Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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,,,. T KE VECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE d1 ' OWARD TABLE OF COZVTENTJ' ORGANIZATIONS 4 . , H ' ,A-arf' I-f-""' f I -s. ,Jas "eg-gf-. -pry:-1 JL" 273 ' I N 5 A..,,.Ax . A,g Fil .,,,....s1FF' V .,,,,y,,f5',f,',YJ,1 .-.,.., L- x . ,., 4 l F Q.. if of 'H iff , .:,::f ,ITE X QT f ,V 4. 5 1 "'l,f! J, ' 9' if ..,-, "R: '1'1!.?.'- '. -gf Tb, v 1- ' Y . s 9' Q ' N., , K HEX l x w A ...rg - ' ZW: n T2-gif: K ,,' wiffzszzsz nf, lllblbhll M no n H4 'f'E?Z,2E2i11Eo: 'gs .QJII-Q. -. 1. .'r""" ,u.",lg ".' .'u'f ,ni ,,l ,Q . n f , 'li ."'s"rE'. ,,lI',. 1lL,,:,. Y. -",,W'g'l, ,E gif ",n'!y1H' 'r I 1: ",'-":vQ- .1211 u ,rv ,-,Jul u:r?v,3.Qp,u.,v 'Z .'.'u'n'u .,-,u,s, I I U ',u',u',w u v ' 91' "- , . .' -'- . ..,.w,K ."'u rv' 1 , ' ,j:.f. 2'-11-I ..,:..,:. ., -. ., - , H4 giigi., EDICAT ION vote of the DARDA staff Mr. Costa was selected as year's recipient of the DARDA dedication. Trevecca been very fortunate to have kept Mr. Costa on the for the past thirteen years. He received his A.B. from Trevecca Nazarene College, M.A. in from George Peabody College, and is currently on his Ed.S. His dedication and faithfulness to school, to the students and, most important, to God been unwavering and steadfast. The zest for life, energy, the personal attention to his students his sincere concern for others express what the hun- of students who have sat under his teaching have red. During his stay at Trevecca, Professor has epitomized our school moto: "To Be Rather To Seem." It is with great honor and respect that dedicate this 1969 DARDA to Professor Ierry Costa. TN we ,' - ,, .- . if . xi' :il -.:.- 5 A' 4455" XXX X X C75 x X,.zf,X, X X '54 .QQ X ., . X -R XX "5 Xf ,MX X M' W 'XX "' 3' X X XX XX . V 'YT A "' XA X-X -fb, X -f", I 5 ,f'f"" 4-" 5 Syl V fini' X ' Y "N X-. X,-'Y " -'N .X-if-"' 'x. ' 1 ' 1 V, X N' X, 's . X X X X -X X - XX XX X .X '.fXXXXX X ' XXX? X X- .-XX., -X X- X X ' ' -f ' N M ' q"' X' ' XX'2X'X . 'J' ' ' X . - ' X' ' --'11'X - XXXX . 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HJ TX , N M. f lgl 5 L llfiii ,f , , W- M "H '-'-ff,,-tsl-,uw H ssiisizgsf' ff P'1',,.. 1 . M if M' Q W mm, 3 wswisw i, 13 mms- :-: gives, N., M si g ,Q M i1i "M,-l ue' 'R 'L S XS? E515 The events highlighting the year's social calendar pro- vided the student of Trevecca Nazarene College with pleasureable entertainment. The Trevecca Artist Series and the Festival of Ideas constituted an excellent outlet for intellectual pursuits, while the Valentine Pageant and the class banquets added glamour to the years ac- tivities. These social events have broadened Trevecca's students to a social prominence that matches moun- tains. THROUGH CULT ENRICLUILIE THROUGH .YPIRI T UAL DEDICA T ION Trevecca Nazarene College has a religious tradition as old as the college itself. This tradition constitutes the central axis upon which the college revolves. To provide a Christian education is the main purpose of Trevecca. For over a half-century Trevecca has func- tioned as a holiness college, providing the church with the finest religious workers in the realm of Christian service. The Trevecca Missionary Fellowship has pro- vided inspiration for aspiring missionaries and evoked interest in mission work. The Christian Workers Associa- tion has spread its influence across the city through its various organizations. Education and business graduates are in demand in the city of Nashville because of their high moral and ethical standards. Indeed, Trevecca builds men to match spiritual mountains. rl A 41 31 ww ,A fm.. 'A ' ." ', 'W . M ' ,,., 1,15-'U XQ ,mf 1f' 'jd VW Hqsmlwv ,, 1. 5- 1 1h ., QM W 12, . f Q4 W 'Q 7' 21. WW 1 14, ' 'WWTWE W1-W1 Wt, , ' " Q-114 - Q :x-.,y,y 9 ,N v, ' " h . 4 y- ' 5' mr, 1 A if 1 , Wiz., Q -,,N 1 v ..4.-J. . JAY, 0'---W m ' 1 w y M1 w4,ww4f 1' ,, qw, ,111 - 'M 11 J 1 , 1- QJW wiv W uw v4.11-M . E! A 1 W9 di""'M.' .i fi.. '- " 'gA'7"l'Qf- I wi , '1 11 5 ' ,W . 1,1 1. 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' ' ' " nf , , 4 , J - f ' -.V A ' -ai' ,. 3' fF fig , , ' ' . -fi' , , 1 W. -.Mx V t -, ' xv? L, . ,nv f:.f.,1j3v,m xxxx ,haf V Y ..-.-W4 ,,-.- --S-1--. Q Q4 1 m THROUGH DISCIPLUVEI5' OF KIVOVVZQEDG-E Trevecca Nazarene College exists to provide quality education in the liberal arts for students desiring this kind of curriculum in an environment conducive to vital Christianity. Its aim is to promote an environment for development of intellectual competency. Through care- ful selection of faculty members, our students study un- der some of the best minds known in academic circles. Accepted both far and near, Trevecca graduates have made reputations of honor in further educational pur- suits and have developed outstanding success and ef- ficiency in their chosen occupations. From the entrance as a freshman to the departure after graduation, Tre- vecca's students have unmeasured opportunities for gaining knowledge and developing creative minds. Al- ways it can be said that men and women are trained here to reach mountains of academic excellence. THROUGH MOTION AND PARTICIPATION The new gym with its olympic-sized swimming pool, hand ball courts, and basketball court has been an out- standing addition to the sports program at Trevecca. Featuring both intramural and intercollegiate activities, the athletic department has received enthusiastic players and spectators. The intercollegiate games proved to be exciting and the enthusiasm of Trojan fans has presented an unprecedented display of school spirit. A further purpose of the college is to provide moments for physi- cal activity and thus build men to match physical moun- tains. --vu-sv-.Q.,.., 1 f , f -N 213: 25 'j' , ef 'f-.- ff ' H a A ,lean 'Q ' ti' '?Q5ff'3" "" 'ii-r 4 X f - -w -ag' 5,19 1- . 4. --, bf -"'iQf'+g' " Sv -1 A5 'Ulf 'P -'f' I av ".., - :ff . , . M ibm " . . L' f wil .' K - . 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X - '1 1 ' r 'bw:6"-awww: nz 1 -V' - .- ,Jf 4, , www , A MW ,lm I f 1 ' 'xx ' C ,, 1 -x X v ,l ,AJ 1 N F lr 'M ff .-H dai 1 HR OUGH ORDER AND PERSPEC T IVE Participation is a key word for Trevecca students. hey continue to prove themselves through their partici- ation in college-oriented organizations. Every student, o matter what his interests, can End a society, club or roup in which to serve. A wide range of activities have een initiated by our service and academic clubs which ave benefited the college, its students, and the sur- ounding community. Through these activities Trevecca tudents have received realistic pictures of others' needs nd of their own responsibilities and opportunities for ervice. They also End that through working with others, ey receive invaluable knowledge and experiences. Dormitory living, cafeteria food, and extracurricular activities all come together to compose the basic ele- ments of student life. VVhether the student lives in Tid- well or Tennessee, Georgia or Mckayg whether he finds enjoyment shopping downtown or visiting Nashvillem show placesg whether he enjoys bowling or ice hockey every student finds enjoyment in personal associatio and moments of relaxation. So much of an individuals-3 social life determines his views and outlooks. E Q ences are enjoyed and horizons are broadened. We that growth takes place and lives are molded at game board, in the reception hall, with friends and quaintancesg our aim is- that this growth will de men and women of social grace equal to moi heights. THROUGH PERSONAL EVTERACTIOJVS aww 1. fl vw, -' A f ,r' 'f,, li AX, f . J' 3f if V, 25 'A' ,fu X14 X, 1 A , NWWVW ' , W 4? if lx I 'f' 1 ri -1. 4 ' . u I , r ig- , . ... 1 5'-5' ff . r-. R-fix HQ ng 'AH -nr.. 1--r ,QE 'fv' O' F I L 'hfH,7g,'-"f':,1 are' - Hi. . . - A' gl- 11 4 4 I , ,,f A Nj.-V , -. x ' Q A '- " '1 . lv 1... V ,N ' V 1 1, 'U , , J , , ,,' .V 4 QA 1: 1 I A., Y ,, - 1-'likf' - . . 4. f A . U 1, ,. B. .ww .. 'KP' i W " " ' " "IWW E QW .M N ,Z 3 ' Q' Q WE? H.- ,M MN ' ,www , ' I, M V M- , W .K ww' W ,. 9 .. ' 4 ww X .1 'ix a I r-' in EE. at 9 + I -in mi,-. W . :T ,:ft'.:.f,fJfQ ' I 1 "Sun , J, , J, ,, x fm MMM. ,, WWW ' A r W 1 r i IFIEMI' Es , . Q- r N , W L 1 3 . Y , x I SECTION EDITGR Wanda Testerman 'R Y . V , ' 4 , X . W M . , W1 Y . , 7.1 College life is not purely academic. To form a wholesome, well-rounded indi- vidual, college life provides a spectrum of cultural life as well. Our lives are enriched, not only in a classroom, but also through the expression of a musi- cianls touch, the profound thoughts of accomplished men, and social interac- tion. all F K A I b La - 1.,uA ., l g'.'Y,.z- X 'X +5 'C-5s.f5'?'-Hi '- 1.:,t l 6 Him.. 'T'-.: J.,-I ,. - .init W- ig, .A ' 4 A l Q ., V , ' I A Y W . .. up .- A .I 94 l ' ' , ed Q. 1. 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In selecting candidates, campus nominating committees are instructed to choose those students whose academic stand- ing, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular ac- tivities, and future potential are decidedly above average. MARSHA BRIDGES Music Education Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bridges, Marsha comes from Ocala, Florida. She serves as DARDA business manager and was a youth missionary assistant in Guatemala during the summer of 1968. HW! HHN Y " H H H . , f H, vi . f ,fi 'W' s p .. 5:1 Hu H , f H in H H - M . E " QQEZSSER, in :Emil V1 H 'H ,iz ' is :Hee ' 2125. 1' u ',:- irish. "' 'Q it ' ll Q Q. in Eg 2-ig, j I wx, , Y qv" , - Y , m ww 7 W 'wr ..., ,n w - 4- - :-- . , , wif' I - X B. 1 l H G' R ,. ,.,:, , I av., w , ,. was ng.- .:.,.:,,2E.. ,. . x N :.:.:. ?.: , g m W 5 2'fU , zz M EL ml uw A.W,A.W,A.W,gzifii43zsx W, Q Sil r x .sm-,,,:'1 s ff, mfz 'X .kf:sk,UE"7l?xZv! - ,mmf md, f ' Er' '.,f f ,fiz Q. w 1 'in ,749 .vt .31 - S n ggesisasisasisesisfg, We av- -V N H. LV LINDA FOX English Serving as a youth assistant rnissionaiy in Nicaragua during the summer of 1968, Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. john Fox, comes from Victoria, Virginia. . ,f- .,-,. 4- v : ll "5 WI... '. if, --4' ' f Q t l h:::': W M - ,l . X , '. Ulf - . ' - ilu A W 111: iw A., ' - , MACON DEW History From Burlington, North Carolina, Macon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Dew Sr. He is serving during his senior year as President of the Circle K Club. DIANNE ENDERS Music Education Dianne has traveled with trios and other musi- cal groups during the school years and the summer months representing Trevecca. From St. Louis, Missouri her parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Enders. " fi, LARRY ABBOTT Religion Married to Elizabeth Savage Abbott, Larry serves well as Trevecca Missionary Fellowship president. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Abbott from Guys Mill, Pennsylvania. ESTHER COSTA Education Editor of the DARDA, Esther spent the sum- mer of 1968 in Guatemala as a youth missionary assistant. Her parents are Prof. and Mrs. jerry Costa of Nashville, Tennessee. l ,-. "9'1an-." xf':-.-.f :"""""5 - for 1 '-J.. I r. lg, 511 'f f- 3 1 DAVID DEESE Speech Station manager of Trevecca's WNAZ Radio, David comes from jacksonville, Florida and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deese. Wedding bells rang for him and Susie during the summer of 1968. Q Q 7. qw, H Q ,, aegis, u A gr E S 4 mu V Q N ' ,...: - . V " XT ' YF i R QQ, , OR ZllAR.YILf1LL5' Graduation Ceremonies 1968 One of Trevecca's highest academic awards is given to the boy and to the girl with the highest grade point averages .in the Junior class. To them is given the honor of leading the graduation procession on Commencement Day. The recipients of the 1968 award were Leon Dodson and Linda Fox. Linda Fox Leon Dodson " -' k - Q 551 ',4ur- 'EW Nd 'Fra 1 H ' , lp Leon and Linda lead the seniors toward their desired goal. 33 A M, are 2' rl Z,-all ro if fa-Mu ui N get ga ,, 1 sk.. 3 . i 4 :-: :L W Jian 3-v ,Q W rf. as L. 9' 1 rx ,ga W ggvimwia 'M - 1 .s ' 5 V .,-. ,'.-- D by , Y FACULTY RE ITAL An unusual treat for the Trevecca audience was the faculty recital given on February 28. Ioining forces to make the event a memorable occasion, Miss McClain, Dr. Aebischer, Mr. VanH0ok and Mr. Mund rendered selections of skill and appeal. 'fri f fi gi 1 ya' I fn- Vi 4 ' M' ,..,M MA,v,L,,,, :sm-H 1 1: 11,1 wo: 1 1 x MQW. M . -- gf M L' 5 ,.. S3 A HL ' ysffsgfzii , X .zlfsinlfw " . .2 . M , Q vriijir - x 1 2 -if 7 , ,x., ,Tv 5.5 ..k. V I , 2 .,.,, .MV ,w ,S 1 srmm ,LPs :bf':3"' K HH, .aff-1? f: fi-1 1: 1 aw' Haha' i5f'1V 'f f H : 'si u ' E '41 . 9 U1 I 4, 98516 W E if 4521 2-51-X ii, H E, a JL s 1 1 2 TREVECCA AR TIST LSERIEY 1 ,,-- --4' .r-fww " H it aw1fxwr :raw mgiv A joint effort between the Student Council and the Lyceum Committee, the Trevecca Artist Series provides cultural entertainment and enrichment for Trevecca's students. The 1969 school year provided outstanding musicians who brought unusual delight to the listeners. Accomplishment and skill marked the entertainers as outstanding virtuosos. 36 An extraordinary performance by the Orchestra da Camera was the Hrst Trevecca Artist Series for the year. From Europe for their first tour in the United States, the performers proved to be exceptional artists. This performance of "Grotesco" required skill in modern music. ig, ' . E 1 Yxzz y 5 .. ill i i Y t ge ,V 1-1-me Dean Wilder delights his audience with songs of German rom- ance. Ovid Young's performance depicted the flight of butter- Hies. Robert Hale's rich renditions created an evening of enjoyable entertainment Gerald Goodman, Harpist .fn fx 'Sign fa A 35 H . M. ' xii-5.:.Z"iEI A RL , . w 'wusx 'tw-,gg 'Wk ' ' 'W His? H ' W, w W A. ..... Q -, , . ..:.. 2 ,. B ' " U '."5js,.-: vi , W W X J? 'gy' im :E:f:EiI5 B M. ., , as Eg 52 M 4 .ev- aw- - N5 Q, , Uli' V .2 V, ' ,J , :-- , 1 +3 2 Qi En if I A., -WM A ,,.....rf.W, ., A-W I 5 , f' +532 A ..2ff,f'fi'Lf -iii, , .. MZ' M, x W -uf x M We Q wus ABNF? wx K ....a, Y! C Au I 4 U 1 H E1 'anim ww l ,ui n F :W i' adj 3? -... Marsha Bridges, Pianist David Liles Tenor Bill Wells, Pianist ,mv 5 Dianne Enders, Pianist 1 RECI T ALS' A requirement for all music majors 1S a Semor Recital before graduation Performing VV1l1l1 exceptional skill and polish, these live recitalists brought evenings of cul tural enjoyment and enterta1nment to their audience Each of the performers is unusually talented and much success is anticipated for them Christine Speer, Soprano ffwgn 7 " Y ,R 4 . gl 1: 5, 22515234 5. Eg V af? Wi ,4. .--, I , 1 H? .U . mm fl MW. rt. V- LW QQ ik. A, 4' 1 gf-K '- f N ' 'Q"Ef ' ' ::'55:'f .5f ' ' ::za::I.Iw Vw , . M , .. 3 W Y 45, 7, fi F"'j15x:5Spf- - 1 . X -NW ,Q H Wrgfgr , 1 "WWW N .3 .4 , I I. ax' ' YMTA . 5 , . 57 wwf- -14 ' 1 1 , 7- 4--ww S tr 3' - ,y ' H Aki g ,df r ,.:.:.: , ,. , fm' . Qc: K , 4- x www , , 3 3 fx .Xb wk in .in .X A. 5 v. wi- k, X Wg . ,,- . ' r f s X K I 1 N k K Y- V 'iii N Y V, X " ' ,.y,. K ry ' F ,, 'axlxx - . 1 . xy E f" ' ' x ' 1 " N I, V Al "r ilu "1f - - ,,f.'- h, . 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' ea TREVECCA5' FESTIVAL Organizing in the Fall Leadership Conference of 1967, the "Festival of Ideas" is a series of speakers sponsored by the student body, who relate their chosen fields to a given topic. Controversy is not the purpose of the "F es- tival", however, each speaker might be controversial in his field. This yearis topic, "The Afiluent Societyf, is taken from the well-known book of the same title by Charles Davis, who was in charge of the Festival of Ideas, enjoyed a week in Washington, D.C., with other history majors. SCEZVELS' Dr. john Kenneth Galbraith. The speakers related to u the relationship of education, science, religion and po tics to our society. The names Brameld, Sayers, Wilfon Marston, and Gore all have their place in the history Trevecca as thought-provoking speakers. Thus the r sult of this successful "Festival" was many diverse idea Bishop L. R. Marston, Free Methodist Church. Dr. Theodore Brameld of Boston Univer- sity. 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'I' ' Enemy? nj! .K ggalm 0 1 68 JUNIOR-SENIOR AJV UET The Junior Class of A Trevecca Nazarene College Presents wa Zend? f gt quam M in The Iris Room atop Cain-Sloan 1 May eighteen Nineteen hundred sixty-eight Teresa Johnson and Marcia Powell serve as Sophomore hostesses at the Iunior Senior Banquet. X na 3 Ez 0 1 g Sify W..-v .iii -l Dan and P ment." VB' are--, L:,. fi ris enter the lris Room for an "Evening of Southem Enchant 11 A. A. BANQUET The Trevecca Athletic Association is the largest most active organization on campus. At the end of s school year the T.A.A. sponsors an athletic banquet honor the outstanding athletes and to present av Carroll Dale, star Hanker for the Green Bay Packers the honored guest of last year's banquet. Carrol Dale presents Society of the Year Award to Pooch Davis and jane Cranshaw. Bill Wade of the Chicago Bears intro- duces Carrol Dale. ,V-v if I' 'D . ll I hi F I .....,. --,.,,..,..x X N , gl 4-35.5 fi 1. , . v 1 1. X t , gt I ll Mr. Heaberlin, Carrol Dale, and John Stark pose for pictures at the T.A.A. Banquet. 46 Moore brings greetings at the Hawaiian Luau. In the glow of candlelight Charlotte and Larry enjoy the un- usual at the cafeteria buffet. Dr. Dorothy Brown, speaker. T ILf1NK.fGI VYNG Amidst the strains of Hawaiian guitars, the Senior class presented the Thanksgiving Banquet at Bavenwood Country Club. Colorful lei and a typical menu helped to transport the guests into the "Aloha" land. Treveccais own cafeteria was magically transformed for the carn- pus Thanksgiving-Christmas dinner. We applaud the cafeteria management and workers for the delicious buf- fet dinner. Dr. 61 Mrs. Moore anticipate a meal of Cornish game hen. ,x Y4,,,,.f -- nl- 1 VALE INE BANQUET There is a tree in the forest, A tree that will give you a sign. Come along with me to the Sweetheart Tree. Come and carve your name next to mine. 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X119 t ' ,.- . x x x x x Mx-, x X x ,-X. x VALENTINE QUEEN 1968 MISS SARA DEASON Crowned Valentine Queen at the 1968 Valentine Pageant, Sara reigned royally at the Valentine Banquet. After walking the ramp as retiring Sweetheart of the Year at the 1969 Valentine Pageant, she graciously crowned the new queen, Miss Sarah Morrow. Mr. Howard Wall congratulates Sara at the 1968 Valentine Ban- quet. ,vs x 1 wma, ,f - 1 - H, ,u'3v??i3e it 50 VALENTJNE QUEEN MISS SARAH MORROW With her exceptional portrayal of joan of Arc, Sarah captivated her audience and gained the votes the judges, winning the coveted title of Valentine 1969. Received with a standing ovation, she graciously at the Valentine Banquet. ilinulv gnu-nh wnllzc flux rnmn nfhar hnincr nrnwnnrl S , M' 17 rah is a happy school girl, too. 6' f , S ,ci 6-it 'es '0 -5' ,,.,'l!0 I' -air ku-an . Hd 'Q QS -.-.pi .gd !?i,H,,E,,K , gi FIRST R R-UP MISS DIANA HOLLIMAN Sophomore vi-iv" - s.Q, Q v . Q Xe - lf! '1 Q .pn-'P 2-I re. ks . Q ? 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H r ,.X.f, x CARMEL ROBINSON Freshman DIANNE ENDEBS Senior V V1 -Q'- WANDA TESTERMAN junior 1: . ig-37? 1 X 0 1 En W 4, lxx E 1 , Y ,g 1 sw 1 ,Q 5 o , I .gl V U: , nf- fw li 5 fb f F3 -fQLT'?"y if Q .:W CHARLOTTE TROGDON Sophomore TERESA JOHNSON junior 54 fm w 13.4 S I JRQIEILCC I f NI SECTION 'EDITOR Io!-IN Tsmn -'sf . fa. l- f -5 2 1 J 1 ' ' YV. 1 -' ' , 'f K.. I , Y, . I .V xx V' . " ,X xx 9 '- . . 1. 4--, ,A I. r .. ' . f- ' ' -I A R 'A ' . .A - I li -wit I , in F Z -1 v y ,Q f- I . . I 'rn , ,. in 1 riff- 4 '- --....L-,,,.-.- L- . Y .Q . - ,,-1, F ,L "-gl" 1 '-A .' , -...- A'.l?,.n 'ki-Alf' '-f P: '. lx.--f ,A v """ """""' """: 55 1- V "Viv, ' I ' 4-3' -.I : 'EL-g I ' '- -was 5 . ---:EP - -L ' rw L' il . ., 'I M V . 56 Finding spixitual satisfaction is a necessary part of college years. We have questions of a religious nature. Through prayer, the Word, reasonings, and Wise words from God's men we End our questions resolved and give faith a place within our lives. 17" Pais fev ' ' ,, fe- at W yilfxjseyyagsf W I , . 11 .5 J""1 F ' W 7'--. f'0,,-41, M - Y I. -f"' 1,.....,-.H fl -swqffr . C,-rf ' V J v-, -k x 1? 46 QT z4L 4' - Aw Q W' A I 5' EL Qgij ?-. 13QwE Nxx' .111 Q1 7 11 , 1 :gg ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,,,f 13111111 11 111 1 1 11 1 11 E :-,1 A- v1A-: 11 ,1, H ig- 11M m1 1 EAWM 1 1 1 1 1 11 'ff M E 111 1 1 11 ' 11 ef.,-,-gf, ,Vg ',1111,1, QP '111' 1111 ' M A ---ff 1. V , LW, ' ' H525-2' 5 ' "'1'5f'W' " gg 3 A 111 'H' 1 "'H111H H111 , . 111111 1 '111I11fN " xm'f 1 1 1 1 x 1-1 1 11 111111 1 5 Q 1 11 11 5:15-if 1 ' ' 1 1 n 111 1: , S115 i Rev. Dcnzil Huff, Robert Hale and Dean Wilder cooperate in bringing an unlifting service. CILLIPEL VVhat makes Trevecca distinct from any other liberal arts college? To End the answer to this question one can turn to McClurkan Auditorium at 10:00 a.m. It is at this time that the student body and faculty retire to the chapel for a few minutes to pay tribute to Cod for His abundant blessings which He has so richly given us. 3 Prayer time around the altar brings spiritual renewal 60 'rig J, , K .,. ,gn 1 'l"'9v .5 f ' r RELIGIOUS ORGAJVIZA T10 JEREMIAH I5 2 And it shall come to pass, if they say unto thee, Whither shall wc go forth? then thou shalt tell them. Thus saith the Lonu: U Such as are for death, to death: and such as are for the sword to the sword: and such a Ezvk. 5. I Zach. ll. 9 I Or. I VIII enum: Use n mv as are' for the famine, to thelhgllaf 4 6 famine: and such as are for' ' ' ' the captivity. to the captivity. And lwlll Ca oint over them 3 PD four 'kinds, saith the LORD: the sword to slay. and the dogs to tear, and 'fthe fowls of the. heaven, and the beasts of the earth, to devour and destroy. 4 And 'I will cause them to be lremoved into all kingdoms of 1 the earth, because of Ma-niisi seh the son of Hez-e-kiiah king of Judah, for that which he did in Jerusalem. 5 For who shall have pity upon thee. O Jerusalem ? or who shall , bemoan thee? or who shall go aside 'to ask how thou doest? 6"'Thouhastforsakenme,salth the Lonn, thou art vgone back- ward: therefore will I stretch out my hand against thee. and demroy thceg fl am weary with repcntlng. 7 And l will fan them with a fan in the gates of the land: I will bereave them of 'childrem I will destroy my people. since they return not from their ways. 8 Their widows are increased to me above the sand of the seas: I have brought.upon,them Fagalnst the mother of the young men a spoiler at noon- -day: I have caused him to'l'all upon lt suddenly, and terrors upon the city. 9 XShe that hath borne seven languisheth: she hath glven up the ghost: ther sun is gone down while it was yet day: she hath been ashamed and confounded: and the residue of them will l deliver to the sword before their enemies, saith the Loan. I0 ill CWoe is me, my mother. that thou hast borne me a man of strife and a man of conten- tion to the whole earth! I have neither lent on usury, nor men 856 5 'gk ,L if .l.,n'i.Eft ans.. .: l tJohS.1 r Lrv. 25. ll! 2 llcb. I-lmlllrs ll Dltul. 28 20 , : Ps. -ll. 12 J Nell. I will gn: thrnfar u 1 vw ' 1 i..f...'Ss. lo If CII, 15. 13 Ihl Kl.24,Zl.4 I Deal. 39. 92 xkdx. 12.3 i:cn.eo.u -I Heb. In Mk I nfmy gym! imch. B. L3 l 4 gpass with thine enemies :lima Gland which thou knowest not: Jerevrmrlfs lhavc lent to me on every one of them mc. II The Loan said, shall bc well with thy ,verily 'I wlll cause Uthe enemy 5 to entreat thee well in the time inf evil and in the time of amz. 1 NOR. 1 I2 Shall iron break the north. ern iron and the steel? I3 Thy substance and thy treasures will I give to the 'spoil without price. and Ulm for all thy sins, even in all my hordcrs. I And I will make tha in ang r, which shall burn upon for a 'fire is kindled in mine c you LORD, nl'S.60.7 uU'l.7.2l dm. 10,11 sat not in the assembly mockers, norrejoicedgl because of thy hand: hast filled me with in. Loan I bring thee shalt Hstaud me btnke YR JEREMIAH 16 the brldegroom, and the voice of the bride. I0 lil And it shall come to pass, when thou shalt shew this people all these words, and they shall say unto thee, 'Wherefore hath the LoRD pronounced all this great. evil against us? or what is our iniquity? or what ls our sin that we have com- mitted against the Loan our God ? II Then shalt thou say unto them. UBecause your fathers have forsaken me, saith the LORD, and have walked after other gods, and have served them. and have worshipped them. and have forsaken me, and have not kept my law: I2 And ye have done dworse than your fathers: for, behold, fye walk every one after the 'imagination of his evil heart, xt they may not hearken unto 13 "Therefore will I cast you out of thisland kinto a land that ye know not, neither ye nor your fathers: and there shall ye serve other godsday and night g where I will not shew you favour. I4 CII Therefore, behold. the mdays come. saith the Loan, that it shall no more be said, The Loan llveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt: 15 But, The Loran llveth, that brought up the children of Israel from theiland of the north, and fromalilitlle lands whither he had driven them: and GI will bring them again into their land that l gave unto their fathers. I6 Ill Behold, 1 will send for many flishers, saith the Loan, and they shall fish themg and after wxll I send for many hunt- ers. andfthey shall hunt them from every mountain. andfrnrn every hill, and out of the of the rocks. 17 Forlmine 'eyes are upon all their ways: they are not hid from my face, neither ls their lnlqulty hid from mine eyes. I8 And first l will recompense Larry Abbott Randell Beasley Charles Benton William Boes Margurite Bowdoin Eugene Boyett Joe Bullock Bobby Burge Ierry Bush Louie Bustle Bill Chambers joseph Chapman Dick Clifton Stanley Collier Larry Dennis David Denser Wallace Dom james Darsey Don Dunlap Terri Eaton Earl Gill Emest Hinson Kathy Hughes Tom Hyde J. W. Johnson Richard Jordon Darrell Kroeze James Lanham Emest Lewis Donald Love Ted Lovelace Steve Mays Steve McWilliams Elaine Meredith Kerry Mills Tom Morgan Max Murphy Stephen Niece Roger Parlin Allan Parker Leroy Pepper Chip Rudin Ronald Shingleton Mike Smith Larry Spraker Iohn Staples Cary Stephens Ralph Sullivan Richard Taylor John Teter John Todd Charles Wallace Randy Waller Michael Whitely Don Williams Bob Winger Dwight Wiser Sammy Wood Larry Abbott Janet Beals 'I' im Bess Kay Bloodworth Margurite Bowdoin Joy Brown Joe Bullock Bobby Burge Jerry Bush Louie Bustle Bill Chambers Merle Clements Sally Cole Stanley Collier Melclora Carrico Glenda Cox Brenda Cromwell Dwight Denegley Wallace Dom James Darsey Betty Evans Norbert Fischer Pat Fischer Julia George Karen Green Janet Hall Carolyn Hill James Hicks Emest Hinson Kathy Hughes Clara Kellison Frances Kilgo Darrell Kroeze Teresa Lindsley Cynthia Lowery Steve Mays Geraldine Mills Joyce Mallow Joyce Morgan Byron Osborne Mary Osbome Lucy Ott we gf -67 Roger Parlin Faith Raisch Ruth Ramey Betti Iiatliff Edith Reece Pgichard Reynolds Marie Rhoden Chip Budin Linda Sartin Pam Schmidt Ronald Shingleton Lydia Sheridan Darlene Smith Peggy Smith Dana Soles Rita Thaxton John Todd Linda Walker Linda White Bob Winger Mardelle Young The missionaries pose at the breakfast given by the Missionary Fellowship. 65 DR. HOWARD IN GODS' JUAN "Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lordg and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water that bringeth forth his fruit in his seasong his leaf also shall not wither and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper." Psalms 1:1-3 Such a man as this is Dr. Hamling A man who knows the value of both laughter and prayerg A man who strives to live in perfect tune with God's willg A man whose messages stirred and challenged us to seek God's will more ferventlyg A man whose concern for souls shines forth in all he doesg Our prayer is that all of Treveccais students will show the spirit of dedication and love that Dr. Hamlin has exemplified to us. 66 HRLVT' LN WORKERS ASSOCIATION eft to right: Tom Morgan, Presidentg Wallace Dom, ice-Presidentg Frances Kilgo, Secretaryg James Hicks, reasurerg Larry Abbott, Visitation Chaimiang Jerry ish, F0u0W'uP Chairman? Marsha Bridges, Social Margurite reads a familiar passage for attentive listaners arrman and Joe receive their reward in Christian service. One of T.N.C.'s main goals is to prepare her students to spread the Gospel message in the everyday world. Opportunity for this is given through the work of the C.W.A. groups. The many experiences gained in these groups will be meaningful both now and in the future for all who take part, and better! prepare them to take the message wherever they go. In this way our light of witness remains bright. P 68 l f PILIE SECTION EDITGRS PEGGY QUARLES LINDA Fox MARGARFH MILBURN MARY FRANCIS HAND Ronnm CAREER -, , , . 0 ' -5. w 1 ' L ',. I..- 5 A f W ,X 'Ny' '- : nv, I' ,- ' .I-.wt-'H'-.' V L11 ' ' I ,,l ' ., ' ' Q"w,', F1--v --- .-I Lv?-, 69' We come from far and near in conquest of truth. The goals which we must achieve are put before us as a stairway of knowledge. Sometimes we want to stop and look back, but always behind us is the challenge of our very being. Although we do fall and stumble, we cannot fail, we do not fail if we give our best. To you Trevecca we pledge, we giveg from you Trevecca we gain our all. -or I V , .5-.tv 45 J 1, .f ,so ti as Ll, I 1 A? Q, 151, .V r Q. ,JU 4 TH duh' "iff 1-fm ' ns-M-' -fm d, I? t D 1 A" 1 1 ' I rw v 3' r .r K H x i Vw a ' N -, X X nr, if ,A l,- . V-. 1, Q . H11 H .pi -LV Q' , ,guffj-..,f -- "--,,JJiaf.- 4.1 if? wi- -Li' K I5 ,.. g xx". .15 ' , 2, 2' ' '1-,"'.7'-nz' v 37 lvl Eg . I , 4- A" M. lifvg, Bi . "1 , .F Q, 1 . 4 f 'lg 4. I 3 M ', f '. -. -, . 11 f 5' f' ' 4 I ' 'ff '-if xl f X ' IA' ' ' ' 1 T" , UL '5' :r l -, .'.w' - -5 H TQ Q- wi.. v J W.- flip . 4 4,- lf: r ug-v A 'H v . +1 'L . ,Ay in' . I , . Uv f v r- ,' ff" xv. F "1-"X , if. 3 A J.- .ng '- Eff " . x 7 'fa' En' L4- 9. if K . 1 .--1 ,. " xflifi ' 1' .- "1-,""1'5g..f-WHS' " ' ' .nz ' gf' 11. W... x I I 7 5 I - FT . A :L 3- XF f ' E n 1 v L : . ' , 5,3 .. ., f 3 , y- V 1 1 ' f' ..f 1 I s K Al .fl y --47 R , 3 A QE rf.-. "ii-"" gf gg fg!L::" gil ,. 5 ,d ,U -'L - sh ,-,., E. D 4' ii! I il 1 .f 3? 2 aj Lf Q 3 I Ax I 1 " .' A . ' ' , V1 4 , 'iw .V A 4' -' '. ,Ne if 1'- , If D 'TQ .' 4-: . 2 ,. .. y - 2 ' , 2 Q A- if . '-1 2 , . Us b 1, 4A.,.. , K f X I V 1 Q I wi., Y 'H 5 s., f 'L 4 .sg ' , X X, . K fi, N ,fm ml , 1 X 1 Y if in: ' 1 ,-...A-' f L- 4 lg 1 -n-- 1 aww? 'Af , 1 . 4 M E I 4 E - iq --ff ,, " 3 53" -.ui 53 3 E 5 . LSL 3 Mm -. K L' 2. X W A WV fx .. , 1Qsfewf,J - ww 5: - -,,1fg1fW:r4m:4ffgigf 1.Q'fiN:. i KNEW EQ: 12, . :SZ eg Q 1. I 95: 5 wx ' ' Bfftiw 1 Dr. Moore tells of his adventures as a big-game hunter. Dr. Moore enjoys browsing through the 1.968 DARDA. S 5 'ij ' 5 W .1 5.121 5 f el-A H, M Dr. and Mrs. Moore entertain visitors at home. Mrs. Moore shows her collection of Christmas plates 75 BOARD OF TR USTEE3' Alabama: Rev. Reeford L. Chaney, Rev. Lee Davis, Mr. Ralph Marlowe, Mr. I. W. Spiva. East Tennessee: Rev. Victor E. Gray, Rev. John Andrus, Mr. Oscar VVheaton. Florida: Dr. A. Milton Smith, Rev. C. B. Nixon, Mr. Frank Scott, Mr. Samuel P. Vann. Georgia: Dr. Mack Anderson, Mr. J. G. Foskey, Rev. Bruce B. Hall, Dr. W. E. McCumber. Kentucky: Dr. Dallas Baggett, Dr. Robert Allen, Rev. Oliver C. Huff, Mr. Richard Thompson. Mis- sissippi: Rev. W. M. Lynch, Mr. I. C. Tousley. North Carolina: Rev. T. C. Sanders, Ir., Mr. Odie Page, Rev. Dennis Wyrick. South Carolina: Dr. Otto Stucki, Mr. J. S. Lee, Rev. Carl C. Pratt. Ten- nessee: Dr. C. E. Shumake, Mr. John T. Benson, Mr. Leon 1 Dr. T. E. Martin. Alumni Representatives: Rev. Claude W. loway, Mr. Lloyd Griffin. g. SHJTZUN " H, H "H " ' i il' WL .. R MOORE, AB , Th.B , M.A., D.D., Presi- Hobby: Big-Came Hunting. STANTON P. PARRY, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Dean of Instruction, Hobby: American History. IUDITH ELAINE PAYNE, B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D., Acting Business Manager, Hobbies: Sports 6: Sew- ing. ADJWINIST RA T ION E. DRELL ALLEN, Th.B., B.D., Dean of Student Life, Hobbies: Golf 8: Reading. A. B. MACKEY, A.B., M.A. D.D., President Emeritus, Hob by: Economics. ADRIAN JONES, Control- ler, Hobby: Camping. HOWARD T. WALL, A.B., B.D., Director, of Alumni Aifajrs Ez Student Aid, Hob- bies: Reading 6: Family. ADMUVISTRA T I ON zxvhw' wifi ' '. QXQQSQ LILA THRASHER MACKEY, A.B., M.A., B.S. in L.S., Librarian, Hobby: Reading. K. W. PHILLIPS, Th.B., B.s., B.D., M.A., Regis- trar, Hobby: Church work. G. LEWIS PENNINGTON, Th.B., A.B., M.A. Ed.D., Director of Teacher Education, Hobby Fishing. ,Y -- - ...,--... -........-uw, rauuuya uulr. DR. OTTO STUCKI, Chairman, Board of Trustees. r AD.M1NIJ'T RAT ION DR. EUGENE STOWE, General Superintendent. MARIE PEERY, A.B., Dean of Women, Hobbies: Music 6: Reading. HUGH RICHARD BAILEY, A.B., M.A., English, Hobbies: Golf 6: Tennis. FACULTY or :x 5:5555 M w CHARLES L. CHILDERS, A.B., B.D., M.A., Ph.D., English, Hobby: Travel. C. T. DUCKETT, A.C.A., A.B., M.A., English, Hobbies: Reading 6: Flowers Br Shrubs. limi- fx sm 1 - 2'-was -' E ' ' 51 14 M.. , . Nm LOIS BLANCHARD EADES, A.B., M.A., English, Hobby: Writing. l f is., Q ' 1 ,iw l ,,.., , ,ii Q' ,ww L5 ' . ll gf , - 'J v.. f ' 1 :- f , - . . ' ...Gif 5" r ' w..ti 1 gm! x ' nge... as A u ii ggi ,Q w V lu. ,- as :lf mf .-1.-. S.. I N, 'iii- I- u-. N. ' -5-2911: f Q' ' .z -A ni: W EM E V W V M V V , 'L gi? fc: W:-2: H fm? -2 zm :Q M-ga 1 ww i, Q M. Q .. .mv f H H ,Q . -, 1 Q misfi. ll H im, ,wit H' GY!- Wdlwzwa' ww .ffwww,xgggggzwu-1 , .SH M. W4 ..,,.. .1 i ug.L,.1 mffif- will igirmw H-"W V l W XYXJE iw i- w- iissfsw H .1 ' 'wseeggflvir' HSM " " ...eff s 1?i3'1H1YH M X ,,...,, J ,,...,.. 5. ? Hwmig fgrvn Wm N ww we: uw wwf iv if.. as Q - V. LM, ,,..... , , iwx M5 ., wo - - - , , . if-. - .. 1 0 ,U ..-:S .EW - .. -nj 5: - " "' ' Tx .Lf ls, van- .- -i,:1f-- r V. k rf ' Y ,. . ' .4 "' Puuilcn Wuulb ., ,mm V i , , - ' LW' " QAM' ... ' ,E .3 ' 'r i-W M ' 7. ,A , Y., xg, ,, -.4 'i"---""T " ':1"' ' EQ ,va su .fwmav -. ,, L 3 , R , W , . " " , r ,. ,lf,'b' A 3, - ml 'a ., .Wm . , "!":mf1-Q , 3 ,W Lwgwf X M 1, . 2 U., fi 1 ,IEW N? 'mm 'A .3 :lk .- ,Lug uv 'ww nl mf M V , w ' "1 m DALE L. SIEVERS, Th.B., A.B., M.A., Spanish, Hobby: Amateur Radio. FACULTY .L DELMER W. AEBISCHER, B.S., M.S., FRED A. MUND, M.S., B.S., Music, Hob- Ed.D., Music, Hobby: Sight-Seeing. by: Music. 87. BARBARA MCCLAIN, A.B., M. Mus., Music, Hobbies: Reading ing 81 Travel. i W 1 CHARLES E. BALDWIN, A.B., Th.B., D L. SPENCER, B,A,, MMU Music, JAMES VAN HOOK, A.B., M.M.E., Mu- B.D., Religion, Hobbies: Photography, :ul I H A S Sports gr Music, sic, Hobbies: Fishing 6: Boating. Model Building 8: Antiques. of" Q-, X-nl' l 'X H. RAY DUNNINC, B.A., B.D., M.A., Re ligion, Hobbies: Hunting 6: Fishing. 5 LOGIC FACULTY JOHN A. KNIGHT, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D., Religion, Hobby: Tennessee Walk- FACULTY ssfamw gg 5 iv I K. W, PHILLIPS, Th.B., B.S., M.A., B.D., Religion, Hobby: Church Work. l WILLIAM I. STRICKLAND, B.A., B.D., MILDRED BANGS WYNKOOP, A.B Ph.D., Religion, Hobby: Sports. Th.B., B.D., M.Sc., Th.D., Religion, Holl w ' ' In ' I I : , Us sw :Zig 'T I ..- .. N. o,,, ,, , . ggzn 3 M gain- M .41-. o,,f fmswfw w , , ,sw w, 11,-,, Q M bies: Hiking 8: Oriental Art. ff yy 2 ,vb-i we nge M Lista-f,f, ' ' sszisswasiiasswwe ., -X I .. 1 1 Q Mwegef M - X 1 ' I M 'ze-1e11ff2?f.mf, w w " sf "'o Wuxi" w H H' U ,X Ni '?q,y2Q'Q'li4E'f9u u u f' " ' " Q' wwmfiwWM" ' W - aww Spf? qiggzweiIWIweiwwIwillNevliwifiifl li I wi iiiliifiwlWWiSIUufhdlgiw ive- W no iv SBU . Lf SSH 'lf Vi N, 192733 if M. 1 ,if .4 ,gs :fx ,Q FACULTY JERRY COSTA, A.B., M.A., Science Hobby: Woodworking. M. DILLARD, B.S., M.A.T., WALTER L. DILLARD, B.S., M.A., JOHN W. DIX, A.B., M.A., Science, Hob- Hobbies: Cooking, Sewing, Bt E.D.D., Science, Hobbies: Gardening, bies: Pets, Swimming 6z Gardening. Traveling. Travel, 6: Photography. 85 A I x , mx-fl A .1 4 X Q 'X STANTON P. PARRY, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Business, Hobby: American History. MADELYN WALL, B.S., M.A., M.Ed., Mathematics, Hobbies: Painting, Music 6: Family. IUDITH ELAINE PAYNE, B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D., Business, Hobbies: Sports 6: Sew- ing. 'CI' CAROLYN KAY COLLIER, B.S., M.A., Business, Hobbies: Reading Br Sewing. FACULTY JOHN L. MOORE, B.S., M.A., Education, GEORGE LEWIS PENNINCTON, Th.B., Hobbies: Reading, Music, 8: Travel. A.B., M.A., Ed.D., Education, Hobby: FACULTY Fishing. WILLIAM P. SLOAN, A.B., M.Ed., Edu- cation, Hobby: Reading. JUDY P. BRITTON, B.A., Librarian, Hob- by: Speech. 5 if W gffggkggigg 3 I ,U WMM: m u Msn . ' I ui ' Qisuifzif FACULTY E. RAY KOHSER, A.B., M.L.S., Librarian Hobbies: Sports, Photography, BONER, B.S., M.A., Physical Edu-V IAMES B. BARNES, A.B., History, Hob- E. EDWIN LeJEUNE, B.A., M.A., His- Hobbies: Athletics. bies: Athletics Bt Music. toxy, Hobbies: Golf 61 Tennis. 89 QE' wg it oi ,H E. DRELL ALLEN, Th.B., B.D., History, Hobbies: Golf 6: Reading. FACULTY ASA SPARKS, A.B., M.A., Sociologyg Hob- bies: Horticulture, Anthropology dz Fishing. 90 ' JUSTINE KNIGHT, B.s., Sociology, Hob bies: Sewing, Cooking 6: Music. STAFF Mae Beaver, Grace Bentley, Frances Fahl, Ernest Gates. Second Row: Ruth Huff, Virginia Iensen Charlotte Maxwell, Don May. Third Row: Novice Morris, Dewey Perry Christine Soyars, Betty Sparks. Fourth Row: Claudia Sullivan, Rufus Sullivan Ruth Sullivan, Cerri Teter. Fifth Row: Stella Jewell, Linda Tordan, Helen Vennum. 1 HEAD RESIDENTS 'E' affix' xsxi MARIE PEERY, Georgia Hall ,Q-' "E'1:wnfm. Q 1-5 V " W1 .,w.,,A::"-.... Nq'-,'-.W Mr- -. . -'-.,, leiumw..--, -.. A -.-...H ls .1 - ' l E- lx WESLEY BENTLEY, Tennessee Hall AMANDA JARRETT, johnson Hall Ss RUTH HUFF, McKay Hall MIKE SEXTON, Tidwell Hall 97. Q Q. I .,,, g - M if 3, -,yy-,fr -5 'zti 7 'Z -V'- '9 V P? , sf? 5242? Q! I if N - M. gif? f ' E511 0 1- , win f .M ,-m..f W Af . V C 7 ? N Jw x W in K W sg' A . 5 5 'L 1 'Di-I f . , A ' a I ,. Ml' , 112, :. ' HW 223 4' ' ,MA "fm , f, Mk :ew '-1 ,4 ff' 9, 'ig finigfq ,N . 15 . Y v 5 ff ASSE! is F 1 ax" . X , 1, , ff g W1 5 ' 55:9 ,rw ,,, - ,fm f fx M H4 3 f. i- E I Yuoifvfz .Q , 9 , 'Q ' fa , . 5 'Q ,r , , rd 9 MGE AQ. 0 Y 'mx J' W- 91 ff Q J- Q, rt six 1 . , X ., ..,., K Z ..,., ,BW v. N .u gk... ' - W v X X, 5? fm X VI., Nusa .4 if wc nl I 1 N, , ,f 9' nw - ,ww f W ,EI ' if any W ,,,.,A mari .,,1 , ,.,, , A , 'Q 1 wg, Q LARRY T. ABBOTT Pennsylvania A.B. RICHARD C. BARNES Florida A.B. ALBERT L. BAYSINGER Kansas B.S. MARSHA BRIDGES Florida B.S. SHARON AKEY West Virginia A.B. VIRGINIA BAWCUM Tennessee B.S. I. FRANKLIN BOSTICK Kentucky A.B. KAY BRIGMAN North Carolina B.S. T HE 1969 SENIOR CLASS STEVEN BRITTON JANET BROWN WILLIAM BRUMFIELD JR. JERRY BUSH South Carolina Tennessee Kentucky Georgia A.B. B.S. B.S. A.B. LOUIE BUSTLE BOBBY CALDWELL JUDY CAMPBELL SUSAN Indiana Alabama Kentucky West Vlfgmla A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. 96 LINDA C-LINE Tennessee A.B. ESTHER COSTA Tennessee A.B. BRENDA CROSS Florida A.B. DAVID DEESE Florida A.B. STANLEY COLLIER Oklahoma A.B. BRENDA CROMWELL Tennessee A.B. SUE ANN DAVIS Georgia B.S. MACON DEW North Carolina A.B. T HE 1969 SENIOR CLASS WALLACE F. DORN BECKY N UTTER DUKE LINDA DUKES FLOYD D. DUNLAII South Carolina West'Virginia Georgia Alabama A.B. B.S. A.B. A.B. LARRY DUNLAP IODELL EDMONDS DIANNE ENDERS BE'I'I'Y EVANS West Virginia Alabama Missouri Georgia A.B. B.S. A.B. B.S. 98 THOMAS FIALA North Carolina A.B. IANICE GRAY Georgia B.S. PATRICIA HARDEN Pennsylvania B.S. BRENDA HARTSFIELD Virginia B.S. LINDA Fox virginia A.B. JEAN HALSEY West Virginia A.B. DELBERT HARPER Virginia A.B. BRENDA HANCOCK HASTINCI Alabama A.B. T HE 1969 SENIOR CLASS' DONALD HASTINGS KAREN HAWKINS PAULA HICKS LONNITA HINES West Virginia Georgia Tennessee Tennessee A.B. A.B. B.S. B.S. JIMMY HODGE MARTA IRIZARRY LINDA RUTLEDGE ISHEE DANIEL JONES Tennessee Florida Alabama Kentucky B.S A B. A.B. A.B. 1 100 VILLIAM KERSTETTER Pennsylvania A.B. N YNN KING est Virginia B.S. ARREL KROEZE Nebraska A.B. AVID LILES Kentucky A.B. ROBERT C. KILLEN Tennessee A.B. CATHERINE KOTESKEY West Virginia B.S. SHELDON LANHAM Kentucky A.B. DANIEL LITTON Maryland B.S. T HE 1969 SENT OR CLASS PRISCILLA LITTON ELAINE LORY LILLIAN LYNCH JAMES McC-UIRF Kentucky Florida Virginia Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. IOHN MCWHORTER MARTHA MOORE THOMAS MORGAN MAX S. MURP Florida Florida Ohio Georgia B.S. B.S. A.B. A.B. 107. ICE BRYNER NORRIS Pennsylvania A.B. UCY MAE O'TT Mississippi A.B. REN PARRISH Mississippi B.S. ARION PENTICUF F Tennessee A.B. BYRON OSBORN IR. Florida A.B. ROGER PARLIN Michigan A.B. JOHN PEACOCK Georgia B.S. OLE POWELL Mississippi A.B. THE 1969 SENIOR CLASS SUE POWELL DENNIS PROBST PEGGY QUARLES WILLIAM RAISCE Florida Pemusylvania Georgia Ohio A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. BETTIE RATI.-IFF JANICE REID RICHARD REYNOLDS GREGORY RICK West Virginia Indiana New jersey TCIIIIBSSCG A.B. B.S. A.B. A.B. 104. RNEST RIVERS Mississippi B.S. NNE RUDD Tennessee B.S. ONALD SIMMONS Alabama A.B. RY SMITH Tennessee B.S. MICHAEL ROSS Indiana A.B. DON SCHROPE Tennessee A.B. CARROLL SMITH Alabama. A.B. HAROLD SMITH Kentucky A.B. THE 1969 SENIOR CLASS JIMMY B. SMITH CHRISTINA SPEER LARRY SPRAKER MARY ANNE Kentucky Michigan Virginia South Carolina A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. 3 . .tix .AJ RALPH SULLIVAN . PLOSALYN SULLIVAN LATRELLE TAYLOR STELLA TAY Florida Tennessee G801'gi9. Tennessee A.B. A.B. A.B. A-B- 106 DTIS THOMPSON Georgia A.B. I 'RANDOLPH WALLER Ohio A.B. 'IONALD WELLS I Ohio A.B. fIORRIS WEST Florida B.S. VVILLIAM THOMPSON IB Tennessee A.B. WILLIAM WELLS Florida B.S. LINDA VVEST Tennessee B.S. IANICE WHALEY Florida B.S. T HE 1969 SENIOR CLASS DONALD VVILLLIAMS JACK WOMACKS GERALD YORK ALLEN ALFOII Virginia Ohio Tennessee Non-Graduatin A.B. A.B. A.B. Qu-""" TIMOTHY BES'S N on- Graduating IOS g 4 ...ww-1 ,. E sa I . J OR CLASS OFFICERS 9 Larry Finger, Sponsor Hlll, President harles Davis, Stuco Rep., Wanda reas.5 Dale Killingsworth, V-Pres. Testerman, Sec., Lynda Taylor, .-""d5 W ,.,. ,..4s-Q, f .- 1 3 so J y we 24+ AX f .1 552254 A JOHN BAIRD IAN MARIE BARROW MARY BIDLE MARIELLA BISHOP RICHARD BOWDEN JOE BOWERS MARY BOWERS EUGENE BOYETT PAT CALDWELL LINDA CAMPBELL KELLY CARTER BILL CHAMBERS IIO I FHE 1969 OR CLASS III FRED CHURCH ESTHER COWABT M-IKE COWART GLENDA COX RICHARD DAMON CHARLES DAVI'S CAROLYN DEESE DWIGHT DeNEAGLEY LORETTA DICKEY DAVID DIGBY CAROLYN DILLINCER KIT DUFFY MARSHALL DUKE TERRI M. EATON B1cHARD.EGNoB BETTY ELAM KAREN ENGLAND CONNIE FARVVELL PATRICIA FISCHER NORBERT FISCHER NANCY FRY JO ANNE FULWOOD SHIRLEY GIVANS BRENDA GLOVER THE 1969 IUNIOR CLASS 112. Z4 TJ ,V 3- 5. Bm Qvaf THE 1969 jUNIOR CLASS' MARK GOODWIN JOYCE GRUBB PAUL GRUBB JANET HALL DONNA HAIIBOLD LINDA HARDER ALBERT HARDY STEVE HARRIS BILLY HARRISON BARBARA HILL CAROLYN HILL JUDY HILL TED HILL LORETTA HOLLOWAY SHARON HOLMES 1. W. JOHNSON GRAGIE JOHNSON TRESA JOHNSON SUE KAY CLARA KELLISON DAWN KESSELRING DALE KILLINGSWORTH LARRY LADD SANDRA LANE THE 1969 jUNIOR CLASS! I II 4 THE 1969 OR CLASS II JOYCE LECG LYNN LESLIE ROBERT LESLIE ROY LESLIE SHARON LINGLE ARLENE LONCACBE TED LOVELACE IOYCTE MALLOW JOYCE MCBRIDE JOY MOGLELLAND ELANA MOKINNEY HERB MOMILLAN MELBA MICHAEL MARCI MILBURN GERALDINE MILLS CLIFTON MURRAY TERRY NEAL PATTI NUTTER PHYLLIS PENTICUFF LeROY PEPPER SUSAN PERRY PRESTON PONCE LINDA QUICK FAITH RAISCIH THE 1969 IUNIOR CLAJISQ I II THE 1969 IUNIOR CLAS! II RICHARD REITANO TERRY RICKEY JOHN ROBINSON JUDY ROBINSON SANDRA ROBINSON BRENDA ROLMAN IOZETTA RUCKER FRANK RUCKMAN BOB SALSER LINDA SARTIN BARBARA SELF MIKE SEXTON VERLA SHAFFER WAYNE SHANDS LYDLK SHERIDAN GEORGE SHIPP RANDY SMITH CINDY S-MOTHERMAN GARY STEPHENS DOROTHY STREET JEFF SWINK JIM TAYLOR WANDA TESTERMAN JOHN TODD THE 1969 JUNIOR CLASS II 8 HE 1969 OR CLASS' 11 CAROLYN WALKER TOM WALLACE BETTY WALLER BOB WENGER ROGER WHITLEY FRANK LELAND WILCOX SARA WILLIAMS DWIGHT WISER JEAN YOUNG MARDELLE YOUNG Q Jelsvi - x ' -A Ke? ,sas ,J mg .v . " 544 V.. J' Na '-ta.-. M V' 'M Y H 'E 'Vw LE Q W M gk' 1 1 n an welgm ,V fn 'Q-QL ,Lj"?, . .few - Y-,. iii, QL ww 1 s u A 1 w lu THE 1969 .YOPHOMORE CLASS 12.1 AARON ABNEY FRANCES ABSTON PAT ALEXANDER JOHNNY ALLEN ALAN BAKER IANICE BAKER RONALD BAKER BETH BALOF IANNETTE BEAM ROBERT BISHOP KAY BLOODWORTH CAROLYN BOGLE PHILIP BOVVLES KATHY BRADFORD FAITH BRADLEY PEGGY BRADLEY DARRELL L. BREEDEN BECKY BRIDGES LINDA BROWN LINDA D. BROWN GERALD BROWN KAY BROWNING NORMA BRUMBELOE DEBORAH BRYANT WYNETTE BRYANT JOE BULLOCK BOBBY BURGE GEORGE BUTLER JOHN BUTLER RUTHIE BUTLER CAROLYN CAREY MELDORA CARRICO LINDA CARAWAY DONNA CARTER KAREN CARTER DEE CAWLEY JERRY CHAPMAN MERLE CLEMENTS ERNESTINE COLE SALLY COLE JORDAN OONOER RANDALL COOK NEAL COOPER ROBERT OROFT SHARON CRONISE JAMES DARSEY SARA DEASON LARRY DENNIS RANDY DILLARD DAVID DODGE v 1 THE 1969 SOPHOMORE CZA53' T HE 1969 SOPHOMOKE CLAS? 12.3 PEGGY DOWNING RUTH EDDINGS LARRY FAIRBANKS VVIMBERLY FINCHER JUDY GIFF ORD TOMMY GRAY SUE GRIMM TOM GRISSLER KATHY HAGE JEROME HANCOCK DAVID HAND MARY FRANCES HAND LINDA HARDY BEVERLY HARMON EULETA HARRIS BARBARA HASTY CONNIE HASTY JAMES HAYNES MARGARET HEADRICK BRENDA HENDERSON ERNEST HENSON CYRILLA HICKS JAMES HICKS DOUG HODGE DIANA HOLLIMAN CECIL HOLT GARY HOLT REGINA HUDSON TOM HYDE EDDIE JOHNSON SHARON JORDAN FRANCES KILGO MARGARET KNIGHT DORIS LATIMER WAYNE LITTLE JAN LIVINGSTON MELINDA MCCLARY ROBERT MCCLANAHAN CHARLES MCMINN STEVE MCWILLIAMS PEGGY MARTIN RUTH MATHIS STEVE MAYS ALAN MILLS KERRY MILLS DANNY MINNIX DENNIS MOORE TOM MOYE JACK MYERS EDWIN NELSON T HE 1969 SOPHOMORE CLAJISI 114 THE 1969 .Y OPH OM ORE CLASS' 17.5 WVAYNE OLDHAM MARY OSBORN MARJORY OUTLAW JOY OWENSBY DAVE PANCLE SUSAN PATTON KAREN PARKER JERRY PEWITT RICHARD PINNER JOHN PORTER PAT PRICE JIM QUICCINS DAVID RAINWATER PAM REGILLO WILLIAM REID WAYNE RHOTON DANIEL RIEDER DAN RILEY EDITH ROBINSON CHIP RUDIN PHILLIP RUTLEDCE THOMAS SANER BARBARA SCARBORO MADELINE SCHMIERFR PAM SCHMIDT GEORGIA SCOUTEN MICHELE SHAFFER RONALD SINGLETON BRENDA SMITH PATRICIA SMITH DENNIS SNODGRASS DANA SOLES JOHN STAPLES CAROL STEARNS ROGER SWEENEY PATRICIA THOMAS TISH THOMAS JUDY TOUSLEY LINDA WALKER JUDITH WEATHERFORD CARROLL WELDON JANET WELLS DONNA WESLEY ANITA WHEATLEY MIKE WHITELY LINDA WHITED MARILYN WRIGHT JOHN ZOLLINHOFER his THE 1969 SOPHOMORE CLAS? 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JANE: ANDREWS DONNA ALFORD GLEN BAIRD GLENDA BAKER JOHN BALDWIN JANICE BEALS DANNY BEAN DAN BENSON KAREN BENSON CHARLES BENTON MIKE BERKNER TIM BEWLEY MIKE BIGGS STEPHEN BINKLEY IOYCE BITTERLING RUTHANNA BLEDSOE ALFORIA BOATMAN WILLIAM BOES MIRIAM BOHLER BECKY BOSWELL MARY BOSWELL MARGUERITE BOWDOIN ESTHER BOWMAN CHARLES BROOKS ROBERT BROWER JACQUELYNE BROWN IOY BROWN ARTHUR BRYANT RHEDA BRYANT DIANE BURRIS HE A 1969 FRESHYILTAN CLASS 17.9 PHYLLIS BURTON BYRON BUSH DENNIS CAPPS ESTHEB CAREY DIANE CARLSON VAN CARRIN MARGURITA CASON DONNA CASS LANCY CHAMBERS JOSEPH CHAPMAN DAVID CHESNUTT GERALD CLAY RICHARD CLIFTON DIANE COLLINS BETTY CONN DONALD COPEN CLAUDINE COX GLENN CUNNINGHAM LINDA DARDEN IANE DAVIS PATRICIA DAVIS DOUGLAS DEAN DAVID DENSON SANDRA DILYARD WILLIAM EAGLESON MARTHA EDMONDS DAVID EDWARDS IERALD ELLIOT IUDITH EMMITT BEATRICE FABRIZIO GARY FLETCHER KAREN FOLTZ SHARON FOWLER KAREN FRASER MARCIA F RIERSON IACQUELINE FRYE ROBERT GARBER DAVID GARRISON JULIA GEORGE EARL GILL DONALD GILLUM KAREN GREEN RAY GULLETT SHIRLEY HAMLIN CLAUDIA HANSON CLARA HARVEY JAMES HATHCOCK ETHEL HERRIOTT SUSAN HICKS BRENDA HILL DORIS HIMES DUANE HINES DAVID HOLDER MILTON HOLLADAY CARY HOLLOWAY TERI HOLMES REBA HOOD EMILY HUDSON FRED HUFF KATHY HUGHES THE 1969 FKESHMQAN CLASS 130 THE 1969 FKE.S'1FZMAlV CLA55' 131 ANN HUOHEY JEFFERY HYATT DAVID JAMES CAROL JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON NANCY JONES RICHARD JORDAN GREGORY KELLER DONALD KENT ERIC VON KESSELRING SHIRLEY LAIRD JAMES LANHAM HAROLD LATHAM JACQUELYN LATHAM ALAN LESLIE ERNEST LEWIS TERESA LINDSLEY ROBBIE LITTLE JACK LIVERMAN DONALD LOVE CYNTHIA LOWRY JENNIE LUNSFORD IANIE LYNCH KATHERINE MOCOY STEPHEN McCOY WANDA MOGEE CAROLYN MCINTOSH PEGGY MCMILLAN JIMMY MARKLIN ROBERT MARLIN MARTHA MARRS WILLIE MARSHALL AURELIA MARTIN SANDRA MASTERS DAVID MAXWELL SHARON MAZE JAMES MERRYMAN BENJAMIN MIDDENDORF RITA MILBY KATHY MOORE JOYCE MORGAN BRENDA MURPHREE STEPHEN NIECE BARBARA NIX WENDEL NIXON ANITA OGLESBY DARYL ORNER IANICE PANGLE ALLAN PARKER DAVID PATTERSON STEPHEN PAYNE MARILYN PEACH JOYE PEACOCK MICHAEL PERRY MARVIN PHELPS KAREN PLATT JAMES PONCE CAROL POWERS REESE QUICK PEGGY RAGSDALE THE 1969 FRE.S'H.7l4AN CLASS' 131. 'S' 457 gt 5 1969 FREJHQMAZV CLASS I 3 3 SARAH RAMER RUTH RAMEY DuANNE REYNOLDS MARIE RHODEN CARMEL ROBINSON LAVETTA ROBINSON WILLIAM ROBINSON ROBERT RUCK TERRELL SANDERS DEBORAH SCHAFFER JOHN SHUMPERT DONNA SEXTON VALERIE SIDDONS MARY SIMPSON BRENDA SINGLETON BETTY SMITH DARLENE SMITH JUDY SMITH MARIANNA SMITH MICHAEL SMITH PEGGY SMITH RONALD SMITH JOAN SOWARD RICKEY SOWARD LINDA SPARKS STEVE STEWART BEVERLY STOCKS ROBERT STOREY IOANNE STRADA BEVERLY SULLIVAN PATRICIA SULLIVAN DALE TAYLOR MARY TAYLOR RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN TETER RITA THAXTON ALAN THOMPSON CAROL TOMS SUSAN TROUP RACHEL TUCKER MARY UNDERWOOD REVA WARHURST F REDDIE WARREN VICKI WARREN DEBORAH WATTS ALICE WHIDDEN LINDA WHITE PATRICIA WHITE LUVERTA WHITELOCK PAULETTE WILLIAMS ANNA WILLIAMSON , MARTHA WISE MARSHA WOOD SAMMY WOOD DOROTHY WOODWARD THE 1969 FRE! CLASS 134 At half-way mark juniors find upper division classes require concentration. my , ,.,-,.,m,r...,..,-...QW--.., , Intrepid freshmen take on challenge of college classroom participation l 5.3, if Seriousness subdues seniors as graduation nears. The novelty of college life takes on a realistic out- look in the sophomore year. 135 Bill Boes Iacquelyn Brown Ann Bryant Dick Clifton Francis Dennis Idella Dunn Ida Ferguson Dennis Fink Donna Gunn Buddy Hafley Ronald Hooper Frances Ruckman Thomas Smith David St. Clair Laverta Whitlock Mildred Whitlock ER QUARTER JTUDE 5 Moore presents his inaugural address in the new gymnasium. AUGURATIO Heard of Vanderbilt University and U.S. Senator Fulton converse with Dr. Moore on his inauguration day. 1 'LAKE'-'Vg Q u if - J 6 fi l X. I ,., 'HL E wil 'x 3 190x J u r 'ED i :Ni K D if X ,A ' Q , :?.....r'f"'- Q Fw wp ,WV ' - W! ff ' f I fsfff ' I . yr qw '-. Pi , P K! 5 -CX ,I ,f ,ia -Q .4. 51' A R E112 f. 7' O Nr V' D 4 ' 5 tN mfg' , Q3 A AW. 6 , x, ,FF ,. '1 QQ -i ,.,5L ' ,v..nvff'.-"' ,KX 1 91 sxxngx 51- W W IW T W I FEATURE EWEITGRS Bob Sztlser Jo Anne Fulwhod Lmdw Taylor I W I W . W L . W W W ff iff., 1. , iv., ., ,.-' W . . "I A- ' . v- 3 W fu W ..-My W.. W , rv WUI: iw Vim, spirit, vigor, enthusiasm and ac- tivity were the passwords for the ath- letic program this year. Creating a maxi- mum of spirit by their unfaltering ef- forts, the boys and girls who partici- pated in sports found satisfaction and enjoyment through physical develop- ment. llll-.I few ' y gf' ii' is-if ,,,r .,I'v IJ. I x ,' ' . , w , Hi, 3-- I' .4 Ui I All , -J., J r" 'Paz fr J -. x Ji, w it A Q' ' Fifi' f ' if wr-' ' V--V U x. .V 14: 5 .A .I .J i 0 . gf, . . 4 1 1 Q I 1 J L, ,Q ,. W wiv-Hr 'iii k.,,,g,.L Je 5, JF' 1 ,Q nik L. if X ll' avg I 4' ,I . f 1 , I, Y N .YPOR T .Y fx: TREVECCA ATHLETIC ASSOC One of the largest and most active organizations on Trevecca's campus is the Trevecca Athletic Association. It actively sponsors four intramural socieiies4Alpha, Beta, Delta, Gamma-with competitive games for every season. Every member fights to make his society the top society of the year. The TAA Council: Sharon Cronise, Jane Crenshaw, Coach Bill Boner, Preston Ponce, Mrs. Janice Reid. Involved in his game, Coach Boner shouts directions to the varsxt -.....,, , -L. 144 Y 1 Kickoff of the 1968-69 Trevecca Football Season. fri ss, . 5 I . , -bf ,- Some enthusiasmlll Sl'IIll'l'5 E TIIIIS ll5'I1 6 SIIPFII o Il Troop No. 91 serves as honor guard at the Olivet game. , ...fn -9- -'-"'--"' ' ' ,..,.-gpg W n if . Alphas run their famed "end around" against the Deltas. The 1968-69 school year was a major one for sports. Not only did Trevecca play its first intercollegiate basketball games, but with the use of the new gymnasium, the entire physical education program was given a "shot in the arm." School spirit was recharged and teams received unflinching support from loyal fans. 45 ff i'q Aaabafr Dominate 1968 Football Season Quarterback Pooch Davis refuses to be brought down. Q . P ES Q V ' 1535263 if rf we 4 5- I A g I ' 15 'Y 5 ' 1 N 4 . f-H -3 ' ,K A Alpha's workhorse Preston Ponce grinds out tough yardage again Beta's. ff lx . Top: P. Marlin, D. Patterson, P. Davis, P. Vann, E. Kesselring, Bames, E. Johnson, S. McWilliams, I. Allen. Bottom: C. Har W. Nixon, R. Lynn. Middle: B. Brumfield, B. McDonald, R. A. Boatman, W. Marshall, F. Church, D. Hodge, K. Davis 14 , J i 9 , li... 5 op: B. Pinner, K. Covey, C. Chambers. Middle: B. Breeden, B. Owensby, B. Bishop, D. Pennington, I. Marklin, L. Ladd, T. Neal. illen, I. Quiggins, R. Parker, T. Little, D. Hastings. Bottom: S. .i r-T lg' L . is the name of the game. Larry Ladd opens a hole for Li Randy Smith. 1 n , fa h igi M V li , C V n 4:7-wfyglii sfo "W Li"""'D " M. 5' e li Q I if 1 - ,go F X ' t I " TJ., il? N X 1 ..-i.. , L ' The Beta's gang tackling techniques make it hard going for Delta, Gary Black. --' , 5 J, . . J , Hard Iittzng Betay -Small But Quzkle 147 Fl'0Ht l'0W L Moore D PIHUCT D L0Ckha1't G S1'11PP D 101165 hofer R Welker R Dxllard G Davls Back row R Fltzgerald T Myers S Lanham Middle row T Lovelace I Ponce IZol11n Thornton G Fletcher Cary Black clears the path .N pq: Nav- V fr-'H+-gs ,., . 3 , uw .V 2 03. 'vw ks 'lm ' 48 1 , .. . J I . ?Q3HI"?'.a3,-AV ' 5,1 , A ' 1' V' -- ..u'-fo" .if 5-IEP . . ' - 1 .QL .N a. 9-W. vw-ff Q H 1 I S... E ,N .5 ,I . .V , .1,.,- aL Determi1mtz'0n Cbamcterizef Gammm Gammas form a protective wall for halfback Emest Henson. ry ' QQA' A . VZ, ,gig ' Q Y :tx .. ough Gamma defense smothers Beta Randy Smith. 4' ll of . eq ., -.4 an F. Huff, T. Hyde. op E. Henson, L. Abbott, P. Pennington, A. Thompson, V. Bottom: G. Cunningham, M. Willard, R. Sullivan, R. 14' 1 so ...fel w Hancock puts brakes on Rickey. Six points for Alphas. ' 'N iii W' N pw YINN' my in , .. " , a ' wt k 1, gff' V 1 -. ' uw .e T ' A 'ai ' 1 -'fi . ' ' M. W 7-l 51 iff-ur - 1-. il X., . 3 ,F if N-ark T' ' ' - 5 ,sig ' Q " ' 2 , ,. .V ' 5 k T -ff ,. my cf -kk . V as , ,Q A - ' ' , J -' ' 2 - , .ti k' , i -c ' fb' ' ' 'R ff- 'n.' A Y ' L- 1 , ' ygfff ' Q, L ,y if 'I . 'rs -I 'Z in r + ' -.. l U x cw - f. W , x . N, f . 'R , 1 . gsifgsw 1' ' Qa- nm 'KM " if y -W SFF .4 k ' - , -ur 3- ini . ... yff S cxfw ..,y fail 117 O Rickey clears the way for Larry Ladd. 150 QV Which way now? lower ,aw l ?"ETS:f,e " , , Ei 3. -X 'wsu-gf' ,W v w ..-w The Agony and the Ecstasy I ygm H r greek up Q "mt"-.WN . 'H' E? 'H N 1 ,Q A "' ,lrw:1I!,ri-W-T., y . if ge Vl".fi "yi '-Vg I. LW l Sfsiveafgew. o , .wwf-.-. f-':, " - ', A 77. '-, nf-if,41:,5,g,,f, ' 3' ,-, 'Sed ,QL . ' fl W' . f -Q , .A-Ll. , H V . uf", ' .n. your head and drive! Pinner throws ball, arm, and heart. 151 as L!!-'Milf Lvl-'ii' llllllll pl. .. ,Q "N .. Fo, . . -3- ,,. , 1' ., hgh.-,Q 1 f"!-,QF -- -f 4 ' . X 1o",gSO W' xl V dv!! 5 1, .- Qg ..f,,..,L A Maw xr.. .4 Richie Lynn, Alpha, Guard-Offense, Linebacker-Defense. ,Aq- Q' wgml -A-,. , 'Q ' 4 ,, -4- .-' 4 L.-. - '-'.4.- yr-0 ' -,,- . "1 'hnsfef-u -'."'??e"" V lf'-ft Q--ffl Alan Thompson, Gamma, Halfbaclg-Offense and Defense. Al Boatman, Alpha, End-Offense. "B FWF X Q ' I 1 M 1 , M, f - we-J aw 'Q e . m W-, l I F Preston P o n q Alpha, Fullbac Offense, Linebac er-Defense, M i Fred Huff, Gamma, Guard-Offense, Linebacker-Defense. I ,I-f ..,, W I 7. , p g, , ffvg,fQ,fA , '- ... - . . ,.,. - . , - .. L, Sn. ' 2 1 544, , ,J Ag ,,, me Y' lay ..-, y 1' .1 1 F V 1 . A Y "' 5- - , 55 5, ,Ea f ag: H I . '1 2 I V Yn ff: f' sm- . rf.1rf'i'l-Q ' ' 1 Dennis Snodgrass, Gamma, Middle Guard-Defense. ffl' if :QQ ' ' -1111 ,, Si ' ' ,Q Q55 " 55,21 -1 . akin 5,1551 , gg. A -3 ,z.t.f.' . , Z.y,fmf1v 'L . ' if . P- Q1 y Abbott, Alpha, Halfback-Defense. H H ul , w H WEWLMJ'u"H"i'N'N"'x' WN Vw- w gg, ' Q if if - 1' , Afl.M-'-aff-f"'1 "'ww , H A? , mmm-- c "',, " - -V - r lqzf. -. ul ,, '..., f-1 'hWmn7-"'f'- J-i1".4-. H -W e -- f, 'ig' v-,"7 - "H m ,H -H . nv.. wc- .. L, .4 ,f JH A, ,l J 1'- 1' sJ'1..,m'.'s W .. M. aa.. -- -- '. , "' ,.. .sw .-4.5 y, , '. ff? ,- .4 --f.,,.. ., ,...,. A ' . . -f " . e, ve., A. -- Charlie Hare, Alpha, Tackle-Offense and Defense. Terry Rickey, Beta, Quarterback-Offense, Linebacker-Defense. Eric Kessilring, Alpha, Halfback-Offense 'Q lk .v - IZY5-'5 Kf ,.. ,X D A 1 ,sgqw-"L'i11F "2 Lf.: J r :wg-9511351 - Erflfn-524 F.-T 1 ' I , L - ss.-4-Q.. 5 Q""5"sr?" wbfl' , .. , , . .-, 5 , new F uw - 4 Q , , Z , , 'g"Q-if A " 'Q-... H' - T.. .F '4. f3..,f.1 5: '1-'fa V' 43-..Q a? " 1.-f A 1' , ,ep -,-.. -- , , -5- ,, ,W - .. , .gl ,Q,5,..W,:,,f.,?,i .-. 4- f k,.- ,--.-..f, ,..,wlQ.-- . , , . ,f-. - ,,,v:5i,q3.n.,3, .-v,..-'31 . - 7 --"- 513 ' fi" -ff 'T ' D, .'f1-' ,L ,..- 4.fLsk..,,ige1-.-j,:4 . '?'Ql-fd, 4?:?'f'6lE-' 'E S "5 ' 54" ' S4 k w I Li: ' " I . . fl- ev- . , - ""'v,a.w E. 'ENG f ITG " ?'Q:"4' 1 ' eine, -1 .Meg . 9 1. p-P - -75 - , -. -, , , 'J.-9.35. slfvf. - . ' ' ---G1-La--5-. 4251,--.a. , -1 rf-2-Lv Doug Hodge, Alpha, Tackle-Offense and Defense. Bob Pinner, Betp, End-Offense. we '7"'i'hlg, 'Hina - WF' Lf. H eng? I li, i.": ' um . ,M ML .4 -Q 4 ' Bill Brumfield, Alpha, Gary Fletcher, Delta, End-De fense. gy if sig E Fes- ,gmwb 'Q New inn-gen. Davxd Patterson, Alpha, End-Defense. 1 .F ..-sm W it tiiii it Bill Boncr explains strategy for the remaining minutes of game. T KE VECCA BEGEVS ER C OLLEGIA TE BASKETBALL OMPE T I T I 0 1'0l1fr GSW Smith, BYYOH BUSI1, Dennis SI10dgl'aSS, .Terry Clay, Albert Hardy, Dan Litton, Clyde Spencer, Captain Mike Sexton rank Ruckxnan, Dennis Fink, Al B0atI1'1aI1. Back: Bill Brumfield, Business Manager Don Dunlap, Cgach Bill B01-Aer, it Us ' ff' K 5 w ' ff' S -1: " H: S2 ' Mfr' Z: giwwffu' X' Isiiaim -5- -Qfsxfiawv V w P lg x' , M new " 1 mfffa ,1""fii U A i Q E e it v N rggfi. Q- .iw , --ffA- Seeks- 1 wh ', --H Mg ,1 x gn? i w 'Nfl E2 ?e.-'J if gi ' "' ,Q ws 1 ,' he ii" time , vt .' " ,,i. E ., W ,. gi M. X W- X ti, N - fi: E 1 N -1: Q ii: N w ' H L -' 2 ' V' M ew m 2 M E M Byron and Al ap ' W ? ,Q ' -J -qu , am ' ply the full court press. .1 33 . ,Q 1 ' miie, -55,7 ,i ,. 5, WP E ' Q91 . ff-,em mg, we 1 , , 1 TA ' .1 L 11:21, FQ. ' ' .. ' ,Y .I ,S , Aww, Sf' W'A'g 4 . - 1-if f Z' ' -J Mike Sexton, Center, Captain, Most Valuable Player jerry Clay, Guard, Sportsmanship Award gg QW K wifi l E if-E E W - - - ,,,,.. 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F: M512 is ,Qg,,Q1E WM 2 'gifs 2 inane 'zi Q 2 Mm F , . , A fs me 3 2, Y ,,, 1 - -.. w - if 4 fesriwi seas .sm . -W K xiii ,, TEE: 1 jim iw: - gg' 1: xx A gm, mm rw ms w QE? 5 H gn' , , ,Y nw X Y fgggzf Km 1 52? 5 Y J - Wnsmgsi f wgssaw MW. -H? .iii Q M Vw y 5151! E. ' ":'Ei5-5-T::f4:j-1 j-,Q "r 5L?'IF: . -' 'F "li, " - Tv :::"?i1'g11'E? 1,'f+""5E?Gu!-13 lL':'A-' 'E f- U.-1: .f , .,n:'p,." 'i A ,. wal?-I J- 545:11-.14'3", ' 5 V,-Q5,q.'f,Ti ' ,Egg .- - . ' - X ,- 'I-img: L rp .- -1.- -.1 ,. ,I 4. , 4L3qQf1ifa5l1,'f - Y' -Q., - -...,k2q:. 1 -wg:-.1-' . , 2 " - 1 Q Q ' A qi: ' Q ja 4--f f X' " if gl: g Y--.. ...cw , .,. pei. 9 i ,nw 1 449' Front: Phil Marklin, Jim Miller, Eric Kesserlini, Fred LSI Beck: Iordy Conger, Tom Grey, Charlie Hare,,Bo Bowers A A 4 Mike Sexton. FUVISH STRONG SECOND Grey goes "way up" for two. :Lf-""' 160 l S ff . 5 SJ., N was . ., 1 Y ' Pinner looks for a way around Lanham. 'w-if L . i Nf4 . nll-Star Jim Quiggins, Guard BET AS FOUGHT VVIT H ront: Larry Ladd, Jim Quiggins, Randall Smith, Tim Bewley, Bill agleson. Back: Bob Bishop, Dave Digby, Al Baysinger, Doug L ean, Bill Breeden, Bob Pinner. 'Hg 161 All-Star Don Lockhart, Delta Guard DEL T AS C ION IN BASKETBALL ,. If they were only this attentive in class. Front: Ted Hill, Don Lockhart, Robert Fitzgerald, Danny Gary Holloway, Bunny Quick. Back: Dicky Pinner, Mike C Larry Dennis, Dwight Denegley, Ted Martin, Ted Lovelace. " ' iff , " -' QE 162. ja: L' 5 'Y ront: Tom Saner, Bill Boes, Alan Thompson, Ron Smith. Second: mest Henson, Bob Saler, Dave Maxwell, Dick Clifton, jerry ..lliot. Back: Coach Dennis Snodgrass. iw GAZIJMQLS' FIZVISH A l-Star Dennis Probst, Forward, Sportsmanship Award D LY Wl1at's this? Drop the hanky? i l QQ' I 63 iw? H Au'St9l' B05 Salser, Gamma-Guafd All-Star Dick Pinner, Delta-Forward All-Star Dwight Denegley, Delta-Center All-Star Bob Pinner, Beta-Forward 164 ,-faith' Not pictured: A1 Baysinger, Beta-Forward CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1968 SOFT BALL ALL-STARS Pitcher and Most Valuable Player TED HILL-Delta Catcher DOUG HODGE-Alpha Catcher DICK PINNER-Delta First Base JEROME HANCOCK-Gamma Second Base STEVEN HARRIS-Alpha Short Stop JIM QUIGGINS-Beta Third Base MIKE COWART-Delta Left Field DALE RIVERS-Delta Center Field LLOYD DAVIS-Alpha Right Field PAUL VANN-Alpha Sportsmanship Award LARRY ABBOTT-Gamma 165 1968 SOFT BALL TEAM ERS Larry Abbott, Johnny Allen, Frank Bostick, Jordan Conger, David Digby, Don Dunlap. Gamma Alpha Alpha Alpha Beta Beta Cary Fletcher, Jerome Hancock, David Hand, Steve Harris, Don Hastings, Doug Hodge, Eddie Johnson Delta Gamma Gamma Alpha Beta Alpha Alpha Danny Jones, D. Killingsworth, Larry Ladd, Dan Litton, Ted Lovelace, S. McWilliams, Delta Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Alpha Terry Neal, Richard Pinner, Iim Quiggins, Terry Rickey, George Shipp, Randall Smith, D. Snodgrass, Beta Delta Beta Beta Delta Beta Gamma Not pictured: Bob Bishop, Mike Cowart, Lloyd Davis, . Green, Charley Hare, Ted Hill, Don Lockhart, Bob McD Dwight Pennington, Bob Pinner, Greg Rickey, Dale Rivers, Salser, Paul Vanu. 166 3 ,ffmx iw W XML 1 +2 13933-1 bww ,H-E. 'wr' we-a..f. ,d N rv" Q' E I A 'f 4 X iiilll 5. GIRLS' INT JPOR T 5' Girls' intramural action was full of fun and excitement this year. The girls participated in a great way. The ac- tion was in fun at times and other times each girl played with all her heart. The competition between the socie- ties was always at a maximum. The Gamma Society challenged the Alpha Society at every opportunity and the Deltas and Betas were always there to increase the action and competition. D H V ' K' w . u W i N-, ,m e ALL-JTARJ' xg f ,IR ' f."wSf4ig-, Y Y ,' T155 nf if. ., -P cal .K 1 Alice Whidden Susie Hick 5 N0 1 IN VOLLEYBALL J Front row- Linda Brown Alic Whd - , e i den, Lavertta Whitlock. Second row: Becky Bridges, Susie Hicks, Pat Alexander. The Gammas led all the way during volley- b ll l ' ' a season without a single loss. Although the games were close at times the Gammas alwa s , Y came through with a victory. The team was lecl b L . . . y avertta Whitlock, Alice Whiclden, Pat Alex- ander, and Susie Hicks, who were volleyball all- stars. I All-Star-Pat Alexander Front: Brenda Brandenburg, lane Crenshaw, Mary Taylor. Back: Clara Watts, Ioy Brown, Judy Smith. If if on-r-Y All-Star Brenda Brandenburg 170 All-Stal' Jane Cranshaw 's.,. J Q.,-I,- lf. X N NO. 3-Front: Karen England, Norma Brumbeloe, Esther Bowman. Back: Tish Ruth Eddings, Joyce Legg. it 1 4 l Ag. ,Nl NO. 4-Front: Patty Nutter, Linda Campbell, Susan Pen'y. Back: Sharon All-Star Connie Farwell Connie Farwell, Wanda Testerman. , X w, if S! w L. w raeiisesi , All-Star Jane Cranshaw Front: Brenda Brandenburg, Carolyn McIntosh, Iane Cranshaw. Back: Beverly Stocks, Rheda Bryant, Mary Taylor, Judy Smith, Pat Thomas. The Alpha team came out on top in basketball witl a record of 5-1. Some of the games were close, but th A Z , N 0 1 Alphas always came through with a victory. They wer led by outstanding players Iane Cranshaw, Brend Brandenburg, Rheda Bryant, and Pat Thomas. All-Star Brenda Brandenburg All-Star Rheda Bryant 171 I 5 2 x 1 row: Daunice Norris, Lois Hill, Ernestine Cole. Second row: Lynda Taylor, All-Star-Lynda Taylor Patton, Lavertta Whitlock, Rhoda Bryant. 502 , w,:1-,.-."--ig 1 i -'ff-2 vw-P92 All-Star-JoAnne Fulwood All-Star-Lavertta Whitlock 173 1 l 5 wiifiiiggiilfzliiii lr u wi ii 3 N M,.f..a-f,:.,o f A Hzffwwq-I Agassi 1. Qwsyfmwww H .. 5 ly ffgis, - wrt., 1: 0 'iii W. ,..,. .mn lm, L my 1 is ,iii fm, fm f' l 4 M: Mya-La f--X1 wma, , 'wig .,1x, . , - ilgamy--mwiszavrmn-f ,- , 3- T. ww , ,gi-rv L25-1 A1 if xs ,f,,,sW.5 f, WM, . my V:-.fx ,E - , fi, All-Star Sharon Cronise W in-,, 5-wg? ew Ks ,JM 'uw Front: Norma Brumbeloe, Valerie Siddons, Sharon Cronise. Back: Karen England, Claudine Cox, Esther Bowman. B TAS N0 3 DELTA! 0 4 . 5 F' P E it M .L All-Star Connie Farwell Front: Linda Campbell, NVanda Testerman, Susan Perry. Back: Connie Fa well, jan Barrow, Robbie Little, jean Alexander. 174 " " , , ,A my ' Y A l Volleyball All-Star Sharon Cronise, Beta S M5 L H. B Q xii v Er Aw lBeta Stella Taylor evades Esther Carey, Gamma guard. And away she goes! 17 5 Lmw, .r L'Xw,xN . I . , Linda Whited joy Owensby VARSI T Y rg!! ,ww 1 : 'iiifflgm 5 -an 32. .... 4 , we Beverly Harmon, Captain. s ,. mf' f ew ww-4 lm K , Jijgd 33:11:15: ara Deason RLEAD' RJ' orma Brumbeloe p,4,,r 52 gr, . l 'Effie S2 ,. N. .4 ff., ,,-,- Y I . .rm J- "z, " , mf. 2 1 U '-nr Sarah Morrow Sharon Cronise :22 i 'Q 'iw : V 12 iff: ffwifei -ffzilii' 1 -Q .-ff, X. ' ,, . - .,ff?.y,:x'.J' 1J.ffgfg-f,::'.h X nu' USG, . affix? ' .w,. M ,J ' , ' 4 K .iggfmii-fe, If U- D A Q X. N as 'Refi-2 X m H w BETA CHEERLEADERS: Sarah Morrow, Norma Brumbeloe, Janie Lynch, Margaret Headrick, Linda Whited, Sharon Cronise, Donna Car- ter. ALPHA CHEERLEADERS: Marge Cason, Sandra Livengood, Carol John- son, Beverly Carter, Kaye Brinkman, Beverly Harmon, Charlotte Trogden. Not pictured: Martha Marrs, Ruthie Butler. In I r:-lg 0 M. .-,---V-----if-W---W " . ,, . MX 7' - .. -- A- 91 vf il - sL,, I ,W ,,.,,,,, iff Ig l I 'L -1 -R ar GAMMA CHEERLEADERS: Karen Parker, Joy Owensby, Carol Powers, Dana Soles, Pat Alexander, Diane Gadd, Jennie Lunsford. fn. , , r., S l l n 2 1 DELTA CHEERLEADERS: Marty Fzierson, Kathy Moore, Carmel Rob- inson, Elaine Smith, Pat Price. I CANIZATI C Tx ,444 SECTIQN EDITQRS Donna Wesley 'Brenda Smmth . , . , 1 I' -., 11!,.,"N .- V x-J A 1 , . v I A 1 -- .H 1,41 . Q , fy N-A "' J 7: ws-Q Ph . Q MJ ' ,f I rf . , ' :-1 "iw-.J Y f ' ,. V gr , .1 , . , . . l ,-N.. My X ,ZA ' - ' ' .. nnti'-o.gL,Q .I v n Av, - .p , L' ,1.g-,w N ' V . . ,, ,I 1, M 7 ..- H . 1 rqgg - ' Q .Yup 4. I--. .I Ii- .HI 'f-1 , 'Yi , ....,-.J .. ,. ,T - .K 'ii ' ,' j.rinf' Days of organization and planning brought us together as We shared ex- periences, thought of new ideas, and saw them fulfilled. We worked together to achieve participation and involve- ment and together we found that we reached our goals and made an impact. ' X X 1 '- 'x N. N. X x' ' XX X XX 4 g x . ,N .X xl. .L , I Lua-0 10" '81 N? nr'-Q-asm F 9 Q fi x 1 bl f- ' BQX-T M. ., ,'L.A- fu vw xl --, ' "S .,, ff, ,Lf . i , lk K -9 x X 116 X R ,.. , .M .. 5 mi, A im -if T' ... . Q ,.-.... 9, .J ,Lf I, 5 Jr, is 5 3 ' is ig N E! is a- V -41 ng Ri 5 ix -1 E s w -x. 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L: 4- .L vi E' r'f4iU"Q U . gy W9 1 .ME'NiS' GLEE CLUB Into the homes and hearts of dedicated Nazarenes in the states of Alabama and Mississippi, the gallant young men of MGC marched with their harmonious renditions of praises to God. With big sound and much variety, Mr. james Van- Hook and the fellows participated in the services at General Assembly, a coveted treat for them. B Bishop H McMillan J Hancock P V'1nn T Bess Murray, D. Gillum, I. Conger, M. Ross, P. Bowles, S. McWilliams, S Niece Trio S Taylor S Troup S Deason Bass Mike D Lockhart, M. Biggs, B. Salser, W. Shands. Third row: I. Bowers, S. Mays, B. Wells, B. Thompson, J. Bullock, B. Bowers, Perry, E. Kesselring, D. Killingsworth. " 52 Xa , 4, .2 . Miss Barbara McClaih, Director T REBLE T ONES The Treble Tone Choir, under the direction of Miss Barbara McClain, toured in Florida and Georgia during the spring of 1968. Services of blessing and enthusiasm made the tour a memorable event for all these young ladies who never before had felt such a sense of mission. B. Murphree, B. Harmon, K. England, M. Michael, A. Smithson, W. McGee, D. Himes, M. Boswell, J. Soward. Second row: J. Hudson, M. Bridges, J. Davis, S. Lane, I. Fulwood, M. Hand, M. Young, A. Smith, B. Boswell. Third row: E. Costa, R. Bledsoe, M. -nw-5 i??.,,L..iLas- Un' if. ,J "":iF1lr- .il ia' I Dave Liles and Jerry McCreary, soloist and riser boys. Underwood, P. Sullivan, R. Butler, L. Taylor, L. Sheridan . Lory, Smotherman, P. Bradley, C. Kellison. Fourth row: E Ravey, R. Little, L. Campbell, S. Jordan, D. Harbold, M C. Robinson. never dreamed of the things P.R. men have to do. 'av Let the girls go Hrst? Never! I'm the privileged ch aracter here grub, and more grub. , bl,- 187 CH ORALAIRE5' With songs of God's love the Choralaires sang their way through the southeast on the 1968 spring tour. Their melodious voices brought messages of hope, love, joy, and redemption to bless and lift their listeners. Re- ceived With good Will, they found blessings for them- selves. I'll bet it was a former Trevecca student. We are all here to greet you. I Moments of devotion are blessed highlights of choir tour ". . . and not a drop to drink." 88 f L nl 1 ' 'Z TH 191. ,sf - . . 2 .1 T11 1 11 1 1 1 .1-' 1 5 Sw , ,H 3 '- , 5-Es:':5:,,,111V - 1 . 1 f f 1111 12 1 1:1111 , '11 '. :5g5:11111 ""' 1 1 11111 '1 3919 ii Q1 S , WL ' V1 1 i- QF? --.1.1...-11"'11W'1' 31. 1' F51 V.. 111 '1 ' ':'l'Z:J1 1 1111111 -f1a11.1"51"? ff- 1111111111- s. 4 3 '1' 5 Q 1'-P' 1' -1 f 1.15:-31: .1119 s '11 11 K 2 1 111 'Q 1111 14 ' '1 '1-F-11 1' 1:1:.-11--1- 5 11111111111 N .TIS 5 , I 1? L if H11 '. 11 ,., Q 1 11 f l 1111.1 11 H1 1. . 11 1 Q '.'..,,11' 1 1111 QQ 71 '55-11 5711 ' 11' f z 11" 111 ' 1 1 11'ffE1f'. 1'1f. ifEQif111'1111121. g "11' 111111111111 Q 1 A 'P 111 as ' 1 I., f . 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H 14 i .1 R-Q 'X ' 'fs hi 1 I,, Mike Biggs Richard Bowden Phillip Bowles Marsha Bridges Donna Carter Bill Chambers Richard Damon Sara Deason Nancy Fry Joanne Fulwood Brenda Glover Janice Gray Donna Harbold Paula Hicks Diana I-Iolliman Sharon Holmes Tom Hyde ' Dale Killingsworth Clara Kellison David Liles Marjory Outlaw Michael Ross Randal Smith Christina Speer Judy Tousley MUSIC CLUB The purpose of the Music Club is to provide a con- venial atmosphere for musically inclined students. Not pictured: Allen Baker, Peggy Bradley, Beverly Carter, Cowart, Marlha Dodson, Beckey Dunlap, Karen England, Hage, Jerome Hancock, Mary Frances Hand, Don Hastings, 190 Lane, Wayne Oldham, Donna Ravey, Sherry Shears, Linda head. Tug-O-War! 'Me Q. vu y Q ' I , , ,ar Y , V 1 IJ. , K1 I v-N Lv 'Q . A 3,2 . 1 r ' X .I 1'-+9-og ' ' in I X H u '-'-'- 1 ' QL "ri, - '. 'Q mt -f '2-1:-f-1 " 'lgf ie e - A mf' , e'f?T..? -1' I A IS tlme for gettmg to know you 1. jp' 'lr 'O-o-o-o-o" - Is this our newspaper editor? 47" ..- T O THE WORLD Mike Cowart, Ted Hill, Bill Wells, Herb McMillan, Rick Bow den. . Y N Asg, W , EEF?-" 'N MH HHVYQQ A 5:- iii '. ' -.. ":'J1'!'L I2-' -' 2 .3 51:52:51 ' V ?- E ' ,gy 'ix Dianne Enders, Susan Patton, Kathy Hage, Diana Holliman. 197. These singing groups have traveled -many miles to carry a harmonious message of God,s love to fellow Christians in the southeastern United States. Representing Trevecca and its noble standard, these students have gone forth with the motivation to serve the King, knovving that the untold riches of God would be their blessing. Stella Taylor, Sara Deason, Susan Troup. miles and miles, a weekend at TNC. 193 "Singing I go ai Mr. VanHook directs the orchestra and choral union in the HALLELUJAH CHORUS. The performance of Handel's MESSIAH crowned the spirit of Christmas. I x E X ix VN ""' 42 The Music Department provided the music for the inaugural ceremonies. 194 ,,:!.: ' Q, Q ,Wi MQW ff' , 73,1 . --ww 53 1, ' L ,j ' ff -35 ' 3 -LE: 1. Q1 Ei' 1 4315. Q " , a s W, 4:5 :gif -K Qi Q 5 ' W ,4.. Q . :qw .,: 1 , wi 5 . -I 1 be , . . '- x K: 4" ' J'Ti1 ,w? ,U S E .., .g 3 .. ,W r n 1,1 x 4. -N .ggw dl wir vv 1 Z ,ix fa.-,i-wx ff,-2-5-'isg fav 155' .v . 1 " ' 'L I w fe, qi .,..., 4 -fx Wt 51 ,S iff MV: x 551-Ln -..K 331 X '33, 5 ni. ff' . ..u .Es . I' if. 1?- 7- EFF 5:24632 mf? ' Z!y'j1.laEE."!?i' f. Q i? ,- iw :?'. .XL Y . :V rt ig. Az. M JV , 'TPQFQ5 E , . 'fr' ' it W -5 T11 HY? 4, :P Pig ., S571 v V 'rx Q ,, X flf- fin- ' X vm . I wr , f .54 f ' an-3' , 'r 'u?'f'rs'l:':1 1 55: J? ,,Q15z15-- 'K "X" 2 .YCIENCE CL UB The purpose of the Science Club is to encourage in- terest in the sciences. President -Secretary Treasurer Reporter OFFICERS Elaine Lory Becky Nutter David Rainwater Lynda Taylor I Alan Baker Dan Benson Steven Binkley Mariella Bishop Carolyn Carey Bill Chambers Robert Croft Sharon Jordan Elaine Lory Becky Nutter David Rainwater Pam Schmidt Allen Thompson Not pictured: Karen England, joe Laxton, Lukkana Mingmaung, Karen Parrish, Madeleine Schmierer, Timo- thy Smith, Lynda Taylor, Rachel Tucker. FRENCH CLUB The purpose of the French Club is to instill the ex- citement of traveling and learning of other cultures, specilically France, and to try to set up an exchange program with the country. OFFICERS President Madeleine Schmierer Vice-President Charlotte Trogden Secretary Janette Beam Treasurer Cyrilla Hicks First Row: Janette Beam, Carol Bogle, Cyrilla Hicks, Brenda Hall. borah Watts. Not pictured: William Buttrey, Madeleine Schmiere Second Row: David Holder, Peggy Quarles, Valerie Siddons, De- Charlotte Trogden. NEA. Student National Education Association has been active this year. Under the leadership of Linda Satin, plans have been made for vari- and activities. Included among these are: drives toward the purchase of a copy' ma- for Curriculum Library, presenting the school a glass-enclosed map with schools in the area pin- providing usherettes to the Tennessee Educa- Association Convention, and sending delegates to state S.N.E.A. convention. The biggest and most project of the year was tutoring underprivi- ged children in the city. A48 Linda Sartin helps a young fellow with his reading. ling flashcards, Carolyn Hill gives assistance to these three boys. I A guiding hand, a loving touch-these help the learning process. , 'ia .M 1 -, ii , i H P rsh. . ', f , :.: , .pw A. 1 A .- Wa i?-H' L., Main. L ,Y g 1'-was " I l -an fm' rf nngwm f 1111, 'L ' wrist 5-i':r,,4 f' H ,,q,::fnLfQVf,M.rf::sMd,A.1Alm-mg, x I R . if ,H 1 41 1 A P1 . .. -W5 S , was J 1 f ,mx .-vui ep ni" F ' IVINETTE CLUB First Row: Mary Bidle, Marsha Bridges, Esther Costa, Sharon Cronise, Dianne Enders, Karen Eng and, Wimberly Fincher. Second Row: Io Anne Fulwoocl, Mary Francis Hand, Loretta Holloway, Teresa Johnson, Joyce Legg, Elaine Lory, Joy Mc- Clelland. Third Row: Margaret Milburn, Karen Parrish, Verla Shaffer, Pat Smith, Wanda Testennan. Not Pictured: Brenda Handcock, Paulette Johnson, Susan Patton, Madeline Schmier- er, Lynda Taylor. A singing valentine. I L The purpose of Collegiate Civitan Clubs shall be to phasize the American-Canadian way of life, to pro- te good fellowship and high scholarship, to serve on campus and in the community, to provide an oppor- ity for leadership training through service, to en- urage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human ationships, and to begin as Collegiate Civitans to be uilders of Good Citizenship? in rendering altruistic 'ce and in building better communities. s. Lejeune, Dr. Payne, Mrs. VanHook. 'ZOI CIVITAJV CLUB The purpose of the Civitan Club is "to promote good fellowship and high scholarship, to serve on the campus and in the community, to provide an opportunity for leadership training through service, to encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relation- ships, and to begin to be 'Builders of Good Citizenship' in rendering altruistic service and in building better communities." Not Pictured: Mike Cowart, Ted Hill, Dale Rivors, Frank Ruck- man, Frank Wilcox. John Baird Richard Bowden Charles Davis Larry Dennis David Digby Mark Goodwin David Hand Dale Kellingsworth Robert McClanahan Leroy Pepper Randal Smith Iohn Zollinohoffer Members of the Nashville Civitan Club come for the installation of Treveccas Civitans. Phillip Bowles Fred Church Jordan Conger Macon Dew David Dodge Dan Litton Jim Quiggins Michael Ross Bob Salser Don Schrope Harold Smith Not Pictured: David Deese CIRCLE K The purpose of the Circle K Club is to serve the community and college and to provide a channel for creative work by campus leaders. OFF ICEBS President Macon Dew Vice-Presidents Jim Quiggins, Bob Salser Secretary Harold Smith Treasurer David Dodge You Ain't Nothin' But a Hound Dog!" ,N S, L ,L 5 ss V 5 .Vwsww i Mu - swap-5 Q! W Q 335:-'sxxw - sum A 1- 55 1f:M'Z:'? 2 1 Q 'amaze af? fI.?e.,,5? fi? 5 EW ' ' '1 1, H v 'sim H E , 2 5 S H- 'rn E2 V TRB VE CH OES Charles Davis, Associate Editorg Sharon Jordan, Assistant Bus. Mng. -vfrffari RI, A0179 - oiilgxur mllxil - .3 . - H its MEGQQ, F Q Mrs. Mildred Wynkoop, Sponsor Phil Boivles, Business iii f, If, .V ' if :sw Q Q22 f - " :MQ ,ses , Ni , .ww g I .si b,.. ,wfwlfizi , , , , i 13- iisffgwa-, Q ,.lQ, lQ,,lQ, , s,s.. , , W MP3, s 3 , f ., Q b ' ' 1 Manager i .. -TE m ...... 21 , . f L ! ' " W Q . ' 1 :Y E ' T W . .5 : V Q A Q f , 1 1 ,fr . ' ' - u. 1 -5 5. 42' 'HM H - i H hi i MH HN HN 1 1, in m m M N. W in N 1 ,- . i A . I U. 1 Seated: JoAnne F ulwood, Joy McClelland, Sara Deason. Standing: Linda Sartin, Ron Shingleton, Margaret Milbum. mins 5' Su NN. 'W 1-'jim Ng If 1065? WW Wig' up 1 r '-E. i 146' 4 mm. W.. H 1 annual K Lv Front: Karen Platt, Robbie Little, Donna Sexton. Back: Steve Bink- ley, Sandra Masters. X -n R .5 'z 4 Frank Ruckman, Jim Quiggins, Ted Lovelace, Sharon Cronise. -ag-'lfml Standing: Linda Walker, Connie Farwell, Paulette Johnson, Linda Fox. Seated: Claudia Hanson. K Dan Litton, President Leroy Pepper, Vice President w"Y.Qzin W H it r STUDENT COUNCIL With a student body in excess of 800 it is necs to elect a small body of students to represent us. It is duty of the student council to present to the adrnir tion and faculty problems and changes about which student body requests action. W ,.. , asm? . .f ,-QQ Q4-3Iil"""""' ' 'Ain-A3 Y 'LO . ge Dr. William Strickland, Sponsor Q QQ' ,N . ,QE X Qs, si' F: ' X vm: :ffm 'Ez - zzasfzsfm J. E--fT,i"g 21 -ig? ,N Wim Mfr - , fi lf ,V ss: 4 , -. . J ' - I 'I Y. -. ' " 'lf-im . ' wi , :T A 'lg 1'm""f ' ,. e ' XQ,,.f,J' f W if K 55:5-1 fi ' "' Y -V g A :Wg v +1?'.2-21 1. 'vi , '!,,1:,a .723 5 S 1 -- - sw .Ui ' f eresa Johnson, Secretary r C C' Ai, ki. ,iv ,,. 5.5, 'J g ji'5'f1 . . , '3 Q if i .M ' P ' if I , r A 1 f Miro. ' :-: f. 2,1 gr . , 'Q .31-121, 5 ' Y K i if-TV' A. , -N y V' X .- ,,V f, ri", X . iw s ' ff? is W, if . ' is E-vw 5 X 2 'u'f':i.'??im iffy I iw .1 N- L uf ' ,- f-- +L M ,' QQ, , , f m.H in ' 'V' X - , '-f-was w ,. ' , :, v wi' Priscilla Litton, Treasurer H l I .J , , 1 v i 64 T Thomas Morgan, Christian Worker's Association President --wJ,, Esther Costa and Dennis Moore, Publications Editors 'LO hai Byron Bush, Freshman Class Representative Jerome Hancock, Sophomore Class Representative Don Schrope, Senior Class Representative gg Y T tw 'ls ' M it ' 'LO F ,gh if Charles Davis, Junior Class Representative ? 5 , Q, J V ggi Z A e e if-JM -M. . -Tqfw ii Y" A - Q- 1 I M fi . , g . 4 ML, M S WI ll lUl l ll lLlllF-IE SECATIQN E'Dl'BORS' IEFFLERYSVVQENK mg I As we embafic ggqnl pun uqoflege fyears, we. eugougter- new' and unique wexpenig ences, The fwapy which we approaclie these' ezqpefienees ligys Elie' fomxat- and pakttem We fdllaw meeting ljfefk challenges. Work, we play, we ex, perimeiikafwafyse Hoping. 'Ed unravel the secret .passageway .bf Hilfe iOIipQiib3iDiiies. :andf 'fiiifillifrienti ' . ff , r Q'n:,. -L1 'QL LD. '3ff'i:Fy,.1g 1 'vit r'-'ff H -. . , ! w If . C- , , J ri ' I 1 .H ' r 1 ffm AI fgfifaf-' B. if ' 1 gn, if ku w , I l I ,,.,. , 11. i XA., wx. 1 1 . aa , x X 'lx x . , x 5 I - is K 'Qi L . .s , 5 L- 1 - .X wk ' w ' A- ,445 Fai? . if k I he serenenes v A V Q . V f Q' ' 1 Ek 'if'-:r 'V . ' 5 -N,,,g,,,:: ' ,,, x ur Wm" '- , cf gig . be , K 14- ff, 4, as H , ,9 1-K' 'sf x I A - " ' 1 ' f 11.01, A zz' 'ik Y 4 5' -1. X 5 'X 73 W 'ii f -Q Y PYT M- f""'l1 X L Ht? X xx .MSW M1 M 'Y - 3 wr, .ax x 55 pillar fi sg! Q 1 -.yur J 5 l EW W A . .. 1' i'Zf " an ks? 'f L, , .. HW 43 ox ,tl NW" " " 3 ff? H 4 .-J S- w e. rf i gf- wa? .-, 54' , 1 ga " ig - iq 3, 1 'I 11 . H ,- iv 0 n?3'i iii , .II va, ., -V . ,B .,y. ,leg , , ,v 45974, w ' yt l' ,. it iis?is3?if" '11 H PM vt lisa M ll ,T ,, ..,, , fir 5 Haj :E-,ziggy 'M x ww W X -, 2-f:"Ej " xl, I HW X532 N js- .,,, 5, 955 Donna is that 'Cant' you? He has to be a Floridian r It has been asserted many times that students gain ore knowledge outside the classroom than within it. s each of us strives for acceptance and achievement in ur formal college education, we must learn to live and operate with our fellow students. From long registra- on lines to graduation we have lived as individuals but so as one. Our opinions and values are as vast and dif- rent as space itself, but also we are one. Let us journey rough this student life section together and with a eling of nostalgia we shall reminisce our yearls activity an informal atmosphere. Thread of Lyra' Long .Shdnarlg and tfeftfoztufactzon 'LI e v g "' J F A A 1' X 'A' , A If I 1 ' EA 1- M -sm 1 I E,,,.,.,., ..... QQ gg up H, 4 an M m X 4 gf, W E "6"QQi1-,Raids ' in U' u if K 0 v vw 5 ' X. W X A K Y Z, W. I , , ,Q J Everyone's buddy, Thad. Tidwell's most unusual guest. Days of the Past Are Alway Remembered Nighty, night, "Mom." I e you sure this is the way the Beatles started? .f S Y to this, I have only three more months till my M.R.S. degree. Aix 1.17 Santa's little helpers. AP, 0 ,--'QA 3 w...-A e X -x N Oh, come on! It can't be that good! 118 il T 1 Freshmen prepare for a typical day at lege. rarbmen Lead A Rdffi' Lyfe During Freshmen Recognition Week, the youngest generation of llege students, the Freshmen, truly led a rat's life. It involved eeping from corner to corner and sneaking from room to room to ep from being caught by the cat, any Sophomore. The Rats won If' ' x . ' ' as they captured the Sophomore Class President, Davld Dodge, a hint of retaliation was in the air and a number of Fresh- boys found themselves on an unexpected hike. the choralaires have sung the "Rat Song" with such resounding harmony Sf' 3? 22 A freshman shows her loyalty to the Sophomore class by pledg- ing to the bells. Chapel proves to be more en- ticing during Recognition Week. -w'.Qwam..vH+ne2wn-isa-frm V 1' vm w : . 'IBEW 3 . ::a+e5f11 F f if am ww :Eu W wggzf ,YW Q.. v ,Q5'q!f:4 - - . f www' -W -W fefmmwf Hsu , , 2 ui NNE" Lfmmmzngfg ,uw 3iiEZL??FE??' ' z-S3552 V .:,,.:+A .,. :. ,ff ,, , .1.-Y . EQ-54, gg'-falvf 4' lffvgll, ' - .f 1" -.g f 'Lui-,' Y --'b..1f,.q1'S. -'e- 5 7 I " .fr - .. , ,, ,. 5 , , .-Jig,-L i f -" , - JG!- ieaiiin ' if O . ' ,..,. ' lain-sb,4'g-,gfw f E" -- W 1 "9-WH?-' .. A. ve: 51, A , fb l I . .i .fr -, " x. H f 3! LL Vw . ' if? -....,.. Q uf ,X X I Efxcedrin Headache No. '69 f I Susan Perry takes advantage of the library's reference room. ' ""-1 1----L.---,,., H, A X You mean you're going out of business already? uzsssezss I W 5 .55-L . R W' ,..iL:..f.. Your 'f llffgmm, Lesearch papersg research papers! 27.1 gg 1 31:11 its iiggrt wr azgg 4 11 il xv' Y - if 1. x.111Z111, 1 sms., fm 1 iv' , , fix. - .ws - .TQ-rgff. mfgig 'TL 1' gm.. 153-1""" A ' rw 1 2 ffifilfxz K , 11,58 'ef Q -W ir ,JN 15:1 1.4. 'Q'- 1 is . N Y X .H Za-is im, 1 x JU, 1 .yy ,Wa wgigl 11 fi W w s nv the hustle and bustle of everyday life, learning takes no rest. If IW Must All Enduro From the frustrating turmoil of registration day to our luiet devotions, we face many new and challenging experi- nces at Trevecca. Through this annual may these experi- nces never be forgotten for we may never experience them again. lJo you want my fingerprints, too?" I "Life must be walked alone 7.7. 3 fl U J iz' ' , 5 .yy V , . X ' " 6 1536 K ' ' A ' ,Z ' . X , . ,, V ' 5? . if . . X 'QQ' M-ff! : 5.35: f- B ' .DQX ,A Y W, X K A -gg 1. X-ff,--H--l It zz few: f. . -' K i 2 we ' A h 4 U Q1 Q "Now John, I've told you not to touch the play-pretti 'Q Study hours-Are you CRAZYP! TNC's Republican Convention. f I7 f N 'L 3. Rl Mr. Jewell really outdid himself this time. 2.7. Is it really that bad, Steve? Burning the mldmght oll. A typical day in Nashville. KF Q2 Ux- Dan Litton presents a gift of appreciation from the Student Body to Dr. and Mrs. Moore. Christmas Around The World 7.2. Busy Freshmen take a "coffee E The Freshmen again sponsored the annual nur Party. Plans were made that involved much una pated workg however, the Freshmen rose to the task presented the school with a party that will be long membered-"Christmas Around the World." A more versal theme could not have been chosen or pres in such a memorable way. Feliz Navidadl Il? I' ' ff - .F W7 5 m .-.. , ffl 461' '.1 5. ya sg...-v 2, 1 ' "J -.mi , 0 KE' "K 4 . ,S V ' -' ' li ,1-A , ' A V L- Q fi'-' F: 1 xr 4 ' 'ifsil-.N . Egg K l' -r eg" 'xx si fi E s .aan , -if wp .vi 5 Marsha Bridges and Esther Costa pose with the students at the Rabinal Achi Indian Bible School in San Miguel, Guatemala. 5 T UDB M1551 ON CORP-1968 Marsha, being dressed by the girls in the Rabinal Achi Indian Linda Fox enjoyed her ride in this taxicab for 5 Pesos tribal costume. 23 I Through Boring Lecturezg Campuf GOJJQ and Nashville? Unpredictahle Weather-Here We Go A gain Btgmi Did you see the way he look d t ? 7. 3 1 Is this Florida? n-nag 'Fw'- n 1 , ix, ' '1 N w, H W w zz Mother told me there'd be days lik "From the halls of old Trevecca we go forth . . . Being school photographer demands much explanation. would a peanut butter and jelly sandwich taste nowll" What a day for a daydream'7'? 1 'L 33 Anything you say may be held against you. From Classroom to Dormitory Itfr All Tmfeccn Who says freshmen aren't gullible? l 4 '-fr, w"s-qw. 7-34 Are we expected to remember all that? Just hope and pray for the best 'NIIIIXI fr!" 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' has, V E FW? .. eq.. ,, M.. f Q L QEEEWE WQ'i',, 'H' cum in 1 sew A H "em HQ' W L 542 zlir -at 2 ,,j i -E' 'saw 5 1 s. , ' . Miss u ..5if:9'fw 5z.v 'M ,'-- , --2 gi .' ,, HW ff mg, .AW w , 1' .-IN, 'L v 5, yi, W, .. is ,m g ..,. . . rw? :EH ,, .., 7 K, ,MV W H ., !,,,,W,,UF5g1X ,W , ,, ---- nv E 'P 'E M -9, Y ,, --M ,. Us Q ,L ti , , ., ,,:. Q 55, 1' A ff NW , Q, H, Q S M , ' ' - A f - "' . Q ' N.-ff: is .jg 'Q 'fi if f456f2'W"' L ,, .. , Y Y -, ' 'A-,ggfifffggf 'im -1' 'NL C in-gf NE said being a DJ. was easy? We at Trevecca are most fortunate to possess ur own campus radio station. WNAZ has for the ast two years presented an excellent program of usic and public enlightenment. The station is aifed by Jim Quiggins, Dale Killingsworth, George hipp, Dale Hale, and Greg Rickey, with David eese sewing as station manager. And now the news , SMT?-W" ' :X Nw . ., 4 , I-if-as-Q' f X W ,E - lmyeiisissl , xe5,.J.., ini gag! H, ' , mf :ies JK,-I L: iff' f42wfp': 1 .. i 216, R jg. ,, ,rw , wa " "5 -f Wm W , . Us - - W wa fi.. 'M r ,Q gygigxnxx Ldigsgxx use " if-'32 xii xx L , W, .gg-bgizgi L5 k??f?E E .sm m , G wi: , W M s iii . F he YQ, -xii,-' i '4 M255 : 1 9 1,15 ,gf 1 ,QI 5 k J .J . A . 5. :.: .:.:.: V J ..,.. ' LN 'v 1 1 i S E X Mawliamkfvfssm E OUZVG KEPUBLICAJV CLUB "And this time we'll win. Treveccafs Young Republican Club was actively engaged in this s elections-both national and local. The club also sponsored a held heme. At a time when our nation's colleges and universities being over-run and rioted by unscrupulous young people, it is a feeling to know that we have conscientious students who to keep this nation free, not by riots but by democracy. This is ideal of the Young Republican Club. President ,3vnf BU f A f l U 1 his ff -Il 2 f gy Va'- "Second only to one Mr. and Mrs. Larry Abbott read from the Word of Cod. ff' ' ' 7,5-.f7 "TJ" ffin' Y ' Y Roberta and Allen Alford find a place of service in a local church' Don Dunlap and wife enjoy a peaceful Sunday aftemoon. lux ' ri V5 AYOUZVG .MARRIQEDS Besides getting an education at Trevecca, most of our students deem it necessary also to find a husband or a wife. These young couples are a representative few of all those who have heard Wedding bells playing for them. 7.40 and Mrs. Wiley Shepherd still have to study. Guess who is the boss of lhe Sexton family. Hey Larry, do you miss the cafeteria? Y . x,l', Howard Wall sponsor, looks over the '68 DARDA. Esther Costa, editor, heads toward the office for hours of work. ,Q-"4 Marsha Bridges, business manager, poses for her DAJ picture. Peggy, Iozetta Ctypistsl and Madeline lartistl take a rest before final AKDA STAFF obert ffreshman ed.l, Linda fSr. edl, Margaret Ur. ed.J and Mary Frances oph. ed.7 reflect over the past quarter. 7-43 JoAnne Fulwood and Lynda Taylor Csports editorsl stroll across campus. Wanda ffeaturesj, john freligious lifej, Brenda, Donna Corganizationsl and Iohn lfeaturesj enjoy moments of relaxation on campus. Tom Snner, photographer, spends hours in the darkroom. ff? M552 QW ,is mini Q f V 'Q H . H5122 5 Jim" so sf, 'AWK 'wig - ,.v-- .... , "x-wf-1, ,A W, ., M . , .W ,,,, ' 1 1 4 Q 5 V ,. :KL fs i -L44m-Qmwi:WgW,,,,-m -gh-.lm A iik ,,--I Q 'lm---mg..-.--...l., .-,... W fm -- Z, 54 vig 511i aw jg? fl jk YE'-1 Q .,5 A Vw - ' 7 fP ff 2 2 ' I fjgfgi ? f -Wwwwm ,P M M4 V W my W lf-5 N . ww MM, MM X! wwijm- A M ! if um, M rw: Ei?-'2S:3'Q2. 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And so we close another pictorial year at Trevecca. Our hope is that now and in the future years as you tum the pages of the DARDA you again hear the laughter of classmates and the shrills of shouting fans, that you remember the prayers and dedication of God's men, that you rediscover ideas and knowledge Brst given you from the lips of wise professorsg that in remembering you realize what power Trevecca has had in making you-an individual who tackles obstacles and brings them down, an in- dividual who creates ideas and makes them work, an individual who takes as his motto: "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield," an individual who is a towering match for God's moun- tains. Esther Costa Editor 14.8 ff ff ff' f' f... '. .. ,..nuuv-xgvnf..--.amamawmwwsa-nrmmvnxmmm . . uwesavvna-1. ..:..-.rwu-Q-.--.Tam .Tumi----.H Y .---.. rf , L4 vxuu wrw:v.w4qL-wen-.uv-vnvr-gv-4:-1,4-447-q.y-,ru-v.v,Y1?53,.1:-:.,,:5fyQ-,!gfy51i k MI. V .. ,. . -.v' . ,W - f. !,,,A, . 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J ,..-r P-sf. 4 G 1 v 'WQHKEEPEEUFQA IEEFHIABEDBB 'OAI' ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY It was hurlt hy the let each man take heed how he burldeth Whether we thunk of Rome rn terms of Its physrcal landmarks Irke the Colrseum the Forum and tne Appran Way or of the great emprre of the Caesars the maxrm holds good Someone planned others gave their finances and some their strength to realize the dream T C CIACKD SAN RS DISTRICT sueenrwrzwoewr so rt rs wrth lrfe s projects an hurldrng up of churches colleges and character Lrfe rs made up of continuous dutres which rn themselves seem unrmportant of the vrrtues ot relrabrlrty krndness punctualrty farthfulness and Integrity Progress rs slow Delays are frequent and vexatrous Yet the hurlder of Chrlstran character knows the encouragement horn of farth rn Ehrrst as the foundatron And the thought that even though Trevecca Nazarene College and the NORTH CAROLINA DISTRICT cannot he h t rn a day yet day by day they are being hurlt MRS. T. C. SANDERS Nwns Pnssroenr LARRY DALE SMITH ASA H. SPARKS Nves Pnesroewt CHURCH SCHOOL CHAIRMAN 4 r S E 5 , . E g Yet, ' ' day. Il ' 1 7 u , l ' ' , . . DE And ' ' ' ' ' ' , d the uil ' , ' ' Q QRQW JOHN ANDRUS God's world isn'1' always exacfly as He infended i+ . . . And un'l'il if is, There is a loi of work +o be done. We're doing some of ihai' work, buf The job is foo big for one church or one clisfricf. Tha1"s why we suppori' TREVECCA NAZAIRENE COLLEGE. EAST TENNESSEE DISTRICT DISTRICT ADVISORY DR. VICTOR E. GRAY Disirici' Superinfendeni BOARD T 1.51 CHARLES PATTON ELURTRR RTSTRTET TREVEEER NRZRRENE EULLESE and Christian Education We believe in and support TREVEEER With STUDENTS - MUNEY- PRAYER J it 5 in 1 in Dr. A. Milton Smith District Superintendent Euuqratulatinns i E ity I1dSt d tR dy THE ALABAlVIA DISTRICT TRUSTEES Rev. Reeford Chaney Rev. Barney Br b loe Mr. Ralph Marlowe Mr. J. W. Spiva congratulates T reveccafv gmduatar of 1969 REV. REEFORD CHANEY Disfrid Superinfendenf mm F , J mf ' In. 7-53 ALABAMA STUDENTS THE GEORGIA DISTRICT Georgia is proud of her s'I'udenIs enrolled in Trevecca Nazarene College. K: J , TRUSTEES: J. G. Foslzey Mack Anderson -Disirici' Superinfendeni Bruce B. Hall W. E. McCumber 7-54 ENNESSEE DIST RICT DR. C. E. SHUMAKE. DIST. SUPT. vvvr--F I I I I 2 I I I N I I I r I MICKHAN QYEWAR C I ' I I - 1- -f 1 1 "'L"J" X can-rs cumwnv - .. .. L. , -,.I.,,. mms lcumsvuu vonn Loma 'upiol "UQ I ,,.,M,.,5.,, n..nm..1-I ' '- 1 M 1. SPAR V IL E T 5 .L MIAILAN NI If KA fi J .f - -- ....uLn me-mv 'K I-'UE YR? rcuzscR ff-1' cuurmv K5 wnusfox blown., nxvvusow lg, ww-,uw 'fm Vain' Timm' mms-nuns I CWSLLVLC 4 E N F IE ' ulzamz,-,-, X-KX ummm wrnnuvaon uumrnruu wmv I I-Slunzuunc A "horn" vfmuirvsou urcuuv. NAYWQIIIU I -'Lk-K ' 'X I rnrm. I Mwwiig Q' Muir n.nwM,,,, wmv: mms Qi- . r . uv I mum' IMMW uwnmcr A II'uf ' .15 VAN AH Iw4fBO IVAR I IW ,,,,,4L I I,,L,,,., i,,,,.,,I,I. .,,.,, .....,.,..... I.,...,.,.,C I... I . I w I A .e . v , ,.. ..,..,.d.,I I . .--,:.,.... ,- Rev. Mr. Rev. Rev. Mrs wa . L . A I DISTRICT OFFICERS ADVISORY BOARD Dr. C. E. Shumalce, Chairman Dr. T. E. Mar'I'in Rev. Edward Cox Mr. John T. Benson, Jr. Mr. Marvin Nash C. T. DuckeH' ............ DisI'ric'I' Secrerary James A. Pafe . . . ........ DisI'ric'I' Treasurer George Pifzer ....... Chairman Dis+. Church Schools Jesse C. Middendorf ...... Disfrici' N.Y.P.S. Presidenf . C. E. Shumake ..... . . . Disfricf N.W.M.S. Presideni' A CHURCH THAT SUPPORTS ITS SCHOOLS A SCHOOL THAT SUPPORTS ITS CHURCH CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1969 7-55 MISSISSIPPI DISTRICT contributing to TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE STUDENTS BUDGETS PRAYERS YOUTH WORLD MISSIONS CHURCH SCHOOLS ORGANIZATION Mrs. W ynch Rev. Fred Ferraez Rev. Tom DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Rev. W. M. Lynch DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD Mr. J. C. Tousley Rev. Bill Je'H'on Mr. C. E. England Rev. Tom Ccx TRUSTEES Rev. W. M. Lynch Mr. J. C. Tousley 7. f HE KENTUCKKY DISTRIC ffv I-X N THE MQVE K lA .fxd A if Kfflvw -. 1 congratulates Trevecca Nazarene College and the graduates of 7969 F 5 F 5 y 1--x, A 1 r 1 .L.,-S-A-lf J fj ff ,-,-ii DVISORY BOARD Dallas BaggeH O. D. Thrasher Roy Wells E. J. Milby Kenne'I'h Rice X J X , X X Disfrici' Su,perin'renden+ . . Disfricf Secrefary .... . . Dis+ric+ Treasurer ..... .... Disiricr N.W.M.S. Presideni' . . . Disfricr N.Y.lP.S. Presideni' . . . . Disfricf Church School Chairman . . . . . Dallas BaggeH Marvin E. Appleby W. E. Milby Mrs. Dallas BaggeH' . . Bob Madison . Coolidge Grani' Kenfuckians a'I' TNC in I969 157 , TNC TRUSTEES Dallas Baggeff Rober+ Allen Oliver C. Huff Richard H. Thompson .V 2' --" ' -T Y. Jac... L T W-Tai 'N J. 'I' f ...A-QT ,L 1 . 'iw Q if" , " TH E 1 T T J.. , ' ra so UTH CA R0 LI NA N , I: xl! .t .I WF. -,E 'lcQt,1..,,.er:-1 . i n VQ' f E ' " L ' ,V ,V ann., I . 1 Y J ,g , 'nw 1 . - , - .,l, . "-- of its students C ryhfii-Tiff 1' - sk. L- 4 1 -a::'nWvlb5W'- ' H 5 Lvl, - ' 41" ' 1 4 -'f z. ' .n ' ,Arm -- Sou'l'h Carolina, fhe PalmeH'o Si'a+e TRUSTEES OHo S'I'ucici Carl C. Pra'H' J. S. Lee Disirici' S'uperin'I'enden+ . . ..... OH'o S'l'ucki Disiricf Secrerary .... . . Marion S. Pressley Disfrici' Treasurer .... . . Oscar B. Pullen Disfricf NWMS Presideni- . . . . Mrs. B. W. Downing Disirici' N.Y.P.S. Presicieni' ...... . . . D. Moody Gunfer Disfrici' Church School Chairman ...... .... N . J. Lewis Managing Ed'i'ror of ihe "Palme'Ho Nazarene" .... Mrs. J. S. Love, Jr. Nazarene Campground ........... E. Sfanley Hammond 2.58 Pasior Jack Myers wiih s+uden+s Lenoir City Church of the Nazarene Lenoir Ciiy. Tennessee fi M, CHEROKEE ,f x HILLS " CHURCH if T OF THE T W NAZARENE llllll T424 Aniaoch Pike ' i T Nashville, Tennessee Pasforz Rev. Hallie S. Sullivan CENTRAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE l60l N. Highland Avenue Clearwaier, Florida 335I5 Pasl'or: Rev. Arfhur W. Gould God's Best to the Class of 7969 Firsf Church of The Nazarene Cleveland a+ E. Wor+hing+on FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Charwe Nom, Camnna 3 I0 Gay Sfreel' ' PINEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Pasfor: Rev. Loren E. Schaffer "Proclaiming Full Salvafion af The Growing Edge of The Soul'h's Queen Ci1'y" Donelson Churc of the Nazaren AISI I 208 Donelson Pike ' Nashville, Tennessee 372I4 ff' Pas+or: Rev. Everelri Roloerison .lik . - . Ea x I V1 Ig. his rc . .:Ml,rE,-A-C . l S. S. SupI'.:WendeII Poole ID. 4 E I E I N. Y. P. S. Presiden+: John Te+er --Tl. , lit N.W.M.S. Presidenh Naomin Malone '-" I '-"fm: ' ' Q . 'A-... F - 'T . ,lllljf ' - 'v-TNA'-.fa ""' - Ig' ' " .,A,.,,,........,, in-.,Il a,,"I" Choir Direcfor: Dave Pangle "A FRIENDLY CHURCH IN A GROWING COMMUNITY" A I I ' PLAZA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CI1arIo'He, Nor'I'h Carolina OF THE NAZARENE 530 Greenwood S'I'reeI- 1 fx 9, ya .is C 1 T ,sf f J- f:X ,f f Z I W M- f 9 Rev. Byron E. LeJeune, Pas+or Plaza Church has faiih in Trevecca's furure. Barnesville. Georgia Pas'I'or: Lewis B. Whe'I's'Ione I I I I . II Central Church of the Nazarene ff .., :soo N. w. 95 s+. Miami, Florida Clifion B. Nixon, Pasior 7.60 Wendel Nixon, Van Carrin OCALA-SILVER SPRINGS ET Church of the Nazarene 3732 N. E. 7l'h S+., Ocala, Florida 32670 - Sfudenis - Miss Marsha Bridges Miss Linda Sparks Mr. Neal Cooper Roberl' H. Spear Jr., Pasior 7I2 N. E. 39+h C+., Ocala, Florida 32670 ll Timoihy I :7 .sa Ei. 1-2-:-af.. ,?.:-1. Y A Y -,.l,..f , : '-l:T- FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 426 Mili'I'ary Road Pa5l'0f'2 Columbus, Mississippi 3970! Rev. Fred Ferraez ALIIIUIPPA CHURCH IJF THE NAZARENE Rev. Charles H. Harris, Pasior Aliquippa, Pennsylvania "Our S+uden1's" Jane Sisler Terry Neal F n Dennis Sieve Harris Helen Gordon Freshman Junior J Junior Sophomore T R E E C C T 0 E R S A Christian Retirement Center ,ff ,I "If liilaglw.. ,f P . 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T ' 'I'-' s uw-.W ' V " W ., 'Q a E iiziifzgr ' - L N 0,7 -ff-H1 111-1. ' 1 E . A lv-U --ff A ' -- -- H A az arene ' .N A'N53,j Auiu 4618 FLORIDA AVENUE . .. .--M . .,..- , A ...... , ,.,.. ,..,.v .-4.3 -.s . .,.. . . .., , ...., .--.. , Pos! Box "Our S'l'ucIen+s" Donna Gunn Nancy Fry MADISON CH UR CH UF THE NAZARENE 507 Lanier Madison, Tennessee PASTOR: Rev. Carl Powers HTHE SINGING CHURCH U rmsr cnuncn or THE NAZARENE 5 237 Avenue F, S. W. Win+er Haven, Florida If ks- Pasforz Rev. Paul Bickes Minmerr of Music: J. Roberf Carfer S+uden'l's: Richard Branfley Charles Davis ,L at EH e E f' ' X ,H . In 5,4 llI llt FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE 1300-17th Avenue West Bradenton, Florida Pastor Minister of Youth and Education R R' h d S. Schuma Mr. Herb McMillan Art' Wanzo FLGRIDA DISTRICT N.Y.P.S. , s Rev. Gene Williams E Presidenr T' Rev. Jim Killoran ' Vice-Pres. Rev. Gene Simpson Secrefary .np .N Rev. Pal Wrighf Treasurer , CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE Sou., 6. M, .ine GALTLAIIN cuuncn or me N-AZARENE Sebring. Florida l304 Hansville Pike Gallaiin, Tennessee Rev. N. A. Adams, Pasror Pasfor: Rev. Leon Guill S+uden+s Leroy Pepper Congrarulafions fo Carolyn Dillinger 'rhe class of l969! Befh Ramer . Denzil R. Huff, Pasfor . Roger Parlin. Assislanf as+or Orval Turner, S.S. Supl. Oren Frazier, Youfh Pres. . Dianne Parlin, NWMS Pres. Del Aelaischer, Music 'Direcfor Sfephen Niece, Assisl'an'I' usic Direclor Maude S+uneclc, Jr. Church ireclor . Mary Kersl'eH'er, C.S.T. Dir. . Larry Dunlap, Minisl'er's ssocia+ion Pres. Nashville Tennessee CHRIST CHALLENGES YOUTH EVEN IN VASTSPACE I o i' I ' ' 0 ' . - ' . Q-' Q ' o 'nv I 1 0 0' 6 . . 49 so 9 vf' ' 4 -," IN THE BEGINNING GOD CREATED THE HEAVENS AND THE EAR U S D- A POL!-0 8 S61 v ' v y . N 2if5?'lSiT4Qi' V K 2 "6 I 4 if ,Wed No one ever saw an acorn change mio an calc buf everybody lcnows 'lhey do Hs because growfh is a deep force wnfhm 'Pha+l works wonderfully un unseen ways ,S And so sl' us wufh a church :is growfh ns no? a new building or an enlarged sfaff If IS frufh and hfe and peace-and 'oy sxlenrly af work wurhln +he hearfs of :fs people We sfruve fhen For our church ro be a place where people grow from acorns mro oalcs I 5 4, ff ' 1, l 'Q ' f N Y ,, f A. f nf i N, , , X x , ax l ' 4 ' - X ix I I I 7 hx ' I . ATX - , 1-. va 5 s l y 6, uyu 1 , X , . . -1 ' yyy ll!! 'ffl xy - . - . - I K X y , - . . f l xi '-. I, V' :EI A M r + so of ler yyyy cll l" ooo l S lll M Church of +he H K1 25I8 Gallafin Road W Nashville, Tennessee , u. John W. May Pasfor R0lDel"f Fulwood Minisfer of Music Kennefh Pl'lCB Minisler of Visifalion '. lrl 168 PRINCETON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE rincelon, Florida aslorz Rev. Gene Williams ,,',,'li,27f'1-,flfiiiiiiiisr, ll ,, , Aifi"5a'-2.93352 ll,,'ll?'!ri ,yr-,L-::, 4 ' w- raflwgirgzzeslssief ,H w 'T .+ ,iw 2: 'SM' VW , .4 i . k. - ,pi , , .W Mary Underwood, George Davis, Teresa Johnson, Rulh Malhis, Paule'He Johnson. First Church of the Nazarene 923 Graymonl' Avenue Wesl' Birmingham, Alabama D. W. Thaxfon, Pasfor Brenda Hasfings I N ,,.'.. , FIRST CHURCH UF THE R7 NllZllRENE D. Eugene Simpson Pasfor 9l6 N. E. 4+h Slreel' Pompano Beach, Florida "A Friendly Church By The Beauliful Sea" A 9"'eaT Place T0 UVB and Phnunhn . FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE if 5, 2626 Adams Sfreel Z Paducah, Kenluclcy 4200I f ffl . "i' h , . Pasfor: Rev. William L. Rhoades of - 1 , -- R' QQSJU H T B'- ll A F j'A.x "And he lhaf falcelh nol' his cross, and followelh af'l'er me, is nol ' worlhy of me." Maflhew l0:38 AUGUSTA FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARE-NE 2044 Lumpkin Road PASTOR: Rev. W. P. Smifhson BLAKEMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZAREN Augusta. Georgia "The Church whh A Passion For souls" Blakemore Ave Nashville. Tennessee Mi, 1' I . ,l ' Z 'P l l h l' l 7.70 PASTOR: Rev. Jerry Cosfa 'Thy word is a lamp unio my feel" Psalms lI9:I05 is ,Q -.:cL.::- .:-:p-w il QQ:-4 ,. , .- Nl, ,' ah '-gigs: -1-Eliffr 5135" L 1-f:::::-'V ' an ef-N . 1, 4 -1 CHATTANOOGA FIRST CHURCH Main and Willow Streets Dear Class of I969: We congrarulaie you upon your 'graduafion from Trevecca. May you always seek rhe will of God in your individual lives. Wifh besi' wishes 'for con- finued success! 7.71 John R. Andrus Rev. John McKay, Associare Minisrer Mrs. Charles Curl, N.W.M.W. Presidenf Jim Haygood, S.S. Superinlendeni' Clarence Cliffon, N.Y.P.S. Presidenr J. Herschel Irwin, Music Direc+or I 2 Q I!! I. v, .7 Z I . A l I f 0 M H O l. ' . 7 5 ld .ff F i -.5 Alf ' lf J? . 1 ' f' 'fl ' ,asf 2267 'Q .' M -3 X w ML ' -' IW f ll ' ' I -' fl ' A . ' 7 . 55" .- .... tif'- .4 .-Vzg,:3. gi, J,f . ' ' rf :fm-55519 1' , . 'tri' 7 Qi L IE, E 'VT .' . gl .ig 3145 ? i . i.2. y V- wfw,.f 5 Q 'L ' A 1 3f42STiW5lE: 'FQ 0 ' i wlapig' 'I M ml ...md mill V ff If 1 5 f3fii:f.g f f 'if:1"f. ..z2g W 2? . yf:2.5ffag522E s .. . ' 'HQ . 2 ,Q .55 .111 ,.v.. Nr AS 1- ,. xx 1. -fan!! Lx L u g'--.5 -, 43. , ::,:f .g. ., . ...L I... , "A 9.51 . M. . --, .1 SJ.. 5, A i l v- -.v . .5112-,, .4 .- 'gfg-I.-1ig.: . Vu: 1 A H. .ki .F-1 -an nm an V yy ' -f., .' J , gi .35 1- uf Ywphg' gplwsg :ln ,. 'x X fi l if X .f., ' W 'Q yi. - -, .Ji ' t ' 'iq gr . .. u--m-.wif Q Ji- qgigi jf MMT- -iim P n I . Vg Qi.- wifi? .W 5 I+ G L auf..- M il, . 11V,,1..-.,.... I wi-J---Y ll,-1. .LT ww, .0 - 1--- -. . . 5 . . V. t . ,Il ' . !!l - .1?"' ' ' 'H ""' V l all Hf.IQQ1ff.llIj ' gp.. 1 M il .N V, 0, 1 -I 4 T-, HI .H ' Qi ll fkf L 1 5 Wi, 1. 1 !r E .. 1 ' 1 1 l .N 171 cfory Drive Vi 285 30060 MarieH'a, Ge-orgia -Af" 71 ' 1' -' ,eggs - I L L ' 'WU ' ' s I " P g I , X ,A ' . ' 4 I ,' E l 1: l A lf K: l rl A- In I A 'f'fff5'f C ,fi al V C '- al l 'rl' " Y " jg g ewfiq, , P - - , .M l we 8 Wu E 305 Wes? Oakland Avenue . - gb HI '31 W' M , K my LW K f MMU' V .V x Sumfer, S. C. 29150 PASTOR: Rev. Carl C. PraH Rev. Doyle Smilh, PASTOR Rev. ancl Mrs. Max Murphy Assislanl' Pasfor I969 graduafe of TNC You'll1 and Educafion D?rec1'or BETHEL lIHUllIIHe UF THE NAZARENE 409 E. Trinily Lane Nashville, Tennessee 37207 273 E NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Kansas City, Missouri Aclminis1'ra+ion Building Infernafional School of Theology! Church of 'l'he Nazarene William M. Greafhouse, Presiclen+ 7-74 BI. Q ,,,,,.,---e-- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I969 Howard Spruill Rev. Don Knighl' . .P.S. Mrs. Wilma Heberlln N.W.M.S. Presidenl' 'iileslifflkiiil FIRST CHURCH III THE NAZIIHENIE D" Tbillm' K 1 :Huis-. - 5I0 Woodland Sfreef, Nashville, Tennessee Jam s Van Hoo Minisler of Music Rev. L. B. Ma'H'I1e Calling Milnisfer Rev. Don L. Newe Minisfer fCI1rls'h Educafion EBI X ,.- --:a-2' FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE R10 Wnnrllnnrlitnp ' I Tennessee 'AID no D In c. Glen? Bolling H A2 gf- "fig J Ciry M......l 64.4. "Proclaiming-A Changeless Christ To A Changing World" FARMDALE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I292 Farmdale Louisville, Kenruclcy 402 I 3 PASTOR: Rev. Oliver Huff I253 Vul'I'ee Blvd. Gordon V. Woods MinisI'er Roberr L. Cullen S. S. Supl. .ll . V s . eagle.. 'Wi 9213, .f Z" , ' ll-.11- .J- , f , ' ff ff' Ted Hill Minisrer of Music "ENTER TO WORSHIP . . . LEAVE TO SERVE" I l FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Broadway a'I' 4II1 S'rreeI' Maryville, Tennessee 3780! PASTOR: Rev. Charles S. Pa'Hon 1 TRINITY CHURCH UF THE NIIZIIRENE Nashville, Tennessee 372II 254-0900 - Mrs. Roberi Moore NWMS Presideni' Gary Srephens NYPS Presideni' INGLEWOOD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Sunnymeade ai' Gallaiin Nashville, Tennessee PASTOR: Rev. Earle W. Vennum Sunday School-9:45 A.M. Morning Worship-I 0:45 A.M. Sunday Evening-7:00 P.M. 735 Faye'HeviIIe Rd. S. E. AI'Ian'I'a, Georgia 303I6 PASTOR: Rev. W. E. McCumber RuI'h Builer, Jackie Lafham, WyneHe Bryan+ FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ,-::4'Z?l ff f' ,fp 11 ......,c.,-7 ' ' , '----'-- :ii:::::1:21l 51, .-:am-.vb-.ii-Lf :azz-1 1,111 11114437 1: 14427141 . 191749' 154' .4h4i'14ZM' 'H- -71Z?Z1i44fWW7 """' 1.1 fzwfh' ZZZZQZ4 - ....,. 1' ?4" 6 ?Q709Z77' J ZCHWW 1,1 ,,,1 ,,1 I 'H' I 44 ZQZZQWF 'I o4?fP7M4' fgawyif ,,,..,,. ,..,,.., L A 111 .II , 1 1 m 1445' ' 11711 xi , 11 H I Innnuiiim' ' ' I ' Il , ,I lllll Illllll "l ,.4' ,55f5.z::':.:z'.:v -.1-pap. .. 'I -IIIIIlllllglllllmmifbj'.If--rgI 112-efeaifszaaa .vm KI -mv::1:::e:::zz4Q1....,. -V - A Iirfiiiffffueg,----.21 .1',".-- 32,13-af I ,.:za.mainsaasaiiiiiiiiiiilmfi555i'f5i51225SSHf2Hf:--2-:eu-'----- , ,mmm IIIIIIHV 97 ,IW H, "Ji I-1 I It III::IulunmIplunnuHiliiliiiII:IIIIQIIHHiiilliiliuiiiuim .1 num -m....,... V ,,,.1 - .i"''Ill''giwlglnnuHun:IfI1'-!'jmfIlIiIi-i.:i::ii:Iu , I I I 4 ....... .. I l I 'J 1 IIHI I HW' III' -f I I' ' I I 1 y I. ,III,,lf f 4, .,,,x ,,p1,II I I Igrfgs I W., ' 1 u U I I ' I 'n I I 1 If I in "'- f I I. I - ft- 'II -I ' T lf, I l 'T' L lr I I ' Q' ' 1 I ' III 1,1 III lf' I I WG, I. H-g,' , I FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE Box 492 STUDENTS: Jerry Chapman Dale KiIIingswor+h RossviIIe, Georgia 3074-I Fred Huff PASTOR: Rev. Roberi' Huff MCCLURKAN MEMORIAL Church of 'rhe Nazarene 332 54+h Ave. N. KN J' ' Nashville, ff., .5 , Tennessee 517'-' Q' 1. Edward F. Cox - 'IT 5 '. X Pasfor V "rwXV:b"'w f " , . A. 4 V eq ,, '5+- 1 Wi- '.i":I!1-'el lllua W' F .vYour I . : E :ji .1- .. - ill Church Home '-II ' ' Q . A ' :HJ Away - - ms- I ' H Q1- iz- A T f- From Home" - 3 'T , - , Q K-v A . -1 Q- -- Many 'rhanlcs +o fhe Church of ihe Naz- arene in Wrighisville, Georgia and +he Lauderdale Manor Church of fhe Nazarene in Fi. Lauderdale, Florida for 'l'hei'r coniribu- +ions +o +he DARDA of I969! A Sincere Thanks fo MR. 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CLINE, LINDA G., Corral Rd., Signal Moun- tain, Tenn. COIL, BOBBY, 721 S. Green St., Longview, Texas COLE, EVELYN E., 1126 Stockell St., Nashville, T . COEE? SALLY, 129 Branford St., Manchester, Conn. CODILLIER, STANLEY, 5200 N. Willow, Bethany, COLLZINS, DIANA L., 2205 Lealand Dr., Bowl- ing Green, Ky. CONGER, JORDAN Y., 206 N. Central, Tilton, Ga. CONN, BETTY JOYCE, Rt. 17, Knoxville, Tenn. COOK, CARLOS R., 1918 10th St. S.E., De- catur, Ala. COOPER. H. RANDOLPH, 4220 Curtis Ave., Louisville. Ky. COTOPER. NEAL D., 615 S.E. Wenona, Ocala, a. COOPRIDER, JANICE FAYE, 360 S. Central, Richland Ctr., Wis. COPEN, DONALD FA., 3169 Altamont Ave., Jacksonville. Fla. COTSTA, ESTHER E., 506 Chesterfield, Nashville, f-nn. COUEY. KENNETH E., Livonia, Mich. COVERT. DONALD J., 2354 University Blvd., Iarksonville, Fla. COWART. L. ESTHER. Rt. 4, Box 7, Parkers- hurg. W.Va. COWART. MYRICK, Rt. 6, Box 433, Augusta, Ca. COTQX. CLAUDINE E.. 600 S. Ridge, Rockwood, r-nn. GLENDA A., 105 -MCCTOFY St., Cordova, a. CRANSHAW. MARTHA J., 1512 Carpenter St., Brunswick. Ca. CRISP. BERNICE R.. Tomahawk, Ky. CROFT. ROBERT' W.. Inverness. Fla. CROMWELL. BRENDA. Burrville, Tenn. CRONISE. SHARON. 627 Murray Ave. Roa- noke, Va. CROSS. BRENDA. Rt. 1. Box 38E, Sanford, Fla. CROWlx':IERv WVAYNE, 1915 Clair St., Charles- r . . CUllglNINGl',:IiAllVI. TWILLIAM G., 5705 Robertson R . Nas vi e. enn DALLAS. LEROY. Rt. 7. Box 393. Orlando, Fla. DAMON, RICHARD S., Rt. 2, Council BlufIs. owa DARDEN. LINDA J., Bordeaux Gardens, Apt. 17A. Nashville. Tenn. DARSEY, JAMES L., Rt. 2. Box 85. Duhlin, Ga. DARULLA. DANIEL J., 2220 Main St., Wells- burn. W. Va. , DAVIS. CHARLES, 2130 Ave. D S.W., Winter Haven. Fla. DAVIS. GEORGE' E., 22520 S.W. 134 Ave., Gonlds, Fla. DAVIS, JANE 7121 St. Joe, Center Rd., Ft. Wayne, Ind. DAVIS. KEN D., Langley, S.C. . DAVIS. LLOYD S.. Rt. 1, Box 310, Princeton, W.Va. DAVIS, PATRICIA A., Rt. 7, Box 337, Orlando, Fla. A . DAVIS. SUE ANN, 5842 Morningside, Columbus, Ga. DAVIS, THOMAS RAY, 501 Lester Ave., Nash- ville-. Tenn. , DEASON, SARA E., 2109 Basel Dr., Huntsville, A1 . DEAEN. DOUGLAS A., 7905 Wainwright, Jack- sonville. Fla. DEAN, RONALD T., 2804- Eastland Ave., Nash- ville. Tenn. . , DEESE. CAROLYN L.. Rt. 2, Plcayune. Miss. DEESE. DAVID F., 8773 Bth Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. DENEGLY. DWIGHT. Rt. 1. Matthews, Ga. DENNIS. FRANCES ANN, 1219 Pmeview Ave., Norfolk, Va. . DENNIS. LARRY. TYCMOU. Ohm DENSON. GEORGE, Box 6, Gardendale, Ala. DEW, MACON J., 328 W. Holt St., Burlington, DEIWI' MARY E., 328 w. Holt si., Burlingtmh N.C. DEVANE, JAMES EDWARD, 701 N. Tomb., Valrlosta. Ga. DICKEY, LORETTA, Trevecca Nazarene Col- l . DIEBY, CAROL S., 2554 Skylane Dr., Marietta, G . DIGZBY. DAVID A., 192 Sue Lane Ct., Decatur, G . DILZLARD, RANDY. Rt. 1, Rock Snrings. Ga. DILLINGER, CAROLYN, Box 294, Sebrmg. DIPEYARD. SANDRA K., Rt. 1, Archbold, Ohio DODGE, DAVID, 2044 Little John Rd., Eau Callie, Fla. NAME ADDRESS DODSON, E. LEON, Rt. 1, Box 237, Sanford, Fl . DORN, YVALLACE F., 2306 Falcon Rd., Charles- ton, S.C. DOTSON, MARTHA A., Rt. 5, Tifton, Ga. DOWNING, PEGGY, Fitzgerald, Ga. DUFFY, KATHRYN, 730 116th Ave., Treasure Island, Fla. DUKE, WILLIAM M., 1704 Neal Terrace, Nash- ville, Tenn. DUKES, LINDA E., Rt. 1, Woodbury, Ga. DUNLAP, FLOYD D., 560 Grove St., Muscle Shoals, Ala. DUNLAP, LARRY A., 5224 Lancasta Ave., Charleston, 11V.Va. DUNLAP, REBECCA A., Rt. 1, Box 229, Cairo, Ga. DUNN, IDELLA, 811 45th Ave., Meridian, Miss. DYKES, ROBERT R., Box 521, Fitzgerald, Ga. EIELESON, WILLIAM H., 808 Grant Ave., hxo EATON, TERRI M., 103 Brownlic Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. EDDINGS, MIRIAM R., N. Fairmont Rd., Sig- nal Mountain, Tenn. EDENS, STEPHEN A., 9 Monongalia St., W. Va. EDMONDS, MARTHA N., Rt. 1, Dutton, Ala. EDMONDS. ONEVA J., Rt. 1, Dutton, Ala. EDWARDS, DAVID, 5842 Morningside Dr., Co- lumbus, Ga. EGNOR. RICHARD Logan. W.Va. EKBUNDIT, WANCHAI, Charkapeth Rd., Bang- kok. Thailand ELAM, BE'I'I'Y R., 740 Buffalo St., Birming- ham. Ala. ELLER, EDWARD B., 2313 Ridgeland Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ELI. LINDA WALWORTH, 2532 Pennington, Nashville, Tenn. ELLIOTT, JERALD L., 2607 Adams Ave., Ash- land. Ky. EMMITT, JUDITH J., 149-13 I-Iawthome, Flushing. N.Y. ENDERS, B. DIANNE, 2620 Louisiana Ave., St. Louis, Mo. ENGLAND, KAREN L.. 3832 Forrest, Jackson- ville. Fla. EVANS. BETTY .I., Rt. 3, Cochran. Ga. FABRIZIO, BEATRICE G., 119 N. Main Rd., Newfield. N.J. FAIRBANKS, LARRY R., 40 E. 42nd St.. Hialeah. Fla. FARWELL, CONSTANCE H., 4538 Oxford St., West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON, IDA M., 1790 N.W. 81 Terrace, Miami, Fla. FIIAILQX. THOMAS A., 74 Belford Ave., Bayshore, FINCHER, WIMBERLY A., 2500 Pino Branch Way. Decatur, Ga. FINK. DENNIS EUGENE, 5015 Perry Ave., Denver. Colo. FISCHER. NORBERT A., 723 Hansford St., St. Albans. W.Va. FISCHER. PATRICIA L., Rt. 1, Galena, Ohio FITIE, GLENN D., 1201 Washington, Lawton, O la. FITZGERALD, ROBERT L., 2216 14th Ave., Nashville. Tenn. FLATT, HAROLD ALLEN, 111 Stirton Rd., Nashville, Tenn. FLETCHER, GARY M., Stephenson, Va. FOLTZ. KAREN R., Rt. 3. Mooresvillc, N.C. FORMET. ROBERT C., 6891 Hillway Ave., N. Canton. Ohio FOWLER. M. SHARON, 501 Lester Ave., Nash- ville. Tenn. FOX. BARBARA M., 443 Benita Dr., Nashville, Tenn. FOX. LINDA K.. Box 22, Victoria, Va. FRASER. KAREN EVELYN, 73 Balsam Ave., Toronto 13. Ont. , I FREEMAN. STEVEN J.. 2000A Hickory Hill Lane. Nashville. Tenn. FRIERSON. MARCIA C., 3800 Castlerock Dr., Charlotte. N.C. FRY, KEITH T.. 4103 E. Comanche, Tampa, Fl . FRY? NANCY H., 68 Chestnut St., Manchester, Conn. FRYE. JACOUELINE A., 358 Fort Evan Dr., Leesburg. Va. FULBRIGHT. PAT H., 205 Dellrose Drive, Nashville, Tenn. FULWOOD, JO ANNE, 625 N.E. 6th St., Gainesville. Fla. GABRIEL, RONALD L., 110 E. 24th St., Cov- ington, Kv. I l GADD, DIANNE S., 176 Apache St., Miami Springs, Fla. 1 GALFORD. IANICE C.. Marhngton. W.Va. GALLOWAY. JACK. Houston. Miss. ' GARBER. ROBERT L., 4800 Maple St., Wil- mington. N.C. GARRISON. J. DAVID, 1310 Genison Dr., Wol- laston. Mass. GEORGE. JULIA D., 1111 E. Russell, High Point. N.C. . GIFFORD. JUDY A., 315 Meridian, Nashville, Tenn. GII.L. EARL D.. Vidalia. La. GILLUM. DONALD ROGER, Rt. 1, Box 408, Ashland. Kv. . GIVANS. SHIRLEY A.. 5409 Jessamme Lane, Louisville. Kv. GIi:ENN. GERALD R., 6690 W. 13 Ct., Hialeah, la. GLOVER, BRENDA J., Gordonsville, Tenn. NAME ADDRESS GOODWIN, MARK M., Jackson, Ga. GORDON, HELEN E., 3955 Washington St., Alquippa, Pa. GORE, LAURENCE R., 3330 S.W. 25th St., ltiiaini. Fla. GRAY, JANICE D., Rt. 1, 237, Tifton, Ga. GRAY. WILLIAM T., Spencer St., Signal Moun- tain. Tenn. GREATHOUSE, WILLIAM, Kansas City. Mo. GREEN, ALAN E., Rt. 2, Box 2, Signal Moun- tain. Tenn. GREEN, KAREN L., Box 154, Doule, Tenn. GREENE, CHARLES E., 120 W. Marthonna Rd., Nashville, Tenn. GRIMM, KATHERY S., 129 Center St., Coal- grove, Ohio GRUBB, JOYCE A., 307 w. Omni, Albany, Ky. GRUBB, PAUL E., 1416 S. 11th, Ironton, Ohio GULLETT. RAY E., 1200 Imperial Dr., Daytona Beach, Fla. GUNN. DONNA M., 4701 18th St., Tampa, Fla. GUSSLER, THOMAS VV.. Trevecca Trailer Ct., Nashville. Tenn. HAQFLEY. ERNEST RAY, 223 Elm, Ludlow, y. HAIL, DAVE FRANKLIN, 430 W. 11th St., Huntington, VV. Va. HALL, JANET C., 745 Eaton St., Elizabeth, N.J. HALL, LARRY M., Hartford, Conn. HALSEY, JEAN M., New Richmond, W. Va.. HAMBRICK, PAUL E., 7430 Wilkerson Rd., Joelton. Tenn. HAMLIN, SHIRLEY J., Rt. 2, Box 820, Ashe- ville. N.C. HAGE. KATHY J., 714 N.W. 33rd St., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. HANCOCK, BRENDA K., 1418 6th Ave., Bes- semer. Ala. HAEINISOCK. JOHN J.. 2524 Pa. Ave., Weirton, . a. HAEND. DAVID H., 2925 Edna Lane, Decatur, a. HANSON. CLAUDIA G., 1560 Linda Lou Dr., VVest Palm Beach, Fla. HARBOLD. DONNA MI, 1601 Saxon St., Cin- cinnati. Ohio Q HARDEN. PATRICIA M., T.N.C. Trailer Court, Box 81. Nashville. Tenn. HAIQRDER. LINDA A., 303 Hall's Lane, Nashville, enn. HARDIN. NAOMI R., 1323 LeJeune, Lincoln Park. Mich. IIIEIECDYN ALBERT I.. 118 Roberts Ave.. Haddon- e . HQRDY. LINDA M.. 2007 Gull Rd.. Grand Bay, a. HARE. CHARLES L.. 136 Brown Ave., Lex- ington. Ky. HAXRMON, BEVERLY E., Box 241, Grand Bay, a. HARPER. DELBERT R., Bellbrook. Ohio HARRIS, EULETA G., Sharon Grove, Ky. HARRIS. STEVEN G., 2001 Davidson St., Ali- qninna. Fa. HARRISON. BILLY M.. Loudon, Tenn. HARTSFIELD. BRENDA. 7767 Leafwood Dr., Norfolk. Va. HARVEY. CLARA N.. 1203 Cavalier Lance. WV'-st Chester. Pa. NAME ADDRESS HODGE, JIMMY L., 604 6th St., Lenoir City, Tenn. HOLDER, DAVID R., 1116 Dickerson Road, Nashville, Tenn. HOLLADAY, JAMES M., 105 Scenic Dr, Oak Ridge. Tenn. HOLLEY, JAMES D.. 5651 Overlook Dr., Mobile, Ala. HOLLIMAN, NORA D., Rt. 4, Box 314, Gainesville. Fla. HOLLOWAY, GARY L., 1407 Cannon Blvd., Shelbyville, Tenn. HOLLOWAY, LORETTA C., 1407 Cannon Blvd., Shelbyville, Tenn. HOLMES. SHARON L., 202 W. Cameron Rd., Falls Church, Va. HOLMES, THERESE L., 1218 E. Club Blvd., Durham. N.C. HOLT. CECIL S., 201 Grizzard Ave., Nashville, Tenn. HOLT, GARY L., 2550 Timberly Dr., Marietta, Ga. HOOD. REBA A., 1050 Robertson St., Kings- port. Tenn. HOOPER. RONALD C., 1160 Greenland Ave., Nashville. Tenn. HOWERTON. THOMAS S., 5650 Marion Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn. IITIDSON. EIWILY P.. Grand Bay. Ala. HUDSON, JAMES 432 Adair Rd., Nashville. Tenn. HUDSON, REGINA M., Rt. 7, Box 382, S. Charleston. W.Va. HUFF, JAMES F.. 100 W. Oak St., Rossville, G . H2631-IES, MARY K., Rt. 1, Box 33, Benton, HUGHEY, GLORIA A., Rt. 1, Chickamauga, G.. HYATT, EARL J., 30 Aster Ave., Chattanooga, T n . THOMAS M.. 6763 Minneck Rd., Lockport. Ky. IRIZARRY, MARLA I., Rr. 2, Box 1824, Lake Worth, Fla. JAMES, DAVID B., Box 77. Chicopee, Ga. JEFFERSON, GARY, 8340 N.W. 32 Ct., Miami, Fla. JETER. LIGE E., Ft. Myers, Fla. JOHNSON. BETTY C., Rt. 3, Four Oaks, JOHNSON. CONNIE L., 3932 Lynda Kingsport, Tenn. N.C. Lane, JOHNSON, EDDIE O., 1916 N. Belle cr., M0- bile. Ala. JOHNSON, GRACIE, Rt. 3, Box 398, bridge. Ga. Bain- JOHNSON, JAMES. 823 W. Jefferson, Orlando, ri . JCZHQNSON. JUNIUS W., Box 13, Winusboro, JOHNSON. LAWRENCE E., 3790 w. 1 Lane, Hileah. Fla. JOHNSON. PAULETTE, 9385 Haitian Dr., Cutler Ridge, Fla. JOHNSON. THERESA L.. 9385 Haitian Dr., Cutler Ridge, Fla. HASTINGS. DONALD B., 902 Riverview, Belle. W.V.. I-IASTY, BARBARA A.. Rt. 5, Shelbvville, Tenn. I-IASTY. CONNIE A.. Rt. 6, Shelbyville, Tenn. JOHNSON. VICTOR K.. 308 Peachtree, Nash- ville. Tenn. JONES. ADRIAN W., 918 Patricia Dr., Nash- ville. Tenn. JONES, BONNIE S., 3312 Knight Road, Nash- ville. Tenn. JONES, DANIEL G., 1374 Willow Dr., Louis- ville. Kv. JONES, DAVID L., Greenwood St., Nashville, HATHCOCK. JAMES D.. 4623 Scottsdale, Mem- phis, Tenn. HAYNES. JAMES C., Ravenwood Apt. B105, Donelson, Tenn. HAWKINS. KAREN V.. Rt. 2, Adrian, Ga. HEADRICK, MARGARET E., 517 Randall St., Hixson. Tenn. HEANEY. ROSS VV.. Rt. 2. Box 98-A, Rivers- ville. YV. Va. HECKATHORN. JAMES L.. Rt. 3, Bridgeton, N.J. I-IFTNDERSON. BRENDA K.. Rt. 1. Winchester. enn. HENSON. ALICE SUSAN, 299 AdaDell Ave., Hurricane. W.Va. HERRIOTT, ETHEL J.. 1511 Vineland, Or- lando. Fla. HIOKS. OYRILLA, Rr. 2, Mt. View, Antioch, Tenn. HICKS. IAMES RAY, 1018 Stafford St., ville. Tenn. Clarks- HICKS. PAULA FAYE. 1018 Stafford St., Clarks- ville Tenn. HICKS. SUSAN L.. 2932 Lucille St., Ashland, Tenn. J2NgS. NANCY L.. 204 Thomas Dr., Sumner, JONES. PHILLIP CARROLL, New Albany, JOiii5AN, FRANCES s.. Ri. 1. Hanover, Ind. JQFRDAN. RICHARD, 244 Oakdale, Madison, enn. JOSLIN. JAMES C., 217 Wheeler Ave., Nash- ville. Tenn. JOWERS. CAROL ANN. 3005 54th St.. Tampa. Fa. KADAR. KHIRAT BEDIAN. 93 Nance Lane, Nashville. Tenn. KAY. SAUNDRE SUE. Rt. 4. Box 190. Wheel- ing. W.Va. KELLER, GREGORY L.. Rt. 1, Box 123, GenrECtown, S.C. KELLISON. CLARA M., Rt. 1, Box 7, Hills- boro. W.Va. KENT. DONALD E., 446 Broadmoor Dr., Nash- ville. Tenn. KERSTETTER. 'WILLIAM G., 837 Gale Lane, Nashville. Tenn. K . IIILIL. BARBARA K.. Rt. 1, Box 42, Green Bank. W.Va. HILL. BRENDA G., Rt. 2. Box 133, Hender- sonville. NC. KESSELRING, DAWN M.. 7225 7th St., Mari- etta. Ohio KESSELRING. ERIC V., 722W 7th St., Mari- etta. Ohio KETTERLIAN, KEITH A.. 318 S. 4th St., Terre HILL. CAROLYN I.. Box 366. Newberry. Fla. HILL. IUDY Box 366. Newberry. Fla. HILL. LOIS ANN. Green Bank, W.Va. HILL. TED W., Rt. 4, S. Hollywood, E. onnl. Ohin Liver- HITIVISES. DORIS L., 4760 Broad Rd., Syracuse, HINES. DUANE O., Rr. 1. Box 1520, Mr. Dora, Leeshurrz. Fla. HINES. LONNITA F.. Lenoir Citv. Tenn. HINSON. ERNEST A.. Rt. 3, Nashville, Ga. HODGE. DOUGLAS A., 4562 Colonial, Jack- sonville, Fla. Haute. Ind. KILGO. FRANCES. Rt. 1, Logan, Ala. KILLEN. ROBERT C., Rt. 5, Box 510, Charles- ton. W.Va. KILLENSIVORTH. KENNETH, 110 Harker Rd.. Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. KING. DAVID CHARLES. 5643 Kendall Dr., Nashville. Tenn. R. LYNN. 1304 Liqhtner Ave., Dunbar, . a. KIN7iLER. RICHARD S.. 8244 Riley, Overland Park. Kans. KNIGHT. MARGARET A.. 7600 N.W. 21, Okla- homa City. Okla. NAME ADDRESS KOTESKEY, CATHERINE B., 1120 Riverview Dr.. Belle, WV.Va. KROEZE, DANIEL J., Tecumseh, Neb. LAFDD, LARRY D., 796 Novaiessc, Memphis, enn. LAIR, BILLY B., 1210B Greenwood Ct., Nash- ville, Tenn. LAIRD, SHIRLEY A., 1496 Flagami Terrace, Deltona, Fla. LANE, SANDRA B., 3853 Rockdale Dr., C0- lumhus. Ga. LANGFORD, BRENDA J., 95 Lake Hunter Dr., Lakeland, Fla. LANGSTON, GARY BOYD, New Orleans, La. LANHAQM, JAMES R., 14 Slater St., Coving- ton, y. LANHAM, JOSEPH A., Rt. 7, Box 20, Lees- burg, Va. LANHAM. SHELDON H., 3317 Cowie Ave., Er- langcr, Ky. LATHAINI, GLEN A., Trevecca Trailer Park, Nashville, Tenn. LAT!-IA1vI, HAROLD, 130 E. 49111 St., Gary, n . LATHAM. JACQUELYN, 4064 Roekbridge Rd., Stone Mountain, Ga. LATIMER, DORIS A., Box 1026. Arcadia, Fla. LAXTON, JOSEPH W., Rt.. 2, Box 551A, Brighton, Tenn. LEGG, JOYCE A., 1186 S. Jefferson Dr., Hunt- ington. W.Va. LEJEUNE, MARY HELEN, 241 Cloverwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. LESLIE, ALAN JOSEPH, Calera, Ala. LI2:SLIE.FlLYNN MARIE, 2600 Baya Ave., Lake ity. a. LESLIE. ROBERT L., Box 206, Calera, Ala. LESLIE. ROY H., Box 206, Calera, Ala. LEWIS, ERNEST C., 9002 49th Ave., Colligull, Md. LEIVIS. WANDA G., 2920 Von Gundy, Jackson- '11 . Fl.. LPEES. BRUCE D.. 66 Crowell, Ft. Thomas, Ky. LINDSLEY, TERESA F., 415 Nixon Dr., Leba- non. Tenn. LINGLE. SHARON J., Box 185, Palm Bay, Fla. LITTLE, CARRY IV., 2nd St., Cochran, Ga. LITTLE. ROBBIE N.. 712 George, Petal. LITTLE, SAUNDRA L., 425 Hwy., Covington, Ky. LITTLE, THOMAS R., Rt. 2. Johnson City, enn. LITTON. DANIEL N.. 50 Summit Ave., Hagers- town. Md. LITTON. PRISCILLA A., 1105 Horman, Cov- ington. Ky. LIVENGOOD. SANDRA A., 332 Barnard Ave., Asheboro. N.C. LIVERMAN. JACK D.. B-14. San Antonio, Humacao, Puerto Rico LIVINGSTON, JANET R., 1336 Dorothy, Clare- more, Okla. LIVINGSTON. IVILLIAM N., 1336 Dorothy, Claremore. Okla. LOCKHART, DON W.. 1137 Mnrrays St., Charleston. VV.Va. LONCACRE. ARLENE, 1617 N.W. 2nd St., lvliami, Fla. LORY, DELORES E., Intercession City, Fla. LOVE. DONALD E., 878 Kipling Dr., Nashville, Tenn. LOVE, WANDA D., 901 E. Watauga, Johnson City. Tenn. LOVELACE. TED J., Rt. 1, Lebanon, Tenn. LOVESTEAD, LESLIE R., 1023 N.E. 15th St.. Ocala. Fla. ' LgWRYi, CYNTHIA R., 323 Bonair Ave., Hat- nro. a. LUNSFORD. JENNIE D., 6941 S.W. 12th St., Pembroke Pines, Fla. LYNCH. JANIE L.. 822 Highland Ave., Coving- ton. Ky. LYNCH. LILLIAN M.. Rt. 2. Marion, Va. LYTNN. TROY R., 7406 Pafford Dr.. Nashville. enn. MCBRIDE. JOYCE. Rt. 1. Rossville, Ga. McCLANAI-IAN. ROBER L., 60 Woodard Ave., Nashville, Tenn. . MCCLARY. INIELINDA C.. 363 Highland Ave., Cleveland. Tenn. MeCLELLAND. JOY. 609 Orange Lawn Dr., Valrico, Fla. MCCOY, KATHERINE R.. 218 Trevor St., Covington. Ky. , McCOY. STEPHEN A.. 218 Trevor St., Coving- ton. Ky. McDONALD. ROBERT A.. 5410 Noyes Ave., Beckley. 1V.Va. McGEE. WANDA J., 1414 W. Chalenor, Roa- noke. Rabids. N.C. . MCC-OLDRICK. JIM VV.. 4631 Bristol, Lansing. Mich. MCGUIRE. ,JAMES G.. 408 Benita, Nashville, Tenn. INICINTOSH. CAROLYN, Bldg. 28 No.s Mur. Ter.. Orlando. Fla. MCKINNEY. ELANA E.. 211 Second St. N., St. Albans. W.Va. MCMILLAN. HERBERT, 3521 Tyrone Dr., Louisville. Ky. McMILLAN. PEGGY D., 3521 Tyrone Dr., Louisville. Ky. MCMINN. CHARLES E.. 74 Nance Lane, Nash- ville. Tenn. McWHORTER. JOHN A., 42 John St., St. Augustine, Fla. NAME ADDRESS McWlLLIAMS, STEPHEN, Rt. 2, Grafton, W.Va. MALLOW, JOYCE L., Flintstone, Md. MARKLIN. JIMMY D., 711 Perkins Ave., Clarks- ville. Tenn. MARKLIN, PHILLIP, 711 Perkins Ave., Clarks- ville, Tenn. MARLIN, ROBERT J., 6337 Hickory Rd., In- dianapolis, Ind. M'ARRS. MARTHA R.. Mt. Hermon, Ky. MARSHALL, WILLIE J., 1114 E. Eskimo, Tampa. Fla. MIAIRCTIN, AURELIA A., Box 4224, High Point, MARTIN. DWIGHT D., 841 Warfield Pl., Lex- ington, Ky. MARTIN. PEGGY M., 23 Rabbit St., New Cas- tle, Pa. MARTIN, TED E., 2425 Eastland, Nashville, Tenn. IKIASTERS. SANDRA J.. Springhill, La. MATIIIS. RUTH Princeton, Fla. MATTHEWS, JUDY E.. -1803 Michigan, Nash- ville. Tenn. MAXWELL. DAVID L., 50 wid.-ig, Newpti.-f, Ky. INIAXIVPELL, JOIIN RAY, 50 1Vidrig St., New- port, iy. MAY. DONALD E., 80 Nance Lane, Nashville, enn. MAYS. CARL STEVEN. 122 Tapawingo Rd., S.W.. Vienna. Va. MAZE, SHARON K.. Rt. 2, Box 264A, Charles- ton. 1V.Va. I INIELTON. BILLIE 2810 Branward Dr., Nash- ville. Tenn. LIELTON. GLENDA S.. 818 N. Spair St., Thomasville, Ga. LIEREDITI-I. J. ELAINE. 680 Turrill, Lapeer, . ie 1. MERRYMAN, JAMES, 60 Lester Avew Nash- ville. Tenn. ISIICHEAL. INIELBA A.. 804 Appleby St.. N.W., Huntsville. Ala. MIDDENDORF, BENJAMIN. 1584 Ozan, Mem- phis. Tenn. ISIILBURN. INIARGARET A.. 1215 W. Vine St., Kissimmee. Fla. IVIILBY. RITA J.. Cardinal Heights, Greens- burg. Ky, IVIILLARD, JAMES SAMMUEL, 4227 Tacoma, Chattanooga. Tenn. MgiLER. JOHN A.. 831 University. Vllooster, 110 MILLS. ALAN IV.. 1153 Guacla, Eau Galle, Fla. MILLS. GERALDINE. Inez, Ky. MILLS, KERRY. 1914 Elkmo St.. Ainericus. Ga. MINGMAUNG. LUBBANA. 594 Soi Sanggjan- suk. Rajavnt. Dusit, Bangkok, Thailand MINNIX. DANNY I-I.. 1009 Valley Ave., Roa- noke. Va. INIORGON. JOYCE Rl. 2. Box 63. Talla- hassee, Fla. IVIORGAN. THOMAS W.. 1010 St. Clair Ave., E. Liverpool. Ohio INIORGAN. ETHEL F.. 322 Johnson St., Law- rener-bnrg. Tenn. MOORE, DENNIS LEE. 525 N0. "C," Lake VVorth, Fla. IVIOORE, KATHY, 655 Harding Place, Nashville, Tenn. MOORE LARRY D.. 807 E. Cork St., Winchester, V.. IVIOIDRE. IXIARTIIA J.. 64 Clover St., Eustis, Fla. MORROW. SARAH H., 4006 Mt. Terrace, hlenlpliis. Tenn. INIOYE. ALFRED T.. 115 Louise Dr., Dickson, T' . 1xIxIl5I2L1INS, DANNY L.. 88 Hobart St., Welch, Muiuiniuze, BRENDA s., 109 Ma.-im. st., Warrior. Ala. MURPHY, MAX S.. 409 Trinity Lane, Nashville, -1 n. MURRAY. WILLIAM C., W. 768 Rd., Glens- 1 '1i. 1'j. MY9ERS.xlIACK III.. 520 IV. 7th Ave.. Lenoir City, Tenn. . . NEAL TERENCE L.. Rt. 1. Box 75, Aliqulppa. Pa. NELSON, EDWIN L.. 71 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. NEVILL. JERRY D.. 2232 Craigemeade Circle, Nashville, Tenn. NEVVTON. JAMES. 428 Cottage Hill Rd., Or- lando, Fla. NIECE. STEPHEN. 1012 Prairie, Elkhart. Ind. NITUNKKORN. VICHIT. 191-193 Luang Rd., Bangkok. Thailand NIX. BARBARA A.. Rt. 4, Box 166, Oneonta, Ala. NIKON. WVENDEL L.. 8940 N.W. 9th Ave., Miami. Fla. NORRIS. DAUNICE JOAN. R.D. 1, Claysville, P. . NUTTER. BECKY SUE, 823 T-Bird, Charleston, I'V.V . NUTTER. PATRICIA L.. Rt. 2, Box 209, Charleston. IV.Vn. OGLESBY. ANITA L.. 658 Anthony St., Galla- t' . T- . OIJDHAIES R. IVAYNE. Rt. 8, Clarksville. Tenn. OLTMAN. DAVID A.. 1247 Vultec, Nashville, Tenn. ORNER. DARYL IV.. 2875 Ashton Rd., Sara- sota, Fla. ORNER. DAVID VV., 2875 Ashton Rd., Sara- sota. Fla. NAME ADDRESS OSBORN, MARY N., 146 E. Virginia Ave., Se- bring, Ohio OSBORN. WALLACE B., Box 141, Trevecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Tenn. OTT, LUCY M.. 1709 30th Ave.. Meridian, Miss OUTLAW. MARJORY G., 1227 24th St., Or- lando. Fla. OVVENSBY. JOY E., 2415 PalIord Dr., Nash- ville, Tenn. OWENSBY. STEPHEN R.. 2415 Pafford Dr., Nashville. Tenn. PANGLE, JAMES D., 211 Jacksonian Dr., Nash- ville, Tenn. PANGLE, JANICE F., 211 Jacksonian Dr., Nash- ville. Tenn. PARKER. ALLAN DALE, 5601 Haines Rd., St. Petersburg, Fla. PARKER, KAREN S.. 2850 Crane Place, Or- lanclo. Fla. PARKESC ROGER K., 853 Savage Rd., Charles- ton, . . PARLIN, ROGER, 513 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. PARRISH. KAREN F., 211 Imperial Dr., Jack- son. Miss. PARRISH. RICHARD G. Rock Hill, S.C. PATTERSON. DAVID G.. Rt. 1. Rossville, Ga. PATTON. SUSAN A., Box 1010, Maryville, Tenn. PAYNE. STEPHEN A., 1620 Garland Ave., Gas- tonia. N.C. PEACH, JENNY MARILYN, Rt. 8, Box 152, Columbia, Tenn. PEACOSK, JOHN, Rt. 1, Vernon Rd., Coch- ran. a. PEACOCK. JOYE D., 356 Curtis Dr., Sumter, S.C. PENNINGTON. PHILIP I.. 1007 Massman, Nashville, Tenn. PENNINGTON. RONALD 1007 Massman, Nashville. Tenn. PENTICUFF. IVIARION E., Rt. 1, Box 349, Jamestown. Tenn. PENTICUFF. PHYLLIS A., Rt. l, Jamestown. Tenn. PEPPER. FRANCIS L., 601 Orange Blossom. Sebring. Fla. PERRY. MICHAEL S., 3313 Albert St., Co- lumbus. Ga. PERRY. SUSAN G., 113 Park Ave., S. Charles- ton. IV.Va. PEYVITT. JERRY F.. 618 WV. End Circle, Frank- lin. Tenn. PHELPS, MARVIN R.. 4113 Lloyd, Erlanger, Kv. PHILLIPS. LYLA KATHLEEN, 73 Nance Lane, Nashville. Tenn. PHIPPS. SAINIUEL D.. 1217 Kermit Drive, Nash- ville. Tenn. PINNER. JOSEPH R.. 77 Nance Lane, Nash- ville. Tenn. PIEIEER, RICHARD E.. Box 791, Georgetown, PITTMAN. DAVID R.. Rt. 3. Sandyville, W.Va. PITZER. RENE. 570 Blackstone. Madison. Tenn. PLATT, KAREN S.. 240 Park Add., Wellsburg. w.v... PONCE. JAMES M.. 1302 Nolan Blvd., Madison, A.. PONICEAITHOMAS P., 1302 Nolan Blvd., Madi- i1ci'ii"i'1sR2'1oHN R.. R.. 2. Andalusia, Ala. POVIWELL. OLE A.. 1033 venaii sf., Macomb, ISS, POWELL. SUE III.. 71 Paris. Nashville. Tenn. POIVERS. V. CAROL. 12111 Merriweather, Cane Girardeau. 1110. PRICE. PATRICIA J.. 7720 Beta Circle, W. Palm Beach. Fla. PRICE. RETA L.. 3810 Baxter. Nashville, Tenn. PROBST. DENNIS L.. Rt. 6. Meadville, Pa. PUGH. CHARLES F.. Trevecca Trailer Court. Nashville. Tenh. PUG1-I. SHARON L.. Trevecca Trailer Court. Nashville. Tenn. QUARLES. PEGGY D., 200 E. Long St., Dal- ton. Ga. QUICK, LINDA S., Rt. 4, Box 252, Bennetts- ville. S.C. QUIFKS SEESE B.. Rt. 4, Box 252, Bennetts- "1 . . . QUIGGINS, JAMES G.. 8275 Walker, Louisville, Ku RAGLAND. H. WARREN. 2982 Morgan Rd., Joelton. Tenn. RAGSDALE, PEGGY A.. 1257 Lucas Ave., Louis- ville. Ky. . RAINEY, JERRY E., 75 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. RAINWATER. RAYMOND D., 217 Linden St., Cordova. Ala. RAISCH, FAITH M., 5370 Day Road, Cinoza, Oh' RISSCH, WILLIAM J., 6370 Day Road, Cinoza, bio RAMER, SARAH E., 323 Brighton Rd., Sebring, Fa. RAMEY. RUTH L.. Box 56, Freedom, Indiana RATLIFF. BETTIE L.. Webster Springs, W.Va. RAVEY. DONNA, 5375 Balsam Ave., Mel- bournc. Fla. RAY, LILLIE M.. 60 Lester Ave., Apt. 1113, Nashville. Tenn. REECE, EDITH A., 2586 Peyton Rd., Atlanta. Ga. REGILLO. PAINIELA J., 800 E. Main St., Man- nington. W.Va. REID, JANICE. 1349 11th St.. Tell City, Ind. NAME ADDRESS Rlillg, WILLIAM D., 830 Pestalozzi, Tell City, n . REIDER, DANIEL D., Box 75, Irwine, Pa. REITANO, RICHARD D., 515 S. 5th St., Nash- ville, Tenn. RENYNIOLDS, GARRI D., 78 ,Justice St., Logan, . a. REYNOLDS. RICHARD P., 507 S. 5th St., Nashville, Tenn. RHODEN, MARIE E.. 309 McGavock Pike, Nashville, Tenn. RHOTON, AUBREY, Rt. 2. Lynchburg, Tenn. RICKEY, KATHLEEN ANN, 3008 Lake Ave., Chesert, Md. RICKEY, NORMAN G., 5103 Logan St., Suit- land. Md. RICKEY, TERRY L., 5103 Logan St., Suitland, Md. RIDER, MICHAEL R., 4412 Flamingo, Mem- phis, Tenn. RILEY, DANNY C., 1209 McA1pine, Nashville, C Il. RIVERS, ERNEST L., Rt. 3, Box 487, Biloxi, NAME ADDRESS SMITH. EMILY 13609 Duval Rd., Jackson- ville. Fla. SMITH, FRANCES D., 506 N. Cranford St., Waycross, Ga. SMITH, GARY F., Rt. 1, Goodlettsville, Tenn. SMIEI'H,I HAROLD I., 4809 Beech Dr., Louis- vile, iy. SMITH, JERRY W., 213 Bane Dr., Smyrna, Tenn. SMITH, JIMMIE B., Box 474, Inez, Ky. SMITH, JUDY, Rt. 7, Box 178, INIcCovey, Or- lando, Fla. SMITH, MARIANNA, 2201 Bacon Park Dr., Savannah. Ga. SMITH, MICHAEL E., Rt. 3, Box 382, Cory- don, Ind. SMITH, PATRICIA L., 301 Jarrell St. Shelby- villc. Tenn. SIYIITH, P. CARROLL. Box 184, T.N.C. SIXQTH, PEGGY E., Hwy. 109 N., Gallatin, S1v'iIc'1'1I-II, RALPH O., 81 Nance Lane, Nashville, enn. SMITH. RONALD E., Rt. 2, Mt. Carmel, Ill. SMITH, THOMAS M. DUANE, Rt. 3, Union City. Ind. SMITHSON, NAN W., 606 Everbright, Franklin, Tenn. SMOTHERMAN. CYNTHIA L., 2711 Meadow Miss. ROBINSON, BONNIE L., 917 Savannah, Lake- land, Fla. RCABIINSON, CARMEL F., 95 Ott St., Logan. . a. ROBINSON, JOIIN I... 725 Drummond Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ROBINSON, JUDY L., Rt. 2, Kirksey, Ky. RCg1?1fNSON, SANDRA L., Box 56, Magnolia, no ROBINSON. WILLIAM G., 108 Bussell Ferry, Lenoir City. Tenn. ROLMAN, BRENDA F.. 405 Cumberland Ave.. Tullahoma, Tenn. ROSE. LINDA G., Rt. 3, Ashland, Ky. ROSS, MICHAEL B., 509 Averitt Rd., Green- wood. Ind. RUCK. ROBERT E., 212 Walker Terr., Madi- son. Tenn. RUCMANJ FRANK D., 707 Long Ave., Port St. Joe, Fla. RUCKER. -lozm'rA v.. 121 w. spring, New Albany. Ind. RIilFKM'AN, FRANCES ANN, Port St. Joe. ' a. RIEIIDD, KATHRYN A., Rt. 1, Box 210, Byron, fa. RUDIN. ALBERT K., Rt. 1, Owego, N.Y. RUPLEY. SANDRA G., 322 Wilson Dam Rd., Florence, Ala. RUSSELL. M. BRYAN. 17020 N.W. 82nd Ave., Miami, Fla. RUYIJLEIRF-E. LINDA K., 704 Oak Park, Hunts- vi e. a. RUTLEDGE, PHILLIP C., 704 Oak Park, Hunts- ville. Ala. SALSER. ROBERT M., 3906 9th Ave., Parkers- burrz. W.Va. SANDERS, WILLIAM M.. 1108 Manchester Lane. Charlotte. N.C. SANER. THOBIAS E.. 5156 Garner Lane. Shaw- nee Mission. Kans. SARTIN, LINDA F.. 2408 Commonwealth Dr.. Charlottesville. Va. SCARBORO, BARBARA A.. Swainsboro, Ga. SCHAFFER, DEBORAH, Box 565. Pineville, N.C. SCHMIDT. PAMELA. Box 450. Hwy 31 N., Hartselle. Ala. SCIQHMIERER. BIADELEINE. Box 389, Arcadia. '1a. SCHORTINGI-IOUSE. BYRON, 9304 SEV. Bth. Miami. Fla. SC-II-IROPE. DON D.. 723 Dover Rd.. Nashville. enn. SCOUTEN, GEORGIA. 14611 S.E. Oak Court. Milwaukie. Orc. SELF. BARBARA A.. Rt. 2, Clierryville. N.C. SEGFOE DONNA, 329 S.IV. 9th Terr., Hallan- ra 1-. a. SEXTON. PHILLIP M., Tidwell Hall SHAFFER. MICHELE. Rt. 6, Box 290-A. Clvlrleston, 5V.Va. SI-IAFFER. VERLA A.. Box 113. Grayson, Ky. SHANDS. KER1vIlT. Rt. 2. Hodues. S.C. SHEAPHERD. LINDA S.. Huntsville, Ala. SHEARS. BRADLY, 131 Martinsville St., Green- castle. Ind. SHEARS. SHARON L.. 131 Martinsville St., Greencastle. Ind. SI-IERIDAN. LYDIA F., Rt. 2. Box 182. Rising Fawn. Ga. SHINGLETON. RONALD G., Rt. 3, Box 42, Romney, W.Va. SHIPP. GEORGE W., 8 N.W. 35th Terr., Gaines- ville. Fla. SHRINIPERT. JOHN D.. Box 405. W. Cola, S.C. SIDDONS. VALERIE L.. Eminence, Ind. SIMINIONS. DONALD W.. Rt. 2. Box 272, Nnrthnort. Ala. SILIPSON. IVIARY. 419 Linden. Covington, Ky. SINGLETON. BRENDA, 402 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa, Fl . SISUIER. IMARY Trevecca Nazarene College. Nashville. Tenn. SLIATON. ROBERT J., 2901 Glyn St., Orlando, fl.. SINIIITH. BETTY G., Rt. 7, Box 178, Orlando, Fla. SMITH. BRENDA F.. 209 Comer Dr., Dublin, Ga. SMITH, DAVID R., 3500 Noevich St., Bruns- wick. Ga. Rose Park.'Nashville, Tenn. SNODGRASS. DENNIS R., 100 Valley Dr., Ripley, 1V.Va. SOLES. DANA M.. Box 912, Gainsville, Ga. SOLOKY, RICHARD O., 202 Edgeworth St., High Point, N.C. SOWARD-, CAROL J., 2311 57th Ave. W., Brandenton, Fla. SOVVARD, RICKEY L.. 2311 57th Ave. W., Brandenton. Fla. SO-IYSAKUL, DHITI, 3209 Dixie Place, Nashville, ellll. SPAIN, HERBERT C., 201 Grizzard Ave., Nash- villc. Tenn. SPARKS, LINDA. Bo-x 244, Scottsmoor, Fla. CHRISTINA, 12615 Pardee, Taylor, A IC 1. SPENCER. CLYDE, 6031 Adahi Dr., Indepen- dence, Ky. SPIVEY, DAN, Box 9292, Nashville, Tenn. SPARKER, LARRY W., 1315 Trevecca Towers THOMAS, PATRICIA M., 4811 Cedar View Rd., Orlando, Fla. 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