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MIDDLE TENWESSH STATE COLLEGt 

MURFREESBORO. TENNESSEE 



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Middle Tennessee State University 

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Jean Smith 
Editor in Chief 



JEAN SMITH, £^//.9;- . . . LEON DeLOZIER, Business Manager 



FOREWORD 

Jn this the last ivhiiiic of Tiik AIid- 
LANDER jor the duration, the stafj has 
tried to /^resent a pliotographie sheteli of 
the aetiz'ities at Tennessee State CoUeiie 
for tlie past year. Jf'hen the present 
I'eeonies ohseiire may eaeh of you find 
some linl: ammnj these pages to bridge 
tlie inter-tvl of years and bring baeic to 
life a memory 'of tlie days yon have spent 
in college. 




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We, the senior class of 1943, do proudly dedicate 
this MIDLANDER to the memory of those 
aliimjii and former students ivho have given 
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Freedom is jor fools iv'Iio. -a'alk i^'itli e\es upon the stars." 

Dur world today has Ijeeii made by so-called wise men who lielieve that thev ha\-e ]>er- 
fected an ideal place for every person and every race. These men believe in solvin<^ the 
problems at hand and letting the future care for itself; they believe that there are inferior 
races ; they believe in tolerance but never in understanding. They believe in bolts and l)ars 
to protect the set world they have tried to establish. 

Praise in a democracy should go to those whom these wise men call fools, to those 
who walk with eyes upon the stars, who look above the ])etty problems at hand to consider 
the greater thing which embraces all problems, to those who believe that all men are children 
of God and have the right to live as such with understanding from all peoples. 

In our democracy we should strive through education to awaken the faith of our youth 
which lies but half asleep in the dawn of their own knowledge. Though they may be called 
fools because they have the courage to question self-made authority in the face of the danger 
that they might lose economic and political security: called fools l)ecause thev love peace so 
much they would fight for it, they must stand together and know that "Free men set them- 
selves free." 

Oppression lies not in the hand of the oppressor, Init in the hearts of the people. If we 
are to be free, we must realize that our freedom is held not in the hands of our leaders, but 
in the heart of every man. When the democracies rise above the dictators, we must act 
according to our knowledge that when our freedom finally loses its fetters then itself must 
become a fetter to an even greater freedom. 



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Edward B. Baldwin 
Geography 

Eva Mae Burkett 
Eiu/lish 

Phillip M. Cheek 

Foreign Language 
(In U. S. Army) 

George Davis 
Biology 



Dorothy Baciitell Edney 

Biology 

Neal D. Frazier 
English 

Otis L. Freeman 
Manual Arts 

Mary M. Frizzell 
Elementary Education 



T. J. Golightly 
Education 

B. B. Gracy 

Agriculture 

Dorothy Duckworth 
Home Economics 





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Geography 

Eva Mae Burkett 
English 

Phillip M. Cheek 

Foreign Language 

(In U. S. Army) 

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Biology 

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Manual Arts 





Mary M. Frizzell 
Elementary Education 

T. J. Golightly 
Education 

B. B. Gracy 
Agriculture 

Dorothy Duckworth 
Home Economics 





Ollie Greex 
Chemistry' 

Mary Hall 
Education 



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Baxter Hobgood 
Social Science 

C. C. Sims 
History 



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Claytox L. James 
Social Science 

Horace G. Joxes 
Mathematics 



Nance Jordan 
Physical Education 

(in U. S. Navy) 

William B. Judd 
Social Science 



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Education 

Elizabeth Schardt 
Foreign Languages 





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^VILLIA^I M. AIeka.ve 

Chemistry 

(In U. S. Navy) 

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Commerce 

Katiierixe Moxohan 
History 

Myrtle Agnes Nelson 
Home Economics 

Anne Ordway 
English 



ToMMiE Reynolds 
Physical Education 

Hester Rogers 

Art 

Ruby Taylor Sanders 
Music 

E. May Saunders 
Alitsic 

J. C. Waller 
Education 





Grace P. Daxiel 
Hostess 

W. C. Hastings 
Engineer 

J. S. Holmes 
Bursar 

Jeax Thaxtox 
Secretary to Peaii 

G. I. Rock 
Dietician 

W. K. McCharex 
Librarian 

BoxxiE McHenry 
Secretary to President 

Margie Mitchell 
Director of Dormitories 

Bettie Murfree 
Librarian 

T. B. WOODMORE 

Business Manager 

W. X. ^^'00DRUFF 

Xiglit WatcJunan 

J. H. Bayer 
Farm Supervisor 

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TRAINING SCHOOL 



During the tour years we, as students, ])ursue 
a definite course of study. Those choosing teacher 
training reaHze the importance of actual instruc- 
tion at the Training School. It is here where pro- 
spective teachers come in contact with the ever 
present problems of young people and where 
they gain an introduction to the progressive 
methods of teaching by actual experience. 

The Training School students obtain a taste 



of democratic living in both their classrooms and 
in participation in student government. The prac- 
tice teachers obtain an understanding of the 
methods of democratic instruction and student 
guidance. 

Certainly the Training School is a very essential 
part of the Tennessee State College and an im- 
]3ortant training center for the teachers of to- 
morrow. 



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Mary Frances Snell 
English 

Mrs. Andrena Brixey 
Sixth Grade 

AIarguerite Harrison 
Second Grade 

Charlotte W^iley 
Home Economics 

Harris Harvill 
Social Science and Science 

Frances Snell 
Geography 

Ann Ashley 
Fifth Grade 

Frank E. Bass 
Director 

Mary Alice Smith 
Fijth and Sixth Grades 

Mrs. Sewell Manly 
Third Grade 

Mrs. Scott Williams 
First Grade 

Lera Covington 
Librarian 

Eleanor \'. Robertson 
Fourth Grade 

Margaret Lowe 
Social Science 

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Roy Simpson 
Principal 





ASSOCIATED STU 



The Associated Student Body and student government, to some, suggests 
nothing. To others, those who are less indifferent, it presents a challenge. 
It is an opportunity for us to gain our first experiences in working together 
for the betterment of the institution in which we find ourselves. It is 
definitely a step forward, provided the student body, without taking it for 
granted, attempts to make it stronger. 

There are several obstacles to student government — namely, misunder- 
standing on the part of some as to its objectives, lack of cooperation, failure 
to participate in student activities and constant "knocking." 

Student government demands an intelligent student body, willing to face 
problems and arrive at the best possible solution. Only through actual 
participation may we learn self-di.scipline, social responsibility, and tlie 
privileges of a democracy. 

In spite of the fact that student government is handicapped because there 
is a seemingly overwhelming problem facing the youth of today, w-e iinist 
not permit our interest in a very worth-while setup to wane. This presents 
a challenge to all student bodies who will follow us — a challenge to preserve 
the one aspect of democracy we have on the campus. 



Frances W.\lker 
\"uc-Prcsidcnt 



Left to rifiht—RnycE Rrh.vrds, attunicy ycncral . GtRMmxi-: Pii.\ki;is, secretary: Jimmy J.\cksox, president: 
Frances Walker, vice-president; Jean Smith, tieauiui 




Executive D epart in e ut 



DENT BODY 



Lcjt to riyht— Maury Smartt ; Bettie AIcCampbell ; J axe Maxwell; Leon DeLoziek, chief lustier 
Left to ritjht— Margaret Bruner; Joe McCrary; Blanihe Cmcik; Maikv Smartt; Fvf'lyn Carroll 
reeordwij secretary: Franxes Walker, chairman; Geraldixe Pharris; Jean Smith- Wii^on Patton ' 
Louise Ralston; Rublkt Fexstekmacher ; Jessie Baxter. 




Supreme Court 



Congress 



W o ui en' s Dor m itory Con n ctl 

Left to right, first rou'— AIiss Margie Mitchell, faculty adviser; Margaret Bruner, president; Carolyn 
Cook, vice-president; Elizabeth Ladd, secretary. Second rozc— Odelle Shoffner; Frances Walker, 
honorarv member: Lurv JoxEs; Patricia Hope; Geraldine Pharris. 




Men' s Dormitory Council 



Left to right, first roic— Bill Mitchell; Royce Richards, chairman; Bob Burkett. Second roec— Burton 
Nelson, Eugene Cartwright, Joe Nunley, Sam Rawls. 




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Greer Wiggins, Imogene Ross, Mr. Knox MgCharen, Hewi.ette Burton, Eugene 
Cartwright, Joe McCrary 



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OFFICERS 

Eugene Cartwright President 

Joe McCrarv I'ice-Presicieiif 

Imogene Ross Seeretai-y 

Hewlette Burton Treasurer 

Greer Wiggins Serc/eaiil at .4r)iis 

Mr. Knox McCharen Sponsor 



The Senior Class 

Carolyn Adams Murfreesboro ^ 

English, Physical Education, Speech; Dramatic C'IuIj, '41, '-12, tt 

President, '43; Best Actress, Major Role, '42; W. A. A., '41. ^ 

Reporter, '42, Vice-President, '43; Girls' Intramural Manager, 
'43; Sidc-Lines. '42, Circulation Manager, '43; Assistant Editur, 
The Midlander, '42; Who's Who. '43; Tau Omicron. '43; 
Most Versatile Girl. '43. 

MiVAN Barnes Prospect 

Home Economics, English, Science; W. A. A.. 43; Home 
Economics Club, '43; Transfer from Martin College. 

Irene Becton Christiana 

Education, Social Science. 

Walter Mai Bell Eagleville 

Home Economics. Science, Social Science; Dramatic Cluh. '40; 
Home Economics Club, '40, '41, Reporter, '42, President, '43. 

.Anna Lou Bethel ,-„. Aubunitown 

Home Economics, Social Science. Science; Home Economics 
Club, '40. '43. 

Mable Bowling Murfreesboro 

Ph.vsical Education. English. Social Science; Glee Club, '41; 
W. A. A.. '41, '42, Reporter. '43. 

Mar(;aret Bruner ^ CciUerville 

English, Languages, Speech; Dramatic Club, '42, Alternate 
President, '43; President of Student Council, '43; Congress. 
'43; Who's Who. '43; Tau Omicron, Vice-President, '43; The 
MiDLANDER Staff, '43; S. C. C. '42. '43; Transfer from 
Brenau College 

J. T. Bryan Murfreesboro 

Industrial Arts, Social Science, English. 

J. C. Buchanan, Jr Waverly 

Industrial Arts. English. Social Science; Sigma Club, '43; 

I. R. C, '43; Intramural Honor Roll, '42. /l ■ ^ , ,,^ 

LiLA Scott Buchanan Murfreesboro 

Social Science, Commerce, Ph.vsical Education; W, A. A., 
'42, '43. 




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The Senior Class 

Lake Burgess Etowah 

Iii.lustrial Arts, Education. Gcugvaiihy; Industrial Arts Club, 
'41, President, '41. 

Martha Hewlette Burton Mt. Juliet 

Social Science, Mathematics, English; Glee Club, '42, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, '43; Social Committee, '4j; Treasurer of 
Senior Class. '43; S. C. U., '43. 

Danxv Buterbaugh Liberty 

Mathematics, Chemistry, Social Science; I. R. C, '41, '42, '43; 
S. C. U., '42, '43; Transfer from Cumberland University. 

Eugene Cartvveight Old Hickory 

English, History, Education; International Relations Club, 
■40, -41, '42. '43; Sigma Club, '42, '43; President of Senior 
Class, '43. 

Hazel Lenora Craig Springfield 

English, Social Science, History; Dramatic Club, '40, '42. 

Ladve Sue Crane Summertown 

Physical Education, Commerce; W. A. A., '40, '41, '42, 
Treasurer, '43. 

Otelia Curtis McMinnville 

Home Economics, English; Dramatic Club, '39, '40, '43; Glee 
Club, '39. '40, '42, '43; S. C. U., '39, '40, '42; W. A. A., '43. 

Emory G. Davenport Nashville 

Manual Arts, Physical Education, Biology; Football, '40, '41, 
'42, Captain, '43; Basketball, '40, '41, '43, Captain. '42; T 
Club. '41. '42, Secretary-Treasurer, '43; Moffitt House Coun- 
cil, '43. 

Leon DeLozier Murfreesboro 

Conmierce, Social Science, Geography; Dramatic Club, '40, 
'41, '42, '43; Forensic Club, '41, '42; I. R. C, '40, '41, Presi- 
dent, '42, '43; Vice-President of Sophomore Class, '41; Sidc- 
Liiu-s. '42, '43; Business Manager, The Midlander, '43; 
Who's Who, '43; Most Versatile Boy, '43. 

Dora Deane DePriest Linden 

Hume Economics, English, Science; Home Economics Club, 
'41, '42, '43; Dramatic Club, '41, '42; Glee Club, '41, '42; 
Transfer from Martin College. 



The Senior Class 

Jo Frances Donnell Watertown 

Mathematics, English, Commerce; Orchestra, '42. '4.i; S. C. U.. 
'41, Vice-President. '42. Secretary-Treasurer. '4,>; Band. '42; 
Tail Omicron. 42. President. '43; Transfer from Cumlierland 
University. 

Jane Justine Doster Murfreesboro 

English, Commerce, Education, Health and Physical Education; 
Glee Club, '41; Band, '42. 

Ralph W. Drve Nashville 

English, Biology, Social Science; Glee Clnb. 'J7, '39, '40, '42. 
'43; Dramatic Club, '37, '39, '40, '42, '43. 

Elizabeth Gore Carthage 

English, Social Science; Dramatic Club. '39, '40, '41; Sergeant 
at Arms of Sophomore Class, '41. 

Mary Hamblen Mt. Juliet 

English, Education, Home Economics; \V. A. A., '40. '41, '42; 
Home Economics Club, '40, '41, '42; Dramatic Club, "40; 
Band, '40, '41. '42. 

WiLMA Elizabeth Hensley Daisy 

Elementary Education, Physical Education, English; Transfer 
from Milligan College. 

Kathleen Hill Murfreesboro 

Mathematics, Chemistry, General Science; Debate Club, '41; 
Dramatic Club, '41; Transfer from Abilene Christian College. 

Margaret Hill Murfreesboro 

Social Science, Health and Physical Education. Education. 

John Hitt Murfreesboro 

English, Biology. Education. 

Jimmy Jackson Nashville 

Commerce. Physical Education. Education; Football, '39; 
Basketball, '39, '40, '41; Baseball, '40, '41; Vice-President of 
Freshman Class, '39; President of A. S. B., '43; Home Coming 
King. '43; Who's Who. '43; Bachelor of Ugliness, '43; T Club, 
'41, '42, Vice-President, '43; Boys' Dormitory Council, '42, '43. 





The Senior Class 

Sara Elizabeth Jackson ^ Antioch 

Home Ecoiiuniics, Social Science, Science; Treasurer uf Heme 
Economics Chib, '43; Secretary of A. C. E., '4.1. 

.M iLiiREi) Lipscomb Keith Nashville 

Home Economics. Science. Mechanical Drawing; Home Eco- 
nrniics CUilj, '41. '42, '4.!; Glee Club. '41, M.i; Manual Arts 

Hull, '42. 

DoxAED Knight Milton 

Music, Agriculture, Science; Orchestra, '42. '43; Band, '42; 
Men's Glee Club, '411, '41, '42, '43, President, '42, 

Thomas Cevot Layne Palmer 

Social Science, English; Dramatic Club, '39, '42; Sigma Club. 
X'ice-President. '42. President. '43; Supreme Court. '43. 

M Ain bi'ii.i.E Lingerfeet Athens 

English, Education, Music; Orchestra, '42, '43; Midlander 
StalT. '43. 

Marjorie a. Lo\'ELL Nashville 

Home Economics, Commerce. Social Science; Dramatic Club. 
'41. '42; Home Economics Club. '41. '42. Social Chairman, 
'43; I. R. C„ '41. 

Geiiri;ia Reeves Macgart Westmoreland 

H..me Economics Club. '43; Band. '43; Glee Cluh. '43; Trans- 
fer from Tennessee College for Women. 

.M.\rtiia Lee Major.. _- Lebanon 

Primary Education, English, Social Science; S. C. V .. '40. '41. 
'42, President, '43; Home Economics Club, '40, "41; Women's 
Dornntory Council. '42; Who's Who, '43. 

Kittie Mangrum Rockvale 

English. Social Science. Art, Commerce; Tan Omicron, '43. 

Doris ^L\son Tazewell, \'irginia 

Home Economics, Science, Social Science; Dramatic Club. '41; 
Home Economics Club, '43. 



The Senior Clas 



Lucille Sherrill Mason Beechgrove 

e. Mathematics, English; I. R. C., '43. 



5ettie McCampbell Franklin 

Social Science, Physical Education. English; Dramatic Cluli. 
'41, '42, Treasurer, '43; Lighting Award, '42, '4.!; \V. A. A., 
'41, Treasurer. '42, President, '43; Debate, '41. Secretary. 
'42; S. C. v., '43; Who's Who, '43; Sports Editor, The 
MiDLANDER, '43; Supreme Court, '43. 



Joe B. McCrary Murfreesboro 

Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing, Education; Industrial 
Arts Club, President, '43: Congress Member, '43; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Senior Class, '43; Who's Who, '43. 

Peggie Louise McCrary Murfreesboro 

Social Science, Commerce, Education; I. R. C, '41, '42, Vice- 
President, '43, 

Alice Wilson Mitchell Murfreesboro 

Social Science, English, Education; Band, '40, 

Robert Neel, Jr Murfreesboro 

Music, Sociology; Band, '40, '41, '42, '43; Orchestra, '40, '41, 
'42, '43; Vice-President of Band, '43; Vice-President of Or- 
chestra, '43; Student Director of Band, '42, '43. 

Carrie Partin Moiiteagle 

Home Economics, Science, Social Science; Secretary of Home 
Economics Club, '43, 

Dewey Pedigo Woodbury 

Commerce, Social Science, Education; I, R. C.. '40, '41 '42 
'43; Sigma Club, '41, '42, Secretary-Treasurer, '43; Football 
Manager, '43. 

Mary Elizabeth Pepper Springfield 

Music, English, History; College Accompanist, '40, '41, '42, 
'43; Band Sponsor, '39; Majorette, '40, '41; Girls' Glee Club 
President, '42, '43; Who's Who, '43; Orchestra, '40, '41, '42, 
'43; Dramatic Club, '40, '41; Student Christian Union, '40, 
'41; Director of "Pepperettes," '42, '43. 

Geraldine Pharris Granville 

Commerce, English, Education; Dramatic Club, '41; Organiza- 
tion Editor, The Midlander, '43; Secretary of A. S. B., '43; 
Girls' Dormitory Council, '43 ; Congress, '43 ; Who's Who, '43 ; 
Miss T. S. C, '43; Transfer from T. P. I. 





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The Senior Class 



Kathryn Rich Nashville 

English, French, Music; A. C. E., '41. '42, '43, President. '43; 
Band, '42, '43. 

RoYCE Richards Sparta 

Social Science, Physical Education, English; Attorney General 
of A. S. B., '43; Chairman of Boys' Dormitory Council, '43; 
Who's Who, '43; Sidc-Uiics Sports Editor, '40, '43; The 
MiDLANDER Staff, '43. 

J. B. RoBERSON Pikeville 

Biology. Art. Physical Education; Cheerleader, '43; Sidc- 
Liiics. '43; The Midlander Staff, '43. 

Imogene Ross Lynnville 

Home Economics. English, Science; Home Economics Club, 
'43; Secretary of Senior Class, '43; Transfer from Cumber- 
land University. 

Lad DIE RoYSTER McMiiinville 

Mathematics, Music, Industrial Arts; Band, '41, '42, '43; 
Orchestra, '41, '42, '43; Men's Glee Club, '41, '42, '43. 

Ruth Russell Murfreesboro 

English, Biology, Education. 

Jea.n Smith Linden 

English. Science. Education; W. A. A.. '40, '41, '42. '43; 
W, A. C. '41. '42. President. '42; Band, '40, '41, '42; 
Orchestra, '40, '41; Secretary of Science Club, '41; Treasurer 
of Junior Class, '42; Student Christian Union, '40, '41, '42, 
•43; Women's Dormitory Council, '41; Side-Lincs Staff, '41, 
'42. '43. Circulation Manager, '42; Congress, '43; Treasurer 
of A. S. B.. '43; Associate Editor. The Midlander, '42, 
Editor, '43; Tau Oniicron, '42. '43; Who's Who. '42. '43. 

Jane Snell Murfreesboro 

English. Education, Social Science; Supreme Court, 'Al; Glee 
Club, '40; Sophomore Football Sponsor, '41; Transfer from 
Teiniessee College. 

RuBYE Lee Snell Murfreesboro 

Home Economics. Science. Education; Debating Club. '40, '41, 
'42, President, '42; Dramatic Club, '41, '42, '43. 

.\[ary Elizabeth Stafford Chattanooga 

English, Social Science, Elementary Education; W. A. A., '41, 
'42, '43; Home Economics Club, '42, '43; Transfer from 
University of Chattanooga. 



The Senior Class 



Elaine Stepp Manchester 

Commerce, Social Science, Englisii; Home Economics Club, 
'41; W. A. A., '43. 

Stifanina T am euro Murfreesboro 

Commerce, Biology, Education. 

Tony Tamburo Murfreesboro 

Industrial Arts, Music, Education; Band. '39, '40, '41, '43; 
Orchestra. 

Thomas Clark Turney Auburntown 

Industrial Arts, Social Science, Education; I. R. C., '38, '42, 
'43. 

James Turney Auburntown 

Secondary Education. Mathematics, Health and Physical Edu- 
cation; Glee Club, '39. 

Alm vra Walkup Murfreesboro 

Education, English, Commerce. 

Fr.\.\ces Walker Drakesboro, Kentucky 

Home Economics, English, Social Science; Vice-President, 
Student Body, '43; Home Economics Club, '41, '42, '43, Vice- 
President, '42; Women's Council, '41, Secretary, '42, Presi- 
dent, '43 : Chairman of Congress, '43 ; Chairman of Social 
Committee, '43; Tau Omicron, '42, '43; Who's Who, '43. 

Edwin Cato White Hartsville 

Secondary Education, English, Social Science; Sigma Club, 
'43 ; Transfer from David Lipscomb College. 

Greer Wiggins Shelby ville 

Physical Education, Agriculture, Social Science; T Club, '42, 
'43; Manager of Baseball, Basketball, Football, '42, '43; Base- 
ball, '42; Sergeant at Arms, Senior Class. '43; Boys' Intra- 
mural Manager, '43, 

J. E. (Jack) Wilkes Nashville 

Social Science, English, Education; Transfer from Martin 
College. 





Wilson Patton, Maurv Smartt. Evelyn Carroll, Bill Burkett, Mr. B. B. Gracy 



The Junior cuss 

OFFICERS 

Bill Burkett President 

Jimmy Summers (replaced by Wilson Patton) Vice-President 

Sara Young (replaced by Lucia Smith) Secretary 

Evelyn Carroll Treasurer 

Maury Smartt Scrcjeant at Arms 

Mr. B. B. Gracy Sponsor 



T Jj e Junior Class 

Louise Beasley Murfreesboro 

Jean Bomar Centreville, Alabama 

AxDY Brooks Bridgeport, Alabama 

RoL Broun Murfreesboro 

William Burkett Watertowii 

Evelyn Carroll Tullaboma 

Billy Cartwright Shelby ville 

Marcus Charles Murfreesboro 

Charles Chitwood Red Boiling Springs 

Carolyn Cook Murfreesboro 

Retta Cravens Jamestown 

Mary Helen Crawley Sale Creek 

Ralph DeLozier Murfreesboro 

\'iRGiNiA Denton Ooltewah 

Dorothy Donxell Murfreesboro 

Jacqueline Earle McMinnville 

Christine Elliott Tracy City 

Katherine Gillespie Eagieville 

Martha Nelson Gordon Christiana 

George Grau Tullahoma 

BiLLiE Green Manchester 





T Jje Junior Class 

Mrs. Marion Bradford Greene--- Nashville 

James Harney Murfreesboro 

Martha Ann Haynes Murfreesboro 

Louise Head Springfield 

Sid Huggins Watertown 

Edna Jackson Eagleville 

Gordon Jennings Liberty 

Laura Jones Prospect Station 

Gerald Jordan Fosterville 

Frances Knight Murfreesboro 

Jim Butler Lane Murfreesboro 

Jennings Link ^-Portland 

William Mitchell Sparta 

Marjorie Moon Franklin 

Bl^rton Nelson Nashville 

Joe Nunley Chapel Hill 

Gerald Parchment Cumberland City 

Virginia Paschall Nashville 

Wilson Patton Watertown 

Charles Phillips Nashville 

Louise Ralston Eagleville 



T Jo e ] unior Class 

Nellie Dean Reid Murfreesboro 

Elizabeth Robertson Murfreesboro 

Bruce Robinson Decherd 

Harvey Seay ; Franklin 

Odelle Shoffner Wartrace 

Olga Sims Murfreesboro 

Richard Sims Murfreesboro 

Ruth Taylor Slinkard Murfreesboro 

Maury Smartt Mt. Juliet 

Lucia Smith Overall 

RuBYLiE Smith Hartsville 

Marie Stark Cross Plains 

Jean Stepp Manchester 

Frances Stone Shelbyville 

Irene Stone Columbia 

Jimmy Summers Harrington 

Lucille Tittsworth Shelbyville 

Grady Todd Murfreesboro 

AsHTON Wood Normandy 

Bryant Turner Hurricane Mills 

Jane Wright Lebanon 





ioB BuRKETT, Sara Jo Tkm pi.etijn, Jdhn Wooten 



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Soph 



omore ciass 



OFFICERS 

Bob BrRKETT President 

Charles Arendale Vice-President 

Sara Jo Templeton Secretary 

John Wooten Treasurer 

Hunter Reasonover Sergeant at Arms 

Mrs. Marion Edney Sponsor 



The Sophomore Class 



Frances Ball Murfreesboro 

Jessie Baxter Hampshire 

Horace Beasley Murfreesboro 

Ann Boyd Tullahoma 

Mary Kate Bragg Shelbyville 

Lewis Brinkley Murfreesboro 

Christine Brown Cross Plains 

Jane Brown Murfreesboro 

Evelyn Broyles Fayetteville 

Robert Bundy Murfreesboro 

Bob Burkett ^-_Watertown 

Karris Campbell McMinnville 

Elizabeth Clements Shelbyville 

Virginia Cummins Harts ville 

Edith Davis Lawrenceburg 

Frances Davis Cornersville 

Sarah Louise Dean Shelbyville 

Claudine Denton McMinnville 

Jessie DePriest Linden 

Cornelia Geraldine DoNOHO-__MitcheIlville 
James Justin Doster Murfreesboro 

Faye Eastland Waynesboro 

Allita Edwards Waynesboro 

Margaret Nell Elliott Tracy City 





The Sophomore Class 



Jack Eugene Estes Smithville 

Mattie Pauline Frey Madison 

Frank Griffith Murfreesboro 

Julia Elizabeth Grigsby AUisona 

Emma Deere Hailey Lexington 

Nancy Holman Springfield 

Margaret Alice Hoover Christiana 

Martha Ellen Ikard Decherd 

Maggie Mae Johnston Fayetteville 

Lucy Jones Prospect 

Elizabeth Ladd Williamsport 

Frances Lamb Murfreesboro 

Margaret Mackey Whitwell 

^[ary Martin Chattanooga 

Jane NL^xwell Eagleville 

Ann McCollum McMinnville 

Dorothy McLaughlin Nashville 

Elva McMahon Chattanooga 

Joseph Money _, Wartrace 

LuciNDA Nixon Lancaster 

Mary Sue Odom Murfreesboro 

\L\rgaret Prigmore Whitwell 

Charles Howard Qualls Murfreesboro 

Hunter Reasonover Lebanon 



The SophoiJiore Class 

Margaret Richardson Watertown 

Jean Sanders Murfreesboro 

Robert Andrew Saxders Murfreesboro 

Geraldine Scott --Watertown 

Ruth Mary Shadow Murfreesboro 

James Belton Simpson St. Joseph 

Margaret Sisco Mt. Pleasant 

Fred Ross Stewart Fayetteville 

Jane Usher Stone Nashville 

Tom Suddarth Hendersonville 

Luther Manley Taylor . Nashville 

Sara Jo Templeton Huntlancl 

Peggve Thompson Mt. Pleasant 

Bill Tuley Carthage 

Lecta Mae Walker Celina 

Wealthia Lee Walker Celina 

Carolyn Webb Murfreesboro 

George Welker Cumberland City 

Grace Williams Hi.xson 

Martha Williams Rockvale 

Bobby Joe Womack Shelbyville 

Randall Coleman Wood Arrington 

John Wooten Lafayette 

Betty Yeager Lively McMinnville 

John Marvin Young Rucker 






















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OFFICERS 

Bill Beasley President 

Bill Nisbett ]'icc-Prcsidcnt 

Flora Eskew Secretary 

Nancy Zumbro Treasurer 

Bill Blackman Sergi-aiit at Arms 

Miss Jean Thaxton Sponsor 



The Frfshman Class 



Jean Berryhill Adams Murfreesboro 

Jean Volney Agee Lebanon 

John Alsup Murfreesboro 

Louise Arnold Murfreesboro 

Marshall Bailey Loretta 

Dorothy Baker Nashville 

William Madison Beasley Murfreesboro 

Bill Blackman Murfreesboro 

N'irginia Roy Bragg McMinnville 

Mary Gordon Bridges Murfreesboro 

Betty Bernice Bridgewater , Lebanon 

Betty Brown Murfreesboro 

Katie Burger Woodbury 

Wilburn Lee Burkett Watertown 

Jessie Burton Mt. Juliet 

Samuel Ewing Campbell Murfreesboro 

Ara Dell Cantrelt Smithville 

John Garett Cathey Lewisburg 

^L\RY Chenault Nashville 

Emma Gene Clements Dickson 

Ann Coggin Goodlettsville 

Virginia Cobb Readyville 

Blanche Cook Hartsville 

Joyce Dale Nashville 













T/:?^ Freshman Class 



Sandell Dalton Murfreesboro 

Margaret Davidson Columbia 

Helen DeFriese Birchwood 

Samuel Dever Nashville 

Kavrene Dickens Unionville 

Rebecca Eichenberger Belvidere 

Flora Eskew Lebanon 

Robert James Fe.n'stermacher Murfreesboro 
George Fisher Greenbrier 

Lyle Fulton Nashville 

RuBv Gordon Christiana 

Nell Grizzle Gassaway 

Marian Hankins Lebanon 

Helen Harmon Wartrace 

Frances Harrison Lynchburg 

Mary Ruth Holman Springfield 

Patricia Hope Shelbyville 

Leanell Hudson Murfreesboro 

Norma Jeanne Huffman Manchester 

Isabelle Ikard Murfreesboro 

BiLLiE Jo Jared Murfreesboro 

Elizabeth Ann Jared Murfreesboro 

Robert Jenkins Hillsboro 

Flo Jenkins Red Boiling Springs 



The Freshman Class 

Mary Evelyn Jones Murfreesboro 

Mary Jordan College Grove 

Nelda Dawn Kaiser Lynnville 

Glen Kinnard Columbia 

Jane Kittrell Carthage 

Dean Knight Jamestown 

Norman Lane Birchwood 

Roberta Lankford McMinnville 

Herman Lassiter Nashville 

Elizabeth Jane Lawrence Murfreesboro 

Virginia Reed Ledbetter , Linden 

Talvne Major Lebanon 

Hilary Martin Nashville 

Mildred Martin Martin Springs 

Carolyn Miller Cleveland 

Marv Miller Murfreesboro 

Bill Nisbett Murfreesboro 

Evelyn Osborne Watertown 

Ray Patterson Red Boiling Springs 

Margaret Patton Watertown 

Patricia Paty Bell Buckle 

JuANiTA Perry Fayetteville 

Ray Phillips Nashville 





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The Freshman Class 



Chaui.ev Powell Cliristiana 

Marjorie Ragsdale Smyrna 

Vernice Jasper Ragsdale Arlington 

Charlotte Rice Shelbyville 

Sam Rawls Nashville 

Samuel Ray Nashville 

Larry Richards Woodbury 

Henry Russell Murfreesboro 

Mary Jordan Sanders Shelbyville 

Mildred Shaw Shelbyville 

Jeneal Smith Ardmore 

Reese Smith Nashville 

Geraldine Smotherman Overall 

Jackie Marie Stallings Beech Grove 

Frances Tate Linden 

E\ELYN Turner Lebanon 

Marion Vosburg Murfreesboro 

L'Wanna Wommack Lebanon 

Eunice Wilcox Chapel Hill 

Oma Wilson Murfreesboro 

M AxiNE Woods Murfreesboro 

Kathrvn Wright Jamestown 

Jack Yearwood Nashville 

Nancy Zumbro Murfreesboro 





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F O O 



THE COACHING STAFF— L<7/> to nyht. Line Coach O. L. 

Freeman, Assistant Coach Nance Jordan (in service, U. S. N.), 

Head Coach E. W. Midgett. 



In spite of the loss of twenty-six men to 
tlie armed forces, the Bkie Raiders enjoyed 
their most successful season since 1937. 
Their record of four wins and one tie 
against two losses does not fully summarize 
the spirit, work, and ability that character- 
ized Coaches Midgett and Freeman's Blue 
Raiders. With both the coaching staff and 
the vastl_\-reduced squad knowing that the 
only hope ft)r a good season was in plenty 
of work and cooperation, the team began to 
take shape. 

The Raiders opened the season against 
Memphis State at Memphis. Everyone was 
in readiness for this game, and the small 
band of warriors from T. S. C. jjrevailed, 
21-13, in an exciting game. 



Bob Burkett, Back 
Jim Lane, Back 



Emory Davenport, Captain. Center 
!iLL Nisbett, CcuIcv. litich 



Bii.i, Bi'RKETT, Captain, Back 
M Aiuv .^\i ARTT, Back 



5ILL Blackman, Back 
!iLLV Cartwright, Back 




T B A L L 



The Troy, Alabama, game was taken on hdiue ground with 
the score of 20-0. The work of Bola and Bill Burkett. Charlie Phil- 
lips, and the line, en masse, was w(.)nderful. 

The following week Camp Forrest fell at the mercy of the red. 
white, and blue team with the score of 26-7. Everyone saw service 
in this game, and the play of the reserves was very heartening. 

Maryville College came to Murfreesboro with a fine team, but 
bowed in the mud to the Raiders with a score of 19-13. Phillips. 
Suddarth. Brooks, Reasonover. the P.urketts. and Xesbitt were the 
outstanding plavers. 

Then came the trip to Tamjia which had been looked forward 
t(.) with mucli enthusiasm. After a long journey to Tampa, the 
Raiders fell before the Tampa eleven by the score of 0-13. The 
heat and Tampa's reserve players were the main differences be- 
tween the fighting forces. The respect gained by the Tennesseans 
in Tampa more than balanced the loss, for the Raiders were greatlv 
admired for their praiseworthv action. 




Managers 



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.•\n-dy Brooks. Tackle 
Km. Brdwx. Ciiaid 



Tom SrnDARTH. Tackle Charles CuiTwodn Giiaid 

Jack \i;\k\\. f;inn-,l HrxTER Keascinon er Uiiaid 



WrxrHPR Phiiiips, Fiid 
h i}\\ \Rii Tiihnmin Tnd 





Reese Smith, Tinkle 
Geokce Grav, Center 
Glen Kinnaud, Guard 



Sam Rawi.s, P.iid 
Hilary Maktln. 'inttrd 
LvLE Fl'LTON, Tackle 



George Fisheu. liitd 
Herman Lasslfek, /ii/i7.' 



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Returning home, the Raiders met the the whole team giving a commendalile per- 

Murray Thoroughbreds, and. though running forniance. 

up overwhehuing odds in the statistics cokimn. At last came November 25 and the home- 

they managed only to get a 14-14 tie. I^xcellent coming game against T. P. I. On the second 

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Cheerleaders 

Left lo rinht — Patricia Hope, 
J. B. RoBERsox, Flora Eskew. 
iNot ill picture — Sara Youni;, 
Bill Beaslev, Burton Nelson- ) 

Football 
Squad 

Left to right, front row — Bon Btr- 
KETT, Charles Phillips, Tom 
Suddarth, Bill Burkett, Jack 
Yearwood, Andy Brooks, Ed- 
ward Johnson, George Fisher. 
Second row — Jim B. Lane, Her- 
man Lassiter, Rol Brown, Bill 
Cartwright, Bill Blackman, 
Hunter Reasonover, Captain 
Emory Davenport, Lyle Fulton. 
Third roxc — Wilburn Burkett, 
Glen Kinnard, Sam Rawls, 
Maury Smartt, Reese Smith, 
Bill Nesbitt. 




gun," received a fractured leg and had to leave 
the field. The Raiders were defeated 7-25, 
although the score cannot hy any means indi- 
cate the difference in the teams. It can easilv 
he said that every Raider gave his utmost and 
that T. P. I., although victorious, knew that 
they had played the game of their lives. 

( )f this year's foothall season it should he 
said that the work of Coaches Midgett and 



Freeman, along with the help of Rev. Keller- 
man and the fighting spirit and ahility of the 
Blue Raiders, gave the school its most success- 
ful season in ahout six vears. 

Although most of the hoys are in the 
service now, this season should he rememhered 
as their supreme effort to hring the fame and 
glory that only such a foothall team can bring. 




WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

. The purpose of the Women's Athletic Association has always been to develop good sportsman- 
ship, cooperation, and active interest in the sports. This year along with the above purpose, the 
W. A. A. has been the leader ii: the new intramural system set up this fall by the two directors of 
physical education. Miss Tommie Reynolds and Mr. B. B. Gracy, Jr., and the intramural class. 

The W. A. A. is the only organization on the campus that allows girls to receive awards in 
athletics. By participation in any of the sports, and a certain number of points, entitles the student 
to the special awards, including monograms, sweaters, and medals. 

Governing the setup is the council of the W. A. A. officers, and the intramural general man- 
ager and team managers, who plan the program, initiate new members, and make the awards. 

The major sports for the fall and winter quarters were volleyball, basketball, and tumbling. 
Under the able leadership of the six intramural managers the double round-robin volleyball tourna- 
ment was a tie between the Orioles, managed by Evelyn Osborne, and the Pelicans, managed by 
Pat Hope, until the Orioles took the play-off game and capped the volleyball crown for the 1942 
season. Nine All-Stars were chosen from the six teams. 




Women's 

Athletic 

Council 

Left to right, first rozv — Carolyn 
Adams, vkc-prcsidcnt ; Peggye 
Thompson, hiking sponsor; Sue 
Crane, treasurer; Mable Bowl- 
ing, reporter; Bettie McCamp- 
BELL, president. Second row — 
Mary Helen Crawley, voUeyhall 
sponsor; Jean Smith, co-sponsor ; 
Willie Paschall, tumbling spon- 
sor; Virginia Cummins, secretary. 
Other members — Lila Bithanan, 
goal-hi sponsor: and Mi\an 
Barnes, ping-pong sponsor. 



Special 
Awards 



Left to right — Bettie McCamp- 
bell, sivcatcr. letter, and intra- 
mural medal ; Jean Smith, szveater, 
letter, and intramural medal; Car- 
olyn Adam.s, siceater. letter, and 
intramural medal. 



Basketball 
All -Stars 



Left to light, first coif— Betty 
Brown, Mivan Barnes, Patri- 
cia Hope. Second con' — Lila 
Buchanan, Louise Arnold, Oma 
Wilson. 



Tiinibl'nig 
All-Stars 

Left to rigitt — \'ircinia Paschall, 
Jessie Baxter, Carolyn Adams. 



Volleyball 
All-Stars 

First rozi', left to right — Patricia 
Hope, Virginia Cummins, Jessie 
Baxter. Lecta Mae Walker. 
Second coir — Bettie McCamp- 
bell, Carolyn .Adams, Mary 
Helen Crawley, Jean Smith. 





1. Girls' team managers: Bowliuii. Ho/^c, Ji'ilsnii, Cummins. Buchanan. Osborne. 
Tommic Rcynnlds. (lirrcfor of tiirls' i)itranuirals. . . . 4. Cartilyn .-Idanis. (lirls' ;/: 
up! ... 6. Safe! 



. . 2. The finish! . . . 3. Miss 
eral umnai/er. . . . 5. Batter 



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SCHOOL 



• Women's Intramurals. The women's ba.sketliall t(nirnament was scheduled to be run off 
with one night game and two afternoon games a week for the entire winter quarter. The season 
ended with "another play-off of a tie by the Herons and Cardinals. The Herons, led by Manager 
Virginia Cummins, bested the Redbirds, managed by Jessie DePriest, ?>i-i7 . in a tilt that was 
nip and tuck from the start. 

Tumbling was sponsored by "Willie" Paschail and climaxed by a chapel program March 5. 
Because of the increased interest in tumbling this year, this sport was promoted from a minor to 




1. Grccr Wiggins, hoys' gciicrol iihiihu/cr. . . . 2. Mr. B. B. Gracy. director of hoys' intraiiuirals. . . . 3. Scrz'c! 
4. Boys' team managers: Woods. Muggins. Richards. Sniarlt. Xunlcy. Scay. . . . ?. Girls' haskcthall tounianicnt. 
6. Two points! 

INTRAMURALS 



a major activity. Three tunil)ling all-stars were chosen from the acrobatic group of eleven. 

Outstanding among spring activities are Softball, field and track, horseshoes, and tennis. When 
this book went to press. April 10. softball was underway with the Pelicans and Orioles leading 
in wins. 

The high point of the entire program was the spring hike of the week end beginning April 30. 
A large representation of the W'. A. A. enjoyed a couple of days of "ruffing" it at Standing Stone 
Park. Hike sponsor was Peggye Thompson. 




ALL SCHOOL INTRAMURALS 



• SMen's Intramtirals uiuk-r the guidance of Director P>. ]>. Gracy, Jr., took on an added load 
this year, because of the single intercollegiate sport, football. The intranuu-al ])rograni fitted in 
with non-competitive sports for the boys' participation. 

Touch football began the season and ended with the Cardinals, managed by Royce '"Doc" 
Richards, nosing out Sid Huggins' Pelicans for the title. The all-stars were named by Mr. Gracy 
and Greer Wiggins, student intramural manager for the boys. The runner-up Pelicans placed 
three men on the team and the Champs placed two. Two Ravens and one Parakeet made up the 
eight men who were given five points to their credit in the scoring of the intramural program. The 
newly organized boys' intramural program is being run on the point system where every sport 
is to carry the same weight in the accumulation of one individual score. 

The winter quarter sport, l)asket1)all, came to a close March ^ with the Herons, managed by 
Laddie Royster, being crowned winners by virtue of their win (jver the Parakeets, led by Ashton 
Wood, 54-47. The Herons made a clean sweep of the tourney, winning five games while losing 
none. All-stars were chosen from the six teams. The Herons placed three men on the Upper 
Eight List. Two Orioles, one Raven, one Pelican, and one Parakeet made up the all-stars. 

Because of the few lioys in school during the spring quarter and the increased program of 
soldier physical training, no formal sports were planned. The boys who were interested in tennis, 
field and track, and Softball ran ofT a tournament of their own. 



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•issocialc editor; Jean Smith, cdilur: 

■'Uliir; J. B. RoiiERsoN. siuifshnt 

" Pharris </h(/ Jacijuelixe 

'~Li., n'iDiii-n'i s/'orts: 



.■IV growing iiKJre and more Cdnscious ol 
Ui^.. .^vcUtv to the ideal of democratic government. Tlie 

staff ha.s tried to sliow how the ahimni. student 1iody, and faculty are contri1)uting to the war 
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Left to right, first rozc — Greer ^^''IGGINS, sports: ^'IRGI^•IA Paschall, associate editor; Jean Smith, editor; 
Carolyn Adams, associate editor. Second rozv — Margaret Bruner, class editor; J. B. Roeerson, snapshot 
editor; RovCE Richards, assistant business manager. Other inendiers — Geraldine Pharris and Jacqueline 
Earle, organization editors; Leon DeLozier, business manager; Bettie McCampbell, luonien's sports; 
Joe McCrary, assistant business manager. 



T he Midland er 

As The Midlander goes to press, Americans are hourly growing more and more conscious of 
their nation and the rising significance of loyalty to the ideal of democratic government. The 
staff has tried to show how the alumni, student body, and faculty are contributing to the war 
program. 



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Left to nyht . prsi ro'a' — Jeax Smith, jcaturcs: Marcl's Charles, business inanaticr: Rcjl Browx, editor; 
BuRTcix Nelson, associate editor: Rdvce Richards, sports. Seeoiid rcio — Mary Helen Crawley, cireiila- 
tioii : Carolyn Adams, reporter: J. B. Roberson, reporter. Other iiieiiiliers — Carolyn Webb. Mary 
Chenault, Isabelle Ikari). Robert F'enstermacher. 



T be S ide-L'tii e s 

Tlic Sides-Lines keeps the student body and alumni informed in regard to tlie activities on the 
campus, and provides those interested in journahsm opportunitv for jiractical experience in that 
field. The jiaper took on a new duty two years ago of pul)hcizing the college and its students 
throuuhout the state. 



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TAU OMICRON 
OFFICERS 

Prcsidciil 
Jo Frances Donnell 

I'icc-P resident 
Margaret Bruner 

Secretary 
Louise Beasi.ey 

Treasurer 
Martha Gordon 

Sj^onsors 

Miss Hester Rogers 

Miss Elizabeth Schardt 



SIGMA CLUB 
OFFICERS 



President 
Eugene Cartwright 

Vice-President 
Clyot Layne 

Secretary 
Dewey Pedigo 

Sl>onsor 
Mr. Neal Frazier 



T a II O micro n 

Tan Omicron, an honorarv society for gjiiis, was (jrganized liy faculty menihers in 1930. Meni- 
bershi]) is based on scholarship, leadership, and character. This society strives to promote scholar- 
ship and to uphold the standards and ideals of the institution. 

LeU to riyht, first rcru — Miss Schardt, Louise Beasley, Margaret Bruner, Jo Frances Donnell, ^Iartha 
Gordon, Jean Smith, Miss Rogers. Second i-om'— Kittie Mae Mangrum, Rubye Lee Snell, Mary Helen 
Cr.wvley, Frances Walker, Carolyn Adams, Odelle Shoffner, Elizabeth Robertson. 



Sig m a Club 



The Sigma Club of T. S. C. grew out of the Research Club which was founded in 1925 by Mr. 
Neal Frazier. It is an honorary organization composed of serious-minded men working along in- 
tellectual lines and worthy aims. 

Left to riylit, first cdil'— Donald Knight, Eugene Cartwrhiht, Clyot Lane, Dewky Pedigo. .Second 
,-oM,— Wilson Patton, John Randall Smith, J. C. Buchanan, Ashton Wood, Cato White. Ralph De- 
Lozier, James Harney. 




Left to right, first rozu — Andy Brooks, Maurv Smartt, Emory Davenport. Second rozv — Bill Burkett, 
RoL Brown. Third ro'a' — Bill Blackman, Charles Phillips. Fourth roiv — Hunter Reasonover, Greer 
Wiggins. Fifth roia — Jack Yearwood, Lyle Fulton. Sixth roiv — Wilburn Burkett, Herman Lassiter, 
Glen Kinnard, Sam Rawls, Tom Suddarth, Reese Smith, George Grau, Charles Chitwood, Marcus 
Charles, Bob Burkett, Jimmy Jackson. 



OFFICERS 

President Maury Smartt 

J'iee-Presideiit Andy Brooks 

Secretary-Treasurer Emory Davenport 



T Club 

The T Clulj is composed of all men who have lettered in any major sport. The T Club was or- 
ganized to augment the standards of the men on the campus and to encourage participation in 
athletics. Many members have been lost to the armed service during the ])ast two years and many 
more are expected to leave before the end of this vear. 



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Lcjt to right, first rcnv — Otelia Cirtis. Jean Adams, Mi\an Barnes, Edna Jackson, Virginia Paschai.i., 
Elaine Stepp. Sciomi ckh'— Nancy Zumbro, Peggye Thcimpsun, Bettie McCampbell, Carolyn Adams, 
Sue Crane, Jessie Baxter. Third nnc— Jane Brown, Mary Helen Crawley, Mary Hamblen, Mabi.e 
Bowling, Jean Sanders, fourth coh'— Jean Smith, Margaret Sisco, Marie Stark, Patricia Hope, 
Charlotte Rice, Jessie DePriest, Evelyn Broyles. 



OFFICERS 

President Bettie McCampbell 

ficc-Prcsidcnt - Carolyn Adams 

Sccrctarv -. \'irginia Cummins 

Treasurer Sue Crane 

Co-Sponsor Jean Smith 



Women's Athletic Association 

The purpose of the ^\■onleIl's Athletic Association is to develop ijood sportsmanship, coo])era- 
tion, and an active interest in s])orts. To be eligible for inenibership it is necessary to earn one 
hundred ])oints by ])articii)ation in intramural contests. 



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INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB 
OFFICERS 

President 
Leon DeLozier 

J'icc-Presidciit 
Louise McCrary 

Secretary 
^L^RV Helen Crawley 

Sponsor 
Miss Monohan 



ASSOCIATION OF 
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
OFFICERS 

President 
Kathryn Rich 

J^icc-President 
George Welker 

Secretary 
Sara Jackson 

Treasurer 
Allita Edwards 

Sponsor 
Miss ^L\ry Frizzell 




lilt em a tio 11 a I Relations Club 

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a sincere interest in national and international 
problems. The topics of discussion this year have been the theatres of war and the plans for a 
permanent world peace. 

Lefl til rii/lit. first nr:e — Gerald Parchment, Miss Mo.nohan, Leon DeLozier, Louise McCrary, Sherrill 
^L\soN, Clark Turney. Second row — Danny Buterbaugh, James Harney, ^L^TTIE Prey, ^Lkry Helen 
Crawley, Dewey Pedigo. 



Association of Childhood Education 

The A. C. E.. an organization that is open to all students interested in elementary education, is 
affiliated with the national and state organizations. The purpose of the association is to train the 
teachers of young children that they might utilize all improved educational opportunities. 

Left to right, first rozc — Miss Frizzell, Allita Edwards, Sara Jackson, Kathryn Rich, George Welker, 
Jane Maxwell. Second mzi.' — Katie Burger, Roberta Lankford, Frances Davis, \'irginia Cobb, Robert 
Jenkins. Third roit.' — Jessie Baxter, Fred Stewart, John Cathey, Kayrene Dickens. 




STUDENT CHRISTIAN 
UNION OFFICERS 

Pycsidi'iil 
Martha Major 

Vice-President 
Carolyn Cook 

Vice-President 
Wilson Patton 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Jo Frances Donnell 

Reporter 
Elizabeth Ladd 

S/'onsor 
Dr. Charles D. Lewis 



BUCHANAN DRAMATIC 
CLUB OFFICERS 

President 
Carolyn Adams 

Vice-President 
Katherine Gillespie 

Treasurer 
Bettie McCampbell 

Sergeant at Anns 
Leon DeLozier 



Student Christian Union 

The Student Christian Union, n])en to all students, is an orijjanization which sijonsors the Sunday 
evening vesper services and the niidweekly devotionals held in the dormitories. The Christian 
Union also provides a Religious Emphasis Week, and a Christmas tree for the Wesley House 
children. 

Lcjt to right, first rozv — Blanche Cook, Martha Major, Jeneal Smith, Marcaret Davidson, Jo Frances 
Donnell, Margaret Bruner, Dr. Lewis. Second rozv — Carolyn Cook, Ashton Wood, Elizabeth Ladd, 
L'Wanna Wommack, Mary Jordan Sanders, Irene Stone, Martha Gordon, Jessie Baxter, Margaret 
Patton, Ruby Gordon, Jean Smith. 

Buchanan Dramatic Club 

During the year the Dramatic Cluh has been wholly a student activity. The club was allowed to 
continue only two C|uarters, but the work of that loyal group of students will be remembered. 
Mr. Neal Frazier acted as sponsor for the club. The two jiroductions were "Tovarich" and "The 
Ghost Train." 

/,('// /() right, first rozv — Bettie McCampbell, Carolyn Adams, Katherine Gillespie. Second rozv — Ralph 
Drye, Nancy Zumbro, Otelia Curtis, Billie Green, Bill Tuley. Third rozv — Margaret Bruner, Marie 
Stark, Blanche Cooke. Other members — Bill Nisbett, Flo Jenkins, Jacqueline Earle, Leon DeLozier, 
Ray Patterson, Gene Clements, Ralph DeLozier, Ruth Taylor, Carolyn Miller, Evelyn Broyles, 
Clyot Layne, Dot Baker, Marjorie Ragsdale, Mildred Sha\\', Virginia Paschall, Helen DeFriese. 




Lcjt to right, first mzv — Jim \i Smith, Miss Duckworth, Martha Ellen Ikard, Walter Mai Bell, 
Carrie Partin, Louise Ralston, Marjorie Lovell, Allita Edwards, Sara Jackson, Margaret 
Richardson, Miss Nelson, Imogene Ross. Second rozt/r^EvELYN Carroll, Reeves Maggart, Jessie Burton, 
Ruby Gordon, Margaret Patton, Martha Gordon, Frances Stone, Margaret Davidson, Margaret 
Prigmore, Frances Harrison, Joyce Dale, Mary Elizabeth Stafford, Jean Agee, Juanita Perry, 
Louise Head, Mary Ruth Holmax, Nancy Holman, Rubvlie Smith, Grace Williams, Edna Jackson. 



OFFICERS 

President Walter Mai Bell 

]' ice-President Geraldine Scott 

Treasurer Sara Jackson 

Secretary Carrie Partin 

Reporter Allita Edwards 

Sponsors Miss Duckworth, Miss Nelson 



H o 1)1 e E c o 11 o m I c s Club 

The Home Economics Clul) strives to liring about Ijetter social contacts lietween the students, to 
improve school and Iinine life, to set high standards for college girls, and to give the girls a 
knowledge of club work which will he useful after school davs are over. 



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Left to rit/ht. first row — Mr. Valdes, Carolyn Webb, John Young, Charley Powell, Tony Tamburu, 
Helen DeFriese, Kathryn Rich, Dorothy Soper, Helen Richardson, L'Wanna Wommack, Nelda 
Kaiser, Flo Jenkins, Nancy Zumbro, Jane Kittrell. Second roiv — Gladys Shadow, Elizabeth Ladd, 
Robert Fenstermacher, Laura Dew Jones, Reeves Maggart, Jane Lowry, Jean Sanders, Bill Young, 
Robert Neel. Third row — Donald Knight, Blanche Cook, Virginia Ball, Elizabeth Robertson, 
Louise Beasley, Justin Doster, Irene Stone, Maxine .Woods, June Meade, Joyce Dale, Frances 
Harrison. Fourth roiv — Bruce Robinson, Louise Head, Rubylie Smith, Nancy Holman, Edith Hinds 
Davis, Mary Hamblen, Justine Doster, Kayrene Dickens. Dorothy Baker, Juanita Reed, Norman Lane. 



OFFICERS 

President Irene Stone 

/ 'ice-President Robert Neel 

Treasurer Justin Doster 

Secretary Jean Sanders 



Band 

The band, under the direction of a most faithful and untiring leader, Mr. ^'aldes, has done much 
this year in providing musical entertainments for the school and at the same time providing an 
opportunity for those with musical talents to develop them more fully. 



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Left lo right, first row — Horace Beasley, Marcus Charles, Ralph Drye, Norman Lane, Flo Jenkins, 
Reeves Maggart, Sandell Dalton, Jean Bomar. Second rozv — X'irginia Roy Bragg, Carolyn Cook, 
Blanche Cook, Mary Chenault, Elva McMahon, Robert Jenkins, Bill Tuley, Donald Knight, 
Wilson Patton, Hewlette Burton, Otelia Curtis, Jessie Baxter, Ann McCollum. Third roiv — Faye 
Eastland, Gene Clements, Mary Martin, Kathryn Rich, Edith Hinds Davis, Irene Stone, Mary 
Jordan Sanders, Isabelle Ikard, Elizabeth Ladd. Other members — Farris Campbell, Nancy Zumbro, 
Nell Grizzle, Eunice Wilcox, \'irginia Cobb, Frances Tate, Jane Maxwell. 



ORCHESTRA OFFICERS 

President .. -Patricia Hope 

/ 'ice-President Robert Neel 

Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Robertson 

Librarian Helen DeFriese 

Director Ruby Taylor Sanders 



GLEE CLUB OFFICERS 

President Mary Elizabeth Pepper 

J'ice-PresidenI Claudine Denton 

Secretary Hewlette Burton 

Treasurer Jessie Baxter 

Director Miss E. May Saunders 



First Violins 
Mrs. Sanders, concert 

master 
Jean Kirtley 
Patricia Hope 
Robert Neel 
Jo Frances Donnell 
Helen DeFriese 



Second J'ioliiis 
Mrs. Briney 
Bob Womack 
Lucia Smith 
Maggie Mae Johnston 
Betty Yeager 
Juanita Robinson 



Cellos 
Mary Elizabeth Pepper 
Claudine Denton 
Elizabeth Robertson 

Double Basses 
Bruce Robinson 
Laddie Royster 
Clarinets 
Mr. \'aldes 
L. AL Taylor 



Trumpets 
Jean Sanders 
Frank Griffith 

Trombone 
Justin Doster 

Drum 
Jane Lusher 

Pianist 
Dorothy Baker 



Orchestra and Glee Club 

Musicallv inclined students find an outlet for their talents in these cluhs. The orchestra, under the 
direction of Mrs. Sanders, and the Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Saunders, provide 
numerous concerts throughout the year which include classical, semi-classical, and sometimes 
popular music. The climax of 1943 was the presentation of the opera. "Trial by Jury." 



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Carolyn Adams, Rul E;;u\\\, ^[AR(■,ARET Bruxer, Eugene CARTWRiciirr, Emory Daxenport, I eox De- 
Ldzier, Jimmy- Jackson, Clyot Layne, Martha Major, Betty McCampbell, Mary Elizabeth Pepper, 
Geraldine Pharris, Royce Richards, Maury Smartt, Jean Smith, Frances Walker. 



Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 

^Vho's Who Among Students is a national organization. Requisites for membership are charac- 
ter, scholarship, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potentially for future usefulness to 
business and society. The students are chosen conscientiously and impartially by a committee of 
faculty and students. 





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GERALDINE PHARRIS 

Miss T. S. C. 



JIMMY JACKSON 

Bachelor of Ugliness 




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Tennessee State University 

Wuffreesuoro, Teini^jsee 




CAROLYN ADAMS 

Aiost Versatile Girl 



LEON DeLOZIER 

Most Versatile Boy 





BLANCHE COOK 

Alost Popular Girl 



BOB BURKETT 

Alost Poptdar Boy 





1. Noiv. Bill! ..._'. SIrcpy time yals. . . . 3. Just Peg and Sam 4 Pndc of T. S. C. . . . 5. O/i. look at mc 

nozv! ... 6. Smiles. ... 7. Oh, what a day! . . . 8. An ai mtiil 9 She's got mc at her jeel. . . . 10. Ye 

old cashier. . . . 11. We're ready. . . . 12. Gone but not forgotten. . . . 13. He loves me. . . . 14. I gn:;dcd it. 
. . . 15. Snozv birds. . . . 16. Tired of living. . . . 17. Pride of H'atertozvn. . . . 18. Moron! 



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1. So zvc moved. . . . 2. That many still here? . . . 3. The sun's too bright. . . . 4. The same old story. ... 5. She 
moved, too. . . . 6. Toivn? . . . 7. Who's next? ... 5. Oh death, xvhere is thy sting? ... 9. J'acation time for 
Miss Burkett. . . . 10. Ain't it wonderful? . . . 11. Happy? . . . 12. After you, madanie. . . . 13. Ready to go. 
. . . 14. Brush me, Sue. . . . 15. There's a coconut grove. . . . 16. (/'<■ just got up. . . . 1~. l]'oodman, spare me. 
. . . IS. Bathing beauties. . . . 19. Memories. 



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i. M, „„,: ,M, .Junlo:,: . . . 2. Al il a.iaiu. . . . 3. .SailorS drIUiht. . . . 4. My hiiddy. . . . .\ Off t„ thr sl,ili.>iL 
... ft. One ijot civ'c.V. . . . T. Jump Jim Cnm: . . . 8. Calisllicuks. . . . ». ll mis cold thai day. . . . 10. fin so 
bashful. . . . 11. What hafpcm-d.' . . . 12. Who hlczv out the ■■Flame"? . . . 13. Lucky couple. . . . 14. Monkey? 
. . . i.i. That old habit. . . . 10. Il'e're in the army nozv! . . . 17. Happy landinii. . . . IS. I'll be all sniiles. 



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MURFREESBORO 

BANK AND TRUST 

COMPANY 



Invites Your Patronage 



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SENIOR STUDENT DIRECTORY 

Ahty Graduates 

Adams, Carolyn Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Barnes. Mivan Prospect, Tennessee 

Becton, Irene Christiana, Tennessee 

Bell, Walter Mai _Eagleville, Tennessee 

Bethel, Anna Lou Auburntown, Tennessee 

Blalock, Verna Kathryn Whiteville, Tennessee 

Bobo, Addie C Lynchburg, Tennessee 

Bowling, Mable Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Bruner, Margaret Reed Centerville, Tennessee 

Buchanan, Lila Scott Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Burgess, Lake Sheridan, Mr Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Burton, Martha Hewlette Mt. Juliet, Tennessee 

Buterbaugh, Danny, Mr. Liberty, Tennessee 

Carturight, Eugene, Mr. Old Hickory, Tennessee 

Crane, Ladye Sue Summertown, Tennessee 

DeLozier, Leon Thomas, Mr Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Donnell, Jo Frances Lebanon, Tennessee 

Drye, Ralph William, Mr Nashville, Tennessee 

Elrod, James Cranor, Mr Lascassas, Tennessee 

Evans, Mary Sue Lynchburg, Tennessee 

Franks, John Buel, Mr Nashville, Tennessee 

Hamblen, Mary Mt. Juliet, Tennessee 



Congratulations! Class of '43 

To You Students of T. S. C. We Cordially Invite You to 
Make This Your 

COLLEGE HEADQUARTERS 

(ecil Qr^da 

French Shoppe 



Roy Norris Bill Carlton 

Norris and Carlton 

"Friendly Grocers" 



Phones 88 and 89 



Miller's Insurance 
Agency 



"^ ECURITY 
i^AVINGS 
^ ERVICE 
Phone 502 



TODD 


s 


PHOTO SHOP 


FRAMES— PHOTOS— FILMS 






106 East Main 






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our 


Business Appreciated" 



Kerr & Martin 
Drug Store 

M"e Frame Pictures at 
Little Cost 



East Side Square 



Phone 45 



Insurance 

In 24 Years Every Claim Paid 
Ask Your Neighbor — It's So! 

ROBERT T. GROOM 

"Sotbii/g 13/1/ Iiii//r,/i/ic" 

Established 1919 

Phone 757 28 N. Side Square 



Enjoy 



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ICE CREAM 

"Sold Where Ounlity Couuts" 
Phone 812 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



Why Take a Chance When 
You Can Buy 

MAGNOLIA 
BUTTER 

Cannot Be Excelled in 
Quality 

Costs No More Than Ordinary 
Butter 



RUTHERFORD 

COUNTY CREAMERY 

ASSOCIATION 



DAVIS 



WEST SIDE SQUARE 

"for the things you like . . 
at the price you want to pay' 






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SOUTHERN ENGRAVERS, INC. 

803 McGavock Street 
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



SENIOR STUDENT DIRECTORY (Continued) 

Harwell. Elese Dellrose, Tennessee 

Hill. Kathleen C. Murfreesboro. Tennessee 

Hitt. .iohn, Mr. Murfreesboro. Tennessee 

Jackson. Jimmy, Mr. Nashville, Tennessee 

Kirby, Mary Agnes Hartsville, Tennessee 

Kirtley, Aynn P. Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Layne, Thomas Clyot, Mr. Palmer, Tennes 

Maggart. Georgia Reeves Westmoreland, Tcnm- 

Major, Martha Lee , Lebanon. Tenner 

Mason, Lucille Sherrell ^ Beechgrove, Teimes; 

McCrary, Peggy Louise '. Murfreesboro, Tennes: 

Mitchell, Alice Wilson Murfreesboro, Tennesse 

Mize, Mary \'irginia Antioch, Tennessee 

Moffett, Martha Anne Murfreesboro, Tennes 

Partin, Carrie Monteagle, Tennes 

Pedigo, Dewey, Mr. Woodbury. Tennes 

Pepper. Mary Elizabeth Springfield. Tennes: 

Pharris, Geraldine Granville, Tennes: 

Rich, Kathryn Brett Nashville, Tennessee 

Russell, Ruth Murfreesboro, Tennesse 

Smith, Jean ^__ __ Linden, Tennesse 

Snell, Jane Chapman .Murfreesboro, Tennesse 

Snell, Ruby Lee Murfreesboro, Tennesse 

Stafford, Mary Elizabeth Chattanooga, Tennesse 

Stepp, Hershel, Mr. Wartrace. Tennesse 



McKAY-CAMERON 
COMPANY 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Glass — China — Silver 

Complete Equipment for Cooking 
and Seizing Foods 

College Institutions and Restaurants 



McCord & Harris 

The Rexall Store 

Phone 187 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

SPORTING GOODS 

DRLIGS and SUNDRIES 



Jennings-Ayers 
Funeral Home 

PHONE PHONE 

S AMBULANCE ^ 



Wood fin & Moore 

Phone 90 
AMBULANCE 



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NYWHERE 

NY TIME 
NY PLACE 



Complimetits 
of 

Palmer's Produce 



Miirjreesboro's Exclusive 
Men's Store 

pudley Fletcher-^ 



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c. 


PENNEY COMPANY 

OLD-FASHIONED 
III Our Insistence of Honest Values 

BUT MODERN 

In Style and Service 



Compliments of 


FARMER'S 


PRODUCE 



GOOD CLOTHES 




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GOLDSTEIN 


'S 


Welcome S. T. C. Girls and Boys 







Compliments of 






RED 


ROSE DAIRIES 






DELICIOUS RED ROSE ICE CREAM 






PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 




Phone 293 




Murfreesboro, 


Tennessee 



SENIOR SI UDEM DIRECIORV (Ciilimicd) 

Tanihiini, Stitanina Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Tamburo, Tony, Mr. Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Turney. Thomas Clark, Mr Auburntown. Tennessee 

Walker, Helen Frances Drakesboro, Kentucky 

White, lulwin Gate Lebanon. Tennessee 



August Graduates 



Tennessee 
Tennessee 
Tennessee 



Craig, Hazel Lenora Springfield, Tennessee 

Crouch, Geneva Belle __.• Pelham, Tennessee 

Curtis, Othelia McMinnville, 

Davenport, Emory Galloway, Mr Nashville, 

DePriest, Dora Deane Linden, 

Doster, Jane Justine Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Foster, Mrs. Lou Hill Tracy City, Tennessee 

Hensley, Wilma Elizabeth Daisy, Tennessee 

Hundley, Pauline Ooltewah,' Tennessee 

Jackson, Sara EHzabeth Nashville, Tennessee 

Keith, Mildred Lipscomb Nashville, Tennessee 

Loggins, Betty H. Charlotte, Tennessee 

Lovell, Marjorie A. Nashville, Tennessee 

Mason, Doris Tazewell, Virginia 

McCampbell, Bettie Franklin, Tennessee 

Neel, Robert, Jr., Mr Murfreesboro, Tennessee 




Allen Service Station 

Tiolene Motor Oils 
Phone 811 



For a Complete Line of School 
Supplies 

McLELLAN STORES 
COMPANY 

"The Friemlly 5f to $1 Store" 
"We Apprcchite Your Business" 



Comlilimciits of 

Jaggers-Wade Flower Shop 

Florist's Telegraph Delivery Service 
Phone 77 



CiEORGF, HENRY 

OSBORN - HARRELL 
HARDWARE CO. 



Sally -<LAnfL^ 

BREAD cuid CAKES 

Made Purely for You 



MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
BAKERIES CORP., Inc. 



A. L. 


Smith & Co. 




Druggists 


Hollingsworth's Candy 


Magazines — School Supplies 




Phone 425 



BOB'S GROCERY 


The Boulevard 


Store 


Telephone 476 



Coiiiplinieiits of 

F. W. Woolworth 
Company 



Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. 
Phone 30 




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CHRISTY-HUGGINS 
COAL 

Phone 31 



SOUTHEASTERN GREYHOUND 
LINES 

LOW RATES— FREQUENT SERVICE 

Terminal Phone 727 

ALLEN JONES, Manager 



ROBERTS 


COAL 


COMPANY 


EARL ROBERTS, 


Owner 




Phones 183-193 | 


PALMER COAL 




JELLICO COAL 


SUN RAY COAL 




STEARNS COAL 



VOLUNTEER STATE LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

A Sotithtru Company of Characler 

CECIL WOODS, President 

INSURE YOURSELF OF A RETIREMENT INCOME BY 

SAVING A SMALL PORTION OF YOUR SALARY 

T. W. Barron, Manager 

Wilson Summer, Field Supervisor John H. Judd, field Assistant 

Buford Turpin, Special Representative John J. White, Special Representative 

(In the Service) 
BRANCH OFFICE— 6(IS WARNER BLULDING— NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



SENIOR srUDEN r DIRECTORY {Continued} 

Odil, Marguerite Spring Hill, Tennessee 

Ownby, Frances _- — Lewisburg, Tennessee 

Richards, Royce Eston. Mr. ._ Sparta, Tennessee 

Robinson, Edna Willard Lebanon, Tennessee 

Ross, Imogene Lynnville, Tennessee 

SmalKvood. Frances Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 

Stepii, Elaine Manchester, Tennessee 

Turney, James C, Mr Auburntown, Tennessee 

Walkup, Almyra Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Wiggins, Charles Greer, Mr Shelbyville, Tennessee 

Wilkes, Jesse E., Mr Nashville, Tennessee 



'^ead the^ 



RUTHERFORD COURIER 



Job Printing 



Your Count y Pa per 



Telephone 378 



Compliments of 

Little Brown Jug 

On Woodbury Pike 

B. P. Johns, Manager 

"Where the Crowds Go" 



Buchanan and 
Tarpley 

Tennis Supplies — Soda Water 

Phone 7 

We Deliver Your Order 



Bell 


Brothers and 




Company 


Lumbei 


and Builders' Supplies 




Paint and Glass 




Telephone 196 


Mu 


rfreesboro, Tennessee 



Lewis Brinkley 
and Orchestra 



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C. B. LEATHERMAN AND CO. 

North Side Square 

Dry Goods and Ladies' Read y-to-W ear 

Lace Curtains — Draperies 

Floor Coverings — Window Shades 

Phone 69 



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PRINCESS THEATRE 

"Pick of All the Big Hits" 

Phone 583 



"News While It's News" 

Daily News 
Journal 

MID-SOUTH PUBLISHING 
COMPANY 

"Complete Printing Service" 
Phone 38 



TJt*e$tofie 

Tires, Home, Auto Supplies 
Phone 37 



James K. Polk 
Hotel 

A House of Distinction 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 



Maxwells Drug Store 

WALGREEN AGENCY 



Compliments of 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



FERRELL STUDIO 

Good Pictures 

Murfreesboro, Tennessee 



Aai^cjAopM'i 



Compliments of 

Colonial Foods and Colonial Coffee 

Dhtribitted hy 

C. B. RAGLAND COMPANY 

Nashville, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

Ragland-Potter 
Company 



Stickney, Griffis 
& Gannaway 

Prescription Druggists 

Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Phone 980 



Travis & Gregory 

It's ti Pleasure to Wear the 
Shoes We Repair 

212 West Main Street 



RO X Y 


THEATRE 


"Big Shows . . . 
. . . Little Prices" 



Compliments of 


THE 


SNACK SHOP 



Compliments of 

Charles Stores 
Company, Inc. 



Auta(^^afik6. 



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Call Number 



3 3082 00528 9771 



AUTHOR 

Midlander 



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LIBRARY 

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY 
MURFREESBORO. TENNESSEE 



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