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It is with tine deepest of convictions 
hereby dedicate this, our yearbook, to 
whose loyalty, high ideals, and foresi 
imparted to all that come in contact 
him a sense of security and enlight 
Tennessee Wesleyan shall ever che 
congeniality and wholesome philosophies, 
only in the field of social studies has he 
emplified his ability, but in a more material! 
aspect has he acquired his reputation — ] 
fessor of mathematics. In celebration 
twenty -six years of faithful service 
Tennessee Wesleyan, we, the student body 
faculty, deem it an honor and a privilege tp."' 
inscribe herein the name of Professor G; A.* 
Yates. 





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The administration and Faculty at Tennessee Wesley&n:'. 

are the persons to whom we have intrusted our governm#hf" 

and instruction while in College. At times progress may have 

seemed slow, but through the diligence of our faculty, wfj' 

have been qualified to instruct and direct us by first direct 

themselves in the way they should go, we have embarked 

upon the courses which lead to our careers 

To these teachers, who not only have imposed knowledg 

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upon us, but have helped us find it within iDyrsely^s; v?e^''t)^« - 

students of Tennessee Wesieyan, express our gratitude ^^ ;!;•; 

their having helped us prepare for the fut 



"To climb steep hills requires 



FACULTY 




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JAMES L. ROBB 

A. B., A. M., LLD. 
President 



PAUL REVIERE 

B. A., M. A. 
Dean of College 



GEORGE E. NAFF 

B. A., B. D. 
Chaplain 



C. O. DOUGLAS 

A. B., A. M. 
Registrar 



JESS F. BENTON 

B. S. 
Business Manager 



J. VAN. B. COE 

A. B., M. A. 
Dean of Students 



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James L. Robb 



To the Members of the 

Class of 1950 
Greetings; 

From a number of standpoints this is no ordinary year and the class 
of which you are a member is no ordinary class. It is not the largest class 
to graduate from Tennessee Wesleyan, but my impression is that it is one 
of the best. As I have observed from my "ivory tower" the comings and 
goings of the members of the class I have come to admire each of you and 
to believe that each has a real contribution to make to the life of the 
nation. 

May I suggest here what I have proposed to a number of you in 
person, that in order to achieve your goals you may need to assume a "hard 
boiled" attitude toward yourself at times. Most of us are apt to be too easy 
with ourselves. It is all right to be easy on others but not on ourselves. 

My prayer is that God's blessing may be upon each of you and that 
with his aid you will achieve the full measure of your strength. May 
your life be rich in service to God and to your fellow man. 

James L. Robb 
Sincerely, 




LOIS C. ARNOLD 

Secretary to President 

VIRGINIA BELL 

B. S., M. A. 

Dramatics and Speech 

MINNIE B. BLEVINS 

Bookkeeper 

VIRGINIA M. BROSIUS 

B. M. 

Piano 



ELIZABETH BRUBAKER 

A. B., A. M. 

Dean of Women 

Superintendent Ritter Hall 

J. VAN B. COE 

A. M., A. B. 

Dean of Students 

Economics, Sociology 

AGNES B. COLSTON 

B. A. 

Methods and Laboratory 

School 

C. O. DOUGLAS 

A. B., A. M. 

Registrar, Education 



ELYNA ELLER 

A. B., B. S. 

Librarian 

ETHEL FRENCH 

Nurse 

GERALDINE GERREN 

A. B. 

Art 

RONALD C. HOSKINSON 

A. B. 

Biology 



A. J. HOUTS 

B. A. 

Voice and Choral Work 

MRS. CHARLOTTE HOUTS 

Physical Education 

RANKIN HUDSON 

A. B. 

Coaching 

IDA RUTH LEWIS 

Superintendent Lawrence 

Hall 



MRS. PEARL MAPP 

A. B. 
Commerce 

JEAN MARTIN 

B. S. 
Home Economics 

ROBERT MATTHEWS 

B. S. 

Engineering Drawing 

Assistant Coach 

DOROTHY MATTHEWS 

B. S. 

Methods and Laboratory 

School 



THE FACULTY 



JEANETTE McCAMY 

B. S. 
Commerce 

A. H. MYERS 

P. H. "B"., A. M., B. D. 

English & Religion 

MRS. CLARYSE MYERS 

A. B. 

English and Assistant 

Librarian 

GEOfiGE E. NAFF 

B. A., M. A. 
Chaplain and Religion 



MRS. MARY ELLEN NAFF 

A. B. 
Public School Music 

BETTY PERKINS 

A. B., A. M. 

Foreign Language 

PAUL RIVIERE 

M. S., M. S. 

Biology 

ELIZABETH SELDON 

B. A. 
Biology 



MARY SHADOW 

B. A. 

History — Political Science 

E. E. TEBEAU 

B. S. 

Chemistry 

PATRICIA M. THOMPSON 

Secretary to Dean 

LOUIS UNDERWOOD 

Superintendent of Grounds 

and Buildings 



JAMES C. WILKES 

B. S. 

Physics and Biology 

G. A. YATES 

A. B., M. A. 

Mathematics 



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LASSES 



The classes at Tennessee 
the Student Council, which is elected 
body. 

The students pictured at the 
and senior classes, form the Co 

Those on the first row from 
Nostrand, Victor Sparks, Louis 
Richard Gillert. The second row frorn . left, 
Bogart, Evelyn Hudgins, Henry Stamey,-. Edell* 
Hickman. 

This year the Student Council'^ policy m 
directed by a quotation of Lao-Tsye's — Govern a body 
would cook a small fish. (Don't overdo it.).'' 

The Senior Class would like to express gratil 
these students for their wise leadership 





SENIOR 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Richard S. Gillert President 

Mary Alice Dennis Vice-President 

Margaret Beckett Secretary 

Mildred R. Kelley Treasurer 

Evelyn F, Hudgins Student Council Representative 

Louie A. Freyre Student Council Representative 



SENIORS 



ARMSTRONG, BOBBY WELCH 
Business Administration Knoxville 

Tennessee 

Theta Sigma Chi 49-50, Cheerleading 49, 
Captain 50, Tumbling team 49-50. 

ARRANTS, GEORGE REED 
Business Administration Decatur, 

Tennessee 





AYERS, JANE PORTER 
General Culture Arlington, Virginia 

Sigma lota Chi 49, Guard 50; Bulldog staff 
49-50; Commerce Club 49-50; Tumbling 
team 49-50; Nocatula staff 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50;Superlative 50. 

BAILEY, NANCY SUE 
Church Secretarial McDonald, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Vicepresident 
50; Life Service Volunteers 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50; Religious 
Council 50; Fellowship team 50; Tumbling 
team 49; Nocatula staff, photography editor 
50; Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50. 



BANDY, HARRY LEE 
General Culture Rockwood, Tennessee 

Chorus 49-50; Life Service Volunteers 49- 
50; Student Christian Association 49-50. 



BANNER, DON LAWRENCE 
Business Education Gate City, Virginia 

Eta lota Tau- Fraternity 49, Treasurer 50; 
Phi Rho Pi 49, Treasurer 50. 




BATES, CHARLES LYNN 
Physical Education Benton, Tennessee 

Football 49-50. 

BECKETT, MARGARET ANN 
Church Secretarial Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Chaplain 50; 
Life Service Volunteers 49-50; Basketball 
49-50; Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50; Student 
ChrTstian Association 49-50; Fellowship 
team 50; "W" Club 49, Vice-president 50. 





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SENIORS 



BERRY, PATSY ALICE 
Liberal Arts Chilhowie, Virginia 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Directress 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Chorus 
49-50; Delta Psi Omega 49; International 
Relations Club 49-50; Bulldog staff 49, 
Music editor 50; Dining hall council 50. 

BEST, BETTY LOUISE 
Home Economics Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49-50; Students 
Christian Association 49; Home Economics 
Club 49-50; Library staff 49-50; Off Cam- 
pus Club 50. 



BOGRAT, DIXIE LEE 
Secretarial Science Maryyille, Tennessee 

Wesleyan Fellowship 50. 

BOWDEN, CARLA JEAN 
Church Secretarial Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, President 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Life 
Service Volunteers 49, Sec. 50; Wesleyan 
Fellowship 49; Panhellenic Council 50; 
Commerce Club 49; Basketball 49, Manager 
50; "W" Club 49, secretary-treasurer 50; 
Vice-president Lawrence Hall 50. 



BRAKEBILL, DAVID LYNN 
Physical Education Sweetwater, Tennessee 

BREWER, JACK 
Physical Education Sweetwater, Tennessee 





BRODECKI, ROBERT JOSEPH 
Liberal Arts Tuckahoe, New York 

BROYLES, ALMA ROSE 
Elementary Teaching Athens, Tennessee 

International Relations Club 49-50; Art 
Club 49-50; Off Campus Club 49-50. 



SENIORS 



BRYAN, RUBYE INEZ 
Physical Education Etowah, Tennessee 

BURGER, REBA LEE 
General Culture Cleveland, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, Vice-president 
50; Phi Rho Pi 50; Art Club 50; Delta Psi 
Omega 50; Commerce Club 49-50; Nocatula 
Staff; Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50. 





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BURNETTE, CARL 
Pre-dental La Follette, Tennessee 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49-50; Football 
49-50. 

CALLIHAN, AMOS R. 
Business Administration Englewood 

Tennessee 

Superlative 50; Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 
President 50; Phi Rho Phi 50, vice-pres. 50; 
Phi Theta Kappa 50. 





CAMPBELL, BILLIE JEAN 
Elementary Teacher Copperhill, Tennessee 

CAMPBELL, IVAH LEE 
General Culture Loudon, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, Sergeant-at- 
arms 50; Basketball 49, Captain 50; "W" 
Club 49, President 50; Wesleyan Fellow- 
ship 49-50. 



CARMACK, RAYMOND EUGENE 
Business Administration Lenoir City 

Tennessee 

International Relations Club 49-50; Off 
Campus 49-50. 

CHAMLEE MARY ELIZABETH 
General Culture Sweetwater, Tennessee 

International Relations Club 49-50; Wes- 
leyan Fellowship 49, secretary 50; Com- 
merce Club 49. 






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CHAPMAN, HARRIETTA 
Elementary Teacher Decatur, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, Sergeant- 
at-arms 50; Student Christian Association 
49-50. 

CHiSAM, FREDERICK MARTIN 
Business Administration Athens, 

Tennessee 

Commerce Club 49-50 



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CLARK, WILLIAM ERSKIN 
General Culture Athens, Tennessee 

Commerce Club 49-50; Off Campus Club 
49-50 

COFER, ANNA RUTH 
Elementary Teaching Georgetown, 

Tennessee 




COLEMAN, BARBARA JEAN 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Pin Chairman 
50; Phi Theta Kappa 49-50; Life Service 
Volunteers 49-50; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 49-50; Nocatula staff 49, Co-busi- 
ness Manager 50; Bulldog staff 49, Business 
Manager 50. 

COURTNEY, MARGARET 
Elementary Teacher Greenback, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, corresponding 
secretary 50; Student Christian Association 
49-50; Phi Theta Kappa 50; Wesleyan 
Fellowship 49-50. 



COX, DANIEL 
General Culture La Follette, Tennessee 

CRABTREE, IRENE MILDRED 
Elementary Teacher Decatur, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



CRABTREE, TED GORDON 
Physical Education Sweetwater, Tennessee 

CROMWELL, CLARENCE 
Business Administration Towsend, 

Tennessee 




CRUTCHFIELD, DRENNON 
Physical Education Dalton, Georgia 

Superlative 50; Football 49-50. 

DAFFRON, BRYANT A. 
Liberal Arts Whitwell, Tennessee 

Football 50. 



DAUGHERTY, HARLAN DEAN 
Physical Education Englewood, Tennessee 

Football 49-50. 

DAVIDSON, ELLIS EDWARD 
Business Administration Winchester, 

Tennessee 



DAVIS, ETHELENE 
Elementary Teacher Athens, Tennessee 

DAVIS, SPURGEON 
Elementary Teacher Athens, Tennessee 




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DENNIS, MARY ALICE 
Secretariat Science Seyierville, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Vice-president 
50, Chorus 49, President 50; Girl's Double 
Trio 49; Phi Theta Kappa 49; President 50 
Library staff 49; Wesleyan Fellowship 49 
Vice-president Senior Class; Superlative 50 
Commerce Club 49; Student Christian As- 
sociation 49-50. 

DEW, ED 
Special Student Kingston, Tennessee 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49-50. 



DISNEY, FRANK HOUSTON 
General Culture, Englewood, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50; International Re- 
lations Club 49-50. 

DITMORE, CHARLES 
Business Administration Athens, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50; Commerce Club 
49; International Relations Club 49-50. 



DIXON, WILLIAM J. 
Business Administration Dalton, Georgia 

DYER, FRANK HICKS 
General Culture Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49, Secretary 50; 
Athletic Publicity Council 50; Chorus 49- 
50. 



EASTON, DEWEY SLOAN 
Pre-engineering Lenoir City, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 

ELLIS, AGNEW PHILLIP 
Business Education Spring City, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



EPPERSON, MARY SUE 
Liberal Arts Athens, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 50; Off Campus 
Club 50. 

FANCHER, PAUL B. 
Business Administration Chattanooga, 

Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50. 



FOSTER, JOSKIN A. 
Physical Education Sweetwater, Tennessee 

FRAZIER, JESSE WAYNE 
General Culture Etowah, Tennessee 




FRENCH, JOHN H. 
Pre-dental Greenback, Tennessee 

Intramural championship football team 
49-50; Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49-50; Re- 
porter 50; Music Club 49; International Re- 
lations Club 49-50; Nocatula, Sports Editor 
49-50. 

FREYRE, HENRY PAUL 
Pre-law Mahopac, New York 

Chorus 50; International Relations Club 50; 
Phi Rho Pi 50; Student Christian Association 
49-50. 



FREYRE, LOUIS ALBERT 
Civil Engineering Mahopac, New York 

Phi Rho Pi, President 50; Student Council 
Representative 50; Superlative 50. 



GENOE, DAVE 
Business Administration 



Decatur, 
Tennessee 




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SENIORS 



GILLENWATER, EDNA JEAN 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Chorus 49; Life Service Volunteers 49-50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Wes- 
leyan Fellowship 49-50. 

GILLERT, RICHARD STUART 
Pre-engineering Yonkers, New York 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49-50; President 
Senior Class; Student Council Representa- 
tive 50; Nocatula staff, Editor 50; Tumbling 
team 49-50; Intramural Basketball 50; 
Superlative 50. 



GOCHENOUR, WAYNE IRVIN 
Business Education Arlington, Virginia 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49, Secretary 50; 
Commerce Club 49-50; International Re- 
lations Club 49-50; Intramural Football 
Championship 49. 

GOWAN, MAXINE WALKER 
Elementary Teacher Athens, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49-50; Phi Theta 
Kap;ia 49-50; Basketball 49; Art Club 49. 







GOWAN, JOHN WILSON 
General Culture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

GOWENS, GRADY 
Physical Education Murray Cross, Alabama 



GRAVES, WILLIAM F. JR. 
General Culture, Fountain City, Tennessee 

GREEN, LA VERNE 
Liberal Arts Louisville, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



GRIFFIN, BARBARA LOUISE 
General Culture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Directress 50; 
International Relations Club 49-50; Delta 
Psi Omega 49, Secretary-treasurer 50; Bull- 
dog staff 50; Student Christian Association 
49-50; Nocatula staff 50. 

GUFFEY, MARY DOLORES 
General Culture Athens, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 50. 



HALEY, SAMUEL MILTON 
Physical Education Dalton, Georaia 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49, Treasurer 50; 
Football 49-50; "W" Club 49; Commerce 
Club 49; International Relations Club 49; 
Intramural Football Championship 49. 

HAMMER, NEVILLE A. JR. 
Liberal Arts Fountain City, Tennessee 

Fellowship team 49-50; Life Service Volun- 
teers 49-50; Student Christian Association 
49-50; Library Staff 49-50; Nocatula Staff 
49. 



HAMILTON, PEARL ELAINE 
Science Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, Reporter 
50; Nocatula Staff 49, Co-business Manager 
50; Bulldog Staff 49; Home Economics Club 
49-50; Student Christian Association 49- 
50; Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50. Delta Phi 
Omega 50. 

HARTSELL, GILBERT EBLEN 
Business Administration Lenoir City, 

Tennessee 







HAUN, JENA 
Elementary Teacher Tellico Plains, 

Tennessee 

International Relations Club 49; Phi Theta 
Kappa 49, Treasurer 50; Art Club 49; Stu- 
dent Christian Association 49. 

HEARN, EDELL MIDGETT 
General Culture Watertown, Tennessee 

Student Council; Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 
49, Chaplain 50; Life Service Volunteers 
50; Vice-president Student body 50; Library 
staff 49; Student Christian Association 49, 
Vice-president 50; Superlative 50; Fellow- 
ship team 49-50; Religious Council 50. 





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SENIORS 



HERBERT, MARY JEANETTE 
General Culture Knoxville, Tennessee 

HERNANDEZ, LAYLA 
Secretarial Science Central Violeta, Cuba 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 50. 




HICKMAN, PATRICIA CLAIRE 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 50; Bulldog Staff 
Co-business Manager 49, Editor 50; Student 
Council Representative 50; Phi Theta Kappa 
49-50; Student Christian Association 49; 
International Relations Club 49; Nocatula 
Staff 50; Superlative 50. 

HINDS, HELEN LOUISE 
Elementary Teacher Rockwood, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, President 50; 
Panhellenic Council, Secretary-treasurer 50, 
Art Club, Treasurer 49, President Lawrence 
Hall 50; Student Christian Association 49; 
International Relations Club 49; Nocatula 
Staff 50; Religious Council 49; Superlative 
50. 



HITSON, JAMES LEE 
Physical Education Athens, Tennessee 

HOGGETT, JAMES B. JR. 
Business Education Jacksonville, Florida 

Baskevball 50, Football 49-50; "W" Club 
49, Secretary-treasurer 50. 



HUDGINS, EVELYN FRANCES 
Liberal Arts Chattanooqa, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 50; Representative 
Student Council 50; Chorus 49, Treasurer 
50; Girls' Trio 50; Delta Psi Omeqa 49-50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Cheer- 
leading 49; Bulldog Staff 49-50. 

HUDSON, BILLY BOB 
Pre-dental Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Intramural Football Championship 49. 



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Englewood, Tennessee 



HUSKINS, CHARLES THOMAS 
Pre-engineering Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49, President 50; 
Panhellenic Council 50; Off Campus Club 
50; Chorus 50; Bulldog Staff 49-50; Intra- 
mural sports 49-50. 



INMAN, BETTY 
Elementary Teacher Ten Mile, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Reporter 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Art 
Club 50; Library Staff 49-50; Nocatula Staff 
50; Football Queen 50. 

INMAN, EARL LEE 
Physical Education Athens Tennessee 



JEWELL, RUTH 
Elementary Teaching Decatur, Tennessee 

JOHNSTON, MARY KAY 
General Culture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49-50; Home 
Economics Club 49, Treasurer 50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50. 



JONES, JAMES WILLIAM JR. 
Pre-med Copperhill, Tennessee 

KELLEY, MILDRED RUTH 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, Secretary 
50; Student Christian Association 49; Noca- 
tula Staff, Social editor 50; Treasurer Senior 
Class; Cheerleader 50; S.C.A. 49; Tumbling 
Team 49-50; Superlative 50. 



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SENIORS 



KENNEDY, MARTIN 
General Culture Athens, Tennessee 

KENNEDY, NADEAN 
Secretarial Science Athens, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50; Commerce Club 
49. 



KOEHL, MARJORIE JEAN 
General Culture Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50; Wesleyan Fel- 
lowship 49-50. 

KNOX, WILLIAM HOWARD 
Business Administration Athens, 

Tennessee 



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KYLE, NORMA JEAN 
Elementary Teacher Erie, Tennessee 

LANE, BARBARA LUAN 
Elementary Teacher Greenback, Tennessee 

Wesleyan Fellowship 50. 



LANIER, CHARLES 
Physical Education Petersburg, Virginia 

Football 49-50. 

LAYMAN, JULIA BELL 
Nursing Athens, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 



SENIORS 



LAYMAN, MARY PEARL 
Liberal Arts Athens, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, Conductress 
50; Off Campus Club 49-50. 

LAYMAN, WILLIE MAE 
Liberal Arts Athens, Tennesese 



LOVE, VIRGINIA JOYCE 
Home Economics Chilhowie, Virginia 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, Treasurer 
50; Wesleyan Fellowship 49, President 50; 
Home Economics Club 49, President 50; Phi 
Theta Kappa 50; Religious Council 49-50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50. 

LYKE, GEORGIA ANN 
Liberal Arts Bronxville, New York 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, Reporter 50; 
Chorus 49-50; Girls' Trio 49; Bulldog Staff 
49-50; International Relations Club 49-50; 
Superlatives 50. 



McAMIS, PAUL MORRELL 
Liberal Arts Athens, Tennessee 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 49-50; Off Cam- 
pus Club 49-50; International Relations 
Club 49-50. 

McCAMY, MARIAN ELAINE 
Liberal Arts Tennga, Georgia 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Treasurer 50; 
Phi Theta Kappa 49-50; Library Staff 50; 
Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50; Student Chris- 
tian Association 49; Nocatula Staff 50. 




McCULLEY, JOYCE MARIE 
Secretarial Science Chattanooga, 

Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Secretary 50; 
Basketball 49; Commerce Club, Secretary 
49; Student Christian Association 49-50; 
Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50; Bulldog Staff 
49; Associate editor 50. 

McFARLAND, CECIL EUGENE 
General Culture Grundv, Virginia 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49-50; S.C.A. 50, 
President; Life Service Volunteers 49-50. 







SENIORS 



McFARLAND, GERALD 
Liberal Arts Grundy, Virginia 

Chorus 49-50; Student Christian Association 
49-50; Life Service Volunteers 49-50; In- 
ternational Relations Club 50. 

MAAL, WILLEM M. 
Business Administration Curazao, 

Dutch West Indies 

Commerce Club 49. 




MADDOX, RUTH ANNE 
Liberal Arts Calhoun, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Sergeant-at- 
arms 50; Off Campus Club 49, Vice-presi- 
dent 50; International Relations Club 49. 

MANRY, MILLARD D. 
Business Administration Athens, 

Tennessee 



MARTIN, ALMA ROSE 
General Culture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49-50; Bulldog Staff 
49-50; Religious Council 49; Chorus 49; 
Student Council Representative 49; Student 
Christian Association 49, Vice-president 50; 
Library Staff 49. 

MASON, KATHERINE E- 
Home Economics Chilhowie, Virginia 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50; Home Econo- 
mics Club 49, Vice-president 50; Basketball 
49-50; Bulldog Staff 50; Nocatuia Staff 49- 
50. 



MELHORN, BERNOLA GWINN 
Elementary Teacher Front Rayal, Virginia 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, .Secretary 50; 
Art Club 49, Secretary 50; Basketball 49- 
50; Student Christian Association 49-50; 
Bulldog Staff 49-50. 

MELTON, EDWARD 

Athens, Tennessee 



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MILLER, HUGH FRED 
General Culture Etowah, Tennessee 

MILLER, VAUGHN 
Business Administration Chattanooga 

Tennessee 








MITCHELL, JOHN 
Physical Education Loudon, Tennessee 

Football 49, Co-captain 50. 

MOORE, JAMES MARTIN 
Liberal Arts Etowah, Tennessee 





MORGAN, MARTHA VIVIAN 

Cave Spring, Georgia 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49-50; Chorus 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50. 

NEWMAN, MAYNARD 
General Culture Decatur, Tennessee 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49, Chaplain 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50. 



NORMAN, MARGARET 
Elementary Teaching Big Springs, 

Tennessee 

NORTON, HARRY WILEY 
Business Administration Athens, 

Tennessee 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 50; Library Staff 
49-50; Commerce Club 49; International 
Relations Club 50. 






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NORTON, MACK WILLARD 
General Culture Decatur, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50; International Re- 
lations Club 49. 

PAK, DIA ZIN 
Pre-law Seoul, Korea 

International Relations Club 49-50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50; Life Service 
Volunteers 49-50. 



PANGLE, JAMES FRANK 
Physical Education Etowah, Tennessee 

Football 49-50; Basketball 49-50. 

PANTER, CATHRYN ANN 
Elementary Teacher Copperhill, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Treasurer 50; 
Bulldog Staff 49, Assistant Business Man- 
ager 50; Nocatula Staff 50; Student Chris- 
tian Association 49-50; Art Club 49-50; 
Wesleyan Fellowship 49. 







PASSA, MICHAEL FRANK 
Liberal Arts New York City, N. Y. 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 49-50; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 49. 

PICKENS, NONA 
Elementary Teacher Athens, Tennessee 



PONDER, GERALDINE WITT 
Nursing Morristown, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49-50; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 50; Chorus 50. 

POOLE, JACK S. 
Civil Engineering Wytheville, Virginia 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 49, Secretary 50. 



SENIORS 



PORTER, CARL S. 
General Culture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49, Vice-President 
50; "W" Club 49; Superlative 50. 

RANKIN, MARGARET INEZ 
Secretarial Science Athens, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49; Parchment ed- 
itor 50; Off Campus Club 49-50. 




RAPER, JOE 
Business Administration 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 



Englcwood, 
Tennessee 



REED, JAMES A. 
Pre-Med Etowah, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 





REEVES, ABRAM JAMES 
Physical Education Guild, Tennessee 

RIDGE, WILLIAM HAROLD 
Business Administration Chattanooga 

Tennessee 

Publicity Chairman. 



RIDLEY, MAE HELEN 
Elementary Teacher South Pittsburg, 

Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49; Chaplain 
50; Student Christian Association 49-50; 
Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50; Bulldog Staff 
49, Circulation Manager 50; International 
Relations Culb 49. 

ROBESON, LOIS VIRGINIA 
Liberal Arts Jasper, Tennessee 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, President 
50; International Relations Club 49-50; Stu- 
dent Christian Association 50; Wesleyan 
Fellowship 50; "W" Club 49-50; Ritter 
Hall President 50; Panhellenic Council 50. 







SENIORS 



ROBESON, LLOYD 
Business Administration Jasper, Tennessee 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 50; Student 
Christian Association 49-50. 

ROBINSON, FRANKIE G. 
Secretarial Science Niota, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Reporter 50; Off 
Campus Club 49-50. 



ROBINSON, GEORGE AIKEN 
Liberal Arts Martinsville, Virginia 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 49, Treasurer 
50; Bulldog Staff 49-50; International Re- 
lations Club 49-50. 

ROSENBAUM, RICHARD PHILLIP 
Business Education Jonesboro, Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 50; Football 49-50; 
Basketball 49-50; "W" Club 49-50. 



RUTHERFORD, JOHN M. JR. 
General Culture Etowah, Tennessee 

Bulldog Staff 50. 

SAMPLE, WILLIAM H. 
General Culture Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Art Club Vice-President 49, President 50; 
Basketball 49-50; Tennis 49-50. 





SANDIN, BRUCE MARTIN 
Business Administration Arlington, Virginia 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49, President 50; 
Panhellenic Council 50; Fraternity Chair- 
man 50; Bulldog Staff 50; Commerce Club, 
Treasurer 49; Nocatula Staff 50; Delta Psi 
Omega 49-50; Phi Theta Kappa 49, Re- 
porter 50. 

SAUCEMAN, WANDA 
Liberal Arts Newport, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49. 



SENIORS 



SCHETTLER, ELIZABETH A. 
Liberal Arts Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Student Christian Association 50; Bulldog 
Staff 50; International Relations Club 50. 

SHAW, SARA ANN 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Sigma lota Chi Sorority 49, Corresponding 
Secretary 50. 



SMALL, HOWARD E. 
Business Administration Athens, Tennessee 

SMITH, BILL 
Pre-Pharmacy Arlington, Virginia 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49, Sergeant-at-arms 
50; Student Christian Association 49-50; 
Life Service Volunteers 49-50 



SMITH, EDWARD LEE JR. 
Physical Education Englewood, Tennessee 

Basketball 49-50. 

SPARKS, VICTOR PAUL 
General Culture Arlington, Virginia 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49, Vice-President 
50; Nocatula Editor 50; Student Council 50; 
Delta Psi Omega 49, President 50; Chorus 
49; Bulldog Staff 49-50. 





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STAMEY, HENRY WILLIAM 
General Culture Athens, Tennessee 

Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 49-50; President 
Student Body 50; International Relations 
Club 49; President Student Council 50; 
Commerce Club 49; Student Christian As- 
sociation 49-50; Life Service Volunteers 50. 

SUAREZ, ARTURO 
Pre-Engineering Progreso, Honduros 

International Relations Club. 






SENIORS 



SUTHERLAND, LAUNA 
Commerce Roda, Virginia 

Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority 49, Vice-Pres- 
ident 50; Phi Theta Kappa 49, Vice-Pres- 
ident 50; Student Christian Association 49- 
50; Commerce Club 49; Wesleyan Fellow- 
ship 49-50. 

SUTTON, WINSON PAUL 
Business Administration Englewood, 

Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 



SWORD, BOB 
General Culture Appalachia, Virginia 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity. 

TALLENT, JOHN BEECHER 
General Culture Niota, Tennessee 

Off Campus Club 49-50. 



TAYLOR, EUNICE MABLE 
Elementary Teacher Copperhill, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49-50; Wesleyan 
Fellowship 49-50. 

TOOMBS, KENNETH E. 
General Culture Petersburg, Virginia 



TROTTER, JEANNINE 
Secretarial Science Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Kappa Delta Phi Sorority 49, Corresponding 
Secretary 50; Student Christian Association 
49, Secretary-Treasurer 50; Wesleyan Fel- 
lowship 49, Vice-President 50; Bulldog Staff 
49, Typing Manager 50; Corrimerce Club, 
Reporter 49; Religious Council 50. 

TROTTER, CHARLES EUGENE 
Pre-Med Athens, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



VESTAL, EUGENE C. JR. 
Liberal Arts Kingsport, Tennessee 

Life Service Volunteers 49, President 50; 
Student Christian Association 49-50; Relig- 
ious Council 50; Student Council 50. 

VESTAL, HELEN ELIZABETH 
Secretarial Science Athens, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, President 50; 
Phi Theta Kappa 49-50; Panhellenic Council 
50; Off Campus Club 49-50. 



WESTCOTT, JO HENRY 
Liberal Arts Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Life Service .Volunteers 50; Student Chris- 
tian Association 50. 

WHALEN, JOE LeROY 
Business Administration Chattanooga, 

Tennessee 

Eta lota Tau Fraternity 49-50; Commerce 
Club 49; Chorus 49-50; Phi Rho Pi 50; Ten- 
nis 49-50. 



WHITE, DONALD GENE 
Physical Education Whitesburg, Tennessee 

Phi Sigma Nu, Sargeant-at-Arrps; Life Ser- 
vice Volunteers 50; Student Christian As- 
sociation 49-50; "W" Club 50; Nocatula 50; 
Bulldog 50; Commercial Club 49. 

WILD, JULIAN S. 
Pre-Engineering Athens, Tennessee 

Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity 49, Vice-Pres- 
ident 50; Boxing 49-50; Off Campus Club 
49-50; Student Christian Association 49-50. 



WILLIAMSON, ROSE MARIE 
General Culture Oak Park, North Carolina 

Wesleyan Fellowship 49-50. 

WILSON, THOMAS 
Elementary Teaching Niota, Tennessee 






SENIORS 



WOOD, DAVE JOHN 
Business Administration Jacksonville, 

Florida 

Football 49-50. 



YATES, BETTY ROSE 
General Culture Rutledge, Tennessee 

Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority 49, Treasurer 50; 
Library Staff 49-50; Wesleyan Fellowship 
49-50; Commerce Club 49. 



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JUNIOR 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Harold Young President 

Pedro Gonzales Vice-President 

Jo Jean Knee Secretary 

Virginia Martin Treasurer 

Anne Bogart Student Council Representative 

Ralph VanNostrand Student Council Representative 



JUNIORS 



Amy, James Lee 

Kinsman, Ohio 
Armstrong, Bobbie Jean 

Sweetwater, Tenn, 
Arnett, Kenneth Eugene 

Abingdon, Virginia 
Arnold, Barbara Joanne 

Warsaw, Indiana 



Arnwine, Philip Taylor, 

Etowah, Tenn. 
Atchley, Charlotte Ann 

Sevierville, Tenn. 
Atkins, Howard Kenneth 

Tellico Plains, Tenn. 
Axley, Odine Curtie 

Athens, Tenn. 



Badgett, Robert Howard 

Maryville, Tenn. 

Banner, Betty Jo 

Gate City, Virginia 

Bardill, Alice Reba 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

Barnett, Herman Bayce 

Athens, Tenn. 



Barnette, Robert Earl 

Englewood, Tenn. 
Basham, Larry Delwyn 

Whitwell, Tenn. 
Basket, Charles Wm. 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Batey, Otis Arnold 

Athens, Tenn. 



Back, Zella Mae 

Athens, Tenn. 

Bell, Duane Talmadge 

Greeneville, Tenn. 

Berrios, Jose M. 

Oages, Puerto Rico 

Blankinship, Glen G. 

Pulaski, Virginia 



Bogart, Mabel Ann 

Miami, Florida 

Boggess, Patricia Ann 

Athens, Tenn. 

Bradley, Edna Mae 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Brandt, Erwin W. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 





JUNIORS 



Brillheart, Jerry Allen 

Dublin, Virginia 
Bristow, David Joseph 

Rockwood, Tenn. 
Brown, Emma Margaret 

Philadelphia, Tenn. 

Burger, Clara Dollene 

Isabella, Tenn. 



Bussey, Mary Paul 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Byrum, Bobby 

Athens, Tenn. 

Carmack, James 

Bluff City, Tenn. 

Gate, Tommy Manning 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 



dayman, Martha Helen 

Kingsport, Tenn. 
Cockrell, R. L 
Etowah, Tenn. 
Coe, Dixie Lee 
Athens, Tenn. 
Collins, Katherine Alice 
Niota, Tenn. 



Cox, Daniel Lawrence 

La Follette, Tenn. 

Cunningham, Ann 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Dailey, Billie Jo 

Etowah, Tenn. 

Daugherty, Charles McGee 

Athens, Tenn. 



Day, Barbara Jean 

Pressmen's Home, Tenn. 

Dickens, Jo Ann 

CoDperhill. Tenn. 

Dickey, Sylvia Jeanne 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Dixon, Jack Carrienth 

Athens, Tenn. 



Douglass, Emily Barbara 

Athens, Tenn. 
Dower, James William 

La Follette, Tenn. 

Ellenbura, OIlie 

Athens. Tenn. 

Farmer, Bascom R. 

Pulaski, Virginia 



JUNIORS 



Fowler, Janie Ruth 

Copperhill, Tennt 

Fraioli, Anthony 

Pleasantville, New York 

Frye, Richard Eugene 

Hillsville, Virginia 

Gallaher, Susan Frances 

Athens, Tenn. 



Garaventa, Gloria Ann 

River Edge, New Jersey 

Gentry, Mary Ellen 

Riceville, Tenn. 

George, Thomas Andon 

Charleroi, Pennsylvania 

Gonzales, Rivero Pedro 

Vizcarrando, Puerto Rico 



Goss, Betty 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Goslinga, Simon 

Curacao, D. W. I. 

Green, Harold Forest 

Appalachia, Virginia 

Griffith, Billy 

Maryville, Tenn. 



Grimes, Jeannette 

Loudon, Tenn. 

Gruosso, Felix Joseph 

Queens, New York 

Guinn, Everatt 

Loudon, Tennessee 

Halliday, Adelaide June 

Pellaire, Ohio 



Harris, Kenneth Leroy 

Loudon, Tenn. 

Harrod, George Ross 

Athens, Tenn. 

Haun, Glen 

Tellico Plains, Tenn. 

Hayes, Harold Jackson 

Etowah, Tenn. 



Helvey, Mary Elizabeth 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Henry, Mary Sue 

Conasauga, Tenn. 

Henson, Marcella Ann 

Rome, Georciia 
Hoback, Donald Richard 
North Tazewell, Virginia 




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JUNIORS 



Hooper, M. Eloise 

Georgetown, Tenn. 

Hunt, Marilyn Leab 
Asheville, North Carolina 

Hutsell, Benny Israel 

Athens, Tenn. 

Hutton, William Richard 

Wytheville, Virginia 



Hyder, Patsy Lou 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Inzer, Charles Duard 

Mobile, Alabama 

Janeway, Marjorie Ann 

Athens, Tenn. 

Johnson, Robert Earl 

Athens, Tenn. 



Johnson, Robert 

Athens, Tennessee 

Jolley, Henegar C. 

Athens, Tenn. 

Keen, Alfred Homer Jr. 

Bristol, Tenn. 

Kelley, James Edward 

Etowah, Tenn. 



Key, Betty Lou 

Maryville, Tenn. 

Knee, Jo Jean 

Watertown, Tenn. 

Kizziah, J. C. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Kuykendall, George Vaughan 

Athens, Tenn. 



Lamnom, Carlos Hatton 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

Laymon, Joan 

Athens, Tenn. 

Layne, Jewell Millis 

Whitwell, Tenn. 

Ledford, Shirley Anne 

Athens, Tenn. 



Lee, Robert EHward 

Lenoir City, Tenn. 
Lemons, Glenn Cameron 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Lewis, WalUce Malcolm 

Haverhlti, Mass. 

LillaH, Marv Frances 

Benton, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 



Linderman, Jeanette 

Dalton, Georgia 
Lindsay, Helen Ann 

Cosby, Tenn. 
Linkous, Freda Jane 

Jacksboro, Tenn. 

Lockmiller, Donald L. 

Athens, Tenn. 



Love, Bertie Lynn 

Chuckey, Tenn. 

McBride, Bonnie Jean 

Washington College, D. C. 

McCall, Grover Cleveland 

Pulaski, Virginia 

McClary, Nell 

Benton, Tenn. 



McClellan, Geneva D. 

Gate City, Virginia 

McConkey, Alfred Reece 

Athens, Tenn. 

McGuire, Sara Willie 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 
McKinney, Margaret Sue 

Elizabethton, Tenn. 



McWilliams, Bertia Ruth 

Dunlap, Tenn. 
Mac Kie, John Greene 

Washington, D. C. 

Ma lone, Robert Weeks 

Niota, Tenn. 

Martin, Glenna Faye 

Englewood, Tenn. 



Martin, Virginia F. 

Brooklyn, New York 

Middleton, Frank Leon 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Miller, Timothy Clarence 

Athens, Tenn. 

Mitchell, Robert Edson 

Rockwood, Tenn. 



Morris, Harold Eugene 

Athens, Tenn. 
Neely, William Ledford 

Copperhill, Tenn. 
Newport, Henrietta Jean 

Kenosha, Wis. 

Nyerick, Chester Peter 

Forestville, Conn. 










JUNIORS 

Oliphant, Dorothy Jean 

Riceville, Tern. 
Ottinger, Alberta Lee 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Partain, Walter Richard 

Rossville, Georgia 
Pelleaux, Ellen Faye 

Concord, Tenn. 



Perez, Jose L. 

Cardenos, Cuba 
Perry, Edward L. 

Athens. Tenn. 

Perry, Lois Claire 

River Edge, New Jersey 

Perry, Wanda Oneeta 

Etowah, Tenn. 



Phillips, Tommy Lee 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Picard, Norma Louise 

Albany, New York 

Powers, Virginia Lee 

Athens, Tenn. 

Prendergast, James Lehmann 

Athens, Tenn. 



Price, Frances Louise 

Miami, Florida 
Provins, Anna Jewell 

Jellico, Tenn. 
Provins, Paul Preston 

Jellico, Tenn. 

Pruner, John Tilden, 

Lebanon, Virginia 



Randolph, Johnny Doyle 

Crossville, Tenn. 

Rausch, Clarence Henry 

Washington, D. C. 

Ray, Billy 

Redmond, Patricia Jo 

Erie, Tenn. 



Reed, A. J. Jr. 

Pulaski, Virginia 

(Not Pictured) 

Roach, Bay Donald 

La Follette, Tenn. 

Root, Jack 

Cortland, Ohio 

Rowland, Vernon 

Athens, Tenn. 

Rule, Eugenia Faye 

Morristown, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 



Santana, Eliecer 

Preston, Cuba 
Schultz, Hattie Sue 

Athens, Tenn. 

Schobey, John 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Settlemire, Margaret 

Etowah, Tenn. 



Shields, Lester H. 

Athens, Tenn. 

Shippey, Barbara Jane 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Shorter, Charles Ed 

Harlan, Kentucky 

Sigmon, Bessie Carolyn 

Lenoir City, Tenn. 



Simonds, William Clarence 

Maryville, Tenn. 
Slaughter, Peggy Jane 

Kingsport, Tenn. 
Smith, Dwight Chance 

Harlan, Ky. 

Smith, Wayne Barton 

Athens, Tenn. 



Stone, Jackie 

Roda, Virginia 

Stowe, Roy Lamar 

Athens, Tenn. 

Stuehser, Marguerite 

Harriman, Tenn. 
Suarez, Carlos 

Progreso, Honduras 



Sullivan, Mary Jo 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Tallent, Leon Jefferson 

Vonore, Tenn. 

Taylor, Rose Mary 

Maryville, Tenn. 

Thompson, Johnnie Sue 

Copperhill, Tenn. 



Thorpo, Jack Kenneth 

Ft. McPherson, Georgia 

Tollett, Anna Frances 

Pikeville, Tenn. 

Tollett, Sara E. 

Pikeville, Tenn. 

Tribble, Jacque F. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 





JUNIORS 



Underwood, Imogene 

Decatur, Tenn. 

Van Nostrand, Ralph 

Southampton, New York 

Vestal, Alice Rose 

Epworth, Georgia 

Walker, Nancy Merle 

Jonesboro, Tenn. 



Wallace, Dick 

Maryville, Tennessee 
Walters, Irma Beatrice 

Greeneville, Tenn. 

Webb, Richard Ralph 

N. Tazewell, Virginia 

Weir, Donald Eugene 

Athens, Tenn. 



Weiss, Edna Earl 

Etowah, Tenn. 

Welch, Ellen Barbara 

Ranger, Georgia 

White, Ralph Lee, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Wicker, Angie Arzula 

Niota, Tenn. 



Willet, Lee 

Loudon, Tenn. 

Wilson, Robert Bryant 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

Witt, Kimsey 

Athens, Tenn. 

Wolfenden, Robert Harman 

Athens, Tenn. 



Wolford, Donald Gate 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Woods, Hazel Jewell 

Athens, Tenn. 

Wynn, Kenneth 

Copperhill, Tenn. 

Young, James Harold 

Whitwell, Tenn. 




ful campus. To these organizations go ou 
deepest appreciation for their endless col 
lective and competitive spirit. ■, " , 




THE 

NOCATULA 

STAFF 



The editor of the Nocatula Staff is nominated 
by the Student Council and voted on by the the 
student body. Once elected, he appoints his 
staff and begins the long and difficult task of 
publishing a school annual. The annual publi- 
cation must be printed on time and the publi- 
cation completed before the end of the school 
year; this can be done only by a competent 
editor and the cooperation of both staff and 
student body. It is not a one-man job. There is 
also a scholarship of a certain amount given to 
the editor elect for handling this position. 
The annual is what the student body makes it. 
The staff is composed of: Editor — Dick Gill- 
ert; Asst, Editor — Vic Sparks; Sponsor — E, G. 
Rogers; Business Mgrs. — Barbara Coleman, 
Pearl Hamilton; Photo Editor — Nancy Bailey; 
Art Editor — Marilyn Hunt; Typing Editor — 
Marion McCamy; Social Editor — Mildred Kelley; 
Sports Editor — Don White. 



Left to Right: Pearl Hamilton, Dick Gillert, Prof. E. 
Rogers, Vic Sparks and Barbara Coleman. 



Staff Members — Helen Hinds, Betty Inman, Jane Ayers, Bruce Sandin, Ann Schettler, Bar- 
bara Day, Alice Bardill, John French, Barbara Griffin, Cathryn Panter, Bernola Melhorn, Anne 
Bogart, Virginia Martin, Jack MacKie, Pat Hickman and Reba Burger. 




THE 

BULLDOG 

STAFF 



Deadline — September 20. That's the an- 
nouncement the Editor greeted the 1949-50 
staff with, and to that same effect each staff 
member receives (with a groan) a card about 
once a month announcing another deadline. 
Then there is a rush to collect ads, take pic- 
tures, write and type articles, and lay out a 
dummy copy. Yes, it's work, but fun too! 




Left to Right: Sponsor — A. H. Myers, Editor — Pat Hick- 
man, Asst. Editor — Joyce McCulley, Bus. Manager — 
Barbara Coleman. 



Staff Members — Eugenia Rule, Bernola Melhorn, Jane Ayers, Cathryn Ranter, Barbara Griffin, 
Barbara Day, Vic Sparks, Don White, Bruce Sandin, Ann Schettler, Katharine Mason, Robert 
Bfodecki, Georgia Lyke, Alma Martin, George Robinson, Jeannine Trotter, and Charles Huskins. 




RELIGION IS A WAY OF LIFE 
AT TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 

In accord with the purpose of the College, the Campus religious program 
is both full and enriching for all who participate. The Wednesday morning 
Chapel Service in the auditorium is dedicated exclusively to Christian worship 
under the direction of the College Chaplain. The churches of the city welcome 
the students of the College in a cordial manner and invite participation in 
all of their activities and services. 

Heading the Religious Activities is the Religious Council. This group 
is composed of the student officers of the various campus religious organi- 
zations, their sponsors and a faculty representative. 

The Life Service Volunteers is a fellowship of the students who are 
planning full-time Christian service as their vocation. 

The Wesleyan Fellowship is comp>osed entirely of girls. It is formed 
principally for those interested in the world missionary program of the 
Methodist Church. 



THE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 

Miss Martin, Miss Perkins, A. H. Myers, Chaplain Naff, Edell Hearn, Cecil McFarland, Margaret 
Beckett, Eugene Vestal, Joyce Love, Nancy Bailey, Jeannine Trotter, Alma Martin.. 




LIFE SERVICE VOLUNTEER 

Henry Stamey, Harold Ridge, Geneva McClellan, Gerald McFarland, Edna Gillenwater, Margaret Beckett, Eu- 
gene Vestal, Caria Bowden, Chaplain Naff, A. H. Myers, Bill Griffith, Anne Bogart, Virginia Martin, Margaret 
McKinney, Nancy Bailey, Wanda Sauceman, Martha Helen dayman. Marguerite Stuehser, Bill Smith, Neville 
Hammer, Don Hoback, Cecil McFarland, Edell Hearn, Joe Westcott, Don White, Harry Bandy. 

WESLEYAN FELLOWSHIP 



Harietta Chapman, Joyce Love, Margaret McKinney, Betty Rose Yates, Reba Burger, Ellen Gentry, Henrietta 
Newport, Rose Taylor, Alice Rose Vestal, Marie Williamson, Marguerite Stuehser, Launa Sutherland, Nell Mc- 
Clary, Wanda Sauceman, Marcella Henson, Betty Goss, Edna Mae Bradley, Jeanette Grimes, Ruth McWilliams, 
Mrs. E. A. Brubaker, Jena Haun, Barbara Lane, Marian McCamy, Mary Helvey, Edna Gillenwater, Alma Martin, 
Helen Ridley, Dixie Bogart, Ellen Pelleaux, Virginia Martin, Nancy Bailey, Miss Ethel French, Marjorie Koehl, 
Mrs. Erin Gamble, Joyce McCulley, Pearl Hamilton, Lois Robeson, Norma Picard, Margaret Courtney, Emma 
Brown, Helen Lindsay, Mary Frances Lillard, Jeannine Trotter, Mary Sue Henry, Janie Fowler, Miss Jean Martin. 





Gerry Ponder, Vivian Morgan, June Halliday, Patsy Hyder, Doris Ware, Charlotte Atchley, 
Evelyn Hudgins, Betty Jo Banner, Shirley Ledford, Bonnie McBride, Patsy Boggess, Sue Gallaher, 
Patsy Berry, Barbara Douglass, Georgia Lyke, Mable Taylor, Betty Key, Anne Bogart, Dot 
Oliphant, Mary Dennis, Dixie Coe, Peggy Slaughter, Frank Dyer, Frank Middleton, Bill Grif- 
fith, Jewell Layne, Don Wolford, Joe Whalen, Ralph Van Nostrand, Charles Huskins, Harry 
Bandy, David Bristow, Vic Sparks, Harold Ridge, Kenneth Wynn, James Pandergast, Gerald Mc- 
Farland, Bill Jones, Bill Hutton, Joe Wescott, Dick Frye, Tony Fraioli, Ralph Webb. 



A. J. HOUTS 
Director of Music 




MUSIC PLAYS 
k VITAL PART 



Both in the classroom and out, the college 
furnishes excellent opportunities to cultivate 
and enjoy all of one's musical talents and abil- 
ities. 

The College Chorus, under the direction of 
Professor Jack Houts, has acquired an enviable 
reputation for having a complete repertoire of 
skillfully presented, highly entertaining, mu- 
sical numbers with which the Chorus has de- 
lighted audiences throughout the Southeast. 

The College Trio has also made outstand- 
ing musical contributions wherever they have 
appeared in both sacred and secular programs 
in churches, auditoriums and on the radio. 

A Music Club is promoted to foster a deeper 
appreciation of the old masters and their 
works. The members gain much musically and 
socially from the meetings at Moffitt Hall. 




GIRLS' TRIO 

Evelyn Hudgms, Betty Jo Banner, Betty Key. 




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lalliday 



Harold Ridge in front of the Choir bus. 



TEN^SSEE WES LEVA! 
LEGE CHOIR 



ART CLUB 



Bill Neely, John Armes, Alice Bardill, David Bristow, Eugenia Rule, Bernola Melhorn, Tommy 
Phillips, Margaret Courtney, Marilyn Hunt, Catherine Panter, Betty Inman, James Carmack, 
Miss Geraldine Gerren. 




LIBRARY STAFF 

E. Eller (Librarian), Betty Inman, Sue Schultz, Caria Bowden, Wanda Sauceman, Neville Ham- 
mer, Betty Goss, Geneva McClellan, Joe Westcott, Bonnie McBride, Mary Helvey, Harry Norton, 
Marian McCamy, Don Lockmiller, Dwight Smith, Barbara Shippey, Sue Gallaher, Mrs. J. Van 
Coe (Assistant Librarian). 



GIRL'S LETTER CLUB 

Ivah Lee Campbell, Margaret Beckett, Caria Bowden, Lois Robeson, Bernola Melborn, 




BOY'S LETTER CLUB 



John Mitchell, Drennan Crutchtield, James Hoggatt, Clarence Simonds, Erwin Brandt, Tommy 
George, Carlos Lannom, Carl Porter, Edward Sparks, Charlie Bates, Harold Young, Sam Haley, 
Tommy Cate, Don White, Ralph White, Richard Wallace, James Partain, Bryant Daffron, Bob 
Stevenson, Bill Dower, Robert Badgett, Jerry Brillhart. 



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PHI THETA KAPPA 

Jena Haun, Maxine Gowan, Mary Alice Dennis, Launa Sutherland, Margaret Courtney, Joyce 
Love, Pat Hickman, Barbara Coleman, Bruce Sandin, Jack MacKie, Helen Vestal, Marian 
McCamey, Bernola Melborn, Evelyn Hudgins. Not Pictured: Karry Norton, Amos Callihan. 



HONOR SOCIETIES AT TWC 



Tennessee Wesleyan boasts three honor societies on the campus. Phi 
Theata Kappa, the National Junior College Honor Society, which is open to 
those obtaining scholastic achievements, is one of the most active on the 
campus. 

The 129 cast of Delta Psi Omega, the honorary dramatic organization at 
T.W.C., is self supporting and produces at least three major productions dur- 
ing the school year. 

A Chapter of the National Junior College Debating Fraternity, Phi Rho 
Pi, is also established on the campus. It furnishes a wonderful opportunity for 
students interested in debating to exercise their powers of oration. 



DELTA PSI OMEGA 

Cecil McFarJand (Head Usher), Victor Sparks (Cast Director), Bruce Sandin (Business Manager), 
Barbara Griffin (Secretary), Miss Bell (Sponsor), Evelyn Hudgins (Reporter). 




PHI RHO PI 

Joe Whalen, Virginia Sellers (Secretary,) Amos Callihan (Vice-President), Don Banner (Treasurer), 
Rei^ Burger, Henry Freyre, Louis Freyre (President), Fred Puett (Sponsor). 




THE 

PAN HELLENIC 

COUNCIL 



Bruce Sandin, Fraternity Chairman; Miss Janet McCamy, 
Faculty Chairman; Lois Robeson, Sorority Chairman; 
Helen Hinds, Secretary. 

Bruce Sandin, Helen Vestal, Caria Bowden, Lois Robeson, Helen Hinds, Amos Callahan, 
Professor Yates, Professor Tebeau, Mrs. Hudson, Miss McCamy, Mrs. Coe, Dean Coe. (Not 
Pictured) Professor Houts, Charlie Huskins, Mrs. Houts, Mrs. Arnold, Professor Puett. 




THE PAN-HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 

The Pan - Hellenic Council 
functions as the coordinating 
agency for the fraternal organ- 
izations of the College. Its 
membership consists of the 
presidents of each fraternity 
and sorority, their sponsors, 
and two faculty representatives 
appointed by the President of 
the College. The Dean of Stu- 
dents serves as coordinator of 
the Pan-Hellenic program. 

During the past year the 
Council sponsored a very suc- 
cessful barn party as part of 
orientation week. It also is the 
hub from which many other of 
the social events on the campus 
radiate. 

Pan-Hellenic Council puts on 
a radio program and a chapel 
program for the student body. 
With these, the purposes of 
the organization are put forth, 
and an explanation of the func- 
tions of the Council and of the 
fraternal organizations are pre- 
sented. 






ZE T A 

MU 

E PSILON 



Helen Vestal, President 
Mrs. Lois Arnold, Sponsor 



Mrs. Lois Arnold Sponsor 

Helen Vestal President 

Reba Burger Vice-President 

Betty Yates Treasurer 

Mable Taylor . Secretary 

Margaret Courtney Corresponding Secretary 



Marguerite Steuhser, Janie Fowler, Geneva McClellan, Patsy Hyder, Ivah Lee Campbell, Wanda 
Sauceman, Marcella Henson, Rose Taylor, Betty Goss, Dixie Coe, Helen Lindsay, Mary Frances 
Lillard, Ruth McWilliams, Joan Layman, Dollene Burger, Edna Mae Bradley, Mrs. Lois Arnold 




The Zeta Mu Epsilon Soror- 
ity has had a very busy but 
profitable year. They have been 
led by capable officers and feel 
fortunate in having such good 
officer material for the coming 
year. The year started off with 
a bang when the Zetas received 
the beautiful loving cup from 
the National Headquarters of 
Zeta Mu Epsilon for having the 
most progressive and outstand- 
ing chapter in the National So- 
rority. The girls of course were 
very proud of this honor and 
are in hopes they will be able 
to keep the cup again this year. 
If a chapter wins the cup three 
years straight, it becomes theirs 
to keep. 

The Fall Quarter was of 
course taken up mostly with 
initiation of the new girls into 
the sorority, and much fun was 
had by all. Also during the Fall 
Quarter there was the contest 
sponsored by Coach Hudson for 
the sorority or fraternity doing 
the best job of advertising for 
the football games. The Zetas 
were picked the lucky winners 
and received the prize of ten 
dollars. 

On the last day of the Fall 
Quarter the Zetas entertained 
the football team in the Rec 
Hall with a chili party and af- 
terwards played folk games. 
Everyone ate until he could eat 
no more. 

The Zeta Alumni Conven- 
tion was held on a week-end 
early last fall and the active 
members enjoyed meeting the 
former students and being with 
them. 

The two big events of the 
year are yet to come for the 
Zetas this year — the annual 
party and the chaoel proaram. 
The partv will be a St. Patrick's 
Day affair and we hooe it will 
be as successful as the parties 
given bv the other fraternities 
and sororities. 

All in all, it has been a good 
year for the Zetas and it will 
be with much regret that the 
Seniors will turn the active 
Chapter over to the Juniors, 
but they will have the consola- 
tion that they are leaving 
things in very capable hands. 






KAPPA 
DELTA 
PHI 



Mrs. Jack Houts Sponsor 

Helen Hinds President 

Mary Alice Dennis Vice-President 

Bernola Melhorn Secretary 

Cathryn Panter Treasurer 



Helen Hinds, President 
Mrs. A. J. Houts, Sponsor 



Betty Inman, Irma Walters, Charlotte Atchley, Sue Thompson, Virginia Martin, Jeannine 
Trotter, Ellen Welch, Margaret Beckett, Neil McClary, Sue Gallaher, Eugenia Rule, Angle 
Wicker, Barbara Arnold, Barbara Griffin, Pat Hickman, Kathrine Mason, Virginia Powers, 
Glena Martin, Bonnie McBride, Anne Bogart, Katherine Collins, Dolores Guffey, Alice Bardill, 
Jerry Ponder, Ruth Ann Maddox. (Not Pictured) Maxine Walter Gowan. 




Our Diary 

Dear Diary, 

It's wonderful to be back at 
T.W.C. There are twelve re- 
turning Kappas in addition to 
Mrs, Houts, our sponsor. A new 
co-sponsor, Miss Betty Perkins, 
and a new patroness. Miss Jean 
Martin, are welcomed addi- 
tions. 

Rush week found the Kappas 
playing hostess at a hayride, a 
bowling party, and an old 
southern banquet. What fun! 

Katherine Mason is the 
newly elected Sweetheart of 
Eta iota Tau Fraternity. Also 
Mary A. Dennis is Sweetheart 
of Theta Sigma Chi. We are 
proud of Mary Alice's position 
as vice president of the Senior 
Class and of Margaret Beck- 
ett's place as secretary. Anne 
Bogart is girl representative 
and Virginia Martin is treas- 
urer of the Junior Class. 

Homecoming week- end 
brought old friends back; first 
prize to the Kappa float in the 
parade; and honorable mention 
for football game advertise- 
ment. 

The Queen's car carried two 
Kappas as royalty, Betty Inman 
as football queen, and Kather- 
ine Mason as senior attendant. 

Our party, "The Kappa 
Kruise," was a big success. It 
left us a bit sea-sick but so 
relieved. 

Initiation was a riot with 
those Kappa box-houses. We 
were so tired that it was diffi- 
cult to tell who initiated whom. 

Our chapel program took us 
over an enjoyable tour of the 
United States on the train "El- 
Kappa-Tan." Bernola Melborn 
deserves art work credit. 

"The Barrets of Wimpole 
Street" starred Barbara Griffin 
with Mary Alice Dennis and 
Norma Picard in minor roles. 

The alumni banquet was sort 
of a "grand finale" for the 
1950 Kappas. It was good to 
see our old friends. We seniors 
will soon be alumnae ourselves 
and we wish the new members 
much success. 

The time has come for us to 
close our diary on another year. 
We feel that we have accom- 
plished a great deal for Kappa. 

The fact that our president 
Helen Hinds was chosen "Miss 
T.W.C." is final evidence of 
Kappa Delta Phi's character. 






SIGMA 

IOTA 

CHI 



Mrs. Rankin Hudlson, Sponsor 
Miss Caria Bowden, President 



Carla Bowden President 

Nancy Bailey Vice-President 

Joyce McCulley Secretary 

Marion McCamy Treasurer 



Nancy Wall^er, Jane Ayers, Franl<ie Robinson, Margaret Ranl<.in, Freda Linkous, Shirley 
Ledford, Henrietta Newport, Marjorie Janeway, Patsy Berry, Alma Martin, Vivian Morgan, 
Leyla Hernandez, Peggy Slaughter, Martha dayman, June Haliday, Ann Cunningham, Bar- 
bara Coleman, Gloria Garavanta, Dorothy Oliphant, Lois Perry, Jo Jean Knee, Marilyn Hunt, 
Barbara Douglass, Betty Best, Patsy Boggess, Evelyn Hudgins, Mary Ellen Gentry. 





IN MEMORY OF ANN 



There's a land we call Tomorrow 
Which is only just next door, 
Where there is no word for sorrow, 
Where there's good untold in store. 
Now we know hearts there are lighter. 
Now that kingdom is more fair. 
Now the angels' smiles are brighter — 
Just because our Ann is there. 

J. M. Rutherford, Jr. 





ETA 

UPSILON 

GAMMA 



Lois Robeson, President 
Mrs. J. Van B. Coe, Sponsor 



Lois Robeson President 

Launa Sutherland Vice-President 

Mildred Kelley Secretary 

Joyce Love Treasurer 



Jean Dickey, Sue Epperson, Caroline Sigman, Jo Banner, Helen Ridley, Barbara Day, Frances 
Price, Mary Paul Bussey, Jeannette Linderman, Margaret McKinney, Jewell Woods, Kay 
Johnston, Marjorie Koehl, Harrietta Chapman, Mrs. J. Van B, Coe. 




ETA UPSILON GAMMA 

As the bright days of Au- 
gust 49 merged into Septem- 
ber, we Gammas were busy 
making preparations for col- 
lege again. We all looked for- 
ward with anticipation to 
another good Gamma year. Our 
first outing was a hamburger 
fry, with the Gammas and their 
dates. We began at once with 
preparations for our big party 
of the year. We had a formal 
"Harvest Moon Festival," Oc- 
tober 29th which was a huge 
success. We were glad to see 
so many of our old girls back, 

"Rushing" came November 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th; our parties 
consisted of a scavenger hunt 
and chili supper at the home of 
alumna Roxie Smith; a hayride 
to the drive-in where we ate 
plenty of food while we 
watched a good movie. A "Kid" 
party at the home of Dean Ri- 
viere. Our rush parties netted 
us a fine group of pledges. 

In no time at all Christmas 
had rolled around! The Christ- 
mas spirit was strong in our 
Gamma Hearts, and we shared 
our material blessings in the 
form of a huge basket of food- 
stuffs with an elderly and very 
needy little lady. We had our 
Christmas party in which we 
exchanged gifts and had loads 
of fun being together. 

After Christmas vacation we 
came back to school full of 
ideas for mock initiation. We 
had our initiation on the cam- 
pus and in town, which proved 
to be very successful. This wss 
loads of fun, or at least we old 
Gammas thought so. 

Then came our beautiful 
formal initiation ritual, and the 
candlelight of secret ceremony 
created an indelible picture 
that will remain long after our 
days at Wesleyan are over. 

On February 24th we gave 
our Chapel Program, a take-off 
on Romeo and Juliet, which 
was humerous and educational. 
Plans are now underway for 
our big spring banquet, and 
then graduation. 

Several of our girls have re- 
ceived honors this year: our 
President Lois Robeson was 
voted the qirl with the best per- 
sonality; Vice President, Launa 
Sutherland was chosen Senior 
beauty; and Mildred Kelley, se- 
lected for the best dressed. 






ETA 
IOTA 
T AU 



Charlie Huskins President 

Carl Porter VicerPresident 

Frank Dyer Secretary 

Don Banner Treasurer 

Professor A. J. Houts Sponsor 



Charlie Huskins, President 
Professor A. J. Houts, Sponsor 



Ralph Webb, Bill Griffeth, Dick Gillert, Bill Smith, Harold Ridge, David Bristow, Everett 
Guinn, Frank Middleton, Joe Whalen, Clarence Simonds, Harold Young, Carlos Lannom, Bryant 
Daffron, Paul Fancher, Bill Neeley, Dick Rosenbaum, Kenneth Harrison, Cecil McFarland, 
Kenneth Wynn. 



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ETA IOTA TAU 

The Eta lota Tau fraternity, 
better known as the Hits, held 
its annual dance (Football 
Party) at T.W.C's old gym. 
The Queen of the fraternity 
was presented who was no 
other than Miss Katherine Ma- 
son of Chilhowee, Virginia, 
a senior here at college and a 
member of the Kappa Delta Phi 
sorority. The dance was made 
a success only through the co- 
operation of the members and 
the backing of the student 
body and the presence of our 
lovely Queen. 

Rush week wqs a hectic one 
as usual, but everything went 
off fine for the Hits. They were 
pledged and are now members, 
some of T.W.C's finest in 
quality and quantity. Let it be 
known that the Hits are always 
there on top. 

Mr. Jack Housts, our spon- 
sor, is an asset to the frater- 
nity. He has put plenty of time 
and work into the organization. 
He has assisted in our handling 
of financial affairs, and has 
given to us that needed coor- 
dination. Hats off to "The pro- 
fessor of Musical Knowledge, 
A. J. Houts." 

Just remember fun for all 
and get the most from your 
fraternity by being active, and 
by joining the band wagon to 
social life at T.W.C. 







THET A 
SIGMA 
CHI 



Amos Callihan, President 
Mr. Fred Puett, Sponsor 



Amos Callihan President 

Julian Wild Vice-President 

Jack Poole Secretary 

Jake Robinson Treasurer 

Mr. Fred Puett Sponsor 



Mike Passa, Harry Norton, Edell Hearn, Robert Brodecki, John Pruner, Bob Armstrong, 
Duane Bell, Bob Sword, Bob Wolfenden, Ed Perry, Loyd Robeson, Tommy Phillips, Paul McAmis. 



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REMINISCING 

In the spring of the year 
1947, Dean Richmond as- 
sembled a group of "Wesleyan- 
ites" for the purpose of organ- 
izing a new fraternity. Their 
effort founded Theta Sigma 
Chi, Beta Chapter; accepted as 
a national organization in the 
summer of 1947, at the Na- 
tional College Pan- 
hellenic Council. Although we 
"Chi's" are a young organiza- 
tion, we have projected the fra- 
ternity into all campus activi- 
ties. Our record speaks for it- 
self. 

Socially: The largest single 
contingent in the Homecoming 
Parade — namely, (12) floats. 
The finest Pledge Banquet in 
Sigma Chi history. Our annual 
party was its traditional suc- 
cess. 

Scholastically: Amos Calli- 
han and Harry Norton are 
members of Phi Theta Kappa, 
plus a host of members who 
have made the "Dean's List" — 
Jack Pool, Tom Phillips, Don 
Wolford, Michael Passa, Amos 
Callihan, Edell Hearn, Harry 
Norton, and Julian Wilde. 

Civically: Our organization 
has produced the Vice-Presi- 
dent, Edell Hearn, of the stu- 
dent body who also assumed the 
President's office in the third 
quarter. 

Our Sweetheart who has 
been elected annually in all 
"Chi Fraternities" has been a 
tremendous asset to our organ- 
ization, and we take this time 
to express our thanks to Mary 
Alice Dennis. 

To our sponsor. Professor 
Fred H. Puett, who has shown 
a sincere interest in our lives 
as young men, we owe our 
deepest thanks. His effort is 
shown in the success of our fra- 
ternity today. 

With heavy hearts we rem- 
inisce upon the activities of 
another successful year for 
Theta Sigma Chi. Although 
life's paths will separate many 
of the brothers, our feeling of 
unity will always exist. 






PHI 

SIGMA 

NU 

!\\ 

Bruce Martin Sandin President 

Victor Paul Sparks Vice-President 

Wayne Irvin Gochenour Secretary 

Sam Milton Haley Treasurer 

President Bruce Sandin 
Sponsor E. E. Tebeau 
Donald Gene White, John Hoyt French, Maynard Newman, Dwight Chance Smith, Elicer 
Santana, Henry Stamey, Wayne Barton Smith, Don Lockmiller, James Clayton Kizzlah, 
Jackie Stone, Wally Malcolm Lewis, Simone Goslinga, Pedro Gonzalez, Donald Eugene 
Wier, John Greene MacKie, James Buford Hoggatt, William Mutton, Felix Joseph Grusso, 
Raymond Carmack, George Vaughn Kuykendall, Jose Pepe Perez, Robert Edson Mitchell, 
Clarence Henry Rausch 



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PHI SIGMA NU 

The Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity 
has strived to obtain only one 
aim. It has been our purpose to 
serve to promote friendships 
and wholesome social activities 
on the Tennessee Wesleyan 
Campus. Only those students 
who have attained a high stan- 
dard of scholarship and charac- 
ter are accepted into the fra- 
ternity. 

To begin our list of activi- 
ties, we sponsored a hayride 
for the members of the frater- 
nity and their dates. Our even- 
ing was spent around a nice 
bonfire on the Mayfield farm. 
Everyone enjoyed this hayride 
and it gave each of us a chance 
to become better acquainted. 

Our next social activity was 
during "Rush Week" when the 
Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity held 
its annual "Rush Week" ban- 
quet at Norwood's Cafe. About 
fifty members and pledges 
were present at the banquet. 
Our toastmaster was the well- 
known Dr. Burton of Athens. 
Among our guests were Profes- 
sor E. E. Tebeau and Mr. Nor- 
man Nagel. We were honored 
with the presence of Mr. Clif- 
ford Cunningham of Athens, 
who was elected Grand Secre- 
tary of the National Organiza- 
tion. 

Our last social event of the 
season was the "Carnival of 
Carnations." This was our 
annual Valentine dance. Carn- 
ations were given to the ladies 
at the door while members of 
the fraternity wore their fra- 
ternity flower, the yellow rose. 
The music for the dance was 
wire-recorded to give an even, 
blended array of music. The 
gym was decorated with the 
traditional Valentine colors of 
red and white with large red 
hearts covering the walls. The 
highlight of the evening was 
the crowning of the King and 
Queen of Hearts. These two 
royalties were represented by 
none other than Louis Freyre 
and Alma Martin. 

During the year we selected 
a "Dream Girl" from the many 
beautiful lassies of the campus. 
The final decision rested on 
Miss Nancy Bailey who, in our 
opinion is certainly a "Dream 
Girl." 





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One of the traditions of the school is the a 
of a King and Queen of Hearts. As they 
celebration of Valentine's Day, the heart theme has beeri 
chosen for their title. 

The persons elected are chosen for their good. 
personality, friendliness and probably most of all, popul 

Each year a week or so ahead of the annual Valent 
Day Party, nominations for candidates for the election are 
taken up in chapel. The three highest of boys a 
total nominations are placed on a ballot 
are then voted on and the winners are crowned at the formal 
Valentine's Day Party. 

This year the popular choice for the honor of King and 
Queen of Hearts were Louis Freyre an 
and Alma are both most representative 
tradition they stand for. During the 
of them have endeared themselves to the 
dents and faculty, thus is most appropri 
them the title of King and Queen of 




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"You're the same to him no 

matter who you are. 
He'll be' your friend both near 

and far." 

No truer words could be 
uttered than theje to portray 
the personality we are trying 
to describe. 

Everyone at Tennessee Wes- 
levan College has grown to love 
Edell Hearn for the high stand- 
ards he has stood for and the 
example he has set for us here 
on the campus. His leadership 
as vice-president of the Student 
Body, of the Student Christian 
Association, as member of the 
Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity, 
Fellowship Team, Life Service 
Volunteers, Religious Council,- 
and other minor clubs and or- 
ganizations, will never be for- 
gotten by those who have 
shared in these fellowships 
with him. 

We, the students and faculty 
members of Tennessee Wes- 
leyan College, have felt it a 
great honor to have been able 
to share in these wonderful ex- 
periences, which have been 
portrayed by such a wonderful 
Christian personality in such a 
Christian way, that they will 
never be forgotten. 

We know that Edell will be 
successful in life and make a 
great contribution to his fri- 
ends, his community, and the 
world, for the great principles 
of life and the consideration 
for others that he has stood 
for while in our midst. 

Here's wishing Mr. T. W. C. 
of 1950, all the success and 
happiness that may be his for 
the future. 



MR 



T WC 



Have you heard the history 
of Rockwood, or what about the 
great ship Titanic? If not, then 
look up our most talented 
senior, Miss Helen Hinds, who 
has been chosen Miss T. W. C. 
for this year. 

With Helen's popularity, 
personality, leadership, talent, 
and friendliness, she is tops 
with all who know her. 

Not only is she President of 
her sorority, Kappa Delta Phi, 
but also Secretary of the Pan 
Helenic Council, and a member 
of the Art Club, Nocatula 
Staff, and S.C.A. Her vocation 
is in the field of teaching. 

Helen will always be remem- 
bered as our most representa- 
tive girl in the senior class. 







MISS T WC 



SENIOR BEAUTY 



Launa Sutherland 




SENIOR HANDSOMEST 



Louie Freyre 




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JUNIOR BEAUTY 



Marilyn Hunt 




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JUNIOR HANDSOMEST 



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J. C. Kizziah 




BEST ALL AROUND 

Mary Alice Dennis 

Edell Hearn 



CLASS PESTS 
Georgia Lyke 
Jake Robinson 





MOST FRIENDLY 

Margaret Beckett 

Don Banner 






MOST TALENTED 

Helen Hinds 
Harry Lee Bandy 




BEST PERSONALITY 
Lois Robeson 
Amos Callihan 




^, ^ MOST POPULAR 

^ ' -1 Jane Ayers 

Drennan Crutchfield 



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MOST ATHLETIC 

Ivah Lee Campbell 

Buck Mitchell 






BEST DRESSED 

Mildred Kelley 

Carl Porter 



MOST STUDIOUS 
Jena Haun 
Mike Passa 





Top — "Footba 
from Ten Mile, 

Left — Miss 
town, Tennessee 

Right — Miss 
Chilhowee, Virg 

Elected by 
squad and the athletic association fo 




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Bill Nichols, Charles Lanier, Robert Badgett, Jimmy Rawls, David Wood, A. J. Reeves, Buck 
Mitchell, Grady Gowens, Dick Rosenbaum, Clarence Simonds, Drennon Crutchfield, Kimsey 
Witt, Bill Starnes, Frank Middleton, Don White, James Partain, Carl Porter, Clarence Crom- 
well, Charles Bates, Erwin Brandt, Sam Hailey, Bill Dower, Jerry Brillhart, Harlan Daugherty, 
Richard Frye, Tommy Cate, Carlos Lannom, Coach Matthews, James Hoggatt, Bill Knox, Ed 
Sparks, Richard Wallace, Charles Inzer, Ralph White, Bryant Daffron, Bob Stephenson, Wade 
Hubbard, James Hitson, Harold Young, James Pangle, Tommy George, Coaches Rankin Hudson 
and Robert Matthews. 

BULLDOGS ON THE GRIDIRON 



The football team, although plagued 
with injuries, had a fair record this season. 
Although the record does not seem so good, 
the team really showed a lot of cooperation. 

In the opener against East Tennessee 
State at Johnson City, the Bulldogs lost by 
a 19-6 score, after coming back in the 
second half and playing the East Tennessee 
boys to a standstill. 

The Bulldogs played their second game 
on the next Friday night in Milledgeville, 
Georgia, with Georgia Military College. This 
was the only setback by a Junior College this 
season — T.W.C. losing by a score of 25 to 0. 

On October 18, the Bulldogs were host 
to the South Georgia Junior College this 
being their first home game and by far 
the most outstanding game this season. The 
score of this game was 25 to 14 in favor 
of Wesleyan. 

Wesleyan played a powerful and strong 



Austin Peay (Senior) College at Clarksville, 
Tennessee, on October 15, losing to a tune 
of 64 to 19. 

The Bulldogs on October 22, played 
their next home game with Athens (Ala.) 
College to a 7 to 7 deadlock. 

The following weekend found Wes- 
leyan really romping and stomping over the 
University of Tennessee Junior College from 
Martin, Tennessee, to the score of 48 to 0. 

November 5 found the Bulldogs again 
in Johnson City playing the Milligan College 
Buffaloes and losing by the score of 19 
to 7. 

As part of the Armistice Day celebra- 
tion, the Bulldogs played host to the T. P. I. 
freshmen from Cookeville, Tennessee, and 
won by a score of 20 to 7. 

Homecoming was on November 19 
which found the "Old Grads" and friends 
of the College seeing a ball game that was a 






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Coaches Rankin Hudson and Robert MaHhews 



hard fought affair. The Bulldogs played host 
to St. Bernard College from Cullman, Ala- 
bama, defeating them by the score of 39 
to 0. 

On Thanksgiving afternoon the local 
grid fans saw their second afternoon game 
of the season and also the final game for 
1949, between the Bulldogs and Middle 
Georgia Junior College from Cochran, 
Georgia. The score of this game was in 
favor of Wesleyan 39 to 0. 



1949 SEASON SCHEDULE 



We 




They 


6 


East Tennessee State 


19 





Georgia Military College 


25 


25 


South Georgia College 


14 


19 


Austin Peay 


64 


7 


Athens College 


7 


48 


U. T. Junior College 





7 


Milligan 


19 


20 


T. P. 1. 


7 


33 


St. Bernard 


6 


39 


Middle Georgia College 







Co-Capt-ains Buck Mitchell and A. J. Reeves 




MITCHELL 

ROSENBAUM 

STEVENSON 

DAUGHERTY 

SPARKS 

HALEY 



WITT 
DAFFON 
STERNS 
PANGLE 
BATES 
RAWLS 



The end of the fall quarter saw several 
of the Bulldogs graduating and continuing 
their careers at senior colleges. They in- 
clude: A. J. Reeves, Jasper, Tennessee; 
Grady Gowens, Murray Cross, Alabama; 
Dave Woods, Jacksonville, Florida, Ear! 
Inman, Athens, Tennessee; Jim Rawls, Jack- 
sonville, Florida; Charles Lanier, Petersburg, 
Virginia; and Bill Nichols, Athens, Ala- 
bama. 

The freshmen this year who will make 
senior varsity players next year ought to 
make Coaches Hudson and Matthews some 
good material for this coming spring prac- 
tice. 

The captains for the 1950 football were 
elected at a recent banquet of the football 
team. They are; Wade Hubbard, Washing- 
ton, DC; and Ed Sparks, Maryville, Tennes- 
see. 




LENIER 
GOWENS 
CRUTCHFIELD 
KNOX 
GEORGE 
NICHOLS 






BULLDOGS 
ON THE 
HARDWOOD 



The Tennessee Wesleyan College Bas- 
ketball team completed a successful season 
recently. One of the highlights of the past 
season was the grand opening of the James 
L. Robb Gym. Approximately 1000 people 
were present to see Wesleyan put up a stiff 
battle only to lose 66-62 to Maryville Col- 
lege. Other outstanding games of the sea- 
son were with the University of Chattanooga, 
which Wesleyan won 77-58; Wesleyan tak- 
ing a hard one from the Dixie Spinners 
60-54; Wesleyan losing a tough battle to 
the University of Tennessee Freshmen 57- 
56; and losing the final game of the season 
to Emory and Henry 66-78, 



The team was led by Co-captains Smith 
and Rutledge with Hoggatt, Partain, and 
Stevenson making the starting team. 

The Southeastern Junior College Basket- 
ball Tournament was held in the Robb Gym, 
March 6 and 7 Teams from Kentucky, Ten- 
nesseee, Alabama, Georgia, and North Caro- 
lina made up the tournament. Tennessee 
Weslevan won their wav to the semi-finals 
bv defeating a strong Young Harris team 
85-61, but were defeated in the semi-finals 
by the team which later pi-nved to be the 
tournament champions. The score was 
Camobellsville 49, Tennessee Weslevan 48. 

Co-Caotsin Smith and Hogatt were chosen 
on the All-Tournament team. 



We 



1949-50 SEASON RECORD 
BASKETBALL 



They 



University of Georgia Junior College 

Martin College 

Martin College 

Dixie Spinners 

University of Chattanooga Frosh. 

Berry College 

Maryville College 

University of Georgia Junior College 

McMinn High School 

University of Chattanooga Frosh. 

University of Tennessee Frosh, 

Maryville College 

Berry College 

University of Tennessee Frosh 

University of Vanderbilt Frosh, 

Dixie Spinners 

Martin College 

Martin College 

Emory and Henry 

Southeastern Junior College Tournament 

85 Young Harris 61 

48 Campbellsville 49 

Semi-Finals 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



Royalettes won 

Martin College, there won 

Martin College, there won 

Decatur Independent won 

Martin College, here won 

Martin College, here lost 

McMinn lost 

Our basketball girls really did a good job 
with the few games scheduled. Being a junior 
college, it is difficult to get a very complete 
schedule for the girls' team. 

The trips away and the games at home pro- 
moted an attitude of sportsmanship and friend- 
ship among the girls. 



Compliments of 



KNOXVILLE 



FERTILIZER 



COMPANY 



Dean-Planters Tobacco Warhouse 



KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 



Knoxville Sangravl Material 



Knoxville 



Tennessee 



THE KNOXVILLE JOURNAL 

Published Every Morning 
EstaUUshed 1839 

ROY N. LOTSPEiCH 
President and Publisher 

Knoxville Tennessee 



Two Big Stores to Serve You 
George's Main Store and Home Center Store 




Compliments of 

SCRUGGS 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY Inc. 

Hotel and Restaurant Equipment 
Store and Butcher Supplies 



Knoxville 1 



Tennessee 



WESLEYAN GIRLS CAN EARN 
$100.00 FOR EACH SUCCESS- 
FUL SALESLADY THEY FIND 
FOR US. 

WE MAKE MADE-TO- 
MEASURE DRESSES. WRITE US 
FOR DETAILS. 

POWERS INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacuturers of 



Mobert yc 



oweri 



SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE 



ATHENS PHOTO SERVICE 

8 to 24 Hour Kodak Service 
KODAK— CAMERA— F 1 LMS 
GREETING CARDS— GIFTS 
ATHENS PHOTO SERVICE 

Tirv-o Blocks From The Campus 


Compliments of 

DAYLE MAY 

Jeweler 

101 Chicamauga Avenue 

Rossville Georgia 


TAYLOR'S OFFICE 

SUPPLY STORE 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

Southern Blow Pipe & Roofing Co. 

PHONE 9-1441 

109 North Highland Park Ave. 

Chattanooga Tennessee 


For Better Food, Shop At 

GUFFEY'S FOOD MARKET 

PHONE 700 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 


PARAMOUNT PHARMACY 

Calloway and Underwood 

5307 Brainerd Road 

Chattanooga Tennessee 


CALHOUNS 

MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOP 

The Store For Lad and Dad 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

ARCHER PAPER COMPANY 

Chattanooga Tennessee 


Compliments of 

MORGAN'S SHOE SHOP 

Kingsport Tennessee 


GOULDS LUGGAGE CO. 

823 Broad Street 

Chattanooga Tenn. 


Compliments of 

S B E L'S 

THE MEN'S STORE 
Kingsport Tennessee 


Compliments of 
MAC'S DRY CLEANERS 

3217 Brainerd Road 
Chattanooga Tennessee 


Compliments of 

DOBYNS-TAYLORS 

"Since 1922" 
Kingsport Tennessee 


BRAINERD DRUG COMPANY 

Prescriptions Druggists 

3240 Brainerd Road 

Chattanooga Tennessee 


Compliments of 
PARKS-BELK CO. 

"Kingsport's Family Dept. Store" 



Compliments of 
HENDERSON & COLEMAN 
Chattanooga Tennessee 




Compliments of 

H & C MEN'S WEAR 

3rd Door In Georgia 
Rossville Georgia 


Compliments of 

MERCER PIE COMPANY 

Chattanooga Tennessee 


Compliments of 
Chattanooga Tennessee 


Best Wishes From Your Friendly 
Neighbor 

HARROD'S THRIFT MARKET 

Opposite: Moffitt Hall 
Featuring Our Own Fresh 

Bakery Goods 

If It Grows— We Have It 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

SCOTT BUILDER'S SUPPLY 
COMPANY, Inc. 

C. F. SCOTT, JR. 
President 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

CENTRAL SERVICE STATION 

138 East Madison Avenue 

ESSO PRODUCTS 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


CHEROKEE HARDWARE CO 

SPORTING GOODS 

FURNITURE— PAINTS 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

West Madison 

PHONE 14 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 




Distinctive 
Annuals 



Archer & Smith Printing Co., Inc. 



103 3 N. Broadwa 



y 



Knoxville, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

Dixie Motor 
Company 

DODGE— PLYMOUTH 
DEALER 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

(Your) 

PARK AVEXIJE 
LALXDRY 

3-Day Service 
(1 Day in Emergency) 

Phone 311 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE 

■ ATHENS 
PLOW COMPANY 




ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

ATHENS 
TABLE 
COMPANY 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 




WIllIARD SMITH 



Official 

Nocatula 

Photographer 

Studio 



Portrait 
Commercial 
Aerial 
Color 

West Washington Street 

PHONE 1126 

"SEE MY PICTURES — MY BEST ADVERTISEMENT" 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



Weddings 

Industrial 

Legal 

Catalog 



Compliments 

of 

VESTAL STOVE COMPANY 

Stove Manufacturers 
Sweetwater Tennessee 



Compliments 
of 

MILES A. RIDDLE 

Drug Company 

Prescriptions 
Athens Tennessee 



Compliments 
THE FARMERS BANK 

"The Friendly Bank" 

Member of Federal Deposit 

Insurance Corporation 

Athens Phone 115 Tenn. 



Compliments of 



Church Street Methodist Church 



Knoxville 



Tennessee 



Compliments of 

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

Member of Federal Reserve System 
Member of Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. 



Athens 



Tennessee 



Knoxville Scenic Studios, Inc. 

"Distinctive Stage Equipment" 

BOX — 1029 

Knoxville Tennessee 



Compliments 
of 

KERNS BREAD COMPANY 

Knoxville Tennessee 



McGregor Sportswear 
Portis Hats 
Rhythm Step Shoes 
Sandler of Boston 



The House of Quality 



Acrobat Shoes 

Doris Dodson 

Gay Gibson 

Cohand Fabrics 



ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



ATHENS FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PHONE 72 Paul J. Walker, Sec.-Treas. 

A Federal Savings Institution 

Member Federal Home Loan Bank System 

Savings Insured up to $5,000 



Athens 



Tennessee 



ATHENS INSURANCE AGENCY 

"Every Form of Reliable Insurance" 

PAUL J. WALKER, Owner 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 



Mayfield's 

Jersey 

Milk 



Grade A 

Pasteurized 

Homogenized 



Mayfield's 

Jersey Maid 

Ice Cream 



Ask For Our Products At Your Favorite Store 
PHONE 704-705 

MAYFIELD'S CREAMERY 



ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

J. FRED JOHNSON &' CO. 

DEPARTMENT STORE 
KINGSPORT TENNESSEE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CENTRAL MOTOR CO. 

ETOWAH TENNESSEE 



VALLEY MOTOR COMPANY Inc. 

Your Friendly Mercury 

and 

Lincoln Dealer 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



SILVERWARE 



CHINA 



WILSON'S 

Your Jeweler 
CRYSTAL GIFTS 



Compliments of 

ATHENS 

and 

STRAND TH EATR ES 



ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 



TENNESSEE MOTOR COMPANY 



ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



ATHENS HARDWARE 




"At The Sign of The Saw" 



ATHENS 



TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

FOSTER MOTOR CO. 

Studebaker 

PHONE 858 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



WALL CHEVROLET CO. 

Your Chevrolet Dealer 

Your Service Appreciated 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 
WANKAN COAL COMPANY 

"The Company With The Coal and the 

Service" 

PHONE 717.J 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




SPECIALIZING IN 



CHARTER TRIPS 



ANY WHERE — ANY TIME 



CALL OR WRITE. 



Tennessee CmcH Company 

^ines 



GENERAL OFFICES 



S10 SEVIER AVENUE 



KNOXVILLE 15. TENNESSEE 



THE H. T. HACKNEY CO. 



BJue Horse School Supplies 



Athens 



Tennessee 



FRANK R. DODSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Incorporated 

9-10 Fisher Building 

Athens Tennessee 



Compliments of 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



Athens 



Tennessee 



HUGHES FURNITURE CO. 

One of The Leading Dealers in 

New and Used: 

FURNITURE — STOVES 

and FLOOR COVERINGS 

CALL 332 

Cash or Credit — We Deliver 
N. WHITE 

Athens Tennessee 



ATHENS COAL & TRANSFER 



PHONES 400- 103-J 



Athens 



Tennessee 



PROFFITT 'S 



The Student's Store — 



Athens 



Tennessee 



Compliments of 



MEIGS COUNTY BANK 



Decatur 



Tennessee 



Compliments of 
DAVE & JOE GENOE 

Everything For The Fisherman 
Decatur Tennessee 



CHATTANOOGA 
Merchants Page 

KERR'S 
T. H. PAYNE CO. 

KOBLENTZ 

THE FISCHER CO. 

JOY'S FLOWERS 

CLEMONS BROS. CO. 

MILLER BROS. CO. 

LOVEMAN'S, INC. 

SHUMACKER'S 

THE SPORT SHOP 

MARTIN-THOMPSON CO. 

MOORE AND KING 

EDMUND'S RESTAURANT 

LANSFORD PIANO CO. 

Chaftanooga Tennessee 



Phi Sigma Nu Dream Girl. 
Xancy Daily 




FOR CLOTHES YOU DKEAM OF 



ATHENS DEPARTMENT STORE 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



When Your Are Hungry And Energy is 
Low, Drive Out to Eat at — 

THE TALLEY-HO 

BEN L. TALLEY, Proprietor 
Brainerd Rood at St. Marks Ave. 

Chattanooga Tennessee 



Compliments of 

ATHENS HOSIERY 
MILLS 

Incorporated 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 



THE 
ATHENS STOVE WORKS 

Incorporated 

Manufacturers of 

Stoves 
Athens Tennessee 



RIGGS - BUTTRAM 
LUMBER COMPANY 

Lumber Millwork 

Telephone 105 



ATHENS 



TENN. 



Taylor Implement' Company 

Manufacturers 

of 

Tractor Darwn Taylor-Way 

Implements 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 




Compliments of 
The Southern Soda Shop 

"Slop Shop" 

and 

THE CITY DRUG CO. 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 


RAY COAL COMPANY 

Heating and Air Conditioning 

PHONE 367 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

Hammer Supply Company 

A Complete Line of 

Builder Supplies 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

RUSSELL MOTOR CO. 

Your Friendly 
Pontiac — Cadillac Dealer 

Phone 480 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Compliments of 

McSPADDEN & SONS 

FURNITURE— HARDWARE 

PHONE 532 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 


Enjoy Life Eat Out 

More Often 

at 

THE MINIT LUNCH 
ATHENS TENNESSEE 


J. NAT MOORE & SON 

FEED— SEED— FURN ITURE 

FARM IMPLEMENTS— HARDWARE 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

PHONE NO. 1 

ATHENS TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

MEIGS THEATRE 

Decatur Tennessee 




Fred A. Robinson, Mgr. Telephone 559 

McMinn Supply Company, inc. 

"The Best You Can Buy Comes From 
McMinn Supply" 

Athens Tennessee 


Compliments of 

Cherokee Wood Preserving Co. 

Sweetwater Tennessee 


Compliments of 

LIST'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 

Records and Sheet Music 
Athens Tennessee 


SUNN Y'S 

. . . Style at a Saving 

First National Bank BIdg. 

Athens Tennessee 


Compliments of 

Pafford's Shoe Repair Parlor 

Your Shoe Repair Headauarters 
Athens Tennessee 


Compliments of 

Hydratane Gas Company, Inc. 

Distributors 

Hydratane Gas & Appliances . 

"IF IT BURNS GAS WE SELL IT" 

Loudon, Tenn. At-hens, Tenn. 

Phone 3233 Phone 799-1050 


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