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TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE 



ATHENS, TENNESSEE 37303 



Nocatula 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Opening 2 

Seniors 11 

Classes 21 

Faculty/Staff 37 

Activities 43 

Organizations 61 

Honors 87 

Sports 93 

Graduation 1 15 

Final Words 121 

Index 126 



The Nocatula staff expresses appreciation to The Walt Disney Company, Rlceville Wall Coverings, Sherry Jenkins, Sharon Akin, Kay Redfern, and Alice Lingerfelt for 
iheir contributions to this publication. The symbol of the International Olympic Committee on Page 3 is used with special permission of The United States Olympic 
Committee. 

MERNER-PFEIFFER LIBRARY 
lErJNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE 
ATHENS, TN 37303 




This edition of Nocatula is designed to remind Wes- 
leyan students about specific moments in time. The 
1988-89 year was an eventful one. The Olympics were 
held in Korea. American-Russian relations were ad- 
vanced by visits between the leaders of these coun- 
tries. George Bush became the forty-first President of 
the United States. American pride was restored with a 
successful space flight. Three whales stranded in ice 
brought the world together in hopes for their rescue. 
Armenia was devastated by an earthquake, and a hurri- 
cane struck several islands in the Caribbean. Every- 
one's favorite Disney character, Mickey Mouse, cele- 
brated his sixtieth birthday. The year was . . . EVENT- 
FUL! 




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Tennessee Wesleyan College students had their 
own "Moments in Time" in the 1988-89 year. Wheth- 
er it was a trip to Europe, meeting famous baseball 
heroes, giving that special person a token of love (or 
being that special person) or getting married, each 
person had his or her own moment in time. But "Mo- 
ments in Time" don't have to be major events. Com- 
pleting an application for graduation, doggin' it, or 
getting together for a dorm party are also moments 
that students will cherish. CHERISH! 




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Spirit Week, 
October 3-8, 1988, 
at Tennessee Wesleyan 
College was definitely — SU- 
PER FUN!! The participation from thie 
^^ students and faculty was greater than 

ever before! Everyone seemed to enjoy all the 
competitive events; there was something for every- 
one! Here are just a tew of the entertaining events: Ice 
cream eating contest, lip sync contest, dress for dinner, the Bon 
Fire, and the Pep Rally. 

The different organizations on campus competed for points 
throughout the week. The great response from all groups really 
helped make Homecoming 1988, "one of a kind!" This year the 
Women's Basketball team and the Men's Baseball team tied for 
first place in the competitive events. Each team was awarded 
$50. 






(Top, F, L) Even the "King of Rock 'n Roll" made it to the Bon Firel (B, L) 
With the full moon behind him. Tim Spitler has turned into "Dracula " 
(Top. L) Tony Weaver gets a little help eating his ice cream from Andy 
Hight. (M. M. L) Yes . . The evening vi^as "a-blaze." (B. M. L) These 
ladies showed their spirit by dressing for dinner. Aren't they real sweet- 
HEARTS? (Top. R) These hometown gals are really enjoying the small- 
town, mountain life of Athens, Tennessee, No hillbillies left in this town. 
(M, M, R) Could it really be the "Great Gaffney" performing live at TWC7 
(B, M, R) THIS is what life is all about. GO BULLDOGSIII (Below) No one 
can ever say that TWC's baseball team doesn't "eat the dust" (Bottom, 
R) Julie is pretending to be a cave woman — second nature, we guessi 
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The 1988-89 Tennessee Wesleyan 
College Homecoming Queen was 
Sharmin Roberts, a senior from Deca- 
tur, Tennessee. Sharmin majored in 
mass communications and was a co- 
captain of the '88-'89 Lady Bulldog 
Basketball team. Sharmin's escort for 
Homecoming Day was Clint Baker, a 
senior from Casselberry, Florida. Su- 
san Laws, the 1987-88 TWC Home- 
coming Queen, presented Sharmin's 
crown during halftime festivities at the 
football game. 

The Tennessee Wesleyan Home- 
coming Queen was selected by a pop- 
ular vote of the entire student body in a 
two election process. The Court was 
selected first when all students voted 
for four representatives, one from each 
class. The individual who received the 
most votes in each class was that 
class's representative on the court. A 
second election was then held with the 
students voting for one Homecoming 
Queen from the four representatives 
on the court. The person who received 
the most votes was then declared the 
Homecoming Queen. 



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Junior 
representative 
Denise Borden (far 
left) of Englewood 
was escorted by 
Gregg Grain, Class of 
1988. Denise 
majored in 

psychology and was 
a member of the 
women's basketball 
team. The sophomore 
representative was 
Kellie Stuckey of 
Newport, and her 
escort was Tony 
Weaver, a junior. 
Kellie, a mass 
communications 
major, was active in 
the TWC music 
ensembles. 
Freshman 

representative Dawn 
Morrison (below) of 
Franklin was 
escorted by senior 
John Duffett. Dawn 
was a member of the 
women's soccer 
team. 




The Homecoming Court and escorts posed in front of Townsend Hall. Left to rigtit; Denise 
Borden, Gregg Grain, Kellie Stuckey, Tony Weaver, Sharmin Roberts, Clint Baker, Dawn 
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From the starting gun at the morning Alumni Road Race to the final cleanup after the 
dance, Homecoming Day 1988 was a busy, fun-filled event. Activities included the road 
race, an alumni baseball game, an awards luncheon, the football game, and the annual 
dance. On this page, Casey Burris and Jayne Wallin complete the run, the cheer- 
leaders provide halftime entertainment, the team hits the field running, old friends get 
together during the game, and everyone dances the night away. 




Seniors 





SUCCESSFUL 



Abdallah Abukurah 

Gary Amos 

Peggy Armstrong 

Kerri Balch 

Elston Beal 

Sharon Beasley 

Niguanna Bivens 



Nancy Bowerman 

Jill Branson 

Garry Butler 

Patti Chiastain 

Jana Churchwell 

Barry Crabtree 

Pam Dalton 



John Duffett 

Tim Fritts 

Scott Frye 

Doug Haaser 

Roger Higgins 

Michael Hood 



Laura Hughes 

Kyoko Ikeda 

Lisa King 

Eun-Ah Ku 

Daria Laudermilk 

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Kelly Littleton 

Anthony LottI 

Sam Lytle 

John McCloud 

Evelyn Parris 

Louisa Perry 



Rebecca Phillips 

Kim Pitt 

Leslie Plemons 

Jo Rita Price 

Melissa Rogers 

Kelly Ryan 

Libby Saunders 





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Kimberly Simmons 




Dan Smith 


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Susan Thompson 

Pamela Thrasher 

Jayne Wallin 

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Tracey Watson 

Stephanie Watts 

Phyllis Wear 



Linda Weir 

William Michael West 

Michelle Wheeler 



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MR. AND MS. TWC 

Dan Smith and Sharmin Roberts 

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Mr. and Mrs. TWC, Dan Smith and Sharmin Rob- 
erts, were selected by the student body. These 
two seniors personify the "ideal" TWC student. 

Dan and Sharmin served as assistant head resi- 
dents in their respective dormitories, were select- 
ed by the TWC faculty as 1989 Sullivan Award 
recipients, and were voted co-captains of their 
sports teams. 





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MOST TALENTED: Peggy Armstrong and Mike Hood 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Debbie Wright and Barry Crabtree 

These Senior Superlatives were nominated by the senior 
and then elected by a popular vote of the entire Tennessee 
leyan student body. They are all . . . FINE. 



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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: Joe Thomas and Susan Thompson 



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FRIENDLIEST: Jayne Wallin and John McCloud 



BEST DRESSED: Roger Higgins and Jo Rita Price 




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WITTIEST: Tony Weaver and Janine Helle 



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Angle Ackaouy, Sophomore 

Etsuko Adachi, Sophomore 

Ayumi Akiyama, Junior 

Amber Albright, Sophomore 

Jerry Allen, Sophomore 

John Allen, Junior 







Phillicia Armstrong, Junior 

Wendy Ashburn, Junior 

Elizabeth Baker, Sophomore 

Becky Bass, Sophomore 

Anthony F. Battle IV, Junior 

John Batts, Freshman 



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Terry Bell, Sophomore 

Chuck Benson, Sophomore 

Jamla Blazer, Freshman 

Terrie Borchert, Freshman 

Denise Borden, Junior 



Sonya Boring, Junior 

Jill Breedlove, Freshman 

Scott Brown, Freshman 

Rhonda Bryson, Junior 

Loxy Bultsma, Sophomore 

Sara Roseanne Burn, Junior 





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Casey Burris, Sophomore 

Lisa Byrom, Freshman 

Dewayne Caldwell, Junior 

Kelli Campbell, Junior 



Michele Campbell, Sophomore 
Bo Carr, Freshman 



Talania Cawood, Sophomore 
David Champion, Junior 



Beth Chesnutt, Freshman 
Paul Ciccofti, Junior 






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Gary Corum, Sophomore 

Naomi Courson, Junior 

Jason Davis, Freshman 



Kenneth Dedmon, Junior 
Jamal Delaughter, Freshman 



Beth Donegan, Sophomore 
Daniel Donnelly, Junior 



Christy Dyer, Sophomore 
Lyder Dyer, Freshman 




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Bobby Earls, Junior 

Jennifer Eatherly, Freshman 

Kinsley Edge, Freshman 

Phil Elliott, Freshman 



Jeff Engberg, Freshman 

Vicki English, Junior 

Dewey Esquinance, Junior 

Jeff Evans, Junior 



Sonya Everroad, Sophomore 

Shawn Farley, Sophomore 

Angle Frazier, Sophomore 

Gian Frigerio, Junior 



tvlark Frizzell, Junior 

John Fugate. Sophomore 

Paul Gaffney, Junior 

Kim Garner, Freshman 



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Mark Gibson. Junior 
Travis Giles, Freshman 
Julie Gilliam, Freshman 




Jon Graham, Freshman 
Craig Graham, Sophomore 
Linda Green. Junior 
Tyrone Greene, Sophomore 



Jeffrey Gregg, Junior 
Andres Guevara, Junior 
Ritsuko Haga, Freshman 
Paul Hagans, Sophomore 



Miwa Hamamoto, Junior 
Travis Hart, Freshman 
Alan Hawkins. Junior 
Anita Head. Junior 



Jack Hewett, Freshman 

Andrew Might, Junior 

Darin Hocking, Junior 

Joey Hodge, Junior 

Jarnes Hogan, Freshman 

Hiroko Honda. Junior 



Peter Horan, Sophomore 

Rene Howard, Junior 

Barry Hudson, Sophomore 

Becca Hyder, Sophomore 

Amy Ingram, Sophomore 

Nagisa Ishlmaru, Sophomore 



Joy Jansen, Freshman 

Sherry Jenkins, Sophomore 

Jennifer Johnson, Junior 

Kitty Jones, Freshman 

Laura Jurgens, Freshman 

Ange King, Junior 



Jelaine Knight, Sophomore 

Kristine Kronberg, 

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Seulah Ku, Junior 

Angela Lane, Junior 

Debbie Lashley, Junior 

John Lewis, Freshman 







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Steve Lewis, Junior 

Ryan Libby, Junior 

Darol Lloyd, Freshman 

Fred Long, Freshman 



Alan Loy, Freshman 

Kevin Lusk. Freshman 

Stroud Lycans, Sophomore 

Richard Lyons, Sophomore 



Sarah McCallie, Junior 

Misty McKeehan, Sophomore 

Britt McKenzie, Sophomore 

William Malone, Junior 



Jimmy Marx, Junior 

Laura Lee Mason, Freshman 

Scott Mason, Junior 

Lynn Matthews, Freshman 



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Betsy Maxwell, Freshman 
Rick Mays. Freshman 
Kenny Mitchell. Freshman 



Lisa Moore. Junior 
Tomoko Mori. Freshman 
Dawn Morrison. Freshman 
Ronald Moser. Junior 



Becky Myatt. Junior 
Julie Myers. Freshman 
Jamillah Nichols. Freshman 
Lisa Ool, Freshman 



Missy O'Shields. Freshman 
Marti Overton. Freshman 
Kelley Parsons. Freshman 
Kourtney Payne, Junior 








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Joy Pratt, Freshman 
Tracey Price, Freshman 
Kimberly Priest, Freshman 
Mark Ramey, Sophomore 
Danette Paper, Freshman 



Debra Richards, Freshman 
Wendy Riden, Freshman 
Ellen Robb, Sophomore 
Kimberly Rose, Junior 
Christian Royer, Sophomore 
Leslie Salyers, Freshman 



Jon Schneider, Junior 
Reb3cca Scott, Freshman 
Ray Sexton, Sophomore 
Lisa Shanks, Junior 
Jason Shiflet, Sophomore 
Dawn Shofner, Freshman 



Otonas Simpukas, Freshman 

Kathy Skyberg, Freshman 

Tim Spitler, Junior 

Wesley Spurting. Freshman 

William H. Stevenson, III, 

Freshman 

Bob Strange, Freshman 



Kellie Stuckey, Sophomore 

Sixlo Su, Junior 

Melanie Summitt, Junior 

Dewayne Tabor, Freshman 

Miyuki Tagawa, Junior 

Yasuyo Takeshita, Junior 




Megumi Tamaki, Freshman 

Melanie Taylor, Junior 

Melissa Thomas, Freshman 

Laurie Thomson, Freshman 

Helen Thornton, Freshman 

Ayako Tomori, Junior 



Mark Torbott, Freshman 

Yoko Umi, Junior 

Sherry Underwood, Junior 

Kazuko Ura, Freshman 

Dana Vance. Freshman 

Greg Vandagriff, Junior 



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Tony Weaver, Junior 

Tommy Wesley, Soptiomore 

Jimbo Whaley, Freshman 



Sandra Wiii^ey, Soptiomore 

Anna Williams, Frestiman 

Joan Woodby, Soptiomore 

Heatti Woods, Junior 



Ronnie Woods, Junior 
Amanda Wright, Freshman 
Michiko, Yamamofo, Junior 










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James E. Cheek, II 

President 

George P. Miller 

Vice-President for Institutional 

Advancement 

Jotin B. Chambers 

Academic Dean 

Jean D. Arrants 

Business Manager 



Stan Harrison 

Dean of Students, Women's 

Basketball Coach, Health 

James Harrison 

Director of Admissions and 

Financial Aid 

Samuel R. Roberts, III 

Chaplain, Rel. and Phil. 

Robbie J. Ensminger 

Exec. Asst. to the President, Dir. 

of Alumni Affairs 



Vic Arwood 

Health and Physical Ed. 

Joyce Baker 

Chemistry 

Floyd E. Bowling 

Mathematics 

Darnell Chance 

Music 



Sandra Clariday 

Director of Library, 

English 

Maxwell Courson 

Mass Communications 

Emily Dewhirst 

French 

Donald Dodgen 

Men's Basketball Coach, 

Health and Physical Ed. 






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David Duncan 

History 

Durwood C. Dunn 

History 

Julie Faulk 

Assistant Librarian, 

English 

Jeffrey J. Folks 

English 



Penelope Fowler 
(vlathematics 
B.T. Hutson 

Business Administration 
Elizabeth A. Keirn 
Health and Physical Ed. 
Kofi Korsah 
Computer Science 



Gary Long 
Mathematics 
h/like fvleguiar 
Behavioral Science 
George E. Naff, Jr. 
Religion and Philosophy 
Thomas Oneal 
Business Administration 



Stella Roberts 
Religion 
Janice Ryberg 
Music 

Robert Ryberg 
Education 
Courtney Senn 
Mathematics 



James Thompson 

Sociology 

Patricia Waters 

English 

Lynn E. Whiting 

Speech and Theater 

Genevieve Wiggins 

English 

Jeanne Williams 

Psychology 

Donald Windham 

Psychology 



John E. Woods 

Biology 

Susan Woods 

Biology 

Connie Akers 

Campus Nurse 

David Bankston 

Football Coach 

Carol Bates 

Bookkeeper 

Vickie Blair 

Director of Marketing 



Susan Buttram 

Admissions Counselor 

Jeff Geeter 

Soccer Coach 

Nelson Green 

Asst. Dir. of Admissions 

Venita Jones 

Financial Aid Officer 

Eugenia l^iller 

Asst. to the Business Mgr. 

Lydia Norfleet 

Registrar 



Wayne Norfleet 

Director of Athletics 

Holland Vibbert 

Asst. to the Dean of St. 

C.J. Westerman 

Asst. Coach, Admissions 

Ken Roark 

Asst. Football Coach 

Anita Cain 

Reference Librarian 

Janice Martin 

Asst. to the Librarian 



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Jan Brock 

Business Office 

Marsha Bankston 

Records Clerk 

Betty Scott Johnson 

Bookstore Manager 

Evelyn Saunders 

Secretary to Academic 

Dean 



Louise Trotter 
Secretary to Vice- 
President for Institutional 
Advancement 
Charlotte Washington 
Coordinator of Faculty 
Services 



Kris Williams 

Secretary to Admissions 

Glenn Lowe 

Food Service Director 



Kenneth Charles 
Maintenance Supervisor 















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GREAT 



Actress Natalie Ross visited the Tennessee Wesleyan College 
campus during fall semester with a one-woman show. "The Belle of 
Amherst" was a play about the poet Emily Dickinson. Ms. Ross 
also took time to meet with various English classes so students 
could learn more about Emily Dickinson as well as about the life of 
a soap opera actress. Ms. Ross is a member of the cast of "All My 
Children." 




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Each year the Tennessee Wesleyan Col- 
lege English students present their interpre- 
tation of the subject area that they are 
studying. The skits are educational, enter- 
taining, and witty. Fall 1988's presentations 
were no exception. Where else could you 
see Dr. Folks moonlighting as a pizza deliv- 
ery man or Elvis reincarnated on Townsend 
stage? The choices are limited only by the 
imaginations of the English students. 




SPECIAL 



Happy Feet were abundant on the Tennessee Wesleyan 
College Campus during the 1988-89 year. Fall semester 
was kicked off with a street dance. Homecoming gave 
students and alums the chance to kick up their heels. The 
season of Christmas presented another excuse to step 
out on the campus. As spring semester arrived, the sweet- 
hearts danced together on Valentine's Day. SPECIAL! 




(Top) "You mean we have to draw straws for a partner?"; 
(Above) Tony Lotti sings his heart out for Kim Simmons: (Mid- 
dle) "If you love me baby, you'll smile . , . "; (Near right) Louisa 
and Greg are really jammin'; (Far right) Mr. and Mrs. Nickels 
from the class of 1948 joined the students at the Homecoming 
Dance. AND COULD THEY EVER DANCE! 



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The Student Government Association sponsored a 
ski trip to Sugar Mountain, North Carolina in January. 
Two vans were loaded with 28 students and chaper- 
ones. On Friday night, weather was unseasonably 
warm. By Saturday morning, however. Old Man Win- 
ter had arrived. One of the vans was stranded at the 
foot of the mountain. Since roads were too icy for the 
shuttle buses to run, the skiers had to ski (or slide) 
down the mountain to the ski lift. Winds were harsh, 
and skiing was rough, but the trip was still fun for 
everyone. 



(Left) Dawn Morrison and Kinsley Edge strike a pose while resting from 
skiing; (Below left) Wendy Ashburn was the only casualty with her 
stitched lip; (Below middle) Paul Cicotti and Doug Burns hit the ski lift for 
another trip to the top of the slopes; (Below right) Kenny Mitchell and 
Barry Beeler are trying to figure out how to put all of the skis in the U-Haul; 
(Bottom) Helen Thornton, Beth Chesnutt, and Sherry Underwood were 
confused. They brought bathing suits for water skiing instead of snow 
skiing. 



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SUPERB 



Tennessee Wesleyan College students are re- 
quired to attend a specified number of convocations 
each semester. The fall schedule included a wide 
selection of musical artists, speakers, and student 
presentations. Sometimes the convocation pro- 
grams were a welcome surprise because the stu- 
dents actually enjoyed them. SUPERB! 



(Top) Susanna Matthews and David Hauser from Artwood Winds 
Plus performed on Townsend stage in November. (Above) Becca 
Hyder, Janine Helle, Leslie Plemons, and Cindy Turner posed for a 
picture before their poetry reading convocation; (Above right) 
Donald Davis shared lunch and storytelling techniques vi/ith stu- 
dents, faculty, and friends of TWC; (Below) Guitarist Stan Bum- 
garner played at Trinity in September; (Right) Internationally 
known storyteller Donald Davis visited campus for the Fall Lecture 
Series. 





FIT 



Each year the Physical Education Majors 
and Minors Club sponsors a Wellness Day on 
campus. This year students, faculty, and staff 
members went through multiple evaluations to 
determine their overall body fitness. Partici- 
pants were able to have cholesterol screening 
and chiropractic evaluations. One of the popu- 
lar stations this year included the opportunity 
to interact with a computer for a lifestyle evalu- 
ation. Participants were able to learn if they 
were . . . fit. 



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The Sweetheart Game, sponsored by Sigma Kappa 
Sorority, is becoming a Wesleyan tradition for the 
Valentine season. People who were couples at the 
time competed in question/answer sessions about 
their relationships. Tony Weaver and Kellie 
Stuckey were winners of one session, Beth Ches- 
nutt and Kenny f^itchell won another session, and 
Debbie Wright and Scott Brown were winners of 
the final round. In February, their moment in 
time was . . . together. 

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Tennessee Wesleyan's newest student organization, AASU, present- 
ed a program commemorating Black History montti. It was informative 
with) presentations about contributions that Blacks tiave made to soci- 
ety; creative with a student-written Rosa Parks skit; entertaining with lip 
synch acts and student talent; and inspirational with a rendition of the "I 
Have a Dream" speech. 




The Tennessee Wesleyan College Drama 
Department presented three plays during the 
year. The Halloween production was "Dra- 
cula," The fall production, "Night of January 
16," was presented at the courtroom at City 
Hall. During the spring "Prisoner of Second 
Avenue" came to the Townsend Stage. 




EMBRACEABLE 



And the winner was Bobby Jean Earls! Alpha Xi 
Gamma sorority's Mr. TWC Contest brought an 
evening of fun and laughter when some of the 
loveliest individuals on campus competed in 
gowns and dresses as well as in talent. The win- 
ner's rendition of "Embraceable You" stole the 
hearts of the judges and the audience. First run- 
ner-up was Laverne Tony Weaver who did a hula, 
and second runner-up was Krystal Chris Clunan 
who twirled a baton. Other contestants were Billy 
Joe Kirby who sang, K. Mitchell who was another 
singer, Thomasena Lloyd who did an interpretive 
dance, and Raquel CD. Walsh who shared the 
beauty secret of how to remove facial hair. 




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The 1989 All-Sing was sponsored by 
the Inter-Sorority Council. Four acts 
were in small group competition: An- 
gela Lane (first), Robert Tennyson 
(second), Roger Higgins, and Anita 
Head and Beth Loftis. There were also 
four acts in large group competition: 
Alpha Xi Gamma (first), SGA Barber- 
shop Quartet (second), Sigma Kappa, 
and Men's Soccer. 



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DIVERSE 



Spring semester brought 
a diverse selection of con- 
vocations to TWC students. 
Bishop Goodson was on 
campus as a Staley lectur- 
er. The Covenant players 
were here from California, 
and authors like Robert 
Drake also visited the col- 
lege. Students were in 
charge of one of the pro- 
grams, and there were 
plays and concerts and oth- 
er special events. 




EXCITING 



During Spring semester SGA sponsored 
two exciting trips for students. On an even- 
ing excursion a group traveled to Knoxville 
to catch a Cherokees hockey game. When 
warm weather arrived, students went on a 
weekend jaunt to Opryland. Everyone had 
the opportunity to have an exciting time. 




COUNTRY 




The PEMM Club sponsored a Heri- 
tage Hoe-Down in the spring. Everyone 
was invited to come to the gym and do 
some folk and square dancing. Steps 
ranged from the Virginia Reel to the 
Amos f^oses, and there was even 
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SUPPORTIVE 




FRONT ROW: Becky Myatt. Kim Vaughn, Phillicia Armstrong, Sarah McCallie, Debra Richards, Scott Stout MIDDLE ROW: M, Visitor, Janine Helle, Mike Hood, Ambe 
Albright, Roger Higgins, Mark Gibson, Pam Dalton, Terrie Borchert BACK ROW: Amy Ingram, Kathy Skyberg, Sherry Jenkins, Peggy Armstrong, Lisa King, Tomok( 
Mori. Sherry Underwood, Joy Jansen, Kim Garner, Julie Myers 




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Membership in the Baptist Student Union is open to all TWC students. 
The group sponsored a variety of supportive activities during the 1988-89 
year. Activities designed to promote students' personal and spiritual 
growth included Bible study, Thursday luncheons, Friday night break-away, 
and retreats. 

BSU officers were Sarah McCallie (President), Roger Higgins (Vice- 
President), Mike Hood (Bible Study Chairman), Nancy Bowerman (Secre- 
tary/Treasurer), and Christy Dyer (Public Relations). 



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BONDING 



Wesleyan Christian Fellowship had a year filled 
with many activities to encourage the bonding of 
lasting friendships. There were cook-outs, re- 
treats, volleyball games, and movies. WCF was 
also involved in Homecoming Week and student- 
led convocations. The officers were Becky Myatt 
(President), Sarah fVicCallie (Vice-President), 
Laura Hughes (Treasurer), and Sherry Underwood 
(Secretary). 




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The Ambassadors served as official hosts and hostesses for the campus. They were (front row left to right) Sharmin Roberts, Becky l^yatt 
Denise Borden, Melanie Taylor, Angela Lane, Sarah McCallie, (back row left to right) Roger Higgins, Barry Beeler, Tim Spitler, Mike Hood 
Barry Crabtree, and Steve Lewis (below). 




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The Tennessee Wesleyan College 
Academic Buzzer Competition team, 
under the direction of coach Don Wind- 
ham, had a busy year. Members were 
Garry Butler, Marilyn Hershey, Roger 
Higgins, Darin Hocking, J.J. Johnson, 
Greg Jones, Janni Parker, Philip 
Queen, Kym Travis, and Jerry Warren. 
Combining knowledge with speed and 
aggressiveness, they proved that they 
were tops. Garry Butler (below) was 
even named to the All-Star Team at 
one of the Georgia tournaments. In ad- 
dition to competing, team members 
helped with TWC-sponsored tourna- 
ments. 



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The Afro-American Student Union was chartered Spring Semester. 
Officers were Tyrone Greene (President), Paul Gaffney (Vice-Presi- 
dent), Peggy Armstrong (Secretary), Christy Dyer (Treasurer), and Phil- 
licia Armstrong (SGA Representative). Their sponsor was Dr. Kofi Kor- 
sah. 




FRONT ROW: Paul Gaffney, Phillicia Armstrong, Christy Dyer, Peggy Armstrong, Tyrone Greene BACK ROW: Kofi Korsafi, Lyder Dyer, Terry Bell, Jo Rita 
Price, John McCloud, Gary Amos, Rene Howard, Tim Rowe, Anthony Battle 



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PHYSICAL 

W^ w Physical Education 

Majors and Minors was organ- 
ized in the fall of 1985. The purpose of this 
organization is to further the goals and ideals which 
enable students to better themselves in preparation 
for the Health, Physical Education, and Rec- 
reation professions. 

Faculty advisor is Betty Keirn, and officers are 
Greg Thacker (President), Joey Hodge (Vice-Presi- 
dent), Louisa Perry (Secretary/Treasurer), and Da- 
vid Champion (SGA Representative). 

The PEMM Club's activities included field day for 
visiting high schools, Wellness Day, professional 
speakers, and social activities. 




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The Student Government Association worked tiard in their provision of 
services to the students. Some of their projects were campus dances, a 
picnic for all students, the purchase of costumes for Consolidation members, 
getting games for the soda shop, and arrangement of several group trips. 
Their expenditures of student activity money were responsible and of benefit 
to the entire student body. 






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=RONT ROW: Kelli Campbell (Secretary), Kellie Stuckey, Anita Head MIDDLE ROW: Becky Myatt, Bobby Earls, Jelaine Knight (Treasurer), Barry Beeler, 
(Vice-President), Stroud Lycans, Dan Smith (President), Becca Hyder, Ryan Libby, Angela Lane BACK ROW: Roger Higgins, Sherry Underwood, Christy 
Dyer, Amanda Wright, Phillicia Armstrong 




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Alpha Xi Gamma sorority members included Anita Head (Presi- 
dent), Louisa Perry (Vice-President), Kellie Stuckey (Secretary), An- 
gela Lane (Treasurer and Pledge Trainer), Kelly Littleton (Chaplain), 
and Gina Rollins. New pledges this year were Jill Breedlove, Beth 
Chesnutt, Jennifer Eatherly, Kinsley Edge, Laura Jurgens, Lisa Oot, 
Marti Overton, Kathy Skyberg, Melanie Summitt, Melissa Thomas, 
Helen Thornton, Debbie Wallace, and Anna Williams. Some activities 
sponsored by AXG were Christmas shopping with un- 
derprivileged children, Mr. TWC, Easter egg hunt for 
children of faculty and staff. Homecoming Week, fash- 
ion show, Halloween Arts and Crafts, and adopting the 
Madisonville Group Home. 




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Sigma Kappa sorority members included Kelley Watts, 
Casey Burris, Kelll Campbell (Second Vice-President), 
Sonya Everroad, Kym Travis (President), Lynn Maupin, 
Debbie Wright (Recording Secretary), Kimberly Vaughn 
(Vice-President), Terrie Borchert, Kim Rose (Treasur- 
er), Debra Richards, Amanda Wright, and Missy 
O'Shields. 

Some activities sponsored by Sigma Kappa were a 
chili supper, Sweetheart Game, visits to the nursing 
home, and seasonal tray favors. 




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The Tennessee Wesleyan 
College choir was a group of 
talented singers and ac- 
connpanists who spent many 
hours rehearsing and per- 
forming. Highlights of the 
year included a combined 
Christmas concert with the 
Athens Community Chorus 
and the spring tour which 
culminated in a visit to 
Washington D.C. 

The 1988-89 choir offi- 
cers were Roger Higgins 
(President), Bobby Earls 
(Vice-President), Angela 
Lane (Secretary), Sarah 
McCallie (Librarian), and 
Anita Head (Wardrobe 
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The Consolidation is a select group of singers who perform at 
churches, schools, and civic functions in the area as well as for special 
events on campus. Membership in Consolidation is by audition. The 
Consolidation has a repertoire of jazz, popular, folk, and classical music. 



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FRONT ROW: Garry Butler, Mark Gibson, Carl Warmouth MIDDLE ROW: Jennifer Johnson, 
Kellie Stuckey, Andres Guevara, Melanie Summitt, Becky Myatt BACK ROW: Bobby Earls, 
Anita Head, Mike Hood, Angela Lane, Roger Higgins, Lisa Oot. 




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STELLAR 



The Masqued Players con- 
sisted of students who partici- 
pated in campus plays 
throughout the year. Gian Fri- 
gerio (top left) was named Ac- 
tor of the Year, and Kym Travis 
(top right) was named Actress 
of the Year. 





FRONT ROW: Amy Ingram, Sonya Everroad, Angela Lane, Debra Richards, Kathy Skyburg BACK ROW; Gian Frigerio, Ryan Libb; 
Richard "CD." Walsh 



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CREA TIVE 




The Springs of 
Helicon is the stu- 
dent literary maga- 
zine. The staff 
members include 
Andy Might and P.J. 
Poore, Dr. Jeff 
Folkes served as 
the advisor. 

Awards were 
presented to stu- 
dents in four cate- 
gories, and the stu- 
dents' works were 
published in the 
magazine. 



Short Fiction 


Rebecca Hyder 


Art 


Sherry Jenkins 


Poetry 


Jennifer Johnson 


Photography 


Lisa Shanks 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Phillicia Armstrong. Lisa Shanks, Greg Jones, Sam Lytle, Dr. Genevieve Wiggins (Advisor), and Sherry Godsey (Editor) 



INFORM A TIVE 

The New Exponent, the campus newspaper of Tennessee Wes- 
leyan College, provided students with information about campus 
events and student activities. A special April Fool's edition gave 
everyone a good laugh. 








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DILIGENT 

Countless hours and numerous pizzas went 
into the preparation of the Nocatula. DILIGENT 
is not an appropriate adjective. It could have 



Dpriate adjective. It could have 
been tired, sleepy, frustrated, busy, angry, fun- 
irritable, full, depressed, fail- 



ny, hungry, hot, 

ing, faithful, silly, few/, whining, aggravated, 
dedicated. The list was endless, but if you are 
reading this, the most beautiful headline would 
have been FINISHED. 



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Clint Baker 

Mass Communications 

Baseball team, Judicial Coun- 
cil, Most Dependable 



Janine Helle 

Business Management 
Basketball, Tennis, Wittiest 



Mike Hood 

Music 

Choir, Consolidation, Most 
Talented, Senior Rep. to SGA 



Sharmin Roberts 

Mass Communications 

Basketball, Sullivan Award, 
Ms. TWC, Homecoming Queen 



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Barry Crabtree 

Biology 

Alpha Chi, Most Likely to Suc- 
ceed, Townsend Award 



Roger Higgins 

History 

Choir, Consolidation, Student 
Rep. to Board of Governors 



Laura Hughes 

Church Vocations 
Co-editor of Nocatula, WCF 



Dan Smith 

Accounting 

President of SGA, Baseball, 
Sullivan Award, Mr. TWC 



Jayne Wallin 

Accounting 

Alpha Chi President, Tennis, 
Friendliest 




Debbie Wright 

Human Services 

Sigma Kappa, President of 
ISC, Most Likely to Succeed 



The 1989 edition of Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges con- 
tained the names of ten Tennessee Wesley an Col- 
lege students who had been selected as national 
outstanding leaders. Selection was based on aca- 
demic achievement, service to the community, 
leadership in extracurricular activities, and poten- 
tial for continued success. 



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Heritage Day was celebrated spring semester. Curwood Witt, 
Jr., a Madisonville attorney and Chairman of the Board of Trustees 
of Holston Conference Colleges, delivered the Heritage Day ad- 
dress. The prestigious Sullivan Awards were presented to four 
individuals in recognition of their dedication to humanitarian ser- 
vice and their spiritual ideals. Sharmin Roberts and Dan Smith 
were the student recipients of these awards, and Mildred Hitch and 
George Price were the community leader recipients. These awards 
are named in memory of Algernon Sydney Sullivan, a New York 
attorney, and his wife. The Sullivans devoted much of theirtime and 
fortunes to promote educational opportunities in the South, and 
only a limited number of colleges are allowed to present these 
awards. 

The Lockmiller Teacher of the Year Award was also presented 
on Heritage Day. A committee of students, faculty, and administra- 
tors selected Tom Oneal as the recipient of this award. 





HONORED 





THE WILLIAM P. MILLER AWARD Sarah McCallie 

THE FRANCIS MOFFITT AWARD Jamia Blazer 

THE JACK HOUTS MEMORIAL AWARD Andres Guevara and Bobby Earls 

THE HARRILYN C. SALLIS AWARD Jennifer Johnson 

THE TOM SHERMAN AWARD Mike Hood ^ 

THE HELEN ARTERBURN SCHOLARSHIP Andres Guevara »^ 

ACTRESS OF THE YEAR Kym Travis 

ACTOR OF THE YEAR Gian Frigerio 

THE RICHARD M. JOHNSON SPECIAL PROFICIENCY 

AWARD IN BIOLOGY Barry Crabtree 

THE MRS. FRANK RIGGS AWARD Casey Burris 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Bonnie Parris 

THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY AWARD Sarah McCallie 

NAFF AWARD IN RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY Laura Hughes 

THE CHEMICAL RUBBER COMPANY AWARD Christy Dyer 

THE ACCOUNTING AWARD Kim Crockett 

THE FRED PUETT LAW AWARD Teresa Ficklen 

THE FRANK DODSON AWARD Jayne Wallin 

THE L & M MOTORS MATHEMATICS AWARD Teresa Williams 

THE JOHN HOYLE ARRANTS PRIZE IN EDUCATION Jill Branson 

SPRINGS OF HELICON 

POETRY Jennifer Johnson 

FICTION Rebecca Hyder 

ART Sherry Jenkins 

PHOTOGRAPHY Lisa Shanks 

THE CLEM JONES AWARD Ray Sexton 

THE JAMES BRIGHT WILSON RELIGIOUS POETRY AWARD 

FIRST PLACE Lisa Shanks 

SECOND PLACE Sherry B. Godsey -,,a«B««s«K 

THIRD PLACE Andy Hight -— ««- 

THE ISOBEL GRISCOM AWARD Joy Jansen 

THE PAULINE WIGGINS O'BRIAN AWARD Darin Hocking 

THE OUTSTANDING ENGLISH STUDENT AWARD Sherry B. Godsey and Leslie Plemons 

THE RIDDLE AND WALLACE DRUG STORE AWARD Jamal Delaughter 

THE WILLIAM JAMES AWARD Liao Xianming 

THE HERBERT SPENCER AWARD Pamela Jane Dalton 

THE BALFOUR AWARD Rebecca Myatt 

OUTSTANDING TEACHER AWARD Penny Fowler 

THE ANN VAUGHT DOUGHERTY AWARD Dan Smith 

THE SGA AWARD Sharmin Roberts ,, 

SGA OUTSTANDING FACULTY-STAFF AWARD Glen Lowe '- 

SORORITY SERVICE AWARD Alpha Xi Gamma -M^ 

SORORITY WOMAN OF THE YEAR Angela Lane 

THE DEAN G. HALL AWARD ^ Tom Oneal ^^^SSi^"- ^ 

ACADEMIC AWARDS * '^ 

SENIOR Dewey Esquinance and Sherry Godsey 

JUNIOR Darin Hocking and Rhonda Lynn 

SOPHOMORE Britt McKenzie and Teresa Ficklen 

FRESHMAN Freddrick Long and Tracey Price 

THE ALTON L. SMITH AWARD FOR ACADEMIC ADVISING Betty Keirn 




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Several distinguished awards were presented to individuals at gradu- 
ation ceremonies. The Townsend Award goes to the senior male anc 
female who are chosen by the faculty as the most representative stu- 
dents of the College. The Sliger's Jewelers Awards and the Athens Area 
Chamber of Commerce Awards go to the students who exhibit the high- 
est academic average. Barry Crabtree (top left) received the Townsenc 
Award, the Sliger's Jewelers Award, and the Athens Area Chamber ol 
Commerce Award. Jayne Wallin (top right) received the Townsenc 
Award and the Sliger's Jewelers Award. Dr. William Sullins (left) ol 
Athens was the recipient of The Harry Steadman Award. Honorary de- 
grees were bestowed upon (below, left to right) Bill Akins (Doctor ol 
Humane Letters), Mary Edwards Kirby (Doctor of Humanities), and Rev 
Robert Walker (Doctor of Divinity). 



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RAW 





The 1988 football season was one of fiighi hiopes. Coach David 
Bankston was looking at a possible six wins, but the Bulldogs were 
raw, lacking in experience. Bankston had sixteen freshmen start- 
ing with one senior. Even though things did not turn out quite as 
expected, the Bulldogs fought hard and were competitive in ail of 
their games. Bankston looks forward to next season saying, "If we 
continue to improve like we have in the last two years, you can 
expect to see a very fine Bulldog team." 
1988 Record: 1-9 







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FRONT ROW: M. Johnston, S. Crisp, N. Moore, J. Allen, J. Nichols, G. Willingham, S. Mason, T. Lotti, T. Pike SECOND ROW: B. Hudson, G. Newton, M. Combs, K. 
Roark, H. Woods, C.J. Westerman, D. Bankston, S. Ely, D. Staff. J. Hogan, R. Phillips THIRD ROW: G. Johnson, B. Jones. B. Hanley, J. Tatter. A. Loy. T. Pierce, O. 
Simpkus, R. Phillips, P. Ciccotti, S. Vinson, J. Seltenright, R. Young FOURTH ROW: J. May, D. Tabor, J. Delaughter, M. Cabe, B.J. Kirby, J. Linder, J. Dahle, S. Su, 
E. Cannon, S. Cannon, D. Burns, C. West FIFTH ROW: T. Wesley, J. Satterfield, K. Shutters, D. Champion, T Carpenter, T Lewis, K.C. Gann, E. Lawrence. D. Ed- 
wards, G. Vandagriff, J. Engberg SIXTH ROW: T. Lloyd, B. Carr, R. Belle Isle, T. Spltler, J. Fugate, R. Sexton, B. Cooper, J Whaley, M. Dennison, P Elliott, A Wor- 
ley, J. Davis NOT PICTURED: C. Clunan, J. Graham, J. Shiflet, R. Starks 



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This year's Lady Bulldog soccer team may have en- 
countered several setbacks such as injuries and a 
tough schedule, but they were an aggressive team fin- 
ishing their season in the playoffs. According to Coach 
Geeter, they were the best women's team since the 
program began three years ago. Geeter is confident 
that with his returning players, next year's team will be 
more experienced and improved. 



1988 Record: 6-8 




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FRONT ROW: Kourtney Payne, Wendy Ashburn, Dawn Morrison, Vicki English, Lisa Byrom, Amy Ingram. Jennifer Johnson. Sonya Everroad. 
Christy Dyer BACK ROW: Coach Gregg Dobbs. Lynn Maupin, Sherry Jenkins, KImberly Vaughn, Helen Thornton, Kinsley Edge, Jelalne Knight. 
Kim Garner, Coach Jeff Geeter. 



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FRONT ROW Jon Schneider, Stroud Lycans. Bobby Earls, Kevin O'Sh.elds, Tony Weaver, Kenny Dedmon, Chr,s Clunan BACK ROW: Coach Jeff Gee.er, Jon 
Graham, Ryan Libby, Mark Torbott. I^ark Ramey, Matt Bond, Kevin Lusk, Andy Hight, WMIiam Maione, Coach Gregg Dobbs 



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According to Coach Jeff Geeter, this year's Bulldog soccer team was a 
group of young players who learned to work together as a team He hopes 
that his returning players will give him the experience and maturity that are 
needed to return the Bulldogs to the top next year. 

1988 Record: 3-12 



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This year's women's basketball team reached the 20 
win plateau for the seventh straight season. They finished 
the year with eight consecutive victories in order to meet 
this expectation. 

Candy Kirkland and Becky Bass made the All-Confer- 
ence team, fulfilling their own personal goals along with 
the team's fulfillment of a successful season. 

Record: 20-8 




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Denise Borden, Loxy Bultsma, Becky Bass, Wendy Riden, Rene Howard, Amber Albright, Amanda Wright. Coach Stan Harrison 



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This year's men's basketball team had its 
ups and downs. Some games were nearly 
perfect, while others fell short of expecta- 
tions. There were two bright spots with Ron- 
nie Woods and Elston Beal making the All- 
Conference team. 

Spirits were high throughout the year, and 
the team kept their crowds excited with 
dunks and outstanding plays. Overall, men's 
basketball was exciting and hot. 

Record: 18-14 




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John Lewis, Elston Beal, Brett McGhee THIRD ROW: Scott Wagers, Coach Dodgen, Ronnie Woods, Gary Amos, John McCloud, Paul 
Hagans. Terry Bell, Paul Gaffney, Wes Spurling, Travis Giles, Assistant Coach Don Raid, Chris Cheek 



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The 1989 Bulldog Baseball team had to endure a long, hard season 
because of the cold and wet weather. But they did have a good time and 
some good weather in Florida where they spent their spring break play- 
ing local Florida teams and major league farm teams. Although it was a 
frustrating season, the team strived to do their best. 



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FRONT ROW: Wayne Griggs, Travis Hart, Jim Marx, Gian Frigerio, Steve Carroll, Shawn Farley, Dan Donnelly, Gary Corum, Dan Pace. Barry Beeler, BACK ROW: 
Jerry Allen, Stroud Lycans, Joe Thomas, Mark Cabe, Clint Baker, Dan Smith (captain), Steve Roberts, Doug Burns, Coach Mike Policastro 



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The 1989 Women's Softball Team may not have 
looked too good in the books, but on the field they were 
a much-improved team that v»/as eager to vi/in. With only 
seven returning players and six freshmen, they proved 
that they would not give up and could play with the best, 
beating District foes Tusculum and Lee. Coach Arwood 
is looking forward to next year, and he is hopeful of a 
successful season. 



Record: 4 — 26 



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TWC GOLF TEAM 

Travis Giles 

Rick Mays 

Greg Vandagriff 

Scott Wilson 

Coach Wayne Norfleet 



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This year's women's tennis team was a positive 
step toward bouncing the ball in the right direction. 
The team began establishing itself as a contender 
and even made a trip to the district tournament. 

Record: 4-5 





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Members of the 1988-89 Tennessee Wesleyan College 
cheerleading squad were Casey Burris, Talania Cawood, 
Angle Frazler, Julie Gilliam (captain), Becca Hyder, Misty 
McKeehan (co-captain), Missy Wilhoite O'Shields, Leslie 
Plemons, and Kim Priest. This group, sponsored by Hol- 
land Vibbert, attended cheerleading camp before classes 
began and brought home several ribbons and trophies. 
They cheered for football games and for basketball games 
and promoted school spirit throughout the year. 





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M. C, "TIP" SMITH AWARD — Dan Smith 

JACK BOWLING AWARD — Janine Helle 

DWAIN FARMER AWARD — Candy Kirkland 

MOST OUTSTANDING STUDENT ATHLETE — Teresa Williams 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S AWARD — Mark Cabe and Tony Weaver 



SOCCER 

Most Valuable Player 

Most Valuable Defensive Player 

Most Valuable Offensive Player 

Hustle Award 

Scholar Athlete 



MEN'S 
Tony Weaver 
Tony Weaver 
Kevin O'Shields 
Mark Ramey 
Bobby Earls 



WOMEN'S 
Kimberly Vaughn 
Kimberly Vaughn 
Vicki English 
Lynn Maupin 
Jennifer Johnson 



BASKETBALL 

Most Valuable Player Elston Beal 

Best Offensive player Elston Beal 

Best Defensive Player Gary Amos 

Coach's Award ' John McCloud 

Scholar Athlete John McCloud 

FOOTBALL 

Most Valuable Player — Mark Cabe 
Academic All-American — Tim Spitler 
Scholar Athlete — Sixto Su ^^ 



Candy Kirkland 
Becky Bass 
Amber Albright 
Sharmin Roberts 
Denise Borden 



BASEBALL 

Top Pitcher — Gian Frigerio 

Highest Batting Average — Jerry Allen 

Most Improved — Jerry Allen 

Scholar Athlete — Dan Smith 



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SOFTBALL 

Most Valuable Player — Teresa Williams 

Best Hitter — Melissa Thomas 

Most Versatile — Candy Kirkland 

Most Improved — Julie Myers 

Scholar Athlete — Sherry Underwood 



TENNIS 

Most Outstanding Player — Casey Burris 

Scholar Athlete — Jayne Wallin 



GOLF 

Scholar Athlete — Greg Vandagriff 



FUN 



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Each Tennessee Wesleyan student had the op- 
portunity to be a "star athlete" on campus. Intra- 
murals were offered in volleyball, basketball, 
ping-pong, tennis, and Softball. Varsity athletes 
were not allowed to compete in their respective 
sports in an effort to make the competition fair. 
Jama Delaughter was recognized as the Intramu- 
ral Athlete of the Year. Although competition was 
sometimes intense, everyone had fun and wel- 
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Finals week was a busy, emotional time for all of the graduating seniors. 
Students had to take tests and finish up projects. There was graduation 
rehearsal, followed by a picnic sponsored by the Alumni Association. Since 
it was a rainy weekend, graduation ceremonies had to be moved to the 
gymnasium and the picnic was in the cafeteria. Baccalaureate was Friday 
night in Trinity Church, and it was followed by a President's reception in the 
cafeteria. Students had to find time to exchange gifts and to say their last 
good-byes. For many graduates, their last requirement to meet was to 
return their cap and gown after the ceremonies. 




PROUD 




May 6, 1989, was THE DAY fo 

seniors. After countless hour; 

of work and study, com 

mencement day had arrived 

Graduates went through ar 

array of emotions — happi 

ness, sadness, fear, antici 

pation, relief — but one ele 

ment was common amonc 

them all. When their mo 

ment in time arrived, they 

along with their friends anc 

families, were proud c 

their accomplishment. 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 

R. Clinton Baker 
Kerri Anne Balch 
Jackie Elaine Barnhart 
Douglas Cory Haaser 
Roger Neil Higgins 
Michael Harold Hood 
Kyoko Ikeda 
Candace Kirkland 
Xianming Liao 
Sam S. Lytle 
Connie Louise Neese 
Daniel John Pace 
Leslie Ann Plemons 
Julie Elaine Price 
Sharmin LaNise 
Roberts 
Tim D. Smith 
Barry Scott Stout 
John K. Thierbach 
Madison Sloan Trewhitt 
Hal Lewis Williams 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Traci Ann Freeman 

Kozo Noda 

Kevin Hayes O'Shields 

Jo Rita Price 

Tommy Joe Thomas, Jr. 

Carl Alan Warmouth 

Tracy Suzanne Watson 

Anthony Charles 

Weaver 



TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE CLASS OF 1989 
May 6, 1989 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Peggy Arlene 

Armstrong 

Sharon Henry Beasley 

Niguanna Lynn Bivens 

Nancy Jo Bowerman 

Jill Margo Branson 

Mark Anthony Cabe 

Betty Sue Casteel 

Patti Alison Chastina 

Jana Michele 

Churchwell 

Barry DeWayne 

Crabtree 

Sylvia Denise Crabtree 

Kimberly Denise 

Crockett 

Pamela Jane Dalton 

John William Duffett 

Pamela Gail Eslick 

Duane Michael Fields 

Kim Lee Gossett 

Janine Dyan Helle 

Pamela Diane 

Henderson 

August 4, 1989 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

Abdallah Abukurah 
Gary D. Amos 
Elston Lynn Beal 
Derrick Kevin Combs 
William Todd Cyphers 
Robert Luke Dotson 
Tim C. Fritts 
Robert Scott Frye 
Sherry Buckner Godsey 
Steve Edward Hawkins 
James Douglas Johns 
Steven K. Kerley 
Robyn Joanne Kinsey 
John Ivory McCloud 
Kenji Shigematsu 
Faye Crittenden Songer 
Pamela Kay Thrasher 
Stephanie Karen Watts 
Sherye Lee E. Workman 



Robert Donald Holt 
Laura Lynn Hughes 
Teresa Diane Irons 
Emily Janine Jaynes 
Kimberly Dee Jones 
Kevin Charles Kuboske 
Donna Jane Kyle 
Daria Diahn Laudermilk 
Carolyn Bond McConkey 
Roberta C. McCorkle 
Michael J. Murphy 
Michiael EIrod Nunley 
Dennis Ray Painter 
Evelyn B. Parris 
Louisa Tyler Perry 
Rebecca Hope Phillips 
Frankie Goddard Pitt 
Melissa Monique 
Rogers 



BACHELOR OF APPLIED 
SCIENCE 

Karen Sue Russell 
Libby McKinney 
Saunders 

Shannon Beth Seals 
David Allan Shaw 
Kimberly Louise 
Simmons 

Daniel Howard Smith 
James David Staff 
Holly Hayden Tarver 
Gregory Alan Thacker 
Susan Marie Thompson 
Jayne Ellen Wallin 
Phyllis DeShane Wear 
Linda Peters Weir 
William Michael West 
Gail Michelle Wheeler 
Teresa Haynes Williams 
Deborah Anne Wright 
Jeffrey Allen Brantley 
Brenda B. Carter 
Don L. Carter 
Leon E. Ebbert 
Lita K. Esquinance 
Annette Fitzgerald 
Hanna 

Debra Ann Self 
Rebecca Elaine Walker 
Leora Mae W. 
Worsham 



BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE 



Joel Patrick Bain 
Mary T. Bartolini 
Lola J. Dugger 
Edward T. Ector, Jr. 
Sammy Farris Edwards 
Stephen Edward Fraker 
William L. Harper, Jr. 
Sally L. Haywood 
Brenda Sue Henry 
Tom Richard Humberd 



Cynthia L. Hundley 
McNeil Jenkins, Jr. 
Margaret C. McCauley 
Mildred A. S. Parott 
David A. Rittenberry 
Eileen Wilson Salyer 
Marsha L. Shoemaker 
Alton Robvan Sims 
Cindy Elizabeth Warner 
Tracey LaRae Wilson 



HONORARY DEGREES 



Robert Wade Walker 
Billy Lee Akins 
Mary Edwards Kirby 



Doctor of Divinity 

Doctor of Humane Letters 

Doctor of Humanities 



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The 1989 edition of the Nocatula is dedicated to 
Holland Vibbert and Stan Harrison. Both members of the 
Student Services staff give many hours of their own 
time to help the students at Tennessee Wesleyan. 

Holland Vibbert, the Assistant to the Dean, spends 
many hours with the cheerleaders at practices and at 
games. She is also responsible for job placement ser- 
vices for students. This year she helped make the ca- 
reer fair "Opportunities '89" available to Wesleyan stu- 
dents. 

The Dean of Students Stan Harrison also serves as 
the women's basketball coach and the tennis coach. 
He is one of the administrative officers of the college. 
Among his job responsibilities are dormitory life, disci- 
plinary procedures, and convocations. 

No matter how busy you may find these two people, 
you can count on them to be dedicated to their job, and 
more importantly, to the Tennessee Wesleyan stu- 
dents. 




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REFLECTIVE 




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"My most memorable moment at TWC was 
when I arrived in ttie fall before classes 
started. I was sad, lonely, and very bored 
before I met anyone. But as the year went on, 
I met many lifetime friends and experienced 
the advantages and pleasures of a small 
college — things that I would not trade for 
anything in the world." 

JOHN IVORY McCLOUD 

"My most memorable time at TWC was find- 
ing out that the riverboat was really going to 
move the night of the formal." 

KOURTNEY PAYNE 

"Road trips on the soccer team, friends and 
the closeness, Andy, being forced to attend 
convocations, the food" 

WENDY ASHBURN 

"Having a snowball fight at 2:00 a.m. in the 
parking lot. There must have been 100 stu- 
dents outside, and even the local police 
were spotlighting. It was a blast! Honorable 
mention has to be getting to shoot Coach 
Geeter to win the 'Gotcha' game." 

ANGELA LANE 



"In the short time that I have been here at 
TWC, the thing that stands out most in my 
mind is the people and the genuine caring 
and support that has been shown to me." 

JAN BECKWITH 

"What I will remember most from my moment 
in time at Wesleyan are the people I've met 
and, more importantly, the life-long friends I 
have made." 

ROGER HIGGINS 

"Meeting all of my wonderful friends and get- 
ting the chance to make a lot of precious 
memories, most of which were good! Also, 
mistaking fruit punch for orange juice." 

CANDY KIRKLAND 

"... attending Don Windham's psychology 
classes." 

JAYNE WALLIN 

"The time Paul Gaffney dived after a loose 
ball at Lee College and knocked Coach Dod- 
gen out of his seat and into the bleachers" 

ELSTON BEAL 



"The things I appreciate most about my time 
at TWC are the close friendships that devel- 
oped and the fact that the faculty really 
cares about the students, not only in an aca- 
demic sense but on a personal level. These 
factors have made a big difference in my life 
at TWC." 

MIKE HOOD 

"Scoring my first collegiate goal" 

RYAN LIBBY 

"My most memorable moment at TWC was 
. . . well, it's been that kind of year." 

BETH DONEGAN 

"My most memorable moment at TWC was 
February 23 when a group of black students 
came together and organized the first Black 
History program. This event was the first 
step toward the establishment of an Afro- 
American Student Union which became an 
official campus organization in the spring of 
1989." 

PEGGY ARMSTRONG 

"When my lies got printed in The New Expo- 
nent" 

SAM LYTLE 




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INDEX 



Abukurah. Abdullah (Amman. Jordan) 12 

Ackaouy. Angie (Athens, Tn) 22 

Adachi. Etsuko {Fukuoka. Japan) 22 

Adams. Christopher (Athens. Tn) 

Akers, Conme (BS. RN, Medical College of Va) 40 

Akiyama, Ayumi (Fukuoka, Japan) 22 

Albright, Amber (Fnendsville, Tn) 22. 62, 64. 100. 101, 113 

Allen, Jerry (Fayetteville. Ga) 23, 58, 95, 104. 105 

Allen, John (Athens. Tn) 23 

Allison, Wrenda (Athens, Tn) 20 

Amburgey. Eric (Madisonville, Tn) 

Amos, Ella Mae (Loudon, Tn) 

Amos. Gary (Lynch. Ky) 12, 49, 51. 59, 69, 93, 102 

Anderson, Jeff (Sweetwater, Tn) 

Armstrong, Peggy (Lynnville. Tn) 12. 18. 20. 51. 62. 63, 69 

Armstrong, Phillicia (Lynnville, Tn) 22, 51. 62, 69, 73, 84 

Arnett, Pamela (Athens. Tn) 

Arrants, Jean (BS. U of TN) 38 

Arwood, Vic (MS, U ol TN) 38, 71, 100, 107 

Ashburn, Wendy (Davie, Fl) 22. 47, 59, 96. 97. 124 

Atkins, Stacie (Madisonville, Tn) 



Bacon, Teresa (Athens, Tn) 

Baker, Clint (Casselberry, Fl) 5, 7, 8, 9, 18, 20, 50, 60, 89, 104, 105, 

118, 1 19 
Baker, Elizabeth Polly (Athens, Tn) 22 
Baker, Joyce (PhD, Texas ASM) 38 
Balch, Kern (Knoxville. Tn) 13, 45. 119 
Bankston, David (BS, U of Tampa) 40, 94, 95 
Bankston, Marsha (BFA, Indiana U.) 42 
Barnes, Lou (Newport, Tn) 49, 51 
Barnett, Frances 
Barnett, Travis (Englewood, Tn) 
Barney. Chris (Orlando, Fl) 
Barry, Stephen (Mornstown, NJ) 86 
Bass. Becky (Oliver Springs. Tn) 4. 5, 7, 22, 100, 101 
Bates. Carol 41 

Battle. Anthony F IV (Chattanooga. Tn) 23, 69 
Batts, John (Hermitage, Tn) 7. 23 
Seal, Elston (Knoxville, Tn) 13. 19, 102, 1 13, 124 
Beasley, Sharon (Athens. Tn) 13 
Bebb, Daniel (Sweetwater, Tn) 

Beckwith. Jan (Clearwater, Fl) 59. 63. 65. 107, 124 
Beeler, Barry (Knoxville. Tn) 7, 22, 46, 47, 57, 66, 67, 72, 73, 105. 114, 

118 
Bell, Terry (Bronx, NY) 22, 51. 60. 69. 102 
Belle Isle, Robert (Cartersville, Ga) 49, 95 
Benson, Chuck (Newport, Tn) 22 
Benton, Clyde (Sweetwater, Tn) 
Bivens, Niguanna {Vonore. Tn) 13, 58 
Blair, Ten (Etowah. Tn) 
Blair, Vickie (MS, U ol TN) 41. 102 
Blazer. Jamia (Mornstown. Tn) 22. 64, 65, 78, 79 
Block. Nancy (Etowah, Tn) 

Bond. Matthew (Loudon, Tn) 45, 55, 60, 98. 114 
Boothe, John (Madisonville, Tn) 

Borchert, Terne (Kmgsport, Tn) 4. 21. 23, 57. 62, 76, 77, 102 
Borden, Denise (Englewood, Tn) 9, 23. 64. 66, 67, 100. 101 
Boring, Sonya (Tellico Plains, Tn) 22 
Bowerman, Nancy (Fnendsville, Tn) 4, 12, 15, 62. 84 
Bowling, Floyd E (EdD, U of TN) 38 
Bradley, Andrea (Knoxville, Tn) 46 
Branson. Jill (Coker Creek, Tn) 12. 9l 
Breedlove. Jill (Englewood, Tn) 22, 74 
Brock, Jan 42 

Brown, Scott (Chattanooga, Tn) 22, 50 
Bryson, Rhonda (Riceville, Tn) 22 
Buckner, Teresa (Philadelphia, Tn) 58 
Bulldog 7,' 18, 1 10 

Bultsma, Loxy (Fnendsville, Tn) 4. 7, 23, 101, 123 
Burkey, Beth Taylor (Athens, Tn) 
Burn, Sara Roseanne (Englewood. Tn) 23 
Burns, Douglas (Greeneville, Tn) 47. 57. 95, 105 
Burns, Carol (Athens, Tn) 

Burns, Casey (Athens, Tn) 10, 24, 50. 76, 77, 109, 1 10, 111, 113 
Butler, Garry (Telhco Plains, Tn) 12, 68, 79. 81 
Buttram. Susan (BS, TWO 40. 1 14 
Byars, Kevin (Athens, Tn) 
Byrom. Lisa (Bluff City, Tn) 4, 24, 97, 114 



Cabe, Mark {Greenback, Tn) 94, 95, 104, 105, 1 13 

Cagle. Linda (Ten Mile, Tn) 

Cagley, Anthony (Harnman, Tn) 

Cam. Anita (BFA. MTSU) 41 

Cam. Misti (Tellico Plains, Tn) 

Caldwell, Dewayne (Dalton, Ga) 24 

Campbell. Gail (Athens. Tn) 

Campbell. Kelli (Ft Oglethorpe, Ga) 4, 24, 44. 72, 73, 76, 77, 84. 85, 

92, 102, 125 
Campbell. Michele (Niota, Tn) 
Cannon, Craig (Powell. Tn) 
Cannon. Eldred (Tampa. Fl) 94. 95 
Carpenter, Tab (Cummings. Ga) 15, 50. 93, 95, 108 
Carr, Bo (Huntland. Tn) 24, 95, 108 
Carroll. Stephen (Cleveland, Tn) 104, 105 
Carver, Debbie (Athens, Tn) 
Casteel, Betty (Athens. Tn) 

Cawood, Talania (Riceville, Tn) 10, 24, 85, 86, 110. Ill 
Chambers. John Barry (PhD, U, of Newcastle Upon Tyne) 38, 91 
Champion. David (Chattanooga, Tn) 24. 58, 70, 71, 95 
Chance, Darnell (MA, UT, MDiv. Emory) 38, 78, 79 
Charles. Kenneth 42 
Charles. Kenneth Jr (Athens, Tn) 
Chastam. Patti (Englewood, Tn) 13, 116, 119 
Cheek. Chris 6. 10, 64, 65, 102 
Cheek. James (LittD, LMU) 38, 92, 116 

Chesnutt, Beth (Rogersville, Tn) 6, 24, 45, 47, 50, 74. 75. 86 
Churchwell. Jana (Cleveland, Tn) 13 
Ciccotti, Paul (Elizabeth, NJ) 24, 47, 59. 95. 102 
Clariday, Sandra (MSLS. U of TN) 38 
Claus, Santa (North Pole) 46 
Clemmer, Billy Ray (Etowah. Tn) 

Clunan. Chris (Franklin, Tn) 24, 32, 54. 58. 73, 98, 99, 1 14 
Combs, Derrick (Rutledge, Tn) 
Combs, Mary (Harrison, Tn) 95 
Conner. Paul (Englewood. Tn) 
Cooper, Robert (Tampa, Fl) 95 



Corum, Gary (Cleveland, Tn) 7. 24, 59. 105 

Courson. Maxwell (PhD, U of Hawaii) 38 

Courson. Naomi (Athens, Tn) 24 

Cox, Ed (PhD. U of Alabama) 53 

Cox. Katnna (Madisonville, Tn) 

Crabtree, Barry (Athens, Tn) 13, 18. 58, 66. 88, 89, 92 

Crabtree, Sylvia (Riceville. Tn) 20. 1 16, 1 19 

Crisp. Jeffrey (Englewood, Tn) 

Crockett, Kay (Etowah, Tn) 

Crockett, Kim (Athens, Tn) i 19 

Cyphers, William Todd (Englewood, Tn) 



Dahle, Jason (Brandon. Fl) 6, 95 

Dake, John (Athens, Tn) 

Dalton, Pam (Maryville, Tn) 13. 62, 88 

Davenport. Glena (Madisonville, Tn) 

Davis. Jason (Guntersville, Al) 95 

Davis. Ronnie (Madisonville. Tn) 24 

Decker, Carol (Athens, Tn) 

Dedmon, Kenneth (Brentwood. Tn) 24. 59, 73, 98, 99. 102. 114 

Delaughter, Jamal (Seffner, Fl) 24, 95. 1 14 

Dennison, Mark (Dalton, Ga) 94, 95 

Dewhirst, Emily (MS, U of N. Illinois) 38 

Dodd. Joey (Athens, Tn) 

Dodgen, Donald (MS, U of TN) 37, 38, 49. 63. 70, 102, 122 

Donegan, Beth (Athens. Tn) 4, 24. 45. 52, 59. 102, 109 

Donnelly, Daniel (Wayne, NJ) 7. 25, 59, 105 

Dotson, Luke (Greenback, Tn) 

Dover, Peggy (Athens, Tn) 

Dulfett, John (Daytona Beach, Fl) 9, 12, 25, 49, 70. 71. 73. 117. 

Duncan. David (PhD, Vanderbilf) 39 

Duncan, Pal 

Dunn, Durwood (PhD, U of TN) 39 

Dyer, Christy (Knoxvile, Tn) 60, 65. 69. 73. 96, 97. 107 

Dyer, Lyder (Portsmouth, Dominica) 25, 49. 51, 69 



Ealy, Dwain (Athens, Tn) 

Earls, Bobby (Morrow, Ga) 26, 54, 55, 60, 66, 73, 78, 79, 80. 81, 86, 96, 

98, 122, 124 
Fatherly, Jennifer (Oak Ridge, Tn) 4, 6. 26, 75 
Edge, Kinsley (Atlanta, Ga) 4, 26, 47, 58, 59, 97 
Eggert, James (Cleveland, Tn) 56 
Elliolt, Phil (Chattanooga, Tn) 26, 95 
Elrod, David G (Cleveland, Tn) 
Ely, Steve (Maryville, Tn) 95 
Engberg. Jeff (Marietta, Ga) 26, 95 
English, Vicki (Crossville, Tn) 4, 26, 97, 1 13 
Ensminger, Robbie (AA, TWC) 38 
Esquinance, Dewey (Cleveland, Tn) 26 
Evans, Jeft (Sweetwater, Tn) 26 
Evans, Wade (Sweetwater, Tn) 
Everett. Susan (Athens, Tn) 

Everroad, Sonya (Kingsport, Tn) 4. 26, 55, 76, k 77, 82, 96. 97, 1 18 
Ezetl, David (Sweetwater, Tn) 



Farley. Shawn (Knoxville, Tn) 26, 102, 104, 105 

Faulk, Julie (MSLS, U of TN) 39 

Fawcett, Brenda (Sweetwater, Tn) 

Ficklen, Teresa (Riceville, Tn) 91 

Fielden, Terrell (Knoxville, Tn) 

Fields, Duane (Snellville, Ga) 1 17 

Folks, Jeff (PhD, Indiana University) 39, 56 

Fowler, Penny (MS, U of KY) 39, 41 

Fox, Douglas Scott (Philadelphia, Tn) 

Frazier, Angie (Athens, Tn) 26, 110. Ill 

Freeman, Traci (Tellico Plains, Tn) 

Fngerio, Gian (Marietta, Ga) 7. 26. 43, 45, 52, 82, 105 

Fritts, Tim (Evensville, Tn) 12 

Fnzzell, Mark (Harrison, Tn) 26, 71. 86 

Frye, Scott (Madisonville, Tn) 12 

Fugate, John (Tazewell, Tn) 26, 95 

Fuller, Carta (Athens, Tn) 



Gaffney, Paul (Benham, Ky) 7, 26, 51, 69. 102, 103, 112 

Gann, K C. (Seymour, Tn) 70. 71, 95, 102 

Garner, Kim (Knoxville, Tn) 26, 62, 96, 97, 107 

Geeter, Jeff (BS, TWC) 40, 97, 98, 1 14 

Gernert, Caroline (Athens, Tn) 4, 27, 52, 53 

Gibson, Mark (Charleston, Tn) 27, 62. 78, 79, 81 

Giles, Travis (Athens, Tn) 27, 102 

Gilliam, Julie (Athens. Tn) 4, 7, 10. 27, 58. 103. 110, 111 

Glynn, Sheila (Athens, Tn) 45 

Godsey, Sherry (Sweetwater, Tn) 20. 45. 84. 88. 91, 1 16. 1 18 

Goss, Barbara (Sweetwaler, In) 

Gossett, Kim (Etowah, Tn) 

Graham, Craig (Crossville, Tn) 27 

Graham, Jon (Chattanooga, Tn) 27, 98 

Greco, Joe (Seffner. Fl) 57 

Green, Linda (Charleston, Tn) 20. 27 

Green, Nelson (BS, TWC) 40, 114 

Greene. Larry D (Madisonville, Tn) 

Greene. Tyrone (Nassau, Bahamas) 27, 51, 61, 63, 67 

Greenhoe, Mary (EdD, U of TN) 62 

Greenland, William (Athens, Tn) 

Gregg. Jeffrey (Maryville, Tn) 27, 49 

Griggs, Wayne (Chattanooga, Tn) 102, 105 

Gnlfin, Thomas (Dover, NJ) 49, 70. 71 

Grisko. Robert (Willmgboro, NJ) 

Guevara, Andres (San Jose, Costa Rica) 27, 75, 78. 79, 91 

Gunter. Tony (Riceville, Tn) 

Guthrie. Carol (MS, U of TN) 

Guthrie, Rachel (Calhoun, Tn) 100, 101 



Hagans, Paul (Lexington, Ky) 16. 27, 102 

Hamamoto. Miwa (Kagoshima, Japan) 27, 36 

Hammond, Katie (Madisonville, Tn) 

Hanley, Brian (Maryville, Tn) 95 

Harrell, Karen (Sweetwater, Tn) 

Harris, Jacqueline (Tellico Plains, Tn) 

Harris, Todd (Athens, Tn) 

Harnson. James (MEd, U of TN) 38 

Harnson. Stan (MS, U of TN) 10, 38, 64, 72. 87, 92, 96. 100. 101, 116. 

122. 123 
Hart, Travis (Loudon, Tn) 7, 27, 57, 104, 105 
Hawkins. Alan (Tellico Plains, Tn) 27 
Hawkins, Steve (Madisonville, Tn) 
Hayes, Jeanette (Etowah, Tn) 

Head, Anita (Rock Spring, Ga) 6. 27, 61. 72, 73. 74, 75, 78, 79 
Helle. Janine (Powell, Tn) 19, 20, 45. 48, 62, 89, 93. 100, 101, 109. 119 

123 
Henderson, Pamela (Philadelphia. Tn) 
Henley, Robert (Cleveland, Tn) 
Hensley, H K (Etowah, Tn) 
Hershey, Marilyn (Etowah, Tn) 
Hewett, Jack (Loudon, Tn) 28, 71 
Higgins, Roger (Benton. Tn) 10. 13, 19, 44, 61, 62. 64, 65. 66. 67, 73. 

75, 78, 79, 80, 81, 85. 86, 88. 89, 1 19. 121. 124 
Might. Andrew (Marietta, Ga) 6. 23. 28, 73. 83. 98. 114, 124 
Hill, Adeline (Athens, Tn) 
Hinkle. Dennis (Maryville, Tn) 

Hocking, Darin (Stone Mtn , Ga) 28, 45, 68, 78, 79 
Hodge, Joey (Rutledge, Tn) 28, 70, 7 1 
Hogan, James (Whitehall, Pa) 29, 95 
Holt, Robert E (Tellico, Tn) 
Honda, Hiroko (Fukuoka, Japan) 29 
Hood, Michael (Benton, Tn) 13, 15, 18. 59, 62. 64, 65, 66. 67, 78, 79, 

80, 01, 89, 119, 121, 124 
Horan, Pete (Mornstown, NJ) 7, 28, 70, 71, 114 
Howard. Ferol (Chattanooga, Tn) 53, 1 16 
Howard, Rene (Etowah, Tn) 4, 28. 51, 59, 69, 101 
Howell, Karen (Athens, Tn) 20 
Hudson, Barry (Tampa. Fl) 28, 51, 95 

Hughes, Laura (Gamesboro. Tn) 12, 44, 64. 65, 85, 89. 1 18. 1 19, 125 
Humpherys, Hershel (Niota. Tn) 
Hutcheson, Dane (Benton, Tn) 
Hutsell. Harold (Athens, Tn) 
Hutson, B T (MS U of Tn) 39 
Hyder, Rebecca (Kingsport, Tn) 4. 10, 28, 45. 48. 57. 73. 85. 86. 109, 

11 0, 111 



Ikeda, Kyoko (Nagasaki, Japan) 12, 116 
Ingram, Amy (Harnman, Tn) 29, 62. 82, 97 
Irons, Teresa (Athens. Tn) 
Ishimaru. Nagisa (Fukuoka, Japan) 29 



Jackson, Bryan (MBA. U. of TN) 

Jansen, Joy (Knoxville, Tn) 28, 62. 91 

Jaquish, Charles (Athens, Tn) 

Jaynes, Emily (Athens, Tn) 

Jenkins, Sherry (Knoxville. Tn) 28, 45, 62, 83. 86, 91, 96, 97, 100, 101, 

106. 107 
Johnson, Betty Scott 42 

Johnson, Gary (Oak Ridge. Tn) 51. 94, 95, 1 14 
Johnson, Jennifer (Mt Juliet, Tn) 28, 78. 79. 81, 83, 91, 97 
Johnston, Michael (Cartersville, Ga) 94, 95 
Jones, Cynthia (Etowah, Tn) 
Jones, Greg (Athens, Tn) 68, 84 
Jones, Kitty (Newport, Tn) 4, 6, 28. 102 
Jones, Matthew (fvladisonville, Tn) 102 
Jones, Venita (AA, Sierra College) 40, 45, 63 
Jordan, Lisa (Athens, Tn) 
Jurgens, Laura (Englewood, Tn) 29, 74, 75 



Haaser. Doug (Athens. Tn) 13. 1 19 
Hackler, Laura (Decatur, Tn) 
Haga, Ritsuko (Fukuoka. Japan) 27 



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Keirn, Betty (MS, FSU) 10, 39, 49, 66. 67, 70, 71 

Keller. Lesley (Madisonville, Tn) 

Kerley, Steven (Athens, Tn) 20. 58 

Key, Robert (Delano, Tn) 

Khaiah, Ham (Kuwait) 

Kilby, Windlyn (Tellico Plains. Tn) 

King, Ange (Crossville, Tn) 4, 29 

King, Lisa (Gatlinburg, Tn) 12, 62. 65, 107 

Kinsey. Robyn (Dalton, Ga) 

Kirby. B. J (Seffner. Fl) 54, 95 

Kirkland, Candace (Etowah, Tn) 19, 46, 51, 57. 64. 65. 93. 101. 106, 

107. 1 13, 124 
Kirkland, Richard A, (Tellico Plains, Tn) 
Kittell. Jill (Etowah, Tn) 

Knight. Jelaine (Conyers, Ga) 4, 28, 51, 59, 60, 72, 73, 96, 97 
Knox, Carolyn Sue (Englewood, Tn) 
Korsah, Kofi (PhD. U of Missoun) 39, 69 
Kronberg, Knstine (Worcester, Ma) 4, 28, 56, 57 
Ku, Eun-Ah (Seoul, Korea) 28 
Ku, Seulah (Seoul, Korea) 13, 88 
Kuboske, Kevin (Athens. Tn) 
Kyker, William (Sweetwater, Tn) 
Kyle, Donna (Sweetwater, Tn) 
Kyle, Marcus (Cleveland, Tn) 



Lambert, Tom (Englewood, Tn) 

Lane. Angela (Crossville, Tn) 6, 28. 45. 53. 55. 66. 72. 73. 74, 75, 78 

80, 81, 82, 124 
Lashley, Debbie (Loudon, Tn) 29 
Laudermilk, Daria (Athens. Tn) 13, 119 
Lawrence, Eric (Jonesboro, Ga) 94, 95 
Lawson, Eric (Etowah. Tn) 
Lee, John (Knoxville, Tn) 58 
Lewis. John (Nolansburg, Ky) 29. 102 
Lewis, Steve (Clarksville. Tn) 30, 66. 102 
Lewis. Timothy (Savannah. Ga) 94, 95, 114 
Lewis. Tracey (Etowah, Tn) 
Liao, Xianming (Fujian. China) 13 
Libby. Ryan (Crossville. Tn) 30, 55. 73. 74. 82. 98 
Linder, John (Harnson. Tn) 14. 49, 86, 93. 94, 95 



126 



Littleton, Joe {Decatur, Tn) 

Littleton, Kelly (Loudon, Tn) 14, 74, 75 

Ltttreal, Steven (Madisonville, Tn) 

Lloyd, Tom (Chattanooga, Tn) 30, 49, 54, 95 

Lollis, Etijabetti (Alliens. Tn) 55 

Long, Fted (Maryvitte, Tn) 30, 102 

Long. Gary (MS, US Naval School) 39 

Lolti, Anthony (Morrow, Ga) 14, 46, 95 

Lowe, Glenn 42, 63 

Loy. Alan (Pigeon Forge, Tn) 30, 95 

Lusk, Kevin (Hixson, Tn) 30, 53, 56. 73. 86. 98. 99. 102 

Lycans, Stroud (Peachlree City. Ga) 30. 59, 60, 73. 98. 99, 104, 105, 

1 14 
Lynn, Rhonda (Teltico Plains, Tn) 
Lyons. Richard (Athens. Tn) 30. 57 
Lytle. Sann (Knoxvitte. Tn) 15. 84 



Powell. Jason (Decatur. Tn) 29, 32, 102, 103 

Powers, Jack (Engtewood, Tn) 

Pratt, Joy (Maryville, Tn) 4, 32, 53 

Price, Jo Rita (Gale City, Va) 15, 19. 51, 59 

Price, Kelli (Athens, Tn) 

Price, Tracey (Sweetwater, Tn) 33 

PriesI, Kim (Ten Mite, Tn) 10, 33. 88. 110. Ill 

Priest. Patrick (Ten Mile. Tn) 

Pulley. Amy (Crossvitle, Tn) 

Q 



Queen, Phillip (Ringgold, Ga) 68 



M 



Majlesi, Emmanuel (Athena, Tn) 63, 102 

Malone, William (Brentwood, Tn) 25, 30. 55, 73, 85, 98. 108 

Marshall, Kay (Englewood. Tn) 86. 101. 123 

Martin. Janice 41 

Martin, Rhonda (Madisonville, Tn) 

Marx. Jimmy (Mahwah, NJ) 7, 30, 102, 105 

Mason, Laura Lee (Loudon, Tn) 30 

Mason, Scott (Harnman. Tn) 30, 57, 94, 95, 108 

Matthews, Lynn (Chattanooga, Tn) 30, 100, 101, 114, 123 

Maupin. Lynn (Kingsport, Tn) 4, 31, 55, 59. 76. 77. 96, 97, 102 

Maxwell, Betsy (Madisonville, Tn) 31 

May, James (Oneida, Tn) 95 

Mayberry, Janet (Athens, Tn) 

Mays, Rick (Knoxville. Tn) 31, 102. 103 

McCallie, Sarah (Birchwood. Tn) 30. 44, 59, 61. 62. 63. 64, 65, 66, 67, 

78, 79 
McClanahan, Pamela (Riceville, Tn) 

McCloud, John (Gary, In) 13, 15, 19. 51, 63, 69, 93. 102, 103, 112. 124 
McClung, Mark (Sweetwater. Tn) 
McConkey. Carolyn (Madisonville, Tn) 
McCorkle, Robin (Cleveland. Tn) 
McDaniel, Cynthia (Tellico Plains, Tn) 
McGhee, Brett (LaFollette, Tn) 102 
McKeehan. Misty (Athens. Tn) 30. 71. 1 10, 111 
McKenzie, Britt (Decatur, Tn) 29, 30, 102 
Meguiar, Mike (PhD. U of TN) 39. 63 
Mendez, Marina (Ooltewah, Tn) 4 
Merrell, Laura (Englewood. Tn) 
Miller, Cheryl (Madisonville. Tn) 
Miller. Eugenia 41 

Miller. George (EdD, U- of VA) 38. 90 
Miller, Susan (Englewood, Tn) 

Mitchell. Kenny (Ooltewah. Tn) 31. 45. 47, 50, 54. 1 14 
Monroe, Marilyn (Athens, Tn) 
Moore, James (Sweetwater, Tn) 
Moore, Lisa (Kingsport. Tn) 31 
Moore, Nancy (Riceville, Tn) 
Moore. Nick (Cartersvile. Ga) 95 
Moore, Patton (Niota, To) 
Moore, Rhonda (Niota, Tn) 

Mori, Tomoko (Nagasaki, Japan )31, 62, 63, 78, 79 
Morrison, Dawn (Franklin, Tn) 9. 31, 47, 59, 72, 97 
Moser, Randall (Madisonville, Tn) 
Moser, Ronald (Cleveland, Tn) 31 
Moses. Kathy (Madisonville, Tn) 31 
Murphy, Michael (Cleveland, Tn) 
Myatt, Becky (Chattanooga. Tn) 31. 44, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 73, 78. 81, 

85, 88, 107. 112 
Myers, Julie (Chattanooga, Tn) 3i, 62, 107 



Naff, George E. Jr. (DD. Emory & Henry) 39, 63 

Neese. Connie (Dayton, Tn) 

Neil, Vonda (Knoxville, Tn) 

Newman, Annette (Athens, Tn) 

Newton. Greg (Tampa, Fl) 95 

Newton. Pat (Athens. Tn) 

Nichols, Jamillah (Tampa. Fl) 3i, 95 

Nichols, Kelli (Loudon, Tn) 

Nielson, Christy (Kingston, Tn) 106, 107 

Noda. Kozo (Nagasaki, Japan) 

Norfleet, Lydia (MA, EKU) 41, 1i7 

Norfleet, Wayne (MS. FL International U ) 40 

Nunley. Michael (Athens, Tn) 1 16 



Ogle, Dwayne (Pigeon Forge. Tn) 

Oneal, Tom {MAcc. U of TN) 39, 90 

Oot. Lisa (Turtletown. Tn) 31, 78, 79, 81 

OShields. Kevin (Clarkston, Ga) 59, 98 

O'Shields, Missy (Seymour. Tn) 5. 31. 59, 76, 103, 110. 111 

Overton. Marti (Oak Ridge, Tn) 4. 6. 31. 74. 75 



Pace, Daniel (Basking Ridge, NJ) 104. 105, 1 19 

Painter, Dennis (Cleveland. Tn) 

Palmer, Lisa (Harnman, Tn) 

Parker. Janni (Cleveland, Tn) 68 

Parris, Evelyn (Loudon, Tn) 15. 1 19, 88 

Parsons, Kelley (Etowah. Tn) 31. 109 

Passmore, Kim (Athens, Tn) 

Payne, Kourtney (Etowah, Tn) 31, 96, 97, 109 

Perkins, David (Etowah, Tn) 

Perry. Louisa (Knoxville, Tn) 10, 15. 46, 58, 70, 71, 74. 75 

Petitt, Carol (Decatur, Tn) 

Phillips. Randall (Athens, Tn) 49. 51. 95 

Phillips, Rebecca (Athens, Tn) 14 

Phillips, Rodney (Athens. Tn) 49. 51, 52. 58. 86. 95 

Pierce, Todd (Seymour, Tn) 70. 95 

Pike. Tim (Dalton. Ga) 95 

Pitt, Frankie {Athens, Tn) 

Pitt, Kim (Athens, Tn) 14 

Plemons. Leslie (Athens. Tn) 4. 14, 45, 48. 91, 1 10. 111. 1 16. 117, 

Policastro, Mike (BS. TWO 20. 105 

Poore, P J- (Athens. Tn) 83 



Ramey. Mark (Challanooga, Tn) 5. 33, 59. 73. 98, 102 

Raper, Dannette (Athens, Tn) 4, 33, 46 

Redding, Kevin (Jasper. Tn) 

Reed, Jill (Knoxville. Tn) 46 

Reedy, Christine (Riceville, Tn) 

Richards, Debra (Rockwood, Tn) 4. 5, 32, 53, 55, 62, 76. 82 

Richmond, David (Delano, Tn) 

Riden, Wendy (Athens, Tn) 4. 7. 32, 64, 100, 101. 1 14, 123 

Risner. Randolph (Athens, Tn) 

Roark, Kenneth (BS, Union) 40, 95 

Robb, Ellen CWilmmgton. De) 4. 33, 102 

Roberts, Sam (PhD, Drew) 38. 54. 63. 64, 65. 72. 87, 91, 100 

Roberts, Sharmin (Decatur. Tn) 4. 5, 8. 9. 17, 60, 64, 66, 67, 86. 87. 89, 

90, 100, tOl. 112, 123 
Roberts, Stella (MDiv, Yale) 39, 100, 114 
Roberts. Steven (Tracy. Tn) 7. 105, 1 14 

Rogers, Melissa (Mountain City, Ga) 7, 15, 20. 86, 117. 119 
Rollins. Gina (Cleveland, Tn) 

Rose, Kimberly (Germantown. Tn) 4, 33, 60. 64, 76, 77, 85. 86. 102 
Ross, Susan (Maryville, Tn) 
Rouse, Brandi (Etowah, Tn) 
Rowe, Tim (Powell. Tn) 51. 69 
Royer, Chris (Sweetwater, Tn) 33 
Ryan, Greg (Tampa, Fl) 
Ryan, Kelly (Maryville. Tn) 15 
Ryberg, Janice (DMus, FSU) 39 
Ryberg, Robert (EdD, Arizona Slate U ) 39 



Salyers, Leslie (Philadelphia. Tn) 33 

Sanders, Lisa (Athens, Tn) 

Saunders. Evelyn 42 

Saunders, Libby (Athens, Tn) 15 

Schaeter. William (Athens, Tn) 

Schneider, Jon (Jacksonville, Fl) 32, 59, 73, 98, 99, 102 

Scott, Rebecca (Loudon, Tn) 32 

Seals, Shannon (Maryville, Tn) 15. 45. 57, 88 

Seaton, Angela (Riceville, Tn) 

Seltenwright, John (Miami. Fl) 95 

Senn, Courtney (MAT, Duke) 39. 100 

Sexton. Ray (Luttrell. Tn) 33, 91. 95 

Shanks, Lisa (Maryville, Tn) 33, 48. 83. 84, 91 

Shaw, David (Athens. Tn) 

Shiflet, Jason (Valnco, Fl) 6, 33 

Shigematsu, Kenji (Saga, Japan) 14 

Shoemaker, Beverly (Decatur, Tn) 

Shofner, Dawn (Knoxville, Tn) 33, 106, 107 

Shultz, Jane 

Shutters, Keith (Ringgold, Ga) 6, 95 

Simmons, Jerry (Maryville, Tn) 

Simmons, Kimberly (Maryville, Tn) 14, 20, 46 

Simpukas, Otonas (New Tazewell, Tn) 32, 86, 95 

Skyberg, Kathy (Oak Ridge, Tn) 4, 32, 44, 55, 62, 74. 75. 78, 79, 82 

Sluss, Curtis (Madisonville, Tn) 

Smith, Angela (Cleveland. Tn) 

Smith, Dan (Austell, Ga) 5. 7, 14, 15. 17, 20, 50, 72, 73, 89, 90. 105. 

1 13. 117. 118 
Smith, David (Maryville, Tn) 
Smith, Dennis (Maryville, Tn) 
Smith, Donna (harnman. Tn) 
Smith, Ellen (Athens. Tn) 
Smith, Stacey (Niota. Tn) 
Smith, Tim (Athens, Tn) 1 19 
Songer. Faye (Etowah, Tn) 
Sowders, Sandra (Greenback, Tn) 

Spitler, Tim (Rocky Face. Ga) 6, 33, 59, 66, 67, 88, 95. 113. 1 14 
Spurlmg, Wes (Knoxville, Tn) 33, 59, 102 
Staff, David {Atmore, Al) 71, 94, 95 
Stamey, Carl Clayton (Loudon, Tn) 15 
Starks. Reeche (Tampa, Fl) 
Starnes, Robert (Nashville, Tn) 
Stevenson, William (Lexington, KY) 33. 102. 114 
Stewart, Johnny (Tellico Plains, Tn) 
Stout. Scott (Kingston, Tn) 5, 62 
Strange, Bob (Loudon, Tn) 33 
Stuckey. Kellie (Newport, Tn) 5, 6, 9, 34, 55, 59, 72, 73. 74. 75. 787. 79, 

80, 81, 102 
Su, Sixto (Miami, Fl) 34, 95 

Summit!, Melanie (Sweetwater, Tn) 34, 72. 75, 78, 79, 81 
Swayne, Faith (Etowah, Tn) 



Tabor, Dewayne (Twin City. Ga) 34, 95 

Taffer, Jimmy (Sevierville, Tn) 6, 94, 95 

Tagawa, Miyuki (Nagasaki, Japan) 35 

Takeshita, Yasuyo (Fukuoka, Japan) 35 

Tamaki, Megumi (Okinawa, Japan) 34 

Tarver, Holly (Cleveland, Tn) 

Tate, Stephen (Athens, Tn) 

Taylor, Lawana (McDonald, Tn) 

Taylor, Melanie (Delano, Tn) 34. 66, 67. 88 

Tennyson, Robert (Athens, Tn) 55. 70, 78, 79 

Thacker, Greg (Cartersville. Ga) 10, 15, 46, 70, 71, 74 

Thierbach, John (Knoxville. Tn) 56 

Thomas, Joe (Knoxville, Tn) 7, 14, 18. 20, 43, 45. 104. 105. 1 18. 1 19 

Thomas, Melissa (Chattanooga. Tn) 4. 6, 34, 74, 75, 106, 107 

Thompson, Jim (MA. U of Houston) 40, 48, lOO 

Thompson, Susan (Athens. Tn) 11, 14. 15. 18, 48, 49. 58. 64, 65, 100 

Thomson, Laurie (Molena, Ga) 34 

Thornton, Helen (Crossville. Tn) 4. 35. 46, 47, 55. 74, 75, 78. 79, 97. 102 



Thraaher. Pamola (Athens, Tn) 14. 88. 122 

Tomon, Ayako 35 

Torbett. Pamela (Sweetwater, Tn) 

Torbott, Mark (Challanooga. Tn) 34, 98, 99 

Travis. Kymberly (Mosheim. Tn) 52. 53. 63. 68. 76. 77. 82. 109 

Trewhitt, Madison (Cleveland. Tn) 1 17 

Trotter, Louise 42, 75 

Tulloss. Dawn (Daylon, Tn) 

Turner, Cindy (Kinsport. Tn) 4. 45. 46, 85. 102 



U 



Umi. Yoko (Fukuoka. Japan) 34. 60 

Underwood. Sherry (Sweetwaler, Tn) 4, lO. 34 46, 47, 62. 64. 65. 72. 

73. 85. 88. 107 
Upton, Jacqueline (Sweetwater. Tn) 
Ura, Kazuko (Nagasaki. Japan) 34. 63. 787, 79 



Vance, Dana (Athens. Tn) 35 

Vandagrifl, Greg (Knoxville, Tn) 6. 35. 95 

Vaughn, Kimberly (Kingsport, Tn) 62. 76. 77, 93, 96, 97. 107. l 12 

Vaughn, Lisa (Etowah. Tn) 

Vibbert, Holland 40, 102. 110, 122. 123 

Vibbert, Mitch (Athens, Tn) 

Vincent. Tracy (Athens, Tn) 34 



W 



Wagers, Scott (Tampa, Fl) 5, 34, 50, 59. 102 

Walker, Freddy (Tellico Plains, Tn) 34 

Wallace, Deborah (Maryville. Tn) 4, 6. 34, 46. 74, 75. 1 14 

Wallin, Jayne (Newport, Tn) lO. 15. 19, 88, 89, 92, 109. 124 

Walsh, Richard (Smyrna, Ga) 32, 35. 52, 53, 54, 55. 82. 102 

Warmouth, Carl (Athens, Tn) 15, 51, 58, 64. 78, 79. 81. 1 19 

Warren, Jerry (Sugar Valley, Ga) 35. 68 

Washington, Charlotte 42 

Waters. Pat (MA, U of TN) 40 

Watson. Tracey (Athens. Tn) 16, 58 

Watson, Tracy (Madisonville, Tn) 53 

Wattenbarger, Donna (Athens, Tn) 

Wattenbarger, James Allen (Athens. Tn) 

Wattenbarger, Scott (Athens. Tn) 

Watts. Kelley (Philadelphia. Tn) 36, 76, 77 

Watts, Stephanie (Loudon Tn) 16 

Wear, Phyllis (Tellico Plains. Tn) 15, 16. 18. 100. 1 17. 1 19 

Weaver, John (Blountville, Tn) 25 

Weaver, Tony (Kingsport, TN) 5, 6. 9. 15. 19. 36. 51. 54. 59. 60. 73. 74. 

93, 98, 99, 1 14, 1 17, 119 
Webb, Johnny (Maryville, Tn) 
Webb. Reid (Philadelphia, Tn) 
Webb. Sheila (Athens, Tn) 
Webster, Deborah (Knoxville, Tn) 
Weir, Linda (Athens, Tn) 16, 1 17 
Wesley, Tommy (Alma, Ga) 36, 95. 114 
West. Craig (Greeneville. Tn) 95. 1 19 
West, Michael (Athens. Tn) 16, 119 
Westerman, C J. (BS, Union) 40, 95 
Whaley. Jimbo (Pigeon Forge, Tn) 6, 35. 36. 46. 59. 95 
Wheeler, Michelle (Madisonville. Tn) 16. 1 19 
Whiting. Lynn (MEd. MSU) 40 
Wiggins, David (Maryville, Tn) 
Wiggins, Genevieve (PhD, U of TN) 40, 84. 1 16 
Wilkey, Sandra (Athens, Tn) 36 

Williams. Anna (Athens. Tn) 36, 44. 52. 53. 55. 78. 79 
Williams. Hal (Marietta, Ga) 57, 117, 118 
Williams, Jeanne (MS, U of TN) 41 
Williams. Kris 42 

Williams, Teresa (Riceville. Tn) 107 
Willingham, Gregory (Tampa, Fl) 95 
Wilson, Debbie (Sweetwater. Tn) 
Wilson, Jeninne (Madisonville, Tn) 
Wilson, Margaret (Etowah, tn) 
Wilson, Mike (Decatur, Tn) 
Wilson, Scott (Madisonville. Tn) 
Winder, Donna (Etowah, Tn) 
Windham, Don (BS. Berry College) 41, 68 
Womack, Julyne (Athens, Tn) 
Woodby, Joan (Sweetwater, Tn) 36 
Wooden, Shannon (Athens. Tn) 
Woods, Heath (Rogersville, Tn) 36, 59. 95 
Woods, John (PhD, U of Southern Miss) 40, 63 
Woods, Ronnie (Decatur, Tn) 29. 36. 70, 102 
Woods, Susan (MS. MSU) 40, 63 
Workman, Cherye (Sweetwaler, Tn) 

Wright, Amanda (Murtreesboro, Tn) 7, 36. 73, 76, 77. 100. 101, 102, 107 
Wright, Debbie (Athens, Tn) 15. 16. 18. 20. 50. 76. 77. 89 
Wyatt. Karen (Cleveland. Tn) 



Yae, Chiaki (Nagasaki, Japan) 16 
Yamada, Keiko (Madisonville. Tn) 
Yamamoto, Michiko (Kagoshima, Japan) 36 
Yan. Nelson (Hong Kong) 4, 16 
Yeomans, Lester (Knoxville. Tn) 
Young, Ronnie (Woodstock, Ga) 95 



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