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I have notched a CENTURY, 
and reaHzing ruefully 
that DEATH is waiting for me 
at the GREAT DIVIDE, 
I am puzzled . . . 

Neither a yearning to cross, 
nor keen desire to linger, 
dominates me, so eerily 
between two worlds tetering 
to and fro I sway, helpless, 
gazing earthwards pensively, 
yet longing tenderly 
to gh'mpse celestial fields 

One truth at least 

this tetering makes clear — 

why some men pale, 

curse FATE, 

and shudder at the thought 

of crossing: 

remorse breeds dread 

of what follows death, 

so, the persistently searing thought 

of having to face the GREAT PERHAPS 

is indeed terrifying . . . 

But, happily, not to me: 
I've kept on easy terms 
with LIFE; 
so eerily I'll carry on 
till easeful Death says 
COME. 

Laben Lacy Rice 



MY SWAN SONG commemorating my 
One hundredth anniversary at 
Cumberland College— October 14, 1970 




We Live In Private Allied Worids, Forgetful Of The Image Our 
Bricked And Tree-topped Surroundings Present . . . 




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I Came In Hope Of Finding A Way To Expand My Own 
Reflection, To Make It More Than It Was 

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Extra-curricular Ac- 
tivity Is A Necessary 
Part Of College Life! 




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I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends 
I Get High With A Little Help From My Friends 
Going To Try With A Little Help From My Friends . 

—Paul McCartney 




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In Spite of Changing Moods We Survive 



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Outwardly We Conform— 



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Inside, Our Worlds 



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Are Largely Individual 



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What Is 

It That 

We Want 

From Life? 




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Hard times are just the balance of this perfect life 

Wind and rain and sun are all the same 

So I know that it would never really make a damn to me 

If I had never heard your name 

But somehow loneliness is real and becomes more than a shroud 

Surrounding all the gravestones of my lies 

There's a little bit of care that's crying to be heard 

While just a little more apathy dies 



Dove is striking out and emptiness is dying 

And pain becomes more than a word to me 

I can't go back to heaven, I've gone too far in hell 

So open up the gates and set me free 



A word or touch or something to say you are alive 

And can feel the loving bitterness I feel 

Eternity is nothing if there's no one to share 

But its worse still when you know its not for real 

If its right if its wrong, I'm coming down that road 

The weight of freedom heavy on my mind 

But its a long time since I've been as full of faith as now 

So won't you please remember and be kind 



-Elkin Brown 



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Mr. Cumberland— Sam Cook 




Miss Cumberland— Nicki Joyner 





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Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges 




Frances Verble 



Julia Cummings 



Terry Jean Atkinson 



Diane Johnson 



David Hesson 



Bob Imhoff 



Judy Arrington 



Brenda Murray 



Sam Cook 



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Sophomore 



Nicki Joynen 
Peggy Tarpy 
Rick Honeyman 




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Favorites 



f Cheryl Yarbrough 
I Sam Cook 

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Freshman 




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Favorites 




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Homecoming Court 




Dianne Dunnebacke 



Brenda Murray 



Debbie Cartwright 



Mara Turner 
(Sweetheart) 



Peggy Tarpy 



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Basketball 1970-71 




KNEELING: h. File, E. Marshall, C. Wells, M. Baker, T. McGee, R. Honeyman, J. Jennings, R. Charlton. STANDING: i. Taylor, mgr.; V. Short, P. Marzick, J. 
Vgan, D. Cooper, R. Nye, mgr.; Coach Day. 



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TERRY McGEE 

6'1", 160 lbs., Forward-Guard 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Sophomore 




MACK BAKER 

6'4", 190 lbs. Forward-Guard 
Hazard, Ky. 
Sophomore 



PHIL MARZICK 

6'3", 170 lbs., Forward 

Akron, Ohio 

Freshman 





JOHN AGAN 

6'8", 210 lbs.. Center 

Douglasville, Ga, 

Sophomore 




ERNEST MARSHALL 

6'2", 170 lbs., Guard 

Lexington, Ky. 

Freshman 




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RICK HONEYMAN 

', 180 lbs., Forward-Guard 
Lebanon, Tenn. 
Sophomore 



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CLEO WELLS 

,210 lbs., Forward-Guard 
Newton Falls, Ohio 
Freshman 





BART FITE 

5'10", 165 lbs.. Guard 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Freshman 





DONNIE COOPER 

6'4", 210 lbs., Forward-Center 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Sophomore 



VERNON SHORT 

6'2", 180 lbs., Guard 

Middletown, Ohio 

Freshman 



JOE JENNINGS 

6'1", 165 lbs., Guard-Forward 

Lebanon, Tenn. 

Freshman 





ROD CHARLTON 

6M", 160 lbs.. Guard 

Springboro, Ohio 

Freshman 





Managers — Rick Nye, Sanford Quay, John Taylor 
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We Try Hard to Arouse School Spint 





Jean Moss, Julia Cummings, Mara Turner, Peggy Tarpy, Debbie Cartwright, Nicki Joyner. 




Spirit 

Let the players know you're there 

Even when the breaks are bad 

That's what counts 

The roar from the stands 

Just make them 
yell . . . 






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Baseball 1969-70 




KNEELING: i. Anderson, L. Warren, D. Munier, A. Buhler, T. Winfree, D. Hibdon, L. Grissim, T. Hemdon, STANDING: Coach Kirby, P. Porter, 
D. Cooper, T. McGee, R. Bryant, G. Vaughn, B. Jarboe, K. Head, D. Munier. 



With the return of an experienced group of sophomores and a 
promising crop of freshmen the Bulldogs are seeking their first 
Tennessee Junior College Athletic Conference Championship in 1 97 1 . 



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Dennis Munier 




Paul Porter 






1970 Baseball Results 




Cumberland 









Forest Park 


2 


9 


Forest Park 





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Cleveland State 


8 


2 


Cleveland State 








Jackson State 


1 


3 


Columbia State 


7 


5 


Paducah 


1 


2 


Paducah 


3 


13 


Martin 





2 


Martin 


3 


2 


Hiwassee 


1 





Hiawassee 


1 


6 


Columbia State 


16 


2 


Freed-Hardeman 





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Freed-Hardeman 


2 


5 


Motlow 


4 


1 


Martin 


2 


3 


Martin 


2 


2 


U.T. Freshmen 


6 


3 


U.T. Freshmen 


1 


6 


Motlow 





3 


Jackson 


4 




Donnie Hibdon 




Larry Grissim 




Lonnie Warren 



Alec Buhler 





Dave Munier 



Ricky Bryant 




Donnie Cooper 




Terry McGee 
(All Conference Outfielder) 




Terry Hemdon 



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Tennis 1969-70 




p. Neill, R. Goad, S.Cook, S. Adams, J. Comwell, B. Imhoff. 



The Tennessee Junior College Athletic Associations second Annual 
Tennis tournament was held at the Columbia State Community Col- 
lege courts. 

Cumberland College won the team championship with 19 points! 



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Golf- 1971 





Gerald Summar 



John King 



Columbia State Community College played host to the 1970 
TJ.C.A.A. Golf Tournament. The two day medal play was played at 
Chapel Hill, Tennessee. 

Cumberland College won the team tournament with a 36 hole of 
650. The low medalist was Charles Hudgens. 

The remainder of the 1971 team is still indefinite. 



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SEA TED: Libby Huffman, Judy Arrington, Martha Young, Dianne Hawks, Mrs. Wilma McDonald. STANDING: Ford Farrar, Gary Cross, William Joins, Frank England, 
Kyle Aldridge, Chris Poindexter, Terry Atkinson, Harriet Berry. 



Phoenix 



Organization Staff: William Joins, Kyle Aldridge, Chris Poindexter, Ford 
Farrar, Gary Cross. 







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Editor: Dianne Hawks 
Assistant Editor: Martha Yoimg 
Business Manager: Judy Arrington 

Typists: Libby Huffman and Terry Atkinson. 




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Mr. G. Frank Bums, Ford Farrar, Diane Johnson, Garry Summers, Bruce Jewel, Robbie Safdie 



Collegian 



Diane Johnson, Editor; Mr. G. Frank Bums, Advisor 




The President's Round Table 




Rick Honeyman, Terry Atkinson, Chris Poindexter, Kyle Aldridge, Rita Beth Stone, Dianne Hawks, John Taylor, Sam Cook, Diane Johnson, Arthur 
Primrose, Tommy Henderson, Dave Sherman, Terry Cortner, Steve Bachuss. 



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Student Council 




Chris Poindexter, Rusty Goad, Julia Cummings, Arthur Primrose, Connie Bell, Reita Beth Stone, Rick Honeyman, Ken Roberts, Libby Huffman 



President — Sam Cook 
Vice-President — Rusty Goad 
Secretary — Julia Cummings 



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Honor Council 




SEATED: J. Blevins, P. Neill, R. Honeyman, Dr. Eyler, D. Gleaves, B. Darnell. STANDING: R. Stone, T. Holt, E. Griffith, B. Huggins, J. Taylor, 
A. Primrose, J. Cummings. 



President — Rick Honeyman 
Vice-President — Phil Neill 
Secretary — Debbie Gleaves 



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Phi Theta Kappa 



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SEATED: E. Bane, D. Hawks, B. Imhoff, T. Atkinson, D. Hesson, F. Verble, M. Young, J. Amngton. STANDING. G. Summar, E. Brown, D. Davis, 
G. Cross, D. Johnson, L. Brownlow, C. Yarbrough, P. Weill. 






President — Terry Atkinson 
Vice-President — David Hesson 
Secretary — Frances Verble 
Treasurer — Bob Imhoff 



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Phi Beta Lambda 




FIRST ROW: T. Palisano, M. Kellar, S. Bachuss, L. Huffman, L. Merryman, J. Bluhm, J. Hamilton, Mrs. McDonald (Advisor), SECOND ROW: 
B. Brown, C. Cotter, THIRD ROW: R. Stone, L. Brownlow, F. Ferrell, C. Holmes, A. Grandstaff, FOURTH ROW: M. Roberts, R. demons, J. 
O'Connell, S. Keys, J. Grandstaff, FIFTH ROW: F. Farrar, E. Griffith, A. Robison, K. Aldridge. 



President — Steve Bachuss 
Vice-President — John Hamilton 
Secretary — Mary Kellar 



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Heurethelian Society 




J. Gorman, D. Johnson, J. Oakes, E. Brown, P. Black, J. Blevins, D. Davis. 



FIRST ROW: S. Stringfield, E. Brown, T. Thomas, J. McClanlhan, S. Keyes, B. White, T. Henderson, SECOND 
ROW: M. Martin, Mrs. Thornton, T. Edwards, H. Berry, P. May, E. Bane, C. Howell, B. Bryant, M. Roberts, J. 
Coggins, P. May. 




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Baptist 

Student 

Union 



FIRST ROW: J. Taylor, D. Gleaves, D. Johnson, SECOND ROW: M. Wright, B. Free, C. BeU, K. Smith. 



FIRST ROW: Carol Bass, Irvin Bass SECOND ROW: T. Davis, B. Jent, J. Anderson, T. Cortner, C. Cotter. 



Student 

Christian 

Fellowship 




Cumberland 

Women's 

Club 




FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sam Bone, Mrs. Alice Gilreath, Mrs. Tom Harris, Miss Mecca Perry, Mrs. Karla Kirby, 
Mrs. Norris Johnson, Miss Caroline Perry, Mrs. Kenneth Hawkins. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Imogene Ahles, Mrs. 
May Barg, Mrs. Ralph Donnell, Mrs. Frank Bums, Mrs. Ernest Stockton, Mrs. Mary Templeton, Miss Guerry 
Matthews. 



Cumberland Choir 




FIRST ROW: i. Taylor, D. Cleaves, J. Oakes, M. Patton, B. Darnell, J. Arrington, M. Young, H. Berry. SECOND ROW:}. O'Connell, J. Cummings, L. Knight, 
E. Brown, N. Joyner, M. Kellar, R. Stone, R. Bond. 



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Pep Club 




FIRST ROW: B. Murray, D. Dunnebacke, D. Sherman. SECOND ROfV: R. Stone, L. Brown, F. Verble, P. May, P. May, D. Johnson, J. Taylor, D. Gleaves, 
S. Cook, D. Heer, R. Bond, F. England, B. Huggins. THIRD ROW: J. Hamilton, J. Anderson, M. McCrary, C. Bell, K, Aldridge, J. O'Connell, E. Griffith, 
J. Granstaff, T. Palisano, S. Taylor, S. Keys, B. White, B. Griffin, M. Wright. FOURTH ROW:¥. Ferrell, B. Jent, C. Whitehurst, K. Smith, R. Helms, S. Stringfield, 
C. Holmes, P. Nalley, F. Farrar, B. Walker, C. Yarbrough, P. Neill, J. King, J. Bluhm. 



President — Dave Sherman 
Vice-President — Diane Dunnebacke 
Secretary — Brenda Murray 



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Girls' 
Dorm 
Council 




Pete Bond, Donald Heer, Blackie Gambill, Mack Baker, Glenn Crownover 




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hit 'em in the head with love 



I know some people who ain't much 

for action 
they'd rather sit around and merely talk. 
But talk is cheap, 

the days are gettin' shorter 
so I'm buildin' my home upon a rock. 
And the next time somebody comes along 
and knocks me down 
I'm gonna get up 
and hit 'em in the head with love. 

— rod mc kuen 












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Dr. Ernest L. Stockton, President 
B.A. Cumberland University, M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers LL.D., Cumberland University, Additional Study, George Peabody College 
for Teachers. 



Board of Trustees 





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George Allen 

Walter J. Baird 

William D. Baird 



Jack Bixler 

James L. Bomar 

Dr. Robert C. Bone 



Winstead P. Bone, Jr. 

William M. Cotton 

Henry Counts 



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Roy O. Crips 

Amb. Guilford Dudley, Jr. 

Mrs. Howard Edgerton 

Cong. Joe L. Evins 



J. Bill Frame 
Eugene Hester 
John L. Hooker 
Erby L. Jenkins 



Hoyal Johnson 
James C. Lewis 
Charles D. Loyd 
John Murchison 







Dortch Oldham 

Vance Orr 

Edward Potter, Jr. 

Dr. Athens Clay Pullias 



Not Pictured: 

Robert Allen 

George Armstrong 

Dr. Paul Bagwell 

Sam S. Bone 
Clarence Beaman 
J. Loring Brooks 
Thomas J. Broyhill 
Bascom Cooksey, Jr. 
Morris Moughon 
William A. Smith 






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William M. Regen 

Kenneth L. Roberts 

Harry Vise 

David K. Wilson 




Thomas F. Harris 
Assistant to the President 
Enghsh, B.A., MA. Vanderbih. 



Darryl Robinson Merlin Sanders 

Dean of Students Director of Admissions 

Chemistry, B.A. Vanderbih, M.A. Middle B.A. Henderson State Teachers College, M.A. 
Tennessee State University Peabody. 



Jack Howard 
Academic Dean and Registrar 
Chemistry Lab, B.S. Maryville College, M.A. 
Peabody 



W. M. Regen 
Director of Development 



Kenneth Hawksins 
Business Manager 
Accounting, M.A. M.T.S.U. 




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Russ Day 
Athletic Director 

Physical Education, A.B. Morehead, M.A. 
Xavier, Doctoral University of Kentucky 



Tom Kirby 
Assistant Athletice Director 
Physical Education, B.S. Carson-Newman Col- 
lege, M.A. Tennessee Tech. 



Lucie Brown 
English and French, B.A. Randolph-Macon, 
M.A. Peabody. 



Bonnie DeHoff 
Assistant Director of Admissions. 



G. Frank Bums 
Public Relations 

English and Journalism B.A., Cumberland Uni- 
versity L.L.B., Cumberland University J.D., 
Samford University M.A., George Peabody 
College for Teachers, Additional Study, George 
Peabody College for Teachers, Vanderbilt 



J. Bill Frame 
Public Relations 




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James Dressier, whose picture is not availa- 
ble, teaches Sociology, Government, and 
Western Civilization. He received his B.S. 
degree from M.T.S.U. and his M.A.C.T. 
degree from the University of Tennessee. 




Rodney V. Ahles 
Business, B.A. University of Arizona, 
LL.B. Cumberland University. 



Thelma Berry 
History, A.B. Judson College, M.A. Au- 
burn. 



Harvey L. Brown 
Mathematics, B.S. United States 
Academy, M.A. Peabody. 



Wilma McDonald 
Military Business, B.A. Morehead, M.S. University of 
Tennessee. 



Johnnie Wade Bums 
English, Spanish, B.A. Texas Tech, M.A. 
Colorado State, Additional Study Texas Chris- 
tian University, Peabody 




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Caroline Perry 
Economics and Social Sciences, B.S. University 
of Tennessee, M.A. Peabody. 



Ralph Donnell 
A.B. Cumberland, M.A. Vanderbilt, Additional 
Study University of Tennessee, University of 
Michigan 



Dr. Clement Eyler 
Speech, English, and Theatre, B.S. University 
of Georgia, M.A. Columbia University, Ph.D. 
Peabody, Additional study. Harvard, Yale, and 
in England. 



Mary C. Eyler 
Health and Folk Games, B.S. Georgia State Thomas Hardaway Norris Johnson 

College, M.A. Columbia University, Graduate Biology, B.S.Austin Peay, M.S. University of Physics, Physical Science, and Math, B.S. Berry 

of the English Folk Dance Society, London. Tennessee. College, M.A. Vanderbilt. 



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Lunette Partlow Frances Sellars Homer Sparks 

Art, Theodore Kane School of Art, University Music, The Juilliard School of Music, Virginia Sociology and Religion, B.A. Davidson, MA. 
of Tennessee, University of Wisconsin. Intermont College Yale 



Ruby Thornton 
Psychology, B.S. Tennessee Tech, M.S., Uni- 
versity of Tennessee Additional Study, Univer- 
sity of Tennessee and George Peabody 



Rosalynd Fly 
Librarian 



Donna Phillips, whose picture is not availa- 
ble, teaches Art Appreciation. She received 
her B.A. degree from M.T.S.U. and has 
done graduate work at M.T.S.U. 




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Carol Bass 
Assistant Librarian 



Joy Burkart 
Librarian's Secretary 



Imogene Ahles 
President's Secretary 



Guerry Matthews 
Admissions Counselor 



Mary Templeton 
Business Manager's Secretary 



Ruby Vann 
Academic Dean's Secretary 




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Dorothy Lee 
Admissions Office Secretary 



May Barg 
Head Resident of Mary White Hall 



Carrie Stockard 
Book Store Manager 




Hank Gambrell 
Cafeteria Manager 



W. A. Watkins 
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 



Roye Poole 
Campus Security Officer 




ROY MOORE— Custodian 

ANNIE BURNS— Custodian 

W. A. WATKINS — Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 




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Cafeteria Staff: FRONT ROW-Yi\cK Neeley, Lee Morgan, Agnes Crawford, Cather- 
ine Yahola, Martina Morgan. BACK /?Off-Shirley Dunnaway, Charlie Steverson, 
Doris Rhodes, Ed Richardson. Not Pictured-Henry Cowan, Hazel Word, Estell 
Whitley. 



Robert Lee Robertson — Custodian 



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Edward Amdt 
Mt. Juliet 





Terry Jeanne Atkinson 
Milwaukee, Wise. 



Judy Arrington 
Lebanon 




Steve Bachuss 
Nashville 



Richard Bagley 
Nashville 



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Ernestine Bane 
Lebanon 



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Johnny Bames 
Lebanon 





Linda Brownlow 
Prospect 




Ricky Brown 
Gallatin 



Ricky Bryant 
Gallatin 



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Billy Bush 
Lebanon 




Ellen Jo ChafTin 
Celina 




Jacqueline Coggins 
Lebanon 




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Laura Cole 
Iowa City, Iowa 



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Donnie Cooper 
Knoxville 




Mike Copeland 
Livingston 



Mike Comwell 
Hartsville 



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Larry Crowell 
Lebanon 





Danny Davis 
Chattanooga 



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Julia Cummings 
Nashville 



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Thala Davis 
McMinnville 




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Betty Jo Dedman 
Lebanon 




Jimmy Dixon 

Mt. Juliet 




John Elliott 
Mt. Juliet 



Rusty Goad 

Gary, Indiana 



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Edward Green 
Lebanon 



Terry Griffin 
Gallatin 



Betty Griffin 
White Bluff" 




James Grisham 
Gordonsville 




Sandra Grisham 
Gordonsville 



George Grooms 

Watertown 



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Randy Hall 
Lebanon 





Diane Hanna 
Gallatin 



David Hamlett 
Gallatin 





Barbara Harris 
Lebanon 



Marty Haynes 
Nashville 



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Terry Hemdon 
Gallatin 





Carol Howell 
Carthage 




Donnie Hibdon 
Gallatin 



Libby Huffman 
Donelson 



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Bill Huggins 
Nashville 




Kathy Hunter 
Watertown 




Franklin Jennings 
Lebanon 



Brenda Jent 
Lafayette 




Diane Johnson 
Lebanon 



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Kathy Johnson 
Smithville 




Nicki Joyner 
Hendersonville 



William Joins 
Smithville 




Mary Kellar 
Donelson 




Larry Key 
Carthage 



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Danny Kitrell 
Pleasant Shade 





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Priscilla Knopf 
Medfield, Mass. 



Loleta Knight 
Carthage 




Linda Lee 

Madison 



Jackie Martin 
Carthage 



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Mike Martin 
Lebanon 



Pat May 
Hope, Indiana 



Pam May 
Hope, Indiana 




Ernest Morgan 
Lebanon 




Dennis Munier 
Madison, Indiana 



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Brenda Murray 
Shelbyville 




Lynda Myers 
Manchester 




Madelyn McCrary 
Woodbury 




Eddie Newport 
Caryville 



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Jo Ellen Oakes 
Gallatin 



Richard OfTicer 
Cookeville 




Arthur Primrose 
Nashville 



Marie Roberts 
Carthage 



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Bobbie Jean Speck 
Lebanon 



Reita Beth Stone 
Hartsville 



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Shirley Stringfield 
Livingston 




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Gerald Summare 

Mt. Juliet 




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Peggy Tarpey 
Nashville 



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Bill Taylor 
Fayetteville 





John Turner 
Lebanon 




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Frances Verble 
Covington 



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Betsy Walker 
Donelson 





Diane Whitman 
Ardmore 



Lonnie Warren 
Douglasville, Ga. 




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Tommy Williams 
Mt. Julier 




Cheryl Yarbrough 
Unionville 




Martha Young 
Lebanon 



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Kyle Aldridge 
Nashville 



Janet Anderson 
Gainesboro 



Jimmy Baker 
Lebanon 





Randy Baskin 
Lebanon 



Connie Bell 
Manchester 



Harriet Berry 
Lebanon 



Toni Bianca 
New Brunswick, N.J. 



Phyllis Black 
Gallatin 






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Jerry Bluhm 
Smithville 



Billie Ann Bryant 
Lebanon 



Gary Boles 
Donelson 





Lynn Buhler 
Lebanon 



Sam Burton 
Lebanon 



Debbie Carnahan 
Mt. Juliet 



Debbie Cartwright 
Nashville 



Ann Chaffin 
Gallatin 





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Howard Chambers 
Lebanon 



Rod Charlton 
Springboro, Ohio 



James demons 
Carthage 





Carl Cooper 
Gallatin 



Chris Cotter 
Nashville 



Michael Cornette 
Rock Island 



Terry Courtner 
Shelbyville 



Clifford Cozart 
Lebanon 






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David Crockett 
Mt. Juliet 



Jackie Crowell 
Lebanon 



James Cummings 
Lebanon 




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Robert Davenport 
Old Hickory 



Roger Duke 
Carthage 



Wynne Dunklin 
Lebanon 



Robert Dunlap 
McMinnville 



Diane Dunnebacke 
Nashivlle 






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Mike Easterly 
Lebanon 



Terry Edwards 
Lebanon 



Felice Ferrell 

Gallatin 





Mary Joe Fox 
Gallatin 



Susan Gatlin 
Mt. Juliet 



Debbie Gleaves 
Nashville 



Jo Anne GrandstafT 
Nashville 



Gary Gribble 
McMinnville 





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Earl Griffith 
Brownstown, Pa. 



Anne Grindstaff 
Gallatin 



Melinda Hagan 
Lebanon 





Marianne Hale 
Tompkinsville, Ky. 



John Hamilton 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Dalton Harris 
Lebanon 



Rosemary Helms 
Madison 



Donald Hester 
White House 






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Beth Hightower 
Lebanon 



Diane Hill 
Lebanon 



Richard Hill 
Lewisburg 





Brent HoUaday 
Mt. Juliet 



Cindy Holmes 
Chattanooga 



Bobby HufTines 
Carthage 



Donnie Jenkins 
Nashville 



Bruce Jewell 
Watertown 






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Kathy Johnson 
Lebanon 



Beverly Jones 
Springfield 



Perry Kermicle 
Oak Ridge 



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Sheila Keys 
Fairview 



Kathy Knowles 
Lebanon 



Jewell Langford 
Celina 



Terry Maddux 
Old Hickory 



Gary Maggart 
Lebanon 






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Cindy Manning 
Lebanon 



Becky Marler 
Watertown 



Johnny Martin 
Carthage 





Phil Marzick 
Akron, Ohio 



Billy Maynard 
Monroe 



Jamie McClanahan 
Carthage 



Linda Merryman 
Nashville 



Mike Millraney 
Nashville 





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Terry Mitchell 
Lebanon 



Bob Moore 
Lebanon 



John Moore 
Hendersonville 




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Terry Moore 
Old Hickory 



Jean Moss 
Hendersonville 



Pat Nalley 
Lainsville, Ky. 



Rick Ney 
New Lebanon, Ohio 



Doug Nimmo 
Oak Ridge 






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Norman NofTsinger 
Mt. Juliet 



John O'Connell 
Chicago. 111. 



Toni Palisano 
Plantation, Fla. 





Sandra Paris 
Monoville 



Chris Poindexter 

Nashville 



Wayne Price 
Lebanon 



Nancy Reed 
Lebanon 



Ken Roberts 
Kingsport 





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Alex Robison 
Nashville 



Mattie Sanders 
Lebanon 



Danny Sandlin 
Loretta 





Wayne Shearouse 
Lakeland, Fla. 



Brenda Smith 
Pleasant Shade 



Gould Smith 
Lebanon 



Karen Smith 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 



Kevin Smith 
Millersville 






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Jackie Stewart 
Galatin 



Lynn Strong 
Celina 



Garry Summers 
Lebanon 




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Brenda Tarkington 
Nashville 




Shirley Taylor 
Sewanee 



Theresa K. Thomas 
Lafayette 




Ricky Thome 
Lebanon 






Raymond Unland 
Mt. Juliet 





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Faye Vantrease 
Lebanon 



Brenda White 
Elmwood 



Connie Whitehurst 
Nashville 





Mike Wright 
Watertown 



James Yates 
Hartford City, Ind. 



Bill Zimmerman 
Hermitage 




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THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES 

I have had playmates, I have had companions, 
In my days of childhood, in my joyful school-days; 
All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. 

I have been laughing, I have been carousing. 
Drinking late, sitting late, with my bosom cronies; 
All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. 

I loved a Love once, fairest among women: 
Closed are her doors on me, I must not see her -- 
All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. 

I have a friend, a kinder friend has no man: 
Like an ingrate, I left my friend abruptly; 
Left him, to muse on the old familiar faces. 

Ghost-like I paced round the haunts of my childhood. 
Earth seem'd a desert I was bound to traverse, 
Seeking to find the old familiar faces. 

Friend of my bosom, thou more than a brother. 
Why wert not thou bom in my father's dwelling? 
So might we talk of the old familiar faces. 

How some they have died, and some they have left me, 
And some are taken from me; all are departed; 
All, all are gone, the old familiar faces 

"Charles Lamb 



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Compliments 
of 



WILSON COUNTY 




BOOSTERS 

FASHION CLEANERS 
MARKET STREET 



SIMMS' 
SOUTH COLLEGE 



RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOP 
EAST MAIN 



BARBARA'S 
PUBLIC SQUARE 



FRAZIER & BROWN INSURANCE 
NORTH CUMBERLAND 



SMILEY'S RESTAURANT 
HWY. 231 SOUTH 



HOLIDAY GULF 
HWY. 231 SOUTH 



BELLA R FURNITURE 
NORTH CUMBERLAND 



JOHNSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY 
EAST MAIN 



H. L. ESTES SHOE STORE 
EAST MAIN 



BOOSTERS 

J. R. HO BBS AND SONS' REALTY 
WEST MAIN 



LEA'S BUTANE GAS COMPANY 
1717 YORK STREET 



JONES' TIRE AND APPLIANCE 
209 EAST HIGH 



WHITE'S AUTO STORE 
NORTH CUMBERLAND 



MID-SOUTH MIRROR & GLASS COMPANY 

WEST MAIN 



KA YO SER VICE STA TION 
WEST MAIN 



POP'S BARBER SHOP 
WEST HILLS SHOPPING CENTER 



BROOK'S SHOES INCORPORATED 
WEST MAIN 



YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY 
SOUTH CUMBERLAND 



CHARLIE'S AUTO SUPPLY 
SOUTH MAPLE 



BOOSTERS 



FACTORY OUTLET 
NORTH COLLEGE STREET 



MID-WAY MARKET 
SOUTH CUMBERLAND STREET 



MILLER'S WEST END SHELL 
WEST MAIN STREET 



SOUTHSIDE RADIATOR SERVICE 
SOUTH COLLEGE STREET 



NEAL'S AMERICAN SERVICE STATION 
WEST MAIN STREET 



MAPLE HILL ANTIQUES & TRADING POST 
HIGHWAY 70 WEST 



DALLAS JONES ELECTRIC SERVICE 
211 SOUTH GREENWOOD 



WEST MAIN MOTOR COMPANY 
WEST MAIN STREET 



IM MANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
CASTLE HEIGHTS AVENUE 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
EAST MAIN STREET 



HIGHLAND HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 
505 NORTH CUMBERLAND 



COLLEGE STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SOUTH COLLEGE STREET 



ST. FRANCES CABRINI CATHOLIC CHURCH 
300 SOUTH TARVER STREET 



CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
CASTLE HEIGHTS AVE. 



WESTLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
DAWSON LANE 



FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
415 WEST MAIN 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
900 NORTH CUMBERLAND 



EPIPHANY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
108 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 




ORRPEReURRWIN 



STORES 



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McADOO'S 



DRAPER & DARWIN 



DRAPER & DARWIN 



'Outfitters For The Entire Family' 



D& D 



MACK & JIM'S 



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Compliments 
of 

R. E. HUNT 
CONSTRUCTION INC. 


LEBANON LOCKER 
COMPANY 

HANKINS & PERKINS COUNTRY HAM ! 
JOHNSONS CAKE 

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CHAFFIN RADIO & 
TV. SERVICE 

Motorola — "Quasar" — Admiral 
444-3100 502 West Main 


JENNING'S SPUR 

AND 

RO BO- WASH 

South Cumberland Street 444-8422 

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WILSON COUNTY 

ROOFING 

& 

SHEET METAL 

444-8445 Lebanon. Tenn. 


TEAS LEY 

OIL COMPANY 

AND 

YOUR GOOD 

GULF DEALERS 

444-2360 Knoxville Ave. 


GENE CARMAN 

OUR SERVICE DOESN'T COST, IT PAYS 

REAL ESTATE and AUCTIONS 

137 EAST EASTLAND STREET 
GALLATIN, TENN, 

Licensed & Phone 452-5341 
Bonded Nights 374-2566 
Tenn. and Ky. 


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Johnson's TV Service 

211 E. Market 

or 

336 S. Cumberland 

444-9335 444-9336 



SOUTHLAND RESTAURANT 



Sfi/jaray 



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Brads haw Drug Co. 



(Public Square 



444-2180 



Brads haw Hospital Pharmacy 



East Spring St. 



444-5991 



Two Locations To Serve You 
Drug— Cosmetic— Sundries 



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Jimmy Nokes 
Tire and Sporting Goods 



1028 West Main St. 

444-5491 
Lebanon. Tennessee 



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ALL ROADS /^// LEAD TO RON E 



DIAMONDS LONGINES WATCHES 



Atchley's 



WEST 



HILLS 



CENTER 



ROBINSON 
REFRIGERA TION SER VICE 

Heating and Air Conditioning 
Phone 444-7621 
317 N. College Let 



Owner 
Martha Jean Atchley 

Specializing in Teen-age and College Clothes 



ED'S FAMIEY SHOES 





Miss Wonderful 
Shoes for Ladies 


Rand Shoes 
for 
Men 


Red Goose 
Shoes for 
Children 


1, Tenn. 




CEDARS OF LEBANON 
SHOPPING CENTER 

444-3443 




COMPLII 


VIENTS OF 







MIDWESCO-ENTERPRISE. INC. 




LEBANON 

WOOLEN 

MILLS 



Quality Blankets 



Lebanon — New York 







Village Drugs 


Compliments of 


"For Your Health's Sake" 


FLOWERS by LYNN 


Gifts — Cosmetics — Drugs 
Finest Service Available ■ 


444-4633 


Free Delivery ! 
Complete Home Comfort Aids 




Lebanon 444-2999 Tenn. 


McCLAIN & SMITH 


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SEARS 


Varsity Town Suits Arrow Shirts 




Florsheim & Jarman Shoes 


112 South College Street 


Lebanon, Tennessee 




COX'S 
THE GIFT STORE 


i 

FIFE REALTY 




Dewey J. Fite Bob Donnell 1 


105 Public Square 




Lebanon, Tennessee 


444-0723 i 



Compliments of 



Cedar City Machine Shop 

Mechanical and Electrical Contractors 
Since 1907 



Hartmann Drive 
John Martin Paul J. Martin 




ON THE SQUARE 
LEBANON, TENNESSEE 



KENNETH O. LESTER CO. 



Wholesale Food Distributors 

Fresh — Frozen — Canned 

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLIES 

Lebanon, Tennessee 
444-2963 



NAVE 
FUNERAL HOME 

"East Side Chapel" 

Lebanon — Tenn. — Waterlown 

Phone 444-3253 Phone 237-318 



A. C. HILL & SON 

FARM AND GARDEN SUPPLY 
THE CHECKERBOARD STORE 

CORNER MAPLE & GAY 



DIXIE TILE 

& 

FLOOR COVERING 

WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS 
DUTCH BOY PAINTS 
West End Shopping Center 



444-2205 



M. AND M. 
WINDING CO., INC. 



Lebanon, Tennessee 



WELTV'S 
BEN FRANKLIN STORES 

CEDARS SHOPPING CENTER 

VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 

Public Square 
Lebanon, Tennessee 



AXELSON FLORIST 



Flowers by Wire 

444-3512 

438 Park Ave. 

Lebanon, Tennessee 




FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF LEBANON 




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MEMBER 

FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INS. CORP. 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 



Savings Accounts 



Home Loans 



214 North Cumberland 
Lebanon 






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LUX TIME 
DIVISION 



Robertshaw Controls 



LEBANON, TENNESSEE 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Big Orange Country 



LEBANON ALUMINUM 
PRODUCTS 

STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS 

412 Hartmann Drive 
444-3812 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



SEA rs STUDIO 

"Photographs That Please" 

Hallmark Greeting Cards 

Photo-Finishing 
Cameras 

On the Square 



WILSON COUNTY 
FLOWER SHOP 



Dance Bouquets 
Party Arrangements 

444-0514 

243 West Main 
Lebanon, Tennessee 



Compliments 



of 



C LOWER'S DRESS SHOP 



On the Square 
444-6661 



WINKLER'S DRUG STORE 

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 

Complete Fountain Service 



Cedars of Lebanon 
Shopping Center 

444-5593 




KLEEN-WAY 
CLEANERS 



Cleaning and laundry of all 

sorts in only 

I -day 

"We sincerely appreciate the 

business of the 

Cumberland College Students" 



McGEE & JENNINGS 
JEWELERS 




PUBLIC SQUARE 
LEBANON, TENNESSEE 



Industrial and Insiilutionat Sanitary Products 



Liquid Chemicals 

Cleaners 
Soaps- Waxes 
Dtsinrcctanls 

Dcodoranis 
ScaK& rinishcs 
Swimming Pool 

Chemicals 



LLBA.\0.\ 
CHEMICALS 

101 E. Market St 

Lebanon, Tcn^cs^cc 
37087 

WHOLESALE 

FACTORY DISTRIBLTORS 

Phone 444-1787 



Vyccums 

lloor Machines 

Mopping Equipment 

Mops Brushes 

Matting 

Receptacles 

Paper Products 



CHARLES HASKINS 
Home 444-25 1 5 



444-1787 
LEBANON 



BILL ROSE A UTO 
PERFORMANCE SHOP 



Tunc-Up 

Air-Condition 

Shocks 

East Main Street 



Front End Alignment 

Brakes 

Mufflers 




M. T. MELVIN 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 



5 1 5 West Thompson Lane 

Nashville, Tennessee 3721 1 

Phone 832-0200 



BURCHETT FORD. INC. 

"Home of Volume Sales & Quality Service" 
Telephone 444-822 1 Nashville 254-0042 



FORD 



1302 West Main Street 
Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 



Mustang* Falcon*Fairlane*Ford*Thunderbird* Maverick 



Glenn B. Burchett 
Owner 



SNOW WHITE 
DRIVE-IN 

"Finest Food — Fastest Service" 

Highway 70 North 
444-9877 




LEBANON SOUTHERN BLOCK AND 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Concrete Block and All Building Materials 

One Mile West on Highway 70 
Phone 444-2504 




MARY LEES STYLE SHOPPE 



-^ .Phone 444-3983 



Lebanon, Tennessee 




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COMMERCE UNION BANK 



MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT 

INSURANCE CORPORATION AND 
FEDERAL RESERVE DEPOSIT SYSTEM 



LEBANON 



TENNESSEE 



It's the real thing. Coke. 

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Also Bottler's of Sprite, Tab, Fresca and Delish Flavors 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

Lebanon, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

DONNELL-REGEN- 
BRADFORD 



209 North Cumberland 

444-2150 

Lebanon Tennessee 



Bus. 449-0620 Res. 444-6563 

LEBANON II Y/ll CARPETS 


JOHN HATCHER'S 

"MEN'S WEAR" 
444-2810 


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1017 West Main 
TOMMY GIBBONS Lebanon Tenn. 3708 


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107 South Cumberland 
Jim Babb 



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DONNELL-REGENw' BRADFORD 






THE PEOPLE'S BANK 



LEBANON-NORENE 



OLD IN TRADITION— YOUNG IN IDEAS 




Compliments of 



BIG K DEPT. STORE 



One Stop Shopping 
West Main Lebanon 



All Bank Credit 
Cards Honored 

Our Motto 
is Integrity 

Open Nights for 
Your Shopping Convenience 



Acres of Free Parking 



DRINK PURITY MILK 



JOHNSON'S DAIRY 



111 North Cumberland 

For Home Delivery 
Call 444-3064 



MOSER'S SUPERMARKETS 




A. A. ADAMS INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Fire — Casualty — Auto 

133 1/2 Public Square 

Lebanon, Tennessee 444-1980 



DODSON-DA VIS 
McCLINTOCK CO. 



INSURANCE 

BONDS 
REAL ESTATE 




444-0372 
LEBANON TENNESSEE 



TROUSDALE 
MFG. CO. 



Hartsville 



Tennessee 



FA KES A ND HOOKER 
LUMBER AND COAL 



LEBANON, TENNESSEE 




NORTH CUMBERLAND ST. 



TELEPHONE 444-2864 



LEBANON TENNCSSEF 



LEBANON 
FOOD CENTER 



Your Family Food 
Shopping Center 

Grade "A" Meals 
Fresh Vegetables 

420 East Main 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



LEBANON 
DECORATING CENTER 





1005 West Main Street 
444-2172 

Better Wallpaper 
for Less" 

Wall Covering & 
Floor Covering 



Skeen Insurance, Inc. 



General Insurance 



Nokes Shopping Colony 
Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 

444-7777 



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MODERN 


IVriiihi 




MEN'S SHOP 


Priming Coiupaiiy 




Cedars oT Lebanon Shopping Center 


Hartmann Drive 

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Blestem 






Quick Stop Superette 

Open 7 Days a Week 
7 A.M. 10 II P.M. 




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WESTERN AUTO 








Home Owned and Operated 
HUBERT CLEMMONS JR. 


Fast Service lor ALL 
Your Food Needs 




444-3936 
West Hills Shopping Center 


ICE-FOOD-SOFT DRINKS 




Davis Tires — Wizard Batteries 
Wizard Power Mowers 










Western Fly Bicycles 




LOH'S TOOL 



Industrial Subdivision 



LIGON-BOBO 

FUNERAL 

HOME 

24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE 
LEBANON, TENNESSEE 




SHER WIN- WILLI A MS 
COMPANY 



212 North Cumberland 
444-3708 

Art Supplies Kemglo 

Super Kemtone 

Carpets 



MARTIN THEATERS 

CAPITOL 

THE A TER 

and 

CEDAR DRIVE-IN 



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Your Friendly 
Neighborhood Variety Store 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



Dick's Food 



West End Shopping Center 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



DUNKLIN DRUG 
COMPANY 

"Complete Fountain Service" 

West Hills Shopping Center 
444-7180 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 




Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk 

For Home Delivery . . . 
Phone 444-1393 

Lebanon, Tennessee 
615—444-1393 



PERFECTION DAIRIES COMPANY 



WCOR AM 

900 KC 

WITH THE NOW 

SOUND DAILY 



WCOR FM 

107-3MC 

ROCK AND SOUL 

AFTER 8:00 NIGHTLY 




WCOR ON-TARGET 
RADIO 



Red Coachman 




1019 West Main Street 
Lebanon, Tennessee 
Telephone 444-8995 



AFL 




CIO 



INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

MACHINISTS and 
AEROSPACE WORKERS 



Justice 


Security 


Service to 


on the 


for the 


the 


Job 


family 


Community 



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LEBANON BANK 



THREE BRANCHES TO SERVE YOU 



LEBANON WATERTOWN 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT 
INSURANCE CORPORATION 



COSMOPOLITAN 
HEALTH SPA 

formerly Plaza Health Studio 
For Men and Women 



MASSAGE 
STEAM ROOM 
SUN LAMPS 

Plaza Center 



POOL AND TRACK 

SAUNA 

WHIRLPOOL 

444-7364 



WILSON COUNTY ROCK 
PRODUCTS, INC. 

3 plants to serve you 

HIGHWAY 231-444-1540 

NASHVILLE PIKE— 444-1943 

211 E. MAIN— 444-1944 



McDowell 

MOTOR 

company ^s«o> 




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OLDSMOBILE 



West Main 



"OPEN EVENINGS TIL 8" 



Lebanon, Tennessee 



444-2631 



Telephone 444-3943 

LEBANON DRUG CO. 



Prescriptions by Experts 
Sick Room Supplies 

IF YOU DONT KNOW DRUGS. 

KNOW YOUR DRUGGIST 

104 N. COLLEGE MASONIC BLDG. 

Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 



Serving the industry 
Since 1906 with easy. 
Safe, economical steering . 




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INC. 




PRECISION 
R UBBER 



Roberts Builders 
Supply 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



LEBANON 
SUNSHINE CENTER 



COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY 

AND 

DRY CLEANING 

506 WEST MAIN ST. 



S. N. COOK 
HARDWARE 

Everything in Hardware 

1 12 Public Square 

& 

101 West Main 



Lebanon 



Tennessee 



THE SUNSET 
RESTAURANT 



Located 
231 South 

"Finest of Food" 
"Private Banquet Room" 

Owned & Operated by 
William & Robert Hodge 



HARGROVE 
OFFICE SUPPLY 



UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS 

OLIVETTI-UNDERWOOD ADDING MACHINES 

& CALCULATORS 

ELECTROSTATIC COPYING MACHINES 

SALES AND SERVICE 



BLAND 



DOLLAR 
GENERAL STORE 

109 S.Cumberland 

"Where every day is 
DOLLAR DAY" 



KING OIL COMPANY 



HHE 




MOTORS 



South College St.-Phonc 444-3582 



444-0692 



Lebanon, Tennessee 



NORTH-SOUTH 
AMOCO SERVICE 



Gordon Bates 

Gas — Oil — Lubrication 
Tires & Tubes 



444-9934 



402 South Cumberland 



Accessories 
Lebanon 



BLAND CASKET CO. 



LEBANON TENNESSEE NASHVILLE 

MANUFACTURERS & DISTRIBUTORS OF 

EVERYTHING IN FUNERAL SUPPLIES 

FOR THOSE WHO CARE 



YOUNG'S 

MACHINE AND 

WELDING CO. 

555 Park Avenue 



VILLA GE 
TASTEE-FREEZ 



329 NORTH CUMBERLAND 



444-1734 



June & Perry Belcher 
Owners 




EVERYTHING FOR 
KNITTING & NEEDLEWORK 

THE CHELSA KNIT SHOP 



103 HARTMAN DRIVE 



LEBANON 



SHANNON DRUG 
COMPANY 

ON THE SQUARE 
HARDIE SORRELS— OWNER 



Terri Lee Shop 

and 

Cowan's Department Store 



John D. Greer 



Auto — Life — Homeowners 

444-5266 
West Hills Shopping Center 




THE CHALET 



1110 WEST MAIN 
Phone 444-4846 

STEAKS— SEAFOOD 
TENNESSEE COUNTRY HAM 

ALL BY CANDLELIGHT 



CURB SERVICE IN THE REAR 




CITY OF LEBANON 



W. H. MADDOX 
(MAYOR) 



Stone — 1st Alderman 
Branham — 2nd Alderman 



Beesley — 3rd Alderman 
Lester — 4th Alderman 



Keaton — Commissioner of Finance and Revenue 
Coe — Commissioner of Public Works 



Compliments of Electric Department 




WILSON COUNTY 
MOTOR COMPANY 



CHEVROLET 



BUICK 




COSMOS 



Records 
Posters 
Threads 
Leather 
Jewelry 



444-0241 



104 S. College St. 




THE 

LEBANON 

DEMOCRAT 



Lebanon and 

Wilson County's 

Own daily 

newspaper 

Serving one of the 

largest growing 

areas in the 

State of 
Tennessee 

Phone 444-3952 



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SCOOTER FOOD STORE 



OPEN 6 TIL 12 



DELICATESSEN 



MAGAZINES 



HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS 



STUDENTS CHECKS CASHED 



CORNER OF SPRING AND MAPLE 



Morrison's Serves Cumberland College 
. . . and over 150 other fine institutions 



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You Just Can't Beat the Professional hod People 

at 

MORRISON FOOD SERVICES 



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Morrison's is proud to provide the food service at this outstanding 
institution. 

Now serving more than 150 facilities throughout the Southeast, 
Morrison Food Services is the institutional division of the Morrison 
Cafeteria Company. Founded in 1920, Morrison's is the oldest such 
company in the nation operating continuously under the same man- 
agement. 

A special division of Morrison Food Services is devoted exclusively 
to serving schools, colleges and universities. Because of its reputation 
for GOOD FOOD, ECONOMICALLY SERVED, Morrison Food 
Services has become a leader in this field. 



No wonder so many 
colleges and universities 

depend on 
Morrison Food Services 



MORRISON FOOD 
SERVICES, INC. 

a division of the 

Morrison Cafeteria Company 

Mobile, Alabama 



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Public Square 







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TOWNE & COUNTRY 
HOME FURNISHINGS 




Compliments of 


Corner of West Main 
and Hartman Drive 




Lebanon Auto Parts 
Company, Inc. 


Lebanon, Tenn. 






Bob Evans Manager 




Paul Carter Hinton Crockett 



The annual staff wishes to take this space to 
thank each patron for his support which helped to make 



the 1970-71 Phoenix possible. 



to make 

always 

the right move 

at the right time 

Your freedom 

like mine 
will always 

have to be 
a personal one 

of ourselves 

and not 

of our people 
but 

of the freedom 
we give 

each other 
as we face 
I each other 

man to man 
not 

race to race 
There are some 

of my people 
you 

will never^cept 
and 

neither will I 
same is true 

of yours 
no one 

can represent my heart 

except me 



as you fight 
to gain your freedom 
and 



as I fight 
not to lose 

anymore 
of mine 
we must try 

not to hurt 

the innocent 
or 

mislead 

the young 

And when those 

who love excitement 

and violence 
join us both 
we must weigh 

our thoughts 
about 

our people 
and 

our country 
who will gain 

if we both lose 
we must 

seek these out 

destroy them 

quietly 
and 

when this is done 
we may have 

our freedom 
if not 
when we meet 

face to face 
I will respect you 

as a man. 
— -Jimmy Moore 



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WHAT, THEN? 



You say 

there's nothing after this, 

that love 

is only empty desire, 

that beauty 

is only in the new 

and fades fast away, 

that soul 

is just something 

to sing about, 

that the meaning for life 

is as empty 

as heaven. 

You say 

conscience 

doesn't exist — 

it's only a false dream 

to entertain 

empty people. 

I don't mind talking to you, 
but I just noticed — 
you have no shadow. 



— Jimmy Moore 



In this year's Phoenix we have tried to present at least a shadow of what Hfe 
at Cumberland is really like — to mirror a full reflection would not only be 
impossible, but unwise. ° 

The goal of the 1971 Phoenix Staff was to produce a different book. This was 
achieved at least in one way — an exclusive cover! We have also attempted to look 
for a moment into the life of the individual — to put into print the feelings of many 
students, hopefully expressed in the poems we have chosen. 

Regardless of whether we have succeeeded or failed with this year's Phoenix, 
I would like to thank several people who lended themselves to the seriousness and 
fun of college life. 

Along with Martha Young — No. 1 Consultant and Assistant-Editor, we 
worked together to plan lay-outs, make assignments, select and organize pictures, 
and check numerous little details. Thanks to Judy Arrington, out Business 
Manager, who financed a great deal of the book through the sale of advertise- 
ments, and also to Harriet Berry who took care of the remaining ads for us at 
a time when the rest of us were busy trying to get organization under way. If there 
is any misidentification in the class sections, you can blame Ellen Jo Chaffm, who 
we hope worked with accuracy on a tough section. Thanks also to Gary Cross 
and Bill Joins for drawing lay-outs, and Kyle Aldridge and Chris Poindexter for 
their art work. To Terry Jeanne Atkinson and Libby Huffman— our typists— I 
thank for making legible our copy. And Ford Farrar— thanks for coming to every 
meeting and for doing everything no one else would do! 

Our photography depicts a conglomeration of talents. Students Dick Officer, 
': Frank England, Arthur Primrose and Pepper Bruce contributed several candid 
shots. We are also appreciative to Mr. Irving Lloyd and Mr. Lillard Barrett, 
whose professional skills provided us with some unique and excellent photogra- 
phy. A special thanks to Mr. S. A. Tarkington, who donated many of the action 
shots in our basketball section. 

To Harold McGee, our American Yearbook representative, I thank for provid- 
ing us with his much needed assistance and for always being here when we were 
in dire need of materials or advice. And last, a very warm thanks to Mrs. 
McDonald who was always behind the scene, providing the benefit of her experi- 
ence, yet allowing us to deviate from the traditional style. 

Finally, I'd like to thank everyone who has in any way contributed to the 1971 
Phoenix— for putting up with a very distraught Editor! 

— bianne Hawks