Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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" Cherished visions of the Southland... " The 1948 RHODODEnOROn Fditcd hy Margaret Lantz Mumi ' j ccl ' I Imogens Moses 263420 s IS ••■ . ' Appalachian StatW " eachers College I 4 t - ■ ! ' ' , . :i? Vv FORELUORD How well we remember . . . Registration lines ... 8:20 classes . . . chapel cuts . . . bookstore stampedes . . . lectures and pop quizzes . . . Homecoming football . . . Howard ' s Knob and Winkler ' s Creek ... 8:00 curfews . . . Autumn leaves . . . library books overdue . . . 12:30 chow rushes . . . Christmas }f snows and Winter winds . . . Vet ' s checks friendships . . . " Praise the A Club " . . . final exams . . . Spring rains . . . Maytime . . . dances and dates . . . caps and gowns . . . and that won- derful campus " Howdy. " M rjT ' ' S I. 1 P r . • - ;% T - Contents . . . Book 1 Classes . . . Book 2 Athletics . . . Book 3 Activities . . . Book 4 Features . . . UUe Dedicate For her years of relentless service to Appalachian, through expressive iiuisic and sincere friendship, ive hitinhly dedicate the 1948 Rhododendron to a nohle and graciowi lady, Miss Virginia Wary. Pfloe Seicii Rdministration I!. I!. DOLIC.III-IVIT B.S., Phi;., D.Litt., D.IaI. I ' lcsidful 1) Kankin, A.B.. A.M., ST I). Deiin, llnfilish CIhapfell Wilson, A.B., M.A. Director Demonstration School HKi.tN lUiHcii, A.B.. M.A Demi of W ' liiiieii. I:duviiti(iii IIj iiMAN l . Kgchus, A.n.. . 1.A. Heviilrur, Hihiciilioii lilNJAMIN IkANKLIN SiMPSON, H.S. Principal Jig i School liAHNAiii) D()ipc;iii:i i Y, li.S. Ihisiiicss Mdiuiilcr JOHN I . Iloui M , U.S.. M.A.. M.lxl principal Itciiiciildrr Sellout Page Eight FACULTY ART Catherine J. Smith B.S., M.A.Ed. BUSINESS EDUCATION Ella Mae Fogg B.S., M.A. Iean Bell Hill A.B. Rena Hoover A.B. Elizabeth Routt A.B., M.A. I lOME ECONOMICS Lucy Brock A.B., M.S. Pollyanna Gordon B.S. Madge Rhyne B.S., M.S. Betty Sue Stone B.S., M.S. Vivian Wood B.S. JBRARY SCIENCE Louise Moore B.S., B.S. in L.S. Margaret McIntyre B.S. FRCULTY Eunice Query A.B., A.B. in L.S. MUSIC I Ielen Foster B.A. Virginia Wary B.M., MM. John W. Hanson B.M. Margaret Manning B.S. CIoRDON Nash B.A. BIOLOGY Ida Belle Ledbetter A.B., A.M. F. Ray Derrick B.S., M.S. Paul W. Graff B.S., A.M.. Ph.D. CHEMISTRY A. R. Smith A.B., A.M. EDUCATION John G. Barden B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Lee J. Reynolds B.S., M.A., Ed.D. FRCULTY Myrtle Brandon Wilson B.S., M.A. HEALTH AND PI lYSICAL EDUCATION Cleon Hodges A.B., M.S. R. W. W ATKINS B.A., M.A. R. W. Broome B.S. Gail Clay B.S. Francis L. Hoover B.S. G. Frederick Kirchner B.S., M.S. Mrs. Joy Miller Kirchner B.S. Madeleine McCain B.S., M.PH. LANGUAGES Graydon p. Eggers A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Elizabeth Craddock Casale B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Renato Casale M.A., B.D. FnCULTY Cakuii ' Lee I-aiitiiinc; B.S. David R. H()Ih;in A.B.. A.M. William H. M )i c;an B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Louis Shipman A.B., B.S., M.A. loUN J VAN NoPPEN A.B., M.A.. Ed.D. Cratis D. Williams B.A., M.A. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS ]. T. C. Wric:ht A.B.. A.NL, Ph.D. Waiieu C;. IIawkinsdn B.S. Allen G. Montgomehy I!. A., B.S., LL.B., NLA., i LS. Starr N. Stacy B.S., M.A. PSYCI lOLOC.Y Wiley F. Smith A.B., ALA., Ph.D. SOCIAL SLLIDILS D. J. Whitener A.B.. LA., Ph.D. FACULTY E. C. DuGGINS B.A., M.A. Vance C. Howell A.B., A.M. John Justice A.B.. A.M. Leo K. Pritchett A.B., M.Ed. Geobge L. Sawyer A.M., M.A. Ina W. van Noppen B.S., M.A., Ed.D. John H. Workman A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Julian C. Yoder B.S., M.A. MATRONS Left to Rig if Mrs. Lillie Belle Hardin Dcmphin-BJanford Hall Mrs. J. W. Massey White Hall Mrs. Jethro Barnes Majette Lovill Hall LIBRARY STAFF Left to Hiaht Mrs. Emma H. Moore Librarian W. L. EURY A.B.; B.S. in L.S. Librarian Mrs. Allie A. Hodgin B.S.. B.S. in L.S. Reference Librarian AL RY A. Huff A.B., B.S. in L.S. Catalooner Mrs. Vera Tunnell Periodicals Librarian Mrs. Nina Garvey B.S. Periodicals Librarian " Thou dost point our minds to wisdom, Till the truth our spirit thrills . . . " Book 1 Classes Page Sixteen SEniOR CLRSS OFFICERS Earley Tilley President Gene Reese Vice-President Marilyn Welch Secretary Carl Fidler Treasurer Pa e Seventeen MINNIE LOU ALLEN POLKTON, N. C. Home Ecotiomics and Science Y. VV. C. A. I, 2. 3, 4; Home Econcimics Club 1. 2, 3. •»; B. S. U. 1. 2; Y. VV. A. 1, 2; Lovill Club I, 2, 3; L. S. A. 3, 4. YOUNG H. ALLEN, ]R. Peaciiland, N. C. History and Physical Education Pfciffcr Junior College 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4; Velcrans ' Club 3; Intramural Sports 3, 4. BETTY ALLISON Black Mountain, N. C. Home Economics and Science Mars Hill College I. 2; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. i, 4. GOZELLE ANDREWS Boomer, N. C. Library Science and Grammar Grade Education Library Science Club 2, 3: Y. V. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Lovill Club 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 4. SYBIL MELTON AYERS Caroleen, N. C. Physical Education and History Mars UiU College 1, 2. MARY GAGE BARBER WlLKESBORO. N. C. Library Science iind History W. C. U. N. C. 1; New Dormitory Council, President 1: Canterbury Club 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4; White Hall Club 2. MARGARET VVINECOFF BARNES Boone, N. C. Physical Education and Matliciiuitics L. S. A. I, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. I, 2. 3. 4; V. W. C. A. 3; Mathematics Club 3; White Hall Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ANNE BARRETT Burlington, N. C. Physical Education and History W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2. FAYE BARRIER loNAs Ridge, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Meihmlist Youth Fellowship I, 3; Y. W. C. A. 4; Lovill Club 2, 3. lOM BEACH Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education " A " Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1. LOU RHYNE beal LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Primary Education President Student Body 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Wtio ' s Who Anwti Stttdcitts in American Universities and Cnllenes 3, 4; Mav Court 2: Junior Marshal 3; Appalachian Staff 2, Associate Business Manager 3; Class Officer 2, 3; Band Majorette 3, 4. Chief 3; Future Teachers of America 3! I. R. C. 2, 3; Forum Club 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member 2, 3, 4. DOKOrUY GOODE BINGHAM Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Bre ard College 1, 2; Methodist Youth Fellowship 3, 4. LENA STRICKLAND BINGHAM ASHEBORO, N. C. Home Economics and Science Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; White Hall Club 2; Vemician Literary Society I, 2; Baton Club 2, 3. VIOLA BINGHAM Boone, N. C. Mdlhciiiatics iiiul Hi ' .to ry GERTRUDE M. BINKLEY Harmony, N. C. English and History Mars Hill College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Vemician Literary Society 3, 4. MARGARET G. BISHOP AVONDALE, N. C. English and History ;uilford College 2; Lander College 3; Fellowship; Fditor C j(i cHge; Chorus 4. Methodist Youth NANCY R. BLACK Matthews. N. C. History and French Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3; French Club 3, 4; History Club 3; Methodist Youth Fellowship 3, 4. . REBEKAH BOONE BoONE, N. C. English and Business Education Future Teachers of America 3, 4, President 4; U7io ' s- Wtin Amowg Stttcietits in American t Inivcrsitics tind CnlteQes 4; Forum Club 3. 4, Officer 3; I. R. C. 4: Appalachian Staff 2; Spanish C lub 2; Wesley Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4. ALENE G. BOWEN Germanton, N. C. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club I, 2, 3. 4; V. W. C. . 1, 2, , 4; Methodist Youth Fellowship 3, 4: Lovill Cluli I, 2, 3. r.LllSY BOWEN King, N. C. Ph cat Education and Mathematics Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2. 3; Metho- dist Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Lovill Club 1, 2, 3. M. Allen Barber Deal Bishop Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t Y. Allen Allison Andrews Ayers Barnes Barrett Barrier Beach D. Bingham L. Bingham V. Bingham Binkley Black Boone A. Bowen R. Bowen lAMES D. BRADFORD iMoORESVILLE. N. C. Mathematics and History Y. r. C " . A. 1, 2, i. 4; .Mathematics Club • ■ : Mix.J Chorus .?; History Club . , 4: Veterans ' Club 2. ; Inter national Relations Club 4. FULLER HAMILTON BROOKS Columbus, Georgia Physical Education and History " A " Club 3, 4; Basketball 3. 4; Todtball 3, 4; Forum Club 3, 4; Senior Superlative. OLIVE ALE.XANDRA BROOKS Midland, N C Home Economics and Science in ;ate Colleye I. 1: I Itune tconomics Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH BROWN Leicester, N. C. Home Economics and Science Bre -ard Junior C()lleae 2; Home KLonomic;. C ' hili , 4. Otftcer 4. LEWIS HERMAN BURCHAM Elkin, N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Mathematics Cliiii 4. RUBY .MARV BURLESON Valle Crucis, N. C. Primary Ediiciilinn Y. VV. C. . . 4; A. C. ti. 4; White I I. ill C liib I. 2. V GLENN lAiMES BURNETTE English, N. C. GrnmiiKir Grade Education .Mars Hill Collece 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. 3. 4; Wliraiis ' Club 3. ELIZABETH ANN BUSBY Hickory, N. C. Home Economics and Science Plavcrafters 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baton Club 1. 2; White Mall Club 1. FRANCES ELIZABETH CALLOWAY Southern Pines, N. C. English and Library Science Lees McRae Colleye 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. Officer 4; I.o ill I)ormitor ' CViuncil 4. LOIS CHARLINE CAMPBELL Taylorsville, N. C. A fl((ie»ia(ics and Science Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4; Forum Club 2. 3, 4, Officer 4; I. R. C. 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; Mathematics Club 1. 3, 4, President 4. BETTY ANN CANTRELL Spartanburg, S. C. Home Economics and Science RUllI C;WYN CARIMR Mocksville, N. C. Business Education and Hislary FfeiJler Junior C ' olleije I, 2. DORIS BEATRICE CLINE Kernersville, N. C. English and Spanish Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet .Member 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 4; itirum Club 3, 4; Student Council 3, Officer 3; ApjutUictiian Staff 3. 4; Ma Court .Attendant 3. Maid-ofl loner 4; HaplisI Student Union I, 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 4. lOB CARROLL COOK Boone, N. C. Pliysical Education and Mtilliciiiiilics Wild ' s ' lt() Amtj}! Stuiltnits in Amcricitti lluix ' crsitics tiiul CnlleHfs 4; Mathematics Club 3, 4. Officer 4; I. R. C 4. Officer 4; Future Teachers of .America 3, 4; Senior Supcrlati ■e. FAYE COUNfS Honaker, Va. Home Economics and Science Berea College 1; Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4, Officer 2, 3; I. R. C. 3, 4; Girls ' Chorus 2; I.i ill Club 2. TOM.MY MILLER CRAIG Cramehton, N. C. Erench and Music Freshman CJlee Club 1; Male Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2; Dance Orchestra 3, 4; I. R. C. 4; French Club 3. 4. President 4. RONALD ARIHUI? C;RAVEN, JR. High Point, N. C. Physical Education and History " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Male Quartet 3, 4; Bascb.ill I, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH I Ul) CRAYTON Oakbouo, N. C. Home Economics and Science Pfeiifer Junior College 1, 2; Home Fctmomics Club 3, 4. CAL IN L. CUINLR Galax, Va. History atid Physical hducatir}n ROBERTA BLACKBURN CRITCHER Boone. N. C. Library Science and Bttsiness Education Appalachian Staff 1, 2, 3, 4. rs Bradford Burleson Cantrell Craig Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c F. Brooks O. Brooks Brown BURCHAM BURNETTE Busby Calloway Campbell Gartner Cline Cook Counts Craven Crayton Criner Chitcher LOVTELY MILLER DANNER Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education HELEN ELEANOR DELLINGER Altamount, N. C. Business Education and Eng}ish Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Y. V. C. A. 4; Methodist Y..ulli Fellowship 3; Lovill Club 3. ILINE DOROTHY DINKINS Yadkinville, N. C. Physical Education and History Y. V. C. A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Histon- Club 2, 3, 4; V. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; " A " Club 3. 4. Officer 4; Basket ball 1. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Yarstjuvianna Club 4; Senior Superlative. ZOLA GREY DLXON Yadkin ' V ' ille, N. C. Pn ' tiinry Edtication Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2. 3, President 4; Who ' s Who Amonil Students in Americcm Universities and CoUeoes 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 4; Forum tUib 2. 3. Officer 3; Baptist Student Union I, 2. 3, 4. Council Memlxrr 2, 3, 4; ' ernician Literary- Society 3; A. C. E. 3, 4. lOSEPHINE ANNE DOCKERY DOBSON, N. C. Home Economics and Science W ' rnician Literary- Society 3, 4, President; Playcrafters 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2; Methodist Youth Fellowship 2, 3, 4. JOHN WILLIAM DULIN Statesville, N. C. History and Physical Educatiott Lees McRae I; Football 1, 3, 4; Member " A " Club. PHOEBE CATHERINE UULIN Rowland, N. C. Primary Education Queens College I, 2; A. C. E. 3, 4; Westminster Fellow- ship 3, 4; While Hall Club 3. MARY ELLEN EAR? Taylorsville, N. C. Granintiir Grade Education and Library Science Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Science Club 2. 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; White Hall Club 1, 2. lACK H. EPPLEY Cramerton. N. C. Science and islory CAROL MARGARET ERVVIN Mt. Ulla, N. C. Home Economics and Science PfeilTer Junior College 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; I ' Uture Teachers of America 4; " Pep " Club 4. MARY MAXINE ERVVIN Elk Park, N. C. Business Edtication and Spanish Girls ' Chorus 1; Home Economics Club 1; Playcrafters 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; M. Y. F. 1, 2, 3, 4. lOHN FRANCIS ESSIC Cana, N. C. Physical Education Freshman Class Officer; " A " Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Historv- Club 3; Student Council 4; WWio ' s Who Amou Students in Americtin Universities atid C ' o icijes 4; Baptist Student Union Council 3; Rhododen- dron Staff 3; Business Manager Apfudticliitin 4. MARY LOU ESSIC Cana, N. C. Grammar Grade Educiilioii .Mars Hill College I. 2; Y. W. C. A. 4. inLMIE BROWNE FAKIHLNG Sugar Grove, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lees McRae College 1, 2. MARY NELL FARTHING Sugar Grove, N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; A. C. E. 2, 3, 4. Vice President 4: Lo ill Club 2; White Hall Club 3. ANN LOU FERGUSON PoBEs Knob, N. C. English and Uistory Baptist Student Union C ' ouncil Member 3; House Presi- dent, Lovill 3. MARGARET ANNE FERGUSON Clyde, N. C. . lathe milt id and Science DENNIS ROSCOE FRANKLIN Glade Valley, N. C. Physical Education and History Basketball 1; Football I, 2; Manager of Football and Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; " A " Club 4; Y. M. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4; Historv- C lub 2. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Boy Scouts 2, 3. lULIAN ANDERSON GAULT SiMPSONVILLE, S. C. Grammar Grade Education A Cappella Choir; Freshman C.Iee Club; Mixed Chorus; Veterans ' Club. GUYNELLE GENTRY Forest City, N. C. English and History Dannkr J. DllLIN M. Erwin A. Ferguson Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c Bellinger DiNKlNS Dixon DOCKERY P. DULIN Earp Eppley C. Erwin J. Essie M. Essie J. Farthing M. Farthing M. Ferguson Franklin Gault Gentry LEO GEYER Brooklyn, N. Y. Physical Edtication and History Baseball 3, 4; " A " Club 3, 4; I. R. C. 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Senior Superlative. HAZEL LEE GILSTRAP Chickamauga, Ga. History and Malhenuitics Vuun) Harris Cdlleuf 1. 1: I. R. V. 4; M.ithcmatics C lull 3, 4. ELEEXE OSBORNE GOODNIGHT Boone, N. G. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Baton Club 1, 2, 3; Maiorette 3; Senior Superlative; Mav Queen 4. JOYCE E. GRAGG Boone, N. C. Physical Education and Science W. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4. L. D. GRAHAM Todd, N. C ' . Mathematics and Science V. M. r. A. 1, 2. WALTER EARL GREENE ZiONVILLE, N. C. Grammar Grade Education FRANK BILLINGS GREER Sugar Grove, N. C. History and Mathematics Student Council 2; I. R. C. 4; Forensic Club 2; Baptist Student Union 2; Y. M. C. A. 2, 3. TED SMITH HAGAMAN Boone, N. C. Business Education and History Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President I, Secretary ' 2; Band 3, 4, Officer 4; Football Manager 2; Appalachian Staff 1, 2; Rhoix)Dendron Staff 2, 4; Officer Business Club 2, Boy Scouts of America 1; Senior Superlative. JAMES DAVID HAMILTON Magnolia, N. C. French and History Playcrafters 3. EVELYN EMILY HANCOCK Mount Croghan, S. C. Gramtnar Grade Education Wingate Junior College I, 2. ANNA FAYE HARDIN Laxon, N. C. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. 4. BRUCE JESSE HARRELL Forbes, N. C. History and Physical Education Class Officer 2; Varsity Basketball 2; ■A " Club 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 4; Westminster lellow ship 2, 3. 4, Officer 2, 4. 10I FT NAOMI llAUmi I tiASrONlA. . . t ' msIlu iduCillidll illlil lli llll . A. A. 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3. 4;, .n C lul 4: Majorette 4; RHoDciniiNnRoN Staff 4; White ll.ill ( liih I. 2; Business Club 2; Intr.iiniiral Sports 1,2, -t. MARGARET HAZEL HARRILL Fonu.sT City, N. C. . i and Mathematics Svmphonv Orchestra 1. Officer I; College lUin 1 1.2. f. Officer 2; Dance Band 1. 2. 3; MctbodisI Vmilli I ill..uship I. 2, 3; While Hall Club I. CHARLES E. HARRIS Chicago, III. Physical Education and History Wrestling 3. 4; I-.ii tball 3. 4; Mr. 4. MARGARET ANN HART Fort Valley, Ga. Mathematics and History Young Harris College I, 2; Mathematics Club 1. 4. ERMA DEEN HEAFNER Lincolnton, N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Member 3, 4; liatim Club 2, 3, 4, Leader 4; Band Majorette 3, 4, Chief 4; A. C. E. 2, 3, 4. Officer 3; Alipuhiclihm Staff 1, 2; Plav crafters 2; Methodist Youth 1-ellowship I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Marshal. HELEN MARIONNA HELTON Gastonia, N. C. Home Economics and Science V. W ' . C " . A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; Future Teachers of . mcrica 3. 4. Officer 4, Methodist Youth 1 cllouship 1. 2. 3, 4, Officer 2, 3. RUTH VAUGHN HESTER Belew Creek, N. C. History and Library Science Y. W. C:. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Historv Club 2, 3; I utiirc Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 4; I. R. C. 3, 4. Officer 4; Library Science C ' lub 2, 3, Officer 3. JOHN DONALD HIAIT .Mount Airy, N. C ' . .A at)ieiM(ilics and Science Wiio ' s Who Amongs Stiulciits hi American l «ii ' er.s lies mid Colleges 3, 4; I. R. C ' . 3. 4, ice President 4; .Vlathe- matics Club 3. 4. Officer 3; Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4; Y. M. C. . . 2, , 4, Officer 2, 3: X ' eterans ' C ' lub 2; Appaltichian Staff 3. 4: Forensic Club 3. 4. Officer 4. CIeylii CillKKNi; Hardin Hart Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c GiLSTRAP Goodnight Gragg Graham Greer Hac.aman I IaiMILTON Hancock B. Harrell V. Harrell Harrill Harris Heafner Helton Hester Hiatt : J - -y.. lULIAX H. HOLBROOK Charlotte, N. C Physical Education and History Wingate Junior College 1 . 2. lOHNNY HENRY HOLLAR Boone. N. C. I ' liy iciil Education and Hiitory Pooiball 1. 2, 3. 4; " A " Club I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; A. H. S. A. Official 2, 3, 4; All-State Conference 3, 4. GRACE ELIZABETH HOLLIFIELD BosTic, N. C. Home Economics and Science V. V. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economies Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Modem Dance C ' lub 3, 4; ' arsouvianna 4; Plavcrafters 1. 3, 4; Editor of PUiybiU 4; Girls ' Chorus 1. JO ANN G. HOPE Ellbnboro, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Brevard College 1, 2; Western Carolina Teachers College 3. MARGARET JONES HOPKINS Beaufort, N. C. GriJHiimir Grade Education GROVENE HOWARD POLKTON, N. C E«g is i and History Pfeiffcr Junior College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3; llistorv Club 3; Lovill Club 3. LAURA LEE HUFFINES Cameron, N. C. Primary Education Mitchell College 1, 2; A. C. E. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. AL ' XRY CATFIERINE HUNTER Bessemer Citv, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4; French Club I; Spanish Club 2; ' emician Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Westminster EelloMship I. 2, 3. 4, Officer 4. VERLIN PIUTCHINSON Boone, N. C. Science and Physical Education JESSE C. HUTCHISON Absiier, N. C. History and Science Y. M. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4; Plavcrafters 2; " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Boy Scouts 2; Baptist Student Union 2; loolball 2. SUE MAE JACKSON Westeield, N. C. Grammar Grade E.djication Trench Club 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3; White Mall Club 1, 2; Library ' Science Club 3. NELLIE JARVIS DoBSON. N. C. A nsic and English Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 2. 3; Girls ' Chorus I; Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 4; ernician literary Society 2, 3, 4. WAITER RALEIGH JOHNSON Sugar Grove, N. C. Mathematics and Science HARLEY E. JOLLEY Boomer, N. C. Mathematics and History Freshman Class President 1; Student Council Member 1, 2. 3, 4; Mathematics Club; History Club; I. R. C. 3, 4. President 4. GRACE SHERWOOD JOYCE Boone, N. C. Mathematics and English y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Training Union Director 4; Vernician Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Girls ' Chorus 1; Forum Club 2. 3, 4. President 4; 1. R. C. 4; May Court Attendant 3; Mathematics Club 3. 4, Officer 3. JOSEPHINE KERLEY Taylorsville, N. C. Mathematics and Science Mathematics Club 3, 4, Officer 3; Playcraflers 4. MYRTLE ELVA KIKER Peachland, N. C. History and English Spanish Club 1. 2; Future Teachers of America 4; I. R. C. 3. 4; Vernician Literan ' Society 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2; Baptist Student Union Council 2, 3, 4; History Club 2. JOHN T. KING Boone, N. C. History and Science Freshman Glee Club; RiiononKNOnoN Staff 3. 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2; VX ' estminsler Fellow ship 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Life Saving Instructor 1, 2. JOHN ZEE KIRK Lexington, N. C. History and Physical Editcation " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, CoCaptain 4; All-North State Conference 4; Senior Super lative. RUBY LLA KISER Kings Mountain, N. C. Home Economics and Science Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; May Court Attendant 3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; L. S. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Class Officer 3; ' emician Literary Society 3, 4. I loLBROOK Howard Jackson Kerley Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c Hollar HOLLIFIELD Hope Hopkins iUFFINES Hunter Hutchinson Hutchison Jarvis KiKER Johnson King JOLLEY Kjrk Joyce KiSER LAUKA MARGARET LANTZ LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Primary Education Rhododendron l-.tiiltir 4; Student Council 4: IT io ' s Who Amona Sttideuts hi .- i«« ' riciin Ihiivcrsilics and i ' olh ' i ' 3, 4; Band .Xtajort-ttc- 3. 4; I. R. V. 1. i: liirum Clul. 2. 3. Prosideni 3; V. W. C. A. 1. 2. i. 4. Caliini-t Mimbir 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3; A. C Ii. 3. 4; Apfuiliidiimi Staff I. 2, 3; Baton Cluli 2, 3; (iirls ' Chorus 1. 2: Junioi Marshal. ALLE.N II ILIUM. 1 i:i)l ' .l 11 1 I ' a, |i ' ,. .M.MilON, N. C Bu-iiiiess h-iliinttiuH iiiut Miitlicnhitic ELFRETA McBRAYER Fairview, N. C. Home Ecouotnics iiiiW Science Western Carolina Teachers College 1 : I lome Econoniics Club 2. 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 2. 3, 4; V. W. C:. . . 2. 3. 4. BERNIECE ELIZABETH McCO.MBS China CIkove, N. C Miilhenhilici iiid Pli i .iit J-.i iitiilioii V. W. C. . . I. 2, 3. 4; W. . . . . 1. 2. 3, 4; W ' llite Hall Club 1, 2: RnoDODi NniKiN Staff 4: Baton Club 4; ' e Dormitory C mncil 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3: l-uture Teachers of . merica 4. EUl ALU . 1 IDBEITER Ednevville, N. C Pliysiciil E( iic(ifioH and History V. A. A. 3; History Club 2; Sports 2, 3. 4; Lrivill Club 1; Baptist Student Union 2. GALE GENTRY LEMLY West Iefferson, N. C. Physical Education and History Y. M. C. A. 1: Baseball I. 2. 4. WILLIAM ELIC;ENE LONG Win ' sion-Salem, N. C. Alalhematics and Science iMatheniatics C ' luh 4, 1U)V [. LOVE Statesville, N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education |. C K SI HEELER LUTTRELL SmiLLs Mills, N. C. Mathematics and Science Band 3, 4; .Mixed Chorus 3, 4. LALIRA ' 1RGINIA MARTIN Sandy Ridge, X. C. Library Science and Ormnmar Grade Education Future Teachers of . itieriea 3, 4; Baptist Student Union I. 2. 3, 4, Officer 4; V. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; While Hall C " lub 1. 2; N ' emician Literary Society 3, 4; l.ibrarx Science Club 3. IIAIKJLU G. . L S1 Sugar Grove, N. C. Grammar Grade Education lA.MLS LLLKJl 1 .MAllllS JoNESVILLE, N. G. Business Education and History Lees McRae CUdlcse 1, 2; Veterans ' C;lub 3. ELlZAin I II W .Ml 1)1 IN PoLKTON, N. C. History and Science Playcraflers 3. 4: History Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Methodist Youth FeMowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1. 2; ■S. W. C. . . I, 2. 3, 4; " Pep " Club 4; Lovill C lub. LOUISE RODV ' ELL MERONEY MoCKSVlLLE, N. C ' . Grammar Grade l-diutilioii Y. W. C. . . 1, 2, 3, 4; While Hall Club 1. 2. EUGENE DELLLNGER M01)[.IN LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Mathematics and History Y. .M. C. A. 1; Band 1, 3, 4; Dance Orchestra , 4; R. C. 4. CALVIN WARREN MORGAN Boone, N. C. History and Pliysical Education li.iseb.ill 1, V BLANCHE LMOGENE MOSES PlTTSBOKO, N. C. Home Economics and Science Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; L R. C. 2, 3, 4, President 3; Forum C ' lub 2. 3, 4, OIHcer 2; Methodist Youth l-ellouship 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Manager Rhododendron 4; Clirls ' Chorus 1; X ' emician Literary Society 2, 3; Home Fccmomics C lull I. 2, 3, 4, Officer 2. . 1AZ(1 .MURl ' llV Stanley, N. C. History and Business Education LDIIll ()1)(), 1 BooNE, N. C. Business Education and Library Science Busiiress Education C ' lub 2; (iirls Chorus 1. 2; I.ibi Science C:Iuh 2. I 1 PANETTL JR. CllAHLOTTE. N. G. Science and History Lantz Love McBrayer Morgan Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c A. Ledbetteu E. Lediseiter Lemly LUTTRELL Martin Mast iMcCoMES Medlin Meroney Moses MuRPilV Odom Long Mathis Modlin Panetti CHARLES ROSS PARKS High Point. N. C. Physical Education ami History 3. 4; Ilii;h Stliodl Ciwth 4; RlloDO- WVestlinc 1 ntNDRON Staff. iMARV FRANCES PARSONS Spartanburg, S. C. Engjish and History Mars Ilill Junior College 1. 2; Baptist Student Union 3. 4; Uislorv Cluh; C.lee Club; Lovill Club 3. ROBERT W. PHILBECK Shelby, N. C. Physical Education and History RICHARD R. PIERCE MOORESVILLE. N. C. Engjish and History Afypalacliimi Staff 1.2. 3, 4. Sports Editor 3. 4; Baseball I. 2. 3. 4; Wrestling Alanager 1. 2. 3. 4: Football Manager I. 2: " .A " Club 4. Publicity Director 3; Riicidodendro.n 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative 4. MARY LOU RANKIN Greensboro, N. C. Physical Education and History Student Council Representative 3. 4. Officer 3; Future Teachers of . merica 3. 4. Officer 4: Y. V. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Cabinet Member 3. 4: Who ' s WIid . moiig Sludeilts ui .4mcric(iii Universities and Co( t ' ges ' 4: Mathematics Club 1; W. . . .A. I, 2. 3, 4, Officer 4; Rhododendrox Staff 4. GENE LEWIS REECE Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Science " A " Club I. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1: Mathematics Club 4; Senior Class Officer; Senior Superlative. WILLIAM SEAFORD MoCKSVILLE. N. C. History and Science Y. !M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Officer 4; Methodist Youth Fellowship 2, 3, 4; History Club 3, 4. CONRAD ALDEAN SHAW Edgewood, Md. Biisiiiess Education and History Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROGER A. SHEPARD BoONE, N. C. I ' rciich and Spanish HARRIET ANNE SHORE Charlotte, N. C. Primary Education A. C. E. 1. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Officer 3, 4; Rhoixjdendbo.v Class Editor 4; " Pep " Club 4: Methodist Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; White Mall Club 1. HELEN WILLS SHORE Union Grove. N. C Biisiiies.s ' Ei ilc ' «lioii iiJ((i Histor y Mars Ilill 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 3. 4; Ch( rus 3. 4; " Pep " Club 4; X ' ernician Literary Society 3. DALLAS REECE SHUGART JONESVILLE, N. C. Physical Education and History Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. JEANNE SHULL Valle Crucis, N. C. Spanish and Library Science Y. V. C. A. 2, 3. 4. Officer 3; Library Science Cluh 2. 3, Officer 2; Spanish Club 1. 2; Canterbury Club 3, 4; White Hall Club 1, 2. lAMES HARDING SISKE Pleasant Garden, N. C. English and History Plavcrafters 2. 3. 4; History Club 2, 3. AUDREY G. SPARGER Pilot Mountain, N. C. English and Business Education Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 3. 4, Officer 3: Future Teachers of America 4: ' ernician Literary Society 3. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Officer 3; Business Club 2. EVA MAE STEELMAN Hamptoistville, N. C. English and Spanish Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union I, 2, 3, 4; Wrnician Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1; Business Club 2; Future Teachers of .America 4. LOIS THRONEBURG Morganton, N. C. Physical Education and History Pfeiffer Junior College 1: History C ' lub 2. 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports 2. 3. 4; Flying Fish Club 3. 4; Methodist Youth Fellowship 2; W. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Officer 4. EARLEY L. TILLEY Mount Airy, N. C. Physical Education and English Senior Class President; Junior Marshal 3; I. R. C. 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 3; " .A " Club 4; Baptist Student Union 1; ' eterans ' Club 3; Appatachiun Staff 1, 2. 3, 4, Sports Editor 4; Senior Superlative. ETHEL LOUISE TIPPETT Salisbury, N. C. Music and History Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Chorus 1. MARY SUE TISDALE Old Fort, N. C. Home Ecoiiojnics and Science Home Economics Club I. 2, 3. 4, Reporter 3; V. W. A. 1. 2, 3, 4. Officer 4; Future Teachers of America 3, Methodist Youth Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, ernician Literary ' Society 2, 3, 4. Parks Reece H. W. Shore Steelman Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c Parsons Phileeck Seaford Shaw Shugart Shull Throneburg Tilley Pierce Rankin Shepakd H. A. Shore SiSKE Sparger TiPPETT TlSDALE CAROLYN LOUISE TOWNSEND BuiE, N. C. French and History Fl.ira Maidiinald CciliiaL- 1. 2; V. W. C. A. i. 4; Modern Dance Cluh ; I rench t lull . 4; llisliirv Club 3, 4; Westminster I-elKtwship -- t 4. ED ' N XOSKER IT.OIIIMAN Boone. N. C. A nsic and Mathematics Band I. 2. 3. 4, Officer 2, 3; L. S. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Ollker 2. ■. Svmpliiinv Orchestra 1; Mixed Chorus I. 2. Olhccr 1: Tire Departiucnl 1, 2, 3, 4. BETSY WEBSTER MoRCANTON, N. C. Enefish and History Y. V. C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Wrnieian Literary Society 2. 3. 4: C;irls ' Chorus 1. 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; . | ' ))ciliic licm Si.iir I. 2. 3. 4; I ' laycrallcrs 1. 2. 3, 4, Officer 1, 2, 3; I utuie Teachers t)f America 3. 4. MAI ' ,11 1 ' 1AN WELCH Lansing, N. C. Science and Mathematics Scninr Class Officer 4: Modern Daiu.- 4; M.illuin.itic C loll I. , 4; Youth leUo yship 3, 4; While Hall Chili I. 2, 3. IIASIsl II 111 lUll I ' in(.;ate, N. C lli ' ldry and Physical Ediicaliaii Histur Cluh; Plnsical liducatinn Cluh. MILDRED TLLNNELL Boone, N. C. 5i(S(»( ' ss Education ami islorv Ciirls ' Chorus i. 2. W II I I l II WM I IIXDI rA ()()l) loiiEST City, N. C. P tysicrt) Education and Mathenuilics " A " Club 2, 3, 4; x-terans ' Cluh 3; lii.itball Team I, 2, 3, 4. MILDRED C ' THER1 E VANNOY Boone. N. C. Freiicli and Science Plaxcr.tfters 3, 4. lACK V ' ALKER . L iiioN, N. C. M iilicmatics and Science N. C. State 1; Voothall 2, 3; Basketball 2; " A " Club 2. 3. 4: Mathematics Club 3; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Y. M. C. A.: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. THOMAS L. WARD Sugar Grove. N. C. History and Science History Cluh 2: Future Teachers of .America 4; I. R. C. 4: Y. .M. C. A. 3; Vclcr.ins ' Cluh 3. MAY ELIZABETH WARRICK Smithfield, N. C. Home Economics and Science BARBARA ANN WEAVER Statesville, N. C. E«gIisJi and Science Mitchell C-..lleHC 1; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. 3 4; French Club 3; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Play- crafters 3, 4; " Pep " Club 4. LESLIE EDWAPJ) W 1 Y Brazil. Ind. Mathcmalici and Physical Education 3, 4; " A " C:luh 2, 3. 4: All Nnilh Si.iie liaskethall C ' oulercnce 3 CLEO N ' lRGINIA WHITE Staiesville, N. C. Business Education ninl llislory Mars Hill C:i,llei;e; Y. W. C. A. LDc;Ar I) WHITE Fries. Va. History and Physical F.ducation Lees McRae 1, 2. S. i;. UHIIE. JR. Union Grove. N. C. Physical E.ducation and History Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4. ' arsity 1, 2: " A " Cluh I. 2. 3. 4. President 2: Sophomore C ' lass President; . M. C. A. I, 2. 3. 4; Football 2; Baseball 1, 2. ro(;ers v. whiteneh Spindale, N. C. English and History President of Class 1, 3; President of F ' reshnian Cllec Cluh; College Choir 2. 3. President 4; Student C ouncil I. 2. 3; Playcraftcrs 1. 2, 3, 4; AppaJachitin, .Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4. ANNE WILLIAMS Mountain Park, N. C. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; C.irls ' Chorus 2; French Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 3. 4. REID C. WILLIAMS Fallston, N. C. Science and History Uuke I. 2; Intramural Sports 4; Veterans ' Cluh 3. BUTLER EUGENE WILSON ZiONVILLE, N. C. Mathematics and History ToWNSEND Vannov Webster S. White Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight a s t c Troutman Walker Welch WlUTENER Trull ' ard ' ey A. ' illiams TUNNELL Warrick C. ' hite R. ' lLLIAMS Underwood Weaver E. White Wilson MAKV AW WINKLER Boone. N. C. Primary Education Greensboro Collei;e 1. 2, 3: A. V. E. 4. CHARLLS L. VOLLNCE Boone. N. C. Eiig!is i anA History Basketball 2. Captain; " A " Club i. 4; Junim MARY LOUISE VOLINC. Ckio. N. C. :iii; i.s i iiiul History Y. W. C. A. S. 4; liaplisl Student Uniiin 4; IkikIi Cluh ; Business Club 2. Winkler Younce Young Senior Class of nineteen Hundred Forty-eight A S T ( JUniOR CLRSS OFFICERS Ben Goforth President Gene Johnston Vice-President Albert Hiatt Secretary Bill I Ialstead Trensurer Page Thirty-five junioRS Linda Abkins Summerfield, N. C. Edith Elizabeth Alien iMarshvillc, N. C. Robert Howard Ai.i en Roniingcr. N. C. Mary Frances Allred Linwood, N. C. Lorene Amos Sandy Ridge, N. C. M. Louise Andrews Pittsboro, N. C. Doyle W. Ayers Marion, N. C. Sarah Elizabeth Bailey Statesville, N. C. NoviE Odelia Barber Reidsville, N. C. Rebecca Catherine Barnes Henderson, N. C. Jeanne Carolyn Beam Shelby, N. C. Ira ]. Bingham, Jr. Boone, N. C. Dorothy Elizabeth Black Thumasville, N. C. Doras Bentley Blalock Kings Mountain. N. C. ClEDA RUBIE BOLICK Bcxme, N. C. James Harry Bowman, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Charles D. Bowers Thomasville, N. C. Albert Lee Bradley Forest City, N. C. Helen Brooks Sparta, N. C. Mawum Cozeite Brookshibe ■ille, N. C, NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT age Thirly-six junioRS Bette Brown Forest City, N. C. Bobbie N. Brown Alcxiresville, N. C. Evelyn Hope Brown Moravian Falls, N. C. William F. Brown, Jr. Nebo, N. C. Anne Sue Bunch StatesviUe, N. C. Robert Floyd Burleson ' alle Crucis, N. C. Peggy Burris Stanfield, N. C. Clarence Marion Butler, Jr. Spindale. N. C. Peggy Lamb Butler Coats, N. C. Robert Victor Caldwell Concord, N. C. Dorothy Louise Calton Bostic, N. C. Dan T. Camp Shelby, N. C. Louise M. Capshaw Granite Falls, N. C. Betty Lou Carter Zebulon, N. C. Annie Louise Click Woodleaf, N. C. EuLA Mae Coffey Blowing Rock, N. C. Carrie Bess Cole High Rock, N. C. R. Al. Collins Francisco, N. C. WiLLA Deanne Collins Lenoir, N. C. Ruby Gwyn Comer Union Grove, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Piige Tliirty seven juniORS Frances C. Cook Mebane, N. C. James Edgar Cooper. Jr. Lincolnton, N. C " . BeTIV W ' lL.MA C ' dRNEIIE V ' est Jefferson, N. C. Phillip Ashley Counts Alleghany, Va. Janet Covington Lawndale, N. C. Martha Jeanette Cress Salisbury, N. C. Jhrrlvn Crouch Mooresville, N. C. George Joseph Cushwa Roxboro, N. C. Inez Dalton Edney ' ille. N. C. Clara Ruth Davis Kannapolis, N. C. Fannie Lou Davis Bryson City, N. C. James Albert Dennis, Jr. Boone, N. C. Thomas H. Edminsten Boomer, N. C. Madeline H. Edmisten Sugar Grove, N. C. Faye Ellen Edwards Bald Creek, N. C. Ruby Edwards Kannapolis, N. C. Frances Eletha England Marion, N. C. Kenneth Franklin England Morganton. N. C. Joyce Gabrielle Etheridoe Baltimore, Md. Doris Alton Faircloth Clinton, N. X. NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT fttge Thirty-eight junioRs Eva Elizabeth Faircloth Clinton, N. C. Betty Jean Farthino Boone, N. C. Norma Lou Fender Glade Valley, N. C. Betty Jean Ferguson Ferguson, N. C. Dorothy Zelma Fletcher N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Betty ' Carr Floyd Fairmont, N. C. James Ray- Foxx Boone, N. C. Louise Francis Francisco, N. C. AL RY Lou Fbazier Julian, N. C. Ruby Katheleen Gadeey iMocksville, N. C. Mary W. Gardner Shelby, N. C. Albert Braxton Gentry- Butler, Tenn. Ben Goforth Kings Mountain, N. C. Lessie B. Goodman Morganton, N. C. Jacquelyne L. Gordon Cramerton, N. C. Anne Gabriel Graham Concord, N. C. Ella Graham Sturgills, N. C. DouGHTON Lester Greene Vilas, N. C. William Ira Halstead Pennington Gap, Va. RuBY ' Elizabeth Hardy Pinnacle, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Paae Thirty nine junioRS ' iRGiN ' iA Faye Hayes Seagrove, N. C. Bertha Jewel Hemmincs Dubson, N. C. Mary Sue Hendren Moravian Falls, N. C. James Pinkney Henson Rutherfordton, N. C. James Albert HiArr Mount Airy, N. C. Audrey Elizabeth Hope Grover, N. C. Helen Howard Sherrills Ford, N. C. Leroy Hunter Day Book, N. C. Lula Katherine Irvin ' ilkesboro, N. C. DwiGHT Norman Jeffers Belwood, N. C. Robert Eugene Jenkins Gastonia, N. C. Willie Virginia Jennings Pores Knob, N. C. Brice Johnson East Bend, N. C. Gwendolyn Bernice Johnson Hays, N. C. Howard Arnold Johnston Covington, Va. Leslie Eugene Johnston Mooresville, N. C. Helen Elizabeth Jolly Polkville, N. C. Clyde Howard Jones Elon College, N. C. Houston Gwynne Jones Yanceyville, N. C. John Thomas Jones C. 4 ' NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT Pa e Forty juniORS Madge Jones Lattimore, N. C. Earline Keaton Anderson, S. C. Charles Martin Leith Cumberland, Md. Donald Howard Littmann Elkin, N. C. Joan Lovill Boone, N. C. Edgar Reid Lowder Lilesville, N. C. John W. Lowery Wingate, N. C. Eugene Allen Lyons Boone, N. C. Edith Leola Maine Boone, N. C. James F. Malcolm Winston-Salem, N. C. Beulah Grey Marion Pinnacle, N. C. Edith Eloise Marlowe Marion, N. C. Marvin Lott Mayberry Jonesville, N. C. Elizabeth McAulay Huntersville, N. C. Alwayne McClure High Point, N. C. Leon Moobe McLean Lumbertnn, N. C. Helen Melvin Jackson Springs, N. C. Mary Mills Greensboro, N. C. Emma Lucille Mitchell Sparta, N. C. Marjorie Jane Mitchem Belwood, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pape Forty one juniORS Martha Lillian Moore Willard. N. C. NiiLL Elmina Morftz Lenoir, N. C. ( " arolvn Jane Hiuh Heck, N. C. Virginia Thurlene Murray Marion, N. C. Beth Ogle Casbv, Tcnn. Dllsil Elizauetii Pack M.iunt Airy. N. C. James F. Parks Tangier, Va. U ' illiam Parrish Summerfield, N. C. Martha Peeler C;,.ld Hill, N. C. EvvA Jean Perrvman Lexington, N. C. Elizabeth Belle Pharr W ' ilkesboro, N. C. BEnv Jo Plvleh Monroe, N. C. Mildred A. Ramsev Bakersville, N. C. Saka Elizaheth Ramsey Marshall, N. C. Charles C. Randall, Jr. I.incnlnton, N. C. Doll ii: Jane Rav Mars Hill, N. C. James Rayburn Shelby, N. C. Faye Verna Rhodes Wilkcsburo. N. C. C ' hahles Hugh Riddle Spruce Pine. N. C. MeRHIPI 13. Rolll.NSON ale NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT -. trofi Forty-two junioRS Shirley A. Robinson Wilmington, N. C. MOZELLE RODGERS Thomasville, N. C. Julian Finley Rogers Clarkton, N. C. Veknon Lee Ross Greensboro, N. C. Oehmig Daniel Rowe Nebo, N. C. Alonzo J. Saunders Gastonia, N. C. Fred William Scott East Bend, N. C. William Edgar Sease Norfolk, Va. Clara Mae Shepherd Sugar Grove, N. C. IzoRiA Joy Sheppard Sandy Ridge, N. C. Evelyn Elizabeth Silver Micaville, N. C. Elizabeth Jean Smith Lenoir, N. C. Rita Louise Smith Charlotte, N. C. William Joseph Smith Charlotte, N. C. Stanley South Boone, N. C. Cecil Max Sparks Elkin, N. C. Eunice Evelyne Staton Flat Rock, N. C. BiNA Celeste Stephens Creston, N. C. Francis Stephens Creston, N. C. Edna Bingham Stewart Charlotte, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Forty-three junioRS Thomas O ' Toppinos Summers C herryvillc. . C. IIllen Hudson Talifnt Charli tte, N. C. Walter John Taylor Edenton, N. C. James H. Templeton Boone, N. C. Betty Anna Thompson Saluda, N. C. Betty June Threatte Dobson, N. C. Michael Warren Thurman Ruby, S. C. Rachel Anne Vance Boone, N. C. Lucille Adeline Vernon Sandy Ridge, N. C. Pauline Rozelle Wagoner tikin. N. C. James Warlk k Walki :r Lawndale. N. C Virginia Helen Watson Maxton, N. C;. Sara Frances Weast Mount Ulla, N. C. Anna Lee Weaver Brandon, . C. Nellie Gray Webb Reidsvillc, N. C. Margaret Wellmon Bel wood, N. C. Bevin Jackson Williams Laurinburg, N. C. Li I II LIS Wing. . C. Mary Kathryn Wilson B Mine, N. C. V ' illiam Martin Wilson B ione.JV. C - f NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT Vaefi roily four junioRS JdHX I). W ' lTHROVV Udllis. N. C. ' era Louise Workman Hickory, N. C. Robert G. Young Bakersvillc, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pa e Fortyfii ' e Pfl je Forty six SOPHOmORE CLRSS OFFICERS Ralph A ' alters President Ray Smith ] ' icc-Prcsidci!t Mar inA Ann Voss Secretary Robert W ' n hrovv Treasurer Pa e Forty-seven SOPHOMORES Johnny Burwell Albea Winston-Salem, N. C Ray Lewis Alston Hamlet, N. C. Carroll Wesley Angel Burnsville, N. C. WooDRow Morgan Anclin Burnsville. N. C. Paul I )Ver Ayers nurnsvillc. N. C. Doris Jacquelyn Baity Thomasville. N. C. Helen Berniece Baker B K.nville, N. C. Audrey Bauguess Lomax, N. C. Marjorie Irene Bishop Ferguson. N. C. Mary Evelyn Bishop Browns Summit, N. C. James B. Blevins Bakersville, N. C. Cl.OYD S. BoLICK Boone, N. C. Mildred B. Bradley Charlotte. N. C. William Baxter Bryan BiHinc. N. C. Alma Jean Buchanan Minneapolis, N. C. Betty Cameron Aslicvillc. iS. C. Sidney I. Campbell Greensboro, N. C. Edwin Jones Canter Wilkcsboro. N. C. James Harlan Cantrull Boone. N. C. Enid Frances Carroll B(Kme, N ' . C. Ernest Robert Carter Winston-Salem, N. C. John R. Caskey Mooresville, N. C. George Glenn Causey Greensboro, N. C. Robert E. Chilton Winston-Salem. N. C. Harry Eugene Clendenin CJreensboro. N. C. Ralph Fulton Cline Collcttsvillc. N. C. Charles Ervin Clontz Lenoir, N. C. Roy Edward Coffey ' B(K ne, N. C. Doris Elsie Collins Sparta, N. C. Elton B. Coleman r NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT ;e Forty-ei Jit SOPHOMORES I.MOGENE Covington Trov, N. C. Robert Clifton Crissman Oxford, N. C. Charles Robah Davis Summerfield, N. C. Mrs. Cathrine Rhea Dennis Boone, N. C. W ' lLMON H. DrOZE Charleston, S. C. Ellis Fredrick Edwards Morganton, N. C. Wayne Franklin Everhart Lexington, N. C. Catherine Farrow Shelby, N. C. Karl P. Fleming ' ilson, N. C. Eunice Blanche Folger Dobson, N. C. Rebecca Earline Garrison Black Mountain, N. C. Willis Knox Gardner Badin, N. C. Adelaide Giles Lexington, N. C. Bryce L Gordon Tnston-Salem, N. C. Juanita Mozelle Grant ' oodleaf, N. C. Kenneth L. Greene Ronda, N. C. William R. Griffith Davidson, N. C. Jack Hadley ' North Wilkesboro, N. Owen A. Hager Mooresville, N. C. Coleman Hanson Lancaster, S. C. Fred Harold Hardin West Jefferson, N. C. E. Maxine Hawks Greensboro, N. C. Portia Hiatt Mt. Airv, iN. C. Loyd W ' . Higgins Higgins, N. C. Thelma Hodges Vilas, N. C. Charles L. Hope Ellenboro, N. C. Eleanor AL Houser High Point, N. C. Ben C. Hunnicut Chickamauga, Ga. Edgar F. Hunter, Jr. Burnsville, N. C. Thomas Eugene Hunter Winston-Salem, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pa e Forty-nine SOPHOMORES UaVID 11. Ia( KSON Shelbv, N. C. Barbara Ann Iarrett Shelbv, N. C. Claude C. Jarrett Marion, N. C. Daniel Edward Jencson Lakewood, Ohio Clara Lee Jessup Westfield, N. C. William J. Johnson, Jr. Favettevillc, N. C. Albert C. Johnston Huntersvillc. N. C. U ' esley JoiNES Jovnes, N. C. Fred S. Jones Grassv Creek, N. C. Verdola Keller B(x ne, N. C. Gene Irvin Kirkpatrkk Shelbv, N. C. J. C. Lamm Wilson, N. C. Carl Allen Lane Charlotte, N. C. Homer Carter Lentz Blowing Rock, N. C. William Wade Linker Davidson, N. C. William Long Raleigh, N. C. Frank Albert Lowe Pores Knob, N. C. Mildred B. Marlow Winston-Salcm, i ' . C. Roy p. Marsh Boone, N. C. Clarence W. Martin Mt. Airy, N. C. James Francis Martin Summerfield, N. C. Robert L. Martin Summerfield, N. C. Margaret Vernon Mason Favettevillc, N. C. Fred A. Masten Winston-Salem, N. C. Sarah Miller Matthews Lenoir, N. C. Robie Odell McCoi 1 um Elkin, N. C. Sarah Alice McCreight Kno.wille, Tcnn. John Litton McCubry Bostic, N. C. Delores McGuire Heaton, N. C. Rita Dare McNeaE ' NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT ' Rge Fifty SOPHOMORES Coy B. Mikeal Todd, N. C. Adolph Gustave Miller Lenoir, N. C. Ernest Ellwood Miller Lake View, S. C. Miriam Juanita Moose Concord, N. C. Lillian B. Neal Charlotte, N. C. Charles Woodrow Nelson EUenton, Fla. Lyday Merrill Norris Todd, N. C. Robert G. Norris Creston, N. C. Hazel Winifred Olsby Shelby, N. C. Charles Donald Owens Forest City, N. C. Robert Lee Pardue Winston-Salem, N. C. Phyllis Claire Parker Charlotte, N. C. William Taylor Payne Sugar Grove, N. C. William E. Penick Boone, N. C. Arthur Philip Psomadakis Covington, Va. Walter Jones Ragan Boone, N. C. Lane Reece Boone, N. C. Jane Riner Castlewood, Va. William Ross Morganton, N. C. Flay William Sellers Cherryville, N. C. Mary- Shull Valle Crucis, N. C. Marilyn Smith Minneapolis, N. C. Raymond W. Smith Greensboro, N. C. Dane Ernest Smyre Newton, N. C. Emory David Stephens Mooresville, N. C. Ray Martin Teems Boone, N. C. John T. Trivette Todd, N. C. John Talmage Tugman North Wilkesboro, N. C. JoNNiE Ruth Turner High Point, N. C. Don J. Voss Winston-Salem, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Fifty-one SOPHOMORES Martha Ann Voss Winston-Salem. N. C. Thomas C. Voss W ' inston-Salcm, N. C. Mary Wallace Jamcsvillc. N. C. Ralph Riivne Walters ModR-svillc. N. C. EiiLA Watson IVrp Gap, N. C. Doris Hanner Wauch Greensboro. N. C. Thomas Cook Webb Florence, S. C. Clifton Carlisle Wey Cory. Ind. Frances E. Whitener Seatesville. N. C. Margaret Lee Wiiitesides Clover, S. C. Marie Thomas Wii i is Wing. N. C. Keith Walker ' ilson Davidson. N. C. Robert Lansing ' niiR ) v Hollis. N. C. George Follet Wilson Gcrmanton. N. C. NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT l ' i)ie liflylwo RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pn e Fifty-lhree Pfljje Fifty-fotiT FRESHmfln CLRSS OFFICERS Don Cheek President ToMMiE Slie Moxley VicL ' -Presidenl Cecilia Warlick Secretary Marcia Jenkins Treasurer Pa e Fifty five FRESHmEn Bettve Alexander. Huntersville, N. C; Coleen Alexander, Kannapolis, N. C; William Alexander, Shulls Mills, N. C; Ernest Eugene Alfred, Covington, Va.; Mary Jo Alford, Danville, Va.; Mary Upton Andrews, Sparta, N. C; Nina Frances Annas, Troy, N. C; Dovie Lou Arthurs, Troutman, N. C; Martha Alma Arthurs, Troutman, N. C; Adelle M. Atkins, Holly Springs, N. C; Ruth Lorene Atkinson, Norwood, N. C. Paul Baker. Spruce Pine, N. C; Harry Lee Bame, China Grove, N. C; Martha Ann Banner, Blowing Rock, N. C; Betsy Wainwright Barber, Wilkesboro, N. C; Harold Barringer. Kannapolis, N. C; Joyce Beam, Cherry- ville, N. C; Betty Bernard, Winston-Salem, N. C; Betty Berry, Drcxel. N. C; Billy W. Billings, Vilas, N. C; Jimmy H. Billings, Vilas, N. C; Catherine Bost, Kannapolis, N. C. Margaret Braswell, Monroe, N. C; Marion | ) Brewer, Winston-Salem, N. C; Alma Broome. Aurora, N. C; Bobbie Brown, Statesville, N. C; Nellie Brown, Shelby, N. C; Virginia Broyhill, Pores Knob, N. C; Buster Burleson, Valley, N. C; Robert Burwell, Rutherfordton, N. C: Mildred E. Carnes, ' Cramerton, N. C; Julian W. Carr, Hillsboro, N. C; Annie Mae Carroll ' Boone, N. C. Joseph Cash, Forest City, N. C; Eddie Caudill, North Wilkesboro, N. C; Donald Cheek, Raleigh, N. C; Hazel Childers, Kannapolis, N. C; Ruth Clark, Morganton, N. C; Betty Clawson, Boone, N. C; Harry Clay, Boone, N. C; Thomas Cockerham. Elkin, N. C; Elizabeth Collette, Gastonia, N. C; George Collins. Mt. Airv. N. C; Constance Colthurst. Boone, N. C. Carl Combs, Boonville, N. C; Walter Johnston Cook. Mebane, N. C; Frances Cox, Tabor Citv. N. C; John Cox, Jr., Todd, N. C; Mary Lou Cox] Tabor City, N. C; Eula Maie Craig, Charlotte, N. C; J. Carlton Crim[ Winston-Salem, N. C; Judson Crowe, Cliffside, N. C; Clover Dalton, ' Edneyv ' ille, N. C; Hubert Dancv. U ' ilkcsboro, N. C; Bobby Day North Wilkesboro, N. C. June Davis, Charlotte, N. C; Maria del Castillo, New York, N. Y.; Jack Frierson, Sumter, S. C; Joseph Di.xon, Pleasant Garden, N. C; Naoma Douglas, Sparta, N. C; Myrtle Duckett, Leicester, N. C; Charles Eastridge. ClifFton, N. C; Vance Eastridge, Mountain City, Tenn.; Lillian Edminstcii, Sugar Grove, N. C; Clifford Edmisten, Sugar Grove, N. C; Rcba Edwards! Sparta, N. C. James Evans, Bladenboro, N. C; Wilburn Everhart, Thomasville, N. C; James Donald Felton, Rocky Mount, N. C; Joan Fields, Mooresvillc, N. C; Lenore Fischer, Ellenton, Fla.; Donald D. Fletcher, Cramerton, N. C; Rachel W. Flinchum, Lawsonville, N. C; Louis Flippin, Mt. Airy, N. C; Eldiweiss Formvduval, Old Dock, N. C; Gladys Formvduval. Hallsboro, N. C; Janet Franklin, Jonas Ridge, . C. r NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT lii ' ge Fifty-six RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pnge FiftY ' Seven FRESHmEn Henry Freeman. Vienna. Va.; Dorothy Gabriel, North Wilkesboro, N. C; Edward Garris, Sumter, S. C; Phil Gauge, Spruce Pines, N. C; Georgiannc Gettinger. Charlotte, N. C; Jessie Giles, Linden, N. C; Earl Gothard. Teetersyillc. Ky.; Rebecca Grayson. Mountain City. Tenn.; Mary Sue Greenf, Boone. N. C.; Lawrence Grigg. Shelby. N. C .; Jacqueline Grimes. Charlotte. N. C. JoM-pliine tlriines. Charlotte, N. C; Held Grimes, China C;ro e, N. C; William Hale, Jr.. Kannapolis, N. C.; James Hall. Mt. Airy, N. C; James Hampton. Kannapolis, N. C.: Mary Hargroye, Laurel Hill, N. C.; Dorothy Hart. Charlotte, N. C; Carroll Haynie, Tangier, Va.: Betty Sue Hendrix, Granite Falls, N. C; Frances Hinvin. W ' hiteville, N. C: Betl Sue Hodges. Caroleen, IS ' . C. Bettv Lou HolliHeld. Drexel. N. C; Harry Hope. Ellenboro. N. C; James Hovle. Vale. N. C; Harold Hughes. Boone. N. C; Jacquclyn Hughes, Frank. N. C; Margaret Hunsingcr. Hendersonyille, N. C; Mary Hutchison. Absher. N. C; James P. Hulin, Jr., High Point, N. C; Betty Lou Inabinet, Winston- Salem, N. C: Noah lames. North Wilkesboro. N. C; Omeoa laynes Marion N. C. .Martha Anne Jeffreys, Mebane, N. C; Marcia Jenkins, Cramerton, N. C; Madeline Jenkins, Cramerton, N. C; W. Terry Jenkins. Barnes ille. N. C; Paul Joines. Joynes, N. C; Aubrey Jcmes. Wilson, N. C; Eyelvn Jones, Shelby, N. C; Lora Bell Jones, V ' cst Jefferson, N. C; Paul Jones, Henrietta, N. C. Shirley Jones. Todd. N. C; Edith Joyce. Mt. Airy. N. C. William Kilby. Statesville, N. C; Ann King, Greensboro, N. C; Michael Kirk, Blowing Rock, N. C; Colleen Kirkman, Mt. Airy. N. C; Ruth Ki.ser, Concord, N. C; Barbara Kittrell. Sanford, N. C: Ellis Kuykendall, Tryon, N. C; George Lancaster, Hendersonyille, N. C; Imogene Lapp, Lexington, N. C; Jackie Laughridge, Rocky Mount, N. C; Martha Laws, Brentwood, Md. Martha Lavyson, Mt. Airy, N. C; Dorothy Leathernian, Vale, N. C; Doris Lehman, Charlotte, N. C; Eugene Lippard, Statesyille, N. C; John Littlewood. Sturgills, N. C; Bobbie Lowdcr. Greensboro, N. C; Roger Lowe, Low Gap, N. C; Betsy Lowrey, Kernersyille, N. C; William Luther. Todd, N. C; Mary Jo Mabry, Norwood, N. C; Margaret Mackie, Yadkinyille, N. C. Mary Sue Magness, Shelby, N. C; Dwight Maples, Rockingham. N. C.; Dollie Martin, Unaka, N. C; Gordon Martin. Stoney Point. N. C.; John Martin, Chicago, 111.; Ambrose Mathis, North Wilkesboro, N. C; John Mathis, Jonesyille, N. C; Theresa McAllister, Morganton, N. C; Nelle McBee, Spruce Pine, N. C; Alma McCall. Marion N. C: Robert McCann, Elkin. N. C. NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT Pfljje Fifty ei ht RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pa e Fifty nine FRESHmEn Annie B. McClurc. Rutherfordton, N. C; Josephine McDaniel. Dulilin. N. C; Arnold E. McDonald, China Grove, N. C; Dorothy McGradv. Sparta, N. C; Bcttv Joane McKee. Mill Sprinys, N. C; Rebecca McSvvain, Shelbv, N. C; Jeannine Meachani, Lexinaton, N. C; Margaret Medlin, Monroe, N. C; Ruth Anne Miller. Grumpier, N. C.; Sarah Mitchell, Sparta, N. C.; Vallie Henderson MitclKll, Cramerton, . C. Margaret Montgomery, Farmington, N. C: Mary Ruth Moore, Low Gap, N. C: Willis A. i h)retz, Boone, N. C.; Juanita Morrow, Mooresville, N. C.; Mary Allison Moss, Boone, N. C.; Tommy Sue Moxlev, Laurel Springs, N. G.; Garlyle Nance, Jr., Thomasville, N. G.; Erma Norris. Boone, N. G.; Mary Helen Norris. Fleetwood. N. G.: Eniil .Arthur Olilficki, luitliHav. N. ].: Billy Edward Owen, Gaslonia. N. G. Glenn (. ' . Palmer. Fr.incisco. N. G.; Josephine Mac I ' aikcr. Shelby, N. C.; Alan L. Payne. Hall, N. G.: Nita Payne, WestHeld, N. G.; Nona Payne, Westficld, N. G.; Patricia Peele, Norwich, Gonn.; Peggy Peeler, Hick- ory, N. G.; Ruby Lee Peeler, Shelby, N. G.; Ruby Louise Peeler. Hickory, N. G.: Sallie Penick. Boone. N. G.; Alfred Peterson, Poplar, N. G. Dave Donald Pierce. Statesvillc. N. G.; Patricia Piercv. Day Brook. N. G.; Gloria Plott. Goncord. N. G.; Peggy Sue Plott, Richfield, N. G.; Forest D. Porter, Richmond, Va.; Betty Prestwcxxl, Lenoir, N. G.; Norman Propst, Newton, N. G.: Amos J. Pyatte, Altamont. N. G.; Fred Ratledge. Elkin, N. G.; Gharles Rhodes, Thomas ' ille. N. C .; Bett RInne, Liiicolnton, N. G. Shirley Robbins. Lenoir, N. G.; James Roberts. Kannapolis. N. C.; Julia Roberts, Stokesdale, N. G.; Mary Ann Rogers, Taylorsville, N. G.; Jeanette Ruppe, Mooresboro, N. G.; Hoyt Safrit. Ghina Grove, N. G.; Evelyn Sanders, Kannapolis, N. G.: Joseph Scott. Burlington. N. G.; Gecil Seagle, Vale, N. G.; Wade W. Seal. Mt. Airy. N. G.; Sara Seigler. Wilmington, N. G. D. M. Shaw. Edgewood, Md.; Thompson Shepherd. Laurel Springs, N. G.; Glvdc Sidden, Joynes, N. G.; Fay Sims, Waxhaw, N. G.; Garrie Sink, Lexington, N. G.; James Slaydon, Mt. Airy, N. G.; Mary Sloan, Statesvillc, N. G.; Betty Smith, Goncord, N. G.; Dorothy Smith, Mt. Airy. N. G.; Harvey E. Smith. Mt. Airy. N. G.; Harry )(ie Smith. Lenoir. N. C . Ira Smith. Thomasville, N. G.; Laura Graig Smith, Gastonia, N. G.; Mary Louise Smith, Boone, N. G.; Roy Wavne Smith. Pinnacle, N. G.; Jack W. Snyder, Rutherlordton, N. C.; Ray Glenn Stansberry, Boone, N. C.; Valda Gray Stirewalt, Kannapolis, N. G.; Ruth Stout, Star, N. C.; Clayton Swicc- gcKid. Lexington. N. C.; Doris SwiccgtKxl, LinvvfKxl, N. C; Freeman Taylor, ,Mt. Airy. N. G. NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT ra ' ae Sixty RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Pfl e Sixty-one FRESHmEn Marv Ruth Taylor. Canton. N. C; Uavid Tcauue. SiliT Ciiv. . C; Mildred Tempk ' ton. Boone, N. C; Triva L. Ilmnias, Jonesboro, N. C. Ruth Jane Timmons. i It. Airv, N. C; Wanda Tructt, Sparta. N. C; Robert L. Vick. Bailcv. N. C; Iris Cleo Walsh, Boomer, N. C. Rettv June Walters. Morganton, N, C; James C. U ' ard, Can- ton. N, C; Cecelia V ' arhck, Belvvood, N, C; Joseph ' atts, Morganton, N. C. Charlc Thomas Weber, Statesville, iN. C; Nell A ' ells, Marble, N. C; Charles L. ' hctstine, Morganton, N. C; Yvonne Whisnant, Lavvndale, N. C. I kkn White, Kings Mountain, N. C; Dorothv Whitcsides, Lincolnton, . . C; John V ' . Williams, Jr.. Sugar Grove, N. C; Margaret Williams, Charlotte, N, C. Josephine Wintree. Gibsonville, ' . C; Clelle inkier, Bailev, N. C Wanda Mae Wood. North Wilkesboro. N. C; Polly W arrell. Low Gap. X. C. Kathryn Ann Wrenn. Danville. Va.; Robert E, Yoder, Rich mond. Va.; Dewey York, Ronda, N. C. Rodney Edward ' dung, Cramerton, N. C. NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT Pa c Sfxly-two RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Sixty-three SPECIRL STUDEHTS James Aocock DuikImm. HlW 4» ( 1 .. H L. ' I V S Nelson A. Allen Scottsbur ;. K v H V vJ T l l KLJZ. 1 - Douglas B. Aiuiihk Winston-Salcm, N. C. (iLHALDiNi; AnMsir,oNt; V ' ilniiiii;t(in. N. C. B ' , » - ISlanche Irene Asiiby Concurd, N. C. Allen II. Bandy Lincolnton, N. C. M S H ! H .| | )iiNNv Leon Bahnaud Kannapolis, N. C. p J ff I I B BI I I Fallston, N. c. ■■ KtSkmttim Ml loiiTiv Ray BtiiiiKH 1 a ' l(irs ' illc, N. C. H " 7 BoBEHT S. Beli ' i t ln Salem, N. C. Htilfe Richard F. Bingmam BuoriL ' , N. C VZ ' I T l V ' Eugene A. Birke VVinstonSalcm. N. C. Ib I A B. B B ' M JaBEIfM ■ jf V Robert M. P.ihke Winston Salem, N. C. .— K- M " HH 7 Charles 1 1. Blac kburn Boone, N. C. Houston ' . Wallace, N. C B i I HSbi | K r . Ah -4 i Fred A. Pxk er Charlotte, N. C. Hf T Mf ' ' 4ff ' H K I A A Walter S. Boone Boone, N. C. HliK 3t5 H jfl Louise iM. BosT Kannajiolis, N. C. . Bin . Mary Margery Bradley Vilas, N. C. Btt P ' PP " B5f Joseph Paul Bray. Jr Charlotte, N. C. A P |. Pi. P hendell, Jr Boone, N. C. B ' T ' k 1 F IHT iOk H PVB flES HIH JOHN P. Brown Creston, N. C. LoREN Emerson Brown Crumpler, N. C. - - i,-- m r m ■ ■ U ' illiam F. Burleson Crossnore, N. C. 1 E m H t B ikiiNER Winston-Salem, N. C. | bs I IBV I H ' " HPLfl Doyle F. Bynum Lincolnton, N. C. William Byrd Glenwood, N. C. ,--,.-i , m n, , m Jane Walker (Jannon Wilmington, N. C. v I H JP ' k;..- Jilt I w !i ' i . NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT i ' d ' c Si lyjour 9 S w SPECIAL STUDEPTS Leonard R. Cashion Mooresville, N. C. Jacob V. Caudill, Jr Boone, N. C. V ' ILLIAM M. Cherkas Oxford, N. C. J. Hugh Connelly Spruce Pine, N. C. Lyle E. Cook Boone, N. C. John Cooper Dobson, N. C. Virginia C. Cooper Ringgold, Va. Eugene iM. Cox Whiteville, N. C. John F. Cranford Thomasville, N. C. Charles M. Craver Winston-Salem, N. C. John iM. Davenport, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Deward Davis Lowgap, N. C. Earl Leonard Davis Sparta, N. C. Robert Glenn Dennis Wilkesboro, N. C. William J. Douglas Kannapolis, N. C. Guy Thomas Dove Rowland, N. C. Dean Franklin Duncan Charlotte, N. C. Bryan Eldridge Glade Valley, N. C. Claude F. Eldridge State Road, N. C. Morris Lee Ellis Leaksville, N. C. Ralph Ellis Leaksville, N. C. Worth E. Frady Rutherfordton, N. C. Homer K. Freeze, Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. Thurman Freeze Mooresville, N. C. James C. Gambill, Jr West Jefferson, N. C. Malcolm A. Glovier Valle Crucis, N. C. Cecil M. Greene Boone, N. C. George C. Green West Jefferson, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Sixty-five SPECIAL STUDERTS Robert A. CiRiEU. Ir, Moravi;in ialls, . C. Robert Von Hagaman Boone, N. C. Ernest Stokes Hamilton Charlotte, N. C. Kenneth F. Hi i iner Shelby, N. C. loE DoNAii) Huc;i; Winstcm Salem, N. C. Thomas Maiviin Hindrix C li.irlotte, N. C. Iames Herman Valle Crucis, N. C. Dudley Sloan Hill. )r North ' ilkosboro. N. C. Joseph Hit l, ju Bat Cave, N. C. Claiidh 1 loLCOMBE Candler, N. C. Iames C. Holland Olin, N. C. Robert H. Holvfield Ruckforcl, N. C. X ' ernon IIoneycuti, Jr Boone, N. C. Dewey |a( k I Iooks Brunswick, N. C. Ben B. HosKiNS Olin, N. C. Charles Richard Hoskins Suninierfield, N. C. Thomas ]V y I Iouse Charlotte, N. C. Dorothy M. IIoward Fuc|uav Springs. N. C Marion li. Howell Wavnesville, N. C. John Willlvm Hutchinson Lancaster, S. C. Charles Jarvis Winston-Salem, N. C. Warren Rayford Jenks Vale, N. C. Marcabet L. Jones Kannapolis, N. C. Robert E. Kerley North ' ilkesboro, N. C. George C. Ledbetter Ashevillc, N. C. Jac K Alexander Lewis Castonia, N. C. James Boyd Lewis Gastonia, N C. Mrs. Roy Bradford Love Statesville, N. C. a S NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT Pa e Sixty-six SPECIAL STUDEDTS VV. Collins Mahaffee Granite Falls, N. C. William Martin Cramerton, N. C. Charles F. McBrayer Fairview, N. C. Isaac E. Medlin Middlesex, N. C. Donald Paul Millsaps Taylorsville, N. C. Charles Amos Mishoe Conway, S. C. Harry Lee Myers Thomasville, N. C. Eugene Dale Nelson Mooresville, N. C. Richard A. Niewzal Buffalo, N. Y. Finley Rom is Norris Boone, N. C. Lawrence Oliver, 1r Shelby, N. C. W ' lLBER ]. Page Yanceyville, N. C. Ernest Richard Perdue W ' alkeitown, N. C. Clifford ' . Pittman Spruce Pine, N. C. Robert M. Pitts Charlotte, N. C. James R. Pleasant Yanceyville, N. C. Polly Plonk Lincnlnton, N. C. Charles Richards Lenoir, N. C. George R. Roe Sparta, N. C. John Elton Rooks Brunswick, N. C. Stuart Martin Rose Charlotte. N. C. Ralph Henry Scarboro Bessemer City, N. C. Maurice B. Seaver Galax, Va. James W. Sherwood Sugar Grove, N. C. Edward W. Shinn Kannapolis, N. C. John O. Sides Paw Creek, N. C. ALarvin Lee Sides Kannapolis, N. C. Jerry L. Simmons Marion, N. C. RHODODENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Sixty-seven SPECIAL STUDERTS Albeiit C. SpRiNKLt Winston Salem. N. C. Emma Grey Steelman Hain]itiin illc. i . C. Wii 1 lAM S. Stewart W ' iiistun-SaUni. N. C. Keimna Tait Boone, N. C. Robert E. Tkac;ue W ' inston-Salcin. N. C. Robert Haroi.d Thompson Marion. N. C. Thomas E. Timmons Mt. Airy. N. C. Paui.a Beverly Tovvnsend CJreenshoro. N. C. I In 1 Ai i) I Rji ' i.ETT Lenoir. N. C. Phii. H. ' an( e, |r Boone, i . C. loHN- W ' acner Cramerton. N. C. Aaron E. ' iiic:ker W ' inMonSalem, N, C. jA. tEs P. WiiiTE Moorcsville, N. C. Clark Young Minneapolis, N. C. Bii LY T. Zaciiery Mooresville, N. C. i NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT I ' aoc Si. (ve g il HLvAi RHODO D ENDRON OF A-S-T-C Page Sixtyiiitie r " Teachers College, Rppalachian, Of our hearts the joy and pride Lead us ever, lead us onward, Vanguard of the hero ' s side. " Book 2 R t h I e t ic s •■iT OFFICERS Left to R o it Tom Beach Vice-Presidetit Doyle Ayers Treasurer John Kirk Presideiii Dub Akins Sergeaiit-ut-Aniis Bill FIalstead Secretary mED ' S " R " CLUB The Men ' s " A " Cliih is unc of the oldest and most respected oroanizations on the . ]i|xil.ichian caminis. Com|ioscd ot letterwinners in tlic lour inaioi- sports— I ' oothall, baskeihall, wrestHnw, and hasehall-thi ' lUili boasts amoni its membership most ot tlie lietter known campus fii ures amoni; tlie male )X)pulation. Requirinu a stitl initiation h)r entrance, tlie club holds two " 1 lell Da s " per ear. Fhe candidates arise at threc-thirtv in the mornino and o through a whole da in oiitraoeous costumes. com|ilctel at the merc ' ot the A " Ckib members and their sturd maple paddles. " Praise the ' A ' Club " resounds throughout the campus on the appointed day. Showing a much more serious side during the rest of the ear. the " A " Club handles all concessions at athletic events. ser es on the i;ate start ' s, acts as ushers, and keeps order at campus e ents. Last year thev betjan a War Memorial project in honor of members killed durino World War II. This Memorial will take the forin of a club house, and quite a bit of mone has already been realized toward this purpose. At their annual spring outino last year, the members elected John Kirk as this year ' s president; Tom Beach as vice-president; Bill I lalstead, secretary; l)o le . crs, treasurer; and Dub Akins as serocant-at-arms. Page Seieii()liro MEMBERS Bob Allen Doyle Ayers Tom Beach Harry Bowman Fuller Brooks Baxier Bryant Heral n Bryson Doyle Bynum John Caskey R. M. Collins, |r. Ronald Cra ' en William Dulin Francis Essie Dennis Franklin Ted Hagaman Bill Halstead Bruce Harrell Charles Harris Alhert Hiatt Marvin Hoffman Johnny Hollar Charles Hope Jesse Hutchison Danny Jencson Johnny Jones John Kirk Gene Kirkpatrick Bill Long Eugene Lyons Tom Murdock Richard Pierce Preston Powers Walter Ragen Gene Reece Merritt Robinson John Small Max Sparks William LInderwood Jack Walker Ralph Walters Leslie Wey S. B. White Bob Withrow John Withrow C ' Harles Younce Pa e Seventy-three FOOTBRLL SQURD FirsI row. V ' ick Alford, Ralpli Walters. Mai in Ildtlmaii, Pete Mills, Herman Bryson, VVilliain LliulcrwcKid, I ' uller BrcH)ks, D. R. Shusjart, Thomas Murdock. Preston Powers, Manaycr Charles Leith. Second row. William Halstead, John Small, Blois Grissom. John Kirk, Walter Ragan, J. C. Honeycutt, William Dulin, Earl Pennick, William Long, G. R. Guthrie, Kenneth England, Thomas Webb, Manager Dennis Franklin. Tliirct rnw. Thomas Hendrix. Eugene Lyons, W. S. Akins, lames Cantrell. I ' red Boger, Aubrey Fuller, Roger Golden, Richard Nievv al, Charles Harris, Edward White, Johnny C askey. Fourth row. Robert Martin, Leonard Cashion, George V ' inkler, Ben Hunnicutt, R. H. Denton, Robert McCann, Amos Pyalt, Fred Burleson, Jess Lippard, James Albert Hiatt, Dwight Maples, James Green, Don Fletcher, Arthur OldKcld, John Mathis, V ' ilburn Everhart, Dave Pierce, Charles Rhodes, Charles Mishoe, Henry Freeman, Walter Cook, Forest Cook, and Norman Propst. |)|).ihiclii;in . A|)|xil.n.l)iiin . Appalaclii;in . A|i|xiiacliian . Appaiacliian . Appalachian . 23 IS 21 22 33 RESULTS C ' .LiiHoul 12 Appalachian 19 Nowhcriv 7 Appalachian 20 Elon 13 Appalachian 27 Lenoir RIn no . p|)alachian ■ 12 Catavvha 19 19S Atlantic Christian .... 6 Won nine, lost one. hiiior and 1 lenr Western Carolina Millioan 1 lioh Point . . . . 7 63 COACHES r,. C. l)LK;caNS IhiI ' , IjHOOMK I HANCIS 1 looVKIi Iamis Mai.cdmi-: John Kirk Aubrey Fuller Ralph Walters Marvin Hoffman Bill Dulin ]. c. hunnicut John Hollar Dub Akins Tom Murdock Preston Powers Blois Grissom Herman Bryson Pete Mills Fuller Brooks Johnny Caskey Action in Emory and Hcnrv game. Stopvied by Alfred. ' 4 or, Bill. 1 Ialstead C ' liAiiLts IIahris I ()ci;h Golden William LIndi hwood VV ' alteu Racjan Tom Wedu Gene Ly ons Reece SmioAnr Jesse Taylor ISiiL Long Tom IIendhix John Mathis John Small riiii) Roger Earl Pennick Hollars starts over against P.iiitlKrs. Rryson niakliit; vardaoc aijainst Iliyii Point. Don Felton Tom Boyette I 1 ARLEY Cantrell Ken England Claude Eldridce Don Fletcher Ben Hunnicutt Rodert Denton Norman Propst Leonard Cashion Dick Niewtzal Dennis Franklin Wick Alfred Charles Mishoe Charles Leith Brvson blocks; Ragan gallops. " rucntvfour left " — Murdock goes. Glcn Causev. Carl Fidlcr, R. M. Cdllins. jr.. Lcslcv VN ' ev, Charles Hope, George Lancaster, Tom Beach, Ronald Craven, Albert lliatt, Sam Moir, Cliff V ' ev, Emorv Stepliens, Reid Lowder. 5 (cfegroiiii(J: [esse Tavlor, Manager. Fort ' grotiuif: Coach Hoover. nORTH STRTE COnFEREDCE BflSHETBRLL CHRmpions BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Francis Hoover Coach BoIS iSllODML Coach Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Ian. Ian, Ian. Jan. Ian. Ian. Ian. Ian. Feb. I-eb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. C leb. Feb. Feb. 9— Appalachian 13 — Appalachian 1 5— Appalachian I iS — Appalachian I App.dachian -Appalachian 7-Appalachian 10 , |ipalachian I -1 .Appalachi.tii i S Appal. ichian 17— Appalachian 20— Apjialachian 24— Appalachian 26— Appalachian 27- Appalachian 2— Appalachian 4 — Appalachian 7— Appalachian 10— Appalachian 12 Appalachian 14- Appalachian 18— Appalachian 21 —Appalachian 2. — Appalachian 60 42 S7 SS S. SI 74 6S q 41 6.3 4.3 66 66 SS 62 7S 42 49 65 48 74 92 61 ifcrence Tournament 26-Appalachiaii 27- Appalachian 28— Appalachian Milligan SO Carson-Newman iMcCrarv 62 Chatham S4 Berea 4.3 Chatham 46 McCrarv S9 Milligan SI Finn 31 C arson -New man Lenoir Rhvne 70 V ' . C. T. C. 56 Catawba 5 1 E. C. T. C. 47 A. C. C. 46 Guilford 50 W. C. T. C. Elon 44 Guilford 48 E. C. T. C. High Point 54 Lenoir Rhvne 58 Catawba 61 High Point 66 36 47 48 44 58 Flon 4S 60 t atawb.i 48 74 High I ' nim S ' ) Page Seventy-eig}it George Lancaster R. M. Collins Tom Beach Ronald Craven Albert Hiatt Carl Fidler Leslie Wey Sam Moir Cliff Wev Reid Lowder Emory Stephens Jesse Taylor Glenn Causey Charles Hope Pete Coffey NORTH STATE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT The Appalachian Mnuntaincer Basketball Team, after finish- ing the regular season in second place, roared through the conference tournament with championship stvie to capture the North State Conference Title. Defeating the High Point College representation, 74-59 in the final, the Appalachian State Causev all the wav. Cagemcn won the coveted Loop Championship 1 rophv and gained the honor of representing this district in the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament, held each year in Kansas City, Missouri. Te.x sinks a push shot. ir wB l i BRShETBRLL-JRYVEES l elt Id j n: 1 iiiiil row. Hack row. Roberts Don C ' heek CIarrison 1 oM 1 Iendrix John Mathis Johnny Caskey Don Felton Billy Billings Jimmy Billings 1 IaRHV I loPE mos Pyatt I Iarry Barringer Reece Shhcart Bob llen John Small l ' orc ' J,roinnl: Alueri- Johnston C ' OMII IlliOdME 4 " pusIiing-oFF. " Nig " passes into Hope CHEERLERDERS SENIOR SQUAD Lois Eller Mickey Marlowe Ben Goforth Mary Wallace Mary Katherine Wilson JUNIOR SQUAD Jo Brewer Gladys Formyduval Hubert Dancey Dorothy Howard Bob Delaney Rober Lee Pardue Joan Fields Martha Ann Voss Anne Wrenn Kneelins.- Tomick, Jcncson, Uanccv, Recce. Sparks, Scllars, MacLean. Harris. Hanciv. Sccotnl row. Griffith, Cox, V ' ard. Franklin, Joines. Propst, Freeman, Bryson, Lonj;. Third row. Edmistcn. Shaw, Jones, Odum, White, Porter, Brown, Younce, Cook. Foiirt i row. Ambrovich. Cook. Crissman, Hutchinson, Ross, Manager; Nelson, Manager; Tillev, Manager. UURESTLinC SQUAD l)c SCHEDULE L ' -- pp;il;ichian 3S 1 liuli I ' uiiil .• — , ppal;tclii;iii 10 Case 10— Appalacliian 2.- Winston " " ' . 17 .Appahichian 28 I li,yli Point .. 20- Appalachian 29 VV. C. T. C. . Jan. 23— Appalaclii.m 28 Newport i a al Feb. 4-. ppalaciiian .32 V. C. 1. C. . Jan. Ian. Jan. Ian. . .20 . 9 ,10 . 5 . R. W. Watkins Coach Fell. 7— Appalachian 25 Marwillc 8 Feb. 9— Appalachian 9 , iibiirn 22 Feb. 14— Appalachian 22 Daxidson 10 Feb. 28— A|3palachian 27 C hattanoooa 3 March 1-Appalachian 21 V. P. 1 9 March 12 and 13— C ' arolina . . A. LI. 1 oiini.uncnt at Boone March 24. 2S, 26— Southern ()l in|iic Irxotits at Boone Page Eighty-two SERSOn m REVIEUU (wrestling) " Little Red " Watkins, Appalachian ' s master mentor of the mats, viewed his schedule this vear with a shudder. Four slots on the eight man team had to be filled with inexperienced freshmen. Those freshmen buckled down to the task of learnino the grappling game back in October and their excellent showing in the matches thus far this season indicate that the Apps will be blessed with a team of veterans next year. Emil Tomick, Max Sparks, Dann ' lencson, and Chuck Harris, onlv veterans on the squad, have come through with their usual finished perform- ances and to date the Mountaineers have won five while losing only one. Watkins is pointing for his fifth N. C. A. A. U. team championship in the tournev to be held at Appalachian on March 12th and 13th. Tomick, Sparks, and Jencson are plan- ning another crack at National Intercollegiate crowns at Lehigh Universitv in March and are slated for Olvmpic trs ' outs the last of March. Pa e Eighty-three Ktieelins,- Herman Brvsoii, Ciknii Bridges. Leo Cicvcr. Oiliis Lee, Pete Mills, Gene Kirkpatrick. Francis Essie. Second row: Bcilci Pardiie. .Manager; |(ilin Hollar. |iihn W ' itlirow, Bob W ' itlirow, Warren Morgan, Charlie Hall. Dennis Franklin. Manager. Buck row. Charles Hope, Bill Halstead, Te. Craven. Dub Akins. Dovie Avers. BflSEBRLL SQURD FnANCis Hoover Coach I ' m SCHEDULE April 16— E. C. T. C— avvav April 17-A. C. C.-a vay April 20— Elon— a a |irii 23— Guiltord- a va April 24— Lenoir Rlivnc— a va April 26— Catawba— avvav April 28-A. C. C.-Roonc April 29— Guilford — Booiif April 30-W. C. T. C.-avvav A 1,1V l-VV. C. T. C.-awav Max 4— Lenoir Rli ne— Boone i ia H— Ilioh Point— Boone i !a 10— Catawba— Boone iMav 11-IIioh Point a va Mav 12— Elon— Boone Mav 14-W. C. T. C.-Boone Mav 15-W. C. T. C.-Boone Mav 21-E. C. T. C.-Boone Pag e Eig,hty-four % ' -i - 9 - tni- -«te ■ ' fli, ' :-i;- .r ' :-- -■■■: ::; ' oa©Bsj ;.--- ' :s 1947 BRSEBRLL RESUHE The 1947 Mountaineer diamond squad plaxed an ab- breviated schedule due to the inclement weather extend- ing to late in the season. Playino onl ' thirteen games, ten in the North State Conference, the Hoover charges won eight and lost six with six of the wins from loop teams. Odus Lee, fleet little centerfielder, led the Apps at the plate with a healthy .378 average. Lee was followed by leftfielder Bill Halstead with .372 and catcher Charley Hall with .346. The Mountaineer mound corps was led by lanky Doyle Ayers, a portsider who notched two victories against no losses. Tex Craven won two while losing one. During the jiast summer four of the Mountaineers joined the professional ranks and will be ineligible for competition this season— Bill Halstead, Sam Moir, Francis Essie, and 1 ex Craven. During the ' 47 summer session a team was formed, under the managership of Johnny Hollar, on a semi-pro basis. The team was sponsored by Burt Shraker, a local businessman, and won 24 out of 29 games against the best semi-pro competition in this area, tiarley Cantrell blossomed out as a pitcher and fireballed his way to an eleven-won one-lost record. Cantrell is being counted on heavily by new coach Bob Broome in this coming ' 48 season. Big John Hollar, 210 pound first baseman, is being counted on to furnish power at the plate. Pflge M ' l xly- we GIRLS ' " R " CLUB OFFICERS Ml.MBFRS Elizabeth Merbiel Pres ' uleiit 1 ranches Cook Helen Melvin MozELLE Roix;ers Vice-Presuleni June Dinkins Elizabeim Merrill I Ielen Melvin Secretory Lois Eller Mozelle Rodcers liiNE Dinkins Treasurer Adelaide Ciles I Ielen 1 allent uuomEn ' s athletic flssociflTion Ol 1 ICERS June Dinkins I ' reudcui l{uiiv Ijovven lleconliiii Sccrclury Lois Throneburc; Vice-Presideut Mozelle RoDt.ERS rcnsiirer Lou Rankin Correspoinliii Secretary Mary Anne Barreii . . . .liurniiiuraJ Maiuiiier Page Eig ity-sb: Alarv Uptun Andrews, Blanche Ashby, Ruby Bovven, Mickey Bradley, Peggy Andrews, Frances Cook, Adelaide Giles, Joanne Lovill, Helen Melvin, Elizabeth Merriel, Mary Mills, Lucille Mitchell, Carolyn Morgan. Tommy Sue Moxley, Lillian Neal, Delsie Pack, Peggy Plott, Mozelli; Rodgers, Cecilia Warlick, Polly Worrell. Gail Clay, Coach GIRLS ' VRRSITY BflSKETBRLL SQURD The Appalachian sextet completed a successful basket- ball season, winning a high percentage of a heavy slate, in 1948. The group had a nucleus of si.x icttormcn at the beginning of the season, and fresliman material plus scxeral experienced pUners (ormed one of the best post- war teams since this winter sport has been rcsimied. THE SCHEDULE Jan. 10— Wingate— home Jan. 15— Wingate— away Jan. 17— Lenoir Rhync— away Jan. 2J?— Mitchell— away Jan. 24— Kannapolis " Y " — home Jan. 27— Lees McRae— home Feb. 3— Pfeiffer— home Feb. 6— Lees McRae— away Feb. 7— Kannapolis " Y " — away Feb. B-Mitchell-home Feb. 18— Lenoir Rhvne— home Feb. 20- Pfeiffer-away Page Eighty-seven MODERN DANCE CLUB OFFICERS Johnny Albea, Anne Graham Ghace Holufield .Co I ' lesitleitls IWforter JoHNNi ' Albea Ruth Atkinson Ruth Bridges Cabl Flemminc Anne Graham MEMBERS Bill Halstead Elenore Houser Bertha Hemmings Lillian Moore Grace Hollifield Mary Hutchinson Herbert Ingle Mary Mills Phyllis Parker Patricia Piercy BHirr SricELMAN Martha Ann Voss Thomas Weiib Mahy Katiiebine Wilson Martha Ann Voss Delsie Pack Mickey Bradley Bette Brown Adelaide Giles Joanne Lovill FLYING FISH OFFICERS I ' rcsideiit Hi;lln Failent . . Vice-PresiUeiil ]n Eovii.i MEMBERS Helen Melvin Uelsie Pack Mary Mills Mozelle Rodgers Lillian Neal Rita Smith . Secretary . TreasHier I Ihi.en Tallent Lois Thronedurc Martha Ann Voss Pa je Ei htyei ht SOFTBALL r()itv-ei):;ht i irls participiitcd in a Round Robin louinament in SoFtball whieli was held during the Fall oF the ear. SoFthall and s|5eedball seasons were interrupted bch)ie the ' were fmislied because o[ inelement weatlier. VOLLEYBALL A Round Robin tournament in xollesball was held durino the winter quarter. A oroup of sixty Physical Education majors participated in the series of excitino and interesting games. Page Eighlyiihie " RIma nriater, Patron College, Happy memories round thee cling. " Book 3 »}, «v- Margaret Lantz Hdilnr ' ni-Chief ImoCene Moses llusiness Manager THE 1948 RHODODEnOROn EDlTOniAL STAFF Margaret Lantz Editorw-CUiej Anne Graham Associate Editor H. G. loNEs Managing, Editor Sloan Hill Feature Editor Bill Halstead Sports Editor Richard Pierce ..Associate Sports F.ditor Berniece McCombs, ssistiiii( Sports Editor Harriet Shore Senior Class Editor Iames Parks Junior Class Jil«i Lane Heece Sophomore Class Editor Bill Martin Freshman Class Flditor Mary Lou Rankin Typist Violet Harrell Typist Tcu Hagaman I ypist BUSINESS STAFF Imoc.ene Moses Business Manager loiiN r. King ..Associate Business Manager Robert Birke Circii ii(io»i .Mananer ' ernon Ross Typist Mr. V. G. Howell F icii (v Adviser Rogers Whitener Editor-hi-Chief Francis Essie Business Manaoer THE RPPRLRCHIRD EDITORIAL STAFF Rogers Whitener Editor-in-Chief Sloan Hiil Assistant Editor Evelyn Sanders Assistant Editor H. G. Jones Feature Writer Bob Chilton Feature Writer James Parks Feature Writer Collins Mahaffee Feature Writer Lawrence Oliver Feature Writer Betsy Webster Reporter Nina Annas Reporter Fay Sims Reporter Sue Bunch Reporter Martha Ann Voss Reporter Maxine Hawks Rejiorler John Hiatt Reporter June Davis Reporter Jacqueline Gordon Reporter Betty Jo Plyler Reporter Frank Greer Reporter Coleman Hanson Reporter Roberta Critcher Typist Laverxe White Typist Stanley South P iotoorapher SPORTS STAFF Earley Tillev Erfilor Richard Pierce Fenliirc It ' ritcr Charles Riddle Reporter John Bingham Reporter Helen Tallent Reporter Howard Johnston Reporter BUSINESS STAFF Francis Essic Business Manaf er Mozelle Rogers Assistant Business Manager CIRCULATION STAFF Joyce Patton Circulation Manaf er Collins Mahaffee . . Assistatit Circulation Manager Betsy ' Webster . . . .Assistant Circtilation Manager Jane Riner Issistajit Circulation Manager Thurman Freeze ..Assistant Circulation Manager Jim White Assistnut CJrcninlioii Manai cr STUDERT council OFFICERS Luu RuYNE Beal President Carl Fidler ' icc-Presuh ' ut Rachel Ann Vance Ptccorciuii Secretary Beulah Crey Marion Correspotidiiiii Secretary Emil Fomick Treasurer COUNCIL MEMBERS Senior Representatives juiiidr Class Me iibers Soplioiiiore Class Ahnubers Fresliviaii Class Mciuhers Francis Essie Ben CioFORiii 1 AY Snuih Don Cheek Carl Fidler Gene Johnston Emil Iomick Cecelia Warlick I Iarley Jolly Beulah CIrey Mahion Margaret Lantz Rachel Ann Vance Mary Lou Rankin f? : «i «-•• Page Nincly-four Y. m. C. R. OFFICERS Wesley Joines President Leon McLean Vice-President Coleman Hanson Sccrctar ' -Treasiircr Eugene Nelson Chaplain Mr. George L. Sawyer Facidty Adviser MEMBERS Young Allen Worth Frady Isaac Medlin Glenn J. Burneite Dennis Franklin Charles Mishoe Robert Burwell Bruce Harrell Charles Riddle Julian Carr John Hiatt Willie Seaford Don Cheek Gordon Martin Wayne Smith Deward Davis Charles McBrayer Clayton Swicegood losEPH Dixon Robert L. Vick Page Ninety-five Y.UU.C.R. CABlNEr MEMBERS Senior junior President Zoi.a Grev Dixon Jitanma CIhant Vice-Presidenl Mary Lou Rankin Mary I ou Frazier Secretary Erma Dean 1 Ieaener Miriam Moose Treasurer I Iarriet nn Shore Doroi in ' i Iart Proi ratu Chairman Doris Cline C rey Sieelman Chapel Program Chairvuin Mart ha Ann Voss Lillian Neal Social Service Chairman Loii Rhyne Beal Polly Plonk Chorister Margaret Lantz Betty Carter Membership Chairman Sara Frances Weast Margaret Harrill Pianist [Vellie Jarvis Lorene Amos Social Chairman Helen Helton Sue Lisdale Puhlicitv Chairman Beulah Grey L rion Ruisy I L Rn - P(ij;c Nhiely-iix Y. LJU. C. R. MEMBERS Linda Adkins Minnie Lou Allen Lorene Amos Louise Andrews Marv Upton Andrews Nina Annas Adelle Atkins Sarah Bailey Betsy Barber Marv Gage Barber Odelia Barber Marv Ann Barrett Fa e Barrier Lou Rh ' ne Beal Jean Beam Bettv Bernard Bett - Sue Bcrrv Gertrude Binklev E elvn Bishop Dorothv Black Catherine Bost Allenc Bowcn Maroerx ' Bradlev Margaret Braswell Jo Brewer Cozette Brookshirc Alma Broome Bette Brown Bobb ' Lou Brown Irene Brown Ruby Burleson Pegg ' Burris Bettv Busbv Charlene Campbell Jane Cannon Bettv Cantrell Louise Capshaw Mildred Carnes Bettv Carter Ruth Gartner Maria del Castillo Hazel Childers Ruth Clark Doris Cline Betty Cornette Jerry Crouch Inez Dalton Lou Da ' is Helen Dellinoer June Dinkins Zola Grev Dixon Phoebe Dulin Marv Ellen Earp Ellen Edwards Lois Eller Frances England Marv Lou Essie Ga - Ethridge Katherine Farrow Norma Fender Ann Ferguson Rachel Flinchum Eunice Folger Gladvs Formvdu al Louise Francis Lou Frazier Dorothv Gabriel Marv Gardner Georgianna Gettinger Eleene Goodnight Jackie Gordon Anne Graham Juanita Grant , nna Fa ' e I iardin Rubv Hard ' Violet Harrell Margaret I larrill Doroth - 1 lart Fave Ha ' es Erma Deen I leafner Helen Helton Marv Sue Hendren Bett - Hendricks Ruth Hester Eleanor Houser Dot Howard Helen Howard Marion Ellis Howell Jacquelvn Hughes Catherine I lunter Betty Lou In.ihinct Nellie Jarvis Marcia Jenkins Madeline Jenkins Virginia Jennings Brice Johnson Gwendoh n Johnson Helen Joll E ' elvn Jones Madge Jones Sara Bell Jones Earline Keaton Ann King Rub Lea Riser Ruth Riser Margaret Lantz Jackie Laughridge Martha Laws Jo ce Lawson E a Lingerfeldt Imogene Lopp Bobbie Lowder Betsv Lowerv Jo Mabry Marv Sue Magness Beulah Gre Marion Laura Martin Sarah Matthews Nell McBee Alma Maude McCall Berniece McCombs Rita McNeil Pauline McSwain Elizabeth Medlin Margaret Medlin Louise Meroney Ruth A. Miller Lucille Mitchell Sara E ' el n Mitchell Vallie Mitchell Marjorie Mitchem Margaret Montgomerv Ruth Moore Juanita Morrow Imogene Moses Tommie Sue Moxley Fhurlene Murra ' Beth Ogle jovce Patton Nita Pavne Martha Peeler Peggv Peeler Ruby Peeler Elizabeth Pharr Pollv Plonk Jo PIvler Sara Ramsev Marv Lou Rankin ane Rav ane Riner ulia Roberts Shirlev Robinson Ann Rogers Jeanette Ruppe E el n Sanders Izoria Sheppard I larrict Shore Helen Shore Jeanne ShuU Sarah Siegler Fave Sims Maxine Sink Laura Smith Audre Sparger Eva Steelman Gre ' Steelman Doris Swicegood I lelen Tallent Mar Ruth Tax ' lor Sue Tisdale Be crl - Townsend Jonnie Ruth Turner Lucille Vernon Martha Ann Voss Pauline Wagoner Bett ' Walters Cecelia Warlick Eula Watson Doris Waugh Sara Weast Barbara Weaver Betsy Webster Margaret Wellman Nell Wells Y onne Whisnant La erne White Frances Whitener Dorothv Whitesides Ann Williams Wanda Wood Pollv Worrell Ann Wrenn Page Ninety-seven THE CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS Bill Hutchinson President Robert Crissman . . . . Margaret Hopkins Vice-President Connie Coltiiurst Rev. and Mrs. James McKeown Sponsors . Secretarv .Treasurer MEMBERS Betsy Barber Mary Gage Barber Charles Bowers Hubert Dancy Malcolm Clovilf. I AMES Hlhman Sloan Mill Sam Jones Mau rice Seaver Jeanne Siiull Katiierine Smith Louise Tippeit Betsy Webster George Wilson WESLEY YOUTH FELLOWSHIP H. C. [ones OMICERS President Walter Boone - I Aiiv Moss Sccrcinn Trcdsiircr A ' tcePrcbidcnl .Members: Nina Annas, Ira Bingham, Rebekah Boone, Walter Boone. Rubv noucn. Alma Broome, Hugh Con- nelly, Martha Cress, Joe Di. on. James Evans. Knox Gardner. Rubv Godhev. .Margaret Harrill. Dorothy Hart, Erma Deen Hcafner. Helen Helton, Helen Howard. Margaret Hunsinger, Terry Jenkins, Wesley Joines. H. G. Jonc«, Margaret Lantz, Martha Laws, Gene Long. Elizabetli Mcdlin. Ruth Anne Miller. Vallie Mitehcll, Marjoric Mitehem. Nell Moretz, Mary Moss, S. B. Moss. Martha Peeler, Rubv Peeler. Betty PrestwiHxI. Charles Rhixles, Jr., William Scaford, Izoria Sheppard, Maxine Sink. Katherinc Sloan, Betty Sue Stone. Clayton Swieegoixl, Doris Swicegood, Sue Tisdale, Betty Walters, Doris Waugh, Marilyn Welch, V onne Whisnant, Dorothy Whitesides. LUTHERAN STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION Ruby Lea Riser . Edwin Troutman Minnie Lou Allen Dorothy Black OFFICERS President Dorothy Black . . Vice-President Vera Workman . . MEMBERS Dewey Davidson Eugene Lyons Ruby Lea Kiser Edwin Troutman Mrs. R. C. Winebarger . Sccrctary-Trecisiircr Pianist Vera Workman Rev. E. F. Troutman WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Sara Frances Weast President John T. King Secretary-Treasurer Frances Calloway Vice-President Mary K. Hunter Social Service Chairman Bruce Harrell Recreation Chairman Members: Doris Collins, Nina Annas, Billy Alexander, Fred Burleson. James Bradford, Sarah Elizabeth Bailev. Bettv Carter. Betty Cantrell, Charles E. Clontz. Margaret Jean Collings. Peggy Lou Clinard, Tommy Craig, Charles Robert Davis, June Davis, Phoebe Dulin. Early Brvan Eldridge, Henrv Ward Free- man. Willis Knox Gardner, Jessie Giles. Ann Graham, Ross Cireene. Mary Hargrave, Joe Hege. Betty Lou Hollifield, John Brock Horton, Clifton Carlyle Harris. Earnest Stoker Hamilton. Herbert Ingle, Gene Johnston. John T. King, Joyce Lawson, Bill Linker. Jack Luttrell. Leon McLean. Lillian Neal, Emil Oldfield. Pat Piercv. Robert Edmund Robinson, Edna Stewart. Faye Sims, Jimmv Siske, Lee Perdue, Martha Ann ' oss, Thomas ' oss. Peggy Whitesides. Frances WTiitener. Keith Wilson, Robert Yoder, Mary Catherine Hunter, Bruce Harrell. Eula Mae Craig, Jacqueline Grimes, Josephine Grimes. Barbara Kittrell, Elizabeth Pharr, Laura Smith. Frances Calloway, Toddv Rose, Gene Modlin, Joe Bray, Martha Cress, Celeste Ste ' ens, Sara Frances Weast. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL oi lie Ens Doris Cline President Carrie Cole SiiikJuv Schnol Repreieiitativc BiTi V CoRNE ITE Muiic Director Zola Grev Dixon Devoliotial ' icc Prcsiiiciil Ann Ferguson V. U ' . A. President Margaret Ferguson Town Refresentatiic Joyce Gracc Treasurer 11. R. ECGERS Iuanita Grant Sociid Vice Pre- ident Coleman Hanson Fditnr nf ' " mi Grace [ovce Traiiiinii Ihiian Hefreseiiliilire Myrtle Kiker l-idislnienl ' ice President Laura Martin Secretarr Jack Sherwood Extension Director Marjorie Toole Student Sccrelury F(icii (v Adviser FORUM CLUB OFFICERS HALF Grace Joyce President Charlene Campbell Vice President Peggy Burris Secretary Norma Fender Treasurer RuiiY I L RI)Y Piil ' licily Chairman OILKLP.S !-LCClMJ HALI- Alwayne McClure President Frank Greer Vice-President Norma Fender Secretary Carrie I5ess Cole Treasurer Rury I Iardy PtMicity Chairman Pi: I 11 Workman Sponsor Memhers: Marv Ann Barrett. Reiicitah Boone, Pcggv Burris, Ciiarlenc CanipbclL Doris Clinc. Carrie Bess Cole. Fave Counts, Carroll Cooke, Zola Grev Dixon. Norma Fender. Frank Greer, Ruhv Hanlv. Riitli Hester. Portia Hiatt. H. C;. Jones. imcii;ene Moses. AKvavne MeClure, Euyene Modlin. Clidnrd I ' Ili .ihetli Pliarr, ( Jovce, X ' ernon I oss, Audrey Sparger, Bob L. Withrow, John D. V ' ithro v. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Rebekah Boone President Mary Lou Rankin Secretary Doris Cline Vice-President Ruth Hester Treasurer Members: Mary Ann Barrett, E%elvn Bishop, Rebekah Boone, James E. Bradford, Pegsv Burris, Frances Callo- way, Charlene Campbell, Doris Cline, Betty Cornette, Faye Counts, Zola Grey Dixon, Carol Erwin, Norma Fender Annie Ferguson Margaret Ferguson Guvnelle Gentry, Anne Graham, Frank Greer, Anna Faye Hardin, Ruby Hardy ' Bruce Harrell, Helen Helton, Ruth Hester, Verlin Hutchinson, Nellie Jarvis, Gene Johnston, Harley Tollev Grace S. Joyce, Myrtle Kiker, Ruby Lea Riser. Beulah Grey Marion, Eloise Marlowe, Laura Martin, Berniece Mc- Combs, Gene Modlm, Mary Lou Rankin, Audrey Sparger, Eva Mae Steelman, Sue Tisdale, Martha Ann Voss Ihomas Ward, Betsy Webster, Cleo White. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS Habley Jolley President Leo Geyer Vice-President Carrol Cook Myrtle Kiker Recordiiio Secretary RuTii Hester C orresponding Secretary Treasurer Members: Rebekah Boone, James Bradford Hope Brown, Charlene Campbell, Carrol Cook, Betty Con.ette. Faye Counts. Tommy Craig Kenneth Eng and Ann Ferguson, Leo Geyer, Frank Greer, Bruce Harrell, Ruth Hester. Gene J ,hnston Howard Johnston Harley Jolley, Grace Joyce, Myrtle Kiker, Gene Long, Eugene Modlin, Imogene Moses. Elizabeth Pharr. Clifford Pittman, Faye Rhodes, James Templeton, Earley Tilley, T iomas Ward, Barbara Weaver, Katherine Vannoy. MATH CLUB OFFICERS Gene Long President Dorothy Black I ' ubtkilx Cliainnan Howard Johnston Vice-President Or. W ' iucht Sponsor U ' lLLiAM Johnson Secretary-Treasurer I )ii. Montc.omery Sponsor Members: Dorothy Black. Margcrv Bradlcv. Hope Brown, Lewis Biircliam. Charlinc Campbell, William, Carroll Cook, Eugene Cox, Ruby Edwards, William Johnson. Howard lohnston. Jo Kerley, Gene Long. Litton .McCum-. Eloise Marlovye, Gene MtKllin. Flay Sellars, James Tenipletcjn, Farley Tilley, Margaret Ferguson, Nelson Allan. Don Camp. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS I Iarrv S.mith President Jerry Crouch Secrelnry Audrey Bauguess Vice-President Betty Sue Hodges Treasurer Renato Casale Sponsor Members: Nina Annas, Sarah Bailey, Robert Bell, Catherine Best, Margery Bradley, Maria del Castillo, Frances Calloway, William M. Chcrkas, Jr.. Eula Mae Coffey, Jane Conner, Clarice Cooper. Bob DeLaney. James A. Dennis, .Nlaxine Erwin, James Ilampton, Bertha Hemmings, Jack Hooks. Virginia Jennings. Margaret Jones. Fred Maston, Leon McLean, Lawrence Oliyer, John Rooks, Don Seayer, Roger Slupard. lack Snyder. Betty Thompson. Millard Triplett, Martha Ann Voss, Robert Yoder. Page One Hundred Two VERNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Josephine Dockery President Mary Catherine Hunter Secretary Mickey Ramsey Vice-President Beulaii Grey Marion Treasurer Members: Odelia Barber, Gertrude Binklev, Evelyn Bishop, Bettv Carter, Ruth Gartner, EHzabeth Crayton, Martha Cress, Josephine Dockerv. Madeline Edmisten, Jimniic Farthing, Ruby Hardy, Helen Helton, Mary Cather- ine Hunter, Madge Jones, Rubv Lea Kiser, Beulah Grey Marion, Mickey Ramsey, Faye Rhodes, Celeste Stephens, Sue Tisdale, Nellie Grey Webb, Frances Whitener. wrnicion LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS Thomas Craig President Carrie Bess Cole Secretary-Treasurer John W. Hutchinson Vice-President Elizabeth Craddock Casale Sponsor Members: Nancy Black, John P. Brown, Connie Colthurst, Devvard Davis, Betty Jean Farthing, James D. Hamilton, Maxine Hawks, Audrey Hope, William Huffines, Charles Jarvis, Jack Lewis, Evelyn Mitch ell, Elizabeth Pharr, Lane Reece, Roger Shepard, Carolyn Townsend, Rachel Ann Vance, Catherine Vannoy, Josephine Winfree. Page One Hundred Three HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS HuBV I Iakdy President . i CiAuuNUR Secretary Treasurer Inez Dalton ' ice President Miss Bktiv Sue Stone Faculty Adviser Members: Linda Adkins, Minnio Luu Alien, Bcltv Allismi. Frances Allred, al e!h Iin) n. Miss Lucv HrcicI . AU ' ik- Bowen. Peggy Burris, Odelia Barber, Mrs. Lena Hinijhain, I Iclen Brooks, Bettv Bushy, Irene HrDwn. ()Ii e Brooks, Catherine Harnes, V.iw Counts, Elizabeth Cravton, Betty C ' antrell, Dorothy Calton, Alma Casey. Fula Mae Crai«j. Louise C ' lick, Inez Daliun. Jo Doekery. Carol Erwin, Faye Hd vards, Mar - Ciardner, Anna I ' aw Mardin, Margaret I Iiinsinyer. Ciraee I lollifielil, Helen llelion. IUib llardx, Faye Ha ' es. C ' atlierine Irwin, Margaret Job, Buby Lea Kiser. Ann King. Dullie Martin, l.iireia McBr.ner. Mari aret M.ison. Lillian MtK re, Faye Rhtnles, Kaiherine Sloan. Laura Smith, Sue Tisdalo, Lucille X ' enion, |-li .tbeih Warrick, . nne Williams, Nellie Ciray Webb, Margaret ' ellinan, Miss Polly (iordon. Miss .Mad«ie Bh ne, Noniia Fender, FyeK n Si! ers, Miss lietiv S. Sioiie. Celeste Stephens. ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ()nic;ERs Elizabeth Smith President Zoi.a (iui v Dixdn Third Vice Praidenl Maby Nell Farthing Vice-President I ' lioiiii l)ui in Secretary Ruby Burleson Second Vice-President 1 Iaiihii ri Siioiti Treasurer Mrs. Ciiappell V ' ii.son Adviser Members: Edith Allen, Louise Andrews, Dovie Lou Arthurs, Lou Rhvne Heal, Louise Capshaw, Martlia Cress, Clara Ruth Davis. Madeline Edmisten, Lois Eller, Juanita Grant, F.rma Deen Healncr. Marv Sue I lendren. 1 Iclen Howard, Brice Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, Margaret Lant . , ' hna MtC ' all, Marjorie Mitthem, Miidriti Ramsev. 1 oria Sheppard, Mary Ruth Taylor. If U ir IP CiHBlSHN f If miXED CHORUS ViRCHNiA Wary Director Margaret Manninc; Assistant Director and Accompanist John I Ianson Assistant Accoinpauisl OFFICERS Rogers Whitener President Stanley South Vice-President Rachel Ann Vance Secretary-Treasurer Madge Jones Librarian Betsy Webster Reporter MEMBERS Sopranos: Lorene Amos, Nina nnas, Betty Carter, Betty Cornette, Martha Cress, Flelen Dellinger, Dot Gabriel, Eleanor Houser, Nellie Jarvis, Gwendolyn Johnson, Ruby A. Johnson, Helen Jolly, Shirley Robinson, Helen Shore, Louise Tippett, Rachel Ann Vance, and Beverly Townsend. Altos: Margaret G. Bishop, Hazel Childers, Gladys Formy- duval, Georgianne Gettinger, Madge Jones, Annie B. McClure, Mary Moss, Erma Norris, Mary Wallace, Betsy Webster, Laverne White, Marie Willis, Vera Workman, Martha Voss. Tenors: Carl Lane, John Lowery, Brodus Littlefield, Ernest Miller, Charles Nelson, Marvin Sides, Ed Shinn, Sonny Williams, George Wilson, Jack Luttrell, Coleman Hanson, Troy Huskey, Phil Vance, and Max Hager. Basses: Johnny Albea, Walter Boone, Bill Douglas, Karl Fleming, Julian Gault, Ben Goforth, John Fliatt, Claude Jarrett, Arthur Oldt ' ield, Julian Rogers, Hoyt Safrit, Maurice Seaver, Raymond Smith, Stanley South, Edwin Troutman, James Ward, Rogers Whitener, Dane Smyre. Poge One Htnuhed Five RPPRLRCHIRn BRRD OFFICERS Ti i I Iacaman Preaideiit CiiAnrir Johnson SecretaryTreamrcr Johnnie Albea Puhlicily Muniiiier Mr. Gordon Nash Director Douglas B. Archer Drum Major Tnimpels: Jack VN ' alkt-r, Tom C raiy, LScri Gulortli, Fred Council, Martha Council, Macls;e Jones, Jack Luttrcll, Bill Tunnell, Don Warman. Basses: Pete Storic, Sonny Williams, Otis Ledbetler, Marion Butler. French Horns: John T. King, Thomas Hunter, Bettv Inabinet, Nell Norris. Trombones: Gene Modlin, Tom Voss, Grady Moretz, Gene Craven. Clarinets: Edwin Troutman, VV. B. York, George Wilson, Ted Hagaman, Ted Barnctt, Brinlus Littlcficid. Marion Howell, Lawrence Phillips, Mar ' Lee Stout, Ray Stansburv, Di. on Quails, Jean Hopkins. Saxophones: Robert Teague, Martha Quails, Charles Johnson, Margaret Harrill, Lawrence Barden, Warren Clemmons. Baritones: Claude Jarrett, Harry Farthing. Drums: Johnny Albea, Mickey Casev, Irma Norris, Jerry Troutman, Bill Oawford. Majorettes: Ernia Deen Heafner, Chief; Lou Rhyne Beal, Peggy Burris, Violet Harrell, Sara Kirkley, Margaret Lantz. Mr. Gordon Nash Director Pagfi One Hundred Six Mr. Gratis Williams Director PLRYCRRFTERS OFFICERS Beverly Townsend President Howard Johnston Vice-Presiileiit Anne Graham Secretary-Treasurer Grace Holltfield Editor of Playhill Memhers: Johnny Albea, Nina Annas, Ruth Atkinson, Betsy Barber, Robert Birke, Marjorie Bishop, James Blevins, Catherine Bost, Bobbie Nell Brown, Sue Bunch, Betty Busby, Marion Butler, Wylie Carr, Imogene Covington, Jerry Grouch, Hubert Dancy, Jo Dockery, Maxine Erwin, Georgianne Gettinger, Anne Graham, Frank Hall, Maxine Hawks, Grace Hollifield, Mary Hutchinson, Charles Jarvis, Eugene Johnston, Howard Johnston, Jo Kerley, Barbara Kittrell, Carl Lane, J. R. Littlewood, Frank Lowe, Sue McGrady, Elizabeth Medlin, Margaret Montgomery, Lawrence Oliver, Jr., James Parks, Norman Propst, Charles Rhodes, Julian Rogers, William Ross, Don Seaver, Maurice Seaver, Hillard Tripplett, Beverley Townsend, Catherine Vannoy, Barbara Weaver, George Wilson. Pa e 0)ie Ihindred Seven LOVILL DORMITORY DORMITORY COUNCIL FIRST QLIARTER Ann Ferguson President Francis Calloway Floor Representative Laverne White Floor Representative Monitors: Clarice Cixiper, Bettv Sue Berrv, Dorothy Gabriel, Eleanor llouser, Margaret Jones, Patricia Piercy. SECOND gUARTER Ann Ferguson Preside it Dorothy Gabriel Fluor Representative Margaret Braswell Floor Representative Monitors: Margery Braillev. Juanita Grant, Durothy I lart, Ruth Moore. Delsie Pack. Peggy PIntt. A a BATON CLUB OFFICERS Erma Deen Heafner Leader Sara Kirkley Vice-President PrX ' .GY BuRRis President Louise Capsiiaw Secretary Treasurer Betty Cornette Reporter Members: Marjo ' -ie Bishop. Jo Brewer. Peggy Burris. Louise Capshaw, Betty Cornette. Jackie Gordon. Violet Harrell. Erma Deen Ilealner. Sara Kirkley, Sarah Matthews, Bcrnicce McCombs, Phyllis Parker, Jo Plyler, Johnnie Ruth Turner. Frances V ' hitener. Page One Hundred Eigjit Pflge One Hundred Nine (( Friendships dear and games of laughter fill their mead of treasure bring. " Book 4 ' F e a t u r mflY DRY 1947 An historical panorama ol music and dance entitled " The Old North State " was presented Ixd ' ore the May Court and spectators. Ihe Varsou ianna C ' luh, the Modern Dance Cluh, and two choruses directed hy the music department joined hands to pr() ide a jiro- gram which is to become a traditional one it Appalachian State 1 eachers College. C teene L oociniani May Hiiecii oDorid L ii ine Maid-of-I loiiur Page One Hundred Thirteen Louise Meroney Cleo Whhe Betsy Webster Senior Attendant Senior Attendant Senior Attendant Norma Fender Mary Gardner ]itnior Attendant Junior Attendant Page One Hii i(ire i Fourteen rl lau cJDui f , ttenclanu Jackie Gordon Junior Attendant Madeline Jenkins Freshman Attendant Rita McNeil Sophomore Attendant Catherine Farrow Sophomore Attendant Margaret Montgomery Freshman Attendant Page One Hundred Fifteen SEniOR SUPERLRTIVES Ted I I.u-.AMAN Most Uandsoiiie Eleene Osborne Goodnight Most Attractive Cirl Carroll Cook M ' st hitcUiocui Earley Tilley Most Likely to Succeed Leo Geyer Most Versatile June Dinkins Most Athletic Girl Fuller Brooks and John Kirk Most Athletic Men Gene Reece Most friendly Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges Lou Rh ' ne Beal Rebekah Boone Carroll Cook Zola Grey Dixon Francis Essie Carl Fidler Ben Goforth Eugene Johnston I Iarley Jolley Margaret Lantz Mary Lou Rankin Rachel Ann Vance Rogers Whitener John D. Hiatt No PicUire CRmpus SUPERLRTIVES atki aru a[henne l wilion j is ' s : j jnihich ' nni Most ' iiliiiil le Pagfi One Hundred Eighteen CRmpus SUPERLRTIVES Mr. Api ' iihichiini cJLoii Ciller Most Popular .■ ■ ' ' ,f 1 i B i k Pnge Ohe Hun dred Nineteen s r ondord RHODODENDRON STAFF Airs. Cor F. Lantz Marc;aret Lantz Editorin-Chicf Mrs. O. W. Moses Imogene Moses Business MiiJiager } ' aae One Hundred Twenty s r onSord APPALACHIAN STAFF Jane Ray Rogers Whitener Editor-in-Chief Mrs. Francis Essie Francis Essie Business Manaoer Page One Hundred Twenty-one s T onAorA STUDENT COUNCIL Mrs. Elliott Beal Prciulcni Y. W. C. A. A rs. Giiniic D ' lxnn Zola Grey Dl on Prcs ' ulciit Pfloe One HiiiKfred Twenty-two s r ondord SENIOR CLASS Gertru de Binkley Earley Tilley President JUNIOR CLASS Michael Goforth Ben Goforth President Page One Hitiidred Twenty-three » -S mondord SOPI lOMORE CLASS Wayne Walters Raipii Walters FRESHMAN CLASS Mrs. K. G. Cheek Donald McCiin Cheek Pn ' s ' uL-iit Paae One Hundred Twenty-fotir EXCLUSIVE RHODODENDRON PHOTOGRAPHY BY STANLEY SOUTH Boone, N. G. Rdvertisements Page One Hundred Twenty-five GATEWAY CAFE " Quarterback Club HcaiUiitarU rs " Fine Food to Suit Your Taste C. K. Marion, Owner PHONE 5-J BOONE, N. C. Conipliniciifs of FARMERS HARDWARE CO.. Inc " Everything in Hardware and Associate Lines " BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Meet Your Friends At CAROllNA PHARMACY PHONE 47 BOONE, N. C. REINS-STURDIVANT OF BOONE, Inc. Funeral Directors and Licensed Fmhalmers Phone 24— Day and Night boone, north carolina Rhins-Stuhdivant Mutual Burial Association, Inc. North Wilkesboro, Boone, Newland, West Jefferson, Sparta, Lenoir, N. C. Page One Hundred Twenty-six ANGELS CAFE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Student ' s Home OPEN DAY AND NIGHT J. Coon Creed, Pi •uprietor PALMERS aTUDIO TJ OONE HOTO SERVICE D N. C. 309 WEST MAIN COMPLETE ROLL FILM SERVICE— CAMERA REPAIR ENLARGEMENTS— SUPPLIES PORTRAITURE— APPLICATION PICTURES BOONE DRUG CO. " The Rexall Store " W. R. Richardson 0. K. Richardson G. K. Moose Owners THE HOME OF A. S. T. C. SKYLINE RESTAURANT " Boone ' s " Newest and Most Modern BOONE, N. C. BELK-WHITE CO BOONE, N. C. The Home of Better Values THE BIG DIPPER On The Corner ICE CREAM Bill Wilson SANDWICHES Roy Marsh Page One Hundred Twenty-seven We Are Headquarters for Clothing and Shoes for A. . . L . . Hunt ' s Department Store Boone ' s Favorite Department Store MILK IS HEALTHY Grade " A " Hillside Products at — Better Stores, Cafes and Hotels QUALITY BUTTER, BUTTERMILK AND MILK RICH IN BUTTER-FAT HILLSIDE DAIRY Telephone 44 BooNi:, N. C. " Your Leading Dairy " Home-Owned and Home Operated Page One Hundred Twenty-ei ht -f College Book Store Student Headquarters SCHOOL SUPPLIES— LUNCHEONETTE W. R. COTTRELL H. J. COTTRELL Theresa Hollars Rachel Greene ■f Page One Hundred Txvenly-nine BOONE FLOWFR SHOP " Flowers For All Occasions " students Headquarters For Flowers Aidliurizcd Member of Flvritit Telcyruph Delivery Service Phone 214-J Boone, N. C. RAY ' S BARBER SHOP " FOUR GOOD BARBERS WITH WIDE EXPERIENCE " S. G. EGGERS REAL ESTATE BROKER We Buv and Sell Real Estate Rentals Compliments of Watauga Hardware, Inc. " THE FRIENDLY STORE " Boone, North Carolina APPALACHIAN SODA SHOPPE NKXT TO THKATRK College Sfiuhiits Ahctni. ' Wdnniie TOASTED SANDWICHES COFFEE— DRINKS Z. M. KdONTZ Hill Fitzckuald BOONE BODY SHOP REBUILDING WRECKED BODIES OUR SPECIALTY Expert Refinishing Austin E. South, Proprietor A GOOD START IS HALF THE BATTLE WATAUGA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSDCIATIDN Bank Building Boone, N. C. BARES FAIR STORE " QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR THE COLLEGE CAMPUS " We Are Exclusive Dealers in Iloone F ' or Jarman Shoes Phone 111 Boone, N. C. Pa e One Hundred Thirty HIGHLAND[R MOTOR COMPANY, INC. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales and Service PARTS jyiO IT AR ACCESSORIES Factory Engineered and Inspected Craven Furniture Company Complete Home Furnishings Main Street Phone 95 BOONE, N. C. Compliments of THE FASH ION SHOP " Clothes For College Girls " BOONE, N. C. GOODDIGHT BROTHERS " Serving Piedmont Area " Gastonia Boone Newton Pa e One Hundred Thirty-one Cotnf)Iimenfs of [uuis mmm associates Johnson City, Tennessee PAT S GRILL Courteous Service STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS TASTY SANDWICHES DRINKS Bert r Shrake, Ma-naqer Pasfi One Hundred Thirty-two DAN! £ I BOONE HOT Ft " In the Mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway " Dining Room Service Elevation 3333 Feet J. B. McCoy, Manager BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise m RIVER LIGHT D POWER COMPM Appalachian State Teachers College Boone, North Carolina H -5- DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO TEACHER TRAINING FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH r r Full Summer Quarter h Compliments of £oUUru}. Qompmuj HICKORY, N. C. Pfloe One Hundred Thirty-three Boone Tire i Bargain Store Furniture Electric Appliances BOONE, N. C. HOLLARS GROCERY FRESH VEGETABLES, LOCAL AND WESTERN MEATS, FROZEN FOODS, FANCY GROCERIES, FEEDS J. E. Huffman B. W. Ellis DANIEL BOONE CABIN " FINE STEAKS CHICKEN IN THE BASKET " ON BLOWING ROCK ROAD Reece AND Dean, Proprietors APPALACHIAN THEATRE BOONE, N. C. " Everybody Liken Boone " The Economy Shoe and Ready-To-Wear Store COMPLETE LINE OF READY-TO-WEAR Shoes Featuring Joyce and Other Well Knoirn Brands June Russell, Owner Phone 36 Boone, N. C. Compliments of The Northwestern Bank W. D. Farthing, Cashier BOONE, N. C. WALKER ' S JEWELRY STORE WATCHES— DIAMONDS General Li)ie of Jewelry Will C. Walker, On-ner BOONE, N. C. MADDUX SERVI " COMPLETE SERVICE I ESSO CE OR YOUR CAR " Dealer Willys-Jeep Page One Hundred Thirty-four Campus Clothes For College Men McGregor botany holeproof marlboro ALLEN-A TAYLOR-MADE ENGLISHTOWN CHENEY TARHEEL TOGS The Alen ' s Store Serving . . . The Carolinas, Tennessee, and Georgia with UNEXCELLED MOTOR BUS SERVICE SAFE ECONOMICAL CONVENIENT COMFORTABLE QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS Charlotte, N. C. Pfloe One Hundred Thirty-five PET ICECREAM a Aeei (fot£ ' PET DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY JOHNSON CITY, TENN. ScMrafftS T if Nation ' s Leading dandies " ON SALE AT GOOD STORES EVERYWHERE $1.00 - $1.75 Morgan Bros., Tnc. Wholesale Distributors 67 Broadway, Asheville, N. C. feand is Delicious Food ENJOY SOME, EVEKY DAY! Compliments of GEiRAL SHME PRODUCTS CORPORATION Manufacturers of HIGH QUALITY BRICK AND CINDHR BLOCK JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE WILSON ' S FEED STORE Lairo a ind Purina Feeds SURGE JAMESWAY BARN EQUIPMENT MILKING MACHINES— FARM SUPPLIES GRASS SEED— FERTILIZER PHONE 146-J BOONE, N. C. faffi One Hundred Thirty-six CREST STORES CO. Boone ' s Modern Shopping Center " Service with a Smile " Joseph Conn, Manager BOONE, N. C. Home Jewelry Store Watch Repairing WATCHES— DIAMONDS— GIFTS BOONE, N. C. Barnett fTlotor Co. PONTIAC CARS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS G. D. Barnett Lester Carroll BOONE, N. C. Todd ' s ESSO Service WASHING, GREASING. TIRES, BATTERIES Next to Post Office Phone 9105 Boone, N. c. Watauga Democrat " Established 1888 " R. C. Rivers, Oivner BOONE, N. C. Hillards Little Market FROZEN FOODS, DRESSED CHICKENS MEATS AND GROCERIES SANDWICHES AND HOME COOKED MEALS Smithefs Department Store Boone ' s Largest New Daylight Store Dry Goods, Groceries, Feeds, Poultry Visit Our Lunch Room NewtOQS Department Store Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At Popular Prices BOONE, N. C. Page One Hundred Thirty-seven COLVARD ' S, INC AUTO PARTS and CHEVROLET COMPANY i -h -h " A Friend of the College that Serves the College " Boone, North Carolina Page One Hundred Thirty-eight PARKWAY COMPANY HARDWARE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Phone 46-J Boone, N. C. Compliments of VlOVllZ CAFE " We Appreciate Your Patronage " Located Next To Pastime Theatre Boyd Blanton, Proprietor Compliments of B. W. STALLINGS " Your College Jeweler " BOONE, N. C. Watches — Diamonds — Jewelry BOOnE TRRIL CRFE " WESTERN STEAKS ARE OUR SPECIALTY " Ralph Hartley, Owner Phone 9110 Boone, N. C. OBSERVER Page One Hundred Thirty-nine oAutographs i V ' j ■. " Jf :a k i ' ' . V ' - ■J? i

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