Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC)

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CATAWBA UB«AR Y 1 INFORMATION SYSTEM 3 4538 00217 8340 CATAWBA COLLEC LD 801 .C425 A43 1945 c.l ■; ' ,■ ■ r : i 1 ' t v — ■ ' The Corriher-Linn-Black Library Catawba College Frances Decker Wentz ' -. .!.■ . BE3BK iV Editor-in-Chiej Cecile Rowe Business Manager James Hobson ■ " ■-■■ -v ■■■— ' ■.■. ' H» Published by Junior Class Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C. Down in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, deep in the forests of the Carolinas, once dwelled a tribe of red men. Strong men — strong in body; and wise men — wise in the ways of the forest and of life itself. By their cunning, their strength, and their wisdorh was given them the right to live, the right to live by the dashing muddy waters of a river which they called the Catawba. " For thev weft J the Catawba Indians. East was their parent nation. But forces between the parent and the wbas stood alone, tilling the soil, huntjjjg, fishing their land they in fifteen hundf sfrind se eni nine, until seventeen hundred and sixty, they were constantly bothered by attacks from the tribes of the North. And these attacks, aided by smallpox, brought to them by the White Man, brought forth their downfall. From such a people have we inherited our name, a name that is a rich and glowing heritage, that echoes with the glory of a mighty natJErtfTof a tribe of red skins who will never really die. And so, with a sense of the magic of the past, and with sense of pride and hope in the future, we give you our ffVAKl r wnich means — " We are mutual friendk. " Ma our braves shjput these words to the enemy so that they shall rihg for JSjrjNiifi J cAi4ie. And may we on the home front repeat them, a living djf SS Kthe referf Catawba Indians. c .■•-. " ■■■ ' ' ■■ J-c L ' ut u teuJLent . Dr. Alvin Robert doors of Catawb cate o present great. P§y future el, who entered the lass of ' 46, we dedi- de Catawba ' s J-nO C WIIS LilLtXc For advice in social or scholastic matters, it is to these. our Deans, that we turn. Their ever-present willingness to help has made us seem truly a part of Catawba. Dr. Lyle Willhite Miss Elisabeth Scranton Dean of Men Demi of Women Associate Professor of Economics Associate Professor of History and Business Administration Dr. Raymond Jenkins Dean of the College Professor of English M .± in Ike I Dr. Rice . . . watches ... II parle francais . . . Dr. Howell . . . Bobby . . . bugs . . . bones . . . bacteria . . . Mr. Smith . . . pipes ... the old green bag . . . Er spricht Deutsch . . . Dr. Faust . . . chapel programs ... " Is that Cia tiJOU right or i sn ' t it? » _ _ _ Dt Wentz . . . movies ... the " ology " man . . . Mr. Fix-it . . . Dr. Ramsey . . . H 2 S0 4 • • • C. O,] • • • C.H-.OH. ;%W V hrf ! ■ Mr. Ha ' dley . . . Education . . . our candidate for " Pin- up Professor " . . . Professor Thomas . . . music com- poser . . . ideal husband . . . British . . . Mrs. Thomas . . . our celebrity . . . pianist . . . " Chr-r-ristopher! " . . . Scotch . . . Dr. Braun . . . Physics . . . Faculty Wedding . . . seeing stars! . . . Dr. Dearborn . . . Registration . . . Katy and Ralph . . . blue eyes . . . Calculus . . . Dr. Gray . . . We cook and we sew . . . French . . . Coach Kirkland . . . everybody ' s pal . . . Martha . . . championship teams. Miss Kraiss . . . Ginger . . . Danish Gymnastics . . . generous . . . Mr. Taylor . . . eligible bachelor . . . stu- dent recitals . . . voice . . . Miss French . . . petite . . . practice house . . . Home Ec . . . Mrs. Busby . . . Lights! Curtain! Action! . . . energetic . . . Dr. Douglas . . . cokes and cheesecrackers . . . our " letterman " . . . Miss Wehr . . . eight o ' clock classes . . . " Queen of the Typists " . . . Miss Black . . . " How does your garden grow? " . . . charm . . . Mrs. Douglas . . . Florence Nightingale . . . " Sweet and Lovely. " l£4 ' i s M • ' -■■ Rev. Whitener . . . bills . . . money . . . keys . . . Dr. Reed : . . read . . . " Book Hour " . . . Mrs. Wentz . . . stately . . . congenial . . . library . . . Mrs. Miller . . . Navy wife ... Dr. Keppel ' s right-hand-man . . . Nancy Jo . . . Mrs. Cabell . . . our candidate for " Pin-up-Lady ' ' ... the twins . . . gracious hostess . . . Miss Anderson . . . " Ma Andy " . . . house-mother . . . Miss Knox . . . short curly hair ... hot rolls . . . steak ... the dining hall . . . Miss Tucker . . . alumna . . . Registrar ' s Office . . . " Tucker " . . . Mr. Calloway . . . handy-man . . . Suite 13 and 15, Claremcnt . . . repairs. M in ime wiawam,£ ataWi ba . . . .. ftct rant iteat fifscsX ' iSP iijfi " 5 S8k5 President Calvin Koonts Vice President Melvin Hamm Secretary Nell Harden Treasurer Betty Chapman we ve tea died ike toy . . . ?? 15 Frances Elizabeth Arthurs B.S. Salisbury, N. C. Class Treasurer 3; Blue Masque 1, 2, 3; Student Christian As- sociation 4, President 4; Band 1, 2; I.R.C. 3, 4; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Concert Series Committee 3. X yeiiLO ' zS Lillian Glay Barrier, B.S. Salisbury, N. C. Pioneer 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Com- mercial Club 4; Lutheran Stu- dent Association 1, 2; Y.W.CA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Honor Roll 3. 16 Sarah Jane Binkley, Hagerstown, Md. Class Secretary 3; Pioneer 3, 4; Say akin Senate 3, 4, Secretary 3. Presiden Masque 3, 4; Seymour Scientific C Epsilon 3, 4. Secretary 4; Y.W.C. Secretary 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, Vice ident 3; I.R.C. 2. 3, Secretary 2; Choir Who ' s Who 4; Hcncr Roll 1. 2, 3 Edna Earle Cameron, A.B. Salisbury, N. C. lass Secretary 1; Senate 4; Pioneer 1, 2, 3. 4, ociate Editor 4; Sayakini 3; Phi Epsilon W-C.A. 3; Methodist Fellowship 1; der 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4; Sponsor May Court 3. 17 Betty Lenora Chapman. A.B. Old Orchard, Maine Class Treasurer 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; Pi Mu Kappa 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Seymour Scientific Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. X edicts Frances Pauline Corriher, B.S. China Grove, N. C. Sigma Pi Alpha 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3. 18 MM suHm Willie May Cowan, A.B. China Grove, N. C. Pfeiffer Junior College 1,2; Sigma 4. ARGARET LUCILLE CrANFORD, B.S. Salisbury, N. C. on ijpteident 3; Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- 3; W4 .A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice sJ4@B4 ji 5; Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 4; .W.C.A. 1, 2; May Court 3. 19 Virginia Maye Dedmon. A.B. Salisbury, N. C. Totem 2, 4; Pioneer 2, 4; Saya- kini 4, Blue Masque 2, 4; Com- mercial Club 2, 4; Pi Mu Kappa 1, 2; W.A.A. 1; Yearick Speech Award 2. -S zzyeittatj Carolyn Hutchins Dewey, A.B Spencer, N. C. Furman University 1, 2, 3. 20 Doris Jean Garmon. A.B. Concord, N. C. 1 j j Melvin Thomas Hamm, A.B. Hanover, Pa. Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2 Sigma . P Alpha 4; Seymour Scientific Club [Pioneer 2; Totem 2; Adelphians 1, 2, 4. Vice %£ President 2, 4; Junior League 4; Y.M.C.A. 2, ' t Secretary-Treasurer 2. 21 ■•• ' ' X V. - Joseph T. Hammond, Jr., A.B. Philadelphia, Pa. Senate 4; Boys ' Dormitory Com- mittee 4; Adelphians 4, Presi- dent 4. A CIlLOtA Nell Harden, A.B. Salisbury, N. C. Pioneer 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Class Secretary 2, 4; Sayakini 3; Tom- Tom 2; Commencement Marshal 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. President 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. Treasurer 3; Phi Epsilon 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer 3; Junior League 3; Who ' s Who 4. 22 James Marcellus Hobson. A. Salisbury. N. C. Blue Masque 3, 4; Pioneer 3, 4; Sayakini Business Manager 4; Writers ' Club 3, 4, Fjresf ident 4; I.R.C. 3, 4, President 4; Juki League 4, President 4; Who ' s Who 4; Catawba 4; Honor Roll 3. v Junia Evelyn Keppel, A.B. Salisbury, N. C. Hood College 1; Class Vice President 3; Senate 3, 4, Vice President 4; Blue Masque 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Sayakini 3, Editor 3; Tom-Tom 3, Co-Editor 3; Catawba Says Hey 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4; ir 3; YW.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Epsilon 3, 4, President 4; Commencement aifehal 3; Sponsor Soph-Senior 2, 4; Who ' s WhoJ3, 4; Miss Catawba 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; ay Court 2, 3. 23 Mary Yorke Kluttz, B.S. Rockwell, N. C. Pioneer 3, 4; Sayakini 3; House Committee 3; Blue Masque 3; A.B.C. 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Commercial Club 4, Treasurer 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Youth Fellowship 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. s • t£ Jones Calvin Koonts, A.B. Lexington, N. C. Class Vice President 4; Pioneer 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Sayakini 3; Totem 1, 2, 3, Editor 3, Student Adviser 4; Senate 4; Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3; Blue Masque 1, 2, 3, 4; Commence- ment Marshal 3; Sima Pi Alpha 3, 4, President 4; Writers ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 2, 4; Junior League 4; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; A.B.C. 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Youth Fellowship 3; Who ' s Who 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Rebecca H. Frantz Essay Award 3. 24 Alice Virginia Lang, A.B. Wilmington, Del. Sayakini 3; Pioneer 2,3,4; House Committ, 3; Seymour Scientific Club 3, 4, Secreta President 4; Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Vice Pre, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, n chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice PresiM 3, President 4; Junior League 4; Commen ment Marshal 3; Honor Roll 1; Who ' s Who 4 cca Sue Leonard, B.S. Lexington, N. C. itiheer 4; Commercial Club 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; ' .W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 25 ;£ £ L ■r ■ " .. fcjf.Vvi Lynn McBride, B.S. Marshville, N. C. Mitchell College 1,2; Pioneer 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4. XX George Harold Myers. A.B. Hagerstown, Md. Class President 1, 2; Senate 1; Blue Masque 1, 2. 4; Sinking Fund Treasurer 2; Boys ' Dormi- tory Committee 4; Sayakini 4. Associate Editor 4; Adelphians 1, 2, 4; Y.M.CA. 2; Who ' s Who 4. 26 ■-- Wanda Holt O ' Daniel. A.B Spencer, N. C. W.C.U.N.C. 1; Blue Masque 2, 3, 4 3, 4; B.S.U. 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4. Hilda Roberts Peeler, B.S. Salisbury, N. C. mmencement Marshal 3; Commercial Club 27 Hi H ■ Mary Sue Phillips, B.S. Camp Hill, Pa. Pioneer 3, 4; Blue Masque 2; A.B.C. 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4; Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Y.W. C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. A CIllCtA Thurman Poston, A.B. China Grove, N. C. Adelphians 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Writers ' Club 3, 4; Junior League 4; Blue Masque 4. 28 ■ •■ Nan Ratliff, B.S. Morven, N. C. Queen ' s College 1: House Committee 4; Horn " Ec. 2, 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 4. v Betty Anne Sharpe, A.B. Lexington, N. C. Pioneer 2,2 4; Totem 2; Sinking Fund Treas- 4; f.W.C.A. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 4, Treasurer 4; B.S.U. 3, 4. 2 .. .L 29 Rose Stoner, B.S. Lexington, N. C. House President 4; I.R.C. 3; Home Ec. 2, 3, 4. -N eitLCt Hinda Ida Troutman. B.S. Salisbury, N. C. W.C.U.N.C. 1; Blue Masque 3, 4; Totem 4; Pioneer 4; Commercial Club 4; I.R.C. 3. WlLBURN DAVAULT WlLLIA Granite Quarry, N. Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2. Amy Fry Wolf, A.B. Salisbury, N. C. Mu Kappa 2, 4. 31 MP AT .■..•■.■■■. u t lUL atom i 1 m the co tuet . . . . HHP 33 President Cecile Rowe Vice President Wanda Taylor ' ) f Secretary Bonnie Stahl Treasurer Mary Butner Armstrong Barrier Barringer Blevins Brown Butner Cooke Everline Fisher Foreman Fowler Gaddy M. Haden C. Haden Hall Lamb nil istS Rosa Lee Armstrong Betty Jean Barrier Katherine Elizabeth Barringer Bonnie Haskell Blevins Robert Brown Mary Elizabeth Butner Jean Hazard Cooke Lewis Edward Everline Jean Pearl Fisher Bronnie Efird Foreman Patillo Fowler Margaret Helen Gaddy Ethel Mae Haden William C. Haden Virginia Shaver Hall Martha June Lamb 34 Margaret Evelyn Little Jean Elizabeth Livengood Robert Chester Lowe. Jr. Virginia Lanier Marsh Maud Walton Miller Chigusa Okawa Doris Overman Gladys Irene Patterson Goldie Jean Peeler Lorraine Fodell Robertson Cecile Elizabeth Rowe Nellie Gray Rutledge Bonnie Gene Stahl Martha Jean Swanson Wanda Renee Taylor Jane Turner Little Livengood Lowe Marsh Miller Okawa Overman Patterson Peeler Robertson Rowe Rutledge Stahl Swanson Taylor Turner 11 ilS ' C.i 35 akinq ant eal£ (I .,- ' , US 1 i Hf: President Evelyn Faust Vice President Mary Elizabeth Yoder Secretary Bessie Greer Treasurer Elouise Cheek auwnri tltc ? WL4C 37 3» Alice Austin Doris Beck Mary Ellen Benson Clyde Biggers Annie Blankenship Jean Bradfute Lois Brown Dorothy Carriker Elouise Cheek Anne Clement Nancy Delozier Mary Emily Efird Louise Ellington Evelyn Faust Elizabeth Frieze avHem0te 38 m mas LCiMa Ray Gobble Anne Goodman Bessie Greer Ruth Hay Betty Sue Hedrick Feme Hefflefinger Frances Howard Valia Hutchins Clarine Ingold Robert Johnston Robert Kluttz Iris Leonard Nancy R. Leonard Aileen Lipe J. W. Loy, Jr. CL ci.i.i 39 9kV38» Grace Lyerly Lorene McKenzie Edith McPheters Earl Michael Ruby Miller Kathleen Morgan Betty Morton Jack Myers Jean Osborne Richard Peeler Sarah Peeler Marion Pitts Patricia Proctor Mary B. Raker Helen Ra -mer c cvkemcce 40 1«I mss» T w Max Ritchie John Settlemyre Nancy Sides Frances Sikes Peggy Smith Sara Smith Jean Thomas Jean Thompson Helen Tussey Edwin Van Poole Jean Wandel Robert Wilhelm Ruth Wilson Mary Beth Yoder K laa 41 £ £ " sn c 4-t tlie taat ■■; ' ■■ ' -- : - 4 . 4 Jl President Vice President Charles Gabriel Ed Edmiston Secretary Treasurer Anne Honeycutt R. A. Bost a r the ladder . . . i) 43 BHT.lSiletMLJM Aldena Abernathy Anna Bonds Andrews Barbara Louise Apple Betty Jo Atwell Donnell Jones Bain Ruby Lee Ballard Mabel Pauline Barnhardt Alex Samuel Barringer Shirley Anne Bayne Leonard Elliott Beal Betty Sue Bennett Peggy Louise Bennett Annerl Bivens Ray Asbury Bolick Julia Elizabeth Bowman cl USA 4 Allie Ray Boyce Virginia Lois Brinkley Henry Cowles Bristol. Jr. Susie Rebecca Brittain Ray Edwin Brown Sara Evelyn Brown William Paul Burney Mary Ruth Callaway Hazel Alten Canady Beverly Cauble Richard Albright Cheek Betty Marie Clark Charles Adorfus Clements. Jr. Natalie Ann Coggin Vernon Odell Coley Abernathy Andrews Apple Atwell Bain Cheek Clark Clements Coggin Coley Conrad Coon Ballard Barnhardt Barringer Bayne Beal Cooper Cornelison Coward Cox Craver Crowell N. Dixon S. Bennett L. Bennett Bivens Bolick Bowman L. Dixon Dorton Dougherty Drum Dry Earnhardt Edmiston Boyce Brinkley Bristol Brittain R. E. Brown L. Everhardt D. Everhart N. Everhart Fisher Flocken Forbes Fries S. E. Brown Burney Callaway Canady Cauble Frye Gabriel Gminder E. Greer R. Greer Grubb Hagar Wk 1948 Nancy Darr Conrad Hoke Coon. Jr. Betty Jean Cooper Peggy Joyce Cornelison Sarah Ruth Coward Miriam Joyce Cox Myra Jean Craver James M. Crowell. Jr. Jo Nell Dixon William Lee Dixon Marion Lamar Dorton Arlene Jane Dougherty Colleen Drum Doris Eugenia Dry John Jerry Earnhardt Ed Gray Edmiston Donald Lee Everhardt Mary Doris Everhart Mary Nell Everhart Sara Virginia Fisher Jean Grace Flocken Barbara Jean Forbes Joseph Nelson Fries Lewis Thurman Frye. Jr. Charles Alvin Gabriel Albert Borden Gminder Donese Elizabeth Greer Grace Rebecca Greer Sarah Caldwell Grubb Essie Theo Hagar ••V- L Lau S Elizabeth Frances Hardee Edward Madison Heath Howard Milton Heath Emily Anne Honeycutt Rebecca Honeycutt Robert Franklin Honeycutt Charlotte Margaret Johnston Mary Ella Ketner James Thornton Koontz Martha Lou Lefler Henry Clay Lentz Louise Fagg Leonard William Lester Lomax Betsy Brown Love Jacob Martin Lyerly Margaret Blanche Matze Martha Sue McCarn Joanne Elayne McCauley Edith Adele McCombs Mildred Marie McDaniel Robert C. McDaniel Kathryn Freda Miller Alice Nell Mills Sarah Phoebe Misenheimer Barbara Anne Owen Erma Beta Pinkston Bill Murray Poole Doris Marie Porth Joe Durwood Powlas Robert Paul Propst Hardee E. M. Heath H. M. Heath A. Honeycutt R. Honeycutt Owen Pinkston Poole Porth Powlas Propst G. Pulliam F. Honeycutt Johnston Ketner Koontz Lefler D. Pulliam Reeves Reynolds N. Richardson C. Richardson Rogers Saleeby Lentz Leonard Lomax Love Lyerly Satterwhite Shoaf Sides Sigmon Surratt Taylor Thomason Matze McCarn McCauley McCombs M. McDaniel Thompson Thornburg Van Hoy Waggoner Wakefield Walters Warren C McDaniel Miller Mills Misenheimer Weant Weller Welmore Willis Wilson Zimmerman 1948 A udrey Gray Pulliam Dorothy Pulliam Betty Jean Reeves Violette Roberta Reynolds Elizabeth Camilla Richardson J. N. Richardson. Jr. Freda Aileen Rogers Alfred Amin Saleeby Fred Burgin Satterwhite Melvin Ernest Shoaf Bettie Jane Sides Christine Inez Sigmon Donald Lee Surratt Byron Clay Taylor. Jr. Sam Finley Thomason Robert Albert Thompson Doris Evelyn Thornburg Robert Lee Van Hoy Gilmer Young Waggoner, Jr. Carl Fredrick Wakefield Jack Douglas Walters Marvin Oather Warren Owen Weant Jean Frances Weller Norma Jean Wetmore Barbara Jane Willis Betty Jean Wilson Patty Zimmerman : - ' -■-■■ - ' ■■■ £V t e wieel axavLu i camw Editor Cecile Rowe Business Manager James Hobson 1L 1945 Within these pages lie the records of one year, a year spent at a college that is dear to each of us. Within these pages lie the memories that have become so great a part of us that we have found it necessary to make them something concrete, something to which in the future we can turn, something which will give evidence to the fact that even though the world was torn asunder by fierce war in this year of forty- five, Catawba was here — a symbol of the great America in which we live, a symbol that we, her youth, will continue to live and love and learn. Our yearbook is small. But do not measure its value by its size. For Catawba of ' 45 is small; yet her strength is great. And her strength reaches out and grasps the hands of the boys and girls whose 50 faces grace the pages of another yearbook written with blood, but which has a theme of peace. We could not give you our Sayakini without mentioning the names of some of the individuals who have helped to make it possible. We say thanks to Mr. Bellis of the Salisbury Post, to Mrs. Wingfield of Oestreicher ' s, and to Dr. Wentz of our own faculty. And lastly we, Cecile and Jimmy, say thanks to our staff who have helped us to make the " Sayakini of ' 45 " the book that we wanted. The Staff: Editor, Cecile Rowe; Associate Editors, Harold Myers, Wanda Taylor; Feature Editors, Bonnie Stahl, Jean Peeler; Girls ' Sports Editor, Virginia Hall; Boys ' Sports Editor, R. A. Bost; Photog- rapher. Dick Peeler; Business Manager, James Hobson; Assistant Business Manager, Virginia Dedmon; Typists. Pati Fowler, Jeanie Swanson; Faculty Adviser. Mrs. Bruce Wentz. YTM tTK B cuatt President Sarah Jane Binkley Vice President.. Junia Keppel Secretary _ Cecile Rowe Treasurer.. Betty Sue Hedrick Advisers.... Dr. W. L. Willhite. Coach G. Kirkland Senators... .....Edna Earle Cameron Evelyn Faust Joseph Hammond Melvin Scarlett Charles Clements 52 ue Adviser Mrs. John Busby yLuaue President Junia Keppel Vice President Cecile Rowe Secretary Virginia Hall Treasurer Pati Fowler Executive Committee :Dorothy Carriker Calvin Koonts Bettie Sides Wanda Taylor 53 CL it President, Nell Harden; Secretary, Mary Sue Phillips; Treasurer, Mary Yorke Kluttz. Members: Betty Barringer, Mrs. Milton Braun, Evelyn Brown, Ray Brown, Betty Hardee, Lewis Everline, Jean Flocken, Reba Freeland, Bessie Greer, Anne Honey- cutt, Aileen Lipe, Jean Livengood, Jake Lyerly, Martha Sue McCarn, Joanne McCauley, Kathryn Miller, Wanda O ' Daniel, Jean Peeler, Richard Peeler, Sarah Catherine Peeler, Doris Porth, Melvin Shoaf, Nancy Sides, Chris- tine Sigmon, Sarah Smith, Professor Harry Taylor, Jean Frances Weller, Jean Wetmore. Accompanist: Mrs. Christopher Thomas Director: Professor Christopher Thomas 54 J- he (yicnee EDITORIAL STAFF Editor, Nell Harden Editorial Staff: Sarah Barringer, Sarah Jane Binkley, R. A. Bost, Edna Earle Cameron, Jean Craver, James Eanes, Evelyn Faust, Jean Flocken. Pati Fowler, James Hobson, Val Hutchins, Clarine Ingold, Robert Johnston, Charlotte Johnson, Alice Lang, Louise Fagg Leonard, Jean Livengood, Betsy Love, Dick Peeler. Jean Peeler, Nellie Gray Rutledge, John Settlemyre, Betty Ann Sharpe, Bonnie Stahl, Jean Thompson, Doris Thornburg, Jane Turner. ft 31 53 « t BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Calvin Koonts Business Staff: Frances Arthurs, Lillian Barrier, Allie Ray Boyce, Elouise Cheek, Miriam Cox, Vir- ginia Dedmon, Bronnie Foreman, Beth Yoder, Mary Ella Ketner, Mary Yorke Kluttz, Robert Kluttz, June Lamb, Alice Lang, Martha Lefler, Nancy Leonard, Rebecca Leonard, Lynn McBride, Mary Sue Phillips, Doris Porth, Darlene Redding, Hinda Trout- man. 55 HAv yhi C potion President, Junia Keppel; Vice President. Alice Lang; Secre- tary, Sarah Jane Binkley; Treasurer, Margaret Cranford; Adviser. Miss Helen Kraiss. Members: Edna Earle Cameron, Betty Chapman, Evelyn Faust, Virginia Hall, Nell Harden, Betty Sue Hedrick, Mary Yorke Kluttz, Jean Peeler, Cecile Rowe, Bonnie Stahl, Wanda Tavlor. 56 ' j -rcme C ccusiiilc l L lun President, Rosa Lee Arm- strong; Vice President, Rose Stoner; Secretary, Kathleen Morgan; Treasurer, Mary Svk Phillips: Advisers, Miss Katheeine French, Dr. Cora Gray. Members: Frances Arthurs, Alice Austin, Doris Beck, Bonnie Blevins, Mary Butner, Pauline Corriher, Margaret Cranford, Nan Ratlin " , Frances Sikes. J J -J! J£. - — 0 L B -1 v.. — A II I ?? I I . ' ■ HI ' 1 Ifejlk 4 v - T in ■. o Jfe President, J. M. Hobson; Vice Presi- ident, Jean Peeler; Secretary- Treasurer, Junia Keppel; Adviser, Dr. W. L. Willhite. Members: Sarah Jane Binkley, Melvin Hamm, Nell Harden, Calvin Koonts, Alice Lang, Richard Peeler, Thurman Poston, John Settlemyre, Bonnie Stahl, Louise Tucker. 57 ijrw.c • V — -- i I President, Mary Sue Phil- lips; Vice President, Wanda Taylor; Secretary, Elouise Cheek; Treasurer, Lillian Barrier; Adviser, Mrs. Charles Howell. Members: Lillian Barrier, Betty Barringer, Sarah Jane Binkley, Allie Ray Boyce, Evelyn Faust, Clarins Ingold, Mary Ella Ketner, Mary Yorke Kluttz, Alice Lang, Aileen Lipe. Grace Lyerly, Mar- garet Matze, Edith McCombs, Kathryn Miller, Maud Miller, Nell Mills, Sarah Misenheimer, Betty Morton, Gladys Patterson, Jean Peeler, Sarah Catherine Peeler, Doris Porth, Dorothy Pulliam, Gerry Rahill, Betty Ann Sharpe, Bettie Sides, Jean Frances Weller, Barbara Willis, Mary Elizabeth Yoder. -J-delv iiaiU President, Joseph Hammond; Vice President, Melvin Hamm; Secretary- Treasurer, Lewis Everline; Adviser, Dr. David Faust. Members: Alex Barringer, Richard Cheek, G. Harold Myers, Thurman Poston, John Settlemyre. 58 -■■ ' •■.■■.■■ ' ' " :■ LtLi.{cilL ( lltLMLdll ■ AOCLU LLC II President, Frances Arthurs; Vice President, Clarine In- gold; Secretary, Elouise Cheek; Treasurer, Jean Fisher; Advisers, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Braun. Methodist Officers: C o w 1 e s Bristol, Aileen Lipe, Frances Sikes, Dr. W. L. Willhite. Lutheran Officers: Kathleen Mor- gan, Doris Beck, Freda Rogers, Anne Honeycutt. Baptist Officers: Betty Morton, Ethel Haden, Betty Anne Sharpe, Professor Harry Taylor. Reformed Officers: Joseph Ham- mond, Gladys Patterson, Clarine Ingold, — ntetiiiitieiii.il v Cela£i(m£ i tuo President, James Hobson; Vice President, Jean Fisher; Secretary - Treasurer, Jean Osborne; Advisers, Dr. David Faust, Dean Elisabeth Scranton. Members: Frances Arthurs, Sarah Jane Binkley, Lewis Everline, Ethel Haden, Mary Sue Phillips, Thurman Poston. 59 36 1 Vuteu ClJ ill President. James Hobson; Vice Pres- ident. Jean Thompson; Secretary- Treasurer. Virginia Marsh; Advisers. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Jenkins. Members: R. A. Bost, Evelyn Faust. Calvin Koonts. Thurman Poston. Cecile Eowe. he J- still 1 1 Editor: Virginia Marsh. Editorial Staff: Miriam Cox. James Eanes, Evelyn Faust. Anne Honey- cutt. Charlotte Johnston. Perry Le- feavers, Cecile Rowe, Jean Wandel. Lois Wandel. Business Manager: Robert Johnston. Business Staff: Sarah Barringer, Robert Lowe. Virginia Dedmon. Hinda Troutman. Advisers: Professor Russell F. W. Smith. Calvin Koonts. 60 m ciiimut c cceftLL-rtc iuh President, Alice Lang; Vice Presi- dent, Clarine Ingold; Secretary, Betty Chapman; Treasurer, Mary Bowyer; Adviser, Dr. Milton Braun. Members: Sarah Jane Binkley, Dorothy Carriker, Dr. C. Harold Douglas, Donald Everhardt, Joseph Fries, Doris Jean Gannon, William Haden, Virginia Hall. Dr. Charles D. Howell, Robert Johnston, Earl Michael, Chigusa Okawa, Richard Peeler, Sam Thomason, Edwin Van Poole, Robert Wilhelm. fyi s I in l awva Pr esident, Betty Chapman; Vice President, Gladys Patterson; Secre- tary, Sarah Barringer; Treasurer, Betty Sue Hedrick; Adviser, Dr. Charles Howell. Members: Dorothy Carriker, Bronnie Foreman, Richard Peeler, Amy Fry Wolf. Gl BKMB ttmtfS CZZ iama ■ —htyiiu President. Calvin Koonts: Vice President. Bessie Greer: Secretary - Treasurer. Betty Anne Sharpe; Advisers. Dr. Carlton Rice. Professor Russell F. W. Smith. Members: Sarah Jane Binkley. Edna Earle Cameron. Pauline Corriher. Willie Mae Cowan. Lewis Everline. Doris Jean Gar- mon. Ray Gobble. Ethel Haden, Betty Sue Hedrick. Clarine In- gold, Richard Peeler. Marion Pitts. Thurman Poston. Darlene Redding. Cecile Rowe, Wiltrude Smith. Helen Tussey. .. irrt-, V L- SIIIUICzCLlIL L IUP President. Lillian Barrier: Vice President. Jean Fisher: Secretary. Ruth Hay; Treas- urer. aIary Yorke Kluttz; Advisers. Miss Florence Wehr. Mis s Louise Tucker. Members: Jean Cooke. Virginia Dedmon. Pati Fowler. Rebecca Leonard. Lynn McBride. Betty Morton. Hilda Peeler. Darlene Redding. Hinda Troutman. Jean Thompson. Xancy Leonard. 62 IVJUHKA! ■ Ife iiCzcttes BRONNIE FOREMAN, Chief PEGGY CORNELISON PATRICIA PROCTOR C llCCt J—CuXct Chiej, HELEN GADDY; Edna Earle Cameron, Ann Coggin, Jean Craver, Jean Forbes, Lorene McKenzie, Cecile Rowe. 63 4 ate watyatk H r Sj ' T t " -.»r .-» " " « ' ' -.. J . avziote 99 id Coach G0RD0X KlRKLAXD Assistanr Coach Paige Graham Once again, after dropping football in ' 43. the Indians put on their war paint and took to the warpath. " With the ex- ception of Carroll Bowen. ace blocking back, the Indians ' starting line-up con- sisted of ten freshmen who had never before played college ball. In almost every game these men went to battle with the odds against them. But when the gun was fired at the end of the final game, they emerged with six victories to their credit against three defeats. All Back Captain Bowex Back Dortox Hfl a ! ' ■ ■wiiiii iMB End Greexlaxd Tackle Edmistox Back Gabriel the credit for this victorious season does not belong to the team. A great deal must go to the football mentors, Coach Gordon Kirkland and Assistant Coach Paige Graham, who gave Catawba a fighting spirit, the will to win. In the intial game of the season, the Tribe met a Navy team from Emory and Henry. The Indians came through with a 6-0 victory. Bost, fullback, bucked the touchdown over in the second period behind a fighting Catawba line. On September 30. at Lexington, Va., in a hard fought battle, the Indians upset the heavily favored V.M.I. Cadets 7-6. In the third quarter Catawba trailed 6-0. But Charles Gabriel flipped a pass to Caroll Bowen for the tally, and Lamar Dorton ' s kick was good. This was the Cadets ' Homecoming Game. October 7 saw Tribe facing Tribe. The Newberry outfit, consisting of Navy V-12 men, proved to be Tackle Clements Center Eanes «s h ■ ' M Center McDaniel M Guard King End Marklin Back Bost Guard Earnhardt X ■ ' 53% ' 57 .; „ 7 ' J£r r 3 • 22 - ' Front row, left to right: Howard Heath, Lamar Dorton, Frank King, Elliott Beal, Cowles Bristol, Carl Wakefield, Richard Cheek, Bill Poole, Jake Lyerly, Perry Lefeavers, William Dixon, Jack Walters, James Eanes, Second row: Paul Burney, William Greenland, Vernon Coley, Fred Satterwhite, James Walser, Paul Marklin, Melvin Shoaf, Jack Taylor, Clyde Biggers, Robert Van Hoy, Charles Clements, Ray Bolick, Joseph Hunt, Robert McDaniel. Third row: Ed Edmiston, Hoy Correll, Harold Moffit, Charles Gabriel, Robert Honeycutt, Edward Heath, Hoke Coon, Jerry Earnhardt, R. A. Bost, Carroll Bowen, James Hill, Henry Lentz. another tough team. Newberry got off to a quiet start in the first few minutes of play. But the Indians settled down; and, led by Bowen, rolled up a 34-14 score. Bowen and Burney each scored twice; and Eanes and Greenland received credit for recovering a fumble, for another, with Dorton converting four times. In the hardest fought game of the season, the Indians dropped a heart-breaker to a stronger State team by the score of 12-7. This was probably the best game they played all season. State moved ahead in the final minutes of the game after connecting with several passes. Bowen scored the Tribe ' s only touchdown on a pass from Gabriel in the opening psriod. The entire team played " bang-up " ball. The following Saturday brought the Indians back to Shuford Field for Homecoming, with Presby- terian as the opposition. The Tribe came through with a 19-0 victory. Catawba ' s first tally came when McDaniel intercepted a Presbyterian pass and streaked forty yards to score. A touchdown heave from Gabriel to Greenland, and a line buck by Burney from the one yard line, climaxed the scoring. HH With the odds against them, Catawba invaded the haunts of the powerful Fort Monroe Gunners. Aided by swiftness and a fighting spirit, the Indians came out on top 26-0, with Bowen scoring twice, Burney once, Gabriel once, and Dorton racking up two conversions. On November 4 the Tribe took their sixth victory in seven starts by scalping the Richmond Air Base 33-0. With Edmiston and Eanes leading the forward wall, the backs had little trouble. Burney smashed over twice, Beal once; and Gabriel ' s touchdown passes accounted for two more. Milligan set the Indians back by the score of 20-13. When the game ended, Catawba had the ball on Milligan ' s twenty. Two passes from Gabriel to Greenland, one in the opening period, and one in the final, accounted for Catawba ' s scoring. In the front line Jerry Earnhardt played a great game for a losing cause. On Thanksgiving Day, the final game of the season, the Indians were again defeated by a mighty Charleston Coast Guard team 14-7. Although they were outclassed and outweighed, the Tribe played an inspired brand of ball. Marklin, who played an outstanding ball game, scored Catawba ' s lone touchdown by blocking a punt in the end zone and covering it. Eanes also played great defensive ball. The two high scorers for the season were Carroll Bowen with forty-eight points, and Paul Burney with thirty-six. Captain Bowen brought glory to the Indians by being placed on the All State Team. Hats off to the warriors of ' 44. They have ended a successful hunting season. Back Lefeavers Back Beal Back Burney 69 Co-capiains Carroll Bowex James Walser BASKETBALL SQUAD, first row. left to right: Charles Clements. Robert Van Hov. Jack Tavlor. James Walser. Paul Marklin. Ray Bolick. Carroll Bowen. Second row: John SetTlemvre. Charles Gabriel. Howard Heath. Perry Lefeavers. Lamar Dorton. James Hill. Paul Burner. Walter Rov Sigmon. Repeating the act of " 44. the tribe again wound up its basketball season as champions of the North State Conference. Besides winning sixteen out of their twenty-game schedule, the Indians placed three men. Carroll Bowen. Paul Marklin. and Bob Van Hoy, on the All-Conference team. They also captured the honor of being the first team in the Little Six to go undefeated in conference play. High scorer for the season was Bowen. ace forward, with 243 points. The Tribe scored a total of 906 points against their opponents ' 651, to give them an average of 45.3 points per game, while their opponents had 32.5. 70 $ a 1945 RECORD Catawba. .. . 43 Winston Air Base.. ... 35 Catawba... . 37 Catawba... . 53 Winston Air Base.. ... 25 Catawba... . 48 Catawba. .. . 35 U.N.C ... 67 Catawba. . . . 40 Catawba... . 57 Wofford ... 32 Catawba. .. . 50 Catawba- . 53 Guilford ... 28 Catawba... . 32 Catawba... . 35 N. C. State... ... 31 Catawba... . 30 Catawba... . 47 High Point— ... 31 Catawba.. . 33 Catawba... . 53 Wofford - ... 37 Catawba.. . 56 Catawba... . 57 Elon ... 37 Catawba. . . 47 Catawba. . 53 Appalachian ... 30 Wake Forest 33 Elon 13 Guilford 12 Lenoir-Rhyne 23 N. C. State 36 U.N.C 64 Lenoir-Rhyne 32 Appalachian 23 High Point 21 f2 Mc oiicutam 1 cu President, Carroll Bowen; Vice President, Clyde Bridgers; Secretary-Treasurer , Charles Clem- ents; Adviser, Coach G. A. Kirkland. Members: Elliott Beal, R. A. Host, Paul Burney, William Dixon. Lamar Dorton. James Eanes, Jerry Earnhardt. Ed Edmiston, Charles Gabriel, William Greenland, Frank King, Perry Lefeavers, Henry Lentz. Paul Markin, Robert McDaniel, Jack Myers, Fred Satterwhite. John Settlemyre, James Walser. 7i, ] ie uiaiAai a - Athletics hold as much interest for the maidens as for the braves in the Catawba Camp. Sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association, individual and team sports are held throughout the year for the purpose of promoting good sportsman- ship and physical health. In the course of a year, four games — hockey, soccer, basketball and tennis — are classified as major sports. And for participating in any one of these a girl receives one hundred points. Any minor sport, volley ball, softball, archery, or hiking, gives a participant seventy-five points. Upon gaining a total of one thousand points a girl earns her letter and automatically becomes a member of the Monogram Club. This year only four girls comprise the membership of this club. They are: Mary Yorke Kluttz, Rebecca Leonard, Cecile Rowe, and 72 tribe at plan . . . . v Virginia Hall. Additional points entitle the participant to receive stars, bars, and, the highest award, a white woolen scarf with a small monogram. Not all of the Women ' s Athletic Association activities are confined to the court and field. Throughout the year various social entertainments mark the calendar. In the fall, hikes and weiner roasts are enjoyed. In the spring, the highlight of the year, the annual banquet, is held for the purpose of awarding monograms, stars, scarfs, and electing officers for the coming year. OFFICERS AND CABINET MEMBERS President, Mary Yorke Kluttz; Vice President, Pati Fowler; Secretary- Treasurer, Evelyn Faust. Cabinet Membeis: Margaret Cranford, Rebecca Leonard, Bessie Greer, Virginia Hall. Adviser: Miss Helen Kraiss. - " ] . ' L ah met 73 HErata ,V.- ' , ' » ' vi- : : PrfnMTlfTli u o-6-e ManM-,aut tuk no lead, « 4 • - ■ ■ L tf IM . ; Miss Junia Keppel . . . friendliness . . . tall and stately . . . the stage . . . painting . . . wisdom . leadership . . . athletic . . . gracious. 76 wmm Mr. James Hobson . . . intelligent . . . writer . . . drama . . . leadership . . . personality ideal host . . . attractive. yl Lt. L afawa a JAMES HOBSON EDNA EARLS CAMERON " v i ALICE LANG CECILE ROWE JUNLV KEPPEL i ▼ HAROLD MYERS rasmrai! ' JEAN CKAVER PATTY ZIMMERMAN " NANCY DELOZIER iP c untie J- SARAH GRUBB SF I . ' ■: ' ■-■ ■ . " Ji I tl 7 rtcte ana llietc Willi Way down South . . . Mr. Burlington, the Educated Toe. Sharp Shooter . . . Our Indian Chief . . . Stacked-up . . . Poor bicycle . . . The Wolf and the Dreamer . . . The Flower of Pennsylvania . . . Freshmen Week ' s Huck Finn. 82 out iaiLciw an % 1L ?? ave£ The Queen and her Court . . . Have a peanut! . . . Smoke Sir Walter Raleigh Modest? . . . Hell Week . . . " Autumn Nocturne " ... " I Dream of You " . Coming down the home stretch. 83 STUDENTS WHOSE CLASS PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR IN ANNUAL Freshmen R. A. Bost James Ashby Eanes William Greenland Wayne Grubb James Hill James Monroe Hodges Catherine Hoffner Lois Wandel Walter Dean Hughes Franklin King Imogene Ladd Perry Lefeavers Paul Marklin Harold Moffitt Gerry Rahill Sophomores Sarah Elizabeth Barringer H. L. Blackwelder Mary Olivia Bowyer Mary Emma Hanson Joseph Graham Hunt Mary Marshall Murphy William Luther Noell, Jr. Darlene Redding James Eugene Walser Juniors Carroll Bowen Reba Freeland Lucille Lyerly Walter Roy Sigmon Seniors Wiltrude Smith Flonnie Holt James K CATAWBA COLLEGE located in the beautiful piedmont section of North Carolina, stands as a symbol of American liberal arts education, amid a compelling atmosphere of Christian culture. Catawba College : Founded 1851 : Salisbury, N. C. ■fa Completing nearly a century of significant service, she now addresses herself to the gigantic task of training leaders for the work of w in Id reconstruction. ■jt Confers B.A. and B.S. degrees — Accelerated Program — Distinguished Faculty — Attractive Campus and Physical Plant — Special Provision for returning Veterans. Write for Pictorial Bulletin and 1945-46 College Catalogue ALVIN ROBERT KEPPEL, Ped.D., LL.D.. Preside,, ARNOLD ' S ' Your Guide to Better Fashions " 108 South Main Street Salisbury, N. C. Compliments of BELK-HARRY CO. SALISBURY, N. C. Compliments of GREER HARDWARE CO. SALISBURY, N. C. Compliments of BAMBY BAKERS PHOTOGRAPHS for the SAYAKINI B y . OESTREICHE STUDIO ROWAN PRINTING COMPANY SALISBURY, N. C. A COMPLETE BOOK STORE Printers of The Pioneer The Totem The Bom-Tom " For Anything Electrical " WALTER CARTER 126 North Main Street PHONE 242 NORMAN INGLE CLASS RINGS 116 North Main Street SALISBURY, N. C. 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