Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC)
- Class of 1952
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CATAWBA LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM 378.756 C281S 1952 4 The Swastika 3 4538 00093 6806 fj CATAWBA COLLEC LD 801 .C425 A43 1952 c.l V? ■ }i % f lj v_ LIBRARY of CATAWBA COLLEGE GIFT OF Class of 19 3 For Reference NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THIS ROOM iaTawu GsitffcE librae wm " -: ' ••■■ ' ■ sag? mm . ea t xi 1952 SRYRKIfl CAUWll C UG£ LIBRARY ■ " ■- : ' : ' ; : ■ ' ■■: 5Bfc ' j%Ki«E SONNY ALLEN, Editor CARL FINK, Business Manager i- -M zy: ot catawba collece sa TO BEGIN WITH . . . This has been a year at Catawba which we shall never forget. There were long lines in the chow hall, and everyone seemed to have eight o ' clock classes. We did, however, make friendships that will never die — and we beat Appalachian. Let us hope most of all, though, that we have gained something with which we can build an unending path of service with our FOOTPRINTS IN THE SANDS OF TIME. conTEms • Classes page 16 • Athletics page 84 • Activities page 60 • Features page 96 • Advertisements page 10-4 T I t r •I H 3£3v pp I - flLmfl ihhter Down in the verdant Southland High on the Piedmont plains, There ' s a tower that is piercing the heavens And a campus of fond memory lanes. Higher than the walls of man ' s making Are the thoughts of my sojourn there; Brighter than the sun upon waking Are the friendships time cannot outwear Fair Catmcba, My Catawba Symbol of life and right; We, thy sons and daughters Hail Thee, Queen of light! Rich and glorious be thy future World of influence wide. MPS) And with us, who bear thy culture May thy precepts and spirit abide. life 3r 9WW ; ,v ■ HOKE RK w " 5 SRa M . ' ! :- : : 5 V l »tM;. ! ' saes s . " ►iiViiiiHisS ■■ ' " % -. : • ■■■, . . .■ " 7 ■ " ' fi ■v ' .-a ' ■ £ -flfoSft M 00WV miss jRniE priDERSon . . . FRIEND, COUNSELOR, CHRISTIAN DEDICRTIOn Jo rf l66 sjanie Arnaerson . . . ... A LADY HELD IN THE HIGHEST ESTEEM, WHOSE HONESTY AND INTEGRITY ARE A WORTHY EXAMPLE TO CATAWBA, AND WHOSE FAITHFULNESS IS ADMIRED BY ALL, WE DEDICATE THE 1952 EDITION OF THE SAYAKINI. WE EXTEND OUR HEARTFELT THANKS AND OUR VERY BEST WISHES TO ONE WHO SYMBOLIZES THE SPIRIT OF CATAWBA— " MA ANDY. " 11 A. R. KEPPEL, LL.D. President To the 1952 Graduates of Catawba College, Dear Friends: Your graduation from this institution is an achievement of which you may justly be proud. Please accept my heartiest congratulations and my very best wishes. The diploma which you will receive represents documentary proof of the successful com- pletion of your college course of study. But significant as is this certificate, the real proof of your college experience is still yours to demonstrate. And such demonstration is not confined to four years or to forty. It is limited only by your entire span of life. 12 I RDmmiSTRRTion The technical knowledge which you have gained here at Catawba will no doubt stand you in good stead in many ways. But, again, if such represents the sum total of your learning, your college experience has been in vain. My hope is that you have gained much more; and that in this intangible area of " much more " you have discovered and set for yourselves a task — a task worthy of a lifetime of service. The world today needs men and women who can think clearly and who can prove their compe- tence in their respective occupations or professions. But of a far more desperate urgency is the world ' s need for men and women who are honest with themselves and with others, who are motivated by the ideal of service rather than the lust of selfishness, and who are wise enough to seek out for themselves a cause great enough to die for and therefore great enough to live for. If I could leave with you but one thought worthy of remembering for all time, it would be this: Man by himself alone can achieve nothing of a permanent worth or even of transient signifi- cance. Therefore, if you would try to prove the worth of your college experience and if you really want your life to count for most, you must first and always believe in God and tune your life to His Will and His Way. Integrity, humility, and Christian courage must be your guide- posts and service to Him and to your fellows must be your ultimate goal. As you start on such a journey, I earnestly pray for you God ' s blessing and Godspeed. Most sincerely, A. R. Keppel President Raymond Jenkins, Ph.D. Dean of Faculty and Professor of English Donald C. Dearborn, Ph.D. Dean of the College and Professor of Mathematics Elisabeth R. Scranton, M.A. Dean of Women and Professor of History David J. Sessoms, M.A. Dean of Men and Director of Student Activities CflTMIlBO FACULTY FIRST ROW: Nita Andrews, Ph.D Professor of Romance Languages Betty Barbour, M.A Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth McDonald Black, M.A Assistant Professor of Education Milton L. Braun, Ph.D Professor of Physics and Mathematics Virginia Query Clark, M.A Associate Professor of Home Economics Lilyan Colson, M.A Assistant Professor of English Lucile Epperson, M.M ., .Assistant Professor of Music SECOND ROW: David Earl Faust, Ph.D Professor of Bible and History Mary V. Fisher, B.S Reference Librarian Katherine French, M.A Associate Professor of Home Economics George William Greene, M.A Professor of Social Science and Director of World Government Institute John Corbin Hadley, M.A Professor of Education Burnet M. Hobgood. M.F.A Associate Professor of Drama and Speech Hansel L. Hughes, M.S Associate Professor of Chemistry THIRD ROW: Reid Jann, M.A Registrar and Director of Admissions Gordon A. Kirkland, A.B Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Mary Emma Knox, B.S Dietitian Helen B. Kraiss, M.S Director of Physical Education for Women Clair W. Naylor, M.A Associate Professor of Mathematics Edmond Bruce Newell, M.S Associate Professor of Biology Mary Cathryne Park, Ph.D Associate Professor of English and German FOURTH ROW: T. L. Patrick, Ph.D Professor of Education George Garfield Ramsey, Ph.D Professor of Chemistry Lulu Ruth Reed, Ph.D Librarian and Professor of Library Science Marion M. Richards, M.A Associate Professor of Physical Education for Men wffift FIRST ROW: Robert F. Spangler, A.B Instructor in Physical Education for Men and Head Football Coach Margaret M. Stewart, M.A Instructor in Biology Christopher J. Thomas, A.R.C.M., M.R.S.T Professor of Music Winifred Macbride Thomas, I.R.A.M Associate Professor of Piano Lyder L. Unstad, Ph.D Associate Professor of Commerce Florence A. Wehr, B.S Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science Annye Elizabeth Welch, A.M Assistant Professor of Mathematics SECOND ROW: Bruce A. Wentz, Ph.D Professor of Philosophy and Psychology Frances Decker Wentz, B.S Assistant Librarian Lionel A. Whiston, Th.D Associate Professor of Religion Marvin D. Wigginton, A.M Assistant Professor of Music Millard F. Wilson. MA.E Associate Professor of Commerce Tanie E. Anderson Acting Bursar Virginia M. Arey, A.B Secretary. Registrar ' s Office THIRD ROW: E. L. Callaway Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Lula W. Douglas Graduate Resident Nurse Esther L. Fisher Secretary. Business Office Dorothy Y. Kizziah Dean of Residence Miriam E. Rozeman Secretary to the President Gladys L. Russell Secretary. Publicity Office Ruth D. Shuping Secretary to the Dean of the College, Dean of Women, and Dean of Men FOURTH ROW: Margaret Y. Stiffel Clerk, Bookstore and Canteen Adele Swain, A.B Secretary, Business Office Louise Tucker, B.S Secretary to the Registrar Carrie E. Webb Postmistress CHTflUJBH FACULTY f V CLRSSES J iTT] . 1 v 1 l . . 1 ? ..-•J ; " ■ ' , ' .. " . - vj i - ' t 4-f .. $0 x 1 1 i k u 1 ■j v 1 i SBnPV ? -;m?- SEIIIORS Senior Class Officers Larry Taylor President Carl Fink Vice-President Julia Byron Secretary Dorothy Rink Treasurer SEfllOR CLRSS Ancher, Charlotte A.B., English Rockwel Seymour Scientific Club 2. 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2. 3: YWCA 1; Choir 1; Kap- pa Tau Kappa 3. Barrin er, Julia fane A.B., Drama, English Norwood Blue Masque 1, 2, :). I, Vice-President l: YWCA I; W.A.A. 3: Pioneer 1. 2. 3: I ' ep Club 3. I; Kappa Tau Kappa 3. i: Methodist Student Movement i. Archer, Natalyn White Nat A.B., Biology Mooresville Who ' s " Who 4; Dormitory House Coun- cil 1, 2. 3; President " Women ' s Resi- dence Council 4; Sen ate 4; Judicial Board 4: YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Phi Epsilon 3, 4; Seymour Scien- tific Club 4; May Day Attendant 1; Homecoming Queen 3; Miss Catawba College in Pythian Bowl 3; 8ai akini 3: Editor Catawba Sails Hey 3; Tom- Tom 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Dean ' s List 1 : Presbyterian Group 4. Baker, Lawrence R. Larry A.B., Business Rural Ha Baseball i, 2. 3. 4: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4; Blue Masque 4; Advertising Club 4. Bass, Ralph A.B., Physics Salisbu ry Bass, Gary A.B., Pre-Dental Salisbury 19 KP?88S8B SEniOR CLRSS Beaver, Gordon Red A.B., Music Landis Choir 1, 2, 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2: Who ' s Who 4; Ingle Medal in Music 1; Dean ' s List 1, 2. 3 ; Winifred Maebride Scholarship in Piano 3. Blocker, Ramona Mona A.B., Commercial Education Charleston, S. C. Anderson Junior College 1. 4: Home Economics Club I. VWCA Black, Helen Louise A.B., Commercial Education Kannapolis YWCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Choir 2. :i, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Vice- President Zartman Hall House Council 4; Triple Trio 2. Bost, Jacqueline Stuart Jackie A.B., English Rockwell VWCA 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 2. Vice- President 4; W.A.A. I, 2. 3, 4; Choir 3. 4: Phi Epsilon 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Class Treasurer 2. 3: Women ' s Rep- resentative to Senate 3; Women ' s Rep- resentative to Athletic Council 2. 4: May Day Attendant 1. 2. 3. Maid of Honor 4; Homecoming Attendant 1, 2. 3. Queen 4: Who ' s Who 4: President Zartman Hall 4: Junior Marshal 3: Cheerleader 2; Kappa Tau Kappa 1: Class Favorite 1. 4. Blackwelder, Bobby Reid Bob A.B., Psychology Charlotte Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Seymour Scientific Club 3, 4. Treasurer 4 : Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2. 4; Color Guard 3: Chanticleers 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: E. R. Group 1. 2. 3. 4; Union Com- mittee 3. 4. Secretary I; VMCA 2, 3. 4; Film Club 3. 4; Pioneer 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4. Bryant, Charles A.B., Biology Salisbury 20 ■ ntflmTair fittMfMifWiTl Tri ■•■ n ■■■.■■■- ' ■■■:, SEniOR CLRSS Bueck. Robert Kesler Bob A.B.. English Salisbury VMCA 1 : International Relations Club 4: Kappa Tau Kappa 3, 4. Calhoun, Frederick W. Fred A.B., Business Administration Bethesda, Md. Advertising Club 3, 4. Bunn, Millicent Anne Millie A.B., Psychology, History Concord Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2. Campbell, Peggy Bobbie A.B., French, English Statesville Kappa Tau Kappa 4. Chappell, Katheryne Kitty A.B., History Albemarle Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; In- ternational Relations Club 4. Byron, Julia Ridenour Julie A.B., English Mercersburg, Pa. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Manager 3. 4; Pennsylvania Club 1 : E. R. Group 1. 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 1. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Program Chairman 4; Pioneer 1. 2, 3, 4. Assistant News Editor 2, News Editor 3, Associate Editor 4; YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4. President Freshman Y 1, Vice-President 2. Presi- dent 3, Publicity Chairman 4; Choir 2; Pep (Tub 3: Blue Masque 1; Sai ukiiii 2. 3, Associate Editor 2. Business Man- ager 3; Women ' s Athletic Representa- tive to Senate 4 : May Court 3. 4, Queen 4: Class Favorite 3. Class Secre- tary 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Who ' s Who 4: Junior Marshal 3: Clare- mont Dormitory House Council 1. 2. 3. 4. President 4. 21 SEniOR CLASS Clapp, Margaret Peg. A.B., Biology, Chemistry Burlington Band 2. 3, 1; Phi Epsilon 2. 3, 4; Clef Club 4; Seymour Scientific Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3, President 4: Writer ' s Club 3. 4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Pi Alpba 3, 4; VWCA 1. 4; Junior Marshal 3; May Court 4. Cline, Harold A.B., Physical Education Kannapolis Clodfelter, Ann Everhart A.B., English Lexington Sigma Pi Alpba 1. 2. 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4: VWCA 1; E. R. Group 1; W.A.A. 2; Zartman House Council 2; Pioneer 2. Coble, John A.B., Physical Education Mount Airy Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club 1. 2, 3 ,4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. Conklin, Richard Aaron Bud A.B., French, History Statesville Corwin, Helen D. A.B., English Kansas State 1. 2. Spencer 22 9WBj SEniOR CLASS Councill, Emma Jean Emm) A.B., Commercial Education Blowing Rock Blue Masque 1; W.A.A. 2. 3: YWCA 3. 4: Kappa Tau Kappa 3, 4. Vice- President 4: Pep Club 4. Craven, Raymond A.B., Psychology Winston-Salem Adelpliians 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President I: United World Federalists 2: VMCA 2; E. R. Group 1, 2, 3. Dwiggins, Loa Kenneth Du g A.B., Business Administration Mocksville Choir 2: Seymour Scientific Club 3. Dwiggins, Robert Buchanan Bob A.B., History Mocksville Easter, Richard Dick A.B., Business Administration Winston-Salem VMCA 1. 2. 3. I. Secretary 2; B.S.U. 1.2. i; Advertising Club 4. Edwards, Harold Lum A.B., Business Administration Wadesboro Hand 1, 8, S, I; Clef Club 2. 3, I. Vice- President -. ' ,; Pep Club 2. 3. i. Vice- President 3. President i; Advertising Club 3. i. Presldenl i. 23 SEniOR CLRSS Faust, John A.B., History Salisbury Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Octet 2, 3, 4; Pioneer 3, 4, Feature Editor 4; Totem 2. 3: Writers ' Club 2. 3, 4: E. R. Group 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 1, 2. 3. 4; United World Federalists 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 1, 2. President 3, 4: Chanticleers 4; N. C. Student Legislature 1, 2. 3. 4; Adelphians 2, 3. Fink, Carl James A.B., English, Psychology Faith YMCA l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3. Cabinet 4; E. R. Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue Masque 1: Band 2, 3; Choir 3. 4; Adelphians 1, 2, 3. 4; Ki- wanis Scholarship 1. 2; .Juiyor Mar- shal; Editor of 1951 Sayakini; Class Vice-President 2. 4; Business Manager of 1952 Sayakini; Film Club 4; Usher Concert Series 4; " Who ' s Who 4. Fesperman, Katherine Naomi Kay A.B., Music Education, English Burlington Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; W.A.A. 2, 3. 4; E. R. Group 2, 4; YWCA 2, 4; Blue Masque 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; May Court 3. 4 : Student Union Committee 3, 4, Secretary 3. Chairman 4; Kappa Tan Kappa 4; Triple Trio 2. Fink, Robert Bob A.B., Physical Education. Social Science China Grove Fincher, Frankie Blair A. B., English, French Kannapolis Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4. President 4 ; Pioneer 1. 2, 3: YWCA 1: Seymour Scientific Club 2. 3; Blue Masque 1. 2. 3, 4: Kappa Tau Kappa 3. 4; Pep Club 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. Fuller, David F. Flo Do A.B., Business Administration Lumberton Advertising Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Vice-President 3: Varsity Club 4; Chief Marshal 3; Pep Club 4. 24 nm SEniOR CLRSS Furr, Aleene Puchie A.B., Sociology W.A.A. 1. 2: YWCA 1 Kappa I. Oakboro Kappa Tau Miami, Fla. Gates, Davida Pele A.B., Sociology University of Miami l: Pt ' eiffer Junior College 2; Si ma Pi Alpha 3. 4: United World Federalists I. Secretary 4: Phi Bpsilon 3. 4, Vice-President i; " Writers ' Club 3, I. President 4. Garmon, James Breakneck A.B., History, English Erskine College. Concord Gibbons, William Edward Bill A.B., Mathematics Kannapolis Garrett, Mary Louise Becky A.B., Music Education, English Hanover, Pa. Choir 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary 2, President 4; Women ' s Ensemble 1. 2, 3; YWCA I, 2: Pennsylvania Club 1, 2; E. R. Group 1, 2. Treasure]- 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 4: Indian Mascot 1. 2, 3; Con- cert Series Usher 2, 3. 4; Blue Masque 3, 4: Pep Club 3. Gillespie, Evelyn A.B., Physical Education Salisbury W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3: YWCA 1, 2. 3; Dav Student Council 3; Bap- tist Student Union 3. 4; Pep Club 4. 25 SEniOR CLASS Grace, William R., Jr. Bill A.B., Religion, Philosophy Lansdowne, Pa. VMCA 3. 4; Presbyterian Club. Presi- dent 1: Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Marsha] 3; Adelphians 2. 3. 4. Grant, Rachel Louise Ray A.B., Drama, English Mocksville YWCA 1; Blue Masque 1. 2. 3 4- Pioneer 2. 3. 4; Student Senate 3. Secretary 3: Kappa Tau Kappa 3. 4; Zartman House Council 3. Grimes, Joyce Squirrel A.B., Home Economics Thomasville Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3-, YWCA I. 2; E. K, Group. Gwyn, Hugh S. Buddy A.B., Business Administration Concord Gwyn, Willie K. Bill A.B., Accounting Concord Hadjiyannis, John A.B., Chemistry Mytilene, Greece Seymour Scientific Club 3. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha I. 3. 4; Color Guard 4; VMCA 1 ; Intramurals 1 : University of Mary- land 2. 26 wm - --- s En I OR CLASS Haggblom, Arne A. Chief A.B.. Business Administration, History Salisbury President Day Students " Council 4; Blue Masque 3, 4; William and Man 1: V.P.I. 2. Henry, Earl Miss Henry A.B., Physical Education Bell wood. Pa. Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. Hiatt, James Jimmie A.B., Accounting Mount Airy VMCA 8, 4: Advertising Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Accounting Club 8, 4. Treasurer 4. Hill, Norma A.B., English Salisbury Sigma Pi Alpha 1 ; Seymour Scientific Club 1: Choir 1: YWCA 2. 3: W.A.A. 2: President House Council 2; Pres- byterian Club 2. 4: Blue Masque 2, 3, i. Vice-President 3, Secretary 4; Sa- imkiui 3: Film Club 3. 4: Pioneer 4. Hines, Clarence Wildcat A.B., Business Administration Mount Airy Football I. 2: Advertising Club 3. 4. Secretary I: Intramurals I. 2. .3. I. Hodgin, Charles M. Chuck A.B., Physical Education Greensboro Basketball 1. 2, .1. 1; Baseball I : Var- sity Club 2. 3. 4; VMCA 3: Floor Rep- resentative 2; Film Club 3. 4; Wet mfnster Fellowship t; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 27 SEfllOR CLASS Honeycutt. Paul Cecil Houck. Margaret Ann A.B.. English Troutman Methodist Student Movement 1. 2: Film Ann A.B., Chemistry Houston, Joe Ryder A.B., Business Administration Charlotte Pfeiflfer Junior CoMege 1. 2: YMCA 3: Sigma Pi Alpha 3. 4: Advertising Club 3. 4; Westminster Fellowship 3; Intra- murals 3. 4. Salisbury Southern Seminary Junior College 1. 2: Seymour Scientific Club 3. 4 : Presby- terian Group 4: Chemistry Scholarship Hoyle, Helen A.B., Home Economics Charlotte Mars Hill College 1 : Western Carolina Teachers College 2. 3. Houser. Everett Alvin. Ill Jack A.B.. Political Science Shelby United World Federalists 2. 3. Vice- President 2: International Relations Club 2. 3. President 3: Methodist Stu- dent Movement 1. 2. 3. President 3: Writers ' Club 2. 3: Totem, Business Manager 2: House President 2; House Council 3 : X. C. Student Legislature 2. 3: Color Guard 1. 2: Saijakini 3. Ad- vertising Manager 3: Chanticleers 3: Dean ' s List 3. Hunsucker. Bill A.B.. Physical Education High Point YMCA 4: Basketball 1. 2. Captain 4: Football 1. 2. 3, Co- 28 M»S WaKcS OM SEniOR CLASS |ones, jimmy Davis Jim A. B., Religion and Philosophy, English Lexington Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 8, 4 Pioneer 4: VMCA I: Adelphians I Kappa Tau Kappa 4: Chanticleers 4 Pep Club i; Intramurals 2, 1. Kelly, John James Jack A.B., Pre-Medical Bndgeton, N. J. VMCA 3: Seymour Scientific Club 1. 2. 8, i. President 3; Clef Club 3. I: Sigma Pi Alpha 3. 1; .honor (la s Favorite: Band 2. 3, I: Who ' s Who I: President Student Government Associ- ation 4: Intramurals. Josey, Billie Jean Billie A.B., English VWCA t; Kappa 4. Mocksville Film Club 4: Kappa Tau Kimball. Carolyn A.B.. English China Grove Lenoir Rhyne College 1. 2; VWCA 3. 1; Lutheran Student Association 3. 1. President I. Kalanick, Nicholas, Jr. Nick A.B., Physical Education Berwick, Pa. Intramurals 3. 4: Baseball 3, 4; Varsi- ty Club 4: Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2. Kirk, Lewis Grant Lou A.B., Chemistry Pcnnsville, N. J. Seymour Scientific Club 1. 2. JJ. 1: VMCA ' . ' ; Sigma Pi Alpha 3. I. 29 SE3bsK SEniOR CLRSS Klein, Caro lina A.B., Sociology Cullman, Ala. VWCA 4; rep Club 4; E. R. Group 4; Film Club 4: United World Feder- alists 4: Sacred Heart Junior College. Kluttz, Edna A.B., English VWCA 3. 4. Salisbury Lang, Elizabeth Ann LJbby A.B., Elementary Education Wilmington, Del. Clioir 2, 3, 4: VWCA 2. 3. 4; Pioneer 2. 4; Presbyterian Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Pennsylvania State Teachers College l : Sayahini Staff 3. Latham, Mary Elizabeth Lib A.B., English Warrensville Brevard Junior College 1. 2; Pioneer 3; W.A.A. 3; Blue Masque 3, 4; Writ- ers ' Club 4. Lemley, Charles R. Charlie A.B., Religion, Philosophy Salisbury Lemley, Reid A.B., Physical Education Kannapolis 30 SEIZOR CLRSS Linder, Robert Lope A.B., Physical Education Salisbury Football 1. 2. 3. I. Co-Captain 4. All- Conference 4. Honorable Mention All- State I. Most Valuable Player 1: Base- ball 3. 4: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Presi- dent 3. I; Class Favorite t. Line, Harry A.B., Business Administration Hagerstown, Md. Lippard, Gloria Hope A.B., English, Elementary Education Concord VWCA 1, 2. 3. 1. Cabinet 3. I; W.A.A. 1. •- . 3. I; E. R. Croup I, 2, 4; Pioneer 2: Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. Presi- dent 4: Seymour Scientific Club 2; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 4: Kappa Tau Kappa 4. Lowdermilk, Rebecca Becky . A.B., Music Greensboro (Jreensboro College I: Cboir 2. 3. 1. Secretary 4; VWCA 2. 3, 4: Methodist Student Movement 2, 3, 4. Lumpkin, Ruth Ingram A.B., Business Administration Charlotte- Queens College 1 : Pfeiffer Junior Col- lege 2: Siema l ' i Alpha 3. I; Film Club 3. 4. Lyerly, Frank A.B., History Salisbury 31 $£« SEniOR CLRSS Marsteller, Daryl H. A.B., Pre-Medical Lebanon, Pa. YMCA 1, 2. 3. 4: Seymour Scientific Club 2, 3. I: Intramurais 1. 2. McClure, John A.B., Biology Laurel, Md. McCool, Whittle Jack A.B., Physics Kannapolis Davidson College : Seymour Scientific Club 1, 2. 3; Braun Award 2. McGirt, Cornelia Jane Janie A.B., English Salisbury YWCA 3. 4. Cabinet 4: Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Clef Club 3: Pioneer 3; Dance Commit- tee 1; Pep Club 3; Centennial Pageant 3; Presbyterian Group I. Medlin, Joseph A., Jr. Joe A.B., Business Administration Salisbury YMCA 3. 1: Advertising Club 3. 4. Meiss, Henry C, Jr. Alice A.B., History Hazleton, Pa. YMCA 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3, President 4; Band 1. 2. 3. I, President 4. Clef Club 2. 3. 4; Pennsylvania Club 1. 2. 3. 4. President 3; Choir 2. 3. 4: Adel- phians 1. 2. 3. 4: Blue Masque I: Chanticleers 3. 4; E. R. Croup 1. 2. 3. 4: Religious Activities Committee 3. 1. Chairman 3: Usher Concert Series 3. 4: Choir Librarian 3. 32 SEniOR CLRSS Meny, Frances Frankie A.B., Social Studies Rocheile Park, N. J. Averett Junior College 1, 2; YWCA: Blue Masque 3; International Relations C!uh 3. 4: Pep Club 4: W.A.A. 4; Pioneer 3. 4: Totem 3; Writers ' Club 3; Newman Club 3. 1. Nassif, Elizabeth Home Economics Salisbury Ub A.B.. Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Presi- dent 3. Student Advisor 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3, 4. 2nd Vice-President 4: Sey- mour Scientific Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3. Secretary-Treasurer 3: Indian Mascot 1; Pep Club I. Miller, Marilyn A.B., Music Education West Bend, Wis. Choir 2, 3; YWCA 2, 3, 4; Internation- al Relations Club. Secretary-Treasurer 3. 4; E. R. Group 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Pioneer 3, 4; Blue Masque 3. 4; Film Club 3. 4: Variety Show 3. 4: Conway Bolt Trio 3. O ' Briant, Fred A. A.B., Business Administration Greensboro Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4; YMCA 4; Bap- tist Student Union 1. 2. 3. 4; Adver- tising Club 2. 3, 4. President 3. Vice- President -4. Myrick, Ola Ray Punk A.B., History Ellerbe YWCA dent 2. 1: W.A.A. 1. 2; House Presi- Orander, Donald B. Don A.B., English, Religion and Philosophy Winston-Salem Emory Junior College 1 ; Adelphians 2. 3. 4. President 4: YMCA 2. 3. 4, Re- ligious Chairman 4; Octet 2, 3. 4; Choir 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3, 4; Blue Mas- que 2; Pioneer 3, 4, Circulation Man- ager 4: Sat akini 3; Informal Vespers Committee 3; Who ' s Who 4; Band 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4; S.C.A. Con- ference Treasurer 4; Student Union Committee 4. 33 SEniOR CLASS Owen, William R. Wild Bill A.B., Business Thomasville Hep Club 2. 3, 4; Blue Masque 2, 3 4 ™?hT e , r 3 « PrHident 4; Advertising Club 3. 4; Representative 4. Owens, Bruce A.B., Physical Education Cleveland Oxendine, Joseph B. Joe A.B., Physical Education Pembroke Football l. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1. 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 2. 8. 4: Vice-President of Student Govern- ment Association 4. Patterson, Ruth Jolene Jo A.B., English Concord YWCA I, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; WAA I. 2. 3. 4 President 4; Kappa Tan Kappa 4; Pioneer 4; Zartman House Philips, John C. Johnny A.B., Chemistry Washington, D. C. Blue Masque 2, 3; Pep Club 2 3 4- Seymour Scientific Club 3, 4, George Washington University l. Pitts, Patricia Pat A.B., Sociology Salisbury Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2; Kappa Tau Kappa 3, 4; Band 2; Westminster Fellowship 34 ks SEniOR CLASS Pleasants, Francis, Jr. F A.B., Physical Education Aberdeen Basketball 1. 8, 4: Student Athletic Representative 4; VMCA 3: Varsity Club 4; Film Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4: Presbyterian Group 4. Poole, Robert Wade A.B., History, Religion and Philosophy Salisbury Pope, Milford Allen A.B., Business Administration Woodleaf Advertising Club; YMCA 3. Popp, Joe Dee A.B., Physical Education Conemaugh, Pa. Football l. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2, 4: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Newman Club 2. 3. 4; Intramural Unit Manager Sec- tion A; VMCA 3. 4. Porter, Jacob D. I. D. A.B., History Salisbury Advertising Club 2. 3. Powell, Johnnie L. A.B., Physical Education Burgaw Pep Club 3. I: Student Intramural l)i rector I: Pioneer 8, 4. 35 SEniOR CLASS Reese, Martha Evelyn A.B., English, History Hickory YWCA 1; Band 1; Seymour Scientific Club 3; Pioneer 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; Kappa Tail Kappa 3, 4. Secretary 4; W.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Methodist Student Movement I. Secre- tary 4. Rigby, Ronald R. Bud A.B., Mathematics, Physics Jeannette, Pa. Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. Ribet, Bernice Margaret A.B., Commercial Education Valdese Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2. 3, 4: Clef Club 3. 4, Secretary 4; Choir 2. 3. 4; YWCA 1; Home Economics Club 2: Tep Club 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3. 4; May Day Attendant 1, 4; Junior Marshal 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3, 4; Presbyterian Croup 4. Rink, Dorothy Leona Dot A.B., English Salisbury Methodist Student Movement 2. 3, 4, President 2, Secretary 3. Vice-President 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 2, 3 ; May Court 2 : Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Senate 1, Treasurer 1: Class Treasurer 1, 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3; W.A.A. 3; YWCA 4: Kappa Tau Kappa 4. Richardson, Royce Rebel A.B., Accounting Wendell Accounting Club 2, 3. t; Advertising Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4. Rink, Naomi Helen A.B., History, Religion and Philosophy Salisbury YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4; Methodist Student Movement 1. 2, 3. 4, Delegate to State Conference 2; International Relations Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, 2; Choir 1, 2: United World Federalists 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2. 3; Triple Trio 2; Film Club 3; Phi Epsilon 2. 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3. 36 SEfllOR CLRSS Ritchie, Shirley Peeler A.B., Religion and Philosophy, Sociology Salisbury Junior Marshal 3: Honor Roll 8; Sigma Pi Alpha 8, 4; Greensboro College 1, 2. Saunders, Joe A.B., Business Administration Bessemer City Gardner Webb Junior College; YMCA 3; Advertising Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Junior Marshal 3: Chanticleers 4; Blue Masque 4. Sandrock, Curtis Curl A.B., Philosophy and Religion, English Hazelton, Pa. YMCA 3; Adelphians 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Pennsylvania Club 3: Sayakini 4: Pfeif- fer Junior College 1, 2. Schwartz, Roy Kenneth, Jr. A.B., Business Administration Woodsboro, Md. YMCA 1. 2. 4; Methodist Student Move- ment 1. 2. 3, 4: Advertising Club 3. 4. Saunders, James Weiner A.B., Business Administration Star YMCA 3; Advertising Club 2, 3, 4; Methodist Student Movement 1, 2, 3, 4. Sharpe, Donald Don A.B., Religion and Philosophy, English Lexington 37 SEniOR CLRSS Shaw, Ray C, Jr. Shaki A.B., Accounting Charlotte Sherrill, Delmar Del A.B., Business Administration Statesville Advertising Club 3; Blue Masque 3. Smith, Helen Rachel A.B., Commercial Education Mocksville VWCA 1. 2, 3, 1; Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3. 4. Secretary 3, 4; Home Economics Club 4 ; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. Somers, Patsy A.B., Mathematics Salisbury W.A.A.; Choir; VWCA; Pep Club 3. 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3. 4 ; Seymour Scien- tific Club. Stanfield, William Goon A.B., Physical Education Winston-Salem Football I. 2. 3. 4. All-Conference 3. Honorable Mention Little All-America 4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. Steelman, Kathleen Absher A.B., English Spencer Appalachian State Teachers College. 38 SEniOR CLASS Stitzer, Winifred A. Winnie A.B., Commercial Education State College, Pa. Pioneer 1. 2. 3. 4. News Editor 2. As- sociate Editor 3. Editor-in-Chief 4: VWCA 1. 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3: Kappa Tau Kappa 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Pennsyl- vania Club 1. 4: Claremont House Council 2. 4; Sat akini 2. 3. Tate, James Austin Toot A.B., Accounting Lexington Accounting Club 2. 3. 4, President 4: Advertising Club l. 4: Pep Club 3. 4. Taylor. Larry Jerome L. T. A.B., Physical Education Rockwell Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Class President 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3, Captain 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. Co-Captain 4: Class Favorite 2; Who ' s Who 4: Foot- bail Manager 1. 2. 3: All-Conference Baseball 2. 3; All-State Baseball 3: Assistant Baseball Coach 4. Thompson, Donald Worth Scat A.B., Business Administration Salisbury Baseball Manager 1 : Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 1, 2, 3. I; Tennis Team 2. 3. 4: Intraniurals 1 ; Co-Champion North State Doubles in Tennis 3: Methodist Student Move- ment. Thornburg, Ray A.B., Business Administration Kannapolis Trexler, Louise Snider A.B., History Spencer Wake Forest College 1: Dean ' s List 2. 39 SEniOR CLRSS Tucker, Clyde H. A.B., English Concord Wack, William C. Bill A.B., History Hatfield, Pa. Choir l, 2, 3. 4; Pennsylvania Club 1. 2. 3, 4; E. R. Group 1, 2; Metho- dist Student Movement 3. 4: YMCA 3, 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Blue Masuue 1; Chanticleers 3. 4: Concert Series I ' sher 2, 3, 4. Tucker, John Westervelt Jack A.B., History Brevard Brevard Junior Cpllege: YMCA; Unit- ed World Federalists. Wall, Thomas A. Tom A.B., Accounting Reidsville Accounting Club 2, 4. Secretary 4: Seymour Scientific Club 2. 4. Voccola, Richard Dick A.B., Business Administration McAdoo, Pa. Advertising Club 3. 4; Pennsylvania Club 3. 4; E. R. Group 3. 4; Pep Club 4; Accounting Club 4. Watson, Donald Don A.B., Business Administration Woodleaf Advertising Club 3. 4: Dean ' s List 2. 3. 40 SEIZOR CLRSS Watts, James Wright Jim A.B., Business Administration Harmony Choir 1: Advertising Club 4; Intra- murals 1. 2, 3. 4. Wearn, Joseph Allen Sketch A.B., Business Administration Charlotte Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 3. 4; YMCA 3; Sayahlm. 4; Dormitory Decoration Committee 4. Williams, Maurice Elizabeth B. Betty A.B., Sociology Salisbury Wolford, Janet Marie Jan A.B., Psychology Fogelsville, Pa. YWCA 1, 2. 3, 4, Cabinet 2; E. R. Group 1; Pennsylvania Club 1, Treas- urer 1; Pioneer l, 3; Saydkini 3; Kap- pa Tau 4; Dormitory Social Chairman 4. Yates, James T. Jim A.B., Sociology Kannapolis University of Tennessee. 41 " , ' ' ' ' •■■ " ' -■ " . ■■•-. ' ■ ■ Junior Class Officers James Luciana President James Cress Vice-President Johnny Allen Treasurer Carolyn Richtmyer Secretary JUniOR CLRSS First Roiv Marjone Abernethy, Breck Alexander, Sonny Allen, Johnny Allen, Dallas Amnions, Grady Arrants. Second Row David Barker, Tommy Barrow, Carolyn Beaver, Simon Berggrun, John Berrier, Bobby Bonds. Third Row Willie Brinkley, George Brown, Lane Brown, William Click, Peggy Cobb, Ralph Cole. Fourth Row Beatrice Coletta, Peggy Coley, James Councill, James Cress, Donald Currie, Margie Lou Dickey. Fifth Row William Dillard, Leroy Dwiggins, Keller Epting, Charles Fortenberry, Robert Furches, Catherine Gallagher. Sixth Row Carl Lee Gaskey, Eugene Georgiana, Donald Gettle, Patricia Glass, Donald Graham, Charles Gulledge. 42 Et ' ft oE 43 y-V are vaSMKgra MF JUniOR CLRSS F Vj7 i?ozr Charles Gunter, Robert Hamilton, Murphy Hampton, Barbara Hayes, Kenneth Heffley, Allen Ray Hefner. Second Row Curtis Helms, Christine Hethcox, Jo Ann Hilliard, David Hodge, Alvin Holt, Rose Honeycutt. Third Row Warren Hyman, Jeanne Ingold, Charlotte Jenkins, James Johnson, Kineson Jung, Bobby Kale. Fourth Row Richard Kauffman, Frances Kerley, Frances Kesler, William Kesler, Edwin Koontz, Steve Kostow. Fifth Row Carl Kreps, Robert Lee, Donald L. Leonard, Eleanor LeVan, Bobby Lindsey, William Lippard. Sixth Row William Keith Little, James Luciana, Frank McCall, Chester Miller, Glenn Monteith, Elizabeth Morrison. 44 45 JUniOR CLRSS First Row Fred Murphy, Hope Nathan, George Noble, William Norment, Frankli Pendergrass, Roy Pickens. in Second Row Baxter Potts, William Price, Melvin Ramseur, Carolyn Ritchmyer, Billy Ritchie, Raymond Ritchie. Third Row Ned Robinette, Bill Safnt, Dewilla Sale, William Samuels, Bobby Shaver, Eleanor Shumaker. Fourth Row Thomas Sinclair, Jack C. Smith, Joyce Stefano, C. A. Suther, Carolyn Sutphin, Perry Suttle. Fifth Row Jack Teague, Andrew Tirpak, John Tompkins, Paul Toy, Robert Walker, Coyte White. Sixth Row Jane Whitener, Hugh Whitley, Charles Wilhman, James Wyatt. 46 ik Jk 47 Sophomore Class Officers Bobby Foster President Sammy Ward Vice-President Peggy Layman Secretary Larry Fisher Treasurer SOPHOfDORE CLRSS First Row Pe ggy A gner, Dorothy Arey, William Barnette, Joe Baucom, Charles Beaver, Mary Anne Beaver. Second Row Melvin Beaver, Alta Carolyn Beck, James Berrier, Frank Bowers, Patricia Brandt, Elizabeth Bredbenner. Third Row Robert Brinkley, William Britt, Clyde Brown, Merrill Brown, Millie Brown, Murray Burke. Fourth Ro u Barbara Burris, Betty Jean Chunn, Russell Clark, Joe Clem, Mary Coleman, Marylin Cook. Fifth Row Martin Corriher, Howard Crane, Dwight Crater, Frances Crouch, Nancy Crouse, Paul Curvey. Sixth Row John Deal, Donald Dedmon, Niki Ann Dockey, Shirley Dreyer, Patricia Drum, Annita Elium. Seventh Row James Epting, Patsy Everhart, George Fidler, David Finger, Charles Fisher, Jean Fisher. 48 ' ■■■: ' ■■ 3 33v- ■ SOPHOfTIORE CLRSS First Row Judith Flatter, Henry Forrest, Bobby Foster, Dacil Furr, Keith Furr, Myron Gackenbach, Marvin Galloway. Second Row Archie Glenn, Robert Godfrey, Ruth Greene, Dallas Harper, Charles Harris, James Harrison, Joe Hartsell. Third Row Montie Lee Hartsell, Mary Helms, Betty Jean Hoffman, Duke Hoffman, Melvin Hoke, Lee Holland, Richard Holt. Fourth Row Martha Honeycutt, Pansy Hopkins, Cleo Huffman, Frederick Irwin, Patricia Irwin, Renate Johnson, Rebecca Julian. Fifth Row Gwyn Keever, Paul Kiger, Marie Kincaid, Billy Kluttz, Betty Koontz, Lamont Krim- minger, Peggy Layman. Sixth Row Robert Lemmon, Bobby Frank Leonard, Donald M. Leonard, Harriet Leonard, Walter Lippard, Araminta Little, William Edward Little. Seventh Row Charles Loch, Ruth Long, Frances Machen, Patricia Mattingly, Hoyt McCachren, William McKaig, Joyce McKinley. 50 WM 51 SOPHOfTlORE CLRSS First Row Bonnie McRae. Hewitt Moon. Jane Moore, Tommy Moore, Betty Morgan, jane Morgan. Second Row Donald Moul. Herbert Needham. Clynch Newsome. Lewis Overcas t, Joyce Patterson. Mabel Patterson. Third Row Bill Peeler, Robert Pierce. Betty Jean Plyler, Larston Reitzel. Rita Riesen. Martha Robeson. Fourth Row Vemon Rodeffer, Victor Sarratt. David Schryer. Joan Sirford. Mildred Sink, Adrian Smith. Fifth Row David Staley, Harvey Stratton. Walter Taylor, Theodore Thomas, Royce Thrift, William Tucker. Sixth Row Douglas Turner. Emest Turner. Norma Jean Wagner, lola Mae Walton. Sammy Ward. Bobby Whisnant. Sei t-v h Row Mary Katherine Wilhelm. Sarah Wilson, Vera Wilson, Willie Mae Wilson, Nancy Wright Rex Wyatt, Edward Zuckerman. 52 53 fr Jf. Freshman Class Officers ■ Page Lyerly President Jimmy Faircloth Vice-President Janie Bonds Secretary Warren Summy Treasurer FRESHfTIRn CLRSS First Row Kathryn Abernethy, Ronald Andrews, Roy Bailey, Mary Clemintine Bame, Paul Barnes, Bobby Beaver, Jack Beaver. Second Row William Benson, Charles Bessent, William Biesecker, Jerry Black, Harold Blackwelder, Janie Bonds, David Bost. Third Row Donald Bowden, Carrell Brooks, Thelma Brooks, Kenneth Brown, Robert Bruce, Warren Cameron, Gene Causby. Fourth Ro w Patricia Chappell, Allen Clark, Nancy Cockey, Frances Coman, Lucille Connor, Annie Lou Cook, Lillian Copley. Fifth Row Wade Curran, Lowell Daniels, Myra Davis, Ned Donkle, Lois Dunn, Ray Dwiggins, Mary Elizabeth Edmundson. Sixth Row Jane Eller, Wendell Eller, Bill England, James Faircloth, Doyle Feather, Robert Fennell, Lucile File. Seventh Row George Fitz, Jimmy Foltz, Joan Gallagher, Thomas Garner, Donald Golding, Beaufort Graham, Margaret Grant. Eighth Row Grace Greer, Anne Haldeman, Martha Hamburger, Archie Hames, Herman Hardiman, Dianne Hargett, Peggy Anne Harrison. 54 ! !%, O O a fa M ft to life Jt A 22 Ltk ¥ £ 55 FRESHfTI R n CLRSS First Row Mary Susan Haskins, Johnsie Hiatt, Jean Hoffner, Ann Honeycutt, Terry Honeycutt, David Baker Hood, John Anthony Houser. Second Roiv Gerard Husser, Barbara Jones, David Jones, Franklyn Jones, James Jones, Lula Jones, Peggy Kanoy. Third Row Alvin Kirkman, Bennett Kistler, Carol Kluttz, Harry Lahn, Joan Lassiter, Bobby Franklin Leonard, Martha Jane Leonard. Fourth Row Patricia Lewis, Oliver Link, Harland Lore, Suzanne Lumpkin, Ami Lybrand, Page Lyerly, Charles May. Fifth Row Winona McComb, Carol McManus, Reed McNeely, John McPherson, Emma Mae Miller, Robert Miller, William Miller. Sixth Row foe Monn, Carolyn Monroe, Ernest Montgomery, Bobby Moore, Marguerite Morton, Anne Murphy, Conaree Nolen. Seventh Row Robert Paden, Tommy Sue Palmer, Mary Louise Peeler, Frances Anne Phifer, Raymond Porter, John J. Powell, Gary Pruett. Eighth Row James W. Ragen, Herbert Rhodes, Evelyn Ribelin, Donald Richardson, Robert Roueche, Rita Rowell, Evelyn Schlotterbeck. 56 57 FRESHfDRn CLRSS First Row Thomas Shaw, Wayne Shoe, Laura Shore, Garrett Simpson, Peggy Slate, Badgley Smith, William Smith. Second Ron ' Travis Stokes, Nancy Sullivan, Warren Summy, Kathleen Thomas, Donna Lou Van Natter James Waller Lila Lee Watts. Third Row Doris Welch, Herbert Wellman, Joan Whitener, Fred Whitman, Jerry Wilkinson, Gerald Williams Judith Williams. Fourth Row Betty Wrape, William Wynn, Sung Sun Yun. Students Whose Individual Pictures Do Plot Rppear In The SRYRKIHI SENIORS: Joe Martin, Banks Ozment, Bill Poole, Louie Watkins. JUNIORS: Richard Boward, Leonard Crotts, Curtis Kirkner, Charles Morton, William Frank Young. SOPHOMORES: Joan Dellinger, William Irvin, Eugene Robbins. FRESHMEN: George Allen, Robert Cardwell, Thomas Page, Bruce Roberts, Delbert Hoffer, Gordon Search. UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS: Doris Alexander, Martha Ballou, John Crawford, Robert Cross, Christine Daniel, David Gossner, Daisy Hedrick, Elizabeth Herbert, Pauline Irwin, Ben Franklin Jones, Hilda Peeler, James Rodgers, Jasper J. Smith. 58 UnCLRSSIFIED STUDEflTS James Griffin, Henry Ford Rash, Mae Belle Tucker 59 f V RCTIVITIES L .- ' •-? v . ' " ' vr- ' VL SflYflKin In this edition of the Sayakini we are attempting to record only one chapter in the long story of progress and service of Catawba College. This year has offered to us excellent opportunities for advancement of mind, soul, and body. It is of prime importance that we look for these opportunities and learn to make good choices. Let us pray and work toward the end that peace shall soon come to the world, so that we may more fully realize the benefits we received while in college. I want to thank the students, faculty, and staff for co-operating with us this year and especially do I want to thank Mrs. Wentz and the annual staff for hours of hard and thankless work. Our main wish is that when you look through this book twenty-five years from now, you will say, " Boy, those were the good old days! " The Editor I ineieeyi yiftu-two Sonnv Allen Mrs. Frances D. Wentz C arl Fink STRFF Sonny Allen Editor Carolyn Richtmyer Associate Editor Ken Heffley Photographer Bill Norment Sports Editor Bill Price Art Editor Janie Bonds Staff Assistant Douglas Turner Staff Assistant Charles Williman Staff Assistant Shirley Dreyer Staff Assistant Mrs. Frances D. Wentz Faculty Advisor Carl Fink Business Manager Hope Nathan Assistant Editor Marjorie Abernethy Assistant Editor Jack Houser Advertising Manager Curtis Sandrock Staff Assistant Judy Williams Staff Assistant Tommy Sue Palmer Staff Assistant Evelyn Schlctterback Staff Assistant J. Allen Wearn Staff Assistant 63 THE StRATE It is the puxpose of the Student Government Association to protect the good name and the liberties of the institution and the students; to promote peace and tranquility in the halls: to initiate and supervise student activities . and to strive diligently to promote sound thinking and right acting among all the members. OFFICERS Joseph Oxendine f r ke-Presid enl Rose Honeycutt Secre George Fidler Treasurer MEMBERS James Ludana, Natalyn Archer, Ame Haggblom, Donald Orander. J ne • ' ■■ bftener. Andrew Tirpak. Dr. Lionel Whiston Advisor Mr. George Greene AJrisor 64 John Kelly Presia ? £ ■vji l HkLx Y •4 5 3 ?rg " aj V p fc 4 BUSINESS STAFF Bill Price Advertising Manager Alvin Holt, Anne Murphy, Victor Kirkman, Anne Honeycutt .... Associates Don Orander Circulation Manager Frances Kerley, Elizabeth Lang, Lila Lee Watts, Dianne Hargett, Nancy Crouse Associates Bill Norment Photographer Frances Kerley Exchange Editor Lila Watts Associate Elizabeth Lang, Dianne Hargett, Harriet Leonard. Julia Byron Typists THE PIOnEER Winnie Stitzer Editor-in-Chief Julia Byron Associate Editor Alvin Holt Business Manager NEWS STAFF Harriet Leonard News Editor Anne Murphy Associate Editor Reporters: Harriet Leonard. Pat Mattingly, Julia Byron, Norma Hill, Rita Riesen, Martha Robeson, Nancy Wright, Anne Murphy, Fran Machen, Myra Davis, Jimmy Jones, Marilyn Miller, Dot Arey, Peggy Slate, Bobby Leonard, Victor Kirkman, Coyte White, Lila Watts, Lula Jones, Pat Chappell, Nancy- Sullivan, Carolyn Monroe, Araminta Little, Bonnie McRae. FEATURE STAFF John Faust Feature Editor Hope Nathan Associate Editor Columnists: Bill Price, Simon Berggrun, Barbara Hayes, Carolyn Richtmyer, Harriet Leonard, Frankie Meny. SPORTS STAFF Bill Norment Sports Editor Johnny Powell Associate Editor Bobby Blackwelder Reporter Joan Dellinger, Jo Patterson Girls Sports Co-Editors Dr. Andrews, Mr. Jann Faculty Advisors 9 ff 65 OFFICERS Davida Gates President Hope Nathan Vice-President Harriet Leonard Secretary Rex Wyatt Treasurer Dr. Raymond Jenkins Advisor |f || j JUj WRITERS ' V4MS CLUB The purpose of this club is to stimu- •; ! }W late interest in creative writing, to firrcr ; -: ' BtiS » fe fl contribute original work to the . fls .41 S lfl Totem, and to provide an opportu- 1 3 JL B n ' ' ' or mern b ers to improve their 1-— -jf« . I y Mm writing through group discussion " J B i f WLji , ' . ' ■» (. ■ an cr ' r ' c ' srrl °f stories, poetry, and M»ft 53 J I - k i H H other written forms. SIGITIR PI RLPHR This is an inter-collegiate society for students excelling in foreign languages. It was founded for the purpose of studying the language, literature, geography, and history of foreign countries. OFFICERS Frankie Fincher President Simon Berggrun Vice-President Pat Everhart Secretary Martha Reese Treasurer Dr. Park. Dr. Andrews Faculty Advisors 66 CHEERLERDERS Sammy Ward, Head Cheerleader John Berrier Mabel Patterson Bobby Blackwelder Eleanor LeVan Martha Honeycutt Lois Dunn Charlie Harris Joanne Hilliard Lib Nassif pep T TZ . club wB m ratmt t :p ™ The purpose of the Pep Club is to K It J H • " %i» vS y ! fcT ™ " ' promote school spirit and to instill V; " ,;L ,j3? flL, " V «-k fcKj| 1 -W into the students the ideals of sports- ■ ' ■ ' " - i lfi ? .r - | fc w _ ,___-- --.-..-..,■■... " " " i fc, " ' -■■■-.- ... - ■: — - . OFFICERS Harold Edwards Preside it Sonny Allen Vice-President Lamont Krimminger Treasurer Peggy Layman Secretary 67 Y.m.c.a The Young Men ' s Christian Association welcomes all men stu- dents who " affirm a faith in one God and a belief in the Christian way of life. " Its objectives are those of the National Y.M.C.A. with which organization it has affiliation. Henry Meiss President Kenneth Heffley Vice-President Daryl Marsteller Secretary Hoyt McCachren Treasurer Dr. Whiston, Mr. Sessoms. Faculty Advisors 68 HHH Y.W.C.fl. We unite in a desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of and commitment to God. We are determined to have a part in making this life possible to all people. In this we seek to under- stand Jesus and to follow Him. Jane Whitener Preudtul Jackie Bost Vice-President Dot Arey Secretary Joan Dellinger Treasurer Nat Archer, Pat Somers .... World Service Jane McGirt Community Service Peggy Layman Social Committee Julia Byron Publicity Committee Hope Lippard Orientation Committee Bonnie McRae Ways and Means Mrs. Keppel, Mrs. Dearborn .... Advisors 69 Carolyn Kimball President Lamont Krimminger Vice-President Mildred Sink Secretary Howard Crane Treasurer LUTHERRfl STUDEflT RSSOCIRTIOn mETHODIST STUDEnT movEmEnT Everett Houser President Dot Rink Vice-President Martha Reese Secretary Dave Hodge Treasurer 70 BOARD OF DIRECTORS George Fitz, Harriet Leonard, Martha Hamburger, Bobby Bonds, Sammy Ward, and Janie Bonds. Dr. Whiston Advisor EVfinGELICRL Rrm REFORmED GROUP BRPTIST STUDEnT union David Staley President Frances Kesler Membership Chairman Carolyn Sutphin Social Chairman Helen Smith Secretary-Treasurer Betty Jean Plyler Publicity Chairman Robbie Robbins Rowan Memorial Hospital Representative Dr. and Mrs. Braun Advisors 71 William Grace President Elizabeth Lang Vice-President Bonnie McRae Secretary Martha Robeson Treasurer Miss Betty Barbour Advisor PRESBYTERIRn CLUB RDELPHIRnS This group is composed of all students vitally interested in re- ligion. Its purpose is that of fel- lowship, study, and service in the field of religious activity. Don Orander President Raymond Craven Vice-President Charles Williman Secretary-Treasurer Carl Kreps Secretary of Deputations Dr. D. E. Faust Advisor 72 B V " rl;.w, ' V- : ■ ■ w I SHPr : CHOIR OFFICERS James Cress Vice-President Rebecca Lowdermilk Secretary Joan Dellinger Treasurer LIBRARIANS Peggy Slate, Joe Monn, Ronald Andrews, Myra Davis Dr. Christopher Thomas Director Mrs. Winifred Thomas Accompanist Becky Garrett President The Catawba College Choir is composed of those students who have a good voice, some knowledge of music reading, a musical ear, and a special interest in music. This organization prepares music for Chapel and Vesper services held at the college. 73 31 .£3SHisMv7twl BLUE mRSQUE The purpose of the Blue Masque is to promote an appreci- ation of the art of drama and theatre. William R. Owen President Jane Barringer Vice-President Norma Hill Secretary Dick Kauffman Treasurer B. M. Hobgood Faculty Advisor 74 wm w 1 RDVERTISinG CLUB The aims and objectives of this club are to bring to the students of Catawba College information concerning advertising and opportunities for practice and experimentation in this field. The Advertising Club provides recreation and social activities for its members and provides facilities for advancement in the advertising profession. Harold Edwards President OFFICERS Fred O ' Briant Vice-President Clarence Hines Secretary James Hiatt Treasurer Bill Owen Representative Mr. Millard F. Wilson Advisor 76 flccourmnG club The Accounting Club brings together at regular intervals students of the college who are inter- ested in accounting and professional accountants living in this vicinity, thus integrating the theoretical approach of a college curriculum and the practical outlook of the practicing accountant. James A. Tate Preside) OFFICERS Bobby Ray Shaver Vice-President Thomas A. Wall, Jr Secretary Jimmie Hiatt Treasurer Mr. Millard F. Wilson Advisor 77 John Faust President Jean Fisher Vice-President Davida Gates Secretary Niki Dockey Treasurer UniTED WORLD FEDERALISTS Through the strengthening of the United Nations into an effective in- ternational power we can cope with the international problems of our time. Only by man ' s reaching the international step of a system of law based on the principles of justice and freedom will it be possible to achieve stability in our world. inTER- nFmoriRL RELRTIOnS CLUB By the discussion of world affairs, the IRC endeavors to learn more about the many factors that influ- ence our civilization today. The Carnegie Endowment for Interna- tional Peace furnishes literature on which programs may be planned. Everett Houser President Doug Turner Vice-President Marilyn Miller Secretary-Treasurer Dr. D. E. Faust Advisor 78 OFFICERS Bob Bueck President Emma Councill First Vice-President Elizabeth Nassif Second Vice-President Martha Reese Secretary Winnie Stitzer Treasurer KRPPfl TRU KPPPR The Kappa Tau Kappa is Catawba ' s Teachers ' Club, open to upper class students who are interested in the teaching profession. The regular monthly meetings are devoted to the professional and social advancement of the members and to the advance- ment of the profession. PHI EPSILOn The purpose of this organization is to stimulate scholarship, to develop character, to encourage leadership, and to create good fellowship. Only lunior and Senior Women with a high scholastic standing are eligible for membership in this club. OFFICERS Hope Lippard President Davida Gates Vice-President Dorothy Rink Secretary-Treasurer Miss Kraiss Advisor 79 fe fe ' W- - " ' CRTflLUBfl BflHD Mr. Marvin Wigginton Director Sonny Allen Drum Major MAJORETTES Bernice Ribet Eleanor Shumaker Araminta Little Joyce Stefano Henry Meiss President Don Orander Vice-President Bernice Ribet Secretary Gene Dillard Treasurer Mr. Wigginton Advisor COLOR GUARD Perry Suttle, Frank Harrison, Bob Walker, Harold Blackwelder, Alvin Holt. 80 Peggy Clapp President Daryl Marsteller Vice-President Natalyn Archer Secretary Bobby Blackwelder Treasurer Dr. Braun Advisor SEYmOUR SCI EHTI FIC JS . . Kr , k CLUB f y SL . This club strives to build interest in the sciences and is open to all stu- dents enrolled in science courses. i Economics P v - CLUB ■ ■- -w » The purpose of this organization is • K 9fl ! to stimulate interest in home eco- nomics and to provide contacts with flMiSf -.. state and national groups. Carolyn Richtmyer President Marjorie Abernethy Vice-President Jane Moore Secretary Martha Robeson Treasurer 81 Charles Williman President Carl Kreps Vice-President Ann Haldeman Secretary Fred Irwin Treasurer Dr. and Mrs. Wentz Faculty Advisors PEnnsYLVRnm CLUB This club is composed of Pennsyl- vania students. Its purpose is to pro- mote fellowship among its members. This is a group of men who sing entirely for pleasure. The Chanti- cleers have sung for several organi- zations on the campus and for other groups in this area. Membership is open to all men who like to sing. CHPriTICLEERS 82 A. The day Dean Scranton wasn ' t here. B. Hi also plays football. C. Which one is the dumb-bell? D. The RACKF.T H8 E. General Manager of Foil House. F. The day after exams. G. " Grandma, what big ears you have! " H. " Aw come on, yell. " I, " . . . and that ' s what I think of parades. " f. Bedtime stories? K. " . . . and this is what we learn at college. Father. ' 83 ! „ ■; ' .£. ' " ■1 : . St iiSiJiM RTHLETICS A !r 2e ■■- ' t ' r- ' HEWs ' " Ji_ ' s Director of Athletics Gordon Kirkland Coble Holt Crane Hood | | FOOTBRLL Once more the Catawba Indians settled on the campus two weeks before school started, and the squad began to prepare for another football schedule that proved to be one of the toughest ever encountered by a Catawba football squad. With a number of veterans and a host of talented freshmen on hand, the club was optimistic about the coming games. But due to various circumstances — an injury here, a bad break there — the season ended with a record of five wins and five losses. England Hunsucker Hall Kluttz Hamilton Lee t Henry Linder ™ Co-Captains Bob Linder, Earl Henry Eight seniors played their last game for the Indians on Thanksgiving Day when the Braves lost a bitterly fought battle, 33-13, to the Lenoir Rhyne Bears in the final game of the season. Of the eight seniors playing in that game, five received recognition on all-star teams throughout the state and nation. Graduating seniors were Bill Hunsucker, end; Joe Oxendine, end; Bill Stanfield, end; Bob Linder, back; Johnny Coble, back; Earl Henry, center; Ronald Rigby, guard; and Joe Popp, back. First team, offensive Coaches Robert Spangler and Marion Richards Luciara Earl Henry was selected for the All-North Carolina mythical team after he had already captured a spot at center on the All-North State Conference club. Catawba had four members of its team on the All-Conference squad, Earl Henry, Bob Linder, Joe Oxendine, and Bill Hunsucker. Bill " Goon " Stanfield received national recog- nition when he received an honorable mention for an end post on the Little All-America team. STATE THUMPS REDSKINS In Catawba ' s opening game of the season, the N. C. State Wolfpack pinned a 34-0 whitewashing on them and avenged the 7-6 win that the Wolfpack barely captured the previous year. Coach Spangler ' s boys, nervous and excited in their first game, had several bad breaks and the State club won easily. The non-conference game, however, did give the Indians a chance to see where their wrinkles were and iron them out for their next games. BRAVES TRIP NEWBERRY The passing of Johnny Coble and the pass catching of ends Bill Hunsucker and Joe Oxendine gave the Redskins their first win of the season, 27-0, by downing a scrappy Newberry club. Coble accounted for all four of Catawba ' s touchdowns with his deadly passing with ends Hunsucker and Oxendine catching two of the pigskins to score twice each. The Braves wrapped the game up in the first quarter when they crossed the goal line for two tallies and added two extra points. TRIBE BEATS ERSKINE Coach Bob Spangler ' s crew won their first home game of the season by beating the Erskine Flying Fleet, ' 2 5-6. The passing of Johnny Coble, the running of Bob Linder, and the defensive playing of Bob Hamilton, enabled the Indians to score in every quarter except the second. Coble passed to Popp for two of the touchdowns, Linder bucked over for one, and Hamilton ran a blocked punt almost 50 yards for the fourth tally. Linder ' s run- ning was superb as he accounted for 150 yards rushing of Catawba ' s total 186 yards. INDIANS BUMP WEST CAROLINA Catawba wrapped up its first conference victory of the season and their third straight win as the Indians downed West Carolina 37-7, in Asheville. It was the first time in the long rivalry between the two schools that the Cata- mounts had ever scored on the Tribe. Bob Linder crashed over for three of the touchdowns with Oxendine and Popp accounting for the other two. CATAWBA SQUEAKS BY APPS What probably proved to be the most thrilling game of the season was the 2-0 licking that the Redskins eked out on the Appalachian Mountaineers. It was all Catawba in the first half, but a rejuvenated Mountaineer eleven fought back hard in the second half and missed several scoring opportunities due to the de- fensive play of Johnny Powell, Gene Causby, and Ronald Rigby. Over 400 yards were racked up between the two clubs in rushing. The baseball score resulted when Bill Stan- field blocked an attempted punt by Jack Groce and the ball rolled into the end zone with Groce falling on the ball for a safety. ELON PASSES OVER INDIANS For Catawba ' s second loss of the year, the Elon Christians fired two touchdowns passes in the final quarter to gain a 21-14 win over the Indians. Elon scored all of their touchdowns on last down passes and broke the Tribe ' s winning streak. The Chris- tians took the lead in the second quarter with a 7-0 margin but the Indians rebounded and scored twice in the third period to hold a 14-7 lead going into the final period when Elon scored twice. Bob Linder scored both of Catawba ' s TD ' s. VMI GETS 34-14 REVENGE Virginia Military KeydetS, seeking revenge for the 14-13 defeat at the hands of the Indians in the previous year, overran the Indians, 34-14, in one of the roughest battles ever played at Shuford Field. The outclassed Catawbans were no match for the Southern Conference leaders as VMI scored in all four quarters. Catawba ' s scoring came in the third and fourth quarters when Joe Popp and Joe Oxendine tucked in passes from Johnny Coble and raced over for the tallies. BLUE HOSE DOWNS CATAWBA Presbyterian College handed the Indians their third straight loss after they had won four straight, when they came out on top of a 20-7 game played in South Carolina. The Indians rang up their only touchdown of the game when " Lope " Linder cracked over center and was followed by Johnny Coble ' s conversion. CATAWBA WINS OVER GUILFORD In their final home game of the season, Catawba set the Guilford Quakers back, 20-14, in a replica of the Elon game. Bob Linder bucked over for all three of Catawba ' s touchdowns. It was his TD in the waning minutes of the final quarter that gave the win to the Tribe. Even though the Indians outplayed the Quakers in every department, there was only a small margin of dif- ferences in the caliber of play of the two clubs. CATAWBA LOSES TO LENOIR RHYNE Lenoir Rhyne won the Thanksgiving Day game by soundly thrashing the Indians 33-13 in Hickory. It was the first time in the long series between the two schools that the Bears have beaten Catawba on the former ' s home grounds. The running of the Robinson twins, Gene and Jerry, and Steve Trudnak, was too much for the Indians as they took it on the thin tor their second conference loss of the season. The win gave the North State Championship to the Bears who went on to win in the Pythian Bowl, Joe Popp and Bob Linder carried the oval across once each for the Indians. 89 BRSHETBRLL The 1952 basketball season at Catawba has been one of the most surprising seasons in the history of the school. While the team has accounted for what is the poorest cage record in their history, they have established an all-time scoring mark by averaging well over 70 points per game. In the absence of Basketball Coach Earl B. Ruth, who is receiving his doctor ' s degree at the Uni- versity of North Carolina, Coach Bob Spangler took over the reins and has headed the club this season. When the smoke of battle had cleared at the three-quarter point of the season, the Indians had won but four games and lost thirteen. The year- book went to press before the end of the 1952 season and therefore, all games are not listed. After getting off to a poor start at the first of the year the Indians continued to falter during the season when they ran into clubs with exceptionally tall players. The tallest player on the Redskins ' aggregation stood six feet three inches while many of their opponents were six feet five and over. 90 Coach Bob Spangler Co-Captains Bill Hunsucker, Larry Taylor, Francis Pleasants The shooting accuracy of the Catawbans this season was amazing as they hit on nearly 35 per cent of their shots from the floor in establishing a new school scoring record, but their lack of height on defense was a vast handicap. Eight players for the Indians graduate this spring and four of the eight are regulars in the starting lineup. Graduating are All-North State Conference Bill Hunsucker, Charlie Hodgin, Francis Pleasants, Joe Oxendine, Dave Hodge, Gene Fuller, Joe Popp, and I.arry Taylor. With the prospects of a better and brighter cage season next year, Catawba closes its basketball season with the annual tournament in Statesville. Catawba 62 Davidson 65 Catawba 73 Atlantic Christian 59 Catawba 68 East Carolina 80 Catawba 75 Presbyterian 80 Catawba 67 Atlantic Christian 65 Catawba 78 Newberry 65 Catawba 67 High Point 78 Catawba 71 Lenoir Rhyne 96 Catawba 71 Elon 69 Catawba 83 West Carolina 90 Catawba 76 Presbyterian 93 Catawba 73 Appalachian 83 Catawba 66 Hanes Hosiery 80 Catawba 70 McCrary 78 Catawba 68 Elon 90 Catawba 60 High Point 8 3 Catawba 83 Guilford 91 91 H h BRSEBRLL There were several changes in the baseball pros- pects at Catawba with the graduation of many of its star players and with Coach Marion Richards taking over the coaching duties of Coach Earl Ruth who was on leave of ab sence. Coach Richards, in his first year at the wheel of the local collegians, turned out a fine ball club for the Indians. Newman Park was once again the scene of many exciting baseball games as the Red- skins hit the trail seeking another conference crown to add to their record. Facing Coach Richards was the problem of re- placing many players lost either by graduation or professional baseball. All-Conference Larry Taylor stepped out of college baseball when he signed with a major league club. The loss of Jack Ward from the ' 51 team also left a large gap in the lineup. Back for another season of ballchasing were Jim Luciana, Charles Fortenberry, Dave Hodge, All-Conference Joe Oxendine, Larry Baker, and several other holdovers. mTRRmURRLS The boys ' intramural sports program enjoyed one of its best years on the campus in 1951-52 with a large interest in the six sports offered. Entrants in tag football, volleyball, basketball, tennis, horse- shoes, and Softball were numerous and the com- petition keen. Section A of Salisbury Rowan Dormitory pro- vided the highlights of the first half of the season by winning out in both tag football and volleyball tournaments. They defeated Section E, defending champions, in the finals for the championship. With fewer teams entered than in the preceding year, the competition was stronger than it had been in years. The spring sports were brought to a close with the traditional softball tournament. 92 VRRSITY CLUB Robert Lindcr President The Varsity Club is composed of men who have earned a letter in any major sport. Colorful initiation is prescribed for prospective members. 93 $ ' : Wi m$ h ' —fi Bm ••— . _ l:.-J. J Vl " V-. :i i v? uuomEn ' s sports OFFICERS Jo Patterson President Joanne Hilliard Vice-President Joan Dellinger Secretary-Treasurer Miss Helen Kraiss Advisor Mrs. D. C. Dearborn Advisor MANAGER Pat Brandt Fall Manager Carolyn Richtmyer Winter Manager Dot Arey Spring Manager Julie Byrcn Publicity Manager UU.fi.fi. CR B I n ET The Women ' s Athletic Association endeavors to promote healthful living while stressing team play and team spirit. Its purpose is to develop honesty and clean sportsmanship in the individual. The association is composed of all women students interested in sports. There is no limit to membership and everyone is invited to join the organization. To be a member a girl must participate in practices and tournaments. Teams are chosen for each sport. Rivalry is great and competition is keen. Included in the W.A.A. program is hockey, speedball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, archery, table tennis, and bowl- ing. Individual medals are awarded to members of the winning teams. The association is responsible for socials, for the selection of the May Day Chairman, presentation of the May Day Pageant, and the sponsoring of the formal May Day Dance. 95 M S«WF H FEATURES r Jackie Bost and " Lope " Linde Seniors " Tootie " Stefano and Sonny Allen Juniors CLRSS FRVORITES Sophomores Peggy Laymen and Sammy Ward Freshmen Janie Bonds and Page Lyerly WHO ' S WHO at Catawba Front row, left to right Jacqueline Stuart Bost Rockwell. N. C. Natalyn White Archer Mooresville, N. C. Julia Ridenhour Byron Mercersburg, Pa. Donald Bain Orander .... Winston-Salem, N. C. Second row, left to right Carl James Fink Faith, N. C. Larry Jerome Taylor Rockwell, N. C. John James Kelly Bridgeton, N. J. Gordon Alexander Beaver Landis, N. C. (Not pictured) Eight leading Senior students of Catawba College were selected by a special committee of students and faculty to receive the special honor of membership in Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges. They were chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and potentialities. 99 M Miss Jackie Bost, Queen Miss Rose Honeycutt Miss Julia Byron HomEcominG 100 $?538S Homecoming in ' Fifty-One was typical of Catawba. Scores of old graduates met for the first time in years. As always, the day was highlighted by dormitory decorations, the parade through town, the football game, and the dance. The traditional friendly spirit of Catawba was and is extended to all the friends and visitors of the college. . ?. Miss Julia Byron, Oneeii fTIRY DRY 102 Miss Jackie Bost Maid of Honor RTTEnDRnTS Front row: Rose Honeycutt, Sarah Wilson, Jackie Bost, Julia Byron, Katherine Fesperman, Margaret Clapp, Bernice Ribet. Back row: Mary Louise Peeler, Eleanor LeVan, Peggy Layman, Becky Julian, Thelma Brooks, Carolyn Richtmyer, Janie Bonds. M 1 Arnold ' s " Your Guide to Better Fashions " Salisbury, N. C. Family Cleaners 1 22 East Innes Street Salisbury, N. C. Balfour Co. 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