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

 - Class of 1965

Page 1 of 184

 

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1965 Edition, Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1965 volume:

, REFERENCE - NOT TO BE TAKEN FrtOM I HIS KOOM ' ■J. .:■■■ ■!■■ " ffil .1 ■ IsSTfJSI REFERENCE -NOT TO BE TAKEN FrtOM MIS ROOM . ,;. :■■ ...:;: ■■ ■ :■ ' : - " mms3 retina 28144 Ut mMafer 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 Catawba, 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. And with us who bear thy culture, May thy precepts and spirit abide. r ; MtfMifi: ££»« « _ ' TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS FEATURES SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS 6 12 14 32 84 114 134 164 mm Hi H Students come to Catawba seeking many things: everyone has his own goals and ideals. However at Catawba we learn to form a common understanding. From the moment we arrive within her domain, a new life begins. Here are our friends, and here we reach our goals. As the year progresses, we find ourselves involved in preparing for classes, exams, and social events. We remember the first football game, the dances in the Crystal Cage, the parties, the professors, the finals, and the endless term papers. The friends made here cannot be forgotten. The new values obtained and the pur- suit of goals all comprise the word Catawba. As the year draws to a close, we realize that many of our campus family will not be returning next fall. For many, Catawba will no longer be home from Sep- tember to June but rather a memory. To the Class of ' 65 we say Congratulations. Wherever you may be, ' May the thoughts of my sojourn there ' be pleasant and happy ones for you. «ES -BV .■■■.■ ' " ■ " ■■■ ' ■ ■■■■:■ ' " ■ ■ ' ' ■ ' mm. ■■ ' ' li ■: ' ■ £ »4l ■ ■ Yv mm . " v.. " ' " .!;, «SS8H»5 Si $ !£ (»S?E ;■■■ :■ •-•■«■■!•... Vedmtk m HPI The respect Pastor Seiwell has earned on the campus of Catawba College cannot be fully expressed in words. Whether he is preaching to the student body in chapel, talking in personal conferences, or sitting on the sidelines at football games, his enthusiasm for life, his reverence for God and his right- eous life can be sensed by all. His untiring efforts to help all people shall never be forgotten. It is with great pride, honor, respect, and warmth that we dedicate the 1 965 SAYAKINI to our friend and campus Pastor — Porter Seiwell. •Wis mm ■;:-=. m m mm ■ . wm A D M I N I S T R A T I O N PRESIDENT To the Members of the Class of 1 965: The passing of this significant milestone, college graduation, merits the sincere congratulations of us all. I wish I might write a personal message to each of you, for each of you has achieved his own distinctive accomplishment, different from that of anyone else. All of us share your satisfaction on attainment of this high goal. We hope you will often recall the events and activities recorded in this Sayak- ini. The purpose of the editors has been to furnish reminders which will serve through years to come to bring you back in spirit, and sometimes in person, to your Alma Mater. Our more significant hope for you, however, is that your college career will serve only as prelude to a life of study, of contemplation, and of action which will dem- onstrate the growth you have begun at Catawba and will continue wherever you go. Our best wishes will go with you always. Sincerely yours, Donald C. Dearborn Earl B. Ruth, Ph.D. Dean of Students Daniel E. Kirk, Ph.D. Dean of College Hem! 8»i3 m I m. ?Mm DEANS Nar Warren Talyor, M.A. Associate Dean of Students Raymond Jenkins, Ph.D. Dean of the Faculty BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Carl G. Bickers, Jr., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Commerce Millard F. Wilson, M.A.E. Associate Professor of Commerce Ja-Cy Thomas, M.S. Assistant Professor of Commerce Roy C. Derting, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Commerce W. Guy Propst, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Commerce EDUCATION S. Arnold Ramey, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education J. Leon Coulter, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education Lillian Bird Zachary, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education ENGLISH Lillie Hall Antonakos, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Patrick 0. Spurgeon, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Betty S. Lomax, M.Ed. Adjunct Professor of Education Nell Harden, M.A. Assistant Professor of English Lilyan Colson, M.A. Associate Professor of Speech and English Mil Mksb BBraB ■■■ ' ■■ ' Mkt T Ww FINE ARTS Joanne Norman, M.M. Assistant Professor of Music Hoyr McCoehren, M.A. Associate Professor of Drama Richard G. Ayers, M.A. Assistant Professor of Drama Lucile Epperson, M.M. Associate Professor of Music Marvin D. Wigginton, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Music Lawrence B. Bond, M.M. Assistant Professor of Music HOME ECONOMICS h f " 4 1 j m r ' Jk V Edith B. Corriher, M.S. Associate Professor of Home Economics Katharine French, M.A. Associate Professor of Home Economics ■■■■ ' ' ' ■■ ' . . Wma ■ :■ ' .-- ' ■ ' Wk LANGUAGES Nira Andrews, Ph.D. Professor of Romance Languages NATURAL Anton ios Antonakos, Ph.D. Professor of Physics Robert E. Hay, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Geology Glenn W. Deal, Jr., M.A. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Maurice C. Powers, Ph.D. Professor of Geology and Astronomy SCIENCES Edmond Bruce Newell, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology Jane P. Holt, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology Leola Crosrhwaire, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Biolo Wendell E. Derry, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Daniel B. Phyler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biolo MATHEMATICS Ralph B. Johnson, M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics Jack C. Keeter, M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics William E. Gibbons, M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ray Oxendine, M.A. Instructor in Physical Education and Assistant Football Coach Patricia Ann Rice, M.A. Instructor in Physical Education John Harvey Stratton, M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education, Head Football Coach, and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Don W. Maphis, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assistant Football Coach Edwin W. Crain, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education Samuel A. Moir, Jr., M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Head Basketball Coach RELIGION Porter W. Seiwell, B.D. Campus Pastor and Assistant Professor of Religion Donald J. Selby, Ph.D. Professor of Religion Charles Gregg Singer, Ph.D. Professor of History SOCIAL STUDIES Bruce F. Griffith, M.A. Instructor of History Peter Penn Cooper, II, M.A. Associate Professor of Sociology and Political Science Lounell Mullis, M.A. Assistant Professor of Psychology R. A. Bragg, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology (Not Pictured) Elisabeth Russell Sc ronton, M.A. Professor of History Paul C. Heckert, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology Bruce A. Wentz, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Psychology John C. Whitfield, M.A. Professor of Sociology (Not Pictured) LIBRARIANS Lulu Ruth Reed, Ph.D. Librarian and Professor of Library Science Frances Decker Wenti, B.S. Assistant Librarian Mary V. Fisher, M.S. L.S. — Reference Librarian Margaret H. Cress, B.A. Assistant Reference Librarian HEAD RESIDENTS Mrs. Annie Fulmer Head Resident, North Hall Mrs. Evelyn Deal Head Resident, Zartman SECRETARIES Miss Doris Kaneklides Head Resident, Claremont 1 Left to Right: Margie Fesperman, Post Mistress; Arlene Wyrick, Secretary to the Director of Admissions; Margaret Armstrong and Mary Anne Cline, Secretaries to the Director of Public Relations and Publicity and Alumni Affairs. BUSINESS OFFICE Seated: M. Adele Swarm, Bursar. Standing: Wilma Singleton, Secretary to Business Manager; Eloise Peeler, Telephone and Mimeograph Operator; Telca Elium, Accountant; Shirley P. Rhine- hart, Budgetary Control. Barbara S. Hill, Secretary to the Associate Dean of Women and the Director of Institutional Studies; Barbara G. Setzer, Secretary to the Dean of Students. David J. Scssoms, Director of Institutional Studies. Seated; Ethel Goodlow, Registered Nurse; Hope Warren, Reg- istered Nurse. Francis Lee, Secretary to the President. Reid Jonn, M.A. Associate Professor of English and Registrar Marion M. Richards, M.S. Director of Admissions Dorothy Y. Kizziah Dean of Residence m David E. Setzer, A.B. Assistant Director of Public Relations and Publicity Forrest G. Pridgen Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Laura and Bill Smith Managers of the Canteen, Bookstore, and Post Office Albert Carpenter Business Manager Donald Frank, A.B. Alumni Affairs Mary Emma Knox, B.S. Dietitian « Mi c L A S S E S SBL K9S HB Martha Bacon, Secretary; Danny Tuckerman, Vice-President; Martha Parker, Treasurer. FRESHMAN OFFICERS Fred Gorman, President. JOHN ADAMS Lonsdale, Pa. JUDY ADAMS Rocky Mt. JAMES ANDERSON Kannapolis NOREEN ANSTINE York, Pa. SANDY ASBURY Glen Rock, N. J. MARTHA BACON Salem, N. J. LINDA BAKER Hampton, Va. MARGARET BALDWIN York, Pa. BARBARA BARRINGER Conover STEVE BASEHOAR Littlestown, Pa. BEVERLY BATTIS Wilmington, Del. GAYLE BAUMGARDNER Arlington, Va. MARY HELEN BEAR Hamburg, Pa. JULIE BLAND Bethesda, Md. HELEN BOAL Wake Forest GAIL BOLICK Maiden JEANNE BORSCHEL Kinston BETH BOYER Boalsburg, Pa. STEVE BOYLES King MILLS BRIDGES Salisbury ANNE BROOKS Edison, N. J. JEAN BROWN Winston-Salem JANICE BUNDICK Merchantville, N. J. LEM BURLESON Albemarle MIKE CADY Washington, D. C. BARRY CARMINE Laurel, Del. SUSAN CARPENTER Arlington, Va. STEPHANIE CASTLE Williamsport, Md JIM CAUTHEN Stotesville NODGHIA CLARK New London JANELLE COCHRANE Troy SUE COKEFAIR Mountain Lake, N. J. SUE COLLINS Arlington, Va STEVE CORRIHER China Grove DAVE COSSABOON Bridgeton, N. J. ROBERT COSTIC McAdoo, Pa. TRINA CRAVER Lexington ALAN CSONTOS Wharton, N. J. JOHN CUNNION Magnolia, N. J. J. EDWARD CUTCLIFFE Holden, Mass. JEANETTE DAY Baltimore, Md. DIANNE DAIGLE Salisbury GARY DIEHL Harrisburg MARY CAROL DOBEY Arlington, Va. GEORGE DUNLAP Philadelphia, Pa. WIC DUNLAP Walnut Cove BRUCE EBERSOLE Paradise, Pa. ALICE EDWARDS Albemarle DIANNE EDWARDS Sherrill ' s Ford MIKE ELLIS Laurel, Del. SANDRA LEE EPPERSON Elon College J OE FAULK Greensboro JOE FEUDA Magnolia, N. J, PAT FITTS Ridgewood, N. J, OWEN FOSTER South Plainfield, N. J. DANNY FOUTZ Salisbury JUDITH FRY China Grove RON GAMROT Pittsburgh, Pa FRED GARMAN Lancaster, Pa. BILLIE GIBBONS Kannapolis GREG GIRTON York, Pa. CHARLES GLUNT Rennsville, N. J. VICKIE GODDARD Lancaster, Pa. KAY GOBLE Newton GAYLE GORMSEN Blacksburg, Va. J IM GRAHAM Warrenton, Va. BRUCE GRIFFITHS Woodbury, N. J. JEFF GRUBE Allentown, Pa. JOHNNY GUNDLACH Orlando, Fla. WAY NE HAGER Salisbury TERRY STAMBAUGH Hanover, Pa. KAREN HARMON Lykens, Pa. JAN HARRISON Salisbury JOHNNY HARWOOD New London JANET HAWLEY Pennsaukn, N. J. TOM HECKENLUBER Gettysburg, Pa. SKIP HENRY Mt. Airy JULIA HESTER Conover LOYD HILL Salisbury WAYNE HINSHAW Randleman JOHN HODGES Collinsville, Va. CLEGG HONEYCUTT Salisbury TERESA HOOVER York, Pa. CANDY HORD Mooresville JOHN HOSTETTER Hanover, Pa. CAROL HULBERT Allentown, Pa. KATHLEEN HURRY Atco, N. J. LINDA HUTCHINSON Charlotte CAROLYN IULIUCCI West Berlin, N. J. JOHN JOSLIN Swansea, Mass JACK JOYNER Foster, Va. BARBARA KANN Gettysburg, Pa. SUSIE KARAMESSINES Falls Church, Va. HARRY KEPPLEY Womelsdorf, Pa. JEANNE KERR Newton NANCY KILLIP Medford, N. J. SUSAN KIMREY Norwood ROBERT KING Brevard GRETCHEN KIRK Oxford, Pa PETER KLINE Lancaster, Po. ROBERT KLOTZ . . ' Mays Landing, N. J. EDWARD KOONTZ Littlestown, Pa. LOIS KORNBERGER Cherry Hill, N. J. TIM KRAUS Baltimore, Md. ROBERT LANDRUM Whitestrom, N. Y. JACK LANNING Salisbury JEANNE LAUSCH Reading, Pa. KENNETH LEAZER Salisbury DAV E LEE w, Hartford, Conn NANCY LEINBACH Newton BILL LENTZ M t. Ulla TESSA LESLEY Foifh ROBERT LITTLE Kannopolis E. J. LONG Lexington DAN LYERLY Woodleaf JOYCE MADARA Salem, N. J. CLAUDIA MAY Wilmington, Md. SUSAN MacGREGOR Bethesda, Md. KATHY McCORKEL Lancaster, Pa. JOYCE McDERMOTT Wyckoff, N. J. LARRY McGOUGAN St. Paul DALE MclNTOSH Salisbury BILL McLAUGHLIN Mooresville JOE McLELLAN Rockville, Md. DOUG MILLER Lancaster, Pa. SHARON MILLER Frederick, Md. SUSAN MILLER York, Pa. JACQUELIN MODISETTE Belmont MARILYN MOORE Fort Lauderdale, Fla. CAROL MORTON Media, Pa. ALLISON MURPHY Rohoboth Beach, Del. EDDIE MYERS Salisbury EDDIE NESTER Salisbury CHARLES NOELL Winston-Salem ROBERT NONNEMACHER Stroudsburg, Pa. NADINE OAKLEY McLean, Va. TOM OLDS New Castle, Pa. PHIL OLWEILER Elizabethtown, Pa. MARTHA PARKER Charlotte JOHN PATTERSON Spencer HARRY PEELER Faith 3UDDY PERRY Salisbury ROY PETREA Kannapolis DAVID PEXTON Springfield Va 1 TURNER PIGFORD Conover JOHN PROUTY York, Pa. » ■RJM S ' , . CECI PUTNAM Chapel Hill BARBARA RABENHORST Silver Spring, Md ■ ' " V Jfcto % AtmA DONNA RABENHORST Silver Spring, Md. PAM RANDOLPH Concord SIDNEY REID Denton VICKIE ROBERTS Salisbury DAVID ROWLANDS Danielsville, Pa. CATHERINE SCHMID Laurel, Md. BETTIE SCHNOOR Mountain Lake, N. J. MARY SCHOFIELD Durhom L M ' i LARRY SHAW Mitchell, Indiana r ' DIANE SHEARER McConnellsburg, Pa. V " j ' V. " " dRMdm SANDRA SHERRILL Sherrill ' s Ford TERRY SHIVE Salisbury RICH ARD SHOAF Spencer WILLIAM SHOCKLEY Southern Pines JOYCE SIFFORD Saljsbury STEVE SIGMON Kernersville CAROL SMITH Salisbury GRAYSON SNURR Waynesboro, Pa DAVID SNYDER Summerdale, Pa. LYNN SPOERL Pennasauken, N. J. J EAN SPRY Spencer OPAL ST. JOHN Jonesville FRED STOESSEL Salisbury JEFF STONESIFER Hanover, Pa. NED STORY Salisbury ROBIN STOUT Hanover, Pa. WILLIAM TEAGUE Mocksville MARY THORNETT McLean, Va. CRAIG THRASH Burwick, Pa. LINDA GREATHOUSE Rockville, Md. KENNETH TREXLER Salisbury DANNY TUCKERMAN Funkstown, Md. NED TYSON Fernandina Beach, Fla. JANE UPCHURCH Norwood LAWRENCE VELTEN Suitland, Md. PERRY VONCANON Salisbury DAVID WALTHOUR Jeannette, Pa. LARRY WALTON Charleston, W. Va. JIMMY WATKINS Albemarle TONI WATSON Salisbury LYNDA WEANT Salisbury BILL WHEELER Shanokim, Pa. CYNTHIA WHISENANT Maiden WADE WHITE Morristown, Po. JOHN WHITLATCH Winston-Salem ROGER WHITNER Millersburg, Po. BOB WIEDNER Allentown, Pa. CHRIS WILEY Elllcott City, Md. BILL WILHELM Mooresville KAY WILLIAMS Hickory CLAIRE WILSON Charlotte THERESA WILSON High Point CYNTHIA WORKMAN Lexington E. KATHRYN WORTHINGTON . . . . Hogerstown, Md. KATHERINE WRIGHT Winston-Salem DAVE YOUNG . ' Smithtown, N. J GEORGE ZANE Bridgeport, N. J mm Ken Teunon, Vice-President; Marianne Pearson, Secretary; Craig Ingram, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Dick Heist, President CAROL ABENDSCHEIN Washington, D. C. MARGARET ANN ADAMS Concord BECKY AGNER Salisbury BOB ALLEN Mr. Airy JUDY AMICK Thomasville HANK ARMSTRONG Runnemede, N. J. FRANCES ASHBURN Mt. Airy BRENDA BAME Carolina Beach KATHY BANGE Hanover, Pa. MARTHA BARNHARDT Salisbury CAROL BASHORE Bethel, Pa. SUSAN BAST Pottstown, Pa. BILL BERRY Annville, Pa. DEENIE BLACKBURN Tobaccoville ELAINE BLACKWELL Salisbury PAUL BOGER Clover, S. C. REID BRADSHAW Landis SHARI BRAWLEY Davidson BRYANT BRASWELL, JR Lexington DONNA BREITENSTEIN Boca Raton, Fla. DIANE BREMER Winston-Salem ANNETTE BROWN Bartow, Fla. LINDA BROWN Harmony ANN BROWNLEE Salisbury SAM BRYANT Erwin MIKE BURFIELD St. Marys, Pa EDWARD CANNON Salisbury JULIA CARPENTER Salisbury HP s DON CARTER Murphy JANICE COCHRANE Concord ANN COLLINS Salisbury TIPPY COX Mt. Airy PEGGY CRUNKILTON Arlington, Va. WILLIAM CURTIS Plainfield, N. J. TONY DEAL China Grove SUZIE DeCARION Freeport, N. J. JEAN DRENNAN Salisbury BILL EASON Monroe MADELYN EMERSON Salisbury HELEN ERTL Harrisburg, Pa. WILLIAM EVANS Mocksville BARBARA FEATRO Summit Hill, Pa. JEAN FIDLER Concord THOMAS FISHER Womelsdorf, Pa. BILL FRIEL •„ Washington, D. C. OWEN FULK Pinnacle FORREST GAUKER Reading, Pa. JUNE GOFORTH Statesville REG GOBBLE Salisbury ANN GREEN Winston-Salem SUE GREEN Thomasville STEVE GRUBBS Newport News, Va. BRAD HACKETT Salisbury TOM HALPIN Westtield, N. J. LEON HAMLIN Roxboro RUSSELL HAND Atco, N. J mMdtto RICHARD HEIST Birdsboro, Pa. 1 FRED HESSE Telford, Pa. BRIAN HILL Manchester Depot, Vt. Ifr X SANDRA HILL Terrell PEGGY HILLE Philadelphia, Pa. ANNE HOFFNER Salisbury PETER HOLBROOK Hampden-Sydney, Va. LINDA HORNER Salisbury CATHERN HOWELL Albemarle MICHAEL HUMPHREVILLE Lancaster, Pa. WILLIAM HUMPHREY Long Island, N. Y. CRAIG INGRAM Hagerstown, Md. OLIVIA JESSUP .Liberty FRED JORDAN Salisbury PHIL KIRK Salisbury B, : ! FRED KISTLER Lincolnton SYLVIA KOBULNICKY Kannapolis SANDRA KOEHLER Rohrerstown, Pa. DAWN KOONTS Lexington JEFF LANDRETH Winston-Salem ——■— DICK LAIMBEER Media, Pa. JUDIE LAUCKS Reading, Pa. tS9t RICHARD LAUDENSLAGER Reading, Pa. SUE LEAZER Collingswood, N. J. J. WESLEY LEE W. Hartford, Conn. . E B JOHNNY LENGEL Yukon, Pa. KAREN LIPPOLT Arlington, Va. FRANCES LITAKER ... ..Kannapolis TREY LOY Malvern, Pa. RON MACCARONI Waterford, N. J. JANICE MATKINS Burlington REX MATTHEWS Angler LADON MAY Summit Hill, Pa. KATHLEEN MAURER Somerset, Pa. LOIS MAXWELL Hadden Heights, N. J. MOLLY MAYNARD Guilford College SUSANNE McCARN Mt. Pleasant DIANNE McKINNEY Mt. Airy BOB McLEOD Burlington TIMOTHY McMANUS Stanford, Conn. KATE McNEIL Salisbury WILLIAM MILLER Conovei MARY FRANCIS MITCHELL Salisbury MELODY MOIR Sudbury, Mass JERRY MOORE Statesville JAMES MOOSE Taylorsville BARBARA MULL Lexington SYLVIA MURPHY Summerfield ANN NELMS Kannapolis DIANE PALMER Chesapeake, Va. CHARLES PARKS Thomasville MARIANNE PEARSON Hagerstown, Md. FRANK PEPPER Salisbury NORMA PETREA Salisbury ROBERT PETTERS Hammonton, N. J. GERALD PHELPS Spartanburg, S. C. KAY POWELL Laurel, Del KATHY PRICE Salisbury DORIS PYRTLE Rural Hall MARY IVA REINHARDT Woodland MARGARET REISNER Salisbury BENNY ROBBINS Salisbury MARTHA ROHRBAUGH Glen Rock, Pa. RONALD ROOF Mercersburg, Pa. PAUL ROWAND West Berlin, N. J. CHET SCHULTZ Gettysburg, Pa JOHN SECKEL Silver Spring, Md. DICK SEIWELL Salisbury RON SHARPE Las Vegas, Nev. FRANCIS SHIVE Norwood STEVE SILLS Lancaster, Pa. LYNNE SLINEY Bethany, Conn. GINNY SMITH Salisbury LINDA SMITH Thomasville MELODY SMITH Hereford, Pa. WENDY SMITH Altoona CAROL ANN SPEAKER Milltown, N. J. BILL SPENCER Vienna, Va. DEITRA STEVENS Winst on-Salem BRUCE STUCK Berlin, Pa. DONNA SUMMERS Morganton JEAN SWAIM Williamston STEVE TALBERT China Grove KENNETH TEUNON Chateauroux, Indre, France CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY Salisbury, North Caroling 28 H KAREN TOMLIN Arlington, Va. RICHARD TRIPLETT Lenoir LARRY TUCKER Cooleemee MARTHA VAN GOOR Toms River, N. J. r DINNY VAUGHAN Selmo, Alo. SUSAN VICK Blowing Rock CHARLOTTE WARFIELD North Brunswick, N J. MARGARET WEEDON Kensington, Md. I BARRY WHITE West Reading, Pa SIGMON WHITENER Salisbury JUDY WIGGINTON Salisbury MARILYN WILSON Levittown, Pa. BETH WINTERS Statesville MARIANNA WISE Lancaster, Pa JAMES WOLF Wallingford, Pa. BOB YOUNG Salisbury ED YOUNGKIN Eaton, Po. - ft » 4. ' m ; ■■■ : w Mv : tmmmtfkz ■ ! l 3SSS? Larry Kriebel, Vice-President; Triva Wingo, Secretory; Lyn Rinehart, Treasurer. JUNIOR OFFICERS Danny Fesperman, President DENNY ALBERTSON Riverton, N. J MARY ALLEN Burlington WANDA ALPHIN Kinston BRYAN APPLEFIELD Stotesville FRED ARNOLD Westminster, Md. CAROLYN ASHE Salisbury CAROLANN AUSTIN Worcester, Mass. SHARON BAIR Salisbury WILLIAM BAIR Salisbury JAMES BAKER China Grove DENNIS BARGER Faith BECKY BEACHAM Newton LINDA BEAVER . Landis ROGER BEAVER China Grove JOHNNY BECK Lexington WILLIE MAY BECK Lexington JAMES BENNETT, II Richmond, Va. WILFRED BERLIN North Plainfield, N. J. ARNOLD BIVENS Monroe BILL BLACKMON Salisbury SAM BOYD Danville, Va, HELEN BRICKER Lancaster, Pa. BETSY BROCKMAN Silver Spring, Md. ED BROOKES Hillside, N. J CAROLYN BROWN Lexington CHARLES CALL Spencer JUDY CAMERON Salisbury DAVID CAMPBELL Bethel Park, Pa. KATIE CAMPBELL Concord ANN CARLETON Anderson, S. C PAM CARNE5 Madison AL CARPENTER Salisbury CAROL CARTER Hoffman WILLIAM CA5HION Mooresville MARY JANE CHIDESTER St. Louis, Mo BOBBY CHILDRESS Mount Airy ALICIA CIVITELLO Phoenixville, Pa STU CLAASSEN Mountain Lakes, N. J. BETTY COCKRELL Stoney Point CAMERON COLEMAN Salisbury LYNDA CRAVEN Concord SUE CROUSE Dry Run, Pa. JOHN DAVIS Philadelphia, Pa. GARY DIEHL Bethlehem, Pa. LARY DIEHL Harrisonburg, Va. DORATHEA DILLON Martinsburg, W. Va PATRICIA DINEEN Salisbury JOHN DOMYAN Bethlehem, Pa. AUDY DOVER Harrisburg BILL EDMONDS Arlington, Va. BILL EUBANKS Salisbury MARCEL FABER Branchville, N. J. ELLEN FAIRCHILD Conover DANNY FESPERMAN New London LINDA FESPERMAN Mooresville JOHN FOARD Newton £ i. HORACE FOIL Mt . Pleasant BRUCE FRACE Lancaster, Pa. TIFFANY FREEMAN Salisbury ROBERT GARRETT Lancaster, Pa. GARY GOETZ Chambersburg, Pa, EDDIE GOMEZ Salisbury JOHN GRAY Durham BILL GREGORY High Point JERRY GULDEN Quakerstown, Pa. ANNE HALL Cleveland J. WILLIAM HALL Cleveland MARION HAMILTON Salisbury JERRY HAMRICK Newberry, S. C. DAVE HANKEE Slatington, Pa. PAT HARRISON Salisbury RAINEY HARTMAN Wyomissing, Pa. NINA HARTSELL China Grove RUSSELL HATFIELD North Tazewell, Va. PHYLLIS HEFNER Conover BILL HEIM Mitchellville, Md. JIM HELM Lancaster, Pa. VANCE HELMS Concord DON HENDERSON Pittsburgh, Pa. DENNIS HERMAN Hanover, Pa EMMETT HERMAN Newton LEE HERSHNER York, Po. JOHN HEYL Allentown, Pa. MARGIE HOKE Walkersville, Md. JOAN HOWELL Statesville THOMAS HURLEY Jefferson JOHN ISENBERG Salisbury CAROL JEBENS Bethesda, Md. FRANK KELLER Stratford, N. J. JAMES KELLER Statesvi lle INEZ KENNEDY Asheboro JUDI JONES New Kent, Va. JOANN KIRSCH Durham ANN KLUTTZ Concord GARLAND KOONTZ Salisbury LARRY KRIEBEL Dublin, Pa. SHERRY LACKEY Kannapolis JEANETTE LAMBETH Thomasville BEVERLY LANNING .Salisbury LINDA LEINBACH Newton DONNY LEMMOND Charlotte FRANK LEWIS Concord JERRY LITTLE Kannapolis CAROL LODGE Wilmington, Del BUD LONG Falls Church, Va. RICHARD LONG Salisbury MIKE MADDEN Salisbury ANN MARTIN Lancaster, Pa. SHARON MARTIN Arlington, Va. BILL MAYES Lamar, Po. LORRAINE McELHONE Marlton, N. J MYRA MEADOWS Oak Ridge NEIL MEDINGER Spencer MARY JO MELVIN Lexington LUCY METTS Lincolnton PATRICIA MICKEY Salisbury JUDY MILLER Claremont JOYE MILLS Mooresville MAX MILLS Salisbury EDDIE MISENHEIMER Salisbury KAREN MOYER Sauderton, Pa. MICHAEL MURRAY Newton, Pa. SHIRLEY MYERS Clemmons BILL NIFONG Clemmons JAMES OLMSTED Spencer, Mass. JANE OSGOOD Springfield, Va. MARY OVERCASH China Grove GEORGIA PEELE Salisbury GENE PEELER Salisbury CONNIE PITTMAN Burlington LEE PLYLER Statesville LARRY PRAETORIUS Orefield, Pa. LINDA PRATT Winston-Salem SALLY PROSSER Lancaster, Pa. BILL PRUITT Rockingham COLON PUTNAM Greensboro HARRIET PUTNAM Chapel Hill MARY ANNE REEDY West Reading, Pa CAL RICE Worcester, Moss. LYN RINEHART Norristown, Pa. I DAVE ROBBINS Gasfonia BOB ROBERTSON Nyersdale, Pa. FRANK ROEBUCK Salisbury TIM ROJAHN Dallastown, Pa JERRY ROLLINS Charlotte JAN ROSS Burlington PATCHES RUNNION Prospect Park, Pa. JAN RYERSON Litchfield, Conn. JOHN SCOTT Blackwood, N. J. JUDY SEIGEL Millersburg, Pa. ZELL SETZER Conover BOB SHAAK Lebanon, Pa. ANNE SHADE McLean, Va. BARBARA SHADE Gilbertsville, Pa. DIANE SHUGARS Baltimore, Md. WILLIAM SHULENBURGER Salisbury LINDA SIELSKI Bethlehem, Pa. STEVE SINK Linwood ANNE SKILES Arlington, Va. KATHLEEN SLABACH Brownsrown, Pa. DAVIE SLOAN Salisbury BRENDA SMITH China Grove FRED SMITH Pilot Mountain JAMES SMITH Salisbury CHARLES STAFFORD China Grove JEAN STALEY Mount Joy, Pa JOAN STALEY Mount Joy, Pa. MINA STEFANIDOU Salonica, Greece NANCY STEIN College Park, Md CAROLE STOKES Lancaster, Pa. ANITA TAYLOR Salisbury MARY LYNN THIEL Burlington PEG THOMAS Fort Knox, Ky. CAROLYN THOMPSON Salisbury SHIRLEY THORNE Mocksville KATHY THORNETT McLean, Va. MOLLY TUTTEROW Mocksville LARRY WALSER Lincroft, N. J. JEAN WATSON Hoffman DAVE WENTLING Lansdale, Pa. LINDA WHITENER Hickory CECIL WHITLEY Monroe DIANE WHITTINGTON Lexington JAMES WILEY New Bern JOYCE WILKINSON Mechanicsville, Va. BYRON WILLARD Salisbury HUGH WILSON Morrisville, Pa. TREVA WINGO Silver Spring, Md. BILL WINTERS Rochester, N. J. MARTIE WINTERS Lancaster, Pa. JANE WOOD Salisbury RALPH WOOD Fernandina Beach, Fla. SYLVIA WOOLLEN Reidsville ■l Janet Smith, Secretary; Martha Boger, Treasurer; George Ault, Vice-President. SENIOR OFFICERS Brooks Doyle, President. 60 CHARLES RICHARD ABERNETHY Newton A.B. Business Administration Fine Films Club I; Accounting Club 2; Advertising Club 3; In- tramurals 1 . MARY FRANCES AMENDOLA Salisbury A.B. English DIXIE ELLEN ANDREW Greensboro A.B. Christian Education Band 1,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Adelphians 1,2; Blue Masque 1 ; Claremont House Council 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; Women ' s Residence Council 4; WAA 1 . GENE FRANCIS APPLER App Littlestown, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Football 1,2, 1,2,3,4; Men ' 3,4, Captain 4; Intramural; s Athletic Representative 4. ,2,3,4; Majors Club IDA LEE AREY Salisbury A.B English Pfeiffer College 1,2. GEORGE ACUFF AULT, JR. Hollsopple, Pennsylvania A.B. History, Religion- Philosophy S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4, President 4; Band 3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Modern Ensemble 3; Senior Class Vice- President 4. WILLIAM ANTHONY BARKLEY Tony Winston-Salem A.B. Geology Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 2; S.C.A. 1; Ad- vertising Club 3; Intramurals 2,3,4 JAMES NEIL BEAVER Jim Rockwell A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 3,4; Advertising Club 3,4. WbM [ RAY REXFORD BOWIE Statesville A.B. English Mitchell College 1,2; Fine Films Club 3. JOHN E. BOYD, JR. Statesville A.B. Religion-Philosophy, English S.G.A. Vice-President 4; Board of Review 4; Senate 4; Legisla- tive Board 4; Student of the Month 3; S.C.A. 1,2,3; Adelphians 1,2; Golf Team 1,2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball Statisti- cian 3,4; Freshman Dorm Counselor 4; Freshman Orientation In- structor 3,4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. BEVERLY BOYER Bev Boalsburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion-Philosophy, History Adelphians 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Fine Films Club 1,2; WAA 1,3,4; Blue Masque 3,4, Class Representative 4; PIONEER 2,3,4, Feature Editor 2, News and Copy Editor 3,4; Dean ' s List 3. PATRICIA ANNE BREITENSTEIN Pat Boca Raton, Florida A.B. English Appalachian State Teachers College 1; WAA 2,3,4, Winter Mana- ger 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4, President 4. CARLTON LEROY BELAND C.B. Wilson A.B. Economics Advertising Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; International Relations Club 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, All-Conference 1,2,3, All-District 26 N.A.I. A. 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hedrick Hall Dorm Presi- dent 1 ; Fine Films Club 1 . PHILLIP WILLIAM BERRIER Mount Airy Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fine F Club 3,4; Dean ' s List 2. A.B. History Club 3,4; International Relations JOE EARL BIESECKER Lexington A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 2,3,4. MARTHA JIM BOGER Clover, South Carolina A.B. English Blue Masque 1; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Koppa 3,4, Treasurer 4; Senior Class Treasurer; Freshman Orientation Instructor 4; May Day 1,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; WAA 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1; SAYAKINI Staff 3. NORMA FAYE BRINKLEY Cana, Virginia A.B. English Freshman Orientation Instructor 2,3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3; Blue Masque 1,2,3, Social Chairman 2,3; Fine Films Club 1; May Queen 4. CHARLOTTE ANN BROWN Salisbury A.B. English Films Club 1 ; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; S.C.A. 1,2; WAA 1; Fin Zartman House Council 4. BUDDY BRUNNEMER Gastonia A.B. Economics, English Advertising Club 1,2; Accounting Club Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1. Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4; BETTY LOU BURNER Elkton, Virginia A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Co-President 4; Fine Films Club 2; United Student Fellowship 1,4; North Hall House Council ?4, Fire Chief 4; WAA 3,4. JAMES EDWARD CAMPBELL Purlear A.B. Moth, Physics Blue Masque 1; Seymour Scientific Club 3; Foil House President 3,4; Jack Kelly Memorial Scholarship 3; Chemistry Achievement Award 2; Dean ' s List 2,3. JOHN R. CARSON Johnny Greenville, South Carolina A.B. Business Administration Montreat-Anderson Junior College 1,2; Advertising Club 3,4; Ac- counting Club 4. BRENDA SUE CARTER Charlotte A.B. Home Economics S.C.A. 1,3; Fine Films Club 2; Blue Masque 2; Home Economics Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. PAUL LITAKER CARTER, JR. Cleveland A.B. Geology Fine Films Club 1; S.C.A. 1. JOHN RAYMOND CLINE Sarge Newton A.B. Sociology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Campus Life Committee Co-Chairman 4; Adel- phians 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Band 3,4; United Student Fellowship l.,2,3,4. SARA DUBOSE COOK Salisbury A.B. Sociology St. Andrews College 1,2; Louisiana College 3; Dean ' s List 4. WANDA DELORES CHILDERS Kannapolis A.B. Sacred Music Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Accompanist 4. JUDY MAXINE CHILDRESS Claremont A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 4, First Vice-President 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3; WAA 1,2,3,4, Winter Manager 3, Spring Mana- ger 4; North Hall House Council 3, Vice-President 3; Phi Epsilon 4, Project Chairman 4; Junior Class Favorite 3; S.G.A. Women ' s Athletic Representative 4; Dean ' s List 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. THOMAS CHARLES CLARK Tom Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Political Science S.C.A. 1; International Relations Club 2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Model General Assembly of the United Nations 3,4; State Student Legislature 3; PIONEER 3,4; Dean ' s List 2,3. PHILLIP HAROLD CLEAVER Phil Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Physics, Mathematics Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque 1; International Relations Club 1 ,2,3,4, Vice-President 3. MIKE COOKE Mooresville A.B. Business Administration JANE LUCILLE CRUNKLETON Arlington, Virginia A.B. Business Education S.C.A. 1; WAA 1,2,3,4; Accounting Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Ad- vertising Club 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Junior Class Council; Zartman House Council 2,3,4, Receptionist 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Women ' s Residence Council 4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. ROBERT STEELE DAVIS Bob Martinsburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Political Science S.C.A; International Relations Club 2,3,4, Program Chairman 3, President 4; Model General Assembly of the United Nations 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hedrick Hall Dorm Council 1; PIONEER 3,4. ELIZABETH BRYAN DAWSON Wilmington A.B. English Wilmington College 1,2; S.C.A. 3. NAN ABERNATHY DAY A.B. Christian Education S.C.A. 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Baptist Student Union 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2, President 3, Social Chairman 4. EDMOND GRAHAM DEAL Buck Mooresville A.B. Mathematics Seymour Scientific Club 4; Fine Films Club 2. SHARON DIAL DEAL China Grove A.B. English, Social Studies Dean ' s List 1, 3. GEORGE B. DEARDORFF Hanover, Pennsylvania A.B. Geology Fine Films Club 1,4; Intramurals 1. NORMA JEAN LACKEY DEARMAN Stony Point A.B. History, Sociology Greensboro College 1,2. JOHN ARTHUR DENLINGER Mountville, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion-Philosophy, History S.C.A. 2,3,4, Co-Chairman 2; Adelphians 3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Vice-President 3, President 4; United Student Fellowship 1,2,4; Academic Honors Scholarship 3,4; Band Scholarship 1; Band 1,2,3; Choir 2,4; Modern Ensemble 2,4; Student Recognition Committee 3; Junior Marshal; Religion Award 3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3, Selection Committee 2; Danforth Scholarship Nominee 4; Track 4; Dean ' s List 1 ,2,3,4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. CURTIS HAROLD EASTER, JR. Curt Cana, Virginia A.B. Accounting, Business Administration S.C.A. 1; Accounting Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3. CLAUDIA RAE ELGIN Lutherville, Maryland A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Co-President 3; Choir 3,4; Phi Epsilon 3,4; Ad- visory Council 3; Class Council 1,2,3; North Hall House Council 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2. RICHARD BRYAN EVANS Ridge wood, New Jersey A.B. Mathematics, Chemistry Track 1,2,4. NORMA DEATON FAGGART Salisbury A.B. Mathematics, English Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4. GAYLE DITTMAR Chambersburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education, English Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; WAA 3. DOCKERY SAM DOBBINS Elkin A.B. Accounting Mitchell College 1,2; Accounting Club 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2. THOMAS RAGAN DOUB Doobie Ellicott City, Maryland A.B. Business Administration Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Fine Films Club 1 ,2,3,4; Advertising Club 2,3; Accounting Club 3,4; Secretary 3, President 4; Modern Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4. BROOKS SHERWIN DOYLE, JR. Nazareth, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion-Philosophy S.C.A. 1,2; Class Vice-President 1; Class President 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Chief Junior Marshal; Freshman Dorm Counselor 4; Dorm Section Leader 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; Judicial Board 4; Freshman Orientation Instructor 4; N.S.S.G.A. Delegate 1,2; Col- lege Rotarian 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 4. BARRY WAYNE FILLMAN Barney Pipersville, Pennsylvania A.B. Religion-Philosophy 5.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Hed- rick Hall Dorm Counselor 3,4; National Women ' s Guild Scholar- ship 4. LORETTA SUE FINK Faith A.B. Physical Education, English S.C.A. 1; WAA 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Maiors Club 2,3,4; S.G.A. 3,4, Women ' s Athletic Representative 3, Senator-at-Large 4; Ath- letic Council Secretary 3; May Court 3;4; Fine Films Club 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Homecoming Queen 4; North Hall House Council Receptionist 4; Dean ' s List 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. EVERETTE WAYNE FINNEY Kannapolis A.B. English Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4. JERROLD LEE FOLTZ Jerry Hagerstown, Maryland A.B. Religion-Philosophy PIONEER 2,3,4, News Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3,4, Deputation Chairman 3; S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque Production 4; Band Color Guard 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. JERRY THOMAS FREEMAN Salisbury A.B. Psychology Mitchell College 1,2; Dorm Counselor 3; S.C.A. 3. ORBE A. GARCIA San Pedro Sula, Honduras A.B. Political Science, Sociology International Relations Club 1,2,3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; S.C.A. 4; SAYAKINI Staff 3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2 CAROLYN JUNE GARMAN Woodstock, Virginia A.B. Political Science S.C.A. 1,2; Fine Films Club I; Blue Masque 4; International Re- lations Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Delegate to State Student Leg- islature 3; Model United Nations Assembly Delegate 3; SAYAKINI Staff 3; Zartman House Council 1,2,3,4, Fire Chief 1,2,3,4. PRESTON JONES GARRISON Morganton A.B. Psychology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Co-Chairman Community Service Committee 4, Cab- inet 4; Fine Films Club 1,2,4; PIONEER 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Dorm Representative 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque Productions 2,3; Foil House Dorm Council 3,4 ROY BERNARD GOODMAN A.B. Psychology University of North Carolina 1,2; Dean ' s List 3. JULIA McCOY GOODNIGHT Salisbury A.B. History THOMAS GRAHAM GOODRUM Mooresvilie A.B. Business Administration Band 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.C.A, 1; Fine Films Club 1,2; Advertising Club 2,3,4, President 4; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4 JANE GRAHAM GRAVES Salisbury A.B. Commercial Education St. Andrews College 1; May Court 4. JOSEPH JAMES GEORGIANA Altoona, Pennsylvania A.B. History, Sociology LAURENCE JOSEPH GIONET, JR. Lorry Jacksonville Beach, Florida A.B. Physical Education Majors Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Varsity Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Manager 3; Junior Class Council; Home- coming Committee 4; S.C.A, 1,2,3, Campus Life Committee Co- Chairman 3; College Rotarian 4. SAUNDRA MARIE GOETZ Greencastle, Pennsylvania A.B. Psychology S C.A 1,2,3,4, Community Service Committee Co-Chairman 3, Treasurer 4; WAA 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2; Blue Masque 4; Home Economics Club 4; PIONEER 4. CHARLES HARRIS GOLDMAN Salisbury A.B. Business Administration University of North Carolina 1,2; Accounting Club 3; Fine Films Club 3,4. RICHARD DEWEY GRAVES Rick Salisbury A.B. Accounting, Business Administration ROBERT WILKINSON GRIFFITH West Haven, Connecticut A.B. Biology S.C.A. 1 ; Sigma Pi Alpha 1 ,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Dean ' s List 1,2,3 CAROL ANN GROGAN Satellite Beach, Florida A B. Sociology Central State College 1; University of Wisconsin Extension 2; Dean ' s List 3. THOMAS F. GROTE, JR. Latrobe, Pennsylvania A.B. Geology Track 1,2,3,4; Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4. ROBERT HALE GRUBBS Spencer A.B. Psychology, English PAUL DAYTON HARING, JR. Joe Hightstown, New Jersey A.B. Business Administration Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4; Band 1 ,2,3; Dance Band 3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Advertising Club 3,4; Accounting Club 4; Golf 3, 4. ANNA H. HARRELSON Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Gardner- Webb College 1 ; Advertising Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Ac- counting Club 3,4. FRED EUGENE HARTZEL Biglerville, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration Advertising Club 2,3,4; Accounting Club 3,4. MARY ALICE HASTY Cooleemee A.B. English University of North Carolina 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4. STEVE HAVNAER Conover JOANN LYNDA HILL Manchester, Vermont A.B. Spanish, History S.C.A. 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Modern Ensemble 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4, Co-Historian-Reporter; Kappa Tou Kappa 4; Blue Masque 4; PIONEER 4; Dean ' s List 1. WILLARD HOWARD HINCKLEY Bill Hellertown, Pennsylvania A.B. French, Social Studies Intramurals 1,2,3; Golf Team 1; Track Team 2; International Re- lations Club 2,3; Sigma Pi Alpha 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4. EDITH MARIE HOLSHOUSER Salisbury A.B. Home Economics Home Economics Club 2,3,4, Reporter 4; WAA 3, Day Student Representative 3; Junior Marshal; Kiwanis Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 1,2. TRINA JEROME HOLT Albemarle A.B. Mathematics S.G.A. 3,4, Legislative Board 3, Women ' s Athletic Representative 4; Athletic ' Council Secretary 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Blue Masque 3,4; Si ' gma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Maiors Club 2,3,4, Secretory 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Fine Films Club 1,3,4; WAA 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 3; North Hall Co-Social Chairman 4; Junior Marshal; Freshman Orientation Committee 2; Freshman-Junior Dance Committee 1; Dean ' s List 1,2,3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. A.B. Biology, Geology ANN BARRINGER HAYWOOD China Grove A.B. English Peace College 1,2; Dean ' s List 3. DIANE HILL Long Island, New York A.B. Music HENRIETTA HOTTENSTEIN Penny Millersburg, Pennsylvania A.B. English, Social Studies American University 1; York Junior College 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; S.C.A. 3; International Relations Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; WAA 4. JEANNE ELLEN HOWARTH Taneytown, Maryland A.B. Mathematics, English S.C.A. 1,2, WAA 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2; Blue Masque 2; PIONEER 3; SAYAKINI Staff 2,3; Zartman House Council Trea- surer 4; May Day 1,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4. DAVID ARNOLD HUMPHRIES Waynesboro, Virginia A.B. English, Drama Blue Masque 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 2, President 3,4. ARNOLD LILLINGTON HUSSER Advance A.B. History, Psychology Band 1,2,3,4; Seymour Scientific Club 1; Archery 2. GERARD KENNETH HUSSER Jerry Advance A.B. Physical Education, History Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Baseball 1,2; PIONEER 2; Majors Club 3,4. SONDRA LEE ICKES New Cumberland, Pennsylvania A.B. Drama, English York Junior College 1,2; Blue Masque 3,4, Executive Board 3, Vice President 4; S.C.A. 3; PIONEER 3. RICHARD TREVOR JONES Salisbury A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; S.G.A. Day Student Representative 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Most Improved Bandsman 3. THOMAS MONROE JOYNER Tommy Statesville A.B. Business Administration Mitchell College 1,2. ALICE CAROL KLUTTZ Salisbury A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; WAA 1,2; Freshman Orientation Instructor 4. KENNETH DOYLE KLUTTZ Cleveland A.B. Math PAUL HOWARD KOLTERJAHN Kolti Rockport, Massachusetts A.B. History Student Union Committee 2; International Relations Club 2,3,4; Intramurols 1,2,3; Junior Marshal; S.G.A. Vice-President 3; S.C.A. 1. VERA GAIL KOONTZ Mocksville A.B. English Mitchell College 1,2; International Relations Club 3,4; Designed and Named Catawba College Flag 3. BILLY THOMAS KEARNS Spencer A.B. Physics, English SALLY ESTHER KENNEDY Thomasville A.B. Music Education Ars de Musica 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; S.C.A. 1,2; Dance Band 3,4; Canterbury Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4. ROY CARL KINCAID Spencer A.B. Political Science Gardner-Webb College 1,2. frank Mcdonald kivett Star A.B. History, Political Science Huck Finn Music Award 1; Blue Masque 1,4; International Re- lations Club 1,2. ANDREW SWIGART KRAUSE Drew Lancaster, Pennsylvania A.B. History S.C.A. 1,2,3, World Service Committee Co-Chairman 3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; ' Adelphians . 1; International Relations Club 3; Blue Masque 4; Intramurals 3,4. GEORGE ROBERT KUPER Easton, Pennsylvania A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Intramurals 1,2; Fine Films Club 1,2; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Blue Masque 2; S.C.A. 4. GARY DEAN LACKEY Wilkesboro A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Advertising Club 2,3,4; Day Student Council 4. CYNTHIA MAE LAKE Hellertown, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education S.C.A. 1; Majors Club 2,3,4; WAA 1,2,3,4, Claremont Repre- sentative 2, Spring Manager 2, President 4; Claremont Dorm Coun- cil 3, Fire Chief 3. GUY HARRELL LANNING Salisbury A.B. Business Administration BARRY DERMONT LEONARD Lexington A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Advertising Club 2; Fine Films Club 2. DANIEL LINDSAY LEONARD Dan Burlington A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Blue Masque 1,2,3,4, Class Representative 3,4; PIONEER Scienti- fic Columnist 3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Indian Archers 2,3; S.C.A. 1; Co-Chief Junior Marshal; Blue Masque Golden Screw Award 3. JOHN HAYDEN LITTLE Conover A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 4; S.C.A. Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Fine Films james g. Mcdowell mi Dallastown, Pennsylvania A.B. Biology Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 3; S.C.A, 2. john philip Mclaughlin Mooresville A.B. Business Administration Baseball 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Accounting Club 3,4; In- tramurals 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club I. ELLEN HILL MIDRIFF Ellie Concord A.B. English, Physical Education PIONEER I; Seymour Scientific Club I; Maiorette 1,2,3, Co- Chief 3; Blue Masque 1,2; Fine Films Club 2; Freshman Orien- tation Instructor 3; Dean ' s List 2,3; Kappa Tou Kappa 3,4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Maiors Club 2,3,4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. JUDITH M. MILLER Judi Scotch Plains, New Jersey A.B. French, Drama BARRETT W. LUTZ Winburne, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Majors Club 1,2,3,4. NATHANIEL ELLIOTT MARTIN Nat Chambersburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Physical Education Track 1,2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; S.G.A. Senator 4; College Rotarian 4; Majors Club Award 3. JERRY LEE MAYE Charlotte A.B. History, Economics Advertising Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, All-Conference 1,2,3, All-State 3, Honorable Men- tion All-American 2,3, All-District 26 N.A.I. A. 2,3. DAVID MASLAND McCOY Jenkintown, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration S.C.A. 1,2; Blue Masque 1,2,3, Vice President 3; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Fine Films Club 1. Blue Masque 1,2,3,4, Secretary PIONEER 1,2; Fine Films Club Dean ' s List 2,3. 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; ,2,3,4; Canterbury Club 2,3,4, VINCENT FRANK MIZERAS Fair Lawn, New Jersey A.B. Business Administration Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1 ; PIONEER Business Manager 3,4; Fresh- man Orientation Instructor 3; Student Recognition Committee 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Accounting Club 2,4; Advertising Club 3,4; SCA 3; PIONEER Key Award 3; Fine Films Club 1. JAMES CURTIS MOODY Statesville A.B. Psychology Mitchell College 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Accounting Club 4. HOWARD GALE MOON Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2; Advertising Club 3,4. SPENCER HOYTE MOOSE Landis A.B. Business Administration JUDITH STUART MUHLHEIZLER Judy Richfield A.B. English SCA. 1; Kappa Tau Kappa 4, Secretary 4; Dean ' s List JOHN FLETCHER NANTZ Statesville 1,2. A.B. Political Science Mitchell College 1,2; SCA 1,2. MARY ELIZABETH THORNE NANTZ Mocksville A.B. History, English Mitchell College 1,2; Dean ' s List 3. RONALD EDDIE NANTZ Ron Mooresville A.B. Accounting, Business Administration S.C.A. 1,2; Blue Masque 1; Intramurals 1,2; Advertising Club 2, 3; Accounting Club 2,3, President 3; Hedrick Hall Head Resident 2; Inaugural Convocation Marshal 2; S.G.A. Men ' s Representative 3; Legislative Board 3; S-R Dorm Council Chairman 3; College Rotarian 3; E. M. Beaver Commerce Scholarship 3; Dean ' s List 1,2; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 3,4. THOMAS LEE OVERCASH Tom Salisbury A.B. Business Administration Fine Films Club 2; Accounting Club 3,4; Advertising Club 3,4. DAVID N. R. OYER Oyster Lemoyne, Pennsylvania A.B. Christian Education S.CA. 1,2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3, Vice-President 3; Choir 2,3,4; PIONEER 2,3,4; Board of Review 2,3, Secretary 3, Chairman 4; Judicial Board 4; Junior Class Council; Hedrick Hall Residence Counselor 3; College Rotarian 4; Student of the Month 3; Foot- ball Statistician 4; Basketball Statistician 3,4; Public Relations Assistant 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Blue Masque 1; Student Union Committee 2; United Student Fellowship 1,2,3, President 3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Fieshman Orientation Instructor 4; Decoration Chairman for Dances 1,2,3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. CHARLES ANNA PARRISH Charlie Thomasville A.B. Secretarial Science W.A.A, 1,2; S.CA, 1; Fine Films Club 2; Accounting Club 3,4. JAMES B. PATTERSON Jim Monroeville, Pennsylvania A.B. Sociology, Religion Class Treasurer 3; S.CA. 1 ,2,3,4, Community Service Committee Co-Chairman 3, Co-President 4; Student of the Month 3; Adel- phians 1; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. CAROL NICHOLES Princeton, New Jersey A.B. Psychology Blue Masque 1,2,3,4; SAYAKINI Literary Staff 4, MARY JOANNE NICODEMUS Joanne Martinsburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Music Ars De Musica 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Choir 3,4; S.CA. 1,2,3. THAYER NIEDERRITER Bear Wallingford, Pennsylvania A.B. Business Administration Student Union Committee 1,2; S.CA. 1; Advertising Club 3.4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Cross Country Team 1,2. ERIC OLANDT Pitman, New Jersey A.B. Political Science, Sociology PATRICIA JEAN PEELER Tippy Kannapolis A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 4; Dean ' s List 1. BILLIE DIANA PETHEL Concord A.B. English Meredith College I; S.C.A 2,3; Ars De Musico 4 JERRY WAYNE POOLE China Grove A.B. Physics, Mathematics Seymour Scientific Club 3,4. DIANE FOWL Lancaster, Pennsylvania A.B. English Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; SAYAKINI Staff 1,2,3, Editor 3; Zartman House Council Secretary 2; Class Fav- orite 2; May Court 2, Maid of Honor 4; Homecoming Court 4. JAMES H. PRICE, JR. Kannapolis A.B. Political Science FREDERICK LEE RATHMAN Winchester, Virginia A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 2,3,4. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH REINBOLD Allentown, Pennsylvania A.B. French SCA 1; PIONEER 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice- President ' 4; Fine Films Club 1,2,3; Phi Epsilon 3,4, President 4; Seymour Scientific Club 3; Blue Masque 3,4; Junior Marshal; May Court 3; Class Favorite List 1,2,3. Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Dean ' s Basketball Accounting sentative 3, JAMES EDWARD RHODES Ed Lexington A.B. Accounting, Business Administration 123 4 Captain 4; Baseball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Club 2,3,4; SCA. 1,2; S.G.A. 3,4, Men ' s Repre- President 4; College Rotarian 4; Judicial Board Chair- Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. WAYNE SCHWARTZ Biglerville, Pennsylvania A.B. Accounting RONALD GUY SCRONCE Ronnie Hickory A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2,4; Advertising Club 4; Track Manager 1,2,3, i; Basketball Manager 4; Fine Films Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ELEANOR ANN SCRUGGS Spencer A.B. Home Economics Appalachian State Teachers College 1; Student Union Committee Co-Chairman 2; Home Economics Club 2,3,4, President 3, Ad- visory President 4; S G.A. Advisory Board 3. WILLIAM JAMES SESSOMS, JR. Jim Galax, Virginia A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Accounting Club 2,3,4, First Vice- President 4; Fine Films Club 2; S.C.A. 1,2; Hedrick Hall Treas- urer 1; Junior Marshal; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freshman Orientation Instructor 2,3. JOE FRANKLIN ROBINSON, JR. Newton A.B. Business Administration Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 1, PHYLLIS JEAN ROBINSON Pennsville, New Jersey A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2,3; W.A.A, 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Second Vice-President 4; Zartman House Council 1; Blue Masque 2,3; Student Recog- nition Committee 3; SAYAKINI Staff 3; Homecoming Committee 4. ROBERT HARRY ROSENBLOOM Bob Shamokin, Pennsylvania A.B. French, History S.C.A. 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4, President 4; International Relations Club 3,4; Dormitory President 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILEY RUTH Salisbury A.B. Mathematics, Physical Education SHARON JEAN SHEPHERD New Port Richey, Florida A B. Sociology 5.C.A. 1,2,3; Choir, 3,4; Student Recognition Committee 3; North Hall House Council 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Co-Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4; Women ' s Residence Council 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4.- CHAL REID SHERRILL Mooresville A.B. History GARY LAMAR SHIVE Kannapolis A.B. Music Education Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President ' Band 3,4; Brass Choir 3. Choir 3,4; Dance ROBERT FISHER SHUPING, JR. Salisbury A.B. Accounting Advertising Club 1; Fine Films Club 2; Accounting Club 3,4. DAVID PLUTARCH SIDES, III Dave A.B. Sociology Wingate Junior College 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Accounting Club 4. ELEANOR ELAINE SIFFORD Salisbury A.B. Commercial Education University of North Carolina of Nursing 1,2; Accounting Club 3,4; Dean ' s List 3. SARAH KELLY SIMS Spencer A.B. Home Economics Meredith College 1. JANET REID SMITH Mooresville A.B. English, Physical Education S.C.A. 2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2,3; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Spring Mana- ger 4; S.G.A. Women ' s Athletic Representative 3; Judicial Board 4; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Majors Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3; North Hall Social Chairman 4; Junior Council; Athletic Council 3; Class Secretary 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. HARRY LEE STANFIELD Prospect Hill A.B. Political Science Wingate College 1,2. JIMMY ALLEN STIKELEATHER Abe Statesville A.B. Mathematics Mitchell College 1; Junior Marshal; Dean ' s List 2,3. MARGARET MAHALEY STOESSEL Salisbury A.B. French, English Queens College 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 3,4; Dean ' s List 3. JOHN KENNETH SYKES, JR. Spencer A.B. Business Administration Fine Films Club 3; Advertising Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Accounting Club 4. MARTIN STEPHEN SMITH Ashe bo ro A.B. Physical Education, Mathematics Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; College Rotarian; S.G.A. Men ' s Athletic Representative 4; Athletic Council 4; Majors Club 3,4; Intramurals Section Representative 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2. MARY ANN SOWERS Lexington A.B. Mathematics, English S.C.A. 1; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Dorm Representative 2,3; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3, Vice-President 3; Phi Epsilon 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Choir 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Modern Ensemble 3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Kappa Delta Pi Award 2; Junior Marshal; PIONEER 1,2; Dean ' s List 1,2,3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. MARGARET JANE SPATZ Jane West Reading, Pennsylvania A.B. Psychology S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,3,4; North Hall House Council 2; Modern Ensemble 3; Class Secretary 3; Blue Masque 3,4. JOHNSIE LOUISE STAFFORD Salisbury A.B. English, History Lenoir Rhyne College 1 . ANN POPE TAYLOR Galax, Virginia A.B. History S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Fine Films Club 2,3; Blue Masque 2. CLAUDE F. TAYLOR, JR. Arlington, Virginia A.B. Business Administration Shenandoah College 1; Advertising Club 3; Accounting Club 3, 4; S.C.A. 3; Intramurals 2,3,4. PHYLLIS LEE TAYLOR Laurel, Delaware A.B. Physical Education, English Fine Films Club 1; S.C.A. 1; Majors Club 2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleader 1 ,2,3, Co-Chief 3. JOHN DAVID THOMPSON Burlington A.B. Mathematics, Physics Choir 1 ,2,3,4; S.C.A. 1 ; Intramurals 3,4; Cross Country Team 1; Seymour Scientific Club 3,4. J. MICHAEL THOMPSON Arlington, Virginia A.B. Accounting, Business Administration Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Advertising Club 3,4, First Vice-President 4; Fine Films Club 2; S.C.A. 1; Track 3,4; SAYAKINI Staff Sports Editor 3,4. WILLIAM TONY THREADGILL Asheboro A.B. Physical Education Majors Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4. JERRY WAYNE TREXLER Salisbury A.B. History, Religion-Philosophy Fine Films Club 2; Kiwanis Scholarship 2,4. PATRICIA ELIZABETH TROUTMAN Pat Concord A.B. English Wingate College 1,2; S.C.A. 3; SAYAKINI Staff 4; W.A.A. 3. PATRICIA ARLENE VANDERAU Patty Chambersburg, Pennsylvania A.B. Home Economics S.C.A. 1,4; Blue Masque 1,2,4; Choir 2; Band 3; W.A.A, 1,2,3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3,4; Kappa Tau Kappa 3. JAMES EDWARD WAGONER Jim China Grove A.B. Physical Education Baseball 1,2,3,4; Majors Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Fine Films Club 1; Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS WILLIAM WARD, JR. Tommy Albemarle A.B. Sociology, Psychology Wingate College 1,2; Seymour Scientific Club 4; Advertising Club 3; Fine Films Club 4; Intramurals 3. MARY JO WARREN Josey Charlotte A.B. Christian Education S.C.A. 1,2,3,4; Adelphians 1,2,3; Kappa Tau Kappa 3,4; Wo- men ' s Guild Synodical Scholarship 2,3,4; American Business Wo- men ' s Association Scholarship 4; Dean ' s List 2. GLYNN EUGENE WEATHERBY, JR. Kannapolis A.B. Accounting Accounting Club 3,4. GUY ADDISON WENCK Baltimore, Maryland A B. Religion-Philosophy, Christian Education S.C.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Adelphians 1,2,3,4; Class President 1- Choir ' 2 3 Publicity Chairman 3; Student of the Month 3; Junior Class Council; PIONEER 3,4, Feature Editor 3, PIONEER Key 3; Fine Films Club 1,2,3. PAMELA BARBER WHITLEY Pam Spencer A.B. English Appalachian State Teachers College 1. CAROLYN M. WISEMAN Carol Badin A.B. Accounting, Business Administration University of North Carolina 1; Accounting Club 2,3,4; Dean ' s List 3. ELAINE GENTRY WITMER Maxton I Staff A.B. English S.C.A. 1,2; Fine Films Club 1; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; SAYAKIN, Jlu 2; S.G.A. Secretary 3; Judicial Board Secretary 3; Legislate Board Secretary 3; N.S. S.G.A. Executive Board Delegate 3; Mi Court 3; Kappa Tau Kappa 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Dean ' s List TERRENCE LEE WOLF Ace Leola, Pennsylvania A.B. Chemistry S.C.A. 1; Seymour Scientific Club 3,4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-President 2; Junior Class Council. PATTI SUZANNE YARBROUGH Lexington A.B. English, Social Studies BARRY STEFAN ZELESNICK Hanover, Pennsylvania A.B. Biology Temple University 1,2. m 3p§ a SENATE MEMBERS, First Row: Karen Moyer, Secretory; Sue Fink Senator- Ron Nantz, Men ' s Representative. Second Row: Mr ' Johnson, Advisor; James Graham, Freshman Representative. Third Row: John Boyd, Vice-President; Richard Jones, Day Stu- dent Representative; Ed Rhodes, President; Dick Seiwell, Treas- urer. Absent: Dorothea Dillon, Women ' s Representative; Nat Martin, Senator; Mr. Reitz, Advisor. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Student Government Association includes each student of Catawba College as a member. This organization has a major responsibility on campus. Through the elected Senate, officers, and various student-faculty committees, the associa- tion strives " to promote the good name and liber- ties of our institution and ourselves; to promote peace and tranquility in our halls; and to strive diligently to promote sound thinking and right act- ing among all our members. " Each member should realize that this organization is working by him for the benefit of each student. Ed Rhodes, President HEDRICK HALL DORMITORY COUNCIL, Seated: Barry Fill- man, John Gundlach, George Dunlop, Ken Kambis. Standing: Danny Tuckerman, John Boyd, Jr., John Hostetter, Brooks Doyle. SALISBURY-ROWAN DORMITORY COUNCIL, Seated: John Seckel, Don Henderson. Standing: Ron Nantz, Vincent Mizeras. WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE COUNCIL: Dorothea Dillon, Jane Crunkleton, Dean Taylor, Dixie Andrew, Sharon Shepherd. DAY STUDENT COUNCIL: Jones, Madelyn Emerson. Phil Kirk, Gary Lackey, Richard ATHLETIC COUNCIL: Gene Appier, Trina Holt, Martin Smith. Not Pictured: Judy Childress. STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARDS JUDICIAL BOARD The Judicial Board hears all disciplinary cases referred to it. Smith. Standing: Brooks Doyle, Dean Ruth, Ed Rhodes, Dave Members include, Seated: Karen Moyer, Dean Taylor, Janet Oyer. Absent: Mr. Maphis, Miss Holt. LEGISLATIVE BOARD The Legislative Board examines and passes all legislative mat- ters submitted to it by the Senate. Members include, Seated: Karen Moyer, Dr. Singer Standing: John Boyd, Ron Nantz. BOARD OF REVIEW Having a monthly report from every club, the Board of Re- . ew rates each organization in the light of its own purposes and gives a prize to the club of the year. Members include, Seated: Jean Staley, Pastor Seiwell. Standing: Dovid Oyer, John Boyd. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The purpose of the Internotionol Relations Club is to provide K Mover C. lulluea, L Pratt. Second Row : P Cleaver J Wolfe, a medium for students to discuss topics concerning international J Stonesifer T Clark B Dav.s. Third Row: G. Gladh R Roof, R. affairs or historical interests. First Row: C. Whisenant, L. May, Olandt, T. McManus, B. Frace, B. Winters, B. Rosenbloom. PHI EPSILON The purpose of Phi Epsilon is to unite the outstanding women Crouse. Standing: M. Sowers, K. Reinbold, T. Holt, C. Elgin, M. of the student body to promote scholarly and cultural activities Tutterow. for the students. Seated: D. Dillon, E. Witmer, M. Winters, S. MS First Row, Left to Right: C. Hulbert, L. Craven, J. Lausch, A. Skiles, T Wilson G Kirk J. Hill, S. Crouse, P. Hille, M. Reedy, L. Spoerl, G ' Bolick ' Second Row: M. Sowers, W. Childers, F. Shive, J. Modisette, J Laucks P Dineen, S. Koehler, S. Shepherd, B. Rabenhorst, M. Moir, S ' Kennedy. Third Row: B. Boyer, K. Lippolt, J. Hawley, M. Rohrbaugh, C Anstine, E. Wright, G. Carter, C. Austin, J. Spatz, B. Shade, D. Hill A Ci ' vitello. Fourth Row: A. Brown, M. Baldwin, S. Martin, J. Nicodemus, R. Hatfield, F. Gorman, T. Doub, C. Elgin, G. Baumgard- ner, H. Putnam. Fifth Row: J. Denlinger, D. Oyer, G. Shive, B. Doyle, J. Joslin, J. Foltz, B. Harting, D. Young, J. Gundlach, T. Threadgill, G. Goetz. Sixth Row: J. Hostetter, G. Ault, G. Shive, C. Shultz, D. Thompson, R. Olandt, M. Humphreville, D. Laudenslager, V. Mizeras, R. Long, J. Adams, P. Holbrook, D. Melcher. CATAWBA COLLEGE CHOIR Combining music, service, and fun, the Catawba College Choir renders a great service in appreciation for music in school and community life. Each year it presents a Christmas and a Spring concert along with its regular duties of chapel, vespers, and baccalaureate services. The choir ' s performances are given for pleasure and valuable experience for its mem- bers. Membership is based on grades, talent, and interest. Majorette: Danna Summers. First Row, Left to Right: R. Hatfield, P Hi lie, T. Olds, G. Girton, M. Melvin, F. Jordan, A. Husser, Z. Setzer, C. Parks, R. Harting, Second Row: G. Ault, L. Praetorius, S. Basehoar, E. Myers, K. Moyer, R. Laimbeer, K. Jones, G. Gluck, K. Slabach, B. Berry. Third Row: T, Doub, P. Dineen, M. Wise, M. Moir, A. Csontos, H. Wilson, J. Modisette, H. Bricker, T. Wingo, J. Lousch. Fourth Row: T. Goodrum, J. Cutcliffe, P. Kline, R. Landrum, E. King, K. Kambis, F. Hesse, C. Noell, B. Stuck, D. Herman. Flag Bearers, Left to Right: D. Laudenslager, D. Thompson, R. Cline. Director: Mr. Lawrence Bond. CATAWBA COLLEGE BAND The Catawba College Band gives students a chance to participate in a performing organization, gives prospective teachers an opportunity to ob- serve methods of teaching and instrumentation, and helps to promote and encourage school spirit. Eligibility is based on their ability to play a musical instrument. Some of the club ' s yearly projects are playing at games, pep rallies, concerts, and parades. MODERN ENSEMBLE The purpose of the Modern Ensemble is to promote interest Koehler. Second Row: Roy Kincoid, John Denhnger, Tom in group singing. First Row: Jeanne Lausch, Mary Ann Doub, Rusty Hatfield, Richard Laudenslager. Director: Mr. Sowers, Linda Craven, Gretchen Kirk, Melody Moir, Sandy Bond. Pianist: Diane Hill. DANCE BAND THE CATAWBA COLLEGE DANCE BAND, First Row: E. Noell, G. Shive, H. Wilson, R. Hatfield. Not Pictured: B. Myers, G. Ault, L. Praetorious, Mr. Bond, G. Gluck, S. Ken- Harting, K. Jones. nedy. Second Row: T. Goodrum, S. Victry, T. Doub, C. ADELPHIANS The purpose of the Adelphion Society is to promote Christian fellowship study, and service in the field of religious activity. First Row: A. Civitello, B. Boyer, H. Bricker, T. Wingo, N. Hart- sell J Denlinger, M. Reedy, J. Gundlach, Dr. Faust. Middle Row: P Hille, F. Shive, D. Wattham. Third Row: R. Costic, F. Stonesifer, L Walser, J. Le ' ngel, H. Keppley, Jr., J. Foltz, B. Fillman. ARS DE MUSICA The aim of Ars de Musica is to further music education and appreciation by seeking opportunities for performance. Seated, Left to Right: L. Spoerl, J. Nicodemus, S. Koehler, S. Kennedy, C Carter, K. Wright, D. Hill, Miss Epperson. Second Row: Z. Setzer, R. ' Hatfield, H. Bricker, F. Shive, J. Modisette, C. Jones, D. Herman, B. Harding. First Row: S. Bast, J. Cochrane, J. Osgood, J. Fry, S. Leazer, D. Blackburn. Second Row: D. Dillon, J. Hill, B. Boyer, M. Meadows, B. Mull, G. Kirk. Third Row: C. Wiley, M. Weedon, D. Summers, K. Lippolt, S. Vick, J. Miller. Fourth Row: P. Thomas, S. Epper- son, J. Foard, S. Ickes. Fifth Row: J. Olmsted, J. Hostetter, F. Hesse, F. Jordan, P. Rowand, G. Diehl, B. Weidner, D. Humphries. Sixth Row: B. Humphrey, K. Teunon, B. Winters, J. Davis, D. Leonard, B. Mayes, Mr. Richard Ayers. BLUE MASQUE The purpose of the Blue Masque is to gather together those students enrolled at Catawba College with a common interest in drama, unify their efforts, and thereby pro- mote dramatic interest and appreciation and dramatic activity on the campus and in the community. Interest in drama is the only basis for membership. OFFICERS, Seated: Vi ce-President, Sondra Ickes; His- torian, Deenie Blackburn; Secretary, Sue Bast; Treasurer, Susan Vick. Kneeling: Historian, Bill Mayes; Co-Social Chairman, Paul Rowand; President, Dave Humphries. Standing: Mr. McCachren, Mr. Honaker, Mr. Ayers. " When we have no more fire, we die. " — SKIN OF OUR TEETH ' You said that you could do it, and indeed you did! " — MY FAIR LADY " When the alphabet ' s finished, we ' ll be able to tell the future and everything. " —SKIN OF OUR TEETH PIONEER As the official college newspaper, the PIONEER is published bi-weekly by Catawba students. Anyone who displays journalistic interest and ability is eligi- ble for staff membership. The policy of the PIONEER is to report campus news and activities and to pro- vide a means by which members of the campus com- munity m ay share ideas to promote a more unified and open community. Work on the PIONEER is di- vided among the staff writers, the business staff, and the editors, with the assistance of the two advisers. EDITOR: Jerry Foltz WRITERS, Seated: Dave Oyer, Bill Spencer, Bob Dav Don Leonard, Tom Clark, Wayne Hinshaw Standing: Seated: Bev Boyer, Assistant Editor; Preston Garrison, Sports Editor. Standing: Bill Pruitt, Feature Editor; Karen Moyer, Man- aging Editor; Alicia Civitello, News Editor. WRITERS, Seated: Gory Diehl, Martha Parker, Tim McManus. Standing: Pam Carries, Dinny Vaughan, Carolyn luliucci. warn BUSINESS STAFF, Seated: Vince Mizeras, Business Manager. Standing: Mary Jo Melvin, Mary Anne Reedy, Judy Miller, Judy Jones, Helen Bricker. QatjaJM EDITOR: Ann Martin. i As we pause to think about " the thoughts of my sojourn there, " many pleasant memories flash through our minds. It has been the sincere aim of the 1964-65 SAYAKINI staff to capture some of the highlights of this past year at Catawba. Your cooperation has been appreciated. May this pictorial history always remind you of your life as a member of the ' Catawba family ' . SPORTS EDITOR: Mike Thompson. PHOTOGRAPHER: Stu Claassen. BUSINESS MANAGER: Donna Breitenstein. TYPIST: Kathy Thornett. ADVISERS: Miss Harden and Mr. Bickers. Margie Hoke, Senior Write-ups. Mary Lynn Thiel, Club Write-ups. ARTIST: Orbe Garcia. SAYAKINI LITERARY STAFF; Seated: Carol Nicholes, Anne Hall, Mary Jane Chidester, Anne Shade, Standing: Jan Ross, Pat Troutman. Not Pictured: Martie Winters. SAYAKINI BUSINESS STAFF: Linda Horner, Sandra Hill, Francis Litaker. Wayne Hinshaw, Assistant Photographer (Not Pictured) SIGMA PI ALPHA To be a member of Sigma Pi Alpha one must have a " B " average in a second-year language course. This club aims to stimulate an interest in foreign countries and wishes to improve the relations between those coun- tries and the United States. Its special projects are to have annually a newsletter and language emphasis week. First Row: M Wilson, M. Pearson, L. May, J. Osgood, K. Maurer. Second Row: 5 Prosser, P. Crunkilton J Hill W Smith. Third Row: M Stefanidou, J. Miller, C. Runnion, D Summers. Fourth Row: C. Brawn, E. Fairchild, S. Kobulnicky, A. Green. Fifth Row: T. Holt, S. Martin, L. Jessup, J. Miller, S. Myers. Sixth Row: T. Clork, B. Rosenbloom, O. Garcia. Seventh Row: G. Diehl B. Fillman, H. Wolf, D. Leonard. CABINET MEMBERS, First Row: H. Bricker, B. Burner, M. Reedy. Second Row: T. Wingo, M. Overcash, P. Hefner. Third Row: D. Whittington, N. Hartsell, A. Civitello. Fourth Row: R. Cline, Pastor Seiwell, A. Kohler, J. Patterson. Fifth Row: D. Albertson, L. Walser, Mr. Derting. Sixth Row: Mr. Johnson, J. Lengel. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The Student Christian Association is organized to serve the campus and community in religious and secular services. The organization consists of five committees which participate in varied aspects of religious life. They do volunteer work at the Nazareth Children ' s Home and the Veterans ' Administration Hospital. Desire and interest in Christian endeavors are the only requirements for membership. In order to finance its causes, the club publishes the student directory and sells flowers at the homecoming game. True Christian spirit prevails in this club! CAMPUS LIFE COMMITTEE: First Row: J. Borschel, N. Leinboch, J. Wiggington, A. Brooks, O. St. John. Second Row: S. Kimrey, N. Hartsell, C. Lodge, J. Castle, Mr. Derting. Third Row: R. Cline, J. Rollins, F. Stoessel, L. Tucker, B. Wilhelm. Fourth Row: 0. Garcia, C. Glunt, B. Shockley, B. Evons, T. Kraus. WORLD SERVICE COMMITTEE: First Row: H. Bricker, T. Wmgo Second Row: A. Green, L. Jessup, M. Moir. Third Row: A. Kohler, J. Petrof, R. Klotz. BUSINESS MANAGERS: D Albertson, M. Overcash, Mr. Johnson. RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE: First Row: S. Koehler, P. Hille, L. May, M. Smith, M. Parker. Second Row: B. Boyer, A. Civitello, T. Wingo, J. Kerr. Third Row: R. Hatfield, J. Stonesifer, B. Mayes, J. Foltz, Pastor Seiwell. Fourth Row: M Walthour, L. Walser, C Jones, J. Lengel, D. Herman. COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE: J. Adams, P. Fitts, J, Modisette, G. Gormsen, L. Pratt, M. Reedy. Second Row: B. Raben- horst, F. Shive, S. Collins, C. Jebens, A. Nelms, C. lulicci, D. Andrew. Third Row: B. Fillman, C. Honeycutt, P. Boger, R. Costic, G. Phelps. CATAWBA COLLEGE CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Catawba Chapter is to stimulate interest in the field of Home Eco- nomics and to provide contacts with state and national groups. Membership is made up of majors and non-majors who take an active in- terest in Home Economics. The regular monthly meetings and programs consist of activities which stimulate professional growth and con- tribute to bettering college-community relation- ships. OFFICERS: Treasurer, Brendo Carter; Second Vice-Chairman, Margaret Ann Adams; Secretary, Diane Shugars; Chairman, Harriet Putnam; First Vice-Chairman, Mary Iva Reinhardt. First Row: J. Wood, A. Carleton, M. I. Reinhardt, J. Carpenter, B Bame L. Jessup, M. A. Adams. Second Row: H. Putnam, L. Kornberg ' er, S. Campbell, B. Carter, J. Cochrane, H. Ertl, J. Siegel, L. Sliney, W. Alphin, D. Shugars. Third Row: Mrs. Corriher, Miss French, K. McNeil. SEYMOUR SCIENTIFIC CLUB It is the purpose of the Seymour Scientific Club to stimulate interest in the sciences. Mem- bership is open to all members of the student body and faculty who profess a genuine interest in science. The members also participate in the Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science. Left to Right: Secretary, Jean Swaim; President, Alice Kluttz; Vice-President, Dan Leonard; Treasurer, Richard Jones. First Row: S. Collins, M. Tutterow, A. Kluttz, S. Hoke, J. Wiggm- ton J Swaim, A. Hoffner. Second Row: J. Stonesifer, T. Ward, Jr., R Heist B Miller, J. Cutcliffe, B. Stuck. Third Row: B. White, W. Hager, J. McDowell, C. Honeycutt, D. Leonard, R. Jones, D. Wentling. First Row: Mr. Wilson, B. Childress, C. Belond, F. Hartzel, S. Woollen, L. Whitener, A. Harrelson, J. Helm, J. Biesecker, G. Lackey, Mr. Thomas. Second Row: T. Goodrum, L. Prae- torius, J. Little, G. Kuper, F. Lewis, L. Kriebel, J. Carson, J. Beaver, A. Dover, Mr. Derting. Third Row: B. Edwards, C. Easter, D. Fesperman, V. Mizeras, J. McLaughlin, S. Boyd, T. Pigford, J. Sykes, D. McCoy, M. Thompson, R. Nantz. ADVERTISING CLUB The purpose of the Advertising Club is to bring to its members a better understanding of business. The club has a dinner meeting each month. The speakers are prominent businessmen who give first-hand, detailed information from various phases of the business world. Club membership is open to business majors and all other interested students. The money raising project for the year is the selling of candy. The club helps to welcome the business alumni at homecoming by having a recep- tion after the game. An annual event is the joint picnic with the Ac- counting Club. Danny Fesperman, Ron Nantz, and Sam Boyd discuss future plans for the Advertising Club. ADVERTISING CLUB OFFICERS: Fred Hartsell, Mike Thompson, John Sikes, Carlton Beland, Anna Harrelson, Mr. Wilson, Tom Goodrum, Mr. Derting, Mr. Thomas. Sam Boyd and George Kuper discuss the results of the Advertising Club candy sale. First Row: Mr. Derting, T. Goodrum, C. Wiseman, A. Harrel- son J. Crunkleton, D. Bremer, M. Barnhardt, J. Sifford, E. Siff ' ord J Helm, G. Lackey, Mr. Thomas. Second Row: B Leonard, A. Dover, V. Mizeras, G. Kuper, R. Graves, J. Rollins, D. McCoy, J. Beaver, B. Wilhelm, B. Childress, Mr. Wilson ' Third Row: F. Lewis, R. Shuping, W. Heim, J. McLaughlin, D. Fesperman, C. Easter, L. Kriebel, C. Ingram, D. Seiwell, J. Carson, R. Nantz. Fourth Row: D. Sloan, D. Sides, J. Little, J. Biesecker, M. Thompson, J. Isenberg, J. Sesso ' ms, C. Taylor, J. Robinson, L. Hill, J. Patterson. Fifth Row: E. Brooks, J. Sykes, W. Berlin, J. Cauthen. ACCOUNTING CLUB The purpose of the Accounting Club is to stimulate interest in accounting and business by bringing students in contact with outstanding persons in these fields. As a result of these contacts, club members have an oppor- tunity to compare classroom theory with actual practices of professional men. The Accounting Club also has annual sales projects which enables it to finance the Loan Fund which was established in order to aid business students in meeting their educational expenses. mmmssmi ite Meet.ng to discuss future plans of the club ore Mr. Wilson, V.nce Mizeras, Dovid Sides, Henry Harris, John Little, and John Carson. ACCOUNTING CLUB rRUITCAKE SALE Vmce Mizeras and John Carson review the results of the club ' s fruitcake sale. KAPPA TAU KAPPA The purpose of Kappa Tau Kappa is to advance the professional and social interests of its members. Kappa Tau Kappa is open to all students interested in the teaching pro- fession, with the stipulation that they have attained a " B " in education and an overall " C " average. KAPPA TAU KAPPA OFFICERS: Phyllis Robinson, Second Vice-President; Martha Bogar, Treasurer; Judy Muhlheizler, Secretary; Pat Breitenstein, President; Mary Jo Warren, First Vice-President. Seated, Left to Right: Ann Brown, Judy Childress, Judy Muhlheizler, Martha Bogar. Standing, Left to Right: Mary Hasty, Phyllis Robinson, Dr. Coulter, Joann Hill, Mary Jo Warren. MAJORS ' CLUB One outstanding achievement of this club has been the improvement of the cages on the hockey field. The Majors ' Club strives to promote char- acter and build better sportsmanship. It also furnishes scholarships to athletes. Freshmen are not eligible for membership, but any member of the upper classes who is planning to major in physical education is eligible to join. MAJORS ' CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right: Larry Gionet, President; Trina Holt, Secretary; Nat Martin, Vice President; Not Pictured: Bill Hall, Treasurer. First Row, Left to Right: D. Breitenstein, Miss Rice P. Taylor, C Pittman, S. Fink, T. Holt. Second Row, Left to Right: C. Lake, J ' Smith H Ertl, J. Ross, B. Winters. Third Row, Left to Right: J Husser B Hill, S. Bryant, L. Gionet, N. Martin, D. Campbell, Coach Stratton. Fourth Row, Left to Right: T Threadgill, D. LerTv mond, J. Moose, J. Bennett, G. Appier, H. Armstrong, Coach Oxendine. I First Row: M. Pearson, K. Slabach, J. E. Miller, M. Winters, J. Smith, S. Crouse, J. Wilkinson, C. Stokes, D. Vaughan. Second Row: J. Hollar, B. Burner, L. Maxwell, K. Bange, S. Miller, WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS, First Row: Donna Breitenstein, Publicity Manager. Second Row: Pat Breiten- stein. Winter Manager; Dinny Vaughan, May Day Co-Chairman. Third Row: Janet Smith, Spring Manager; Joyce Wilkinson, May Day Co-Chairman. Fourth Row: Martha Winters, Fall Manager; Kathy Thornett, Vice-President. Fifth Row: Cynthia Lake, Presi- dent; Kathy Slabach, Secretary-Treasurer. P. Taylor, H. Ertl, J. McDermott, J. Bundick, D. Daigle, K. Thorn- ett. Third Row: J. Mollar, B. Burner, B. Winters, J. Ross, L. Pratt, C. Lake, S. Prosser, T. Holt, S. Fink, M. Thiel. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC Any girl who is interested in sports is eligible for membership in the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion. Team or individual participation is the only entry requirement. The Women ' s Athletic As- sociation strives to promote sportsmanship and leadership and to develop skill and interest among its members. Its program consists of hockey, vol- leyball, basketball, tennis, and ping pong. Two of its outstanding events are the sponsoring of Sports Night and May Day. Another activity which brings much response among students is the Intramural sports events. This is also sponsored by these energetic girls. wvwsHfm p. ' .- 1; " Watch that play! " ASSOCIATION " I ' ve got it! ' ' 3 ' . w " Ready . . . Aim . . . Fire! " F E A T U R E S m Gfc ass FRESHMAN Martha Parker Danny Tuckerman Jauorifes JUNIOR Dot Dillon Jim Wiley JKiss vjatawbt Miss Kathy Reinbold, a senior from Allentown, Pennsylvania, has gra- ciously represented Catawba College this year. She rode on the Catawba College float in the Salisbury Christmas parade and represented the college at the Turkey Bowl on Thanksgiving Day. This year Miss Reinbold did her student teaching in French. She played the lead role in Skin of Our Teeth. One of her favorite hobbies is painting although she admits that her ac- tivities have not allowed her to paint much lately. MISS KATHY REINBOLD • j ; .■ " ' . ' ' V; Jfo omecomm ' 9 Q ueen MISS SUE FINK Faith, North Carolina SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Marianne Pearson Hagersrown, Maryland Jfc omecomm ? y FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Martha Bacon Salem, New Jersey mtsm attendants JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Margie Hoke Walkersville, Maryland Diane Powl Lancaster, Pennsylvania jKau 2ueen MISS FAYE BRINKLEY Cana, Virginia 3 Caio or Jionor MISS DIANE POWL Lancaster, Pen- c •■• ' •■ •«■ " ■ •■ rag EH jKaa Day FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Martha Bacon Salem, New Jersey FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Kathy McCorkel Lancaster, Pennsylvania jourt FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Miss Martha Parker Charlotte, North Carolina SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Suzi DeCarion Freeport, New York JKai Day SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Karen Tomlin Arlington, Virginia SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Miss Dinny Vaughan Selma, Alabama m£mm vjourt JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Ann Martin Lancaster, Pennsylvania JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Joan Staley Mount Joy, Pennsylvania IIP SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Mary Frances Amendola Salisbury, North Carolina jliaa Day JUNIOR ATTENDANT Miss Carol Stokes Lancaster, Pennsylvania Cjour SENIOR ATTENDANT Miss Sue Fink. Faith, North Carolina SENIOR ATTENDANT Mrs. Jane Graves Salisbury, North Carolina WAi o s Cftmona Students in American ■ John Boyd Judy Childress John Denlinger Sue Fink Jerry Foltz Trina Holt Ron Nantz Jim Patterson W£c O ' Universities and (jo ieaes Jane Crunkleton Brooks Doyle - • " " " Dottie Dillon Dove Oyer Ed Rhodes Sharon Shepherd Mary Ann Sowers 133 Janet Smith SJBSSPfr, ? .n Mfi s p o R T S lllilP o B " How about me, coach? " Coach Harvey Stratton looks down the bench for a substitute. First Row: B. Petters, J. Feuda, N. Tyson, C. Ingram, H. Armstrong, B. Applefield, M. Murphy, J. Scott, D. Campbell, B. Lutz, D. Robbins, C. Noell, D. Tuckerman, R. Sharpe, B. McLeod. Second Row: Coach Oxendine, C. Thrash, R. Beck, C. Wood, M. Mills, R. Matthews, O. Fulk, R. Bradshaw, C. Beland, J. Bennett J. Landreth, B. Childress, S. Bryant, K. Kambis, G. Sheffield. Third Row: Coach Stratton, Coach Moir, E. Gomez, L. Hurley, J. Cunnion, G. Appier, S. Boyd, B. Frazier, D. Hankee, S. Berry, J. Kacmar, J. Helm, J. Moose, J. Petrof, W. Eatmon, T. Cianell, M. Burfield, E. Koontz, J. McClellan, Coach Maphis. iSSSm ES « ? - • » KuB » v «r|| ' gu Gene Appier Tackle Barry Lutz Halfback Carlton Beland End John Scott Quarterback jWhWfc ' Sam Boyd Tight End Bob McLeod Craig Ingra Center Halfback Ed Gomez End Dave Robbins Split End Owen Fulk Guard Reid Bradshaw Tackle pW ' . ' f " ' ■:: f Dave Campbell Bobby Childress Bryan Applefield Jim Bennett Halfback Guard Fullback End Bob Petters Tackle Jeff Landreth Guard Hank Armstrong Flankerback Sam Bryant Guard Ed Koontz Tackle Jim Kacmar Tackle Dave Hankee Tackle Joe Feuda Halfback The 1964 version of the Catawba College football team was relatively successful for the large number of inexperienced players. Many sophomores and freshmen played a great deal due to the loss of so many seniors from last year ' s championship team. There were only three seniors on this year ' s team, and they leave a team which should be heard from next year. Gene Appier completed an outstanding four year career in an Indian uniform Barry Lutz and Carlton Beland also wrapped up their career. Many freshmen were heard from this year that should play prominent roles in their next three years of college. Among these were Koontz, Kacmar, Kambis, Feuda, Berry, and Petrof. The Indians began their season at Green- ville, against East Carolina, where they were Captain Gene Appier crosses the intramural field on the way to practice. I .ti i. e i fldfc After catching a pass, Sam Boyd attempts to elude dn L-R defender. man-handled by the larger, more experienced Pirates. They lost the game 25-0 as expected, but they also lost a lot of good players for a few games due to injuries. Next came two victories before home crowds against Mars Hill and Newberry. Then came another revenge victory over Emory Henry away from home. The In- dians then had five straight losses to Western Carolina, Appalachian, Elon, Frederick, and Wofford. The greatest disappointment of the season was when Catawba went into the fourth quarter leading Elon 17-0 and wound up losing 22-17 as the defense and offense wilted in the sun. The loss to Frederick was the first Home- coming loss in several seasons. The Indians finished by beating Guilford and getting " bear meat " on Thanksgiving Day Several individuals received honors this year. The " Greensboro Daily News " selected Gene Appier, Bryan Applefield, Jim Bennett, and Bob McLeod to their All-Carolinas Conference team. Also Appier and Applefield were named to the AII-N.ATA District No. 26 team. The coaches look forward to a fine season next year on the gridiron. Senior defensive captain Carlton Beland runs with an intercepted pass prior to being tackled. Coach Oxendine shades his eyes, while Coach Ma phis chews his tobacco during a tense moment. 3arry Lutz is hit by two Elon defenders after a punt return. High-steppin ' " Tex " Applefield cuts back for some good yardage around end as the offense opens a nice hole. I GUILFORD GAME With the score tied 7-7 in the last quarter, Guil- ford kicked a 32-yard field goal. That gave the Quakers a 10-7 lead. Barry Lutz ran the kick-off back to the 31 yard line, and then, in the next five plays the Blue-and-White drove into the end zone. The game-winning score was a 38-yard touchdown pass from John Scott to Dave Robbins. Then the defense held on and forced Guilford to surrender the football and the Indians ran out the clock. The first score for the Indians was registered by Scott on a one-yard plunge in the first period. This was set up by a 43-yard pass to end Lane Hurley from Scott. Hurley wound up on the 14-yard line; it took only four plays to score. Bob Petters added the extra point. Tex Applefield had a big day by gaining 91 yards on 16 carries. Bill Blackman sweeps end with the aid of some good Indian blocking. ■ ■ - ■.--- Quarterback Marshall Murphy rolls out on the pass-run option. Coach Stratton contemplates his strategy from the sidelines. A defensive back does his job as Rex Matthews comes up to help out. In the annual Turkey Bowl game against the arch-rival Bears of Lenoir Rhyne, the Indians, before a home crowd of 5,000 fans, turned to their strength of the previous sea- son to wrestle a 24-19 victory in a fight right down to the finish. This strength was the forward pass. The two hero awards of this game went to scrambling quarterback John Scott, and quick split end Dave Robbins. Scott threw three passes of varying distances to Robbins, the result was 18 points on the scoreboard. Bob Petters also added six points on three extra points and a 22-yard field goal. L-R jumped into the lead in the first quarter 7-0, but Petters ' field goal and a 67-yard pass play by our two heroes put Cat. U. in the lead for good. Bobby Childress then re- covered a fumble and the Indians finally scored on a six yard pass. Several TD ' s were called back at this point before they finally allowed this one. With nine minutes to go in the game, Lenoir Rhyne, trail- ing 17-13, decided to gamble. With fourth down and seven in their territory, they threw a pass that the big Indian de- fense was ready for and it fell incomplete. The Indians then scored their final on a 25-yard play by Scott and Co. and valiantly fought off the L-R surge, allowing them one touch- down, but with 15 seconds left in the game, Jim Moose in- tercepted a Bear pass to stop their threat. ii John Scott tries to pick up a few extra yards around end before he is hit. LENOIR-RHYNE GAME After catching a 25-yard pass from Scott, Dave Robbins goes into the end zone with the game winning touchdown. Senior Barry Lutz prepares to cut behind John Scott for a sizable gain cgainst the Bears. STATISTICS Catawba L " R 10 First Downs 14 122 Yards Rushing 101 141 Yards Passing 201 8 17 Passes Completed Attempted 13 23 Passes Had Intercepted 2 7 38.7 Punts Average 5 34.1 Fumbles Lost 1 49 Penalties 40 I SEASON RECORD Catawba Opponents East Carolina 25 42 Mars Hill 12 3 1 Newberry 7 14 Emory and Henry 6 Western Carolina 7 20 Appalachian 40 17 Elon 22 1 4 Frederick 17 13 Wofford 28 13 Guilford 10 24 Lenoir Rhyne 19 " Ox " makes a " long distance " phone call to ask for help from upstairs. A Frederick receiver goes down on the tackle by Craig Ingram. Tex Applefield follows good blocking for a good gain against the Lions. JBm ' z M Iks 2 w i mmmm 1 1 € ■ 5 - %i Hank Armstrong gains some valuable yardage up the middle against the humbled Bears from Lenoir Rhyne. Setting sail around right end, " Rabbit " Lutz heads up field against the Elon Christians. " Soupy " Campbell snags a pass for an important gain into L-R territory. A Catawba scatback sweeps end, behind a wall of blockers led by Armstrong, and Bryant. B A S K E T B A L L Team Captain Ed Rhodes Freshman John Harwood drives on a Newberry defender. Vjw mam The 1964-65 version of the Catawba College basketball team was plagued by inexperience and resulted in few wins. It was not unusual to see four freshmen playing at one time. There were three seniors on the team: Captain Eddie Rhodes, Martin Smith, and Jim Sessoms. The Ind- ians finished with a 3-13 record in the conference and 6-1 8 overall. Two victories came when two Flordia teams visited the Catawba campus before Christmas. The Indians rolled over both Rollins and Tampa by 21 and 35 points re- spectively. The Indians also defeated Newberry twice during the season and beat Campbell and Ashevil le-Bilt- more in non-conference tilts. Also they ended the season on a successful note when they defeated Appalachian 71-56 here in Salisbury. The outlook is good for future years as Coach Sam Moir has recruited some promising freshmen. Among these are Johnny Harwood, Ron Gamrot, 6 ' 8 " Dave Snyder, and 6 ' 9 " Larry Walton who was red-shirted this year. Outstanding players this year and their specialties were as follows: Ed Rhodes, top scorer and excellent rebounder; Brad Hackett, good outside shot; Martin Smith, floor man and team player; and Jim Sessoms, good board man. An L-R defender tries vain to defend against Brad Hackett Ed Rhodes drives for a bucket against Newberry. Dave Robbins fights valiantly for the ball. m m SEASON ' S RECORD i Catawba 71 Catawba 95 Catawba 67 Catawba 80 Catawba 118 Catawba 68 Catawba 74 Catawba 48 Catawba 70 Catawba 101 Catawba 70 Catawba 83 Catawba 73 Catawba 70 Catawba 51 Catawba 60 Catawba 62 Catawba 92 Catawba 72 Catawba 80 Catawba 71 Catawba 62 Atlantic Christian 75 Campbell 61 Western Carolina 78 Rollins 59 Tampa 83 Pfeiffer 79 Newberry 50 Campbell 59 Frederick 76 Asheville-Biltmore 59 Guilford 72 High Point 94 Lenoir Rhyne 110 Western Carolina 77 Appalachian 76 Elon 62 Pfeiffer 81 Newberry 50 Lenoir Rhyne 96 Atlantic Christian 83 Appalachian 58 Elon 69 mm « • i p " j , ' d Brad Hackett drives the baseline against Lenoir Rhyne in Salisbury. Also in the L-R game, John Hodges leads interference as Ron Gamrot receives a pass. . ' -- Martin Smith Senior Jim Sessoms Senior Brad Hackert Sophomore Ed Nester Sophomore John Harwood Freshman Ron Gamrot Freshman John Hodges Freshman Dave Snyder Freshman Close inside, Johnny Horwood pumps for two. Jim Sessoms Eddie Nester gets a " snow-bird " against Newberry as the Indians waits in case of an errant shot. rolled to a triumph. Against two bigger men, little 5 ' 1 0 " Johnny Hodges, tries valiantly for the ball. Captain Ed Rhodes drives down the lane as Ron Gamrot and Dave Snyder watch. ' ■ - ' :o j -; v m BBwfS m HI m mil STRETCHING THE POINT, Senior Ed Rhodes in his natural pose — trying to grab a rebound. B A S E B A L L Martin Smith looks on from the on-deck circle as Catawba scores again The .300 Hitters, Left to right: Carlton Beland, Martin Smith, Mike Peeler i m ■•■■;;• ' -y;; MP 1 ' ■ •■ ' ■•■::;:■: BS9HHI I Jim Wagoner Jerry Maye Larry Gionet John Scott Tom Fisher I ■ ■ Sluggers Beland and Peeler warm up for the game. Pitchers Jerry Maye, Jim Wagoner, and John Scott discuss the up- coming season. Martin Smith slides home with another run for Cat. U. March 10 1 1 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 27 April May 9 10 12 13 17 19 23 26 27 30 3 5 7 8 A Catawba batter raps out a hit. SCHEDULE Wake Forest (practice) .... Away Wake Forest (practice) .... Home Western Carolina Away Western Carolina Away Belmont Abbey Home Elon Away Wofford Home Davidson Away Newberry Home Pfeiffer Away Belmont Abbey Away Newberry Away Wofford Away Appalachian Home Lenoir Rhyne Away Guilford Away High Point Home Guilford Home Appalachian Away Elon Home Pfeiffer Home Lenoir Rhyne Home High Point Away Atlantic Christian Home (doubleheader) T R A C K John Gray (third from left) and Bill Blackman (fifth from left) get off to a good start in the 440-yard dash. Nat Martin clears the bar in the pole vault event. Ron Nantz uses a 7-iron to reach the green. G O L F Two members putt out on the 1 8th green. A few members of the team. Left to Right: Ron Nantz, Leon Burelson, Bill Friel, John Boyd Gene Corriher. mm N M U Henry Harris returns a shot in a doubles match in the basement of S-R dorm. Carlton Beland, Rex Matthews, and Bud Brunnemer do a dance under the basket. Don Henderson lays it in for two, as Barry Lutz watches helplessly. ' . ' . ' ■ ' -■ ' .:...■-• Woyne Hinshaw and Brad Frozier team up for a win. Larry Praeorious fights for a rebound. Everyone watches in a tense moment in the game between El and E4. 11! !Jk I Two members from Foil House form a doubles ' pinq pong combination. Bill Friel practices his putting before heading out to the course. Don Henderson, Carlton Beland, and Jim Moose watch the ball come off the backboard. » .A. L -M.l c H E E R L E A D E R S Carol Stokes Chief Cheerleader First Row: Jean Staley, Joan Staley, Carol Stokes, Jan Ross, Susan MacGregor, Second Row: Tessa Lesley, Dinny Vaughan, Dawn Koonts, Peggi Crunkilton. Sue MacGregor Tessa Lesley JHBH8MiBBHBHHBB Wf ti iMMt mm m was SEH TBfi m » • ■ ,: .: r ' :- I tne finest in fashion 106 South Main uhalh OURS EXCLUSIVELY ARNOLD ' S " Your Guide to Fashions " lake the family out tonight " Little Pigs OF AMERICA Stafesville Blvd. Salisbury WATSON BROTHERS TV SERVICE 105 Gregory Avenue ME 3-3061 Salisbury, N. C. wm CATAWBA PHARMACY Complete Prescription Service Phone: 636-0584 Free Delivery 166 THE BELK-HARRY CO. 1 1 1 South Main Street Salisbury Don and Cindy blincoe RESTAURANT KNOWN FOR EXCELLENCE IN FOOD 1420 E. Innes 633-6391 Salisbury, North Carolina THE SQUIRE SHOP ' Clothes for the College Man ' 1 1 8 Mahaley Avenue Next door to Beatties Restaurant THE MEN OF HEDRICK m m llfKSS m m 167 ?€ YOUTH . . . our futurel Cone Mills, a major producer of high quality and modern fabrics, is staffed to meet the needs of today. Yet we are already looking at the 70 ' s and beyond to determine our needs as industry becomes increasingly complex. To maintain our standards, we are seeking young people with imagination and initiative. If you are interested in becoming a part of our future, write Industrial Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C. CONE MILLS CORPORATION " Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today. " EXECUTIVE OFFICES Greensboro, N. C. FINISHING PLANTS Carlisle Greenville, S. C. Greensboro Haw River, N. C. MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale. Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. SALES HEADQUARTERS — Cone Mills Inc., New York THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE Textbooks — School Supplies Stationery To Look Your Very Best — BEAUTY BAZAAR 1061 W. Innes Salisbury Phone 636-1651 Shop and Save at FOOD TOWN Rowan County ' s Largest and Most Complete Supermarket WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS Ketner Center East Innes at Long 315 South Main QUALITY COURTS MOTEL 1420 East Innes Street . 1-85, Albemarle Exit vpkfe Phone: 636-6640 JBfflfflJr L. F. Cox Son The Place for Your Parents and Friends Congratulations To the Class of 1965 COLLEGE INN BARBERSHOP 1910 West Innes Salisbury Compliments of B SECTION 169 PHIL ' S SHOE STORE and PHIL ' S CRICKET SHOP Compliments of SALISBURY-SPENCER FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION L S Furniture Co. Mayfield Furniture Co. Rustin Furniture Sparks Wayside Furniture Burton Furniture Co. " YOUR HOME COMES FIRST " WOODLEAF LANES 1811 Wood leaf Road Phone for Reservations 633-5342 Don ' t Spectate — Participate Bowling Is Fun for Everyone Special Student Prices Jim Rhoades Manager 170 I KIRK ' S TAXI SERVICE Dial 633-4141 unoer woods i OF SALISBURY N C 1 £ Casual Clothes for the Campus Set When family and friends visit the campus, bring them to BEATTIES RESTAURANT 1 18 Mahaley Avenue Salisbury " PET. ...you bet! " A 1 131 PET J DAIRY DIVISION Compliments of NORTH HALL athehyk GENEVIEVE ' S SALON OF BEAUTY Specializing in All Beauty Service 1921 W. Innes Street Salisbury, N. C. Phone 633-6121 ' i L W. H. LEONARD SONS 120 S. Main Salisbury TtKsfcw ■ ' • ' 171 Wfl vi : ' ' - fib ' •!•. School Supplies — Books — Crepe Paper — Stationery Hallmark Cards ROWAN PRINTING COMPANY 120 North Main Street Salisbury, N. C. Phone: ME6-451 1 ROWAN DAIRY Milk — Ice Cream IT ' S GRADE " A " — and then some! Visit our Dairy Bar V- ' Hv 1 ' - ' - CUSTOM TAILORED DRAPERIES Bedspreads — Fabrics of Distinction Kirsh Drapery Hardware A Division of R.W. Norman Co., Inc Compliments of ZIMMERMAN ' S THE ROWAN-DAVIE DRUG ASSOCIATION extends a cordial welcome to all Catawba Students ONE HOUR " MARTINIZING " the most in Dry Cleaning and Laundry W. Innes St. Salisbury 172 CATAWBA GULF Mahaley and Innes Streets Sold at College Bookstore: Peanuts Candy Potato Chips ROAKES GROCERY 112 Mahaley Avenue " Your Neighborhood Grocery " Compliments of SUNBEAM BREAD BAMBY BAKERIES Salisbury THE GOLD SHOP 206 South Main Street Salisbury, N. C. Phone: ME6-1061 EPARLE ' S, Inc. Exclusive Women ' s Fashions Ketner Center Ph: ME6-3771 NORMAN INGLE, Jewelers Next to Rowan Printing Registered Jewelers Certified Gemologist American Gem Society Best Wishes from CHARLES MACK SONS GENERAL WHOLESALERS 132 East Center Avenue Mooresville, North Carolina 663-3351 173 Bra mum ' We appreciate the opportunity of working on the SAYAKINI. " JIM WISE STUDIO 18 East Depot Street Concord, North Carolina Photography for all occasions Congratulations things gO better,! with CoKe Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Salisbury To the Class of 1965 CONGRATULATIONS We welcome you as a new member of the Catawba College Alumni Associa- tion. May the influence of our college be with you always. Come back to your campus of fond memory lanes . . . often! THE ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE 174 JOSTEN ' S Official jeweler for Catawba class rings Don R. Bills P.O. Box 1414 Salisbury May Court Pictures done by TORRENCE STUDIOS LA PETITE SALON Offering Complete Beauty Service by Trained Operators 1 18 Mahaley Salisbury ' ' SsSSffis ' mm ZARTMAN SMILES ON THE SAYAKINI " 175 um iH Compliments of CORRIHER MILLS COMPANY Manufacturers of High Quality Combed Cotton Yarns Landis, N. C. 176 PRINTINO COMPANY • Charlolto, N.C. ■• ' V. ' " :-, Wfc w sk SPSS m


Suggestions in the Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) collection:

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Catawba College - Sayakini / Swastika Yearbook (Salisbury, NC) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.