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Show Hide text for 1947 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1947 volume: “ Elon . . . V . . . presented ky the ( JKM y vJu Piililislied liml Studeits of Elon ( ollese of Sineteen Fortj-Seven Mai ' v U f, Editor The PIIIPSICLI is published by the students of Elon College Mary Coxe, Editor-in-Chief, D. B. Harrell, Business Mnuager. .-rf- -.--.. r: IZS. ' i ' WE, THE CLASS of ' 47, entered her gates and now we leave. We can ' t take Elon or her gates with us — we wouldn ' t want to. But memories — we ' ve got them galore! Eight o ' clock classes, Dr. Bowden, council and senate, Professor Hook, O ' Kelly, " the Oak " — all the institutions — squirrels and nuts, laughter and tears and all the alchemy that makes for good remembering — they ' re ours for as long as we can remember. They ' re ours, and we ' ll always remember. The gates swung in and now they swing out and we ' re off into a new and different world. May God con- tinue to bless, may the gates continue to swing and give others what they ' ve given to us. East. ..South " . . . looking Throuih O ' Kellf " WE LOOK THROUGH " O ' Kelly " and see a part of Elon that will always live in our memories. ALAMANCE BUILDING — the rotunda, Dean Bowden ' s office, the business office, Professor Hook ' s office, freshman Eng- lish classes, society hall, the bookstore, the day student parlor, the clocks ... all of these are a part of the Elon we remember. r ' O ' Kelly, " a monument to the memory of the Reverend James O ' Kelly, founder of the Christian Church. ff A Real Friend to 10 jzJuexiXeA to James Henry IkEwen 1) NATIVE North Carolinian, educator, manufacturer, community builder, Christian statesman, and churchman. A man of unusual economic sense, he had an insight into industrial problems possessed by few and rarely if ever surpassed. By his genial spirit, unselfish attitude and fair dealings he enriched the lives of his business associates and indebted himself to his community. He was so fair to labor that those who worked for him sought to carry out his wishes as if they were their own. Mr. McEwen was president of the Elon College Foundation, a member of the Board of Trustees and a true friend of Elon College. Because of his interest in. devotion to, and vision for our college, we, the members of the class of 1947, take peculiar pleasure in dedicating the Phipsicli, our college annual, to his memory and enduring honor. ne and 111... ?9 11 w Lloii Ldaar Siuitli Administration To the Class of 1947: COLLEGE has afforded you opportunities for development and cultural advancement. You have had the privilege of associating with a group of choice young people. You have had the op- portunity of being under the instruction and guidance of learned men and women. They have served you well. The lines have fallen to you in helpful and pleasant places. Elon College, your Alma Mater, recognizes your achievements and places upon you the crown of scholarship. You now face the real test of life and of living. Social unrest, industrial dis- turbances, economic uncertainty, and racial ten- sions plague the society into which you sally forth. May the wisdom of God be your daily portion and His holy spirit guide you all the way. Leon Edgar Smith, President. 12 1 To the Class of 1947: I wish to congratulate you upon your graduation and wish for you many opportunities to use the knowledge that you gained at Elon College for your further development. I am grateful for the privilege of having worked with you for the past two years. Christina Hardy, Dean of Women. To those who are heincj graduated: Greetings! I have just returned from a long and circuitous journey, having visited ( in my mind ) the homes and daily haunts of those hundreds of men and women who entered Elon with you. Some of you entered in ' 43, and have pursued your goal without interruption; others entered in ' 38, ' 39, " 40, leaving your academic efforts temporarily to answer the call of Uncle Sam. Many who came with you are far afield, some never to return; gold stars mark their names on our country ' s honor roll. Others came and left, convinced that " much study is a weariness to the flesh. " Fame and fortune, perhaps, have come to some of them, but each one sends you greetings on this Commencement Day. each of them wishes he were among you; each of them takes pride in your achievement. Those who have gone before you and those of us whom you leave to carry on — all join in saying " Greetings. " Congratulations to every one of you and best wishes to you all I D. J. BOWDEN, Dean of the College. . . Elon College lineteen Fortj-Seven A ff . . they ' re Seen Everj Daj " Daniel J. Bowden, Dean of the College, Professor of Philosophij and Religion B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; B.D., Ph.D., Yale University. John Willis Barney. Professor of English A.B., Elon College; Graduate work: Columbia University, Uni- versity of Virginia, University of North Carolina. Ned Faucette Brannock, Professor of Chemistry. Head of the Department of Natural Sciences A.B., M.A., Elon College: M.S., Columbia University; Litt.D., Defiance University, University of North Carolina. LuLA P. Brovv ne, Assistant Professor of Christian Education A.B., Elon College William Edward Butler. Jr., Business Manager A.B., Elon College. Atala Chegwin, Instructor in Spanish Escuela de Americano. Albert V. Coble. Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.A., Elon College; completed residence work for M.A., University of North Carolina. Dorothy Cole, Assistant Librarian A.B., Elon College; B.S., University of North Carolina. William Causey, Assistant Coach A.B., Elon College. Fred L. Creelman, Associate Professor of English A.B., Bates College; M.A., Brown University. Earl Danieley, histriictor in Chemistry A.B., Elon College. Stuart C. Deskins, Professor of Educatioyi. Head of Department of Education and Psychology B.A., M.A., Elon College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Christina Hardy. Dean of Women. Professor of Business Ad- ministration B.A., Ouachita College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers. Hans E. Hirsch, Professor of Modern Languages and History. Head of the Department of Languages and Social Sciences Hoehere Reifepruefung Realgymnasium IVIannheim, University of Frankfort-on-the-Main, University of Heidelberg, University of Vienna; Ph.D., University of Munich. Mrs. Vera C. Hirsch, Assistant Professor of French and German L ' Ecole Francaise Girard, St. Petersburg (Russia), ( B.A. ) Gedda Gymnasium, St. Petersburg (Russia), Alliance Francaise in Paris, Studies at University of Paris ( Sorbonne ) Paris ( France ) , Uni- versity of Munich, Certificate of the German Academy, Munich. Alonzo Lohr Hook, Registrar, Professor of Physics. Head of the Department of Mathematics A.B., M.A., Elon College; M.S., Cornell University; Additional Graduate Work; Johns Hopkins University, University of Chicago, Duke University. Mrs. Ola Myers Huff, Dietitian A.B., Brevard College; Cecil ' s Business College. G. A. Johnson. Professor of Business Administratio7i. Head of the Department of Business Administration B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; M.S., V.P.I. Mrs. G. a. Johnson, Associate Professor of Business Administration A.B., University of Kentucky. Mrs. Oma U. Johnson, Librarian Ph.B., A.B., Elon College; B.S., Columbia University. 14 ' J Barney Coble Deskins Huff Braniiock Cole Hardy Johnson Browne Causey Hirsch Johnson Butler Creelman Hirsch Johnson " . . . they ' re Seen Every Day " Nancy L. Keen, Instructor in English A.B., College of William and Mary; Gradaute Work, University of Mexico; Norfolk Division of William and Mary College. Charles R. McClure, Professor of English, Head of the Department of English B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D., Indiana University. Fletcher Moore, Associate Professor of Piano and Organ A.B., Elon College; M.A., Columbia University; Juilliard School of Music. Frances Muldrow, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages A.B., Georgia State College for Women; M.A., Duke University. LiLA Claire Newman, Assistant Professor of Art Ph.B., Elon College; Graduate Work Columbia University and Harvard University. C. W. Paskins, Associate Professor of History and Sociology B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers ' College; M.A., Duke Uni- versity; Graduate Work: University of California, Louisiana State University. Lyci. M. Payne, Assistant Professor of Home Economics B.C., Georgia State College for Women; M.A., Peabody College. L. J. Perry Head of Department of Physical Education, Athletic Coach A.B., Elon College. J. L. Pierce, Professor of Physical Education A.B., High Point College; M.A., University of North Carolina. Paul S. Reddish, Associate Professor of Biology B.A., Duke University; M.A., Duke University; Work Toward Ph.D. Duke University. Ferris E. Reynolds, Professor of Bible and Greek, Head of the Department of Philosophy and Religion A.B., Butler University; B.D., S.T.M., ' Hartford Theological Semi- nary; Ph.D., Edinburgh, Scotland. Elizabeth R. Smith, Instructor in Dramatics Irvine Studio for the Theatre, New York City. M. C. Walker, Assistant Professor of Voice A.B., Bard College, Columbia University; M.A.. Teachers ' College, Columbia University. Bessie Walldroff, Assistant Professor of Biology A.B., Syracuse University; M.A., St. Lawrence University. John Westmoreland, Assistant Professor of Piano and Organ A.B., Elon College; M.A., Columbia University. Vanda Whicker, Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Appalachian College. Faculty 7nemhers not pictured here: Frances S. Farrar. Assistant Professor of Eiiglish B.S., Meredith College; M.A., Columbia University. Pearl S. McDonald, Assistant Professor of English A.B., Maryville College; M.A., University of North Carolina Amelia Jane Thiele, Assistant Professor of Piano B.S., Juilliard Institute of Musical Arts 16 % P- ' j r- Keen Muldrow Second row: Newman Paskins Payne Perry Reddish Reynolds Smith Fourth row: Walker Walldrofr Westmoreland Wicker 17 . . . Recognition TO BE ACCEPTED for inclusion in Who ' s Who Among Students in American Unii ' ersities and Colleges is the greatest of all college honors and achievements. The students are chosen by faculty and student ballots impartially after their qualifications have been carefully con- sidered. The qualities which determine the selection of students are character, scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and potentiality for future usefulness in business and society. Students who where selected this year to have their biographies appear in the 1946-47 edition are Al Burlingame, Steve Castura, Louise Clayton, Hazel Cole, Mary Coxe, Virginia Ezell, Dale Hensley, Patricia Hook, Verdalee Norris, Betsy Smith, Wayne Taylor, Kathleen Young. Fred Register, who was accepted last year, will be included this year. First row, left to right: Burlingame, Castura, Clayton, Cole, Coxe. Second row: Ezell, Hensley, Hook, Norris, Smith. Third row: Taylor, Young, Register. student Body Officers Taylor, Register, Copeland, Kernodle u The Power Behind the Throne ?? THE YEAR 1946-47 brought forth an all male quartet to preside over the throne as the officers of the student body of Elon College. This was welcomed by all as a harbinger of those much talked about postwar days. The officers of the student bodj- are Fred Register, President; Wayne Taylor, Vice President; Don Kernodle, Secretary; Bill Copeland, Treasurer. 19 ' ' Another Group of Power " Clayton Griffin, Smith, Benton Lewis, Norris, Cole, Johnson Council THE STUDENT COUNCIL is the judicial and execu- tive body of the women ' s branch of Student Govern- ment. Under the excellent guidance of Louise Clayton, President, the Council has had a very profit- able and peaceful year. The other officers for the year were Marian Griffin, Vice President; Dorothy Shackelford, Secretary; and Betty Benton, Treasurer. Louise Clayton President 20 The Senate THE SENATE is the governing body of the men on the campus. It is composed of officers and representatives from each class and each dormitory. Succeeded only by the Ad- ministration in authority, the senate reviews offenders of college rules, determines punishment and imposes fines. " This is to inform you that you are requested to appear before the Student Senate at ..-. " is a request that is respected on the Elon campus. Under the able guidance of Jack Freeman, the Student Senate has had a verj ' successful year. The officers are President, Jack Freeman; Vice President, Dave McClenny; Secretary, Floyd Boyce; Treasurer, James Parker. and Then . . . Jndpent Day Jack Freeman President First row: McClenny. Second row: Williams, w ' right, Boycc. Third roiv: Jackson, Parker, Hayes, Alexander, Roberts. 21 ude at Glon ' 23 ii v. The Curtain Conies Down " Senior Olass Officers Steve Castura President Virginia EzELL Vice President Dale Hensley Secretary Nancy Jordan Treasurer 24 BLACKMON. VIOLET EVELYN, Rt. 2, Four Oaks, N. C; Music; Transfer from Berry College; Choir 3, 4, President 4; German Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Education Club 3, 4, Program Chairman 4; S.C.A. 3, 4. BRAXTON. RUBY ELIZABETH, Whiteville, N. C; n K T; Pi Gamma Mu; English; Band 1, 2; Choir 1. 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Panvio 1, 2; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3: Education Club 1. 2, 3; Maroon and Gold Staff 3. BULLOCK, GEORGE PLEASANT. Rt. 5, Durham, N. C; K ! ' N; Biology: Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 1, 2; Maroon and Gold Staff 1, 2, 3; Phipsicli Staff 1, 2, 4; International Relations Club 4; Pre-Med Association 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 4; French Club 1.2; Senate 4. CASEY. JOHN STUART. Elon College, N. C; History: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 1, 2. Blackmon Braxton Casey 25 the 1947 SGlilOR CLASS CASEY, LOIS DEAN, Elon College, N. C: ri K T; English; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Education Club 3; Day Students Orgainzation 2, 3. CASTURA, STEVE, 1020 Peace St., Hazelton, Pa.; - H; English; Class President 4; " E " Men ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; German Club 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Maroon and Gold Staff 3; May Day Attendant 3, King 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. CLAYTON, ANNIE LOUISE, Prospect Hill, N. C: B O B; Pi Gamma Mu; Biology President Student Council 4; Pre-Med Association 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4 Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Secretary-Treasurer Spanish Club 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court Attendant 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. COBB, HELEN HENDERSON. 400 West Front St., Burlington, N. C; T 7. -I- Religion; Transfer from W. C.U.N. C; Day Students Organization 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident 4; Ministerial Association 3, 4, Secretary 4; Woman ' s Council 4; Phipsicli Staff 4. Casey Clayton Cobb 26 Cole Cooper Coxe Day COLE, DOROTHY HAZEL, Biscoe, N. C; H o B; pi Gamma Mu; French and English: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, President 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3: Education Club 2. 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Woman ' s Council 3, 4: Intramural Council 3, 4; Panvio 1; Maroon and Gold Staff 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Atnerican Colleges and Universities. COOPER, CATHERINE WARD, 214 West Ruflfin St., Burlington, N. C; T . ' f.; Pi Gamma Mu; Religion and English: Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Associate Editor Maroon and Gold 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4; Day Students Organization 1, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1; Class Treasurer 3; Household Arts Club 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. COXE, MARY BAXLEY, Wagram, N. C: T Z ; Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Psi Omega: Business Administration and English: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3: Morooi! and Gold 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, 3, 4; Phipsicli 1. 2, 3, 4, Ad- vertising Manager 1. Business Manager 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Elon Players 2, 3; Woman ' s Council 1, 2, 3; Treasurer Student Body 3: French Club 2, 3; Education Club 2, 3; Chanticleer Staff 2; Household Arts Club 1, 2; Commencement Marshal 3; Assistant to Field Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court Attendant 4; W;io ' .s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. DAY. EDWARD RAY, 909 Fauquier St., Norfolk, Va.; Pi Gamma Mu; English; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Elon Players 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Maroon and Gold 4; Choir 1, 2, 3: Honor Roll 3. 27 the 1947 SEmioft am EZELL, IDA VIRGINIA, 7 Beuthal Apts , Phoebus, Va.; B B; Pi Gamma Mu; Biology: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Woman ' s Council 2, 3, Secretary 3; Pre-Med Association 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4; President Spanish Club 3; Maroon and Gold Staff 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Class Vice President 4; Panvio Literary Society 1: Biology Lab Instructor 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Americari Colleges and Universities. FESTA, ANTHONY JOSEPH. JR., 817 Quince St., Vineland, N. J.; . P -i; Business Administratioji: Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Varsity Football 1, 2; Varsity Basket- ball 3. FLOWERS, AMELIA ANN, 905 Church St., Burlington, N. C; Business Ad- ministration: Day Students Organizaiton 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANKS, MARTHA LEE, Rt. 4, Raleigh, N. C; Religion: Day Students Organiza- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4. Festa 28 Graham Griffin - " ! I Gunter Hensley GRAHAM, ROBERT JENKINS, Mebane, N. C; Delta Psi Omega; Religion: Minis- terial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4; Comencement Marshal 3; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4. GRIFFIN, MARIAN GERALDINE, Rt. 4, Reidsville, N. C; Home Economics: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Household Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4: Education Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Vice President Woman ' s Council 4; French Club 2, 3. GUNTER, HELEN WRENN. Box 32, Trinity, N. C; II K T; Delta Psi Omega; English: Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Household Arts Club 3; Art Club 3. HENSLEY, RUBY DALE. Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C; H I T; Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Psi Omega; Business Administration and Art: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Elon Players 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Education Club 4; Fine Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Household Arts Club 3; May Court Attendant 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 29 the 1947 mm (im HINTON, LEON CARRINGTON, 606 Kivet St., Burlington, N. C; A II A; Business Administration and English: S.C.A. 1; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2; Art Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Spanish Club 2, 3. HOFFMAN, THOIMAS ERWIN, Rt. 1, Burlington. N. C; English: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 3, 4; Ministerial Association 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Elon Players 4. HOOK, DORIS PATRICIA, Elon College, N. C; T Z !•; Pi Gamma Mu; Business Administration: Class Secretary 2: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Education Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Household Arts Club 4: Phipsicli Staff 4; President Pi Gamma Mu 4; Who ' s Who Among Students i7i American Colleges and Universities. HURDLE. ALLEN LAFAYETTE, Elon College, N. C: Delta Psi Omega; Religion; Elon Players 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. f .«IP - -•« f l y Hoffman Hurdle 30 Jordan Kidd McDade Morgan JORDAN, NANCY YOUNG, 308 Lee St., Gastonia, N. C; T K; English: Transfer from Sacred Heart Junior College; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Intramural Council 4; Class Treasurer 4. KIDD. JOSEPH HOWARD, Rt. 1, Robbins, N. C; I T K; Business Administration: Transfer from Campbell College; Choir 4; Veteran ' s Club 4. McDADE, MILLARD BANKS, 215 Rolling Rd,, Burlmgton, N. C; Delta Psi Omega; English: Day Students Organization 1, 2, ■ ' •(, 4. MORGAN, LUCILLE IRENE, Rt. 1, Hampton, Va.; T Z ; Pi Gamma Mu; Music: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 4, President 2; Secretary Student Body 2; French Club 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4; Woman ' s Council 2. 31 the 1947 mm am MORGAN. VOIGT F.. Elon College, N. C; Biology: Transfer from Lenoir-Rhyne; Band 2, 3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Aeronautics Club 3. NEESE, HILDA GREY, Box 68, Elon College, N. C; T , ; Pi Gamma Mu; Home Econoynics: Household Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2. 3, 4, President 3; Day Students Organization 3, 4: Spanish Club 3; Student Service Organization 1. NORRIS, VERDALEE GREY, Box 331, Sanford, N. C; A T K; Delta Psi Omega; English: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2. 3; Student Service Organization 1; Chanticleer Staff 2; Intramural Council 2; Maroon and Gold 2, 3, 4, Co-editor 3, Columnist 4; Phipsicli 2. 3, 4; Colonnades 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 2, Editor 3; Elon Players 2, 3: Spanisli Club 3, Vice President 3; IVIay Court Attendant 3, 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Woman ' s Council 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Student-Facult.y Com- mittee 4; Student Assistant to Field Secretary 1, 2. 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges. PERRY. LINDSEY JACKSON, JR., Elon College, N. C: Business Administration: Transfer from University of Michigan; Football 4; " E " Men ' s Club 4; Veteran ' s Club 4. Morgan 32 Pfisterer Rakestraw , Register Reidt PFISTERER, ANN RADER, Box 243. Haw River. N. C: T ' ' ■ ■ ' •; Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Psi Omega: Business Administration: Elon Players 2, 3; Band 2; Education Club 3, 4; Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. RAKESTRAW, GLADYS LENONE, Rt. 1, Stoneville, N. C; Evglish: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Panvio Literary Society 3, 4; Education Club 2. 3, 4; French Club 3. REGISTER. FRED PAGE, Rt. 1, Sanford. N. C; K ' 1 ' X; Pi Gamma Mu: Religion; Pre.sident Freshman S.C A.: Dr. Johnson ' s Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, President 2. 4: S.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3. 4; President Student Body 4, Vice President 3: lYIinisterial Assocation 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, President 3: Class President 2: May Court Attendant 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4: " E " Men ' s Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Commencement Marshal 3; Captain ' Varsity Basketball 2; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. REIDT, MARJORY ELEANOR, Deering, Hillsboro, N. H,: T ■ ' 1 ' : Biology: Choir 1, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Intramural Council 3; Maroon and Gold Staff 2, 3; Phipsicli 3: Education Club 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; ' Woman ' s Council 1, 2; House Council 3. 33 the 1947 RICE, MARGARET WINSLOW, Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C; Home Economics; Panvio Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; Household Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Education Club 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4; Student Service Or- ganization 2. ROBERTS, HILDA, Cameron, N. C: Business Administration: Transfer from W.C.U.N.C: International Relations Club 3: Commercial Club 1, 2; Panvio Literary Society 2, 4, President 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 4; Honor Roll 2. ROBERTS, JAMES RIMMER, Rt. 3, Jonesboro, N. C; I T K; Business Administra- tion; Transfer from Pfeiffer; Intramural Council 3, 4; Senate 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Senior May Day Attendant. SALMONS, DOROTHY JEAN, 129 Church St., Elkin, N. C; History; Transfer from W.C.U.N.C; Education Club 3, 4; Panvio Literary Society 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; International Relations Club 4; Maroon and Gold Staff 4; S.C.A. 3, 4, Cabinet 4; Honor Roll 3; Colonnades 3. Roberts Salmons 34 Shoffner Smith Strader Thompson V, SHOFFNER, KATHLEEN SMITH, Box 213, Liberty, N. C; B (» li; Pi Gamma Mu; Home Economics: S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Panvio Literary Society 1; Household Arts Club 1; Art Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2; Education Club 4. SMITH, BETSY MAUDE, Rt. 4, Burlington, N. C: H l T; Business Administra- tion: Commercial Club 2, 3: Class President 3; Education Club 3, 4; S.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4; House President 4: Woman ' s Council 4; Student Faculty Committee 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Student Assistant to Dean of Women 4; May Queen 4: Who ' s Who Amonfj Students in American Universities and Colleges. STRADER, ANN RUTH, 412 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C: Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Psi Omega; Public School Music and Voice; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 1, 2, Secretary 3; Panvio 1, 2, 3; Elon Players 2, 3, 4; Day Students Organization 4; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMPSON, FINLEY MrFARLAND, Rl. 2, Snow Camp, N. C; I T K; History; Senate 4; Veterans Club 3, 4. 35 the 1947 mm mu WELCH. MALCHUS VICTOR, Rt. 2, Elon College, N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3. Religion; S.C.A. WESTMORELAND, JAMES PHILLIP, Box 37, Gibsonville, N. C; Biology and Chemistry: Day Students Organization 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1; Pre-Med Association 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; German Club 3; Senate 3; S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Com- mencement Marshal 3; Chemistry Lab Instructor 3, 4. WIGINGTON, JOHN CRAIG, 6257 N . Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa.; English; Transfer from Georgetown University; Maroon and Gold 2; International Relations Club 4. WREN, PATSY RUTH, Rt. 2, Durham, N. C; H K T; Biology: S.C.A. 2, 4; Intramural Council 2; House Council 2, 4; Pre-Med Association 2, 4; French Club 2; Panvio Literary Society 1. r Westmoreland Wigington 36 " Getting Readf to Shove Off " Jiiiiior (]liiss 01 fibers Wayne Taylor President Ace Harrell Vice President Ann Griffin Secretary Kathy Young Treasurer 37 the 1947 mm mn AGRESTA, LOUIS THOMAS 921 N. Locust St. Hazelton, Pa. ALLEN, LEMUEL CARL, JR. Bunnlevel, N. C. ALLEN, WILLIAM THOMAS Bunnlevel, N. C. ARGENBRIGHT, ELINOR JEAN 103 Euole Drive Euola, Pa. BENTON, ELIZABETH CURTIS 2921 Somme Ave. Norfolk, Va. BREWER, CORA ALICE Peachland, N. C. ItB BURLINGAME, ALFRED WISE Academy St. Cambridge, N. Y. CAMPBELL, Amy Lucy 247 Christopher St. Upper Monclair, N. J. I AUDLE, EVERETT D. I5ox 143 Franklinville, N. C. CHANDLER, FLO MARGARET Rt. 5 Burlington, N. C. CHASE, MARION BUTLER, JR. Fremont, N. C. COLE. MAXINE STEWART Jackson Springs, N. C. 38 If ' O if ' .-: C- ' k Jmjglji jPWP ' v M , v i First row, left to right: COMER, CLAUDE VALENTINE, Rt., 4. Reidsville, N. C. COPELAND. WILLIAM CARLTON, Rt. 1, Sunbury, N. C. DICKSON, ARTHUR WILLIAM, 24 Dow Ave., Mineola, N. Y. DUNCAN. WILLIAM HENRY, Elon College, N. C. DUNN, RUTH HARRIETTS, 4873 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Second row: EARP, JO MAUREE, 338 Concord Rd., Albemarle, N. C. EAVES, SYDNEY PAIGE, Rt. 1, Henderson, N. C. EDWARDS, RALPH PLUMMER, Andrews Ave., Ext., Hender.son, N. C. ELLINGTON. WARREN LEACHESTER, Rt. 3, Reidsville, N. C. FOGLEMAN, JEAN SCOTT. 809 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C Third row: FORLINES, JULIAN HOWELL, Virgilina, Va. FOUSHEE. CLYDE HOLT, 2511 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C. FRAZIER, JANICE LEE, Shenandoah, Virginia FREEMAN, JACK MILLER, Rt. 1, Bostic, N. C. GARRETT, JOHN MAX, JR., Rt. 1, Julian, N. C. 39 the 1947 JIISIOR CLASS GEARING, PHILIP JAMES 202 Queen St. Bristol, Conn. GILLIAM, EMERY KEITH Rt. 1 Elon College, N. C. GILLIAM, JOHN JACOB Rt. 1 Elon College, N. C. GLOSSOM, DORIS EMELAR 823 S. Park Ave. Burlington, N. C. GRAHAM, IRMA RUTH Rt. 1 Cameron, N. C. GRIFFIN, ARIE ANNE Rt. 4 Reidsville, N. C. HARRELL, DANIEL B., JR. Rt. 4 Mt. Olive, N. C. INMAN, PAUL KERMIT Freeland, N. C. JOHNSON, SUSIE ELIZABETH Rt. 1 Suffolk, Va. LANGSTON, JAMES MARVIN Rt. 3 Lillington, N. C. LEWIS, MARY JANE Rt. 2 Graham, N. C. LITTLE, WILLIAM DUNCAN Rt. 2 St. Pauls, N. C. k¥! 40 First row, left to right: MANESS, SARAH MARTHA, Raeford, N. C. McCAULEY, JANE UTLEY, Box 22, Waverly, Va. McCAULEY, JOSEPH FRANKLIN, Box 22. Waverly, Va. Mcdonald, MARGARET NEAL, box 175, Carthage, N. C. MORGAN, ELLA MAE, Rt. 1, Hampton. Va. Second row: MULFORD, EDWARD M., HI, 103 Glen Ave., Port Chester, N. Y. PARKS. ELLEN EUGENIA, Ramseur. N. C. PEEK. WILLIAM ISAAC. Rt. 4, Charleston, S. C. POLLARD, GAYLE HENRY, 603 Fifth Ave., Greensboro, N. C. RICKARD, FA YE. Rt. 1, Burlington, N. C. Tliird row: ROBERTS. JAMES FRANCIS, 4614 Queen St., Portsmouth, Va. SHEPHERD. DOROTHY MAE. 2211 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C. SPIVEY, HERBERT CLYDE. JR., Portsmouth, Va. ST. CLAIR. FRANCES ELIZABETH, Box 325, Eggleston, Va. TAYLOR, DANNY WAYNE, Efland. N. C. 41 the 1947 mm CUSS WALKER, JACK SHEALY 204 Peele St. Burlington, N. C. WALKER, VIVIAN ALLENE Rt. 1 Asheboro, N. C. WARD, GRACE EVELYN Staley, N. C. WHITLOCK, JANE Box 233 Carthage, N. C. WILLIAMS, JOHN F. 2020 Greenway St. Charlotte, N. C. WILSON, KATHRYN C. Rt. 4 Burlington, N. C. YOUNG, ALMA KATHLEEN Vernon, Ala. 42 ' iever a Worry . . .These " Soph OHIO re ( m Ollicers Floyd Boyce President Bill Stafford Vice President Lib Jernigan Secretary Bill Williams Treasurer 43 ALEXANDER, WILLIAM NELSON 32 Haliburton St., Canton, N. C. ANDERSON, GLORIA DAVIS 1909 Second St., Hampton, Va. BLALOCK, HERBERT SYLVESTER Route 2, Elon College, N, C, BOYCE, FLOYD THOMAS Route 1, Jackson, N. C. BRAY, DOROTHY ELIZABETH Route 3, Elizabeth City, N, C. BRAY, OABE Virgilina, Va. BRINKLEY, DOROTHY JANE Route 1, Box 294, Suffolk, Va, BROWN, PAUL DANIEL Route 1. Bo.x 58, Siler City, N. C, BROWNIE, LEWIS HILDREY, JR. 704 Stewart St„ So. Norfolk Va. BROWNING, MARY ELIZABETH 328 N, Maple St., Graham, N. C. BURCH. JACK MELVIN Route 1, Burlington, N. C. BURTON, THOMAS LINDSEY Route 1, Reidsville. N. C. BYRD, ANNE HARVEY 1235 21st St„ Newport News, Va. BRYAN, MARIE Box 235, Elon Road. Burlington, N, C. CANNON. DORIS LUCILLE Box 872. Canton. N. C. CARSON, EDWIN H. Jamesville, N, C. CARTER, ERNA NELL 63 Montgomery St.. Reidsville, N. C. CATES, ALBERT RONEY 202 Beaumont Ave., Burlington, N. C. CHANDLER. FREDERICK MALLOY Semora. N. C. CLAPP, GERTRUDE COBLE Route 6, Box 126, Greensboro, N. C. COBB, JOHN WILLIAM Route 3, Liberty, N. C. COLEY, RICHARD OPIE 308 Highland Ave., Burlington, N. C. COX. VANCE E. Box 454. Mount Airy. N. C. DANIELS, VERONA ANNIE Lenoxville Road. Beaufort, N, C. DAVIS, BETTIE CARRA Whaleyville, Va. DAVIS, NELLIE FELTON Whaleyville. Va. DOUGHTIE, JESSIE REE Eure, N. C. DOWD. DOROTHY BESS Glendon. N. C. the I!I47 PIIIPSICLI 44 the 1947 soriioMoiiE mu First row, left to right: EASTER. FREDERICK WALTER. JR.. Route 2. Elon College. N. C. EDWARDS. NORMA JEAN. Gibsonville. N. C. EDWARDS. WILLIAM ARNOLD, Route 1. Liberty. N. C. ENGLEBURT. BETTY PAIGE. 18 Virginia Ave., Phoebus, Va. EULISS. FOY VEY. Rt. 1. Burlington, N. C. EULISS. SAMUEL HOMER. Route 3, Liberty. N. C. EULISS. WADE COLUMBUS. Route 1, Burlington. N. C Second row: FAUST. THOMAS ALBRIGHT. Box 327. Liberty. N C. FRAZIER. MARY JOAN. Rt. 1. Shenandoah. Va. FREEMAN. DEWEY, M.. JR.. East Charlotte Road. Rutherfordton, N. C. FULLER. RAVEN LENELLE. Route 1, Henderson, N. C. GASKINS. ROBERT JAMES. 205 Pollock St.. New Bern, N. C. GENTRY. EDWARD THOMAS. Route 2. Roxboro. N. C. GLASCOCK. KEISTER MURLEN, Virgilina. Va. Third row: GRAVITT. ANNIE FRANCES, Route 2, Burlington, N. C. HANCOCK. WILLIAM JOSEPH. Third St.. Gibsonville. N. C. HARRIS. AGNES CLYDE. Roseboro. N. C. HARRIS. ROBERT E.. Varita Courts Apts . Wilson. N. C. HOFFM AN. FRED JOHN. 167 Cypress Ave.. Bogota, N. J. HOLT, JACK NEAL. 302 Monroe St., Leaksville, N. C. HUDSON. HOWARD ALFONSO, Route 3, Liberty, N. C. e 9 ' « a a 45 1 ' " . ■4. ' HUNLEY. JACK ROLAND 302 Fisher St., Burlington. N. C. ISLEY, SAMUEL WENDELL. 301 Everett St.. Burlington. N. C. JACKSON. FRED COBB Route 1. Gates, N, C. JERNIGAN, MAUDE ELIZABETH Godwin, N. C. JOHNSON, MILDRED GERALDINE 130 Graham St,, Wilmington, N. C. KERNODLE, DON REID Route 1, Elon College, N, C, KERNODLE, MARGARET JEAN Box 273, Elon College, N. C. KERNODLE, WILLIAM HENRY Route 1, Elon College, N. C. KING, WAYNE EDWARD Box 31, Elon College, N. C. LATTA. WILLIAM C. ,sn3 Georgia Ave.. Burlington. N. C. LEA, JERRY EDWARD 306 Ruffin St.. Burlington. N. C. LEE, ANNIE RUTH Route 4, Burlington, N, C. LEONARD. JAMES OLIN Route 6. Lexington, N. C. LOWE. WADE FERRIES 309 N. Main St., Burlington, N. C. LYNCH. ESTELLE Box 231. Elon College, N. C. MADREN. JAMES WOODROW Box t6-A, Linville, Va. McCLENNY. DAVE F. 1304 Maple St., Goldsboro. N. C. McCULLOCK. WALTER WILLIAM, JR. 1023 Webb Ave., Burlington, N. C. McDIARMID, HAROLD ALEXANDER 401 Asheboro St„ Greensboro. N. C. McKINNEY, MIRIAM Route 1. Chester, S. C. McKINNEY. PERCY DAVID Route 1, Gibsonville, N. C. MILIAM, CALVIN COOLIGE Ca-Vel Village, Roxboro, N. C. MILES. DORIS KATHLEEN 300 Ranhut St.. Burlington. N. C. MILLER, MARY CLEGG 922 Amherst St.. Winchester. Va. MOFFITT. FLETA MAY 218 E. Bragg St.. Greensboro, N, C. MONSOUR, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Roseboro, N. C. MOODY, JOHN DATE, JR Route 1, Burlington, N. C. MOORE, MARJORIE NORFLEET Route 2, Box 212, Suffolk, Va. the 1947 PHII ' SKILI 46 Ihr MII7 SOPHOMORE am First row, lejt to right: MOORE. WAYNE THOMPSON. 115 Anthony St.. Burlington. N. C. MOORE. WILLIARD GLENN. 115 Anthony St.. Burlington. N. C. NEESE. MAX EDMOND. Box 68. Elon College. N. C. NICKS. MARIE ALGENE. Route 2. Burlington. N. C. NORMAN. MARY SUE. Dobson. N. C. OWEN. WALLACE HUFFMAN. Gibsonville. N. C. PACE. Ella Elaine. Route 3. Burlington. N. C. Second row: PARKER. JAMES HALLETTE. JR.. Box 145. Sunbury. N. C. PATILLO. MARTHA ELIZABETH, 506 N. Main St.. Burlington. N C PAUL. ELINOR MACK. Aurora. N. C. RADER. MARTHA JEANNE. Box 127. Burlington. N. C. RANDOLPH. CHARLES WESLEY. Gibsonville. N. C. REBICK. VIRGINIA WADE. Route 2. Franklin. Va. ROUTH. SYLVAN ROSCOE. Route 1. Franklinville. N. C. Third : SCOTT. FLOYD EDWARD. 301 Third St., Gibsonville. N. C. SELF, NORMAN FAUCETTE, 901 S. Park Ave.. Burlington. N. C SH.ACKLEFORD. DOROTHY ANN. 117 Virginia Ave.. Phoebus. Va SHARPE. EDITH ELLA. 207 Ireland St., Burlington. N. C. SHOWE. DOROTHY MAY. Route 4. Burlington. N. C. SILER. JAMES HAROLD. Route 2. Ramseur. N. C. SMITH. Mary Ann. Route 1. Henderson. N. C. tiM . til W 0 - vF " r«» l 47 SMITH. MARY HOPE Route 4. Mt. Airy. N. C. SMITH, ORA ELIZABETH Route 1. Durham. N. C. SMITH, WAYNE HARRINGTON Box 211. Dallas. N. C. SOMERS. MABLE Route 1. Burlington. N. C. SOMERVILLE. JOHN NOTTINGHAM Box 73. Cross Hill. S. C. SPIVEY. ELLEN REBECCA Route 1. Sunbury, N. C. STAFFORD, WILLIE RANSOME. JR. 103 Oklahoma Ave., Burlington, N. C. STALLINGS. TEMPIE ALLENE 1230 Beale St.. Rocky Mount. N. C. TEDDER. WILLIAM CHARLES Box 431 Fairmont. N. C. THOMPSON. CAROLYN JOAN 104 S. Franklin St.. Whiteville. N. C. THOMPSON. WILLIAM LEONARD Bunn. N. C. TRUITT. BLANCHE RICHARDSON Route 4. Burlington. N. C. TUCKER, GENELL Route 3. Wadesboro. N. C. TURNER. RUCKER S. 15 Main St.. Reidsville. N. C. VICKERY, ISHAM HAILEY. JR. Oxford Road. Henderson. N. C. WALKER. STEPHEN EDWARD Box 137. Milton. N. C. WARD. HENRY WILLIAMS Rowland. N. C. WARREN. MARTHA JANE Prospect Hill. N. C. WATTS. MARY JO Route 2. Peachland. N. C WEST, JEAN HAYWOOD Box 481, Briarfield Rd., Hampton, Va. WESTMORELAND, JOE HENRY Gibsonville, N, C. WHELESS, CHARITY EDITH Route 1, Louisburg, N, C. WHELESS, RUTH ANN Route 1, Louisburg, N. C. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM LEAFORD- JR. A Street, Bridgeton, N. C. WILLIAMSON, VERA HULDA Box 290, Biscoe, N, C. WRIGHT, AI TON Route I, Jonesboro, N. C. YARBROUGH. FRED WILSON Route 1. Roxboro. N. C. the 1947 PHIPSICLI 48 ii Everyone ' s Worry " Freshman Class Officers Warren Johnson President Dewey Huffines Vice President Nancy Eller Secretary Dalton Harper Treasurer 49 t r ilk W ' fc l . T ' " G ' 1 ammm. . i i bbima le ' T i:. C; I?!) A a o. J .1 - ClI - ' ' l ' ' S : I lb. i . F R E S H N E 111 First rou), left to riaht: Allen. Finley (George, Haw River. N. C. AUred. Benjamin Ernest. Jr.. 103 W. Kime St., Burlington, N, C. Andrews, Clayton. C. Jr.. Box 28. MoLeansville. N. C. Askew. Lonnie Lee. Roduco. N. C. Athanaelos, Marina John. 118 Rankin St.. Kannapolis. N. C. Avent. Staley Allison, Grabur Heights, Burlington, N. C. Bain. Ruth Jameline, 21 Hawkins Ave.. Sanford. N. C. Baker. Betty Hinton. Main St.. Box 264. Carthage. N. C. Barnes. Janies Clitton. Coropeake, N. C. Barrett, Robert Carlton, 328 Rinner Ave.. Suffolk. Va. Second row: Beale. Warren Steele. 304 S. High St.. Franklin. Va. Beamer. Garnet Mitchell. 148 East Poplar St.. Mt. Airy. N. C. Bellamy. Roderic Cortland. Route 1. Box 115. Supply, N. C. Berry Wintord Jennings. Route 1. Eton College. N. C. Black. Roger Carlyle. 905 Maple Ave.. Burlington. N. C. Blackwell, Doris Jean. Route 5. Burlington. N. C. Blanchard. John William. Route 2. Burlington. N. C. Boone. J.imes Gaylon. Route 1. Carrsville. Va. Bowers. Robert Joseph. Rt. 3, Sanford, N. C. Boyles, Burrell Clarence, Jr.. Box 135. Gibsonville. N. C. Third rotu: Brafford. Elmer W.. Box 6. Robbins, N. C. Brande, Donald Arlon, 22 Turner Drive, Reidsville, N, C. Brannock. George Edwin. 203 Tarpley St., Burlington, N. C. Branson. Frances Eveline. Rt. 4. High Point. N. C. Braxton. Norman Huctt. Whiteville. N C. Brown. Delmar Lee. 202 South Main St.. Norfolk. Va. Brown. William Walter. Box 880. Burlington. N. C. Buckner. Saul Hughes. Rt. 2. Elon College. N. C. Burke. John Preston. 127 W. Holt St.. Burlington, N. C. Burke, M. G.. Jr.. 127 W. Holt St.. Burlington, N. C. Fourth roui: Busick. Elizabeth O.. Rt. 1. Elon College, N. C. Butner. Benetta Ann, Box 562. Havelock. N. C. Campbell. Frances Rhumell. Rt. 5. Sanford, N. C. Capps, Anna Clarke. Aberdeen, N. C. Cafes, John Griffln. 803 N. Main St.. Burlington. N. C. Cafes. Ralph Thomas. 803 N. Main St., Burlington. N. C. Causey, Paul Elvin, 319 Greer St.. High Point. N. C. Chandler. Nancv Leola. 109 E. RufPn St.. Burlington. N. C. Chilton. Betty Jo. Rt. 4. High Point. N. C. Chrismon, Elizabeth Kathleen, Rt. 1. Brown Summit. N. C. Fifth row: Coggins, Carl Lynn, 305 Summit. Ave., Sanford, N. C. Collins, Thomas E., Box 124. Gibsonville, N, C, Conklin, Lloyd Elvin. 612 Avon Ave., Burlington. N. C. Copeland. Isaac Mathias. Jr.. 1711 Montclair Ave.. Norfolk, Va. Cornish, Andrew, 115 Gorgas Lane. Oak Ridge. Tenn. Cross. George W., 1107 N. Mebane St.. Burlington. N. C. Crutchfleld, Mary Elizabeth, Holland, Va, Cutrell. Ira Glenn, Box 25, Fairfield. N. C. f? , fi ' © . First row. left to right: Dalehite. Bettv Jane. Route 3. Hillsborc. N. C. Daniel. Dobert Lee. 771 South Scales St., ReidsvUle. N. C. Daniels. Everett Eugene. 10(i Rolling Road. Burlington. N. C. Darden. David Alfred. 100 York St , Suffolk. Va. Dixon. Lela Mae. Society Hill. S. C. Dofflemyer. Maxine Arbutus. Route 2. Elkton. Va Donate. Rocco Francis. 335 Bishop St.. Waterbury, Conn. Dorsett. Clvde Henrv. Jr.. Box 1273. Burlington. N. C. Draper. Homer Virgil. Jr.. 125 N. Saratoga St.. SufTolk. Va. Drew. Edward Earl. 300 Greenway Drive. Portsmouth. Va. Second roio: EUer. Nancy Mildred. Creston. N. C Ellis. Thomas Edwin. Ramseur. N. C. Erlacher. Graham Henrv. Ridgewood Drive. Milford. Conn. Everett. Mills Robert, 535 Second Avenue. Suffolk. Va. Falwell. Edna Maggie. 4409 Hilltop Drive, Lynchburg. Va. Fauleoner, June H.. 606 Webb Ave.. Burlington. N. C. Fernevhough. Richard Henry. 421 S. Main St.. Reidsville. N. C. Ferneyhough. William Todd. 421 S. Main St.. Reidsville. N. C. Fields. Clyde Lee. 54 Wentworth St., Reidsville, N. C. Force. Beryl Clarice, 775 Stuyvesant Ave.. Irvington. N. J. Third row: Foushee. Leonidas Merritt. 617 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N. C. Fralev. Claude McClelland. 88 B St.. Keyser. W. Va. Freeman. William Merrell. 713 Carthage St.. Sanford, N. C. Fulton. Garland Waddell. 212 Maple Ave.. Sanford. N. C Furr. Robert Bivens. 1922 Lenox Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Garrison. Marshall Land. 116 Sixth St.. Burlington. N. C. Gentry. Claude Olen, 116 Caldwell St.. Greensboro. N. C. Gentry. Garland Wesley, llfi Caldwell St.. Greensboro, N. C. George. William David. 1407 Lathrop St., Durham, N. C. Gibson. Harold Lex. Walnut Cove. N. C. Fourth row: Godfrey. Russell Gilmour. 204 N. Broad St, Winston-Salem. N. C. Godwin. Milton Russell. Kenly. N. C. Graves. John Seav. 601 Fountain Place. Burlington. N. C. Griffin. David Julian. 2)2 Sixth St.. Burlington. N. C. Griffin, Edward William. 47 George St.. Bristol. Conn. Hager. Richard Theodore Box 454 Fieldale, Va. Hall. John Thomas. Jr. 83 Jackson Ave.. Schoolfield. Va. Hardv. Nash Eugene. Jr.. Nisson St.. Reidsville. N. C. Harper. Richard Dalton. 1039 S. William St.. Henderson. N. C. Hawkins. Katie Lee, 48 Street. Mebane. N. C Fifth row: Hayes. Raymond L.. Route 3. Mt. Airy. N. C. Hill. Marv C. Box 673. Spray. N. C. Hilliard. Charles Albert. Route 2, Macon. N. C. Hinnant. Rudolph Blenn. Kenly. N. C. Hoflfman. Howard Wentworth. Rt. 1. Burlington. N. C. Hollander. Charles Stanley. 59 W. St. N. W.. Washington. N. C. Holt. Julius Romeo. Rt. 6. Burlington. N. C. Holt. Lois Mildied. Cedar Crest. Burlington. N. C. Hooker, Deward Wilbur. 13 Pelham Ave.. Schofield. Va. Horner, Jack Leo. 116 E. Parker St.. Oraham. N. C. c c. F R E S H C, Qk V i 1 : gt tI rfll ill lib f p; .0 e ' " fr. c % r D te mkj gH ill 1 Jl 4 4L a ' J. Mil m J, ♦ € llil ' • «, llT) » f-1 ■ ?? t V ir - f ' . I. fefc t ' MuL F R E S H M E First rouj. left to right: Howell. James Richard, Jr.. 150 S. Sherman St., Denver, 9. Colorado Hufflnes. Dewey Robson. Jr.. 246 Maple Ave.. Reidsville. N. C, Hughes, Muril Thomas, Brown Summit. N. C. Iseley. Nellie Frances. 217 Willowbrook Dr.. Burlington, N. C. Johnson. Warren Herbert. 2276 Boulevard. Jersey City, N. J. Jones. Dorothy May. 113 Fitzgerald Apts.. Schoolfield. Va. Jones. Robert " William. Jr., Box 53, Fairfield, N. C. Jovner. Shirley Corretta. Route 2, Franklin, Va. Keeton, Harry Melvin, 1018 W. Paxton St„ Danville, Va. Kernodle, Frances Ledora, Route 1. Brown Summit, N. C. Second row: Ketner, Walter Jackson, Midway Ave,, Box 712, Burlington, N. C, King, Verdery Alonzo Route 1, Burlington. N. C. Lassiter. James Albert. Route 2. Box 667. Suflolk. Va. Law. William Aub)ev. Cashmere. W. Va. Lawrence. Lewis Hamel. 819 Westover Ave.. Norfolk. Va. Lebrick. Bland Allen. 5040 Fort Ave.. Lvnchburg. Va. Lillev. Cecil Alston. Jr.. 3 A Ocracoke Drive. Havelock. N. C. Lindley. Harvey Winford Jr.. 207 Highland Ave.. Burlington. N. C. Lloyd. Eldridge Burgess. 44 Oak Ridge Ave.. Schoolfield Va. Loy, Richard Wesley. Route 1. Burlington. N. C. Third roiu: Lynch. Bertha Eileen. 58 Undercliff Road. Millburn. N. J. Martin. Fred Wallace. Route 2. Box 22. Elon College. N, C. Martin, Luther Wesley, Route 2, Elon College, N, C. Matze, William Joseph, 1403 Fenton St., South Boston. Va. McCaughrean. George Robert. 117 Metropolitan Ave.. Atlantic City. ! McCormick. John Claron. Route 3. Box 222. Mount Airy, N. C. McCracken. Malcolm W.. 5 St. Clair St.. Sanford. N. C. McNeely. David Eugene. Henrietta. N. C. McSwain. James Thurso. Robbins. N. C. Meena. George Hercules, 1503 Wilmore Drive, Charlotte, N. C. Fourth row: Meredith, Nola Jeanne, Florence Ave., Virgilina, Va. Meredith. John Berkley. Florence Ave.. Virgilina. Va. Mitchell. William Gordon. 212 Lindsey. St.. Reidsville, N. C. Mobley. William Moore. Courtland Place. Reidsville, N. C. Moore, Evelvne Wright, Route 2, Box 212. Suffolk, Va. Moore, Henrv Bowden, 225 N. Main St.. Graham, N. C. Moore, Jack Lloyd, Box 1052, Burlington, N. C. Moses. Francis W., Jr.. 1311 LeClaire St., Davenport. Iowa Moses. Helen Strader. Burlington. N. C. Nash. Edwin Thomas. Route 1, Box 256. Durham. N. C, Fifth rold- Nash, Malbourne Keith, Hillsboro Road, Durham, N. C. Nash. William Coleman. Route 1, Durham, N, C, Newton, Richard Elder. Route 3. Luray. Va. Norman. Doris Ray. 102 Redd St., Reidsville, N. C. Norris. Herbert Glossery, 932 Dixie St.. Burlington. N. C. Oakley, Annie Lou, Route 1, Burlington, N, C. O ' Neal, Edward Emorv. Box 7. Fairfield. N. C. Ormond. Isaac Franklin. 703 E. Walnut St.. Goldsboro. N. C. Owens. Shelton W.. Caroleen. N. C. Painter. Richard Huffman, Route 3. Luray, Va. f (f f ' W . f? i:: . .r m .a j ;. fr .. o First roKJ. Ie:ft to right: Pannell. Robert Lee, 419 Pine St.. Clifton Forge, Va. Parham, Bettie Dale, 103 McVernon Ave., Portsmouth. Va. Parker. Frances Estelle. Route 1. Erwin, N. C. Parker. George Theodore. Ca-vel Circle, Roxboro N. C. Peedin. Doris Vivian. 49 Bryden Circle. Fayetteville, N. C. Perkins. Sidney Thomas. Route 2. Roxboro. N. C. Perry. Homer. 446 Harris St Leaksville. N. C. Perry. William Kornegay. Elon College. N. C. Phillips. Alma Missouria Box 36. Bennett. N. C. Phillips. Charles Macon. Box 54. Kenly. N C. Second row: Pickard. Delphus Eugene. 217 N. Steele St.. Sanford, N. C. Piatt. Stephen. 1127 Neilson Ave.. Far Rockaway. N. Y. Poindexter. Gordon Wallace. Jr.. Warrenton. N. C. Porterfield. Erwin Lee, Route 4. Burlington. Va. Poteat. Raymond Mallov. Route 1. Blanc he. N. C. Price. Weldon Robert. 322 N. Scales St.. Reidsville. N. C. Pritchett. Iris Elaine. Browns Summit. N. C. Quails. Pollv, 603 N, Main St.. Burlington. N. C. Rae. Michael Lee. 2541 Amboy Road. S. 1. 6, New York. New York Raines, Elizabeth Earman, Route 3. Box 208. Harrisonburg, Va. Third row: Reynolds. Hal Lee. Troy. N. C. Riddick. Minnie Frances. Gurley. Ala. Riley. Jimmie Landon. Jr.. Box 423. Carthage. N C. Rives. Alston Ramsey, Bo.x 53. Jonesboro. N, C, Robbins, Maxine Sue, Route 1. Box 84 Jamestown. N. C. Roberts. Beatrice nne. 18 Maple Ave.. Reidsville. N. C. Robinson. Charles D.. 608 Washington St.. Graham. N. C. Rosemond. Joseph Franklin, Box 292 Hillsboro, N. C. Rothgeb. Wendell Olin. Route 3. Luray. Va. Royals. Mary Jackie, Route 3. Hampton, Va. Fourth row: Rudd, Robert Lee. Jr., 307 N. Main St.. Burlington, N, C. Rudd, William Greene, Route 2. Reidsville. N. C. Rummage. Willie Irene, Route 1. Ellerbe. N. C. Saltoun, Andre Bank Street, Baghdad, Irak Saunders, Thomas Isaac, RufRn, N, C, Sawyer, Floyd Daniel, 602 N. Hyde Park Ave,, Durham. N. C. Schenk. Ernest Calvin. Route 1. Hitchcock. Okla. Schuster. Marv Winifred. 19 Floyd Ave.. Bloomfield. N. J. Scott. William Tate. Jr . Elon College. N. C. Seat. Robert Carroll. Virgilina. Va. Fijthrow: Shanon. James Samuel. Mayodan. N. C. Sherard. Gene Stevenson, 616 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N, C. Sherard, John Frank, 616 Lexington Ave., Burlington, N, C. Short. Earl Edward. 616 Lexington, Burlington, N, C, Silva, Mary Lou, 33 Alfred Drowne Road, W, Barrington, R, I. Slayden, Hartwell Berton. 115 Whitlock Ave,, Winchester. Va. Smith. Claude Petty. 833 Waugh St.. Greensboro. N. C. Smith. Herbert Lee. 109 Tucker St , Burlington. N. C. Smith. Lacy William. Jr,, 3311 E, Bessemer Ave,, Greensboro. N. C. Snotherly, Paul Lee, Haw River, N. C. F R E S H IH E r c ju r o e c .r f n i i • F H E S H M E N First run- tnl I.. r, il; Snow. William Baxter. 314 Worth St., Mt. Airy, N. C. Snyder. John Paul. 160J Pasadena Court. Norfolk. Va. Sparks. Johnnie William. 309 N. Broad St.. Burlington. N. C. Spence. Ray Brooks. Box 450. Burlington. N. C. Staley. Rober Hynds. 28 Bonsilene St.. Woodniont. Conn. Steinmetz. Patricia Ruth. Route 2. Boonton. N. J. Stephens. John Warrick, Jr.. Leasburg. N. C. Storey. Conor Max, 347 Albright Ave., Graham. N. C. Strader, Victor Lawrence, Main St.. Kernersville, N. C. Sutton. Edith Gaynelle. Route 1, Elon College, N. C. Second row: Swinney, Clarence Willard, 102 North Ave., Burlington. N. C. Taylor, John Richard, Jr,, 201 N, Broad St., Suffolk. Va. Terry, James Howard, 812 Cameron St., Burlington, N. C. Thomas. Harry Lee. Hillsboro, N. C. Thompson. Jack Wallace. 23 Mohead St., Leaksville, N. C. Thompson. Juney P.. Snow Camp. N. C. Thompson. Richard Clindening. South Main St.. Graham. N. C. Troxler. Jackie Harlea. Route 2. Box 161. tlon College. N. C. Troxler. Roger Vernon. Route 2, Elon College, N, C. Troy. Wesley Long. Route 1. Liberty, N. C. Third row: Tuck. Carolvn Frazier. Virgilina. Va. Twiddy. Clyde Baxter. Jr.. 306 W. 35th St.. Norfolk. Va. Upchu ' rch, Ireland Slandfield, Route 3, Jonesboro, N C. Vaughan, Agnes Mae, Dolphin, Va. Veazey, Martha Louise, New Market, Va. Walker, David Eugene, 518 Foote Ave,, Webster Groves 19, Mo. Walker, Patricia Grey. 441 N. Scales St.. Reidsville. N. C. Wall. Hugh Brantley. Danbury. N. C. Ward. Clyde Maxwell. 217 Rolling Road. Burlington. N. C. Watson. Donald Ray. Kenly, N. C. Fourth row: Watson. John I.. Engelhard. N. C. Waynick. Frances Honzelle, Route 2, Elon College, N. C. Weidon, John Ira. Route 3, Louisburg, N. C. Wentz Walter Allen, Jr., 102 N. Lawrence St., Rockingham, N. C. West James Brooks, 104 11th St., Willoughtaay, Norfolk 3, Va. Wheeler. Glenna Juanita. 113 Stokesland Ave.. Schoolfield. Va. Whitmore, Robert Burton, Jr,, Virgilina, Va. Widenhouse. James Baker. 308 Mable Ave.. Kannapolis. N. C. Wigmore, Harry Charles, Jr„ 138 Dover Circle, Norfolk 5, Va. Wilkins, Lyman Logan. Jr., 1103 N. Gregson St., Durham. N. C. Wilkinson. James Kelly 416 West Court St.. Marion, N. C. Williams Doris Mae. Third Street. Weidon. N. C. Williams Hylda Maude. 805 Rosewood Ave.. Pt. Pleasant Beach. N. J. Williams Thomas Milton. Route 1. Box 85. Mcbane. N. C. Wray. Elizabeth Louise. 55 Richordson Drive. Reidsville. N. C. Wright. Howard Thomas. Ramseur. N. C. York. Steven Bascom, Jr., Ramseur. N. C. 55 side at Glon 9 9 57 " At Last It ' s Here . . Mary Coxe Editor-in-Chief Yes, at last we have finished the 1947 edition of the Phipsicli. It is yours to take for what it is worth and we sincerely hope that it will be worth a great deal to you. To the student body, the administration, Pearsall Studios, the Charlotte Engraving Com- pany, and Edwards Broughton Company we, the staff, and Dr. Hirsch, our adviser, wish to express our sincere appreciation for your splendid co- operation. Without this cooperation, it would have been impossible to edit our 1947 PHIPSICLI. Dr. Hans E. Hirsch Faculty Adviser D. B. Harrell, Jr. Business Manager 58 t Liisl Its Voui ' s " 1947 I ' hipsicli Sliiff Mary Coxe Editor-in-Chief D. B. Harrell, Jr Business Manager Patricia Hook i T, „ V Associate Editors Betty Benton I Al Burlingame Sports Editor Verdalee Norris I „ „ , Copy Editors George Bullock I William Duncan Photographer Jean West J .Typists Louis Agresta I Dr. Hans E. Hirsch Faculty Adviser 59 ' Ill Year... Rao and Metal " Al Burlingame Editor D. B. Harrell, Jr - Business Manager Mary Coxe Assistant Business Manager Betty Benton Managing Editor Verdalee Norris, Catherine Cooper. Associate Editors Dot Salmons Feature Editor Hazel Cole Circulation Manager George Bullock Photographer Charles Brown Printer John Watson Pressman Dr. C. R. McClure Faculty Adviser Al Burlingame Editor 60 THE HEADQUARTERS of the Maroon and Gold is Room 1 of the Duke Science Building. This publication is a member of the North Carolina Collegiate Press Association and of the Associated Collegiate Press. Elon ' s newspaper is unique among school papers in the state because all of the work is done on the campus. C. R. McClure Faculty Adviser 4 I Our College Sewspaper MAROON m GOLD THE Maroon and Gold, a Bi-weekly publication serves as a medium for literary endeavor, as well as serving as the official newspaper of the campus. Those students who are preparing for work in the field of Journalism as well as those interested in writing as an extra-curricular activity receive valuable training through their experience on the Maroon and Gold Staff. Under the excellent leadership of Al Burlingame, Editor, the MarooJi and Gold staff has had a very successful year. 61 " How Can I Sing Today " Choir UNDER THE DIRECTION of John Westmoreland, the Choir has done outstanding work this year. Special concerts at holidays, music for church and chapel services, concert tours and radio concerts have made up their program of activities. Fletcher Moore at the organ console and Amelia Thiele at the piano are accompanists for the group. 62 " A Line In Time Saves Nine " filon Players THE ELON PLAYERS is the dramatic organization on our campus. Under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Smith, head of the Dramatics Depart- ment, the club has had a very successful year. Membership in the club is not limited, and all students interested in any phase of dramatics may become members of the Elon Players. At the end of the year, the Dramatics Department presents " Oscars " to the best actor and actress of the year. The scene pictured above is one taken from a rehearsal of " Junior Miss " starring Maxie Graham, Edwin Nash and Amy Campbell. 63 " Always Ready To Serve " Bob Graham Kermit Inman Fleta Moffitt Senior S. C. A. THE SENIOR STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION is responsible for student religious activities on campus. The work of the Association is carried out by the various committees. Some of the functions of these committees include Sunday evening vespers, Morning Watch, chapel pro- grams, student body socials, and world student service campaigns. The Senior Student Christian Association also furnishes church ushers and Freshman advisers. Business sessions of the Senior group are held weekly, and meetings of the entire S.C.A. are held monthly, at which time outstanding speakers are heard and Christian fellowship enjoyed. Officers for the year are: Presi- dent, Bob Graham; Vice President, Kermit Inman; Secretary-Treasurer, Fleta Moffitt. 64 Freshman S.C.A. THE FRESHMAN S.C A. is made up of outstanding members of the Fresh- man Class. It introduces the Freshman into the S.C. A. and gives them an opportunity to share their ideas and talents by serving on various committees. It also helps to promote the work of the association among the new students. During the year they have sponsored some very interesting chapel pro- grams and aided in other religious programs, and have helped in planning socials for the student body. Officers of this organization are: President, Baxter Twiddy; Vice Presi- dent, Warren Johnson; Secretary, Mary Schuster. ' Woiiiiiu Freshmen ?? r Aik Baxter Twiddy Warren Johnsdn Mary Schuster 65 ' ' Sonieda) You Will Weed 11 " Household Arts Club THE HOUSEHOLD ARTS CLUB ' S membership is drawn from the Home Economics majors and other students interested in the type of work it promotes. Its chief function is to discuss problems in the field of Home Economics and to promote interest in this subject. Meetings are held monthly. The officers are President, Marian Griffin; Vice President, Jo Earp; Secretary-Treasurer, Ella Mae Mogan. Miss Linda Payne is faculty adviser. 66 " Pallets. Paints, Brnshes " Fine Irts Club OFFICERS Dale Hensley... President Carol Staten Secretary Kathy Young Vice President Betty Englebert Treasurer John Taylor Reporter Members Becky Beale. Warren Burns, Jean Scott Fogleman, Polly Quails, Richard Staten, Williard Abernathy, Elizabeth Apple, Ruby Braxton, Dorothy Dowd, Jo Earp. Betty Englebert, Warren Ellington, Dale Hensley, Allene Stallings, John Taylor, Steve Walker, Kathy Young, Agnes Harris, Ralph Edwards, Bill Crenshaw, Joe Golembek, Marian Griffin, Alice Brewer, Clyde Dorsett, Doris Peedin, Faye Rickard, Florine Chandler, Carolyn Monsour, Floyd Boyce, Sue Norman, Ellen Parks, Dorothy Showe, Homer Perry, Edna Falwell, Leon Hinton, Gladys Rakestraw, Jeanne Parks, Peggy Holt, Verna Lee Ayscue, Howard Black, Floyd Benton, Obie Bray, Lois Casey, Joe Dunn, Robert L. Ellis, Nancy EUer, W. H. Duncan. Mary Catherine Hill, Katie Lee Hawkins, Hal Dowd Foster, Charlie Dunn, J. W. Knight, Mary Clegg Miller, Raymond Poteat, Carol Staten, Jane Warren, J. F. Williams. 67 Elon Colonnades Edward Ray Day Editor Mary Clegg Miller Assistant Editor Miss Nancy Keen J Mrs. G. a. Johnson ...Faculty Advisers Dr. C. R. McClure THE COLONNADES is the literary publication which encourages students to write essays, poetry, short stories and plays. Any campus student has the privilege of contributing worthy original compositions to the maga- zine. With the return of the men who have been away during the war. this traditional publication ' s future growth is assured. 68 Day Students Organization OFFICERS Dale Hensley President Helen Cobb Secretary Wally McCulloch Vice President Max Neese Treasurer THROUGH these officers and their own organization, the Day Students as a group cooperate with the campus students in carrying out the various activities at Elon. Besides helping with many other projects, this group of students puts on a chapel program and gives an all-school party each year. " SEEN FROM DAY TO DAY " 69 Pre-Med " THE PRE-MEDICAL ASSOCIATION is an organization formed for the benefit of those men and women who are going into the medical field. The association meets once a month in order to discuss and listen to talks on different phases of the medical field. The officers are: Jimmy Westmoreland, President; Virginia Ezell, Vice President. 70 Ministerial Association THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION is composed of those students who are preparing themselves for full-time Christian service. Each member is attempting through study to build a philosophy of life based upon the principles of Christ. Meetings of the group are held w eekly, in which fellowship, study, and practice-preaching are utilized to help prepare the prospective minister for his profession. Several of the members hold pastorates in nearby churches. Officers of the organization this year are: Catherine Cooper, President; Warren H. Johnson, Vice President; Helen Cobb. Secretary; Todd Ferneyhough, Treasurer; Miss Lula P. Browne, Faculty Adviser. FRIENDSHIP — FELLOWSHIP — WORSHIP " 71 Veterans ' Club THE VETERANS ' CLUB is composed of Elon College students who have an honorable discharge from the armed services of the United States. The main purposes of this club are to promote a spirit of unity and accord among the World War II veterans, to promote an active social program, and to keep the veterans informed on all matters pertaining to their interest and welfare. The officers are: President, Wayne Taylor; Vice President, Warren Burns; Secretary, Jimmy Roberts; Treasurer, Bobby Harris. 72 International Relations Tlub THE NEED for an International Relations Club on the Campus of Elon was felt for many years prior to the forming of the present club in October 1946. Several interested students formed the nucleus for the present club and it has since grown to number nearly sixty members. Dr. Hans E. Hirsch, Head of the Social Science Division, was selected by the group to become its first sponsor. Nonmember students, members of the faculty, and interested members of the community have taken an active part in the discussions at the weekly meetings. The primary pur- pose of the club is to promote increased knowledge of international affairs and relations as a means to the establishment of a lastmg peace. The officers are: Alton Wright, President; Arthur Dickson, Vice Presi- dent; Amy Campbell, Recording Secretary; Vernon Phelps, Corresponding Secretary; Dr. Hans E. Hirsch, Faculty Adviser. 73 education Olub OFFICERS Hazel Cole President Virginia Boyd Vice President Marion Griffin Secretary Dr. S. C. Deskins Faculty Adtnser The Eduaction Club is corn- posed of students planning to teach or otherwise interested in education. OFFICERS Anne Griffin President Clarence Wyrick Vice President Louis Agresta Secretary Jane McCauley Treasurer Mrs. Vera C. Hirsch Faculty Adviser Le Cercle Francais 74 Die Deutsche Runde OFFICERS Bill Stafford President Don Kernodle Vice President Lib Johnson Secretary Herbert Blalock Treasurer The language clubs meet bi- weekly at which times the members utilize in conversa- tion, study and song and modern language which they have studied. OFFICERS Jean West President Jimmy Boone Vice President Verona Daniels Secretary ROCCO DONATO Treasurer El Club Gspano 75 " E " For Effort at Elon " E " Men ' s Club THE " E " MEN ' S CLUB is an organization of all men who have won their letters through varsity sports or as managers of teams. The purpose of the club is to promote fellowship among the athletes and to regulate such matters as awarding of letters. The officers of the club are: President, Steve Castura; Vice President, Warren Burns; Secretary. Fred Royster; Treasurer, Wayne Taylor. 76 Piinvio Literarv Societv Baker Chrisman Eller Graham McKinncy Neese Norman Parker Rakestraw Rice Roberts Salmons Siiva Stienmetz Ward Whitlock Williamson Veazey THE PANVIO LITERARY SOCIETY took up the work of the former liter- ary societies which were dissolved with the advent of sororities. This society has carried on in praiseworthy fashion their program of activities. Regular meetings featuring programs of varying nature, business ses- sions and socials are included in their activities. The officers are: President, Hilda Roberts; Vice President Erna Nell Carter; Secretary, Martha Veazey; Treasurer, Dorothy Dowd; Faculty Adviser, Miss Frances Muldrow. 77 BETSY SMITH May Queen VERDALEE NORRIS Maid of Honor " f a f 78 iL BETSY SMITH Queen VERDALEE NORRIS Maid of Honor MARY COXE Senior Attendant LOUISE CLAYTON Senior Attendant FLO CHANDLER Junior Attendant ELIZABETH JOHNSON Junior Attendant a t an. FLO CHANDLER Junior Attendant aiiti STEVE CASTURA King FRED ALBRIGHT Escort FRED REGISTER Escort JIMMY ROBERTS Escort ACE HARRELL Escort WAYNE TAYLOR Escort CdL e 1947 ELIZABETH JOHNSON Junior Attendant MARY COXE Senior Attendant LOUISE CLAYTON Senior Attendant iide of Elon ' 81 Sigma Phi Beta Senior: Steve Castura Juniors: Bill Copeland, Arthur Dixon, Phil Gearing Sponsor: Professor G. A. Johnson Sophomores: Floyd Boyce, Bobby Harris, Fred Hoffman, Don Kernodle, David McClenny Freshmen: Tommy Foust, Hal Reynolds 82 L$ B ORGANIZED 1918 First row: Castura Copeland Dixon Gearing Second row: Boyce Harris Kernodle McClenny Third row: Foust Reynolds 83 Delta Upsilon kappa Seniors: Nancy Jordan, Verdalee Norris Juniors: Betty Benton, Sarah Maness. Kathleen Young Sponsor: Mrs. Elizabeth R. Smith Sophomores: Marie Bryan, Anne Byrd, Betty Engleburt, Caroline Monsour, Dot Shakelford Freshman: Jeanne Meredith 84 A YK ORGANIZED 1918 First row: Jordan Norris Benton Maness Second row: Young Bryan Byrd Engleburt Third row: Monsour Shakelford Meredith 85 Kappa Psi U Seniors: George Bullock, Fred Register Juniors: Al Burlingame, Fred Gilliam, D. B. Harrell, Gayle Pollard, Frank McCauley, Wayne Taylor, Jack Walker Sponsor: J. L. Pierce Sophomores: Tommy Burton, B:ll Williams Freshmen: Dalton Harper, Warren Johnson 86 K YN ORGANIZED 1920 W » WZ " wZj, ' f mfMmimji M Am tm I ' ' ' r7 « - rf gK -SirJ ' l 5 e c First roiy; Bullock Register Burlingame Gilliam Harrell Second row: Pollard McCauley Taylor Walker Burton Third row: Williams Harper Johnson Tau Zeta Phi Seniors: Helen Cobb, Catherine Cooper, Mary Coxe, Patricia Hook, Lucille Morgan, Hilda Neese, Ann Pfisterer, Marjory Reidt, Sara Yarbrough Juniors: Florine Chandler, Ella Mae Morgan Sponsor: Mrs. Oma U. Johnson Sophomores: Elizabeth Jernigan, Mildred Johnson, Fleta Moffitt, Elaine Pace. Jeanne Rader. Allene Stallings, Jane Warren, Mary Jo Watts, Jean West TZO ORGANIZED 1920 $ A First row: Cobb Cooper Coxe Hook Morgan Neese Second row: Pfisterer Reidt Yarbrough Chandler Morgan Jernigan Third row: Johnson Moffitt Pace Rader Stallings Warren Fourth row: Watts West 89 lota Tau Kappa Sponsor: Mr. Garland Causey Seniors: Warren Burns, Joe Kidd, Jimmy Roberts, Finlay Thompson Juniors: Carl Allen, Louie Agresta, Marion Chase, William Duncan Sophomores: Calvin Milam, Harold Siler, Wayne King, Edwin Carson Freshman: Ira Cutrell Not pictured: James K. Knight, Claude Comer, W. C. Latta, Lawrence Paige 90 I TK ORGANIZED 1927 Roberts Thompson Allen Second row: Agresta Milam Third row: King Cutrell 91 Beta Oniicron Beta Seniors: Louise Clayton, Hazel Cole, Virginia Ezell, Mrs. Kathleen Shoffner Juniors: Maxine Cole, Paige Eaves, Anne Griffin, Agnes Harris, Elizabeth John- son, Dorothy Shepherd, Vivian Walker, Doris Cannon Sponsor: Miss Vanda Whicker Sophomores: Dorothy Dowd, Marjorie Moore, Elinor Mack Paul, Genell Tucker 92 BOB ORGANIZED 1920 First row: Clayton Cole Ezell Shoffner Cole Eaves ' . 1 » jr. € P r Second row: Griffin Harris Johnson Shepherd Walker Cannon Third row: Dowd Moore Paul Tucker V- 93 Sjjonsor: Dr. Hans E. Hirsch Alpha Pi Delta Seniors: Tony Festa, Leon Hinton Juniors: Ralph Edwards, Warren Elling- ton, Max Garrett, James Langston, Frank Roberts Sophomores: Keister Glascock, Sylvan ROUTH 94 AHA ORGANIZED 1926 0 f % C f | «.f, if ' - ' - ' K ' " -m " J - JnTjK . -.r fTj Festa Hinton Edwards Ellington G arrett Second row: Langston Roberts Glascock Routh Not pictured: Richard Coley Harold Walton Richard Moore Robert Moore Richard Staten 95 Pi Kappa Tau Seniors: Ruby Braxton. Lois Dean Casey, Helen Gunter. Dale Hensley, Betsy Smith, Patsy Wrenn Juniors: Janice Frazier, Jane Lewis Sophomores: Joan Frazier, Mabel Somers. Dorothy Sutton Showe, Carolyn Thompson Sponsor: Miss Amelia Jane Thiele 96 n KT ORGANIZED 1924 tf ? First row: Braxton Casey Gunter Hensley Second row: Smith Wrenn Frazier Lewis Third row: Frazier Somers Showe Thompson 97 Delta Psi Omega NATIONAL HONORARY DRAMATIC FRATERNITY Elon Chapter Charter Granted 1935 i Members Mary Baxlej ' Coxe Robert Jenkins Graham Ruby Dale Hensley Allen Lafayette Hurdle Verdalee Grey Norris Anne Ruth Strader Elizabeth Curtis Benton Susie Elizabeth Johnson Jane Utley McCauley Alfred Wise Burlingame Marjorie Norfieet Moore 98 Pi Gaiiima Mu NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY North Carolina Alpha Chapter Organized 1924 Meinbers Ruby Braxton Annie Louise Clayton Helen Henderson Cobb Dorothy Hazel Cole Catherine Ward Cooper Mary Baxley Coxe Edward Ray Day Ida Virginia Ezell Martha Franks Ruby Dale Hensley Leon C. Hinton Doris Patricia Hook Hilda Grey Neese Lucille Morgan Ann Rader Pfisterer Fred Register Kathleen Shoffner Betsy Maude Smith Anne Strader James Phillip Westmoreland Marion Butler Chase. Jr. Sidney Paige Eaves James Ratliffe Mobley, Jr. Vivian Allenne Walker Grace Evelyn Ward Jane Whitlock OFFICERS Patricia Hook President Lucille Morgan Secretary C. W. Parkins Faculty Adviser 99 ff . . . am n e 100 side of Elon ?9 101 Return To The Gridiron FALL, 1946, marked the re- turn to Elon College of inter- collegiate football, after an absence of four years, and the Christian institution ' s pro- gram for the renewal of all major sports was complete. At the head of that program was an Elon alumnus, L. J. " Hap " Perry, who had coached suc- cessfully for nineteen years at Reidsville High School. His football squad was inex- perienced, played raggedly during the early games, but improved tremendously by the end of the season. Coach L. J. " Hap " Perry Elon Class of ' 23 Harris Causey Wigmore Melvin Darden Domenick Parker Castura Hoffman Brande Gunn Hardy Pictured with head football coach " Hap " Perry left. are Garland Causey. Elon center. line coach, and Jan L. Pierce, High Point right, b a c k ti g 1 d coach. THE FOOTBALL TEAM, facing experienced opponents in most of the games, finished the 1946 season with a record of four wins, five losses, and one tie. To be sure, it was a far cry from Elon ' s championship team of the last football season before the war. but the Fighting Christians improved with each succeeding game, and prospects for 1947 were more promising than for 1946. Elon opened the ' 46 campaign with a 14-0 triumph over Atlantic Christian, but lost to Appalachian, 40-0, at Boone. Then followed an exciting 13-6 nod over E.C.T.C. The season was at its lowest when the Perry men bowed to Newberry and Catawba, 20-0 and 40-0, on consecutive week-ends; but they bounced back to outscore Erskine, 12-0. After dropping a 31-6 decision to High Point and losing by 14-13 to an outplayed Lenoir Rhyne team, the Christians upset the undefeated 325th Glider Infantry of Fort Bragg, 7-6, and finished the year with a brilliant 14-14 tie with Guilford in the traditional Thanksgiving Day game. m 1946 Squad Here is Elon ' s first post- war football team: Left to right, front row: Steve Castvira, Louis Agresta. Claude Manzi. Andy Cornish. Gene Hardy. .■ r 1 i n Brande. Pokey Fulton. Malcolm Mc- cracken. Bobby Harris, Jack Russell. Billy Matze. Fred Hoffman. Center row: Dave D a r d e n. Charles Nichols. Lou Savini, Jerry Domenick. Jack Perry, J. B. Martin. Bud Ferneyhough. Fred Clavtor. Jim Murray. Mike Kozakewich. Woody Wil- son. Bill Perry, Claude Gentry. Back row: Joe Rosemond. Manager: Dave McClennv. Ed Drew, Gar- land Gentry. Paul Causey. Weldon Price. Ted Parker. George Shumar. J. W. Knight, Sam Sharron. H. C. Wigmore, Ray Gunn. .• rnold Melvin. 103 ELON 14. A.C.C. Playing at home in their first game in four years, the Christians made Coach Perry ' s debut as a college coach a successful one. Bobby Harris broke away for 48 yards to score the initial touchdown, during the third quarter, and tallied again in the fourth from the 3-yard line. Steve Castura kicked both noints. A.C.C. completed a pass in the end zone in the second quarter, but a penalty nullified the play. APP.4L, CHI.4N 40, ELON The Mountaineers took advantage of the breaks to overwhelm the Perry men in the ' Battle of Boone. " Twice Elon marched to the Apps ' five- yard line, only to have forward passes intercepted and returned 95 and 103 yards for enemy touchdowns. At halftime the score was 27-C, and Elon never did get back in the game. ELON 13, E.C.T.C. 6 Behind 6-0. at the half, Elon shoved across two third-period touchdowns to win this thriller. Bud Ferneyhough evened the score with a 55-yard sprint, and the winning touchdown came on a 29-yard forward pass-lateral play, Russell to Savini to Domenick. Castura made the second try for point, after missing the first, NEWBERRY 20, ELON Fumbles cost the Christians this game at Newberry, S. C Newberry pounced on an Elon fumble behind the goal for the first score, marched 45 yards after another recovery for the second touchdown, and picked another loose ball out of mid-air for an 18-yard run for the third. Elon ' s only moment of glory came on Bobby Hogan ' s 37-yard punt return, although the ball was called back because of a penalty. CATAWBA 40, ELON Catawba ' s Tangerine Bowl team was just too powerful. Although Elon fought the Indians to a standstill for nearly a quarter, once the touchdown parade started it couldn ' t be stopped. Halftime score was 21-0. Ferneyhough and Murray sparked Elon ' s only threat, a drive to the enemy 21-yard line in the final period, but there Catawba held. ELON 12, ERSKINE Bobby Hams repeated his performance of the A.C.C. game in this muddy contest at Anderson S. C, making both Elon scores, one on a 25-yard gallop and the other on an 11-yard sweep. In this particular game the Christians ' line looked better than at any previous time, as Manzi, Domenick, Cornish. Savini, Melvin. and Bill Perry stood out. HIGH POINT 31, ELON 6 ■Rough " was the word ior it when Elon met High Point ' s Panthers at Memorial Stadium, Greensboro, Perr.v ' s team got off to a fast start, progressing as far as the four-yard line in the opening minutes, before High Point stiffened. By running around Elon ' s ends, the Panthers came back strong, tallied three times in the second quarter and twice in the third, to put the decision on ice. Dave McClenny. most consistent Christian ground gainer during the year, plunged across in the last minute of play for the lone Elon touchdown, LENOIR-RHYNE 14, ELON 13 The Homecoming Day game was a heartbreaker for Elon, which outplayed the Bears from Hickory by 19 first downs to 8. A 32-yard end run by Fred Claytor gave the Maroon and Gold gridders a 6-0 lead before the battle was two minutes old, but Lenoir- Rhyne rolled 70 yards to take a 7-6 command in the first quarter. A last-down touchdown pass from Elon ' s 3-yard line and another extra point made the count 14-6 as the second period began, and Elon was back in the game ,iust before halftime when McClenny and Harris moved the ball 80 yards, Harris scoring, Castura converted this time, but il was one point too few. Elon ran up 12 first downs to the Bears ' one in the final half, but couldn ' t cross the goal line again. ELON 7, 335TH GLIDER 6 An unbeaten Fort Bragg team held a six-point lead over the Christians as this game entered its closing stages, but a 77-yard drive, with Harris tallying from the enemy five, plus Steve Castura ' s extra point conversion, pulled the verdict out of the fire for Elon, Fernc.vhough and Cla.vtor helped give Elon a 14 to 4 edge in first downs over the visiting Troopers. ELON 14, GUILFORD 14 Guilford was a four-touchdown favorite for this Thanksgiving Day clash in Greensboro, but Elon made the Quakers come from behind to tie up the ball game in the last quarter. After Guilford went ahead. 7-0, early in the game, the Fighting Chris- tians began to click. Cla.vtor scored after an 80-yard march, then tossed a touchdown pass to Savini for another 6 points. Castura ' s two perfect placements gave Elon a 14-7 edge at halftime. Only a late drive and Maultsby ' s successful try for point enabled Guilford to prevent a complete upset. ACTION SHOT Taken during Cherry Point basket- ball game at Elon shows all live Elon players, light jerseys. Jumping for ball is Ed Drew, and, left to right, other Christians are Rone.v Cates (lit, Leon Pooe (9i. Joe Golomtaek (14 1, and Jim Huyett, extreme right. See basketball pages for story of the 1946- ' 47 season and iTiore pictures. 104 Tennis RETURNING TO ELON IN 1946, along with the major sports, was tennis. Coached by Lacy B. Adcox. the Christian net squad played a schedule of six meets, five of them against North State conference rivals. Tommy Boyenton, Al Burlingame, Bill Love, Lawrence Paige, Alton Wright, and Bob Barrett all scored victories during the season, and Elon finished second in the conference standings behind the strong Catawba squad. After suffering an 8-0 defeat at the hands of Greensboro Tennis Association in the opening meet, the Christians improved greatly. Catawba won 4-3 and 6-1 decisions; but Elon split with Guilford, winning by 4-3 and losing, 4-2, and beat High Point once, 4-2, and was leading the Panthers in a second meet when rain interrupted. Coach Pierce has been named to guide the 1947 tennis team, which turned out to practice for its ten-meet schedule with several lettermen and some promising new- comers hoping to give Elon a bigger and better season. 1946 TENNIS SQUAD These are the men who wielded the racquets for Elon last spring: Left to right, front row: Bobby Barrett. Carl Allen, Al Burlingame, Tommy Boyen- ton. Sidney Holt. Back row: James Langston. Alton Wright. Bill Love, Lawrence Paige, and Coach L. B. Adcox. 105 CHRISTIAN CAGE COACHES Guiding the Fighting Christian basketball team through another successful season were Head Coach " Hap " Perry, right, and Assistant Coach Garland Causey, left. Both coaches are Elon graduates and former star athletes at the Christian College. Elon College Basketeers HERE ARE THE MEMBERS of Elon ' s fine 1946- ' 47 basket- ball squad, which, although having a less impressive record than the previous year, nevertheless scored several brilliant victories and finished the regular season with a record of 13 wins and 10 losses. Lejt to right, front row: Jim Huyett, Deward Hooker, Jack Russell, Captain Warren Burns, Lou Savini, Johnny Clayton. Back roiv: Chuck Lentz, Graham Erlacher, Ed Drew, Roney Cates, Jack Andrews, Wayne Taylor, and Leon Pope. (Flash!! Elon won North State Conference basketball champion- ship by beating W.C.T.C, 53-51, in finals of conference tournament at High Point! Christians earned finals berth by trimming A.C.C. in fir.st round and Lenoir Rhyne in semi-finals. ' Cates scored 15 points in each game to boost his total for year to 457.) 106 RETURNING SERVICEMEN made basketball competition in the North State tougher than ever during the ]946- " 47 season, but Elon came through to win 13 of 23 games, ended the regular schedule with a record of eight wins and four losses against league foes, and entered the revived con- ference tournament seeded third behind Appalachian and High Point. Among the Christians ' victims during the year were the famed Mc- Crary Eagles, who bowed on the Elon court for the second straight year; the Cherry Point Marines, conqueror of the Southern Conference champs. North Carolina State i although the Christians lost three decisions to the Marines before finally turning the tables i ; Catawba, which Elon beat for the first time in three years: and Appalachian and High Point, the one- two teams of the North State tourney. Player who created much ado throughout the year was sophomore Roney Gates, who, as the regular season closed, led the entire South in scoring with a total of 412 points. Roney easily gained honors in the North State conference, and near the season ' s end was rated seventh highest scorer in the United States. His best game was at Wilson against Atlantic Christian, when he tossed in 36 points for a new conference record. Among the charges of Coach Perry were other capable players, too, such as Captain Warren Burns, Johnny Clayton, Joe Golombek, Ed Drew, Lou Savini, and Leon Pope. Illness forced Golombek to the sidelines halfway through the season, depriving the Christians of one of their best defensive men. 1946- ' 47 BASKETBALL RECORD (Won 13, Lost 10) OpiJ. 52 51 44 60 28 51 37 65 42 57 75 73 61 32 32 60 37 63 40 48 33 49 44 Opponent Danville Indep. Cherry Point Cherry Point Danville Indep. Greensboro Y Hanes Hosiery McCrary Eagles Appalachain i ' Lenoir-Rhyne " Catawba McCrary Eagles Hanes Hosiery Atlantic Christ. Appalachian Catawba High Point Lenoir-Rhyne Cherry Point Cherrv Point ' Guilford High Point " Guilford ' Atlantic Christ. Elon 63 39 30 63 57 37 47 37 43 42 64 47 72 34 35 52 51 57 44 55 36 39 51 1,134 Conference. t Overtime. Burns Savini Clayton Hooker 107 Spring Fever! IN THE WORLD of sports, the coming of spring means " baseball " has arrived, and in the spring of 1946 baseball returned to Elon for the first time since the war. Coach Jan L. Pierce rounded his squad into fair shape, and managed to surprise several highly regarded opponents before the last pitch was thrown. The squad won only seven of fifteen contests, but the record was good enough for a first effort. This year Elon hopes to go places in the North State conference, boasting last year ' s entire pitching staff around which to build a strong team. Bill Anderson, Jack Andrews, " Pep " Watkins, and James McSwain all saw mound duty for the Chris- tians, and all are back for the 1947 squad. Steve Walker, Johnny Clayton, and W. C. Latta, last season ' s leading batsmen, also are expected to be in the lineup when the ump hollers " Batter up! " ELON ' S DIAMOND SQUAD IN 19-i6. shown here, included left to right, first row: Warren Ellington. Steve Walker. Dave Smith. Frank Roberts. J. W. Knight, Lewis Nance, W, C, Latta, Second row: Dick York, Jack Andrews, Johnny Hill, James McSwain, Steve Castura, Clarence Swinney. Warren Burns, Bill Claytor. Back row: Coach Pierce. Woody Wilson. Jim Parker. Bill Anderson. " Pep " Watkins, Johnny Clayton, and Larry McCauley, Manager. ii r ii liLL 108 kill the limp! 1946 BASEBALL RECORD (Won 7, Lost 8) Opp. Opponent Elo 5 Ohio University 6 3 O.R.D. Hawks 4 8 Lenoir Rhyne 1 10 Catawba 2 9 Hanes Hosiery 12 5 ' Atlantic Christian 3 6 Atlantic Christian 1 1 Guilford 2 3 Catawba 5 2 High Point 8 6 Lenoir-Rhyne 3 10 ' Atlantic Christian 2 4 ' Atlantic Christian 2 15 McCrary Eagles 5 3 Guilford 4 Conference. ■ JOHNNY CLAYTON W. C. LATTA SOFTBALI, TEAM Elon Vets ' Club kept sports alive during summer of 1946 by forming Softball team which won 32 games and lost 20 in season ' s play. In August, team made tour of the North, playing at Danville. Va.. Annapolis. Md., Rye. N. Y.. and Bristol. Conn. Pictured are left to right, kneeling: Atkins. Hollander. Harris. Mulford. Standing: Burlingame. Nance. Ayscue. McClenny, and Griffin. 109 Intramural Sports MEN ' S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Picture of Men ' s Intramural Council includes, Seated: Bill Copeland. Sigma Phi; Wayne Taylor. Kappa Psi; Frank Roberts. Alpha Pi; Coach Pierce. Standing: Bill Freeman, Dav Student; Fred Yarborough. North-North; Ray Haves. Vets Court; Warren Burns. I.T.K.; Deward Hooker. Mooney; and Charles Hollander, South Dormitory. Representatives of Club House. South- South, and Oak Lodge were not avail- able for photograph. INTRAMURAL SPORTS have a big place on the Elon College campus. Each year teams are chosen and competition is run off in such sports as touch football, volley ball, basketball, softball, tennis, and bowling, with members of the winning teams having their names engraved on permanent trophies. Individual awards also are given. Important to the success of the intramural program is the Intramural Council, consisting of a IVIen ' s Council and a Women ' s Council. This combined council maps out and carries through the athletic program, and in all cases its decisions are final on the status of players and protests. Much credit for the success of this program should go to Coach Jan L. Pierce, who has kept the intramural leagues functioning throughout the year at a high level of competition and interest. " Girls Like to Plav " GIRLS ATHLETICS have assumed an important place in campus activities this year. The sports activities for girls are entirely intramural but much rivalry accompanies each contest because of the dormitory and sororities participating. The Women ' s Intramural Council is composed of representatives from the various dormitories. This council maps out and carries through the girl ' s athletic program and in all cases its decisions are final on the status of players and teams. Ill INSURED SAVINGS INVESTMENTS DIRECT REDUCTION HOME LOANS G.I. LOANS TO VETERANS A SPECIALTY The Friendly ' ' Honie Folks ' ' ' ' Since 1914 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIO 102 W. Front Street Burlington, N. C. £m Burlington Coca-Cola Bottling Company Burlington, North Carolina MELVILLE DAIRY Products of that RICH JERSEY MILK Burlington, N. C. LEA TAXI SERVICE, Inc Phone 777 ' BEST TAXI SERVICE IN BURLINGTON " Compliments of Correct rime Inn • PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 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