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Show Hide text for 1947 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1947 volume: “ r r HsniHn ' ' oAt the foot of the mountains Is our College; proud she stands. y: Margaret Dellinger Editor Edvthe Berry Associate Editor (pMAJinjtm . . . Pflge Two JthsL 19lf7 dnchifL Published hy the Sophomore Class of GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE Boiling Springs, North Carolina Pa e Three FQREWDRD Time marches on! As the glamour of college days on the LI. S. S. Gardner- A ' ebb fades, it is the purpose of this edition of The Anchor to un -eil the true memories and happy ex- periences of our life aboard. Tilings received here will not cruiiihic with consuming time. They are eternal! New hori- zons beckon and wc go, taking with us much which cannot be forgotten. The officers have imparted to us truths which have helped to make our dreams become ultimate and noble realities. The congenial friendship of our fellow seamen, the encouraging spirit of the Commanding Ofhccrs, and the ideals of society fore er spur us on to the best. If life on board the LI. S. S. Gardner-Webb, as portrayed in this edition of The Anchor, helps to make one thought nobler, one memory sweeter, or one friendship dearer, we ha ' e accomplished our purpose. The Staff I.v ' ' K ' i r ' J _ . 1 : -1 jllgglll il DEDICATION We, the seamen first class of the LI. S. S. Gardner- ebb, salute our " Skipper ' ! Many have been guided by his faithful counsel, encouraged by his patient ad- vice, informed by his scholarship, and impressed with the efficient way in w hich he unostentatiously fills his position. Through his direction and encouragement we have been wisely instructed in our basic training. It is with profound respect and gratitude that we pause at our port of embarkation to dedicate this issue of The Anchor to Skipper Philip Lovin Elliott. Pflge Six Skipper Philip Lovin Elliott P«ge Seven IN MEMDHIAM To the men of Garduer-Wehh irho oave their lives in the service of our country in World War 11. ' Tis the memory of their sacrifices that moves us to add deeds to acquired knowledge, to add faith, virtue, patience, temperance, and love, " the soul of all the rest. " OLIVER MAXWELL GARDNER, SR. 1882-1947 Valuable Trustee, Christian Statesman, Philanthropist, World Citizen A Friend to Mankind Pa e Eight i - ■ iMi ' i :? - ---- :: t| nil III! II If III! II 11 II II nil 11 li I II li ADMINISTRATION " Bon Voyage " from Skipper Elliott " Parting is such sweet sorrow That I shall say good night till it he morrow. " For two years we have lingered here together seek- ing to adjust our loyalties and get our bearings for the journey which in many respects we must make alone. By the magic of this book we shall call you back often and live again many pleasant hours, and find in that experience strength and inspiration for greater achievements in the approaching days. Pa e Ehi ' en r » ' i James Orville Terrell, Chief Navigator (Dean of Instruction) Social Science Frances Austlne Cuthbertson, Officer of the Deck (Dean of Women) English Db. Robert Allen Dyer, Officer of the Deck (Dean of Men) Psychology _ i FIRST ROW: Leonard Ancel Allen, Supply Officer (Business Manager) Hubert Conrad Dixon, Ship ' s Clerk (Registrar) Alathematics Clyde Furman McAlister, Paymaster (Bursar) SECOND ROW: Carolyn Lamar Wray, Lihrariaji English WiLLARD Wyan Washburn, Physician Eunice Ann Highsmith, Registered Nurse Martha Faye McSwain, Commissary Officer (Dietitian) NAVIGATORS Thelma Agnes Amis Physical Education Mrs. Wade Black Home Economics ' ayne Bradburn P nsicn Education Mrs. Robert Gidney 1 ' oice James Young Hamrick English Mrs. James Dwvre Huggins Counselor James Lineberry Jenkins Religion mt NAVIGATORS Mrs. Joseph Suttle Wray Counselor LiLLA Ermine Watkins Commerce Paul John Stacy Natural Science Mrs. John Mark Pollock Romance Languages James Stephen Morrisett Bible Holt McPherson Journalism Abbie Catherine Miller Piano Peeking Through the Porthole Page Sixteen " i rr— UTTrnrB ii W ■■ H K l l K ' ' ' ' ' 1 K ' ' . L 4 ' ' l l K: ;v, , ■■ H B. ■ ' ' ' H B H Eli ji ' ii .-. - .v:.i i? i THE CREW _ _ _ CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Doris Hamrick Treasurer Jack Hoyle President Julia Price Secretary Dr. Robert Allen Dyer Faculty Adviser ' J! I Paoe Nineteen ,W -«• ' ' 0C-V SEAMEN FIRST CLASS SOPHOMORES Jervis Arledge ' " Pinky " Endowed nith inteUecl . . . tianquU . . . enthusiastic about chemistn ' . . . resourceful. A R L Socierv- 1, 2: Basketball I; Football Manaoer 2; Student Ckxemroent House Council 2: Chemistry Laboratory- Assistant 2; Dramatics Club 2; Monogram Club 2. Jeanne Beam Brunette beaut - . . . aenuinc good nature . . . outstandine abilities . . . destined to succeed. . R. L. Society I. 2; Marshal Club 1. 2; Marshal 2; Dramatics Club 1 ' ' : Choir I; May Court Maid of Honor 1; Pilot Statt I; V. . . A. 1. 2. Reporter 2: B. S. U. Council Second ice-President 2; Mental Hygiene Societ%- 2. John Beam Eyen inch a gentleman . . . " He ' s a wonder! Hes a dream! He ' s the captain of our team! Beam! Beam. Beam. K. K. L. Socien- 1. 2: Ministerial Band 1. 2: BasketbaU 1. Cap- tain 1; Baseball 1; Student Government Counal 2; Marshal CluD I, 2; Chi ef Marshal 2. WiLLLVNi Beam " Dub " Straight-shooting . . . ebony curls . specialty-— science . well informed war hero. R. L. Society 1. 2; I. R. C. I; BasketbaU 1, 2; BasebaU I; .Marshal Club 1; Marshal 2; Mental Hvgiene Soaet - 2. Quiet high esteem. Joe Belcher rcser -ed . . . ministerial student . . . held m Campbell College 1; Ministerial Band 2. Ed the Berry " Eoe " Witn . . . dependable . . . tireless worker . . . unassuming . . . diplomatic K. K. L. Society 1. 2; B. S. U. CouncU 2; . y. A Prcsidei " .2- Pilot Staff 1. 2: . ' CHOK Staff 2, .Associate Editor 2; Mmistenal Band 2; W. A. A. 2. Ruth Berry . neat . . . pleasing personality . . . , . " Ga rden of the Moon. " bocietv 1 " : B. S. U. Council 2. Sunday School Super- intendent ' ■ V . A. 1. 2. President 2; Choir 1; Freshman Class TiSlir rVSlarshal Club 2; .Marshal 2; Ministerial Band 1; PUol Suff 2; Dramatics Oub I. " Fine and fit " . popcorn enthusiast . K. K. L. Societ - 1. Louise Bingham White collar girl . . . likable disposition . - - Everett ' s dia- mond . . - pursues pre-wed course. K. K. L. Societ - 1. 2; W. A. A. 1. 2; AxcHOR Staff 2. Ann Blanton Navev ' s cousin . journalistic abilit -. K. K. L. Societ - 1; W. A. A 2; Pilot Staff 2. songbird . . . unique speech . - . 2: Ministerial Band 1; Band Margaret Blanton Quiet but fun . . . s veet peisonaliiv . . . hard to forget . . . ■■(•onna be a nuisc " a-, . -» K. K. L. SocietA I. 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Home Economics Oub 2. Page Twenty FIRST ROW: Eunice Borders Athletic t ' pe . . . fun loving . . . strawberry blontle . . . atlructive and popular. A. R. L. Society 1, 2, ' ice-President 2; Freshman Class Vice- President; B. S. U. Council i, Secretary 1; W. A. A. 1, 2, Secre- tary 2. Arnold Brown All around good guy friendly and courteous. " Brownie " . . enjoys feminine company A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Cheerleader 2; Band 2. D. L. BlIMGARNER , spirit of determination K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Sincere and hard working about his Father ' s business. Executive ability . . . . our Sir Calidore. Jim Caldwell . aspires to be a dentist trustworthy A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Student Government Council 2, Secretary 2; Freshman Class Secretary; Mental Hygiene Society 2, Secretary 2; Marshal Club 1, 2; Marshal 2; Baseball 1. SECOND ROW: Archie Chapman delights in antics . nice voice A born comedian idividualistic. K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Chuir 1, 2; Ministerial Band Nell Collins Tall and willowy . . . cheerful Mars Hill College 1 Janet Covington " Cracker " Red specks . . . unique combination of frankness and dry humor . . . " Pride and Prejudice " — " But Ma-ma, you know we don ' t flir-t-t-t. " A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Choir I, 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Pilot Staff 2; Home Eco- nomic Club 2. Joy Crapps little but not to be overlooked . neat and well-dressed . . . A Hickorv nut . willing, and able , Jenny Lind. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Choir 1, : Club 1; Pilot Staff 2; Marshal Club 2; B. S. LI. Choister 2; Sextette 1. . . ready, a potential ; Dramatics Council 2, Dan Camp Basketball star . . . family man . . . agreeable . . . gentle. Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2. Ann Davidson Dramatic ability plus . . . spunky . . . nightingale . . , loves radio and record plaver. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Choir 1; Pilot Staff 2, Associate Editor 2; Cheerleader 2; W. A. A. 2; Band 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2. Prtge Twenty-one SEAMEN FIRST CL ASS SOPHOMORES Lou Davis One of ■■ihem thar mountain gals " . . . contagious laugh . . . has printers " ink in her blood . . . always in favor of fun. A. R. L. Societ 1. 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Pilot Staff 1, 2, Editor 2; Sophomore Class Historian. Walter R. Davis " jErr " Obser ' ina person . . . precise . . . preacher . . . immacu- late in dress . . . distinguished gait . . . Wake Forest bound. K. K. L. Society ' 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Basketball 1. Margaret Dellinger olib-tongued curls " A " student . . . loves Greek . rain or shine . . . coffee drinker. K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Marshal Club 1, 2; Marshal 2; Choir 1. 2; Pilot Staff 1, Associate Editor 1; Anchor Staff 2, Editor 2; Student Government House Council 2; Ministerial Band I, 2; Secretary ' 1. Merle Dotson , . . Mr. Stacy ' s able biology lab assistant . . . . efficient. Society- 1. 2. President 2; Marshal Club 1, 2; Chief Marshal 2; Choir 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, Secretary 1; Cheerleader 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2, Vice-President 2; Biologv Lab Assistant Brilliant versatile . A. R. L. Jack Dover Southern drawl . . . easy-going . . . prospective big business man . . . radical for neatness . . . pink saddle shoes. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; Student Government 2; Baseball 1; Dra- matics Club 1. 2; May Day Escort 1; .-Vxchor Staff I, 2, Assistant Business lanager 1, Business Manager 2. RuBv Duckworth Dark hair . . . dark eyes . . . loving and beloved . . . missionar volunteer . . . determined . . . we predict success. K. K. L. Societ ' I, 2, Sec etar ' -Treasurer 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2. Wallace Early A modem Romeo . . . scientifically inclined . . . Mr. Stacy ' s right-hand man . . . peaceful smile. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; May Dav Escort 1; Marshal Club 2; Mar shal 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2, President 2; Biologv Lab Assis- tant 2. Sarah Farris " Termite " petite . . . reser ' ed but congenial . . . quite Studious 1 girl. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1. 2. Robert Fisher Sometimes jovial -some times solemn . . . efficient leader . . . his good nature has won the hearts of a host of Gardner AVebb friends. K. K. L. Society- 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2, President 2; Student Government Council 1; B. S. U. Council 2. Dorothy Fortenbury " Dot " Winsome personality - . ■ beautiful brown tresses . . . dim- ples ... a rare specimen of femininity . . . commercial student. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Anchor Staff 2; May Curt I P((oe Twenty-two " IRS r ROW: SECOND ROW: Robert Frye llni|uenchable spirit . . ■ li;ird wurker . . . proclaimer of Trulh. Ministerial Bund 1, 2. seriiuis mindeii Helyn Goode Great agility . . . well dressed. W. C. T. C. 1; W. A. A. 2. Mrs. Robert Frye Thouijhtful and sober . . typical preacher ' s wife . . . under- st;mdini; . . . soft-voiced. Grady Hamby Conscientious . . . speed demon . . . rumbling voice preacher . . . vociferous laugh. K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Pleasingly plump takes life as it is. Cora Lee Gantt " Porky " . . - likable . . . accommodating K. K. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2. George Gardner Always striving to do better . . . friendly smile of liumor . . . Bible scholar. Ministerial Band 1, 2. Carvus I Iames Wizard in law . . . blonde curls . . . fond of " figures " [)nna be a bookkeeper. A. R. L. Society 1 , 2; Student Government Council I AUDLEY I IaMRICK destined to attain the heights high aspirations . . . tenor Intellectual type . sparkling blue eves accommodating. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Choir 1 . 2; B. S. II. Council 2, Treasurer 2; Dramatics Club I; Ministeriid Biind 1. 3; Marshii) Club 2. Marshal 2. J. Morrison Gilbert Brainy ... a potential saw-bones . . . Peggy . . . double dose of niceness. K. K. L. Societv 1; I. R. C. 1; Mental Ilvgiene Society 2. Doris Hamrick Flaming personality as well as flaming hair . . . makes boys stop-lookTisten . , . our Paderewski . . . well liked. K. K. L. Society I, 2; Choir 1, 2, Accompanist 1, 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer, Pa e Tiventy-three .-.y SEAMEN FIRST CLASS SOPHOMORES Mary Lee Hardin ■■Ron " " Good Samaritan " . . . never a dull moment . . . pre-med . . . ambitious . . . Carson-Newman aspirant. K. K. L. Sodetv 1. 2; Mental Hvgiene Society 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Pilot Staff 2. Hazel Harrill " Twinkles " Always joUv ■ • • beautiful brown blinkers , . . lab techni- cian . . . well-stocked with fun. K. K. L. Socierv 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Helen Harris not easily worried Full of laughter . . . loves sports . . . enviable suntan. A. R. L. Society- 1, 2; W. A. A. 2. Eunice Highsmith Veisatile . . . masculine voice . . . official pill slinger . . . loves to sing— and does. K. K. L. Societv 1, 2; College Nurse L 2; Teacher of Hygiene 1; B. S. U. Council 2. First Vice-President 2; May Court 1. ViLLL M Hill ■■Hn-L Bo-Ly " ecclesiastical . . . influenrial ... a ioUy Handsome good fellow. Ministerial Band 1, 2. Jack Hoyle Evervbodv ' s friend . . . capable leader . . . handsome blond . . . Pepsodeni smile . . . prince of a fellow . . . pedagogue. A. R. L. Socierv 1, 2; Freshman Class Vice-President; Basketball I; Baseball 1; Pilot Staff 1; Chief Marshal 2; Sophomore Class President. Marjorie Hoyle Pleasing voice . . . vim and vigor . . . long sweeping lashes . . . trim. A. R. L. Societv 1. 2; Choir 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1; V. A. A. I, 2; Cheerleader 2. Amateur philosopher . . . not afraid of work. . rchie Hughes churchman . Ministerial Band 1, 2. Lansford Jolley " La ' ky " , serves mankind likable Songster . . . well rounded person matic ability . . . Scrooge. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; Basketball 1; Football 1; Choir 2. CoTHENIA JONES Embodiment of manv virtues . . . bonnv blue eves . . - faithful Christian . . . magnetic personalit - . . . musical con versa lion al tones. K. K. I- Societv 1. 2; Student Government House Council 2, House President: B. S. U. Council 1, 2. Pianist 1. Third Vice President 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2, PianUt 1. 2; Freshman Class President. Page Twenty-four FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: DupRE Lancaster Dependable . , . always on hand at meal time . . . dead-pan expressions . . . artist . . . expert G. W. photographer . . . acme of patience. K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Choir I. 2; B. S. U. Council 2, Publicity Director 2; Ministerial Band 2; Anchor Staff 1, 2, Art Editor 1, Art Editor and Photographer 2. Ruth Luther Graceful . . . attractive . . . radiates happiness . stancy and sweet nature. K. K. L. Society 1. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Catherine Ledbetter Big-hearted . . . earnestness of purpose . . . good-natured . . success assured. A. R. L. Society I, 2, Choir 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2. Martha McClure Charmingly chubby , mighty sweet girl. undemonstrative Maynard Ledford Worker of merit . . . respected and admired . . . manly qualities . . . radiant personality . . . specialty— science. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 2. WoFFORD Martin Smart when he applies himself . . . compatible shy . . . easy-going, A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Basketball 2. . slightly Philip Lee Cherub-like , , , genial . . . seldom heard but nice to be seen ... a bright future forecast. A. R. L. Society 1, 2. Orea Mauney Indescribable facial expressions ... a quiet dignity diligent in study . . . musical ability. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Choir 1; Dramatics Club Clyde Luther Popular assistant pastor . . . brainy and brawny . . . efficient sportsman . . . spotless character. K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Baseball 1; Foot- ball 2; Monogram Club 2. Rowene Morgan Student Government chief . . . disciple of Gregg . . . leader- ship abilities . . . praise-worthy. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Student Government 1, 2, President 2; Anchor Staff 2; W. A. A. 2. Pas e Tu ' eHfy-five SEAMEN FIRST CLASS SOPHOMORES Joseph Moss " Joe " Voices his opinion . . . songster that people enjov hearino . . . hislorv ' major , . . Bettv. Baseball 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Student Government Council 2. Glenn Parris Handsome . . . slrikinoly beautiful eves . . . real unassumino. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; May Court Escort Betty Lee Peeler In love mth a t -pe vriter . . . conscientious student lofrv ideals . . . office worker. A. R. L. Society 1, 2: Pilot Staff 2; W. A. A. I. 2. |iiLL Price " JUDV " .Athletic . . . energetic ... a blonde that is not synthetic . . . oay. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Choir 1; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Sophomore Class Secretary. Joseph Puette Impersonator de luxe . . . Uncle Ned . . . capable and in- fluential , . . steadying hand and understanding heart. K. K. L. Society 1. 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2. Vice President 1. Ernestine Putnam Exemplifies Christian spirit . . . considerate of others . . . befriending . . . loves a soldier. K. K. L. SocieU ' 1. 2; W. A. A. Representative 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2; Student Government House Council 2. Charles Robertson " CH. RI,rE " A typical dandy . . . good all-around fellow . . . spontaneous r a bit shy. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; Baseball 1. Kathleen Robinson Hall monitor . . . twin . . . blonde hair and brown eyes . . . vivacious . . . vocalist. K. K. L. Society 1; A. R. L. Society 2; Choir 1. 2; W. A. A. I, 2: Student Government House Council 1. 2. Elsie Rollins Commercial student . . . reserved . . . busy as a bee willing and dependable . . . private secretan,-. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1. 2. Jay Rotan Prowess in sports . . . sane and level headed. Appalachian State Teachers ' College 1; Basketball 2; Baseball Paoe Tuenty six FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: Diminutive face . . . populai A. R. L. Society 1 Choir 2. Janie Runyan . stenooraphicallv inclined Dramatics Club . . sweet, dimpled 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Thomas Sheppard " Buddy " Good mixer . . . walks straight and narrmv . . , 2;em € f rare value . . . sterlini; qualities. K. K. L. Society 1, 2, Vice-President 1; Ministerial Band 1, 2. President I ; Student Government Council 1 , 2, House President 1; Marshal Club 2; Marshal 2; Baseball 2. Max Ruppe Baby face yet he ' s athletic . . . Tiny Tim in Dickens ' " Christ- mas Carol " . . . going into legal profession , . . unfeigned sincerity. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; May Court Escort 1; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Dramatics Club 2. Virginia Sikes " Gin " " Miss Shelby " . . . comely . . . pretly tresses inquisitive eyes . . . coquettish smile. Coker College 1; W. A. A. 2. bright Jean Sanders Jeannie with dark brown hair . . . studious . . . athlet . . , Chesnee. A. R. L. Society 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Cho 1. 2. David Snipes Gallant . . . gift of gab . . knows all the answers. now say " Ah " A. R. L. Society 1. 2; Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 1; Pilot Staff 1; Dramatics Club I, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. James Scruggs Outstanding and " upstanding " natural. blond giant , Western Carolina Teachers ' College 1; Western Carolina Players I; Marshal Club 1; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1; Baseball 2; Dra- matics Club 2. Dorothy Spangler " Dot " Gymnast ... a small package . . . lots of dates . . . physical education major . . . sweet simplicity, A. R. L. Society 1, 2; Cheerleader 1. 2; Pilot StalT 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Marshal Club 2; Marshal 2; May Court 1; Student Government Legislature 2, Vice-President 2; Dramatics Club 2. Ruby Scruggs One of the sweetest . . . always neat . . . pensive sedate ... a confidante. K. K. L. Society I, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Lillian Spangler " Much ado about everything " . , . ever-ready smile people like her . . . agile fingered typist. A. R. L. Society 1. 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Pilot Staff 2. Pa e Twenty-seven ■ SEAMEN FIRST CLASS SOPHOMORES Mabel Sperling ' ■A thing o£ beauty " ... a musician . . . industrious . . . a schoolmistress in the making. A. R. L. Society 1. 2, Treasurer 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Pilot Staff 1. 2; B. S. U. Council 2, Pianist 2. Artistically inclined liked. James Starnes . . . chubby . . , studious . . . well- Modest maid . . . bangs . . . neat attire, Louise Towery , low, soft voice . . . " Lord Faunlleroy " A. R. L. Society 1. 2; W. A. A. 1, 2. Felix Wagner . Northern accent and throaty- voice . polished speaker . . . splendid student Clergyman . good looking . Spencer Baptist. K. K. L. Society I, 2, President 2; Ministerial Band 1 President 2; Sophomore Class Vice-President. Hazel Walker B, S. U. Scribe . . . unhurried speech . . liked by ever body, K. K. L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; W. A. A. 2; B. S. II. Council 2, Secretary- 2; Student Goyemment House Council 2. country gal SuTHELL Walker Full of witticisms . . . assistant dietitian . . . Johnny ' s sister . . . alto . . . headed for Carson-Newman. K. K. L. Society I, 2; Choir 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2; Student Goyemment Legislature . Light-hearted and content sports , , , Betty ' s man. . . R. L. Society 1, 2; Basketball Club 2. Eugene W ashburn gentlemanly . . likes 2; Football 2; Monogram Jeanne Wells English major . . . tactful friendly Keen-minded . . . . , good natured. K. K. L. Society 1; A. R. L. Society 2; Choir 1, 2; V. A. A. 1; Pilot Staft 1. Frances Williams Hardworking but takes time out for fun . . . B. S. U. captain . . . loves jokes . . . assumes rustic brogue. K. K. L. Society 1. 2; Ministerial Band 1. 2; W. A. A. 2; B. S. U. Council 2. President 2; Choir 1. 2. W. D. Williamson Thoroughiv conscientious ... fat and full of fun . . . pure in conduct . . . worthy of emulation. Ministerial Band 1 , 2. Mavine Wright Smooth and pleasant in manner . . . peaches and crean plexion . . . sylph-like . . . trustworthy. K. K. L. Society 1. 2; W. A. A. 1, 2. Fa e Txveutyeig ht THE LDG It was the eighth day of September, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-five, that two hundred new seamen boarded the good ship, the U. S. S. Gardner-Webb, to begin an educational ' oyage over the seas of " College Life. The first week was devoted to curing the terrible malady, sea- sickness, which the green seamen fought desperately to overcome. The seasoned sailors and the officers of the noble ship directed " Kram Kollege " sessions and entertained us with a circus in the ship ' s gym. On the seventeenth day of September, after a week of becoming accustomed to our ship and our superior officers and seamen, we found ourselves in line registering for the voyage ahead of us. The ship dropped anchor Hallowe ' en night while seamen, new and old, strolled hand in hand with the gh osts and goblins and drank the witches ' brew. Thanksgiving brought dreams of turkey, pumpkin pies, and a trip home. The ship ' s officers ga ' e a formal dinner for the crew whose dream of " turkey and all the trimmings " came true. The following day all seamen were given four days of liberty. Christmas was celebrated by the crew with a formal dinner and a visit from Santa Claus. On the twenty-first day of December, the ship docked; all seamen were granted a ten-day leave, to return on the first day of January in the New Year, nineteen hundred and forty-six. To begin the New Year and the continued ' oyagc right the dramatics class presented " Garden of The Moon, " a play full of moonlight and romance. The ship took us " South " on the twenty-second of March where we freshmen sought to show to our beloved and honored sopho- mores, a bit of our love and gratitude with a banquet, in the spirit of the " Old South. " Yes, never can we forget our private carriages. Southern belles, nosegays, hats, canes, silhouetted ladies and gents of the gay nineties, cakes on antique stands, and the old spinning wheel. ' Twas the " End of a Perfect Day " to see " Thrill of a Ro- mance " in the E. B. Hamrick auditorium. Mav brought to the ship a breath of spring with the perfume of the flowers drifting to us from the shores. The crown of Mav was placed upon the head of Dorothy Franklin, who was attended by Jeanne Beam as Maid of Honor. Picture hats, rainbow colors, ribbons and lace filled the air and mingled with the fragrance of the Magnolia blossoms. Pn e Tweiitv-itjne THE LOG zAs the voyage came to a temporary close we watched our upper- seamen recei -e their jus tly earned diplomas and with misty eyes we saw them leuve the good ship for " Ports unknown. On the eighteenth day of September in the year nineteen hun- dred and forty-six, after a summer of fun and frolic in home ports, the ship began preparation for another voyage. With eager hearts we greeted old seamen and with memories of our first days and weeks of a past ' oyage we awaited the arri al of the new seamen. The first half of this voyage was de oted to much hard worl: with varied forms of festivities . . . parties, teas, receptions, and a formal Thanksgi " ing dinner. " alking in a Winter Wonderland ... Christmas was ne.ir and its spirit was caught up in the hearts and minds of all of us. Full of wild anticipation, we found oursebes gathered about a Christ- mas tree. Snip, snip, went the ribbons which bound our gifts! Carols were sung and we climbed into our bunks with dreams of Mom ' s plum pudding and chocolate cake. " W onderful party, wonderful games, wonderful unanimity! The new year, nineteen hundred and forty-se en, brought us back to the ship with refreshed minds and spirits to resume our voyage. Wave followed wave and the ship sailed on across the great sea, dropping anchor or drifting into port now and then for fuel and supplies. Spring brought the ship near the end of the voyage vith each day full of memorable events. The aged of today rehearse the scenes of their youth; so shall we rehearse the memories of our voyage. We haunted the familiar decks of our beloved ship for the last time; we realized that our oyage on the U. S. S. Gardner-Webb had given us the knowledge and courage to sail higher and rougher seas in the course ahead. W e, seamen of nineteen hundred and forty-seven, go forth with the determination to prove to the world that the U. S. S. Gardner- Webb is one of the best ships that ever sailed the seas. New seamen will walk your deck, dear ship, New waters will he your course. But no matter how rough the tide mar he Sail on with all your force! Sail on, oh nohle ship, sail on! Pa e Thirty .v J . f- K In 1 I i iiii i I « i 1 1 1 1 THIRD CLASS PETTY OFFICERS FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Kenneth Snyder Treasurer Elizabeth Hutchins Secretary Mrs. Wade Black Faculty Adviser Lois Snyder Vice-President James Kirby President Pa e Thirty-one Seamen Second Class CI .ft CS ft. ( FRESHMEN Bette Adams Carl Allen Hazel Allen Elsie Ballsieper Charles Bankhead Wade Black Dorothy Bostic Gene Branton Bettie Brickhouse Marjorie Bridges Jack Brown Frances Campbell EiiLA Carver Marcelle Cash Elois Chappell Louise Clodfelter Paul Comer Thomas Cooper Clyde Crotts Jimmy Crowder Rafael Dieppa-Rivera Joseph Edmonds Joel Ellington Edith Elliott Seamen Second Class FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: Samuel Freeman Bonnie Jean Gibson Helen Goodwin Frances Gorman Dewey Greene Shirley Griffin SECOND ROW: Gordon Griggs Claxton Hall R. N. FIardin Betty High Clyde High Joe Dean Hodge THIRD ROW; Elizabeth 1 Iutchins Guy Hutchins Rachel Jenkins Ray Kaylor John Kinnaman James Kirby FOUR ' FH ROW: Rebecca Kirby Elizabeth Lane Maude Largen James Ledford John Long O. S. Long Pa c Thirty-three Seamen Second Class FRESHMEN Emmett Lookadoo Zeb Lowery Marie S. McGinnis Margaret McKinney James McMahan BOBO McMuRRAY John Moore George Morefield Dorothy Morris 2Jm Margaret Morris loHN Mosteller Robert Norville Jean Oliver Oscar Padgett Loretta Phillips Dorothy Poston Mel tn Proctor Paul Ramsey. Jr. Elverne Redding ! Iarrv Robinson Clyde Rhyne Audrey Smith Richard Snipes Kenneth Snyder Seanien Second Class I-RESIIMHiN FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: Lois Snyder Reeves Walker Doris Spencer Ruth Warlick Douglas Stallings Marjorie Weathers Edith Steele Carmel Wellmon Faye Tunmire JuANiTA Williams John Walker Paul Willis THIRD ROW: FOURTH ROW: Margie Wilson Eugene Cole Charles Anderson L. Glenn Cox Maynard Austell Fred Crisp Hershal Beam J. C. Eller Joe Bridges Jack Elliott J. D. COGGIN Claude Garren 4 j -jl U 1 i . o, C , C% k .f ' . o Paf e Thirty-five a. - e , a ' D D O S D ft Seamen Second Class IRESHMEX Billy Gibbons Vernon Green Robert Grigg, Jr- Ollie Hammond Joe Hawkins Hubert Hutcherson Charles Kavlor John Kirkpatrick Glen Ledford Alfred Lineberger A ' n.LiAM MacEntire Walter McDaniel Judson McGinnis HUCHEY McMaNUS Fred Mayse. Jr. William Mlntz Gordon Mode Hugh Monteith. Jr. David Morris Louis Xanney Joseph Xanney. Jr. James Xa " EV Page Xorris Keith Price Seamen Second Class FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: ALMA MATER Newell Price Lawrence Ramsey At the foot of the mountains Reese Roark, Jr. Is our College; proud she stands, Serving all who want her service. Don Roberts Blessing all with outstretched hands. Ambrose Sinc.ley Alma Mater! Alma Mater! We sing our love to thee! We pledge our hearts in deep devotion Our love, our faith eternally. SECOND ROW: In our hearts we enthrone thee, — Pav thee homage far and wide, Marion Sullivan Offer sacrificial service to thee, John Thomas Our school, our jov, our pride; Garland Tolbert Alma Mater! Alma Mater! We sing our love to thee. John Wall And pray that we with deep affection C. Rav arborough May work, may ser ' e eternally- p A O. O (f €5 f . f o , Pfl e y]urXy-i.even APPRENTICE SEAMEN SPECIAL AND PREPARATORY STUDEN IS f B h E ] M Gertrude Allen Ellen Belcher T. Edgar Bishop Mrs. C. B. Bobbitt Edward Causby Paul Crawford Hubert Finley Mrs. Robert Fisher Finley Fox Mrs. E. O. Gore Clyde Jenkins RuFus Johnson Kenneth Archer Harvey Baughan Mack Burgin E. O. Gore Harry Ramsey O. B. Williams Page Thirty-ei ht SEAMEN WITH NO PHOTOGRAPH Lewis Barnes Rae Barnes Eugene Black Cecil Bolick William Brooks Roy Brown Thomas Brown Fred Bryant Keith Buckner Lonis Burke Edward Campbell Rosalie Carlisle Elmer Carter Jack B. Clarke M. A. Conrad Jane Cooke William Costner Calvin Crowe James Dedmond Mary Ruth Dedmon Kathaleen Dickey T. G. Downs Mrs. T. G. Downs Crawford Earls Glenn Felmet James Fitch Aaron Fletcher Henry Gheen Dan Gold George W. Gold Paul Gordon Benjamin Green Irvin Greene Billy Grigg Lewis Hancock Robert Lee Hardin A. E. Harper Charles Harris Helen Henderson Billy ' Henson Carl Henson Joe Henson Thomas Hicks Samuel Hill Mrs. W. C. Hill Calvin Hopper IvA HoY ' LE Mrs. A. C. Hughes John Jackson Winston Jobe L. M. Johnston, Jr. Billy Jolley Troy Jolley Edith Jones NoRRis Jones Thomas Keeter, Jr. C. J. Kendrick John Kendrick Olin Kendrick Alex Knight Jasper Lalighlin, Jr. John E. Lee R. H. Lineberger Mrs. R. H. Lineberger Worth Long Linda Lee Lovelace William B. McAbee Charles McBrayer William McBrayer John McClure, Jr. Jack McCraw LOYD McCuRRY Thomas J. McGraw Plato McKee Addison McKeown, Jr. Alvin McKeown Carl McKinney Charles Mack, Jr. Jack Magness Thomas Mangus John Martin Elizabeth Matheson WiLLARD R. Metcalfe Woodrow Monroe Charles Monteith Robert Moore Hligh R. Morehead Mrs. David N. Morris L. H. Morton Harold Mott Mary Myers Ervin Neal Billy Norris J. M. NORVILLE Thomas H. Osborne Earl Oxford Howard Phillips Darcus Piercy Rufus Plonk, Jr. Jack Price Alvin Putnam Carolyn Quinn Carroll Raines Jack Joe Reynolds Arthur Robertson William E. Robinson Josephine Sanders Charles Shaw Gene Shell Alvin Sherlin William J. Sherrill Edward E. Silvers Clemon Smith Joseph Smith Earl Spangler W. A. Spangler, Jr. Don Splawn Yates Spurlin Samuel Stevenson Roy Stockton, Jr. Jack Suggs Gene Summey ' Clyde H. Swann Joe Swing James Swinson Mrs. James Swinson Harry Teele Clyde Tomblin Dewey Toney ' James G. Twiggs Floyd Walker Grady E. Walker Frank M. Wall Charles Warlick, Jr. Billy Washblirn Gaines Washburn Janie Watkins Joe Watkins Roy Webb, Jr. Charles Weedon Merl Wentz W. B. Whisnant Harvey White Fred Whitener Yates Williams Roger Wilson Milton E. Windham Jimmy Lee Woods Coleman Worley ' George Wright J. D. Wyatt Emerson M. Yelton Pa e Thirly-uhie " Seen Through Our Field Specks " Page Forty Pa e Forty-one ACTIVITIES. , I CHAPLAIN ' S ASSISTANTS September 16!!! Scores of wayworn sailors awaited orders to board the LI. S. S. Gardner-Webb! A pleasant task for the Baptist Student Union— the orientation of new faces aboard this mighty ship. Veteran Sophomores, heroes of many 1945-46 Freshman battles, gladly volunteered for service. With hands and arms full of baggage Baptist Student Unioners marched gaily up and down stairs to show bewildered Freshmen that the word uppermost in their minds was " Others. " Memorable is that night when we all became birds and were enabled to " sing like the birdies sing. " Those of us who had inhabited this happy ship enthusiastically recommended this warm hospitable climate to the new comers. We also remember that to conclude Freshmen week, we Chaplain ' s Assistants took our new friends to view a talent parade. What fun and hilaritv! Then came classes but they were perforated with such events as the Baptist Student Convention at Durham, the formal Thanksgiving dinner, the venture into the frosty air at Christmastide to sing carols, and the Spring Retreat . Also there were weeks of more lasting value such as Religious Emphasis, Vocational Emphasis and Student Evangelistic which featured manv outstanding speakers. With the help of the Master, surelv the Baptist Student Union " has run with patience the race that was set before them. " Pa e Forty-three SUMMARY COURT Democracy is in action on the LI. S. S. Gardner- Webb, because here there is train- inp " of the seamen, b the seamen, .inci h)r tlie seamen. " No one is left out-every person becomes a member of this crew when he boards the shi]i. The machinery of the seamen is kept clickinu under adverse circumstances by the Summary Court. It is the job of the |urv of the Court Marshal to render justice to those who have not lived up to the trainiiit; uhich the liaxe underoone. The Summary Court always recouni es and respects the guidance offered them by the navigators. For ' the clear thinking and th» understanding seamen, the Summary Court is the ideal service. Page Forty four THE ANCHOR Mr. Allen, do you want to know who is responsible for the big electric bill? Perhaps it is Margaret Dellinger, skipper of The Anchor. The skipper and her mates, Edythe Berry, associate editor; Dupre Lancaster, photographer; and Jack R. Dover, business manager, have consumed an enormous amount of post midnight oil in an eflfort to meet the deadline! The Anchor is a graphic portrayal of our " Alma Mater. " It is not a history filled with dry dates and statistics— it is a vital, personal, moving picture of G. W., of us. Years later it will bring back pleasant memories. " Lefty " McClure will look at the sports page and remember the time he struck out the awesome " Black Jack " Harris. Janie Runyan will peek herein and recall one of her numerous beaus. The alumni will meet and someone will appear with a copy of The Anchor edited in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven— " Do you remember when . . .? Ah, how well I do remember!!! " The members of The Anchor staff are sincerely grateful to Miss Frances Cuthbert- son, who has acted in the capacity of adviser. We are also indebted to David Snipes, Jov Crapps, Dorothy Spangler, Harry Robinson, Ann Davidson, Merle Dotson, Wallace Early, Rowene Morgan, Frances Williams, Felix Wagner, James Nave) ' , and Jack Hoyle for their various contributions. Paiie Forty-five ■ik. " MviA ' r« " ...V- ' . ' . THE PILOT U ' hy is that group nf students crowded around the office? No, it isn ' t a nylon sale or a sugar sale, nor is it report card dav. They are waiting for the Pilot to be released! The ' want to know who Bob ' s latest flame is. or who has scored the most touch-downs, or when does basketball season start, or what the faculty has been doing. " You can ne cr tell the depth of a well by the length of the pump handle. " Certainlv. one cannot tell bv looking at the Pilot just how much work, planning, and sweating go into an issue of it! Lou Davis, chief bos ' n of the Pilot this year, has been ably assisted by Ann Davidson, associate editor; Ann Blanton, news editor; Joy Crapps. feature editor; Harrv " Blue " Robinson and " Dot " Spangler. sports writers; and ]. D. Coggins and ]. W. Edmonds, circulation managers. Mr. Clyde Mc.Alistcr has very capablv scned as facultv ad iser. Also Mr. Holt McPherson. journalism professor, has gi en valuable assistance. Page forty-six THE LDG " Have you a catalog? " is perhaps the one question that is asked as often on our campus as " Buddy, what ' s the time? " The sailors on " ve ole shippe ' Gardner-Webb are constantly in need of information con- cerning the courses of study, the expenses, the calendar of events, and the scholarships and other financial aids offered. The " Log " stands ready yith just such information. It also contains valuable data relative to the faculty, the history, the purpose of the school, the board of trustees, and the social and religious life on our campus. It is a contract between the pupil and the school, , . . a record of the ship ' s past course and its future course. " PDRTHOLE " This handy little booklet serves as a channel guide through the rocky shoals of first and second week bewilderment, nos- talgia, and loneliness. It answers your many questions like, " What shall I wear? Where shall I report? What are the social activi- ties? What are the college traditions and customs? " It is a good thing to have around the night before the dreaded " Porthole " exami- nation— " We the students of Gardner- Webb College, in order to afford our- selves, . . . " —brother, you better know the constitution verbatum! Laurels to the student Government for their thoughtfulness and consideration in producing the " Porthole! " Page Forty-seven Leadership Scholarship Character Service Merle Dotson |oHN Beam CHIEF MARSHALS Page Voriy-ei ii Margaret Dellincer Thomas Sheppard Jeanne Beam MARSHALS Ruth Berry AUDLEY HaMRICK Dorothy Spangler Wallace Early Joy Crapps Paj e porty-nine Pagfi Fifty Athenian-Hhamsaeur Literary Society Mabel Sperling Treasurer AuDLEY Hamrick Secretary Merle Dotson President Joy Crapps Program Chairman Eunice Borders Vice-Presidetit Rhamsaeur, dear Rhamsaeur, in accent of praise, We sing oF thy spirit, honor, and truth. We love thee and e er to thee we will raise Gladsome songs of truth. Rhamsaeur, dear Rhamsaeur, in thee do we find True beaut ' of wisdom, powers, and mind, We serve thee with hearts and we serve thee with might, Always in the right. Pa e Fifty-one Ernestine Putnam Representative Archie Chapman ' ice-President Ruby Duckworth Secretary-Treasurer Felix Wagner President Kalagathian-Ealliergeonian Literary Society Pa e Fifty-two J3r. Lloyd Thompson Mental Hygiene Society Wallace Early Presidettt Merle Dotson Vice-President Jim Caldwell Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Robert A. Dyer Faculty Adviser InFormati ' e . . . uplifting . . . cooperative. " To work for the conservation of mental health ... to secure and disseminate reliable information ... to work with any local agencies whose work is related to that of the Society for Mental Hygiene. " Pci e fiftythr DUH BLUEJACKET CHOIR Itinerary for 1946-47; churches and associations in Cleveland, Rutherford and Gaston counties . . . Baptist State Convention in " the land of the sky " . . . Aboard ship: Christmas concert . . . Spring concert . . . Maytime melodies . . . commencement. All of these were directed hv efficient Navigator Morrisett. " And the hours were filled with music And the cares that infested the way Folded their tents like the Arabs And as silently sped away. " I Pfl e Fijlyjniir ORGAN RECITAL PIAND RECITAL Paoe Fifty-five " ND BEEFING ' BOUT THE CHDW, PLEASE " No, for the Home Economics Club is aboard! With the capable leadership of Navi- gator Black and the help of the officers-Bonnie Jean Gibson, president; Jane Cook, vice-president; and Bette Adams, secretary-treasurer-the year ' s course was charted. The voyage brought these mates interesting information and ' aluable experience on how to plan color schemes, cover furniture, plan, decorate, and act as hostess at formal dinners, and other knowledge useful in homemaking or home economic careers. The club ' s membership was not restricted to home economic students only; anv Wave interested in that rating might sign up and serve in the cook ' s galley, the scuUey, and as the ship ' s tailor. Pa e Fifty-six " Butch " ATHLETICS Paoe Fifty-seven NAVIGATOR CHARLES WAYNE BRADBLIRN When the U. S. S. Gardner-Webb steamed from port in September, to go on an extended cruise of nine months dut - in the field oF educational exploration, we had a new Ath- letic Officer aboard. He is Charles Wayne Bradburn, and was transferred to our ship from a training station, the University " of Tennessee. Mr. Bradburn has an e.xcellent record, and has taken over his duties in a most efficient regulation manner. We are happv to serve under an officr of his caliber, for he has proved himself to be a well-liked and capable officer, strict when on dutv and personable when off. I low delightful is a cruise with him aboard! NAVIGATOR THELMA AGNES AMIS A popular officer aboard the LI. S. S. Gard- ner-Webb is Miss Thelma Amis, a graduate of the Uni ersit ' of Tennessee. Her phvsigal fitness program and classes in personal hvgiene are responsible for keeping manv feminine seamen out of " sick bay. " She has arranged and directed numerous intra- mural sports. Never shall we forget that gala Mav Davl Paoe Fifty eioht L.. . " BULLDOGS " 194B FDDTBALL SEASON At various times on our cruise the ship pulled into port to take on supplies and to Furnish the crew members a little relaxation and recreation. The " Bulldogs " , our ship ' s Football team, challenged the teams oF many other ships while we were docked and came Forth victorious in many ways! The final score was not always in Favor oF the " Bulldogs " , but the sportsmanship, teamwork, and will to win made our team superlative! FiFteen rahs For the " Bulldogs " and capable Coach Bradburn!!! 1946 SCHEDULE September 27 Gardner -Webb October 3 Gardner-Webb 7 October 12 Gardner- Webb 6 October 17 Gardner-Webb October 25 Gardner-Webb 13 November 1 Gardner- Webb November 7 Gardner-Webb November 16 Gardner-Webb 13 November 28 Gardner-Webb 46 " For when the great Scorer comes to write against y He writes not that yon have won or lost—But how you hai e played the game. " —Anonymous Lees-McRae W. C. T. C. " B " Mars Hill 21 W. C. T. C. " B " 26 Edward Militarv Institute 13 Brevard 35 Catawba " B " 13 Presbyterian Junior College .... 19 Pembroke 6 yojir name. Pa e Fifty-nine K5 4 M Kl £1 ■n f i ' ' ( », . i g i3l BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FDR 1946-47 December 7 Cramcrton There January 31 Spartanburo Here December 12 Stanley Here February 1 Belmont Abbey There December 14 Cramerton Here February 4 Mars Hill Here December 16 Belmont Abbey Here February 5 Spartanburg There January 6 Winoate There February 7 Breyard Here January 9 Biltmore There February 12 Lees-McRae Here January 18 Lees-McRae There February 14 Wingate Here January 22 Biltmore Here February 15 Oak Ridoe Here January 23 Stanley There February 18 Mars Hill There January 25 Breyard There February 25 Pfeiffer Here January 29 Pfeiffer There February 26 Oak Ridge There P«5e Sixty-one BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1947 April 8 April II April 15 April 16 April 18 April 22 April 23 April 25 April 29 May 1 May 3 May 6 May 9 May 11 May 13 May 16 May 18 May 20 Spartanburg Here Wingate Here Open Open Oak Ridge Here Open Open Belmont Abbey There Pfeiffer Here Breyard Here Open Spartanburg There Wingate There Open Belmont Abbey Here Breyard There Open Pfeiffer There Pa e Sixty three W. A. A A favorite phase of the physical fitness program on the U. S. S. Gardner-Webb is the Woman ' s Athletic Association. The Waves on the ship believe that their duties on board require phvsically fit bodies. In order to keep ship-shape and trim the Waves, throughout the voyage, under the direction of Navigator Amis, have participated in various intramural sports. The keen interest with which the feminine seamen engaged in vollev ball, basket- ball, archerv, horseshoes, ping-pong, tennis, and promenades on deck proves their belief in the philosophy of Walter Ascham, " . . . that learning should alwavs be mingled with honest mirth and comelv exercise. " I Pa e Sixty-four Physical Training Aboard Dur Ship " Fall out for ' hajjpy hour ' was the cry. And when we heard it, we thought we ' d die; They said these calisthenics were supposed to huild us, But we thouoht they nearly killed us. " The regulations of our ship state that all hands must take part in a physical fitness program. Games of basketball, voUevball, and tag football are the most popular sports on our program. We also have badminton, shuffleboard, horseshoes, tennis, and many other sports. Too, we couldn ' t forget calisthenics! These exercises play a major role in our efforts to keep physically fit; they are good for us even though we enjoy sports more. Coach C, W. Bradburn is the athletic officer for the men aboard, and Miss Thelma Amis has charge of the Grable-bodied seamen. These two officers really " put us through the mill " — REWARD ... a knowledge that we ' re " fine and fit. " Pa e Sixty-five UNCOVER TD.. PIff o h 4] 41 Frances Williams Pflqe Sixty-ei ht John Beam Dorothy Spangler Jack Hoyle Paoe Sixty-nine W. B. Beam RowENE Morgan Page Seveiitr Page Seventy-one MUSTER LIST Adams. Bette n ,o .- ,- -, „ Allen rarl " ' " " ' ' Kdnnapol , N. C. Allei;: " cSlnude- iouise ' •.■.■.■.•.-. ' " = ' " ° ' ' ' ' " «•■• SP ale. N. C. Allen. Hazel Jonnelle ' . F , ' r°„ ' ?• ■ Anderson. 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Hancock, Lewis E • • ■ • R " " ' ' ;, S.ler City, N. Hardin, Marv Lee Bo» I ' ' ' j Y ' f ' Tl " ' S ' Hardin. Newton R. N , . ., . .-. . . -. " » ' :•,?■ Spindale, N. Hardin. Robert L « " ( " S Springs, N. Harper, A. E Boiling Springs, N. Hariill, Hazel Box 33 Bostic, N. Harris, Charles H • • • ■ ■ •v " -cf ' iK! ' S ' Harris, Helen • -«?. " " ■ -, ' t " ? ' S ' Hawkins. Joe W R " " " 2, Kings Mountain, N Henson, Billy • • ■ ■ ■ F? ' " ' S ' J ' " ' H ' Henderson, Helen • •,■ Rou ' e ' • Shelby, N. Henson, Carl R 219 Clav St Forest City, N. Henson, Joseph H Box 327, Rutherfordton, N. Hicks, Thomas R 514 W. Main St., Forest City, N High, Betty Bo " " ' • D " ' ' - J - Hlgh;n!i ; ' ' Euni« ' ;;;;:;;;;;;;::::::::::::::::■ :: :: ' . .-:-:-ii8 ' E. oiiock:ivij; n; Hill, Samuel N ■,.■ ............ -Cliffside, N. Hill William C Victory Station. Gastonia, IN. HilL Mrs. W. C. .■. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .■ Victory, Station Gastonia, N. Hodge, Joe D Ro " e I. Box 227, Gaffney, S. Hopper, Calvin C Bo " " ' ' ■ Forest City, N, Hoyle, Iva Casar, N, Hoyle, Marjorie , ' ' iu ' ,T ' S ' Hovle, Jackson S i ■ Route L Shelby. N. Hughes, ' Archie C R " " " 2 t enboro, N. Hughes, Mrs. Archie C • • • • ■ • • ■ R° " " 2, Ellenboro, N. Hutcherson, Hubert A ' ? ' . , ' ? ' ' i ' ' ° " ;,S ' - gastonia, N. Hutchins, Elizabeth - ■,■ ' T? " ' - Wmston-Sa em, N. Hutchins Guv Polo R -- Route 1, Winston Salem, N, Jackson, John A. ' ' . ' . ' . ' .■ R°o ' - }• Carthage, N. Jenkins, Clvde W ,•,• ■ • • ■ ■ R " " ' " ; L Lawndale, N Jenkins, Rachel 512V4 West 2nd Ave Gastonia, N. lobe, Winston T 619 E. Mam St.. Forest City, N. Johnson, Rufus ■„■■„■ V ;;■■•• o ' ' o? Jl ' ' t5 ' Johnston, L. M 819 E. Manon St., Shelby, N. Jollev, Billv ■■■■ ■ -Cliffside, N. Jolley, Marion L ■ .. Boiling Springs, N. Jolley, Troy E Box 161, Ellenboro, N . Jones, ' Cothenla Box 1 7, Caroleen, N, Jones, Edith H " " ™ ' " ' S ' Jones, Norris 107 Bowman St., Shelby, N. Kaylor, Ray A 205 S. Highland St., Gastonia, N. Kaylor Charles R 205 S. Highland St.. Gastonia, N, Keeter, ' Thomas E Rutherfordton, N. Kendrick, Clarence J • ■ • • ■ .Laltimore, N. Kendrick, John M 107 E. Ave ., Shelby, N. Kendrick, Olin Forest City, N. Kinnaman, John P kemersville, N. Kirbv, James M ■■■•.■ -Piifokt, S. Kirby. Rebecca Granite Falls, N. Kirkpatrick. John R Blacksburg, S. Knight, Alex 208 Walnut St., Gaffney, S, Lancaster, E. Dupre Route 2, Greer, S. Lane, Elizabeth Lowell, N. I argen Maude Route 6, Winston-Salem, N. Laughlin, Jasper L 800 R. R. Ave.. Gaffney. S. Ledbetter, Catherine Route 3. Shelby, N, Ledford, Mavnard Box 108, Chester, S, C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c, c, c. c. c. c, c. c. c. c. c. c. c, c. ( , c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. , c. , c. , c. , c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. . c. c. Page Seventy-three Ledford. James B Box 172. Cliffside. N. C. Lediord, Laurence G Cliffside. N. C. Lee, John E 317 Valdese Ave., Morganton, N. C. Let. John Philip Box 65. Lailimore. N. C. Lineberoer. Alfred Route 2, Gastonia, N. C. Lineberger. Iris Boiiino Springs. N. C. Lineberger. R. Herman Boilino Springs, X. C. Long. John W 1 14 E. Long Ave., Gastonia, N. C. Long. O. S La«-ndale, !. C. Long, orth 107 W. Border, Spindale, N. C. Lookadoo. George Enunelt Route 4, Shelbv, N. C. Lovelace. Linda Lee 603 VV. Warren St., Shelbv. X. C. Lowen. Zeb A Pacolet Mills, S. C. Luther. Clyde China Grove, N. C. Luther. Ruth China Grove, N. C. MacEntire, William H Box 246. Spindale. X. C. McAbee. William B Route 3. Kings Mountain, X. C. McBraver. Charles T 520 E. Main St., Forest CitA% X. C. McBraver, W illiam G Box 29. Boiling Springs, X. C. McClure. John H Box 2, Boiling Springs, X, C. McClure. Martha Boiling Sprmgs. X. C. McCraw, Jack Route 1, Box 494, Gaffnev. S. C. McCurrv. Llovd Route 2, Bostic. X. C, McDaniel. Walter R Box 72. Caroieen, X. C. McGinnis. Judson B Route 5. Lincolnton. X. C. McGraw. Thomas J Route 1. Dallas. X. C. McKee. H. Plato Route 4. Shelbv. X. C. McKeoA -n. Addison G Cramerton, X. C, McKeo«Ti. . lvin T Cramenon, X. C. McKinnev, S. Carl Marion, X. C. McKinnev. Margaret - 1103 Anderson St.. High Point, X. C. Mi.Mahan. James Route 1 , Rutherford ion, X. C. McMjnus. Huohev Route 2. Xineiv-Six. S. C. McMurrav, Bobo C Box 171. Cliffside. X. C. Mack. Charles E Box 27. Cramerton. X. C. Magnes. Jack D Box 93. Forest Cin . N. C. Manous. Thomas C 108 Cora St., Shelbv. N. C. Martin, John B Box 3, Blacksburg. S. C. Martin. Wofford C Blacksburg. S, C. Matheson, Elizabeth Route 1. Belmont. X, C. Maunev. Orea Route 1 . Shelbv, X. C. Mavse. Fred L Box 53. Spindale. X. C. Metcalfe. Willard R Avondale. X. C. Mintz, William H 23 Frank St.. East Haven. Conn. Mode. Gordon Route 5. Shelbv. X. C. Monroe. Woodrow F Shelbv. X. C. Monieilh, Charles E Box 75, Brvson City, X. C, Monleilh. Hugh E Box 415. Svlva, X. C. Moore. John K 1007 Elm St.. Gaffnev. S. C. Moore, Robert W 508 S. Main St.. Rutherford ton, X. C. Morefield. George E. Boiling Springs. X. C. Morgan. Rowene Marshville. X. C. Morehead. Hugh R Mooresboro. X. C. Morris, DaWd X Route 2, Gastonia. X. C. Morris. Mrs. David N Route 2, Gastonia. X. C. Morris. Dorothv 824 N. Chenr St.. Winston-Salem. X. C. Nlorris. Margaret 824 N- Cherr - St., Winston-Salem. X. C. Morton. L. H 320 W. Blvd.. Charlotte. X. C. Moss. Joseph E Blacksburg, S. C. Mosteller. John E Route 3. Gaffnev, S. C. Mott, Harold Caroieen. X. C. Mvers, Mar M 419 E. Sprague St.. Winston-Salem. X. C. Xannev, James L Spindale, X. C. Xannev. Joseph R 511 Stonecutter St., Spindale. X. C. Xavev. James H Route 4. Shelbv. X. C. Xeal Er ' in Box 278, Forest Cit ' . X. C. Norris. Billv P Forest Citi, . X C. X orxis. Page Todd. X ' . C. Xon-ille. J. M Boiling Springs. X. C. Xor ille. Robert G Route 1 . Bostic. X. C. Oliver. M. Jean Route 2. Chesnee. S. C. Osborne, Thomas H 213 Osborne St., Shelbv, X. C. Oxford, Charles Earl 105 Center St., Morganton. X. C. Padoeit. Oscar EUenboro, X. C. Parris. Glenn Box 61, Cliffside. X. C. Peeler. Bett Lee Belwood, X. C. Philbeck. Selma Alooresboro. X. C. Phillips. Howard R Route 1 . Mooresboro. X. C. Phillips. Loretta HI- Vine St.. Greensboro. X. C. Piercev. Darcus Route 3, Shelbv. X. C. Plonk. Rufus G 503 W. Mountain St., Kings Mountain. X. C. Postoii. Dorothv Dover Mill. Shelbv. X. C. Price. Jack . . : .Route 3. Gaffnev, S. C. Price. Julia R-lute 1- EUenboro. X. C. Price. K ath Route 3. Gaffnev. S. C, Price Xewell East Gastonia. iS. C Proctor Melvin " 08 W. Graham St., Shelbv. X. C. Puetle. " Joseph R. ■ ■ - Valdese. X. C. Putnam. Ernestine Box 30. Avondale. X. C. Putnam. Ah-in H Box 531. Rutherford ton, X. C- Quinn Carolvn 313 South Dekalb St., Shelbv. X ' , C. Raines! Carrol V. ' . " . • ■ • - • ■ - - - iff ' ' I ' f " Rarasev. Harrv " u t; Cliffside. X. C- Ramsey, LaHience ' " St.. Gaffnev. S. C. Ramsev, Paul Ro " ' e J ' P«S, " f - - ■ Redding. Elveme ■ ■ -R " " ! H " - i " n ' Rhvne. Ovde • ■ • R " " ?,.- - Lincolnton. X C. Reynolds. Jack Joe t " " V ni " " l " " " " c ' " Roark, ReieM. Box 62. Blacksburg. S. C. Paoe Seventy four Roberts, Don R ..11« Buffalo St., She lby, N. C. Robertson, Arthur 213 Pme St., Rutherford on, N. C. Robertson, Charles ,■ ■ ' V, ' ■P " ! ' J ' ' 8-„S,helbv, N. C. Robinson, Eunice Ml N. Park St Belmont, N. C. Robinson, Harry 302 t, Sumter St., Shelby, N. C. Robinson, Kathleen V V W ' C -c " " " ?, ° ' S ' , ' Robinson, William E 511 Soitth St., Gastonia, N. C. Rollins, Elsie •,■ ■ ■ ; ■ " " " " - " f " " ' S ' S ' Rotan, Jav C 161 8th Aye., Cramertoii, N. C. Runyan, Janie ■ ,■■•.; • ' " - ,- ;• Ruppe, Max R " " ' -: L, Mooresboro, N. C. SanJers, Jean ;.- °f , ' 1 ' ' hesnee, S. C. Sanders, Josephine Box 11, Forest City, N. C. Seruggs. James A • Bo» 2U Chffside, N. C. SeruSjs, Ruby « « 34, Cliffside, N. C. Sent«, Marie ■ ■ • • ■ ■ ,■ • t ' SltT ' K r Shaw, Charles 335 Gold St., Shelby, N. C. Shell, Gene W, ' ' ' ' ' c ' ■■■ ° ' ' ?. ' P ' ' ' S ' r Sheppard, Thomas Pmkney Station, Gastonia, N. C. Sherlin, Alyin M „ ■ Cliffside, N. C. Sherrill. W. Joe Brvson City, N. C. Siher Edward E 210 McBrayer St., Shelby, N. C. Sikes ' ' irBinia ' ' N. LaFayette St., Shelby, N. C. Sinqlcy, Ambrose i • ■ Shumans, Pa. Smith, Betty Audrey 708 Fairyieyy Driye, Lexington, Jf. C. Smith, Clemon A Cramerton, N. C. Smith, Joseph T Route 1, Mount Holly, N. C. Snipes, David RniK 1, Morganton, N. C. Snipes, Richard oMe 1. Morganton, N. C. Snyder, Kenneth Boiling Springs, N. C. Snyder, Lois ,?° ' ' ' ?7 c1 " Vc ' ' S ' r Spanglet, Dorothy -Box 61, She by, N. C. Spangler. Lillian Route 5, She by, N. C. Spangler. W. A 320 E. Graham St. Shelby, N. C. Spencer, Doris Ro " ' e 1;, ' " " P.?, " ' ' J- £ ' Sperling, Mabel Rome 2, Cherrvvil e, N. C. Splawn, Don W EvS ' ! ' - JJ ' £ ' Spurlin, M. Yates !. • ' ' ? ' ■ H ' S ' Stallings, Douglas Box 1 :t8, Shelby, N. C. Stames, James L R° " K 3, Vale, N. C. Steele Edith Route 1 , Lenoir, IN. C. Steyemon, Samiiel ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ... ' . ' . ' Pinkney Station. Gastonia, N. C. Stockton. Roy G . . . . 7. . -. . .. . . : Box 538, Shelby, N. C. Suggs. Jack W Box 98, Cliffside, N. C. Sullivan, Marion 2904 Marson St. Charlotte, N. C. Sumnev, Roy G R iu e ' • Mooresboro. N. C. Swann. Clyde H Rome ' • S 5,tesv,lle. N. C. Swing. Joe L Box 243, Cliffside, N. C. Swinson. Tames E Box 2616. Winston-Sa em, N. C. Swinson. Wilmer P Box 2616, Winston-Salem, N. C. Teele Harry 817 Jefferson St., Shelby, N. C. Thom ' as. John W. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' 5° " ' ' ,- ' J? " , ' f " ' H ' £ ' Tolbert. Garland N Box 283. Shelby, N C. Tomblin. Clyde 202 Spencer St., Spindale, N. C. Toney, Dewey J Rome 2, Bostic, N. C. Towerv, Louise Route 1, Lawndale. N. C. Tunmire. Faye Granite Falls. N. C. Twiggs, James G Hen " ? " " ' N. C. Wagner, Felix • • ■ ■ ■,v„ ' ' i ' u il ' S ' n Walker, Floyd E Ora Mil , She by, N. O. Walker, Gradv E ■ Ora Mill, Shelby, N. C. Walker Hazel Route 2, Rutherfordton, N. C. Walker ' , John H. ' ' .■. ' . ' . ' .■.■.■.■.■.■.■. ' . ' .■.■. ' .■. ' . ' . ' Box 52, Rutherfordton, N C. Walker, Reeves L ■ • • • Cramerton, N. C. Walker. Mary Suthell Box 52, Rutherfordton, N. C. Wall, Frank M 205 N. Morgan St.. Shelby, N. C. Wall. John J ,•• ■ ■ • ■ ■ ,■ -C " ? ' ' ™- )},■ Warlick. Charles E Kings Mountain, N. C. Warlick. Ruth Casar, N. C. Washburn, Billy Route 4, She by, N. C. Washburn, Gaines B Route 4, She by, N. C. Washburn. Harry Eugene Route 4, Shelby, N. C. Watkins Janie Box 325. Mount Holly, N. C. Watkins! Joe M. ' Box 325. Mount Hollv, N. C. Weathers. Marjorie 305 S. Dekalb St.. Shelby. N. C. Webb, Roy . Cliffside. N. C. Weedon. Charles H 1020 N. Main St., Rutherfordton, N. C. Wellmon. Carmel M Bellwood, N. C. Wells, Jeanne Nebo, N. C. Wentz, Merl A Route 1 . China G o ' e, N. C. Whisnant. W. B Box 143. Lawndale, N. C. White, Harvey L Taylorsville, N. C. Whitener, Fred Route 3. Shelbv. N. C. Williams, Frances Union Mills, N. C. Williams, Yates 608 E. Warren St.- Shplbv. N. C. Williams, Juanita Box 233, Old Fort. N. C. Williams. O. B Spindale. N. C. Williamson. W. D Thom sville, N. C. Willis Doc Paul 112 Palmer St., Shelby. N. C. Wilson. Maroie 1015 N. Washington St., Shelbv, N. C. Wilson, Rooe ' r L 1730 W. 105 St.. Chic- n 43, Illinois Windham. Milton E Route 1 , Roxboro, N. C. Woods. Jimmy L Route 1, Grover, N. C. Worlev, Coleman C Marshall, N. C. Wright, George F Route 3, Kings Mountain, N. C. Wright. Mavine Route 2, Lawndale, N. C. Wyatt, J. D Belmont, N. C, Yarborouoh, C. Rav Lexington. N. C. Yelton, Emerson M Rutherfordton, N. C. Pa e Seveniy-five Pa e Seventy-six DUR ADVERTISERS GARDiR-WEBB JUNIOR COLLEGE Devoted to Pre-professional and Vocational Training of Young Men and Women Boiling Springs, North Carolina Siis O Pfige Seveyity ei ht Compliments of DOVER TEXTILE SHELBY, N. G. GROUP y a e Seventy-nme CLEVELAND CLOTH MILLS Manufacturers Fine Rayon and Silk Fabrics f Shelby, N. C. »Pagc Eighty S ' O SMA C; SHO? " SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY " Student ' s Hangout Jim Beason, Manager BoiLiN(; Springs, N. C. @ = o Pa c Eighty-one ■i ' Compliments of Gastonia Textile Sheet Metal Works, Inc. and Comber Needling Company •f Page Eiglil) lii ' o O ' ::; Compliments of TEXTILES - INCORPORATED FINE COMBED YARNS Gastonia, N. G. Cr ::: © Pa e Ei iiyihree CAROLINA MADE " Carolina ' s Finest Flour " + EAGLE ROLLER MILL Shllbv, N. G. ORA Mill STORE ' f GROCERIES, MEATS, DRY GOODS + Phone 684M Shelby , N. C. » Pa e Ei ityi UT Lily Mill Company spinners of Sewing Thread LILY, TULIP AND DAISY LILY SIX STRAND FLOSS LILY CROCHET YARNS AND LILY TWINES f Shelby, North Carolina SHERER MOTORS DESOTO AND PLYMOUTH Sales and Service AUTO BODY WORKS WHEEL ALIGNING DUCO PAINTING FRAMES STRAIGHTENED Telephone 155 116 North Morgan Shelby, N. C. Page Eig,hty-five Compliments of SHELBY HOTEL AND Dining Room In the Heart of Shelby Shelby, North Carolina Compliments of COHEN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Shelby, N. C. Page Eighty-six MORGAN AND COMPANY Shelby, N. G. 114-116 South Morgan Street Phone 345-3003 Retail and Wholesale FEEDS — SEEDS — FERTILIZERS Ginners and Buyers COTTON — COTTON SEED — COTTON PRODUCTS Pa e Eighty-seven PILOT LIFE IKSURAKCE COMPAQ Greensboro, N. G. X- G. R. WEBB, General Agent SHELBY, N. C. Compliments of JOHN W. BELL STORES Lattimore IIollis North Garolina Page Eighty-eigJjt Compliments of SHFI.BY MII.IS ' i- — CLEVELAND SADSAGE PACKING CO. Manufacturer of Wholesale Meat Products SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA 400 E. Warren St. Joe J. Scruggs Telephone 247 Robert F. Scruggs Page Eighty-nine BOILING SPRINGS MODERN CLEANERS ALTERING PICKUP AND DELIVERING SERMCES Boiling Springs, N. C. YOUREE- CRAWLEY CHEVROLET COMPANY 218 EAST WARREX STREET TELEPHONE 678 " The Finest Chevrolet of All Tune " For The Service of America Shelby , North Carolina Page jViMCfy SHELBY SALES STABLE i CO. Shelby, N. G. p. 0. Box 581 Phone 230 Charles D. McBrayer, Manager and Auctioneer PRIVATE SALES DAILY HAMRICK ' S DRY CLEANERS Press While U Wait PICKUP DELIVERY SERVICE Boiling Springs. N. C. Pfl e Ninety-one Compliments o s and er ' s 1 )ry Cleaners 319 EAST FRANKLIN Phone 144 Gastonia, N. c. F. C. TODD, Inc. TEXTILE SUPPLIES east franklin street Gastonia, North Carolina Pflge N ' mety-two Z. J. THOMPSON LUMBER CO. 500 N. WASHINGTON ST. LUMBER AND MILLWORK ' See Our Art Picture Dept. Shelby, N. C. Phone 107 CLEVELAND BDILDING I LOAN ASSOCIATION " Wr Hrip Fnlha Riiilrl Hnmex " 110 West Marion Street Phone 1103 Shelby, N. C. J. L. SUTTLE, Jr. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS no West Marion St. SHELBY, N. C. Phone 1103 Page Ninety three f Home Office tpply Phone 853 hclby, N. C. f HDRDS ROLLER SHOP Otis P. Hord, Manager GASTONIA NORTH CAROLINA ARNOLD WRIGHT CO. COTION Telephone 220 Shelby, N. C. iia e Ninety-four BRIDGES GROCERY FEEDS AND FERTILIZER ZEN BRIDGES Owner and Manager Boiling Springs North Carolina MUTIHNDFin GROCERIES AND MEATS COSMETICS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Boiling Springs North Carolina NORRIS LACKEY MOTORS Chrysler — Plymouth Crausley Auto Sales Service Metal Work Painting E. Sumter St. Phone 400 Shelby, N. C. Campbell Dept. Store Hardware and Groceries Headquarters For Boy Scouts Shelby, North Carolina Pa e Ninety-fh ' c Self Service f SHELBY. N. C. THE SHELBY DAILY STAR • f • Cleveland County ' s Newspaper Since 1894 Publishers and ' Job Printers Lee B. Weathers, Publisher Holt McPherson, Managing Editor Henry Lee Weathers, Business Manager KEEP FIT Bowl For Fun SHELBY BOWLING ALLEY BOLT ' S DRUG STORE DRUG — SUNDRIES " We Fill All Prescriptions " Phone 166 SHELBY, N. C. , Page Niiiety-sw Glenn ' s Garage General Automobile Repairs Electric and Acetylene Welding Battery and Tire Service BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member of Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Shelby, North Carolina Hotel Charles NEW FIREPROOF ' f Shelby, North Carolina " SHELBY ' S Newest and Best ' FRANCIS m WILSON GULF PRODUCTS Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes and Accessories WASHING AND GREASING 300 E. Warren Street SHELBY, N. C. Phone 769 Pa e Nitiety-sevcu G I III ATT FLORIST Phone 7 SHELBY, N. C. Shelby Supply Company GENERAL MILL SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE Phone 121-120 SHELBY, N. C. U IO TRUST COMPAP of Shelby and Branches RUTHERFORDTON — FaLLSTON Forest City — Lawndale Ellenboro — Spindale Member Federal Deposit In. ' surance Corporation Banking — Insurance — Trusts Eat Blue Ridge ICE CREAM Phone 182 BLUE RIDGE PRODUCTS COMPANY SHELBY, N. C. f Page Ninety-eight Compli merits of 4, 0.. mtmmtr ••.. ' «•• Shelby, N. G. THE CLEVELAND TIMES Cleveland County ' s Home Neivspaper PUBLISHING PRINTING ENGRAVING SHELBY, N. C. 224-226 E.Warren St. Phone 898 We Invite Gardner -Webb College To Make Friends AT WilWm COMPANY " Shelbjj ' a Shopping Center ' Your Store GRIFFON SUITS DOBBS AND STETSON HATS BOSTONIAN AND UPTOWN SHOES A. V. WRAY i SIX SONS SHELBY, N. C. + ' Home of Young Men " Pa e Ninety-nine G. C. McSWAIN GROCERY " The Street Car on the Comer ' Boiling Springs, N. C. J. W. HUGHES Jeweler DIAMONDS — WATCHES Fostoria Crystal Phone 3407 Forest Citv, N. C. RON AND EDDYS SODA SHOP " Where Friends Meet " Phone 3470 Forest City, N. C. DAVIS SISTERS Wearing Apparel of Dignity And Distincti on For Ladies Who Care Forest City, N. C. Dial 3511 Compliments of THE ELLIS STUDIO " We Photograph Anything, Any Place and A)iy Time. " Shelby, N. C. Rooms 17 18 Phone 637W Best Wishes to students and faculty members of gardner-webb college Forest City Courier Electric Appliance and Furniture Co. G. E. Appliances Radios Forest City, N. C. DIXIE HOME SUPER MARKET 18 W. Main Forest City, N. C. Page One Hundred Martha Park of Shelby, Inc. Shelby, N. C. PONDER ' S SERVICE STATION Auto Home Supplies Washing- Greasing- Phone 706 Shelby, N. C. Compliments of DOUBLE COLA BOTTLING CO. Shelby, N. C. RIDGE SERVICE STATION Gas — Oil — Accessories Tire Tube Repair Phone 965-X D. L. Brackett, Prop. O. K. Service Station L. K. Jones, Mgi: Batteries, Tires, Recapping Phone 4924 Rutherfordton, N. C. EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE " We outfit all the family " 214 South LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C. MORRIS BARBER SHOP 167 W. Main St. Gastonia, N. C. Hulick ' s Furniture Store Dealers in New, Used and Antique Furniture 125 North LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C. Pa e One Hundred One DIANA SHOP " Ladies ' Ready-To-lVear " Shelby, N. C. Meet Your Friends at EAGLE ' S Shelby. N. C. Compliments of BEST FURNITURE CO. Shfi.by, N. C. CotnpUments of Crowder Restaurant Shelby, X. C. BREWER ' S B rozi ' H Bilt Shoes Johnny Shelby, X. C. Beverly Connor-Johnson Music Co. Where Music Lovers Meet ' Shelby. X. C. Compliments of POST ROAD GIN Shelby. N. C. Phone 3111 Hamrick ' s Repair Shop Electric Acetylene Welding Automobile Farm Equipment Repaired Boiling Springs. X. C. a e One Hitndred Two D. A. BEAM GROCERY F ' ( ' .s7( a)id Cured Meats 406-408 S. LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C. Thomas Howard Co. Wholesale Grocers Shelby, N. C. SPANGLER ROOFING AND SUPPLY CO. Room 11 Lineberger Bldg. Shelby, N. C. ROGERS CAROLINA THEATRES House of Stage and Screen Hits SHELBY, N. C. BOILING SPRINGS Amoco Service Station Wash, Grease Tire Repair Boiling Springs, N. C. BOILING SPRINGS SHOE SHOP Boiling Springs, N. C. GossETT Machine Works General Mill Repairs Drairing a Speci(dt)j Gastonia, N. C. SHELBY CREAMERY COMPANY Makers of the Celebrated Shelby Gilt Edge Creamery Butter SHELBY, N. C. Pas e One Hundred Three Compliments of COLLINS ■ EVANS COMPANY Forest City, N. C. Dial 397 CITY ICE CREAM CO. Phone 675 GASTONIA, N. C. J. T. PEARSON staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Sea Foods Phone 3303 GASTONIA, N. C. GRIFFIN P. SMITH GROCERIES AND MEATS 605 N. Washington St. Shelby, N. C. THE HAT BOX LADIES ' HATS AND HANDBAGS 192 W. Main Street GASTONIA, N. C. O. E. FORD CO. SINCE 1888 FARM MACHINERY FERTILIZER BUILDING MATERIAL Shelby, N. C. SPANGLER ' S DRUG STORE QUALITY DRUGS Phone 2 and 4 SHELBY, N. C. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE western flyer bicycle davis tires truetone radios washing machines Shelby. N. C. Pase One Uundred Four PAUL WEBB SON The Rex ALL Store Drugs, Paints, Seeds and Toilet Articles Prescription Druggists Phone 21 Shelby, N. C. Compliments of CLEVELAND DRUG COMPANY SHELBY, N. C. Compliments of C. J. Hamrick Sons GENERAL MERCHANDISE Boiling Springs, N. C. Compliments of FARMER ' S HARDWARE Forest City, N. C. D. A. BEAM CO. FEEDS, SEEDS, AND FERTILIZERS Shelby, N. C. TILLMAN ' S SERVICE STATION C. C. Tillman, Owner Phone 804 SHELBY, N. C. T. W. HAMRICK CO. DIAMONDS— WATCHES SILVERWARE Wedding Gifts A Specialty SUTTLE ' S Shelby ' s Finest P rescriptiofi Drug Store CUT RATE DRUGS Shelby, N. C. Shelby, North Carolina Pas e One Hundred Five INTIi HOUSE w n ”
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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!
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