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GARDNER-WEBB TO-DAY ' I! (of 1948 £y rnxJior J 948 PUBLISHED BY THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE Dot Morris Editor Harold Mott Associate Editor Bob Grigg Business Manager " Bulch " . . THE 1948 ANCHOR ALMA MATER At the foot of the mountains Is our College; proud she stands, Serving all who want her service. Blessing all with outstretched hands. Alma Mater! Alma Mater! We sing our love to thee! We pledge our hearts in deep devotion, Our love, our faith eternally. In our hearts we enthrone thee. Pay thee homage far and wide, Offer sacrificial service to thee. Our hope, our joy, our pride; Alma Mater! Alma Mater! We sing our love to thee. And pray that we with deep affection May work, may serve eternally. GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE . . . A ,s a rokcn of our lo ' e and appreciation, wc dedicate this 1948 Annual. The Anchor, to Professor Stephen Morrisett. No one. in our opinion, has labored more tirelessly, unselfishly and cfhciently for the real Gardner-Webb than has he; nor has any euMsioned more clearly the quality of the Gardner-Webb that is to be. The depth of his scholarship, the genuineness of his manhood, and the melody of his music ha ' e won our hearts. THIS BOOK WE DEDICATE TO PROFESSOR STEPHEN MORRISETT HUGGINS-CURTIS DORMITORY E. B. HAMRICK BUILDING I IV ME MORI AM MRS. A AYNE BRADBURN " Fast as the rolling seasons bring The hour of fate to those we love, Each pearl that leaves the broken string Is set in Friendship ' s crown above. As narrower grows the earthly chain, The circle widens in the sky; These are our treasures that remain, But those are stars that beam on high. 10 ADMINISTRATION 11 A message from our President: Boiling Springs High School, now Gardner-Webb College, first opened its doors the year that the movement for high schools started in North Carolina. At that time there was little opportunity for one to prepare for college in North Carolina except in private high schools and by special tutors. Contrasted with the $65,000,000 annual appropriation for public education now, the amount spent in 1907 is indeed insignifi- cant. The college made a notable contribution to the education of our youth until the State had so entered the field that there was no more need for the many private high schools. Like some others, Gardner-Webb chose to enter the field of the junior college in which the State was not interested rather than cease to be. At the present time the State is entering the field of the junior college. One college opened this year in Wilmington. Another is soon to open in Charlotte. Soon, perhaps in twenty-five years, a municipal junior college will be in reach of every boy and girl in North Carolina. What is to be the place of Gardner- Webb tomorrow? It has at- tained and holds an honorable place now. Shall it cease to be, retrench and sink into an inferior place to struggle in poverty and with low standards? Or, shall it advance into the commanding position of a high grade junior college? Shall it remain a small school, or seek the financial and other ex- ternal advantages of numbers? Shall it seek to make money by charging large fees, or shall it continue devoted to the training of boys and girls of character and purpose, but with small means? Shall it seek the popularity of the crowd and market place, or shall it maintain high academic stand- ards with a wholesome and healthy Christian coloring? These questions are vital and not academic and will take more than mere assent to answer them. 12 THE DEANS Philip Lovin Elliott President James Orville Terrell Dean of Instruction SOCIAL SCIENCE Frances Austine Cuthbertson Dean of Women ENGLISH Dr. Robert Allen Dyer Dean of Men PSYCHOLOGY 13 4 1948 Wayne Bradburn Physical EJucafioii Noel C. Carr Physics Hubert C. Dixon Mathematics Ben C. Fisher Englis T Revis Frye Physical Education Emmalyn Gamble Voice FACULTY 14 1948 James Young Hamrick English Sadie Hamrick Co-nimcrce Mrs. James D. Huggins Counselor Evelyn Lytton Home Economics Abbie C. Miller Piano J. Stephen Morrisett Bible FACULTY 15 1948 Mrs. John M. Pollock Mrs. Carroll Raines Romance Languages Physical Education Robert Reece Religious Education Paul John Stacy Ina Rankin Trentham NaliirtA Science Social Science Otis Trentham Biology FACULTY 16 1948 LiLLA Ermine Watkins Commerce Carolyn Lamar Wray Librarian Leonard Ancel Allen Clyde F. McAlister Mrs. Joseph S. Wray Biisiticss Manager Bursar Counselor Mrs. Robert Reece Mrs. Dorothy Harick Willard W. Washburn Secretary to Registrar Secretary to President Physician Mrs. Clyde McAlister Secretary to Bursar FACULTY 17 Butch looks back . . classrooms filled with eager students and, of course, an occasional snoozer . . . . B. S. U. " Birdie Party " .... " Nursie, do I have to be stuck with that needle? " .... tears being shed because of Mr. Lawson Allen ' s resigna- tion .... morning watch .... " What your name is? " .... bell ringing at midnight summoning girls for P. J. picture .... Oh! 5:00 A.M. Rat Day! .... Shhhhh .... Sliss Wray .... beans .... " shay, how ' s for a cup of " Joe ' while ' Rumors are Flying ' ? ' Pembroke Indians vs. Bulldogs for victory .... " You Keep Coming Back Like a Song, " Gobble! Gobble! — ' Twas the night before Thanksgiving Holidays and a big feast was spread .... exams .... poor insipid students . . . " I ' m Dreaming of a White Christmas " meeting the faculty . . chorstew at midnight . toil to treat the sophs blow .... May court by Home Ec. girls . . . permission come? " watermelon at the gym . picnics at the spring .... An- . " La Hacienda " .... Midnight . . and oh, how the wind did . . " Rats " . . . Football banquet " Miss Cuthbertson, has my date Student Gov ' t, officers getting the bus loads for football trips .... " ' Retta, does my per- mission cover football games? " .... Rah! Rah! .... Choosing cheerleaders .... " Say, did you know they middled-aisled it this summer? .... Butch ' s fight with the Mars Hill pooch . . . . E. M. I. trip .... a bit of pre- cipitation in the air every lyceum .... Magnificent Ob- session . . . . B. S. U. Convention at High Point (N. C.) . . . . Halloween nite .... oooooooo .... " Ig " .... " ' Is she reducing? " .... Snack shop 5:4? visit .... Vespers IS .... Monogram Club ' s unique chapel program: " I Don ' t Want Her, You Can Have Her — She ' s Too Fat for Me .... She ' s just right for me! " .... Founder ' s Day .... girls in white .... " The Messiah " .... Dicken ' s Chrisf- nias Carol .... Mr. Stacy drawing circles .... quiet???? hours .... stragglers at house meeting .... Retta ' s en- tertaining moments .... two girls singing " Anything " .... or was it " Nothing " ? .... working ' till the wee hours of morning .... trying to reach that Pilot dead- line .... " Lucy " — coming from the shop .... male-call at the " hen house " .... looking over the bannister when 11:00 flash on Saturday nite .... " Now beat it, Sulley! " .... 5:30 band practice .... " Hit the road " .... " Don ' t run off! " .... Bow and scrape .... " Gee, that ' s the quickest I ever stood up! " . . . . December 12 Bedtime story .... " You can ' t hide ' em in the closets girls! " .... Bessie blowing her top .... shopping in our new dime store. ... flu shots .... girls with thirteen cent diamonds . . . . " Thanks, I associate that " .... Thursday meeting with faculty advisors .... hard knocks at the skating nnk. . . . leap year giving Gardner- Wolverines a chance .... " leukos " .... sleeping on the roof .... helping Mac make those doughnuts .... Thanksgiving breakfast in bed. . . . G. I. ' s Christmas party in spite of early holidays .... Freshman-Sophomore banquet .... Graduation Day and tears shed .... Spring is sprung . . . .and you know " In spring a young man ' s fancy turns — to some- body else " .... Harry James ' Easfer Parade .... " tous de loose " .... " Where are you going next year? " CLASSES 19 20 SOPHOMORE CLASS Lrickhouse, Gordon, Ballsieper, Jenkins OFFICERS Paul Gordon Elsie Ballsieper Bettie Brickhouse Rachel Jenkins President Vice President _ . Secretary Treasurer Paul Stacy Sponsor AS we look back on the past two years, we wonder how many freshmen we have misguided, how many " ears we have banged, " and how many teachers we have driven insane — But our years at Gardner-Webb are years that can never be forgotten. The friends we have made, the things we have learned, the precious hours spent here — These are the treasures that cannot be expressed but can only be felt in the heart. 21 99 John Amnions .... I.attimore, North Carolina 4 The silent countenance often speaks. " Hunting . . . Fishing . . . Ph.irm.icist . . . " Deep Purple " . . . A. S. T. C. I ... Charles R. Anderson .... Gastonia, North Carolina " He who the sword of heaven will bear Should be as holy as severe. " Mechanic . . . tennis . . . " Dick " . . . hates exams . . . going to Golden Gate Seminary . . . " Sweet Hour of Prayer " . . . Minister . . . Elsie Ballsieper .... Tampa, Florida " You speak as one who fed on poetry. " Swimming . . . collects poems . . . " Elsita " . . . doesn ' t like for people to wake her up early in the morning . . . plans to do mission work . . . Carson Newman . . . " When I Survey The Wondrous Cross " . . . Class Vice-president 2; I.R.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1,2; K.K.L. Society 1,2; Choir 1,2; Science Club 2; English Club 2. Hershal Beam .... Shelby, North Carolina " An honest man, close-buttoned to the chin, Broadcloth without, and a warm heart within. " Record collecting . . . dislikes Phys. Ed . . . plans to be personnel manager . . . going to Wake Forest . . . " Blue Hawaii " . . . Cecil Bolick .... Cramerton, North Carolina " What cannot a neat knave with a smooth tale make a woman believe? " Photography . . . sports . . . " Cotton " . . . dislikes unfriendly people . . . gonna be a coach . . . plans to attend University of Colorado . . . " From Twilight ' til Dawn " . . . Athletic ... Pilot Staff 2, Editor 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Monogram Club 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; Vice-president 2; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Sophomore Superlative! Dorothy Bostic . . . Mooresboro, North Carolina " Black eyes, with a wondrous, witching charm To bring us good or to work us harm. " Sports . . . " Dot " . . . hates History " pop " tests . . . Home Economics teacher . . . going to Winthrop . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, President 2; Choir 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; A.R.L. Society 1, 2; Cheerleader 2. Bettie Brickhouse .... Warrenton, North Carolina " Soft is the music that would charm forever: The flower of sweetest smell is shy and lowly. " Music . . . " Brickhouse " . . . Dislikes dogs . . . Public School Music teacher . . . " It Had To Be You " . . . Choir 1; Y.W.A. 1, 2; May Court 1; W.A.A. 1; I.R.C. 2; B.S.U. Council 2, 1st Vice president 2; Class Secretary 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Marjorie Joyce Bridges .... Spindale, North Carolina " Her voice was ever soft, Gentle and low — an excellent thing in woman. " Smgmg . . . talking . . . " Marge " . . . dislikes tests . . . plans to be a missionary . . . " The Stranger of Gallilee " . . . going to Mary Hardin, Baylor University . . . Choir 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2, Secretary 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; English Club 2. Jack B. Brown .... Winston-Salem, North Carolina " He was not merely a chip off the Old Block, but the Old Block itself. " Likes to look for bullfrogs and argue . . . Minister . . . going to Carson Newman . . , " I ' d Rather Have Jesus " . . . " Bruce " . . . doesn ' t like people who see only their side of an argument . . . friendly . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Choir 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2, President 2; Sophomore Superlative. 23 24 Frances Arlene Campbell .... Statesville North Carolina " She h.is moved .1 little nearer to the Master of all music. " Eating and talking . . . " Frankic " . . . missionary in music . . . ' I ' d Rather Have Jesus " . . . going to School of Church Music, Louisville, Ky. . . . hates to study. B. S. U. Council 2, Music Director 2, Ministerial Band 1,2; W.A.A. 1,2; Choir 1,2; Rosalie Carlisle Y.W.A. 1,2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. Bostic, North Carolina " To be weak is miserable, doing or suffering. " " Rose " . . . hates conceited people . . . find her sleeping most anytime wants to Elmer Carter teach . . . " Stardust " Home Economics Club 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. . Marshall, North Carolina " Servant of God, well done; Well h.ast thou fought the better fight. " Thinks the teachers are too hard on us . . . Minister . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . Lenoir Rhyne . . I. R. C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. ' My Country Tis Of Thee " EuLA Carver .... Nashville, Tennessee " To those who know thee not, no words can paint And those who know thee, know all words are faint. " Sports . . . " Neath The Old Olive Trees " . . . hates men . . . foreign missionary going to Carson Newman . . . " Eula Bula " . . . Y.W.A. 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2. Marcelle Cash .... Gaffney, South Carolina Lois Chappell " Sensations sweet, Felt in the blood, and felt along the heart. " " Marcy " . . .Reading, eating, talking . . . hates conceited people . . . Home Economics teacher . . . Limestone . . . " Always " . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2, President 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Student Government Legislature 2, Vice President 2. Winston-Salem, North Carolina " But she whose inborn worth her acts commend Of gentle soul, to human race a friend. " Reading, singing . . . going to Carson Newman . . . missionary . . . dislikes " pop " tests . . . " Someday He ' ll Make It Plain " . . . Choir 1,2; Ministerial Band 1,2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1,2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Martha Louise Clodfelter .... Kannapolis, North Carolina " A quiet conscience makes one so serene. " Basketball . . . discovering and making new things " Louisa Mae Alcott " . . . Y.W.A. 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1,2; Choir 1,2; Ministerial Band 1 secretarial work . . . my friend, English Club 2. Eugene Cole . Rutherfordton, North Carolina " You know you haven ' t got a singing face. " " Precious " . . . Likes Photography . . . going to be Choir Director . . Louisville Seminary . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . " How Soon " Choir 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. gomg to Bobbie Nell Collins . Clyde, North Carolina " I won ' t quarrel with my bread and butter. " Collects pictures, keeps scrapbook . . . " When I Survey The Wondrous Cross " . . . Hates bossing . . . " Nellie " . . . John B. Stetson University . . . Religious Education. Mental Hygiene Society 2; B.S.U. Council 2, Second Vice President 2; Choir 2; I.R.C. 2; Y.W.A. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Mars Hill College 1. 25 26 Paul H. Comer .... Winston-Salem, North Carolina " Mc ' ck .and lowly, pure .md holy Chief .imoni; the Blessed Three. " foreign mission.iry . . . " I ' d " P.C. " . . . sports . . . going to Carson Newman Rather Have Jesus " . . . Hates gossip . . . B.S.U. Council 2, President 2, Second Vice President 1; Ministerial Band 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; K.K.L. Society 1,2; Choir 1,2; English Club 2; Marshal Club I, 2, Marshal 2. Fred C. Crisp .... Gastonia, North Carolina " Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind. ' James L. Crowder " Playing with my little girl, Brenda " . . . " Slim " . . . hates soap operas . . . Minister . . . Golden Gate Seminary . . . Little Country Church . . . " White Christmas. " I.R.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Shelby, North Carolina " The play ' s the thing wherein I ' ll catch the conscience of a king. " Vet ermarian Horseback riding, dog raising . . . " Jimmy " . . . dislikes lying Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . . " Because " . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; appeared in Magiiificiiit Ohscision 1. Jessie Davis .... Ellenboro, North Carolina " For solitude sometimes is best society. " Likeable, quiet . . . gonna be a secretary . . . Choir 1, 2; W.A.A. 1; K.K.L. Society 1; Y.W.A. 1,2; Ministerial B.tnd 1, 2. James V. Dedmond .... Mooresboroj North Carolina " Happy am I; from care I ' m free! Why aren ' t they all contented Uke me? " " Von " . . . dislikes studying History . . . School teacher going to W.C.T.C. Joseph W. Edmonds Jack Falls . Bryson City, North Carolina " Everybody likes and respects self-made men. " Skating, sports, " shooting bull " . . . " Jay " . . . wants to be an engineer I ' ve Said It Again " . . . Antioch University . . . I.R.C. 2; Science Club 2, President 2; University of Tennessee 1. Bellwood, North Carolina " In arguing too, the parson own ' d his skill; For even the ' vanquished, he could agrue still. " " The Arguing . I " . . " . Ministerial . hates gossiping . , . Minister . . . Baylor University . . . " My God and iand 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; English Club 2; The Citadel 1. William H. Francis Samuel M. Freeman .Caroleen, North Carolina " Whose life is a bubble, and in length a span. " " B ill " . . . " Stardust " . . . Clerical work . . . going to U.N.C. Presbyterian Junior College 1. . . Lincolnton, North Carolina " Talk to him of Jacob ' s ladder, and he would ask the number of the steps. " " Bull " sessions . . . " Yid " . . . Doesn ' t like untruthful teachers . . . football coach . . . " You Belong to My Heart " . . . going to W.C.T.C. Monogram Club 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. 27 28 Claude Garren . Helen Goodwin Paul Gordon . hates to leave hi: . " Friendship " . . . . Caroleen, North Carolina " So much one man can do, That does both act and know. " Intellectual . . . hates Physical Ed . . . English major . . . going to Carolina . . . Appeared in Lilltf Women 1; Mii,v,i!jfii iif Ol ' siisitiit 2. . . . Greenville, South Carolina " I ' ll tickle your catastrophe. " " Ig " . . . likes to shoot " bull " and sleep . . . doesn ' t like people who wake her up . . . going to Furman . . . " Stardust " . . . K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2; I.R.C. 2; " W.A.A. 1, 2, Vice president 2; B.S.U. Council 2, Secretai-y 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Y. ' W.A. 1, 2. Cramerton, North Carolina " A friendship that like love is warm; A love like friendship, steady. " Likes to sleep and read funny books . . . " Ole Man River " . books for women . . . University of Denver . . . lawyer . " Moody " . . . Class President 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Student Government Legislature 2; LR.C. 2. Dewey Greene .... Spindale, North Carolina " I am not in the roll of common men. " " The Parson " . . . minister . . . Golden Gate Seminary ... " I Am Resolved " . . . K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Basketball 1; May Court 1. Elizabeth Hutchins Grigg .... Winston-Salem, North Carolina " A sweet voice, a little indistinct and muffled, Lays stress only on what is deeply felt. " Likes cooking, collecting silver and antiques . . . " Lib " . . . hates 8:30 classes . . . English m»jor . . . gonna be a novelist . . . Wake Forest . . . Class Secretary 1; Pilot Staff 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2, Secretary 2; I.R.C. 2; Choir 1; Science Club 2; English Club 2. Robert B. Grigg, Jr Gastonia, North Carolina " He is the very pine-apple of politeness. " " Bob " . . . Woodworking . . . Minister . . . thinks we don ' t have enough time on tests . . . Wake Forest . . . " Claire DeLune " . . . Football, 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; I.R.C. 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Monogram Club I, 2; Student Government Legislature 1; Ministerial Band 1; Anchor Staff 2, Business Manager 2. Claxton Hall .... King, North Carolina " I see you have a singing face — a heavy dull ' Sonatra ' face. " Loves to study and " love " . . . " Clack " . . . has no use for Guidance Department and Literature . . . Music Director . . . going to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. ... " I Wonder " . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2, Vice President 2; Choir 1, 2; Science Club 2, Vice President 2; Marshalfclub 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; English Club 2. Ollie Hammond Audley Hamrick Forestry ... " I Fair Bluff, North Carolina " I work with patience which means almost power. " Pinochle . . . hunting . . . baseball . . . " Jake " . . . hates gossip Wonder " . . . headed for Clemson . . . I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Basketball 1, 2. Boiling Springs, North Carolina " Knowledge is more than equivalent to force. " Collects picture postcards . . . hates girls winking at him in Choir . foreign missionary . . . gonna get married . headed for Carson Newman . . . Marshall Club 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; A.R.L. Society 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1; Choir 1,2; Baptist Student Union Council 2, Treasurer 2. 29 plans to be ' Let Me Call You Sweetheart " . . . 30 Lewis Earl Hancock .... Shelby, North CaroHna % " Whistle and shc ' li come to you. " Doesn ' t like people breaking in " chow " hne . . . Wake Forest . . . prc.ichcr ... " I Wonder Who ' s Kissing Her Now. " A. R. L. .Society 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2; Baskctb.ill 1; Mu ' iiijinnl Ol ' scssiiiii, 2. Newton R. N. Hardin .... Spindale, North CaroHna " Accidents will occur in the best regulated families. " Eating . . . " Uncle Fud " . . . doesn ' t like smart remarks . . . Photography . . . going to Carson Newman . . . minister . . . " Take My Life and Let It Be. " Ministerial Band 1, 2; Choir 1; B.S.U. Council 2, Publicity Chairman, 2; Anchor Staff 2, Photographer 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. Robert L. Hardin .... Boiling Springs, North Carolina " His high erected thoughts look ' d down upon The smiling valley of his fruitful heart. " " Bob " . . . hates giggling in class . . . Preacher . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2. Betty High .... Dallas, North Carolina " The light that lies in woman ' s eyes. " Collects pictures . . . " Eyes " . . . Major in Religious Education . . . " Always " . . . pretty. Pilot Staff 2, Associate Editor 2; B.S.U. Council 2, Sunday School Superintendent 2; I.R.C. 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Marshall Club 2, Chief Marshall 2; Choir 1; May Court 1; Science Club 2; English Club 2; Sophomore Superlative. Clyde High .... Dallas, North Carolina I ' ;1 " Out of God ' s blessing into the warm sun. " " Hoey " . . . Religious Education . . . Carson Newman . . . hates to see people " bang " ears with the teachers . . . likes to hunt . . . " At The Cross " . . . K.K.L. Society 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2; Basketball 2. Guy Hutchins .... Winston-Salem, North Carolina " My favoured temple is an humble heart. " Traveling . . . Minister . . . going to Golden Gate Seminary . . . " I ' d Rather Have Jesus " . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. Rachel Jenkins .... Gastonia, North Carolina " Conversation is the laboratory and workshop of the student. " Collects snapshots . . . " Jinks " . . . plans to be .i student secretary . . . Wake Forest . . . " My God and I " . . . Class Treasurer 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Vice President 1, President 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2; LR.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; May Court 1. Edith Jones .... Henrietta, North Carolina " Religion, if in heavenly truths attired. Needs only to be seen to be admired. " Likes scrapbooks . . . plans to do mission work . . . going to Carson Newman quiet . . . sincere . . . " Wherever He Leads I ' ll Go " . " . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. Olen L. Kendrick .... Forest City, North Carolina " Worth, courage, honor, these indeed Your sustenance and birthright are. " Likes to hunt and fish . . . Pastor . . . " I ' ll Go Where You Want Me To Go " Ministerial Band 1, 2. 31 32 John P. KiNNAMan .... Boiling Springs, North Carolina " The rays of h.ippincss, like tliosc of light Arc colorless when unbroken. " Collects odd books . . . " Johnny " . . . Minister. Ministeri.il B.ind 1, 2. James Kirby Rebecca Kirby Pacolet, South Carolina " To be .1 well favoured man is the gift of fortune. " Baseball . . . " The Gypsy " . . . " Gears " . . . gonna be a lawyer University . . . Football 1; Monogram Club 1, 2; Class President 1. John B. Stetson Elizabeth Lane . Alfred Lineberger Iris Lineberger . John W. Long . . . Emmett Lookadoo . Zeb Ashley Lowery Granite Falls, North Carolina " Thought ' tis deeper than all speech, Feeling is deeper than thought. " Likes to read . . . Sports . . . hates " griping " . . . " Becky " . . . B.S.U. Council, Training Union Director 1, 2; Marshall Club 1, 2; Marshall 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1; English Club 2. . Lowell, North Carolina " Sensitive, swift to resent, But as swift in atoning for errors. " Likes to sew . . . " Leukos " . . . " Lib " . . . Dislikes " bubble " gum . . . Mission work . . . Carson Newman . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Pianist 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Pilot Staff 2; Home Economics Club 2; Choir 1,2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; English Club 2. . . . . Gastonia, North Carolina " His thoughts have a high aim. Though their dwelling be in the vale of an humble heart. " " " Ai " . . . detests gossip . . . Minister . . . " Have Thine Own Way " . . . Wake Forest . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2, President 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; LR.C. 2; Marshall Club 1, 2; Marshal 2. . Boiling Springs, North Carolina " A noble type of good, heroic womanhood. " " Ike " . . . dislikes bragging . . . " Indian Love Call " . . . Home Economics . . . going to Carson Newman . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Gastonia, North Carolina " His words are bonds, his oaths are oracles. His love sincere, his thoughts immaculate. " Music . . . dislikes long drawn-out speeches . . . " Schubert ' s Serenade " . . . Minister . . . Wake Forest . . . English Major . . . Marshal Club 1, 2, Chief Marshall 2; I.R.C. 2, President 2; EngUsh Club 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2, Chorister 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. . Shelby, North Carolina " Suit the action to the word. The word to the action. " Likes Acting . . . Dislikes " know-it-alls " . . . lawyer . . . Wake Forest . . . " Tangerine " . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; Dramatics Club 1; Cheerleader 2; English Club 2; appeared in Dickens ' Christmcis Carol 1. . . Pacolet Mills, South Carolina " I shall ne ' er be aware of mine own wit, til I break my shins against it. " Sports, reading, gossiping . . . " Uncle " . . . " Tonight We Love " . . . wants to be a football coach . . . Monogram Club 1,2; Football 1,2; Baseball 1, 2. 33 - 34 JUDSON B. McGlNNIS Thomas J. McGraw . . . Lincolnton, North Carolina " Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. " Baseball, tennis . . . " Mack " . . . hates uncleanliness in living quarters . . . wants to teach . . . W.C.T.C. . . . " Papa " . . . " Anniversary Song " . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; Student Government Legislature 2. . Dallas, North Carolina " Persuasion tips his tongue — when ' er he talks. " likes to stay at the " henhouse " . . . dislikes Chapel . . . " Tommy " . . . Baseball 1; Monogram Club 2; I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; A.R.L. Society 1, 2. Margaret McKinney . . . High Point, North Carolina " She is pretty to walk with. And witty to talk with And pleasant too, to think on. " Loves Sports and Physical Education . . . " Perry Lee but me " . . . Missionary . . . Bound for Carson Newman Most Athletic Sophomore Girl . . . Ministerial Band I, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Home Economics Club 2; Choir 1, 2; Pilot Staff 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, Secretary- Treasurer 2; English Club 2; May Court 1. hates anyone " popping gum . " How Soon " . . . " Loosey " HuGHEY H. McManus .... Ninety-Six, South Carolina " Endurance is the cr owning quality and patience all the passion of great hearts. " Likes Sports and writing letters . . . " Dauber " . . . hates six weeks tests . . . Country preacher . . . " I ' d Rather Have Jesus " . . . Carson Newman . . . K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; LR.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. BOBO C. McMuRRAY . Charles E. Mack, Jr. . . Cliffside, North Carolina " And sure the Eternal Master found, the single talent well cmploy ' d. " Loves sports . . . " Mack " . . . hates six weeks tests . . . Minister . . . Golden Gate Seminary . . . " Wherever He Leads " . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; American Institute of Law, Chicago 1. . . . Cramerton, North Carolina " Ambition is no cure for love. " Collects pictures of professional baseball players . . . hates bananas and women . . . " Stardust " . . . Physical Education lylajor . . . Denver University . . . Handsome . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; Monogram Club 1,2; Baseball 1 Pilot Staff 2; Sophomore Superlative. John B. Martin .... Blacksburg, South Carolina " He ' s tough, Ma ' am — tough is J. B., tough and d Likes to play records . . . " Bull " . . . detest: University . . . " Stardust " . . . Monogram Club 2; President 2; Mental Hygiene 2 cvdish sly. " iar . . . Social Science Denver Fred L. Mayse, Jr. Spindale, North Carolina " A moral, sensible and well-bred man will not affront me, and no other can. " Likes to read . . . hates gossip . . . Business administration . . . Wake Forest . . . " Near You ' WooDRow F. Monroe . . Shelby, North Carolina " His patient soul endures what Heav ' n ordains, But neither feels nor fears ideal pains. " Sings . . . " Mon " . . . Minister . . . Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Orleans, La. . . . " He Keeps Me Singing " . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2. New ' i5 4 36 Charles Edwin Monteith .... Bryson City, North Carolina " Were there no women, men might live Uke gods. " Loves the women . . . " Red " . . . Account.int . . . plans to go to Antloch College . . . " It Might As Well Be Spring " . . . I.R.C. 2; A.R.L. Society 1, 2; Marshall Club 2; Student Government Legislature 2; Football 2. Hugh E. Monteith, Jr Sylva, North Carolina " If the world will be gulled, let it be gulled. " " Bud " . . . " Sentimental Journev " • • • hates to be awakened in the morning . . . " Wheel " ... Monogram Club 1, 2; Pilot Staff 2, Business Manager 2; Sports Reporter for Shelby Star; Football 2 , Business Manager 2, Official Scorekceper 2; Basketball 2, Manager 2; Tennis team L Edward Morefield , Boiling Springs, North Carolina " I preached as never sure to preach again and as a dying man to dying men. " dread: reads exams Minister Wake David N. Morris Dorothy Morris Margaret Morris . . Likes tennis, mechanics . . . " Ed " Forest . . . Greek Major . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2. Gastonia, North Carolina " My mind to me a kingdom is. " Likes oil painting . . . " Dave " . . . dislikes gossip . . . " Lord ' s Prayer " . . . Wake Forest . . . K.K.L. Society 1, 2; LR.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. . Winston-Salem, North Carolina " I slept, and dreamed that Life was Beauty, I woke and found that Life was Duty. " Doesn ' t like insincere people . . . " Dot " . . . Nurse . . . loves music . . . headed for??? Always busy and " on the go " . . . " The Most Beautiful Dot Morris " . . . " Easter Parade " . . . Religious Education Major . . . Intellectual and Best All Around . . . I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; English Club 2; Marshall Club 1,2, Marshall 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Anchor Staff 2, Editor 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; W.A.A. 2; Home Economics Club 2; Sophomore Superlatives. . Winston-S alem, North Carolina " As pure as a pearl, and as perfect, A noble and innocent girL " Loves to listen to records . . . " Peg " . . . plans to do Christian service . . . hates to hear someone " pop " gum . . . " No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus " . . . Friendliest Sophomore girl . . . Dot ' s sister . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Marshall Club 1, 2, Marshall 2; Pilot Staff 2, News Editor 2; Home Economics Club 2, Vice President 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Y.W.A. 2; Sophomore Superlative. Harold Mott .... Caroleen, North Carolina " I am nothing, if not critical. " Likes to loaf . . . hates celery and stupid teachers . . . plans to be an electrical engineer . . . State . . . " Rhapsody In Blue " . . . Marshal Club 1, 2, Marshal 2; Science Club 2; I.R.C. 2; Anchor Staff 2; Associate Editor 2 . . . Page Norris .... Todd, North Carolina " The silence of the people is a lesson for kings. " Likes to hunt and play basketball . . . hates tattle tales . . . minister , . . going to Carson Newman . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Oscar Padgett, Jr Forest City, North Carolina " I wish and I wish that the spring would go faster, For some things are ill to wait. " Likes battleships . . . " O.P. " . . . doesn ' t like to study . . . " How Soon " . . . Basket- ball, tennis 1, 2; Cheerleader I; K.K.L. Society 2. 37 38 I LoRETTA Phillips .... Greensboro, North Carolina Dorothy Poston " But tho ' whom truth and wisdom Icid Can gather honey from .1 weed. " Personnel .md guidance . . . " When I Sur ' ey The Wondrous Cross " . . . " Retta " . . . Wake Forest Bound . . . B.S.U. Council 1, Assistant Sunday School Superintendent 1; Marshal Club 1, 2, Marshal 2, Secretary 2; Secretary to Director of Guidance 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; Choir 1, Student Government Legislature, 2, House President, 2. . Shelby, North Carolina " The sweetest thing that ever grew beside a human door. " Collects statues . . . " Dot " . . . Commercial work . . . " Home Sweet Home " . . . picks on her two little brothers . . . Home Economics Club 2; Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2. Keith Price .... Gaffney, South Carolina " Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep. " " Shorty " . . . going to Clemson . . . I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Science Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2. Carroll Raines .... Cliffside, North Carolina " Science is organized knowledge. " " Smiley " . . . Hunting and fishing . . . Doesn ' t believe in superstitions . . . Wake Forest . . . Dentistry . . . " Amis " . . . Monogram Club 1, 2, President 1; I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; W.C.T.C. I. Paul Ramsey, Jr Shelby, North Carolina " Anything for a quiet life. " " Jukie " . . . Electrical engineer . . . Going to Clemson . . . Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Elverne Redding .... Rural Hall, North Carolina " Age cannot wither her, nor customs stale Her infinite variety. " Collects pictures . . . " Vernie " . . . Hates tests . . . plans to do Christian Service . . . Carson Newman . . . " Near You " . . . Home Economics Club 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Choir 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Pilot Staff 2; I.r ' C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; English Club 2; W.C.U.N.C. 1. Don R. Roberts .... Shelby, North Carolina " A dry jest, Sir ... I have them at my fingers ' end. " Likes to work on his ' 32 Chev . . . " Red " . . . " Bless This House " . . . hates foreign language . . . Pilot Staff 2; Choir 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2; appeared in Christinas Carol 1, 2, Magnificent Obsession 2. Perry Glenn Rollins .... Henrietta, North Carolina " Soft as some song divine the story flows. " " P.G. " . . . going to Appalachian . . . " Home Sweet Home " . . . plans to teach ... no use for " pop " quizzes . . . likes to read, sing and writ; letters . . . Choir 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Ministerial Band 2; Spartanburg Junior College 1. Jay Rotan .... Cramerton, North Carolina " Studious of ease And fond of humble things. " " Speedy " . . . likes photography . . . hates noise during Study hours . . . " Night and Day " . . . Business administrator or engineer . . . Monogram Club I, 2; Science Club 2; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; ASTC 1. 39 Charles A. Shaw .... Shelby, North CaroHna " And truths divine came mended from that tongue. " Doesn ' t hke History . . . Ministry . . . going to Wake Forest . . . Day student . . . Gene Shell .... Forest City, North CaroHna " Reading maketh a full man. " " Tonto " . . . Textile engineering . . . going to State . . . likes to read . . . " You ' ll Never Know " . . . hates homework . . . Football 1, 2. Joe Sherrill .... Bryson City, North Carolina " The wisest man the world e ' er saw, He dearly loved the lasses, O. " " The Toe " . . . likes sports . . . doesn ' t like " High-hatting people " coach . . . " Stardust " . . . going to W.C.T.C. . . . Monogram Club 1, 2; W.C.T.C. 1 . plans to James Shoemaker . . . Banner Elk, North Carolina " The shoemaker makes a good shoe because he ' makes ' nothing else. " " Sho " . . . " Til The End of Time " . . . likes to read funny books . . . Student Government House Council 2; Lees-McRae 1. Ambrose Singley .... Shumans, Pennsylvania " A tender heart; a will inflexible. " Loves sports, especially badminton . . . " Ambrosia " . . . doesn ' t like bad food . . . " White Christmas " . . . plans to be missionary to China . . . Carson Newman . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; I.R.C. 2. Clemon a. Smith .... Cramerton, North Carolina " Those curious locks so aptly twine Whose every hair a soul doth bind. " " Whitey " . . . going to Furman . . . " Peg O My Heart " . . . wants to coach . . . likes football and women . . . Best all around . . . Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Monogram Club 1, 2; Veterans House President 2; Sophomore Superlative. Mt. Holly, North Carolina " Be plain in dress and sober in your diet, In short my dear, kiss me, and be quiet. " Likes to tinker with radios . . . " Jose " . . . " Begin the Beguine " . . . hates term papers . . . going to be an accountant . . . King ' s Business School . . . intellectual . . . Marshal Club 1, 2, Marshal 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2, President 2; I.R.C. 2; Science Club 2; Sophomore Superlative. J. T. Smith Kenneth Snyder . . Winston-Salem, North Carolina " There is no exercise better for the heart Than reaching down and lifting people up. " " Ken " . . . Likes to go to football games . . . Hates to dress for Physical Education . . . Minister . . . " My God and I " . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2, Vice President 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; Class Treasurer 1 . Lois Mildred Snyder .... Winston-Salem, North Carolina " In conversation avoid the extreme of forwardness and reserve. " Collects dogs . . . " Because " . . . wants to be a missionary . . . Wake Forest . . . hates exams . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; W.A.A. 1; Ministerial Band 1, 2. 41 42 Douglas Stalungs Shelby, North Carohna " I love to lose myself in other men ' s minds (then) . . . books think for me! " Likes to read . . . plans to be a lawyer . . . can ' t stand algebra . . . " Doug " . . . going to Carolina . . . I.R.C. 2; Boys ' House President 2; Monogram Club 1, 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Cheerleader 2; Football I, 2; Baseball I, 2; Campbell College 1. .... Vale, North Carolina " Some men are born to feast and not to fight. " Enjoys historical conversation . . . " Jim " . . . hates any result of ignorance . . . Minister . . . " Jesus Is All The World To Me " . . . going to Lenoir Rhyne . . . Ministerial Band 1, 2; Science Club 2; University of S. C. 1. Lenoir, North Carolina " Stately and tall she moves in the hall The chief of a thousand for grace. " Enjoys typing . . . hates tests . . . secretarial work . . , " White Christmas " . . . B. S. U. Council 2, Treasurer 2; Home Economics Club 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 2. Richard V. Sullivan .... Charlotte, North Carolina " Great men are dead or dying. I don ' t feel so well myself. " Likes to do many things . . . hates cigarette smoking women . . . " Sulley " . . . " Red Sails In The Sunset " . . . going to Wake Forest . . . Minister . . . I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2. James L. Starnes Edith Steele Clyde Swann Faye Tunmire Johnny Walker . Statesville, North Carolina " Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor, and to wait. " Likes to do shop work . . . Engineering . . . going to State . . . Student Government Legislature 2; I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2: Science Club 2. Granite Falls, North Carolina " In her eyes a thought grows sweeter and sweeter — deepening like the dawn. " Collects snapshots . . . doesn ' t hke men . . . missionary . . . going to Carson Newman . . . " I ' d Rather Have Jesus " . . . K.K.L. Society 1, 2; B.S.U. Council 2, Third Vice President 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. . . . Spindale, North Carolina " Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie. " Likes to make moving pictures . . . doesn ' t like Speech class . . . " Near You " . Plans to be Religious Education and Choir Director . . . Baylor Universitv Choir 2; Ministerial Band 2; University of North Dakota 1. Reeves L. Walker . . . Cramerton, North Carolina " He seen his duty, a dead-sure thing- And went for it thar and then. " Likes to collect records . . . " Shadow " . and Day. " Mental Hygiene Society 2; Student Government Legislature 2, President 2. hates " long-winded " speakers . . . " Night Ruth Warlick . . . Ceasar, North Carolina " Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food. " Collects foreignstamps . . . " Dinkey " . . . hates " snobs " . . . wants to be a laboratory technician . . . plans to go to Southern School of Technology, Charleston, S. C. . . . " Limehouse Blues " . . . witty . . . Dramatic Club 1; Band 1, 2; Student Government House Council 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; Christmas Carol 1, 2; Little Women 1. 43 HH 44 Joe Watkins . . Mt. Holly, North Carolina " Then did she lift her hand into his chin And praised the pretty dimphng of his skin. " Fishing, skating, women . . . " Watinskic " . . Mental Hygiene Society 2. " Because " . Wake Forest Carmel M. Wellmon . . Bellwood, North Carolina " Be noble in every thought and in every deed. " Likes books . . . doesn ' t like algebra . . . going to Emory University Hawaii " . . . studying for dentistry . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; I.R.C. 2. . " Blue Paul Willis .... Shelby, North Carolina " People that make puns are like wanton boys that put coppers on the railroad tracks. " Likes photography . . . " Doc " . . . doesn ' t have enough time for everything . . . plans to do newspaper work . . . Wake Forest or Appalachian . . . Wittiest Sophomore Boy . . . " Way Back In The Hills " . . . Dramatics Club 2; Pilot Staff 2, Assistant Business Manager 2. Milton E. Windham .... Roxboro, North Carolina " A wit with dunces, and dunce with wits. " Likes sports, talking, and homelife . . . " Windy " . . . wants to be a rural minister . . . going to Berea College . . . " Softly and Tenderly " . . . Student Government Legislature 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2; LR.C. 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2. Charles Ray Yarborough .... Lexington, North Carolina " Habits form character, and character is destiny. " Likes to make friends and watch others . . . " Fessor " . . . going to Wake Forest . . . Minister . . . " Amazing Grace " . . . Hates smart remarks . . . Mental Hygiene Society 2; LR.C. 2; Ministerial Band 1, 2; K.K.L. Society 1, 2; Baseball team 1. SOPHOMORES WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR Maynard L. Austell Lewis T. Barnes Thomas Eugene Black Joe Jasper Bridges Edward G. Campbell Rafael Dieppa-Rivera John Max Freeman, Jr. Irvin Greene Billy David Jolley Billy F. Grigg James L. Nanney Worth Long Walter R. McDaniels James Ishmael McMahan WiLLARD R. Metcalfe James M. Norvill Bedford Jackson Page John D. Pettigrew James Calvin Scruggs Joe Dean Hodge Winston Jobe Don W. Splawn Yates M. Spurlin Joe Lewis Swing Harry A. Teele Garland N. Tolbert Charles Ervin Warlick Harry Eugene Washburn Roy Webb Robert Glen Norvill Bill Padgett Norris 45 SOPHOMORE WHEELS 46 SOPHOMORE BIBLE CLASS In the quietness of the morning, students gather in the Bible Room for their studies in the Psalms and the Gospel of John, taught by Professor Stephen Morrisett. Roll call is answered by each student quoting a scripture verse. It is in this class that the students receive inspiration for Christian service. 47 4 Butch Chooses Margaret McKinmy and Cecil Boluk Most Athletic Betty High and Charlie Mack Prettiest Girl and Most Handsome Boy Dot Morns and ' Whitey " Smith Best-all-around 48 Supe r I a 1 1 ve s Margaret Morris and Jack Brown Fricncllicsr Dot A4orris and Jo: Smith Most lnrellectu.il Ruth Warh ' ck and Paul Will is Wittiest 49 GRIGG HaRDIX MoRRIi MoTT The ANCHOR STAFF James Yolxc Hamrick Sponsor Dot Morris Harold Mott Bob Grigg R. X. Hardix Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Photographer Butch hopes you hke our hook Hair was pulled; tears were shed; hearts were distressed — But finally out rolled our yearbook! The day the layout came, we took hope. We wanted to make our annual something which every student would be proud to show. In years to come when vou and your better half and all the little halves gather around the fire and you tell them of your college days — bring out this book. Wipe the dust from its cover; turn the leaves gently, be- cause on everv page we hope you find something pleasant to re- member We dreamed and planned .... " And so we penned it down, until at last it came to be, For length and breadth, the bigness which you see. " 50 Snap s 51 4 Sitting: M. McKinney, E. Redding, Margaret Morris, News Editor; Cecil Bolick, Editor; Betty High, Associate Editor; A. C. Bridges. Standing: D. Spangler, S. Martin, D. Roberts, T. Spangler, M. Partner, Miss Carolyn Wray, Faculty Sponsor, S. Black, D. Waters, D. Elliott, C. Hames. Back rem: C. Jenkins, C. Mack, J. Edmonds, H. Monteith, J. Roberts, P. Willis. THE PILOT STAFF Miss Carolyn Wray Spomor Butch meets the deadline Long after other students have crept into their beds and settled down for a long sleepy night, students on The Pilof Staff are yawning over piles of newspaper articles . . . trying to make that deadline. The Pilot Staff is composed of some of our most efficient and capable workers. Of course, the " Just Looking " column is the first to be read when the paper " comes off the press " , because everyone wants to find out " who dared who " and " why who done what and when " . Our paper features a com- plete well-rounded coverage of all school and local news. 52 (. i, RATS 53 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS John Hiott Dot Hord Vice President Dot Campbell Secretary John Arndt Treasurer Hord, Hiott, Arndt, Campbell The beginning of the school year found the G.-W. " rats " scurrying around tr)-ing to keep up with the multitude of activities that college life suddenly brought upon us. We often wondered how we managed to live through the first week when the only places we knew were our dormitories and the post office and the only persons, our roommates. Of course, our lost and green expression immediately branded us as Freshmen. It was the upper classmen, the Sophomores, who told us the " hows, wheres, and whens " of Gardner- Webb. To them we shall always be grateful. James Young Hamrick Sponsor 54 Gertrude Louise Allen Clara Fave Andrews Kenneth Lee Arche r John Levsis Arndt Frances Evelina Atkinson Bennie Ballentine William Shellem Barkley Ruth Cleo Barton Sue Black Elizabeth Ann Blanton Robert Eugene Bi anton bobo bostic Betty Jean Bowen Harold Brackett Arthur C. Bridges Beth Harrill Bridges Lenora Irene Bridges Sara Emogene Bridges Alvin Britt Irvin Clarence Brown Roy Franklin Brown Alan Browning, III Shirley Jon Browning Price R. Bush Robert Franklin Cabaniss Bobbie Jeanne Campbell Dorothy Dean Campbell Edward H. Causby Lou Jean Dedmon Bobby Howard Dillingham Milii O FRESHMAN CLASS 55 FRESHMAN CLASS Helen Jane Dobbins Alice Jayne Dockery Robert Pete Dudley Crawford George Earls Jack Delmas Edwards Dorothy Elaine Elliott Margaret Marie Ellis Bi.ttye Lou Falls Elsie Azelee Harris Hlibert L. Finely t lRlAI lA T. FiNLEY Marv Aileen Francis Charles Thomas Fulbright EsLEY Eugene Gantt Marry Anderson Goble t " )PAL COLLENE GoDFREY Dorothy Goode John Vernon Green Jean Carolyn Hames Evelyn Sue Hamrick Joe Sylvanus Hamrick Mary Edna Hamrick Mary Helen Hamrick William Erskine Harmon Albert Brock Harris Kathleen M. Harris Audrey Naomi Hartley Robert Max Hartzog I Avi ' RENCE R. Hawkins YuELL Reid Hawkins Betty Lou Hendrick John Blanton Hiott Ammik Lou Hogan James Elmer Holoer Clikiord Lewis Holland Jack Rurus Holland Dorothy Carol Hord Hershal Ray Hunt Joyce Marcelle Huntley Clyde W. Jenkins Laladge Louise Jolley Willie Alma Jolley Hazel Aileen Jones Joe Gladnev Kirkpatrick Tyree H. Kiser IsABELLE Knott Ethel Lucille Lancaster Matilda Elizabeth Lattimori Claude M. Lawing Shirley Ann Lawrence Linda Carol Lemmond Guy McFarland Hal Lee Mabry Jesse Clay Martin J. SuFFORD Martin Ruth Marie Masten Elizabeth Melton Bobby Jane Melvin Marion Inez Melvin Charles S. Miller k iLik FRESHMAN CLASS 57 i FRESHMAN CLASS James XX ' illiam Moon Lewis Glenn Morton Dorothy Quinn Morris William Lawson Murray Mary M. Myers Anna Margaret Newton Luther H. Norton W ' innifreo Ann Orr Colleen Geneva Ostwalt Martha Jane Padgett Mary Ann Padgett Mary Parker William B. Peeler David Lee Pegram Valoree Eulelia Phillips Elsie Porter Roy I. Powell Ruby Irene Powell Mildred Jane Price Veigh Evyleen Queen Carolyn Morris Rhyne Geraldine a. Roberson James William Roberson John E. Roberts Quintin O ' Brien Roberts Jessie Juanita Robinson Clyde K. Rudisill Betty Joyce Ryals Betty Lorene Sams Joe Melvin Saunders Mary Louise Scruggs 58 Cathlkine Onell Shook Ray Daniel Shytle Bryant Harry Simmonds BiLLv Clyde Smithdeal Lillian Doris Spangler Thomas Eugene Spangler Charles Jerome Spivey Gloria Staton Carolyn Jean Stroud Emma Jane Summey John H. Summey Grover Cleveland Taylor, Jr. Sarah Aileen Trout James Glenn Twiggs Betty Jean Tyler Jack Walker Ezra Reeves Wallace Beryl B. Wallis Juanita C. Walters Dorothy Dean Waters WiLEURN P. WeLLMON Betty Sue Wells William Whisnant Robert Kenneth Whitlock James Whittington Joe Donald Whittington Joe Preston Williams Robert L. Williams Marvin H. Willis Burton Hicks Wortman John Douglas Wright FRESHMAN CLASS 59 4 Freshmen Without Photographs James Edgar Bishop Avery William Bland Rupert Blanton James Bolick William Edward Bridges Thomas Brown Louise Buchanan Lander Hill Bumgarner Mack Burgin Charles Lee Burns Blanche DeBrule Haley C. Dedmond Kathleen Dickey Bill H. Dobbins Max Sherlin Dobbins Clarence A. Duckworth Max Edward Fish Aaron Fletcher Roy ' ' . Franklin James Henry Good Robert Greene Walter D. Harmon Alvin E. Harper Bobo Harrill Billy Cofer Henson Robert Hoffman Everett Daniel Hollifield Durham Paschal Hoyle Martha Lee Hudson James L. Hullender Hobby Humphrey Chfford Jenkins Rufus Johnson Norris Jones Robert Reid Jones Leonard Torrence Keever William Marion Kirby, Jr. Alex Knight Edgar L. Lineberger Roberto Lopez Mack Lyman Edward Ladd McCurry Joseph McDaniel James McElveen Paul McPherson Wilham Andrew McSwain Joseph Berry Mackie Jureia Elizabeth Monroe Nina Jean Morehead Harold Jennings Newton Kathleen Norris Elizabeth Ann Osborne Charles Earl Oxford Bill Joe Padgett Joe Rhodes " illiam Edward Robinson Lena Mae Shaw Alvin Mills Sherlin Charles Sikes Mary Alice Sikes Vernon Long Snipes Winford Snipes Mary Eloise Suggs Henry Thorton Scott Uzzell Geraldine Wall William Whisenant James Robert NK ' hitaker Charles Whitehead Nyal Zeno Williams Irvm Bryan Willis Barbara Anne Wilson Solon Lawson Womack Frank A. Wright Butch does research 60 ACTIVITIES 61 i STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEGISLATURE Sitting: Clemon Smith, House Pnsiclctit, Veterans ' Dormitory; Reeves Walker, President; Milton Windham, Secretary-Treasurer; Marcelle Cash, Vice-President; LoRETTA Phillips, House President, Girls ' Dormitory. Standiii; : Douglas Stallings, House President, Boys ' Dormitory; Clyde Swann, House President, G. I. Apartments; Paul Gordon, Sojihomore Class President; JuDSON McGiNNis, Day Students President. Butch takes a peek at Congress .... The most important organization of Gardner-Webb campus is the Student Government Association. This organization touches all ghases of college life. It stands for honor, self-control, and democracy. During orientation week the student government officers helped the new-comers in adjusting themselves to college life. They also sponsored all football games away from the campus. 62 Butch smgs StFPHEN MORRIStTT Director A vital part in the lives of the students of G-W is the col- lege choir under the direction of Professor Stephen Morrisett. Through their singing, we have become aware of the beauties and the values of a ministry through music. GARDNER- WEBB CHOIR Fint row. Mr. Morrisett; N. Collins; B. Wai.lis; K. Harris; G. Roberson; V. Walker; C. Andrews; S. Black; M. McKinney; F. Campbell; D. Hord; D. EosTic; E. Blanton; D. Elliott; M. Bridges; E. Carver. SeconJ row: E. Lane; L. Sams; E. Ballsieper; B. Wells, K. Shook, M. Morris, D. Morris, A. Hartley, F. Tunmire; C. Stroud. Third row: E. Redding; C. Ostwalt; S. Lawrence; L. Clodfelter, Q. Roberts, R. Blanton, G. Rollins, L. Chappel; D. Poston; E. Hamrick. Fourth row: P. Comer; J. Walker; A. Hamrick; J. Falls; A. Bridges; H. Bracket; M. Willis; J. Brown. fifth row: D. Roberts; J. Saunders; K. Whitlock; J. Walker; C. Hall; K. Archer; J. Starnes; E. Cole. 6 3 THE MARSHAL CLUB (Gardner-Webb ' s Phi Beta Kappa) Betty High Chief Marshal JoHx Long Chief Marshal 64 Butch observes Character Scholarship Leadership Service This organization is a campus recognition for stu- dents who distinguish themselves by the four quaHties mentioned — leadership, scholarship, character, and ser- vice. New members are appointed by the faculty and by members of the club during the second semester in a " tapping service " of beauty and solemnity. The Marshals serve at all lyceum numbers. They were particularly prominent at Gardner-Webb ' s first Founder ' s Day celebrated October 27, 1947. Sitting: Edwin Monteith, Dot Morris, Harold Mott, Betty High, Paul Comer, Margaret Morris, Claxton Hall. Standing: Loretta Phillips, Joe Smith, John Long, Alfred Lineberger, Rebecca KiRBY. 65 The Spirit oj B.S.U. In our halls of learning Christ you did instill, With His truth eternal You our hearts did fUl. Now we ' re ever eager Goodly works to do; In your service use us, Spirit of B. S. U. In the midst of classes Christ we shall proclaim, Lift our fellow students In the Saviour ' s name; To the church we ' ll bind them Show them, life anew. With the strength you give us. Spirit of B. S. U. We are all one body, Tho ' from east and west. We would serve the Master, Put us to the test. Thus with hearts united Sin we shall subdue With His love unfailing. Spirit of B. S. U. Bob Entrekin Butch Consults with B.S.U. Council . . The connecting link between the student and the church is the B. S. U., whose ultimate purpose is the enlistment and activity of every student and faculty member in the religious activities of the school. Easter sunrise services. . . . vespers . . . morning watch . . . ' Singspirations ' — These have so enriched our spiritual lives. The Council was among the first to greet the students the day we arrived, and we shall not forget the many functions which they have sponsored — teas . . . banquets . . . carolling. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Sitting: Rebecca Kirbv Helen Goodwin Nell Collins LoRENE Sams Frances Campbell Rachel Jenkins Betty High Bettie Brickhouse Edith Steele Faye Tunmire Tn ' iniii} Union Director Sccrefary Social Chairman Pianist Chorister Y.W.A. President Sunday School Superintendent First Vice President Treasurer Second Vice President Standing: Alfred Lineberger R. N. Hardin Paul Comer Professor Stephen Morrisett Ministerial Band President Publicity Chairman President Sponsor 67 SitPHtN MORRISETT AND ThOMAS ReECE Rev. G. V Butch . . . THE MINISTERIAL BAND is a group of volunteers who take Christianity as the blue- print of their lives, and seek through programs of devotion, inspiration, and study to prepare themselves for definite service. During the year, a well-planned program of mission activities is carried on in the community with each member participating. MINISTERIAL BAND First row: Mr. Morrisett; E. Porter; E. Ballsieper; K. Shook; B. Wells; L. Chappel; L. Lane, Pianist; K. Snyder, Vice-President; A. Lineberger, President; J. Long, C mrister; M. Bridges; L. Snyder, L. Sams; M. McKiNNEY, R. Jenkins, F. Campbell; B. High; Mr. Reece. Second row: F. Tunmire; G. Roberson; L. Clodfelter; C. Miller; J. Brown; D. Morris; E. Morefield; S. La ' strence; J. Kinnaman; P. Comer; M. Morris; B. Wallis; D. Elliott; D. Morris. Tt ird row: C. Ostwalt; E. Carver; J. Falls; C. High; B. McMurray; M. BuRCtN; E. Cole; A. Single y; J. Starnes; N. Collins; E. Redding. foiirtlj rou: K. Archer; G. Rollins; R. Sullivan; C. Anderson; M. Windham; W. Whisenant; A. Hamrick. FiftI] row: D. Greene; C. Hall; F. Crisp; P. Norris; W. Monroe; J. Holland; H. Coble; R. Yarborough. 68 Mrs. J. D. Huggins Counselor Butch) Missionary Outlook . . . The aim of the Y. W. A. is to unite the young women of our campus in an enduring Missionary Enterprise through which they shall show forth the purity and beauty of the Christ-like character, living a radiant and convincing life in all social relation- ships. YOUNG WOMEN ' S AUXILIARY t mn First row: Mrs. Huggins; E. Lane; F. Tunmire. Second row: G. Staton, L Powell, B. Wells. Tliird row: B. Melvin; C. Lemmond; V. Phillips. Fourth roll ' : N. Collins, F. Campbell, D. Morris, C. Rhyne; L. Bridges. Fifth row: M. Melvin; B. High; E. Porter; L. Dedmon; M. Morris; B. Bowen; M. McKinney. Sixth row: G. Roberson; M. Cash; R. Jenkins, Prcsi- Jciit: D. PosTON, M. Padgett, A. Newton, L. Chappel. Chappel. Seventh row: D. Elliott; M. Price; W. Orr. Eighth row: R. Masten, A. Francis, D. Bostic, B. Brickhouse; J. Summey; D. Waters; G. Allen; L. Sams. Ninth row: E. Blanton; L. Clodfelter; H. Goodwin; E. Redding; C. Andrews; B. Wallis; R. Carlisle. Tenth row: M. Bridges, C. Ostwalt. 69 Mr. and Mrs. Gardner- Wehb Butch " Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove; Oh, no! it is an ever-fixed mark That looks on tcmpejt and is never shaken. " — Shakespeare When Dan Cupid darts his penetrating arrow into two lonely hearts then love does find the alter, but no alteration. Gardner- Webb has launched quite a few couples on the sea of matrimony during the past two years and there is still hope that she will launch a few more. When Christmas and spring comes, diamonds begin to flash. If you see a girl with that certain gleam in her eyes you can be sure its a re- flection of something she wears on that third finger, left hand. Singing Johnny Walker of Spindale, N. C, let Dan Cupid lead him half-way across the USA to middle-aisle it with Virginia Butts of Gainesville, Texas, on June H, 1947. Guy Hutchins married Janette Price of Gaffney, South Carolina in his own native city, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, June 8, 1947. The love-bug bit Audrey Smith of Lexington, North Carolina, last year when she was just a " Greenhorn " . So November 1, 1947 she married R. N. Hardin of Spindale, North Carolina. Lib Hutchins of Winston-Salem and Bob Grigg of Gastonia, North Carolina, found love in a jeep that rode right to the altar. (Jeeps can really travel, you know. A word to the wise is sufficient.) Dr. Dyer married the two in Winston-Salem, August 31, 1947. Cupid also shot his arrows into the hearts of others. Clyde Mc- Alister constantly cut his English classes and neglected his job as Bur- sar to journey to White Plains, N. Y., where he married Ann Lawrence February IS, 1947. Gene Washburn and Betty Jenkins married Novem- ber 20, 1946 in our own church. Marie Senter and Judson McGinnis, both of Lincolnton were married November 23, 1946. Now they are the proud parents of a baby daughter. Thelma Amis, Physical Educa- tion Instructor, married our football star, Carrol Raines, in Cliffside, August 28, 1947. Irvin Green married Meredith Hawkins in Gastonia, May 15, 1947. Charles Shaw married Lenna Mae Runyans June 1, 1947. Keep your chin up, ye bachelors and career girls! 71 Butch, a world citizen .... To bring about peace in a world torn with strife is the aim of the International Relations Cl ub. It is its belief that this peace can be achieved only by education, mutual tolerance, and good will. On November 5, 1947, this club sponsored a lecture by the Rt. Hon. Victor Yates, M. P., who brought us a picture of the food situation in war-torn Europe, and who, incidentally, convulsed us with his impersonation of Winston Churchill. In addition to sponsoring such prominent speakers, the club also works diligently in other ways for the welfare of the underprivileged people of the world. Rt. Hon. Victor Yates, M.P. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB fint roil-. John Long, PrenJcnt; Dean Terrell and Mrs. S. O. Trentham, Sponsors; Cecil Bolick, Vice President; Milton Windham, Secretary-Treasurer. Second row: F. Tunmire, L. Clodfelter, E. Ballsieper, L. Snyder, E, Grigg, R. Grigg, D. Stallings, C. Hall, R. Jenkins, B. Brickhouse. Third row: N. Collins, E. Redding, D. Morris, M. Burgin, S. Freeman, C. Raines, C. Anderson, R. Dieppa-Revera, O. Hammond. Fourt j row: E. Lane, R. Kirby, H. Goodwin, R. Sullivan, B. High, T. McGraw, J. Pettigrew, E. Monteith, K. Price, J. Edmonds. Fifth row: D. Morris, J. Smith, R. Carlisle, K. Snyder, A. Lineberger, F. Crisp, C. Swann, R. Yarborough, C. Wellmon, a. Singley. 72 First roiv: Dr. Dyer, R. Warlick, M. McKinney, D. Morris, L. Snyder, B. Brickhouse, E. Grigg, B. High, R. Jenkins, S. Freeman. Second row: R. Walker, C. Raines, R. Carlisle, E. Redding, D. Stallings, L. Phillips, R. Kirby, R. Grigg, C. Bolick, O. Hammond. Third row: F. Tunmire, M. Cash, J. Watkins, E. LooKADOo, N. Collins, C. Swann, R. Yarborough, B. Dillingham, K. Price, E. Lane. Fourth row: M. Bridges, H. Goodwin, A. Lineberger, J. Smith, K. Snyder, M. Windham, C. Wellman, C. Smith, J. Martin, C. Hall. Fijth row: ]. McGinnis T. McGraw, H. McManus, B. McMurray, R. Sullivan, P. NoRRis, J. Long, C. Mack, P. Gordon. Butch attends .... MENTAL HYGIENE SOCIETY Study .... Work .... Information .... Inspiration .... for the conservation of mental health .... for intelligent, trained lead- ership in the care of the mentally ill ... . for the promotion of beneficial legislation and cooperation with governmental and un- official agencies concerned with the promotion of mental hygiene. Dr. Robert Dyer Sponsor 73 4 SCIENCE CLUB S «,s;: E. Ballsieper, L. Snyder, B. High. Standing: C. Hall. Vicc-Presnlcnt; J. i:DMONDs, President; Mr. S. O. Trentham, Mr. Noel C. Carr, Mr. Hubert Dixon, Mr. Paul Stacy, Sponsors: E. Grigg, K. Price, Secretary-Treasurer; J. RoTAN, M. Windham, J. Smith, J. Falls, H. Mott, H. Teale, C. Swann. Butch experiments It IS the aim of the Science Club to do all in its power to promote the ardent, but clear-headed and unbiased, research the world so badly needs. Members are selected fcr their intelligence and hard work. This club is second only to the Marshal Club which is the honor society of Gardner-Webb. In spite of their hard wrrk, they can still find time to help with that all- important math or physics problem. Sponsors of the Science Club are Hubert C. Dixon, Paul J. Stacy, S. O. Trentham, and Noel C. Carr. 4 Biology Laboratory 74 Fint row: P. Comer, J. Lonc, E. Lane,- M. McKinnev, E. Grigg; Second row: E. Queen, B. Bridges, E. Redding, M. Bridges, R. Masten, E. Lookadoo; Third row: A. Linfberger, J. Spivey, J. Falls, B. High. Fourth roiv: R. Blanton, H. Thornton, Ethel Lancaster. Stuiidiii : Mr. Fisher. ENGLISH CLUB Butck an English Major. . . . The English Club is an organization composed of those students who plan to major in English. The club af- fords an opportunity for pursuing literary interests over and beyond the regular courses offered in college. I! BEN FISHER Sjumaor 75 i Butch knows the way to a mans heart . . . . EVELYN LYTTON Sponsor Butch was very much amused when the Evelyn Lytton Home Economics Club invited the football squad to a banquet prepared by their own little hands. This club is open to all stu- dents who are enrolled in Home Economics or who have had a previous course. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in and to ac- quaint the girls with opportunities in the field of Home Eco- nomics and to provide for fellowship among the girls. EVELYN LYTTON HOME ECONOMICS CLUB tint row: Lou Jean Dedmon, Secretary ami Treasurer; L rcella Cash, President; Margaret Morris, Vice-President; L. Lane, D. Hord, Martha Padgett, M. Hamrick, D. Bostic, Miss Lytton, Sponsor; M. Padgett, Mary Myers, L. Hendrick. Second rou: H. Jones, F. Atkinson, E. Redding, M. McKiNNEY, D. Morris, H. Goodw in, E. Porter, D. Elliott, E. Steele, D. POSTON. 76 Butch on the stage ... FROM DICKENS. " Christmas Carol " g, ff " ■ ALL. Merry Christmas! Uncle Scrooge! - — , Merry Christma-;! Tiny Tim! Vl TINY TIM. i And God bless us every one! 11 V Miss Francis Cuthbektson, Sponsor IIJHiiaiBBaBaBaMaMaaiHaMiBnMi DRAMATICS CLUB Scrooge Jim Spivey Tiny Tim Jimmy Robertson Ghost Don Roberts 77 ATHLETICS 79 I Butch at the kick-off Coach Wayne Bradburn Raines Co-Captain-Back Arndt Back Jones Captain-Guard BOLICK Back The Gardner- Webb football machine of 1947 is one that will remain in the memories of the Bulldog backers for years to come. Never in the history of Gardner-Webb College has such a football team been put on the gridiron. Under the very competent leadership of COACH WAYNE BRADBURN and his able assistant COACH REVIS FRYE, the Bulldogs had a record of five wins, two losses, and one tie. Percentages do not tell the true story. Let ' s take a look at the in- dividual performance of our players. It is always a most distasteful chore to have to single out one man, or maybe two or three, from a winning football team and say, " These are the best. " During the entire football season the great fort of the Bulldogs has been team play and an indomitable spirit. Each man on the team had his bad days; but more often, far more often, each had his good days. As we said before, it is always a distasteful chore to have to single out one man or maybe two, or three; so, we won ' t attempt to, because every man was dependent upon the other for his performance. CLYDE " RUDY " RUDISILL, 245-pound stalwart tackle from Maiden, N. C, was a mainstay in the forward wall. Rudy could always be counted on for that extra offensive block, but he never could find the page on which his homework was. LEON- ARD " OZARK " ICEEVER, 200-pounder from Gastonia, N. C, was always in there fighting, and could be heard " whispering " all over the campus. The guard positions were very capably handled bv CAP- TAIN NORRIS " PEE WEE " JONES and HARRY ' " DOC " PARKER. Pee Wee, a 165-pounder from Shelby, was well-noted for slipping into the opponent ' s backfield . . . and for " slinging 80 Ferdinand. " Parker, 18 8-poundcr from Maiden, N. C, was al- ways a giant on defense on the football field, but quickly became a giant on offense if called " Harry Lee. " The Bulldogs were very well supplied with flankers. On the left side were MAYNARD " GABE " AUSTELL, IRVIN GREENE, and BOB WILLIAMS! Gabe " What it ils " 170- pounder from Blacksburg, S. C. was a powerhouse on defense. Greene from Cliffside, N. C, played two years of fine football. Greene did most of our kicking off. Irvin is the guy who always wants to know " how much outs it is? " Williams, 170-pounder from Morganton, N. C, was a valuable man for receiving passes. On the right side was JOE " THE TOE " SHERRILL from Bryson City, N. C., and BOB HUMPHREY from Shelby, N.C. Sherrill was an excellent pass receiver and place — kicking specialist. Humphrey was also an excellent pass receiver and al- ways played a topflight defensive game. At the pivot post we had JOE SWING from Cliffside, N C, JOHN PETTIGREW, who played Freshman ball at Lees-Mc- Rae in 1946, and TYREE KISER from Bessemer City, N. C. Swing played two years at center and was a terrific line backer. Remember Joe ' s well-known recitation of " CASEY at the Bat? " Pettigrew, who hails from Charlotte, N. C, was a tremendous line-backer. . . . kept in shape by skipping rope in the attic of the Vet ' s Dorm. Kiser, who played for the 5 th Army Air Force while serving with Uncle Sam, centered the leather with per- fection. CLEMON " WHITEY " SMITH, 18 5-pound blocking back from Cramerton, N. C, was for two years a brainy signalman and a giant on defense. (Whitey, did you ever learn to sing with- out the music?) 1 J■ H 7 Coach Revis Frye Greene End Jenkins Tackk ' Smith Back Pettigrew Center 81 i m Smith Back Sherrill End Spivey End Kaiser Center LOWERV Back Freeman Back CO-CAPTAIN CARROLL RAINES, 175 -pound speedster from Cliffside, N. C, was a fine broken field runner as well as a good passer. JOHN ARNDT, 16 5-pound scat-back from Mt. Holly, N. C, was also an excellent broken field runner. CECIL " COT- TON " BOLICK was captain of G-Ws ' 46 football squad. Bo- lick, a 180-pound plunging back from Cramerton, N. C, boot- ed the ball in the Gay Nineties manner. How could we ever forget those loud socks and sport shirts? Alternating at the full- back position with Bolick was Gene Black, 190-pounder from Cliffside, N. C, who never did have any trouble driving through the middle of the line, but who always had difficulty driving in from Cliffside for his 8:30 class. LUTHER NORTON, 165-pound speed-merchant from Cullowhee, N. C, was a specialist on those reverses. In case any 82 of you didn ' t know it, that 1936 Ford that Bud Monteith drove all the time belonged to Norton. GROVER TAYLOR, 190- pound guard from Maiden, N. C, was as good as we had, both on offense and defense. Taylor said that he didn ' t have any statements for the press. Buck Page, who like Pettigrew, played freshman ball at Lees McRae in ' 46 was 168 pounds of rugged guard. SAM FREEMAN, 169-pound wingback from Lincolnton, N. C, played two years of superb football fcr the Bulldogs. Freeman never had any trouble throwing a good block on the gridiron, but had plenty of trouble with his " mechanical ad- vantage. " GENE SHELL, 210-pound tackle from Forest City, N. C., was a wolf on defense. Shell was another one who always had trouble making those 8:30 classes. ROY WEBB, 165-pounder from Cliffside, N. C., shared the quarterbacking duties with Smith. When " Denny " started taking voice lessons, we wond- ered if he would be successful . . . You guessed it. . . he was. Sho ' could sing " Ole Man River " well. BOB GRIGG, 220-pound tackle from Gastonia, N. C., was big and rugged on the foot- ball field, but he was pretty docile and meek when his wife was around. Last but not least, our managers . . . DON SPLAWN and JIMMY ROBERSON .... They both probably helped as much as any player to run up our impressive record. Don was always griping about broken cleats and asking, " Any of you guys got a match? " Jimmy, our lovable half-pint, was an excellent assistant to Don, always wanting to know, " How do you feel? " or " Do you want me to wipe your head off? " It was, taken altogether, a great season with some great players and if the signs are right, it may be even better next year. Jimmy Roui kson Mana; er TAYLOR Guard WILLIAMS End GRIGG Tackle AUSTELL End 83 PARKER Guard SCHEDULE JOLLY Guard SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER I 11 (. TON Back 20 GARDNER-WEBB BILTMORE 17 4 11 24 1 8 22 7 LEES McRAE 6 BELMONT ABBEY 15 BLUE RIDGE 13 E. M. L 3 5 BREVARD 27 MARS HILL 13 P. J. C. 13 19 6 2 13 13 BLACK Back " TOl ' CHncnX ' N! " GARDNER-WEBB TIES P. J. C. PAGE HULLENDER SWING Guard End Center WEBB CLINE NORTON HUMPHRY Back Guard Back End 85 86 SCRUGGS, HAMRICK, ROTAN, HULLENDER, SHERRILL, WILLIS, HUNT, BUSH, PAGE, BOLICK. Butch hits the basket BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1948 COACH WAYNE BRADBURN DEC. JAN. FEB. 3 CRAMERTON there 6 STANLEY here 10 OPEN 13 STANLEY there 17 CRAMERTON here 7 LEES McRAE there 10 SPARTANBURG here 14 MARS HILL here 17 BREVARD there 21 BELMONT ABBEY here (Pending) 23 WINGATE there 24 BELMONT ABBEY there (Pending 28 PFEIFFER here 31 OPEN 2 BILTMORE there 4 MARS HILL there 7 SPARTANBURG there 11 OPEN 14 OPEN 18 ' BREVARD here 21 BILTMORE here 2J PFEIFFER there 28 LEES McRAE there 87 i Butch at the hat . The Gardner- ' " ebb baseball nine ot 1947 played .500 ball, winning five and losing five. For many of the boj ' S it was their first season on the diamond in 4 or 5 years. Here ' s how we made out against our opponents. On April 8, we played our opening game in Shelby, going do ' wn before the Spartanburg Junior College nine, 6-3. Three days later Wingate paid us a visit and we met them in Shelby, but this time we managed to eke out a 7-6 win in 10 innings. Bill Metcalfe was the winning pitcher. Exactly a week later, we suffered our second defeat at the hands of a strong aggregation from Oak Ridge Military Acad- emy. The final score of this game, which was played in Chff- side, N. C, was 13-8. On April 2 5 we went en the road for the first time, journeying down to Belmont Abbey where we took a 9-2 beating. It wasn ' t the fault of either Zeb Lowerv or Roy Webb as each had a field day, garnering 3 for 4. Lefty Joe Hawkins, little portsider from Kings Moun- tain, N. C, took matters into his own hands on April 29 as he spun a neat 2-hitter at Pfeiffer Junior College, when we plaj ' ed in Cliffside. Although G-W gathered only 2 base knocks, they put these together with 2 bases on balls and manufactured 2 runs for their only shut out of the year. Everyone remembers the slugfest we had with our friends METCALFE FREEMAN WILLIAMS, WEBB FISH, SMITH from Brevard. This one was played over behind the high school on May 1. The score changed hands four times before we final- ly came out on the long end, 22-17. Bill Metcalfe was the win- ning pitcher. On May 6 we hit the road again, going down to Spartan- burg determined to even up the the season ' s series, and that is just what we did with the help of Bill Metcalfe again. Rill scat- tered 6 base hits as his mates were battering the Palmetto chunk- ing for 16 hits and 12 runs. The final score was 12-4. Three days later, still traveling, we paid our fellow Bap- tists down at Wingate a visit. We had hoped to make it two straight over them, but they had different ideas about it and gave us a 14-4 shellacking. Belmont Abbey came up on May 1 3 after their second victory, but was turned down as the old reliable Metcalfe let them down with 4 hits and 6 runs, while his mates crossed the rubber 12 times on 14 hits. On May 16 we took a mountain trip to Brevard, but the weather man came out victorious and we were rained out in the 3rd inning. The last game of the season was played at Pfeiffer, where we lost a heartbreaker by a score of 5-4. The team of 1948 will be coached by Revis Frye from Gas- tonia, N. C. The prospects of a great team are in the making. McGRAW AND COACH FRYE JOLLY BLACK, LOWERY RAINES AND MACK 89 i }A ROTAN BOB GRIGG OSCAR PADGETT Mil h ln u ialji-iaM BLT) " MONTEITH Butch sirnm o mean n •acket . CECIL BOLICK Coach and No. 1 The Gardner-Webb tennis team, beginning its sec- ond post-war year of competition, is expected to be stronger this year than last. Although unable to break into the win column in 5 conference starts last year, Gardner-Webb got an even break with Wingate, 3-3. Cecil Bolick from Cramerton, N. C., a student of G-W, who organized and coached the first post-war team will reappear again this year as coach and No. 1 man. Jay Rotan, also of Cramerton, will return to fill in his No. 2 position. Bob Grigg from Gastonia, N. C„ returns to fill his No 3 position. Oscar Padgett from Forest City, N. C, and Milton Windham from Roxboro, N. C, will fill in the 4th and 5th positions respectively Hugh " Bud " Monteith of Sylva, N. C, may bring up the rear, but don ' t let that fool you. He can still slap one down an opponent ' s throat if he ' s crowded. 90 Pint row: E. WASHBURN, D. STALLINGS,_ C. SMITH, R. WEBB, S. FREEMAN, Z. LOWERY, N. JONES, J. MARTIN, PRESIDENT. Second raw: T. McGRAW, H. MONTEITH, J. SHERRILL, C. BOLICK, J. ROTAN, SECRETARY-TREA- SURER, W. METCALF, VICE PRESIDENT. TbinI row: E. BLACK, J. SWING, E. GREENE, J. SCRUGGS, fmir h row: J. KIRBY, C. MACK, C. JENKINS. MONOGRAM CLUB Butch ets his letter . The Monogram Club, which was organized in 1946 by Coach Wayne Bradburn, is composed of the athletic lettermen of the campus. This year the club had as its major enterprise the sale of drinks, refreshments, and programs at all athletic con- tests held on this campus. The money derived from these sales was used to buy monogram sweaters for members of the club. 91 Butch applauds the Co-eds .... This course aims to give grace to each student through the development of fundamental skills. Correct posture is stressed and a part of each period is devoted to individual exercises. The rules and techniques of team and individual sports are learned. The main purpose of this course which is required by both freshmen and sophomores is to cultivate good sportsmanship. GIRLS ' ATHLETICS fi M. PADGETT, Ivt. McKINNEY, M. PADGETT, A. FRANCIS. D. ELLIOTT, M. BRIDGES, B. MELVIN, B. BOWEN, D. POSTON, F. CAMPBELL, M. MORRIS. MRS. CARROLL RAINES, hntnictor. 92 MAY DANCE BASKETBALL MAY DANCE 95 Butch has time to play . WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women ' s Athletic Association is the one or- ganization on our campus which deals primarily with physical fitness. Various intramural sports are planned for recreation and entertainment. All of the most popu- lar sports are included on our program such as volley ball, basket ball, horseshoes, hiking, badminton, skating, archery, and many others. The WAA has a point system by which one may earn seals or letters. A seal is earned by 2 50 points and a letter by 500 points. The WAA offers recreation, and entertainment, and helps to give a well-rounded personality. Vint row: D. SPANGLER, S. BLACK, E. LATTIMORE, B. HENDRICK, SANDRA, mmcot, M. PADGETT, B. BOWEN, B .MELVIN, R. JENKINS. Second row: E. REDDING, D. ELLIOTT, D. HORD, D. BOSTIC, pmklnit, D. POSTON, D. MORRIS, B. HIGH, M. MORRIS. Third row: A. NEWTON, H. GOODWIN, V. prcs., E. PORTER, A. I-RANCIS, M. PADGETT, A. TROUT, L. SAMS, M. McKINNEY, aecrefary. E. LANE. 94 Butch cheers Those yelling kids with lemons in their hands and plenty of pep and energy at every football game to give that winning team just what they needed to put ' em over the goal line for an- other G. W. touchdown— are our CHEERLEADERS. DORIS SPANGLER, DOUG STALLINGS, DOT BOSTIC, HAL MABRY, SUE BLACK, EMMETT LOOKADOO, DOT ELLIOTT. 95 96 FEATURES 97 I May Queen FRANCES WILLIAMS Union Mills, N. C. Johnny Walker Dot Fortenbury Thomas Shepherd CoTHENiA Jones Jack Hoyle Betty High Ed Robinson Margaret McKinnei MAY DAY 1947 William Beam — King Shelby, N. C. Rachel Jenkins Jeanne Beam Reeves Walker Jack Dover Frances Williams — Queen Union Mills, N. C. Dot Spangler Bettie Brickhouse Joe Swing Glenn Parris (ANICh RUNYAN DoT SPENCER AT GARDNER- WEBB COLLEGE 99 100 101 GARDNER-WEBB JUNIOR COLLEGE Devoted To Pre-professionaJ jnd Vocational Training of Young Men and Women BOILING SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA 102 Compliments of a Friend Mr. Dickson G. O. Moss Harry L Robertson Walter 5. Clayton Mrs. W. H. Haynes Compliments of . . . Kings Mountain Beverage Co., Inc. Bottlers of D-Lite Beverages and Whistle Orange Insisl On Ouality 2Jhe ( Jeit C oiti o irlore! Phone 374 Kings Mauntain, IV. C. 103 College Snack Shop " Sandwiches A Specialty " Student ' s Hangout Jim. Season, Mgr. Boiling Springs, N. C. 104 BRIDGES GROCERY Feeds and Fertilizer Zen Bridges Owner and Manager + Boiling Springs, North Carolina HAMRICK ' S REPAIR SHOP Electric and Acetylene Welding Automobile and Farm Equipment Repaired BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. Jack ' s Jewelry Store FINE WATCH REPAIRING Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware Jack B. Hughes, Jeweler Boiling Springs, N. C. CDmpliments of CRAWLEY ' S STDHES " Where Quality Tells and Price Sells ' Avondale Boilinq Springs IVarth Carolina 105 HAMRICK DRY CLEANERS Boiling Springs. N. C. Quality Cleaning Delivery Service Press While-U-Wait Hat Blocking Re-weaving Dying ' ' V e ' re Backing The Bulldogs " 106 THE COMMUNITY THEATRE y " We nng the Best of Entertainment to Boding Springs " Bailinq Springs Beauty Shop PillllJIhllti Miicbiiie — Mdcbindess — Coldmive Shjinpoos Cream — Oil — PLiin All Work Guaranteed Mrs. Floyd Hester Owner and Operator B J VARIETY SHOP Best Wishes to the Faculty and Students of G. W. C. Boiling Springs, N. C. VETERAN ' S GRILL SANDWICHES PLATE LUNCHES + GOOD COFFEE CURB SERVICE Boiling Springs, N. C. 107 Compliments of . . . BOILING SPRINGS MODERN CLEANERS Pick-up and Delivery Service Alterations Satisfaction Given Not Promised MOREHEAD.and TURNER + BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. 108 L onto lint enti of BELL STORES, INC, + Latlimore Mollis Shelby, Rt. 4 North Carolina Compliments of . . . ANTHONY and ANTHONY Real Estate and Mutual Insurance Telephone 248 + Gardner Building OLIVER S. ANTHONY Shelby, N. C. JOHN A. ANTHONY Mgr. Real Estate Dept. Mgr. Insurance Dept. 109 L otnniunenti Of . Hamrick and Bailey furniture and y nplianced Bnilinq Springs, IV. C. no ' Sa, St Will, 3L iverS Gilliatt ' s Florist and Greenhouses Phone 7-11 Shelby, N. C. Kester-GrDDme Furniture Campany Coiii[ih-tf Home Furnishings 108-110 North LaFayette St. Phone 432 Shelhy, N. C. Shelby ' s Newest Department Store Wholeheartedly Supports Gardner-Webb College HUDSON ' S 213-215 South LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C. Compliments of DOVER TEXTILE GROUP Shelby, N. C. WALL ' S FLORIST " Flowers For All Oansioiis " ♦ Pot Plants ♦ Corsages ♦ Funeral Designs Next Door to the College Campus Boiling Springs, N. C. G. C. McSWAIN GROCERY Gas and Dil Bailing Springs, N. C. GREENE ' S GARAGE Gawral Auto Rcpniriug Glass Installed Boiling Springs, N. C. Blanton ' s Barber Shop (Beit WiiLi to tudenh and Zracult Boiling Springs, IV. C. Compliments of Boiling Springs Skating Bink SKATING DAILY 6-10 SUNDA Y 1-4 Boiling Springs, IV. C. Martin and Fife Groc. Groceries + Meats Self Service Boiling Springs, N. C. 113 + + Comp iments of . . . Gastonia Sheet Metal Works, Inc. and Gastonia Comber Needling Company + + 114 Cleveland Building and Loan Association " Wf Help Folks Biiihi Hoim-i 110 West Marion St. Phone 1103 Shelby, N. C. J. L. SUTTLE, Jr. jfmurance of . ll J ' Kindi 110 West Marion St. Phone 1103 Shelby, N. C. CJ.HAMRICKandSDN ' SJnc. Boiling Springs, N. C. CLvJand Countu ' i Oldest Wiercantile Cstabililtment l 115 NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE OF SHELBY. NORTH (AROIINA South Washington Street Best Wish.es From. Our School To Your School T. W. HAMRICK CO. JEWELERS Diamonds + Watches Silverware SHELBY, N. C. BREWER ' S Bronii Built Shoes Johnny Beverly Shelbv, N. C. Best Wishes to Students and Faculty G. T. McSWAIIM " Oil The ' Comer " Xotians — School Supplies GroceriES and Meats Furniture — Radios Boilinq Springs, IV. C. U6 Compliments of Carson Sporting Goods Company Gastonia, North Carolina Distributors for Goldsmith -i- Wdson + Voit Athletic Equipment Compliments Compliments of of BARKLEYS FOOD STORE WARREN Y. GARDNER 318 N. Morehead St Gastonia, N. C Gastonia, N, C. 117 Compliments of . . . SAUNDERS DRY CLEANERS 319 East Franklin Street Phone 144 Gastonia, N. C. F. C. TODD, INC. TEXTILE SUPPLIES 1 • -r • • EAST FRANKLIN STREET GASTONIA. NORTH CAROLINA Compliiiunls of . Sweetland Candy Co. Gastania JMnrlh Carnliiia Ci)inpliiiicnt (if . . . THOMAS MOTOR SALES NASH SALES and SERVICE Phone 43 Gastania, N. C. SHELBY STUDIO High Grade Photographs Telephone 196 1391 2 W. Main St. G.istonia, N. C. GASTONIA RADIO and MUSIC STORE sheet Music and Rnvnlt 118 S. Marietta St. Gastonia, N. C. Complimi ' uti of . City Ice Cream Company Gastonia, IV. C. Gmipliincnts of . . . Carothers Funeral Home Ambulance Service Phone 599 Franklin Ave. at Marietta St., Gastania, N. C. 119 AL 1 O LOANS Your Carolina Company For Carolina Folks M ' nd J Carolina ' s Oldest Independent Finance Corporation Phone 413 215 East Warren Street Shelbv, N. C. NORRIS LACKEY MOTORS Chrysler - Ply mouth Cro5 .ley AUTO SALES and SERVICE METAL A ' ORK and 1 AINTING E. Sumter St. -Shelby , N. C .-Phone 400 Western Auto Associate Store WESTERN FLYER BICYCLE DAVIS TIRES - TRUETONE RADIOS V ASHING MACHINES SHELBY, N. C. 120 FRANCIS and WILSON GULF PRODUCTS GAS, OIL, TIRES, TUBES and ACCESSORIES WASHING and GREASING Phone 769 300 E. Warren St. Shelby, N. C. R. C. Lewis, Inc. Auto Parti and Tools Plate Glass — Window Glass Auto Glass — Fiirniture Tops 219 N. Washington St. Phone 1169J Shelby, N. C. Dixie Cream Glazed Danuts No Donuts Like Dixie Cream Doiiiits Dixie Cream Donut Shop E20 S. Washington St. Phone 1123 Shelhy, IV. C. HORD ' S CURTAIN SHOP Owned And Managed By Mrs, Lalyage Hord Rcom 8 Gardner Building Phone 782W Shelby, N. C. SANITARY IINCH Plate Lunckes Sandwiches and Cold Lunches Phone 606 209 South LaFayette St. Shelby, N. C. Piggly-Wiggly Super Market Self Service Shelby, N. C. 121 Compliments of . . . COHEN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE + + + SHELBY, N. C. HOTEL CHARLES NEW - FIREPROOF Shelby. North Carolina " Shelby ' s Newest and Best " DIANA SHOP Ladies Ready To Wear FOR WOMEN and THE JUNIOR MISS SHELBY, N. C. Hugh Jewelry, Inc. " Thf Hoiiw oj Pi ' ifecl Diiviioihls Je ' elr — Watches Rings — Diamonds Plione 876 2 E. Warren St. Shelby, N. C. 122 Shelby Cafe " We Serve Nothing But The BEST " Plate Lunches Short Order Steaks and Chops Good Coffee SOUTH LaFAYETTE ST. SHELBY, N. C. " IVEarly Everyhudy Buys Their Hardware Friim Washhiinis " + Shelby, IV. C. Rgx 125D Telephone 1D3B-R McSwain Venetian Blind Co. Custom AlijJi ' Bliiuh 816 W. Warren St. Shelby, N. C. N, P. BYERS C. II. McSWAIN Manager Owner Shelby Creamery Company Makers of the Celebrated SHELBY GILT EDGE CREAMERY BUTTER Phone 361 Shelby, N. C. CRYSTAL LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS PHONE 666 107 WEST AREY ST. + SHELBY, N. C Yoa Are Always Welcome at SMITH ' S DRUG STORE " A Carolina Institution " 4 EAST WARREN ST. SHELBY, N. C. 123 Comp iments of LUTZ FURN TURE COMPANY + SHELBY, N. C. SPANGLER and SONS TRANSIT-MIX CONCRETE Free Estimates Given On Any Work PHONE 665-R SHELBY, N. C. O. R FORD CO. Since 1888 Farm Machinery — Fertilizer Building Material SHELBY, N. C. I ALWAYS EAT Best ' s Bread BOST ' S BAKERY, INC. 124 Hardin Tractor and Eqnipment Company Ford Farming Hendquarlers Ford Tractor Dearborn Farm Equipment P. D. Bdx 104? Phone 1118 ?D3-?a5 IV. Washington St. Shelhy, IV. C. CLEVELAND GAS COMPANY PLUMBING and PIPE FITTING rjjiilrihittors jor ESSOTANE BOTTLED GAS Gas Ranges and Appliances Stoker Sales and Service Automatic Oil Burner Water Heaters Electric Appliances + Ironrile Ironers Bendix Home Laundry + Home Freezers R. W. Morris Carl E. Roberts PrcsiJcnt Gill Manager PHONE 919 SHELBY, N. C. Compliments of LUTZ-YEITON COMPANIES SHELBY and CAROLEEN 125 Compliments of M LLS DRUG COMPANY Cliffside, N. C. Sterling Drygoods Co. Home of HART, SHAFFNER and MARX CLOTHING Spindale, N C QUEENS GROCERY GROCERIES and MEATS GAS, OIL and TIRES Floyd A. Queen OWNER and MANAGER SHELBY -BOILING SPRINGS ROAD The Ballenger-Jackson Co. Dry Goods + Notions Ready-To-Wear Shoes Clothing etc. CLIFFSIDE, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Ben Franklin Store Spindale, N. C. The Spindale Food Store HOME of STAPLE MEATS and FANCY GROCERIES SPINDALE, N, C 126 Compliments of The Stamey Company where Quality and Prices Satisfy y Fallston and Polkville W. J. Dixon and Sons GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS APPRECIATED Fallston, N. C. Long and Orders Furniture Company LEONARD REFRIGERATORS and PHILCO RADIOS A SPECIALTY Spindale, N. C. The Goode Brothers Esse Station " Your Frievdly Esso Dt ' cilers " Spindale, N. C. PRUETT ' S GROCERY Gas and Oil Boiling Springs, N. C. 127 Youree-Crawley Chevrolet Co. Complete One Stop Service " For Alt That ' s Finest For Your Chevrolet " 218 East Warren St. Telephone 678 Shelby, N . C. SEAT COVERS - CUSTOM MADE Automobile Upholstering Truck Seats Rebuilt and Covered Convertible Tops Lee Wood ' s Auto Trim Shop BOX 561 PHONE 936-J 312 S LaFAYETTE ST. SHELBY, N. C. Canipe Electric Co. Hot Point Appliances + Lighting Fixtures PHONE iDS-J 814 WEST WARREN ST. SHELBY, N. C. Shelby Floor Covering Co. " Giiarantt ' ed Installation " Inlaid Linoleum - Wool Carpets PlasTile - Metal Molding Rubber Tile - Venetian Blinds Asphalt Tile - Wax Cleaners Linoleum Rugs - Custom Built Furniture TELEPHONE 936-M 312 S. LaFAYETTE ST. + P.O. BOX 1398 SHELBY, N. C. 128 CLEVELAND CLOTH M LLS + Manufacturers Fine Rayon and Si k Fabrics + Shelby, N. C. 129 UNION TRUST COMPANY of SHELBY and BRANCHES RUTHERFORDTON - FALLSTON FOREST CITY - LAWNDALE ELLENBORO - SPINDALE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Banking + Insurance + Trusts THE SHELBY DAILY STAR Clfirlaiui County ' s Nenspaper Sim-e 1894 Publishers and Job Printers Lee B. Weathers, Puhlisber Holt McPherson, MaiMfing Eiiitor Henry Lee Weathers, Business ALuLi er THE CLEVELAND TIMES Cleveland County ' s Home Newspaper PUBLISHING PRINTING ENGRAVING PHONE 898 224-226 E WARREN ST. SHELBY, N. C. We Iny ' de GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE 7o Make Friends at BELK-STEVENS CO. " Shelbys Shopping Center ' Your Store 130 Motorcycles Crotfs Indian Sales Specializing In All Kinds Of Motorcycle Repairing Telephone Day 1308-W Night 1244-W Located In The Brown-Hopper Building 944 E. Marion St. Shelby, N. C. SHELBY SUPPLY COMPANY General Mill Supplies and Hardware PHONE 120-121 222 N. LaFAYETTE ST. + SHELBY, N. C. Snow Flake Laundry " Shelby ' s Leading Laund.y " PHONE 591 EAST GRAHAM SI SHELBY, N, C. Kiser Feed and Seed Co. PURINA CHOWS SPARTAN FEEDS CHICKS Phone 1008 133 W. Marion St. - Shelby, N. C 131 Compliments of . . . Tyner Motor Company Kaiser — Frazer — Packard Phone 1258 " Home of Golden Rate Service " 311-313 East Marion St. Shelby, N. C. BRIDGE ' S AUTO PARTS " Your NAPA Jobber is a Good Man to KNOW! " V " Phone 585 129 West Marion St. Shelby, North Carolina 132 Hotel Cab Company West Side of Hotel Charles New Packard Cabs " For People Who Care " All Passengers Insured 18 Hours Service Phone 9150 120 West Warren St. Shelby, N. C. 113 Compliments of BELMONT DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE Phone 375 BELMONT, N. C. Compliments of HENDERSON BROTHERS GROCERY LOWELL N. C, Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Francis Belmont, North Carolina Featherston ' s Cash Grocery R L, FEATHERSTON, Manager Quality Groceries + Fresfi Meats Pfione 2124 405 E. Catawba St. BELMONT, N C Compliments of OSTWALTS CAFE A Good Place To Eat BELMONT, N. C Compliments of W. H. and D. P. STOWE COMPANY FURNITURE FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS BELMONT, N. C 134 Lily Mills Company Threads ♦ Cottons ♦ Yarns Shelby, North Caroh ' na Carolina Made " CaroiLna ' s Finest Flour " Eagle Roller MillCo Shelby, North Carolina 135 MORGAN and COMPANY RETAIL and WHOLESALE Feeds — Seed — Fertilizers GINNERS and BUYERS Cotton — Cottonseed Cotton Products PHONE 345-3003 114-116 S. MORGAN ST. SHELBY, N. C DIXIE HOME SUPER MARKET SOUTH WASHINGTON ST. SHELBY, N. C. Yoa are always Welcome at Cleveland Drug Co. WALGREEN AGENCY PHONE 64 SHELBY, N. C Spangler ' s Realty Company REAL ESTATE Phone 827-W S. Washington St SHELBY, N. C. " LAUNDERETTE " SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY Phone 864-XJ + 104 Gidney St. SHELBY, N. C BOLT ' S DRUG STORE Drugs - Sundries " We Fill All Prescriptions " Phone 466 -Shelby, N. C. 136 Efird ' s De ' partment Store " WE OUTFIT ALL THE FAMILY " 214 S, LaFayefte St, SHELBY, N. C Shop Here For Better Values EAGLE ' S SHELBY, N. C. Compliments of CAMPBELL DEPT. STORE Phone 161-196 Shelby, North Carolina Pilot Life Insurance Company Greensboro, N. C. Special Agents FORREST HAMRICK Shelby, N, C CARL RAY WEBB Shelby, N. C. C Wm. WEBB Shelby, N. O A, L JOLLY Boiling Springs, N. C J. W. LUCAS Mooresboro, N. C. W. P. DORSEY Rutherfordton, N. C. C. R. Webb, General Agent Shelby, N. C. 137 Compliments of Stamey ' s Barbeque LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA YATES ' GROCERY FANCY GROCERIES and PRODUCE 215 COTTON GROVE ROAD LEXINGTON, N. C PAUL WEBB and SON THE REXALL STORE Drugs, Pamts, Seeds and Toilet Articles PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Phone 21 - Shelby, N C. Compliments of Double Cola Bottling Company SHELBY, N. C Best Wishes from SUNLIGHT LAUNDRY " Let Our Phone Line Be Your Clothes Line " Genuine Dry Cleaning Phone 428 Corner Fourth and Greensboro St. Lexington, N. C. Eat Blue Ridge Ice Cream Phone 182 BLUE RIDGE PRODUCTS COMPANY Shelby, N. C. 138 LUTZ-AUSTELL FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 33 + Shelb , N. C. Save Every Day at SUTTLE ' S DRUGS Carolina Dairy GRADE " A " MILK AND IT ' S PRODUCTS Flavor-Rich ice Cream PHONE 125 SHELBY, N, C Compliments of SHELBY HOTEL and DINING ROOM In The Heart of Shelby Shelby, North Carolina 139 It Costs Less At STERCHI BROS. South ' s Largest Home Furnishers Shelby + Kings Mtn. Forest City FIRST NATIONAL BANK SHELBY, NORTH CARCLINA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System Serving Cleveland County Since 1870 Office Furniture Business Systems Adding Machines Typewriters G E Appliances LEE S HOME and OFFICE SUPPLY Phone 853 Shelby, N. C. School Supplies Books ' Gifts Stationery Greeting Cards 140 SOUTH LoFAYETTE STREET PHONE 788 SHELBY, N. C. Mayhew Restaurant (Formerly Crowder Restaurant) SPECIALIZING IN WESTERN STEAKS, CHICKEN, AND ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD Open 6 A. M. to 10 P. M Closed on Sunday 111 W, Warren St. + Shelby, N. C State Theatre " Shelby ' s Popular Playhouse " 141 Your 1948 Anchor Photographer harlen lerai lu on Gastonia, N. C. for Your Enjoyment and Our Pleasure We Present The 1948 ANCHOR YOUR ANCHOR STAFF 142 " When a book raises your spirit, and inspires you with noble and manly thoughts, seek for no other test ot its excellence— It is good, and made by a good workman. " d ruuere Many good workmen have cooperated in the making of this book. It is a good book. iBBB The Ddwd Press ANNUAL AND PUBLICATION PRINTERS 114 WEST BLAND ST. CHARLOTTE, N.C. 1340 N5 1-44 v .€ « -« -BHSBO— — N 5IIE PiAN FOR- GARDNER- WEBB COLLEGE - BOILING r Smm " G A R D N E R-W EBB PLANS FOR THE FUTURE ' . J H v.; ' ' Air vsMwerjoNcu «. conauM -.--. II- - I II
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