Gardner Webb University - Web / Anchor Yearbook (Boiling Springs, NC)
- Class of 1951
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' iAK ' ii rTspt, rk }J xrRX yv ■. o-v - v : ■ I-VTIIHI I For God and Humanity FOREWORD In this Anchor is contained your memories for the school year 1950-5 1; your achievements and disappointments, your friends, your work, in short — your college. Where you learned how better to serve God and humanity. Remember this learning and this college and be faithful to both. fn i»»i» fi f »i»» iv ««? ' i ' s«,i5» ' Uaa ' xiias DEDICATION To Dr. Robert Allen Dyer, Director of Guidance, for his aid and inspiration to each and everyone of us — we humbly dedicate the 1951 Anchor. t ' i, d .. ' v . IX. atfWSjfti a ; jft-jfeR3cg ' 9g3ji- ;iKJ3r j3 -fl :m Si sMm mi. The Boiling Springs Baptist Church is a definite part of the college. This tie with the local church gives the student spiritual fellowship which he would otherwise miss while he is away from home. The church and college work together in order to better serve the students and the community. ' ' i« auii;dX! K ' t- t " . Ul v ' W |l COLLEGE tNj ' :Kx i.ms mi€m:-LiKwms: ' m smsm mm S mmmp E. B. Haitir ck Building OUR Cafeteria — rear view O. Max Gardner Building ■rf i»i,, if iiH!Wj«.i: itto: IV. ' fiVfl Girls ' Dormitory CAMPUS Washburn Memorial Build nig .feg = i f :fta rJ ic:gt 3g K s f. ' Decker " Hall — Boys ' Dormito r AND VIEWS AT tt .jih _jjg7_ The Infirmary 10 Huggins-Ciirfiss — Boys ' Dormitory GARDNER-WEBB The Temporary Library 11 ■i X ' ± ' i t m m ; mm mi m S0Mm ,M mi. Phillip Lovix Elliott Pvcudcnt SM »M1 K»S1U] A ' ;«««! Ben C. Fisher Exec u five Assistant to the President ADMINISTRATION Mable Starnes Dean of Women J. Y. Hamrick Dean of Men 13 ' ! - :Sa «aaKK«W, 14 ADMINISTRATION Charles Wayne Bradburn Physical Education and Coach Hubert Conrad Dixon Mathematics Robert Allen Dyer Psychology and Religion Mrs. Mary Dyer Voice Norman Harris Physical Education and Coach - qirTr!t: Hj.Knsn ' i WJ-i up ywrf ww Sl " ika«X 1951 Garland Hendricks Church Rural Coniu unify Dfi I ' loliuifuf Dorothy Jones Organ S. L. Lamm Religion Santeord Martin, Jr. English Abbie Cathrine Miller Piano Saranan Morgan Physical Education 15 Bs mmm . ;rf i£i i..M:i. : ADMINISTRATIOiN James Stephen Morrisett Religion M. A. MOSELEY Natural Science Elma Harper Pollock Rofiiaiicc Languages Paul John Stacy Natural Science ' William F. Troutman Social Science Eugene W. Vosecky Commerce 16 ' »2 ' - ' " 4i» »■»»»»«»• ■ ;, ■-. IP ii I WH ■ ■K ' -VC i n « ' «1« PJ»» -- 1951 Ltlla Ermine Watkins Connni ' rce Cleo Wethrow Hour ' Economics Carolyn Lamar Wray Library Science Leonard Ancel Allen Custodian Frank Richardson Biirsur Mrs. Dorothy W. Hamrick Registrar 17 -d i T.U-iia i rh 1 JA •J-:i:yamm ' mmmmmfmm ADMINISTRATION WiLLARD WVAN WaSHBURN College Phyiieian Mrs. Jane Putnam Jolly Niine Mrs. Bessie Atkins Huggins Counselor for Girls Janie Belle Odom Dietitian Alma Love Wise Secretary to President Mrs. J. D. Shytle Counselor for Boys n BB CLASSES V . 4ti- ' A ' ., ' J 5 SOPHOMORES OFFICERS Alfred Homesley PraiJent Beth White Vice-President Alice Swann Treasurer S 20 i ■if H Ki William Coleman Abernathy Troutman, N. C. SonllOmorPS Thomas LeRonne Abernathy Shelby, N. C. Day Student Shirley Jean Allen Boiling Springs, N. C. VJardncr- WeDD " ]eanny " Swimming and Basketball . . . Music . , . Gardner-Webb Herbert Joe Anthony Shelby, N. C. Margaret Iris Atkinson Hampstead, N. C. " Irh Maye " Writin ' to State . . . Secretary W.A.A. 1; May Court 1; Home Coming Sponsor 2. Noble Lee Ball Swannanoa, N. C. Basketball 1, 2. 21 . j45 j:t :M-fv6! :A ' Mrj i i:3t32a Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Sara Christine Blanton Shelby, N. C. " Honis " Singing . . . Religious Education . . . Carson-Newman . . . Secretary B.S.U. 2; Marshal 2; Marshal Club 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1, 2; Chorist 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; Chorist 1, 2, W.A.A. I; Home Economics Club 2; Choir 1, 2. Carl Rav Bradley Forest City, N. C. " Ciizz " Sports . . . Law . . . Wake Forest . . . Day Student. Troy Dean Bridges Kings Mountain, N. C. Wayne Crowell Bridges Rutherfordton, N. C. Carson-Newman . . . Choir 1,2; President Science Club 2; Mental Hygiene Society 2. Charles Hurst Burgin Waynesville, N. C. " Charlie " Playing Uke and singing . . . Dentist . . . Carolina. Jimmy Dale Cannon Cliffsidc, N. C. " lim " Jerking sodas, working in lab, dating . . . Pharmacy . . . University of North Carolina . . . Day Student . . . I.R.C. 2; Science Club 2; Day Student Council 2; Mental Hygiene 2; Anchor Staff 1. 22 » William Thomas Barrow Mayodan, N. C. " Tommy ' ' Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Football 2. Cora Ray Beam Shelby, N. C. " Corie " Appalachian . . . President of Government Association 2; Active Marshal 2; Marshal Club 2; Home Economics Club 1; Glee Club 1; Student May Day Director 1; Student Director of " Taming of the Shrew " 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2; Choir 2; W.A.A. 1. Marion Wilson Benfield, Jr Casar, N. C. " Murrin " Life . . . Journalism . . . Carolina . . . Pilot Staff, Editor-in-Chief 2; Marshal Club 2; Marshal 2; Sigma Pi Alpha President 2; House Council 2; Science Club 2; I.R.C. 2; Dramatics: " Taming of the Shrew " 2; Sophomore Superlative 2; Homecoming Escort 2. Billy Eugene Biggerstaff Shelby, N. C. " B ' SSy " Engineering . . . N. C. State . . . Day Student . . . Science Club 2. Wentfrey Eldred Billings Lomax, N. C. Basketball 1, 2. Anglea Crawley Black Avondale, N. C. " Angie " Writing to Nelson . . . Secretary . . . Day Student. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 23 Bl Mdd . ,$ mM . I , ■j ' ii t ' smm?mmim ms i i mmmmmfi Sophomores at Gardner - Webb jAMts Ray Carnes Cramerton, N. C. " Chili " Engineering . . . U.N.C. . . . House President 2 Editor Anchor 2; Football 2. Iris Love Champion Earl, N. C. Art and Sewing . . . Teaching . . . W.C.U.N.C. . . . Y.W ' .A. 2; W.A.A. 1; Home Economics Club 2. Ellen Lounette Clary Gaffney, S. C. Writin ' to Red . . . Bookkeeper . . . W.A.A. 1 ; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Anchor Staff 2. Marion Alexander Conrad Shelby, N. C. Harry Gene Cornwell Shelby, N. C. Barbara Ann Davenport Mount Holly, N. C. " Bob " Teaching . . . W.C.U.N.C. . . . Secretary I.R.C. 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Marshal Club 2; B.S.U. 2. 24 Raymond Luther Dellinger Gastonia, N. C. Martha Jean Devlin Canton, N. C. Collecting Recipes and Sewing . . . Religious Education . . . Carson-Newman . . . Science Club 1; Secretary 2; Y.W.A. 1, President 2; Home Economics Club 1,2; W.A.A. 1; Volunteer Band 1, 2; B.S.Y. Council 2; Pilot Staff 2. Edward Donald Dixon Gastonia, N. C. " Shad " Hunting and Fishing . . . Teaching . . . State . . . Football 2. James Otis Dunn Linwood, N. C. Doris Lavne Early Forest City, N. C. Photography and collecting pictures . . . Secretary or Photography . . . Day Student. Grace Ethel Edgerton Rutherfordton, N. C. " Etchie " Singing and collecting pictures . . . Teaching . . Limestone . . . Day Student . . . Day Student Council. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 25 I BIB BHBHKi . xi . ' M iifi Mif i.i.u ' . itT i imr Sophomores ' ' " - ' ' ' " ■ " ° ■ ■ g-,,.; " ' ' ' " - ' - - Dancing . . . U.N.C. . . . Homecoming Escort. at Clarexce Neil Everhart Winston-Salem, N. C. _ J_.p _ p|-»]-« Hunting and Fishing . . . Christian Service . . . Southern Baptist Seminary . . . Day Student . . . B.S.U. Council 2; Christian olunteer Band 1, 2. Edgar Bryan Gillespie High Shoals, N. C. Wake Forest . . . Marshal Club 2; Marshal 2; Science Club 2. Nell Grantham Marietta, N. C. Reading . . . Teaching . . . E.C.T.C. . . . Marshal Club 2; House President 2; Superlative 2; Pilot Staff, Associate Editor 2; Porthole Staff 1; Y.W.A. 1; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2; House Council 1, 2; Sigma Phi Alpha 2. Polly Anne Greene Ellenboro, N. C. Swimming . . . Secretary . . . Day Student. Doris Christine Grigg . . Gastonia, N. C. Playing the Piano . . . Music . . . University of Louisville . . . B.S.U. Council 2; Choir 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1,2; Marshal Club 1,2; Christian Volunteer Band 2; Sophomore Superlative 2. 26 Mable Elizabeth Hamrick Mooresboro, N. C. Teaching . . . Day Student . . . Sewing, Reading . . . Meredith . , . Home Economics Club 1, 2, Secretary- Treasurer 2; Vokmteer Band 1. Millie Alberta Hamrick Shelby N C " A " Music . . . Wake Forest . . . Day Student. Robert Benjamin Hamrick Shelby, N. C " Bob " Hunting . . . Commerce . . . Lenoir-Rhync . . . Day Student . . . Football 2. Julia Mae Hancock Franklinville, N. C. " ]ulic " Sports . . . Teaching . . . Catawba . . . Class Officer 1; Y.W.A. 1,2; Marshal 2; President, I.R.C. 2; Marshal Club 2. Michael Asbury Harrelson Waco N C " Waco " Outdoor and telling jokes . . . Korea . . . Carolina or Catawba. Arnold Max Harris Boiling Springs, N. C. " Bngi " Shooting the bull . . . Teaching . . . Appalachian . . Day Student. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 27 i jussmaam . f ffi y i. ; J? tf 3KOg3f; ? T3 Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Wade Maxwell Harris, Jr MoorLsboro, N. C. " Diih " Sports . . . Accountant . . . Wake Forest . . . Baseball 1, 2. Charles Wesley Hicks Ramseur, N. C. " Charlie ' ' Milton Lee Higdon Franklin, N. C. " Red " Ping Pong . . . Carson-Newman . . . Baseball 1 ; Football 1 , 2; iMonogram Club 2; Science Club 2; Mental Hygiene 2. Walter Foster Hill, Jr Spring Hope, N. C. Robert Neale Hoffman Gastonia, N. C. " Dr. " Hoffman Women . . . " just looking around " . . . " Intern " . . . Appalachian. Alfred Smith Homeslev Stanley, N. C. " Rabbit " Fishing and Hunting . . . House President, Huggins-Curtis 2; Sophomore Class President 2; Monogram Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, " 2; May Court 1; Superlative 2. 28 Mary Frances Howard Statesville, N. C. " Little ' ; « " Dancing . . . Teaching . . . Duke . . . Vice President Freshman Class; Cheerleader 1, 2, Chief 2; " Our Town " 1; May Court 1; House Council 2; Sigma Phi Alpha 2; Secretary-Treasurer; Associate Editor Anchor; Mental Hygiene 2; W.A.A. 2; I.R.C. 2. Bobby Edward Howe Shelby, N. C. Day Student. Charles Ray Howell Waynesville, N. C. " Angel " Sports . . . Physical Education . . . Furman . . . Football 1,2; Monogram Club 2. HoYT B. HowiNGTON Boiling Springs, N. C. Stamp Collecting . . . Commerce . . . Carson-Newman . . . Day Student. Donald Ray Huskey Avondale, N. C. Day Student . . . Basketball 2. Lewis Clark Jackson Bessemer City, N. C. Cheerleader 2. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 29 ■r u Ti . ■ Sophomores at Gardner - Webb RuFus Oates Johnson Gaffney, S. C. Da ' Student. Edviin Ray Jones Gastonia, N. C. " Ed " Horses . . . Dentist . . . Football 1, 2. ToRRENCE Milton Jones Charlotte, N. C. " Terry " Carolina . . . Football 1, 2. Charles Ronald Kiser Cherryville, N. C. " Scoop " Radio . . . Journalism . . . Wake Forest . . . Monogram Club 2; Pilot Staff 2; Anchor Staff 2. Elizabeth Ann Lancaster Shelby, N. C. Appalachian . . . Music . . . Day Student . . . Y.W.A.; W ' .A.A. 1. Evelyn Lenora Leigh Shelby. N. C. Photography . . . Religious Education . . . Carson-Newman W.A.A. 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Choir 2; Chairman of Costume Committee for " Taming of the Shrew " ; Christian Volunteer Band 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2; Kings Mountain Associational Pageant 2. 30 i dl Rachel Ann Lemons . . . " Rachel " . . . Shelby, N. C. Collecting post cards . . . Teacher . . . Appalachian . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2; Program Chairman 2; Sigma Phi Alpha 2; Dramatics Club 2; Kings Mountain Associa- tional Pageant, 2. Marion Thomas Linebercer . . . " T " . . . Alexis, N. C. Raising flowers . . . Ministry . . . Baylor University . . . B.S.U. Council 2; Glee Club 2. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Juan Lopez ' ' Johnny " .... Caguas, Puerto Rico Eugene Wesley Lowery . . " Fatman " . . Charlotte, N. C. Dramatics . . . University of South Carolina . . . Dramatics Club, Cheerleader 2; " Our Town " 1; " Taming of the Shrew " 2. Rutherfordton, N. C. Ramona Jane McBrayer . " Motia " Playing piano and reading . . . Educational Director . . . Wake Forest . . . Glee Club 2; Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2; Christian Volunteer Band 2; Greater Council 2. Leslie James McDaniels . . " Mac " . . Winston-Salem, N. Lookin ' at womin ' . . . Radio Announcer . . . U.N.C. . . . Radio Department Program Director 2; Marshal Club 2; Dramatics: " Night of January Sixteenth " 1; " Our Town " 1; " Taming of the Shrew " 2. 31 Om iiH Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 1 Fred McFarland Ellenboro, N. C. Da) ' Student. James Edison McGinnis Grover, N. C. Sherman Carl McKixxey Marion. X. C. " Mack " Radio and Photograph) ' . . . Radio Engineering . . . Valparaiso Technical Institute . . . I.R.C. 2; Mental Hygiene 2. Carolyn Lucille McSwain Lattimore, N. C. Day Student. Theresa Mae McSwain Kings Mountain, N. C. " Theresa Jane " Collecting pictures . . . Teaching . . . Elon . . . Home Economics Club 2; Y. .A. 1, 2. 32 Robert Eovi-ARo Maunev Shelby, N. C. Day Student . . . Football 1, 2. Dorothy W. Mave Morganton, N. C. " Dof Reading . . . Missionary . . . Day Student. Joseph Benett Mave Drexel N C " ]oe " Reading . . . Ministry . . . Carson-Newman . . . Day Student. Lillian Claudia Mavnard Yadkinville, N. C. " Claitdii ' ' Welfare Worker . . . Appalachian . . . Christian Volunteer Band 1,2; B.S.U. Council 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; House Council I, 2. Faye Smith Miller Jefferson, N. C. Writing . . . Teaching . . Wake Forest . . . Day Student . . . I.R.C. 2. JiMMiE MiZE Belmont, N. C. " Jim " Listening to good bop . . . Business . . . Wake Forest . . . Chore 1, 2; B.S.U. , Choister 2; Christian Volunteer Band. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 33 W gWBQWTftfeV " a— mBmoBm Sophomores at Gardner - Webb i i Gilbert Morgan Moni-rado Spindalc, N. C. Day Student. Oliver Grady Morehead, Jr Summerville, Georgia " Ogi- Wake Forest . . . Medicine . . . Basketball Officiating . . . Anchor Staff 2; Science Club 2; May Court 1; House Council 2. Charles William Morton Huntersvillc, N. C. Basketball 1, 2. John Herman Motsinger Winston-Salem, N. C. Minister of Music . . . Wake Forest . . . Choir 1, 2; Christian Volunteer Band; Glee Club. Agnes Juanita Mull Lake Lure, N. C. Secretary . . . Secretary Student Government Association 2; House Council 2. Thomas Robert Mullinax Cartersville, Georgia " Midley " Collecting pennies . . . Ministry . . . Mercer University . . . President Volunteer Band 2; B.S.U. Council 2; Assistant Business Manager Pilot Staff 2; Mental Hygiene Club 2; Choir I; Marshal Club 2. 34 r _ , w 1 Peggy Gerringer Newton Forest City, N. C. Secretary . . . Day Student. Tommy Newton Forest City, N. C. Day Student . . . Baseball 1. Perry Milton Noblitt Shelby, N. C. Something in field of Chemistry . . . Wake Forest . . . Day Student . . . Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 2; Student Govern- ment; Day Student President 2; Marshal Club 2; Monogram Club 1,2; Science Club 2; Superlative 2. Grover Clifford Owens Forest City, N. C. Day Student. Leon Julisu Pinkston Fayctteville, N. C. " Vinky " Wake Forest . . . Football 1, 2, Co-Captain 2; Monogram Club 2; May Court 1. Bailey Lomax Puryear Virgilina, Virginia Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 35 B ttiriiiBiiifla i j;dmu ; m ' K 1 y .M m:f m3 mmmm Sophomores at Gardner - Webb i 1 Betty Jane Putnam Shelby, N. C. Sports . . . Accountant. Frances Neill Quinn Gastonia, N. C. " Fran " Making scrap books . . . Religious Education . . . Wake Forest . . . Y.W.A. 2; Christian Volunteer Band 2. Sara Lou Reece Joncsville, N. C. " Srwokic " Sports . . . Music . . . Meredith . . . Glee Club 1; W.A.A. 1; Volunteer Band 1, 2: Choir 2; Marshal 2; Superlative 2; May Court 1; Homecoming Sponsor 2. Dan Julian Roberts Lowell, N. C. Engineering . . . U.N.C. Don Richard Roberts Shelby, N. C. Cecil Henry Rollins ■ Greenville, S. C. " Speedy " Basketball 1, 2. 36 fsm % Martha Sue Scism Kings Mountain, N. C. " Susie " Reading and drawing . . . Commercial Teacher . . . Appalachian. Hampton Lester Scronce Maiden, N. C. " Haifip " Hunting and Fishing . . . Day Student. Andrew Shelton Sealey Shelby, N. C. " Andy " Study of English writers and poets . . . English Teacher . . . Wake Forest or Peabody . , . Dramatics; Baseball 2; I.R.C. 2; Christain Volunteer Band 2. Charles Calvert Shelton Spartanburg, S. C. " Charlie " Music . . . Aviation . . , Furman University . . . Baseball 1; Dramatics. Curtis Abraham Sidden Joynes, N. C. Flossie Irene Slater Lewisville, N. C. Religious Education . . . Meredith . . . Christian Volunteer Band 1, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1; Home Economics Club 2: Glee Club 2. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb 37 M miml:» 3se s : m;m■cs l ' M : Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Bob Farrell Smith Shelby. X. C. Day Student; Football 1, 2. R. CHEL Smith Mount Holly, N. C. " PunkJn " Art . . . Typing . . . Religious Education . . . Mercer . . . Volunteer Band ' 1, 2; Marshal Club 2; B.S.U. CouncQ 2; Marshal 2; Superlative 2. Harry Wade Sparks Tampa, Florida " Sparkie " Music . . . Berea. James Carrol Stamev Lincolnton, N. C. " Sd7n ; ;;) " Music . . . Carson-Newman . . . President Freshman Class 1 ; Marshal 2; Vice President I.R.C. 2; Science Club 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1, 2; May Court 1; Superlative 2; Pilot Staff 2; B.S.U. 2; Dramatics Club 2; Mental Hygiene Club 2; Homecoming Escort. DuRR.ARD Brantly Stallixgs Spring Hope. N. C. James Mieton Sullivan Memphis, Tenn. " Frog " Shirley . . . University of Tennessee . . . Football 1, 2; President Monogram Club 2; Volunteer Band 1, 2. 38 -;A ' -: ' VN« i-j :. Thomas Jason Summers Forest City, N. C. Day Student. N. C. Alice Lee Swann Statesvi Sewing, reading, collecting recipes . . . Teacher . . . W.C.U.N.C. . . . Y.W.A. I, 2, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1; " Our Town " 1, Mrs. Soames; Home Economics Club 2; Mrs. Soames; Home Economics Club 2; B.S.U. 2; Class B.S.U. 2; Class Secretary -Treasurer 2. Patricia Keys Thompson . . " Honis " . . Statesville, N. Music . . . Teaching . . . Meredith . . . Sigma Phi Alpha 2; Science Club 2; Home Economics Club 1, President 2; Pilot Staff 1,2; Acting News-Editor 2; Choir 1,2; Mental Hygiene 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2. Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Alma Mae Thrift .... " Sis " .... Shelby, N. C. Reading . . . Teaching . . . Appalachian . . . Home Economics Club 2; I.R.C. 1, 2. Robert Clinton Vorus . . " Chizzer " . . Tampa, Florida Reading and listening to good music . . . Educational Director . . . Carson-Newman . . . Christian Volunteer Band. Billy Rudolph Wardell . . " Rudy " . . Cramerton, N. C. Doctor . . . Hunting and Fishing . . . Wake Forest . . . Marshal Club; Mental Hygiene 2; Football 1, 2. 39 assiiai llTt m I Sophomores at Gardner - Webb Ernest Rocheele Whelchel Gaffney, S. C. Day Student. Joyce Elizabeth •« ' hite Rutherfordton, X. C. ' ■Be " Collecting stamps . . . Teacher . . . Appalachian . . . Y.W.A. 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2; Choir 1,2; Volunteer Band ], 2; " .A.A. l; Vice President Sophomore Class 2. Vera Jeanette Whiteside Spindale, N. C. " Josey " Collecting pictures and music . . . Teaching . . . Bob Jones University . . . Day Student. Paul Anderson Whitley Huntersville, N. C. Bobby Winfred WnrrLOCK Gastonia, N. C. " Padlock " Collecting pictures . . . Ministr) ' . . . Carson-Newman . . . Choir I; Glee Club 2; Volunteer Band 1, 2. Frank William Wilson Gastonia, N. C. " Willie " Ping-pong . . . Ministry . . . Carson-Newman . . . Baseball 1; B.S.U. 2; Christian Volunteer Band I. 2; Greater Council 2. 40 ms Mavis Sara Wortman Casar N C Robert Steele Wright Shelby, N. C. " Bob " Just living . . . Engineering . . . Wake Forest . . . Superlative 2; I.R.C. 2; Science Club 2; Pilot Staff 2; House Council 2. William Roger Wright Cramerton, N. C. " Vigitrci " Electrical Engineering , . . Belmont Abbey 1; Football 2; Basketball 2. Doris Evelyn Young Woodsdale, N. C. Reading . . . Teaching . . . W.C.U.N.C. . . . Y.W.A. 1, 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1, 2; House Council 2; W.A.A. l ' . Sophomores at Gardner -Webb 41 B Stttti BSaH HB 7 MiPMiLm-immi:iimLm m mk s. enior Nell Grantham Robert Wright Alfred Homesley Sara Reece Doris Grigg Marian Benfield S uperia fii eJ Rachel Smith James Stamey MrLTON NOBLET Julia Hancock Agnes Mull Rudy Wardell ¥■ d Msm:m m - mm Ms m Where ' s the Rook? . . . Lil ' Atlas! . . . Sociahzing eh? . . . Going somewhere? . . . Guess who? . . . Wake up! . . . Petite? . . . W. V. Totum Pole . . . Patience . . . Mr. Freeman! . . . No! No! No! . . . Cute pup! . . Ga. dreamer . . . Subtle Hallites! . . . Pretty too . . . 44 fim! m mm!Mm PETTYJOHN LINCOLN TRANTHAM FRESHMEN OFFICERS Glenn Pettyjohn President Nancy Lincoln Vice President Jim Trantham Secretary-Treasurer 45 Ba ipA ' iV jii ' ifci --fl Kow One: Nancv Ann Abernath)-, Doris Marie Adair, Hoyle Bradley Alexander, Doris Jean Allen, Mary Frances Allen, Thurman " heeler Allred, Marjorie Annolene Barnes, Loren Marie Arrowood, Joann Bass. Kow Two: Alta Carolyn Beck, Hazel Ann Belcher, Leola Bettis, Bilh ' Elias Bingham, Glenn Francis Blackwell, Bobby Lee Blanton, Robert Kelly Bolick, Earl Bradford, Boyce Edmond Bridges. Kow Three: Jo Lena Bridges, Peggy Joan Bridges, Robert FLiram Brockman, Rebecca Jane Browning, Bobby Dennie Bruce, Joe Millard Bunn, Elbert lorton Carpenter, Roy " ilson Carson. Max Cecil Clampitt. Freshmen 1951 Kow Tout: Albert Flarper Cobb, Jr., Martha Jane Coffey, Eleanor Clara Cogdill, Joseph Mc ' ayne Cole, Elijah Davis Cooper, Barbara Anne Crow, John Ervin Dedmon, Shirley Jane Dedmon, Gerald Bobby Denny. Kow File: Forrest Elbert Denton, Jr., Kenneth Paul Dettmar, Glenn Alton Dover, Ebb Newton Dozier, Jr., David Russel Early, Jr., Floyie Harris Edgerton, Betty Ann Edwards, Eugene Bruce Elmore, BilUe Burnette Falls. 46 " xnvir»vx f(i m:i »i!» ' mm ' Vii? m " sSmmiimt A hMh ' H »V4W:• .■- Freshmen 1951 Row One: William Ernest Garrison, Jr., Kathryn Gentry, Allyn Douglas Gibson, James Monroe Gold, Kenneth Ray Grayson, William Harold Griffin, Benjamin Franklin Haddox, Lloyd Bryant Hales, Hoyt Mason Roberts. Roil Two: Martha Paulette Hawkins, MoUie Jean Hawkins, Charles Robert Heffner, Karl Yvonne Hines, William Stephen Holland, Kenneth Lee Hollifield, Richard Harry Hollifield, Jack Arlen Holt, Harold Reece Honeycutt, Jr. Row Three: Betty Joyce Hoover, Columbus Burwell Hopper, Mary Dorcas Howell, Devlin Sylvanus Huffstetler, Barbara Nell Huggins, Mary Helen Humphries, Bobby Kendall Huskey, Marie Christine Hyde, Margaret Elaine Jackson. Row Four: Margaret Faith Johnson, Carl Philo Jones, Peggy Love Jones, Joanne Kincaid, Vance Astor Kirby, Horace Cecil Kirkman, Amos Monroe Kiser, Jr., William Franklin Lattimore, Samuel LaFayette Lawing. Row Fife: Allen Lee Lawrence, Gaylord Leon Lehman, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, Thomas Max Linnens, Charles Donald Lowery, James Allen McAlister, Harvey Grimsom McElroy, Billy Gene McSwain, Julia Hester Martin. 47 SS Bssam B r-r f,ss c«a»i ' ' i« ' mmmik rM Row One: Jack Meacham, Jerry Allen Morrill. Peggv Allen Millen, Mary Dean Minges, Mrs. Joan Helton Mize, William R. Mize. Jr., Marcus Billy Morehead, Rachel .Ann Morgan. Freshmen 1951 Ron Two: Robert Max Morrow, X ' lnfred Gray Morrow, James Veda Moseley, Jr., Fredia Maxine Moss, Marv Ruth Moss, Hal Robert Mulkey, Martin Eugene Nichols, Grace Maxwell Nielson. Row Three: Bobby Vernon Nix, Phyllis Helen Noland, Evelyn Sue Norris, Geneva Juanita Osment, Collier Melzine Ostwalt, Jr., Viris Nadain Ostwalt, James Lee Painter, Richard Blaine Parham. Row Four: Bobby McCall Pettyjohn, Hugh Glenn Pettyjohn. John Blaine Pierce, William Harry Presslev, Gerald " ray Price, John Baptist Price, Harold Esley Queen, Charles Henry Rabon. Rou File: Robert Ray Rankin, Frances Ann Rhyne, Jack Ruben Hardin, Dorothy Jean Robertson, Harold Eugene Rodgers, Norma .Marquean Ross, Mrs. Bennaneal Monteith Sartain, James Perrv Sartain. 48 " np .•A»; ' ; -i» ' V ' ?w- ' ■ JS S SfSa MS SMSS- Freshmen 1951 Row Three: Samuel Boyce Travis, Rufus Ray Tugman, Doris Jane Upton, Amy Mariana Vance, Raymond Donald Wagner, Nancy Lucille Wall, Corbett Walters, James Robert Ward. Row One: Thelma Sawyer, Peggy Jeanne Sheppard, Ernest Lester Sherrill, Helen Joyce Shytle, Kenneth Ray Snyder, Richard Gray Snyder, James Clinton Spencer, Melvin Richard Spera. Ron Two: William Ray Sprinkle, Velma Carra Stamey, Anna Ehzabeth Stephens, William Allen Stout, Mary Elizabeth Suddrcth, Margaret Bailey Swann, Jonelle Teague, James Arthur Trantham. Row Four: John Osborne Ware, Eunice Evelyn Washburn, Harrill Gene Washburn, Wayne Bingam, Dan Oris Webb, Alton Huston Whitty, Wilma Jean Wilkie, Andrew Douglas Williams. Row Five: Polly Jane Williams, Jimmy Lafayette Williamson, Joan Patricia Withers, Mary Rose Womble, Donald Earl Woods, James Zebulon Wright, Rachel Jane Yarborough, James Lawson Yelton. 49 ssammssmmstmsmmmmk ■mm r- Ah, Rats! A Riot! . . . Prima donnas . . . Blitz . . . Take her away, please! . . . Hide, will you? . . . Utter exhaustion . . . Holding the bag . . . What ' s going on? . . . Oh, no! not again! . . . Nice escorts. Bob . . . Bucket 1 Don ' t take it so hard! . . . Forward march! . . 50 y iA S5iFmkW: ltf«WW3iSHfc««MR» ACTIVITIES K ' Wti ' h. K-- Every member of the student body is a member of the College Government Association. Its executive power is vested in the Student Council. The association is comprised of three main divisions: the Legislative Body, the Judicial Board, and the House Councils. These groups have executive, judicial, and legislative authority over the conduct of the student body. The purpose of this organization is defined in its constitution: " to afford students an opportunity to learn and observe the rules of community living, to promote re- sponsibility, self-control, and loyalty, to keep all social life on the campus on a high plane, and to have it always in harmony with Christian living. " . . Cora Ray Beam President Student Council Cora Rav Beam President Agnes Mull Secretary Nell Grantham Milton Noblitt Ray Carnes Alfred Homesley Glenn Pettyjohn Mabel Starnes, J. Y. Hamrick, Fiunlty Advisers 52 - XHTir m ' fciM.-Vi ' f x.ca ' The B.S.U. serves the campus in many ways. It sets the spiritual tone of the campus. It acts as a hnk between student and church. It is the center of the spiritual life of the school. The lives of the students and faculty are enriched by attendance at morning watch, vespers, noon-day prayer meeting, and study courses. All of us remember the special meetings this year — the blessings Rev. Fred Forrester brought to us, the inspiration of Family Week with Mrs. Frank Leavell and Rev. Tom Lawrence and the mountain top experience with Miss Mary Herring. Baptist Student Union Bob Mullinax Rachel Smith Frank Wilson Barbara Davenport Sara Blanton Jean Devlin Dr. Morrisett Alice Swann Clarence Everhart Jimmy Mize Lillian Maynard Marion Lineberger Doris Grigg Frank Wilson Prcsii cHf S3 ' H M m jm m mmmmmmM: fmm mmA .- i Gardner -Wehh on the Air Gardner- Webb On The Air is a variety of student and faculty talent, with Jim McDaniels as Student Director and Mr. Ben C. Fisher as Faculty Advisor. Among those participating in the programs are. Misses Abbie Miller and Dorothy Jones, Mrs. R. A. Dyer, Frances Rhyne, Jonelle Teague, Ramona McBrayer, Pat Thompson, Marquean Ross, Doris Grigg, and Bob Heafner. O. G. Morehead is Sports Director, with Gaylord Lehman and Bill Abcrnathy serving as engineers. Gardner-Webb On The Air enables students interested in radio to gain valuable experience in this field by writing and producing programs. 54 SKUSKSOKtXSI ■ .1 International Relations Club Julia Hancock, Barbara Crow. Betty Sue Weathers, Mary Frances Howard, Frances Allen, Hester Martin, Margaret Swann, Jo Lena Bridges. James Stamey, Marion Benfield, Bob Ward, Herman Motsinger, Alma Thrift, Jack Meacham, Jonelle Teague, Ben Wall. Barbara Davenport, Zeb Wright, Jimmy Cannon, Andy Sealey, Bob Mulkey, Robert Bolick, Carl McKinney. Frank Honeycutt, Walter Hill, Charles Rabon, Don Woods, Bobby Pettyjohn, Richard Hollifield, Hampton Scronce. The aim of the International Relations Club is to bring about an understanding of the affairs of our nation and of other nations, and to give insight into the problems of international importance. The club hopes that in this small way they may be able to bring about a more peaceful world. Julia Hancock President J5 ic :i mm mMim m?mmmmmM M : mMmmm ti, . ' - t The Anchor Staff Barbara Crow Typist Mary Frances Howard Assistant Editor Iris Atkinson Typist Ellen Clary Typist Eugene Lowery .... Assistant Business Manager Ray Carnes Editor O. G. Morehead Business Manager Ray Carnes Editor-in-Chief O. G. Morehead Business Manager S6 BiYK3lMSiBinuii»xia!saiis siffnff Mi • ® S- ' ?i=a ' - giS « « ■■! James Stamev Business Manager Eleanor Cogdill Reporter Marion Benfield Editor Robert Wright Feature Editor Jean Devlin Circulation Manager Nell Grantham Associate Editor Agnes Mull Typist Pat Thompson News Editor Santford Martin, Jr Vacuity Advisor Ronald Kiser Sports Editor The Pilot Staff Marion Benfield Editor James Stamey Business Manager 57 II- ' ! L i I H»; ' l«ljS- ' ' l» . .-, ' ! r 6.ii s i Mf ' V, ' iMm km 4.- 1 Marshals 1951 Agnes Mu Jim McDaniels Rachel Smith James Stamey Cora Ra) ' Beam Bryan Gillespie Sara Blanton Marion Benfield Julia Hancoct Bob Mullinax 58 S yaSBRi5!wK3g Si aaiflK i: The Marshals Club 1951 Sara Reece Chief Marshal Doris Grigg Barbara Davenport Cora Ray Bjam Neil Grantham Sara Blanton Sarah Recce Rachel Smith Juha Hancock Agnes Mull Jim McDanicls Bryan Gillespie Marion Benfield Bob Mullinax Ra) ' Carnes Rudy Warden James Stamcy The Marshal Club is the honor society of Gardner- Webb College. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, character and service. Members are selected by the faculty during the second semester and later, in a very impressive " tapping service, " they are recognized by the student body as the Marshal Club for the coming year. The marshals serve at lyceum numbers and at all college functions. Sara Reece Chief 59 .Mm 4MM f4 r- i The Choir Eunice Hass Cora Ray Beam Doris Grigg Peggy Millen Becky Browning Marquean Ross Beth White Ramona McBrayer F rances Rhyne Helen Abbott Jo Mizc Mr. Stephen Morrisett, Joneile Teague Evelyn Norris Jean Allen Mrs. Thurmond Aldred Sarah Blanton Pat Thompson Sara Reece Shirley Allen Evelyn Leigh Mollic Hawkins Director, Bob Heafner Charles Rabon Wade Sparks " . F. Lattimore Jay Denton Don Roberts Jim Trantam Bill Mize Jim Mize Bob Rankin Herman Motsinger Hoyt Roberts Gavlord Lehman Stephen Morrisett Director 60 HBEyQMStt; w5 aJ( ii ' tl»ffiWaiiiaLw«ary »ywg:fTyyM»«fc AJ»At Utr 71? G e Club Mrs. R. a. Dver JONELLE TeaGUE Director . Pianist Marjorie Barnes Flossie Slater Ramona McBrayer Shirley Woodall Margaret Swann Margaret Jackson Alma Thrift Joanne Kincaid Mary Nolan Leola Bettis Martin Nichols Robert Bolick Walter Hill Bobby Whitlock Herman Motsinger 61 Sigma Phi Alpha Marion Blniiklo Prcudcnt Alice Swann Rachel Lemmons Cora Ray Bean Pat Thompson Mary Frances Howard Nell Grantham Quinn Fisher Marion Benfield Gamma Omega is the name of the local chapter of the Sigma Phi Alpha Ffonorary Language Fraternity. It was founded late last year with three charter members. Membership in this fraternity is limited to those who have a high scholastic average in one of the modern foreign languages plus a strong interest in foreign peoples and a wish to better inter-language group relations. New members are chosen by the old members on the basis of the requirements stated above. The watch words of the Fraternity are Strkngth, Permanency, and Accomplishment. The first two being prerequisites for the third. 62 iiiiliiiifiiiiiiii 6i i5»BtR «liJ S« li ' li. ' isws The Christian Volunteer Band Bob Mullinax President — First Semester Max Linnens ...... Presideiil — Second Semester The membership of the Christian Volunteer Band is composed of students who are dedicating their hves for full-time Christian work — ministers, missionaries, musicians, directors of religious edu- cation, and others. The Band meets once each week to sing, pray, and worship together. At each meeting a practical program is present- ed, usually by an authority on some phase of Christian service. In addition to the members who are pastors of churches, each member of the Band is engaged in Christian work, either on the campus or in neighboring communities. 6i mmBmmmmmmmmmm mmi Twmm The Home Economics Club Pat Thompson Vrciidcnt Beth White, Shirley Dedmon, Pat Thompson, Dons Grigg, Becky Browning. Miss Cleo Withrow, Faculty Sponsor; Jean Devlin, Sara Blanton, Evelyn Leigh, Martha Hawkins, Rachel Lemons, Mollie Hawkms, Marv Helen Humphries, Agnes Mull, Ellen Clary. Mabel Hamrick, Alma Thrift, Flossie Slater, Polly Williams, AUca Swann, Iris Champion. 64 ' - ' - ' ' -■•-— ' - " " " " " " " " ' " ' " ' Wayne Bridges President The Science Club The Science Club seeks to create a lasting interest in the scientific world. In order to achieve this objective, current scientific information is secured through student reports, faculty lectures, and scientific films. Students who have shown an interest in this field and make a high average in cither Mathematics, Chemistry, or Biology are eligible for membership. Wayne Bridges, Pat Thompson, Bryan Gillespie, Jean Devlin. Mr. P. J. Stacy, Faculty Advisor; Marion Benfield, James Stamey, Eugene Biggerstaff, Milton Higdon, Milton Noblitt, Mr. H. C. Dixon, Facultv Advisor. " ■ Lii .H " ll __ l !57?7p - £n lHH s« „ " " diT HP l Mm w M ■|- iIl«Wii m w i. j J . m 4 ■ if - m ' - « l : 1 « M k Bifefi k.- ..- k M A 65 mmmm. mmm 4y . Young Women s Auxiliary Jean Devlin President Doris Upton, Polly Williams, Fredia Moss, Jean Devlin, Nell Grantham, Pat Withers, Agnes Mull, Doris Grigg, Rachel Smith, Marquean Ross, Alice Swann, Pat Thompson, Beth White, Sarah Blanton, Dot Robertson, Jolena Bridges, Grace Neilson, Evelyn Leigh, Margaret Jackson. Mickey Moss, Faith Johnson, Alta Beck, Ramona McBraycr, Lillian Maynard, Mary Nolan, Iris Champion, Frances Quinn, Eleanor Cogdill. Joan Bridges, Evelyn Young, Rachel Yarbrough, Barbara Davenport, Julia Hancock, Marianna Vance, Evelyn Norris, Mollv Hawkins, Doris Adair, Ann Lancaster. 66 W .n.. . , . . . -. Yj r MiiiSCMSiaBaiEiiiT! ATHLETICS mgmmsmBmmsmrsgmsmms W ■J " I FOOTBALL 1950 Cotii-ht ' -- i Tic Brjdburn and Xorman Harris. Charles Howell, Jim Mosley, James Sullivan. Hugh Miller. Bobby Bush, Bobby Nix, Julius Pinkston, Milton Noblitt. Ebb Dozier, Ben ' Wall, Allen Lawrence, Terry Jones, Joe Cole, Sam Travis, Edwin Jones, John Pierce, Jack Holt. y ' P " P ' 3! 3 14 ,.13 t- r ■ V Jk oach C ' a} ' ne BradDurn. d.ip miin, bin i uckett. Bill Toney. Don Dixon, Gene Washburn, Roger Wright, Bob Mulkey, Al Homesley, Bobby Pettyjohn, Manager; Coach Norman Harris. Jack Meacham, Manager; Rudy Wardell, Bill Morehead, Milton Higdon, Rav Carnes, Bob Mauney, Delvin Huffstatler, Don ' ft ' oods. Manager. Not pictiiriil: Glenn Pettyjohn. 68 - ' " - " — ' ' ' - " ' Tii ni l nfi i fn ' ' ' ' " - -- - " " ' - n w Captains: Julius Pinkston Milton Noblitt — TRIUMPHS AND TROUBLES Gardner-Webb 21 — North Greenville 19 The Bradburnmen returned home Sept. 3 to battle the North Greenville Black Widow. Both clubs pushed over markers in the first quarter but the Sandlappers scored twice in the second taking a 19-14 lead at half time. Gardner-Webb, however, tallied in the third chapter to ease by the Grcenies 21-19. Ed Jones ' two extra points were the margin of victory. Gardner-Webb 7 — Gordon Military 32 The Gardner- Webbers journeyed to Georgia Oct. 7 and were beaten by Gordon Military Institute, one of the strongest clubs in the South, 32-7. Gordon tallied once each in the first, third, and fourth quarters and twice in the second, while G-W averted a shutout with a third period tally. Gardner-Webb 3 2 — Mars Hill 13 The Bulldog eleven took to the hills Oct. 14 and came back with their second loop win, a 32-13 decision over Mars Hill. In beating their brother Baptists, the Bulldogs, after an even first half, pulled away in the last half to gain the verdict. Gardner-Webb — Appalachian Jayvees 6 The Bulldogs opened the ' SO campaign in Marion Sept. 23 with the Appalachian Jayvees furnishing the opposition. The Apps, after having a second quarter touchdown called back, scored a beautiful 30-yard pass play in the third stanza to rack up a 6-0 victory. G-W drove to the visitor ' s 30 in the third, but couldn ' t penetrate any farther. Gardner -Webb 54— P. J. C. The Cherryville and Kings Mountain High bands helped Gardner-Webb celebrate its annual home- coming Oct. 21. The highlight of the day ' s festivities was Gardner-Webb ' s smashing 54-0 triumph over the Presbyterian Scotties. Julius Pinkston, who won honorable mention to the little Junior College all- American outfit, scored two souchdowns. 69 mmmmsmmmmmmmMMiiM ..:- -, ' : m w :f m Offensive Team Julius Pinkston, end; Joe Cole, tackle; Hugh Miller, guard; Bob Mauney, center; Terry Jones, guard; Ed Jones, tackle; John Pierce, end. Backs: Bobby Bush. Bob Smith, James Sullivan, Sam Travis, Al Homesley, Jack Holt. O N T H E Gardner-Webb 39 — Brevard Halfback Bush and Fullback Sam Travis ran wild in Brevard the following week as the local eleven rolled over the hapless Tornadoes 3 9-0. G-W was ahead only 13-0 at halftime, but the Boiling Springers really rolled in the second half to register their second successive white-wash job. Gardner- Webb — Lees-McRae 19 Nov. 4 was the day of decision as far as the Carolinas Junior College Conference was concerned, as G-W met Lees-McRae at Banner Elk in the championship battle. Both clubs entered the game with 4-0 records. After a scorless first half, the Bobby peters-led Bobcats sloshed through the mud, rain, sleet, and snow to tally three times in the second half to take their fourth championship in as manv seasons. 70 «. .=rs - T. w.. .u,..»v » . -.r...: .. .. ,.- » Rudy Wardell, end; Bill Morehead, tackle; Charles Howell, guard; Allen Laurence, center; Ray Carnes, guard; Roger Wright, tackle; Ben Wall, end. Backs, Bill Pucket Delvin Huffstetler, Milton Noblitt, Gene Washburn, Bill Toney, Bobby Nix. Defensive Team GRIDIRON Gardner-Webb 12 — Campbell 7 In bitter cold weather, the Gardner-Webb team came from behind to push over a fourth quarter touchdown to gain a 12-7 verdict over a fourth quarter touchdown to gain a 12-7 verdict over the Camels of Campbell College. The contest, played at Buies Creek, saw the Camel club holding a 7-6 halftime advantage. Gardner-Webb 15 — Western Carolina B A field goal by truetoe Ed Jones and a couple of touchdowns gave the local outfit a 15-0 victory over the Western Carolina Jayvee team. The Kitty- mounts were completely baffled after being stopped on the G-W 2 5 -yard stripe in the opening minutes of the game. 71 mmmmmi mmsm 4 r ON T HE The 1950-51 Bulldog basketballers won eleven of sixteen CaroHnas Junior College Conference starts to place second behind Lees-McRae. The Gardner- Webbers scored 1 576 points in 24 games for an average of 66 points per game. The Bradburnmen copped fifteen of twenty-three seasonal starts. For- ward Tommy Barrow topped the scorers with 224 points on 113 field goals and 5 2 free throws. J. C. Trammell. W Homesley, and Bob Bush were close behind in the point-making derby with 219, 218, and 148 respectively. Bush, the Summerville, Ga. lad, appeared in only fifteen contests. Guard Banks Miller and sub center Bob Blackburn were the club ' s defense standouts. February 22, the Bulldog five entered the state tournament played at the Shelby Community Center. They left the floor at intermission with a 32-26 edge, but bowed to the Pfeiffer Panthers 53-49 as the powerful Eastern club turned on the steam in the final five minutes. Coach Norman Harris. Bobby Bush, jack Trammell, Al Homesley. Charles Morton, Bill Stout, Cecil Rollins, Coach Wayne Bradburn. Roger Wright. Eldred Billings, Ray Huskey, Tommv Barrow, Xobel Ball. Joe Cole. Manager; Clinton Spencer, Sam Spangler, Carrol Whisnant, Banks Miller. Foruarih: Ray Huskey, Tommy Barrow, Clmton Spencer, Eldred Billings, Sam Spangler, Bobby Bush. 72 ...., ,,,..o » . » u. , . ... .,.r 3 . «i - 3tasaaiMEgaM i)Krwe-M afKa-» »« " HARDWOOD Centers: Roger Wright, Cecil Rollins, Nobel Ball. Guarth: Charles Morton, Carroll Whisnant, Jake Trammell Al Homesley, Banks Miller, Bill Stout. 1950-1951 Basketball Results Gardner-Webb 40 Cramerton Eagles 60 Gardner-Webb 6. Lenoir-Rhyne B 47 Gardner-Webb 63 Oak Ridge 98 Gardner-Webb 48 Lenoir-Rhyne B 49 Gardner-Webb 76 Lees-McRae 71 Gardner-Webb 71 Stanley All-Stars 54 Gardner-Webb 72 Mars Hill 51 Gardner-Webb 49 Bluefield 45 Gardner-Webb 62 Stanley All-Stars 40 Gardner-Webb 48 Oak Ridge 68 Gardner-Webb S3 North Greenville 73 Gardner-Webb 74 Brevard 42 Gardner-Webb 66 Lees-McRae 72 Gardner-Webb 74 Charlotte College 48 Gardner-Webb 77 Mars Hill 64 Gardner- Webb 86 Charlotte College 61 Gardner-Webb 66 Belmont Abbey 61 Gardner-Webb 90 Spartanburg 71 Gardner-Webb 76 Cramerton Eagles 97 Gardner-Webb SO Belmont Abbey 72 Gardner-Webb 79 Brevard 57 Gardner-Webb 73 Spartanburg 56 Gardner-Webb 80 North Greenville 74 State Tournament Gardner-Webb 49 Pfeiffer 53 75 mmmm mmm Coach Norman Hams. Miiton Higdon. Charles Morton, Tom Parker, Al Homesley. Andy Sealey. " Red " Painter, George McSwain, Whitey Cline. Don Randell. Conrad Thorpe, ruir ixulic:?. Krc --i;r,;)un . -i- ' ilter Oakes, Charles Shelton. Tommy Newton. W. M. Harris, Frank Honeycutt, Bill Puckett, Blaine Froneberger. BASEBALL Norman Harris Coach ■ ' ith Coach Norman Harris at the helm, Gardner- " ebb ' s Bull-Dogs won nine and lost four during the 19S0 season to ease by the Spartanburg Pioneers for the Western Division crown, " ith Al Homesley, ■Vv ' hitey Cline, Andy Sealy, James Moon, Tom Barrow, and Tom Newton ratthn " the fences with doubles and triples, Homesley and Walter Oakes running wild on the base paths, and Blaine Frone- berger, Joe Anthony, Frank Wilson, and Charles Morton forming one of the best mound staffs in Junior College baseball, the Bulldogs edged the South Carohna nine by 14 points. Some of the highhghts of the season were: Fromeberger returning to his home town, Cntiry- ville, to turn back Belmont AbUey 4-2 on five hits after the Crusaders had shut out the G-W crew earlier in the season. Oakes steahng home in the eighth frame to cap an uphill struggle as the locals downed Mitchell 9-8. Morton limiting Mars Hill to two hits as the G-Webbers defeated the Lions 7-0. Morton faced only 29 men. 1950 GARX)NER-WEBB Gardner- Webb 16 Gardner-Webb 1 3 Gardner- Webb 12 Gardner-Webb 7 Gardner- Webb 2 Gardner-Webb Gardner- Webb 10 Gardner- Webb 14 Gardner-Webb 20 Gardner- Webb 17 Gardner-Webb 9 Gardner- ' ' ebb 7 Gardner- Webb 4 Gardner- ' ebb 1 2 Gardner- Webb 7 Gardner- Webb 9 BASEBALL RESULTS Charlotte College Clearwater Spartanburg Carolina Mills ' ingate Belmont Abbey Mars Hill Mitchell Charlotte College Brevard Mitchell Spart ' b ' g. (11 inn.) Belmont Abbey Brevard Mars Hill Wingate 74 II Ml II - S - " " ' " - " " WWr u„ii £Sissiammsm§m 4 MONOGRAM CLUB Coach Wayne Bradburn, Milton Noblitt, Al Homesley, Charles Morton, Bill Puckett, Tommy Barrow, Edwin Jones, Eldred Billings, Andy Sealey, Julius Pinkston, James Sullivan, Frank Wilson, Coach Norman Harris. Terry Jones, Bob Smith, Charles Howell, Jack Holt, Hugh Miller, Bill Toney, Bobby Nix, Allen Lawrence, Ronald Kiser, Tommy Newton, Bobby Bush, Don Woods. John Pierce, Pete Rolhns, J. C. Trammel, Rudy Wardell, Roger Wright, Bobby Pettyjohn, Bob Stegall, Bill Morehead, Milton Higdon, Sam Travis, Joe Cole, Jack Meacham, Bob Mauney, Ray Carnes. James Sullivan President 75 " ' ' mmm. ' Jfc L ■- » WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Nell Grantham, Agnes Mull, Dons Grigg, Rachel Smith, Mary Frances Howard, Peggy Millen, Jean Devlin, Barbara Huggins, Christine Hyde. Jonelle Teague, Ellen Clary, Sarah Blanton, Pat Thompson, Sara Reece, Nancy Lincoln, Frances Rhyne, Shirley Dedmon, Mary Suddreth, Peggy Jones, Shirley Allen. 76 Mfkr« % L ' tt- .Mr. ' J.. „ «T. J» J " — -[TinnnTiMMimniriiiriTMiiii hT iattSltaKljama rr mm m i- . -- CHEERLEADERS bhirley Dedmon, Betty Sue Weathers, Mary Frances Howard, Chief, Mary Rose Womble, Frances Rhyne. Allyn Gibson, Nancy Lincoln, Louis Jackson, Anna Stephens, Eugene Lowery. Easy now, Pat. 77 ma .,»iwJi « .ae «i.« ii«- ' •»- ' mmmi ' %: L i- Clinging vines? . . . W. W. Follies ... and Gibson! . . . Food I- ! $ etc. . . . Ugh! . . . Posed? . . . Not ' three? . . . Our pndc . . . Bulldog Coach . . . More fun in the re.ir Studying? . . . More food? . . . Posterior view showing external features! . . . Georgia peaches . . . Shimey! . . • Snipes?! ... Bye now . . . » S 78 T MTUyw vn a -M ■. .- ' ■■- .»-.- " ..lw..Hl-J»-tEBgT-l : J J5 - ' vf--- ■ ' .f. r ' " . WSHaxamMaasmx FEATURES .p, v rty 9 g!iii e?J»fA ' S st¥tt! siSgBKBBSB0 1 ; n May Day 1950 ■ K Betty Logan Queen RonaU Heajner tinnu sv -R «7 V -.nri t " H . ' " - " ■ " ■amKjijaiEr: " - " • " ' King Louise Pruitt Ronald Heafner, King Jim McDaniels Sara Reece Iris Atkinson Al Homesley [ulius Pinkston Marjorie Nanny Jcmetce Hughes Bill Dodge James Stamey Grace Selvey Julia Hancock James Moon O. G. Morehead Lois Loftis Betty Joyce Jones Herman Gantt Rudy Wardell Mary Frances Howard Betty Logan, May Queen Tom Key Bcrnice Lane and Luuana Breeden, Pages. 81 ' a;.v»-.v» . ' ,i . mmmm ??fe. i i Scene from " Baptist Progress " Playmakers at Gardner -Webb Scene from " Tivnii?) of the Shreu " 82 ■yavrr ' vv -Lft ? . - :n- ... »t. ay i» i«» — -— " • ■afflfiHinimfa Scenes From A Year of Progress m : u •H « ' " mrmr sm wasmmsaagmmmmmmmm s ' . Sundav afternoon . . . Class, huh? . . . What ' appened, Max? . . . Still grinning? ... Go, Gene! . . . Can ' t fool us . . . Over there . . . Yeah! . . . ' A ' lthout Benficld? . . . Smile now . . . Aw shucks . . . Begging? . . . What a way to end. 84 rV-t " ! — r-iTiinrtft-aKf .„. .i? i « - rr,----- i. ' A5«nfi(jai f-TUa i l ' l ■ ' ■ Bt. - ADVERTISEMENTS WI».«iM,t — •■af- " " , 5 «4;i i « « ' .«» i» »; ' •».V». »-«• . ' • «»;-, . t«t?;!.V CLEVELAND CLOTH MILLS Division of J. P. Stephens, Inc. Manufacturers Fine Rayon jiid Silk Fabrics V " SHELBY. 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Pubhshers of THE SHELBY DAILY STAR Compliments of Morns Je ' elcrs Gastonia ' s Leading Jewelers Corner Main at South Street Gastonia, North Carolina Compliments of Dellingcr ' s Jewelers Kings Mountain, North Caroitna ' ' Cjivlinj Made ' EAGLE ROLLER MILL COMPANY Shelby, North Carolina i 90 :■,■, ' „,... . ..■. ■w:«v. r.■ . 1 , ■:- T.- -c- ' ggw ' isai agji mfKmmmmm MWl Compliments of DOVER TEXTILE GROUP SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA Wl 91 Wi .alW J« 1 . j ■■ %■ - ■ ■ " - " mmmma mmmf mmmm Office Furniture Adding Machines Business Systems Typewriters Lee ' s Home and Office Supply PHONE 8 53 SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA School SuppHes Books Stationery Gifts Greeting Cards Congratulations to Class of ' 51 Compliments of COHEN ' S of Shelby 20 Years of Guaranteed Satisfaction . . . Thrift . . . Quality Style . r . Fit . . . Modern . . . Free Alteration . . . Twin Insurance Air Conditioned 92 i Jr iaimxzj ' ji. ' nr " ffunfii .„ .,.. , .. .y- ,| .. IllgiaSffilllJgffi null M M-l - • OttrtEiia HUDSON ' S Department Store IN SHELBY Features PETER ' S SHOES For The Entire Family Weatherbird, City Club and Velvet Step Compliments of Crocker Machine Foundry Co. Gastonia, North Carolina Carothers Funeral Home Ambulance Service Dial 6337 " Home of the Green Ambulance " Gastonia, North Carolina Compliments of UNION TRUST Company Shelby, Rutherfordton, Fallston, Forest City, Lawndale, Ellenboro, Spindale North Carolina Compliments of MILLS DRUG CO. Cliffside, North Carolina Myers Department Store Dress Shoppe — Second Floor " The Friendly Store " Kings Mountain, North Carolina 3 M ssm i«-.A,. » J ' ».4%». ' • rrrvT trrrK w-m mmsmBmm rmwmm ms -. ' Compliments of Waldensian Bakeries, Inc. Shelby Valdese North Carolina CO-ED THEATRE " Altvays a good movie " Boiling Springs, North Carolina Compliments of Gardncr-Wcbb College Book Store Boiling Springs, North Carolina O. G. Penegar Company Office Equipment and Supplies Agent, Underwood Corporation Typewriters, Adding and Accounting Machines New and Used Gastonia, North Carolina Compliments of CORN ' S ICE CREAM " That good ice cream " Shelby, North Carolina Listen to Radio Stations WGNC 1450 KC and WGNC -FM 101.9 MC " The Voice of The Spindles " Gastonia, North Carolina American Broadcasting Company 94 ; Jl;Kt»-TiDrr «.» ' «-Jlv» " =■---■■ " — — - - •■--: t ::r■ aa3gaga ■■Hi Vililll ' l ■■ ' ■■ m Boiling Springs Drug Co. Prescriptions Cosmetics Fountain Service " Our Best Ahaays " for our customers Boiling Springs, North Carolina Compliments of PHONE 906 3 SHELBY, N. C. " Say If With Flowers " GilUatt ' s Florist and Greenhouse Shelby, North Carolina Compliments of SHELBY SPORTING GOODS Finest in Athletic Equipment Shelby, North Carolina Compliments of ROGERS Phone 518 Shelby, North Carolina G. T. McSwain General Merchandise Furniture and Electrical Appliances Boiling Springs, North Carolina 95 ' - ' --•- - ' ' ' --- mimimmmws amssm Compliments of College Gulf Station Gas and OO Washing and Greasing Boiling Springs, North Carolina Compliments of HAMRICK BAILEY Furniture and Appliances Boiling Springs, North Carolina Shelby Supply Co. Mills Supplies and Hardware Dial 5271-2 Shelby, North Carolina Compliments of Shelby Cotton Mills Shelby ' s Leading Manufacturers Shelby, North Carolina 1911 1951 Compliments of A. W ray 6 Sons 5 HELBY, Nor th Carolina 40 Years of Service | and Qua lity Winn Cleaners for Quality and Dependable Service Boiling Springs. North Carolina HUDSON HOSIERY CO. Manufacturers of Ladies Full Fashion Hosiery Shelby, North Carolina D. A. BiWn Co.. Inc. Super Grocery Fertilizers Field Seeds Shelby, North Carolina 96 .-v. .,.» . i . . -.» . a iu--itnM««.ja aicaa: iSii .--.-r rxv?. •t-t; ...... illllllWP rfi anis m Compliments of Merchants of Rutherfordton City Cab Service Cleaners Taylor ' s Grill Farmer ' s Federation Yelton ' s Esso Service Station Martin ' s Sheet Metal Shop Keeter ' s Hardware Furniture Jolly Queen Taxi Service Town Country Men ' s Wear Carson Appliance Co. Frank W. Rucker, Insurance and Real Estate Agent O. D. Crawley, G. E. Appliance Service W. M. Stephens, Rutherford Shoe Store Hill ' s Hardware Ferguson Tractor 1 Compliments of Biltmore Dairy Farms Phone 4948 Spindale, North Carolina Compliments of Spindale Mills, Incorporated Spindale, North Carolina " Ask Your Grocer " for Yelton ' s Best, Mt. Lake, and Sun Gold Flour Serving Rutherford and Cleveland Counties for 37 years Yelton Milling Co. Rutherfordton, North Carolina CHESNEE MILLS A division of Reeves Bros., Inc. From Cotton to Cutter Spinning Weaving Dyeing Finishing Chesnee, South Carolina 97 " ■■ ' --- ' - " - ' - ' " ' ■ ' ' I ' Mrn, PEGGY ' S Beauty Salon Peggy Monfrado, Owner and Stylist " Our Desire is to Make You Attractively Different " Spindale, North Carolina SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS Compliments of The Gastonia Gazette " Gaston County ' s great home newspaper " Seventy Years of Service Established 1880 Gastonia, North Carolina (I -I30 WEST BLAND STREET The Da inffess, Inc. icmmehdai and U-iMiaolon VJunWiA- C HAR LOTTE 3, IV. C . 98 -■.■.-,.. . . .. v- |--| »- | j ||||jK|a«|j|||j wmmmmmsm m s. ? !? Autographs -l i " W " M -. ....x,,. . . L .». .r..a.. « . «gWWfK : ' Mt Autographs KfcaffranT r:il.y pa .Jf-M .....■■. ttt:.;:.! - .4uuiu. i,Mi -T " " iiiiiftiflirf«tliB ip tsjyiE ' rf ' wm ™ ' " ' ■ " -- ' - ' ' ' ' ' TnmnffT ' . . n„ , w i . :. v. ..« - r. -v- -vrr.-v «!vz;tv ' taa3aa m ' . ' «»« 3_ -.
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