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Anchor f6 Gardner Webb College Librag ♦ Gardner Webb College Library ■ 2 GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE BOILING SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA m lllll llill " Sweet hour of twilight! " " There is a rapture on the lonely shore — Byron " wm N- i Administration Classes . . . Activities Athletics Features Advertisements t . DEDICATION... To Doctor Robert N. Elliott, Jr. whose competence in teaching has well prepared his students for further studies, whose concern for oung people has qualified him to be their tru5 friend and guide, whose ever-present sense of humor has opened the door to the heart of every student, we affectionatelv dedicate the 1956 Anchor. Mttifii k ass 6 ' A youth, against an anchor leaning, Listened to catch his slightest meaning. ' — Longfellow ...PRESIDENT These I believe to be important: the ability to recognize and appreciate the hidden reefs and deep waters; the instinct of ictory; and the will and desire by these created to weigh anchor and, by Him commission- ed, to sail out unafraid upon the unknown, treacherous, yet benevolent sea of ad- venture. — President Philip Lovin Elliott James Ohville Tehhell Dean of Instruction, Social Science B.S., Western Carolina College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Additional Graduate Study, Peabody; Gardner-Webb College, 1949-. James Young Hamrick Dean of Men, English B.A., Elon College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Gardner-Webb College, 1945-. _= Mabel Stahnes Dean of Women, Speech A.B., Carson-Newman College; M.R.E., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Gardner-Webb Col- lege, 1950-. W. Lawson Allen Vice President and Director of Public Relations, Religion B.S., Western Carolina College; M.R.E,, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Additional Graduate Study, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake -Forest College; Gardner- Webb, 1944-46; 1953-. . . . ADMINISTRATION John E. Roberts Assistant Director of Public Relations, Journalism B.A., Furman University; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Gardner-Webb College. 1954-. Dorothy W. Hamrick Registrar B.A., Meredith College; Gardner-Webb College, 1946-. Julian W. Hamrick Business Manager B.S., in Conuiierce, University of North Carolina; C.P.A., Georgia; Gardner-Webb College, 19.53-. John S. Fahhar Pastor B.S., Wake Forest; B.D., Southern Baptist Theologi- cal Seminary; Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Gardner- Webb College, 1952-. WBT r . - 4:A d Wrl v5 v mmri sM, Leonard Ancel Allen Custodian Gardner-W ' ebb College. 1945-. Mrs. J. R. B. R-Nett Assistant to the Dean of Women Slippen Rock State Teachers ' College; B.S., in Edu- c-dtion. .Appalachian State Teachers; Columbia Uni- versit ; Gardner-Webb College, 1952-. Robert Geobce C.abb Piano, Theory, French B.. I., St. Louis InsKtute of .Music: M.M., University of .Alabama; .Additional Graduate Stud , University of .Michigan; Gardner-W ' ebb College. 1954-. K. THRVN C0PEL.4.ND English B.A., Baylor Universit ; B.M.T., Southwestern The- ological Seminar} ' ; .M..A., Baylor University; . ddition- al Graduate Study, Universit ' of California, Uni- versitv- of Chicago. George Peabody College for Teachers, University of .Missouri: Gardner-W ' ebb College, 19.54-. Kathlee.n Holt Davis Secretary to the President, English B.S.. Western Carolina College: Graduate St idy, Universit - of North Carolina, Columbia Uni ersit ; Gardner-Webb College, 19.52-, Francis B. Dedmond English B.A., Catawba College; Th.M., Southern Baptist The- ological Seminar); .M.. ., Duke Universit ' ; . dditional Graduate Study. Universitv- of North Carolina; Gardner-W ' ebb College, 1952-. JpjisiE Fr.inklin DeShon ' C Librarian B.S., B.S. in L.S., Western Reser-.e University; Graduate Study, School of Social Sciences and Public .Affairs, . merican Universit ' ; Gardner-W ' ebb College, 1954-. Hubert Conr.vd Dlxon fathematics B.S., Wake Forest College; M.A., Universitv ' of North Carolina; .Additional Graduate Study, Glemson Col- lege; Gardner-Webb College, 1935-. FACULTY... r» v A A. fi »- r ...FACULTY Robert Allen Dyer Psyclwlogij, Religion B.A.. Uni ersity of Louisiana; TIi.M., Th.D., Southern Baptist Tlieological Seminary; Two years of study and work in tile Orient; Additional Graduate Study, Columbia University; Gardner-Webb College, 1946-. ' ILLL■ M L. Green, Jr. Jounuilism A.B., Uni ersity of North Carolina; Gardner-Webb College, 1955. Robert N. Elliott, Jr. Social Science B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina; Gardner-Webb College, 19.5.3-. N. NCY A. Griffin Publications Secretary Gardner-Webb College; Gardner-Webb College, 1955-. James Gardner Garrison Physical Education, Coach, Mathematics A.B., Western Carolina College; Gardner-Webb College, 1955-. Norman Harris Coach, Physical Education B.A., High Point College; M.S., George Peabody College for Teachers; Gardner- Webfe ' -College, 1949-. Nettie Ravle Gidney Voice B.M., Westminster Choir College; Gardner-Webb College, 194.5-46, 19.53-. He.steh M. Haynes Physical Education, Health B.S., Western Carolina College; Gardner-Webb Col- lege, 1 9.5.5-. t - - ' .. Janelle Hicks Public Relations Secretary Gardner-Webb College N ' ight School, 1953-1954; Gardner- ' ebb College, 1954-. Thomas C. Holland Latin B.A.. Wake Forest College; M.A., Wake Forest Col- lege; Th.M., Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seniinan-; Additional Graduate Study. Harvard Uni ersity; Gardner-Webb College, 1915-1917, 1933-. IVA L. HOWINGTON Secretary to Guidance Department Samuel Mason Hughes Bible, Greek B.S., Presbyterian College; B.D.. Columbia Theo- logical Seminary; Graduate Study, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Gardner- Webb College. 1955- 1956. FACULTY... Laur.a Je. n Keeteb French, Business B.S.. Western Carolina College; Graduate Study, Universit - of .North Carolina; Gardner- Webb College, 1954-. S. L. L. M. i Religion, Speech B..- .. Wake Forest College; Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Gardner-Webb College, 19.50-. N ' lTA B. Lefler Assiste.nt to Business Manager Kings Business College; Gardner-Webb College, 1955-. . bbie C. therine Miller Piano B.M.. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; M.M.; Cin- cinnati Conser atory- of Music; Gardner-Webb Col- lege, 1937-1954; 1955-. ...FACULTY M. A. MosELEV, Jh. Clicmi. lnj B.S.. Wotford College; M.S.. Xortli Cirolina State College; Additional Graduate Study, Unixcrsity of North Carolina; Gardner-Webb College. 1950-. J.wiE Belle Odom Dietitian Gastonia Business College; Gardner- Webb College; Lewis Hotel Training College; Gardner- ' ebb Col- lege, 1948-.5.3; 19.5.5-. OsTEK ' HiSNANT ShVTLE Coifuschir for Boys Gardner-Webb College, 19.50-. Paul John Stacy Biology B.A., Duke University; Graduate Studs, Duke versity; Gardner-Webb College, 1941-. Ruth Howie Plasteh Organ B.M., Brenau College Conservatory; Gradu;ite Study, University of North Carolina, University of M ' istonsin; Gardner-Webb College. 19.53-. William F. Tboutman Social Science B.S., Western Carolina College; M.A., Duke Uni- versity; Additional Graduate Study, Duke University; Gardner- ' ebb College, 1949-. El. la Harper Pollock Romance Languages B.A., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina; M.A., University of North Carolina; Additional C.radu;ite Study, University of Maryland, Uni ersity of North Carolina; Gardner-Webb College, 19.36-. Eugene W. Vosecky Commerce B.S., Northwestern Unixersity; M.A., Northwestern University; Additional Graduate Study, Northwestern Uni ersit ' , Unixersity of Tennessee; Gardner-Webb College, 1949-55. I 11 HB3nnB?VT ' ' " The day returns, but nevermore Returns the traveller to the shore ' — Longfellow y.-. V K. SOPHOMORES r i SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Paul Steadman Vice-President DoNxis Philbeck . , . Secretary-Treasurer Harold Loxc President Mb. Pail John Stacv Faculty . dviser SOPHOMORES Charles Louis Allen 225 Charlotte Road Rutlierfordton, N. C. Ap)mlachian Histarij Day Student 1,2. Robert S. Alexander Route 4, Box 850 Charlotte, N. C. Jerry Millard Ballard Route 1, Box 280A Belmont, N. C. Choir 1; Football 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2. Betty Rose Barker 1709 Jenkins Avenue Castonia, N. C. EJemcntanj Education Appalachian Y.W.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1, Secretary 2; May Court 1; Christian Volun- teer Band 1; Choir 1; B.S.U. Council 2; Student Government Association, Vice President 2; Marshal Club 2, Active Marshal 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Super- lati e 2; Freshman Class ' ice President; House Council 2. Margaret Diana Beam Route 2. Day Student Y.W.A. 1. Shelby, N. C. Music Choir 1,2; Henry G. BF.VERmcE, Jr. Box 1-316, McArver Avenue Castonia, N. C. Wake Forest College Business Administration Pilot Staff 2. SOPHOMORES John Ellis Bigcebs Route 1, Gro er, X. C. Ministry Wake Forest Ministerial Conference 13- Pail Evebette Biles 245 W. Kingston Avenue Charlotte. N. C. Ronald D. Bolick 318 S. Ashe Avenue Xewton, X. C. ' «A ' e Forest History Hugh Leslie Bobdehs Patterson Springs, X. C. Wake Forest Ministry Day Student 1.2; Christian ohin- teer Band 1.2; Ministerial .Associa- tion 1.2; . lan.h;il Club. .Active Marshal 2. Dan Bostic Route 1. Mooresboro. X. C. rrt :c Forest yfcdicine Sigin;i Pi .Alpha 2; .Monogram Clnb 1. Robert Edhabd Bbendle Cranierton. . . C. VniLCrsity of Xorth Carolina Sigma Pi .Alpha 2; Monogram Club 2. SOPHOMORES Ada Wilson Bbidces Fallston, N. C. Bre ' ard College 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 1; Euterpean Literary So- ciety 1; International Relations Club 1; May Court 1; Annual Staff 1; Day Student 2. Mildred Bridges Box 71, Boiling Springs, N. C. Business AdminisiraUon Da ' Student 1,2; Basketball 1. Hubert Eugene Bridges Route 1, Mooresboro, N. C. Business Administration Day Student 1,2. Tommy Pressley Bridges Fallston, N, C. Business Administration Brevard College 1; Cliosophic Literary Society 1; Commercial Club L Day Student 2. Essie Marie Brittain Casar, N. C. Baptist Hospital Nursing Choir 1; Y.W.A. 1,2; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2; Sigma Pi Alplia 2. Richard Troy Brittain 313 Nfayflower A ' enue Cramerton, N. C. Wake Forest Business AdnUnistration International Relations Club 2. SOPHOMORES Ethel Williams Caldwell Route 2, Newton, X. C. M ' ake Forest Christian ' olunteer Band 2. David Harding Caldwell Route 2, Newton, X. C. Wake Forest Ministry Da - Student 1,2; Ministerial As- sociation 1,2; Christian X ' olunteer Band 1,2; B.S.U. Council 2; M.»rsbal Club, Active Marshal 2. Charles Jerry Camp Box 10:36 Cranierton, . C. -V.C. State Industrial Recreation Basketball 1; Monogram Club 1,2. William Ellsworth Carlton aldese, N. C. Ch. rlotte Elizabeth Carroll Thonias ille, X. C, Meredith Elementary Education Y.W.A. 1.2; House Council 2; Student Government Association, Secretar " 2; Marslial Club, . ctive Marshal 2; Choir 1; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Christian ' olunteer Band 1; Superlative 2; Freshman Class Secretar --Treasurer 1; B.S.U. Council Secretary 2; Sigma Pi .Alpha 1,2. Secretan. ' 2. Xancy Louise Cheshire 1226 Bingliam Street Mocksville. X. C. Business Administration Choir 2; F.T.A. 2; International Relations Club 2; Y.W.A. 2; House Council 2. SOPHOMORES Bn,LY H. Cline Box 86, Casar, N. C. Lenoir RInjne Ministry Ministerial Association I, Presi- dent 2; Christian X ' olunteer Band. Perrie Dean Davis Cliffside, N. C. W.C.U.N.C. Education Day Student 1; Homecoming Sponsor 1,2; " Our Town " 2; F.T.A. 2. Charles Edward Dedmon Shelby, N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration Lee Roy Denton Box 92, Chesnee, S. C. Limestone College English Christian Volunteer Band 1; Ministerial Association 2. Shirley Marie Devlin 93 High Street Canton, N. C. Carson-Newman Elementary Education Choir 1; Y.W.A. 1,2; Anchor Staff 1,2; House Council 2. Jerry Doby Route 1, Box 89 Thoniasville, N. C. University of North Carolina Busitiess Administration Football 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2. SOPHOMORES JAMES H. DODD Box 573, Mount Holly, X. C. Baylor Unicersity Psychology Christian ' olunteer Band 1,2; Choir 2; Band 2. Thad Robert Dowdle Route 2, Franklin. X. C. Carson- ' Sewman Ministry Ministerial Association 1,2; Chris- tian Volunteer Band 1,2; B.S.U. Council 2. Talmace H. Edwards Route 6, Box 5, Monroe, X. C. Wake Forest College Accounting Ann Marie Ellis 601 West Graham Street Shelby, X. C. University of North Carolina Dentistry ' heaton College, Ilhnois, 1; De- bate Team 2; Art Club, Secretary 2; F.T.A. 2; Y.W.A. 2. Pat McGinnis Eskew Route 2, Box 117, Shelby, N. Day Student 2. Gilbert F. Fleming 314 Worth Street Mount Airy, N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration Day Student 2; International Re- lations Club, ' ice President 2. SOPHOMORES Charles Boyce Freeman Route 2, Rutherfordton, N. C. Wake Forest Medical Research Choir 1,2; l.R.C. 2; Pilot Staff 2; B.S.U. Council 2, ' ray Edwards Freeman Route 2, Rutherfordton, N. C. Carson-Newman Forestry l.R.C. 2; " Our Town " 2. John Scott Frizzell Ri ' erridge Road Dunwoody, Georgia Vniversitij of North Carolina Laic Monogram Club 1, ' ice President 2; House Council 2; Basketball 1, Co-captain 2; Football 1, Co- captain 2; Baseball 1. William Thomas Gamrle 410 Thompson Street Shelby, N. G. Western Carolina Teaching Football 1,2; Monogram 1,2; F.T.A. 2. Patbich Sue Gilbert 302 East Avenue, Lenoir, N. G. Day Student 1; Marshal Chib 2 Christian Volunteer Band 1,2 Sigma Pi Alpha 1.2, President 2 Hiking Club, ' ice President 2 Basketball 2; Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2: " Our Town " 2. Ted Ervin Grayson 6 Fanning Dri e. Shelby. N. C. Business Administriition House Council 2. -smf-am SOPHOMORES Joe L. Hamrick Box 87 Boiling Springs, . C. Day Student 1,2. Peggy Emmaline Harmon Route 1, Box 301 Elkin, N. C. Wake Forest Foreign Missionary Christian ' olunteer Band Y.W.A. 1,2; B.S.U. Council Marshal Club 2; Choir 2. CoNELIA DaPHENE HaRRILL Box 294 Spindale, N. C. AiJjmlachian Primary Education Day Student 1; Band 2; Y.W.A. 2; Hiking Club 2; Art Club, President 2; A.NCHOR Staff 1,2. Earl R. Harris Bostie, N. C. Business Administration Choir 1; Day Student 1,2; Art Club 2. Jerry Hawkins .514 Martin Street, Shelby, N. C. Carson-Netvman English Football 1.2; Basketball 2; Base- ball 1,2; Monogram Club 1, Vice President 2; F.T.A. 2; House Council 2; Superlati e 2. Margaret Hazeltine Box 1052, Dana, N. C. Wake Forest Religious Education Editor of Anchor 2; Superlative 2; Choir 1; Y.W.A. 2; Christian ' olunteer Band 1; Marshal Club. Chief Marshal 2. ■■■■ ■■i SOPHOMORES Joyce Angeline Hedrick 721 First Rainbow Lexington, N. C. Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2. ' 1LL1AM T. HeNDHICK 518 South DeKalb Street Shelby, N. C, Wake Forest Business Administration Day Student 1,2; Baseball 1. Carlisle Young Hostetteh 546 East 19th Street Beuna ' ista, ' irginia Basketball 1,2; Monogram 1,2. M ' lLLIAM PaTKICK Ho IS 611 Soutli LaFayette Street Shelby, N, C. Duke University Chemical Engineering Day Student 1,2. Edward Valentine Hudson 159 8th Avenue. Cainerton, N. C. M ' akc Forest Pre-Mcdicine Student Government Association, President 2; " Romeo and Juliet " 1; Delta Psi Omega 1,2, ' ice Presi- dent 2; Debate Team 2; May Court Escort 1; Marshal Club, Active Marshal 2; Pilot Staff 1,2; " Our Town " 2; Superlative 2; Choir 2. Leon J. Jackson 501 North Morgan Street Shelby, N. C. Day Student 1,2. tmnmant r SOPHOMORES Clinton Lerov Jefferies, Jr. 214 Faircloth Street Raleigh, N. C. Wheaton Ministry Freshman Class President; Student Government Association 1; Choir 1.2; Pilot Staff 2; B.S.U. Council 2; Marshal Club, Chief Marshal 2; Debate Team 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2; Ministerial Association 1,2. James Cl ' De Jenkins Route 2, Shelby, N. C. High Point College Teaching Day Student 1,2. R. YMOND Allen Jolley Route 1, Mooresboro, N. C. Religious Education and Music Da - Student 1,2; Choir 1,2. Jerby Keeter 166 8th Avenue, Cramerton, N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration House Council 2; Editor of Pilot 2; Superlative 2; May Court Escort 1. James Daniel Kennedy 421 Cherry Mountain Road Forest Cit} ' , N. C. N. C. State Textiles Dav Student 1,2. ?E. RL King Route 1, Bo. 382 Hendersomille, N. C. Carson-Newman Primary Education Marshal Club, Active Marshal 2; F.T.A. 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1; Choir 2; " Our Town. " SOPHOMORES Charles W. Lassiter 702 Lackey. Shelby, N. C. Vfiiversity of Tampa, Florida Business Administration Dav Student 1,2. Franklin E. Lattimore Box 366, Lawndale. N. C. Day Student 1,2; Christian Volun- teer Band 1,2; Ministerial Associa- tion 1,2; International Relations Club 2. Marjorie Kate Lattimore Route 3, Rutherfordton, N. C. Appalachian Education Debate Team 2; F.T.A. 2; Y.W.A 2; Basketball Manager 2. Joe Cleveland Layell 306 Pleasant Hill Drive Elkin, N. C. Wake Forest Chemistry International Relations Club 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2. Patricia Marlene Lee 13 West Hawkins Street Shelby, N. C. Business Administration Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2; House Council 2; Anchor Staff 2; " Our Town. " Robert Baruch Ledfobd Box 45, Harrisburg, N. C. Ministry Ministerial Association 1,2; Chris- tian Volunteer Band 1,2; B.S.U. Council 2; Choir 1,2. mm smm ' sm m m SOPHOMORES Charles David Littlejohn Route 1. Box 393. Hudson, N. C. Carson-Newman Biology I.R.C. 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2; Pilot Staff 2; " Our Town. " Harold Llovd Lo.n ' C 419 East Park Avenue Gastonia. N. C. Baylor Ministry Day Student 1,2; Football 1 Monogram Club 1,2, Secretary 2 Marshal Club, Active Marshal 2 Christian Volunteer Band 1,2 Ministerial Association 1.2; Pilot Staff 2; I.R.C, 2, President 2; Sophomore Class President; Super- lative 2, Shirley Ch otts Lo elace Box 225-A, Route 2 Forest Cit -, N. C. An-chor Staff 1,2. John R. McBhaver Route 3, Shelby, . C. ViUicrsity of Xorth Carolina Law Football 1,2; Monogram Club, 1,2. Curtis Do-sald McCarson -Mills Home, Thomasville, , C. Wake Forest Music and Education Football 1.2; Biisketball 1; Mono- gram Club 1,2; Choir 1,2, Presi- dent 2; Hiking Club, President 2; Glee Club 2. Trov Neal McCraw 325 East Warren Street Shelby. N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration Day Student 1.2. SOPHOMORES Sherman Cahl McKinney 250 Garden Creek Road Marion, N. C. N. C. Slate Electrical Engineering Dramatics Club 1; Mental Hygene Club I: International Relations Club 1; Delta Psi Omega 2; " Our Town " 2. Mabv Jane McSwain Route 2, Box 36A Shelby, N. C. Baylor Universittj Religious Education Choir 1,2: B.S.U. Council 2; Y.W.A. 1,2. Jo Ann Mask 1463 12th Street Drive, N.W. Hickory, N. C. Religious Education Choir 1; Y.W.A. 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2; Marshal Club 2; Amchob Staff 2. Thomas Gene Massey 309 Beechwood Avenue Greenville, S. C. Furman University f Business Administration Shelia Ann Mayberry Spartanburg Highway Rutherfordton, N. C. Converse Physical Educutioi Basketball 1,2; Anchor Staff 1,2 Y.W.A. 1; Sigma Pi Alpha 2 Delta Psi Omega 1,2, Secretary 2 Pilot Staff 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2; " Our Town " , Student Director 2; House Council 2; Cheerleader 2. John Frank Messick 129 Cascade Avenue Winston-Salem, N. C. ;jBstM!aiBiia«paj SOPHOMORES ' iLLiE Dean Middleton% Jr. 510 Ford Street Kannapolis, . C. Bob Montgomery Route 2, Mocksville, .C. University of North Carolina Business Administration ROSALEEN JeANE1._ MoRROW 38 Garden Road Asheville. N. C. Religious Education Charles Ray Moseley 309 Westwood Drive Statesville, N. C. Carson-XeiLTjian Psychology, Ministry Ministerial Association 1.2; Chris- tian ' olunteer Band 1,2; Hiking Club 2. Charles Edward Moss 1105 College Drive Gaffney, S. C. Ministnj Day Student 1.2; Ministerial Con- ference 1,2. WiLMA tEE MOXLEY Route 2. Box 255, Boonville, N. C. Business Administration Cijoir 2; YAV.A. 2; Marshal Club 2; Pihtt Staff 2; House Council, President 2; Student Government Association 2; Anchor Staff 9 ■ (■■i SOPHOMORES Joan Moobe Nolan 12 North Main Street Slielby, N. C. Business Administration Glee Club 1; Y.W.A. 2; Majorette 2; An ' Chor Staff 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2. Renard Nolen 307 South King Street Gastonia, N. C. Ministry Clara Nix Route 2, Clyde, N. C. Wake Forest Religious Education Y.W.A. 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; B.S.U. Council 2; Christian Volun- teer Band 1,2. Peggy Ann Padgett 18 Randolph Road, Shelby, N. C. Business Administration Y.W.A. 1; Anchor Staff 2; Home- coming Sponsor 2. William Thomas Peace Route 1, Box 368 Rutherfordton, N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration Day Student 1,2. Willie Joe Pendleton 211 Lineberger Street Shelby, N. C. University of North Carolina Business Administration Day Student 1,2. .4i SOPHOMORES Miles G. PexN ' nington Pinkney Station, Gastonia, N. C. Limestone Ministry Day Student 1,2; Cliristian Volun- teer Band 1,2; Ministerial Associa- tion 1,2, Vice President 2. Mildred Ann Peterson Patterson Springs, N. C. Carson-Newman English Choir 1.2; Y.W.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 2; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2. DoNNis Marjobie Philbeck Route 3, Box 509, Shelby, N. C. Carson-Newman Religious Education Day Student 1; Pilot Staff 1,2 Marshal Club, Active Marshal 2 Basketball 1,2; Debate Team 2, Delta Psi Omega 2; " Our Town " 2; Sophomore Class Secretary 2. Ellis Ann Phillips 78 Fairfiix Ave., Asheville, N. C. Meredith l nglish Choir 1,2; Y.W.A. 2; Cheerleader 2; Anchob Staff 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2; " Our Town " 2. DoN. LD Reese Poole 1016 Georgia Avenue Thomasville, N. C. Guilford Physical Education Football 1.2; Basketball 1,2. Co- captain 2; Christian Volunteer Band 2; Monogram Club 1.2. Thomas Clinton Poston 150 South Elm Street Mooresville, N. C. Appalachian Elementary Education Sigma Pi Alpha 2; House Coun- cil 2. SOPHOMORES Jesse Allan Piioctoh 928 Earle Street Shelbv, N. C. M ' dke Forest Erliication Day Student 1,2, Day Student President 2 May Court Escort 1; Student Governjnent Assoeiation 2; Superlative 2. Peggie Lee Redding Lewisville, N. C. Business Administration Choir 2; F.T.A. 1,2, President 2; Basketball 1,2; International Rela- tions Club 2: Y.W ' .A. 2; House Council 2. James Behnabd Reece Route 2, North ' ernon, Indiana Gcoroc(oii. ' M College, Kenluchj Foreign Missionary Ministerial Association 1,2; Chris- tian Volunteer Band 1,2; B.S.U. Council 2. Warren James Reid Morganton, N. C. Vahe Forest Ministry Day Student 1,2. Vera Rose Box 52, Morganton, N ' , C. N. C. State Engineering Choir 1,2; " Our Town " 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; Christian Volunteer Band 1; House Council 2. Robert M. Russell Route 2, Clover, S. C. Business Administration House Council 2. mMM 4 . SOPHOMORES Mabv Jane Seacle Route 3, Lawndale, N. C. Appalachian Mathematics Anchor Staff 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 2. Edward H. Sharpe Box 73. Bakers ille. N " . C. Berco Business Administration Thomas W ' avne Sheets Route 2. Griffin Road Winston-Salem, N. C. Football 1,2, Co-captain 2; Mono- aram Club 1,2. President 2. D. N Sibley . lbeniarle. N. C. .V. C. State Mechanical Engineering N. C. State 1; Delta Psi Omega 2; International Relations Club 2; " Our Town " 2. James B. xter SmES Canton. N. C. C arson-Sew man Ministry B.S.U. Council, President 2; Min- isterial .Association 1.2; Christian X ' olunteer Band 1.2; .Anchor Staff 1; Marshal Club. Active M;ushal 2; Pih t Staff 2; Radio .Announcer- Engineer 2. Fred Sikes 708 North Lafa ette, Shelby. N. C. Wake Forest Business Administration Dav Student 1,2. " ■■ ■■ ■i SOPHOMORES ' lRGINIA Y ' ONNE SlNCl ETON 105 ITth St. N. V„ Hickory, N. C. rt ' rfcrn Cniolimi Elcmcntonj Educulion Choir 1: Christian N ' oUinteer Band 1.2; Y.W.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2; Home- coming Spon.sor 1,2; Cheer- leader 2. Don Ehskine Smith 209 Soutli Highland Street Gastonia, N. C. Wake Forest Business Administiiitinu Football 1. Wayne Stacy Smith 1208 Patterson Street Slielhy. . C. .V. C State Civil Enisineeriii i Day Student 1,2. l ' ui. Colin Sti: i)man Box .3.3.5, 115 Culp .A fnne Moores ille, . C. Wake Finest College Pre-Meilieine House C ouneil N ' ice President 2; Sophomore Cl;iss ' iee IVesiilent; Pilot Staff 2: Sigma I ' i . lpha 2; Super], iti e 2. Joyce Mahie Stephenson 1214 GIiMiwood - venue H.ileigh. X. C. Meredith Pritnnnj Kdiieiitiori Cliristi;ui X ' ohmteer Band 1,2; Choir 1,2: Y. V.. . 1,2; Pilot Staff 1,2, Business M;uiager 2; Cheer- leader 1,2; House C inneil 2; F.T.A. 2; Anchom Sl;df 2. Bahhama Ann Stone " 72 Hrookwood Apartments Siler City, N. C. Collei:e oj Meilieiil Teehnolonii, Miniiisolii. Liilioriitoni Teihniiiaii Anchoh St;lff 1.2: M;iiorette 1.2. C ' hief 2: Homei ouiiu,i; Sponsor 2. J BMMM mi mS B r - SOPHOMORES Mark Stone 423 Confederate Street Rock Hill. S. C. Furmaii Ministry Christian ' olunteer Band 1,2; House Council 2; Choir 1,2; Glee Club 2; Ministerial Association 1,2; Radio Club 1; Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 2; Day Student 2. P.iTRiciA Anne Stout 502 Lindsay Street High Point. X. C. Mederith Homecoming Sponsor 1,2; May Court 1; Cheerleader 1,2, Chief 2; Pilot Staff 2: Y.W.A. 2; Superla- ti e 2. James Edward Swing 111 Lee Street. Shelby. N. C. .v. C. State Electrical Engineering Dav Student 1,2. Ka Lee Suaim Route 2. Bo 67 Boon ille, . C. Business Adtninistration Choir 2; Y.W.A. 2; Pilot Staff 2; Basketball 2; Majorette 2; Anchor Staff 2; Homecoming Sponsor 2. Jeas Trantham Route -3. Canton. X. C. Carson-Xewman Home Economics Anchor Staff 1,2; Choir 1; V. W. A. 2; Art Club 2: Cheer- leader 2. Ruth Janice Turner 419 East Park Avenue Gastonia, X. C. University of South Carolina Business Administration Christian Volunteer Band 1; Choir 1: Y.W A. 2; Marshal Club. . ctive Marshal 2; Day Student 1; Homecoming Sponsor 2. SOPHOMORES Archie Da is Walker 4450 Lane Street Winston-Salem, N, C. Bettv Neil Walker Box 66, Boiling Springs, N. C. Day Student 2; Y.W.. . 1,2; Chris- tian Volunteer Band 2. WiLLUM Whay Walker Route 2, Mocksxille, N. C. Auburn, Alabama Veterinary Medicine Max Neil Walker Clover, S. C. Wake Forest Baseball 1.2. Ruth Vivian Weaver Route 4, Shelby, N. C. Carson-Newman Religious Education Choir 1,2; Y.W.A. 1, President 2; Christian Volunteer Band 2 ' B.S.U. Council 2. Elizabeth Ann Wheeler Route 6, Spartanburg, S. C. Newberry College, S. C. Business Administration Basketball 2; Choir 2. SOK l SOPHOMORES Betty Jo Williams 410 Dover Street, Shelby, N. C. Business Administration Pilot Staff 1,2, News Editor 2; Anchor Staff 1.2; Homecoming Sponsor 1,2. Roger Lee Wilson- Box 282, Bakersville, N. C. East Tennessee State College Business Administration Ch.ibles H. Winstead Zebulon, N. C. University of North Carolina English and Dramatics Choir 1; Pilot Staff 2; " Romeo and Juliet " 1; " Our Town " 2. James A. ' hitworth 1107 27th Ave., Gastonia, N. C. Ministry Nfinisterial Association Mary Eleanor York Forest City, N. C. W.C.U.N.C. History International Relations Club 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1. Ruth Elizabeth York Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. Carson-Newman ReUgious Education B.S.U. Council 2; Marshal Club 2; Y.W.A. 1,2; Christian Volunteer Band 1,2. SOPHOMORES Bahbaha Whav Ziedoms 304 North Morgan Street Shelby, N. C. W.C.U.N.C. Primary Educiiliun Day Student 1,2; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Marshal Club 2; Superlative 2. SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: Bill Bo ' e deh A-1 Sunnyside Homes, Winston-Salem, N. C_ IvEBSON BbeNDLE 628 South Washington Street, Shelby, N. C. Ronald Bukns Route 1, Box 444, Spartanburg, S. C. Oli eh Cain Concord, . C. J. T. Davis Cross Mill Station, Marion, N. C. Dee Deal 180 High Point Road, Spartanburg, S. C. Jerby Gabrison Route 4, Lincolnton, N. C. Wade Habris Route 1, Mooresboro, N. C. Stephen Holland Box 18, Boiling Springs, N. C. Labrv Jones 1420 Walnut Street, Gastonia, N. C. Bill Kisek 3 Vincent Street, Shelby, . C. Joe McGiNNis Route 2, Granite Falls, N. C. Robert Mobris 4414 Major Street, Charlotte, N, C. Joan Nagle Route 1, Mooresboro, N. C. Jack O ' Leaby 614 West Warren Street. Slielby, N. C. James Pearce Route 6, Statesville, N. C. Glenn Powell Box 4, Boiling Springs, N. C. Ralph Preslab 705 Park Avenue, Shelby, N. C. DA m Pressley 2.508 Ambler Court, Baltimore 24, Maryland Hugh Dea.n Price Route 2, Casar, N. C. Ed Scruggs Cliffside. N. C. James Sklsneb Box 105, Chesnee, S. C. Lee Rov Smith 1710 Johnson Street. High Point, N. C. Bob Tobin 211 Moon Street. Thomasville, N. C. Bob Travwick 200 Sloan Street, Belmont. N. C. : FRESHMEN -■Ba gg] ?.; FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Tommy Whit.mibe Vice-President Irva SxMith Treasurer Sarah Farrow Secretary Paul Roherts President Mrs. Hester M. Haynes Paadty Adviser ...FRESHMEN Earl Absher 314 Randolph Street Morganton, N. C, Freida Austin Route 10, Box 185-H Charlotte, N. C. David Beam Route 2 Shelby, N. C. Herbert Absher Minor Adams Route 2, Box 361-A 1144 Belvedere Avenue China Grove, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Jean Allen Grover, N. C. Bertha Bagwell Route 6 Asheville, N. C. Janet Beam Route 2 Cherryville, N. C. Betty Banning Edneyville, N. C. Ronald Beane Route 2 Granite Falls, N. C. Dorothy Barber Route 5 Lexington, N. C. Paul Bell 59 Pine Street Great Falls, S. C. Sandra Ammons P. O. Box 828 Johnson City, Tenn. Bob Bayles 1512 Chillum Road Hyattsville, Maryland Gretel Biggerstaff Box 43 Avondale, N. C. ams ' - : FRESHMEN... Gloria Bolch Svlma Bobdfbs Bob Bovles Fave Branch Frances Bvckneh 308 Arthur Avenue Patterson Springs. X. C. 256 Thirteenth Avenue 210 West Saint Germain St. Route 1, Box- 298 Valdese, N. C. Mars Hill, N ' . C. Gastonia, . C. Hickory, N. C. Barb. r. Caltox Bo.x 731 Bostic, N ' . C. Roy Church Route 5, Box 195 StatesviUe, N. C. Dl on ' C.-vrroll Route 2 Forest Cit ' , N. C. Bruce Ceanton Route 1, Box 542 KannapoUs, N. C. . n ' n Carswell Route 4, Box 305 Morganton, N. C. James Collette 1617 West Fourth . venut Gastonia, N. C. Fr. nces Causby Route 4, Box 5-3 Morganton, . C. Ferrell Con ' der Route 1 Pinesville, N. C. Lynn Cheek Box 303 -Newland, . . C. Patsy Cook Route 3, Box 5 Forest Cit -, N. C. % I mmmi fm rf : .( I- Jk T - f. Carolyn Cooper Route 4, Box 325 Gaffney, S. C, Bhenard Dalton Route 1 Shelby, N. C. Lucille Deese Route 2 Stanford, N. C. Reid Crawford Route I Bl.icksburg, S. C. Bennie Da.mehon 417 East Park Evenue Gastonia, N. C. Carol Dennis Box 168, 111 . Poston St. Shelby, N. C. Jack Daves Box 25.5 Ellenboro, N. C. Harris De ine Route .3 Lawndale. N. C. ...FRESHMEN Bobby Chew Carolyn Crocker 105 W ' aightstill Street Route 4 .Morganton, N. C. Gaffney, S. C. rioBEBT Da IS Route 4 Shelby, N. C. Ma.xie Doby P. O. Box 2.52 Thomasville, N. C. ' iLLiAM Curtis 312 Forest Street Forest City, N. C. Caxl DeBrew Route 3 Shelby, N. C. Robert Downey 624 North Duke Street Durham, N. C. 3ri iit Atki FRESHMEN... Joe Dvsaht Pecgv Eahly Route 4 Route 3 Cartersville. Georgia Slielln . N. C. Sabah Fahkow Bill Feathehstox 321 Gold Street , Route 3 Shelby, N. C. Forest City. N. C. Mabtha Gofobth Mabgabet Gold Route 2 922 Logan Street Cherryville, N. C. Shelby. N. C. Calvin Edney Rowland Evehette P- TSV Facan Marshall. X. C. " 10 Harding A enue Route 1 Kinston. X. C. Canipobello, S. C. Jebky Fl ' lp Bill Fvndebbltik Habbiet Gibson Route 5 6 First Street Route 1, Box 257 " inston-Saleni. . C. Lowell. X. C. . uburndale. Florid James Goode C. BOLINE GbeENE P. TSY CflEENE Box 36 Route 3, Box 377 Route 4 . ondale, X. C. Shelby. X. C. Shelby, X. C. ...FRESHMEN David Gricg Route 2 Shelby, N. C. VlTTO HaMRICK Ellenboro, N. C. JiMMIE HaKHIS Route 5 Gaffney, S. C. Graham Grissom Vonne Gwaltney Dorothy Hall Douglas Hambick Route 1, Box 264 ,319 Myrtle School Road Lawsonville, N. C. 14 W. Randolph Street Grover, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Shelby, N. C. William Hamrick Ellenboro, N. C. GoRDiE Hardin ' Catawba Heights Belmont, N. C. Martha Jean Haulk Anna Heilic 524 Harmon Street 42 Roclc ell Road Forest City, N. C. Route 9, Concord, N. C, Jack Harmon Route 2 Kings Mountain, N, C. Ronald Hellard Route 6 Salisbury, N. C. Jean Harmon Route 1, Box 37 Forest City, N. C. Ned Hendbick 518 South DeKalb St. Shelby, N. C, FRESHMEN... DiLLARU HiATT James Hic.oins Claude Hinson, Jh. W ' lLMA HOUSEH Lewis Howard Route 6 Mount Airy, N. C. Route 2 Marion, N. C. Box 306 Belmont, N. C. 2 Pleasant Street Belmont, N. C. Hampstead, N. C Anita Hoyle Clark Hovi.f Jekhy Hudson James Huey Clyde Humphries 840 West Marion Street Shelby, N. C. - Alexander Sub Station Forest City, N. C. Chimney Rock, N. C. Box K Marshall, N. C. Route 3 Shelby, N. C. Shirley Joli ev Bill Kincaid Don Kincaid Frank Kino Carroll Kirby Route 1 Mooresboro, N. C. Route ;3, Box 192-B Lenoir, N. C, Route 5, Box 609 Lenoir, N. C. Box 100 Wallburg, N. C. Hudson, N. C. R3 (h? fe4C ...FRESHMEN Margaret Laii. Robert Linebercer Charles Loftin Kitty Logan Austin Lookabii.i. Route 1, Alexis. N. C. 438 Fifth St. S.W. Box 259, Denton, N. C. Mooresboro, N. C. 601 Edgewood Ave. Thomasville, N. C. Hickorv, N. C. Peggy McDowell Rilla Ann McKinney Paul McLenuon Ben McSwain Maurice McSwain Route 1 2.50 Garden Creek Rd. Biscoe. N. C. 628 S. Lafayette St. 208 Dover St. Shelby, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Canipobello, S. C. Marion, N. C. Shirley McSwain Buddy Marshall Shannon Mauney Colleen Maynabd Bobby Meeks ° " ' ' 4 Route 1 Route 2 Route 2 General Delivery Shelby, N. C. Flat Rock. N. C. Shelby. N. C. Clemmons, N. C. Gastonia, N. G. FRESHMEN... Maiicaiu r Mii.foN l ' ' nA ( IS Minni ivrov I ' jaa Mii.i.in Mamuxha Moouk Pmi.scii.la M()1U;an lii.x 122 510 iMird SI. Koutc 3. H() 9.T MO Clc g Street 1 -B West TermcT Apts. Can.lciii. . C. K.um.iiM.lis. . C. K,iiiii;ipolis, N. C:. Slielln. ' . C. Aslieville. N. C. Oti.i.Aiu) MoKKDw I ' j)sii. Mui.i. Sue Nkai. Maik ahkt Noiuii.i.r: Joyck Oik m 3H C;;ir len Huiid Lawiuhile. N. C. Hiiute 1, Crover. . C. 1003 Gruliaiii St. B(« 121, Derita. N. C. Aslieville, n ' C:. C;ast(ini:., N. C. IJkiiyk Oi.iNin (;i i: A Pack J. H. PAN-iiii;it J. ,mks 1 . hks Kdwen Pkki.kh H23 (... Streit Hdiil, ' 1, Tryim, N. C. .511 E. Marion St. Himte 1 HS2 . Warren St. Xiirtli Wilkeslinni, N. C. Slielliy, N. C. Liinvood, N. C. Slielby, N. C. X 4ii lii Ih i%tf ' i Ben Poston Bill Poolf Walter Pope Mills Home Box 16, Waco, N. C. 2 Fanning Drive Tliomasville, N. C. Shelby, N. C. ...FRESHMEN Neal Potter Ruth Ann Price Route 3, Box 116 Route 1, Casar, N. C. Gaffney, S. C. Barbara Randall Charles Rankin Walker Redding Mary Ann Reece Daphene Reid 106 Barbara St. McAdenville, N, C. Route 1 2114 Violet St. Route 2 Forest City, N. C. Lewisville, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Sar. h Rhodes Ronald Rice Ray Rollins Sybil Scruggs Bentha Self 1221 Parker Ave. Route 3, Box 124 Route 2 Box 111, Gaffney, S. C. 108 Alwran St. Albany, Ga. Madison Heights, Va. Cherryville, N. C. Morganton, N. C. -jaSt FRESHMEN... Bennie Shebhili. 735 Fourtli St. Drive Hickory, N. C. DOX Slit ' Ll. 19 Laney St. Slielbv, ' . C. Cahl Size.moiu; 1407 Ozark Ave. Gastonia, X. C. CakOLYN SmITHDE.AI- GeHALD SouTHEMLASn Haholvn Spauks Route 3 Route 2 Bo. 175 Moore sville, N. C. Wallace. N. C. Cliffside, N. C. Shk Hal Smith Ihva Smith Route 1 606 W. Rankin Ave. Rutherfordton. N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Bill Stephens Bill Thomas, Jr. ' ilU Springs, . C Route 2 Wiiiston-Saleni, N. C. Jo Ann Thompson Bob Tomblin W ' illahd Upchubch 2321 Patterson Ave. 301 Missouri St. 402 Clierry St. Winston-Salem, N. C. Spindale. N. C. Kings Mountain, N. C. Charles Warlick Dietz Washburn Polkville. N. C. Box 103 Lattiniore, N. C. ...FRESHMEN Robert Webb 652 12th Avenue Hickory, N. C. Edwin White Route 3 Shelby, N. C. Tommy Whitmihe 619 Lineberger St. Shelby, N. C. Sam Wiley 520 S. Trenton St. Gastonia, N. C. Branson Wilkerson Bernice Williams Olin Wilson Alfred Wright Willow Springs, N. C. Route 1, Box 46 Box 9, Valdese, N. C. 815 North Church St. Forest City, N. C. Kings Mountain, N. C. FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Jack Allison, Mar in Atkinson, William Barger, Robert Benson, Tommy Berry, Carroll Bridges, Exerette Bronson, John D. Brooks, Larry Cabaniss, Guy Cabaniss, Guynell Campfield. Henry Campbell, James Campbell, Ronald Champion, Barkley Cobb, Gene Daves, Landon Deal, Max Doggett, Marvin Drumm, Hershel Eaker, Charlie Earwood, Ben Elam, Joe Ellis, Eugene Eskridge, Aubrey Ferree, Harold Fite, Robert Forbes, Phyllis Freeman, Dick Coins, Kennetli Goodson, Ray Gorman, Bill Greene, Douglas Greer, Bill Grigg, Bobby Hall, James Hall, Tom Henry, J. C. Hill, John Holland, Edwin Hoyle, Richard Hughes, Hal llughey, Marcus Huskey, John Tomas Hyde, Arnold Isaacs, Sam Jarrell, Bobby Dean Johnson, James Johnson, Kelly Kee, Tom Kerr, Jack Ledbetter, Horace Ledford, Ralph Ledford, Tom McCarver, Howard McCurry, Mary Jane Mathis, Dick Mauney, Joel Mauney, W: P . Miller, Bobby Dean Moore, Mrs. Hazel Moore, Woodrow Moss, Tommy Nanney, Jim Norrell, George Pace, Don Poteat, Ben Pritchard, Johnny Putnam, Jackie Re vis, James Robbins, John Harry Roberts, Paul Roberts, Jerry Ruff, Stanley Runyans, Charles Sellers, Paul Short, William Thornburg, Dennis Toney, Roger Turner, John Lewis Walker, Jack Waters, Danny Wiggins, James Williams, Ronald Williams, Don Wilson, Robert Withers, Bill Wolfe. m , t. nj r . ' • . V,- , , . r- . ACTIVITIES ' ' ■V; - v?. •5 7 Q. Sealed: Ed Scruggs, Wilma Mosley, Al Proctor, Piiul Roberts. Standing: Charlotte Carroll. Eddie Hudson, Betti- B.irker. STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Gardner-Webb College Govern- ment Association is the official repre- sentative body of the students. E er - student becomes a member of this or- ganization when he enrolls. Officers are elected in the sijring by the student body, and the primarj- and sole purpose is to serve students. The powers invest- ed in this organization by the faculty are subject to revocation at any at the discretion of the President and the Faculty. ' V Eddie Hudson President Ch. rlotte Carboll Secretary Betty Barker Vice-President 54 BOYS ' COUNCIL Front Row: Jerry Keeter, Tommy Poston, Mrs. Shytle, Jerry Hawkins, Paul Steadman. Second Rolf.- Scotty Frizzell, Ted Grayson, Ed Scruggs (President), Robert Russell. Each House Council is responsible for the order of its particular house. The House President pre- sides over all meetings of his house. The members of the council are the hall proctors. The House Presidents are sophomores elected in the spring after much cam- paigning. GIRLS ' COUNCIL HOUSE COUNCILS Left to right: Shelia Mayberry, Shirley Devlin, Marlene Lee, Vera Rose, Peggy Reddii Joyce Stephenson, Charlotte Carroll, Betty Barker, Wilma Moxley (President). BUSINESS STAFF Front row, left to right: Peggy Padgett, Joyce Hedriek, Jo Ann Mask, Joan Nolan. Second row: Marlene Lee, Margaret Gold, Irva Smith, Ed Scruggs— Business Manager. Third row: Willard Upchurch, Gloria Bolch, Kitty Logan, Jerry Hudson, Ann Carswell. EDITORIAL STAFF Left to right, seated: Mary Jane Seagle, Margaret Hazeltine-Editor, Marlene Lee. Standing: Wilma Moxley, Shirley Jolly, Benthu Self, Dr. Bob Elliott-faculty ad iser, Wihiia Houser, Bobbie Stone, Margaret Gold, Kitty Logan, Ellis Ann Phillips, Anita Hoyle, Bill Kincaid, Tommy Wlntmire, Dillard Hiatt, Conelia Harrill, Harolyn Sparks, Kay Swaiin, Shirley DeKin, Edwin Peeler, Joan Nolan, Joyce Stephenson, Jo Ann Mask. r. . m - Ed Scruggs Business Manager Margabet Hazeltine Editor-in-Chief RoHERT N. Elliott, Ih Faculty Adviser Bill Sitton Photographer THE ANCHOR STAFF OF ' 56 ART; Conelia Harrill, Kitty Logan, Anita Hoyle, Dillard Hait, Tom Whitmire. LAYOUTS: Mary Jane Seagle, Shirley Devlin, Wilma Houser, Bentha Self, Bill Kincaid, Marjorie Lattimore, Anna Heilig, Ann Wheeler. COPY: Ellis Ann Phillips, Bobbie Stone, Edwin Peeler, Bill Kiser, Wilma Moxley, Joyce Stephenson. PHOTOGRAPHS: Bill Sitton and G. L. Royster, photographers; Jean Trantham, Harolyn Sparks, Shirley Jolley, Ann Elhs. TYPING: Marlene Lee, Joan Nolan, Shirley Grotts, Peggy Padgett, Kay Swaiin, Barbara Moore, Jo Ann Mask. ADVERTISEMENTS: Willard Upchurch, Sheha Mayberry, Betty Jo Williams, Joyce Hedrick, Tommy Boston, Irva Smith, Jerry Hudson, Gloria Bolch, Margaret Gold, Don Shull, Ann Carswell. The Anchor is the Gardner- Webb yearbook, published by the students. The Anchor strives to preserve the students ' impressions of Gardner-Webb in a tangible form. The yearbook can only remind one of the time, the place, and the students; the individual student must remember the relationships of the parts to the whole in order to re-live those months on the Gardner-Webb campus. i John- Roberts Adviser Jebby Keeter . . . Editor-in-Chief Betty Jo Williams . . Nvics Editor The Pilot, the student newspaper, is published monthly by the combined and co-ordinated efforts of the students of Gardner- ' ebb College; their atti- tude, loyalty, devotion, and service ha e been all important factors in the pro- duction of The Pilot. This newspaper goes far in keeping the student bod - informed and in promoting better school spirit; it represents the college and the things for which it stands. THE PILOT STAFF Shelia Mayberry and Eddie Hudson Donnis Pliilbeck Jimmy Sides and Lee Jefferies Harold Long, Gilbert Fleming, Bill Kiser Boyce Freeman, David Littlejohn, Bill Kincaid. Charles Winstead Wihna Moxley and Joyce Odom Kitty Logan and Anita Hoyle Joyce Stephenson Ed Scruggs, Pat Stout Paul Steadman Henry Beveridge Kay Swaim Associate Editors Associate Xews Editor Religious Editors Sports Editors Literary Editors Literary Reporters Artists Business Manager Assistant Managers Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Typist uM Lift lo riglit: Jimmy Sides, Anita Ho -le. Wilnia Moxley, Gilbert Fleming, Pat Stout, Kay Swaim, Joyce Stephenson. Left to rigfit. Seated: Jerry Keeter, Joyce Odom. Slielia Mayberry, Betty Jo Williams. Stcimling: Mr. Roberts, Eddie Hudson, Harold Long, Ed Scruggs, Charles Winstead, Paul Steadman, Kitty Logan, Lee Jefferies, Bill Kincaid, Doniiis Philbeck, David Littlejohn, Henry Bex ' eridge, Bo ' ce Freeman. J J First Rou, left to riiiht: Cliarlotte Carroll. Ruth WV.ivc-r. Clara Nix. M.ir Jarit- ML-Swaill. Mr.s. Dorothy Hamrick. Second Row: Peggy Harmon. Betty Barker. Ruth York. Mi.ss Kathleen Da is. Tliiicl Row: Boh Ledford. Bill Cline. Thad Dowdle. Jinuin Sides. Fourth Rmc: Bo ce Freeuian. Jim Reece. Lee Jefferies. H.irding C.ddwell BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Studfiit Union is tlie connecting link between the local chinch, the Boiling Springs Baptist Church, and the college students. The BSU seeks to magnify the local church and to unif - fifteen to t vent religions ser ices each week. The religions services include Morning Watch, .Noon-day Pra er Ser ice, Vespers, Sunday School, and Training Union. Each ear the BSU sponsors a Fall Revival and a Religions Emphasis Week in the spring, jimmy Sides is president of this organization; Miss Da is and Mrs. Hamrick are the advisers. 60 Noon-Day Prayer Service Vespers Ill -l|rf ' inr ■pp-f o f C o --4 ,-. : ItfUteaJHUjii LildU CHOIR DEBATE fronf Ron-, left to right: Lail, Buckner, Weaver. Stone, Phillips, lloyle. Hedrick, Jolley. G altne -, Farrow, Mo.xley. Second Row: Cooper, Bagwell, Middleton. Ledford, Hudson, Price, Conder, Cheshire, Amnions, Redding. Third Rmc: Stephenson, S. McSwain, Cilbert, Borders, A. Smith, Baylcs, Kirby, Dodd, M. McSwain, King, Rose. Fourth Row: Swaini. Maynard, Peterson, McKinney, De ire, A. Jolley, McCarson, Miller . la berry, I. Smith, Harmon. Mr. Robert Carr directs the choir. The choir has made many off-campus performances this year. The debate teams are made m of students interested in debating and public speaking. The members get no credits for this acti ity e. cept the joy and satisfaction of debating. The teams are com- posed of Donnis Philbeck, Marjorie Lattimore, Eddie Hudson, (NIr. Dedmond, adviser), Lee Jefferies, Kitty Logan, and . nn Ellis. " _.( ' ' i h I i -i. ACTIN ' E MARSHALS: f oiK Row. kit tu ri hl: Bett Barker. Donuis Pliilbick, Charlotte C yroll, Margaret Hazeltine, Pearl King. Rutli Turner. Back Row: Eddie Hudson, Jim Sides, Harold Long, Lee Jefferies, Harding Caldwell. (Hugh Borders, not pictured). Membership in the Marshiil Chib, the honor societ) ' of the campus, is one of the highest honors attain- able. The active marshals ser ' e as ushers at public functions and as marshals at graduation. The chief marshals are Lee Jefferies and Margaret Hazeltine; the faculty ad iser is Miss Starnes. MARSHAL CLUB ACTI ' E AND HONORARY MARSHALS.- Left to right, seated: Ruth York, Barbara Ziedonis. ' ilniii Mo. ley, Patty Gilbert, Jo Ann Mask, Peggy Harmon, Charlotte Carroll, Donnis Philbeck. Standing: Margaret Hazeltine. Betty Barker. Jinnny Sides, Harold Long, Harding Caldwell, Hugh Borders, Eddie Hudson, Lee Jefteries, Ruth Turner, and Pearl King. 1 n ■■ YOUNG WOMEN ' S AUXILIARY The YW ' A is related to the Woman ' s Missionar Union, the Y ' A engages in mission study and mission acti ities. The members pictured are from left to right: First Row: Moxle -. Sparks. Jolley. Smithdeal, Reid. Austin, Banning. Carroll. Ellis. Second Row: Stephenson. Hall, ix, Harmon, Peterson. Beam, Weaver. Houser, Self, Maynard. Third Row: Redding. Cheshire, King. M. McSwain. Brittain, Amnions, Gilbert. Heilig, Price, Cheek. Fourth Row: Mask, Barker. Rose. S. McSwain, Morrow. Goforth, Middleton, York. Buckner. Gallon. Ruth Weaver is pre«;ident of this organization. eft to rig It: jYie Ministerial Association discusses problems of the ministry and studies Biblical questions. The purpose of the association is to create constructive and MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Front Row E Absher inspirational fellowship. Bill Cline is president of this organization. Xolen Reece Second Row: Pennington Rhyne CoUette Kite Third Row: Moss Gline Long Harris Borders Fourth How ' iley Dow die Lattimore Denton Stone YOUTH REVIVAL TEAMS Scores of -oung people go out euul. yt-ur witli Miss Starnes on the Youth Teams to many cluirches. This year there ha%e been many life commitments as a result of tlieir going. Most of those who went out on the teams tliis ear are pictured here. From left to right, First Row: Miss Starnes, Hall, Sparks, Houser, Gibson, Carroll, Branch, Reid, Banning; ' Second Row: Wright, Stephen.son. Mask, Jolley, Peterson, Bagwell, Brittain. Harmon, M. McSwain, Hazeltine; Tliird Row: De ine, Miller, Dameron, Ni.x, Cold, Pliilbeck, King, York, Maynard, Price; Foiirlh Row: Kirby, Wilson, Barker, McCarson, Cilbert, Logan, Biggerstaff! Crocker. Neal, Amnions, Dowdle, Poole, Sides. The Christian X ' okiiiteer Band is composed of men and women who are willing to let Christ lead them in their choice of a ocation. Harding Caldwell, presi- dent, leads the group in many opportunities of Christian ser ice. CHRISTIAN VOLUNTEER BAND First Row: Left to right: Hall Harmon Gilbert Ni.x Second Row: Mask Weaver McSwain Stephenson Third Row: E. Caldwell Peterson Deese Brittain Fourth Row: Pennington Dodd Ledford Moseley Fifth Row: H. Caldwell Dowdle Cline Lattimore Long SIGMA PI ALPHA Tlie Sigma Pi Alplia Honorary Language Fraternit ' is made up of students with an unusual interest in languages and a high scholastic average. Tlie group is composed of the follow- ing; seated, Shelia Mayberry, Charlotte Carroll. Mrs. Pollock (advisor). Pat Gilbert, and Phyllis Munday; standing. David Littlejohn, Joe Layell, Paul Steadman. ]. T. Davis. Eddie Brendle. and Marie Brittain. The president of this group is Pat Gilbert. GARDNER-WEBB ON THE AIR " Gardner-Webb is on tlie air " are the familiar words of Jimmy Sides, radio announcer, as Gardner-Webb College begins its weekly program. Originat- ing from the Huggins Memorial Commiuiication Center, the programs are transmitted from this studio b - station WOHS in Shelby. Many students participate in the programs that give a full coverage of college activities. Mr. Carr (right) provides for the music of the program, always beginning with the Alma Mater. Mr. Roberts (left) is the program director. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The purpose of this club is to stimulate interest in the study of local, national, and inter- national affairs. The club was reorganized this year by Dean Terrell. First Row, left to right: Wilma Houser, Nancy Cheshire, Carolyn Cooper, Peggy Redding, Patsy Greene, Frances Middleton, Sliirley McS ' wain, Anna Heilig. Second Row: Wray Freeman, David Littlejohn, Harold Long, Roy Church, Richard Brittain, Joe Layell, Boyce Freeman Charles Loftin, Dean Terrell. DELTA PSI OMEGA This is the dramatics fraternity on the eaitpus. Nfembership in this chib is indeed an honor. Quahfications for membership are rigid; a student must be an active participant in the college dramatics department, take part in play productions, and main- tain satisfactory scholarship. Professor J. Y. Hamrick sponsors the group. The Members of the ' 56 club are Eddie Hudson, Shelia Nfayberry, Frank Johnson (not pictured). Left io right, seated: Barker. Ellis, Cheshire, Harrill, Redding, McSwain, Steplienson, Greene, Hall, Lattimore, Seagle, Crocker, Scruggs, Singleton, Middleton, King, Amnions, Biggerstaff, and Davis. Standing: Wilson, Funderburk, Poston, Coins, Devine, Gamble, and Mr. Dedmond. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA To be a member of the Future Teachers of America one must be in training for the teaching profession. The group meets periodically for fellowship and for extra-curricular discussions on teacher training and on problems in teaching. Peggie Redding is president of the Gardner-Webb Chapter; Mr. Dedmond is the faculty adviser. The Hiking Club is a newly organized club sponsored by Mr. Troutman. The group has enjoyed many hikes and picnics under the leadership of its president, Don McCarson. This club could be called the Fresh Air Club because that is exactly what thev want to get. HIKING CLUB Left to right: Mr. Troutman Moseley, Neil, Weaver, Morgan, Cheek, Gallon, Banning, Harrill, Ledford, Sparks, Gilbert, Jolley, Grocker, Scruggs, Gausby, and McCarson. NER. COLLEGE FOUNDED 1905 f LASS OF 1953 5 ' m i iwt " The college-high school band, organized in 1952, is made up of both Gardner- Webb College and Boiling Springs High School students. The majorettes and the band have given some fine half-time per- formances this year at football games. The band also plays for other special occasions during the year. The group is under the di- rection of Professor J. Y. Hamrick. -.5., W ' — . »: ?. -y- ' : fC ■■ • " V J ' . ' ' ] ■: 1 ■ aiOi. " Sail on, nor fear to breast the sea! Our hearts, our hopes, arc all with thee, Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers, our tears. Our faith triumphant o ' er our fears, Arc all with thee, — are all with theel " ; — Longfellow FOOTBALL Under the leadership of Coach James Garrison ( left ) and Coach Xonnan Harris (right) the 1955 football squad made a fine record for the season. The success- ful season saw the Bulldogs di ■ide conference honors with Lees-McRae. ' AUI. fc t, In the curtain-raiser September 17, at Shelby, Gardner-Webb took on a tough Appalachian " B " team, bowing 12-6 after an unforgettable performance. The Nfountaineers were deep in reserves, and this plus superior weight may have been the difference as Coach Norman Harris ' Bulldogs served notice they were off to the grid wars, and would be no patsy for any opponent. September 24 the Bulldogs fought a gamely-determined Mars Hill club to a narrow decision, 14-7, at the Lions ' home field. With halfback J. T. Davis hitting his stride, and Jerry Hawkins playing inspired ball at center, the Bulldogs pulled this close one out of the fire. First Row, left to ri ht: Robert Webb, J. T. Davis, Bennie Sherrill, Jerry Hawkins, Harold Long, Bill Gamble, Jerry Ballard. Second Row: Coach Garrison, Bill Greene, Don McCarson, John Holland, Bob Tobin, Paul Roberts, Arnold Isaacs, Coach Harris. Third Row: Don Smith, Joe Dysart, Danny Wiggins, William Stephens, Johnny Putnam, Bobby Crew. Fourth Row: Bobby Tomblin, James Huey, Jackie Reavis, Jerry Doby, Scottie Frizzell, Landon Deal, Manager, Edwin Peeler. Fifth Row: Ray Doggett, James Johnson, Tommy Sheets, James Williams, Ben Poston, Ronald Burns, and Richard Coins. . Mdiutgers: Eddie Brendle Edwin Peeler FOOTBALL Co-captains: Tommy Sheets and Scottie Frizzell I ,S September 30 the Bulldogs traveled to Cullowhee for a non-conference encounter with the Western Carolina " B " . In a driving rain the Bulldogs managed to grind out a 6-0 victory. On October 8 the local team returned home and responded kindly to a strong Hargrave team turning them back 19-6. October 15 the strong boys from Banner Elk came to town, and Gardner-Webb quickly responded with a 19-19 tie. In a clean, hard-fought battle they spoiled the Bulldogs ' perfect record. ' n r - % Tonmn- Sticets— C.uarti Don McCarson-Halfback Robert Webb-Quarterback On October 21 Coach Harris ' gridders took on a strong Elon " B " team. The Bulldogs struck quick for a six point lead wliich they ne er relinquished. Homecoming saw an inspired Mars Hill team come to town only to be blasted by eleven confident Bulldogs. Gardner-Webb was definiteh- up for this contest and carried off the ictorv 19-0. J. T. Davis-Halfback Bob Tobin— Fullback Arnold Isaacs— Halfback Mk.- Don Poole— Tackle Jerry Hawkins— Center Bob Toniblin— Tackle November 5 the Bulldogs made a return match to the Lees-McRae campus where they suffered their second defeat of the season on the home soil of the Bobcats. Injuries helped to account for the 26-7 score. The final game with Georgia Militar ' Academ - wrapped up the 1955 season, as the Bulldogs bowed 7-0. Bill Gamble-Guard Jerr ' Dob ' End Scottie Frizzell— End Harold Long— Guard JfiT - Balhird-End Ronald Burns— Guard Four players of Gardner-Webb ' s 1955 Bulldog squad were named to the mythical All-Conference team of the Western North Carolina Junior College Conference. The bo s were chosen by coaches of the various teams in the con- ference. They were: Jerry Hawkins, of Shelby; Jerr - Doby, of .Mills Home; J. T. Da is, of Marion; and Tommy Sheets, of Winston-Salem. Jerry Hawkins was oted the .Most ' aluable Player of the Bulldog squad by his team mates and gi en a trophv at a banquet sponsored by the Progressi e Club of BoiHng Springs. Dick Goins— Fullback James Williams-GM -■! Jinnnie Johnson— Quarterback Jackie Reavis— End John Holland-Guard Bill Stephens— Center ,.m Ben Poston— Halfback Landon Deal— Halfback James Huey— Quarterback Ray Doggett— Guard Don Smith— End Danny Wiggins— Center i Bill Greene— End Joe Dysart-Tackle Bennie Sherrill— Center First Rnw, le l lo ri ' Jit: J.iiiies P; rks, Arnold Isaais. Doiiy Greer, Jim Gnode. Seiittie Frizzell. Second Row: Bennie Slierrill (scorer), Kelly Kee, James Huey, Landon Deal, James Johnson, Edwin Peeler, J. T. Da is (timer). Third Row: Coacli Harris, Mark Stone, Bobb - Crew. Ronald Beane, Don Poole, Bill Stephens, Coach Garrison. BASKETBALL Scottie Frizzell, Co-captain Guard Mark Stone Center Don Poole, Co-captain Center or Forward Jerry Hawkins Guard AriiiiUl Isaacs Fiiruanl or Guard Doug Greer Guard Bobby Crew Forward James Parks Guard November 30— Groves Thread Won 73-67 January 21 — December 3— Wingate Lost 65-97 January 28 December 5— Western Carolina Lost 60-64 January 30— December S-Mars Hill Lost 68-75 February 2 December 10— Spartanburg Lost 71-93 February 4 December 12-Faul Crymcs Lost 74-76 February 6 December 14— Cro es Thread Lost 59-77 Februar 9 January 5-Faul Crymes Won 57-49 February 13 January 7— Asheville-Biltmore Won 55-53 February 16- January 9-Furman Lost 88-96 February 18 January 12-Nortli Greenville Lost 83-111 February 20 January 14-Brevard Lost 65-75 February 23 Lees-McRae - - Ashe ille-Biltmore High Point Brevard Lees-McRae Spartanburg High Point -Mars Hill Western Carolina -North Greenville -Furman " B " ■25— The Tournament Lost 63-83 Lost 63-66 Lost 65-80 Lost 50-88 Lost 83-87 Lost 71-77 Lost 62-82 Lost 81-98 Won 86-83 Lost 87-91 Lost 88-101 ■ ■ .sMMiil .T Jim Goode Guard Bill Stephens Center or Forward 1 ■ 1 CHEERLEADERS Front. left to right: Pat Stoi.t (Chief). Rolwrt Withers. Stamliiig: Jean Tranthanl, Sarah Farrow, Margaret Gold. Sheha Ma berry, Ir a Smith, Jovee Stephenson. Virginia Singleton Ellis Ann Phillips. The cheerleaders ha e gi en their time and effort to support the team and to boost the school spirit. They not onl - cheered at the games but aided the Monogram Club by selling programs and ribbons for football games. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL TEAM left to li-ihl: l its F.iyan. IV yy MiDoudl, Patsv Gicfne, Kitty Logan, Slielia Maybeny. Ir a Smitli. Fiaiuvs Caushy. I ' c-gg) Reddhif;, Pat Cillnit. Ka Swaini. Jant-t Beam, Sarali Farrow. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women ' s . tliletic . s,sociafion is designed to present tor all students an interest in wholesome leisure time acti ities, to or ;anize and administer a varied and interesting athletic program, and to stimulate a spirit of fellowship and coiiiradeship through participation and competition. There is keen competition between classes in olle ball, basketball, and Softball tournaments as tliey try for the trophy award- ed on Field Da -. Individuals become skilled in ping-pong and badminton. The Woman ' s Program is clima.xed in the spring with the an- fA.ig nual Ma Day festivities, in which members I if 1 ° ' ' " ' ' ' physical education classes take part. ffljfj| Mrs. Haynes is making this year ' s program of s f ' plnsical education one of the best athletic pro- grams ever. Mils. Havnes They keep track of the girls ' game. Volley Ball is an exciting game in physical education class. First Row, left to right: Bill Hendricks, Howard Proctor, Bill Kiser. Bob Tobin, Bob Morris, Jerry Hawkins, Coach Harris. Second Row: Joe McGinnis, Don Poole, Ed Scruggs. Joe Saunders, M; , Walker, Bill Carlton, Scottie Frizzell. Third Row: Bill Bell, J. T. Davis, Ralph Preslar. Bob Tra Avick, Tonuin- Sheets, and Larr - N ' onCannon. BASEBALL IN ' 55 Coach Harris began the 1955 spring baseball season with t vent -si.x aspirants. Sl returning lettemien formed the nucleus of the team: Bill Carlton, Bill Kiser, Joe Saunders, Howard Proctor, Jimmy Gamble, and Steve Morrisett (a member of the 1953 state championship team). March 31— W ' ingate Lost April 2— River Bend Lost April 4— Wingate Lost April » Mars Hill Won (double-header) Won April 12— Spartanburg Won April 19— Spartanburg Lost April 21- orth Green ille Won .April 27— River Bend Lost . pril 30— Brevard Won ( double-header ) ' on May 3— North Greenville ' on May 5-Mars Hill Lost May 6— Xorth Greenville Lost May 10— Spartanburg Won May 13-Brevard Won k ! ii£ Miilu! ' .. ■■1 a.. bC ' If- i 11 n First Row, left to right: James Williams, Jerry Hawkins, J. T. Da ' is, Eddie Brendle, Robert Webb, Bennie Sherrill, Bill Gamble, Don McCarson, Bob Tobin. Second Row: John McBrayer, Jerry Doby, Scotty Frizzell, Edwin Peeler, Paul Roberts, Harold Long, Bill Bovender, Jerry Ballard, Ralph Preslar, Coach Harris. Third Rotv: Tommy Sheets, Don Poole, Jerry Camp, Bobby Crew, Bobby Tomblin, Ray Doggett, Johnny Putnam, Carlisle Hostetter, Bob Traywick, Ed Scruggs. MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club is composed of boys who earn letters in one of the three major sports: football, basketball, or baseball. The goal of the Monogram Club is to make the best in sportsmanship, and to make the members of the club leaders on the campus. This year the club has sponsored a visit of the Blood- mobile to Boiling Springs, has encouraged the March of Dimes on the campus, and has greatly promoted the school spirit. fltti ' -i- ' ' ' i J-j,Z. . MiCi iv.. ' J i ill - ' JV inn l.JB ' ♦ « i ' i i ,_ 1 forsake earth ' s troubled waters for a purer spring. " — Byron J iitttfji. fl :. K ' FEATURES mm WHO ' S WHO IN ' 56 The sophomores pictured in this section are the outstanding students on Gardner- ' ebb Campus. AT GARDNER-WEBB They were elected by the sophomore class. Each has a distinct personality. Jeiiby Keeter Cranierton Pat Stout High Point Eddie Hudson Cranierton WHO ' S WHO IN ' 56 ' ■mmmm AT GARDNER-WEBB - ii_ Sarah Farro ' Homecoming Queen k HOMECOMING AND FOUNDERS DAY Margaket Gold Freshman Attendant Pat Stout Sophomore Attendant Homecoming was celebrated in fine style. Man - of the old grads enjoyed the parade and big pep rally on Friday night, October 28, 1955. The Rev. Horace G. Hammett, a former teacher and coach of the college, ga e the Founders Day ad- dress at the chapel hour. Saturday ' esening a talent show was scheduled and a Bar-B-Que dinner followed on the Huggins-Curtis lawn. The da ' ' s activities were ended with the Homecoming football game Saturday night when the Bulldogs slaughtered tlie long-standing ri al Mars Hill 19 to 0. At the half-time ceremonies, Sarah Farrow of Shelby was crowned Homecoming Queen bv President Phil Elliott. riaiiiM First Ron. left tn ritilit: Slu-li.i M,i lx-rn. Pat Stout. K.i Sw.imi, Bolil ic Stiine. Lil) Moore Sheets. Ellis Ann Phillips. . nn Car.suell, ' irj;inia SinyU-ton. Brenda Bogsis. Shirley Tobin, Betty Ji) Williams. Back Row: John McBrayer. Jerry Dohy. Seottx Krizzell. J. T. Davis. Tonunv Sheets. Don Poole. Jerr Ballard. Boh Tobin. " Shine " Williams. PLAYERS SPONSORS Allen Collins " Jerry Doby Scotty Frizzell J. T. Daxis Tommy Sheets Don Poole Jerry Ballard Bill Gamble Jerry ' Hawkins Bob Tobin James Williams John McBrayer Don McCarson " ° ot pictured Shelia Mayberry Pat Stout Kay Swaini Bobbie Stone Mrs. Lib Sheets Ellis . m Phillips . nn Carswell N ' irginia Singleton Brenda Boggs Mrs. Shirley Tobin Betty Jo Williams Dot Isley° Peggy Padgett " s sss? aga " -« nnii Left to right, seated: Margaret Gold, Attendant; Sarah Farrow, Queen; Pat Stout, Attendant. Standing: Charlotte Carroll, Phyllis Mundy, Perrie Dean Davis, Betty Barker, Shelia Mayberry! Frances Causby, Ruth Turner, Faye Branch, Joan Nolan. GROUPS SPONSORS Baptist Student Union Charlotte Carroll Decker Hall PhyiHs Munday Sophomore Class Perrie Dean Davis Student Government Betty Rose Barker Delta Psi Omega Shelia Mayberry Hiking Club Frances Causby Marshal Club R„th Turner Freshman Class Paye Branch S» " Joan Nolan iiSEEH t -h A, A-, ■z :; . « II HMmmnmm mt MAY DAY With spring comes one of the Io ehest occasions held on the campus— May Day. The Ma - Court is elected by popular ote-the King and Queen from the sophomore class and the attendants and escorts from the sophomore and fresh- man classes. The crowning of the King and Queen, the Nhiy Pole Dance, and the glorious array of flowers make May Da - one of the outstanding e ents of the year. Nhiy Day of 1955 was held Saturday, Ma ' 7, on the terrace of the O. Ma. Gardner Memorial Student Center. The terrace and surrounding lawn had been transformed into an old Southern garden with hoop skirts, cotton bales, pickaninnies, and Southern ladies and gentlemen. Grace Rollins May Queen Thf young iittend.uits are Kate " i.-,eek and Katln Washburn. The eourt includes: left to right: Pat Stout. Phyllis Mundy, Marlene Steele, Becky Hart, Shirley Reavis, Grace Rollins, Henry Fogle, Betty Barker. Fraulein Swaringer, Deree Mayl)err -, ' icki Plaster, Doris Moody, Jerr - Keeter. Myron Ruppe, Ronald Burns, Toininx- Sheets, Eddie Hudson. Le« is Jackson! Mac Hill, Bill Boxender, Conrad M irris, A] Proctor. Pat Stout— Jerry Keett-r Fraulein Swaringer— Mac Hill Bett ' Barker— Lewis Jackson Vke 1955 Becky Hart— Tommy Sheets Doris Moody— Al Proctor Phyllis Mundy— Myron Ruppe Marlene Steele— Ronald Burns a Co urt Deree Mayberry— Bill Bovender Shirley Reavis-Eddie Hudson Vicki Plaster mam " OUR TOWN " " Our Town " is one of the most popular plays of our time. This three act play by Thornton Wilder was presented by the dramatics department December 12-13, 1955. Professor J. Y. Hamrick was the director; Shelia Mayberry, student director. Leading roles were played by Carl McKinney, Stage Manager; Eddie Hudson, George Gibbs; Margaret Gold, Emily Webb; Donnis Philbeck, Mrs. Gibbs; Gloria Bolch, Mrs. Webb; Dan Sibley, Mr. Gibbs; and Willard Upchurch, Mr. Webb. Others were: Da id Littlejohn, Joe Crowell; Wra ' Freeman, Wally Webb; Charles ' instead. Professor Willard; Hugh Dean Price, Simon Stimson; Ann Wheeler, Mrs. Soames; Robert Withers, Si Crowell; Carol Kirby. Howie Newsome; and others of the dramatics class playing small parts. 105 mjm aM iiSi 4- ■ ADVERTISEMENTS liMSiMm i ai « » vol Compliments of DOVER TEXTILE GROUP SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Super FOOD FAIR Markets ' The place to go ... to save your dough " FOOD FAIR OF N. C. INC. GENERAL OFFICE WINSTON-SALEM N. C DR H HANSEL STEMBRIDGE, JR , Minister of Forest City, N, C. MR. 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