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58 n-j-T t- Y -(j}_ Tt C-c? Y X ORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE Published by the Students of North Carolina State College, Raleigh, North Carolina rli CoTolma Sad illna talf Dick Chalmers, Editor-in-chief Alex Hall, Business Manager In the beginning . . . registration . . . every year . . . twice a year ... for four, maybe five years . . . t he fresh- man ' s first encounter with the order and simplicity of college life . . . IBM . . . class co-ordination . . . X-ray . . . hobbies???? . . . twice a year . . . every year. jj t In ' The ideal theory of leisure time is a predominant factor at State College . . . attend class . . . study ... an occasional visit to the library . . . study . . . stroll about campus . . . study . . . strange repetition . . . must be that IBM system again. N i ' 1 ' Iff IH. _ 1 In the end . . . take your tassel . . . it ' s worth 35 cents . . . but leave that small black spherical mass . . . there seems to a waiting line. [8] Ify lil WAVlFToKeep yoi R liiiu 1; - ' A OoUNCi Cap, ,.v %i«%J I. teS [9] F »n i irr nwr " " PT rn— ' If i J.., ...1 LiiinjiiTi. ' iL. . J ■IH k •fi ' ' a .? .aas6»a « ' ! : .2? ais; ' ' .•. ' -» -.- i.. s m I nr iiii r3 M -. » J kXT iT " -: dnieTeioji i mm m Luther Hodges Governor of North Carolina [12] Administration William C. Friday President of the Consolidated University Gary H. Bostian chancellor of North Carolina State College [13] JOHN W. SHIRLEY Dean of the Faculty Responsibility for the coordination of academic affairs: all matters pertaining to courses, curricula, faculty appointments, allocation of teaching space and overall col- lege academic policies. )AMES ). STEWART, )R. Dean of Student Affairs Responsibility for student welf are and services including admissions, registration; housing; counseling; financial aid; student activities; college union and military training. BANKS C. TALLEY, JR. Director of Student Acfivities Coordinating office for programs involving the College Union; re- ligious affairs; music activities and student activities. LYLE B. ROGERS Director of Counseling Responsibilities include individual student counseling; student finan cial aid; orientation of new stu- dents; interpretation and use of admissions and placement tests. HENRY BOWERS Assistant Director of Student Activities Assistant to the Director for pub- lications; fraternities, organizations and student government. [14] K. D. RAAB Director of Admissions and Registration Responsibility for promoting State College at High schools and Junior colleges; interviews and college data on candidates for admission; provides statistical information and academic reports on present and former students. ), C, VANN Business Manager Responsible for preparation of Col- lege budgets; receipt and dis- bursement of all College funds; custodian of all College property; operation of all non-academic en- terprises including Laundry, Book Store, Boarding Department and Dormitories; operation and main- tenance of Physical Plant, and the utilities serving it. L. L. RAY Foundations and Public Relations Seeking to stimulate broad public support for State College pro- grams, L. L. Ray, director of foun- dations and public relations, wel- comes the assistance of all our citizens toward building a greater State College. N. B. WATTS Director of Student Housing Coordinates and supervises campus student housing; dormitory social and recreation program and acts as adviser to the Interdormitory Council and Traffic Committee. [15] DEAN D. W. COLVARD School of Agriculture [16] PRODU p The science of agriculture is finding increasing application on the farms, in manufacturing plants, in processing plants, and in the entire network of sales and distribution of agri- cultural products in North Carolina. No longer does agricul- tural science apply only to farms. Men trained in the biological sciences and agricultural sciences are finding employment in a wide variety of professional, industrial, and farming activi- ties. The graduates of the School of Agriculture are molding many of the changes which are taking place so rapidly and which are building a greater North Carolina. Likewise, they are finding their place in other parts of the nation as leaders in their respective fields. The mule and plow can no longer characterize agriculture. The agricultural leaders of today are those with mastery of chemistry, the biological scien ces, agricultural business management, agricultural engineering, public policy and the techniques of efficient plant and animal production, processing and marketing. The young men and women of North Carolina have the talent and the School of Agriculture provides the training. Throughout the state and nation there is a demond and a willingness to pay for those with both the talent and the training. [17] Agriculture Club Ag Club membership consists of students in the School of Agriculture ond the Department of Agriculture in the School of Educotion. The Ag Club was organized in 1917 to promote leader- ship in agriculture and campus activities, to provide recreational, educational, and entertoinment programs for its members, ond to promote school spirit. The club strives to occomplish these objectives through a voriety of activities. At the weekly meetings members enjoy in- formal talks, illustrated lectures, educational movies, and entertainment programs. It also sponsors the Student ' s Ag Fair, the Barnwarming, Ag Day, and has its own out- standing publication, " THE N. C. STATE AGRICUL- TURE. " OFFICERS Glenn Moore President Clay Price Vice-President Glenn Woodley Secretary Dove Smith Treasurer Hal Johnson Reporter Ben Kittrell Custodian Joyce Foster Sponsor Glenn Moore President t J - i " t .V ' liv lames L. Beck President Agronomy Club OFFICERS James L. Beck President Billy Farrow Vice-President Carl S. Gentry Reporter James L. Knowles Treasurer W. M. Lewis Adviser The aims of the Agronomy Society are to stimulate interest in the field of Agronomy, to aid in carrying on student activities, and to improve relotionships between faculty and students. Each year the club sponsors educational exhibits at the North Corolina State Fair and an Awards Banquet is held during the spring semester at which time the club presents an award to the outstanding instructor in the School of Agriculture. Elizabeth Woodruff Sponsor [19] Alpha Zeta Wiley Ritter Chancellor Ayscue Futrelle Johnson Patterson Wiley Riner Cecil Brooks Larry Patterson William Jasper Barnette Gentry Lemmons Patterson Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus, Ohio on November 4, 1897. The North Carolina Chapter was the eighth of forty-five chapters and was chartered in 1904. Its aims are perhaps best expressed in the words of the founders: " Alpha Zeta wos established neither as on honorary nor as a social froternity, but as a professional fraternity whose membership shall be combined of the qualities of high scholarship, fine fellowship, and sound character. " These are the vital qualities of real leadership in the field of agriculture for which the fraternity was established to en- courage and develop. OFFICERS Chancellor Censor Scribe Chronicler Beaman Bennett Brinkley Brooks Gilliam Gilmore Hendrix Jasper Leonard Manley Morris Page Ritter Robertson Sneed Teague [20] Horticulture Club OFFICERS Lee Cash President Tom Gilmore Vice-President Judy Medlin Secretary Harley Blackwell Treasurer ILG0RC HAL The object of the Horticulture Club is to stimulate student interest in the field of Horticulture; to foster and promote recreational and educational activities; and to encourage student participation in extracurricular activities. Agricultural Economics Club OFFICERS Clair E. Morris John Revelle Sherrill Bryant Bill Wilhelm President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer This club is composed of all graduates and undergrad- uates in Agriculture Economics. It has as its purpose: i 1 ) to stimulate interest in agricultural economics, l2) to provide a means of contact between students and Farm Economics Association members, ond (3 1 to pro- vide means whereby the members con become familiar with the current developments in the field of agricultural economics. [21] jimmy Hunt, Editor The Agriculturist The AGRICULTURIST is the official publicotion of the School of Agriculture and the " Ag " Club. It is published six times a year. This magazine, by printing articles on soils, live- stock, and other items that are invaluable to agriculturists, promotes closer cooperation between students, faculty, and olumni. The AGRICULTURIST serves as an important mode of publicity both within the state and others. EDITORIAL STAFF Hal Johnson Earl Davis Harold Lineberger Emmett Patterson Jonathan Hooks Associate Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Staff Staff Ralph Leonard Tom Gilmore . . Richard Younts Staff Stoff Staff Ronnie Tharrington Staff Tommie Tharrington Staff Clay Price Bob Leonard BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager Cecil Brooks Assistant Business Manager Ben Kittrell Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager STAFF Sherrill Brinkley, Business Manager [22] Poultry Science Club OFFICERS William J. Jasper President Monroe McClure Vice-President Don M. Robertson Secretary Dr. Fremm Adviser Jerry M. Morris Adviser Don M. Davis Ken M. Dills Ted Drum Harry L. Page MEMBERS Willie Payne Joy F. Wilfong J. Hubert Williamson Pi Alpha Xi OFFICERS Charles Jackson President Harry Neely Vice-President Ben Kirkland Secretary-Treasurer Pi Alpha Xi is a Notional Honorary Floricultural Fra- ternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote high scholarship and fellowship among its members, to in- crease the efficiency of the profession, and to establish cordial relations among the students, educators, and professional florists. The Iota Chapter of Pi Alpha Xi was established at North Carolina State College in 1957. [23] American Society of Agricultural Engineers OFFICERS E. S. Tyson Ervin Humpheries Ronald Sneed Carl Toney Clarence Hood Preston Sasser President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter New. Letter Editor The ASAE Club consists of students in Agricultural Engineering and Mechanized Agriculture who are seeking insight into the professional side of their chosen field. Programs have brought out the various opportunities that are open to Agricultural Engineers. Members have an opportunity to obtain leadership training and meet other students and faculty members. The Club this year con- sisted of fifty members. [24] Agricultural Education Club OFFICERS Ted Richardson President Robert Brisson Vice-President Ben Kittrell Secretary Billy Ayscue Treasurer Wallace Baker Custodian C. D. Bryant Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Ben Kittrell Jeff Wearil Carl Ward William Bryan Wallace Baker Roger Bunch Bob Brisson J. D. Melton Jack Ladd Wayne Boles Linwood Ward Phil Bcaman Maurice Oliver Charles Russell Kenneth Best Don Elliot C. D. Bryant Carroll Bennett Ted Richardson Billy Ayscue Thomas Fulghum [251 4-H Club OFFICERS Glenn W. Woodley Jimmy Hendrix Carlton Garner Leon Allen Kent Mann President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian-Reporter MH P ' H Iv i4 4 1 wA| P •- - The Collegiate 4-H Club first started on State College campus in April, 1940 as the State College 4-H Supper Club with the objectives to foster fellowship among 4-H members at State College, to promote leadership and citizenship, and to acquaint club members with Exten- sion work and workers. Today the club promotes leader- ship, fellowship, citizenship, and religious development through weekly meetings, deputations with Woman ' s College 4-H Club, 4-H Church Sunday Services, devo- tionals, and projects such as operating a checking serv- ice booth at the State Fair and building the Homecoming floot. Animal Industry Club OFFICERS Jim Gilliam President Howell Gentry Vice-President Jerry Willis Secretary Don Henson Treasurer Walt Jones Reporter Tom West Historian Clint Reese Custodian James Smith Acting Chairman Brad Craig Adviser The oim of the Animal Industry Club is to improve the relotionship between students and faculty, to stimulate interest in the field of Animal Industry, and to have the Animal Industry Club members become better ac- quainted with the livestock breeders of this state. The Club has an annual publication, " Meat and Milk the Scientific Ways " ; sponsors the Annual Breeders Barbe- cue; fits and shows animals at the State Fair; operates the Dairy Bar during Fair Week; enters an exhibit at the Ag Fair; and encourages student participation in judging contests. All students enrolled in Animal Industry are members of the Animal Club. [2 6] ROBERT LOUIS ANDERSON OAK PARK, ILL Animal Industry JAMES EARL BAKER COWEN, W, VA. Botany GERALD D. BOLES RALEIGH, N C, Agricultural Education JOHN RONALD BRAKE STANTON, MICHIGAN Agricultural Economics BILLY EDWARD CALDWELL NEWTON, N C Field Crops-Agronomy WILLIAM VERNON CAMPBELL RALEIGH, N C intomology SAMUEL JAMES CHILOS HENDERSONVILLE, N C. Poultry Science ROY CLIFFORD COFFEE RALEIGH, N C Soils ROBERT EDWARD COOK GANDEEVILLE, W. VA. Genetics CARL CRISCO, JR. HIGH POINT, N C, Agri. Biol. Chemistry ROY ALEXANDER DAULTON SALISBURY, S. RHODESIA Plant Pathology JORGE G. DAVIDE PHILIPPINES Soils PAULA SANTOS DAVIDE PHILIPPINES Dairy Mfg. ALTON RAY DAVIS PIKEVILLE, N, C Agricultural Education WILLIAM HATCH DAVIS COALVILLE, UTAH Field Crops CHARLES EDWARD DePOE SOUTHAMPTON, N Y. Botany DAVID ROSS DILLEY LACOTA, MICHIGAN Plant Pathology CLIVE WELLINGTON DONOHO, JR. PORTLAND, TENN, Horticulture JOHN HENRY DROGE SENECA, KANSAS Agricultural Economics WALTER DONALD DUCKWORTH ATHENS, TENN. Entomology HOWARD E. ERDMAN WEATHERLY, PA Genetics HENRY P. FLEMING LUCAMA, N. C. Animal Industry RALPH AUSTIN FREUND, JR. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS Agricultural Economics HAROLD BIRGER GIAEVER OSLO, NORWAY Agricultural Economics RAYMOND W GIESEMAN WILLIAMSTOWN, KANSAS Agricultural Economics GUY VERNON GOODING, JR. KENANSVILLE, N C Plant Pathology LEIGH HUGH HAMMOND RALEIGH, N C Agricultural Economics HASSAN ABDUL HAMID BAGHDAD IRAQ Genetics JOSEPH HAVLICEK, JR. ROCKFORD. OHIO Agricultural Economics ANDREW JACKSON HIATT WILDIE, KY. Plant Physiology KENNETH LEE HILL RALEIGH, N C. Field Crops, Weed Control TEODORO ADRIANO IRABAGON PHILIPPINES Entomology CHARLES ARMON JACKSON BENSON, N. C. Horticulture JOSEPH THOMAS JUDD NASHVILLE, TENN. Animal Nutrition SHOJI KAYASHIMA KYOTO, JAPAN Agricultural Economics Graduates L Graduates STEPHEN V. KAYE AVENEL, N J. Animal Ecology LORIN RONALD KRUSBERG ELKTON, MD Plant Pathology LEO E. LACHANCE LRUNSWICK, WE Genetics ADEN COMBS MAGEE COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Animal Industry ELLSWORTH CHAPMAN MAINE RALEIGH, N C Plant Pathology JOHN WILLIAMS MURPHY ST MATTHEWS, KY Poultry Genetics WILLIAM GILBERT MARTIN RALEIGH, N C Animal Industry HUGH MAX MILLER WINSTON-SALEM, N C, Rural Sociology ANTONIO L. ORDOVEZA MANILA, PHILIPPINES Animal Industry ERNEST CALEB PASOUR BESSEMER CITY. N. C. Agricultural Economics GORUHANBHAS J. PATEL BOMBAY INDIA Field Crops PETER THOMAS PENN BRISTOL, ENGLAND Plant Physiology NATHANIEL THOMAS POWELL HALIFAX, VA Plant Pathology WILLIAM MORTON POWELL HALIFAX, VA Plant Pathology GERALD IAN PRITCHARD QUEBEC CANADA Animal Industry JOHN L. RAGLAND BEAVER DAM, KY. Soils HARMON HOBSON RAMEY, JR. RUSSELL ARK, Field Crops NED RASH WEST JEFFERSON. N. C. Poultry Science ROBERT DALE RIGGS POCAHONTAS ARK Plant Pathology WALLACE EDWARD ROGERS PROVIDENCE. R I. Plant Pathology SAMUEL SCHWEITZER ISRAEL Agricultural Engineering JAGDISH SETH INDIA Field Crops MUHAMMAD SHUAIB PAKISTAN Field Crops HAR SWARUP SINGH INDIA Agricultural Economics BILLY STINES, JR. DALLAS N C, Field Crops PAUL SAMUEL STONE LOUI ' BURG, N C Agricultural Economics DAVID LEWIS STRIDER FLAT ROCK. N C Plant Pathology MAURICE ELTON THIGPEN MT OLIVE. N C Agricultural Economics ANASTASIOS TRI ANTAPHYLLOU ATHENS. GREECE Plant Pathology WILLIAM LEE TUCKER 5HELBYVILLE. KY. Animal Industry DARRELL VAN CAMPEN 5ATANTA KANSAS Animal Nutrition ROBERT HAROLD WHITE BLADENBORO, N C Animal Industry MERRILL WILCOX PORT REPUBLIC, MD Agronomy JOHN HENRY WILSON, JR. OXFORD. N C Plant Pathology JERRY WESLEY YOUNG MULBERRY, TENN. Animal Nutrition ABDUL A. T. AL-DOORY SAMARRA, IRAQ Agricultural Engineering Kappa Phi Kappa; International Club; Cosmopolitan Club. ABDULABBASSH.AL-JABIRY BAGHDAD, IRAQ Entomology Ir lernational Club- TEDDY GRAY ALLEN FARMVILLE. N. C Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Rho; Scabbard and Blade; Intramurals; President, Military Ball Association; YMCA Cabinet. BRYAN ANDERS BURNSA ' ILLE II C A)iitnjl hitlustry QUINCY TED ASHLEY WARRENSVILLE, N G, Horticulture PAUL WILLIAMSON BAILEY EV ERETIi, N. G Field Crops Farmhouse Fraternity; American So- ciety of Agronomy. FRANK HARTWELL BAKER OXFORD, N. G Field Crops Veterans Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Agron- omy Club 2, 3, 4; Ag Club 2, 3. ROBERT FRANCIS BARBER HENDERSONVILLE. N G Animal Husbandry HAROLD GRAY BARKER STATESVILLE, N G, Agricultural Engineering ASAE; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Glee Club 1,2; College Union House Com- mittee; Photography Club. THOMAS J. BARNES ANGIER. N, C, Agricultural Engineering ASAE. BENJAMIN H. BARNETTE, JR. LENOIR, N. G, Field Crops Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Thirty and Three; Phi Eta Sigma; Arnold Air So- ciety; Distinguished Military Student; Wing Inspector General. AFROTC; Ju- dicial Board; Student Government Leg- islature; N. C. State Student Legis- lature; Secretary of Senior Class; ASA; Vice-President. Ag Club; BSU Choir; N, C. State College Choir; Assistant Floor Manager, Tucker Dorrr JULIAN MILTON BAUCOM RALEIGH, N. C. Animal Husbandry Alpha Gamma Rho; Al Club; Block and Bridle Club; Ag Club; Veterans Club. Seniors i958 [29] Seniors i958 4 VfeA CHARLES W. BOYETTE ■ LiNFijr,, ii ' •: Agricultural Economics Ag Economi-c rii.h A , ri,,|-, PHILIP LEO BEAMAN WALSTONBURC, N. C Agricultural Education Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Zeta; Ag Educa- tion Club; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Club; Editor, Vo-Ag JAMES LEE BECK WINCATE, N C. Field Crops Alpha Gammo Rho; Agronomy Club; Veterans Association; President, Agronomy Club; I EC Representative; Investigations Committee; National Vice-President, ASA. CARROLL W. BENNETT lACKSON SPRINGS, N. C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Zela; Presi- dent, Kappa Phi Kappa; Vice-Presi- dent, Ag Education Club. WILLIAM KENNETH BEST MT OLIVE, N, L. Agricultural Education ROBERT WAYNE BOLES WALNUT COVE. fJ, L, Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Collegiate 4-H Club; Ag Club; Ag Education Club. WILLIAM M. BOOKER RALEIGH, N C. Horticulture KARL EUGENE BOSTIAN RALEIGH, N. C. Zoology FarmHouse; Blue Key; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Secretary. Student Government; Secretary, YMCA; Chair- man, N. C. State Delegation to Con solidated University Student Council; Raleigh Oratorio Society. JULIUS JEROME BOYD VVAVNESVILLE, N C. Agricultural Education Phi Kappa Tau; Veterans Club; Ag Club. NORMAN W. BRICKHOUSE ELIZABETH CITY, N C Animal Husbandry FarmHouse Fraternity; Varsity Baseball 3; Al Club; Ag Club; Live Stock Judging Team; Block and Bridle Club J. C. BRIGHT CHOCOVVINITV, N C. Agricultural Education Kappa Phi i SHERRILL KERMIT BRINKLEY MOCKSVILLE. N. C. field Crops FarmHouse, President and Treasurer; Alpha Zeta, Treasurer; Blue Key, Business Manager, Agriculturist; Ag Club, Secretary; IFC, Activities Chair- man. [30] JOHN QUINCY BRITT : ALEICH, N r Dairy Maiiufucliiiiiig CECIL CHARLES BROOKS bPAKTA, N Agricultural Education FarmHouse; Ag Club; Ag Education Club; Blue Key; Golden Cham; Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Vo-Ag; Ag- riculturist; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1 ; Wesley Foundation ; Dorm Floor Manager; Student Covernment Treasurer. JAMES ALLEN BROWN LA (.LRANGE. N. C. Agricultural Education FarmHouse Fralernily. Ag Club; Ag Education Club; Agriculturist; Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. WILLIAM J. BROWN, JR. RALEIGH, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Ag Club. WILLIAM EDDIE BRYAN, JR. LLAUEIsibOi-u, I l C. Agricultural Education Sports. Baseball 1 ; Soccer 2, 3. 4; Ag Club; Ag Education Club; Intramural Sports. JOSEPH DINGUS BRYANT WALLACE, N i Agricultural Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity SHERRILL MILLER BRYANT LOOI-JVILLE. N C Agricultural Economics Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity; Agri- cultural Club 1,4; Chairman, Ag Eco- nomics Fair Booth 4; Ag Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 4. J. W. BUSICK ELON COLLEGE, N C Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity; Intra- mural Sports; IFC; Social Chairman, Ag Education Club. CHARLES LEE CAMPBELL, JR. CLAkKTON, N C. Agricultural Education Ag Education Club; Ag Club; Intra- mural Sports. ELMER EUGENE CAPPS SELMA, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Club; Ag Edu- cation Club. LEE WILEY CASH SHELBY, N C, Horticulture Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Advertising Manager, Vapor Trails, AFROTC Year- book 3; Intramural Sports, Bowling, Softball, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Manager 4; Dorm President 4; Dorm Floor Manager 3; YMCA Cabinet Member 1, 2; President, Horticulture Club 4; President, Collegiate 4-H 3. Vice-President 1, 2, Member YDA 3, 4; YDC 3, 4; IDA 4; Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, WALTER F. CLEMENT ENFIELD. N. C. Field Crops Scabbard and Blade Fraternity; Sports; Cheerleader 2, Head Cheerleader 3. [31] WILLIAM HENRY COLLINS WINCATE, N. C. Hoiliculttiie JOHN C. COVINGTON ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. Zoology Cheerleader ' 57- ' 58; Hobby Commit- tee. LOUIS EDWIN CULLIPHER KNOTTS ISLAND, N, C, Soils JOHN HALL DANIELS WILSON, N, C, Animal Husbandry Al Club; Junior Co-Editor Meat and Milk; Senior Co-Editor Meat and Milk. EDGAR FELTON DAVIS GOLDSBORO, N C Animal Industry Alpha Gamma Rho; Phi Eta Sigma; Ag Club; Dairy Science Club; Animal In- dustry Club; Wesley Foundation; Young Democrats Club; Collegiate 4-H Club; Meat and Milk Magazine Busi- ness Manager; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Football 1. 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Gov- ernment 2, 3; Campus Welfare Com- mittee 4; Senior Class Treasurer 4; College Dairy Cattle Judging Team. AVERY JAKE DENNIS LOUISBURG, N. C. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry Transfer Louisbiirg College 1,2; Wake Forest 3. GEORGE WILLIAM DILLEY SILVER SPRING, MD. Animal Industry Animal Industry Club; Block and Bridle Club; Livestock Judging Team; JV Soccer 2. DONALD C. ELLIOTT RALEIGH, N C Agricultural Ed in alio n MAURICE S. EMMART, JR. WILMINGTON. N, C Agricultural Economics Intramurals, Basketball, Football, Soft- ball; ROTC MS 4. STEPHEN CROOM ENGLISH WILLARD, N. C Agricultural Engineering ASAW, House Committee College Union. WILLIAM B. FARROW ENGELHARD. N C. Field Crops Alpha Gamma Rho; Agronomy Club, Vice-President 4. ERNEST LEE FORBES WALLACE, N. C Zoology Ag Club 2, 3, 4; Member Housing Committee 2; Traffic Committee 3; Campus Store Advisory Committee 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Pre-Veteri- nary Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. ' Ik. [32] WILLIAM W. FRANKLIN HENDERSON. N. l. Agricultural Education Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag Education Club 3, 4. ROBERT H. FUTRELLE KALElCH. N ' Animal Industry JOHN GILBERT GAY WALSTONBURC. N. C Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity CARL SMITH GENTRY MAXTON, N C Field Crops Gamma Rho Fraternity; Ag Agronomy Club; Alpha Club; 1, 4 Intramurals JAMES DABNEY GILLIAM ROCKY MOUNT, N C Animal Industry (P. V.) Alpha Zeta Fraternity, Al Club. Ag Club; Animal Industry Meat Judging Team; Club. Block and Bridle; Veterans JOSEPH PAUL GORE CLARENDON, N C Agricultural Education Ag Education Club; Ag Club ROY LAWRENCE HAIRE VARINA. N C Dairy Manufacturing Dairy Products Judging Team; Ag Club. BILLY NILES HARRELL WILSON, N C Anitnal Husbandry VANCE HAMILTON ROCKINGHAM. N. C Agricultural Education LYMAN B. HARRIS, JR. GRIFTON N C Agricultural Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; American Society of Military Engineers; American So- ciety of Agricultural Engineers; Ath- letic Director for Lambda Chi Alpha DONALD AVERY HART LENOIR. N C. Agricultural Economics Dorm Football 1 ; Dorm Basketball I ; Ag Club; Ag Economics Club OSCAR ELWOOD HATLEY ALBEMARLE. N C Field Crops Scabbard and Blade; Military Society; American Society of Agronomy; Ag Club; Cadet Major, Army ROTC. Seniors i958 O TM 133] Seniors i958 HAROLD GILBERT HAYES FALEIGH. N C Agricultural Education YDC; Full Time Work Westinghouse Meter Plan TOMMY JOE HAYWOOD MONROE, N. C Agricultural Education Gamma Sigma Delta, FORREST T. HEATH AlME. n. l. Agricultural Education DOUGLAS BRADLEY HENSON I LAS. n ' Animal Husbandry Freshman Basketball 1 ; Intramural Basketball; Al Club Treasurer; Block and Bridle Club; Treasurer. Ae Club; Livestock Judging Team DONALD GLENN HOPKINS KALEIGH, N C Animal Industry Ae Club: A I Cii.b ERVIN GRIGG HUMPHRIES SHELBY, N C. Agricultural Engineering College Union House Committee Chairman 4; ASAE Vice-President 4. DENNIS LEE JACKSON LALEIGH, N C Zoology WILLIAM JOHN JASPER BURGAW. N C Poultry Science Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Gammo Rho; Alpha Zeta; Pershing Rifles (S 3); Ag Club; Poultry Club President, Editor, Alpha Zeta Newsletter; Intra- murals 2, 3. 4; Poultry Judging Team 3, 4; YMCA Vice-President 1 ; Treas- urer. Alpha Gamma Rho; Chronicler, Al()ha Zeia SAMUEL F. JENKINS, JR. OXFORD, N. C. Field Crops Agronomy Club. WILBER HARRIS JENKINS STELLA, N. C Agriciillurjl Eiif;i ii ' tili g CHARLES E. JOHNSON ROBERSONVILLE, N. C, Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Ag Club; Advanced Military FRANK ROY JOHNSON MURFREESBOIsu, :, Horticulture Alpha Zeta; Editor, Horticulture News- letter 3; Horticulture Club Treasurer 2, Reporter 3, State Fair Booth Chair- man 3, 4; International Club 2; Ag Club; Wesley Foundation; Danforth Freshman Scholarship: Burpees Award in Horticulture; Ralston Purina Schol- arship. 134] HILTON GRAHAM JOHNSON DELCO. N. C. Soils Agronomy Club. CHARLES LINCOLN KING LAr SINu, N, C, Agricultural Education BENJAMIN E. KIRKLAND liOBCOOD, I J u. Horticulture Pi Alpha Xi; Horticulture Club; YMCA Secretary 3; Agromeck 3. ZACK FRANK LADD VADKINVILLE, N, C, Agricultural Education Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag Education Club. JOHN WALTER JONES SPARTA N C Animal Industry Livestock Judging Team; Reporter, Al Club; Marshal, Block and Bridle Club. JAMES CLAUDE KING STATES-. ILLE, N C Agricultural Education JAMES L KNOWLES, JR. JAMESVILLE, N. C Field Crops Alpha Gamma Rho 3, 4, Chaplain 1957; Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; YMCA I, 2. FRANK ANDERSON LACKEY STATESVILLE, N, C. Agricultural Education JOHN AUSTIN KEATON ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Soils RAYMOND E. KINSLAND WHITTIER. N. C, Agricultural Education Dorm Floor Manager 2, 3; Dorm Sec- retary-Treasurer 3. ROBERT C. KORNEGAY bMITHFIELD, N C. Agricultural Engineering American Society of Agricultural En- gineers; Soil Cons ervation Society of America; B S Forest Management. EDWARD S. LASSITER FOUR OAKS, N. C. Dairy Husbandry AgClub;AI Club. [35] ALFRED KAY LEACH RED SPRINGS, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa, Ag Club; Ag Edu- cation Club; Veterans Club. GLENN N. LILLEY, JR. GATESVILLE, N (. Agricultural Education Ag Education Club. FRED LEE McHAN BRYSON CITY, N C Field Crops Ag Club; Agronomy Club. ROBERT H. MARRIOTT, JR. -•■ ' riLEBORO, U Field Crops Sigma Nu; American Society of Agronomy EARL CHAPIN LEMONS PITTSBORO, N C Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Ag Club; Business Manager. Vo-Ag; Reporter, Ag Educa- tion Club; Treasurer, Kappa Phi Kappa HUGH R. LINDSLEY WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Mechanized Agriculture SAE; 30 3; Student Board of Pub- lications; Sophomore Class President; Junior Class President ' 57; CUSC ' 57, ' 58; Cafeteria Committee ' 57, ' 58; YDC; ASAE. HAROLD DIXON McLAMB NEWTON GROVE, hJ. C Mechanized Agriculture American Society of Agricultural En- gineers. JESSE DANIEL MELTON fcNHfcLU. N L Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club; Ag Club. JOHN ROBERT LEWIS AYDEN, N C Agricultural Education Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball; Softball; Intramurals; Circulation Manager, Ag- riculturist 4; Ag Club; Ag Education Club. BOBBY GENE McCARTER TRYON, N C Agricultural Engineering Track 1; BSU; ASAE. CLYDE BENTON MABRY, JR. NORWOOD, N C Agricultural Education Alpha Cammo Rho; Intramurals 1, 2; Veterans Club. GLENN CANSLER MOORE CATAWBA, N. C. Animal Industry FarmHouse Fraternity; Al Club; 4-H Club; Ag Club. [36] CLAIR E. MORRIS, JR. COLUMBIA. N C Agricultural Economics Alpha Camma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Ag- riculturist Business Staff; Ag Econom- ics Club President; National President SSAFEA; YMCA Cabinet; Second Vi e-Presidenr of Alpiv ( ■amma Rho DOROTHY JEAN MORTON RALEIGH. N. C. Horticulture TOMMY ALFONZO NARRON IvENLY. N C Agricultural Education ROYAL ROGER NEEDHAM PILOT MOUNTAIN, N C Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Assistant Business Manager, Vo-Ag; Veterans Club; Ag Education Club; Ag Club. HARRY LEE NEELY, JR. CHARLOTTE. N C Horticulture Phi Kappa Tau; Pi Alpha Xi, Horti- culture Club. JACKIE BENTON NORDAN BENSON, N C Agricultural Education MAURICE H. OLIVER CRESWELL. N. C. Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Rho; Veterans Club; Ag Education Club; Intramural Basketball CARL ELWYN OWENS, JR. FLETCHER, N C Agricultural Engineering Sigma Chi ; American Society of Ag- ricultural Engineers HARRY LEE PAGE BROWN SUMMIT, N C. Poultry Science Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Ag- riculturist Publication; Intramurals, Softball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Bad- minton 3. 4; Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Ten- nis 3, 4; Handball 3; Horse Shoes 3, 4; Track 3; House Manager, Alpha Gamma Rho; Program Chairman and Reporter, Poultry Club. CHARLES LEONARD PARKER VARINA, N. C. Soils Agronomy Club; Phi Kappa Phi RICHARD F. PEARSON CLINTON, N. C Agricultural Economics Phi Kappa Tau Ag Oub Ag Econom- ics Cli-b JOHN ELMO PEELE III ROXOBEL, N. C Horticulture Horticulture Club. Seniors i958 i k 137] Seniors i958 JAMES RAY PETERSON CLINTON, N. C Agricultural Education Baseball I; Ae Edu ' -ation Club: Ag Club CHARLES WILLIAM PETTUS MORRISVILLE, N. C Rural Sociology Ag Club JOHNNY ORAN PIGG VVINGATE, N C Agricultural Education Intramural Sports; Ag Education Club. Ag Club: Bank KIRBY ALLEN PITTS WINSTON-SALEM, N C Field Crops Alpha Gamma Rho; Agronomy Club, Ag Club; Business Manager of Crops and Soils, Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4 LYNN WELLS PLYLER WAXHAW, N C Dairy Husbandry Al Club; AgClub; Dairy Cattle Judg- ing Team ' 5 ANNIE K. PRESTWOOD LENOIR, N C Zoology (P. V.) Pre-Vet Club; WCUNC Cadences Club; Faculty Student Curriculum Committee; Political Affairs Commit- tee. ROBERT LOUIS RACKLEY ASHEVILLE, N C Dairy Manufacturing Al Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dorm Social Director 3, 4; Assistant Dorm Manager 4- AHvanrpd Armv ROTC 3, 4 CLAUDE EXCELL RAIFORD ERWIN, N C Dairy Manufacturing CLINT MANLY REESE REESE, N C Animal Husbandry Ag Club; Custodian Al Club; Presi- dent, Block and Bridle; Veterans Club; Intramural Football 1, 2; Basket- ball 3, 4; Livestock Judging Team 1957. LAWRENCE DAVID REESE HENDERSON, N C Agricultural Education THEADORE G. RICHARDSON lLIMAX, N I. Agricultural Ediica ' iov WILEY F. RITTER, JR. ROBBINS, N L, Agricultural Education Alpha Zeta; Chancellor; Kappa Phi Kappa, Vice-President; 30 3; Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Vo-Ag Circula- tion Manager 2, 3; Dairy Judging Team; Ag Education Club, Vice-Pres- ident; Ag Club; Director Ag Day. [38] CHARLES C. ROGERS ARCHIE WARD SHAW GERALD DWIGHT SIMMONS RONALD ERNEST SNEED TARBORO, tJ. C Animal Husbandry Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Industry Club 1, 2. EVERCREErsI, tJ. C Field Crops American Society of Agronomists; Ag Club. ALBERTSON, U. C Mechanized Agriculture ASA E 1, 2, 3, 4; FEI Committee Chair- man 4; IDC Social Director 4. oaiorL), it c Agricultural Engineering Alpha Zeta 3, 4; ASAE 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary; Vice-President, National Student ASAE; President, IDC 4; President, Tucker Dorm 4; Dorm Man- ager; Athletic Director and Assistant Floor Manager 2, 3; College Union Board of Directors; CU Student Gov- ernment; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES R. ROGERS, JR. r.OCkV POINT, N. C. Field Crops WILMA G. JOHNSON SHAW 1 ■■ tTTEVlLLE. N C Agricultural and Biological Chemistry HOWARD G. SMALL, JR. FAIR BLUFF, N, C. Soils FRED J. STREET, JR. BULADEAN, n. c. Agricultural Economics CHARLES JERRY SUTTON FRANKLIN, N C THERON VESTER SANDERS MARSHALL SHEPHERD, JR. JIMMIE LEE SMITH Agricultural Education RAILEV, N C, Agricultural Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Education Club, CHARLOTTE, N C Horticulture Pi Alpha Xi; Horticulture Club. WINSTON-SALEM, i. C. Animal Industry AgClub; Al Club. Ag Education Club; Champion Beef Showman Ag School Day ' 56; Cham- pion Dairy Judging Junior Division Ag Day ' 56. [39] ' |W BI ■ ' ,■? ' ♦ rf.t t ;■• ••.»!» ROBERT WAYNE SWAIN SOUTHPORT, N. C. Animal l»clustr JOHN VIRGIL TEAGUE GREENSBORO. N. C. Dairy Manufacturing FarmHouse Fraternity; Alpha Zeta, Business Manager Farmhouse Frater- nity 4; Treasurer. Al Club 3; Custo- dian, Ag Club 3; Chairman. Alpha Zeta Book Exchange 4. LARRY E. TETTERTON BETHEL, N C Agricultural Education JERRY W. THOMPSON LEXINGTON, N l Agricultural Education Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Ag Club 4; Ag Educaticn Club 4. JACK PRESTON TILLEY WESTFIELD, N C Agricultural Education LEONARD CAREY TILSON MARS HILL. N. C Horticulture Ag Club; Horticulture Club; Veterans Association. CARL WILBURN TONEY MOORESBORO, N. C Agricultural Engineering Treasurer. ASAE; BSU ; Secretary, Syme Dorm WILLIAM GUY TOWNSEND K ' lANQUIN, VA Animal Industry Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; Block and Bridle; Student Gov- ernment Senator 4; Fencing I, 2; Interfraternity Council Reporter; Ag Club; Animal Industry Club LOYD A. TYNDALL KINSTON, N. G Mechanized Agriculture h ' iih ' E; College Union House Commit- tee JOHN DALLAS VANCE PINEOLA. N, C Agricultural Engineering ASAE; Football, Mars Hill College 1 , 2 ELLIS BRINSON VESTAL KENANSVILLE. N C Agricultural Economics Ag Club; Ag Economics Club. Sec- retary-Treasurer 4; Ag Fair Booth Chairman 3; Intramurals I. 4; USN Reserve Officer Candidate. ROBERT ALLEN WADDELL FAIR BLUFF. N L Agricultural Education Ag Education Club, WILLIAM S. WALDEN ASHEVILLE, N r Animal Industry BURL JACKSON WASHAM ' ■! ' NTERSVILLE, N C Mechanized Agriculture ASAE RUPERT W. WATKINS FUOUAY SPRINGS. N l Agricultural Engineering ROBERT D. WEATHERLY DURHAM. N C Animal Iiidiislr DAVID F. WEINSTEIN LUMBERTON, N C, Agronomy Pi Kappa Alpha, President 4; 30 3. President; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Inferfraternity Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Freshman Class Vice-President; Soph- omore Class President; Homecoming Chairman 2; Greek Week Chairman 2; Interfraternity Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Junior-Senior Ring Com- mittee 3; Class Marshal ? THOMAS ELAM WEST NATHALIE. VA Animal Husbandry Animal Industry Club; Block and Bridle Club; Ag Club; Meat Judging Team ' 56- ' 57. LEWIS HENRY WHITE NOPLINA, N C Agricultural Education Ag Education Club; Ag Club WILLIAM M. WHITEHURST ROBERSONVILLE, N C Mechanized Agriculture IDC; Vice-President, Bagwell Dorm. DAVISON HERIOT WILKINS LINDEN. N C Agricultural Education Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Ag Edu- cation Club; Ag Club. DONALD DAVID WILLIAMS TABOR CUV N C Agricultural Education K ' appa Phi Kappa JOSEPH LUTHER WILLIAMS ROSE HILL, N C. Agricultural Education Alpha Cammo Rho, Ag Club; Ag Edu- cation Club JOSEPH HOWARD WILLIAMS BEULAVILLE, N. C Mechanized Agriculture ASAE; Ag Club; YMCA Cabinet; Stu- dent Government ROBERT S. WILLIAMS, JR. ERWIN, N. C Agricultural Education Ag Club, Ag Education Club, Dis- tinguished Military Student IVEY EUGENE WILLIAMSON LUCAMA, N. C, Agricultural Engineering Athletic Director of Vv ' elch Dorm. Intramural Athletics; Ag Engineers Club. GLENN WALKER WOODLEY COLUMBIA, ig C Agricultural Economics Ag Club Secretary 4; Collegiate 4-H Club, President 4, Vice-President 2, Ag Club 4; Ag Economics Club 2, 4 JAMES R. WOODRUFF LAVvTON, MICH Soils Agronomy Club; Newman Club. BOBBY GORDON WRIGHT TABOK cut, N C Agricultural Education AED. Junior Class y r:: a cTi C- ' ' " o Adcock, Wilton Lee, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Allen, Cecil Oakley Roxboro, N. C. Angell, Robert Michael Mocksville, N. C. Ardito, Nicholas B. Panama, Panama Aycock, Marvin Kenneth, Jr. Warrenton, N. C. Ayscue, Billy Newcomb Henderson, N. C. Badgett, Bobby Roy Dobson, N. C. Barnes, Lehman Wilder, Jr. Smithfield, N. C. Barwick, John Henry Grifton, N. C. Bason, George Stanford, Jr. Swepsonville, N. C. Bollinger, Howard E. Granite Falls, N. C. Britt, Sydney Pierce Ayden, N. C. Brock, Kirby Damon Wade, N. C. Brooks, Joseph F. Concord, N. C. Carroll, Daniel Wilson Durham, N. C. Clapp, John Garland, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Covington, Bennie Mell Mebane, N. C. Crabtree, Ralph Jackson Carthage, N. C. Coltrane, Robert Irvin Raleigh, N. C. Conner, Edwin Tucker Clover, Vo. Cybrynski, Robert Carl Greensboro, N. C. Dovis, Carlton Earl Goldsboro, N. C. Davis, Don Maynard Blacksburg, S. C. Dixon, Joseph Evans Maple Hill, N. C. Dorman, Jerry Crandel Raleigh, N. C. Finch, Edwin Orville Bailey, N. C. Frye, Gurney Von High Point, N. C. Fulghum, Thomas Ray Wilson, N. C. [42] Fulford, Joseph Marion Farmville, N. C. Gentry, Howell Oscar, Jr. Madison, N. C. Gilmore, Thomas Odell Julian, N. C. Grahom, William DeWitt Mt. Ulla, N. C. Gupton, OIlie Joseph, Jr. Louisburg, N. C. Hamm, John Jasper, Jr. Durham, N. c. Harris, Herbert H Raleigh, N. c. Harris, Merrelle Washington Louisburg, N. c. Hatcher, Glen Carlton Selma, N. c. Hawkins, George Wilbur, Jr. Durham, N. c. Haynes, William Cansler Canton, N. c. Hendrix, James William Greenville, N. c. Hicks, James Russell Lawndale, N. c. Hill, Richard Roy, Jr. Youngsville, N. c. Hinson, Clyde Keith Oakboro, N. c. Hood, Clarence Elam, Jr. Newton, N. c. Hooks, Jonathan Winfield Kenly, N. c. Horton, James Arlen Oriental, N. c. Howe, Kenneth Lee Gastonia, N. c. Hutchins, Jomes Clyde Mocksville, N. c. Inscoe, Joseph William Newton, N. c. Johnson, Billy Grayson Asheboro, N. c. Johnson, Felix Franklin Kinston, N. c. Johnson, Larry Buckner San ford. N. c. Jones, John Bennett White Oak, N. c. Jones, William Bowling, Jr. Oxford, N. c. Leonard, Ralph Avery Louisburg, N. c. Leonard, Robert Lindsay Lexington, N. c. Limer, William Hight Warrenton, N. c. Lineberger, Harold Reid Dallas, N. c. Lynn, Victor Bryant Durham, N. c. McBride, James Edd Mt. Airy, N. c. [43] f k s i m rr. r-f Bll ' J- a ' P d Junior McGlamery, Johnny Renal Mcllweon, Earl Class, Jr. McNeill, Thomas Alexander McQuay, James Newton Manley, Fred William Mann, Robert Kent Massey, William Franklin Matthews, Knox VanBuren Statesville, N. C. New Bern, N. C. Raeford, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Reidsville, N. C. Mebane, N. C. Zebulon, N. C. Aberdeen, N. C. Moore, David Pete Morgan, Tom Adam Newby, John Roger Nifong, Wayne Eugene Ouda, Robert Scott Overman, Allen Ray Parker, Wallace O ' Niel Padgett, Kenneth Ray Wilson, N. C. Ookboro, N. C. Lexington, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Cary, N. C. Pikeville, N. C. Hubert, N. C. Jacksonville, N. C. Parra, Jaime Enrique Patterson, Emmett Sloop Patterson, Larry Hugh Poindexter, William Brandon Price, Clay Crowson Purvis, Albert Columbus Revelle, John Paige Rivenbark, Franklin Dan Roach, Edward Leon Robertson, Don Spencer Rollins, Robert Waitsell Royster, Robert Lee . . . Raleigh, N. C. China Grove, N. C. China Grove, N. C. East Bend, N. C. Taylorsville, N. C. Winnabow, N. C. Murfreesboro, N. C. Watha, N. C. Hayesville, N. C. King, N. C. Rutherfordton, N. C. Clarksville, Va. Soles, Junius Lee, Jr. Sanderson, William R. Seism, John Avery Sigmon, Arville Jenkins Asheville, N. C. Bath, N. C. Kings Mountain, N. C. Newton, N. C. ifk k [44] Class Smith, David Albert Smith, James irvin Smith, William Marvin Sosser, Preston Eugene Lexington, King, Selma, Dover, N. N. N. N. C. C. c. c. Spence, George Broughton Stanley, Bobby Neal Steelman, Charles William Swing, Roland Kenneth Lillington, Clarendon, Leicester, Raleigh, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Tharrington, Ronnie Owen Tharrington, Tommie Might Turner, Marcus Sharpe, Jr. Vaughn, Kenneth Everett Raleigh, Louisburg, Fair Bluff, Providence, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Vinson, Jake Delano Ward, Carl Hugh Ward, Noah Linwood Word, Wayne Aubrey Roseboro, Nakina, Nakina, Denton, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Warrick, David Paul Webb, Bruce Hilton Westerbeek, Pieter Jan . . Jackson, Stantonsburg, Pinetown, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. Whitehurst, Charles McLawho irn Ayden, c. Whitehurst, William Larry Williams, Herman Adam Williamson, Donald Hugh Willis, Jerry Talmadge Stokes, Wadesboro, Lucama, Lawndale, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Winston, Robert Janadus Withers, James Clifford Wood, Gerald Hinton Woodlief, Clifton Lawrence Youngsville, Broadway, Raleigh, Kittrell, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Wooten, Jimmy Luther Younts, Charles Richard Yow, John Samuel Walstonburg, Lexington, Greensboro, N. N. N. c. c. c. i ( i dMkdlk ft. n C [45] h k Sophomore fy n Q p ■ w p p. f ( p n 1 O p- P Allen, Leonard Leon Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Allen, Reading Howard, Jr Pantego, N. C. Aman, Lemuel Gillette, Jr. Jacksonville, N. C. Apple, Billy Reid Gibsonville, N. C. Baker, Wallace Riddick Belvidere, N. C. Baldwin, John Kelly Abbottsburg, N. C. Baxter, Larry Ben Cherryville, N. C. Benton, Franklin Eugene Varina, N. C. Blackman, Thomos Lester Four Oaks, N. C. Boles, Billy Joe King, N. C. Bowles, Zone Grey Hiddenite, N. C. Boyd, Edgar Laura Pinetown, N. C. Brown, Billy Lee Mt. Airy, N. C. Bullard, Cecil Fisher Fayetteville, N. C. Bunch, Roger Cullen Tyner, N. C. Byrd, Samuel Ellis Ramseur, N. C. Cansler, Joe Carr Troutman, N. C. Capps, Anthony Sherril Smithfield, N. C. Capps, Claude Noble Smithfield, N. C. Carlton, John Phillips Pinetops, N. C. Chalk, Harvey Ferrell Raleigh, N. C. Conrad, Arnold Gray Winston-Salem, N. C. Coston, Benjamin Maynard Hubert, N. C. Cranford, Edgar Allen Thomosville, N. C. Dean, William Rix Louisburg, N. C. DeBrew, James Carl Shelby, N. C. Dhiya, A. A. Moumen Baghdad, Iraq Dills, Kenneth Marion Franklin, N. C. Duke, William 0. Raleigh, N. C. Edmundson, James Carroll Pikeville, N. C. Edwards, Charles Stephen Mt. Ulla, N. C. Edwards, Talmodge Hight Franklinton, N. C. Edwards, Thomas Gerald Middlesex, N. C. English, Ronald Holland Willard, N. C. Farmer, Berkwood Malcolm Ringgold, Va. Ferguson, Bernard Woody Clyde, N. C. Fields, Parks Cadman Pleasant Garden, N. C. Fluck, Richard Conard Salisbury, N. C. Fowler, Riley Hunter Angier, N. C. French, Gaylord Howard, Jr Draper, N. C. [46] Class Garner, Edward Carlton Garrett, James Thomas Ginn, Harvey Devereaux Griffis, Richard Haywood Hedrick, Dale Bryce Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Liberty, N. C. Snow Hill, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Lexington, N. C. Henderson, Thomas Otis Hickory, N. C. Hopkins, Freddie Eugene Draper, N. C. Hord, Horace Blainey Shelby, N. C. Howell, Marvin Eugene Williamston, N. C. Hudson, Ned Yadkin Concord, N. C. Johnson, Donald Wesley Asheboro, N. C. Jones, Billy Hobbs Hertford, N. C. J ones, Jimmy Edward Jefferson, N. C. Kelly, James Edward, Jr. Mocksville, N. C. Knox, Haden Edward Davidson, N. C. King, Stanley Ross Littleton, N. C. Kittrell, Benjamin Upchurch Kittrell, N. C. Langdon, James Hector, Jr. Benson, N. C. Livengood, Wayne Thomas Carthage, N. C. Locke, John Joel Enfield, N. C. Luther, Ted Williams Candler, N. C. McClure, Harold Monroe Franklin, N. C. McLaughlin, Wayne Miller Mooresville, N. C. Miller, DeWitt Beuloville, N. C. Mills, James Marcus, Jr. Wallace, N. C. Murphy, Wendell Holmes Rose Hill, N. C. Page, Harry Durwood Wallace, N. C. Patterson, Glenn Wayne China Grove, N. C. Payne, Willie Leonard Wake Forest, N. C. Perry, Winston Craig, Jr. Scotland Neck, N. C. Phillips, James Arthur Spruce Pine, N. C. Potter, Norwood Clinton, N. C. Proctor, Robert Pittman Walstonburg, N. C. Ridout, Clarence Benjamin Raleigh, N. C. Ritter, Harold D ean Robbins, N. C. Rizek, Robert Leroy Belleville, Kans. Rowe, Billy Kerley Louisburg, N. C. Russ, Clarence Michael Shallotte, N. C. Sauls, James, Jr. Warsaw, N. C. Schram, Samuel Paul Belhaven, N. C. ¥£mML f n t o 1 E £ rf ' ' 2 mk ££ ♦ n •J 3 r ■B HI i.-kiJ ££ £:m d:k A c n o 9 ,k ifh k I. £ [47] Sophomore Class rr - P V Q a c p o -f [ Freshman f kd Sheek, Alton Jackson Shingleton, Austin Brooks Simmons, Eugene Murray, Jr. Slaughter, Wilson Allen, Jr. Smith, Duncan Stewart Advance, Stantonsburg, Enfield, Blanch, Maxton, N. N. N. N. N. C. C. c. c. c. Smith, Faison Delano Smith, John William Smith, Lathan Junior Spence, James Thomas III Spencer, Roger Allen Albertson, Fountain, Troutman, Pink Hill, Swan Quarter, N. N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. c. Spivey, Ronald Chris Steed, Joseph David, Jr. Stroup, Daniel Bruce Sugg, Thomas Sutton, Albert Clinton Chadbourn, Candor, Waco, New Bern, Asheville, N. N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. c. Tally, Richard Donald Thompson, Edsel Hughett Van Dorp, William Wallace, Thomas Cushing Watkins, James Floyd Walkertown, N. Smithfield, N. Pinetown, N. Pedlar Mills, Raleigh, N. c. c. c. Va. C. Webster, Henry Wise Wellborn, William Frederick Westmoreland, Grover Washi White, Gerald Spencer Williams, Snyder Franklin Shannon, Wilkesboro, ngton Troutman, Youngsville, Rose Hill, N. N. N. N. N. C. C. c. c. c. Williamson, John Hybert Young, Sam Franklin, Jr. Clarkton, Pine Hall, N. N. c. c. Class Abdul, Wahid Mohammad Samarra. Iraq Ayers, )ayne Williams Raleigh. N. C. Barrier. Cleveland Lipe, Jr. Mt. Pleasant. N. C. Batten, lames Rufus Middlesex. N. C. Blake. Henry Clay. )r Leiand. N. C. Blalock. Willard Eugene Halifax, N. C. Bone. Roger Wayne Nashville. N. C. Born. )ohn Ladley Shelby. N. C. Bridges. Charles A.. Jr. Shelby N. C. Calhoun. Lauder Eugene Laurinburg. N. C. Carey, lava Neil Burlington. N C. [48] Freshmen Christiansen, John William, |r Whiteville, N. C. Cobie. Richard Nelson _— _ Fayetteviile, N. C. Coble, David Scott _ Garland, N. C. Colson, Charles Edward Norwood, N. C. Cone. Worth Frederick Spring Hope, N, C. Cooke, lames Robert Huntersville, N. C. Croom, Clyde Edward Knightdale, N. C. Cutler, Ernest Hawdine dePasque, Don Thomas Dunbar, Henry Thomas Edwards, Charles. Wade Edwards, John Lester, Jr. Emerson, Thomas Jackson Felmet, lack Welch Blounts Creek, N. C. Pinehurst, N. C. Coldsboro, N. C. Ramseur, N. C. Waynesville, N. C. Siler City. N. C. Waynesville, N. C. Clyde, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Ferguson, )erry Neil Fitts, )erry Burt _ Fouts, William Elbert Franklin, N. C. Freeman, )ohn Irvan - . Lincolnton, N. C. Gonzales. Guilleamo Bogota, Colombia Gore, Ira Carroll - - Tabor City, N. C. Hamilton, lean Antoniette — Fayetteviile, N. C. Hancock. Ernest Vernon, |r. Hardage, |ohn Harrelson Hardison, Gerald Dean Scotland Neck, N. C. Norlina, N. C. Wallace, N, C. Hardison, |oe William — Fayetteviile, N. C. Hill, Robert Kendall Hookerton, N, C. Hodgin, lames Nelson Guilford, N. C. Holder, Roy Clifton Liberty, N. C. Kemp, Roy Thomas Louisburg, N. C. Lambeth, Clay Thomas — High Point, N. C. Lancaster. Bobby Nelson Elm City, N. C. Law. Sidney Edward Pelham, N. C. Lee, Benjamin Glen .. _ Hollister, N. C, Lee, Robert David Norwood, N. C. Lewis, Kenneth McMillan Fayetteviile, N. C. Liles. Richard Terry __ Zebulon. N. C. Long. Hugh Brevard _ - - Shelby, N. C. McNeill, Gaither dice _ W. Jefferson. N. C. Mabry. John Benton. |r. Norwood, N. C. Mal!ory, David Sheldon Arden, N. C. Mangum, Gary Lionell Waxhaw, N. C. Matthews, John Calvin Sanford, N. C, Raleigh, N. C. Tabor City, N. C. Semora. N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. Morton. Joseph |ames Jacksonville, N. C. Mozingo, Roger Lee Snow Hill, N, C. Nethercutt. Robert Lynn _ Snow Hill, N. C. Miller, lames Graham Miller, Thomas Wayne Montgomery, Carl Eugene Moore, Arthur Cotton Chapel Hill, N. C .. Whitakers, N. C .... .-Hollister. N Neville. Atlas Gordon O ' Briant. Edwin Lee Parker. John Hilton Hollister. N. C. Patterson. Robert Preston Hickory. N. C. Perry. William Earl Siler City, N. C. Poole, Henry Walker, |r Raleigh, N. C. Proctor, Paul Dewey, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Rawls. Leon King Willard. N. C. Reichenback. Carl Franklin, Jr. Raleigh. N. C. Rogers, William Elmore Rocky Point, N. C. Russell. Charles Edwin jamesville, N. C. Shaver. Thomas Warren Albemarle. N. C. Shearon. Ronald Wilson Wake Forest. N. C. Simmons. Curtis Theodore Albertson, N. C. Smith. Charles Harrison, Jr. Scotland Neck. N. C. Stone. Donald Ray Middlesex. N. C. Stuart. Billy Eugene Angier. N. C. Summey. William Jenkins Dallas, N. C. Tharrington. Williams Harper Battleboro, N. C. Titmus. Edward Buford Petersburg, Va. Vester. Terry Wayne Spring Hope, N. C. Wells, Otho Sylvester Wilder, Manly Smith _ Wilfong, lay Freeman Wilkerson, Charles Vernon Winstead. Harold Roger ..._ Wissman, Mose Brown, Jr... White, Gerald Bell Watha, N. Middlesex, N. Newton, N. Roxboro, N. Nashville, N. Salisbury, N. Statesvilie, N. o p ' S f ff) p Ipl fT p Q D f ' p o DEAN H. L. KAMPHOEFNER School of Design [50] It is the policy of The Student Publication of the School of Design to present material containing original contribu- tions to the knowledge of the problems of Design. To present informative discussions of Philosophical and Historical prob- lems related to Architecture and Design, to publish a mag- azine of permanent value by stressing the basic rather than the current. The School of Design is devoted ond dedicated to the de- velopment of native architecture and its accompanying art forms for the southern region. While the natural and organic aspects of design are stressed, the universal and international aspects of design are also respected and related to the human patterns of life. We seek to integrate the architect as a social human being and the architect as a scientist-engineer, and we encourage and nur- ture the architect-engineer as the coordinator of structural dynamics in the over-all pattern of life. While our first aim is to serve North Carolina and the southern regions, we believe that our students will be equipped, through the teaching of the school, to work in any region. Because character, a profound devotion, and an absolute professional commitment ore prime ingredients of any creative activity where the social responsibilities are as vital as in orchitecture and design, we foster and cultivate the integrity of the individual. [51] Professional LASZLO ARANYI BUDAPEST, HUNGARY Architecture TIMOTHY H. BARROWS FT, LAUDERDALE, FLA. Architecture KENNETH R. COULTER MAIDEN, N C Landscape Architecture WILLIAM W. EDWARDS OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA, Landscape Architecture JAMES FRANKLIN ELLIS RALEIGH, N, C. Landscape A rchitecture RALPH LYNWOOD GILLAND CHARLOTTE, N. C. Architecture DAVID ELLIOTT HIPP, JR. RALEIGH, N C Architecture HENRY H. MENZIES, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N C, Architecture (Design) SAMUEL EDWARD MINTZ RALEIGH, N. C. Architecture JOHN J. PETERSON RALEIGH, N C Architecture OSCAR EARL POPE, JR. LHARLOTTE, i c. Architecture CLYDE RUSSELL RICH CLINTON, N C. Architecture BENJAMIN B. TAYLOR RALEIGH, N. C. Architecture EARL WAYNE TAYLOR MAPLE, N C A rchitecture ROBERT DEAN TURNER IPSWICH, MASS Architecture GARETH EDWIN ANNAS HUDSON, N. C. Architecture Student Chapter American Institute of Architects; Baptist Student Union Council 2, 3, President 4. LINDSAY W. COX, JR. ' oTON-SALEM, N C Landscape Architecture AIA 1 ; Veterans Club ; Landscape Club 2, 3, 4; Senator Student Gov- ernment 4; Track 2, JAMES BENNETT HOLLIDAY PINETOPS, N. C. Architecture Chi Phi; Student AIA; Art Auction Committee. JOSEPH DELANO HOSKINS RALEIGH, N C Architecture GEORGE D. KNIGHT, JR. RALEIGH, N, C. Architecture JAMES R. McVICKER, JR. MAXTON, N. C. Architecture CHARLES F. MILLER, JR. RALEIGH, N. C. Architecture WILLIAM OLIVER MOORE CLEVELAND, N. C. Architecture School of Design Student Publication. HAYWOOD NEWKIRK WILMINGTON, N. G. Architecture JAMES ABBOTT ODOM, JR. RALEIGH, N C Architecture JESSE JULIUS PETERSON, JR. vv iLfviiNGTorN, rv G Architecture American Institute of Architects 1, 2, 3; CU Theater Committee 2, 3; Art Auction 4, JERRY MITCHELL TURNER FAY, N C Landscape Architecture Landscape Club, Secretary 4; Band 2. Seniors i958 [53] ►■ : :5 O ih h 1 . 1 . fv x P 9 .. .. Juniors Caune, Janis Z. Woshington, N. C. DeCoste, Richard Louis Basking Ridge, N. J. Dozier, Arthur Lee, III Raleigh, N. C. Hamner, Wilbourne Easley Newport News, Va. Hinkel, Emory E. Charlotte, N. C. Johnson, Howard Leon Mount Gilead, N. C. Minshew, Royal Harrison Asheboro, N. C. Murr, George Frank, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Phillips, Robert Lincoln, Jr. High Point, N. C. Plockelman, David Delmar West Palm Beach, Flo. Stevenson, James McMillin Henderson, N. C. Valentine, William Edison Whiteville, N. C. Ward, Alva H., Ill Wilmington, N. C. Wynne, Frank Earl Williamston, N. C. Sophomores Abernethy, William Corl Huntersville, N. C. Ballard, Roger Wood Asheville, N. C. Ballenger, William Lewis Concord, N. C. Bray, William Randall Goldsboro, N. C. Craddock, Dean Price Reidsville, N. C. Dulin, John Walter Rockingham, N. C. Eckard, Seth Lyman Alamance, N. C. Edwards, Jerry V. Spring Hope, N. C. Edwards, Ralph Goldson, Jr Salisbury, N. C. Edwards, Thomas Hyman Williamston, N. C. Higdon, Thomas Nathaniel Franklin, N. C. Hirata, Robert Mitsuo New Haven, Conn. Lee, Donald Ross Chorlotte, N. C. Mize, William Randolph Durham, N. C. Price, Cullen Blackmond, Jr. Mt. Olive, N. C. Roane, Lawrence Hunter, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Sabiston, Larry Thomas Jacksonville, N. C. Seay, Faset Joaquin Bryson City, N. C. Smith, Chris Allison Clinton, N. C. Talley, James Monroe Hopewell, Va. Traber, Lawrence James Arden, N. C. Warren, David Lee Washington, D. C. Watson, Kent Emanuel Rodanthe, N. C. Weed, David Newkirk Westfield, N. J. [54] Freshman Class Averette, William Hunt, III Bartholomew, Norman Eugene Baucom, John Carlton Belt, Clifford Albert Brewer, Johnny Mac Brown, David Lee Bynum, Arch Darden Carrier, Albert Heath Clemmons, Paul Potter Connelly, Alvin Ray Craig, Margaret Louise Cumming, William Francis, Jr. Dean, William Bruce Doggett, William Tote Hall, Charles Franklin Durham, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. Cary, N. C. Timonium, Md. Winston-Salem, N. C. Detroit, Mich. Stantonsburg, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Guilford College, N. C. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Colonial Heights, Va. Raleigh, N. C. High Point, N. C. ... Lumberton, N. C. Hardy, Martha Allen Hill, Gladys Elaine Hite, Stephen Mcintosh Hoyle, Barbara Ruth Jarrell, Gilbert Franklin, Jr. Lawson, Vernon Grady Loewenstern, Miguel Love, Jimmy Oscar Mann, Douglas Donald Marshall, Michael Gurney Raleigh, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Baltimore, Md. Cherryville, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. Fayetteville, N. C. Cali, Colombia Concord, N. C. Chevy Chase, Md. Winston-Salem, N. C. McVicker, Gerald Peaden Maxton, N. C. Neal, Peyton Ring Greensboro, N. C. Oakley, John Kenneth Durham, N. C. O ' Brien, William Lee, Jr. Greensboro, N. C. Price, Wayne Edward Hickory, N. C. Ranta, Larry Allen Gary, Ind. Richardson, Marvin Roderick Raleigh, N. C. Rogers, George Howard Asheville, N. C. Royall, Richard Miles Elkin, N. C. Sasser, Robert Carroll Greensboro, N. C. Sherrill, John Russell, Jr. Kingsport, Tenn. Shumate, Stewart Thomas, Jr. Cherryville, N. C. Smith, James Kenneth Hamlet, N. C. Stallings, Robert William Stantonsburg, N. C. Teague, Alon Lee Asheville, N. C. Venable, Wallace Gerald Williamson, Alvin Barrett Wilson, Jerry Morris Cheraw, S. C. Asheboro, N. C. Walkertown, N. C. m P [55] DEAN |. B. KIRKLAND School of Education [56] The current need for competent, well-qualified teachers is greoter now than at any other period in the history of our public school system. This is especially true in the fields of mathematics, science, industrial education, industrial arts, and vocational agriculture. The School of Education provides the professional pre-em- ployment training required for certificating teachers of voca- tional agriculture, industrial arts, industrial education, mathe- matics and science. The curriculum in each of these depart- ments includes courses designed to aid prospective teachers in acquiring an understanding of high school pupils, and in selecting and using acceptable teaching methods. The School of Education also provides under-graduate training for recrea- tion leaders in industrial and rural areas. [57] Kappa Phi Kappa Kappa Phi Kappa is a national honorary and professional educotion fraternity which has as its purpose the promotion of education as an instrument of social betterment. The members of Kappa Phi Kappa are selected on the basis of their recognized ability for outstanding scholastic, social, end professional achievement. Carroll Bennett President OFFICERS Carroll Bennett President Alford Leach Vice-President Earl Carpenter Secretary Phil Beaman Expansion Secretary Earl Lemons Treasurer Mr. William N. Hicks Faculty Adviser [58] Industrial Arts Club am Earl Carpenter President David Rose Vice-President Scott Key Secretary Charles Swaringen Treasurer Ben Browning Program Chairman Eugene Barbee Milton Bass Donnie Beasley Thomas Bennett Nelson Black R. L. Blackwood Leroy Bigham Ben Browning Lloyd Corawan Earl Carpenter William Crawly Robert Cybrynski MEMBERS John DeCoursey Allen Edwards Ted Edwards Scott Key Kenneth Martin Romulus Mason William Middleton Bill Miller Stuart Moore James Overcash David Peacock Albert Pinkham Adviser: Mr. Robert Trexler Billy Powell Mark Raney James Rankin Robert Ratchford Wyatt Rogers Charles Roe David Rose Vernon Schrum Charles Swaringen Tom Wallace Hobert Williams Gerald Woolard [59] Epsilon Pi Tau OFFICERS Earl Carpenter President Dovid Rose Vice -President Neill Beatty Secretary Joseph Nanny Treasurer Epsilon Pi Tau is the international honor society in Industrial Arts and In- dustrial-Vocational Education. The pur- poses 1 I to recognize the place of skill, 21 to promote social and profes- sional proficiency, and 3) to foster and reward research and publish and use its results. Graduates FRANKLIN G. ASHBURN BALTIMORE. MD 1 11(1 list rial Psychology ROBERT BUCKHOUT SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, N. Y. Industrial Psychology FRANK A. CRAWFORD CHADBOURN, N, C. huliistrial Arts HOWARD ERNEST ERDMAN WEATHERLY. PA General LeROY 0. BATTS, JR. FUQUAV SPRINGS, N C Occupational Information and Guidance PETER DEWEY BURGESS RALEIGH, N C Applied Mathematics FLOYD W. ELLIOTT, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Applied Mathematics PARKS RAY GOODNIGHT HAPEL HILL, U ._ Occupational Information and Guidance BILLY DOYNE HARRISON VIAN, OkLA Applied Mathematics JUANITATORDA IRABAGON PHILIPPINES Rural Sociology Graduates LINWOOD E.JENNINGS, JR. ELIZABETH CITi, li •_ Occupational Inforniutiini ami Guidance PARKER R. JOHNSON, JR. I:l)Ki.iI A liiduslyiul Arts JAMES B. JONES, JR. ROCK HILL, 5, C, Occupational Information and Guidance ROBERT RICHARD MILLER ALBEMARLE, N C. Applied Mathematics JOEL VON PERRY RALEIGH, N. C. Applied Mathematics BOBBY EMERSON PHILLIPS BAKERSVILLE, N C. Applied Mathematics JOE WILSON REECE BOONVILLE. N. C. Applied Mathematics CYNTHIA HEGE RODGERS A Mi RALEIGH, N C M ij Occupational Information and M ) Guidance W MORTON EDWARD SPITZER f -fg BROOKLYN 12. N i. 1s Ind ustrial Psychology BENJAMIN F. WILLIAMS ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. ' I- Occupational Information and ,Jr- Guidance .■ [61] Seniors i958 MARION HAYES BALLARD iHALLOTTE, N C Mathematics Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Mathematics and Science Education Club EUGENE FILES BARBEE " HARLOTTE, [J Industrial Arts Vpter.ri- n,,|, MAURICE W. BARBOUR FAYETTEVILLE, N, C. Recreation Crass Country 1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3; Outdoor Track I. 2. 3. JAMES MILTON BASS CLINTON, N C Industrial Arts Irndiislri.il Arts Club NEILL McLAURIN BEATTY ELIZABETHTOWN. N. C Industrial Arts Epsilon Phi Tau; Industrial Arts Club, DERRIS RAY BRADSHAW V.ILMINGTON. N, l. Monogram Club; Basketball 1 ; Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID B. BROWNING, JR. EDENTON. N C Industrial Arts Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club, Secretary 3. Program Director 4. THOMAS B. BUCKMAN LINDEN, N I Industrial and Rural Education Sigma Nu; Intramurals 1, 2. -!. 4; All Campus Basketball I ; N C Recreation Soriety JOHN FRANK BUCKNER BLACK MOUNTAIN, N C Industrial and Rural Education Outing Club Chairman ' 55, ' 56; CU Board of Directors ' 57, ' 58. SHIRLEY ANNE BUNN LOUISBURG, N, C Science Education CU Hospitality Committee; Secretary, United Fund Committee; Secretary, Science and Mathematics Education Club JAMES ONAS CAMPBELL, JR. CAROLEEN, N. C, Industrial Arts THOMAS EARL CARPENTER ALBEMARLE, N C Industrial Arts Kappa Phi Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau; In- dustrial Arts Club; Alpha Phi Omega, Intramurals 2, 3; American Industrial Arts Association; N. C. Kind Arts As- sociation; Dorm President [62] ADRIAN RUSSELL CASTEEN HERMON R. CHANDGIE ARCHIE W. COPELAND THOMAS WOODROW DAVIS ILMlNGTON, N i sALISHUi- ' i, li I.: KALEIGH, N • PAI F|i ,11,11 1 Industrial and Rural Recreation Industrial Arts Industrial and Rural Recreation luhnalion Monogram Club 2. 3, 4; Basel)all 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4. Veterans Association; Newman Club. Intramurals, Cheerleader 3, 4; CU Dance Commit- tee; CD Hospitality Committee; CU Board of Chairmen, CU Board of Di- rectors. AUNEDEOR. DeANGELISJR. BILLY H. CASTLEBERRY CLAYTON. N C Industrial and Rural Recreation National Recreation Association; N. C Recreation Society; Baseball 1. JAMES HENRY CHRISTIE kALtloH, N L, Industrial Arts JAMES E. CORBETT, JR. ELIZABETH CITY. N C Mathematics Education Phi Kappa Tau; Kappa Phi Kappa, Mathematics and Science Education Club President; Young Republicans Club. LEADING, LA Industrial and Rural Recreation Treasurer, Monogram Club; Newman Club; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Track 1 . BRUCE S. CLODFELTER, JR. JOHN C. DeCOURSEY III HIGH POINT, N, C. CHARLOTTE, N C JAN MORRILL CAYTON FARMVILLE, N. C. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Sigma Chi (Delta Epsilon) ; Industrial Arts Club; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Air Force Drill Team 1,2; ROTC 3, 4; Dance Club 1, 2. CLYDE OREN CROWELL LGxjiOi-o, r-J 1. ' Industrial Arts Veterans Association. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau; Freshman Tennis 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Captain; Dorm Table Tennis; Handball; Industrial Arts Club. [63] JACK DAVID DELLINGER EArERSVILLE, N. C. Mathematics Education Veterans Association. WILLIAM ORIEN FENNER " ' ' :0N, N. C. Science Education Mathematics and Science Club 3, 4. Treasurer 4, WARREN ALLEN GRADY COLDSBORO. N, C. linliiitrial and Rural Recreation Veterans Club; YDC. RICHARD CARSON HUNTER LEECHBURG, PA. Industrial and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Football 4; Kappa; Monogram Club; Baseball 4. ARLEY JOHNNY DUGGER FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Mathematics Education Mathematics Club. THURMAN M. FIELDS, JR. WALLACE, N. C. Industrial Arts Mu Beta Psi; Scabbard and Blade Dorm President; IDC Dorm Manager Vv ' olf Pack Band; Advanced ROTC Intramurals. THOMAS J. GUERRIERI hichiilrial and Rural Recreation Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals; Hand- ball Champion ' 57. JOHN HENRY HURST WILMINGTON. N. C. Industrial and Rural Recreation Monogram Club; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball Champions ' 57, ' 58. FRED LYLES EARGLE TRYON. N. C. Industrial Arts RUSSELL WAYNE FRAZIER i.. ' lJ].:.SVlLLE. N. C. hiduslriut and Rural Recreation Baseball I, 2; National Industrial Rec- reation Association. ALBERT STUART HART HIGH POINT, N. C. Industrial Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Agro- meek Head Photographer 4; College Union Photography Committee 1. DONALD RAY IRVING SrONEVILLE, N. C. Industrial Arts [64] JAMES CASEY JOHNSON RALEIGH, N, C, Mathematics Education Mathematics and Srience Club JAMES OWEN JOHNSON KENANSVILLE, N. C. Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Tau; Motorcycle Club Treasurer; Wolfpack Flying Club President; Industrial Arts Club Treas- urer FRANCIS SCOTT KEY CRAMERTON. N, C Industrial Arts Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club Secretar ; Secretary. Welch Dorm GAITHER C. LASSITER, JR. SPRING HOPE. N C Industrial Arts Lambda Chi Alpha; Assistant Editor. Southern Engineer 2. 3; Band 1 ; Drum and Bugle Corps; YDC. DOAN BERNHARD LAURSEN r.ALEIcH, N, C, Industrial Arts JOE CALVIN LONG MEBANE, N C Industrial Arts GEORGE MARINKOV LEBANON, PA. Industrial Recreation Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain ' 56; WVWP Radio Station; University Day Committee; Wolfpack Club. JAMES VERNON MARSHALL LOUISBURO. N C Mathematics Education Veterans 4 KENNETH U. MARTIN JONESVILLE. N, C. Industrial Arts Veterans Association; Industrial Arts Club. WILLIE ALONZO MAYO, JR. CHARLOTTE. N, C Mathematics Education Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Persh- ing Rifle; Mathematics and Science Club; Education Club; Distinguished Military Student; American Military Engineers; Intramural Football 1. 2. 3, 4, 5; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. 5; Intramural Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Handball 3, 5; All Campus Intramural Football 3; Fresh- man EE Honnr Representative DAVID JOSEPH MELONI PITTSBURGH. PA Industrial and Rural Recreation Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Soccer 4; Con- solidated University Committee; Sports Announcer for WVWP WILLIAM L MILLER, JR. BEULAVILLE, N, C Industrial Arts Education Dorm Swim Team 1 ; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Kappa Phi Kappa; YWCA Cabinet ], 2, 3. 4; YDC. Seniors i958 hMtk I ' ZT [65] Seniors i958 STUART BECKWITH MOORE WASHINGTON, N. C Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Foot- ball. JESSE WADE MORGAN, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Science Education Vice-President YDC; Mathematics and Science Club. BILLY MY ATT WILLOW SPRINGS, N, C, Industrial Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH HUGH MANNEY HENDERSONVILLE, N C Industrial Arts Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma; Epsilon Pi Tau. ARTIS MEDLIN NARROW KENL N. C. Mathematics Education Veterans Club. PETER A. NEMMERS RALEIGH, N C. Industrial Arts Theta Chi; Intramurals 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. WALTER BARNES NOBLE, JR. CHAPEL HILL, N C Industrial Arts JAMES C. OVERCASH, JR. CHARLOTTE, N C hiduslriat Arts JEFFERSON LEROY PARKER FOUR OAKS, N C Industrial Arts ROBERT PAROLI POUCHKEEPSIE, N Y Industrial and Rural Recreation Monogram Club, Football 1, 2, 3. 4. FRED W. PASCHALL, JR. GREENSBORO, N C Industrial Arts Sigma Chi; Industrial Arts Club; ASME; YMCA; President, Fraternity Pledge Class; ROTC Captain AUGUSTINE CALEB PENNY CLAPTON, N C Mathematics Education Mathematics and Science Club. Vice- President 4; Intramurals I, 2; Ad- vanced ROTC. [66] HAROLD EUGENE PHILLIPS SELMA, N C huliisliiul and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa. WALLACE LEE PRINCE CAIRO, GA liuhiilrial and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa; Monogram Club; IDC ' 57; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Bagwell Dorm ' 57. WYATT M. ROGERS, JR. CIIAkLOTTt. N L, Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club; Veterans Asso- ciation. BEAMAN HARRIS SCARBORO WENDELL, W L Industrial Arts Southern Engineer. Intramurals i, 4, Dorm Secretary, REGINALD W. PONDER RALEIGH, N. C. Rural Sociology Sigma Chi; YMCA President; Cross Country 1; Student Judicial Board; Consolidated University Council; N. C, Student Christian Council Presi- dent. LAWRENCE BILLY POWELL DRAPER. N. C Industrial Arts Veterans Club; Industrial Arts Club; YDC. MAX PRUZAN RALEIGH, N C Industrial and Rural Recreation Monogram Club; Publicity Director 4; Varsity Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Track 2; ARS; NCRS; V V P 3. ROBERT GEORGE QUERY SANFORD. N, C. Industrial Arts Intramural Football; AFROTC 1. 2; AFROTC Glee Club 1, 2; YMCA 3; Capitol City Trailblazers Motorcycle Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. NCS Dance Band; The Lamplighters 3, 4; NCS Talent Show I, 4; First Place in Croup Competition 4. DAVID JEPTHA ROSE II kOCixY MOUNT, H C. Industrial Arts Education Epsilon Pi Tau Vice-President 4; In- dustrial Arts Club Vice-President 4, ROBERT S. ROYSTER, JR. TARAWA TERRACE. N, C Industrial Arts Lambda Chi Alpha; Freshman Basket- ball; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3, 4. GEORGE SHAKARJI BEIRUT, LEBANON Experimental Statistics ALLEN VANCE SHERMER YADKINVILLE. N. C. Industrial Arts [67] Seniors i958 ALTON p. STEPHENSON, JR. RALEIGH, t: ' _, Industrial Arts Epsilon Pi Taii; Industrial Ar; : Club CHARLES E. SWARINGEN PINEHURST, N C Industrial Arts Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club; Intramurals I, 2, 3; American Industrial Arts Asso- ciation; NC Industrial Arts Associa- tion FRANCIS CARLYLE TEAGUE LIBERTY, N C Industrial and Rural Recreation YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegiate 4-H 1, 2. DEWITT C. THOMPSON RALEIGH, N C hidiislrial and Rural Recreation JACK BARKER THOMAS l ' J ' „kY MOUNT, N e Industrial and Rural Recreation Kappa Phi Kappa; Freshman Basket- ball Manager; President of Archery Club; Ham Club PETER THOMAS TOLA RALEIGH, N. C Industrial Arts Consolidated University Student Coun- cil Development Committee JOSEPH McALPIN VANN CHARLOTTE, N, C Mathematics Education WVWP; AlP; CU Music Committee; Amateur Radio Club; Band STEPHEN JOSEPH VITEK LANSFORD, PA Industrial and Rural Recreation Football I. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Second Floor Manager 4; Athletic Director, Alexander Dorm; College Union Sign Painting; ROTC 1, 2. GERALD LOUIS WAITMAN FAVETTEVILLE, N G Industrial Arts Southern Engineer; Military Depart- ment. RAYMOND C. WATERS COLLINGSWOOD. N J. Education Kappa Phi Kappa; Monogram Club; Frosh Baseball I ; Frosh Basketball 1 , Varsity Basketball 3; Senior Repre- sentative to Athletic Council DAVID BERT WEEKS GLINION. N G Industrial and Rural Recreation Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter Dorm Athletic Director 3; Most Out- standing Dorm Athletic Director 2; Baseball 4; Inter Dorm Council 3. SAMUEL H. WELSH, JR. LUMBERTON, N. C Mathematics Education Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Math and Science Club [68] Junior Class Bailey, Richard Everette Foison, N. C. Bare, William Howard West Jefferson, N. C. Bazanos, Peter Anthony Stoten Island, N. Y. Boyd, Chester Richard, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Burns, Howard Franklin Lake Wales, Fla. Campbell, John Thomas, Jr. Woshington, N. C. Carlton, Jomes Elmore, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Catlett, Sidney Lee Raleigh, N. C. Crow, Johnny Lee Edwards, Ted Alfred Fox, Albert Dean Fields, Bettie Lois Grady, Paul Davis, III Hagler, Donald Orlando Hall, Charles M. Hickman, Frank George Hultz, Richard Murray Jackson, Gerald Franklin Jones, Ike Adams Jones, Joseph T. Lincolnton, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Wallace, N. C. Kenly, N. C. Bartlesville, Okla. Raleigh, N. C. New Bern, N. C. Springfield, Ohio Lincolnton, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Wilson, N. C. I [69] Juniors Keith, Marvin Owen Franklinton, N. C. Key, Jack C. Raleigh, N. C. Knox, Max Smith Huntersville, N. c. Lewis, Tommie Kemp Raleigh, N. c. Maccarone, Joseph John Fairport, N. Y, Mann, Daniel Ferrel Manteo, N. c, Mason, Luther Lee Yadkinville, N. C O ' Neal, Robin Turner Middlesex, N. C, Overton, Lemuel Hill, Jr. Matthews, N. c Pangle, Ernest William Rosman, N. c. Quickel, Jacob Craig Charlotte, N. c Rodri, Joseph Christy Downingtown, Pa Raney, Mark Jacksonville, N. C Rankin, James Edwin Greensboro, N. C Rochelle, Sonnie Claiborne, Jr. Durham, N. C Roe, Charles Rudy, Jr. Sparta, N. C Scarborough, Robert Kenneth Greensboro, N. C. Schrum, Vernon J Raleigh, N. C. Sherron, Jim Kemp, Jr. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Smith, Robert Graham Cary, N. C. Tharpe, Conrad Cornelius, Jr. Timmons, Harry Motte Traylor, Robert Walker Treece, Johnny Benjamin Rondo, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Norlino, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Trotman, Frank Bacon Tutterow, James L. Wilson, Edwin Vance Woolard, Gerald Jordan Haddonfield, N. J. Burlington, N. C. Nebo, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. [70] Sophomores Barnes, William Sicbert, Jr. Linwood, N. C Beosley, Donnie Franklin Benson, N. C Blonkenship, Robert Leroy Cherokee, N. c Brooks, Sylvia Borders Potterson Springs, N. c Cook, Walter Lewis Mt. Olive, N. c Goodwin, Thomas Jerry Durham, N. c Gordon, Robert Lee Raleigh, N. c Gorham, John Churchill, Jr. Rocky Mount, N. c Gregson, James Dwight, Jr. Liberty, N. c Forbes, Ralph Larry Raleigh, N. c Hafer, Donald Nathan Port Clinton, Po Harrington, Charles Hal St. Pauls, N. c Hudson, Lowell Thomas Waynesville, N. c Jarrett, Douglas F. Nebo, N. c Lewis, James Albert Dunn, N. c Long, Charles Eugene Concord, N. c Fish, Lydia Raleigh, N. c Mosley, Bobby Earl Butner, N. c Murray, Merritt Leslie Greensboro, N. c Newton, Ernest Elvin Watha, N. c Overby, James Allen Norlina, N. c Perseghin, Adrian Leopold Watha, N. c Ponder, Patricia Elaine Raleigh, N. c Preston, Martha Boynton Raleigh, N. c Rowell, Ford Clarence Rocky Mount, N. c Rudisill, Edwin Murray, Jr. Gastonio, N. c Seders, Donald Adolphus Cooleemee, N. c Sullivan, Gene Autry Selma, N. c Turlington, Wade Robert Jacksonville, N. c Wallace, Thomas Edward, Jr. Charlotte, N. c Wilson, Larry Franklin Apex, N. c Freshmen Bigham, Isaac Leroy Raleigh, N. C. Black, lerry Nelson West End, N. C. Blackwood, Ralph Lee, )r Chapel Hill, N. C. Bond. William Keith Selma, N. C. Carpenter, Lewis Franklin Dallas, N. C. Dennis, Walton Stone, )r Raleigh, N. C. Eberly, Curt W Sheridan, Pa. Edwards, Allen Eugene ._ Spr ' n Hope. N. C. Edwards, Frankie Brown Williamston, N. C. Fitts, Edward Plummer . . Littleton. N. C. Gentry, lames Bryan West )efferson, N. C. Gibson. Claude Andrew Asheville. N. C. Ham, Ann Louise Black Mountain, N. C. Harris, William Fleming, jr. Creedmoor, N. C. Hodgin, Jerry Edward Guilford, N. C. Lee, Horace Alton, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Lewis. Don Claxton Germanton, N. C. MacQueen, Pete Clinton, N. C. McNairy, Holly A., |r Greensboro, N. C. McKeithan, Phyllis Neal Raleigh, N, C. Mancini. Gerald Daniel McKees Rocks, Pa. Mason. Franklin Cleech Wilson, N. C. Mason. Romlus Haywood, Jr. Kinston, N. C. Middleton. William Ransom, Jr. Raleigh. N. C. Miller, Bobby Russell Marion, N. C. Olson, Harold August Wilmington, N. C. Peacock. David Russell Benson, N. C. Pecora. Louis Alfred Fayetteville, N. C. Pinkham, Albert Franklin Washington. N. C. Roper, Douglas Gaw Westport, Conn. Simbeck. Jon Ed DuBois. P. " . Singleton, Richard Milton Morganton, N. C. Styche. William Frank Buena Vista, Pa. Van Eman. Lanny Eugene McKeesport. Pa. Waters Cordon McDavid Rocky Mount, N. C. Williams, Hobert Earl Eagle Springs, N. C. T T ' N 0 % Ki. d?) -C). O sr J tfi l DEAN ). H. LAMPE HOOL OF ENGINEERING [72] The engineer, vigorous and probing in his approach to tech- nological problems, represents a profession growing in size and importance. To meet the expanding demand for its grad- uates, the School of Engineering, too, has grown until now it has the largest enrollment in the College. Representing major fields of engineering and growing areas of specialization, fifteen curricula ore offered by eight degree-granting de- partments. Graduate as well as undergraduate programs extend to the student the opportunity to exploit to the fullest his capacities for learning. Dr. John Horold Lampe, Dean of Engineering, directs a staff which includes some of the education and scientific leaders of the nation. Nine buildings filled with modern facilities are utilized for teaching and reseorch by these faculty members. In its extensive activities in service and research, the School seeks both to explore basic engineering principles and to inves- tigate problems encountered by the industries of North Caro- lina. Thus, the School is dedicated to the dual mission of serving the individual student and the citizens of the State. It also sets for itself the task of keeping abreast of current develop- ments in technology and in the engineering profession. The resulting program of educotion is recognized as one of the foremost in the South and in the nation. [73] Engineers OFFICERS E. W. Nuckolls President E. ). Poindexter Vice-President L. F. Ballard Secretary P. L, Madren, )r. Treasurer The Engineers ' Council is composed of elected repre- sentatives of the various engineering societies of the campus. The primary function of this group is to coordi- nate the activities of the engineering societies repre- sented. Each year the Engineers ' Council sponsors the Engi- neers ' Exposition, it is also responsible for directing the publication of the Southern Engineer. Another outstanding event sponsored by the Council is the knighting of outstanding engineering students into the Order of St. Patrick. The outstanding senior engineer- ing student is recognized and given a gift by the Council. Scholarship is encouraged at the Freshman level by se- lecting the two outstanding Freshmen from each depart- ment as Companions of St. Patrick. This past year, the Council took over the sponsorship of the engineering exhibit at the State Fair. Council Andrew Clark Farrell James C. D. Parker J. Harold Lampe Robert C. Carson Apple Cox Fortune Liguori C. E. Parker Austin Daughtridge George Lowry Pearson Barringer Davis Gurley Madren Redwine Bizzell Edwards Hagler Moxley Thornburg Cashwell Farmer Hutchins O ' Quinn Vogler [75] Theta Tau lames M. Davis, |r. Regent Carl Eion Parker Vice-Regent jimmy T. Daughtridge Scribe Lloyd M. Hedgepeth Treasurer Theta Tau, founded at the University of Minnesota on October 15, 1904, established Rho Chapter at State Col- lege in 1927. It is a professional engineering fraternity whose object is to develop and maintain a high degree of professional interest among its members and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal brotherhood. In keeping with its aims, Theta Tau regularly partici- pates in the Engineer ' s Fair as well as sponsoring projects of its own in the interest of professional engineering and State College. Biggers Clark C, E. Daughtridge Davis Denton Kincheloe Lowry Martin McBrayer Nuckolls Parker Powell Redwine Self Sloan [761 Tau Beta Pi Parker Henderson Smith Hutchins Mathews Carl E. Parker Hugh P. Henderson OFFICERS President Ben T. Smith Corresponding Secretary Vice-President Charles R. Hutchins Recording Secretary George G. Mathews Cataloger An engineering society chartered at North Carolina State College in 1925, Tau Beta Pi elects into its ranks each year those student engineers who have distin- guished themselves by demonstrated scholarship and leadership abilities. While scholarship is the prime requi- site for consideration for membership, leadership and character are determining factors in the election of members. Membership in Tau Beta Pi is one of the high- est honors that can be bestowed upon a student engineer. n American Society of Mechanical Engineering The N. C. Stote Student Section of ASME is dedicoted to promoting academic and professional interest in me- chanical engineering. Nationally noted speakers, inspec- tion trips, joint meetings with porent groups, contests and socials are the stimulative means. ASME also affords opportunity for development of individual leadership, ad- ministration, and public speaking. OFFICERS Bob Edwards Choirman Bob Rogers Vice-Chairman Jimmy Rogers Secretary Frank Overton Treasurer James Biggers Fair Chairman Bob Edwards Chairman [78] American Institute of Electrical Engineers NSTITUTE OF RaDIO ENGINEERS The joint student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the institute of Radio Engi- neers is the electrical engineering student professional organization at State College. It is affiliated with two of the major electrical engineering national societies. The student branch has the dual function of carrying on student activities and bringing professional programs to the electrical engineering students. Jim R. Pearson Chairman OFFICERS Jim R. Pearson Chairman Paul L. Madren Vice-Chairman Joe Nuckolls AIEE Secretary Bruce King IRE Secretary Ray Briggs Local Secretary Tommy Andrews Treasurer " W ' • ' ' ■ " ' " ' - • si5 ' ' ? ' «r ' -A? " L ' j ' V ' iyj ' ,w -,i ' z? ? « pj H m Mm Jl_ 1 L ' ' ■ m ir 1 m jd [79] American Society of Civil Engineers The aims of the society are to help the civil engineer- ing students by closer acquaintances among the students, faculty, practicing engineers, and the National Society. The student chapter supplements regular class and lab- oratory work, and is the only medium thot can relate the professional development of the students to the achieve- ments of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The society meets every second and fourth Tuesday nights at 7:00 p.m. in the C.E. Building auditorium. The programs consist of movies on engineering projects, lec- tures by professional engineers, and technical papers prepared and read by students. Social activities are a part of chapter activities. Smokers, picnics, and dances are frequent. Membership is open to all civil engineering students and may be obtained at any official meeting. OFFICERS E. J. Poindexter Ben Smith Harold Landrum Bill Lockrow President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer E. J. Poindexter President ' ■■■- [80] American Institute of Industrial Engineers R. L. Abernethy, Jr. R. D. Adams C. C. Allen E. B. Austin H. S. Berman ). V. Booth B. W. Bowie M. L. Bradbury, |r. W. D. Brock W. E. Brown C. D, Burgason W, C. Calton, )r. W. E. Caldwell |. E. Capps |. L. Chandler R. L. Curlin R. K. Davis T. W. Davis B. E. Deal J. R. DeMarra C. A. Ledwell |. F. Essex W. B. Estridge, |r. W. C. Earner S. M. Farrier M. T. Fine W. R. Foss S. B. Caskill, )r. W. E. Cough R. H. Harris C. A. Harris, |r. C. H. Hill ). C. Hopkins B. Houck, )r. W. C. Johnson I. D. Ladd W. R. Lane D. F. Lane C. A. Ledwell C. C. Mathews H. C. Mayberry ). N. McAllister P. L. McAteer ). M. McKenzie |. W. Montgomery M. K. Morris J. D. Moss J. N. Mulvaney R. S. Neal V. D. Niven |. A. Norville E. W. Nuckolls R. T. Odum |. H. Oliver R. C. Pearson T. E. Peatross C. P. Robinson, Jr. J. C. Rodgers M. B. Rowe C. H. Sanders R. C. Steorts ). C. Sterren C. H. Sykes E. E. Thompson S. R. Thum M. E. Ussery B. L. West W, C. Whitaker K. V. Willard F. D. Windley H. M. Woodall OFFICERS Edward W. Nuckolls President Walter D. Brock Vice-President Bob Bowie Secretary Edward B. Austin Treasurer Bill Foss E. C. Representative Bill Earner E. C. Representative [81] Keramos OFFICERS Paul Davis President Jim Tanner Vice-President- Ed Friddle Secretary You Song Kim Treasurer Wilfred Kenan Herald Keramos, the national professional Ceramic Engineer- ing Fraternity, was founded in 1902 at Ohio State Uni- versity, and is the oldest professional engineering fra- ternity in the world. While the organization is strictly professional in nature, the requirements for membership are as high as most of the honorary societies and it per- mits the wearing of the key by honor students. Member- ship is offered only to students in the Department of Ceramics or Ceramic Engineering who have a good scholastic record, a good character record and who give promise of making good in industry. The principal object of the fraternity is to promote and emphasize mental achievement ond to promote interest in ceramic ort, technology, and engineering. American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers The ASHAE is an organization to improve the student ' s training in the field of heating, ventiloting, and air con- ditioning. Professionol interest, current problems, coordi- nation of departmental activities, and development of character and leadership are other high objectives. These objectives are accomplished through interesting programs consisting of outstanding engineers from the field, joint meetings with the North Carolina Division of the ASHAE, educational films, and social outings. Membership is open to students in the school of engi- neering who are interested in the field of heating, venti- lating, and air conditioning. OFFICERS Marvin K. Sloan President John A. Fields Vice-President Collier J. Griswold Secretary Ralph J. Parker Treosurer John W. Lowery Engineers Council Representative Edgar A. Pace Reporter Pi Tau Sigma OFFICERS Tilson Choppell President Guy Myers Vice-President John Vogler Recording Secretary Charles Feltner Corresponding Secretary Thomas Bost Treasurer J. S. Doolittle Faculty Adviser Chappell President Membership in Pi Tau Sigma is the highest honor that can be obtained by a mechanical engineering student in his field. He must maintain a very high scholastic average in order to be eligible for membership, but this is by no means the only requirement, for selection is also based on social adoptability, honesty, personal cleanliness, neatness, and soundness of principles and morals. If a man is deemed worthy, he is invited to join Pi Tau Sigma, on honor which all men would be proud to claim as theirs. ■««• o o 1 n ktf r h y. Barringer Boyder Dail Daughtridge Edwards Feltner Croat Cwaltney Harrell Harrington Johnson McCaslin Meeks Myers Rogers Sidbury Smith Talbert Todd Vogler Williams Wynne [83] Alpha Pi Mu On January 14, 1956, the sixteenth charter of Alpha Pi Mu, In- dustrial Engineering Honor Society, was granted to North Carolina State College Chapter. Membership in Alpha Pi Mu is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon an undergraduate indus- trial engineer. ames D. Moss President OFFICERS James D. Moss President Dennis Lowing Vice-President Robert Odum Corresponding Secretary John Hopkins Recording Secretary John Norville Treasurer Alvarez Colley Anderson Davis Nuckolls ttk Bare Hopkins Odum Booth Mathews Rogers Carson Moss Willard Coggins Norville SS t [84] Eta Kappa Nu OFFICERS Bruce King President P. B. Johnson Vice-President Alan Phillips Corresponding Secretary Theo Pilkington Recording Secretary Ralph Teasley Treasurer Mr. A. J. Goetze Adviser King lohnson Pilkington Philips Teasley The purpose of HKN is to recognize and encourage outstanding ach ievements in the Electrical Engineering profession, particularly among students. High scholar- ship, leadership ability, and integrity of character arc requirements for membership. The organization under- takes projects for the general aid of Electrical En- gineering students. Almond Andrews Ausband Bost Campbell Cilvik Cockrell Coley Dowell Easter Pulp Griffin Harrill Henderson Hinshaw Ingold Johnson King Little Long Parker Pearson Peterson Phillips Pryor Scarborough Sprinkle Stone Swain Walker Watterson Winfield ( O £r ( - O p [85] American Institute of Chemical Engineers The Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers provides opportunities for the pro- fessional development of students in Chemical Engineer- ing. All students in Chemical Engineering are cordially in- vited to join the student chapter of AlChE. Programs for the monthly meetings include guest speakers from industry, films on various phases of Chem- ical Engineering, and social affairs. OFFICERS Gerald E. Hagler President Rudolph G. Johnstone Vice-President James R. Misenheimer Secretary Lawrence R. Gurley Treasurer The American Ceramic Society The North Carolina State College Student Branch of the American Ceramic Society was organized to familiar- ize students with the various aspects of the ceramic in- dustry through talks, discussions, and motion pictures, and to promote a stronger bond of fellowship between students and faculty in the department. OFFICERS Paul Davis President Kenneth Benton Vice-President Doug McBrayer Secretary R. B. Arthur Treasurer [86] Chi Epsilon OFFICERS Dennis Lee Fortune President William E. Garrison Vice-President Mrs. C. B. Garrison Secretary James T. Honey Editor of the Transit Chi Epsilon is a national professional Civil Engineering honorary fraternity, based on the broad objective of increas- ing the efficiency of the profession as an instrument of social betterment. Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize those choracter- istics of the individual engineer deemed fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career and t o aid the development of these characteristics in the undergraduate engineer. Blackburn Brown Craver Clegg Jones Catewood loyner Ledbetter Landrum Lockrow Misenheimer Mauney Fortune Garrison, C. B. Garrison. W. E. Haney Chi Epsilon has, from a small beginning, grown to a place of prominence in the professional and honorary fra- ternity world. It has chapters in the majority of the best engineering schools in the country, striving to maintain a constant policy of establishing chapters at a school on the basis of the quality of its instruction and not necessarily its size. The chapter at State has maintained an active mem- bership of approximately twenty men, and has participated actively in both departmental and school projects. Poindexfer Reynolds Smith Southeriand Institute of Aeronautical Sciences The basic mission of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences is to focilitote by all available means the inter- change of technical ideas among aeronautical engineers throughout the world. Student membership has been established to provide the student engineer of science with broad opportunities to engage in activities associ- ated with future aviation careers. The local branch encourages professional consciousness and fellowship through programs of guest lectures, film showings, and social functions, along with participation in annual con- ferences. OFFICERS Jimmy Daughtridge Chairman Gerald Hunt Vice-Chairman Richmond Boyden Corresponding Secretary John Gurley, Jr Recording Secretary Havard Wood Treasurer Prof. R. M. Pinkerton Adviser Jimmy Daughtridge President [88] Sigma Pi Sigma OFFICERS Dave A. McCutchan Dave R. Hostetler President . . . Vice-President Forrest W. Lancaster Ca rl E. Parker Joe H. Sheard Adviser Secretary Treasurer Sigmo Pi Sigma is the national physics honor society. Its objects are to award distinction to outstanding stu- dents and professional physicists, to promote friendship between these men and to stimulate a lively interest in the quest for understanding our physical universe. This year the activities of Sigma Pi Sigma ranged from lectures on satellites, reactors and radiation dam- oge to volleyball, barbecues, and informal dinners. Our aim was and is to make Sigma Pi Sigma more than an honor to be won, but an active catalyst for the combina- tion of curiosity and cooperation which will unlock na- ture ' s secrets for man ' s benefit in the future. [89] American Institute of Physics Bob Hutchins President Bob Hutchins Henry Hamilton Ellen Culler Thomas James Carl E. Parker Dr. Raoul Froyre OFFICERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser The student section of the American Institute of Physics is an organization whose purpose is the advance- ment and diffusion of knowledge of the science of physics and its application to human welfare. The section was formed in 1950 and has been steadily growing in member- ship and activities. Today it is one of the most active of the technical societies on campus. [90] Furniture Club OFFICERS Basil Turbyfill President Bernie Bean Vice-President Bradley Pennell Secretary Jim Shook Treasurer Prof. E. Sigurd Johnson Adviser The Club is organized by the students of the Furniture Curriculum, and advised by Professor E. Sigurd Johnson, Head of the Department, and Professor Rudolph Willard. Speakers from the furniture industry keep us informed by giving us first hand information of the latest developments in industry. il Graduates FRANCIS MARION ALCORN RALEIGH, N. C. Nuclear Engineering EDWARD LEE ARNOLD NATALIA, TE Nuclear Engineering DAVID ERNEST BAILEY SOUTHERN PINES, N. C, Nuclear Engineering " 1 HENRY H. BAUCOM, JR. MONROE. N, C. Nuclear Engineering AMOS GENTRY BULLARD, JR. GARY, N. C. Nuclear Engineering PAUL PAO-HO CHEN TIENTSIN, CHINA Electrical Engineering TING PIAO CHEN TAIWAN. GHINA Chemistry MARTIN CLARK CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Electrical Engineering JAMES FREDERICK DALBY IRGINIA BEACH, A Abplicit Mathematics JAMES W. DAUGHTRY REGISTER, GA Nuclear Engineering THOMAS SAFRIT DAVIS CLIFFSIDE, N C Mechanical Engineering SURESHKUMAR B. DOSHI BOMBAY, INDIA Chemical Engineering [92] Graduates ROBIN PIERCE GARDNER LINUS KWANG-RIUL HAN WILLIAM C. HOLOMAN K, R. G. IYENGAR zelLL;. ;j, m c SEOUL, Kli fa RALEIGH, N C IIJDIA chemical Engineering Suclear Engineering Chemical Engineering Electrical Engineering IVEY WILSON GILLIAM GLENN B. HARVIN, JR. VERNON EMERSON HOLT ERNEST B. JEFFRIES, JR. GRAHAM, N, C RALEIGH, N C ALEIGH, ri C lANCEYVILLE, N C Chemical Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering FREDERICK H. GREGORY SYED BADRUL HASNAIN DAVID ROY HOSTETLER ROBERT DOLAN KELLEY HALIFAX, N. C. LAklSTAiJ RALEIGH, rj C RALEIGH, N G Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Engineering Industrial Engineering [93] Graduates GEOFFREY BUSTON KENYON DURHAM, ENGLAND Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM D. LAWING, JR. CHARLOTTE, N, C. Industrial Engineering SHING-GONG LIU TAIWAN, FREE CHINA Electrical Engineering JOHN CAMPBELL MARTIN ORANGEBURG, S. C, Electrical Engineering YOU SONG KIM SEOUL, KOREA Ceramic Engineering JUI-MING LEE TAIWAN, CHINA Electrical Engineering GLENN E. McCHRISTIAN FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Civil Engineering FRANK DUFF MASON KENNEWICK, WASH. Statistics THOMAS R. KONSLER HEfJI t I ' ■;, I v. Experimental Slutistics LEANDROS LENAS ISTANBUL, TURKEY Chemical Engineering CHRESTON F. MARTIN LANDRUM, S. C. Nuclear Engineering JOHN ROSS MORGAN, JR. HAKLINGEN, TEX Nuclear Engineering [94] KAROTI MOHAN INDIA Mechanical Engineering PHILIP EDWARD NOVAK CHICAGO, ILL. Nuclear Engineering EDWARD JOSEPH ORTH, JR. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Electrical Engineering EDMOND J. PIERCZYNSKI CHARLOTTE, N, C Nuclear Engineering ATHAN M. PLATAN IS ATHENS, GREECE Mechanical Engineering NED MOSES ROSS BURLINGTON, N. C. Agriculture (P. V.) KENNETH EUGENE ROWE EATON, COLO Experimental Statistics ROBERT ROZETT RALEIGH, N C Chemical Engineering RALPH L SANDERS, JR. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Nuclear Engineering DONALD BRUCE SEARCY MILL SPRING, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOHN W. STEPHENSON, JR. RALEIGH, N. C Nuclear Engineering JAMES HAROLD SULLIVAN BOSTON, MASS Applied Mathematics WILLIAM S. THOMPSON COLDSBORO, N. C. Engineering Physics WESLEY DOANE THRASH PETROLEUM, W. VA. Electrical Engineering THOMAS EDWARD TODD AUGUSTA. KY. Nuclear Engineering t fM [95] Graduates fed JAMES B. TOMMERDAHL KALEIGH, N, C, Electrical Engineering HSI-SHEN TSOU TAIWAN, CHINA Electrical Engineering LEONIDAS S. TZENTIS ISTANBUL, TURKEi ' M echanical Engineering ANDREW B. VARNER, JR. LEXINGTON, VA Electrical Engitiering THEODORE H. WALKER STATESVILLE, N, C Industrial Engineering FU TSENG WANG CHINA Experimental Statistics FRED GRIFFITH WELFARE CLEMMONS, N C. Nuclear Engineering WILLIAM TUNSTALL WELLS RALEIGH, N C Experimental Statistics CHARLES G. WILLARD HIGH POINT, N. C. Civil Engineering CLARENCE A. WINGATE, JR. RALEIGH, N C AI echanical Engineering WENDELL STERLING WINN COLUMBIA, MO Nuclear Engineering CHENG SHZN YEH TAIWAN, LHINA Nuclear Engineering PAOLO YU SHANGHAI. CHINA Experimental Statistics GEORGE SPIROS ZORBALAS NEW BEkN, N L Electrical Engineering [96] HARRY C. ABERNETHY HICKOKV, N, C, Civil Engineering Blue Key; Golden Chain; Track 1, 2; CUSC; CU President 4, Board of Di- rectors 3, 4; ASCE A. BAHA-EDDIN ADEL-GARI ZERKA, JORDAN Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE; ARRL CHARLES DEWEr ADKINS LEAKSVILLE. N C. Cit ' il Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. ASGHAR ALI LYALLOUR, W. PAKISTAN Electrical Engineering JAMES HARDIN ALLEN Vv ' ADESBORO, N C Civil Engineering HSCE JESSE FRANKLIN ALLRED MT. AIRY, N C. Civil Engineering ASCE JAMES ALTON ALMOND ALBEMARLE, N, C Electrical Eng ' neering Eta Kappa Nu; Senior Honors Program; IRE; Dean ' s List, Ass.:tant Floor Man- ager, Tucker Dorm. DONALD W. ANDERSON TARBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer 2, 3. CHARLES T. ANDREWS GREENSBORO, N C Electrical Eng ' neering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Engineer ' s Council; AIEE Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; President, Tucker Dorm 3; Pershing Rifles 1, 2. ROBERT MAURICE APPLE REIDSVILLE, N C Civil Engineering ASCE; SAME; Engineering Council. Phi Epsilon Pi; AIIE; Track 2, 3, 4 DONALD WAYNE ASHBY KANNAPOLIS, N C Mechanical Engineering A5ME BLAKE PAUL AUCHMOODY FORDS. N I liithistrial Engineering Seniors i958 A M [97] EDWARD BEARD AUSTIN CASTONIA, N. C, Industrial Engineering AIIE, Treasurer: Veterans Club; Engi- neering Council. WILLIAM F. AUSTIN CHARLOTTE. N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Club. R. A. AVERY SELMA, N C, Electrical Engineering WILLIAM L BAIRD RALEIGH. N, C. Citil Engineering Intramurals 1 ; Track Team 3; ASCE 3. 4; CU House Committee 1. LEWIS FRANKLIN BALLARD MOORESVILLE. N. C. Nuclear Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Engi- neering Council, Secretary; BSU Coun- cil, Choir Chairman; Toastmasters. Co-Chairman, Engineers Fair; Editor, College Daze. THEODORE T. BALLENGER RALEIGH, N C Heating and Air Conditioning Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Phi Omega WALTER WARREN BARE JEFFERSON, N C Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE LYNN KELLY BARGER CHINA GROVE, N, C Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers; Baseball 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 BILLY ELMER BARNHARDT CONCORD, N. C. Electrical Engineering Veterans Club. ROBERT LEE BARNHARDT PHOENIXVILLE. PA Metallurgical Engineering ROTC, Capt ain. BEVAN K. BARRINGER, JR. SALISBURY, N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; ASCE; SAME. HUBERT PAUL BARRINGER BESSEMER CITY. N C Mechanical Engineering Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Engineers Coun- cil 4; ASME 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Stu- dents Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. Seniors i958 [98] WILLIAM P. BARTLETT CAMDEN, N. C. Ciril Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; ASCE. WELDON ROY BASS DUNN, N. C. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu; Commander, Veterans Club; AIEE. JOSEPH A. BEACON, JR. PITTSBURGH, PA. Math Engineering Monogram Club; Football 4. BERNIE CLETUS BEAN MEBANE, N C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club, Vice-President; FPRS Club. DONALD WILSON BEAN EAST BEND, N. C, Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian 3, Sec- retary 4; Phi Eta Sigma; ASME; Scab- bard and Blade. PAUL WOODS BECKHAM MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Civil Engineering ASCE. WILLIAM E. BENJAMIN BINCHAMTON. N Y Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. KENNETH R. BENTON SANFOkD, N C Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society. HARVEY SANFORD BERMAN BROOKLYN, N, Y Industrial Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi; American Institute In- dustrial Engineers; Intramurals; Engi- neers Fair 4; Dance Committee CU . DANIEL BERSTEIN COLDSBORO. N C, Geological Engineering JAMES HOYLE BIGGERS INDIAN TRAIL, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau, Arnold Air Society; ASME; Engineers Fair Chairman. ME, AFROTC; BSU. FRANK A. BILLINGS MILLBROOK, N. C, Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. m M [991 JOHN NEIL BIRCH RALEIGH, N C Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi; Football 1 ; Track ] ; Class Vice-President 4; Legislature Sen- ator 4. JUDSON VAUGHAN BOOTH DURHAM, N. C, Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; AIIE; Veterans Club, RICHMOND P. BOYDEN ASHEVILLE, N, C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. PAUL CARAWAY BRADY ORIENTAL, N t_. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS; Veterans Club. WILLIAM LEE BIZZELL, JR. COLDSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE 2, 3, 4; Engineers Council 3. 4; Stadium Dorm Treasurer 3; CD Games Committee 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH T. BORDEAUX LILLINGTON, N. C, Civil Engineering ASCE; Vetville Council. MALPHUS L BRADBURY, JR. WILSON, N. C, Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Club. WILLIE LESTER BRANNAN RALEIGH, N. C Electrical Engineering Veterans Associatio n; AlEE-IRE. JAMES D. BLACKBURN MT. AIRY, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. DONALD STEPHEN BOST CONCORD, N. C. Nuclear Engineering WILLIAM F. BRADLEY, JR. EAST AURORA, N, Y. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; WVWP 2, 3, Man- ager 4; American Institute of Physics 3. 4. HUGH CURTIS BREESON KERNERSVILLE, N, C Mechanical Engineering Intramurals; ASME. [100] DALLAS JAMES BROWN kANNAPOLIS, N C Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE DAVID SHELTON BROWN DAVIDSON, N C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Intramurals KENNETH EUGENE BROWN NEW BERN, N ■: Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN WILMINGTON, N C Industrial Engineering AIIE, HORACE B. BRYANT, JR. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C Chemical Engineering Sigma Nu; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus Swimming 3; AlChE GUY WALTON BURKE TAVLORSVILLE, N C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Intramurals. ROTC. FREDERICK EUGENE BUTLER WILMINGTON, N C Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; Intramurals; YMCA Cabinet; AIEE; Ring Committee. RUSSELL BUXTON III ROANOKE RAPIDS. N C. Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. State College Band 1. 2; ROTC Band 1, 2. JAMES HARMON BYRD ASHEBORO, N C Civil Engineering ASCE, WILLIAM E.CALDWELL, JR. WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N C Industrial Engineering AIEE ROY H. CAMPBELL, JR. SALISBURY. N, C. Mechanical Engineering Arnold Air Society; Football 1 ; Intra- murals 1 , 2 WILLIAM FLOYD CAMPBELL DENBIGH, VA Engineering Mathematics and Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi, Veterans Association; AIEE- IRE Seniors i958 [101] Seniors i958 JACK ELIAS CAPPS SANFORD, N. C, Industria l Engineering AIIE. JULIAN McELREE CAPPS HENDERSON, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning; Turlington Dorm Presi- dent MASON L CARROLL, JR. SHELBY, N. C. Civil Engineering Kappa Alplia; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; IPC 3 JAMES SIDNEY CARTER, JR. BATTLEBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE-IRE Committee Chairman 4. Veterans Association. RICHARD J. CASHWELL LUMBERTON. N. C Nt ' clear Engineering Mu Beta Psi. AlP, Engineers Council; Glee Club, Vice-President; Wrestling 1 ; Distinguished Military Student RUSSELL G. CASHWELL, JR. LUMBERTON, N C Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; AIEE- IRE, Veterans Association; Glee Club, President SAM JAY CAUDLE WINSTON-SALEM, N C, Industrial Engineering DEWEY LEE CAVINESS, JR. ASHEBORO, N C Hunting and Air Conditioning Veterans Club; ASHAE. JACK LEONARD CHANDLER KALEIGH, N C Industrial Engineering AIIE, Intramura ' s 1, 2, 3, 4, TILSON EDWARD CHAPPELL BELVIDERE, N C Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, President; Phi Eta Sig- ma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi, ASME; Engineers Honors Program. m f IRA BARRY CHOATE • PINEVILLE, N. C Mineral Industry Metal. r American Society for Metals, President 3. 4; Engineers Council 4 1 PAUL LEONARD CLARK t , GREENSBORO, N. C, Mechanical Engineering Intramurals; ASME; Newman Club. [102] DONALD HENRY CLARKE CRIMESLAND, N. C, Mechanical Engineering ASME: Veterans Club. JOHN POPE CLARKE r::-Li ' : " , N, c. Mecbaiiicul Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Phi Omega; ASME; Photography Committee. HENRY CLAY CLEGG, JR. MONCURE, N. C, Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Veterans Association; ASCE. MORRISON M. CLEMENTS WESTPORT, CONN Electrical Engineering AIEE; Monogram Club; Cross Coun- try 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2. LEWIS EUGENE CLEMMER CASTONIA, N. C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Sigma Phi Epsilon; Soccer 1 ; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. EDGAR REID COBB BURLINGTON, N. C. Nuclear Engineering and EMA Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; AlP. HOWARD FRED COBLE BURLINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering IRE. JOE BEVERLY COCHRAN, JR. SOUTHPORT, N. C, Citil Engineering Construction Option Scabbard and Blade; Football 1. JOE KENNETH COCHRANE UNION MILLS, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals T 2. 3, 4; Dorm President 2, Manager 1, 2; SPE Vice-President 4; Rush Chair- man 3, Athletic Director 3. HENRY H.COCKRELL, JR. RALEIGH, N. C Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. GARLAND RAY COGGINS THOMASVILLE, N. C. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE. CARL DORIS COLE KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; WWv ' P I ; AIEE; Col- lege Union, Outing, Library, Photo- graphy Committees; Intramurals. idiu M x v ' vf ' [103] JERRY DOUGLAS COLEMAN WILMINGTON. N ' . Mechanical Engineering ASME. WILLIAM V. COLEY, JR. WILMINGTON, N, C. Electrical Engineering Tau Beta PI 3, 4; Eta Kappa Nu, Bridge Secretary 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Vetville Council 2; AIEE. CURTIS EDWARD COLLIER SMITHFIELD, N. C, Civil Engineering Construction Option American Society of Civil Engineers. GEORGE M. COLTON SOUTHERN PINES, N C Nuclear Engineering Arnold Air Society; Tennis 1 : CU Social Committee Chairman, Games Committee Chairman, Board of Direc- tors; Student Toastmasters; Young Republicans Club; American Institute of Physics; AFROTC Drill Team; State College Band. CLIFFORD MERCER COMEAU BOLIVIA, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. SAMUEL ALLEN COOPER, RALEIGH, N C Ceramic Engineering JR. DONALD GLENN COX KINSTON. I. G Mechanical Engineering ASME. DONALD NESBITT COX RALEIGH, N. C Electrical Engineering and Engineering Physics Alpha Phi Omega, President 3; AIEE- IRE, Social and Membership Chairman 3, 4; Freshman Orientation Commit- tee; Engineers Council; CU Activities and Outing Committees; AlP; Hign Fidelity Club. WILLIAM HENRY COX LEXINGTON, N C Civil Engineering Construction Option BOBBY WAYNE CRABTREE h„ ' LElCH, I. _ Electrical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; Football 1. BILLY HOYLE CRAVER LEXINGTON. N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE; Veterans Association; Chi Ep- silon; Tau Beta Pi; Business Manager, On the Level JOSEPH CREAZZO SEA CLIFF, N V Vurniture Aianujacliiring and Manageniiii ' Furniture Club; ROTC; Cross Country 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. [104] WILEY BYNUM CROOK ASHEVILLE, N C Nuclear Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; AlP. THOMAS DANIEL CULBRETH WILMINGTON, N Metallurgical Engineering . ' ,-,.p,,„. r ,1-,. ASM EVERETTE BERRY CURLEE MATTHEWS, N C Cit ' il Eng ' neering Construction Up ion ASCE OLMEDO AURELIO deDIEGO MT PLEASANT, N C Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Si ma: AlP. V ' ' P JOHN ROBERT DeMARRA LANCASTER, PA Industrial Engineering AIIE. JAMES ELMER DAIL SILER CIT ' i, N C Mechanical Engineer ' ng Pi Tau Sigma, Wrestling 3, 4. JIMMY T. DAUGHTRIDGE ROCKY MOUNT, N C Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi. Scribe, Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; IAS. Chair- man BILLY BRYSON DAVIS SYLVA, N. C Civil Engineering CHARLES S. DAVIS, JR. HUNTERSVILLE, N C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Scabbard and Blade; ASCE; Intra- murals T 2, 3; Distinguished Militan Student. JAMES MINOR DAVIS, JR. ROCKY MOUNT, N C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Theta Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Thirty and Three; Blue Key; WVWP. Business Manager PAUL MOSES DAVIS, JR. SANFORD. N C Ceramic Engineering Keramos Fraternity. President; Phi Et.i Sigma; Track Team 1; American Ce- ramic Society. President 1 ; Engineers Council; Arnold Air Society REEVES KETNER DAVIS CANDLER. N C Industrial Engineering Seniors i958 [105] RICHARD BENNY DAVIS RALEIGH, N C. Mechauical Engineering Aeronautical Option Student Government; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Veterans Asso- ciation; Lutheran Students Associa- tion. BILLY EUGENE DEAL NEWTON, N. C, Industrial Engineering Pi Kappa Phi; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Vetville Gouncil, Alderman; Veterans Association; Interfraternity Council; Pi Kappa Phi, Warden, Treasurer. LEONARD FRANKLIN DEAN OXFORD, N, C, Electrical Engineering IDG Publicity Director 4; Tucker Dorm, Secretary 3, 4; Band I; AIEE- IRE 4 PETE GRAHAM DEAVER DEEP RUN, N. C. Cii ' il Engineering ALEXANDER BUNN DENSON WHIIAKERS, N, C Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE; Southern Engineer DONALD LEE DENTON MORCANTON, N C Electrical Engineering Tennis 1, 2, 4; Glass Secretary 3. Vice-President 4; GU Social Gommit- tee 1, Ghairman 2; GU Board of Di- rectors 2; IRE 5; AIEE 3; BSU Goun- cil 4, 5; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Distinguished Military Cadet 4; Tech- nician Art Editor 4 HAROLD RAY DENTON ROCKY MOUNT, N C Nuclear Engineering American Institute of Physics; Theta Tau; Judicial Board Clerk; Dorm Secretary I, Floor Manager Canera Club TROY LEE DOBSON MORCANTON, N. C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furnitiire Club, FPRS, Veterans Club ROBERT DORFMAN NANUET, N. Y Civil Engineering Outng Club; Young Republicans, Basketball Intramurals; American So- ciety of Civil Engineers WILLIAM B. DOWELL, JR. RALEIGH, N C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu, IRE HERMAN LEE DUNNING THOMASVILLE, N C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; Veterans Association JOHN W. EARNHARDT MONROE, N. C H?t: ' :ng and Air Conditioning American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers; NG So: ety of Engineers. Seniors i958 [106] JAMES SAMUEL EASLEY CLEMMONS, N C, Industrial Engineering FRED HUNTLEY EDWARDS WADESBORO. N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. BOBBY JOEL ELLIS ASHEVILLE, N. C, Geological Engineering Phi Kappa Tau. WALTER RONALD FARLEY BLUEFIELD. W VA Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; ASCE; Intramural Athletics 1. 2, 3, 4. DONALD DWIGHT EASON DURHAM. N. C, Industrial Engineering AIIE, Veterans Club. SAMUEL MILLER EASON COLDSBORO. N C Civil Engineering ASCE. ROBERT LOUIS EDWARDS SHERRILLS FORD, N. C Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Southern Engineer; Chairman, ASME; Vice-President, Wesley Foun- dation; Engineers Council; Cadet Cap- tain; Army ROTC. BENJAMIN L ELLINGTON WASHINGTON, N C Civil Engineering Phi Gamma Delta; ASCE. CARL A. EVERLEIGH, JR. LUMBERTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE 3. 4; IRE 3, 4; Veterans Club DONALD FRED FARLEY BLUEFIELD, W. VA Geological Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; President, Tau Kappa Epsilon STANLEY McNAIR FARRIOR BURCAW, Vi C Industrial Engineering Dorm Basketball 3. 4, AIIE; ROTC CHARLES EDWARD FELTNER RALEIGH, N C Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau Sigma. All Campus Intramural Bad- minton 2, Intramural Bowling 3, Su- perior Cable Company Scholarship. ASME. [107] JAMES CLYDE FERRELL DURHAM, N. C. Geological Engineering Order of St. Patrick; Wrestling Team 1; Rockhound Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 2, President 4; Representative Engineers Council 3, 4. JOHN ARRINGTON FIELDS RAMSEUR, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE 2, 3, 4. MARION THOMAS FINE THOMASVILLE, N. C, Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Association; Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. GERALD R. FLEMING STOKES, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. DENNIS LEE FORTUNE BURLINGTON, N, C. Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; President, Engineers Council; ASCE; President, Chi Epsilon 4. LAFAYETTE FOUNTAIN TARBORO, N C Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau; Band 1; Past Secre- tary, Vice-President, Pledgemaster, Phi Kappa Tau. MELVINDORSEY FRANKLIN HENDERSON, N. C. Electrical Engineering JOHN G. FRAZIER III CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering President, NC State College Christian Fellowship •56- ' 51 and ' ST- ' SS. EDWARD WILLIAM FRIDDLE RALEIGH, N. C, Ceramic Engineering Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; American Ceramic Society 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary, American Ceramic Society 4; Keramos 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4. WILLIAM MELVIN FULP WINSTON-SALEM, N, C, Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE; IRE. PHILIP GAINES NEW BRITAIN, CONN. Chefnical Engineering Sigma Alpha Mu; Interfraternity Coun- JOSEPH C. GARDNER RALEIGH, N, C Electrical Engineering Veterans Club; IRE. mM [108] MRS. COLLEEN B. GARRISON LINCOLNTON, N C Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Epsilon; Editor of " ON THE LEVEL, " ASCE Newspaper; Chi Epsilon Secretary; Phi Kappa Phi Certificate for High Honors; Chi Ep- silon High Honor Award; Dean ' s List, WILLIAM E. GARRISON, JR. LINCOLNTON, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; Associate Editor of " On The Level, " ASCE Newspaper; Vice- President, Chi Epsilon; ASCE; SAME; Veterans Association; YDC; Civil En- gineer Department Engineers Fair Chairman. SETH B. GASKILL, JR. RALEIGH, N C Industrial Engineering AIIE ROBERT L GEORGE, JR. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Companion of St. Patrick; Furniture Club; Engineers Council; Veterans As- sociation; Forest Products Research Society. GEORGE W. GOOLSBY, JR. RALE IGH, N C Industrial Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; AIIE, ROTC. SIDNEY H. GORDON GREENSBORO, N C Mechanical Engineering SAE, WAYNE EARL GOUGH WINSTON-SALEM. N C Industrial Engineering American Society of Industrial Engi- neers; Baptist Student Union WILLIAM A. GRAH M III CHARLOTTE, N C Nuclear Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Thirty and Three; Blue Key; Golden Cham, Treas- urer; Arnold Air Society; AlP; Publi- cations Board 3; Associate Business Manager, Agromeck 2, Editor-in-Chief 3; Student Government Senator 2 Cadet Captain, AFROTC RICHARD 0. GRANT, JR. WILMINGTON, N C Industrial Engineering Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Arnold Air Society; American Institute of Indus- trial Engineers; Technician Staff; AFROTC. WILLIAM H. GRATHWOL STRATFORD, CONN Nuclear Engineering American Institute of Physics 1. 2, 3, 4; Veterans Association I, 2, 3; Intramural Softball 2; Vetville Gov- ernment (InterVetville Activity Co- ordinator) 3, 4; YMCA; Vetville (Custodian) 2 CARROLL RUFMAN GRAY ELIZABETH CITY, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME JASPER LEE GRAY EDENTON, N C Civil Engineering ASCE; Veterans Club; College Union Committee; Intramurals 2. Seniors i958 o % [109] Seniors 1958 JAMES BROWN GRIER CHARLOTTE, N. C. Ciril Engineering Construction Option DANIEL MARTIN GRIFFIN LENOIR, N C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE; IRE: Veterans Club COLLIER J. GRISWOLD III RALEIGH, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning Theta Chi; ASHAE Student Chapter ' 56, ' 57, Secretary ' 57, ' 58; Engineers Fair ' 56, ' 57, ' 58 JAMES FRANK GROAT, JR. WINSTON-SALEM, N, C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS JOHN REX GURLEY, JR. FOREST CITY, N. C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences 1 , 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Vice-President, furlington Dorm 4, Intramurals 3, 4 LAWRENCE RAY GURLEY GOLDSBORO, N C Chemical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega, AlChE, Engineers Council; Advisory Board Southern En- gineer; President, Alpha Phi Omeja 3 RICHARD N. GURLEY NEWTON. N. C Chemical Engineering Honor Program; Dean ' s List; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Phi; AlChE, In- tramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3; AROTC Croup Adjutant 4; Smith Douglas Scholarship Award 3, 4 GERALD EPPS HAGLER BELMONT, N C Chemical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi; Order of St, Patrick, AlChE Pres- ident 4; Engineers Council 4; Skish Team 3, 4 GRAHAM DWIGHT HALL LEXINGTON, N, C Electrical Engineering IRE WALTER W. HAMILTON GASTON I A, N C Heating and Air Conditioning and Mechanical Engineering NC Society of Engineers; ASME; ASHAE, Veterans AssociatiCin KENNETH D. HAMPTON ASHEVILLE. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lA-S JAMES THOMAS HANEY CHARLOTTE, N C Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; ASCE Public Relations WVWP, Intramurals 1, 2; CU Board of Directors. [110] JOSEPH DONALD HANEY CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. JOSEPH L HANNAH WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Arnold Air Society Secretary; Ameri- can Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Dorm Athletic Director. WILLIAM F. HANRATHAN OYSTER BAY, N. Y. Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; ASCE; Mu Beta Psi; Chi Epsilon; The Blue Key; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, WILLIAM A. HARRELL GRIFTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical En- gineers. JAMES W. HARRILL RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Vice- President 3; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Mu Beta Psi; Arnold Air Society; AIEE; IRE; Distinguished Military Student; College Band President 3, Public Relations Officer 2. JAMES EDWARD HARRIS WINSTON-SALEM, N. C Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; ASCB. MARVIN E. HARRIS MT. GILEAD, N, C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. ROBERT HAROLD HARRIS ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Industrial Engineering Arnold Air Society; AIIE; Track I JOSEPH H. HARWOOD ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE; Veterans Club. DAVID SWAN HAWORTH LUMBERTON, N, C. Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; Mu Beta Psi Presi- dent; American Society of Civil Engi- neers; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; State College Band Business Manager; Or- chestra Manager; College Union Ac- tivities Committee; Baptist Student Union. JIMMY DINE HAYNES PITTSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option WINFRED ALLAN HEATH KINSTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Ad- vanced AFROTC. hm k [111] LLOYD M. HEDGEPETH ROCKY MOUNT, N, C, Heating and Air Conditioning Theta Tau; Arnold Air Society; ASHAE; Treasurer of Theta Tau; Dis- tinguished Military Student. STEVEN A. HELMS, JR. GREENSBORO, N, C, Nuclear Engineering AlP; Crosscountry I, 2. ROBERT JACK HOLT BILTMORE, N, C, Mechanical Engineering ASME; Veterans Club. JOHN EARL HOOVER CKEENSBORO, N C Mechanical Engineering P_ershing Rifles; ASME; Tennis 1. DONALD E. HENDRIX LHAI L0TTE, n, c. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Veterans Club 1,2,3. JOHN HENRY HEINBOCKEL MANHASSET, N. Y. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Nu Fraternity; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; AlP. HUGH P. HENDERSON CHARLOTTE. N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2, President; Eta Kappa Nu, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, Vice-President; Radio Amateur Club ], 2, 3; AIEE; IRE 3, 4. DONALD P. HOLLOWAY FUQUAY SPRINGS, N, C Industrial Engineering JAMES GUS HONDROS ROCKY MOUNT, N C Mechanical Engineering IDC; Vice-President, Belton Dorm. EMMITT M. HONEYCUTT FAYETTEVILLE, N G. Mechanical Engineering Arnold Air Society Treasurer; Track Team 1 . VANN MARSHALL HOOVER CHARLOTTE, N, C, Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE, Veterans Association. JOHN C. HOPKINS CHARLOTTE, N, C, Industrial Engineering Alpha SgiT-a Phi; Alpha Pi Mu. Re- cord. ng Secretary I ; Veterans Asso- ciation, Executue Counc.l; AIIE; Stu- dent Traffic Comr ittee Chairman 4, Freshman Orientation Committee. [112] BYARD HOUCK, JR. WEST lEFFERSON, N C hitluslrial Engineering AIIE LOWELL THOMAS HOVIS BELMONT, N. C. Mechanical Engineering CHARLES MILTON HOUSER VALE, N. C. Civil Engineering Pershing Rifles; ASCE; Intramurals 1. 2. HEYWOOD B. HOUTZ ELIZABETH CITV N. C Electrical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Correspondent 2. Recorder 3; Glee Club Director 2, 3. 4; Agromeck Editorial Staff 3; Ju- dicial Board 4; ROTC. GEORGE R. HOWARD, JR. CHARLOTTE, N C Chemical Engineering Kappa Alpha, President; Phi Eta Sig- ma; Scabbard and Blade; Companion of St- Patrick; Distinguished Military Student; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- fraternity Council, President; CU Board of Directors; Consolidated Uni- versity Student Council; ROTC Execu- tive Officer JOHN C. HUFFMAN BLACK MOUNTAIN, N C Electrical Engineering State Student Toastmasters JOSEPH LOUIS HUGHES, JR. BADIN, N. C Chemical Engineering Sigma Chi CLAUD EVANS HULL WENDELL, N. C Aeronautical Engineering Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. GERALD LEIGH HUNT DURHAM. N C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Vice-President. Veterans Association CHARLES R. HUTCHINS RALEIGH, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi. Secretary; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Intra- murals; AlP 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Pres- ident 4; Engineers Council; Vetville Council; Veterans Association; NC State Student Legislature; Interim Council 4. HARRY WATKINS INGOLD GARY, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu RANDALL EVERETTE JABE GREENSBORO, N. C Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE Seniors i958 1113] THEODORE REA JEFFERIES RALEIGH, N. C. Engineering Mathematics AIEE; BSU Choir CHARLES D. JEFFREYS RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Sigma Phi Epsilon; lAeS. HUBERT LEE JENKINS RUTHERFORDTON, N C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. WILLIAM R. JERNIGAN, JR . DUNN, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Theta Chi, Vice-President; Veterans Association; Young Democrats Club; ASME. GEORGE R. JIVATODE RALEIGH. N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. PRESTON B. JOHNSON BENSON, N. C Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Intra- murals 1 ; Vetville Council 4, ROBERT CALVIN JOHNSON VVINSTON-SALEM, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME WILLIAM CARL JOHNSON ERVv IN, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE. CARROLL GRAHAM JONES BAILEY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Basketball 1; ASME 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Inter Dorm Council 3, 4. JOSEPH SEBRING JONES REIDSVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS LAWRENCE B. JONES WALKERTOWN, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option VICTOR ALLEN JONES LAUREL SPRINGS, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; American Society of Civil Engineers 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors i958 [1141 HARVEY RAY JOYNER ELM CITY, N. C, Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade; ASCE; Track I; Wesley Foundation; ROTC. JIMMY YATES JOYNER WENDELL, N. C. Ciiil Engineering ASCE. GHULAM RASOOL KALWAR PANO AKIL, W. PAKISTAN Civil Engineering International Club. THOMAS A. KARAM NEW BERN. N C Civil Engineering Construction Option Pi Kappa Phi; ASCE; Newman Club. FRED WILLIAM KEAR RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. NORWOOD S. KEEL WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Engineering Mathematics Film Committee 3; Veterans Club 4; Vetville Alderman 3, 4. ROBERT PAUL KELLAR It-T.VARD, N. C. M cchanicul Engineering Aeronautical Option Band 1, 2; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. ARCHIBALD C. KENNEDY RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering BILLY RAY KENNEDY RALEIGH, N C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; Forest Products Re- search Society. JACK CRAIG KENNEDY rHuMA ' yv ' lLLE, N, C, Electrical Engineering Pfeiffer College 1, 2; AIEE ROBERT PHILIP KENNEL NEW BERN, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Delta Sigma Phi, President; Phi Eta Sigma; Thirty and Three, Secretary- Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Blue Key, Treasurer; Golden Chain; Phi Kappa Phi, Vice-President; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 ; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; AFROTC; Student Government 2, 3; Chairman, Investigations Committee 3; IDC 3; IFC 4; Owen Dorm, Vice- President; Talent for Service Scholar- ' ' " JOEL OTTO KIMREY NORWOOD, N. C. Geological Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappi Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Senior Honors Program; Phi Kappa Phi; Freshman Scholarship Cer- tificate; AIME; Veterans Club; Rock- hound Club, Vice-President 4. [115] MARTIN BRUCE KING HAMLET, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu. Presi- dent; Tau Beta Pi; Arnold Air So- ciety; AIEE; IRE, Secretary. JOHN LOYD KIRK ASHEVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Chi; ASCE; Technician Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Publica- tions Board 4; Intramurals; AFROTC. KARL OTTO KOEBBERLING LENOIR, N, C, Nuclear Engineering American Institute of Physics; Reactor Tour Guide. EDWARD LOGAN LACKEY RALEIGH, N, C. Electrical Engineering IRE; Veterans Association. HAROLD W. LANDRUM WILSON, N. C. Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2; Chi Epsilon 3, 4; ASCE, Secretary 4. WALTER ROBERT LANE WILMINGTON, N. C Industrial Engineering Phi Kappa Tau; Thirty and Three, Vice-Presdient; Student Body Secre- tary 3, Veterans Association, President 2; Consolidated University Student Council Chairman 3; CU Dance Com- mittee 1, Forum Committee 1 ; Student Legislature 1 ; VA Social Chairman. MARVIN RAY LANIER STATESVILLE. N C Mechanical Engineering ASME. ROBERT EDWARD LASATER ERWIN, N. C Civil Engineering ASCE; Veterans Association. EDWARD BRADDY LATHAM WASHINGTON, N C Civil Engineering Construction Option Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT FEREBEE LATHAM MOCKSVILLE. N, C, Nuclear Engineering Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Gov- ernment Senator; V elch Dorm, Presi- dent, Manager; Distinguished AFROTC Student; American Institute of Phys- ics; Inter Dorm Council. CURGUS C. LEDBETTER THOMASVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. JOHN FOY LEDBETTER, JR. ASHEVILLE, N, C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE; American Society of Civil Engineers. k£i [116] CLAUDE ATLAS LEDWELL LINDEN, N. C. Industrial Engineering ROBERT EARL LEWIS LUMBERTON. N, C. Electrical Engineering AIEE WILLIAM RICHARD LEWIS WILMINGTON, N C Heating and Air Conditioning Scabbard and Blade. American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engi- neers; Football 1, 2; ROTC. ROBERT RICHARD LIGUORI SOUTHINCTON, CONN Nuclear Engineering American Institute of Physics; Engi- neers Council. LEWIS B. LINEBERGER WOODLEAF, N C Civil Engineering ASCE, Intramurals 1, 2, t, 4 WILBUR L LOCKROW WINSTON-SALEM, N. C Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon, Engineers School Honors Program; ASCE. GEORGE FREDERICK LONG HIGH POINT, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME ROBERT C. LYME, JR. RICHMOND, VA. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Golden Chain; Blue Key; Thirty and Three; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Class Vice-President 3; Judicial Board Chairman; Board of Review; Distin- guished Military Student; ROTC; Out- standing MS III Award; American So- ciety of Military Engineers; Gold Metal. JOHN WALTER LOWRY, JR. CHARLOTTE, N, G. Heating and Air Conditioning AMY O ' BRIAN LUPTON ORIENTAL, N. G. Electrical Engineering JAMES NEVIS McALISTER KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIEE; Games Committee 3, Secretary 2; Veterans Club 2, 4, RICHARD H. McCARN KANNAPOLIS. N. G. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. Seniors i958 f f) B " hJh [117] JOE CLARENCE McCASLIN MAIDEN. N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME 1, 2, 3, 4 ALAN HOWARD McCRAW HIGH POINT, N. C. Electrical Engineering HUGH A. McDERMOTT VASS, N. C, Mechanical Engineering ASK IE; Young Republicans Club. ROBERT LAVERNE McGARR LENOIR, N C Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Civil Engineers; CU House Com- mittpp; ROTC ROYCE LEON McKINNEY BAKERSVILLE, N, C, Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAtS JAMES M. McKENZIE SALEMBURC, N C, Industrial Engineering Southern Engineer Staff; Inter-Dorm Council; IDC Ball Committee; Becton Dorm President, Manager; AIIE. CECIL GRAY MADDEN HAMLET, N. C, Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi JAMES VERNON MAGEEAN NORFOLK, VA. Nuclear Engineering Pi Kappa Phi; Monogram Club; Wrestling 2. GEORGE McB. MAKELY GREENSBORO, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pershing Rifles; AlP; Fraternity Intra- murals 1,2; TKE Secretary 2, Pylortes 3, Historian 4. JAMES DENNIS MANER FRANKLINVILLE, N C. Electrical Engineering AIEE; Veterans Club ASA MOYE MANNING WILLIAMSTON, N, C Civil Engineering ASCE;Vetville Alderman 3, 4. JERRY LEE MARSH GREENSBORO, N C Civil Engineering Construction Option ASCE. Seniors 1958 [118] ROY HAROLD MASSENGILL f ENLY, N. C, Industrial Engineering Veterans Association; AIIE. JAMES ROBERT MAUNEY CHERRYVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsiion; Veterans Association; American Society of Civil Engineers. WILLIAM HARRIS MICHIE i ' C l-.ORO, N, C, Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS; Theta Chi, Secretary 2. WILLIAM EDWARO MILLER SALISBURY, N. C. Mechanical Engineering CHARLES HARRY MATEER CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Epsiion, Treasurer 3, Presi- ent 4; Scabbard and Blade Treasurer 4; ASCE 2, 3, 4; IPC Investigations Committee 4. JAMES H. MEDLIN, JR. VyiLMINCTON, N. C, Civil Engineering ASCE; Veterans Club. CRAWFORD PAUL MILLER ALBEMARLE, N. C Engineering Physics BSUChoir3, 4. LAURENCE A. MINK Vv ' irr-.inti-SAi fm. n. c. Nuclear Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; American In- stitute of Physics. GEORGE G. MATHEWS LAUREL HILL, N. C. Industrial Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Phi Kappa Phi. DONALD WAYNE MEMORY WAGRAM, N. C, Chemical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsiion; Phi Eta Sigma; Agromeck Business Staff 2, 3; Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- ment; ROTC; AlChE. WAYNE WADDELL MILLER GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Sigma Pi, Secretary 3, Pledge Master 4; ASCE; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL LELAND MINGIA GREENSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering [119] FRANK E. MINTER, JR. DURHAM, N. C. Engineering Physics Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Govern- ment 1, 2; Campus Stores Advisory Committee 3, 4; Interfraternity Coun- cil 3, 4; IPC Investigation Commit- tee 4. JAMES REID MISENHEIMER SHELBY. N, C, Chemical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Secretary; Drum and Bugle Corps; BSU Executive Council; Scabbard and Blade. LARRY LEE MISENHEIMER RICHFIELD, N, C. Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade; Chi Epsilon; ASCE. BOBBY GLEN MITCHELL GOLDSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. CLARENCE T. MODLIN, JR. LAURINBURG, N C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS 3, 4; CU Model Airplane Club 1, 2. 3. ROBERT REECE MOODY, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering CARROLL GENE MOORE GAS IONIA, N C Electrical Engineering IRE 1; AIEE 2. BILLY RAWLS MOORE TARBORO, N C. Civil Engineering BOB L. MOORE GRAHAM. N, C, Civil Engineering ASCE 3, 4; Chairman, Transportation and Materials Testing Committee 3. THOMAS MONROE MOORE FOUR OAKS, N, C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Veterans Club; YDC. JAMES DAVID MOSS CASTONIA. rj, C Industrial Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE 2, 3, 4; IDC Publicity Director 3 R. V. MOSS LENOIR, N C Civil Engineering [120] JAMES M. MOTSINGER HIGH POINT, N, C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Judicial Board; Engineers Council. WILLIAM D. MOXLEY, JR. RALEIGH, N C Chemical Engineering Mu Beta Psi, Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade: Engineers Council; AlChE; Order of St. Patrick; CD Film Com- mittee; ROTC; Band STEPHEN THOMAS MULLEN NEW PERN, N C Electrical Engineering NICHOLAS F. MUSSACK HALIFAX, N C Civil Engineering ASCE; Newman Club GUY ARNOLD MYERS, JR. WINSTON-SAlEM, n. c. Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; ASME; Pi Tau Sigma, Vice-President; Engineers Council. AVERETTE FLOYD NASH SAINT PAULS, N C Engineering Mathematics ASME 3. 4; Phi Eta Sigma WILLIAM ALAN NECKHAN NEW YORK, N. Y. Civil Engineering Construction Option Phi Epsilon Pi; ASCE; Southern Engi- neer, Editor; Committee Intramurals; CU Dance PAUL E. NIEDERCORN PEARL RIVER, N Y. Nuclear Engineering Sigrra Pi Sigma, AlP. BENJAMIN F. NIVEN, JR. MONROE, N. G Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau CHARLES REXFORD NORRIS WALLACE, N. G Civil Engineering Dorm Bowling Team JOHN ALBERT NORVILLE BREVARD, N C Industrial Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Pi Mu, Treasurer; AIIE, Program Chairman EDWARD W. NUCKOLLS HENDERSONVILLE, N C Industrial Engineering and Engineering Physics Alpha Pi Mu, Secretary 2; AIIE, Sec- retary 3. President 4; Engineers Coun- cil Treasurer 3, President 4; YRC President 3 ; NC Federation of Young Republicans; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Golden Chain; Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau, Southern Engineer, Advisory ' Board; Engineering Honors Program 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi Honors Award 2. Seniors i958 lk .s . i [121] JOE ALLEN NUCKOLLS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors Program; IRE; AIEE, Secretarx ' . ROBERT TRACY ODUM ORLANDO, FLA. Industrial Engineering Alpha Pi Mu 3, 4, Corresponding Sec- retary 4; AIIE 3, 4; Traffic Commit- tee 4; Veterans Association 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; CU House Corftmittee 2; Honors Student Program 4; Intra- murals 4. JOHN HAL OLIVER SMITHFIELD. N C Industrial Engineering Sigma Nu; AIIE HARRY A. OSBORNE, JR. MOCKSVILLE, N, C Nuclear Engineering Phi Kappa Tau, President; Pershing Rifles; Distinguished Military Student. RICHARD OTT GREENSBORO, N. C. Electrical Engineering Alpha Phi Omega; AIEE. EDGAR ALAN PACE HENDERSONVILLE, N C Heating and Air Conditioning WOW; VFW; ASHAE JOHN FAY P ADGETT CLIFFSIDE, N C Civil Engineering ASCE JAMES RAY PARK SALISBU( Y, N C Mechanical Engineering CARL DUNCAN PARKER CORDOVA, N. C Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key, Vice-President; Engineers Council 3, 4; Co-Chairman Engineers Fair 3, Chairman 4; AIEE- 1 RE; State Student Toasfmasters Club. CARL EION PARKER DURANTS NECK, N C Engineering Physics and Engineering Mathematics Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE-IRE; Engineers Council; Tau Beta Pi, President; Theta Tau, Vice-Regent; Sigma Pi Sigma, Secretary; AlP Treasurer; Knight of St. Patrick; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Honors Program, Veterans Association GERALD HEATH PARKER SALISBURY, N C Nuclear Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, Treasurer 2; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Frat Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4; AFROTC GRADY LEON PARKER MILL SPRING, N. C. Electrical Engineering AIEE. Seniors i958 [122] LOYD C. PARKER RALEIGH, N. C. Electrical Engineering RALPH JEROME PARKER WILLIAMSTON. N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning Phi Kappa Tau; American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engi- neers 2, 3, 4; Intramural Handball 1 ■ Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; ASHAE Represen- tative 3, Treasurer 4; NCS Band 1; Engineers Council 3; Treasurer, Phi Kappa Tau. ARZA DONALD PATTERSON WINSTON -SALEM. N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME 1, 2. 3. 4; Engineers Council 3, 4; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ROY PEARSON, JR. APEX. N C Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Softball 2, 3; Honors Program; AIEE 3, 4; IRE 3. 4; AlEE-IRE Branch Chairman 4; Engineers Council 4. ROBERT C. PEARSON KINGS MOUNTAIN, N C, Industrial Engineering AIIE. THOMAS EDGAR PEATROSS WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Association; Intra- murals. JAMES M. PEDEN, JR. RALEIGH, N. G, Civil Engineering President Senior Class 4; Golden Chain President 4; Blue Key 3, 4; Publica- tions Board 4; ASCE 3, 4; CUSC 3; Chairman Carolina ' s Virginia Region of NSA 3; Vice-President Sophomore Class 2; Thirty and Three 2; Student Government Representative 1, 2; Vice-Chairman Investigations Commit- tee 2; Representative to NC Student Legislature 2, 3. RAYVON PERDUE KANNAPOLIS, N G. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club; Veterans Club. GLENWOOD HAYES PERRY 2EBUL0N, N G. Mechanical Engineering ASME; AFROTC. LENNART R. PETERSON WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, Engineering Physics Sigma Phi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; AlEE-IRE 2, 3; AlP 4. MARION RICKMAN PHELTS LILLINGTON, N C Heating and Air Conditioning Alpha Beta Gamma; Honorary Chem- ical Society. WILLIAM J. PHIFER, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 4; Dorm Social Director and As- sistant Floor Manager 4; AFROTC Glee Club 2. [123] ALAN CLAIR PHILLIPS MOCKSVILLE. N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kap- pa Phi; Vice-President Welch Dorm; Secretary IDC. REX ASKEW PHILLIPS SNOW HILL, N. C. Geological Engineering 30 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Engineers Council 1, 2, 3; Treasurer AIME; Rock Hound Club 4; Advanced AFROTC. ROBERT K. PHILLIPS LILLINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Honors Program; AIEE- IRE; Intramural Basketball I State College Band. 2; NC THEO CLYDE PILMINGTON DURHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Student Branch AIEE- IRE, Secretary; Distinguished Military Student; Cadet Regimental Com- mander. EVERETT J. POINDEXTER RALEIGH, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE President; Chi Epsilon; Society of American Military Engineers; Vice- President, Veterans Association; Com- panion of St. Patrick; Traffic Com- mittee; Social Committee; YDC; In- tramural Football 1; Football 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. HAROLD EUGENE POLK RALEIGH, N, C, Civil Engineering Construction Option Theta Chi President; ASCE; Intra- murals I, 2. ERNEST GORDON POOLE CHARLOTTE, N, C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Veterans Association. A. KEITH POOSER, JR. MARION, N C. Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; ASME. MARION RONALD POOLE THOMASVILLE. N. C. Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade; American Society cf Civil Engineers; Cadet Lt. Army ROTC. LEON MAX POWELL ERV ' IN, N C Engineering Mathematics Veterans Association; VetviHe Council. ZEB VANCE POOLE STATESVILLE, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. ROBERT EUGENE POWELL GARNER, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE. w [124] JAMES ALBERT PRESTON NORFOLK, VA Chemical Engineering AlChE; Veterans Club WILLIAM LaMONT PRICE GOLDSBORO. N C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Seniors i958 DEAN MAC PRUETTE HIGH POINT, N C Nuclear Engineering AlP; ASM; NC State Orchestra- JERRY PRYOR MT. HOLLY, N, C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE; Tenms 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3. 4, DON OLIVER QUINN ASHEVILLE, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME; AB Chem Hon VICTOR D. RACKLEY SHARPSBURG, N C Industrial Eng ' neering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Mu Beta P ;i , Banj 1,2; Arnold Air Soc.ety 3. 4 Con- mander 4, AFROTC 1, 2. 3, 4. ROBERT HAND RANKIN CASTONIA, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Kappa Sigma; ASCE EUGENE FRANCIS REDDEN ENGLISH, IND Nuclear Engineering HOYT LEE REEL MARION, N C Mechanical Engineering ASME ROBERT PLATO REESE MARS HILL. N, C Electrical Engineering EUGENE THOMAS REYNOLDS FRANKLINVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; ASCE Treasurer; " On The Level " Feature Writer. JAMES ALVIN RICE, JR. WILMINGTON, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. [125] CLYDE E. RICHARDSON, JR. THOMASVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME 4; Veterans Club 3. WILLIAM B. RICHMOND HILLSBORO. N. C. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Soccer 1, 2; Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; Student Government 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; AFROTC Drill Team 1,2; Color Guard 1, 2. WILLIAM C. ROBERSON, JR. WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard and Blade. JERRY ALLAN ROBERTS LANDIS, N, C Engineering Physics Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; AlP; Vet- erans Association. RALPH DUANE ROBINSON CHARLOTTE, N. C Chemical Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers. JAMES GORDON RODGERS RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering AIIE. JAMES CHARLES ROGERS TABOR CITY, N C Mechanical Engineering ROBERT CLAYTON ROGERS HIGH POINT, N. C Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu; Prat Intramurals 1. 2, 3; ASME 4, Vice-Chairman; Mechanical Engi- neers TV Program 4; Veterans Club 1.2, ■, ROBERT GRAHAM ROOKS Vv ' HITEVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering Society of American Military Engi- neers, Vice-President; American So- ciety of Civil Engineers, ROBERT W. ROSEVEARE GREENVILLE, N. C. Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. KENNETH LEE ROSS CHARLOTTE, N. C Electrical Engineering RALPH MARION ROUNTREE GATES, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME; Veterans Association. Seniors i958 [1261 DONALD HENRY ROY kALEICH, n. c. Nuclear Engineering Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Si gma; Sigma Pi Sigma; ASM. ARTHUR A. SCOTT, JR. GREENSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; ASCE; Monogram Club; Track 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. BONNIE SHAIN WILMINGTON, N. C. Nuclear Engineering MELVIN DEAN SIDBURY HAMP5TEAD, N ' Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; ASME;ASTE. LARRY HERBERT ROYSTER RALEIGH, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS; Engineers Council; Distinguished Military Student; AF Drill Team 3; CU House Committee. OSITA RALPH SELF SILER CITY, N. C. Civil Engineering Theta Tau; ASCE; Engineers Coun- cil 4. ROBERT F. SHIPMAN, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Electrical Engineering ROTC. RALPH GENE SIFFORD SALISBURY, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers. ROBERT F. SAWYER ELIZABETH CITY, N. C, Electrical Engineering Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; AIEE 3, 4. JOHN IKE SEWELL CAVE SPRINGS, CA. Mechanical Engineering MSAE. CHARLES ROBERT SHOOK ASHEVILLE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME. BRYCE SIGMON GREENVILLE, N. C. Electrical Engineering U k [127] ROBERT HARRIS SIMONS WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Pledgemas- ter; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH IVAN SIMS SALISBURY, N C, Industrial Engineering AIIE; Veterans Association; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. SLAYDON, JR. HIGH POINT, N C. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE; Veterans Club. MARVIN KENNETH SLOAN ERVVIN, N. C. Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE, Reporter 3, President 4; Theta Tau; Veterans Association. RICHARD C. SLOAN MT. ULLA, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; On The Level Staff; Intra- rriLirals 2; WF, BENJAMIN THOMAS SMITH POLKTON, N, C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Epsilcn; ASCE; Veterans Association; Cape Fear En- gineers Club Scholarship; NC Society of Engineers; ASCE Vice-President 4, Tau Beta Pi, Corresponding Secretary 4; Engineering Honors Program; En- gineers Council. CHARLES WESLEY SMITH MEADVILLE, PA, Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. EDGAR WILLIAMS SMITH CHARLOTTE, N. C. Chemical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant-At-Arms, Rush Chairman; BSU Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; |udicial Board4; AlChE 2, 3, 4; AFROTC. ROY MARVIN SMITH MARSHVILLE, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. WILLIAM DAVID SMITH ASHEBORO, N. C. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Scabbard and gjade. WILLIAM E. SMITH IV GOLDSBORO, N G Nuclear Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Dorm President 3, 4, Manager 3, Athletic Director 4; IDC 3, 4. WILLIAM VERLIN SMOOT WINSTON-SALEM, N G Electrical Engineering AIEE; IRE. [128] CHARLES R. SOUTHERLAND COLDSBORO, N. C. Civil Engineering Construction Option Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Veterans Associa- tion. RICHARD VERNEY SOUZA DUNEDIN, FLA Electrical Engineering Student Broadcasting System; Cosmo- politan Club; Amateur Radio Club WILLIAM P. SORRELS FOREST CITY, N C Engineering Mathematics Veterans Club. JACK DWAYNE STAFFORD PRINCETON, vy VA. Engineering Physics Lambda Chi Alpha, Officer; AlChE; AlP; Frat Sports. DONALD STALL! NGS MAYSVILLE, N. C, Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS HAL EUGENE STARR HICKORY, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE PAUL RICHARD STEWART SPRUCE PINE, N. C Geological Engineering Rockhound Club, Berea College. Base- ball 1, Vice-President; Photography Club. GERALD DAVID STONE WILMINGTON, N C. Civil Engineering ASCE; Veterans Association. ROY EDWIN STONE HIGH POINT, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Honors Program; Vet- erans Club; IRE; AIEE. RICHARD PARKS STONE CHARLOTTE. N C Civil Engineering Construction Option ROBERT E. SULLIVAN CLAREMONT, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AlP; Veterans Asso- ciation. CHARLES ROLLINS SWAIN ROPER, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. Seniors i958 (1291 JAMES EDWARD SWING CLIFFSIDE, N C, Electrical Engineering AIEE. KENNETH T. SWICEGOOD CANTONEMENT, FLA Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. DOYLE P. SWOFFORD GREENSBORO, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AlP. GRADY HUSTON SYKES CHARLOTTE, N. C Industrial Engineering Sigma Pi; Traci 1; Sigma Pi Presi- dent 4, Vice-President 3, Correspond- ing Secretary 2; IFC Dance Commit- tee 3; Cheerleader 2; Glee Club 1; Pershing Rifles Drill Team 2; AIIE 4. PAUL MARSHALL SYKES RALEIGH, N, C. Chemical Engineering Sigma Pi Sigma; AlChE; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. 5. LARRY MELVIN TALBERT ALBEMARLE, N. C Mechanical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; ASME; Intra Dorm Sports. JOSEPH M. TARDUGNO, JR. WILMINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering President and Social Director Alex- ander Dorm 4. RALPH CURRIN TEASLEY DURHAM, N. C. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi Phi Eta Sigma; Veterans Association State Student Toastmasters, President Phi Kappa Phi; IRE; Honors Program ROY L. TEMPLETON KANNAPOLIS, N, C. Electrical Engineering IRE. JOHN ROBERT TERRELL CLYDE, N. C. Mechanical Engineering ASME 2, 3, 4; YWCA 4; Veterans Club 4. EUGENE ERVIN THOMPSON RALEIGH, N. C, Industrial Engineering Phi Kappa Tau; Cross Country Track 1; AIIE 2, 3, 4; State Band 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1 , 2, 3, 4. JESSIE L. THOMPSON RALEIGH, N, C. Electrical Engineering Seniors i958 [130] RALPH SEYMOUR THUM BROOKLYN, N, i. Industrial Engineering Phi Epsilon Pi; AIIE; Southern Engi- neer; CU Form Committee. BILLIE RICHARD TODD RALEIGH, N. C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS. ROBERT BAKER TODD CHAPEL HILL, N. C, Mechanical Engineering LUIS C. TRIGO, JR. SAN lUAN. P. R. Civil Engineering ASCE. BASIL WAITES TURBYFILL HICKORY, N. C. Furniture Manufacturing and Management Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean ' s List; Phi Kappa Phi; Intramural 3, 4; Furniture Club Treasurer 3, Pres- ident 4; Forestry Products Research Society; BSU Choir; President Baptist College Class; YMCA. CHARLES RICHARD VAUSE RUTHERFORDTON, N. C, Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Model Air- plane Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WOODROW W. VENNEL III ALEXANDRIA, VA Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option lAeS; Marching Airmen. ROBERT TROY VENTERS LEBANON, N J Civil Engineering Construction Option JOHN FRANKLIN VOGLER MOUNT AIRY, N. C Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; ASME, JAMES C. WACHOB, JR. MORCANTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering SAMUEL CREWS WALDEN TABOR CITY, N. C. Nuclear Engineering Sigma Chi, Treasurer. FERMAN LEE WALKER MILL SPRING, N. C. Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Scabbard and Blade; Cross Country I, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. [131] HERMAN LEWIS WALKER MILL SPRING. N. C. Electrical Engineering Monogram Club; Cross Country ], 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 3, 4. LUTHER MARVIN WALTERS ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Chemical Engineering AlChE. JAMES LYNNE WALTON DOWNINGTOWN, PA. Industrial Engineering Delta Sigma Phi; Football 2 FREDRIC GLENN WARREN SELMA, N. C. Electrical Engineering IRE. STANLEY E. WATKINS RALEIGH, N, C, Engineering Mathematics JAMES W. WATTERSON GUILFORD, N. C. Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; Intra- murals 2. WILLIAM FRANK WEBB CANLER, N. C. Mechanical Engineering LARRY WYATT WELKER GREENSBORO, N. C, Heating and Air Conditioning ASHAE; Dorm Floor Manager. WILLIAM BURTON WELLS CANTON, N C Civil Engineering RICHARD WESTMORELAND THOMASV ' ILLE, N. C. Engineering Mathematics Sigma Phi Epsilon, President Pledge Class 3; Arnold Air Society; Public Informations Officer 4; Tau Beta Pi; Southern Engineer Editorial Staff I, 2. 3, Associate Editor 2, 3; Intra- murals; AFROTC, Director of Person- nel 4; Honors Student 4, Distinguished Military Student 4; YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Chancellors Policy Rec- ommendations Committee 3. FAISON Y. WHITAKER, JR. DURHAM, N, C. Mechanical Engineering ASME 4 WILSON GARY WHITAKER ENFIELD. N. C. Industrial Engineering [132] CHARLES HENRY WHITE CHINA GROVE, N : Civil Engineering ASCE;SAME ALBERT LEE WILEY ACME. N. C, Nuclear Engineering DAVID M. WILLIAMS KINSTON. N C Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi RALPH P. WILLIAMS ASHEVILLE. N C Heating and Air Conditioning and Mechanical Engineering ASHAE; College Traffic Committee 3, 4. ROBERT L WILLIAMS MORCANTON, N C Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Veterans Association, Vice-President 4; Intra- murals 2. 3, 4, CHARLES ARTHUR WILLIS CHARLOTTE, N. C. Civil Engineering ASCE; American Society of Military Engineers. ALAN M. WINCHELL WINDSOR, N Y Chemical Engineering CU Photography Committee; AlChE FRANKLIN D. WINDLEY BATH, N, C Industrial Engineering AIIE; YMCA 1,2, 3,4, AFROTC OTTIS M. WINFIELD, JR. WASHINGTON, N. C. Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; AIEE-IRE. KERMIT M. WINSTEAD SANFORD, N C Mechanical Engineering ASfviE HAVARD ASHBURN WOOD ENFIELD, N, C Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Option HUNTER McG. WOODALL RALEIGH, N. C. Industrial Engineering , ' -llE Seniors i958 (1331 Seniors i958 OLLIE CLIFTON WOODARD SPRING HOPE, N C Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. RICHARD GRADY WRIGHT WINSTON-SALEM, N, C. Civil Engineering ASCE. STEPHEN COLE WUAMETT CLEVELAND, N. C. Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineering. WILLIAM RICHARD WYATT WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Mechanical Engineering WVWP 2, 3. 4; ROTC Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 4; ASME 1, 2, 3. 4. GEORGE WILLIAM WYNNE MORGANTON, N, C Mechanical Engineering ASME. CHARLES YAWN ROCK HILL, S. C. Chemical Engineering AlChE. DENNIS R. YORK, JR. ASHEBORO, N. C Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE. JAMES ALVIN YORK RALEIGH, N C Industrial Engineering USAF. Juniors Adams, Gordon Leslie Kinston, N. C. Adoms, Robert Thompson Winston-Salem, N. C. Agnos, John Nicholos Winston-Salem, N. C. Allen, Carroll Glenwood Farmville, N. C. Allen, George Calvin, Jr. Alley, Frank M., Jr. Almond, Donald Wayne Anderson, Carl Woodliffe, Lumberton, Raleigh, Albemarle, Jr. Ramseur, N. N. N. N. C C C C Anderson, Calvin Curtis Anderson, John Robinson Annas, Wesley Eugene Atkins, George Calvin Tarboro, Greensboro, Granite Falls, Apex, N. N. N. N. C c c c Atwater, Henry Foust Burlington, N. C. Ausband, Robert William Winston-Salem, N. C. Autry, Stacy Maurice Clinton, N. C. Bailey, Leon Waverley, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Baker, Max Norris King, N. N. N. 11, C Baldwin, Max Elam Ball, Phillip Ray Ballard, Richard Phillip Ramseur, Varina, South H c. c. Va. Ballenger, Ray Herbert Barker, Jeter Olive, Jr. Barksdale, William Benjamin Barnes, Donald Ray Wilson, Greensboro, , Jr. Raleigh, Wilson, N. N. N. N. C. C. C. C. Barrett, Rolin Farror Bass, Roderick Sidney Basnight, Floyd Lee Baxter, John David Raleigh, Nashville, Manns Harbor, Greensboro, N. N. N N. C. c. c. c. Beasley, Robert Earle Beaver, Norman Alexander Bell, Jon Michael Bell, William Franklin, III Raleigh, China Grove, Raleigh, Raleigh, N. N N. N. c. c. c. c. 0 [135] Junior n o o n ' - ' V ' -V- ' v. - Bennett, Willett Boyd, Jr. Hendersonville, N. C. Benton, Robert Rutlond Winston-Salem, N. C. Biddy, Fred Douglas Charlotte, N. C. Bissette, William Elton, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Bledsoe, Leard Bernard, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Bonner, Malcolm Ray, Jr Comfort, N. C. Boren, Ben Clark, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Borg, John Corl Winston-Solem, N. C. Bost, James Franklin Roleigh, N. C. Boswell, Ralph Rondle Foirfox, Vo. Bowers, Mitchell Lee Thomasville, N. C. Bradley, Nelson A. Raleigh, N. C. Braswell, James William Braswell, Ransom Delon, Jr. Brattian, Daniel Webster, Jr. Bridgers, Donald Norris Smithfield, N. C. Salisbu ry, N. C. Oakboro, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Bridges, Wayne Crowell Britt, Billy Bernard Britt, Malcolm Vernon Brittain, Howard Marshall Brock, Wolter Donald Brown, Bobby James Brown, George Washington Brown, Homer Scott Brown, John Wesley Brown, Roderick Burton Bruch, Duane Harps Buckner, John Gilbert Buchanan, Robert Paul, Jr. Bullock, John Bunn, John Trent Burgess, Richard Hunt Rutherfordton, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Garner, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Mooresville, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Selma, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Ashford, N. C. Wendell, N. C. Siler City, N. C. Yadkinville, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Chorlotte. N. C. Dumont, N. J. [136] Class Burton, Paul George Burts, Watson Lee Bush, Harold Gene Byrd, James William Castle Hayne, Greenville, New London, Mt. Olive, N. , S. N. N. C. C. C. C, Byrd, Joe Lee Campbell, James Morgan Campbell, James Robert Campbell, Rex Cornelius Concord, Elizabethtown, Hickory, Stotesville, N. N. N. N. C c c c Campbell, William Donaldson Charlotte, N. C. Carmichael, David Lee Raleigh, N. C. Carter, John Brooks Canton, N. C. Carter, Lorry Lee Winston-Solem, N. C. Chopmon, Williom Walker Providence Forge, Va. Chatham, Jomes Owen Winston-Salem, N. C. Choppell, Nereus William, Jr. Belvidere, N. C. Cherry, James Stewort Roleigh, N. C. Chocron, Mouricio Elios Church, Jerry Anderson Cilvik, Reginald Morgan Clork, Douglas Couplon Caracas, Venezuela Valdese, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Winston-Solem, N. C. Clark, John Douglas Clark, Wesley Merton Cline, Ambrose Schenck Clippord, Carson Alexander Clippord, James H., Jr. Cocke, William Johnston Cockmon, Russell Preston Cole, Emmit Franklin Charlotte, N. C. Lumberton, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Roeford, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Pittsboro, N. C. Cloyton, N. C. Ccnstontine, Randolph, Jr. Copenhover, Howord W., Jr. Coulter, Homer Preston, Jr. Couturier, George Torboro, N. C. Morganton, N. C. Greenville, S. C. Roleigh, N. C. [137] iYktf) tf Junior Craig, Charles Spurgeon Creed, Hugh Molen Croft, Frank Wilfred Croom, Richard Dallas Durham, N. Mt. Airy, N. Glenview NAS, Fayetteville, N. C. c. III. c. Crine, Sherman Louis Crouch, Daniel Goy Crump, Gwyn Norman Culliman, James Thomas Winston-Salem, Asheville, Hickory, Chesterfield N. N. N. S. c. c. c. c. Curtin, Thomas Paul Curlin, Robsrt Lester Daniels, William Lee, Jr. Daughtry, Betty Brown Ft. Bragg, Wilson, Durham, Raleigh, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Davis, Aubrey Thomos Davis, Thomas Willis Dawkins, James Mitchell Dawson, John Robert, Jr. Hertford, Beaufort, Greensboro, Hamptc N. N. N. 1 c. c. c. Va. Deans, Philip Maurice Deoton, Willis Robert Deely, Brian Mahon, Jr. Dixon, Charles Royce Wilson, Cornelius, Raleigh, Siler City, N. N. N. N. C. C. C. C. Dixon, Rodney McSwain Dodson, Henry W., Jr. Dooley, Milton Thomas DuBois, Joseph Addison, Jr Statesville, Elon College, Raleigh, Morehead, N. N. N. N. C. C. C. c. Duke, Carlton Walker, Jr Norlina, N. C. Dunn, Thomas Richard Hamlet, N. C. Dupress, James Curtis Smithfield, N. C. Drinkard, William, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Easter, William Taylor Eckerd, Joseph Harold Edmondson, James B. Ellen, Samuel James Winston-Salem, N. C. Marion, N. C. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. [138] Class Ellenberg, John Doane Burlington, N. C. Elliott, Kenneth Eugene Black Mountain, N. C. Elzey, Horace Richard Creston, N. C. Emory, Bobby Yates Raleigh, N. C. Eppes, Richard, Jr. Hopewell, Vo. Etheridge, Joseph Lister Elizabeth City, N. C. Etheridge, Van Buren Webb Charlotte, N. C. Eudy, Darrell Joe Charlotte, N. C. Eudy, Robert Glenn Albemarle, N. C. Eury, Lynn Wade New London, N, C. Evans, Richard Thomas High Point, N. c. Evans, William Ernest Murfreesboro, N. c. Poison, Thomas Kilby, Jr. Faison, N. c. Earner, William Casper Morganton, N. c. Felton, Ronald Bruce Rocky Mount, N. c. Ferguson, David Neil Gostonia, N. c. Fitts, William Person Littleton, N. c. Fletcher, John Edward Marion, N. c. Folsom, John Wesley Warwic :k. Va. Forehand, Walter Kemp South Mills, N. C. Franklin, William Penman Wilson, N. C. Frarer, John Franklin, III Charlotte, N. c. Freeman, James Carroll Pompano Beac h, 1 Fla. Freeze, Bobbie Eugene Flint, Ml ich. Fuller, Allen Jefferson Liberty, N. C. Fuller, Bobby Lee Durham, N. C. Gaither, William George, Jr. Stotesville, N. C. Gardner, Charles Roy Greenville, N. c. Gardner, Jack Allen Pasadena, Calif. Gardner, James Donald Mt. Airy, N. c. Gardner, William Wright Wilson, N. c. Garland, John B. Matthews, N. c. [139] ST .ft f ■ ■n ' Junior Garren, Donald Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Gatewood, Henry Horace Winston-Salem, N. C. Gettys, Joe Cornwell Shelby, N. C. Gibson, Gerald Warren Laurinburg, N. C. Gill, Charles Herbert Glenn, Gordon, Jr. Glenn, Victor Emerson, II Godley, Riley Osborn Chorlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Durham, N. C. Sanford, N. C. Godley, Robert Baird Wrightsville Beach, N. C. Goff, Robert Fisher Ayden, N. C. Gomez, Gustavo Alberto Managua, Nicaragua Goodman, Tobias Westwood Raleigh, N. C. Goodnight, Floyd Edwin Gray, William Hugh Green, Charles Earl Greene, Donald Neale Griffin, Charles Roy, Jr. Griffith, Dewey Maurice Griffin, Eugene Levon, Jr. Groce, Clarence Rogers Concord, N. C. Supply, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. High Point, N. C. Pinetops, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Yadkinville, N. C. Good, Otis Edwin, Jr. Mount Airy, N. C. Gunter, Herman Curtis Fuquay Springs, N. C. Gunter, Layton Herbert, Jr. Graham, N. C. Guth, Wendell Lee Elkin, N. C. Gwaltney, James Henry Durham, N. C. Hager, Charles Ray Bessemer City, N. C. Hagwood, Charles McDonald Youngsville, N. C. Hamilton, Henry Redd Greensboro, N. C. Hammond, Wayne Hobert Raleigh, N. C. Hancock, Harvey Gray Winston-Salem, N. C. Hanford, Rayvine Raleigh, N. C. Harding, Williom Robert Chocowinity, N. C. [140] Class Harper, Willis Harold Harrington, Roy Lee Harris, Lawrence, Jr. Hart, Franklin Delano Hart, Neil Douglas Harwell, William Hayes Hassell, Russell Eugene, Jr. Howkins, James Ralph, Jr. Hayworth, Frank Calvin Henderson, William Dean Henley, Amos Brooks Herman, Clarence Eugene Herrin, Benny Wilson Herring, Malcolm LaRoy Hibbard, Robert Freeman Hilburn, David Bright, Jr. Hill, Charles Henry Hill, Horace Leon Hines, Jack Donald Hinskaw, Jerry Lloyd Hinton, John Daniel Hcke, Forney Moore, Jr. Hoke, Larry David Holt, Edward Franklin Hoover, James Nisbet Horner, George Samuel Horowitz, Harvey Alan Horton, William Elijah Hoskins, Richard Slater Hoyle, George Walter Hudson, Arlen Gladstone Hudson, Harry Hood Rocky Mount, N. C. Concord, N. C. Wake Forest, N. C. Angier, N. C. Kinston, N. C. Concord, N. C. Jamestown, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Walkertown, N. C. Linville, N. C. Hickory, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Ra ' eigh, N. C. Kinstcn, N. C. S ' ie:by, N. C. Spindale, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. Havelock, N. C. Hickory, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Bostic, N. C. Burlington, N. C. Oxford, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Bronx, N. Y. Newton, N. C. Mt. 0:iv3, N. C. Waxhaw, N. C. MkM i .nil [141] i I 1 gm k O V mM£ih JPK4 ' •-S ' ' 5%. " 1 J. f J I J - ' Huntley, James Larry Hwa, George T. S. Ingram, Joseph King Inman, John Douglas Junior . . . Charlotte, N. C. . . Hong Kong, China Badin, N. C. Pilot Mountain, N. C. Ivey, Ricnard Willis Wilmington, N. C. Jacumin, Jimmy Ray Rutherford College, N. C. Jomes, Roy Braxton Faison, N. C. James, William Thomas, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Jenkins, Homer Lee Jenkins, William Paul, II Johnson, Charles Borden Johnson, Franklin Mitchell Raleigh, N. C. Burlington, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Johnson, Tommie Joe Greensboro, N. C. Jones, Robert Ralph, Jr Laurinburg, N. C. Jones, Robert Thomas Roleigh, N. C. Jordan, Russell Edward High Point, N. C. Joslin, Arnold Lumsden Raleigh, N. C. Jurney, Douglas Melvin Harmony, N. C. Kay, William Byrd, Jr Red Springs, N. C. Keech, Leo Berl Pantego, N. C. Keen, Joseph Donald Goldsboro, N. C. Keen, William Ronald Rich Square, N. C. Keller, Wayne Douglas Lenoir, N. C. Kelly, Darrell Brown Lillington, N. C. Kelley, Henry Leiand Newport News, Va. Kelly, Paul Omer Newport, N. C. Kendrick, Edward Dickson, Jr. Fallston, N. C. Kepley, Walter Robert, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Kerr, Larry Stevenson Mooresville, N. C. Kerr, Walter Bernard Kannopolis, N. C. Kincaid, Theodore Allen Morgcntcn, N. C. Kincheloe, William Hatcher Rocky Mount, N. C. [142] Class Kirk, William Henry Kizziah, Gene Farrell Kizziah, Jack Dorrell Kluttz, Ronald Cooper Asheville, N. . Burlington, N. . Burlington, N. Pittsburgh 29, C. C. c. Po. Knight, James Thomas Charlotte, Knoefel, Arthur Eugene, III Black Mountain, Krauss, William Henry Charlotte, Ladd, Joe Dorrell Gastonia. N. N. N. N C. C. C. C Lone, Doris Florence Guaimora, Prov. Laney, Sherrill Glenn Lossiter, James Daniel La Sure, Lester James, Jr. de Comoquey Konnopolis, Clayton, Wilmington, ,Ci N. N. N. jba C. C. C. Laughton, William Jeral, Jr. M( Laurie, Mark Emit Lowing Hugh oreheod City, Brooklyn 35, Raleigh, Tobor City, N. N. N. N. C. Y. C Lowrimore, Gene Roy C. Ledbetter, John Steven Lee, Jimmy Dole Lee, Milton Woyne Lingle, Douglos Eugene Chorlotte, Ookboro, Greensboro, Faith, N. N. N. N. C. C. C. C. Lippord, John Henderson, Jr. Little, Fred Oscar, Jr Cleveland, Hickory, Raleigh, inston-Salem, N. N. N. N. C. r Lombord, Chorles Klem Long, Thomas " B " , Jr. W c. c. Love, Mumford Clydell, Jr. Lowdermilk, William Porter Vet Lydo, George S Concord, nWe, Raleigh, Raleigh, Greensboro, N. N. N. N. c. c. r Lydoy, Russell Osborne, Jr. c. Lyons, Thomos Robert, Jr. McAdoms, Robert Michael McDowell, Bobby Roy McDonald, Charles Edword Wilmington, Burlington, High Point, Lillington, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. 1 [143] K 1 n i Nr: r I - %m f i }«»« " f Junior McDonald, Robert Lomont Goldsboro, N. C. McFadden, Kenneth Edgar Greensboro, N. C. Mclver, Randolph Dewitt Wilmington, N. C. McKnight, Ernest Penn Winston-Solem, N. C. McKnight, Hugh Morris McLendon, Lloyd Lomar McNeill, Robert Calhoun McPh erson, John David Winston-Salem, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Laurel Hill, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Maddox, Joseph Emerson Madren, Paul Lee, Jr. Mangum, Erbie William, Jr. Mann, George Waters, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. Ossipee, N. C. Durham, N. C. Barton, Fla. Manning, Don Pace Greenville, N. C. Martin, John Locke North Wilkesboro, N. C. Mason, Homer Livingston Doytona Beach, Fla. Massey, James Stonley Winston-Salem, N. C. Matthews, Richard Wesley Greensboro, N. C. Maxwell, Albert Herr, Jr. Morganton, N. C. May, Robert Edward Kinston, N. C. Mayberry, Hassell Gray Winston-Salem, N. C. Meares, Elbert Clifton Mschan, Richard Brinsley, Jr. Mecks, Crawford Russell, Jr. Gloucester, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Mxol, Lorry Joe Winston-Salem, N. C. Valdese, N. C. Miller, George Kimball, Jr. Mills, Frank Andrew Mitchell, Frank Herbert, Jr. Mitchell, Riley Evan Mcore, Arnold Gray Moore, Bryce Hoed Moore, David Robert Mcore, Glenn Hugh Old Fort, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Toccoa, Ga. King, N. C. Spindale, N. C. Madison, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. [144] Class Moore, William Nathan Morris, Melvin Kenneth Morrow, James William Morrow, Victor Eugene Statesville, N. C. Richfield, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Burnsville, N. C. Munday, Jerry Thomas Murdoch, Andrew Wiley, Jr. Murray, Maurice Talmadge Newell, John Richard, Jr. Asheboro, N. C. Wildwood, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Newlin, John Henry, Jr. Danville, Va. Newman, James Newmon Leaksville, N. C. Nicholson, Harold Lee Greensboro, N. C. Northcutt, Lee Irvin Raleigh, N. C. Oates, Norwood Keith Alberton, N. C. O ' Connell, James Lee Sonford, N. C. Owen, Austin Andrew Elizabethtown, N. C. Owens, Milo Ervin Miami, Mo. Park, Richard Boyden Raleigh, N. C. Parrish, George Stephen Henderson, N. C. Parrott, George Rowlond Vetville, Raleigh, N. C. Pearsall, Jere Holly Springs, N. C. Peele, Charles Van Buren Goldsboro, N. C. Perkins, James Vance, Jr. Greenville, N. C. Pennell, Bradley Mack Lenoir, N. C. Phelps, James Clifton Winston-Salem, N. C. Phillips, George Thomas Scotli and Neck, N. C. Pierce, Garland Frank Soi jth ern Pines, N. C. Player, Lonnie McGower Fo lyetteville. N. c. Pollock, Donald Page Raleigh, N. c. Poole, Lonnie Craven, Jr. Raleigh, N. c. Pope, Ray Edward Hickory, N. c. Poteat, William Thomas Spindale, N. c. Powell, Thomas Cox, III Raleigh, N. c. [145] t AM I Ik A .« -iCk ' kt h Proescher, Andrew Jay, III Proffitt, Burton Mills Propst, Paul Laurence Putnam, Richard Vincent Junior Gary, N. C. Great Neck, N. Y. Southern Pines, N. C. Rutherfordton, N. C. Ramey, Leonard Carl Rockingham, N. C. Roper, James LeRoy Thomasville, N. C. Reams, Jack Smith Roleigh, N. C. Reorick, William Frederick DuBois, Pa. Reovis, James D. Winston-Salem, N. C. Redwine, Richard Horace Rural Hall, N. C. Renier, Joseph Harold Green Boy, Wise. Richordson, Carl Bryant, Jr. Louisburg, N. C. Robbins, Simon Erskine Rocky Mount, N. C. Roberson, William Young Smithfield, N. C. Robeson, Robert Isley Hickory, N. C. Robinson, Elmer James Liberty, N. C. Rock, Bernard Joseph Hickory, N. C. Rogers, John Chadwick Zebulon, N. C. Rogers, Lonnie Joe Williamston, N. C. Roper, Williom Lawrence En gelhard, N. C. Rothrock, Phillip Marion Winston-Salem, N. C Rothrock, Thomas Hardy, Jr. Raleigh, N. C Roughton, Ronald Gill El izabeth City, N. C Ruff, Carl Gladford, Jr. Mill Spring, N. C Rummage, Paul Edward Mooresville, N. c Rummler, Donald Robert Cherow, , s. c Rupord, Denver Wenford Statesville, N. c Rush, Benjamin Christopher Star, N. c Ruzicka, Milton John Long Island City 3, N. Y. Saieed, Tommy Anthony Greenville, N. C. Sain, William Carlos Statesville, N. C. Somet, Norman Filbert High Point, N. C. [146] Class Sanders, Graham Hodge Elizabeth City, N. C. Sanders, John Walton Raleigh, N. C. Sasser, George Colon Goldsboro, N. C. Scarborough, Paul Eugene, Jr. Statesville, N. C. Schofield, James Ray Bessemer City, N. C. Scott, Frederick Myers, III Jacksonville, N. C. Scott, George Walter Elizabeth City, N. C. Sechrist, John Rogers Lexington, N. C. Self, George Dewey, Jr Leaksville, N. C. Setzer, Ward Leovern Lenoir, N. C. Shaw, Wesley Edward Monroe, N. C. Shepherd, James Edward, Jr. Lewisville, N. C. Sholar, Merriman Staton Charlotte, N. C. Simpler, Malcolm Glenn, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Sink, Henry Rodney Thomasville, N. C. Sisk, Kenneth Norman Asheville, N. C. Sloan, Donald Alfred Olin, N. C. Sloop, Kenneth M Harrisburg, N. C. Smith, Drayton Lendell, Jr. . . Albemarle, N. C. Smith, Gordon Lewis High Point, N. C. Smith, Richard Francis Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Snyder, Howard Franklin Sanford, N. C. Somerville, Donold Harvey Plymouth, N. C. Spinello, Anthony Gerald Brooklyn, N. Y. Sprinkle, John Alexander, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Stephens, Milton James, Jr. Erwin, N. C. Stewart, William Thomas Burlington, N. C. Stinnett, Charles Nelson, Jr Canton, N. C. Stirewalt, Glenn Edward China Grove, N. C. Stott, Charles Roymond Wendell, N. C. Strodiey, Thomas Francis Pittsburgh, Pa. Stromsoe, William Robert Wilmington, N. C. w ' y K o -I mkdikJ ' ti dr dA 1147] K n ' »v U ' f { " f d 1 rkib i n Stuart, Roy Thornton Sullivan, Jack Houston Summerlin, Lyman Earl Swoim, Joe Terry Junior East Wakefield, N. H. Thomasville, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Swann, Paschal Ward Swaringen, David Leroy Sweatt, Jerry Oliver Talbert, Thomas Flake, Jr. Taylor, David Ray Taylor, Kenneth Ray Teogue, David Boyce Thomas, Jo Ann Statesville, N. C, Albemarle, N. C. Konnapolis, N. C. Spencer, N. C. . . Zebulon, N. C. Poison, N. C. Gronite Foils, N. C. Spruce Pine, N. C. Thomoson, Jomes Boyd, Jr. Thomoson, Robert Bradley, Jr. Thompson, James Burton Thornburg, Clarence Otto, Jr. Thornburg, Robert LeRoy Tillett, William Franklin Tillotson, Curtis Carlyle, Jr. Tilson, Robert Roy Roleigh, N. C. Lexington, N. C. New Bern, N. C. Dallas, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Timberloke, N. C. Oxford, N. C. Burnsville, N. C. Timblin, Stanley Walter Tomlin, Donald Dean, Jr. Toney, Fred, Jr. Torrence, James Fronklin Durham, N. C. Chottonoogo, Tenn. Mooresboro, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Tucker, Henry Lansing, Jr. Townsville, N. C. Tucker, Robert Woodson Roleigh, N. C. Tuttle, Ronald Edword Winston-Solem, N. C. Ussery, Milton Everette Lourinburg, N. C. Uzzell, Carl Thomos Hamlet, N. C. Vogler, Charles McKinney Mt. Airy, N. C. Vogler, Robert Alan Winston-Solem, N. C. Wode, Bobby Bruce Oxford, N. C. [148] Class Walker, Dorothy Dean Burlington, N. C. Walker, James Clork Lenoir, N. C. Waller, Jerry Marvin Jacksonville 4, Fla. Ward, Bennie Ray Elkin, N. C. Word, James Edward Rose Hill, N. C. Warlick, Charles Kenneth Polkville, N. C. Warlick, Max Lane Lawndale, N. C. Warren, James Arnold Statesville, N. C. Watson, Larry Wayne Sonford, N. C. Waynick, James Tillery Greensboro, N. C. Wellmen, George Harmon, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Wells, George Edgar Henderson, N. C. West, Robert Wayne Mars Hill, N. C. Westbrook, William Hugh Latimer, III Gumberry, N. C. White, David Franklin Winston-Salem, N. C. White, Kenneth Norman Winston-Salem, N. C. Whitman, Hobart Augustus, III Asheville, N. C. Willard, Marion Wesley Winston-Salem, N. C. Williams, Richard Thomas Charlotte, N. C. Williams, Robert Keith Newton Grove, N. C. Womack, Robert Reid Franklin, N. C. Woodall, Zebulon Royce Benson, N. C. Woodard, Henry Harrison Scotland Neck, N. C. Woodside, Robert M Staunton, Va. Worthington, Lloyd Burton, Jr. Winterville, N. C. Wyke, Thomas Fulton Marion, N. C. Yates, Joseph Louis Apex, N. C. Yionoulis, Stevie Mike Wilson, N. C. Voder, Paul Eugene Winston-Salem, N. C. Yonts, Woodrow Lloyd, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Young, Henry Jerome, III Statesville, N. C. Zachary, Claude Ross, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. WTTTTT [149] Ji j .ft o o c. c n o Sophomore Abee, David Winfield Rutherford College, N. C. Abemathy, Donald Ray Mt. Holly, N. C. Adams, Clarence Bynum Raleigh, N. C. Aderholdt, Charles Lamar Raleigh, N. C. Aldridge, John Arthur Winston-Solem, N. C. Alexander, David Caldwell Matthews, N. C. Alford, Michael Rives Raleigh, N. C. Allen, William Ronold Winter Haven, Fla. Allen, George Lewis, Jr Reidsville, N. C. Alligood, Gilbert Ray Woshington, N. C. Allran, Charles Forest Cherryville, N. C. Andrews, Charles Luther Greensboro, N. C. Angel, Douglas Hasten Kernersville, N. C. Apple, Vance Alton Gibsonville, N. C. Atkinson, John Henry, Jr Cory, N. C. Austin, Jerry Lamar Greensboro, N. C. Austin, Pinkney C, Jr Granite Falls, N. C. Austin, Sterling Oliver Hickory, N. C. Avent, Thomas Edward Faison, N. C. Avcrette, Charles David Elizabethtown, N. C. Bain, James Hammett Kinston, N. C. Boll, William Roy Burgaw, N. C. Ballard. William Charles Fuquay Springs, N. C. Baker, Fred Eugene Conover, N. C. Bonnerman, Carl Jackson Burgaw, N. C. Barbot, James Claudius Wilmington, N. C. Barnes, James Elmore Raleigh, N. C. Bortlett, William Kenneth, Jr. Asheville, N. C. Basinger, Donald Lee Salisbury, N. C. Bass, James Haywood Louisburg, N. C. Bateman, David Thompson Tyner, N. C. Batten, Coy Medlin Kenly, N. C. Beadles, Robert Leon Hayesville, N. C. Beam, David Conrad Lawndale, N. C. Beamer, William Fred Mt. Airy, N. C. Beason, Billy Gibson Boiling Springs, N. C. Beaver, Jomes Burton Salisbury, N. C. Beck, John Lewis, Jr Greensboro, N. C. Bellis, Vince Jerome Fayetteville, N. C. Bennett, Robert Elwin Raleigh, N. C. Benson, Neil Carson Greensboro, N. C. Bickett, Edgar Porter Charlotte, N. C. Bingham, Carrol Reid Lowndole, N. C. Bitting, John Henry, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Bittinger, Charles Lewis Mooresville, N. C. Bizzell, William Pitt Foyetteville, N. C. Blake, Roy Baxter, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. Blackwood, Robert Hampton Chapel Hill, N. C. Blevins, Joe Leonidas Crumpler, N. C. Bond, Gordon Randel Bluefield, West Va. 1150] Class Booker, William Clayton, Jr. Reidsville, N. C. Boone, Dan Hathoway Rocky Mount, N. C. Bowen, James Lawrence Shelby, N. C. Bowling, Arthur Jack Wake Forest, N. C. Bowling, Edward Lee Broadway, N. C. Bowmon, John Alfred Mople Valley, Wash. Boyd, Claud Melvin Grimesland, N. C. Boyd, Daniel Marcus Lincolnton, N. C. Brady, Larry Escar Statesville, N. C. Brady, Jack Alfred Salisbury, N. C. Brame, James Arthur Greensboro, N. C. Braswell, Edward Earl Rocky Mount, N. C. Browley, Joel Vincent, Jr Mooresville, N. C. Bridgers, Jomes Eugene, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Bridgers, Ronald Keith Wilson, N. C. Brock, Edward Roy Forest City, N. C. Brooks, Delbert Ray Fayetteville, N. C. Brown, Billy Roy Lenoir, N. C. Brown, James Lyndon Winston-Salem, N. C. Brown, Kenneth Warren Greensboro, N. C. Browning, Jesse David Wilmington, N. C. Broyhill, George David Mooresville, N. C. Bupck, Hieronymus Clell Franklin, N. C. Bullin, Jerry Wayne High Point, N. C. Bullis, Gary Harvey Burlington, N. C. Bullock, Larry James Williomston, N. C. Bundy, Bobby Franklin Concord, N. C. Burleson, John Earnest Barnesville, N. C. Burnette, Donald Eugene Asheville, N. C. Butler, Charles Tylon Acme, N. C. Buynitsky, Richard Stephen Washington, D. C. Caddell, Bivens Lorry Charlotte 5, N. C. Caison, Cecil Grant Mebane, N. C. Caldwell, James Elam, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Caldwell, Shakespeare Harris, Jr. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Cameron, Leon Edward Cameron, N. C. Campbell, Donald Byron, Jr Edenton, N. C. Capps, Cecil Wyche Raleigh, N. C. Carroll, Wesley Lee Youngsville, N. C. Cossels, Ovid Pendleton, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Cotes, Charles High, Jr Henderson, N. C. Cathey, Thomas Robert Havelock, N. C. Champion, Roy Lunsford Wilson, N. C. Chapman, Robert Eugene, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Cheek, Walter David Burlington, N. C. Carson, Edward Raleigh, N. C. Caudle, Johnny Allen Lenoir, N. C. Charron, Christian Dmb Austin, Tex. Chesson, Roger Temple, Jr. Roper, N. C. Chiles, Robert Mahlon Sanford, N. C. [151] 9Q P pr - j- r -f-J f- ■ " V: - st f::; Q; p Q P o p f .O .lp c . r5 p r P Q f Sophomore 1 V ms. d Clark, Robert Corroll Asheville, N. C. Clement, Richard Noel Lenoir, N. C. Coats, George Herman Clayton, N. C. Coats, John William Hampton, Va. Coburn, Richard Ray Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Cockmon, Arthur Gwynne Conley, Kenneth Evans Conley, William Ray Cooke, Lawrence James, Jr. Coram, Jerry Gorrell Coston, Vernie Richard Cowardin, Robert Lewis Crowder, James U., Jr. Coutouzis, William Emmanuel Cox, James Foster Cox, William Frederic Cronfill, Henry David Crawley, James Rodwell Crayford, Forrest James, Jr. Creed, Wilbur Ray Pittsboro, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Marion, N. C. Elizabethtown, N. C. Eost Bend, N. C. Jacksonville, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Fayetteville, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. Grifton, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Jacksonville, Flo. Miami 32, Flo. Southern Pines, N. C. Crockett, Richard Horace, Jr. Camp Lejeune, N. C. Crockford, William Morrison Charlotte, N. C. Croom, Bobby Harold Zebulon, N. C. Crouch, Olin Kent Charleston, West Va. Crump, Kelly Raygewe Lenoir, N. C. Grumpier, Alton Braxton Goldsboro, N. C. Cude, Edwin Stanton Charlotte, N. C. Culberson, Samuel Franklin Siler City, N. C. Culler, Josie Ellen Boone, N. C. Cullom, Finn Bowen Wilson, N. C. Cullom, Frederick Autry Culp, Ronald Kendall Currie, Thomas Davis Daniels, Charles Edgar Daniels, Phillips William Roanoke Ropids, Badin, Red Springs, Raleigh, Kinston, N. N. N. N. N. C C c c c Daniels, William Henry Daughtridge, George Edward Daughtry, Jimmie Solomon Davenport, Charles Norman Davis, Charles Edward, Jr. Fort Bragg, Rocky Mount, Smithfield, Creswell, Charlotte, N. N. N. N. N. c c c c c Davenport, Cedric Miller, Jr. Davis, Clyde Wilson, Jr. Davis, Fred Mac Davis, Max Ray Davis, Thomas Barry Roper, Pantego, Franklinville, Forest City, Charlotte, N. N. N, N. N. c c c c c Davis, Wordell Johnson, Jr. Dawkins, Donald Martin DeBoard, Charles Lacey DeBruhl, Joe Martin Deans, Stanley Roderick Kinston, Rockingham, Raleioh, Goldsboro, Goldsboro, N. N. N. N. N. c c c c c [152] Class Dellinger, William Martin Charlotfe, N. C. Deitz, Paul Lewis Hickory, N. C. Denning, Bobby Ray Benson, N. C. Downs, Richard Stanley Winston-Salem, N. C. Draughn, Robert Andrew Wilson, N. C. Drum, Gerald Thomas Greenville, N. C. Duke, Richard Tolliver Sonford, N. C. Dunn, James Ashton Efland, N. C. Eades, Douglas Eugene Stanley, N. C. Earley, Garland Audrey Avondale, N. C. Earp, Larry Gordon Charlotte 8, N. C. Edmonds, Rufus Eugene Elkin, N. C. Edwards, Hilton Allen Washington, N. C. Edwards, James Harrison Greensboro, N. C. Ellington, Troy Dean Concord, N. C. Elliott, David Bruce Forest City, N. C. Estridge, William Banks, Jr Asheville, N. C. Evans, William Edward Kinston, N. C. Everitt. Layton John Dover, N. J. Farr, Edward Clark Charlotte, N. C. Forrell, Robert Smith Graham, N. C. Fau ' k nberry, Charles Vannon Lowell, N. C. Faw, Homer Jackson, Jr. Conover, N. C. Felton, James Stanfield Raleigh, N. C. Felton, Turner Ellis Macclesfield, N. C. Ferauson, Lenard Neal Charlotte, N. C. Finkelstoin, David Jonas Lima, Peru. South America Fisher, Benny Franklin Charlotte, N. C. Fisher, Henry Lee, Jr. Mt. Pleasant, N, C. Fisher, James Crowell, Jr. Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Fisher, William Arnold Fisher. William Perry Fitts, Robert Bond Fountain, Donald Ray Francis, Joseph Marshall Frazifr, Leon Parks Frazier, Ralph Lewis Frozier. William Max Frizzell, Clarence Fry, Edmund Franklin Fulton, John David Funderburk, Billy Thomas Gait, William Colguhoun Gardner, Ben Alton, Jr, Garwood, William Ray Gay, Chorles Houston Gibson, Harry Jackson Gilbert, Harold Randolph Giles, Harrison Alexander Gilgo, Horace Paul Durham, N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Conway, N. C. Statesville, N C. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Statesville, N C. Sylva, N. C. Winston-Solem, N. C. Norton, Vo. Monroe, N. C Raleioh, N. C. Ayden, N. C. Cooleemee, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Laurinburg, N. C. Tarboro, N. C. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Oriental, N. C. [153] Q P P p i-: A m -fMid ■c P P P p .(T 9 .p " a n j Sophomore (S f?5 Pi P ' mkdfk IR l-il5i| P Glover, William Brevard Charlotte, N. C. Godfrey, Homer Jerry Charlotte, N. C. Godwin, James Averon, Jr. New Topsail Beach, N. C. Goff, Benjamin Ransom Dunn, N. C. Goodin, Thomas Haywood, Jr. Statesville, N. C. Goodman, John Michael Raleigh, N. C. Goodson, Robert Lee Candler, N. C. Goodwin, Charles Buddy Hiah Point, N. C. Grier, Harry Glenroy, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. Grimmer, Horry Clinton Willard, N. C. Guffey, William Robert Greensboro, N. C. Hager, Simon Brown Stanley, N. C. Hallman, George Wayne, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Hammond, James Gerald Hendersonville, N. C. Harbison, Edgar Neil Maiden, N. C. Hardee, Amos Dolton Greenville, N. C. Haritos, Tasso Hackensack, N. J. Harris, Bob Vernon Morganton, N. C. Harris, Jerry Sanders Washington, N. C. Harris, Thomas Ivey Henderson, N. C. Harris, Vernon LoFayette Tuscaloosa, Ala. Horrod, Keith Raymond Raleigh, N. C. Harwell, Boyce Wayne Newton, N. C. Harvey, James Robert Pacolet, S. C. Hauser, John Reid Advance, N. C. Hay, Thomas Robert, Jr Andrews, N. C. Heafner, John Franklin Cherryville, N. C. Hedgecock, Richard Lee Asheboro, N. C. Heffner, Phillip Arnold Maiden, N. C. Henderson, Leon, Jr Washington, D. C. Hester, Boyce Lee Stanley, N. C. Hewett, James Daniel Shallotte, N. C. Hicks, Montague Hoskins, Jr Raleigh, N. C. Hill, Jerrold Watt High Point, N. C. Hogan, Harvey Theodore, Jr Graham, N. C. Holladay, Robert Hunter Suffolk, Va. Holliday, Deryl Burdon Myrtle Beach, S. C. Holmes, Irwin Richard, Jr. Durham, N. C. Holmes, Roy Elwood, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Horton, Oscar Bobby Roxboro, N. C. Holt, Earl Thomas Salisbury, N. C. Howell, Robert Smith Robbinsville, N. C. Hudgins, Hugh Douglas Fayetteville, N. C. Hudson, James Howard Greenville, N. C. Huggins, Edward Wayne Council, N. C. Hughes, Ernest Wilson New Bern, N. C. Hughes, Hal Elliott Shelby, N. C. Huffman, Daniel Russell Catawba, N. C. Hunt, Thomas Montogue, Jr Durham, N. C. Hutchins, Andrew John Canton, N. C. [154] Class Hutchins, Roy Austin Gastonia, N. C. Inman, Billy Eugene Pilot Mountain, N. C. Jackson, George Grady, Jr. Elm City, N. C. James, Steve Clifton Mayodan, N. C. Jenkins, John Martin Greensboro, N. C. Johnson, Dan Cary Rocky Mount, N. C. Johnson, James Hubert N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Johnson, Samuel Arnold Jamesville, N. C. Jones, Clifton Patrick Kinston, N. C. Jones, James Frederick Scotland Neck, N. C. Jones, Joseph Siceloff Newton, N. C. Jones, Malcolm David Laurinburg, N. C. Kahl, William Bailey Reisterstown, Md. Keaton, Phil Newman Winston-Salem, N. C. Keever, Robert Cebe Pineville, N. C. Kelly, Virgil Leonidas Baileysville, W. Va. Kiger, Bobby Gray Walkertown, N. C. Kiger, Herman Monroe, Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. Kirk, William Franklin East Bend, N. C. Kirkley, John Marshall Charlotte, N. C. Kirkman, Charles Gordon Elon College, N. C. Kitchin, Lawton Ward, Jr Maxton, N. C. Klutz, Johnny Sullivan Hickory, N. C. Klutz, Larry Elmo Boone, N. C. Koonce, Lacy Herman, Jr Raeford, N. C. Konkle, Theodore Phineas High Point, N. C. Kornegay, Bobby Rex Goldsboro, N. C. Koszewski, Stephen Stanislaus, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Kratt, Theodore John Matthews, N. C. Krimminger, Thomas Wayne Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Kropp, William John Fort Smith, Ark. Langdon, Lacy Fleming Angier, N. C. Lambert, Ray Allen Winston-Salem, N. C. Lambright, Charles Mohun Asheville, N. C. Langston, George Dallas, Jr. Goldsboro, N. C. Lanier, James Avon . Bunnlevel, N. C. Lavitt, Leonard E Flushing, N. Y. Law, William Sibley, II Fayetteville, N. C. Lee, Robert Barlow Laurinburg, N. C. Lemons, Benjamin Elias Winston-Salem, N. C. Lemons, Richard Kenneth Draper, N. C. Lewis, Philip Leslie Wilmington, N. C. Lilly, Thomas Frederick Burlington, N. C. Little, Robert Dick Ross Wodesboro, N. C. Livengood, Charles Sidney Salisbury, N. C. Lloyd, Charles Edward Charlotte, N. C. Loftin, Robert Jones Raleigh, N. C. Long, Richard Bruce Winston-Salem, N. C. Long, Zebulon Vance Chattanooga, Tenn. Lowery, Edwin Lawrence, Jr. Wingate, N. C. [155] o I-. J fi, iirt» . ' c ' ■ ' |e ' = ' -Vt p P a p p VtmmyMk i ' t Sophomore Luther, Robert Willard, Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. Lyerly, Harvey Dick Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Lyon, Thomas Henry Durham, N. C. McBrayer, Robert Douglas Forest City, N. C. McBroom, John Barclay, Jr Asheville, N. C. McDonald, Christopher Richard McGohey, John Alan Mclntyre, Johnny Albert McLeod, Ingram Blair, Jr. McLeod, John Edgar West End, N. C. High Point, N. C. Robbins, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Lexington, N. C. McLaurine, William Monroe, III McNeely, Ralph Donald McNeill, John Hugh McPherson, Thomas Michael McPherson, Victor Wynne Burlington, N. C. Drexel, N. C. Red Springs, N. C. Durham, N. C. High Point, N. C. Mann, Edmund Spencer, Jr. Washington, N. C. Marley, William Howard Southern Pines, N. C. Massey, Murray Franklyn Jamestown, N. C. Massey, William Marcus, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Mast, William Howard Rominger, N. C. Marlow, Kenneth Larry Kannapolis, N. C. Martin, Roy Hoyt, Jr. Hendersonville, N. C. Martin, Robert Eugene Hildebran, N. C. Martin, Sammie Lester Statesville, N. C. Mauldin, Hugh Edgar, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. Matthews, Vassor Cameron, Jr. Thomasville, N. C. Mauney, James William Lincolnton, N. C. May, Vester Jeff Andrews, N. C. Mayo, Gilbert Word Aurora, N. C. Meeks, Frederick Tibbett Wadesboro, N. C. Meeks, Olin Jackson Leaksville, N. C. Merricks, James Allen Reidsville, N. C. Mettrey, William W., Jr Raleigh, N. C. Miller, Charles Herbert Raleigh, N. C. Miller, Gary Dennis Albemarle, N. C. Miller, John Aubrey Statesville, N. C. Miller, William Spencer Clemmons, N. C. Moore, James Godwin Rocky Mount, N. C. Moore, James Reid Catawba, N. C. M oore, Maurice Charles Fayetteville, N. C. Moore, Paul Merritt Moore, Sidney Clyburn, Jr. Moore, William Davis Moreno, Thomas Christopher Morris, Shelby Jackson Morrison, Malcolm Brown Morton, James Riley Motley, John Melvin Moyle, Hal Eugene Mozingo, Wilbur Earl, Jr. Southport, N. C. Durham, N. C. Hillsboro, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Raeford, N. C. Rowland, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Burlington, N. C. Concord, N. C. Kinston, N. C. [156] Class Mull, William Hermon Mullis, Elbert Stanley Murdaugh, William Henry, Jr. Murphy, James David . . Mutton, James Orval Asheville, N. How River, N. Southport, N. Leaksville, N. Asheville, N. C. C. C. C. C. Narron, Billy Franklin Nash, John Lee Neal, Cecil Leon, Jr. Neol, Jomes Lewis Neese, John Carroll Neighbors, Joseph Donwell Nester, William Carlton Newman, Rudolph Mitchell Noble, ChappelJ Nesbitt Northington, James Atwood Kenly, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Caroleen, N. C. Providence, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Benson, N. C. Gladys, Vo. Henderson, N. C. Fairview, N. C. Brodnax, Va. Norton, Jerry Lee Wilmington, N. C. O ' Dowd, Richard Clyde Kinston, N. C. Olson, Robert Linwood Charlotte, N. C. O ' Quinn, William Lewis Lumberton, N. C. Overcash, Arbon Wayne Solisbury, N. C. Owen, Gordon Norman, Jr. Aruba, Netherlands, West Indies ■pace, Carl Christopher Tryon, N. C. Padgett, Roger Clement Spindale, N. C. Page, William Winship Henderson, N. C. Parker, David Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Parrish, George Cooper Louisburg, N. C. Parton, Randy Gene Cramerton, N. C. Pearce, Robert Gaston, Jr. Henderson, N. C. Pennell, Roland Jerry Warwick, Vo. Peterson, Paul David Leaksville, N. C. Petty, Robert Harris Pickett, Alfred Thomas Pittman, Arnold Sherwood Pittman, Rodney Lee Pivin, John Oscar Moncure, N. C. Mebane, N. C. Selmo, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. Bristol, R. I. Poe, Richard Van Poindexter, Vernon Clayton Poinsett, Ronald Wilson, Jr. Pond, Larry Edward Pons, Thomas Jenkins Pope, Max L Porth, William Robert Price, Franklin Roosevelt Pridgen, James Pinckney Prim, James William Siler City, N. C. East Bend, N. C. Lawrenceville, N. J. Davis, N. C. Voldese, N. C. Garner, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Tarboro, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Southern Pines, N. C. Prince, Billie Adams Provo, Donald Lee Pruitt, Franklin Reid Pryor, James Willard Puett, Bobby Eugene Fayetteville, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Ruffin, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Morganton, N. C. [157 ] ' ' " fe f •Jl Sophomore It Putnam, Billy Roger Raleigh, N. C. Quick, Lee Tanya Wilson, N. C. Ramsey, Edgar Lee, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. Rankin, William M. Winston-Salem, N. C. Rawls, Elton Randolph Williomston, N. C. Ray, W. Nick, Jr Durham, N. C. Redden, Forrest Richard, Jr. Clemmons, N. C. Redwine, David Ruffin Lexington, N. C. Redwine, Philips Ogden Badin, N. C. Reeves, Carl Arthur, Jr Marshall, N. C. Reinhardt, Heath Franklin Stanley, N. C. Rettinger, James Robert Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Rich, Carl Vann Castalia, N. C. Richardson, Charles Allen Rockingham, N. C. Riddick, Joe Lanier, Jr. Scotland Neck, N. C. Ridge, Paul Benjamin High Point, N. C. Robarge, Ronald William Winston-Salem, N. C. Roberts, John Mason Hillsboro, N. C. Rochelle, Neil Edward Durham, N. C. Rose, Herbert Chorles, Jr. Lumberton, N. C. Roseman, Clarence Edgor, Jr. Hickory, N. C. Rountree, James Oliver Ahoskie, N. C. Rouse, Fronklin Arthur Kinston, N. C. Rowe, Daniel Guy, III Hickory, N. C. Rudisill, George Albert Charlotte, N. C. Salisbury, Robert Earl Beaufort, N. C. Samples, James Lewis Hickory, N. C. Samuels, James Donald High Point, N. C. Sanford, Claude William, Jr Laurinburg, N. C. Saunders, James Calvin Rockingham, N. C. Schaub, Sandra Apex, N. C. Scott, David Burgess Denton, N. C. Seagraves, Harold O ' Neil Concord, N. C. Sechler, William Rolph, Jr Newton, N. C. Sears, James Matthew Vorina, N. C. Setzer, George Edward High Point, N. C. Sevier, James M. Asheville, N. C. Sexton, Jimmy Allen Lansing, N. C. Shorpe, William Norman Chapel Hill, N. C. Shearin, Edwin Arthur Windsor, Conn. Shearon, Hubert Raines, Jr. Varina, N. C. Shi, Samuel Robert, III Gastonia, N. C. Shillinglaw, Robert Tracy Asheville, N. C. Sigmon, Harvey William Brevard, N. C. Simmons, Clyde Edward Gastonia, N. C. Simpson, James Dudley, III Raleigh, N. C. Singletary, William Warren, Jr. Rowland, N. C. Shipp, Clarence Fowler, Jr. Clinton, N. C. Skiredj, Othman Ferme Gondein, Par Tadujdate, Morocco Sloop, Croven Monroe, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. [158] Class Smith, Alfred Green Kinston, N. C. Smith, Howard Wode High Point, N. C. Smith, Jerry Alon Lenoir, N. C. Smith, Lorry Baxter Marshville, N. C. Smith, Larry Eugene Fayettevile, N. C. Smith, Max Gale Winston-Saiem, N. C. Smith, Thomas Edwin, Jr Sanford, N. C. Smith, Tillman Byrd Fuquay Springs, N. C. Smith, Woodley Kendall Deep Run, N. C. Sorrell, F. Yates Wadesboro, N. C. Speight, Edwin Parker Sunbury, N. C. Stoinback, William Carey Youngsville, N. C. Stadler, Thomas Richard Elon College, N. C. Stalcup, William Eugene Brasstown, N. C. Stanford, Gary Lloyd Sylvo, N. C. Stanton, Charles Lewis Greensboro, N. C. Stephenson, James Caldonion Raleigh, N. C. Stephens, James Albert Raleigh, N. C. Stevens, Larry Winston-Salem, N. C. Stevens, William Earl Raleigh, N. C. Stewart, James Eugene Clemmons, N. C. Stroupe, Michael Albert Bessemer City, N. C. Sugg, Ben M., Jr Kinston, N. C. Sumner, Paul Jerry Randleman, N. C. Sutton, Henry Dewey, Jr. Kinston, N. C. Tolbert, Stephen Delynn Spray, N. C. Talbott, Graham Merriett Wallace, N. C. Tort, William Golden, Jr Benson, N. C. Taylor, Larry Joe Denton, N. C. Taylor, Ronald Sherrill Charlotte, N. C. Taylor, Walter Glenn Lenior, N. C. Templeton, Frank Graham, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Terry, Roger Vernon, Jr. Warwick, Va. Thomos, Grady Eugene Landis, N. C. Thomas, Johnie Darrell Sanford, N. C. Thompson, Melvin Gerald Elkin, N. C. Todd, William Darlington, Jr Gastonia, N. C. Tolen, Robert Curtis Asheboro, N. C. Tosto, Edgor Paul Sea Level, N. C. Trivett, William Walter Vilas, N. C. Trotter, Donald Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Troutman, John William Statesville, N. C. Troutman, William Harvey Concord, N. C. Tucker, Alvin Howard Hickory, N. C. Turbeville, Robert Earl Bridgeton, N. C. Turner, Charles David Fayetteville, N. C. Turner, Jock Boyd Old Fort, N. C. Turner, Wilbur Harrell Elizabeth City, N. C. Tuttle, Bobby Warren Raleigh, N. C. Underwood, Edgar Myron, III Sanford, N. C. [159] t-l ITS d c: r f r — 1 ju . •a «■ .. ,- .(?3 O ' D .p Sophomores Ussery, Robert Lloyd Rockingham, N. C. Voughan, Dexter Coleman Hortsville, S. C. Wait, Keppel Duane Asheville, N. C. Walker, Glen Edward Morgonton, N. C. Walker, James Franklin Burlington, N. C. Walker, Raymond Harley Sparta, N. C. Walker, Robert Henry Walker, William Earl Wallace, Hoyt Albert Wallace, James Madison, Waters, Richard Moody Yanceyville, N. Rocky Mount, N. Newport, N. Jr. Dunn, N. Waters, Robert Warren Roanoke Rapids, N. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. c. c. c. c. c. Watson, Horry Lee Watson, James Elwyn, Jr. Watson, James Felton, Jr. Watts, Glenn Brawley, Jr. Ward, James Oskev Weant, Marvin Eugene Weaver, Jack Carroll Weaver, James Paul Webb, Walter Hoyle Webber, Robert Clinton Whileville, N. C. Red Springs, N. C. Kenly, N. C. Huntersville, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. Rockwell, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. " Shelby, N. C. Olivia, N. C. Webster, John Alvis Weeks, Joseph Terence Welch, John Tunstall, Jr. Welch, Osmon Kenneth Wells, David Rudolph West, Bruce Lee Whaley, Edward Kendall Whicker, Gaines Lorraine Whisnant, James Edward White, Claud Edwin Whitesides, Grier Elliott Wilkie, Jock Edward Williams, Ellis Stuart Williams, Jomes Speed Willis, Ronald Lee Graham, N. C. Tarboro, N. C. Oxford, N. C. High Point, N. C. Garner, N. C. Mebone, N. Richlands, N. Kannopolis, N. Morgonton, N. Shelby, N. Lincolnton, N. C. Valdese, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. Durham, N. C. Spray, N. C. Wilson, Donald Paul Shelby, N. Wilson, George Conrad Charlotte, N. Wilson, William Theodore Windsor, N. Winkler, Billy McCoy Granite Falls, N. Witzke, Christian Heinrich, III Wilson, N. Wobbleton, Bill Reuben Wolfe, Stephen Paxton Wood, Stocey Allen Wood, James McConnell Woodard, Robert Earl Woody, Frank Selwyn Williomston, N. C. Jomesville, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Falls Church, Va. Princeton, N. C. Leaksville, N. C. Woppman, Richard Alan Charlotte, N. C. Wroy, Stough A.., Jr. Shelby, N. C. Wright, Julian Hugh Roeford, N. C. Wright, Walton Rerd North Wilkesboro, N. C. Yorborough, Philip Pershing Lexington, N. C. Yopp, James D. Wi ' mington, N. C. Freshmen Abe, Fujio Albemarle, N. C. Abernathy, Ralph Garland Castonia, N. C. Abernethy, Ralph Lane, )r. Lincolnton, N. C. Adams, Andy Albert Charlotte, N. C. Adams, Salathiel Liell, III Rowland, N. C. Adcock, Shelton Young Henderson, N. C. Agin, Michael )ay Forest Hills, N. Y. Airey, George William Orlando, Fla. Alford, James Lewis Whitakers, N. C. Allen, Charles Raymond Goldsboro, N, C, Allen, Harold Spencer Forest City, N. C, Allen, Melvin Lee Ramseur, N, C, Allen, Norman Samuel Graham, N. C. Allred, Johnny William Elon College, N. C. Amburn, Roy . Ashland, Va. Anderson, Gerald Von. [r. Owensboro, Ky, Annas, Samuel Leon Hudson, N. C. Armstrong, Charlie Henry Warsaw, N. C. Armstrong, Robert Powell Bladenboro, N. C. Arnold, Jerry Frank Spruce Pine, N. C. Arro ' wood, Roy Mitchell Castonia, N. C. Arthur, James Harrison, Jr. Mt. Holly, N. C, Arthurs, David Franklin Mooresville, N. C. Atkinson, Marion Wayne Elizabethtown, N. C. Badger, John Milton West Jetterson, N. C, Baker, Charles Nelson Henderson, N. C. Baker, Neil Duncan Rowland. N. C. Baker. Robert Homer, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. Baker, Warren David Dallas. N. C. Ball, David Graham, Jr Raleigh. N. C. Bales, Eldridge Theodore Raleigh, N, C, Bales, Nathan Kinney High Point, N. C. Baldwin, Von McLoyd Durham. N. C. Ball, Frederick Louis Raleigh, N. C, Ballard, Donald Lee Kernersville, N. C. Ballenger, Edward Broadus Cliffside, N. C. Bannerman, William Haywood Carolina Beach. N. C. Barbour, William Alonzo Benson, N. C. Barecift, William Eddy Charlotte, N. C. Barker, Bennie Lee Warrensville. N. C. Barker, William Washington, III Wilson, N. C. Barnes, David Cranford. Jr. Lenoir. N. C. Barnes, Elliott Burton, Jr. Corapeake, N. C. Barnes. Lawrence Duke Atlanta. Ca, Barnes. Roy Russell Battleboro. N. C. Barnhill, Alton James Bunnlevel, N. C. Barr, Russell Wilson, Jr. West Jefferson, N. C. Barringer, Barry Sinclair Newton, N. C. Barringer. George Luther Rockwell, N. C, Barringer, Larry Erwin Hickory, N. C. Baucom, William Byrd Raleigh, N. C. Baxter. Edward Joseph, Jr. Greensboro. N. C. Beard. Hoyt Sturdivant Pittsboro. N. C. Beck, Jerry Brock Greensboro, N. C. Bennett, Bobby Gene Glen Alpine, N. C. Bennett. George Ratliff Raleigh, N. C. Bennett. Joseph Thomas Marshville, N, C, Bernhardt, David Wayne China Grove, N. C. Berry, Bobby Mac Burlington, N. C. Bethune, Richard Fulton Raleigh, N. C. Biggerstatf, William Thomas Shelby, N. C Black, Mary Elizabeth High Point, N. C. Blake, James Gordon, III Wallace, N. C. Blanchard, Robert Brooks Wallace, N. C. Bland, David Horton Charlotte, N. C. Blankenship, Robert Vann Charlotte, N. C. Boatwright, Grimes Albert Charlotte, N. C. Bodie, James Fredrick Thomasville, N. C. Boles, Hermon Eugene Winston-Salem, N. C. Bondurant, William Edward Mount Airy, N. C. dk li iffe 1 . p .P p U T iT; .r 1 .w , t " r V " . " i ' (1611 r r w ?--- ' --. 7 ¥ T y " |- 1 V ., , - P f? ;| P f it P P PT ' T Freshman Bardeaux. Larry Dawson . Bostian, Max Elmo Bowen. Lonnie Norwood Bowling, R:chard Hausber Bowman, Patricia Lynn Braccy. Carstairs Hendrick Braccy, Lucius HazelUne Ingold, N. C. China Crove, N. C. Lumberton. N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Morganton, N, C. South Hill, Va. South Hill. Va. Bradley. William Benson Black Mountain Branch. Robert Bailey Rtch Square Brannock. William Eugene Reidsville Sreedlove. Joseph Gilbert Bryson City Brickhouse. William Howard Raleigh Br.ntnall. William Earle Bryson City Srittain. Wayne Michael Morganton Britton. Walter Martin Lasker Brock. Larry Michael Raleigh Brooks, FranciS Arthur, III Greensboro Brooks, Tommy George Wallace Brotherton, Robert Kaylor Sherrill ' s Ford Brown, Charles Alexander Cleveland Blown, Henry Alfred -. Apex Brown. Wilson Henry Winston-Salem Browning. 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Sessoms, William Rhea, |r Colerain, N. C. Sequeira, Avilino, )r. . Huddv, Kv. Shannon, Charles Richard, |r. Laurinburg, N, C. Shaw, Robert Frank Fayetteville, N. C. Shelby. Stephen Long Hickory, N, C. Shepherd. Roger Carroll Greensboro, N. C. Sher. Horace Joel Durham. N. C. Sherrill, Robert Taylor Mooresville. N. C. Shields. Ronald Cray Winston Salem, N. C Shinn, Thomas Sadler. )r. Asheville. N. C. Shoemaker, George Gary Fort Bragg. N. C. Shoffner. Joe Egbert Alamance, N. C. Short. Timothy Henson High Point. N. C. Short. William Thomas Henderson, N. C. Shuford, Maurice James Bamardsville, N. C. Sigman, New Alan . Hickory, N. C. Simmons, Preston Eugene Troy, N. C. Sinclair. James Hinton Rowland, N, C. Singleton. John Graham Washington. N. C. Simpson. Robert William Raeford. N. C. Simpson. Taliafe rro Strother Charlotte. N. C. Small. Danny New York, N. Y. Smith, Charles Durwood Greenville, N. C. Smith, Charles Waverly Rocky Mount, N. C. Smith, Danny Cold . - Raleigh, N. C. Smith, Edward Russell Kinston, N. C. Smith, Frank Houston, )r Raleigh, N. C. Smith, Glendon Carlyle Kannapolis, N. C Smith, Henry Leroy Whiteville, N. C. Smith, lohnny Barto Eustis, Fla. Smith, Reuben T.. Jr. Asheboro, N. C. Smith. Robert Edward Fayetteville, N. C. Smith, Robert Jones Asheville, N. C. Smith. Ronald Aden Castonia. N. C. Smith. Ronald Ellis Rocky Mount. N. C. Smith, William Alfred Asheville, N. C. Smitherman. James Samuel. Jr. Troy. N. C. Smoak, William S. — - Durham, N. C. D f! , P P 6 O O p C: f p» O i drMJ h r ' cn jfli P fJS ' W! ' I n p p p a r. |PFP P ' P j ' Q- P P p r p Freshman Snipes, lulian Brooks Pittiboro. N. C. Snyder, Barbara Louise Charlotte, N. C. Somers, William Frank Morganton, N. C. Spence. James Thornwell Greensboro, N. C. Spence. Robert Lee Elizabeth City, N, C. Spencer, Charles Edward Raleigh, N, C. Spencer. Clifford Edward Newton, N, C. Spencer. Donald Lewis Trinity, N. C. Spencer, William Lewis, |r. Castonia, N. C. Spradley, Charles Benjamin Whiteville, N. C. Sproles, Charles Albert Balfour. N. C. Stafford, Donald Bennett Kernersville, N. C. Stallings, Kenneth Cordon Wilson, N, C, Stanford, Charles Herbert, Jr. Liberty, N. C, Stanford, William R. Liberty, N. C, Starnes, Milton Stover Hudson, N. C. Stephenson, Corham Brady High Point, N. C, Stevens, |erry Hughes Raleigh, N. C. Stewart, David Ronald Asheville, N. C. Stewart, lames Carl Charlotte. N. C. Stewart, John Gilliam Castonia, N. C. Stiles, Richard Ivlack Charlotte, N, C, Stone, Charles Arnold Kernersville, N, C, Stone, James Kenneth Charlotte, N. C. Stone, Larry Mitchell Sanford, N. C. Stout, Thomas Calvin Hi=h Point, N. C. Sullivan, Bryan Edwin Bath, N. C, Sutton, lames Alton, )r. Thomasville, N. C, Taborn, Robert Lewis Greensboro, N. C. Tanner, L, Aretwine Jacksonville, N, C. Taylor, |ames Anthony Tarboro, N, C, Taylor. |immy Alton Williamston. N. C. Taylor, William Hampton Yadkinville, N. C. Tchouros, Constantinos Bill Wilmington, N, C. Teague, Robert M. Greensboro, N. C, Temple, Ralph Berlyn Newport, N. C, Thames, Brown David Raleigh, N. C. Tharpe, Otto David, |r, Statesville, N. C. Thomas, Allen Briggs Greensboro, N. C. Thomas, Max Graydon Sanford, N. C. Thomas, Ronald Coleman Welcome. N. C. Thompson, Harry Miller Cary, N. C, Thornes, Kenneth Mack Raleigh, N. C. Thornton, William Edgar, |r. Kinston, N, C, Threatt, Oscar |ohn. III Colonial Heights, Va. Tilley, George Needham, jr. Durham, N. C. Tilley, |ohn Douglas High Point, N. C. Tomlinson, William Burnett Richmond, Va. Tourtellot, Chester Robert Charlotte, N. C, Towe, Cordon Keith Asheville, N. C. Troutman, |ohn William Statesville, N, C. Tucker, Richard Lyon Greensboro, N, C. Tucker, William Carr Townsville, N. C. Turner, Douglas Harry Rosehill, N. C Turner, Robert Cecil Greensboro, N. C. Turpin, Robert Garner Newport. N. C. Tyler, Warren Randolph Raleigh, N. C. Tysinger, |ames Edwin Franklin, N. C. Upchurch, Lewis Marvin Raeford, N. C. Vail, lames Thomas Spencer, N, C. Vann, Clifton Benjamen Wilmington, N. C. Vann, Thomas Phillips Southern Pines, N. C. VanVoorhis, Bruce Boone, N, C. Vaughn, Charles Richard Mt. Airy. N. C. Veasey. Percy Linwood Durham. N. C. VonCannon, Luther Paul, |r. Garland, N, C. Wagoner, Wayne Samuel Gold Hill, N. C. Walsh, Paul Eugene, |r. Castonia, N. C, Walker, |efferson Hiden, |r. Warwick, Va. Wallace, Larry Wayne Roanoke Rapids, N. C, Waltz, William Reid Charlotte, N. C, Warren, Bobby Wade Wake Forest, N, C. Warren. Howard Daniel Asheville. N. C. Waters, James Luther, Jr. Washington, N. C, Waters, |ohn Charles Forest City, N. C Waters, William Dixon, |r. Rocky Mount, N. C. Watson, Kenny Russell Mount Airy. N, C. Class Weaver, James Bruce Weaver, Royall Worth, Jr. Webb, James Thomas Webb, Wilham Frank Webster, Shelby Jean Weidler, Raymond RIcedorf Raleigh. Coldsboro, Wadesboro, Candler, Madison, Whisenant, Richard Duke Whitaker, Thomas Burton Whitaker, Wilson Willis White, Donald Milton While, Ormond Carol Whitehurst, Hilton David Whiteside, Daniel Lee Whitley, David Baker Wilder. John Welles, Jr. Wilfong. Harvey Linn Williams. Hartsell Franklin Williams, Howard Eugene Williams, James Franklin Williams, James Robert Williams. Jerry Otway Winston-Salem, N, Maiden, N. Williams, Lewis Arnold Williams, Milton Guy. Jr. Williams. Phillip Russell Williams, Thomas Harold, Williams, Vaughn McKay Williams, Walter Bruce Raleigh, N. C. South Hill, Va, Greensboro, N. C. Windsor. N. C, Portsmouth, Va, Huntsville, Tex. Washington, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Hickory, N. C. Morganton. N. C. Durham. N. C. Lexington. N. C. China Grove, N. C. Alcoa, Tenn. Charlotte, N. C. Kinston. N. C. Fayetteville, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Madison, N. C Raleigh, N. C. Wilson. Harold Dickinson Raleigh, N. C. Wilson, Jimmie Rupert Hendersonville, N. C. Wilson, Robert Eugene Lawndale, N. C. Windley, William Thomas Raleigh, N. C. Winstead, Harry Wharton, Jr. Woodsdale N. C. Witherspoon, David Harlan Rutherford College, N. C. Wood, Elliott Sherrill, Jr. Greensboro. N. C. Word. Leonard Michael Greensboro, N. C. Wright, Edgar Evans, Jr. Bessemer City, N. C. Wrightenberry, Jerry Oliver Burlington, N. C. York, James Wesley. Jr. Raleigh. N. C. Yorke, Charles Alvin Concord, N. C, Young, Nelson Worsham Reidsville, N. C, Yount, Robert Keith Conover, N. C. . r fn ' frv ' -n 7? ffl c i. kA .i i i Vk [171] DEAN R. |. PRESTON 1172] To keep pace with the rapid development of forestry and the wood-using industries in the South, the School of Forestry has expanded its program and facilities. Under-groduate pro- grams train students for careers in Forest Management, Wood Technology, Pulp and Paper Technology and Wood Products Merchandising. Graduate programs lead to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The classrooms and laboratories in Kilgore Hall, the three permanent camps, and 80,000 acres of School Forests, the Wood Products Laboratory, and the new Pulp and Paper Loborotory provided exceptional facilities for education and research. [173] The Pinetum The Pinetum is the annual publication of the School oi ' Forestry. From a smoll beginning in 1930 it has grown ' o o size of over TOO pages. In the Pinetum are recorded the events and activities toking place in the School of Forestry throughout the OFFICERS Thecdore 0. Hilbourne Editor Kenneth 0. Summerville Business Manager year. A section of the bock is set aside for alumni news and letters. The Pinetum is distributed to all forestry students, other forestry schools, advertisers, and alumni. Xi Sigma Pi Fortin Franklin Grady Hilbourne McNatt Owens Stonecypher Sturgill Tabor Torrence Walker White Xi Sigma Pi is a national honor fraternity whose purpose is the recognition and pro- motion of leadership, scholarship, and interest in the profession of forestry. Each year, the organization honors the outstanding freshman and senior in the School of Forestry. The fraternity sponsors annual public lectures by nationally known indi- viduals working in forestry or in allied professions. OFFICERS Edward Borden Forester Robert Grady Associate Forester David White Secretary and Fiscal Agent Theodore Hilbourne Ranger Dr. R. C. Bryant Adviser [174] Forestry Club The State College Forestry Club holds weekly meetings during the school year for the purpose of promoting better relationships between students and members of the faculty. Educational and recreational programs are presented at these meetings. An annual " Rolleo, " held at Hill Forest, is sponsored by the club. At the " Rolleo " teoms from each class compete in volleyboll, log bucking, horseshoe pitching. tobacco spitting and various other types of competition. The outstanding social event of the year is the " Logger ' s Brawl. " Publication of the Pineti im, the Forestry School annual, is sponsored by the club and distributed to forestry students ond alumni. The club olso publishes Slabs and tdgings bi-monthly poper containing articles and news of particular interest to forestry students. OFFICERS Wilson M. Alexander Chris Tabor President Secretary Al Donegan Charles R. Grady Vice-President Treasurer ROAD CANC [175] Graduates WILLIAM C. CARNES, JR. PAUL NORMAN HINZ JULIUS M.MIKOLAITIES EDWARD J. SPYHALSKI HAMLET, N. C, TARENTUM, PA. LAWRENCE, MASS. RALEIGH, N. c. Wildlife Conservation and Wood Technology Wildlife Conservation and Entomology Management Management VITO ANTHONY CILIBERTI OLIVE BRIDGE, N, Y. 0. B. HUTCHINSON BEAUMONT, TEX. JAMES PATTON ROBERTS Pulp and Paper Technology NORMAN R. CONOVER Forestry RALEIGH, N. C. Forest Management LLOYD WESLEY SWIFT, JR ARLINGTON, VA. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, N. J. Wildlife Conservation and Management HENRY G. LOVIN, JR. GARY, N. C. Forestry MAHMOUD H. SALEM CAIRO, EGYPT Forestry Forestry ALVA HOWARD HARRIS BELHAVEN, N C EDWARD GORDON McCOY EDWARD RAY SMITH Wildlife Conservation and SNOW HILL, N. C. RALEIGH, N. G. YUNG-HUANLIN Management Wildlife Management Forestry I ' oreslry F C C ) f -- ' rat % . • 1 SALIH ABDULMALIK ANA, IRAQ Forest Management WILSON McK. ALEXANDER MT. CILEAD, N. C. Forest Management Forestry Club. President 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 3 ROBERT SABIE ALLEN FOREST CITY. N C Forest Management Alpha Phi Omega. ARTHUR C. AMBLER, JR. ASHEVILLE. N C Pulp and Paper Technology Forest Products Research Society 1 . 2, 3; Swimming Manager 1, 2 EDWARD WATSON BARDEN AMELIA. VA Wood Technology Sigma Pi 3, 4; Forestry Club 1 . 2, 3, 4. President 3; FPR5; Vetville Council WAYNE SETZER BARLOW LENOIR, N C Pulp and Paper Technology ALBERT Q. BELL, JR. MANTEO. N C Wildlife Conservation and Management WILLIAM ALVIN BLALOCK RALEICH, N C Forest Management RONALD ALAN BROWN GREENSBORO, N C Forest Management FarmHouse; Forestry Club, Program Chairman 3. HERSCHEL HERRIN CABE SYLVA, N C Pulp and Paper Technology Forestry Club NEPHEW KING CLARK, JR. SAVANNAH, CA Forest Management Forestry Club ARTHUR G. COLLIER, JR. BLADENBORO, N. C. Forestry Intramurals, Swimming, Bowling, Soft- ball, Basketball, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors i958 1177] DAVID H. DILLARD, JR. SYLVA, N. C. Pulp and Paper Technology THOMAS A. EAKINS IVANHOE, N C Forest Management Forestry Club. ERNEST CALVIN FRANKLIN LYNCHBURG, VA Pulp and Paper Technology Sigma Pi. CHARLES ROBERT GRADY BURLINGTON, N. C Forest Management Sigma Pi; Associate Forester 4; For- estry Club, Treasurer 3, 4. ALFRED W. DONEGAN WASHINGTON, D, C. Forest Management Forestry Club; Intramurals. THEODORE W. EARLE, JR. SAVANNAH, GA Forest Management Forestry Club. HAMP ERWIN MORCANTON, N, C. Forest Management JOHN B. FORTIN, JR. DECATUR, CA. Forest Management Phi Eta Sigma I ; Sigma Pi 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Forestry Club I, 2, 3, 4; Army ROTC Drill Team 1. 2, 3, 4, Exec. 3, Commander 4. PHILLIP DEAN GLASS CARLISLE, OHIO Forest Management Forestry Club; Westminster Fellow- ship. JOHN C. GOODMAN RALEIGH, N C Wood Products Merchandising Pi Kappa Alpha. A. EARL HAUGHT, JR. FOLLANBEE, K VA, Forestry THOMAS L HAYWORTH HIGH POINT. N C Wood Products Merchandising FarmHouse; Furniture Club 1 ; Forestry Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; For- est Products Research Society 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Monogram Club Secretary 4; Tucker Dorm Vice-Presi- dent 4, Assistant Floor Manager 3, Floor Manager 4; Baseball I ; Cross Country 1, 3, 4; Track 2. [178] THEODORE 0. HILBOURN OAKLAND. CALIF. Forest Management Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Pi, Ranger 4; Forestry Club, Vice-President ?; Pine- tum. Editor 4. CHARLES CROSS HILLS GEORGETOWN. S, C, Forest Management Forestry Club 3. 4. TED S. KOENIG PAMPA. TEX Forest Management Forestry Club DONALD A. MIKETA BADEN, PA Wildlife Conservation and Management Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Monogram Club, Wildlife Ckib HAROLD WAYNE MILLS WAYNESVILLE, N C, Pulp and Paper Technology Pulp and Paper Foundation Scholarship WILLIAM EVERETT NEAL STOKESDALE, N C Wildlife Conservation and Management Leopold Wildlife Club RAYMOND D. NELSON NEW BERN, N C Wildlife Conservation and Management Tau Alpha Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student; Cadet Maior ROTC; Wildlife Club, CHARLES N. O ' QUINN LUMBERTON, N C Wood Products Merchandising Phi Eta Sigma; Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball; Student Govern- ment Representative 3. 4, Maior Army ROTC; Commission Chairman; Wesley Foundation 2, 3; FPRS 3, President 4; Vice-President Wesley House 4; Fi- nance Committee 3; Rules Commit- tee 4. JAMES W. PULLIAM, JR. HENDERSON, N C Wildlife Conservation and Management Basketball 1 ALBERT JONES RHODES, JR. BREVARD, N C Pulp and Paper Technology Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4, CLYDE CROSBY RICE ASHEVILLE, N, C, Forest Management Forestry Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Society of American Foresters. GEORGE E. J. SAWYER, JR. MURRAY HILL, N ). Forest Management Paul Smith ' s College 1,2; Band 3, 4, Forestry Club 3, 4, Seniors i958 [179] [180] Seniors ROBERT CURTIS SIMMONS WHITEVILLE, N C Forest Management JAMES WOODROW SPANN TRENTON. N. C. X ' ildlile Conservation and Management Leopold Wildlife Club, Tau Alpha Sigma. KENNETH 0. SUMMERVILLE CHARLOTTE, N C Forest Management FarmHouse, Sergeant-of-Arms 1 ; Pine- tum, Business Manager; Westminster Fellowship. Treasurer 4 DONALD MORRIS SUTTON CHARLOTTE. N C Wildlife Conservation and Management Tau Alpha Sigma; Leopold Wildlife Club. President. JACOB J. THIGPEN, JR. DUDLEY. N C Pulp and Paper Technology DONALD M. THOMPSON GASTON I A. N C Forest Management Scabbard and Blade; Arnold Air So- ciety; Forestry Club; Society of Amer- ican Foresters; AFROTC Drill Team 2, 3. Color Guard 2, 3, Croup Com- mander, Cadet Lt Col AFROTC 4. ERICH CARL THORP VERONA, N I Forest Management Track 3, 4; Forestry Club MARION T. TILGHMAN WELDON, N C Forestry Forestry Club DAVID L. TORRENCE SALISBURY, N C Forest Management Forestry Club; Sigma Pi CHARLES WARNER TWEED ASHEVILLE, N C Forestry Swimming 1 JAMES DANIEL WARREN STATESVILLE. N C Furniture Manufacturing and Management Furniture Club BYNUM WESTMORELAND WEST POINT. VA Wood Products Merchandising Tau Kappa Epsilon; Inter Frat Council 3; Glee Club; Dean ' s List; Forestry Club. DAVID BOYCE WHITE FRANKLIN, N. C. Pulp and Paper Technology Sigma Pi; Paper Mill Managers Scholar- ship 3 DAVIE VAL WOOIF FAR ROCKAWAY, N. Y. Wood Products Merchandising Alpha Phi Omega; College Union Out- ing Committee. Juniors Bauer, Lawrence Peter, Jr. Beasley, Leroy, Jr. Bickel, Richard Joseph Bonner, Leon De Georgetown, Wilmington, Eastc Aurora, S. N. in, N. C. C. Pa. C. Brown, James T. Brown, John Amzey Bullard, Robert Paul Byerly, Richard Dale . . . Smithfield, Spruce Pine, Evergreen, High Point, N. N. N. N. C. C. C. C. Capps, Weldon Clinton Carpenter, J. Robert Carr, Donald Gael Clardy, John Palmer Warrenton, Shelby, Murphy, Georgetown, N. N. N. , s. C C. C. C. Coker, Walter James, Jr. Davis, Thomas Paul Dozier, Gary Franklin Eggler, Joseph Amory Roanoke Rapids, N. Shelby, N. Raleigh, N. Norfolk, C. C. C. Va. Enloe, Frank Robert Flinchum, Wayne Thomas Formy Duval, John Gerome Foust, Gene Ray Waynesville, Carthage, , II Whiteville, Lexington, N. N. N. N. C. C. C C. Gilbert, Richard Olmstead Gregg, Stewart Warren Hannah, Harold Dean Harrison, Bruce Arthur Wilton, Co Lenoir, N. Waterville, N. Quitman, inn. C. C. Ga. Henderson, George Calhoun Manteo, Holland, Phillip Parker Frankli Jackson, Donald George Black Mountain, Jennings, John Stanley Hickory, N. in, N. N. C. Va. C. C. F ' iti i i mAdi 7i [181] litk h Juniors Johnson, William Hal Taylorsville, N. C. Jones, Kibby Bess, Jr. Burgaw, N. C. Lossiter, Ray Roberts Ahoskie, N. C. Leach, Roy Eugene Julian, N. C. Lennon, Thomas Preston Anderson, S. C. Lupoid, Hugh McColl Columbia, S. C. McCormick, Robert Alexander Foyetteville, N. C. McDaniel, James Raleigh, N. C. McEachern, George Hutaff Wilmington, N. C. McNatt, James Dobbin High Point, N. C. Mattocks, Robert Lynwood, II Maysville, N. C. Morgan, Otis Cleveland, Jr. Candler, N. C. Mulkey, Marcus Allen Charlotte, N. C. Owens, Edwin Gip Cleveland, N. C. Parnell, James Franklin Timmonsville, S. C. Ferryman, Donald Gardiner Albany, N. Y. Plowman, Joseph David Raleigh, N. C. Roten, Dane Idlewild, N. C. Russell, Jesse Kessler Raleigh, N. C. Schul, William Andrew Hamilton, Ohio Smothers, Sam Taylor Canton, N. C. Scanlon, David Howard, III Durham, N. C. Stonecypher, Roy Wesley Myrtle Beach, S. C. Sturgill, Jack Carroll Norton, Vo. Summer, Thomas Larry Cherryville, N. C. Tabor, Christopher Alan Baltimore, Md. Walker, Thomas Clayton, Ohio Watkins, Richard Bennett Kannapolis, N. C. Welch, Richard Vanneman Greensboro, N. C. West, John Lewis Plantersville, S. C. Winkler, Donald George Chester, N. J. Sophomores Adams, Graham Clevearn Rocky Mount, N. C. Bass, John Lewis Tarboro, N. C. Beaver, Junius Leroy High Point, N. C. Bost, Ronald Marshall Kannapolis, N. C. Broke, Robert F Littleton, N. C. Bramlett, David Lee Breeman, Leonard Giaser Brewer, Stephen David Brinkley, Charles Wil liam Carrigan, William Chester Asheville, N. C. Kona, N. C. Pittsboro, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. China Grove, N. C. Choffin, Thurmond Odus Mocksville, N. C. Collier, Talmodge Whitley Wade, N. C. Collins, John Marion Cary, N. C. Doggett, Coleman Anderson Shelby, N. C. Fox, Jerry Hassell Roxboro, N. C. Hardister, John Paul, Jr Kannapolis, N. C. Hinson, Edwards Reid Charlotte, N. C. Honeycutt, C. Arthur Asheville, N. C. Huber, Richard Thomas Raleigh, N. C. Hunter, Thomas Giles Graham, N. C. Irvin, Thomas Meade Brookville, Pa. Johns, John Carroll Richmond, Va. Johnson, Herbie Martin, Jr Crossnore, N. C. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Wilson Clyde, N. C. Kiser, Albert Rufus, Jr Winston-Salem, N. C. Long, Forest Stevenson State Road, N. C. McMinn, James Wilburn Asheville, N. C. Moody, Paul Stewart Harriman, Tenn. Pearman, Thomas Harold Summerfield, N. C. Potter, Carroll Lee New Bern, N. C. Precythe, Henry Wesley Faison, N. C. Roberds, James Hall Garden City, Go. Rocco, Richard E. Northport, N. Y. Ruble, Bobby Irwin Aberdeen, N. C. Russell, Norman Arnold Raleigh, N. C. Scott, Jesse Hobson, Jr. Franklin, Va. Smothers, Robert Luther Condler, N. C. Smith, James Holt Lenoir, N. C. Smith, Lester Andrew Kernersville, N. C. Steppe, Kenneth Edward Lynchburg, Vo. Triebe, Edward Jomes, Jr. Kingsport, Tenn. Vinson, Joseph Bennett Raleigh, N. C. Wollinger, Ralph Scott Ashlond, Vo. Woters, Wilbert Jackson Pinetown, N. C. ' JS «? ' O p f f £73 m h . 4- •f ' ' rzn [183] Freshmen Baker, Junius Ora, Jr. Raleigh. N. C. Baucom, )oel Dale Tobaccovilie. N. C. Bissinger, Richard Turner Wilm ngton. N. C. Blizzard. Donald Davis Richlands, N. C. Brown. Charles Calvin. Jr. Richmond. N. C. Butler. Roy McMillan. II _ Clarkton. N. C. Byrd. )ohn LaFayette Henderson. N. C. Caldwell. James Daniel Clyde, N. C. Carter. Cecil Neal Plymouth, N. C. Cox, John William Lynchburg, Va. Cribb, James Melvin „.. Hemingway, S. C. Daughety, William Floyd Lexington, N, C. Davis, Ralph Tazwell, |r Asheville, N, C. Deaton, Bobby Bernard Morganton, N. C. Eck, Thomas Herbert Savannah, Ca. Fore, James Ray Canton, N. C, Formy Duval, Gene Core Whiteville, N. C. Concalves, Roberto |oao Sao Paulo, Brazil Core, Hugh Thomas Tabor City, N. C. Grantham, Paul Alexander Goldsboro, N. C. Grimsley, Daniel Lawrence Acme, N. C. Gurgamus. Clyde Mitchell Hall. James Eldon Harden. William Roy, )r. Haygood. Chloe Earthan Hinson, Thomas Holloman, Charles Thomas Johnston, Joseph Tharpe Williamston, N. Canton, N. Plymouth, N. Winnsboro, S. Bessemer City, N. Seaboard, N. Littleton, N, Jones, Paul Richard Kingsport, Tenn. Kennedy, John Bascombe Trinity, N. C. Lambert, Roger DeWitt Andrews, S, C, Lan ston, Edward Herman Raeford, N. C, McCain, William Jennings Candler, N. C, Mcintosh, Ervin Winfield New Bern, N. C. Mace, Samuel Viers Hydes, Md. Martinson, Fred Helmer Knoxville, Tenn, Moore, Collin Clyde _ Littleton, N. C. Morrison, Charles Glenn Statesville, N, C. Orr, Charles Edmond, III _ Ralei- ' h, N. C. Owens, Ted Alfred Harriman, Tenn. Perry, Donald Keith Scotland Neck, N. C. Puckhaber. Edmund Clarence Charleston. S. C. Reep. Charles Dean Lincolnton. N. C. Roberson. Bernard Gordon Parmele, N. C. Rose, Bennett Smedes Greenville, S. C. Sharber, William Garland Elizabeth Citv, N. C. Soffel, Jean Byron Oradell, N. J, Stone, Louis Howard Charlotte, N. C. Talley, Martin Edward Mobile, Ala. Taylor, Dalton Ranald Louisburg, N, C. Turner, John Hall Raleigh, N, C. Walters. Jack, Jr. Whiteville. N. C. Wilkinson. Michael Weston Statesville. N. C. Womble. Russell Earnhardt Sanford. N. C. Younger, Ronald Lee Lynchburg. Va. [184] [1851 DEAN M. E. CAMPBELL School of Textiles [186] Life is no longer simple in the weaver ' s trade. Man-made fibers with man-made properties, chemistry, electronics, and even nuclear radiation have converted the ancient art of tex- tile manufacturing to a complex science. Through its educational and research program, the School of Textiles is providing leadership for this new era in North Carolina ' s largest industry. It is first in research, first in edu- cation. This is " the mill " . . . home of whirring spindles and zoom- ing looms . . . the orlon artery for human beings . . . the blue windows of slubbers and snubbers . . . the Shuttle Inn ... of the Red Thunderbird . . . the beginning of careers in a fast moving industry. Under current plans to broaden both programs, and with the backing of textile leaders, the School can help insure the future of one of North Carolina ' s fascinating, colorful and dynamic industries. [187] Tompkins Textile Council The Tompkins Textile Council is the student ' s govern- ing body of the Textile School. It is composed of repre- sentatives from the various textile organizations and representatives from each class. The Council acts as the bridge between the students and the faculty. Also, Tompkins Textile Council sponsors many student functions each year, highlighted by the Lintdodger ' s Ball. To be a member of the Tompkins Textile Council is one of the highest honors in the Textile School. George Cochrcn President George Cochran Stan Berman Olin Wilson Bob Tanen OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer dllk Bailey Berman Boys Carey Cochran Fowler Howard Maharan Poteat Tanen Wagner Wilson [188] Phi Psi Phi Psi Fraternity is a professionol textile fraternity, the objects and aims being: first, to promote good fellowship among men of textile schools and the textile industry; second, to encourage a high standord of textile work; third, to assist by every honorable means the advancement of its members. Eta Chapter at North Carolina State College is the lorgest chapter in the fraternity, in porallel with the largest textile school in the world. The fraternity serves the Textile School by offering a guide service for all visitors and guests of the school. It also sponsors a banquet in the spring at which a cup is awarded to the Man of the Year in the North Carolina Textile Industry. Don Carey President OFFICERS Don Carey Lewis Jackson Henry Beatty Eric Fournier David Poole President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer [189] Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest professional textile fraternity in America, having been founded in 1899 at the Philadelphia Textile Institute. Started around a nucleus of seventeen mem- bers, Kappa Chapter was instituted on May 14, 1948 at State College. The Fraternity strives to create a fraternal relation- ship and greoter social enjoyment among its members, as well as promote the interest of its members in acquiring a thorough education in textiles. The chapter here at State College also strives to promote activities of interest to the Textile School. OFFICERS Jimmy Poteat President Vance Fowler Vice-President John Howard Secretary Kenneth Stout Treasurer Charles Livengood Scribe Lacy Howell, Jr. Sergeant-at-Arms Kenneth Lynch Pledge Master Charles Livengood Dekap Editor MEMBERS Ir. Lloyd Baird Eddie Barringer John Blevins L. S. Brock William Caldwell Billy Coggins Douglas Collins Larry Costner Bruce Cox Charles Cutts, Floyd Davis Robert Davis Bryson Dickerson Vance Fowler Charles Hammer William Hawkins |ohn Howard Ben Hudson Robert Hunter L. B. Howell, jr. Harris Johnson Donald Kirby, jr. Carol Leatherman Harry Lindsay Charles Livengood Kenneth Lynch John Maness Carle Mason, jr. John Medford Bobby Perry Robert Pope, jr. William Porter jimmy Poteat Robert Price Ben Rankin Fred Rawioz William Reynolds, jr. Wills Rodgers, jr. David Saunders Darr Shealy, jr. Hugh Simmons Duane Smith Kenneth Stout Richard Tanner Howard Taylor John Thomas James Turner, jr. Harold Wagner Daniel Ward Roy Weant Eddie Wilkes Olin Wilson tfL i I- J [190] Kappa Tau Beta Samuel Austin John Blevins Douglas Collins Robert Cushman Rene Eternod OFFICERS James Howard President Richard Graves Vice-President Harris Johnson Secretary Hugh Simmons Treasurer Robert Nance Sergeant-at-Arms William Shinn Faculty Adviser Vance Fowler Nathan Isaacson A. M. Johnson Corol Leatherman Harold Lindsay John Lewis Ben Mayo Henry Middleton Ormand Moore Peter Nohl David Poole Robert Price Charles Russell Lawrence Speizman Benjamin Singer Kenneth Stout Tommy Weldon American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists seeks to gain experience and interest in the dyeing and finishing of textile goods through monthly meetings. Speakers are invited from various throughout North Carolina and other areas. lills OFFICERS James Howard President Richard Graves Vice-President Harris Johnson Secretary Hugh Simmons Treasurer William Shinn Adviser [191] Sigma Tau Sigma Afzal Griffin Reiter Earnhardt Howard Shah Beatty Jackson Stout Berman Johnson Tillottson Coggins Cox Levine Rawicz Wilson Yancey A local textile honor fraternity, Sigma Tau Sigma strives to instill in textile students a desire for higher scholastic attainments. An incentive toward this goal is the Sigma Tau Sigma Scholarship cup that is presented each year to the senior in textiles with the highest scholastic average. The Greek letters composing the name of the fraternity represent the words. Society of Textile Scholarship. OFFICERS Harold A. Wagner President Olin E. Wilson Vice-President Stanley B. Bermon Secretary Jimmy L. Poteat Treasurer Harold A. Wagner President [192] Graduates HAFIZ MUHAMMAD AYYUB KHANPUR. WEST PAKISTAN Textiles DHIMAT SUNDERLAL DALAL INDIA Textile Chemistry PANICKARUVEEDU JOSEPH EIRE INDIA Textiles AHMED ABDEL WAHAB EL-BAZ EGYPT Textiles MOHSEN IBRAHIM ELNASHAR EGYPT Textiles MAHMOUD AMIN EL-SHAZLY ALEXANDRIA. EGYPT Textiles BENJAMIN R. GONZALEZ PHILIPPINES Textile Management MAHMOUD AHMED IBRAHIM ALEXANDRIA. EGYPT Textiles SEVANTILAL SHANTILAL KAPASHI BOMBAY, INDIA Textile Chemistry SUNG WON LEE SEOUL. KOREA Textiles Tc c f [193] Graduates LEONARD R. LEFKOWITZ TROY, N. Y. Textiles HASSAN I. MAKHLOUF ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT Textiles GREGORIO E. RAMIREZ, JR. RICHARD WARREN REAGAN BULACAN. PHILIPPINES CANTON, N. C. Textiles Textiles EDWARD LENARD McLEOD MOBILE, ALA, Textiles ROBERT F. MILLER HICKORY, N, C. Textile Chemistry MUHAMMAD RAMZAN PAKISTAN Textile Manufacturing JOHN B. VILLENEUVE CALDWALL. ONT , CANADA Textile Chemistry AHMED YASSIN MAHMOUD EGYPT Textiles HASSAN AHMED OTEIFA RALEIGH, N. C. Textile Manufacturing FRED MANFRED RAWIOZ LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Textile Chemistry [194] IFTKHAR AFZAL KARACHI, PAKISTAN Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; International Club; Pakistan Student Association SAMUEL F. AUSTIN HIGH POINT, N. C. Textiles Kappa Tau Beta; CU Film Committee; ROTC Company Commander; Canter- bury Club Treasurer; Messiah Choral Croup. BOBBY JOEL BAILEY RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Textile Chemistry President, American Association Tex- tile Chemists and Colorists; Tompkins Textile Council JOHN DAVID EARNHARDT CHARLOTTE, N. C. Textiles Kappa Sigma; Technician, Editor 4 HENRY FRANCIS BEATTY RALEIGH, N. C Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi Textile Fra- ternity; Phi Psi Reports; Varsity Ten- nis 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Newman Club STANLEY B. BEMAN ENGLEWOOD, N. J. Textiles Phi Epsilon Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Tau Sigma; Business Manager Textile Forum; Tennis 1; Treasurer and Vice-President, Phi Epsilon Pi; Vice-President, Tompkins Textile Council; Secretary, Sigma Tau Sigma, Phi Psi; Kappa Tau Beta; Financial Officer, Military Ball Asso LONNIE S. BROCK, JR. RAEFORD, N C, Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4 DONALD ROYAL CAREY WARV ICK, R. I. Textiles Phi Psi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Profes- sienal Textile Frat 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Agromeck Staff 1, 2, Soph Edition 2; Textile Forum 2; Junior Dance Committee; Tompkins Textile Council 4. WOO YONG CHA SEOUL, KOREA Textile Chemistry American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists DUNCAN DALE CHAPPELL CANDOR, N. C. Textiles Lambda Chi Alpha; Football 1; Phi Psi. GARY 0. CLARKE SHELBY, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Vapor Trails; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Berry Dorm Social Director; Vice-President IDC; PIO Staff GEORGE COLVIN COCHRAN MAYSVILLE, KY. Textiles Sigma Chi; Golden Chain Vice-Presi- dent; Blue Key; Publications Board 3; Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Class President 3; Tompkins Textile Coun- cil 3, President 4; Senate President NC State Student Legislature 3, Pres- ident 4; Student Government 3; Chair- man Promotions Committee 3; Inter- fraternity Council 2, 3; Chairman Freshman Soph Dance 2. Seniors i958 [195] Seniors i958 [196] BILLY RAY COGGINS THOMASVILLE, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Sigma; Intramural Football 4; Basketball 3. 4; Bowling 3, 4. DOUGLAS B. COLLINS CHARLOTTE. N C Textiles Delta Kappa Tau; Kappa Tau Beta; Baseball 1 ; Veterans Association 3, 4. DALLAS BRUCE COX CORDOVA, N. C. Textiles Phi Eta Sigma President; Sigma Tau Sigma; Delta Kappa Phi; Dekap Re- porter; Baseball 1 ; Veterans Associa- tion; Secretary-Treasurer. Vetville Council. EARL EDWARD DYE, JR. WILMINCION, N, C. Textiles Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3; Air Force Drill Team 1, 2. JAMES LUTHER ELSMORE :.TATESVILLE, N i. Textiles Phi Psi. Social Director 2. 3; Vice- President Gold Dorm 4; Vice-Presi- dent IDC 4 ERICH PIERRE FOURNIER PARIS. FRANCE Textiles Phi Psi; Corresponding Secretary; In- ternational Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Technician, Feature Editor 2; Textile Forum; Track Team 1. VANCE GARRISON FOWLER HENDERSON, N, C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi, Publications Staff; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, Delta Kappa Phi; Tompkins Textile Council; Kappa Tau Beta; College IJiuon, Se ' Telary House CoiTimittee ROBERT SAMUEL GARDNER LYNBROOK, N Y. Textiles Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Psi; Air Force Yearbook Staff, Intramural- Inferfra- ternity Football. Basketball. Softball. Volleyball; Vice-President. Interfra- lernity Council, RICHARD BLAINE GOUDIE DOWINGTOWN, l A Textiles Delta Sigma Phi. Vice-President; Blue Key; Phi Psi; ROTC Company Com- mander; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Intra- mural Basketball, Softball 1, 2. 3, 4, RICHARD LEE GRAVES ASHEBORO, N C Textiles Kappa Tau Beta Vice-President; Phi Psi; Phi Psi Reports. Knitting Depart- ment LONNIE JASPER GRIFFIN t INblON, N L. Textile Management Sigma Tau Sigma; Veterans Associa- tion; Intramurals 3, 4. ZAFAR HASSAN KARACHI. PAKISTAN Textile Management Phi Ela Sigma; President Vv ' riting Club; Treasurer Cosmopolitan Club; Library and Forum Committees; International Club; PSAA. AHMED AFIF HILAL ALEPPA, SYRIA Textiles JAMES ROBERT HOWARD KANNAPOLIS, N C Textiles Kappa Tau Beta; Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Council. LACY BRUCE HOWELL, JR. E. ROCKINGHAM, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi. ROBERT CARTER HUNTER ASHEVILLE. N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi; Intramural Sports. WILLIAM M. ISRAEL WESTMOUNT, CANADA Textiles Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Psi; Phi Psi Re- ports; Fraternity Athletics; Photogra- phy Committee; Frat Historian. LEWIS CLARK JACKSON HICKORY, N, C Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi Reports, Editor; Vice-President Phi Psi. HARRIS L. JOHNSON ASHEBORO. N. C. Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma; Kappa Tau Beta, Secretary; Delta Kappa Phi; Veterans Association; Delegate State Student Legislature; President, Veterans Asso- ciation. JAMES RICHARD LACKEY STATESVILLE, N C. Textiles Phi Psi; President Gold Dorm; Inter- dormitory Council. JOHN EVERETT HOWARD lESUP, CA Textile Chemistry Delta Kappa Phi, Secretary 4; Ameri- can Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Vice-President; Tomp- kins Textile Council. NATHAN ELKAN ISAACSON LAWRENCE, N. Y. Textiles Phi Epsilon Pi; Kappa Tau Beta; Fenc- ing 2. CARL RICHARD JACOBS NEW YORK. N Y. Textiles Sigma Alpha Mu; Sigma Omegram. SANFORD L. LEVINE Pl ' OOi LyM, m. v. Textiles Sigma Alpha Mu, President, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Handball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Big Four Day 1, 2. 3. [197] CHARLES D. LIVENGOOD LINWOOD, N, C Textile Chemistry Delta Kappa Phi. Scribe; American As- sociation Textile Chemists and Color- ists; Dekap Editor; Textile Forum Staff. BEN COAKLEY MAYO TARBORO, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Veterans Club ORMAND KELLY MOORE WALTER BATES PETERSON GREENSBORO. N, C. CHARLOTTE. N. C Textiles Textiles Kappa Tau Beta; Dorm Floor Manager; Phi Psi Secretary; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Social Director Syme. TOLLEY B. McLaughlin ASHEBORO. N. C Textiles Arnold Air Society; AFROTC 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL JOSEPH MILLER rqNALD BAXTER MOORE ' ' TooZ " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ALLENTOWN. PA, FRANKLINTON, N. C Textiles " " " ' f. , Textiles p , p, . phi p;,; lota Delta Phi Psi; Newman Club; Monogram Phi Psi ; Wrestling 1 ; Soccer 1 ; Owen Sigma ' Textile Forum Club; Football 3, 4; Outdoor and In- pg m Vice-President, Floor Manager; door Track 3, 4. ipc. KULATHINAL M. MATHEW KOZHENCHERI. S, INDIA Textiles WILLIAM A. MILLS III TRYON. N, C Textiles DAVID ARVILLE POOLE CHARLES MITCHELL NANCE rockwood. tenn GREENSBORO. N. C. Textiles Textiles phi Psi; Mu Beta Psi; Kappa Tau Beta Dorm Secretary 3, 4. Band; Textile Forum Staff. [198] JIMMY LANGSTON POTEAT YANCEYVILLE. N C, Textiles Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Kappa Plni, Pres- ident; Sigma Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Phi; Tompl ins Textile Council. KENDRICK B. PRESSON WILMINGTON, N, C Textiles Phi Psi; Phi Psi Reporter; Textile Open House ROBERT MOORE PRICE RALEIGH. N, C Textile Management Kappa Tau Beta; Delta Kappa Phi CLARENCE ELBERT RAY, JR. GRAHAM, N C. Textiles Phi Psi. JOHN MICHAEL REED, JR. CHARLOTTE, N. C Textile Manufacturing Phi Psi; Intramurals 1,4; Intercollegi- ate Bowling Team 2, 3. DONALD MARVIN REITER FOREST HILLS, N. Y. Textiles Sigma Alpha Mu; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student Government Tompkins Textile Council; WVWP; Veterans Associa- tion. WILLIAM M. RITCHIE SALISBURY, N, C. Textiles Phi Psi. LARRY LYNN ROGERS LAKE VIEW, S, C Textiles HUGH DeA. SAMPLE GREENSBORO, N. C Textiles Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Thirty and Three; Class President 1 ; Judicial Board 2, Chairman 3; CU Council 3; Vice-President, YDC 3; Board of Re- view 4. ASHOK R. SHAH BOMBAY, INDIA Textiles Sigma Tau Sigma HUGH EDISON SIMMONS HICKORY, N. C Textiles CHARLES WILLIAM SMITH LAURINBURG, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi. Seniors i958 [199] Seniors i958 DUANE GORDON SMITH CHINA GROVE, N, C Textile Management Veterans Association, Delta Kappa Phi ROBERT G. SMITH, JR. LAURINBURC, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Pershing Rifles 1, 2. CHARLES W. STEPHENSON OXFORD, N C Textiles Pi Kappa Phi, President. Distinguished Military Student; Inferfraternity Coun- cil; Battalion Commander ROTC. KENNETH F. STOUT ASHEBORO, N. C. Textiles Delta Kappa Phi, Treasurer; Kappa Tau Beta; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Sigma; Dekap, Reporter and Business Manager. FRANK JOSEPH STRAUSS LAURELTON, N V Textiles Phi Epsilon Pi; Mu Beta Psi, President, Textile Forum; Baseball 1 , State Col- lege Band; Conductor, Pep Band, Or- chestra; Vice-President. Band BERNARD J. M. SWEENS HELMOND. HOLLAND Textile Chemistry AMHED MAHBOOB SYED RAWALPINDI, W, PAKISTAN Textiles Writing Club; Library Committee; PSAA; International Club. ROBERT JULES TANEN BROOKLYN. N Y. Textiles Phi Epsilon Pi; Thirty and Three, Tex- tile Forum, Manager Edition; Student Government Representative 2, 3, Phi Epsilon Pi, President; Tompkins Tex- tile Council, Treasurer, Elections Committee, Chairman; Theater Com- mittee, Chairman; Vice-Chairman NSA. Virginia-Carolinas. Phi Psi GEORGE N. TILLOTTSON NEW BERN, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi ; Sigma Tau Sigma ROBERT PERRY TUCKER ASHEVILLE, N C Textiles Delta Kappa Phi JOHN FRANCIS VERREAULT VALDESE, N. C. Textiles HAROLD ALFRED WAGNER GOOLEEMEE, N C. Textiles Phi Kappa Phi ; Sigma Tau Sigma. President; American Enka Corporation Scholarship; Tompkins Textile Council; Delta Kappa Phi Textile. [200] JAMES W. WALCH III CLAYMONT, DEL. Textiles Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Psi; Monogram Club, President; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Soccer I, 2, 3, 4. OLIN EVERETTE WILSON RALEIGH, N C Textile Chemistry Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile Council; Delta Kappa Phi; American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. J. C. YANCEY NEWTON, N C Textile Chemistry Phi Psi; Sigma Tau Sigma; AATCC. MARCOS WASSERMAN BOGOTA, COLOMBIA Textile Chemistry Student Toastmaster Club; AATCC. ROBERT LOUIS WOMICK RUTHERFORDTON. N C. Textiles Phi Psi. NORMAN G. YARBER RALEIGH, N. C. Textiles Phi Psi; Vefville Mayor; CU Board of Directors; Veterans Club; YRC. ROY DANIEL WEANT CHINA GROVE, N C, Textiles Veterans Club; Delta Kappa Phi. DAVID J. WORTHINGTON PRINCETON, N C Textiles Sigma Phi Sigma, Phi Psi; Owen Dorm Social Director, Floor Manager. IBRAHIM YUCAYAR IZMIR. TURKEY ' Textiles International Club. fTy n [201] i iM Isi 2 Junior Acra, Robert Port-au-Prince !, Haiti Atesci, Ahmet Adana, Turkey Bailey, Donald Clark ... Spindale, N. C. Baker, Preston Gwyn, Jr. Drexel, N. C. Balaban, Lawrence David Brooklyn, N. Y. Barringer, Eddie Max Maiden, N. C. Bennett, Hugh Clements, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. Blevins, John Oliver Kinston, N. C. Boone, William Jordan, Jr. Gates, N. C. Bowen, Willie Charles Rockingham, N. C. Caldwell, William Orville, Jr Clyde, N. C. Costner, Larry Tom Casar, N. C. Davis, Floyd Mitchell Raleigh, N. C. Futrell, Ben Gay Rocky Mount, N. C. Gotuaco, Charles Manila, Phil ippines Habib, Hasday Habana , Cuba Hainley, Bruce Thomas Schulykill Haven, Pa. Hawkins, William Rainey, Jr. Durham, N. C. Henson, James Austin Forest City, N. C. Hodge, Willie Lee Rutherfordton, N. C. Hordubay, Edward Paul Windber, Pa. Hudson, Ben Avery Kings Mountain, N. C. Hummel, William Hicks Durham, N. C. Jenks, Bennie Max Wake Forest, N. C. Jones, Paul Reuben Kaw, Charlie Mooresboro, N. C. Rangoon, Burma i [202] Class Leathermon, Carol James Lynch, Walter Kenneth Maness, John Kent Medford, John David Newton, Troutman, Biscoe, Clyde, N. N. N. N. C. C. c. c. Nethery, Robert Lee, Jr. Nix, John Wesley Nohl, Peter Friedrich Perry, Bobby Alton Henderson, Rutherfordton, Greensboro, Raleigh, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Porter, William Barham Ribakove, Richard Harvey Rodgers, Wills Pinkney, Jr. Ryan, David Wallace Washington, Raleigh, Franklinville, Greensboro, N. N. N. N. c. c. c. c. Saunders, David Schiff, Mark Richard Shealy, Lemuel Dorr, Jr. Sorrels, Jack Otho Charlotte, New Hyde Pork, Thomasville, Gilkey, N. N. N. N. c. Y. c. c. Spahr, Lawrence Edward Sparrow, Thomas Glenn Strum, Jackie Benjamin Thoma, Peter Meinrod Bristol, Gastonia, N. Roxboro, N. Fitchburg, M Va. C. C. QSS. Tyndall, Paul Elwood Thompson, Delton Reitzel Warlick, Frederick Michael Warrington, Larry David Aibertson, Salisbury, , Jr. Raleigh, New Bern, N. N. N. N C. c. c. c Weldon, Raymond Thomas, Wilkes, Eddie Campbell Yow, Larry Monroe Jr. Henderson, Asheboro, New London, N N N c c c iTM ' i P niwft Jkmk i [203] AV m!l . ' l !: . f .( (! fT Ci t ' i " f r p Cj c p ( ir. Q C ( Sophomores Asbury, Clayton Grant Wilmington, N. C Barbee, Morris Hawthorne Kinston, N. C Boyette, Leslie Darrell Rockingham, N. c Boys, George Waring Tuxedo, N. c Brummitt, Samuel Wilbur Henderson, N. c Cosh, Daniel Hydrick Rutherfordton, N. c Culbreth, John Kenneth Woodruff S. c Dew, Horold Powell Raeford, N. c Dodenhoff, Martin Hilsman Greenville S. c Drake, Everett Coleman Baldwin, N. Y Fields, Julian William, III La Grange, N. c Gardner, Donald Julius Dunn, N. c Gentry, Charles O ' Briant Ca-Vel, N. c Givetz, Stanley Spencer Winston-Salem, N. c Gunter, Thomas Holland Raleigh, N. c Hall, Charles Roy Marion, N. c Huffstetler, Charles Edward Mt. Holly, N. c Huntley, Max Melrose Rutherfordton, N. c Jackson, Curtis Riley Gastonia, N. c Johnson, Gerald Lee Albemarle, N. c Joyce, Donald Max High Point, N. c Kimrey, Rives Brinn, Jr. Sanford, N. c Lancaster, James Wilson Laurinburg, N. c Lane, Thomas William Butner, N. c Moyse, Bobby Franklin Spindale, N. c Moser, James Norman Rockwell, N. c O ' Connell, Larry Stedman Sanford, N. c Pope, Robert Harris, Jr. Cedar Grove, N. c Proctor, Ted Wilson Hickory, N. c Rozier, Carlton Rudolph Lumberton, N. c Sellers, Mitchel Wayne Rockingham, N. c Shops, Spencer Nelson Brooklyn 12, N. Y Smith, William Clay Spindale, N. c Stanley, William Franklin, Jr. Kinston, N. c Swicegood, James Titus Lexington, N. c Thomasson, Worth Bagley Lexington, N. c Ward, Robert Lee, Jr. Mt. Holly, N. c Wilson, Fred Eugene, Jr. High Point, N. c Wright, Owen Davis Henderson, N. c Young, Jimmy Allen Jamestown, N. c [204] Freshmen Acra. Roland Port-au-Prince, Haiti Altman, Alan jersey City, N. J. Ang, George Tan Manila, P. I. Arendt. Volker Dietrich Elberon, N. Y. Barrett. Bobby Ray Charlotte, N. C, Bowen, Robert Calvin, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Bowman, David Lee Stuart, Va. Bridger, Robert Craven. Ill Bladenboro. N. C. Brown. Randall Lanier Greensboro, N. C. Crotts. Carl Benson Trinity, N. C. Dee. Dewey Daniel Manila. P . 1. Fuller. Thomas Avon Franklinton, N. C. Gonzalez. Manuel Monterrey. Mexico Griffin. Frank Michael Columbia. N. C. Harrelson, Hugh Gene. )r. Lexington. N. C. Holt. Jack Morgan Sanford. N, C. Johnston, Gary Lowell Charlotte, N. C. McMahon, Charles David Swannanoa, N. C. Maharam, David Elliot _ Flushing. N. Y. Mobley, John Edward Greensboro, N. C. Nelson, D. Robert Andrews. N. C. Overton. Roy Lee Louisburg. N. C. Pendergraft. Garrieth Blane Rock Hill. S C. Phillips. Don Hugh Charlotte. N. C. Pierson, James Ashley Powell, James Wheeler Ray, Joel Weir Slosman, Fred Norman Smart, Harold Joseph .„ Springle, Robert Marion Stevens, John Franklin Talbert. Glenn Benard Laurinburg. N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Asheville. N. C. Asheville, N. C. Draper, N. C. Raleigh. N. C. Erwin, N. C. Albemarle. N. C. Tillman. Leonard K. Forest Hills, N. Y. White, Ralph Alexander, Jr. Conover, N. C. Whitesides. Robert Wayne Kings Mountain, N. C. Wilder, Jimmy Clifton Middlesex, N. C. 0k p p p p [205] Class Officers GRADUATE Frank Mason President Jim Leatherwood Vice-President Bill Thompson Treasurer Frank Pethei Recording Secretary Charles DePoe Corresponding Secretary Dr. LeGates Adviser SENIORS James M. Peden, Jr. Neil Birch B. H. Barnette, Jr. Felton Davis President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer JUNIORS H. Eddie Knox President Earl Thompson Vice-President John Fulton . — -— Secretary Charles Tanner Treasurer SOPHOMORES John Samuel Yow President Arron Capel Vice-President Betty Daughtry Secretary Eddie Barringer Treasurer FRESHMEN Lad Daniels President Clyde R. Hoey II Vice-President Martha Hardy Secretary Dove Maharam Treasurer X ' k-ki: . f ' SM V ' ' " fl " ' Rudolph Pate Chairman FACULTY-STAFF; Henry Bowers 0. B. Copeland W. L. Fleming W. A. Newell Rudolph Pate Lindsay Whichard PRESIDENT SENIOR CLASS; Jim Peden, Jr. PRESIDENT JUNIOR CLASS; Sammy Yow, Jr. PRESIDENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Jim Hunt, Jr. Board AGRICULTURIST: Editor Jim Hunt Business Manager Sherrill Brinkley AGROMECK; Editor Dick Chalmers Business Manager Alex Hall DESIGN: Co- Editors Eugene Lowry Henry Menzies PINETUM: Editor Ted Hilbourne Business Manager Ken Summerville SOUTHERN ENGINEER: Editor Paul Essex Business Manager Robert Todd TECHNICIAN: Editor David Bernhardt Business Manager Loyd Kirk TEXTILE FORUM: Editor Bob Deans Business Manager Stanley Berman VO-AG: Editor Wallace Parker Business Manager Earl Lemons WVWP: Manager Bill Bradley Business Manager Bill Kincheloe [210] OF Publications Student publications have been a vital force in the life of North Caroline State College for many years. Since its formation in 1931, the Board of Student Publications has served as a joint student- faculty body designed to improve and coordinate the various student publications, now totaling seven and a radio station. The diversity of publications and the varying styles provide an excellent train- ing ground in the field of communications for all students who are interested in this work. Julia Martin Lucas Secretary [211] The Agromeck Staff R. K. Cholmers Editor-in-Chief B. F. Beasley Assistant Business Manager Alex Hall Business Manager Jim Barbot Assistant Photographer Stuart Hart Chief Photographer Ralph Boswell Fraternity Editor Jerry Godfrey School Editor Bill Gardner Military Editor Jim Miller Sports Editor Lyn Gilland Organizations Editor Charles Jordan Administration Editcr MRS. NANCY JO CHALMERS for R. K. Chalmers, Editor-in-Chief A G R O M E C K Sponsors MISS GiNNY Mcpherson for Alex Hall, Business Manager Peggy Allred for Stuart Hart, Chief Photographer Jacquilcne Grady For Bill Gardner, Military Editor Sara Craig for )im Barbot, Photographer Peggy Golbs for Charles Jordan, Feature Editor Morilyn Fitch for Lynwood Cilland, Organizations Editor Anna Thompson for Ralph Boswell, Fraternity Editor The Technician David Earnhardt Editor Loyd Kirk Business Manager Roy Lothrop Associate Editor Ray Morgan Assistant Business Manager After thirty-seven years of weekly publication, The Technician this year finished its first year of twice weekly publication. With Editor Earnhardt struggling all year with Eusiness Manager Loyd Kirk to keep the red ink on the poper and not on the financial statement, the staff, with " Old Faithful " Evans, " Occasional " Lathrop, ond " Midnight " Moore kept the presses rolling. The Technician is supported by student fees, has no censorship from the Administration, and offers training in writing, reporting, managing, and selling to students. [218] PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Jack Williams Skipp Kugler Nick Kjosnes Charlie Shuford SPORTS STAFF Bob Linder Bob George Jim Moore — Editor George Hommett — Asst. Editor Billy Evans Managing Editor Oscar Grant NEWS STAFF Robert Farrell Philip Bunting Alton Lee James Swicegood OTHER MEMBERS Anwer Joseph Chuck Wood Waring Boys Circulation Staff W V W P " The Voice of the Wolfpack " 580 kc 1 p 1 @ ' m- P 1 f i W A IT ?-, ' ' 4 I PTi Staff: Bill Kincheloe, Ed Finch, Roy Griffin, John Sprinkle. The policy and programming of WVWP, which is centered around the news and music of interest to the campus man, is set up under the supervision of station manager Bill Bradley and his staff of Bill Kincheloe, Businesss Manager; Ed Finch, Program Director; Roy Griffin, Technical Director; John Sprinkle, Sales Manager, ond Secretary Annette Rogers. Station Manager: Bill Bradley H B PffT m E K Hi pr " " sfT B i 1 Russ Ford )im Folsum, Bill Mandakis, Bill Forth, Kent Watson At 6:00 P.M. each evening Russ Ford signs the station on the air with " Around The World, " a program designed to keep the State College student well informed of the latest news, current movies and campus events. " The Twilight Show " follows at 6:20, offering easy- going music for the early evening, with hosts Bob Hooks, Jim Folsum, Bill Mandakis, Bill Forth, Kent Watson, Norman Russell, then ot 7:30 Larry Stephens asks the questions on " Mystery Melody. " [220] Dan Raper, Robert Cooke At frequent intervals throughout the evening WVWP brings the student up to date with the lotest world news. At 7:45 there is a 15 minute summary presented by news director Robert Cooke and staff newscasters Mike Graham, Bob Hooks and Dan Raper. Chuck Turner, Lydia Fish, Hank Hamilton, Ray McRary, John Chappel, Russell Lyday, Dick Downs. The Drama Workshop is a newcomer to State College Radio. " Exploring the Unknown " is its popular new dra- matic presentation, produced bi-weekly by Hank Hamil- ton and directed by John Chappel. This program uses the dramatic and technical talents of the students, in- cluding Lydia Fish, Chuck Turner, Ray McCrary, Russell Lyday and Dick Downs, in its presentation of the best in science, fiction and fantasy. Dan Lancaster, Gene Walsh, Bob Shi, Bill Murdaugh Eight o ' clock and time for " Campus Beat " with DJ ' S Dan Lancaster, Alton Lee, Bob Shi, Bill Murdaugh, Chuck Turner, Mike Graham, Neil Benson, Rudy Newman, Ray McCrary, Len Lavitt and Barry Gomborov, presenting popular music including the Top 30 Tunes on the cur- rent Hit Parade. Each Friday evening the program origi- nates from the College Union Snack Bar with the weekly " Platter Party. " Basketball, football, whatever the whim for sports, sportscasters Mike Graham, George Marenkov and Dave Meloni, under the supervision of sports director Neil Benson, bring the State student up to date nightly at 11 :00 with the scores and game reviews from across the nation. In addition to the nightly reviews, the Staff broadcasts by remote hookup from the basketball courts throughout the State for play-by-play accounts of the Freshman Wolflete ' s games. From 11:15 Hank Hamilton is host on " Midnight Mood, " offering good music for studying or relaxing in the late evening hours. At 1:00 A. M. " The Voice of the Wolfpack " signs off the air, completing its day of broadcast- ing to the students of North Carolina State College. [221] Teresa Lynn and Mary Bradley For Bill Bradley, Station Manager W V W P Sponsors Mary Purvis For Bill Kincheloe, Business Manager Mrs. Katherine Barnhardt For David Earnhardt, Editor Technician Sponsors Non Owen For Loyd Kirk, Business Manager Peden mms mmi . _ Kennel The Golden Chain SENIOR HONORARY Golden Chain, Senior Honorary So- ciety, was organized in May 1926. The v-. - » ■ purpose of the society is to promote m m leadership and better citizenship on the 1 K M campus. In May each year, twelve Jun- Abernethy M W r ' ° ' ' ° " sidered the outstanding mem- Jy y bers of their class, are added to the , 7 Chain by a tapping ceremony. Jim Peden, Jr. Arch Regent George C. Cochran Regent Bob Kennel Secretary Bill Graham Treasurer S Chuck Abernethy Brooks x r . S David Barnhardt ■ 1 Cecil Brooks M V Joe Hal Jg _ - Fred Houtz 1 k Bob Lyne I . Ed Nuckolls Dave Weinstein Nuckolls Weinstein ochran Graham Barnhardt Blue Key Ninety-six Chapters Colors: Blue and Gold N. C. STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER Installed May 1928 HONORARY Dr. C. H. Bostian T. C. Brown J. B. Edwards, Jr. G. 0. T. Erdahl Dr. L. C. Hartley Dr. W. N. Hicks Abraham Holtzman Dr. Arthur Kelman E. S. King Maj. C. D. Kutschinski R. C. Lasater Col. R. R. Middlebrooks Rudolph Pate J. J. Stewart B. C. Tailey, Jr. L R. Wichard 0. B. Wooldridge, Jr. Dr. E. T. York FACULTY ADVISER Dr. G. B. James MEMBERS Harry Charles Abernethy Benjamin Harrison Barnette, Jr. John David Earnhardt Karl Eugene Bostian Sherrill Kermit Brinkley Cecil Charlie Brooks George Calvin Cochran James Minor Davis, Jr. William Alexander Graham Richard Blaire Goudie George Robert Howard Rudolph Gordon Johnstone Robert Philip Kennel Robert C. Lyne, Jr. Edward Wayne Nuckolls Carl Duncan Parker James Murchison Peden, Jr. Wiley Fletcher Ritter, Jr. William Guy Townsend David Weinstein Blue Key Honor Fraternity was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, to per- petuate the belief in God, to preserve the principles of good citizenship, and to promote the best interest of the students. The fraternity recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship and service, placing equal emphasis upon leadership in student activities. Membership is composed of graduate and undergraduate students of all departments of American colleges and universities. Each year Blue Key co-sponsors the Homecoming celebration. Annually the fraternity presents the citizenship award to the Senior who has distinquished himself as the foremost citizen of his class. In addition. Blue Key cooperates with other campus organizations in various activities to perpetrate a more meaningful campus life. Sophomore OFFICERS Bill Kay President Bill Byrd Vice-President Chris Tabor Secretary-Treasurer John Sprinkle Corresponding Secretary ACTIVE MEMBERS Dick Burgess Jim Hunt Arron Capel Mac Lupoid Earl Davis Fred Manley Larry Harris Leadership Society The order of Thirty and Three is a local honorary organization consisting of a total of thirty-three members. The eleven active members are picked at the beginning of the spring semester from the Sophomore Class and remain active until the following Spring. The members selected are considered to be the outstanding members of the Sophomore Class. Selection is the highest honor a Sophomore can receive at State College. Qualifications for mem- bership include: good character, a high sense of honor, ability for leadership, satisfactory scholastic standing, welfare of school at heart, ond other qualities deemed necessary to accomplish the greatest good, as determined by the active membership. The objects of Thirty and Three are: to promote the welfare of State College, raising of school standards, and cooperating with alumni and other friends of the College to work at all times for the interests of the students and the College at large. Ph I Eta Sigma John Aubrey Miller , President James William Hendrix „ Secretary Leon Henderson, Jr. Vice-President Richard Boyden Park Treasurer J. W. Morgan __._ Adviser PHI ETA SIGMA was founded at the University of Illinois, March 1923. The State College Chapter was installed on May 16, 1930. Membership in Phi Beta Sigma is opened to those Freshmen who make the equivalent of half A ' s and half B ' s and is considered the highest scholastic honor a Freshman can attain. Phi Eta Sigma ' s members ore active for the latter half of their Freshman year and remain active during their Sophomore year. They strive to reward and promote an interest in high scholastic standards. MEMBERS Abee, David Winfield Aero, Robert Allen, George Lewis, Jr. Baggett, Samuel Millard Baker, Wallace Riddick Banks, Norman Earl Beadles, Robert Leon Bingham, Carrol Reid Blake, Roy Baxter Boone, Dan Hathaway Bowen, Willie Charles Bramlett, David Lee Buynitzky, Richard Stephen Caldwell, Shakespeare Harris, Jr. Campbell, Tex Cornelius Caudle, Johnny Allen Clark, Jack Adams Cowardin, Robert Lewis Crowder, James Uriah Culbreth, William Kemp, Jr. Daughtry, Jimmie Solomon Davis, Robert Lee, Jr. Deal, James Francis, III Ernull, Robert Earl Fulton, John David Givetz, Stanley Spencer Goodin, Thomas Haywood, Jr. Gregg, Roger Allen Gwaltney, James Henry Hagwood, Charles McDonald Harrington, Roy Lee Harris, Jerry Sanders Hauser, John Reid Henderson, Leon, Jr. Hinshaw, Jerry Lloyd Hinson, Edwards Reid, Jr. Hoffman, Robert Lewis Holliday, William Robert Hopkins, Freddie Eugene Hughes, Phillip Leroy Hunt, Robert Hughes Hutchins, Andrew John M. Johnson, John Hicks Joines, William Thomas Jones, Malcolm David Jordan, Alfred Wilmer Kiger, Bobby Gray Lavitt, Leonard Emanuel Long, Thomas B., Jr. MacCallum, Malcolm David McDonald, Christopher Richard McLaurine, William Monroe, III McNeill, John Hugh Marley, William Howard Marrow, Thomas Field, III Massey, William Marcus, Jr. Merrick, Austen David Miller, Charles Herbert Miller, John Aubrey Monteith, Larry King Moody, Melvin Louis Mutton, James Orval Neal, Cecil Leon, Jr. O ' Quinn, William Lewis Owen, Gordon Norman, Jr. Paris, William Melvin, Jr. Porrish, Karl Max Pearce, Robert Gaston, Jr. Penney, Carl Murray Pilch, Robert Martindale Poe, Richard Van Poole, Gordon Joseph Russell, Norman Arnold Saunders, Harvey Ralston Sawyer, Jerry Albert Schultz, Gary Charles Selden, Charles Wallace, III Sevier, James Moniraville Shepherd, William Ford Siewsrt, Charles Edward Sigmon, Harvey Williams Sitton, Harry Arnold Smith, Larry Baxter Sorrell, Furman Yates Stadler, Thomas Richard Stallings, David Warren Steppe, Kenneth Edward Talbott, Graham Merriett Taylor, Larry Joe Taylor, Marvin Edward Thompson, Earl Ryan Toney, Fred, Jr. Turner, Jack Boyd Underwood, Edgar Myron, III Wait, Keppel Duane Walker, James Franklin Waller, Jerry Marvin Watson, James Elwyn, Jr. Weaver, Samuel Alvin Welch, John Tunstall, Jr. Wilkie, Jack Edward Wilson, Frederick Eugene Wilson, Larry Franklin Yorborough, Philip Pershing [227] Phi Kappa Phi OFFICERS I. D. Jones President E. M. Schoenborn, Jr. President-Elect R. P. Kennel Student Vice-President E. M. Brown Treasurer N. T. Coleman Secretary Miss Frances Thompson Journal Correspondent MEMBERS Baird, L. R. Ballard, L F. Barnette, B. H., Jr. Bornhardt, J. D. Beosley, E. 0. Best, T. J. Bostian, K. E. Boyden, R. P. Bridges, D. N. Cashwell, R. G., Jr. Chappell, T. E. Cobb, E. R. Coley, W. v., Jr. Daughtridge, J. R. Davis, T. W. DeCoste, J. H. Dick, W. E., Jr. Feltner, C. E. Flanagan, D. L. Forbes, E. L. Garrison, C. B. Gurley, R. N. Hagler, G. E. Haywood, T. J. Henderson, H. P. Hilbourn, T. 0. Hoomani, Jaafar Howard, J. R. Hutchins, C. R. Jasper, W. J. Johnson, F. R. Johnstone, R. G. Johnson, P. B. Jones, V. A. Kennel, R. P. Kimrey, J. 0. King, M. B. Kinsland, R. E. Mathews, G. G. Mouney, J. R. Melton, J. D. Mink, L A. Nonney, J. H. Neely, H. L Parker, C. E. Parker, C. D. Parker, C. L Pearson, J. R., Jr. Peterson, Lennart Phillips, A. C. Pilkington, T. C. Poteat, J. L. Roberts, J. A. Rood, Harry Roy, D. H. Shoin, R. B. Small, H. G. Smith, W. D. Stephenson, J. W., Jr. Stout, K. F. Swofford, D. P. Teasley, R. C. Thomas, J. R., Jr. Turbyfill, B. W. Vogler, J. F. Wagner, H. A. Waters, E. W. Watkins, R. W. Watterson, R. E. White, D. B. Whicker, G. T. Wiley, A. L. Woodruff, J. R. [228] Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is the only national honorary scout- ing fraternity dedicated to service. Iota Lambda Chapter here at N. C. State College was chartered in 1949. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote service to humanity. STAFF Jim Raper President Garland Warren, Bill Seay —Vice-Presidents Dick Downs Treasurer Jerry Harris Recording Secretary Larry Stevens Corresponding Secretary Jim Smith Historian PLEDGES — First row: Dick Leigh, Ray McCrary, Eugene Brown Second row: Henry Fisher, )im Folsom, Tom Lilly, )im Davis, ). 0. Baker, Third row: Ralph Crowell, William Smith, Reid Cryder Advisers: Ron Hadlock, Al Ruda, Floyd Mines, Tom Walsh. ■ Uni BEH Ai 1 1 1 S 1 WHt Tk ' T» m n m IpI |HS !i m ' 1 fl W r% J IJ K Sl i 2 m t 1 t Lr iS w if Iff [229] Jimmy Hunt President Gene Bostian Secretary Student Dick Burgess Vice-President This is the body charged with administering all student self-government on the campus. These stu- dent leaders coordinate all student activities and organizations, seek to improve the general student welfare, and represent the students in dealing with the faculty and the college administration. The accomplishments of student government, during the lost few yeors, are quite evident. Wit- ness the mony fine, paved student parking areas which surround the main campus, the tremendous steps taken towards the solution of the student housing problem, and the effective liaison between the students and the faculty and administration. The devotion to duty of these leaders, their patience, and their integrity have done much to foster the ideals of student self-government. Cecil Brooks Treasurer Government CAMPUS STORE, ADVISORY COMMITTEE Nick Ray Herbert Henley CAMPUS WELFARE COMMITTEE Tom Gilmore Jim May Bill Kay Ralph Boswell Phil Carlton Ted Richardson Donald Reiter t ,1 BUDGETARY AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Larry Baxter Cecil Brooks, Chairman Mac Lupoid Dave Thomas CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Kenneth Steppe Howard Johnson Nick Ray, Chairman Roger Wilson Wallace Parker FRESHMAN SENATORS John Cobb Charles Russell Robert Cooke David Maharam Pierre Leveque Pete MacQueen Royce Hagaman Penny Bracey Jim Frye Clyde Hoey Tom Eck Bill O ' Brien £nBB INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE Jack Pivin Ben Davis Thomas Fulghum Jim Clippard Arron Chapel, Chairman Reid Hinson Lindsay Cox ORIENTATION COMMISSION ' ' iin ' pfr PROMOTIONS COMMITTEE Waring Boys, Chairmon Marcus Turner Ray Fountain Pete Antoniewicz Roger Gregg RULES COMMITTEE Earl Davis Eddie Knox Robert Latham Jim Prim, Chairman SOCIAL FUNCTION COMMITTEE Earl Thompson Dot Morton Robert Gardner E. J. Poindexter TRAFFIC COMMITTEE Ralph Boswell E. J. Poindexter Robert Gardner John Hopkins, Chairman The Judicial Board Larry Harris Chairman The Judicial Board, the judicial branch of our Student Government, is composed of ten students elected an- nually on a class basis. The primary responsibility of the Judicial Board is to encourage and promote the development of personal honor and integrity among State College gentlemen. To fulfill this responsibility, the Judicial Board conducts an Honor System orientation throughout the school year and deals with violators of the Campus Code and Honor Code. Front row (seated ' : Ed Smith, B. H. Barnette, Heywood Houtz, Harold Denton. Back row Istandingi: Bill Byrd, Leon Henderson, H, C. Rose, Bob Beasley, John Fulton. [234] Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student U nion is a distinctive student program promoted by the Southern Baptist Convention for Baptist Students in colleges and universities. It is student-led, church-related, and Christ-centered. The purpose of this organization is to serve as a link or tie between the Baptist students here on the campus and the local Baptist churches in Raleigh. MEMBERS John Rasberry, Bruce Teasley, Sam Johnson, John Hauser, Ford Shep- herd, Jim Allen, Roy Griffin, Watson Burts, Dave Bramlett, Gareth Annas, John Ledbetter, Edgar Smith, Dave Smith, Larry Mizell, George Brown, Wendell Guth, Don Denton, James Misenheimer, Lewis Ballard. Wesley Foundation Spiritual and intellectuol growth, fellowship and opportunity for leadership are the objectives of the Wesley Foundation. There an atmosphere of Christian brother- hood is provided for all Methodist college-age students and others that are to participate. OFFICERS Richard Hunt Burgess, President Bob Edwards, Vice-President Robert Ralph Jones, Jr., Secretary Gene Roy Lowrimore, Treasurer Mrs. Mary Fran Spencer and Belinda Foy, Co-Editors of Methodist Stu- dent. William O ' Quinn and Eleanor Fouids, Program Co-Chairmen. [235] College Jerry Erdahl The College Union is a building for the students and by the students. Containing the elements of a hotel, a restaurant and a community center, it is open to all students sixteen hours a day. The heart of the College Union, however, is not located in the steel and concrete of the building, but rather in the Union organization itself. The building is merely an instrument through which the Union idea is accomplished, and its success re- flects the combined efforts of ' tis Officers, Board of Directors, Board of Chairmen, Committees and Board of Advisers. The College Union Board of Directors puts the stamp of appr oval on the social budget and on the rules governing the use of the Union Building. It also sets College Union policy. The Board of Chairmen is composed of the stu- dent president, vice-president and secretary of the Union and the Chairmen of the sixteen standing committees. This board meets weekly. It critically analyzes all the programs of each committee and coordinates events that are sponsored jointly. The Union Committee is a proving ground for initiative, dependability, loyalty and tolerance. Since students graduating from college are fre- quently grade " A " technicians and grade " D " lead- ers, the Union ' s prime job is to teach the students to become effective leaders and citizens. Open to all students, the committee program is geared to teach them how to get along with other people and how to organize events ond ideas. The Board of Advisers is composed of faculty and staff member s who make themselves available to the committees for advice and gu ' dance. The scholastic courses on campus offer mastery of words, ideas and principles — the usual concept of a college education. The Union, however, offers practical experience in liking and working with people. Chreston Holoman Secretary Dot Morton Vice-President Chuck Abernethy President [236] Union BOARD OF ADVISERS Seated: )erry Erdahl. Mrs. Neill Briggs, Mrs. Peggy Fisher, Mrs. Martha Robinson. Alice Young. Al Farkas. Standing: John Mattox, Tom Mines, Al Crawford, Her- bert Simon, Burton Beers, John Raspberry, Harvey Bum- gardner. ■ i f ' ; :i BOARD OF DIRECTORS First row: James Barbot. Burton Beers, Chuck Aber- nethy, Dott Morton, Chreston Holoman, |ohn Buckner, Bob Abernethy. Second row: Archie Copeland, jerry Erdahl, David Barn- hardt. Bill Barksdale, George Howard, George Colton. Third row: Ron Poinsett, Fred Warren, Norman Yarber, E. L. Cloyd, jim May, |im Hunt. Ronald Sneed. 9 n n BOARD OF CHAIRMEN Seated: Ron Poinsetf. Chreston Holoman, Chuck Aber- nethy, Ellen Culler, Dot Morton, Ervin Humphries, George Colton, jim May. Standing: Paul Essex. )im Stevenson. Archie Copeland, )on Bell, Stan Timblin, Bob Abernethy, Preston Sasser, Bobby Emory, Charles Selden. [237] ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE FORUM COMMITTEE FILM COMMITTEE GAMES COMMITTEE HOBBY COMMITTEE HOSPITALIIT (.UMMiMiic DANCE COMMITTEE GALLERY COMMITTEE HOUSE COMMITTEE Young Men ' s Ml Staff: Oscar B. Wooldridge, Co- ordinator of Religious Affairs and General Secretary of the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Pictured above are most of the thirty-five members of the Y MCA. cabinet who are charged with the responsibility of carrying out the program. William C. Long, Associate Secre- tary of the Y.M.C.A. Finding itself in a campus society which is in o constont state of flux, the Y. M. C. A. strives to structure its program in such a way that the greatest possible number of students will benefit. Each new student generation is unique in its particular problems and creates new situations, and each new situation demands a different and relevant response. With on ear tuned to the pulse of the campus, the Y. M. C. A. strives to alter, diversify or amplify its program to meet these needs. Even though the problems of each student generation are unique, all stem from a common cause; thot being, the inner struggles and searching of man for a higher purpose in life and for a Higher Being who provides purpose for this life. The Y. M. C. A. has as its purpose the awakening ond birth of ideas and concepts within the student which will enable him to visualize his ploce and purpose as a Christian engineer, a Christian forester, a Chris- tian teacher or a Christian chemist. If the Y. M. C. A. con instill in the students the concept of their vocotion being on integral part of their overall Christian way of life, then its mission has been accomplished. On a technological campus where, unfortunately, much of the instruc- tion is done on a mass production basis and very little emphasis is put upon the worth of the individual, the Y. M. C. A. attempts to teach ethical, moral and religious values which emphasize the importance of the in- dividual. Here the Y. M. C. A. takes its stand against the possible danger of the student ' s being enveloped in a world of automation; lead- ing him to discover that the real values in life are virtues such as humility, fairness, sincerity, helpfulness, acceptance, and Christian con- cern. [240] Christian Association OFFICERS Reginald Ponder President Fred Manley Vice-President Gene Bostion Secretary Gene Butler „ Treasurer Study Croup: A dormitory discus- sion group. Vespers: The Danforth Chapel is open to students and faculty of all faiths. Pictured here is a vesper service. The Y.M.C.A. also cooperates with religious denomina- tions in the weekly noon services held on Wednesday in the Danforth Chapel. nter-dormitory Council Ronald Sneed President We, the representatives of the dormitories at North Carolina State College, in order to promote the physical, social, and moral wel- fare of dormitory residents and to stimulate a fraternal spirit of cooperation and progress among them, do ordain and establish this constitution for the Inter-Dormitory Council of North Carolina Stote College. ]ames Elsmore Vice-President Gerald Simmons Social Chairman Bill Pangle Athletic Director Leonard Dean Publicity Director Alan Phillips Secretary IDC CROUP COUNCIL [2421 Il « , I ' , i ' , t t 1, y IDC Ball Miss Shelba Walters for Ronald Sneed Mrs. Nancy Elsmore for James Elsmore Miss Carol Rouse for Gerald Simmons Mrs. Bill Pangle for Bill Pangle Miss Treva Wiggins for Leonard Dean Miss Virginia Cox for Thomas Hayworth Miss Carolyn Fussell for Thurman Fields Miss Joyce Skillman for Jim McKenzie [243] Alexander : ...:::s::saE ::r l joe Tardugno President Bill Poindexter Vice-President William James Secretary " You can find anything in the yellow pages. " ' Puzzle — find the Christmas tree. ' i : -4 " Strip Poker — Masie just lost. ' ' Don ' t hug me man — is this the station house. ' [244] Bagwell Bill Whitehurst Vice-President Thurman Fields President Wally Prince Secretary j!ifr- i ' ' fjiif ' — " Putting some balls on the tree " - " Cunsmoke time — U.S.A. ' — " Firehousc Five minus one " — " Greetings — from the Dean ' s office [245] Becton Phil Deans Vice-President James McKenzie President Beaman Scarboro Secretary — " Host and Hostess with the mostest on the ball. " Look man — she ' s taking it oH. ' " 30 lbs. of glue and 5,238 rolls of crepe paper later. " Honest, ma — it s just beer. ' [246] Berry Lee Cash President John Watts Vice-President " Slaves of the one-eyed monster " " Faces, 3 slide rules, 2 knives, and a grand slam " Fourth Tommy Narron Secretary Carroll Jones President Danny Mann Vice-President Webb Etheridge Social Director ' It got tough later " A " Man — what ' s going on in that phone booth? " [247] Gold James Lackey President lames Elsmore Vice-President Charles Nance Secretary EA T tr,LL ' •.a ' Number one Hoat " " Planning tonight ' s strategy ■--is, Stadium ■:«. John Barwick Vice-President Ed Smith President |oe Rogers Secretary Blackjack " Home — sweet — Home [248] Owen Bill Kirk Vice-President Carlton Duke Secretary lames Hendrick President Hl iiiii — " Only one to a customer " " Put something in the pot, boy " — " Aerial Soccer " " That proves it — three out of four State men drive Chevrolets [249] Syme " HOME OF AMPLE PARKING " Fred Toney Vice-President Garland Warren President Carl Toney Secretary ' StSYMr PORM. SI-lS l i ' ■ ' r:, ' ..■ ' ■ - ' : . ' -J jf ' ' ' — " All squared away " What ' s in a name? " ' Pipe and slippers — without the ptpe Cards are popular this year — aren t they? [250] Tom Hayworth Vice-President Ronald Sneed President- Leonard Dean Secretary Tucker " Coach Edwards and Family " The Henchmen " " Chez Gourmet " Did we scalp them? " [251] Turlington John Curley Vice-President Julian Capps President Peter Nohl Secretary I positively must get organized tomorrow " " Exam time " Pardon me — but is my stomach hurting your foot? " ' Everybody ' s doing it " [252] Watauga ' ■i . Lynn Eu Vice-Prc Earl Car Presiden Ben Bra Secretar sident penter t wning y ti ■ " ttisfitti u. 1 ' 2 ' S- ' s ' -sP ' rn Kiii 9 3 ■ » t j!!n x " Yogi Demonstration " " The Intellectuals ' Welch " Throiwing in the sponge " " Check " [253] Vetville Mayor N. G. Yarber Secretary-Treasurer Bruce Cox Sheriff Frank Smith Fire Marshal Max Powell Council Publicity Directors Joan Smith, Marilyn Yarber Athletic Directors P. B. Johnson, Joe Jones Aldermen Bob Hutchins, Norwood Keel, John Funderburg, Charles Snyder Asa Manning, Joe Bordeoux ' i vJi- States Mates Refreshment Committee Eight Committee Chairmen n f 1 i fm i| ■ rl Pl « i 1 1 Sponsors: Mrs. M, E. Senger, Mrs. ). F. Doggett OFFICERS President Mrs. M. Funderburg Vice-President Mrs. N. Borden Secretary Mrs. N. Cobb Treasurer Mrs. M. Gurley Parliamentarian Mrs. M. Depoe Auditor Mrs. J. Gentry Christmas Program Card Party Veterans ' Association The North Carolina State Veterans ' Association, or- ganized in October 1953, has been actively associated with student programs, functions, and social events from its birth. Membership in the group now approximates 600 veterans and each new semester swells the rolls. Common interest in yearly planned programs including such items as Veterans ' Association sponsored dances. stag socials, school projects and inter-group student octivities has done much to create o feeling of friend- ship within the Association. An active participation in every student problem of major importance has con- tributed much to make the name of the Veterans ' As- sociation well known on this campus. Wyndham Clarke Secretary Harris L. Johnson President [256] The Monogram Club The purposes of the Monogram Club ore to recognize through a student organization those men who have eorned a monogram, in accordance with the regulations at N. C. State College Athletic Council, in competitive othletics ot N. C. State College; to foster good fellow- ship among monogram winners; to promote a high stand- ard of intercollegiate athletics and the spirit in which they are conducted; to encourage ideals of good sports- manship among athletes and spectators in the best interest of North Carolina State College. OFFICERS President Jim Walch Vice-President Joe Rodri Recording Secretary Jay Beacon Membership Secretary Tom Hayworth Treasurer Dick DeAngelis Sergeant-at-Arms John Collar Reporter Max Pruzan [257] Robert A. Barnes Director Nels Leonard, jr. Assistant Director Music Department The Music Department under the direction of Robert A. Barnes and Nels Leonard, Jr. embraces the activities of the State College Bands, The Brass Ensemble, The Men ' s Glee Club, The Chapel Choir and the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra. Since the early days of North Carolina State College, its musical or- ganizations hove played on important place in the life of the campus. These groups present concerts, furnish music for official college functions and perform at athletic events. The organizotions include the Symphonic Bond, the Fanfare Brass Ensemble, the Marching Bond, the ROTC Bond, the Men ' s Glee Club, the Chapel Choir and the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra. Eoch of the groups present concerts on and off campus and on TV and Radio. The combined membership of these organizations constitutes the largest voluntory student organization on the campus. The student who spends a great deal of time studying, finds music to be o very stimulating activity. Participation in music helps the student to maintain a heolthy attitude toward college and toward life in general. OFFICERS President Russell G. Coshwell Vice-President Richord J. Coshwell Secretary -Treasurer Robert P. Buchonnon Business Manager James W. Lineberger Librorion Bill D. Todd Accompanist Joe E. Dixon The Symphonic Band The Marching Band Fanfare Brass Ensemble The Clee Club OFFICERS— 1957 President Vice-President Secretory-Treosurer -Hobart A. Whitmon James W. Byrd -Robert L. Thornburg Business Manager Mark R. Schiff Public Relations Manager Stacy M. Authry Librarian John Welch Mu Beta Psi Alpha Chapter of Mu Beta Psi was organized on the N. C. State College Campus in 1952. The aims of Mu Beta Psi are to foster better fellowship among the various musical organizations both on the campus and between musicians in other colleges, and to advance music to its proper place as an educotional subject. MU BETA PSI sponsors concerts by the College Band, Glee Club, and Orchestra and coordinates the musical activities on the State College campus. OFFICERS David Haworth President Robert Whitman Secretary Bill Moxley Treasurer Mr. R. A. Barnes Faculty Adviser ; ' k ' ' -h Air Force The Air Force ROTC at State has a dual mission which can be best explained by reference to the two parts of the training program, Basic and Advanced. The Basic course provides fundamental military train- ing for freshmen and sophomores. This course is one of the branches of ROTC in which all physically qualified students except veterans at State are required to take. This training provides not only an elementary knowledge of military organization and customs, and the Air Force and Air Power, as a platform for continuance in the Ad- vanced course but knowledge of the Air Age and National Defense which is so important with the world as it is today. The Advanced course, for selected and volunteer jun- iors and seniors, provides more intensified academic training in subjects pertaining to Air Force organization mission and operations. The academic and leadership training programs of this course are designed to qualify graduates for commission as 2nd Lieutenants in the Air Force Reserve and for immediate tours of active duty with the Air Force. Throughout the program of training, a primory objective is to develop these qualities of chor- acter and temperament which will meon so much to the graduate ' s success in both military and civilian careers. Colonel James F. Risher Professor of Air Science and Tactics Major N. S. Hays, Major H. B. McCullough, Major V. L. Nunenkamr. Major F. S. Covey, Capt. Q. M. Lewis, Capf. C. P. McSweeney, Capt. M. E. A varado, Capt. R. L. Carroll. 1st Lt. ). B. Fink J fl M Sgt. N. Dail, M Sgt. A. B. McCallum, M Sgt. R. L. Murphy, T Sgt. C. C. Montgomery, T Sgt. W. M. Whittington, S Sgt. F. Townsend, S Sgt. C. E. Winecoff. Wing Staff Cadet Col. Robert P. Kennel Wing Commander Cadet Lt. Col. John N. Birch Deputy Wing Commander Cadet Lt. Col. Richard P. Westmoreland Director of Personnel Cadet Lt. Col. Moses P. Davis Director of Operations and Training Cadet Lt. Col. Benjomin H. Bornette Inspector General Cadet Lt. Col. John L. Kirk Adjutant Cadet Lt. Col. William E. McGee .Director of Material Cadet Major John D. Bernhardt I.S.O. Officer Cadet M Sgt. Ray E. Morgan Wing Sergeant Major Cadet T Sgt. William W. Gardner Assistant Wing Sergeant Major Cadet T Sgt. Hoyt M. Hackney Wing Clerk Cadet T Sgt. Rolfe Reusing Wing Clerk Miss Jean Hargett For the Wing Commander Birch Westmoreland Davis Morgan Hackney Barnette Kirk Earnhardt McCee Gardner Reusing ' P ' i BI «: s MOtMrnM First Group Staff Lt. Col. Bob D. Deans Croup Commander Miss Alma Daughtridge For the Croup Commander .«iikii . Ji Major Walter F. Clement Deputy Commander Capt. )ohn V. Teague Adjutant 1 l THE MARCHING AIRMEN A Squadron Major Gerald H. Parker Capt. Robert F. Latham M Sgt. Carroll C. Allen Squadron Commander Deputy Commander 1st Sergeant Miss Linda Smith Sponsor 1st Lt. Lee W. Cash 1st Lt. Homer S. Brown I 1st Lt. William ). Boone V -c. .- viSK 1st Lt. Doug M. lurney 1st Lt. Emmitt M. Honeycutt 1st Lt. George W. Brown Squadron • ; Miss Roda Williams Sponsor Major Martin B. King Squadron Commander Capt. Stephen C. Wuamett Deputy Commander M Sgt. Rodney Dixon 1st Sergeant C Squadron Major Harry W. Ingold Capt. Edgar W. Smith M Sgt. John E. Fletcher Squadron Commander Deputy Commander 1st Sergeant Miss Gloria Daoud Sponsor Isf Lt. lulan M. Capps 1st Lt. Benjamin C. Rush 1st Lt. Philip M. Deans 1st Lt. Roy E. Fisher 1st Lt. George E. Hunsuckcr 1st Lt. Joseph A. DuBois Squadron Miss Eleanor Bowden Sponsor Major Hugh M. Miller Squadron Commander Capt. Robert L. Barnhart Deputy Commander M Sgt. Charles R. Griffin 1st Sergeant MILITARY TRAINING LAB Major Lloyd M. Hedgepeth Deputy Commander Capt. Richard N. Curley Adjutant Second Group Staff Mrs. lean N. Thompson For the Croup Commander Lt. Col. Donald M. Thompson Croup Commander [269] 1st Lt. Ivey E. Williamson 1st Lt. Sherrill C. Laney 1st Lt. Frankln M. Johnson Squadron Miss Sarah Lyn Parker Sponsor Major Edgar F. Davis Squadron Commander Capt. Robert P. Kellar Deputy Commander M Sgt. James Lassiter 1st Sergeant Major James C. Rogers Squadron Commander Capt. Roy H. Campbell Deputy Commander M Sgt. )immy D. Lee 1st Sergeant Miss Betty Thompson Sponsor P Squadro N 1st Lt. Joseph L. Hannah Ist Lt. Tommy A. Saieed 1st Lt. lames L. Raper Jf; ■». i: ' - ' ' ' ' ' l ' ;. iivr 1st L». Victor D Rackley ht Lt. lames J. Piver 1st Lt. Frank H. Mitchell G Squadron Miss Fay Batts Sponsor Major lames M. Davis Squadron Commander Capt. Robert H. Harris Deputy Commander M Sgt. Archie Melchor 1st Sergeant Major Carroll C. )ones Squadron Commander Capt. Larry W. Welker Deputy Commander M 5gt. Garland F. Pierce 1st Sergeant H Squadron ff -s Mrs. Elizabeth Welker Sponsor 1st Lt. Ronald C. Conrad 1st Lt. Fred M. Scott 1st Lt. Calvin C. Anderson Third Group Staff Lt. Col. James W. Harrill Croup Commander Mrs, Alice Harrill For the Croup Commander Major Larry H. Roystcr Deputy Commander Capt. Victor A. )ones Adjutant r ' -t ♦• COMBINED ROTC BAND Major William A. Graham Squadron Commander Capt. Robert L. Wilkins Deputy Commander M Sgt. Horace R. Elzey 1st Sergeant Miss Susan Tuggle Sponsor I Squadron 1st Lt. Robert R. Womack 1st Lt. Mason L. Carroll 1st Lt. John W. Brown 1st Lt. George M Colton 1st Lt. Eugene E Smith 1st Lt. Otis C. Morgan IC Squadron Miss Norma |can Daugherty Sponsor Major Richard 0. Grant Squadron Commander Capt. Franklin D. Windley Deputy Commander M Sgt. Bobby Y. Emory 1st Sergeant Major joe B. Cochran Squadron Commander Capt. loseph D. Haney Deputy Commander M Sgt. Joseph K. Spiers tst Sergeant L Squadron Miss Leda Hornstein Sponsor 1st Lt. Ronald L. Savage 1st Lt. Henry L. Tucker 1st Lt. Albert C. Purvis 1st Lt. Robert E Wardsworth 1st Lt. Arza D. Patterson 1st Lt. Winfred A. Heath Squadron Miss loanne May Sponsor Major Joseph L. Hughes Squadron Commander Capt. George K. Miller Deputy Commander M Sgt. leffiey Wcav.l 1st Sergeant A FUTURE OFFICER 4 MM T Sgt. D. S. Cross HOP JTtPBW . BI T Sgt. P. Canies B Sqd. | ff " " f - - I ' A r Sgt. ). D. Ellenberg ______C Sqd. P s. ' -■ " 1 C- , T Sgt. K. E. Elliott - C Sqd. l ' ' A T Sgt. E. M. Friar C Sqd. ,A k « i - _ . __ , T Sgt. ). A. Sprinkle D Sqd T Sgt. E. C. Meares E Sqd T Sgt. L. B. Keech E Sqd. M « fc ' € T Sgt. S. M. Autry F Sqd. j! " , W ' I - " i- T Sgt. C. ). Leatherman F Sqd. L V " . » V " " T Sgt. W. T. Poteat F Sqd - . :: r-n i. e T Sgt. W. P. Rodgers H Sqd T Sgt. R. C. Roughton I Sqd. T Sgt. M. C. Simpler K Sqd. •»! •f ' " I - " " ' T Sgt. C. C. Sasser K Sqd. L- ' 1 ' [279] Arnold Air Society in the summer of 1947, the Arnold Air Society was es- tablished as an honorary organization for third and fourth year students. The society was named in honor of the late General W. H. " Hop " Arnold by a unanimous de- cision of the founders. The Arnold Air Society has a strong national constitu- tion and its preamble illustrates the reasons for its founding and whot the founders expected of the organi- zation. " We, the members of Arnold Air Society, in order to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of National Defense, promote American Citizenship, create a close ond more efficient relationship among the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Cadets do hereby estab- lish this Constitution. " Miss Georgia Farmer Sponsor V. D. Rackley W. E. McGee Commander Executive Officer Barnette Campbell Cash Colton Fisher Harrlll Hedgepeth Jones King Royster Anderson Boone Cross Dean Dixon Fletcher Friar Gardner Hamner Jurney Raper Roughton Rush Saieed Scott Grant Thompson DuBois Laney Simpler Harris Westmoreland Ellenburg Lassiter Spiers Honeycutt lones Elliot Lee Tucker Hannah Allen Elzey Miller Wilkins i n I - - ' f KF W 1 , - ) AFROTC Drill Team Major W. E. Hammer Commander Capt. L. B. Worthington, Jr. Deputy Commander M Sgt. ). A. Gardner 1st Sergeant Miss Ann Stevens Sponsor ■ AIR SCIENCE I: Anderson, Armstrong, Barclift, Bridger, Colombo, Cooke, Cribb, Dowdy, Elam, Grant, Gupton, Harris, Harris, Hogg, Hunter, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Maness, Mason, Shannon. Smith, Sullivan, Thames, Tilley, Towe, Tourtellot, Whisenant, Wilfong, Wilson. AIR SCIENCE II: Batten, Booker. Cochrane. Conley. Gardner, Goodwin, Johnson, Krimminger. Mauldin. Puett. Spence. Spivey. [281] Distinguished Military Students Bornette, Miller, Barnhardt, Grant, Ingold, Latham, Kennel, Royster, Davis, Hedgepeth, Birch, Kirk, Harrill, Westmoreland. 1 fi ' Air Force Color Guard T Sgt. R. D. Bragossa T Sgt. W. R. Conley T Sgt. T. G. Hogg T Sgt. T. W. Krimmingcr Air Force Summer Camp THEN THERE WAS THE TIME MUST BE SOME MISTAKE! MT IS THIS? NAVY OR AIR FORCE. HE MISSED HIS VOCATION! PULL YOUR PANTS UP, SONNY!! SURVIVAL SCHOOL McDILL A.F.B. WHAT ' S WITH THESE GUYS? Army With the world situation as it is today, there is a great need for men who have some previous military training. The Army ROTC has for its purpose this training of stu- dents for positions of leadership in the Army, so that these young men can fulfill this obligation as officers. In this manner, the student becomes more valuable to his country by utilizing his college trained technical ability in positions of responsibility. At the same time, he benefits himself to a much greater extent. The success- ful completion of a four-year course in Army ROTC leads to a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Re- serve. In the classroom, emphasis is placed on giving the prospective officer a general background knowledge of military subjects and activities and services. Maximum effort is made to arouse the student ' s interest through the use of weapons, illustrations, training films, practical exercises, and models. Drill and exercise of command facilitate development of those essential characteristics of leadership such as self-confidence, initiative, loyalty, and the ability to think clearly, make wise decisions, and inspire others to work for the success of any endeavor. This leodership training will also aid the individual in his chosen civilian career and in becoming a leader for the betterment of his home community. Colonel L. W. Merrian Professor of Military Science and Tactics Lt. Col. |. A. McCulloch Lt. Col. H. ). Pierce Maj. V. B. Drum Maj. R. A. Tolar Maj. T. R. Spinella Capt. E. M. Reid Capt. E. B. Turner Capt. P. B. McLeod Capt. R. M. Isham M Sgt. R. H. Nash M Sgt. T. ]. Denton SFC W. L Wingate SFC R. W Ollenberger SFC R. N. Heuser SFC W. H. Luncetord Sgt. L. C. Harrey Sgt. E. D. Bill m fliSi Regimental Staff Cadet Lt. Col. George R. Howard Regimental Executive Officer Cadet Maior Richard J. Cashwell Regimental SI Codet Major Paul W. Bailey Regimental P. I. 0. Cadet Major Robert L. McGarr Regimental S-3 Cadet M Sgt. John D. Clark Regimental Sergeant Major Cadet SFC Robert M. Neely Regimental Clerk Cadet Col. Theo. C. Pilkington Regimental Commander ttih Howard Cashwell H Bailey McCar Clark Neely Mrs. Janet Pilkington For the Regimental Commander First Battalion Staff Lt. Col. Robert C. Lyne Battalion Commander Miss Ann McPhail For the Battalion Commander .M LM Capt. Robert W. Swain Adjutant Capt. A. Stuart Hart Battalion P. 1.0. THE BUGLE CALLS THEM TO DRILL. Major Harry Osborne Company Commander Capt. Joseph A. Beacon Executive Officer M Sgt. John B. Jones 1st Sergeant Miss Charlene Fox Sponsor A COMPAN Y y - • Isf Lt. Ernest L. Ross 1st Lt. Burl J. Washam 1st Lt. Vincent W. Malley 1st Lf. Gerald D. Simmons 1st Lt. Alfred W, Donegan .; 1st Lt. Robert D. Weatherly Fsat. Company Miss Mary Leggett Browning Sponsor Major David B. Browning Company Commander Capt. Donald W. Bean Executive Officer M Sgt. Bobby Kemp 1st Sergeant f iRi-ij 1 j " ii 4-j M J Major Raymond D. Nelson Company Commander Capt. Hugh R. Lindsley Executive Officer M Sgt. George D. Self 1st Sergeant Mrs. Douglas Nelson Sponsor C Company 1st Lt. William C. Holoman 1st Lt. Sherrill K. Brinkley 1st Lt. Charles A. Willis 1st Lt. Francis N. Tokar 1st Lt. Harry D |ohnson 1st Lt Eugene E. Thompson 7 Miss Susie Parsons Sponsor Company ftBfe Li Major Charles N. O ' Quinn Company Commander Capt. Hamilton Erwin Executive Officer M Sgt. William B. Kay 1st Sergeant hm ' f ' THE BEST PART OF THE DRILL Second Battalion Staff Major Ormand K. Moore Capt. James L. Knowles Battalion Executive Officer Battalion S-1 2nd Lt. Robert E. Powell Battalion S-2 Miss Jean Proctor For the Battalion Commander i g 1 f 1 — flfe . B A k ! 1 1 p i Lt. Col. Teddy C. Allen Battalion Commander [291] Isf Lt. Heywood B. Houtz 1st Lt. Charles H. Mateer 1st Lt. Bob L. Moore Company Miss Jean Jordan Sponsor Major Samuel F. Austin Company Commander Capt. )ohn C. Heath Executive Officer M Sgt. Edward Gibbon 1st Sergeant I " r— r— «5 ■ lt ' MmiMm. Major William M. Whitehurst Capt. Thurman M. Fields Company Commander Executive Officer M Sgt. Don P. Manning 1st Sergeant Miss Polly Goodwin Sponsor P Company 1st Lt. Harry L. Neely ht Lt. loseph Creazzo 1st Lt. William A. Mills 1st Lt. Charles M. Houser 1st Lt. Ronald A. Brown 1st Lt, Ostia R. Scit Miss Carolyn Hatley Sponsor G Company Major Oscar E. Hatley Company Commander Capt. Duncan D Chappell Executive Officer M Sgt. Jerry Willis 1st Sergeant ji I iiW4—as ■p»3 " :»- -iMraatiWifiBW?. Major Leonard F. Dean Company Commander Capt. Marion R. Poole Executive Officer M Sgt. Frani( M. Alley 1st Sergeant Miss Treva Wiggins Sponsor H Co MPANY 1st Lt. William E. Brown 1st Lt. Julius T. Compton 1st Lt. William C. Roberson Third Bahalion Staff Lt. Col. C. Warren Stephenson Battalion Commander Miss Kay Felton For the Battalion Commander Major Ferman L. Walker Capt. Ralph L. Cilland Battalion Executive Officer Battalion S-i Capt. )ohn E. Hoover Battalion S-2 THIS BUTT IS RUSTY, MISTER! Major Donald M. Sutton Company Commander Capt. Stanley B. Berman Executive Officer M Sgt. Larry S. Kerr Isf Sergeant I Company Mrs. David A. Poole Sponsor 1st Lt. Roy P. Lathrop 1st Lt. David A. Poole 1st Lt. Ralph |. Parker 1st Lt. Donald Wayne Memory 1st Lt. Harold E. Phillips 1st Lt. Robert F. Shipman Mrs. Sophie Kametches Sponsor IC Company Major William C. Townsend Capt. Chris L. Kametches Company Commander Executive Officer M Sgt. John Maness 1st Sergeant I TT Major Charles T. Anderson Company Commander Capt. Richmond P. Boyden Executive Officer M Sgt. Hugh E. Simmons 1st Sergeant Mrs. Charles D. Andrews Sponsor L Co MPANY 1st Lt. Maurice S. Emmart 1st Lt. Thomas L. Hayworth Ist Lt. Lawrence J. Speizman Ist Lt Kenneth R. Benton 1st Lt. Charles W. Boyette 1st Lt. William D. Smith Company Miss Alyce Fahey Sponsor Ilk m£ A Major Richard B. Coudie Company Commander Capt. Robert L. Edwards Executive Otticer M Sgt. Hugh M. Lupoid 1st Sergeant V-FORMATION WITH THE QUEEN ANN SALUTE. 2nd Lt. C. W. Coolsby A Co. 2nd Lt. R. ). Tanen A Co. SFC H. L. Nicholson A Co. M Sgt. B. T. Hainley A Co. SFC M. D. Soloman A Co. Sgt. D. A. Smith A Co. 1st Lt. ). E. Parlier B Co. 2nd Lt. W. R. Ballard B Co. 2nd Lt. D. F. Weinstein B Co. SFC F. W. Croft B Co. SFC ). C. Quickel B Co. SFC W. R. Knowles B Co. SFC M. W. Barbour B Co. Sgt. N. H. Perry B Co. 2nd Lt. B. S. Clodfelter C Co. SFC C. K. Hinson C Co. SFC ). W. Sanders C Co. SFC ). D. Ladd C Co. f Sgt. |. C. Chambers C Co. SFC W. H. Harwell C Co. M Sgt. |. A. Horton D Co. SFC E. S. Patterson D Co. SFC. C. R. Younts .- D Co. SFC J. P. Clardy _ D Co. [301] SFC W. A. Hall SFC ). E. McBride SFC D. H. Williamson 2nd Lt. W. B. Crook SFC S. P. Britt SFC L. Harris W ' P m r ' if r VL IP ' W W ( v T ' r M Sgt. ). E. Shepherd SFC C. W. Hammer SFC L. C. Poole SFC D. W. Ryan SFC |. S. MacRae 2nd Lt. L. L. Misenheimer D Co. D Co. D Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. E Co. F Co. SFC L. P. Bauer F Co. SFC ). B. Taylor F Co. M Sgt. ). M. Bell F Co. M Sgt W. E. Shaw C Co. M Sgt. N. C. Samet C Co. SFC P. M. Thoma C Co. SFC |. A. Warren C Co. SFC C. M. Greene C Co. 2nd Lt. C. R. livatode H Co. SFC L. |. Rogers H Co. M Sgt. |. L. West H Co. SFC ). C. Formy- Duval H Co. SFC R. L. McDonald H Co. SFC T. W. Wyke H Co. SFC L. H. Overton H Co. SFC C. A. Clippard H Co. 2nd Lt. |. V. Mageean I Co. 2nd Lt. R. C. Hunter I Co. M Sgt. |. E. Stegall I Co. M Sgt. W. B. Porter I Co. SFC W. C. Farmer I Co. SFC W. A. Hammond I Co. SFC ). E. Ward I Co. 2nd Lt. T. E. Carpenter K Co. SFC |. L Etheridge K Co. SFC ). L. Huntley K Co. SFC B. H. Webb K Co. SFC C. A. Ebhardt K Co. SFC D. L. Saunders K Co. SFC H. A. Williams K Co. M Sgt. R. F. Hibbard L Co. M Sgt. |. L. Sales L Co. SFC W. M. Smith L Co. SFC D E. Lingle L Co. SFC R. M. McAdams L Co. 2nd Lt. C. C. Tate M Co. M Sgt. W. R. Barnes M Co. M Sgt. M. E Miller M Co. M Sgt. R. W. Rollins M Co. SFC R. E. Ernull M Co. SFC |. D. Inman M Co. SFC C. D. Readling M Co. [302] Drum and Bugle Miss Clara |ean Minton Sponsor Major lames R. Misenheimer Commander M Sgt. Watson L. Burts Drum Major MS III: Holt, Lennon, Valentine. MS II: Austin, Benson, Brown, Capps, Coburn, Davis, Green, Hager, Henderson, Hewett, Kimery, Lohr, Moss, Page, Petric, Price, Redden, Stevens, Walton, Waters, Welch, Woodard. MS I: Ashbaugh, Bracey, Burleson, Campbell, Gentry, Grubb, Hamrick, Hardison, Mollis, Holt, Lassiter. Mottitt, Parrish, Pendergraft, Rouse, Smith, Stallings, Williams. [303] Scabbard and Blade Robert L. McCarr Commander |oe B. Cochran Executive Officer Miss Rett Weston Sponsor Allen Bean Berman Clement Conrad Fields Fortin Hatley Heath Holoman Howard Johnson Kametches Mateer Mills Misenheimer, L. Misenheimer, |. Moxley Nelson Pilkington Poole Robertson Smith Swain Thompson Waike: Alley Hamncr Morgan Scott Farmer Hammer Hammond Hibbord Holt Maness McDonald Sanders Shepard Smathers Thoma Valentine Warren Whitehurst Willis in fS I 0 [304] Pershing Rifles The Pershing Rifles is a notional militory society, named for General John J. Pershing. Its aim is the pro- motion of high military training and leadership in ROTC units of the colleges and universities of the United States through participation in a national organization which stands for the highest militory and leadership qualities. The North Carolina State College Chapter is Company L of the 4th Regiment. The Pershing Rifles membership is composed of cadets who have proven themselves superior in leadership, aca- demics and military bearing as members of the Cadets Corps. The activities of the organization are: drill and parade exhibitions, social participation as a unit, demon- strations for the Regimental and Notional Drill meets and exhibition drill throughout North Carolina and neigh- boring states. Miss Shelby |. Webster Sponsor Major ). B. Fortin, )r. Commander Capt. S. T. Smathers Executive Officer MS III: Lenon, Braswell. MS II: Faw, Rickell, Stainback, Faircloth, Moore, Propst, Corkern. Drake, Sugg, Witzke, Brown, Long, Scott, Atkins, Field, Cuffey. Kolodii, Perseghin, Bitting, Kozewski, Chiles, Johnson, Kahl, Singletary. MS I: Carter, Pamplin, Puett, Carter, Moore, Shoemaker. Distinguished Military Students McGorr, Williams, Browning, Osborne, Nelson, Alien, Coshwell, Stephenson, Howord, Lyne, Pilkington, Sutton, Fortin. Army Color Guard Sgt, H, F. Reinhordt M Sgt. G. A. BoQtwright Sgt. R. G. Richardson Sgt. J. R. Gorrette Sgt. W. Smoak Army Summer Camp SUMMER UNIFORM. EVERYONE WANTS TO RIDE. THIS IS A CAME. jad A llw jfllfc k I. C. B. M. STICK EM UP! COMBAT TACTICS C. I. lOE P J ,. 7- P irolina tatt ' i Qaruiu (tM »ta Qaroli v ' ' Vli. I .-M !£.J f Hi. % " ■ ' «•■ iiitu Btatt tmUm n A il OEPaGSOCDOGD©© J J George Howard President Bob Gardner Vice-President Larry Carter Secretary Dave Weinstein Treasurer The Interfraternify Council wos organized in the spring of 1931 through the efforts of the College Adminislrotion and the fraternity leoders. The purpose of the Council is " to advance the interests of North Carolina State College, to promote the general interests and welfare of the associoted fra- ternities as a body, and to insure co-operation between them in their relations with the faculty, student bcdy, and the public in general. " The Council is composed of two representatives from each chapter, elected by the chopter. As the social feature of the college year, the Council sponsors two dances — the Pledge Dance in the fall semester and Spring Greeks. Interfraternity Council [3101 Anderson Bass Beck Bond Boswcll Brinkley Carpenter Davis Deal Deans Farley Fuller Caines Goodman Cunter Johnstone Kennel Kerr l.cvine Mateer Minter Myers Rose Schultz Sharpe Stephenson Sykes Tanen Thompson Thomas Townsend Westmoreland Younts [311] ' C)ane LatoHcociL Sigma Nu Kappa Sigma iIjc cvU- ' y o } ■ lZe 2lc.- Q Alpha Gamma Rho l ( Z. -y (O C - . ' ' ' Tou Kappa Epsi on " W Theta Chi X 4 Ay Phi Kappa Tau Sigma Phi Epsiion :J a v xj „ £ -r Sigma Chi Ai-AL Sigma Alpha Mu Pi Kappa Phi :2-e rZ Sigma Alpha Epsilon jLr, y6 ca.n4L( %Ua:6ec J FarmHouse 4. ' -jif iC Kappa Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha n 9 ' r.i " a J O-A fL Delia Sigma Phi a Qjyr7 i e Phi Epsilon Pi Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Pi I. F. C. Pledge Dance Alpha Gamma Rho OFFICERS Guy Townsend President Clair Morris Vice -President Larry Patterson Secretary Bill Jasper Treasurer Pledge Class Fake Nu Chapter w H Guy Townsend Alpha Gamma Rho wa Its purpose is to develo and physical qualiti wider acquaintaiu£ of agricultural ifien th ganization. Thet B no 18,000 members. Nu Chapter wa the high aims of N and activities which velop. The soojo activ Christmas FormTA Ball, and beach parties. ded in 1904 at Ohio State. est social, mental, moral, ther and to promote a look on the part in a national or- lapters with over n r th 15, 1919. One of s oyrstanding scholarship s are expected to de- mciudfi pledge parties, nquet. Pink Rose Jasper Morris Patterson Teddy Allen Marvin Aycock, jr. |ohn Barwick Julian Baucom Larry Baxter lames Beck Sherrill Bryant William Carrigan Carlton Davis Edgar Davis William Farrow Carl Gentry James Hill, )r. William jasper James Knowles. |r. Earl Mcllwean, )r. Austen Merrick Clair Morris, Jr. Maurice Oliver Harvey Page Emmett Patterson Glenn Patterson Larry Patterson Kirby Pitts Robert Proctor William Smith George Spence Samuel Yow [323] Billy Ayscue Bill Bailey Howard Bollinger Gene Bostian David Bramlett Norman Brickhouse Cecil Brooks Al Brown Caylord French Thomas Cilmore OIlie Cupton William Haynes Thomas Hayworth William Johnson Benjamin KIttrell Ralph Leonard Robert Leonard johnny McClamery Glenn Moore Clay Price James Punch David Smith Kcnnelh Summerville Chrs Tabor John Teague Bruce Teasley Ronnie Tharrington Tommy Tharrington Bob Weatherly Charles Younts [324] FarmHouse Shcrrill Brinklcy FarmHouse is a national, non-Greek letter, social fraternity. The first chapter was established in 1905 at the University of Missouri. Seven men conceived the idea of FarmHouse at Missouri, having in mind the de- velopment of a social f high morals, develop o strive for high scholasti home for worth With these de " Builder of Men The national active chapters, carry out the Each year aim ship among the campus es. The North Caro ' installed on May 15, 1? the thirteenth chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity. Since its beginning on the State College Campus in 1952, the organization has gained prestige through demonstrated ability in scholarship, leadership, intramurals, and joint fraternity functions. which would maintain ng leadership qualities, evements and provide a while in college. ach, the motto, e fraternity. now includes 16 ove continued to mother chapter. first in scholar- fi their respective Club was formally ruJ received its charter as OFFICERS Sherrill Brinkley John Teague Billy Ayscuc Robert Leonard President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Class Formal Dinner!! FarmHouse Ayscue Teague Leonard Kappa Alpha OFFICERS George Howard Number I Jake Heath Number II Ernest Anderson Numbers III IV Ceorge Howard Alpha Omc?3 Kappa Alpha : fln ljefl University in l Sto petpi gentlemanly -l fferacter spiritual fou- of knighthoo ioj i to the discip Southern ge colleges an At present t. Omega Ch College in the c annual ton and Lee { ihe M ztn ideal of by fi fr E. Lee, its i$,ptDtterfned:on an order ' exp €d to conform le graces of its field to Dixon Line. rder. Alpha olina State rnity on •is the i " iPPC Anderson Heath [326] Ernest Anderson Howard Baucom David Bourne John Brown Robert Clement lames Crutchfield Bachman Doar Frank Dunn Charles Eskridge, |r. Oscar Grant, Jr. Layton Cunter, Jr. Cecil Hamilton Charles Harding Richard Harvey John Heath James Houser George Howard William Johnstone Marshall Miller. Jr. Charles Nixon, |r. ). M. ONeal Peter Ringgold Frederick Roberts, Jr. William Roberts John Ross, jr. Gary Schultz Eugene Smith David Tousignant Carl Wall Henry Young III [327] loseph Archie, )r. Robert Asher, Jr. lames Barnes Fred Barnette, )r. Lrnwood Bond Waring Boys Dudley Bryant III Roddie Crosby Phillip Daniels William Duke Blair Ellis William Evans Allan Heath Ronald Hulse. Jr. Kenneth Loughlin. Jr. David Mathews, Jr. Gene McCracken Arthur McLean Robert Neely George O ' Brien Keith Pooser, Jr. Thomas Powell III Robert Rankin Stephen Royal Robert Sm th James Taylor, Jr. Percy Thackston Elvey Thomas Harrison Underwood, Jr. John Wyman [328] Kappa Sigma Rudy Johnstone Kappa Sigma origi in 1400 and soon sp sities of Europe. On D and Brothers " formed Kappa Sigma at th has grown un state. There are chapters. Bete Up oi CI) State Co ' has initio University of Bologna of the larger univer- 1869, the " Five Friends st American Chapter of irginio. Kappa Sigma opter in every ni and 129 active campus of at time it Neely Thackston Heath OFFICERS Rudy Johnstone Percy Thackston Allen Heath Bob Neely President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Class Kappa Sig Party Beta-Upsilon —a— i ' miiJK ' . H« . Lambda Chi Alpha OFFICERS Tom Anderson President Fred Pearson Vice-President Roger Briscoe Secretary Bob Rogers Treasurer Pledge Class Pledge on Trial Gamma Upsilon Tom Anderson highlight the Spring ters in North Carolin JSQU mbda Chi national rominent e " Cross published chapters ke Forest the State ■ 400 men e annual as party lildren. A II held in Chi chap- Pearson Briscoe Rogers Tom Anderson |ohn Briscoe Duncan Chappell Richard Clapp Ray Cronin Charles Hagwood Wilfred Hammond Lyman Harris, )r. Clarence Herman Larry Kerr Calvin Lassifer, |r. lames Lassiter Frederick Pearson Robert Rogers Robert Royster, Jr. Sam Smathers James Spence III Jack Stafford Peter Thoma Edward Triebe [331] Stanley Bcrman Alfred Hofmann Nathan Isaacson Mark Laurie Henry Miller Robert Myers James Oggcrino Murray Penney Bernard Plaxen Leon Rundbaken Henry Saffer Robert Simons Robert Tanen Charles Tanner III Sy Thum [332] Phi Epsilon Pi Bob Tanen lO- In June of 1949 was chartered into Pi. Phi Epsilon the principles of ism. These id a strong broth Today the scholastic r leader in ext Phi Epsilon Tau, ty, Phi Epsilon in 1947 under nd nonsectarion- weld together roud of its high campus as a Simons Berman Myers OFFICERS Bob Tanen President Stan Berman Vice-President Bob Myers Secretary Bob Simons Pledge Trainer Pledge Class Calypso Party Phi Ep House Phi Kappa Tau OFFICERS Don Rose Buddy Asbill Ralph Parker Pledge Class Serenade Chi Chapter President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Don Rose On March 17, 1906, in Oxford, Ohio, decid political monopoly Qiir ne Tou. A relatively 9M ' n( o sixty fifty -two yea MM(?bM ' n( sixty-five chalrertV " - ' ' ■ Phi Kappa ii ideals of m truth. It hJ scholarship t)o( o Locallj( l forty-five D?Wil nB); on Home Street i: living. ts at Miami University e action to break up o uTi tJIH result: Phi Kappa Tau has in its anization of ji ' yfA, stressed the rfellowship, and tandards of life and pleasant Parker Asbill Clarence Asbill Theodore Ballenger Rolin Barrett Julius Boyd Randolph Constantine, Jr James Corbett, Jr. Aubrey Davis Lafayette Fountain, Jr. Ernest Friar. Jr. Charles Gentry John Goodman Montague Hicks. Jr. Charles Lambright Thomas Long, Jr. Ralph Nelson, Jr. Benjamin Niven. Jr. Kalph Parker, |r, Richard Pearson Charles Rhodes Don Rose John Sanders Clarence Shipp, Jr. Thomas Sparrow Joseph Spiers Eugene Thompson James Walter Bennie Ward David Weed Bobby Wilder George Williams 1335] Robert Da»(ls Ralph Edwards. Jr. Charles Cantt John Goodman George Goolsby Edward Griffin Willard Inscoe John Kirkley Edward Lafham Ralph Leach Tony Maltese Thomas Marrow Baine Martin, |r. W:iliam McElroy Frank Overton Paul Rose Charles Russell William Sanders Arthur Scott, |r. John Taylor [336] Dave Weinstein Pi Kappa Alpha OFFICERS Dave Weinstein President Art Scott Vice-President Ralph Leach Secretary Forrell Sanders Treosurer Pledge Class Picnic Time Alpha Epsilon Scott Leach Sanders Pi Kappa Phi OFFICERS Warren Stephenson President Shelton Collier Warden Johnny Caudle Secretary Billy Deal Treasurer Pledge Class Sing Time Pi Kap House Warren Stephenson Pi Kappa Phi was the College of Charlesto seven men who pledg friendship, had n would flower f definite purpose Sp extendis zation, the incor place in 1907. Th fellowship and r give its member: hood and good f ecember 10, 1904, at , S. C. The founders, a lasting bond of rganization that ed. With the if the organi- fraternity took I is to promote mbers; and to hristian man- Tau C To its mfewmsfSTrfi ' pa Greek lerR3lr t |j n ypj| stone of life-long frieiidship. Caudle Colli! Deal Carroll Allen William Campbell johnny Caudle Shelton Collier Billy Deal Rodney Dixon Johnnie Cunn Joseph Ingram )ame3 lohnson Douglas jurncy Robert Miller Paul Moore William Moore lames Neal Lee NorthcuU lames Parlier Jere Pearsall Bradley Pennell James Perkins, )r. Garland Pierce Lonnie Poole Thomas Saieed Warren Stephenson William Taylor [339] Cordon Adams Ralph Boswell Paul Burton Don Carey Bob Chiles Judge Crawford Ray Fountain John Fulton Bill Cardner )erry Godfrey Bob Coff Bill Graham Hoyt Hackney Bruce Hainley Felix Hall Don Haney Larry Harris Stuart Hart Leon Henderson Reid Hinson Art Honeycutt Schoofer Jordan Dick Knox Hugh Lindsley Mac Lupoid Bob Lyne Nat Martin Frank Massey Lamar McLendon Don Memory Jim Miller Jim Morrow Pete Peterson Gene Rickell Hugh Sample Monty Sevier John Seymour Doug Shotton Ken Steppe Bob Wilkins [340] Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frank MInter g presence, the ghost of one of our often hopter. ambitio the Wate College ilI» ' WiSH brief ten- risen pe-faX ns right- and noble thiness and value of fraternal liv5i T J Graham Boswell Hainley OFFICERS Frank Minter Eminent Archon Bill Graham Deputy Archon Ralph Boswell Recorder Bruce Hoinley Treasurer Pledge Class Bohemian Party N. C. Alpha Sigma Alpha Mu OFFICERS Sandy Levine President Bob Gardner Recorder Norman Samet Treasurer Pledge Class Us Moderns Sigma Omega S2ndy Levine Sigma Alpha Mu was founded on Thanksgiving Eve, November 26, j M h " C ' ljjfflfi. ofj he City of New York. The ei l es to lastmg in its consti- s sons a spirit ulcate among ions worthy of democracy, and local fra- in 1929. ty has always main- p and conduct. Sigma Omega Chapter is the owner of its own house at 304 East Park Drive. friendship. The objec tution, is " to of mutual, m its sons such the highest humanity. I Sigma ternity. From its inauguratio tained high standard Samet Gardner Ben Alegranfi Lawrence Balaban Philip Caines Barry Comborov Harvey Habib William Israel Carl Jacobs Lenny Lavitt Norman Samet Mark Schiff Robert Schuster Spencer Shaps Lawrence Speizman Leonard Spitz Jamie Varon Alejandro Yujuico, |r. [343] Douglas Angel Jerry Austin William Bartlett Willett Bcnncll, Jr. Arron Capel Orid Cassels. Jr. Bruce Clodfeltcr, Jr. David Elliott Edwin Fleming Otis Henderson Dan-el Huffman William Kay, Jr. William Kincheloe Ray Lancaster Roy Lathrop John Lawrence Hurdle Lea John Lindsley William Lrttle John Locke Charles Miller James Moore Ray Morgan William Morrison John Newlin Fred Paschall, Jr. James Peden, Jr. Paul Poley Reginald Ponder William Radford Philip Redwine Rolte Reus ng Ernest Ross Benton Satterf.eld Alan Teague Dcltcn Thompson Fred Warlick. Jr. Arthur Weisser David Williams Hugh Wilson, Jr. James Wood George Yarbrough [344] Sigma Chi Bobby Deans Sigma Chi Frater versify, Oxford, Ohio, ' o ' if has grown fo o fhroughouf fhe 68,000 living After two known as Ch lished of Norf ablishcd af Miami Uni- 8, 1855. Since fhaf time f 128 active chapters Canada with over ocal fraternity, pter was estab- n May 15, 1943. With its own Sigma Chi fal Among the accom ning the fraternity in{ straijCT qrtrgwj- wyin ' C inc in mni1WXft thi»»i»fcynl lirtivitw Clark Avenue, I campus activities. fraternity ore win- mpionship trophy eight rni i p »hl Km ttQ - 4 r r Walden Kirk Birch OFFICERS Bobby Deans President Neil Birch Vice-President Loyd Kirk Secretory Sam Walden Treasurer Pledge Class Serenade Delta Epsilon Sigma Nu OFFICERS Sam Bass John Heinbockle Tom Buckman John Montgomery President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Class Sing T ime Beta Tau Chapter Sam Bass Sigma Nu had its beginning in the State of Virginia. Founded at tl»«- R»(Wil l l( %;i Con- federate f( ' ?AfcW 2 W,H ' |w ' " ° " as the LecynxyLJaowr faMCjImigh outward manifestoM Aswu as HBadge ore ](u(en. Honor was heAK($mK £tif, virV nhe liMW flaning, and friends Be ' April campus Beta Tau C men during its s " . . . To believein thr ' ' ' 6fo SHrfi¥r, to walk in the Way of Honor, to ser 3pi iB«( jdhj MfJTyt)i, this is the life, the way, and the light of Sigma Nu — this is the Creed of our Fraternity. " to 600 college ce. Montgomery Heinbockle Buckman William Allin Pete Antoniewicz Walter Barnhill Walter Bean, Jr. Richard Bickel Horace Bryant Watson Burts Frank Cartmel Terrell Corkern Dan Davis Martin Dodenhoff Ernie Donahoe, |r. Richard Duke Maxwell Fogleman II Roger Gregg Boyce Harwell Thomas Hewitt lames Lewis John Montgomery Fred Moreadith George O ' Hara Karl Parrish Richard Poe Howard Pruitt, Jr. Dennis Riordan Edgar Safrit, )r. Thomas Stevens Sterling Tatum Earl Thompson Thomas Wilson [347] Steve Arthur, |r. Don Bean Lehman Barnes, jr. Joseph Bryant Harris Caldwell, jr. Larry Carter John Clarke Lewis Clemmer )oc Cochrane Warren Davis Curtis Eure Charles Garrison Edward Gibbon Bobby Gragg Barry Henderson Thomas Henderson Bobby Kemp William Littlejohn Charles Livengood William McGee William McLaurine III Donald Moss )ohn Nash Peter Nohl Gerald Parker Bob Poovey Vic Rackley Bruce Richmond Mike Rowe William Schul, )i Euscne Smyth, )r. David Thomas, )r. |ohn Troutman Edgar Underwood Herbert VermJya, )r, William Wcstbrook III Richard Westmoreland Kenneth Whitehurst Albert Wiley George Williams Kells Willard David Worthington [348] Charles Mateer Sigma Phi Epsilon wos founded on November 1, 1901, on the campus of Richmond College in Richmond, Vir- ginia. In the 56 years s.itjt ' iJ ' M unding Sigma Phi Epsi- lon has grown from moWk9 ' ' J ' °f twelve to o mem- bership of over 49,000 b tea all over the world. Today there are Sig Ep ch a pters ot al rnp st every important college and university The chapter is act ie in (aWicam )us activities. Scholas- States. ghest on the campus. Carolina Sig Ep Ball everal other chapters tically the Sig Eps ar One of the gala we which is held in conj of the Carolinas. " Beta Chapter at State ' Ctttege wos given its charter in 1905, making it the fifteenth national chapter. The present house, purchased in 1948 by the olumni, is lo- cated at 2512 Clark Avenue. Bean Parker Cochrane Sigma Phi Epsilon OFFICERS Charles Mateer Joe Cochrane Don Bean Jerry Parker President Vice-President Secretary Treosurer Pledge Class Let ' s Dance Sig Ep House Sigma Pi OFFICERS Grody Sykes Frank Croft Junius Fisher James Maus President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Class IFC Concert Rho Chapter Grady Sykes 1897, at Vin- purpose of lipod and " to eUtletic, and ss and lub at ng it one of The Founde many a Sigm the Exec Emera Starti trophy the highest scholastic average the annual embers and end. opters with ersey. The d quarterly. presents a dge class has Maus Croft Fisher William Barker Frank Croft William Culbreth, John Eaton James Entrekin Junius Fisher, jr. Robert Fitts Stephen Hatchell William Herman Carry Hinn Ceorge Jackson Jan lensen Ike Jones John Lee Tom Lind James Maus Willie Mayo James McVicker, Jr. Wayne Miller William Miller Henry Norman William Page Herbert Rose, Jr, James Story Crady Sykes Paul Sykes Robert Teague Dewey Tedder James Thompson Barry Thornburg Richard Tucker James Untz James Williams Larry Wilson Christian Witrke III [351] William Bisserte Cordon Bond William Chapman Thomas Curtin Richard DeCoste Walter Farley Charles Cotuaco Will Hanrahan Edgar Harblnson lames Harrill Stephen Koszewski. Jr. George Makely Robert McCrady Robert Miller Cordon Owen, Jr. Jacob Quickel Donald Ritchie David Saunders Robert Seay Bynum Westmoreland [352] Tau Kappa Epsilon Don Farley balancing ipation in Curtin Hanrahan Harris OFFICERS Don Farley President Will Hanrahan Vice-President Tom Curtin Secretary Carroll Harris Treasurer Pledge Class Dinner Party Beta Beta Theta Chi OFFICERS Bob Carpenter President Bill Jernigan Vice-President Dick Buynitzky Secretary Harold Polk Treasurer Pledge Class Delta Rho at IFC Delta Rho Bob Carpenter Theta Chi Fraternity was founded April 10, 1856, at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont. From this be- gining 102 years ago th ernity has continually ex- panded until it now has I Oythapters on leading college and university Delta Rho Q May 17, 1952. fraternity a ca| to make the c live, study, wo happiness; to ihe finished pi them principles tainment of h the self-confid comes from pa tote College on re to moke the [member ' s home; e members may le comfort and ew pledges into enior; to teach id them in at- e them to gain personality that ivities — in short. in every way to aid them to become better fitted for distinguished service to their community and the world at large. Buynitzky Polk Jernigan .Jl-: .-if .it y.V ' i ' ' .. • Lyie Beman Raymond Buckner Richard Buynitzky John Clayton, Jr. William Collier, |r. ]ohn Dawson loseph Criswold III Kenneth Howard William jernigan, jr. Charles Kirkman Harold Polk Daniel Raper Donald Rummler William Sharpe Robert Webber [355] Bob Abernethy Norman Banks Bill Barksdale jr. )ames Byrd lames Clippard Jerry Church Willis Deafon Tom Pons Joseph DuBois Bob Ernull Joseph Etheridge Bobby Fuller Ben Gardner, Jr. Charles Gardner Dick Goudie Dewey Griffith John Hamm. Jr. Robert Hibbard Harry Johnson Anwer Joseph Fred Joseph Phil Keaton Erbie Mangum Fred Manley Don Manning Jim May Ronald Robarge Harry Rood jerry Sawyer Edgar Smith John Sprinkle Joe Swaim Stanley Timblin James Walch James Walton Claude Zachary. Jr. Ml [356] Delta Sigma Phi OFFICERS Bob Kennel President Dick Goudie Vice-President Bob Ernull Secretary Bill Byrd Treasurer Bob Kennel Delta Sigma Ph social, but uphl tion as the prim qualities of I and high sc strated by th of the chapte tions on the Rho Chapt of leadership Pledge Class Delta Sig House a fraternity must be lanced educa- ife. Outstanding ubiime morals, been demon- years. Brothers rary organiza- uccessful year Byrd Coudie Smil-h Ernull [357] V 10 ' i 4 r-% ' ■■.. |5« saiTiniireiTiireis Football A C C Champions t i M»Cnr »yv» [■ • k,: ' M-Ai: S: 4 ===Sk There ' s no stopping Dick Hunter as he scoots around S. C. ' s right end. Coaching Statt: |ohnny Clements, Al Michels. Earl Edwards. Carey Brewbaker. and Pat Pepper. ilaf t Earl Edwards has done it! After only four years here at State he has built a team that is tops in the South. Rated as 9th in the nation during the season, the Wolfpack showed that it has what it takes to stay on top. Dick Christy, Dick Hunter, and Jim Oddo have made names for themselves and the team which won ' t be forgotten here at State or by the opponents that they faced. The Wolfpack started off the season by beating our traditional rival, Carolina, 7-0. From there they went on to steal the Conference Championship from Duke. Well done, Wolfpack! Bob Pepe indicates the tying TD against Duke as Christy hits pay dirt. [360] The Wolfpack came out for every game as if it were their biggest Dick Christy goes for and gets a Wake Forest fumble Dick Christy John Collar Frank Cackovic DeAngelis and Christy threw key blocks to set Dick Hunter free to romp over Carolina Ron Podwika Wally Prince Bill Rearick [361] Tom Katich Francis Tokar i 1 I Ken Trowbridge Christy heads Into the line behind Hafer and Hunter Dick DeAngelis State tacklers dig in to stop W. F. in their tracks NCS 7 NCS 48 NCS 13 NCS - 7 NCS NCS 14 NCS 19 NCS 6 NCS 12 NCS 29 155 U. North Carolina Moryland — 13 ' Clemson 7 Florida State Miami (Fla.) Duke .—14 ' Wake Forest William and Mary 7 Virginia Tech South Carolina 26 67 Conference Came [362] m . D:ck Hunter Ron Podwika adds another 6 points against Wake Forest No. Name 12 15 16 17 18 )im Oaks Bill Garwood Tom Katich Frank Cackovic Ernie Driscoll 20 Bernie Latusick 21 Pete Seese 22 Dick Hunter 24 Ken Trowbridge 25 Ken Nye 30 Randy Harrell 31 Wally Prince 32 Arnold Nelson 33 Tony Cuerrreri 36 Don Hater 40 Dick Christy 41 Steve Vitek 42 Ron Podwika 43 Bill Adams 44 )im Tutterow 45 )im Sciaretta 50 Bill Hill 51 Dick Coudie 52 )im Oddo 53 Lewis Jones 54 Paul Balonick 55 Ronald Savage 60 Bill Rearick 61 Francis Tokar 62 " Julius Compton 63 Frank Marocco 64 Bill McClain 65 Ed Hordubay 66 John Lawrence 67 Jim Sherron 68 joe Rodri 71 Tom Cuerrieri 72 Darrell Dess 73 Dick DeAngelis 74 Kelly Minyard 75 Larry Dixon 76 Tommy Avent 77 Fran Palandrani 78 Bob Paroli 79 Jim Walton 80 Jay Beacon 81 Jim Grain 82 Don Miketa 84 Jonny Johnson 85 Bob Pepe 87 Joe Mazutis 88 John Collar 89 Finley Read Denotes Lettermen ROSTER Pos. QB QB QB QB QB LH LH LH LH LH FB FB FB FB FB RH RH RH RH RH RH C C G G G C C C c c c c c c c T T T T T T T T T E E E E E E E E Hometown Aliquippa, Pa. Cooleemee, N. C. Pittsburgh. Pa. Steelton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. McKees Rocks, Pa. Windber, Pa. Leechburg, Pa. Plymouth. N. C. Elizabethtown. N. G. Raleigh. N. G. Cairo, Ca. Charleroi, Pa. Orange, N. J. Port Clinton, Pa. Chester, Pa. Lansford, Pa. Charleroi, Pa. New Castle. Del. Burlington. N. C. Rochester. Pa. Kinston. N. C. Downingtown. Pa. Wilmington. Del. Bloomington, III. DuBois, Pa. Ghincoteague. Va. DuBois, Pa. Charleroi, Pa. Durham, N. G. Aliquippa, Pa. Monaca. Pa. Windber, Pa. Heidelburg. Pa. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Dowingtown, Pa. North Braddock, Pa. New Castle, Pa. Reading. Pa. Reidsville. N. C. Washington. N. C. Faison. N. C. Wilmington. Del. Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Downingtown, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Salinas. Gal. Baden. Pa. Raleigh. N. G. Pittsburgh. Pa. Washington, Pa. Washington, Pa. Warrenton, N. C. % ' Bob Pepe % i The You hit him high and I II hit h;m low ' technique works causing Wake Forest to fumble. Don Miketa jay Beacon W prssfTT — 7! M ' ■■JH tjl uJP d - 1 Don Hdtcr clears the way tor Lhnsty against William and Mary. Hunter drives through Carolina for the winning touchdown Julius Compton Julius Conlp on really gets in the middle of things as he takes his man down. v-: ' r-: .r. . - - Ronald Savage Fran Palandrani % -- It takes more than one man to bring Christy down. Dick Christy -All American Dick Christy is a name that will be on the books for many years here at State College. As the Pack ' s sensational bread-and-butter man he crossed the goal line thirteen times. Add to this the two extra points and one field goal that he kicked and you have 83 points. During his varsity career Christy gained a net of 1,817 yards, better than a mile. However, his best performance came in the last game of his college career. This game was best summed-up by Bill Workman (Charleston News Courier): " Dick Christy played the University of So uth Carolina today. Christy won 29-26. " Our hats are off to you, Dick — All Conference, All American, and the South ' s number one back. [365] Basketball Under the highly skilled, experienced coaching of Everett Case this year ' s basketball team came through to be ranked in the top 20 nationally. The Wolfpack was sparked by its ploymoker and high scorer, Lou Pucillo. The crowd was brought to its feet many times as Lou went through his baffling passes and circus dribbling. The loss of Capt. Whitey Bell was a great disappointment but the team still managed to compile an 18-6 record overall and 10-4 in the conference. Tom Hopper breaks into the middle causing quite a turmoil Capt. Whitey Bell scores two more for thej Wolfpack. i Duke can do very little as Bob MacCillivray takes off on the fast break. RESULTS Opp. Atlantic Christian 44 Wake Forest - - - 51 Penn State 62 Clemson _ (Loss) 63 ' South Carolina — . 73 Eastern Kentucky 75 Villonova — 56 Northwestern 68 Wake Forest 61 U. North Carolina (Loss) 39 ' Virginia 70 Duke (Loss) 76 U. North Carolina 57 Moryland 48 Camp Lejeune 54 State 72 62 80 59 86 78 57 71 63 30 84 75 58 57 98 56 61 86 48 69 69 71 91 ■ ' Conference games Clemson 54 Virginia 58 South Carolina 55 ' Duke (Loss) 65 ' Maryland 64 U. North Carolina (Loss) 81 LaSolle 62 " Wake Forest 70 ACC TOURNAMENT 66 South Carolina 61 58 U. North Carolina (Loss) 70 Whiter Bell V- John Richter Lou PucilJG and Whitey Bell lead a fast break while John Richter moves in to follow up the shot. Ken Clark Lou Pucillo [367] A winning team needs great reserves and State had them. Bob MacCillivray jumps high to clear defending arm of Carolina. George Stepanovich Willett Bennett Bob MacCillivray Bucky Waters Coaching statt iL. to R.i : Lee Terrill. Everett Case and Vic Bubas. The little fireball, Lou Pucilio, scores two. The tall ones never bothered Whitey. Tom Hopper Harold Estis Donald Gallagher Harold Atkins Dan Englehardt SO HpV L Cross Country Front row: Bill Inscoe. Tom Hayworth, )oe Creazzo, Ferman Walker. Back row; Coach .m Little. Ton Lane. Bobby Kornegay, Maurice i Froggy Barbour, Cladford Ruff, and Coach Paul Derr. ■ j gj ' Mu l yil ri 1 1 . i. J- LT ' ■ i 1 » yi J 1 . ij RESULTS NCS — .. 31 26 Ciemson 42 NCS Wake Forest 29 NCS ... 31 Virginia 24 NCS 25 Duke . 31 NCS 2nd place in State Meet NCS 4th place in ACC Meet )oe Creazzo and the Walker twins move out as they begin their 4)2 mile trip. [370] w, J The Freshmen are oft on their 2 ' ; mile tour at the State Meet. Wrestling NCS -. .- 2 Maryland . ...30 NCS 11 Davidson ..16 NCS 11 U. North Carolina ......16 NCS 16 Wake Forest . 16 NCS ___..._ 8 Virginia .....21 NCS - -- 8 Duke ...21 Tony Maltese is in full control of the situation as he rides the Duke muscle-man. [371] )oe Crearzo gets a gocd start in the mile run. Track Walker passes off to Barbour in the distance relay. NCS 39 NCS 34 NCS 35 ' 2 NCS 29 NCS 29 NCS 59 NCS 47 1957 RESULTS Clemson 91 U. North Carolina 97 Duke 941 2 South Carolina 57 Virginia 76 East Carolina 68 Davidson 81 Art Reed is one of our top distance runners on the freshman team Dick Matthews ro unds a turn in the indoor meet at Carolina Dick is a crack quarter-miler and runs 3 leg tor the mile relay team. [372] Frank Merchel hits the water for the start of the backstroke. m Bittinger Heft) and Adams are ready for the gun. Swimming RECORD NCS 49 Wake Forest 44 NCS 24 Pittsburgh 54 NCS 39 U. North Carolina 49 NCS 53 Clemson 23 NCS 44 Maryland 54 NCS 53 Virginia 35 NCS 38 Duke 48 NCS 38 U. North Carolina 49 First row: Dick Fadgen. Bob Adams, Hal Huchos, Charles Bittinger. Second row: Coach Bill Sonner, Bob Ernull, Frank Merchel, and Bob Harrison. [373] NCS. NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS NCS Baseball 1957 RESULTS . 4 Delaware .- 8 12 U. North Carolina 6 9 Woke Forest 4 5 Clemson 5 South Carolina 5 4 Virginia 3 1 Marylond 3 8 Clemson 2 4 South Carolina 5 2 Duke 9 6 Virginia 16 12 Maryland 6 4 East Carolina 5 7 Duke 6 2 Wake Forest 17 13 U. North Carolina 10 2 U. North Carolina 3 6 U. North Carolina - 7 Front Row: Jim Walch, Derris Bradshaw, Dick Hunter, |ohn Hurst. Back row: Don Hater, )oe |ones, Russell Castine, Bob Kennel. S O C C E RESULTS NCS 1 Lynchburg 1 NCS 3 Davidson NCS Duke 2 NCS 1 Marylond 3 NCS.—, 1 Virginia (Forfeit) NCS 2 Roanoke 6 NCS 8 Pfeiffer NCS 2 U. North Carolina 1 First row: Edwards, Hutchins, Kerman, Concalves, Finklestain, Cutierrei. Second row: Nohl, Agnos. Meloni iCo-Captain and most valuable playeri, G. Alber iCo-CaptainI , Trotmar.. Walch. Standing: Carey, Spivey, Hater, Alber, Pruzan, Hampton, Chocron, Ayscue, )enk:ns, Bazanos, Holms, and Coach Bill Leonhardt. [374] State ' s Battery with pitchers |im Walch „ ' ' T XT and |oe )ones and catcher Bob Kennel. j . . Ky . j V) " Left to right: )ohn Decorsey, Ed Dye, Coach Paul Bredcnburg, ' ' " m ttu ' H ' " ' " P ' " 3 " ' ' Mickey Soloman. Tennis 1957 RECORD Mickey Soloman s serve is one reason Nf " 4 MIT 5 he is States number one singles player. ivil I 3 NCS 1 East Carolina 7 NCS 4 Wake Forest 5 IE - LiS .JhL y ' llJPI? f NCS Duke 9 NCS 7 South Carolina 2 NCS 4 Clemson 5 . -_, NCS Cincinnati 9 NCS 2 George Washington 7 " ' NCS Maryland 9 t . NCS 2 Virginia 7 NCS U. North Carolina 9 Ed Dye drives a backhand. He and his partner, Bill Campbell, comprise our number one doubles team. [375] m lk f -!J " X ■ l So M mt ' H H H B i ' Hy K BI ,. ? 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