University of North Carolina Charlotte - Rogues n Rascals or SiSi Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

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. A T . - . )l ' v ' r ' i EARL YANDLE Editor JOSEPHINE MIHALIC . . . Advertising Manager WAYNE HOOKS . . Circulation Manager Present the 1950 Annual Publication of Charlotte College Charlotte, North Carolina Chadoth College FOREWORD This, the first SI SI, is intended to set a precedent; one that will be followed by classes of future years in compiling a record of the important and memorable happenings in their search for the torch of knowledge. Perhaps in future years it will bring memories of our days together and of those who were our friends. That is our purpose. DEDICATION The staff of the 1950 SI SI humbly dedicates this first edition to those who were our first students and faculty. They were the ones who stayed with it during the uncertain beginnings and watched it begin its mushroom-like growth. In particular, we pay our respects to Miss Bonnie E. Cone, who as director and as an instructor, was its guiding spirit, and without whom, SI SI could not have been born. MISS BONNIE E. CONE B.S., A.M. Director A MESSAGE FROM OUR DIRECTOR For the members of the faculty and for myself, it has been o privilege to participate in the beginning of Charlotte College and to work with its splendid student body. The college owes its very existence to the fine spirit of cooperation and loyalty of its students. With the grad- uation of our very first class, we feel that we have reached one of our major objectives. We are indeed proud of our first graduates, and the members of the class of 1950 will always have a special place in our hearts. As you have been worthy college citizens, we believe that you will continue to accept fully your responsibilities for family and community and thus improve the cultural and spiritual life of your country. Through such service may you attain the happiness of full and well-rounded lives. RICHARD BAGGOT Advertising B.S. Lehigh University CLAUDE A. BELL Woodv orking A.B. Western Kentucky State College M.Ed. University of Missouri MIRIAM BLAIR Selling A.B. Dickinson College B.S. Prince College ROSANNAH G. BLAIR A.B. Dickinson College B.S. Columbia University ANNIE BELL BRANTLEY B.S. Queens College A.M. Peobody College BONNIE E. CONE B.S. Coker College A.M. Duke University MARY R. DENNY A.B. Salem College A.M. Duke University FRANK ELLER A.B. Catawba College WILLIAM E. ELLIS Driving Education A.B. Carson Newman College Librarian Homemoking Mathematics English Chemistry ADMI N I STRATION MARY S. FORE English A.B. Winthrop College A.M. Columbia University MARION L. FRASER English A.B. Winthrop College A.M. University of S. C. MARTHA GROGAN Mathematics A.B. University of North Carolina R. FRANK HARWOOD Commerce and Economics B.S. St. Louis University HERBERT HECHENBLEIKNER Natural Sciences A.B. University of North Carolina A.M., Ph.D. Harvard Universtiy ROY E. HOKE Psychology and Philosophy A.B., M.A. Franklin and Marshall Ph.D Johns Hopkins FRANCES B. HOYLE Spanish A.B. Woman ' s College University o f North Carolina OMA LAFFERTY Social Sciences A.B. Tulane University A.M. University of Chicago PIERRE MACY French and Spanish Ph.D. University of Paris and FAC U LTY Music LUCILLE PUETTE A.B. Randolph Macon A.M. Duke University ROSEMARY SHINGLETON B.M. West Virginia University M.M. University of Michigan E. E. SHUMATE, JR. Basketball FLORA MAE WATSON Mathematics A.B. Winthrop College WILLIAM WEBB Business Law A.B. Washington and Lee LL.B. Harvard University JAMES C. WILSON Engineering Drawing B.S. University of Tennessee EDYTH F. WINNINGHAM Social and Political Sciences A.B. University of North Dakota A.M. University of North Carolina HAZEL BECK Secretary I N MEMORI UM JESSE W. DRAKE, JR. Physics A.B., M.S. Alabama Polytechnic Institute OFFICERS RAY KISIAH President PAUL PUTNAM Vice-President EDITH BLACKWELDER Secretary M. WAYNE HOOKS Treasurer SOPHOMORES 10 HH WILLARD H. ALLRED Commerce GLENN H. BAUGHMAN Commerce VENITA BELL Liberal Arts EDITH L. BLACKWELDER Liberal Arts K. AARON BROWN, JR Pre-Medical DONALD H. CALDWELL Liberal Arts CLASS OF ' 50 11 SOPHOMORES JAMES A. CHILDERS, JR. MARTHA JOAN COOK ALTON J. COTTIER LEWIS F. CAMP, JR Pre-Law MARY LOUISE CAMP Liberal Arts DAVID B. CASH Liberal Arts Commerce I Liberal Arts Business Administration 12 PAUL L. DOSTER Commerce DORIS JEAN FAULK Liberal Arts JAMES A. HARBISON, JR Commerce EUGENE R. HENDERSON Commerce C. MACK HOMESLEY Liberal Arts M. WAYNE HOOKS Liberal Arts CLASS OF ' 50 13 SOPHOMORES WILMA DEANE HORNE Liberal Arts HOWARD L. HUNTLEY Business Administration JAMES B. KILGO, JR Liberal Arts PRESTON E. KING Commerce GARLAND R. KIRBY Liberal Arts HARRYS. KIRK Liberal Arts 14 RAY L. KISIAH Liberal Arts BRICE C. MC LAUGHLIN Pre-Medical IKE MC LAUGHLIN Commerce GRAYDON A. MILLER Liberal Arts THOMAS L. MULLEN, JR Commerce HERMAN A. MOORE, JR Liberal Arts CLASS OF ' 50 15 SOPHOMORES ROBERT T. MOSELY Liberal Arts HUGH L. PARKER J. RALPH PHILLIPS JAMES B. POTEAT BARBARA A. MURPHY Liberal Arts GERALDINE L. NICHOLS Liberal Arts Engineering Pre-Law Liberal Arts WILLIAM P. PROCTOR Cor 16 17 WHO ' S WHAT Jim Kilgo BEST ALL-ROUND Grady Miller MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Deane Richardson John Jamison MOST POPULAR Alice Leggett Brice McLaughlin MOST CO-OPERATIVE Gene Henderson BIGGEST BULL SHOOTER Edith Blackwelder BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER Cotton Cash GOD ' S GIFT TO WOMEN 18 AT C. C Carolyn Reichard Bill Senn MOST STUDIOUS Joan Cook Herman Moore BEST DRESSED Mary Camp Paul Putnam WITTIEST Wilma Home Ralph Turner BEST LOOKING 19 OFFICERS WILLIAM PRIM President JIMMY JAMES Secretary HARRY CURTIS Treasurer FRESHMEN 20 HUGH H. ADAMS J. EMMETT ALLEN AUBREY C. BARBEE WYATT G. BELL ALBERT F. BERNHARDT, JR. JOHN C. BIRD HARRY C. BOOKER LEE A. BURKE MARY LOU BURKE THURMAN W. BUTLER JAMES R. CARMICHAEL J. R. CANTRELL CLASS OF ' 51 21 .Lm. L. D. CASKEY BILLY R. CONNER HARRY B. CURTIS MELVIN R, DESCARO SYLVIA L. EAGLE NANCY J. ELLIOTT RONALD V. EPTING JOEL FISHER, JR. OSCAR LEE FLOWE, JR. NANCY L. FREEMAN RAYMOND M. GAHAGEN CHARLES T. GAMBLE FRESHMEN 22 BH HELEN CARROLL GAMBLE JOHN F. GAMBLE WILLIAM G. GORDON MARY F. GULLEDGE F. NORRIE HAGER WALTER T. HAM, JR. WILLIAM ROY HATLEY, JR. WILLIAM N. HAYES CAROLE HINSON RUSSELL G. HOLDER JERRY B. HOLLADAY OTIS DONALD HUDSON CLASS OF ' 51 23 ■I JOHN E. HUNSUCKER REX R. HUNTLEY ROBERT L. ISAACS DAPHNE R. JAMES JIMMIE M. JAMES WILLIAM A. JAMES ERNEST H. JONES EVERETTE F. KENNEDY LOUIS C. KERR HERMAN A. LAWING ALICE B. LEGGETT C. B. LONG, JR. FRESHMEN 24 GORDON W. MALLARD, JR. FRANK B. MALLONEE BROOKS MAYFIELD RICHARD T. MEEK JIMMIE A. MERRITT JOSEPHINE M. MIHALIC THOMAS A. McAllister carleen McIntosh JAMES L. NEWTON W. JACKSON NISBET PHILIP W. O ' NEAL CHARLES HAROLD PARKER CLASS OF ' 51 25 dr LCON PITMAN, JR. WILLIAM 5. PRIM ROBERT M. PROPST, JR. CAROLYN REICHARD LLOYD C. ROSS WALTER D. ROSS, JR. WILLIAM E. SENN, JR. MARTIN J. SETTER MARTIN JAY SHERRILL JOHN W. SIFFORD JR. BETTY J. STIMPSON JESSE B. THORNTON FRESHMEN 26 ERNEST R. TURNER, JR. DONALD L. VAUGHN JOSEPH W. WALKER JOHN P. WELD SCOTT WHITCHER, JR. PAUL W. WRIGHT FRED C. YOUNG CLASS OF ' 51 27 28 Sardines— 40tf . . . Duhhh . . . Politicians sign here . . . Ro Ro C. C. Three is a crowd . . . Inside job . . . All legs . . . Smiles . . . glomourrr! . . . Call Dr. Hoke. cjwjims y tfftiA 29 JIM KILGO Student Body President EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Barbara Murphy, Jim Kilgo, Lewis Camp, and Deane Richardson. STUDENT COUNCIL Front row: Barbara Murphy, Deane Richardson, Paul Putnam, Jim Kilgo. Back row: Ray Kisiah, Lewis Camp, Wayne Hooks, William Prim. STUDENT COUNCIL 30 K E Y M E N FRATERNITY OFFICERS: Front row: T. George Douglas, Secretary-Treas- urer, Second Semester; David B. Cash, President, Second Semester; Bill Prim, Vice-President, Sec- ond Semester. Second row: Dr. Herbert L. Hechenbleikner, Fac- ulty Advisor, Honorary Member; Robert V. Lind- say, Vice-President, First Semester; Ray L. Kisiah, President, First Semester; Paul Putnam, Secretory- Treasurer, First Semester. Front row: Paul Putnam, Bob Lindsay, Ray Kisiah, Dr. Hechenbleikner, David Cash, George Douglas, and William Prim. Second row: Bill Wright, Wayne Hooks, Harry Curtis, Lewis Camp, Jack Nesbit, Grady Miller, Hugh Parker, Bill Proctor, and John Jamison. Those not present for picture: Jock Weld, Reginald Cook, Jim Kilgo, Walter Ross, Aaron Brown, Tommy Peterson, Preston King. 31 ' M iMk. EARL M. YANDLE, JR. Editor-in-Chief MRS. DEAN GROGAN Faculty Advisor SI SI STAFF WAYNE HOOKS Circulation Manager JO MIHALIC Advertising Manager JAKE BIRD Snapshot Editor RAY KISIAH Athletic Editor PAUL PUTNAM Activities Editor IKE McLaughlin staff photographer 32 SI The Regina Sorority was formed to help advance extra-curricular ac- tivities such as the annual, the news- paper, and the athletic teams. It also affords the girls of C. C. a means of social entertainment. REGINA SORORITY First row: Edith Blackwelder, Daphne James, Mary Lou Burke, and Frances Gulledge, Vice-President. Second row: Wilma Home, Jerry Nichols, Carleen Mcintosh, Alice Leggett, and Neva Cox. Third row: Carole Hinson, President, Deone Richardson, Treasurer, Nancy Freeman, Nancy Jo Elliott, Mary Camp, Secretary, Neta Bell, and Barbara Murphy. Absent when the picture was made: Norrie Hager, Jo Mihalic, and Kate Bechtler. AH IfljAl c Hkr 4 1 - m m ' q H l lJ I 33 COLLEGIATE LIFE STAFF Seated, left to right: Bill Senn, Nancy Jo Elliott, Miss Mary Denny, adviser; Carole Hinson, editor; and Deane Richardson. Standing, left to right; Ray Kisiah, John Jamison, advertising manager; and Bar- bara Murphy. Absent when picture was made: Ralph Turner. ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Sitting: David " Cotton " Cash, Chairman. Standing: Lee Burke, Aaron Brown, Edith Blackwelder, Ray Kisiah, Alice Leggett. CHEERLEADERS Wilma Home, Barbara Murphy, Alice Leg- gett, and Edith Blackwelder. 34 Top Howard Huntley Bill Proctor Jack Harkey Center Gene Shumate, BASKETBALL Walter Ross Horry Curtis John Gamble December 12 Asheville Biltmore Jr. Col. There January 26 Belmont Abbey College Here December 21 Charlotte Tech High School Here January 28 Presbyterian Jr. College There January 4 Asheville Biltmore Jr. Col. Here February 1 Spartanburg Jr. College There January 7 Belmont Abbey College There February 2 Gardner-Webb Jr. College Here January 9 Charlotte Tech High School There February 7 Gardner-Webb Jr. College There January 12 Catawba Freshman There February 1 1 Spartanburg Jr. College Here January 14 Lenoir Rhyne JV ' s There February 21 Pfeiffer Jr. College There 35 BASEBALL Kneeling: David " Cotton " Cash, 3B; Jim Kilgo, CF; and Copt. Ray Kisiah, SS. Standing: Bob Isaacs, LF; Glenn Baughman, Manager; Bud War- ren, OF; Harold Parker, 2B; and Walter Ross, Pitcher. Not pictured: Paul Putnam, Catcher; Aaron Brown, IB; Jack Nesbit, 2B; Hugh Parker, RF; Lee Burke, Catcher; and Philip O ' Neil, OF. With the advent of spring, prospects for the coming baseball season look very promising. As an indication of this, the returning lettermen include " Cotton " Cash, Jim Kilgo, Aaron Brov n, Paul Putnam, and Captain Ray Kisiah. When the Owls take the field this season they will be completely outfitted in new uniforms and will be newly-inducted members of the Carolina ' s Junior College Athletic Association. SCHEDULE April 6 Gardner-Webb Junior Col. There April 28 April 13 Burton ' s Institute There May 2 April 20 Burton ' s Institute Here May 9 April 24 Gardner-Webb Junior Col. Here May 18 Mitchell Junior College There Belmont Abbey Junior Col. Here Mitchell Junior College Here Belmont Abbey Junior Col. There 36 37 Compliments of Interstate Milling Co. GOLDEN ROD QUALITY FLOUR Plain or Self-Rising Williams Hardware Feed Store Phone 3-9386 1019 N. Graham Street at Five Points CHARLOTTE, N. C. Courtesy of NANCE DRUG STORE and SODA FOUNTAIN 305 N. Caswell Road Prescriptions — Sundries Sodas Phone 8519 and 8510 Our Leoders: Courtesy — Quality Merchandise 38 YOUR DEALER HEATH MOTOR CO. 318 West Fifth Street Phone 5-8441 George Thornton, Salesman Sam Grier, Salesman time for oMce delicious Peanut Butter Sandwiches With Your Drink POWER TO SERVE I ' ll furnish the electric power. You fur- nish the greatest power of all— human character and brains. Together vve ' ll make the Piedmont Carolinas the best place on earth in which to live and work. DUKE POWER COMPANY Compliments of A FRIEND 39 104 S. Tryon St. Charlotte ' s Leading Jeweler Since 1896 CHARLOTTE NURSING HOME State Approved 315 Hawthorne Lane Home for elderly people and permanent shut-ins Established 20 years Phone 2-4304 x rd ALWAYS A BETTER DEAL AT PETTIT MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Deoler 515 East 4th St. Charlotte, N. C. Phone 8157 CHESAPEAKE PAPER STOCK CO. 701 W. 5th St. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Telephone 39512 We buy all grades of waste paper 40 BUT AT VJR €SS€t HANEY ' S ESSO SERVICE CENTER 35th Plaza Rd. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Phone 26787 ' We Do Our Best To Please You ' Selwyn Hotel charlotte ' s Friendliest and Finest R. H. Brooks, Mgr. The A mesteam utomatic Oil Fired Burner Distributed by S. H. DUNCAN and CO., Inc. Phone 3-8414 218 W. 1st St. Charlotte, N. C. Wherever You Go Remember This Seal . . . It ' s Your Assurance of the BEST! Thank You For Your Assistance 41 CHARLOTTE SPORTING GOODS 314 S. Tryon Phone 3-0600 Sports Equipment for Every Purpose Agent for Mocgregor Goldsmith Wilson Sporting Goods + Bob Sutton Andy Kawalski Ben Rincelle ABBOTT, PROCTOR PAINE 14 Wall St., New York MEMBERS New York Stock and Curb Ex- changes, Chicago Board of Trade, Mew York Cotton Exchange and other leading Exchanges 117 JOHNSTON BLDG. CHARLOTTE 2, N. C. A. A. Houghton, Mgr. ;e sure to .see t BE SURE TO .SEE THE .NEW Leader of a faniou-. line of leaders. The world ' s finesl lia iM{; inslrunient. Contains three dianioiul lioned Blue Slreak Twin Slia int; HeaiK, 6 euttini: edges. AC-DC. " Where Friends Meet to Eat. " Air conditioned for your comfort Little Pep-Delmonico RESTAURANT 301 West Trade Street CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Opposite Hotel Charlotte Good Food Is Good Health 42 UhWBi The members of Mrs. Winningham ' s Social Science I class. Spring Quarter, 1950, proudly support the first Charlotte College annual: James L. Carter, Jr. Richmond H. Hilton Miss Neva Cox Donald B. Norton Sam James DeRoberts Miss Barbara Anne Murphy Joe M. Durham John L. Randle C. W. Ferguson Thomas C. Roberts Charles T. Gamble Lloyd C. Ross Mrs. Helen C. Gamble Sam Stutts Robert L. Norton Paul Ward, Jr. Carey L. Hartsell Joe V. Williams Robert A. Hothcock Mrs. Edyth F. Winningham COMPLIMENTS OF SPANISH III Opal Winstead Harry Booker J. W. Sifford Jr. Camille Walker Hugh Adams L. A. Spake Ellis Liles Fleet Kirkpatrick David Cash John Jamision Walter Ross Jerry Houghton Ronald Epting Glenn Baughmon William Traywick Grady Miller Bud Walker John Gamble Croyton Rowe Mrs. Hoyle— Teacher Jim Kilgo COMPLIMENTS OF COMMERCE DEPARTMENT G. W. Mallard Alton J. Cottier Preston E. King Ray L. Kisiah Garland R. Kirby Gene Henderson John C. Bird Paul L. Doster Wayne Hooks Mr. R. Frank Harwood— Teacher E. M. Douglas R. C. Rankin R. M. Gohagen Herman A. Lowing J. L. Newton Walter A. Allen Mark Propst W. M. Schultz G. M. Carter COMPLIMENTS OF PSYCHOLOGY I CLASS Dr. Roy E. Hoke— Teacher Lewis F. Camp W. T. Ham Jr. John Elkins Frances Gulledge Earl G. Mullins Deane Richardson C. F. Ritch Jr. Aaron Brown Hugh Parker Rex R. Huntley Mock Homesley Ben J. Kendrick COMPLIMENTS OF ENGLISH 2 Miss Mary Denny, Teacher Donald Lee Vaughn Howard Leon Huntley William Roy Hatley Jr. M. R. Descaro Ernest H. Jones Jerry B. Holladoy Fred Young Joel Fisher Jr. Phillip W. O ' Neal S. Whitcher Jr. Daphne James Carolyn Reichord Leslie Kroh Jimmie Carmichael Bill Senn Bob Isaacs Al D. James J. B. Thornton Ralph Johnson A. L. McCready Henry Morrow Jimmie Merritt 43 The Old North State A Toast By Mrs. Leonora Monteiro Martin (Written for a banquet of the North Carohna Society of Richmond, Virginia, May 20, 1904.) Here ' s to the land of the Long Leaf Pine, The Summer Land, where the sun doth shine; Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great- Here ' s to " Down Home, " the Old North State! Here ' s to the land of the cotton blooms white. Where the scuppernong perfumes the breeze at night. Where the soft Southern moss and jessamine mate, ' Neath the murmuring pines of the Old North State! Here ' s to the land where the galax grows. Where the rhododendron roseate glows; Where soars Mount Mitchell ' s summ it great. In the " Land of the Sky, " in the Old North State! Here ' s to the land where maidens are fairest. Where friends are the truest, and cold hearts are rarest; The near land, the dear land, whatever our fate. The blest land, the best land, the Old North State! B EraHHBi BBBB iSS B BBHHHH


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