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WlyTEWx MT nsi. ._ ;Mli9E9fflH J-,-,,,,gy,«,,- p«««.»» ■■IHI w " t I MHRHnn i lHHH HHHIH BffiB BSDai John R. McClure . . Stanford E. Neimer . . Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Publication of Charlotte College Charlotte, North Carolina wmaam CHARLOTTE COLLEGE i- MUf?REY ATKINS llB| 4| y UNIVERSITY Of mm CAHUUNA - - AI CHAflLOTTI KEsm Em FOREWORD Each year the Si Si staff embarks upon the mission of recording for posterit ' the events, the achievements, and the progress that form a small but ever-endeared part of our lives. As the staff continues its work there is ever present in the minds of the members, the question of whether every aspect of this year at Charlotte College has been recorded for the years to come. Delving into these events— the dances, the assemblies, the gab fests in front of the librar , Heck ' s field trips— is an unforgettable experi- ence. The staff has tried faithfully to make it just as imforgettable for you. CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA mtaaammuamsmimmmmammmmmmmmmm DEDICATION To Miss Mary Rebecca Denny— whose ideals of scholarship have awakened our ambition, whose loyaltx- to our scliool has stimulated our fidelity, whose willing- ness to work in every phase of our activities has taught us the joy of service, whose friendly interest in each student has enobled our school spirit— we, the 1953 Staff of The Si Si dedicate our vearbook. FACULTY All of the activities of Charlotte College revolve around Miss Cone. It is to her that students go with their problems— personal and scholastic. It is she who is in the forefront of our progessive- ness. We sincerely appreciate her able guidance and her initiring efforts on our behalf. Miss Bonnie E. Cone . . Director Mathematics B.S. Coker College, M.A. Duke Uni ersit ' Dr. Arthur G. Ashbrook, Jr Economics B.S. Haverford College, Ph.D. M.I.T. Claude A. Bell Woodworking A.B. Western Kentucky State College M.Ed. Uni ersity of Missouri RosANN. H C. Blair Librarian A.B. Dickinson College B.S. Columbia University School of Library Science Mary R. Denny English A.B. Salem College M.. . Duke University ASHBROOK BELL Miss Bonnie E. Cone Director Mam ugasiagmammmmsmmmmaMmKmmmmm FACULTY Joyce Elaine Dunn . . Sccreianj-Trcasiircr-Rcgistrar Marion L. Frasek English A.B., Winthrop College M.A., Uni ersit ' of South Carolina Lucille Pueite Giles Clicmistiy A.B., Randolph Macon Woman ' s College MA., Diike University Joseph R. Gill En iiiu ' crin i Drauiiifi, Dr. Herbert Hechenbleikner Biology, Geography, Geology, 7A ology A.B., University of North Carolina M.A., Ph.D , Harvard University Mrs. K. D. Heinbaugh . English for Foreign Students A.B., Ohio University Frances B. Hoyle Sfuinish A.B., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina M.A., New York University Dr. Pierre Macy Freneh A.B., University of Nance M.A., University of Digon Ph.D., Universitv of Paris Harriet Ann McSheehan . . . Assistant Librarian A. A., Charlotte College FACULTY WiLUAM E. MOFFIT . . . . B.S., Wake Forest College Chcniistrij Elizabeth Raney . . . Enii,lislt for Forci j.n Students Fl( i a M. ' Ar.soN Mathciuatics A.B., Wiiithrop College ]ons F. ' ii,liams Matlii ' nuitics A.B., Uiii ersit of Tennessee M.A., Uni ersit ' of Tennessee Edyth F. Winningham . Social and Political Sciences A.B., Uni ersit ' of North Dakota M.A., Uni ersit - of North Carolina TEACHERS NOT PICTURED ADULT EDUCATION Wm. E. Ellis .... Dricer Education John W. Johnson .... Public S KY Anii; Basketball Coach Helen Ann Wall Art Mary Fore Enfilish Jane O. White Mathematics SPECIAL TEACHERS Jane Harrison Business Gretta a. Kistlkh . . EnizUsh for Foreii ' j} Students 7 a amaasaasBamjMsggMmsaammamHmiMmiimsmmm Leavings From The Editors Desk MHIIIIIiaiH CLASSES llHBHIHHBHHIIilHBHHHHHHIHHaiHIMHi [IMMIE DWICHT Al.LEN William Habdie Bass III Henry Francis Beatty Andrew Truitp Boone, Jr. Charles Bell Brice, Jr. Kenneth Monroe Bridges, Jr. Nick James Castanas Janie Clement Dillon Samuel [ekeerson Duncan, Jr. CLASS OF BmKB] Arthur Cohurn Farley, Jr. SuLA Floros Charles Wesley Hickman. Jr. Mary Wellene Hodge John Elton Hunsucker Fred Eugene Morrison 1933 Stanford E. Niemer Michael Hamilton Palmer William C. Palmer BHHHHHHKIHH ■■■■■■IliHaaHiHHHH James Elliott Pearson Velma Ray A. Walton Shanklin James Edgar Sherhill, Jr. Jack C. Starnes Robert F, Stenberg RuEL J. Stevenson (Charles C. Vess CLASS OF 1933 MRH BHWSWtflWaHi SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS ' elma McKmght Sccrctcinj. Treasurer David Moore Vicc-Presidcn ' Bill Bass President Robert Hickey Secretiiry, Treasurer Ray Renegar President Wallace Ford Vice-President 13 FRESHMEN IFTj |iinni - Angel Bakis George William Basinger l.amar Alton Bell, |i-. Aaron Lee Berrvhill Charles Boyd CHarenee C. Britt Da id Lee Brvant Venov Lee Brvant William A. Collier, Jr. Carolyn Simpson Cooke Frank A. Couvillon Marilyn Nelle Daly f -- _ 14 IM FRESHMEN Thomas Edward Danson. jr. William Ward Da i.s. Jr. Harrv X ' aunhn Dellinc;tr Kay Jeanne Dermod) James Samuel Di.xon Wallace Euin Ford Am ' Naomi Frye Mildred K. Ciaunt Charles Herbert Gill William E. Gray 111 Joe Howard Griftiii James Keith Gunnell.s 5 f tW - " W 15 FRESHMEN Lamont Andrew Hearn Jr. Hohcrt Franklin Henderson iliert William Hickev E erette E. Hilton William Glenn Keever Stanhope A. Ligon, Jr. lieM ' rK lean Lindsey Marjorie Pauline Lotshaw Desmond Marsh Robert Jerry Martin William Hav Mavnor Hohert Eugene McCathern 16 FRESHMEN Mary Diell McCliR-i John Robert McCliirt David Lawrence Moort Barbara Ann Morris Lucille N. Moses Robert jolm Norecii [ames Allen Nortliinntoii Ronald Bruce Patterson Robert Alexander Presslcs Valere Lawrence Quiy;]e Rav Vernon Renesiai Alice Sue Russe ' iPj 17 IBSHEHBnH MBBK UHHRB BBBKaiS FRESHMEN Vann Matthews Sistarc Craven Monroe Sloop, ]r Norman Lerov Stack 5! T Richard Allen Stafford Martha Carohn Stogner Hol ert Howard Stone, Jr. James Rudolph Thompson, Thomas N. Trimble James Franklin Turner Kenneth B. Wilson ACTIVITIES STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, the governing Iwdy of Charlotte College, is made up of Class Officers and Organization Chairmen. Under the able leadership of Arthur Farley, the Council has undertaken nian ' projects for the advancement of Charlotte College. The Council sponsored a float in the 1952 Christmas Carrousel, helped sponsor the coffee hours during class breaks and operated a snack bar in the Student Union Building. Mrs. Edyth Winningham, the competent advisor, has contributed immeasurably to the efficiencv and scope of the Student Council ' s activities during the past year. Arthur Farley President Charles Vess .... Vice-President V ' elma l AY Secrefanj SuLA Floros Treusurcr Mrs. Edyth Winnmngham . Advisor - Arthur C. Farley President Left to fi(t; ; l{ol)ert Hickey, Mrs. Wiiininiihiini, Wfllnie Hodge, [oe Griffin, Velma Ray, Arthur Failt ' w Cliarlt ' s Vess, Sula Floros, John McClure, Bud Niemer, Ml Bass, Marilvn Dalv. 20 mmmmmam COMMITTEES FINANCE: Martha Stogner. Sula Floros. Chairman; Miss Cone, Advisor; Fred Morri- son. ASSEMBLY: ' eno - Bryant, Cliainiuin; E a Wheelers. ELECTIONS: Joe Griffin, Chairman; John Reap, Martha Stogner, Wellene Hodge. SOCIAL: Jim Sherrill, Barl)ara Morris, Chair- man; Kay Dermody. PUBLICITY: Standing: Henry Beatty. Bill Da is, . niy Frye, Chairman. Sitting: Everette Hilton, Chip Wells. SIGMA LAMBDA CHI FRATERNITY The Sigma Lambda Chi Fraternity at Charlotte College, originally founded as The Keymen Fraternity in 1949, was chartered on October 29, 1951. The purpose of this fraternity is to pro- mote better social relations among its members, to interest its members in the affairs of the College and aid the College in carrying out its program. OFFICERS John Hunsucker President Robert Hickey .... Vice-President Jim Gunnells . . . Seeretanj-Treastircr Bill Davis . . Corresponding Hecrefary Jimmy Turner Warden Sitting: John Hunsucker, Bill Bass, Jim Shfrrill. Bill Collier, Venoy Bryant, Fred Morrison. Standing: Bill Palmer, Bill ])a is, Jim Gunnells. l ohert Stone, Jimin Turner, Hohert Ilickew |err Martin. JSsas BBSBBSB SU KM RHO GAMMA ALPHA SORORITY OFFICERS Martha Stoc.ner President Kay Dermody Viec-P resident Barbara Morris . . . Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Frances Hoyle Advisor Until 1951, Rho Gamma Alpha func- tioned under the name of The Regina Society. With an active membership of fourteen members, the Sorority has been a definite asset to the College. The girls ha e placed a Guest Register in the college office and have helped in the decorating of the Student Union Building. They have also participated in sponsoring the monthK coffee hours held dining the vear. Sitting: Sula Floros, Kay DennocK, Martha Stogiier, Barbara Morris. Standing: Wellene Hodge, Veinia Hay. Harriet MeSheehan, Mildred Gaunt, Mrs. Hovle, . d is()r. B John McClure Editor Makilyx Daly Assistant Editor Bud Niemer Business Mancwer The ash trays emptied— tlie coffee cups Hned up on the table for that ' last cup— the floor cleared of all the miscellaneous debris, which had accumulated since the end of 8:00 class til the dawn ' s early light— and all is done until . . . returned for proof-reading. It was hard work, but it was fun— those meetings at 8:00 in The Library Annex— those long and une entful hours of soliciting ads and then— compensation for all the long hours of work— The Annual! (Now we can close up shop and go back to class. . . .) PU BLI Sitting: Bud Niemer, Barbara Morris, Jimmy Turner, John McClure, Bobby Henderson. Mrs. Frances Hovle, Adcisor. Sttindiui : Robert Hickey, Bill Bass, Marilyn Dal ' . I ' vudy Thompson. Sula Floros. 24 " " n CATIONS Wellene Hodge Mabtha Stogner Bill Palmer Business Ianager . Assockite Editor . Editor-in-Chief The close of school in June, 1953, will mark the 6th year of publication of The Charlotte Collegian. Begun in 1947, the paper has been published inonthK under the auspices of the Student Council and has done an able job in inform- ing the students of all events of interest. Gene Williams edited The Charlotte Collegian through the Fall Quarter of 1952, at which time Bill Palmer was elected to complete the work through June, 1953. Miss Mary Denny was again the very capable facult ' advisor. d W : At mi Seated: Bill Palmer. Standing: Wellene Hodge, Robert Hickey, Martha Stogner. 25 HONORARY LANGUAGE FRATERNITY SIGMA PI ALPHA OFFICERS SuLA Floros President Michael Palmer Vice-President Carol Hinson Secrefdry George Lefler Treasurer Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorarx- langnage frater- nity, was established as Gamma Gamma Chapter at Charlotte College in 1950. It is eomposed of French and Spanish students who liave a high scholastic average in a foreign language and who have been recommended by their respecti ' e teachers. The objective of Sigma Pi Alpha is to stimulate an interest in the geograph , culture, people and customs of foreign countries. There are 25 members of Gamma Gamma Chapter. Sittin : Janie Dillon, Harriet McSheehan, Amy Fr ' e, Wellene Hodge, Nora l.eza, Martha Stogner. Standing: Craven Sloop, Jimmie Allen, Rudy Thompson, Jerry Duncan, Sula Floro.s, Arthur Farley, Bill Bass, Fred Morrison, Aaron Berryhill, James I ' carsiin, lim Gunnells. SPANISH CLUB Seated: Jim Sherrill Wellene HocUj;c Bill Bass Mrs. HovK Marilyn Daly Standing:.: Sula Floros John McClnrc W ' lma Ra Henr Beatt Mildred Gaunt Martha Stognei Fred Morrison FRENCH CLUB Seated: Dr. Macy Janie Dillon Kav DermocK Barbara Morris Standin ' j,: Aaron Berryhill Jack Stames James Pearson Charles ' es,s Clarence Britt Bill Palmer OFFICERS-SPANISH CLUB Bill Bass President Jim Sherrill Viee-President Wellene Hodge . . Seeretanj-Treasiirer Mrs. Frances Hoyle .... Advisor OFFICERS-FRENCH CLUB Janie Dillon President Kay Dermody . . . Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Macy Advisor 27 ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS CLASSES Front Row: Miss Elizabeth Ranc; Instructor Miss Joan C ' linkas Greece Mrs. Karoline Weidlich Sfaiiiliii Austria Mrs. H. Freeman Finland N[rs. John Grevas Crcece Miss Mathilda Boerstler D,-. Araeelv Astorga Germany cUiha Mr. , ncly Kolcnc Greece Mr. El mar Weckram Estonia Mr. Charles (). Giihens Latvia Mr. Rodions Riekstins Latvia Mr. James Kaperonis Mrs. Alice Riekstins ' ' ■ ' ' " ' ' ' Latvia Front Roiv: Nick Kastanas Greece Gus Karres Greece John Gianno lis Greece Dinos Micliaeis Greece Nick Viotis Greece Standing;,: Mrs. Gretta W. Kistler Instructor James Chantis Greece OUHHHUBH BASKETBALL 29 BASKETBALL Lcfl to riiiht: Tom Dansoii Jerry Martin Henry Beatty Captain Ronald Patterson Glenn Keever Led by Captain Henry Beatty, the Charlotte College Owls, under the able leadership of Coach Bill Ellis, started their 1952- 53 basketball season with a mild upset o er Halls, Inc. After this, the Owls went on an 8-game losing streak, during which they lost several close decisions. The cagers then broke into the win column by a victory over the Red .Shield Boys Club. The hardworking players of Coach Ellis then hit their losing ways again as they inxaded the campus of Catawba College, where they were turned away with a disheartening loss to the Indians. 30 . . . The Owls maintained an ironic reputation of being a " first half " team, hut the theor that a team pla s bt ' st at home was again illustrated when tlu ' were completely outclassed by the Seahawks of Wilmington junior CJollege at Wilmington. The cagers held their own with the Daxidson Mldkittens through the first half of their next out-of-town game lint were again turned homeward with another tlefeat. The Owls then dropped decisions to Halls, Inc., Faul Crymes. and Pfeiffer Junior College ending their season as they started it, with a ictory o er the Red Shield Boys Club. With the alert and well-maneu ■ered floor play of Henry Beatty and the scoring of Glenn Keever and Beatty, the Owls were able to hold their own against the faster junior College teams. The club was complemented by the hardfighting efforts of jerry Nhirtin and Honald Patterson and the brilliant manipulation of Tom Danson and Desmond Marsh. " Oh! How We Danced But what aching leetl m Mumm ■ FEA TURES SPONSORS Aoiice K rewi for John McClure, Editor of Si Si jlake rJ. dinar for Marilyn Daly, Assistant Editor of Si Si H ' aru rJLou Urauwich for Bud Niemer, Business Manager of Si Si 34 H ' laru C tlen ZJ-urlei for Arthur Farley President of Student Council for Bill Bass, President of Sophomore Class oberta rJ. a it for Wallace Ford. President of Freshman Class for Martha Stogner. Assistant Editor of The Charlotte Collegian J of Qri fhi for Wellene Hodge. Btisincss Manager of The Charlotte Collegian ll ' lartlia J toaner for The Basketball Team SPONSORS 35 unerlati Beat Dancers • Martha Stogxek— Nick Castanas IU€6 Best Looking, • Marilyn Daly— Henry Beatty Most Likely to Succeed • Sula Floros— Bill Bass Most Dignified • Ken Bridges— Amy Frye Best Dressed • Jimmy Turner— Martha Stogner 36 HHBHHHHH uperiati T Friendliesf • Barhaka Morkis— Ji rMY Bakis UC3 Most Studiotis • Sula Floros Best Athlete • Henry Beatty Best All Around • J hn McClure— Jame Dillon Wittiest • Robert Hickey— Janie Dillon 37 Burr Head . . . Reminds Me of Class . . . " Now Listen- Coffee Time Soup for Luneh . . . Part ' Pooper ... I Didn ' t Either 38 " = ' »v , V.% % V-i 0 ' -: . .N- ,0 . .c - " .-- .0% ' ..« = o ' oO " " , « ' so ; vv . r C y r i Photographer 39 A Friend of Charlotte College Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Exelusive in Charlotte at J. O. JONES THE ANDERSONS Our Fine Food Finds Friends 1617 Elizabeth Avenue Compliments of THOMAS HOWARD COMPANY wholesale Grocers The Boar ' s Head First Finest Drive-In Restaurant Air-Conditioned Dinina; Room 1426 E. Morehead St. Charlotle 3, N. C. Phonk 3-5377 40 More People Buy nCA Viciar Than An Other Television Visit Your RCA ' ictor Dealer Today SOUTHERN RADIO CORPORATION RCA Victor Distributor Chafloite, N. C. Compliments of DAIRY PRODUCTS 500 Dalton Avenue C ' hari.oite. N. C. The Independence Mutal Life Insurance Co. 507 E. Trade Street Charlotte, N. C. Plione 4-8590 Compliments of A Friend Of Charlotte College 41 42 Complimcnrs of SIGMA LAMBDA CHI FRATERNITY PRESIDENT lOHN E. HUNSUCKER VICE-PRESIDENT Robert W. Hickey SECRETARY-TREASURER James K. Gunnells CORRESPONDENT William Davis, Jr. WARDEN James F. Turner HONRARI FRATRES Dr. Herbert Hechenbleikner MEMBERS James D. Allen William II. Bass III Venoy L. Bryant William A. Collier. Jr. Thomas B. C:ra vforcl Thomas E. Danson. Jr. Robert A. Hensel Robert J. Martin Dorsey W. Mcllroy Fred E. Morrison James E. Shenill, Ji Roix-rt H. Stone. Jr magmmammmm Success and Best Wishes To The Class of 1953 C iunplimi ' iits of A Loyal Friend of Charlotte Colle2;e WANCO Hoiserv Mills, Inc. fil);)-6()4 W. MoR ' head Street Chai i.oiT!;, N. C. Manufacturers of Women s Full Fashioned Hosiery 54 and 60 Gauge 43 ■■■ ■HHHHHHHIHHI C( impliments of Busi ness Equipment Co. 316 S. Tryoi) Street Phone 2-2905 Conipliments ot St02,ner Grocery Co. 1500 N. Bre ard Street Compliments of The Textile Mill Supply Company 1300 Sonth Mint Street Chablotte, N. C. Ill furnish the electric power, you furnish the greatest power of all- human character and brains. To- gether well make the Piedmont Carolinas the best place on earth in which to live and work. 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