University of North Carolina Charlotte - Rogues n Rascals or SiSi Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1954
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PUBLICATION OF CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA GARY A. LANGHORST, Editor-in-Chief MARGARET FALKENBERG, Business Manager LL .J4S 444 1 rH JL =i — ■t ' FOREWORD We of the Si Si staff have embarked upon a mission to bring you a reeord of the 1953- 54 school year. The classes, dances, field trips, coffee hours, and odds and ends are included for posterity J. MURRFY ATK! ' : VmHI UNIVERSITY OF NOiUH iAm Hk AT CHAHLUrTE Hi DEDICATION Orchids to Mrs. Frances B. Hoyle for loyalty, friendliness, dependability, helpful- ness, capability, originality, and last but not least for the help she has given to the annual during the past two years. For these attributes and others we, the Si Si staff, do dedicate tiie 1953-54 edition of the Charlotte College an- Page Fcmr rai ADMINISTRATION iMiss Bonnie E. Cone Director B.S., Coker College M.A., Duke University ' M ISS OVCE ULINN Dun Secretory Paoe Five FACULTY iMary R. Denny A.B., Salem College A.M., Duke University JOSEPH R. Gill Eiighiaer ' uio Drawhig B.Me.. North Carolina State Culleoe I Ierbert Hechenbleikner Biology and Geology A.B.. University of North Carolina A.M.. Ph.D., Harvard University Frances B. Hoyle Spanish A.B., Woman ' s College, University of N. C. A.M., New York University RuFus A. Long Economics B.S., Davidson College M.B.A., Wharton, University of Pennsylvani; Pierre Macy Erench and Spanish Ph.D., University of Paris Page Six FACULTY Earl S. McColley Chemistry Ph.B., A.M., Brown Universit ' Ph.D., Boston Universirv ' Harriet McSheehan Assistant Librarian A. A., Charlotte College Mark Tinkham Physics " ' " A.B., University of North Carolina Flora Mae Watson Mathematics A.B.. W ' inthrop G.Ileoe John F. ' illlams Mathematics B.A.. M.A.. University ol: Tennessee Fdyth F. Winningham Political Science and Social Science A.B., University of North Dakota M.A., University of North Carolina Pnge Seven FACULTY SNAPS a. aSSeS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS William Davis President R. " Pat " Patterson Vice-President M. LoTSHAW Secretary-Treasurer Pa e Ten SOPHOMORES Aaron L. Berryhill JAMES Brady Venoy Lee Bryant William Burris William Collier II. G. Conrad B. J. CORBETT Peter Couchell Pnue Eleven SOPHOMORES William Crabtree Gus Dallas William Davis IaiMES Fitzgerald William Folist I Ierhhrt Gill Emily Greer Lloyd Gregory PflSjr Twelve Han ffl i H SOPHOMORES |0E GrIFFEN JAMES GUNNELLS Emma Hartsell Eugene Holston Louis Hoover loHN ISENFIOUR Glenn Keever Robert A. Knox Page Thirteen SOPHOMORES Gary A. Langhorst Robert Ledford Stan Ligon Marjorie Lotshaw Thomas Mangum Fred Martin Jerry Martin Daniel W. McCaskill Pa e Fourteen SOPHOMORES John R. McClure Bud Neimer Robert Noreen Gerry Ormand Thomas Owen Ronald Patterson 1 )NALU Payne James L. Pearson Paoe Fifteen SOPHOMORES 1 Iarrv Poovey C LARENCE Pope Roy C " . Starnes Martha Stogner Rudolph Thompson Thomas Wamsley [oHN Warlick Barbara Watson Piitje Sixteen ata SOPHOMORES Eva Wheelers Edwix Young Hf " - Paae Seventeen HB HUH FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Joe Taylor President VViLLiAiNi Hoover Vic e-President Jan Shetler Secretary-Treasurer Pas e Eighteen mSB FRESHMEN Ronald Austin Milton Allen bOBBY Barrett Peggy Barrett RoBBY Black Larry Brown iLLiA.M Byram Allen Cremens Marjorie Clark Margaret Falkenberg FRESHMEN Robert Hensel IaCK CiRAHAM Michael Gheesling William Grey Rae Hinson William Hoover Zeke Johnston SlADE fOYNER Fred Kennedy John Kilgo mmmmm iwmmmMmMmMimmmgmmK FRESHMEN Adam Kissiah Mack Mauldin Hugo Misle James Morton |erry Nickolls H. VV. Patrick 1 Iarvhv Poole LouELLA Robinson Kenneth Ross Robert Russell FRESHMEN JAN ShETLER Charles Smith Norman Stack Joseph Taylor Janet Todd ' iLLL M Todd Don Whitfield Maurice fl. Wilson Paii c Tn ' Ciilylwi " ' irTflill yj vacinlza tlo nd STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the governing body of Char- lotte College; its membership is made up of class officers and committee chairmen. It has sponsored many activities during the year. The Student Council can be thanked for organizing and operating the " Owl ' s Roost. " Under the capable guidance of Mrs. Edyth Winning- ham, the Student Council has been led in the direction nf building a better Charlotte College. Her leadership and determination ha e been the " Spark " for many new ideas for furthering the well being of Charlotte Col- lege and its student bodv. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Jerry Martin President LoiiELLA Robinson Vice-President Mariha Stggner Secretary James Gunnells Trenstirer Mrs. Edyth Winningham Fnculty Adviser » ' wi ' !f::mn MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL Left to right, seated: Gunnells, Robinson, Martin, President; Stogner, Mrs. E. Winningham, Facidty Adviser. Standino; Falkenberg, Langhorst, Patterson, Lot- shavv, Da is, W. Hoo er, Taylor, Kilyo, Barrett, Kee ' er, Mauldin. Paae TiventY-four PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Left to rioht: Larr Brown, jan Shetler, Mack Mauldin, Chairman . ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Left to right, seated: Bob Hensel, Marjorie Clark, Marjorie Lotshaw, Chairuian: Harry Poo ey. Staridhio: Dan McCaskill, Herbert Gill. Connuittees not pictured are: ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE-Harry Poovey, Chairman FINANCE COMMITTEE-JiiM Gunnells. Chairman SOCIAL COMMITTEE-DoN Payne, Chairwan Pnoe Tueiity-five Ctarv Arlen Langhorst Editor Si Si Margaret Falkenberg Business Manager Jan Shetler Associate Editor THE SI SI With the preparation of this .inniial it is ncccssar to mention the man eiijis oF coffee, hours of " chit chat, " and the photographs that ha e gone through our hands. We appreciate tlie help of our facuhy adxiser, and the others, faculty and students who were not regularh on the staff hut ha ' e gi en their time in making this annual possible. Elizabeth School, and ' arious homes, ha ' e been used for meeting places for the people who worked on the annual. Almost all times of the day and night have been used to work on copy, pictures, and ad ' ertising. In spite of work outside of school, and classes at night, we ha e tried to bring to you our ideas, and it is with this book that we must be judged. Now, happiK ' , we can all go back to enjo ing life. Glenn Keever ■ Editor OHN KiLG O usiuess Manager Martha Stogxer Assiitaut Editor CHARLOTTE COLLEGIAN The Charlotte CoUege Collegian is the student newspaper oF Charlotte College. It was founded while the college was still under the llni ersit ' of North Carolina and has been published continually ever since. The purpose of the Collegian is to pro ' ide inh)rmJtion tor all persons interested in Charlotte College, to create a wholesome school spirit, and to support the best tradi- tions of the school. The editor of this year ' s paper is Glenn Kee er; Assistant Editor, Martha Stogner; Business Manager, lohn Kilgo. The Charlotte Collegian At Work ___lll RHO GAMMA ALPHA - Margaret Falkenberg President Mrs. Frances B. Hoyle Faculty Adviser Rho Gamma Alpha, the Greek-letter social sorority at Charlotte College, was Founded a few years ago under the name of " Regina. " In October of 1951, the mem- bers met and oted unanimousK ' to adopt Greek letters. The purpose of the sororitv is to promote closer fellov ' ship between the students at C.C. and to uphold high ideals in the college. Rho Gamma Alpha pledges are admitted each quarter on the basis of character, personality, and interest displayed in the organization. The rituals of the sorority are secret and are related only to qualified members. Harriet McSheehain Martha Stogner Marjorie Lotshaw Margaret Falkenberg Marjorie Clark Emma Hartsell |anet Todd Tan Shetler Joyce Dunn A y rrf k v Paae Twenty-nine wmm SIGMA LAMBDA CHI William Davis Prsident, Sigma Lamhda Chi The purpose of this fraternity shall be to band together men of good character in a social brother- hood, foster in its members an interest in the affairs of the college, and aid the college in carrying out its programs. MEs F. Turner Sponsor Iames Brady Venoy Lee Bryant William Collier B. 1. CORBETT Walter A. Cremens Wn,LiAM Davis Michael Gheesling James Gunnells Robert Hensel Robert Ledford Ierry Martin Ronald B. Patterson Harry Poovey loE Taylor Paoe Thtrt -oiie FRATERNITY SNAPSHOTS First roir: Misle, Monty. Miller, Moses, Stogner, Payne. Second row. Gunnells, McCaskill. Daniel. ' . Hoover. Fitzgerald, Bryant. Not pictured: Mrs. F. Hoyle, L. Hoo er. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club was organized to further the interest of Spanish speaking students. Under the guidance of Mrs. Frances B. Hovle, the Spanish Club meets regularly with the aim to fur- ther good relations with their fellow students. In addition to learn- ing more about the Spanish speaking countries, it also presents an opportunity to use the language that is learned in the classroom. This is one of the social organizations of Charlotte College. Page Thirty-three mmmmt iiui iiiiiijii iiit iff.im, iMnjiwnim«niiti-ffifiiwi ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS Left to right: Miss Gladys Olivares, Nicaragua; Mrs. Valentma likaicnko, Russia, IXliss Lula Katapodis, Greece. Second row. Mr. Anastasios Karnezis, Greece; iMr. Willi Schrepfer, Germany; Mr. Richard Schmitt, Germany. Missing when photograph was viade: Mrs. Richard Schmitt, Germany; Mrs. Diane Brissie, Italy, Miss Tassoula Kan- tourou, Greece; Mr. John Scuris, Greece. I cjl 1,1 r - ) : Mr. W ' .iltcT IIckI-ci. Swii nLiiul: Mr. J.miL ' s Gli.intis, i„cccv. l )hn Ciiannoulis, Circccc; Mr. Pete Ganikas, Circecc; Mr. Ckis kanas, Circccc. Paoe Thirty-fniir BASKETBALL The Charlotte College Owls ended their basket- ball season in February. This was a season oF hard luck and one in which the team did not make much of a showing. Howe ' er, we « ' ere fortunate enough to be represented by a basketball team that gave its all throughout the season. The final record of the team was se -en wins and fourteen losses. The record was not at all impressive, but there were some bright spots during the season. The win over Gardner-Webb in mid-December was the first conference game that a Charlotte College aggregation had won in two years. The Owls also fought highly rated Wingate Junior College off of their feet before bowing in a bitterly contested fracas. We were beaten badly by Louisburg early in the season, but when the Louisburg team came to Charlotte they had to go right down to the wire before they defeated our Owls. Probably the most impressive game of the season for C.C. was the 74-72 triumph over Edwards Military Institution. This game saw all the Owls clicking together as a , team. If all the games had been played as this one C.C. would have been a constant threat for the league Championship. We are losing some fine boys off of this year ' s team. Such Stalwarts as Larry Brown, Jerry Martin, Pat Patterson, Pete Couchell, Glenn Keever, Robbie Knox, and Yo Carter, won ' t be with us when basket- ball season opens next year. Returning to help booster the attack next year are Slade Joyner, Don- nie Whitfield, Rea Hinson, Gus Dallas, and John Kilgo. Some of these returning boys were just begin- ning to hit their peak when the season came to an end. Next season is one for which all of the students here at Charlotte College are waiting. V ' e hope that the team will get the few breaks it needs to go all the way to the championship. Martha Stogner BaskethaU Sponsor The team made several long trips this year to meet conference opponents. Trips were made to Louisburg, A ' ilmington, Salisbury, Pfeiffer, Win- gate. Davidson, and Gardner-Webb. Coach George Sparger did a commendable job arranging a schedule and means of transportation. He also did a fine job of coaching the team and the boys always seemed to put out all the drive they could for him. Everyone at Charlotte College would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to Coach Sparger for his fine job. Ne.xt season we hope to carry the Maroon and White banners high on the basketball court. We feel that basketball at Charlotte College is a great thing and that very soon we will be able to put out a winning team. The main purpose of basketball is to build character and sportsmanship. Everyone at C.C. will strive to accomplish these two traits next season as they did this year. We have thanked our Coach and we have thanked our players for the part they played in building basketball at our fine institution. The entire student body at Charlotte College would like to take this time to extend whole-hearted thanks to our wonder- ful director Miss Bonnie E. Cone for the splendid job she did to make it possible for us to have a basketball team this season. Without her untiring leadership, this school would have been without a basketball team. Thank you, thank you very much, Miss Cone, for all that you did for this year ' s basket- ball team. Well, there you have the picture of the 1953-54 Owls. " The Owls were grounded this year, but next year we will spread our wings and fly high. wtaa HsrasBi George Sparger, Coach John Kilgo, Captain BASKETBALL TEAM Left to rioht, seated: Carter, Kil,(;o, Dallas, Kee ' cr, Couchell. Staiidiiiii: Brown, Martin, I linson, Patterson, Knox. ■ li foi. Cf CUY " - " x,url A " " f " ivfi [m i f (I ?5 IL- ' S. S P O N (rs. y-jcii-ij M. cyLancjliordt for Gaky a. Langhorst Editor, Si Si Lja rij J- h iilipi for Jan Shetler AssistCDit Editor, Si Si Paf e Forty S O R S f lancij L a idwe u for Glenn Keever Editor, CJiarlotte CoUeoiau J. C. Wd ion for Martha Stogner Secretary, Student Council Assistant Editor. Charlotte Collegian Png,c Forly-one for Jerry Martin President, Student Council L lark r n larione for Margaret Falkenberg Business Manai!,er, Si Si lA illiam l onit for LOUELLA RdBINSON Vice-Vresident, Student Council W H O ' S WHO The Most Helpful Sophomore to CC Freshmen Marjorie Lotshavv The Most Studiou Students in CC Jerry Martin Tan Shetler Most Likely to Succeed William " Bill " Davis Martha Stogner Best Athlete Glenn Keever Best Dancers )ames Fitzgerald Kitty Monty Best All Around Students Ierry Martin Margaret Falkenberg Best Looking Bob Noreen Martha Stogner Best Dressed Bobby Henderson Kitty Monty Friendliest Students IlM GUNNELLS Marjorie Lotshaw Wittiest Zeke Iohnson Marjorie Lotshaw due rtid ements I v amammimmmam Carolina Sandwiches Duchess Pies — Doughnuts CAROLINA FOODS, INC. 222 W. Worthington Ave. Phone 3-9816 Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Exclusive in Charlotte at J. 0. JONES Compliments of FRIENDS OF CHARLOTTE COLLEGE FUEL OIL— COAL BUILDERS SUPPLIES TUCKER-KIRBY COMPANY Home of " T-K Service " Since 1920 520 W. Palmer St. Phone 6-1585 129 S. College 425 S. Tryon South ' s Largest Home Furnishers I ' a ' fifi Furix ei hi ROOFING Residential Industrial Interstate Roofing Co., Inc. Asphalt 520 W. Palmer Street Phone 5-8447 Compliments of ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CHARLOTTE, N. C. FOR FOOT COMFORT WEAR KNAPP AEROTREAD SHOES R. H. STONE Phone 3-8136 Compliments of GOODBODY AND COMPANY Belte Is the favorite store of thousands who combine smart shopping with thrift! Compliments of POUND MOORE COMPANY Page Forty-nine jB Bsmass Compliments of SOULE STEEL IRON COMPANY 901 N. Church Phone 2-4580 For Better Steel Call Us HARRIS SUPER MARKETS FINE FOODS 1704 Central Ave. 2707 South Boulevard Congratulations to the Class of ' 54 From THE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY Compliments of J. MURREY ATKINS Pane Fifty Compliments of THOMAS HOWARD DE VONDE MACY CLEANERS " The very best in cleaning dyeing " 121-123 West Sixth Street SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1954 e 7 CHARLOTTE N. C. ENJOY ci Hce PEANUT BUTTER SANDWBCHES WITH YOUR DRINK Prtge Fifty-one HHH Compliments of j. B. BLAND, Manager State Capital Life Ins. Co. 221 S. Church St. Phone 3-1887 Charlotte, N. C. Compliments of Ballenger Bros. Coal Fuel Oil Co. 420 W. Second Street Compliments of PUCKETT ' S FOOD STORE BONELL ' S bonbonniere Finest in Imported and Domestic Chocolates 131 W. 4th St. Charlotte, N. C. BAKER-MITCHELL COMPANY Wholesale Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 2135 Thrift Road CHARLOTTE 1, N. C. Phone 6-3521 J if -S iudio }impion s For Distinctive Photography Home and Studio Portraiture Weddings and Children 118 Baldwin Avenue Phone 2-6506 Sittings by Appointment Only HARRY BRYANT FUNERAL DIRECTORS Since 1883 Compliments of THE BOAR ' S HEAD Pflge Fifty-two Foods of Distinction From Plaza Hills Super Market 2515-17 Plaza Road Selwyn Super Market 2907-9 Selwyn Avenue Dowtin ' s Food Store 1404-6 E. Morehead Street I ' ll furnish the electric power, you furnish the greatest power of all — human character and brains. To- gether we ' ll make the Piedmont Carolinas the best place on earth in which to live and work. Duke Power Company (|arikl(Ji % fun Leading ]e velers Since 1 896 104 S. TRYON ST. Page Fifty-three mataa mmamaa PATRONS We of the Si Si Staff would like to thank the following Patrons who have helped and sponsored this year ' s this and wish the best to all of them. Annual. We sincerely appreciate Whisnant Furniture Company Miss Ida Laura Matthis Hotpoint Headquarters " N. C. Greer Grocery " Where finer foods are sold " Miss Erma L. Thomas Miss Doris L. Flowers Mr. Mrs. James L. Winningham Miss Rue Alexander Mrs. Pamelia Robinson Mr. Mrs. W. G. Martin Miss Margaret Flintom Mr. Mrs. T. N. Owen, Sr. Mr. Kenneth Bridges Mr. |. E. Holston Miss Julia Gluyas Jerome B. Hamer, M.D. L. E. Fleming, M.D. George H. Petteway, M.D. Mr. Mrs. John Barton Miss Margaret M. Stegall Mr. Victor L. Stephenson Mr. Mrs. B. D. Fish Mr. Mrs. John Doe Mr. Mrs. C. D. Costner Mr. Mrs. Wm. Norris Mr. Walter C. Langhorst Pave nfly-four Working TOGETHER. . , orking together is the theme of the OBSERVER PRiniinC HOUSE publications department. UJe cannot do our best work without your assistance— you cannot expect to get the best results from your efforts without willing assistance and cooperation from your printer. 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