University of North Carolina Charlotte - Rogues n Rascals or SiSi Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1956
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71 ■HHKMnHHBBBHOHn ■J THE CHARLOTTE COLLEGE OWL HAS TAKEN TIME TO INTRODUCE THE 1956 EDITION OF PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENTS OF CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA FOREWORD " All the world ' s a stage and the men and women merely players. This quotation from William Shakespeare is becoming more meaningful to the Students of Charlotte College as they continue on life ' s journey. At the culmination of our college career, we feel that we have reached another stage in the drama of life. For others who are planning entrance into higher insti- tutions of education, this is just another primary step towards their goal. As we take our places in the world, may our inspirational outlook enable us to say with the poet, Robert Browning: " Grow old along with me! The best is vet to be. The last of life for which the first was made: Our times are in his hand Who saith a whole I planned Youth shows but half; trust God See all, nor be afraid. ' j MURREY ATKINS LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE I I N The Staff of the 1956 edition of the Si Si dedicates this yearbook to Mrs. Frances B. Hoyle in appreciation of her contribution to the development, planning and publishing of this book. Without her patient understanding and fruitful advice, this book would not have been possible. ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY MM wmmmmmm— nmm —rmm 1 _£2 Miss Bonnie Cone Director B.S., Cofcei College M.A., Duke University ADMINISTRATION Miss Joyce Dunn Secretary Miss Betty Colburn Assistant Secretary Page Eight ■ ■■HHHHHHHHHHHHHhH HB1 F A C Corbett, Thomas A Psychology B Transylvania Colleoe; B.D., The College of the Bible; M. ., Florida State University. Denny, Mary R English .B., Salem College; V.M., Duke University. Fore, Mary S English A.B., Win ' .hrop College; A.M.. Columbia University. Fraser, Marion L English A.B., Winthrop College; A.M.. University of South Carolina. Gill. Joseph R Engineering Drawing B.M.E., North Carolina State College. Hechenbleikner, Herbert Botany, Zoolog- and Geology .B., University of North Carolina; A.M.. Ph.D.. Harvard University. 1 Ioyle. Frances B Spanish B. Woman ' s CoUege, University of North Carolina. A.M.. Nev, iork University. Hoyle. Hughes B Mathematics .1! .. V.M., University of North Carolina. Long. Rufus A Economics B.S.. Davidson College; M.B.A., Wharton Graduate School. McColley. Earl S Chemist Ph.B.. A.M.. Brown University; Ph.D.. Brown University. u L T Y Mac key. Myrtis Mathematics A.B.. Coker Colleoe; M. V., Winthrop Colleoe. Macy. Pierre French. Spanish Ph.D.. University of Palis. Raney, Ruth Distribution B.S., Ohio University; MX. Of Retailing-Universiti of Pitts burgh. Russell. Luther O Engineering Drawing B.S.. Duke University. Speece. Thelma Librarian B.S.. Geneva Colleoe. Tinkham, Mark Physics .B., University of North Carolina. Warwick, Lewis A Mathematics A.B., Asbury Colleoe. M.A., Universit, of Michigan. Watson. Flora Mae Mathematics .l!., Winthrop Colleoe. Wheelock, John G Economics 111 ' .,. Northwestern University Lav, School. Williams. JohnF Mathematics B.A., M.A.. University oi rennessee. WlNNINGHAM, EdyTH F. Social Science, Political Science B Universiti .1 North Dakota; A.M., University of North Carolina. Page Nine — — -=— — I— L=— = £3 CLASSES _ ■••---- [inn iimwf ' " . _ - ■ ■ ' -■■ •■ •■- -™- 1 " 1 ™ ™ II SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Patsy Hartsell President Robert Stephenson Vice-President Frank Frazer Secretary Wayne Eaton ....... Treasurer Page Twelve M First row Second raw Ralph M. Abercrombie, Jr. James G. Babb, Jr. Fletcher M. Arnold Donald K. Beck Bill S. Avant Albert F. Bernhardt, Jr Darrell L. Avery Fred D. Biddy Page Thirteen FS— « (Mi First roir Second row Clarence C. Britt James R. Collins Lloyd R. Brown Claude E. Davis, Jr Nick J. Castanas Wayne A. Eaton Nick G. Chamis James P. Faulkner SOPHOMORES Page Fourteen ' vn TP ' wv.Wfcyww M First row Second row Merwin E. Foard James F. Garner William V. Foust Dennis L. Gregg John F. Frazer, III Rorert R. Griffin, Jr William H. Freeman James K. Gunnells Page Vijteen Ill « ■!■!■- II M irst row Kenneth R. I Iarris Patsy A. Hartsell Mary E. Haywood Clifton Y. I Ieffner Second row William H. Hendley Justin F. Hendrix Emory E. Hinkel, Jr. Gene K. Hooper Puoe Sixteen First row Second row Eleanor J. Hovis JOE A. KlSER Frederick R. Johnston Sidney C. Kiser Sl.ADE E. JOYNER Peggy A. Lambert James J. Kennedy Barney L. Lisk M Page Seventeen ' " ■ " First row Victor E. Locke y John S. Lowe Daniel W. McCaskill Nalle T. McLeod Second row James W. Mock David K. Molter Jack T. Moore Pat G. Mulvihill M Page Eigliteen M First row Second row William C. Newland, III Billy }. Reid Stanford E. Niemer Charles F. Robinson Walter H. Peake, Jr. Robert M. Russell Robert A. Pressley Lacy Salinders tm i Pas,e Nineteen ■ M First row Second row Donald R. Skender Robert E. Stephenson Charles W. Smith William T. Vickery Paul A. Smith Martha A. Voyles Roger Y. Spittle Ralph J. Woodruff Page Twenty John T. Anderson John R. Barkley Bob M. Beaty Howard E. Bishop John R. Blackwelder William A. Byrlim HOMO (NOT PICTURED) Jack L. Carter Edwin A. Cook Johnny E. Clilp Robert H. Davis, Jr. Charles O. Foster William A. Hager Roger W. Kendrick Joe A. Kiser Bobby L. Knight Charles H. Parker Charles D. Stampley William K. Summerville William S. Taylor. Jr. 1 11 i ■ r ••• t ' hLiJfM FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Frank Garner President Dickie Matthews Vice-President Ann Padgett Secretary Taylor Hill Treasure) I ' age Twenty-two H M Robert D. Adams Keith B. Baucom Theo C. Blackwelder Victor A. Brawlex David C. Alexander Larry P. Beatv Mike B. Blankenship Dewitt T Brown Michael L. Andrews James E. Beckham William W. Bondurant Harold I. Brown lames R. Avers Lamar A. Bell. fr. Bruce A Bowers crniin |. Brown Lionel D. Bass, Jr. Betsv Bennett David C Braswell Alfred H. Bullard to ; i ■ !■ p ' " -■ ' ■ ' m " » ll " ■■ !■■■■ H M Bobbie J. Butler Lee D. Connor Cvven S. Dalv Barbara R. Duckworth James D. Cain Cene R. Counts lackson E. Doar L. Max Dula Jane A. Carmichae] Philip A, Courtney Llovd I. Douglas Ralph I. Easterling Jackie Carpenter Charles W. Cox, Jr. William F. Drinka d, Jr. Bobbv L. Ellis James I . Cato William T . Craven Howard G. Dive lohn E. Faulk iMnMk F R E S H M E N Flovd R. Felmet Eugene E. Funderburke Thomas H. Godfrey David G. Harmer Thomas L. Ferriott Richard }. Gaudet [ohnsie R. Greene J. Hartline Nancy A. Fisher Roger C. Gibson Joseph S. W. Haas Charles F. Helms Brona |. Foster Richard R. C ill land Johnnie W. Hall Gerald C. Helms Harry C. Fowler Betty J. Gladden Alva B. Hancock William G. Henson M John Hill David W. Hurst Woodrow E. Johnston Larry K. Kennedy William M. Hill lames L. Hurtt Verner N. Jordan, Jr. Bettie ]. Kint; Taylor M. Hill William W. Janes Lee Kemper James P. Kilday David W. Hoyle, Jr. James 1. fewell Everett D. Kendrick Robert H. Kissiah Edward C. Hudson. Jr. I Iarr L. Johnston Patricia A. Kendrick Robert F. Lee O P Q iiSmt ■■ ■■■■ H M N C. Leonard George P. Leventis Geddie M. Loflin Olin R. Long Mumford C. Love, |r. David W. Lowrance III Richard A. Lyles John B. Mallard lames I. Malone Charles F. Martin Richard D. Matthews Clarence T. Mayhew Dorothy L. McAllister Robert E. McCathern, Jr. Charles D. McNeil lack I. Meek William H. Mil], 11 Marv G. Miller Bradford D. Mills R. Mincev M Jackie N. Morris Ann L. Padgett Phyllis R. Petty (ohn S. Proctor, Jr. Kenneth R. Morris John D. Patterson Joseph L. Pickard Thomas J. Reddeck. Joseph M. Mullaney Louis F. Pease Edwin S. Plvler, Jr. Larry R. Redmond John R. Noles Joseph W. Pegram Bill K. Poole Merle E. Reynolds Roger L. Oates Marco A. Perez Joe M. Primm William E. Rippy I3MW3HM III ( £ M N Ronald E. Roberts Vann M. Sistare James R. Swafford Vance H. Tesh Frances L. Robinson Kenneth A I. Sloop James 1 . Tarleton, Jr. James W. Thomas Dennis E. Rochelle, Jr. Robert H. Staton, jr. Merle Tavlor Donald M. Trapp David E. Russell Fred H. Stroupe Ronald S. Tavlor Walter W. Vestal |ohn T. Scroggs Vance Summer! in Sara L. Tavlor William D. Wagner 1 M Garland G. Wallace Ronald C. Watts Wayne K. Wellmon Earl N. Wike lames L. Williams Robert S. Williams David R. Wilson Donald M. Wimbish Filmore L. Winslow Douglas R. Yike Edwin T. Young John W. Yount Vaep Thirty M FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Adcock, John B. Barbara, Robert J. Barnes, Philip S. Barrett, Bobbv R. Berryhill, Jack N. Boone, Harold L. Boone, Sam J. Brown, Carl L. Calvert, Richard B., J Carpenter, Enoch R. Carriker, William R. Crocker, Donald D. Dodge, M. Edwin, Jr. Drum, Dewey L., Jr. Faile, Marion T. halkenberg, Robert C. Frink, William B., Jr. Funderburk, Marie B. Green, Kenneth L. Griffin, I homas E. Griffin, William H. Gunter, Samuel E. Hallas, William I lastv, Raymond T. I Till, Robert L. 1 linson, Man G. Inman. James L. Jarrell, Henry ). Kerlin, Gus L. Lee, Hilliard K. Lowe, George E. Lynch, Fulton L.. |r. Maxwell. Charles K. Maynor, William R. McGinn, Edward M. Morris. Jem A. Pegram, William F. Quick, John W. Richards, Nanie L. Ross, Charles W. Ruppe. Marshall Saxon, Da id O. Short. Bobby L. Snyder, Doris L. Spake, Eugene W. Stollery, Roy T. Swaringen, Donald R. Fhomas, Linwood P. Thomas, William E., Wallace, Robert L. Pflfje Thirty one FEATURES Most Likely to Succeed Bill Reid — Patsy Hartsell Iii:wi Foard — Anne Padget Best Dancers Best AU-Round Ken I Iarris — Joanne Hovis ___ Best Looking Bill Foust — Pat Kendrick Friendliest Darrel Avery — Martha Voyles Neatest Bobby Gregg — Nancy Fisher Wittiest John Culp — Betsy Bennett nu BM, J. «J ana aaita uer, J atnu for Billy J. Reid President, Student Council S P N Dennis =L. Ljrt ' 99 for Patricia A. Kendrick Secretary. Student Council ISA IV Ian u 0. JOd for Kenneth R. Harris Editor, SI SI S R S r.s. Vann M Siita, for Vann M. Sistare Business Manager, SI SI (icnael LJaln for Miss Gwen Daly ssistant Editor, Charlotte Collegian S P N Wbi Za,-a JUL, for J. Patrick Faulkner Editor, Charlotte Collegian __ S R S oL a rni Ax . i e dm on d for Barbara R. Duckworth Assistant Editor, SI SI 4 Iid5 i -arolifii O. srohn5on for Ann L. Padgett Asst. Business Manager, SI SI ACTIVITIES _ ■■■■■■■ ■■H Pat Kendrick Secretary William Vickery Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL The 1955-56 Student Council under the energetic drive and ability of its president. Bill Reid, produced one of the most active and successful years ever enjoyed bv Charlotte College. In brief, highlights of the school year at Charlotte College were as fol- lows : I hanksgiving Assembly Christmas Ball at Hotel Sehvvn Formation of CC ' s first Cheerleaders Purchase of Student Blackboard and Bulletinboard Successful operation of " Owl ' s Roost " . Ralph Clontz (FBI Undercover Agent) as speaker for Assem- blv SPEBS (Barbershop Singers) for Assembly Faculty-Student Valentine Coffee Hour " Kilgo ' s Korner " Dance Freshman Dance at Elks Club Feature articles on " CC " in Charlotte News and Charlotte Observer Bigger and better " Si Si " Annual Election of Superlatives Eight editions of " Charlotte Collegian " And many others Page Forty-four Student Council Executive Council Page Forty-five mWmHmmtmtM SOCIAL STUDENT The Social Committee is responsible for all entertainment and social enlightment at Charlotte College. Thev planned all dances, coffee hours and other social activities. The chairman for 1955-56 was Frank Garner. PUBLICITY The Publicity Committee, under the direction of Darrell Avery, served the Student Body of CC by providing all public announcement of coming events. With the addition of their bulletinboard and blackboard, thev completed a very successful year. Pnoe Forty six COMMITTEES ASSEMBLY The Assembly Committee plans and carries out all assemblies at Charlotte College. This year, with John Scroggs at the helm, they brought to CC the following: Thanks- giving Assembly, 3 widely-known speakers, and the SPEBS. ELECTIONS The Elections Committee supervises all student elections at Charlotte College. LIndei Bill Foust, all elections were properly carried out at CC for the vear 1955-56. Page Forty-seven THE SI SI Since the first publication of the Si Si, in 1950, it has steadib grown to meet the needs of Charlotte College. To give an accurate account of the work, joys and accomplishments tor the year, the 1956 Si Si Yearbook is nearly twice the size of the original Si Si. The Editor and members of the Annual Staff feel sure that quan- tity has not overshadowed quality of this, your yearbook. We, the Staff, gratefully acknowledge the splendid cooperation of all who made this book possible. The other members of the staff are: Assistant Editor Barbara Duckworth Assistant Business Manager Ann Padgett Photographer Don Patterson Assistant Photographer David Harmer CHARLOTTE COLLEGIAN Pat Faulkner Editor Gwen Daly Assistant Editor The purposes of the Charlotte Collegian are to record the history of Charlotte College, to give an interesting and enjoyable report on school activities, and to incite school spirit. Under the supervision of the Editor, Pat Faulkner, and the paper ' s advisor. Miss Mary Dennv, the Collegian has provided an interesting newspaper to the students. Faculty and alumni of Charlotte College. The addition of the Business Manager, Johnsie Greene, completed the structural framework of this fine newspaper. mA RHO GAMMA ALPHA I he Rho Gamma Alpha is the social sorority of Char- lotte College. New members are admitted each Fall Quar- ter on the basis of character, personality and interest dis- played in organization. 1 his year the sorority has undertaken several projects. At Thanksgiving, the Rho Gamma members collected mone) and filled two baskets with food for under-privi- leged families. The big project for the year was selling candy in order to buy sorority pins. Pictured at the left are: Patsy Hartsell, President; [ - anne Hovis, Vice-President. Other officers not pictured are: Martha Voyles, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Mrs. Frances B. Hoyle, Faculty Advisor. tfi]9jM Barbara Duckworth Nancv Fisher [ohnsie Greene Bettv Gladden Pat Kendrick Dorothy McAllister Ann Padgett Merle Reynolds Martha Voyles INITIATION I m mamm MMBB »mmmm wm—m ■■ — - — .: 5 SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club, through its social and educational functions, serves as an opportunity to use the language as it is learned in the classroom and to further the good relationships with fellow students. Under the guidance of Mrs. Frank B. i loyle, the students have or ganized to provide a means of educational recreation tor their own enjoyment. Pnge Fifty- two n n n ¥ " " V - FRENCH CLUB Merwin Foard President Jane Carmichael Vice-President Joanne Hovis Secretory-Treaswrer Barney Lisk Social Chairman The French Club ol Charlotte College is in its second success- ful year. ] he club was organized by a group of students in 1954 and is under the very capable guidance and direction of Dr. Pierre Macy. I he club meets quite informally with a two-fold purpose, learn- ing and socializing. Paqe Fiftr-tlircc I X CHEERLEADERS For the first time in the history of Charlotte College, a group of students have taken the initiative and formed a group of cheerleaders to back the Charlotte College Owls. The following students met the requirements: Gwen Dalv - Head Cheerleader, Robert Gilland, Ann Padgett, Nancv Fisher, Pat Kendrick, Barbara Duck- worth. The cheering section has furnished much needed in- spiration for the team. The students made their own out- fits and attended the games because they were interested. BASKETBALL The 1955-56 Charlotte College Owls found the going rough through the mediocre basket ball season, but thev showed hustle and de- termination in even one of their games. Un- der the watchful eve of Coach Buddv Smith. the Owls showed promise of having one of the greatest teams on record. The Owls were led bv the marvelous shoot- ing of Jerrv Gaudet, and the fancv stepping Bradford Mills. The team leaned heavih upon Ross Johnston, Johnny Culp and Bobbv Gregg. These starters, however, were pressed all season for their berths bv Billv Mills. Rae- ford Brown, Earl Beckham and Merwin Foard. Although the Owls suffered manv defeats during the season, almost all the games were won by very close margins. Coach Smith always said, " I don ' t mind getting beat bv a better team; therefore, we should never have been beaten. " The team deserves every word of praise pos- sible for their wonderful performance during the 1955-56 season. Most of the plavers work during the day. attend school in the evening and play ball at night. After practice thev go home and prepare their studies. This is a verv important part in each plaver ' s life, because they must maintain a high scholastic average. We, the students of Charlotte College, would like to extend our gratitude to the C.C. Owls, and their coach. Buddv Smith. Al- though man) students were not fortunate enough to attend all the games, we feel that the team has been a great benefit to the school. I lere is hoping that next year the Owls will have the greatest team ever produced at Charlotte College. Page Fifty-five m fix LC rfy 9 OUR SUPPORTERS HI ' ; J _i_______ _-__-i __-___ 4F L R ' Hl W H L » t ' " ' V dHv ; ' % Jf W» " 1 1 • I 4 g _gg •i •mi L for over 61 years it has been " BeOS for better values Compliments of CAROLINA CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY Phone ED 2-8874 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Pnge Sixty ■ ■■ SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 " veu CHARLOTTE N. C. CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1956 W. A. KENNEDY Our Personal Best Wishes To The Class Of ' 56 YORK Iff,, H ATj Paul W. Brown, Distributors Vann Sistare Compliments of WILBUR-ROGERS Women ' s Specialty Shop 113-115 N. Tryon CHARLOTTE, N. C. Page Sixty-one — — — l M MB You Always Meet Your Friends— When You Shop At EFIRDS (iartbal t Sc Iruns Leading Jewelers Since 1896 104 South Tryon Street YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY Your Friendly FORD Dealer 318 West 5th Street Compliments of MRS. KATE FOSTER Page Sixty-two Compliments o REMBRANDT STUDIOS For any photography, remember REMBRANDT Road Service HARRY ' S ESSO SERVICE 3911 Wilkinson Blvd. Phone EX 9-9106 BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF ' 56 FROM YOUR Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Dealer In CHARLOTTE Creech Motorcycle Company SALES SERVICE— PARTS 201 West Morehead Phone ED 2-7675 HI O T E IL WMI. R. BARRJNGER 100% Air Conditioned CHARLOTTE, N. C. Other Barringer Hotels HOTEL COLUMBIA COLUMBIA, S. C. HOTEL RICHMOND AUGUSTA, CA. Page Sixty-three wanraaflmHAoB 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 KALE-LAWING CO. " Everything For The Office " PRINTING— RUBBER STAMPS 227-231 S. Tryon St Phone FR 7-2641 COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 Stanley Drug Stores, Inc. 1949 East Seventh Street FORDS SCHWAM MOTOR CO What We Say It Is— It Is " 515 East Fourth Street FORDS Ellenburg ' s Beauty Salon 226 N. College Street Phone ED 4-0687 CHARLOTTE, N. C. FOR FINE FOODS PLANTATION GRILL 2426 W. Morehead Street Page Sixty-four " ™ " CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 56 THE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY Charlotte Bireley ' s Beverages Product of GENERAL FOODS Bottled b Distributed By: MIDAS SPRING WATER CO. Phone EX 9-6875 CHARLOTTE, N. C. THE EYES m m m HAVE IT! INTERSTATE INSURANCE INCORPORATED Leo Molloy, Dave Molloy, George Cettier 109 SOUTH POPLAR STREET, CHARLOTTE — FR 6-3585 Page Sixty-five -..,,, H l CENTRAL DRIVE IN Opposite C.C. " Where the Charlotte College Students meet for the best things to eat " Compliments of SUBER ' S TOWN HOUSE 1011 Providence Road Compliments of HARDEE ' S PHARMACY 2907 Selwyn Avenue Phone ED 3-7729 LANCE STANDS OUT IN QUALITY — IN PROFIT IN CONSUMER SATISFACTION Compliments of ENNIS BROTHERS SERVICENTER KEROSENE FUEL OIL 125 N. Independence Blvd. Compliments of DILWORTH PHARMACY 1601 South Boulevard Compliments of RUSSELL ' S GROCERY Statesville Road P rge Sixty six Phone FR 7-6279 R. L. Deaton Automobiles " Better Used Cars " 1106 S. Tryon Street BROWN MOTOR COMPANY Sales Service Genuine Parts For VOLKS-WAGENS in CHARLOTTE, N. C. 1201 S. Tryon Street Phone FR 5-0113 Compliments of THE STAR-CASTLE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Wilkinson Boulevard Charlotte ' s Boating Headquarters A Complete Line of Equipment Accessories NISBET MARINE MART 1330 S. Tryon Street Phone FR 5-4036 " STORESIDE PARKING ' THE HITCHING POST ' BEVERAGES AND SANDWICHES One Block From C. C Corner 4th Cecil Goines- Stratford House 2541 WILKINSON BOULEVARD PHONE FR 5-2541 — EASY TERMS " Qualitji Furniture at Loiv, Low Prices " Page Sixty-seven (Hr, ,fe. !l ittlHYSICS % W. C of it ra in la ticnts to ilia L «.vs of 56 Compliments of STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHS By SIMPSON ' S STUDIO 118 Baldwin Avenue Prtge Sixty eight r " i-
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