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' . iA-it }± ' ' •y .r( ' v} fsmmm X AT CHARLOTTE COLLEGE II l S: • ANNUAL PUBLICATION. CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINA On January 17, 1957, Charlotte College celebrated its tenth anniversary. We, the stu- dents who are now a part of OWL LAND, remember the occasion with feelings of pride and determination. That night " we took our hats off to the past. " A ' e remembered the beginning— an extension of the University of North Carolina to educate an overflow of veterans. We remembered the growth— a two year junior college accredited by the North Caro- hna Department of Public Instruction to provide college for hundreds of yearning men and women. VVe plaved our parts in the present— Charlotte College, a real college in spirit— " the spirit of pioneers, pioneers building a college, a college to provide pioneers to build our nation! ' " We took our coats off to the future " — four years of college, buildings and grounds, classes da) ' and night. January 1957-A DREAM! January 1967-A REALITY! 19 4 6 1 9 1 9 1 9 1 9 19 4 7 4 8 4 9 5 5 1 19 5 2 19 5 3 19 5 4 19 5 5 19 5 6-1957 UNlVERSiT Of wC.i.ri CARUUNA CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS DEDICATION To Mrs. Edyth F. Winningham, as a tribute ot thanks for her untiring efforts in hehalf of the students of Charlotte College, we dedicate the 1957 Si Si. ' r m li iiimI-- - ' — ■- - ■■t - - ' - iLai 1 ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION Miss Bonnie Cone Director B.S., Coker College M.A., Duke University " Wonwii of the Year " Miss Joyce Dunn Secretary Mr. Harper Higcuns Registrar B.S., Prcsbvterian C .lle ;c M.Ed., UnivcTsitv of Ni.rth Car .lin;i Mrs. Hazel Muli ins Secretary FACULTY Baker, Evelyn Ensjish A.B., Winthrop College; A.M.. Duke University. Brown, Glenn L English A.B., Lenoir Rhyne College. CoRBETT, Thomas A Psychology A.B., TransvlvMla College; B.D.. The College ,f the Bible; M.A.. Florida State Universltv. Darholt, Jerome O Engineerinti Drmvina B.M.E., North Carolina State College. Denny, Mary R English A.B.. Salem College; .M.. Duke llniversitv Fore, Mary S English A.B., Winthrop College; A.M.. Columbia Uoiversitx. Freeman, Gordon E English A.B., Queens College; M.A.. Duke UnivervitN. Green, Phillip J History .B. M.A.. University of Alabama; Ph.D.. lInivcr it of Chicago. Heckenbleikneb, Herbert Botany. Zoology und Geology I! University of North ' Carolina; A.M.. Ph.D.. Il.irvard University. [ loYLE, Frances B Spimi .h B. Women ' s College. Unixersity " f North Carolma; A.M., New York University. Macy, Pierre French and Spanish A.B., University of Nancy; . .M.. Unixcrs.tv ..f ni|..pl; Ph.D., Unixersity of Paris. Markham, Eleanor Mathematics , .B., M.A., Duke Unneisity. McColley, Earl S Chemistry Ph.B., A.M.. Broxvn llniversitx; Ph.D.. Boston Uni McIntyre, Katherine Librarian B.A.. Converse College; B. A. in Library Science, McKiNNON, Walter H. B.E.E., North C; State E ' ectrical Engineering Engineering Drawing Norman, John H Chemistry A.B., Erskine; M.A., Universltv of North Carolina. Raney, Ruth Distribution B.S.. Ohio University; M.L., University of Pittsburgh. Russell. Jr.. Luther O. B.S.. M.L.. Duke Uriversity. TiNKHAM, Mark Physics .B., University of North Carolina. V ' arwick, Lewis A Mathematics A.B., Asburv College; M.A., University of Michigan. Watson, Flora Mae Mathematics A.B., Winthrop College. Wheelock, John G Business Law L.L.B., Northwestern Uni ersity Law School. Winningham, Edyth F. Social Science and Political Science A.B., Universltv of North Dakota; A.M.. University of North Carolina. AS THEY ARE OFTEN SEEN... SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Frank Garner President Merwin Foard Vice-President Jane C ' armichael Secretary Tommy Cato Treasurer Page Tivelve SOPHOMORES David C. Alexaishder Fletcher M. Arnold wi — — » i Darrell L. Avery JAMES G. Babb, Jr. Lionel D. Bass, Jr. Fred D. Biddy Malcolm B. Blankenship Bobbie J. Butler f ? :9m JiMMk ' M SOPHOMORES : Jane A. Carmichael Claude E. Davis, Jr. PiNCKNEY G. Deal |OHN W. DiSHER VViLLLAM F. Drinkard, Jr. David A. Finger Nancy A. Fisher Merwin E. FOard Brona J. Foster I Iarry C. Fowler Charles M. Furman, III James F. Garner Richard J. Gaudet Roger C. Gibson Dennis L. Gregg Robert R. Griffin, Jr. t h h SOPHOMORES Bobby F. Grubb loHNNiE W. Hall tit A Kenneth R. I Iarris W ' lLLLVM G. Hens John E. Hill William M. Hill k lk Taylor M. Hill I3a ' I1) V. I loYLE, Jr. Edward C. Hudson Frederick R. Johnston Harold D. Kellams Larry N. Kennedy Bettie J. King Edward B. Lamar Mumford C. Love, Jr. Dorothy L. McAllister SOPHOMORES Clifford McLean, |r. Richard D. Matthews Jack I. Meek William H. Mill, II Bradford D. Mills David L. Moore Jack T. Moore [ackie N. Morris A Roger L. Gates Andrew C. Pappamihiel Charles H. Parker Joseph L. Pickard William K. Poole John S. Proctor, Jr. Thomas J. Reddeck Billy J. Reid SOPHOMORES Ronald E. Roberts Sandra Roberts Dennis E. Rochelle William J. Shields Vann M. Sistare Kenneth M. Sloop David M. Taylor Sara L. Taylor Ralph B. Tennant Archibald ]. Thornhill, Jr. WiLLLAM D. Wagner Thomas D. Walker Ronald C. Watts James L. Williams FiLMORE L. Winslow Douglas R. Yike SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Robert Alexander Donald K. Beck Lamar A. Bell, Jr. Albert F. Bernhardt, It Howard E. Bishop Dewitt T. Brown Roy p. Burris, |r. James D. Cain C. K. Caskey J. T. Cato John J. Christman Holland G. Conrad Thomas B. Cornelius [ames S. Dixon Howard G. Drye David O. Dlinn Maxwell D. Efird Robert C. Faulkenberg |ohn E. Faulk WiLLLAM Freeman Herbert G. Garrison, Ji Joseph S. W. Haas William Hallas Allan Hammer James P. Hartline Raymond T. Hasty, Jr. Roger Kendrick Iames 1. Kennedy Sidney C. Riser |oHN N. Lannin Geddie M. Loflin John S. Lowe David W. Lowrance, III Robert E. McCathern, Jr. Nalle T. McLeod Charles McNeil David L. Mincey David K. Molter Jimmie V. Morrow William C. Newland Stanford E. Niemer Marco Perez Willl m K. Poole Robert A. Pressley Robert M Russell David O. Saxon David K. Sims Donald R. Skender Wilson Snell Robert H. Staton Robert E. Stephenson Ronald S. Taylor Walter Vestal Robert L. Ward, Jr. David R. Wilson Fnge Twenty-two F R E S H M A N OFFICERS c LASS Bill McMillan . . JOHNNY Craic Vice-President LoRETTA Young . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Pas.e Twenty-four FRESHMEN Reginald L. Adams David H. Allen Robert M. Allen Bobby R. Barrett William I I. Barron [on iM. Bass Keith B. Baucom Donald L. Baxter Thomas ' . Beaty Ralph W. Bigc.ers Theo C. Blackwelder William W. Bondurant Lorenzo B. Brasweli. Robert W. Brkuman Craig T. Brown Alfred H. Bullard Robert Ci. Bunn, Jr. Henry C. Byrd, III William E. Cann Mason R. Chrisman w J ; ' (f ;«► ( f, ttK . " .jritafek - i P O p WiMM J ti sf!1 f O O D f . " " H r - x ' - - FRESHMEN Fred D. Collins, 1r. James P. Collins Charles G. Coltch loSEPH W. COWHIG John W. Craig Jimmy L. Davis Lloyd I. Douglas VicKEY R. Eagle William H. Earnheart William T. Eichost Alice ]. Farris Thomas L. Ferriott Walter C. Ferris Samuel T. Formydlival Arthur V. Francis Guilford E. Furr Albert J. Garmon, Jr. David E. Garmon William E. Gordon Frank D. Griffin iS W Kenneth M. Hancock Henry C. Hardy Charles D. I Iare Shirley I. Hargett David H. Harmon Samuel D. Harmon James E. Harris Charles F. Helms John F. Helms Marilyn M. Henderson Claude H. Herndon |amES R. I IlCKS Claude Hildreth Mary G. Hinson Grear S. Hite Barney B. Holder RuFiis E. Holder James R. Holt Ben R. HoNEYCtiTT Margaret A. FioovER l B -1 1 ii% 0Oik jkm FRESHMEN JOHN G. Hopping Leonard M. How ' Ell William K. Hudspeth, Jr. Thomas H. Huskins Robert D. James U iLLiAM W. Janes Annabelle Jarrell George S. Jenkins Roger A. Jetton Betty J. Johnson David E. Johnson Dan F. Linder Ralph D. Lowthorpe Lowell A. Lynch Iuiian O. McCathern Jack H. McMillan William H. McMillan Elizabeth A. McRorie Albert D. Manus lllDITH A. MaULDVVIN Don W. Metler, Jr. Tommy C. Miller William E. Miller Robert W. Mincey Sarah E. Moore Billy J. Moser Donald Murray Lawrence C. Odom Thomas L. Odom Charles A. Osborne Jerry W. Owens Bernard Peterson Walter B. Peterson Raymond W. Phillips Thomas L. Phillips William D. Poole ppiHHHI n ffiR Hjj ffl tjf f | 4ir? i3» « Ellie E. Price Samuel K. Price Downey C. Purcell Edward N. Query FRESHMEN Paul E. Ramey Merle E. Reynolds John C. Richardson Alma J. Rozzelle Vaughn J. Rlist James R. Shue James R. Shumate ToHN F. Simon Ben W. Smith LoNNiE W. Smith luLiA iNl. Spurrier loE E. Steele Phil R. Swaringer C ' .R, DY O. Thompson |acob L. Wallace John W. Wallace Sidney B. Warner Wayne K. Wellmon Earl N. Wire Terry S. Wilson Edward L. Woods LoRETTA A. Young JOHN F. YOUNGBLOOD iU FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Ronnie H. Adams Jerry L. Ammons John E. Arant Clarence H. Austin Gerald L. Autry Charles A. Avery Kerry T. Bagwell Connie L. Baker John C. Balas John K. Barnes Mybon L. Barnes George N. Barnett Richard Barnett Thad B. Bass J. C. Beacham, Jr. Jack N. Berryhill Edgar Bickett Melton S. Birmingham, Jr. Earl M. Bradley James N. Braswell Victor A. Brawley Olin E. Brooks Harold I. Brown John E. Burley, Jr Janice M. Bryant Marvin Canady Douglas J. Carter Mitchell Cass Frances A. Chaffin William V ' . Clay-ton Franklin L. Collins William F. Conner Thomas B. Crawford William H. Crenshaw John W. Crockett Charles Cruse Daniel W. Dale Charles F. Daly GwEN Daly Robert L. Davis James A. Dingler Dewey L. Drum Thomas G. Dulin Dorothy Durrance Eddie P. Dwyer Baxter N. Eason ScjLoMON R. Ellis, Jr. V ' illiam S. Erhart Bobby C. Evans Arthur C. Farris Carl S. Ford William L. Galloway, Jr. Richard R. Gilland Jack I , Gillis Thomas H. Godfrey Don E. Graham Ben S. Granville HuEY K. Green Frank D. Griffin- Robert J. Grubbs Wade D. Guest Samuel E. Gunter Jerry W. Hammer |oE F. Haney Joseph W. Hardison Leo F. Harward Conrad C. Helms, Jr. Ralph G. Helms Robert M. Hill V ' alter E. Hill Francis A. Hince Thomas L. Hutchins David W. Hurst James L. Hurtt EscA A. James William C. Johnson Merritt H. Jones Richard H. Keeter Iake E. Kendrick Herbert Koon [ames E. Lamb Ronald Ledford V ' illiam F. Lemmond, Jr. ' an E. Litaker Franklin D. Little Dickie L Long Fulton L. Lynch Iohnny C. McCarver Albert O. McEntire Frances McLester James L Malone George Mars Ronald V ' . Martin V ' ester J. May Brevard Merritt Richard M. Miller Clinton B. Misenheimer George H. Moore John D. Moore John R. Moore Charles A. Morris, III Robert E. Muhl Danny F. Norman Richard M. O ' Brien Louis F. Pease John C. Peele Paul F. Peele Joe V ' . Pegram Rickey J. Pope Larry G. Powell, Jr. Alan E. Pressman Ernest i L Prevatte Marvin S. Pridgen James Rankin David E. Russell Thomas W. Rutledge Virgil T. Schrimsher, Jr. Edgar F. Seagle Johnnie A. Seagle Nolan Sellers Donald L. Short Velton Smith Crosby L. Spruill Robert L. Steele Billy W. Stewart Hazel V. Stokes Elmer B. Stone, Jr. William R. Trimble Arthur Tsangarides Wade Turner James AL Varner Robert L. W ' agstaff, Jr. Robert L. Wallace Edward D, Wells, Jr. Norman E. Williams Bobby G. Yandle Edwin T. Young Cecil E. Yount ACTIVITIES STUDENT COUNCIL The 1956-1957 politics at Charlotte College were inter- esting and successful. The STUDENT COUNCIL ot Charlotte College was confronted with manv problems; we are happ ' to state that each and every problem was met and solved— efficiently and expediently. The " Big E " part under the leadership of Bill Henson fulfilled almost all of the promises that it made to the students; the " Big E ' s " campaign motto v ' as: " Vote Big E for a better C. C. " The Student Council members of 1956-1957 can look back upon a ear Hlled with excitement. Thev helped Charlotte College celebrate her tenth anniversars ' , thev saw enrollment of the college reach an all time high, the - promoted the student interest of and in Charlotte College to an all time high. Mrs. Ed th F. W ' inniiigham was the tacultx ad ' iser to the Student Council and much of its success and prog- ress must be attributed to her. Mrs. Winningham ' s ad- ice and encouragement kept all legislation in the proper channels; her charming personality added much to the pleasant atmosphere of the new Student Lounge in which the meetings were held. 1 he Student Council can be proud of its achie ements; it has laid the groundwork upon which future student go ernments can build. The Student Government of 1956-1957 planned for future ears because it belie ' ed in Charlotte College. Ma - the students that follow keep up the good work. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Bill I Ienson, President M. C. Love, Vice-President Gay Hinson, Secretary F. Marks Arnold, Treasurer MEMBERS Frank Garner, Merwin Foard, Jane Anne Car- michael, Thomas Cato, Bill McMillan, Johnny Craio, Loretta Young, Claude Herndon, Bobbie Butler, Bill Drinkard, Jim WilHams, Taylor Hill, Nancy Fisher, Bill Reid, Brona Foster, Doug Biddy, Merle Taylor, R. C. Watts. FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. VVinningham Pfloe Thirty-five Brona Foster, C ' Ju La Pontine Odom Bobby Gregg Don Baxter IJHALllUKiJ iMlLJ.N Ann McRorie Miss Raney, Adviser SOCIAL STUDENT Bill Reid, Cluiirniaii John Proctor Jane Ann Carmichael GwEN Daly Merle Reynolds Jane Farris Mr. Wheelock, Adviser ASSEMBLY PUBLICITY Doug Biddy, (haininiii luDY iMauldwin Peggy Barrett Gay Hinson iMerwin Foard Ken I Iarris Mrs. McIntyre, Adviser COMMITTEES Merle I aylor. Cha ' niinnt Merle Reynolds Raymond Phillips DoRoiHY McAllister Roger Oates Mrs. Winnini;ham, Adviser ELECTIONS Nancy Fisher Jim Williams Taylor Hill THE SI SI Nancy Fisher Editor Brona Foster Assistant Editor Jane Carmichael EAitorinl Staff Bettie King Editorial Staff luLiAN McCathern Editorial Staff loHNNY Seagle Editorial Staff ]iM Williams Business Manager Taylor Hill Bnsmess Manager Joe Pickard Assistant Business Manager Johnny Craig Advertising Staff Claude Herndon Advertising Staff Grady Thompson Advertising Staff Doug Yike Adi ' erfisiug Staff Bill Drinkard Photographer Dave Harmer Darkroom Mrs. Frances Hoyle Adviser Mr. Harper Higgins Adviser It has been the goal of the 1956-57 Si Si staff to collect the most memor- able events of the school ' ear, and to present them so that in future years this annual will help each student tu relive his nights at Owl Land. The Si Si staff has worked long and weary hours to make the dream come true. At times the going has been rough, but most of the time it has been fun. With the formation of many new club groups, the celebration of our tenth anniver- sary, and the election of Mr. and Miss Charlotte College, our annual has ex- experienced growing pains. The afternoons of planning, the 8:00 to 10:00 sessions at school, and the night and day sessions during the WEEKEND will be remembered by all the staff. The Business staff, under the supervision of Mr. Higgins, has reached its goal. The Editorial staff has worked diligenth ' . A special thanks is given to Miss Mary Denny for her assistance with the proofreading. Gracias to Mrs. Hoyle for her encouragement. Just as Charlotte College has reached a peak in its growth and development, the Si Si staff believes that The 1956-57 Si Si has attained a new peak. B mm " ' ' " ' ■■ ' ' " ™ " THE CHARLOTTE COLLEGIAN The Charlotte Collegian is " the newspaper voice nt Charlotte College. " It is a newspaper that is reborn each year under new leadership. The purposes of the Collegian are to encourage worthy school activities, to promote scholar- ship, and to record the history of the school. The editors and the staff of the 1956-57 Collegian did an excellent job. In line with the overall progress of Charlotte College, the Collegian enlarged its staff and presented a larger and better coverage of the school activities-m a larger paper— to the students, alumni, and friends of Charlotte College. The editors of the 1956-57 Collegian predict that the Collegian will con- tinue to grow and expand its services in future years because they believe that the Charlotte Collegian will always be: " A group of students interested in Charlotte College who hope to help change what should be changed; solidify what should be left alone; and, record the history of the school in an interesting manner. " They also feel that the Charlotte Collegian is, " A news- |iaper written not by the editors, but by the staff; a newspai-er whose news is made by the students of Charlotte College. " THE STAFF Bob Butler and Bill Drinkard Co-Editors Bill Wagner (Fall Quarter J Bhs. Algr. Claude Herndon :. .:: . r Business Manager Merle Taylor Associate Editor Tom Huskins News Editor Gay Hinson C " ' Editor Ray Phillips Sports Editor Ann McRorie Feature Editor LoRETTA Young Exchange Editor Claude Herndon PidAicity Editor Lamar Bell Circulation Manager Charles Couch Stuff Writer Gus Deal Staff Writer Roger C. Gibson Staff Writer Shirley Hargett Staff Writer Jerry Owens Staff Writer Larry Odum Sfnff Writer luDiTH Mauldwin Staff Writer Miss Mary Denny Faculty Adviser Bob Butler Bill Drinkard Claude Herndon President Doug Biddy ' ice-President Frank Garner Secretary-Treasurer Bill Reid IlAX The principal aims of Sigma Lambda Chi Fraternity are to promote the high standards and ideals of Charlotte College through whole- some social activities and service to students and college. Main Projects for 1956-57: Awarding $100 Sigma Lambda Chi Scholar- ship. Mone ' was raised for this scholarship through the sale of auto decals and by a paper dri ' e. Operating " Owl ' s Roost ' ' Student Store. Furnishing Hot Lunches For A Needy Child. Serving As Ushers At Assemblies And College Programs. OTHER OFFICERS: Com ' spo„di„g Secre- tary. Merwin Foard; Warden, Bill Henson; Scribe, Ken Harris; Herald, Mumford C. Lo ' e. Pflge Forty Jon Bass Lionel Bass Bobbie Butler Henrv Byrd Bill Drinkard Merwin Foard Ken Harms Harold Parker Bill Henson Joe Pickard Greg Hopping Billy Poole MuMFORD C. Love Tommy Reddec k Dickie Matthews Bill Wagner Jackie Morris Ronnie Watts Active members ncit pictured: Gerald Autry, David RusselL Inactive members: Darrell Avery. Tommy Cato. CS ,0 D O Q ir!8 1- fi ' fj " O ' --% 5=r Page Forty-one MEMBERS Jane Ann Carmichael Jane Eaeris Nancy Fisher Annabelle Jarrell BETTi ' Jane Johnson Bettie King Dorothy McAllister Elizabeth Moore Janet Rozzelle Loretta Young Peggy Barrett (ncit pictured) RHO GAMMA ALPHA Rhi) Gamma Alpha, Charlotte College ' s social sorority, started oft the fall quarter by initiating elexen new mem- bers. The main project during this quarter was undertaken at Thanksgiving when the RGA girls collected mcmey for two unfortunate families. ActiN ' ities durmg the winter c|uarter included the writing; if a new constitution and the selection ot ne« pins. The Rho Gamma Alpha is designed to promote leadershiji. personality, and character thniugh fellowship and service. OFFICERS Merle Reynolds, Prcsi ei;l Gay Hinson, ' ice ' President Ann McRorie, Secretary Judy Spurrier, Treasurer Mrs. Frances Hoyle Fncii (r Adviser Pa c For(y-(« ' o The Writers ' Club was bom to Ser ice and School Spirit in February 1957. Uuth the Collegian and Si Si as godparents, it is proud of its heritage and challenged by the expectations of its parents and friends. It must discover and develop talent suf- ficient to provide a genuine support for its founding organiza- tions and to produce quarterly a literary magazine. Critical ana lysis and reports on great works, as well as the creative WTiting of short stories, essays, plays, and poems, are among the club ' s acti ities. Its youthful ambition is further aroused by plans for working co-operatively with the Dramatics Club and student broadcasts, and of finding means for promoting scholar- ship. It should soon enjoy the honor of becoming a chapter in the national literar - fraternity. Sigma Upsilon. Membership is by in -itation which is issued at the consent of all members on the basis of interest and ability. OFFICERS Merle Taixor President ancy Fisher Vice-Presideni Sandra Roberts Secretary Gus Deal Historian Miss Denny „ ■-.- . - . . . Adviser WRITERS ' CLUB Prtge Forly-ihree warn i SPANISH CLUB Under the guidance of Mrs. Frances Hoyle, the Spanish Club has witnessed a successful and entertaining year. The events highlighting the vear were the Christmas pinata, and the play " La Sopa, " presented in Spanish, naturalmente. Other activities carried out the club ' s purpose of increasing the stu- dents ' knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries. The club is open to all C. C. students interested in the Spanish language. OFFICERS JoHNN ' Craig President Brona Foster SecreUiry Charles Furman Prognjii; Chairviau Bob Butler ' icKY Eagle Nancy Fisher Taylor Hill MEMBERS Bettie King Dorothy McAllister Dennis Rochelle John Simon Page Forty-fotir The French Club of Charlotte College is in its third successful year. The club was first organized by a group of students in 1954. The members at their ver ' informal gatherings study the history, customs, and culture of the French people. Under the guidance and direction of Dr. Pierre Macy, Le Cercle Francais has prospered during 1957. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS JANE Anne Carmichael President L. D. Bass Vice-President Walter Ferris Secretary j. R. Hicks Treasurer Merwin Foard Social Chairman MEMBERS David Allen Gus Deal Iane Farris Frank Griffin Jack Lannin John Lowe La Fontine Odom Carter Purcell Ronnie Shumate Fhomas Ferriott Jack Meek Bill McMillan FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Charlotte College Chapter of the Future Teachers of America Club is now completing its second vear of organiza- tion. The purpose of this club is to inform students of the jx)ssibili- ties offered in this field of education, to help them plan their courses of studv, and to give them insight into the actual teach- ing situation. OFFICERS Ann McRorie President Nancy Fisher Vice-President LoRETTA Young Secretary Jane Carmichael Treasurer Miss Mary Denny -.--. Adviser MEMBERS Brona Foster Mrs. Dorothy McAllister Mrs. luDY Spurrier Merle Reynolds Harold Parker Bill Reid ■fe% .__ . ' - The Discussion Club is an educational club organized chiefly to discuss affairs of interest to the students of Charlotte College. Harold D. Kellams Chairman Guilford Furr Vice Chairman Mrs. Edyth Winningham Factdtx Adviser DISCUSSION CLUB MEMBERS Merwin Foard J. T. Moore Bob Butler Charles Couch La Fontine Odom Robert Stephenson Ralph Tennant Betty Johnson A. H. Blillard, Jr. GwEN Daly Merle Reynolds jiM Babb Alan Pressman Robert McCathern Judy Spurrier Tom Huskins Phil Swaringer Merle Taylor Harry ' C. Fowler W. J. Shields f. Frank Garner C. F. Helms David W. Lowrance Howard Bishop John Eddie Hill Page Forty-seven ■ H CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Belie ino that the words of Christ, " I am the way, the truth, and the hfe, " can be reaHzed in a literal sense, the Bible Stud ' Fellowship came into being. The aim and purpose of this group is, through the study of the Bible, to seek to enrich and deepen the reality of their faith in Chinst. However, it is believed that a life of faith is exemplified by the actions of those who profess to be partakers of the faith. Therefore, this group realizes that man ' s spiritual nature underlies the entirety of his being and that when this spiritual nature rests on the foundation of Christ, life and its intended fullness is achieved. Pas,e Forty ei ht MHHH WHHIBBI a BaBBi The Charlotte College Chorus was organized this vear with Mr. Harvev WoodrufF, director, and Mrs. Marion Hood, accompanist. Meeting e ' ery Friday night from eight until nine thirty the group has enjoyed the fun of singing together. They have presented a Thanksgiving program and Spring sing- ino. Plans are being completed for the Chorus to furnish the graduation music. CHORUS Ihe addition of the Chorus has added much to the atmosiihere of Charlotte College. THE RADIO WORKSHOP In order to extend the voice of Charlotte Col- lege D ' er a wider area. The Radio Workshop was formed in September of 1956. Our slogan and the standard bv which we judge our pro- grams is that our listeners must be able to " Listen and Learn. " The Workshop ser es a dual purpose; it not onlv educates the public about Charlotte College but it also educates the students in radio production. Listener interest has been g(x; d but aried; comments about the program have been re- cei ' ed from o er a hundred miles awav. Although the Workshop is the newest of stu- dent committees, it extends a friendh voice and an open hand to the general public. Chairman: Ronnie Watts i ift. ON THE HARDWOOD WITH THE OWLS N tr •- ' ' = hB Page Fifty-one Bradford Mills Charlie Couch WiLSE Wallace John Christman Larry Powell Jerry Gaudet Jack Lannin Walt Ferris Joe Cowhig Don Metler Bill Mill Coach Hugh (Buddy) Smith SCORES C.C. 41 Javcces 63 70 Schwam 65 74 Queen Citv 81 81 Marine Reserve 100 64 Paul Crymes 67 74 Javcees 68 68 Schwam 64 64 Queen City 69 68 Marine Reser ' e 72 ?1 %- v »«ll mi The Owls of 1956-57 withdrew from the junior College Conference and joined the Jack Love League. The Owls had keen competition from the other teams of the league, but they used their speed and conditioning to offset the experience of the former college plavers who comprised the nucleus of the other teams. The one-two scoring punch of the Owls-jerrv Ciaudet and Bradford Mills-were ablv assisted bv Larrv Powell, Bill Mill, and Don Metier. Adding strength and support to the starting fi e were Guards Walt Ferris and Joe Covvhig; Forwards Jack Lannin and Charles Couch; and Centers Wilse Wallace and John Christman. Much of the Owls ' success must be credited to the coaching of Buddv Smith, who ouided the Owls to one of their most producti e seasons. RGA :sAx 1 w 1 lOlM - ■ ' k A j " 1 . 1 JS M f. Vi Nli jm 1 i 2 { INITIATION FEATURES Bill Reid— Ann McRorie St Loom 1 1 i Judy iMauldwin— Bobby Gregg SUPERLATIVES Most Talented Merwin Foard— Iane Carmichael Neatest M. C. Love— Gay I Iinson FrieiuUiesl Sara Taylor— Taylor I Iill Must Likeh ' to Succeed Nancy Fisher— Bill Drinkard SUPERLATIVES Unsung Hero and Heroine Claude Davis— Brona Foster Wittiest Merle Reynolds— Bill Henson JACKIE Brown for LoRETTA Young Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Chss E. Reiu Hinson, Jr. for Gav Hinson Secretary, Student Council Mrs. W. G. Henson and son, Dubrie for Bill Henson President. Student Conned SPONSORS SPONSORS ■ ' 4 Miss Elizabeth Anne Boland for Bob Butler Co-Editor, Charlotte CoUegian Miss Betty Thompson for Merwin Foard Vice-President, Sophomore Class Mrs. M. C. Love, Jr. for M. C. Love, jr. Vice Prfsu]e»t. Student Couiicil Stanford E. Niemer for Jane Carmichael Secretary, Sophomore Class Miss Elizabeth Ann Boston for 7 AYLOR Hill Business Maiiaoer, Si Si iMiss Martha Faye Davis for Bill Drinkard Co-Editor, Charlotte CoUeoiau SPONSORS SPONSORS Earl N. Wire for Nancy Fisher Editor, Si Si Mrs. F. M. Arnold for Marks Arnold Treasurer, Student Council Mrs. J. F. Garner for Frank Garner President. Sophomore Class IV , ' -»«. Dickie Inman Ianice Lynn Sistare DUBBIE HeNSON ToNiE Gayle Stephenson Kathy Re id Robert E. Stephenson, Jr. Cindy Oates Debbie Bondiirant James Mullins Kim Newland Cy ' nthia Tennant Kathy Arnold Tom Higgins DouGiE Biddy Karen IXewland " " ' ' " ' " " ™ Ann McRoRiE f f. and rni A (charlotte Co ege Bill Reid Fiii e S ' ixt - on ADVERTISEMENTS CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1957 W. A. KENNEDY Compliments of DILWORTH PHARMACY 1601 South Boulevard KISER HARDWARE COMPANY 2408 Wilkinson Blvd. ED 4-8200 CHARLOTTE, N. C. BIGGERS BROS. f INC. WHOLESALE FRUITS PRODUCE Frozen Foods — In stitutional Can ned Foods 2800 South B Duievord FR 5-1661 CHARLOTTE, N. C. " Jt aiufuuA J- a U5 to OUI iL ' Bed ' Page Sixty six mimmij i BiiMHtlHIMH Compliments of THOMPSON CLEANERS 2009 Commonwealth Phone FR 5-7791 Murroy Distributing Co. 1917 S. Tryon Street CHARLOTTE 3, N. C. Phone FR 6-2089 - BYRAM ' S GULF SERVICE 1600 Central Avenue mm] CAS— OILS Battery Road Service Phone ED 4-3492 Congratulations to •The Class of 1957 " + + COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK SURE-FIT SEAT COYER CENTER 4th at Brevard Seat Covers — Custom Trimmed Convertible Tops Compliments of EIGHTH STREET MARKET 421 W. 8th Street Page Sixty-seven CERTIFIED READY-MIXED CONCRETE CRUSHED STONE — SAND — GRAVEL CONCRETE SUPPLY COMPANY 424 S. Brevard Street Phone FR 6-7411 CHARLOTTE, N. C. PARKER-GARDNER CO. Musical Headquarters 118 W. Trade Street Phone ED 2-8257 YOUNG MOTOR CO. Charlotte ' s Friendly Dealer jl 318 W. 5th Street Compliments of Carolina Concrete Pipe Company Phone ED 2-8874 Phone ED 4-9250 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Pa e Sixty-eight HOTEL 100% Air Conditioned CHARLOTTE, N. C. Other Barringer Hotels HOTEL COLUMBIA COLUMBIA, S. C. HOTEL RICHMOND AUGUSTA, CA. SHOE REPAIRING BRAKNER ' S SHOE SERVICE Quality Shoe Repairing 1217 Central Avenue Phone FR 6-1222 All Kinds of Keys Made Locks Repaired New Used Safes Safes Unlocked and Repaired Charlotte Lock Safe Service Co. Trunk Luggage Locks Installed Combinations Changed Telephone EDison 3-1796 Marshal Mctvlanus 1219 Thomas Ave. Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAM B. PURSER CO. Telephone FR 5-5406 3807 Monroe Road Hard Floor Coverings Rugs and Carpeting P. C. GODFREY PLUMBING— HEATING AIR-CONDITIONING 1816 Rozzell ' s Ferry Road Page Seventy L JARMAN SHOE STORE 138 WEST TRADE STREET SELWYN HOTEL BUILDING CHARLOTTE 2, NORTH CAROLINA LANCE STANDS OUT IN QUALITY — IN PROFIT IN CONSUMER SATISFACTION FROM THE HOUSE OF. f FROM THt HUU-it ur . Mitchum Tucker Company Manufacturers of M T PEANUT PRODUCTS 1218 Gordon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1957 i eu- CHARLOTTi. N. C Page Seven -onc mam The Best Sandwiches at RAMBLER SANDWICH SHOP 1132 Elizabeth Avenue (Opposite Charlotte College I Compliments of CENTRAL AVENUE GRILL 2007 Central Avenue CARROLL ALIGNING SERVICE 614 South Tryon Street Line up with Bear ' J Robert Carroll Phone ED 4-7251 Charlotte Plumbing Compony Phone FR 6 -9705 H R Walker and H. J Walker (State Wide License 1141 ) RESIDENTIAL— COMMERCIAL 3811 Monroe Road CHARLOTTE, N. C. Lompliments of JIM ' S TAVERN 1409 Central Avenue Compliments of Charlotte Liberty Mutual Insurance Company 121 East 4th Street e.e Seventy-two 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 COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 Stanley Drug Stores, Inc. 1949 East Seventh Street Goines- Stratford House 2541 WILKINSON BOULEVARD PHONE EX 9-0461 — EASY TERMS " Quality Furniture at Low, Low Prices " You Always Meet Your Friends— When You Shop At EFI RDS Page Seventy-four artbal t $c Iruus Leading Jewelers Since 1896 104 South Tryon Street FOR FINE FOODS PLANTATION GRILL 2426 W. Morehead Street We rent ond repair all makes of type- writers and manufacture rubber stamps. Printers, Stationers, Office Outfitters KALE-LAWIN6 COMPANY 227-231 South Tryon RINGSIDE GRILL 1431 E. 4th Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. STAURAKAS BROS. TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT A. F. DANCY COMPANY 215 W. Second St. ED 4-2706 JOHNNY ' S DRIVE-IN Joy Laundry Cleaners MIDWOOD FLOWER SHOP NIYEN ' S SUPER MARKET Page Seventy-five for over BB years it has been Belte for better values CENTRAL DRIVE IN Opposite C.C. " Where the Charlotte College Students meet for the best things to eat " Compliments of CONDER ' S PIANO SERVICE Piano Tuning Service and Sales ED 3-0640 1047 Central Ave. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 57 + + THE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY Page Seventy-six CHEAPER to build, remodel, repair with M EXCEEDS ASIM SPECIflCATlON C 387-56T Need a little, buy a little . . . SAKRETE! All ingredients for per- fectly-balanced, real concrete or mortar packed in convenient- sized, moisture-proof bags. Con be stored for months. Gel SAKRETE -today! W. R. Bonsai Company, Inc. Lilesville, North Carolina OBSERVER f »IITIiVg- Compliments of Boulevard Barber Shop HE Pnge Seventy seven CRO UCH ' S SERVICE STATION 2920 N. Independence Boulevard Ample Parking Near Coliseum ' Refreshment to You Through the Years HILL ' S CLOTHING STORE 1500 Central Avenue CHARLOTTE, N. C. FASHION CENTER Owen C Hill, Mgr Ivy League Clothes Ward ' s Furniture Appliance Company, Inc. 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