University of North Carolina Charlotte - Rogues n Rascals or SiSi Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1960
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alma mater To the school we love so dear, Our hearts will always linger near, As we sail o ' er life ' s tempestuous sea; For the friendships good and true, Our hallowed mem ' ries are of you, To " CC " our love and loyalty. Gary Idol editor-in-chief Bob Barrett business manager WillHW I IIIMI I M — H M h ' : T .Miill JW| ' JJ|. .1%JH| foreword To tell the story of our college, its progress and achievements, and its unswerving march forward, is our aim in this tenth edition of the Si Si. In picture and in word, the activities of our college year are assembled here as a monument of the past and a symbol for the future. Page Four M administration and faculty .15 students 23 activities 43 sports 69 features 75 advertisements 95 E9H m dedication With sincere appreciation for his deep understanding, patient guid- ance, and personal interest in the students of Charlotte College, we, the staff, dedicate this tenth edition of the Si Si tcJ Dr. Pierre Macy. He has inspired us to greater achievements through his teaching and counseling and he will be fond- ly remembered in our memories of Charlotte College. 4 through these doors we see Page Eight the charlotte college ot today Page Nine the main hall the charlotte college architect ' s drawing of tomorrow prapos master i }$ttliF + r rrr Page Fourteen administration and faculty Page Fifteen wm Bonnie E. Cone Director of Charlotte College B.S., Coker College M.A., Duke University Page Sixteen iaa H. T. Higgins, Jr. Registrar B.S., Presbyterian College M.Ed., University of North Carolina administration W. L. Yarbrouch Business Manager B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College Mildred English Director of Student Personnel B.S., Richmond Professional Institute M.A., Syracuse University Page Seventeen WM faculty English L. Evelyn Baker A.B., Winthrop College A.M., Duke University Wayne C. Church Mathematics B.S., M.A., Appalachian State TeacheTs College Ed.D., Indiana University Jerome O. Darholt Engineering Graphics, Mechanical Technology B.M.E., North Carolina State College Mary R. Denny English A.B., Salem College A.M., Duke University Mary S. Fore English A.B., Winthrop College A.M., Columbia University Gordon Q. Freeman English A.B., Queens College A.M., Duke University Fielding Scott Gaar Chemistry B.S., University of Virginia Cloyd S. Goodrum, Jr Mathematics B.A.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute A.M., University of North Carolina Philip J. Green History A.B., M.A., University of Alabama Ph.D., University of Chicago Herbert Hechenbleikner Botany, Geology, and Zoology A.B., University of North Carolina A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University faculty Frances B. Hoyle Spanish A.B., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina A.M., New York University Lola Knox Secretary B.S., Arkansas A. M. College Martha E. Lawrence Mathematics B.A., Winthrop College M.A., Duke University Herbert Lynch Head, Charlotte College Department of Engineering, North Carolina State College B.S.Che., North Carolina State College M.Ad.E., New York University Engg.Sc.D., New York University Walter H. McKinnon Fields and Circuits B.E.E., North Carolina State College Pierre Macy French and Spanish A.B., University of Nancy M.A., University of Dijon Ph.D., University of Paris Eleanor M. Markham Mathematics A.B., A.M., Duke University Hazel Mullins Secretary Carol B. Mullis Electrical Technology B.E.E., North Carolina State College John H. Norman Chemistry A.B., Erskine College M.A., University of North Carolina faculty Verne R. Ploger Economics and History B.G.E., M.A., University of Omaha R. Ramona F. Potter English A.B., Ripon College Ruth L. Raney Distribution B.S., Ohio University M.L., University of Pittsburgh Gayle H. Ricgsbee Machine Shop A.S., Southern Technical Institute Hortense Rogers Mathematics A.B., M.A., Winthrop College Luther O. Russell, Jr. Engineering Graphics B.S.M.E., Duke University Mozelle S. Scherger Librarian B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College ByS.L.S., University of North Carolina Juanita Sims Secretary Allan T. Slatt Engineering Graphics B.S.M.E., Purdue University John F. Smith Mathematics A.B., M.A., Furman University faculty Clyde Swofford - Mathematics A.B., Wake Forest College Albert M. Thorne Chemistry B.S., Leigh University Sam M. Thornton Psychology B.A., University of Dayton M.A., Ohio University Mark F. Tinkham Physics A.B., M.Ed., University of North Carolina Eugene Todd Coach B.S., Clemson College Flora Mae Watson Mathematics A.B., Winthrop College John G. Wheelock Economics LL.B., Northwestern University Law School Joseph B. Whitener Mathematics and Physics A.B., M.A., Trinity College (Duke University) Edyth F. Winnincham History and Political Science A.B., University of North Dakota A.M., University of North Carolina Harvey L. Woodruff Choral Director B.S., New York University M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University class officers Jerry Owens President Ed Silber Vice-President Rose Erwin Secretary-Treasurer John Edward Abernathy Larry Grier Abernathy William J. Alexander Bruce Arnold Andersen James Farris Baker Thomas C. Barnes «MJiM ■9 , b Bobby Ray Barrett Thomas Francis Baucom Walter Larry Beamguard diMii Charles Robert Benson Douglas Donald Bivens, Jr. Roy E. Bivens J « MJhdk Albert Medlin Bolick Lawrence Bowles Donald R. Brown AMAlA - w» « 1 4 4 HMtih Gerald Lee Brown Donald Ray Buff Danny Elward Bush Gary Eldon Carlton Russell Ernest Chappell John E. Cobr Raymond W. Collins Edward Tollett Cook Tommy Barnes Cornelius Sabir H. M. Dahir Patricia Ann Daniel Charles Steven Deal Richard Maurice Earnhardt Archie Hal Edwards Esther Rose Erwin Evelyn Faires Russell Clifford Gilbert Noah Yates Giles, Jr. Olin Sylvester Giles, Jr. M. W. Grass, Jr. David R. H. Griehsbach Jerry Clyde Gunter Howard Lee Hailey Eric T. Helms Jack Donald Helms Mary Angeline Hilton Clinton Wilson Hoover Larry Allan Hoover Walter Edward Hoyle Caryl Blanche Hunter MdM A Gary Eugene Idol Fred Arnold Jenkins Dewey Lester Johnson Mary George Katsaris Harold Donald Kellams Edwin Scott Key James Russell LaRoach Joyce Ann Lawing Walter Stephen Linker Onita Lee Long Lawrence Julius McCall Mary Lee McClung Maurice Daniel McIntosh William David McKee Lathan Gilmer McLean Donald F. McMillan Billy Glenn McWhorter Desmond F. Marsh Charles Anthony Marwitz Thomas Morrison Melton Gail Deanna Merrell Jack Peter Messina Sarah Elizabeth Moore David E. Mullinax Jacqueline Nesbitt Napoleon J. Owens, Jr. Maxwell Eugene Petty William Edwin Phillips William Davis Poole Martha Elizabeth Price KM Bobby Ed Reynolds William Louis Riley Georgia Mae Rivers Walter Lee Roe Ruth M. Ross Floyd C. Schermer Edwin R. Scott John Tatum Scroggs Lillian Seaman Claude D. Secrest Daniel T. Seeger Gerald Lee Shore Edward Joseph Silber John Flynn Simon Charles Douglas Simpson Edwin L. Sims, Jr. William Collier Sledge Samuel Hugo Smith, Jr. Robert Buise Steen John O. Summey Donald F. Talley Larry Benford Teffeteller Robert J. Thomas Frank W. C. Timson, Jr. Robert C. Tourtellot James Everett Turner A. Clayton Vanderburg Jerry C. Wilson Charles Bogard Wyatt John M. Yandle dfai diA BBSSBBffiHHmH H HH freshmen DAdtkdt dikriAdtMtiA Edgar N. Acra John T. Adams Larry Donald Allen Joseph Leon Anderson, Jr. Keith Morgan Arrowood Ronald Louis Arthur William Gerald Austin John Christopher Balas Robert Boyd Barbee Joseph Daniel Barber, Jr. Willis Bryant Barley, Jr. Robert Francis Barr Robert Beachley Robert F. Beagle James Beard Robert Odell Benson Robert Lee Blackwelder Thomas Hughes Blankenship Edward Darvin Blanton, Jr. Esther Lovelace Blythe John Charles Booth Jimmie D. Bostic Robert Thomas Bradburn Jackie Roland Bradshaw Gwenette Brafford Page Thirty-three freshmen Benjamin Loman Bright Robert Charles Brown Henry O. Burns Bill M. Caldwell Charles Dudley Callicutt Nobel Dean Carlson Kenneth Lemar Carmack Richard Wilson Carriker Donald Lee Carter Jack Edward Carter Larry Alexander Cauble Carris Manley Caudle, Jr. John Banks Choate John Leslie Choate Robert Theron Clark Jullie Clary John Thomas Cochran Daniel Curtis Collins Donald Collins Eulas Gary Colvard Helen Kay Combs Michael Davis Connell Oscar Watson Connell, Jr. Charles Wayne Conner James p. Cornell, Jr. Page Thirty-four n«s» - iA4iU mriMdA t HM freshmen mMik dMAkdtM James Donald Cox Emily Marie Crabtree Marvin Stevenson Cranshaw Billy P. Creech James Robert Davis Robert Burwell Davis Lewis R. Denton Daxid Walter Derrick Melvin Dixon Thomas Roland Doster Paul Robert Drossin John Henry DuBose Samuel John Duckworth Samuel James Earnhardt William Croker Eason Haley Allan Elliott George W. Emerson, Jr. Robert Frederick Ferguson Alfred Claude Forrest John Leake Fort Sarah Freeman Robert Funderburke James Funderburk Ronald Funderburke Charles Silas Funk Page Thirty-five freshmen Linn Dunklin Garibaldi, Jr. Violet Madlyn Gilbert James Wayne Godfrey George W. Graham, Jr. James Richardson Graham James William Grant, Jr. Thomas Jackson Gribble William Homer Griffin, Jr. William Thaddeus Grimstead Barry Briton Guthrie Steve Wiley Haas James Gordon Hamilton Frank Ervin Harkey, Jr. Michael H. Harmer Larry Harrill Laura Eugenia Harris Linda Leete Harris Roy Lee Harris, Jr. Willie Victor Harwell, Jr. Timoth P. Hewell Lynda Hilton Hicks William W. Hicks, Jr. James Roger Hill Barry Franklin Hinson Robert Eugene Hoffman Ad kA mmdi, i d. MfiidiHiM itkrfr dtiAi Page Thirty-six raffiMn HBBBHBI tiAd M Katy Connor Hollingsworth William Merle Holtzclaw Fay Melvin Horton Max H. Howie Wallace Gene Hughes Malinda Ellen Huss Larry Eugene Irvin, Sr. James Patrick Jackson Earl Terry James Kenneth Hardis Jamison John Curtis Johnson James Guy Johnston, Jr. Doris Jeanette Keith Rell Brown Kendall Fred Goodson Killian Norman T. Kinzie John Michael Kiser Bobby Eugene Lambert James Wellington Latane Richard Allen Latty Clarence G. Lavving, Jr. Patty Ledford Hoyal Dudley Lord Gary Everett Lowder Dedrick Lunsford Page Thirty-seven freshmen Rees Dwelle McCal] Ronald McCurdy Allan Richard McLean Gerald S. McManus John David McNair Thomas Avery McNeely Henry Barnes Marshall Raymond Massey Charles Leonard Matheson Jane D. Maurice Martha C. Maurice Jerry Merritt Nancy Carolyn Miller Rex Franklin Miller, Jr. Roger Wayne Mingus Rudolph Benjamin Mixon, Jr. Carl B. Moore, Jr. John Moore Robert Lee Moore Rebecca Morris Robert Lee Morris John D. Morrow Jesse R. Moye, III Kenneth ,Wa ne Mullis Lane Mullis Page Thirty-eight iiMdidAit AdiA mnwiiirmmi iiMiwiiwgmuiai freshmen mMdikAk Patricia Murray Patricia Ann Norman Susan Rone Osborne Yves Panelli-Bigay Dorce Howard Payne, Jr. John W. Pender Tommy Edward Pendleton Lacy Perrell William H. Pharr William Pleasants Jerry Melvin Poplin Wade Irvin Ramsey, Jr. James Reginald Rawlins Clifton B. Rhodes Jerry Clarence Rich David Livingston Riley Edward Whaley Rion Larry Randolph Ritter Andrew William Routh Edwin B. Rowell Gene Conway Rushing Elford Keith Scruggs Robert Mickael Sebek Elizabeth Ann Settlemyre James Settlemyre Page Thirty-nine freshmen Paul Alexander Shinn Ray B. Shrum Hugh Edward Singleton Fred Skaff Walter Alston Sloope Gary Richard Smith James Warren Smith Kenneth Carson Smith Rosemary Smith Sidney Smith Sandra Snyder Jerry Helton Spencer Gerald M. Stafford John Stafford LeRoy Stanton Joe Lee Starnes Herman Burnell Staton, Jr. Hubert Max Steinek, Jr. Jimmie Stevens William Harold Stroupe Thomas M. Suggs George Jacob Swart Howard Wayne Therrell Phillip Martin Thomasson Emmetf Nelson Thompson Page Forty freshmen Joe Evans Thompson, Jr. Ray Lee Thompson, Jr. Roy Wilton Tiller Lloyd Clifford Torrence James E. Vandiver, Jr. Robert K. Virnelson Donald Edward Wegner Dennis Gerard Whitaker Vivian Nadine White Gerald Allen Williams James H. Wilson Robert Edwin Wilson, Jr. L. P. Wofford William Earle Wolf Page Forty-one m activities OFFICERS Ed Phillips President Jim LaRoach Vice-President Deanna Merrell Secretary Jerry Williams Treasurer student council Page Forty-jour In session The Student Council is the governing body of the students at Charlotte College. It serves the student body in every possible way, forming commit- tees vital to the student government program, and formulating with the approval of the students and faculty, certain school policies. A new com- mittee organized this year is the Inter-Club Council whose main responsi- bility is to coordinate meeting dates to prevent conflicts. Another first this year is membership in the National Students Association. The Student Council has also served the students through the operation of the Owl ' s Roost and by providing funds for basketball, assembly pro- grams, the newspaper and social functions. Seated: Jerry Williams, Ed Phillips, Jim LaRoach, Deanna Merrell. Firsl row: Tommy Cornelius, Effie Bishop, Kanela Maydanis, Ann Settlemyre, Emily Crabrree, Ed Silber, Rose Erwin, Mrs. Winningham, Ed Singleton, Bob Barrett. Second row: Jerry Owens, Wayne Conner, Bobby Sadler, John Yandle, Jimmy Latane, Howard Payne, Gary Idol, John McManus. PUBLICITY The members of the Publicity Committee have worked behind the scenes to make posters adver- tising the various activities at Charlotte College. The outstanding work for this year has been the many posters giving schedules of the basketball games. Martha Price, Rose Erwin, Jimmy Latane, Dennis Whit- al«;r. Gary Idol. Jerry Merritt, Mr. Ploger. student ELECTIONS The Elections Committee is in charge of all Student Government elections throughout the year. Votes for the Freshman Class officers, the five Student Council representatives, and the King and Queen of Hearts were tallied by the Elections Com- mittee. The members also prepared the voting places and provided the necessary materials for these elections. Mr. Ploger, Ann Settlemyre, Merrell. John McManus, Deanna JU.IJ.CCVXWI J WZ .CCiSOMA mil am oovu - am INTER-CLUB COUNCIL The Inter-club Council is a new organization a; Charlotte College organized by the Student Cour.ul mainly to fix dates for the meetings of the various campus clubs and to coordinate the many students ' activities at the college. Seated: Pat Daniels, Kanela Maydanis. First row: Martha Moore, Ann Hilton, Tommy Cornelius. Second row: Jim LaRoach, Wayne Conner, Gary Idol, Larry Irvin. FINANCE The function of the Finance Committee is to ap- prove budget requests from the committees, publi- cations, and organizations supported by Student Council funds, to make monthly financial reports to the Student Council and to submit a complete financial report to be published in the Collegian at the end of the year. Jim LaRoach, Jerry Williams, Ed Phillips. ASSEMBLY The Assembly Committee has planned the Stu- dent Government assembly programs for the year- including arranging seating, setting up the public address system and providing flowers as well as ar- ranging for the guest artists. First rmv: Jimmy Baker, Emily Crabtree, Tommy Cornelius. Second row: Reid Wentz, Jerry Rich. SOCIAL Upon the Social Committee lies the responsibility of trying to provide for the Charlotte College stu dents the best possible social activities during the year. Among these were picnics, open houses after basketball games, coffee hours, and informal get- togethers. The rnembers spent many long hours decorating (a tedious task, but fun) and obtaining refreshments from all over town. And then at the last minute they worried about serving the refresh- ments—and especially mixing the punch (as Miss English, our adviser, will remember!). Seated: Ed Singleton, Onita Long, Jimmy Hosse. Stand- ing: John Graham, Ann Settlemyre, Bill Hicks, Gary Idol. Gary Idol Editor-in-chief Bob Barrett Hess Manager Page Forty-eight Mildred Adviser English Frank Darden Photographer Onita Long Class Editor Linda Harris Organizations Editor Russell Gilbert Feature Editor Page Fifty " Ting-a-ling-a-ling goes Katsaris! ' Working hard, Cotton? " " Let ' s get back to work, Ann! " " kit 1:00 A.M. already? " Page Fifty-one the charlotte Jan The CHARLOTTE COLLEGIAN is " the newspaper voice of Charlotte College. " It is a newspaper that is reborn each year under new leadership. The purposes of the newspaper are to create a wholesome school spirit, to support the best traditions of the institu- tion which it represents, to encourage worthy school activities, to promote schol- arship, to encourage the ideals of true sportsmanship, and to record the history of the school. Evelyn Baker, Adviser ■ Page Fifty-two Effie Bishop, Editor Russell Chappell, Editor Max Petty, Business Manager m DeWitt Scott Adviser Wade Ramsey, Jr., and Bill Barley, Photographers First row. Sara Ingold, Sabir Dahir. Second row: Kay Combs, Deanna Merrell, Jerry Merbitt. Seated: John Yandle. First row: Kay Combs, Deanna Merrell, Martha Moore, Ann Hilton. Second row: Hal Edwards, Larry Teffeteller, Gary Idol, Olin Giles. freshman advisory council The Freshman Advisory Council which is a part of the Student Govern- ment Association, is composed of mem- bers of the student body who are selected by the Student Council each year. The purpose of this committee is to orient new students to Charlotte College, to help them with registration, and to assist faculty advisers in counseling during Orientation Week. John Yandle Chairman H m Ed Silber, Deanna Merrell, Olin Giles, Hal Edwards. marshals The commencement marshals are ris- ing sophomores who have maintained the highest scholastic average durino their freshman year. The marshal who has the best academic record is designated chief marshal. The marshals usheV for Commence- ment, the Baccalaureate program, and Honors and Installation Night, when scholarships and awards are announced and student government officers in- stalled. Ed Silber Chief Marshal phi ttieta kappa iota lambda chapter The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to pro- mote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fellowship among the students of the college. Membership is offered to those who achieve and maintain high scholastic re- quirements. Proper college spirit, interest, and attitude, however, are also necessary for membership. Phi Theta Kappa engages in various types of activity. Its primary project this year is to give a full scholarship to an entering Fresh- man at Charlotte College. To raise money for this project, Phi Theta Kappa has had car washes and sold candy. Jerry Wilson President John Samuel Bell Sabir Dahir Thomas Guy Eason Historian Archie Hal Edwards Olin Giles, Jr. Secretary Clinton W. Hoover Ronald Wade Lamkin Charles A. Marwitz Gail Deanna Merrell William Louis Riley Edward Silber Vice-President Charles Douglas Simpson Treasurer Larry B. Teffeteller Page Fifty-seven The principal aim of Sigma Lambda Chi Fraternity is to promote the high standards and ideals of Charlotte College through wholesome social activities and services to the students and to the college. The outstanding award from the fraternity is the Sigma Lambda Chi Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a freshman. The money is raised through the sale of decals and the labor of the members who wash and wax cars. Several informal gatherings and formal dinner-dance parties were planned by the So- cial Committee this year. Wayne Conner President sigma lambda chi alpha chapter " Enjoying the dance. " - Page Fifty-eight Larry Abernathy Benny L. Bright Gary Carlton Larry Cauble Mickey Connell I Ierbert Fitzgerald Russell C. Gilbert Treasurer M. W. Grass, Jr. Jack Helms Vice-President Gary Idol Desmond Marsh Secretary Jerry Merritt Jack Messina Al Palmer Andy Routh Ed Scott Bill Sledge H. B. Staton Jimmy Stevens John Simon 1 ' Q k AkL M HA Page Fifty-nine - igma ffau sigma alpha chapter Jim LaRoach President Sigma Tau Sigma is the national honorary fraternity recognizing excellence in social science. The Alpha Chapter at Charlotte Col- lege was organized in 1957. First row. Martha Moore, Rose Erwin, Deanna Merrell, Dr. Greene. Second row. Jim LaRoach, Jerry Wilson, Ed Silber. WMMBM m Jerry Rich President Hal Edwards Vice-President writers ' club Membership in Charlotte College ' s Writers ' Club is by invitation only which is issued with consent of all members. The purpose of this organization is to dis- cover and develop literary talent suffi- cient to provide a solid background for its magazine, The Parnassian. Each quar- ter new members are taken into the club. Work for the quarterly magazine is sub- mitted by members and is taken also from the various Charlotte College Eng- lish classes. John Yandle, Russell Chappell, Martha Moore, Jerry Rich, Hal Edwards, Tommy Lever, Ed Silber. Mary Katsaris, Ann Hilton, Effie Bishop, Miss Denny, Trula Booth, Nancv Miller. student n. e. a. Ann Hilton Mary Katsaris President Vice-President Nancy Miller Trula Booth Secretary Treasurer The Charlotte College Chapter of the Student National Education Association is composed of prospec- tive teachers. The purpose of the N. E. A. is to create and maintain an interest in and appreciation of teaching as a profession. The N. E. A. has sponsored a lounge on the second floor of the old Central Building. The chapter also sent representatives to a state-wide convention in Raleigh. This proved very helpful and interesting to the members and the club. c. c. u. n. The Collegiate Council of the United Nations is a very active group. Its purpose is to help stu- dents to become aware of and take part in the present day world affairs. This year, the C. C. U. N. has sent representatives to the mock U. N. meetings in Greensboro and Chapel Hill. They also sponsored a trip to New York and the United Nations Building over the Thanksgiving holidays. Jerry Owens President Walter Linker Vice-President Ann Hilton Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Winnincham Adviser Seated: Walter Linker, Jerry Owens, Ann Hilton. Standing: Ann Settlemyre, Martha Moore, Jim LaRoach, Lynda Hicks, Kanela Maydanis. Seated: Kanela Maydanis, Ann Settlemyre, Jovce Lawing, Pat Daniels, Onita Long. Firsf row. Allan McLean. Emily Crabtree, Ed ' Silber. Dr. Macv, Phil Helms, Peggy McRorie. Second row. Reid Wentz, Bill Davis, Guy Eason, Gary Idol, Gerald Brown, Charles Marcotte. le cercle francais Pat Daniels President Joyce Lawing Vice-President Onita Long Secretary-Treasurer Ann Settlemyhe Social Chairman The members of Le Cercle Fran- cais, under the guidance of Dr. Macy, enjoyed many activities de- signed to increase their conversa- tional ability in the French lan- guage. Guest speakers and films have highlighted the meetings while the students became acquaint- ed with French customs. First raw: Wayne Wellman, Mary Lee McClung, Laura Harris, Martha Moore, Rose Erwin, Thomas Melton, Hal Edwards. Second row: Croker Eason, Claude Banks, Jim Cornell, Claude Secrest, Javan Davis, Kenneth Mullis, Dick Buckey. el club espanol Dinner meeting. El Club Espanol offers an oppor- tunity for members of the Spanish classes and other students to become more familiar with the language, customs, history and literature of the Spanish-speaking countries. The club meets informally for songs, films, plays, and other activi- ties which create an interest in the Spanish language. charlotte college chorus First row: Patty Hill, Ann Hilton, Jane Morgan, Diane McAllister. Second row: Lynda Hicks, Ann Settlemyre, Martha Moore, Rose Erwin, Martha Price, Kay Combs, Dan Collins. Third row: Larry Teffeteller, Jim Baker, Tom Cornelius, Larry Irvin, Walter Linker, Herman Mims. Fourth row: Danny Bush, Wayne Therrell, Bob Tourtellot, Ray Reynolds, Brian Honess, Mr. Woodruff. r i y» The purpose of the Charlotte College Chorus is to help enrich the lives of those who actually participate in the singing and to present to the student body both entertaining and educational music. Membership increased throughout the year, especially after an inspiring Christmas program was presented to the students. Because this pro- gram consisted of music of a more serious nature, a program of lighter variety was given on March 4, 1960. Under the able guidance of Mr. Harvey Woodruff, the chorus has enjoyed this year. Larry Irvin President Christmas Concert Page Sixty-seven basketball John Arrowood Mickey Beheler Gary Carlton Sam Dunlap Doug Galvin Dub Plyer Gene Todd Coach owls on the hardwood The Charlotte College Owls, under Coach Gene Todd, opened their 1959-60 season with spirit and desire. Being a member of the Virginia-Carolina Ath- letic Conference, the Owls traveled to major junior colleges in both states. The experience gained from early game ' s en- abled the Owls to become stronger as the season advanced. With the majority of the year ' s squad returning next year, the Owls should qualify as a strong contender for the conference championship. First row. Sam Dunlap, Captain, Coach Todd. Second row: Dub Plyer, Phil Swarin- gen, Doug Galvin, John Arrowood, Gary Carlton, Mickey Beheler. ■ ft:. M Todd gives important instructions during a time out . . Watch out! There goes Duh with the hall! Mickey gets a two point play. WHHffi outstanding fe Rose Erwin queen off hearts Onita Long Page Seventy-nine I Wayne Conner Pat Norman valentine court Caryl Hunter David Garmon Page Eighty valentine court Reid Johnston Emily C rabtree Joyce Lawing Bill Povey M m t jL iM t ' [ It. IHI HI 1 5 rf» ' off sigma lambda chi Leslie Anne Folsom Page Eighty-two " Meanwhile, back in the jungle " You wouldn ' t dare! " " Tell us all about it. " m ' . - f™. ' m 3 W . ' ' fi tFr ■ 1 1 • ' f » , ; r 7 rT OS ' II ' Sunshine King— ain ' t he cute? " ' Why so dreamy eyed? " " Admire gorgeous legs? Well, look at this pair. " ft " Smell that crazy punch! " Is business really that had? " " I hope my professor understands. " " Anything for an angle. " " The living end? It couldn ' t he magic! " ' Now there ' s a casual group. " " Well, 1 didn ' t do ALL the cooking! " Page Eighty-seven " Diane dips for Des! " ' NOW what ' s the joke? ' " A real punch li Page Eighty-eight BsasSJX mBjjn BSBIBBiiBWUEK H HGMSmi coffee hour " No one seems to mind the long line. " Food and Fellowship. " " Cream and sugar? ' Page Eighty-nine " So this is a staff meeting? " " 1 drink water, too! " Page Ninety " Bottoms wp! " Wliat ' s our line? ' EfgMraHtiwifflMiimTffliiiiiiiiii mum " You had better watch that day dreaming! " " Quit faking! We know you ' re not working. " " Well, so what! I can fix it in a second. " Page Ninety-one fflmm " Ah, ha! You thought you wouldn ' t get caught, didn ' t you? " JUPENT MRK ING ACULTMDMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL VIOLATORS WILL BE SUBJECT TO POLICE ACTION " Not absent again? " l-2-cha, cha chal " " Aw, what the heck! " " How ' s my credit? ' ov THE GREATER For Over 65 Years . . . 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Page One Hundred One the best dressed students on campus shop at IVEYS F CHARLOT Compliments of SOUTH 21 DRIVE-IN Your Family Drive-ln Restaurant No. 1 3631 South Blvd. JA 3-6311 No. 2 3101 Ind Blvd. FR 7-4509 JAMES J. HARRIS COMPANY INSURANCE — SURETY BONDS 515 Johnston Building CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone FRonklin 5-7311 THE BOWEN-HAMOR COMPANY, INC. PAINT-GLASS MIRRORS 2525 Lucena Avenue P. 0. Box 1953 CHARLOTTE, N. C. FRonklin 6-4886 Page One Hundred Two Compliments of THE VOGUE 200 N. Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N C. ' Look at your rug — everybody else does ' CHARLOTTE FLOORMASTER CO. William " Bill " Wiley James A " Jim " Wiley 1721 N. Davidson Street CHARLOTTE 5, N. C. Phone EDison 4-8430 WISTERIA Beauty Salon 315 Professional Building CHARLOTTE 2, N. C. Phone ED 2-5013 ASHEVILLE— BREVARD CANTON— CHARLOTTE HENDERSONVILLE— LENOIR WAYNESVILLE WILSON MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Page One Hundred Three ELECTRIC HEATING TROUBLE-FREE No burners to clog, no fuel to store No tanks or pipes to check Fewer ports to wear out ECONOMICAL Duke ' s all-electric heoting rate provides savings Individual room thermostats provide economy of zoned heat SAFE at an ELECTRIC LIGHT No flame-hot surfaces to scorch or burn No flames or fumes CUTS CLEANING COSTS No smoke, soot or other combustion products Furnishings, walls and woodwork stay clean Duke Power neither sells nor installs Electric Comfort Heating, but will provide full information and the name of Qualified heot dealers DUK POWER COMPANY Gay Laundry Cleaners, Inc. 1101 North Brevard Street • PICK-UP STATION 719 Louise Avenue Phone FR 7-2064 W M Helms Marion Weatherly W. K. Dickson Company, Inc. ENGINEERS 404 ' 2 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone EDison 4-5348 Compliments of MUTUAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Phone ED 3-6126 119 E. 3rd Street " Serving Charlotte Since 1881. " Locally Owned Telephone ED 3-4513 RENT A CAR DRIVE IT YOURSELF, INC. 110 South Church Street CHARLOTTE, N. C L. Scarbrough, Pres and Treas. J H Scarbrough, Secy. Compliments of SHONEY ' S 800 East Moreheod Page One Hundred Four a«HHnrau Compliments of CITIZENS BANK 114 E. Fourth Street Phone ED 3-0705 Banking Hours 9 to 1 and 3 to 5 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Boxes Business Loans Personal Loans Auto Loans W E Crump Rufus Mor CRUMP MORRIS BODY SHOP GENERAL REPAIRS 1227 Thomas Avenue Phone ED 2-7084 Charlotte, N. C. Compliments of D. E. ALLEN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Albemarle Road KE 7-1063 Compliments of HAVERTY FURNITURE COMPANY 227 North Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA ED 2-7144 Compliments of PLAZA HILLS PHARMACY 2513 Plaza Road CHARLOTTE, N. C. FR 6-2774 KILLIAN OIL CO. 5328 North Tryon Killian Super Service No. 1 5328 North Tryon Killian Super Service No. 2 At The By-Pass Fuel Oils Home Deliveries ED 2-9437 — FR 6-5234 John Killian, Owner Page One Hundred Five Compliments of DAVIS REALTY COMPANY CHARLOTTE, N. C. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Except Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday MEL JACKSON INCOME TAX EXPERT 417 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. Phone FR 7-5209 Salaried Returns Fed. State Short Forms 2.00 1. 00 Long Forms 3.00 2.00 Business and Rental Forms Also Reasonable CITY SAVINGS BANK 120 East Third Street Phone FR 5-4441 CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of H. S. LUMBER COMPANY CHARLOTTE, N. C. Compliments of Autoburger of Charlotte, Inc. 4100 N. Independence Blvd. Phone KE 7-5742 . G. SPEIR, I Mortgage Loans — Real Estate Sales — Property Management 128-130 East Fourth Street — FRanklin 5-9871 CHARLOTTE 2, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Six . 1800 W. Moreheod Street Charlotte, North Carolina Highway 64 — East Raleigh, North Carolina 2 Mi.— U. S. Highway 1 South Jacksonville, Florida 1416 Northwood Street Greensboro, North Carolina (charcoal teal? rto ude Compliments of A FRIEND Mitchell Parking Service, Inc. — 30 — CONVENIENT LOCATIONS OFFERING Both Monthly and Daily Rates 201 W. 4th St. Phone FR 7-2913 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Compliments of PLAZA HILLS LAUNDRAMAT The Plaza Page One Hundred Seven Compliments of THOMPSON DRUG North Tryon or Newell Road CHARLOTTE, N. C. BIGGERS BROTHERS, INC. CHARLOTTE, N. C. WHOLESALE FOODS • Fresh Fruits and Produce • Institutional Canned Foods • Frozen Foods " It Always Pays To Buy The Best " The OWLS Meet For PIZZA AT The Famous OPEN KITCHEN 1318 W . Morehead St. FR 7-9166 Compliments of A. G. AUTO SERVICE 1113 Seigle Avenue Phone FR 6-0591 Front end aligning our specialty larlkldi l fnu Leading jewelers Since 1896 104 South Tryon Street Page One Hundred Eight STANDARD PLUMBING HEATING COMPANY 2117 Shamrock Drive Phones ED 3-2620 — ED 2-7634 PLUMBING-HEATING SHEET METAL WORK Serving Charlotte Since 1927 Page One Hundred Nine Compliments of THOMAS HOWARD CO. 411 South College Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. WHOLESALE GROCERS Compliments of JIMMIE ' S RESTAURANT formerly CENTRAL DRIVE-IN 1146 Elizabeth Avenue ED 4-4489 KALE-LAWING CO. Complete Office Outfitters 217 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. Phone FRanklin 7-2641 PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR 1960 SI Si PORTRAITS BR.UMFIELD STUI CHARLOTTE, N. C. Page One Hundred Ten jp0 YOU W.TH THE , PRINTING 7 V PRINT 6 216 W. 2ND ST. CHARLOTTE, N. C. TELEPHONE ED 3-3101 Compliments of BOATS OF CAROLINA Catawba River LA 2-5742 1607 W. Independence Blvd. 15 t BURGER HOUSE HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKES GATHINGS IMPORTED CARS, INC Dealer For The Finest European Sports Cars And Economy Sedans AUSTIN A-55 MORRIS HILLMAN SUNBEAM ROLLS-ROYCE Tn n w MQA Sport Coi AUSTIN-HEALY AUSTIN-HEALY SPRITE HILLMAN HUSKEY SUNBEAM ALPINE BENTLY Over 75 years of European car experience to serve your needs SERVICE — PARTS — SALES 1316 South Tryon Street ED 2-2154 CHARLOTTE, N. C. ED 2-2155 Page One Hundred Eleven index Page Administration 16-17 Advertisements 96-112 Alma Mater 1 Assembly Committee 47 Basketball 71-73 C.C.U.N. 63 Cheerleaders 70 Chorus, Charlotte College 66-67 Coffee Hour 89 Collegian, Charlotte 52-53 Contents 5 Dedication 6-7 EI Club Espanol 65 Elections Committee 46 Faculty 18-21 Finance Committee 47 Foreword 4 Freshman Advisory Council 54 Freshman Class 33-41 Freshman Class Officers 32 Inter-Club Council . 46 King of Hearts 78 Page Le Cercle Francais 64 Marshals 55 Open House 88 Outstanding Students 76-77 Phi Theta Kappa 56-57 Publicity Committee 46 Queen of Hearts 79 Si Si 48-51 Sigma Lambda Chi 58-59 Sigma Tau Sigma 60 Snapshots 83-87 Snapshots 90-93 Social Committee 47 Sophomore Class 25-31 Sophomore Class Officers 24 Student Council 44-45 Student N.E.A. _ 62 Sweetheart of Sigma Lambda Chi 82 The Charlotte College of Today _ ...9-11 The Charlotte College of Tomorrow ...12-13 Valentine Court 80-81 Writers ' Club 61 Page One Hundred Twelve
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