University of North Carolina at Wilmington - Fledgling Yearbook (Wilmington, NC)

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' 4r s r- " N i— .j J0 , ' - U » . : L ■ J I ' T T r. i ■P 1 H-r- 1 1 ' l ! . L r- L _I_ r 1 - r r ' r i ; i ' i - " T i I I tW ■•{ ' ■ ' XI I I TT- ;. ' •: i : . , K,™ 11 1 1 1 . H H l m Hnn T Presen ts 1950 .... . . The 1950 Fledgling Stuff, the Staff of the first Annual of Wilmington College, ha? endeavored through this Annual to present, by its theme, the meaning of the fledgling . . . " A bird that is cared for until it has acquired the plumage necessary for flight. " w, ILMINGTON COLLEGE, the realization of the dreams of certain far-sighted citizens of New Hanover County, is carry- ing out day by day the ideal upon which it was founded — service. Established in 1947, its growth in enrollment, facilities, and activities has been rapid during the three short years of its existence. To those individuals who first sa w a definite need for an institution of higher learning in New Hanover County we owe a debt of gratitude that can never be fully repaid. i i m ) L JJedh teat to a D- ln recognition of his invaluable services rendered both at the time of the establishment of Wilmington College and continuing through its early years of opera- tion; with sincere gratification for his faith and con- fidence in its future; we proudly dedicate our first annual, ■■THE FLEDGLING " to our President, DR. JOHN T. HOGGARD. fn JHemoriam To the students she was a master teacher. Sincerely, courageously, and devotedly, she taught the righteousness of appraisal and the satisfaction of accomplishment. To the community she was an ever-will- ing servant. With wisdom and realism she gave to all an indelible impression of true American- ism and faith in mankind. Surely it may be said that she has left " footprints on the sand of time. " LJfficers of Gldministmttoa John T. Koggarii A.B., M.D. President R. C. Beemon A.B. TO ED., M.A. Dean George West B.S., M.A. Director, Vocational and Technical H. M. Roland b.a. Superintendent, Netv Hanover County Board of Education Janice C. Pickard a.b. Registrar W. K. Dorsey a.b. Director, Distributive Education 6 he y led g ling ' 9jO CJacutt U Anne Barksdale A.B., B.S., M.A. Business Mary Cameron Bellamy A.B. Spanish Fred J. Bouknight A.B., M.MUS., PROF. DIP. Music Albert W. Bridge b.s. Agriculture Thomas G. Browning b.s., M.A. French unci Spanish John D. Charlton B.S., M.A. Chemistry James Marshall Crews b.s., m.a. Mathematics and Physics Martha Cromartie A.B., M.A. Librarian J. H. Eason master mason Bricklaying Cyrus D. Gurganus A.B., M.A. Social Science Adrian D. Hurst A.B., M.A. Mathematics Frank Jamison B.S. Assistant, Vocational and Technical Mildred Johnson a.b., m.a. Social Science and Sociology William T. Ledford b.s. Aeroplane Engines John H. Lounsbury A.B., M.A. Social Science ' 95o of he CJiedalin 9 iin 9 M. J. McLeod B.S. Mechanical Drawing and Machine Shop Shannon Morton B.S., M.A. English James N. Myers a.e. Electricity Thomas W. Poplin Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Dorothy G. Powell b.s. Business John A. Rehder Aeroplane Engines Melvin G. Stahl A.E., M. ED. Psychology Sam W. Taylor, Jr. B.S., M.MUS. Music Jacob Tinga b.s. Agriculture Paul G. Wright B.S., M.S. Biology of he CJ ledgling ' 95° 3ln Hemnriam HENRY DIXON GAINEY Inland, North Carolina 1917—1949 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 10 ■■4 S f isr v .F am » r I k -.as? ! o he QJledgling ' 95o Left to Right: Mr. Hurst, Biggs, Sessoms, Maultsby, Miller, Johnston cJlie 0 irst- ij ear Class OFFICERS Douglas Sessoms President Mr. A. D. Hurst, Faculty Advisor Robert Miller Vice-President JOE Johnston .... Secretary-Treasurer [ a J 1 »5»» Ruth Maultsby Representative ( p Walter Biggs Representative sl V " , »4r ???£ 3r i K 5£? ' 950 cJlie CJledgliiig BEBE HARRY BATUYIOS Wilmington WALTER CLARKE BIGGS Wilmington CARLTON HAYES BOLTON Wiightsville Beach WILLIAM LOUIS BOWLING Wilmington ROBERT EUGENE BROWN Wilmington MONA FAYE CAINES Bolton BEVERLY ANNE CANADY Wilmington harry Mcdonald coleman Wilmington CHARLES GRANT COOPER Wilmington RUFUS EMMETT CORBETT, Jr. Wilmington JACQUELINE DELL COWAN Wilmington WILLIAM F. DEPPE Wilmington GABRIEL WILLIAM DOBO Wrightsville Sound ROBERT RIDGELY DOBO Staten Island, N. Y. RONALD RAMON ELY Wilmington I w of he c ledgling ICJjO CLAUDETTE NELL ETHERIDGE Wilmington HERBERT THEODORE FISHER Wilmington JOHN B. FUNDERBURG, Jr. Wi lmington ALLEN KEITH GLOVER Wilmington RAYMOND WINDLEY HAAS Wilmington WILLIAM COLLIER HADLEY Wilmington JOSEPH DONALD HARRELL Wilmington FRED BARNES HIGHT Henderson JOSEPH F. JARROTT, Jr. Wilmington JOHN EDGAR JEWELL Wilmington MARY THERESA JOHNSON Wilmington SHIRLEY LEE JOHNSON Wilmington JOE WILLIAM JOHNSTON Jacksonville GEORGE HENRY JONES Wilmington 14 ' 95 o cJne c leaa in ( J ll » ( J GRACE MURIEL KELLEY Wilmington WAYNE DEWITT KENNEDY Wilmington MARY ALICE KERR Castle Hayne HOWARD EMERSON KESTER Wilmington ROBERT ADRAIN KING Wilmington JULIAN EVERETT LANIER Wilmington TANCEL MARION LEE Wilmington ROSCOE EDGAR LESTER Wilmington RUTH ALLISON MAULTSBY Jacksonville RALPH AVERIL MILLAR Wilmington ROBERT GAYHART MILLER Wilmington MAURICE HARDIN MOORE, Jr. Wilmington ELMER BRADFORD MURRAY Wilmington BETTY LOUISE PADGETT Burgaw HELEN PATELLIS Wilmington 15 of lie QJ ledgling ' 95o DORA NELLE PITTS Wilmington MARY ELIZABETH PORTER Wilmington ROBERT ELWOOD PUGH Wilmington LEON HENRY ROUSE Wilmington TOULA VASSILIOS SAFFO Wrightsville Beach HANSON DOUGLAS SESSOMS Wilmington GEORGE EDWARD SHANNON Wilmington DAVID LEGWIN SMITH Wilmington ARTHUR ROSS STANLEY Wilmington GEORGE DELMAR TODD Wilmington SYLVIA ROSE WATSON Wilmington 16 cJhe c7 led g ling igjo Left to light: Mr. Crews, Moore, Sternberger, Blair, Hayes, Dickens cJhe Second — J ear Class Mr. J. M. Crews, Faculty Advisor OFFICERS Gordon Blair President Frederick Sternberger . . . Vice-President John Dickens Secretary-Treasurer Jack Moore Representative Robert Hayes Representative of he cfledgufig ' 95o John Albino Wilmington, North Carolina Business Administration and Accounting Oscar Glenn Bass Newton Grove, North Carolina General Business and Secretarial Science James Robert Benson. Jr. Wilmington, North Carolina Engineering Varsity Club, Secretary ' 49, ' 50; Basketball ' 49, ' 50, Co-captain ' 50; Wilcol Stagers. Gordon Charles Blair Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Wilcol Stagers; Seahawk Staff; I.R.C.; Student Council; Class President ' 50. Donald Pierce Blake Wilmington. North Carolina P re-La w Lillian Nicholas Carras Wilmington, North Carolina General Business and Secretarial Science Pen Pushers, Secretary ' 49; Sea- hawk Staff, Assistant Editor ' 49. 19 cJhe CJiedguag 1950 Johnnie Burnette Clewis Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Lon Chaney Clewis Wilmington, North Carolina Engineering Bernard Augustus Corbett, Jr. Wilmington, North Carolina Engineering Class Representative ' 49. John Wesley Dickens, Jr. Elizabethtown, North Carolina Engineering Student Council, Treasurer ' 49, Vice-President ' 50; Class Secre- tary and Treasurer ' 50. Dorothy Lee Dixon Wilmington. North Carolina Science Donald Ray Edwards Wilmington, North Carolina Business Administration and Accounting Varsity Club, Vice-President ' 50; Basketball ' 49, ' 50. 20 ' 95 o cJhe QJledgling Mary Frances Ellers Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Pen Pushers, Secretary ' 50; Fledgling Staff, Secretary ' 50; I.R.C., Secretary ' 50; Seahawk Staff, Feature Editor ' 50. Francis Marion Foy Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Wilcol Stagers; Student Council, Secretary ' 49. Erma B. Hall Watha, North Carolina General Business and Secretarial Science Joshua Ivey Hardison Castle Hayne, North Carolina Merchandising Robert Caldwell Hayes Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Delegate to State Student Legis- lative Assembly ' 50; Wilcol Stagers; W.C.D.C., President ' 50; I. R. C, President ' 50; Stu- dent Council, Class Representa- tive ' 50; Fledgling Staff, Assist- ant Business Manager ' 50. Jessie Thomas Hobbs Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts 21 c he CJ ledghng 1950 Robert Allen Hodges Wilmington, North Carolina Engineering Homer Devon Inman Castle Hayne, North Carolina Liberal Arts Gene Franklin Jewell Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Henry Ralph Johnson Benjamin Samuel Lamb Virgil David Lockamy, Wilmington, North Carolina Carolina Beach, North Carolina Jr. Wrightsville Beach, North Business Administration Liberal Arts Carolina and Accounting I. R. C. Liberal Arts 22 of lie c led g ling ' 95 o Claude Huntley McAllister, Jr. Wilmington, North Carolina Science Wilcol Stagers; W.C.D.C; I.R.C.; Fledgling Staff. Robert Paul Marley Wilmington, North Carolina Business Administration and Accounting I. K.C., Treasurer ' 50; Class Historian ' 50. Edward Ernest Moore Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Varsity Club, President ' 50; Seahawk Staff, Photographer ' 50; Basketball ' 49, ' 50. Jackson Bernice Moore Delco, North Carolina P re-Law Fledgling Staff, Assistant Edi- tor ' 50; Student Council, Class Representative ' 50. Rebecca Stewart Near Baltimore, Maryland Liberal Arts Wilcol Stagers. Nick Steve Pantazis Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Aits Bowling. 23 of he QJiedgling 1950 Robert Homer Peterson. Jr. Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Martin Rabunsky Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Class Vice-President ' 49. Carlton Leigh Rhodes Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Pen Pushers, President ' 50; W.C.D.C; Seahawk Staff, As- sistant Editor ' 49; Fledgling Staff, Business Manager ' 50. George Vassilios Saffo Wilmington, North Carolina Commerce Clayton h Wilmington, N -olina v Liberal Arm Harriet Smith Wilmington, North Carolina Pre-Law Pen Pushers, President ' 49; Fledgling Staff, Feature Editor ' 50. 24 950 cJhe QJledglincj Stephen Demetrios Stephanadis Wilmington, North Carolina P ' re-Law Frederick Bear Sternberger Wilmington, North Carolina Business Administration and Accounting W.C.D.C, Vice-President ' 50. James Richard Trawick Wilmington, North Carolina Engineering Class Prophet ' 50. Elwood Gene Warren Wilmington, North Carolina Liberal Arts Robert Nixon Westbrook Goldsboro, North Carolina Class Testator ' 50. Frances Adelaide Wilson Wilmington, North Carolina General Business and Secretarial Science Wilcol Stagers, President ' 50; W.C.D.C; Fledgling Staff, As- sistant Editor of Extra-Curri- cular Activities ' 50; Student Council, Secretary ' 49, Treas- urer ' 50 ; Delegate to State Stu- dent Legislative Assembly ' 50. 25 ' 950 cJhe cj edalin 9 lin 9 John Darling Winters Wilmington, North Carolina Libera] Arts Student Council, President ' 50; Delegate to State Student Legis- lative Assembly, Member of In- terim Council ' 49; Wilcol Stag- ers; Bowling, Captain ' 50. Representatives to State Student Legislative Assembly Seated left to riyht: Adelaide Wilson, J. D. Winters, Douglas Sessoms, and Gail Oliver. Standing left to right: David Smith, Robert Hayes, and Walter Biggs. 26 ■■ ' 95 o C he cJleclgling Class cfiistortj (JJ NE-HUNDRED-SEVEN first-year Fledglings registered in the hall of learning of Wilmington College on September 30, 1948. Ours was a scared flock, most of us unfamiliar with the demands of college life. We flocked together, however, as birds of a kind will do. and elected Virgil A. Creech, President; Martin Rabunsky, Vice-Presi- dent; and Carolyn Williams, Secretary and Treasurer. We chose as our fatherly advisor, Mr. Adrian D. Hurst. Our first college social was held September 21, and all our fine-feathered friends proved themselves as dancers. We dipped our beaks into the ink of inspiration and came up with our first edition of the Seahawk, our school newspaper. Gene Piner. Lillian Carras, Frank Bradley. William Dobo, and Daye Wilkins represented our flock on the staff. Members of our class, Rebecca Near, Adelaide Wilson, Marilyn McCullen, Eleanor B. Doss, and Daye Wilkins, smoothed their plumage and proved to the Student Body that they belonged to the specie of bird that loves to act. Our class was really proud of their performance in " Pennywise. " Not long after this, the Student Government held a picnic for its members. Those from our class who were elected to serve on the Student Council along with Virgil A. Creech, our President, were Francis Foy, Secretary; Bernard Corbett and Gene Jewell, Class Representatives. Our class was well represented on the basketball team. Our fellow students who served on the team were Bruce Hinson, Harry Coleman, Carl Mason, Tommy Dann, Donald Edwards, Glenn Bass, and Ed Moore Our Christmas party was a huge success. A tree, glowing lights, and our Penguin from the North Pole— Good Old Santa Claus! And surely none of us will ever forget the two skits put on by the Dramatic Club and featuring our own classmates, Adelaide Wilson, Francis Foy, and Robert Scott. Then came exams, or should we say exams came on forever. You know the story of how some of our classmates thought they knew how to fly already, so they just dropped out of our nest a little sooner than the rest of us. Our class, collaborating with the Senior Class, sponsored a College Banquet, which was held at the Famous Club. Our own class-mate, Donald Blake, served as master of ceremonies. The highest moment came when names of those chosen as Superlatives were announced. Those chosen from our class included: Harriet Smith and Tommy 27 of he c led g ling 1950 CLASS HISTORY (Continued) Dann, as most nonchalant; Adelaide Wilson, biggest flirt; Rebecca Near, most mischiev- ous; Lillian Carras, most likely to succeed; Adelaide Wilson and Robert Hodges, most original; Lillian Carras, most dependable; Rebecca Near, biggest baby; Adelaire Wilson and Steve Stephanadis, wittiest. Basketball Letters were awarded to the following boys at the Banquet: Glenn Bass, Harry Coleman, Tommy Dann, Donald Edwards, Bruce Hinson, Carl Mason, and Huck Moore. Coinciding with our College Banquet, the State Legislature meeting in Raleigh took five of our classmates, Adelaide Wilson, John D. Winters. Chris Blossom, Carolyn Wil- liams, and Gene Fales. Our second year at school brought additional Fledglings into our midst, and several of our old friends did not return to the nest. We again flocked together and elected Virgil Creech as our class President. Gene Jewell was elected Vice-President and John Dickens was elected Secretary-Treasurer of the class. Due to unavoidable circumstances, our President and Vice-President withdrew from office and we elected Gordon Blair as our new President and Frederick Sternberger as our new Vice-President. The members of our class who served on the Student Council during our second year were John D. Winters, President; John Dickens, Vice-President; Adelaide Wil- son, Treasurer; Robert Hayes and Jack Moore, Class Representatives. Gordon Blair, Robert Hayes, and Mary Frances Ellers represented our class on the staff of our school paper, The Seahawk; and our class was represented on the An- nual Staff by Claude McAllister, Adelaide Wilson, Harriet Smith, Mary Frances Ellers and Jack Moore. As we Fledglings approach the date of graduation, we are not quite as fearful as when we first entered the nest. As we prepare to leave our nest, we feel that we have truly sprouted our intellectual wings and are prepared scholastically and socially to fly to new horizons and to new goals. Robert Paul Marley, Mary Frances Ellers, Class Historians. 28 ' 95o cJne CJledgltng C f .sw Lrroph op i est As our giant bird lifted its glossy wings on its first flight to South America, I settled back in my seat and began reading the New York Times, now edited by a former college mate of mine, Gene " Scoop " Warren. I was delighted to see that my old friend. Steve Stei hanadis, had just scored another operatic triumph as " Figaro " in the Barber of Seville; and that Adelaide Wilson was appearing at Carnegie Hall in a most unusual performance— a combination ballet dance and flute solo. However, the greatest news came from our hostess, Erma Hall. She informed me that the Bob Westbrook Trans-Atlantic Bridge had been successfully crossed by Francis Foy and Deck Jordan. There was to be a huge reception in New York for the dare devils, with President Robert C. Hayes publicly acclaiming them as interna- tional heroes. Due to the new jet engine installed in our plane by Fred Sternberger. we arrived at the Buenos Aires airport two days behind schedule. I hailed a Rabunsky Cab and was very surprised to find the driver to be none other than Benjamin Lamb— so, three seconds later, I was at the Clayton Smith Hotel. Josh Hardison, the manager, saw me in the lobby and welcomed me to Buenos Aires. After resting a bit, I went down for dinner. The Saffo Room was exquisite— and crowded. But, eventually I was shown to a chair beside a young man who was intently writing what I finally surmised to be a feature story on how Dr. Lon Chaney Clewis, famous physicist and mathematician, had proved that a triangle is not a triangle at all. but a trisoctahedron. Even then, it wasn ' t until after we had given our orders to David Lockamy. that I recognized the reporter to be Carlton Rhodes. We re-acquainted ourselves and throughout the meal chatted about our old friends of Wilmington College. He was very happy to hear that the college now covers seven blocks and, though somewhat surprised, equally glad to hear that the Dean of Women is none other than Donald Blake. Neither had he heard that the five-story library building is under the supervision of Harriet Smith, nor under the able coaching of Jesse Hobbs, Wilmington College won the na- tional championship cup for " hogging " ping pong tables. After dinner, Carlton asked me to join him on his new assignment— a chess match at the McAllister ' s " C and B " ranch. I thought the idea was swell, so I went along. Claude wasn ' t home but Becky led us to the patio where we found the two antagon- ists, John Dickens and Glenn Bass, engaged in a mean battle of chess. John i nsisted upon consulting his slide rule and math tables before making a move, and Glenn, with the help of his crystal ball and ouija board, tried to kee, one jump ahead of him. 29 ' 950 cJne QJledglin il CLASS PROPHESY (Continued) It was an amazing game, but unfortunately I had to leave early and hurry back to the hotel to dress for a banquet given by Robert Scott, rich young oil magnate, in honor of the United States Secretary of the Treasury, Ralph Henry Johnson. Thus, two hours later, I was on my way to the Stork Club — owned and operated by " Happy " Corbett, his wife and thirteen children. To my surprise there was a large number of persons from the States present: Admiral Jewell; Ambassador Winters; Academy Award Winners, Lilliam Carras and Daniel Vick; Pulitzer Prize Winner, Mary Frances Ellers; and the Secretary of Interior, Dorothy Dixon. Early the following morning, I was awakened by the shouts and laughter of the populace, already surging through the streets to the arena. The excitement of the crowd swept over me. It was a big day for them, for me, for all of South America. For today the greatest matador in all the world was to kill the toros in the arena at Buenos Aires. Later, when I entered the lobby, the clerk, Paul Marley, informed me that Dr. Jack- son Moore, President of Harvard University, had just called from the police station. He wanted me to get him out on bail. It seemed that he had become innocently involved in a riot started by Bob Hodges and Johnnie Clewis over the Duke-Carolina game, but l roving his innocence to Chief of Police Homer Inman was an impossibility. I hurried out into the street. As I passed a news-stand, I glanced at the Times ' headline. Bold, black letters shouted out the extraordinary news. Gordon Blair had blasted a hole in the iron curtain ! ! Before I could buy a paper and get away, the proprietor, Nick Pantazis, cornered me and insisted that I wanted a copy of John Albino ' s new book, Adventures in Outer- Mongolia. Urgency weakening my defense, I bought the book and hurried on to the station. But all to no avail, for upon arriving, Desk Sergeant McSwain told me that Jack Lewis, young man-about-town, had already paid the professor ' s bail. Three hours later I was in the midst of the festive throng at the arena. Looking about the crowd, I spotted AP photographer " Turkey " Edwards busily setting up his camera for the greatest event in all of South America. At last the Grand Entry began! Mounted picadors in yellow, matadors and bande- rilleros with jackets richly embroidered in silver and gold i araded around the arena. Then amid a flourish of trumpets and wild applause, the greatest matador of all times, El Senor Matador Huckleberry Moore, bowed before the President ' s box! The next day, accompanied by The Honorable, The Chief Justice Samuel M. Jones and his personal physician, Ed Hughes, I boarded the plane for New York. From my window I could see Pilot Homer Council and Co-pilot Virgil Creech doing some last minute checking with Serviceman Superintendent, Robert Shepard. I leaned back in my seat. It had been a pleasant two days and I hated to leave. But then, I was anxious to return to New York to see the premiere showing of " Robbie " Benson ' s latest picture, The Paris Lover, co-starring with Hollywood ' s newest find, Martha Burton. James Trawick, Prophet. 30 ' 950 cJhe QJledgling JLast Vill and cfestament We, the members of the second year class, being of comparatively sound minds and imposing memories, do hereby on this twenty-sixth day of May in the year of our Lord 1950, make and declare this to be our last will and testament. Item I. To Dean Bermon. we leave our deepest gratitude for his consideration of and for his faith in the student body. Item II. To the faculty, we leave our sincere appreciation for their helpfulness and unlimited patience. Item III. To the underclassmen, we leave Wilmington College, that, by your talent and time, you may further her flight to greatness. Item IV. As individuals, we do leave to our worthy successors the following much envied possessions : I, Robbie Benson, leave my pretty blue scooter to Betty Yopp. I, Johnnie Clewis, leave my melodious Spanish accent to all the future " estudiantes de espanol. " I, Mary Frances Ellers, leave my originality and ability to " catch on " to Helen Patellis. I, Glenn Bass, leave my bottle of yeroxide and flashy clothes to Franklin Thomas. I, Gordon Blair, leave my " bag of wind " and " say it or die " opinions to Dewitt Kennedy. We, Becky Near and Homer Council, leave just the memory of our " carrot " tops as we desire to keep for ourselves their " ablazing " appeal. I, Bob " Ham " Hodges, leave my miniature slide rule to any person possessing the necessary intellect to operate it. I, Harriet Smith, take my diamond with me but leave the stars in my eyes to Ruth Maultsby. I. Freddie Sternberger, after fond adieu, will thankfully leave English 202. We, Donald Blake and Bill Saffo, leave our special watches and glib tongues to Macon Rice and Randy Mclver in order that they may sleep an extra hour and still jonvince the teachers that they are only " six and three-fourth seconds late. " I, Carlton Rhodes, leave my co nstant nonchalance to Theresa Johnson. I, Jesse Hobbs, leave my football fig-R to " Pete " Lee. I, Dorothy Dixon, leave my perseverance and scholastic rating to Shirley Johnson. We, John Albino, Huek Moore, and John Dickens, leave our spot on the Dean ' s list to Arthur Stanley, Mary Porter, and George Todd. I, Claude McAllister, leave with Becky. I, Clayton Smith, leave my Sunday-go-to-meeting red tie to Mr. Lounsbury. 31 Q he CJiedgling ' 95o LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT (Continued) I, Martin Rabunsky, leave with the hope that I will get the contract to " truck " Wilmington College to its future home. I, Francis Foy, leave my dash and dazzle to Clark Poisson. I, Gene Jewell, with much regret, leave Dot Powell to Wilmington College. I, Paul Marley, leave my deep thoughts and serious mindedness to Jackie Cowan. We, Danny Vick and Jimmy McSwain leave our lay-em-in-the-aisle ai peal to Ralph Millar, George Shannon, and Ronald Ely. I, John Darling Winters, leave my worn and weary Robert ' s Rules of Order to Wal- ter Biggs, and the cultivation of our campus grounds to Donald Doxey, Ed Rusher, and " Buck. " We, Erma Hall and Lillian Carras, leave our composure and common-sense philo- sophy to Nellie Gene Smith and Betty Padgett. I, Donald " Turkey " Edwards, leave — Aw man, what th ' hine! I ' ll take it all with me. I, Josh Hardison, leave Wilmington College with the hope that all the eligible bachel- ors of the College will find what I found and live happily ever after. I, " Lucy " Gene Warren, leave my sweet disposition to George Jones and my love of a good story to Doc Williams. I, Ben Lamb, leave my inquisitive search for knowledge to Gus Stephanadis. I, Adelaide Wilson, leave my wit, wim, and wouncing witality to Olivia Costin. I, Jack Moore, leave my carefree ways and happy daze to Bruce Hinson. I, Homer Inman, leave my gift of flattery to Joe Schlegel in hopes that next year he will be capable of delivering the yellow bouquets to Miss Pickard all by himself. I, Jimmy Trawick, leave my hot rod to anyone, anyone, ANYONE — please take it! I, David Lockamy, leave my southern drawl to Bill Dobo. I, Bob Hayes, leave both my high ideals and my smelly 1 ipe to Julian Lanier. We, " Happy " Corbett, V. A. Creech, and Deck Jordan, leave all that remains of our sunny dispositions to the new students taking Trig. I, Robert Westbrook, leave my friendly smile and pretty brown eyes to Ed Jewell. I, Nick Pantazis, leave my easy-to-get-along-with personality to Doug Sessoms. We, Ed Hughes, Sam Jones, Jack Lewis, Bob Shepard, leave our thanks to Miss Morton for our distinguished gray heads cultivated during the hours of toil on our term papers, and — leave Wordsworth to heaven. In Witness Whereof, the second year class of 1950 do hereunto set our hand and affix our seal. Signed, sealed, published, and declared by the said class, as, for, and to be their last will and testament in the presence of us, we do hereunto subscribe our name as witnesses thereof. Signed: Second-Year Class of 1950 By: Robert Westbrook, Testator. 32 ■IPIHIWWWW 6) he CJ ledghng ■ VP ig 5 o Clgrtculture 4 s Seated: Louis Dilazzero, Henry Feenstra, Francis Harrell and Eli Garner. Standing: John Olsen, Lawrence Rhodes, Henry Janicki and John Woody. rx sfi. ? 6) he Clledgling ' 950 ■■ . ■ Ciircraft and ngines First Row: Robert A. Andrews, Charlie A. Bedsole, David R. Bunn, Edward L. Campbell, Alford Gib- son, William J. Deruise, Julius C Faircloth, Donald E. Harker and Roy B. Horrell. Second Row: Kenneth C. Huff, Gary C. Jackson, Arthur Jacobson, Neal Lane, Herbert H. Leary. Robert K McMahan, James Malpass, Luther Malpass, and Ray O ' Brien. Third Row: Oscar E. Parker, Myron Pierce, Edward Richardson, Charles D. Robbins, Lloyd D. Rooks, Charles I. Tatum, James G. Thompson, Lon- me Tyson, Listen Williams, and Melvin Williams. Hi MB if ••■ :. Jjrtckh aying - r First Row: Norman F. Bass, Worth Bol- ton, Roy T. Blanton, Samuel Bollinger, John T. Cameron, Henry W. Canady, Alton Dixon, Noah B. Evans, and Lindsey Fulford. Second Row: Everett Rivenbark, Comer L. Reavis, George Powers, James E. Peurifoy, Coy T. Mathis, Norman R. McGee, Graham Larson, Wayne Lewis, Haywood Hulbert, Billie Glisson, and Edward Futch. Third Row: William C. Worrell, Major J. Williams, Maco Watson, Casper Wells, Woodrow Watson, Clyde Sweat, Silas Sneeden, Jr., Berry D. Smith, Clarence Skipper, Adrian Roberts and Robert J. Roberts. ' 9.5° cJke cJlecUilin 9 Un 9 UXefrigeration and CCir Condition trig First Row: James T. Newton, Carroll Harris, Henry M. Wilson, James D. Streeter, Thomas M. Everett Cecil Petit, Earl N. Page, and Lester M. Maguire. ' Second Row: Robert W. Ludwig, Carl W. Justice, Robert Harris, Melvin Sidbury, Durham Gillikin, John McEachern, Horace Best, Morton Futch. Third Row: Max Huber, Steve Horr ell, William R Merritt, Louis Quinn, John R. Sellars, Joseph E Benson, Richard Rising, Oling Clewis, Jack Burns and James C. Sellers. Lrublic Speaking Class 1 1 ierchandising of cfresh cf raits and Vegetables C ass 38 dijucuhm [Practical 1 1 arses tit ass CJoretnanship C ass 39 QJuture cfledglingi Robert Caldwell Hayes, II Mitchell Deck Jordan Carole Mandl Son of Robert Caldwell Hayes Son of Archie Deck Jordan Daughter of Elizabeth Mandl Ann, Dale, and Marcia Mayers Carlton Wayne Rhodes Michael S. Williams Children of Thomas H. Mayers Son of Carlton Leigh Rhodes Son of D. F. and Rosalie Williams cJhe CJ ledgling 1950 Left to right: J. D. Winters, President of Student Body; Robert Hayes, Second- year class representative; Walter Biggs, First-year class representative; Gordon Blair. President of Second-year class; Mr. R. C. Beemon, (Dean) Administrative Advisor; John Dickens, Vice-President of Student Body; Adelaide Wilson, Treasurer of Student Body ; Jack Moore, Second-year class representative ; Douglas Sessoms, President of First-year class; Miss Shannon Morton, Faculty Advisor; Julian Lanier, Secretary of Student Body. Not pictured: Ruth Maultsby, First-year class representative. Student (government of Wilmington Lsollegt J. D. WINTERS, President R. C. BEEMON, Administrative Advisor MISS SHANNON MORTON, Faculty Advisor The Student Government of Wilmington College was organized to establish a student government, to encourage initiative and instill responsibility on the part of the students. It promotes a closer student-faculty cooperation and the common interest and general welfare of the student body, and it maintains and perpetuates high ideals in this college. 42 ' 95o cJhe cfledglifig Seated left to right: Harriet Smith, Feature Editor; Claude McAllister, Photo- graphy Editor; Jack Moore, Assistant Editor; Ruth Maultsby, Editor; Carlton Rhodes, Business Manager; Howard Kester, Art Editor; Joe Johnston, Extra-curricular Editor; Gordon Blair, Advertising Editor. Standing left to right: Mary Frances Ellers, Secretary; Miss Anne Barksdale, Faculty Advisor; Adelaide Wilson, Assistant Extra-curricular Editor; Robert Hayes, Assistant Circulation Manager; Shirley Johnson, Circulation Manager; Robert Hayes, Assistant Business Manager; Miss Janice Pickard, Faculty Advisor; Jackie Cowan! Assistant Circulation Manager. Not pictured: Anne Canady, Lester Maguire, Earl Page, Jack McEachern, Oling Clewis, Robert Jamison. She Sfledgling Staff Ruth Maultsby Editor Jack Moore Assistant Editor Carlton Rhodes Business Manager Robert Hayes Assistant Business Manager Faculty Advisors Miss Janice Pickard Miss Anne Barksdale - ■ o he C7 lecigling ' 95° Front Row: Guard Glenn Bass, Forward Harry Coleman, Center Donald Ed- wards, Forward Linwood Taylor, Guard Robert Miller. Back Row: Coach Charlton, Guard Huek Moore, Center Charles Cooper, Forward Maurice Moore, Forward Bradford Murray, Guard Norman Bass, Manager Doc Williams. cJhe Sea ha win Glenn Bass, Co-Captain Harry Coleman, Co-Captain Mr. John Charlton, Coach The Basketball Team was organized to promote good sportsmanship and school spirit, to provide a clean and healthful recreation for athletic-minded students, and to create an interest in both intercollegiate and intramural sports. n j on mmmmm ' 950 cJhe cj edgling Standing: David Smith, Bruce Hinson, Ed Jewell. Kneeling: Nick Pantazis, J. D. Winters, Randy Mclver. Not pictured: Gene Jewell. [Bowling cJea in J. D. Winters. Captain Mr. John Charlton, Faculty Advi. The Bowling Team was organized to develop teamwork, sportsmanship, and athletic ability among those students interested in bowling. It is a member of the Independent League which is composed of business enterprises in Wilmington, and each member of the team is a member of the American Bowling Congress. It became a part of the athletic program of the College in the fall of 1949, with Mr. John Charlton as faculty advisor. The team placed second at the end of the first half of the season. 45 m m 1950 cJhe Qjledgling Left to right: J. D. Winters, Claude McAllister, Walter Biggs, Miss Shannon Morton, Frederick Sternberger, Robert Hayes, Helen Patellis, Carlton Rhodes, Adelaide Wilson, Gordon Blair. Wilmington College [Debating Club Robert Hayes, President Helen Patellis, Secretary-Treasurer Frederick Sternberger, Vice-President, J. D. Winters, Parliamentarian Miss Shannon Morton, Faculty Advisor The Wilmington College Debating Club was organized to encourage the debating ability of the students of Wilmington College, to train our delegates to the State Student Legislative Assembly in parliamentary procedure, and to further the educa- tional qualities of intellectual and free speech. r?o ' 95 o IP™ 1 " " ™! cJne QJledgling Standing: Robert Hayes. Front Row: Mary Frances fillers, Ruth Maultsby, Gordon Blair, Sam Jones. so. ri fl0 M ' ' 4 ,vT iarain Lamb ' PSUl Marl6y ' Walter Bi s ' Miss Mildre d John- son, Claude McAllister. Not pictured: John Albino. international [Relations Club Robert Hayes, President Mary Frances Ellers, Secretary Miss Mildred Johnson, Faculty Advisor Gordon Blair, Vice-President Paul Marley, Treasurer The International Relations Club was organized to create a greater interest in the promotion of International goodwill and to further the knowledge of International Affairs. 47 c ' he c ledgling ' 95° S flj fi§ J 1 • B9 _ Hpi l SLA rHPx: 9 . " -4.- I — k i j l mb M Left ?o Right: Miss Shannon Morton, Mary Frances Ellers, Harriet Smith, Ruth Maultsby. Not pictured: Carlton Rhodes, Anne Canady. [Pen Push ers Carlton Rhodes, President Ruth Maultsby, Vice-President Mary Frances Ellers, Secretary and Treasurer Miss Shannon Morton, Faculty Advisor The Pen Pushers was organized for the purpose of providing an opportunity for creative expression, developing appreciation for the creative writings of others, and improving writing techniques. The members acquire instruction and experience in creative writing and furnish other organizations of Wilmington College with a source of literary material. 48 m i95° cine QJiedgling Left to right: Mr. T. G. Browning, Faculty Advisor; Mona F ' aye Games, Circula- tion Manager; Howard Kester, Cartoonist; Mary Frances Ellers, Feature Editor- Dewitt Kennedy, News Editor; Jackie Cowan, Reporter; Douglas Sessoms, Sports Editor; Robert Miller, Editor; Theresa Johnson, Reporter; Huck Moore, Photographer- Ruth Maultsby, Reporter. Not pictured: Mary Porter, Business Manager; Carlton Rhodes, Reporter; Bettv Padgett, Reporter. Seakawk Staff FIRST SEMESTER Douglas Sessoms, Editor Dewitt Kennedy, Business Manage Robert Miller, Editor SECOND SEMESTER Mary Porter, Business Manager Mr. T. G. Browning, Faculty Advisor The Seahawk was organized to serve Wilmington College to the best of its ability; to aim for a higher degree of excellence in journalism; to strive always for more mature journalistic techniques; and to be fair, accurate, and progressive. 49 c he cJiecigltng ' 950 Front Row: Harry Coleman, Glenn Bass, Huck Moore, Mr. John Charlton. Back Row: Donald Edwards, Bruce Hinson. cJhe Varsity dub Edward Moore, President Glenn Bass, Secretari Donald Edwards, Vice-President Harry Coleman, Treasurer Mr. John Charlton, Faculty Advisor The Varsity Club was organized to promote good sportsmanship in all phases of athletics and other college activities and to foster and perpetuate all types of athletics in Wilmington College. 50 ' 9JO QJlie QJiedqlin 9 lin 9 Seated left to right.- Bill Bowling, Mona Faye Caines, Jackie Cowan, Rebecca Near, Adelaide Wilson, Miss Mildred Johnson, J. D. Winters, Theresa Johnson Olivia Costin. Standing left to right: Joe Johnston, Julian Lanier, Claude McAllister, Gordon Blair, Walter Biggs, Ruth Maultsby, Robert Hayes. Wilcol Ota gen Adelaide Wilson, President Gordon Blair, Vice-President Bill Bowling, Secretary-Treasurer Miss Mildred Johnson, Faculty Advisor The Wilcol Stagers was organized to further dramatic inspection and experience in Wilmington College, to provide cultural entertainment for the student body and for the general public, and to provide additional social contacts for its members. 51 (buperiatives 1 1 lost Kynglnol Mary Frances Ellers and Howard Kester Jllost Cithletic Harry Coleman and Helen Patellis )Uosl {intellectual Dorothy Dixon and John Albino CJnend iest Jackie Cowan and Douglas Sessoms 52 zzn ■■ " ■i Superlatives lost dttractive Francis Foy and Jean Cross I Host cjchool (Spirit J. D. Winters and Adelaide Wilson 1 1 lost JLikelu c o Succeed Martha Burton and Gene Jewell ' Joe lie ana (Beau Rebecca Near and Claude McAllister 53 klueen of vi ilmington L o lege ana her Ctttenaants Center: Miss Sylvia Watson, Queen. Left to right: Miss Jacqueline Cowan, Miss Jean Cross, and Miss Ruth Maultsby. The float bearing the Queen and her attendants in the Wilmington Azalea Festival Parade was sponsored by the White Ice Cream and Milk Company. 54 mm c he C amera Sk u MEMBERS OF THE SECOND-YEAR CLASS Homer Lesley Council Virgil Alernon Creech, Jr. Randall Altmon Dyches Edwin Holt Hughes Samuel M. Jones Archie Deck Jordan David Brown Jordan Jack Larry Lewis William Hiden McEachern, III James Paul McSwain Robert Kenneth Scott Robert Edward Shepard Daniel Denny Vick MEMBERS OF THE FIRST-YEAR CLASS Carlton Paige Acree Norman Omox Bass Marjorie Catherine Batson Burriss Melton Bender Donald Ray Bennett Robert Erney Blake Sue McCall Boon Sara Jane Bradshaw Johnnie Mathew Bryant, Jr. Alice Lee Bulluck Martha Cutchin Burton James W. Copeland Charles Edward Corbett Laura Olivia Costin Morris Oneal Cottle Robert Lee Cowan, Jr. Jean Elizabeth Cross Thomas Edison Dann Donald Kent Doxey R. V. Duncan Charles Edwards William Eugene Edwards Edwin Irvin Ennis Hughlon Bland Garris, Jr. Robert Bertrum Haas Frank Hazelton Bruce Howell Hinson, Jr. Frederick Mohr Hintze, Jr. Norman Eldridge Hudson, Jr. Elizabeth Woodcock Johnson Hilda Marie Johnson Phillip Henry Jones Nina S. Joyner Edith Montford Kerr Blanche Stevens Long Randolph DeWitt McIver Robert Kenneth McMahan Elizabeth Johnson Mandl Carl Edward Mason Thomas H. Mayers Aaron Thomas Mitchell, Jr. Preston Cook Morse Gwynne Jefkers Northup Nancy Gail Oliver Cooper Sims Page Rev. Constantine Pappas Charles Vaton Parrish Clark Weldon Poisson Dorothy Gray Powell Walter Michael Powell Marvin Ellis Price James Wesley Raney Eleanor Alberta Reaves Robert Macon Rice, Jr. Reece Albright Robertson Edward Armell Rusher, Jr. Charles Milton Russell David Marshall Sawyer Anthony Joseph Schlegel Ernest Gerhardt Schnibben Anna Marie Schulken Dorothy Murray Sexton Edward Carney Sexton Francis Marion Shepard Mary D. Shepard John M. Shytle Fred David Smith Nellie Gene Smith William Ralph Smith, Jr. Gus Demetrios Stephanadis Marjorie Montford Sturdivant William Abner Tartt Linwood Lee Taylor Will Robinson Taylor Franklin H. Thomas, Jr. Gilbert Macon Thomason Dorothy D. Waddell William James Walton Doctor Franklin Williams Rosalie Joan Williams Charles Leonard Wolff Betty Wells Yopp o he QJiedgling ' 9J° X ith all sincerity we extend our thanks to the businessmen of Wilmington, whose advertising and interest helped to make this Cinnual possible. cJne QJiedgling cXajf 56 " 1 57 (. YOUR NEWSPAPERS WILMINGTON MORNING STAR WILMINGTON NEWS SUNDAY STAR-NEWS Keeps You Informed on What ' s Going On FOLLOW THE GAME ON THE SPORTS PAGES . ._.. + + ■■ I Best Wishes from REID AND HERRING Hudson Sales and Service Corner Second and Grace Sts. Dial 6470 Wilmington, N. C. + + Over 70 Years of Insurance Service in Wilmington 12 Princess Street Phone 9692 58 + The Famous Club MIKE N. PATELLIS AND SON Owners and Managers I ;.._„. t r- Compliments of Barrel Dry Cleaners 211 Princess St. Featuring- One-Day Service Dial 4626 T. N. Costello, Manager i i + -+ K. B. Marshall, Mgr. Dial 2-1752 j Marshall Realty Company i Rents — Sales — Property Management Appraisals — General Insurance FHA and GI Loans 210 Princess St. Wilmington, N. C. I Congratulations HUGHES BROS., Inc. Wilmington, N. C. + — n , „„ J, J., h u m, m Be Prepared When Opportunity Comes For Safe Investments — Economical Loans See Six The Million Dollar Carolina Building and Loan Ass ' n 201 Princess Street — Wilmington, N. C. 59 ■•+ + Congratulations on Your First Issue — From WILLIAMS DRY CLEANERS Drying — Mothproofing Waterproofing — Alterations 808 S. 17th St. and 2215 S. Front St. Dial 2-1357 2-1540 ! +■- Dealers and Distributors i HOWELL MOTOR CO. i i i Kaiser - Frazer Sales Service 7 No. 3rd St. Dial 6362 Compliments of WULFF ' S NEWS SERVICE 109% Princess St. REATHA C. DAVES, Owner ..._i j_ SpoeQeiiter — .— .+ Market St. Congratulations REED ' S JEWELERS, INC. 7 North Front Street " Reed ' s for Diamonds " No Charge for Credit I I ijn ■■ ■• u H n n ■■ n »-— —m— ■■— h ...i— »» „„ •}• |an i CAROLINA CAMERA " Wilmington ' s Most Complete Photographic St ore " Compliments of YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP 109 Princess St. + i + ■t Compliments of CENTER DRUG COMPANY 122 Princess St. Wilmington, N. C. j I | i i +- Call Again Dial 7953 SAFFO ' S RESTAURANT A Delightfu ' 1 Place to Eat DINNERS - - SEA FOOD — STEAKS FOUNTAIN SERVICE 249 North Front St. Wilmington, N. C. Compliments of NICK ' S MARKET 5th and Greenfield Sts. Nicholos Saleeby — Owner and Mgr. 60 m + I Ua atfaa!e.mm • LOOM WELL • WEAR WELL 9 WASH WELL + +■ Phone 5228 Novelties BURRIS CHINA MARKET Wholesale and Retail CHINA — POTTERY — GLASS The House of Ten Thousand Gifts Castle Hayne Road Wilmington, N. C. | " Eastern Carolina ' s Largest Musit f Store " [ McGRATH COMPANY i 108 Market St. i Dial 2-3546 Wurlitzer Pianos and Electric Organs Records — Sheet Music RCA and Zenith Radii Other Famous Makes Radios and Pia , +.- WE WANT WILMINGTON AND WILMINGTON COLLEGE TO GROW HUGH MacRAE AND COMPANY Realtors, Developers, Contractors, and Insurance 221 Princess Street Dial 2-2646 + - .. {. . r„ ,,, ■+ Courteous, Efficient and Prompt Service at SERVICE DRUG STORE In Filling Your Prescriptions I Best Wishes from YOUR CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE DEALER 8th and Market Sts. Dial 7739 ■- i I I ! I COASTAL MOTORS, Inc. ! I 1 ! Market at Eleventh I I Wilmington, N. C. ! I + ■+ Our Best Wishes for the Future EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE • ' Help Efird ' s, and Efird ' s Will Help You " | I I I i I i I 1 I ■.+ +■ — 62 It Will Pay You to Have TOM ' S Fill Your Next Prescription Toms Drug Co. Front and Market Sts. .._ + muMarn - + Compliments of J. T. LEE SONS Distributor of L. P ' . Gas and Appliances For Cooking and Heating 1926 S. Front St. — Front of Greenfield Lake + .._.. , + I Compliments of PICKARD ' S SPORTING GOODC " Everything for the Sportsman " I 209 Market St. Wilmington, N. C. i i " It ' s an IDEAL Day " IDEAL LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS, Inc. Dial 6651 Front and Orange Sts., Wilmington, N. C. Buy Your Radio and Appliances Where You Can Also Get GOOD SERVICE An Appliance Is No Better Than the Service Your Dealer Can Supply For It — Sea Us — Hoi Point — Bendix — RCA Victor Easy — Iron Rite THRTE-T-STORES, Inc. Plumbing and Heating IDEAL PLUMBING COMPANY 121-123 S. Front St. ! i — ! + • — BLOCK ' S CANTFADE SHIRTS SOUTHERN MOTOR SALES 16th and Dawson Sts. Wilmington, N. C. Phone 5462 + Compliments of SOPHIA ' S FLOWER SHOP 616 S. 17th St. Phone 2-8125 63 tT%«« » TIDE WATER POWER CO. Good Neighbors at Your Service Congratulations SUNSHINE LAUNDRY Launderers DRY CLEANERS RUG CLEANERS 64 wmm mm — + ■ — + Compliments of SNEEDEN AIR CONDITIONING j AND REFRIGERATION CO. 1106 Market St. + + - ... i I Congratulations to the Class of ' 50 For Becoming Shoes Be Coming to -t I I THE CINDERELLA BOOTERIE Wilmington ' s Finest Shoe Store | [ r — ■ — i ! I I - Come To BELK - WILLIAMS CO. Wilmington, N. C. For Your Clothing Needs JACKSON AND BELL CO. Established 1877 PRINTING — RULING — BINDING Wilmington, N. C. -4- 4. + Congratulations from i WHITE ICE CREAM MILK CO. I 1 Wilmington, N. C. CAPE FEAR MOTOR SALES, Inc. Wilmington, N. C. .._ + Tuxedo and Full Dress Rental Service Accessories Furnished PAYNE ' S MEN ' S SHOP Dial 2 -8206 -. „ HOTEL BRUNSWICK " Clean, Courteous, Convenient " N. Front at Grace Dial 4356 + — ■ — 65 ■Jf+ Our Compliments to Wilmington College §r PONTIAC SUTTON PONTIAC COMPANY Authorized Sales and Service 311 No. Second Street Dial 2-8150 — 5968 Wilmingrton, N. C. + 66 — I Compliments of LENA F. WESTBROOK Flowers and Gifts Wilmington, N. C. 1215 Market St. Phone 4969 ■ I I I I. SHRIER SONS Established 1870 Clothiers and Furnishers Curlee Clothes Corner Front and Princess Streets , + _. — ,. — . — , — Compliments of JEWEL BOX, Inc. " Your Friendly Jewelers ' 109 N. Front St. Wilmington, N. C. I +■- NATIONAL CLOTHIERS, Inc. 219 North Front Street Wilmington, North Carolina Phone 2-1548 Featuring Nationally Advertised I Lines I + 4»- I I + Compliments of MacMILLAN CAMERON 67 Tr ' " (graduation A Milestone — An Accomplishment C ine [Printing Reflects Character and Accomplishment, Too We Are Glad to Have Had a Part in the Production of Your 1950 Annual. Carolina Printing ana Stamp Co. Wilmington, N. C. Quality Is Our First Consideration i- ALBERT F. PERRY INSURANCE BONDS 230 Princess Street +• ■ — .——.. 68 p " " ™ -■+ + PITTMAN-SINGLETON, Inc. Distributors — YORK — Commercial Refrigeration — Air Conditioning Castle Hayne Rd. Dial 9942 Wilmington, N. C. i ■■Say It With Flowers " From WILL REHDER, Florist Opposite Post Office + i +■- + - i i I i . + 4. Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of CROSS SEED COMPANY Quality Seeds and Supplies Wilmington, N. C. . — + 4., Congratulations to the Class of ' 50 J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Shop and Save at Penney ' s 243 North Front Street + + COMPLIMENTS OF THE COOPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION — + 69 Official Photographer for 1950 Fledgling Gape (year St actios JOHN L. BROWNING 109 N. Front Street Dial 2-8872 — Night 2-1015 WEDDINGS PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL NATURAL COLOR SCHOOLS and BANQUETS + - +-■ -■+ COMPLIMENTS OF The Insured PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Real Estate Loans Insured Savings 112 Princess Street 70 ■IUIMB1B1II " ' m TW + - i GOODYEAR PLUMBING CO. ..+ + . — . + Compliments of Plumbing and Heating 1809 Dawson Street Phone 3-3522 MacMILLAN BUICK COMPANY +•- .- I I Compliments of MARKS MACHINERY CO. 1021 No. Third Street International Trucks Refrigerators Home Freezers and Farmall Tractors i ! I I Best Wishes from FOUNTAIN OIL COMPANY Your Dependable FUEL OIL DEALER Oil Burner Service Castle Hayne Road Wilmington, N. C. Dial 3-2443 I I -■+ - 71 .._.+ ■wfifi •+ + - Your Home Should Come First ! ■—■ + E. W. GODWIN ' S SONS " Everything to Build the House " Dial 7747 Wilmington, N. C. ! Why Take Less When Pepsi ' s Best PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY of Wilmington, Inc. 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