Wingate University - Gate Yearbook (Wingate, NC)

 - Class of 1955

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' ,ig 1' . .... l Star to .-.gow 1 we who V T T John Knrght 405' J.gqA',Qf...i.. 7, ,'.,y3Ki25L,::'S". .g,ff,'.g,g 4 I 'Concord -T ,f14Awf2"1'f' ff fag. at T is J, S, Liles V, ifiif. ,iff , .ao-'Wadesboro f f,j'f,f4.a.- .j..z+og.-.-r,, , gf. -, ,fo V -- 'f,,. H 1'T"'-'Tiff . 'fr2'f'14 ffl-fmffwf' :ff . Mrs. . Pepirygg. . . 152145:-f., ,gE.W5Y23.325ifg'gii3f,Q Qi.. - - Wmgate -I I - .Jgf -1 1 4 f.g,a lg .f f"f-f1,,.v ' I N ,vyi U Af Ay: 5 . ,-,s..-451-' ,f . ,xii M7-f'irfa'rP'. 'wi 4 'RIT ,pi-5,1 iz!" We f. Heber Bfldg-as e ' -to Qbtfwffe 4 M .ww ,roy .efgfgv gf' rv: 1"f.+g,f ix, wr-.Qw Dr. Norfleet Gardner ,iQ5y5g4yf5gx.9i3j.57 .... . . .A,.J5L?aurn1burg 1 --1+ ,osx-,f iff, f".fff+'g,g Dr. Ralph Jarrett .,,. G: -.1 ,,g:f.5f.f , Charlotte . tuluf " L'-,.A.,gH"flMj,,'W. --gf," 1 ,,42AiH.J.ff.v.'f" Iwi' . ff, Dr. George T. Noelfdr. ..q'??+4.'l'f15:i.:. 5...-55: 4iffK'gannapo1xs 1 W Walter c. Sanders . . -' . . , ,... Monroe -I Ng.: -ipfyf-'gig fi-af I :'..fQ2IgfQ' A. ' '1 Mrs. Kathleen Steen . . . .lgyfapr F . . . Salxsbury Ed Gaskins ....... . . ..,. 4 iff? .,.. .L . . , Monroe a 'Q it .,,ff'aw+f-frfzzio f L . Bryce Parker ,... ..... 5 Lan: . , . , 651?,,f. 5,W',1:,,g?4,'z4f.z,r'?1 555. "W1nston-Salem .w 1+-:rf T rf' f . . . .34 'Jn ,A , ,,3'f" 11 Dr. Wxllxam H. Wfxlllams . . . . . 1, , ..... W , , . . Charlotte .f' .vyyf 4 . Ed Holbert .,,. 1 'f ,,.... , . . , .G . , . . Albemarle , 'ne' Bob Crutchfield .....?.g53.f.. .. Kannapolis ,N V. 1. Griffin ,. . ,.... - ..,.,...,....... HON ORARY TRUSTEES C. M. Tucker 4 . Gary Douglas . . Smoot Baker .. Harold Rowell . , Fairmont ., Pageland . . Chesterfield .. Lancaster .. Lancaster 115, 1: ul A ur irecfor , - -5-rjf:S'ilj'A',4!:f,..., Y, A 5 -L-1',2f", VQT'xL:f,L-X , 4,v,fw'w.ff,+'MPQfHmm, ,r 1,9 K U ,Wg-1 '- .,,1 f Wy,-,.',s,f,fL. 5 H 1,,'1L.'?'f' , U k 1j1L'f' A Q " ' 15,625 :vs-.gk .4 Mg ' A whip, I X' 1,1 - -I NJ..-as-. -V ,Q 91, " W' i'wQt:"'N...,p:Pf. , - --M.. , ,mn J X Q '- , If Afuuuqu if lux' ,. ,' K A5515 - ff, Lff 1 ,f V .. .LT,'f"' .,. ,gqv V W. I" J ,ful ,1 gf , f K? riff! "9 ,frj SM, ,xg E .1 Rf LE U J!" 'XV '21 si AU' -4' 1 ,I ,., 5 ,,ffefif:f , , '-" , ",' ' V J Wf,2,zff'.f1ga?i-EfgH2 f' f J 1 BUDD E. SMITH B.A., M.A., Ph.D. President Biology M V. yr: lf' ' '1"'f'? 1413: I 1 U J' 'r fifiififanf lirecford DORIS JONES, B.A., M.R.E. Dean of Women ROBERT ISNER, B.S. Dean of Men Bible Biology and Chemistry FRED SANDUSKY, B.A., Th.M. Dean of Administration Bible ,ix t 'if E' 'W Ixjxx VIRGINIA BEAN C. C. BURRIS CARROLL D. CARRUTH B.A. B.A., M.A. B.M., M.M. Girl-Y' Pbyrifdl Education English and Latin Voice, Public School Music and Health l'0l'fl,9fel'5 HELEN COWSERT B.A., M.A. Modern Languages BESSIE GADDY, B.S., M.A. Phychology, Education Mathematics MRS. SAM GADDY B.S., M.A. Social Science Public Speaking R. I.. Garrett B.A., B.S., M.A. Mathematics and Physics DEWEY HOBBS B.A., B.D. College Pastor CONNIE HORNE B.A., M.A. Social Studies ancl Language fwffgyr A I X Q , VT 59- Hr- LL Lu itz W , I WW 1 ia: , Z , ' Io ff ' A fi f 7 ' a gi' f ' 'K wi f' if' iw,-aku 41 -wn,,n www - vi 3 -.ZW ' 5 .,,. ,, A - u fa f nfl,-,- f gy, vin. 5 Wa, U ,, 'xr 'c 7' . ivy 4 5 Wag I 'R 4 I 4 fy 4 l MRS. JACK HORTON EUGENE W. JONES MARTHA LINNEY B.S. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., M.A. j Commerce Social Science, Geography English A , I i I1 3 1 l'0l'fl,9tel'!f a ., f,, QS 'nw-H-ff" X W! , , . I 'fil- vffiiw' '1 A . ., .: ..,, 2 ., 5 f -Pirie . fl V 'n fs-EEW? S f ' , 53' ,'-7,3 rv-gf ' fam, :ffm SN X REID LOWDER B.S. Director of Athletics HARRIET MAJOR 1 B.S. 2 Education and Commerce , M.A. Commerce 4 LEDALE MEEKS B.A., M.M. Piano and Organ MRS. BUDD E. SMITH A.B., B.S. in L.S. English I 1 LELA F. WEBB f A.B., B.L.s., M.A. A Librarian 1 i MRS. WADE WILLIAMS r Y W B.S. 1 Home Economics and Art ii 361,98 Clllagefrf "'f1r MRS. ROBERT ISNER MRS. EUGENE W. JONES Buy-,mr Acting Registrar .4-l JOAN TARLTON eerelary to the President N W , 1 . y J' 1 , , , . K jeCLfllClal'lff MRS. ANNIE LITTLE MRS. JAMES MORSE House Mother R.N. Nurse '75 7' - - . , K mf' 4. ,, , 5 , '4' , '5?, ,y 1732 ' , , K., J.. J I 4 Nf if .... . 1 J , J' ' -' if , x j "' , . , r Qu: V I .0212 V A 'V 2 A . :ff lv: r- 1 , , 4.41.1 ' -1 VJ.. ,qvrftff 1 f ?Y?7:l.,v 1' -' ,mf gg.-1 - ' ' c,fff,.'ff' . x J. B. SPITTLE MRS. J. B. SPITTLE Superintendent of Grounds Dietitian 5f1esQf4f ,We jahe we jragic page SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Herbert Short . , . ...,.. President Richard Lowder . . . ..... . Vice-President Marcia Lantz ,,.. .... S ecretary-Treasurer . . . of ones fulfilling the requirements. Wf e say good-by to teachers and friends. Each mind is recalling spent hours of worle and pleasure. We stand at the cross- roads and know that all the ways are not good ones. From the hundreds of ways to go each sophomore will think, which one should I choose? Wfhich way will it lead? Where will I find myself? IV e stand and gaze because who knows what each may find in the future. Soon the dreaded words, "Curtain going down." , If . J' ff Q' ' -"5 g,E-,',, ' .,,, . Z 11.1 . - 'f ss sset , 1 "'.y44'-iq! " . . X-4-. 'ii-5" 1, - ,- Wg as 69 Z'- .Q 'bi 5 , yr'-3 . 5 A . XV :L 6 - if Gs' A Q ef 'N A e J ST- '7'Us Q! 'u FERRY LANE AUSTIN Monroe, N.C. Kthletic Association 24 Glee Club 1,23 Greater Council lg O. Henry 1g Secretary if B.S.U. Executive Council 25 Sextet 1,2g Y.W.A. 1,2. ao fo BETTY JEAN AUTRY Pageland, S.C. Athletic Association 2g B.S.U. Executive Council 29 Glee Club 1,2g Greater Council 15 O. Henry lg Student Council 23 Vol- unteer Band 1,25 Y.W.A. 1,2. CAROL DEAN BAKER Salisbury, N.C. SELMA WILSON BAKER Athletic Association 23 Basketball 1, 2g Cheerleader 2, Girls' Ensemble 13 Glee Club 1,23 Library Club lg Masque and Wig 23 Neilstone lg Triangle Staff 1g Literary Editor 2g Y.W.A. l,2g Alpha Beta Gamma 2. SANFORD DUARD BAKER New London, N.C. Day Student 1,2g Ministerial Group 1,2. ,aarf we Jaclfg, in tkiri frougiuri, wor meef wifk jog, in Aweef eruaa em. if 'lr 3 1 f 3, , , x,, -, ' 1: w -- ,. iff ,. f f Qs . XM:-1, J . A e ES ' ' "',eMa" 'MM' in J Q . Q I gy f., ., Q 5? if E n , 3' 1 fx, HM., , xx X 4. TOMMY BARKLEY BALLARD ROBERT LEE BURR Dallas, N.C. Chesterfield, S.C. CARL EDWARDS BENNETT JOYCE ANN BRANNOCK Wadesboro, N. C. Mount Airy, N.C. Day Student 1,2. Lees McRae lg Dorm. Monitor lg Social Boardg Y.W.A. 2. New London, N.C. Day Student 1,2. ff! JOHN LEE BYRD Lancaster, S.C. Day Student 1,2. I9 '1 : , 1 - J M-gj ,.. 1, N Q, ' Q .5 My f Q in JOHN ALFRED CASTOR JAMES HARRIS CAUBI-E ROBERT DULA CLARKE' Rockingham, N,C, Mount Pleasant, N.C. Wadesboro, N.C. East Carolina lg Debating Club 23 Glee B.S.U. Executive Council 23 Commence- Commercial Club 2g Gladstone Club 23 Masque and Wig 2g Triangle ment Marshal 15 Editor of Gateg Philos- Staff 2. ophian 1g Phi Theta Kappa 2g Volunteer Band 1,2g Treasurer 2g W.K. Club 1,29 Alpha Beta Gamma 2. WILLIE CARSON CARTER, JR. JOHN VANN CHANEY Kershaw, S.C. Wingate, N.C. Baseball 1,2g Gladstone 1g W. Club 2. Day Student 1,23 Glee Club 1,2g Male Quartet 2. CQ! yOU, alle teafrf, ldfeldafe fo 5406! fkelfl HOW. Ea .::12g:?: I 5Qf':35f5 53' .- " J s:. -'- 12352 A if 2 ' X' ' , v QV Y JAMES WILLIAM CLARK JUANITA PARTICIA DEASON RUTH CAROLYN DOSHER Leaksville, N.C. Matthews, N,C, - Mofven: N-C- Baseball 1-2: Bfl5k9fb2l1 1-22 GIHCISIOIIE Athletic Association 2g Treasurer 2g An- B'S'U' Executive Council 29 O' Henry I 19 Masque and Wig 23 W' Cl'-lb 2- nual Stal? 2g O. Henry lg W. K. Club l,2g WK' Club 29 Volunteer Band 1,24 Pres Y.W.A. 1,2g Vice-President 2. dem 29 Y'W'A' 112' WARE DOUGLAS CROWELL JACQUELINE ANN DOSHER Indian Trail, N.C. Morven, N.C. Annual Staff 2g Assistant Girls' Coach 2, B.S.U. Executive Council 25 Greater Day Student 1,23 President of Dormi- Council lg Commercial Club 24 O. tory 2. Henry lg Volunteer Band 1,29 W.K. Club 23 Y.W.A. 1,2. 20 i Q "T.'if 6. 1 ' 'U w I., 'x g'5Y"?fi I' I-If ff 15 "N ,rf '1Lff3f- A NN ' : ' X, 'lik ,f KX ,k -fr .. -. kk U lm. N :it I ' . sf, H Isa. X , , - '5 ' w-95' .gf' iARLON CLEOPHAS DRYE WILLIE LAFOND EDDINS SYBIL INEZ FUNDERBURK Rockingham, N.C. Chesterfield, S.C. Lancaster, 5-C- DON PHILLIP DUNCAN Indian Trail, N,C. 0 wee id fo ma e L65 fke cle fi 0 Baseball Manager 13 Basketball 1,23 Glee Club lg Neilstone Society 1. RODNEY ALLEN EDWARDS Greensboro, N.C. Baseball 1,2g Basketball 1,2g Class Presi- dent lg Gladstone lg Treasurer 1g Neil- SIOHC 2g President of High School Classg W. Club. rie . .tt A I. Q F H 'if' '5 C- ,, R a 5' j W- ff Q, ' r 3 1 r 4 5 pd . -f I fi M- C ' ' W' """""' it av 'H-w.,,.,,f- ,W 'ng53,i,.i,,,, 13-: -a...Q.f f A ., ,.,., ' w"'7 OHN MARVIN GATHINGS JOHNNY ALVIN GRIFFIN SAMUEL FRED GULLEDGE Pageland, S.C. DELMAR THERON GRIFFIN Waxhaw, N.C. Day Student 1,2. Marshville, N.C. Alpha Beta Gamma 2g Day Student 1,2. KATIE LEE GRIFFIN Wingate, N.C. Annual Staff 1,2: Commencement Mar- shal Ig Commercial Club 1,25 Secretary- Treasurer 24 Day Student 1,2g Neilstone lg Triangle Staff 2. Ruby, s.c. 2 Stovall, N.C. Cassett, S.C. L. CAROL JEAN GUNTER Pamplico, S.C. Chairman of Social Standards Committee 25 Commencement Marshal Ig Debate Team lg Glee Club l,2g Greater Council 13 Second Vice-President of B.S.U. lg B.S.U. Executive Council 2g O. Henry lg Phi Theta Kappa l,2q Triangle Staff lg Editor 2g Y.W.A. 1,2. . ."if"" 13- ' ' le' " -. , ilzx ' 5 vu V ,..,,.x 62: ep-' -"N S Q JNQX l N' X QF te at Q X xw M ' 2 -we-N'-xx 1. me t .- so ,f "Qi Q., 3-, fm t ,S ,V , X , 152219 v:s'::xy.f Nsfurefl A SHIRLEY ANN GUYER Mount Gilead, N.C. Girls' Ensemble lg Glee Club l,2g Greater Council Ig O. Henry, Y.W.A. l,2. JACQUELINE WILLIAMS GUTHRIE CHARLOTTE MAE HALL B.S.U. Executive Council 25 Glee Club 1,23 Commencement Marshal lg Phi Theta Kappa 2g Sextet l,2: Volunteer Band l,2g Y,W.A. 1,2. Athletic Association 2g Basketball 1,24 Greater Council lg O. Henry lg Masque and Wig 2g Y.W.A. l,2. JAMES NORMAN HAIL Charlotte, N.C. ' Day Student 1,2. ', J I gona! nigkf, goo nigAf ,oar-fin? iz! due Aweef Jarrow, mai .9 Jkaf :Sag goo nigkf fi! if Ae morrow. ' ' mf: if Q , .:QI: -.Qt jjfzff 3 ' 1' If ' 2- ff? .A A IS FW-g' .ip .1 . V DALLAS DELANO HICKS Charlotte, N .C. Day Student 1,2. Nt- N F ?Q'w xx X X te X X t X XX -A St. . , xt. . E, ssc: ' ' Ntcttw , 'muff . ttini N , WILLIAM EDWARD KIKER Monroe, N.C. Day Student 1,2g Debating Club 2g Masque and Wig 1,24 Student Council 2g Phi Theta Kappa 25 Triangle Staff 2. GARLIN ANDERSON HICKS ALAN CONRAD HORTON Jefferson, S.C. Lancaster, S.C. Business Manager of Gate 23 Commercial Basketball 1,2g Basketball Co-Captain 23 Club 1,2g President 23 Veterans Club 2. Gladstone lg Vice-President of Student 22 Council 23 W. Club 2. BOBBY EUGENE JAMES Albemarle, N.C. Day Student 1,2. 'ESQ' X R v tw 3 X Q X x at SX .S f RALPH EDWARD KLINE Knoxville, Tennessee Iinisterial Group 1,23 President 2. MARCIA ZENDA LANTZ Spruce Pine, N.C. Carson-Newman College lg Hypatian Literary Society lg Freshman Officer lg Le Circle Francais, Secretary lg Accom- panist for Male Quartet 29 Annual Staff 23 B.S.U. Executive Council 1,2g Secre- tary-Treasurerg W.K. Club Z5 Y.W.A. 1, 25 Secretary 2. C af" xi x I 'ibn' im" Xi. ,N , fi.,-1, X, iii K' , ' 1 x.- 'QQIJC-:- i . I I RICHARD DAVID LOWDER Thomasville, N.C. Basketball 1,29 Gladstone Ig Vice-Presi- dent of Sophomore Class. JOSEPH LEE LASSITER Colerain, N.C. B.S.U. Executive Council 2g Ministerial Group 1,2g Secretary-Treasurer 25 Philo- sophian I. 07118 C0012 Fila yr JIMMY SINGLETON LITTLE Glee Club 1,24 President Ig Vice-Presi- dent 2g Male Quartet 1,2g Male Octet 2g Masque and Wig lg Philosophian lg President of Student Council 2. ime ana! fde Aour rund fdrougk fke rougAe:if clay. 1 I 1' .39 'A e WWW' 1 Tis: N' -' I- ' : v 1 1 3 nz.: y i ,M .. .1 , r ', :ir 4 X , X at we. " ij. 551 E 11 J ..,.., 5 A x",'1 AUL JAMES MATHESON Monroe, N.C. Day Student 1,2. J: ,xt Q M 1, ,, - ' if' ,S I, x .X fl , M, wx V C ii' 4L WILLIAM DOUGLAS MOOR.E Marshville, N.C. Day Student 1,2. PATRICIA COCKRAN MORRISON Monroe, N.C. Athletic Association 24 Cheerleader lg Chief 25 Chief Marshal lg Day Student 1,25 Delta Psi Omega l,2g President 25 Masque and Wig lg President 25 Phi Theta Kappa 1,29 Secretary-Treasurer 2. JOHN MACK MCC01N ARGENE LEE MORGAN Spa,-ga, N'C, Stanfield, N.C. Commercial Club 13 Vice-President 2g Greater Council Ig O. Henry Ig Y.W.A. 1,2. 23 Y 5 ' iv ,,f:f::': . " i f'-1 , ., .,,' '.,1 If!-V :H '-11 y. 11" Wiki.. ,www A il:-5. ' V41 ,K Q 5, ,-,E J tw: 1 Q gina In ,,,,,,.l: ,Z 'gk . Q . ,-w.', ., H Y, 52:3 -- " "-. -' 1 W" R xii' , fx -tit ,., .. tv- , - ,W f ,W .Q 'A'A-- M- -f'W M A' , W . V.v.. 1:g?Z,N,afy, . , . Q Q H Vuwitvv ,e,r1 . - : i z ROY PRESTON PARKER, JR. IKIE NEAL PRESSON Concord, N.C. Indian Trail, N.C. Glee Club 15 Masque and Wig 2. Commencement Marshal 1, Philoso JAMES EDWARD ROBERSON Wingate, N.C. Phian Masque and Wig 1- Ministerial Gr 15 Phi Theta Kappa 1'2' 1,23 Student Council 1. RUBY EDNA PICKLER RONDA PAUL PR-ESSQN Albemarle, N.C. Monroe, N.C. Commercial Club lg Masque and Wig lg Public Relation Committee 2g Volunteer Band 1,29 Y.W.A. 2. QZQLQ 61:5 fAe waved ITLQLQ 't0LUl1l"6J tA8 :iA0l"e, 50 clo our minufed Aafifen fo fkeir en . OU i " " ' ' M- ts - - 'I ' " r '5- ji' J- f-2 - 'Q h gl N il ' 43 fiirxb 3 ' it V, X AFS? , i W 383:35 it - 535 ' 'r " , ' .b ' -' l '1 -'Q " J ' gg t ' ' ,QQ ' 'ui .. P, , I X Q 1 4 X xi -'f g 3 ...N N N gigigif I ROBERT JACKSON ROBERTS LARRY MORRIS SEDBERRY Jefferson, S.C. C0HC01'd, N-C Baseball 1,25 Gladstone 1, W. Club 2. BOBBY EUGENE ROGERS HERBERT HALL SHORT JR. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. 24 JOSEPH SHORT Charlotte, N.C. BARBARA JANE SMITH Wingate, N.C. Athletic Association President 2, Basket- ball 1,25 B.S.U. Executive Council 25 Girls' Ensemble 1,25 Sextet lg Commence- ment Marshal lg Glee Club 2, Masque and Wig 1,23 Vice-President 2, Phi Theta Kappa 1,2, President 23 Social Committee 2, Triangle Staff lg Business Manager 25 Alpha Beta Gamma 2. rf' Q .07 , DORIS JOANN SMITH Rockingham, N.C. Greater Council lg B.S.U. Executive Council 2g Girls' Ensemble lg Glee Club 1,2g O. Henry lg Secretary of Student Council 23 Social Standards Committee 2, College Social Committee 2, Volunteer Band 23 W.K. Club 1,25 Y.W.A. l,2, President 2. :Q 'L 1 'V 'J WILLIAM JEFFERSON TAYLOR Wingate, N.C. 1 DENNIS HOLT SMITH Marshville, N.C. Alpha Beta Gamma 25 Day Student 1,2. 'UUA DOYLE EUGENE SPRY Cooleemee, N.C. Annual Staff 2g Baseball Manager lg Baseball 2, junior Varsity Basketball 1 2g Basketball Manager 2, B.S.U. Execu- tive Council 2g Student Council 2g Presi dent of Philisophian lg Triangle Stall' l, 2g W. Club 2. en JAG! LUG fA,I"Qe meef again 7 .911 fAunc!er, Agkfnin , or in rain. , ,. J! - , 'rf f , Z gi f"- V ,I I 5 gif- - ""f""'ws, 9 I is-X. at I ,L fre- . I 'Y aa I' I V, ' 5 ,Q ' , ' ' I, A . , 1 ' f'W"' ,. fn .f I --W " "S f .1 I 1 'EQ . , ,F U 7 V 4 .mg 1 , X . My U ,,,,.,.. . WILLIE ASHMORE TRUESDALE WILLIAM REID UNDERWOOD BOBBY RANDOLPH WALLACE Cassatt, S.C. Wingate, N.C. LHHCHSICF, SC- Glee Club 1,23 Student Council 2g Min- Baseball 2, junior Varsity Basketball 2g A001131 Staff li MiIliSfCfi211 Group 1,25 isterial Group I,2. Day Student 1. President 13 SU-'dent COUl'lCi1 29 Phi Theta Kappa 1,2g President of B.S.U. 2g Triangle Staff I. AMOS LEWIS TURBYFILL HAYNE NELSON WALDEN Spruce Pine, N.C. Monroe, N.C. Day Student l,2g Glee Club 1,25 Min- Annual Staff 23 Day Student lg Debating isterial Group lg Quartet 1,2. Team 2, Philosophian I. 25 AQ' "1su.Z5UV www? WWW' 'tts A Q A , , A rs A , ,A Qfig . ' G ibm V Q N ,.,,, :,::,.g,5i :: ' I lr -3 z -.v- " I ...N nw 3 '-'. MH' '- 2 -X I .- ,V I 1 ' ,"r' x -' , ,f.- i -1:2 j. .1:f-13:!H:viw ,.,,, i t 1 Q, I, of ' of JAMES EDWARD WALTON GART1-1 CONRAD WATSON HAROLD PINKNEY WATTS CHARLES RAY WILLIAMS Hamlet, N .C. Concord, N.C. DHU2-5. N-C- Wingaw, N-C nlang Clgerf ERC? Baseball 1,23 Basketball 1,29 Gladstone lg W. Club, W.K. Club. dAa! fkizi our A fy :Scene e acfec! o,er, in afafeti ull 0l'l'L all aCC8l'lt6 get un l'l0llll'l! Ikie Presson, Garlin Hicks, jimmy Cauble, jimmy Little, Bobby Wallace, Katie Lee Griliin, Patti Morrison, Carol Gunter, Marcia Lantz, Juanita Deason, jackie Guthrie. a 1 me .sjulaloorfing Cjaaf w Y 5 l X we pfag jhe gomic E045 . . . of ones giving the play a light and gay touch. We make our entrances and exits with smiling faces because our lines are few and funny, and we are pro- gressing in our performance. Our practices are flled either with learning funny names, silly dates, or hearing our instructor say, "I believe you will have to do that over again." We sleep through rehearsals, laugh at our failures, speak at the wrong time, get the material mixed up, miss the cue, and forget the lines. Then act hy act we are learning when to come and go, when to speak and what to say. Our mistakes are fewer and our lines are longer. We realize that soon we will he in a drama with new and different roles. M wwe- 2 x NH X. milf' . X 1 H. . s 2, f Q ,X fx da ...,..,., , . - 2 ,AA ,,A.A . . FRESHMEN Tommy Agerton Pageland, S. C. Clegg B. Allen Peachland, N. C. Oliver G. Apple jackson, Michigan Vaden Austin Marshville, N. C. Don Barnhardt Oakboro, N. C. james Lee Beck Wingate, N. C. james Benton Angelus, S. C. Cloyd Allen Bookout Monroe, N. C. Bobby Tice Bowers Peachland, N. C. Earl Norman Bowles Cooleemee, N. C. Rafael Borroto, jr. Las Villas, Cuba Charles Brock Monroe, N. C. Pat Brock Monroe, N. C. Norma jean Brown Townville, S. C. Pete Brunson Charlotte, N. C. jackie Bunce Fayetteville, N. C. Frances Burris Wingate, N. C. Thurman Carnes Kershaw, S. C. joel Thomas Cassidy Bethune, S. C. Roy judson Catoe, jr Kershaw, S. C. Yates Caudle Peachland, N. C. Robert K. Chandler Sumter, S. C. Margaret Chaney Wingate, N. C. Bill Collins Wingate, N. C. Doran Edwards Cook, Hamlet, N. C. Margaret Covington Ellerbe, N. C. Dewey Lee Crawford Rockingham, N. C. Libby DeBrule Charlotte, N. C. joseph Kermid Deese Kershaw, S. C. Mary Louise Dennis Turbeville, S. C. I 55 C. B. Dunn Wingate, N. C. Etta Faye East Lenoir City, Tenn. Bonnie Lynn Edwards Wingate, N. C. Norris Edwards Wingate, N. C. Patrick Eudy Monroe, N. C. Claudie Evans Monroe, N. C. Jack B. Faulkenberry Kershaw, S. C. Joyce Faulkenberry Kershaw, S. C. Mary Lewis Floyd Thomasville, N. C. William Foster Hemingway, S. C. Ronald Freeman Monroe, N. C. Cullie Funderburk Matthews, N. C. james Funderburk Polkton, N. C. Sybil Gardner Kershaw, S. C. Lee Garrett Wingate, N. C. Vick Gilmore Wadesboro, N. C. Rosie Grainger Aynor, S. C. john I.. Grass Charlotte, N. C. Lynell Greene Monroe, N. C. Thomas C. Gregory Kershaw, S. C. Ann Griffin Wingate, N. C. Tom Griffin Marshville, N, C, Thomas Marion G ' Patrick, S. C. nggs jerry Singleton Hagins Kershaw, S. C. Brice Crowson Haigler Monroe, N. C. Vance Eugene Hamilton Rockingham, N. C. Lowell Hartsell Albemarle, N. C. Fred Hay Kannapolis, N. C. Tommy J. Haywood Monroe, N. C. Elizabeth Thompson Head Pee Dee, N. C. KK 3451 A -n--.,- ,N L 5 Pl 4 AV'-1 R "H:-sf F 31 .. xv gmac X, l 1? .k x Q Qt? Q 3 A 'wvif' if l yas "" 'B 1 V. Q sf i af - f . 'IL'-'E -mg., 32 5 :iii ...C ..,,. - vi' iv 'W V, Q , .. ., 3 nw., , ...- 1 'lx 1-Hsin. 7""' gg ,fa vw if ' .aff gl 1 ,ko 1:22 ,. ---- d 1 QC. 'inf' Ai' . If, . .. ....,, rt 2.2 W' X "iv , 'DN fha-Na-. I .'fQ-ve as t. 2? V xi? 1, 1 It V .PMI f ', 'if' i Q ! 5 W- V 4, ,aw 'W 2 , 1 av .N R . :ff - - . -an .1-av. -, . ww- , 123, ri 'ff' ,I .-255.85 X . if ':,2gg,ig,g.:sp-f"' x V A 2 I f at V..- ov . " "X" ,Ffh L ,,!'........ fi -1 .ggi 2, 51 -2 sf' l 'Q 1 .. F . ,. , g1,.- it Eff : v . V, ' -lf a::.1"" ' --'-ff' ,., . f -. . V' ' 15111. . yiissa 31.-.:.'.1,:5.'1. EgagfZ-1Mi1Zff'e5s,- ' i:....f'-af:-' ' :iz-1 ., ws' 4f:1g,m4g,.-sfm 5-me - . -- V-.-.as L. ' .H,',gyj: :fV.:.: A - '..-:-.- ' 'Y ::5:egg. ,fi b .2 2 we W , -if' NT: .seas f- " - M . . ..,. . ax 'v f.. ' 5 si-Z., ggi.. Ya . ll :. .-12' 9'f"'L"t' 1 we .ef 5 A ii? it as 'L W..- f ...W- 0 s ,ww W '11,-4 'N--,wmv if 'QV' "VN K 9 af N gin '11, i s. .,. lc- , . ,L , 2 U45 , ,z ii as 'S' I -W 1 f..f . .. .. -wh wi .- -N., 39P""U uv-.. . 1 V, ,,,t S pf Vx 95 'er' " , 3' Sk. x-sf. 'Q 4 37 Z ol . - 5' 'fe .-T 4 an 'TN' al, . lm, A- 1,501 ,JI 5 FRESHMEN Herman Hinson Matthews, N. C. Freddie High Peachland, N. C. Willie Huggins Angelus, S. C. Joel Humphrey Gold Hill, N. C. Barbara Hunter Heath Springs, S. C. Julius E. Hunter Kershaw, S. C. Freddie Lee Hyatt Kershaw, S. C. David Dillard Keener, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. Robert D. Kelly Knoxville, Tenn. Earl Kiker Monroe, N. C. Minnie Neal Lee Polkton, N. C. Doris Alva Lewis Cooleemee, N. C. William A. Liles Garland, N. C. Melton Wilson Little Stanfield, N. C. Roscoe Lewis Little Stanfield, N. C. David Franklin Love Stanfield, N. C. Alvin Lowery Marshville, N. C. Lenelle Mangum Monroe, N. C. J. A. Martin Charlotte, N. C. Leander Medlin Monroe, N. C. Betty Jean Morgan Kershaw, S. C. Sherrill Lincoln Morris Thomasville, N. C. Floyd Morrow Rockingham, N. C. Maurice McCauley Monroe, N. C. Aletta Lee McDonald Rockingham, N. C. Sally McDonald Rockingham, N. C. Larry McGinnis Monroe, N. C. Shirley jean McGinnis Monroe, N. C. Lewis Franklin McLean Rockingham, N. C. Peggy Wiggins McLean Rockingham, N. C. '55 Donald Henry McRorie Wadesboro, N. C. rf' ,. Gerald Dale Neal K " Q. Charlotte, N. c. N Q . 3 Robert Outlaw ' - Monroe, N. C. jack C. Parker Bethune, S. C. Nae Parks Lancaster, S. C. james Pegram Wadesboro, N. C. Kenneth Warren Phifer Marshville, N. C. 4 1 1 'I- g ? """ ' Raymond Phillips ' f Dallas, N. C. 'vs K ,va ,iw av H. R. Pope if me Midland, N. C. Xi 'ff' Sara Ann Pope X- 1 Wadesboro, N. C. ' John Lee Price -.,'f""'i"'!9PlQK:f. Monroe, N. C. ' 4 Richard Propst 1 bv Pineville, N. C. .5 I 'V 193- S li'F:g, M Wesley Propst Pineville, N. C. 1 P Mary Kate Randall Polkton, N. C. Peggy Ann Ray X- Severn, N. C. Mary Grace Ratliffe Wadesboro, N. C. L. T. Reeves Kershaw, S. C. jack Thomas Robinson Johnston, S. C. Jerry Robinson Concord, N. C. Esther Rogers Sumter, S. C. M Richard Rogers Winston-Salem, N. C, James Grady Sellers Ruby, S. C. Faye Shockley Experiment, Ga. Myra Joyce Short Wadesboro, N. C. Janis Simpson Wingate, N. C. David Small Kershaw, S. C. Myron Snotherly Albemarle, N. C. Fred Pearson Tatham Gastonia, N. C. Clydeane Teague Ellerbe, N. C. wus! r Q., Q 1... 1' f ',f ll' Qs. in IV' Y ,fl , e- 1 r r . ,r . . 'aw Y' f"' ,e F 'Qi-.-I 'v F J we ',. 144 'W " Ae,,..,.,. ive, ,ww . Q . 'Ui ffm' ' 'Ziff If g ' i 4, 1, ., 'QV ,pa FV! jerry E. Teal Pageland, S. C. Nea! -use-V 'S rw . ,.-fs.,-1 V mm ' Fen at Q F - t . seas' P YR Xe W . g ,:..,,... . ,gif f rl., Fi' L' x t 'Nr-V" Qu- wyssae-""' -.V ,ik , FRESHMEN Geraldine Thomas Wingate, N. C. Myra jane Thomas Monroe, N. C. Shirley Ann Thomas Polkton, N. C. Joyce Thompson Lilesville, N. C. Aaron Threatt Kershaw, S. C. Vance Troutman Albemarle, N. C. Geraldine Trull Albemarle, N. C. Edith Dare Twitty Monroe, N. C. Claude Vincent Kershaw, S. C. Richard Wallace Wadesboro, N. C. Bill Walters Monroe, N. C. Carlton Weir Charlotte, N. C. jerry Weir Monroe, N. C. Dottie Welch Charlotte, N. C. Bettie Brooks Weldon Henderson, N. C. Harold White Fort Worth, Texas Philip Witherspoon Rockingham, N. C Larry Woodrow Charlotte, N. C. George Wrape Mineral Springs, N Charles C. Yates Rockingham, N. C Ill NHS ami li Sill Ill iii I ESS jhe Ylnclerdfu chad wmvf'::""". g 1 wlllllll. E ' ffji A is wllimmiw QWISMW .. af 5 YI Bl Rf 'lflf .7 l f7l : ' f Q a e Q Cl,l"ClCa 0 eff SUB COI.l.EGE OFFICERS Joann Phillips . . . ..4.. President Edwin Eury ...... ...., V ice-President Frances Haywood .... .,.. S ecretary-Treasurer ....of ones only coming to the front when called upon. We are of lesser importance when viewed by others. In our minor parts we always carry things to an extreme. Everything is funny and life is ridiculous. Our parts are not near so hard to learn and our lines are few. In trouble we always come out on top. In everything we undertake to do we arrive by a round about road. We just do not care how silly or ridiculous we may appear because we are having a wonderful time. Then we stop and think where will we be entangled next act in this drama. 25? ma., .1 IZ ., A 5 K 'Styli , X r - ca 25,32 ' Q. '. pq.-..,. Q wuws':-- . ' 44.21- . ,. - s',,giN X . Q . ,., .,, , , NV , N. ,fvmmg 5 x If V5 -4, ve- .f it cgi., zvvffzrig. sv- z - -easier' iff . :::4,. W! et . ,. fa. Eg . N , Q 5 ':..- A 3:5 V- '. , N ix N ' '.::-.,- 25-Q: X, 2, .,g,,,-...ff 7 ' . .,, , ,. ,.V. , -if , 3 A X I 5" a 'Y' l 'wt Fl. gg. , , -' 'N r 3 lg., . ' , si . ' E.. F ' A ' A , - W' Z, -ja? 1 1. 4 ' 2. .. .. .,. .SX t . - -wma.. . ' :V gg r X . ,XL w XR -f- .. .-, W 2:1-355.gif-rf , .,,, -a f' ' X i ist-M . 6, .. . - X 5 .x.-- , r' '. :T '4 3:13. 'Q -5 1. - -4 ,. . 1 I 'TVX . - E1 " ...Vt f. ,- ,, t - -ay. ' ,L ls '-Nix -4 R .,-,N f-as 1 S gb I t Q... ...Q 4 X. C , r '-wi, 1 t sf 1 -4 2 .N Q 1 -': A -' Q : Q, ,.., .. .. t '? SUB Barney Campbell Charlotte, N. C. Felipa Victoria Cardet Guantanamo, Cuba Hilario Castro Guanajay, Cuba Johnny Cherry Lancaster, S. C. Barbara Ann Coffey Blowing Bock, N. C. Jim Cook ' Kannapolis, N. C. Charles Davis Peachland, N. C. Mary Ann Dean Wingate, N. C. Wilbern Dills Newport News, Va. Marolyn Funk Winston-Salem, N. C. Meg Goulding Detroit, Michigan A. C. Hall, Jr. Wake Forest, N. C. Frances Toomer Haywood Monroe, N. C. Wayne Howell Cooleemee, N. C. john jackson Lancaster, S. C. George Lanier Charlotte, N. C, Howard Shepard Lofton Cheraw, S. C. Dora Mills Monroe, N. C. Ema Neeley Cincinnati, Ohio Elisa Nunez Havana, Cuba Sanchez Eusebio Parra Havana, Cuba Joann Phillips Matthews, N. C. Raymond john Rogerson Cambridge, England Dwight Walker Kannapolis, N. C. William Warren Memphis, Tenn. Arthur Waisner Albemarle, N. C. . ' SA' Nw 9 -.1-my M' '. N v V ! ,avg :ff-1 sw is -if 1 Xf fSifzS3E,1.?g - a s si? 5w'if3?'E3f1-. . W 'N q?iff13!i9aS. ' rm-sss Q 1- E:1fs2:i3S2' 5.192-!3f'.533" - S f s'?iE?r5.isf-36325554311 Iis'.kRi! , 2, - .-.w s ,- S5253- Hffgiim ,L 1-ilu! J xl ' wag e' ' ,gill ' le. . ,,-ZfiRi'.iSf.4' -...., Q! wh 1-sl: N .L".u3'1 '5.5E'5f'.'1 1 451: 55" s'?3!ft?i'L 'E '. 631.gif . K x . ss: Q. X . . - .F "di 4x4v N swf.: X gm .X vu In 72 A Mah , X fa P. .-4 .-.' T S -Q -ug L-gf' 13: ENT. sUsmEi.E:j:.?+? .11'f ,w :w - m g . -'-, ,. g:1 m.1: "'NK'5 1 f , "Gig x. '.g:Iw:.KY3e' ' f 'NS' 1 253 Q 1 r w if .Jwiii fi If: W I f is 1 iw 'W' 4 . .f fy b "f. Jail", yi Q ' .li k 1? vi' 2: 54 S913 Pllyifi' 411152135 ' '- plffg:3g'f4E gfE1:?s.Ia - 132' ,xii 'itiisfiilf ' Lfff 51 Ji-:MEL Wiigifiliskg .iss :gs 1211155115 , g'if 3 ':aE'V:75f1'5. E, C8118 7 , IN HIS STEPS J? ,, time AJ, ALA Uel' lllkbzfe GCPQ6 LUGILQCJ fkode Linnea! Lei wAicA Lurfeen Lunclr-ec! yeard ago were ned!!! or our acluanfage on fAe differ crorid i 5 ,!.,f Xxx V .zzf X , ff Q ir Z inf X .J- -.4 A .L i? Q5 fi I- 4 Qs-- 111. X "4 'L 38 First Row: Ferry Lane Austin, Barbara Smith, Carol Gunter, Jackie Guthrie, Dot Lewis Second Row: Sybil Funderburk, Betty Jean Autry, Joann Smith, Ann Dosher Carolyn Dosher, Miss Helen Cowsert, Sponsor. Third Row: Bobby Wallace, Tommy Ballard, Doyle Spry Fourth Row: Marion Griggs, Jimmy Cauble, Joe Lassiter, jack Parker BAPTIST STUDENT UNION BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Bobby Wallace .. Carol Gunter . , . Barbara Smith . . . Betty jean Autry Ferry Lane Austin Marcia Lantz .... Joann Smith . . . Carolyn Dosher , . Doyle Spry .... jack Parker .. . . joe Lassiter , . DotLewis Marion Griggs . . . Tommy Ballard , . Mary Louis Floyd Jimmy Cauble . . . Jackie Guthrie , T , Ann Dosher .... Helen Cowsert . . . Executive Council President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Vice-President Secretary , . . . . , . Treasurer Y.W.A. President .. . . Morning Watch Director B.T. U. Director B.T. U. Secretary . . . Sunday School Representative . , . . Sunday School Representative . . . . Volunteer Band Representative . , . .Ministerial Group Representative . , 4 , . . . Methodist Representative HELEN COWSERT ...............Reporter Sponsor . . . Chorister BOBBY WALLACE Pianist Faculty Adviser President B. S. U. EXECUTIVE MEETING .AYXIW 42" xx veg' GENERAL OFFICERS EE +..J IQQWKH . wfvl. M.:-.I , M9 6 X ll Q 4 nv' rf 4, 1 t ,lk -J '93 - s, .1 '- I Q I r. , 'gg .V 'ij rj 1 - ' :H 'L-., -gg-,F,,. - ,E 1 fx If 5-'T L. I "Q-sm, -1, A .b 409 Zi .v WA - , Q-mf, , Dlllw Y' ,L .xi V V' f, ' , . 4 f 2 V' 1 Q S -I-si N M C8119 2 SINCE MANS' CHIEF PLEASURE IS SOCIETY 'e flue coming Aour' oyerfgzw wifA joy ana! IQAHJLLFQ all-own fAe Ar-im. DELTA OMEGA PATT1 MORRISON MASQUE AND WIG 1 i 3 :, 5 f ,V I , 5 , I : .ef 3.5 f ,X ,v T 1 -..,,X'x-.sk --.,qss-m First row: Patti Morrison, Myron Snotherly, Carol Baker, Barbara Smith, Margaret Chaney, Charlotte Hall, Robert Chandler, Janis Simpson. Second row: Bill Kiker, john Castor, Freddie Tatham, Mary Grace Ratliffe, Geraldine Trull, Shirley McGinnis, Dottie Welch, Lynell Greene. i E Q if-vi fri-'-lr-fff"'v "' """"f "" 4-l,...A , 5 l Eli ,...ll. A i i l L ' 1 GLEE CLUB First Row: Margaret Chaney, Barbara Smith, jean Brown, Marcia Lantz, Sybil Funderburk, Joann Phillips, Esther Rogers, Frances Burris, Shirley Guyer, Betty Jean Autry, Doris Lewis, Jackie Guthrie. Second row: Joann Smith, Meg Goulding, Ann Bingham, Dorothy Hodges, Ann Griliin, Marolyn Funk, Barbara Ann Coffey, Sally Trull, Carol Gunter, Peggy Ann Ray, Myra Short. Third row: Carol Baker, Ferry Lane Austin, Etta Faye East, john Vann Chaney, Jackie Bunce, Pete Brunson, Amos Turbyfill, Lowell Hartsell, jack Faulkenberry, Raymond Phillips, Robert Chandler. Fourtb row: Marion Griggs, jimmy Little, Sherrill Morris, Vance Troutman, Richard Propst, joel Humphery, Claude Vincent, jerry Neal, Norman Bowles, Lee Garrett, W. A. Truesdale. I QUARTET jimmy Little, John Vann Chaney, jackie Bunce, Claude Vincent, Richard Propst, Lowell Hartsell, jack Faulkenberry "Andy" Turbyfill, Mr. Carroll D. Car- ruth, Director, Marcia Lantz, Pianist GIRLS' CHORUS First row: Miss Ledale Meeks, Director, Sybil Funderburk, Myra Short, Barbara Smith, Jackie Guthrie, jean Brown. Second row: Barbara Coffey, Etta Faye East, Esther Rogers, Ferry Lane Austin, Frances Burris. ' w c ' x - 2 I x Y I 3 A W . , B L 5 Q .f . ' 4 : . 4 , 6 , Q 4 1 1 S I s 1 V 1 , ,mgmy W DORIS JONES Faculty Advisor SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE Joann Smith Margaret Chaney Lynell Greene Carol Gunter 1 -va we-v vm.- '.sm.65iA V X'-X 'fffh X' .E J J ' A N'Xfl E M 'wal MARS H ALS First row: jackie Guthrie, Barbara Smith,' Patti Morrison, Katie Lee Griffin, Carol Gunter. Second row: jimmy Cauble, Garlin Hicks,,Ikie Presson, Bobby Wallace. 1 Qs' 1' "pin 'NM fi f ' A 1, 5 1, ' an 5. .-:'-, I ,. .. ., - 4.1--sxgfx-3..,.,w 5 3 , ' - V W. K. CLUB First row: Marcia Lantz, Juanita Deason, Mrs. J. B. Spittle lSpomorD, Betty Jean Morgan, Joann Smith. Second row: Mary Louise Dennis, Carolyn Dosher, Rosie Grainger, Ann Dosher. Third Row: Don Barnhardt, jimmy Cauble, Pete Brunson, joel Humphrey, Lowell Hartsell, Bill Underwood, Sherrill Morris. te i BARBARA SMETH Sponsored By Sophomore Clasggjr eww J. 1, .lf R75 Q.,- '11, ,Y . L. 1.1: ,w-5-AQ . 2 A 1 ,- A-IQV was .W T' fl if f : -4 3.31- ,r'?AZQ:. ' gg-it , f 41? 1- w 1 fffif .iff-Qs YT-Ek ' ,r new .1524 ,E ny. f- dv . Emi, ' 4 ,Fi-Q5 NN. .. is -A a,5r.'2' , 53, '1-.G H mi 35 -J N X , Jaof 'E' 'A MARY KATE RANDALL 'Sponsored By Freshman Class SHIRLEY MCGINNIS . ,H .1 . .-1:-if 3313? , , , -'.,a-L .ul-ff' ' Sponsored By Day Students 13, , ' s':.! 40, 4,- t X, ,JA 1, .nfl- Vlgg. . if 14 F' 'f .4 .1.-rg K H :fir 1 f,. x 3' Q -'-N. , X Fl'1 ' .Riff :Q .' Y' 7 ji., . 1 'ii F P , L. 2,1 gflfll -fifz ml-ff 4, , L 7455? 5 , , L n 'ff'-r"f5,:::i' q,,.,,. ,.- ",,.,--- - al: 3L:2.:, 55625 f '+ .Q- iff " if Yf':f'. +13 5,25 1-,.,- TT ,Fa f fs-,g,q.A -La. 3312. + 4 e 5 ' ,-mil 'W fm , -Liv? ia if-:ff .,--Q.. -J 5 V 1 ,MM V: 2' + 'Lf' 5 my . , ,. 5' w.. ,qv rw "UN"0" 'WN , .fx X Qfs-N---Q ,gl ARGENE MORGAN Sponsored By Commercxal Club PEGGY AN N RAY Sponsored By Volunteer A 'HJ 'J-fl' . gi-:-1 ,,,-..M, .f Q-fi. Nfl?--1' -V, .1 -r ,zf ,xv , W1-'..,,4' A.,.,- .- 1, - ' 4 ':l,.,., - ... vi -Z' "3 rf?-91 51-jxguss 'Q' giver-f ,:. ' " Q L qi 1, f:.- , .ef-W ,wig Y .L 5 ww .Nm v -- .Q -. wr ' IS ,E Y BETTY JEAN AUTRY Sponsored By The B.S.U. Executive Counci EMA NEELEY Sponsored By Ministerial Group ,W "" ' ,j-. ff - f if 'z z 7' g.,af-1111, G 6 ',:-.iz 11' se T5 i 2, 5 3 x i f'Pf??'T'? - ga If-M .Q ' K, ix ' V ' We-a if i i -X' X ri. , is -is .-3 R1 S.. vw. . W Qi 112139 ' ,, gg.,-rv R ga .-A-if-219, 'T' 1:1 wir'-"' -I., 'Hz - iw we YO-.-.--,Hr--,+r'f' ff,.'r A fd, '- , ' 'f5"4'CP"1"L'f:.- f- --fi' rx. -,Q 2- -1-1-'jzigngG,-liifgzgLV- f - fx' ag, .-,:'u.-gvgv .jf- .flh , , ., -gf? .' , 'K-rs, 12--r , - .5 K j JOAN PHILLIPS By The Gate Staff 1 v C8118 3 wm-I ALERT MINDS rom Awedf IQACQJ wAen Uirfuouri fAing.4 lorocee lie IQAICB i4 ohgnihec! Lg c!oer,:S oben! -1 , .Wi ,A . '-r ..,, 2 STUDENT COUNCIL Jimmy Little ,... .... . . . President Conrad Horton . . . . . . Vice-President Joann Smith .... ..... S ecretary ff? -'imp Q' First row: Jimmy Little, Conrad Horton, Joann Smith. Second Row: Joann Phillips, Minnie Lee, W. A. Truesdale, Bobby Wallace, Betty Jean Autry, Raymond Rogerson Third row: John McCoin, Fred Hay, Jerry Hagins, Bill Kiker, Joel Humphrey, Doyle Spry. Vx ,,.. Y! ,J . Li-NW,,,,,l.u QX E First row: Carol Baker, Carol Gunter, Barbara Smith, Bill Kiker. Second row: Peggy Ann Ray, Katie Lee Griflin, john Castor, jerry Weir, Margaret Chaney. TRIANGLE STAFF Carol Gunter, Barbara Smith, 12 Martha Linney, Faculty Advisor DEBATING TEAM Seated: Bill Kiker, john Castor. Standing: Nelson Walden, Roscoe 'I.ittle, Mrs. Sam Gaddy, Sponsor. Q at W is YR TTT "1'I Si ,lf ,E 5 COMMERCIAL CLUB First Row: Harriet Major, Advisory Bettie Weldon, Edith Twitty, Argene Morgan, Katie Lee Griffin, Shirley McGinnis, Ann Dosher, Robert Chandler, Rafael Borroto, jr., Mary Grace Ratliffe, Sybil Funderburk, Mrs. jack Horton, Advisor. Second row: Margaret Chaney, Shirley Thomas, Geraldine Thomas, Sallie Trull, Lynell Greene, Thomas Gregory, Sybil Gardner, Mary Louise Dennis, Elisa Nunez, Eusebio Sanchez: Third row: jerry Wier, Norris Edwards, Bonnie Edwards, Norman Bowles, Ann Griffin, Garlin Hicks, Etta Faye East, Any Diaz, Felipa Victoria Cardet. W ,..- QQ ,fizfdif 6 ' Q PHI THETA KAPPA Fzrxt row. Carol Gunter, Barbara Smith, Bobby james, Patti Morrison, jackie Guthrie. 4 5 Second row: Bobby Wallace, jimmy Cauble, Charles McGee, Bill Kiker, Ikie Presson. LELA WEBB, Lzbmrzan 159 . 'g , s,g'fi.,.4 Q ' 'Z' E ff 'Q f f' 8.38.43 1 7 1 1 , I A I ff . ,,,, W A ' 1 Vi f f' il ' ' f all LIBRARY woRKERs First row: Sally McDonald, Kathleen Harris, Lynell Greene, Geraldine Trull. Second row: Faye Shockley, Etta Faye East, Margaret Covington. 59 Third row: Norman Bowles, jack Faulkenberry. Cell? WITH THE ATHLETES or a , or af for one we gage f- !vf b U fun 'ff I, 4. -fm. I f v. H m mu ! 2 3 mm it .gg X , ! j wx 'zvfff ir. Only two years coaching experience in the Ir. College ranks and just look at his record-49 victories against only 19 losses! He has been the mastermind of two successive Region X seasonal championships. His teams have finished in the runners-up spot in the conference tournaments at Buies Creek the two years he's been at the controls. He also has the distinction of coaching the Wingate Bull- dogs to victories over highly regarded Lees McRae Ir. College for the Region X championship in both 1953 and '54, Two members of his squad were on the 1954 All State Team. As a side attraction he helps coach the "Bullpups," Wingate's jr. Varsity, teaches two Health classes, two Physical Ed. classes, and then goes out to hunt for more basketball talent. The man who is so often in the Wingate spot- light is Coach Reid Lowder. Coach Lowder came to Wingate in the fall of 1952 under the most adverse conditions. All he had to do was to "fill" the shoes left by Coach Denny Miller. Miller's teams were always the best, and Wingate rooters had little hopes of another man having such successful teams. Coach Lowder got his college start at Wingate. He went on to Appalachian State Teacher's College to receive further instructions. Upon turning out highly successful teams at Ionesville High School, he came to Wingate. This proved to be a big decision in Wingate College's athletic standing. Coach Lowder has done a great job in handling Wingate's boys. His teams are always highly respected and have thus far won more than their share of games. This may be attributed to the hghting spirit and the good sportsmanship his teams have always displayed. Certainly Coach Lowder has filled the big shoes of Danny Miller. The records speak for him. We of the annual stay? say, "Congratulations, for a job well done." s-4 w , 4 - few,-sw , Ei' .9 g f 35: :IL E 0 A ,.,.. y t IT., A ll i 1 fy! '- 1 f f 5 -1 , 5 i . 1 1' f sl 2- vt' 1 5' 22 if Qin' 5, V , COACH REID LOWDER a. . ,J If X .. ,eye as e L .A First row: jack Parker, Richard Rogers, Rodney Edwards, Dink Coggins, Charles Williams, jimmy Clark. Second row: Coach Lowder, Richard Lowder, joe Wagner, Conrad Horton, jerry Robinson, William Foster, jerry Hagins, jim Cook, Doyle Spry, Manager. First row: Richard Rogers, David Keener, Jack Parker, Charles Williams, Doyle Spry. Second row: Coach Lowder, john Gatherings, jerry Hagins, Willie Carter, jimmy Clark, Rodney Edwards, Lafond Eddins. ,' ,1y' I B 1 b T5 A fw 1 W l ffw 5 E s.,,f . B A L L R ,S CLARK I .. I , K , A ,W VJ mesms COOK NBS EDWARDS FOSTER HAGINS 6 HORTON f? . T34 X YN HYATT LOWDER i PARKER if X X ROGERS WAGN ER WILLIAMS ig Meng, -+L '--urs HAY, -- -'.. .A,, -V unc'-L ' J . f ' 51,4 . :auf i' -we .11....:v..X-Q W- ,, Wfwvhidmgl . Afgfigfgf ..,. H QQ' . 1 R. R . . Q ' -- 1, :,3,r','Tf13S'1?vggg,f 5 ., . 5 . 'ff 5 W . .,4ff:Q,f,g+ CLARK A K cAli1"EliW'iM EDWARDS x J 3' Y , r wil Y :r 5 'if 5 s r ,Y 41 .L .Q 'N .. , U W 1f3m0:QQtfi,Qyl Ml N' , ' aswh, ' 1 wg-l1zf,.,f K ggWkw:,Ef ' 3? W H54 - vw HAGINS KEENER Qi : Mar.,- 131 Jizf GATHINGS 1..- . X . N, . , - . ,, 1 35 . . Q XY f f-. 4' 1 A wx , ,, , .. V 1+ A LMS- 1' A 1.:,., .- ,-.. . ..,,. A f., . 1 , if . A 1375? Wifi ::,, - 'VA' IAS: -1,-fm' , Q - ff',.'5Q'f-j - f" ' 2 M M ,.V, , , L 2111:-3'33I'31.4f -'fb-5-'QJQ 429' F 1-if ,M-df' r -f-,eff 4+ r 4 -QKM-I -1-awww GFX", Av 4,4 j if -v ll Cs 'If 1, W 5 '1 11 ,. W ,, 1 agm' 431-.r ff 4 ,mf ggi 3 -5,554 A icwy .Q , in 4 7,1935 ,Aff H I 35,1 A Ziwff ' saw Q' ff f A ' .1 - fm in f ' A 755111 1.1 HZ ' u ,, q lf-f'fg2,wg.v,' V' - '1'f'lgE":4 ,- flwrl. 1 . .: Q,,fw+ , ,. -1. .,-:M .1 '. 0-, J .. '-.f.-5- v xf f, , ROGERS S' ""' S mai-Zia 1 " ' 3 I' 6 ,M pf 1 9 ' srnv 1 H 5 All Y-4' 1 h' SEDBERRY UNDERWOOD y J R Q . 'V K we sg!-i Sf K - ,- f 1 Y?-X I . X , i ' B ' E if AZ. ,..., lilwllgflffg! XR A61 C ki 7 V A - -.. R C 5 ws ' i W 'if14gz?'1 l , wi I i M' fs' T Y U , XXX-3451 X 'rr vi -:pi 'builds . XRS AW 4 L , will Fa 1 1 mths First row: Don Barnhardt, Lafond Eddins, Doyle Spry. Second Row: Coach Lowder, joal Cassidy, Wesley Propst, Melton Little, Sherrill Morris. First Row: jimmy Clark, Rodney Edwards, "Goob" Williams, Doyle Spry, john Garhins, Willie Carter. Second row: jerry H agins, "Satch" Sedberry, Conrad Horton, "Dink" Coggins. ,. 'S R Q. x l' S Q g -' - -'35 mmnlmmu 1335-sg ,, X. , : - i, Q asm: X1 fi f E E' W All athletic life on the Wingate campus pertaining to the girls is led by a young woman -who has had a great deal of success in this field. She has worked tirelessly to give the girls something extra to do when they are not surrounded by books or boys. She has produced an outstanding varsity basketball team in her short two years at Wingate. She also has an outstanding intramural program going that the girls look forward to each day. She is always trying to do something to im prove life on the Wingate campus. Not that the already mentioned work is enough for one person, this ambitious young lady teaches biology, health, physical education, and two rhythm classes. Enough? The May Day Program is one of her main responsibilities. Of course everyone knows now that this tireless one could only be Miss Virginia Bean. She has certainly been a welcome members of the Wingate faculty since coming here from Montreat College. Miss Bean is working on her Master's Degree at Applachian State Teachers College. She has done an excellent job for Wingate and especially the students. The appfgciation for her work cannot be expressed in tangible ways. . e, of the Annual Staff, wish to congratulate Miss Bean for a yob done in the finest fashion. VIRGINIA BEAN, Coach Left to right: Geraldine Trull, Sara Pope, Sybil Funderburk, Barbara Smith, Doris Lewis, Charlotte Hall, Libby DeBrule, Minnie Lee, Carol Baker, Gracie Ratliffe, Myra Short. Shirley Thomas, Marolyn Funk, Frances Burris, Sally Trull. Coach: Virginia Bean, Assistant Coach: Ware Crowell. VWFAI5 ffff 1 ff! .Jr ., 1 BAKER FUNDERBURK BURRIS DeBRULE FUNK HM-L LEE LEWIS POPE RATLIF -ur- , SMITH THOMAS TRU'-L G. S. TRU LL C D A T H L E T I B O A R First row: Barbara Smith, Doris Lewis. Second row: Juanita Deason, Joann Phillips, Shirley Thomas, Elisa Nunez, Sybil Funderburk, jackie Guthrie. Third row: Virginia Bean, Coach, Ferry Lane Austin, Mary Floyd, Charlotte Hall, Libby Defirule, Carol Baker, Betty jean Autry. First row: Pattie Morrison fChiefJ , joann Phillips,Carol Baker, Margaret Chaney. Second row: Freddie Tathum, Libby DeBrule, Mary Grace Ratliffe, Myron Snotherly. CAROL GUNTER W'hat is your substance, whereof are you made, That millions of strange shadows on you tend? Since every one hath, every one, one shade, And you. but one, can every shadow lend. Describe Adonis, and the counterfeit ls poorly imitated after you,- On Helen's cheek all art of beauty set, And you in Grecian tires are painted new: Speak of the spring and foison of the year, The one doth shadow of your beauty show, The other as your bounty doth appear: And you in every blessed shape we lenow. In all external grace you have some part, But you like none, none you, for constant heart. BILL KIKER Not marble, nor the gilded monuments Of princes, shall outlive this powerful rhyme: But you shall shine more bright in these-contents Than unswept stone, besmear'd with sluttish time. W'hen wasteful war shall statues overturn, And broils root out the work of masonry. Nor Mars his sword nor war's quick fire shall burn The living record of your memory. 'Gainst death and all-oblivious enmity Shall pace forth: your praise shall still End room Even in the eyes of all posterity That wear this 'world out to the ending doom. So, till the judgment that yourself arise, You live in this, and dwell in lovers'eyes. if? ,If Alf 3 ts., vwitfmn JACME GUTHRIE Unho is Silvia? what is she, That all our strains commend her? Holy, fair, and wise is she: The hearen such graces did lend her, That she might admired be. ls she kind as she is fair? For beauty lives with kindness: Lore doth to her eyes repair To help him of his blindness, And, being helped, inhabits there. Then to Silvia let us sing, That Silvia is excelling: She excels each mortal thing Upon the dull earth du'elling.' To her let us garlands bring. CJ! V -,l4 rg LA---dki XF JIMMY LITTLE W'hen I consider everything that grows Holds in perfection but a little moment. That this huge stage presenteth nought but shows llvhereon the stars in secret influence comment, Uvhen I perceive that men as plants increase, Cheered and check'd even by the self-same sky, Vaunt in their youthful sap, at height decrease, And wear their brave state out of memoryg Then the conceit of this inconstant stay Sets you most rich in youth before my sight, Wlhere wasteful Time debateth with Decay, To change your day of youth to sullied night: Ana' all in war with Time for love of y ou, As he takes from you, I engraft you new. We present the outstanding sopho- mores, the leaders, the best actors and ac- tress. Selected by the sophomore class and the faculty. BARBARA SMITH Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds to shake the darling buds of May, And sumnzer's lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm'd,' Ana' every fair from fair sometime declines, By chance or nature's changing course untrimm'd,' But thy eternal summer shall not fade, Nor lose possession of that fair thou owestg Nor shall Death brag thou wancler'st in his shade, When in eternal lines to time thou' groe'st: So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. PATTI MORRISON So is it not with me as with that Muse .S'tirr'cl by a painted beauty to his verse, W'ho heaven itself for ornament doth use And ecery fair with his fair doth rehearse, Making a couplement of proud compare, W'ith sun and moon, with earth and sea's rich gems Wfith April's hrst-born flowers. and all things rare That heaven's air in this huge rondure hems. O, let me, true in love, but truly write, And then believe me, my love is as fair As any mother's child, though not so bright As those golcl candles fix'd in heaven's air: Let them say more that like of hearsay well: I will not praise that purpose not to sell. -5 n emoriam orrid C-ran gn gclwar 5 1935 1954 Nineteen years is a .short lifetime. Yet who can say how far the influence of these years will reach? "I am going to live each day," Norris said once, "as though it were my last on earth." And as we look back over the fall and summer, we realize he did just that. W'e do not know what grading system is used beyond these limits of time and space. or what quality points are given for courage and unselfishness and nobility of rharacter. Bat we do know-Norris Edwards has made another Honor Roll. His life was gentle, and the elements So mix'd in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world, "This was a man."' orrid C-ranLAn gzcfwarcb 1 gig- t L ' ROBERT ISNER, Faculty Advisor JIMMY CAUBI-E, Edif01'-in-Chief To-Morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time, And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. .gf id a fad fofcl hy an icbof .k- G h - , M - L , L ll G First row: jim Beck, Roscoe Little. ac le ut me al-Cla amz yne teen Second row: Dot Lewis, Doyle Spry, Katie Lee Griffin. 1-1-11- r-,,,,..... 1 GARLIN HICKS, Business Manager Out, out. brief candle! Ltfe's but a walking shadow, a poor player FDALF MEEKS' llatultl Adumr That struts and frets his hour uj:e:.: the stage Ana' then is heard no more. M .f it iq. i--'iilltug Jill- .i l i iv '-iiig There were months of rehearsals with various performers playing happy, sad, angry, and disappointed roles. Weeks were spent in work... lets take a picture, right scene, right clothing, right position, right facial expression, and I am so sorry you had your eyes closed! Sleepless nights occured for the staff after we lost pictures. :ioun anal fury . . .Signi ying Wofhing Because of the faithfulness, understanding, and hard work of our advisors, Miss Ledale Meeks and Mr. Robert Isner,- we invite you to come back stage and see, "Beyond the Gate." in the making. Y ,.... W :A , 5-bl Y K V..- """"'- W -N. Wm .. ,. V 1 """"""uN-uw... :Nf z---- .-.,....,,,,,, " ' LW sv L' f First row: Marcia Lantz, Doris Lewis. Second row: joann Phillips, Lynell Greene Seated: Ware Crowell, Juanita Deason. Juanita Deagon, Ware Crowell, Standing: Joann Phillips, Bettie Weldon. Third row: Doyle Sprll' Jackie Guthrie' James 75 Beck, Bettie Weldon. UI lil 1 . 1 2. --..,., I I - W I I ll 'I 10-4 ' And ,we know that all things work together for good to them that lov ,df Q WJ! film . Q If Q , I '-'- 1 - I II 4, Q nu - f - ll II " ll v' , :ll 4 --- ' 4 ' ....,. ,... V -an-f il 1! Sod, To them who are f he called according to His purpose. cfm 'IXUJ :zz ss: W l m :zz an zz: 113 n 1 Romans 8: 28 Comlpfzmenif of 0 9 Shop amd Buy with Conjikfeme all Every E F l R D S T LO R E Charlotte, N. C. Danville, Va. Wilmington, N. C. Marion, S. C. Raleigh, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Durham, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. Laurinburg, N. C. Kannapolis, N. C. High Point, N. C. Sanford, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Lumberton, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. Concord, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. Lexington, N. C. Burlington, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Columbia, S. C. 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Box 158 Phone Ruby SF-4 Ruby, South Carolina Lenior Rhyne College Hickory, North Carolina A co-educational Senior College Fully Accredited 'F Liberal Arts if Science 'l' Music 'F Teacher Training 'l' Commerce Extra-curricular activities include Band, Orchestra, Choir, Radio, Dramatics, Forensics and Athletics Emphasis on Christian Character and Scholarship Summer Session Begins june 6 Fall Session Begins September 5 "We congratulate Wingate Junior College for their fine C hrittian work with the youth of our land." Monroe Wholesale Grocery Co. ff 'I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4- I' ,I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I L, - - A A:::::::::' v - I, A AAA V-::::::' ' 1 I, -,,,::-:--f Ii I - :EQ I I, :I I, ,I 1' I I I: h lone N- C- I N. C. 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