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NORTH CAROLINA STATE COLLEGE 



gromeck 1959 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

1958-59 H 

Schools 48 

Crads & Seniors 92 

Organizations 1 76 

Fraternities 228 

Military 278 

Underclassmen 322 

Advertising 374 



Published by the students of North Carolina State College 



Ralph Boswell 
Editor-in-chief 



Bill Gardner 
Business Manager 




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Brooks Hall where the de- 
signers of our modern tomor- 
row are at work. 




CAMPUS VIEWS 



Our campus, there are many types here, from the seniors about 
to go out and make a new life for themselves, to the 

freshmen who are on their own for the first time, 
whoever we are, for whatever reason we are here, we 
are all proud of N. C. State. 



[5] 





The Alumni Building 



Holladoy Hall which houses the 
administration. 



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STUDENTS 5UPPLV STORE 







The Tower, a symbol of leadership and qual- 
ity throughout North Carolina for those who 
have come from N. C. State have served her 
well. 



Down this walk will go many of the future 
leaders of our country, all for a purpose, 
some to see the administration, some to 
A.F.R.O.T.C. classes and some to Marriage 
and Family Living classes. 





The Student Supply Store and the Cafeteria 



The College Union, the center of 
all student activity, where we 
spend many hours of relaxation 
dancing, shooting pool and talking 
to our fellow students. 




D. H. Hill library, maybe not the most popular building on campus but in future years we will find our hours there were well spent. 




[9] 



Luth 



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iges 

GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA 



ADMINISTRATION 



[10] 




William C. 
Friday 




Cary H. 
Bostian 



PRESIDENT OF THE 

CONSOLIDATED 

UNIVERSITY 



CHANCELLOR OF 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

COLLEGE 



[11] 






Lyle B. Rogers 
Director of Counseling 



John W. Shirley 
Deon of the Faculty 



K. D. Raab 

Director of Admissions and Registration 



J. G. Vann 
Business Manager 






N. B. Wans 

Director of Student Housing 



James J. Stewart 

Dean of Student Affairs 





L L. Ray 

Foundations and Public Relations 




Banks C. Talley 

Director of Student Activities 



Henry Bowers 

Assistant Director of Student Activities 



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The orientation committee planned the work well trying 

to show the freshmen that there is a lot more to college than just going to class. 





The small groups gave the freshmen someone to talk to, 
someone who could help them get a good start. 



Our first example of changing 
from a name to a number. 




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The girls down from W.C. topped off a 
fine first week. 




Confusion resulted at times, 
it was all new to most of us. 



FALL-FRESHMAN 
ORIENTATION 




[17] 




REGISTRATION 



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Some people will 
try anything to 
beat the long lines. 





What happened to the 
military this year? 



Everyone looks happy and doesn't seem to mind the 
long line, wonder what class that is? 




We got tired of waiting 
but no matter how much we 
looked nothing seemed to 
speed up. 




[18] 



Remember the drizzle that 
day, but no whistle 
sounded letting us go. 





This was the picture of coach Earl Edwards as the students came to pay 
him tribute late one night. Earl Edwards is a winner in our books and there 
isn't another like him. 



FOOTBALL 







RESULTS 






Won 2 


Lost 7 Tied 1 




State 


21 


North Carolina 


14 


State 


6 


Maryland 


21 


State 


26 


Virginia 


14 


State 


7 


Wake Forest 


13 


State 


6 


William and Mary 


13 


State 


13 


Duke 


20 


State 


14 


Virginia Tech 


14 


State 


14 


Mississippi Southern 


26 


State 


7 


South Carolina 


12 



Conference Games 



We started off this year's season like a fired can- 
non ball by beating Carolina 21 to 14. At the end 
of the third quarter we led by 21 points, 14 of 
which were credited to Ken Trowbridge. Ken did 
a wonderful job of filling Dick Christy's shoes and 
the State fans loved it. But from here on out State 
had a rough time breaking into the winning column. 
We lost seven games this year but five of them were 
by only one touchdown. Unfortunately we made 
one or two mistakes in each game and it hurt. 
Handicaps were many during the year as we lost 
12 of the 33 boys that we started with. Of the 
players who made the final game at South Caro- 
lina, 18 were sophomores. But next year these 
sophomores will have had game experience, so to 
our opponents we say — look out for State, we're 
going to have a winning season. 



It may be 3 against 1 but it threw Carolina for a 7 yard loss. 






This play with Ron Podwika being set loose is typical of how the team was rolling over Carolina on 

that sunny fall day in Kenan Stadium. 



ROSTER 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hometown 


No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hometown 


12 


Jim Oaks 


QB 


Aliquippa, Pa. 


62 


Joe Bushofsky 


C 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


14 


Ron Wojcicki 


QB 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


63 


Frank Marocco 


G 


Aliquippa, Pa. 


15 


Cerald Mancini 


QB 


McKees Rocks, Pa. 


64 


Bill McClain 


C 


Monaca, Pa. 


16 


Mike Delnegro 


QB 


Alexandria, Va. 


65 


Bob McKeithan 


G 


Clarkton, N. C. 


17 


Frank Cackovic 


QB 


Steelton, Pa. 


66 


Lewis Jones 


G 


Bloomington, III. 


18 


Ernie Driscoll 


QB 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


67 


Jim Sherron 


G 


Fuquay, N. C. 


20 


Bernie Latusick 


LH 


McKees Rocks, Pa. 


68 


Joe Rodri 


C 


Downingtown, Pa. 


21 


Pete Seese 


LH 


Windber, Pa. 


69 


Graham Singleton 


G 


Washington, N. C. 


22 


Whitey Bell 


LH 


Warsaw, Ind. 


70 


Jim Bodziak 


T 


Neville Island, Pa. 


23 


John Morris 


LH 


Galax, Va. 


71 


Ron Parks 


T 


Greensboro, N. C. 


24 


Ken Trowbridge 


LH 


Plymouth, N. C. 


72 


Tommy Avent 


T 


Faison, N. C. 


25 


Claude Gibson 


LH 


Asheville, N. C. 


73 


Alex Gilleskie 


T 


Heidelburg, Pa. 


30 


Ken Nye 


FB 


Elizabethtown, N. C. 


74 


Kelly Minyard 


T 


Reidsville. N. C 


32 


Arnold Nelson 


FB 


Charleroi, Pa. 


75 


Larry Dixon 


T 


Washington, N. C. 


33 


Sam Raneri 


FB 


Greensburg, Pa. 


76 


Jack Harriger 


T 


DuBois, Pa. 


36 


Don Hafer 


FB 


Port Clinton, Pa. 


77 


John Lawrence 


T 


Heidelburg, Pa. 


40 


Jim D Antonio 


RH 


Aliquippa, Pa. 


78 


Dick Reynolds 


T 


College Park, Md. 


41 


Randy Harrell 


RH 


Raleigh, N. C. 


79 


Danny Nye 


T 


Elizabethtown, N. C. 


42 


Ron Podwika 


RH 


Charleroi, Pa. 


80 


George Vollmar 


E 


Trenton, N. J. 


43 


Bob Wolfer 


RH 


Pekin, III. 


81 


Jim Crain 


E 


Salinas, Cal. 


44 


Bill Garwood 


RH 


Cooleemee, N. C. 


82 


Bill Harden 


E 


Plymouth, N. C. 


45 


John Stanton 


RH 


Carnegie, Pa. 


83 


John Gill 


E 


Clearfield, Pa. 


50 


Bill Hill 


C 


Kinsfon, N. C. 


84 


Johnny Johnson 


E 


Raleigh, N. C. 


51 


Jim Fitzgerald 


C 


McKeesport, Pa. 


85 


Bob Pepe 


E 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


52 


Jim Markham 


C 


Durham, N. C. 


86 


Larry Gell 


E 


Greensboro, N. C. 


55 


Ronald Savage 


C 


Chincoteague, Va. 


87 


Jim Tapp 


E 


Roxboro, N. C. 


60 


Collice Noore 


G 


Littleton, N. C. 


88 


Dick Drexler 


E 


Reading, Pa. 


61 


Bill Rearick 


G 


DuBois, Pa. 


89 


Finley Read 


E 


Warrenton, N. C. 


De 


lotes Lettermen 















Students from State took great pleasure in tearing down the goal post after beating Carolina 21 to 14. 











Frank Marocco made the key 

block to set State's )im 

D'Antonio off for a 12 yard 

gain against Maryland. 





State's bench strength was called upon more than usual this year and the boys did a good job. Even 
though we had a losing season we gained over 100 yards more than our opponents on the ground. 



Bernie Latusick who averaged 30 yards per kickoff return made a diving catch of this 
pass to give us possession on the 15. 







This play produced another touchdown for State bringing the score up to 21 to against Carolina. 
It was Ron Podwika who took it over from the one yard line and giving State a victory 21 to 14. 



V.P.I, couldn't stop Podwika on this play as he tore in for 13 yards. 
Final score— State 14, V.P.I. 14. 




If one did not look at the final score he would think that 
State had a victorious season. Against many of our ten op- 
ponents we out ran, out passed, out kicked and in general 
out played them. We only lost by 40 points in the scoring 
battle, 160 to 120. We actually won the ground gaining 
race, compiling 1,746 yards against the opponents 1,634 
yards. In kickoff returns we averaged 19.1 yards which 
was 5 yards over what our opponents averaged. We also 
led in punting, rushing per carry, and had less penalties 
and yards loss. 

What hurt the most was our passing: we completed only 
40 per cent of our passes for 692 yards while the foes hit 54 
per cent for 1,058 yards. However, we threw seven touch- 
down passes while being scored on only six times in this 
manner. Yes — by the statistics North Carolina State should 
have had a winning season, but the scoreboard was just a 
little off balance. We had the men, we had the team, but the 
breaks just weren't with us. 



[23] 




Ken Trowbridge breaks loose for a 20 yard touchdown which was his second against Carolina. After this 
additional 14 points the State fans were too hoarse to yell but the white handkerchiefs took the place 

of our voices. 




Rondy Harrell, the 185 lb. sophomore from Raleigh, breaks away around 
right end to add up yardage against Maryland. Keep an eye on this 
boy for the next two years. 




Claude Cibson is one of our promising sophomores. 





Everyone in the conference respected State's defense. Here the Wolfpack smothers a Wake 
Forest halfback led by Larry Cill making the tackle. 




On this play he was able to pick up 16 yds. 




Due to the loss of 12 of our storting 33 players many 
sophomores were able to obtain invaluable experience on 
the field this year. In the backfield Randy Harrell did 
some fine stepping for a sophomore averaging 3.3 yards 
per carry. Claude Gibson is also another sophomore who 
may be a threat in the conference next year. Not only 
is he a good runner but he caught 5 passes this year for 
an average of 30.2 yards gained per catch. Jim D'Antonio 
will also see action next year if he keeps up his pace. Jim 
averaged 4.1 yards per carry this year even though he 
saw limited action. As for weight in the line, we can't 
complain. Sophomore Dick Reynolds will probably be 
used to block up the hole at tackle with his 262 lbs. Dick 
isn't too fast but he sure can stop off-tackle plays. 

So for the next couple of years State should remain a 
real threat to any team it plays. Coach Earl Edwards 
has done a wonderful job in adding North Carolina State 
to the Football Kingdom here in the South. 



Our UNC friend seems happy but 
the score was 1 4-0 at this 
point. Oh well, maybe he 
was drunk! 



The Veteran's 

Association 

Float 




The weather wasn't the greatest 
that day, but this group looked as 
though they were enjoying the 
parade. 



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Believe it or not, 

she's from State College. 



A prize winning float 
from Sigma Pi. 



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Another prize winner. 



The State College band 
performs at half-time. 



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The girls were mighty pretty, 
toe bad the float didn't win. 



SOCCER 




State was certainly playing "heads up" ball against 
Pf ieffer as they shut them out 3 to 0. 



NCS 
NCS 
NCS 
NCS 
NCS 
NCS 
NCS 
NCS 



RESULTS 

Maryland 3 

Lynchburg 3 

4 Virginia 3 

2 Davidson 1 

2 Duke 1 

3 Pfieffer 
UNC 2 
3 Roanoke 




Front row (L. to R.): D. Finklestain, R. Colombo, V. Edwards, D. Dee, Y. Kermen, C. Gutierrez. Middle 
row (L. to R.) : B. Brodsky, B. Richmond, K. Alber, (capt.) F. Trotman, J. Huchins, J. McNatt, |. Scott. 
Back row (L. to R.): J. Jacobs. C. Hampton, |. Eaton, P. Bazanos. P. Williams. T. Lind. Coach Bill 
Leonhardt. 




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Tom Hayworth rounds a turn 
on the cross country course. 
Tom ran for four years 
both on the cross country and 
track teams. 



CROSS 
COUNTRY 







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"Froggy" Barbour, one of State's outstanding cross country runners, manages to stay 
ahead of Carol na on an uphill drive in the State Meet. 



State 36 Wake Forest 58 Duke 29 

State 22 Virginia 34 

State 26 U. N. C. 29 

RESULTS State 32 U. S. C. 52 Clemson 33 

State 78 Air Force Acad. 22 Maryland _. 33 

State Meet nine schools entered 

A.C.C. Meet 




Front row I L. to Rj: Dean Reber, Froggy Barbour fco-ecpt.), Fred Wi!:cn, ]ohn Davis, Tom Hayworth 

ico-capt.l. 

Back row IL. to Rj: Coach Paul Derr, Layton Everitt, Bill Strange, Neil Harbinson, Chet Chaukly, and 

Neil Reeling. 



[29] 



WINTER 




A small part of Riddick Stadium 



The Field House 




Some people just don't know 
when to stay inside. 



Doak Field, somebody has 
been playing. 




It looks cold and 
dreary out there. 



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1911 Building, home of the 
Technician and Agromeck. 




[30] 




Tommy Dorsey's band. 




Everybody looks gay but one man. 




Who's the dreamy eyed 
girl in the middle? 



IDC BALL 




Bet they wouldn't look so happy if they remembered Monday classes. 



[31] 




BASKETBALL 







RESULTS 




NCS 


70 


Penn State 


54 


NCS 


55 


Maryland 


53 


NCS 


56 


'Wake Forest (2 OT) 


52 


NCS 


56 


Clemson 


54 


NCS 


. 82 


LaSalle 


66 


NCS 


67 


Kansas State 


69 


NCS 


66 


Kansas 
DIXIE CLASSIC 


63 


NCS 


67 


Louisville (OT) 


61 


NCS 


69 


Cincinnati 


60 


NCS 


70 


Michigan State 


61 


NCS 


73 


Virginia 


68 


NCS 


67 


"Duke 


60 


NCS 


68 


North Carolina (OTl 


72 


NCS 


64 


! Wake Forest 


59 


NCS 


63 


"South Carolina 


53 


NCS 


69 


'Clemson 


54 


NCS 


87 


'Virginia 


70 


NCS 


72 


"South Carolina 


65 



Everett Case, the best coach in the ACC. A real master at developing 
talent, he brought State much further than most people expected. 



REMAINING SCHEDULE 

*Duke here 

Maryland here 
North Carolina Chapel Hill 

Villanova here 

Eastern Kentucky here 

ACC Tournament here 

''Denotes Atlantic Coast Conference 



As this book goes to press State has lost only to the 
University of North Carolina and Kansas State, the 
number 2 and 3 teams in the country. They have beaten 
Cincinnati and Michigan State on their way to com- 
piling an 18-2 record. There were several times when 
it looked like they might go down to defeat again but 
their experience, drive and speed could not be overcome; 
they never quit. State's fast break was as deadly as any in 
the country and they could rebound with anyone. At one 
point State was rated No. 1 in the nation — we still think 
the Wolfpack is the best. All in all it was a terrific sea- 
son and the team can be proud of their work. They will 
take their place among the all time State College Greats. 



Case gives important instructions during 

a time out — some of it going to the referee 

as well as the players. 






)ohn Richter gets another two points despite pressure from 
three players. John did a great job in tight situations like this 
all year. 



Mark Reiner sinks one against Wake Forest. He was missed 
a great deal after leaving school. 







R O S 


T E 


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No. 






No. 








Home-Away Name 


Pos. Ht. 


Hometown 


Home-Away Name 


Pos. Ht. 


Hometown 


30-31 Harold Atkins 


F 6-5 


Kernersville, N. C. 


54-55 


Bob DiStefano 


C 6-6 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


42-43 Don Gallagher 


F 6-4 


Binghamton, N. Y. 


24-25 


|ohn Richter 


C 6-8 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


32-33 Bruce Hoadley 


F 6-6 


Raleigh, N. C. 


34-35 


Dan Englehardt 


C 6-0 


Seymour, Ind. 


22-23 Bob MacCillivray 


F 6-4 


Dorchester, Mass. 


10-11 


Bob McCann 


C 6-0 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


44-45 Stan Niewierowski 


F 6-4 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


20-21 


Lou Pucillo 


C 5-9 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


52-53 George Stepanovich 


F 6-4 


E. Chicago, Ind. 


12-13 


Mark Reiner 


C 5-11 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Denotes Lettermen 















Bob MacGillivray making a routine shot for a change. 







Some people called Dan Englehardt under-rated. We thought 
he was darn good, always hustling as evidenced by this 
layup on the end of a fast break. 





Mac" had a little trouble here after 
3 nice feed by Captain Lou Pucillo. 





Dan Gallagher gets a three point play. 
Dan was bothered by a leg injury this 
year but was always hustling. 



Stan Niewierowski is an example of the 
hustle and determination of State. 




[34] 




Mark Reiner pops one from outside. 



What is everybody looking up for — John 
will never miss that one. 





Bob shows the drive that made him one 
of State's best all around players. 



Watch out! There goes George and John after that ball. 
The ACC's top rebounders didn't let many get away. 




[35] 





The freshmen coached by Le 
They have a lot to look forwai 
off NCAA probation. 



Mark drives against Wake Forest. You can bet 
if he missed George got the rebound. 



Bob looks much more "at home" and relaxed on this shot. 



John gets two against U.N.C. 






rrill had another outstanding year. 
in the future when State is 





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Captain Lou Pucillo demonstrates one 
of the finest pair of hands in the 
country. 



Led by Captain Lou Pucillo, State had a great year. 
John Richter led the team in scoring and at this time is 
heading the ACC. He and George Stepanovich led every- 
body in rebounding. George wasn't the biggest man on 
the court, but nobody tried any harder than he did. Bob 
MacGillivray could always be counted on to do a steady 
job. Dan Englehardt was the hustler, always tough on de- 
fense and chipping in baskets at crucial times. Hoadley, 
DiStefano, Gallagher, Nierwierowski, and McCann did a 
major part in carrying State to their fine season. 



DUN, 




Last minute cramming in 
hopes of pulling the grade up 
on the final. It's never too 
late to try. 



EXAMS 





Looking in on some more 
students studying. 




It has been a long hard grind, 
they deserve the recognition 
Ihey are getting now. 




Let's look in over their shoulder and see some 

of the men who have helped us through the years. 



GRADUATION 



The final goal of our college career is 
realized, marching down the aisle at graduation. 





Dave Boyhill seems to be trying his best to turn Frank Purdy over as they work out in the final dayi 

before meeting Virginia. 

RESULTS 

NCS 19 Davidson 8 

NCS 8 North Carolina 19 

Wi-s >- s* -■- ■ ■ W ■ ^ NCS 22 Duke - 6 

K F S Mfn NCS ° Mar * land 36 

l\ L J I !_ I I ^ VJ NCS 25 Wake Forest 9 

NCS 18 Virginia 18 

NCS 23 Pfieffer 15 

William & Mary to be ployed. 




Doug Mathews starts a sit out to get from under Parks Field. This work out 
paid off for we tied Virginia on the following Saturday which in effect was 
a victory. 





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Front row (L. to R.): Adams, Elam, Kahl, Bittinger. Back row (L. to R.): Kolodny, Taborn, Michaels, 

Ernull, Coach Bill Sonner, and Fadgen. 






RESULTS 




NCS 


47 


Clemson 


_ 33 


NCS 


26 


Duke 


55 


NCS 


44 


S. Carolina 


... 41 


NCS 


26 


Maryland 


57 


NCS 


21 


Pitt. ___. 


62 


NCS 


19 


Virginia 


66 


NCS 


46 


Wake Forest 


41 



Bob Adams has put in a good performance throughout 
this year in the 220 and 440 sprints. 



Kahl and Elam take a practice start from the 

blocks. As I remember they both came up 

with pink bellies. 




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Bob Ernull has been adding points for the 
State frogmen in the breast-stroke. 



SPRING 




I. F. C 



The winter goes and spring comes, with it comes the spring concert. 
It was a rousing day for the Creeks, for some it was too rousing. 



Banks and Henry seem to be enjoying the concert too or is it that funny 
little fellow in the straw hat that they are laughing at. 





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The Creeks came out in mass 
on a fine sunny afternoon. 




CONCERT 












Music was supplied by the 
Kay Winding band. 



Now there's a casual group, was the 
sun really that bright that day? 



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In basketball the Hot Rods ran away with the Open League. 



This picture taken at awards night shows the vast number of trophies and awards that the 
Intramural department gives out each year. 



This year's Intramural program started with a bang. 
Football was won by Bagwell No. 1 and the "Kappa Sig's." 
Vetville and the "Sig Ep's" won volleyball while the "K.A.'s" 
took golf. The track meet was the most successful that we 
have ever had. A record number of 283 participants made 
the track field look like Madison Square Garden. Turling- 
ton dormitory took first place along with the "Kappa Sig's" 
in the fraternity division. So far this year the "Sig Ep's" are 
way ahead with 613 points in the frat division with the 
"Kappa Sig's" in second with 462. In the dorm league Bag- 
well No. 1 is ahead with 403 points with Turlington in sec- 
ond with 369. Last year Becton No. 1 won as did the 
"Sigma Chi's." 

The Intramural program here at State is one of the finest 
in the country with over 29°o of the students participating. 
Director Art fioch has done a wonderful job in organizing 
the teoms and encouraging participation. Last year a total 
of 92.5 per cent of all the members of fraternities partici- 
pated in some phase of the fraternity intramural program. 
Intramurals mean a great deal to us here at State for it 
is the only place that we can play at an organized sport 
outside of varsity teams. 



The "S.A.E.'s" came out on top in the 

fraternity handball tournament last year. 

This year they have the same team back. 



Softball champs — Sigma Nu. 





TRACK 



Last year we witnessed one of the greatest AAU 
Championship meets ever to take place here at State. 
Elis Gilbert from Winston-Salem's Teacher's College 
set a new world's record in the 220 yard low hurdles at 
22.1 seconds. Warren Rains (NCS) tied for first place 
in the pcle vault and Joe Creazzo placed third in the 
mile. George Vollmer (NCS I was also able to place 
fourth in the shot put. About the strangest event in the 
meet was the mile relay. Our team broke the school 
record but still wasn't able to place. 

This year Layton Everitt should score in both the mile 
and 2 mile events. Froggy Barbour and Fred Wilson will 
round out our distance men while Jack Walters and Bruce 
Teasly should hold down the sprints. In the middle dis- 
tances keep your eyes on Chaulky along with Dick Mat- 
thews in the 'A mile. 




Dick Matthews and Joe Creazzo were two of our top 
runners last year. Dick will be back again this 
year running the '4 mile and mile relay. 







RESULTS 






NCS 


30 


Davidson 


32>/ 2 


Clemson 


991/2 


NCS 


251/2 


UNC 


70 


Virginia 


661/2 


NCS 


44 


UNC 


99 


W. Forest 


13 


NCS 


36'/ 2 
96 


Duke 


94V'2 
34 






NCS 


W. Forest 







mm 






Front row (L. to R.l: T. Stradley, S. Civetz, R. Tyson, R. Hall, B. Teasley, Francis Palandrani. Second row 
(L. to R.): J. Tutterow, J. Ward, W. Raines, Ico-capt.) Dick Matthews, M. Murray, J. Wood. Third 
row: D. Gallagher, J. Crane, H. Walker, H. Overton, (co-capt.l Joe Creazzo, B. inscoe. Back row: 
Coach Paul Derr, L. Everitt, F. Walker, N. Reeling, E. Thorpe, F. Barbour and Assist. Coach Jim Little. 



State should be a little stronger this 
year in field events such as the 
discus and shot put. 



MILITARY 



PARADE 




The D & B looked sharp as A Company passed in review. 





'Ar-arms" during the inspection. 



With pride we salute the 
flag ot our country. 



GOLDEN CHAIN 
TAPPING 




The highest honor society 

on our campus taps 

Student Government president Jim Hunt. 





OHH^MHa^M£ 



* 



Our hats are off to you the old member for a job well done. A year has passed and 
you have done many fine things for our campus. To you. the new members, may 
you be guided by their deeds and lead us in the coming year. 



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j£S*h-''~ 




SCHOOL 

OF 

AGRICULTURE 



More than one-third of the working force in this country 
is involved in agriculture in one way or another. 

In North Carolina there are 1,100 wholesalers and 18,000 
retailers handling agricultural products. More than 5,000 
plants process and manufacture products derived from agri- 
cultural production. In all there are 900,000 persons working in 
agriculture and related industries. Many of these positions 
require well-trained men. The School of Agriculture is the only 
institution of its kind in the state offering such training. 

Rising to this challenge the faculty of the School of Agricul- 
ture has developed a new concept in agricultural training. 

Three curricula — agricultural science, agricultural business, 
and agricultural technology — offer a variety of training to 
prepare the youth of our state for the thousands of jobs in 
agriculture and related fields. 

The School of Agriculture also has two other important 
functions. Through agricultural research conducted on the 
campus and in 16 research stations scattered over the state, 
new information and techniques of production are developed. 
And through an Extension Service which has a small staff in 
each of the state's 100 counties, research information is sup- 
plied to the rural people of the state, and to industries closely 
associated with agriculture. 

The agricultural field is full of challenge and change, but 
most of all it is filled with opportunity. 




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THE AGRICULTURIST 




Hal Johnson, Editor 



The Agriculturist is the official publication of the 
School of Agriculture and the "Ag" Club. Published four 
times a year, its content includes a thorough coverage of 
Ag School activities for the benefit of the student here at 
college, his parents at home, potential students of agri- 
culture, and any other persons who might be interested 
in what goes on in the life of a college agricultural stu- 
dent. 

The Agriculturist, by printing articles on soils, live- 
stock, and other items that are invaluable to agricultur- 
ists, promotes closer cooperation between students, fac- 
ulty, and alumni. This magazine serves as an important 
mode of publicity both within the state and on a national 
scale. 



STAFF 



EDITORIAL 

Harold Lineberger 
Ervin Lineberger 
William Haynes 
Tom Gilmore 
G. K. Davis 
Ed McBride 
Frank Enloe 
Ben Kittrell 
Burt Sutton 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

J. C. Punch 
John McGlamery 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Leon Allen 
Ken Howe 
Larry Baxter 
Tom Pearman 
Tommie Tharrington 
Ronnie Tharrington 
Ellis Byrd 



Otho Wells 
Jerry White 
Bobby Shepherd 
Chesley Greene 
Dale Hedrick 
Donald O'Quinn 
G. B. Spence 





Sarah Leggett, Sponsor 



Bob Leonard, Business Manager 



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ALPHA 
ZETA 




Larry Patterson, President 



OFFICERS 

Larry Patterson Chancellor 

Don Robertson Censor 

Jim McMinn Treasurer 

Hal Johnson Chronicler 
Phil Carlton Scribe 



Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus, 
Ohio, on November 4, 1897. The North 
Carolina Chapter was the eighth of forty- 
five chapters and was chartered in 1904. 
Its aims are perhaps best expressed in the 
words of the founders: "Alpha Zeta was 
established neither as an honor nor as a 
social fraternity, but as a professional 
fraternity whose membership shall be com- 
bined of the qualities of high scholarship, 
fine fellowship, and sound character." 
These are the vital qualities of leadership 
in the field of agriculture for which the 
fraternity was established to encourage 
and develop. 



Allen 

Ayscue 

Baker 

Baxter 



Bost 

Bramlett 

Carlton 

Carrigan 



Cilmore 

Greene 

Hendrix 

Hood 



Hunt 

Johnson, H. M. 

Johnson, W. H. 

Kittrell 



Knox 

Leonard 

Lennon 

Lineberger 



McMinn 

Nitong 

Parker, J. F. 

Parker, W. 0. 



Patterson 

Pilch 

Robertson 

Smith 



Sneed 

Tabor 

Weavil 

Williamson 



Willis 
Woodlief 




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AGRICULTURE 

CLUB 



Clay Price, President 



Clay Price 
Ben Kittrell 
Ken Howe 
Leon Allen 
Roy Holder 
Wayne Nifong 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 
Custodian 

Reporter 



Ag Club membership consists of students in the School 
of Agriculture and the Department of Agriculture in the 
School of Education. 

The Ag Club was organized in 1917 to provide recrea- 
tional, educational, and entertainment programs for its 
members, and to promote school spirit. The club strives 
to accomplish these objectives through a variety of ac- 
tivities. At the weekly meetings members enjoy informal 
talks, illustrated lectures, educational movies, and enter- 
tainment programs. It also sponsors the Students Ag 
Fair, the Barnwarming, Ag Day, and has its own out- 
standing publication, "The N. C. State Agriculturist." 




3 




Norma Jean Daugherty, Sponsor 



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m 




AGRONOMY 

CLUB 



Austin D. Merrick, President 







The aims of the Agronomy Society are to stimulate 
interest in the field of Agronomy, to aid in carrying on 
student activities, and to improve relationships between 
faculty and students. 

Each year the club sponsors educational exhibits at 
the North Carolina State Fair and an Awards Banquet 
is held during the spring semester at which time the 
club presents an award to the outstanding instructor 
in the School of Agriculture. 



Austin D. Merrick 
Carlton Earl Davis 
Ross Knowles 
George Spence 
William Smith 
Tom Pearson 
Dr. W. M. Lewis 
Mr. E. 0. Skogley 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 

Reporter 

Senior Adviser 

Junior Adviser 




Katie Alliston, Sponsor 



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AMERICAN 
SOCIETY OF 
AGRICULTURAL 
ENGINEERS 




OFFICERS 

Ronald Sneed President 

Preston Sasser Vice-President 

Larry Patterson Secretary 

T. J. Barnes Treasurer 

Ed Law Reporter 

Clarence Hood ... FEI 

Thomas Garner Faculty Adviser 



The ASAE Club consists of students in Agricultural 
Engineering and Mechanized Agriculture who are seek- 
ing insight into the professional side of their chosen 
field. Programs have brought out the various opportuni- 
ties that are open to Agricultural Engineers. Members 
have an opportunity to obtain leadership training and 
meet other students and faculty members. The club this 
year consisted of fifty members. 



MECHANIZED AGRICULTURE CLUB 




OFFICERS 



Donald Morris 
James Spense 
Willis Umstead 
Emmett Patterson 
John W. Weaver 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Adviser 



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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION CLUB 





OFFICERS 




Roger C. Bunch 


President 


Charles Russell 


Reporter 


Wallace R. Baker 


Vice-President 


James Saules 


Custol 


Roger Mozingo 


Secretary 


Bobby Nethercutt 


Program Chairman 


Ben Kittrell 


Treasurer 


Jake Vinson 


. Social Chairman 










MEMBERS 






Atkins 


Brock 


Covington 


Lock wood 


Poindexter 


Sheron 


Baker 


Bryon 


Cuttler 


Mauley 


Reese 


Spencer 


Balwin 


Buck 


Gray 


Morton 


Reeves 


Taylor 


Blanchard 


Bunch 


Honeycutt 


Mozingo 


Roach 


Vinson 


Boyette 


Clark 


Kittrell 


Murphy 


Russell 


Walker 


Briggs 


Coble 


Knox 


Nethercutt 


Sane 


Weavil 


Brisson 


Coley 


Knox, E. 


Nunalee 


Sasser 


Winston 



PRE-VETS CLUB 






f! n a 




OFFICERS 



Don Robertson 
Zane Bowles 
John Freeman 
Harold McClure 
Kenneth Dills 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Program Chairman 

Publicity Chairman 



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HORTICULTURE CLUB 




OFFICERS 



Chesley Greene 
I. L. Sales 
Otho Wells 
Judy Medlm 
Harley Blackwell 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Reporter 



The object of the Horticulture Club is to stimulate 
student interest in the field of Horticulture; to foster 
and promote recreational and educational activities; 
and to encourage student participation in extracurricular 
activities. 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Dan Carroll 
Kent Mann 
John Seism 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 




This club is composed of all graduates and under- 
graduates in Agricultural Economics. It has as its pur- 
pose: ( 1 I to stimulate interest in agricultural economics, 
( 2 > to provide a means of contact between students and 



Farm Economics Association members so they can be- 
come familiar with the current developments in the field 
of agricultural economics. 



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POULTRY 
SCIENCE 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Hybert Williamson 
Don Davis 
Ken Dills 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 




Hybert Williamson 
Willie Payne 
Bob Briley 
Don Davis 



MEMBERS 

Ben Wilson 
Jim Coble 
Don Robertson 
Jay Wilfong 



Harold McClure 
Ken Dills 
John Freeman 



PI 



ALPHA 
XI 



OFFICERS 
Tom Gilmore President 

Jameson Bunn Vice-President 

Judy Medlin Secretary-Treasurer 
Dr. T. F. Cannon Chaplain 

Dot Morton Marshal 




Pi Alpha Xi is a National Honorary Floricultural Fra- 
ternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote high 
scholarship and fellowship among its members, to in- 
crease the efficiency of the profession, and to estabish 



cordial relations among the students, educators, and 
professional florists. 

The lota Chapter of Pi Alpha Xi was established at 
North Carolina State College in 1957. 



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4-H 






CLUB 


OFFICERS 




Leon Allen 




President 


Alan Feimster 




Vice-President 


Chuck Graham 




Secretary 


Bill Summcy 




Treasurer 


Jerry White 




Reporter 



The Collegiate 4-H Club first started on State Col- 
lege campus in April, 1940 as the State College 4-H 
Supper Club with the objectives to foster fellowship 
among 4-H members at State College, to promote lead- 
ership and citizenship, and to acquaint club members 
with Extension work and workers. Today the club pro- 



motes leadership, fellowship, citizenship, and religious 
development through weekly meetings, deputations with 
Woman's College 4-H Club, 4-H Church Sunday Serv- 
ices, devotionals, and projects such as operating a check- 
ing service booth at the State Fair and building the 
Homecoming float. 



ANIMAL 
INDUSTRY 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

James Smith President 

Charles McConnel Vice-President 

Ken Howe ... Secretary 

Bill Adcock Reporter 

Dr. Wise Adviser 

G. V. Frye Treasurer 




The aim of the Animal Industry Club is to improve the 
relationship between students and faculty, to stimulate 
interest in the field of Animal Industry, and to have the 
Animal Industry Club members become better acquaint- 
ed with the livestock breeders of this state. The club 
has an annual publication, "Meat and Milk the Scien- 



tific Ways"; sponsors the annual Breeders Barbecue; fits 
and shows animals at the State Fair; operates the Dairy 
Bar during Fair Week; enters an exhibit at the Ag Fair; 
and encourages student participation in judging con- 
tests. All students enrolled in Animal Industry are mem- 
bers of the Animal Industry Club. 



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SCHOOL 

OF 

DESIGN 





DEAN H. L KAMPHOEFNER 



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7 



The School of Design is devoted to the development of o native art form in the 
practical and useful arts to meet the needs and conditions of the Southern region. 

Although the first aim of the School of Design is to serve North Carolina and the 
regions of the South, the students will be equipped, through the teaching of the 
school, to work in any region. 

Professional courses of study are now offered in Architecture, Landscape Architec- 
ture, and Products Design. Products Design is new this year and will actively collabo- 
rate with a number of presently organized departments on the campus that are now 
engaged in management and production, and will concern itself with problems of form 
and aesthetics as related to the design of products and the production of products. 

As the only department of Architecture in North Carolina and the only department 
of Landscape Architecture in the region, the opportunities are unlimited for the 
school's graduates to contribute to the solution of problems in building design, plan- 
ning, and general construction. 




LANDSCAPE CLUB 



The objectives of the Landscape Club 
are as follows: 

— to entertain visiting critics and 
lecturers from the landscaping field. 

— to sponsor projects for the better- 
ment of the School of Design. 

— to further enable upperclassmen to 
aid in the orientation of freshmen in 
the curriculum. 

— to sponsor the annual Landscape 
Field trip. 

— to provide an outlet for the student 
chapter of American Society of Land- 
scape Architects. 

— to promote a general fraternal at- 
mosphere among the members of the 
Landscape department. 



OFFICERS 

Max Evans President 

Hal Price Vice-President 

Kent Watson . . Secretary 

Jim Klutz Treasurer 




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SCHOOL 

OF 

EDUCATION 




The School of Education provides the pro- 
fessional pre-employment training required 
for certificating teachers of Vocational Agri- 
culture, Industrial Arts, Industrial Education, 
Mathematics and Science. The curriculum in 
each of these departments includes courses 
designed to aid prospective teachers in ac- 
quiring an understanding of high school 
pupils, and in selecting and using acceptable 
teaching methods. The School of Education 
also provides undergraduate training for rec- 
reation leaders in industrial and rural areas. 

Teachers of Vocational Agriculture, In- 
dustrial Arts, Industrial Education, counsel- 
ors, and industrial psychologists may attain 
professional improvement through the pro- 
grams of graduate study. 





EPSILON 

PI 

TAU 



Epsilon Pi Tau is the international honor society in Industrial Arts 
and Industrial-Vocational Education. The purposes are 1 1 I to recog- 
nize the plan of skill, 2 to promote social and professional pro- 
ficiency, and 13) to foster and reward research and publish its 
results. 








W^^^m Lft. ifcT 




KAPPA 
PHI 
KAPPA 





Kappa Phi Kappa is a national honorary and professional 
education fraternity, the purpose of which is to promote the 
cause of education by encouraging men of sound moral char- 
acter and recognized ability to engage in the study of its prin- 
ciples and problems. For the furtherance of the above purpose 
the fraternity emphasizes among its members social inter- 
course, scholarly attainments, and professional ideals. 



Ben Browning 
Robert Brisson 
Ben Kittrell 
Jeff Weavil 
Clifton Woodlief 
Thomas I. Hines 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 

Expansion Secretary 

Faculty Adviser 



Ben Browning, President 




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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 




Tom Wallace 
President 



Francis Scott Key 
Vice-President 



Hobert Williams 
Treasurer 



Donald Hagler 
Secretary 



Ralph Blackwood 
Program Chairman 



The Industrial Arts Club brings together the members of the department in order 
that they may become better acquainted. Outstanding men in related fields present 
to the club at its meetings the latest ideas and news of the professional world. The 
club strives to make its profession better known and to influence young men to 
train for a future in Industrial Arts. 




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♦^**, 




The School of Engineering is on integral port of 
and is vitally concerned with the state's economic de- 
velopment through the training of its youth and the 
utilization of its natural resources. 

Dr. John H. Lampe, Dean of Engineering, directs a 
staff which includes some of the educational and 
scientific leaders of the nation. 

In addition to its seven undergraduate curricula, 
the School of Engineering also provides courses of 
study leading to the Master, Master of Science, and 
Doctor of Philosophy degrees. 

This excellent and progressive school can be count- 
ed on to offer leadership in the training of our young 
people as well as to further industrial activity in North 
Carolina. 




SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 




C UL 



\IsA..K 



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i=^ S-- >** <™s <«* . i 





AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS 





OFFICERS 








Robert R. Liguori 








President 


Hank Hamilton 








Vice-President 


Eiien Culler 








Secretary 


James Folsum 








Treasurer 


Kenneth Russell 


En 


9 


neers 


Fair Chairman 



The student section of the American Institute of 
Physics is an organization whose purpose is the advance- 
ment and diffusion of knowledge of the science of physics 
and its application to human welfare. The section was 
formed in 1950 and has been steadily growing in mem- 
bership and activities. Today it is one of the most active 
of the technical societies on campus. 




R. R. Liguori, President 




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ENGINEERS' 
COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

R. H. Redwine President 

William R. Foss Vice-President 

Robert R. Liguori Secretary 

Donald N. Cox Treasurer 




Redwine 
President 



Vice-President 



ENGINEERS' FAIR 




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The Engineers' Council is composed 
of elected representatives of the various 
engineering schools of the campus. The 
primary function of this group is to co- 
ordinate the activities of the various 
societies represented. 

Each year the Council sponsors the 
Engineers' Exposition. It is also respon- 
sible for directing the publication of 
the "Southern Engineer." 

Another outstanding event sponsored 
by the Council is the knighting of the 
outstanding engineering students into 
the Order of St. Patrick. The outstand- 
ing senior engineering student is recog- 
nized and given a gift by the Council. 

Scholarship is encouraged at the 
freshman level by electing the two out- 
standing freshmen from each depart- 
ment as Companions of St. Patrick. 

This past year, the Council took over 
the sponsorship of the engineering ex- 
hibit at the State Fair. 



Alley 

Atkins 

Baldwin 

Briggs 



Brock 

Buchanan 

Carson 

Clark, ). D. 



Clark, R. C. 
Currie 

Deaton 0? 
Fisher 



Fluck 

Folsom 

Freeze 

Goodwin 



Hardy 

Herman 

Kendrick 

Lane 



Lanier 

Madren, F. S. 

Madren, P. L 

Menscer 



Morris 

Morrow 

McBrayer 

Niven 



O'Quinn 

Parrott 

Price 

Sasser 



Scarborough 

Simmons 

Sisk 

Stover 



Thornburg 
Whitaker 




AMERICAN 
SOCIETY OF 

MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERING 



OFFICERS 




Robert A. Vogler 
James N. Untz 
Albert C. Wilfong 
P. Marion Rothrock 



Chairman 

Vice-Chairman 

Secretary -Treasurer 

Fair Chairman 



The N. C. State Student Section of ASME is dedicated to 
promoting academic and professional interest in mechanical 
engineering. Nationally noted speakers, inspection trips, joint 
meetings with parent groups, contests and socials are the 
stimulative means. ASME also affords opportunity for de- 
velopment of individual leadership, administration, and public 
speaking. 



Robert A. Vogler, Chairman 




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PI TAU SIGMA 

OFFICERS 

Crawford R. Meeks President 

John E. Fletcher Vice-President 

James H. Gwaltney Recording Secretary 

I Charles B. Johnson Corresponding Secretary 
Robert L. Williams Treasurer 

Robert E. Beasley Historian 

^B ' V^ Membership in Pi Tau Sigma is the highest honor that can 

JM ^^ be obtained by a mechanical engineering student in his field. 

^^^m IX (■* He must maintain a very high scholastic average in order to 

^A J^K. I ^ e e ''9'' 3 ' c ' ror membership, but this is by no means the only 

M iH /. requirement, for selection is also based on social adaptability, 

St P ', / honesty, personal cleanliness, neatness, and soundness of prin- 
ciples and morals. If a man is deemed worthy, he is invited 

Crawford Meeks, President . . _ . ... . 

to join Pi Tau Sigma, an honor which all men would be proud 
to claim as theirs. 




Anderson 

Crowder 
Hart 

Neal 



Basnight 
Deans 
Kerr 
Raper 



Beasley 
Ernull 
Kirk 
Sideris 



Brown 
Eudy 

Lineberry 
Stinnett 



Bush 
Fletcher 
McDonald 
Thomas 



Carter 
Carren 
Meeks 
Wilfong 



Clark 

Gwaltney 

Moore 



Williams 




[71] 




Paul E. Scarborough, President 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF 

ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERING 

INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS 











OFFICERS 






Paul E. Scarborough 












Chairman 


Raymond 


E. Briggs 












Vice-Chairman 


Darrell V. 


Menscer 












Local Secretary 


Arnold G. 


Moore 












AIEE Secretary 


Steve Ledbetter 












IRE Secretary 


Harvey G 


White 












Treasurer 


Edward G 


Manning, 


IRE; 


Edw 


n W. 


Winkler, 


AIEE 


Counselors 



The joint student branch of the American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers 
is the electrical engineering student professional organi- 
zation at State College. It is affiliated with two of the 



major electrical engineering national societies. The stu- 
dent branch has the dual function of carrying on student 
activities and bringing professional programs to the elec- 
trical engineering students. 



iiiifff 

■ ■Ml 




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ETA 
KAPPA 
NU 



William T. Easter 
Thomas A. Feeley 
Richard A. Dobyns 
Darrell J. Eudy 
William C. Sain 
Mr. Hannis W. Thompson 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Recording Secretary 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Adviser 



The purpose of HKN is to recognize and encourage 
outstanding achievements in the Electrical Engineering 
profession, particularly among students. High scholar- 
ship, leadership ability, and integrity of character are 
requirements for membership. The organization under- 
takes projects for the general aid of Electrical Engineer- 
ing students. 



William T. Easter 
President 




Ausband 

Cilvik 

Hoyle 

Lowery 

Sain 



Beadles 

Dobyns 

Huff 

Lyda 

Scarborough 



Blake 

Easter 

joines 

Mcintosh 

Schofield 



Boone Bost 

Eudy Everleigh 

Laughton Ledbetter 

McKnight, E. P. McKnight, H. M. 
Shepherd Sigmon 



Bowman 

Fuller 

Leonard 

Miller 

Sprinkle 



Brown 

Harris 

Lippard 

Mitchell 

Stirwalt 



Bunn 

Hauser 

Little 

Monteith 

Swain 




Campbell 

Hinshaw 

Long 

Moore 

Underwood 






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R. V. Moss, President 



AMERICAN 

SOCIETY OF 
CIVIL ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 



R. V. Moss 
George Parrott 
J. Robert Cambell 
John R. Anderson 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



The object of the American Society of Civil Engineers 
is to afford civil engineering students an opportunity for 
fellowship with fellow students, faculty members, and 
practicing engineers, and to provide a means whereby 
professional knowledge may be increased. The Student 
Chapter relates the professional development of the 
student to the achievements of the National Society. 



Meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday 
night at 7:00 P.M. in the C.E. Building Auditorium. 
Addresses by professional engineers, films on engineering 
projects, technical papers prepared and read by students, 
social affairs, and business meetings constitute the pro- 
grams of the chapter. The chapter also publishes its 
own newspaper, ON THE LEVEL. Membership is open 
to all civil engeering students. 




[74] 



CHI 
EPSILON 




OFFICERS 



Frederick Moreadith 
John Robinson Anderson 
William Byrd Kay, Jr. 
Jan Stewart Jensen 
Frank S. Scarpa 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Associate Editor 



Chi Epsilon is a national professional Civil Engineering honorary fra- 
ternity, based on the broad objective of increasing the efficiency of the 
profession as an instrument of social betterment. 

Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize those characteristics of the 
individual engineer deemed fundamental to the successful pursuit of an 
engineering career and to aid the development of these characteristics 
in the undergraduate engineer. 

Chi Epsilon has, from a small beginning, grown to a place of prominence 
in the professional and honorary fraternity world. It has chapters in the 
majority of the best engineering schools in the country, striving to main- 
tain a constant policy of establishing chapters at a school on the basis of 
the quality of its instruction and not necessarily its size. 

The chapter at State has maintained an active membership of approxi- 
mately twenty men, and has participated actively in both departmental 
and school projects. 




Anderson 


Bryant 


Donahoe 


Freeze 


Kay 


Moreadirh 


Pace 


Pollock 


Reynolds 


Scarpa 


Setzer 


Swann 



[75] 



INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 



The basic mission of the Institute of Aeronautical 
Sciences is to facilitate by all available means the inter- 
change of technical ideas among aeronautical engineers 
throughout the world. Student membership has been es- 
tablished to provide the student engineer of science with 
broad opportunities to engage in activities associated 



with future aviation careers. The local branch encour- 
ages professional consciousness and fellowship through 
programs of guest lectures, film showings, and social 
functions, along with participation in annual confer- 
ences. 



OFFICERS 

Victor Emorrow Chairman 

Robert Reid Womack Vice-Chairman 
Edgar C. Lineberry Program Director 
John E. Fletcher Recording Secretary 
Walter Kerr Corresponding Secretary 
Philip M. Deans Treasurer 




SIGMA 
PI 



SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

Bobby Leonard President 

Robert Hutchins Vice-President 

Charles Bridgman 

Corresponding Secretary 

William Remini Treasurer 




Sigma Pi Sigma is the National physics honor society. 
Its objects are to award distinction to outstanding stu- 
dents and professional physicists, to promote friendship 
between these men ond to stimulate a lively interest in 
the quest for understanding our physical universe. 

This year the activities of Sigma Pi Sigma ranged 



from lectures on satellites, reactors and radiation dam- 
age to volleyball, barbecues, and informal dinners. Our 
aim was and is to make Sigma Pi Sigma more than an 
honor to be won, but an active catalyst for the combina- 
tion of curiosity and cooperation which will unlock na- 
ture's secrets for man's benefit in the future. 



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AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS 



The North Carolina State College Group of the Ameri- of technical material are made available to the group 

can Society for Metals functions as an active organiza- by the national headquarters in an effort to further the 

tion for discussing metallurgical factors. Vast resources dissemination for technical knowledge. 




OFFICERS 

Jerry Waller Chairman 

Bill Remini Vice-Chairman 

Ron Hardy Secretary 

Bennie Ward Treasurer 

Dr. W. W. Austin Faculty Adviser 




FURNITURE 
CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Graham W. Bostick President 

John Conway Vice-President 

Walter Bean Secretary 

Vasser Matthews Treasurer 

E. S. Johnson Adviser 



The Club is organized by the students of the Furniture ment. Speakers from the furniture industry keep us in- 

curriculum, and advised by Professor Rodolph Willard formed by giving us first hand information of the latest 

and by Professor E. Sigurd Willard, head of the depart- developments in the industry. 



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THETA TAU 




Brown 


Clark 


Daughtridge 


Garland 


Harriss 


LeCwin 


Lemons 


Martin 


Redwine 


Smith 


Treece 
PLEDGE CLASS 


Yionoulis 



McBrayer 



OFFICERS 

G. Frank Smith, Jr. Regent 

Ben C. Treece Vice Regent 

George Harriss Scribe 

Richard H. Redwine Treasurer 



Theta Tau, founded at the University of 
Minnesota on October 15, 1904, established Rho 
Chapter at State College in 1927. It is a pro- 
fessional engineering fraternity whose object is 
to develop and maintain a high degree of pro- 
fessional interest among its members and to unite 
them in a strong bond of fraternal brotherhood. 

In keeping with its aims, Theta Tau regularly 
participates in the Engineer's Fair as well as 
sponsoring projects of its own in the interest of 
professional engineering and State College. 




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ROCKHOUNDS 



Frank M. Alley, Jr. 




President 


Joseph E. Maddox, Jr. 


Vice 


-President 


Harold E. Meyer 




Treasurer 


James H. Clippard, Jr. 




Secretary 


Dr. Henry S. Brown 




Adviser 




The Rockhounds are an affiliated chapter of The 
American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Pe- 
troleum Engineers. The purpose of this society is to pro- 

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mote among its members an increasing knowledge of 
Geological Engineering and to instill a professional pride 
in the life work they have chosen. 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS 



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OFFICERS 

William R. Foss President 

Vernon D. Niven Vice-President 

Doris Lane Secretary 

Wilson C. Whitaker Treasurer 

Ted Walker Faculty Adviser 




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OFFICERS 



G. W. Adkins 

Donald Keen 

W. H. L. Westbrook III 

Charles Hagwood 

John D. Ellenberg 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 



I AMERICAN 

INSTITUTE OF 
CHEMICAL 
ENGINEERS 




The Student Chapter of the American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers provides opportunities for the pro- 
fessional development of students in Chemical Engineer- 
ing. 



All students in Chemical Engineering are cordially in- 
vited to join the student chapter of AICHE. 

Programs for the monthly meetings include guest 
speakers from industry, films on various phases of 
Chemical Engineering, and social affairs. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY 

OF HEATING AND AIR 
CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 

The ASHAE is an organization to improve the stu- 
dent's training in the field of heating, ventilating, and 
air conditioning. Professional interest, current problems, 




co-ordination of departmental activities, and develop- 
ment of character and leadership are other high ob- 
jectives. These objectives are accomplished through in- 
teresting programs of outstanding engineers from the 
field, joint meetings with the North Carolina Division of 
ASHAE, educational films, and social outings. 

Membership is open to students in the field of en- 
gineering who are interested in the field of heating, 
ventilating, and air conditioning. 



OFFICERS 

Craig J. Smith 
President 

N. Keith Oates 
Vice-President 

Alexander Denson 
Secretary 

Orazio T. Leone 

Treasurer 

Kenneth Sisk 

Engineer's Council 
Representative 

Hart L. Norwood 
Reporter 



THE 

AMERICAN CERAMIC 
SOCIETY 

OFFICERS 

R. B. Arthur President 

R. D. McBroyer Vice-President 
J. L. Huntley Secretary 

Tom Kremminger Corresponding Secretary 
R. N. Dixon Treasurer 



The North Carolina State College Student Branch of 
the American Ceramic Society was organized to familiar- 
ize students with the various aspects of the ceramic 
industry through talks, discussions, and motion pictures, 
and to promote a stronger bond of fellowship between 
students and faculty in the department. 




K E R A M O S 



OFFICERS 

Richard Redwine President 

Larry Huntley Vice-President 

Doug McBrayer Secretary 

R. B. Arthur, Jr. Treasurer 

Tommy Kremminger _ Herald 

Keramos, the national professional Ceramic 
Engineering Fraternity, was founded in 1902 
at Ohio State University, and is the oldest 
professional engineering fraternity in the 
world. While the organization is strictly pro- 
fessional in nature, the requirements for 
membership are as high as most of the honor- 
ary societies and it permits the wearing of 
the key by honor students. Membership is 
offered in the Department of Ceramics or 
Ceramic Engineering to those who have a 
good scholastic record, a good character rec- 
ord and who give promise of making good in 
industry. The principal object of the fraternity 
is to promote and emphasize mental achieve- 
ment and to promote interest in ceramic 
art, technology, and engineering. 




THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY 




To keep pace with the rapid development of forestry and the wood-using industries 
in the South, the School of Forestry has expanded its program and facilities. Under- 
graduate programs train students for careers in Forest Management, Wood Tech- 
nology, Pulp and Paper Technology and Wood Products Merchandising. Graduate 
programs lead to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The 
classrooms and laboratories in Kilgore Hall, the three permanent camps, and 80,000 
acres of School Forests, the new Wood Products Laboratory, and the Robertson 
Laboratory of Pulp and Paper Technology provide exceptional facilities for education 
and research. 



Since its beginning in 1929 the program in Forestry Education has been recognized 
by the Trustees as a regional program. This regional status is emphasized by the 
fact that this year students from twenty-four states and two foreign countries were 
enrolled, as well as by the unprecedented support being received by the School from 
the wood industries of the entire South. The rapid growth of the School necessitated 
departmentalization during the year with the establishment of the Department of 
Forest Management under the direction of Dr. T. E. Maki and the Department of 
Wood Products under the direction of Dr. J. S. Bethel. 



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FOURDRINIER 
SOCIETY 





OFFICERS 




Bill Schui 




President 


Ted Robinson 




Vice-President 


Phillip Holland 




Secretary 


John Thompson 




Treasurer 




The Fourdrinier Society was founded in 1957 to promote educational and social 
activities within the pulp and paper technology curriculum. It is the aim of the society 
to cooperate with the alumni and other friends of the college and to work at all 
times for the best interest of the students and the school. 





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FORESTRY CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Jack Sturgill 
Dane Rot-en 
Wray Freeman 
Leon Bonner 
Edward Langsron 
Jim McMinn 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Publicity Chairman 

Sergeant- At- Arms 

Assistant Program Chairman 



David Bramlett Assistant Rolleo Chairman 

Jack Sturgill Forester 

Roy Stonecypher Associate Forester 

Dane Roten Forest Ranger 

Bill Schul Secretary-Fiscal Agent 

Professor Slocum Faculty Adviser 



The State College Forestry Club holds weekly meet- 
ings during the school year for the purpose of promoting 
better relationships between students and members of 
the faculty. Educational and recreational programs are 
presented at these meetings. 

An annual "Rolleo," held at Hill Forest, is sponsored 
by the club. At the "Rolleo," teams from each class 
compete in volleyball, log bucking, horseshoe pitching, 



tobacco spitting, and various other types of competition. 
The outstanding social event of the year is the "Logger's 
Brawl." 

Publication of the PINETUM, the Forestry School an- 
nual, is sponsored by the club and distributed to forestry 
students and alumni. The club also publishes SLABS 
AND EDGINGS, bi-monthly paper containing articles 
and news of particular interest to forestry students. 




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THE 

PINETUM 



STAFF 

Editor, Richard Welch 

The Pinetum is the annual publication of the School 
of Forestry. From a small beginning in 1930 it has grown 
to a size of over 100 pages. 

In the Pinetum are recorded the events and activities 
taking place in the School of Forestry throughout the 
year. A section of the book is set aside for alumni news 
and letters. 

The Pinetum is distributed to all forestry students, 
other forestry schools, advertisers, and alumni. 




XI SIGMA PI 



OFFICERS 

Jack C. Sturgill 
Forester 

Roy Stonecypher 
Associate Forester 

Bill Schul 
Secretary-Fiscal Agent 

Dane Roten 
Forest Ranger 




Xi Sigma Pi is a national honor fraternity whose 
purpose is the recognition and promotion of leadership, 
scholarship, and interest in the profession of forestry. 
Each year, the organization honors the outstanding 



freshman and senior in the School of Forestry. The fra- 
ternity sponsors annual public lectures by nationally 
known individuals working in forestry or allied profes- 
sions. 



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SCHOOL 

OF 

TEXTILES 



Continuous development of new fibers, new fabrics, new processes, and equipment 
has made the textile industry not only the second largest, but also one of the most 
colorful, most fascinating, and most dynamic in our economic life. Industry's ever- 
growing demand for well-trained young men and women in the field of textiles 
has placed the graduates of this school at a very high premium. The graduate of 
today is well on his way to a position of leadership. He follows the footsteps of the 
very many graduates who now serve the industry in various responsible capacities. 
Their multifold achievements attest in a large measure to the success of a sound 
and progressive educational program. 




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KAPPA TAU BETA 




OFFICERS 

Robert Cuchman President 

John Blevine Vice-President 

Raymond Weldon Secretary 

Peter Nohn Treasurer 



Harry Lindsay 
Carol J. Leatherman 
Ormand Moore 
Hugh E. Simmons 
John Franklin Nixon 



David McMahon 
James Marer 
Otto Brockman 
James Moore 



Henry Brammon 
Spencer Sharpe 
Carlos F. Sanchez 
Ahmed A. Hilal 
Martin B. Foil, Jr. 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEXTILE 
CHEMISTS AND COLORISTS 



OFFICERS 

Eddie Max Barringer President 

Daniel D. Ward Vice-President 

Preston G. Baker, Jr. Secretary 

John W. Nix Treasurer 

Professor Kenneth Campbell Adviser 



The American Association of Textile Chemists and 
Colorists seeks to gain experience and interests in the 
dyeing and finishing of textile goods through monthly 
meetings. Speakers are invited from various sources 
throughout North Carolina and other areas. 




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TOMPKINS 

TEXTILE COUNCIL 




E. M. Barringer 
President 



The Tompkins Textile Council is the student's governing body of the School of 
Textiles. It is composed of representotives from the various textile organizations 
and representatives from each class. 

The Council acts as the bridge between the students and the faculty. Also, the 
Tompkins Textile Council sponsors many student functions each year, highlighted 
by the Textile School Open House and the Annual Textile Picnic. To be a member 
of the Tompkins Textile Council is one of the highest honors in the School of 
Textiles. 



OFFICERS 

Eddie Max Barringer President 

Willie C. Bowen Vice-President 

John W. Nix Secretary 

Bryson T. Dickerson Treasurer 

Professor G. H. Dunlap Adviser 





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PHI 
PSI 




Donald Bailey 
President 



Phi Psi Fraternity is a professional textile fraternity, the objects and aims being: 
first, to promote good fellowship among men of textile schools and the textile in- 
dustry; second, to encourage a high standard of textile work; third, to assist by 
every honorable means the advancement of its members. 

Eta Chapter at State is the largest chapter in the fraternity, in parallel with 
the largest textile school in the world. The fraternity serves the Textile School 
by offering a guide service for all visitors and guests of the school. It also sponsors 
a banquet in the spring at which a cup is awarded to the Man of the Year in the 
North Carolina Textile Industry. 



OFFICERS 

Donald Clark Bailey President 

Bennie Jenks Vice-President 

Paul Tyndall Recording Secretary 

Willie Charles Bowen Treasurer 

Eugene Rickell Corresponding Secretary 




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DELTA KAPPA PHI 



Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest professional textile 
fraternity in America, having been founded in 1899 at 
the Philadelphia Textile Institute. Started around a 
nucleus of seventeen members, Kappa Chapter was in- 
stituted on May 14, 1948 at State College. The fra- 
ternity strives to create a fraternal relationship and 
greater social enjoyment among its members, as well 
as promote the interest of its members in acquiring 
a thorough education in textiles. The chapter at State 
College also strives to promote activities of interest 
to the Textile School. 



OFFICERS 

John Blevins President 

Bryson Dickerson Vice-President 

Everett Drake Secretary 

Harry Lindsay Treasurer 

William Porter Scribe 
Ben Hudson Sergeant-At-Arms 

Darr Shealy Pledge Master 

Carle Mason Dekap Editor 



MEMBERS 



Barringer 

Blevins 

Caldwell 

Davis 

Dickerson 

Hammer 

Hudson 

Kelly 

Leatherman 

Lindsay 

Lynch 

Maness 

Mason 

Pope 

Porter 



Reeves 

Saunders 

Wright 

Hensley 

Rodgers 

Shealy 

Sherrer 

Simmons 

Smith 

Walden 

Ward 

Wilkes 

Medford 

Boone 

Drake 



Cash 

Cushman 

Weldon 

Kametches 

Skipper 

Sparr 

Seago 

Jones 

Brannon 

McMahon 

Kimrey 

Stanley 

Moore 

Overton 

Talbert 



Nelson 

Swicegood 

Edmonds 

Newell 

Barrett 

Culbreth 

Chambers 

Nixon 

Crouch 

Gardner 

Fuller 

Nixon 

Brummitt 

Brockman 




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SIGMA TAU SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

Willie Bowen President 

John Nix Vice-President 

Preston Baker Secretary 

Eddie Barringer Treasurer 



A local textile honor fraternity, Sigma Tau Sigma 
strives to instill in textile students a desire for higher 
scholastic attainments. An incentive toward this goal 
is the Sigma Tau Sigma Scholarship cup that it presented 
each year to the senior in textiles with the highest scho- 
lastic average. The Greek letters composing the name 
of the fraternity represent the words, Society of Textile 
Scholarship. 



Willie Bowen 
President 




Bailey 
Hammer 



Baker 
Henson 



Barringer 
Hodge 



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Kaw 



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Lynch 




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SCHOOL 



Gareth Edwin Annas Hudson, N. C. 

Charles Erwin Burkhead Asheboro, N. C. 

Lindsay W. Cox, Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. 



James Bennett Holliday 
Joseph Delano Hoskins 
George Daniel Knight, Jr. 



Pinetops, N. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Norlina, N. C. 



James Donald Lee 
William Oliver Moore 
Samuel V. Noe, Jr. 



Raleigh, N. C. 

Cleveland, N. C. 

Louisville, Ky. 



Shelton Roy Peed Durham, N. C. 

Jesse Julius Peterson, Jr. Wilmington, N. C. 

Clyde Edward Richardson, Jr. 

Thomasville, N. C. 



Charles Alan Sides Raleigh, N. C. 

George McCollum Smart Franklin, Va. 

Raymond Franklin Stainback, Jr. 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Karl Dane Stuart 
Robert H. Tucker 
Jerry Mitchell Turner 
George Warren Vaughn 



Raleigh, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Richmond, Va. 



SATISH CHANDRA ANAND 

NEW DELHI, INDIA 
Field Crops 

CHARLES WILSON AVERRE III 

RALEIGH, N C 
Plant Pathology 

DAVID ERNEST BAILEY 

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

BHASKAR BANTWAL BALIGA 

INDIA 
Nuclear Engineering 

KENNETH REECE BARKER 

ROARING RIVER, N C 
Plant Pathology 

RONALD L BARON 

NEW YORK, N Y 
Entomology 

HUBERT PAUL BARRINGER 

BESSEMER CITY, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

MICHAEL BEER 

LONG ISLAND, N. Y. 
Psychology 

JAMES DONALD BLACKBURN 

MOUNT AIRY, N C 
Civil Engineering 

EDWARD EUGENE BOHE 

CARY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

CECIL CHARLIE BROOKS 

SPARTA, N. C. 
Agriculture 

JAMES WALKER BROWN, JR. 

HAMPSHIRE, TENN. 
Dairy Manufacturing 




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RALEIGH, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 

LUIS ELIAS CASTILLO 

CALLAO, PERU 
Field Crops 

TILSON EDWARD CHAPPELL 

BELVIDERE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

CHING-CHAO CHO 

RALEIGH, N, C 
Electrical Engineering 

MARTIN CLARK 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN, 
Electrical Engineering 

HAZEL VIRGINIA CLARKE 

DURHAM, N. C 

Occupational Information and 

Guidance 

DIMITRIOS M. COKINOS 

NEW YORK, N. Y 
Nuclear Engineering 

NABIL TEWFIK COSTANDY 

EGYPT 
Textiles 

CARL CRISCO, JR. 

HIGH POINT, N. C 

Agricultural and Biological 

Chemistry 

ROY A. C. DAULTON 

SALISBURY, N. C 
Plant Pathology 

JORGE G. DAVIDE 

CEBU. PHILIPPINES 
Agriculture 

MOSES PAUL DAVIS, JR. 
Ceramic Engineering 

RAJENDRA KUMAR DE 

CALCUTTA, INDIA 
Agriculture 

GEORGE WILLIAM DILLEY 

SILVER SPRING, MD. 
Animal Industry 

JOSEPH CLYDE DOWDLE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA 
Electrical Engineering 



WALTER D. DUCKWORTH 

ATHENS. TENN 
Entomology 

PHILIP DUSKIN DUKES 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Plant Pathology 

FRANK NICHOLAS EGERTON 

BREVARD. N. C 
Animal Ecology 

AHMED ABDEL-WAHAB EL-BAZ 

EGYPT 
Textiles 

FLOYD WILKINS ELLIOTT, JR. 

CHARLOTTE. N C 
Applied Mathematics 

AUDIE DEE ELROD 

SMITHVILLE, TENN. 
Dairy Manufacturing 

HOWARD E. ERDMAN 

WEATHERLY, PA 
Genetics 

KENNETH DEANE FISHER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Plant Pathology 

RONALD GARY FLETCHER 

ONTARIO, CANADA 
Agricultural Economics 

JOHN EDWARD FLYNN 

NEW MILFORD, CONN 
Entomology 

WEI-NING FU 

SHANTUNG. CHINA 
Agriculture 

RICARDO GARCIA-LAGOS 

MEXICO 
Soils 

LINWOOD E. GENNINGS, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Occupational Information and 

Guidance 

M. RASHAD GHAZI 

EGYPT 
Agricultural Economics 

RAYMOND W. GIESEMAN 

WILLIAMSTOWN, KAN 
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LIMA, PERU 
Genetics 

CARROLL RUFMAN GRAY 

ELIZABETH CITY, N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

JAMES W. P. GREGORY, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

MAX EDWIN GREGORY 

YORKVILLE. TENN 
Dairy Manufacturing 

ELLIOTT BREWER GROVER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
M echanical Engineering 

DALE HERBERT HABECK 

BOWLER, WIS. 
Entomology 

LEIGH HUGH HAMMOND 

RALEIGH. N C 
Agriculture 

LINUS KWANG RIUL HAN 

SEOUL, KOREA 
Nuclear Engineering 

SYED AHMED HASNAIN 

PAKISTAN 
Nuclear Engineering 

MOSTAFA KAMEL HATHOUT 

CAIRO, EGYPT 
Animal Industry 

JAMES RAY HAWKER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial Psychology 

TUNG KAU HEUNG 

HONG KONG 
Textiles 

H. GILL HILTON 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Soils 

BOU-LOONG HO 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

JAFAR HOOMANI 

TEHERAN, IRAN 
Applied Mathematics 



JOHN N. HORTON 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Education 

MAN-PAN HUI 

HONG KONG 
Civil Engineering 

CHARLES ROBERT HUTCHINS 

RALEIGH, N C 
Nuclear Engineering 

MAHMOND AHMED IBRAHIM 

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT 
Textiles 

TEODORO A. IRABAGON 

PHILIPPINES 
Entomology 

GOPALA KRISHNA IYENGAR 

INDIA 
Electrical Engineering 

THOMAS HOWARD JACKSON 

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND 
Agriculture 

SAMUEL FOREST JENKINS, JR. 

OXFORD. N. C. 
Plant Pathology 

CHIA REN JIN 

HONG KONG 
Textiles 

LEROY KENNETH JOHNSON 

OSAKIS. MINN. 
Civil Engineering 

EDGAR WALTON JONES 

MURRELLS INLET, S C. 
Agricultural Economics 

HARVEY RAY JOYNER 

ELM CITY, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

SEVANTILAL S. KAPASHI 

BOMBAY, INDIA 
Textiles 

SHOJU KAYASHIMA 

KYOTO, JAPAN 
Agriculture 

STEPHEN VINCENT KAYE 

AVENEL, N. J. 
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COLORA, MD. 
Wood Technology 

ROBERT PHILIP KENNEL 

NEW BERN, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

ROBERT EUGENE KINCH 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Psychology 

THOMAS R. KONSLER 

HENDERSON, KY. 
Agriculture 

ERVIN THADDEUS KORNEGAY 

ALBERTSON, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

HAROLD W. LANDRUM 

WILSON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

PAUL MORTIMER LARGE 

PRINCESS ANNE, VA. 
Animal Industry 

WILLIAM DENNIS LAWING, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

GUY R. LEDBETTER 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. 
Agriculture 

JOHN FOY LEDBETTER, JR. 

ASHEVILLE, N, C. 
Civil Engineering 

JUI-MING LEE 

TAIWAN. CHINA 
Electrical Engineering 

SUNG WON LEE 

SEOUL, KOREA 
Textiles 

EUGENE H. LEHMAN, JR. 

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 
Agriculture 

WILLIAM F. LEHMANN 

EPHRATA, WASH. 
Wood Technology 

CLARA JU-YUAN LIM 

TAICHUNC, FORMOSA 
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WESLEY EMIL LOOS 

BUFFALO. N Y 
Wood Technology 

HENRY GRADY LOVIN, JR. 

CARY. N. C. 
Forestry 

DAVID ARTHUR McCUTCHAN 

RALEIGH. N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

JAMES MARCUS McGUIRE 

CASSVILLE, ARK. 
Plant Pathology 

ROBERT LEE McGUIRE 

BREVARD. N. C 
Animal Industry 

EDWARD LENARD McLEOD 

MOBILE, ALA 
Textiles 

ADEN COMBS MAGEE 

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 
Animal Industry 

ELLSWORTH CHAPMAN MAINE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Plant Pathology 

GEORGE McBURNEY MAKELY 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

CHRESTON FURMAN MARTIN 

LANDRUM, S. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

FRANK WALDRETH MEAD 

GAINESVILLE, FLA. 
Entomology 

ROBERT HOOVER MILLER 

MT. ULLA. N. C. 
Agriculture 

ROBERT RICHARD MILLER 

ALBEMARLE, N. G 
Applied Mathematics 

LAWRENCE ALBRIGHT MINK 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

JAMES REID MISENHEIMER 

SHELBY, N. C 
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RALEIGH, N. C 
Nuclear Engineering 

TAKESHI MIURA 

HIROSHIMA, JAPAN 
Entomology 

JOHN ROSS MORGAN, JR. 

HARLINCEN, TEXAS 
Nuclear Engineering 

FRANK ARTHUR MULLINS, JR. 

MOBILE, ALA 
Psychology 

JOHN WILLIAMS MURPHY 

ST. MATTHEWS, KY. 
Agriculture 

GUY ARNOLD MYERS, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C 
M echanical Engineering 

LARRY ALAN NELSON 

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA 
Soils 

PHILIP EDWARD NOVAK 

CHICAGO ILL 
Nuclear Engineering 

AULSEY THOMAS OLIVE 

MT GILEAD. N. C. 
Entomology 

ANTONIO LINO ORDOVEZA 

PHILIPPINES 
Animal Industry 

HASSAN A. N. OTEIFA 

ALEXANDRIA. EGYPT 
Electrical Engineering 

ERNEST CALEB PASOUR, JR. 

BESSEMER CITY, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 

GORDHANBHAI J. PATEL 

BOMBAY STATE, INDIA 
Field Crops 

GEORGE LOUIS PAYET 

ROCK HILL, S. C 
Textiles 

BOBBY EMERSON PHILLIPS 

BAKERSVILLE. N C 
Applied Mathematics 



EDMOND JOSEPH PIERCZYNSKI 

CHARLOTTE, N C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

CARLOS JULIO PINILLA 

COLOMBIA, S. A. 
Field Crops 

CLAUDE CHISLAIN PONCELET 

STAMFORD, CONN. 
Nuclear Engineering 

GEORGE HERMAN PORTER 

COLDSBORO, N, C. 
Agricultural Education 

HUGH ARTHUR POSTON 

CANTON, N, C. 
Animal Industry 

WILLIAM M. POWELL 

HALIFAX, VA. 
Plant Pathology 

REX BEAM PRICE 

FOREST CITY, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

HARMON HOBSON RAMEY, JR. 

RUSSELL, ARK. 
Field Crops 

LUIS EDGARDO RAMIREZ 

LIMA. PERU 
Statistics 

NED RASH 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Poultry 

ABDUR RASHID 

KARACHI, PAKISTAN 
Electrical Engineering 

NARAHARI MANGESH REGE 

BOMBAY, INDIA 
Chemical Engineering 

SHLOMO REUTLINGER 

BROOKLYN. N. Y. 
Agricultural Economics 

DENNIS EUGENE RICHARD 

OCALA, FLA 
Nuclear Engineering 

ROBERT LEROY RIZEK 

BELLEVILLE, KAN. 
Agricultural Economics 




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C. PRICE ROBINSON, JR. 

GASTONIA, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

WALLACE EDWARD ROGERS 

PROVIDENCE, R I 
Agriculture 

ROBERT WILLIAM ROSEVEARE 

GREENVILLE, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

LARRY HERBERT ROYSTER 

DURHAM, N C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

JOHN LEONARD RUEHLE 

HOMESTEAD, FLA 
Plant Pathology 

ALFREDO SALDARRIAGA 

MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA 
Entomology 

MAHMOUD HUSSEIN SALEM 

CAIRO. EGYPT 
Wood Technology 

FRANK DORRANCE SARGENT 

CONCORD, N H 
Animal Industry 

JOHN IKE SEWELL 

COVE SPRINGS, GA 
Agricultural Engineering 

ACHILLES GEORGE SFICAS 

ATHENS, GREECE 
Agriculture 

MAQBOOL ILAHI SHAIKH 

LAHORE, PAKISTAN 
Textiles 

HOWARD GORDON SMALL, JR. 

FAIR BLUFF, N C. 
Soils 

JAMES WAYLAND SMITH 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

WILLIAM CARTER SMITH 

RALEIGH, N C 
Education 

JOHN MILLARD SOILEAU 

WASHINGTON, LA 
Soils 



MORTON EDWARD SPITZER 

BROOKLYN, N Y. 
Industrial Psychology 

EDWARD JAMES STONE 

RALEIGH. N C 
Animal Industry 

PAUL SAMUEL STONE 

LOUISBURC, N C 
Agricultural Economics 

DAVID LEWIS STRIDER 

FLAT ROCK, N C 
Plant Pathology 

ANTHONY TALBOT STUBBS 

RALEIGH, N C. 
Agriculture 

BOONRIT SUCHINDA 

CHIENGMAI, THAILAND 
Agricultural Engineering 

JAMES HAROLD SULLIVAN 

RALEIGH, N C 
Applied Mathematics 

STEPHEN Z. K. SUNG 

HONG KONG 
Textiles 

FRANK RICHARD SWORTZEL 

KALISPELL, MONT 
Mechanical Engineering 

EMMETT FRANK THOMPSON 

EL RENO, OKLA, 
Forestry 

WESLEY DOANE THRASH 

PETROLEUM, W VA 
Electrical Engineering 

ROBERT W. TOLER 

DeWITT, ARK. 
Plant Pathology 

A. C. TRIANTAPHYLLOU 

GREECE 
Agriculture 

MARION GALEN TRUE, JR. 

EDDYVILLE, IOWA 
Forestry 

WILLIAM LEE TUCKER 

SHELBYVILLE, KY. 
Animal Industry 




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SAMUEL GUY TURNIPSEED 

MORAVIAN FALLS, N. C. 
Entomology 

LEONIDAS SIMEON TZENTIS 

ISTANBUL, TURKEY 
M ecbanical Engineering 

OSWALDO FLAVIO VARGAS 

LIMA, PERU 
Entomology 

ANDREW PRESTON VARLEY 

STUART, IOWA 
Agriculture 

ANDREW B. VARNER, JR. 

LEXINGTON, VA. 
Agricultural Economics 

COLUMBUS EDWIN VICK, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

JOHN BERNARD VILLENEUVE 

ONTARIO 
Textiles 

FU-TSENG WANG 

CHINA 
Experimental Statistics 

CHARLES DONALD WEBB 

CLEARWATER, FLA 
Genetics 

DONALD MATION WEISMAN 

MASON, OHIO 
Entomology 

FRED GRIFFITH WELFARE 

CLEMMONS, N. C 
Nuclear Engineering 

GARLAND RAY WELLS 

EL DORADO. ARK. 
Forestry 

MERRILL WILCOX 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Agronomy 

ALBERT LEE WILEY 

ACME. N C 
Nuclear Engineering 

JAMES OLIVER WISE 

MARION, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 



WESLEY WITCHER 

RALEIGH. N C 
Plant Pathology 

HUNTER McG. WOODALL, JR. 

RALEIGH, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

JOSEPH RAYMOND WOODARD 

RALEIGH, N C. 
Agriculture 

JAMES RAYMOND WOODRUFF 

RALEIGH. N C 
Soils 

ALVIN EDWIN WOODS 

MURFREESBORO, TENN 
Dairy Manufacturing 

SHUNG-JUN YANG 

TAIPEI. TAIWAN 
Field Crops 

CHARLES WESLEY YOUNG 

RED ROCK. OKLA 
Agriculture 

JING-JUE YOUNG 

RALEIGH, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AMARO ZAVALETA 

LIMA. PERU 
Agriculture 

WALTER LEO ZIELINSKI, JR. 

NEUSE, N. C 

Agricultural and Biological 

Chemistry 

MAHMOUD ZIKRY 

CAIRO, EGYPT 
Statistics 




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Secretary 



Thomas 0. Gilmore 
Vice-President 



Arron W. Capel 
President 



Willis R. Deaton 
Treasurer 




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ROBERT ACRA 

HAITI 
Textiles 

Phi Ela Sigma 

JOSEPH WILLIAM ADAMS 

NEW CASTLE. DEL. 
Civil Engineering 

Football 1. 2, 3; Athletic Director 4, ASCE. 

LEO FRANCIS ADAMS 

EAST BEND, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Association 

ROBERT DOUGLASS ADAMS 

CHARLOTTE, N. C 
I nil initial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu, Publicity Chairman; Phi Epsilon 
Pi. Social Chairman; Intramural Athletics 2, 3, 4; 
Engineers Fair, AIIE; Veterans Club. Alpha Pi 
Mu TV Program; Young Republicans Club 

ROBERT THOMPSON ADAMS 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; CU Carnival Chairman 3; Editor CU News- 
letter 4; Intramural Football 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Glee Club I, 2, 3; CU Photo Committee 1, 
Chairman 2; Social Committee 3. 4 

WILTON LEE ADCOCK, JR. 

HENDERSON, N C 

Animal Industry 

Agriculture Club; A. I. Club; Veterans Club 

RORER JAMES ADKINS, JR. 

DRAPER, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 

JAMES MONROE ALEXANDER 

CHARLOTTE. N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

IAS. Intramural Softball, Bowling 2, 3, 4 

ASGHAR ALI 

W. PAKISTAN 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE; Social Committee; Photography Club, 
International Committee; PSAA International 
Club. 

CARROLL GLENWOOD ALLEN 

FARMVILLE, N. C 
Industrial Engineering 

Arnold Air Society; AIIE; Intramurals 1,2, : 
Pi Kappa Phi 

GEORGE CALVIN ALLEN, JR. 

LUMBERTON, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Coif I. 2. 3, 4. AIIE. 

ROBERT SABIE ALLEN 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Eorest Management 

APO; Forestry Club 

FRANK MALLARD ALLEY, JR. 

KING, N. C. 
Geological Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Scabbard and 
Blade; Cross Country I; Intramurals I, 2. 3. 4; 
Interdormitory Council Social Director; Rock 
ind Club. Secretary 3, President 4, ROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4; State College Glee Club; Drum and 
Bugle Corps 

DONALD WAYNE ALMOND 

ALBEMARLE, N. C 
Al echanical Engineering 

ASME; YDC; Dorm Floor Manager. 

LUIS NICHOLAS ALVAREZ 

RIO PIEDRAS. PUERTO RICO 
Civil Engineering 



CARL WOODLIFFE ANDERSON, JR. 

RAMSEUR. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Alpha Phi Omega; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; ASME 
1, 2, 3 4; Dorm Social Director, Floor Manager 
4; YMCA. 

DONALD HENRY ANDERSON 

WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 2. 4; Veterans Club 3. 4. 

ERNEST ANDREW ANDERSON, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Kappa Alpha, Secretary 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Intra- 
murals I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Orientation Com- 
mittee; Tau Beta Chi; Al IE. 

JOHN ROBINSON ANDERSON 

GREENSBORO. N, C. 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon. Vice-President; ASCE, Treasurer, 
Engineers Exposition Co-Chairman 3; Veterans 
Club 2. 

ROBERT MICHAEL ANGELL 

MOCKSVILLE, N C. 

Field Crops 

American Society of Agronomy. 



WESLEY EUGENE ANNAS 

GRANITE FALLS. N C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 



PETER ROMAN ANTONIEWICZ 

SALISBURY, N C 
Engineering Physics 

Sigma Nu; Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Student Government Senator 1, 3; Sigma Nu, 
Treasurer. AIP 1. 3 .4. 



NICOLAS B. ARDITO 

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Tau Beta Pi; ASAE, CU International Committee, 
Chairman, CU Board of Directors; Toastmasters 
Club, Vice-President, Apollo Club; Newman 
Club; YDC 

VOLKER D. ARENDT 

ELBERON, N. ) 
Textile Chemistry 

LEE ROY ARMSTRONG, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N C 

Industrial Education 

American Industrial Arts Association 



ERNEST STEVENSON ARTHUR, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

Construction Option 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASCE; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Band, Orchestra; Freshman Orientation; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Treasurer. 

REUBEN BELL ARTHUR, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Ceramic Engineering 

American Ceramic Society; Keramos Society, 
Treasurer; ACS, Treasurer 3. President 4 

AHMET ATESCI 

ADANA, TURKEY 
Textiles 

International Club 

HENRY FOUST ATWATER 

BURLINGTON, N. C 
Nuclear Engineering 

AIP, American Rocket Society; American Nuclear 

Society 

ROBERT WILLIAM AUSBAND 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Elec'.rical Engineering 

Alpha Sigma Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; 
AIEE; IRE 




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JOHN SAMUEL AUSTIN 

TAYLORSVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 
American Society Mechanical Engineers; Lutheran 
Students Association. 



STACY MAURICE AUTRY 

CLINTON, N. C. 
;V1 ecbanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; ASME; CU Photo Con 



MARVIN KENNETH AYCOCK, JR. 

WARRENTON, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Reporter; Agriculturist, As- 
sistant Editor; Intramurals; Ag Club; Agronomy 
Club; Veterans Club; Band, 



BILLY NEWCOMB AYSCUE 

HENDERSON, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

FarmHouse; Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag 
Club; Ag Education Club. 



BOBBY R. BADGETT 

DOBSON, N. C. 
Agriculture Economics 



DONALD CLARK BAILEY 

SPINDALE, N. C. 
Textiles 

Phi Kappa Phi; National Honorary Fraternity; 
Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Horseshoe 2; 
Tompkins Textile Council 3, 4; President, Phi 
Psi 4; Veterans Club 2. 3, 4. 

LEON WAVERLEY BAILEY, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
M ecbanical Engineering 

ASME. 

RICHARD EVERETTE BAILEY 

FAISON, N. C. 

Industrial Arts 

lACIub. 

MAX NORRIS BAKER 

KING, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; YDC; Veterans Club. 

PRESTON GWYN BAKER, JR. 

DREXEL, N. C. 
Textile Chemistry 

Sigma Tau Sigma, Secretary; American Associa- 
tion of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Secretary, 
Phi Psi; Freshman Orientation Group Leader 



MAX ELAM BALDWIN 

RAMSEUR, N C 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Furniture Club; Engineers Council, Forest Prod- 
ucts Research Society. 

PHILLIP RAY BALL 

VARINA. N. C. 
Civil Engineering. Construction Option 

ASCE. 

RICHARD PHILLIP BALLARD 

SOUTH HILL, VA. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; Intramural Football 3, 4; Volleyball I 
Basketball 3, 4; Handball 3; Softball 3, 4; Vet- 
erans Club 

RAY HERBERT BALLENGER 

WILSON, N. C. 
/Vi ecbanical Engineering 

ASME 

MAURICE WENDELL BARBOUR 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

IAS Geological Society; Cross Country I, 2, 3 
4, Indoor Track I, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track I, 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Summer School 
Committee; CU Dance Committee 




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STACY OLIVE BARBOUR 

BENSON. N. C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

ASHAC; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

WILLIAM HOWARD BARE 

WEST JEFFERSON, N. C. 

Mathematics Education 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1,2; Science 
Club. Vice-President; Veterans Club. 

WILLIAM MARION BARFIELD 

NEW BERN. N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. Veterans Association 

DONALD RAY BARNES 

WILSON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 

LEHMAN WILDER BARNES, JR. 

SMITHFIELD, N. C 
Science Education 

Mu Beta Psi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; Yearbook Editor; Intramurals 2, 4; NC 
State College Band 1, 2, 3; Science Education 
Club 3, 4; "Talent for Service" Scholarship 

WILLIAM RUFUS BARNES 

ANCIER, N C 
Mathematics Education 

Scabbard and Blade 

ROBERT LEE BARNHARDT 

PHOENIXVILLE. PA 

Metallurgical Engineering 

ASM, AFROTC 1,2, 3, 4 

WALTER ORION BARNHILL 

WILSON. N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Nu; Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4, Al IE. YDC; 
Veterans Club. 

ROLIN FARRAR BARRETT 

RALEIGH. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau, Sergeant-at-Arms, Parliamentarian; 
Intramurals 3. 4. ASME 3. 4, Membership Chair- 
man 4; AFROTC Drill Team 1. 

EDDIE MAX BARRINGER 

MAIDEN, N. C. 
Textile Chemistry 

Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; Delta Kappa 
Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; Class Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent. AATCC 4; President, Tompkins Textile 
Council 4 

JOHN HENRY BARWICK 

CRIFTON, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 

Alpha Camma Rho; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. i 
licity Director, Ag Economics Club. 

FLOYD LEE BASNIGHT 

MANNS HARBOR, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 4 

GEORGE STANFORD BASON 

SWEPSONVILLE. N. C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 
Alpha Camma Rho; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3. 4; Jr -Sr 
Dance Committee 3; ASAE Club; Ag Club. 

JOHN LEWIS BASS 

TARBORO, N. C. 
Forest Management 

RODERICK SIDNEY BASS 

MOMEYER, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

IAS 2. 3. 4; American Rocket Society 4; Dormi- 
tory Intramurals 1, 2. 4; AFROTC Drill Team 1. 





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THOMAS COSBY BATTE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
,\1 echanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Photography Committee 

GERALD DAVID BATTS 

HAMPSTEAD, N. C. 
Geological Engineering 

LAWRENCE PETER BAUER, JR. 

GEORGETOWN, S. C. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Fourdrinier Society . 4, Technical Association 
of Pulp and Paper Industry 

JOHN DAVID BAXTER 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

PETER ANTHONY BAZANOS 

STATEN ISLAND, N. Y. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Freshman Football 1 ; Freshman Baseball 1 ; Var- 
sity Baseball 2; Soccer 3, 4; Monogram Club 
Sergeant-at-Arms 4. 

LEROY BEASLEY, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N. G 
Wood Technology 

Forest Products Research Society 2, 3, 4; Apollo 
Club 4 1 Forestry Club 2, 3. 4, Veterans Asso- 
ciation 3, 4 

ROBERT EARLE BEASLEY 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma, Historian; Intramurals 1, 2; Ju- 
dicial Board 3, 4; Apollo Club; ASME, Dormitory 
Floor Manager; Dormitory Athletic Director 

GUY MACK BEAVER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

JON MICHAEL BELL 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Alpha Phi Omefa. YDC; CU Theater Committee, 
AIEE 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN BELL 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; MPM 
of Pi Kappa Fh 

LYLE LEW BEMAN, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Industrial Arts 

Treasurer, Theta Chi 1.2, Intramurals 1, 2 

HUGH CLEMENTS BENNETT, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Textile Chemistry 

Phi Psi, SAE; AATCC; ROTC. 

THOMAS LYNDON BENNETT, JR. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN 

Industrial Arts. Technical Option 

Soccer Team ], 2; Veterans Association 3, 4, 

Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Apollo Club 4, YMCA 

ALBERT F. BERNHARDT, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Al IE , Veterans Association, 

RICHARD JOSEPH BICKEL 

EASTON, PA. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Sigma Nu; Fourdrinier Society. 



FRED DOUGLAS BIDDY 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Lambda Chi (Charlotte College), Presi- 
dent; ASME; Veterans Association; YDC; Trans- 
fi i ), Charlotte College 



HARLEY EARNHARDT BLACKWELL 

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 
Horticulture 

Gamma Sigma Delta, Editor, Collegiate News- 
letter, Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
Reporter 4, Ag Club 1. 2. 3, 4. 

DONALD RAEFORD BLALOCK 

ANCIER, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

YDC 3, 4; Freshman Orientation Croup Leader; 
Sub-commission Member 

TERRY WAYNE BLANKINSHIP 

LYNCHBURG, VA 
Civil Engineering 

Athletic Director, Turlington Dormitory. 

LEARD BERNARD BLEDSOE, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

Pershing Rifles 1,2. 



JOHN OLIVER BLEVINS 

KINSTON, N. C. 
Textiles 

President, Delta Kappa Phi, Vice-President, Kappa 
Tau Beta; Sigma Tau Sigma; Tompkins Textile 
Council, Managing Editor, Textile Forum; Vel 
crans Association; Apollo Club 



PETER WILSON BLUM III 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Mu Beta Psi ; College Band I, 2, 3, 4; ASME 
2, 3, 4 

HOWARD E. BOLLINGER 

GRANITE FALLS, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 

FarmHouse. 

EDGAR RAY BOND, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Industrial Engineering 

Rho Psi Rho ; Veterans Association , A 1 1 E 

LEON DECASTRO BONNER 

AURORA, N. C. 
Forestry 

Forestry Club 



WILLIAM JORDAN BOONE, JR. 

GATES, N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Arnold Air Society 



BEN CLARK BOREN, JR. 

SILER CITY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Dorm Secretary 4 



JOHN CARL BORG 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu 



JAMES FRANKLIN BOST 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Association, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa 
Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, AIEE; IRE. 



GRAHAM WILSON BOSTICK 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Track 1, 2; Member, Furniture Club 2, 3, 
President 4; FPRS 4 




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RALPH RANDLE BOSWELL 

FAIRFAX, VA. 
Industrial Engineering 

SAE; Blue Key; Agromeck 2, 3, 4, Editor; Intra- 
mural Football 2; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Handball 
3. 4, Student Government 2, 3; CUSC 4; College 
Committee 



DAVID COLLINS BOURNE 

GEORGETOWN, S. C. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Kappa Alpha, Fourdnmer Society 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 3; Forestry Club 1 ; Treasurer, Kappa Alpha 

WILLIE CHARLES BOWEN 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Textiles 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma, 
President 4; Tompkins Textile Council. Vice- 
President 4; Phi Psi, Treasurer 

CHESTER RICHARD BOYD, JR, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 

Kappa Phi Kappa. 

NELSON A. BRADLEY 

LAKELAND, FLA. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 



JACK ALFRED BRADY 

SALISBURY, N. C. 
M ecbanical Engineering 

Intramurals 1 , 2. 



JAMES WILLIAM BRASWELL 

SMITHFIELD, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pershing Rifles; ASME. 



DANIEL WEBSTER BRATTAIN, JR. 

OAKBORO, N. C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; ASHAE 



DOUGLAS PHILIP BRATTEN 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Engineering Physics 



WAYNE CROWELL BRIDGES 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 



MAX DELANO BRIGGS 

RURAL HALL, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

AgClub2, 3, 4; Ag Ed Club 3, 4. 



JOHN ROGER BRISCOE 

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N. J. 
Textiles 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary; Business Fraternity 
Phi Psi; WUNC. 



ROBERT CURTIS BRISSON 

TARHEEL. N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Agricultural Education Club; 
Student Government Senator. 



BILLY BERNARD BRITT 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 



CLARENCE WILLARD BRITT 

CA-VEL. N. C 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Baseball 1; Athletic Director 3, 4; Intramurals 
I. 2, 3. 4 




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MALCOLM VERNON BRITT 

GARNER, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE 

SYDNEY PIERCE BRITT 

AYDEN, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 

Delta Sigma Phi; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 4; Ag 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; YDC 2. 3, 4; YMCA 

HOWARD MARSHALL BRITTAIN 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICE 

KIRBY DAMON BROCK 

WADE, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Ed Club; Ag Club 

WALTER DONALD BROCK 

SALISBURY, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 
Al IE I, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3; Engineers 
Council Rep. 3, 4. 

JOSEPH F. BROOKS 

TUCKERDALE, N. C. 
Horticulture 

SYLVIA BORDERS BROOKS 

PATTERSON SPRINGS, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

SAMUEL NEAL BROOME 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; ASCE. 

JOHN CRAVEN BROUGHTON 

GARNER, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

BILLY LEE BROWN 

MT. AIRY, N. C. 
Forestry 

Ag Club, Agronomy Club. 

DAVID SHELTON BROWN 

DAVIDSON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE; ID Softball. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BROWN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma; Honorary Mechanical Engineering 
Frat, Baptist Student Union, Treasurer 1, Presi- 
dent I , ASME 3, 4 

HOMER SCOTT BROWN 

SELMA, N. C. 
Al echanical Engineering 

ASME 3. 4, AFROTC Staff 4 

JAMES NEWTON BROWN, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE; IRE 

JAMES THELBERT BROWN 

SMITHFIELD, N. C. 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

Tau Alpha Sigma; NC State Varsity Rifle Team; 
Leopold Wildlife Club. 





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JOHN AMZEY BROWN 

SPRUCE PINE. N. C. 
Wood Technology 

JOHN TAYLOR BROWN 

SWANNANOA. N. C. 
Zoology 

Leopold Wildlife Club; Tau Alpha Sigma 

RODERICK BURTON BROWN 

ASHFORD, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Intramural Sports 

DUANE HARPS BRUCH 

WENDELL, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

WILLIAM EDDIE BRYAN, JR. 

BLADENBORO, N. C. 
Agriculture Education 

Baseball 1 , Soccer 1, 2; Ag Ed Club; Ag Club. 
Collegiate 4-H Club 

CHARLES HUGH BRYANT 

YADKINVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Freshman Cross Country; 
Wesley Foundation 

ROBERT PAUL BUCHANAN, JR. 

YADKINVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Mu Beta Psi , ASCE; Clee Club 1, 2, Secretary 2. 

JOHN GILBERT BUCKNER 

SILER CITY, N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE 

SHELBY STUART BUCKNER 

MARS HILL, N. C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Science Club 2. Mars Hill College 1, 2; AS/': 

JOHN BULLOCK 

HENDERSON, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE, IRE 

ORREN RUSSELL BULLOCK 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 

JOHN TRENT BUNN 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 

DONALD JACK BURCHETTE 

HAMPTONVILLE, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

CHARLES STEWART BURGESS 

HAVELOCK, N. C. 

( ii il Engineering 
Co-Editor, "On The Level"; Intramural Sports 
1,2; Vets Assn. 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4. 

RICHARD HUNT BURGESS 

DUMONT, N. J. 
Nuclear and Metallurgical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Order of 30 b 3; Blue Key; 
Colden Chain; Co-Editor, Methodist Student; 
Intramural Football 1 , Vice-Pres . Student Gov- 
ernment 3; Summer Session Student Government 
Pres. 3; Pres. Wesley Foundation 3; Student 
Government Senator 2, 4; Program Co-Chairman 
Wesley Foundation 2; YDC 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 4; 
Freshman Orientation Committee 2; CUSC 3; 
Amei 'ute of Physics 3, 4; American 

Society for Metals 4. 



BARBARA NELL BURKETT 

MORCANTON. N C 
Science Education 



HOWARD FRANKLIN BURNS 

LAKE WALES. FLA 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Vets Club 



WATSON LEE BURTS 

GREENVILLE, S C 
Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Nu; Alumni Contact Officer 1 ; WKNC 1 , 
Band 1,2; Drum Major, Drum and Bugle Corps 
2. 3. 4; Commander 3. 4; BSU Council 2. 3; 
YMCA Council 3. 4; S S President 3. AIEE 
I, 2, 3. 4; IFA 2, 4 



FREDERICK EUGENE BUTLER 

WILMINGTON. N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Blue Key; Intramurals; Judicial 
Board; Ring Committee; Dorm President and 
Manager; AIEE; YMCA Treasurer 



RICHARD DALE BYERLY 

HIGH POINT, N C 
Forestry Management 

Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES WILLIAM BYRD 

MT. OLIVE, N C 
Engineering Physics 

Delta Sigma Phi, Treas 3, Phi Eta Sigma; Vice- 
President, 30 & 3; Treas, Blue Key; Golden 
Chain; Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Mu Beta 
Psi; Class Pres I; Judicial Board 3. 4, Band 1; 
Business Manager 2, Vice-Pres 3; Public Rela- 
tions Officer 4, AIP 



NEILL WILLIAM CAMERON 

CAMERON, N C 
Animal Industry 

Westminster Fellowship 2. 3, 4. 

CHARLES LEE CAMPBELL, JR. 

CLARKTON. N. C 
Agriculture Education 

Intramurals 3. 4; Ag Club; Ag Education Club. 



JAMES ROBERT CAMPBELL 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. Sec ; Chr Engineers Fair, C E Dept 



REX CORNELIUS CAMPBELL 

STATESVILLE, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; H.K.N ; Tau Beta Pi; CU Film 
Comm. 2, 3, Chr. 4; IRE 



ROY HOWARD CAMPBELL, JR. 

SALISBURY. N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Football I; Intramurals I, 2; ASME; AFROTC , 
Arnold Air Society 



WILLIAM DONALDSON CAMPBELL 

CHARLOTTE. N C. 
Civil Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi. M.P.M.; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4, Class 
Sect. 4; ASCE. 



HAROLD GENE BUSH 

NEW LONDON, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural Basketball 1, 2. ASME 



JAMES MORGAN CAMPBELL 

ELIZABETHTOWN, N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 4. 



DONALD R. CANADY 

WASHINGTON. N C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 




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JULIAN McELREE CAPPS 

HENDERSON, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 
Baseball I; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Pres. 
Building. Floor Mgr, 



WELDON CLINTON CAPPS 

•xENTON. N C 
Forest Management 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club I, - 
Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4 



LLOYD LAURELL CARAWAN 

HOBUCKEN, N. C. 

Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Industrial Arts Club. 



MAX LEE CARDELL 

MARION. N. C. 
M echanical Engineering 

ASME. 



JOHN BOYCE CARGILL 

CLIFFSIDE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

iral Football 1 ; Drum and Bugle Corps 
1,2; Veterans Assoc. 3. 



DAVID LEE CARMICHAEL 

RALEICH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 



DONALD GAEL CARR 

MURPHY, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club; BSU; International Students Com- 
mittee 



DANIEL WILSON CARROLL 

DURHAM. N C. 
Agricultural Economics 

Alpha Gamma Rho. Athletic Dir, 3. 4, Ag Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Ag Economics Club 3, 4. Pres 4. 
Baseball I, Mgr. 2; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; CU 
Jr. Class Representative, Board of Directors 3. 

JAMES CHARLES CARROLL 

MT OLIVE. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Technician Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3. Seer 
3, V.P. 4; IRE 4 



HUGH CLARENCE CARSON 

RALEICH, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE; Engineers Council, Veterans Assoc 



HAROLD BOZEMAN CARTER, JR. 

RALEICH, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

AIEE 2, 3; American Nuclear Society 4, Vice 
Chr. 4; Veterans Club 2, 3; Engineers Council 3. 



JOHN BROOKS CARTER 

CLYDE, N C 
M echanical Engineering 

ASME, Dorm Athletic Director 2, 3. 



LARRY LEE CARTER 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. I F.C. Representative 2. Pres. 
4; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; 
Blue Key; Golden Chain; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; 
I F C Sec 3. Pres 4 



FRANKLIN BROMLEY CARTMEL 

PLEASANTVILLE. N. Y. 

Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Nu; Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4; Al IE; YRC. 

GALEN EDWARD CHAMBERS 

DRAPER. N. G 
Textiles 




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NEREUS WILLIAM CHAPPELL, JR. 

BELVIDERE, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Assoc; Baseball 1. 

JAMES OWEN CHATHAM 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Westminster Fellowship, Moderator 

RANDALL PURYEAR CHEEK 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
\Y Hi/life Conservation and Management 

Tau Alpha Sigma; Leopold Wildlife Club 

SHERWOOD WENTZ CHESSON 

ROPER, N. C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Dorm Pres. 2; ASAE, Treas 2. 

DAVID PAGE CHOATE 

WILKESBORO. N C. 
Horticulture 

JERRY ANDERSON CHURCH 

VALDESE, N. C 

Nuclear Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigrra 

REGINALD MORGAN CILVIK 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Mu Beta Psi; Eta Kappa Nu. Phi 
Eta Sigma; Amateur Radio Club; Band I, 2, : 
4 Orchestra 1 . 2. 3, 4 ; Westminster Fellowship 

1. 2. 3, 4; AFROTC 

JOHN GARLAND CLAPP, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N C 
Field Crops 

Ag Club, American Society of Agronomists. 

RICHARD EDWIN CLAPP 

SILER CITY, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals 3; Drum 
and Bugle Corps 1 

JOHN PALMER CLARDY 

GEORGETOWN, S C. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Floor Mgr. 3; 
ROTC; Fourdnnier Society 3, 4. 

DOUGLAS COUPLAND CLARK 

WINSTON-SALEM, N, C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Club 

JOHN DOUGLAS CLARK 

CHARLOTTE, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

TSeta Tau I, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Track I, 2; 
Cross Country 1; ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers 
Council 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2. 
Pres 3; Scabbard and Blade 3. 4 

CARSON ALEXANDER CLIPPARD 

RAEFORD. N. C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 

JAMES HENRY CLIPPARD, JR. 

CHARLOTTE. N. C. 
Geological Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi; AIME; Cross Country 1 ; Indoor 
and Spring Track I; Intramural Basketball; 
ROTC; Engineering Senator 1.3; Elections Comm. 
I; Investigations Comm. 4; Rockhound Club 1, 

2, 3, 4, Seer 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. 

DAVID LEON CLOER 

HICKORY. N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 





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WILLIAM JOHNSTON COCKE 

ASHEVILLE N C 
Engineering Physics 

Sigma Chi; Tau Beta Pi, Pres , Phi Kappa ; 
Technician 

RUSSELL PRESTON COCKMAN 

PITTSBORO, N. C. 
A1 echanical Engineering 

WALTER JAMES COKER, JR. 

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. 
Forest Management 
Veterans Club 1,2, 3, 4 

EMMIT FRANKLIN COLE 

CLAYTON, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME. 

SHELTON R. COLLIER 

NORFOLK, VA. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Pi Kappa Phi, Pres, Treas.; Intramurals, ASCE. 

ROBERT IRVIN COLTRANE 

SOPHIA, N C 
Agricultural Education 

Phi Kappa Phi 

GEORGE WILLIAM COLVIN, JR. 

ANCHORAGE, KY 
Architectural Design 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

JULIUS THEADFORD COMPTON 

DURHAM, N, C. 
M echanical Engineering 

Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 

EUGENE DOUGLAS CONNELL 

SPENCER, N, C 
Textiles 

Phi Psi. 

JOHN SPENCER CONWAY 

LENOIR, N. C 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Furniture Club, VP; Forest Products Research 
Society; Veterans Assoc ; Band 1 2. 

WALTER LEWIS COOK 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Kappa Phi Kappa, Apollo Club 

GAY SHARROCK CORPENING 

TRYON, N, C 
Industrial Arts 

Intrarrurals; ROTC, Drum and Bugle Corps 1, 2, 

CHARLES CARSON CORRELL, JR. 

HATTANOOGA, TENN. 
Al echanical Engineering 
Aeronautical Option 
IAS 

GUS THOMAS COSTAS 

GREENSBORO, N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEF 

HOMER PRESTON COULTER, JR. 

GREENVILLE, S. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Furman 1, 2; Chi Beta Phi; AIEE-IRE. 



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BENNIE MELL COVINGTON 

MEBANE, N C 
Agricultural Education 



DONALD NESBITT COX 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Alpha Phi Omega, Pres 2; AIEE-IRE, Apollo 
Club, Society of Cardinal; Engineers Council 
3, 4, Treas 4; Chr E. E Engineers Fair; College 
Union Comm. 1, 2 



JAMES ALLEN COX 

TABOR CITY, N C 
Industrial A rts 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Intramural Football 1, 2; 
Industrial Arts Club 



RALPH JACKSON CRABTREE 

CARTHAGE. N C 
Field Crops 

Forestry Club; Agronomy Club 



CHARLES SPURGEON CRAIG 

DURHAM, N C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 



JIMMY HAROLD CRAIN 

SALINAS, CALIF 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Monogram Club Treas ; 
Veterans Club; YDC Club. 

HUGH MALEN CREED 

MT AIRY, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE; Veterans Club. 

FRANK WILFRED CROFT 

MARTCOM, GLENVIEW NAS, ILL 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Pi, Alumni Correspondent 2, V.P. 3; AIIE; 
WKNC Radio 1 ; Interfraternity Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Cadet Captain, 4 

DANIEL GAY CROUCH 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 3, 4, Chr. Social Comm 3. 4; CU Activities 
Comm 4; Glee Club 3. 

GWYN NORMAN CRUMP 

HICKORY, N, C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Intramural Athletics 1, 3, 4; 
Dorm Mgr 1, Officer; AIEE 1, 2, 3, 4, Veterans 
Club 1, 2, 3. 4; YDC 4. 



KELLY RAYGENE CRUMP 

LENOIR, N C. 
Industrial Arts 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club 3, 
Veterans Assoc. I, 2, 3. 



ROY HAROLD CUDD 

KANNAPOLIS, N, C 
Textile Weaving and Designing 

CU Hobby Comm 1 , 2 



ROBERT NICHOLAS CULLIS 

SOUTHPORT, N C 
Electrical Engineering 



THOMAS PAUL CURTIN 

RALEIGH, N, C 
Chemical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Newman Club, AICE 



ROBERT MIGNEREY CUSHMAN 

SOUTHERN PINES, N C. 
Textiles, General Option 

Kappa Tau Beta, Pres ; Delta Kappa Phi; Tomp- 
kins Textile Council; Intramural I, 2, 3. 




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CHARLES K. CUTTS, JR. 

STOVALL. N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Wrestling 2, 3; Monogram 
Club 



ROBERT CARL CYBRYNSKI 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Industrial Arts. Technical Option 

Industrial Arts Club; Newman Club. 



DHIMANT SUNDERLAL DALAL 

BOMBAY, INDIA 
Textile Chemistry 

Table Tennis; International Students Croup. 



WILLIAM LEE DANIELS, JR. 

FT. BRACC, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; Veterans Club. 



BILL BRYSON DAVIS 

SYLVA, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 



CARLTON EARL DAVIS 

COLDSBORO, N C. 
Field Crops 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Alumni Sec; Social Comm., 
I FC , Thirty and Three; Agriculturist Asso. Ed- 
itor; Crescent; Intramural 2. 3. 4, Chrm jr.-Sr 
3, Student Govt. Rep. 1, 2, 3; Collegiate 4-H 
Club; Ag Club; Agronomy Club, National Presi- 
dent. Local Treas., Corr. Sec. 



DON MAYNARD DAVIS 

EARL, N C. 
Poultry Science 

Poultry Science Club, V.P.; Phi Kappa Phi; Poul 
try Judging Team; Ag Club. 

DONALD DAVIS 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 



ROBERT ERNEST DAVIS 

THOMASVILLE, N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Textile Forum, Circulation 
Manager. 



THOMAS PAUL DAVIS 

SHELBY, N, C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club. 



THOMAS WILLIS DAVIS 

BEAUFORT, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu, Pres. 4; Al IE; Veterans Club 



JOHN ROBERT DAWSON 

HAMPTON, \A 
Engineering Physics 

Theta Chi, Publicity Chr , Pledge Marshal; CU 
Social and Outing Comm, Library Comm. 2; 
Charter Member Student Toastmasters Club. 



ELBURN HUGH DAUGHTRY, JR. 

MT. OLIVE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Football I; Wrestling 2; Intramurals I, . 



OSBORNE CLARK DAVIS 

DAVIS, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural 4 



HUBERT DEAL, JR. 

MARSHALL, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 



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LEONARD FRANKLIN DEAN 

OXFORD, N. C. 
Electrical En gin eering 

Pres., I.D.C. 4; Dorm Pres. 4; Publicity Dir, 
IDC 4; Dorm Sec. 3, 4; AIEE-IRE 4; Band 1; 
CUSC 4; CU Board of Directors 4 

PHILIP MAURICE DEANS 

WILSON, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Dorm V.P. 3, Pres. 4, Mgr. 4; I DC. 3, 4, Sec. 4; 

IAS 3, 4, Treas 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4, 
Exec. Officer 4; YDC 3, 4; American Rocket 
Society 4. 

WILLIS ROBERT DEATON 

CORNELIUS, N, C 
Civil Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi, Pres ; Baseball 1 ; Class Treas. 
4; Engineering Senator; Alternate Member En- 
gineers Council; I FC 

OLMEDO AURELIO deDIEGO, JR. 

MT. PLEASANT. N C 

Nuclear Engineering 
Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi, 
WKNC; A IP ; American Rocket Society; Amer- 
ican Nuclear Society. 

BRIAN MAHON DEELY, JR. 

NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma 

ALEXANDER BUNN DENSON 

WHITAKERS, N. C 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Amer. Society of Heating and Air Conditioning 
2, 3, 4, Seer. 4; Southern Engineer Staff 2, 3. 
4; Circulation Mgr. 3; Dorm Floor Mgr 

BRYSON TALMON DICKERSON 

OXFORD, N. C. 
Textiles 

BOBBY HOWARD DILLINGHAM 

CLIFFSIDE, N C 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE-IRE 

CHARLES ROYCE DIXON 

SILER CITY, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Veterans Assoc; ASME 

JOSEPH EVANS DIXON 

MAPLE HILL, N C 
Horticulture 

Horticulture Club; Ag Club, YDC, Pianist Clee 
Club 3. 4; Canllonneur 3, 4; YMCA Cabinet 
1, 2, 3, 4, Seer 4 

RODNEY McSWAIN DIXON 

STATESVILLE, N C. 
Ceramic Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain 3, Sec Pledge; ACS 
1. 2. 3. 4, Treas 4; Dorm Sec. 4; Arnold Air 
Society; AFROTC; Talent for Service Scholar- 
ship. 

BACHMAN DOAR, JR. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Kappa Alpha; ASCE; Tau Beta Chi; Intramurals 
'. 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD ALLISON DOBYNS, JR. 

DUBLIN, VA. 
Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta 
Pi, Recording Sec. 4; Honors Program; Veterans 
Assoc, 3, 4; AIEE-IRE 3, 4. 

J. OLIVER CROMWELL DODGE 

NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y. 

Forest Management 

Forestry Club; Society American Forestry 

ERNEST NOLAND DONAHOE, JR. 

FREDERICKSBURG, VA. 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Nu, VP 4; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All Campus Sports 3. 





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MILTON THOMAS DOOLEY 

RALEICH, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

JERRY CRANDEL DORMAN 

RALEICH, N. C. 
Agriculture Education 

YMCA 1 ; Ag Education Club. 

GARY FRANKLIN DOZIER 

RALEICH, N. C. 
Wood Products Merchandising 

Pmetum Staff I, 3, Business Mgr. 3; Wood 
Products Research Society I, 2, 3, 4; Forestry 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; YMCA Cabinet I. 

JOSEPH ADDISON DuBOIS, JR. 

MOREHEAD CITY, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Arnold Air Society; Amer 
Society Mechanical Engrs ; Military Ball Assoc. 
Rep 

CARLTON WALKER DUKE, JR. 

NORLINA, N. C 
Engineering Mathematics 

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2,- 3, 4; Inter Dorm Council 3, 4; Dorm 
V P. 3. Pres. 4; Talent for Service Scholarship, 
Senior Honors Program. 

JAMES CURTIS DUPREE 

SMITHFIELD. N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Intramural Softball 2, Football 2, AIEE; Veterans 
Assoc. 

FRED LYLES EARGLE 

TRYON, N. C 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Economics Survey Committee 

WILLIAM TAYLOR EASTER 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu, Pres , Tau Beta Pi, Cataloguer. 
Phi Kappa Phi, Vice-President; AIEE-IRE Joint 
Student Branch, Honors Program; Westinghouse 
Achievement Scholar. 

CARL ARTHUR EBHARDT 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE-IRE; Amateur Radio Club; Engineers Fair 

JOSEPH HAROLD ECKERD 

MARION, N C 
Chemical Engineering 

ATCHE 

JAMES BARKSDALE EDMONDSON 

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Vice-Pres Bagwell Dormih; 

EDWIN RAY EDWARDS 

NEWTON CROVE, N C 
Civil Engineering 

Dormitory Secretary; ASCE 

TED ALFRED EDWARDS 

BELMONT, N C 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; 
Veterans Assn I, 2, 3, 4. 

JOSEPH AMORY EGGLER 

RALEICH, N, C. 
Forestry Management 

Forestry Club. 

SAMUEL JAMES ELLEN 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 
Civil Engineering Construction 

Engineers Fair. 



JOHN DOANE ELLENBERG 

BURLINGTON, N C. 
Chemical Engineering 

Arnold Air Society; Intramural Sports I, 2, 
AICHE, Office Corresponding Secretary 2; 
AFROTC: YDC. 



THOMAS M. ELLINGTON, JR. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering anil 

Industrial Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau 



KENNETH EUGENE ELLIOTT 

BLACK MOUNTAIN. N C. 

Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Managing Editor Southern Engineer; A I P 



HORACE RICHARD ELZEY 

CRESTON. N. C 
Mathematics Education 



BOBBY YATES EMORY 

RALEIGH. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 



FRANK ROBERT ENLOE 

WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

Tau Alpha Sigma, Gamma Sigma Delta; Editorial 
Staff of Agriculturist; Leopold Wildlife Club. 

RICHARD EPPES, JR. 

HOPEWELL, VA. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Floor Manager 4 

ROBERT EARL ERNULL 

NEW BERN, N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma; Pi 
Tau Sigma, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Mono- 
gram Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class Representative to 
Athletic Council 3; IAS 1, 2, 3, 4; College 
Union Board of Chairmen 2, Apollo Club 3, 4, 
American Rocket Society 4, Disciples Student 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. Worship Chairman, En- 
listment Chairman 

CAMPBELL DAVIS ESKRIDGE 

SHELBY, N. C. 

Forestry Management 

Veterans Club 

CHARLES ROBERT ESKRIDGE, JR. 

SHELBY, N C 
Engineering Mathematics 

Kappa Alpha; Golf 1, 2. 



JUDSON PAUL ESSEX, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Golden Chain; Board of Directors WKNC; Ed- 
itor Southern Engineer; Board of Student Pub- 
lications; President College Union; AIIE: YMCA 
Cabinet; Consolidated University Student Coun- 
cil; Engineers Council 

JOSEPH LISTER ETHERIDGE 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; ASCE; Publicity Chairman 2, 
Treasurer Delta Sigma, Phi Frat 4. 

DARRELL JOE EUDY 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu, Corresponding Secretary; AIEE 
Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Veterans Assn. Se ' 

ROBERT GLENN EUDY 

ALBEMARLE. N C. 
M echanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; ASME. 

LYNN WADE EURY 

NEW LONDON, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Inter Dormitory Council 3, 4, AIEE Publicity 
Chairman; IRE, Intramural Basketball and Vol- 
leyball; Dorm President and Manager. 




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WILLIAM ERNEST EVANS 

RFREESBORO, N. C. 
Elect Heal Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma 1 ; The Technician 1 . 

CARL ANDREW EVERLEIGH, JR. 

LUMBERTON, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; IRE: AIEE: Veterans Club 

RICHARD DENNIS FADGEN 

WOONSOCKET, R I. 
Industrial anil Rural Recreation 

Swimming I. 2, 3, 4, Captain of Team; Outing 
Committee; Monogram Club 

THOMAS KILBY FAISON, JR. 

FAISON, N. C 
Heating anil Air Conditioning 

Intramurals 1, 2; American Society of Heating 
and Air Conditioning. Assistant Floor Manager 
Tucker Don 1 

WILLIAM CASPER FARNER 

MORCANTON, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Al IE 2. 3. 4; Young 
Republicans Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. Presi- 
dent 4; Engineer's Council 3; Military Ball Assn. 
I 



RONALD BRUCE FELTON 

ROCKY MOUNT, N, C 
Al etallurgical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Intramural Sports 3, 4 for Delta 
Sigma Phi; Staff Announcer WKNC; AIME. 
American Society of Metals; American Ceramir 
Society; YMCA; Pledgemaster Delta Sigma Phi, 
Transfer Student from East Carolina College. 

DAVID NEIL FERGUSON 

CASTONIA, N C 
Nuclear Engineering 

Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship; American Nu- 
clear Society; American Rocket Society; American 
Institute of Physics. 

EDWIN ORVILLE FINCH 

BAILEY. N C 
Agricultural Engineering 

WKNC 1. 2. 3, 4. Station Manager 1; ASAE 

1, 2. 

JUNIUS VIRGIL FISHER, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Pi ; American Society Civil Engineers 

ROY EDWARD FISHER II 

GREENSBORO, N. C 
Al ecbanical Engineering 

Arnold Air Society; ASME. 



WILLIAM PERSON FITTS 

LITTLETON, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 



WILLIAM JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Al ecbanical Engineering 



HUGH LARRY FLETCHER 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; Veterans Club 



JOHN EDWARD FLETCHER 

MARION, N C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; IAS I. 2, 3, 4, Recording, 
Pi Tau Sigma, 3, 4, Vice-President a , Secretary 
4; Military Ball Association Committee 4, 
AFROTC Lt Colonel Material Officer; Arnold 
Air Society 3, 4. 



WAYNE THOMAS FLINCHUM 

CARTHAGE, N C 
Field Crops 

Forestry Club; Agronomy Club 




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ROGER MARCUS FLOWERS 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE 

MARTIN BOGER FOIL, JR. 

CONCORD, N. C. 
Textiles 

Sigma Tau Sigma. 

JOHN WESLEY FOLSON 

NEWPORT NEWS, V'A 
Nuclear Engineering 

American Institute of Physics; Alpha Phi Omega; 
CU Committee. 

WALTER KEMP FOREHAND 

SOUTH MILLS. N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE. 

JOHN GEROME FORMY-DUVAL, II 

WHITEVILLE. N, C. 

Forest Management 
Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; BSU 
1, 2. 3, 4; President Wake County BSU. Council 
2; Forestry Club 3. 4; Activities Chairman BSU 2 

WILEY C. FORREST, JR. 

kINSTON, N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

GENE RAY FOUST 

LEXINGTON. N C 

Wood Products Merchandising 

Alpha Gamma Rho; Intramurals 3, 4; Forestry 
Senator 4; Forestry Club; Forest Products Re- 
search Society 

ALBERT DEAN FOX 

WILMINGTON, N C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

American Recreation Society; NC Recreation So- 
ciety. Intramurals Basketballl Official 3. 4; Foot- 
ball Official 4, CU Social Committee 2 

WILLIAM PENMAN FRANKLIN 

WILSON. N C 
Civil Engineering Construction Option 

WRAY EDWARDS FREEMAN 

RUTHERFORDTON, N C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club 

BOBBIE EUGENE FREEZE 

FLINT. MICH 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon 3. 4; ASCE 3, 4; Engineers Council 
Representative 4. 

ERNEST MASON FRIAR, JR. 

TARBORO, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau; Intramural Softball and Football, 
AIEE, IRE, Treas. Social Fraternity 4 

GURNEY VAN FRYE 

HIGH POINT, N C 
Animal Husbandry 

Treas Animal Industry Club, Meats Judging 
Team 3; Livestock Judging Team 4, Ag Club; 
Animal Industry Club. 

THOMAS RAY FULGHUM 

WILSON, N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Ed Club, YDC; Student 
Government 2, 3. 

BOBBY LEE FULLER 

DURHAM, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; I F C Council 3; AFROTC 
Drill Team 1. 2. 








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WILLIAM FRANKLIN FUNDERBURK 

KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

BEN GAY FUTRELL 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 
Yarn Manufacturing 

Intramural Basketball Fourth Dormitory; Vice- 
Pres. Fourth Dormitory. Dormitory Manager. 

PHILIP GAINES 

NEW BRITAIN. CONN 

Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; 
I. F. C. Representative; AlChE. 

WILLIAM GEORGE GAITHER, JR. 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

JACK ALLEN GARDNER 

PASADENA, CALIF. 
Nuclear Engineering 

JAMES DONALD GARDNER 

MT. AIRY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Club; IRE. 

WILLIAM WRIGHT GARDNER 

WILMINGTON, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Business Manager Agro- 
meek. 

JOHN BARNUM GARLAND 

MATTHEWS, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Theta Tau. 

CARLTON LEROY GARNER, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Rocket Society 4; Math Club 4; Veterans Club 
I, 2, 3; Engineers Fair 3. 

DONALD LEE GARREN 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Veterans Club; 
Masonic Lodge 167; ASME; U S. Marine Re- 
serve. 

CHARLES HOLT GARRISON 

HAW RIVER, N. C 
Geological Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; AIME. 

HENRY HORACE GATEWOOD 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; ASCE; YMCA, Cab- 
inet; Band; Math Club. Engineering Honors Pro- 
gram; URAC Representative. 

BENJAMIN GORDON GENTRY, JR. 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 
Industrial Arts 

Industrial Arts Club; YDC. 

CRITZ HORTON GEORGE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
American Institute of Physics; American Rocket 
Society; CU Activities Committee; Talent for 
Service Scholarship Program; Honors Program 

JOE CORNWELL GETTYS 

SHELBY, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; CU Outing Committee 



EDWARD LEE GIBBON 

RICHMOND, VA 
lores! Management 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Xi Sigma Pi 
Forestry Club; Army ROTC. 



GERALD WARREN GIBSON 

LAURINBURC, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau. 



RALPH GIBSON 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 



RICHARD OLMSTEAD GILBERT 

WILTON, CONN. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club. 



CHARLES HERBERT GILL 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association. 



THOMAS ODELL GILMORE 

JULIAN, N. C. 
Horticulture 

FarmHouse; Alpha Zeta 3, 4, Banquet Chairman 
4; Blue Key 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Pi 
Alpha Xi 3, 4; Agriculturist, Editorial Staff 3. 
4; Football Dormitory and Frat 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball Dormitory 1, 2; Vice-President I.F.C.; Presi- 
dent and Treasurer YDC; Vice-President Horti- 
culture Club; Vice President Ag Club; Apollo 
Club; Senator, Student Government. 

HARVEY DEVEREAUX GINN 

SNOW HILL, N. C. 
Animal Husbandry 

AgClub;A. I. Club. 

VICTOR EMERSON GLENN II 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Basketball 3. . 

OTIS EDWIN GOAD, JR. 

MT. AIRY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Alpha Phi Omega; Secretary Stadium Dormitory 
AIEE. 

ROBERT BAIRD GODLEY 

WRICHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Kappa Alpha; AIIE. 



ROBERT FISHER GOFF 

AYDEN, N. C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



BARRY LEE GOMBOROV 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
Textile Management 

Sigma Alpha Mu; Business Manager, Exchequer 
4, President Hillel Foundation 2. 3, 4; Radio 
Station WKNC 3; Editor AFROTC Yearbook 2; 
Fraternity Intramurals. 



GUSTAVO ALBERTO GOMEZ 

MANACUR, NICARAGUA 
Chemical Engineering 

Soccer Varsity Team 2; International Committee; 
Toastmasters Club; CEA. 

RAMON SALVADOR GOMEZ 

MATANZAS, CUBA 
Industrial Engineering 

Newman Club. 

TOBIAS WESTWOOD GOODMAN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Geological Engineering 

Rockhound Club 1, 2, 3, 4; American Institute 
of Physics 4; Rocket Club 4. 




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FLOYD EDWIN GOODNIGHT 

CONCORD, N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE2, 3, 4; AIRE 3, 4. 



ROBERT JUDSON GRAY, JR. 

CASTONIA, N. C. 
Architecture 

Chairman CU Theatre Committee 3. 



DONALD NEALE GREENE 

HIGH POINT, N C. 

Mechanical Engineering anil 

Engineering Mechanics 

Phi Eta Sigma; IAS I, 2; Veterans Club 1. 



RAY HOWARD GORMAN 

RALEIGH, N, C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE, 



WILLIAM HUGH GRAY 

SUPPLY, N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 



STEWART WARREN GREGG 

LENOIR, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 3; Air Force 
Reserve 1,2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES GOTUACO 

MANILA, P. I. 
Textile Chemistry 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. 



PAUL DAVIS GRADY III 

KENLY, N C 
Industrial Arts 

Epsilon Pi Tau. 



WILLIAM DeWITT GRAHAM 

MT. ULLA. N. C 
Dairy Manufacturing 



CHARLES EARL GREEN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

AIEE; Bank 3, 4, Vice-President. 



RICHARD EDWARD GREEN 

WAYNESVILLE, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Mars Hill Jr. Col- 
lege 1 , 2. 



CHESLEY McAULAY GREENE 

MT CILEAD, N C 
Horticulture 

Alpha Zeta; Horticulture Club, President 4; 
Club; YDC 



CHARLES ROY GRIFFIN, JR. 

PINETOPS, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Radio Station WKNC 1. 2, 3. 4, Technical Di- 
rector 2, 3, 4; Amateur Radio Club W4ATC, 
President 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; AIEE, 
IRE 1, 2, 3, 4 

DEWEY MAURICE GRIFFITH 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; ASME; Business 
Manager of Band; "Lamplighters" Orchestra. 

EDWARD VANCE GRIFFIN, JR. 

NASHVILLE, N. C. 
Wood Products Merchandising 

Pi Kappa Alpha; YDC; Forest Products Research 
Society; Oak Ridge Military Institute. 




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EUGENE LEVAN GRIFFIN, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural Sports 3. 4, Baseball 1 ; Veterans As- 
sociation, Secretary 2; ASME 3, 4. 

DOUGLAS LEROY GUNNELL 

PORTSMOUTH, VA. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Technician; Sigma Nu; Vice-President Junior 
Class. ASHACE; Band; Ring Committee 2. 

HERMAN CURTIS GUNTER 

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N, C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; Veterans Association 

LAYTON HERBERT GUNTER, JR. 

GRAHAM, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

IFC; Intramurals2, 3, 4; ASCE. 

WENDELL LEE GUTH 

ELKIN, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramurals 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, 4 

JAMES HENRY GWALTNEY 

DURHAM, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Veterans Association; ASME. 

DONALD NATHAN HAFER 

PORT CLINTON, PA 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Football 4; Baseball 4; Monogram Club. 

DONALD ORZANDO HAGLER 

BARTLESVILLE, OKLA 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Agromeck 2; Industrial Arts Club 

charles Mcdonald hagwood 

YOUNGSVILLE, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta 
Pi, AICE 3, 4. Treasurer 4. 

BRUCE THOMAS HAINLEY 

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA 

Textiles 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 

3, 4; Men's Campus Code Board 4; Phi Psi , 

Tompkins Textile Society. 

CHARLES MILBY HALL 

BENSON, N C. 
Mathematics Education 

President Math and Science Club 4; Veterans 
Association. 

JAMES ALLEN HALL 

HALIFAX, VA 
Electrical Engineering 

Institute of Radio Engineers 

WALTER WILLIAM HAMILTON 

GASTON I A, N C 

Mechanical Engineering, 

Heating and Air Conditioning 

ASME; ASHACE. NC Society of Engineers 

JOHN JASPER HAMM, JR. 

DURHAM, N C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Delta Sigma Phi; ASAE. Agriculture Club; BTU; 
Veterans Association, 

CHARLES WAYNE HAMMER 

SILER CITY, N. C. 
Textiles 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Sigma; 
Scabbard and Blade; Delta Kappa Phi; Battle 
Group Commander, Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent. 





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WILFRED ALLEN HAMMOND 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard & Blade 3. 4; 
ASCE 3, 4. 

WILBOURNE EASLEY HAMNER 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 
Architectural Design 

Scabbard & Blade; Arnold Air Society; Pershing 
Rifles; Commanding Officer AFROTC Drill Team 
3; Gallery Committee; Student Chapter AIA. 

HARVEY GRAY HANCOCK 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

NCEA; Veterans Association 1 , 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 2. 

RAYVINE HANFORD 

HENDERSON, N. C 
Metallurgical Engineering 

American Society for Metals. 

JOSEPH LAURISTON HANNAH 

WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Intramural Football; Basketball; Softball 1, 2, 3. 
4; Dormitory Athletic Director 4; Air Force 
Drill Team I, 2; IAS 4; AFROTC I, 2, 3. 4; 
Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Dormitory 
Floor Manager 4 

ROY NATHAN HARDING 

LEXINGTON, KY. 
Wood Products Merchandising 

WILLIAM ROBERT HARDING 

CHOCOWINITY, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Scabbard & Blade 2; ASCE 

WILLIAM KEITH HARDY 

KINSTON, N. C. 
Metallurgical Engineering 

WALTER CLYDE HARKINS 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE. 
IRE 

WILLIS HAROLD HARPER 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi 

ROY LEE HARRINGTON 

CONCORD. N. C 
M echanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President; Pi Tau Si. 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; ASME. 

CLAUDE MORRIS HARRIS, JR. 

BILTMORE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 
' '- Veterans Association 

HERBERT HUNTER HARRIS 

RALEIGH. N. C. 
Agriculture 

Ag Club 

LAWRENCE HARRIS, JR. 

WAKE FOREST, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Blue Key; 30 & 3; Golden Chain, Tau Beta 
Pi. Sigma Pi Sigma; Student Government Judicial 
Board. Chairman; Consolidated University Stu- 
dent Council; Student Government and Orien- 
lation Committee; YMCA; Apollo Club; AIP 

MERRELLE WASHINGTON HARRIS 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Agricultural Economic* 

Alpha Gamma Rho; Ag Economics Club; Ag Club. 



BRUCE ARTHUR HARRISON 

QUITMAN, CA. 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

Intramural Sports; Intercollegiate Straight Rail 
Billiard Team 2. 3. 4; Leopold Wildlife Club. 



ROGER ZANE HART 

GRANITE FALLS, N. C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 

ASAE; Float Chairman 3. 



RUSSELL EUGENE HASSELL, JR. 

JAMESTOWN, N, C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; Veterans Association. 



GEORGE HARRISS 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Theta Tau, Secretary 1; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; 
Veterans Association. 



DONALD LEE HARTON 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Vet- 
erans Association 



GLEN CARLTON HATCHER 

SELMA, N. C. 
Agriculture Engineering 

ASAE 1,2,3,4; BSU 3. 



ALBERT STUART HART 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Agromeck Photographer 
3, 4; Scabbard & Blade; Honorary Military So- 
ciety; Pershing Rifles. 



RICHARD McEUEN HARVEY 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Kappa Alpha; ASCE 



LARRY HOUSTON HATLEY 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Kappa Phi Kappa; BSU 1, 2; Industrial Arts 
Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1,2; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANKLIN DELANO HART 

ANGIER, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Honors Engineering Pro- 
gram, 

NEIL DOUGLAS HART 

KINSTON, N. C. 
Engineering Physics 

American Institute of Physics; Veterans Asso- 
ciation. 



HURLEY LEON HARWARD 

ELIZABETH CITY, N C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 3. 4; Veterans Association 2, 3, 4; Delta 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM HAYES HARWELL 

CONCORD, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 



GEORGE WILBUR HAWKINS, JR. 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 



HAROLD GILBERT HAYES 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Agricultural Education 

YDC. 




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GEORGE EDWIN HEDRICK, JR. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
M echanical Engineering 

ASIE; ASME; Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3. 4; As- 
sistant Floor Manager Tucki 



JOE BENNETT HENNINGS 

EAST BEND, N, C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE; Intramurals 1, 2 



ROBERT FREEMAN HIBBARD 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Delta Sigma Phi; Intramural Football 
ROTC; Scabbard & Blade; Alpha Phi Omega. 



GUY ALEXANDER HELMS 

CONCORD. N. C. 
Wood Products Merchandising 

Alpha Phi Omega; Pinetum Photographer 2, 3, 
4; Fencing Team 1,2; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Program Chairman 2; Forest Product Research 
Society 2, 3, 4; Student Government 2; Forestry 
Honor Committee 2; Wesley Foundation. 

WILLIAM DEAN HENDERSON 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASME. 

JAMES WILLIAM HENDRIX 

GREENVILLE, N. G 
Soils 
FarmHouse; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta 
Sigma; American Society of Agronomy; President 
Owen Dormitory 3; Vice-President Collegiate 4-H 
Club; Secretary Agricultural Club. 

AMOS BROOKS HENLEY 

LINVILLE, N. G 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Christian Fellowship. 



JAMES AUSTIN HENSON 

FOREST CITY, N. G 
Weaving and Design 



CLARENCE EUGENE HERMAN 

HICKORY, N. G 
Ceramic Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; ACS I, 2, 3, 4; Engineers 
Council 2, 3, 4; Southern Engineer 1, 2; Tra I 
] , Freshman Orientation Group Leader 4. 



MALCOLM LoROY HERRING 

WILSON, N. G 
Industrial Engineering 

Al IE, Veterans Association. 



PHILIP GORDON HESTER 

ROXBORO, N. C. 
Wildlife Management and Conservation 

Leopold Wildlife Club 



FRANK GEORGE HICKMAN 

NEW BERN, N. G 
Industrial Arts 



AHMED AFIF HILAL 

ALEPPO, SYRIA 
Textiles 

International Club; Cosmopolitan Club; ASO; 
YMCA. 



DAVID BRIGHT HILBURN, JR. 

BLADENBORO. N. G 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE; Phi Eta Sigma. 



CHARLES HENRY HILL 

KINSTON, N. G 
Industrial Engineering 

Al IE : Intramurals 1, 2; CU Activities Committee 
1,2; YDC; Veterans Association. 




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HORACE LEON HILL 

SHELBY, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 

RICHARD RAY HILL, JR. 

YOUNCSVILLE, N. C. 
Field Crops 
Circulation Manager. Editor. Crops and Soils 
3, 4; Agronomy Club; American Society of Ag. 

JERRY LLOYD HINSHAW 

GREENSBORO, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
AIEE 

CLYDE KEITH HINSON 

OAKBORO. N. C 
Agriculture Education 
Intramurals I, 2. ?. 4; Big Four Day 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Legislature 1 ; Ag Club; Ag Ed Club; ROTC 

WILLIE LEE HODGE 

RUTHERFORDTON. N C 
Textile Chemistry 

American Association of Textile Chemists and 
Colorists. 

FORNEY MOORE HOKE, JR. 

HAVELOCK. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE: Veterans Club; Research Work for Red- 
stone Arsenal. Huntsville. Ala 4 

LARRY DAVID HOKE 

HICKORY. N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 

PHILLIP PARKER HOLLAND 

FRANKLIN, VA. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Fourdrinier Society 3. 4, Secretary 4; Cross Coun- 
try I 

GEORGE McBRAYER HOLMES 

LINCOLNTON, N C 
Engineering Mathematics 

Theta Chi; WKNC 53; Wake Forest College 
53; Literary Societv: International Relations 
Club; Veterans Club; CU Film Committee; Sec- 
retary Theta Chi 55, 56; American Rocket So- 
YRC 

EMMITT MELVIN HONEYCUTT, JR. 

FAYETTEVILLE, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 
Track Team 1; Intramural Football 4; Basket- 
ball 2 3. 4; IAS; Air Force ROTC; Treasurer 
Arno'd Air Society 

CLARENCE ELAM HOOD, JR. 

NEWTON, N C 

Agricultural Engineering 

ASAE 

JONATHAN WINFIELD HOOKS 

KENLY. N C 
Field Crops 

Kappa Phi Kappa; A3 Club; Agronomy Club 

JAMES N. HOOVER 

BOSTIC. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

EDWARD PAUL HORDUBAY 

WINDBER, PA. 
Textile Chemistry 

Phi Psi; AATC u C: Intercollegiate Football 4; 
Basketball. Softball 3; ROTC 

HARVEY ALAN HOROWITZ 

OXFORD, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICHE 2. 3, 4; American Rocket Society 4; CU 
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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JAMES ARLEN HORTON 

AHOSKIE, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 

WILLIAM E. HORTON 

ROXBORO, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Club 2, ?. 4; IRE 4; AIEE 4 

RICHARD SLATER HOSKINS 

BRONX, N. Y. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 3, 4; CU Dance Committee 2; Social 
Committee 3, Library Committee 4; BSU 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

ONI PINCKNEY HOUSTON, JR. 

MOORESVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; WKNC 

JOSEPH GLASGOW HOWE 

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Corresponding Sec- 
retary; ASCE. 

KENNETH LEE HOWE 

GASTON I A, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

FarmHouse; Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
Animal Industry Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4' 
Collegiate 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GEORGE WALTER HOYLE 

NEWTON, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; IRE. 

ARLEN GLADSTONE HUDSON 

MOUNT OLIVE. N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

BEN AVERY HUDSON 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. 

Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi. 

FRANK ROBERT HUFF 

PEEKSKILL, N. Y. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; AIEE; Honorary 
Vice-President of Phi Kappa Phi 

RALPH EDWARD HUFFMAN, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; AIEE: Veterans Club. 

WILLIAM AVERY HUNEYCUTT 

NORWOOD, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 

GEORGE EUGENE HUNSUCKER, JR. 

BELMONT, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

JAMES BAXTER HUNT, JR. 

ROCK RIDGE, N. C 
Agricultural Education 

30 and 3; Blue Key; Golden Cham; Alpha Zeta; 
Kappa Phi Kappa; Editor "Agriculturist"; Stu- 
dent Government Senator 2; President Student 
Government 3, 4; Member CUSC 2, Board of 
Directors 2; Publications Board 2, Athletic Coun- 
cil 2; Ag Club; Ag. Ed Club; YDC 

JAMES LARRY HUNTLEY 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Ceramic Engineering 

Vice President Keramos 4; Scabbard and Blade 

3, 4; ACS 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; YRC 2, 3, 4, 

Treasurer 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES CLYDE HUTCHINS 

MOCKSVILLE, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 

ASAE 



JAMES RICHARD HUTCHINSON 

MORVEN. N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE: Veterans Club. 



BASS UTIE HYATT, JR. 

BRASSTOWN, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

FarmHouse 



JOSEPH KING INGRAM 

BADIN, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi; Inrramurals 1 , 2. 3. 4. 



JOHN DOUGLAS INMAN 

PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE; Scabbard & Blade 



RICHARD WILLIS IVEY 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 

DONALD GEORGE JACKSON 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. 
Wood Technology 

Forestry Club; Forest Products Research So- 
ciety; Apollo Club. 

JIMMY RAY JACUMIN 

RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. N. C 
Nuclear Engineering and 
Mechanical Engineering 

American Institute Physics; Intramural Most 
Outstanding Softball Player; All Campus Soft- 
ball Team; President and Manager Dormitory 
4; Vice President IDC: CU Activities Committee 
and Float Committee. 

ROY BRAXTON JAMES 

FAISON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 3, 4; Veterans Association 3. 4; Delta 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS GEORGE JAMES 

GRAHAM, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Swimming Team 1, 2; Chess Team 1, 2; Sec- 
retary AIP 3. 



WILLIAM THOMAS JAMES, JR. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Phi Eta Sigma; American Institute Physics 2, 3, 
4, Secretary 3; Engineers Council 2, 3, 4; Wes- 
ley Foundation 1. 2, 3, 4; Alexander Dormitory 
Secretary 3. 

FRANK CHARLES JENKINS 

NORWOOD, PA. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Kappa Alpha; ASME: Soccer. 

HOMER LEE PETE JENKINS 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Marketing 

Furniture Club; Vice President Forest Products 
Research Society; President FPRS; Honor Cer- 
tificate. 

JOHN MARTIN JENKINS, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club; Veterans 

Club 

WILLIAM PAUL JENKINS II 

BURLINGTON, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Royal Order of Moose; Veterans Club 3, 4; 
AIEE. 




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JOHN STANLEY JENNINGS 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Forestry Management 



JAMES ROGERS JERNIGAN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 



RANDALL EVERETTE JOBE 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

ASHAE 3, Industrial Arts Club. 



CHARLES BORDEN JOHNSON 

RALEIGH, N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; In- 
stitute of Aeronautical Sciences. 



LARRY BUCKNER JOHNSON 

SANFORD, N. C. 
Animal Husbandry 

YDC 2, 3, 4; Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal In- 
dustry Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM HAL JOHNSON 

TAYLORSVILLE, N. C. 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

FarmHouse; Alpha Zeta; Editor Agriculturist. 



WILLIAM MILLS JOHNSON 

WOODLAND, N. C. 
Agriculture 

Agrii ulture Club; Agronomy Club. 

WILLIAM THOMAS JOINES 

MORAVIAN FALLS, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Veterans Club; AIEE. 



JOE WALTERS JONES 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

American Society of Tool Engineers. 



JOHN BENNETT JONES 

WHITE OAK, N. C. 

Field Crops 

American Society of Agronomy; Track I. 



JOHN EDWIN JONES 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 



PAUL REUBEN JONES 

MOORESBORO, N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi. 



HARRY DELMAR JOHNSON 

MANTEO, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Delta Sigma Phi; Scabbard b Blade; Small Group 
Leader; Student Government Committee on 
Orientation; Advanced ROTC. 



IKE ADAMS JONES, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Science Education 

Sigma Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Intramural Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT RALPH JONES, JR. 

LAURINBURG, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 
Secretary 3, President 4; Member Freshman 
Orientation Commission 4. 




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WILLIAM BOWLING JONES, JR. 

OXFORD, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

Collegiate 4-H Club; Ag Club; Al Club. 

WILLIAM GILES JONES 

PINE HALL, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

RUSSELL EDWARD JORDAN, JR. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
Engineering /Mathematics 

Phi Eta Sigma; American Institute of Physics; 
Math Club; Intramurals Tennis I. 

VERNER NICHOLSON JORDAN, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE. 

ARNOLD LUNSDEN JOSLIN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Mars Hill College; Marching Band 3, 4; Sym- 
phonic Band 3, 4. 

TIBOR JUHASZ 

ZSURK, HUNGARY 
Textiles 

DOUGLAS MEL JURNEY 

HARMONY, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Pi Kappa Phi; Arnold Air Society; Institute of 
Aeronautical Sciences; Historian Pi Kappa Phi; 
AFROTC Major. 

CHARLIE KAW 

RANGOON, BURMA 
Textiles 

Sigma Tau Sigma 

WILLIAM BYRD KAY, JR. 

RED SPRINGS, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma, President Order of 
30 & 3; Secretary Chi Epsilon, Vice President 
Blue Key; Engineering Senator 2, 3, Brigade 
Commander Army ROTC 4, ASCE 3, 4 

WILLIAM RONALD KEEN 

RICH SQUARE, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

President Bagwell Dormitory 58, 59; IDC Execu- 
tive Committee 58, 59. 

MARVIN OWEN KEITH 

FRANKLINTON, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Phi Kappa Tau; Intramurals 3, 4; American Rec- 
reation Society 3, 4 

WAYNE DOUGLAS KELLER 

LENOIR, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 

HENRY LELAND KELLEY 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

ISA 

DARRELL BROWN KELLY 

LILLINGTON, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Westminster Fellowship. 

PAUL 0. KELLY 

NEWPORT, N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

IRE; AIEE; Veterans Club. 



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EDWARD DICKSON KENDRICK, JR. 

FALLSTON, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; American Insti- 
tute of Physics; American Rocket Society; Scab- 
bard & Blade Award (ROTO 2; NC State Col- 
lege Marching and Concert Band 1, 2; Wesley 
Foundation 1, 2. 3, 4, Engineers Council 4. 

WALTER ROBERT KEPLEY, JR. 

SALISBURY, N. C. 
M ecbanical Engineering 

ASME 4. 

LARRY STEVENSON KERR 

MOORESVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Inter Fraternity Coun- 
cil 3, 4. 

WALTER BERNARD KERR 

KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 

M ecbanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Pi Tau Sigma; Freshman Basketball 1 ; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Institute of Aeronautical Sci- 
ences, Corresponding Secretary 4. 

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY, JR. 

CRAMERTON, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 

Kappa Phi Kappa; IA Club, Secretary 3, Vice 
President 4. 

WILLIAM ROSS KIMBALL 

CHINA GROVE, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME. 

THEODORE ALLEN KINCAID 

MORCANTON, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

CAREY ALBERT KINNEY 

WILSON, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME. 

WILLIAM HENRY KIRK 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Intra- 
mural Swimming 3, 4; Dormitory Managei 

WILLIAM EVERETTE KIVETT 

RAMSEUR, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Theta Chi, President 57; ASCE: Vetville Coun- 
ts. 57; IFC 57. 

GENE FARRELL KIZZIAH 

BURLINGTON. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Club. 

RONALD COOPER KLUTTZ 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Marketing 

Furniture Club. 

JAMES THOMAS KNIGHT 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Secretary & Floor Manager Owen Dormitory; 
Secretary W4ATC; AIEE. 

MAX SMITH KNOX 

HUNTERSVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Industrial Arts Club. 

JOE FREDRICK KUMM 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

IRE. 



JOE DARRELL LADD 

GASTON I A, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Scabbard & Blade. 



GEORGE BARRY LAMM 

WILSON, N. C. 
Architecture 

Delta Sigma Phi. 



DORIS FLORENCE LANE 

CUAIMORO, CAMOQUEY, CUBA 

Industrial Engineering 

Secretary Al IE 



RALPH GRAY LANGLEY 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

YDC. 



BETTIE FIELDS LANIER 

WALLACE, N. C. 
Science Education 

Math & Education Club. Vice President. 



JAMES DANIEL LASSITER 

CLAYTON, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Arnold Air Society; American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers; Glee Club 1 ; 
AFROTC Cadet Wing Staff. 



ROY P. LATHROP 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Sigma Chi Fraternity; Blue Key; Feature Editor, 
Associate Editor, Editor, The Technician; Apollo 
Club; Toastmasters Club; CU Board of Directors; 
Consolidated University Student Council; Sum- 
mer Judicial Board. 



WILLIAM JERAL LAUGHTON, JR. 

MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Band; Glee Club; AIEE. 

HUGH LAWING 

MARION, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE; Veterans Club. 



WILLIAM GUY LANE 

RAMSEUR, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 



RAY ROBERTS LASSITER 

AHOSKIE, N. C. 
Wildlife Conservation and Marketing 

Leopold Wildlife Club. 



RALPH BUTNER LEACH 

ABERDEEN, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



SHERRILL GLENN LANEY 

KANNAPOLIS, N. C 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, Treasurer 4. 



LESTER JAMES LaSURE, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Industrial Engineering 

AIIE. 



ROY EUGENE LEACH 

JULIAN, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club; Apollo Club; Veterans Associa- 
tion. 




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CAROL JAMES LEATHERMAN 

NEWTON, N. C. 
Weaving and Design 

Delta Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau Beta; AFROTC, 
Captain. 



JERE LOTT LeGWIN 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Geological Engineering 

Theta Tau; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; 
Engineers Council. 



AIME; 



ORAZIO TORRE LEONE 

COLON, PANAMA 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Treasurer American Society of Heating and Air 
Conditioning; International Committee CU. 



JOHN STEVEN LEDBETTER 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering and EMA 

Eta Kappa Nu; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, AIEE, 
IRE, Secretary IRE; Veterans Club. 



JIMMY DALE LEE 

OAKBORO, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE; Arnold Air Society. 



WILLIE SHERRILL LEE 

FOUR OAKS, N. C. 
I ml it st rial Arts 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Industrial Arts Club. 



WING KAI LEE 

HONG KONG 
Textiles 



THOMAS PRESTON LENNON 

ANDERSON, S. C. 
Forest Management 

Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 3, 4; So- 
ciety of American Foresters. 



LEE ORVILLE LEONARD 

DOUGLAS, WYO 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 

RALPH A. LEONARD 

LOUISBURG, N C. 
Soils 

FarmHouse. 



ROBERT LINDSAY LEONARD 

LEXINGTON. N. G 
Agricultural Economics 

FarmHouse; Ag Club; Ag Economics Club; Alpha 
Zeta; Business Manager Agriculturist; Treasurer 
FarmHouse 57, 58, Business Manager 58, 59. 



JOE CLINT LEWELLYN 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 



TOMMIE KEMP LEWIS 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Technician 3; Leopold Wildlife Club 2; CU Out- 
ing Committee 3, 4, House Committee 4. 



HUGO OSCAR LIEM, JR. 

CONOVER, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 



HARRY VERNON LINDSAY 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Textiles 
Delta Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau Beta; Business 
Manager Textile Forum; Tompkins Textile Coun- 
cil, Veterans Club. 




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HAROLD REID LINEBERGER 

DALLAS, N. C. 
Animal Husbandry 

Alpha Zeta 4; Agriculturist Staff 3. 4; Lutheran 
Students Association 1, 2, 3, 4; State FFA, Pres- 
ident 1 ; Animal Industry Club 3, 4. 

EDGAR C. LINEBERRY, JR. 

SANFORD, N. C. 

M echanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; IAS, Program 
Chairman 4. 

JOHN HENDERSON LIPPARD, JR. 

CLEVELAND, N C 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE , -1 

WILLIAM FRANCIS LIPPARD 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; 
IRE; AIEE; Traffic, Student Government 1 

FRED OSCAR LITTLE, JR. 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 
AIEE, IRE; Veterans Association; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Tau Beta Pi. 

JOHN HEBRON LIVELY, JR. 
TAMPA, FLA 
Forest Management 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Society of American Foresters; 
Pmetum Staff, Student Government, National 
Student Association, Secretary; Consolidated 
University Student Council; Chancellor's Social 
Function Committee; Forestry Club 

VICTOR EUGENE LOCKEY 

CHARLOTTE, N. C 
Textiles 
Delta Kappa Phi; Dormitory Sports, Football 1, 
2, 3, Glee Club 1 

CHAIRMAN DONALD LOFLIN 
ROANOKE RAPIDS, N C. 
Civil Engineering 
ASCE; Veterans Club 
CHARLES KLEM LOMBARD 
RALEIGH, N C 
Nuclear Engineering 
Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP, ARS; Technician Colum- 
nist; Golf Team 1 ; Judicial Board Clerk Summer 
Session 3. 

THOMAS B. LONG, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. G 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi 
Eta Sigma, Intramural Softball and Basketball; 
YDC; AIEE; Vice President Veterans Assoc. 

EVERETT PIERCE LOPPACKER, JR. 

RALEIGH, N C 
Civil Engineering 

Delta Upsilon; American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Golf; Transfer Student from Cornell Uni- 
versity. Attended U S Naval Academy 

WILLIAM PORTER LOWDERMILK 

RALEIGH, N C. 
Civil Engineering 

GENE RAY LOWRIMORE 

TABOR CITY, N C. 

Engineering Mathematics 

Wesley Foundation 

MUMFORD CLYDELL LOVE, JR. 

CONCORD. N G 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 

HUGH McCOLL LUPOLD 

COLUMBIA. S. C. 
Forest Management 

President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 30 & 3; Blue 
Key; Golden Chain; Pinetum Staff; Forestry 
Club; SAF; Apollo Club; Wesley Foundation; 
District One Chairman N. G; Methodist Stu- 
dent Movement; Orientation Committee; Class 
Treasurer 2; Chairman Freshman-Sophomore 













Dance Committee; IFC; Student Government 1, 
2, 3; CUSC; Head Cheerleader; U. S National 
Student Association; Chairman and Educational 
Affairs Vice Chairman Carolina-Virginia Region, 
National Executive Committee, Campus Coordi- 
nator. 



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GEORGE SUELL LYDA 

RALEIGH, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE; Veterans Association 

RUSSELL OSBORNE LYDAY, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N C 
Nuclear Engineering 
Sigma Pi Sigma; WKNC Radio, Alpha Phi 
Omega; American Rocket Society; American In- 
stitute of Physics; American Nuclear Society. 

HARVEY DICK LYERLY 

FAITH, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

WALTER KENNETH LYNCH 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi, Pledge Master 3; Sigma Tau 
Sigma; Editor Textile Forum 4, Staff 3; Tomp- 
kins Textile Council 4; Co-Chairman Textile 
Open House 

VICTOR BRYANT LYNN 

DURHAM, N. C 
Agriculture Education 

Ag Ed Club 

THOMAS ROBERT LYONS, JR. 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 
Civil Engineering 

American Society of Civil Engineers 

JOHN SUMTER MocRAE 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Architecture 

ROBERT MICHAEL McADAMS 

BURLINGTON, N, C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Mu Beta Psi, Amateur Radio Club, Vice Presi- 
dent 3, 4, Treasurer 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Advanced ROTC: American Institute Physics 
- 4 

JAMES EDD McBRIDE 

MT. AIRY, N C. 
Agricultural Education 

ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag Ed Club 2. 3, 4 

CHARLES McCONNELL 

HENDERSONVILLE, N, C. 
Animal Husbandry 

Ag Club 2, 3, 4; Al Club 2, 3. 4. Vice President 
4, Meats Judging Team 

ROBERT ALEXANDER McCORMICK 

SPRING LAKE, N, C 
Wood Products /Merchandising 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Forest Products 
Research Society; West Campus Safety Officer 

HUGH ARTHUR McDERMOTT 

VASS, N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; YRC; Westminster Fellowship. 

ROBERT LAMONT McDONALD 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma 3, 4; Scabbard & Blade 3. 4, ASME 
; , Intramurals 1, 2; CU Employee I, 2, 3. 1, 
Engineering Honors Program 4 

GEORGE HUTAFF McEACHERN 

WILMINGTON, N C 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Pulp and Paper Foundation Scholarship. 

KENNETH EDGAR McFADDEN 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE Veterans Club. 



MERRILL PAYNE McGAVRAN 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE2. 3. 4; Veterans Club A 



JOHNNY RANAL McGLAMERY 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Dairy Manufacturing 

FarmHouse; Agriculturist; Baseball I; Social Di- 
rector FarmHouse, Animal Industry Club; Agn 
culture Club 



THOMAS FRANKLIN MclNTOSH 

MOUNT HOLLY, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, 
IRE. 



RANDOLPH DEWITT MclVER 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 3. 4. Veterans Club 

ERNEST PENN McKNIGHT 

WINSTON-SALEM, N, C. 

Electrical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE 



HUGH MORRIS McKNIGHT 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta 

Pi; AIEE 3 



HAROLD DIXON McLAMB 

NEWTON GROVE, N C 
Mechanized Agriculture 

American Society of Agricultural Engineers 3, 4 



JAMES DOBBIN McNATT 

HIGH POINT, N C 

Wood Technology 
Xi Sigma Pi; Soccer 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Mono- 
gram Club 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 1 ; FPRS 2, 3. 



THOMAS ALEXANDER McNEILL 

RAEFORD. N. C. 
Agriculture Pre Veterinary 



JAMES NEWTON McQUAY 

CHARLOTTE, N, C 
Horticulture 



STANLEY RICHARD MACKAY 

GREENSBORO, N C. 
Textiles 

Track 1 ; Textile Forum Staff, 

JOSEPH EMERSON MADDOX 

GASTONIA, N C. 
Geological Engineering 

Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; AIME; Veterans 
Association; Vice President Rockhound Club. 

PAUL LEE MADREN, JR. 

ELON COLLEGE, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Engineers Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; AIEE; 
IRE Student Branch 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice Chairman 3; 
Chairman of Engineers Fair 4, 

JOHN KENT MANESS 

BISCOE, N C 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Scabbard & Blade. 

ERBIE WILLIAM MANGUM, JR. 

DURHAM, N C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; CU Dance Committee 1, Board 
of Directors 2, 4, Toastmaster 2, 3, 4; Forum 
Committee 3, Chairman 4; YD 4, 




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FRED WILLIAM MANLEY 

REIDSVILLE. N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; 
Golden Cha:n; Blue Key; 30 & 3; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Circulation Manager of Vo-Ag; Class Secretary 
2; YMCA Vice President 3. President 4; Apollo 
Club; Board of Directors Southern Area Student 
YMCA; Agricultural Education Advisory Council; 
Ag Ed. Club; Student Government; Consolidated 
University Student Council 4. 



DANIEL FERREL MANN 

MANTEO, N C. 
Industrial Arts Education 

Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Dorm President 3, Man- 
ager 3; IDC 3; IA Club 3, 4. 

ROBERT KENT MANN 

MEBANE, N. C. 
Agricultural Economics 

Ag Club; Ag. Economics Club. 

DON PACE MANNING 

GREENVILLE, N, C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; ASME 

EDWIN FORREST MARTIN, JR. 

KINSTON, N. C. 
Design 

Gallery Committee, Social; YMCA 



EVERETTE LEWIS MARTIN 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Marketing 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Furniture Club 2, 3, 4; Prod- 
ucts Research Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer. 



CARLE WOODRUFF MASON, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Textile Chemistry 

Delta Kappa Phi 3. 4; ASTC & C 3, 4; "Deitap" 
Editor; Newspaper 4; Delta Kappa Phi; Band 
1,2; YMCA 4; President Canterbury Club I, 
2. 3, 4. 



HOMER LIVINGSTON MASON 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Band 1, 2. 



LUTHER LEE MASON 

YADKINVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 



JAMES STANLEY MASSEY 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE. 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN MASSEY 

ZEBULON, N. C. 
Field Crops 

Agronomy Club. 



RICHARD WESLEY MATTHEWS 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Cross Country 1 ; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 
3, Captain 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; ASME 4, 



ROBERT LYNWOOD MATTOCKS II 

MAYSVILLE, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Dorm Bowling, Softball, Basketball; Forestry 
Club; YDC. 



ALBERT HERR MAXWELL, JR. 

MORGANTON, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

IRE 3, 4. 



ROBERT EDWARD MAY 

KINSTON, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICHE; Secretary Welch Dormitory. 




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HASSELL GRAY MAYBERRY 

WINSTON-SALEM, N, C. 
I ml list rial Engineering 

AIIE, Veterans Club I. 

ELBERT CLIFTON MEARES 

GLOUCESTER. N. C 
Aeronautical Engineering 

IAS. 

BRUCE MEDFORD 

CANTON, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE; ASME; Intramural Softball I, 2, 3; Vet- 
erans Club. 

JUDITH MEDLIN 

CHARLOTTE, N, C. 
Horticulture 

CRAWFORD RUSSELL MEEKS, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. Secretary; Pi Tau 
Sigma, President; Phi Kappa Phi; Veterans Asso- 
ciation; ASME; Union Carbide Scholarship. 

ARCHIE OTIS MELCHOR, JR. 

MOORESVILLE, N. C 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE; AFROTC Advanced; Intramural Sports 
1, 2. 3, 4. 

RAYMOND JAMES MELVIN, JR. 

WASHINGTON D C. 
Electrical Engineering 

IRE; AIEE. 

AUSTEN DAVID MERRICK 

ASHEVILLE, N C 
Field Crops 

Alpha Gamma Rho; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Gam 
ma Rho, "Crescent," Directory; President Ag 
Club 

HAROLD DAVID MEYER 

GERTON. N C 
Geological Engineering 

Rockhound Society; Engineers Council. 

RICHARD MARTIN MEYERS 

GREAT NECK, N Y. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural Handball 1, 2. 3. 4; ASME 

LARRY JOE MICOL 

VALDESE, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Veterans Association; AIEE 

CRAWFORD PAUL MILLER 

ALBEMARLE. N C 
Engineering Physics 

AIP. BSU Choir 2 

GEORGE KIMBALL MILLER, JR. 

OLD FORT, N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

IAS, Arnold Air Society; Vapor Trails 

JAMES CARLTON MILLER 

WEST IEFFERSON, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi 

JAMES SHARPLES MILLER 

GREAT NECK, N. Y, 
Textiles 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Psi ; Monogram Club; 
Sports Editor 3. 4; Track 1,2; Cross Country 2. 





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MARSHALL EDWARD MILLER, JR. 

CONCORD, N C 
Healing and Air Conditioning 

Kappa Alpha Order; ASHACE; Secretary Kappa 
Alpha 4; Captain ROTC; Orientation Croup 
Leader. 

WILLIAM HUGH MILLER 

BOONE. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Association 

FRANK ANDREW MILLS, JR. 

RALEIGH. N C 
furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Furniture Club 

ROYAL HARRISON MINSHEW 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Architecture 

FRANKLIN HERBERT MITCHELL, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Air Force Drill Team 1 

JAMES EDWIN MITCHELL 

LOUISBURG, N C 
Agricultural Economics 

Alpha Gamma Rho 

RILEY EVAN MITCHELL 

TOCCOA, GA. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

DONALD ROYCE MOHORN 

ENFIELD, N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Ag Club, lntrai"ura's 

ARNOLD GRAY MOORE 

KING, N C, 
Electrical Engineering 

National Secretary of AIEE 3, 4; Veterans As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BRYCE HOOD MOORE 

SPINDALE, N C 

Chemical Engineering 

AICHE, Track 1 

CHARLES FRANKLIN MOORE 

BREVARD. N. C 
Forestry 

Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship. Society of 
American Foresters; Forestry Club; Forest Prod- 
ucts Research Society 

DAVID PETE MOORE 

WILSON. N C 
Agricultural Education 

Intramural Sports 3, 4; Ag Club; Ag Education 
Club 

DAVID ROBERT MOORE 

MADISON, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
AIEE, IRE, Student and National 

GLENN HUGH MOORE 

RALEIGH, N, C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Club. 

WILLIAM NATHAN MOORE 

STATESVILLE, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi; Companion of Saint Patrick; MPM 
of Pi Kappa Phi, Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Wake 
Forest College 1; Treasurer Pi Kappa Phi 4; 

Interfraternity Council 4; AIIE 



FREDERICK LANE MOREADITH 

RALEIGH, N C 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta 
Pi; Intramural Football, Basketball. Softball; 
President Chi Epsilon 4, Secretary Sigma Nu 4. 

OTIS CLEVELAND MORGAN 

CANDLER, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Scabbard & Blade; Forestry Club; Advanced 
AFROTC 

RAY EDWARD MORGAN 

ASHEVILLE, N C 
M ecbanical Engineering 
Sigma Chi, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Business 
Manager The Technician; Soccer I 

TOM ADAM MORGAN 

OAKBORO, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa 

DONALD S. MORRIS 

FREMONT. N C 
Agricultural Engineering 

FarmHouse; ASAE Intramural Football, Softball 
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer ASAE 3 



MELVIN KENNETH MORRIS 

RICHFIELD, N. C. 

Industrial Engineering 

Al IE 



ROBERT ALLEN MORROW 

MONROE, N C 
Engineering Mathematics 



VICTOR EUGENE MORROW 

BURNSVILLE, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 



DOROTHY JEAN MORTON 

RALEIGH. N, C. 
Horticulture 

Golden Cham; Pi Alpha Xi, WKNC, CU Board 
of Directors, Chairman, Secretary, Vice Presi- 
dent; ASLA; AIA; Hort Club; Cheerleader; 
Landscape Arch. Club, Secretary Treasurer 



R. V. MOSS 

LENOIR, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE, President 4, SAME; Veterans Club; En- 
gineers Council 



JAMES MONROE MOTSINGER 

HIGH POINT, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Engineers Council 2, Judicial Board, ASME; Vet- 
erans Club. 

MARCUS ALLEN MULKEY 

RALEIGH. N C. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Fourdrinier Society 3, 4. 

JAMES NORBERT MULVANEY 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIEE: Intramurals 3, 4 

NANCY ELIZABETH MUMFORD 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Mars Hill Junior College I, 2; College Union. 
Board of Chairmen 3, 4, Board of Directors 4, 
Hospitality Committee 3, 4, Activities Commit- 
tee 3, 4, Chairman 4, Outstanding Committee- 
man Award 3, High School Day Committee 3; 
Consolidated University Queen Contestant 3; 
Homecoming Queen Contestant 3; YMCA Cab- 
inet 4, Executive Council 4, Chairman Co-ed 
Commission 4; Math Club 4. 

ANDREW WILEY MURDOCH 

WILDWOOD, N C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 




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MAURICE TALMADGE MURRAY 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Elect ric al Engineering 

AIEE; Dormitory Secretary. Floor Manager; Vet- 
erans Club 4. 



ARTIS MEDLIN NARRON 

KENLY. N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

Phi Delta Gamma; Intramurals 1,3; Math and 
Science Club; Veterans Club. 



AVERETTE FLOYD NASH 

ST. PAULS. N C. 

Engineering Mathematics 

ASME 3; Dorm Vice President 4, Manager 4. 

JOHN ROGER NEWBY 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 
Agricultural Economic s 

Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture Club. 



EDWARD deMILHAU NICHOLSON 

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 

Industrial Engineering 
Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Chi; Al IE; Psycho- 
ceramics Society. 



HAROLD LEE NICHOLSON 

GREENSBORO. N. G 
Industrial Engineering 

Al IE; Marching Airmen. 

WAYNE EUGENE NIFONG 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Animal Industry 

Alpha Zeta; Meat Milk; Al Club; Ag Club. 

VERNON DOUGAL NIVEN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Editor Wataugan 49, 50; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Charlotte Club, Treas I, 
President I; Vice President Al IE 1; Theta Tau 
1 ; Veterans Club 1 , Engineers Council 1 ; YRC. 

ARTHUR EDWARD NIVISON 

RALEIGH. N C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma 

JOHN WESLEY NIX 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Textile Chemistry 

Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma, Vice President; 
Phi Psi ; Tompkins Textile Council, Secretary; 
American Association of Textile Chemists and 
Colonsts, Treasurer. 



CHARLES OSSIE NIXON, JR. 

CRAMERTON, N. C. 

Textiles 

Kappa Alpha. 



PETER FRIEDRICH NOHL 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Textiles 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Tau 

Beta; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club; College 

Union, Newman Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Dor- 

. Secretary. 



DONALD WELCH NORMAN 

MT. AIRY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

IRE. 

LEE IRVIN NORTHCUTT 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi; MPM of Pi Kappa Phi; Veterans 
Association; ASCE; Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4 

HART LANNEAU NORWOOD 

WINSTON-SALEM. N C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

AIA3; ASHAE4, Reporter. 




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JOHN BENNEVILLE NYGAARD 

FLEETWOOD. PA 
Mathematics Education 

NORWOOD KEITH OATES 

ALBERTSON, N. C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

ASHAC, Vice President; YMCA; Veterans As- 
sociation. 

AYDOGAN OKAY 

ANKARA. TURKEY 
Textiles 

International Club 

HAROLD AUGUST OLSEN 

WILMINGTON. N C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

ROBIN TURNER O'NEAL 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Education 

NRA; Veterans Association. 

ROBERT SCOTT OUDA 

ARLINGTON, VA 
Animal Husbandry 

Agriculture Club; Animal Industry Club; Block 
& Bridle Club; CU Talent Contest Winner 1; 
Fitting & Showing Animals at State Fair. Ag 
Day. 

ALLEN RAY OVERMAN 

PIKEVILLE, N. C 
Agricultural Engineering 

ASAE, Collegiate 4-H; CU Music Committee. 

LEMUEL HILL OVERTON, JR. 

MATTHEWS, N. C 

Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Announcer College Radio Station 2; Track 1. 

2, 3. 4, Monogram Club; Advanced ROTC; I AC 

AUSTIN ANDREW OWEN 

ELIZABETHTOWN, N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 

EDWARD DONALD OWENS 

WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 

EDWIN GIP OWENS 

CLEVELAND, N C. 
Forest Management 

Xi Sigma Pi; SAFFC 

MILO ERVIN OWENS 

MIAMI, MO 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Association 

DORAN ROYAL PACE, JR. 

SUMTER, S C. 
Civil Engineering. Construction Option 

Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Veterans Club 

KENNETH RAY PADGETT 

JACKSONVILLE, N. C. 

Zoology 

Floor Manager Becton Dormitory. 

WALTON JOHNSON PAGE 

FUQUAY SPRINGS. N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 





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ERNEST WILLIAM PANGLE 

ASHEVILLE. N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Interdormitory Council Athletic Director 3, 4. 

JAMES RAY PARK 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
RICHARD BOYDEN PARK 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Tau Beta P 
3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Chapter Sect'y 4 
US Naval Reserve ROTC Program 1 , 2. 3, 4 
Lutheran Student Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent NC Area 3; American Institute of Physics 
1,2, 3, 4; CU Social Committee 1, Music Com- 
mittee 3, 4; American Rocket Societv 4 

JOHN FREDERICK PARKER 

SUNBURY, N. C. 
Agriculture Education 

Handball 1, 2; Softball I, 2; Basketball 2, 3; 
Horticulture Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Ag Ed 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Ag Club 1, 2. 3, 4 

JOHN WILMER PARKER 

LASKER, N. C. 
Animal Husbandry 

Animal Industry Club; Ag. Club; Meats Judg- 
ing Team 3; Livestock Judging Team 4, Sr Co- 
Editor Meat and Milk. 

WALLACE O'NEIL PARKER 

HUBERT, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 3. 4; Editor 
of Vo-Ag 3; News Reporter WKNC 1,2; Senior 
Senator School of Education 3; Glee Club 1,2; 
Ag. Ed. Club 2, 3, 4 

JAMES EDWARD PARLIER 

LENOIR, N C 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Treas Pi Kappa Phi; Furniture Club, Intramural 
Athletics 

JAMES FRANKLIN PARNELL 

TIMMONSVILLE, S C 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

TAS; Leopold Wildlife Club, Marshal School of 
Agriculture 

JAIME ENRIQUE PARRA 

COLOMBIA, S A 
Dairy Husbandry 

Agriculture Club 3, 4, Animal Industry Club 



GEORGE STEPHEN PARRISH 

HENDERSON. N C 

Civil Engineering 

Veterans Club; ASCE 

KARL MAX PARRISH 

GASTON I A, N C 

Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, AIIE 

GEORGE ROWLAND PARROTT 

RICHMOND, VA 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE 2, 3. 4, Vice President 4, Advisory Board 

for Southern Engineer 3, 4; Engineers Counci 1 

3, 4; Veterans Association 1, 2, 4, YDC 4 

EMMETT SLOOP PATTERSON 

CHINA GROVE, N. C 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta; Agriculturist. 
YDC; Ag Club; ASAE 

LARRY HUGH PATTERSON 

CHINA GROVE, N. C 
Agricultural Engineering 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Secretary 3. President 4, 
Blue Key; Golden Cham; Alpha Zeta. Secretary 
3, President 4. ASAE 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, 
Intramurals 1 , 2, 3. 4 

WILLIE LEONARD PAYNE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Poultry Science 

Poultry Science Club; YMCA I ; Veterans Club I. 



JERE PEARSALL 

HOLLY SPRINGS. N. C 
Industrial Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi. Treasurer; AIIE; Intramural Sports 



BRADLEY MACK PENNELL 

LENOIR. N C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Secretary. Pi Kappa Phi; Furniture Club 2, 3, 
4. Secretary; FPRS; Intra Sports 1 , 2, •I 



CLAY RANDOLPH PHILLIPS 

WARSAW, N. C. 
Agriculture Economics 

Ag Economics Club. Ag Club 



FREDERICK JAMES PEARSON 

SALUDA. N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha. House Manager I, Vice 
President 3. 4; ASME; YDC; Veterans Associa- 
tion; IFC Publicity Committee, Intramurals 1, 
2. 3. 4. 



RONALD FLOYD PEARSON 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 

CHARLES VAN BUREN PEELE 

COLDSBORO. N C 
Engineering Physics 

AIP; Vice President Stadium Dorm; YDC; Ath- 
letic Director of Dorm 



CARL MURRAY PENNEY 

WARWICK, VA 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Epsilon Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Rifle Team AFROTC I. 2; NC 
State Rifle Team 4; President Student Toast- 
masters 3; Chairman CU Forum Committee 2 



JAMES VANCE PERKINS, JR. 

GREENVILLE. N. C 
Engineering Physics 

Pi Kappa Phi; AIP; Intramural Sports 

NORMAN HAGELBERG PERRY 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE 



GEORGE THOMAS PHILLIPS 

SCOTLAND NECK, N, C. 
Civil Engineering 

Intramural Horseshoes 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4, Vet- 
erans Club 3, 4. 



GARLAND FRANK PIERCE 

SOUTHERN PINES, N C. 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi; IAS. Intramural Football 3, 4, 
AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4 



ALLEN OWEN PINNER 

CANDLER. N C 
Metallurgical Engineering 

AICHE, American Rocket Society; Society of 
Mining & Metallurgical Engineers 



JOHN ELMO PEELE III 

RALEIGH, N, G 
Horticulture 

Horticulture Club 



JAMES CLIFTON PHELPS 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi, AIEE; IRE 



JAMES JUDSON PIVER 

HAMPSTEAD, N. C 
Chemical Engineering 

Tau Beta Phi , AICHE ; AFROTC 




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BERNARD WOLFE PLAXEN 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Textiles 

Epsilon Pi. 



JOSEPH DAVID PLOWMAN 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club; Society of American Foresters. 



LYNN W. PLYLER 

WAXHAW, N. C. 
Dairy Husbandry 

Dairy Cattle Judging Team — 1957; Animal In- 
dustry Club Secretary — 1958; Agricultural Club. 



WILLIAM BRANDON POINDEXTER 

EAST BEND. N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Masonic Lodge; Ag Club; Ag Educational Club; 
IDC 3; YDC. 



DONALD PAGE POLLOCK 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon; ASCE. 



LONNIE CRAVEN POOLE, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Treasurer, Pi Kappa Phi; MPM; Southern Engi- 
neer Staff; ROTC; ASCE. 

ROBERT LEWIS POOVEY 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; AIIE; Fraternity Intramurals 
1, 2, 3. 4, 

RAY EDWARD POPE 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Veterans Association 

WILLIAM BARHAM PORTER 

WASHINGTON, N, C. 
Textiles 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Scabbard & Blade; Delta 
Kappa Phi, Scribe -4 

CLAY CROWSON PRICE 

TAYLORSVILLE. N. C. 
Field Crops 

Farm House; Assistant Business Manager, Agri- 
culturist 3; President Ag, Club; Student Gov- 
ernment Elections Chairman; CU Activities 
Committee 3; YMCA Cabinet 3. 



HAL LANEY PRICE 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Landscape Architecture 

ANDREW JAY PROESCHER III 

CARY, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Engineers Fair 



PAUL LAURENCE PROPST 

SOUTHERN PINES. N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Pershing Rifles; American Institute of Physics; 
American Rocket Society; YDC; Intramural 
Football 1, 2, Horseshoes 2, 3, Bowling 1 ; YMCA 
Cabinet 1; Advanced ROTC; CU Social Com. 
1, 2. 



JAMES WILLARD PRYOR 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Veterans Club; Track 1 . 

JAMES DARRELL PUNCH 

CONOVER. N. C. 
Dairy Manufacturing 

FarmHouse; Ag Club; Al Club; Talent for 
Service Scholarship 2, 3, 4; NC Dairy Products 
Assn.; Junior Marshal, Ag. School 3; Scholarship. 



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ALBERT COLUMBUS PURVIS 

WINNABOW, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Phi Kappa. 

RICHARD VINCENT PUTNAM 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Veterans Association. 

JACOB CRAIG QUICKEL 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon. Treasurer 4; Scabbard and 
Blade; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 

WILLIAM ALBERT RAINES 

WILMINGTON. N. C. 
Al echanical Engineering 

ASME 

LEONARD CARL RAMEY 

ROCKINGHAM, N C. 
Al echanical Engineering 

ASME 

JAMES EDWIN RANKIN 

GREENSBORO, N. C, 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Veterans Association 
1. 2. 3, 4. 

JAMES LeROY RAPER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Aeronautical Engineering 

IAS 3, 4; Blue Key 3, 4; American Rocket So- 
ciety 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, President 3. 
Sgt at Arms 2, Historian 2; YMCA Cabinet 3, 
4, Commission Chr. 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4, 
Commander 4; Military Ball Association 4; Ad- 
vanced AFROTC; YMCA Marriage & Courtship 
Chr. 3. 

JACK SMITH REAMS 

RALEIGH, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; Veterans Club; Tennis 1 

JAMES D. REAVIS 

RALEIGH, N C. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Management 

Furniture Club 3, 4; FPRS 3, Secretary 4. 

RICHARD HORACE REDWINE 

RURAL HALL, N. C 
Ceramic Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma 1,2; Keramos 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Blue Key 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4, Golden Cham 4; Honors Program 4; 
Talent for Service Scholarship 1, 2. 3. 4; Amer- 
ican Ceramic Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Tau 2. 
3, 4, Marshal 3, Treasurer 4; Engineers Council 
3. 4. President 4 

LAWRENCE DAVID REESE 

HENDERSON, N C 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Ed Club 2, : 4 

WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER REMINI 

LONG ISLAND, N Y. 

Nuclear Engineering and 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma, 
Treasurer; American Society for Metals, Vice 
Chairman; American Institute of Physics; Vet- 
erans Association; Newman Club. 

EUGENE THOMAS REYNOLDS 

FRANKLINVILLE, N C 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon; ASCE, Treas 3; Feature Writer 
for "On The Level" 3; Veterans Association 3. 

ROBERT DONALD RHYNE 

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C 
Industrial Arts Education 

CARL BRYANT RICHARDSON, JR. 

LOUISBURG. N. C 
Civil Engineering 





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GEORGE CARR RICHARDSON 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Ag Ed Club 

THOMAS MURRAY RICHMOND, JR. 

GREENSBORO, N. C 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASHAE. 

FRANKLIN DAN RIVENBARK 

WATHA, N. C 
Agricultural Education 

Track 2, 3; Ag Ed Club, Ag Club. 

EDWARD LEON ROACH 

HAYESVILLE, N C 
Agricultural Education 

Western Carolina College 1,2; Science Club 1, 
2; YRC 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Ag Ed Club 3. 
4. Ag Club 3, 4. 

DONALD HALEY ROBBINS 

ALLENTOWN. N J 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club 3, 4. 

DON SPENCER ROBERTSON 

KING. N. C. 
Poultry Science 

Alpha Zeta, Office Censor 4; Poultry Science 
Club, Vice Pres. 3, Sect'y 2; Pre Vet Club, 
President 4; Poultry Judging Team 4 

ELMER JAMES ROBINSON 

LIBERTY, N, C 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

YDC; Veterans Club. 

BERNARD JOSEPH ROCK 

HICKORY. N, C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP; Veterans 
Club. 

WILLS PINKNEY RODGERS, JR. 

FRANKLINVILLE, N C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4, All 
Campus Tennis 2; Turlington Athletic Director 
& Assistant Floor Manager 3, Most Participa- 
tion Dorm Intramurals : 

JOSEPH CHRISTY RODRI 

DOWNINGTOWN, PA. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. 3, Athletic Coun- 
cil, YDC; Veterans Club, Monogram Club 2. 
3. 4, Vice President and President 

JOHN CHADWICK ROGERS 

ZEBULON, N C. 
Electrical Engineering and 
Engineering Mathematics 

Pi Kappa Alpha, AIEE, IRE, Veterans Club, 
Music Committee; American Rocket Society, 
Math Club. 

LARRY LYNN ROGERS 

LAKEVIEW, S C. 
Textiles 

Furman University 1. 2 

LONNIE JOE ROGERS 

WILLIAMSTON. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Intramural Basketball 2. 



YMCA Cabinet 



Dorm Secretary 



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ROBERT WAITSELL ROLLINS 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C 
Animal Industry 

Intramural Softball and Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Ag- 
riculture Club I, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2; College 
4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4; YDC 3. 4; Animal Industry 
Club 2, I 

DANE ROTEN 

FLEETWOOD, N. C. 
lores! Management 

Psi Sigma Pi. 



PHILIP MARION ROTHROCK 

WINSTON -SALEM, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1 , 2. 3, 4. 



THOMAS HARDY ROTHROCK, JR. 

RALEIGH, N C 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE-IRE Student and Professional; Raleigh 

Chapter and State College Chapter Order of 

DeMolay; Hiram Lodge No. 40, A. F. & A. M 



DOUGLAS EARL ROUSE 

KINSTON. N C. 
Electrical Engineering 



MICHAEL BRUCE ROWE 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; AIIE. 



ROBERT LEE ROYSTER 

CLARKSVILLE, VA. 
Agricultural Engineering 

Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; ASAE 4. 



PAUL EDWARD RUMMAGE 

MOORESVILLE, N C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 4; Veterans Club 1,2, 3,4 

DONALD ROBERT RUMMLER 

CHERAW, S C 
Civil Engineering 

Theta Chi; Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Apollo 
Club, Captain, Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4; Vice 
President and Steward Theta Chi, 3, 4; IFC ]r 
Rep. 3; Chairman, Pres Kitchen Stewards Assn , 
ASCE; NRA 

DENVER W. RUPARD 

STATESVILLE, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

YDC; Veterans Association; Chairman Investi- 
gation Comm. Judicial Board; ASCE; Student 
Govt. 

BENJAMIN CHRISTOPHER RUSH 

STAR, N. C. 
Mechanical Aeronautical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi, MPM; Arnold Air Society; Wrest- 
ling 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; AFROTC I, 2. 
3, 4; ISO 4. 

KENNETH EUGENE RUSS 

IVANHOE. N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 



JESSE KESSLLER RUSSELL 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Wood Technology 

FPRS. Vice President; Forestry Club. 

DAVID WALLACE RYAN 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Textiles 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Dorm 
Floor Manager Tucker 4. 

THOMAS ANTHONY SAIEED 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Pi Kappa Phi; ASCE; MPM of Pi Kappa Phi, 
Fraternity Intramurals 1 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air So- 
ciety 3, 4, Air Force ROTC 1. 2. 4 

WILLIAM CARLOS SAIN 

STATESVILLE, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer; Phi Eta 
Sigma; AIEE; IRE; YMCA; Veterans Associa- 
tion. 

JUNIUS LEE SALES, JR. 

ASHEVILLE, N C 
Horticulture 

FarmHouse, Assistant Athletic Director; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Vice President Horticulture 
Club; Ag Club Float Chairman for Homecoming. 




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LUTHER CARLTON SALTER, JR. 

SHEFFIELD, ALA. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sig- 
ma Phi Sigma; Apollo Club 4, Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Football 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, President 3; YMCA; American Institute of 
Physics 1; State College Glee Club 1, 2. 3; 
Chicago Tribune Cold Medal Award for AFROTC 
II Cadet. 

NORMAN GILBERT SAMET 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction 

Sigma Alpha Mu, Treasurer 3. President 4; 
Scabbard & Blade; ASCE; Photographer South- 
ern Engineer; Intramural Football 1 ; Fraternity 
Football. Basketball 2. 3. 4. 

GALLEGOS CARLOS FELIPE SANCHEZ 

LIMA, PERU 
Textiles 

International Club; Faculty Member; Universidad 
delngenieria, Lima, Peru; Sociedoid Nacional de 

Inq Quimicos. 

GRAHAM HODGE SANDERS 

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 

Industrial Engineering 
Program Chairman AIIE; Veterans Club; Writers 
Club; YRC. 

JOHN WALTON SANDERS, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau; Scabbard and Blade; Soccer 1; 
ASCE. 



WILLIAM FERRELL SANDERS, JR. 

BADIN, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Pi Kappa Alpha; AIEE 



CHARLES ELBERT SANE 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. 

Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Ed Club. 



ASHOK HIMATLAL SANGHAVI 

BOMBAY. INDIA 
Textile Chemistry 



EDWARD RHONE SASSER 

HALLSBORO. N. C. 
Agricultural Education 



GEORGE COLON SASSER 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE ; AFROTC 1,2,: ! 



PRESTON EUGENE SASSER 

DOVER, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 

ASAE, Secretary 1, Treasurer 2; Editor N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 3, Chairman CU Film 
Committee 3, Secretary 4; Manager Wesley 
House 3, 

DAVID LEROY SAUNDERS 

CHARLOTTE. N. C. 

Textiles 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary; Delta Kappa Phi. 

DAVID HOWARD SCANLON III 

DURHAM, N. C. 
Forest Management 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Xi Sigma Pi, Fraternity In 
tramurals 3, 4; Forestry Club; Fraternity Rush 
Chairman, Steward; Canterbury Club; CU Out- 
ing Committee. 

PAUL EUGENE SCARBOROUGH, JR. 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi 
Eta Sigma; AIEE, Chairman; IRE Joint Student 
Branch; Engineer's Council; CU Music Commit 
tee; Wesley Foundation. 

FRANK S. SCARPA 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon, Assistant Editor of Transit; ASCE; 
Engineers Council; Editor of Southern Engineer. 







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PETER PAUL SCHELANSKY 

CLIFTON, N. J. 
Furniture Manufacturing and Marketing 

Furniture Club 
MARK RICHARD SCHIFF 

NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y. 
Textile Chemistry 

Sigma Alpha Mu; Mu Beta Psi . Armed Forces 
Chemical Award; AATCC ; Sigma Omegram; 
Varsity Soccer 1, 2; Phi Psi , Band 1, 2, 

JAMES RAY SCHOFIELD 

CARY, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE; Veterans Association 

VERNON J. SCHRUM 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

IAC 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association I, 
2 3 4 Vice President 2; Veterans Club i, 4; 
^DC 4 

WILLIAM A. SCHUL 

HAMILTON, OHIO 
Pulp and Paper 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian 3, Vice President 
4, Phi Eta Sigma; Epsilon Sigma Pi; Xi Sigma 
Pi. Secretary, Fiscal Agent 4; Fourdnnier So- 
ciety, Vice Pres. 3, President 4; Fraternity In- 
tramurals 1 , 2. 3. 4 

ROBERT SCHUSTER 

HILLSIDE, N. J. 
Textiles 
Intramural 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi; IFC Representative; 
Sigma Alpha Mu. 

JOHN AVERY SCISM 

KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. 

Agriculture Economics 

Cross Country 1 ; Intramurals, Marine Reserve 

Officers Candidate 

FREDERICK MYERS SCOTT III 

IACKSONVILLE, N. C. 
M etallurgical Engineering 

Sigma Pi. Officer 2, 3; Arnold Air Society; Scab- 
bard & Blade; AFROTC, "Vapor Trails." Drill 
Team 1 ; Television Series Director. Lt Colonel, 
Wing Administrative Officer 4, American So- 
ciety for Metals 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Inter- 
fraternity Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Gov- 
ernment Judicial Board 2, 3. Chairman Summer 
Session; Student Government Orientation Com- 
mittee 2, 3 

GEORGE WALTER SCOTT 

ELIZABETH CITY. N C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Delta Club; Football 1, 2; Veterans Association; 

IAS. 

WALTER RAMON SEAMON 

GRAHAM, N C 

Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi 

ROBERT THOMAS SEAY 

BRYSON CITY, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band 1, 2 

BEN RUSTOM SETHNA 

BOMBAY, INDIA 
Textiles 
Social and International Committee of CU ; 
Swimming Table Tennts and Volleyball 

WARD LEAVERNE SETZER 

LENOIR. N. C 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Epsilon; ASCE, Publicity Director; Engineer 
Council 

WESLEY EDWARD SHAW 
MONROE, N C 
Civil Engineering 
ASCE; Scabbard & Blade 
LEMUEL DARR SHEALY, JR. 
THOMASVILLE, N. C. 
Textiles 
Delta Kappa Phi; Circulation Manager of "The 
Textile Forum"; Intramural Football and Basket- 
ball 1,2; Veterans Club. 





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JAMES EDWARD SHEPHERD, JR. 

LEWISVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 
Scabbard and Blade; ASME. 

JIM KEMP SHERRON, JR. 

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Varsity Football I, 2. 3. 4; Intramural Softball 
1, 2, 3; Veterans Club 1, 2. 3, 4; YDC 2, 3, 4. 
Vice President 3, 4; Monogram Club 3. 4, Re- 
porter 4; Senator School of Education 4, 

COY EDGAR SHIELDS 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASCE 

MERRIMAN STATON SHOLAR 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE. 

JOHN NICHOLAS SIDERIS 

GREENVILLE, N. C 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Phi Eta Sigma; Veterans Club 1. 2, 3, 4; IAS 

HUGH EDISON SIMMONS 

HICKORY, N. C. 
Textiles 

Kappa Tau Beta, Treasurer; Delta Kappa Phi; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; BSU Choir, Executive Coun- 
cil 2; Jack Gold Scholarship; Dorm Floor Man- 
ager. 

JAMES EDWARD SIMMONS, JR. 

ENFIELD, N. C. 
A nimal Husbandry 

Ag Club; Al Club; Block & Bridle Club; Live- 
stock Judging Team. 

MALCOLM GLENN SIMPLER, JR. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Arnold Air Society; ASME; Military Ball Asso- 
c ation 

HENRY RODNEY SINK 

THOMASVILLE, N C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Intramurals 3, 4; Appalachian State Teachers 
College 1 ; Wesley Foundation. 

KENNETH NORMAN SISK 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 
Freshman Soccer; Varsity Soccer 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1,2; ASCE; ASHACE; Engineers Council; 
Glee Club 

HOWARD EVANS SKIPPER, JR. 

RED SPRINGS, N C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4; All- 
Campus Bowling 3, Horseshoes 3. 

OTHMAN SKIREDJ 

TADUJDATE, MOROCCO 
Metallurgical Engineering 

Swimming 3; American Society for Metals; Stu- 
dent Arab Organization of the U S 

DONALD ALFRED SLOAN 

OLIN, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 

ARCHIE HUGH SMITH 

MILL SPRING, N C 
Furniture Manufacturing and Marketing 

Furniture Club; Forest Product Research Society. 

CRAIG J. SMITH, JR. 

ALBEMARLE, N C 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

Intramurals 4; ASHACE, President 4; Tucker 
Dorm, Secretary 4, Floor Manager 3, 4; YDC; 
YMCA. 



DAVID ALBERT SMITH 

LEXINGTON, N C. 
Dairy Husbandry 

FarmHouse; Ag Club; Animal Industry Club; 
IFC. 



DRAYTON LENDELL SMITH, JR. 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha; ASME. 



DUANE GORDON SMITH 

ENOCHVILLE, N. C. 

Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi. 



EUGENE EDWARD SMITH 

GREENSBORO, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

Kappa Alpha, President 4; Alpha Pi Mu, Treas- 
urer 4; Golf 1. 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC; AIIE. 



FREDERICK WILLIAM SMITH 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 



GASTON FRANKLIN SMITH, JR. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Theta Tau 3, 4, Regent 4; Vetville Coun. il 
4, ASCE 2. 3, 4; AIEE 1, 2; Veterans Club 1, 
2, 3, 4, Executive Council -t 

JAMES IRVIN SMITH 

KING, N, C 
Animal Industry 

Alpha Zeta; Ag Club; Animal Industry Club, 
Activities Chairman 3, Vice President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 4. 

RICHARD FRANCIS SMITH 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE; Veterans Club; YMCA; Intramurals 2. 

WILLIAM MARVIN SMITH 

SELMA, N. C, 
Soils 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Social Chairman; American 
Society of Agronomy, Corresponding Secretary 
Agricultural Club; Fraternity Intramurals 3, 4 
jr-Sr. Dance Committee 3; Air Science I, 2 
Military Science 3, 4. 

RONALD ERNEST SNEED 

OXFORD, N. C. 
Agricultural Engineering 

Blue Key; Alpha Zeta; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
John F Miller Award 4; President IDC 4; Presi- 
dent Tucker Dorm 4, Dorm Manager 4, Assistant 
Floor Manager 4, Athletic Director 2, 3; ASAE 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 5, Vice President 3, 
Secretary 4, National First Vice President 3; 
CU Board of Directors 4, CUSC 4. 



CHARLES EDWIN SNYDER 

WINSTON-SALEM. N C. 

Mechanical Engineering 
Intramural Sports 1,2; ASME 2, 3, 4; Veterans 
Association 2, 3. 4, Vetville Council 3, YMCA 1 

MICHAEL DAVIS SOLOMON 

BROOKLYN, N. Y 
Textiles 

Sigma Alpha Mu. Recorder; Phi Psi , Editor Sigma 
Omegram; Varsity Soccer 2, Freshman Tennis 
I, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Big 4 Table Tennis 
Winner 1, 2, 3; School Table Tennis Winner 
1, 2, 

DONALD HARVEY SOMERVILLE 

PLYMOUTH, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha I, 2. 3. 4; Scabbard and 
Blade 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Fraternity 
Correspondent 3; AIEE. CU Film Committee 1, 
Outing Committee 1 

ROBERT FRANKLIN SOOTS, JR. 

MIDLAND, N, C. 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

Tau Alpha Sigma, Marshal 3; Leopold Wildlife 
Club, President 4; Ag Club; YDC; Veterans 
Club. 

LAWRENCE EDWARD SPAHR 

BRISTOL, VA. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Intramural Sports, CU Snack 
Bar Staff. 




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JACKIE LAMAR SPARKS 

CLEMMONS, N. C. 
I ml list rial Engineering 

Theta Chi, Rushing Chairman; AIIE. 

THOMAS GLENN SPARROW 

5TONIA, N C. 
Textiles 

Phi Kappa Tau; Intramurals Football 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4 

GEORGE BROUGHTON SPENCE, JR. 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 
Field Crops 

Alpha Gamma Rho 3, 4; American Society of 
Agronomy 3, 4, Officer; Agricultural Club 1, 
2, 3, 4, US Marine Corps Platoon Leader, Class 
Treasurer 4. 

ANTHONY GERALD SPINELLO 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
Geological Engineering 

Intramural Handball and Bowling 2, 3 4, Rock- 
hound Club; AIME 

JOHN ALEXANDER SPRINKLE, JR. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key; Order of Thirty & 
Three; Phi Eta Sigma; Radio Station WKNC, 
Sales Director 3, Business Manager 4; Editor 
"Vapor Trails" 3; Social Fraternity Editor; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; Student Government 4; YDC; 
AIEE-IRE; CU 1; Publications Board 4. 



LINWOOD WADDELL STANCIL, JR. 

WARWICK, VA. 
Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Track 2; Tennis I; AIRE, 
AIEE; IFC. 



BOBBY NEAL STANLEY 

CLARENDON, N. C. 
Field Crops 



LUTHER EARL STEGALL 

WARRENTON, N C 
Civil Engineering 

Advanced Army ROTC. 



MILTON JAMES STEPHENS, JR. 

ERWIN, N. C. 

Nuclear Engineering 

AIP2, 3, 4. 



LEONIDAS D. STEPHENSON, JR. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma, AIP; Veterans 
Association. 



james McMillan stevenson 

HENDERSON, N. C. 
Architecture 

CU Gallery Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 
4; Canterbury Club. 



CHARLES NELSON STINNETT, JR. 

CANTON, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 



GLENN EDWARD STIREWALT 

CHINA GROVE, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 



ROY WESLEY STONECYPHER 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Forest Management 

Xi Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Forestry Club. 



STEPHEN EARLY STOUT 

DURHAM, N. C 
Chemical Engineering 

AICHE 




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RICHARD DOUGLAS STOVER 

GASTON IA, N C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICE. Engineers Council 4; Intramural Tennis 
1, 2; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard & Blade 

WILLIAM ROBERT STROMSOE 

WILMINGTON, N, C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; Veterans Association. 

WILLIAM LEE STRUM 

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Intramurals 3; Pershing Rifles 2; ROTC 
& Flight Program Army 4. 

NED RUSSELL STUART 

KERNERSVILLE. N C 
Industrial Engineering 

RAY THORNTON STUART 

EAST WAKEFIELD, N. H. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE; Veterans Association. 

JACK CARROLL STURGILL 

NORTON, VA. 
Forest Management 

Xi Sigma Pi; Fcrestr\ Club. 

JACK HOUSTON SULLIVAN 

THOMASVILLE. N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

LEON BRUCE SUMNER 

ASHEVILLE, N C. 
Forest Management 

Xi Sigma Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Forestry Club 2, 3, 
4, Program Chairman 4. 

THOMAS LARRY SUMMER 

CHERRYVILLE, N. C. 
Forestry 
Forest Products Research Society 1 , 2. 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Forestry Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Athletics Football, Badminton, Bowling, Volley- 
ball. 

JOE TERRY SWAIM 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi, Athletic Director 3, Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Eta Kappa Nu. Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa 
Phi; AIEE; Intramural Softball, Football, Track 
& Basketball. 

PASCHALL WARD SWANN 

STATESVILLE. N C. 
Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon 

DAVID LEROY SWARINGEN 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 

Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 

JAMES EDWARD SWING 

CLIFFSIDE, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE, IRE; Veterans Association 

CHRISTOPHER ALAN TABOR 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
Forest Management 

Alpha Zeta, Scholarship 2, FarmHouse; Xi Sigma 
Pi, The Order of Thirty and Three, Sec'y-Treas. 
:. Blue Key, President 4; Pinetum Staff 1, 2, 
3; Biltmore Forestry Scholarship 3, 4; Forestry 
Club 1,2, 3, 4. Sgt. at Arms 1, Secretary 2. 3; 
Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee 2; High 
School Day, Chairman 3; Apollo Club, Chairman 
4; YMCA Cabinet 4. 

THOMAS FLAKE TALBERT, JR. 

SPENCER, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Business Staff, Southern Engineer 2. 



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BYRON SHAW TAYLOR 

ELIZABETHTOWN. N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Agricultural Club; Agricultural 
Ed Club 

DAVID RAY TAYLOR 

ZEBULON, N. C 

Civil Engineering 

ASCE 

RONALD SHERRILL TAYLOR 

CHARLOTTE, N C 
Nuclear Engineering and 
Engineering Mathematics 

American Institute of Physics; Veterans Asso- 
ciation 

BILLY KEITH TEAGUE 

WILMINGTON, N C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE; Veterans Club. 

DAVID BOYCE TEAGUE 

GRANITE FALLS, N G 
Electrical Engineering 

WKNC 3, 4; Band 3. 4; YDC 3, 4. Mars Hill 
lunior College 1, 2; Participant Senior Honors 

WILLIAM JAMES TERRY, JR. 

GASTON I A, N. C. 
Textiles 

Kappa Sigma; Pershing 

OSMYN ORLANDO TESH, JR. 

•A INSTON-SALEM. N C 
Chemical Engineering 

Alpha Phi Omega; AICHE; Wataugan Reporter; 
Era I 2, 3. 

MILTON DALE TETTERTON, JR. 

SOUTH BOSTON, VA 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 

CONARD CORNELIUS THARPE, JR. 

RONDA, N C. 
Industrial Arts 

Industrial Arts Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Veterans Asso- 
ciation 1,2, I 

RONNIE OWEN THARRINGTON 

LOUISBURG, N C 
Soils 
FarmHouse; Agronomy Society; Agriculturist 
Staff, Intramural Sports 

TOMMIE HIGHT THARRINGTON 

LOUISBURG. N C 

Soils 

FarmHouse. Ag Club; Agronomy Club 

JACOB JOYNER THIGPEN, JR. 

DUDLEY, N, C. 

Pulp and Paper Technology 

Program Chairman, Fourdrinier Society. 

JACK BARKER THOMAS 

ROCKY MOUNT, N C 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

^ appa Phi Kappa; Freshman Basketball Man- 
ager; Intramural Archer,' Champion 3; Archery 
Club 

JAMES ELVEY THOMAS, JR. 

RALEIGH. N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Kappa Sigma, President 4, Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; ASME 3, 4; IFC 1, 2. 3, 4; 
IFC Rushing Chairman 4; Apollo Club; Dean's 
List 

JO ANN THOMAS 

SPRUCE PINE. N C 
Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 



EUGENE ERVIN THOMPSON 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Industrial Engineering 

Phi Kappa Tau; Mu Beta Psi; Cross Country 
Track 1, 2; AIIE 1, 2. -. 4. 5, NC State Band 
I, 2. 3. 4. 5. 



JAMES BURTON THOMPSON 

NEW BERN. N C 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Pi, House Manager; AIIE; IAS; Wesley 
Foundation; Interfraternity Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football; Softball; Basketball, Tennis; Volley- 
ball; Air Science 1, 2; Military Science 3, 4; 
Cadet 1st Lt Platoon Leader 4, IFC Committee 



JERRY WILLIAM THOMPSON 

DENTON, N C 
Agricultural Education 

Intramural Softball 3. 4; Basketball. Football 
2, 3. 4; Championship Team 4; AEE Club 3, 4. 

RONALD LEON THOMPSON 

LAURINBURC. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

WILLIE LEE THOMPSON, JR. 

LAURINBURC. N C. 
Heating and Air Conditioning 

ASHAC. 



CLARENCE OTTO THORNBURG, JR. 

RALEIGH. N C 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Mu Beta Psi ; Sigma Pi Sigma; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Lutheran Students 
Association. Vice President 

ROBERT LeROY THORNBURG 

GASTON I A, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Mu Beta Psi 1, 2, 3. 4; AIEE I. 2, 3, 4. 5; 
Engineers Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Band I, 2. 3, 
4, 5; Band Secretary 2, 3; Summer School Ju- 
dicial Board 3. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN TILLETT 

TIMBERLAKE, N C 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME. 

CURTIS CARLYLE TILLOTSON, JR. 

OXFORD, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

Tucker Basketball Team 1, 2. Volleyball I, 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2; NC State Band I, 2, 3, 4. 

CU Dance Band 3 

LEONARD CAREY TILSON 

MARS HILL. N. C 
Horticulture 

Horticulture Club; Ag Club; Veterans Associa- 
tion 



ROBERT RAY TILSON 

BURNSVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Dorm Floor Manager 2, ASME; ASTE. State 
Toastmasters, Vice President 4; Apollo Club. 

HARRY MOTTE TIMMONS 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

Mathematics and Science Club, Intramurals I, 
2; Orientation Group Leader, 

ROBERT BAKER TODD 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Southern Engineer, Business Manager 3, Circu- 
lation Manager 1, 2, Advisory Board 4; Dorm 
Football and Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4, 
ASME 2. 3. 4 

DONALD DEAN TOMLIN, JR. 

CHATTANOOGA. TENN. 
Engineering Physics 

Tennis 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
President Wesley House 3; Wesley Foundation 
1, 2. 3, 4; Canterbury Club 2, 4; AIP 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Reactor Tour Guide Member 

FRED TONEY, JR. 

MOORESBORO. N C 
Engineering Mathematics 

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Dorm Floor Manager, Secretary. Vice President; 
RCA Scholarship; Math Club, Treasurer 




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DAVID ARTHUR TOUSIGNANT 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Textiles 
Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Chi, Vice Presiden* 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Orientation 
Leader. 

ROBERT WALKER TRAYLOR 

NORLINA, N. C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Intramural Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

BEN CAROLYN TREECE 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

Dean's List, Theta Tau 3, Vice Regent 4; Vet- 
erans Association I, 2, 3, Treasurer, Vice Pres- 
ident 4; YRC; ASCE 1. 2, 3, 4 

JOHNNY BENJAMIN TREECE 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Dorm Athletic Director 3. 4, Secretary 4; In- 
dustrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANK BACON TROTMAN 

HADDONFIELD, N. J. 
Science Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Freshman Soccer 1, Varsity 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 
1 Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hand- 
ball 3. 4; Math Science Club 3, 4; Ag Club 1 ; 
Ag Ed Club I; YMCA 1, 2. 



KENNARD S. TROWBRIDGE, JR. 

PLYMOUTH. N. C. 

Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Football 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. 



HENRY LANSING TUCKER, JR. 

TOWNSVILLE. N C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Arnold Air Society; ASME; Advanced AFROTC. 



MARCUS SHARPE TURNER, JR. 

FAIR BLUFF. N. C, 
Agricultural Education 

Student Government Junior Senator; Ag Ed 
Club; YDC. 



JAMES LEO TUTTEROW 

BURLINGTON, N C. 
Industrial and Rural Recreation 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Track 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4; 
Veterans Club. 



PAUL ELWOOD TYNDALL 

ALBERTSON, N. C. 
Textiles 

Phi Psi ; Tompkins Textile Council. 



WILLIE EUGENE UNDERWOOD 

WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 
ASME 4; Veterans Association I, 2, 3, 4, As- 
sistant Secretary 2. 

JAMES NEAL UNTZ 

BELMONT, N C. 
Al echanical Engineering 

Sigma Pi, Intramural Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman 
Cabinet YMCA; Phi Kappa Phi Award; ASME 
2. 3, 4, Vice President 4 

MILTON EVERETTE USSERY 

LAURINBURG, N C 
Industrial Engineering 

Apollo Club; Veterans Club; AIIE 

WILLIAM EDISON VALENTINE 

WHITEVILLE, N. C. 
Architecture 

Scabbard & Blade; Band 1 ; Drum & Bugle Corps 
2, 3; Gallery Committee CU 2, 3, 4. 

JAIME VARON 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Textiles 

Sigma Alpha Mu; Soccer 3; Steward Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Cosmopolitan Club; International Club. 




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KENNETH EVERETT VAUGHN 

PROVIDENCE, N. C. 
Dairy Husbandry 

Al Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Ag Club 1. 2. 3, 4; YMCA 
Cabinet 1 ', ice President 4 

GERALD EDWARD VEAZEY 

COVINGTON, TENN. 
Textiles 

Phi Psi; Veterans Association 

JAKE DELANO VINSON 

ROSEBORO. N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

CHARLES McKINNEY VOGLER 

MT. AIRY, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE. 

ROBERT ALAN VOGLER 

WINSTON-SALEM, N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, Basketball 
1, 2, 3; ASME, Chairman; Engineers Council. 

GERALD LOUIS WAITMAN 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Southern Engineer 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 3; 
Army ROTC, Captain 4; Engineers Council 3. 

JAMES WILLIAM WALCH III 

CLAYMONT, DEL. 

Textiles 

Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Psi; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, President 

i Force Glee Club; Intramurals. 

DOROTHY DEAN WALKER 

BURLINGTON, N C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2; State College 
Math Club; Chairman Hospitality Committee 
CU; Homecoming Sponsor; CU Day Sponsor, 
Secretary of Summer School Committee, Chair- 
man High School Day. 

FENTON GENE WALKER 

RALEIGH, N C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi 

JAMES CLARK WALKER 

LENOIR, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

THOMAS WALKER 

CLAYTON. OHIO 
Forest Management 

Xi Sigma Pi. 

HAROLD JENNINGS WALL 

RALEIGH. N C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME 

JERRY MARVIN WALLER 

HAMLET. N C 
Metallurgical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; ASM, Secretary-Treasurer 

President 4. 

BENNIE RAY WARD 

ELKIN, N C. 
Metallurgical Engineering 

Phi KaDpa Tan Southern Engineer 3; Intramurals 
1 2. 3. 4; Rock Hound Club 1; ASM 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; YRC 3. 

CARL HUGH WARD 

NAKINA, ' 
Agricultural Education 
Agriculture Club; Ag Education Club. 





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DANIEL DEWARD WARD 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Vice President AATCC; Tomp- 
kins Textile Council; Ciba Scholarship 3. 4 

JAMES LONNIE WARD 

BADIN, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

WAYNE AUBREY WARD 

DENTON. N. C. 
A nimal Industry 

AgClub; Al Club 

ROBERT EARL WARDSWORTH 

MACCLESFIELD, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

YDC; Ag Ed Club; Advanced AFROTC 

CHARLES KENNETH WARLICK 

POLKVILLE, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICHE; Alpha Beta Gamma; Intramural Softball 
and Football 2, 3, 4. 

FREDERICK MICHAEL WARLICK, JR. 

SALISBURY, N. C. 
Textiles 

ASTCC; Student Government Representative 2; 
Tompkins Textile Council 2, 4; Owen Dorm, 
Floor Manager, Athletic Director 2 

GARLAND GLENN WARREN, JR. 

MT AIRY, N C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President 3; 
Syme Dorm President 3, 4; Student Senate 4; 
Math Club 4; Athletic Council 4; IDC 3, 4. 

JAMES ARNOLD WARREN 

STATESVILLE, N. C. 

Civil Engineering 

Scabbard and Blade. Captain; ASCE 

TOMMY CAULEY WARREN 

HORSE SHOE. N. C. 
Al echanical Engineering 

DAVID PAUL WARRICK 

JACKSON. N. C. 
Agriculture 

Veterans Club; Agriculture Club 4; Ag Educa- 
tion Club 4; Basketball 4; Softball 2. 

JOHN WILLIAM WATKINS 

ROCKINGHAM. N. C 
Civil Engineering. Construction Option 

LARRY WAYNE WATSON 

SANFORD, N. C. 
Mathematics Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa; Math & Science Club; YRC 

WILLIAM JOHNSON WATSON 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. G 
Civil Engineering 

JOHN EDWARD WATTS 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

ASME; Inner Dorm Council 

JEFFREY WAYNE WEAVIL 

LIBERTY, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Ag Ed Club; Ag 
Club; Advanced AFROTC. 



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BRUCE HILTON WEBB 

STANTONSBURC, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Baseball I, Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Army ROTC 



GEORGE EDGAR WELLS 

HENDERSON. N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE 



WILSON CARY WHITAKER 

ENFIELD, N. C 
Industrial Engineering 

Treasurer, AIIE 



ANDREW JOHN WEBER 

ALLENTOWN. N J. 
Wildlife Management 

Tau Alpha Sigma; Wildlife Club, Vice President, 
Secretary. 



JOHN LEWIS WEST 

PLANTERSVILLE, S C. 
Pulp and Paper Technology 

Xi Sigma Pi; Fourdrinier Society 



JESSE WADE WHITE 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 



ARTHUR BERNHARDT WEISSER 

CRESS KILL, N, J 
Chemical Engineering 

Sigma Chi, Newman Club; Apollo Club. 



RICHARD VANNEMAN WELCH 

GREENSBORO, N C 
Forest Management 

Pmetum 2, 3, Editor 4; Army Rifle Team 1 ; 
Society of American Foresters; Forestry Club 



RAYMOND THOMAS WELDON, JR. 

HENDERSON, N. C. 
Textiles 

Delta Kappa Phi; Secretary, Kappa Tau Beta; 
Tompkins Textile Council. 



WILLIAM H. L. WESTBROOK III 

CUMBERRY, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; AICHE, Sec- 
retary 4; Apollo Club. 



CHARLES ALLEN WETHINGTON 

CRIFTON, N. C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Technician; Secretary. Fourth Dorm; ASME 



GAINES LORRAINE WHICKER 

KANNAPOLIS. N C 
Engineering Mathematics 



KENNETH NORMAN WHITE 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE; IRE. 



CHAS. McLAWHORN WHITEHURST 

AYDEN, N. C. 
Mechanized Agriculture 

Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball. I, 2, 
3, 4. Tennis 3; ASAE 



WILLIAM LARRY WHITEHURST 

STOKES, N C 
Field Crops 

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HOBART AUGUSTUS WHITMAN III 

ASHEVILLE. N. C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Mu Beta Psi; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4; 
NC State Symphony Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
!, Raleigh Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
AIEE 4. 



RICHARD NORWOOD WHITMAN 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. 

BOBBY GENE WILDER 

WENDELL, N. C 
Science Education 

Phi Kappa Tau; Student Government 2; Presi- 
dent YDC 2; Math & Science Education Club. 

JAMES REUBEN WILDER 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Civil Engineering, Construction Option 

ASCE. 

ALBERT CORPENING WILFONG, JR. 

CLAREMONT, N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Epsilon Pi, Pi Tau Sigma; Southern Engineer, 
Circulation Manager; Fraternity Intramurals 3 
4, Dorm 2, 3. 4; ASME 3, 4, Secretary 4. 



EDDIE CAMPBELL WILKES 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 
Textiles 
Delta Kappa Phi; Basketball, Manager 1; In- 
tramural Swimming 2, Basketball 3; All Campus 
Swimming Team 2, 

WILLIAM HOWARD WILKIE, JR. 

SKYLAND, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4; CU, Music Committee; 
American Institute of Physics. 

MARION WESLEY WILLARD 

WINSTON-SALEM. N. C 
Electrical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; AIEE; IRE; 
YDC. 

AUDREY JOSEPH WILLIAMS 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 

HERMAN ADAM WILLIAMS 

WADESBORO, N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Scabbard & Blade; Intramural Softball 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club; Ag Ed Club; Agri- 
culture Club; YMCA; BSU. 



JAMES ANDREW WILLIAMS 

LUMBERTON, N. C. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Tau Beta Pi; Honors Program; IAS. 

JAMES ANDREW WILLIAMS 

MARION, VA. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Sigma Pi. 

JAMES DEARL WILLIAMS 

ASH, N C. 
Agricultural Education 

Ag Ed Club. 

RICHARD THOMAS WILLIAMS 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 
Engineering Physics 

American Institute of Physics. 

ROBERT L. WILLIAMS, JR. 

SHELBY, N, C 
Mechanical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma 4; Phi Kappa Phi, 
Treasurer; Honors Program; Intramural Football, 
1, 2, 3, Softball I, 2, 3; Veterans Association, 
Vice President 3; ASME. 




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DONALD HUGH WILLIAMSON 

LUCAMA, N. C. 
Field Crops 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC: Welch 
Dorm, President, Manager. 

JERRY TALMADGE WILLIS 

LAWNDALE, N. C. 

Animal Industry and 

Agricultural Economics 

Alpha Zeta; Pershing Rifles; Animal Industry 
Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Activities Chairman; 
Agriculture Club; Dairy Cattle Judging Team; 
Army Flight Training. 

LARRY KELLY WILSON 

BURLINGTON, N, C 
Industrial Engineering 

Sigma Pi; AIEE; AIIE 

WILLIAM LEVI WILSON 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Chemical Engineering 

AICHE 

FRANKLIN DAVID WINDLEY 

BATH, N, C. 
Industrial Engineering 

AIIE, YMCA 

DONALD GEORGE WINKLER 

CHESTER, N. J. 
Forest Management 

Forestry Club 

JAMES CLIFORD WITHERS 

LILLINGTON, N. C 
Agricultural Education 

Ag Club; Ag Ed Club; Veterans Association, 
YDC. 

ROBERT REID WOMACK 

FRANKLIN, N. C. 

/Mechanical Engineering 

Aeronautical Option 

Delta Sigma Phi; Tau Beta Pi, 3, 4; Pi Tau Sigma 
i, Phi Kappa Phi 4, Eta Sigma 1 ; IAS 3, 4. 
Vice President 4, Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4; Student Traffic Committee 4; American 
Rocket Society 4. 

GERALD HINTON WOOD 

RALEIGH, N. G 
Agricultural Education 

Intramural 1 ; Campus Government I , Ag Ed 

Club 

ZEBULON ROYCE WOODALL 

BENSON, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE. 

HENRY HARRISON WOODARD 

SCOTLAND NECK, N C. 
Electrical Engineering 

AIEE 1. 4 

CLIFTON LAWRENCE WOODLIEF 

KITTRELL, N. C. 
Agricultural Education 

Kappa Phi Kappa, Expansion Secretary; Alpha 
Zeta; Ag Ed Club, Vice President; Ag Club; 
Veterans Club. 

ROBERT McFARLAND WOODSIDE 

STAUNTON, VA, 
Nuclear Engineering 

American Institute of Physics; American Rocket 
Society; American Nuclear Society. 

GERALD JORDAN WOOLARD 

RALEIGH, N. C 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Industrial Arts Club 

JIMMY LUTHER WOOTEN 

WALSTONBURC, N. C. 

Animal Industry 

Track. 





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LLOYD B. WORTHINGTON, JR. 

WINTERVILLE. N, C. 
Electrical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary 4; YMCA; Advanced 
AFROTC. Wing Staff, Drill Team, Dept. Com- 
mander 3; Disciples Student Fellowship, Presi- 
dent 3, State President 4. 




THOMAS FULTON WYKE 

SHELBY, N. C. 
Nuclear Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi. 

FRANK EARL WYNNE 

WILLIAMSTON, N. C. 
Industrial Arts, Technical Option 

Track 1 

JOSEPH LOUIS YATES 

MORRISVILLE, N. C 
Civil Engineering 

ASCE, Intramural Tennis, Basketball 1, 2, : -i 

STEVIE MIKE YIONOULIS 

WILSON, N. C. 
Engineering Mathematics 

Tennis 1, 2; Theta Tau; Engineering Coun. > 
4; Math Club. 

CHARLES RICHARD YOUNTS 

LEXINGTON, N. C 

Soils 

FarmHouse. 

THOMAS LEE YOUNTS 

THOMASVILLE, N C. 
Industrial Arts. Technical Option 

IAS. 

JOHN SAMUEL YOW 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Dairy Manufacturing 

Alpha Gamma Rho, Vice President; Publications 
Board; Track 2; Intramural Football 3, Softball 
4. Basketball 3, 4, Tennis, Badminton 3, 4; Pres- 
ident junior Class; Ag Club; Al Club; CU Out- 
ing Committee. 

IBRAHIM YUCEYAR 

BARNOWA- IZMIR, TURKEY 
Textiles 

International Club, AATCC. 

CLAUDE ROSS ZACHARY, JR. 

CHARLOTTE. N. C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi; ASME; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Interfraternity Council, Orientation Commission. 



THEODORE SANFORD ZELLER 

COLUMBUS. OHIO 
Animal Industry 

Intramural Football 2, 3. Volleyball 2. 



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SPECIAL STUDENTS 



SUSHMA RAJ ANAND 


MOHAMMED FAROUK DOSSA 


NAVNIT M. PAREKH 


INDIA 


KARACHI, PAKISTAN 


INDIA 


Sociology 


Textiles 


Textiles 


ABIGAIL VALENCIA BONECILLO 


HECTOR NOEL GOMEZ 


AMRESH MAN PRADHANANG 


PHILIPPINES 


SOUTH AMERICA 


KATHAMANDU, NEPAL 


Textiles 


Agricultural Education 


Agriculture 


JAMES ELAM CALDWELL, JR. 


LUIS MORFE LOPEZ 


NICOLA SAGNA 


CHARLOTTE, N C. 


PHILIPPINES 


ROME, ITALY 


General Sit/dies 


Textiles 


Agriculture 


ANIMA DE 


FE ONA MASILUNGAN 


PRAVATE SINHA 


CALCUTTA. INDIA 


PHILIPPINES 


CALCUTTA, INDIA 


Education 


Textiles 


Chemistry 


ROHITKUMAR MOJILAL DESAI 


JURG PETER NEF 


SAWANG SUPAKON 


INDIA 


ST. CALL, SWITZERLAND 


BANGKOK. THAILAND 


Textiles 


Textiles 


Agriculture 





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BOARD 





Student publications have been a vital 
force in the life of North Carolina State 
College for many years. Since its beginning 
in 1931, The Board of Student Publications 
has served as a joint student-faculty body de- 
signed to improve and coordinate the various 
student publications, now totaling eight in- 
cluding the student radio station. The diver- 
sity of publications and the varying styles 
provide an excellent training ground in the 
field of communications for all students who 
are interested in this work. 



RUDOLPH PATE 
Chairman 



FACULTY -STAFF 

Henry Bowers W. A. Newel 



0. B. Copeland 
W. L. Fleming 



Rudolph Pate 
Lindsay Whichard 



PRESIDENT SENIOR CLASS: 
Arron Capel 

PRESIDENT JUNIOR CLASS: 
Dave Thomas 

PRESIDENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT: 
Jim Hunt, Jr. 



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OF PUBLICATIONS 



AGRICULTURIST: 




Editor 


William H. Johnson 


Business Manager 


Robert L. Leonard 


AGROMECK: 




Editor 


Ralph Boswell 


Business Manager 


William Gardner 


DESIGN: 




Editor 


Arthur R. Cogswell 


Business Manager 


Shelton R. Peed 


PINETUM: 




Editor 


Richard V. Welch 


Business Manager 


Gary F. Dozier 


SOUTHERN ENGINEER: 




Editor 


Frank S. Scarpa 


Business Manager 


James R. Currie 


TECHNICIAN: 




Editor 


Roy Lathrop 


Business Manager 


Ray Morgan 




JULIA MARTIN LUCAS 
Secretary 



TEXTILE FORUM: 

Editor Walton K. Lynch 

Business Manager Harry V. Lindsay 

WKNC: 

Manager Edwin Finch 

Business Manager _. John Sprinkle 




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THE 

AGROMECK 

STAFF 



RALPH BOSWELL 
Editor-in-Chief 



BILL GARDNER 
Business Manager 





The AGROMECK is the largest publication on 
campus. The eight section editors, the Editor, the 
Business Manager, the Photographer, and the four 
assistants work long, hard hours to put out a yearbook 
that all the students will enjoy. 

Each year the Editor strives to put out a book that 
is comprehensive and different. His job is a tre- 
mendous one with multiple worries. 

At the end of the year when the AGROMECK goes 
to press, the Editor can sigh in relief and be sure that 
he has done a service that will live for many years 
on the State College Campus. 



STUART HART 
Photographer 



MISS PEGGY ALLRED for STUART HART 




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MISS ANNA THOMPSON 

Sponsor for 

RALPH BOSWELL 



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MISS MARGARET SUMMEY 

Sponsor for 

BILL GARDNER 



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JERRY GODFREY 
Organizations Editor 



CHARLIE 




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MISS BETSY GARDNER for JERRY GODFREY 



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HOYT HACKNEY 
Military Editor 









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KEN STEPPE 
Fraternity Editor 





MISS JUNE PUCKETT tor KEN STEPPE 



MISS |EAN EDWARDS 

for 

HOYT HACKNEY 





CHARLES JORDAN. Administration Editor 



LAD DANIELS 




STAFF 



MISS PECCY GALES for CHARLES JORDAN 



LEON HENDERSON 
School Editor 





WILBUR CREED 



ASSISTANTS 



MISS ANN DOBSON for JIM MILLER 




]IM MILLER, Sports Editor 





MISS EMILY DEAN 

for 
LEON HENDERSON 





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ROY LATHROP, Editor 




THE TECHNICIAN 



|IM MOORE 
Executive Editor 

BOB UNDER 
Sports Editor 



For the second year, the Technician 
has operated on a bi-weekly basis. Bat- 
tling against great odds of economic 
force, Roy and Ray have successfully 
published a fine example of the Free 
Press. 

All the staff members pitched in and 
presented to the students sports, humor, 
and campus news. The Technician is a 
source of relaxation, interest, and infor- 
mation to all the students who read it. 



GEORGE HAMMETT 
Managing Editor 



SKIP KUCLER l rear) 
Photographer 

STEVE DAVES I front) 
Feature Editor 





Columnists and News Staff: )OHN COCKE, CHUCK LOMBARD, VERNON NIVEN, ROGER 
FAULKNER, OSCAR TAYLOR, MIKE LEA, VANCE ROBERTS, BILL MARLEY (OTL) 



RAY MORGAN, Business Manager 




PENN CASSELS 
Asst. Business Mgr. 

ROLFE REUSING 
Circulation Mgr. 





THE STAFF 



Advertising and Circulation Staff: 

DAN JOHNSON, HURDLE LEA, |ERRY AUSTIN, 

ALAN TEAGUE, BILL RADFORD. 




RADIO STATION 

W K N C 




ED FINCH 
Station Manager 




|OHN SPRINKLE 
Business Manager 




TECHNICAL STAFF: 

ROY GRIFFIN, Technical Director 
DICK DOWNS, RAMON BRITT, 
Technical Assistants 




PRODUCTION STAFF: 

KENT WATSON, Program Director 
RUSS FORD, News Director 
BOB CORRELL, Sports Director 
GRAYSON REID, Traffic Director 





D. ).s: GRAYSON REID, MICKEY AVERETTE, JIM CASON 



SALES STAFF: 

MIKE GRAHAM, Salesman 
BOB CAHRMANN, Coordinator 
LARRY STEVENS, Sales Director 
i not pictured). 



WKNC is a new name, but it is still State College 
Radio. 

What is really behind the scene at WKNC? Every 
State student knows of the fine news, music, sports 
and special events broadcasted by WKNC; but how is 
it done? The answer to this question is two words: 
HARD WORK. 

WKNC is a student organization that men take an 

interest in. In taking that interest, they strive to excel 

in bringing to the State College man his kind of 
listening. 



THE 

VOICE OF 
THE WOLFPACK 
580 KC 



ANNOUNCING STAFF D. J.s 
BOB CAHRMANN. RUSS LYDEY, JIM BEARD, CLIFF FEATHER, LARRY NIXON 






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EDDIE KNOX 
Vice-President 



PHIL CARLTON 
Secretary 




|IMMY HUNT 
President 



STUDENT 





ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

TOM ECK, Chairman 

DAVE THOMAS, GENE FOUST, DICK BURGESS, CHUCK MILLER 



The Student Government is o self-administering body 
comprised of State College students. The Student Gov- 
ernment is an example of student leadership and student 
Democracy. 

The accomplishments of the Student Government are 
too many to enumerate. One such improvement fostered 
by the Student Government is the new attendance rules 
in effect at State College. 

Only by leadership, integrity, and devotion to duty can 
progress in the Student Government be accomplished — 
and the State College Student Government possesses 
these qualities. 



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CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL 
EDDIE KNOX, Chairman 



GOVERNMENT 




RULES COMMITTEE: BOB COOKE, Chairman; JOHN SPRIN- 
KLE, ED SPENCER. 





CAMPUS STORE, ADVISORY COMMITTEE: 
REID HINSON, CARL HENLEY, WILLIAM 
O'QUINN. 



LARRY BAXTER 
Treasurer 



TRAFFIC COMMITTEE 

Ralph Boswell, Chairman 

Paul Madren 

Don Blizzard 

Bob Womack 

Bill Carrigan 

John Pivin 

John Williamson 

Charles Graham 




CAMPUS WELFARE COMMITTEE 

Phil Carlton, Chairman 
Ashley Pierson 
Bob Draughn 
J. K. Sherron 




FRESHMAN SENATORS- 
GRADUATES 

Jerry Cebe 
Linda Wey 
Ron Enders 
James Morris 
Wesley McGee 
Jim Groce 
Larry Porter 
Nurham Warwick 
Jim Caldwell 
Robin Best 
Donald Duckworth 
Henry Louvin 
Edwin Woods 
Sam Jenkins 




BUDGETARY AND FINANCE 
COMMITTEE 

Larry Baxter, Chairman 
Roger Spencer 
Ben Kittrcll 
Bob Brisson 




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INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE 

Charlie Russell, Chairman 
|im Frye 
Bob Deaton 
Royce Hagaman 
Scoofer Jordan 




ORIENTATIONS COMMITTEE 
Gilbert Alligood, Chairman 




PROMOTIONS COMMITTEE 

Waring Boys, Chairman 
Tom Cilmore 
Garland Warren 
Ben Sugg 
Leon Allen 




ELECTIONS COMMITTEE 

Clay Price, Chairman 
Bob Redmon 
Paul Moody 
John Sherrill 
George Lester 
Arron Capel 



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THE HONOR CODE BOARD 




The Honor Code is not merely another approach 
to the problem of conduct; it is an integral part 
of the College's educational philosophy. 

The primary goal of the Honor Code is to develop 
in the student those honorable virtues that are so 
essential in attaining strength of character. A 
college education that fails to instill a strong sense 
of honor has fallen short of the fulfillment of its 
responsibility. 



|OHN FULTON 
Chairman 




Members of the Board: Bill Byrd, Gene Butler, Lad Daniels, Tom Hewitt, Joel Ray, Bob 
Beasley, Harris Caldwell, Bill Sharpe, Sterling Mason. 



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THE CAMPUS CODE BOARD 



The Campus Code is the second component of 
the Honor System. It is a pledge on the part of 
each student to conduct himself in a manner be- 
fitting a gentleman under all circumstances. Since 
"gentlemanly conduct" cannot be precisely defined, 
the interpretation is left to the student, who must 
rely upon his own training and common sense. 

To this ideal of honorable conduct all men may 
be assumed to be dedicated, regardless of their 
status; however, here at State College it is a re- 
sponsibility assumed on entering. 




BRUCE HAINLEY 
Chairman 




Members of the Board: Nick Ardiro, Bill Rearick. Tom Krimminger, Speed Williams, 
Reid Hinson, Bill Marley, Paul Romeo, John Cobb, Bobby Freeze. 



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COLLEGE 



The College Union is a building for the students. 
Containing the elements of a hotel, a restaurant, 
and a community center, it is open to all students 
sixteen hours a day. 

The heart of the College Union, however, is not 
located in the steel and concrete of the building, 
but rather in the Union organization itself. The 
building is merely the instrument through which 
the Union idea is accomplished, and its success 
reflects the combined efforts of its Officers, Board 
of Chairmen, Committees and Board of Advisors. 

The College Union Board of Directors puts the 
stamp of approval on the social budget and on the 
rules concerning the use of the Union Building. 
It also sets the College Union policy. 

The Board of Chairmen consists of the student 
president, vice-president and secretary of the 
Union, and the Chairmen of the sixteen standing 
committees. The Board meets weekly. It critically 
analyzes all the programs of each committee and 
coordinates events that are sponsored jointly. 

The Union Committee is a proving ground for 
initiative, dependability, loyalty, and tolerance. 
Since students graduating from college are often 
grade "A" technicians and grade "D" leaders, the 
Union's prime objective is to teach students to 
become effective leaders and citizens. Open to all 
students, the committee program is geared to teach 
them how to get along with other people and to 
organize events and ideas. 

The Board of Advisors is composed of faculty 
and staff members who make themselves available 
to the committee for advice and guidance. 

The scholastic courses on campus offer mastery 
of words, ideas, and principles — the usual concept 
of a college education. The Union, however, offers 
practical experience in understanding and working 
with people. 




JERRY ERDAHL 
Director 



PAUL ESSEX 
President 




CHARLIE SELDON 
Vice-President 



PRESTON SASSER 
Secretary 



ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 




UNION 



BOARD OF ADVISORS 




Alice Young 


Dave Phillips 


Martha Robinson 


Tom Lynn 


Vinal Overing 


Sydney Knowles 


Jerry Erdahl 


Charlie Kahn 


Carl Mollcr 


|ohn Matrox 


Dick Heaton 






BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Betty Black 


)im Hunt 


Preston Sasser 


Leonard Deans 


Charlie Seldon 


George Colton 


Paul Essex 


Erbie Mangum 


Burton Beers 


Speed Williams 


Nancy Mumford 


Nick Ardito 


Stan Timblin 


Jerry Erdahl 


A. C. Hayes 


Roy Lathrop 


Harvey Hancock 


Larry Carter 


|im Anderson 


Harvey Bumgardner 




BOARD OF CHAIRMEN 



Nancy Mumford 


Harvey Sigmon 


Preston Sasser 


Stan Timblin 


Charlie Seldon 


Jim Stevenson 


Paul Essex 


Nick Ardito 


Dot Walker 


Hilton Edwards 


Oscar Taylor 


John Chappell 


Erbie Mangum 


George Colton 


Clarence Rowell 


Rex Campbell 


Larry Brady 


Hank Hamilton 



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INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE 



LIBRARY COMMITTEE 





MUSIC COMMITTEE 



OUTING COMMITTEE 



COMMITTEES 



PHOTOGRAPHY COMMITTEE 



PUBLICITY COMMITTEE 





SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



THEATER COMMITTEE 





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YOUNG MEN'S CHRIST 




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OSCAR WOOLRIDCE 
Coordinator of Religious Affairs 
and General Secretary 

WILLIAM LONG 
Associate Secretary 



Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: These men are responsible for carrying out the Y.M.C.A program. 



The North Carolina State College YMCA has been 
operating on the campus since 1890. Membership is open 
to every member of the student body, faculty, and staff 
of the college. Today there are approximately 1000 
persons belonging to the organization. The YMCA de- 
votes its program to small group meetings, conferences, 
and retreats in preparing its members spiritually, politi- 
cally, socially, and morally for the varied activities of 
the college community and, later, in the wider world. 



Freshman Discussion Groups, The Apollo Club, Inter- 
national Student Activities, Chapel Services, Bible Study 



Discussion Group 




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AN ASSOCIATION 




FRED MANLEY 
President 



KEN VAUGHN 
Vice-President 



JOE NIXON 
Secretary 



Groups, Student Ethics, and Courtship and Marriage 
Discussion Groups are designed as small group meetings. 

Conferences on the United Nations, Government, Or- 
ganization and Structure of the YMCA, Religious Train- 
ing, and Faculty and Student problems are planned 
through the year. 

At the heart of the Association is the Christian Faith. 
To best meet the needs of the men and women students, 
faculty, and staff, the program of the North Carolina 
State College Young Men's Christian Association is 
openly Christian. 



GENE BUTLER 
Treasurer 



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Chapel service. 



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THE 

MONOGRAM 

CLUB 





The purposes of the Monogram Club are to recognize 
through a student organization those men who have 
earned a monogram, in accordance with the regulations 
of N. C. State College; to foster good fellowship among 
monogram winners; to promote a high standard of inter- 
collegiate athletics and the spirit in which they are con- 
ducted; and to encourage ideals of good sportsmanship 
among athletes and spectators in the best interest of 
North Carolina State College. 



OFFICERS 

Ernie Driscoll Vice-President 

David Broyhill Recording Secretary 

Pete Seese Membership Secretary 

Jim Crain Treasurer 

Pete Bazanos Sergeant-At-Arms 

Frank Cackovic Reporter 



THE BOYS" 





PRESIDENT |OE RODRI 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 



OFFICERS 

President 
Robert Jones 

Vice-President 
Gordon Ponder 

Secretary 
Faye Locke 

Treasurer 

Harvey Sigmon 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




OFFICERS 

President 

George Brown 

Vice-President 
Roy Griffin 

Secretary 
Sam Annas 

Program Chairman 
Wendell Guth 

Devotional Chairman 
John Hauser 



Social Chairman: Harold Frazier; Missions Chairmen: 
Dan Johnson, Dave McMahon; Music Chairman: Jess 
Sullins; Enlistment Chairmen: Vince Hamrick, Bob Allen; 
Publicity Chairman: Bob Hager; Baptist Chaplain: Leroy 



Richardson, Jr.; Church Representatives: Clarence 
Rowell, Bill Waters, Allen Feimster, Jim Frazier, Conrad 
Beam, Ellis Byrd, Ford Shepherd, Glenn Mitchell. 



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INTER-DORMITORY 
COUNCIL 



LEONARD DEAN 
President 




PHILIP DEANS 
Secretary 



I *** V. 





TREVA WIGGINS for LEONARD DEAN 

MRS. JIMMY IACUMIN for JIM JACUMIN 

BILLIE BOYETTE for PHILIP DEANS 

BETH HARMON for FRANK ALLEY, JR. 




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JIM JACUMIN 
Vice-President 




STUDENT DIRECTORS 



III! I 




IDC CROUP COUNCIL 




KATHRYN RICE for WILLIAM KEEN 
SYDNEY MARK for BILL REARICK 
FAYE YOUNG for LYNN EURY 
MARGIE HOUSE for SAM BRUMMITT 



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COLLEGE Life varies 




ALEXANDER 





Extra Curricular activities 



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'Leave your guns 
at home, son . . .' 



BAGWELL 





'Not licensed for public broadcast . . . put it on. 



[211] 




B ECTO N 



Well, so what? Didn't you go to college? 






[212] 



BERRY 





I hope my professors understand. 



FOURTH 





"Hah, I've got tomorrow's quiz knocked!" 




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GOLD 




You'll never forget 
your college days. 



'But I don't want my 
picture taken . . ." 



STADIUM 





[214] 



OWEN 




These good ole days will be over soon, 
BUT NOT TOO SOON FOR ME. 





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College days and the good 
friends we meet may someday 
fade from our memories, but never 
from this page on which they are 
recorded. 









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TUCKER 




The games we play and the bull 
sessions we have are all a part 
of our college education. 

These bull sessions are the only 
place you can enter into intelli- 
gent conversations on sex, gov- 
ernmental problems, world affairs, 
and what to do when she's mad 
at you. 





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TURLINGTON 





That quiz must have been a bad one. 






nTffirn 




WATAUGA 



Ah, Ho! You thought you wouldn't 
be found out, didn't you? 





What does it look like to you? 




WELCH 



[219] 








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DORM 



It's new, all right! 



We're going to run the cafe- 
teria out of business. s^^ 




STATE'S MATES 



State's Mates is a club or- 
ganized to unite student 
wives in social interests and 
other campus activities. 



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"Mi: ft ft 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Sandy Parrott, President; Doris Stadler, First Vice-President; Melissa 
Colvin, Second Vice-President; Fran Carver, Recording Secretary; Patsy Love, Corresponding Secretary; 
Ann Foster, Treasurer; Grace Gregg, Auditor; |ean Lippard, Parliamentarian. 




STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN and SPONSORS 
Sponsors: Mrs. Edward W. Glazener; Mrs. Howard G. Miller. 




MU BETA PSI 




OFFICERS 

President 

Homer Mason 

Vice-President 

Clarence Thornburg 

Secretary 

David Peterson 

Treasurer 

Bill Coutouzis 



VETERANS' ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

President 
Ben Treece 

Vice-President 
Larry Micol 

Secretary 
Darrell Eudy 

Treasurer 
Ed Cranford 

Corresponding Secretary 
Bill Horton 

Social Director 
Neil Hart 




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YDC 



The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is 
to stimulate in young people an active interest 
in governmental affairs, to increase the efficiency 
of popular government, to foster and perpetuate 
the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party, 
to recruit new members for the Democratic Party 



and Democratic candidates, to help acquaint 
voters with the issues and the candidates, and to 
provide for our people through administration the 
highest degree of justice, social welfare, and happi- 
ness. 







OFFICERS 

President 

Tom Gilmorc 
Vice-President 

J. K. Sherron 
Recording Secretary 

James Speed Williams 
Corresponding Secretary 

James C. Caldwell 
Treasurer 

Royce Hagaman 
Advisor 

Dr. William Block 



MUSICAL 
ORGANIZATIONS 



THE SYMPHONIC BAND 




THE FANFARE BAND 




THE MARCHING BAND 

Tp.iasojTiTiT 






Robert A. Barnes 
Director of Music 



The Music Department under the direc- 
tion of Robert A. Barnes and Nels Leonard, 
Jr. embraces the activities of the State 
College Bands, The Brass Ensemble, The 
Men's Glee Club and the Chapel Choir. 
Each of the groups presents concerts on 
and off campus and on TV and Radio. 

Since the early days of N. C. State Col- 
lege, its musical organizations have played 
an important part in the life of the campus. 
These groups present concerts, furnish 
music for official college functions and 
perform at athletic events. 

The combined membership of these or- 
ganizations constitutes the largest volun- 
tary student organization on the campus. 
The student who spends a great deal of 
time studying finds music to be a very 
stimulating activity. Participation in music 
helps the student to maintain a healthy 
attitude toward college and toward life 
in general. 



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OFFICERS OF THE BANDS 

President — Hobart Whitman 

1st Vice-President — Charles Earl Green 

2nd Vice-President — Thomas H. Eck 

Secretary-Treasurer (Symphonic Band' — 
Robert F. Shaw 

Secretary-Treasurer (Fanfare Band I — 
James S. Lowe 

Business Manager — Dewey M. Griffith 

Public Relations Officer — James W. Byrd 




Officers of the Bands 



1958-1959 N. C. STATE BANDS PERSONNEL 



Abbott, Peyton B., Ill 

Barbour, Jesse 0. 
Beatty, Marvin E., Ill 
Beam, David C. 
Boyland, James L. 
Bradshaw, James B. 
Brookhyser, George E. 
Brown, Charles E. 
Bryan, George H. 
Byrd, James W. 

Carpenter, William C. 
Cashaft, Everett D. 
Cason, James L., Ill 
Cotes, Charles H. 
Cerasi, John 
Chappell, John F. 
Chedester, Alan M. 
Christiansen, J. W. 
Cilvik, Reginald M. 
Clark, Frank B., Jr. 
Clemmer, William H. 
Clemmons, Gene A. 
Coble, Douglas F. 
Cone, Norman P. 
Cook, Russell A. 
Coutouzis, William E. 
Cowan, Murray R. 
Croom, Marion B. 

Daniel, Ralph W. 
Davis, Aubrey T. 
Davis, James L. 
Davis, John C. 
Davis, Robert D. 
Deaton, Bobby B. 
Dekle, Donne R. 
Dorman, Robert K. 
Duke, Charles L. 



Eck, Thomas H. 
Everett, Marvin M. 

Fisher, George M. 
Fisher, Henry L., Jr. 
Fraser, Robert H. 
Fullington, Ronald W. 
Futrell, James C. 

Gardner, Charles Ray 
Gerringer, Hugh L. 
Godfrey, R. Byron 
Graham, Charles P. 
Green, Charles E. 
Griffith, Dewey M. 

Hager, Harold D. 
Hager, Robert L. 
Haigler, James W. 
Harris, Thomas I. 
Harton, Arthur W. 
Hill, Robert K. 
Hill, Roger E. 
Hinson, Laurin K. 
Holt, Hugh M. 
Holt, Robert N. 
Houston, Forrest R. 
Hughes, Eugene R. 

Jackson, William M. 
Jarrett, Olin, Jr. 
Johnson, Jackie B. 
Johnson, William T. 
Johnston, William 
Jones, Thomas L. 
Jordan, Leon T. 
Joslin, Arnold L. 

Kennon, Jerry M. 
King, Henry Frank 
Kiser, Jack L. 



Langston, Edward H. 
Lasseter, Robert H. 
Lavitt, Leonard 
Leggett, Iva P. 
Lindell, Stephen T. 
Lowe, James E. 
Lyon, Thomas H. 

MacCallum, M. David 
Madren, Frank S. 
Martin, Alan 
Martin, Roy H., Jr. 
McClendon, John E. 
McCorkle, Richard A. 
Metts, Alvin S. 
Miller, Daniel W. 
Mills, Milton K. 
Moore, Douglas K. 
Moore, Thomas E. 
Moose, Harvey C. 
Morris, James S. 

Nelson, David W. 
Newman, Carl L. 
Nix, Harvey C. 
Nixon, Larry D. 

Oerter, Neil F. 
Orr, Thomas J. 
Owens, Andrew W. 
Owens, Ted A. 

Peterson, Paul D. 

Quick, Lee Tanya 

Reaves, Thomas B. 
Redmon, Robert B., Jr. 
Reich, Franklin 
Reinhardt, Richard B. 
Revelle, William F. 
Riedell, Charles A. 



Ritchie, Donald F. 
Roberson, Wm. H. 
Rowley, Lee R. 

Sanderson, Chas. L. 
Schiff, Mark R. 
Seegers, Geo. S. 
Shaw, Robt. F. 
Shearon, Ronald W. 
Sher, Horace J. 
Shinn, Thos. S. 
Shumate, Stewart T. 
Sink, Lorry W. 
Slate, Robt. E. 
Sloan, Benjamin, Jr. 
Smith, Danny G. 
Somers, William F. 
Stubbins, Geo. E. 
Suessmann, Kenneth W. 
Summer, Garry L. 

Teague, David B. 
Teague, Robt. M. 
Tillotson, Curtis C. 
Thompson, Eugene E. 
Tripp, Jasper L. 
Troutman, Curtis C. 
Tune, Harry C, Jr. 
Turner, Conrad L. 

Walker, James F. 
Watson, Kent E. 
West, George H. 
Wey, Linda 
White, Donald M. 
Whitsell, William K. 
Whitman, Hobart A. 
Willoughby, James F. 
Winton, Raymond S. 
Wise, Joe M. 








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John Murphy 
Pres. 

Hoyt Beard 
Sec. 

Herbert Little 
Publicity Dir. 



Don Malpass 
Vice-Pres. 

Grady Knott 
Treas. -Business Mgr. 

William Stjinb.uk 
Assistant Publicity Dir. 



EN'S 



GLEE CLUB 




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VARSITY RIFLE TEAM 




Gathered around some of their trophies are: Lee Northcutt; Don Rummler, team captain, James Brown 
I unfortunately hidden); Melvin Moody: Paul Hofmann, team coach and NRA instructor; Reid Hinson; 
and William Wilkie. 



Rifle-shooting a sport? You bet it is. 

Baseball, basketball, and football have been a part 
of our educational program for many years. These ac- 
tivities tend to become spectator sports where the enter- 
tainment is great, but the physical development benefits 
are confined to relatively few skilled players. Participa- 
tion is limited to a few years even for those who excel. 
Professional educators in the physical education field 
have been concerned for some time over the lack of 
emphasis on activities that have lifetime value for all 
the people. Prominent among these are outdoor pur- 



suits such as shooting, hunting, casting, fishing, and 
other outdoor activities which have significant implica- 
tions for the conservation of human and natural re- 
sources. 

Since February, 1958, N. C. State College has had 
its own Varsity Rifle Team. In the 1958 NRA National 
Intercollegiate Championships, and the National Indoor 
Championships, this team successfully represented N. C. 
State College. Today, the VARSITY RIFLE TEAM is rec- 
ognized as being one of the best college rifle teams in 
the Southeast. 





On the range: W. D. Barbre, Dan Whiteside. Bob Burgess, 
Don Rummler, Melvin Moody. 



Left to right: Wilkie, Moody, Fine, Whiteside. Brown, Burgess, 
Hinson, Rummler, Frekko, Hofmann, Barbre. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




LARRY CARTER 
President 



PHIL CAINES 
Vice-President 



BOB DAVIS 
Secretary 



GARY SCHULTZ 
Treasurer 



The Interfraternity Council was organized in the spring of 
1931 through the efforts of the College Administration and the 
fraternity leaders. The purpose of the Council is "to advance 
the interests of North Carolina State College, to promote the 
general interests and welfare of the associated fraternities 
as a body, and to insure co-operation between them in their 
relations with the faculty, student body, and the public in 
general." The Council is composed of two representatives from 
each chapter, elected by the chapter. 

As the social feature of the college year, the Council sponsors 
two dances — the Pledge Dance in the fall semester and Spring 
Creeks. 



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Jerry Austin -X 
Dick Bickel SS 
Cordon Bond TKE 
|an Cates *KT 
Shelton Collier I1K* 
Bill Culbreth SD 



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El J 



Earl Davis ArP 
Bob Deaton AS* 
Tom Eck 6X 
Bill Garwood 2*E 
Tom Cilmore FH 
Boyce Harwell SH 



Larry Kerr AXA 
Cordon Kirkman OX 
Stephen Koszewski TKE 
Lennie Lavitt 2AM 
Tom Long >M\T 
Mac Lupoid -AE 



Jim Maus —IT 
Joe McLean K— 
Bob Meadows KA 
Pete Moffirt I1KA 
Bill Moore niv* 
John Newlin 2X 



Jim Oggerino •tEII 
Larry Patterson ATP 
Norman Samet SAM 
Ferrell Sanders OKA 
Bob Schuster -AM 
Bill Sharpe OX 



Dave Smith FH 
Kenneth Steppe -AE 
Charles Tanner *EII 
Elvey Thomas K- 
Pete Thoma AXA 
Ross Zachary A2<J> 




[231] 




JOANNE PENNY 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 




PEGGY SWAIN 
FARMHOUSE 



[232] 




JUNE VICK 

SIGMA PI 



BARBARA RICKARD 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




[234] 




CAROLYN PEGG 

SICMA PHI EPSILON 





JANE OWENS 

SIGMA CHI 



KAY SWAIN 
DELTA SIGMA PHI 




[236] 





BEVERLY KLAFF 

SICMA ALPHA MU 



RUSTY PENNELL 

PI KAPPA PHI 




[237] 




MARGARET STROUD 
THETA CHI 




ANN WHICKER 

ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



[233] 




SHARON RIDGEWAY 

KAPPA SIGMA 



BARBARA TAYLOR 
PHI EPSILON PI 




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ATP 



LARRY PATTERSON 




NU CHAPTER 



John Barwick 


Larry Baxter 


Leonard Breeman 


Danial Carroll 


Charles Edwards 


Merrelle Harris 


George Bason 


Ronald Bost 


William Carrigan 


Carlton Davis 


Gene Foust 


James Hill 




[242] 



ALPHA GAMMA 
RHO 




Alpha Gamma Rho was founded in 1904 at Ohio 
State. Its purpose is to develop the best social, 
mental, moral and physical qualities in each 
brother and to promote a wider acquaintance and 
a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men 
through fellowship in a national organization. 
There are now 33 active chapters with over 18,000 
members. 

Nu Chapter was initiated on March 15, 1919. 
One of the high aims of Nu Chapter is outstanding 
scholarship and activities which all members are 
expected to develop. The social activities include: 
pledge parties, Christmas Formal, Founders' Day 
Banquet, Pink Rose Ball, and beach parties. 



PLEDGE CLASS 



William Knowles 
Donald O'Quinn 



Emmett Patterson 
Glenn Patterson 



Larry Patterson 
Thomas Pearman 



Robert Proctor 
William Smith 



George Spence 
Roger Spencer 



Franklin Williams 
Samuel Yow 




[243] 



DELTA SIGMA 
PH 



Since 1899 when a group of students at the 
College of the City of New York got together and 
formed a 'new kind of organization' — a 20th Cen- 
tury Fraternity — Delta Sigma Phi has blossomed 
into one of Greekdom's most progressive, solid, and 
respected fraternities. 

Thousands of Delta Sigs have graduated from 
their 'laboratories of leadership' and have gone 
out into all walks of life proudly wearing the dia- 
mond-shaped pin of the Sphinx. 

Rho Chapter was installed at State College in 
1916, making it one of the older fraternities on 
campus. Social highlights of the year are the Car- 
nation Ball, Sailor's Ball, and the Alumni Home- 
coming. There are nearly 100 active chapters of 
Delta Sigs; 5 in North Carolina. 

The esteem College goal of a Delta Sig is ob- 
taining a well balanced diet of scholarship, leader- 
ship, social-ability, and extracurricular activities. 







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RHO CHAPTER 



D. Alexander 
S. Autry 



N. Banks 
W. Barksdale 



D. Beam 
S. Britr 



R. Beadles W. Brooks 



|. Byrd 
C. Carter 
I Clippard 



J DuBois 
R. Elam 
R. Ernull 



|. Erheridge 
R. Felton 
R. Fuller 



B. Gardner 
D. Criffirh 
T. Hay 



R. Hibbard 
H. Hudgins 
R. Kennel 




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AZ<J) 




A. Kiser 

T. Krimminger 

E. Mangum 



D. Manning 
). Matthews 
]. Murphy 




PLEDCE CLASS 



T. Owens 
J. Pierson 
R. Pittman 



T. Pons 
R. Robarge 
L. Rogers 



P. Romeo 
|. Sawyer 
R. Singleton 



ROBERT DEATON 



C. Smith 


). Sprinkle 


L. Worthington 


J. Smith 


I Swaim 


R. Zachary 


C. Shannon 


S. Timblin 






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DAVID SMITH 



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— ; — ■ — ■ 

FARMHOUSE 



Leonard Allen 
Harold Atkins 



Howard Bollinger 
David Bramlett 
Samuel Byrd 



Anthony Capps 
Bernard Ferguson 
Thomas Cilmore 



Thomas Hayworth 
)ames Hendrix 
Roy Holder 



Kenneth Howe 
Bass Hyatt 
Robert Leonard 




[246] 



FARM 
HOUSE 




FarmHouse is a national, non-Greek letter, social 
fraternity. The first chapter was established in 
1905 at the University of Missouri. Seven men con- 
ceived the idea of FarmHouse at Missouri, having 
in mind the development of a social fraternity which 
would maintain high morals, develop outstanding 
leadership qualities, strive for high scholastic 
achievements and provide a home for worthy agri- 
cultural students while in college. With these defi- 
nite objectives to reach, the motto, "Builder of 
Men," was adopted for the fraternity. 

The national scope of FarmHouse now includes 
16 active chapters. All of these groups have con- 
tinued to carry out the high ideals set forth by the 
mother chapter. Each year almost every FarmHouse 
ranks first in scholarship among the other frater- 
nities on their respective campuses. 

The North Carolina FarmHouse Club was for- 
mally installed on May 15, 1954, and received its 
charter as the thirteenth chapter of FarmHouse 
Fraternity. Since its beginning on the State College 
Campus in 1952, the organization has gained pres- 
tige through demonstrated ability in scholarship, 
leadership, intramurals, and joint fraternity func- 





PLEDGE CLASS 




nons. 




John McClamery 


Clay Price 


David Smith 


Ronnie Tharrington 


Henry Webster 


Charles McMahon 


James Punch 


Chris Tabor 


Tommie Tharrington 


William Whitehurst 


Donald Morris 


Junius Sales 


Bruce Teasley 


Noah Ward 






[247] 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 



Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and 
Lee University in 1865 to perpetuate the Southern 
ideal of gentlemanly character typified by Robert 
E. Lee, its spiritual founder. The fraternity is pat- 
terned on an order of knighthood, and the members 
are expected to conform to the discipline of the 
order and cultivate the graces of Southern gentle- 
men. Kappa Alpha restricts its field to colleges and 
universities south of the Mason-Dixon Line. At 
present there are 76 chapters within the order. 
Alpha Omega Chapter was chartered at North 
Carolina State College in 1903, and is the second 
oldest fraternity on the campus. The year's biggest 
social function is the annual Old South Ball. 




Ernest Anderson 
Henry Baucom 



Richard Bethunc 
David Bourne 
Edwin Bower 



Joseph Clement 
Robert Clement 
J:mes Crutchfield 



Bachman Doar 
Austin Edmondson 
Charles Eskridge 



ALPHA OMECA 



Rufus Fish 
Robert Codley 
Gene Grant 



Richard Grant 
Layton Gunter 
Richard Harvey 




[248] 



K A 








CENE SMITH 





PLEDGE CLASS 








George Howard 


Gerald Kriegel Marshall Miller 


William Roberts 


John Sherrill 


James York 


Frank Jenkins 


Arthur Mahaney Edward Nicholson 


John Ross 


James Spence 


Henry Youn 


William Johnston 


Bobby Meadows John Nixon 


Gary Schultz 


David Tousignant 






[249] 




K 2 



ELVEY THOMAS 








BETA-UPSILON 




Paul Anderson 


Fred Barnette 


Dudley Bryant Ed Calloway 


Roddie Crosby 


Joseph Archie 


Waring Boys 


Murray Borden Paul Davis 


Blair Ellis 


Pete Archie 


Churchill Brown 


Sumpter Brawley Arthur Corpening 


William Evans 




[250] 



KAPPA 
SIGMA 




Kappa Sigma originated at the University of 
Bologna in 1400 and soon spread to many of the 
larger universities of Europe. On December 10, 
1869, the "Five Friends and Brothers" formed the 
first American Chapter of Kappa Sigma at the 
University of Virginia. Kappa Sigma has grown 
until it now has at least one chapter in every state. 
There are 100,000 living alumni and 129 active 
chapters. 

Beta Upsilon Chapter was founded on the cam- 
pus of State College on February 23, 1903. Since 
that time it has initiated over 400 men. 



Croom Faircloth 
Don Flowers 
Milton Garrison 



PLEDCE CLASS 



Ronald Hulse 
Kenneth Loughlin 
Gene McCracken 



Joe McLean 
George O'Brien 
Thomas Powell 



Doug Roper 
George Snyder 
Percy Thackston 



Bill Tripp 

Harrison Underwood 

|ohn Wyman 




[2511 



LAMBDA CHI 
ALPHA 



Founded at Boston University in 1909, the Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha Fraternity has grown to be the larg- 
est national fraternity, with over 150 chapters 
located at prominent colleges in the United States 
and Canada. The "Cross and Crescent," the fra- 
ternity magazine, is published seven times annually. 
Other Lambda Chi Alpha chapters in the state are 
located at Duke, Carolina, Wake Forest and High 
Point. 

Gamma Upsilon Chapter was founded on the 
State College campus in 1924 and has initiated 
over 400 men since that time. The local chapter 
sponsors the annual interfraternity bridge tour- 
nament, a Christmas party and an Easter Egg hunt 
for underprivileged children. A highlight of the so- 
cial year is the Crescent Ball held in the Spring 
in conjunction with other Lambda Chi chapters in 
North Carolina. 




GAMMA UPSILON 



James Anderson 
Randall Brown 



Raymond Cronin 
Berkwood Farmer 



Homer Faw 
Charles Gupton 



Charles Hagwood 
Wilfred Hammond 



Clarence Herman 
Larry Kerr 



William Lassiter 
Peyton Neal 




[252] 



A X A 




James Parrish 
Frederick Pearson 




PETE THOMA 



ITS BETTER THIS WAY? 



Brooks Piercy 
Mark Raney 



Lanny RayfielrJ 
Bert Rickard 



David Scanlon 
lames Spence 



Drayton Smith 
Donald Somerville 



Pete Thoma 
Ralph Wallinger 




[253] 




<j>En 



JIM OCCERINO 








PHI EP HOUSE 



Robert Adams Roy Albinson Arnold Bernsten Murray Cowan Charles Giasberg Kelly Hawkins Yalcin Kermen 

Edward Austin James Cashetta Douglas Feiner Arthur Harton Alfred Hofmann James Leveretf 




[254] 



PHI EPSILON 
PI 




In June of 1949, a local fraternity, Phi Epsilon 
Tau, was chartered into the national fraternity, 
Phi Epsilon Pi. Phi Epsilon Tau had been founded 
in 1947 under the principles of fraternity, liberal- 
ism, and nonsectarianism. These ideals furnished 
the spark to weld together a strong brotherhood 
under the charter. 

Today the fraternity is rightfully proud of its 
high scholastic ranking and its reputation on cam- 
pus as a leader in extracurricular activities. 



LAWN PARTY 



Alan Martin 
Robert Myers 



|im Oggerino 
Murray Penny 



Bernard Plaxen 
Gary Rosenstrauch 



Lee Rowley 
Gilbert Schwartz 



Robert Shaw 
Charles Tanner 



Leonard Tillman 
Albert Wilfong 



Tarik Zenel 




[2551 



PHI KAPPA 
TAU 



The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity was founded at 
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in order to break 
up a political monopoly on the campus. Since its 
founding on March 17, 1906, Phi Kappa Tau has 
grown into a national organization of sixty-five 
chapters. 

The ideals of man's search for fellowship, knowl- 
edge, and truth are the three principles stressed 
by Phi Kappa Tau. The fraternity maintains high 
standards of scholarship and honor. 

The Chi Chapter at State College received its 
charter in 1923. There are, at present, forty-six 
brothers and pledges. To the members, Phi Kappa 
Tau is more than a name; it is a cornerstone of 
lasting friendship. 




CHI CHAPTER 



Rolin Barrett 
lames Bass 



Jan Cates 
Edward Clayton 



William Crawford 
Aubrey Davis 



Ernest Friar 
Gerald Gibson 



|ohn Goodman 
Augustus Hall 



Montague Hicks 
Hugh Holt 




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$KT 




PLEDGE CLASS 




TOM LONG 



Karvin Keith Ralph Nelson Thomas Sparrow Frank Thompson Bennie Ward Bobby Wilder 

Charles Lambright Clarence Shipp Eugene Thompson lames Walker Samuel Weaver lerry Wrightenberry 




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FERRELL SAUNDERS 



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ALPHA EPSILON 



Bob Davis 



Ralph Edwards 
William Ellis 



Charles Hall 
Robert Harrington 



|ohn |ohnson 
Raymond Korn 



Eugene Langley 
Ceorge Lester 




[258] 



PI KAPPA 
ALPHA 




Pi Kappa Alpha, since 1904, has been a leading 
fraternity on N. C. State's campus. Again this 
year, Pika served its purpose — that of building men 
of high character. This group of men found that 
by living and working together they could improve 
themselves and others around them. 

Of course, these men also developed their social 
life. There were numerous parties throughout the 
year, with Pika Ball highlighting them. 






PLEDCE CLASS 



Baine Martin 
William McElroy 



Maurice McNeely 
James Moffitt 



Ronald Olive 
Ferrell Sanders 



Preston Simmons 
John Taylor 



Owen Tharrington 




[259] 



PI KAPPA 
PH 



Pi Kappa Phi was founded December 10, 1904 
at the College of Charleston, Charleston, South 
Carolina. The founders, seven men who pledged 
themselves to a lasting bond of friendship, had no 
idea of the vast organization that would flower 
from the seed they had planted. With the definite 
purpose of extending the influence of the organi- 
zation, the incorporation as a national fraternity 
took place in 1907. The purpose of the fraternity 
is to promote fellowship and mutual trust among 
its members, and to give its members the highest 
ideals of Christian manhood and good fellowship. 

Tau Chapter was established at State College 
in 1920. To its members, Pi Kappa Phi is more than 
just three Greek letters; it is their college home 
and the cornerstone of life long friendship. 




TAU CHAPTER 



C. Allen 


) Browning 


H. Corbetr 


H. Ellison 


| Hollifield 


N. 


Jeffreys 


S. Knawles 


H. Mathews 


E. Bostrom 


W. Campbell 


M. Counc 


C. Crubbs 


R. Holmes 


D. 


|urney 


R. Leigh 


|. McLurd 


| Broughton 


S. Collier 


J. Durham 


H. Hastings 


J. Ingram 


A. 


Kimball 


M. Long 


E. Miller 




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W. Mills 
W. Moore 
R. Nance 



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J. Neal 
R. Neel 
L. Northcutt 



PLEDCE CLASS 



|. Parlier 
J. Pearsall 
|. Perkins 



B. Pennell 

C. Pierce 
C. Poole 





JERE PEARSALL 



C. Ratley 


B. Rush 


V. Taylor 


I. 


Walker 


). Redmond 


T. Saieed 


W. Taylor 


). 


Williams 


D. Rink 


D. Scott 


J. Vaughn 


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Wright 


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MAC LUPOLD 




N. C. ALPHA 




Ralph Boswell 


Robert Chiles 


Lad Daniels 


Bill Gardner 


Hoyt Hackney 


Stuart Hart 


Terry Brooks 


Wilbur Creed 


Ray Fountain 


|erry Godfrey 


Bruce Hainley 


Leon Henderson 


Jim Chambers 


|ohn Cobb 


)ohn Fulton 


Bob Coff 


Larry Harris 


Reid Hinson 



[262] 



SIGMA ALPHA 
EPSILON 




PLEDGE CLASS 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon was born on the campus 
of the University of Alabama in 1856. From the 
day of its birth, SAE was committed to hold fast 
to all things which are good and true in college 
and fraternity life and to turn away from every 
motive and action which might lessen esteem for 
character and result in the weakening or breaking 
of the ties of friendship. 

First of the great line of Southern fraternities, 
SAE now has 142 chapters in 46 states with 90,000 
living alumni. Coordination of the second largest 
national fraternity stems from the national offices 
housed in the beautiful Levere Memorial Temple 
at Evanston, Illinois. 

Alpha Chapter was established on the State Col- 
lege campus in 1947, and during this eleven-year 
span since its conception, has risen to take its 
rightful place on campus. Guided by high ideals 
and noble ambitions, it hopes to prove the worthi- 
ness and value of fraternal living. 




Art Honcycutt 


Dick Knox 


Bill Lytch 


Van Mitchell 


Dave Puett 


Monty Sevier 


Fred Houtz 


Bill Kropp 


Nat Martin 


Larry O'Connell 


Charlie Rickell 


John Seymour 


Scoofer Jordan 


Mac Lupoid 


John McRary 


Ted Ormsby 


Marc Schoonmaker 


Kenneth Steppe 



[263] 



SIGMA ALPHA 
MU 



Sigma Alpha Mu was founded on Thanksgiving 
Eve, November 26, 1909, at the College of the City 
of New York. The eight founders pledged them- 
selves to lasting friendship. 

The object of the fraternity, as expressed in its 
constitution, is "to foster and maintain among its 
sons a spirit of mutual, moral aid and support; 
to inculcate among its sons such ideals as will 
result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of 
true manhood, democracy, and humanity." 

Sigma Omega Chapter is the outgrowth of a 
local fraternity, Theta Phi, which had its begin- 
ning in 1929. From its inauguration, the fraternity 
has always maintained high standards of scholar- 
ship and conduct. Sigma Omega Chapter is the 
owner of its own house at 304 East Park Drive. 




SIGMA OMEGA 



Alan Altman 

Michael Berkelhammer 



|ocl Fishkino 
Philip Jacobs 



Philip Gaines 
Barry Gomborov 



Leonard Lavitt 
Gary Massel 




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ZAM 





NORMAN SAMET 





BROTHERS OF SIGMA OMEGA 






Gerald Pell 


Bob Schuster 


Mark Schiff 


Donald Srudley 


Norman Samet 


Spencer Shaps 


Fred Slosman 


Jaime Varon 




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JOHN NEWLIN 





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DELTA EPSILON 



Doug Angel 


William Bartlett 


Arron Capel 


John Cocke 


Robert George 


Bruce Hoadley 


Bill Kirk 


Jerry Austin 


Willett Bennett 


Ovid Cassels 


James Crawley 


Robert Ciersch 


Clyde Hoey 


Rudy Kugler 






Bruce Clodfelter 


David Elliot 


George Hammett 


Bill Kay 


Roy Lathrop 




[266] 



SIGMA 
CHI 




Sigma Chi Fraternity was established at Miami 
University, Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855. Since 
that time it has grown to a strength of 128 active 
chapters throughout the United States and Canada 
with over 68,000 living initiates. 

After two years of existence as a local fraternity, 
known as Chi Sigma, Delta Epsilon Chapter was 
established at North Carolina State College on 
May 15, 1943. 

With its own chapter house at 2514 Clark Ave- 
nue, Sigma Chi takes an active part in all campus 
activities. Among the accomplishments of the fra- 
ternity are winning the fraternity intramural 
championship trophy eight straight years and hav- 
ing a sing group that takes part in many of the 
musical activities on campus. 



SICMA CHI 



Jim Lawrence 


Chuck Miller 


Wilbur Mozingo 


Bill O'Brien 


Philip Redwine 


Charles Spencer 


Hugh Wilson 


Robert Under 


Jim Moore 


John Newlin 


James Powell 


Rolfe Reusing 


Alan Teague 


Leonard Word 


John Locke 


Bill Morrison 


Everett Norton 


William Radford 


Ernie Ross 








[267] 



SIGMA 
NU 



Sigma Nu had its beginning in the State of Vir- 
ginia. Founded at the Virginia Military Institute 
by three Confederate veterans, in 1869, Sigma Nu 
was early known as the Legion of Honor, from which 
some of its outward manifestations, such as the 
badge, were taken. Honor was the cardinal motif, 
virtue the essential teaching, and friendship the 
token of Sigma Nu. 

Beta Tau Chapter was founded at State College 
in April 1895, thus making it the oldest fraternity 
on the campus. 

Beta Tau Chapter has initiated close to 600 col- 
lege men during its sixty-three years of existence. 

". . . To believe in the Life of Love, to walk 
in the Way of Honor, to serve in the Light of Truth, 
this is the life, the way, and the light of Sigma 
Nu — this is the Creed of our Fraternity." 




BETA TAU CHAPTER 



Pete Antoniewiez 
Lawrence Barnes 



Walter Barnhill 
Weldon Bass 
Walter Bean 



Robert Blanchard 
George Blankfard 
James Brame 



Eugene Bryant 
Franklin Cartmel 
Roy Champion 



Richard Clement 
Terrell Corkern 
Lonnie Coulter 



Dan Davis 
Ernie Donahoe 
Robert Draughn 



Richard Duke 
Jerry Elliott 
Maxwell Fogleman 




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DICK BICKEL 







PLEDGE CLASS 










Roger Gregg 


James Hays 


Frederick Moreadith 


Howard Pruitt 


Edgar Saint 


Otto Tharpe 


Phillip Voder 


Boyce Harwell 


Tom Hewitt 


Karl Parrish 


Edmund Puckhaber 


Herman Snyder 


Earl Thompson 


Garland Warren 


Kenneth Mawn 


James Lewis 


Richard Poe 


Carl Reichenbach 


John Stevens 


Clement Twiford 






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LARRY CARTER 




SIC EP HOUSE 



Ernest Arthur 


|oel Baucom 


Harris Caldwell 


Elon Faelten 


Charles Carrison 


Charles Jamerson 


Charles Livengood 


Lehman Barnes 


Billy Boles 


lerry Coram 


Larry Faust 


William Garwood 


Wilson Jones 


William Marley 




jerry Bullin 


Frank Davis 


lames Frye 


Edward Gibbon 


William Littlejohn 


John McGahey 




[270] 



SIGMA PH 
EPSILON 




Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1, 
1901, on the campus of Richmond College in Rich- 
mond, Virginia. In the 56 years since its founding 
Sigma Phi Epsilon has grown from a small group 
of twelve to a membership of over 49,000 brothers 
all over the world. Today there are Sig Ep chapters 
at almost every important college and university 
in the United States. 

The chapter is active in all campus activities. 
Scholastically the Sig Eps are one of the highest 
on the campus. One of the gala weekends is the 
Carolina Sig Ep Ball which is held in conjunction 
with several other chapters of the Carolinas. 

Beta Chapter at State College was given its 
charter in 1905, making it the fifteenth national 
chapter. The present house, purchased in 1948 by 
the alumni, is located at 2512 Clark Avenue. 



PLEDGE CLASS 



v'i lliam McLaunne 
ansom Miller 
onald Moss 



John Nash 
Peter Nohl 
Robert Poovey 



James Propst 
Victor Rackley 
Bruce Richmond 



Ted Robinson 
William Schul 
Dave Thomas 



William Thornton Herbert Vermilya Milton Williams 

John Throutman William Westbrook Fred Wilson 

Edgar Underwood Michael Wilkinson 




[271] 



SIGMA 
PI 



Sigma Pi, notional social fraternity, was founded 
at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, Feb- 
ruary 26, 1897. The purpose of its founders was 
"to organize the most worthy activities, social, ath- 
letic, and scholarly, and to set a high standard 
of manliness and college loyalty." The fraternity 
now has sixty-six active chapters located through- 
out the nation. 

Rho chapter, formerly the local Sigma Chi Gam- 
ma, was installed at State College in May of 1921. 
The chapter owns its own chapter house located 
at 2513 Clark Avenue, two blocks from the college 
campus. 

The main event of the year is the annual Found- 
er's Day Banquet and Orchid Ball. The chapter has 
an annual softball game with Alpha-Nu chapter 
of Wake Forest and this year won first place among 
the fraternities with their homecoming float. Sigma 
Pi also presents an annual trophy to the fraternity 
with the highest pledge class scholarship average. 




RHO CHAPTER 



Wayne Bolick 
Wilson Brown 



George Bryan 
Silas Christenbury 



Frank Croft 
William Culbreth 
George Davis 



Jimmie Dellinger 
Henry Duncan 
John Eaton 



Junius Fisher 
Robert Fitts 
Larry Fleming 



limmie Hastings 
Marvin Hughey 
John Jacobs 



jan Jensen 
Ike Jones 
Jerry Kennon 




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|IM MAUS 



PLEDGE CLASS 



Robert Lasseter 


Ronald Mauldin 


Gordon Poole 


Kenneth Ross 


lames Thompson 


James Williams 


Larry Wilson 


Didier LeBlan 


Gerald McVicker 


Walter Roberts 


Frederick Stanton 


Alton Tilley 


Candler Willis 


Christian Witzke 


Tom Lind 


William Miller 


Herbert Rose 


Robert Teague 


(ames Untz 








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TKE 



STEPHEN KOSZEWSKI 



Cordon Bond 




BETA BETA 



William Booker 
Charles Brown 



Thomas Cochrane 
Thomas Curtin 



Oscar Connell 
Richard DeCoste 



Ronald Fullingron 
Charles Gotuaco 




[274] 



TAU KAPPA 
EPSILON 




SNOW PARTY 



Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded on January 10, 
1899, at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, 
Illinois. The founders established a fraternity of 
men chosen "not for their wealth, rank nor honor, 
but for their personal worth and character." The 
basic principles are charity, esteem, and love. A 
merger of a local fraternity, Alpha Lambda Tau, 
and the nationally established Tau Kappa Epsilon 
brought TKE to the South in the form of the Beta 
Beta Chapter at State College in 1947. 

The chapter has always prided itself on the in- 
terest members have shown in sports, student gov- 
ernment, publications, and particularly scholarship. 

Highlights of the Teke social calendar include 
the Founder's Day Banquet, the Carnation Ball, and 
the French Quarter Party. 

TKE emphasized the importance of careful bal- 
ancing of social activities, scholastic work, and par- 
ticipation in the extracurricular program of the 
college. 



lames Cross 
Edgar Harbinson 



Cordon Owen 
James Parrish 



William Porter 
Jacob Quickcl 



Donald Ritchie 
David Saunders 



Jesse Scott 




[275] 



THETA 
CH 



Theta Chi Fraternity was founded April 10, 1856 
at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont. From 
this beginning 102 years ago the fraternity has 
continually expanded until it now has 120 chapters 
on leading college and university campuses. 

Delta Rho Chapter was installed at State Col- 
lege on May 17, 1952. Our chapter's intentions 
are to make the fraternity a campus substitute 
for each member's home; to make the chapter 
house a home where members may live, study, work, 
and play with reasonable comfort and happiness; 
to assist in socializing the new pledges into the 
finished product of the graduating Senior; to teach 
them principles of self government; to aid them in 
attainment of high scholarship; to encourage them 
to gain the self-confidence and the building of 
personality that comes from participation in cam- 
pus activities — in short, in every way to aid them 
to become better fitted for distinguished service 
to their community and the world at large. 




DELTA RHO 



Lyle Beman 
James Boyland 



Richard Buynitzky 
John Chappell 



John Dawson 
Tom Eck 



George Holmes 
John Johns 



Charles Kirkman 
Douglas Mann 




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BILL SHARPE 





PLEDGE CLASS 








Gary Miller 


Paul Moody 


Robert Redmon 


Samuel Shi 


Robert Webber 


Roiert Miller 


Reid Patterson 


Donald Rummler 


Jackie Sparks 


)ared Wolfe 




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COLONEL LAUREN W. MERRIAM 
Professor of Military Science 



ARMY 



The Army ROTC has as its purpose, the training of 
students for position of leadership in the Army in time 
of national emergency. The successful completion of 
a four year Army ROTC course leads to a commission as 
a second lieutenant in the Army reserve. 

In the classroom, emphasis is placed on giving the 
prospective officer a general background knowledge of 
military subjects and activities essential to all of the 
Army's fifteen arms and services. Maximum effort is 
made to arouse the student's interest through the use 
of weapons, illustrations, training films, practical exer- 
cise and models. 

Drill and Exercise of Command facilitate development 
of those essential characteristics of leadership such as 
self-confidence, initiative, loyalty, and the ability to 
think clearly, make wise decisions and inspire others to 
work for the success of any endeavor. 



Lt. Col. John K. Roberts 
Lt. Col. Henry J. Pierce 
Ma|or Tyrus R. Spinella 
Major Edwin M. Reid 
Major Donald J. McCurk 



Maior Vernon B. Drum 
Maior Robert A. Tolar 
Capt. Purdy B. McLeod 
Capt. John W. McDaniel 
Capt. Ruth M. Isham 





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M Sgt. Rollins H. Nash 
M Sgt. Bill H. Sims 
M Sgt. Thomas |. Denton 
SFC Newman E. Sarvis 
SFC Robert W. Ollenberger 



SFC William L. Wingate 
Sgt. Edward D. Bill 
Sgt. |odson E. Baggett 
Sgt. William W. McLean 
Sgt. Walter B. McDade 



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BRIGADE STAFF 



MISS )ANE CODSEY 
For the Brigade Commander 







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CADET COL. WILLIAM B. KAY, JR. 

Brigade Commander 

D. M. S. 



Cadet Lt. Col. Lawrence Harris 

Brigade Executive Officer 

D. M. S. 

Cadet Major Braw J. Bosch 
S-2, S-3 Brigade Staff 

Cadet Major Hugh M. Lupoid 

Brigade Adjutant 

D. M. S. 



Cadet Major Thomas F. Wyke 
S-l, S-4 Brigade Staff 

Cadet M/Sgt. Kenneth E. Steppe 
Brigade Sgt. Major 

Cadet Sgt. William L. O'Brien 
Brigade Clerk 




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FIRST BATTLE GROUP 




LT. COL. JOHN L. WEST 

Battle Croup Commander 

D. M. S. 



Miss Carolyn Knight 
For the Battle Croup Commander 





Capt. Arron W. E. Capel 
Adjutant 



Capt. Harold L Nicholson 
Battle Group S-3 



Major James A. Warren 
Executive Officer 





Miss Kathryn Louise Godwin 
Sponsor 



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1st U. Bruce T. Hainley 1st Lt. ). C. Formy-Duval 1st Lt. Sydney P. Britt 
Sgt. Stephen S.Koszewski Sgt. Thomas L. Wilson Sgt. Crawford B. Moore 



Major John B. Taylor 
Company Commander 



Capt. Clyde K. Hinson 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. Delbert R. Brooks 
1st Sergeant 




COMPANY 

A 






COMPANY 






Miss Harriet Ligon 
Sponsor 




Major |ohn P. Clardy 
Company Commander 



Capt. David Leroy Saunders M /Sgt. Ceorge C. Blankfard 
Executive Officer 1st Sergeant 



COMPANY 



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1st Lt. Lemuel H Overton Sgt. Charles L. Deboard 1st. Lt. Peter M. Thoma Sgt. William R. Johnston 1st Lt Luther E.Sfegall Sgt. Woodley K Smith 










1st Lt. Larry S. Kerr Sgt. David R. Redwine 2nd Lt. Joseph L. Etheridge Sgt. William C. Carrigan 1st Lt.CayS.Corpening Sgt. Theodore P. Konkle 



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Major Junius L. Sales 
Company Commander 



Capt. Lonnie C. Poole 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. John D. Smith III 
1st Sergeant 




Miss Peggy Ann Sales 
Sponsor 






COMPANY 






Major David A. Smith 
Company Commander 



Capt. Robert W. Rollins 
Executive Officer 



M/Sgt. Charles A. Cantt 
1st Sergeant 



Miss Peggy Swain 
Sponsor 




1st Lt. Don P. Manning 1st Lt. Hugh E.Simmons 1st Lt. James L Huntley 
Sgt. James R. Crawley Sgt. Ronald M. Bost Sgt. Wallace R. Baker 



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SECOND BATTLE GROUP 




LT. COL. CHARLES W. HAMMER 

Battle Croup Commander 

D. M. S. 



Mrs. Mildred Hammer 
For the Battle Croup Commander 





Major Douglas E. Lingle 
Executive Officer 



Capt. David W. Ryan 
Adjutant 



Capt. Frank W. Croft 
Battle Croup S-3 



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COMPANY 



Miss |ean Yeager 
Sponsor 




Major Jacob C. Quickel 

Company Commander 

D. M. S. 



Opt James E. Shepherd 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. Edwards R. Hinson 
1st Sergeant 



COMPANY 



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IstLt BruceH.Webb Sgt. Gary C. Schultz 1st Lf. lames M.Chambers Sgt. Allan Hammer 2nd Lt. |on M. Bell Sgt. Robert P. Proctor 











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2nd Lt.Chesley M.Green Sgt. Edgar M. Underwood 1st Lt. Jerry T. Willis Sgt. Augustus D. Scott 1st Lt. Norman H. Perry Sgt. Hugh D. Hudgins 





Major Mark R. Schiff 
Company Commander 



Capt. James Arlen Horton 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. Robert M. Chiles 
1st Sergeant 




Miss Elsie Carol Levin 
Sponsor 





Miss Aileen Smith 
Sponsor 




COMPANY 




Major William R. Barnes 

Company Commander 

D. M. S. 



Capr. William L. Strum 
Executive Officer 



M/Sgt. Normon E. Banks 
1st Sergeant 



COMPANY 




1st Lt William H.Harwell Sgt. William S. Law 1st Lt. Willie S. Lee Sgt. John W. Smith 1st Lt. lames E. McBride Sgt. James E. Watson 





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1st Lt. |ohn W. Sanders Sgt. Charles L. Carter 1st Lt. John B. Jones Sgt. BerkwoodM. Farmer 1st Lt. Lonnie Joe Rogers Sgt. William M.McLaurine 





Major James H. Clippard 
Company Commander 



Capt. Robert E. Ernull 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. George B. Hobson 
1st Sergeant 



Miss Nancy Britt 
Sponsor 




THIRD BATTLE GROUP 




LT. COL. FRANK M. ALLEY, )R. 

Battle Croup Commander 

D. M. S. 



Miss Camilla Fox 
For the Croup Battle Commander 





Major John D. Clark 
Executive Officer 



Capt. joe D. Ladd 
Adjutant 



Capt. Robert L. McDonald 
Battle Croup S-3 





Major John K. Maness 

Company Commander 

D. M. S. 



Miss Fay Wiggins 
Sponsor 



Capt. William B. Porter 
Executive Officer 




M/Sgt. William 0. Morrison 
1st Sergeant 







IstLt. William M.Smith 1st Lt.WilliamC. Farmer 1st Lt. John D. Inman 
Sgt. Alton J. Sheek Sgt. Samuel M. Baggett Sgt. James A. Woodward 



COMPANY 

A 






Mrs. Sandra B. Healy 
Sponsor 



COMPANY 




Major William R. Harding Capt. Edward P. Hordubay M Sgt. Robert C. Pearce 

Company Commander Executive Officer 1st Sergeant 



COMPANY 




IstLt.WilfredA Hammond Sgt. Chester A. Honeycutt 1st Lt. Wesley E.Shaw Sgt. Robert H. Lasseter 1st Lt. James B.Thompson Sgt. David W. Abee 






lst-Lt.Carl A. Ebhardl- Sgt. Homer J.Godfrey 1st Lt. Edward Lee Gibbon Sgt. Christian H.Witzke 2nd Lt. Charles R.Younts Sgt. EmmettS. Patterson 







Major |ames W. Braswell 
Company Commander 



Capt. Elwin j. Buchanan 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. Robert L. Davis 
1st Sergeant 




Mrs. E. |. Buchanan 
Sponsor 





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COMPANY 





Major Marshall E. Miller 
Company Commander 



Capt. William R. Knowles 
Executive Officer 



M Sgt. Ingram B. McLeod 
1st Sergeant 




Miss Betty Lou Bauer 
Sponsor 




1st Lt. Lawrence P. Bauer IstLt. Norman G.Samet 1st Lt. Donald H.Williamson 
Sgt. Mitchel W. Sellers Sgt. Jerry S. Harris Sgt. Alfred T. Pickett 



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2nd Lt. |. H. Bradebill 
1st Lt. W. R. Guffey 
2nd Lt. J. H. Scott 
2nd Lt. H. C. Fox 
2nd Lt. C. C. Atkins 
SFC W. C. Stainback 
SFC W. R. Garwood 
SFC M. E. Howell 

SFC J. S. Daughtry 
SFC W. M. Dellinger 
2nd Lt. H. A. Williams 
SFC C. |. Russell 
SFC W. P. Bizzell 
SFC C. C. Taylor 
SFC D. C. Beam 
SFC T. H. Pearman 

SFC E. L. Boyd 
SFC P. L. Propst 
SFC R. L. Blankenship 
2nd Lt. M. W. Barbour 
SFC T. M. Hunt 
SFC S. F. Williams 
SFC E. M. Simmons 
SFC P. 0. Pedwine 

2nd Lt. R. M. McAdams 

SFC V. W. McPherson 

SFC D. M. Dawkins 

SFC W. C. Abernathy 

SFC S. D. Brewer 

2nd Lt. Edwin 0. Finch 

SFC S. S. Luczyki 

SFC |. M. Stevenson 

SFC D. H. Angel 
SFC A. H. Tucker 
2nd Lt. T. W. Corkern 
SFC J. M. Redmond 
SFC C. D. Averette 
SFC H. C. Bennett 
2nd Lt. M. D. Soloman 
SFC M. H. Dodenhoff 

SFC B. C. Kiger 
SFC S. N. Shap 
2nd Lt. R. D. Stover 
SFC |. J. Richardson 
SFC W. M. McLaughlin 
SFC F. H. Oertel 
SFC C. F. O'Brien 
SFC R. W. Robarge 
SFC H. W. Webster 

SFC |. T. Swicegood 
SFC T. W. Kirkpatrick 
SFC ). L. O'Connell 
SFC |. D. Simpson 
SFC D. M. Gallagher 
SFC J. L. May 
SFC j. C. Cansler 
SFC H. W. Sigmon 
SFC J. A. Brame 






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SCABBARD 

AND 

BLADE 




Capt. J. A. Warren 
Commander 




1st Lt. Otis Morgan 
Executive Officer 




Mrs. Myrl K. Warren 
Sponsor 



Alley 

Barnes 

Clark 

Clippard 

Farner 



Hammer 

Hammond 

Harding 

Huntley 

Inman 



Ladd 

Lingle 

Maness 

McDonald 

Porter 



Quickel 

Sanders 

Samet 

Sales 

Schiff 



Shaw 

Somerville 

Stover 

Thoma 

Shepherd 



Abernathy 

Banks 

Beam 

Bennett 

Bizzell 



Blankford 

Bosch 

Breeman 

Cansler 

Chiles 



Daughtry 
Davis, A. 
Davis, D, 
Dellinger 
De Board 



Farmer 

Garwood 
Godfrey 
Guffey 
Hewett 



Hinson 

Kiger 

Kirkpatrick 

McPherson 

Nicholson 



Redmond 
Scott 
Smith 
Waters 









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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 




Major | L. Raper 
Commander 



Major P. M. Dean 
Executive Officer 



Capt. C. K. Miller 
Operations Officer 



This society, the Arnold Air Society, being formed for 
the benefit of Air Science III and IV students was 
created in 1947 in memory of General W. H. "Hap" 
Arnold. The membership of this national organization 
is determined by a high academic standing and high 
degree of interest in the Air Force. 

The Arnold Air Society has a strong national consti- 
tution and its preamble illustrates the reasons for its 



founding and what the founders expected of the organi- 
zation. 

"We, the members of Arnold Air Society, in order to 
further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of 
the United States Air Force as a means of National 
Defense, promote American Citizenship, create a close 
and more efficient relationship among the Air Force 
Reserve Officers Training Corps Cadets do hereby es- 
tablish this Constitution." 



Allen 
Anderson 
Boone 
Dixon 

Dubois 



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Ellenburg 

Fletcher 

Friar 

(urney 

Laney 



Lassiter 

Rush 

Saieed 

Scott 

Simpler 



Someaville 

Spier 

Tucker 

Wilkins 

Womack 







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DRUM AND BUGLE 
CORPS 




Major Watson L. Burrs 
Commander 



M/Sgt. Daniel S. Davis 
M Sgt. Robert W. Waters 
M Sgt. Aubrey T. Davis 




MS I Bagally, Baucom, Bolin, Connelly, Dodson, Everhart, Gregory, Herr, Hicks, Hill, McLeod, Murrell, Paterson, Pike, 
Redden, Robcrson, Shearon, Smarr, Tooley. 

AS I Alford, Best, Bryson, Clapp, Coates, Crump, Day, D'Anna, Davie, Dunlap, Durham, Howard. Jones, Jordan, Lose, 
Martin, Rooven, Sadler, Ray. 

MS II Carrington, Hamrick, Hollis, Lassiter, Marks, McNairy, Moffitt, Parrish, Pendergraft, Rouse, Smith. 
AS II Dalby, Pierson, Roberson, Tillman, Walsh, Vann, Chadwick. 
MS III Davis, Davis D., Hager, Hewett, Radden, Waters. 
AS III Conley, Johnson. 



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ROTC BAND 




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Major James F. Walker M/Sgt. William E. Coutouzis Miss Florence Matinos 

Commander 1st Sergeant Sponsor 



ROTC FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM 



MILITARY BALL ASSOCIATION 

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PERSHING RIFLES 



Lt. Col. Thomas P. Lennon 

Commander 

D. M. S. 




Miss Dot Cillman 
Sponsor 



The Pershing Rifles is o national honorary military 
society formed for the purpose of promoting high quality 
military training and leadership in ROTC Units of the 
colleges and universities of the United States. 

The Pershing Rifle membership is composed of cadets 



who prove themselves superior in leadership, academics, 
and military bearing as members of the Cadet Corps. 
The activities of the organization are: drill and parade 
exhibitions, demonstrations for the Regimental, Wing, 
and National Drill meets, and participation in the Annual 
National Convention of Pershing Rifles. 









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MS I Hardy. Reese. Tate, Utley, Hancock, Mitchell, Hasson, Honeycutt, Hardy, Fadel, Knckbaum, Hutchins, Nichols. Honeycutt, 
Ratliffe, Eyerman, Hall, Hill, Burgess, Hood, McDougal. 

MS II Williams, Brintnall, Baker, Lowry, Richardson, Carter, Hasting, Edwards. Fowler. 

AS II Colombo, Hogg, Johnson, Maness. Shannon, Smith, Sullivan, Thames, Wilson. Whisenant, Knox, Dawkins, Blackwood. 

Bostrom, Byrd, Chandler, Cherry, Dans, Dickerson, Foushee, Helderman, Marks, Mayberry, McCarson, Oddo, Philbrick, Pur- 
cell, Robblns, Ross, Spangle, Sykes, Tolar, Wright. 

MS III Guffcy. Stainback, Atkins, Scott, Fox, Brakebill. 



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BRIGADE 



COLOR GUARDS 



PERSHING RIFLES 



WING 




RIFLE TEAMS 



ARMY 



AIR FORCE 





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COLONEL ROBERT C. PAUL 
Professor of Air Science and Tactics 



AIR FORCE 



The Air Force looks to its ROTC program for many of its 
future leaders. 

Our basic course provides students with an understanding 
of fundamental military discipline and organization. 

In addition, it provides a basic knowledge of the air age and 
the influence of Air Power on World Affairs — knowledge which 
is essential for good citizenship, civilian or military, in today's 
world. 

The Advanced Course for selected and volunteer juniors and 
seniors provides more intensive academic and leadership train- 
ing to quality graduates for commissions and active duty. 

Throughout the entire AFROTC course a primary objective 
is to develop in students qualities of leadership and the ability 
to communicate effectively. These are keys to success in either 
military or civilian careers. 



Major Major Major Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. Capt. 

Tommy Cobb H. B. McCullough F. S. Covey C. R. Rowell K. C. Lorch 0. M. Lewis R. L. Carroll |. B. Fink M. E. Alvarado 




M/Sgr. T/Sgr. T/Sgr. T Sgr. S/Sgt. S Sgt S Sgt. 

R. L. Murphy J. S. Douglas C. C. Montgomery R. L. Ostrand J. W. Pritchard |. D. Whetstone Freddy Townsend 




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WING STAFF 





CADET COL. ROBERT L. WILKINS 

Wing Commander 

D. M. S. 



Miss Betty Ann Wilkins 
For the Wing Commander 




Cadet Lt. Col. Joseph A. DuBois, Jr. 
Deputy Wing Commander 
D. M. S. 

Cadet Lt. Col. Frederick M. Scott III 
Wing Administrative Officer 

Cadet Lt. Col. James D. Lassiter 
Wing Personnel Officer 

Cadet Major Henry L. Tucker, Jr. 
Asst. Wing Personnel Officer 

Cadet Lt. Col. Lloyd B. Worthington, Jr. 
Wing Operations Officer 
D. M. S. 



Cadet Major Philip M. Deans 
Asst. Wing Operations Officer 

Cadet Lt. Col. John E. Fletcher 
Wing Material Officer 

Cadet Lt. Col. Hommer S. Brown 
Wing Inspector 

Cadet Major Benjamin C. Rush 
Wing Info. Serv. Officer 

Cadet Maior Charles R. Griffin 

Special Service Administration Officer 



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5951 GROUP STAFF 




Lt. Col. George E. Hunsucker, Jr. 
Croup Commander 



Mrs. George E. Hunsucker, Jr. 
For the Croup Commander 





Major Sherrill C. Laney Major Ernest M. Friar 

Deputy Group Commander Croup Administrative Officer 
D. M. S. 





Mrs. Calvin Anderson 
Sponsor 




IstLt.GilbertR.AIIigood 1st Lr. Louis R.Kirchdorfer 1st Lt. Dan C. |ohnson 



Major Calvin C. Anderson 
Squadron Commander 



Capt. Ray E. Morgan 
Deputy Squadron Commander 



M/Sgt. Philip P. Yarborough 
1st Sergeant 




SQUADRON 
5951 





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Miss Bonnie L. Core 
Sponsor 




SQUADRON 




Major John D. Ellenberg Capt. Wills P. Rodgers M/Sgt. ]ack E. Wilkie 

Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 



SQUADRON 




IstLt.WilliamC. Drake 1st Lt. Harold O.Seagraves 1st Lt. Paul W. Poley 





5952 




1st Lt. Thomas). Pons 1st Lt. Edward K. Whaley 1st Lt. Harold J. Ray 



5953 





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MajorThomas A. Saieed Capt. Carol j. Leatherman M/Sgt. William R. Conley 
Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd Commander 1st Sergeant 





Miss Marilyn Carr 
Sponsor 



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SQUADRON 
595a 




Major Donald H. Somerville 
Squadron Commander 



C.ipt. Rodney M. Dixon 
Deputy Squadron Commander 



M Sgt. )erry L. Austin 
1st Sergeant 




Miss Diane Caylord 
Sponsor 




IstLt. JamesF.Ormand IstLt. )erry AlbertSawyer IstLt. JamesM. Sevier 



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5952 GROUP STAFF 




Miss Lucy Pattie 
For the Group Commander 




Lt. Col. William W. Gardner 
Croup Commander 




Major James L. Raper Capt. George K. Miller 

Deputy Group Commander Group Administration Officer 

D. M. S. D. M. S. 



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Miss Francis Caudle 
Sponsor 



SQUADRON 




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Major Doug M. |urney Capt. Reginald M. Cilvik M/Sgt. Larry J. Taylor 
Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 

D. M. S. 



SQUADRON 




IstLt.RobertH. Myers 1st Lt. JamesC. Edmundson IstLt. Amiel |.McCall 





5955 



IstLt. Philip L. Hughes 1st Lt.MittreyA.Courie IstLt. Billy). Boles 



5956 




Major Robert R.Womack Capt. Carroll Glen Allen M/Sgt. Richard H.Crockett 
Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 




Miss Judy Hooker 
Sponsor 






SQUADRON 







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Mrs. Francis P. Mears 
Sponsor 



Major Archie 0. Melchor Capt. Philip Caines M/Sgt. Pinkney C. Austin 

Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 



SQUADRON 




1st Lt. Leonard C. Breeman 1st Lt. Clyde W. Davis 1st Lt. William K. Bartlett 




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5957 




1st Lt. Jerry A. Smith 1st Lt. H. W.Copenhaver 1st Lt. Raymond J. Cronin 



5958 




Major James J Piver Capt. Bobby Y. Emory M/Sgt. James W. Mauney 

Squadron Commander DeputySqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 




Miss Mary Nell Leitch 
Sponsor 




5953 GROUP STAFF 




Lt. Col. Joseph K. Spiers 
Croup Commander 



Miss Jo Lynn Avett 
For the Croup Commander 





Major George C. Sasser Major William J. Boone 

Deputy Croup Commander Croup Administrative Officer 








Miss Patricia Ann Carty 
Sponsor 




1st Lt. Thomas L Hewitt 1st Lt. Ronald C. Spivey IstLt. A. J. M. Hutchins 



Major Eugene E. Smith 
Squadron Commander 



Capt. Garland F. Pierce 
Deputy Squadron Commander 



M/Sgr. Gilbert W. Mayo 
1st Sergeant 




SQUADRON 
5959 






Miss Joan Melton 
Sponsor 



SQUADRON 




Major Malcolm C. Simpler Capt. Ralph B. Leach M/Sgt. EarlT.Smith 

Squadron Commander Deputy Sqd. Commander 1st Sergeant 



SQUADRON 




1st Lt. Henry D.Cranfill 1st Lt. JohnG. Alpin 1st Lt. Jesse F. Montgomery 





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1st Lt. |ohn H. McNeill 1st Lt. Samuels J. Donald 1st Lt. Roland C. Pennell 



5961 




Major Stacy M. Autry Capt. Elbert Clifton Mears M/Sgt. johnie D. Thomas 
Squadron Commander DeputySqd. Commander IstSergeant 




Miss Elizabeth Barker 
Sponsor 





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SQUADRON 
5962 




Major Franklin H. Mitchell 
Squadron Commander 



Capt. Oris C. Morgan 
Deputy Squadron Commander 



M/Sgt. Joseph T. Weeks 
1st Sergeant 




Miss Barbara Jeanne Rivenbark 
Sponsor 




1st Lt. Richard D Knox 1st Lt. Herbert C. Rose 1st Lt. Roy L. Overton 



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1st Lt. Virgil F. Batten 
Sgt. Bobby H. Croom 
Sgt. James W. Prim 
Sgt. Marc P. Schoonmaker 



Kenneth A. Dunning 
Rudy C. Kugler 
Asa H. Franklin 
Thomas P. Zumbrunnen 




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William 0. Morrison 
Secretary 



David W. Thomas 
President 



Benjamin M. Sugg 
Vice-President 



James G. Moore 
Treasurer 



JUNIOR CLASS 



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BLUE 




KEY 



Ninety-six Chapters 

Colors: Blue and Gold 

N. C. STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER 

Installed May 1928 



T. C. Brown 
Earle Edwards 
J. B. Edwards, Jr. 
G. 0. T. Erdahl 
Dr. L. C. Hartley 
Dr. W. N. Hicks 
Abraham Holtzman 
Dr. Arthur Kelman 
E. S. King 



HONORARY 
Dr. C. H. Bostian 



Maj. C. D. Kutschinski 

R. C. Lasater 

Col. R. R. Middlebrooks 

Rudolph Pate 

J. J. Stewart 

B. C. Talley, Jr. 

L. R. Wichard 

0. B. Wooldridge, Jr. 

Dr. E. T. York 



FACULTY ADVISER 
Dr. G. B. James 



MEMBERS 



Ralph Randall Boswell 

Frederick Eugene Butler 

James William Byrd 

Larry Lee Carter 

Jimmy Truman Daughtridge 

William Roy Foss 

Thomas Odell Gilmore 

John C. Hopkins 

Richard Hunter 

Harris Johnson 

William Byrd Kay, Jr. 



William H. Kincheloe 
John Lloyd Kirk 
Roy Pynes Lothrop 
Clair Edward Morris 
John Henry Newlin, Jr. 
Larry Hugh Patterson 
Everett J. Poindexter 
James Leroy Raper 
Richard Horace Redwin 
John A. Sprinkle, Jr. 
Christopher Alan Tabor 



Blue Key Honor Fraternity was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, to per- 
petuate the belief in God, to preserve the principles of good citizenship, and to promote the best 
interest of the students. 

The fraternity recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship and service, placing equal 
emphasis upon leadership in student activities. Membership is composed of graduate and under- 
graduate students of all departments of American colleges and universities. 

Each year Blue Key co-sponsors the Homecoming celebration. Annually the fraternity presents 
the citizenship award to the Senior who has distinguished himself as the foremost citizen of his 
class. In addition, Blue Key cooperates with other campus organizations in various activities to 
perpetuate a more meaningful campus life. 




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Abee, David Winfield Rutherfordton 

Abernathy, Donald Ray Raleigh 

Adams, Clarence Bynum Raleigh 

Aderholdt, Charles Lamar Cherryville 

Alexander, Alvah Wilbert, Jr. Creswell 



Alexander, David Caldwell 
Allen, George Lewis 
Allen, Leonard Leon 
Allen, Robert Lee 
Alligood, Gilbert Ray 



Matthews 

Reidsville 

Roanoke Rapids 

Hampton, Va. 

Washington 



Allran, Charles Forest Cherryville 

Alphin, John Gilbert Mt. Olive 

Alston, John Davis Louisburg 

Andrews, Charles Luther Greensboro 

Angel, Douglas Hasten Kernersville 

Apple, Billy Reid Gibsonville 

Apple, Vance Alton Gibsonville 
Arnold, Chester Alden St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Asbury, Clayton Grant Wilmington 

Atkins, Calvin George Apex 

Atkins, Harold Luther Kernersville 
Austin, Pinkney Calloway, Jr. Granite Falls 

Averette, Charles David Elizabethtown 

Ayscue, William Spurgeon Henderson 

Bailey, Thomas Bert Greensboro 

Baker, Charles Nelson Henderson 

Baker, David Joseph Oxford 

Baker, Fred Eugene Conover 

Baker, Wallace Riddick Belvidere 

Baldwin, John Kelly Abbottsburg 

Ballard, Roger Wood Asheville 

Banks, Norman Earl New Bern 

Bannerman, Carl Jackson Burgaw 

Barber, George Raymond Warwick, Va. 

Barefoot, Thomas Odell Dunn 



Barnes, William Sicbert, Jr. 


Linwood 


Bartlett, William Kenneth, Jr. 


Asheville 


Basinger, Donald Lee 


Salisbury 


Bass, William Hartwell 


Raleigh 


Batten, Coy Medlin 


Kenly 


Batten, Virgin Felix 


Whiteville 


Baxter, Larry Ben 


Cherryville 


Beadles, Robert Leon 


Hayesville 


Beam, David Conrad 


Lawndaic 


Beamer, William Fred, Jr. 


Mt. Airy 



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CLASS OF '60 

Bean, Walter Louis, Jr. Lenoir 

Beane, Joseph Wayne Laurinburg 

Beard, William Carroll, Jr. Fayetteville 

Beasley, Donnie Franklin Benson 

Beasley, Jerry Nelson Sylva 

Beason, Billy Gibson Raleigh 
Beaver, Aubrey Don Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Bel I is, Vincent Jerome Raleigh 

Belt, George Harley, Jr. Hyattsville, Md. 

Benjamin, George Norman Elizabeth City 

Benton, Whitson LeGrand, Jr. Varina 

Bingham, Carrol Reid Fallston 

Bitting, John Henry, Jr. Charlotte 

Bittinger, Charles Lewis Mooresville 
Bivins, Luther Edgar Washington, D. C. 

Bizzell, William Pitt Fayetteville 

Blackmon, Thomas Lester Four Oaks 

Blake, David Eugene Wilmington 

Blake, Roy Baxter, Jr. Winston-Salem 

Blankinship, Julian A., Jr. Lynchburg, Va. 

Blankenship, Robert Leroy Cherokee 

Blevins, Joe I Crumpler 

Boggs, Julius Mull Lawndale 

Bond, Gordon Rawdel Bluefield, W. Va. 

Booker, Bill, Jr. Raleigh 

Boone, Dan Hathaway Rocky Mount 

Bost, Ronald Marshell Kannapolis 

Bostian, Curtis Hugh Mooresville 
Bowman, John Alfred Maple Valley, Wash. 

Bowles, Zone Grey Hiddenite 

Boyd, Daniel Marcus Lincolnton 

Boyd, Edgar Laura Pinetown 

Boys, George Waring, Jr. Tuxedo 

Brady, Larry Escar Statesville 

Brafford, Earl Gastonia 

Brake, Robert Felix Halifax 

Brame, James Arthur Greensboro 

Bramlett, David Lee Asheville 

Brawley, Joel Vincent, Jr. Mooresville 

Breeman, Leonard Glaser Kona 

Brewer, Stephen David Pittsboro 

Bridgers, James Eugene, Jr. Raleigh 

Bridgers, Ronald Keith Wilson 

Bridges, Allen Dean Shelby 

Briggs, Raymond Emery Dubuque, Iowa 




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Brinkley, Charles William Salisbury 

Britt, Horace Thornton, Jr. Raleigh 

Brooks, Delbert Ray Fayetteville 

Broome, Harold Dean Mt. Holly 
Brown, James Lyndon Winston-Salem 

Brown, John Washington Huntersville 

Brown, Kenneth Warren Burlington 

Browning, Jesse David Wilmington 

Broyh ill, George David Mooresville 

Brummitt, Samuel Wilbur Henderson 

Bryan, William Ronald Tar Heel 

Bullarcl, Cecil Fisher, Jr. Fayetteville 

Bullin, Jerry Wayne High Point 

Bullis, Gary Harvey Burlington 

Bullock, Larry James Suffolk, Va. 

Bunch, Roger Cullen Tyner 

Bundy, Bobby Franklin Raleigh 
Burgason, Carrol Dale Stromsburg, Neb. 

Burnette, Donald Eugene Asheville 

Burns, John James Charlotte 

Burris, Roy Pearson, Jr. Charlotte 

Bush, William Horace, III Charlotte 

Butler, Charles Tylon Acme 
Buynitzky, Richard S. Washington, D. C. 

Byrd, Joe Lee Concord 

Byrd, Samuel Ellis Ramseur 
Charron-Christian, Dominique Austin, Texas 
Caldwell, Shakespeare Harris, Jr. Concord 

Cannady, Curtis Paul, Jr. Forest City 

Cansler, Joe Carr Troutman 

Capps, Anthony Sherrill Smithfield 

Capps, Cecil Wyche Henderson 

Capps, Claude Noble Smithfield 

Carlton, John Phillips Pinetops 

Carlyle, Joseph Ray Kinston 



Carrigan, William Chester 


China Grove 


Carroll, Wesley Lee 


Youngsville 


Carter, Francis Cameron 


Raleigh 


Carver, John Franklin 


Suffolk, Va. 


Cashatt, Everett Dalrymalc 


Spray 


Casler, Raymond Lynn 


Teaneck 


Cassels, Ovid Pendleton, Jr. 


Charlotte 


Cathey, Thomas Robert 


Havelock 


Cawthorne, Wallace Graham 


Henderson 


Chapman, Robert Eugene, Jr. 


Raleigh 



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CLASS OF '60 



Charles, Ernest George 


Raleigh 


Cheek, Walter David 


Burlington 


Chesson, Roger Temple 


Roper 


Choi, Dong Myung 


Taegu, Korea 


Choudry, Salim Akhtar 


Pakistan 


Chrisawn, Emory Dean 


Celo 


Cikanek, Harry Arthur, Jr. 


Lenoir 


Clark, Jack Adams 


Sanford 


Clark, John Charles, Jr. 


St. Pauls 


Clark, Robert Carroll 


Asheville 



Clayton, Albert Thomas Oxford 

Clayton, William Wesley Charlotte 

Clement, Richard Noel Lenoir 

Coats, John William Cary 

Cockman, Arthur Gwynne Pittsboro 

Collier, Talmadge Whitley Cary 

Collins, John Marion Elkin 

Collins, Joseph Patrick Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Conley, Kenneth Evans Shelby 

Conley, William Ray Marion 

Cook, Wallace Edward Yanceyville 

Cooke, Lawrence James, Jr. Elizabethtown 
Cooper, William Edward, Jr. Richmond, Va. 
Corkern, Terrell Wayne Georgetown, S. C. 
Courie, Mittrey A. Kinston 

Coutouzis, William Emmanuel Fayetteville 

Couil, James Lewis Wilmington 

Cowardin, Robert Lewis Raleigh 

Cox, James Foster Goldsboro 

Craig, William Dewey Mt. Holly 

Cranfill, Henry David Winston-Salem 

Cranford, Edgar Allen Raleigh 

Crawley, James Rodwell Jacksonville, Fla. 
Crockett, Richard Horace, Jr. Camp Lejeune 
Croom, Bobby Harold Zebulon 

Cross, Blanche Louise Virginia Beach, Va. 
Crouch, Olin Kent Charleston, W. Va. 

Crouse, Vernard Ray Plant City, Fla. 

Crowder, James Uriah Asheville 

Crumpler, Alton Braxton Goldsboro 

Culberson, Samuel Franklin Siler City 

Culbreth, John Kenneth Woodruff 

Culbreth, William Kemp, Jr. Lumberton 

Culler, Josie Ellen Boone 

Cullman, James Thomas, Jr. Cheraw, S. C. 















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CLASS OF '60 

Cullom, Finn Bowen Wilson 

Culp, Ronald Kendall Badin 

Cundiff, Dallas Earl Hanes 

Curlee, Richard Everette Raleigh 

Currie, Thomas Davis Red Springs 

Daniels, Charles Edgar Raleigh 

Daniels, William Henry Fort Bragg 
Daughtridge, George Edward Rocky Mount 

Daughtry, Jimmie Solomon Smithfield 

Davenport, Charles Norman Creswell 

Davis, Carmer Love, Jr. Wilmington 

Davis, Clyde Wilson, Jr. Pantego 

Davis, Fred Mac Raleigh 

Davis, George Kenneth Bessemer City 

Davis, John Roy Vass 

Davis, Max Ray Forest City 
Davis, Robert Lee, Jr. Salisbury, N. C. 

Dawkins, Donald Martin Rockingham 

Deal, James Francis, ill Landis 

Dean, William Rix, Jr. Louisburg 

DeBoard, Charles Lacey Grassy Creek 

DeBrew, James Carl Shelby 

DeBruhl, Joe Martin Goldsboro 

Dellinger, William Martin Chorlotte 

Denise, Clark Edward Raleigh 

Denning, Bobby Ray Benson 

Dew, Harold Powell Raeford 

Dickens, Clyde Phillip Fuquay Springs 

Dills, Kenneth Marion Franklin 

Douglas, Jerry Mack Raleigh 

Downs, Richard Stanley Winston-Salem 

Dozier, Arthur Lee, III Raleigh 

Draughn, Robert Andrew Wilson 

Drum, Gerald Thomas Greenville 

Duncan, Cecil Lloyd Chapel Hill 

Duncan, David Walter Hickory 

Duke, Richard Tolliver Sanford 

Dulin, John Walter Rockingham 

Eades, Douglas Eugene Raleigh 

Eddins, William Harold Wadesboro 

Edmundson, James Carroll Pikeville 

Edwards, Allen Eugene Spring Hope 

Edwards, Hilton Allen Washington 

Edwards, James Harrison Greensboro 

Edwards, Malcolm Woodrow Louisburg 



[330] 



CLASS OF '60 



Edwards, Ralph Goldson, Jr. 


Salisbury 


Eliades, George Klearchos 


Lumberton 


Ellington, Troy Dean 


Concord 


English, Ronald Holland 


Willard 


Etchison, John Walter 


Mocksville 


Everette, John David 


Rocky Mount 


Everitt, Layton John 


Dover, N.J. 


Faires, Ned Tracy 


Mount Hall 


Farmer, Berkwood Malcolm 


Ringgold 


Farrell, Robert Smith 


Graham 



Fary, Avery David, Jr. Shacklefords, Va. 

Faulkenberry, Charles Vannon Lowell 

Faw, Homer Jackson, Jr. Conover 

Ferguson, Bernard Woody Clyde 

Ferguson, Clarence Daniel Fnrmville 

Finkelstain, David Jonas Lima, Peru 

Fisher, Henry Lee, Jr. Mt. Pleasant 

Fitts, Robert Bond Asheville 

Fluck, Richard Coward Salisbury 

Forbes, Ralph Larry Raleigh 

Foss, William Roy Raleigh 

Foster, Fred Daniel Henderson 

Foster, Nick Duncan Wilkesboro 

Fox, Jerry Hassell Roxboro 

Francis, Thomas LeRoy Waynesville 

Frazier, Leon Parks Statesville 

Frazier, William Max Statesville 

Fuhrer, Raymond K. Charlotte 

Fuller, Allen Jefferson Liberty 

Fuller, T. Avon Franklinton 

Funderburk, Billy Thomas Monroe 
Gallagher, Donald M. Binghamton, N. Y. 

Garcia, Carlos S. Cuba 

Gardner, Ben Alton, Jr. Ayden 

Gardner, Charles Ray Greenville 

Gardner, Donald Julins Dunn 

Garner, James Clifton, Jr. Weldon 

Garrett, James Thomas Liberty 

Gaskins, Roger Burns Elizabethtown 

Gay, Charles Houston Charlotte 

Gentry, Charles O'Briant Cavel 

Gentry, Richard Lee Reidsville 

George, Douglas Alexander Greensboro 

Geouge, Thomas Lee Celo 

Gibbs, Hyatt McDonald Wilkesboro 




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CLASS OF '60 

Giles, Harrison Alexander Roanoke Rapids 

Gilliam, William Edwin Graham 

Gillikin, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. New Bern 

Givetz, Stanley Spencer Winston-Salem 

Gladden, James Donald Kings Mountain 

Glover, William Brevard Charlotte 

Godfrey, Homer Jerry Charlotte 

Godfrey, Richard Byron High Point 

Goodin, Thomas Haywood, Jr. Statesville 

Goodwin, Charles Buddy High Point 

Gormley, Robert John Cranston, R. I. 

Green, Gerry Allan Ashville, N. Y. 

Greene, J. D. Ellerbe 

Gregg, Roger Allen Lenoir 

Gregory, John Henry Robbinsville 

Gregson, James Dwight, Jr. Liberty 

Grier, Harry Glenroy, Jr. Gastonia 

Grimmer, Henry Clinton Willard 

Gross, Chris Wilmington 

Guffey, William Robert Greensboro 

Gutierrez, Carlos Dario Mexico City 

Haire, William J. Albemarle 

Hall, Charles Roy Marion 

Hallman, George Wayne, Jr. Charlotte 

Hamby, Leslie Milton Black Mountain 

Hamme, Joseph Carr Oxford 

Hamrick, Philip Edward Boiling Springs 

Hardee, Amos Dalton Grimesland 

Hardison, Alvin McGowan Williamston 

Hardister, John P., Jr. Kannapolis 

Haritos, Tasso Hackensack, N. J. 

Harris, Bob Vernon Morganton 

Harris, Jerry Sanders Washington 

Harris, Thomas Grier Harrisburg 

Harris, Thomas Ivey Henderson 

Harris, Vernon Lafayette Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Harrod, Keith Raymond Raleigh 

Hart, Ralph William Lansing 

Hartsell, Gene Wesley Raleigh 

Hartsoge, George William Hickory 

Harvey, James Robert Pacolet, S. C. 

Harward, James Bliss Wadesboro 

Harwell, Boyce Wayne Newton 

Hattaway, Albert Mayo, Jr. Winston-Salem 

Hauser, John Reid Advance 



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CLASS OF '60 



Hawkins, Herbert Bradford 


Raleigh 


Hawkins, James Ralph 


Charlotte 


Hawley, Jimmy Vincent 


Charlotte 


Hay, Thomas Robert 


Andrews 


Hedgecock, Richard Lee 


Asheboro 



Hedrick, Dale Bruce Lexington 
Henderson, Leon, Jr. Washington, D. C. 

Henley, Herbert Carlisle, Jr. Chapel Hill 

Hensley, Harold Lloyd Burnsville 

Henson, William Gladstone Gastonia 

Henson, Ronald Holland Forest City 

Hester, Boyce L. Gastonia 

Hewett, James Daniel Shallotte 

Hewlett, Curtiss Barron Wilmington 

Hilburn, Oscar Halletr Council 



Hilliard, Daniel Alexander Raleigh 
Himmelwright, James R. Matawan, N. J. 

Hinson, Edwards Reid Charlotte 

Hinson, Jack Dempsey Fair Bluff 

Hite, Grear Shirlock Charlotte 

Hogan, Harvey Theodore, Jr. Graham 

Holder, Howard E. Raleigh 

Holmes, Irwin Richard, Jr. Durham 

Hooker, Winston Thompson Aurora 

Hopson, John Dempsey Burnsville 

Horton, Oscar Bobby Royboro 

Hoskins, James Herbert Spencer 

House, Samuel Giles Lincolnton 

Howell, Julian Willie Hertford 

Howell, Marvin Eugene Williamston 

Huber, Richard Thomas Raleigh 

Hudgins, Hugh Douglas Fayetteville 

Hudson, Edward Carlos Charlotte 

Hudson, Harry Hood Waxhaw 

Hudson, Ned Yadkin Concord 

Hughes, Phillip Leroy Oxford 
Hultz, Richard Murray Cincinnati, Ohio 

Hunt, Carlton Perry Angier 

Hunt, Robert Hughes Newton 

Hunter, Thomas Giles Graham 



Hutchins, Andrew J. M. 
Hutchins, Charles Eugene 
Hutchins, Roy Austin 
Inman, Billy Eugene 
Intarangsi, Jaral 



Canton 

Sanford 

Gastonia 

Pilot Mountain 

Thailand 







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CLASS OF '60 



Irvin, Thomas Meade Brookville, Pa. 

Isley, John M. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Johnson, Dan Cary Rocky Mount 

Johnson, Edward James Wallace 

Johnson, Herbert Spencer, Jr. Greensboro 

Johnson, Herbie Martin, Jr. Crossnore 

Jones, Benjamin Lewis Asheville 

Jones, James Frederick Scotland Neck 

Jones, Malcolm David Laurinburg 

Jordan, Alfred Wilmer Weldon 

Jcyce, Donald Max High Point 

Justice, Herbert Adin Forest City 

Kahl, William Bailey Reisterstown, Md. 

Keever, Robert Cebe Raleigh 

Kelly, William Whitehead Winston-Salem 

Kendrick, Thomas Dickson Charlotte 

Kepley, Bryce McNeely Salisbury 

Key, Robert Norman Mt. Airy 

Keyes, Paul Landis Ashland, Va. 

Kiger, Bobby Gray Winston-Salem 

Kiger, Herman Monroe Winston-Salem 

Kimrey, Rives Brinn, Jr. Sanford 

King, Allen Calhoun Salisbury 

King, Stanley Ross Littleton 

Kirchdorfer, Louis Ray Roseboro 



Kirkman, Charles Gordon 


Mocksville 


Kirkley, John Marshall 


Charlotte 


Kitchin, Lawton Ward, Jr. 


Maxton 


Kittrell, Benjamin Upchurch 


Kittrell 


Klutz, Larry Elmo 


Boone 



Knowles, Robert Gail Wilmington 

Knox, Haden Edward Davidson 

Knox, Robert Alexander Charlotte 

Koepp-Baker, Nicholas Bennett Highlands 

Konkle, Theodore Phineas High Point 

Koszewski, Stephen Stanley, Jr. Charlotte 
Krimminger, Thomas Wayne Mt. Pleasant 
Kropp, William J. J., II Fort Smith, Ark. 

Lambert, John Hall Brevard 

Lambert, Ray Allen Winston-Salem 

Lamm, Bruce Raleigh 

Lancaster, James Wilson Laurinburg 

Langdon, James Hector, Jr. Benson 

Langdon, Lacy Fleming Angier 

Langdon, Raeford Earl Smithfield 



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CLASS OF '60 



Lavitt, Leonard E. Flushing, N. Y. 

Law, William Sibley, Jr. Fayetteville 

Lawrence, Larry King Marion 

Leatherman, Frank David Vale 

Leazer, Benny Butler Mooresville 

Lee, Donald Ross Charlotte 

Lee, Milton Wayne Greensboro 

Lemons, Benjamin Elias Winston-Salem 

Lemons, Clifton Eugene Greensboro 

Lemons, Richard Kenneth Draper 

Leonard, Rufus Nelson Wake Forest 

Letchworth, Charles Franklin Kinston 

Lewis, James Albert, Jr. Dunn 

Lilley, James Harvey Gatesville 

Lilly, Thomas Frederick Burlington 

Little, Beverly Grace Jefferson 

Little, Robert Dicky R., Jr. Wadesboro 

Liu, Richard Y. C. Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Livengood, Charles Sidney Salisbury 

Livengood, Romulus Odell Raleigh 

Livengood, Wayne Thomas Carthage 

Loftin, Robert Jones Thomasville 

Lohr, George Edmund, Jr. .. Lincolnton 

Long, Forest Stevenson State Road 

Long, Paul Froneberger Bessemer City 

Long, Richard Bruce Winston-Salem 

Long, Zebulon Vance Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Lowery, Edwin Lawrence, Jr.... Wingate 

Luther, Robert Willard, Jr. Elizabeth City 
Lytle, James Charles Marion 

McArthur, Norman Broadway 

McBrayer, Robert Douglas Forest City 

McCall, Donald Jackson ..Drexel 

MacCallum, Malcolm D., Jr. Southern Pines 

McCaskill, Thomas Blue... Carthage 

McCathern, Robert Eugene, Jr. Charlotte 

McClure, Harold Monroe Franklin 

McCray, Shirley Fred W. Columbia, S. C. 

Mclntyre, Daniel Rlee Oakboro 

McLaughlin, Wayne Miller Mooresville 

McLaurine, William Monroe, III Burlington 
McLean, Dale Edward Lenoir 

McLeod, Ingram Blair Winston-Salem 

McMinn, James Wilburn Asheville 

McNeely, Ralph Donald Drexel 




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McNeill, John Hugh 


Red Springs 


McPherson, Thomas Michael 


Durham 


McPherson, Victor Wynne 


High Point 


Manning, Richard Stancil 


Williamston 


Marehetti, Peter Louis, Jr. 


Richmond, Va. 


Marley, William Howard 


Southern Pines 


Marvin, Robert Eugene 


Hildebran 


Marshall, Thomas Bryan, Jr. 


Engelhard 


Martin, Roy Hoyt, Jr. 


Hendersonville 


Massey, William Marcus, Jr. 


Wilmington 



Matthews, Douglas Harold Wilson 
Matthews, Vassar Cameron, Jr. Thomasville 

Mauney, Gene Ashby Kings Mountain 

Mauney, James William Lincolnton 

May, Jim La Grange 

May, Vester Jeff Andrews 

Mayse, Bobby Franklin Spindale 

Medders, Ronald Russell Mt. Holly 

Meeks, Frederick Tibett Wadesboro 

Meeks, Ramos William Montreat 



Meeks, Olin Jackson 


Leaksville 


Menscer, Darrell Vance 


Statesville 


Merricks, James Allen 


Reidsville 


Merrill, Thomas William 


Raleigh 


Metters, Norman Thomas 


Statesville 


Mewborn, Richard Alton 


Snow Hill 


Miller, Charles Herbert 


Raleigh 


Miller DeWitt 


Beulaville 


Miller, Gary Dennis 


Albemarle 


Miller, John Aubrey 


Statesville 



Miller, William Spencer Clemmons 

Mills, James Marcus Wallace 

Mintz, Morris Daniel Wilmington 

Mitchell, Glenwood J., Jr. Newport News, Va. 

Mizell, Edgar Larry Bogalusa, La. 

Moffitt, James Donald Staley 

Monteith, Larry King Lubbock, Texas 

Montemayor, Felipe Caracas, Venezuela 

Montgomery, Jesse Franklin Smithfield 

Moody, Melvin Louis West Point, Va. 



Moore, 


Charles Elwood 


Elizabeth City 


Moore, 


Crawford Bowman 


Morganton 


Moore, 


James Godwin 


Rocky Mount 


Moore, 


Kenneth Lanier 


Asheboro 


Moore, 


Lanny Ravarn 


Greensboro 



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CLASS OF '60 

Moore, Paul Merritt Southport 
Moore, Robert Burton Washington, D. C. 

Moore, Robert Corl Drexel 

Moore, Sidney Clyburn, Jr. Durham 
Morena, Thomas Robert Rutherfordton 

Morgan, Joe Frank Woodleaf 

Morgan, Raymond William Salisbury 

Morris, Wayne Bryant Apex 

Moser, James Norman Rockwell 

Moss, Don L. Hickory 

Moss, Ronald Dean Glenville 

Mozingo, Wilbur Earl, Jr. Kinston 

Mullis, Elbert Stanley Haw River 

Murphy, James David Leaksville 

Murphy, Wendell Holmes Rose Hill 

Murray, Merritt Leslie Greensboro 

Murrow, Joseph Samuel Robersonville 

Mutton, James Orval Asheville 

Narron, Billy Franklin Kenly 

Neal, Cecil Leon, Jr. Caroleen 

Neal, James Lewis Providence 

Neighbors, Joseph Donwell Benson 

Newton, Henry Lynn .. Wilson 

Nester, William Carlton Gladys, Va. 

Nethery, Robert Lee, Jr. Henderson 

Newberry, Joseph Herman Plymouth 

Newell, John Richard, Jr. Greenville 

Newman, James Livingston Leaksville 

Niemer, Stanford E. Charlotte 

Nix, Harvey Clyde Asheville 

Noble, Chappell Nesbitt Fairview 

Norton, Jerry Lee Wilmington 

O'Connell, James Lee Sanford 

O'Connell, Larry Stedman Sanford 

O'Dowd, Richard Clyde Cary 

Oertel, Eric Spencer New York, N.Y. 

Oertel, Fritz Hermann, Jr. New York, N.Y. 

Olson, Robert Linwood Charlotte 

O'Quinn, George Donald Mamers 

O'Quinn, William Lewis ... Lumberton 

Orders, Leonard Randolph, Jr. Asheville 

Ormand, James Franklin, Jr. Gastonia 

Overby, James Allen Norlina 

Overcash, Arbon Wayne Salisbury 
Owen, Gordon Norman, Jr. 

Netherlands, West Indies 










[337] 




CLASS OF '60 

Pace, Carl C. Tryon 

Pappamihiel, Andrew C. Charlotte 

Parker, David Lee Winston-Salem 

Parrish, George Cooper Louisburg 
Patel, Ramjibhai Madhanbhai 

Bombay State, India 

Patterson, Glenn Wayne China Grove 

Patterson, Joseph Eugene Siler City 

Pearce, Robert Gaston Henderson 

Pearman, Thomas Harold Summerfield 

Person, Lee Homer, Jr. Raleigh 

Peterson, Billy Shelton Delco 

Petty, William Richard Graham 

Phillips, James Arthur Spruce Pine 

Pickett, Alfred Thomas Mebane 

Pierce, Archie Lincoln West Jefferson 

Pilch, Robert Martindale Basking Ridge 

Pittman, Arnold Sherwood Selma 

Pittman, Rooney Lee Rocky Mount 

Pivin, John Oscar Bristol, R. I. 

Plemmons, Tommy Ray Asheville 

Pless, Robert Eugene Raleigh 

Poe, Richard Van Siler City 

Poindexter, Vernon Clayton East Bend 

Pond, Larry Edward Davis 

Pons, Richard Gregory Ft. Eustis, Va. 

Pons, Thomas Jenkins Valdese 

Pope, Robert Harris, Jr. Cedar Grove 

Poplin, Jack Kenneth Norwood 

Potter, Carroll Lee New Bern 

Poulson, Melvin Bryan Englehard 

Powell, Charles Baird, Jr. Jacksonville 

Powley, Victor Marlin Dillsburg, Pa. 

Prim, James William Southern Pines 

Prince, Billie Adams Fayetteville 

Price, Donald Herman Monroe 

Proctor, Robert Pittman Walstonburg 

Provost, Jack Ward Hubert 

Quick, Lee Tanya Wilson 

Rabb, Dudley Carroll Lenoir 

Rankin, William Nevyn Winston-Salem 

Rawls, Elton Randolph Williamston 

Ray, Edgar William Burnsville 

Ray, Harold Joseph Burnsville 

Rayfield, Lanny Reese Gastonia 
Raymond, Gerrard Edmond New Orleans, La. 



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CLASS OF '60 

Readling, Clark Delano Cornelius 

Reavis, James Clinton Moravian Falls 

Redden, Forrest Richard, Jr. Clemmons 

Redmond, James Michael Harrison, N. Y. 

Redmond, Jobie Gene Woterville 

Redwine, David Ruffin Lexington 

Reep, Samuel Charlton Morganton 

Reeves, William Elwood Hallsboro 

Reich, Donald Gray Burlington 

Reinhardt, Heath Franklin Stanley 

Respess, Victor McCoy Greenville 
Rettinger, James R. Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

Rich, Carl Vann Castalia 

Richardson, Charles Allen Rockingham 

Ricks, Fred G., Jr. Conway 

Ridge, Paul Benjamin High Point 

Ridout, Clarence Benjamin Raleigh 

Roach, Robert Wayne Burlington 

Robarge, Ronald William Winston-Salem 
Roberds, James Hall Garden City, Go. 

Robinson, Everett Alney, Jr. Mars City 

Ross, William Earl Charlotte 

Rouse, Thurman Leslie Deep Run 

Rowe, Billy Kerley Louisburg 

Rowe, Daniel Guy, III ... Hickory 

Rowell, Ford Clarence Rocky Mount 

Rudd, Harry Charles, Jr. Portsmouth, Va. 

Rudisill, Edwin Murray, Jr. Gastonia 

Russell, Norman Arnold Raleigh 

Safrit, Edgar Vernon, Jr. Salisbury 

Salisbury, Robert Earl Beaufort, S. C. 

Samuels, James Donald High Point 

Sauls, James, Jr. Warsaw 

Sawyer, Jerry Albert ... New Bern 

Schaub, Sandra Apex 

Scott, Augustus Donald Currie 

Scott, Bobby G. Spencer 

Scott, Jesse Hobson, Jr. .... Franklin, Va. 

Scott, John McClayton Charlotte 

Scott, Leo Rhem New Bern 

Seagle, Murl E., Jr. Cherryville 

Seago, James Malachi Raleigh 

Seagraves, Harold O'Neil Concord 

Seders, Donald Adolphus Cooleemee 
Seidenstein, Mark A. Newport News, Va. 



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Selden, Charles Wallace, III Richmond, Va. 



Sellers, Mitchel Wayne 
Sevier, James Montraville 
Shackleford, Charlie, Jr. 
Sharpe, William Norman, Jr. 

Shearin, Edwin Arthur 
Sheek, Alton Jackson 
Shepherd, William Ford 
Shillinglaw, Robert Tracy 
Shingleton, Austin Brooks 



Rockingham 

Asheville 

Aurora 

Chapel Hill 

Windsor, Conn. 

Advance 

Lansing 

Asheville 

Stantonsburg 



Shipley, John L. Williamston 

Shive, Philip Augustus Belgian Congo, Africa 
Shook, James Gill North Wilkesboro 

Shurtleff, James A. Binghamton, N. Y. 

Sideris, George Nicholas Greenville 

Sigmon, Harvey William Brevard 

Simmons, Clyde Edward Gastonia 

Simmons, Eugene M., Jr. Enfield 

Simpson, James Dudley, III Fayetteville 

Simpson, Lester Gould, Jr. Jacksonville 



Sitton, 


Harry Arnold 


Asheville 


Sizemore, Nearous C. 


Winston-Salem 


Slough 


ter, Wilson Allen, Jr. 


Blanch 


Sloop, 


Craven, M., Jr. 


Charlotte 


Slcop, 
Smath 


Paul Alexander 


Concord 


ers, Robert Luther 


Candler 


Smith, 


Alfred Green 


Kinston 


Smith, 


Davie John, Jr. 


Goldsboro 


Smith, 


Drexel Kermit 


Kinston 


Smith, 


Earl Terry 


Hamlet 


Smith, 


Floyd A., Jr. 


Kinston 


Smith, 


Howard Wade 


High Point 


Smith, 


Iverson Richard 
James Holt 


Newton 


Smith, 


Lenoir 


Smith, 


Jerry Alan 


Lenoir 


Smith, 


John William 


Fountain 


Smith, 


Larry Baxter 


Marshville 


Smith, 


Larry Eugene 


Fayetteville 


Smith, 


Lathan, Jr. 


Troutman 


Smith, 


Lester 


Kernersville 


Smith, 


Max Gale 


Winston-Salem 


Smith, 


Tillman Byrd 


Fuquay Springs 


Smith, 


William Clay 


Spindale 


Smith, 


Woodley Kendall 


Deep Run 


Sorrell 


, Furman Yates 


Wadesboro 



[340] 



CLASS OF '60 



Speight, Edwin Parker 
Spencer, Roger Allen 
Spivey, Ronald Chris 
Stadler, Thomas Richard 
Stainback, William Carey 



Sunbury 

Swan Quarter 

Chadbourn 

Elon College 

Youngsville 



Stall, Nelson Byrd Newport News, Va. 

Sta I lings, David Warren Thomasville 

Stancil, James Armistice Hoffman 

Stanford, Gary Lloyd Sylva 

Steorts, Ronald Carter Winston-Salem 

Stephens, Paul Madison Rocky Mount 

Steppe, Kenneth Edward Lynchburg, Va. 

Stevens, Larry Winston-Salem 

Stevens, Vernon Ray Goldsboro 

Stewart, James Eugene Raleigh 

Stokes, Hazel Von Charlotte 

Stotesberry, Ralph Bennie Chester 

Stott, Charles Raymond Wendell 

Stroup, Daniel Bruce Waco 

Stroupe, Michael Albert Bessemer City 

Sugg, Benjamin Montague, Jr. Kinston 

Sugg, Edward Rodin Smithfield 

Sullins, Jess Agustus Biltmore 

Sullivan, Gene Autry Selma 

Sunderland, Gary Eugene New York, N. Y. 

Sutton, Albert Clinton, Jr. Asheville 

Sutton, Dale Allen Bryson City 

Swanson, Oliver N., IN Pilot Mountain 

Swicegood, James Titus Lexington 

Swindell, Winfield Scott Raleigh 

Swing, Roland Kenneth Lox 

Sykes, Paul Wesley, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 

Talbert, Stephen Delynn Spray 

Talbott, Graham Merriett Wallace 

Tart, William Golden, Jr. Benson 

Taylor, George Carlyle Oscar Rocky Mount 

Taylor, Larry Holmes Marion 

Taylor, Lucius Rives, Jr. Jackson 

Teasley, R. Bruce Knoxville, Tenn. 
Terry, Roger Vernon, Jr. Newport News, Va. 

Tharrington, Herman Reginal, Jr. Bunn 

Thomas, Jack Maxton Sanford 

Thomas, Johnie Darrell Sanford 

Thomason, Robert Bradley Lexington 

Thomasson, Worth Bagley, Jr. Lexington 




[341] 




CLASS OF '60 

Thompson, Edsel Hughett Smithfield 

Thompson, John R. Hickory 

Tillery, Clarence Anderson, Jr. Raleigh 

Timblin, Stanley Walter Durham 

Tosto, Edgar Paul Sea Level 

Traber, Lawrence James Arden 

Trent, Wallace Lee Kernersville 

Triplett, Oscar Everette, Jr. Raleigh 

Trivett, William Walter Boone 

Trotman, John Lee Norfolk, Va. 

Trotter, Donald Lee Raleigh 

Troutman, John William Statesville 

Troutman, William Harvey Concord 

Trunnell, Albert Glenworth, Jr. Southport 

Turner, Bobby Carroll Cherryville 

Turner, Jerrell Maurice Laurinburg 

Turner, Jack Boyd Old Fort 

Turner, Roger Blair Gastonia 

Tuttle, Bobby Warren Raleigh 

Tyson, Bradley Yates Wadesboro 

Tyson, Martin Luther, Jr. Raleigh 

Umphlett, Charlie Morgan Hertford 

Umstead, Willis Cranmer Garner 

Underwood, Edgar Myron, III... Sanford 

Vinson, Joseph Bennett Raleigh 

Wagner, William Deaton Charlotte 

Wagstaff, Robert Lee Kannapolis 

Wail, Keppel Duane Asheville 

Walker, Charles Robert... Forest City 

Walker, Glen Edward Morganton 

Walker, Raymond Harley, Jr. Sparta 

Walker, Robert Henry Yanceyville 

Walker, William Earl Rocky Mount 

Wallace, Jacob Lightsey, Jr. Charlotte 

Wallace, Thomas Edward, Jr. Raleigh 

Wallinger, Ralph Scott Ashland, Va. 

Word, Grady Dallas Cullowhee 

Ward, James Osker Wilmington 

Ward, Noah Linwood Nakina 

Ward, Robert Lee, Jr. Mt. Holly 

Warlick, Robert Bennett Raleigh 
Waters, Robert Warren Roanoke Rapids 

Waters, Wilbert J. Pinetown 

Watson, James Elwyn, Jr. Red Springs 

Watson, James Felton, Jr. Kenly 



[342] 



CLASS OF '60 



Watson, Kent Emanuel 


Rodanthe 


Watts, Glenn Brawley, Jr. 


Huntersville 


Watts, Ronald Carl 


Charlotte 


Waynick, Howard Lewis 


Statesville 


Weaver, Jack Carroll 


Greensboro 



Webb, Walter Hoyle Shelby 
Webber, Robert Clinton Blountville, Tenn. 

Webster, Henry Wise Shannon 
Weeks, Harold Robert Mexico City, Mexico 

Weeks, Joseph Terence Tarboro 

Wells, Daniel R. Garner 

Wells, Stacy Allen, Jr. Wilmington 

Westmoreland, Grover W. Troutman 

Whaley, Edward Kendall Richlands 

Whisnant, James Edward Morganton 

White, Claud Edwin Shelby 

White, Gerald McLain Charlotte 

White, Gerald S. Youngsville 

Whitener, Daniel Clary Huntersville 

Whitesell, Fred Erwin Pinehurst 

Whitesides, Grier Elliott Lincolnton 

Whitley, Charles Brown, Jr. Charlotte 

Whitley, John Bruce.- Charlotte 

Wilkie, Jack Edward Valdese 

Wilkins, Robert Ledbetter Fayetteville 

Willey, Norman Hill Raleigh 

Williams, Horace Eugene Henderson 

Williams, James Grey Bunn 

Williams, James Speed Raleigh 

Williams, Joe Madison Obin 

Williams, Robert Christopher Concord 

Williams, Snyder Franklin Rose Hill 

Williamson, John Hybert.. Raleigh 

Wilson, Robert Benjamin Robersonville 

Wilson, Roger Vinson Stokesdale 

Winston, Robert J.... Youngsville 

Wiseman, Jack Wilson Altamont 

Witzke, Christian Heinrich, III Wilson 

Wolfe, Stephen Paxton Jamesville 

Wood, Stacey Allen. Raleigh 

Wood, Thomas John Raeford 

Woodlief, Rufus Omega Henderson 

Woodward, James Adams Suffolk 

Woppman, Richard Alan Newark, N. Y. 

Wright, Owen Davis Henderson 

Yarborough, Philip Pershing Lexington 

Yoder, Paul Eugene Winston-Salem 

Younts, Robert Wade Spray 










Terry Brooks 
Secretary 



Lowery Alton Daniels, Jr. 
President 



Joel W. Ray 
Treasurer 



[344] 



SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 

John David Fulton President 

David Walter Thomas Vice-President 

Donald Ray Fountain Secretary-Treasurer 



Larry Ben Baxter 
George Waring Boys, Jr. 
John Phillips Carlton 
Donald Ray Fountain 
John David Fulton 



Edwards Reid Hinson 
Charles Lee Jordan III 
Benjamin Upchurch Kettrcl 
Haden Edward Knox 
William Lewis O'Quinn 



David Walter Thomas 



The Order of Thirty and Three is a local honorary 
organization consisting of a total of thirty-three mem- 
bers. The eleven active members are picked at the 
beginning of the spring semester from the Sophomore 
Class and remain active until the following Spring. 

The members selected are considered to be the out- 
standing members of the Sophomore Class. Selection is 
the highest honor a Sophomore can receive at State 
College. Qualifications for membership include: Good 
character, a high sense of honor, ability for leadership, 



satisfactory scholastic standing, welfare of school at 
heart, and other qualities deemed necessary to accom- 
plish the greatest good, as determined by the active 
membership. 

The objects of Thirty and Three are: to promote the 
welfare of State College, raising of school standards, 
and cooperating with alumni and other friends of the 
College to work at all times for the interests of the 
students and the College at large. 













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Abe, Fujio Albemarle 

Abernathy, Ralph Garland Gastonia 

Acra, Roland Haiti 

Adams, Andrew Albert Charlotte 

Adams, Robert Leon Pawtucket, R. I. 

Adams, Salathiel Liell, III Rowland 

Adcock, Shelton Young Henderson 

Aldridge, John Arthur Winston-Salem 

Alford, James Lewis Whitakers 

Alford, Nancy Eloise Raleigh 

Al-Hachim Abdul Wahid M. Samarra, Iraq 

Allen, Charles Raymond Goldsboro 

Allen, Melvin Lee Ramseur 

Allen, Norman Samuel Graham 

Alligood, James Warren, Jr. Beaufort 

Allred, Johnny William Elon College 

Al-Muddaris Moobid Faik Baghdad, Iraq 

Alread, Luther C, Jr. Ft. Worth, Texas 

Ang, George Tan Manila, Philippines 

Angel, Alica Ruth Franklin 

Annas, Samuel Leon Hudson 

Armstrong, Robert Powell Bladenboro 

Arnold, Jerry Frank Spruce Pine 

Arthur, James Harrison Mt. Holly 

Arthurs, David Franklin Mooresville 

Atkinson, Marion Wayne Elizabethtown 

Avent, Robert Ray Raleigh 

Bailey, William Danville, Va. 

Baker, Robert Homer, Jr. Wilmington 

Baker, Warren David China Grove 

Baldwin, Frederick Foster Clarkton 

Baldwin, Von McLoyd Durham 

Bales, Eldridge Theodore Winston-Salem 

Ball, David Graham, Jr. Raleigh 

Ball. William Roy Burgaw 

Ballenger, Edward Broadus Cliffside 

Barefoot, Bright Hilton Matthews 

Barham, Samuel Allison Washinqton, D. C. 
Barker, Bennie Lee Warrensville 

Barnes, David C, Jr. Lenoir 

Barnes Elliott Burton, Jr. Corapeake 

Barnhill, Alton James, Jr. Bunnlevel 

Barrier, Cleveland Lipe Mt. Pleasant 

Rarrinaer, Barry Sinclair Newton 

Barrinaer, Larry Erwin Hickory 

Bartholomew, Norman Eugene Raleigh 
Bassett, Donald Georqe 

Shawinigan Falls, Quebec 

Batchelor, Billy Joe Morrisville 

Batchelor, William Maylon, Jr. Tarboro 

Beam, Jimmy Havnes Statesville 

Beard, Hoyt Sturdivant Pittsboro 

Bedo, Jerry Walter Silver Spring, Md. 

Belanaia. Elmo McCotter, Jr. Arapahoe 

Belt, Clifford Albert Timonium, Md. 

Bennett, Bobby Gene Glen Alpine 

Bennett, George Ratliff Raleigh 

Berry, Bobby Mac Burlington 

Best, Willie Dean Goldsboro 

Biggers, Homer Lee, Jr. Morganton 

Biggerstaff, William Thomas Shelby 



[346] 



CLASS OF '61 



Bighorn, Isaac Leroy Raleigh 

Bissinger, Richard Turner Wilmington 

Black, Jerry Nelson West End 

Black, Mary Elizabeth High Point 

Blackwood, Ralph Lee, Jr. Chapel Hill 

Blackwood, Samuel J. Raleigh 

Blake, Henry Clay, Jr. Leland 

Blake, James Gordon III Wallace 

Bloke, William Russell Newport 

Blanchard, Robert Brooks Wallace 

Blankenship, Robert Vann Charlotte 

Blizzard, Donald Davis Richlands 

Blizzard, Gerald Vincent Wilmington 

Bodie, James Frederick Thomasville 

Bodziak, James Paul Davis Weville, Pa. 

Boles, Hermon Eugene Winston-Salem 

Bolick, Neil Oren Hickory 

Bolinger, John William Vale 

Bone, Roger Wayne Nashville 

Booker, John McArtan Clinton 

Boone, Carl Harrison Elm City 

Bordeaux, Larry Dawson Ingold 

Bostian, Max E. China Grove 

Bowen, Robert Calvin, Jr. Charlotte 

Bowling, Richard Hausbar Greensboro 

Boyer, Allen Norman Ft. Gordon, Ga. 

Boyette, Allen C. Goldsboro 

Boyette, Billy Wall Kenly 

Boyland, James Leo Alexandria, Va. 

Bracey, Lucius Hazeltine South Hill, Va. 

Bradshaw, James Brookshire Raleiqh 

Brakebill, James Henry, III Ft. Monroe, Va. 

Branch, Robert Bailey Rich Square 

Brannock, William Eugene Reidsville 

Brannon, Henry Kimbrough, Jr. Raleigh 

Brewer, James Lee, Jr. Greensboro 

Bridges, Robert Owen Cary 

Brill, Richard Byron Urbanna, Va. 

Brintnall, William Carle Bryson City 

Brittain, Wayne Michael Moraanton 

Britton, Walter Martin Lasker 

Brockmann, Otto Raven, Jr. Greensboro 

Brooks, Francis Arthur, III Greensboro 

Brooks, Wayne M. Raleigh 

Brothertow, Robert Kaylor Sherrill's Ford 

Broughton, John, III Hertford 

Brown, Charles Calvin Richmond, Va. 

Brown, Charles Richard Winston-Salem 

Brown, Henry Alfred Apex 

Brown, Randall Lanier Greensboro 

Brown, Talmage Thurman, Jr. Raleigh 

Brown, William Robert Bat Cave 

Browning, James Stephen Salisbury 

Bryan, Benjamin Edward Jacksonville 

Bryan, George Howard Winston-Salem 

Buck, 0. Ledrue, Jr. Washington 

Bullard, James Connor Charlotte 
Bulluck, John David, Jr. Greenwich, Conn. 

Bunting, Phillip Marshall Greensboro 

Burke, Baxter Daniel Siler City 



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Burwell, Venable Babcock Oxford 

Busic, Robert Franklin Sparta 

Butler, Roy McMillian, II Clarkton 
Buxton, Kenneth Shearin Roanoke Rapids 

Byers, Ted Ronald Concord 

Byrd, David Lincoln Chadbourn 

Byrd, Edward Morton Orrum 

Byrd, John LaFayette, III Henderson 

Byrd, William Byron, Jr. Bunnlevel 

Byrne, Matthew Love Rocky Mount 

Cabe, Alex Wilmer, Jr. Fontana Dam 

Cabe, Lewis Russell Franklin 

Caldwell, James Daniel Clyde 

Callicutt, Joseph Huqh Asheboro 

Calvert, Richard C. M., Ill Warwick, Va. 

Campbell, Robert LeRoy Hickory 

Carey, Java O'Neil Burlington 

Carpenter, Lewis Franklin, Jr. Dallas 

Carr, John Curtis Goldsboro 

Carrier, Albert Heath, III Charlotte 

Carringer, John McClung Andrews 

Carrington, Thomas Watkins, Jr. Oxford 
Carroll, Henry C. Chappagua, N. Y. 

Carroll, Marley Pegues Shelby 

Carson, John Kelsie Morristown, Tenn. 

Carter, Berkley Roger Reidsville 

Carter, Billy Wayne Middlesex 

Carter, Donald Woodson Elm City 

Carver, James William Fayetteville 

Cates, Addis Pittard, Jr. Faison 

Cato, J. Thomas Charlotte 

Cavanaugh, Marvin Stephen Jacksonville 

Cherry, Solomon Thad Fayetteville 

Childress, Mitchoel Lee Gibsonville 
Christenbury, Ear! Thrmas, Jr. Fayetteville 

Christenbury, Silos Ted Harrisburg 

Christiansen, John W., Jr. Whiteville 

Christopher, William Ames Franklin, Va. 

Chumley, Paul Frcrik!!n Fayetteville 

Clarke, James Albon Valdese 

Clemmer, William Herbert High Point 

Clemmons, Gene Arthur Clayton 

Clifton, Frank Thomas, Jr. Mt. Olive 

Cobb, John Charles Asheville 

Coble, David Frank'in Garland 

Coble, David Scott Garland 

Coble, James Alfred Liberty 

Cole, Robert Ervin Charlotte 

Colombo, Ronald W. Pearl River, N. Y. 

Colson, Charles Edward Norwood 

Combs, Clarence Leon Draper 

Cone, Worth Frederick Spring Hope 

Connell, Oscar Watson, Jr. Charlotte 

Connor, Ronald Everett Wilmington 

Cook, Johnny Hugh Marion 

Cooke, James Robert Huntersville 

Cooke, Oren Boyd Maiden 

Cooper, David Elder Cary 

Cope, Richard Owen Gastonia 

Cope, Roy Douglas Lexington 



[348] 



CLASS OF '61 



Cotbett, Thomas Busbee Garner 

Corning, Robert Crump, Jr. Rockingham 

Correll, Edward Max Monroe 

Correll, Robert Edward Lee, III Laurinburg 

Couchell, Gus Perry Charlotte 

Craig, Margaret Louise Fuquay Springs 

Creed, Jack Walters Boone 

Cremens, Walter Allen Charlotte 

Crook, John Marvin Enka 

Croom, Clyde Edward Knigrwdale 

Cross, Frank Tucker Sunbury 

Crotts, Carl Benson Trinity 

Crowell, Joseph Spottswood Enka 
Currie, James Richard Ogdensburg, N. J. 
Cutler, Carl Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

Cutler, Ernest Harding Blounts Creek 

Dale, Jan Keith Sneads Ferry 

Daniels, Lowry Alton Driver, Vo. 

Daughety, William Floyd Lexington 

Daughtry, Robert Lawrence Conway 

Davis, Charles Alfred Brevard 

Davis, James L'Roy Raleigh 

Davis, Joe Eric Charlotte 

Davis, John Charles Greensboro 

Davis, Robert Baker Elizabeth City 

Davis, Robert Dabney Winston-Salem 

Dawkins, William Lester High Poini 

DeArmon, Benjamin Theodore Charlotte 

Deaton, Bobby Bernard Morganton 

Decker, David Richard Winsion-Salem 

Dee, Dewey Daniel Manila, Philippines 

Dellinger, Cecil McClellan Stanley 

Dennis, William Lawrence Randleman 

Dickens, Robert Maynard Black Mountain 

Dinnes, William Donald Franklin 

Distefano, Robert Vincent Cheltenham 

Ccdson, Guy McPherson, Jr. Raleigh 

Doggett, William Tate High Point 

Donaldson, Joe Kelly Mt. Mourne 

Duncan, Frank Patrick Siler City 

Duncan, John Kenneth Kannapolis 

Duncan, Marshall Yates Clayton 

Dunn, Harry Patton, Jr. Danville, Va. 

Dunning, Kenneth Alan Kinston 
Dyer, Edward Grant North Wilkesboro 

Early, John Gordon Raleigh 

Earp, James Wiley, Jr. Selma 

Easom, Theo O'Neal Wilmington 

Eberly, Curt Weik Sheridan, Pa. 

Eck, Thomas H. Savannah, Ga. 

Edmonds, Lloyd Verner Roanoke Rapids 

Edwards, Charles Wade Ramseur 

Edwards, Jerry Allen Mooresville 

Edwards, John Lester, Jr. Waynesville 

Edwards, John Thomas, Jr. Spring Hope 

Edwards, William Sandford Middlesex 

Eidson, Thomas Wayne Greenville 

Elam, Edward Stuart Charlotte 

Elam, Richard C. Hickory 

EIHaimus, Abdul Wahid Baghdad, Iraq 



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Ellis, Edward William, Jr. Henderson 

Ellis, George Burkhardt Winston-Salem 

Ellis, Larry Wayne Durham 

Ellis, Robert Charles, Jr. Shelby 

Ellis, Robert Guy, Jr. Marion 

Emerson, Thomas Jackson Siler City 

English, William Ollin Raleigh 

Ensley, William Fletcher Rutherfordton 

Eppes, William Ryan Charlotte 

Eskridge, Harold Eugene Shelby 

Eudy, Larry Dean Charlotte 

Everett, Marvin McHenry Robersonville 

Falkner, John Macy, Jr. Raleigh 

Fansler, David Wayne Winston-Salelm 

Farrell, Claude Herman, III Raleigh 

Feimster, Alan Taylorsville 

Felmet, Jack Welch Waynesville 

Fields, Edgar Milton, Jr. Hertford 

Finger, David Alton, Jr. Kannapolis 

Fish, George William Roanoke Rapids 

Fish, Rufus Talmadge, Jr. Wilson 

Fisher, James Crowell, Jr. Mt. Pleasant 

Fisher, John Reed High Point 

Fisher, Norman Ray Raleigh 

Fitts, Edward Plummer, Jr. Littleton 

Fitts, Jerry Burt Raleigh 
Flynt, Herman Elwood, Jr. Guilford College 

Fogle, Fred Aull Shelby 
Folsom, James Warren Newport News, Va. 

Fore, James Ray Waynesville 

Ford, Russell Winfred, Jr. Albemarle 

Ford, Wayne Emrick Richmond, Va. 

Fornes, Bruce M. Sanford 

Fort, Jack Bernard Winston-Salem 

Foss, Emmett Wooten, Jr. LaGrange 

Foster, James Lippard Statesville 

Foushee, Charles Broadus, Jr. Sanford 

Fowler, Robert Lewis Bryson City 

Fowts, William Elbert Franklin 

Franklin, Kenneth Vaden, Jr. Cary 

Frazier, Harold Leon Charlotte 

Frazier, James Richard Charlotte 

Freeman, John Irvan Lincolnton 

Fulcher, William Freddy Rocky Mount 

Fullington, Ronald Wayne Greensboro 

Fulton, John Scott Wilmington 

Gagnon, Robert Edward Ayden 
Gamble, Ernest Washington, Jr. Salisbury 

Gardner, Thomas Alfred Cliffside 

Garner, Charles Philemon Wilmington 

Garner, Patricia Louise Raleigh 

Garrison, George Walker, Jr. Statesville 

Garrison, Mervin James Winston-Salem 

Gay, Aubrey Leonard Zebulon 

Gegner, William Raymond Secaucus, N. J. 

Gerringer, Hugh Leslie, Jr. Greensboro 

Gibbs, Russell Wayne Englehard 

Gibson, John Woyne Fairmont 

Gibson, Peter Murray Laurel Hill 

Gibson, Raleigh Jack, Jr. Sandy Ridge 



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CLASS OF '61 



Gilliam, David Dolian Burlington 
Giraudo, Lawrence Bernard 

Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

Glover, Stanley Warren Spring Hope 

Goldstein, Lawrence Mooresville 

Gore, Ira Carroll Tabor City 

Goswick, Carl Raymond, Jr. Durham 

Grady, William Ward Raleigh 

Graham, Charles Elbridge, Jr. Linwood 

Graham, James Lee Yadkinville 
Graham, Michael Henry Winston-Salem 

Graham, Phillip Ray Yadkinville 

Gray, Erving Harrison Avon 

Gray, Robert Fredrick, Jr. Wadesboro 

Green, Malcolm Alston Durham 

Green, Thomas Sweet Butner 

Greene, Charles William Canton 

Griffin, James Randolph Rocky Mount 

Grimsley, Daniel Lawrence Acme 

Gruzdis, James Vincent, Jr. Thomasville 

Gryder, Reid Kent Rockingham 

Gupton, Charles Pernell Castalia 

Gurganus, Clyde Mitchell Williamston 

Gurganus, Frankie Edwards Williamston 

Hackney, James Acra, III Washington 

Haddock, William A. Jacksonville 

Hagaman, John Royce Zionville 

Hager, Robert Luther Alexis 

Hager, Ted Eugene Mt. Holly 

Hall, Augustus S. Raleigh 

Hall, John Dwight Reidsville 

Hall, William Headley High Point 

Halsey, Hugh Warden Piney Creek 

Hamilton, James Loyd Shelby 

Hammett, Howard Powell Concord 

Hamrick, Herman Howard Shelby 
Hamrick, Vincent Arnold .Winston-Salem 

Hand, James Richardson Dowell 

Hardage, John Harrelson Norlina 

Harden, William Roy Plymouth 

Hardin, Paul Douglas Canton 

Hardison, Joe William Fayetteville 

Harrelson, Hugh Gene, Jr. Lexington 

Harris, Billy Wade Durham 

Harris, Dennis Irvin, Jr. Greenville 

Harris, Harold Brookshire Mt. Gilead 

Harris, Roy Leonard Robbins 

Harrill, Jay Black, Jr. Shelby 
Harrill, Thomas Lawson Patterson Springs 

Harrington, Johnnie Mack Ayden 

Harrington, Tony Miller Landis 

Hartley, Donald Leroy Graham 

Hartline, Leon Mason Statesville 

Hartsell, Hal Craig, Jr.__. Concord 

Harvey, Marion Lee Thomasville 

Hastings, Jimmy Richardson Morganton 

Hatch, Rex Tillman Mt. Olive 

Hathcock, Allan Conrad Albemarle 

Hatley, Wayne Douglas Charlotte 

Hauser, Ronald Billy High Point 

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Heafner, Edwin Zacheus Charlotte 

Heafner, James Patrick Charlotte 

Hearn, Chase Patterson Raleigh 

Heath, Bobby Odell Wade 

Hedden, Ray Oliver Bryson City 

Helms, Brian Belk Greensboro 

Herring, Travis I Seven Springs 

Hester, Donald Larry Stanley 

Hill, Robert Kendall Kinston 

Hinson, Thomas Bessemer City 

Hix, William Fletcher Asheboro 

Hodges, Louis Curtis Dobson 

Hodgin, Jerry Edward Guilford 

Hodgin, James Nelson Guilford 

Hoffecker, Frank LeRoy Charlotte 

Hoffman, Roy Edward, Jr. Charlotte 

Hogan, Philip Gene Norman 

Hogg, Thomas Grier High Point 

Holder, Roy Clifton Liberty 

Holland, James Alvin Marion 

Hollis, George Robert Shelby 

Holloman, Charles Thomas Seaboard 

Holt, Robert Nisbet, Jr. Pantego 
Holton, George Montague, Jr. Williamston 

Hooper, Alvin Dillard Tuckasegee 
Hoots, Gene Allen Winston-Salem 

Hoover, Herbert Ronald Concord 

Hooper, William Whitfield, Jr. Leaksville 

Hoskins, William Blan, Jr. Fayetteville 

Hoskins, Thomas Reeves Spencer 

Houser, Charles Ray Asheville 

Howell, Jon Russell Lenoir 

Howell, William Edward Roduco 

Hoyle, Barbara Ruth Cherryville 

Hoyle, Dan Hilliard Henderson 

Hubbard, Richard Gary Hildebran 

Hudson, Robert Lee Roanoke Rapids 

Hudson, Wayne Thomas Guilford College 

Huffman, David Glenn Burlington 

Hughes, George Roscoe Raleigh 

Huqgins, Joseph Allen Wilmington 

Hulbert, William Henry Sanford 

Hunsucker, Royce Hulton Greenville 

Hunter, Harold Dean Weaverville 

Inge, Donald Eugene Weldon 

Isenhour, John Henry, Jr. Salisbury 

Jackson, Philip Stephen Pittsboro 

Jackson, Raymond Edson Watha 

Jackson, Travis Lawrence Marion 

Jacobs, Larry Gilbert Salisbury 

Javid, Soleiman Teheran, Iran 

Jefferies, Kenneth Franklin New Hill 

Jenkins, Robert Duke Grifton 

Johnson, Jules Doar, Jr. Shelby 

Johnson, Lennart Albert Stockholm, Sweden 

Johnson, Ronald Maddox Fayetteville 
Johnson, Sigvard B. Greenwich, Conn. 

Johnston, Joseph Tharpe Littleton 

Jones, Charles Franklin Charlotte 

Jones, Claude Ervin Raleigh 



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CLASS OF '61 



Jones, James Benton Charlotte 

Jones, Morris Ben Burgaw 

Jones, Paul Richard Kingsport, Tenn. 

Jones, Ray Edward Statesville 

Jones, Thomas Lane Brevard 

Joseph, Stella Lima, Peru 

Joyce, Douglass Ross Raleigh 

Keistler, James W., Jr. Great Falls, S. C. 

Kendall, Worth Alexander Wadesboro 

Kincaid, Jerry Alden Lenoir 

King, Henry Frank, III Salisbury 

King, John Harold, Jr. Smithfield 

King, Lee Ellis Charlotte 

King, Truman Lewis, Jr. Raleigh 

King, William Garland, Jr. Graham 

Kirkpatrick, Robert M. Charlotte 

Kiser, Albert Rufus Winston-Salem 

Kistler, Richard Carey Charlotte 

Kivett, William Daffron Ramseur 

Kjosnes, Nils Ivar New York, N. Y. 

Knight, John Bradley Wilmington 

Knott, Grady Daniel Clayton 

Knox, William Edward Winston-Salem 

Kugler, Rudy George Charlotte 

Kunde, Virgil George Red Wing, Minn. 

Lackey, Walter Jackson, Jr. Fallston 

Lambert, Roger De Witt Andrews, S. C. 

Lambeth, Clay Thomas, Jr High Point 

Lankford, Phillip Gene Kannapolis 

Landmesser, Richard Alan Mocksville 

Lane, Russell Herman Stantonsburg 

Langston, Edward Herman, Jr. Raeford 

Lanier, Harvey Glenn Maple Hill 

Lassiter, William Stone Spring Hope 

Laughon, Kermit Oliver, Jr. Jefferson 

Laughter, Jon Harvey Hendersonville 

Law, Sidney Edward Pelham 

Leath, Robert William Sanford 

Lee, Benjamin Glen Hollister 

Lee, Horace Alton Raleigh 

Lee, Jimmy Baine Lumberton 

Lee, Robert Davis Norwood 

Leffler, Dennis Frank Charlotte 

Leggett, Ira Paul, Jr. Washington 

Lennon, Bernard Broughton Evergreen 

Leonard, James C, III Winston-Salem 

Leveque, Pierre Andre Oxford 

Leverett, James Frederick Raleigh 

Lewis, Kenneth McMillan Fayetteville 

Lewis, Marcus Faison Roseboro 

Liles, Richard Terry Zebulon 

Lindsay, Anthony Gene Clinton 

Lindsay, Donald Sherald Mt. Olive 

Lindsay, Ronald Gerald Mt. Olive 

Lineberger, Earl L., Jr. Bessemer City 

Lingerfelt, Dan Herbert Morganton 

Little, Cecil Stanley Greensboro 

Little, Charles Harvey Kenly 

Little, Herbert Randolph Ayden 

Littleton, David Marvin Goldsboro 



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Locklear, Proctor, Jr. Shannon 

Loewenstern, Michael Cali, Colombia 

Long, William Barry. .. Gastonia 

Love, Jimmy Oscar Concord 

Love, Ray Nesbit Concord 

Lowe, James Edward Greensboro 

Lowry, Edward R., Jr. Greensboro 

Loyd, Archie Kay Statesville 

Lyon, Thomas Henry Durham 

McAteer, Porter Lee Gastonia 

McBane, George Clyde, Jr. Hillsboro 

McCain, William Jennings Candler 

McCall, Harold Guy, Jr. Stoneville 

McCarson, Larry Jay Hendersonville 
McClintock, Coy Edwin Pleasant Garden 

McCollum, Charlie Gray Reidsville 

McCombs, Darwin Hilary Kannapolis 

McCracken, Robert Hugh Clyde 

McCree, James J. Holly Ridge 

McCullough, John Edward Charlotte 

McCuiston, Phil Thomas, Jr. Kernersville 

McDonald, Claude Havis, Jr. Concord 

McDonald, Hugh Dallas Bunnlevel 

McDonald, John Rex Cameron 

McEachern, Hugh A., Jr. Wilmington 

McGee, Carl Louis Lenoir 

McGee, David Franklin Ferguson 
McGinn, Leighton Edward, Jr. Charlotte 

McGinnis, Jerry Ronald Asheville 

McGowan, James Alton, Jr. Winston-Salem 

Mcintosh, Ervin Winfield New Bern 

McLamb, Nathan Henry Clinton 

McLeod, Leo Conrad Winston-Salem 

McMahon, Charles David Swannanoa 

McNeill, Donald Charles Red Springs 

McNeill, James Ralph Lansing 

McRae, David Scott Ellerbe 

McSwain, Wade Hampton, Jr. Albemarle 

McVicker, Gerald Pehden Maxton 

Mace, Samuel Viers Street, Md. 

Madre, Edward Lee Hertford 

Madren, Frank Simpson Elon College 

Mahaney, Arthur R., Jr. Kenbridge, Va. 

Malpass, William Don Norfolk, Va. 
Mann, Douglas Donald Chevy Chase, Md. 

Mann, Harold Reid Mebane 

Mann, Truxton King, Jr. New Bern 

Manning, Ernest Simons Wilson 

Manning, Joseph Clifton Nashville 

Mansfield, Charles Edward Greensboro 

Markos, John Gus Burlington 

Marks, Stuart Alexander Wilmington 

Marks, William Olen Raleigh 

Marsh, Harold Stinson Siler City 

Marshall, Michael Gurey Winston-Salem 

Martin, Charles Edward Lenoir 

Mason, Franklin Gleech Wilson 

Massengil, Ransom Jackson, Jr. Durham 

Massey, Jerry Pearson Statesville 

Matthis, Miles Ray Black Creek 



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CLASS OF '61 



Mauney, Ronald Matthew Shelby 

Mayer, Ronald Michael Asheville 

Meads, Laster Byron Elizabeth City 

Merritt, Kenneth Earl Clinton 

Merritt, Max Burrage Richfield 

Michael, William Baxter Bostic 

Michaels, Thomas David Raleigh 

Middleton, William Ransom, Jr. Garner 

Miller, Bobby Russell Marion 

Miller, Frank Lewis Burlington 

Miller, James Graham Raleigh 

Miller, Robert Eugene Charlotte 

Miller, William David Greensboro 

Mills, Allen George Winston-Salem 

Mills, Wade Thomas Farmville 

Mock, Willis, Jr. Greensboro 

Montgomery, Carl Eugene Semora 

Moore, Lawrence Carlton, Jr. Atlanta, Go. 

Moore, Thomas Mitchell Kannapolis 

Mooring, Luby Edward Stantonsburg 

Moose, Harvey Carroll Raleigh 

Morgan, Harold Marvin Candler 

Morrison, James O'Dell Southern Pines 

Morris, Walter Wiley, III Durham 

Mosley, Julian Devon Butner 

Moss, James Robert High Point 

Mozingo, Roger Lee Snow Hiil 

Mullis, Harry Eugene Reidsville 

Mullis, Ralph Hartman Olin 

Muneyyirci, Suphi Istanbul, Turkey 

Nance, Robert Neely Winston-Salem 

Nelson, D. Robert Andrews 

Nethercutt, Robert Lynn.- Snow Hill 

Neville, Atlas Gordon Chapel Hill 

Nifong, Charles Michael Winston-Salem 

Nixon, John Franklin Cramerton 

Novoa, Luis Arnulfo Havana, Cuba 

Oakley, John Kenneth Durham 

Oberhofer, Edward Samuel Winston-Salem 

O'Briant, Edwin Lee Whitakers 

O'Brien, William Lee, Jr.... Greensboro 

Olive, Ronald Lee Lumberton 

Olive, Ross McNeill . Fuquay Springs 

Oliver, Johnny Dean . Havelock 

Osborne, Wiley Jackson Laurel Springs 

Outterbridge, Stephen Wilson Raleigh 

Overton, John Crayton, Jr. Rocky Mount 

Overton, Roy Lee Louisburg 

Owen, Clarence Manly Hickory 

Owen, Ernest Stanley Fayetteville 

Owens, Ted A. Harriman, Tenn. 

Oxford, John Allen Hudson 

Parker, John Hilton Hollister 

Parks, George Wilson, Jr. ... Red Springs 

Parrish, James Irvin Charlotte 

Parrish, James Raeford Spring Hope 

Patterson, Reid Barnes Salisbury 

Paul, Donald Ross Bath 

Paul, Nicholas Larus Pantego 

Payne, Billy Franklin Walnut 



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Payne, David Jackson Greensboro 

Pearce, Tony Brooks Zebulon 

Peeler, Leidy Yearick Charlotte 
Pendergraft, Garrieth Blan Rock Hill, S. C. 
Pennell, Roland Jerry Newport News, Va. 
Pennsyle, Ronald Owen Winston-Salem 

Perkinson, William David Norlina 

Perry, Glenn Grey, Jr. High Point 

Perry, William Earl Siler City 

Peterson, Frank Alexander Raleigh 

Peterson, Howell Liveous Garland 

Phelps, Albert Carroll, Jr. Sanford 

Phifer, Arthur Graham Shelby 

Phifer, Billy Jack, Jr. Goldsboro 

Phillips, Dewey Lee Dallas 

Phillips, Earl Jennings St. Pauls 

Phillips, Philip Holleman Hertford 

Phillips, Wayne West Snow Hill 

Phipps, Joe Crumpler 

Pickett, Ralph Stanley Beulaville 
Pierce, Robert Hunter Elizabeth City 

Porter, Samuel Lewis, Jr. Sparta 

Poteet, Jack Riley Morganton 

Poulos, James Nick Weldon 

Powell, James Wheeler Greensboro 

Powell, Joseph Adrian Spring Hope 

Price, Franklin Roosevelt. Tarboro 
Prince, Jimmy Harold Fuquay Springs 

Pritchard, William Miles Raleigh 

Privott, Wilbur Joseph, Jr. Tyner 

Prout, Lloyd Thomas Durham 

Puett, John David Morganton 

Pugh, Claud Ervin Asheboro 

Pulliam, George Donald Raleigh 

Pullium, Jerry Clark Andrews 

Purdy, Frank Kerr, Jr. Burlington 

Rackley, Francis Dalton Nashville 

Radford, Frederick C. Kenly 

Rainey, George Lee Raleigh 

Ramsey, Henry Clayton Hubert 

Ramsey, James Warren Shelby 

Raneri, Samuel Anthony Greensboro 

Ransom, Dennett Eugene Frisco 

Rape, Melvin W. Kannapolis 
Raum, John Frederick Winston-Salem 

Raber, Dean Howell York, Pa. 

Redmon, Robert Bruce, Jr. Asheville 

Reece, Roy Williams, Jr. Boonville 

Reichenbach, Carl Franklin, Jr. Raleigh 

Ravelle, William Frederick, Jr. Warsaw 

Reynolds, Arthur Eugene, III Raleigh 

Reynolds, James Robert Boone 

Rhyne, Gerald Lawson Lincolnton 

Rice, Paul Hugh, Jr. Sunbury 

Richardson, Hood Lance Monroe 

Richardson, Robert Glenn, Jr. Durham 
Rickard, Bert Earl Winston-Salem 

Rink, Donald Eugene Salisbury 

Roberson, Bernard Gordon Parmele 

Robertson, Robert Anthony Raleigh 



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CLASS OF '61 



Robinson, Ronold Leary Lincolnton 

Romano, Paul Ernest Bristol, R. I. 

Romeo, Paul Albert Summerville 

Roper, Douglas Gaw Westport, Conn. 

Rose, Charles Richard Newton Grove 

Rosensteel, Robert Eugene Wilmington 

Rosenthal, Herbert Gustav Raleigh 

Roseveare, David Arthur Greenville 

Rowland, Silas McDonald Halifax 
Rowley, Lee R. Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Royal, Mack Carter Stedman 

Rush, Harris Fleming Asheboro 

Saffron, Henry Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sanders, John Dixon Southport 

Sanford, Lonnie Thomas, III Charlotte 

Sanderson, Charles LeRoy Erwin, Tenn. 

Saunders. Carl Horace, Jr. Elon Colleqe 

Sawyer, Gordon Edward Elizabeth City 

Sawyer, Rodney Bernard Jacksonville 

Schwartz, Harold Charlotte 

Scott, Garland Elmo, Jr. Pineville 

Scott, John Guerard Graham 

Seegers, Georqe Samuel, Jr. Charlotte 

Sequeira, Avilino, Jr. Huddy, Ky. 

Sessoms, William Rhea, Jr. Colerain 

Sexton. John E., Jr. Winston-Salem 

Shamblin, Austin Leonard Alcoa, Tenn. 

Shanks. Kenneth Euqene Kernersville 

Shannon, Charles Richard, Jr. Laurinburq 

Shaver, Thomas Warren Albemarle 

Shearon, Ronald Wilson Wake Forest 
Shedd, Joel Price Washinaton, D. C. 

Shepard, Arthur James, Jr. Waynesville 

Sherrill, Robert Taylor Mooresville 

Shinn, Thomas Sadler, Jr. Asheville 

Short, William J. Henderson 

Shuller, Edqar Ralph Swansboro 

Shumate, Stewart Thomas, Jr. Cherryville 

Seigle, Richard Gibbons Winston-Salem 

Siqmon, Ned Alan Hickory 

Simpson, Taliaferro S. Charlotte 

Sinclair, James Hinton Rowland 

Singer, John Stephen New York. N. Y. 

Smart, Harold Joseph Draper 

Smith, Charles Durwood Greenville 

Smith, Danny Gold Raleigh 

Smith, Frank Houston, Jr. Raleigh 

Smith, Glendon Carlyle Kannapolis 

Smith, Johnny Barto Eustis, Fla. 

Smith, Robert Edward Fayetteville 

Smith, Robert Jones Asheville 

Smith, William Alfred Asheville 

Smith, Zigrida Rita Raleigh 

Smithermon, James Samuel, Jr. Troy 

Snipes, Julian Brooks Pittsboro 

Spangler, Ray Warlick Shelby 

Sparks, Darrell Bakersville 

Spence, James Thornwell Greensboro 

Spencer, William Lewis, Jr. Gastonia 

Sprinkle, Wesley Edward Statesville 





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Sproles, Charles Albert Balfour 

Stafford, Donald Bennett Kernersville 

Stallings, Kenneth Gordon Wilson 

Stanford, Charles Herbert, Jr. Liberty 

Starnes, Milton S. Hudson 

Stearns, Cecil Emile A. Raleigh 

Steed, Boyd Curtis, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 

Stegall, Harold Alton Warrenton 

Stephens, Chester Lee, Jr. Elizabeth City 
Stephenson, Gorham Brady Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Stevens, John Franklin Erwin 

Stewart, George Colon Mamers 

Stewart, John Gilliam Gastonia 

Stockord, Ralph Reavis Graham 

Stoker, Lindell Gene Albemarle 

Stokes, Hugh Talmadqe, Jr. Greenville 

Stone, Charles Arnold Kernersville 

Stone, James Kenneth Charlotte 

Stott, Parker Liles Bailey 

Stout, Thomas Calvin High Point 

Strickland, Silas Ezra, Jr. Rocky Mount 

Styron, Bobby Wayne Stacy 

Sullivan, Bryan Edwin Bath 

Summey, William Jenkins Dallas 

Sutton, Hubbard Morris Newton Grove 

Sutton, James Alton Thomasville 

Swain, Edward M. Elizabeth City 

Taborn, Robert Lewis Greensboro 

Talbert, Glenn Benard Albemarle 

Tanner, Aretwine Jacksonville 

Taylor, Glenn Arrington Whitakers 

Taylor, James H. Todd 

Taylor, Jimmy Alton Williamston 

Temple, Ralph Berlyn Newport 
Tharrington, Williams Harper Rocky Mount 

Thomas, Calvin Jackson Raleigh 

Thomas, Jimmie Boyden Salisbury 

Thomas, William Covington Rockingham 

Thornton. William Edgar Kinston 
Tillman, Leonard K. Forest Hills, N. Y. 

Tolen, Robert Curtis Asheboro 

Tourtellot, Robert Chester Charlotte 

Tucker, George Azore Concord 

Tucker, Richard Lyon Greensboro 

Tucker, William Carr Townsville 

Tudor, Robert Barnes Raleigh 

Turner, Frank Vance Raleigh 

Turpin, Robert Garner Newport 

Tyler, Warren Randolph Raleigh 

Tysinger, James Edwin Franklin 

Tyson, George Sprunt Fayetteville 

Tyson, Robert Lee Raleigh 

Upchurch, Lewis Marvin, Jr. Raeford 

Vail, James Thomas Spencer 

Vann, Thomas Phillips Southern Pines 

Vaughn, Charles Richard Mt. Airy 

Veasey, Percy Linwood Durham 

Venable, Wallace Gerald Cheraw, S. C. 

VonCannon, Luther Paul, Jr. Garland 

Voss, F. Gwyn, Jr. Laurinburg 



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CLASS OF '61 



Walker, Frederick Guy, Jr. Albemarle 
Walker, Jefferson H. Newport News, Va. 

Wallace, Larry Wayne Roanoke Rapids 

Walsh, Paul Eugene, Jr. Gastonia 

Walters, Jack, Jr. Whiteville 

Waltz, William Reid Charlotte 

Warmbrod, Grover Karl Raleigh 
Warren, David Lee Washington, D. C. 

Warren, Howard Daniel Asheville 

Waters, William Dixon, Jr. Rocky Mount 

Watson, Charles William Highlands 

Watson, Kenny Russell Mt. Airy 

Weaver, James Bruce Raleigh 

Webster, Shelby Jean Madison 

Wells, Otho Sylvester Watha 

Whichard, Willis Kenneth, Jr. Greenville 

Whisenant. Richard Duke Maiden 

Whitaker, Wilson Willis, III South Hill, Va. 

White, Donald Milton Greensboro 

White, Gerald Bell Statesville 

White, Joseph Rudolph, Jr. Colerain 

White, Armond Carol Windsor 

White, Ralph Alexander, Jr. Conover 

Whitley, David Baker Washington 

Wicker, Bobby Louis Lilling ton 

Wilder, David Reid Chadbourn 

Wilder, Edqar Allen Newport, Tenn. 

Wilder, John Welles, Jr. Greensboro 

Wilder, Manly Smith Middlesex 

Wilkerson, Charles Vernon Roxboro 

Wilkins, Samuel Lee Jacksonville 

Willett, Robert Bynum Greensboro 

Williams, Albert T., Jr. Statesville 

Williams, Hartsell Franklin Morqanton 

Williams, Hobert Earl Eagle Springs 

Williams, James Franklin Lexington 

Williams, Jerry Otway Alcoa, Tenn. 

Williams, Lewis Arnold Raleiah 

Williams, Phillip Russell Fayetteville 

Williams, Thomas Harold, Jr. Raleigh 

Williams, Vaughn McKay Madison 

Williams, Walter Bruce Raleigh 

Wilson, Jimmie Rupert Hendersonville 

Wilson, Neil Carver Shelby 

Wilson, Robert Eugene Lawndale 

Winchester, Samuel Clyde, Jr. Greenville 

Windley, William Thomas Washington 

Winstead, Harold Roger Nashville 

Winstead, Harry Wharton Woodsdale 

Wiseman, Mose Brown, Jr. Salisbury 
Witherspoon, David Harlan 

Rutherford Colleqe 

Wolfe, Jared Dunn Springfield, Pa. 

Wolfer, Robert Conrad Pekin, III. 

Womack, Hester Crowder Durham 

Wood, Elliott Sherrill, Jr. Greensboro 

Wood, William Harry Hendersonville 

Workman, Robert Clinton Raleigh 

Wortman, Jimmie Jack Morganton 

Wright, Edgar E., Jr. Bessemer City 

Wright, Percy William Raleigh 

Yoder, James Kenney Raleigh 

Yorke, Charles Alvin Concord 

Young, Nelson Worsham Reidsville 

Younger, Ronald Lee Lynchburg, Va. 

Yount, Robert Keith Conover 

Zenel, Tarik Istanbul, Turkey 



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PHI ETA SIGMA 

James W. York, Jr. President 

James A. Hackney Vice-President 

William T. Windley Secretary 

William B. Michael Treasurer 

J. W. Morgan Adviser 



PHI ETA SIGMA was founded at the University of Illinois, March 1923. The State College Chapter 
was installed on May 16, 1930. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is open to those Freshmen who make the 
equivalent of half A's and half B's and is considered the highest scholastic honor a Freshman can attain. 
Phi Eta Sigma's members are active for the latter half of their Freshman year and remain active during 
their Sophomore year. They strive to reward and promote an interest in high scholastic standards. 



Abe, Fujio 

Alford, Michael Rives 
Anderson, Gerald Von, Jr. 
Baker, Junius Ora 
Bales, Eldridge Theodore 
Beard, Hoyt Sturdivant 
Brady, Burl Henderlite 
Carter, Billy Wayne 
Cobb, John Charles 
Couched, Gus Parry 
Culberson, Samuel Franklin 
Currie, James Richard 
Darracott, Lucas William 
Davis, Charles Alfred 
Decker, David Richard 
Drake, William Carl 
Eck, Thomas Herbert 
Edmondson, John Austin 
Edwards, John Lester, Jr. 
Ellis, George Burkhardt, Jr. 
Faelten, Eion MacGregor 
Fary, Avery David, Jr. 
Fields, Edgar Milton, Jr. 
Garmer, Charles Philemon 
Garrison, George Walker, Jr. 
Gidney, Robert Sarratt, Jr. 
Gilliam, David Dolian 
Greene, Charles William 
Gross, James Koehler 
Gryder, Reid Kent 
Hall, Thomas David 



MEMBERS 

Harris, Andrew Jennings, Jr. 
Hoadley, Arthur Bruce 
Hooper, Alvin Dillard 
Howell, Jon Russell 
Hughes, Eugene Richard 
Isenhour, John Henry, Jr. 
Jackson, Philip Stephen 
Jamerson, Charles Dewey, Jr. 
Johnson, James Harris 
Jones, Thomas Lane 
Jordan, Charles Lee 
King, Truman Lewis, Jr. 
Kolodny, William Patrick 
Kugler, Rudolph George, Jr. 
Lackey, Walter Jackson, Jr. 
Lambert, Roger DeWitt 
Law, Sidney Edward 
Lester, George Washington 
Lewis, Worth Pegram 
McCuiston, Phil Thomas, Jr. 
McRary, John Walter 
Madren, Frank Simpson 
Martin, James Edward 
Martinson, Fred Helmer 
Massel, Gary Alan 
Matthews, Samuel Calvin 
Miller, Daniel William 
Mills, Wade Thomas 
Moore, Lawrence Carlton, Jr. 
Nivison, Arthur Edward 
Oberhofer, Edward Samuel 



Olive, Ronald Lee 
Ormsby, Ted Richard 
Owens, Ted Alfred 
Patterson, Reid Barnes 
Paul, Donald Ross 
Pennsyle, Ronald Owen 
Perry, Wesley Stewart 
Pierce, Gerald Addison 
Privott, Wilbur Joseph, Jr. 
Redmon, Robert Bruce, Jr. 
Rose, Charles Richard 
Sher, Horace Joel 
Shinn, Thomas Sadler, Jr. 
Shipley, John Lincoln 
Sigmon, Ned Alan 
Singleton, Robert Edmund 
Smith, Frank Houston, Jr. 
Smith, Jerry Alan 
Spence, James Thornwell 
Stone, Louis Howart 
Talbert, Glenn Benard 
Tyler, Warren Randolph 
Tysinger, James Edwin 
Walker, Jefferson Hiden, Jr. 
Williams, James Speed 
Williams, Jerry Otway 
Williams, Milton Guy, Jr. 
Wilson, Joseph Fred 
Yorke, Charles Alvin 
Cooper, David Elder 
Huggins, Joseph Allen 



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Abbott, Peyton Bryant, III 
Abernethy, William Parks 
Adams, Andrew Wilson 
Adams, James Kelly 
Adams, John Cecil, Jr. 
Adams. Royal John, III 
Adkins, James Franklin 



Raleigh 

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Concord 

New Bern 

Cibson 

Raleigh 

Stoneville 



Albritton, George Edgar Hookerton 

Aldridge, Charles Roger Albemarle 

Aldridge, Larry Wayne _ Washington 

Alford, Michael Boyd Hartsville 

Allen, Charles Oren Kings Mountain 

Allen, Deaver Lane Shelby 

Allen, Irving Coy _ Farmville 

Allen, Richard Darwin Mocksville 

Alligood, Frederick Marvin, Jr. Washington 

Allred, John Marshall Greensboro 

Amos, George Alfred W. Hempstead, N. Y. 

Anderson, Hugh Howard Aberdeen 

Anderson, Norman Austin, Jr Mt. Olive 

Anderson, Paul Alderman, Jr. Charlotte 



Angel, Stephen Charles 
Archie, Peter Burns 
Arey, James Edward 
Ashley, William Wade 
Averette, Larry Michael 



Kernersville 

Kinston 

Salisbury 

Whiteville 

Greenville 



Aycock, Vernon Stephen Stantonsburg 

Aydlett, Blake DeLow Durham 



Bagully, Alan Michael 
Bailey, Paul Leland, Jr. 
Bailey, William Gerald 
Baker, Bernard Allen 
Baker, Henry Ray 



Charlotte 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Sharpsburg 



Marcus Hook, Pa. 
Wilson 



Baldwin, George William Vass 

Ballard, Jacob Ronald Lincolnton 

Balta, Jahman Ankara, Turkey 

Barber, Mallory Scott Scotland Neck 

Barbre, William Davis Greenville 

Barger, William Doane Statesville 

Barker, Glenn Rex Roaring River 

Barksdale. Robert Giles Raleigh 

Barlowe, Russell Graham Oxford 



Barr, Anthony James 
Bass, Joe Bickett 
Batson, Vernon McGregor 
Batten, Joseph Harold, Jr. 
Batts, James Ralph 
Baucom, Robert Marion 
Baucom, Walter Keith 



Summit, N. ). 

Winston-Salem 

Wilmington 

Goldsboro 

Hertford 

Marshville 

Monroe 



eal, Archibald Youmans Cary 

eard, J. T. Winston-Salem 

card, Robert Barry Sanford 

eatty, Leon Carter Wake Forest 

eatty, Marvin Eddleman, III Charlotte 

ck, David Walter Winston-Salem 

ell, Robert Purdy, Jr. Charlotte 



ell. William Maurice, III 
Benbow, Richard Maurice 
Benfield, Thomas Garlen 
Bennett, Laurice White, Jr. 
Benson, Franklin Ward 



Charlotte 

Asheboro 

Canton 



Fuquay Springs 
Wilson 

Bentley, Charles Scott Richmond, Va. 

Bcrkclhammcr. Michael Alan Greensboro 

Berrier, Donald Hilton Lexington 

Best, Robert Harvey, Jr. Bethesda, Md. 

Betts, Lee Wortham Arlington, Va. 

Biggs, Herman Franklin Lumberton 

Birch, Fran Marie Raleigh 

Blackman, Lewis Michael White Plains 

Blackwelder, Edwin Parks Statesville 

Blackwcll, Richard Hobson, Jr. Charlotte 

Blackwood, Barry Nash Durham 

Blake, Henry Wayland Winston-Salem 

Blake, Neil Freeman Wallace 

Blakely, John Reynolds Ellerbe 

Blalock, Willard Eugene Halifax 

Bland, Wiley Ray Edward 



[362] 



CLASS OF '62 



Blount, Paul Brittle Franklinton 

Blue, Patricia Ann Fayetteville 

Boger, Ronald Lee Winston-Salem 

Bolick, Wayne Dale Hickory 

Bolin, Rodney Kendall Roxboro 

Bordeaux, Arthur Franklin, )r. Ingold 

Boryk, John Michael Burgaw 

Bost, Dewey Tate Newton 

Bostrom, Lars Edward, III Raleigh 

Boswell, Virgil Stephen Kenly 

Bowers, Billy Dean Jefferson 

Bowles, Hugh Conrad Hiddenite 

Bowman, Dennis Wade Westfield 

Boyette, James Edward, Jr Kenly 

Bracken, Robert John Sanford 

Braddy, Marvin Burnell ... Scotland Neck 

Bradley, Kenneth Fuquay Springs 

Branch, Carl Mitchell Lumberton 

Brant, Paul Weber Raleigh 

Brauer, Julius Paul Norlina 

Bridgers, Whit Stephenson Jackson 

Briggs, Paul Thurman _. Lexington 

Briggs, Roger Allen Lexington 

Britt, Donald Alexander _ New London 

Brittain, Luther William Hickory 

Brogden, Roy Osborne — Garner 

Brookbank, William Harvey, Jr. Siler City 

Brookhyser, George Edward Sylva 

Broome, Robert Wayne - Hickory 

Brown, Churchill Perkins, )r Littleton 

Brown, Dayne Hubert Raleigh 

Brown, Henry Thomas, Jr Ahoskie 

Brown, John Henry, Jr. Rocky Mount 

Brown, Johnny Milton Lexington 

Brown, Robert Lowell Winston Salem 

Bryant, Charles Stephen Raleigh 

Bryson, Lionel Herbert Sylva 

Buchanan, William Tom Raleigh 

Buie, James Cunningham Winston-Salem 

Bullock, Donald Edward Fuquay Springs 

Burgess, Douglas Lee Fayetteville 

Burgess, Robert Eugene Dumont 

Burgess, Robert Marshall Burlington 

Burk, William Joseph, III Charleston, S. C. 

Burnette, Gerald Douglas Sylva 

Burton, Charles Alfred New Bern 

Burton, John Cletus Winston-Salem 

Burton, William Edward, Jr. Hickory 

Cain, Ronald Curtis Elizabethtown 

Caldwell, Charles Brown Erwin 

Caldwell, James Philo, Jr. Charlotte 

Caldwell, Jimmie Hildred Thomasville 

Callahan, Fred Lonnie, Jr Forest City 

Calloway, Edgar Roger Kingsport, Tenn. 

Cameron, James Marvin .. Cameron 

Campbell, Hugh Roderick Charlotte 

Campbell, Randolph Neil Salisbury 

Campbell, William Milas Union Grove 

Campbell, William Thomas Rockingham 

Cannon, Benny Lee _ Fayetteville 

Cannon, Nelson Earl Ayden 

Carpenter, Elmer Lee Newland 

Carpenter, Kent Bradley Durham 

Carraway. Charles Rodney New Bern 
Carter, Alexander Lewis Indian Springs, Tenn. 

Cary, Aubrey Maynard, Jr Spartanburg, S. C. 

Cashion, Loyd Greene, Jr High Point 

Cason, James Landreth, III Allirace 

Catlett, Roy Baxter Thomasville 

Caton, Ralph Wesley, Jr Concord 

Cebe, Jerry Manley ..... Durham 

Cerasi, John Camden, N. J. 

Chadwick, Leon Gordon, III Raleigh 

Chandler, James Lawson, Jr Ruffin 

Chapman, Larry Pinkney College Village 

Chappell, Clifford Stephen Raleigh 

Chedester, Alan Marsh Alexandria, Va. 









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Cherry, Richard Harris 
Childers, Donald Duane 
Choplin, Larry Eugene 
Church, William Charles 



Guatemala, C. A. 

Williamston 

Kannapolis 

Winston-Salem 

Purlear 



Clapp, Edward Rankin Burlington 

Clark, Allen Dale High Point 

Clark, Carl Edgar Elizabethtown 

Clark, Frank Bernard Greensboro 

Clement, Clarence Edward, jr. Lenoir 

Cline, Donald Lentz Gold Hill 

Cline, |ames H.. Jr. Bryson City 

Coble, Douglas Franklin Fayetteville 

Collins, Hubert Michael Winston-Salem 

Collins, Roger Eugene Sparta 

Compos, |ohn Alex ... Wilmington 

Cone, Ceasar Greensboro 

Cone, Norman Preston Wilmington 

Conner, Philip Gllsan Charlotte 

Connor, Buddy Wiley Kings Mountain 

Cook, Charles Wesley Calypso 

Cooke, Robert Wayne Charlotte 

Cooksey, Richard Hal Winston-Salem 

Cooper, John K. Castalia 

Cope, William Monroe Cooleemee 

Corbett, Horace Glenn Fountain 

Cordell. Vance Hilton College Village 

Corpening, Arthur Glenn, III High Point 



Rocky Mount 
Badin 



Coughlin, Patrick Bullock 

Couick, John William, Jr.__ 

Covington, |ames Roy Lumberton 

Covington, John Harry Cordova 

Cox, Joseph James, |r. Shelby 

Crabtree, |erry Edwin Greensboro 

Craig, William Stanley ..... Asheville 

Crandall, |ames Wesley Sherman, N. Y. 

Craven, Edwin Asbury, Jr. Greensboro 

Creech, Benny Gray Snow Hill 

Creech, William Kenneth Lumberton 

Creel, Remus, |r. Seven Springs 

Crisp, James Oliver Hazelwood 

Croft, Marion Joan Asheboro 

Crowe, James Larry Forest City 

Crowe, Needham Clifford, Jr. New Bern 

Crowell, Reggie Alexander Albemarle 

Crowell, Thomas E. Charlotte 

Crummie, Glen Mikel Clinton 

Crump, George Gordon Dublin, Ga. 

Crutchfield, |ames Talton Pittsboro 

Culberson, Hal Keith Siler City 
Cummings, Walter Bradley New Delhi, India 

Curlee, John Theodore Winston-Salem 

Currin, David Douglas Oxford 

Cutter, James Dickinson Ft. Bragg 
Dalby, John Dallas London Bridge, Va. 

D'Aleo, Leo James Jamison, Pa. 

Dalton, James Edgar, Jr. Pine Hall 

Daniel, Ralph Winfield Greensboro 

Daniels, Paul Henry New Bern 

D'Anna, James Andrew Clearwater, Fla. 

Darr, Henry Herbert Trinity 

Daves, John Stephen China Grove 

Davie, Bruce Douglas Southern Pines 

Davis, George Earl Hickory 

Davis, John Grady, Jr. Rocky Mount 

Davis, John Wesley, III Fayetteville 

Davis. Merry Lane Salisbury 

Davis, Mitchell Webb Charlotte 

Davis, Raleigh Craig Thomasville 

Davis, Robert Michael Raleigh 

Davidson, William Scott Dillwyn, Va. 

Day, William Jackson Greensboro 

Deese, Carl Jackson Raleigh 

Dekle, Donne Robert Matthews 

Dillinger, Jimmic Marshall Hickory 

Dellinger, Thomas Clay Rockwell 

Denkins. Frank Earl, Jr. Raleigh 



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CLASS OF '62 



Denny, Stephen Bryant 
Dickinson, Jerald Cecil 
Diggs, )ames Robert 
Diggs, James Webb, Jr. 
Dilda, Standi Lawrence, 



Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Rockingham 

Hamlet 

Fountain 

Asheville 



Dillingham, Morris Wilson 

Dixon, John Daniel, jr. Farmville 

Doby, Neal Smith High Point 

Dodson, Jerry Elmo Statesville 

Donnelly, Ned Preston Hickory 

Dorman, Robert Keith Asheville 

Doughtie. Carl Louis Tarboro 

Dowd, William Joseph St. Pauls 

Dowdy, William Norman South Mills 

Drum, Anthony Lee Charlotte 

Duke, Charles Lewis Canton 

Dumas, Edward James — Shelby 

Duncan, Clarence Russell Lincolnton 

Duncan, Henry Lee Hickory 

Dunlap, David Bartlett Ft. Bragg 

Dunlap, George Heyward Raleigh 

Dunlap, Johnny Lawrence Burlington 

Dunlap, Weldon Aaron Asheboro 

Durham, James Thomas Raleigh 

Earle, Gordon Merrick, Jr Salisbury 

Easter, Kenneth Herbert Winston-Salem 
Easterling, William Neal Wise, Va. 

Eckard, Alan Lawrence Hickory 

Eckard, Leonard Ray __ Hickory 

Edwards, Otho Eugene Charlotte 

Edwards, Wayne Wright Red Springs 

Edwards, William Eugene, Jr. Wilmington 

Efird, Henry Brown, Jr. Albemarle 

Elder, Donald Baldwin High Point 

Elkins, Eddie Clark ton 

Elkins, Edison Julius, Jr. _. Clarkton 

Elliott, Frank Washington, Jr. Oxford 

Elliott, John Douglas Fair Bluff 

Elliott, William Stokely Edenton 

Ellisor, Joe Allen Greensboro 

Emmrich, Ralph William .. Charlotte 

Enders, Ronald Harold Winston-Salem 

Engelberg, Robert William Terrytown, N. Y. 

Ennis, Charles Phillip Greensboro 

Eyerman, Melvin Frederic, II Ft. Bragg 

Faulkner, Roger Atwood, Jr Asheville 

Ferrell, Grady Thermon, Jr Raleigh 

Finch, Clarence Stewart Henderson 

Fincher, Edward Gerald Charlotte 

Fine, Lowell Vance ._. Denton 

Fisher, George Wilfong Mt. Pleasant 

Fisher, James Ernest Asheville 

Fisher, William Scott Enka 

Fishkino, Joel Stuart Woodmere, N. Y. 

Fjeld, John Martin Greensboro 

Fleming, Gary Graman Henderson 

Fleming, Ralph Glenn Salisbury 

Fleming, Roger Alden Bronx, N. Y. 

Flowers, Arthur David New Bern 

Flowers, Don Carlos, Jr. Kinston 

Floyd, James Monroe, Jr Lexington 

Floyd, Victor Mattison Fair Bluff 

Flynt, Charles Homer, Jr. Liberty 



Formy-Duval, James Cecil, 

Fonville, John Coble, )r 

Ford, Dennis Keith __ 

Ford, John Allen 

Ford, Thomas Sloan Hickory 

Fort, Jimmy Clarkton 

Fort, John Robert Charlotte 



Jr. Whiteville 

Stanley 

_ Lenoir 

Bessemer, Ala. 



Fort, William Isaac 

Foster, Ronald Fred 

Fowler, Richard Salsbury 
Frantz, Robert Charles 
Frazer, Robert Henry 
Freeland, Robert Moss 
Freeman, Johnny Eugene 



Henderson 

Ferguson 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Matthews 



Mt. Vernon, Wash. 













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Frekko, Emery Francis 

Fretwell, William Dale 

Freuler, William 

Fudala, Eugene Raymond 
Fuqua, Alvah Dalton. jr. 
Furr, Clynn Ray, |r. 



Asheville 

Sanford 

Chatham, Va. 

Halifax 

Port Richmond, Va. 

Raleigh 

High Point 

Furr, Ronald Van Albemarle 

Futrell, lames Gary Potecasi 

Cattney, Billy Franklin Cramerton 

Cahrmann, Robert William Charlotte 

Cainey, Millard Jackson Dunn 

Call. Joseph Franklin Charlotte 

Calyon, James Roy Sanford 

Gamewell, Tomme Turner Salisbury 

Garner, Robert Newell, Jr. Winston-Salem 

Garrett, Jack Allen Raleigh 

Garrison, Watson Mclver, jr. Burlington 

Garriss, Daniel Stephen Lillington 

Gay, James Russell, Jr. Walstonburg 

Geitner, Charles Henry, III Hickory 

Gentry, Carl Lacy, Jr. Mt. Airy 

Georgion, Robert Victor Statesville 

Cermaine, Winthrop Henry Fern Park, Fla. 

Gernert, Peter Robert Andrews 

Gibson. James Robert, Jr. Hayesville 

Giles, Gary Durtee Raleigh 

Gillis, Kenneth Glen Raleigh 

G nsberg, Charles Liberty, N. Y. 

Gokcen, Uler Istanbul, Turkey 

Goldston, James Hobson, )r Leaksville 

Goode, Garland Angel Greensboro 

Goodwin, Frances Lee Apex 

Grady, Perry Linwood Mt. Olive 

Graham, Bobby Eagle Salisbury 

Graham, Charles Piermont Wilmette, III 

Graham, Don Stroupe Raleigh 

Graham, James Lee .—Elkin 

Graham, Sylvia Ann Broadway 

Gray. Albert Dial, III Whiteville 

Gray, David Samuel, III Marion 

Gray, Robert Frederick, Jr. Asheville 

Gray, William Howard, Jr. Fayetteville 

Green, John Bunyan Midland 

Gregory, Jimmie Harold Martinsville, Va. 

Crier, Bryant Kennedy Gastonia 

Griffith, William Sloan Salisbury 

Grigg, Gaither Glenn Kings Mountain 

Grimberg, Jack Alberto Bogota, Columbia 

Croce, James Overall Asheville 

Grogan, James Rodney Mayodan 

Groland, Cordon Henry Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Grubbs. George Logan Charlotte 

Gruenstein, Doris K. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Guin, Phillip Earl Southern Pines 

Cuthery, Val John Charlotte 

Guthrie, Larry J. Hickory 

Guy, Robert Wayne Fayetteville 

Haddad, George Michel Hammana, Lebanon 

Hager, Harold Dean Alexis 

Hall, Darius Pascagoula, Miss. 

Hall, David Edward Tryon 

Hall, Richard Haywood High Point 

Hall. Willard Ray Edenton 

Hamilton, Charles Lee Lexington 

Hancock, John Alan Wilmington 



Winston-Salem 

Southport 

Dobson 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 
Winston-Salem 
Harris, Alton Terrell Laurinburg 

Harris, Betty Gail High Point 

Harris, Charles Rogers, Jr. Roanoke, Va. 

Harris, John Cornell Rutherfordton 

Harris, Robert Joseph, Jr. Raleigh 



Hanner, Orpheus William 
Hardee, Mlkael Allan 
Hardy. Billy Odell 
Harkey, James Franklin, Jr. 

Harrclson, James Charles 
Harrington, Cecil Frank 



[366] 



CLASS OF '62 



Harris, Roy Leonard, Jr. 
Harris, William Burton 



Robbins 
Mooresville 

Durham 
Henderson 

Denton 



Harris, William Thomas, Jr. 
Harrison, George Wright, Jr. 

Harrison, John Branson _ 

Hart, James Clifton Winston-Salem 

Hartsell, William Newell, )r. Albemarle 

Hasson, Preston Lee San Francisco, Calif. 

Hastings, Harris Freeze, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Hatch, Donald Ellsworth Petersburg, Va. 

Hathcock, John Nathan Raleigh 

Hawkins, Jack London Jacksonville 

Hawks, Franklin Lewis Mt. Airy 

Healy, Jeremiah Vincent, Jr Southern Pines 



Hedgepeth, Robert Grey - 

Hedspeth, Joseph Clarence, Jr. 

Helderman, Nathan Uriel 

Helms, Harvey Milton, Jr. 

Hemby. Jere Collins _ 

Hempel, Bruce Arnold 

Henshaw, Lynn Ernest 

Herr, William Lewis 

Heustess, Richard Alexander 
Hewitt, Freddy Alonzo 

Hicks, Marvin George 

Hicks, Walter George 

High, Richard Craham 

Hight, Fred Colom, jr. 

Hill. Alfred Lee 

Hill, Gerald Franklin 

Hill, Hugh Michael 

Hill. 

Hill, 

Hill, 

Hill, 



Littleton 

Conway 

Charlotte 

Albemarle 

Jacksonville 

Wilmington 

Waynesville 

Sanford 

Wilmington 

Claremont 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Wilson 

Louisburg 



James Norman 
Joel David 
John Courtney __ 
Reginald Faulkner 



Hill, Richard Frank 

Hill, Roger Evans 

Hill, Thomas Spencer 
Hilton, Kerry Grayson 
Hinson. Henry Dillard 
Hinson, Laurin Kenneth 
Hobbs, Thomas Deanes 



Elizabeth City 
Raleigh 

High Point 

_ Asheboro 

Carolina Beach 

Raleigh 

Youngsville 



„ Arden 

High Point 
Charlotte 

Lexington 

Rocky Mount 

Monroe 

Rocky Mount 

Acme 

Asheville 



Hodges, Henry McNeill 

Holden, Charles Allen 

Holder, Charles Robert Winston-Salem 

Holjes, Meldon Aitken, )r Greensboro 

Hollifield, James Gilbert, Jr Marion 

Hollifield, Richard Garfield High Point 
Holt, Jack Morgan Sanford 

Honeycutt, Chester Bryant __ Angier 

Honeycutt, Jerry Thomas Willow Springs 

Hood, Darl Stevens - Lake Waccamaw 

Hooks, James Michael - Charlotte 

Hopper, Clyde Edward Charlotte 

Home, William Oscar, Jr. ... Polkton 

Horrell, Mack Raymond Atkinson 

Horsky, Thomas John Burgaw 

Houston, Bryson Carroll Pink Hill 

Houston, Forrest Rolland Winston-Salem 

Howard, Donald Wayne _ ...Durham 

Howard, Joseph Coleman Ahoskie 

Huffman, Jerry David Hickory 

Huffman, Loyd Allen Wilkesboro 

Humphrey, James Lee Maple 

Hunter, William Francis _ Winston-Salem 

Hutcheson, James Stanford Winston-Salem 

Hutchins, George Stephen Sanford 

Icenhour, Carrel Junior Taylorsville 

Ingram, James Edward _ Kernersville 

Iskyan, Howard Stephen Durham 

Iseer, Simmons Harrison Charlotte 

Jackson, Richard David Buffalo, N. Y. 

Jackson, William Dewey St. Pauls 

Jackson, William Mclver ._ Winston-Salem 

Jarrett, Olin, Jr. Marshall 

Jeffreys, James Irving, Jr. Wilmington 

Jenkins, Henry Scott Rutherfordton 










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Jimenez, Rafael 

]ohnson, Charles Walter 

Johnson, Donald Terry 

Johnson, Jackie Burns 

Johnson, Joseph Herbert 

Johnson, William Thomas 
Johnston, William Leon 



Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Dallas 

Draper 

Raleigh 

Madison 

Greensboro 



Greensboro 

Elizabeth City 

Alexander 

Beaufort 



Jones, George Thomas 

Jones, Robert Franklin 
Jones, Robert William 
Jones, Thomas Carrow 

Jones, William Stanley Cary 

Jones, Woodrow Wilson, Jr. Rutherfordton 

Jordan, John Durell Clarkton 

Jordan, William Sanford Raleigh 

Joslin, Arnold Lumsden Raleigh 

Joyner, Alfred Troy Rich Square 

Joyner, James H. Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 

Keel, Cecil Zeno, Jr. Robersonville 

Kemp, Larry Whitehurst Oriental 

Kennedy, Donald C. New Bern 



Kennett, John Phillip 
Kennon, Jerry Meador 
Key, Hugh Dennis 
Key, John Chase 
Kimball, John Allen, 
Kiser, Jack Leonard 
Kluttz, James Earle 



Durham 

Greensboro 

Mount Airy 

Charleston, W. Va. 

)r Manson 

Sherrill's Ford 
Salisbury 

Klutz, Marvin Glenn Hickory 

Kneeburg, Charles Edwin, )r. Salisbury 

Knight, William Bailey, Jr. Hickory 

Knowles, O'Breyton, Jr. Fayetteville 

Knowles, Samuel Gordon Hickory 

Knox, James Howard Carolina Beach 

Kornegay, Arthur Randall Seven Springs 



Krickbaum, William Joseph, Jr. 
Kroll, Dennis Robert 
Lackey, Gerald Francis 
Lamb, Julian King, Jr. 
Langdon, Jerry Pleasant 
Langley, William Howard 
Lauder, Kenneth Craig 



Franklin 

Sutersville, Pa. 

Winston-Salem 

Salisbury 

Smithfield 

Asheville 

Raleigh 



Laughinhouse, Gerald Franklin Vanceboro 

Lavinder, James Carroll Henderson 

Law, Fraser Carolyn, II Raleigh 

Lawrence, James Robert Stoneville 

Laxton, Lawrence Wilson, )r Elk.n 

Leary, Leslie Carrol High Point 

Leatherwood, James Michael Clyde 



Le Blan, Didier Jean 
Lee, Michael Clifton 
Leffler, Merrill 
Leonard, Robert Leo, Jr 



Lille, France 
Gastonia 



High Point 
Lexington 
Levings, George Edward, III Hillsboro 

Liles, Henry David Lilesville 

Lindell, Stephen Trimble Wilmington, Del. 



Lineberger, Miles Ervin 
Lloyd, James Carlyle 
Long, James Eugene 
Long, Moody Allen 
Long, William Earl 
Lopp, Daniel Franklin 
Lose, David Owen 



Dallas 

Durham 

Burlington 

Apex 

Roxboro 

Lexington 

Anchorage, Ky. 



Lynch, Jack LeRoy Roxboro 

Lynch, John Zebulon Elon College 

McAuley, William Reid, Jr. Rocky Mount 

McCall, Thomas Edwin, Jr. Black Mountain 

McCant, William Charlotte 

McClendon, John Edward Bogalusa. La. 

McColl, William David Thomasville 

McCombs, David Elder Salisbury 

McCorkle, Richard Anthony Cherryville 

McCotter, Orson Lane Mount Holly 

McCulley, Michael David Quantico, Va. 

McDermott, John Joseph Durham 

McDougal, Lawrence Glenn Spindale 

McDowell, Leland Kitchen Tarboro 



CLASS OF '62 



McDuffie. Allan Edwin Durham 

McDuffie, Walter Cross Clarkton 

McEachern, Robert |ewett Wilmington 

McCee, Wesley Olen Laurinburg 

McChee, Wyatt Lemuel Franklinton 

McCrady, Roger Stephen West |efferson 

McKay. |ohn Woods. Jr. Charlotte 

McKay. Wilbur Franklin Marston 

McKelvey. Gary Malcom Raleigh 

McKenzie, )ohn Leon Pinehurst 

McKinney, Mitchell Allan Rocky Mount 

McLean, Archibald Monroe Wagram 

McLeod, Randolph Christian Bethesda, Md. 

McLeod. William Lawrence, Jr. Durham 

McLurd, James William, Jr. Crouse 

McMillan, Ed Leigh, II Brewton, Ala. 

McMillan, Frank Doub Red Springs 

McMurray, Charles Leigh Spruce Pine 

McNinch, William G. Charlotte 

McRacken, James Angus Red Springs 

McRee. Leonard Clarence Newton 

Mabe. Robert Arnold Walnut Cove 

Malpass, Charles Lucian Clinton 

Mangum, John William, III . Wilmington 

Mann, Ronald Barry High Point 

Manning, John Austin, Jr Raleigh 

Manning, John Rives, Jr. Roanoke Rapids 

Margolis, Marvin Samuel St. Pauls 

Marine. Oscar Frank Sneads Ferry 

Marks, David Darden Morehead City 

Marks. Richard Cecil _ Rocky Mount 

Marti, Jose Antonio . Mexico, D. F. 

Martin, Alan Decatur, III. 

Martin, Durwood Wilson, Jr. Liberty 

Martin, Gene Harold Robersonville 

Martin, Jesse Frederick lamesville 

Masencup, Henry Michael Winston-Salem 

Matheson, Larry John Asheville 

Mathews, Howard Blount, |r. Hertford 

Matthews. Hazel Benton, Jr. Hertford 

Matthews, Henry Alton Lakeview 

Mauney, James Lloyd Oakboro 

Mauney, James Marshall Burgaw 

May, William Minor Raleigh 

Mayberry, James Thomas Mt. Airy 

Mayhue, Hugh Wavne Kings Mountain 

Maynard, Sherrill Franklin, Jr. Lenoir 

Mead, Byron LeRoy _._ Matthews 

Meares, Ida Joyce Raleigh 

Mercer, Franklin Robinson Bolivia 

Mettrey, John Michael Raleigh 

Middleton, Joseph Bradley Alexandria, Va. 

Miles, Wesley Gibson Kingsport, Tenn. 

Miller, Wayne Marshall Reidsville 

Miller, William Eugene West Jefferson 

Mills, Carl Fred Chinquapin 

Mills, Jesse Reid - Raleigh 

Mills, Milton Kent Mooresville 

Mills. Yates Raleigh 

Mimidis, Chris John Swannanoa 

Mitchell, Barre Ryan Wilmington 

Mitchell, George Cleveland. Ill Dunn 

Mitchell, Paul Blackburn, Jr. Kinston 

Mitchem, Terry Kermit 

Mitchener, Hugh Lacy, III 

Mock, John Delmar, Jr. _ 

Modlin, Arthur Lee 



Lincolnton 

Garner 

Boonvllle 

lamesville 

Monroe, James Everette Laurel Hill 

Moon, Lloyd Junior Kannapolis 

Moore, Charles Calvin, Jr. Hoffman 

Moore, Charles Jack, Jr. Hamlet 

Moore, Clarence Richard Wilson 

Moore, George Elliott Raleigh 

Moore, James McNair Hoffman 

Moore, James Preston _ Winston-Salem 

Moore, John Laughridge Roxboro 

Moore, Joseph Ira, Jr. Raleigh 




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Moore, 
Moore, 



Julius Graham Raeford 

Reuben Russell Timberlake 



Moore, Stephen Frederick Winston-Salem 

Moore, Thomas Edwin Raleigh 

Morgan, Arthur Cecil, III Westport, Conn. 

Morris, James Stewart Maxton 

Morrison, Frank McLean Maxton 

Morrison, Roger Alan Charlotte 

Morton, J. Kent Kingsport, Tenn 

Muckerman, Dennis Fall Bennettsville, S. C. 

Mullis, Donnie Clifton Charlotte 

Muneyyirci, Suphi Istanbul, Turkey 

Murrelle, Ronald Kemp Greensboro 

Mustian, Robert David Kittrell 

Nance, Richard Earle Raleigh 

Nametta, Philip Newcomb Winston-Salem 

Neel, Roger Dean Charlotte 

Nelson, Charles Phillip New Bern 

Nelson, David Webb _ Morehead City 

Nelson, Robert Edwin Baltimore, Md. 

Nemmers, Robert Stanley Raleigh, N. C. 

Nesbitt, Steve Wallace Arden 

Newman, Carl L Montclair, N. J. 

Newton, Joel Armond Charlotte 

Nichols, Gerald Arthur Charlotte 

Noah, Hugh Bryan Raleigh 

Noah, Van Batchelor Raleigh 

Nunalee, Thomas Hervey, III Currie 



Shelby 

Faison 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Durham 



Oates, Robert Milton 

Oates, Rudolph Owens 

Oddo, Joseph John 

Odom, Terry Graham 

Ogburn, Marty Lee Winston-Salem 

Oppenheim, James Peter _ Charlotte 

Orr, Thomas Jerome Charlotte 

Osborne, Danny Dean Fig 

Osburn, Patrick Delano Carner 

Overman, Jack Preston Edenton 

Owen, William Bradford, Jr. Greensboro 

Owens, Andrew Walton Waynesville 

Owens, Jasper Glenn Morganton 

Padgett, Bobby Jackson Maple Hill 

Palmer, James Edward - Franklin 

Parker, John Allan, Jr Gastonia 

Parrish, Roy Thomas Sanford 

Pasour, Charles Earl _ Dallas 

Pass, Herbert Lee, Jr. .. Winston-Salem 

Patrick, Jerry Hamilton Raleigh 

Patterson, Melvin Luther Thomasville 

Payne, Robert Bennett Winston-Salem 

Peele, Gerald Lamay _ Durham 

Pendergraft, Odis Charles, Jr. Chapel Hill 

Penney, Albert Carl Kenansville 

Perry, Lynn Mclver, Jr. Sanford 

Pettus, Robert Eugene Charlotte 

Philbeck, Richard Wayne Hickory 

Cary 
Spruce Pine 
Piercy, Brooks Ervin, Jr. Boiling Springs 

P^ercy, Ransom Fletcher, Jr. Gastonia 

Pike, Carl Leon, Jr. Raleigh 

Pittman, Kay Eldridge Fremont 

Pittman, Leon Alton, Jr. Kinston 

Pohlkotte, Robert Harold Paterson, N. J. 

Pollock, Charlies Bruce Clinton 

Pollock, Louie Earl, Jr. Kinston 

Pons, Roy Kenneth Valdese 

Poole, Dale Alton Sparta 

Poovey, William Paul Burlington 

Pope, Ivan Hoyt, Jr. Salisbury 

Porter, William Larry Vaughan 

Powell, Charles Edmond Charlotte 

Powell, Paul Tammy Asheville 

Prescott, Wendell Ellsworth, Jr Lake Waccamaw 

Pressley, Robert Neil Waynesville 

Price, John Thomas Asheville 

Pritchett, Darrell Gray Thomasville 



Philbrick. Charles Russell 
Phillips, Thomas Henry 



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Proctor, Robert Walston Tarboro 

Puckett, Walter Harry Wallace 

Purcell, David Alexander, Jr. Fieldale, Va. 

Quate, Wallace Webster Madison 

Queen, James Morris Morganton 

Rader, Kenneth Roger Newton 

Radford, Maurice Gene Kenly 

Ramsey, Thomas Haywood Shelby 

Rast, Byron Gerard Cameron, S. C. 

Ratley, Charles Durham Red Springs 

Ratliffe, |ohn Timothy Lenoir 

Rawls, Dewey Welton Woodland 

Ray, Neill L, |r. Fayetteville 

Reaves, Thomas Bingham Fayetteville 

Redd, Warren |erome, Jr. Charlotte 

Reese, Ronnie Richard Williamston 

Regan, Eli Troy Oxford 

Reich, Franklin Wells Raleigh 

Reich, Samuel Linville Winston-Salem 

Reid, Nolan Grayson, |r. Denton 

Reinhardt, Richard Bennett Gastonia 

Reynolds. William N. Winston-Salem 

Rhodes, Robert Daniel Lexington 

Riddick, )ack Howerin Belhaven 

Riddle, Duncan David Sanford 

Rider, Norman Llewellyn Greensboro 

Ridout, William |ames Valhalla, N. Y. 

Riedell. Charles Alexander Clifton, N. J. 

Rivadeneyra, |orge Farrera Mexico City, Mex. 

Robbins, William Tyson Wilson 

Roberson, Ronald Edward Rocky Mount 

Roberson, William Hugh Robersonville 

Roberts, |ohn William Mocksville 

Roberts, Walter Vance, Jr. Asheboro 

Robertson, Cleo DeLand Reidsville 

Robinson Gary Dee Watertown, Mass. 

Robinson, Lewis Kelly Gastonia 

Robinson, Thomas Christopher, |r. Georgetown, S. C. 

Rogers, William Henry, Jr. _ Fuquay Springs 

Rogerson, Asa Benjamin Williamston 

Romanet, Andrew Louis, Jr. Roxboro 

Rooney, Michael James - Charlotte 

Rose, Dennis Austin Littleton 

Rose, Howard Loring Pantego 

Rose, Patrick Cowen Coeburn, Va. 

Rose, Robert Lee Rocky Mount 

Rosendahl, James Frederick Dobson 

Rosenstrauch, Gary Jay Hewlett, N. Y. 

Ross, Cary Mills Rhodhiss 

Ross, Kenneth William Morganton 

Rush, Charles Blair Lexington 

Rushing, Charles Ellis Marshville 

Russell, Charles Edmond Lexington 

Ryals, Henry Wesley Dunn 

Sadler, Emory Welch Kenansville 

Saigal, Mohd Mushtaq Karachi, Pakistan 

Sandifer, James Paul Havelock 

Sangster, Kenneth Maldrum Denville, N. J. 

Satterfield, Preston, III Roxboro 

Satterwhite, Elizabeth Ann Henderson 

Satterwhite, Harold Landis, Jr. McCain 

Sauls. Admiral Dewey Garner 

Saunders, Harvey Dean Morganton 

Scarborough, Todd Robert, Jr. Hoffman 

Scoggins. James Nester Charlotte 

Scott, David John Raleigh 

Scott, David Rallya Oil City, Pa. 

Scott, Samuel Devon Fair Bluff 

Seitz, Henry Williams, )r. Newton 

Sexton, Phillip Lawrence Sparta 

Shea, Charles Thomas Waycross, Ga. 

Shelton, James David High Point 

Shelton, Thomas Roscoe Madison 

Shepherd, Robert Edwin Deep Gap 

Sheppard, Ronald Eric Winston-Salem 

Sherrill, Van Doye Benson 

Shook, David Lynn _ Hickory 



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Shore, |ohn Benjamin 
Shropshire, William Hyland 
Sigmon, Carl Lanier 
Simmons, Charles Robert 
Simmons, Lloyd Charles 
Simmons, William Stephen 
Simoes, Wilson Pimenta 

Simpson, Ceorge Orville 
Sinclair, James Eulen, |r. 
Sink, Larry Wayne 
Sipe, Marion Andre 
Skidmore, James David 
Slate, Robert Edward, |r. 
Sloan, Benjamin Johnston 

Sloan, John Samuel 
Smarr, Albert Copeland 
Smith, James Thomas 
Smith, Jerry 



East Bend 

Concord 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Plymouth, Pa. 

Granite Falls 

Rio de janeira, Brazil 

Charlotte 

Clinton 

Lexington 

Shelby 

Burlington 

King 

Waynesville 

Mr Ulla 

Charlotte 

Kings Mountain 

Charlotte 



Smith, Raymond Lester, )r. Greenville 

Smith, Rufus Kader, Jr. Charlotte 

Smith, Sidney Douglas, Jr. Wagram 

Smith, Thomas Manly New Bern 

Smith, William Edmond Wilmington 

Smith, William Lucius, Jr. Havelock 

Soden, John Voorhis, Jr. Raleigh 

Sorrells, Malcolm Edwin Asheville 

Spain, Milton Franklin Waverly, Va. 

Spangler, Larry Eugene Shelby 

Sparrow, Charles Abernathy Charlotte 

Spear, Forrest Allen Madison 

Speight, John Franklin Winston-Salem 

Stainback, Kenneth Max Elon College 

Stanley, Ronald Langston Shelby 

Stanley, Willie Loyd Lexington 

Stanton, Frederick Lewis _. Larchmont, N. Y. 

Staples, John Merritt Kingsport, Tenn, 

Starnes, John Edgar Granite Falls 

Steele, Bayne Gray Burlington 

Stein, Gerald Anderson Rocky Mount 

Stephenson, Gary Sherrill Four Oaks 

Stevenson, James Frederick Palmyra 

Stillman, James David Wilmington 



Stinard, Rutherford Jules 
Stokes, William Frederick 
Stone, John Greenville 
Stout, Donnie Odell, Jr. 
Strawn, Harry Boger 
Strickland, Vernon Lee 
Stroupe, Harold David 



Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Greenville 

Providence 

Sanford 

Monroe 

Oxford 

Gastonia 



Stuart, Archie David, Jr. Raleigh 

Stuart, Barry Witten Charlotte 

Stuart, Jay Clyde Elkin 

Stubbins, George Edward Greensboro 
Studley, Donald Michael . Woodmere, N. Y. 

Sturgess, John Hannibal Rocky Mount 

Suessmann. Kenneth Walter Baldwin, N. Y. 



Suggs, Vernon Ray 
Sullivan, Robert Andersen 
Summer, Garry Lester 
Sykes, Michael Parks 
Tadlock, William Andrew, III 
Taltcn, James Evans 
Tate, Charles Alexander, Jr. 

Taylor, Arthur Blenn, Jr. 

Taylor, Dewey Franklin 

Taylor, Freddie George 

Taylor, George Blount 

Taylor, James Franklin 

Taylor, John Thomas 

Taylor, Leonard Pendleton, Jr, 



Norfolk, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Cherryville 

Roanoke Rapids 

Windsor 

Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Fayetteville 

Pine Level 

Winston-Salem 

Rocky Mount 

Aberdeen 

Nashville 

Vanceboro 



Taylor, Robert Wayne 


Franklin 


Taylor, Vance Bunting 


Bethel 


Tedder, Donald Richard 


Red Springs 


Thomas, Baxter Lamar 


Charlotte 


Thomas, Georgia Marie 


Varina 


Thomas, Seip 


West Easton, Pa. 


Thompson, Linwood Forrest 


Raleigh 


Thompson, Roy Clark 


Saluda 


Thorn, Robert Harold 


Raleigh 


Thome, James Richard 


Selma 


Ticc, Robert Glenn, Jr. 


Wadesboro 



Tillman, Michael Thomas 
Todd, Edward Shermer 
Tolar, Frank Leon 
Tolson, Edward Norris 



Roxboro 

East Bend 

Wilmington 

Tarboro 



CLASS OF '62 



High Point 
Forest City 
Newark, N. ). 
Wilkesboro 
Greenville 
Landis 
Tucker, Dennis Warren North Wilkesboro 



Tomlin, Mickey David 
Toms, John Amos 
Toohey, |ohn Francis, Jr. 
Transou, Robert Horton, Jr. 
Tripp, Jasper Leroy 
Troutman, Donald Eugene 



Tucker, Woodrow Taylor, Jr. 
Tune, Harry Clifton, Jr. 
Turner, Charles McNeill, Jr. 
Turner, Conrad Leon 



Raleigh 

Morganton 

Reidsville 

Waynesville 



Turner, James Henningham, Jr Dunn Loring, Va. 

Tysinger, Walter Franklin Sanford 

Tyson, David Thomas Black Mountain 



Umstead, Thomas Clinton 
Valdes, Miguel Angel 
Van Nostrand, Herbert Norman, 
Vaughan, John Louis 
Vermilya, William Oakley 



Durham 
Havana, Cuba 
Bristol. Tenn. 

Durham 

Ahoskie 



Vickers, James Lee Salisbury 

Wagoner, Frank Wayne Elon College 

Wagoner, Thomas Lettrage Sparta 

Wagoner, Wayne Samuel Cold Hill 

Walden, Joseph Herman Reidsville 

Waldrop, Don Baker Valdese 

Walker, John Edmond _. Cibsonville 

Wall, Michael Jackson Griffon 

Wallace, Larry Simmons Newport 

Wallace, Wayne Maurice Hickory 

Walser, Stacy Thurman, ]r Salisbury 

Walters, Roger William Matthews 

Ward. Lycurgus Barnhill, Jr. Durham 

Warner, Michael New Bern 

Warwick, Nurham Osbie Clinton 

Washburn, James Ray Spruce Pine 

Watkins, Gerald Jon Greensboro 

Watkins, Louie Willard Wilmington 

Watson, Larry Irving Plymouth 

Weaver, William Norris .. Winston-Salem 

Welch, Lawrence Edward Charlotte 

West, Charles Hardin, Jr. Greensboro 

West, George Harper Kinston 

Wey, Linda Jean Boone 

Whatley, Louis Stephen Asheboro 

Whealton, Bruce Martin Burlington 

Whilden, Carleton Nettles, Jr. Charlotte 

Whitaker. Benny Lane Concord 

Whitaker, Robert Norton Enfield 

White, David Eagle, Jr Statesville 

Ahoskie 

Pittsboro 

Conway 

High Point 

Gastonia 

Durham 

Statesville 



White, Douglas Edward 

White, Norman Berry 

White, Rufus Jennings 

Whitesell, William Kenneth, Jr. 
Whitesides, David Patrick _ 
Whitefield, Charles Bernard 
Wieland, Fred George 



Wiggins, Noland Elvin, Jr Durham 

Wilcox, John Lee Tampa, Fla. 

Wilhalf, Charles Edward, III Rocky Mount 

Williams, George Washington, III Lexington 

Williamson, Donald Caldwell Clinton 

Williamson, Richard Hall Canton 

Willis, Candler Arthur, Jr. Candler 

Willis, Carlton Hayes ..._ _ Stacy 

Willoughby, James Frederick Rocky Mount 

Wilson, Jerry Reid _ Kings Mountain 

Wilson, Larry Dean High Point 

Wilson, Mark Gilliam Wilson's Mills 

Wilson, Walter Thomas Lexington 

Winston, Robert Lee, Jr. Charlotte 

Winton, Raymond Sheridan Raleigh 

Wise, Joe Michael Shelby 

Witherington, Charles Mack Vanceboro 

Wordsworth, Albert Grey Rocky Mount 

Workman, Gary Franklin High Point 

Worsley, David Francis Oak City 

Worsley, Samuel M. Oak City 

Wright, Bruce Wayne Plymouth 

Wright, Larry Gene Salisbury 

Wylie, Robert Lowry Charlotte 

Yelvington, John Eustace. Jr Clayton 

Yip, Jimmy Der High Point 

Young, John Marion Asheville 

Yount, James Leroy Newton 

ZumBrunner, Thomas P., Ill Salisbury 



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McDONOUCH BRAND RESAWS 
STEEL AND PIPE WAREHOUSE 

FRICK & LANE SAW MILLS 

TOWER EDCERS & TRIMMERS 

DELTA WOODWORKING MACHINERY 

ALLIS-CHALMERS FORK LIFT TRUCKS 



Dillon Supply Company 



Raleigh 



Durham 



Rocky Mount 



Coldsboro 



HICKORY CHAIR 
COMPANY 



Makers of 



Chars and Upholstered Furniture 



Established 1911 



HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 




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SENIORS OF 1959 



WE ARE WISHING YOU A 
FINE TOMORROW 

Wherever uou go- i forth - Oaj/ - S^outh or [/Vest all 
of us lie re at the students S^upplu stores are 
wishing uou a fine ti 



tomorrow. 



^rn all of uour dreams for a better world in which 
to work and live and raise a lamilu 
wishing uou a fine tc 



we are 



tomorrow. 



^rn all op uour endeavors for Solving th 
problems of the present and future, 
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we are 



tomorrow. 



^rn uour reaching out and up lor new ideas, 
new concepts of things to come and things 
that should be, we are 
wishing uou a line tc 



tomorrow. 



L-ordialiu and iincereut 

L. L. IVEY and STA 

S^tudenti J^upplij J^tores 



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BEST 


WISHES 


Pfister 


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'imr.il Works 


RIDGEFIELD, 


NEW JERSERY 


"Pfish 


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Fine Napthals" 



SEMBOWER'S 



2502 Hillsboro Street 



VA 8-5843 



-OFFERING— 



•k A wide selection of books in major sub- 
ject fields and for all ages! 

* Special order service for out-of-stock 
and hard-to-get items! 

* Rental library service! 
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NORTH CAROLINA 




STATE COLLEGE 




PRINT SHOP 




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One to grow on . . . 

Good health it our business. We take a deep 
personal pride in watching the growth ond devel- 
opment of youngsters raised on Pine State's good, 
health-giving milk and dairy foods. We feel 
great satisfaction in the knowledge that we 
contribute to the growth of the community as we 
do to the growth of its citizens. 
We're proud of the fact that we're growing, 
too . . . that more and more families are asking 
for Pine State's pure, delicious milk, ice cream 
and other fine dairy foods. 



North Carolines 
Choice Since 1919 




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STILL WIDE OPEN 

THE GATES OF OPPORTUNITY 

Our American inventors and scientists, backed by our remarkable industrial 
know-how and skills, may seem to have produced today about everything it's possible 
to produce. Those with little faith in our country and its future would have us 
believe so. 

But to American youth the gates of opportunity are wider open than ever 
before. Thousands of new and better ways of doing things, of new products and 
new developments, will be created by those who properly prepare themselves. 

SONOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 
TEXTILE PAPER CARRIERS PAPER SPECIALTIES 

HARTSVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA 



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GASTON COUNTY DYEING MACHINES 




• MODERN 

• AUTOMATIC 

• EFFICIENT 

• VERSATILE 



• RUGGED 

• ECONOMICAL 

• STANDARD OR 
CUSTOM BUILT 



In addition to a complete line of the 
most modern, most efficient dyeing 
machinery. Gaston County will design 
and build complete extracting and dry- 
ing systems of the most modern type. 
Extractors and dryers are built to indi- 
vidual mill requirement. Write for illus- 
trated folder. 




Raw Stock Dyeing Machine 



2 4-Kier Combination Beam and Pack- 
age Dyeing Machines with Tandem 
Hookup 



GASTON COUNTY 

STANLEY, 




DYEING MACHINE CO. 



N. C. U. S. A. 



Gaston Co. Dyeing Ma- 
chine Co. 

Terminal Bldg.. 68 Hud- 
son Street 

Hoboken, N. J., G. Lind- 
ner. Mgr. 



A. R. Breen 

"ii E. Jackson Blvd. 

Chicago, 111. 



The Rudel Machinery Co., 

Ltd. 
614 St. James Street, W., 

Montreal 
260 Fleet St.. E., Toronto 



Albert P. March 
Whitemarsh, Pa. 
Phila. ADams 3-2901 



J. R. Angel 

1104 Mortgage Guarantee 

Bldg. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Bowl For Health And Recreation 

20 Automatic Pinspotter Machines 
AT 

MAN-MUR 
BOWLING CENTER 

Meeting Place For Meredith, St. Mary's, 
And State College Students. 




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Congratulations to the 


State College Seniors 


from 


HUDSON-BELK COMPANY 


Eastern Carolina's Largest Store 


RALEIGH, N. C. 




THE BORDEN COMPANY 

WHITE DAIRY PRODUCTS DIVISION 
Raleigh, N. C. 



HELPING TO BUILD ^ , /# ^ 

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THROUGH: 

* Agricultural Development 

* Community Improvement 

* Industrial Expansion 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY^) 



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Compliments of 



PLAYERS 
RETREAT 



Compliments of 

A. B. CARTER, INCORPORATED 

Operating 

MILL DEVICES COMPANY 

Castonia, North Carolina 

CARTER TRAVELER COMPANY 

Castonia, North Carolina 



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Congratulations to the North Carolina State Seniors 

from 
the Photographers of the 1959 Agromeck 



Waller Studio 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS 
OF 1959 




NORMAN'S 

WHERE CLOTHES FIT BETTER 
NATURALLY 



NORTH CAROLINA 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



INTERNATIONAL 
Construction Equipment 



Raleigh — Greenville — Wilmington 
Greensboro — Charlotte — Asheville 




PEPSI -COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



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FABRICS 



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FASHIO 



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RIEGEL TEXTILE CORPORATION 

260 MADISON AVENUE . N.Y. 16, N.Y. 



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YOU CAN GO DANCING 
SATURDAY NIGHT... 

IF YOU COME IN TODAY 
TO ARTHUR MURRAY'S. 
LEARM THIS ONE MASTER 
STEP AND ALL DANCES 
ARE EASY. 

Over a million people 
have found new popularity 
and confidence thanks to 
Arthur Murray and his 
Magic Step method of 
teaching dancing. Why not 
visit Arthur Murray's today 
and see for yourself how 
quickly you can become an 
assured dancer. 
Come in for a free lesson 
today. 

Studios Air-Conditioned 



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Arthur Murray, Inc. 



ARTHUR MURRAY, DANCE STUDIOS 

2114 Hillsboro St. 

Right across from the college tower 

Phone TE 3-8681 



Woolen and Worsted 
textile machinery 

and 
SUPPLIES and ACCESSORIES 

CARDS — SPINNING FRAMES — FINISHING MACHINERY 

PREPARATORY MACHINERY — WARP DRESSING 

MACHINERY — MACHINERY MODERNIZATION 

CARD CLOTHING — CARNETT WIRE 

NAPPER CLOTHING 
CONDENSER TAPS — RUBB APRONS 

D & F "COORDINATED PRODUCTION" 

The skillful integration of Davis & Furber Machinery, Supplies 
and Accessories with our expert Technical Service and Counsel 
and your mill production requirements and specifications — re- 
sults in a "COORDINATED PRODUCTION" program. 

Davis & Furber "Coordinated Production" — jointly planned with 
the mill — means increased profits for you. Ask how the D & F 
"in-your-mill" Technical Survey can solve your specific prob- 
lems. Write for your copy of the D & F News, to help you with 
your long-range planning. 

Davis & Furber 

MACHINE COMPANY 

Textile Machinery Designers 
And Manufacturers 

NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 



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2100 W. ALLEGHENY AVENUE • PHILADELPHIA 32, PA. 

Other Offices and Plants • Greenville, S.C. • Atlonto, Go. • Greensboro, N.C. • Providence, R.I. 

SOUTHERN SHUTTLES Paris Plant . . . Greenville, S.C. • A Division of STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

STEEL HEDDLE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 

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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 



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