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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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Elaine Clemmons 
Editor 



Tommy Ward 
Business Manager 



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The artist skillfully endeavors to capture the transcendent 
beauty of the sunset, but in his attempt he loses some of the 
richness of color, the exquisiteness of perfection, the intent 
of the Master Artist. The highlights of life as it is lived 
are fleeting. And, so it would be impossible to depict in 
any one book all the highlights of one institution. However, 
the staff has endeavored to capture some of the fleeting 
glimpses of life at Campbell and to compile them into one 
volume. 

The staff, therefore, is happy to present the 1955 Edition 
of Pine Burr in the hope that it will bring pleasure and 
happiness as it is read in years to come. 





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First row, left to right: Ben Fisher, Roy Purser, Henry B. Day. Second row: Charles McErnally, 
R. A. Hedgpeth, H. Spurgeon Boyce, Ira W. Day, Earl Westbrook, Joe R. Overby. Third row: 
Harry D. Wood, George Warren, Mrs. W. K. Rand, Gilmer Cross, Ralph E. Langdon, M. S. 
Hayworth. 

Terms Expiring 1955 

Mrs. J. G. Layton Lillington 

Joe R. Overby Smithfield 

Harry D. Wood Leaksville 

Henry B. Day Raleigh 

J. E. Baker Burlington 

Blanton Hartness Henderson 

Terms Expiring 1956 

Roy Purser Raleigh 

Victor E. Brown Wiliiamston 

Gilmer Cross Goldsboro 

Ira W. Day Raleigh 

Mrs. Hunter Strickland Four Oaks 

Ralph E. Langdon Fayetteville 

Terms Expiring 1957 

A. G. Crumpler Fuquay Springs 

H. Spurgeon Boyce Durham 

J. H. Baggett Fayetteville 

George Warren Wilson 

H. C. Herring Fairmont 

Terms Expiring 1958 

J. Melville Brougiiton, Jr Raleigh 

Ben Fisher Wake Forest 

M. S. Hayworth Rocky Mount 

R. A. Hedgpeth Lumberton 

Mrs. W. K. Rand Durham 

Charles McErnally New Bern 



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To Campbell College Students: 

May we claim a place in your memory for each of the names and faces included in 
this edition of Pine Burr. As the years move swiftly onward, you will be tempted to re- 
new acquaintances. It is then that the magic of these pages will bring to life a crowd of 
laughs and shouts, a spectacle of festive notes and the inevitable stream of hours spent with 
patient teachers. Slowly, there will come a hazy blur of little things ; some sweet, some sad, 
some silly. 

May you live to enjoy again and again the memories of a happy year at Campbell. 

Cordially yours, 

A. R. BURKOT, 

Dean 




DEAN BURKOT CHARACTERISTICALLY AT WORK 



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DUANE W. Am BURN 

Assistant to the President 
in Charge of Public Relations 




LoNME D. Small 
Business Manager 



Mrs. 0. G. Tillman 
Dean of Women 



Robert Lee King 
Dean of Men 





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Dr. Bruce B. Blackmon 
College Physician 

Mrs. Charles M. Billings, III 
Secretary to Business Manager 

Mrs. Velma W. Burkot 
Laundry Manager 



F. M. Caudell 

Manager of College Store 

Hargrove B. Davis 
Assistant Dean of Men 

Mrs. Ethel Eubanks 
Hostess New Dormitory 



Mrs. James L. Faison 
Secretary to Dean 

Jessie Clegg Griffin 
Librarian 

Clyde Hobgood 
Hostess Treat Dormitory 



Mrs. Emma Lee Hopson 
Hostess Day Dormitory 

Mrs. B. W. Jenkins 
Dietitian 

E. Weldon Johnson 
Chaplain 



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Allen E. Jones 
Superintendent Buildings and 
Grounds 

Mrs. E. H. Lasater 
Assistant to the Public Relations 
Manager 

John McCommas 
Farm Manager 



Mrs. Robert H. Morgan 
Assistant to Business Manager 

Ada M. Overby 
Assistant to the Dean 

Mrs. Roy Parker, R.N. 
College Nurse 



Mrs. Jack Ragland 
Assistant Librarian 

Mrs. Dewey Rogers 
College Store Assistant 

Mrs. Charles L. Snipes 
Secretary to Public Relations 
Officer 



Mrs. Anna Spainhour 
Assistant in Dining Hall 

Mrs. Bertie Stewart 
Assistant to Business Manager 

Hazel Stewart 
Assistant Dietitian 



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Mrs. M. B. Matthews, Jr. 

Secretary to the President 




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ART DEPARTMENT 

Myrtle Fuller Tillman, A.B. 





ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Dr. George R. Swamn, Ph.D. 
Mabel Powell, M.A. 
Ora Carr Cansler, A.B. 
Virginia Truitt Swann, M.A. 
Charles M. Billings, III, M.A. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

B. W. Jenkins, M.A. 
James L. Faison, M.A. 
Herman D. Phelps, M.A 
Dorothy Snipes, B.S. 





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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 
Catherine McLean Campbell, M.S. 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

Nell Powell, M.A. 

Martha Elizabeth Edwards, Ph.D. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

A. R. BuRKOT, M.A. 
John V. Myers, M.A. 
Muriel Martin Bagby, M.A. 




MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

S. David Smith, B. Mus. 
Bessie Campbell Lynch, B.M. 
Phyllis Mason Stephenson, B.M. 
Elizabeth Stillwell. B.M. 



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NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

Edna Queener Proffit, M.A. 
Ernest Marshall Walker, M.A. 






SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

G. A. Tripp, M.A. 

John Edward Ayscue, M.A. 

W. Conrad Cass, M.A. 



GUIDANCE DIRECTOR 
Charles J. Howard, M.A. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

Fred McCall, Jr., M.A. 
Hargrove Bellamy Davis, A. A. 

RELIGION DEPARTMENT 

Charles Barrett Howard, B.A. 
Perry Q. Langston, D.R.E. 




MUSIC BUILDING AND INFIRMARY 




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Ruth Haines 
Vice-President 

Honor to thee, dear old Campbell College, 
For the help thou givest in the hour of need; 
When we fare forth in the quest of knowledge, 
Thou dost safely lead. 

Long live Campbell College, 

Dear old Campbell College, 

Radiant with the light divine. 

Loyal we will be to thee forever — 

Guard thy sacred shrine. 




Clementine Turner 
Secretary 



Grant Armstrong 
Treasurer 



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WILLIAM GILBERT ALDRIDGE 
Chapel Hill 
Ministerial Conference. 

"Virtue alone is the unerring sign of a noble 
soul." 

GRANT WESLEY ARMSTRONG 

Wilmington 
Delta Psi Omega; Cheerleader; Fall Play 1, 
Thunderrock; Fall Play 2, Our Town; Oper- 
etta 2, H. M. S. Pinafore. 
"I see no need of ivorrying; It'll happen any- 
way" 

TERRELL JONES BAILEY (Terry) 
Raleigh 
Not too serious, not too gay; 
But a rare good guy in every way. 

WILLIAM GERALD BAILEY (Jerry) 
Raleigh 
Creek Pebbles 1; Secretary of Sunday School 
Class. 

A little nonsense, noiv and then. 
Is relished by the best of men. 

MALISIA CARRIE BARBOUR (Lisa) 

Willow Springs 

Eta Pi 1, 2, President 2; Future Teacher's 

Club 1, 2; Y.W.A. 2; Scrapbook Chairman 1. 

Consider the future. 

THOMAS LEWIS BARNES (Tom) 
Lumberton 
Freshman Class President : Kitchen Klub 
President 1; May Court Attendant 1; B.S.U., 
Summer School. 
A friendly, nice boy to know; 
His personality makes him so. 



LESLIE DAVIS BATTS 

Magnolia 
Dont let it worry you. 



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NORVIA JANETTE BEANE (Janet) 
Ramseur 
B.S.U. Council, Summer School: House Coun- 
cil, Summer School 2; Vice-President of Sun- 
day School Class; B.T.U. Group Leader. 
"Her purpose is as true as steel." 





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EMILY BLANN BETTS (Emilie) 
Fuquay Springs 
Future Teacher's Club. 
Brains over brawn. 

GASTON WORTH BOOTH (Deak) 
Durham 
B.S.U. Council 2; B.T.U. Director 2: Chap- 
eron 2; Future Teachers 2; B.S.U. Council 
Member 1, 2. 

"A mind equal to any understanding that he 
puts it alongside." 

SHIRLEY JEAN BRADY 
Greensboro 
Basketball 1. 2; B.T.U. Officer 1; Social Com- 
mittee 1; Y.W.A. 1; Choir 2. 
Make the best better. 



MONROE CARGYLE BRINSON. JR. 

Rocky Mount 

Pine Burr Staff 2: Radio Broadcasting Club 

2. 

There is no easy way to success. 






REX BROWNING (Bro) 
Plymouth 
Band 1; Intramural Football; Intramural 
Basketball; Intramural Softball. 
/ will find a way or make one. 

PATRICIA ANN BRUCE (Pat) 
Overhills 
Epsilon Pi Eta Honor Society 2; Women's 
House Council 2; B.S.U. 2; Eta Pi 1. 2; 
F.T.A. 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Pine Burr Staff 2; 
Choir 1; Student Volunteers 2; B.T.U. 1; 
Marshal 1, 2, Chief Marshal 1; May Day 
Program 1 ; Morning Watch Director. 
A girl on whose capabilities you can depend. 

YOALDER KATHLEEN BRUNSON (Kitty) 
Durham 

Likable, versatile, popping personality. 

KEN MAYNARD BUNTING 
Robersonville 
President of Volunteer Band. 
"It is a good divine that folloivs his own 
instructions." 




LILLIE MAE BUNTING 
Bethel 

Secretary of Young Adult Training Union. 
On one she smiled and he was blest. . . ." 



ELDRIDGE DEON BUTLER 
Fayetteville 
Ministerial Conference. 
One step at a time, but always fonvard. 



ROBERT FULTON BUTLER, JR. (Bob) 
Clinton 
Business Club. 
A thing speaks for itself. 



J. FRANK CAMPBELL 
Dunn 
Honor Society. 

"They are never alone who are accompanied 
by noble thoughts." 



JULIAN McELREE CAPPS 
Henderson 
Make haste slowly. 



CHARLES TERRY CARSON (Terry) 

Lillington 

'It is better to wear out than to rust out. 



MAURICIO ELIAS CHOCRON (Mike) 
Caracas, Venezuela 
God's gift to all women! 



HOUSTON SHELTON CLARKSON (Doc) 

Roseland. Virginia 
Assistant Secretary of S. S. Class. 
Seriousness of mind is sought by the best. 



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RUTH ELAINE CLEMMONS 

Roseboro 
Beta Mu Kappa 1, 2; Secretary of Honor 
Society 2; Choir 1, 2; Pine Burr Editor 2; 
Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Marshal 1; Business 
Club 1; Secretary of Women's House Coun- 
cil 2. 

"//er very quietness called attention to her 
merits." 

BOBBY LEE COATS (Bob) 
Willow Springs 
Goodness is the only investment that never 
fails. 

MARGARET ALSTON COE (Maggie) 
Durham 
Student Council; Women's House Council; 
Y.W.A. Vice-President; Kitchen Klub Re- 
porter; Prayer Meeting Dormitory President. 
A sweet girl ivho makes a fine preacher's wife. 

FRANCES RUTH COLLINS (Buttercup) 
Hope Mills 
Delta Psi Omega 1, 2; Beta Mu Kappa 1, 2; 
Choir 1, 2; B.S.U. Council 2; Social Com- 
mittee 2; Cast of The Curious Savage; 
H. M. S. Pinafore 2; May Day Program 1. 
"Behold, and when I sing, 
E'en the birds do cease their melody." 

CLARENCE LEE CORBETT (Doc) 
Dunn 

A student, prankster, jokester, ivit; 
Whatever you comment on, "Doc" is it. 

EDWARD HARRISON COTHRAN 
Raleigh 
A friendly smile eases the way. 

RALPH McRAE COTTLE 

Beulaville 
Business Club; Assistant Supervisor of Pear- 
son Dormitory; House Council Member. 
"A willing heart, a helping hand. . . ." 

JANE RAE CRANFORD (Janie) 
Lillington 
Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Vice-President 2. 
"Fine, friendly — in short the best." 




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FRED ROSWELL CULLIPHER 
Merry Hill 
Delta Psi Omega 2; Beta Mu Kappa 2; B.T.U. 
1, 2; House Council. 
Always faithful. 



ALBERT DAUGHTRY (Al) 
Miami, Florida 
Basketball 1, 2. 
He puts his heart into the play. 



ELBURN HUGH DAUGHTRY 
Mt. Olive 
A pleasant smile wins many friends. 



MARY ELIZABETH DEAL 

Lillington 
Y.W.A. 1; B.T.U. 1; Religious Education 2; 
Student Volunteers 1. 
Ever friendly. 



CECILIA YOUNG DENNING (Bumsy) 
Angier 
Industriousness leads to success. 



HARVEY ALLEN ELDRIDGE, JR. (Junnie) 

Dunn 
Creek Pebbles 1, 2, Assistant Editor 1. 
Worry not. 



CLAUDE JERALD ELLEN 

Angier 
Always ready. 



WILLIAM ASTROW ELLIS, JR. (Von) 
Raleigh 
Creek Pebbles 2; l.R.C. Sgt.-at-Arms 2. 
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PETER HUNTER FITE (Pete) 
Miami, Florida 
Little Theatre Vice-President 2. 
Lije is not so short but that there is time for 
food. 

ANN ROSSER FOX (Ann) 
Coats 
Day Student 1, 2. 
Put the best you have in life; 
And the best will come back to you. 

RUBY LOUISE GIBSON (Ruby) 
Marston 
Future Teacher's Club 2; Kitchen Klub 1, 2; 
Y.W.A. 1, 2; Assistant Department Secretary 
for Sunday School; Training Union Officer 
1, 2. 

Ready smile and kind good heart; 
Always ready to do her part. 

SUE JO GLASBY 
Lillington 
Acting Award. 
Wit, like money, bears an extra value. 

JESSE FRANKLIN GLOSSON 
(Samson. Tadpole) 
Moncure 
Dishwasher 2; Paperboy 2. 
He is small in stature. 
His wit and wisdom are contagious. 

CHARLES ROLAND GOSS (Roland) 
Durham 
Baseball; Kitchen Klub; Ministerial Confer- 
ence. 
Here in body if not in mouth. 

ANNIE LOUISE GREESON (Lucy) 
Elon College 
Y.W.A. 1, 2; B.S.U. Council 2; House Coun- 
cil 2; Summer School B.S.U. President. 
Siveet, lovely — and ambitious, loo. 

JOHN JAMES GROFF 
Reidsville 
House Council. 
"Puts his shoulder to the wheel." 




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RUTH HAINES (Cutie) 
Parkton 
Women's House Council 1, 2; Kitchen Klub 
1, 2, Secretary 1 ; Faculty Assistant 1, 2; Choir 
1, 2; Beta Mu Kappa 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2: Epsilon 
Pi Eta 2; B.T.U. 1. 2; Vice-President of 
Sophomore Class 2; I.R.C. 1; B.S.U. Chapel 
Chairman; Summer School B.S.U. Superin- 
tendent; Assistant Editor of Creek Pebbles 1, 
Editor 2: PiNE BuRR Staff 1. 
Work is work and must be done; 
Nevertheless, I have my fun. 

JAMES DONALD HALL (Jim) 

Pocomoke City, Maryland 

"His good humor is a fountain never dry." 

MARY LOU HARRINGTON (Lu) 
Buie's Creek 
Home Ec. 2; Day Student 1, 2; Business 1. 
Always smiling — gracious and friendly. 

HERBERT CLARENCE HARTON (H. C.) 

Raleigh 
Creek Pebbles Staff 1; F.B.L.A.; B.T.U. Offi- 
cer; Assistant Secretary of Sunday School 
Class 1, 2; Intramural Football. 
"Where hearts are true. 

Few words will do." 

WANDA LANE HENRY (Wandy) 
Durham 
President of Women's House Council 2; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Kitchen Klub 1, 2. 
"Here's to the girl ivith a heart and smile." 

OBIE JACKSON HINTON (Jack) 
Middlesex 
Creek Pebbles 2; B.T.U. Officer 1; I.R.C. 1, 2; 
Cheerleader 1; F.B.L.A.; Choir 1, 2: Quartet; 
Intramural Basketball 2; May Day Program 1. 
It's hard for an empty sock to stand upright. 

EMILY KATE HOCKADAY 
Creedmoor 
Summer B.S.U.; B.T.U. Class President. 
"The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's 
tongue. . . ." 

BETTY COREEN HOLLOWAY 
Four Oaks 
Home Ec. Club 1. 2; Program Chairman of 
Future Teachers of America 2; Y.W.A. 2. 
Take it while you have the chance. 




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JOHN MANLEY HORTON 
Raleigh 
Little Theatre 1, 2; Delta Psi Omega 1, 
President 2; International Relations Club 
Golf Team 2. 

A man of distinction. 



GEORGE ALFRED HOTELLING (Alfie) 
Chapel Hill 
Choir; Dramatics. 
Character is higher than intellect; 
A great soul will be strong to live as well as 
to think. 



MARY JOE HOWARD 
Buie's Creek 
Student Council 2; Basketball 1, 2; B.S.U. 
Council; Co-Chapel Chairman; Beta Mii 
Kappa 2; Vice-President of Freshman Class 
1; Honor Society 2. 
Nothing is more terrible than active ignorance. 

FLETCHER C. HUBBARD 
Fayetteville 
Ministerial Conference. 

He should make a success of his chosen pro- 
fession. 



MARILYN ELIZABETH HUGHES 

(Murylynn) 

Oxford 

B.S.U. Council, Music Director 2; House 

Council 2; Beta Mu Kappa, Secretary 1, 2- 

Choir 1, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Student Volunteers 

1, 2; B.T.U. Program Chairman L 

"Conversation is the laboratory and workshop 

of the student." 

JAMES WAYLAND IVEY 
Fairmont 
Intramural Basketball; Intramural Football. 
Quiet dignity fosters deep thoughts. 

JAMES HOWARD JERNIGAN 
Godwin 



JOHN OLIVER JOHNSON 
Jacksonville 




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ROBERT LATHAN JOHNSON (Rev) 
Elizabethtown 
Ministerial Conference 1, 2, Vice-President 1; 
Student Volunteers 1, 2; Vice-President of 
Campbell B.T.U. 1. 
"None but himself can be his parallel." 

JACK MELVIN JONES (Spec) 
Fayetteville 
"Satisfy a few; to please many is bad." 

JAMES ROBERT JONES (Jim Bob) 
Havelock 
President Business Club 1, 2. 
"// you wish to reach the highest, 
Begin at the lowest." 

ROBERT LaVERNE JONES (Shorty) 
Wendell 
Friendship often ends in love. 

LEO GRAHAM KEARNS (Red) 
Troy 
F.B.L.A. 1; Sunday School Officer 1, 2; Intra- 
mural Football; Intramural Basketball. 
Prove all things; hold fast to that which is 



FRED LEE KELLY (Lil Brudder) 
High Point 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Monogram Club 1, 2, 
President 2; Men's House Council 1, 2; 
Sophomore Class President; Choir 1, 2; Fall 
Play 1; Beta Mu Kappa; Intramural Football 
1; Intramural Softball 1, 2. 
"Friendly in manner — full of pep." 

CECILIA THERESA KENNEDY 

Evergreen 
Secretary of B.S.U. 2; Women's House Coun- 
cil 2; Creek Pebbles 2; Home Economics 
Club 2; Choir 1; Vice-President of Sundav 
School 1; Y.W.A. 1; Kitchen Klub 2; B.T.U. 
1, 2. 
School spirit, individuality, quiet. 

FREDERICK RAY KINDER 

Warwick, Virginia 
F.T.A. 1, Historian; Kitchen Klub 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 2; Social Committee 2; President of 
Men's House Council 2; Student Council 2; 

Soccer 2. 

Ambition and self-confidence! 

They signify success. 







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EXUM HENRY KIRBY 
Dunn 
Creek Pebbles 1 ; President of Day Students 2. 
So much to do, so little done. 



NED ALLEN KRAMER 

Martinsville, Virginia 



MAHLON BASSFORD KUNSELMAN (Tex) 

Fayetteville 
"To live in hearts we leave behind. 
Is not to die." 



NORMA JEAN LANCASTER (Bunny) 
Supply 
Freshman Class Secretary; Y.W.A. Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; I.R.C. 1; B.S.U. Council, Co-Sunday 
School Superintendent; Choir; Women's 
House Council; Student Council; Secretary 
and Treasurer of Little Theatre; Halloween 
Queen; Cheerleader 2. 
"Lovely to look at, delightful to know." 



LOUISE HUME LEWIS (Lisa) 
Coral Gables, Fla. 
Cheerleader; Little Theatre. 
Seldom serious, loving jun; 
Look out world, here I come. 



KATHERINE BERNADETTE LIBBUS 

(Kathy) 
New Bern 
Nice, gay and very petite, 
Kalhy is very hard to beat. 



DONALD GRAY LLOYD (P-Sam) 
Massey Hill 
House Council 1; F.T.A. 1; Student Council 2. 
Dignified, reserved, a real scholar. 



RICHARD LEWIS LOGAN (Rich) 

Richmond, Virginia 

Citizenship Award in High School; Delta Psi 

Omega Vice-President 1, 2. 

Life is not so short but that there is always 

time for courtesy. 



ARCHIE CARROLL LONG 

Conway, S. C. 
B.T.U. Officer; LR.C; F.B.L.A.; Intramural 
Football. 

"From this little spark may burst a mighty 
flame." 



DONALD EDWARD LOONEY (Don) 
Westfield, N. J. 
Take life as it comes, 
Always aiming at the best. 



JACK DONALD MAREADY (Jack) 
Jacksonville 
Pine Burr Staff 2; B.T.U. 2; Group Leader 
of Sunday School Class 2; I.R.C. 2; Men's 
House Council 2. 
"Quietness is an indication of ability to think." 




LATTICE CARR MAYNARD, JR. (L. C.l 

Dunn 
Speech is silver, silence is gold. 



ROBERT LEE McCOLL (Preacher) 
Raeford 
Choir 1. 2: Men's House Council 2; B.S.U. 
Council 2; Kitchen Klub 2; Sunday School 
Superintendent; Ministerial Conference 1, 2. 
Procrastination is the thief of time. 



JOHNNY STEWART McLAMB 
Lillington 
"Everything comes to him who waits — why 
hurry?" 



ALLAN STODDART MEADE 
Hatboro, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM OTTIS MOORE (Red) 
Rocky Mount 
Student Council 1; B.S.U. Council 2: B.T.U. 
2; Men's House Council 2; Kitchen Klub 2; 
Choir 1, 2; Sunday School Class Vice-Presi- 
dent: Ministerial Conference. 
Thus great things from small things some- 
times come. 





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FRANCES MEIGGS MORRIS 

Maple 
A friend to all she meets. 

HILDA MARIE MORRIS 
Zebulon 
Choir 1, 2; F.T.A. 2; Women's House Coun- 
cil 2; Pine Burr Staff 2, Associate Editor; 
Y.W.A. 1, 2; Beta Mu Kappa. 
"It's nice to be natural; 
Ij you re naturally nice." 

SHIRLEY ELAINE MORTON (Butch) 
Jacksonville 
Pine Burr Staff 1, 2; Vice-President of B.S.U. 
Council 2: B.T.U., President 1; Women's 
House Council 2; Choir 2; Kitchen Klub 1, 2; 
Newspaper Staff 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Social Com- 
mittee 2; Religious Education Club 2. 
Petite brunette who has a way with people. 

BAXTER NORTON 
Laurel Hill 
Strive to finish a task. 

JAMES HESTER NUNNERY (Jim) 
Fayetteville 
F.T.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 2; PiNE BuRR Staff 2; 
Sunday School Officer 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 
Co-Chief 2; May Day Program 1. 
"The active man is the happy man." 

MILDRED CAROLYN O'KELLY (Big Sis) 

Spring Lake 
Block "C" 1. 2: Basketball 1, 2; B.S.U. Coun- 
cil 1; Sunday School Co-Director 1; Sunday 
School Department Secretary 2; Training 
Union Officer 1, 2; F.T.A. Vice-President and 
Publicity Chairman 2; I.R.C. 1; Little Theatre 
2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 
// you cant be the sun, be a star. 

CARLYLE HART PAGE (Toni) 
Fuquay Springs 
Kitchen Klub 1, 2; Beta Mu Kappa 1, 2, 
President 2; Choir 1, 2. 

Easy going, fun-loving, a keen appreciation 
of lighter side of life. 

DORIS DEAN PARNELL (Dot) 
Durham 
B.S.U. Council 2; Women's House Council 2; 
Kitchen Klub 1, 2. 
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WILLIAM HERMAN PARRISH, JR. 
Lillington 



WILLIAM URBAN PARTINGTON 

Vass 
Onward and upward. 



ERNEST WAYNE FOE 
Durham 

Interesting personality who really gets around. 



BILLY RAY POPE (Pope) 
Angier 
It's the little things that bother. 



HARVEY DOUGLAS PRICE 
Nichols, S. C. 



CLAUDE EXCELL RAIFORD 
Erwin 



PHILIP BALLARD RAIFORD 
Erwin 
Basketball 2. 



ELMER GRANT RENEGAR, JR. (Grant) 

Southern Pines 

President of Student Council 2; Kitchen Klub 

1; B.T.U. 1, 2; President of Sunday School 

Class 1. 

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DONALD ERIC RIGGSBEE 
Carrboro 
Do and hope. 

BILLY B. ROBERSON (Billy) 
Dunn 
It can be done. 



DANNY LEE ROBERTS (Danni) 

Siler City 

Basketball 1. 2, Co-Captain 2; Baseball 1, 2; 

Monogram Club 1. 2. Vice-President 2; 

F.T.A. L 



BOBBY MORRIS ROGERS 
Durham 



ELBA JEANETTE ROUSE (Elba) 
Kinston 
President of B.S.U. 2; Y.W.A. Program 
Chairman 1; B.T.U. Program Chairman 1; 
Beta Mu Kappa 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; President 
of Sunday School Class 1 ; Student Volunteers 
1, 2; Kitchen Klub 1, 2; Junior College Rep- 
resentative on State B.S.U. Council 2. 
"The world is a wheel; 
And it will all come 'round risht." 



JOSEPH JEFFERSON SAWYER, JR. (Joe) 

Durham 
Business Club L 

Joe is the quiet type, but who would not like 
to have a nice quiet executive some day? 



BOBBY VAN SEAGROVES (Preacher) 
Durham 
Summer B.S.U. Council; President Sunday 
School Class: Dining Hall Social Chairman; 
Vice-President of Training Union Class; Sum- 
mer Men's House Council. 
''True Christianity depends on fact; 
Religion is not theory, but an act." 



BILLY ALTON SMALL (Crazylegs) 
Fair Bluff 
Monogram Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Intra- 
mural Football; Intramural Basketball; Intra- 
mural Baseball; F.B.L.A. 2; Soccer 2. 
Choose your love, and love your choice. 




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DAVIE JOHN SMITH, JR. 
Goldsboro 
T/ie smile that lasts." 



ALICE MAVOREEN SNEAD (Sam) 
Four Oaks 
B.S.U. Council, Third Vice-President 2; House 
Council 2; Business Club 1; Kitchen Klub 1, 
2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Sunday School Officer 1, 2. 
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder." 



ELLEN MAE SPARROW 
Chapel Hill 
F.T.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 1; Y.W.A. 1; B.T.U 
Officer L 

"Give me true friends and music; 
And life will be a pleasure." 



RONALD RAY SPRUILL (Hopsy) 
Creswell 
F.T.A. 1. 

Determined to reach his goal of serving hin. 
self and others. 



JOYCE ELIZABETH STEWART 
Broadway 
Basketball I. 2; F.T.A. 1; Art Club L 
"From all reports, she's the best of sports.' 



BOBBIE SUE STOGNER (Bobbie) 
New Bern 
Choir 1; May Court Attendant 1; F.B.L.A. 1; 
Y.W.A. 1, 2; B.T.U. 1, 2. 
"None knew her but to love her. 
Nor named her but to praise." 



CHARLIE WILLIAM SURLES, JR. (Dick) 

Dunn 
A sure way to miss success is to miss oppor- 
tunity. 



LEE WHITFIELD TART 
Dunn 
"Never trouble trouble, 
Till trouble troubles you." 




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GLENN DOYLE TERRELL (Pete) 
Durham 
Pine Burr StafF 1. 2: Future Teacher's Club 
L 2; LR.C. L 
Work, wait, win. 

JOHN McLELLAN TEW (Hollywood) 
Linden 
Intramural Basketball L 2; Intramural Foot- 
ball 1. 2; Intramural Softball 1, 2; Choir 1; 
Delta Psi Omega L 
His devotion to purpose will enable him to 

become a successful doctor. 

EDWARD ZORA THOMAS (Eddie) 
Kirkuk, Iraq 
Soccer 2; Sunday School Class Treasurer 2. 
He has won the hearts of all. 

ELEANOR RUTH TI DWELL 
Greensboro 
Basketball 1; Manager 2; Y.W.A. 1: B.T.U. 
Officer 1. 

A sorrow shared is but half a trouble. 
But a joy that is shared is made double. 

WILLIE BURT TILLMAN (Billie) 
Durham 
Choir L 2; H. M. S. Pinafore 2. 
"As full of spirit as the month of May." 

MAURICE SANDERS TOLER 
Princeton 
I.R.C. 1; F.B.L.A. 2; Intramural Football 1, 
2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 
"Destined to go far." 

FRED HILTON TUNNELL 

Nashville 
Ministerial Conference 1, 2. 
Judge not the preacher. 
For he is our judge. 

MARGARET TALLEY TURLINGTON 
(Peggy) 

Erwin 
"Smile and the world smiles with you." 



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CLEMENTINE TURNER (Clem) 
Fairmont 
Vice-President of Women's House Council 2; 
Sophomore Class Secretary; F.B.L.A. Secre- 
tary 1; Sunday School Class Secretary 2: 
Y.W.A. 1; Pike'Burr Staff 2; Choir 1; B.T.U. 
Officer 2; May Day Program 1. 
Smart, capable and very kind. 
Sincere and quiet, you'll find. 

WORTH BENTON UTLEY (UT) 
Dunn 
"Happy I am, from care I am free! 
Why aren't they all contented like me?" 

ELIZABETH STRAUDIA VINSON 

(Sniffles) 

Roseboro 
Choir 1; Home Ec. Club 1. 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; 
Business Club 1, 2: Secretary of Home Ec. 
Club 2; Student Volunteers 1; May Day 
Program 1. 

It's better to be small and shine, 
Than large and cast a shadow. 

PATSY ANN WALTERS (Pat) 
Fuquay Springs 
Basketball 1, 2; Art Club 1; Y.W.A. 1; 
F.T.A. L 

Life is not measured by the time ive live, but 
how, 

THOMAS SAMUEL WARD, JR. (Tommy) 

Hampton, Virginia 
President of Sunday School Class; Secretary 
and Treasurer of Men's House Council; Busi- 
ness Manager of Pine Burr Staff 2. 
A lot of education is mighty fine; 
Especially in this day and time. 

WILLIAM EVERETTE WATSON (Bill) 
Sanford 
Campbell Little Theatre. 
We build the ladder by which we climb. 

JULIA WELLS 
Fuquay Springs 

LAWRENCE LANIER WILLIAMS (Lou) 
Zebulon 
Creek Pebbles 2; Pi.\e Burr Staff 2; Kitchen 
Klub 1, 2; Intramural Football 1. 
A ivise man loses nothing; 
If he saves himself. 





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MORRIS D. WILLIAMS 
Buie's Creek 
The rolling stone gathers no moss. 

LAWRENCE ALLAN WILSON 
Rocky Point 

MARY SCARBOROUGH WINSTON (Bugg) 

Wendell 
Home Ec. Club 1; Choir 1; F.T.A. 2; Y.W.A. 
"To ivorry little, to study less, 
This is my secret of happiness." 

JAMES EDWARD WOMBLE 
Rocky Mount 
"Countenance is an index to the soul." 

JAMES R. WOMBLE (Jimmie) 
Rocky Mount 
Cheerleader 2; Treasurer of F.B.L.A. 2. 
"Precious gems come in small packages." 

BOBBY KELLY WOOD 
Durham 
Be strong, look up, and just ignore the bridge 
you'll never cross. 

BETTY JEAN WRIGHT (Betty) 
Pittsboro 
"Gentle in speech, beneficent of mind." 

LINDA LOU YORK 

Staley 
B.S.U. 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2, President 2; Women's 
House Council 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; Home Ec. Club 
1: Choir 1. 

"True merit is like a river; 
The deeper it is, the less noise it makes." 

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Joseph Walter Best 
Dallis Erwin Brewer 
Marion Aubrey Cowell, Jr. 
Hubert Allen Godwin 
James Lee Jordan 
James Graham Talley 



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Lillington 



Charles Lee Boggs 
Hillsboro 



Cecil S. Snipes Barbara Jean StockstUl 

Marion, S. C. Raleigh 



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President 



A. R. Teachey 
V ice-President 



Bright the days we've spent within thy portals, 
Fitting hand and heart for deeds of high renown; 
Hence we'll go to win the fairest laurels 
For thy regal crown. 

Long live Campbell College, 
Dear old Campbell College, 
Radiant with the light divine. 
Loyal we will be to thee forever — - 
Guard thy sacred shrine. 




Jean Osborne 
Secretary 



Carol Jordan 
Treasurer 




Top row, left to right: 

Edward Liddell Adams, Jr. 
Fayetteville 



Julian Frederick Adams, Jr. 



Raleigh 



Tommy Bloyce Alford 
Marion, South Carolina 



Middle row: 

Billy Francis Anderson 
Conway, South Carolina 



Graham M. Anderson 
Raleigh 



Robert Knox Andrews, Jr. 
Lumberton 



Bottom row: 

James Herman Austin 
Lumberton 

Eunice Grace Autry 
Stedman 

Carl Julius Balchmann 
Pittsboro 



Eddie A. Baroody 
Smithfield 



Peggy Nash Ammons 
Lumberton 



Sue Hill Andrews 
Chalybeate Springs 



Georgia Lee Barwick 
Seven Springs 



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Top row, lejt to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Vann Jackson Bass 


Culaye Holmes Beasley 


Henry Hamilton Black 


Middlesex 


Dunn 


St. Petersburg, Florida 


Martha Gwendolyn Bates 


Bobby Gene Benton 


Dorothy Mae Blackmop 


Weldon 


Fremont 


Four Oaks 


Cecil Grant Baxley 


Ray Dallas Berkley 


Robert Earl Blalock 


Fairmont 


Hampton, Virginia 


Raleigh 


David Roma Baxley 


Ted Lee Bissette 


Davis Timothy Bland, Jr 


Laurinburg 
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Spring Hope 


Magnolia 


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Top row, left to right: 

Ruth Ann Bordeaux 
Fayetteville 



Horace C. Bosenian 
Roanoke Rapids 



Mary Jacquelyn Boyette 
Warsaw 



M id die row: 

Ronald David Bridges 
Sanford 



Helen Marie Brogden 
Durham 



Martin Alan Brown 
Rose Hill 



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John Randall Buie 
Raleigh 



Billy Reeves Bullard 
Garland 



Elton Vann Bullard, Jr. 
Fayetteville 



Edwin Allen Brantley 
Spring Hope 



Eugenia Caroline Brummitt 
Oxford 



James Ervin Bullard 
Lumberton 



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Top row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom roiv: 


Franklin Hugh Burney 


Yvonne Ruth Causey 


Tommy Jefferson Clayton 


White Oak 


Nichols, S. C. 


Winston-Salem 


Carl Franklin Byrd 


Frank Willard Chance 


James Ralph Cole 


Dunn 


Buie's Creek 


Cullowhee 


Hetlie Jean Byrd 


Lottie Hill Chance 


Roy Lloyd Coleman 


Coats 


Buie's Creek 


Erwin 


Charles Lee Campbell 


Wayne Conway Clarkson 


Eddie Wood Collins 


(!larkton 
1 


Tye River. Virginia 


Angier 


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Top row. lejt to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom roiv: 


William Raymond Collins 


Benjamin Erwin Danner 


William Burt Dechent 


Whiteville 


Piney River, Virginia 


Buie's Creek 


Donald Page Cooper 


Ernest Lee Davis 


Kenneth Preston Devenny 


Union Mills 


Jacksonville 


Rutherfordton 


William Broughton Corbett 


Nancy Joyce Davis 


Alvin Mack Dixon 


Dunn 


Franklinville 


Roxboro 


Willis McDonald Crawford 


William Lacy Davis, Jr. 


Cleveland Wavely Driver 


Greenville 


Gresham, South Carolina 


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Top roiv, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom roiv: 


Barbara Ann DuPree 


Boyd McKinley Ellington 


Emmett Bobbitt Faulk 


Angier 


Carrboro 


Greensboro 


Gilbert LeRoy Elderbaum, Jr. 


Fred Robert Ennis 


Charlotte Jean Ferrell 


Erwin 


Coats 


Coats 


Hortense Bass Eldridge 


Nola Corine Estes 


Leslie Lynwood Finch 


Dunn 


Morrisville 


Angier 


Harold T. Ellen 


Lawrence Odell Faircloth 


Samuel Gray Fitzgerald ■: 


Angier 


Dunn 


Troy 1 


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Top TOiv, left to right: 

Betty Marlene Flynn 
Reidsville 



Glenda Lee Folds 
Walkertown 



William Franklin Folds 
Walkertown 



Middle roiv: 

Mary Esther Futreal 
Chinquapin 



Herbert Henry Gaines 
Bonlee 



Roger Marvin Gamer 
Franklinton 




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Bottom row: 

Gerald Glen Gaskins 
Greenville 



Ira Willie Gentry 
Oxford 



Richard Carl Ginn 
Mount Olive 



Bartel Frauendorfer 
Garner 



Leslie Julian Garrett 
Fayettevilie 



Bobby Wade Glover 
Apex 



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Top row, left to right: 


Middle roiv: 


Boltom row: 


Fleming Guy Glover 
Dunn 


Doris M. Gregory 
Coats 


Will Johnson Gupton, Jr. 
Rocky Mount 


Peggy Goldie Godwin 
Dunn 


Dwight Carl Gregory 
Erwin 


Boyce Reid Haigler 

Pageland, South Carolina 


D. G. Gomedella, Jr. 
Erwin 


Bennie Lee Griffin 
Middlesex 


George W. HaU 
Fayetteville 


Bonnie Faye Grainger 

Tabor City 
1 


Herman Curtis Gunter 
Fuquay Springs 


Jesse William Hall 
Kenansville 


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Top row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Treva Hall 
Autryville 


Ernest Howard Heam 
Carrboro 


Gloria Anne Herring 
Aulander 


Rebecca Jane Hammer 
High Point 


Dixie Lee Hedgepeth 
Bminlevel 


Peggy Susan Herring 
WaUace 


Marion Douglas Hargrove 
Snow Camp 


Robert Duncan Hedgepeth 
Rowland 


Bennie Ray Hockaday 
Angier 


Harry Randolph Haskins 
Halifax 


Helen Eleanor Helms 
Durham 


Lessie Lina Hockaday 
Creedmoor 



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Top roiv, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Charles Franklin Hodges 


Steve Hora 


Maxine Ann Jackson 


Garner 


Fayetteville 


Wade 


George Clifton Hodges 


Jerry Felton Howard 


Mildred Louise Jackson 


Garner 


Fuquay Springs 


Erwin 


George Robert Hodges 


Douglas Russell Hunt 


Ruth Allene Jernigan 


Dunn 


Rocky Mount 


Durham 


Charles Dowtin Hollingsworth 


Cedric Henry Ingram 


John Delano Johnson 


Spring Hope 


Goldsboro 


Zebulon 


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Top row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Judith Ray Johnson 
Chalybeate Springs 


William Miller Johnstone 
Arlington, Virginia 


Betty Anne Julian 
Erwin 


June Celia Johnson 
LiUington 


Carroll Dean Jones 
Neuse 


Marian Andre Kalmar 
Faison 


Thomas M. Johnson 
Erwin 


Gerald Jones 
Raleigh 


John Larone Kendall 
Clinton 


William Carl Johnson 
Erwin 


Carolyn Ann Jordan 
Smithfield 


Sara Frances Kennedy 
Beulavillp 



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Top row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom roiv: 


Garnett Monroe Kent 


Peggy Anne Lilley 


Archie Rudolph Marlowe 


Gary 


Oak City 


Whiteville 


Hervey Harrison Kornegay 


Gharles Alden Livick 


Charles G. Marr, Jr. 


Mount Olive 


Kinston 


Hampton, Virginia 


Doris Annette Lancaster 


Coy Edward Long 


Donald Wray Marshall 


Goldsboro 


Hallsboro 


Elkin 


Glarence Vernon Leggett, Jr. 


David Joe Maready 


Doris Jean Mason 


Fairmont 


Jacksonville 


Lillington 


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Top row, lefl lo right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Donald Graham Matthews 


Vara Matthews 


Harold Dixon McLamb 


Godwin 


Smithfield 


Newton Grove 


Joseph Daniel Matthews 


Peggy Ruth Maxwell 


Kenneth Arlon McLaurin 


Gary 


Wauchula. Florida 


Fayetteville 


Prescott Wadesworth Matthews 


John Raoul Maynard 


Vernon Lee McLean 


Lillington 


Gary 


Lumberton 



Richard Arnold Matthews Richard Groover McGranahan John McLeod 

Durham Durham Broadway 



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Top row, left to 


right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Nancy Catherine 


Mills 


Janie Mae Moore 


Elizabeth Ann Murphy 


Apex 




Raleigh 


Stantonsburg 


Arminta Minshew 




Lura Dean Morgan 


Samuel Clyde Murphy 


Eureka 




Fairmont 


Henderson 


Juanita Minshew 




Earl Travis Morris 


Lavinia Ellen Murray 


Eureka 




Coinjock 


Middlesex 


Oswaldo I. Montalvo 


Charles Graham Mailer 


Rachel Musselwhite 


Havana, Cuba 




Dunn 


Lumberton 



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Top roi<', /e// to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Erma Delorece Neal 
Goldsboro 


Frances Jean Osborne 
Durham 


Joseph Alfred Parker, Jr. 
Benson 


Patsy H. Nobles 
Chadbourn 


Kenneth Ray Padgett 
Jacksonville 


Thomas Ervin Parker 
Four Oaks 


Ernest Landon Norris 
Dunn 


Ronald Eden Page 
Buie's Creek 


Phil King Partin 
Raleigh 


Lacy Wellington Nunnery, Jr. 
Fayetteville 


Charles Thomas Parker 
Dunn 


Angus R. Pate 
Hope Mills 





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Top row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom roiv: 


Coor Ditcher Pate 


Edna Delores Pope 


Sylvia Lynne Ratliff 


Mount Olive 


Clinton 


Morven 


Betty Patterson 


Allen W. Powell 


Betty Jo Ray 


Lillington 


Rowland 


Swepsonville 


Charles Ray PhilHps 


Thomas Angus Powers 


John J. Reaves 


Gary 


Saint Pauls 


Nixonville, South Carolina 


Ann Elizabeth Pleasants 


Jack Randolph Ragland 


Edwin Travis Ross 


Angier 


Buie's Creek 


Buie's Creek 



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Top TOW, left to right: 

Jerry T. Salmon 
Raleigh 



Dorothy Louise Sasser 
Raleigh 



Bobby Earl Sauls 
Angier 



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Middle row: 

Jerry Clark Sears 
Fuquay Springs 



Henry Alexander Sellers 
Whiteville 



Lowell Maxton Sessoms 
Erwin 










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A. F. Shaw 
Beulaville 



Archie Ward Shaw 
Evergreen 



Terry Alan Shaw 
Evergreen 



Rudolph Francis Schroeder 
Ozone Park, New York 



Leah Kathryn Sexton 
Raleigh 



Milton Bruce Shelley 
MuUins, South Carolina 



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To^ row, left to right: 


Middle row: 


Bottom row: 


Charles Aziz Sidawi 


Ellen Jane Smith 


Robert Earl Smith 


Buie's Creek 


Goldsboro 


Angier 


Barney Edward Singleton, Jr. 


Gerald Ray Smith 


Rupert Worren Smith, Jr. 


Washington 


Dunn 


MuUins, South Carolina 


Gary Freeman Singleton 


Lena Faye Smith 


William Ben Smith 


Raleigh 


Fuquay Springs 


Farmington 


Mattie Jean Slaughter 


Lonnie Sherwood Smith 


Josephine Louise Spencer 


Blanch 


Angier 


Bayboro 



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Top row, left to right: 

Helen Louise Stafiord 
Buie's Creek 



Middle roiv: 

Lewis William Strickland, Jr. 
Dunn 




Bottom row: 

Harvey L. Sutton 
Mount Olive 



Jarnian Edison Stallings 
Nashville 



Bright Ivey Stroud 
Kinston 



^Vellington Patton Sutton. Jr. 
Lillington 



Charles Herman Stewart 
Lillington 



Bobby Ray Stuart 
Angier 



James Harrill Tate 
Clinton 



Graham Hinton Stokes 
Cary 



Rita Kathryn Surles 
Angier 



Julia Marie Taylor 



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Top row, left to right: 


Middle TOiv: 


Bottom row: 


Peggy Anne Taylor 
Seaboard 


Julian Durwood Thomas 
Varina 


Adam J. Thompson 
Smithfield 


Adron Roy Teachey 
Buie's Creek 


Ruth Thomas 
Broadway 


Adoniram Judson Todd, Jr 
Nixonville, S. C. 


Lyda Grace Teachey 
Buie's Creek 


Samuel Francis Thomas 
Red Springs 


Harold Rivers Truluck 
Coward, South Carolina 


Martha E. Temple 
Zebulon 


Sara Frances Thomas 
Dunn 


Barbara Clare Turner 
Wallace 



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Top row, left to right: 

Wilbur Edwards Turner 
Fairmont 



Terry Thomas Tutor 
Fuquay Springs 



Lola Frances Twigg 
Smithfield 



Middle row: 

Charles Edward Upchurch 
Four Oaks 



Mary Jane Vaughn 
Bel Air, Maryland 



Milton M. Veazey 
Raleigh 



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Kermit J. Vinson 
Smithfield 



Glean Rogers Wade 
Erwin 



Alma Larraine Wallace 
Franklinville 



Robert Cooper Unversaw 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 



Robert Louis Vernon 
Riverside, New Jersey 



Gloria Anne Webb 



Stantonsburg 



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Top row, left to right: 


Middle roiv: 


Bottom row: 


William Howell Weeks 


George Douglas Williamson 


Fred Lewis Woodfin 


Enfield 


Fair Bluff 


Laurinburg 
Marian Faye Worrell 


Jeffress Allan Wells 


Harold R. Wilson 


Whiteville 


Fuquay Springs 


Dunn 


Ada Mae Wrenn 
Zebulon 


Vance Booth Whitfield 


Thomas Hampton Winfree 




Danville, Virginia 


Fayetteville 


Moonyeen Rebecca Wright 
Kernersville 


Frances Ann Williams 


Gene Edward Wolfe 


Marilyn Yarley 


Durham 


Mount Olive 


Coats 


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Top row, left to right: 

Bryon Roberts Yates 
Chapel Hill 

Theodore Youkhanna 
Kirkuk, Iraq 

Janice Myrtle Young 
Angier 

Sybil Rose Young 
Godwin 



Middle row: 

Wilda Mae Young 
Angier 

Joseph Franklin Jurney 
Elkin 

Lewis Edward Moore 
Roanoke Rapids 

Ramon Manuel Mosquera 
Raleigh 



Bottom roxv: 

Lois Faye Pearce 
Manteo 

Antonio Aravio Pinto 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Robert Curtis Simmons 
Whiteville 

William Kent Sturdivant, Jr. 
North Wilkesboro 

Betty Rose Taylor 
Henderson 



Not Pictured: Ellis Ray Black, James Leonard Dees, Cecil C. Edwards, Richard 
Aubrey Fry, Mickey Cochran Giles, Jack Brown Lyles, Hartford Jeffery Melvin, 
Jennings Bryan Rhodes, Jr., Gordon Lee Sholar, Leon Allen Smith, Gene Russell 
Stewart, Billy Aaron Thornton, James Allen Walker, Max Gardner Yow. 



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Vivian Faye Aman, Dunn 



Gregory Krikor Barahhimian, Bagdad, 
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William Walker Bellamy. Wilmington 



Samuel Paul Bryant, Raleigh 
Shirley Grey Byrd, Lillington 
Ina Evelyn Cole, Kinston 



Hubert Buel Creason, Siler City 
Bobby Stuart Day, Angier 
Larry Donald Dickens, Raleigh 



Beulah Mae Dickerson, Oxford 
Tommie Joe Dorsey, Kingston, Arkansas 
Patricia Lane Hood, Dunn 



Ralph March Jamison, Greensboro 
William McKay Johnston, Lillington 
Franklin Vance Kennedy, Kinston 

Patricia Ann Kimball, Wilmington 
Billy Norris KittreU, Oxford 
Betty Jo Lowe, Durham 
Boyd Columbus Miller, Salisbury 




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Kenneth Edwin Mimms, Lumberton 
George Edward Newton, Lillington 
James Pierce Norman, Jr., Greensboro 



Nelson Terry Parrish, Durham 
Leon Max Powell, Erwin 
Louise T. Powell, Lillington 



Walter Glenn Rambeaut, Apex 
Etheridge Merrell Rhiner, Coats 
Jim Blaine Rock, Chillum, Maryland 



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Walter Earl ShotweU, Roxboro 
Clyde Thaxton Smith, Jr., Raleigh 
Eugene Crosby Smith, Dunn 

Maris Nareen Smith, Norfolk, Virginia 
Mary Meta Stallings, Dillon, S. C. 

Ronald Theodore Spivey, Columbia 
S. C. 

Jerry Doyle Stewart, Goldsboro 



Patrick Lee Stilwell, Princeton, Calif. 

Donald Ray TiUman, Durham 

Billy Ray West, Erwin 

Billy Scarboro White, Wendell 

Not Pictured: 

Nicholas Samuel Glanopulos 
John Glenn Herbert 
George Timothy Howell 
Nancy Gail Shreve 
Russell Vernon Wilson 



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Donald Watson Belts, Fuquay Springs 

Carlos Betancourt Boan, Cienfuegas, 
Cuba 

Leon Brisson, Jr., Lumberton 



Victor Emanuel Brown, Williamston 

Thomas Lee Capps, Clayton 

Charles William Cavenaugh, Jacksonville 



Sandra Jean Chandler, Bunnlevel 
Donald Paul Cooper, Buie's Creek 
Bervin Henry Ferguson, Louisburg 



David Gray, Fuquay Springs 
Onnis Hugh Harrison, Jr., Buie's Creek 
Junnie Cleveland Jones, Buie's Creek 
Daniel Hiram King, Wallace 

Ertle James Lawson, Lumberton 
Ervin Randolph Millwood, Four Oaks 
Cyrus Franklin Parker, Jacksonville 
Alfred Bonner Roberson, New Bern 

Betty Earle Scott, Jacksonville 
Leo Burt Stroup, Cary 
Joseph Edward Thomas, New Bern 
Harold Leon Younts, Thomasville 

Not Pictured: 

Don Lucian Bishop 

Bela Roy Huie 

Walter Parrish Sinclair 




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We will hold thy name and honor stainless 
In the van of battle, through the fiery fray; 
Wrong shall not besmirch thy banner waneless 
Till time's latest day. 

Long live Campbell College, 
Dear old Campbell College, 
Radiant with the light divine. 
Loyal we will be to thee forever — 
Guard thy sacred shrine. 



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Elaine Clemmons 
Editor 

Tommy Ward 
Business Manager 

Hilda Morris 
Assistant Editor 

Shirley Morton 
Assistant Editor 




THE STAFF 

Milton Veazey 
Sports Editor 



Patricia Bruce 
Snapshot Editor 



Lanier Williams 
Assistant Sports Editor 



Franklin Glosson 
Art Editor 



Clementine Turner 
Feature Editor 



Glenn Terrell 

Circulation Manager 

Jim Nunnery 
issistant Circulation Manager 

Boyd Ellington 
Advertising Manager 

Jack Maready 
Advertising 

Lewis Strickland 
Advertising 

Pat Sutton 
Advertising 

Monroe C. Brinson 
Assistant to Snapshot Editor 

Frances Williams 
Assistant to Snapshot Editor 

Lessie Hockaday 
Typist 

Jean Osborne 
Typist 

Marie Brocden 
Typist 





me XXIX 



Campbell College, Buies Creek, N. C, Friday, January 14, 1955 



omecoming-Founders Day Is Set For Tomorro 



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be placed in the Book Store byjat 8:00. Otir girl's team w: 

using known envelopes placed on j the team from Worth's ] 

"d has onejti,^ bulletin board. Pictures will j College in Fayetteville. Dui 

one week from date of ! half of the boy's game, the 

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The ultimate aim of the Baptist Student Union 
is to enlist every student of this institution in the 
religious activity or activities which he needs for 
his highest Christian development and spiritual 
growth. There are twenty unit organizations. 
These unit organizations compose the Executive 
Council. The Council strives to bring the stu- 
dents to a point of understanding of God. through 
Jesus Christ, as the only recognized impulse for 
creative campus living. 

In addition to the Executive Council, a Greater 
Council is also functioning. The purposes of the 
Greater Council are : { 1 ) the development of 
leaders to assume future responsibilities, and 
(2) to be of assistance to the Executive Council. 




Miss CaiNsler 
Adviser 



Elba Rouse 
President 



Greeson, Snead, Morton, Tate, Collins, Kennedy, Howard, Parnell, Haines, Lancaster, McCoU, York, Bruce, Andrews, 
Hughes, Moore, Booth, Bunting. 





StucCcKt ^accKcii 



Elmer Renegar 
President 



James Tate 
Vice-President 



Mary Joe Howard 
Secretary and Treasurer 



The Student Council of necessity accepts a great deal of responsibility in attempting to promote 
good citizenship and to develop school loyalty, to sponsor programs that make for a better college, and 
to try to make adjustments for those who have violated the accepted standards of conduct. We are 
trying our best, and we ask for the co-operation of all. 



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ADVISERS 
Mrs. Hopson 
Mrs. Tillman 
Mrs. Eubanks 
Miss Hobgood 




TVamcK^ ^ou^e (^u^cci 



Wanda Henry 

President 



OFFICERS 



Elaine Clemmons 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Clementine Turner 
Vice-President 



York. Morris, Lancaster, Parnell, Bruce, Kennedy, Hughes. Haines, Greeson, Henry, Turner, Clemmons, Morton. 




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OFFICERS 




lAY Kinder 




Fred Kelly 


PTesident 


Thomas Ward 
Secretary-Treasurer 

PURPOSE 


Vice-President 



The function of the Men's House Council is to guide and to lead the men of the campus. It works 
for the general welfare of all dormitory men and for the welfare of the school. 



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Elaine Clemmons, Frank Campbell, Mary Joe Howard, Patricia Bruce, Ruth Haines, Wanda Henry. Miss Campbell, 
Faculty Adviser. 



Sfr^cio^ ^i Sta 



Patricia Bruce 
President 

Elaine Clemmons 
Secretary 



HONOR SOCIETY 




Frank Campbell 
Vice-President 

Mary Joe Howard 
Treasurer 



Epsilon Pi Eta, honor society, was organized in the fall of 1928, for the express purpose of pro- 
moting character, leadership, and scholarship. Membership in the society is gained by the nomination of 
at least twenty-five per cent of both the faculty and members of the society, in addition to attaining 
a fixed scholarship record for at least one year. Since its organization, twenty-seven years ago, ap- 
proximately 400 members have been accepted. 

Usually the society furnishes marshals for the various programs given at Campbell College. 




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Carlyle Page 
President 

Norma Lancaster 
Vice-President 

Marilyn Hughes 
Secretary 

Knox Andrews 
Treasurer 




Clemmons, Andrews, Page, Lancaster, Hughes, Causey, Haines, Rouse, CoOins, Hinton, Morris, 
Cullipher, Logan. 



Jordan, Kalmar, Corbette, Campbell, Johnstone, Adams, Maready. 




S. David Smith 
Music Faculty Adviser 





OFFICERS 

Frank Chance President 

A. R. Teachey Vice-President 

Ernest Davis Secretary 

Terry Parrish Treasurer 

Jim Hall Social Chairman 

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Student ^oiccateet^ 

Ken Bunting President 

Miss Cansler Faculty Adviser 





ANN HASSELTINE YOUNG WOMAN'S 
AUXILIARY 



Linda York Jane Vaughn Lola Twigg Margaret Coe Jean Osborne 

President Secretary -Treasurer Social Chairman Vice-President Music Director 



Y.W.A. Watchword: "They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they 
that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and ever." 
Y.W.A. Hymn: "O Zion Haste." 

Young Woman's Auxiliary was begun by young women who wanted to leam more about God's 
plan for His world and His work in the world in accomplishing that plan. The purpose of this Auxil- 
iary is to unite young women to advance missions — "to put the miss into missions" by bringing them 
to study about missions in programs and mission study courses, to pray for missions, to give to mis- 
sions, to serve as witnesses to the power of missions among the spiritually and physically needy, to live 
for Christ consistently and convincingly. Besides this primary purpose of missions, there is happy fel- 
lowship for young womanhood and there is the value of committee service and responsibility as offi- 
cers with the development these bring. 






Worth Booth 
Co-Director 



Billy Moore 
Co-Director 



Ellen Sparrow 
Secretary 






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Jim Hall 
President 

Jane Vaughn 
Vice-President 

Lyda Teachey 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Martha Bates 
Social Chairman 

Dr. Langston 
Faculty Adviser 




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Milton Veazey 
Chairman 



Collins, Veazey, Ratliff, Neal, Henry, Armstrong, Morton, Kinder, Renegar. 



The Social Committee's purpose is to promote a better social life for the students on the campus. 
Some of the duties are to select the movies, provide entertainment, and to co-ordinate the social activi- 
ties of the clubs and fraternities. 




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Malissa Barbour 
President 

JUANITA MiNSHEW 

Vice-President 

Elizabeth Vinson 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Cecilia Kennedy 
Program Chairman 

Erma Neal 
Social Chairman 

Catherine Campbe 
Faculty Adviser 




Seated: Maready, Buie, Hodges, Kendall, Renegar, Kalmar, Brinson, Bryant. Standing: Horton, Cole, West, Dickens, 
Ellis, Mr. Tripp, Faculty Adviser. 



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John Kendall 
President 



OFFICERS 

George Hodges Elmer Renegar Bill Ellis 

Vice-President Chaplain Sergeant-at-Arms 



The record has it that the first Clubs for the study of international relations in American colleges 
were founded in the autumn of 1914. The outbreak of war in Europe in August of that year had 
stimulated interest in International Relations, an interest which, it was believed, could be guided into 
"channels of enlightening, scientific and non-partisan discussion" by the founding of clubs in colleges 
for that purpose. It was believed, furthermore, that those young men and women whose privilege it 
had been to devote special study to international relations would constitute a "powerful force in mold- 
ing public opinion during the next generation." The early Clubs were known as International Policy 
Clubs. They were organized under the guidance of the American Association for International Con- 
ciliation which, in turn, derived financial support from the Carnegie Endowment for International 
Peace. 

The Club at Campbell was organized several years ago and has made a great contribution to the 
life of the campus. There has been unusual interest manifested both by the students and faculty. Pro- 
grams usually consist of open forums, debates, discussions, and chapel programs. 




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OFFICERS 




lAY Kinder 


Billy Moore 


Treva Hall 


President 


Vice-President 


Secretary-Treasurer 




Bobby Seagroves 


Mrs. Jenkins 




Social Chairman 


Adviser 



The Kitchen Klub is composed of all student workers in the dining hall. Mrs. Jenkins is the 
sponsor. 

The purposes of the club are: 

1. To promote better, more efficient work by the student workers. 

2. To promote a wholesome social atmosphere among the students on the campus. 



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OFFICERS 




VY Berkley Carolyn O'Kelly 


Hilda Morris 


President Vice-President 


Secretary 


James Nunnery Mrs. Proffit 




Treasurer Adviser 





Recognizing the urgent need for well-trained teachers in our state and our nation, we have dedi- 
cated ourselves to the teaching profession. 




Vdta 



John Horton 
President 

Jane Cranford 
Vice-President 

Carolyn O'Kelly 
Secretary 



Delta Psi Omega, honorary dramatic fraternity for those who excel in dramatics, is active on the 
campus this year. Currently, the fraternity is sponsoring three one-act plays to be presented as chapel 
programs. Faculty members will portray some of the roles in these plays. Professor Charles Billings 
is the popular director and sponsors many activities for the fraternity. 




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Grant Armstrong 
President 

Pete Fite 
Vice-President 

Norma Lancaster 
Secretary 

Mr. Bilungs 

Adviser 




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OFFICERS 




Jim Bob Jones 


Peggy Lilley 


Vara Matthews 


President. 


Vice-President 


Secretary 


Jimmy Womble 


Frances Williams 


Jean Osborne 


Treasurer 


Reporter 

H. D. Phelps 
Sponsor 


Social Chairman 



AIMS 

To promote social and professional growth of all Campbell College business students. 

To promote facilities for a better understanding between business students and the business world. 

To establish and improve standards for entrance upon store and office occupations. 






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FRED McCALL 

Coach McCall graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne 
College where he was an outstanding athlete. 
From there, he went to George Peabody College 
for teachers and took his masters in physical 
education. Before coming to Campbell in the fall 
of 1953, he was an outstanding high-school 
coach at MuUins, South Carolina. Last year he 
coached his team to the championship of the 
North Carolina Junior College Athletic Confer- 
ence. May he be as successful this year. 



HARGROVE DAVIS 
Coach Davis, an alumnus of Campbell, was 
an outstanding athlete. For many years he has 
made an enviable record as a professional base- 
ball player. He came to Campbell eight years 
ago as assistant coach. Since that time, his ex- 
cellent work in the field of sports has endeared 
him to players and fans. His work here has 
contributed greatly to the success of the ath- 
letic program at Campbell. 



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Front row, left to right: Billy KittreU, Travis Ross, Danny Roberts, co-captain; Fred Kelly, co-captain; Robert Ver- 
non. Second row: Harold Ellen, Marion Hargrove, Harold Younts, Julian Adams, Cedric Ingram, Phillip Raiford, 
BiUy Bullard, manager. 



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MEN'S VARSITY TEAM 
By superb coaching, coach McCall led his 
team through the basketball season without a 
conference loss. This, indeed, was a successful 
season. But the coach and the team had set for 
themselves another goal — the North Carolina 
Junior College Conference Tournament. The 
team entered this tournament with the spirit that 
Campbell must win. The season was climaxed 
by the team winning the tournament and the 
championship of the conference. 



TOURNAMENT GAMES 



103 P. J. C. 

104 Wingate 
82 E. M. I. 





SCHEDULE 




Campbell 




Opponents 


92 


Pembroke 


66 


71 


High Point 


57 


70 


Wake Forest 


89 


79 


Pembroke 


51 


111 


P. J. C. 


69 


94 


Louisburg 


73 


94 


Pfeiffer 


87 


79 


Carolina 


105 


80 


High Point 


50 


104 


Chowan 


64 


89 


P. J. C. 


75 


88 


E. M. I. 


62 


76 


Charlotte 


30 


86 


Oak Ridge 


65 


94 


Wilmington 


80 


85 


Louisbm-g 


63 


91 


Pfeiffer 


88 


72 


Wilmington 


63 


77 


Wingate 


56 


86 


E. M. 1. 


84 


73 


Carolina 


88 


98 


Oak Ridge 


75 


80 


Wingate 


74 



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Danny Roberts, Captain 
GuaTd 

Harold Younts 
CenlcT 




Fred Kelly, Alternate Captain 
Guard 

Harold Ellen 
Guard 







Travis Ross 
Guard 



Billy Kittrell 
Forward 




Robert Vernon 
Guard 

Cedric Ingram 
Forward 






Marion Hargrove 
Forward 



Philip Raiford 
Center 



Julian Adams 
Forward 



Billy Bullard 
Manager 



Richard Logan 
Scorer 




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Shirley Brady, Patsy Walters, Joyce Stewart, Jo Spencer, Martha Temple, Rachel Musselwhite, Ann Webb, Mary Joe 
Howard, Patsy Nobles. Kneeling: Eleanor Tidwell, Manager. 



Coach Davis piloted his team through a very 
successful season. They chalked up 13 wins to 
2 losses. He is pointing to a perfect record for 
the next season. 



Campbell 

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74 
51 
59 



SCHEDULE 



Pembroke 
Clayton 
Pembroke 
Louisburg 



Opponents 
51 
60 
36 
58 



FayetteviUe High 

Highsmith Hospital 

Pineland 

Worth Business College 

Louisburg 

Worth Business College 

FayetteviUe High 

Wingate 

Pineland 

Wingate 

Highsmith Hospital 



39 
51 
53 
61 
56 
64 
47 
60 
63 
68 
47 



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1. Martha Temple, Forward 
2. Shirley Brady, Forward 
3. Ann Webb, Forward 
4. Jo Spencer, Forward 

5. Rachel Musselwhite, Forward 



6. Patsy Walters, Guard 

7. Mary Joe Howard, Guard 
8. Patsy Nobles, Guard 
9. Joyce Stewart, Guard 

10. Eleanor Tidwell, Manager 




Seated, left to right: Philip Jones, Dewey Oakley, Kenneth Brewer, Billy Small, Allen Powell, Boyce Haigler, Danny 
Roberts, James Sanderson, Boyd Ellington, Roland Goss. Standing, left to right: BUI Gulp, Albert Cherry, Bo Adcock, 
Curt Hinton, Nick Smothers, Bracky Williams. Len Maness, James Wheeler. 



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Smothers — Sanderson 
Co-Captains 



Goss, Haigler, Williams, Adcock, Jones 
Pitchers 




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Left to right: Nancy Shreve, Moonyeen Wright, Jimmy Womble, Norma Lancaster, Ina Cole, Jimni) Nunnery 



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First row : 
John Myers, Coach 
William Corbett 
Paul Bryant 
"Doc" Corbett 
Graham Anderson 

Second row: 
Nick Gianopulos 
Bill Johnstone 
John Horton 
Grant Armstrong 



S<^ccen. 




Kn,eling, Ivit I,, nghl : Cli.irlr- M.la^M, Carl,.-, liuan, Hugh Daughtry, Eddie Thoina-, Kuiiia 
Baxley. Standing: Jim Hall, Ted Youhanna, Ramon Mosquero, Billy Small, Gregory 
Baraghimian. 




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Bill Johnstone 
1954 Captain 

Bill promises that he is going 
to build a tennis team that will 
be a credit to Campbell. 




First row: 
Fred Kelly 
Danny Roberts 

Second row: 

Richard McGranahan 

AUen Powell 

Third row: 

Billy SmaU 

Boyce Reid Haigler 



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The purpose of the Monogram Club is to create a wholesome interest in clean 
sports at Campbell and elsewhere, to help build the right spirit among new students, 
and to try to hold alumni together. 



Danny Roberts crowning 
the Homecoming Queen, Lois 
Pearce. Joe Best, the queen's 
escort. 





FRIENDLIEST 



Franklin Glnssnn 



Norma Lancaster 



MOST POPULAR 

Elba Rouse Fred Kelly 




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MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Grant Armstnins Jane Cranford 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Wanda Henry Donald Lloyd 





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MOST VERSATILE 



Barbara Stockstill 



Elmer Renegar 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Frank Campbell Mary Joe Howard 





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MOST ATHLETIC 

Patsy Walters Danny Roberts 



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1955 MAY COURT 




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SHIRLEY MORTON 

MAY OUEEN 








RUDOLPH SCHROEDER 

MAY KING 



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NORMA LANCASTER 

MAID OF HONOR 



124 



ELMER RENEGAR 

KING'S ATTENDANT 



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Lois Pearce Joe Best 

SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS 



Grant Armstrong 



Jane H ran ford 








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Danny Roberts Mary Joe Howard 

SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS 

FIha House Fred Kelly 





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Milton Veazey Erma Neal 

FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS 

Nanrv Davis Dnn Matthews 



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Jucinita Minshew George Hodges 

FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS 
HIGH SCHOnL ATTENDANTS 

Tommie Dorsey Faye Aman 





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First row William Stephens, Savonnp Eanrs. Lovenia Strickland, Don Fcltman, Faye Jackson, Margaret Wheatley, 
Jack Moore, Nancy Mvrick. Second roiv: W. L. Slater, Joseph Jones, Lee Warren, Alice Cooper, Lewis Levine, Joy 
Spivey Lucy Blackwood, Hugh Vann, W. C. Harris. Third row: T. A. Coats. Russell Bartholomew Winfred Hall, 
Georcre Co-rhill, Marylyn Bestedt, Tommy Temple, W. D. Shipman, Fletcher Gray, Joanne Eves, Barbara Thompson. 
FourJh row: Wavlon Bvrd, William Davis, John Varga, Weaver Wren. Daniel Ballard, Barbara West, Vernon Gardner, 
Llovd Stokes Fifth row: James Harmon, Charles Stephenson, Bobby Stewart, William Byrd, William Avent, frank 
Gardner, Jimmy Phillips, Youah Maijoo Rehana. Sixth row: Winfred Dowless, Arie Sykes, William Stephenson. 

Not Pictured: „ „ , ,, , , ^^ j- n 

Bobby Dean Barefoot. Mary Nell Bradley, Robert Lee Clay. Robert Sherrill Creech, Vartan Ambar Davidian, Pearsey 
Henton Dennin" Jr., Edgar Orlando Elbittar. Charlie T. Freeman, Sherrill Goodman, Charles Leonard Grant Bruce 
Gunter, Luther Ronald Hall, James Curtiss Halliburton, Luther Brown Harrell, Fletcher Linwoodjernigan. t'dward 
Levva Gerald Mederick Lucas, Peter Tryon McKinney, Angus Hood Monds, James Allen Norman, Withers J. Nowlan, 
Julius Fleming Pollard, Harold Glenn Powell, Charles Kenneth Ramer, Edwin Lawrence Smith. Jr. Monor Enrique 
Smith, Mrs. Jean Sessoms, Jewel Baseman. Rogers Wilson Stanley, Martin James Stubbs, Hal Ryland Tankard, Haw- 
fey Turner, .Santiago Toro Villa, Melville Reid. 





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of 


''Specializing in 




Men^s Wear Only" 


BALLENTINE'S DAIRY 


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103 E. Broad Street 
DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA 


VARINA. NORTH CAROLINA 

Telephone 72 


Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


BLUE PLATE FOODS 

Mayonnaise - Salad Dressing 


CROSS POULTRY 
COMPANY 


Jams - Jellies 




Peanut Butter 


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Coffee 




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Rock Quarry Road 


RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 




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Compliments of 


BROGDEN PRODUCE CO., INC. 


WHOLESALE FRUITS 


AND PRODUCE 


Continued Service For More 


Than Forty-six Years 


RALEIGH, NORTH 

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CAROLINA 






SEXTON'S 


JAMES H. ANDERSON 




DEPARTMENT STORE 


COMPANY 




COMPLETE OUTFITTERS 
FOR MEN 


"Floor Maintenance Materials and 
Sanitary Supplies" 




Phone 3231 
LiLLiNGTON, North Carouna 


Soaps Waxes : Seals 
Brooms and Brushes 










Floor Polishing Machines 
Mops and Mopping Equipment 
Deodorants 




CAROLINA 
TYPEWRITER COMPANY 


Insecticides : Disinfectants 




C. p. Dawkins, Manager 


418 W. Peace Street Phone 3-2750 
RALEIGH, N. C. 




Fh..ne 2-4oy2 

115 S. Salisbury Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



BELK'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Home of Better Values 
Dunn, North Carolina 


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3^4^ PEANUT 
^?^^A PRODUCTS 

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^^^ Tasty! 


Compliments 
of 

THE OPEN AIR MARKET 

FRESH FRUIT and 
PRODUCE DAILY 

Dunn-Erwin Highway 


Compliments 
of 

LAYTON SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

LiLLiNGTON, North Carolina 


Compliments 
of 

THE CITY MARKET 

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LiLLiNGTON, North Carolina 


Compliments 
of 

PIEDMONT COFFEE SERVICE 

Box 2112 
Durham, North Carolina 


THE PINE BURR STAFF urges its readers to patronize 
its advertisers. 



FIRST-CITIZENS BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

NORTH CAROLINA 





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"COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE" 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



COURTEOUS 

FRIENDLY 

SERVICE 



BANK OF LILLINGTON 

LILLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

"SINCE 1903" 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Compliments 
of 



INSTITUTIONAL FOODS 
COMPANY, INC. 



Box 9147 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments 
of 

MERITA 
BREAD AND CAKES 


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OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



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BOOK STORE 



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