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The Newspaper Voice of Charlotte College
Tuesday, June 2, 1959
GRADUATION EVENTS WILL BEGIN FRIDAY
HERE'S EXAM SCHED ****'“ ““'™ Baccalaureate Sermon June 7;
officers Installed ServLces June 8
THE EXAMINATION SCHEDULE IS AS FOLLOWS;
For Evening Classes:
June 3 4:00 - 6:00 P.M.
June 3 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
N June 4 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
June 4 8:00 - 10:00 P.M.
June 5 6:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Classes which meet at 4 P.M.
Classes which meet at 7 P.M.
Classes which meet at 5 P.M.
Classes which meet at 8 P.M.
Classes which meet at 6 P.M.
E. T. 263—Examination at 7:00 p.m. on June 3, 1959
E. T. 282—Examination at 8:00 p.m. on June 4, 1959
E. T. 291—Examination at 6:00 p.m. on June 5, 1959
I. T. Ill—Examination at 8:30 p.m. on June 5, 1959
I. T. 222—Examination at 8:30 p.m. on June 4, 1959
M. E. 105, Section 2—Examination at 8:35 p.m. on June 5, 1959
M. T. Ill—Examination at 8:30 p.m. on June 4, 1959
M. T. 215—Examination at 6:00 p.m. on June 4, 1959
M. T. 216—Examination at 6:00 p.m. on June 3, 1959
M. T. 223—Examination at 8:30 p.m. on June 3, 1959
For Day Classes—
June 3 9:00-11:00 a.m. English 3
June 3 1:00- 3:00 p.m. Chemisti-y 31, Math 8
June 4 9:00-11:00 a.m. English 1, History 2, Spanish 3,
and Math 103
June 4 1:00- 3:00 p.m. M. E. 103
June 5 9:00-11:00 a.m. English 2, History 1
NO GRADES WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL ALL LIBRARY BOOKS
ARE RETURNED, so be sure your borrowed boows are in by June 5,
News In Brie f PARNASSIAN
A handsome metal sign has been
given to Charlotte College by sev
eral aiumni for erection on the new
college site. This modernistic sign
will now be seen readily by the
many motorists who travel High
way 49 daily, singling out the fu
ture home of the new Charlotte
George Stockbridge, CC alum
nus of '48 and the administrator of
Wilkes General Hospital in North
Wilkesboro, N. C., will speak at the
Alumni-Graduates Buffet Dinner
on June 6 . . . The gal whom you’ll
be seeing at work in the CC librai’y
this summer is Margaret Falken-
berg, CC alumnus who will com
plete her Master’s work at Ohio
State University this month . . .
Julia Spurrier was recently doubly
honored at Appalachian State
Teachers College when she was one
of fourteen students to receive an
Honor Rating in the Senior Class
of 407 and was taken into Pi Gam
ma Mu, a social science society.
Julia graduated from CC last year
. . . Steve Mahaley, another CC
grad, will receive his MD degree
from Duke University on June 8.
He has been practicing neuro
surgery as an assistant to Dr.
Woodall at Duke since January of
this year. He has also completed
work for a PhD degree to be
Dr. and Mrs. Macy will spend
the summer in France . . . Mr.
Mark Tinkham, Professor of Phy
sics at CC, has been awarded a
National Science Foundation grant
to study at the Institute of Junior
College Teachers of Science and
Mathematics from June 13 to Au
gust 7 at Florida State University.
A course in graduate geology will
be offered at Charlotte College in
DUE JUNE 5
The Parnassian is due in the
hands of Charlotte College students
on June 5. This spring quarter issue
will be the third edition of the
Writers’ Club magazine of this
year and the second printed issue
of the magazine in CC’s history.
Represented in each edition of
this magazine is the culmination
of the talent existing among the
members of the Writers’ Club. To
quote a member of the club, “Ev
eryone enjoys his part in creating
this magazine and realizes that
this is the foundation upon which
the future Charlotte College stu
dents will build something even
There has been evidenced much
progress in the switch from the
mimeographed editions of Owl
Tracts, the former Writers’ Club
publication, to the printed Parnas
sian. This improvement has taken
a large amount of effort, but the
spirit of achievement has been
most evident in this “labor of love.”
The members of the Writers’
Club are members by invitation
only, having been selected on the
basis of ability, interest, and a re
view of his creative writing efforts.
It is hoped that this final edi
tion of this year’s Parnassian will
serve as a glowing tribute to the
efforts of Editor Bob Robertson,
Associate Editor Patty Hill, and
the other members of the Writers’
September and will run to June.
This course will be offered from
the graduate school of UNC. In
addition to this new course, the
regular graduate courses for teach
ers will still be continued.
The annual Awards and Instal
lation Service of Charlotte College
was held on May 27, 1959, in the
Central High auditorium.
Invocation was offered by Rev
erend W. B. H. Corkey and was
followed by a selection by the CC
Miss Bonnie Cone, who presided
at the service, presented Chai'lotte
College awards and scholarships.
Roger Palmer was presented the
John Motley Morehead scholarship
to UNC by Robert Lassiter, Jr., a
member of the State Board of
The guest speaker of the night,
Dr. Ernest A. Beaty, was intro
duced by Bill Reid, CC alumnus of
1957, and a senior at Davidson Col
lege. Dr. Beaty, Davidson profes
sor and a member of the eCharlotte
Community College System Board
of Trustees, was followed by Wiley
Martin, who installed the new Stu
dent Government Association of
ficers. New SGA president Ed
Phillips delivered the president’s
Awards and Scholarships pre
Altrusa Award—Charles Benson.
Alumni .Association Scholarship—
American Business Women's As
sociation Award—Ann Hilton.
Beta Sigma Pi—Judie Joseph.
Charlotte Association of Insur
ance Women's Award — Deanna
Charlotte Automotive Wholesal
ers Awards and Oil Industries
Awards—Judie Joseph, John Yan-
dle, and Jerry Rich.
Charlotte Panhellinic Congress
Chemistry Achievement Award—
Noel Max Hicks.
Bonnie E. Cone Award—Ed Sil-
Mathematics Achievement Award
Noel Max Hicks.
The 62 graduates of Charlotte
College wil Ibegin a busy schedule
of graduation events Friday night,
June 5, with a rehearsal for the
Members Named in'^ediately after this
inaugural movement, pictures of
the graduates wil! be taken.
As of May 26, John Yandle,
Chairman of the Freshman Advis
ory Committee, had selected thir-
ty-six members for next year’s
FAC group. They are: Glenn Allen,
Ann Hilton, Rose Erwin, Don Liv
ingston, Martha Moore, Tommy
Delinger, Guy Eason, Tommy Cor
nelius, Olin Giles, Lucille Helms,
Clinton Hoover, Walter Elmore,
Wade Ramsey, Ed Singleton, John
Graham, Charles Benson, Sandra
Payseur, Jerry Williams, Kanela
Maydanis, Deanna Merrell, Larry
Teffeteller, Douglas Simpson, Judie
Joseph, Jerry Rich, P. M. Lohr,
Effie Bishop, John Simon, Reid
Crocker, Jimmy Hosse, Diane Mc
Allister, Kay Combs, Jerry Owens,
John Cobb, Ed Phillips, Ed Silber,
and Reid Wentz.
If anyone would like to serve on
the FAC and has not been con
tacted, please write, phone or see:
John Yandle, P. 0. Box 458, Paw
Creek, N. C. EX 9-3556.
Sigma Tau Sigma
Holds Dinner Meet
Sigma Tau Sigma invitation for
membership were received by Dal
ton Alexander, Glenn Allen,
Charles Boyd, Fred Collins, Rose
Erwin, Hubert Horne, James La
Roach, and Edward Silber.
On Sunday, May 24, a banquet
at the Stork Restaurant officially
welcomed the new members into
the honorary Social Science frater
nity. Mrs. Winningham explained
the purpose of the society.
Among the guests at the banquet
were Miss Cone, Dr. and Mrs.
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Winningham,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wheelock.
L. G. Mumaw Scholarships—
Douglas Simpson and Tony Mar-
National Association of Account
ants Award—Reid Wentz.
Physics Achievement Award —
Professional Engineers Awards—
Olin Giles and Larry Teffetller.
Sigma Lombda Chi Award —
Franklin Alexander Jones.
Sigma Tay Sigma Summa Cum
Laude Certificates—Charles Boyd,
Fred Collins, and Jack McMillan.
B. C. Vannort Award—James
The following night at 7:00 p.m.
a banquet will be given at the Bar
ringer Hotel to honor the sixty-two.
On Sunday, June 7, at 6:45 p.m.
the Baccalaureate services will
take place at St. John’s Baptist
Church. Dr. Claude U. Broach, the
pastor, will deliver the sermon.
The annual Alumni Association
buffet dinner honoring the grad
uates will be held in the courtyard
behind the Music Building on Mon
day, June 8, at 6:00 p.m. Immed
iately afterward, the graduates Will
assemble for the graduation exer
Commencement exercises will be
gin at 8:15 p.m. in the Central High
School auditorium, with Mr. J.
Murrey Atkins, chairman of the
Board of Trustees of the Charlotte
Community College System, pre
Following the invocation by the
Reverend W. B. H. Corkey, the
Charlotte College Choir will sing
“Psalm 100.” Attorney Fred B.
Helms will then introduce the
speaker of the evening, Dr. George
After Dr. Heaton’s address, the
choir will sing “The Beatitudes.”
This will be followed by the pre
sentation of diplomas by Miss Bon
nie E. Cone. Reverend Corkey will
pronounce the benediction.
A reception will be held after
the Central High School Gymnas
ium immediately following the ex
NEA ELECTS OFFICERS
New officers were elected May
20 for the Charlotte College Chap
ter of the National Education As
sociation. They are; President, Ann
Hilton; Vice-President, Mary Kat-
saris; Secretary, Elizabeth Moore;
and Treasurer, Trula Booth.
Bill Mitchell Awards—Fred Col
lins and Bob Robertson.
Charlotte College Scholarships
to City and County schools were
announced. The recepients were;
James Fraser Cornell, Jr., and
Lloyd Clifford Torrence, Jr.—Cen
tral, Norman Edwin Marwitz—
East, Eric Franklin Cathey and
Barbara Jeanne Smith—Harding,
and Joseph Grahm and Howard
Soph Election Results
Jack Nivens - 20
Jerry Owens 51
Clinton Hoover 1
Glenn Allen - 31
Eddie Silber 36
Bobbl Mills . 3
Judie Joseph 50
Russell Chappell 1
Boyd Morgan 5
Rose Ervin 1
Mary Katsaris 2
John McManus 2
Deanna Merrell 1
Jerry Ritch 2
Tony Marwitz 1
Sam Bell 50
Effie Bishop ... 56
Tommy Dellinger 51