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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1933, High Point College"

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




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Dwight M. Davidson, Jr. 

EDITOR 



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Joseph N. Craver 

MANAGER 





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ZENITH 



Published by the 



bhshed by the 1^1 D f^ IKIT HIGH POIN1 

nior Class of N I VJ M Y \J 1 I N I NORTH CAROLI N A 

" COLLEGE " 




FOEEWOBD 



N keeping with the mod- 
ern trend of the age, we 
have modeled the 1933 
edition of The Zenith on 
a modernistic motif. If, in 
the future, you may turn 
these pages and recall 
the gayety and glamour of 
the days at High Point; the 
friendships and the aspira- 
tions, then our task 
is fulfilled. 




CONTENT 



i he College 



I he Classes 



Athletics 



Organizations 



Features 





DEDICATION 



TO our Mothers and Fathers, our 
most loyal and devoted friends, 
who have given us golden op- 
portunities by unstinted sacrifices, 
that we may have a deeper ap- 
preciation of this age in which 
we live, we wish to express our 
deepest gratitude. Thus we grate- 
fully dedicate this, the seventh 
volume of The Zenith, to the ones 
who have been our inspirations 
through four years of college, 
to those who are most de- 
serving of our love, our 
Mothers and Fathers. 




THE COLLEGE 





'So ihull my soul receive 
The secret of your strength 
Your unforgoiten beauty interfuse 
My common life — " 



ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 










VIEW FROM THE JUNGLE 




DOORWAY— ROBERTS HALL 



CORNER OF GIRLS' DORMITORY 





Where good fellows gel together- 
Here mirrh and melancholy reign, 
And the joyful triumph 

Of ambitions achieved. 



BOYS' DORMITORY 




"Here, too, dwells simple troth; 
Unsullied beauty, 
Sound, unbroken youth." 
Sttklng, striving, but never yielding 



WOMAN'S HALL 




Where friendships are made. 

And loyalties are kept; 

We mounted your steps 

To i»k the knowledge "9*s impart. 



THE PORTICO 





ONE OF THE TOWERS 



ANOTH ER DOORWAY 




THE COLLEGE 




"I think that I (hall never see 
A poem as lovely as a tree. 
Poems are made by tools like me H 
But only Sod can make a tree — " 



THE JUNGLE 




GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS. A.M.. D.D. 

PRESIDENT 



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FACULTY 

J. Hobart Allred 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Modern Language 



Julian- F. Beall 
A.B. 

Athletic Director 
Instructor of Economies 



Miss Rlth Bellamy 
A.B. 

Instructor in Dramatics and Speech 



Pall R. Bow en 

A.B., M.S.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 



Y., ( >. Cl M MINGS 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 



Miss Naomi Dawson 
Secretary to President 

Miss Bonnie Enoch 

Instructor in Art 

R. H Gunn 

A.B. 

Bursar 

Instructor in Department of Business 







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FACULTY 

X. M. Harrison 

A.K., B.[l. 
Promotional Secretary 

Clifford R, Hixshaw 

A.B., A.M., M.A., Litt.D. 

Professor oj Education and Psychology 

Director of Summer School and 

Extension 

Miss E. Vera Idol 
A.B., B.S., M.A. 

Professor of English 

Miss Louise Jennings 

A.B., B.L.S. 

Librarian 

P, S. Kennett 

A.B., B.D., LL.D. 

Professor of History 

P. E. LlN'ULEY 

A,B., M.A., Litt.D. 

Dean of College 

Professor of Religious Education 






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J. Harley Mourane 

B.S., M.S. 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

Miss Margaret Sloan- 
A.b. 

Instructor in Voice, Piano, and 
Theoretical Subjects 




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FACULTY 

Howard L. Spessard 

U.S. 

D MW 0/ Men 
Professor of Business .Idministra.ion 

Ernest B. Stimson 

B.Mus. 

Department of Music 

Instructor in Void-, Phi no, and 

Theoretical Subjects 

Mrs. Gkddm: Strickland 

Instructor in Physical Education 

Mrs. Alice Paige White 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Greek, Latin, English ami 
Journalism 



Mrs. C. L. Whitaker 

Diet is in n 

Miss Mary E. Yoi ng 

A.B., B.A., M.A. 

Dean of If omen 
As ociate Professor of Education 

N. P. Yarborough 

A.B., A,M. 

Associate Professor of Modern 
Language 

Mrs. N. I 1 . Yarborough 
B.S. 

Professor of Home Economics 






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THE GLASSES 





Officers 

Carl M. Smith President 

Lester Furr Vice-President 

Elizabeth Gurley Secretary 

Cornelia Howard Treasurer 

N. P. Yarborouch Advisor 



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Homer Gwynn Bivens, B.S. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
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Minerva Elva Gartner, A.B. 

MOCKSVILLE, N. C. 
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N'ikathan Literary Society. 1. 2, 3 4 Vire- 
President 3; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Y. W. C. A., 1. 2. 3, 4; Clioral Club. 1; Girls' 
Glee Club, 2, Secretary. 2; College Choir, S 
4 Vice-President, 4; Etude Music Club. 2, 
3: Modern Prlsctlla Club. 3. 4. Secretary. 4; 
Dramatic Club, J ; Treasurer Woman's Stu- 
dent Government, 2, Vice-President. 4; Art 
Club, 3. V, Class Secretary, 3. 



Vernon Cannoy, A.B. 

BOWLING GREEN, KV, 

F<otba|l. 1. 2, 3. 4: Track. 1: Thalean Lit- 
erary Society. 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President, 1. 

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Joe N, Craver, A.B. 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 
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Fool ball, 1. 2, 3. 4. Captain 4; Baseball, 1. 
4, Wrestling. 3; Akrothinian Literary So- 
ciety, 2. 3 4, Secretary, 3 Vice-President 
3; Athletic Council, 3, 4; Hr-PO Business 
Mg.nag.H-, 3; Business Manager "Zenith/' 4; 
Block "H" Club, 2, 3. 4: Men's Studt-nt 
Council. 2y Y. M. C. A.. 4. 



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Gladys Culler, A.B. 

HIGH POINT, H. c. 

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Artemes'an Literary Society- 1, 2. 3 4 Vice- 
President, 3: Class Treasurer, 'i: "Zenith" 
Staff. 3. 



Dwight M. Davidson, Jr., A.F, 

C1BS0NVII LR, V, C. 

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President Class, 1 ; Akrothinian Literary 
Society. 1 2, 3. 4, Vice-President. 1, Presi- 
dent, 3. 4 Critic. 3; Forensie Council 3, 
President, 3; Intercollegiate Debater. 2, 3. 4; 

i 'tun Marsha 3; M --lit;; K.M1..1 ' M ; - 1 '-. ■ 

3, Associate Editor. 4: Editor of "Zenith," 

4; Tennis Manager, 3: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 

4: Football Trainer, 3, Manager, 4, 



Lester Seymour Furr, A.B. 

SEW LON'DO\% K. C. 

Rutherford Junior College. 1, 2; Thalean 
Literary Society. 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Presi- 
,1 -11 r. i: Ministerial Association, 3. 4. Chap- 
lain, 3. President. 4; Vice-President Class, 
4; v. M. c. A.. 3, 4, Treasurer. 4; Chris- 
tian Endeavor. 3; College Choir, 3, 4. 



Charlie Lee Grant, A.B. 

KKRVKRSVILLE, X. C. 

Ministerial Association. 1. 2, 3. 4- 



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C. L. Gkay. Jr.. B.S. 

HIGH POINT, X. C. 
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Class Treasurer, 1; Tennis Team. 3. 4; Col- 
lege Choir. 1, 2, 3. J; Pre-Med Club, 2 3. 4; 
Akrothinian Literary Society, I. 



Elizabeth Gurley, A. B. 

HIGH P0IVT, n. c. 
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NTikanthan Literary Society, 1. 2. 3, 4 Scr- 
rctary, 2. President, 4; Day student Coun- 
cil. 3; Pan-He'llenie Council, 4; Class Secre- 
tary. 4; "Zenith' Staff, 4; Class Poet. 4. 



William Marvin Hedrick, A.B. 

HIGH ROCK, N, C. 

Track 1, 2: Thaloan Literary Society, 2, 
J, Treasurer, :',, 4; Y. M. C. A.. 4. 



Cornelia Howard, B.S. 
men POINT, ». c, 

2 A * 

H r'r I. < ;|, i I,, I, i . 3 . Lilnm-tan. :>~. i °he- 

ral Club, 1; College Choir, 3, 4- Artemesian 
LUerory Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treaaur< r, 



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W. M. Howard, Jr., A.B. 

MOCKSVILLE, H. C. 

Christian Endeavor. 1, 2, 3, 4. TivasuiiT. 2. 
Vice-President. 3. I 1 res dent. 4: Ministerial 
Associathiii 1. 2, 3, -I, Ser-ri'tary. L'. ;; Vice- 
President. 2. Chaplain. 3: Y. M. C. A., 1 J, 
?>, Vice-President. 2; Thalean Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2, 3 4, Secretary. 2, ;j, Chapl 

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2 Secretary, 3: Cullrfi' Mar-nlial :i ; l.iirn- 

soc^ety Debater, 3 ; Soccer, 3. 4, 



Agnes Ingram, A.B. 

111CH POINT, K. C. 

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Mkanthan Literary Society. 1, 3, 3. 4: 
Hellenic Council, 4. 



William Ralph Jacks, A.B. 
duxlap, n. c. 

Thalean literary Society. 1. 2, 3 4, Sec- 
retary, 3. Reporter. 3. Critic, 4 President, 
4 ; I'll ristian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3. 4. Treasurer. 
;: ; v M. C. A., l, 2. 3. 4; Class President. 9 



Ida Johnson, A.B. 

MORVEN, x. c. 

9 <]> 

Artcmes'an Literary Society, 1. 2, 4; Day 
Student Council, 1. 



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Joyce Julian, B.S. 

MLLLROKO, H. C. 
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Artemesian Literary Society. 1. 2. 3, 4. 

Chaplain, 4; choral club, 1, i; Christian En- 
deavor, 1, 2. S. 4: Modern Prist ilia Club. 
1. 1. 3. 4, President. 4, 



Wilton H. Kimmer, A.B. 

JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS 

Jacksonville College: Baylor University; 
Ph.O. Degree, Baylor University, 1931. 



James Ollie Knight, A.B. 
korliha, n. c. 

Tbalea.ii Literary Society, i. 3, 4, Secretary, 
4; Soccer. 3; Y. M. c. A,. I. 2. 3, 4: Chris- 
tian Endeavor. 1, 2. 3, 4. 



Mrs. Bernice Clinard Lee, A.B. 

HIGH POIXT, N. C. 



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Tykee S. LindleYj A.B, 

GRAHAM, K'. C, 

Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3. 4. Treasurer, 2; Vice- 
President, 3; Thalean Literary Society. 1, 2, 
3. 4, Reporter, 2, Vice-President. 4; Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir, 3. J: 

Soccer, 3, 

Ina McAdams, A.B. 

H1CH POINT, K. C. 

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Secretary Class, 2; "Hl-Po" Feature Editor. 
2; Purple Players, 1; Day Student Council 
Treasurer, 2. Secretary, 3 - t Artemesian Liter- 
ary Society, 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary, 2, Presi- 
dent, 4; President Dramatic Club, 4; Class 
Historian; Art Club. 4. 



Hugh S. McCachern, A.B. 

LINWOOD, N. C. 

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Baseball, 1, 4; Soccer, 4', Tennis, 3, 4. 

John Wesley Morgan, A.B. 

FARMER, N. C. 

Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2. 3, 4, Critic. 
3 President, 3; Forensic Council, 4; Inter- 
collegiate. Debater. 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 
Cass. 3; Scribicms Club. 3. 4. Vice-Presi- 
dent. 4: Christian Endeavor, i. 2. 3. 4; 
Y. M. C. A., 1. 2, 3, 4. 



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Clarence P. Morris, A.B. 

fallston:, n. c. 

Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. 4. Chap- 
lain, 2; Forensic Council. 3; Christian En- 
deavor Society, 1. 2, 3, 4 ; Y. M. c. A.. 1, 2. 
3. J, President. 4; Secretary Guilford County 
1 1 i - V . 4; Ministerial Association. 1. 2, ^ 1. 
Vice-President, 3. President. 4; College Mar- 
shal. 3; Soccer, a, 3, 4; Basketball. 3, 4. 



Unity Andrews Nash, A.B. 

HIGH POINT, n*. c. 

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N. c. C W.. 1. 2 : Nikanthan Literary So- 
ciety, 3, 4. Chaplain. !■ Forensic Council. 4; 
Art Club 3, 4. President, 4, Day Student 
Council V ice-President. 4- 



Dwight Moody Nifong, A.B. 

WALLBURC, N. C. 

Ministerial Association, 1. 2, 3. i. chaplain. 
2. President, S. 



James F. Patch, B.S. 

CLAYTON, N, Y, 
St. Lawrence University. 1, 2, 



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Irma Adelaide Paschall, A.B. 
MAN80N, N". c. 

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Artcmesian I-itirary Society. 1. 2, Z. 4, 
Treasurer 3; Art Club, 3. 4. Secretary, 4: 
Cliora! Cub, 1: Girls' Glee Club, 2. "; Col- 
lege Choir, 4; Librarian. 4; Etude Music 
Club. 2, 3: Christian Endeavor Society, 1 u, 
3 4: Giils' Athletic Association, 1, 2: Mort- 
em Priscilia club, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President, 4; 
Dramatic Club, 4; Secretary Woman's stu- 
dent Government, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1. :!. 3, 4. 
Seer-Hary. 2. President. 1; College Marshal, 
S; Class Treasurer, 2. 



Pauline Lightfoot Patrick, A.B. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

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Guilford College, 1; N. C, C. W.. 1; Arteme- 
slan Literary Society, 3, 4: Vice-President 
Art Club. 4; Prtsident Day Student Coun- 
cil. 4, 



Howard Agnew Pickett, A.B. 

BURLINGTON, N'. C. 

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Thalftan Literary Society* 1 2, 3, 4. Ffn-rf-- 

i iry. I: Hoeorr, 2 h 3, 4: Y M. C. A., 1, 2 S, 

r Treasurer 3, Christian Endeavor Society, 

1> 2. 3 r 4. 



Margaret Elizabeth Pickett, A.B. 

BURLINGTON', N. C 

N T i]cnrii}i:in Literary Society., 1. 2, 3, 4. 
Treasurer, 3; Christian Endeavor Society 
1> 2. 3. 4. Secret -i ry. 4: V. W. C. A.. 1. 2, 3 
4. Vice-President. 3: Athletic Association, 2; 
Art Club, 3 4; Woman's Student Council 
Head Proctor, 2, President, 4. 



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C. George Pusey, B.S. 

SEAFORD, DEL. 

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Football 2. 3 4; Chemical Engineri-inf; c'luli. 
3. 4; Block "H" Club, J. J. 



Elizabeth Ellen Ross, B.S. 

asheboro, k. c. 

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Artetnesiatl Literary Society. 1. 2. 3, 4. 
Critic 4- Modern Piiscilla Club. 1 t. 3, 4 : 
Ch ist : an Endeavor. 1, 2, 3 4; Csrresponrt- 
ing Sacretary. 1 1. 3; Gir!s' Glee Club, 1; 
Choral Club, 1. 



Carl M. Smith, B.S. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
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Thalean Lltcraty Society, 2. 3, 4. Vice- 
President. 3. Critic, 4; Y. M. C. A., 2. 3. 4. 
President, 3: Band. 1. 2, 3. 4; Orchestra. 1, 
2. 3. 4; Etude Music Club. 1, 2, 3; Com- 
mercial Club 1; Basketball. 2, 3 4. Co- 
Captain. 4; Soccer, 2, 3 4, Captain and 
Coach, 2, 3, 4; Chemical Engineering Club, 
■ '. I, Secretary. 3; College Marshal. 3; Base- 
I. ill. 1 : '"1 i.--. |'ivsirl.-Til. 1 . !■ in- I |. II iin 
Council. 4. 



Jessie Lillian Smith, B.S. 

RE1DSV1LLE, X. C. 

2 A <I> 

Eastern Carolina Teachers 1 Co'lege, 1 ; Ar- 
temeMan L'terary Society 2 3, i ; Modern 
PrisciLa Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Y. W. 
C. A., 2. 3, 4; Collage Marshal. 3; christian 
Endeavor Society, 2, 3, 4. 



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Lindley Fred Strader, A.B. 

KEIDSVILI.E, N. C. 
Ministerial Association Cliaplain. 4. 



Katie Sue Stanfield, A.B. 

HIGH POINT, M. C. 

Artexneslan Literarv Society, 2 3, 4 ; Art 

Club. 3. i; Girls' Glee Club. 2; Etude Music 

Club. 2. 



James Kenneth Swart, B.S. 

WAYNESBURC, PA. 

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Football, 1, 2, 3 4: Basketball, 2. 3. 4, Co- 
Captain, 4: Track 2; Dramatic Club, Vice- 
President, 4; Slock "H" Club, 2, 3; Com- 
mercial Club, 2; Akrothinlan Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 4, 



J. Adrian Thompson, A.B. 

RE1DSVIL1.E, \\ C. 

Ministerial Association; Thalean Literary 
Society. 



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Anthony James Simeon, A.B. 

IWIOXTOWN, PA, 

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Football 1, 2. 3: Ti ack, 1, 2, Captain 2; 
Wiestling. 3; Alcrothlnl&n Literary Society. 
3. 2, 3, 4. Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 
President. *, Pan-Hellenic Council I; v. .it. 
C. A.. 3, 4; Bloclf 'H" Club. 2. 3. 1 ; Dra- 
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J. Ray Graham. A.B. 

FARMIKGTON, \', C. 

Fnctball. I: Basketball, J: Baseball, 4 
tciefl from Mars Hill Colli ge, 4, 



Mary Jane Ross, Mascot 

ASHKBORO, n. c. 



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CLASS HISTORY 

A CCORDING to Greek legend, Aurora, the beautiful goddess of dawn, each 
/—\ morning preceded the sun god, Apollo, to the edge of the earth to draw back 
' Vhe curtain of night so that Apollo might ride in his chariot across the heavens 
to lift the veil of darkness from the earth. "The sands of Time sift slowly in the 
hour-glass of Life." We no longer believe in gods and goddesses — they have passed 
into legend — but we often find their stories repeated similarly in life. 

Four years ago, in the spring of 1929, high school graduation was serving as an 
Aurora to us, lifting the veil of childhood that we might branch out into a larger, 
brighter world. In the fall, one hundred and four students came to enter High Point 
College as freshmen. Four years later, we find the number scarcely one-third the 
original number. These four years have acted as a filter. 

We served our freshman apprenticeship with small concern. There seemed little 
to worry about — four years was a long time in the future. Our chief worry was 
Sophomore Court. Dwight Davidson was our president that year, and Professor Yar- 
borough was the class advisor. With their help we managed to set our sun to drift 
slowly across the sky. 

As our sun drifted, we found ourselves changing from scatter-brained freshmen to 
swaggering sophomores, who grinned with false benignity on our little freshman 
brothers and sisters, then winked slyly at our classmates; for, as Roark Bradford says, 
"We had something in our mind about them." We felt quite masterful and revenge 
was sweet. We put our sophomore heads together and decided that Goley Yow was 
good enough to be our president. 

When we next glanced up, we found our sun already halfway across the heavens. 
We were juniors. We had a glorious time. Between our president, Ralph Jacks, and 
Professor Yarborough, we managsd to get through without much trouble. In the 
breathless excitement, we forgot our sun. The sun was no longer drifting, but fairly 
whirling itself away into the west. 

We chose Carl Smith for our president on this last lap. It seems incredible that 
we have reached the twilight — that the sun of our college careers has sunk into the 
great abyss of Time. Our hearts might feel heavy if we did not know that graduation 
is serving as an Aurora to lift the veil so that a sun, more magnificent than the last — 
the sun of Life — might start its journey across the sky. 

We cannot help feeling a little sentimental, here in the dim twilight. Today's 
sun has sunk; the shadows of the dusk deepen — slowly, slowly, slowly. The sands of 
the hour-glass begin to sift for a new day, and we know that we shall never pass this 
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class advisor and faculty 
advisor of the Zenith , the 
Class of 1933 expresses its 
gratitude for his interest in 
every undertaking of the 
group during the last 
four years. 




Officers 

Joseph Coble President 

Edith Guthrie Vice-President 

Jewell Welch Secretary 

Frances Taylor Treasurer 

Miss Vera Idol Advisor 



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Alma Andrews 
high point, n t . c. 



John Austin 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Virl Andrews 

TRINITY, N, C. 



Helen Brtts 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 



Sallie Bivins 

GRAHAM, N. C. 



Laura Braswell 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



George Crickmore 

iiir.ii pnivr, \. (.-, 



Ivan Crissman 

HIGH POINT, N*. C. 



Thomas Ellis 
high point, n. c, 



Edith Guthrie 
saxapahaw, m. c. 



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Alice Haynes 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Me eta Heath 
high point, \. c. 



Sarah Holmes 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 



Curtiss Humphreys 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 



Mary Reid Idol 

HICII POIST, k. c. 



Ben James 
parmele, n. c. 



Doris Reenter 
asheville, n. c. 



Jane Lingo 

MILTONj DEL, 



Howard Smith 

RE1DSVILLE, N. C. 



Tallie Sue Smith 

PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C, 







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Ola Stafford 

BURLINGTON', b. c. 



Joe Stone 

KKO, N'. C. 



Frank Sudia, Jr. 

AMER1DGE, PA. 



Frances Taylor 

HIGH POIN'T, m. c. 



John Taylor 
high POINT, n. c. 



Ora Mae Welborn 
trinity, k. c. 



John Ward 
cibsonville, n, c, 



Forrest Wagoner 
brown summit, n', c. 



Jewell Welch 

HIGH POINT, X. C. 



Robert Williams 

EFLAN'O, N. C, 



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Officers 

Aubert Smith President 

Larry Yount Vice-President 

Edith Lee Secretary 

G. W. Apple Treasurer 

Mrs. Alice P. White Advisor 



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G. W. Apple 

RE1DSVII.LE, N. C. 

Burt Asbury 
high POINT, n. c. 

Margaret Bundy 

JAMESTOWN, N. C. 

iREN'll Chadwick 
jamestown, n. c. 

Vivian Crawford 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 

Arthur Dickens 
high point, n. c. 

Harry Finch 
thomasville, »■ c. 

Herbert Garmox 
h:gh point, n. c. 

Jacque Gwyn 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

James Hight 
henderson, n. c. 

Edythe Hlches 

CONCORD, N, C. 

Mavis HESTER 

HENDERSON, N. C. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Mary Ward Johnson 
burlington, n. c. 

Imogene Kennedy 

TH0MASV1LLI, K, C. 

Frances Kester 

HIGH POINT, X. C. 

Walter Lanier 

T.tlNITY, R. C. 

Edith Lee 

LAWNDALE, \ T . C. 

VlRCINIA MASSEY 
PLEASANT HILL, M. C. 

Adylene McCollum 

REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

Frances McCrarv 

HIGH POINT, H. C, 

Annie Laurie Moss 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Clarence T. Morris 

SALISBURY, MD. 

John Pendleton 
lawn dale, h. c. 

Harvey Pressley 
high point, n. c. 




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Emily Ragsdale 

JAMESTOWN', N. C. 

Hele\ t Raper 
high point, x. c. 

WlLMA RoCERS 
HIC1I POIKT, N. c. 

Thomas Robertson 
men porxi, n, c. 

Zoltan Ronyecz 

AMBRtDCE, PA. 

Kenneth Royal 

HIGH POIXT, K. C. 

Mildred Russell 

BLAI\E, N, C. 

Ruffin Self 

L1NCOLKTOX, -V. C. 

Mary Lewis Skeen 
farmer, n. c. 

Sidney Smith 

SUMTER, S. C. 

Pall Von Cannon 
slmmerfield, n, c, 

Larry Yolnt 

KEIDSVLLLE, W. C. 



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Donald Knopp President 

Bill Snow Vice-President 

Dot Perry Secretary 

Albert McNally Treasurer 

J. H. Mourane Advisor 



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Dorothea Andrews 

Pattie Bartee 

Nathaniel Bethea 

Harold Bivins 

Nell Brower 

William Bryant 

Eleanor Capps 

Gilbert Clinard 

Meukda Connelly 

Edith Crowder 

Broadus Culler 

Raymond Curry 

Elijah Diamont 

Sulon Ferree 
Rettie Lee Finch 

Macon Flrr 

Dwight Gajther 

Ray George 



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Francis Giles 

Virginia Grant 

Juanita Hay WORTH 

Atley Hartman 

Doris Hedge cock 

Lois Hedgecock 

Donald Hunter 

George Ingle 

Millard Isley 

Mildred Johnston 

John Kapelec 

Christine Latham 

Ruby Martin 

James Massey 

Alrert McNally 

Dorothy McCollum 

Josie McNeil 
Lake Montgomery 




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Mary Parham 

Dorothy Perry 

James Phillips 

Jesse Pinkston 

Lee Pittard 

Inez Ridoe 

John Richardson 

Edwin' Sharpe 

T. G. Shelton, Jr. 

Lee Sherrill 

Edgar Snyder 

Bill Snow 

Ray Stokes 

Raymond Stokes 

Jesse Stone 

Vatra Swaim 

Clara Tanner 

Dixie Thomas 



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William Thompson 

Lillian Varner 

William Von Drehle 

Frank White 

Julia Willard 

Hazel Welhorn 

Hoyt Wood 

Elmer Young 





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Sallie Baykes 
Mary E. Bennett 
Lois Bivens 
Loise B rower 



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Margaret Dun\* 
Mildred Hayden 
Mildred Leonard 
Paitie Mason 

HlLDREDTH McCLEIIAN 

Iva Robinson 



[rma Rogers 
Monnell Ritchie 
Daphne Smtgget 
Virginia Thayer 
William Snotherly 




ATHLETICS 





ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



C. R. HlN'SHAW 
Chairman 



J. F. Hi: all 
J. II. Allred 

Rorkut WlII.IAMS 



\. P. YarROROUGH 

H. L. S pessary 
Joe Craver 




THE 
COACHES 



Jin. iax F, Beau. 



High Point College may point with 
pride to its well-rounded coaching staff 
headed by Coach Julian Beall and ably 
assisted by Coach Virgil Yow. No bet- 
ter leadership can be found in the state 
than that given by these men, and their 
efforts have been untiring in keeping 
High Point's name high in the athletic 
realms of the state. 

The guiding hand behind the Pan- 
ther gridmen this year has been Head 
Coach Julian Beall. Beall came to High 
Point in the fall of 1930 from the Uni- 
versity of South Carolina, where he en- 
joyed an enviable record as an athlete. 
He is noted for his aggressiveness in 
attacking a task, regardless of the size, 




C. Virgil Yow 



and coming up with an unforgettable 
smile. Although he has not produced 
championship teams since he has been here, 
Coach Beall has earned a reputation for 
himself, and for High Point College ath- 
letic teams. He has definitely imbued them 
with his characteristic spirit. His teams are 
noted for their fight in the face of great 
odds and their comeback ability, thereby 
enjoying the wholesome respect of coaches 
and teams in the surrounding colleges. 
Lack of material has been the sole reason 
for the teams not enjoying more prosper- 
ous seasons. 

A former High Point College athlete 
returned this year to his old hunting 
grounds to aid with athletics here. "Big 
Virge," as he was known during his under- 
graduate days, returned after an absence of 
two years. During that time he has been 



actively connected with coaching duties, 
leading several industrial teams to cham- 
pionships. While in school Yow was an 
all-round athlete. In 1928 he was selected 
by many sport scribes for a tackle berth on 
the mythical All-Conference team. 

Yow assisted Coach Beall during foot- 
ball season and was placed in charge of bas- 
ketball and baseball teams. He, too, faced 
the task of molding teams frqm little or no 
material, but succeeded in giving us good 
teams. 

These two men have formed a combi- 
nation that cannot be beaten. They have 
definitely given their proteges the lesson of 
good sportsmanship. Their teams are never 
beaten, regardless of the odds, until the 
final whistle blows; until the last ball is 
thrown. They are characterized by ag- 
gressiveness, clean sportsmanship and hard 
hitting. 




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But play it fairly 

The surest way to win 

Is Play an Open Game" — 





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CRAVER (Captain)— ]ae brought his grid career 
tu a close by turning in the best season of his four 
years as a Panther. He was an almost unanimous 
selection for one of the All- Conference tackle berths 
and was also selected by some coaches and sport 
writers as an All-State tackle. 

WILLIAMS (Captain-elect)— '"Pinkie, " playing his 
first year of varsity ball, was outstanding in a heavy 
line for his aggressiveness. The fact that he was 
chosen at the end of the season to captain the 1933 
Pack speaks for his ability at the pivot position. 

ROYAL — Ken is one of the most dependable little 
men to ever wear a Panther uniform. He could 
swing nut of his guard position, throw a high body 
block on the Crescent Limited, and come up smiling. 
This was his third year on the varsity. 

GARMON— "Old Lady" Garmon will always hi 
remembered as the hefty tackle with an enormous 
appetite for action — even in pictures. He was a hard 
man to stop — once hi* g:it warmed up. 

JAMES — Ben, unfortunately, tried to carry a heavy 
V. ('. team on a sight-seeing tour of Winston-Salem 






PUSZY 



his shoulder — and was, therefore, out during 
the latter part of the season with a painful injury. 
lie- h;as niie more year of football before him and 
ought to be among the "greats" next year. 

KNOPP — Don. the light-haired, mild-voiced little 
Pennsylvania!!, came in just a little late, but in plenty 
of time to prove that he is a back that is a back. 
He is a freshman, and should see three good years 
of football as a Panther. 

BRYANT — "Pop," cavorting as a Panther for his 
first year, gave promise of offering great things as a 
back before his school career ends. A good ball- 
carrier and one of the best defensive players is a brief 

summary of his ability. 

SHERRIL— Dream Boy," freshman fullback, shoul- 
tU-vi.il most of the kicking and passing duties of the 
Pack. With three more years of football before him 
he should make one of the best backs in the Con- 
ference. 

PUSEY — Injuries could not stop this flashing red- 
head from Delaware, who played the last few games 
of the season while handicapped by an injured arm. 
Courage under pressure, speed and aggressiveness 
characterized every minute of Pusey's play. 

SWART— Ken, playing his last year with the Pack, 
had one of his best seasons. Little ground was gained 
by the opposition around his end of the line, and it 
was a familiar sight to see this speedy flankman 
drift in behind the interference and bring down the 
ball-carrier. 




WILLIAMS 





GARMON 




SWART 




SMITH 




PSNKSTON 



PURR 





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PHILLIPS 



GRAHAM 



SMITH— "Burr-Head," a hefty back from South 
Carolina, was the only experienced backfield man to 
return to school, and was called upon to do the "heavy 
work" of the backfield. One of the best defensive men 
on the squad, "Smitty" could also be depended on for 
a couple of yards through the line at any time, 

PINKSTON — This boy will always he rememhered 
for the great defensive game against P, C. in Winston- 
Salem. One sport writer said of it: "The defensive 
game put up by this hoy in a faded purple jersey out- 
shone by far the brilliant offense of the entire P. C. 
team." 

FURR — This big guard from Kannapolis, while only 
a freshman, saw enough service to prove that he has 
the making of a good lineman. 




ROAirsez 






JLOHR 



GAITH£R 



RITCHIE 



CANNOV 



CANNOY — After three years of apprentice- 
ship, Cannoy took advantage of his oppor- 
tunities and broke into enough games to prove 
that he was a courageous little guard of no 
mean ability. 

STONE — In his first year of college foot- 
ball, Stone came through and developed into 
one of the most aggressive ends in the Pan- 
ther camp. He is a freshman and is eligible 
for three more years of varsity competition. 

PHILLIPS— This little boy ran the "pony 
backfield" and made a very good job of it. 
lie has the making of a varsity quarterback. 

GRAHAM— Ray was handicapped a great 
part of the season by injuries. He developed 
into a good defensive man and was one of 
the best pass-snatchers in the Panther camp. 

RONYECZ — "Bobo" was general handy 
man, playing his end with the best of them 



and dropping back when necessary to get off 
a punt, lie is a sophomore and will have 
two more seasons to roam the flanks of Pan- 
ther teams. 

RITCHIE — Coming out after a successful 
high school football career, this local hoy took 
over the quarterback duties for the Pack in 
his freshman year. He proved to be a brainy 
little field general. 

GAITHER — This boy was States ville's con- 
tribution to the "pony backfield." He is a fast 
and elusive runner and should develop into 
a good varsity man. 

LOHR— "Soldier" had a great deal of 
trouble in teaching the boys the "private's 
vocabulary" early in the season, lie is a 
scrappy little guard who will see much ac- 
tion on the varsity within the next three 
years. 




Back rev;: Coach Be All, Royal, Swart, Smith, Bryant, Williams, Captain Craver 
Front row: Furk. Graham, Pusev, Hritsik, Romvecz 



RESUME 



Taken from a standpoint of games won and 
games lost, the 1932 football season might not 
seem very successful. However, considering the 
handicap caused by the lack of experienced ma- 
terial, the season was not so disastrous. The lack 
of experience instigated the boys to fight harder, 
making the opponents earn every single yard they 
made. 

The highlights of the season occurred when 
Appalachian and Elon fell victims of the Pan- 
thers. According to sport scribes both teams were 
rated superior — before the game. Howevet, the 
Panthers decisively outplayed them. 

The Pack went down to Spartanburg to open 
the season against the Wofford Terriers. The Ter- 
riers had things pretty much their own way to 
win, 35 to 0. 

The Indians of Catawba took the second game. 
Led by an elusive phantom, Ceasaro, the boys 
from Salisbury gained a 28 to decision. 

Presbyterian College flashed a snappy offense 
against the Panther in Winston to win the third 



game, 39 to 0, despite a great defensive game 
some of the Panthers put up. 

Panther stock received a severe setback when 
Guilford upset the dop; bucket and smashed out 
a 45 to win. The Panther defense crumbled in 
the last half. 

The second Panther invasion of South Carolina 
soil almost brought results, Erskine scraped a 9 
to win off the scrapping Panthers. 

The Beallmen came into their own on Home- 
Coming Day. The Pack pushed Elon around for 
a six-point victory in a thrilling exhibition of foot- 
ball. The 1932 victory is the first in several years 
Over the Elonites. 

Yet tasting the blood of Elon, the Pack placed 
a strong Appalachian team on the skids to gain a 
13 to 6 decision. 

The final game was played — -or swum — against 
Lenoir-Rhyne. A heavy rain slowed Up the Pan- 
ther offensive, giving the Bears a chance to scrub 
a 19 to win. 




Back row: Stokes, Hunter, Pihkstok, Ino.e, Km Mvnacer Davidson 

Front row: Self, Von Drehle, Sherrill, Thompson, Crissman, Ferree, Trainer Coble 



High Point . . 
Wofford 


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High Point 
Catawba . . . 

High Point 









28 



P. C. 




39 

.... 
45 




High Point 




Guilford 
High Point 








9 


High Point 
Elon 




6 






High Point 
Appalachian . . 

High Point 
Lenoif-Rhyne 




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Manager 



CO-CAPTAINS 
CARL SMITH KENNETH SWART 




BASKETBALL 





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KEN SWART 

Ken brought his basketball career to a close with an ex- 
ceptionally good season. Contrary to popular opinion, he proved 
to be as strong on offense as on defense. He shared the duties 
of captain with Smith and shouldered this added responsibility 
in great style. 

CLARENCE MORRIS 

Morris is one of the three seniors who saw action this year. 
Although he did not play in every game, he broke into enough 
to display a knowledge and love for the popular sport. Some of 
his side court hook shots were good enough to put a couple of 
games on the ice. 




ROBERT WILLIAMS 

Campus "experts" do not hesitate to predict a great season 
for the "pink-haired" flash from Efland next year, He devel- 
oped into one of the best men on the squad and is second to 
none in courage and sportsmanship. 



BILL BRYANT 

"Pop" Bryant is another of the first year men who is ex- 
pected to shine next year. He was an understudy for one of 
the guard berths and got into enough games to prove that he 
will be there next year, 

RAY GEORGE 

Ray is a fast little forward who should deliver the goods be- 
fore he leaves school. He was not a regular, but did take every 
opportunity to show that he could deliver when needed. 



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Graham 



Culler 



Carl Smith 




RONYECZ 



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CARL SMITH 

"Smitty" shared the duties of captain with Swart this year 
and yet found time to put out a brand of play that deserves 
mention. A consistent point maker was not his only quality, as 
he is one of the best defensive guards in the conference. 

BROADUS CULLER 

Culler came out for the varsity with a brilliant high school 
record behind him. The jump from high school to college did 
not prove too great for him and he performed just as bril- 
liantly on the hardwood for the Panthers. Great things are ex- 
pected from the diminutive forward. 

RAY GRAHAM 

Graham, playing his first year on a Panther basketball team, 
handled the center position in great style. He was one of the 
big guns in the offense of the Pack, and was continually bang- 
ing around to check the scoring aspirations of the opposing 
pivot man. 

ZOLTAN RONYECZ 

"Bobo" came back after an absence of one year to become 
the Panther "handy man." He was shifted to every position on 
the court and delivered the same steady game from each. He 
has two more years of happy hunting with the Pack. 

SIDNEY SMITH 

Sid was not used as a regular this year, but he always de- 
livered the goods when sent into the game. He handles the ball 
well and should give a good account of himself during the next 
two years. 



Sid Smith 




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RESULTS 



High Point 40; 

High Point 30; 

High Point 52 ; 

High Point 58; 

High Point 29; 

High Point 30; 

High Point 35; 

High Point 47 ; 

High Point 29; 

High Point 40; 

High Point 3=j ; 



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High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 



43; 
38; 
32; 
36; 
53? 
46; 

35; 
49; 



H. P. Y. M. C. A 35 

Kannapolis Y 33 

N. C. C. W 8 

Gibsonville A. C 27 

Catawba 31 

Appalachian 29 

Lenoir-Rnyne 40 

Catawba 52 

Kannapolis Y 31 

Atlantic Christian 38 

E. C, T. C 



High Point 31 ; 



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... 46 

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■ - .38 
... 47 
... 41 
... 24 
... 29 

Lenoir-Rhyne 37 

Elon 32 



Guilford .... 
Appalachian . . 

Elon 

Atlantic Christian 
Guilford .... 
F. C. T. C. . . 
N. C. C. W. . . 




PURPLE KITTENS 



The Purple Kitten squad was organized under the direction of 
Winfred Beck, assistant in the Physical Education Department. 
These basketeers were selected from the boys who were not quite 
good enough for the varsity squad, yet, showed much prospect. 

Much credit is due Beck for his persistence in drilling the boys 
in the fundamentals of the game, and to Coach Yow, who also 
found time to aid the squad. Although not as successful in the 
number of wins as they might have been, the young Panthers put 
up some good games against their opponents. 

Jim Patch and Lee Sherrill were the ball-hawk forwards, while 
C annoy and Crickmore were the mainstays at guard. Davidson 
and Furr alternated at the pivot post. Beck had plenty of reserve 
material in the other bovs. 



BASEBALL 

After a lapse of two years, baseball was reinstated at High Point 
this year under the direction of Coach Virgil Yow. The national pas- 
time had been abolished for the two previous years due to the lack of the 
required facilities. 

Coach Yow, serving his first year as baseball mentor, was confronted 
with the task of molding a team from green material. When the 
first call for practice was issued in March, only three men reported who 
had seen any service as college baseball players. However, there was a 
strong array of talent reporting for practice, giving Coach plenty of 
inexperienced material to pick from for the Panther nine. 

An extensive schedule was arranged for the Purple and White dia- 
mond artists. All the teams in the North State Conference were met 
as well as teams from other colleges. Considering the two-year lay-off, 
Coach Yow and the boys deserve much credit for the showing they made 
in all games. 



North State Conference Schedule 



Apr 

Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 



1 i Atlantic Christian 

1 4 Catawba 

In Guilford 

1 13 Elon 

1 15 •' Guilford 

1 21 Elon 

1 26 Lenoir-Rhyne 

1 29 Catawba 

May 4 Lenoir-Rhyne 

May 6 Guilford 

May 9 Atlantic Christian 




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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY 

"Fnr Christ timi tin- Churck" 

Officers 

W. M. Howard Prtsidm 

Ola Stafford rUt-Pnadm 

Margaret Pickett Secretary 

Lester Furr Treasurer 

G, W. Apple Monitor 



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D WIGHT Davidson-, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

Joe Craver Business Manager 

N. P. Yarborough Faculty Advisor 

Elizabeth Gurley issodate Editor 

Larry Yount Sports Editor 

Doris Keener Associate Editor 

John Ward Feature Editor 



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Jons K. Ward 

Arthur Dickens 

Robert Williams . . . 
John Taylor . . . 
Frances Taylor . 
D WIGHT Davidson . 
Mks. A lick P. White 



Editor-in-Chief 

, . . . Business Manager 

. Manaiiitui Editor 

Associate Editor 

. Feature Editor 

Associate Editor 

Family Advisor 



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ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Mascot; Betty Auman 

Malta: Maidenly Virtue and Purity 
Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Jonquil 

Officers 

Ina McAdams President Joyce Julian Chaplain 

Jane Linco I'ice-President Alma Anorews Pianist 

Edythe Hughes . Secretary Abylene McCollum ...... Chorister 

Doris Keener Treasurer MakV Ward Johnson Monitor 

Elizabeth Ross Critic Frances Taylor . . Forensic Council Rep. 



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AKROTHINIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Colors: Green ami White 



Organized 1926 



Motto: Find a Wav or Make One 



Flower: Fern 



Sprint/ Semester 
. Dwicht Davidson' 
. . John Taylor 
. . . John Ward 



Officers 

Fail Semester 

Tony Simeon President , , 

Robert Williams Vice-President 

George Crickmore . Secretary 

Harvey Pkessley ■ Assistant Secretary Paul Von Cannon 

Larry Yount Treasurer Larry Yount 

John Ward Critic Tony Simeon 

John Ward Forensic Council Representative John Ward 

Harry Finch Marshal 



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Nelle Marie Humphreys, Mascot 
Colors: Lavender ami White Flower: Lavender Iris 

Motto: Victory Crowns Patience 

Officers 

Elizabeth Gurley President Elva Cartner Chorister 

Edith Guthrie ...... Vice-President Oka Mae Welborn Treasurer 

Virginia Masse y ....... Secretary Unity Nash Chaplain 

Laura Braswell Pianist Acnes Ingram Critic 

Mildred Russell Monitor Unity Nash . Forensic Council Representative 

Madelyn Packer ....... Reporter 



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Colon: Purple and Gold 



Fall Semester 
Ralph Jacks . . 
Tyree Lindley . 
Ollie Knight . . 
G, W. Apple . . 
Lester Furr . . 
Carl Smith . . 
Forrest Wagoner 
Howard Pickett . 
Joe Coble , . . 
Marvin Hedrick . 
John Morgan . . 



Organized 1924 



Mritlo: Ma>ter [■ irst 1 >ui>eh i-. 



Flower: White Rose 



Officers 

Spring Semester 

. . . . President Lester Furr 

. . . lice-President Vernon Cannot 

. . . , Secretary Howard Pickett 

. Assistant Secretary John Austin 

. , . Treasurer Marvin' HEDRICK 

Critic Ralph Jacks 

. . . . Chaplain Millard Isley 

. . . Society Reporter Ollie Knicht 

. . . Press Reporter Jasper Jones 

. , . . Marshal G. W. Apple 

Forensic Courti.il Representative Hoyt Wood 



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Officers 

John Ward President 

Edith Guthrie Secretary 

Representatives 

lota Tau Kappa Sigma Alpha Phi Delta Alpha Epsilon 

John Ward Edith Guthrie Tony Simeon 

C. R. Hinshaw Miss Louise Jennings J. II. Allrejj 

Tluta Phi Epsilon Eta Phi Alpha Theta Pu 

Elizabeth Gurley Carl Smith Agnes Ingram 

Miss Margaret Sloan J. H. Moukane Mrs. Alice White 

Representatives OF Faculty 
Dean Mary E. Young Dean H. L, Spessard 



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Flowrr: White Rose 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 

Miss Margaret Sloan 
Mrs. N. P. Varborough 




Colors; 



Apple and Olive 
Green 



Jewel Hughes 

Lillian Buckner Phillips 

WlLLARD ShACKLEFORD 

Vis i a Dixon 
Helen; Haves 
A\s Rounixs 
Huldah Dixon 
Elizabeth Hanner 
Pauline Whitaker 
Vikginia Pickens Garland 
Li i. a Aaron 
Dorothy Hoskins 

■ — Deceased. 



sorores ex-collegio 

Fanny Stamey 

Margaret Thompson 
Dorothy Kir km an 

Eugenia Williams Strause 
Margaret Perry Ellington 
Pauline Hunter 
Margaret GuRLEy 
Lillie Jane Long 
Leon a Woon 
Nettie Stuart 
Helen Osborne 
Kalopia Antonakos 



SoRORES IN COLLECIO 

Frances Taylor 
Ilia Johnson 
Doris Keener 
Alma Andrews 
Adylene McCollum 

!■'.] 1/ i Ross 

Elizabeth Gurley 
Mary Reid Idol 



Pauline Elkins Whiteside 
Spencer Cutchin Pasciiall 
Ruth Woodcock 

I 11/ Mil I II BnrA\ \ 

Eloise Beam 
*Eva Ellis Hart 
Eleanor Young 
Sue Morgan 
Ruby Varner Ward 
Mrs. Madelene B. Street 
Miss Dorothy St. Clair 
Miss Mildred Luce 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 



HoNORARl SuR<)Rr-;s 

Mrs. P. E. Liwdley 
Mrs. B. IJ. Hill 




SORORES IN FaCULTATE 
Mrss I'iK.i I diii 
Miss Ruth Bellamy 
Miss Lou tse Jennings 





SoRORES IN* COLLECIO 




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Elva Cartner 


Jessie Smith 


Fin the Hughes 


Frances McCrary 


Ism a Paschall 


Joyce Julian 


Edith Guthrie 


Cornelia Howard 




Mildred Russell 


Jake Lingo 

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Virginia Massey 
X-COLLEGIO 






Anzelette Prevost 


Elizabeth N. Sides 


Effie Keck 


Grace Barn e tie 




Nathalie Lackev 


JUANTTA AmICK 


Bessie Reuutne 


Ruby VVarlick 




Verdi e Marshbanks 


Laura Thompson 


Wanda Penny 


Gladys Morris 




Olive Thomas 


I.elia Wagner Coble 


Hilda AmICK 


Emma Lee Poole 




Gladys Guthrie 


Minnie Caffey Pope 


Edna Nicholson 


Martha Clontz 




Mary Doank Rankin 


Gertrude Rule 


Lucy Nunery 


Hazel Hicks Davis 




Adelaide Crovyell 


AtTA Allen 


Grace Keck 


Pauline Hicks 




Riiuvator English 


Minnie Herman- 


Fanny Net Freeman 


Mildred Marlette 




Rae Smith 


Annie Livencood 


Allene Fuouay 


Mil iiri i) Ri i>« ini 




Rachel Ingram 


Mae Woolen 


Elizabeth Rogers 


Mary Beth VVarlick 





Elizabeth Crowell 



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Flower: Red Rose 




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Gladys Culler 
Mrs, M. L. Patrick 

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Thelma Moss 
Juanita Andrews 
Grace Koomv 

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Lucille Brown 
Louise Collett 
Leslie Johnson' 



Mrs. H, A. White 
Mrs. J. C. Whitesell 



SoRORL ; S 

Acnes Ingram 
Jewell Welch 
Viri. Andrews 
Or a Mae WelbORN 



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Ernestine VonCannon 
Vera Smith 
Helen Raper 
Annie Laurie Moss 



SciRORES Ex-COLLEGIO 



Charlene Grimes 
Evelyn Seward 
Helen Barker 
Kathleen Teague 
Mrs. Carl Brink lev 
Irene Seward 
Helen Snyder 



Lucille Morrison 
Mrs. C. C. Hoover 
Annie Lee Jarrell 
Margaret Davis 
Virginia Stroupe 
Mrs. John Ogburn 
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HoXORARI SoRORES 

Mrs. R. M. Andrews Mrs. S. O, Peebles 
Miss Bonnie Enoch Mrs. E. L. Douglas 



Irene Chad wick 
Madelyn Packer 
Virginia Fritz 



Velna Teague 
I'.l 1/ u;ki ir Voki.ey 
Ruth Henley 
Rosalie Andrews 
Novella McIntire 
Blanche Gilliam 
Claire Douglas 



Mrs. F. A. Thomas 
Mrs. G. I. Humphreys 



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Members 



Robert Williams 
Carl Smith 
Sidney Smith 
Hugh McCacijerx 



Homer BrvEMS 
Howard Pickett 
Harry Finch 
Bill Svotjierly 



Pledge 
Herbert Garmon 

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Kenneth Swart 






Ernest Howell 


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ZOLTAN ROKVECZ 






Tom Ellis 


Nicholson Neville 






Joe Stone 






James Hicht 


Albert Smith 








Harvey Pressley 






Paul VonCannon 








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Arthur Dickens 


Frank Sudia 


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D wight Davidson 


Kenneth Royals 


Johs Taylor 


George Pusey 


R. H. Smith 


Cuktiss Humphreys 




J ohm Ward 


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Sam Troutman 




C. L. Gray, Jr. 


George Crick' more 


Bev James 





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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS, A.M., D.D., President 
"In the Heart of the Piedmont" 

MODERN FIRE-PROOF BUILDINGS 
NON-SECTARIAN 

CO-EDUCATIONAL 

Rated Standard "A" Grade by State Board of Education 

Courses in Education, Language, History, Commerce, Home Economics, Science, 
Religious Education, Music — leading to degrees of A.B. or B.S. 

Low Rates Put College Training in Reach of the Youth With Limited Means 

"A Growing College in a Growing City" 

For Catalogue Apply to 

PRESIDENT OR REGISTRAR 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE HIGH POINT, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



CAROLINA CASKET CO. 



Sporting Goods and Every- 
thing in Hardware 

We Appreciate Your Patronage 

HIGH 
POINT HARDWARE 

127 South Main Street 



THE 1933 ZENITH 

Is Bound in a 

KINGSCRAFT COVER 




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KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 
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CLOVER BRAND ICE CREAM 

AND 

PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 

"None Better" 

HIGH POINT CREAMERY COMPANY 



LARGE OR SMALL 
SAVINGS 

Accounts Appreciated 

Globe 
Industrial Bank 

5% INTEREST 



THIS SPACE GIVEN 


BY 


J. T. ROUNDTREE 


AND 


D. M. DAVIDSON 


Glbsonvllle, N. C. 



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Utility Service and tlie Community 

More than any other one factor, the quality of its utility serv- 
ices determines the desirability and attractiveness of a community 
for business or as a place in which to live. 

In industry and in the home the application of electricity to 
industrial and household operations is multiplying the effective- 
ness of the labor of the worker and relieving the housekeepers of 
drudgery and fatigue. And while it increases the efficiency of the 
individual, it raises the qual'ty of the work accomplished as well. 

We invite attention to the standard of utility services in the 
cities in which we supply these essentials to modern living and 
modern business. 

SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES 
COMPANY 



Operating 1500 Department 
Stores 



J.C. Penney Co. 



Dry Cleaners and Dyers 

"WE KLEAN KLOTHES KLEAN" 

HIGH POINT 
STEAM LAUNDRY 

PHONE 3325 



The High Point, Thomasville & Denton 
Railroad Company 

Is an outstanding example of accomplishment as the result of 
co-operation and steady hard work. Large or small, any com- 
munity thrives only when there is co-operation and a general 

spirit of service. 



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205 Centennial Avenue Phone 3364 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Laundrying p Cleaning 

Altering Dyeing 

"BEST WORK AND QUICK SERVICE" 



FOR 



Quality Printing 



SEE 



THE CREATIVE 
PRINT SHOP 



106 COLLEGE STREET 

Telephone 2645 



Lay Your Foundation For Future 
Success By Buying 

PERFECT PROTECTION 

WHICH PAYS EvI RY DAY 

And Covers All Insurance Needs 

N. L. Garner, Agency 

Occidental Life Insurance Co. 
809 Commercial Bank Building: 



For Quality Shoe Repairing 

Call 4313 

W. C. BROWN 

SHOE SHOP 

"Work Called For and Delivered" 
128 N. Wrenn Street 



Compliments of 

J. W. SECHREST AND SON 



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COMPLIMENTS 




OF 




G. Edwin Hedrick 


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Class of 1930 





Mann Drug Stores 

Drugs With a 
Reputation 

Elwood Hotel Building 
640 North Main Street 
2164 — PHONES — 4312 



THIS SPACE DONATED BY 

THE 

Artemesian and Akrothinian 
Literary Societies 



OF 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



Dr. Nat Walker 

Optometrist 

Over Hart Drug Company 

Next to Post Office 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments 

1931 Zenitk Staff 

HART CAMPBELL 
Editor 

CLYDE PUGH 
Business Manager 



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OF 

Gibson Ice Cream 
Company 

Phone 2401 100, 781 N. Main St. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

in Bottles 
GREENSBORO 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



Compliments of 

Gibsonville Hosiery 
Mills Company 

GIBSONVILLE, N. C. 

to the 

Class of 1933 



Lyles 
Chevrolet Company 

AND 

Rev. C. G. Isley 

Class of 1932 



AU REVOIR, BUT NOT GOOD-BYE! 

May We Continue To Serve You 
in the Future 



SARTIN DRY CLEANING CO. 

AND 

DUTCH LAUNDRY, Inc. 

Friendly Cleaners and Launderers 



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WERE MADE BY 






Incorporated 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



The Largest College Annual 
Photographers in the South 



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continued patronage. ♦ We are ready 
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