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MAX ROGERS 

EDITOR 

ROBT. B. THAYER 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



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CONTENTS 



I'd ok One flic College 



Book Tw 



The Classes 



Book Three 



. Organizations 



Book Four Alhlelies 



Book Five 



Feal ures 




II' we can rekindle in your hear! mem- 
ories luill'-l'urunllni; recoil helmed Paces 
and associations far in the future, then 
we have accomplished our purpose and 
are hopp\ in present to you this- 



THE ZENITH FOR 19-58 



To Henhy Albion Millis 



Who, as a citizen, is highly respected; 

as a churchman, is regarded a loader; 

as a man interested in youth, is wideh 
appreciated; 

as a Trustee of the College, is greatlj 
honored; and more especially, 

because of his ihouuhl for the welfare and 
progress of the College as manifested in his 
priuile and public concern, we dedicate 



THE ZENITH OF [938 




HEN It Y A I. HI ON MILL1S 



BOOK 



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H I <3 H POINT COLLEGE 




GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS, A.M., D.D., LL.D. 

PRESIDENT 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



H. A. Millis 

N. M. Harbison 

Dr. J. W. Pritchard 
Dr. G. I. Humphreys 
Rev. J. C. Auman 
Mr. C. F. Finch 
Mr. H. A. Millis 
Mr. G. H. Kearns 
Mr. B, K. Milloway 
Rev. N. M. Harrison 
Mr. C. C. Robbins 
Mr. J. S. Pickett 
Dr. S. W. Taylor 
Mr. L. F. Ross. 

Mr. E. 



Preiidcm 

SeCTCIjry-Trtjturer 

Mrs. M. J. Wrenn 
Mr. A. M. Ran*in 
Dr. W. A. Lambeth 
Rev. J. E. Pritchand 
Mr. R. M. Cox 
Dr. J. H. Cutchin 
Mr. Charles W. McChaky 
Dr. J. D. Williams 
Mr. J. M. Milliran 
Mr. .1. Norman Wills 
Mr. F. Logan Porter 
Mrs. C. F. Finch 
T. Tbagub 



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THE 19 3 5 ZENITH 



T H E 




FACULTY 




MISS LOUISE ADAMS. A.M. 
Proffi "i of Mathematiu 

A.B . High Point CoII.bc 1919; A.M.. Umv.-iiv 
of Notth Carolina, 1950. 
High Point College. I93J- 



I HOBART ALLRED. A.B. 
Profcstoi »t Modern LjnxujKo 

AB, University of Norlh Carolina, 1922; A.B.. 

ibid . 1929. 

High Point College, 1924- 






MISS LOLA BARRY. B.S. 

Pro/cut" i)f Home Economic* 

B S . Tennessee State Teachers College. 1930: MS 

L'niversitv of Tennessee. 1934. 

High Point College. 1936- 



MISS ELDA CLARK, A.B. 

hum Pn'/nii" of liu-tnex AJirti'imi.iiifft 

A B , High Point College, 1929. 
High Point College. 193V 





EDMUND O. CUMMINGS, Ph.D. 
PruftHor of Chtmiilry 

B.S., University of N. C, 1919; Ph.D., Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1923. 
High Point College. 1928- 



E. BARTON DULAC. B.S. 
Piofriior of I':, 'in, . AJminittrjtinn 

B.S.. Syracuse. 1926; Graduate Work, N. Y. State 

Teachers College and N. Y. University. 

High Point College. 1937- 





E. C. GLASGOW, A.B. 
.-ImiMnr Profeiioi "/ Eighth 

A.B.. High Point College. 1930; Graduate Work. 

University of North Carolina. 1935. 1937. 

High Point College, 1937- 



MRS LILLIAN M. GREEN 

Hume Mi'lhc- Hoy*' Dortrlllory 
High Point College, 1937- 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



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A C U L T Y 



R. HOWARD GUNN. A.B. 
Amount Ptejaun of J..m(n Adminiuratmii 

A.B.. Elon College, 1934. 
High Point Collect. 1929- 



NATHANIEL M HARRISON. B.S. 
Piomolionjl Secretary 

A.B.. Western Maryland College. 1916: B.D 

Westminster Theological Seminary, 1919. 

High Point College, 1950- 



BEN H. HILL, Ph.D. 
Pio/etwr of Biology 

A.B.. Texas Christian University, 1921. MS 

192*! Ph D.. University of Illinois. 1952. 

High Point College. 1929 1932, 1957- 



CLIFFORD R. H1NSHAW. A.M.. I.itt.D. 
Protestor ol Education jh<1 Psychology 

A.B.. Guilford College. 1916; A.M.. University ol" 

N. C., 1924; A.M., Columbia University, 1927; 

Litt.D.. Western Maryland College. 1952. 

High Poinr College, 1927- 



MISS VERA IDOL. A.M. 

Profeiiar (•/ Engliih 

A.B.. Greensboro College. 1921; B.S.. Columbia 

University. 1023; A.M., ibid , 1927; Oxford Urn 

versity. 1928. 

Huh Point College. 1924- 



PAUL S. KENNETT. B.D., I.L.D. 
Profenor of Hitlory 

A.B.. Guilford College, 1913; B.D., Wesrminste. 

Theological Seminary, 1917; LL.D ., Adrian Col- 

lege. 1928. 

High Point College, 1924- 



PERCY E LINDLEY, A.M.. Litt.D. 

Dean of College j'iu 1 ProftitOI of Religion' 

Education 

A.B.. Elon College. 1920; A.M., Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity. 1921; Litt.D., Western Maryland College, 
1928. 
High Point College. 19.24- 



A C. LOVELACE. A.M. 
Anittanl Pm/riiuj <>/ Educalton 

A.B.. Wake Forest, 1916; A.M., Duke Univrrsirv. 

1931. 

High Point College, 1957- 







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THE I Q 3 5 ZENITH 



T H E 



FACULTY 




MUS. MABEL I . MILLIKAN A.D. 
Soiiat Director Woman's Hall 

A.B., Asheville Normal. 1902. 
High Point College, 1956 



1 HARI.EY MOURANE. M.S. 
Profeiiai o\ Chrmhlry and Phyiiei 

B.S., Univer»ity of N. C . 1932; M.S., ibid.. 
1924- 

High Point College, 1924. 




MISS JANET C. RUSSELL. B.S. 

PlojtxtOI Oi fviU'AC 

with Egon Petri and Tobias Mattbay. London. 19J5 

Oberlin Comeivatory of Music. 1912; Piano S:udv 

1936. 

High Point College. 1936- 



MISS GERTRUDE STRICKLER, A.M. 

Director of Phyncal Education lor Women 

A.M.. University of Mis50un. 1937. 
High Point College. 1937- 







MRS C. I.. WHITAKER 
Dietitian 



MRS ALICE PAIGE WHITE. A.M. 

Librarian and Atintanl Profeunr •»/ £ng/i h 

A.B., Boston University. 1893; A.M.. Teachers 
College, Columbia University, 1907. 

High Point College, 1924- 



NATHANIEL P. YARBOROUGH. AM 

Regitlrai and Auociatr Profctior of Mode.n 

Language 

A.B., Woffoid College, 1923; A.M.. University of 

South Caiolina. 1928; Diploma from In-ti:ute of 

Phonetics. University of Paris. 1933. 

High Point College. 1925- 



C VIRGIL YOW. A.B. 

Coach and Director Phyncal Training for Me. 

A.B., High Point College. 1930. 

High Point College. 1932- 



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THE 1 Q 3 2 ZENITH 



Senior cAutographs 



[16] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




Gibhi. Kaolin, Lackey. Marnn 



OFFICERS 



OCCO GIBBS 

Preiidtnl 



ROBERT B. RANKIN 



CERELDA LACKEY 
C. W. MARTIN 



Senior (lass 



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THE I93X ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



John R. Albertson 

HIGH POWTT, M. C. 
LB. 

Rutherford College. 1.2. 

John's quiet, unobtrusive manner tells us noth- 
ing 1.1 himself. We do know, though, that he 
is a Southerner ot the old breed— easy-going, 

slow, lull right there when needed. I no, John 
is a friend to everyone. 



Elizabeth Bagwell 
henderson, n. c. 

.1.11. 

Nrkanthan Literary Society. 1. 2. 3. 4; President. 4; 

Christian Endeavor. I, 2, 3, 4; President. 4; W. A. 

A.. 3. 4; Marshal. 3; Class Secretary, ?: Who's Who, 

4; Lighted Lamp, 3, 4. 

Lib's being tiny does mil prevent her receiving 
mam honors here. 



Margaret Brown Bailey 
high point, n'. c. 

.1.11. 

G. C, !•, Who's Who, 4. 

A ready smile, kindness, soft voice, willing- 
ness to help, a great deal of intelligence — this 
and much, much more go to make up the 
whole of Margaret Bailey. We admire her 
fine efforts towards winning a degree. 



William C. Barnhouse 

BELLE VALLEY, OHIO 

.LB. 

Akrorhinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain, 1, 
2; Y, M. C. A., I. 2. 3; Secretary. 2; Ministerial 
Association, 1. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President, 2; Secretary, 2; 
Hi-Po, 1. :. 3, 4; Circulation Department, 1, 2; Ad- 
vertising Manager, 3; Business Manager, 4. 

"Barny" is a horn politician. 



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HI fill POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




Braxton Karl Barrett 

como, n. c. 

A.B. 

Chowan. 1. 2. J. 

However badly his former school maj miss 
Earl's presence, we are certain!} glad lr 
chose our campus (his year. He's (|iiict but 
Studious and we can assure you thai he will 
reach the top some day. 



June L. Beans 

KAMSKl'R, N. C. 
,1.11. 

S A E 

Guilford, I, 2. }; Thalean Literary Society, 4. 

He may be small, yet he is O. K. when ir 
comes t" study, sport, and other extra-curricu- 
lar activities. We hope he is as proud of hi* 
Alma Mater as we shall be of him. 



James R. Brandon 

HIGH POINT, V. C. 

A.B. 
A A E 

We hear that lames played around during his 
Freshman year, hut really set to work with 
gusto afterward. His efforts will surely be 
amply rewarded when he receives his degree 
this spring. The campus organizations will 
miss his smile. 



Rl'TH Briles 

IIICH POINT, N. C. 

A.B. 

Ruth, we know, is pleasant, sweet and kind to 
everyone. Although there has not been much 
time for outside activities, a genuine Interest 
and appreciation for music and an ardent zeal 
for study ranks her as one of our best students. 



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THE 1938 ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



W. Earl Brinklev 

THOMASVILI.E, N". C. 

././,'. 

Soccer. 1. 2, 3; Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Football, -4; 

Dormitory Council. 4; Baseball. I, 2, 3, 4: Block "H" 

Club. 2. 3. 4. 

Basketball claims pan of Earl's time; yei he 
finds time t"r study. 



David K. Cooper 

men point, N. c. 

f. ii e 

Hi Po, I, 2, J, 4; Editor, 4; Student Council, 3. 4; 
Treasurer. 3, 4; Band, 1, 2. 3. 4; Akrothinian Lit- 
erary Society. 1. 2, 3. 4; Treasurer. 2: Vice-President. 
3; Tennis Team, 3. 4; Who's Who, 4. 

David's newsy "-.coops" will help him keep 
the wolf from his tloor. 



Edka Mae Edwards 

portsmouth, va. 

./.«. 

Chowan. I. 2. 3; Artemesian Literary Society, 4. 

Edna Mae'? interest in hooks, as evidenced by 

her work in the new library, will give her 

main outlooks ami opportunities for greater 

success in the teaching field. 



Hildreth Violet Gabriel 

HIGH POIST, fj. C. 

.1.11. 

A I I' 

Aitemesian Literary Society. I, 2, 3, 4; Critic, 4; Vice- 
President. 3; Marshal. 3. 

A smiling face, a cheery "hello," quiet de- 
meanor, literary society, marshal, honor roll, 
practice teacher — all these are definitely part 
of Hildreth. 



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HUH POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




Occo Dermont GlBBS 

G1BSONV1LLE, N. C. 

.1.11. 

I 1 K 

Dormitory Council. I; Thalean Literary Society. 1. 2. 
3, 4; President, 4; C. E.. I. 2. 3. 4: Vice-President 
Student Council, 3; Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4; Vice- 
President, 3; Athletic Association, 3. 4; Zenith, 3, 
Basketball Manager. 3; Chief Marshal, 3: Class Presi 
dent. 4; Who's Who. 4. 



Ji'ne A i.sox Gray 

HIGH POINT, (J. C 

B.S. 

V. II 8 

Akrotlunian Literary Society, 1.2, 3, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent, 2; Critic, 3; Student Council. 2; Soccer. 2; Class 
President, 3; Marshal, 3; Forensic Representative, 3, 4. 

Alsim can make as big a success i>f hardware 
as he has of school life. 



Thermon Erastls Gregg 
shelbv, n". c. 

.1.11. 
A A E 

Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, I. 2: Soccer. I, 2; 

Block "H" Club. 2, 3, 4; Football. 4. 

A participant in basketball and baseball, a 

fervent enthusiast for all uther sports, we liml 
in "Rass" also a real friend. 



William Carey H.areli. 

EUKR, N". C. 

././(. 

William and Mary. I: Chowan. 2. 3. 

Carey is a new student on our campus this 
semester, yet we hear that he spends his time 
wisely since he finished his practice teaching 
several davs ahead of most the Other students. 



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THE 1938 ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



Wayne Harris 

Kl'IIIKKI IIRIilON, V l. 

i: ii e 

Akrothiman Literary Society, 1, 2, i. 4; Varsity Bas- 
ketball. |, I, 1, 4; Captain, 4: Soccet, I, 2. i. 4. 
Block "H" Club. 1. 2. J. 4; Baseball, I, I, 3. 4. 

Basketball, soccer, fraternity, baseball, literary 

soclet) — all will miss Wayne's ready aid. 



Mary Ruth Henm;ricks 

1 1 ten POINT, », C. 

Lit. 

A T I- 

Nikanrhan Literary Society. 1. 2, 3, 4; Choir. 2. 3. 

One doesn't see >o very much of Ruth, because 

she haunts the day student room most of th; 

time, but when she is seen, she is always 

laughing and smiling at everyone. 



Thomas Hampton Hii.liard 

iikimasvii.i.k, \\ c. 

././;. 

Thomas finds very little time for the extra- 
curricular activities of the college, yet from 
the little time that most ol us arc around him, 
we get that impression of a person who comes 
to college to get the most out of it. 



L. Jean Holloman 

AULANDER, N. C. 
R.S. in llumr Economics 

Chowan. I. 2. 3; VC. A. A.. 4; Christian Endeavor. 
4; Aitemesian Literary Society. 4; Modern Pnscilla, 4. 

Jean's cheery smile would be a hearty wel- 
come to anyone across the hreakfast table. 
Jean is worthy of all good that comes to her. 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 





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Marion Richard Moi.i.oman 

HAKRtU.SVII.I.j;, S. C. 
B.S. in Home Economics 

Chowan, I. 2. 3; W. A. A.. 4: Varsity Soccer. 4: 
Varsity Volleyball, 4; Arremesian Literary Society, 4; 
Modern Priscilta Club, 4; Christian Endeavor So- 
ciety, 4. 

Her studies ifi home economics will aid Ma- 
rion in many nays. 



Claude S. Howell 

NORWOOD, V. c. 

Lenoir Rhyne, I , 2 

Analytics, trigonometry, college algebra, an\- 
thuig mathematical, physics, chemistry, biol- 
ogy — these arc associated with Claude. We 
are certain that these studies will take him 
far in the teaching world. 



Berxarujne Reich ardt Hurley 

TROY, N, C. 
.l.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, I, 2. 3. 4; Vice-President, 
3; W. A. A.. I. 2, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor Society, 
I, 2. 3, 4; Secretary, W. A. A., 3; Girls' Dormitory 
Council. 3, 4; President, 4; Marshal, 3: Woman's Ath 
leric Council. 3; Student Council. 4; Varsity Soccet. 4; 
Who's Who, 4. 



Barbara Williams Jennet 

TORRINCTON, CONN. 

U.S. iii Business 

Monmouth. I. 2; W. A. A.. 3. 4; Nikanthan Literary 

Society, 3. 4; Commerce. 3; Christian Endeavor Society, 

3, 4; Girls' Dormitory Council. 4. 

Barbara's interest in finance, shorthand, typ- 
ing, and retailing is an indication of her am- 
bitions. 



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THE 1933 ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



Anna Frances Junes 

SEABOARD, N. C. 

U.S. iii Science 

Chowan. I. :. J: \V. A A . 4: \V. A A Council. 

•4: Artemesian Literary Society, 4; Christian Endeavor, 4 

Destiny provides this one of the "Jones girls" 
with an ambition and a zeal for work which 
we are certain will send her much success, 



Hazel Bertram Kiser 
high point, w. c. 

.1.11. 

A T I' 

Artemesian Literary Society. 1. 2. 3. 4. 

I la/el's real ambition is made manifest in the 

wa> she has tugged at her studies. Real teach- 
ing, we are sure, will be jn-t as much fun for 
her as practice teaching was. She is truly a 
friend to all. 



Whitman 1 Kearns 

farmer, h. c. 

AM. 

A A E 

Soccer, I, :, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Block "H" Club. 
3, 4; Baseball Manager, 4. 

Whitman lias surprised all of us by proving 
to he a very worthwhile member of our bas- 
ketball team, loo, he seems just as interested 
in the profession of teaching. Success to you. 

Mar^e Nelson Kiser 
hich point, h. c. 

.1.11. 

\ T I' 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 3; 
Baseball, 3. 

Maryc Nebon is a rather quiet person, yet she 

produces a personality on the instant which 

everyone enjoys. The snroritv will also mi~s 

her winning smile quite a bit. 



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H I <3 H POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




Lore N' e Marie Koontz 

WINSTON-SALEM, S". C. 

U.S. iii Home Economics 

Meredith, I: An Club. 2: Modem Prudlli Club, I, 2. 
3, 4; Christian Endeavor Society. 3. 4. 

Her quiet, persevering manner will aid Lo- 
rcne quite a lot when she gets into the Home 
Economics teaching field or in home-making. 



Cerelda Celi.a Lackey 
fai.i.sto.v, w. c. 

././,'. 

Christian Endeavor Society. I. 2. J, 4; Nikanthan Lit- 
erary Society. I. 2. 3, 4; Secretary, 2: Y. Yv\ C. A.. 
I, 2; Doimitorv Student Council, 1; Class Secrerarv 4; 

\V. A. A,, I, :, 3, 4; Class Manager. 3; Zenith 

Editorial Stair, 4. 

Her ready smile is welcome anywhere. 



Elbert W. Lane 

PINNACLE, N. C. 

.l.B. 

I T K 

Thalean Literary Society. I, 2, 3; Marshal, 2; Men's 
Dormitory Council, 3; Vice-President, 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent Class. 3. 

May all things good in life — success in your 

professional and home life, Elbert — he yours 

always. 



Charles William Martin' 

parkton, n. c. 

././,'. 

E II 9 

Basketball, I. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, I, 2. 3, 4; Soccet, 2, 

3. 4; Dormitory Council. I. 3, 4; Block "H" Club, 2, 

3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council, 4 

Pepper has Been a real menace to opposing 

basketball teams during his stay at High Point 

College. 



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THE IQ3X ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



Olivia Martin* 
men point, ■»'. C. 

././;. 

A I P 

E. C. T. C. I. 2. 

Olivia Martin i> a dux student xxh" dncsn't 
spend much "I her time at the college except 

when she '•• on class. However, she has one 
lit those smiles that will make anyone happy 

when she Hashes it. 



James R. Mattocks 

1111.11 POINT, N. C. 

AM. 
A A E 

Al-rothinian Literary Society. I. 2. 1. 4; Band. I, 2. 
i. 4; Marshal, J; President Student Council. 4. 

We know that lames's calibre i> i>( the best 
because "I the trust and honor that the stu- 
dents have given him in the four years. 



Katheri\e Matthews 

ml'rfrkesboro, n, c. 

A.B. 

Chowan, I. 2. 3; Woman's Athletic Association, 4; 
Artemesian Literaty Society, 4. 

(Catherine graces any classroom or campus 

which she may choose to tread. Her cheery 

disposition anil ambition "ill help her. 



I'm line Ethelda Miller 

high point, n. c. 

.LB. 

A T I' 

Mats Hill. I. 2; Choit. ). 4. 

Pauline is another quiet day student that we 
were lucky enuugh to have transferred to 
Hi^h Point. She confines most of her outside 
activities to the choir, but she is always a 
welcome member here. 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




Perry James Pbterson 

WALLACE, N. C. 

./.«. 

Christian Endeavor Society. I. 2. 4; Thalean Literary 

Society. I. 2. J. 4; Assistant Secretary. 2; Reporter, I; 

Vice-President, 4; Oioir, I; Hi-Po, 1. 2: Ministerial 

Association, 3. 4. 

Perry is at home anywhere yon put him ami 
makes a real friend. 



Max P. Rogers 

IURI. INCHON, N. C. 

.1.11. iii Chemistry 
I I K 

Class President* '; Akiorhiman Literary Society. I. 3, 
4; Secretary. 3; Critic, 4; A Capella Choir, I, 3. 4; 
Band. I. 3: C. E.. I. 3. 4: Marshal. 3; Dormitory 
Council. 4; Secretary, 4; Editor-in-Chief Zfnith. 4; 
Who's Who. 4 

Max proves himself worthy of his honors. 



Kohert Kl.ur Rankin 

HIGH POINT, N. c. 

U.S. iii Business Administration 

V. II 

Student Council. 1; Class Treasurer. 2. 3; Vice-Prcsi 
dent. 4; Chemistry Club. I, 2: President. 2; Cheer 
Leader, 2; A Capella Choir. 1. 2. 3, 4; Presidenr. 4; 
Al'rothinian Literary Society, I, 2, 3; Treasurer, 3; 
President , 4 

Bobby's honors speak for themselves. 



Axve Gilrert Ross 

asiieboko, v. c. 

./.It. 
T r 

Artemesian Literary Socicry. I, 2. 3. 4; President, 4; 
W. A. A., I, 2, 3. 4; Christian Endeavor. I; A Ca- 
pella Choir. 1. 3. 

We hear Anne ilitl very well in her practice 
teaching. We hope that may he true always. 



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THE 1933 ZENITH 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



Johnny Ri iusii.l 
uncoi.ntok, n. c. 

.1.11. 

1 T K 

Block "H" Club. I, 2. 3; Akrothinian Literary So- 
ciety. 1. -. 3; Soccer, I, 2, 3; Baseball. I. 2. 3. 4; 
Football. 4 

Johnnj has been the good old standby in all 
n| tin- -pnrts except basketball Im -nine time, 
and then this year he made good in Football. 



Virginia A. Sprinkle 

TOBACCOVll I K, s. C. 

././;. 

Guilford College. 1. 2; Nikanthan Luetaty So.i.iv I 
4; Chaplain. 4: Christian Endeavor Society, 3, 4. 

Even though Virginia works two nr three 
hours a day, -lie still finds time for many of 

the extra-curricular activities which High 
Point has. 



Elsie Mae Sink 
high point, m. c. 

.1.11. 

A Capella Choir. I, 2. 3: Nikanthan Literary Society. 
2. 3. 4: Treasurer. 3: Critic. 4; Zenith Editorial 

Staff. 3. 4. 

Elsie Mae is every bit the capable person that 
her good record proves her to he. 



Edward Neale Stirewalt 

MICH POINT, N. C. 

.1.11. iii Clii'mistry 

I T K 

Choir, 1, 2; Class Treasurer, 2; Debate, 3; Student 
Council. 3. 

Chemical formula, choir trips, a chance to 
pursue athletic enjoyments, attempting to fin- 
ish in three years — all of these are a part of 
Ed's activities. 



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HI6H POINT COLLEGE 



SENIOR 
CLASS 







Elsie Raie Taylor 

W1NTON, N. C 

B.S. in Ilmnr Economics 

Chowan, I, 2. 3; Artemesian Literary Society, 4; Mod 
ern Priscilta Club. 4. 

High Point was lucky enougli to gel Elsie 

Raie in her fourth year, and lhal was just 

enough to show us what we had missed. 



Robert Banks Thayer 

high point, s. c. 
U.S. in Business Administration 

Thalean Literary Society, I; Guilr'ord College. 2, Busi- 
ness Manager Zrnitm, 4. 

A shrewd salesmanship makes Hanks a person 

difficult to refuse. lie is a true Southerner in 

that he likes a good time, and vet he does 

rather well in his studies. 



Florence Elizabeth Ward 

KOBBSVILI.E, SJ. c. 

U.S. in I loin, Economics 

Chowan, I, 2, 3; Modern ProrilU Club, 4; Artemesian 
Literary Sociely, 4: Chrrsoan Endeavor. 4. 

A newcomer, yet one feels that he has been 
her friend a long time when he becomes ac- 
quainted with her. Florence helps our school 



Tasker Fitzgerald Williams 

i ii ii no\, s;. c. 
/./(. 

Thalean Literary Society. I, 2. 3, 4: Secretary, 4; 

Christian Endeavor, 1. 2. !, 4; Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2: 

Dramatics, 1 

I 'asker is right there wherever he is needed: 

at the checker-board, at the bridge table, or 

at a name moling for his team. 



[29| 



THE 1935 ZENITH 



Junior oAutographs 



[ JO) 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




Bam. Holmes, Hollon. Dixo 



OFFICERS 

G. \V. HOLMES 

Prtiidtnt 

VIRGINIA DIXON 

I' i : c ■ P r f i i (/ f n l 

MARY MITCHELL BAITY 

Stcictary 

HELEN RAE HOLTON 

Treaturer 



Junior (lass 



■ nil 



THE 1933 ZENITH 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Ida Mae Alexander 

i hum \suu.k, n, c, 



Hit.h Almond 

ALBEMARLE, N. C. 



M \r\' Mitchell Baity 

HENDERSON, N. C. 



Jim Harlow 

trade, tekn. 



Iei.ev Bates 

brown's SUMMITT, *. c. 



Arthir R. Bookout 

GREENSBORO, N, C. 



I. Vaughn Boone 

GRAHAM, N. G. 



Holland L. Brinklfv 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 



Gertrude Brown 

GATES, S. C. 



Saidef. Bi nn 

concord, n. c. 



132] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Virginia Burton 



HIGH POINT, V. C. 



Pauline Byrum 

1 1 N KR, N. C. 

Fred D. Cox, Jr. 
lexington, n. c. 

Mary Miller Crawford 
klmiifkhikdion, n. c. 

DnROTHY Wallser Cummutos 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

VIRGINIA ClRRV 
DENTON, N. C, 

M\RGl ERITE De\'0E 

pine bluff, n. c. 

Virginia Dixon 

high point, n. c. 

Arthur Edwards 
seaboard, n. c. 

Ella FRANCES Edwards 

SEABOARD, N. C. 




133] 



THE 1033 ZENITH 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Vera -Mae Ferree 
men point, n. c. 



Mary Louise Gibson 
gibson, s. c. 



Jack Girson 

iiich point, n. c. 



HazOR Glover 

newsom, n. c. 



Nannie Goodman 
high point, n. c. 



Emsley Paul Hamilton 

TROY, N. C. 



Charles Harville 
high point, n. c. 



Porter Ha user 
pinnacle, n. c. 



M. C. Henderson, Jr. 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 



William Hester 
greensboro, n. c. 



E34) 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



JUNIOR CLASS 



G. W. Holmes 

GRAHAM. N. C. 



Helen Rae Holton 

IIICH POINT, N. c. 



Olive Hitch ins 
high point, n. c. 



Lucille Ingram 

hikii point, k. c. 



Janice Jenkins 

aui.ander, n. c. 

Violet Jenkins 

FROSTIURC, Ml". 

Dorothy Le Roi Jones 

men POINT, N. c. 

James Thompson Jones 

IIII.I.SBORO, K, c. 

Frank Wilson Johnson 
tiiomasvii.i.e, n. c. 

Bessie Joyce 

sandy ridge, n. c. 




[35] 



THE 1033 ZENITH 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Lea Jovner 

grayson, la. 



Ruby Keller 

high point, n. c. 



Lucy King 

LITTLETON, N. C. 



Jacqueline Kinney 
rk1iisvii.le, n. c. 



Philip Kizun 

mem york, n. y. 



Caleb M. Le.master 

BESSEMER CITY, N. C. 



Evelyn Lindlby 

graham, n. c. 



Owen P. Lindlby 

GRAHAM, N. C. 



A. C. Lovelace, Jr. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Olga Marlette 
graham, n. c. 



[36 1 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Divicjht Morgan 

FARMER, v. c. 



Carl Motsinger 
lexington, n. c. 



Frances Muse 

carthage, n. c. 



Charles Ostavald 

south orance, n. j. 



Nancy Parham 

henderson, n. c 



Roger Peeler 

BELWOOtl, \. c. 



Horace Penn 
sophia, n. c. 



Sarah Loo Peoples 
mocksville, n. c. 



Myrtle Poore 

high point, n. c. 



Gilbert Primm 

THOMASVH.I.E, N. C. 




[37 J 



THE 1935 ZENITH 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Daniel Coble Sharj'e 
greensboro, n. c. 

Thomas EDWARD Strickland 
high point, n. c. 

Lolise Slrratt 
newsom, n. c. 

Allem Thacker 

high point, n. c. 

Dixie Thomas 

HlCH POINT, N. c. 

Sara Forrest THOMPSON 

TJIOMASVII.LE, N. C. 

Glenn Towery 

l.A'lllMORE, N. C. 

Lester Valentine 

winston-salem, n. c. 

( Jilmer Wagoner 

brown's SUMMIT, V C. 

Lindsay Walker 

winston-salem, n. c. 



138] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Margaret Walton 
asheboro, n. c. 



Patsie Ward 

madison, n. c. 



S. J. Welborn, Jr. 

TIIOMASVILl.E, N. C. 



Mary Alyce Williams 
cofield, h. c. 



Charles White 

hich point, n. c. 




[39] 



THE 1 Q 3 S ZENITH 



Sophomore cAutographs 



MO] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




Ellin*. Mir. in, Gray 



OFFICERS 



GEORGE ELKINS 
JOE GRAY 

I ' i . <■ PrciiJtai 



ESTHER MIRAN 

Secretary a n J T ; f j i n r r r 



SoPUOMOftE (LASS 



Ml I 



THE I 3 S ZENITH 



C. E. Anderson 
F. C. Auman 

Ikvin Black 
Beverly Bond 
John Cagle 

James Clark 

RoMY Cl.oDIELTER 

Ernest Cook 

( rEORGB CRAVER 

Robert Craver 

W. R. DUNLAP 
( JeORGE Ki.kins 
Seymour Franklin 
H. B. (Jarlington 
Joe Gray 

HUGH Hampton 

Frank Hart.man 
Thomas Harvey 

Frank Urge 

Robert Henderson 
Joe Hillard 

Reginald Hinshaw 

Isaac Israel 



Charles Jarrell 
Koiiert Johnson 
Tom Lamar 
Hill Locke 
Marl Lovelace 
Billy Meredith 

J. J. McKlETHEN 

Horace McKennv 
S. B. Nn-onc 
Alfred Oliver 
McCrarv Peace 
Walter POOVEY 
William Rennie 
Richard Short 
Lee Spenser 
Robert Standing 

Dudley Stickels 

Richard Stolack 
CiEorge Webster 
Edgar Welhorn 
A. C York 
Elmer Young 
Hal Yow 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



BOYS 




H2] 



H I <3 H POINT COLLEGE 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



GIRLS 

o 



Ranks Apple 
Helen Blackburn 

Mary Carraway 

Mary Coble 
Rebecca Coble 
Louise Cole 
Hazel Crutch field 
Anna Dark 
Rubv Darr 
Cecelia Farlow 
Sibyl Fowler 
Kec.ina Frost 

RUTH Fl TRELLE 

Mildred Grant 
Alice Hoffman 
Nell Holton 
Annie Hall Howell 
Hetty Idol 
Martha Idol 



Cecelia Isaac- 
Alice Jones 
Elizabeth Kivett 
Danease Manley 
Doris Metcier 
Esther Miran 
Virginia Mitchell 
Fredericks Morris 
Madeleine Meyers 
P' UL ne Palmer 
Helen Readdick 
Margaret Sink 
Anna Tesh 

Ruth Merelyn Thompson 
Edith Vance 
Helen Waller 
Verel Ward 
Mabel Warlick 
Josephine Weant 




143] 



THE 193? ZENITH 



Freshman cAutograpks 



-+- 



l-Mi 



Wldti POINT COLLEGE 




Siephenson. Aimsrronp. Allen. Samec 



OFFICERS 



MORTON SAMET 

P i r i i J r n / 



GRAHAM ARMSTRONG 



DOROTHY STEPHENSON 

Secrei.it y 

FLORENCE ALLEN 

Treatuttt 



F P E S H M A N (LASS 



i«] 



THE 1938 ZENITH 



Graham Armstrong 
Philip Atkins 
Hayden Bailey 
Bernard Hams 
Lesi f.r Ballard 
.1. R. Beaseley 
Foy Beck 
Adolfo Benii iv 
William Bennett 
Paul Blair 
Olin Buckensdbrfer 
Louis Brandt 
Charles Brown 

LSROY BL'RCHFIEI.D 

Lawrence Byrum 

Elmer Casiiatt 
Bruce Carraw AY 

VlNCENTE CARVAJAI. 

Robert Clifton 
Aaron ClinARD 
Sam Cori.e 
Charles Cochrane 
Gl.ENN COLLETTE 
Colon Cranford 
\V. R. Creichton 
James Davis 
Thomas Deaton 
Paul Dorsett 
Albert Eari.e 
Garland Ellis 
Dei. bf.rt Everhari 
J. W. Farlow 



T. A. Fari OW 
IIfnrv Ferref 
Ray Fowler 
Brown For is 
Robert Gal von 
Howard GARMON 
David Giles 
James Gran i 
Ernest GRIFFIN 
Lloyd Grubb 
GEORGE Harris 
John HAUSS 
Ralph HiCHT 
Jay Hohn 
Percy Hoi i and 
Lawrence Holt 
Henry Hubrle 
N. C. Johnson, Jr. 
Bill Keene 
A. C. Kennedy, Jr. 
Herman King 
Marvin Kivett 
Burke Koontz 
Hans Laning 
Paul Lawing 
Jack Lee 
Pali Leffi.er 
Ralph Leonard 
Swain Liner 
Marcel Mai.fregeoi 
Joseph May 



Jack Moras 
HarOI d Morris 
Frank Murray 
Arthur ocorr 
John Payne 
David Peirf.e 
RAI pii Piiirrs 
Richard Pirti.f. 
John Re\ nolds 

B. E. Robbiss 
Worth Roi als 
Morton Sam ft 
Pa i Secret 
Coble Siioffner 
Robert Sicflofe 
Robert Snider 
Willis Tarver 
Henry Terry 

James VARNER 
Tiurman Vickfry 
Lawrence Wagoner 

Robert Walker 

C. A. Watts 
Bruce Weavil 
Roiieri Wflborse 
Will if: Wei.borne 
Milton Wencer 
Joe Whitley 
Archie Williams 
James Williamson 
Donald Winter 
Henry Young 



FRESHMAN 

CLASS 

• 
BOYS 




[46] 



M I <3 M POINT COLLEGE 



FRESHMAN 
CLASS 

• 
GIRLS 



Florence Allen 
RUTH Atkins 
Nancy Auman 

Jane Austin 
Margaret Baird 
Susan Baldwin 
Maxine Bobbitt 
Sara BRANDON 
Lucille Briles 
Annis Brown 
Helen Brow n 
Elizabeth Burleson 
Winifred Burton 
Janet CAMPBELL 
Anne Chappei.i. 
Mary Craven 
Ruby Craven- 
Edith Cribbs 
Marv S. Criddlebaucn 
Virginia Crowder 
Dorothy Danci 
Helen Davis 
VlRCINIA Elder 
Bessie Ellison 



( lORNEI ia El I [SON 
Doris Eriddi B 

Kl III (iAKKIII 

Hi 1/ mii in cm ewood 
Norma Graham 
I an i Groom e 
Dixie Hi i MS 
Ruth Hepi.er 
Susan Hester 
Doris Holmes 
Lucille Johnson 
Haiti ne Ken mii 
Nellie Kiikm i 
Hazel Lassiter 
Dorothy Leonard 

Bl ANCHE LlNVH.I.E 

Mildred Marsh 
Mii dred Murphy 
Dorothy McCai.i. 
Marguerite McCaskii i 
Ruth McKenzie 
Laura Jane Neese 

Hyrdu IE NlCIIOI AS 
N ann arei ii Nit i 

I l n \ N'l --r. m m 



Mabel Pari i am 
Celeste Payne 
Catherine Phillips 

Cl ED PlNNIX 
Sue Evelyn Poe 
JEANNE Rankin 
Hun Securest 
W'ilma Sink 
Annis Smith 
Mildred Southern 
Rachel Spain-hour 
DOROTHY Stevenson 
Ci eo Tempi eton 
Eri.een Thomas 
Margaret Miller Wade 
Betsy WaCGER 
Mildred Way 
Jane Weatherman- 
Eleanor Welch 
Florence Whii f 
Lois Win if 
Esther Ray Wilson 
EDWA Wood 
Ruth Wood 




[47] 



THE 1933 ZENITH 




an 



/ 

/ V • • • 



MISS VERA IDOL 



MR. W. A. DANIEL 



MR. R. G. BENSON 



MR. M. F. DUNBAR 



MR. T. N. DANIEL 



To all these, who hare so graciously 
helped in putting the Zenith through, 
the staff wishes to express its appreciation 



[48] 



BOOK T II & E E 




THE 1 3 X ZENITH 



cAlma SVlater 



In our hearts we hold the mem'ry 
Of a place we love the best; 

O'er it waves the purple banner. 
Emblem of its fearlessness. 

When we're on the field of battle. 
When we strive for praise to thee; 

May our teams be undefeated. 
Ours the crown of victory. 

Chorus 

We praise thy name and honor true 

They stand for loyalty and love; 

May yours be fame that to you is due. 

For we will always fight. 

We want the right 

To uphold thy standards high; 

To give the best we have to thee. 

Mem'ries of you we will cherish. 

H. P. C. 



[50] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



Composed of thirteen representatives elected 
from the student body, a group known as the 
Student Council carries on one of the most lib- 
eral forms of student government of any col- 
lege in the state. The members are elected from 
each of the four classes, and represent those 
people whom the students trust. This group 
works for mutual agreement between the admin- 
istration and the students and has shown great 
strides in the development of a closer harmony 
in the two groups. 




JAMES MATTOCKS 



The president of the Student Council this year is James Mattocks, and under his direction 
especial progress has been made in the furthering of the social life on the campus in the 
forms of various functions held in the basement of our new library building. 




[51J 



THE IQ33 ZENITH 




Null. Lindlcv. Baiiy 
Waller, Hurley, Jenney 



DORMITORY GOVERNING BODIES 



Bernadine Hurlei 
Barbara Jin sky . . 
Mary Mitchell Baitv 



President 

Vice-President 

. Secretary 



C. W. Martin President 

Eik-.ar Welborn* . . . Vice-President 

Max Rioters Secretary 



R*>pm, \V*lhorn, Lawing. BnnHev 
Hauscr. Cook. Matlin, Htvs. 




I '■: ] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



P A N-H ELLENIC COUNCIL 



Officers 

C. W. Martin President 

Whitman Kearns .... Vict-Prtsident 

Jacuueline KlNNEY Secretary 



No national fraternity or sorority is al- 
lowed on the campus. There is, however, 
a limited number of Greek letter social 
organizations in existence, and the Pan- 
Hellenic Council is the governing body of 
these groups. Composed of one student 
representative and one faculty honorary 
member from each of the three fraterni- 
ties and three sororities, the Council de- 
cides upon various questions and problems 
such as rules governing membership and 
matters of policy presented by the 
members. 



Iota Tau Kappa 

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw 
Occo Gibbs 



Representatives 

Epsihn Eta Phi 

Prof. J. H. Mourane 
C. W. Martin 



Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Prof. J. II. Allreii 
Whitman Kearns 



Sigma Alpha Phi 

Miss Janet Russell 
Jacuueline Kinney 



Tlieta Phi 

Miss Louise Adams 
Frances Gueth 



Alpha Tlieta Psi 

Mrs. Alice Paige White 
Hii.DRFrii Gabriel 




Rankin, Hinshau, Kearns, Gabriel, Russell, Kinnev 
Mourase, Gibbs, AdAMS, Allreu, Guetii, White 



[531 



THE I93X ZENITH 




THE ZENITH 



THAYER 



Ma.V Roi.fKS 

("KKti.D.x Lacked 
Mari Mitchell Baity 
Olca Marlette 



Editorial Staff 

Anne Ross 
Frances Mi si 
Elsie Mae Sivk 
(;. \V. Holmes 

| \MI - JilM s 



Frank Hece 
Lawrence Byrdm 
Arthur Ogora 
John Reynolds 



Eihtori \r. Staff 



Banxs Thayer 

M Am Loi ISI ( lllisus 

De Low Pkbsi i n 
Esther Rae Wilson- 



Jean Raskin 
1 1 1 ii s Crowder 
M \ni i: Wari.ick 
Tasker Williams 




[Ml 



H I <3 H POINT COLLEGE 



THE H l-PO 










COOPER BARNHOUSE 








HJilor Bunnell Mjtijger 








Editorial Staff 


David Cooper 






Violet Jenkins Milton Wencer 


James Clark 






Nancy Pariiam Kriiiv Thomas 


Reginald Hinsiiaw 






Hei.es Bates Fredekicka Morris 
Virginia Ci ri<\ 
A. R. Bookout 

Business Staff 


\V. 


C. 


Bar 


niiouse Archie Williams 


Dh 


igiit Morgan Lawrence B. Holt 


Joe 


Gray 


Albert Eari.e 




155) 




MISS JANET RUSSEU. 



THE 
936-1937 ITINERARY 



Aprii i 71 ii — 

Virginia State Teachers College 

April i8th — 

Shenandoah, Virginia 
l.uray, Virginia 

Apkii. 19111 — 

Frostburg, Maryland 
Fairmount, West Virginia 

April 2ist — 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 

April 22NU — 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

April 23RD — 

Mount Dnion, Pennsylvania 

April 25111 — 

Wilkes- Bar re, Pennsylvania 

April 26111 — 

New V»rk City, Station WABC 

April 28111 — 

Wilmington, Delaware 

April 29111 — 

Washington, I). C. 

April joth — 

Warren ton, N. C. 



THE I Q 3 5 ZENITH 

A CAPELLA 
CHOIR 



Much sought after on the campus, in spite of the 
attendant hard work, is membership in the A 
Capella Choir. Long practice sessions three times 
a week are eventually rewarded by a spring tour 
from a week to ten days in length. Last spring 
the tour took the choir up the Shenandoah Valley 
into Maryland, Pennsylvania, and on to New York 
City, where they sang from a metropolitan broad- 
casting station. The tours not only bring High 
Point College favorably before the people of other 
states, but provide a fund of amusing stories for 
months afterward. Under the able direction of 
Miss Janet Russell, a graduate of Oberlin College, 
with two years of study abroad to her credit, the 
choir has gained an enviable reputation for clarity 
of tone and depth of expression in their interpreta- 
tion of widely varied types of music. Although 
their formal programs usually consist of religious 
music, negro spirituals being an unusually popular 
diversion, the campus is also familiar with their 
informal harmonizing on such themes as "Way 
Down in Honolulu," "Down by the Station," "Tell 
Me Why," "She'll Be Coming Round the Moun- 
tain," and "You Can't Get to Heaven," the last 
with newly improvised verses at each rendition. 
Limited to approximately thirty-five voices, the 
choir, like all other campus groups, must undergo 
a partial reorganization each year, with competitive 
tryouts establishing membership. Intensive rehears- 
als then follow, in order that the gtoup may learn 
to function as a unit, and no programs are sched- 
uled until after the Christmas holidays. On return 
from the Christmas vacation, the choir is away 
from the campus almost every week-end, most Sun- 
day schedules including morning and evening con- 
certs. The bus which is used to convey the song- 
sters to and from these engagements is familiarly 
known by various endearing terms. 



[16] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



C A P E L L A 
CHOIR 



Fin* Soprano 


Second Soprano 


Virginia Boyles 


Evelyn Atkins 


Marv Snow Criddlebaugh 


Doris Metgeh 


Nannabeth Nui L 


Louise Ellison 


Eleanor Welch 


Pauline Millir 


Myrtle Poorl 


DeLois Pressley 


Anna Tesh 




Fitil Alio 


Second Alio 

Edith Vance 


Virginia Elder 
Ruth Hepler 
Susie Hester 
Dot Stephenson 


Nell Hoi. ton 

Al li 1 i t«'i 1 M \N 

Virginia Curry 


Jane Weatherman 






Second Tenor 


Fin* Tenor 


Robert Blair 


Max Rogers 


Charles Anderson 


Violet Jenkins 


Milton Wfnger 


Lawrence Byrum 


Robert Galyon 


Fin* Ban 


Second Han 


Lawrence Holt 


Foy Beck 


Robert Rankin 


Georgb Elkins 


Allbn Thacker 


Olin Blickensderfer 


Eugene Morris 


Owen Lindley 





[57 1 



THE IQ3X ZENITH 



AKROTHINIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Officers 

Robert Rankin . . Pretident 

Porter Mauser Pice-President 

George Ei.kins • . Secretary 

Joe Gray . Trtatuttr 



Graham Armstrong 
Forestkr Adman 
Mamies' Bailey 
William BaRNHOUSE 
Charles Brown 
Laurence Bvri!m 
Bruce Carraway 
V'incente Carva;al 
James Clark 
David Cooper 
George Cravbr 
Rav Fowler 
Auoi.piio Gautier 
Jack Gibson 
Alson Grai 
Joe Gray 



Roll 

Pokier Hai'ser 
1 1 Li:il Hampion 
VVavne Harris 
Frank Hece 
Kii i Hester 

l\l I.INA1.II MlSSHAU 

Ralph Might 
Lawrence Hoi i 

G. I. HUMPHREYS, Jr. 
Bill Keese 
Burke Kum\ i / 
I'm ipe I.akka/ahai 
P u I Lawinc 
Jack Lee 
Paul Leffi.er 
Marcei. Malgreceot 
James Mattocks 



Rocer Peeler 
Edcar Poovey 
Max Rocers 
Robert Raskin 
Pat Secret 
Pan Shakpe 
Richard Short 
Edward Stirewai.t 
Richard Stolack 

FOY WARI'EORI) 

George Webster 
E. S. Wei.bor.v, Jr. 
S. J. Welborn 
Archie Williams 
Donald Winters 
Arthur York 




[58] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Anne Ross .... ,, ., 

\ irginia Mix, is- . . 

n ' ii' -I'ri ii.lt hi 

J'.Dlin \ ANCC . ,. 

n „ ., Secretary 

Helen Rak Holton . r „„„„/, 



Roll 



Florence Allen 
Jane Austin 
Mary MirciiKi.i. Baity 
Maxine Kobbit 

VIRGINIA Bos I I, 

Sara Brandon 
Lucille Briles 
Elizabeth Burleson 

Mars CARRAWAY 

Anne Chappell 
Louise Cole 
Helen Crouder 
Hazel Crutchfielo 
Elizabeth Dark 
Ruby Dark 
Helen Davis 
Pauline Davis 
Marguerite DeYoe 
Virginia Dixon 
Edna Mae Eom ards 



Catherine ELLISON 
Reoina Frost 
Hildretu Gabriel 
Mary Louise Gibson- 
Norm a Graham 
Jans Grooms 
Frances Gueth 
Susie Hester 
Jean Hoi.loman 
Marian Hoi i OM is 
Helen Rae Holton 
Nell Holton 
Annie Hon eli 
(ii i\i Hutciii.n's 
Betty Idol 
Martha Idol 
Lucille Ingram 
Janice Jenkins 
Violet Jenkins 
Alice Jones 



Anna Frances Jones 
Dorothy Jones 
Pauline Kiam i i 
LUCY King 
Jacqi El INI Ki.wn 
Hazel Kiser 
MARYS Nelson Kiser 
Lorene EoON i / 
Dorothy Leonard 
Oi ca Mari.ette 
Danese Mam i y 
Mildred Marsh 
(•Catherine Mai iiieus 
Doris Metger 
FREDERICKS Morris 
Frances Muse 

Dorothy McCai i 

Ri i ii McKenzii 

I MM Nl SBAl'M 

M mii i Parham 



Nancy Parham 
Sara Lou Peoples 
Ci.eo Pinmx 
Sue F.\ hi n Poe 
Gil BERT Primm 
Jeanne Rankin 
Anne Ross 
Bi i n Securest 
Dorothy si ephenson 
Louise Surratt 
I i sii Tas lor 
Erleen Thomas 
Ruth M. THOMPSON 
Sara K. Thompson 
Edith Vanci 
Mabie Warlick 
Betsy Dean Waccer 
Florence Ward 
Jane Weatherman 

I DNA Wood 




[59] 



THE 1 9 3 S ZENITH 



THALEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Officers 

Occo Gibbs President 

Perm Peterson Vice-President 

Tasked Williams Secretary 

Paul Hamilton Treasurer 



HUGH Almond 
June Beane 
Fov Heck 

Oi.in Bi.ickensderker 
Beverly Bond 
Vaughn Boone 
Elmer Cashatt 
Mickbv Cochrane 
Bill Cooke 
A i BERT Eari.e 
Arthur Edwards 
Garland Ellis 
Occo Gibbs 
Ralton Griffin 
Lloyd Grubb 
Pall Hamilton 



Riii i. 

Frank Hartman 
Thomas Harvey 
Carey Harrell 
<,'. W. Holmes 
Robert Henderson 
Isaac Israel 
Robert Johnson 
James Jones 
Hans I.anni.ng 
Caleb Lemasier 
Owen Lindley 
Billy Locke 
A. C. Lovelace, Jr. 
Marc Lovelace 
J. J. McKeittien 



Dwight Morgan 
Eugene Morris 
Arthur Ocorr 
PERRY Peterson 
Renkrow Pirtle 
Bill Rennie 
T. E. Strickland 
Willis Tarver 
Allen Thacker 
Bill VlCKERY 
Gilmer Wagoner 
Lawrence Wagoner 
Lindsay Walker 
Bruce Weavil 
Milton Wencer 
Tasker Williams 




[60] 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



NIKANTHAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Elizabeth Bacwbli . . Presidtnl 

Patsie Ward Vice-President 

Elizabeth Kivf.it Secretary 

Evelyn Lini.ley Treasurer 



Evelyn Atkins 
Nancy Auman 
Elizabeth Bagwell 
Helen Bates 
Helen Brown 
Virginia Burton 
Gertrude Brown 
Winifred Burton 

Sadie Hi nn 
Pauline Byrum 
Mary Eleanor Com i: 
Virginia Curry- 
Lucille Craven 
Dorothy Dancy 
Louise Ellison 
Frances Edwards 
Ckh ia Fari.ow 
\'era Mae Fekref 

Sun I |o\\ I KK 

Ruth Garrett 



Roll 

Ruth Hendricks 
Hernadine Hi hi ey 
Doris Hoi. mis 
Cecelia Isaac 
Barbara Jenni 
Bessie Joyce 
Lucille Johnson 
Lea Jo\ her 
Ruby Kfi i er 
Nellie Grai Kiitkeli. 
Elizabeth Km it 
Cerbloa Lackey 

E\ ELI N FlSDI.EV 

Blani hi Litn n 1 1 
Esther Miran 

li\ mo I I I- NlCHOl AS 
Laura J ini \i esi 

N'annaiihii \ii i 
Paui.int I'm mid 

Ms Rill PnORK 



{Catherine Phillips 
Lois Pressi.ey 
Elsie Mae Sink 
Marcakf.i Sink 
Wii.ma Sink 
Rachel Spain-hour 
Asms Smiiii 
Virginia Sprinkle 
Cleo Tempi. noN 
Helen Waller 
Margaret w \\ row 

I'atsii Wakii 
Vekei. Ward 
Margaret Wade 
Mary Ai.yce Wii i i \ms 
Mil "RED Way 
Ei i imiii Welch 
Lois Won i 

N \nnii < ; i\i \\ 

Josi i'mi'.i Wean i 




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THE 1938 ZENITH 



CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY 



Roll 



Forrester Auman 

Nasi I Ai man 

Elizabeth Kacivei.i. 

Mary MiraiEi.i. Baity 

James Barlow 

W'n i iam Barnhouse 

Hi i en Bates 

l.i tn i E Brii.es 

Gertrude Brown 

II. loY BECK 

Pactine Byrum 
Sadie Hi nn 
Vaughn Booki 
Beverly Bond 
Hi i in Broh n 
Virginia Ccrrn 
Rebecca Coble 

Louise Cole 
Marguerite DeYoe 

( ; force El.KIXS 
Frances Edwards 
Sibyi. Powi m 

OCCO (ilBBS 



Maim Louise Gibson 
Run in i GaLYON 
Roaesi Henderson 

( ;. \v. Mm mis 
Bernadine Hurley 
Marion IIoi.loman 
Susie Hester 
Ooris Holmes 
Barbara Jenny 
James Junes 
Bessie Joyce 
Nellie Kittrei.i. 
Lorene Koontz 
Cerelda Lackey 
Evelyn i indi.ey 

I >\\ IN LlNDLBY 

Blanche Linville 

It a Joyner 

II \NS l.AN'NTNC 

Ol.GA MARLETTE 

I si n IK MlRAK 
Frances Mi si 
J. I. McKlETHAN' 



Byroelle Nicholas 
N \nn aiiemi Null 
Nancy PARHAM 
Catherine Phillips 
Perry Peterson- 
Sara Lou Peoples 
Max Rocers 
Virginia Sprinkle 
As - nts Smith 

K Ac III I Sl'AIMIOIK 

W'ilma Sink 
Ci.eo Tempi. eton 
Lester Vai i niim 
Bill VlCKERY 
Florence Ward 
VEREl. Ward 
FOy Warlord 
Mary Ai.yce Williams 
Mrs, Wnitaker 
Lois White 
PATSIE Ward 
Gilmer Wagoner 
Helen Waller 



sss •■MS&ss&iP. 



illki ±± 




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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



Officers 

William Rennie ... President 

JOHN Cagle Vice-Pmtdem 

A. C. LOVELACE Secretary-Treasurer 

Beverly Bond Chaplain 



Roll 



C. E. Anderson 

William Barn-house 
Beverly Bond 
Winifred Burton 



Jons Caci.e 
Paul D EATON 
Ruth Garrett 
I'm i Hamilton 



Laurence Holt 
Lea Joyker 
A. C. Kennedy 
Elizabeth Kivbtt 



A. C. Lovelace, Jr. 
Marc Lovei.aci 
A. B. Nieono 
Perry Peterson 



W'll I.IAM RENNIE 

Worth Royal 

Lee Spencer 

T. E. Strickland 



Anna Tesh 
Thurman Vickery 
Charles White 




m mr 



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THE 1 9 3 X ZENITH 



THE BAND 



( li i\ BUCRENSDBRFER 
Cmdudnr 



Cornels 

Eocene mokris 
Ralph Leonard 

David Cooper 
Ciiari.es Anderson 



ska- 
Susie Hester 
Percy HOLLAND 

AltC llnrn 

Elizabeth Burleson 

Perry Peterson 



Clarinets 

Henry Terry 
James Williamson- 
Marc Lovelace 
James Clark 



Tenor Hern 

Renfrqw Pirtle 

Trombone 

Ed Stirewalt 



Baritone 

James Mattocks 
Joe May 



Drums 

Donald Winters, Snort 

Fov Heck, Bass 

William Rennie, Cymbal 




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HI6H POINT COLLEGE 



INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 



Allen Thacker 
A. C. Lovelace, Jr. 
Marc Lovelace 



J. J. McKietken 

Robert Johnson 
Fov Beck 



Lawrence Holt 
Edward Stirewalt 




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THE I Q 3 S ZENITH 




Holmes Mattocks. Stircwalr. Lovelace 
Gabnel. Hurlcv. Ba B well 



LIGHTED LAMP 




Gtbbs, Bagwell, Bailey, Cooper, Hurley. Mattocks, Holers 



WHO'S WHO 



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HMH POINT COLLEGE 




Ruduell, Humphrey 
GriKK. Cbx, Towrry, Gibbi. 



' H ' ' CLUB 




Wood. Sharp*. Duon. Willianu. Lindlrv 



CHEERLEADERS 



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MODERN PRISCILLA CLUB 

Officers 

Helen Bates President 

Esther Miran I 'ice-President 

Rebecca Coble Secretary 

Florence Ward Treasurer 

Olca Marlette Critic 

Miss Lola Barry Advisor 



Helen Bates 
Sara Brandon 
Virginia Curry 
Makci'eriik DeYoe 
CeCei ia Farlow 
Ruth Fitrei.i.e 
Jane GROOMS 
Jean Hoi.i.oman 
Marion Holloman 



Roll 

Lucille Johnson 
lorf.ne koontz 
Olca Marlette 
Esther Miran 
Virginia Mitchell 

Cl.F.O PlNNIX 

Annis Smith 
Elsie TAYLOR 
Ruth Mf.relvn Thompson 
Florence Ward 




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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




I.OLA BARRY 

Home Economiil 



HOME 

MANAGEMENT 

HOUSE 

Every girl working for a B.S. 
degree in Home Economics looks 
forward to the time when she will 
have the privilege of living in the 
Home Management House. As she 
lives in a group with other Home 
Economics majors, she applies the 
principles she has been learning in 
her four years training to the man- 
agement of the home. She gains a 
greater appreciation of human val- 
ues in group living, a keener un- 
derstanding of the value of time 
and energy, and the importance of 
careful managing of money and ma- 
terial resources. Shown on the right 
are groups typical of the work in 
the Home Management House. 




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THE 1933 ZENITH 




IOTA TAU KAPPA 



Roll 



Occo Ginns 
Max Rogers 
Elbert Lane 
Johnny Rumsill 
G. I. Humphreys, Jr. 
Edward Stirbwalt 



G. W. Holmes 
Porter Mauser 
Lester Valentine 
Glenn Tow ery 

Roger Phi BR 



Gilmer Wagoner 
Lindsav Walker 
Allen Thacker 
Daniel Sharpe 
Reginald Hinshaw 
J. J. McKiethen, Jr. 



Honorary Members 

Mr. C. R. Hinshaw Or. P. S. Kennett 

Dr. P. E. Lindlev Dr. II B. Hiatt 

Mr. II. A. Kikkman 




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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 



Jacqueline Kinney 
Frances Muse 
Lucille [ncram 



Rom. 

Nancy Parham 
DIXIE Thomas 
Esther Mikas 



Frances Mass 
Rebecca Cobi.e 

Vkkh. Ward 



Honorary Members 

Miss Janet Risski.i. Miss Vera Iiioi. 

Mrs. P. E, Lisdi.ev 




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THE 1935 ZENITH 



EPSILON ETA PHI 



A lsov Gray 
Robert Rankin 
David COOPER 
C. W. Martin 
William Hester 



Roll 
Dwicht Morgan 

Frank Harimas 
George Elkins 
Wayne Harris 
George Wbbsi er 

Chari.es IIarvii.i.e 
Joe Gray 



Jack Gibson 
Archie Williams 
Edgar Wei. born 
Jimmy Clark 
Ernesi Cook 



Honorary Members 

Mr. Edgar Hartley Mr. David T. You' 

Mr. W. F. Bailey Mr. J. 11. Mm ram 

Mr. N, P. Varborih jch 




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UIGH POINT COLLEGE 




TH ET A PHI 



Roll 



Frances Gueth 
Anne Ross 
Virginia Dixon 
Dorothv Jones 



VIOLET Jenkins 
Sara Forrest Thompson 
Oi.ra Mari.ette 
Helen R.h Hoi ion 



Virginia Kovi.es 
Nell Holton 
Mar i ii a Idol 



Honorary Members 



Miss Louise Adams 
Mrs. Glen Muse 



Mrs. N. P. ^'arborciugii 
Mrs. N. M. Harrison 




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THE IQ33 ZENITH 




D E LTA ALPHA EPSILON 



James Mattocks 

M. C. Henderson, Jr. 



Roll 

Will I MAN KEARNS 

June Beane 
Henry Terry 
Ekastus Gricc 
S. J. Wei.rorn 



Robert Johnson 
James Brandon 



Hon'orarv Members 

Or. Glenn Perry Mr. J. H. Ai.i.red 

Dr. Paul R. Bowes Mr. C. C. Robbins 

Mr. VV. H. Forii Mr. Herman Smith 

Mr. John Win i mi i 

Or. R. B. Davis 

Dr. W. L. Jackson 




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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




ALPHA THETA PS 



llii.DRKTii Gabriel 
Mary Nelson Riser 
Gilbert I'rimm 



Roll 

Olivia Martin 
Myrtle Poore 
Ruth Hendricks 
Pauline Miller 
Elizabeth Kivette 
Hazel Kiser 



Ai.ick Jones 
Alice Hoffman 

DANESE Mwth 



Honorary Members 

Mrs. Alice Paige White Mrs. M. \V. Nash 

Miss Bonnie Enoch Mrs. S. O, Peebles 

Mrs. ( ;. I. Hi Mi'HREVS 



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175) 



THE 1938 ZENITH 



UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



Neville K. Bowman 
Virginia BoYLBS 
I'm line Olivia Davis 
James D URL AND 
Mrs. C. L. Fouts 
A. L. Filk 
Mrs. A. W. Hamlet 
Robert Hartley 
Frances Gceth 



G. R. Long 

Frances Mann 

De Lois Estelle Pressley 

Abraham Saparow 

Walter Sprve 

Henrv Nor.man Si rratt 

Mrs. C. D. Thigpen 

Lai rin Milton Walker 

Mrs. Maude Proctor 



MUSIC SPECIALS 

(iARNETT HlNSHAW MRS. R. I. OlIGLEY 

N'elle M. Humphreys Sarah Scricgs 

Frances Scriggs 



ART SPECIALS 

Mrs. Mary O. Blackburn Mrs. Caroline McEvvan 
Mrs. P. E. Lindley Mary Alice Siceloff 



1761 



BOOK 



F U fe 




HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

The Athletic Association of the college is the 
governing body of all the various sports in which 
the school participates. Dr. C. R. Hinshaw is 
president of this group, and under his direction 
the group gives to the students a varied and in- 
teresting athletic program. 

This body functions in the capacity of deter- 
mining the eligibility of players, the enforce- 
ment of the conference rules, the scheduling of 
games, and the awarding of trophies and mono- 
grams at the end of the season. 

This council had a new sport to cope with 
this year, but most of the faculty members are 
veterans at this job and have proved themselves 
capable before. Therefore, the great national 
sport of football came through with flying 
colors. 

This Athletic Association stands for the very 
highest in athletic sportsmanship. They have 
always put forth the standard of clean playing 
and loyalty to both the school and the other 
fellow, so that High Point may go on the rec- 
ord as a fair opponent. 




c. VIRGIL yow 

Hr..,/ Cndifi 




-\l I HI D 



HOI Ml S 



YARBOROUGH 



HINSHAW 



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THE 1938 ZENITH 




FOOT 



#—■ ->-^w Ji 



rr% 




I K * 



Secret 



La wing 



Phibbs 



Watts 



Tarver 



Lemaster 



McKeithen 



Brinkley 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



BALL F9R 1 



Standing 



RUDISELL 



OCORR 



Harville 



Franklin 



Gregg 



Malfregeot 



M 



ORAN 




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THE I Q 3 S ZENITH 



..FOOT 



RESULTS 

Lee's McRae 7; High Point 

Elon 6; High Point 

Appalachian 13; High Point 

E. C. T. C. 
Catawba 
W. C. T. C. 



14 
19 
13 



19; High Point 7 

0; High Point 27 

0; High Point Q 



RESUME 



A new football era was inaugurated at High 
Point College this fall as the national sport re- 
turned once again to its campus. Working with 
a small but spirited squad, coaches managed to 
turn in a most impressive record. Winning three 
games, tying two and losing one. 

In the initial performance, the fighting Pan- 
thers managed to snatch a victory from the highly 
rated Lee's McRae Junior College aggregation. A 
stubborn forward wall was mainly responsible for 
this victory. Sparked by Lawing and Tarver, the 
"mules" held consistently with their backs to the 
wall. Lawing, lacking in size, good-natured and 
tractable, but able to inspire the whole line to a 
fighting pitch, was a big factor in the victory. 
With agility and swiftness, and their characteristic 
ferociousness, the High Pointers again emerged 
victorious from a battle with the Christians of 
Elon. It was Secret who twice tallied for the 
Panthers of High Point College, and his long 
pass to the sure fingered, wiry Malfregeot garnered 
another tally. It was the West Virginian's day. 
The Panthers within the fastness of Appalachian's 
own mountain lair, flowed in spurts and darts, but 
lagged slightly in the closing canto, only to be 
tied by the State Teachers. Starting a trifle slow, 
the Teachers of Eastern Carolina gradually grew 
into a storm which time after time repulsed the 
hard Panther thrusts, and handed the Purple their 
only setback of the season. The Purple Jugger- 



naut, anxious to get back into the win column, 
steam rolled over a strong Catawba team. The 
Panthers, much to the chagrin of the "Indians" 
of Catawba, displayed a brilliant array of all the 
tricks of the game, crossing the final chalk mark 
four times. In this particular encounter, Bob 
Standing, the "Crimson Comet," was the outstand- 
ing figure on the field, a tower of strength on 
defense, shaking his hips adroitly, side-stepping 
would-be tacklers, and finally topping a brilliant 
afternoon's work by a hair-raising forty-yard gallop 
to the goal line. The curtain fell on the final 
and headline act of the season when the Panthers 
battled a bigger and stronger Western Carolina 
Teachers College team to a scoreless tie. This 
was a glorious ending and truly a moral victory. 
Jack Moran, the Long Island Duckling, spent 
most of the afternoon in Western Carolina's back- 
field. Moran's ability to decipher the Catamounts' 
plays made him a thorn in their side. Dragging 
down carriers far behind the line of scrimmage 
and warding off blockers, Moran turned in a most 
spectacular performance, along with Graham Arm- 
strong, who threaded his way repeatedly through 
the opposing line to do serious damage. 

Fighting against all manner of odds, including 
superiority of numbers, gamely and bravely the 
Panthers held each of her opponents at bay. The 
'37 season is closed, and true to the spirit of all 
activities of High Point College, it matters not 
who won the games, but how they were played. 



t« j 



BALL 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 





vow 



GLASGOW 



MEMBERS OF SQUAD 



Almond 
Armstrong 
Barlow 
Bran di 
Brinki. ey 

( UHl I I 

Cox 

Franklin 

Grecc 



II \K\II I I 

i.i'm aster 
Lakning 
Law isg 
m.m.fregeot 
McKeithen 

Moras 
Petree 

PlIIIIBS 



Oil IKK 

Rennie 

Ki in- 1 1 i 
Secret 
Tarver 
\V.\i I- 

Webster 

■i i ikk 




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THE 1933 ZENITH 



BASKETBALL 



ASKETBALL RESULTS 



High 


Point . 


3'' ; 


A. S. T. C. . . 


■ • 33 


High 


Point 


• ■ 4" ; 


I.cnnir-Rhvnc . . 


■ V) 


High 


Point 


• 3°; 


A. S. T. C. . . 


. . 28 


High 


Point 


33; 


Elon . . . 


• 3S 


High 


Point ■ • 


37; 


W. C. I". C. . . 


3' 


High 


Point . 


. .90; 






H lull 


Pciinl . 


43; 


A. C. C. . . . 


3' 


High 


Point - . 


3'; 




32 


High 


Point . 


■ 54 i 


Catawba ... 


• • 37 


High 


Point . . 


. ■ 5fi; 


A. C. C. . . . 


. 28 


High 


Point . 


37; 


Catawba ... 


33 


High 


Point . 


• 42; 


I.cnoir-Rhvnc . . 


• • 57 


High 


Point . . 


. • 38; 


W. C. T. C. . . 


• • 33 


High 


Point 


• • Hi 


\v. c. T. C. . 


42 


High 


Point . . 


. • s«; 







The Purple Panthers opened their cage season with 
a victory over the Appalachian Teachers quint by 
the score or p'-jj, and r litis- started another title chase 
rather handsomely. 

In the second «atiir the Purple and White tosher- 
turned back the well-balanced I.enoir-Rhyne live b) 
the narrow margin of 41-3';- Leading ;" 'he half by 
three points the Yowineu managed to put the game 
oil ice when the elongated Hampton tipped in 2 
double deckers, in the closing minutes of play. 

Again Appalachian fell before the Panthers. Trail- 
ing at intermission the Purple and White hasketeers 
Staged a last canto drive led by the diminutive 
Malfrcgcnt the pop-shot artist, anil took the game 
out of the Appalachian bag. 

It was a nip and luck battle from (he toss up ti 
(he final whistle, but the F.lon quintet won the thriller 
and handed the Panthers a 2 point embarrassment. 
The final score was J5-33. 

The Purple got back into the win column by 
trimming 'he Teachers from Western Carolina 37-31. 
It was the steady floor play and point netting ability 
of Captain Harris that was largely responsible for 
the victory. 

The Yowmcii drubbed the Guilford Quakers 90-17, 
in a game that saw the entire Panther squad hitting 
the basket for at least 10 points. Martin was high 
scorer in this game. 




TOVCERY 



KEARNS 

Guard 



MALFREGEOT 

t'nraard 



COCHRANE 
Ctnler 



BRINKLEY McKEJTHEN 

Center Guard 



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HARRIS 


HAMPTON 


SAMET 


MARTIN 


HESTER 


MORAN 


Forward 


Ctntti 


Foiwjrd 


Forward 


(in.ru/ 


Giuri/ 



The next foe to (all before the Panther stride was Atlantic Christian College, by the score of 
43-31. Leading through the entire name the High Point quint was never in danger. Hiinklev 
and McKeithcn shared the scoring honors. 

Eton again eked Out a one point victory over the Vow tossers. Tin- stellar work "I Towerv 
was not enough to best the Christians ol Elon, Bj defeating the Panthers the Elonifes prac- 
tically cinched the title. 

Atlantic Christian College was again taken into camp by the Panthers s>>-2S. The Yowmen 
piled up an early lead that was never in danger. The defensive work of the aggressive 
Cochrane was evident in this name. When Hampton rested, Cochrane handled the pivot posi- 
tion and did not excellent job. 

Knotted at the hall the Panthers came back strong to take a game I mm the Quakers, 37-33. 
The battle was a sec-saw affair for almost three quarters, when Jack Moran, stalwart guard, 
cut loose and put the game on ice. 

Guilford College was beaten badly Ivy the Panthers 56-31. Every member of the squad -an 
action and a held night was enjoyed bj the Panthers. Whit Kearns copped high sci ring honors, 
looping in 16 points. 

Catawba was an easy victory for the Panthers, score S4-37- Morion Samet, the High Point 
Houdini, was the outstanding performer in purple. He took the ball away from his Opponents 
time after time and hit the loop for 15 points, pacing his colleagues. 

A revamped I.enoir-Rhync team pinned a decisive defeat 
on the Purple Panthers to the tune of 57-42. The Panthers 
were never able to threaten the high-H\ing Hears. Leading 
at the hall the Lennir-Rhyne five continued to pile up a lead 
that the Panthers were act able to overcome. 

Lin- Panthers won over Western Carolina State Teachers 

by the score of 38-33. The Purple and While were, how 
ever, slow in getting starled and ai intermission enjoyed only 
a one-point lead over the catamounts. In the final twenty 
minutes the Yowmen, paced by Hill Hester, built up a si/able 
lead which the Teachers could not overcome. 

In the third game of the series the Teachers of Western 
Carolina avenged the earlier defeats pinned on them by the 
High Pointers and turned back the Purple ba-kcteers by the 
score of 4S-3S. Trailing al halftone the Calain I- grad- 
ually grew into a storm that blew the Panthers out of the 
victory. 

The season was a most successful one wit h twelve victories 
and four defeats. The Panthers under the tutelage of the 
astute Coach Vow were the contenders for the championship 
in the North Siate Conference. Vow fashioned a formidable 

quintet, which was a tower of strength on the defense, and 
possessed a scoring combination that was difficult to stop. 
The Panthers, while they did not bring another conference 
title to the College, carried on true to the spirit of all their 
predecessors. 




G. \V. HOLMES 
Managtr 



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THE 1933 ZENITH 




BASEBALL 

The Purple Panthers baseball team of the school year *36-'37 enjoyed a successful 
season, winning 11 games and losing 4, thus garnering for themselves second place in 
the North State Conference. 

The seven returning lettermen and a host of hopeful aspirants made the task of 
forming a formidable nine an easier job than it had been in recent years. Harris. Rudi- 
sill. Gregg. Martin, Towery, Brinkley, and Yow shared most of the brunt of the at- 
tack. Wagner filled the shoes of Dorset in the backstop position and turned in a 
most creditable season. Hampton took over the initial sack and proved himself to be 
quite potent at the bat. 

Most of the mound duty was handled by Yow and Brinkley. These men are cred- 
ited with most of the High Point victories. 

Although the 1937 team did not annex another Conference title, the entire squad 
worked hard and displayed the usual high type of sportsmanship that is t/p'cal of all 
High Point College teams. 



I K6 I 






HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




TENNIS 

The enticing sport tennis invigorated the participants to a great extent this past sport 
year at High Point College. When coach Owens called for representatives for the tennis 
team, his call was generously answered by a large number of students. 

Coach Owens picked from the many hopefuls, Wilson Rogers, who was later named 
captain, Cooper, Short, Pressley, Armfield, Hinshaw, and Setzer. These were the men 
who showed best in the school tournament and were selected on their relative merits. 

The schedule was a rather ambitious one, listing as it did, the strongest teams in the 
conference. Included in the Purple and White netmen's schedule were Guilford. Elon. 
Atlantic Christian college, Catawba, Lenoir-Rhyne, and Louisburg. 

The racquet and the netmen from High Point twice humbled the Quakers of Guil- 
ford. Both victories were won only after hard-fought matches, and the Quakers went 
down fighting. In their next match the Purple went down to defeat at the hands of 
the powerful Elon net team, who won a decisive victory. Atlantic Christians were next 
for the Panthers and from these two matches the High Point team emerged victorious. 
Louisburg was beaten badly by the High Point team in the only match that they lost 
all season. In the last two matches the Panthers went down to defeat before two pow- 
erful foes, Catawba and Lenoir-Rhyne. 

Although not a truly successful season, the team carried on, true to their Purple 
and White banner. 



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THE 1935 ZENITH 




JUNIOR VARSITY 

The High Point Purple Kittens turned in a most impressive hardwood record this 
past basketball season. Completing a twenty-game campaign, they won seventeen and 
lost three imbroglios. 

Making .a pre-season barnstorming trip to rhe western part of the State, they emerged 
with the scalps of eight teams in as many starts. These teams were the leading high 
school and semi-proquintets in the Cleveland county. 

The Kittens showed well in the Junior division of the A. A. U. tournament. They 
were eliminated in the semi-finals after a hard-fought battle. 

They display a brand of ball and a class of floor work that is seldom seen in prep 
circles and a scoring combination built up around "Big" Bill Keen that was difficult 
to stop. 

Carrying the brunt of the attack was Buren Garlington, Bill Keen, Frank Murray, 
Claude Watts and William Henderson. It was the scoring ability of this five that con- 
tributed largely to the successful season. Others who provided the scoring punch were 
Lemaster, Albertson, Wclborn, Gannon, and Hinshaw. 

Each member of the Purple Kittens showed a marked improvement during the season. 
Many will graduate to the varsity and give promise of strengthening the varsity. 

Thus came to a close the Junior basketball season. The Juniors will fill the vacan- 
cies left by graduation on the varsity, and therefore the team has served its purpose. 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The college W. A. A. is one of the youngest, yet one of the most active organiza- 
t.ons on the campus. This year, sponsored by Miss Strickler, and with Olga Marlette 
as president, the W. A. A. has been a tremendous success. At the beginning of the 
year thirty-five sports-loving co-eds were added to the roll. 

Soccer, volleyball, basketball, tumbling, tennis, ping-pong, badminton, and baseball 
filled the calendar for the year. Between the classes keen rivalry was shown as they 
practiced for the various tournaments, with their en- 
thusiasm reaching its peak in close games determining 
the victors in each sport. From the entire group of 
girls out for sports, a varsity team was chosen for 
each particular field of activity. These teams were 
picked by Miss Strickler, the coach, who has so ably- 
filled her position. 

Not all of the work of this association is confined to 
sports alone. It is an annual tradition of the organi- 
zation to sponsor a carnival, rivaling the county fairs 
in color, eats, games of chance, and fun for all. So 
to the furtherance of the W. A. A. we all lend our 
support for still more successful years in the future. 








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THE 1033 ZENITH 




Johnson. Holloman, Helms. M.nl.-tt.- Jenkins. Matthews 



BASKETBALL 




Matthews. Holloman, Marlotte. Holmes. Jenkins. Jenkins, Helm*. Palmer, Johnson 



BASEBALL 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




Helms, Palmer. Lmdley, Miran 
Graham, Jenkins. King. Marletie, Lackey. Hurley. Hollornan 



SOCCER 




Miian. Jenkins. Dixon. Lmdley, Johnson. W'arluk 
Marlelte, Lackey, Hollornan 



VOLLEYBALL 



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THE I Q 3 S ZENITH 




P-iImrr. Johnson, Holloman, Kinney 



TENNIS 




Lassicer. Brown. Palmer, Jones, Parham, Thompson, Pnmm 



DANCING 



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COLLEGE MARSHALS 



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SPONSOR JUNIOR CLASS 




SELECTED THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BY PARAMOUNT PICTURES. HOLLYWOOD 



THE I 3 S ZENITH 




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SPONSOR SOPHOMORE CLASS 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




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SPONSOR FRESHMAN CLASS 




THE IQ38 ZENITH 




BEST ALL-AROUND 
HiiiiRKiii Gabriel 
Max Rocers 

best sports 

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BEST LOOKING 
Cerelda Lackey 

1 1 \K Hi ASK 

MOST ORIGINAL 

Hersadise Hurley 
Rop.eri Raskin 



SENIOR 



SU PERLATIVES 



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UltiU POINT 




MUST INTELLECTUAL 
Marcaret B. Baii.e\ 
James Mattocks 

most versatile 
HiMiRETti Gabriel 

David Cooper 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Mario k Hoi i om u 
C. YV. Martin 

MOST POPULAR 
Cerelda Lackey 

Robert Raskin 



SENIOR 



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FOR THEY HAVE 
PATRONIZED US 



The good will of men, women and children who contact this 
organization casually or in business constitutes the principal asset 
which maintains it as a service institution. Our sincere desire to 
serve our many patrons well and unselfishly is widely recognized 
and our ability to do this is established. 

HIGH POINT, THOMASVILLE AND 
DENTON RAILROAD CO. 



'NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL" 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

DUKE POWER COMPANY 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SNOW LUMBER CO. 



BELK STEVENS CO. 

HOME OF BETTER VALUES 
(Family Outfitters) 



Professot: 

A ripe, disillusioned old man with over- 
ripe lectures. 



Compliments of 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING 
COMPANY 



W. C. Brown Shoe Shop 

QUALITY SHOE SHOP 

128 N. WRENN ST. PHONE 4313 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

New Service Laundry 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

PRINCESS CAFE 



Cut Rate Furniture Co. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

615-616 East Green St. 
HIGH POINT, N. C. Phone 2879 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

Eagle Sandwich Shop 



"What are you writing?" 




"A joke." 




"Well, give her my regards." 


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For Fine Expert Tailoring 



See 



ABE BERNARD 

126 N. Main St. 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 



1215 Ward St. 



Phone 4006 



Students Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

Eats — Drinks — School Supplies 

OFFICIAL COLLEGE RINGS 

OCCO D. GIBBS, Student Manager MISS ELDA CLARK, Faculty Mgr- 



"Waiter, this plate 


evidently wasn't dried 


after it was washed." 






"Whaddya mean, 


wasn't dried? 


That's 


your soup." 







J. C. PENNEY CO. 

Incorporated 

"OVER 1,500 STORES" 



Without Printing Modern Education 
Would be Impossible 

Barber Hall Printing 
Company 

PHONE 2385 





Compliments of 


North Carolina Theatres 




* PARAMOUNT 




* BROADHURST 




* CAROLINA 




* RIALTO 



HIGH POINT SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. 

Established 1905 

BANKING— INSURANCE— TRUSTS 



ry RFECT r-VERY WAY 
KROTECTION rVERY DAY 
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"It Pays to Look Well" 


N. L. Garner, Agency 

Occidental Life Insurance Company 




The Star Barber Shop 

Has Eight First Class Barbers 
To Serve You 


701 Security Bank Building 






Phone 4648 




103 North Main Street 


Compliments of 




Compliments of 


S. H. Kress & Co. 

5- 10- 25c Store 




Beeson Hardware Co. 


Compliments of 




Compliments of 


Sartin Dry Cleaning 
and 




KOONCE FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 


Dutch Laundry 




PHONE 4545 









Sdqax aSnidex, Lpn-intinq 



PRINTING - ENGRAVING 



PHONE 32 4.2 



460 N. WRENN ST. 



Compliments of 

Sunshine Laundry 

Phone 3393 
Genuine Dry Cleaning 



The Kopper Kettle 

Home Made Sandwiches 
and Cold Drinks 

Greensboro Road 



Compliments of 

GARLAND DISTRIBUTING 
CO. 

Phone 4610 



HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 


W. Foster 


J. B. Petty 


J. E. Dixon 


J. H. Dorsett 



North State Telephone Co. 



Serving High Point and Vicinity 



Compliments of 


Central Ice Delivery Co. 


PHONE 4507 


512 W. Broad St. 



Guilford General 
Hospital 



Burrus Memorial Hospital 
and Burrus Clinic 



____ - ^uwo g> 

ED MEN DEN HALLJ 





Visit In 




MANN 


DRUG 


STORES 


1 ligh Point 

Thomasville 

Kannapolis 


• 


Greensboro 

Reidsville 
Burlington 



Clcroer JBranb Batrp, 

Sncorporateb 

PHONE 4553 

MILK - BUTTER * ICE CREAM 



R. R. BLAND MUSIC CO. 



INCORPORATED 



Agents for JBalbtoilt Pianos 

Phone 2492 

128 N. MAIN ST. 



THE 

SHERATON HOTEL 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Headquarters for H. P, C. 

BANQUETS LUNCHEONS 

A GENERAL MEETING PLACE 

A Cordial Welcome Awaits You 



¥ 



"TED" BARROW, Manager 




high -f*t3rfin^---TH!3i 



Hey, Lady! 

"You look as though you were poured 
into your dress." 

"Oh, thanks!" 

"But you shouldn't have run over." 



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 Young with Limited Means 

"A GROWING COLLEGE IN A GROWING CITY" 

For Catalogue Apply to 

PRESIDENT OR REGISTRAR 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



DE LUXE DINER 

High Point 



DIXIE DINER 

Greensboro 



DIXIE DINER 

Raleigh 



Always the Best Place for Real Food 



QUALITY BAKERY 

We Specialize in Birthday and 

Party Cakes 

317 N. MAIN TEL. 3165 



Professor: Give me an example of Greek 
tragedy. 

Stooge: A closed hot-dog stand. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

PEGGY ANNE SHOPPE 



DE SOTO PLYMOUTH 

FURNITURE-CITY MOTORS 

Incorporated 

792 N. Main St. 

PHONE 3296 



SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
319 N. Main St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Wagged Ladies Shop 

For the Woman Who Cares 



SHELL TIRE AND BATTERY 
STATION 

"One Slop Service" 

Shell Products, Exide Batteries, Tires 

Phone 4349 
720 N. Main St. High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Richerson Department 
Store 



Realtor 


Now here's a 


beautiful 


home 


overlooking the lake. 






Buyer: 


Where's the lake? 






Realtor 


That's what we're overlooking. 



JAS. 


D. 


COX & SON 

Incorporated 




HARDWOODS 


Dogwoods, 


Persimmons, Hickory 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 



J. W. SECHREST AND SON 



Since 1897 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Dial 3349 



.,— ':■■ :■'-■"—>->•--, 




FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 



Hudsk 

4s ^^ na wnvc 



DAIRY*™ 



West Lexington Ave. 



High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

LANCE PACKING CO. 




Politician (reciting his life story) : "There 
were times when starvation was staring me 
in the face." 

Voice (from crowd) : "It must not have 
been pleasant for either of you." 



Icecream 



Quality Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, 
Clocks, Gifts, Luggage 

WAGGER JEWELRY COMPANY 



Elwood Hotel Corner 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



A. D.: "You look like a sensible girl, 
let's get married." 

J. K.: "Nothing doing, I'm just as sensi- 
ble as I look." 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



JACK LANGFORD 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 




J. B.: "Is it true that J. M. has owed you 
for a suit for three years." 

C. V. Y.: "Yes, do you want to pay the 
bill?" 

J. B. "No, I want one on the same terms." 



1888-1938 
FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY 

First Furniture Factory Established in High Point 

HIGH POINT FURNITURE CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



HIGH POINT STEAM 
LAUNDRY 



Dry Cleaners and Dyers 

PHONE 3325 



PERKINSON'S 


Incorporated 


JEWELERS 


For Quality Jewelry at 


Reasonable Prices 


We Appreciate Your 


Patronage 


1 10 N. Main HIGH POINT 



ELLIOTT FLORAL CO. 

SHERATON HOTEL BLDG. 

Flowers For All Occasions 

Member of F. T. D. A. 

FLOWERS BY WIRE 

Day Phone 2586 Night Phone 41302 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

WRIGHT-CLINE SHOP 

308 N. Main St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RAINBOW DINER 

Corner N. Main and English 



Dean L.: "Are you writing that letter to 



a man.' 



?" 



C. L.: "It's a former roommate of mine." 
Dean L.: "Answer my question." 



HIATT TIRE CO. 

135 W. High 

Corner N. Main and Thurston 



JlarUee's 

High Point's Quality Department 
Store 



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THE 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

IN THIS ANNUAL 
WERE MADE By 

Dunbar & Dan 
Studio 

134 Fayette-Cille Street 

JRaleigh, North Carolina 




FINE PORTRAITS 
PROMPT SERVICE 



Largest College Annual 

Photographers In The South 



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B€ it Known 

™AT MAX ROGERS, Editor 

BANKS THAYER, Business Manager 

HAVE PORTRAYED FAITHFULLY 
AND ABLY IN THE CREATION OF 
T^HIS BOOK THOSE INESTIMABLE 
QUALITIES WHICH TEND 




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ILLUSTRATION AND YEAR BOOK DESIGNING 

Jo ^04-UA,a^Cj^m</umt, EDUCATION 
IN THESE ARTS // 

JO- cJu^CiyUy THE STANDARD Of YEAR 
BOOK PRODUCTION 

JA) vUnMJLs ALL MEMBERS OF THE 
FACULTY AND THE STUDENT BODY WHO 
HAVE SIMILAR AIMS 

AND IN RECOGNITION OF THESE QUALITIES 
AND IN SINCERE APPRECIATION OF THEIR 
UNSTINTING COOPERATION, THE CHARLOTTE 
ENGRAVING CO., EXTENDS THIS WELL 
DESERVED CERTIFICATE OF MERIT 




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