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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1940, HIgh Point College"

HELEN WALLER AND REGINALD HINSHAW PRESENT: 





PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BYTNE STUDENTS 



WRENN MEMORIAL UBRAiU 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

HIGH POINT, N. C 



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OF HIGH POINT COLLEGE, HIGH POINT, N.C 



FOREWORD 




COLLEGE 



IHE WATCHFUL LITTLE PANTHER HAS AC- 



COMPANIED THE CANDID CAMERAMAN ON 



HIS TREK THROUGH THE YEAR 1940. TO- 



GETHER, THEY HAVE CAUGHT YOU, DEAR STU- 
DENT, AND PLACED YOU IN THIS, THE FOUR- 



TEENTH VOLUME OF THE "ZENITH." IF, IN 



VACANT OR IN PENSIVE MOOD, THESE LITTLE 



REPLICAS OF YOUR ACTIVITIES STRIKE UPON 



THAT INWARD EYE AND BRING YOU SMILES 



BECAUSE OF RECOLLECTIONS OF YOUR COL- 



LEGE DAYS, THEN WE OF THE STAFF SHALL BE 



HAPPY. 



ORGANIZATIONS • ATHLETICS • FEATURES 



DEDICATION 

TO 

WILLIAM ARNOLD LAMBETH, D. D. 

Zealous Christian Minister, 
Genuine American Citizen, 
Loyal Trustee of High Point College 

Who by his generous spirit of un- 
selfish service, has endeared himself 
to all whose lives he has touched. 

WE DEDICATE 

THE ZENITH OF 1940 








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GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS. A.M., D.D., LLD. 
President 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

H. A. MlLLIS President 

N. M. Harrison- Secretary 



Or. J. W. PRITCBARO 
Dr. C I. Humphreys 
Rev. J. C. Auman 
Mr. C. F. Finch 
Mr. H. A. Mil lis 
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 
Mrs. M. J. Wrens 
Mr. A. M. Rankin 
Dr. W. A. Lambeth 
Rev. J. E. Pritchard 
Mr. R. M. Cox 



Dr. J. H. Cutchin 
Mr. Chas. W. McCrary 
Dr. J. D. Williams 
Mr. J. M. Millikan 
Mr. J. Norman Wills 
Mr. F. Logan Porter 
Mrs. C. F. Finch 
Mr. F. T. Teagie 



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ADMINISTRATION 

AND 

FACULTY 



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Miss Louise Adams 


). HOBART ALLRFD 


Banks Apple 


A.M. 


A.M. 


R. N. 


Instructor in Mathematics 


Professor of Modern 
Languages 


College Nurse 







Allen Austin 
B.S. 

A ssistant Prornotion.il 
Secretary 




Helen R- Bartlett 


Mrs. Alda T. Berry 


Mrs. Almetta Brooks 


Edmond O. Cummin gs 


Ph.D. 


M.A. 


B.S. 


Ph.D. 


A tsociate Professor of 
History 


Instructor in Bunnets 
Department 


Instructor of Art 


Professor of Chemistry 




E. Barton Dulac 


Walter R. Fleischmann 


Mrs. Walter R. Fleischmann 


William H. Ford 


M.A. 


A.M. 


B.A. 


A.M. 


Professor of Business 

Administration 


Instructor in Dramatics 
and Speech 


Instructor in Dramatics 
and Speech 


Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 



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Mrs. William H. Ford 

M.S. 

Professor of Home 

Economics 



E. C. Glasgow 

A.B. 

Instructor of English 



Mrs. Lillian M. Green 
House Mother, 
Boy's Dormitory 



R. Howard Gunn 

A.B. 
Instructor of Business 

Administration 




Janet F. Hall 
Instructor in Music 




Nathan iei. M. Harrison 
B.D. 

Promotional Secretary 




BFNJAMIN H. Hill. 

Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 




Clifford R. Hinshaw 

A.M.. Litt.D. 

Professor of Education 

and Psychology 







E. Vera Idol 
A.M. 

Professor of English 



C. Lucille Johnston 

Ph.B. 

Secretary lo President 



Paul S. Kennftt 

B.D.. LL.D. 
Professor of History 



Harriet Killough 
B.S. 

Dietitian 




Percy E. Lindley 

A.M., Litt.D. 

Dean of College and 

Professor of Religious 

Education 




A. C. Lovelace 

A.B.. M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of 

Education 




Mrs. Mabel T. Millikan 
A.B. 

Social Director of 

Woman's Hall 




J. Harlev Mouranf 
M.S. 

Professor of Chemistry 
and Phy>ics 



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ADMINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 




Paul Scott Owfn 

M.A. 
Aum.iui Professor of 
liusiness Administration 




Mrs. Cullen B. Owfns 
Mus.B., Sch. Mus.B. 

Head of Music Department 




Donald J. Rulfs 

M.A. 
Professor of English 




Gkrtkude Strickler 

B.S.. A.M. 

Director of Physical 

Education for Women 




Mrs. Alice Paige White 

A.M. 

Librarian anil 

Professor of Greek 




Nathaniel P. Yarbrough 

A.M. 

Asiociate Professor of 

Modern Languages 




C. Virgil Yow 
A.B. 

Director of Physical 

Education for Men 



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Bond, Williams. Coble. 



OFFICERS 

Archie Williams President 

Beverly Bond Vice-President 

Becky Coble Secretary-Treasurer 

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SENIOR CLASS 



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Km i lie Hanks Apple, K.N. 

KtKNtRSVll.lh, N.C. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha I'lii 

Uurrus Memorial Hospital, '57; W. A. A., 

1, 2, 3; Modern Priscilla. 2, 3; ZENITH, 2; 
Fcotlighters, 3 ; Win's Who, 3. 



Forrester C. Ai man 

SEAGBQVE, s. i . 
B.S. 

Football, 3. 4; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 

4; Aknrhiiiiari l.itcran S"iicl>, i, 2, 3; Hi- 
Po. 3- 



R. Stanley Berg 

CHARLOTTE, S. C. 
A.B. 

Central Bible Institute, 1, 2; Baseball, 3. 



Helen Gertride Blackrirx 

CREENSCORO, x. C. 
B.S. 

Commercial Club, t; Honor Rnll, 2, 3; in- 
ternational Relations Club, 4; Future Teach- 
ers Cluh, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Beverly Earl Bond 

IIAYXKSViI.il:, I A. 

A.B. 

Epsilon Era Phi 

Secretary, North Carolina Student Minis- 
terial Association, i ; Vice-President, Senioi 
Class; Thalean Literar) Society, i, 2, 5, 4; 

President, 4; Snccer, 3; \\'lm\ Who, 4; Hi- 
Po, i, 2, 3, 4 ; Editor, 4. 



JOH \ 1'. C Mil. 1. 
HIGH POIK 1 , \. 1 . 

A.B. 

Thalean Litem n Society, 1; Ministerial As- 
sociation, 1, 2. ;, 4; \'ice-Pre-idenl, », 4 



Mary Milliard Carraway 

iih:ii POINT, v C. 

A.B. 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, j, 4; 
Honor Roll, 3; Footlighters, 4; Future 
Teachers, 4; Tumbling, 1; International Re- 
lation* Clul". 4. 



Lawrence William Carte. 

\i u VORK, \. \ . 

U.S. 

Hand, 3, 4; Soccer, 3, 4; Engineers' Club, 
3, 4; Vice-President, 4. 



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ReBEC< 1 COBLE 
ii \u RIVER, N. C. 

U.S. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Treasurer, Class, i ; Woman's Athletic As- 
sociation! i, 2, 3, 4 ; Artemesian Literarj So- 
ciety, i, a, 3, 4! Modern Priscilla, i, a, 3, 4; 
Secretary 2; Vice-President, j; President, 4; 
Honor Roll, 1, 2; Secretary, Class, 4; Future 
reachers, 4 ; Marshal, 3. 



Louise Holt Cole 

WISE, X. C. 

A.M. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball, 1 ; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 

4; Class Manager, 4. 



Adelaide Virginia Connor 

iiavvii ik, va. 

U.S. 

Nikanthan, 1, 3: Avertte College, 2; Modern 
Priscilla, 1, 3, 4; Woman's Athletic Asso- 
ciation, 1, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor So- 
ciety, t. 



Anna Elizabeth Dark 

IIIOMASVll.l.E, \\ C. 
B.S. 

Arleinesian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4; 

Woman's Athletic Association, 1, 2. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Helen Bess Davis 

i\i in I), v. C. 

U.S. 

Flora MacDonald, i ; Artemenan Literarj 
Society, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Law Club. 4; Dormi- 
tory Council, j. 



( rEORGE E. Fl.klNS 

LIBERTY , S. C. 

li.s. 

Epsilon Eta Fhi 

Akrothinian Literary Society, 1. -. 5, 4; 
Secretary, 2; Vice-President, 3; President, 4; 
A Cappella Choir, 1, 1, 3; President, ;, 
Manager Basketball, 3: Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil, 4; President, 4; On-.-. President, 2. 



K. Vestal Ferguson 

GRAHAM, X. C. 

B.S. 

(iuiltord, 1; \V. C. I". X. C, 2; Modern 
Priscilla, 3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Woman's Ato- 

letic AssoCiatiOD, 3, 4; Rep.irter, 4; Nikan- 

than Literary Society. 3, 4; Christian En- 
deavor Society, 3 ; B. S. I*., 4. 



Jenme Rith Fisher 

rich fie id, \. c 

A.3. 

1'iiitlrr Junior College, 1. 2; Woman's Ath- 
letic Association, 3, 4; Class Manager, 4; 
Artjmeslan Literarj' Society, 3, 4: Future 
Teachers Club, 4; International Relation* 

Club, !. 



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Sibyl Eleanor Fowler 

pinnacle, \. c. 

A.M. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Christian Endeavor Society, i, 2, 3, 4, Ni 

kanthan Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4; 

Woman's Athletic Association 3, 4; Zenith 

Staff, 4; Future Teachers Club, 4. 



Seymour Holiday Franklin 
krkeport, n. v. 

A.B. 
Iota Tan Kappa 

Football, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball, ;; Class Basketball, 2, 4; Baseball, 2, 
4; Hi-I'o, 3,4- 



Kith Vickrei Kitkelle 

greensboro, x. c. 

U.S. 

Modern Priscilla Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 
2; Nikanthan Ltterarj Society 4. 



II. Beiron Garlixgtun 

POLLOCK, I. a. 

B.S. 

EpsiJon Eta Phi 

IThalean Literary Society, 1 ; Soccer, 1 ; Bas- 
ketball, 1, 2. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Florence Mildred Grant 
carysburc, n. c. 

A.l!. 

Nikamhan Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4: 
Woman's Athletic Association, i. 2, 3. 4: 
Class Manager, 4; Christian Endeavor So- 
ciety, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Joe Hutchinson Gray 

HIGH l'"l\ 1, v. C. 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Aknithinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3; Treas- 
urer, 2; Circulation Manager, Hi-Po, 2; 
Vice-President, Class, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; 
Student Council, 4; Treasurer, Council, 4. 



Hcgh Hampton 
kutherfordtok, -v. c. 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain. 4; 

Soccer Coach, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ak- 

rothinian Litcrarv Society, 1, 2, ;. 



Herrert Frank Hartman 
apvaxce, x. c. 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

rhalean Literary Society, 1, 2; Dormitory 
Council, 1 ; Student Council, 2; Class Presi- 
dent, 3. 



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Fraxk 1 1 k.i 








Dixie Brown Helms 


I BXI'NCTOK, K. C 








KAMII.EMAN, \. C. 


B. S. 








A. K. 


Epsilon Eta Phi 








Meredith College, 1; Artcmesian Literary 
Society, 2, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor, 2, 3, 4; 


(iiMimciri.il Club, i; Y. M. < 


. A.. 1 


; '/.< 


JK- 


\V. A. A., 2, 3, 4; International Relations 


mi, 2; Akrothinian Literary 


Society 


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3. 


Club, 3, 4; B. S. I'., 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 


Secretary 2, President j; Dormitory 


Coun- 


Teachers Cluh, 4. 



eil, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; 

Ili-Pn 3, ("imitatiim Manauer 3; Inlerna- 

rional Relations Club, 3, 4; Business Man- 
ager Student Handbook, ;, 4. 



Rith Hepler 
iiiiim asvii.i.k, s. c. 

A. B. 
Alpha Theta Psi 

Artemesian Literan Society, 1, 2, 5; 

P'.-lla Choir, i, 2. 



A Cap 



Joseph Mallard Milliard 

iiiiim asvii.i.e. v. c. 

B. S 

I 'halean Literary Society, 3; Freshman Bas- 
ketball, 1 ; International Relations Club, 3. 



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SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Reginald Hinshau 

men POINT, ST. C. 

A.B. 

Iota Tan Kappa 

Student Council, i, 4; President, Boy's Day 
Council, 4; Y. M. ('. A., 1; Akrothinian I.it- 
rr.in Society, I, 2, 3 ; Marshal, 1; Critic. 3; 
Hi-Po, 1, 2; Sports Editor, 2; Tenuis, 1, i, 
3, 4; Football Manager, 2; Freshman Bas- 
Lightcd Lamp, 3, 4; Athletic Council, 3, 4; 
ketl.all; Chief Marshal, 3: Who', Who, 4 ; 
ZBNITH, 3, 4; Business Manager, 4; Foot- 
lighters, 3, 4; International Relations Cluh, 
4; Future Teachers Cluh, 4. 



Percy Holland 

BERLIN, Mil. 

U.S. 
Kami, 2, 3, 4. 



Lawrence Hyerly Holt 

i.kxisgtox, v. c. 

AM. 

International Relations Cluh, 3, 4; President, 
3; Forensic Council, 4; Ministerial Associa- 
tion, 1, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; Law Club, 
+ ; A Cappella Choir, 1, 3, 4; Akrothinian 
Literary Society, :, 3; Secretary, 5; Inter- 
collegiate Debater, t, 3, 4; Christian En- 
deavor, 1, 3; Knot light crs, 4; Honor Roll, 
1, ; ; Ili-I'o, 1, 3, 4. 



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Nell Elizabeth Holton 

I1ICII pi UN I. s. I". 

A.B. 

I'luta Phi 

Woman's Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3: Class Treasurer, 
;; Marshal, 3; President, Girl's Day Coun- 
cil, 4; Student Council, 4; Honor Roll, 5: 
Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



LlLLIE ESTELLB Hoi-KIN'S 

NORWOOD, [J. C. 

A.B. 

Pfeiffer, i, 2; Christian Endeavor, 3, 4: 
B. S. V., 3, 4; B. V. P. I .. 5f 4, President, 4; 
Future Teachers Club, 4; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 3, 4. 



Annie Hali. Howeli. 

TIIOMASVIM.E, n. c. 

A.B. 

Chowan College 1; Artemcsian Literary So- 
ciety, 2, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor 2, 3; Inter- 
national Relations, 3; Future Teachers Club, 
4; B. S. C„ 5, 4. 



Robert L. Johnson 

10 \ 1 1 IN, X. C. 

B.S. 
Helta Alpha Ep-ilon 

Student Government, 5, 4, Vice-President, 3, 

President, 4; Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 

3, 4; Forensic Council, 3; Lighted Lamp, 

5. 4. 



Alice Louise Jones 
i h0masv1lle, n. c. 

A.B. 

Alpha Tlu-ta Psi 

Artemcsian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Mary Jean Kallam 

i.avvsonvii.i k. x. c. 

A3. 

E. C. T. C, i, •. 



Esther Elizabeth Kivett 

111(711 POINT, \. C. 

A.B. 
Alpha rheta Psi 

N'ikanthan Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary, 2; Vice-President, 3; Ministerial As- 
sociation, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4; Sec- 
retary, 4. 



Mabel Esther Koontz 

11 1011 POINT, .V. C. 

A.B, 

lli-Pn, 2, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 
2, 4; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2; International 
Relations Club, 3. 4; Debating Club, 2, 4; 

Orchestra, 1, 2. 



William Dams Locke 

FMIIl I), \. C. 

B.S. 
Igta I .in k:ipp.i 

Phalean Literary Society, i, i, 5, 4; Oorml 
rury Council, 4; Basketball Manager, j. 



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Marc Hoyle Lovelace 

llinil POINT, n. c. 

A.B. 

Iota Tail Knppa 

Band, 5, 4; Thalean Literary Society, 3, 4; 

A Cappella Choir, 3; Honnr Roll, 3, 4; 

Vice-President, Class, 1 ; Vice-President, 

Class, 3; College Marshal, 3; Lighted Lamp, 
3, 4; Who'-. Who, 4; Intercollegiate De- 
bater, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 
3. 4- 



Danease Grayson - Manley 
high point, n". c. 

AH. 

Alpha Theta Psi 
Arteme-ian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Hilda Martin- 
rich SQUARE, N. C. 
B.S. 

E. C. T. C, 1, 2, 3; li. S. I'., 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club, 4; Nikanthan Literary 
Society, 4. 



Marguerite Bruce McCaskill 

Ill.ANEY, Si. C. 

A.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 2, 3; President, 
3; International Relations Club, 2, 3; Fu- 
ture leathers Club, 3; Who's Who. J. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Horace McKlNNEY 

HIGH POINT, 8. C. 

A.B. 



Doris VIRGINIA Metger 

FROSTBLRC, MD. 

A.B. 

jlue Ridge College, i; Woman's Athletic 
Association, 2, 3, 4; Artemesian Literary So- 
ciety, 2, 3. 4; Honor Roll, 3; Footlighters, 
!, 4; Christian Endeavor Society, 2, 3 ; A 
Cappella Choir, 2, 3; International Rela- 
tion* Club, 3. 



Esther Clarissa Miran 
tdkkingion', conn". 

B.S. 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

Marshal, 3; Who's Who, 4; Dormitory 
Council, 3; Woman's Athletic Association, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Manager, 1, 3; President, 
4; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nikan- 
than Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 
2; Modern Priscilla Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary, 3 ; Vice-President, 2 ; Class Treas- 
urer, 2; Class Secretary, 3; Future Teachers, 
4; Individual Volley Ball Award, 3. 



Nellie Graham Moore 

DELCO, N. C. 

B.S. 

Plierfcr Junior College, 1, 2; Christian En- 
deavor, 4; B. S. I'., 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; 

President, 4; B. V. P. I'., 3, 4; Individual 
Basketball Award, 3; Ministerial Associa- 
tion, 4; Modern Priscilla Club, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers, 4. 



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Olive Myers 


Ri-th Madeline Myers 


MICH POINT, N. I'. 


i i i r; i i point, N. C. 


A.iJ. 


A.B. 




Nikanthan Literary Society, 3, 4; Inter- 




national Relations, 3, 4; Future Teachers 




Club, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4. 



Iva Pearl Nicholsos 

GRAHAM, K, C. 
U.S. 

E. C. T. C, 1 ; W. C, D. N. C, s; Modem 
Priscilla, 5, 4; Artemesian Literary Society, 

3, +: W. A. A., ;, +; B. S. V.. 3. 4- 



Simeon Byron Njfong 

winston salem, n. c. 

A.H. 

Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 
4- 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




James Talum Odom 

mt. olive, n. c. 

A.B. 

Campbell College, i, i. 



Alice Overman 

ttlOH mis I, S. C. 

i;. -. 

W. C, I . \. ('., i, a; Band, ;, 4; A Cap- 
|);ll.i Choir, 3; Nikanthan Literan Society, 

3. 4- 



Mae Sle Pegram 

HIGH POINT, \. c. 

A.li. 
A. S. T. C, 1, a, ;• 



Mary Rith Peeler 

MCC 1 li in Wll I K, OHIO 

A.i-;. 

Pfeiffer, 1, • ; international Relations Club, 
4; Future Teachers Club, 4; Artemesian Lit- 
erary Society, ;, 4; Chaplain, 4. 



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William Edgar I'oovey 

mi. ii puis i. v i . 

B.S. 

Brevard College, i; Akrothinian Literar) 
Societ) , i. 4 '. Tracts, 3. 



William ALEXANDER Rexxik 

mi nil EN, M \». 

A.B. 

Honor Roll, 1, 2, 5; Football, 3; Band, 2, 

3, 4; Thalean Literary Society, t, 2, j, 4. 

President, Stale Student Ministerial Assn- 

l-lation, • ; Who's Who, 4. 



P, II. Scarboro, Jr. 

i'cisoiKIi, N. C. 

B.S. 

Iiil;l 1:111 K.ipp.i 

pfeiffer, 1, 2; Dialean Literar) Society, ;. 
4 ; Secretary, 4 ; Band, 3, 4. 



Charles Sharps 

GRI 1 NSBORO, V. C, 

A.B. 

Guilford College, i, 2; Ministerial Associa- 
tion, 3. 4; Footlighters, 3, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Richard Addison Short 




Margaret Virginia Sink 


HIGH I'OIM, N. L'. 




HIGH POINT, S. C. 


I!.S. 




B.S. 


Tennis, 3, 4; Soccer, r, •; Blodl "H" 


Club, 


Honor Rnll, 2, 3; Commercial Club, 1; Ni- 


3. 4- 




kanthan Literary Society, 2, 3, 4; [nterna- 

tional Relations Club, 4; Fulure Teachers 
Club, 4. 









E. M Smith 




Mrs. Fern Smith 




HIGH POIS r, \. C. 

A.B. 




HIGH I'OIM, \. C. 


Wingate, 


1, 2; Wake Forest, 3; B. S. V. 4; 




A.B. 


Ministerial 


Association, 4; Future Teachers 


Wingate, 


1,2, ;; Future Teachers Club, 4. 




Club, 4- 



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Lee Roy Spencer. Jr. 

hich MHKT, K, C 

AJJ. 

Ministerial Association) i. ■:. 5, 4. President, 
5; International Relations Club, 5, 4, Pn->i- 
dem, 4; Debate Club, 4; Akrotbinian Lit- 
erary Society, 3, 4 ; Chaplain, 3 ; Forensic 

Council, 4. 



Ru iiARu Bernard Stolack 

BROOKI VJJ, W. v. 

B.S. 

Manager Football Team, 2, 3; Block "H" 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Akrotbinian Literary Society, 

1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 2; Medical Club. 
4; Track, 2, 3. 



Jesse Lee Swinson 
charlotte, v. c. 

A.B. 

Columbia Bible Institute, 1, 2; Baseball, 3, 
4: Footlighter's, 5, 4: Ministerial Association, 

3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor, 
5, 4- 



Hexry Terry 

mcc \i t., s. c. 

B.S. 

I ), Ita Alpha I psilon 
Band, 1,2, 3, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Anna Margaret Tbsh 

i EXINCTOK, S'. C. 

A.I'.. 
Greensboro College, i; MiniMtrial A*«nci.i 

tion, 2, 3, 4; Secretary] 4; Future Peacher; 
C'luli. 4; Christian Endeavor, 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club, 4; Honor Roll, ;, 4. 



Ri th Merely \ Thompson 

IiiiiM \.\ I; I I , \. I. 

i;.s. 

rheta Phi 

Arteme ian Ltteran Society, 1, 2. 3, 4: Vice- 
Pre idem, 3; Modem Priscilla C'luli, 2, 3, 4; 
Woman's Athletic Association, •, 3, 4; Dor- 
mitnri Council, President, 4; Studeni (iov- 

rrnmenl, 4. 



Laura Edith Vance 

1111:11 l'iil\ 1. v C. 

A.B. 

Tlicta Phi 

Artemesian Literar) Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary, 2; Treasurer, 3; President, 4; Com- 
mercial Club, 1; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3: 
Secretary, 2; Student Council, 2; Day Stu- 
dent Council, 4: Band, 3, 4; Woman's Ath- 
letic Association, 1, -■ 



Helen Waller 

KIKSTON, V C. 
B.S. 

Siiiiua Alpha Phi 

Woman's Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Christian Endeavor, 1. 2, ;; Secretary, 2; 
Dormitory Councn, 2, 3; treasurer, 2; Sec- 
ruari, ;; Nikaiith.in Literan s ciety, 1. 2, 
3, 4: Treasurer, ;: Critic 4; Student Coun- 
cil, 4; Zenith Staff, 3, 4; Editor, 4; Mar- 
shal, 3. 



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Verel Jeanette Ward 

! 1 1. 1 K I 1 , V C. 

B.S. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Commercial Club, i; Christian Endeavor, i, 
2, 5, 4; Nikantfaan Literary Society, 1, 2, 5. 
4; Student Council, r, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; 

Zenith, 3, 4. 



Set RGEON W \RXliR 

01 11 FORD, COLLEGE, •>'. C. 

A.M. 

Guilford, 1, 2, 3. 



Vera Josephine Weant 

111(711 POINT, K. C. 

A.B, 

Alpha Theta I'm 
Nikanthan I.iterarj Society, 2, 3, 4. 



Edgar Strickland Welborn, Jr. 

TIIOMASVIM E, V. C. 
A.M. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Dormitory Council, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; 
Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Treas- 
urer, 3; Freshman Basketball. 1: Junior 
Varsity, 2. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Archie Gray Williams 
wendell. k. c. 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Akrothinian Literary Society, i, 2, 5; Secre- 
tary, 3 ; President, Class, 4. 



Ftn Alexander Wofford 

LEXWCTOK, X. C. 

A.B. 

Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4; Akrothinian 
Literary Society, i, 2, 3; Chaplain, 2; Mar- 
shal, 3; Manager, Baseball ream, 2. 



C. Arthi r York 

iiii.ii POINT, x. C. 

A.B. 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Akrothinian Literary Society, i, 2, 3; Fresh- 
man Basketball, 1 ; Student Council, 3; Law 
Club, 4- 



William Elmer Yoi n'O 
high point, x. c. 

U.S. 
Epsilon Alpha Phi 



Hal D. Vow 

CIBSOSVII.I.E, \. C, 
B.S. 

Class President, 1 ; Baseball, 1,2, 3, 4; Man- 
ager, Football, 4; Akrothinian Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2. 



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oAlma SVlater 

hi our hearts we hold the mem'ry 
Of a place we love the best; 
O'er it wares the purple banner. 
Emblem of its fearlessness. 



Chor 



us 



We praise thy name and honor true. 
They stand for loyalty and lore; 
May yours be fame that to you is due 
For you we'll 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. 

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. 



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Koontz. Spainhour. Ctowdcr, Clifton 



OFFICERS 

Burke Koontz President 

Robert Clifton Vice-President 

Rachel Spainhour Secretary 

Helen Crowder Treasurer 



JUNIOR CLASS 



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JUNIOR 



CLASS 



EVEU s Al K1KS 


William Ballakd 


HIGH POINT. (*, i 


Al IIFMAMI B, N. C. 


I \Kt Al SMS 


Marcarei Bairo 


HIGH POINT. ?• 1 


HIGH POINT. N « . 


Blaine Baxter 


I'.u i Henrv Blair 


FAt.l.STON, N. C. 


HIGH POINT. N. C. 


W'll 1 1 AM Hi SSI II 


( !i kiri ill Kim. ii \.u 


HIGH POINT, N. C 


UNION GROVE. N < 


Olin Biickensofrifr 


Winifred Burton 


GARY. INI. 


HIGH POINT. N. C. 


Helen Brow N 


Winifred Br^ an 


ASHEBORO, N. <T. 


HICKORY, N. r. 




140 1 




M\me\ Bveria 






Ei mer Cash u i 


1 HINOTOS, N. C. 






TRINITY 




Lawrence Byrum 




Brick Carrauay 




HIGH POINT. N. C. 




HIGH h'ls 1 


Alice Chasih EB 






Charles Cochrane 


HIGH POINT. N f. 






STAP . N . '■ 




Robert Cuftdn 




Sam COBl i 




HIGH POINT, N. r. 




HIGH POINT. N ' 


Lucille Ckaven 






Helen- CroWOER 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 






HIGH POINT. N. C. 




Edith Cribbs 


Ma 


K\ SNOW ('RIDLEBAICM 




HIGH POINT, N. I 




MICH POINT •■ ■ 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



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JUNIOR 



CLASS 



Paul Deaton 

shannon, n. c. 



Catherine Ellison 

high point. n. c. 



A I BKKI F.ARI.E 
NT. LAKE, N. J. 



Garland Ellis 

CAP.Y. N. C. 



Louise Ellison 

high point. n. c. 



Jessie Frazier 
high point. n. c. 



Delberi Everhari 

THOMASVILI.T, N. C. 



John Farlow 

SOPHIA. N. c. 



Marv TAi LOR < ; \ -i 

MAHianinisvii.Lt, N. c. 



Horace Giles 
high point, n. c. 



HOW w;n < . UtMOft 

HIGH POINT. N, C. 



ADAM Lee Gibson- 
high POINT, N * 




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m.\ksf Gran i 

HIGH P01KT, s < 



Victor ii \rri k 

9 BBHAVRI s N .1 



KoBKK'l HOI I OW v\ 

MOSBOF, N. «.. 



BfMi.n Fn\ Hbgi 

LEXINGTON, v ( 



Doris Holmes 

GPAHAM. N. c. 



HEN'Rl HlBBI.I 
NOU1H HUSTON. VA 



Bill Kf.fae 

HUH SQUAJtl N • 



Lucille Johnson 

u INSTON S\l im n I 



Pauline Kbnneti 

HIGH POINT, s . 



Nellie Kilikei i 

Ml NDERSON, N. C. 



Jack Lee 

HIGH POINT. * i 



Burke Koontz 

high point, n i 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



r-»3 j 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



Marcel Malfregeot 

CLARKSBURG. W. VA. 



Joe Mu 

tmomasvilll. N. e. 



Jack Moran 

eheepoht. n, v- 



James Moori 

troUtvii 1 I . VA. 



Ruth Murphy 

THOMA5VILLE, N. C. 



Frank Murray 

QIMOMVll l i . N- c. 



Byrdelle Nicholas 

sallis, miss. 



( rEORGE NEEDHAM 
GREENSBORO, N 



Louis Micro 

LONG ISI.ASU, N v 



Sara Owen 

TROY. N. C. 



DOROTHV PEGRAM 

GREENSBORO, N ' 



Celeste Payne 
high point, n . . 




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o o 




Cleo Pis six 






Betty Securest 


GBEEN5BOHO N . 






HIGH if. ■ ; 




Je AS'SE Rankis 


Worth RM U 






HIGH POINT. N - 


TPIMT1 ■- C 




Robert Sicfxoff 






Rachel Spaishoir 


HIGH POINT. N. C- 






WINSTON S\: BM N «. 




Coble Shoftsf.r 


Robert Smuek 






GIUONVILLE, N. C. 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 




Wll IIS Tarver 






C ARM EX VERVOV 


gpavsos, la. 






MT- HOLLY N c. 




Cleo Templetov 


Lucy Neal Thaver 




HARMONV, N. C. 


ts:s:-, -• 





JUNIOR 



CLASS 



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JUNIOR 



CLASS 



C. A. Watts, Jr. 

WINSTON SALEM. N I 



Emma Whitaker 

hNFIILD, N. C. 



I. II. I .\ Willi UCER 
FNI'Ib'LEI. N. r. 



Komi Wynk 

SPINOALBi N. C. 



Frank 't 01 sc 

HIGH POINT. N. *.. 




H6I 




Hunt, Lewis. Bivrru. M«rhige 



OFFICERS 

Bob Merhige President 

Elvin Lewis Vice-President 

Grace Bivens Secretary 

Virginia Hunt Treasurer 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Harriett Herry 
( !r iCE BrVBNS 
Howell Campbell 
Ki.ma Chambliss 
M ary Ri'Tii Clin \ri> 
Evelyn Davis 
Willie Edwards 
Florence Elkins 

S \r \ Lot < il-.RRIw.l-R 
Helen Gibson 

GIRLS 



Ruth < Jood 

\i drey Guthrie 

Rl Til ( rUYER 

Mi mi i Hilton 
Virginia Hunt 

Anne Kitchens 
Christine Kiser 
Hilda Lanier 
Jean Maxwell 
Ri tii M v. 

Dolores McKeown 
Carolyn Nifong 



Irene Parker 
Ethelda Peters 
Rlth Phillips 
Ger \ldine Rash 
Frances Scrlggs 
M ary Smith 
Iris Thacker 

JdSEHHINE To.MLINSON 

Mary Townsend 
Charlotte Varner 
Mabel Warlick 
Elizabeth Wood 




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»«H POINT COLLBGB 







BOYS 



Darrell Allreo 
Robrrt Andrews 
l ; ov Beck 
Harry BROOKS 
Ben Bulla 
Hanks Chilton 
Millard Coble 
George Connor 
Jerome Coi nihan 
Ralph Cox 
Forrest Cates 
Jimmie Edwards 
Banks Evans 
Leonard Faust 
Frank FERNANDEZ 
Ralph Ferree 
Russell Fitch 
Samuel Fowler 
Vernon Forked 



William Fra/ier 
Cecil Freeman 
Boyd Getti 
Warren Godwin 
Ed Greeson 
John IIamm 
Frank Harris 
Roberi Hicks 
Robert Hoi I 
Arnold Huff 
Russell Hughes 
Lewis Jarvis 
Bruce Jenkins 
Lovd Johnson 

R. S. KlCER 

rOMMl Kin KSZCZVH 

WlM RED 1 \t» *K 

Ralph Lamer 
Elwn Lewis 
Jimmie McCali. 

Robert Mikiim.i 
Merreri Miller 



Fred Mil i • 
Milliard Nance 

MlLUI I I OliliM 

Roberi Overman 

William I'm i erson 
Milton Price 
Harlan Re in 
Mai coi m Riley 
Clayton Sechi er 
James Scotten 
Joe Sheets 
Bernard Shi i i i i 
Stokes Smith 
Frank Stone 
Albert Sucr.s 
Ellis Si i eon 

BRl If I'lliiRBl RN 

|i u in Weatherj \ 
George Wei. born 
John Wii i IAMS 
Brandon York 

Put Y i a ms 



SOPHOMORE 



CLASS 



us*' 



UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



iii\ Beck 

1. 1 cv Rosrm.e Bkooks 

A I FRBIi Bl GHANAN 

Charles o. Buchan \\ 

VlRGlKI \ Bl Kin'. 
Mil I OKI! BlFRI I 



l.i u\ \kii CoCHRANI 
IIfski Ferree 

VlKI.IM V I I'.K 

Josephine Gibson 
i I \/i i Lassi i ik 
\1ks. Helen k. Likdsai 
Mrs. I'-. F. Stir em \i i 



Ai ICE El i/aiih ii Strotz 
Bi --H White Tesh 

M\K\ I.. TlMMONS 

Elizabeth V*esi 
Lesi.if Ward 
c. Vircil srow 



PIANO STUDENTS 



Grace Bivins 

Oi.IN BUCKENSDERFER 

Nell m. Humphreys 



DOROTHI MaNCIS 

Doris Metcer 
Bfrtii i V. Mil i ims 
Zei m \ Park ell 
Dorm Poikoexter 



Catherine Ryan 
Geni Thacker 

Ki.i/areiii Y<>\\ 



VOICE STUDENTS 



A i ma Andrews 

II \RRIFIT BfKRI 

Banks Chilton 
Jessie Fraziek 



I imes Emori Gibson 
Hi i i\ Jul Hauser 
A. A. Hoots 
Zei \i \ Parnbi i 
Mrs. Wm. Racsd \i i 



Sara Scrit.i;s 

FVFI.I s SllARI'l 

Sam I'am.iik 
Mi kii i In m u 



ART STUDENTS 



EVELYN A I kiss 

M \ki ma Baiii 
Winifred Bi rton 
Hi i i n Brown 
Gertrude Bingham 
Annabel Bingm \m 
I hi i ii Cribbs 
M \k\ S. CRIDI Him i-ii 
Ai ICE In Wi'DI h: 

Catherine Ellison 

I mi isi El I ISON 

I EN Ml Rl I II I I SI I IK 



Jessie Fka/ii.k 
Hugh Howeli 
Catherine Keknedi 
Mrs. Am a Limh 1 1 
Margueri i e Mc< ' \~K 1 1 I 
Rl in Mirpiii 
Mrs. S. W. M\ ers 
Danesi Mamei 
J i \\ M VXH F.I.I. 

h \ Nicholson 
Dorothy Pegram 

Mm Si i I'u.kam 



Milton Price 
Ruth Peeler 
Rachel Spainhour 
Mrs. Fern A. Smith 
Mrs. E. Sitrewai.t 
Bernard Shi m i 
Mary Ai.ma Teagi e 
Anna Tfsh 
Henri Tf.kry 
Carmen Versos 
Jule Warren 
Mrs. Emma s. Whiti 



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Imvillc YiVm-i. Rolttl,. Vi'jrron. 



OFFICERS 

Julius Weiner President 

Richard Rozelle Vice-President 

Jule Warren . , . . Secrelciry 

Dorothy Linville - Treasurer 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



mi 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



kathn n alien 
erma andrew 
mary Lillian andrew 
maltha baity 
aunahel bingham 

doris byerlj 
eloise bodenheimcr 
ruth rave 
Fiance) chappell 
doris cllnard 
willie clinard 
gaynell conrad 

cmma lee cress 

geneve crowder 

jean davis 

Josephine deal 

anna lee ellisi n 

evelyn evans 



GIRLS 



nellie graham 
ruth grirhth 
l>cts> hammer 
wanda harvillc 
mary holton 
Virginia jester 
mildred jones 
mary kathryn kenned)' 
arline kotlei 
elizabetfa long 
ruth laughlin 
leatrice lindley 
dorolhj llnville 
may toft in 
elizabeth long 
helen macneal 
grace mckaughn 
belle moore 

frances musselwhite 

martha grey mickey 
grace nevius 
patricia ortman 
ruth parker 



tloris poinilextcr 
ilorotrry presncll 
mary randolph 
anuie gail ridge 
doris rcbbins 
paulinc roach 
elizabeth russell 
Catherine ryan 
ronda Sebastian 
helen scott 
carol smith 
rstelle smith 
doris spence 
lucille stout 
barbara Strickland 
mildred styers 
mary alma league 
marie thayer 
ruth thayer 
roberta underwood 
jule warren 
nina whitaker 
Caroline vork 



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(m I Hi /at 


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^Hr. Tj 










1 W~d^ 

:T3 OT 






wmm 










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BOYS 



paul allii-r 
alvin boles 
jnhn brooks 
williard browti 
douglas case 
james caudle 
clyde cecil 
eugene Connelly 
clinton crew 
John currence 
lee davis 
hurley davis 
george demmy 
martin dreyfuss 
Jacob duncan 
James duncan 
thomas elliot 
ross farlow 
morion flower 
leroy foster 
roland garmon 
I. w. gerringer 
leon gibson 
harold green 



arthur griswold 
james gibson 
einmett barmen 
harry hauser 
billy henderson 

william hinkle 

alvin horn 
Sinclair hnrney 
william bowel I 
arthur Humphrey 
hernard hurley 

william hutchins 

alt red bouts 

charles ivey 

james Jacobs 
robert kearns 
bayne keevei 
bruce key 
William king 
william langfan 

bill langley 

frank lamheth 
franklin lawrence 
alfred lea 
In- ri r> lewis 
lawrence linncmati 
morion littman 



s. j. little 
james lowder 
william long 

charles mecum 

gerry messeberg 
henry miner 
duncan monroe 
lindsay moore 
albert morris 
billy morris 
frank morton 
alfred neikind 
bill nifong 
dan udom 
leo pappas 
richard pavne 
joe petack 
david phillips 
henry pope 
robert pritchard 
harold reynold- 
m art in rosen 
richard rozzelle 
darrell sechrest 
william sctzer 
theoilore Schumacher 
Julius shcrman 



b. b. slaughter 
barn sandusky 

I red sluan 
bernard snyder 
ross spencer 

Francis stalmaker 

william starnes 
sam taylor 
bob truesdell 
michael tynberg 
henry van bylevelt 
georgc van guilder 
howard veacb 
spofford venable 
james walker 
martin walkoff 

liilin- w< iln r 
bill welborn 
robert vrilliams 
don wilson 
robert wilson 
george wood 
gile wood 
elliott wynne 
herman wyrick 
carl you 
george suras 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



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ORGANIZATIONS 






ROBERT JOHNSON 
PrtsiJeal 



To make the way for a better student- 
teacher relationship, to instill into the stu- 
dent a sense of responsibility to himself and 
to others, and to guide and direct social ac- 
tivities en campus, are the major aims of 
the Student Council. The Council also 
serves as a connecting link between the dor- 
mitory and day students having its repre- 
sentatives chosen from each of the two 
bodies. This year two additional members 
were added to represent the boys' and girls' 
day student governing bodies. Under the 
capable presidency of Robert Johnson, the 
Council sponsored most of the outstanding 
social functions of the school year. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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Riven*. Trmpleton. Holmes Baity, Thompson 



DORMITORY GOVERNING BODIES 



Ruth Mekei.w Thompson President Frank Hece . 

IIei.es Davis Vice-President Edgar Welborn 

Clbo Templeton . • Secretary Jack Moran 



President 

Senior Representative 
Junior Representative 



Earle. Locke. Stalmaker. Moran. Hc^tf. Frrrce. Welborn. Coumhan 




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Parfcer. Allen Holton Crowder. Van.:. 

DAY STUDENT GOVERNING BODIES 

Nei.i. Holtok Prtsident Reginald Hin'SHAM President 

Edith \'a*ce . . . Senior Representative Marc Lovelace Senior Representative 

Helen' Chowder Junior Representative Roberi Clifton Junior Representative 

Fraaicr. LovfUce Hiivha* TtuesdaU. Qitton. 




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THE 

ZENITH 



-v 



•? 



^ *»■ 



WALLER. Editor 


^ X 


f V 


HINSHAW. Mmgga 


Editorial Staff 


L fc 


Helen Waller 


Verel Ward 
J vck Lee 

Rachel SlMIMIUlR 


Sibyl Fowler 



Business Staff 
Reginald Hixsmaw Albert Eari.e 




16o; 




Irene Parker 
Marsk Gram 
Mabel Eoontz 
Seymour Frakxuk 
Burke Koon i z 



Editorial Staff 

F.MAM 11 Mill 

Ik wk Morton 
iki- iii \(. k kk 
J\ i ma Sherman 
Winnie Km w 



Victor Harbek 
Dorothi Press' ei i 
Jack Hoi rs 
Doris Poisntxi i r 

I I I II I I «'r a\ in 



Lawrence Hum 



Business Staff 
John Hamm 



Jen Sim is 




THE 

HI-PO 

BOND. BJuoi 

HAMM. Mjnjf<r 



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VOICE DEPARTMENT 

Direct from study at the Juillard School of Music in 
New York City, Miss Janet Hall, head of the Voice De- 
partment of High Point College, has effected many im- 
provements in that department which are noteworthy. A 
gifted and well-known singer herself, Miss Hall has great- 
ly aided in the upbuilding of the reputation of her depart- 
ment through the presentation of numerous recitals both 
on and off campus. 

Instruction in Voice culture is open to the students 
working toward a B. S. degree in Public School Music or 
to students wishing to develop their voices through private 
lessons. 

Perhaps no held in the college curriculum has aroused 
more interest at High Point than has the field of voice 
culture. The increasing numbers of young men and 
young women interested in the various courses of the de- 
partment have necessitated its enlargement. 




MRS. JANET RUSSELL OWENS 
Chnir Director 




MISS JANET HALL 
rem- Ditttiot 



THE A CAPELLA CHOIR 

The presentation of the "Messiah" and the "Elijah" re- 
quired most of the time of the choir this year. The ac- 
tual selection of the choir members, however, was not done 
until the beginning of second semester. 

The college quartet composed of Banks Chilton, S. W. 
Taylor, Dick Rozelle, and Bernard Hurley, was given 
more prominence than ever before. This group sang at 
many programs during the year, both on and off campus. 

The choir gave numerous presentations, but took no 
long trips as is the usual custom. It was most outstanding 
during the commencement programs where it has become 
a fixed part of the graduation exercises. 

The achievements of Mrs. Janet Russell Owens, head 
of the Music Department, and director of the choir, this 
year are certainly worthy of praise. Her continuous train- 
ing of both the choir and the quartet accounted for the 
great improvements of both groups. 



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First Soprano 

Martha Baity Louisi Ellison Ansa Tbsb Lii.u Whitaker 

Mary s. Cridlbbaugh Zri.ma Parneli Charlotte V'arnbr 

St i "in/ Soprano 

Evelyn Atkins Harriet Berry Jessie Fra/hr Ruth PHILLIPS 

Helen Scum 



First Alto 
Audrey Guthrie Nell Holton Jean Maxweli 



Doris Poiniiexier 
Basks Chh rON 
Tommy Kixasyczuk 



Si (Oiul Alto 
Eorra Vance 

First Tenor 
Lawrence Byrum 

Second Tenor 

Wade Iv»'\i/ 

First Bass 



I., w. Gerrikcer Warren Godwin Joe May 

Ki i ion Wynne 

Secoml Buss 

Olin BuCKENSDERFER Jack Hoi rs Bernard Mirier 

Francis Siai.mamk 



NlN \ Willi AKIK 



Emma Whit \ker 



S. W. TaYI OR, Jr. 



B mi k Si ai 'ii i ik 



Dick Rozei i i 



Chari i - Mn i M 



A C A P E L L A CHOIR 



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THALEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Officers 

Beverly Bond • President 

Albert I ami i . Vict-Presidtnl 

P. II. Scarboro . . Secretarji 

Morton Flower ... , . . . Treasurer 



Rih i 



Bill Renxie 
Marc Lovelace 
Bob Johnson 
Bernard Shi i ei i 



.1 vcob Duncan 
Billy Locke 

1! \sk- Clin TON 

Olis Blicxensoerfer 

I "\l\l\ Kl\ ASC\ Kl K 

John Wti hams 

Hll I.\ III Mil KMi\ 

Henri Miner 
Ross Spencer 
Ben Bi u * 



Hh\ck Wvnn 
Charles Mecum 
Joi May 
Victor IIarbkr 




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Officers 

Margueriti McCaskili ... President 

Cleo li.\ii'iiio\ Vice-President 

Geraldine Rash Secretary 



i-.kma Andrews 
m vry Andrews 
Evelyn Atkins 
Annabei Bingham 
Helen Brown 

WlNH RED 111 Ki"'. 
DuKIS Bykki.v 
Rl i n (' \\ i 
JEWEI CAMPBELI 

II MA CHAMBI ISS 

M \K\ Rl III Cl INARD 
Diikis Cl.lNARIi 

Willie Clinard 
Adei vide Connor 

I I l IN I l'«UI\ 

Evelyn Davis 

[OSl RHINE l>l Al 

Louise Ellison 
i \ Fi i \ Evans 
Vestal Ferci son 

Sim i Fowl EK 
Ki in I- 1 IRENE 

Marv T \\ i or Gay 
Sarah Lou Gerringer 

III i EK GlRSOS' 

Nil lis Graham 
Mll.liKin Gra.vi 



Roll 

Al IIKI \ (ill IIKII 

Mai hi Ri m <.i \ ik 
Doris Hoi mf.s 
Lilly Hopkins 

VlRCIKIA III M 

Virginia Jester 
Lulu i.e Johnson 

\ h i 1 1 k i i i k i i i 
El 1/ M'.i 111 Kn 1 1 i 
Mabel Koostz 
ARLENE Km i ik 
BETT1 I.AM. 
Rl III I VI i. in i\ 

I i \i kk:e Lindley 
Dorothy Linville 

I KI INI l.nl ll\ 

Hilda Martin 
Dolores McKkows 
Marcuerite McCaskili 
Helen MacNeai 
Ruth Meyers 
Martha Gra\ Mu ki \ 
Esther Mir as 
Nellie Moori 
Ki i I I Moori 
Eleanor Mosseuvhite 
( in hi: Nevius 
B\ riii i i i Niciioi \- 



Ai.ici Overman 
Celesi i I'a\ m 
Rum Parker 
Etui i da I'm i rs 

PoROIIIY PRESNEI I 
GBR VI DINE R \- 1 f 

Helen Scon 
MARCAREH Sink 
Caroi Smith 
Estelli Smith 
Doris Spi sci 
Mn hid ii Stv ers 
Rachi l Spaixhoi ll 

Cl.EO I I MP1 I lo\ 

I I O Nl- VI III A% 1 K 

M \KII I II \\ I 1 
Rl I II I'll \\ IK 

M \k\ Tovvksevii 

MAR\ Al MA I KM. I i 

Anna Tesh 
robbri \ cvderwooi) 
charlotte v'arner 
Helen Waller 

\ i ki ' Ward 
J lie \V uri-\ 
Joan Wii i iams 
Elizabeth Wood 



NIKANTHAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



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ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Eon 



Bettv Securest . . 
[rene Parker 



I )l I II l-KS 



. . . . President 

. . lit i -President 
. Secretary 



Roll 



Jane Ai si is 
Martha Baity 
llAKKin Berry 
Gertrude Bingham 
Grace Biveks 
Winnie Bryan 
Alice Chandi m 
Anne Chappeu. 
Frances CaAPPEl i 
Rebecca Cobi i 
Louise Cole , 
Mary Snow Cridlebaugh 
Geneva Crowder 
Helen Crowder 
IIfi.es Davis 
Willie Edwards 
Florence El.KiNS 
Anna Lee El i ison 
Catherine Ellison 
Jennie Ri hi Fisher 
Jessie Frazier 



Ruth Good 
Ruth Griffith 

Betsy Niii Hammer 
Wanda Harvh.le 
Ki hi Hepi.er 
Mary Hoi.TON 
Nell HoltON 
Mildred Jones 
Pali ins Ken mm 
Christine Kiser 
Anne Kitchens 
Elizabeth Long 
Dan ease Manley 
Ki in Mai 
1 1 v. Maxwell 
Doris Meic.er 

( rRACB McKAUCHAN 

Iva NlCHoi SON 
Patricia Ortman 
s\k \ Owen 
Irene Parker 



Zelma Par sell 
Ruth Peeler 
Ruth Phillips 

PlNNIX 

Doris Poindexter 
Jeanne Rankin- 
Mary Randolph 
Annie Gail Ridge 
Doris Rorbins 
Hi: j ry Russell 
Catherine Ryan 
Betty Securest 
Mart Smith 
Lucille Stout 
Barbara Strickland 
Iris Th acker 
Ki iii M. Thompson 
jody tomlinson 
Edith Vance 
Carmen Vernon 
Caroline York 




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( ) I I ll MI - 



i.kroy spencer . , 
Albert F.ari.e . . 
[reni P\rker 



Speaker 



First tisittanl Speakt 
Recording Secretary 



Forrester Aumak 
Lester Ballard 

Wll.l-IARI) RrOU N 

Harry Brooks 
Winifred Bi rton 
Winifred Bryan 
Martha Baity 

(IIS ION' Crew 

Ei ma Chambliss 
Jack Caudle 
Martin Dreyfuss 
Jacob Duncan 
Ralph Ferrer 

Kl III FUTRELLE 

i\ ii \ s Davis 
Mildred Graki 
1 . w. Gerringer 
Warren Godwin 
\'ictor Harder 
Bill Henderson 
Mary Holton 
ARLENE Koiier 



Roll 

Dorothy Linvillb 
Jack Hours 
Bill Howeli 

Virginia Hum 
Bernard Ik ri ei 
Robert Johnson 
Mildred Jon i • 
Martha Mickey 
Dolores McKeown 
Frank Morton 
I>i tfCAN Monroe 
Byrdei i.e Nicholas 
Zelma Parneli 
Doris Poindexter 
Hiii Patterson 
Leo PAPPAS 
David Piiii i ips 
Ruth Phillips 
Lucille Si hi i 
Marv Smith 
Baxter Slaughter 
Carol Smith 



I i in-. Sherman 

(II \RLES SlIAKPE 

ronoa sebastatn 
Iris Tiiacker 
Bernard Shufeli 

JollV TOMI INSON 

Iiii Warren 
(arch I.N'E Y'ORK 

Frank Young 
Charles Meci m 

Ri in Peeler 

Wll I 1AM 1. \M.I AN 

Mich vel Ty nberg 

Nellie Kittreli. 

RSCINAI II HlNSHAW 

Mabel Warijck 
Geneva Crowder 
Hilda Martin 
Betsy Hammer 
Dakreli. Sechresi 
Harlan Run 
Carmen Vernon 



NTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



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£ - / " \ ' \ ^ 

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY 

Doris Holmes ... President 

Cleo Tkmpi.eton lue-Hrisitlenl 

Lucille Craven Secretary 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

Marc Lovelace .... . . . • . . President 

John Cacle . Pice-President 

Anna Tbsh Secretary 




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MEDICAL CLUB 

Robert Hoi.i . President 

Sara Owen . . rice-President 

Margaret Bairo Secretory 



LAW CLUB 



Victor Harber 

Robert Mkrhice . . . 
William Langfan 



- . . President 
Vice-President 

Set I'i'lary 




■ 

■ - i 



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T H E 



B A 



N D 



Oi.ls Blickensderfer . . 

Russell Hughes 

EMMA WmtAKBR nnil I.iiiif WiiiiMiIk 



. . . , . Conductor 

. . . Drum Major 

'Tmin Totirlers" 



Clarinets 

Marc Lot n u i 
Jack Cm dii: 
Wn i iam Starnes 
IIenrn Tfrk\ 
James sum i en 

111 ls\ II \MMI K 



Cornell 



Eugene Connelly 
Francis Si u maker 
Baxter Si. u gh i eh 
LeRov Foster 
Lawrence Cari er 
Iohn Williams 
t ii ii Freem \\ 



I llo Saxophones 

RissF.i i Hi GHES 
Janus McCai i 

I'lKO Hill I AM) 

Alice Overman 



Horn! 



Jin Siifiis 

Roberi Andrews 
Bernard Hurley 
Warren Godwin 



Flute 



Mil IIKHI Jli'.l S 



Pit i oln 



Euphonium 

RnniKi Overman 



llass 



W'll I IAM llllHS 

M. T. Hicks 



I-'.ni i ii Vance 



Bast Drum 

Sam Taylor 

Snare Drums 

Vernon Forney 

Roberi Williams 

W'll I I \M I'AI IFRSON 
Cymbals 

liiu Rennik 

Glockenspiel 

IIfi.en Sco ii 




Co l 




I .-..■!.!■ ■■ Vance. Gray Hunt 



FORENSIC COUNCIL 




INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 



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Koontz. Lovelace, Johmon, Hituhatv, Hctinu- 

Lce, McC.i*kill, Hoime\, Ttropleton. WalUr, Bond 

THE LIGHTED LAMP 



WHO'S WHO 

Rennif Lovelace. Hmshaw. Bond 
McO-WI. Minn 




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BLOCK "H" CLUB 



CHEERLEADERS 

Bivens. Crowdcr, ElWms 

Kinaszczuk. Ston. 1 




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OD ER N P Rl SC I L L A CLUB 



Officers 

Rebecca Coble President 

Lucy Neal Thayer Vice-Pres'i.inii 

Ci.to I'in-mx Secretary 

Vestal Ferguson Treasurer 



Roll 



Hanks Apple 
Martha Baits 

Annabel Gingham 



Rebecca Cobi i 
cleo i'innix 
Vestal Ferguson 
Ann Aim Connor 
e i held a peters 
Iva Nicholson 
Ruth Fi irei.le 
Ruth M. Thompson 
Esther Mirak 
Lucille Johnson 
Virginia Hunt 
Christine Kiser 
Frances Scruggs 
Luci Neal Thai br 
\n i Moore 
Jim Warren 



Betty Russell 
Joan Williams 
Mrs. W. II. Ford 




j T.TI 






3* 






\ 



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HOME MANAGEMENT 
HOUSE 

An increased number of Home Economics ma- 
jors necessitated two "practice house sessions" 
this year. All girls who are candidates for a B. S. 
degree in Home Economics are required to live 
in the home management house for six weeks dur- 
ing their Senior year. Being near the campus, its 
location is ideal for the young women who must 
attend classes on campus. 

Mrs. W. H. Ford, head of this department, 
supervises the girls in their management of the 
house. It is here that they apply all the principles 
which they have studied during their previous 
years of training by putting these principles to 
their practical uses. Child care, cooking, home 
budgeting, and home management in general are 
the important items studied at the home manage- 
ment house. 




MPS w H FORD 



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Morton Flower President 

Winnie Brvak Vice-President 

EVELYN ATKINS . . ■ Retarding Serretary 



ENGINEERS CLUB 

IIesrv II. HUBBLE . . President 

LARRY W. CARTER Vice-President 

WlNFRBD LAMAR Secretary 




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Owem. Lee, Adirm, Hinshaw. Miran. BlickemdrrlYr 
Elfcins, Kivelt, Whltr. Hohon, Allrcd 



Officers 



Geokce Ei.kins ...... 

Oris- Bmckbniderfer 

EUZABETB KtVETT 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 



Alpha Theta Psi 

Mrs. Alice Paige YViiii i 
Elizabeth Kivett 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Sigma .-II film Phi 

Mrs. C. B. Own us 
Esther Miran 



Delta Alpha Epsilon 



Prof. J. H. An. rid 
i ll i\ Blickes-sderfer 



Theta Phi 



Miss Louise Adams 

NEI I llnl ION 



Epsilon Eta Phi 

Prof. J. II. Moirase 
( iEORCE El KIN'S 



lota I'mi Kappa 



I'roi-. Pali. Owes 

Jack n. Lie 



Dr. C R. Hinshaw, Permanent Chairman 



This year, in a reorganized form, the Pan- Hellenic Council has adopted a number 
of rules and regulations which, it is believed, will lead to better relationships between 
the faculty, the student body as a whole, and the social clubs themselves. The Council 
is composed of a faculty adviser and a student representative from each of the six 
Greek letter organizations on the campus in addition to the new permanent chairman, 
Dr. Hinshaw. The group is quite active and well fulfills its duties by assuming active 
control over all the activities and relationships of the fraternities and sororities. 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



177] 



SIGMA ALPHA PHI 



Roll 



Esther Miran 
Rebecca Cobi i 
Hn iv Waller 
\'i:kki Ward 
Banks Apple 
Sibyl Fowler 



l.m i-l ( cil I 
1,1111 II JnllVSON 

Rachel Spainhour 
Hi in Sechres'i 
Jane Austin 
Virginia Hunt 



(i hi 1 i \ii'i i rON 
Ai ica Chandlbr 

Sara l.m (;rrrim;i r 



Honorary Members 



Mrs, C. B. Owens 
Miss Vm\ Iniii 



Mrs. P. E. Lindlev 

Miss | \m i II \i i. 




Miss Makriei Km much 




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Roll 



Seymour Franklin 

Jack Moras 
Rh:inai ii MivsiiAw 

lYlARSE GRANT 

Jack Lee 
Burke Koontz 

Makc l.n\ ei.ack 

Robert Clifton 



El mi k Cash m i 

Albert Earle 
Horace Gii es 
Jerry Coi nihan 

Robert Mekiih.; 
William Locke 
P. II. Scarboro 
Bovci Wyks 



Honorary Members 

Or. P. S. Ken.vett Dr. C, R. Hikumh 

Dr. P. E. Lindley Prof. A. C. Lovelace, Sr. 

O. A. Kirkman 



IOTA T A U KAPPA 



1791 



T H E T A 



P H I 



Roll 

Nell Holtom 
Catherini Em-ison 
Edith Vance 
Ruth m. Thompson 
1 1 iwi Rankin 

Grace Bivens 



iii i en chowder 

Pauline Ki.weii 

I. II I.V Willi \K I K 

I MM \ Wlll'l AKFK 

II \KKII I I Ul-KK\ 



Honorary Members 

Miss Louise Adams \Ik~. \. I'. Varborougii 

Mrs. (,i i\'. Muse MRS. \. M. Harrison 

Mrs. (". V. Vow 








I BO I 




4& 




Roll 



Archie Wii i i vms 

«iHlRi;f l-'.l KIS* 

Edgar Welborn 
( . A. Watts 
Frank Hece 

BuKRON CiARI.IM.ms 
ClIARI.KS ClIOIRAM 

Hi\ hki \ Bond 



Joe Gray 

Hi ch Hampton 

luvsn Kl.VASCYKUK 

Fred Mills 

Ik \\k If rnamik/ 
ROSER1 Smder 

Elmer "i oi nc 
Wii i i am Frazier 



Frank II WIH.W 



HtiNOK.\K\ .MliAIIUikS 



Edgar Hartley 
W. F. H ah ts 
I) win T. Yow 



J. II. Moirase 
N. F. Varboroucii 
Dr. B. II. I In i 



W\ME I'.. Mari Nil 



E P S I L N ETA PHI 



[SI J 



ALPHA T H E T A P S I 



Rcu i 



Ki.i/aiii I n Kim i i 
DANEABE Mam pi 

Josephine Wi am 
Lucy Neai. Tii a* er 
Ruth Good 
Ruth Hh'i er 



Ki in Mai 
Irene Parker 
Wii i ie Edwards 
Anne Kitchens 
Alice Jokes 
lliiiimnii Gabriel 



Honorary Members 

Mrs. Ami. Paige White Mrs. S. O. Peebles 

Mrs. m. W. Nash Mrs. G. l. Humphreys 

Mrs. C. k. Hinmi m 




"wqp- 




l»: I 





Roll 



Roberi Johnson 
Henrv Terri 

OlIS Hl.ICKI SSIII-KM K 



( ,11*. I Wi i BORN 
DARRELI Ai I Rl D 

HfIR ( )\ FRM W 



Honorary - Members 



Dr. Glenn Perrv 
Or. Paul R. Bowes 
Prof. \V. II. Forii 
Prof. J. II. Au.reh 



(.'. (.'. Kobbiss 
Herman Smith 
John WHITSEI i 
Dr. R. B. Davis 



Ok. W. L J M KS0N 



DELTA ALPHA E P S I L N 



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ATHLETICS 






C. VIRGII, YOW 
HtjJ Cojth 




E. C. GLASGOW 
Aiiiftanl Coach 



\ arborough. Grant. Yoiv, Hinshaw. 
Hinshaw, Allrtd. Glasgow, Austin 

ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

The Athletic Association controls all the athletic 
interests of High Point College. It is composed 
of several faculty members along with two mem- 
bers of the student body. Under the leadership of 
its chairman, Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, the group sched- 
ules all intercollegiate contests, supervises ticket 
sales, and makes preparations for trips which the 
athletic teams take. One of the more recent note- 
worthy accomplishments of the Association was 
the sponsoring of the addition of new seats in 
Harrison gymnasium. Perhaps the most impor- 
tant duty of this group is the supervision of the 
regular physical education classes which all physi- 
cally fit young men are required to take. 



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AGILE PANTHERS ON PARADE 




i 











37 fi 48fe :^iWPi28fci35 




a 



CLJft 




if!> O 





29||J31 J> 17 4,30 



Captain Franklin . . . End 
Case . ... . Back 

Johnson' , . Tackle 

Fornh^ Guard 

Hi n \n i . . . Center 

Fernandez Guard 



Stir. ml Row 

Altier Center 

GRISWOLD , Back 

Cochrane Back 

Boles . . . . Guard 

Petack - . . . Back 

Tarver Tackle 

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Third Roiu 

Clifton Back 

Moore . Back 

ZURAS Back 

Watts End 

Demmv End 

LBWIS Back 






REVIEW OF PANTHER 
FOOTBALL SEASON 

Despite numerous injuries which 
cropped up throughout the playing sea- 
son, the 1939 Purple Panther gridders 
came through a rough ten-game sched- 
ule with a record of four wins and six- 
losses. 

At various times during the year 
Mickey Cochrane, Frankie Fernandez, 
C. A Watts, Paul Altier, and Willis 
Tarver were on the sidelines with in- 
juries, but the Panthers fought against 
the odds in a gallant manner. 

It was in conference competition that 
the Panthers tasted defeat most bit- 
terly. In the opener with Elon, the 
Christians were victors 19-0. On suc- 
ceeding week-ends Lenoir-Rhyne and 
Catawba trounced the Panthers respec- 
tively by 32-7 and 31-13 scores. In the 
Catawba game, the Panthers provided 
the thrills even though they were on the 
losing end of the score. Henry Lewis 
intercepted a pass and scampered 96 
yards for a score and Mickey Cochrane 
ran a kickoff back 95 yards for a touch- 
down. Appalachian administered the 
other loop defeat by a 39-0 count. 

Victims of the Panther attack were 
William and Mary, 7-0, Guilford 7-6, 
E. C. T. C. 25-0, and W. C. T. C. 
7-2. 

Highlighting the season was the con- 
sistent performance of the veterans and 
the encouraging showing of several 
freshmen. Veterans Lloyd Johnson, 
Willis Tarver, Frankie Fernandez. C. 
A. Watts, Seymour Franklin, and 
Mickey Cochrane were brilliant in 
many games. Freshmen Henry Lewis, 
Arthur Griswold, George Demmy, Paul 




COBI.E SHOFFNKR 

/ r.tm. < 




HAL VOW 

.Uiindj.""' 

Altier, Alvin Boles, and Joe Petack 
exhibited skill and finesse which makes 
Coach Virgil Yow look to the future 
with optimism. 

Captain Seymour Franklin was the 
only letterman to graduate. With many 
returning next year plus the new ma- 
terial, it looks like better days are here 
for football 



ri9i 




HIGH 
VARSITY 



POINT 
SQUAD 






A (.TIER 


1 ) i st Ml 


Mil 1 s 






AUMAN 


E \KI t 


Moore 






BENS' ETI 


Fernandez 


Morton 






Boies 


Fork ei 


Petack 






Casi 


( iREESON 


Sanduski 






Cash ah 


(iKISlYfil II 


1 1RVIK 






Clifton 


lull v. Si is 


W'.m rs 






COCHRAKf 


Lawrence 


Wf.iner 






C'Ol'NIH A\ 


1 i-u i- 
FOOTBALL RESULTS 


/l K \- 




High 
High 


Point 








point . 


. . 7; Lenoir-Rhyne 


. . . 


32 


High 










Point 


. 7; William & M.-m 





O 


High 


















I 1 1M 1 

High 










High 
High 




0; Emory nnd Henri 












High 











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BASEBALL "ROSES AND THORNS" OF 
THE 1939 SEASON 

The 1939 Purple Panthers of the diamond, after a rather shaky early season start, 
roared through their half dozen games on the winning side. The belated surge of power 
gave the nine a season's record of nine wins and eight reversals. 

Pacing the mound staff were Freshman June Scotton from Thomasville and the 
veterans Elmer Cashatt and Hal Yow. The hitters were led by Rightficldcr Gilmer 
Wagonner. The team was characterized by a well-balanced infield which did a good job 
despite the record of defeats. As a defensive club, the Panthers were brilliant, but in 
crucial moments sometimes lacked the so vital scoring punch. 



RESULTS 



High 

High 

High 
High 

High 
High 

High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 



Point . . . ■ ■ 5 ; 

Point 4; 

Point 4; 

Point ... 7 ; 

Point 6; 

Point . . ... ..... 1 ; 

Point .5; 



Cata«ha . . 4 

Lenoir-Rhvnc ........ 4 

Ohio Wesleynn A 

Elon . ■ , 15 

Lcnoir-Rhviu- 5 

Elon 7 

McCrarv . 10 



Point 

Point -5; Elon 



; ; Catawba .... ... .... ; 















Point 

Point . 


. . . . '. ; 
6; 


Guilford 

W. C. T. C 

E. C. T. < 





















1 1 

3 
3 
3 
o 
2 
3 

S 



THE 1939 DIAMOND SQUAD 




191 ) 



BASKETBALL, 1939 - 1940 

Although they were forced to vacate their North State Conference 
throne which they held last year, the Panthers who uphold the Purple and 
White on the basketLiall court, cruised through the 1939-40 basketball sea- 
son with 21 wins and six losses, a fine record in anybody's league. 

Every power in the conference had their Big Bertha guns trained on the 
Panthers this season, and even though they fought doggedly. Coach Virgil 
Yow's charges could not successfully overcome Appalachian league champs, 
and Elon, both of whom spanked the Panthers twice. A one-point loss to 
Hanes Hosiery and a defeat by Western Carolina Teachers were the only 
other blotches on the Panther slate. 




Hampton. Ctnitr 

Lombardy, Guard 
Patterson, Ctnter 



COUNIHAN. Guard MoRAN. GujrJ 

ZUR*S. Guard 

Dhmmi, Guard Hiiism /■'iiihW 



Keene, Cenlir 
Murray. Forward 

HUMFHREV, Forward 



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SEASON'S RESULTS 



High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 



Point 31 ; 

Point 46- 

Point -57; 

Point . . ... 43 ; 

Point . 

Point 

Point 

Point 

Point 

Point 

Point 

Point 35 

Point 55 ; 

Point .... . 43 ; 

Point 19; 

Point . 40; 

Point 59 ; 

Point .... 51 ; 

Point . 39; 



47; 
45! 

43; 

5'; 

58; 
55; 
39: 



Roanoke 30 

Ha tics' ... 47 

Newport News 53 

McCrary 39 

Langley Field 43 

William and Mary 24 

Naval Base 32 

E. C. T. C 35 

A. C. C zt> 

Guillord 21 

Catawba ... 34 

McCrarj 34 

Catawba ... .... -37 

Appalachian . - . 62 

Elon 



■ •. 40 

Appalachian (,2 

Lenoir-Rhvne 45 

A. C. C 



441 



Point 
Point 
Poini 

Point 

Point 

Point 

Point . ... 42 ; 

P"im 4/,; 



... 32 

Elon . . 40 

Mexico . . ... ;4 

>rd . 



(illill.i 



5«i 

48; 
4' i 
53; 



44 



l.enoir-Rhvne , . . 3(1 

Spindale 39 

\V. C. T. C 46 

W. C. T. C 39 

39 

■ 43 



Enka . 
I lanes 



The season's opener saw the Pack slip by a Pulaski, Va., independent team by 
a 31-30 score. Next night came the Hancs loss, but the next eleven foes succumbed 
to High Point. But then came the 62-43 loss to Appalachian; four nights later at 
Elon, High Point collapsed and Elon walked away with a 40-19 triumph. To finish 
up a hectic week, Appalachian tripped the local five 59-40 at Boone. With these 
three defeats went all chances for the loop title. 

After this mid-season nightmare, the Panthers pulled themselves together and 
roared through the remainder of the schedule with just two reverses — a heart-break- 
ing 40-39 loss to Elon and a 46-41 defeat to W. C. T. C. Among the teams that 
fell in this late season surge were the University of Mexico. Lenoir-Rhyne, Enka 
Mills, and W. C. T. C. A fitting climax to a successful year came in the last game 
when the Panthers had just won the Carolinas A. A. U. crown. 

Captain Hugh Hampton rounded out four years of brilliant service as varsity 
center, scoring 314 points for the season. Hilliard Nance, who was sick when the 
Zenith pictures were taken, was certainly a well man the remainder of the season, 
as he poured 177 points through the net. Jack Moran, Jerry Counihan, Bill Keene, 
and Frank Murray were veterans always in the thick of battle. Bill Patterson, Mil- 
liard Coble, George Welborne, Bob Merhige, and Boyce Wynn moved up from 
the Purple Kittens to become valuable members of the Varsity Squad. 

A freshman combination composed of George Zuras, Russ Lombardy, George 
Demmy, Tennis Humphrey, and Emmett Hartnett performed like veterans, and 
when Coach Yow thinks of this quintet and the future, he smiles. 

With Hampton the only man graduating, the Panthers should roll on to new 
heights next season. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 

The Junior Varsity basketball team, under the direction of Coach Clay- 
ton Glasgow, this year amassed a fine record. The Junior Varsity, or "B" 
team, played preliminary games to the home varsity encounters as well as 
playing several games in the afternoon. Most of the games were played 
with high schools and with fast amateur and independent teams. 

Although a great number of boys saw action, the following were out- 
standing: Morton "Ugly" Littman was a dead pot shot artist, Henry 
Lewis was a fine all around player, Malcolm Riley and Robert Kearns were 
good under the basket, and Sam Fowler and Vernon Forney were good 
steady performers. Others who saw action for Coach Glasgow were Joe 
Petack, Harry Sandusky, Horace Giles, Burke Koontz, Bayne Keever, 
Duncan Monroe, Jimmy Moore and John Farlow. 




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Coached by the versatile Hugh Hampton, the 1939 version of the Pur- 
ple Panther soccer squad continued the winning ways which made them 
able to lay claim to the mythical state championship during 1938. With a 
fine array of regulars as the nucleus, plentiful reserve power was the key- 
note of the Panthers' success. The fine playing of Koontz, Kinascykuk, S. 
Coble. Short, M. Coble, Coach Hampton, Rosen, Lewis, H. Gar- 
mon, R. Garmon, Zuras, Carter, Bond, Hicks, and Ferree accounts for thi 
story of power and supremacy which is best told in the results of the sea- 
son's encounters. 



IIi«li Point . . . . . 

High Point . ....... 

Ili>;li Point 

Ili>;li Point ... 

High Point 

Ili|{h Point . . . 

High Point ... 

High Point . 

High Point *; High Point 



RESULTS 

2; High Point V o 

j ; Jamestown . 1 

1 ; Duke 1 

(1 ; Davidson 2 

o; Fritsthnry . ... } 

>; Seton-Hall . ... 2 

4; Duke . . . o 

?; Davidson .... .2 



SOCCER 1939 



195) 



T 



E 



N 



N 



S 



Although the record of the Purple Panther tennis aggregation has not 
been a good one the team has fought hard and has given a good account of 
itself. Because of bad weather and a lack of adequate tennis courts, the 
team did not acquit itself with a fine record. From the 1939 team, there 
are four returning lettermen. Richard Short and Reginald Hinshaw, 
seniors, will be completing four years of college tennis. Albert Earle is 
playing his third year. William Frazier is playing his second year. 

From last year's tennis team, two members were lost, these being Morton 
Samet, number one man, and the letterman. Porter Hauser. However, 
chances for the season of 1940 are brighter than in the past because of the 
easier schedule and because of the returning veterans. The other post on 
the team will probably be filled by some of the new material, although very 
little is known about the court tactics of the freshmen and transfer stu- 
dents. 




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To provide both wholesome recreation 
and practical training is the aim of the 
Woman's Athletic Association. This 
year has certainly marked the high point 
of attainment and success as the Asso- 
ciation marched forward trailing new and 
bigger clouds of glory in the field of 
girls' athletics. 

Under the capable presidency of 
Esther Miran and the generous assistance 
of the physical education instructor for 
women. Miss Strickler, the association 
grew in both activity and number of 
members. 

To become a member of this organi- 
zation of national standing, a girl must 
earn a minimum of twenty-five points. 
To become the proud owner of a college 
letter, she must earn five hundred points, 
and for the much desired college sweater, 
a total of two thousand points is re- 
quired. 

Intramural tournaments of soccer, bas- 
ketball, volleyball, softball, and tennis 
topped off by the annual banquet and 
dance were the high lights in this year's 
program. 



WOMAN'S 

ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 



( )l F1CERS 



Esther Miran 
Pokcs Holmes 

Lt'CII I t JOHXSON 
G» ICE BlVENS . 



President 
I'ifl-Presidfttt 

Sn 1 1 l.n y 

Treasurrt 




MISS STRICKLER 
ij Education Dufipi 



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SOCCER 



VOLLEY BALL 



BASKETBALL 




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RIDING 



TENNIS 



DANCING 



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FEATURES 





COLLEGE MARSHALS 





Earle, Chief 




Lee 


Crowder 


KOONTZ 


Kennett 


Templeton 


Austin- 


Grant 




Moras 



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/MISS EDITH VANCE 



SPONSOR SENIOR CLASS 



MISS HELEN CROWDER 



SPONSOR JUNIOR CLASS 





MISS VIRGINIA HUNT 



SPONSOR SOPHOMORE CLASS 



MISS JLILE WARREN 



SPONSOR FRESHMAN CLASS 

Chosen by Cectl B. DeM,lle 

as 

The Moil Beautiful 




MOST POPULAR 

MARC LOVELACE 
EDITH VANCE 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

WILLIAM RENNIE 
MARGUERITE McCASKILL 



MOST VERSATILE 

ARCHIE WILLIAMS 
RUTH MERELYN THOMPSON 




MOST FRIENDLY 

FRANK HEGE 
MARGUERITE McCASKILL 



BEST LOOKING 

FRANK HARTMAN 
JOSEPHINE WEANT 



BEST SPORTS 

GEORGE ELKINS 
NELL HOLTON 



MOST ATHLETIC 

HUGH HAMPTON 
ESTHER MIRAN 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



MOST ORIGINAL 

ROBERT JOHNSON 
HELEN WALLER 




MAY QUEEN 
MISS VEREL WARD 



MAY DAY FESTIVITIES, 1939 




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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 COMPANY 



& 



"NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL" 



HIGH POINT FURNITURE CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

First Furniture Factory Established 
in High Po ; nt 



Compliments 
of 

PRINCESS CAFE 



piiiirs 

You'll find the right combination of style, quality 
and price! Shop at Penney's and save! 




t/. C. PENNEY CO., inc. 



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THE 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

IN THIS ANNUAL 
WERE MADE By 

Daniel and Smith 
Studios 

134 Fay ette-C i lie Street 

Baleigh. North. Carolina 



FINE PORTRAITS 
PROMPT SERVICE 



Largest College Annual 
Photographers In The South 



a.. 



Compliments of 

GREENSBORO NEHI BOTTLING CO. 



Bottlers of 



ROYAL CROWN COLA 



Thrift Is Essential for Intelligent Citizenship 

HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 

SERVING SINCE 1905 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 

HUtAste 



dairy™. 



"It's Our Pleasure to Serve You' 



WEST LEXINGTON AVE. 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Take Your Trip by Bus 

Ask for GREENSBORO-FAYETTEVILLE 
TICKET 

Out of High Point to Asheboro, 

Fayetteville, Wilmington, Florence, 

Charleston, and all points 

South. 

Charter a Bus and Keep Your 
Party Together 

Call Your Local Bus Station 
for Further Information 

GREENSBORO-FAYETTEVILLE 
BUS LINES 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 



SARTIN DRY CLEANING CO. 


Dial 4501 


1670-76 Eng. St. 




<► 


DUTCH 


LAUNDRY, INC. 


Dial 3319 


829-33 S. Main St. 



BEESON HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

<► 

"Your Sporting Goods 
Headquarters" 



FOR 


IMPORTED AND 


DOMESTIC 


Champagne, 


Wine, 


Beer 


Ale 




Pota 


to Chi 


P s 




Always Fresh 








Fried Daily 


Paul 


Yount's 


Pack 


age 


Store 


790 N. Main 


St. 






Phone 2661 



HIGH POINT STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Dry Cleaners and Dyers 
PHONE 3325 



<► 

COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 
o 





Try O & C 






Frosted Fruits & Vege 


tables 




and 






Atlantic Quick Frozen Fish 


w. 


1. ANDERSON 


& CO. 




GREENSBORO, N. 


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Without Printing Modern Education 
Would Be Impossible 

BARBER HALL PRINTING 
COMPANY 

PHONE 2385 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 
<► 






3Harllee's 

High Point's Quality Department 
Store 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

Incorporated 

PHONE 4545 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING 
COMPANY 



DE SOTO 


PLYMOUTH 


FURNITURE-CITY MOTORS 




Incorporated 


792 N. Main St. 


PHONE 3296 



FIVE POINTS SANDWICH 
SHOPPE 

Sandwiches — Drinks 

Phone 47315 
TRY OUR FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH 



Compliments of 

CHARLES STORE 

STYLE MERCHANDISE 



CUT RATE FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

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





Compliments 






of 




KING 


COTTON 


HOTEL 




SREENSBORO, N. 


c. 



Compliments 
of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 



Compliments 



of 



EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 



HIGH POINT. N. C. 



Compliments 



of 



S. H. KRESS 



BERRY COAL COMPANY 

GREENSBORO. N. C. 

Quality Coal, Coke, Fuel Oil and 
Combustioneer Stoker 



DRINK 



BIRELEY'S 



It's Not Carbonated 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO. 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



LYLES CHEVROLET CO. 


INC. 


CHEVROLET 

Sales 

Cars — Trucks 


Service 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 





GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



HIGH 


POINT HARDWARE 

127 South Main St. 


CO. 


D. 


& M. SPORTING GOODS 

"Anything for the Game" 





BETlY LOU SHOPPE 

Women's Apparel — Millinery 
Accessories 

"A Store You Love to Visit" 
III SOUTH MAIN ST. 



Lewis & Holmes 


Motor Freight 


CORPORATION 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 


ATLANTA, GA. 


Service Through the 


Southeastern States 


High Point Off 


ce Pnone 4503 



W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 
OUALITY SHOE SHOP 

128 N. WRENN ST. PHONE 4313 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 



1215 WARD ST. 



PHONE 4006 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY 
COMPANY 



Phone 4507 



512 W. Broad St. 



Welcome to 




THE SHERATON 


HOTEL 


"Noted for Good 


Food'' 


W. G. MALONE, Manager 



DRINK 



Orange- (rush 

CARBONATED BEVERAGE 

ORANGE-CRUSH BOTTLING CO. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
In the Brown Flavor-Guarding Bottle 



DUKE POWER COMPANY 

Gas, Power, Transportation 
233 S. MAIN PHONE 2700 



IGH 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, Phy. Ed. — 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. 



J. 


w. 


SECHREST AND 

Since 1897 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Dial 3349 


SON 



STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

Books — School Supplies — Refreshments 
OFFICIAL COLLEGE RINGS AND JEWELRY 



DRINK 




IN BOTTLES 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

OF HIGH POINT 



GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

DIAL 4085 
MAIN AT WASHINGTON ST. 

'The Best in Flowers" 



EDGAR SNIDER 

iPiiating tkat ZPiomotei! 
460 N. Wrenn St. Phone 32i2 

BOB SNIDER, College Representative 



N. L. GARNER, AGENCY 

ERFECT 



P 



ROTECTION 
AYS 



VERY WAY 
•VERY DAY 



226 Professional Bldg. Phone 4648 

OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



Carrick Service Station 

North Main at Montlieu 
"OUR SERVICE IS SINCERE" 




COMPLIMENTS 
Of 

North Carolina Theatres 

* CENTER 

* BROADHURST 

* PARAMOUNT 

* CAROLINA 

* RIALTO 



Burr us Memorial Hospital 

And 

Burrus Clinic 



MAIN MOTORS, Inc. 

BUICK MOTOR CARS 
900 N. Main St. High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOLLY CAB CO. 



RALPH BULLA. President 

GEORGE B. ELDER. Treasurer 
(Former Student) 

QUALITY FURNITURE CO. 

600 North Main Street 

TELEPHONE 3207 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES 

INCORPORATED 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 1553 

MILK - BUTTER - ICE CREAM 



N. H. SILVER CO. 

QUALITY CLOTHES FOR MEN 

129 South Main Street 

High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 
Of 

BLUE BIRD CAB CO. 



De LUXE DINER 




DIXIE DINER DIXIE 


DINER 


Greensboro 


Raleigh 


Always The Best Place For Real Food 



ELLIOTT FLORAL CO. 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 
Sheraton Hotel Bids. Phone 2586 



COMPLIMENTS 
Of 

A FRIEND 



Mann's 


Cut-Rate 


Drug Store 


High Point, 


N. C. 


Kannapolis, N. C. 


Greensboro, 


N. C. 


Reidsville, N. C. 


Thomasville 


N. C. 


Burlington, N. C. 



HIGH POINT PAPER BOX 
COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 
High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 
Of 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Allen Thacker - Frances Muse 

Bus. Mgr. Editor 

1939 ZENITH 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

BURT ASBURY 

1935 ZENITH EDITOR 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HIATT TIRE COMPANY 



ACHIEVEMENT UN ANY UN IE 
OF IENDIEAVOIIL IIJTttltlE NATURAL 
RJEJTULT OIF ABMLITY AND 
EXPENENCE,PLUT OPPORTUNITY 
Tttlf 'ORGANIZATION TAKEf PIMIDIE 
IN IITJT JUCCETJ— JWXXJT EARNED 
BY TWIE AlBIIIUIlfY Of IITJT MEMIBEIRJT, 
TttlE IEXIPIEIPJIIENCIE GAINED UN 
TWENTY YIEAJRT Of Ef fOIKX AMD 
imtlE OIPlPOIRjrONIITII IEJT oiftieirjeid by 
IITJT CLIIIENIK 



CttAIKlOTTIE IENGIRAVIING 
COM PAN Y INC 

ARJIJT-T- Pt10TO-ENGRAVEPJ n -DEj'IGNEPJ , 

CHAR-LOTTE 

NO R-T tt 
CAB.OLI N A 



NINETEEN FIFTEEN 






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