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HIGH POINT COLLEGE • HIGH POINT, IV. C. 



JACK D. LEE, EUlillll 



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ALBERT EARLE, MANAGER 



PRDLDGUE 

In the pars ahead, when recollection falters and memories 
grow dim, our sincere hope is that you may be gladdened 
hy this panorama of a swift passing but never-forgotten 
happiness at this, our college. Trusting in God and with 
a firm faith in democracy as a mode of existance of a free 
people, we look to the future with a faith in its success 
and continued happiness. For the hopeful present and a 
future of fulfillment, we present your 1U41 ZENITH. 




QREER DF BOOKS 



Book Dne . . 


. . The College 


Book Two . . . 


Organizations 


Book Three . . 


. . . Athletics 


Book Four . . 


. . Features 






MR. F. LQGAN PDRTEH 



Loyal Friend and Trustee of High Point College .... 
Ardent Believer in Youth and Supporter of Yooth 

Movements .... 
Promineot Businessman and Director of the High Point 

Chamber of Commerce 
Civic -Minded Botary Director and Former Member of 

the City Cooncil .... 
Inspiring Churchman, True Friend of Men... 

we humbly dedicate this, nor Ji 

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THE COLLEGE 




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ROBERTS HALL 




PRESIDENT. DR. G. I. HUMPHREYS 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



H. A. Millis 

Rev. N, M. Harrison . . 



J. D. Williams, D.D. 
J, M, Milukan 
J. Norman Wills 
F. Logan Porter 
Mrs. C. F. Finch 
Rev. J. C. Auman 



H. A. Millis 
G. H. Kearns 

B, K. MlLLOWAY 

Earnest W. Teague 
Rev. N. M. Harrison 
J. S. Pickett 
S. W. Taylor, D.D. 



President 

. Secretary- Treasurer 

L, F. Moss 
Mrs. M. J. Wrenn 
W. A. Lambeth, D.D. 
J. E. Pritchard, D.D, 
Charles W, McCrary 
H. F, Hl'nsucker 



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ADMINISTRATION 

AND 
FACULTY 










Louise Adams 


J. HOBAfcT Allred 


Allen Austin 


Helen R. Bar-tlett 


■. ;■: 


A.M. 


1! S 


ph.d 


mtructpr til Mathematics 


Professor of Modern 
Languages 


A it it ta n t Pro motto nat 
S tertiary 


Associate Professor of 
History 




YIrs. Ai[».\ T. Berry 


Mrs. Almetta Brooks 


OwfHA Burgess 


Mks. Robert W, Conner. 


M.A. 


BS- 


R.N. 


m.s. 


Inftrttttd •'" Bit finest 
DepaJlment 


Instructor of Aft 


College Nunt 


Instructor of Biology 







Edhonq O, Cummings 


Pr isc ill a Dean 


E. Barton Dulac 


"Walter R. Fleischmann 


PH-D. 


M.A. 


M A. 


a.m. 


Prvftisur of Chemutry 


Director of Phytic til 

Education for Women 


Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 


Instructor in Dramatics 
tind Speech 




Mrs. Walteh R, Fleischmann 

P.. A. 

Instructor in Dramatics 
and Speech 




R. Howard Gunn 

a,b. 

ImtTutior cf Business 

Administration 

and BurSar 





Wii.ljam H. Ford 
a. hi. 

Am it ant PnyjfifOT of 
Buuneis Administration 




Nathaniel M, Harrison 

v.. It. 
Promotional Secretary 



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E. C. Glasgow 
M.A. 

Instructor of Englifk 




Benjamin H. Hill 

ph,d. 
Pro ft hot of Biology 





Mrs, Lillian M. Green 
House Mother 
AlcCutioch Halt 




Clifford R. HtHSMAW 

A.M,, LITT-D. 

Profes sot of Education 

and Psychology 



t>0 N. 

it 



E. Vera 


Idol 


Ada B. Johnson 


C. Lucille Johnston 


Paul S. Kennett 


A M, 




h s. 


ph.b. 


£.p. f LL.D. 


Professor of 


English 


Professor of Home Economic i 


Secretary to President and 
Assistant Bunar 


Professor of History 




Febne KlHG 

B-S, 

College Dietician 




Percy E. Lindlev 

A.M., L1TT.D* 

Dean of College and 

Professor of Religious 

Education 




A. C Lovelace 
:■.: i :■ 

Associate Professor of 

Education 




James McCackrenj 
a.b. 

Assistant Director of 

Physical Education for 

Men 



ADMINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 






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Rs. Mabel T r Mjllikan 


J, HA Ft LEY MOURANE 


George Ol sen 


a.b. 


M . E . 


Fi . \ . 


Social Director in 

\V0mutt* i Hall 


Prof (nor of Chemistry and 
Physics 


Assistant to Dean 




Paul Scott O'ocfn 


Verel Ward 


Mrs. Alice Paige White 


m.b.a. 


ft s. 


a.m. 


ImtruetoT of ZJKi/nejj 
/I J j m i ntif r .it i □ n 


Office Secretary 


of Latin and Creek 




Vera Whitlock 

A. A., It MI'S.. H.HUS. 
Head of MuftC Department 




Nathaniel P. Yah&orough 

A,M. 

Associate Professor of 
Modern Languages 




C, VlRGIt Yow 
A.fi, 

Dtteetor of Phyrical 
Education for Men 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 



Robert Clifton 



President 



Jack Lee Vice-President 



Lucille Johnson Secretary 



Jeanne Rankin 



Treasurer 




Clifton, Rankin, Johnson, Lfb. 



a-M 




S E Rf I U B 



Ruth Evelyn Atkins 

hick POIST, n. c. 

A.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, i, 2, 3; W. A. A., 2, 3; 

Foot lighters, 2, 3, 4 ; Secretary, 3, 4; Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Honor Roll, 2, 3; Future Teachers, 4. 



Nancy Jane Austin 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 

U.S. in Business Administration 

Si tjma Alpha Phi 

Art. nusiaii Literary Soriety, i, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 
3, 4; College Marshal, 3, 



Grady Blaine Baxter 

fai.lston, n. c. 

A.B. 

Junior Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 4; Baseball, i, 2, 4; 
Football, 1, 2, 4. 



William Junius Bennett, Jr. 
itinn POINT, N. c, 

A.R. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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CLASS 



Gertrude Bingham 
albemarle, x. c. 

A.B. 

Pfeiffer Junior College, I, 2; Artemfsiau literary So- 
ciety, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4, 



Paul Henry Blair 

TBOMASVIl I.K, \. C. 

A.B. 

Choir, i, 2, 



Olin Robert Blickensderfer 

CARV, [VD. 

AH. 

Delta Alpha Efisilon 

Conductor of College Baud, r, 1, 5, 4 ; Choir, 1, 1, j, 4; 

Thalean Literary Society, 1, 1. 5, 4: Critic. 4; Who'* 

Who, 4- 



Lucy Roselle Brooks 

oakboro, k. c. 

A,B. 

Wingate Junior College, 1, 




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Helen Margaret Brown 

asheboro, h. c. 

A.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, i, 2, ;, 4; Christian En- 
deavor, 1, a, 3, 4; W. A. A., 3, 4; Choir, 4. 



Obpha Anne Burgess 

CIBSONVILLE, N. C. 
A.B. 

Elon College, 1, 2; Nikanthan Literary Society, 3. 



Winifred Burton 

high point, k. c. 

A.B. 

Nikamhan Literary Society, 1, 3, 4; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, i, i, 3; W. A. A„ 3; I. R. C, 3; Christian 
Endeavor, 1, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 3; Honor Roll, 
2, 3, 4- 



Manly Holot Byerly 

LEXINGTON", N. C. 
A.B. 

University of North Carolina, 1; Band, 2, 3; Medical 
Club, 4; I. R. C„ 3, 4. 



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CLASS 



Lawrence Weaver Byrum 

HIGH POISI, N. c. 

A.B. 

Dramatic Club, i ; Footlii;hters Club, 2, 3. 4, Vict- 

President, 4; Choir, t, 2, 3, 4; ZENITH Staff, 1, 4; 

Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 4. 



Brevard, 



R. Delbert Byrum 

PlKEVir I.K, N. C. 

AM. 

2; Ministerial Aisui-i.ititin, 3; Christian 
Endeavor, 3. 



Bruce Hiluahd Carraway, Jr. 

men point, w, c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

International Relations Cluh, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 2, 4; 
Law Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Akrothinian l.it- 

cr:ir> Snncl}, r, 2, 3. 



George Maurice Carver 

TOR F.ST CITY, K. C 

A3. 

Brevard, 1, 2; Woflford College, 3; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, 4; Christian Endeavor, 4; Akrothinian Lit- 
erary Society, 4. 






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Elmer Cashatt 

TRINITY, S. C. 
A.B. 

I ft til Tau Kttf'f'ti 

Baseball, i, z, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2, 3; Thalean Literary 
Society, 1 ; Block "H" Club, 2, 3, 4. 



Alice Chandler 

high point, n. c. 

A.B. 

Sii; mti Alpha Phi 

Meredith, 1, 2; Hi-fa Staff, 3. 4; Foot lighters, j, 4; 
Artemesian Literary Society, 3, 4; Day Student Coun- 
cil, 4. 



Anne Chappell 

MICH POINT, N, C. 

fi-S. ill Uiisiix « Ailminisl ration 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, t, 3, 4; Madison College, 
z ; Honor Roll, r, ?. 



Robert Franklin Clifton 

HJCIf POINT, N, C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

[nia Tan Kappa 

Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track, I, 2, 3, 4; Block "H" 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Council, 3; Class Vice- 
President, 3, President, 4. 



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C L A 



Sam Coble 

HIGH POINT, S, C. 

E.S. in Business Administration 

Soccer, i, 2, 3, 4; Block "II" Club, 2, 3, 4. 



Baseball 



Charles Alvin Cochrane 

star, n, c. 

A.B. 

/./u.'V',' lilii fhi 

•> z. 3. 4! Basketball, 1; Football, 
Thalean Lilerary Society, 1, 2. 




3, 4: 



Mary Lucille Craven 

high point, b. c. 

A.B. 

Nik.-inih.in 1. in ran Sm-ii-n. 1. 2, 5, 4; Reporter, J, 4 1 
Christian Endeavor, t,t, 3, +, Secretary, 3, President, 4; 
I. R. C, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4, 
Secretary, 4; Hi-Pa, 3, 4; Zewiu, 4; Honor Roll, 
1. 2, 3, 4; Lighted Lamp, 4; A Cappella Choir, 4. 



Edith Marie Cribbs 

{UGH POINT, N'. c. 

A3. 

Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. 







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Mary Snow Cridlebaugh 

high poivi, s:. c. 

A.B. 

Choir, i, ;; Future Teachers, 3, 4.; Artemesian Lite- 
rary Society, 2, 3, 4, 



Helen Virginia Crowder 

IIICM POINT, k. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Thm Phi 

Artemesian Literatry Society, t, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, 4; Forensic Council, 1, 3; Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4; 

M'l.l.-iir (,.,.., 1 1 1 r 1 1 . 1 > r Sccrelarv, >; Class Iuiimiim, ;; 
College Marshal, 3 ; Who's Who, 4. 



Evelyn Davis 

b1skofville, s. c. 

A.B. 



Nikanthan Literary Society, 2, 3 ; Christian Endeavor, 
2, 3; I. R. C, 3; Ministerial Association, 2; W. A, 
A,, 3; Choir, 3; Future Teachers, 3, 4. 



Thomas Paul Deaton 

SHANNON, X. C, 

A.B. 

1. R. C-, 3, 4; B. S. C, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association, 
1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 3, Vice-President, 4. 



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Robert Marvin Dimmette 

ROCKINGHAM, N. C, 

A3. 

Brevard College, j, 2; Akrothiniau Literary Society, 3, 
Critic, 3; Medical Club; Christian Endeavor. 



Albert Grey Earle 

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N. J. 

B,S. in Business Administration 

Iota Tan Kappa 

Thalean Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, 
Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4; I. R. C, 3, 4, Vice- 
President, 3, President, 4; Football, 1, 2, ;; Zenith, 
I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager, 4; Chief Marshall, 3; 
Tennis Team, t, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Boys' 
Dormitory Council, 3; Block "H" Club, 2, 3, 4; 
Who's Who, 4. 



Garland C. Ellis 

RALE1CH, N. C, 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering 

Thalean Literary Society, 1 ; Engineers Club, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President, 4. 



Bessie Catherine Ellison 

high POINT, x. e. 

A.B. 

T/ieta Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, t, 2, 3, 4; B. S, U., 3, 4; 
Future Teachers, 3, 4. 







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Cornelia Louise Ellison 
hk;h point, s - . c. 

A.E. 
.liplia TJieta Psi 
Clmir, r, 2, 3, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 



Delbert F. Everhart 

TKOMASVll.LE, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 



John Walter Farlow 

sopiiia, s. c. 

B.S. in Busint^ Administration 

Soccer, 3, 4; Baseball, a, ;, 4 ; juninr Varsity Basket- 
t':ill. 2, 3,4. 



Leonard Faust 

NEW YORK, N. V. 
A.B. 

Law Club, 4; Honor Roll, $, 4; Medical Cluh, 3, 4; 
I. R. C, 4. 






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CLASS 



Mrs, June H. Galloway- 
high point, n. c. 
A.B. 
University of North Carolina, i, 2, 3. 



Mary Taylor Gay 

WARGARETTSVILLE, tt, C 

A.li 

Woman's College, I "Diversity nt Nnrlli Carolina, 1, 2; 
Xikiiiitliaii Literary Society, 3, 4; Ili-Po, 4; Choir, 4; 
B. S. l T ,, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Future Teach- 
ers., 3, 4- 



Boyd Clark Getty 

rah WAV, n. j. 

A.B. 

Lafayette College, 1, 2; Medical Club, 4. 



Adam Lee Gibson 

high point, s. c. 

B,S. in Business Administration 

EpsUon Eta Phi 

Appalachian State Teachers College, 1, 2; Soccer, 4; 
Footlighters, 4. 




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S E N I D B 



Horace Giles 

KICK POINT, K. C. 

A.B. 

luta Tau Kapjia 

Soccer, t, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4, Vice-President, 
3, Prcsiileut. 4 ; Hunor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball, 3; Zenith Staff, 4; 
Lighted Lamp, 4. 



Marse Grant 

men POINT, H. C. 

A.B. 

I rilii Titu Kappa 

H'lrinr Rull, 1,2, 5, 4; Hi-Pa, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor, 

2, 3, Associate Editor, 4; Publicity Director, 3, 4; 

B, S. V., 1, 2, 3. 4, President, 4; College Marshal], 3; 

Who's Who, 4 ; Lighted Lamp, 4, 



Victor Harber 

U'REIIAWKEN", N, J. 

A.B. 

New York University, 1 , ^ ; Debate Club, 3, 4; Thalean 

literary Society, j, 4; Ifi-t'o Staff, 3, 4; Track, 3, 4; 

Honor Roll, 3, 4; Future Tearhers, 3, 4 ; I, R. C, 3, 4; 

Law Club, 3, 4, President, 3, 4. 



Bentley Foy Hege 

i exivgto.v, k. c. 

A.B. 

Wake Forrest College, i T a, 3, 



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Cornelia Hill 

murfree5b0r0, n. c. 

A.B. 

Chowan College, r, 2, East Carolina Teachers College, 
3; B, S. U., 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 4. 



MiaiAM E. Hoggard 

LEWISTON, N. C, 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Chowan College, i, z; East Carolina Teachers College, 

3; Modern Priscilla Club, 4; B. S. U., 4; Nikanthan 

Literary Society, 4. 



Robert Holloway 

MONROE, s. c. 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering 

Engineers Club, 2, 3, 4. 



A, Percy Holland 

BERLIN, MD. 
A.B. 

Band, 1, z, 3, 4. 







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SENIOR 



Doris Wilma Holmes 

. GRAHAM, N, C. 

A.B. 

W. A. A., r, 2, 3, 4, Sergeam-at-Arms, 2, Vice-Pres- 
ident, 3, President, 4; NJkanthaii Literary Society, 
1, 2. 3, 4, Monitor, 3, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 3; Girls Dormitory 
Council, 3; Future Teachers, 3, 4 ; 1. R. C, 3, 4; 
Lighted Lamp, 3, 4; Forensic Council, 3, 4, President, 4; 
Who's W'lm, 4; Honor Roll, i. 2, !, 4, 



Robert Glenn Holt 

lexington, n. c. 

A.H. 

Akrothinian Literary Society, r, 2, 3; Engineers Club, 
r; I. R. C, 1, 3; Medical Club, 2, 3, President, 2. 



Hugh Howell 

men point, s, c. 

A.B. 



Henry Hobart Hubble 

north h alston", va. 

B,S. in Chemical Engineering 

Engineers Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 3, 4. 



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Fuchsia Lucille Johnson 

winston-salem, s. c, 

B.S. iR Home Economics 

Si// inn Alpha Phi 

Dormitory Council, i. z, 4, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 
4; W. A. A., 1. 2, 3, 4, Class Manager, 1, 2, 3, Sec- 
retary, 2, 3; Modern Priscilla Cluh, t, 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer, 2; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Class Treasurer, 
2, Secretary, 4; Student Council, 3; Nikanthan Lit- 
erary Society, 1, 2, 3,4. 



William Keene 

four oaks, ps, l'. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Epsiiitn Eta i'hi 

Basketball, t, 2, 3, 4; President. Dormitory Council, 4; 
Akrothinian Literary Societi . 1, j, 3, 4. 



Arthur C. Kennedy 

THOMASVI1.I.E, N. C. 

VI-:. 
Ministerial Association, t, 2, 4, Chaplain, 4; 1. R. C, 2. 



Pauline Bland Kennett 

111011 POINT, N. C. 

A.B. 

Thrta Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, 

Treasurer, 3, President, 4; \V. A. A., 1, 2; College 

Marshall, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Future Teachers, 

3, 4; Who's Who, 4. 




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Nellie Gray Kittrell 

HENDERSON, S, C, 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Nikanthan Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 3, 

Critic, 4,; Christian Endeavor, i, 2, 3, 4 ; W, A. A,, 

t, 2, 3,4; I. R. C, 3,4. 



Burke Koontz 

men [hum, s, C. 

U.S. in Business Administration 

lnta Tan Kappa 

Soiier, 1, 2, 3, 4; junior Varsity Basketball, r, 3; 

Baseball, i, 2, 3, 4; Akmthinian Literary Society, 1, 2; 
Student Council, 2, 4; College Marshall, 3; Class Pres- 
Went, 3; Lighted Lamp, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4; 
Hi-Pa, 2, 3; President, Boys Day Student Council, 4; 
Block "H," 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, i, 2, 3, 4, 



Jack Daniel Lee 

HIGH point, k. c. 

AM. 

Irila Tail Kappa 

Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 4; Forensic Coun- 
cil, 3; Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; 
Student Government, 3; Day Student Government, 4; 
Zenith, 3, 4, Editor, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4; Varsity 
Dehating, 2, 3, 4; Lighted Lamp, 3, 4; Who's Who, 4; 
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1. R. C, 3. 



Marcel Charles Malfregeot 

clarksburg, w. va. 

B.S, in Business Administration 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2; Baseball Manager, 
1, 2; Soccer Manager, 1, 2; Football Manager, 3, 4, 



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W. Joseph May 

THOMASVtl.LE, K. C. 

A.B. 

DAia Alpha Epiitan 

Band, i, 2, 3, 4; Choir, 2, 3, 4; Medics! Ctub, 2, 3, 4; 
Thalean Literary Society, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3. 



Mary Virginia Mitchell 

HIGH I'UIM, N. C. 

B.S. in Hume Economics 



James Thomas Moore 

trqutville, va. 

B.S. iii Business Administration 

Football, 3, 4; Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball, 3; Junior Varstt) Baskeihall, 2, 3. 



Terence John Moran 

FREEPORT, S. y. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

[//la Tau K a /> pa 

Football, t, 2, 4, Co- Captain, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain, 4; Boys Dormitory Council, 3, 4, Vice-Pres- 
ident, 4; College Marshall, 3. 







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SENIOR 



Ruth Murphy 

TIIOMASVIIJ.E, n. c. 

A.U. 



Frank Murray 

GIBSON VII i r, n. c. 

A.B. 

I OtQ Tit it K&Pfl (7 

Junior Varsity Hasketball, i; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Hase- 

liall, 2, 3, 4 ; Dramatic Club, 1; Pom lighten, 2, 4: 

Block "H" Club, 3 , 4. 



George Harlan Needham 

CHARLOTTE, ^. C. 

A.B. 

t'fiifftr Junior College, i, z ; Ministerial Association, 
I, 4, President, 4; Track, 3, 4; Who's Who, 4. 



Byrdelle Nicholas 

SM.I.IS, MISS, 

A3, 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Christian 
Endeavor, i, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C, 3; \V, A. A., 2, 3, 4. 



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CLASS 



Sara Owen 

TttfJV, x. C. 

A.B. 



Pfeiffer Junior College, i ; Medical Club, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President, 3; Artemesian Literary Society, 2, 3. 



Celeste Payne 

llrcu point, n. c. 

B,S. iti Busim» Admin Utratinn 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Hoow Roll, 

2. 3. 4- 



Dorothy Pegram 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
A.B. 

Woman's College, University North Carolina, 1 ; Appa- 
lachian State Teachers College, z, 3. 




Cleo Dixon Pin nix 

greensboro, n. c. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

T/ula Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Modem Pris- 

cilla Club, t, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4: W, A. A., 1, 1, 

3, 4, Council, 4. 



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Jeanne Blair Rankin 

HIGH POINT, m. c. 

B.S. in Business .Ad mini strati on 

T/ieta P/ii 

Artemesian Literary Society, I, 2, 3, 4; 2enitf[ Staff, 1 ; 

Class Treasurer, 4; Student Government, 4; President 

Girls Pay Student Government, 4. 



Worth Burton Royals 
trinity, n. c. 

A.B. 

Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Betty Baxter Sechrest 

hick POINT, s. c, 

A.B. 

S iff ma Alpha I'M 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 
3; Footlighters, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



Robert Alexander Siceloff, Jr. 

high point, n\ c, 

B.S, in Chemical Engineering 

Footlighters, i, 2, 3, 4 ; Engineers Club, 2, 3, 4. 



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CLASS 



Stokes Jerome Smith 
hjcm point, n. c. 
A.B. 
Wnfford College, i ; Medical Club, 



'; 3. +■ 



Robert Clifton Snider 

high point, n. c. 

U.S. in Business Administration 

Epsilim Eta Phi 

Hi-Po, Staff Cartoonist, j; Editor, Student Handbook, 
4; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



Rachel Louise Spainhour 
winston-salem, n. c. 

A.B. 

Sigma dtp ha Phi 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 2, j, 4; Christian En- 
deavor, r, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2; VV. A. A., 3, 4; 
Future Teachers, 3; Class Secretary, 3: ZENITH Staff. 3, 



Willis Albert Tarver 

grayson, louisiana 

A.B. 

Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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SENIOR 




Cleo Templeton 

union grove, n. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Sir) mn .Up ft a Phi 

Girls Dormitory Council, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 
4; Christian Endeavor, Vice-President, 3, 4; Lighted 
Lamp, j, 4 ; Who's Who, 4 ; Nikanthan Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; College Marshall, 3. 



Lucy Neal Thayer 

trinity, n. c. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Alpha Tltria fs't 

Woman's College, University North Carolina, 1 ; Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 2; YV. A. A., 2, 3, 4 ; Nikanthan Lit- 
Literarv Society, 2, 3, 4 ; Modern Priscilla Club, 2, 3, 4, 

Viie-l're-ident. ;, I'm -idem, 4; Pan- Hellenic Council, 4. 



Mrs. Agnes V. Tucker 

I.AWSOSVII.I.E, s, c. 

A.B, 

Virginia State Teachers College, 1, 2, 3. 



Carmen Vernon 

MOUNT JIOI.LV, N. C. 

A.B. 

Pfeiflfer Junior College, 1, 2; Artemesian Literary So- 
ciety, 3, 4 ; I. R. C, 3; Future Teachers, 3, 4. 



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CLASS 



Mabel Myra Warlick 

CASAR, N. C. 
A.B, 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Class Secretary, i; Cheerleader, a; fti-Po Staff, 2; 

Zenith Staff, 2; W, A, A., i, 2, 3, 4; Artemesiati 

Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 1. R. C., 3. 



Regina Warner 

KICK POINT, N. C. 

A.B, 

Meredith College, 1; W. A. A., 2, jj Artemesiaii Lit- 
erary Society, 2, 4, 



C A. Watts, Jr. 

WINSTON-SALEM, K. C. 

B,S, in Business Administration 

tpsiluft Eta Phi 

Football, 1, 3, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4; Basketball, 2; Class 

President, 2; Student Council, 3, 4, President, 4; 

Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, 



Emma Harris Whitaker 

ES ; FIELD, N. C. 

B,S. in Business Administration 

Thrta Phi 

Flora Mat-Donald College, 1 ; Drum Majorette, Band, 
2, 3, 4; Choir, 3, 4. 




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S E M I II fl 
CLASS 



Lily Lynch Whitaker 

ENFIELD, H. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Th i- la Phi 

Flora MacDonald College, i ; Drum Majorette, Band, 

2, 3, 4; Student Council, 4; Choir, 3, 4. 



Boyce Wynn 

sp1ndale, n. c, 

B.S. in Business Administration 

lulu Tan Kappa 

Shenandoah Junior College, 1; Basketball, 2; Thalean 
Literary Society, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, President, 4. 



Henry Frank Young 

high point, S, C, 

A.B. 

Medical Club, 2, 3, 4; [■not lighters, 3, 4 ; I. R. C, 3, 4. 



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JUNIOR 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 



Elvin Lewis ■ - 
Russell Hughes 
Audrey Guthhie 
Grace Bivins ■ ■ 



■ - President 
Vice-President 
• • Secretary 
■ ■ Treasurer 




Hughes, Guthhie, Bivins. Lewis. 



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JUNIOR 



CLASS 




First Row 

Darrell Allrep 

ARCHDALE, N. C- 

Robert Andrews 

TRENTOW, N, J. 

William Lester Ballard 

DAVTPKJN, N, c. 



Second Koiu 

Harriet Berry 

HIGH PO[NT, N. C. 

Grace Bivens 

HILLSBORO. W. c. 

Stanton Bi.avi.ock 
[-exincton, h. c. 



Third Ryiv 

Louis Bopp 

KET YORK, N. Y, 

Joe Mills Brinson 

HIGH Pol NT h N. C. 

Gladys Brooks 

MCFARl.AND. N. C. 



Fourth Rev: 

Jewell Campbell 

HIGH POINT, W. C. 

Elma Chambliss 

TP-IPLETT, VA. 

Banks Chilton 

HIGH POINT, N. C, 



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Ftrtt Row 

MlLLARH COBI.E 
HIGH POINT, H, C, 

Jerome Counihan 

frHHEPORT, N. Y. 

Ralph Cox 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Second Reiv 

Geneva Drum 

NEWTON. N. c- 
WlLUP. EOWARDS 

HIGH POINT, N. C, 

FLORENCE El kins 

LIBERTY. N, c. 



Third Rot* 
Albert Hanks Evans 

LEXINGTON, H. C, 

Frank Fernandez 

C.LAHKS&UFIO. w. VA. 

Ralph James FERREB 

ASHBBOftO. N, C. 



fourth Roia 

Onfta Fitzgerald 

KARRIS, n, c. 

Verxon Forney 

dover. ohio 
Hazel Gibson 

MAttloN, N. C, 




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CLASS 



Mil 



H 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 




First Row 



Helen J. Gibso* 

iiil-.H POINT. N. C. 

Ruth Gooiie 

THOMASVILLE, N. c. 

I in. .Mi ( ,KFI-.'i', 
G&BSNSfiORO, H. C- 



Second Unit.' 

Walter G recur y 

ANGISk. K. C. 

AuuRie Glthrie 

GRAHAM, N. C. 

Mattib Ruth Guver 

■ ' i < . i i i'i>[ :. ] . ■• 



Third Row 

Parker Hacek 

CONCORD. N. c. 

Johv Hum 

TQBACCOVILLE. N, c. 

Frank Harris 

CAKADIXTOH, GEORGIA 



Fourth Row 

Robert Hicks 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 

Russeu. Hughes 

SPHNCRR. W. VA. 

Virginia Hunt 

CHETNA, VA. 



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First Ruiu 

Krlte Jenkins 

STAR, N. c. 

Lr.ovo Johnson 

RICH SQUARE, tt, C. 

Jesse Julias 

FBANKLINVILLE, N. c. 



Christine Kiser. 

HIGH POINT, N. C- 

An me Kitchens 
high point, n. c. 

Winifred Lamar 

HIGH POINT, N. C- 



Thlrd Roiv 

Hilda Lanier 
welcome, n, c. 

Ralph Lanier 

LEXINGTON, N. C, 

Edith Lfos iru 

NQI1WOQU, N. T, 



Fourth Raw 

Elvin Lewis 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. c, 

James McCai.i, 

HIGH POINT, N, C 

Delores McKEtm n 

NEW VORK, N, V, 




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CLASS 



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First Row 

Grace McPhersqn 

SNOW CAMP, N. C, 

Ruth May 

THOMaSVILLE, N. C. 

Fred Mills 

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C- 



Second Row 

lln i i.vrli Nance 

THOMASVILLE, N, C. 

(' \kiii vn N I font; 

WINSTON -SALEM, N. c* 

Robert Ormanii 

i^mm!!- city, n. r. 



Third Row 

Irene Parker 

HIGH POINT, n. c. 

Charles Patterson 

pilot mountain, n, c. 

Fas me Louise Pqe 
siler city, n. c. 



Fourth Roiv 

Gerauhne Rash 

UNION GROVE, N. c. 

Harlan Reio 

high point, n. c. 

Henry Ridenuour 
cooi.eemee. n. c. 



First Row 



James Scotten 

THOMASVILLE, N. c. 

Frances Scruggs 

HIGH POINT. N. C- 

Cl avion Skchi.fr 

kANNAPOLIS, N. C. 



Si- (rind Row 

Emmanuel Skive 

brooklyn, n. y. 

Joe Sheets 
hinton. w. va. 

Coble Shoffner 

CSISSONVIE.I E, N. C. 



Third Raiv 

Otis D. Smith 

ADVANCE, N. c. 

Marv Smith 

HIGH POINT. N, <"., 

Ellis Sutton 

MOUNT OI.IVE, N, C. 



Fourth Row 

Roland SwiNK 

HIGH POINT. N- C. 

Iris Th acker 

HIGH POINT, N. c. 

Mam Alice Thayer 

HIGH POINT. N. c. 




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CLASS 



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J 1] I I D H 



CLASS 




Firs! Roiv 

Wm, Blaine Thompson 

WINSTON-SALEM, N . C, 

Mary Towns end 

CLAftkTON, N. c. 

Charlotte Varner 

FORT MYfigs. FI.A. 



Second Rqhv 

David Weatheiu.v 

HIGH POINT. N. C- 

Gkorce VVei.born 

THPMASVILLE. N. G. 

W 1 1 [jam West 

ITAIIKJNVILLE, N + c. 



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SOPHDMDRE 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 



Dick Rozzelle President 



Geneva Chowder 



Secrctdi y 



George Demmy Treasttr 




Rozjolle. Crowper. Drum 



75 j-nA/ *>t **Ci/ *>**MMu^>f s 



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SDPHDMDHE CLASS 



Mary Lillian Andrews 
Martha T, Baity 
Annabel! Bingham 
Mary I.ke Cantrell 
Ruth K. Cave 
Frances M. Chaetell 
Emma Lee Cress 
Willie L. Clinard 
Geneva Crowder 
Hetty Lou Cummins 
Jean Davis 
Myra Josephine Deal 
Anna LeRoy Ellison 
Evelyn L. Evans 
Ruth Allen Griffith 



GIRLS 



Wanda M. Harville 
Mary L. Holton 
Belva K. Howard 
Mary K. Kennedy 

May Earline Loftin 
Elizabeth Long 
Martha G. Mickey 
V. Belle Moore 
Barbara L, Morton 
Zelma Parnell 
Dorothy M. Presnell 
Doris S. Poindexter 



Mary L, Randolph 
Pauline Roach 
Natalie Rosen 
Betty L. Russell 
Helen T, Scott 
Ron da A. Sebastian 
Doris H. Setzer 
Frances E. Smith 
Mary Alma Teague 
Mattie Marie Thayer 
Rl-th E. Thayer 
Roberta Underwood 
Jii.e F. Warren 
Nina Whitaker 
Caroline York 




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SDPHOMORE CLASS 



Paul Altier 
Alvin Boles 
John B. Brooks 
Willard Rav Brown- 
Frank Burton, Jr. 
Douglas D. Case 
James F. Caudle, Jr. 
Clvde Lee Cecil 
Eugene M. Connelly 
George Demmv 
Jacob Alfreo Du scan- 
Thomas G. Elliot 
Henry W. Ekvin 
Henry A. Ferree 
Alfred Lea 
LeRoy Foster 
Roland C Garmon 
Howard Garmon 
James Emory Gibson 
L. W. Ger ringer, Jr. 
William Herbert Gossaru 
Arthur E. Griswolo 
James Harold Harrison 
Emmett Hartnett 
Harry Lee Hausek 



B D Y S 



Billy Rufus Henderson 
Jack Houts 
Bernard T. Hurley 
Alvin Wm. Horn 
William R, Howell 
William Thomas Hutch ins 
Charles McKinnon Ivey, Jr. 
James Boyd Jacobs 
Carl Eugene Koontz 
Jonathan Wade Koontz 
Bayne Keever 
Laurence J. Linneman 
W. Ernest Long 
James Maury Louder 
James Martin- 
Charles M. Meclm 
Henry Miner 
Frank Morton 
Alfred Neikjkd 
Leo Pappas 



Joe G. Petack 

Robert Sheppard Pritchard 
Harold Davis Reynolds 
Richard Rozzelle 
Baxter B. Slaughter 
Teq Schumacher 
Dasrell L. Sechrest 
James Ross Spencer, Jr. 
Francis Stai.naker 
S. W. Taylor, Jr. 
Robert Lee Truesdell 
Michael A. Tynburc 
Henry C. Van Byi.evelt 
George Van Guilder 
Howard C. Veach 
Spofford Venable 
James L. Walker 
Bill Welborn 
Julius D. Weiner 
Harley Williams 
Robert E. Williams 
Fred Covvper Whitehead 
Elliot Wynn- 
Nick Zuras 
George Zuras 



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UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



Anne Blair Auman 
W. L. Beerman 
Mrs. Lvniel 0. Beck 
W. G. Butler 
Anne Cole 
L. T. Coleman 
Helen Davis 
J. Frank Davis 
J. B. Earle, Jr. 



Jimmie Edwards 
Karl H. Hemmrich 
Joseph Addison Hill 
Anna Scott Hoye 
Nell Humphreys 
R. W. Johnson 
P. E. Lee, Jr. 
P. C. Lindley 
B. L. Martin 
G. P. Michael 



M. M. Phii.los 
T. C. Tacsdale 
A. B. Rood 
Miriam Sheldon 
Sarah Scruggs 
Alfred Daniel Sides 
Bruce Thorburn 
A. P. Wilson 
C. V. Yow 



Grace Bivins 
Louise Ellison 
Walter Fleischmann 
William Gossard 



VOICE 

Jack Hours 
Doris Koonce 
Wade Koontz 



Zelma Parnell 
Sam Taylor 
Gene Thacker 
Frances Scruggs 



Jane Austin 
Grace Bivins 
Olin Blickensderfer 



PIANO 

Jack Houts 
Charlene Humphrey's 
Nell Humphreys 



Doris Koonce 
Sam Taylor 
Gene Thacker 



Jewell Campbell 
Mrs. June Galloway 
Hazel Gibson 
Virginia Gibson 
Auurie Guthrie 
Ruth Guyer 
Martha Hamm 
Nell Hartman 
Kathleen Howard 
Clarice Hoover 
Vircinta Hutchins 



ART 

Cloyce Moose 
Blanche Myles 
Ada Oliver 
Frances Plunkett 
Mary Smith 
Iris Thacker 
Mrs. Agnes Tucker 
Jams Usher 
Betty Lee Wall 
Sue Woodruff 
Miriam Hcggard 



Frank Morton 
Mary Snow Cridlebaugh 
Pauline Kennett 
Carmen Vernon 
Willie Edwards 
Catherine Ellison 
Rachel Spainhour 
Helen Brown 
Dorothy Pecram 
Edith Cribbs 
Mrs. Ruth Black 



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FRESHMAN 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 



H. J. Maxwell 
Henry Liptak 
Jesse Bafty ■ ■ 
Talmadge Cole 



President 



Vice-President 



Secretary 



Treasurer 




Maxwell, Baity, Liptak, Cole, 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Mildred Allen 
Connie Baldwin 
Jessie H. Baity 
Elinor Balslev 
Mary Nell Reamer 
Becky Brockman 
Doris Bundy 
Leah Burrows 
Mary Ruth B rower 
Doris Cam I'm r i 
Hannah E, Campbei i 
1 [hen E. Campbei l 
Maude Cakram.u 
F.ldise Cecil 
Frances Ci.inard 
Ella Stuart Cox 
Frances Irene Current 
(Catherine CRANEORI) 

Dorothy Dean Davis 
Annie Freeman 
[Catherine Fulcher 
Mary E. Gatewdod 
Virginia Gibson 



G I H L S 



Martha Ha mm 
Nell Hart man- 
Esther Hicks 
Clarice Hoover 
Virginia Hutchens 

l ; \ H -i N K EARNS 

Jaciji'EI in Kenneui 
Burrie K ester 
Marle Kirkman 
Doris Koonce 
Martha Lassiter 
Bonnie Lewis 
Kathleen MALPAsa 
Barbara Matthews 
Kathleen Matthews 
Lit. lie Mae Moore 
Ci oyce Moose 
Roma Murray 
Blanche Mvi.es 



Grace McKauchan 
Ada Oi iv er 
Shirley Nelson 
Hazel Paschal 
Frances Plunkett 
Margaret Price 
Judy Primm 
Ramon a Redman 
Dorothy E. Russell 
Lucille Ruthazir 
Patsy Siffoko 
Lli a Smith 
Margaret Smith 
Marie Snider 
Claudia Strange 
Lily Tii acker 
Dorothy Usher 
I inis Usher 
Annie Mas Wagoner 
But'y Lee Wall 
Ethel Wall 
M. Sue Wood rule 
Marie Workman 




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F R E S 



Albert Amenuoi.a 
PETER Amos 
Jack Astrella 
Martin C. Auman 
Earl Barnes, Jr. 
James A. Barnes 
David Beam an 
Chester Bellamy 
Richard E. Bennett 
Frvin W. Biles 
Edwin Blaylock 
Francis J. Bow en 
William Howard Brown 
Charles Buchanan 
Jack Burkheao 
Charles T, Cole 
Peyton W. Cox 
Kenneth Crouse 
Edwin Coltrane 
Kent Dennis 
Richard DiTullio 
Frederick W. Easter 
Jimmie Ellis 
Clifton Evans 
Ross Lewis Fariow 
Den ms Faw 
James Fink 
James Flanagan 
Bud Fletcher 
Raymond Freeman 
Stanley Freedman 
Jack Futrell 



H M A IV 
B D Y S 



Claude Gantt 
Richard GtNTHEK 
Hugh Goerner 
William Gorman 
James Green 
Edwin Heath 

(Jl-nKi.P- HlCHX.MIMI 
[.U.k I I J I I 1 1 S 

Jay Hoe em an 
Clyde Johnson 

W'll 1. 1AM J \RREI1 

Clifton H. Jones 
Theodore Joseph 
Fred Kappleman 

IIOYLE KlOER 
M. C KlMSEV 

Alfred Lea 
Joseph Lepkowski 
Mack Lewis 
Jam es Lowderm ilk 
Wayne Linole> 
Henry Liptak 
Russell Lombard! 
Nick Mantzouris 
s| i; is i ii'. m \kin 
Charles Matheny 
|nii\ Matthews 
Hardy Maxwell 
R. W. Moore 



CLASS 



Harold, Mendenhai i 
J. R. Meredith 
William Meredith 
Duncan Monroe 
Gilmer Myers 
Gilbert McCain 
Bill Nifong 
Thomas McCanthv 
Harding McKinney 

Ki -.ill \ i v ' ' \ 
N. N. Osborn 
Alfred G. Payne 
Kenneth Payne 
John Perry 
Albert Ridce, Jr. 
William Robbins 
George Sheli horsi 
R. C. SH1PP 
Banner F. Siiei.ion 
Walter Sink 
Leon Sochrjn 
Louis Soscia 
Martin Spineiii 
Joh n Si asulli 

VlRCIL SlEEIA 

Don Switek 
Joe Tesh 
Zane Thompson 
William Tkoxler 
David Underwood 
Willis S. Wright, Jr. 
Ralph Yow 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




" ■■ ■ 



■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■ ■ ■■ 




VlrCUlLDCH HALL 



The Student Government, organized in 1934, 
has developed through the years into one of 
the most important organizations on our cam- 
pus. As a tangible expression of self-govern- 
ment by students, this group has fulfilled its 
duties to the satisfaction of the administration 
and of the student body that it represents. Led 
by C. A. Watts as prendent and Jerome Couni- 
han as Vice-President, it is composed of two 
representatives from each of the four classes 
and of the presidents of the dormitory and day 
student councils. Its primary aim is to insure a 
cooperative relationship between students and 
faculty and to promote better undersanding and 
fellowship among all students. Thus, the en- 
forcement or student regulations and the 
marked development of social life have distin- 
guished another of the Council's successful 
Echool years. 




C A. WATTS 



STUDENT G [) V E R IV M E IV T 




Hugh Li. Amondolj, Ketne, Counihan 

TiMtipleron f Prc*n*tt, Parkei, Whiuker 

GjIcs, Lewis, Kconrz. Watts, Rankin. CrdWftrr, Baie*, 






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Ru .'II ( lii> Rash, John -on. Hunt. Ti'mpk-iMn 



DORMITORY GOVERNING BODIES 



I 'l I I. I I UN I IDS 

Lucille Johnson 
Ger amuse Rash 



. . . President Bill Keenb . , 
. Pitt-President Frank Fernandez 
. . . Secretary Edward Greeson . 



. . . . . President 
. . . Vice-President 
Junior Representative 



Orei'son. Kttne, Hours, Femandt-z 



.jl"" 




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Thavtfr. ChanJl-tr, Rankin, Workman. Moor*- 



DAY STUDENT GOVERNING BODIES 

Jeanne Rankin President Blkke Kqontz President 

Alice Ckaxdler . . Senior Representative Jack Lee Senior Representative 

MakvAiiu Iii.iwk I mum li< / i< w mal'tVi DAKRi i Ai . kin .Junior Representative 



Ellis. SpchitsT. Kgomi, Allrcd, Lcr 




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THE ZENITH 



Editorial Staff 

[his ThaCKER Horace Giles 

Darreu. Securest Lawrence Bvrum 

Lucille Craven Rum Thaver 

Marie Thayer Jack I.ee 
Marv Townsend 

Bl sin ess Staff 

Russell Nixon Glenn Payne 

I1enrv RiutMjouH Jacob Duncan 

d0r0th1 pkes.ve1.l albert earle 

Gene Thackes Cufton Jones 




EARLH, Bbtinest Mmj&t 




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THE HIP D 



Editorial Staff 



Irene Parker 
Marse Graki 

LL'CM.i i: (.« H ia 
DllKts POINOEXTKK 
SlAM.Kl FrEEBMAN 
Rll'MARII Bennett 



MAKV Tip" NSKM) 

Rum Griffith 
Tko Schumacher 
Jack Hoots 
Ruth Goooe 
Many Tavi.or Gav 



Hi sin ess Staff 



John M. Hamm 
Ralph Vow 



WnitAKii Brown 
Iacob Duncan 




PAKKER, Edim 
HAMM, Butinta Manager 




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Cjiivvjsj, JCoOOCC, Parnelt, Keoiirz. 

"the Quartet has represented the cultural imetesis of the cidkgv throughout this ami nearby 
states, by giving sacred and secular concerts every week-end. 

Membership in the A Capella Choir is competitive and limited. Intensive rehearsals have 
been rewarded In the wide acclaim the choir has received for concerts at chapel, various con- 
ventions ami conferences, at broadcasts, and for programs given during the spring tour. 

Outstanding presentations of the year included Robinson's "Hallntt fur Americans," Handel's 
"Messiah," Haydn's "Creation," programs of sacred music, and the joint Spring Festival with the 
hand. 

Miss Vera K. Whit lock, head of the Department "I Music, is director of hmh the A Capella 
Choir and the College Quartet Miss Whitlock has created a new interest and a deep enthusiasm 
fur :i Inner kiiini leilgi- .on) .ifipreei.uion n| music ai High Point College, through her monthly 
studio musicales. 

Assisting hei were Mr. (Miri R. UKekensderler, Mr. Charles McNeill, and Miss Ernestine 
Tie Ids. 







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MISS VERA E. WHITLOCK 



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Roll 

Sam Taylor President 

Jerri' Rash Secretary 

Louise Ellison Librarian 

Grace Bin ns , . , . Rot/e Custodian 



Louise Ellison 



Evelyn Atkins 
Harriet Bkrrv 

Ann Aii mann 
[[mi \ Hurm ■, 



Grace Bivins 



Banks Chilton 



First Soprano 
Zblma Parneli. 
Charlotte Varner 

Second Soprano 
Geraldinb Rash 

FvV.W ,:///« 

Evelyn Davis 
Doris Koonce 

Second Altn 
Lucii.e Craven- 
Doris Poindextes 

First Tenor 
Wade Koontk 
Second Tenor 

Baxter Slaughter Sam Taylor 



L. W. Gerriscer 



OLIN Bl.ICKENSDERFEt! 



First Bass 
William Gossahu 

El-I.IOT WVNNE 

Second Bass 
Jack Houts 
Bernard Huri ev 



Lilly Whitakek 



Gene Tuackf.k 
Iris Th acker 

Annie Mae Wagoner 
Nina Whitaker 



F.MMA WlllTAKER 



Eugene Connelly 



Bob Williams 



Wayne Lindlev 



h CAPELLA CHDIB 



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TH/1LEM LITERARY SOCIETY 



Officers 

Botce WVnn President 

Jin: \\\\ Fkt-Presiient 

Albert Earle Stcretary 

Bernard Hurley, Jk . Treasurer 



Km. i 



Ot-IN lil.lCKKNSDERI 1.R 

Hanks CmtTON 
Jacor Duncan 

Al.RERI F-.ARI I- 

Henry Ervin 

|1| S M« I Ul 
Hill. CAM! 



W. L, (.iKRRISCF.R 
Hilt, GllSSAKIP 

Bryan Greoori 
Victor Harris 

Bit I v Henderson 
Bernard Hurley - , Jk. 

I'r ii-iiK II. Junes 
Wayne Kindley 
SEE VSTIAN Maris 
Chari.es H. Mathekv 
Joe May 
Al Neikakd 



Russeu Nixon 
Ted Shl'MACiier 
Devvbv Smith 
Ross Spencer 
Sam Taylor 

lillHT V\'l N\ 

Ellioti Wynne 




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Officers 

Doris Holmes President 

Geralitine Rash Vice-President 

Belle, Moore Secretary 

Roll 

Mildred Allen Elvenb Fukr Ada Olives 

Mary Andrew J. V. Furr Alice Overman; 

Evelyn Atkins Mary Taylor Gay Hazel Paschal 

Mary Nell Beamer Hazel Gibson Frances Pujnkett 

Annabell Bingham Helen Gibson Fannie Poe 

Gladys Brook Audrey Guthrie Dorothy Presnell 

Helen Brown Ki ih Guyer Nell Price 

Orpha Burgess Martha Hamm Gbkaldine Rash 

Leah Burrows Doris Holmes Ramona Redman 

Winifred Burton Clarice Hoover Lucille Ruthazer 

Helen Campbeli Katherine Howard Helen Scott 

Jewell Campbell Virginia Hunt Marie Snider 

Mary Lee Canirei.i. Virginia Kutckins Rachel Spainiiour 

Ruth Cave Lucille Johnson Claudia STRANGE 

Fi.oise Cecil Evelyn Kearns Marv Alma Teacue 

Frances Clin arm Bobbie Kester Cleo Templeton 

Willie Clinard Aii.eek Kirkman Lucy Neal Thayer 

Et.MA Chambliss Neliik Kiiikhi Marie Thayer 

Ella Stuart Cox Edith Leonard Ruth Thayer 

Lucille Craven Erline Lofton Mary Townseno 

Irene Current Grace McPiierson Dorothy Usher 

Evelyn Davis Delores McKeown Janis Usher 

Josephine Deal Martha Grey Mickey Charlotte Varner 

Louise Ellison Blanche Miles Annie Mae Wagoner 

Evelyn Evans Belle Moore Ethel Wall 

Oneta Fitzgerald Lili.ie Mae Moore Jule Warren 

Katherine Fulcher Cloyce Moose Sue Woodruff 

Byroeli.e Nicholas 

MKMTHM LITEHARY SOCIETY 



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MROTHMM LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Frank Harris President 

Bob Andrews Ftce-Presidenl 

John HAMM Secretary 

fACK H0UT8 Treasurer 



Roll 



Robert Andrews 
M. C. Admas, Jk. 
Hill Ballard 
Lewis Bopp 
U'n i ari) Brown 
Frank Burton 
Henry van B\i e\ h i 

DF.LUFRT BVKl'M 

Geor<;e Carver 

I'm M Mir. I 1 "11 
EUCBNfi CONNEJ I ■. 

Jerome Counihan 



Robert Dimmette 
Lk Roy Foster 
Bill garmav 
Dick Gintoer 
huch gosrker 
George van Guilder 
Prank Harris 
John Hamm 
Edwin Heath 
Ai BERT IImiir 

Robert Hoi r 
William Horn- 
Jack HOLT'S 

fi h m: Keever, Jr. 
Lawrence Linneman 



Ernesi Long 

James LowoESMILK 
Georcf. Needuam 
Robert Ormand 
John Perry 
Henry Rioenhour 
Banner Shelton 
LOUIS SosciA 
Francis Stalnaker 
Blaine Thompson 
Spofford Venabi.e 
R. J. Vow 



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Officers 



Pauline Kennett 

Helen Crovvder . . . . 
Betty Russell 



i , 



. . . President 
{■-President 



Secretary 



Roll 



Avne Blair Auman 
Jessie Baits 
Martha Baitv 
Harriet Berry 
Grace Rims 
Marv Ruth B rower 
Becky Brockman 
Maude Carrawav 
Anne Chappell 
Frances Chappell 
Katherine CRANFORD 
Geneva Crowdir 
Helen Crowoer 
Betty Lou Cum miss 
Dorothy Dean Davis 
Willie Edwards 
Florence Elkins 



Anna Lee Ellison 
Catherine Ellison 
Erva Freeman- 
Nell Hartman 
Wanda Hakvim.e 
Mary Holtman 
Jaco.uei.in Kennedy 
Pauline Kennett 
Christine Kiser 
Anne Kitchens 
Do n ie Koonce 
Grace McKaughas 
Kathleen Mai.pass 
Barbara Matthews 
Ruth May 
Roma Murray 
Irene Parker 
Zelma Parnell 
Doris Poind exter 
Judy Primm 



Jeanne Rankin 
Mary Randolph 
Betty Russell 
Frances Scruggs 
Ronda Sebastian- 
Doris Setzer 
Patsy Siffokd 
Frances Smith 
Lui.a Smith 
Marv Smith 

(ilAf Til acker 

Iris Th acker 
Carmen Vernon 
Betty Lee Wall 
Mabel Wari.ick 
Marie Workman 
Caroline York 



ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



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RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 



1>K. (,. I. IlL'MPNHKtS 

Dr. p. F.. LrNOLEi 



Gekaldine Rash 
O.eo Templeton 



Rev. J. Clay Madison 

RfV. J. A. LlMlSAl 

Student Representatives 

ROBERT DlMMtllE 

(ItORce Carver 



Lucille Craven 
c;eor(;e Nhedham 



Dei.bf.ri Br rum 
Frank Harris 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

George Nbeoham President 

Paul D baton rice-President 

Thomas Hutchins Secretary 





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MEDICAL CLUB 



Frank Young President 

Pep. ores McKEOWK Vice-President 

Frances Chappkm Secretary-Treasurer 



LAW CLUB 



Victor IIarber President 

BRUCE Carrauay Vice-President 

Alfred Lea ■ Treasurer 

O.YOE Cecil Secretary 




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H 



B A IV D 



Oi.in Blickensevereer Conductor 

Russell Hughes Drum Major 

Emma Whitaker, Lii.v Wkiiaker .... Twin Drum Major/tits 



Cornets 

Eugene Connelly 
Francis Stalnaker 
Baxter Slaughter 
LeRoy Foster 
I-!i worm VUeuiv 
Russell Nixon 
Harry Mauser 

Basics 

William Horn 
Charles Math en y 

Percussion Snare Drums 
Vernon Forney 
Robert Williams 
Sebastian Marin 

KrililKI I'Rl I SUM I 

William Patterson 

Hass Drum 

HhNM RlHENHOUR 



Glockenspiel 

Helen Scott 
Tympani 

Sam Taylor 
Flute 

Wit LI AM GOSSARD 

Clarinet! 

Claudia Strange 
Jack Caudle 
Richard Ginther 
Clarence Leonarb 
James Scotten 
Roma Murray 
Wavns Li mmh 
Walter Sisk 

Tenor Saxophones 

Virgil Sinn 
Ernest Long 



Alto Saxophones 

Jimmie McCall 
Russell Hughes 
Ella Cox 
Percy Holland 

Baritone 

Joe Mav 

Trombones 

Robert Pritchard 
Eli ioi t Wynne 
Willis Wright 
Dan Sides 

(iEIIRCt UlGlISMITH 



Uor 



Joe Sheets 
Robert Andrews 

RnKEKI DlMMEITE 

Bernard Hurley 




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Hjrfbi. Kennea, Halmes, Wyr 



FORENSIC COUNCIL 



INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 



Friedman, LiEiiu'imn, Houts, Cecium? Stchresi. 




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Crawwt, Grant, Ra*h, Hams, Putter, Gil** 
Holme*, Konntr, Templemn 



THE LIGHTED LAMP 



WHO'S WHO 



Lee. BlictanidcrfEr, Crowder 
NeeJhjm. Tprnptetfin, H<j]mcs, Gram, Kenn^u. Eacte 




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BLOCK "H" CLUB 



CHEERLEADERS 



Varner, Keever, Crowd cr, Etkiris, Gumoa, Thayer 




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MnnEM PHISCILLA CLUB 



Officers 

Lucv Neal Tiiayek President 

Betty Russell Pice-President 

Cleo Pin nix Secretary 

Jule Warren Treasurer 

Miss Ada Johnson Advisor 



KiM 1 



Mariha Baity 
Annabelle Bingham 
Gladys Brooks 
Hazel Gibson 
Marian Haggard 
Mariha Hamm 
Neil Hart man 



Clarice Hoover 
Kathi j;kn Howard 
Virginia Hunt 
Virginia Hutchins 
Lucille Johnson 
evelvn kearns 
Christine Kiser 
Virginia Mitchell 

( I rivo Mini-.!- 

Cleo Pinnix 
Frances Pi.unkett 
Betty Russell 



Frances Scruggs 
Frances Smith 
Lucv Neal Thayer 
Janis Usher 
Betty Lee Wall 
Jule Warren 
Sue Woodruff 










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HDME 
MANAGEMENT HOUSE 




ADA B JOHNSON 

Putting an old axiom that "experience is the best teacher" into use, all girls who 
are candidates for a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics are required 
to live in the practice house for six weeks during their senior year. Here they live 
as a family unit, applying all the principles, which they have studied during their 
previous years, to practical use. Child care, cooking, home budgeting, and home 
management in general are the important items taught, thereby meeting the require- 
ments of the National Vocational Educational Department in the Home Economics 
program. 

This year, 1940-41, the Home Economics majors are fortunate in having as their 
new supervisor, Miss Ada B. Johnson, who will direct the girls in their management 
of the cottage. 

Being situated near the campus, the new practice house is ideally located at 909 
West College Drive. In keeping with the forward progress of High Point College, 
many improvements have been made to facilitate the students' work and to bring the 
practice house up to modern standards of home making; in this way adding new 
intetest to this phase of work. 




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Helen Crowder President 

Jack Lee Vke-Prmitni 

Betty Sechrest Secretary 

REPRESENTATIVES 



Theta Pi 

Miss Louise Adams 
Helen Crowder 

Alpha Tfteta Psi 

Mrs. Alice Paige White 
Lucv Neal Thayer 



Sigma Alpha Phi 

Miss V'erel Ward 
Bet iv Sechrest 

Eptilon Eta Phi 

Prof. J. H. Mourane 

Hi in Ssiiii r 



intn Tau Kfippa 

Mr. A. C. Lovelace 
Jack Lee 

Dtltn A I pa Epsiloti 

Prof. J. H. An red 
Oi.in Bi.ickensderfer 



The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is the active supervision of all the activities of the 
various social clubs on the campus.. This year it has placed special emphasis upon the promnrinu 
of better relationships among these clubs ami a clarification of the rules under which they itiilit 
operate. Paul Owen, the permanent chairman from the faculty, has led the group in their most 
successful and useful of years. Their work included the revising of the constitution of the 
Council in order that it might meet present needs and the promotion of a spirit of friendliness 
and cooperatioo as well as the usual rivalry. 



PAN-HELLENIC LDUMIL 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 



Jane Austin 
Alice Chandler 
As,ne Chappeli 



Roll 

Josephine Deal 
Virginia Hunt 
Lucille Johnson 
i in; u i list Rash 
11m fn Seorr 
Bettv Securest 
Rachel Spainhour 



cleo templeton 
Mabel Warlick 
Caroline York 



Mrs. I*. E. I.iniii ev 



Honorary Members 

Miss Vera Idol 



Miss Verel Ward 




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I D T A TO KAPPA 



Elmer Cashatt 
Robert Clifton 
Jerry Cohmhan 

Al-BERT EARLE 



Roll 

Vernon Forney 
Horace Giles 
Marse Grant 
William Horn 
Burke Koontz 
Jack Lee 
Elvin Lewis 
Frank Murray 



Jack Moran 
Ted Shximacher 

Juiius WEIKER 
Boiu \V\ \\ 



Dr. C. R. HlNSHAW 



Honorary Members 

Dr. P. E. Lindlev 
O. A, Kirkman 



A. C. Lovelace 




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T H E T A 



P H I 



Harriet Berrv 
Grace Bivins 
Helen Crowder 
Florence Elkins 



Roll 

Catherine Ellison 
Marv Holton 
Pali line Ken net i 
Zei ma Park ell 
Cleo Pin nix 

DOROTIir PRESKELL 

Jeanne Rankin 



Betty Russell 
Emma Whitaker 
Lily Whitaker 
Nina Whitaker 



Miss Louise Adams 
Miss Priscu.i.a Dean- 



Honorary Members 

Mrs. N. M. Harrison 
Mrs. Gi enn Muse 



Mrs. N, P. Yarbijroucti 
Mrs. C, V. You* 




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EPSILDIV ETA PHI 



Wll MAM BfiNKim 

Charles Cochrane 
i'ii'im is Elliott, Jk. 

FR A N K F EK N A NDEZ 
AOAM I.tfi GlBSON 



Roll 

James Jacobs 
Wiluam Kl-:VS.I. 
WtNFRED Lam vk 
James Lowder 
Frko Mii.t.s 
Fraternity Swet heart — H EL en Crowder 



Harlan Reio 
D IRRE1 i Sechresi 
Hob Smuhi 
V. A. Watts 

( rEOKCE Zl HAS 



James McCacuren 
Edgar Hartlev 



Honorary Members 

W. F. Bailev 
Wadi: E. Mari i i i i 
J. n. Mouraki 
Dr. B. M. Ihii 



N. P. 1 ARBOROUGH 
Davib 1', Vow 




ren 




ALPHA THETA PSI 



Jewell Campbell 
Willie Edwards 
Loutse Ellison 



Roll 

Ruth Goon 
Rt m Griffith 
Ruth Guyer 

ANN! FClTCHEHS 

Earline Loflin 

K i mi Mai 



Irene Parker 
Lucy Neal Thayer 
Mary Alice Thayer 



Mks. C. R. Hikshau 



Honorary Members 

Mks. G. 1. Ik'Ml'HRl-VS 

Mrs. M, W. Nash 
Mrs. S, O. Peebles 



Mrs, Alice Paige White 




tMI 




DELTA ALPHA EPSILDN 



DARKELL At.l.REI) 
Oun Blickensijerfer 

WlLLARD BROWN 

Clyde Cecil 



Roll 



Billy Henderson Sam Taylor 

Russell Hughes George Welborn 

Joe May Robert Williams 

George Needuam Elliott Wynne 
Robert Pru chard 
Fraternity Sweethigrl — Catherine ELLISON 



J. H. Ai.lred 

Dr, Paul R. Bowen 

Dr. R. B, Davis 



Honorary Members 

W. H. Ford 

Dr, W. L. Jackson 

Dr. Glenn Perry 



C. C. Robbiss 
Herman Smith 
John Whitsbli 




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ATHLETICS 







xc 



XT 




HARRISON GYMNASIUM 




ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The most evident function of the Athletic Council is its direct supervision over all 
athletic contests. The supervision of ticket sales, the care of equipment, and the arrange- 
ment of trips for the varsities are but a few of its varied tasks. They are responsible 
for the spirit of our teams as opposed to that fit the other colleges in the conference. 
However, the promotion of intercollegiate sports is but one phase of their work. Less 
noticeable but far more important is their task of extending the athletic program to 
every student by means of the physical education classes and the intramural sports pro- 
gram. Recognizing the need for emphasis upon health education, they insist upon every 
physically fit student's participation in some phase of this program. Composed of 
coaches. I acuity members, and students, the group is completing another progressive 
year under the guidance of its chairman, Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. 




Vow, MtCacfmn, Atiiiin, Glasgow 

Yarbiot-gh, Giant, Htn&baw, Allri'd. Cumnungs 



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COBLE SHOFFNEk 

7 rjjjit'r 




AiTIF.fi 

c;ws\vald 



BENNETT 
FERNANDEZ 



CASE 
FLETCHER 



COCHRANE 
FORNEY 



PANTHERS HAVE BEST 



High Point College's best football season 
since 1928 was experienced in the 1940 season. 
The Panthers emerged from a tough ten-game 
schedule with five wins, four losses, and one 
scoreless tie. 

A fine spirit prevailed on the squad through- 
out the year and this spirit, coupled with that 
of the student body, was in no small measure 
responsible for the vast improvement in the 
team's play. 

The season opened with a scoreless tie 
against a heavier Wofford team. Lenoir Rhyne 
capitalized on two breaks to defeat the Pan- 



thers in the second game on the schedule, 
12-0. The Yowmen trekked to Norfolk next 
week-end and showing a burst of power and 
speed humbled the Norfolk William and 
Mary aggregation 33-0. 

The season's North State Conference cham- 
pions, the Catawba Indians, exhibited the 
slickest passing attack the Panthers faced all 
season and turned back the locals 24-0. 

The squad then upset a favored Emory and 
Henry eleven 7-0. In probably their best of- 
fensive game during the year, the Panthers 
defeated Western Carolina Teachers College 



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MARCEL MAIFREGEOT 
Mttftagtt 



JOHNSON 
MO RAN 



I l-l'Kl'W SKI 
TARVER 



MAXWELL 
WATTS 



PETAOC 

ZURAS 



SEASON SIICE 1928 



27-12, on the strength of two 70-yard runs 
by Arthur Griswald; a 90-yard run by Jack 
Moran after he had snagged a pass; and a line 
lunge by Joe Petack. 

Elon outswam High Point 1 9-0 in a contest 
which was played under the most unfavorable 
conditions possible. The field was soggy to 
begin with, but virtual cloudbursts throughout 
the game made the condition of the field even 
worse. Such conditions hampered greatly the 
most effective weapon of the Panthers, their 
passing game. 



The Panthers ran over an outclassed Guil- 
ford eleven 25-6 on the night of November 8 
and next week-end Eastern Carolina Teachers 
fell 6-0 when Joe Petack plunged over from 
the five-yard line. 

The season ended somewhat in the manner 
of a letdown as Newberry drove over the goal 
line for 45 points while the Panthers were 
getting nowhere. Newberry had one of the 
strongest small college elevens in the South, 
so this is a partial explanation for the poot 
showing of the Panthers. 



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THE 



V A fl S I T Y 



RESULTS 

The season's record follows: 

High Point 

Wofford 

High Point 

Lenoir Rhyne 12 

High Point 33 

Norfolk William and Mary .... 

High Point • ■ • 

Catawba 24 

High Point ■ ■ 7 

Emory and Henry 

High Point 27 

W. C. T. C 12 

High Point 

Elon 19 

High Point 25 

Guilford 6 

High Point 6 

E. C. T. C. 

High Point . 

Newberry 45 



a ii ?? 



H 



ROLL 



Altier 


Kimsev 


Amhmiou 


Lepkowski 


Baxter 


LlPTAK 


Bennett 


Lowoer 


Boles 


Mantzuras 


lii m e n 


Maxwell 


I'll I'.hlll 111 


Mills 


("ASK 


Ml* F.H. 


Clifton 


Moras; 


C <n ItRAKE 


Ml IK 5 


DlTULLlO 


Ormano 


Fernandez 


Petack 


Fl.ANV. IN 


SlIII-P 


Fletcher 


Spinnellj 


Forney 


Tarver 


Freeman 


V'eacii 


( iREESON 


Watts 


Griswald 


Wei.ver 


Houts 


Who ehead 


Johnson 


Yow 


Joseph 


Zl'RAS 




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BASEBALL 



The 1940 baseball season wasn't any 
too successful, but it never is anything 
to rave about, so that isn't news. To be 
exact, the team won five, lost eleven, 
and tied two games. 

The heavy hitting of Burke Koontz, 
Hugh Hampton, and Mickey Cochrane 
went for naught as spotty pitching and 
shaky fielding combined to overshadow 
such slugging. 

The team fared fairly well against 
North State Conference competition 
but several semi-pro teams literally beat 
the purple socks off the Panthers. The 
two tie games were played with the pro- 
fessional club of Thomasville and 
Eastern Carolina Teachers College. 



SEASON RECORD 

High Point • • ■ 2; Catawba - - ■ 1 

High Point ... I; Thomasville , ■ 1 

High Point 2; Hanes .... 6 

High Point 6; Elon ■ ... 12 

High Point 6; McEwen . ■ 12 

High Point 5; A. C. C ■ - 2 

High Point ■ ■ - 4; Lenoir Rhyrte 3 

(12 innings) 

High Point • ■ ■ 2; Guilford ■ • ■ 3 

High Point ■ 1; Guilford ■ . . 6 

High Point • • . 2; McCrary ■ . . 6 

High Point ... 3; Catawba • -10 

High Point ■ ■ . 7; W. C. T. C. .2 

High Point . . . 7; E. C T. C. . .7 
(15 innings) 

High Point ... 3; Lenoir Rhyne - 1 

High Point .2; Hanes ■ ■ 10 

High Point 10; Roanoke . • ■ 14 

High Point • ■ 3; Catawba ■ ■ ■ 7 

High Point ■ ■ 4; Elon ■ - ■ -11 



THE 1941 SQUAD 




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Abort {itft '<• MfA/J First Row: Mann* Malfregest, Hartnett. 

Second Rovi LjpLak. (Cam*, Dcmmv. Third Ron: Murray. 

Cable. Stasull. Fourth Rew: Lomhardy. Zuras, Paitfr^nn. 

fifth Ron; CoiUnihan. Freddy I Mascot) 



BASKETBALL 
1940-41 



High Point • 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point 
High Point ■ 
High Point • 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point ■ 
High Point • 
High Point ■ 
High Point • 
High Point ■ 
High Point 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point ■ 
High Point • 



RESULTS 

39; High Point Y.M.CA 

37; Hanes ..... 

39; McCrary .... 

52; Lincoln Memorial ■ 

42; Naval Base ■ ■ ■ 

42; Naval Apprentices • 

26; Langley Field 

49; Guilford .... 

63; Catawba .... 

55; W. CT.C. . . ■ 

59; Catawba .... 

41; Langley Field ■ ■ 

38; McCrary .... 

54; Atlantic Christian 

61; Atlantic Christian - 

45; Appalachian - . ■ 

52; Guilford .... 

76; Lenoir Rhyne 

54; Elon 

35; Elon 

39; Appalachian ■ ■ . 

43; Lenoir Rhyne . 

44; Hanes 



38 
38 
49 

45 
46 
36 

30 
23 
-T> 
38 
46 
36 
40 

24 

45 
32 
35 
50 

42 
37 
42 
36 
43 



North State Conference Tournament Results: 
High Point ■ . 60; Atlantic Christian - 31 
High Point • .29; Catawba 35 



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The Purple Panthers of basketball for the 
1940-41 season will go down in sports annals 
as a team which overcame an early season 
slump; reached a peak which was high enough 
to beat Appalachian and Elon by big mar- 
gins; then dropped down to just a mediocre 
club when the conference championship was 
decided in the first annual tournament held 
here. 

Even with the loss of Hilliard Nance dur- 
ing the Christmas holidays, and even with the 
illness of key men in the closing games of 
the campaign, Coach Virgil Yow's club 
maintained a record of 17 wins and 8 defeats 
during the tough schedule. 

In four pre-Christmas games the Panthers 
held a .500 mark, and then after Christmas 
visited Virginia, there to lose three of the 
four games played. But upon their return 
the team began functioning in a manner 
which netted them wins over Catawba, W. C. 
T. G, Langley Field, Atlantic Christian, and 
Guilford. On January 25 the team struck a 
snag against McCrary but then in succeeding 
games turned back Appalachian, Lenoir- 
Rhyne, and Elon. 

Then came a turning point in the season. 
With High Point minus Jack Moran and 
Bill Keene, Elon triumphed at Elon, 37-35; 
three nights later Appalachian raced in with 
a 42-39 win at Boone. 



Two nights before the Conference Tourna- 
ment the Panthers played spotty ball in de- 
feating Lenoir-Rhyne at Hickory 43-37 but 
in the first game of the tournament the team 
played like professionals in whipping Atlan- 
tic Christian 60-31. Spirit was at a high 
pitch when the Panthers collided with a hot 
Catawba team in the semi-finals. Then doom 
came. It is all history now, how the Indians, 
playing faultlessly, out-classed a careless Pan- 
ther outfit, 35-29. Hanes was beaten 44-43 
in a season-ender which has as its only interest 
the fact that Jack Moran ended his four-year 
career as a Panther eager gloriously by buck- 
eting four points in the final seconds of the 
game. 

The team was the best-balanced one in 
recent years, with no one being consistently 
outstanding all season. George Zuras hit a 
scoring streak in mid-season and piled up 
enough points to lead the club in scoring. 
Captain Jack Moran, Jerry Counihan, Bill 
Keene, and Marcel Malfregeot must be men- 
tioned if outstanding men are named. George 
Demrny, Milliard "Red" Coble, Emmett 
Hartnetr, Billy Patterson, Frank Murray, and 
Russ Lombardy played valuable roles as re- 
serves while Freshmen Henry Liptak and 
John Stasulli showed promise of aiding the 
squad a great deal next year. 



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The unheralded Panther reserves, 
who serve as a feeding machine for the 
varsity, went virtually unnoticed 
through a tough campaign; but, never- 
theless, they compiled a record of twelve 
wins and seven losses. 

The Kittens racked up victories over 
high school teams and strong semi-pro 
outfits of this section. Coach Jim Mc- 
Cachren's boys triumphed over the high 
school team.; of Greensboro, Hanes, 
Sumner, Fair Grove, Mayodan, Thom- 
asville, Jamestown, Bethany, Cornelius, 
and Madison. The independent team 
which fell was the McCrary Night- 
hawks of Asheboro. Losses were suffered 
during the year to McCrary Night- 
hawks, Greensboro High, Wingate Jun- 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
HASKETHALL 

ior College, Trinity High, Adams- 
Millis, Mirmeola Mills, and Hanes 
High. 

Outstanding men for the Kitrens in- 
cluded Henry Liptak, Marry Spinelli, 
Hugh Goerncr, and Jim Flanagan, all 
of whom dressed with the varsity at 
various times during the year. Jack 
Burkhead was the fifth man in the com- 
bination. Other members of the squad 
were Bowen, Petack, Jarrett, Walker, 
Pappas, Lowdermilk, Farlow, Sebastin, 
Auman, and Perry. 




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SOCCER 19411 



RESULTS 

High Point 1 

University of Maryland 2 

High Point 2 

Davidson 

High Point . 1 

Duke 

High Point 8 

Davidson . . 2 

High Point 1 

Frostburg .... 1 

High Point 2 

Duke 1 



The mythical title of state soccer 
champions was again earned by the Pur- 
ple Panther squad after another bril- 
liantly successful season. Continuing 
to play a championship game, they dis- 
played excellent teamwork and great 
spirit as they downed such powers as 
Duke University and Davidson. Their 
loss and tie came after great fighting 
games by this team which deserves more 
praise than it has received. Etvin Lewis 
and Millard Coble coached the "shin- 
busters" through the 1940 season in 
which they won four games, lost one, 
and tied one. Those showing fine soc- 
cer talent were Koontz, Lewis, M. Co- 
ble, Giles, H. Gannon, Zuras, R. Gar- 
mon, Ferree, Stasulli, Lombardy, Ro- 
zelle, Lowdermilk, Weatherly, Pappas, 
Farlow, Gibson, Soschia, Mecum, Van 
Bylevelt, and S, Coble. 




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IV 



I 



Last year the tennis team, through the fine work of Hinshaw, Frazier, 
Welborne, Eatle, and Short, easily broke the .500 mark against stiff com- 
petition. Although this record is not quite as brilliant as some of the other 
aggregations on the campus, the team always fights hard and gains respect 
for their great spirit. 

This spring, with Hinshaw, Frazier, and Short lost, returning lettermen 
Albert Earle and George Welborne hope to develop a winning from last 
year's outstanding reserves: George Van Guilder, Jerry Counihan, "Lump" 
Lombardy, and Henry Minor. This year's squad will not have to face the 
disadvantage of inadequate courts, with which Panther teams in the past 
have been faced. For this year the addition of new courts has removed this 
obstacle and paved the way to a brighter and greater season than ever before. 

1941 TENNIS TEAM 




[oTnbjrdy, Counih.in. VC'clborn, Minor, Earle, Van Guilder 
Shumacht't. A/jnjg«T 



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WDMENS ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

Doris Holmes President 

"Footsie Ei.ki ns Vke~Prmdtnt 

Audrey Guthrie . , Secretary 

Rr.rrv Russell Treasurer 

GiEQ Pin mx - Inlra-murtit Spurts Manager 

Grace Biviks Surtjeunt-nt-lrms 

Dot Press ell Reporter 

Lucille Johnson . Reporter 




Roll 



Mildred Allen 
Jesse Bajtv 
Harriet Berry 
GRACE Bivins 

Jewel Campbell 
TooTSIe Elkcns 
Helen Gibson 
Ruth Guyer 
audrey guthhie 
Doris Holmes 
Virginia Hunt 
Lucille Johnson 
Anne Kjtchins 
I_ji.lv Mae Moore 



Ryrdclle Nicholas 
Cleo Pin nix 
Gerry Rash 
Rachel Spa in hour 
Cleo Tbm^leton 
Lucy Neal Thayer 
Mary Alice Thayer 

Gh ARi. OTTE VAR N E H 

Mary Andrews 
Annihfl Bingham 
Helen Brown 
Winifred Burton 
Ei. ma Chamrliss 
Geneva Crowdfr 



Evelyn Davis 
Evelyn EvaNS 
Roth Griffith 
Martha G, Mickey 
Belle Moore 
Zelma Parnell 
Dot Presnsll 
Betty Russell 
Mary Smith 
Marie Thayer 
Mast Townsend 
Mabel Wari k t, 
Jtri.e Warren 
Nina Wni emu u 



MISS PRISCI1.LA DEAN 

Caroline York 
Helen Crowds* 
Wanoa Harvim. 
Grace Mc Ka ugh n 
Sara Ohem 
Doris Poin dexter 
Helen Scott 
Iris Thackeh 
Ronda Sebastian 

PATSV SlFFORQ 
Aua Oliver 
Src Woodruff 
Francis PurNfctTT 



In furthering W. A* A., by sponsoring a program of athletics to men the need of all girls, 
three new activities were added this year; hockey, bowling and archery. Other sports Included 
basketball, volley ball, Softball, ping-pong, badminton, and tennis. 

Intra -mural tournaments determined the class champions, and cups were awarded the cham- 
pions in badminton, archery, and tennis. Wholesome recreation was enjoyed by all in the campus 
square dances, featuring Fish Worley and his iroupe from TJ. N. C. At the annual spring banquet, 
letters were awarded the deserving girls. 




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WQMANS HALL 



COLLEGE 
MARSHALS 





Jerome Coumhak 






Chief 




Harriet Berry 


Banks Chilton 


Grace Bivike 


Ireue Parker 


Frank Fernandez 


Iris Tjiacker 


Frank Harris 




Russell Huciies 




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Courtesy Manning Sludio 



Selected by Cecil B. DeMille of Hollywood as 
MISS HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




SPONSOR SENIOR CLASS 



SPDNSOH JLINIOH CLASS 




Court«y Manning Studio 



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MOST INTELLECTUAL 


HELEN CROWDER 


LUCILLE CRAVEN 


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JACK LEE 






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MOST ORIGINAL 

CLEO IEMPLETON 
MARSE GRANT 



BEST LOOKING 

ALICE CHANDLER 
C. A. WATTS 



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HELEN CROWDER 
BURKE KOONTZ 



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BEITY SECHREST 
BOB SNIDER 



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LUCILLE JOHN50N 
JACK MORAN 



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M/\Y HAY FESTIVITIES, 11140 





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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" 




Compliments 
of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 



Jlarllee's 



High Point's Quality Department 
Store 



Compliments 
of 

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



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Compliments of 



HIATT TIRE CO. 



Try O & C Frosted Fruits and Vegetables 
and Atlantic Quick Frozen Fish 

W. I. ANDERSON & CO. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 

Hhtdate 



DAIRY"** 



'It's Our Pleasure to Serve You" 



WEST LEXINGTON AVE. 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



BURRUS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

AND 

BURRUS CLINIC 



Compliments of 

SLANE HOSIERY MILLS 



TRAVEL BY BUS 

AND 

SAVE THE DIFFERENCE 



GREENSBORO-FAYETTEVILLE 
BUS LINE, INC. 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 

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DRINK 



M$% 




IN BOTTLES 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

OF HIGH POINT 



BEESON HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

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"Your Sporting Goods 
Headquarters" 



SARTIN DRY CLEANING CO. 


Dial 4501 


1670-76 Eng. St. 




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DUTCH 


LAUNDRY, INC. 


Dial 3319 


829-33 S. Main St. 



Without Printing Modern Education 
Would Be Impossible 



HALL PRINTING COMPANY 



PHONE 238S 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 
THEATRES 

• CENTER 

• BROADHURST 

• PARAMOUNT 

• CAROLINA 

• RIALTO 



GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

DIAL 4085 
MAIN AT WASHINGTON ST. 

"The Best in Flowers" 



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DRINK 

ORANGE-CRUSH 

CARBONATED BEVERAGE 

ORANGE-CRUSH BOTTLING CO. 

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



Lewis & Holmes Motor Freight 

CORPORATION 

HIGH POINT, N. C. ATLANTA, GA. 

Service Through the Southeastern States 

High Point Office Phone 4503 



Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

"Noted for Good Food" 
W. G. MALONE, Manager 



Compliments of 

PRINCESS CAFE 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 



1215 WARD ST. 



PHONE 4006 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 



BERRY COAL COMPANY 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Quality Coal, Coke, Fuel Oil and 
Combustioneer Stoker 



Compliments of 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 



GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO. 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY 
COMPANY 



Phone 4507 



512 W. Broad St. 



CUT RATE FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

615-616 East Green St. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. Phone 2879 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING 
COMPANY 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

Incorporated 
PHONE 4545 



Compliments of 

KING COTTON HOTEL 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CHARLES STORE 

STYLE MERCHANDISE 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 

6 Barbers to Serve You 
300 N. MAIN STREET 



Compliments of 



PEGGY ANN SHOPPE 







STUDENTS 










Welcome to Gibson's 




781 


N. 


Main 

104 N. Main 


329 N. 


Main 



LYLES CHEVROLET CO. 


INC. 


CHEVROLET 

Sales 

Cars — Trucks 


Service 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 





HIGH POINT PAPER BOX 
COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

The Store of Better Home Furnishings 
243 S. MAIN STREET 



Compliments of 

J. C. PENNY COMPANY 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 

A FRIENDLY BUSINESS 



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Thrift Is Essential for Intelligent Citizenship 

HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 

SERVING SINCE 1905 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

Books — School Supplies — Refreshments 
OFFICIAL COLLEGE RINGS AND JEWELRY 



J. 


W. SECHREST AND SON 




Since 1897 




AMBULANCE SERVICE 




Dial 3349 



HIGH POINT STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Dry Cleaners and Dyers 
PHONE 3325 



FOR IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 

Champagne, Wine, Beer, Ale 
Potato Chips 



Always Fresh 



Fried Daily 



PAUL YOUNT'S PACKAGE 
STORE 



790 N. Main St. 



Phone 2661 



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DUKE POWER COMPANY 



Gas, Power, Transportation 



233 S. MAIN PHONE 2700 



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, 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. 



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QUALITY WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, 
CLOCKS, GIFTS, LUGGAGE 



WAGGER JEWELRY COMPANY 



ELWOOD HOTEL CORNER 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



CARRICK 
SERVICE STATION 

North Main at Montlieu 

"Our Service Is Sincere" 



ELLIOTT FLORAL CO. 

FLOWERS FOR ALL 
OCCASIONS 



Sheraton Hotel Bldg. 



Phone 7586 



N. L GARNER, AGENCY 

EVERY WAY 
VERY DAY 

226 Professional Bldg. Phone 4648 

OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



PERFECT 
PROTECTION 
AYS 



MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORE 



High Point, N. C. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Thomasville, N. C. 



Kannapolis, N. C. 

Reidsville, N. C. 

Burlington, N. C. 



CLOVER 
BRAND DAIRIES 

Incorporated 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 4553 
MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SMITH'S STUDIO 

ABOVE WOOLWORTH 



MAIN MOTORS 

Incorporated 

BUICK MOTOR CARS 

900 N. Main St. High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

A FRIEND 



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