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In our hearts we hold the mem'ry 
Df a place we love the best; 
O'er it waves the purple banner, 
timhlem of its fearlessness. 

Chorus 
We praise thy name and honor true, 
They stand for loyalty and love ; 
May yoors 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, 
Memories 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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COLLEGE 



FEATURES 




Dear Fellow Students . . . 

Herein find our year's collection of fun, 
friendships, and love, even smattering evidences 
Df knowledge. Keep them, or the bits you like, 
and thru the years, refer to them for proof of 
our year's happiness. In behalf of the staff, we 
want you to know that we enjoyed assembling 
the important notes of our symphony, the year 



of harmonious and joyful experiences at Hl'C. 
From our hearts we hope you like your year- 
hook, your approval being the only reward that 
could repay us. Here is our dedication of love, 
loyalty, and faith in our Alma Mater. A hearty 
toast to the dear institution which the ZENITH 
portrays and represents, and long may she live! 

Iris and Uarrell 



R G A IV I Z A T 1 IV S 



ATHLETICS 



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le staffs of the Zenith take pleasure in 
dedicating the volume uf 1942 to 



iSs ^ I Miitf ^^rank ^ I luimc krc 



A man who illustrates in his own successful career as 
manufacturer and citizen every high standard for suc- 
cess held as an ideal hefure youth; one who has main- 
tained thruughuul his entire career an unfailing interest 
in the development of young peuple in everything that 
makes for a well-rounded life, physically, mentally, and 
morally; so modest and unassuming that the world knows 
little of his contributions for the material and spiritual 
betterment of mankind; a successful business man, a 
zealous Christian gentleman, an all-out American citizen, 
and a benefactor of his fellowman. 




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... of scenic memories like this, of those who 
make the campus home, of appreciation to the 
faculty, of the seniors who're "stepping out," of 
the inside things that linger longest . . . 



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



BOARD 

DF 

THUSTEES 



II. A. Mii.i. is President 

N. M. Harrison Secretary-Treasurer 



J. D. Williams, D.D. 

J. M. MlI.I.IKAN 

J. Norman Wills 
F. Logan- Porter 
Mrs. C. F. Finch 
Rev. J. C. Auman 



II. A. Mii.i.is 

<;. II. Kearns 

B. K. Mm.im.w 

Harm-si W. I i m.ii: 

Rev. N. M. Harrison 

J. S. Picket 

s. w. Taylor, D.D. 



L. F. Ross 
Mrs. M. J. Wrenn 
W. A. Lambeth, D.D. 
J. E. Pritchard, D.D. 
Charles W. McCrarv 
IT. F. Hunsucker 








R Howard Gunn. Bursar: Alice Paige White. Acting Librarian: C R. Himhaw. Director of Instruction, Summer 

St-hool and Extension; Mrs. Mabel T. Milhkan, Social Director Woman'* Hall; N. P. Yarbnrough, Registrar; 

I 1 iitillf Johnston Setreur* to President and Assistant Bursar. 

OFFICERS DF AD M I IV I S T R AT I D I 

Allen Austen. Graduate Manager of Athletics: Mr*. C L. VPhitakcr, Work Supervisor; Mabel Warlicfc. Field Rep 

tesentacive of College; Feme Kinj;, Dietitian; Verel Ward, Office Secretary; Percy E. Lindley, Dean of Student*: 

Mrs Lillian M. Gn-.n. Hou%»- Mother McCuUoch Hall; N M. Harrison, Promotional Secretary. 




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SCIENCE 



Mourane, Conner, Johnson. Hill. Cummings 



J. Barley Mourane . . B.s., M.S. 

Ptoftsioi "i Chemistry and Physiet 

Ei izABETH ll. Conner . . . b.s., m.a 

In-tiu.t-r .if Biology 

Ada B. JOHNSON . . U.S., M.S., M..V 

Profenm of Hami Economic. 

Hi kj ww II. Hill M.S.. Pn.D. 

Pw/' / B">'«« 

EOMUS'O (). CUMM1NCS U.S.. PH.D. 

Pro/« / Chtmnlrj 



Blickciudoftr, Flciuhnunn. Fields. VC'hillock 



MUSIC AND ARTS 

Olin R. Buckensderfer A.B. 

Director of Hand and InSttMCtoi >•/ mUlit 



Margaret W. Fleischmann . , . A.B. 

Instructor of Dramatic 



Ernestine Fields . B.Mus., B.S., M.Mus. 

Instructor in Munc 



Vera E. Whitlock B.Mus.. A.B., M.Mus. 

Head of Mutic Department 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

James R. McCachren A.B. 

Assistant Director Phyiu.il Education 

Frances Chapman B.S. 

Director Physical Education l<" Women 



E. C. Glasgow 

Attntanl Football Coaeh 



A.B. 



Vixoil C. Vow A.B. 

Director Phyncot Education h" Men 




McCachrrn, Chapman, Glasgow. Yow 



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ACADEMICS 

Percy K. Lindley . . . A.M., Lrrr.D. 

Profetior of Religiout Education 

Helen R. Bartlbit . . . A.M., Ph.D. 

Itsociate Professor of Miliary and Social Science 

A. c, Lovelace A.B., M.En. 

Associate Professor of Education 

(i M FORD R- HlNSHAW, M.A., A.M., LlTT.'D. 
Professor - 1 / Education and Psychology 

I'm i S. Ken sett .... B.D., I.I .1). 

Profenor of History 



BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



Louise Adams A.B., A.M. 

Instructor m Maihemjtict 

Alda r. Berry A.B.. M.A. 

Instructor Businesi Administration 

I'm i s. Owen B.S., M.H.A. 

tnuiuctoi Buuncii Administration 

K. Howard Gunk \.H. 

Inst rut toi Businesi Administration 

E. BartOM Dulac .... B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Instructor Hunncn Adminnti.tnun 



Lindley, Haitian 
Lovelace, Hinshaw, Kennvci 

Adams, Retry, Owen*. Gunn. DullC 



LANGUAGES 

E. Vera tool A3., A.M. 

Pioleito, 0/ Eneluh 



i . ( . < .1 wnow 

Initrattoi in t »>'< •' 



A.li. 



Alice Paice White . A.li., A.M. 

ProfeSIOI ••! Creek and Latin 

I. HOBAKI Al l RED . . A.U.. A.M. 

Ptoft uiii >•! Modi r« / lift | ■ 

N WH VMEI P. , i IRB0R01 GH A.K.. A.M. 
itroeiatt Professor ••) Modern Language! 




Idol. Glasgow. White, Allrcd. Ynrborough 




CLASS 




Hughes. Guthrie. I ewis. Berry 

OFFICERS 

Elvin Lewis President 

Russell Hughes Vice-President 

Audrey Guthrie Secretary 

Harriet Berry Treasurer 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



William Darrell Allred 

AKCllDAI.Ii. S'. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Delia Alpha Epiilon 

Day Student Council, 3; Pan-Hellenic, 4; 

Who's Who, 4; Zenith, 3, 4, Business Man- 
ager, 4; Senior Superlative. 



Robert M. Andrews 

rw •- row, n. j. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; //;-/'<;, 1 ; 1. R. C, 2, 3; 

Treasurer, 2. 3; Akrothinian Literarj So- 
ciety, 1, a, 3, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3; 
Christian Endeavor, 1, J. 



William Lester Ballard 

MONROE, \. C. 

\.li. 

Soccer, Manager, 4; Football, 4. 



Grace Bivins 

hillsboro, n. g. 

B.S. in Music 

T/ieta Phi 

1. R. C, 1, Secretary, 1 ; W. A, A., 1, 2, 3, 
4, Treasurer, 2; Cheerleader, j : Class Sec- 
retary, 2, Treasurer, 3; A Capella Choir, 

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

Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Marshal, 3: 

Student Government, 4, Secretary, 4; Music 

Medal, 3; 1'an-llelleiiic, 4, Secretary, 4; 

Who's Who, 4; Senior Superlative. 



Louis Arthur Bopp 

bkonx, n. v. 

AM. 

New York I Hi vei sit> . 1, 2; Akioihinian 

Literary Society, 3. 



Harriett Elizabeth Berry 

HIGH POtS I', X. c. 

A.B. 
Thtla Phi 

Artemesian Literarj Society- 1, 2, 3, 4, 
President, 4; Footlighters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary, 4; W. A. A.. 1, 2, 3, 4; A Capella 
Clmir, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Student 
(iovernmetit, 2; College Marshal, 3; Honor 

Roll, 3; Class Treasurer, 4; Who's Who, 4. 



Stanton L. Blaylock 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 

li.s. i„ Business Administration 
Pfeiffer, 1. 2. 



Gladys Charlie Brooks 

Mi: I ARI.AS, V C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Montreal Junior College, 1, 2; Nikanthan 
Literary Society, 3, 4, Program Committee, 

3, President, 4; Modern Priscilla Club, 3, 

4, Treasurer, 4; Future Teachers, 4; Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 5, 4, Program Committee, 

3. 4- 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Jewell Campbell 
high point, n. c, 

A.B. 
.11 pha Theta /'.-/' 

Nil. i nth. i ii Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4; \V. 

A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 4; l)a\ 

Student Council) 4. 



Elma Wood Chambliss 

ikipi.kit, va. 

A.B. 

Madison College, 1; Nikanthan Literarj So- 
ciety, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C, 2: W. A. A.. 2; 

Honor Roll, 3; Future Teachers 4- 



Mattie Ruth Coble 

high POINT, N. c, 

A.B. 

///>/;</ Theta Psi 

W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Nikanthan, 2, 3, 4. 



Millard Lee Coble 
high point, n. c. 

A.B. 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer, 1, 2, 
Coach, 3; Baseball 2; Track, 2. 



;. 4. 



James Banks Chilton 

high point, n. c. 

A.B, 

A Capella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Quartet, 
2; Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- 
porter, 2, Vice-President, 4; B, S. ('.. 1. 2, 

3, 4; Future Teachers, 3, 4; College Marshal, 
3; ZENITH, 4; Day Student Council, 4, 
President, 4; Who's Who, 4; Religious Coun- 
cil, 4. 



Jerome Edward Counihan 

I ki EPORT, I.. I. 

A.B. 
Iota Tuu Kappa 

Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2; 
Basketball, >, 2, 3, 4 Captain, 4; Dormitory 

Council. 2, President. 4; Vice-President, 
Student Body, 3; College Chief Marshal, 3; 
Footlighters, 3, 4, President. 4; Who's Who, 
4; Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3; 
Senior Superlative. 



Ralph Warren Cox 

high point, n'. g. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Zenith Business Staff, 4; Basketball, 4. 



RoB^ Clyde Clodfelter 

\V U 1.BIRC, N. C. 
U.S. in Business Administration 

Honoi Roll, 1. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



John Herman Davis 

thomasv1lle, x. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Ili-I'n Staff, i, 2, 4, Circulation Manager, 
2, 4; Track, i, 3; Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 
2; Thalean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 3; 
Block "H," 4. 



Willie Madora Edwards 
high point, n. c. 

A.B. 
Alpha Theia Psi 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mon- 
itor, 2; Hi-Pa, 2, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers, 4. 



Florence Louise Elkins 

liberty, x. c. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

T/iela Plii 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; \V. 

A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Serge.int-at-Arins, 2, Vice- 
President, 3, President, 4; Student Govern- 
ment, 4, Treasurer, 4; Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, 
Chief, 4; Tennis Award, 1; Senior Super- 
lative. 



Henry Aaron Ferree 

high POINT, ». c. 

P re-Medical 

Pre-Medicil Club, i, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Dental 
Cluh, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Banks Evans 
1 1 kincton, x. c. 

A.B. 
I ola Tun Kapfia 

Junior Basketball, 1; Honor Roll, 3, 4; 
Soccer, 4. 



Frank Louis Fernandez 

clarksburg, w. va. 

B.S. ill Business Administration 

Epiilon Eta Phi 

Football, i, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4; Baseball, 1, 
2, 3; Dormitory Council, 3, Vice-President, 
;; BusiiH" Manager. Student Handbook, 3; 
College Marshal, 3; Block '11." 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pan-Hellenic, 4; Student Council, 4; Presi- 
dent, Student Bod\, 4; Who's Who, 4. 



Alma Oneta Fitzgerald 
harris, x. c. 

A.B. 

Pfeiffer Junior College, 1, 2; Honor Roll, 
5, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 3, 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers, 4; Zenith, 4. 



Howard K. Garmon 

HIGH POINT, S. C. 

A.B. 
Basketball, 1 ; Soccer, 1,2, 5, 4, Captain, 3, 

4; Pre-Medical, 1, 2, 3; Block "H," 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader, 3; Footlighters, 3, 4. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Hazel Vernoy Gibson 

marion n. c. 

B.S. in Home Economic!! 

Pfciffer Juaiot College, i, 2; Nikauthan Lit- 
erary Society, 3, 4; Modern Priscilla CI11I1, 
5. 4- 



Ruth Good 

IIIOMASVll .I.E. \. C. 

A.B. 
.////;,i Tlieta Psi 

Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Artemesian Literary 

Society, 2; lii-l'n, 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers, 

4; Zenith, 4; Senior Superlative. 



Edgar Monroe Greeson, Jr. 

creensboro, b, c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Epiihm Ela Phi 

Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, i, 2, 3, 4; 

Basketball, 1; Dormitory Council, 3; Block 

"II," 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club, 4. 



Walter Bryan Gregory 

AN(7IER, n. c, 

A.B. 

Ministerial Association, 1, ;, ;, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer, 4. 



Audrey Guthrie 

GRAHAM, ». C. 

a.i;. 

Theta Phi 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chaplain, 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 
3, 4; Basketball Award, 2; Class Secretary, 
3, 4; Fnotlighters, 3, 4; A Capella Choir, 2; 
Square Dance Club, 4. 



John M. Hamm 

TOBACCflVILI.F, .V. C. 
A.B. 

Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 5, Chap- 
lain, 2, Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Ministerial 
Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 3, Chaplain, 
4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Ili-Pu, i, 2, 3, 4, Ad- 
vertising Manager, 1, Business Manager, 2, ;. 



Parker Holmes Hager 
concord, n. c, 

A.n. 

Brevard, 1, 2; Ministerial Association, 3, 4, 
President, 4; Christian Endeavor, 3, 4; Re- 
ligious Council, 4. 



Frank Harris 
carr0llt0n, oa. 

A.B. 

Class President, 1; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
I. R. C, 1, 2; Akrothinian Literary Society, 

1, 2, 3, President, 3; Christian Endeavor, >, 

2, 3, 4, President, 4; College Marshal, 3; 
Lighted Lamp, 3, 4; 1'orensic Council. ;; 

Future Teachers, 3, 4; Who's Who, 4; 

Senior Superlative. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Robert B. Hicks 

HIGH POINT, X. L. 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Engineering Club, i, 2, 3, 4. 



Vivian Gebaldine Hoots 

w1xst0n-sai im, x. c. 

A.B. 

Appalachian, 1, 2, 3; Christian Endeavor, 4; 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 4; W. A. A., 4; 
Future Teachers, 4. 



Romie Russell Hughes 

spexcek. w, v a. 

U.S. iii Business Administration 

Drlla Alpha Epsilon 

Hand, 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Vice-President, 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment, 3; Marshal, 3; Senior Superlative. 



Gladys Virginia Hunt 

gretna, va. 

U.S. in Home Economics 

Sin inn I! /'/in I' hi 

Dormitory Council, t, 3, 4; Head Proctor, 

3, 4; Class lii.iMirir, 2; W. A. A., i, 2. 

3, 4; Nikanthan Literarj Society, 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Monitor, :; Modern Priscilla Club, 1, 2, 3, 

4, President, 4; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3. 
4; I. R. C, 2; Forensic Council, 2; Pan- 
Hellenic, 4; Who's Who, 4; Honor Roll, 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



Jesse Paris Julian 

i raxki.invii.i.e, s'. c. 

B.S. in Science 

Brevard, 1, 2. 



John Wilbur Keene 
four oaks, x. c. 

U.S. in Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta I'hi 

Basketball, t, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 4, 5; 
Akrothinian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Block "II." 2 3, 4, 5; Dormitory Council, 4, 

President, 4. 



Charles Odell Kennerly. Jr. 

lexington, x. c. 

A.B. 

Brevard, 1, 2; Football Trainer, 4. 



Christine St. Clair Kiser 

keezi.etowx, va. 

ii.S. in Home Economics 

Aitciiic-ian Literary Society, 1, 2. 
Modern Priscilla, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Anne Ruth Kitchens 

pacaiit, s. c. 

A.H. 

Il/Jui Tin la Pit 

Artemcsian Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4 ; \V. 

A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; lli-Po Business Staff, 2; 

Future Teachers, 4. 



Winfred Lamar 
high point, x. c. 

U.S. in Chemical Engineering 

Epllon Eta Phi 
Engineers Club, r, 2, 3, 4; English Club, 2. 

3, Secretary, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2; Class 

Vice-President, 1. 



Hilda V. Lanier 

WELCOME. X. C, 

A.B. 

Appalachian Stale Teachers College, 1 ; W. 

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

Teachers, 4. 



Ralph Odell Lanier 

1 i:\l\r.m\. s, 1. 

A.B. 
Brevard, 1, 2. 



Edith Rebecca Leonard 

norwood, n, c. 

A.H. 

Pfeiffer Junior College, 1, 2; Nikanthan Lit- 
erary Society, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club, 4. 



Fred Elvin Lewis 

\\ INSTiiN-SAI EM, H, C. 
A.H. 

Iota Tail Kappa 

Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Coach, 4; Onrmiton 

Council, 3; Class Vice-President, 3; Class 

President, 4; Senior Superlative. 



Lawrence John Linneman 

newark, n. j. 

A.B. 

Debating Team, 4; Ministerial Association, 

3, 4; Akrotbinian Literary Society, 3; 

Thalcan Literary Society, 4. 



Marcel Charles Malfregeot 

clarksburg, w. va. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Basketball, 1, 2, 5, 4; Football, 1, 2, Man- 
ager, 3, 4; liaseball Manager, 1, 2, 3; Soccer 
Manager, 1, 2. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



James H. McCall 

HIGH POINT, \. C. 

U.S. iii Business Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Band, I, 2, 3, 4; AkrOthinian Litcrarv So- 
ciety, 1; Track, 2; Student Government, 4; 
Zenith Business Staff, 4. 



Grace McPherson 

snow camp. n. i. 

B.S. in Business Administratii'ii 

Finn College, 1, 2; Nikaiuhan Literary So- 
ciety, -„ 4- 



Ruth May 
thomasviu.e, n. c. 

A.B. 

Alpha Tlieta I'si 

Honor Roll, 1, 2, 5, 4; Artemesian Literary 

Society, 2, \; Ili-I'o. 3, 4; Future Teachers 4. 



Carolyn Nifong Motsinger 

wi.vsto.v-sai em, n'. c. 

A3. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 1 : Christian En- 
deavor. 1 ; Future Teachers, 4. 



James William Newlin 
graham, n. c. 

A.B. 

Guilford College, 1, 2, 5. 



Fred A. Mills 

ROANOKE KAPIIIS, N. C. 
B.S. in Busini's-. Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Block '"II," 4; Aviation Club, 4. 



Hilliard Nance 

rilOMASVII.I F, s. c. 
B.S. in Physical Education 

Basketball) t, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Blmk 'II,'' 2, 3, 4; Seninr Superlative. 



Irene Parker 

1 1 Kill POIN'I, n. c. 

A.B. 
.llpli/i Tilt la I'si 

Ili-I'o, i,2, 3, 4, Managing Editor, 2, Editor, 
;, 4; Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
I. K. C, 1, 2; Class Secretary, t; Studem 
Council, 3; College Marshal, 3; Lighted 
Lamp, 3, 4; Future Teachers Cluli, 3, 4, 

President, 4, Who's Who, 4; Square Dance 

Clull, 4; Senior Superlative. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Charles William Patterson 

1mlot mountain, n. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Bfsilon Eta Pin 

Basketball, i, 2, 3, 4; Akrothinian Literary 
Society, 1,2', I. R. C, 2; Dormitory Council, 
4; Band, 2, 5, 4; Block "H," 2, 3, 4; Avia- 
tion Club, 4. 



Marjorie Julian Putnam 

shelby, v. c, 

A.B. 

Asheville College, 1, 2, 3; Modern Priscilla, 

4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 4; Senior 

Superlative. 



Henry Isley Ridenhour 

11 Mil K KM ICE, V. C. 

A. II. 

Brevard College, 1, 2; Akrothinian Literary 
Society, 3; Band, 3, 4; Footlighters, 3; Min- 
isterial Association, 3, 4; Zenith Business 
Staff, 3, 4- 



Fannie Louise Poe 

SU.KR cm - , s. c. 

A.B. 

\V. C. I". N. C, 1, 2; I. R. C, 3; Foot- 
lighters, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4; Nikanthan Lit- 
erary Society, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 4, 
Treasurer, 4; W. A. A., 4. 



Geraldine Madison Rash 

1 Mux GROVE, x. C. 

A.B. 
Sigma .llplm Phi 

Dormitory Student Council, 3, 4, Secretary, 
3, President, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 
1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3; 
A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Treas- 
urer, 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Christian En- 
deavor, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pianist, 2, 3, 4; Religious 
Council, ;, 4. Secretary- Treasurer, 4; Light- 
ed Lamp, 3, 4; Who's Who, 4; Honor Roll, 

1, 2, 3, 4; Footlighters, 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary, 

2, 3; I. R. C, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 2, 3; Future 

Teachers Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4 ; 
Senior Superlative. 



Theodore William Schumacher 

i.ii. II x's VII I M.I., N. V. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Iota Tau Knfifa 

I. R. C, 2 ; Ili-Po, 2 ; Tennis Manager, 2 ; 
Thalean Literary Society, 2, 3, President, 3; 
Dormitory Council, 3; Three Year Student. 



James Scotten 

thomasv'ii.i.e, n. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Engineers Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 
4; Band, 1, 2, 3. 



Francis Durham Scruggs 
men point, x. c. 
U.S. in Home Economics 
Alpha Thela Psi 
Arteniesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Mod- 
ern Priscilla Club, i, 2, 3, 4; Zenith, 4; 

A Capella Choir, 4. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



Clayton S. Sechler 

KAN'NAPni.IS, N. C. 
B.S. 

Engineers Club, i, 2, 3, 4. 



Emmanuel Seife 

brooklyn, x. y. 

A.B. in Science 

Ili-Po, 3, 4. 



Joe E. Sheets 

iiixtox, iv. VA. 

B.S. 

Delia Alpha Epsllon 

Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Akrothinian Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2; Ili-Po, 1, 2; Zenith Business 
Staff, 4. 



Mary Alderman Smith 

HICII POINT, b. c 

A.B. 

W. C. ('. N. C, 1 ; Aitemesian Literary 

Society, 2, 3, 4; I. K. C, 2; Ili-Po, 2; 

W. A. A., 2. 3, 4- 



Otis Dewey Smith 

advance, x. c. 

A.B. 

Pfciffer Junior College, 1, 1; Thalean Lit- 
erary Society, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Ministerial 
Association, 4. 



Ellis B. Sutton 

MOUNT OLIVE, N. C. 

A.B. 



Iris Thacker 

high point, x. c. 

A.B. 

Greensboro College, 1; I. R. C, 2; Arte- 
mesian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4; Ili-Po, 2, 
3; A Capella Choir, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer, 4; Zenith, 3. 4, Assistant Editor, 3. 
Editor, 4; College Marshal, 3; Who's Who, 
4; W. A. A., 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. 



Mary Alice Thayer 
high point, x. c. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Alpha T/ieta Psi 

University of Maryland, 1, 2; W. A. A., 
2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 3; Day Student Coun- 
cil, 3, 4, President, 4; Student Government, 
4; Social Committee, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; 

Senior Superlative. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



William Blaine Thompson 
winston-salem, x. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Delia Alpha Eptilon 

Brevard College, i, 2. 



Mary Margaret Townsend 

ci.akkiox, x. c. 

A.B. 

W. A. A., i, 2. 5, 4; I. R. C, i, 2; Future 
Teachers, j, 4; Nikanthan Literary Society, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ili-Po, 3, 4; ZENITH, 3, 4, Assist- 
ant Editor, 4; Honor Roll, i, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 

ligbters, 3, 4. 



Henry C. VanBylevelt 

NEW YORK, X. V. 

A.li. 

A Capella Choir, 1; I. R. C"., 1, 2; Inter- 
collegiate Falile Tennis, 2; Akrotliinian Lit- 
erary Society, 2, 3; Soccer Team, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball, 3, 4; Future Teachers, 4; Tennis 
Team, 4; Square Dance Club, 4. 



Charlotte Maurice Varner 

fort myers, ih. 

A.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, t, 2, 3, 4; \V. 

A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4; Foot- 

lighters, 1, 2, 3, 4; A Capella Choir, 1. 2, 

5, 4; Future Teachers, 4. 



David M. Weatherly 

BURLINGTON, X. C. 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering 

Engineers Cluh, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer, 1, 2, 5, 4. 



George C. Welborn 

THOMASVnXB, X. c. 
B.S. in Business Administration 

I), lla Alpha E^silon 
Basketball, 1, 2; Tennis, 2, 3, 4. 



William Howard West 

yai1kinviu.e, x. c. 

A.B. 

Mars Hill College, 1, 2. 



Harley Morrison Williams 

high POINT, x. c. 

A.B. 

Wofford College, 1, 2; Student Council, 4. 



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... to the Juniors, inspirators of "Sadie Hawkins Day," 
a class with fine school spirit and wonderful possibilities, 
we give way. . . . 



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CLASS 




■ 1 
Dfmmy. Gmsmin, Crowder, Henderson 

OFFICERS 

George Demmy President 

Billy Henderon Vice-President 

Geneva Crowder Secretary 

Arthur Griswald Treasurer 

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First Row 

Mary Lillian Andrews Asheboro, North Carolina 

Chester Bellamy Enfield, North Carolina 

Alvin Boles High Point, North Carolina 

Mary Lee Cantreli High- Point, North Carolina 

Second Row 

Douglas Case Erie, Pennsylvania 

Frances Chappeli High Point, North Carolina 

Emma Lee CRESS High Point, North Carolina 

Geneva Crovvder High Point, North Carolina 

Third Row 

Betty Cummins High Point. North Carolina 

George Daltin Lewisville, North Carolina 

Josephine Deal High Point, North Carolina 

George Demmy Erie, Pennsylvania 

Fourth Row 

Jimmie Edwards High Point, North Carolina 

Anna Ellison High Point, North Carolina 

Everett Faulkner Asheboro, North Carolina 

LeRoy Foster Melbourne, Florida 

Fifth Row 

Roland Garmon High Point, North Carolina 

Emery Gibson High Point, North Carolina 

Bill Gossard Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Rum Griffith . High Point, North Carolina 

Sixth Row 

Arthur Griswai.d High Point, North Carolina 

Willie Harrelson Cherrjville, North Carolina 

Emmett Hartnett Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Wanda Harvtli.e High Point, North Carolina 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



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First Row 

Harry Lee Hauser High T > )h ; llt N „ rll , Caro | ina 

Albert Hei.ler UVst NVvv v „ rfc N( . u Jersey 

Joseph Helmreich Hrn|is N(U . Vork 

Billy Henderson Saxapahaw, North Carolina 

Second Row 

MARV HOLTON High |>oi nt| N or ,h Carolina 

Alice Honbarrier Salisbury, North Carolina 

Jack Hours Spray, North Carolina 

Kathleen- Howard Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Third Row 

William Hutchins High Point, North Carolina 

Jesse Johnson Silcr City, North Carolina 

Bavne Keever High Point, North Carolina 

Robert Kirchcessner Jersey City, New Jersej 

Fourth Row 

J. Wade Koontz Hijjh Point, North Carolina 

James Lowder Cortclyou, Alabama 

John Lowder Mockvillc, North Carolina 

Sebastian Marin San Juan, Puerto Rieo 



Fifth Row 

Hazel Matthews Garland, North Carolina 

Martha Grev Mickey . . . . Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Henry Miner Bellemore, New York 

James McDuffie Candor, North Carolina 

Sixth Row 

Leo Pappas Brooklyn, New Vork 

Marie Parker Dobson, North Carolina 

Zelma Parnei.l High ''•'"". N '" t,h Carolina 

Joe Petack Erie, Pennsylvania 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



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First Row 

Doris Poindexter Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Dorothy Presheli Asheboro, North Carolina 

Pauline Roach Erlanger, North Carolina 

Fav Robertson Advance, North Carolina 

Second Ron 1 

Natalie Rosen High Point, North Carolina 

BETTY Russeli Flushing, New York 

Ronoa Sebastian' High Point, North Carolina 

Darrei.l Sechrest High Point, North Carolina 

Third Ron' 

Arnoi. Setzer Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Doris Setzer Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Dan Sides Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Louis Soscia Brooklyn, New York 

Fourth Row 

Sam Taylor High Point, North Carolina 

Ruth Thayer High Point, North Carolina 

Robert Truesdeli. High Point. North Carolina 

Rocer Tucker Lawsonville, North Carolina 

Fifth Row 

Georce VanGuilder Lynbrook, New York 

Howard Veach Tbomasville, North Carolina 

Lawrence Walker Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Iui.e Warren ..... - Burlington, North Carolina 

Sixth Row 

Francis Washburn Lexington, North Carolina 

Bill Welborne Trinity, North Carolina 

Nina Whitaker Enfield, North Carolina 

Robert Williams Rockv Mounl - Norlh Carolina 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



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III inn WYNNE Williamston, North Carolina 



CAROLINE Vork High Point, North Carolina 



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THE JUNIDR CLASS 



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JlNIfln JAMS 



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... to the Sophs, who aren't as green as they once were, 
and to the Frosh who will soon be Sophs. . . . 



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Maxwell. Siiiobd, Gorman, Liptak 

OFFICERS 

Hardy L. Maxwell PreWe "' 

Henry L.ptak Vicc-Prcsiden, 

„ r Treasurer 

Bill Gorman 

Patsy Sifford 



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SDPHDMDHE CLASS 



Mil DKEO A I I EN 

Jessie Baity 
Connie Bai i>w in 
Frances Bingham 
Doris f -i i ndi 
Helen Campbell 
Marguerite Campbell 
Eloise Cecil 
Nan (i ait 
Frances < 'unarm 
F-i.i.a Stuart Cox 
Kaiherim- Ckwmikii 
W'ii M \ I'uuni 
I i i \ Nell Fletcher 
Martha Hamm 



Nil I II ARI MAN 

Clark i Hooves 
Helen Horn 
Raciiei Hini 
Mn iikhi Jokes 

El ELVJf Kearns 

jAuji eline Kennedy 
Fi \ Kinsi \ 
Doris Kookcc 

|ii\n K'isiiEKf.' 
Bonnie Lewis 
\Ii ii l.i 1/ 
Barbara Mathews 
Lillie May Moore 
Grace McKai ghn 



Ada Oliver 
Hazel Paschal 
Nell Price 
Judy Primm 
Ramona Redman 
Ariana Roberts 
DoKREE SETZER 

Patsy Sifford 
Ii ii Smith 
Marie Snider 
Claudia Strange 
Gek'I Th acker 
Annie Mai Wacom er 
Ethel Wall 
MaRI Warren 



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Sue Woodruff 
Dorothi Lee Usher 
Jams Usher 
Jack Astreli.a 
M. C. Almas 

Vernon Bodekheimer 
Francis Bowen 
DOUCI AS Case 
l-i <.i \i: CONNEI i \ 

Talmaoge Cole 
Kenneth Crouse 
Kent Dennis 
Charles Edwards 
ci ii i<>\ Evans 

IipMNM Elliott 



James Fi.sk 
Stanley Freedman 
Ravmon Freeman 
Francis Fletcher 

III i. II GOERNER 

W'll I.IAM ' H'lM \S 

Edwin Heath 
i \mes heeler 
George Hichsmith 
Bii.i. Jarrei i 

( 'I l*DE JOHNSON 

I'kmi Kappelman 

RoBERI KlRCHOESSNER 

Joe i.kpkowski 

WAVNE LlNDLEV 

Row i.AMi \'. Long 
John Matthews 
II. L Maxh m i 
iiakhi n r.. Mendenhai i 
Duncan Monroe 



Gilmer M\ ers 
Harding McKinnei 
Russell Nixon 

Neece Osrorn 

Glenn Patki 
Kenneth Payne 
Joe Petack 
Joiiv Pfrr\ 
Albert D. Ridge 
William Robbins 
Robert Shipp 
Walter Sink 
Don Switek 
John Staslt.i.i 
Martin Spinelli 
Virgil Steely 
Dan Sides 
Zane I ikk Thompson 

Sin'.i 1 I NDERWOOD 
R w I'll VOW 



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UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



Mary Sue Briccs 

Ruth Cave 

Mrs. Eri.ene Perry 

William Fositer 



SPECIAL 

Ernest R. Anderson 
Francis Cooper 
Lee Davis 



Elmer Freeman 
Rodney Snow, Jr. 
Thomas Vanoerford 
E. S. Wei.born, Jr. 



Mrs. J. H. Ai.lred 

Mrs. Charloti e M. Amos 

Annie Louise Brown 

Mrs. Margaret Fi.f.ischmann 

Jesse Fraziex 

Emily Herring 

Sara Head 

Dorothy Hoskins 

Muriel Hilton 

Kathleen Hinsiiaw 

Nell Humphreys 

Clara Johnston 



MUSIC 

Margaret Kernodle 
Wili a Lewis 
Elizabeth Monroe 
Ruth Mendenhali. 
Geneva Morrison 
Alice Overman 
Mrs. Ernestine Strickland 
V'erna Williams 

M. WlI.LARI) 

Vera Whitlock 
Hazel Wright 



Eleanor Younts 
Jimmie Ali.red 
Kenneth Alien 

Ol.lN Bl.lCKENSDERFER 

Carl Cronstedt 
Thomas Dodamead 
Bobby Gale 
J. II. Hensley 
A ron Lowe 
Breck Richardson- 
Jack Slane 
Geddie Strickland, Jr. 



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BnAin , Anukkson, Pa»m-:r, Nelson. Nostb\ni> 

OFFICERS 

Bill Anderson President 

Betty Brady Vice-President 

George Nostrand Treasurer 

Velma Nelson Secretary 

Ruby Parker Historian 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



DOROI in Al I x \NDER 

Graci Alexander 
Edith Bah i v 
I\ioi;i\e Becker 
(I \KA Bragkett 

111 I I V ]>KAI>\ 

Iris Burton 

EvBl V\ ('A! HI I 

DOROTHV CHAMBERLAIN 

Lois Ciiamiii ki ais 

K Mill II \ (III I K 
I III IV Cl ARK 

Sally Clark 

M\m Aw I'M 
Anna Cooke 
Mary Coin 
Ruth Craven 
Kviliryn Cross 
Mi kii i: Dams 
Marios' DOGOI i i 
Frances Edwards 
Cari.ene Ellison 
Ma rca ret Ellison 
Beth Edelstein 



Esoi \ Fi owf.rs 

Frances I. .-in; 

I UCT FlTRI I I I 

M IRC is \ ( .1 KM OKO 

Edith Glided ei i 
Bette Gossaro 
Jeanne Grai i 

Ml I II \ Gregory 

Ik vnces Hamilton 
Garneti Hinshaw 
virginia iii dgins 
Ruth Hail 
Alice Incoi.d 
Nancy Isexhour 

FELCIA Jons- i" 

Nanci Jokes 
Jewell Kearns 
Constance Klein 
i ;i m Dean Knox 

D0R0T)l\ I.. K.OONTZ 

Marcuerite Koontz 
Lucii.e Lanier 
Dali.ie Liner 
Hi i rv Lowy 



Nae Nell Melton 

Helen Meredith 

Iks a Miller 

Agnes Missis 

Voncii E Missis 

Marcie Morgan 

J u anita Morgan 

Miriam McCai.I. 

V'elma Nelson 

Doris Newman 

Ethele Norton 

Anita Pace 

Ruby Parker 

Artie Belle Pirii.e 

Lessie Price 

Wanona Rash 

Lena Sale 

Myra Scott 

Lillian Self 

Dorothy Shui.i 

Betty Smith 

Doris Snyder 

Annie Frank Stockard 

Wincey Irene Strother 



Daisy Surratt 
Myra Taub 
Damaris Taussig 
Faye Thayer 
Frances Thicpen 
Marianna Trice 
Martha Varner 

Mimi W AGGER 
Mildred Waconer 
Florence Walker 
Ruby Wall 
Pauline Wari.ick 
Sarah Warren- 
Emily Waters 
Dorothy Way 
Elaine Welborn 
Betiy Welch 
Blanche White 
Iris White 
Sue Wiiiii 
Marie Williams 
Dorothy Williams 
Dapiiine Williamson 
Mary Jo Wilson 



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Daniel Allen 
James Auman 
William Anderson 
William Q. ANDERSON 
Homer Barrett 
William Beaver 
Nixon Bingham 
Oswald Blatt 
David Bouldwin 
Orin Bovi.es 
Wm. Franklin Boyles 
Charles Brown 
James L. Brown 
Paul Brown- 
Charles Buchanan 
Tom Beaslev 
William Craven 
Wayne Cagle 
Jack Cecil 
Stanton Cecil 
Henry Chiles 
Ollie Clark 
Hebron Coble 



Chari ES COPI E\ 
Wade Cochins 
Eugene Collbtte 
George Compton 
Billy Conner 
Maurice Couturier 
James Robert Daniels 
William Davis 
Richard DlTl LI 10 
Harold Dixon 
Alex Drakos 
Perry England 
James FLANAGAN 
James Fowler 
Donald FrbeM »*! 
Bill Ganii 
Richard Ginther 
William Hall 
George Harper 
James Harris 
Talmadce Hinkle 
Cj'eorce Humphreys 
Raleigh Hunt 



fOSEPH 111 RSEi 

robert hutcheks 

Carl Johnson 

I WHS Kenneri.y 

George Knight 
Edwin Knoblock 
Bii i La NCi i \ 
William Lacked 
Kelly Lawson 
Roy Lefler 
Robert Lilly 
Henry Linthicum 
Henri Lipiak 
Kurfr'i Lloyd 

ROBERl LUMSOEN 

Charles Mathbni 
Jesse Minnis 
Futrelle Moore 
Fleming Moran 
Robert McGinn 

Rl.lRER'1 McCAI.L 

Don m d McClurc 
Charles McMURRAT 
George Nostrand 
Chari es Noeli 
Guy Osborni 
John Peei i 
Garnett Pollock 



RobeR'i Porter 
William Price 
Ted Pappas 
Raymond Ruhr 

I \MI- ROSS 

w \i i br Smith 

I [OW MiD Smiu 

i i gene stai.ev 
Blanche Stamey 
Henry Stroud 
Francis Terry 
James Terry 
Alfred Toker 
Roger Tucker 
Robert Vauchan 
Raymond Vuncannon 
Lindsay Weaver 
Darrell Welborn 
Don Welborn 
Rl HI I i. WlLLIARD 

Eugene Wiley 
JOHN Wilson 
WoODROVt Wilson 
Herman Winfree 
Groyer Wood 
Jons York 

l.t I FUR |. VOW 



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Roland Garmon 
Zelma Parnell 
Dorothy Presnell 



Robert Williams 
Chief 

Betty Russell 

Darrell Sechrest 



Sam Taylor 
J i le Warren 
Elliott Wynne 



LL I 

MARSHAL 



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(/ Ht$s Vivcrivii^\ rruvit- 



SENIOR SPONSOR 



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JUNIOR SPONSOR 




MISS HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

Selected by Kay Kyser, our North Carolina Maestro 




(/VWm JC^tUleen Chech 



SOPHOMORE SPONSOR 



{/V\\s$ (yLj&Y&tUy grWcy&vfecv 



FRESHMAN SPONSOR 







THE BEST LOOKING 

MARJORIE PUTNAM 
ELVIN LEWIS 



THE MOST FRIENDLY 

JERRY RASH 
RUSSELL HUGHES 



THE MOST POPULAR 

GRACE BIVINS 
JERRY COUNIHAN 



THE MOST INTELLECTUAL 

IRENE PARKER 
FRANK HARRIS 



THE MOST ORIGINAL 

RUTH GOOD 
OARRELL ALLRED 



THE MOST VERSATILE 

GRACE BIVINS 
JERRY COUNIHAN 




THE BEST SPORTS 

MARY ALICE THAYER 
RUSSELL HUGHES 



THE MOST ATHLETIC 

"TOOTSIE" ELKINS 
HILLIARD NANCE 



SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




(/Vliss rMroziviu* if Vivifr 



MAY QUEEN 



MAY 
DAY 

1941 




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To The Colors!. 




... of December eighth, when the United States entered the world issue 
to defend her shores from attackers. . . . 

... to the boys who left school to give their all to their country. . . . 

... to the country we love, among whose hills and plains we have enjoyed 
freedom. . . . 

. . . and to that same cause of freedom for which we are fighting — we dedi- 
cate this page. . . . 



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STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




FRANK FERNANDEZ 
Pttudent Student Body 



Regular Monday night meetings mark tin- 
activities of this group of students. We 
picked them to make our laws, and, as 
always follows wherever there are laws 
to break, to inflict punishments. They were 
fine leaders and deserve the praise that is 
given them by membership in the Student 
Council. Frank Fernandez, handsome and 
capable, headed the school as president with 
the splendid helping hand of Jack Houts 
as vice-president. To them go the thanks 
of the entire student body for their inspiring 
leadership during the year. 

Two representatives from each class and 
the presidents of the dormitory and day 
student councils complete the roll call. In 
the fall, the Student Government sponsored 
a formal dinner and dance for the student 
body. Oh, what fun. ... In numerous 
other instances the members, individually 
and collectively, promote a better social life 
on the campus. 



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DORMITORY 
GOVERNMENT 



Gerry Rash 
Betty Russell 
Virginia lit m 
H ii Warren 
Patsy Sifford 



Jerome Couniiian 
Ted Schumacher 
Billy Patterson 
Henry Miner 
Billy Henderson 



DAY STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



Mary Alice Thayer 
Jewell Campbell 
Eloise Cecil 
Ruth Grifffth 
Kathryn Cross 



Banks Chilton 
Sam Taylor 
Don Switek 
Harley Williams 
Bill Hall 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



Pali. Owen . . . 
Grace Bivins 



Permanent Chairman 
, . . Secretary 



Alpha Theta Psi 

Ruth Goon 

Mrs. Ai.icr Paicf. White 



Representatives 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Frank FERNANDEZ 
Mr. J. H. MouRANf 



Sigma Alpha Phi 

VmcmiA Him 

Miss Mabel Warlick 



lain J'au Kappa 

Jerome Counihan 
Mr. A. (". Lovelace 



Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Darrell Ai.i.red 
Prof. J. II. Ai.i.red 



Theta Phi 

Crack Bivins 
Miss Louise Adams 



The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is the active supervision of all the activities ol the 
various social clubs on the campus. At regular meetings throughout the year they place special 
emphasis upon the promotion of better relationships among these ami a clarification of the rules 
under which they must operate. Paul Owen, the permanent chairman of the group from the 
faculty, has led the Pan-Hellenic Council in their mn-t successful and Useful of years. Their 
work included the study of the constitution of the Council in order that it might meet present 
needs and the promotion ol a spirit of friendliness and Cooperation BE well as the usual rivalry. 



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Roll 

Frances Chappbi.l 
Virginia Hunt 
Gerry k \mi 
Josephine Deal 
Caroline Vork 

Jackie KENNEDY 

Ramoka Redman 

Barbara Mai hews 
Patsy Sifkoru 
Betty Cummins 
Wanda Harvii i i 
Khmia Sebastian 
Kathleen Howard 
Bonnie Lewis 



SIGMA 
ALPHA PHI 



Honorary Members 

Mrs. P. E. Liniilev 
Miss Vera Idol 
Miss Verel Ward 



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Roll 
Jack Astrki.la 
Jerry counihak 
Banks Evans 
("i ifton Evans 
Raymond Freeman 
Elvin Lewis 
Louis Soscia 
Ted Schumacher 

Honorary Members 

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw 
Dr. P. K. Li.sdi.e\ 
(). A. Kirkm \\ 
A. C. Lovelace 



IOTA TAU 
KAPPA 





[73] 




Roll 




Harriet] Berry 
Grace Bivins 
Florence Elkins 
Anna Lee Ellison 
Audrey Guthrie 
Mary Iliums 
Zf.i.ma Parnei.l 
Doris PoiKDEXTER 
Dorothy Presni-i.i. 
Bei ry Russell 
Doris SetzeR 
Claudia Strange 
Dorothy Lee Usher 
Jit.e Warren- 
Nina Whitaker 



Honorary Members 



THETA PHI 



Miss LOUISE Adams 
Miss Priscii.la Dean 
Mrs. N. M. Harrison- 
Mrs. Glenn Muse 
Mrs. N. P. Varborougii 
Mrs. C. \'. Yow 



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Prank Fernandez 
Bill Keens 
Bill Patterson- 
Ed Greeson 
Fred Mills 
James Lowdbr 
Hardy Maxwell 
Alvin Boles 
Roland GARMON 
Darrell Securest 
C. A. Watts 



Honorary Members 

Jim McCACUREN 

Dr. Hill 

|. II. Mill K \M 

N. I'. Vakboroucii 



E P S I L D IV 
ETA PHI 





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Roll 

Jewell Campbei.i 
El (use Cecil 
Ruth Cobi.e 
Willie Edwards 
Ruth Good 
Ruth Griffith 
Ann Kitchens 
Doris Koonxe 
Ruth May 
Irene Parker 
Judy Primm 
Frances Scruggs 
Marie Snider 
.Mary Alice Thayer 
Ruth Thayer 



ALPHA 
THETA PSI 



Honorary Members 

Mrs. S. O. Peebles 
Mrs. Alice Page White 
Mrs. C, R Hinshaw 



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Roll 

DaRKKI.L Al.I.REIl 

Leroy Foster 
Bui. Gorman 
Bn.i. Henderson 
Russell Hughes 
Fred Kappei.mann 
Jimmy McCai.i. 
Russell Nixon- 
Joe Sheets 
Don Switek 
Sam Taylor 
Blaine Thompson 
Bob Truesdai.e 
GEORGE Wei.borne 

Bobbie Williams 
Elliott Wynne 



Honorary Members 

Mr. Oun Blickensoerfer 
Mr. E. C. Glasgow 
Mr. J. II. Ai.i.rei) 

Honorary Sweetheart 
Anna Kaskas 



DELTA ALPHA 
EPSILDN 





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MUSIC NDTES . 



Wadk Koontz 
Doris ECoONi t 
Zhlma Paknuii. 
Bii.i Gossaro 




Musical Magnets. 



The choir . . . beautiful and artistic 
... a group, singing in harmony . . . 
working in one spirit . . . knowing that 
complete satisfaction of body and soul 
when perfection is reached . . . yes, those 
moments of perfection are rare, but so 
rich. Miss Whitlock, little but mighty 
... a hearty hand to her ... we love 
her ... so devoted to her work . . . 
imbued with the power to create deep 
enthusiasm in the choir, or any other 
class or group she is leading. 

Chapel programs, radio broadcasts, 
presenting the "Messiah," the Easter 
Cantata . . . those were thrills we can't 
forget . . . those are the performances 
by which we are remembered and judged. 

We boasted a larger choir this year 
... an influx of new Freshman voices 



and new personalities for fun at re- 
hearsals. Sam was our President for the 
second year. He made things "click," 
too, as well as Wynne, the "wit"; Bivins, 
the "Fourth B"; and Varner, the oldest 
member of the organization. 

Favorite selections were "God So 
Loved the World," "Ballad For Ameri- 
cans." and the Negro Spirituals. Singing 
carols from the top of the Girls' Dormi- 
tory in antiphonal fashion with the Band 
in the tower was a novel and unforget- 
able experience of Yuletide joy. Other 
similar excursions and week-end trips con- 
summate the year's activities of the choir. 

Miss Whitlock was ably assisted in the 
music department this year by Miss 
Ernestine Fields, Mr. Blickensderfer, Mr. 
Riker. and Mrs. Emery. 



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CAPELLA CHOIR 




First Soprano 

Dorothy Alexander 

GRACE Al EX AMU K 

Frances Foster 
Bettv Gossard 
Zelma Parnei.i. 
Lena Sale 
Charlotte Varner 

Second Soprano 

Edith Bailey 
Harriet Berrv 
Marguerite Koontz 
Vei.ma Nelson 
Geraldi.se Rash 
Wanona Rash 
Gene Thacker 
Iris Thacker 

First Tenor 

Hanks Chilton 
Maurice Couturier 
Wade Koontz 

Second Tenor 

Luther Brown 
Euceke Connelly 
Sam Taylor 



First Alto 



Kathk\ n Cross 

Doris Koonce 
Doris Poimumik 
Trances Scruggs 

Hi hi V i ii.n Smi i ii 
Nina Wiiiiaker 



Second Alio 



Sam TAYLOR 

Pn .i,/. hi 

II VRRIE1 BERR\ 
I ict-Pitiittni 

litis I 'HACKER 

Betti Gossard 

Llbrjtun 



Grace Bivins 
Evelyn Caudi e 
Marion Dogi.i i i 
Doris SETZBR 
Annie May WAGONER 



First Bass 



William Gossard 
Jesse Johnson 
Bavne Keever 
Eugene Wiley 
Bobbie Williams 
Elliott Wynne 



Snout/ Suss 



Oi.in Blickensderfbr 

Charles Coffey 
Jack Holts 
W"a\ ne Lindley 




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D,um Major 

DOROTHY - AND GRACE ALEXANDER 
Tain Majotetltt 



MR. OLIN R. RLICKENSDERFER 
Cotwuttoi 



The High Point College Band lias shown splen- 
did development under the master hand of Mr. 
Olin Blickenderfer, better known to the student 
body as Blicky. A tribute 1 should also be paid to 
the faculty adviser of this organization, Dean 
I.indlcv, whose interest and keen appreciation of 
the line music his band has rendered is felt by 
each member of the band and the student hod\ as 
a whole. In the fall and winter seasons the band 
is very active following the sports program of the 
football anil basketball teams. On these occasions 
dressed in full uniform they present a colorful 
drama with the intricate drills and superb baton 
twirling of our drum major, Russell Hughes, and 
the prett\ twin majorettes, Dorothy and Grace 
Alexander. 

The band appeared on several chapel programs 
during the year and presented their annual concert 
at Christmas, of which Professor Franklin Riker, 
well-known music critic, has written: 

" I'lie lliyh Point College Band proved a sur- 
prisingly good organization and acquitted itself 
with distinction at its winter concert. I realized 
that there is an unusually gifted young conductor 
at High Point College, Olin R. Blickensderfer, who 
is on his way to his mark in this field. 

"lie has molded together a fine body of young 
musicians who perform with assurance, decision, 
and ability. There remains that evolution of deft- 
ness and unity which comes alone with long asso- 
ciation and practice, nevertheless I was always con- 
scious of a band well and keenly directed, whose 
response to the ever varying demands of expression, 
nuance, dynamics and rhythm, showed alertness, 
and in general a keenness and crispness of attack. 

"So we have a fine band growing up together 
which will ere long thrill us with its frank, clean- 
cut vital warmth — a band of fine boys and girls 
finely trained and finely expressive." 



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Ol.IN R. Blickensdbrfer 






Russell Huches 






Dorothy and 


Grace Alexander 


. Tvnn Majorities 


Clarinet 


Horn 


Trombone 


Claudia Strange 


Toe Sheets 


F.i.i ion Wynne 


Tom Beasley 


Hob Andrews 


James Damii - 


Constance Klein- 


Russell Nixon 


Dan Sides 


Edward Knicht 


Bob Ingram 


George Hichsmith 


Wayne Lindi.ey 




Oi.i.ie Clark 


Ciiari.es Brown 


Flute 




Percussion 


Bill GOSSARI) 

(Catherine Moose 


Oboe 

Charles Tabor 


Bobbie Williams 






Bob Truesdell 
David Bout.niN 


Cornet 


Bass 




Eugene CONNELU 


Charles Matiieny 


.11 to Saxophone 


Eugene Wiley 
Charles NOEl i 


String Bass 


JlMMie McCali. 


LeRoy Foster 




Russell Huches 


Enoi.a Sue Flowers 


Kelly LAWSON 


Ella Stuart Cox 


Harry Mauser 


Tympani 




Dick Smith 


Tenor Saxophone 




Sam Taylor 


Virgil Steely 
Dick GlNTHER 


Baritone 

John Wilson 


Glockenspiel 


John Lowder 


Bill Anderson 


Zelma Parnei.i 



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IRIS THACKEB, Edit™ 
DARRELL ALLRED. B»,m r » Malaga 



Business Staff 



DARRBLL AtXREO 
Joe Sheets 
[1mmie mccai.l 



Hon Trieshei I. 
LeRoi Foster 

Km imi Cox 



THE 
ZENITH 

• 

Editorial Staff 

Iris Tii acker 
MARY Town-send 
Dorothy Presnki.i. 
LUTHER Brown- 
Banks Chilton 
Oiari.es Coffey 
Ruth Good 
Robert Kirchcessner 
Poms Koonce 
Bonnie Lew is 
Ruth Thayer 
Louis Soscia 







THE COLLEGE ANNUAL 



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Business Staff 

Ralph You 
Beite Gossard 
James Auman 

Circulation 

Jons; Davis 
Charlie Noei.i. 
En Knobi.ock 

Sports 

Louis Soscia 
Oswald Blati 
Donald McClurG 



Editorial Staff 
Irene Parker Rubv Parker 

Ritii Griffith Oi.lie Clark 

Ruth Good Ruth Mai 

Mary Holton Bui Gorman 

Martha Cray Mickey |lt>i I'rimm 

Mary Townsend 

IRENE PARKER. Ediioi 
RALPH YOW, Bmineu Mmga 




THE 

HI-PO 

THE COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 



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THALEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Ted Schumacher President 

Hanks Chilton Vice-President 

Dewey Smith Secretary 

ELUOTT Wynne Treasurer 



Oswald Blatt 
Frank Boyles 
Luther Brown 
Henry Chii.es 
Banks Chilton 
Oi.lie Cl.ARK 

(ii utt.ES Coffey 
Maurice Couturier 
Kenneth Cruise 
John Davis 
James Daniels 
ii m Dixon 
Perry Enclanh 
Bill Gantt 



Ror.l. 

Bill Gorman- 
Bill Gossarii 
Brian I!rmj«i 
Bill Henderson 
Talmadce Hinkle 
Jesse Johnson 
Fred Kappei.mann 
Bob Kirchcessner 
Ed Knoblock 
Ray Lefi.er 
Wayne Lindley 
Lawrence Linneman 
Robert Lloyd 
Jerky Marin- 



Charles Matheny 
Dokai d McClurc 
Jack Minnis 
Russell Nixon- 
Charlie Noell 
Dewey Smith 
Richard Smith 
Sam Taylor 
Ted Schumacher 
Francis Terry 
James Terry 
Eugene Wiley 
G. C. Wood, Jr. 
Elliott Wynne 



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H I K A IV T H A I LITERARY SOCIETY 



Roll 



Dorothy Alexander 
Grace Alexander 
Mildred Allen 
Mary Andrews 
Edith Bailey 
Betty Brady 
Gladys Brooks 
Iris Burton 
Helen Campbell 
Jewell Campbell 
Mary Lee Cantrei.l 
Evelyn Caudle 
Eloise Cecil 
Dorothy Chamberlain 
Lois Chamberlain 
Elm a Chambi.iss 
Helen Clark 
Frances Clinard 
Ruth Coble 
Anna Mae Cook 
Ella Stuart Cox 
Ada Ruth Craven 
Josephine Deal 



Marian Doccett 
Frances Edwards 
Wii.ma Farabee 
Oneta Fitzgerald 
Ella Nell Fletcher 
Enola Sue Flowers 
Marcena Gerstunc 
Hazel Gibson 
Jean Graff 
Audrey Guthrie 
Martha Hamm 
Willie Harrei.son 
Garnett Hinshaw 
Vivian Hoots 
Clarice Hoover 
(Catherine Howard 
Ruth Hull 
Virginia Hunt 
Alice Incolo 
Nancy Isenhour 
Evelyn Kearns 
Ela Kinsey 
Constance Klein 



Dorothy Koonce 
Marcuerite Koonce 
Edith Leonard 
Dali.ie Liner 
Betty Low 
Grace MacPiierson 
Hazel Matthews 
Martha Grey Mickey 
Catherine Minnis 
Voncile Minnis 
Lii.i.ie Mae Moore 
Velma Nelson- 
Marie Parker 
Hazel Paschal 
Artie Pirtlb 
Fannie Poe 
Dorothy Presnell 
Nell Price 
Mar j orie Putnam 
Gerai.iiine Rash 
Wanona Rash 
Ramona Redm w 
AriANNA Roberts 



Lena Sale 
Lillian Sei.i 
Myra Scorr 
M \rie Snider 
Frankie Stock ard 
Claudia Strange 

DAMARIS I U -Ml. 

Mary Townsend 
Marianna Trice 
Dorothy Lee Usher 
Janis I'siier 
Charlotte Varker 
Annie Mae Waconer 
Mildred Waconer 
Florence W u dei 
Ethel Wall 
Ruby \\\i i 
Jmi Warren 
Sara Warren 
Louise Way 
Sue White 
Sue Woodruff 



Officers 

Gladys Brooks President 

Dorothy Presnell Vice-President 

Helen Campbeli Secretary 

Evelyn Kearns Treasurer 




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FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 

Officers 

Irene Parker • President 

Josephine Deai Vice-President 

Roth Griffith Secretary 

FANNIE Poe Treasurer 



Gladys Brooks 
Elm a Chambi iss 
Hank* ("mi ki\ 
John Davis 
\\"iii ik Edwards 
< >\h \ Fitzcerai n 
Kirn Good 



Roll 

Ruth Grikhiii 
Prank Harris 
1 1 n da Lanier 
Ma/f.i. Matiiii-u- 
Ruih May 
Grace McKauchak 
Irene Parker 



Fan me Poe 
Doris PoiKDSXTER 
Marc ie Pur nam 
GERRY Rash 
Iris Thacker 
Mary Townseko 
Hon Wll i iams 



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ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Harriett Berry President 

Doris Poindexter Pice-President 

Jacqueline Kennedy Secretary 

Anna Lee Ellison Treasurer 



Jessie Baity 
Harriet!' Berry 
Grace Bivins 
Frances Chappei.i. 
Nan Ci.app 
Mary Ann Coe 
[Catherine Crawford 
Kathryn Cross 
Geneva Crowder 
Betty Lou Cummins 
Willie Edwards 
Florence Elkins 
Anna Lee Ellison 
Frances Foster 
Ruth Griffith 
Nell Hartman 



Rom. 

Wanda Harvii.i.e 
Mary Holton 
Rachel Hi IJP1 
Jacqueline Kennedy 
Christine Kiser 
Anne Kitchens 
Betty Dean Knox 
Doris Koonce 
Bonnie Lewis 
Miriam McCali. 
Grace McKauchan 
Barbara Mathews 
Ruth Mai 
Mary Nell Mn TON 
Doris Newman 
Irene Parker 
Ruby Parker 



Zblma Par nell 
Doris Poindexter 
Judy Primm 
Frances Scruccs 
Ronda Sebastian 
donree setzer 
Doris Setzer 
Patsy Sifeord 
Doris Snyder 
Gene Tracker 
Iris Tiiacker 
Martha \"arner 
Elaine Welborn 
Bi 1 1 1 Welch 
Mary Jo Wilson 
Caroline York 



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MODERN 

PR I S C I L L A 

C L U H 



Officers 

Virginia Hunt . President 

BeTTI Russeli I'lte-President 

Jule WARREN Secretary 

Gladys Brooks Treasurer 



Frances Bingham 
Gladys Brooks 
Hazel Gibson 
Martha Hamm 
Clarice Hoover 
Kathleen Howard 



Roll 

Rachel Hunt 
Virginia Hunt 

El A KlNSEY 

Evelyn Kearns 
Christine Kiser 
Betty Lout 
Ada Oliver 



Marcie Putnam 
Artie Pirile 
Arianna Roberts 
Betty Russell 
Frances Scruggs 
Jui.e Warren 



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Putting into use the motto, "Learn to do 
by doing," the candidates tot a bachelor of 

science degree in Home Economics are re- 
quired to live in the practice house for six 
weeks during the last semester of their senior 
year. Here, working together, they apply all 
the principles they have learned in previous 
Classes since their entrance in college. This 
practice is required by the National Voca- 
tional Department in the Home Economics 
Program. 

Miss Ada Johnson, teacher and -uperviior, 
directs the girls at the practice house. 

The Home Economics House is located, 
for convenience, near the college at 909 West 
College Drive. This phase ol work brings 
new interests, new ideas, and new experi- 
ences into the Student's work; therefore prog- 
ress is made equal to the modern standards 
of home-making. 

In the spring these six girls move into the 
practice bouse: Frances Scruggs, tilatlys 
Brooks, Helen Gibson, Christine Kiser, Vir- 
ginia Hunt, Margie Putnam. There are 
many groans in the morning when the girl- 
are pulled nut of bed to prepare breakfast 
and dust like industrious housewives. The 
budget suffers a pinched existence as elab- 
orate dinners arc planned. O, yes, they have 

fun! Lots of formats and teas and knitting 

parties. And sometimes they invite the boy 
friends. 



HOME 

MANAGEMENT 
HOUSE 




MISS ADA JOHNSON 
SupetYtioi 




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RELIGIOUS 
COUNCIL 

Frank Harris 
President 

William West 
Vice-President 

Gerry Rash 
Secretary- Treasurer 



MINISTERIAL 
ASSOCIATION 

Parker Hager 
President 

Kenneth Crouse 
Vice-President 

Bryan Gregory 
Secretary 

Dr. P. E. LlNDLEY 

Faculty Advisor 




MEDICAL CLUB 

Rowland Lonc 
President 

Frances Chappei.i. 
Vice-President 

Henry Ferree 

Secretary 

Chari.es Kenneri.y 
Treasurer 



ENGINEERS CLUB 



Winifred Lamar 

President 
ROLAND GARMON 

Vice-President 

Robert Hicks 
Secretary 

Otis Scotten 

Treasurer 



FORENSIC COUNCIL 

Harriet Berry 
.Irlcmesiaii 

Ted Schumacher 
Thalean 

Gladys Brooks 
Nikanthan 



INTERCOLLEGIATE 
DEBATERS 

Mrs. Fleischmann 

Faculty Advisor 

Talmadce Hinki.e 

Roger Tucker 

Henry Chit.es 

Kenneth Crouse 

Lawrence Linneman 

Donald McClurg 





CHEERLEADERS 

Charlotte Varner 

Bill Gantt 

Tootsie Elkins 

Bii.lv Henderson 

Geneva Crowoer 



WHO'S WHO 

Darrell Allred 
Harriett Berry 

Grace Bivins 

Banks Chilton 

Jerry Counihan 

Frank Fernandez 

Frank Harris 
Russell Hughes 
Virginia Hunt 

Irene Parker 

Gerry Rash 

Iris Th acker 



BLOCK "H" CLUB 

John Davis 

Fred Mills 

Douglas Case 

Gabby Hartnett 

James Louder 

llii.i.iARD Nance 

Frank Fernandez 

Jerry Counihan 

Elvin Lewis 

Jack Hours 

George Demmv 

Bill Keene 
Bill Patterson 

Ed Greeso.n 
Cell Malfreceot 






LIGHTED LAMP 

Darrei.l Au.Red 

Harrirtt Kerry 

Frank Harris 

Virginia Hunt 

Martha Grey Mickey 

Irene Parker 

Dorothy Presneli. 

Gerai.dine Rash 



THE FOOTLIGHTERS 

Jerry Counihan 
President 

Harriett Berry 
Secretary 

Fannie Poe 
Treasurer 



SQUARE DANCE 
CLUB 

Henry Ridenhour 
President 



Gerry Rash 
Vice-President 

Nan Clapp 
Secretary- Treasurer 





. . . Here are recorded the failings and successes of 
our sports teams with an added reminder to read be- 
tween the lines for the yells of the student body and 
a splendid school spirit which backed the boys and 
girls in all their competitive sports adventures. 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The most evident function of the athletic council is their direct supervision over all athletic 
contests. The supervision of the ticket sales, the care of equipment, and the arrangement of 
trips for the varsities are hut a few of its varied tasks. They are responsible for the spirit of 
our teams as opposed to that of the other schools of our 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 programs. Recognizing the need for emphasis upon health 
education, they insist upon every physically fit student's participation in some phase of this pro- 
gram. Composed of coaches, faculty members, and students, the group i- completing another 
progressive year under the guidance of its chairman, Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. 





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RESUME OF THE SEASON 

When one has a winning team, there's a 
lot to be written ; but when one has a 
losing team, usually he has nothing to say. 
Well, we did have a losing team, but that 
doesn't mean that we have nothing to write 
about. That doesn't mean that there was 
nothing to cheer. That doesn't mean that our 
boys don't deserve any praise. By all means, 
our righting Panthers deserve plenty of roses 
and a few orchids thrown in. 

The boys traveled down to South Carolina 
to discover that Southern hospitality is ex- 
tinct there, as The Citadel ran over them 
47-0. Our boys, as well as being outclassed 
and outplayed, were outsized and outnum- 
bered. 

The next game put us against Lenoir 
Rhyne, and it also put luck against us as we 
lost our ace tackle, Bud Fletcher, because of a 
broken leg, and also the game. Our boys 
led at the half, but the lack of reserves held 
them back, therefore losing the game, 1+-7. 





CELL MALFREGEOT 
Manager 



SHIPP 

LEPKOWSKI 

VEACH 

CASE 



FLANAGAN 

BOLES 

FREEMAN 

DITULUO 



LIPTAK 
GREESON 

PETACK 
LOWDER 



WEAVER 

FLETCHER 

MAXWELL 

MILLS 



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The Panthers bounced back and took 
Emory and Henry in an exciting thriller. 
They overcame a 7-0 lead in the first half 
to score twenty points in the second half. 
Maxwell and Flanagan played beautiful ball 
throughout the game. 

Enlightened by this win, they went to 
Catawba, and there saw stars. The Indians 
crossed us in a 29-0 game. But our boys 
fought ! 

Roanoke's fast backfield just eked out a 
victory over us by scoring in the last minute 
of the ball game to a 12-6 outcome. 

W. C. T. C. pulled a surprise on us by 
scoring 12-0. Although we lost, ''Eve Joe" 
Pctack played beautiful defensive ball. 

Then came the game of the season ! Elon 
came, saw, and conquered. The score was 
47-0. Don't judge the game by the score, 
however. Our boys made those Christians 
sweat and grunt for every half inch. H. P. 
C. was really proud of our Panthers that 
night. 

Our second win came over Guilford, who, 
previous to that game, had not scored a 
touchdown. We beat them 26-0, keeping 
their slate clean. Lumsden and Petack 
plunged over for scores to lead the parade. 

Our last game and last loss was given to 
us by the Mountaineers of Appalachian 
State. This ended a rather disappointing, 
but fighting season. 

For next year's team, We can predict a 
better outcome. Losses will be Captain 
Frank Fernandez, Mills, and Greeson. This 

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Capljin 



leaves experienced and seasoned men with 
Frosh Lumsden and Weaver promising great 
things. Another loss which will be greatly 
felt is Art Griswald, who has really played 
good ball these past three years. He's a 
plaver who deserves a lot of tribute for his 
gallantry on the field. We can't forget 
Fernandez, whose cleverness furnished many 
brilliant plays throughout his four years of 
ball, although he was often handicapped by 
injuries. 

Speaking for Coach Jim McCachren, who 
Iveld his first year as football coach, we know 
that, with the new talent plus the experienced 
men, H. P. C. will have a better year to 

come. 



FOOTBALL RESULTS 



High Point 0; Citadel 45 

High Point 7; Lenoir Rhyne 14 

High Point 20; Emery and Henry 7 

High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High Point 



Point 0; Catawba 

Point 6; Roanoke 

Point 0; W. C. T. C. 

Point 0; Elon 

Point 26; Guilford 



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12 

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0; Appalachian 26 



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Frank Johnson 
Henri Miner 
John Matthews 
Jack Houts 
Fred Mills 
Jimmy Lowder 
Richard DiTullio 
Henry Liptak 
Marty Spinelli 



Bill Anderson- 
Don Wei.born 
Dick Myers 
Jack Burkhead 
Ralph Yow 
Howard Veach 
Francis Bowen 
Bob Shipp 
Ed Greeson 



Lindsay Weaver 
Kent Dennis 
Joe Petack 
Henry Maxwei.i. 
Alvin Boles 
Joe Lepkovvski 
Bud Fletcher 
Raymond Freeman- 
Jim Flanagan 



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Every college has its ups and clowns 
in the fight for champion athletic teams. 
High Point College proves no exception 
to this rule. Thus while High Point 
College registered its ups in producing a 
winning basketball team and a winning 
soccer team, it has suffered its downs in 
baseball. Along with the football players 
the Diamond Dusters have little to show 
for their effort except a fighting spirit, 
sprinkled with one or two stellar players. 
This combination nets nothing in the 
box scores. 

At the bat Nance and Myers provided 
the hitting attack, while Nance, Koontz, 
Cochrane, Myers, and Griswald held 
down the fielding honors. On the mound 
Cashett and Scotten shared the laurels. 

The squad, meeting eight opponents, 
managed to eke out a one-run victory 
over Guilford, and a 2-2 tie with At- 
lantic Christian, a game which was called 
off in the third inning on account of 




rain. The boys lost six games to Ca- 
tawba, Elon, Cameo (Burlington), Lenoir 
Rhyne, Burlington Mills, and Guilford. 

Because of war-time restrictions base- 
ball has been dropped for the coming 
season. 



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RESULTS 

2 ; Atlantic Christian . 2 
7; Catawba . . .17 

2; Elon 13 

1; Cameo (Burlington) 15 
1 ; Lenoir Rhyne . .11 
6; Guilford .... 5 
1 ; Burlington Mills 6 

4; Guilford .... 5 



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RESULTS 

. 57; McCrarv . 
Asheboro 

53; A. C. C. . . 

Wilson 
. 47 ; A. c.c... 

Wilson 
. 46; Y. M. C. A. 
Here 

. 60; Rio Grande 

Here 

. 42 ; Hanes Hosiery 

Here 
. 50; Guilford . 

Here 
. 67; Catawba . 
Salisbury 
. 70; Lcnoir-Rhyne . 

Hickory 
. 49; Catawba . 

Here 
. 60; Y. M. C. A. 
Y. M. C. A. 
. 43 ; McCrarv . 

Here 
. 59; Appalachian . 

Boone 
. 52; W. C. T. C. 
Cullowhee 
. 54; W. C. T. C. 
Cullowhee 
. 55; Davis-Elkins . 

Here 
. 66; Lcnoir-Rhvne . 

II, re 
. 33 ; Elon .... 

Elon 
. 53 ; Roanoke . 

Here 
. 60; Appalachian . . 

Here 
.35; Guilford 
Guilford 
. 59; Elon .... 

Here 



NORTH STATE TOURNAMENT 

High Point . . . .71; I.enoir-Rhyne . 

Here 
High Point . . . 52; Elon 

Here 
High Point . . . .50; Appalachian . . 

Here 



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43 
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"The greatest team ever to wear the Panther 
colors," that is the tribute paid to the squad by our 
genial, cigar-chewing, basketball mentor, Coach 
Virgil Vow. All the followers of the Panther 
Basketeers wholeheartedly join in with the coach 
in singing this praise, for the Panthers proved their 
metal when they roared through a tough schedule 
of twenty-five games, including the tournament 
play, to capture the North State Conference Title, 
and in so doing won 24 out of 25 games, losing 




Top Ron-: Counihan, Keene. Second Ron-: Nance, Malfregeot. 

Goerncr. 'third Row: Flanagan, Hartnett, Demmy. Fourth Row: 

Coble, Patterson. Stasulli. Fifth Row: Spinelli. Liptak. 



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only a one point decision to our Christian brothers 
of Elon. 

Webster doesn't contain enough flowery adjec- 
tives to describe this team of Supermen "for their 
laurels have been great, and their task, while not 
an easy one, was taken in stride with the greatest 
of ease. Once these Panthers started to roll they 
gathered momentum along the way and were un- 
beatable by any other basketball team, without the 
aid of over-hanging balconies to stop their scoring 
punch. 

The Panthers roared through a twenty-two game 
schedule devouring all their opponents, racking up 
the scalps of seventeen victims before a change in 
the diet, the appearance of Elon, our Christian 
friend, gave us a bad case of indigestion. While 
we were looking for the bicarb, Elon made off 
with the dessert and the Panther Cagers were at 
the short end of a 34-33 score, for their first and 
only defeat of the season. However, regardless of 
alibis, the Panthers soon showed their followers 
it was all a mistake as they again took stride and 
turned back a tough Roanoke team, 53-57, and 
followed this up by defeating Appalachian, last 
year's defending champs of the North State Con- 
ference by 60-49. Guilford likewise fell victim at 
the hands of our reserves while the first team 
looked on for most of the game. We then closed 
the season with a sweet victory over Elon proving 
the first game was a mistake, for the Christians 
this time tasted the sting of the Panther attack 
to the tune of a 59-35 score. 

During the regular season the High Point Cagers 
turned in splendid victories over Davis-Elkins, Rio 
Grande, from the Ohio Valley Conference, a 
strong Hanes Hosiery Aggregation, as well as 
running up lop-sided scores over McCrary, twice, 
a pair of victories over Catawba, A. C. C, Lenoir- 
Rhyne, W. C. T. C, Guilford, Appalachian, and 
High Point "Y." The team averaged better than 1 
53 points per game, and only by Coach Vow using 
his subs freely did the Panthers hold the score 
down. 

Finishing at the top of the heap at the end of 
the season, High Point's Panthers did what was 
expected of them by winning the North State Con- 
ference, held at our gym, thus being crowned 
North State Champions. In the first round the 
Panthers clawed Lenoir-Rhyne by a 71-31 count. 
The first team composed of Nance, Keene, Mal- 
fregeot, Demmy, and Counihan went out and 



quickly piled up a large score, and then retired 
to watch the reserves play the rest of the game, 
while they saved their appetite for Elon, in the semi- 
finals. In the encounter with Elon, the varsity 
found that the Christians could not satisfy their 
appetite, for they had garnered 37 points to Elon's 
6, so from then on the reserves were allowed to 
tov with the Missionaries. 

However in the finals the Panthers met a foe 
worthy of their attention in Appalachian, the 
defending champions, and although the Mountain- 
eers twice previously had been victims of the 
Panthers, they proved stalwart opposition. It was 
a nip and tuck battle up to the last four minutes 
of play, whereupon the Panther's five point lead 
was stretched into a sixteen point lead, so with 
the score 50-34, the Panthers wrestled the coveted 
laurels from the Mountaineers for themselves to 
wear. 

Nance, a great ball player, brilliant on dribbling 
and a dead eye on long shots from the side of the 
court, was a unanimous choice by the coaches for 
the forward position on the Mythical North State 
Conference Team. Killer Keene, our 6 fcot, 8 inch 
dwarf, won the center position, along with Cel 
Malfregeot, our other scrappy little forward, at 
guard. All three players have kept us in the ball 
game with their shooting eye. But it must not be 
forgotten that it took two other men to make up 
this wonder team, Captain Jerry Counihan and 
Russian Demmy. Both boys, while over-shadowed 
on the shooting end of the game, were great on 
the floor game and played cool heads-up ball dur- 
ing the thick of the battle. 

Bill Patterson, Jim Flanagan, Johnny Stasulli, 
Hugh Goerner, Gabby Hartnett, and Red Coble 
also come in for praise, for they too have seen 
plenty of service when the team needed a well 
deserved rest. It is from these boys, with the ex- 
ception of Flanagan who will leave us for the 
armv, that Coach Vow will have to fashion next 
year's team, along with Demmy the only hold-over 
from the wonder-team, and those young hopefuls 
that come up from the Junior Varsity. 

The praises of the team have not been confined 
to the borders of North Carolina, for elsewhere the 
news has spread, and as a result the Panthers have 
been tended a bid to the Kansas City Tournament 
held March 9-14, which they have accepted with 
high hopes of adding new scalps to its already 
large and imposing list of victims. 





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JUNIOR VARSITY 
HASKETHML 




As the Panthers go, so go the Kittens. 
This may not be an adage, but it certainly 
holds true this year, for as the varsity was 
hogging all the limelight in compiling its 
impressive record, the Junior Varsity was 
busy acquiring its own brilliant record. The 
Kittens in winning 19 games and losing 
three show great promise in assuring the 
varsity with some fine material in the per- 
sons of Bob McGinn, Bob Porter, Bill 
Stamey, Ray Rider, Price, and Red Toker. 
These boys were outstanding throughout the 
season along with Nostrand, Weaver, Evans, 
and Pappas on the second team. 

Coach Jim McCachren's boys have turned 
in victories over several high schools and 
strong semi-pro aggregations. We lost to 
Silver Knit Semi-Pro and Catawba Fresh- 
men both by one point, and to Butner Fur- 
niture Company by two points. In a return 
game, we defeated Catawba Frosh by a nine 
point margin. 

The team consists of Welborn, McGinn, 
Stamey, Porter, Jarrett, Toker, Nostrand, 
Rider, Pappas, Van Bylevelt, Weaver, Price, 
Evans, B. Evans, Coble. 



RESULTS 



High Point . 


3<S 


Greensboro W. Auto 


32 


High Point . 


33; 


Hants High School . 


3> 


High Point . 


4<S 


Kernersville . . . 


24 


High Point . 


28; 


Butner Furniture 


30 


High Point . 


38; 


Mt. Airy . . . . 


16 


High Point . 


26; 


Lindale Dairy . . 


18 


High Point . 


47; 


Penbrook . . 


3' 


High Point . 


41 ; 


H. P. Railway Ex. . 


32 


High Point . 


24; 


Catawba Freshmen . 


25 


High Point . 


29; 


Mt. Airy High Sch'l 


13 


High Point . 


33; 


Catawba Freshmen . 


24 


High Point . 


24; 


Minnelo 


'7 


High Point . 


43; 


Midway High School 


32 


High Point . 


43; 




37 


High Point . 


30; 


Bethany Vol. Club 


24 


High Point . 


39; 


Junior Home . 


33 


High Point . 


39; 


Reidsville . . • 


23 


High Point . 


52; 


Reidsville . . . 


32 


High Point . 


32; 


Silver Knit . . . 


33 


High Point . 


52; 


Princeton . . . 


>3 


High Point . 


54; 


Hasty High School 


>4 


High Point . 


3°; 




9 



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High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 
High Point . 



RESULTS 

8; Jamestown All - Stars o 
7; Jamestown All - Stars 1 
5; Davidson College o 

9! 

41 
1 ; 

3 

3 ; L 

4; Davidson College . 1 



U. of Virginia 
Duke University 
Navy . . . . 
U. of Virginia 
Duke University 
Davidson College 



Soccer furnishes us a beautiful old 
story with the usual glorious ending for 
once again our Purple Panthers have 
proved their metal by crashing through 
a tough schedule of nine opponents, 
emerging unscathed unless a 1-1 tie with 
Navy caused by a bad break shows up as 
a scar. For against Navy the Panthers 



did all the scoring, punting a point for 
each side when one of our players scored 
one for the Middies. 

The Panther "Shinbusters," coached 
ably by student coach Elvin Lewis, turned 
in two victories each over strong aggre- 
gations from Duke University, Davidson 
College, and Virginia University. In 
addition to the tie game with Navy, they 
also lambasted the Jamestown All-Stars 
twice by 7-1 and 8-1 scores. 

Captain Howard Garmon, Elvin 
Lewis, Roland Garmon, Johnny Stasulli, 
H. Coble, and M. Coble turned in stellar 
performances throughout the season. 
And we won't forget the excellent play- 
ing of goalie Leo Pappas. 

The Panthers once again holds the 
mythical North Carolina State crown 
and are ranked as one of the best soccer 
squads in the East. 




THE SOCCER 
SEASON ♦ 1941 



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Miner. Pappas. Welborne 
ByleveU, Counihan, Van Guilder 



The tennis team this year, com- 
posed of Henry Miner, Leo Pappas, 
George Welborne, Henry Van Byle- 
velt, Jerry Counihan, George Van 
Guilder, and Ethel Norton, the sole 
girl tennis player, has the advantage 
of the four new clay courts which 
have been completed this summer in 
back of the student activities building. 

During the fall season the Panther 
netmen played two contests with Oak 
Ridge Academy, losing both matches 
after a bitter struggle. 

By way of individual activity, Ethel 
Norton, during the summer vacation, 
participated in the North Carolina 



State Tournament held at the Greens- 
boro Country Club. She captured the 
women's singles and doubles champion- 
ships of North Carolina. She further 
added to her already many laurels the 
Texas State Crown when she traveled 
back to her native Texan State to play 
in the women's singles and doubles 
tournament there. In the spring she 
plans to enter the Pinehurst Tennis 
Tournament in Pinehurst, North Caro- 
lina. 

The team will, because of wartime 
curtailment of sports on the college 
campuses throughout the nation, play a 
shortened schedule of matches. 



P A IV T H E R 



I E T M E I 



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"Girls! Hockey practice today, 3:30," 
read stentorian signs on the bulletin board 
daily. Tootsie always rounding up sport 
enthusiasts . . . girls playing for points and 
curves, and gaining both . . . Miss Chapman, 
new and blond and as good as she looks, 
leading the girls on to better and harder 
fighting. In a hot and tough season, the 
upperclassmen skimmed over the frosh team 
in the hockey tournament in the fall. They 
again took the lead in soccer, but the wiry 
sophomores finally overrated the seniors on 
the volley hall court. In the spring followed 
the interesting sports of basketball, tennis, 
ping pong, badminton, and swimming. 



R01.1. 



Mildred Allen- 
Jessie Baity 
Harriett Berry 
Grace Bivins 
Jewell Campbell 
Ei.oise Cecil 
Helen Clark 
Ruth Coble 
Geneva Crowder 
Tootsie El kins 
Enoi.a Sue Flowers 
Jeanne Graff 
Ruth Griffith 
Audrey Guthrie 
Wanda Harvili.e 
Garnbtt Hinshaw 
Mary Holton 
Virginia Hudcins 
Virginia Hunt 
Ann Kitchens 

Caroi.in 



Conny Klein 
Dallie Liner 
Ada Oliver 
Zei.ma Parnei.i. 
Fannie Poe 
Doris Poindexter 
Dorothy Presnei.i. 
Betty Russell 
Ronda Sebastian 
Lillian Self 
Patsy Sifford 
Gene Th acker 
Iris ThaCker 
Mary Alice Thayer 
D. L. Usher 
Janis Usher 
Charlotte Varner 
Jule Warren- 
Nina Whitaker 

Si 1 VVoodri 1 1 

e York 



WOMEN'S 
ATHLETIC 
A S S C I A T I IV 




MISS JO CHAPMAN 



Officers 

Tootsie Elkin'S President 

Geneva Crowder . . Vice-President 

Audrey' Guthrie Secretary 

Jessie Baity Treasurer 

Nina Whitaker Reporter 

Dorothy Presnei.i Reporter 

Ln.i.iE Mae Moore . . . Sergeanl-at-Arms 




I 107 J 



WOMEN'S ALHLETICS AT 



SOFTBALL 

Mildred Allen 
Jessie Baitv 
Ada Ruth Craven 
Gfneva Crowdfr 
Jean Graff 
Audrey Guthrie 
Nancy Isenhour 
Connie Klein 
Betty Dean Knox 
Lucille Lanier 
Lillie Mae Moore 
Ethel Norton 
Ronda Sebastian 
Doris Snvder 
Mary Alice Thayer 
Betty Welch 



VOLLEYBALL 

Doris Snyder 
Jessie Baity 
Audrey Guthrif 
Mildred Allen 
Ruth Griffith 
Betty W'i i ch 
Betty Dean Knox 
Con sir Ki.fi n 
Lillie Mae Moore 
Ronda ShbASTiAN 
Tootsif Elkins 



BASKETBALL 

Geneva Crowder 
Doris Snyder 
Lucille Lanier 
Ethel Norton 
Audrey Guthrie 
Mary Alice Thayer 
Ada Ruth Craven 
Jessie Baity 
Nancy Isenhour 
Ruth Griffith 
Ruth Coble 
Tootsie Elkins 




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RIDING 

Joan Kosbfrg 
Bonnie Lewis 
Betty Lowy 
Dorothy Presnell 
Marcena Gerstung 



SOCCER 

Gene Thacker 
Audrey Guthrie 
Lillian Self 
Jean Graff 
Connie Klein 
Dallie Liner 
Jessie Baity 
Mildred Allen 
Tootsie Elkins 
Lillie Maf Moore 
Garnett Hinshaw 
Betty Welch 



HOCKEY 

Audrey Guthrie 
Lillian Self 
Gene Thacker 
Jean Graff 
Jessie Baity 
Dallie Liner 
Connie Klein 
Tootsie Elkins 
Lillie Mae Moore 
Mildred Allen 
Geneva Crowder 
Garnett Hinshaw 
Betty Welch 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



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YOUR UTILITIES COMPANY IS 

MAKING EVERY DEPARTMENT OF 

ITS SERVICE COUNT TOWARD 

WINNING THE WAR 



Did it ever occur to you that our employees in every Department are dedicated 
to your service and convenience? This is true of the lineman, the bus driver, the home 
economist, the agricultural engineer, the lighting engineer, the salesman, the service 
man, the meter reader, and in fact all of our folks. 

We are glad to have a part in forwarding war production and more efficient, 
more economical living. 



DUKE POWER COMPANY 

Charlotte, N. C. 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

ALL OUT FOR DEFENSE 

Courses Geared to Wartime Both as to Time and Content 
For Further Information Apply to 



PRESIDENT OR SECRETARY OF ADMISSION 



FURNITURE 


CITY UPHOLSTERING CO. 


Incorporated 


DESIGNERS AND 


MAKERS OF THE 


"DALLAS" 


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HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



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COMPANY 

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Headquarters" 



Without Printing Modern Education 
Would Be Impossible 

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PHONE 2385 



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BUS LINE, INC. 

ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

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THEATRES 

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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 



Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Lewis & Holmes Motor Freight 

CORPORATION 

High Point, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. 

Serving the Southeastern States 

High Point Office Phone 4503 



CUT RATE FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

615-617 East Green St. 
High Point. N. C. Phone 2879 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

Incorporated 
PHONE 4545 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY 
COMPANY 



Phone 4507 



512 W. Broad St. 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 



GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO. 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

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



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CAR8ONATE0 BEVERAGE 
ORANGE-CRUSH BOTTLING CO. 

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



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MANNING STUDIO & ENGRAVERS 



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COMPANY 



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Phones 4006, 44232 



Compliments of 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 



Compliments of 

CHARLES STORE 

STYLE MERCHANDISE 



Compliments of 

SLANE HOSIERY MILLS 



3HLarUees 



High Point's Quality Department Store 



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

WAGGER JEWELRY COMPANY 

ELWOOD HOTEL CORNER HIGH POINT, N. C. 



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. 


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Since 1897 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Dial 3349 


SON 



"FOR THE BEST IN BARBER WORK" 

COMMERCE STREET BARBER 
SHOP 



Phone 44219 



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WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers For All Occasions 
5-5931 Phones 3-5459 



HIGH POINT STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Dry Cleaners and Dyers 
PHONE 3325 



Compliments of 

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 



BERRY COAL COMPANY 

GREENS80RO. N. C. 

Ouality Coal, Cote, Fuel Oil and Combustioneer 
Stoker 



Try 


O & C Frosted Fruits and Vegetables 




w. 


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Distributor Greensboro. N. C. 



Compliments of 

PEGGY ANN SHOPPE 



A Thorough School Devoted to the Instruction 

DAVID CHAUnT DANCING 
STUDIO 


124 1-2 N. Main Street Open Year 'Round 



Compliments of 

HIATT TIRE COMPANY 





STUDENTS 




Welcome to Gibson's 


781 


N. Main 104 N. Main 329 N. Main 



Compliments of 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 



Compliments of 

PRINCESS CAFE 



MANN'S 




CUT-RATE DRUG STORE 




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N. C. 


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N. C. 


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N. C. 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES 

'ncorporaled 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 4553 
MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM 





Compliments of 


HIGH 


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6 Barbers to Serve You 




300 N. MAIN STREET 



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OF HIGH POINT 



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Dial 4501 


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Dial 3319 


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PRODUCTS 


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GRACE 
FLOWER SHOP 

Dial 4085 

MAIN AT WASHINGTON STREET 

The Best in Flowers 



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 rec- 
ognized and our ability to do this is 
established. 



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& DENTON RAILROAD CO. 

"Nothing But Service to Sell" 



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