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BOOK ONE COLLEGE 

BOOK TWO FEATURES 

BOOK THREE .... ORGANIZATIONS 
BOOK FOUR ATHLETICS 



DOROTHY PRESNELL, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
ROBERT KIRCHSESSNER, BUSINESS MaNASER 



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"The time has come," the students said, "to talk of many things- — 

Of boob and quips and freshman caps, of dates and college rings, 

Of basketball and pep parades, fraternities and dames. 

Of classes, dances, and debates, of bands and football games!" 

So we, the Staff, rolled up our sleeves, and then began to write 

Of this and that; to check class rolls, read copy half the night. 

We made group photos, portraits, snapshots of students here and there. 

And worried o'er financial woes until we tore our hair. 

Gallons of our own sweat and tears we shed, dear students, all for thee. 

To give you this, your own yearbook — The ZENITH of '43 . . . 




IN RECOyiTION OF 

A Citizen of Good Repute 

And a Genial Gentleman; 

A Churchman Whose Loyalty Is Rec- 
ognized 

And Who Is Interested in People; 

A College Trustee Whom We Ap- 
preciate 

And Who Believes in Youth; 

The Staff Dedicates to 

Gurney H. Kearns^Son of Randolph 
County, Local Manufacturer, 
and Public Spirited North 
Carolinian 



THE 1943 ZENITH 




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



BOHD 

OF 

TROSTEES 



H. A. MILLS President 

F. LOGAN PORTER Vice-Pfesldent 

N, M. HARRISON Secretary-Treasurer 

Paul N, Garber C. C, Robbins, Jr. J. Norman Wills 

C. A. Dillon Charles W. McCrary G. Ray Jordan 

S. W. Taylor J. E. Prltchard Horace S, Haworth 

L, F, Ross Mrs. C. F. Finch G. H, Kearns 

W. A. Lambeth J. M. Millitan J. Clyde Aumar 

C. K. Proctor J. D. Williams B. K. Milloway 

H. F. Hunsucker Ernest W. Teague 

CLARE PURCELL Resident Bishop CharloHe Area 

G. I. HUMPHREYS President of High Point College 



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LOUISE ADAMS 
A. 8., MA. 


J HOBART ALLRED 
A.B.. AM. 


HELEN R. BARTLETT 
A.M.. Ph.t) 


slstanf Prcptejsor of 


Ptofeisof of Modern 


Professor o( History 


Mathematics 


Isnquaqm 






ALDA T. BERRV 

A.B.. M.A. 

Instructor of Business 

Adnr^tnistration 




ELIZABETH JO CHAPMAN 
B.S., M.A. 
Director of Physiwl Edu- 
cation for Women 




ELIZABETH H. CONNOR 

E.S., M.A. 

Instructor of Biology 



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CARL S. N. CRONSTEDI 

B.M. Ed.. M.S. 

Instructor of Mjsic 



E. O CJMMINGS 

B.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of C hem I cat 

Engineering 



E. BARTON DULAC 

B.S.. MA. 
Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 






ERNESTINE FIELDS 
B.Mus., B.5.. M.Mus. 
Instructor of Music 



LILLIAN M. GREEN 

Mou^e Mottier ot Boys' 

Dormitory 



R. HOWARD SUNN 

A.B. 
Instructor of Business 
Administration and 

Bursar 






N. M. HARRISON 
A.B., B.D. 
Vice-President and Di- 
rector Public Relations 



IDYL F. HARVILLE 

Dietitian 



BENJAMIN H, HILL 

M S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 






CLIFFORD R. HINSHAW 
A.M . Litt.O 
Professor of Education 
and Director of In- 
struction 



ELIZABETH VERA IDOL 


ADA B. JOHNSON 


A.E., A.M. 


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


Professor of English 


Head of Department of 




Home Economics 



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C. LUCILE JOHNSTON 

Ph.e. 

Assistaf^t Bursar and 

Secretary to President 




PEFtCr ELLIOT LINDLEY 

A.M., Litt.D, 

Professor of Religiaus 

Education and Dean of 

Students 




A C. LOVELACE 

AJ.. M.Ed, 

Assistant Professor of 

Education 




MABEL T. MILLIKAN 
Social Director 




J. HARLEY MOURANE 

B.S., M.S. 

Professor of CtiemTstry 

and Physics 




FRANKLtN RIKER 
Voice Instructor 




THOMAS W. SPRINKLE 

A.B., J.D. 

Assistant Professor of 

Business AdministratbOn 




MABEL MYRA WARLICK 

A.B. 

Mar>ager of Bookstore 

and Assistant Director of 
Public Relations 




ALICE PAIGE WHITE 

A.B„ AM. 

Acting Librarian and 

Professor of Greek and 






ARTHUR S. WITHERS 


NATHASIEL PATTON 


C, VIRGIL YOW 


A.B., M.A. 


YAftBOROUGH 


A.B. 


Professor of Englisti 


A.B . A.M. 


Director of Physical 




Professor of Modern 


Education for Men 




Languages and Registrar 





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T H [ CLASS OFF 




ROLAND GARMON 
5«nior Class President 

TALMADSE COLE 
Junior Cld)^ President 



BOB PORTER 

Sophomorft Class President 

SrONOR ELKINS 
Freshman Clast President 



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SENIOR CLASS 

LeROY FOSTER Vice-President 

GENEVA CROWDEE Secretary 

ZELMA PARNELL . TrMsurer 

JUNIOR CLASS 

FRANCIS BOWEN Vice-President 

D. L. USHER Secretary-Treasurer 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

SARNETT HINSHAW Vice-President 

RUBY PARKER Secretary 

GEORGE HUMPHRgYS Treasurer 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

MARION WORKMAN Vice-President 

MARJORIE PAYNE Secretary 

THOMAS COLE Treasurer 



-FRESHMAN 




S E M H S 



MARY ANDREWS 



JOHN ASTR6LLA 



VIRGINIA BECK 



OSWALD aiATT 




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ALVIN BOLES 



SWENOOLYN CANDLER MARY LEE CANTRELL 



KENNETH CROUSE 




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MARY LILLIAN ANDREWS 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 

A.B. 

W. A. A., I, 2; Nikanthdn Literary Society, 
I, 2. 3; Folk Dancing Cljb, 3; Inferfiational 
Relations Club, I ; Future Teactiers, 3, 4; 

Gamma Club, 4, 



ALVIN OSCAR BOLES 

tHISH POINT, N. C. 

BrS, in Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi 

Ft30»ball, I. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Captain Football. 4; 
Studenl Government, 2, 4; Senior Stipeifative. 



JOHN FRANCIS ASTRELLA 

WEST NEW YORK. N. J. 

B.S, in Business Administfation 
lota Tau Kappa 

Student Government, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 

Council, 3. 4: Vics-President Student Body. 

3. 4. 



VIRGINIA B. BECK 

LEXINSTON, N. C. 

A.B, 

Appalacdian State Teachers College, I, 2. 3; 
W. A. A., 4; Cheerleader. 4; Managing Editor 

Hl.Po, 4. 



OSWALD BLATT 

BRON>!, N. y. 

Soccer. 2; Thalean Literary Society. 2; Foot- 
lighters, 2, 3: Hi-Po, 2, 3, 4; Ctiemical Engi- 
neers Club, 2. 3. 4: Debating Team, 4. 



GWENDOLYN CANDLER 

HICKORY, N. C. 

A.B. 

Appalflctiian State Teachers College, I, 2, 3. 



MARY LEE CANTRELL 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Woman's College of the University of North 
Carolina, I; Honor Roll, 2. 3, 4. 



KENNETH DEWEY CROUSE 

LEXINGTON, N C. 

Ministerial Association. I. 2. 3: Chaplain, f, 
Vice-President, 2, President. 3; Thalean Liter- 
ary Society, I, 2. Critic, I, 2; Vice-President 
Methodist Student Association, 2; President 
Christian Student Organization, 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident State Methodist Student Association, 3,' 
Student Representative National Methodist 
Student Conference, 2; Chief Marshal. 3; 
Who's Who, 3: Liohted Lamp. 3. 



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SENIORS 



sEtttVA egiQijfW 



GEORGE DALTON 



JOSEPHINE DEAL 



LoROr FOSTER 




ROLAND SARMON 



HUGH GOERNER 



WILLIAM GOSSARD 



ELEANOR GRIEFITH 



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GENEVA LAMBETH CROWDER 



ROLAND CLARENCE GARMON 



HISH POINT, N, C. 

B S. in Physical Education 

W. A. A., I, 2. 2, 4, Vke-Presldent. 3, Pfesl- 
dent, 4; Class Secretary, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader. 
3, 4. Chief, 4: I, R, C. I : Artemesi^n Literary 
Society, I, 2, 3; Gamma Club, 4; Choir, 4: 
Footlighters, 2, 3; Future Teachers, 4; Square 
Dance Club, 3: Honor Roll, 4: Senior Superla- 
tive: May Queen, 



MISH POINT. N, C, 

as. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Engineers Club. 2, 3: Coilsge 
Marshal, 3; Class President, 4; Senior Superla- 
tive, 4. 



GEORGE WILLIE DALTON 

LEWISVILLE. N. C, 

A.B. 

Brevard College. I, 2r Ministerial Association. 
3, 4. 



HUGH KARL GOERNER 

WOOD-RIDeE, N. J. 

A,E. 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Basltetball. I, 2, 3; Soccer, 2, 3; Atrothlnian 
Literary Society, 1,2: Hi-Po, 3. 



MYRA JOSEPHINE DEAL 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alph^ Phi 

Honor Roll, 2. 3, 4; Day Student Council, 4; 

Lighted Lamp. 4; Who's Who: Senior Super- 

lative. 



WILLIAM HERBERT GOSSARD 

ELIZABETH CITY. N. C 

A.e. 

Louisburg College, 1: Choir, 2, 3, 4; Honor 

Roll, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4: Thalean Society. 2. 

3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President. 4. 



LeROY FOSTER 

t^ELROURNE, FLA. 

B.S, 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Band. I. 2, 3. 4; Alrothinian Literary Society. 

I, 2: Zenith, 3; Boy's Dormitory Council, 4; 

Class Vice-President, 4. 



ELEANOR ISABEL GRIFFITH 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Greensboro College, 1 ; Corcord State Teachers 
College, 2, 3. 



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S E M R S 



RUTH eitlFFITH 




RUTH GRIFFITH 

HIGH POINT, H. C. 

A.8. 
Alpha The+a Psi 

W, A. A., I, 2, 3: Artemesiar Literary Society, 
I, 2; Future Teachers. I, 2. 3, Secretary. 3; 
Hi-Po, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor, 3. Editor, 4: 

Day Student Councit. 3. 4, Prasidert, 4; Student 

Council. 4; Pan-Hellenic Council. 4: Honor 

Roll, I. 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative, 4; Who's 

Who, 4; Lighted Lamp, 4, 



BILLY R. HENDERSON 

BURLIN&TON, N. C. 

B,S. m Busine&s Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

President of Student Body, 4; Vice-President of 
Junior Class; Dormitory Council, 3: Pan-Hellenic 
Council. 4; Cheerleader. 3; Tracli Teann, 3; 
Who's Who, 4; Social Committee, 4; Dramdtic 
Club, I, 2, 3; Thalean Literar/ Society, I, 2, 
3, Secretary, 2. 



WANDA HARVILLE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

B.S, in Physical Education 
Siqma Alpha Phi 

Artemesian Literary Society, I, 2. 3; W. A. A., 

I. 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club, I; 

Future Teachers. 2, 3, 4. 



B.S. 



MARY HOLTON 

HIGH POItST. N. C. 

in Bu^.ineis Administration 
Theta Phi 



Student Government, t: Artemesian Literary 
Society, I, 2, 3; Gamma Club, 4: W, A. A.. 
3, 4; Hi-Po StaH, 3; International Relations 
Club, I; Secretary, Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



HARRY LEE HAUSER 

HIGH POINT, N C, 

A.B. 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, 4: Band, I. 2, 3, 4: 
Thalean Society, 4. 



JOSEPH HELMREtCH 

NEW YORK. N. Y. 

A.B. 

C. C. N. Y., I, 2: Debating Team, 4; Soccer 
Team. 4, 



ALICE HONBARRIER 

SALISBURY, tJ. C. 

A.B, 
Pfiefer Junior College, I, 2; Future Teacheri, 3. 



BELVA KATHLEEN HOWARD 

MADISON, ti. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

Appalachian State Teachers College. I; Nltan- 

than Literary Society. 2, 3; Modern Priscilla 

Club, 2, 3, 4. Secretary. 4: W. A. A., 2. 3; 

Footlighters, 2, 3: Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



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SENIORS 



WILLIAM HOWEU 



THOMAS HUTCHINS 



CAROLIKi HUTTON 



JESSE JOHNSON 




MILDRED JONES 



BAYNE KEEVER, JR 



ELA KINSEY 



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WILLIAM HOWELL 

NORWOOD, N. C. 

B.S^ Jn Business Administraflon 
Epsllon Eta Phi 



MILDRED JONES 

HISH POINT, N, C, 

Greensboro College, 2; fnternafionaf Relations 

Club, 1^ Artemesian Literary Sociefy, I, 2, 3; 

Band, I. 3, 4. 



THOMAS HUTCHINS 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 

A.B. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Ministerial Association. 2. 3, 4; Secretary. 2. 



EVELYN KEARNS 

RANDLEMAN. N, C. 

B.S. in hforne Economics 

W. C. U. N. C, I. V, Modern Priscilla Club. 
2. 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, 4; Nikanthan Literary 
Society, 2. 3, Treasurer, 2: Future Teachers 
Club. 2, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor, 2: Reffgious 
Council, 4; Gamma Club, 4. 



CAROLINE YORK HUTTON 

HIGH CQINT, N. C 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

International Relations Club. I ; W. A. A„ I, 

2, 3; Future Teachers Club, 4; Artesian Literary 

Society, I, 2. 



BAYNE PHARR KEEVER, JR. 

INDIAN HEAD, MD 

A.B. 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Law Club, I, 2; Atfothlniar Literary Society, 

I, 2: Choir, 3; Cheerleader. 3; Basketball. I: 

Assistant Footbail Trainer. 3. 



JESSE L JOHNSON 

SILER CITY, N. C. 

A.B. 

Louisburg College. I, 2; Ministerial Association. 

3, 4. Secretary, 4; Choir. 3, 4; Thalean Literary 

Society, 3, 4: Religious Council. 4. 



ELA MATHILDIA KINSEY 

HOUSTON. TEXAS 

Nikanthan Literary Society, 3; Gamma Club. 4; 
Modern Prlscilla Club. 3, 4, Treasurer, 4. 



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S E M R S 



ROBERT KIRCHGESSNER 



WADE KOONT2 



WAYNE LINDLEY 



THOMAS LINDSEY 




ROWLAND LONG 



JAMES LOWDEFl 



MARTHA MICKEV 



HENRY MINER 



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ROBERT FRANK KIRCHGESSNER 

JERSEY CITY, N. J. 

Delta Alptia Epsilon 

Rutgers University, I ; Kansas State College, 
2; Football, 4; Thalean Literary Society, 3, 4; 
Footlighters, 3: Square Dance Club, 3: Zenith, 
3, 4, Assistant Business Manager, 3. Business 
Manager, 4; Hi-Po Business Manager, 4; Min- 
isterial Association, 3, 4; Religious Council, 4; 
Honor Roll, 3, 4: Senior Superlative, 



J. WADE KOONTZ 

HISH POINT, N, C. 
Choir, t. 2, 3, 4; Quartet, 2, 



L WAYNE LINDLEY 

GRAHAM, N. C. 
B.S, in Business Administration 

Band, 2, 3, 4: Choir, 2, 3, 4; Thalean Literary 

Society, 2, 3. 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4. 



ROWLAND VEACH LONG 

HISH POINT, N. C. 

Carolina, t, 2, 3; Medical Club, 3. 4, President, 
3; Who's Who, 4. 



JAMES MAURY LOWDER 

CONCORD. N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi 

Football, I. 2, 3. 4. Tri-Captain, 4: Who's 

Who, 4; President, Boy's Dormitory Council. 4; 

Class Treasurer, 3; "H" Club. 2, 3. 4. 



MARTHA GREY MICKEY 

WINSTON-SALEM. N. C, 

AJ. 

Lighted Lamp. 3, 4; Who's Who. 4: Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 2; Nitanthan Literary 
Society. I. 2, 3. Reporter. 2; W, A. A., 1; 
Gamma Club Publicity Director. 4; Hi-Po. 3; 
Zenith. 4; B. S. U.. I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary, 2, 



Vice-President, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 
Senior Superlative. 



2, 3, 4: 



THOMAS T. LINDSEY 

HISH POINT, N. C, 
A.8, 

Ministerial Association, 4; Who's Who, 4. 



HENRY HAWKEN MINER 

BELLtdORE, N. r. 
B.S. 

Tennis, 3; Thalean Literary Society, I; Footba 

I, 2, 3, 4. 



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S E M R S 



ANNA MOWERr 



LEO PAPPAS 



MARiE PARKER 



ZELMA PARNELL 




JOSEPH PETACK 



DORIS ROINOEXTER 



DOROTHY PRESNELL 



PAULINE ROACH 






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ANNA LEROY ELLISON MOWERY 

HIGH POINT, N. C 

B.S. in Business Adminrstration 
Theta Phi 

Afterne&ran Literary Society. I, 2, 3, Chapfain, 
2, Treasurer, 3: Gamma Club, 4: Future Teach- 
ers Club, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, I, 2, 3. 



JOSEPH PATRICK PETACK 

ERIE, PA. 

A.E. 

Football, 1,2, 3, 4r Basketball, 1, 



LEO BASIL PAPPAS 

BROOKLYN, N, Y. 

A.B, 

Internetionel Relations Club, J: Junior Varsity 

Bastetball, 2, 3, 4; Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 

4; Tennis, 3; Footllqhters, 2, 3; Block "H." 2, 

3. 4; Track, 2. 

LILLIAN MARIE PARKER 

DOSSON, N, C. 

A.B. 

Brevard College, I, 2; Honor Roll, 3, 4: Who's 
Who, 4; Girls' Dormitory Council, 3, 4, Sec- 
retary, 3, President, 4; Cftaptain Garr^ma Club, 
4; Future Teachers Club. 4: Niitanthan Literary 
Society, 3, 

CHARLOTTE ZELMA PARNELL 

ELIZABETH CITY, N, C, 

B,S. In Music 

Theta Phi 

Artemesiaf> Literary Society. I, 2, 3; Gamma 
Club. 4; W. A, A.. I, 2. 3; Choir, t, 2, 3, 4. 
President. 4: Class Treasufer. 4; Who's Who. 
4; Lighted Lamp, 4; Fan-Hellenic Council Sec- 
retary, 4; Honor Roll, I. 2, 3. 4; Quartet, 2. 
3r Marshal, 3; Student Government Repre- 
sentative, 3; A, A, U, W. Scholarship. 4; Tom- 
linson Voice Award, 3: International Relations 
Club. I. 



DORIS SPEASE POINDEXTER 

WINSTON. SALEM. N. C. 
A.B. 

Theta Phi 

International Relations Club, I. 2; Artennesian 
Society, I, 2. 3, Vice-Presicfent, 3; Hi-Po, 1, 
2; W. A, A.. I, 2; Choir, I, 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers Club, 3, 4: Miss High Point Col- 
lege 3. 



DOROTHY PRESNELL 

ASHEBORO, N, C. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Honor Roll. 1, 2, 3, 4; Nlkanthan Literary So- 
ciety, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 3; W, A. A., I, 
2, 4, Reporter, 2; HI-Po. I; Student Govern- 
ment Representative. 2: College Marshal, 3: 
Lighted Lamp. 3, 4; Vice-President Dormitory 
Council, 3; ZENITH Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor-in- 
Chief, 4; President Gamma Club, 4; Who's 
Who, 4; Senior Superlative, 



PAULINE ROACH 

ERLANGER. N. C. 

A.B. 



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S E I I R S 



RONOA SEBASTIAN 



ARNOL SETZER 



DORIS SETZER 



DAN SIDES 




ROBERT TRUE5DELL 



ROSER TUCKER 



JULE WARREN 



MARY WARREN 




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RONDA ARLENE SEBASTIAN 

HIGH POINT. N C. 

B.S. jn flusine^^ Administration 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

W, A. A,, I, 2. 3, 4; Intramural Manager, 4: 
International Relations Ctub, f: Ariernesian 
Literary Society, 1, 2, 3: May Queen Attend- 
ant, I, 2, 3. 4; Secfetary Student Council. 4. 



ARNOL SETZER 

WINSTON-SALEM, N, C. 

A,B. 

Appalachian S^afe Tedchers Coftege, I. 2; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club. 3: W. A. A., 4; Hi-Po, 4; 
Honor Roll, 4. 



DORIS HtLDA SETZER 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

A.B. 
Ttieta Phi 

Appalachian Stats Teachers College, I ; Ar- 
temesian Literdfy Society, 2, 3; Footlignters, 2; 
Choir, 3, 4; W. A. A., 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll. 2, 3. 



ROBERT TRUESDELL 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 

B.S. in Business Adn^inistration 

Delta Aloha Epsilon 

Band. I, 2, 3, 4. 



ROGER WILKINS TUCKER 

MADISON. N. C 

A.B, 

Oat Ridge, I, 2i Ministerial Association, 3, 4: 
Debating Team, 3; Baseball, 3. 



JULE FRANCES WARREN 

BURLINGTON, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Econonnics 
Theta Phi 

Nitanlhan Literary Society. 1. 2. 3; Gamma 
Club, 4; Modern Priscilla Club, I, 2, 3, 4, 
Treeiurer, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Class 
Treasurer. I; College Marshal, 3; International 
Relations Club, I : Student Government Rep- 
resentative, 4; W. A. A„ I, 2, 3; Senior Super- 
lative. 



ALFRED DANIEL SIDES 

WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. 

A.B, 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

N. C. State, I : Band, 2, 3, 4; Senior Super- 

lative. 



MARY MEANS WARREN 

SPARTA, N. C, 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Woman's College of ttie University of North 
Carolina. I. !: Vice-President of Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, 4; Nitanthan Literary Society, 3. 



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S E M R S 



FRANCIS WASHaURN 



BILL WELSOURNE 



NIMA WHITAKEft 




ROBERT WILLIAMS 



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ELLIOT WYNNE 



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FRANCIS THOMAS WASHBURN 

LEXINSTON. N. C. 

A,B. 

Presby+erian Junior College,, I. 2: Ministerial 
Association. 3. 4, 



BILL WEL80URNE 

TRINITY, N. C. 
A.B. 



NINA LEE WHITAKER 

ENFIELD. N. C. 

A.e. 

Choir, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, -1; W. A. A.. 

I. 2. 3: Honor Roll. I. 3, 4; Hi-Po, 2, 3: 
Footlighters, 2, 3. 



ROBERT ERNEST WILLIAMS 

ftOCKY MOUNT, N, C. 

A.B. 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Band, I, 2, 3, 4; A Capella Choir, 3: Who's 
Who, 4; Chief Marshal, 3; Senior Superlative. 



ELLIOT G. WYNNE 

WILUAMSTON, N. C. 
B.S. iri Business Administration 

Band, I. 2, 3, 4: Choir, I. 2. 3; President. 

Thalean Society, 4, Marshal, 3; Honor Roll, 
I. 2, 3, 4. 



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J U M H S 



FIRST ROW 

JOHN ADCOCK Stolesdale, Nofth Carolina 

MILDRED ALLEN High Point, Norrti Carolina 

MERKLEMAXUM BINGHAM ThomawHle, North Carolina 

SECOND ROW 

JOSEPH BOSTICK Raleigh, Nortli Carolina 

HILLARD EUNN _ Concord, Norih Carolina 

ELOISE CECIL High Point, North Carolina 

THIRD ROW 

PAUL CHAPPELL Tyner, North Carolina 

NAN CLAPP High Point, North Carolina 

TALMADGE COLE Asheboro, North Carolina 

FOURTH ROW 

CLYDE COLLINS Troutman, North Carolina 

KATHERINE CRANFORD High Point, North Carolina 

LOIS CRAVER High Point, North Carolina 

FIFTH ROW 

CHARLES EDWARDS High Point, North Carolina 

FLORENCE ELLiS High Point, North Carolina 

WfLMA FARABEE Lexington, North Carolina 

SIXTH ROW 

JOHNSIE FARLOW Soplnia, North Carolina 

NELL FLETCHER Greenville, North Carolina 

STANLEY FREEOMAN St. Augustine, Florida 

SEVENTH ROW 

RAYMOND FREEMAN Newport News, Virginia 

HORTENSE FUTRELLE H'9*' Poi"*. North Carolina 

RUSY GORE Clinton, North Carolina 



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J U M R S 



FIRST ROW 

WILLIS GUPTON Hflllister, North Carolina 

ALFftEDA HARDIE High Point, North Carolina 

NELL HARTMAN Advance, North Carolina 

SECOND ROW 

ALBERT HELLER . , Weehawken, Nev^ Jersey 

GARNETT HINSHAW High Point North Carolina 

CLARICE HOOVER Asheboro. North Carolina 

THIRD ROW 

LOUIS HORNE ArchdalB, North Carolina 

MARTHA HOWELL Charlotte. North Carolina 

NORWOOD JONES Clayton. North Carolina 

FOURTH ROW 

FRED KAPPELMAN Lynnbroot, New Yorl 

AILENE KIRKMAN Greensboro. North Carolina 

JOE LEPKOWSKI Erie, Pennsylvanie 

FIFTH ROW 

BONNIE LEWIS High Point, North Carolina 

J, S. LONG Seaboard. North Carolina 

JOHN MAIDES Maysville, North Carolina 

SIXTH ROW 

HAROLD MENDENHALL Thomasville, North Carolina 

LILLIE MAE MOORE High Point. North Carolina 

JESSIE McNeill Jonesboro, North Carrilina 

SEVENTH ROW 

MARGARET McNEILL . . . . ; Jonesboro, North Carolina 

RUSSELL NIXON Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

SAt^ OSBOURNE Independence, Virginia 



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J U M R S 



FIRST ROW 

SLENN PAYNE High Point, North Carolina 

JOHN PERRY Enfield. North Carolina 

NELL PRICE Kfltinapolis, North Carolina 

SECOND ROW 

JUDY PRIMM High Pomt. North Carolina 

EDWARD ROBBINS High Point. North Carolina 

PATSY SIFFORD Stanley, North Carolina 

THIRD ROW 

WALTER TALMADSE SINK High Point, North Carolina 

LULA SMITH High Point. North Carohna 

MARTIN SPINELLI Lynbrool. New Yort 

FOURTH ROW 

EUGENE STALEY High Point, North Carolina 

JOHN STASULLI Washinqton, D. C. 

RAY SWtNK Lexington, North Carolina 

FIFTH ROW 

SIDNEY UNDERWOOD Trinity. North Carolina 

DOROTHY LEE USHER • Toledo, Ohio 

AGNES WARD High Point, North Carolina 

SIXTH ROW 

NANCY WATSON Pinnacle, North Carolina 

RUTH WOOD ...,., Dobson. North Carolina 

SUE WOODRUFF Walnut Cove, North Carolina 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Dorothy Alexander 
Grace Alexander 
Edith Bailey 
MfHTc Loj Bell 
Betty Brady 
Thelma Cariberg 
Dorothy Chamberlain 
Hefen Claris 
Mary Ann Coe 
Kathryn Cro&& 
Johnsie Curry 
EnoEa Sue Flowers 
Frances Gatewood 
Edith GlidevvelJ 
Jeanne Graff 
Melbe Gfegory 
Frances Hofton 



MyiTialee Howard 
Rjth Hull 
Nancy Isenhour 
Betty Oeane Knox 

Dorothy Koonti 
Marguerite Koontj 
Lucfle Lanier 
DaJlie Liner 
Helen Meredith 
Irna Miffer 
Catherine Minnis 
Juanita Morgan 
Miriarn McCaJI 
Ethef Norton 
Ruby Parker 
Dorothy Price 



Lessfe Price 
Wanon^j Rash 

Lena Sale 

Lillian Self 

Alice Sparger 

Irene Strother 

Damarfs Taussig 

Mary Ellen TaySor 

Frances Thigpen 

Mimi Wagger 
Mildred Wagoner 
Sard Werren 
Betty Welch 
Alma Blanch White 
iris Grace White 
Daphine Elise WilSiamson 
Ruth Wood 




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Homer Barre+t 
Tom Be^^ley 
WilJiam Beaver 

FrancU Bowen 
Luther Brown 
John Carfer 
AlbeH Wayne CagU 
Stanton Cecil 
OIlie Clark 
Charles Coffey 
Eugene Collette 
George Compton 
Harold Conner 
Maurice Couturier 
James Daniels 
William Davis 
Richard DfTullio 



Perry England 
William Hall 
James Harris 
Douglas Holbrook 
George Humphreys 
Andrew Hunt 
James KenneTly 
Edwin Knight 
Kelly Lawson 
Robert Lilly 
Robert Lloyd 
Robert Lumsden 
John Miller 
Jacfc MinnEs 
Futrelle Moore 
Howard Mo ran 
Johnny Milliltan 



Robert McCall 
Charles McMurray 
Charles Noeii 
3eor9@ Nostrand 
John Peele 
Robert Porter 
Ray Rider 
Richard Smith 
Howard Snow 
Henry Stroud 
Lacy Walters Summers 
James Terry 
Lindsay Weaver 
Eugene Wifey 
John Wil$on 
Herman Winfreys 
Richard Zarbock 




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F I! [ S H M A 



CLASS 



Maxme Aldfidge 
Nellie Allen 
Cl^ra Bell Allred 
Colleen Bslley 
Dorothy Brown 
Frances Buchanan 
Ernestine Burchfield 
Blanche Burgets 
Frances Anlt* Burton 
Mary Frarice$ Canady 
Lethetis Clffton 
Genevieve Couch 
Mary Forrest CovJngfon 
Nancy Covington 
He fen Craven 
Eloise Crawford 
June Dirfctiris 
Lorraine Durham 
M^+tie Ruth Durham 
Julia Folqer 



BN'lie Frazier 

Carofyn Fletcher 

Lerid Freeman 

Marian Fulton 

Mary GooJsby 

Olivia Gfeenway 

Dorii Hall 

Margaret htancock 

Cornelia Harville 

Melvin Hayes 

Geraldine Geneva Hedrick 

Ruth Henderson 

Betty Henderson 

Mildred Henderson 

Cjara Herbert 

Virginia Hudgins 

Jane Hylton 

Nellte Gr^y Inscore 

Ethel Jacobs 

Treva Jones 



Charlotte Kile 
Sarah King 
Margaret Long 
Janice Mann 
Doris MasLe 
Beverly Merchant 
Irene Moose 
Mattle Kate Mu^e 
Madeline Myers 
Alice McGhee 
Elise Parker 
Margaret Paschal 
Anne Paquet 
Meriorie Payne 
Edna Loui$e Pearce 
Helen Iretta Pierce 
Elizabeth Pitts 
Juanita Poindenter 
Margaret Qualis 
Frances Rand 



Dorothy Ray 
Lucille Sherrill 
Margaret Short 
Louise Smith 
Sally Smith 
Dons Snow 
Marie Spencer 
Arlfne Steelman 
Phyllis Anne Steidley 
Frances Storey 
Hc>p^ Tarfeington 
Dina Taylor 
Julia Thompson 
Frances Viverette 
Ophelia Webster 
Nelda Widenhouse 
Doris Wooters 
Violet Yolteley 
Betsy Yorit 




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Jacl; Ahl 
Henry Albrechf 
Williann Amos 
Wi!liam Anderson 
Clayton Andrews 
Williarn Atkins 
Johnnie Aycock 
Gibson Beazley 
Brewster Berg 
Howard Berg 
Nixon Birigham 
Bjren Blaciiwelder 
BNJ BlaylocL 
Jjan Blondet 
Ko?tica Bona 
Frank Bosfian 
John Bowman 
Orin Boyies 
Henry Bradley 
Cherles Brown 
Le&ter Brown 
WlJIard Brown 
Lynn Bucit 
Roy Burchffeld 
Billy Carroll 
Oewev Gates 
LeRoy Cfark 



Julius Cogqin 

Thomas Cole 
Frank Conrad 
Billy Connor 
John Crowder 
Jimmy Current 
James DitrLmette 
Vernon Dull 
Benson Dunn 
Henry Elder 
Sydnor ElVins 
Michael Fedyshyn 
Jack Foster 
Elvin H. Frailer 
Robert Garle 
Charles Gordon 
Walter Grandjean 
Charles Green 
Paul Greene 
Russell Grog an 
Raymond Gunn 
Hotner Guyer 
Banks Hamilton 
James Harmon 
Reid Harris 
Earl HedricV 



Robert Hiclcs 
Charles Horton 
Willis James 
Thomas Jarrell 
Howard JarreJl 
Douglas Johnson 
Jeddy Johnson 
Clarence ICeever 
James Kiveft 
Cfark Lassiter 
James Leach 
Logan Leathers 
Newman Reid Lemonds 
Harold LeRoy 
Wflli^m Lewis 
Henry Linthtcum 
Grady Long 
William Lugani 
Paul Marsden 
Henry Moore 
Donald Myers 
John McAllister 
Robert McGinn 
Donald Nance 
Robert Palmer 
Phil Parodi 



William Payne 
Latham Conrad Peak 

Jesse Poindexter 
Walter Raianauskas 
James Reed 
Lonnie Renegar 
Worth Richardson 
Gabriel Sabbagh 
Joseph Sanders 
William Siiemore 
Boyd Smith 
Anthony Soscia 
James Stepp 
Michael Varchola 
Robert Vaughan 
Garrett Wade 
Aubrey Warfick 
Wesley Webb 
William Welch 
James Whichard 
Richard Whitehead 
Arthur Williams 
Clyde Williams 
Paul Willyard 
Harvey Winslow 
Marion Workn an 




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SENIOR SPONSOR 



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JUNIOR SPONSOR 

MISS HI&H POINT COLLEGE 
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SOPHOMORE SPONSOR 



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GENEVA CROWDER 

QUEEN 





COLLEGE MARSHALS 



KENNETH CROUSE First Semester Chief 



TALMADSE COLE 



. Second Semester Chief 



ELOISE CECIL 



BONNIE LEWIS 



CLYDE COLLINS 



GLENN PAYNE 



CHARLES EDWARDS 



JOHN PERRY 



GARNETT HINSHAW 



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GOVERNMENT 




BILLY HENDERSON 
PffeSident of the StudenI Bcdy 




Boles, Astrella. Sebastiafi, Parser. 

Lowder, Carter, Griffith, Coe, Woodruff. 

Payrie, Henderson, Lloyd. Warreft. 

To the Student Government qo our praises for a year's work well done. The 
officers and the two representatives from, each class serve as a link between the 
administration and the student body, and it is through them that our social activities 
are arranged and our student regulations formed. Under the capable leadership 
of Billy hienderson, president, and Jack Astrells, vice-president, dances, teas, formal 
dinners, and parades have made our social life on the campus delightful. 

The success of this organization has depended upon the individual and collective 
work of its members, and we shall long remember the regular Monday night meetings 
in which our problems and everyday affairs were worked out. 



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DORMITORY G V [ R N II [ H 



OLLIE CLARK 


MARTIN SPINELLI 


MARIE PARKER 


LeROY FOSTER 


JOHN STASULLI 


D L. USHER 


JAMES LOWDER 


KATHLEEN HOWARD 


SUE WOODRUFF 


RUSSELL NIXON 


NANCY ISENHOUR 






DAY STUDENT 
GOVERNMEH 



JOHN CARTER 
ELOISE CECIL 
RUTH GRIFFITH 
RUBY PARKER 
GLENN PAYNE 



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ALPHA 
P H I 




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SORORES 

DOROTHY ALEXANDfR 
MARY LEE CANTRELL 
DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN 
NAN CLAPP 
JOSEPHINE DEAL 
EDITH GLIDEWELL 
NELL HARTMAN 
WANDA HARVILLE 
KATHLEEN HOWARD 
RUTH HULL 



IN COLLEGIO 

NANCY ISENHOUR 
MARGUERITE KOONTZ 
BONNIE LEWIS 
IRNA MILLER 
WANONA RASH 
RONDA SEBASTIAN 
LILLIAN SELF 
PATSY SIFFORD 
MfMI WAGGER 
CAROLINE YORK 



HONORARI SORORES 

DR. HELEN R, EARTLETT MISS E, VERA IDOL 

MRS. P. E. LINDLEY 



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IOTA 

TAU 

KAPPA 







FRATRES IN COLLESIO 



JACK ASTRELLA 
TAL COLE 
THOMAS COLE 
SYDNOR ELKINS 
RAYMOND FREEMAN 
HUGH GOEftNER 



GEORGE HUMPHREYS 
HOWARD MORAN 
CHARLES NOELL 
GEORGE NOSTRAND 
ROBERT PORTER 
TONY SOSCIA 



HONORARI FRATRES 



C. R, HINSHAW 
O. A. KIRKMAN 



P. B, LINDLEY 
A. C. LOVELACE 



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T H [T A 
P H I 




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BETTY BRADY 
MARY ANN COE 
GARNETT HINSHAW 
WARY HOLTON 
BETTY DEANE KNOX 
MIRIAM McCALL 
ANNA ELLISON MOWERY 
ZELMA PARNELL 



SORORES IN COLLESIO 

DORIS POINDEXTER 
DOROTHY PRESNELL 
LENA SALE 
DORIS SETZER 
DOROTHY LEE USHER 
JULE WARREN 
NINA WHITAKER 
SUE WOODRUFF 



HONORARI SORORES 

MISS LOUISE ADAMS MRS, GLENN MUSE 

MISS PRISCILLA DEAN MRS. N. P. YARBOROUGH 

MRS. N. M, HARRISON MRS. C. V. YOW 



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EPSI LON 
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PHI 




FRATRES IN COLLESIO 



ALVIN BOLES 
PAUL CHAPPELL 
eeOR&E COK/IPTON 
HAROLD CONNOR 
ROLAND GARMON 
SILL GOSSARD 
BILL HALL 
JEFF HARMON 



THOMAS HUTCHINS 
BOB LILLY 
BOB LLOYD 
JAMES LOWDER 
PAUL MARSDEN 
GABRIEL SABBAGH 
DICK SMITH 
BILL WELBORNE 



HONORARI FRATRES 

BEN H, HILL J. H. MOURANE 

N. P. YAREOROUGH 

GENEVA CROWDER, FraternHv Sweetheart 



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SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

ELOISE CECIL RUTH SRIFFITH 

ICATHRYN CRANFORD RUBY PARKER 

JUDY PRIMM 



HONORARI SORORES 

MRS. C. R. HINSHAW MRS. S. O. PEEBLES 

MRS. ALICE RAISE WHITE 



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DELTA 

ALPHA 

LPS ILON 




FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 



CHARLES COFFEY 
CHARLES EDWARDS 
LeROY FOSTER 
WILLIS GUPTON 
HARRY LEE HAUSER 
BILL HENDERSON 
FRED KAPPELM^^!N 
BAYNE KEEVER 



BOB KIRCHGESSMER 
JACK MINNIS 
RUSSELL NIXON 
DAN SIDES 
RAY SWINK 
BOB TRUESDELL 
BOB WILLIAMS 
ELLIOT WYNNE 



HONORARI FRATRES 

J. H. ALLRED OLIN BLICKENSDERFER 

£. C. GLASGOW 



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PH-HELLENIC C U H I E 

J, H, MOURANE Permanent Chairman 

MARY HOLTON Secretary 

REPRESENTATIVES 

MARY HOLTON The*a Phi 

MISS LOUISE ADAMS Theta Phi 

KAT HOWARD Sigma Alpha Phi 

MISS MA8EL WARLIC< Sigma Alpha Phi 

RUTH GRIFFITH Alpha Theta Psi 

MRS. ALICE PAIGE WHITE Alpha Theta Psi 

JACK ASTRELLA lota Tau Kappa 

A. C. LOVELACE lota Tau Kappa 

JAMES LOWDER Epsilon Eta Phi 

J. H. MOURANE Epsilon Eta Phi 

BILL HENDERSON Delta Alpha Epsflon 

MR, J. H. ALLRED Delta Alpha Epsilon 

The purpose of tfie Pan-Hellenic Council is to provide active supervision of all 
the activities of the Greek clubs on the campus. Their work includes the study of 
the constitution of the council in order that it might meet present needs. With 
this thought in mind, the permanent chairman, J. H. Mourane, has introduced 
amendments which better enable the organization to exist harmoniously under the 
present war conditions. 



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HOME MAHGEHtn HOUSE 

The cry, "Do I smell something burning?" is followed by a mad scramble to the 
Practice House kitchen to see how the pie is baiting. The oven door opens to reveal 
a delicately browned apple pie. The girls (six seniors this year] gather around to 
set the table, and prepare one of the many meals they have in their six weeks' stay 
at the large white house on College Drive. Their routine runs smoothly, and each girl 
has her own duty in making the Practice House work like a scientific and modern home. 
The girls are well prepared for penny-pinching and feather dusting with home 
economics courses, and the Practice House enables them to put their studies into 
actual experience, thereby benefiting by solving practical home problems. Their 

shining kitchen is an example of their efficiency; as 
Miss Ada Johnson, the home economics instructor, 
helpfully repeats, "Clean as you go!" Another real 
evidence of their ability Is exemplified by their weekly 
formal dinners, which are included in the budget. 

In the morning the girls rush down the stairs to fry 
eggs for breakfast, then to vacuum the living room, 
which is really the date room. They work hard all 
day as all good housekeepers should, but they do have 
plenty of fun and, we suspect, plenty of good food. 
The girls who are enjoying the Practice House life are 
Ruby Gore, Kathleen Howard, Evelyn Kearns, Ela 
Kinsey, Jesse McNeill, and Jule Warren. 




MISS ADA JOHNSON 



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GAMMA CLUB 



DOROTHY PRESNELL 

President 

DOROTHY LEE USHER 
Vice-President 

MARY ANN COE 
Secretary 

GARNETT HINSHAW 

Treasurer 



THALEAN 
LITERARY SOCIETY 



ELLIOTT WYNNE 

President 

BILL SOSSARD 
Vice-President 

LUTHER BROWN 
Secretary 

CHARLES COFFEY 
Treasurer 



FUTURE 
TEACHERS CLUB 



GRACE McKAUGHAN 
President 

JUDY PRIMM 
Vice-President 

AILENE KIRKMAN 
Secreta ry-Trea su rer 



MINISTERIAL 
ASSOCIATION 

JOHN CARTER 
. President 

PERRY ENGLAND 
. Vice-President 

RAY SWINK 

Secretary-Treasufer 

MARION WORKMAN 

Chaofain 



RELIGIOUS COUNCIL E-rsSSs: 



CLYDE COLLINS 

MAURICE COUTURIER 

KENNETH CROUSE 

WANGNA RASH 

RAY SWINt; 

DEAN LINDLEY 




MODERN 
PRISCILLA CLUB 



JULE WARREN 

President 

EVELYN KEARNS 
Vice-President 

KATHLEEN HOWARD 
Secretary 

ELA KINSEY 
Treasurer 



"e tried and tried to take a presentable picture of 
the Jori^m rriscilla members, but each time a darn 
little -'remliii put his naufehtj fift over the catoera 
lens and sp^-a.led the photosraph. i.polocies to the 
¥. P. girls J 7,'e're so sorrj' that we cnwldn't feature 
you in 'this place that was reserved for your club. 

The blame should be placed on the cadets, y*ho brought 
those bad Kremlins to the canipus in the first place ; 



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CHEERLEADERS 

GENEVA CKOWDER 

Chief 

VIRGINIA BECK 

SYD ELKINS 
"PINKIE" HEDRICK 
VIOLET YOKELY 



DEBATERS 

OSWALD BLATT 
JOSEPH HELMREICH 

STAN FREEDMAN 
DOUGLAS HOLBROOK 

RAY SWINK 
JAMES TERRY 



MEDICAL CLUB 

DOUGLAS HOLBROO)C 

President 

LUTHER BROV^N 
Vice-President 

BOB GAYLE 
Secreta rv-Trea su re r 



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Conductor 

BOBBIE WILLIAMS 
Assistant Conductor 

PAUL MARSDEN 
Dfjm Major 

DOROTHY AND GRACE 

ALEXANDER 

Drum Majorettes 



H O ( 

ZeLtvtA PARNELL 
President 

NINA WHITAKER 
Vice-President 

LENA SALE 
Secretary 



ENGINEERS CLUB 

FRED KAPPELMANN 
President 

JOHN PERRY 
Vice-President 

JOHN PEELE 
Secretary 

RUSSELL NIXON 
Treasurer 





THE LIGHTED LOP 



Kenneth Crouse 
Josephine Deal 



MEMBERS 

Ruth Griffith 
M^fthfl Grey Micltey 



Zefma Parnefl 
Dorothy Presnell 



Membership in the Lighted Lamp, the only honor society on the campus, is the 
most coveted honor a student may receive. Not only must a student excel in scholar- 
ship, but also he must excel in character, leadership, and service. This honor can 
come to a student only in his junior or senior year. hHis scholastic average must 
drop no lower than a "B" during the five preceding semesters, and he must have no 
conditions or failures. Students are nominated by the members and elected by the 
faculty. This is an honor few achieve, and those v/ho do maintain such standards in 
character, leadership, scholarship, and service deserve such honor. Since the begin- 
ning of the society in 1 935, there have been only 46 members tapped. 



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JOSEPHINE DEAL 
RUTH GRIFFITH 
MARTHA GREY MICKEY 
MARIE PARKER 



ZELMA PARNELL 
DOROTHY PRESNELL 
KENNETH CROUSE 
BILLY HENDERSON 



THOMAS LINDSEY 
ROLAND LONG 
JAMES LOWDER 
BOBBY WILLIAMS 



WHO'S WHO 



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THE ZENITH 




BOLES 



LEWIS 





DOROTHY 


PRESNELL BOB tilRCHGESSNER 






Editor-in-Chief Business Manager 


EDITORIAL STAFF 






BUSINESS STAFF 


THELMA CARLBERG 






ALVIN BOLES 


CHARLES COFFEY 






WILLIS GUPTON 


GARNETT HINSHAW 






HARRY MAUSER 


eONNIE LEWIS 






BAYNE KEEVER 


MARTHA GRAY MICKEY 






JACK MINNIS 


LOUISE SMITH 






RAY SWINK 


D, L. USHER 






NELDA WIDENHOUSE 


CARLBERG COFFEY 


&UPTON 




HAUSER HINSHAW KEEV! 




MICKEY 



MINNIS 



SMITH 
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SWINK 



USHER 



WIDEKHOUSE 




THE H IPO 



RUTH GRIFFITH 
Editor-in-Chief 


BOB KIRCHSESSNER 
Busine;; Manager 












EDITORIAL 


STAFF 






VIRGINIA BECK 








THELMA CARLBERG 




GEORGE HUMPHREYS 








JUDY PRIMM 




NELDA WIDENHOUSE 








JAMES TERRY 




RUer PARKER 








OSWALD BLATT 




KATHRYN CROSS 








PHIL PARODI 




LERIA FREEMAN 








WAYNE CAGLE 




ARNOL SETZER 




BUSINESS 


STAFF 


DAMARIS TAUSSIG 




CHARLES COFFEY 








HUGH GOERNER 




ELOISE CECIL 








FRANK eOSTIAN 




BETTY HENDERSON 








JEDDY JOHNSON 



BECK 



BLATT 



BOSTIAN 



CARLBERG 



COFFEY 



CROSS 



FREEMAN 




HUMPHREYS 



PARKER 



PRIMM 



SETZER 



TAUSSIG 



TERRY 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Dr. G. 1h Humphries 



Mj$$ Jo Chapman 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Dr. C. R, Hinshaw 
Mr. C, V. Yow 

INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE 

Mr, C. V. Yow 
Mr. J. H. Allred 



Mr, N. P. Yarborougti 



Dr. E. O. Cummings 



COACH YOW 




The most evident function of the Al-hletic Council 
is its direct supervision over all athletic contests. Less 
noticeable, but far more important, is its task of ex- 
tending the athletic program to every student by 
means of the physical education classes and the intra- 
mural sports. In order to better promote an intra- 
mural program, the Intramural Committee was formed 
this year. With the cessation of many of the Inter- 
collegiate sports, intramurals have become even more 
important in the extra-curricula life of the college 
students. The task of guiding this phase of campus 
life has been assigned to this committee. 



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VARSITY SQUAD 



LeptowsLi 

Petacl: 

Webb 

Freerm^n 

Boles 

Lumsden 

SpinelEi 

Bow en 

Davis 

Lowder 

Long 

Varchola 

DiTullio 

Blaylock 

Weaver 

Cecil 



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Miner 

Beailey 

Whitehead 

Conrad 

Boles 

B. Berg 

H. Berg 

Kivett 

Cates 

Greeo 

Fedyshyn 

Reed 

Ha user 

MacAdister 

Zarbact 

Boyles 



RESULTS 

High Point 0: Milligan 

High Point 14; Catawba . . . 

High Point 0: Appatachian 

High Point . 0: Camp Davis 

High Point 50^ Guilford . . . 

High Point 0: Appalachian 

High Point 7: Catawba , 

High Point 0: Naval Apprentice 



6 
33 

27 
30 


44 
33 






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THE 1942 



MASCOT FREDDIE 



Guilford 0, High Point 50. Good old Guil- 
ford, what would we do if they ever discontinued 
football? Perhaps next year we should play them 
more often, so we can have more victories. Un. 
fortunately, we have to play other schools, and 
— as has been happening all too often — lose to 
them. 

We opened with an ine)!perienced team be- 
cause many of last year's reserves were gone. 
war having talten many from our rants, and lost 
to a fair Milligan College team, 6-0, 

Next, Catawba invited us over to their yard, 
and sent us back stinging from a 38-14 setback. 
They had plenty of power, but it looked for a 



while as if we were good, too, for we were lead- 
ing for most of the first half. 

The Panthers came back from Boone on the 
short end of a 27-0 defeat, completely out- 
classed and a victim of the "T" formation. 

Camp Davis added another defeat to a really 
fighting Panther team, with a 20-0 score. We 
should be proud of our fellows, though, for they 
were up against plenty of good college ball- 
players with All-Amerlcan ratings. 

Then came Guilford and victory; sweet victory, 
even if it was only over Guilford. The reserves 
were used freely, and even KIrchgessner and 
Sides played about half of the game. 



BEAZLEY 
DAVIS 



BLAYLOCK 
DiTULLIO 



SOLES 
FItEEMAN 



BOWEM 
LEPKOWSKI 



CECIL 
LONG 




FOOTBALL TEA 



Appalachian came down here and took the 
joy from, our first victory running up and down 
the gridiron to a 44-0 score. 

In our return game with Catawba, we went 
down under a 33-7 score, Catawba proving once 
again that the Panthers did not have enough 
power to stop thenn. 

The Panthers closed with a scoreless tie, before 
1 4,000 people at Newport News. They con- 
tinually thwarted scoring threats by the Naval 
Apprentice team, composed of many college 
stars. 

It is hard to keep up a fighting spirit on a 
losing team, but fellows like Joe Lepkowsici can't 
say quit. Joe was s fighting dynamo throughout 
the season and always fought harder when the 
chips were down. Alvin Boles, slight of weight, 
came In for plenty of punishment but kept fry- 
ing, too. Others like Petack, Lumsden, Bowen, 
Lowder, and Weaver played good ball, Raza- 




SEORSE NOSTRAND 
Manager 



ROBERT CORTEf! 
Manager 



nauskas, Varchola, Conrad, and Fedyshyn turned 
in stellar performances and deserve special men- 
tion. 

Next year we should play Vassar, St. Mary's, 
W, C, and &. C. — and, who knows, we may 
have a few victories. If not, there will be plenty 
of fun trying. 



LOWOER 



LUMSDEN 
SPINELLI 



MINER 
VARCHOLA 



PETACK 
WEAVER 



RAZANAUSKAS 
WHITEHEAD 




BASKETBALL 



This year's basketball squad was never 
in the top running. After last year's won- 
der team, we expected a falling off, but 
not to the depth that this squad experi- 
enced. However, Coach Yow was handi- 
capped when many of his hold-overs from 
the previous season failed to return. Then, 
when he did seem to get a team togeth- 
er, Uncle Sam needed the boys for his 
team, which was fighting a tougher bat- 
tle and for higher stakes. 

The fellows that finally did wear the 



fall to pieces, only to come to life too 
late. 

Captain Johnny Stasulli was the spark- 
plug of the team and played a fast, clean, 
heads-up type of ball. 'With him was 
LeRoy Clark, a real war horse, a dead- 
eye on shots, and a fast, shifty ball play- 
er, who was at home on any basketball 
court. Dick DiTullIo showed flashes of 
brilliant ball-playing and kept us in many 
a ball bame with his shots, but he lacked 
the coolness of Clark and Stasulli. Porter 




JOE LFPKOWSKI 



Panther colors tried hard, but lacked ex- played a steady floor-game but lacked 

perlence and seemed to lose their heads the scoring threat. 

when the going got tough. Continually It was at the center position that we 

In games, they would blow leads and then lacked an experienced player. Goerner 



1 S 4 2 - 1 9 1 3 



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CHAPPELL 


CLARK 


OiTULLtO 


SOERNER 


NO5TRAN0 


PORTER 


STASULLI 


5PIMELLI 


STROUD 


VARCHOLA 



played good ball, but lacked height and 
was not given the proper support of his 
teammates. Nostrand had the height but 
not the necessary experience, hie was 
continually faked out of position and was 
often not in position for shots which he 
could have made, hie deserves a lot of 
credit, however, for ringing up points on 
the Panthers' side of the scoreboard, 
Mike Varchola, Paul Chappell, Lynn 



Buck, and J. L. Polndexter saw service, 
but they were not quite ready for varsity 
ball, although Varchola did show a good 
eye in shooting long range baskets at dif- 
ferent times. With more playing experi- 
ence, these boys could make a fine win- 
ning combination. 

Thus we ended basketball season with 
some victories and, we must admit, more 
defeats. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY RUSKETRUL 

The High Point Kittens did not annount to much this year, the team be- 
ing made up of a few boys who simply wanted to get out on the court 
and play ball for the fun of it. There were several men who came out 
with a determination to advance to the Varsity squad, and whenever 
Coach Yow found his Panther ranks depleted by a call from some branch 
of the service, he brought up some of these yearlings to follow the play 
of the Blq Team from the bench, hie sent them into the lineup from time 
to time, when he felt that they could materially aid the team. Thus Chap- 
pell, Buck, and Polndexter found themselves called up from the J. V.'s in 
the early part of the season. Keeping this fact In mind, we can under- 
stand the poor showing of the Kittens with their tiny string of victories. 
Without apology or alibi, we can say that the Kittens were out there for 
the fun of it, and before the "main attraction of the evening," would 
■entertain the crowd with some "Brooklyn Dodger" type of ball-playing. 
Win, lose, or draw, the loyal Panther fans were always out rooting for 
them; and if the game got out of hand and they became victims of one- 
sided scores, the cheering section kept on rootin' and a-tootin' for them 
as if the conference title hung in the balance. 



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THE 1942 SOCCER TEA 



JOHNNY STASULLI 
LEO PAPPAS . . . 



Player-CoacK 

. . Captain 



tfOSTICA BORIA 
FRANK 60STIAN 
HUGH GOERNER 
CHARLES GREEN 
ROLAND GARMON 



JEFF HARMON 
REID HARRIS 
ROSS HEDRICK 
JOE HELMREICH 
RAY RIDER 



GABRIEL SABBAGH 



RESULTS 

High Point 7; High Point Y. W. C. A. 

High Point 6; Davidson 

High Point 0: N. C. Naval Pre-Flight 

High Point .... .3: University of Virginia , 



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WOMEN'S SPORTS AT 



SOCCER VARSITY 

Mildred Allen 
Geneva Crowder 
Jeanne Graff 
Dot+ie Kountz 
Dollie Liner 
Lillie Mae Moore 
Ethel Norton 
Doris Snyder 
Sally Smith 
Frances Thigpen 
Betty Welch 



HOCKEY VARSITY 

Mfidred AJJert 
Geneva Crowder 
Jednne Geatf 
Betty Deane Knox 
D^llie Liner 
Ethel NoHor 
Dofothy Presnell 
Ronda Sebastian 
Sally Sfni^h 
Margaret Long 
Dori^ Snyder 



VOLLEY BALL VARSITY 

Gr^ce Alexander 
Geneva Crowder 
Melba Gregory 
Betty Deane Knox 
EtheJ Norton 
Ronda Sebadlan 
Dorh Snyder 
Arnol Setzer 
Betty Welch 




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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




BASKETBALL VARSITY 

Grace Alexander 

Geneva Crowder 
June Dinktns 
N^ncy Isenhour 
Dotlle Kooniz 
Dallie Liner 



BADMINTON VARSITY 

Grace Alexander 
Geneva Crowder 
Lucflle Lanier 
Dorothy Presnelt 



SOFTBALL VARSITY 

Mildred Allen 
Geneva Crowder 
June Dfnfcins 

Johnnie Farfow 
Jeanne Graff 
Nancy I senhour 
Doftie Koontz 
Lucille Lanier 
Lillie Mcore 



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W M [ rS U H L [ T I C 

n s c I u 1 K 



"Let's beat the Sophs today!" cheered the 
seniors, staunchfy fryj'ng to defend ttneir honor 
on the hockey field. The Intramural qarnes 
caused much excitement armong the cJasses; the 
freshmen upset the serifor superiority in basket- 
ball, and the sophomores won the hoctey tour- 
nament. Volley bdll, Softball, ping-pong, soccer, 
tennis, and badminton were played by the girls, 
and almost every afternoon they came into the 
locker roonn dusty, tired, but happy from play- 
ing a hard game. 

The Wonnan's Athletic Association, under the 
able supervision of Miss Jo Cfiapman, popular 
physical education instructor, has sponsored a 
banquet and dance, ^nd has promoted bowling, 
hiking, and swimming. Every girl had to liave 
a required number of sports points to be 
eligible for membership. At their meetings 
once 3 month, the members plartried activities 
and initiated new girls into the association with 
an impressive ceremony. 

The joy of sports and outdoor life is the 
spirit which governs W. A. A., and one feels 
this friendly spirit as the girfs sit around a 
campflre singing softly in the shadows of the 
flickering fire. 



OFFICERS 

GENEVA CROWDER President 

MILDRED ALLEN Vice-President 

NANCY ISENHOUR Secretary 

GARNETT HINSHAW Treasurer 




MISS JO CHAPMAN 



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1861 



WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers for All Occasions 

5-5931 Phones 3-5459 




KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

Incorporated 
PHONE 4545 



Compliments of 

DELUXE DINER 



Compliments of 

SLANE HOSIERY MILLS 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 



1215 Ward St. 



Phones 4006, 44232 



ELLIOTT 
FLORAL COMPANY 

Phone 2586 
FLOWERS BY WIRE 




COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 



ANNOUNCEMENT 
BOB KIRSCHGESSNER, Business Manager, and DOT PRESNELL, Editor 

OF THE 

ZENITH OF 1943 

Are dissolving their partnership, having mutually agreed that they have no further 
opportunity to milk the students of their nickels and dimes. Mr. Kirchgessner will go 
back to his sandwiches and milk at the shipyards, and Miss Presnell will go back to her 
milking on her farm in Asheboro, where she can take those dern store-bought shoes off. 



FURNITURE 
CITY UPHOLSTERING CO. 

Incorporated 

DESIGNERS AND 

MAKERS OF THE 

"DALLAS" 

LINE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



BEESON HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

"Your Sporting Goods 
Headquarters" 



Without Printing Modern Education 
Would Be Impossible 

HALL PRINTING COMPANY 

PHONE 2385 



N. L GARNER, AGENCY 

PERFECT P- 

ROTECTION I* 

AYS ■" 



VERY WAY 
VERY DAY 



226 Professional Bldg. 



Phone 4648 



OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 



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TRAVEL BY BUS 

AND 
SAVE THE DIFFERENCE 



GREENSBORO-FAYETTEVILLE 
BUS LINE, INC. 

ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

NORTH CAROLINA 
THEATRES 

• CENTER 

• BROADHURST 

• PARAMOUNT 

• RIALTO 



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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THE 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

IN THIS ANNUAL 
WERE MADE By 

Daniel and Smith 
Studio 



134 Fa3?etteT?ille Street 



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FINE PORTRAITS 
PROMPT SERVICE 



Largest College Ametial 
Pliotograpliers In Tlie Soiitli 



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DRINK 



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IN BOTTLES 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

OF HIGH POINT 



SARTIN DRY CLEANING CO. 



Dial 4501 



1670-76 Eng. St. 



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DUTCH LAUNDRY. INC. 

Dial 3319 829-33 S. Main St. 



FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 

4^ ^^ njxtn^c 



DAIKY<^o«i 



'it's Our Pleasure to Serve You' 



WEST LEXINGTON AVE. 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



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. 



HIGH POINT, THOMASVILLE 
& DENTON RAILROAD CO. 

"Nothing But Service to Sell" 



Complimenls of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 



HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Lewis & Hoir 


Ties 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. 


H 


gh Point 


N. C. 


Phone 2879 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY 
COMPANY 



Phone 4507 



512 W. Broad St. 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 

5-10-25C Store 

High Point, North Carolina 



GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO. 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



3ldrU^e'5 



High Point's Quality Department Store 



Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

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



Compliments of 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 



Compliments of 

CHARLES DEPARTMENT STORE 

Ready-to-Wear and Fashion Merchandise 



Compliments of 

PRINCESS CAFE 



Compliments of 

S. E. HAUSER & CO. 



Compliments of 

BETTY LOU SHOPPE 

High Point's Leading Ladies' Store 

I I I South Main St. 



Compliments of 

AMERICAN BAKERIES CO. 



920 West Broad 



Compliments of 

RUBY'S JEWELRY STORE 



159 South Main 



rU^el 3 lA/ln Ike lAJcLr — 

AND MAKE ITA WAR WORTH WINNING! 

In the lifetime of the Class of '43 Electric Service in the Piedmont 
Carolinas has greatly modified Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and the 
hlonne. Business initiative and scientific farming give promise of even 
greater opportunities in the productive years ahead. 

May each of you find a worthy place in the enterprising world of 
tomorrow! 

DUKE POWER COMPANY 

General Office Charlotfe, N. C. 




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 



STUDENTS 

Welcome to Gibson's 

781 N. Main 104 N. Main 329 N. Main 



Complimen+s of 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 



Compliments of 

EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 

PEGGY ANN SHOPPE 





Compliments of 


HIGH 


POINT BARBER SHOP 




6 Barbers to Serve You 




300 N. MAIN STREET 



Compliments of 

ASIA RESTAURANT 



Compliments of 

BELK-STEVENS CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Congratulations From 

A FRIEND 



MANN'S 




CUT-RATE DRUG STORE 




HIGH POINT, N. C. . KANNAPOLIS, 
GREENSBORO, N. C. REIDSVILLE, 
THOMASVILLE, N. C. BURLINGTON, 


N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



Compliments of 

DIXIE HOT SHOPPE 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES 

Incorporated 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 4553 
Milk Butter Ice Cream 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO. 



All the Latest Records 



Compliments of 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 



Compliments of 


ANDERSON WEST END 


DRUG STORE 


1550 English Street 



Compliments of 

ROSAINE SHOP 



139 South Main 



Compliments of 

KOONTZ-McGHEE DRUG CO. 

308 South Main 
Opposite Post Office 



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. W. SECHREST AND SON 

Since 1897 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Dial 3349 




ACtHtlllEVIEMIENT UN ANY LIINIE 
Of IENDIE4V0IR. IIJItflllE NATlLill^L 
IKJEXlLilILT or AIBIILIITY AND 

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THE 1943 ZENITH 



INCOME 

Sale of boob $IIKOO 

Sale of staff nominations (to D. A. E. and Theta Phi) 600.00 

Faculty subscriptions -25 

Organizations •'° 

Bribes accepted for revealing May Queen (from Nelda) -12 

Bribes for putting snapshots In book • ■ 73.17 

Bribes for keeping certain snapshots out of book (from girls going with cadets) 705.00 

Advertisements 300.00 

Rent paid by Editor, including use of one lO-watt bulb (no wonder the book j, 

looks like this!) ' 53 

$1,794.85 

EXPENDITURES 

Printing , • ■ • $1,575.12 

Engraving 763.38 

Photographs 532.19 

Vitamin pills for Editor 19.20 

Sleeping pills for Editor .98 

Dinners (Steaks at the Princess for B. Mgr. and girl friend) 57.14 

Dinners (Chow Mein at the Asia for Editor and boy friend) 49.13 

Postage 699.99 

Shoes for myself . 6.50 

Ration Coupon No. 17 (bought from Presnell, who won't need shoes when 

she goes back to Asheboro) 7.50 

Nerve Tonic (Champagne, Vintage '03) 10.50 

Bribes to Professors to pass Editor and B. Mgr. (6 at $25) ....... 150.00 

Cost of help from staff 000.00 

Train Ticket (to get out of town before creditors get wise) 17.55 



(You add this column: 1 didn't have time) 
Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT F. KIRCHGESSNER, 
Business Manager 



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