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Z he Zenith 




PUBLISHED BY 
THE STUDENT 
BODY OF THE 



IGH POIN 



HIGH POINT 







DOROTHY LEE USHER 

Editor 

WILLIS GUPTON 

Business Manager 




COLLEGE 



NORTH CAROLINA 



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■■■ 



foreword 



In these years when we are surrounded by 
the erimness of war and our utmost efforts must 
be expended in doing our share toward winning 
first the war and then a lasting peace, it is won- 
derful to know that there is still a place where 
youth can strive to do all that, and at the same 
time play, dance, and be happy. This is our college. 

A college year is a thing to be treasured in 
the minds of people — young and old — so keep 
this book and look at it often now while you 



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are young, and in later years, when you want to 
look back over your college days, take it out, 
dust it off, and enjoy an hour or two of remin- 
iscence 

In these pages we, The Staff, hope to capture 
some of the memories of your college life which 
you will cherish through the years to come. We 
have been informal in the arrangement of this 
annual, but we are serious in the hope that it 
will serve well its purpose — that of bringing to 
you a pictorial record of the year. 

With this purpose in mind we present to 
you your own yearbook — The Zenith of 1944. 

The Editor. 









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d. ED miblilS 



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DEDICATION 



Fortunate is the community which counts as 
its greatest assets — MEN ! 

The Senior Class of High Point College ap- 
praises J. ED MILLIS and names him outstand- 
ing Industrialist, Civic Leader, Loyal Churchman 
and one of the First Citizens of Guilford County. 

To this friend of good causes we dedicate 

Zke 1944 Zenith 



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THE COLLEGE 



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ROBERTS HRbb 



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Dr. Gideon I. Humphreys 

President 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Resident Bishop Charlotte Area _ Clare Purccll, D.D 

President OF High Point College Dr. G. I. Humphreys, D.D 

W. A. Lambeth, C. K. Proctor, H. F. Hunsucker. C. C. Robbing, Jr., Charles W. McCrary, 

J. E. Pritchard. Mrs. M. J. YVrenn. 

Mrs. C. F. Finch, F. Logan Porter, J. M. Millikan. J. D. Williams, Mrs. Katie Rankin. 

G. Ray Jordan, Horace S. Haworth, H. A. Millis, G. II. Kearns, J. Clyde Auman, B. K. Millo- 

way, Ernest W. Teague. 

Paul N. Garber, C. A. Dillon. S. \V. Taylor, N. M. Harrison, L. F. Ross. 

OFFICERS 

II. A.'Millis. President High Point, N. C. 

F. Logan Porter, Vice President High Point, N. C. 

N. M. Harrison. Sec-Treas - - .High Point, N. C. 

COMMITTEES 

EXECUTIVE Committee: 11 A. Millis, Chairman; F. Logan Porter, II. F. Hunsucker. G. II. 

Kearns. Horace Haworth. G. I. Humphreys. 

Building and Grounds: Mrs. C. F. Finch, Chairman; E. \V. Teague, B. K. Milloway, C. W. 

McCrary. L. F. Ross, Mrs. Katie Rankin. 

FACULTY: G. I. Humphreys, Chairman; S. W. Taylor, J. E. Pritchard, Paul N. Garber. 

Honorary Degrees: J. C. Auman, Chairman; \V. A. Lambeth, C. K. Proctor, J. M. Millikan, 

J. D. Williams. 

Endowment: C. C. Robbins, |r.. Chairman; C. A. Dillon, G. Ray Jordan. 



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Nathaniel M. Harrison, A.B., B.D., D.D. 
Vice President 

Louise Adams. A.B., A.M. 
Asst. Prof. Mathematics 

J. IIobart Allked, A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Modern Languages 



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

Professor of History 

Alda T. Berry, A.B.. MA. 

Instructor Business Administration 

Carrie Brittain. A.B., B.S. in L.S. 

Librarian 



Elizabeth fo Chapman, B.S., M A 

Director Physical Education for Women 

Carl G N. Cronstedt. B.M . Ed MS in Ed. 
Instructor Music 

Edmund 0. Cummings B.S . Ph.D. 
Professor ol Chemistry 



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

Associate Professor Business Administration 

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

Si ■-, mi i ':■ En \nki in, A 15 
Instructor Physical Education and Mathematics 



R. Howard Gunn, A.B. 

Instructor, Business Administration 

Idyl Harville 
Dietitian 

Benjamin H. Hill, M.S.. Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 




THE F H C U li T y 



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Clifford Reginald Hinshaw, A.M., Litt.D. 

Professor of Education and Psychology 

E. Vera Idol, A.B., A.M. 

Professor of English 

Ada B. Johnson, B.S., M.S., M.A. 
Head of Home Economics Department 



Lucile Johnston 
Secretary to President 

Percy E. Lindley, A.M., Litt.D. 
Professor of Religious Education 

A. C. Lovelace, A.B., M.Ep. 
Assistant Professor of Education 



Mrs. Mabel Millikan 
Social Director 

J. IIarley Mourane, B.S., M.S. 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

G. M. Nichols. B.Ed. 
Instructor of Physics 



Franklin Riker 
Instructor in Voice 

R. L. Weaver 
Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 

Alice Paige White. A.B.. A.M. 
Professor of Greek and Latin 



Arthur S. Withers, A.B.. M.A. 
Professor of English 

Nathaniel P. Yarborough, A.B.. A.M. 
Professor of Modern Languages 

C. Virgil Yow, A.B. 
Director of Physical Education for Men 



Frank L. Fernendez. B.S. 

Instructor Physical Education 



IHE FRCUIiTy 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



SEMOR 

Ciiadi.es Coffey. President 
Dorothy Koontz 
Enola Sue Flowers 
Lillian Self 



JUniOR 



Wanona Rash 

Nancy Isenhouk, President 

Damaris Taussig 



SDPHOmORE 



Anne Paquet, President 
Marjorie Payne 
Helen Pierce 
Ruth Henderson 



FRESHmnn 



D. C. Freeman, President 
Annalee Ferguson 
Harry Jordan 
Jack Morris 



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Mildred Allen 
B.S. 

High Point, N. C. 
W.A.A.. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President. 3; 
Secretary, 4; Future Teacher's Club. 3; 
Nilcanthan Literary Society, 1-2; Gam- 
ma Club, 3. 

Eloise Stone Cecil 

A.B. Alpha Thcla Psi 

High Point, N. C. 
Hi-Po Staff, 3; Nikanthan Literarv 
Society, 1-2; W.A.A., 2; Honor Roll, 
1, 2. 3, 4; Future Teacher's Club. 3, 4; 
College Marshal, 3; Day Student Coun- 
cil, 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4; 
Who's Who. 

Nan Clapi» 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

High Point, N. C. 
Woman's College. U. N. C, 1; Arlc- 
mesian Literarv Society, 2; Miss High 
Point College, 3; I li-Po, 4. 

Charles C. Coffey 
A.B. Delta Alpha Kpsilon 

Hewlett, Virginia 
President of Senior Class. 4; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council, 4; Advertising Manager 
of Hi-Po. 3; Hi-Po Staff, 1-2; Zenith 
Staff. 1. 2. 3; Ministerial Association, 
1,2,3, 4; Choir, 1-2; Footlighters' Club, 
1-2; Thalean Literary Society, 1. 2, 3. 4. 

Clyde Collins 
A.B. Delta Alpha K.psilon 

Troutman. N. C. 
President ol Christian Student Move- 
ment, 4; Religious Council, 3; Senior 
representative to Student Council, 4; 
Who's Who, 4; Brevard Junior College, 
1, 2; Ministerial Association, 4. 

Kathehine Ckankord 
B.S. in Business Administration 

High Point, X. C. 
Alpha I heta Psi Sorority, secretary, 
3-4; Future Teachers, 3-4; Footlight- 
ers' Club, 1-2; Artemcsian Literarv 
Society, 1-2; Hi-Po, I. 

Kathhyn Cross 

A.B. Alpha Theta Psi 

High Point, N. C. 
Hi-Po, 2, 3. 4; Choir, 2, 3, 4; Arlemesian 
Literary Society, 2; Square Dance 
Club, 2; W.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Gamma Club. 
3; Future Teacher's Club, 3, 4; Re- 
ligious Council, 4; Zenith, 4; Day 
Student Council, 4; International Re- 
lations Club, 4; Marshal, 4; Order ot 
The Lighted Lamp, 4; Honor Roll, 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHNSIE FARLOW 
B.S. in Business Administration 

Sophia, X. C- 
Appalachian. 1, 2; W.A.A.. 3, 4. 




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SENIORS 



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Ella Nell Fletcher 
B.S. 

Winterville, N. C. 
E. C. T. C. 1; Nikanthan Literary 
Society. 2; I. R. C, 4. 

Enola Sue Flowers 
B.S. Theta Phi 

New Bern, N. C. 
International Relations Club, 4; Ni- 
kanthan Literary Society, Footlighters' 
Club. I; Gamma Club, 2; Band. 1, 2; 
W.A.A., 1, 2. 3, 4; Pres., 4; Hi-Po. 4; 
Vice President of Senior Class; Cheer- 
leader. 4; Senior Superlative; Candi- 
date for May Queen. 



Grace Mae Fraziek 
A.B. 

High Point. N. C. 
The University of North Carolina, 
1. 2, 3. 



Raymond Freeman 

Iota Tau Kappa 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 4; Senior Super- 
lative; Chemical Engineers Club, 1, 2; 
Honor Roll. I. 4; Football, I, 2. 3. 



Lucy Hortense Futrelle 
B.S. in Home Economics 

Pendleton. N. C. 
Alpha Theta Psi; Chowan Junior Col- 
lege. I, 2; Choir, I, 2; Modern Pnscilla 
Club. 4; Treasurer, 4. 

Edith Mae Glidewell 
A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Mayodan. N. C. 
Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2; 
Gamma Club. 3. 



Willis Gupton 
B.S. in Business Administration 

Hollister. N. C. 
Louisburg College, 1. 2; Zenith, 3; 
President of Student Government, 4; 
President of Boy's Dormitory. 4; Busi- 
ness Manager of Zenith, 4; Who's Who, 
4; Senior Superlative; Social Com- 
mittee, 4. 

Nell Hartman 
A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Advance, N. C. 
Artemesian Literary Society, ], 2. 



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Lucii.e Garnett Hinshaw 
B.S. Theta Phi 

High Point, N. C. 
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nikanthan 
I.iterarv Society. 1 ; Gamma Club, 2, 3; 
Treasurer, 3; W.A.A., 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Treasurer, 4; Student Government 
Representative, 4; Treasurer, 4; Class 
Vice President, 2; Zenith Staff, 3, 4; 
Medical Club, 2, 3; Pan-I lellenic Coun- 
cil Secretary, 4; I.R.C., 4; College 
Marshal, 3; Who's Who; The Lighted 
Lamp, 4; Future Teachers' Club, 4; 
Senior Su|>erlative. 



A.B. 



Frances Holton 
High Point. N. C. 



Clarice Hoover 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

Asheboro, X. C. 
Nikanthan Literary Society. 1. 2; 
Modern Priscilla. 1. 2. 3. 4; Secretary. 
4; Hi-Po Staff, 1; Gamma Club, 3; 
Future Teachers' Club. 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 4. President, 4; 
Girls' Dormitory Council, 4, President. 
4; Social Committee. 4; Student Gov- 
ernment, 4. 

SdlALLERT MYMALEE HOWARD 
A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A. S. T. C, 1; W.A.A.. 3; Honor Roll. 
2, 3; Gamma Club, 2; Future Teachers' 
Club, 2; Zenith. 3; IRC. 3. 



Martha Klixabeth Howell 
A.B. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Norwood Lee Jones 

Clayton. N C. 



Fred Albert Kappelman, Jr. 
Lynbrook, N. Y. 

MaBLE AlLENE KtRKMAN 

A.B. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Nikanthan Literary Society, 1; W'.C. 
U.N.C, 2; Future Teachers' Club. 3, 
4; Sec. Treas., 3; Choir. 3. 4; Vice 
Pres.. 4; International Relations Club. 
4; Girls' Dormitory Council. 4; Re- 
ligious Council, 4. 




SENIORS 



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Dorothy Koontz 
A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Lexington, N. C. 
W.A.A.. 2, 3; Treasurer. 3; Nikanlhan 
Literary Society, 1; Future Teachers' 
Club. 3; Gamma Club. 2; Class Secre- 
tary, 3; I I i Roll, 3; Candidate for 

May Queen. 

Bonnie Lewis 

B S. in Business Administration 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

High Point, N. C. 
Arlcmesian Literary Society, I; Foot- 
lig.ilcrs' Club, I;' Riding Club, 2; 
Honor Roll. 2; Zenith. 2. 3; Marshal, 3; 
Secretary of Student Body, 4; Pan- 
Mollonic Council. 4; Senior Superlative; 
Candidate for May Queen. 



J. C. Long. Jr. 
B.A. 

Seaboard. N. C. 
Ministerial Association. ."; Chaplain, 3; 
Thalcan Literary Society, 3; Honor 
Roll, 2. 3, 4; Secretary of Day Student 
Boys, 4. 



B.A. 



John Thomas Maidks 



Maysville, N. C. 

Thalcan Literary Society, 2; Minis- 
terial Association, 2, 3. 4; Honor Roll, 
2; Choir. 2, 3. 4. 



Mary Margaret McNeill 
B.S. in Home Kconoi.ucs 

Jonesboro, N. C. 
Piciffer Junior College, 1. 2; Modern 
Priscilla Club, 3, 4. 



Helen Meredith 
A.B. 

Trinity, N. C. 
The Lighted Lamp, 3; .Marshal, 3; 
Secretary oi Rchgous Council, 3; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 3; Honor Roll. 
2, 3. 



LlLLlE Mae Moore 
B.S. in Business Administration 

High Point. N. C. 
W.A.A.. 1, 2. 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms, 2; 
Nikanthan. 1, 2, Future Teachers, 3; 
Honor Roll. 1, 2. 3, 4; The Lighted 
Lamp, 4. 

Kthel Norton 

B.S. in Physical Education 

San Antonio, Texas 
W.A.A.. 1, 2. 3. 4; Tennis Team, 1, 2; 
Honor Roll, 3, 4; Gamma Club, 3; 
Senior Superlative; Future Teachers, 
3, 4. 



S E n I R s 



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John Edward Perky 
B.S. in Chemical Engineering 
Enfield. N. C. 



Margaret Nei.i. Price 
A.B. 

Kannapolis, N. C. 
W.A.A., 4; Nikanthan Literary Society. 
1. 2; Gamma Club. 3; Kuture Teachers' 
Chili, 4; Ili-Po. 4; International Rela- 
tions Club. 4; Zenith, 4. 



Lillian Sele 

A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Casar, N. C. 
W.A.A., 1 ; Nikanthan Literary Society, 
I; Gamma Club, 2; Kuture Teachers' 
Club. 2. 3. 4; Honor Roll. 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Class Treasurer. 4; The Lighted Lamp, 
4. 

Walter T. Sink, Jr. 
B.S, Delta Alpha Epsilon 

High Point, N. C. 
Band, I ; Chemical Engineers Club, 
1, 2, 3. 4; Soccer. 2. 



Clifford Eugene Staley 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering 
High Point. N. C. 

Roy Franklin Swink 

Lexington, N. C. 



Dorothy Lee Usher 
A.B. Theta Phi 

Toledo, Ohio 
Footlighters' Club, 1; W.A.A., 1. 2. 3, 
4; Nikanthan, 1. 2; Gamma Club. 3; 
Vice President. 3; Girls' Dormitory 
Council. 3. 4; Secretary. 3. President. 4; 
Honor Roll, 1. 2. 3.' 4; Hi-Po. 3. 4; 
Zenith. 3. 4; Editor. 4; Class Secretary. 
5; Marshal. 3; I. R. C. 4; Who's Who 
4; Senior Superlative. 

Agnes Lois Ward 
B.S. Tobaccoville. N. C. 

Brevard College. 1, 2; Choir. 5, 4; 
Modern Priscilla. 3. 4, Vice President. 
4. President. 4; Future Teachers' Club, 
4; International Relations, 4. 




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Nancy Ellen Gray Watson 
A.B. 

Pinnacle. N. C. 
Appalachian Stale Teachers College, 2; 
A Capella Choir. 3; W.A.A.. 3; Future 
Teachers' Club. 3; Honor Roll, 4; 
Senior Superlative. 

Ruth Nelson Wood 

A.B. Sigma Alpha Phi 

Dohson, N. C. 
A.S.T.C., 1; Gamma Club. 2; Future 
Teacher's Club. 2, 3; Zenith, 3; I. R. 

C, 3. 



Sue Woodruff 
B.S. Theta Phi 

Walnut Cove, N. C. 
Niltanthan Literary Society. 1 ; Gamma 
Club, 2; FootligWrs' Club. 1. 2; 
Honor Roll, 2. 4; Ili-Po_ Staff, 2, 3; 
Student Government, 2, 3; Vice Presi- 
dent, 3; Junior Representative, 3; 
Zenith Staff, 2; Who's Who. 



Seniors not shown: Hillard Bunn Ballard, Concord, N, C. ; Joseph Kent Bostick, Raleigh, N. C; 
Jessie McNeill Crutchfield. Burlington. N. C; Mildred I. Jones. High Point, N. C.J Judy Prim, 
High Point, N. C; Patsy Lee Sifford, Stanley, N. C; Lula Preston Smith. High Point, N. C. 



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First row: John Aycock; Kclith Crouse Bailey, Advance. N. C; Elsie Sharpe Barnhill, Enfield, 
N. C.j Blanche Alice Baxter, Fallston, N. C; Millie Lou Bell, High Point, N. C. 

Second row: Thclma Lucille Carlberg, Roselle, N. J.; John William Carter, High Point, N. C; 
Nancy Cornelia Clayton, Lexington, N. C; Eunice Clough, Riverwood, Mil.; Mary Ann Coe, 
High' Point, N. C. 

Third row: Virginia Lucille Cohen. Concord, N. C; Helen F. Colley, Wentworth. N. C; Billie 
Ruth Frazier, High Point, N. C. ; Irna Miller Free.lman, Bayonne. N. J.; Blanche Glover, 
Newsom, N. C. 



junior Class 



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First row: Emma Lois Hahn. Greensboro. N. C; Melton Edward Harbin, High Point, N. C; 
Margaret Hancock. High Point. N. C; Virginia Mae Hudgins, Winston-Salem, N. C: Margaret 
Ruth Hull, Cherry ville. N. C. 

Second row: Frances Josephine Ingram. High Point. N. C; Nancy Lou Isenhour, New London. 
N. C; Joseph Stephen Johnson. High Point. N. C.j Betty Deane Knox, High Point, N. C; 
Marguerite E\'elyn Koonlz. Lexington, N. C. 

Third row: James Leach; Agnes Catherine Minnis. Hillsboro, N. C. ; George Thomas Nostrand, 
Freeporl, N. Y.; Ruby Cornelia Parlter. High Point. N. C; Don Payne. High Point. N. C. 



dUniOR CLASS 



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First row: John Murchison Peelc, Rich Square, N. C; Robert Carroll Porter, Skokie. III.; 
Sarah Wanona Rash, Union Grove, N. C; Lena Sale, Elkin, X. C; Betty Veigh Smith, High 
Point, N. C. 

Second row: Hilda Margaretle Smith, Chapel Hill, N. C; Nell Arlene Steelman. Yadkinville, 
N. C.J Damaris Taussig, Tuckahoe, N. Y.; Ava Neil Taylor, High Point, N. C; Dina Joyce 
Taylor, High Point. N. C. 

Third row: John Floyd Taylor, High Point, N. C; Joseph Marion Taylor, Jr., Statesville. 
N. C; Mildred Elizabeth Wagoner. High Point, N. C; Betty Marie Welch, High P >int, N. C; 
Blanche Alma While, High Point, N. C. 



dUMOR CLASS 



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Aldndge, Maxine 

Allred, Clara Belle 

Bryant, Peggy 

Canady, Mary Frances 

Fogle, Edith 

Folger, Julia Lois 

Freeland, Lula Bryan 

I [arville, Cornelia Margaret 



Henderson, Alma Ruth 
llutchens, Sarah Elizabeth 
Inscore, Nellie Gray 
Jacobs, Ethel Joyce 
King, Sara Gilbert 

King, Betsy York 
Miller, Blanche Mane 
Paquet, Anne Jewel 



Payne, Marjorie 
Pierce, Helen Jvetta 
Rose, Evelyn Florida 
Rothroch, Doris 
Steidley, Phyllis Anne 
Sherrill, Mary Lucille 
Thomas, Julia Elizabeth 



SDPHOmORE GIRLS 



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Ah!, Jack Edward 
Allen, James Albert 
Auman, James All>ert 



Brown, Jolin Lester Lanier, Ilovles Glenn 

Foster, Jack Eller Leach, James Moore 

Jamieson, Herbert Morehouse Warlick, Raymond Aulierv 
Koonce, Arnold Jackson 



soPHomoRE Bays 



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Avalon, Gloria Frances 
Auman, Alice Ruth 
Allred, Margaret 
Anderson, Elizabeth 
Bass, Sara Louise 
Bailey, Irene Lawrence 
Beatty, Barbara Ann 
Brown, Carolyn Faith 
Bennett, Jane Delores 
Bingham, Irma Leigh 
Boyles, Prue Rebecca 
Bodenheimer, Nancy Joyce 
Boozer, Lila Faye 
Brooks, Norma Mac 
Bundy, Ruby Henrietta 
Burton, Beverley Mae 
Cagle. Wincie Meadows 
Coffin, Tharessa Lea 
Coggin, Mildred 
Carroll, Martha Barbara 
Cress, Elsie Pearl 
Davis, Joyce Gwendolyn 
Dodamead, M. Eleanor 
Doggett, Nancy Louise 
Ellison. Betty Hill 



Ferguson, Annalee Etta 
Ferguson, Edna Elise 
Foust, Pearl Annie 
Fuller, Mary Elizabeth 
Gamcwell, Mary Frances 
Gardner, Mary Blair 
Gibson, Geneva Aivis 
Grove, Edna Harriet 
Hedgecock, Mary Ann 
Hartman, Nan Volger 
Hoggard, Edna Marie 
Hough, Barbara Elizabeth 
Hemphill, Nora Frances 
Joyce, Claudia Louise 
Johnson, Helen Marie 
Jackson, Victoria Bernice 
Johnston, Carolyn Swaim 
Kearns, Marjorie 
Kearns, Carlene Elizal>eth 
Kernodle, \'erna Lee 
Kile. Dorothy Belle 
Leonard, Kathryn Christine 
Long, Inez Gay 
Macon, Ellen Halsey 
Martin, Prances Cornelia 



Mickey, Patsy Ruth 
Moser, Maria Antoinette 
Myers, Jewel Catherine 
Myers, Betty Reid 
McGhee, Phyllis Winona 
Olsen, J. Marie 
Osborne, Pauline Matilda 
Patterson, Mae Ola 
Piper, Mary Sue 
Price, Adelle 

Ross, .Margaret Rosemary 
Russell. Ruth Tucker 
Sebastian, Bettye Sue 
Slaydon, .Mary Madclene 
Smith. Alice Rachel 
Spencer, Elva Jeanne 
Starkey, Ann Dudley 
Thompson, Margaret Christine 
Trott, .Muriel Irma 
Upshaw. Florence Helena 
Ward, Betty 

Warren. Dorothy Evelyne 
York, Bertha Jeraleen 



FRESHmRII GIRLS 



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FRESHmnn Boys 



Auman, Harvey Clyde 
Blayloi k, Niirmaii Bill\ 
Dawson, Irby Carson 
Freeman, D. C. 
Gunn, Raymond McCawley 
High, Floyd Legrand 
Hipps. Robert Harold 
Hutchinson, Harold Eugene 
Hoyle, John William 
Jordan, Robert Harry 
King, Graham William 
Lawrence, John Louis 
Lewallon, Worth McCleary 
Marshall, Ralph 



Morris, Terry Jackson 
McPherson, Luther B. 
Patterson, Richard I.ee 
Shielils, Charles 
Sink, Henry D. 
Stoker, Lawrence Charles 
Tuttle, Richard Martin 
Warren. Clarence 
White, John Henry 
Williamson, Norvcl Faires 
Willard, Forrest Ray 
Williams, Joe Eugene 
Wyatt. Harold Walker 



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ORGRNIZHTIOnS 



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Ul R E n n blBRRRy 



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Student 
government 



|OHN PERKY 



.'3 

Wilms Gupton 



To the Student Government go our praises (or a year's work well clone. 1 he 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 John Perry, who graduated in January, and Willis Gupton, 
who was elected to serve as president for the second semester, dances, teas, and formal dinners 
have made our social life on the campus delightful. 




■I nasi Jill 



Auman, Patterson. Hin- 
siiaw, Lewis. Gupton. 
King. Fiieebman, 
Koontz, Cross. Carter 




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Upper left: Inscore, Hoover, Isenhour, Koonlz, Kirkman. 

Upper right: Gupton, Foster, Peele. 

Bottom: Carter, D. Taylor, J. Taylor, Parker, Cross. Long. 



'Dormitory Government 



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Clara Belle Allied. Nan Clapp. Edith Glidewell, Nell Hartman. 
Clarice Hoover. Mvmalee Howard. Ruth Hull. Nancy Isenhour* 
Dorothy Koontz, Marguerite Koonlz, Bonnie Lewis, Wanona 
Rash. Lillian Self, Patsy Sifford. Ruth Wood. Honorary mem- 
bers: Dr. Helen Bartlett. Mrs. P. E. Lindley, Miss Vera Idol. 



Sigma Alpha Phi 



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Jack Foster. Seymour Franklin, D. C. Freeman. Raymond 
Freeman, George Nostra ml. Bob Porter. Honorary members: 
Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, 0. A. Kirkman, Dr. P. E. Lindlev. A. C. 
Lovelace, C. V. Yow. 



fata Zau Kappa 



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Mary Ann Coc. Knola Sue Flowers. Julia Folger, Rulli Hender- 
son, Garnett I linsliaw, Sarah King. Betty Deane Knox. Ann 
Paquct, Marjoric Payne. Lena Sale, Doris Setzer, Louise Smith, 
Damaris Taussig, Dorothy Lcc Usher. Sue Woodruff. Honorary 
members: Miss Louise Adams. Miss Carrie Brittain. Mrs. N. M. 
Harrison. Mrs. N. P. Yarborough, Mrs. C. V. Yow. 



Zketa Phi 



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Eloisc Cecil, Kathrine Cranford, Kathryn Cross, Billie Frazier, 
Hortense Futrellc, Ruby Parker, Judy Pnmm, Dina Taylor. 
Honorary members: Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw, Mrs. S. O. Peebles, 
Mrs. Alice P. White. 



Alpha Zketa Psi 



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Harvey Auman. John Carter, Charles Coffey. Clyde Collins, 
Willis Gupton, Mellon Harbin, Harold Ilipps, Harry Jordon. 
Fred Kappelmann, James Leach, John Perry, Walter Sink, Joel 
Williams. Honorary members: J. H. Allred. Olin Blickens- 
dcrler, E. C. Glascow. 



'Delta Alpha Spsilon 



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OFFICERS 

President - Clarice Hoover 

Vice President Mary Ann Coe 

Secretary Ruby Parker 



The International Relations Club is a new organization on 
campus this year. Its charter enrollment was 32 members. 
Students from any class were eligible to join and l>e charter 
members in the new club under the supervision of .Miss Carrie 
Brittain, advisor. 1 he main purpose ol the club is to establish 
favorable relations between races and nations, and to under- 
stand them better. Two conferences were held during the year, 
one at Statesville, and one at Greensboro. Delegates were sent 
to each of them from the club, anil reports were given at club 
meetings on their return. 



jHternational Relations Club 



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OFFICERS 

]. II. Allred Permanent Chairman 

(iariK'tt I linsliaw Secretary 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Garnet t I linshaw Thela Phi 

Miss Louise Adams ThetaPhi 

Bonnie Lewis Sigma Alpha Phi 

Dr. Helen R. Bartlett Sigma Alpha Phi 

Eloisc Cecil Alpha Theta Psi 

Mrs. A. P. White Alpha Theta Psi 

Raymond Freeman Iota Tau Kappa 

Mr. A. C. Lovelace Iota Tau Kappa 

diaries Coffey - Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Mr. !. II. Allred.... Delta Alpha Epsilon 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is the controlling body of the six Greek letter social clubs on the 
campus. This council, winch consists ot one student member and one laculty advisor irom each 
club, provides active supervision of all the local Greek letter clubs on the campus. Their work 
includes the study of the constitution oi the council in order that it may meet present needs, 
and the enactment and enforcement ol regulations which concern all the clubs. 



Pan-Hellenic Council 



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I he cry. "Do I smell something burning?" is followed by a mad scramble to the Practice House 
kitchen to sec how the pie is baking. The oven door opens to reveal a delicately browned apple 
pie. The girls (lour seniors this year) gather around to set the table, and prepare one of the 
many meals they nave 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 lor 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 ot their 
efficiency; as Miss Ada Johnson, the home economics instructor, helplully repeats. "Clear 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. I hey work hard all day as all good housekeepers 
should, but (hey do have plenty of fun, and we suspect, plenty of good food. The girls who are 
enjoying the Practice House life are Clarice Hoover, Hortcnse Futrelle, Agnes Wood, and Mar- 
garet McNeill. 




Miss Ada Johnson 



Home Management Mouse 



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future Zcackers' Club 



Eloisc Cecil, President; Kathrvn Cross. Vice President; Billie Frazier, Secretary. 





Ay cock. Meredith. Lindley (Dean). Cross, Hipps, Carter. 



Keligious Council 



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Ministerial Association 



N. L. Oliver President; John Aycock, Vice President; Glenn Lanier, Secretary & Treasurer; 
Joe lavlor, Chaplain. 





Agnes Ward, President ; Sarah King, Vice President; Clarice Hoover, Secretary; Hortense Futrelle, 
Treasurer. 



Modem Priscilla Club 



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Cheer Ceaders 



Isenhour, Aldridge. Flowers, Koontz. 





Kathrvn Cross, President; Ailene Kirkman, Vice President; Norma Brooks, Secretary. 



Choir 



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OFFICERS 

Don Payne, President; Hilda Smith, Vice President; Betty Smith, Secretary and Treasurer; 

lolin T.iylnr. I'uMiiitv CI -man. 



Christian fellowship 



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Meredith, Cross. Self, Rash. Hinshaw, Coe. Pakkeu, Moore 



The Lighted Lamp, the only honor society on the campus, 
was organized in 1935 as a joint movement of the faculty and 
students to promote higher standards among the student body. 
Membership in The Lighted Lamp is the most coveted honor a 
student may receive. Students are nominated by the members 
and elected by the faculty. Requirements for membership are 
based on scholarship, character, service, and leadership. This 
honor can come to a student only in his junior or senior year. 
His scholastic average must drop no lower than a "B" during 
the five preceding semesters, and in his courses he must have 
no conditions or failures. Membership in The Lighted Lamp is 
an honor few achieve, and those who maintain such standards 
in character, leadership, service and scholarship deserve this 
honor. 



Zke lighted Camp 



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Top row: Eloise Cecil, Civile Collins. Willis Gupton. Second row: Garnett llinshaw, Norwood 
Jones, John Perry. Third row: Ray Swink, Dorothy Lee Usher, Sue Woodruff. 
Not shown in picture: Martha Howell, 



Who's Who 



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Collins 
Inscore 



Cross 
Paquet 



HlN'SHAW 

Price 



Zhc Zenith Staff 





Dorothy Lee Usher 
Editor 



Willis Gupton 

Business Manager 



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Paquet 


Al.DRlDGE 


Carlberg 


Carter 


Cross 


Hipps 


IsKSIlc IUK 


Knox 


Koontz 


Usher 



Hi-Po Staff 





Damakis Taussig 
Editor 



James Auman 

Business Manager 



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ATHLETICS 



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HRRRison Gymnnsium 



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Hinshaw 



Cll kPMAN 



Yak bo rough 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Dk. G. I. Humphreys 

Dr. C. R. Hinsii.au- 

Mr. C. V. Yow 



INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE 

Mr. N. P. Yauborough 
Mis ; Jo Chapman 

Mr. C. V. Yow 

Mr. J. H. Allred 

Dr. E. 0. CuMMINGS 



I he most obvious function of the Athletic Council is its direct supervision 
over all athletic contests. Less noticeable, but far more important, is its task 
of extending the athletic program to every student by means of physical educa- 
tional classes and the intramural sports. In order to promote a better intra- 
mural program, the Intramural Committee was formed last year. Because of 
the war and the ensuing manpower shortage many of the intercollegiate sports 
ha\ - e been set aside for the duration; thus have intramurals become even more 
important in the extra-curricular life of the college student. It is the Intramural 
Committee that guides this phase of campus life. 



HTHIiETIC flSSOCIHTIOn 



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Bill. Hoyle 
Manager 



I he Purple and White started the year as a green group of boys, inexperienced, 
but not lacking in natural ability and scrap. The season's opener saw High Point 
down Sedgelield Headquarters Squadron 39-37. Taking defeat at the hands of 
Catawba they next beat Guilford 39-35. The quint then ran up against experi- 
enced opposition that proved too much lor them in the remaining games ol the 
first semester. Among these teams was the smooth working B.T.C. No. 10 live, 
one ol the best service teams in the South. 

Revived by the return of Nostrand and Porter, two of last year's aces of the 
hardwood, the Panthers came back to smash Catawba 32-53. Inspired by this 
win, the Yowmcn deleated Appalachian twice, only to bow to the basketball 
team of Guilford College 30-32. The Mountaineers then journeyed to High 
Point to take more defeats at the hands of the Panthers. 

Seeking revenge for defeat, playing in Harrison Gym, the Purple and White 
downed Guilford 59-50. The season ended up in lour more wins for the Yowmcn; 
two from Morris Field and two from Charlotte "Y". 

Towering George Nostrand, six foot nine-inch pivot man, was a mainstay in 
the Panthers' wins. Bob Porter and Jack Foster were starting guards backed up 
by reserves, "Satchelfoot" Patterson and "Fleetfeet" Morris. Taylor, fast, 
high-scoring forward racked up many points for the Panthers, while Dawson, 
smooth floor man, held down the other forward position. 

Coach Yow's comment on this year, "We did all right", sums up the year. 



RTHbETIC RSSOGIRTIOn 



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Top row: Auman. Dawson, Foster. Freeman, Hutchinson, Jamieson, Kappelmann. 
Bottom row: Marshall, Morris, Nostrand, Patterson, Perry, Porter, Taylor. 



INDIVIDUAL POINTS 

Taylor ...221 

Nostrand 196 

Dawson 131 

Foster. 112 

Porter 91 

Kappleman 60 

Patterson 51 



Perry 43 

Morris 37 

Auman 22 

Hutchinson 12 

Jamieson — 12 

Marshall 9 

Green 8 

Freeman.. 



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Girls Uarsity 
Basketball Team 



Nancy Watson, Enola Sue Flowers, 
Nellie Gray Inscore, Nancy Isenhour. 
Ethel Norton, Nell Price. Virginia 
Cohen, Dorothy Koontz, Jeralcen York, 
Rachael Smith, Alary Ann Hedgecock, 
Joyce Davis, Betty Deane Knox. 




Girls Uarsity 
Volleyball Team 

Jo Ingram, Mary Sue Piper, Mary Ann 
Hedgecock, Johnsie Farlow, Betty 
Deane Knox, Betty Welch, Nancy 
Isenhour, Virginia Cohen, Nancy Wat- 
son, Ethel Norton, Mildred Allen. 
Edna Hoggard, Phyllis McGhee, Ruhy 
Parker, Dorothv Koontz. 




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Girls Uarsity 
Soccer Team 



Enola Sue Flowers, Nell Price, Nancy 
Isenhour, Dorothy Koontz, Virginia 
Cohen, Nancy Watson, Rachael Smith, 
Jeraleen York, Mary Ann Hedgecock, 
Joyce Davis. 



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UJOmEITS ATHLETIC HSSOCIHTIOn 

Enoi.a Sue Flowers - President 

Nancy ISENHOUR... - Vice President 

Mii.dk ed Allen Secretary 

Dorothy Koontz Treasurer 



Blanche While, Lillie Mae Moore, Virginia Cohen, Garnetl Hinshaw, Nancy Watson, Ethel 
Norton, Kalhryn Cross, Rell.v Welch, lohnsie Earlow. Ava Neil Taylor, .Mildred Allen, Dorothy 
Koontz, Ola Mae Patterson, Nellie Grey Inscore. Mary Ann lledgecocli. Betty Deane Knox. 
Dina Taylor, Edna Hoggard, Enola Sue Flowers, Ruby Parker, Virginia Hudgins, Dorothy- 
Lee Usher, Nancv Isenhour. 




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326th College Training Detachment 
1st Lt. Milton Wayne, Commanding Officer 



FEATURES 



Page 56 




COLLEGE SODH FOUNTHIR 



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Miss Snola Sue blowers 



SENIOR SPONSOR 



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Miss ^rletie Steelman 



JUNIOR SPONSOR 



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Miss Mmim ^Aldridge 

SOPHOMORE SPONSOR 



(Miss High Point College selected by A. Varga, artist. Esquire Magazine) 



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Miss ftettye Sue Sebastian 



FRESHMAN SPONSOR 



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mRy DRy - IS44 

Enola Sue Flowers, Queen 



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mDRSHRLS 



Kathryn Cross 
Mary Ann Coe 



John Carter 
Chief 



Marguerite Koontz 



Helen Meredith 
Nancy Isenhour 



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CUPID'S 




COURT 





( Upper Left) 

BEST ALL-AROUND 

Dorothy Lee Usher 
Willis Gupton 

i Lower Left) 
MOST ATHLETIC 

Ethel Norton- 
Raymond Freeman 



(Upper Right) 

MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Garnett Hinshaw 
Eugene Staley 

(Lower Right) 

MOST POPULAR 

Bonnie Lewis 
Willis Gupton 



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(Upper Left) 
BEST LOOKING 

I'm in'nik Lewis 
Willis Gupton 

(Lower Left) 
MOST FRIENDLY 

Nancy Watson 
Willis Gupton 



(Upper Right) 
BEST SPORTS 

Enola Sue Flowers 
Willis Gupton 

(Lower Right) 
MOST ORIGINAL 

Dorothy Lee Usher 
Clyde Collins 




4 




J Zypical Week in 



On Sundays we all dress and primp 
Then off to church like a flying blimp. 
Mondays back to class we head 
And study till we're nearly dead. 
Tuesdays you can always detect 
We go swimming and look like heck. 







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a College 'Dormitory 



Now Wednesday is the bumming day 
So off to town we go and stay. 
Thursdays, sun baths we often take 
We lie and burn till at last we bake. 
On Friday most of us are happy 
For home we go to mammy and pappy. 
The remaining ones on Saturday date 
Around the campus till the hour is late. 






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STUDENTS 

Welcome to Gibson's 

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



COMPLIMENTS OF 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Efird's Department Store 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ASIA RESTAURANT 



JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

BOOKS, STATIONERY AND 
OFFICE SUPPLIES 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RICHARDSON DEPT. STORE 

S. Main High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

H. P. HARDWARE CO. 



CENTRAL SERVICE STATION 

"STOP FOR SUPER SERVICE" 
247 S. Main St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

BELK-STEVENS CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



ELLIOTT 
FLORAL COMPANY 

Phone 2586 
FLOWERS BY WIRE 



SHACKELFORD'S 

men's wear 

Custom Tailors 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

DELUXE DINER 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

YOW'S FUNERAL HOME 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 







COMPLIMENTS OF 








N. 


H. 


SILVER, INC. 






129 S. 


Main 




High Point, 


N. 


C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 

300 N. Main High Point, N. C. 



See 

GUPTON'S, INC. 

FOR 

"Best in Advertising and Salesmanship" 
Willis Gupton, Prop. 



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L: 



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KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

incorporated 

Phone 4545 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY 
COMPANY 

Phone 4507 312 W. Broad St. 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 

5-l»-25c STORE 

High Point, North Carolina 



GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



North State Telephone Co. 

SERVING HIGH POINT AND VICINITY 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RUBY'S JEWELRY STORE 

159 South Main 



Compliments of 

BETTY LOU SHOPPE 

High Point's Leading Ladies' Store 
111 South Main St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

PRINCESS CAFE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CHARLES 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Ready-to- Wear and Fashion Merchandise 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CECIL'S DRUG CO. 



Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

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



MANN'S 
Cut-Rate Drug Stores 



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



Kannapolis, N. C. 

Reidsville, N. C. 
Burlington, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

DIXIE HOT SHOPPE 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES 

INCORPORATED 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 4553 

Milk Butter Ice Cream 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 



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Drink 




in Bottles 

Coca-Cola Bottling Company 
of High Point 



McLeod's Esso Service 

STANDARD DEALER 

* 
E. V. McLEOD, Prop. 

Phone 3932 South Wreen & Green St. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



N. L. GARNER, AGENCY 

VERY WAY 
VERY DAY 

Phone 4648 



P 



ERFECT 

ROTECTION 

AYS 



e: 



226 Professional Bldg. 

• * 
OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



BEESON HARDWARE 
COMPANY 



YOUR SPORTING GOODS 
HEADQUARTERS 



WRIGHT-CLINE 
SHOP, INC. 

122—308 N. Main 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

BURRUS 
HOSPITAL 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



LET'S WIN THE WAR— 

AND MAKE IT A WAR WORTH WINNING! 

DUKE POWER COMPANY 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

In the lifetime of the Class of '44 Electric Service in the Piedmont Carolinas has greatly 
modified Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and the Home. 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! 



General Office 



Charlotte, N. C. 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



ALL OUT FOR DEFENSE 

Courses Geared to Wartime and Postwar Reconstruction 

For Further Information Apply to 

PRESIDENT OR SECRETARY OF ADMISSION 



FOR QUALITY DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 




dairy™** 



'It's Our Pleasure to Serve You'' 



WEST LEXINGTON AVE. 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 



IHE good will of men, women, 
1 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 
recogni2gd and our ability to do this 
is established. 



HIGH POINT, 

THOMASVILLE & DENTON 

RAILROAD CO. 



Nothing But Service To Sell" 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

CLOVER HILL FARM DAIRY 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHERN MOTOR 
COMPANY 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER 
COMPANY 

1215 Ward St. Phones 4006, 44252 



Lewis & Holmes Motor Freight 
Corporation 

High Point, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. 

"Serving the Southeastern States" 
High Point Office Phone 2879 



WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

Phone 2807 

114 East High High Point, N. C. 



a 



GJrieu 



leud 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 
THEATRES 



CENTER 

PARAMOUNT 



BROADHURST 
RIALTO 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CANNON-FETZER CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CO. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments op 

ANDERSON WEST END 
DRUG STORE 

1550 English Street 



NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 

"The College Cleaners" 



A FRIEND 



SHOP AND SAVE AT 

SEARS, ROEBUCK 

High Point 



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

Wagger Jewelry Company 

Elwood Hotel Corner High Point, N. C. 



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>$'Vl>v '* 



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THRIFT IS ESSEHTIAL FOR IHTELLIGEHT CITIZENSHIP 

HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 

Serving Since 1905 
member federal deposit insurance corporation 



J. W. SECHREST & SON 

Since 1897 

* 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Dial 3349 



STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

BOOKS — SCHOOL SUPPLIES — REFRESHMENTS 
OFFICIAL COLLEGE RI^GS AND JEWELRY 



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PHOTOGRAPHY 

for ZENITH by 

H. Theo. Lewis 

Asheboro, N. C. 





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f i n n n g i n l strteiiient 

'44 ZENITH 



OF 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



Expenditures : 

Photography $ 200.00 

Transportation for Editor and Business Manager 25.00 

Bribery to Specific Sources 20.00 

Reimbursements to Business Manager: 

Shoe Soles 5.00 

Tip to Ration Board 5.00 

Aspirins, dope and Champagne to relieve mental strain 25.00 

Bribery to Faculty members for allowing Business Manager 

to cut classes 50.00 

A Neat Corsage (Four Roses) 10.00 

Printing ~ "My Gracious" (?) 
Engravings 600.00 

Total... $2300.00 



Income : 

Student Subscriptions $ 300.00 

H.P.C. Allowance "Oh my, again" 

Bribery from Students to omit certain masterpieces 50.00 

Income from Advertising 600.00 

A very generous Faculty donation .25 

Total $1500.00 



To find the net results, please subtract the total income from the total ex- 
penditure. Here's hoping that you can substract; I can't, at least I don't have 
the nerve. 

Truthfully submitted, 

WILLIS GUPTON 
Business Manager 



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PRINTIXG COMPANY 



tETlgcowCbS • COMPLETC I 



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HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA