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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1945, High Point College"

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CONTENTS 



Book I - - - 


Zhe College 


Book II - - - 


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Book III - - 


• - Organizations 

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Book IV - ■ 


• - Athletics 

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foreword 



Much has happened since that dav four years ago, 
when one hundred and ninety-six freshmen unpacked their 
suitcases and registered at Roberts' Hall. The thought (it 
living together for four years was thrilling, and many things 
were to be done. There was so much ahead of us! Of course 
we were green for a while, but before long we learned our 
way around and began to feel that we were a part of the 
college. Then came those terrible daws when main of our 
fellow classmates left us to join the armed forces. We were 
heartbroken at the thought, but the bows themselves took it 
bravely. Although we who remained have missed them, the 
memory of the happy times we have had together will 
always be with us. 

High Point College will always hold a place deep 
in our hearts. We have grown to love the college, the stu- 
dents, the faculty, and all that is a part of it. May this book 
Serve to keep fresh in our minds forever memories of our 
friends, our teachers, and our college. 

Mio and Dee. 



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Dedicated to the 
Memory of 



WILLIAM SCOTT DAVIS, 21 

Melbourne, Fla, 

Army Air Corps 

Killed in action over Germany 

April S3, 1944 



* "Our Classmates" * 




GEORGE EMERY HUMPHREYS, 20 

High Point, N. C. 

Field Artillery Battalion 

Headquarters, Battery 127th 

Killed in action in German} 

November :?. 11144 



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IN RECOGNITION OF THE MEMBERS OF THE 

GLASS OF 1945 WHO LEFT COLLEGE 

TO JOIN THE ARMED FORCES 

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William Quinton Anderson 
Tom Hughes Beasley 
William Morrison Beaver 
Nixon Ingram Bingham 
David Lee Bouldin 
Oren T. Boyles 
James Luther Brown 
Albert Wayne Cagle 
Jack Rogers Cecil 
Stanton David Cecil, Jr. 
Ollie Hayes Clark 
Hebron Finley Coble 
Harold Thomas Conner 
Maurice George Couturier 
William Clayton Craven 
James Robert Daniels, Jr. 
William Scott Davis 
Harold C. Dixon 

Alex Nick Drakos 



Perry William England 
James Franklin Fowler 
Donald Lee Freeman 
Richard Howard Ginther 
William Branum Hall, Jr. 
George Everett Harper 
James Sunimey Harris, Jr. 
William Douglas Holbrook 
Raleigh Andrew Hunt 
George Emery Humphreys 
Robert Linville Hutchens 
James Edward Kennedy 
Edward Knight 
William Byrd Lackey 
Bill Langley 
Robert Jefferson Lilly 
Henry Edward Linthicum 
Robert Thomas Lloyd, Jr. 
Jesse Frank Minnis, Jr. 



Fleming Howard Moran 
Robert Dellinger McCall 
Robert James McGinn 
Charles Anderson Noell 
Garnett Adrian Pollock 
William Albert Price 
Raymond John Rider 
Walter Richard Smith 
Henry Andrew Stroud 
Francis Millard Terry 
James D. Terry 
Robert Grayson Vaughan 
Lindsay A. Weaver 
Darrell Lee Welborn 
Eugene Martin Wiley 
Russell Menese Williard 
Johnie Woodrow Wilson 
John Charles York 
Luther J. Yow, Jr. 



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SECTION 1 




President Gideon Ireland Humphreys 
A.M., D.D., LL.D. 



Board of Zr us tees 

II. A. Mii.lis — President 

"V \l. Harrison Secretary-Treasurer 

Rev. J. Clyde Auman G. Ray Jordan. D.O. F. Logan Porter 

Mrs. C. I'". Fincll Mrs. P. R. Rankin C. K. Proctor. D.D. 

N. \l Harrison. D.D. Charles W. McCrary L. F. Ross 

II. I'. Hunsucker J. M. Millikan C. C. Robbins, Jr. 

G. II. Kcams II. A. Millis S. W. Taylor, D.D. 

C.A.Dillon Horace I lawortli J. D. Williams, D.D. 

W.A. Lambeth, D.D. Bishop Clare Purcell Mrs. M. J. Wrenn 

Bishop Paul N. Gaiber J. E. Pritchard, D.D. Krncst \\ . league 

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Nathaniel M. Harrison 

A.B.. B.D., D.D. 

Vice President and 

Director of Public 

Relations 



FACULTY 




Louise Adams 

A.I!.. A.M. 

Professor of Mathematics 




|. I Iobari Al.I.Ull) 

A.i:.. A.M. 

Professor of Modern 

Languages 




I Iei.kn R. Bakti.i i i 

A.M.. Ph.D. 
Professor of I listory 




Alda T. Berry 

A.B.. M.A. 

Instructor of Business 

Administration 




Elizabeth Jo Chapman 

B.S., M.A. 

Director of Physical 

Education for Women 




Edmund O. Cummincs 

B.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 




Ernestine Fields 
B.Mus., U.S., M.Mus. 
Instructor of Music 




Mrs. Lillian M. Green 

House Mother of Boy's 

Dormitory 



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It. Ill IN \lih I '.I N\ 

A.B. 

Instrih tin ill Business 

Administration and 

Bursal 





l.l'l II I I |ll|l\SIIIN 

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Assist. nit Bursal and 

Secretary to IVsuliiil 




Invi I Iakv ii.i-i-: 
Dietitian 




Cl IFFORD Hi Cm M D 


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Professoi of Education 

anil Psyi llologA 


A.B..A.M. 
Professoi of English 




I'tKCY E. l.IMM I V 

a \i i.itt.n. 

Professor nf Religious 

I dm itiini. Dean 




Hi njamin II. 1 1 1 1 I 

M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biologj 



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Ada B. Johnson 

U.S.. M.S.. MA. 

I lead nf I liiinc 

Economics Department 






Mrs. Km iihvn Maki.kv 

House Mother of 

< larrett House 



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|. Harlev MoriiWi 

U.S.. M.S. 

Professor of Chcmistr) 

and Physics 




Franklin Hiker 
Voice Instructor 




( )i i\ in Suiosi 
B.C.S.. Ph.D. 

\sS0eiate Plolosol nl 

Business Administration 



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Mus, Curtis Smi i hdi m 


Alici Paige \\ m re 


B.Ed., MA. 


Instructor of Ail 


A B. A.M. 


Social Director and 




Librarian and Profcssoi 


Associate Professor of 




of Creek and Latin 


Education 








\l( I lll'l! S. \\ I IIIKRS 

A.B.. M.A. 
Professor of English 




Nathaniel P. 

Y VRHl IKOI'I.M 

A.B.. A.M. 

Professor of Modem 

Languages and Registrar 




C. Yirc.ii. You 

A.B. 

1 )irector of I'ln sical 

Education for Men 



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SENIOR 



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Senior Class Officers 

Ava Neil Taylor President 

Nancy Isenhour .. Vice President 

Wansie Rash .. Secretary 



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(amis \i hiki Allen 

BIRMINGHAM, \l \ 

AH. 
Birmingham Southern College. 1.2: 
Ministerial Association, 3.4: Honoi 
Roll. _, 



James /Albert Auman 
seacrove. n. c. 
A.B. 
1'halcan. 1; Ministerial Association. 
Secretary, 1. Chaplain. 1.2.3,4; Student 
Council, 2; Varsity Basketball. 5: Hi- 
I'o liiisiness Manager. 5; Zenith Staff.4. 



fOHNNlE D. AYCOCK 

I II III ION. N. C. 

A.B. 
Choir. 1; Ministerial Association, Chap 
lain. 1. Vice President. 2.3. President. 
4; Religious Council. 3,4; Hr-Po, 3; 
Zenith, 4. 



I.iii 1 11 Grouse Bailey 

ADVANCE. N. C. 

B. S. in Music 
Nikanthan Literary Society. 1; Gamma 
Club, 2; Choir. 1.2.3.4; Harrison Piano 
Award. 2. 



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Blanche Baxter 

FAIXSTON. N. C. 

A.B. 
I'feiffer Junior College. 1; Gardner 
Webb Junior College, :; Future Teach 
ers' Club. 3; International Relations 
Club, 3; Honor Roll. 3. 



Nancy Clavi on 

lexington, n. c. 
A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 
I'fciffer Junior College. 1,2: Senior Su 
perlative; Honor Roll, 4. 



John Carter 

•1 \M I Will I . ,\. I . 

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Delta Alpha Epsilon 
University ol North Carolina, 



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Chi Fraternity, Student Government, 
2.5; President of Daj Student Boys, 
1,2; Ministerial Association. President, 
2.4; Chief Marshal, j: Religious Coun 
eil, 3.4: Zenith, 3, Co Business Man 
ager. 4; Who's W 1)0, 4. Senior Super 
lative. 

Eunice M. Glouch 

ItlDI.HWOOl). Ml). 

All. 

Western Maryland College, i,a; Inter 

national Relations Club, 3; III Po Staff. 
3: Choir. 3.4; \\ . \.\ . 4: Zenith Staff. 
-I Hanoi Roll. 4. 




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Mary Ann Coi 
men point, f. < 

\ II 
Theta I'hi 

\ikiiKM.in. i, (.'.annua Club Secretary. 

:: International Relations Club, Vice 
President, 3; Future Teachers' Chi 1 ". 5; 
Student Government, rreasurer, :; Hi 
I'd. y, Marshal, ;. Lighted Lamp, y^j 
Pan I (ellcnii Comu il, $ Zenith, Co 
liusiness Manager, 4: \\ ho's Who; 
llniiiir Koll. 1,2.3,4; Candidate E01 
\1.11 Queen, 

Chari is IM m mh.i Coi i 

\siii BORO, N i . 

H s in Business Administration 

lata I an Kdl'/hi 

Mcrothwian, 1.;: Class Treasurer, 1; 
Class President, ;. Chief Marshal, ^. 
Boys' Dormitorj Council, President, j. 
Zenith Staff. 4. Student Government, 
4: \\ ho's Who; Senior Superlative. 



YiKoiMA L.ucn 11 Cohen 

CONCORD, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Pfeiffer |unior College. 1,2: Interna 
Imiial Relations Club. 3: W.A.A. 1a 
ecutive Hoard. ^; Vice President, 4,; 
Honor Koll. 3,4; Senior Superlative: 
Candidate for Mav Oneen. 



Helen Frances Coli.ky 

RhlDSVll.l B, S. c. 

\.H. 

Queens College 1,3; Alpha Gamma 



Helta Sorority, 



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BlLLiE Kuril l'u\/ii u 

MM. II POINT, N. C. 

A.B. 
Mpha Theta Psi 

Cliinr. :; Future Teachers' Club, } 
Honor Roll. i ,:,3,4. 



\l VRTUA I I A/.l 1. I I.WIM 

urn M i I3\ ii i i . v ( 

B.S. in I lome Economic s 
Nikanthon Literary Society, 1,2; Hi Po, 
i; Modem Priscilla Club, u, Sccrc 
larv. 4: WAV. 4; Choir, 4: II01101 
Roll 3,4. 



\l \IU.\UI I 1.1 I II II. I I AM 0< K 

iik. 11 POINT, n. c. 

VB. 

Stratford College, 1,2; Fli-Pe Staff, 3 



Melton Edv uid 1 1 utBi m 

c. MM S\ H I I . 1. \ 

A.B 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Voting Hams [unior College, 1,2; Mm 

istcrial Association, ;..). Zenitl) Stall 

4; Senior Superlative; Honor Roll, 4 




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Lois IIohn 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

All. 
Alpha llwta P.si 

Woman's College. Universih ol Nnrth 
Carolina, 1.2; Choir. 2.: Honor Roll. 



Frances Hoi.ton 

MICH POINT, N. c. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Sullins College, »,a; Gamma Club i- 

Future leathers' Club. , ,.; Hi-Po »■ 

Honor Roll. 4. ?n ' >' 



VIRGINIA IIiux:ins 

WINSTON SA1 1 M. \, c. 
A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 
Nikanrhan Literarj Societj', 1; Gamma 
Club, 2; Future Teachers' Club. -5, 
Women's Athletic Association. 1.2.5.4. 



Margaret Ruth Hull 

CIIERHYVII.il;. \. C . 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

Nikanthan Literary Society. 1; Gamma 
Club. 2; International Relations Club 
2; Honor Roll. 1.2. 



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Frances Jo Ingram 

men point, n. c. 

U.S. in Physical Education 

Theta Phi 

Duke- University. 1.2; Kappa Delta 
Sorority. W.A.A., ^.^; Marshal, 2.; 
Zenith Staff, 4; Honor Roll. 2,-4; Who's 
Who. 



Ethel J oven Jacobs 

NKW YORK. N. Y. 

A.B. 
Theta Phi 
Gamma Club. 1; Internationa] Rela- 
tions Club. 5: Hi-Po Staff. 3,4; Zenith 
Staff. 4; Women's Athletic Assoeia 
tion. 4; Honor Roll. 5. 



Nancy Lou Isenhoub 

NEW LONDON, N. C. 

U.S. in I'lnsiial Education 
Sigma Alpha Pin 
N'lkantliju. 1; Footlighters, IJ Band. 
1,2; Cheerleader, 2.; Future Teachers' 
Club, 3; Hi-Po, 2, Marshal, 2; Dormi 
tory Council. Treasurer. :. Vice Presi- 
dent. 2,; Honor Roll, 5.4; Class Presi 
dent. 5; Vice President, 4: \\ A. A., i, 
Secretary, 2. Vice President, 2.. Presi- 
dent. 4; Boys' Basketball Varsity, a; 
Who's Who, Senior Superlative; Can 
didate for \la\ Queen; Lighted Lamp. 

Bi 1 iy Dean Knox 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 
Theta Phi 

Artemesian Lite-ran Society. 1; Gamma 
Club. 2: Women's Uhlctic Association. 

1.2.2.4; Hi To Staff. 2. Zenith Staff, 4. 

I lonor Roll. 2.4. 




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Marguerite Evelyn Koontz 

I I SINC I'ON, N. C. 

A.B. 
Sigma Alpha Phi 

Nikantlwn, l. Band, i; Choit. 1.2,3; 
Future Teachers' Club, 5. Dormitory 
Council. Secretary, 3. Student Govern 
incut, Vice President, 5. Marshal, 3. 
Chief Cheerleader, 3.4; II1P0. 3.4; 
Honor Roll. 3.4; Pan riellenu Council, 
.4; Zenith, Co-Editor, 4; Who's Who, 
Senior Superlative; Lighted Lamp, 4. 

Rub? Parker 

men point, n. c. 
U.S. in Business Administration 
Alpha Theta Psi 
Artemesian, 1; Class Historian, 1; Class 
Secretary, 2; Gamma Club. :-. Choir, :. 
Hi To. i.2.4: WAV. ;.;.4; Day Stu- 
dent Government, 2.3; President. 4; 
International Relations Club, Secretary, 
3; Lighted Lamp. 3.4; Honor Roll. 1,2, 
3.4: Student Council, 4; Pan Hellenic 

Council, 4. 



Hon 1 Gj inn Lanier 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 
AJB, 

International Relations Club. :; Minis 
terial Association, Secretary and Tieas- 
nrer. 2,3. Vice President. 4, IliPo. 
Assistant Co-Editor, 4; Chief Marshal. 
4. Senior Superlative; Honor Roll, 4. 



Don Paynf. 

fHCH POINT. N. c. 
A.F). 
Asbury College, 1,2; Ministerial ASSO 
ciation, 3.4. 



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John Murchison Peele 
rich square, n. c. 

B,S. in Chemical Engineering 
Engineers' Clul>. 1,2.3; Boys' |ln|1111 
tory Government, 3.4. 

Sarah Wanona Kami 

UNION' CKOVK, N. G, 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha I'hi 

Nikanthan, 1; Foothghters, 1. Gai i 

Club, :; Choir. 1,2; Future Teachers 
Club. 3; Religious Council. Secretarj 
:. Vice President, 3,4: \\ \ V. 3. So. 
retary, 4: Dormitorj Council, President 
4; Chiss Secretary, 3.4; Lighted Lamp 
3.4: Senior Superlative; Honor Roll 
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1 1 III EN I'll m 1 

on. 11 POINT, N 1 . 

\.H. 

Class rreastirer 2; Hi I'd. Staff, 5.4. 

II Roll, 1.2.3.4 ZemMi St:ifT. 4 

\\ he's Who. 



Lena Sai i 

1 I ki\. \ 1 

U3, 

/ heta Phi 

Nikanthan Literan S01 iety. 1. Gamma 

Club, : C I 1, Secretarj', 1.3.4: In 

ternational Relations Club. 5. Girls 
I lormitotv Conni il. 4; I [onor Roll. 3.4. 
Quartet, 4. 




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TROll I MAN. N. C. 

A.B. 

Gamma Club, i: Choit, i; Christian 
Student Organization. Secretary, :: In 
temational Relations Club. 2: Future 
Teachers' Club, 2; Girls' Dormitory 
Council. Secretary. 3; Class Treasurer, 
j; Marshal, 3. 



Patsy Sifford 
si imkv, n. c. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Sigma Alpha Phi 
Artemesian Literary Society, 1,2; Wom- 
en's Athletic Association. 1.2: Girls' 
Dormitory Council. :; Class Secretary. 
:; I lonor Roll. 2.3,-1. 



RUMELL SlSKE 

KING. S. C. 

A.R 
Appalachian College, 1.2.3; Women's 
AthletK \ssociatiou. 4, I lonor Roll. 



Estelle L. Smith 

men POINT, n. c. 

B.S. 

Medical College of Yiiginia. 1.2.3. 
Honor Roll. 



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Hilda Margari ,ri r Smith 


\iu 1 M Sn 1 I.man 


CHAPEI. IIII-I., N. C. 


1 VIIKINVII I 1 ■'. N. C, 


AH. 


Hs. in I tome Economics 


Campbell Junior College, \,z; Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 3; Choir, ;: 
1 lonor Roll. 3. 


Sigma Alpha Phi 
Gamma Club, 1; Modern Prisctlla 
Club. 1,2,3; Honor Roll. 


Damaris Taussig 


\\ \ \i 11 Taylor 


(Jill- SI WOOD. N. V. 


iik. 11 hum \ 1 


A.B. 


A.B. 


Theta Phi 


Mnhn Theta Psi 



Nikantluin. 1; Footlighters' Club, 1; 
Class Vice President, y Hi-Po Staff. 
1,2: Editor-in-Chief, ?: Zenith Staff. :. 
Co-Editor. 4,; Honor Roll. 2,3,4: Who's 
Who; Senior Superlative. 



Montreal College 1,2; Choir, 3. 
W V . V. ;.-(. Future Teachers' Club, 
3 Marshal, ;: Class President, -\- 

Who's W ho, Senior Superlative: I lonOl 

Roll. 3.4; Lighted Lamp, 4. 




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Alpha Theta Psi 
Choir. 1; Gamma Club. 1; Fututc 
Teachers' Club, 1,3; \\ A A.. 2,3; 
C'.itls' Da\ Student Govern mint. Secre- 
tary, 4,3; Marshal, ^: Student Govern- 
ment, Secretary, 4; who's Who, Honor 
Roll. 2.;..). Lighted Lamp. 4. 

Mildred I\i i/ahi hi \\ Mm r 

SPARTA, N. C. 
A.B. 

Nik.inlluii Literary Society. 1: Future 
Teachers' Club, 3; International Re 
lalious Club. 3; Honor Roll. 2.\.j. 



Joseph M. Taylor, Jr. 

SI \l I S\ II I I . N. C. 

AH. 

Mitchell College. i,a; Ministerial \s 
SOCiation, Chaplain, 3; Treasurer. 4; 
Student Government. 4; Zenith Staff. 4. 



I am is Lawrence Walker 

U INS KIN' SMI \l. N. (;. 
A.B. 

|unior Varsity Basketball, 1,2,3; Vat 
sity Basketball Team, 4; Student Go\ 
ernment, President, 4: Senior Superla 
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Rr.rni \Iaiui W'r.i en 
high i'imn i . s. c . 

A.B. 
Alpha TftefYJ I'm 
Artemesian Literarj Society, i; Gamma 
Club, :; Future Teachers' Club, :.;: 
Hi I'ii. j; WAV, 1.2,34; Sergeanr-nl 
Arms, 4; Honor Roll. 1,2,3,4; Lighted 
Lamp, 4. 



\i \i \ Bi wiiiF. WJini. 
men i'"iN 1 . n. c. 

B.S, in business Administration 

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JUNIOR 



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Marjorie Payne 



President 



Kat Leonard Vice President 

Maxine Ai.dridge Secretary 

Lucille Sherrill Treasurer 



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Elkin, N. C. 



Mm. i n BlCGS 
Williamston, N. C. 



BARBARA BOAHD 

Greensboro, N C 



John Lester Brown 
High Point, N. C. 



l'i c.i.i |\m Bin im 
High Point. N. C. 



I ll.NKIII I A lil'Mil 

[amestown, N. C. 



\ ii.iMJi.K Cruse 
Mooresvflle, N. C. 



Rebecca Dodo 
Shelby, N. C. 



Jack I'usi i u 

North \\ ilkesboro, N. C. 



Lula Freelanb 
High Point, N. C. 






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Janie Gray 
RutUerfordton, N. C. 



Nan Hartman 
Advance, N, C. 



Kuni Henderson 
Burlington, N. C. 



Mil Ml I III M HISS 

lligli Point. N. C. 



\i.i in: Gray Inscore 
Yadkinvillc, N. C. 



HERBERT Jwill son 

Blnirstown, N. |. 



Sarah King 
lligli Point, N. C. 



James Li acu 
Littleton. N. C. 



Kamiryn Leonard 
Lexington, N, C. 



\I.\KY I' \ EU N LOWDER 
Norwood, N. C. 




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Spencer, N. C. 



Mary Noland 
Asheboro, N. C 



Mar j okii Payne 

High Point, N. C. 



Am i.i.k Price 
[Cannapolis, N. C. 



) \\J P (Jl'INCEV 

Cliapanoke, N. C. 



Aches Raw e 

I'mcville, N. C. 



Nancy Rickman 
Biltmore. N. C. 



Doris Rothrock 
Rcidsville, N. C. 



|\m Single iary 
Cladston. N. C. 



Phyllis Taylor 
High Point, N. C. 



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Wanda Walton 
High Point. N. C. 



Raymond Wabuck 
Laundale, N. C. 



GtKALDINK Wll.KIHSUN 

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Sophomore Class Officers 

D. C. Freeman - President 

Bill Blaylock Vice President 

Pat Patterson Secretary 



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SOPHOMORE 




Nellie Allen 
Betsy Anderson 
Jeanne Bales 



Sara Ballard 
Sarah Bass 
Bill Blavlock 



Nancy Bodenheimei 

Pmc Iioylcs 
Norma Brooks 



Wincie Cagle 
Rebecca Chappcll 
Elsie Cress 



Virginia Culbreth 

Joyce Davis 
Martha Davis 



Lucretia Elliott 
Betty Ellison 
Anna Lee Ferguson 



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Dfllard Freeman 

Man' Frances Gamewel 
Edna Grove 



Man - Ann I ledgccock 
Harold Hipps 
Edna Moggard 



Barbara Hough 
Bill Movie 

Victoria Jackson 



Carolyn Johnston 
Louise Joyce 
Carlene Kearns 



\ l:i i jorie Keams 
John Lawrence 
Doris Lee 



Frances Martin 
Luther McPherson 
Martha Minnis 




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Betty Myers 
Jewel Myers 
Carolyn Neely 



Pauline Osborne 

I'iit Patterson 
Margaret Seat 



Hcttvc Sebastian 
Madge Sink 
Rachel Smith 



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I'.li/abcth Thompson 
Richard 'I'nttlc 



Helena Upshaw 
Hetty Ward 

Clarence Warren 



|anies Whichard 
Joel \\ illiains 
Harold Wvatt 




Jeraleen York 



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UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



SPECIAL 



Frank Fernandez 
Paul Howard 
William Livingston 



John Oakley 
Nathaniel Oliver 
Violet Rodgers 



Stanley Shavitz 

Mrs. W. E. Swaringer 

Joyce Tuttle 



MUSIC 



Mrs. Dorothy Brandon 
Mary Sue Briggs 
Mary Elizabeth Clark 
Betty Coltrane 
Mrs. Harry Curlee 
Mrs. Clyde DuBose 



Charlene Humphreys 
Mrs. James Lambeth 
Mrs. Eunice Miller 
Mary Miller 

Mrs. Claiborne Pennington 
Mrs. Edith Shcrrod 



Helen Swarington 
Mrs. Robert Walker 
Anita Withers 
Peggy Withers 
Martha Yarborough 
Mary Yarborough 



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FRESHMAN 



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freshman Class Officers 

Kenneth Tilley _... President 

Gloria Foust Vice President 

Dottie Goode Secretary 

Ann Beamer Treasure! 



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FRESHMAN GIRLS 



Adrienne Angel 
Ann Beamer 
Frances Bell 
Margaret Bennett 
Mwayne Blair 
fane Bland 
Edna Boom- 
Mary Boone 
Doris Bridges 
Ella Lee Briles 
Amy Buckner 
Donna Burns 



Sue Bntner 
Julia Byrd 
Elaine Cavarnos 
Lorraine Chapman 
Charlotte Churchill 
Mary Sue Clark 
Elizabeth Clifton 
Nannie Lee Coggins 
Kaki Comer 
Lucilc Craft 
Edna Cranford 
Dorothy Cress 



Ernestine Crouch 
Waunctta Culver 
Brownie Dail 
Jean Davis 
Dorothy Elmore 
Betty Forrest 
Bertie Foster 
Gloria Foust 
Esther Free 
Kathleen Gaithcr 
Dorothv ( iood< 
Zana Grooine 



Betty Hayes 
Caynell Hayes 
Pansy Henderson 
Nell Humphreys 
Alice Jones 
Camilla Joyner 
\\ illic Kenneth 
Hazel King 
Valeria Kivett 
Alberta Knox 
Nada Landreth 
Mildred Laughlin 



FRESHMAN BOYS 



1 laiold Austin 
Boh Brown 
[ames Broun 
William Bundy 
Jack Byerly 
Eugene Carriker 



Keith Cranford 
Frank Culbreth 
Roger Evans 
Clyde Faulkner 
David Firesheets 
Millard Firesheets 



Bill Gabriel 
Bob Garrison 
Dick Hix 
Homer Hudson 
Harold Hudspeth 
Dallas Hunter 



Joseph James 
Will Ray Kigcr 
Talmer Kimsey 
Ncal Lancaster 
Gorden Lindley 
Louis Lowder 
Samuel Mackie 



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FRESHMAN GIRLS 



Gcralcline Lee 
Thelma Lineback 
Jeannette Litaker 
Nell Lofiin 
Peggy Long 
Dorothy Magoon 
Nelson Mann 
Jeannette McBane 
Jean McGowan 
Irene Miller 
Jaequclyn Mnrrav 
Attie Page 



Edith Paisley 
Jean Parnell 
Wanda Payne 
Margaret Phelps 
Jean Pittman 
Helen Posey 
Milliccnt Price 
Lloisc Pruette 
Ruth Rachels 
Ethylene Ragsdale 
Mary Lou Rainey 
Gaynelle Readling 



Cleo Roberts 
Marion Satterthwaitc 
Jacqueline Sink 
Norma Sink 
Virginia Sledge 
Jane Sneed 
Carolyn Snowdcn 
Lovedia Stewart 
Marie Stewart 
Betty Surrctt 
Hilly Jo 'league 
Corallic Thonia 



Elizabeth Thornton 
Anna Mae Tucker 
Nancy Turpin 
Joy Warren 
Margaret Weant 
Billie Welch 
Lorraine White 
Mary Louise White 
Nancy White 
Kathleen Williams 
Nancy Womble 
Pallie Wood 
Helen York 



FRESHMAN BOYS 



llarrv Matthews 
Olsoii McBridc 
Arnold Medlin 
Hill Noel 
Cranford Plylcr 



Hilly Pope 
Thcrman Pope 
Karl Richardson 
Robert Sexton 
Richard Sizcr 



Arthur Sheek 
Norwood Smith 
Donald Snyder 

C. D. Spillinan 
Hill Stuart 



Malcolm Sullivan 
James Teachy 
Kenneth Tillcv 
Joe Waddell 
(•'red Wheeless 
Protus Wood 



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between Zimcs 



We visit the bookstore . . . hoping 
the cokes are still flowing ... or clash 
madly to the dorm for that long 
awaited letter . . . we rush uptown to 
the movies ... to the stores ... or 
spend a quiet afternoon in lab . . . we 
day-dream about home and wait for 
long distance calls ... or "specials" 
late at night . . . we spend number- 
less moments . . . signing out . . . 
evading proctors . . . reading a good 
novel . . . scribbling unintelligent let- 
ters home . . . we dance a little . . . 
swim a little . . . play a game of ten- 
nis ... go on a dungaree partv . . . 
write term papers far into the night 
... or gossip for long hours in our 
rooms . . . we indulge in cokes and 
nab:s . . . flv to catch a bus . . . listen 
to Johnny Mercer . . . having a won- 
derful time. 




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Brownie Dail, Ella Lee Briles, Bettye Sebastian, Helena Upshaw, Jane Singletarj and Marine 
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To the Student Government we 
express our appreciation for the suc- 
cessful dances and parries which will 

Ik- among om happiest memories (.1 
High Point College. 

Willi Lawrence Walker as pres- 
ident and the other officers— two rep- 
resentatives from each class and the 
presidents of the dormitory and day 
student councils— the Student Govern- 
ment admirably promoted social life 
on trie campus, and also formed the student regulations. 

I he Annual Christmas banquet and dance, the Hallowe'en barn dance, the 
Valentine party, and the spring formal were among the outstanding social events 
sponsored by the Student Government this year. 

Members are Lawrence Walker, president; Marjorie Payne, vice president; 
Tal Cole, Jack Foster, Bill Hoylc, Ruby Parker, Wanona Rash, Doris Rothrock, 
|oe I avloi .mil 1 Iclcna U pshaw . 




Lawrence Walkeb 
President o( the Student Body 




Taylor. Cole. Payne, Foster. Rothrock. Upshaw, Rash 



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DORMITORY 
GOVERNMENT 



Tal Cole. lack Foster. Nellie Crev Inseore. Jolin 
Lawrence, fames Leach, Pat Patterson, John 
I'eele. Wanona Rash, Lena Sale. Lucille Sherrill. 
Kenneth Tillcv. Lawrence Walker. 



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PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL 

). II. Au.KKi) Permanent Chairman 



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ALPHA llll'.l \ PSI 

Rubj Parker 
\hs Mice Paige White 



DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 

Harold Mipps 

Prof. I. II. Allred 



SIGMA ALPHA PHI 
Marguerite Knout/ 
Dr, Helm B.irrlctt 



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Jack Foster 
Dr. C. R. Hinshaw 



THETA PHI 
Mary Ann Coe 

Miss Louise Acliims 



The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is to supervise all the activities of the 
live Greek letter societies on the campus. The council is composed of one student 
representative and one faculty honorary member from each of the three sororities 
and the two fraternities. Under the able leadership of Professor Allred the council 
has carried out its duties and successfully settled all problems. 







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SUKOKKS IN < OI.I.KMO 

Maxine Aldridge 
Mary Ann Coe 

Until Henderson 
|n Ingram 
Ethel Jacobs 
Sarah King 
Bettj Deane Knox 
Maijorie Payne 
Lena Sale 
Hee Taussig 
Helena [/pshaw 
Betty Ward 

BONORAR1 SORORES 

Miss Louise Adams 
Mrs. N. M. Harrison 




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KKATKKS in <oi.i.k«;io 

|ohn Carter 
X 1 1_- 1 1 < 1 1 1 Harbin 
Harold llipps 
Herbert famieson 
|ames Leach 
Richard Turtle 
Jod Williams 

IIONOKAKI PRATRES 

Professor ). II. Allred 
Professor J. II. Mourane 



DELTA ALPHA 
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ALPHA THETA 
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SORORES IN COIXEGIO 

Anna Lee Ferguson 
Billie Frazier 
Edna I loggard 
Lois 1 lohn 
Cadene Kcarns 
Jewel Myers 
Ruby Parker 
Ava Neil Taylor 
Dtna Taylor 
Betty Welch 

RONORAR1 SORORES 

Miss Ernestine Fields 
Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw 
Mrs. Alice Paige White 





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Pruc Boyles 
Nancy Clayton 
Virginia Cohen 
Jovce Davis 
Frances Iloltnn 
Virginia lludgins 
Ruth Hull 
Nancy Isenhom 
Louise Joyce 
Marguerite Koontz 
Pat Patterson 
Wanona Rash 
Bettye Sebastian 
Patsy Sifford 
Arlene Steelman 

HONORAR] SORORES 

Or. I Ielcn R. Bartlctt 
Miss E. Vera Idol 
Mrs. P. E. Lindlev 



SIGMA ALPHA 
P H I 



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IOTA T A U 
KAPPA 



FRATKKS IN COI.I.KdlO 

Tal Cole 
|ack Foster 
D. C. Freeman 
Bill Iloyle 
Ncal Lancaster 
Bill Noel 
C. O. Plvler 
Arthur Shcek 
Kenneth Tillev 
Lawrence Walker 

HONOBAR] KK.ATKKS 

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw 
Dean P. E. Lindlcy 





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^Ministerial ^Association 

|. Allen. J. Autnan. ). Avcocls, B Broun, ). Brown, D. 
Firesheets, B. Gabriel. II. Ilipps. II. Jamieson, G. Laniei, 
0. McBride. L. McPhcrson. N. L. Oliver, D. Payne. E. 
Richardson. J. Taylor. C. Warren. Dean P. E. Lindiey, 
Faculty Adviser. 



Religious Council 



Johnnie Aycoefc. Marjorie Payne. Harold Ilipps, W'anona 
Rash. Dean P. E. Lindlev. Adviser. 



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forensic Council 



Edna Boone, James Brown, Man Sue Clark. Anna Lee 
Ferguson, Don Payne, |<> Taylor, Clarence Warren, Prof 
Withers, Adviser. 



Modem Priscilla Club 

II. Bundy. S. Butner, V. Cruse V, Culbreth, |. Davis. 
R. Dodd. D. Minion'. \l llainni. Y. Jackson. C. Kearns, 
S. King. J. Lineback, M. Louder. E. Pruette, C. Snowden, 
A. Steelman. C. Thompson, J. Warren. M. White, and 
Miss Ada Johnson. Adviser. 



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Home Management 
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Every girl working for a bachelor 
of science degree in Home Economics 
is required to live in the Practice 
House for six weeks during the last 
semester of her senior year. The girls 
consider this a privilege, and together 
they practice the principles they have 
learned in their four years of training. 

They actually manage the house. 
which gives them a better understand- 
ing of the value and importance of a budget. They are industrious workers, 
but enjoy planning, cooking, and eating their meals, as well as dusting and arrang- 
ing furniture. All the jobs which go with the duties of a good housewife are prac- 
ticed by these students. There are all sorts of parties, teas, dinners, and many 
"formals." They adopt the motto "Experience is the best teacher," and carry it out 
ro the fullest degree. 

The I Ionic Management I louse is under the supervision of Miss Ada Johnson, 
head of the Home Economics Department, who guides and directs the girls in 
their practice work. The girls who are enjoying the Practice House this year are 
Henrietta Buiicly. Martha llamm. Sarah King, and Arlcne Stcelman. 




Miss Ada Johnson 








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Zhe Zigkted Zamp 



Mary Ann Cok 

Nancy Isf.nhour 

Sarah King 



Members 

Marguerite Koontz 

Rtmv Parker 

Martorie Payne 



Wansie Rash 
Dina Taylor 
Bi-.iiv Welch 



This year six students were inducted into The Order of the Lighted Lamp at 
the annual tapping ceremony of members. To be taken into this society is the 
most coveted honor a student may receive at the college. The requirements for 
membership are based on scholarship, leadership, character, and service, and a 
student must have an average of B. or better, for the five preceding semesters, with 
no conditions or failures. The students are nominated by the old members and 
are elected by the faculty. These students are to be congratulated, for membership 
in The Lighted Lamp is an honor few achieve. 



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First Soprano 

Lena Sale 
Jewel Myers 
Lucretia Elliotl 
Jeanette McBane 

lla/cl Kill:; 
Mary Sue Clark 
Barbara hoard 
Mary Louise White 

Helen York 
Atlrienne Ansel 
Norma Brooks 
Charlotte Churelnll 
Corallie Thoma 
Nelson Mann 
Nancj White 

Fftrt Afto 

Anna Mai' Tuckci 

Edna Boone 
Margaret Phelps 
Jeanette Litakci 
Donna Bums 



Second Suf>rano 

Edith Bailej 
Mary Lou Rainej 

Martha ll.iuiin 
Ruth Rachels 
Norma Sink 
Alice Jones 

I .OVCdin Stewart 
Attic Page 
Martha Minnis 

S< cond Alto 

Helena I 'pshaw 
Jean Bales 

Anna Lee Ferguson 




Quartet 
Lena Sale Karl Richardson 

Mary Lou Rainey Neal Lancaster 



Accompanist: Marquerite Koontz 



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Marshals 



Sarah King 
Lucille Sherrill 



Glenn Lanier 
Chief 



Marjohie Payne 



Jack Foster 
R. A. Wari.ick 



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Each year the faculty elects a group of students from the junior class to 
serve as college marshals. They are elected on the basis of appearance, depend- 
ability, character, and scholarship. To be elected marshal is a high honor. 

The duties of the marshals are to serve at lectures, concerts, chapel programs, 
commencement exercises, and all college functions. 

This year's marshals are to be commended for the way in which they have 
carried out their duties and upheld the standards upon which they were chosen. 



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flellie Allen 
Marine Jldrldge 



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Marguerite Koontz Helen Pierce Tal Cole Ava Neil Taylor 

Mary Ann Coe Jo Ingram Dina Taylor 

Nancy Iseniiour John Carter Dee Taussig 



Who's Who 



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Zhe College Annual 




Co-Editors: Mig k'oontz and Dee Taussig. 

Co-Business Managers: Mary Ann Coe and John Carter. 



Zenith Staff: Maxine Aldridge. Nellie Allen, Johnnie 
Aycock, Eunice Clough, Tal Cole, Ruth Henderson. Jo 
Ingram, Ava Neil Taylor, Joe Taylor, and Betty Ward. 
Hob Brown, photographer. 



THE ZENITH 



Looking back, we see . . . contracts . . . cover samples . . . staff meetings . . . 
and a dozen different opinions . . . informal snaps . . . group pictures . . . class 
meetings and elections . . . trying moments ... as the photographer struggles to 
take a picture . . . 

. . . business managers turning in ads . . . paying bills . . . collecting money 
. . then the eternal question, "When arc the pictures coming?" . . . copy pouring 
in . . . pictures rejected ... in the midst of a trying week . . . Mig sitting up in bed 
sound asleep demands of Dee "Are you in this picture?" . . . the thrill of seeing 
the dummy take shape . . . from a stack of papers to a booklet of pictures and 
print . . . copy deadline . . . impatient waiting . . . press date . . . then it's yours. 



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THE H I - P O 






Endless hours spent chasing . . . faculty . . . students . . . and club presidents 
tor news . . . copy dribbling in to Editors ... or rushed to the printer . . . Tues- 
day night lecture . . . recital ... or basketball game . . . Sarah with her little black 
notebook . . . Ilipps with his stock question, "Have any news?" 

Thursday afternoon ... in the Hi-Po office . . . Editors reading proof . . . 
shrieks of laughter as printer's mistakes are read aloud . . . "Oh's" and "Ah's" 
over new 10-inch ad . . . result of Margie's and Maxinc's hard work . . . ancient 
typewriter banging as last minute copy is pounded out . . . the scissors invariably 
hiding under a pile of proof . . . layout decided upon . . . paste . . . and the Hi-Po 
comes to life. 




Co-Editors: Sarah King and Harold Hipps. 

Co-Business Managers: Marjorie Payne aiuI Maxinc 

Aldridge. 



Hi-Po Staff: Jeanne Hales. Jane Bland. Bob Brown, James 
Broun. Bill Gabriel. Gavnellc Hayes, Ethel Jacobs, Mig 
Koontz, Doris Lee, Carolyn Ncely, Mary Noland, Ruby 
Parker. Earl Richardson. Rachel Smith and Nancy White. 



Zke College Newspaper 



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Ml Work 
And No Play 



Boxes from home . . . and midnight 
snacks . . . bridge till the wee hours 
. . . dances in the Gym and Studen 
Center . . . Sunday morning with the 
funnies . . . bowling tournaments . . 
lazy strolls back from the movies . . 
warm spring nights . . . continual sun 
bathing back of the dorm . . . the 
strains of a portable . . . consuming 
quarts of chocolate milk . . . Dixie 
Cream Doughnuts . . . congregating 
in the clubroom . . . riding in a con- 
vertible . . . feeding the juke box . . . 
reading magazines . . . cooking early 
morning breakfast at the open fire- 
place . . . keeping up the spirit that 
is High Point College. 




SECTION IV 




Athletic Association 



The Athletic Council is responsible for much of the school spirit of the cam- 
pus. The members of the council direct and supervise all intercollegiate sports in 
which the college participates. By means of physical education classes and intra- 
mural sports, they extend the athletic program to every student on the campus. 

Since the manpower shortage has made it impossible to continue with many 
of the intercollegiate sports, an Intramural Committee has been formed to pro- 
mote more interest in intramural games, and to broaden the extra-curricular life 
of the college student. From all appearances the intramural program has met with 
decided success. 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Dr. C. I. Iluniplirivs 
Dr. C. R. limshasv 
Mr. C. V. Yow 



INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE 

Mr. N. P. Yarborougli 
Miss Jo Chapman 
Mr. C. V. Yow 
Mr. J. II. Allred 
Dr. E. (). Cummings 



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PANTHERS 

The Panthers began the season with 
all new recruits except for one letter 
man; yet this, in one way at least, has 
been an epoch-making year for the 
team. The remarkable history that 
the team has made is due to one of the 
new prospects, Nancy Iscnhour. a 
senior girl, who gained a position on 
the squad. Nancy is the first girl evei 
to play on a boys' basketball varsity in 
any college. Her participation in the 
games helped to boost the spirit of the 
players as well as that of the student 
body, and the novelty of her playing 
on the team has brought considerable 
publicity to the college. Not only was 
her picture featured in local news- 
papers, but it also appeared with a fea- 
ture article in Collier's Magazine; and 
a photographer from the Universal 
News Reel took pictures of her on the 
campus and in action for an oddity 
short. 

The team played a number of strong 
service teams, and, although they lost 
most of these tilts, they gained valu- 
able experience which enabled them 
to win six out of ten conference games. 
Two of our players, Malcolm Sullivan 
and Arthur Shcek, were chosen by the 
coaches of the conference for guard 
positions on the All-North State Con- 
ference Team. 



Harry Mathews, Manager 
Will Ray Kiger, Assistant Manager 




NANCY ISENHOUR 



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gh Point .. 30; 

gh Point 41; 

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gh Point 21; 

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High Point 19; 



Appalachian . 46 

Catawba 47 

Elon 30 

Guilford 30 

Atlantic Christian 38 

Appalachian _ 37 

Lenoir Rhyne 43 

Catawba 47 

Lenoir Rhyne ..37 

Guilford 35 



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Women's Athletic Association 

Dashing to the soccei field <.n brisk autumn mornings ... or playing a set of tennis or 
balmy spring afternoons . . . hitting a "birdie" aeross the badminton net . . . shooting a field 
goal in basketball ... or swimming the ::o at the pool . . . all girls sports baeked by the Women'? 
Athletic Association ... its members continually arousing interest in . . . volley ball . . . archery 
. . . bowling . . . supervising intramural games . . . selecting the varsity girls teams and support 
ing all sports at I ligh Point College. 



Nancv Isenhour 
Virginia Cohen 
Wanona Rash 



Sara Bass 
fane Bland 
Norma Brooks 
Amy Buckncr 
Donna Burns 
Becky Chappell 
Eunice Clough 
Vilinda Cruse 
lovce Davis 



Officers 

President Ruin Barker Treasurer 

Vice President Nellie Grey Inseore Publicity Manager 

Secretary Betty Welch Sergeant-at-Arms 

Miss Jo Chapman Faculty Adviser 

ROLL 

Becky Dodd Ethel Jacobs Nancy Rickman 

Dot Elmore Carlene Kearns Doris Rothrock 

Anna Lee Ferguson Betty Deane Knox Rachel Smith 

Mary Frances Gamewell )eanctte McBain Lovcdia Stuart 

Edna Grove Carolyn Neely Ava NcilTaylor 

Martha Hamm Pat Patterson Dina Taylor 

Mary Ann Hedgecock Margaret Phelps \ima Mac Tucker 

F.dna Hoggard Eloisc Pruette Blanche White 

Virginia Hudgins Agnes Rayle Geraline York 

)o Ingram Gaynclle Readling 



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GIRLS' VARSITY 
VOLLEYBALL TEAM 

Virginia Cohen, Joyce Davis, 
Martha llannn, Nellie Grey 
Inscoie, Nancy Isenhour, Ethel 
Jacobs, Betty Dcanc Knox. Ruby 
Parker, Margaret Phelps, Doris 
Rothrock. Betty Welch. 




GIRLS' VARSITY 
SOCCER TEAM 

Norma Brooks, Ginny Cohen. 
Joyce Davis, Kathy Gaither. 
Mary Ann I Icclgccock, Nancy 
Isenhour, Gauicllc Rcaclling. 
lions Rothrock. Anna Mac 
Tucker, Lorraine \\ hite. 



GIRLS' VARSITY 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

Donna Burns, Becky Chappell, 
Ginny Cohen, Edna Grove. 
Mary Ann Hcclgecock. Nancy 
Isenhour, Betty Deane Knox, 
Ruby Parker, Pat Patterson, 
Margaret Phelps, Cayncllc 
Rcaclling. 



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Jt's an Ace! 




Hit the Zarget! 



Watch the Birdie! 



f 



Page 86 



For Quality Dairy Products 



C^ - HA I D\r rn , 



DAIRY"** 



"It's Our Pleasure to Serve You" 



West Lexington Avenue 
High Point, N. C. 



J. W. Sechrest 
6? Son 



SINCE 1897 



Ambulance Service 
DIAL 3349 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

High Point, N. C. 

To Serve Youth 
In War and Peace 



Apply to 
PRESIDENT OR VICE PRESIDENT 



Page 87 



Compliments 

of 

Amos Hosiery Mills 



Dutch Laundry, Inc. 

DIAL 3319 
829- 33 S. Main St. 



Compliments 
of 

Highland Cotton Mills 



Sartin Dry Cleaning 

DIAL 4501 
1670-76 English Street 



Compliments 

of 

Sunshine Laundry 



Wright-Cline Shop, Inc. 



122 - 308 N. Main 



Compliments 

of 

Paul Younts Grocery 

790 N. Main St. 



Beeson Hardware Company 

Your Sporting Goods 
Headquarters 



Page 89 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

Electric service within your lifetime has greatly modified in- 
dustry, commerce, farming and home life here in the Carolinas. 
Business initiative and scientific progress will open doors to even 
greater opportunities in the years ahead. 

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

DUKE POWER COMPANY 



The good will of men, women, and children who contact this organization 
casually or in business constitutes the principal asset which maintains it as a service 
institution. Our sincere desire to serve our many patrons well and unselfishly is 
widely recognized and our ability to do this is established. 

High Point, Thomasville & Denton 
Railroad Company 

"NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL" 



STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS 

High Point College Book Store 

Books — School Supplies — Refreshments 
Official College Rings and Jewelry 



THRIFT IS ESSENTIAL FOR INTELLIGENT CITIZENSHIP 

High Point Savings & Trust Co. 

Serving Since 1905 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Hoys Sponsored by Migk Point College Co-Sds 



Coleman W. Ward, S i/c 

Jimmy Ward G.M. 3/c 

Pvt. Harry R. Snowden 

Roland W. Page S 2/c 

Paul Clifton Stevens 

Lt. Joe H. Leonard 



Betty Ward 

Betty Ward 

... Carolyn Snowden 

Brownie Dail 

Rumell Sisk 



F/O R. C. Krout .._ _ 

A/C Carl Mennuke 

A/C Lewis C. Jordan 

Lt. Charles C. Upshaw 

Lt. Arthur M. Upshaw _ 

S/Sgt. Charles Carter .. ^ 

T/Sgt. Joe Todd 

Lt. Bob Hotsten 



Cpl. Roy Runyon — — _ — 

Cpl. Vincent Muscara 

A/C Claude T. Slagle, Jr 

Sgt. Frank Hedgecock _. 

Willis Gupton 

Cpl. Louis Voorhees 

Pfc. Don Bolton 

Lt. Clarence Edmonds — 

Jimmy Leach 



Kathryn Leonard 

Rachel Smith 

Rachel Smith 

Sara Bass 

Helena Upshaw 

Helena Upshaw 

Frankie Martin 

Frankie Martin 

Frankie Martin 

Frankie Martin 

— Frankie Martin 

Sue Butner 



S/Sgt. Bill Richardson 

Pfc. Hobart Clough _. 

Grady Whicker 

1st Lt. Bill Lysaght 

Cpl. Bill Yarboro 

Pvt. Bruce F. Sloan 

Capt. Hoyt Wood 

Capt. John L. Wood 

Lt. W. Gile Wood _.. 

Ens. Newell Wood __ 

Cpl. Colon Wood 

Marvin L. Moore 



— Betty Myers 

Mig Koontz 

— — Jo Ingram 

Lucille Sherrill 

Dons Rothrock 

Virginia Culbreth 

Mary Boone 

— Eunice Clough 

Pansy Henderson 

"Jake" 

Jean Parnell 

Jeannette Litaker 

"Pete" Wood 



- "Pete" 

'Tete" 

"Pete" 

"Pete" 



Kenneth J. Vaughn S i/c 
A/C Luther Davis 



Robert H. Goodman G.M. 3/c 

Pvt. Ed. L. Brissenden ._ 

Dudley Bruton Fitzgerald S 2/c _ 

Furman Green S 2/c 



Stan Chappell _ _ 

Midshipman Dan Walker 

Jack Harvell, Phm. 3/c 

A/C E. B. Gamewell 

Cpl. Troy Davis _ 



Wood 
Wood 
Wood 
Wood 

_ _ Norma Brooks 

_ Norma Brooks 

Norma Brooks 

- Norma Brooks 

Norma Brooks 

Becky Chappell 

Becky Chappell 

Becky Chappell 

Mary Frances Gamewell 

Mary Frances Gamewell 

Mary Frances Gamewell 

Marv Frances Gamewell 



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Sgt. Maynard Schmidt 

Lt. AI Schaach 

Capt. Jack Skipper ... 



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bland 

Pvt. James T. Moose . 



.... Mary Frances Gamewell 

.._ Edna Grove 

_ Jane Bland 

Jane Bland 



Cpl. William B. Bobbitt 

Cpl. Robert C. Hepler _ 

James B. Stewart 



Gaynelle Readling 

Margaret Bennett 

Gaynelle Hayes 

Lovedia Stewart 



Cpl. Harvey Hedgecock 

Sgt. Joe Robertson 

T/S Kenneth E. Ronda 

F/O J. C. Alexander _ 

A/C Bill Patterson 

Mrs. Ollie Steelman 

Pvt. Felix T. Adams 

Pfc. Bob Harris , _... 

Lt. Eugene Aldridge 



Mary Ann Hedgecock 

Allene Bell 

Pat Patterson 

Mildred Wagoner 

Arlene Steelman 



Arlene Steelman 

_ _ _ Virginia Hudgins 

'. Nellie Allen 

— Maxine Aldridge 

C/M Jack D. Gardner 3/c __ Hazel King 

The Purple Panthers — - _ _ _. Nancy Isenhour 

Malcolm Sullivan _. _ Nancy Isenhour 

Jack Foster _ Nellie Grey Inscore 

Pvt. Tom Legore _ _ _ _ Edna Grove 

Jean Craver Bob Garrison 

Cpl. J. Henry Sapp — - _ _ _ _ Jeraleen York 

Robert Sain, Sm 3/c _ _ _ Jeraleen York 

Gabby Bryant _ Peggy Bryant 

A/S Walter Comer "Kak" Comer 

Lt. Bill Skillings _ — — Sara Hutchens 

Cpl. George D. Case - — Marjorie Payne 

.- .'. — Sarah King 

Estelle Smith 



Pfc. Robert E. Ray .._ - 

Lt. A. W. Rodriquez 

Cpl. Jack R. Jones 

Pvt. Jack C. Henschen 

David O. Scoggins 

Fred Kappelmann 

Sgt. Milton Deaner _ 

F/O Jesse C. Davis _ — . 

Joe Miller S i/c 



Wincie Cagle 

.._ Wincie Cagle 



Pvt. Wilbur Fleenor 

Bill Jones S i/c 

Pfc. Tommy Jones ... 



Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lineback .... 

Cpl. Jim Legette 

Cpl. R. F. Wiggins 



- - Wincie Cagle 

, — _ Wincie Cagle 

Lorraine White 

_ Joyce Davis 

— Jo Lineback 

_ .. — .". Jo Lineback 

— — — _ Jo Lineback 

Jo Lineback 

Jo Lineback 

Milly Biggs 

- — "Bobbie" Board 



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Miglt Point College Student Direetory 



SENIOR GIRLS 



Advance, N. C. 

__ Fallston, N. C. 



Edith Bailey 

Blanche Baxter ....—. 

Mary Ann Coe _ _ 219 Hillcrest Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Frances Colley .. Reidsville, N. C. 

Nancy Clayton _ 38 Mill St., Erlanger, N. C. 

Virginia Cohen - - - 35 Mary St., Concord, N. C. 

Billie Frazier _ -.1210 Filbert St., High Point, N. C. 

Martha Hamm _ _ Route 1, Tobaccoville, N. C. 

Lois Hohn _ _ .. __ _ — Route 3, Greensboro, N. C. 

Virginia Hudgins _ _ _ Route 7, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ruth Hull . Route 1, Cherryville, N. C. 

Jo Ingram __ — _ 1116 Rotary Drive, High Point, N. C. 



Nancy Isenhour 
Ethel Jacobs . 



Betty Deane Knox . 
Marguerite Koontz 

Ruby Parker 

Helen Pierce 



Wanona Rash 

Lena Sale 

Lucille Sherrill — 
Patsy Sifford 



. New London, N. C. 
. 601 W. 113th St., New York City, N. Y. 

512 Sunset Drive, High Point, N. C. 

.— 310 West Side Drive, Lexington, N. C. 

412 White Oak St., High Point, N. C. 

1301 Franklin St., High Point, N. C. 

— Union Grove, N. C. 

Elkin, N. C. 

Troutman, N. C. 

. Stanley, N. C. 



Rumell Sisk _ Box 43, King, N. C. 

Estelle Smith _ _ 503 Oak St., High Point, N. C. 

Hilda Smith Route 1, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Arlene Steelman Yadkinville, N. C. 

Dee Taussig _ 2 Stewart Ave., Crestwood, N. Y. 



Ava Neil Taylor 

Dina Taylor 

Mildred Wagoner 

Betty Welch 

Blanche White 



-1205 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 
...1205 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 

_ Sparta, N. C. 

.. 1008 Holton St., High Point, N. C. 
— Route 3, High Point, N. C- 



SENIOR BOYS 



James Allen _». 

James Auman 

Johnnie Aycock — 

Tal Cole 



Glenn Lanier 

Don Payne 

John Peele 

Joseph Taylor 

Lawrence Walker 



Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

305 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 
... Route 3, Littleton, N. C. 



_ _ South Cox St., Asheboro, N. C. 

— Route 4, Lexington, N. C. 

— Box 735, High Point, N. C. 

— Rich Square, N. C. 

— Statesville, N. C. 

P. O. Box 1112, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Pag? 94 



Compliments of 
BETTY LOU-TOBIAS 

High Point's Leading Ladies' Store 
101 North Main St. at Bridge 



Compliments of 
CANNON-FETZER CO. 

High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY COMPANY 

Phone 4507 312 W. Broad St. 



Compliments of 
BELK-STEVENS CO. 

High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
THE DIXIE HOT SHOPPE 

"Where the Good Sports Meet" 



Compliments of 

BLUE BIRD TAXI 

PHONE 4531 



LESTER'S JEWELRY 

The House of Quality 





Compliments of 




N. H. SILVER, Inc. 


12° S 


Main High Point, N. C. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

ALL THE LATEST RECORDS! 



ALBERTS DEPENDABLE JEWELERS 

146 South Main Street 
Two Doors from Center Theater 



DR. MAX RONES 

OPTOMETRIST 



DR. NAT. WALKER 

Optometric - Eye Specialist 
High Point Thomasville 



Compliments of 
CHARLES DEPARTMENT STORE 

Ready-to-Wear and Fashion Merchandise 



Compliments of 

RUBY'S JEWELRY STORE 

159 South Main 



Compliments of 
EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
HIGH POINT HARDWARE CO. 



P A G E .95 



JUNIOR GIRLS 

Marine Aldridge n6 West Market St., Elkin, N. C. 

Milly Biggs _ .._ 117 Smithwick St., Williamston, N. C. 

Barbara Board _ _ 2504 Berkeley St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Vilinder Cruse '.._ _ 416 E. Catawba St., Mooresville, N. C. 

Becky Dodd _ _ _ __ _ _ _.... Route 3, Shelby, N. C. 

Lula Freeland 456 South Main St., High Point, N. C. 

Janie Gray — 3°4 East Court St., Rutherford ton, N. C. 

Margaret Hancock ._ 306 Hillcrest Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Ruth Henderson 905 Askew St., Burlington, N. C. 

Sarah Hutchens Greenwood Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Nellie Grey Inscore 391 Sunset Drive, Yadkinville, N. C. 

Sarah King „.._..:_ 212 Rowland Park, High Point, N. C. 

Kathryn Leonard 215 West 2nd Ave., Lexington, N. C. 

Mary Evelyn Lowder Norwood, N. C. 

Marie Miller — - 401 Salisbury Ave., Spencer, N. C. 

Carolyn Neely - _ — Westmont, Asheboro, N. C. 

June Newton 1105 Thissell, High Point, N. C. 

Marjorie Payne - 206 Richardson St., High Point, N. C. 

Janet Quincy _ _ - _ _. Chapanoke, N. C. 

Nancy Rickman - 8 Jaffries Ave., Biltmoie, N. C. 

Doris Rothrock - _ Courtland Place, Reidsville, N. C. 

Jane Singletary - — Clarkton, N. C. 

Phyllis Taylor 815 Circle Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Wanda Walton 403 Vine St., High Point,. N. C. 

Geraldine Wilkerson Ovieda, Florida 

JUNIOR BOYS 

John Brown _ 1105 Thissell, High Point, N. C. 

Jack Foster 608 Tenth St., North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Herbert Jamieson _ _ Glencroft, Blairstown, N. J. 

James Leach — _ Littleton, N. C. 

R. A. Warlick Lawndale, N. C. 

SOPHOMORE GIRLS 

Nellie Allen 419 South Main St., Lexington, N. C. 

Betsy Anderson 623 Colonial Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Jeanne Bales - - Archdale, High Point, N. C. 

Sara Bass - Pleasant, Spindale, N. C. 

Nancy Bodenheimer - _ — 400 Cox Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 

Prue Boyles Box 228, Dallas, N. C. 

Norma Brooks — 2417 S. Peachtree St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Peggy Bryant — _ 708 Montlieu, High Point, N. C. 

Henrietta Bundy Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. 

Wincie Cagle 520 White Oak, High Point, N. C. 

Becky Chappell Candor, N. C. 

Elsie Cress - -326 Russell St., High Point, N. C. 

Virginia Culbreth Box 183, Benson, N. C. 



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Drink 




In Bottles 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 
OF HIGH POINT 



MANN'S 




Cut-Rate 


Drug Stores 




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


Kannapolis, N. 

Reidsville, N 

Burlington 


C. 
C. 

N. C. 



Spend Your Vacation At 

THE SHORELINE 

"Ocean Fwnt" 
Mrs. S. S. Coe, Mgr. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



Compliments of 

PRINCESS CAFE 



Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

High Point, N. C. 

TELEPHONE 2964 



Milk 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES 

INCORPORATED 

Pasteurized Products 
PHONE 4553 
Butter 



Ice Cream 



Compliments of 
INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CO. 

Hich Point, N. C. 



For the Best in Barber Service 

COMMERCE STREET BARBER SHOP 

119 E. Commerce St. 
Joe E. Tolbert 




MYRTLE DESK COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

Office Furniture 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 




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Joyce Davis 536 N. Haven Ave., Melbourne, Florida 

Martha Davis Route 1, Randleman, N. C. 

Lucretia Elliott _ 425 Lexington, Thomasville, N. C. 

Anna Lee Ferguson „ Route 5, Box 120, High Point, N. C. 

Mary Frances Garaewell — 86 Hantobola, Badin, N. C. 

Edna Grove _ 1 473° Cherry Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. 

Nan Hartman _ 1218 Hawthorne Road, Winston Salem, N. C. 

Mary Ann Hedgecock _. P. O. Box 2032, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Edna Hoggard _ 46 B. Clara Cox Aprs., High Point, N. C. 

Barbara Hough Route 4, Concord, N. C. 

Victoria Jackson _ _ _ _ Box 432, Barbourville, Ky. 

Carolyn Johnston _ 412 North Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

Louise Joyce Route 1, Mount Airy, N. C. 

Carlene Reams .._ 604 Willowbrook St., High Point, N. C. 

Marjorie Kearns 818 Circle Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Doris Lee East Green St., High Point, N. C. 

Veigh Lindsay 704 West Farris Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Martha Minnis 1109 Greenway Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Betty Myers _ Route 4, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Jewel Myers _ 235 Boulevard, High Point, N. C. 

Mary Noland Dellwood Rd., Waynesville, N. C. 

Pauline Osborne Route 4, Box 434, High Point, N. C. 

Pat Patterson — _ _ Siloam, N. C. 

Adelle Price _ 1000 N. Main St., Kannapolis, N. C. 

Margaret Seay Bryson City, N. C. 

Bettye Sebastian 101 N. Howell, High Point, N. C. 

Madelene Sink 1 1 3 Carter, High Point, N. C. 

Rachel Smith .._ _ Route 1, Forest City, N. C. 

Christine Thompson — Route 1, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Elizabeth Thompson Route 1, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Helena Upshaw _ 408 Forest, High Point, N. C. 

Betty Ward __ _ 1325 High St., Asheboro, N. C. 

Jeraleen York : Walker Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SOPHOMORE BOYS 

Bill Blaylock Route 1, Thomasville, N. C. 

D. C. Freeman — „ Children's Home, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Harold Hipps „. 909 West Main St., Gastonia, N. C. 

Bill Hoyle .._ 413 N. Ridge Ave., Kannapolis, N. C. 

John Lawrence Oak Ave., Lexington, N. C. 

Luther McPherson 218 West Ray, High Point, N. C. 

Richard Tuttle 2007 Green St., High Point, N. C. 

Clarence Warren — Clinton, N. C. 

James Whichard 708 Rotary Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Harold Wyatt — _ Route 1, Midland, N. C. 

FRESHMAN GIRLS 

Adrienne Angel 1211 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 

Sarah Ballard _ 202 N. 3rd St., Wilmington, N. C. 



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Compliments of 
HIATT TIRE CO. 



Compliments of 
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 



N. L. Garner, Agency 

PERFECT T71 

ROTECTION £j 



VERY WAY 
VERY DAY 



226 Prof essional Bldg. Phone 4648 

OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



Elliott Floral Company 

PHONE 2586 
FLOWERS BY WIRE 



WELCOME TO 

The Sheraton Hotel 

"Noted for Good Food" 
R. B. Curran, Manager 



Compliments of 

ROSE FURNITURE CO. 



Compliments of 



Compliments 
of 

North Carolina Theatres 



CENTER 
PARAMOUNT 



BROADHURST 
RIALTO 



The Photographic Work in This Annual 
Done by 

Flynt Studios 

Makers of 

Fine Miniatures, Copies and Portraits 
228 West Market Street 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Grace Flower Shop 

DIAL 4085 
Main At Washington Street 

The Best In Flowers 

Edgar Snider '36 



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Ann Beamer 

Allene Bell 

Margaret Bennett 

Alwayne Blair 

Jane Bland 

Edna Boone 

Mary Boone 

Doris Bridges 

Ella Lee Briles 

Amy Buckner 

Donna Burns 

Sue Butner 

Evelyn Byrd 



270 Willow St., Mount Airy, N. C. 

710 E. Davis St., Burlington, N. C. 

.221 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
..Route 5, High Point, N. C. 



__2o8 Highland Avenue, Kinston, N. C. 

Route 2, Nashville, N. C. 

. Route 2, Box 154, Hampton, Va. 



.._ 20 Roanoke Ave., Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

_ Route 1, Trinity, N. C. 

Graham, N. C. 



Elaine Cavarnos 

Lorraine Chapman _ — 

Charlotte Churchill 

Mary Sue Clark — _ 

Elizabeth Clifton 

Nannie Lee Coggins 

Kaki Comer 



_ 1000 English St., High Point, N. C. 

Patterson Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Box J, Elizabethtown, N. C. 

.:. 903 Thissell, High Point, N. C. 

_ Walnut Cove, N. C. 

...353 South Union Ave., Ctanford, N. J. 

. . Montozuma, N. C. 

... 139 Front St., Draper, N. C. 



Edna Cranford 

Dorothy Cress 

Lucile Croft 

Ernestine Crouch 



409 Jones St., High Point, N. C. 

237 Montlieu, High Point, N. C. 

211 Thurston St., High Point, N. C. 

...326 West Russell, High Point, N. C. 

.... Methodist Orphanage, Raleigh, N. C. 

Box 46, Jamestown, N. C. 

Waunetta Culver 627 W. Lexington Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Brownie Dail _ __ Winterville, N. C. 

Jean Davis — _ _ Route 1, Randleman, N. C. 

Betty Ellison _ _. 400 West Ray St., High Point, N. C. 

Dorothy Ann Elmore _ Star Route, Lawndale, N. C. 

Bertie Foster 920 Grace St., High Point, N. C. 

Gloria Foust _ _ _ _ 606 Woodrow, High Point, N. C. 

Esther Free _ 407 Gatewood Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Kathy Gaither Harmony, N. C. 

Dottie Goode 404 Woodrow, High Point, N. C. 

Zana Groome _ _ _ Edgedale Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Betty Hayes Box 67, Route 3, High Point, N. C. 



Gaynell Hayes 

Pansy Henderson 

Nell Humphreys „ 

Alice Jones 

Rose Joyner _.. 

Isabell Kaliam .._ _ 

Willie Lee Kennedy 

Hazel King 

Valeria Kivett 

Roberta Landreth _ 

Mildred Laughlin 

Geraldine Lee 



....838 W. Sprague, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
College St., Jacksonville, N. C. 



.-.821 West College Drive, High Point, N. C. 

— 114 Blanch, Clayton, N. C. 

— 411 Carolina Ave., Carolina Beach, N. C. 

- Madison, N. C. 

Route 2, Thomasville, N. C. 



.3535 78th St., Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
.... 1002 Sherrod St., High Point, N. C. 
Sparta, N. C. 



Nell Loflin 



Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

500 Denny St., High Point, N. C. 

601 Randolph St., Thomasville, N. C. 



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Peggy Long 

Jo Lineback 

Jeannette Litaker _ 

Dorothy Magoon 



340 S. Wrenn St., High Point, N. C. 

West Pole Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

_ 281 Nerr St., Concord, N. C. 



Nelson Mann 

Frances Martin 

Irene Miller 



Jacqueline Murray 

Jeannette McBane 

Jean McGowan 

Attie Page 

Edith Paisley 

Jean Parnell 

Margaret Phelps 

Jean Pittman — _ _ 

Helen Posey 

Millicent Price - 

Eloise Pruette __ _.. 

Ruth Rachels 



..Calle 27 entre C&D, Apt. 2i4,Vedado, Havana 

600 Hillcrest Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Lewisville, N. C. 

2334 Edgewood, High Point, N. C. 

Pilot Mountain, N. C. 

— _ Graham, N. C. 



— 232 Maple St., Reidsville, N. C. 
Acme, N. C. 



— 722 West Harris St., Asheboro, N. C. 

26! N. Bridge St., Elkin, N. C. 

320 Louise Ave., High Point, N. C. 

— Candor, N. C. 



701 



Ethylene Ragsdale __ 

Mary Lou Rainey 

Buster Readling 

Cleo Roberts „ . 

Jacqueline Sink 

Norma Sink 

Cinny Sledge 



Lindsay, High Point, N. C. 

__ Route 3, Bostic, N. C. 

Casar, N. C. 

_. Laurel Hill, N. C. 

— Route 1, Asheboro, N. C. 

— Route 2, High Point, N. C. 

19 Kerry St., Concord, N. C. 

123 Wenrworth, Reidsville, N. C. 

1304 Pershing St., High Point, N. C. 

637 Irving St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Box 142, Weldon, N. C. 



Jane Sneed . - . Route 1, Elkin, N. C. 

Carolyn Snowden 1 57 _0 5 Cherry Ave., Flushing, N. Y. 

Lovedia Stewart — Route 1, Broadway, N. C. 

Marie Stewart ._ - — Route 3, Lillington, N. C. 



Betty Ann Surrett 

Billie Jo Teague 

Carollie Thoma 

Elizabeth Thornton .. 

Anna Mae Tucker 

Nancy Turpin 



311 Barker St., High Point, N. C. 

1208 N. Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

_ Elwood Hotel, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 285, High Point, N. C. 

..433 Academy, Madison, N. C. 



Joy Warren 

Margaret Weant 

Billie -Welch 

Lorraine White 

Mary Louise White 

Nancy White 



Oakwood Ct. Apts., High Point, N. C. 
1029 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 
Route 4, High Point, N. C. 



.322 Otteray Drive, High Point, N. C. 

P. O. Box 397, Portsmouth, Va. 

.... Box 15, Archdale, N. C. 



Martha Kathleen Williams ... 

Nancy Womble _ 

Pallie Wood 

Helen York 



-406 Richardson Street, High Point, N. C. 
. Route 1, Kernersville, N. C. 



207 Church Street, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
„ Denton, N. C. 



Route 2, Ramseur, N. C. 



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Bs'i i- ■■'■■■ 



FRESHMAN BOYS 



Harold Austin 

Bob Brown — : 

James Brown 

Jack Byerly 

Keith Cranford _ 

Frank Culbreth 

Clyde Faulkner ... 



David Firesheets 

Millard Firesheets 

Bill Gabriel 

James Hix 

Harold Hudspeth 

Dallas Hunter 

Will Ray Kiger - 

Neal Lancaster _ 

Denver Langley 

Louis Lowder 

Samuel Mackie 

Harry Matthews _ 

Olson McBride 

Bill Noell 



_ 1600 Wiltshire Blvd., High Point, 

Box 1225, Fayetteville, 

_ Lasker, 

1007 Ferndale Drive, High Point, 

„ Denton, 

Rutherfordton, 

Route 4, Winston-Salem, 

11 Main Street, Reidsville, 

Main Street, Reidsville, 



-601 N. 6th Street, North Wilkesboro, 

_ 502 D Street, North Wilkesboro, 

Yadkinville, 



Route 1, Tobaccoville, 

_ Mt. Airy, 

312 Louise Street, High Point, 

Seagrove, 

720 Oakwood, Albemarle, 

Box 207, Yadkinville, 

Pinnacle, 



Parkersburg, 

.307 Arcadia Avenue, Winston-Salem, 

...107 Highland Avenue, Thomasville, 

Route 1, Kernersville, 



1104 Salem Street, High Point, 
Eagle Springs, 



Jr. Children's Home, Lexington, 
Route 1, Yadkinville, 



C. O. Plyler, Jr., _ 

Billy Pope 

Dempsey Pope 

Earl Richardson 

Bob Sexton _ ._ 

Arthur Sheek _ 

Richard Sizer _ _ 314 Otteray Drive, High Point, 

Norwood Smith — — 307 North 4th Street, Wilmington, 

C. D. Spillman, Jr Yadkinville, 

Malcolm Sullivan _ _ 133 Elm Street, High Point, 

Jimmy Teachey 

Kenneth Tilley _ 

Joe Waddell 

Protus Wood 



-1110 Montlieu Avenue, High Point, 
-318 Jackson Street, Roanoke Rapids, 
Route 2, Concord, 



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Compliments of 
CECILS DRUG CO. 



REDWINE HARDWARE CO. 

Telephone 3444 
208 North Main High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 



JARRETT STATIONERY CO. 

Books, Stationery and Office Supplies 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

Incorporated 
PHONE 4545 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 

5-10-25c Store 
High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
W. F. AUSTIN & SON 



Compliments of 

ANDERSON 
WEST END DRUG STORE 

1550 English Street 



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Smithdeal 

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LEWIS & HOLMES 
MOTOR FREIGHT CORPORATION 

High Point, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. 

"Serving the Southeastern States" 
High Point Office Phone 2879 



STUDENTS WELCOME TO 
GIBSON'S 

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



STUDENTS MEET AT 
McLELLAN'S 



Compliments of 

ROSAINE SHOP 

139 South Main 



WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers for All Occasions 

PHONE 2807 

114 East High High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
YOW'S FUNERAL HOME 

Hich Point, N. C. 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO. 

SERVING HIGH POINT AND VICINITY 



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