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ZENITH 



1947 



VOLUME TWENTY 




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Editors 

TAL LANCASTER 
DICK TUTTLE 

Business Managers 

ANNA LEE FERGUSON 
JIMMIE WHICHA1D 

Adyiser 



MISS E, VERA IDOL 




TO CHARLES LEE AMOS- 



Respected Citizen; Prominent Manufacturer^ 



Honored Employer; Community Leader and Trustee 



of High Point College; interested in and siipporter 



of -worth-while causes whose career Is a challenge 



to youth — The Staff dedicates 



THE 3947 ZEINITE1 




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YES, TEMPUS FUGIT. FOUR YEARS HAVE PASSED 



AS A CONFUSION OF MEMORIES; MEMORIES OF 



FRIENDS, OF DANCES, OF FOOTBALL GAMES, OF 



EXAMS— THE PRESERVATION OF THESE MEMORIES 



IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS BOOK. 



WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR TIME, THAT INTANGI- 



BLE QUANTITY OF NOTHING? 





CHRISTIAN STUDENT COUNCIL: Carolyn Beam. James Brown, George 
Case, President; Frank Evans Vice President; Anna Lee Ferguson, 
Marietta Harrison, Bill Hilton, Vickie Jackson. Mary Lou Rainey, Vada 
Redding, Earl Richardson, Clarence Warren, Nancy White. Norval Wil- 
liamson, Kathryn Young, Secretary; George Rudisill. 











MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION: Austin, Bean, Bobbin. J. Brown. B. 
Brown, Gibson, Hilliard. Harrington, Fitzgerald. Jordan. Lancaster, Mc- 
Culley, Mickey, Norton, Putnam, Lawson, Richardson, Rudisill, Whitt, 
Wilkinson. Willyard, Page, Warren, Mercer, Oakley, Evans. Wicker, 
Burton, Smith, Cassel, Dr. Carroll, Dr. Lindley. 

GIRLS' RELIGIOUS CLUB: Beam, Love, Lewis, Harrison, Smith, 
Churchill, Boone, Young. Hinshaw, Pickler. 

PREACHER'S KIDS CLUB: Rainey, Lib and Jimmy Kinnerly, Hoyle, 
Harrison, Imai, Love, Nicholas, Pegg, Taylor, Brown, Dulin, Mclver. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT: President, D. C. Freeman; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Bill Bobbitt; Woman's Hall President, Barbara Hough; Pres- 
ident Garrett House, Sue Butner; Day Student Girl's President, Anna Lee 
Ferguson; President Men's Dormitory, Douglas Case; Senior Representa- 
tive, Carlene Kearns; Sophomore Representatives, Virginia Forward, 
Thurman Homey; Adviser, Mrs. Harrison. 



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WOMAN'S HALL 
COUNCIL 



Barbara Hough 
President 

LOVEDIA STEWAKT 

Vice President 

Gaynell Hayes 
Secretary 

Jean Sexton 
Treasurer 

Carolyn Beam 
Ha I J Proctor 



FENNY HALL 
COUNCIL 



Carolyn Cranford 
President 

Jane Lawther 
Marjorie Roberts 

Jean Wall 
Barbara Willis 



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MENS DORM. 
COUNCIL 

Douglas Case 
President 

Francis Bowen 
Vice President 

Hardy Maxwell 

Senior 

Representative 

C. D. Spillman 

Junior 
Representative 

Clinard Burton 

Sophomore 

Representative 

Walter Albrecht 

Fresh man 

Representative 



DAY STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Anna L. Ferguson 
Girl's President 

Coralie Thoma 
Vice President 

Carlene Kearns 
Secretary-Treasurer 

E. Vera Idol 
Adviser 

James Terry 
Boy's President 

Albert Evans 
Vice President 

J. R. Hamilton 
Secretary-Treasurer 

J. Hobart Allred 
Adviser 




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FUTURE TEACHER'S CLUB: Betty Hayes, President; Margaret Bobbitt, 
Elsie Cress, Coralie Thoma, Anna Lee Ferguson, Sam Taylor, Martha Davis, 
Jean Davis, Billy Pope, Loraine Chapman, Secretary; Betty Brockman, 
Dona Burns, Sue Butner, Mr. Coble, Dr. Hinshaw. 

MARSHALS: Billy Pope, Chief; Gloria Faust, Hazel King, Nell Humphreys, 
Jessie Russell, Carol Snowden, George Case, Clifton Evans, Harold 
Hamilton. 



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HOME MANAGEMENT CLUB: Mary Moore, Jessolyn Lumsden, Vivian 
Creech, Ruth Lee Bowers, Sue Butner. 

MODERN PR1SCILLA CLUB: Joyce, Thompson. Willis, Bowers. Jackson. 
Carter. Snowden, Wall, Tucker, Workman, Burton, Steed, Alman, Kearns, 
Elmore, Lineback, Pruett. Mendenhall, Warren. Moore, Lumsden, Comer. 
Lowe, Johnson, Spencer, Home, Payne, Miss Johnson, Adviser, 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL: ALPHA THETA PSI: Faculty Member, Mrs. 
White; Sorority Member, Anna Lee Ferguson. SIGMA ALPHA PHI: 
Faculty Member, Dr. Bartlett: Sorority Member, Vicki Jackson. THETA 
PHI: Faculty Member, Miss Adams; Sorority Member. Nelle Humphreys. 
DELTA ALPHA EPSILON: Faculty Member. J. H. Allred; Fraternity 
Member. Harry Jordan. EPSILON ETA PHI: Faculty Member, Herman 
Coble; Fraternity Member. Tal Lancaster. IOTA TAU KAPPA: Faculty 
Member, Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. Fraternity Member, D. C, Freeman. 



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ALPHA THETA PSI 





Sorores in collegia: Anne Alman. Donna Burns. Elsie Cress, Edith Current, Anna Lee 

Ferguson, Carlene Kearns. 
Jewel Myers, Margaret Phelps, Mary Lou Rainey, Coralie Thoma, Mary Elizabeth 

Vaughn. 

Honorari sorores: Miss Ernestine Fields, Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw, Mrs. Alice Paige White, 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 




Sorores in collegia: Adriene Angel, Carolyn Cranford, Dot Elmore, Virginia Forward, 

Jane Home. Barbara Hough. 
Vickie Jackson, Louise Joyce, Jacksie Miller, "'Mike" Scott, Patsy Sifford. 
Chris Thompson, Betty Trollinger, Nell Tuttle, Joy Warren, 

Honor ari sorores: Dr. Helen Bartlett, Miss E. Vera Idol, Mrs. P. E. Lindley. 



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TMETA PHI 




Sorores in collegio: Becky Chappell, Vivian Creech. Elizabeth Diekerson, Gloria 

Foust, Fran Gamewell, Nelle Humphreys. 
Janet Russell, Jean Sexton, Carol Snowden, Helena Upshaw, Betty Ward. 
Nancy White. Kat Young. 

Hanoran. sorores: Miss Louisi- Adams. .Mis. V M. Harrison. Mrs. X. P. Yarborough, 
Mrs. Virgil Yow. 



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DII.TA ALPHA ZPSILON 




Fratres in coUegio: Dick Tuttle, Sam Taylor, Earl Richardson, Harry Jordan. Jimmy 
Hall, James Brown. Lawrence Leonard, Harold Wyatt. 

Honor ari fratres: Prof. J. H. Allred. Prof. J. H. Mourane. 



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Fratres in collegia: Horace Billings, Clinard Burton, Douglas Case, Jack Cecil, 
Thomas Cooke, Bill Craven, 

Frank Culbreth, George Davis, Bill Goldston, "Pop" Gunn, James Harmon, "Pinky" 
Hedrick. 

Jimmy Kinerley, Tal Lancaster, Hardy Maxwell, Garland Slack, Richard Stout. 

James Terry, Jimmie Whichard, Herman Winfree. 

Honor ari fratres: Prof. H. E. Coble, Dr. Ben H. Hill, Prof, N. P. Yar borough. 



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Fratres in collegia: Tom Cole. Keith Cranford, Cliff Evans. D. C. Freeman. Bill 
Gabriel, Bill Hoyle. 

Harry Matthews, John Mickey, Bill Noell, Richard Patterson. Arthur Sheek. 

C. D. Spillman, Noell Surratt, Norval Williamson. 

Irvin Kimbro, not pictured. 

Honorari fratres; Dr, C, R, Hinshaw, Sr., Coach Ralph James, Mr. 0. A. Kirkman, Dr. 
P. E. Lindley. 

Fratres on faculty: Seymour Franklin, C. R. Hinshaw, Jr. 



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The much renowned Hijjh Point College 
Quartet: 

Denny Lee Bryson 
Mary Lou Rainey 
Glad Lawson 
Earl Richardson 

Kei I mai. Accompanist 

Dr. N. M. Harrison, Sponsor 



CHOIR: Angel. Beam, Brown, Bryson, Churchill, Ellison, Lee, B. Love, 
D. Love. Lewis, Mclver, McBain. Rose. Sharpe. Smith, Scott, Sifford. 
Cecil, Meyers, Cranford, Ferguson. Imai, Nunn, Rainey, Upshaw, Aumon, 
Boyles, Holder, Parrish. Peppers, Taylor, Dodamead, Hall, Harrison, 
Ingram, Mickey, Jordan, Richardson. 







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THE ORDFR OF THE LIGHTED LAMP 




Edna Boone, James Brown, Charlotte Churchill, Martha Davis, Carlene Kearns. 
Russell Lombardy, Jewel Myers, Mary Lou Rainey, Earl Richardson, Helena Upshaw. 



Old members: Anna Lee Ferguson and Clarence Warren. 



Who's Who Among College and University Students 








Carolyn Beam, Edna Boone, James Brown, Denny Lee Bryson, Anna Lee Ferguson, 
Harold Hamilton, Barbara Hough. 

Alice Jones. Louise Joyce. Carlene Kearns. Russell Lombardy, Sam Taylor, Richard 
Tuttle, Clarence Warren. 



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SUPER SENIORS 

1. Fran Gamowcll, most beautiful. 2. Bob Edwards, most handsome. 3. Lib 
Dickerson, most popular. 4. Russell Lombsrdy, most popular and most athletic. 
5, Carolyn Beam, most friendly. 6. D. C. Freeman, most friendly. 7. Sam 
Taylor, most likely to succeed. 8. Carolyn Ncely, most original. 9. Jimmie 
Whichard, most original. 10. Anna Lee Ferguson, most intellectual. 11. Clarence 
Warren, most intellectual. 12. Mary Ami Hedgecock, most athletic. 



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TOWER PLAYERS: Miss Taylor, Director; Adriene Angel, Glen Bates, Dot Cress, 
Bill Leatherman, Ed. Kemp, Jack Robinson, John McCormick, Bob Garrison. 



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HI-PO STAFF: Margaret Phelps, Horace Billings, Nancy White, Elsie Cress. Buzz 
Edens, Jewel Myers, Wayne Cagle, Jacksic Miller. Bob Cress, Gaynell Hayes. Ad- 
viser: Prof. A. S. Withers. 

ZENITH STAFF: Editors: Dick Tuttle. Tal Lancaster. Editorial Staff': Elsie Cress, 
Adriene Angel, Doris Lee. Business Managers: Anna Lee Ferguson, Jimmie Which- 
ard. Business Staff: Nancy White. Doris Pickler, Betsy Anderson. Thomas Cooke. 
Adviser: E. Vera Idol. 




EXQUISITE 

SENIOR 

Blanche Myers 
Thomasville, N. C. 



BEAUTIFUL 
JUNIOR 

Lorraine Chapman 

Walnut Cove, N. C. 



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LOVELY 
SOPHOMORE 

Betty Trollingek 

Asheboro, N. C. 

MISS HIGH POINT 
COLLEGE 

as selected by 
Cecil E. deMille 



AMOUROUS 

EEESHMAN 

Anne Steed 
High Point, N. C. 




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194G-47 COLLEGE BAND: Cornet: Ingram. Brower, Tucker. McBain, Kennedy. 
Friddle. Trombone: J. B, Taylor, Dodamead, Cox, White. Alto Saxophone: Pr it- 
chard. Kearns. Tenor Saxophone: Jordon. Clarinet: Tabor, Rains. Bryant. Scarce, 
Glenn, Poddgctt, Ellis. Flute: Brockman, Cauble. Bass: Williamson." Whitt, Hod- 
gins. Alto Horn: Dale, Welch, Ferryman. Baritone: B. Welch. Davis. Bell Lyre: 
Mickey. Drums: Morris, Taylor. Leonard. Wagner, Bryant. Drum Majorettes: 
Alice Thompson. Donaree Garner. Drum Major; Bill Goldston. Director: Mr. 
Bryant. 



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COACHES OF THE PURPLE PANTHERS: Ralph James. Head Coach; Bill Fair- 
cloth, Line Coach. 

CHEER LEADERS: Earl "Pinky" Hedrick, Chief; Nancy White, Bobbie Seywert, 
Billie Jo Teague, Bill Gant, Glen Bates, Ann Steed. 



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194« FOOTBALL SQUAD: Front, row, left to right: Bollinger, Tipton, McDonald, 
McCurry, Foxworth, F. Evans. Doby, Johnson. Horney. Neil. Robinson. Second row: 
Roy Davis, Knapp, Chapman, Myers, Chcadle, Harrell, Debeny, Hammond, Cale. 
Collins, Petree. Third row: A. Evans, Edwards, Bill Brewer. Suggs, Paul Brewer, 
Bill Williams, Atwood, Page. Callis, Ilderton, Bud Williams. Co-Captain; Cooke. 
Fourth row: Painter, Co-Capain: Giles. Rosie Davis, Faircloth. Griswold, Poole, Cox, 
Harris, Auman, Bumgardner, Brown, Vaughn. Fifth row: Managers and Trainers: 
Horace Billings. Jesse Jayne, Joe Slade. 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Glen Painter. 

FOOTBALL SCORES FOR YEAR OF '46: 



Duke "B" Team 

Western Carolina 6 

Milligan 6 

Catawba 19 

Appalachian 10 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

Newberry 6 

Guilford 

Eton 6 

Wofford 

Carolina "B" Team 14 

Seven Wins; Two Ties; Two Losses. 



High Point College 19 

High Point College 6 

High Point College 19 

High Point College... 7 

High Point College 6 

High Point College 33 

High Point College 12 

High Point College 6 

High Point College 31 

High Point College 21 

High Point College 14 



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1940-47 BASKETBALL TEAM: The Purple Panthers, last year's North State Cham- 
pions, inaugurated the 1947 basketball session, from the predictive angle, with little 
intentions of surrendering those laurels. 

In early season play, the squad, studded with aggressive and experienced ma- 
terial, had little trouble in subduing its opponents, giving proof for possible repetition 
of performance to last year's achievement. 

The varsity squad carried over six veterans of last year's squad in Jack Ham- 
mond, forward; Russell Lombardy, guard: Jack Preston, guard; Darrell Welborn, 
forward; Vincent Cale. center: and Carl Tipton, guard. Two prewar veterans of 
varsity competition for High Point College, George Demmy and Richard Ditullio, 
were back to assist in the cage program. 

The new additions to the squad include: Bill Sheets, forward; Eddie Giltinan, 
forward; Frank Henry, guard; Ted Moran, center; and Malcolm Sullivan, a war 
time All-Conference star here. 

In the first two conference games, the Panthers had a perfect record. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: Tucker, Pickler, McBain. White, Hedgecock, Grove, 
Stewart, Hines, Kearns, Cutchin, Neely, Lineberger, Young, Angel, Chappell, Gamewell, 
Isenhour, Williams, Stewart, Buekner, Miss Jo Chapman. Adviser. 

BOYS* INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES 

Since returning veterans were not required to enter physical education classes, Coach 
Franklin attempted to arouse the interest of many of these boys by having a well-rounded 
intramural program. Tournaments were run off in the various sports and participants 
who were on either the winning or runner-up teams received beautiful silever and bronze 
medals, respectively. The physical education department adopted the use of a standard 
type medal with a raised enamel "H" as well as a picture of the particular event. 

Tournaments were held in tag football, duck-pin bowling, volley ball, basketball, ping- 
pong, horseshoes and tennis. 

In tag football the N.D.M. Club led by Capt. Fran Bowen, Dick Di Tullio, Doug Case. 
Geo. Demmy, Russ Lombardy and Lindsay Weaver captured the crown quite easily. Cobles' 
All-Stars were runner-up on the merits of Capt. Hebe Coble. Jim Russell, Buck Guyer. Bill 
Sheets, Garland Hill and Frank Culbreth. 

Duck-pin bowling at the Arcade alleys in High Point provided plenty of excitement 
and thrills. Dave Pulliam's Boys' Dorm team seemed to have the knack of getting the 
strikes and spares and won the title, witli the Epsilon Eta Phi and N.D.M. club closely on 
their hecN. Pulliam and Callis had high games for the season of 137 and 131, respectively. 

Other tournaments were not finished at the time this annual went to press. 



TAG FOOTBALL RESULTS 

Won Lost Captain 

N.D.M ... S Fran Bowen 

Cobles' 4 1 Hebron Coble 

Eps. Eta Phi 2 2 Hardy Maxwell 

Screaming Eagles 2 2 J. P. McCormick 

Day Students ... 1 2 Wayne Staley 

Litamic 1 2 Horace Billings 

l.T.K 2 D. C. Freeman 

Rummies 2 Waller Albrecht 

Preachers 2 Glenn McCullie 



BOWLING RESULTS (To Date) 

Won Lost Captain 

Boys' Dorm 20 7 D. Pulliam 

Eps. Eta Phi 16 11 R. Stout 

N.D.M 16 11 R. Lombardy 

Faculty 10 17 R. Hinshaw 

Day Students .10 17 C. Boyen 

Millikan 9 13 G. Painter 



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JUNIOM VARSITY BASKETBALL 

With the return of veterans to school this year, over fifty boys reported for basket- 
ball. Boys not yet ready for varsity competition were used on the junior varsity 
squad coached by Coach Franklin, who arranged a very attractive schedule with some 
of the leading junior college teams in the state and with junior varsity teams of several 
other schools in the North State conference. "Pinkey" Hedrick was chosen captain for 
the year and along with Jack Byerly, Moe Merhige, and Jack Morris played heads-up 
ball the entire season. Supporting these men were "Pop" Gunn, Bill Hoyle, Jim Russell, 
Horace Billing's and others who showed vast improvement as the season progressed. The 
schedule for the year was as follows: 



Oak Ridge (there) 



Wingate ( there ) 



Oak Ridge ( here ) 



Appalachian J. V. (there) 



Carolina B (there) 



Elon J. V. (here) 



Hanes Hosiery B (there) 



Pfeiffer (here) 



Catawba J. V. (here) 



Wingate ( here ) 



Hanes Hosiery (there) 



Catawba J. V. (there) 



Tomlinson (here) 



Guilford J. V. (here) 



Guilford J. V. (there) 



Appalachian J. V. (here) 



Chapel Hill All-Stars (here) 



Elon J. V. (there) 



Pfeiffer (there) 



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UftoSe who arranged for the consumption of 
most of our time . . . One faculty, 
and {Administration 




PRESIDENT 

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



VICE PRESIDENT 

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




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Resident Bishop Charlotte Area Clare p URCELL , DD . 

President of High Point College G. I. Humphreys, D.D. 

1946— G. Ray Jordan, Horace S. Haworth. H. A. Millis, G. H. Kearns, J. Clyde Auman, 
Ernest W. Teague, 

1947— Paul N. Garber, C. A. Dillon, S. W, Taylor, N. M. Harrison, L. F. Ross. 

1948— W. A. Lambeth, C. K. Proctor, H. F. Hunsucker, C. C. Robbins, Jr., Charles W. Mc- 
Crary, J. E. Pritchard, Mrs. M. J, Wrenn. 

1949— Mrs. C. F. Finch, F. Logan Porter, J. M. Millikan, J. D. Williams, C. L. Amos, 
Mrs. Katie Rankin. A. J. Koonce. 

OFFICERS 

H. A. Millis, President High Point, N. C. 

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

N. M. Harrison, Secretary-Treasurer High Point, N. C. 



FACULTY AND STAFF 



C. Reginald Hinshaw 

A.M., Litt.D. 
Director of Instruction 



Percy E. Lindley 

A.M., Litt.D. 
Dean of St talents 




C. Lucille Johnston 
Bursar 



Nathaniel P. Yarborouch 
A.B., A.M. 
Registrar 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Louise Adams 

A.B., AM. 

Mathematics 



B. P. Alwarde 
Business 



Mrs. Martine Barker 
Art 



Alda T. Berry 

A.B., M.A. 

Business 



Dr. Carroll 

Philosophy 




J, HOBART ALLRED 

A.B., A.M. 
Modern Languages 



Nicholas Antomakas 
Biology 



Helen R. Bartlett 

A.M., Ph.D. 

History 



Gerald N, Bryant 
Baud Director 



Ruth M. Carter 

A.B., M.A. 

English 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Elizabeth Jo Chapman 

B.S., M.A. 

Physical Education 
for Women 



E, O, CUM MINGS 

B.S., Ph.D. 
Chemistry 



William Faircloth 
Assistant Football Coach 



Ernestine Fields 

B.Mus., B.S., M.Mus. 

Music 



Seymour Franklin 

A.B., M.A. 

Physical Education 

for Men 




Herman E. Coble 
A.B., M.A. 
Education 



Mrs. Leonard Dudley 
Modern Lani/mi'ics 



John Farlow 
Business 



Miss Foster 
Librarian 



Mrs. L. W. Gerhincer 

-Assisian! Bookstore 
Manager 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Alice Gorman 

Assistant Counselor 

jor Women 



Mrs. E. C. Harville 
Dietitian 



Benjamin H Hill 

M.S., PhD 

Biology 



George H. Hobart 

A.E., M.A. 

Business 



Ralph E. James 
Head Cone'! 




Mrs. E. T. Harrison 

Social Director and Head 

Counselor for Women 



E, C, Harville 
Superintendent of Build- 
ings and Grounds 



C. Reginald Hinshaw, Jr. 

A.B.. M.A. 

History 



E. Vera Idol 

A.B., A.M. 

English 



Ada B. Johnson 
B.S., M.S., M.A. 
Home Economies 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Kathryn Leonard 
Information Office 



J. Harley Mourane 

B.S., M.S. 

Chemistry and Physics 



Marjorie E, Seay 
Music 



Patsy Sifkord 
Office Secretary 



Miss Taylor 
Dramatics 




Lillie Mae Moore 
Registrar's Secretary 



Mrs. George Perry 
Penny Hall Counselor 



Richard A. Short 

Graduate Manager of 

Athletics and Treasurer of 

Bookstore 



Elizabeth Sossoman 
Office Secretary 



Mrs. C. L Whitakef 
House Mother 
Woman's Hall 



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1' ACUITY AND STAFF 




Alice Paige White 

A.B.. A.M. 
Ancient Languages 



Faculty not pictured: 

G. M. Nichols, B.Ed., Mathematics 

Franklin Riker, Voice 

A. S. Withers, A.B., M.A., English 



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Who cAre We? 



Senior Class 




OFFICERS 



Hardy Maxwell. President 



Jimmie Whichakd, Vice President 



Anna Lee Ferguson, Secretary-Treasurer 



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SENIORS 



John Charles Aucox, Stokesdale 

A.B. Mathematics 

Edwards Military Institute 1,2; Thalean Literary Society 
3; Band 3. 



Elizabeth (Betsy) Anderson, High Point 

A.B. 

Woman's College U.N.C. 1; Cornelian Society 1; Choir 
2, 3, 4: Advertising Manager Hi-Po 3: Zenith Staff 4. 



Marjorie Carolyn Beam, Cherry ville 

A.B. 

Greensboro College 1 ; Emerson Literary Society 1 ; YWCA 
1; Brevard College 2; Glee Club 2; Enterpian Literary 
Society 2; Basketball 2; Penny Hall Council 3; Religious 
Education 3; Proctor of Woman's Hall 4; Pres. Rel. Ed. 
4; Christian Student Council 4; Choir 4; Who's Who. 




Carolyn Billings, Winston-Salem 

B.S. Pre-Mcdicul 

Salem College 1, 2; Lablings Club 2; International Re- 
lations 2; Der Verien Club 2. 




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SENIORS 




Gloria Yvonne Bingham, Thomasville 
A.B. 




Edna Louise Boone, Nashville 

A.B. 

Choir 1; Forensic Council 1, 2, 3; Rel. Ed., Vice Pres. 2, 3; 
Red Cross Unit 2; Choir 3; Rel. Ed. Club 2, 3, 4; Who's 
Who. 





Ruth Lee Bowers. Peachland 
B.S. Home Economics 

Ffeiffer College 1.2: YWCA 1, 2; P.B.M.C. 1; Speaker 

and Arln]'-; Guild L! ■ W.A.A. 1. Trcii.sui'cr 2: Intra. Sports 
1,2; Basketball 1.2; Home Economics Club 1, Vice Pres. 
2; Modern Priscilla Club 3, 4. 



Denny Lee Bryson, Greensboro 

B.S. Music ( Voice ) 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Greensboro College 1, 2; YWCA Cabinet 2; Council 
Representative 2; Emerson Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Bit 'n' 
Spur Riding Club 1, 2; Sextette 2, 3; Rel. Ed. Club 2, 3, 
4; Quartette 3,4; Choir Vice Pres. 4; Who's Who. 



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SENIORS 



Marie Sue Butner, Kernersville 

B,S. Home Economics 

Winthrop College 1; Modern Priscilla Club 3 4" Pres 
of Garret House 4. 




Wincie Victoria Cagle, High Point 
B,S. in Science 
Hi-Po 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 




Douglas D. Case, Akron, Ohio 

B.S. Business Administration 

Football 1,2, 3; Baseball 1,2; Block H Club; Dorm. Coun- 
cil Pres. 4; Class Vice President 3; Student Gov't. 4; 
N.D.M. Club. 



Flora Rebecca Chappell Welborn, Candor 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Woman's College U.N.C 1. 2; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; 
Beauty Contest 3, 4; Head of Sports 3; Zenith Staff 3. 






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si:rs*iORS 




Erwin Wonble Cook, High Point 
A.B. 







Maurice George Couturier, Mebane 

B.S. Pre-Medical 

Epsilon Eta Phi 



Vivian Alene Creech, Smithfield 

B.S. Home Economics 

Theta Phi 

Louisburg College 1, 2; Dram. Club 1, Sec. 2; Glee 
Club Pres. 1, 2; Ath. Assn. 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; I.R.C. 1. 2; 
Cell Group 1; Columns, Feature Editor 1; Phy. Ed. Club 
2; May Court, Maid of Honor 2. 




Elsie Pearl Cress, High Point 

A.B. English 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Honor Roll 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Po 3, 4; Zenith 4; 
Alpha Theta Psi 3; Future Teachers Club 4. 



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SENIORS 



Martha Branson Davis, Randleman 

B.S. Business Administration 

Woman's College U.N.C. 1; Dikean Society 1; Pres Gar- 
ret House 3; Marshal 3; Honor Roll 2, 3. 



George Demmy, Erie, Pa. 

A.B. 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Class Treasurer 
2, Pres. 3; May Day 3; Block H, N.D.M. Club. 



Elizabeth W. DickerSOn, Spartanburg, S. C. 
A.B. 
Theta Phi 
Virginia Antermont 1, 2; Zenith Staff 3; Choir 3, 4. 




Frank Hicks Evans, Lenoir City, Tenn. 
A.B. 




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Anna Lee Ferguson, High Point 

A.B. 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Class Officer 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2; Lighted Lamp 
3, Marshal 3; Student Gov't. 4; Who's Who. 



Russell J. Fitch, High Point 
A.B. 



Dorothy Elizabeth Foster, Harmony 
A.B. 




Dilliard C. Freeman, High Point 

B.S. 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Pres. Student Body 4; Class Pres, 1,2; Vice Pres. Student 
Body 3; Chief Marshal 3; Who's Who 3, 4. 



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SENIORS 



Betty Jane Fryar, Greensboro 

A.B. Primary Education 

Greensboro College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; 
Art Club 1,2; Greensboro Daughters Club 1,2; I.R.C, 1; 
Choir 3; Future Teachers of America 4. 







Mary Frances Gamewell, Badin 

B.S. Physical Ed if cation 

Theta Phi 

W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Beauty Contest 1, 2; Student 
Gov't. 3; Head of Sports 3, 4. 



C. M. Gantt, Jr., High Point 

B.S. Business Administration 

Thalean Literary Society 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Student Gov't. 
3; Cheer Leader 2, 4; Pre-Medical Club 1, 2. 



Arthur Evans Griswold, Asheville 
B.S. Physical Education 
U. S. Navy four years; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
N.D.M. Club, 




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SENIORS 



Edna Harriet Grove, Flushing, N. Y. 

B.S. Physical Education 

W.A.A. 2, 3, Officer 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Head of Sports 3, 4. 






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Harold P. Hamilton, Thomasville 

A.B. Pre-Ministerial 

Lehigh University; Marshal 4; Ministrial Association 2, 3, 
4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Who's Who. 




James Garland Harmon, Powellsville 

B.S. BiLsiness Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Thalean Literary Society 1; Soccer 1; Choir 3; Smoker's 
Club 3, 4. 



Emmett Hartnett, Johnstown, Pa. 

B.S. 

Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Gov't. 3; Hi-Po 2: Tennis 
2; N.D.M. Club. 



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SENIORS 



Mary Ann Hedgecock, Winston-Salem 

B.S. Physical Education 

W.A.A. 12, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Waiters and 
Waitress Club 3, 4. 




Barbara Elizabeth Houch, Concord 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Hi-Po 3; Woman's Dorm. Council 4, Pres. Woman's Hall 
Dorm. Council 4; Who's Who. 



John William Hoyle. Winston-Salem 

A.B. 

Iota Tau Kappa 

I.R.C. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Dorm. Council 1; Chem. Eng. 
Club 1; Student Gov't. 2; Hi-Po 2; P-K Club 3; Smoker's 
Club 4; Student Gov't. 4. 



Kei Imai. Ditiuba, Cal. 

B.S. Music < Piano I 

Pfeiffer 1,2; YWCA 1, Sec. 2; Chorus 1, Pres. 2; Dorm. 
Council 1, Vice Pres. 2; Speakers and Actor's Guild 2: 
Student Gov't. 2; W.A.A. 1, Pres. 2; I.R.C 1, 2; Intra. 
Sports; Chorus, Church, Vespers. Organist 2; Order of 
the Sundial 2; Penny Hall Council, Treas. 3; P-K Club 3; 
H.P.C. Quartette Accompanist 3, 4; Choir '-i. Sec. 4. 









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SENIORS 




Vicki Jackson, Barbourville, Ky. 

B.S. Home Economics 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Modern Priscilla Club, Vice Pres. 3; Sigma Alpha Phi, 
Pres. 4; B.S.U., Pres. 4. 








Carolyn Swann Johnston, High Point 
B.S. Business Administration 



Alice Jones, Clayton 

A,B, Religious Education 

Choir 1, 2, 3; Pel. Ed. 2. 3, 4; War Bond 1, 2; Upper 
Classman Social Committee 3, 4: Red Cross Org. 1, 2; 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Hi-Po 1; Who's Who. 




Claudia Louise Joyce, Mt. Airy 

B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Marshal 3; Lighted Lamp 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3- Vice Pres 
Dorm Council 3; Who's Who. 



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SENIORS 



Carlene Elizabeth Kearns, High Point 

E.S. Home Economics 

Alpha Theta Psi 

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Priscilla Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 
3; Religious Council 3; Class Officer 3; Day Student Gov't 
3, 4; Student Gov't. 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Who's 
Who. 







P. K. Club. 



James E. Kinnerly. Lexington 

A.B. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 



Purvis Talmadge Lancaster. Lakedale 

A.B. English 

Beta Phi Gamma; Epsilon Eta Phi 

Louisburg College 1,2; YMCA 1,2; I.R.C. 1,2; Monogram 
Club 1, Sec.-Treas. 2; Columns Typist 1, Sports Editor 2; 
Dramatic Club. Vice Pres. 1, Pres. 2; Student Gov't. 1, 2; 
Campus Activity Committee Chairman 2; Brantley Medal 
2; Central Religious Council 1,2; Athletic Instructor 2; 
Athletic Medal 2; Ministerial Association 3, 4; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4; Zenith Co-Editor 4. 



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Billie Hedrick Leatherman. Lexington 

A.B. 

N. C. State 1. 2; Day Student Gov't. Vice Pres. 3; Hi-Po 
Cir. Mgr. 3; Forensic Council 3; Tower Players 4. 




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SENIORS 




Doris Elizabeth Lee, High Point 

A.B. 

E.C.T.C. 1 ; W.A. A. 1 ; Choir 1 ; Girls Trio 1 ; Chi Psi Players 
1 ; Band 1 ; Vocalist with Swing Band 1 ; Choir 2 ; Quartette 
1; Hi-Po 3; Zenith Staff 4. 



Russell A. Lombardy, Washington, D. C. 

A.B. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Student 
Gov't. Vice Pres. 4; N.D.M. Club; Who's Who. 



Jessolyn Lumsden, Ahoskie 

B.S. Home Economics 

Woman's College U.N.C. 1; Peace 2; Choir 3; Modern 
Priscilla Club 3, 4; Summer School '46. 









Hardy Luther Maxwell, Asheville 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Army Air Corps; Football 1.2; Freshman Class President; 
Sophomore Class President; Dorm Council 4. 



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SENIORS 



John S. Mickey, Mt. Airy 

A.B. 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Pfeiffer 1,2; Choir 3, 4; Band 4; Quartet 3; Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. 



Martha Edens Minnis, Archdale 

A.B. 

Queen's College 1; Choir 1; Honor Roll 1; Council 1 
S.C.A. 1; Choir 2, 3; Forensic 2; B.S.U. 4. 



Philip H. Modijn. Jamestown 
A.B. 
Sigma Chi 
University of Michigan 1, 2. 



Mary Moore, Maxton 

B.S, Home Economics 

Pfieffer I. 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; 
YWCA 1, 2; Coblin Committee 2; Intra. Basketball 2; 
Taylor University 3; Philethean Lit. Society 3; Soangathas 
3; Modern Priscilla Club 3, Treas. 4. 




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SENIORS 









Blanche Myers, Thomasville 

B.S. Home Economics 

B.S.U. 1; Glee Club 1, 3; Lenoir Rhyne 2; May Day 2; 
Spanish Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Entry for Miss High 
Point College 4. 



Jewel Myers, High Point 

B.S. Music 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Minnie P. Harrell Medal 1; Choir Accompanist 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2. 3, 4; Hi-Po 4; Music Recital 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Carolyn Neely, Asheboro 

B.S. Business Administration 

Woman's College U.N.C 1; W.AA. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Po 2, 3; 
Choir. 



Eabnest Page, Draper 

A.B. 

Vice Pres. of Student Gov't. Brevard 2; Pres. I.R.C. 2; 
Ministerial Association Pres. 4. 



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SENIORS 



Jane Bland Preston, Kinston 
B.S. Physical Education 
Cheer Leader 1,2,3; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Dorm. Council 1. 



Kuth Wilson Rachels, Laurel Hill 

A.B., Religious Education 

Choir 1; Religious Education Club 1, Secretary 3, Vice 
President 4. 




Mary Ethylene Ragsdale, Asheboro 
A.B. 



Vada Virginia Redding. Sophie 
B.S. Business Administration 
Guilford 1.2; Young Friends Society 1,2; YWCA 1,2; 
Hi-Po 3; C.S.C. 4. 




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.SIMORS 




Eva Belle Reeves, Greensboro 

A.B. 

Greensboro College 1, 2. 3; Greensboro College Players 1; 
Signed the Gold Book 1; Elba Henninger Speech Club 1; 
Emerson Literary Society 1; Town Students Assn. 1; 
YWCA 1; I.R.C. 1: French Club 1. 





William H. Robeins, High Point 
B.S. 
Armed Forces three years. 



Dorothy Nell Scott, Franklin 
A.B. 




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Rov Stutts, Thomasville 

A.B. 

Spartanburg Jr. College 1, 2; Newberry College 3; H.P.C. 
4. 



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SENIORS 



Sam Taylor, Jr., Asheboro 

B.S. Music 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres, 2. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3- 
Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Who's Who. 






James D. Terry, High Point 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Thalean Literary Society 1,2; Footlighters Club 1 ; Hi-Po 
1, 2; Inter-Collegiate Debaters 2; Honor Roll 3; Pres. Boy's 
Day Student Council 4. 




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Margaret Christine Thompson, Chapel Hill 
B.S. Home Economies 
Sigma Alpha Phi 
Modern Priscilla Club. 



Richard M. (Dick) Tuttle, High Point 

B.S. Chemistry 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Marshal 3; Class Vice Pres. 3; Zenith 3. Co-Editor 4; 
Chemistry Lab. Assistant; Honor Roll; Who's Who, 




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SENIORS 




David Sidney Underwood. Trinity 
A.B. History 
Army three years; Honor Roll, 



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Helena Upshaw, High Point 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Student Gov't. 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 3; Day 
Student Council 2; Methodist Student Movement Vice 
Pres. 3; May Queen Attendant 2, 3; Marshal 3. 



Dorothy Eliza ki:t n Wagnkh. Hi^li Point 
B.S. Business Administration 
Woman's College U.N.C. 1,2; Honor Roll. 



Mary Elizabeth Ward. Asheboro 

B.S. Biology 

Theta Phi 

Zenith 2, 3; Woman's College U.N.C. 1; Hi-Po 3; Beautv 
Contest 3. 



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SENIORS 



Clerance Lee Warren, Clinton 

A.B. 

Ministerial Assn. 1. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Forensic 
Council 1, 2, Declamation Contest with Forensic Council 
2; Lighted Lamp 3,4; Dorm. Council 3; C.S.C. 4; Program 
Committee at First Methodist Church 4; Started Morning 
Devotional 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who. 



William Alfred Welch. High Point 

A.B. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Head Cheer Leader Newberrv College 
2. 3; Swing Band 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; V-12; Smoker's 
Club 4; Bio. Lab. Asst. 4. 



James E. Whicharu. High Point 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Band 1; Rep. Thalean Lit. Soc. 1; Day Student Rep. 2: 
Duke 2; Football 3; E.H.O. Vice Pres. 3; Senior Class 
Vice Fresident 4; E.H.O. Sec.-Treas. 4; Zenith Co- 
Business Manager 4; Honor Roll. 




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Choir 3: Band 4. 



Norval Williamson. Charlotte 
B.S. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa 




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Harold Walker Wyatt, Midland 
B.S. Chemistry 
Delta Alpha Epsilon 
Marshal 3; Jr. Representative 3; Chem. Lab. Asst. 3. 



Seniors Not Pictured 

Rodkkt Lkk Edwards. Mars Hill 
B.S. Physical Education 

Charles H. Matheny. Parkersburg, W. Va. 
A.B. 

Doris Jean Peele, Reidsville 
A.B. 

Harriett Blanche Smith, Polkton 
A.B. 



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Junior Class 




OFFICERS 



Paul Willyard 
President 



Nelle Humphreys 
Secretary 



Nancy White 
Vice President 



Jeff Harmon 
Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 



Elizabeth Ann Alman, High Point 
Adrienne Angel, High Point 

William H. Beaver, High Point 



Nixon Ingram Bingham, Thomasville 
Margaret B. Bobbitt, Roanoke Rapids 
James C. Brown, Lasker 



Amy S. Buckner, Graham 

Donna Elizabeth Burns, High Point 
Albert Wayne Cagle, High Point 



Billie W. Callahan, High Point 
June Ann Carter, High Point 
George D. Case, High Point 



Lorraine E. Chapman, Walnut Cove 
Charlotte Churchill, Cranford, N. J. 
Mary Sue Clark, Montesuma 



Elizabeth Jane Clifton, Draper 
James H. Coleman, High Point 
Katherine P. Comer, High Point 




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JUNIORS 




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N. Virginia Cozart. Fuquay Springs 
Carolyn Ruth Cranford, Asheboro 
Edna Cranford, High Point 



Keith Odell Cranford, Denton 

Dorothy Ann Cress, High Point 

Clyde Frank Culbreth, 
Rutherfordton 



William H. Currie, High Point 

June Marjorie Deversa, Spring Lake 
Jean M. Davis, Randleman 



Irving Kent Dennis, High Point 
Richard N. Dittullo, Erie, Pa. 
Betty Ellison, High Point 



Dorothy Ann Elmore, Lawndale 
Clifton L. Evans, Lexington 

Clyde W. Faulkner. Winston-Salem 



James M. Featherstone, Roxboro 
Gloria Ann Foust, High Point 
Kathy Elizabeth Gaither, Harmony 



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JUNIORS 



William D. Goldston, Leaksville 
Louise J. Gordy, High Point 

John R. Hamilton, Thomasville 



James S. Harris, Harris 

Betty Jean Hayes, High Point 
Gaynell Hayes, Winston-Salem 



Raymus Franklin Hilliard, Linwood 
Thurman A. Horney. High Point 
Nelle M. Humphreys, High Point 



Filmore Holt Hunter, High Point 
Charles M. Ivey, High Point 

Elizabeth Ann Kennerly, Lexington 



Hazel Frances King, Jackson Hights, 
N. Y. 

Ellen Ruth Lewis, Asheville 

Thelma Jo Lineback, 
Winston-Salem 



Wayland H. Linthicum, High Point 
Gerald R. Lloyd, Kannapolis 

Dorothy J. Magoon, Havana, Cuba 




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JUNIORS 




Harry Matthews, Pinnacle 

Dorothy Jeanette McBain, Graham 
Dorcas W. Mclver, New London 



Valeria Mae Mendenhall. High Point 

Eugene A. Neely, High Point 

Joseph William Noell, 
Winston-Salem 



Ruth W. Payne, Brasstown 

David H. Petree, High Point 

Margaret Elizabeth Phelps, 
Clemmons 



L. Billy Pope, Kernersville 
Eloise Pruette, Casar 

Mary Lou Rainey, Fayetteville 



J. Earl Richardson, Bobbins 

Raymond John Rider, Elmhurst 
Marion C. Rowland, Randleman 



Janet Catherine Russell, High Point 
Jessie Dean Russell, Yadkin ville 
Fred S. Shermer, Yadkinville 



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JUNIORS 






Garland C. Slack, High Point 

Gladys Virginia Smith, Denniston, Va. 

Carolyn Elizabeth Snowden, 
Flushing, N. Y. 



C. D. Spillman, Yadkinville 
Lovedia Stewart, Broadway 
Billie Joe Teague, High Point 



Carollie Thoma, High Point 
Anna Mae Tucker, Madison 

Leatrice Joy Warren, High Point 



Linsey A. Weaver, Indian River 

Loraine Marie White, Portsmouth, Va. 
Nancy Elizabeth White, High Point 



Arthur Benton Williams, High Point 
Barbara Jane Willis, Asheboro 
Paul Otto Willyard, Charlotte 



Bessie Lou Wood, Winston-Salem 
Richard Zarback, Fairfax, Va. 

Juniors not pictured: 

Frances Lee Bowen, Johnstown, Pa. 
Dorothy G. Goode. High Point 
Horace S. Williams, Asheville 
Peggy Williams, Spencer 




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Sophomore Class 






OFFICERS 




John Preston 




Carolyn Jones 


President 




Secretary 


Vincent Cale 




Clinard Burton 


Vice President 




Treasurer 



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SOPHOMORES 

Ahl, Jack E. 

Alridge. Ray Andrew 
Amick, Frank 

Arndt, Roy Glenn 



Austin, Harold C. 
Autry, Addie Lee 

Barnum, John Robert 
Bates, Glenn Calvin 



Beane, Kenneth E. 
Billings, i [orate 
Blair, Jane Lee 
Blaylock, John B. 

Bobbitt, William, Jr. 
Bolton, Robert S. 
Boyan, Clarence C. 
Boyles, Billy Lewis 

Boyles, David B., Jr. 
Brewer, Paul W. 

Brown, Bob McLean 
Brown, Vida J. 



Burton, Clinard 
Carter, Leo H. 

Carter, Nancy Lee 
Cecil, Frankie Marie 

Cecil, Jack Rogers 
Cecil, John Harley 
Charles, Jack Wood 
Chilton, Cecil Odell 










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Coble, Hebren 

Cole, Thomas Frank 
Cooke, David Thomas 
Cox, Peyton W. 

Craven, William C. 
Cresimore, James L. 
Current, Edith O. 
Cutchin, Ellie P. 

Davis, George A. 
Dawson, Irby Carson 
Deese, Ray B. 
Dull, Vernon M. 



Eades, Frank, Jr. 
Eagle, Robert M. 
Edens, Blanche 

Edwards, Sarah Nell 

Forward, Virginia D. 
Fowler, Samuel O. 
Gabriel, William H. 
Garrison, Bill B. 

Gray, Virginia Mae 
Gunn, Raymond 
Gunn, R. Howard 
Guyer, Charles G. 

Hall, James Thomas 
Hammond, Jack K. 

Harris, Whitlow Reid, Jr. 
Harrison, Marietta 



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SOPHOMORES 

Harrison, N. M., Jr. 
Hartley. Robert W. 
Hawkins, Joseph 
Hedrick, Earl Ross 

Henderson, William M. 
Hines, Frances Kathleen 
Hines, Joseph E. 
Hinshaw, Rosalie 

Hodgin, Lawrence G. 
Hoover, Nellie Lois 
Home, Jane I. 
Houston, Ben H. 

Huffman, William J. 
Hutchins, Kenneth Lee 
Hylton, Billy Thomas 
Ingram, Mary Ann 

Isenhour, Patricia Ann 
Jayne, Jesse Andrew 
Jenkins. Robert G. 
Johnson, Annie Jean 



Johnson, Dorothy O. 
Jones, Carolyn Virginia 
Jones, Edward L. 
Jones, Wendell W. 



Jordan, Robert H. 
Kale, William Hart 
Kirkland, Melba J. 
Knapp, Richard S. 




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SOPHOMORES 









Koontz, Mayme Sue 
Lassiter. Carter Clark 
Lawson, Betty Mae 
Letter, Ray Franklin 

Leonard, Lawrence S. 
Leonard, Mary Kathryn 
Lineberger, Ovida J. 
Love, Betty Jean 



Love, Dorothy Mae 
Malenkos, Jimmy 
Marshall, Ralph 

Martin, Rae Aldridge 

May, Andrew J. 
McAllister, John C, 

Meeks, Max Livingston 
Mercer, Robert Alexander 

Metcalf, L. Louise 
Mickey, Patsy Ruth 
Mitchell, P. Christine 
Moore, Sarah Lucy 

Morgan, Willie Lou 
Morton, Allen Glenn 
Myers, Donald E. 

Myers, Pharis Gilmer 

Nelson, James Leak 
Nelson, Peggy Leona 
Newby, Betty Sue 
Nicholas, Yvonne 



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SOPHOMORES 



Norman, Ralph Warren 
Nunn, Connie 

Oliver, Newman C. 
Page, Donald W. B. 

Palmer, Norris Y. 

Patterson, Richard Lee 
Payne, Betty 

Pegg, Sarah Edward 



Phillips. John William 

Pickler, Doris Lipe 

Plyler, Shirley 

Pollock, Garnette A. 



Preston, John E. 
Putnam, Roy C. 
Ray, Sidney W. 
Reid, Robert D. 

Ridge, Nancy E. 

Robbins, Lawrence H. 
Roberson, Rex E. 
Rogers, Homer G. 

Rountree, Milton D. 
Ross, Robert Tripp 
Rothrock, Harry E. 
Scott, Mary Estelle 

Sexton, Myron W. 
Sexton, Vista Jean 
Sheek, Arthur H. 

Sheppard, Barbara M. 




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Sifford, Elizabeth 
Sink, Henry D. 
Smith, Oscar L, 
Spencer, Eutha N. 

Stewart, Edna Mae 

Stoker, Lawrence Charles 
Stout. Richard W. 

Strader, Sarah Frances 



Stroud, Peggy Ann 
Staurt, William A. 
Surratt, George P. 
Surratt, Noel C. 



Trollinger, Betty 
Tuttle, Leota Nelle 

Vaughn, Mary Elizabeth 
Vaughn, Robert C. 

Venegas, Hector 
Vick, Alvin L. 

Wagoner, Earl Thomas 
Walker, W. B. 



Wall, Catherine Jean 
Wall, Martin 
Ward, James W. 

Waters, Emily Gladys 

Welborn, Lelia E. 
Whicker, Grady H. 
Whitaker, Bernard L. 

Williams. Ida Claudinc 



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SOPHOMORES 



Williamson, Selon Gray 
Winfrey, Herman 
Woodell, B. B., Jr. 
Woodruff, Billie B. 

Workman, Miles 
Workman, Carol 
Yokley, Vance G. 
Young, Kathryn 



Young, Susan W. 








Sophomores not pictured: 

Bridgewater, Billy B. 
Canipe, Robert G. 
Carter, Vivian B. 
Chilton, Jimmy H, 
Doby, John B. 
Duncan, Paul M. 
Edwards, John W. 
Gabb, Patsy R. 
Gupton, Cynthia 
Harrington, Robert C. 
Harris, Norman Arthur 
Heath, Wesley T., Jr. 



Hege, Martha 
Hutchins, H. E. 
Jones, John Powell 
Kinbro, Coy Irvin 
Nichols, Walter Hanna 
Padgett, Patricia Ann 
Painter, Charles Glenn 
Perryman, William Lee 
Pinnix, Edward Harrison 
Raphael, Bernard 
Sedberry, Eugene 
Thomas, Sidney A. 
White, Robert Currie 



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Freshman Class 




OFFICERS 



Charlie Collins, President 



Ann Steed, Secretary 



Joseph Slade, Vice President 



Curtis McDonald. Treasurer 



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Katrine Ann Ahlstrom 
Lesley James Albertson 
Walter Henry Albrecht 
Elmo Sanford Allgoocl 

Walmay Haney Amundsen 



William A. Anderson 
Calvin V. Atwood 
Betty Doris Auman 
Charles Lee An man 
Erdman C. Auman 



Richard C. Axley 
A. R. Barker 

George A. Bates 

Walter Boyd Beaker 
Harry Beasley 



Douglas Benison 
Howard H. Bishop 
George Thomas Boggs 
Bob Andrew Bollinger 
James Garfield Booker 



Arrie Evelyn Boozer 
John William Bost 
Joseph W. Brady 

James Franklin Brewer 
Joseph W, Brewer 



William Robert Broas 
Robert R. Brookshire 
Elbert Ralph Brown 
George Ncely Brown 
Gerald Nelson Bryant 



Alfred S. Bryson 
Billy L. Bumgarncr 
Frank Clark Bumey 
Barbara Lee Burton 
William B. Byerly 



Gilbert S. Callahan 
Vincent O. Cale 
Bruce R. Callis 

Donald J. Cameron 
Harland D. Campbell 



Lynda P, Campbell 
Wallace G. Campbell 
Roger P. Carnie 
Jean Marie Carroll 
William Carroll 




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Paul Jones Carter 

William Gurthery Causey 
Nellie Mae Chapman 

Ralph Maynard Chandler 
David B. Chcadlc 



Otto James Clontz 
James Leonard Coble 
James Leo Cole 
Charlis R. Collins 

Thomas Worth Coletrane 



Charles Herman Cook 
Pearl Ann Coomes 

Ralph Carlton Copley 

Walter Eugene Cornelison 
Carson Cox 



Lawrence F. Cox 
Glenn Craver 

John Greer Crawford 
Robert Cress 

Daisey Estelle Crowson 



Bonnie Jo Davis 

Rosier Norris Davis 
Roy Morse Davis 

Raymond Lester Deal 
Carlos Edison Deason 



John Debcny 

Elmer E. DeVault 
J. Faye Dodamead 
Tommie Dodamead 

Mary Elizabeth Dozier 



Leonard Olen Dudley 
George Joe Duggins 

Grady Nicholson Dulin 
Roy Grayson Edwards 
John Albert Evans 



Lauchlin Faircloth 
Betty Jo Fallin 

William Edward Fitzgerald 
Robert A. Fleming 

Michael Burron Fleming 



Jackson Kent Flynt 
Elaine Lois Forward 
James Manuel Foster 
Kathleen Lucille Foster 
Joe Calvin Fowler 



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FRKSHMEN 



James Melton Fox worth 
Basil Henry Freeman 
Ernest Boyd Freeman 
Carl C. Garrett 

Helen Marie Garrett 



Robert E. Garrison 

Robert Stancil Gibson 
Hugh T. Giles 

Allen Meredith Gillie 
George Welley Gillie 



Bruce Edward Gray 
Gene Harrie Greene 
Robert L. Green 
Betty Lou Griffith 

Henry Carlylc Griffith 



Clarene Ann Gumi 

Joseph Saunders Gurganus 
Samuel Jackson Handcock 
Millard Carl Hardin 

William George Harding 



Margaret Rae Harris 
Donald Thomas Hasty 
Martha Nell Hedge 
Jame C. Henderson 
L. F. Henry 



Edwin Lewis Hicks 
Lewis Carl Hillman 
Mary Payne Hinnis 

James Walker Holcomb 
Roy Eugene Holder 



Josiah Evans Holt 
William Allen Holton 
Harold Wayne Hoover 
Earl Clemith Howell 
Clerance M. Ilderton 



Robert Lee Ingram 

William Ccbret Jarvis 
John Q. A. Jeffreys 
James Cecil Jeffords 
Gordon Jensen 



Douglas Lee Johnson 
Joe Addison Johnson 
Randall Lee Johnson 
Thomas H. Johnston 
Thurston White JolliiV 



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Sammie Jones 

Tommie Elmo Jones 

Robert Thomas Jordan 
Edna Anetia Kearns 
Liles Hoover Kearns 



Clerancc Edward Kemp 
Clyde F. Kennedy 

James Donald Kepley 
John Richard Kimsy 
Dorothy Lcola King 



Mary Reese King 

James Byron Kirkman 
William Lindsay Kivett 
Bill Clement Lackey 
Robert James Lamb 



Lester Dalton Lane 

William David Lattimore 
G. S, Lawson 

Jane Ellen Lawther 
Ruth Scott Lee 



Donald Howard Leonard 
Emma Jane Lewis 
Flavius G. Lindlcy 
Henry J. Lowder 
Lawson L. Lowder 



Bertha Viola Lowe 
Bill CI era nee Loyd 

Gleen Reeves McCulley 
Donald Julian MeCurry 
Neil Guilford McDamel 



James Curtis McDonald 

Willis Thad Mclnnis 

Sam J. Mclnnis 

Emette Philip McKenzie 
Glenn Martin Macy 

Charles Franklin Mann 
Robert Jennings Marley 
William Sidney Marley 
Robert Mack Martin 

Alexander Shepard Meekins 



Merwyn Wesley Merhige 
Bernard Lawrence Miller 
Jacksie Miller 
Betty Lou Miller 
Hilda Rose Mitchell 



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FRESHMEN 



Elizabeth Lee Moore 
Theodore F. Moran 
Terry Jackson Morris 
Edward Loni Myers 
Lois RnUi Nance 



William Riley Needham 
John Peter Neill 

Charles Edward Nichols 
Julia Ann Nimer 
Zane Grey Norton 



Eugenen O'Daniels 

Gary Dun lap Osborne 
Charles R. Paisley 
Donald James Paisley 
W. C. Parrish 



Margaret Jessie Payne 
Russell Moore Payne 
Elizabeth Ann Pegram 
Gurnie Win!' red Pendry 
James Earl Perry 



James Wilburn Petree 
Nathaniel B. Petty 
Luther Cosby Poole 
Dennis McNae Presncll 
John Junior Prieve 



Garland P. Pritchard 
David M. Pulliam 
Ralph Leslie Rains 
James Withers Rapcr 
John N. Ravesies 



Robert Bruce Richardson 
Robert Worth Richardson 
Javan Dorn Rike 

Joel Arlendo Robbins 

Marjorie Christine Roberts 



Stanley G. Roberts 

John Luther Robertson 

William Henry Robinson, Jr. 
Robert C. Rogers 

Charmiona Carolyn Rose 



Thomas Madison Rowlctt 
George Wesley Rudisill 
Dedrick Forrest Samuels 

Norman Doyle Satterthwaite 
Charles Kelly Saunders 







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KlttSHMEN 



Thomas Naymes Scott, Jr. 
Roberta Jane Seywert 
Nancy McKee Sharpe 
Luther W. Shutterly 
Joseph H. Sheets, Jr. 



Robert R. Shields 

William David Shields 
George R. Simmons 
Ervin Hoyt Sink 
Loyd Edward Small 



Claude Ervin Smith, Jr. 
Carlton Gaines Smith 
Junnu Durwood Smith 
Ralph Elwood Smith 
Harold Dermont Smyre 



Elizabeth B. Spearman 
Laymon Wayne Sprye 
Carl Wayne Staley 
Ann Cecilia Steed 

Howard Clifton Stewart 




Gurney Lee Stroud, Jr. 
Ann Elizabeth Stuart 
Charles Wilson Stuart 
Edward Leonard Sugg 
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Marvin Leroy Summey 
Gut Timothy Swain 
w Elsie Swicegood 

Charles Gordon Tabor 
James B. Taylor 



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T> ic^fc V «• ■- *-^ --■' John Joseph Tilley 

'.-- M , ,-^v , ' .. Betty Lou Transon 



Henry Rupert Trollinger 
*■ Clayton C. Tuggle 







Nova June Tucker 
Kathryn Mins Tuttle 
Dwinght Y. Upton 
Ruby Lee Underwood 

Charles Allen Varner, Jr. 



Robert Lindsay Varner 
Russell Richard Vaughn 
Everett T, Vaughn 
Murry F. Vaughn 
Cleo Martin Vinable 



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William Dillard Wagner 
J. B Walls 

James Knox Walker 

Frances Elizabeth Weaver 
Martha Weinig 



Darrell Lee Welborn 
Mary Elizabeth Whitley 
John Franklin Whitt 
Lloyd Kaneer Whitt 
Bob White 



Emogene Fisher Winecoff 
Guy Hemphill Wilkinson 
Paul Connelly Williamson 
David Lewis Wilson 
John Knox Wilson, Jr. 



Merritt Young Wilson 
Vance L. Wilson 
Raymond M. Wise 
Erwin L. Workman 
Albert Ernest Yow 



Ray Arnold Yow 
George M. Williams 




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Charles M. Bodenheimer 
Phyllis Joy Boldra 
James C. Bolton 
Elmer C. Bradshavv 
Jean Carolyn Bridges 
Francis Arthur Carrier 
Paul M. Cassell 
Otis Charles Chapman 
Lloyd R. Cox 
Charles C. Creasman 
Mortimer James Donoghue 
Herbert W. Eillington 
Lonnie Elwood Gailes 
Edward John Giltinan 
Donald Eugene Gray 
Lester Eugene Guthrie 
Adrenal Haney 
Joseph Tillford Harrell 
Betty Ann Johnson 
William F, Kemp 
Jack Howard King 
Charles W. Lawrence 
Carlton T. Leonard 
J W, Lowdcrmilk 
Billy Ray MacMahan 
Howard Wallace Medlin 
Claude W. Purgason 



Billy L. Quick 

John Rogers Robinson 

Robert Lee Robinson 

James San ford Russell 

Robert W. Sappen.'ield 

Joseph Parker Slade 

Wiley Walter Snow 

Eugene Spottedhorse 

William Ross Sprinkle 

Donald Evans Stone 

William D. Styron 

J. M. Tate 

Billv B. Thayer 

Walter Bradford Thomas, Jr. 

Carl Clarence Tipton 

Robert R. Triplette 

Carl Lebor Underwood 

William A, Watkins, Jr. 

Harold Lee Weaver 

John Gray Welch 

John Harley Welch 

Bill Buckworld Williams 

D. L. Williams 

Cameron Page Winston 

Carl Richard Wood 

Charles Henry Wood 

Lawrence Edgar York 



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SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Paul Bruton 



John S. Oakley 




John P. McCormick 



Edgar F. Pepper, Jr. 



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Williams H. Atkins 



Ray Quilliam Hussey 



Donald Amos Bain 



Harvey L. Kanter 



A. Flemming Bell 



Thorn;, s !•'. I.indsey 



Betty Marie Brock man 



Manly Hold! Byerly 



Mrs. Joe Matheny 



Nina Lee Whitakcr 



Mrs. Paul Willyard 



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MISPLACED 

Thomas Cumly 
Robert Davis 

Thomas H. Elder 



William Garner 

George Van Guilder 
James Hill 



William Hilton 
Doris Home 

Richard Jeffords 



Carl Douglas Mayes 
Mrs. Carol Moore 
George A. Moser 



Mary Surratt 
John Wells 



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Through the Zenith 



With Best Wishes 



from the College 





SANDHIlT^^mJZ^ 
FURNITURE CORPORATION 

WEST END, N.C. 

MANUFACTURERS OF TRADITIONAL AND 
MODERN BEDROOM SUITES 



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A COMPLETE LINE OE ODD POSTER BEDS 







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 CO. 

"iVoiliifMj but service to sell" 



STUDENT'S HEA DQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 



Books -:- Refreshments 
School Supplies 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 



THE ROBBINS KNITTING CO. 


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SPRUCE PINE, N. C. 


C. C. ROBBINS, JR. 30 F. H. ROBBINS '32 


MARIETTA PAINT b 


Compliments of 


COLOR CO. 


GILLS 




128 S. Main Street 




"For the Women of Fashion" 


FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 


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Dresses : Suits : Coats 


PAINTS 


Shoes 


VARNISHES 
ENAMELS 


A Complete Line of 

Accessories 



Compliments of 

JACOB'S MEN'S SHOP 


Authorized Distributors 

ELGIN BULOVA -:- GRUEN 
LONGINE and HAMILTON 

Watches 

• 

STANLEY'S 

Jewelers 

125 South Main Street Phone 2283 


WMFR-FM WMFR-AM 

97.7 Megacycles 1230 Kilocycles 
1000 Watts 250 Watts 

Your Pioneer AM-FM Radio Voices of 
High Point, N. C. 


Compliments 

HORACE G. ILDERTON, INC 


Dodge and Plymouth Passenger Cars 
Dodge Trucks 

Sales and Service 


HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Compliments of 

C. L. AMOS 


Compliments of 

Diamond Full Fashioned 
Hosiery Co. 


Get It Fresh! 

If you want the best in Bakery Products . . . 

Hot Rolls : Bread : Cakes and Pies of All Kinds . . . 

Visit Our Modern Bakery 


Beeson Hardware Co., Inc. 

214 North Main Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


QUALITY BAKERY 

317 North Main Street Phone 3166 


Sporting Goods, Builders Hardware, 
and Farm Equipment 



With the Compliments of 



EFIRD'S 



CITY CAB INC. 



24 HOUR SERVICE 
Safe and Courteous Drivers 



PHONE 3408 



J. W. SECHREST AND SON 

Since 1897 



Ambulance Service 



Dial 3349 



Compliments of 

North Carolina Theatres 



CENTER 
PARAMOUNT 



BROADHURST 
RIALTO 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT HARDWARE 



High Point Savings and Trust Co. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 

111 North Main Street Phone 5258 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 
HIGH POINT LAUNDRY, Inc. 

Wrenn Street Phone 3325 



Compliments of 
CULLER and HEDRICK, Inc. 

Wrenn Street 



High Point's Leading Florist! 

GRACE FLOWER SHOP 



Main at Washington Street 
Edgar Snider '36 



Compliments of 

GREEN TIRE SERVICE, INC. 

720 North Main High Point, N. C. 



THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP 

Exclusive Ready-to-W ear and Millinery 

Arcade Building High Point, N. C. 



PIEDMONT AUTO FINANCE CO. 
Auto Loans -:- Financing 

Opposite Post Office 



Phone 2190 



PUGH'S 

Camera Shop, Inc. Sporting Goods Co. 

For PHOTO SUPPLIES and SPORTING NEEDS 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

Quality Flowers . . . Plus Personal Attention 

114 East High Street High Point, N. C. 

Phone 2807 Mrs. A. E. Williams 


''You can get it at Pugh's" 


Compliments of 

CANNON-FETZER CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


116 East High Street Phone 5950 


Compliments of 
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 


Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

Phone 2964 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


MANN'S 
Cut-Riite Drug Store 

High Point, N. C. Kannapolis, N. C. 
Greensboro, N. C. Reidsville, N. C. 
Thomasville, N. C. Burlington, N. C. 


Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY CO. 

Phone 4507 312 W. Broad Street 


C. F. Williams and Alston Clark 

Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers 

C. F. WILLIAMS, Selling Agent 
ALSTON CLARK, Auctioneer 

118'i West Washington Street Telephone 4953 


CENTRAL SERVICE STATION 

Opposite the Post Office Phone 2694 

Shell Products 


BECKY'S FLOWER SHOP 

and 
WHITLARKS GIFT SHOP 

108 East Commerce Phone 3694 


Compliments of 

J. C. WELCH MOTOR CO. 

117 South Wrenn Phone 2485 


COLLEGE STREET SERVICE 
and GARAGE 


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT QUICK LUNCH 

108 East Washington Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


College and English Street Phone 3903 


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ALLEN MITCHELL 
Realtor 

Archdale Office High Point Office 
Phone 53191 Phone 5293 


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Compliments of 

LOGAN PORTER MIRROR CO. 


HARALSON AGENCY 

118'i North Main Street Ili^h Point, N. C. 

LIFE. ACCIDENT, HEALTH and HOSPITALIZATION. 
GROUP and INDIVIDUAL INSURANCE 

PHONE 2394 


Shop and Save at 
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

319 N. Main Street High Point, N. C. 


THE BECKER TAILORING CO. 


High Point's Leading Tailors 


104 West Washington Street 




Compliments of 




W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 

Quality Shoe Repairing 

114 East Washington Phone 4313 




AGENCY ^ 

INSURANCE REAL. ESTATE 










Nor 


III State Telephone 


Co. 

inity 


Compliments of 

CHARLES DEPARTMENT STORE 

Ready-to-Wear and Fashionable Merchandise 


Sen 


ing High Point and Vic 


Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 
"Noted for Good Food" 

R. B. Curran, Manager 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


AU! 


STIN FURNITURE 


CO. 

ushers 


Compliments of 

Piedmont Insurance b Realty Co. 

Jack Taylor, Manager 


High F 


'oint's Oldest Home Fun 


Compliments of 

PIEDMONT BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

1 10 West Washington Street High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

BELK-STEVENS CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Compliments of 

THE ELWOOD BARBER SHOP 

118 East High Street 


ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

"Where Quality and Price Meet" 

243 South Main Street Phone 4332 



LET'S WORK TOGETHER 



All the years you've been working 
toward this important moment — 
GRADUATION — Reddy Kilowatt 
has been taking on new jobs too, 
in business, in homes, on the farms 
and in the factories of the Piedmont 
Carolinas. 

He's all set to keep on working with 
you in the challenging years ahead 
. . . creating new jobs and helping 
you in scores of ways to meet the 



DUK^ POWER COMPANY 






Compliments of 



SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 



Producing only one product 

A QUALITY ICE CREAM 



Gibson Ice Cream Co. 



1400 North Main Street 



Phone 2401 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

FOR THIS YEARBOOK 

Made by 

Eedmon's Studio 

Elkin, North Carolina 



Distinctive Portraits 

School and College Photography 
Scenic and View Photographs 

Children and Babies' Photographs 
Weddings : Formal and Candid 
Industrial and Commercial 



MORGAN'S ESSO SERVICE 

NORTH MAIN AND MONTLIEU TELEPHONE 3117 


Compliments of 

GREAT LAKES INDUSTRIES INC. 

310 West Broad Street 


BAKER'S TIRE SERVICE 

515 North Main Street Phone 3710 
LI. S. Royal Tires 


VICK PAINT and WALL PAPER CO. 

Dial 2678 113-115 East Commerce Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


For Quality Dairy Products 

LINDALE DAIRY CORP. 


"It's our pleasure to serve you" 


Compliments of 
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

Wrenn Street 


West Lexington Avenue High Point, N. C. 


HENDRIX FURNITURE STORE 

147-49 South Wrenn Street 

"Complete Home Furnishings" 

Phone 5462 


HALL PRINTING COMPANY 

Complete Printing Service 
High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

INDUSTRIAL FINANCE COMPANY 
Auto Loans 


CITY TRANSIT CO. 

Chartered Trips Anywhere 


Phone 3919 


HENRY V. KOONTS, REALTOR 

244 South Main Street 
Phone 4533 


JONES & PEACOCK, INC. 

AGENTS 
206 Professional Building Phone 2346 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


GEO. T. WOOD & SONS, Inc. 

Distributors Carpets • Rugs 

Display Rooms: 314 to 322 West Broad Street 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Styles for Floors : Profits for Stores Since 1921 


Fine Shoe Repairing 

CITY SHOE SHOP 

Opposite Rear Security Bank 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Phone 2090 



DAVIS-PRUETT MOTOR CO. 

Sales and Service 

748 North Main Street Phone 5421 
NASH 


INGRAM'S FOOD MARKET 

Meats and Groceries 

210 Willowbrook Street Phone 5491 


MARTINE'S, Inc. 

Furniture : Decorations : Carpets : Rugs : Draperies 

606 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 
W. Martine Barker Phone 2319 


Compliments of 

CARTER-COLTON CIGAR CO. 


CITY AUTO AUCTION CO. 

1 Mile West of High Point, N. C. on US 29 

Auction Sale each Tuesday 

Phone 35952 


Best Wishes 
TEMPLE-CURRY MOTOR CO., Inc. 


W. F. MAULDIN, Inc. 

819 North Main Street Telephone 341 1 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

"Better Buy Buick" 


QUALITY DRY CLEANING CO. 

1315 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 
"We Try to Please" 


F. E. CARPENTER 

Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor 

Warm Air Furnaces and Air Conditioning Systems 
a Specialty Phone 5064 


WATT'S BAKERY CO., INC. 


"Bakers of Watt's Famous 
Bread and Cakes" 


Compliments of 
ASIA RESTAURANT 

We Cater to Parties, Social Affairs, Banquets and 
Orders Prepared to Take Out 


MAYFAIR RESTAURANT 

120 West Commerce Street 

Telephone 2939 High Point, N. C. 

The Best for Good Food 


Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 

5-10-25c STORE 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Auto Parts and Accessories Co. 

201 East Commerce Street Phone 3471 or 3472 

Quality Automotive Replacement Parts and 
Expert Automotive Machine Shop Service 


CAROLINA ELECTRIC CO. 

123 South Hamilton Street 

1 1 PHONE FOR US 1 1 MOTOR and ARMATURE 
U WE'LL WIRE FOR U REWINDING 
Office Phone 2038 Night Phone 47471 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 


Carolina Upholstery Co., Inc. 

"Tomorrow's Furniture - Today's Prices" 
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE and SOFA BEDS 

G. J. Willard, President-Treasurer 
Box 1466 High Point, N. C. 

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N. L GARNER AND SON, AGENCY 

Perfect Protection Pays 

Every Way • Every Day 



226 Professional Building 



Phone 4648 



THE ARCADE BOWLING ALLEY 

329 North Main Street 
Botvl and Keep Fit! 



SLOOP AUTO SERVICE 

Hudson Sales and Service 

West Broad at Grimes Phone 3944 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



ROYAL CLEANERS 

Phone 2126 212 East High Street 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



KOPPER KETTLE 

Greensboro-High Point Highway Phone 38125 

"Two Places to Eat — Here and at Home" 

Jeddy Smith, Mgr. 



AUTOGRAPHS 



BUILDERS 
DREAMS 



VISIONS created by the imagination 
precede the achievement of any really 
great accomplishment. The ability to 
weave the threads of imagination into 

the finished fabric is equally important. 

It hos been the privilege of the 
EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 
to coonerate with the Zenith staff 

in creating their vision into material form 

Such cooperation is one of the "visions" 
which precede the building of a successful 
business and is a port of the working 

policy of the EDWARDS & BROUGHTON 
COMPANY. 

To those Staffs desiring complete co- 
operation, we offer unexcelled service. 

You, too, may be proud cf your annual 
Correspondence is Invited 



EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



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