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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1948, High Point College"

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THIS, THE TWENTY-FIRST VOLUME OF THE ZENITH was published by the Senior 
Class under the direction of BETTY HAYES, the editor, LORRAINE CHAPMAN, the assist- 
ant editor, MARGARET PHELPS, the business manager, ANNE ALMAX, the assistant 
business manager, and E. VERA IDOL, faculty adviser. 



DEDICATION 




To 
JAMES A. GRAY 

Chairman of the Executive Committee 

of 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



whose business leadership has wide recognition, whose loyalty as a church- 
man challenges admiration, whose citizenship commands high respect, whose 
philanthropic gifts to Methodist Institutions have been manv: 
and for whose benefaction to High Point College 
The Staff appreciatively dedicates 
The li)4-S Zexith. 



CONTENTS 



FALL 

Snapshots 6 

Campus Scenes 8 

Administration 10 

Seniors 15 

Juniors 31 

Sophomores 4*3 

Freshmen 51 

Sports 58 

WINTER 

Snapshots 6-i 

Beauty Section ... 66 

Sororities TO 

Fraternities 73 

Superlatives 77 

Tower Players 78 

Sports 79 

SPRING 

Snapshots 82 

Honorary Societies 8-i 

Organizations ^ 

Publications 9 ' 

May Court 10 - 

Sports 1()5 



FALL 



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, — »«*•■' i ' ■■ 




You Came to 
High Point College 



Years from now when you look back upon 
your college days yon will remember thai morn- 
ing last Sep te m lie r when another scholastic year 
at H.P.C. was set into motion. Sweltering, travel- 
dishevelled students came from all parts of the 
country- from Florida, from Michigan, from Ten- 
nessee and New York. Through all (he years 
of your life, you will never again fee] the thrill 
that came with coming to college, For both fresh- 
men and upper classmen it was a special feeling. 

This was a new life for von freshmen. For 
many it was the first time away from home. You will long re- 
member how bewildered you were, and bow determined not to 
show it. And didn't it make you feel good when someone asked 





if you were an upperclassman? There was little time to think 
your life was tilled with meeting your roommate, wondering 
how you two would get along, finding your way around, un- 
packing, registering, to say nothing of taking placemen! tests 
and beginning classes. In your heart was the sudden thrill of 
hearing the college son-- for the first time, and of meeting and 
liking new friends. You will remember I hose first days as days 
tilled with standing in line. You stood in line to buy your fresh- 
man caps, to register, and when you went to the dining ball there 

was another long waiting line. Soon after you arrived on the 
ea in] his came that dreaded lime in every freshman 1 s li fe rat 
week. Remember how you hated it? Yei at the same time it 
was fun. 

You upperclassmen- it would be even harder to describe your 
feeling on returning. It was as if you had never been away; yet 
there was something different. When you arrived, the football 
team was getting into shape for its first game, a week away. 
The campus was the same, but tin-re were many new faces and 
some of the old ones were gone. Your first days wvrr spent in 
that long registration line, and in jam sessions where there were 
long discussions as to who dates whom now-, how pretty Sally's 
wedding was, and whom you saw at the beach when you were 
there. You began dreading attempts at notetaking in those 
S:2() classes and those Ion-- afternoon labs. You stored memories, 
as those golden fall days passed, of football games, cabin parties, 
waiting in line at the Center, those "wee hour" jam sessions, 
hamburgers at the Kopper Kettle, cokes and sundaes at Jeff's, 
dinner at the Asia, dancing at the Casablanca or Plantation Sup- 
per Club, the Block H Dance, the pep rally and weiner roast after 
the Homecoming parade, those informal dances after the football 
games, or the peaceful hush of the evening as you came from the 
library. 

Those golden fall days passed quickly, and as they passed you 
dimly realized, especially you seniors, that this was one of the 
most beautiful parts of your life. Too soon it would be a thing 
of the past and each would go tin bis separate way. 



CAMPUS SCENES 




CAMPUS SCENES 





ADMINISTRATION 




PRESIDENT 

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



HOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Resident Bishop Charlotte Area— Clara Pur cell, D.D. 



President of High Point C 



G. I. Humphreys, D.I). 



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

19-18 — W. A. Lambeth, H. F. Hunsucker, C. C. Robbins, -Jr., Charles W. McCrary, J. E. 
Prit chard, .Mrs. M, J. Wrenn. 

1949— Mrs. C. F. Finch, F. Logan Porter, J. M. Millkan, J. I). Williams. C. L. Amos. 
Mrs. Katie Rankin, A. J. Koonce. 

1950 — G. Ray Jordan, Horace S. Haworth, H. A. Millis, G. H. Kearris, J. Clyde Auman, 
Ernest W. Teague, Mrs. 1). S. Coltrane. 



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FACULTY 



AND 



STAFF 





Louise Adams, A.B.. A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

J. Hobart Allred, A. 15., A.M. 
Professor of Modern Languages 

Nicholas Antonakos, B.S. 
Instructor, Biology 
% 

Emma F. Baber, B.S.. A.M. 
Assistant Professor English 

Maggie L. B. Barker, A.B. 
Instructor, Art 

Helen H. B.ahtlett, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 



Alda T. Berry, A.B.. M.A. 

Assf. Prof. Business Adiministration 

James Bishop, A. 15., M.A. 

Instructor in History 

Gerald N. Bryant, B.S. 
Associate Professor, Music 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Howard Carroll, A.B., I?. I)., Ph.D. 
Asso. Prof, of Philo. and Religion 

Marcella Carter, A. I?.. 15. S. in I..S. 
Asst. Prof, and Asst. Librarian 

Amy I. Clowes, B.R.E., M.A.. Ed.D. 

Associate Professor of Education 



Herman E. Coble, A. 15., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Education 

Edmund O. Cummings, 15. S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 

Myrtle Enoen, H.N. 
School Nurse 



W. H. Faircloth, 15. S. 

Assistant Coach 

John W. Farlow, 15. S. 

Instructor, Business Administration 

Ernestine Fields, B.Mus., 15. S.. 
M.Mus. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

■s 

F. Marie Foster, A. 15., 15. S. in L.S., 
M.S. in L.S. 

Associate Professor and Librarian 

Seymour Franklin, A. 15.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor and Director of 
Physical Education for Men 

Mary O. Gerringer 

Assistant Manager of liool- Store 



Alice Gorman, A. 15. 
Vocational Counselor 

Idyl Hauyille 
Dietitian 

E. C. Hauyille 

Supt. of Buildings and Grounds 




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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Ezra I). IIkyi.eh, A. 15., I.L.B. 

Assistant Professor, Business Admn. 

Benjamin II. Hill, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Bi<dogu 

Clifford R. Hinshaw, A. 15., M.A., 
Litt.D. 

Prof, of Education and Psychology 



George H. Hobart, A.]?., M.A. 

Prof. Business Administration 

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

Professor of English 

Ralph E. James 

Director of Athletics and If cad Coach 



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

Professor, Home Economics 

C. Lucille Johnston, Ph.B. 

Secretary to the President and Acting 
Bursar 

Kathryn Leonard, B.S. 
In formation Office 



Percy E. Lindley, A.B.. A.M., Litt.D. 
Professor of Religious Education and 
Dean of Students 

Gertrude E. May 
Business Secretary 

Lillie Mae Moore, B.S. 
Secretary to the Registrar 



J. Haiilev Mothank, B.S.. M.S. 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

Hope Pate, B.S. 

Instructor of Physical Education 

Betty S. Perry 

Assistant Counselor for Women 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Mrs. C. K. Proctor 
Counselor for Women 

Henry I. Ridenhour, A.B., B.I). 
Counselor for Men 

Richard A. Short, B.S. 

Graduate Manager of Athletics and 
Office Assistant 



Patsy SiffoRd, B.S. 
Secretary 

Elizabeth C. L. Taylor, A.B. 
Instrucor in Speech and Dramatics 

Alice Paige White, A. I?.. A.M. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Mrs. C. L. WhitAKER 

Housemother, Woman's Hall 

Arthur S. Withers, A.B., M.A. 

Professor of English 

Nathaniel P. Yarborough, A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Modern Eanguages 




FACULTY AND STAFF NOT PICTURED 



James W. Ci.oxtz. A.B.. LL.B. 

Instructor, Business Administration (Part Time) 

David M. Driver, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Modern Languages 

Clifford R. Hinshaw, Jr., A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of History 

Franklin Riker 
Instructor in Voice 

Martha S. Rogers, A.B. 

Instructor, English 



Emile H. Serposs, A.B.. A.M. 

Professor of Music 

Julia Moore Snow, B.S. 
Assistant Librarian 

Mrs. Ella Tingley 
Assistant Dietitian 

Mrs. John Townsend, A.B. 
Instructor of Biologi/ (Part Time) 

Floyd O. Hughes, A.B. 
iuditor 



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SENIORS 




Don Myers 
President 



OFFICERS 

Bill N'oell 
Vice President 



Kenneth Beane 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Seniors of 1948 — Proudly we repeat this phrase, 
and equally proud are we of our four years at 
H.P.C. May the thirty-first means the completion 
of one phase in our lives. Some will regret not 
having fulfilled their earnest intentions made in 
their freshman vear, while others will look hack 
with pride on their accomplishments. 

These four years, filled with events big and 
little, tragic or comic, seemed very brief. There 
were small daily events, already forgotten or that 
passed unnoticed and will not be remembered until 
long after June has come and gone. These things 



along with our priceless friendships, our dreams. 
our ideals, and our characters, which we hope have 
ixpanded and strengthened for having been here — 
these things we will take with us. 

It almost frightens us to realize that without 
our presence and all activities we had counted so 
important, things will continue- still there will be 
the spring dance and the Zknitii will still be spon- 
soring the Beauty Queen. 

To those who come after us we fling the torch- 
Hold high H.P.C.'s tradition! 



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SENIORS 




Elizabeth Anne Alman 

High Point. X. C. 
B.S. in Home Economics 

Alpha Theta Psi 

W.C.U.N.C. lj Cornelian Society 1; lli-l'o Staff 
2; Modem Priscilla Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; 
Future Teachers of America I-; Marshal 3; Assist- 
ant Business Manager of the Zenith t. 

Carlton G. Alspaugh, Jr. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A.B. 

Toccoa Falls Bible College 1, 2; President of 
.Ministerial Association 1, 2; President of Stu- 
dent Government 2; Keinliardt College 3; Presi- 
dent of Reinhardt Club 3; President of Dramatics 
Club 3; Physical Education Department Assistant 
3; University of Georgia 3; Vice President of 
Haygood Literary Society 3; II.P.C. \. 

Arthur Franklin Amick, Jr. 

High Point, X. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Football I; Navy 3 years; Block II Club 1, 2, 3, +. 

Adrienne Angel 

High Point. X. C. 

B.S. in Mu .sic 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, t; Woman's Athletic Associa- 
tion 1. 2, .'{, 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, i; Tower Players 3, 
I. Secretary t; lli-l'o Staff 3, t; Chapel Committee 
t. 



Roy Glenn Arndt 

Maiden. X. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 

George Emory Humphreys' Medal 3; Senior 
Superlative. 

Harvey C. Auman 

Walkertown, X. C. 

/>..S'. in General Science 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 



Army 2V2 years: North Georgia Coll 



ege 



Harold Austin 

High Point. X. C. 

A.B. 

Choir 1; Day Student Government 1; State Col- 
lege 2; Wesley Foundation 2; Editor The Methodist 
Student 2; International Relations Council 2; Stu- 
dent Division American Ceramic Society 2; YMCA 
2; II.P.C. :S, 1; Ministerial Association's, +, Presi- 
dent 3; Christian Student Council 3; President 
N. C. Methodist Student Movement 4. 



Kenneth E. Beane 

Siler City, X. C. 

A.B. 

Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Intra- 
mural Sports 3, t; Choir 2; Army 3 years; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer of Senior Class; Senior Superla- 
tive. 



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SENIORS 



William Morrisey Beaver 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Chemistry 
Chemical Engineering Club 1, 2; American Chemi- 
cal Society I; Honor roll :{, |. ; Army 3 years. 

Margaret Bobbitt 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
A. 15. 
Religious Education Club l, 2, 3, I; Red Cross 3, 
t, Committee Chairman; Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4, Vice President :i, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Honor Roll 3; English Department Assist- 
ant 3. 



Forest F. Bobo 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Newberry College 1, 2; Navy 2',<. Years. 

Francis Leo Bowen 

Johnstown, Pa. 

B.S. in Physical Education 



Clarence C. Boyan 

High Point. X. C. 

A.B. 

Wake Forest College 1, 2; Euzelian Literary So- 
ciety 1, 2; Min sterial Association 1, 2; Honor 
Roll 3. 

Billy 15. Bridgewater 

Asheville, N. ('. 

U.S. in Physical Education 

Football I, 2, 3; Block "II" Club 2, 3, 1; Army 3 
Years; Mayor of Millikan Hall 3. 



James Collins Parker Brown 

Lasker, N. C. 

A.B. 

Delta Alpha Ep.silon 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 

3, 4, President 4; Methodist Student Movement 

1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Christian .Student Council 

3, 4; Forensic Council 1, 2; Choir 2; History 

Department Assistant 2; Class Representative to 

Student Government 2; Marshal 3; Order of 

Lighted Lam]) 3, 4; Who's Who '■',. 

Amy Stuart Bi t ckxeii 

Graham, X. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
Vice Chairman 4; Student Adviser 3; Library 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; 
Zenith staff 4. 




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SENIORS 




Donna Elizabeth Burns 

High Point, N. C. 

A. 15. 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Choir 1, -'; Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 
i; Honor Roll 1, 3; Future Teachers of America 
t; Hi-Pa Stuff 4; Zenith Staff 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council 4; Secretary 4. 

Dorothy Ann Elmore Byerly 
Laundale, N. C. 

/>..S'. in Hume Economics 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Modern Priscilla Club I, 2, 3, t. Secretary 2; 

Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2; Secretary of 

Dorm Council 3; President of Woman's Hail 4; 
Representative to Student Government 4. 

Albert Wayne Cagle 

High Point, X. C. 

U.S. in Chemistry 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Chemical Engineer's Club 1, 2; The Hi-Po Staff 
I, 2, Sports Editor 3, Associate Editor 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4; Candidate for S. Robini- 
witz. Oratorical Award 4: News Bureau 3 ; Honor 
Roll, 3 years: American Chemical Society; Mich- 
igan State College 1943. 

Ann Carter 

High Point. X. C. 

U.S. iii Business Administration 

KIoo College 1; Future Teachers of America 4. 



George Devvitt Case 
Hendersonville, X. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi 
U.X.C. 1. 2; Coif Team 1, 2; Monogram Club 2; 
Marine Corp :i years; H.P.C. 3, 4; President of 
Christian Student Council 3; Marshal 3; Repre- 
sentative to Pan Hellenic Council 4; Captain of 
Golf Team :>,, V; Who's Who 4. 

Jack R. Cecil 

High Point, X. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Choir I, 3; Army 3 years. 

Lorraine Chapman 

Walnut Cove, X. C. 

A.B. 

Choir 1, 2; Woman's Athletic Association 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 3, President 4; Beauty Contest 3, 4; Attend- 
ant to May Queen 3; Honor Roll 3; Hi-Po Staff 
4; Assistant Editor of Zenith 4; English Depart- 
ment Assistant 3. 

Paul E. Chappell 

Tvner, X. C. 

/>'..S'. in General Science 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2: Basketball 1, 2; Ten- 
nis 2; 4'rack 2; Baseball 1; Xavv 3 vears; H.P.C. 
3, t; Basketball 3; Soccer t. 



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SENIORS 



Charlotte Edith Churchill 
Cranford, N. J. 

A.B. 

Choir 1, 2, 4; Religious Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
President 1, Program Chairman 3, Publicity 
Chairman 4; International Relations Club 3; 
Methodist Student Movement Council 2; Church 
Campus Relations Council 2, Secretary-Treasurer 
2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Columbia University 
Summer School 1; Chemistry Department Assist- 
ant 2; Student Center Hostess 3; Lighted Lamp 
3, 4; Who's Who 4. 

Mart Sue Clark 

Montezuma, N. C. 

A.B. 

Choir 1, 2; Forensic Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 2, President 4; Religious Education 
Club 1, 2; Public Relations Club 2; Ili-Po Stuff 2; 
Senior Superlative; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; 
Who's Who; Honor Roll 3, 4. 



Elizabeth Jane Clifton 

Cascade, Va. 

A.B. 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Department 
Assistant 2; Dormitory Council Summer School 
3; Psychology Department Assistant 4; Zenith 
Staff 4; Who's Who 4. 

Thomas Frank Cole 

Asheboro, N. C. 

B.S. in General Science 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Chemical Engineers Club 1 ; Class Treasurer 1 ; 
Army 3 years; Marshal 4. 



Katherine Patterson Comer 

High Point. X. C. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Virginia Cozart 

Fuquay Springs, N. C 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Peace Junior College 1; Pi Theta Mu 1; Wake 
Forest College Summer School 1 ; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4. 



Carolyn Ruth Cranford 

Asheboro, X. C. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Salem College 1; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 4; Dramatics 
Club 1; Dormitory Council 2, 3; Tower Players 3, 
4; Senior Superlative. 

Keith O. Cranford 

Denton, X. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Class Representative to Dorm Council t. 




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SENIORS 




Dorothy Cress 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

Woman's Athletic Association 2, 3; Bi-Po Staff 
2, 3; Tower Players 3, t: Future Teachers of 



America +. 



Frank CVlhretii 

Rutherfordton, N. C. 

A.B. 



William 11. Cuhrie 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

F.i.lie Prince Cutchins 

Whitakers, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Peace College 1; Sigma Phi Kappa; H.P.C. 2, 3, 
t; Woman's Athletic Association 2, 3, t; Inter- 
national Relations ("lull 3, t; Ui-Po Staff t; Future 
Teachers of America X. 



June Daversa 

Spring Lake, N. J. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Jean Davis 

Randleman, Nf. C. 

A.B. and B.S. 

Reporter lli-Pn 2; Future Teachers 3, t; Choir 
3, I; Honor Roll 3, 1. 



Kent Dennis 

High Point, N. ('. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Football I, 2; Navy 3 years. 

Richard N. DiTVllio 

Erie, Pa. 

/)'..S'. in Physical Education 

Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2. 3, t; Baseball 1; 

X.D.M. Club 1, 2. 3, 1; Monogram Club 2, 3 4-; 

Radio Staff 4-. 



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SENIORS 



Frank Eades, .In. 

Tampa. Fla. 

A. 15. 

Army 2 years; International Relations Club 2, :i. 
President 2; Public Relations Officer t; Future 
Teachers of America 1. 

Thomas II. Elder, Jr. 
High Point. N. C. 
/)..V. in Business Administration 
Army 2 years. 



Betty Hii.l Ellison 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

Reporter 1, 2 Hi-Pot Choir 1, 2, 3; Tower Players. 



Clifton L. Evans 

Lexington, N. C. 

/>'..S. in Physical Education 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Navy :i years; Soccer 
4-; Marshal '.\ ; Future Teachers of America t; 
President of Men's Council I; Who's Who I. 



Clyde W. Faulkner 

Kernersville, N. C. 

A.B. 

Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4; Representative 
to Student Government 3. 

James M. Featherston 
Roxhoro, N. C. 
/i.S. in Business Administration 
Louisburg College I, 2. 



Allen M. Otillie 

Draper, N. C. 

U.S. in Business Ail ministration 

Brevard Jr. College 1; Clioshopic Literary Society 
1; History Department Assistant 1; State College 
.Summer School 1. 

Virginia Gray 
High Point, N. C. 

/>\.S'. in Home Economics 

Salem College I; Varsity Softball 1; YYV'CA 1; 
Spanish Club 1; Wake Forest College Summer 
School 1; Modern Priscilla Club 2, 3, 4; Publicity 
Chairman ■!•; Vice President of Day Student 
Girls 4-. 




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SENIORS 




Raymond McCawley Gunn 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

John R. Hamilton, Jr. 
Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1, 2; Baseball 
1,2; Basketball 1,2; Choir 1; Boxing 2; Dramatics 
Cluh 1, 2; H.P.C. 3, 4, Vice President 3; Presi- 
dent (if Day Student Boys 4; Marine Corps 3 
years: Baseball 3; Block "H" 3, 4. 



J. S. Harris 

Harris, X. C. 

P.S. in Business Administration 

Robert Willis Hartley 

High Point, X. C. 

U.S. in Heatlh and Physical Education 

University of North Carolina 1930'; President of 
Dav Student Boys 4; Army 2 years. 



Joseph F. H 


AW KINS 






High Point, 


X. c. 






A.B. 








Betty Jean 


Hayes 






Randleman, 


X. C. 






A.B. 








Forensic Council 2, 4, Vice 


President 


4; 


Future 


Teachers of America 3, 4, 


President 


3; 


Honor 



Holl 3; Tower Players 4; Editor of Zenith 4. 



Gaynell Hayes 

Winston-Salem, X . C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity 
Manager 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Choir 3; Hi-Pn 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Zenith Staff 3, 4; Secretary of 
Dorm Council 3. 

Earl Ross Hedrick, Jr. 

High Point, X. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4, Chief 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 

3, Captain 3; Soccer Team 2, 4, Co-Captain 4; 

Block H Club 4; Tcnver Players 3, 4; Technical 

Director 4. 



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SENIORS 



Albert D, Heller 

Weehawken, N. J. 

B.S. in Chemistry 

N. Y. University 1; American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers 1; Army 3 years; Engineer Club 2, 
3; Pre-law Club 2; Akrothinian Literary Society 2. 

Thuiiman A. Horney 

High Point, N. C, 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Duke University 1; Army 4 years; U.P.I'. 3, 4; 
Football 3, 4; 'Tennis 3; Block "II" Club 3, 4; 
Representative to Student Government 3; Presi- 
dent of Student Government 4; Who's Who. 



Nelle Marie Hi'mphreys 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Theta Phi 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 4; Class Representa- 
tive to Student Government 2; Business Manager 
of Bi-Po 2; Class Secretary 3; Marshal 3; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 3; Who's Who 4-. 

Raleigh Andrew Hunt 

Pinnacle. N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Army 2 years. 



Charles M. Ivky, Jr. 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Honor Roll 3; Army 3 years. 

Dorothy O. Johnson 

Rosehill. NT. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Modern Priseilla Club 1, 2, 3, I; Red Cross 2, 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Choir 1; Home Manage- 
ment Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Dormitory Council Summer School 2; President 
of Garrett House 4. 



Elizabeth Anne Kennerly 

Lexington, X. C. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 
Greensboro College 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. 

Hazel Frances King 
Jackson Heights, X. Y. 
A.B. 
Sigma Alpha Phi 
Choir 1, 2; Honor Roll 3; Marsha] 3; Head Proc- 
tor 4. 




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SENIORS 




Ray F. Lefler 
Albemarle, X. ('. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Honor Roll 3, I ; Army 3 years. 

Ellen Ruth Lewis 

Asheville, X. ('. 

A. 15. 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Brevard College I, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Signta 
l'i Alpha 2; President of Choir 2; Catawba Col- 
lege :i; H.P.C. 3, 1; Choir I, 2; Religious Educa- 
tion (lull 3, 1; President t; Christian Student 
Council I; Beauty Contest 3; Tower Players 4. 



Gerald R. Lloyd 

Kannapolis, X. (', 

A. 15. 

Pi Rlio Pi 

Lees-McRae Jr. College I, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, Vice President 2; Skiing Club 
1, 2, President 2; Editor of College Paper 1, 2; 
lied Cross ,'i, 1, Publicity Agent -1; Social Com- 
mittee 3. 

Dorothy Jene Magoon 

Miami. Fla. 

/>'..S'. in Business Administration 

Honor Hull 1,2,3; University of Havana Summer 
School 1, 2; Texas Technological College Summer 
School 3; Forensic Council 3; Spanish Club 4. 



Charles H. Matheny 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 

A.B. 

Epsilon Eta Piii 

Band 1, 2, 1; Choir 1; Thespian Literarv Society 
1, 2; Air Corps 4 years; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Superlative; Fairmont State 1 year. 

Harry M. Matthews 

Pinnacle, X. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Iota Tan Kappa 

Manager, Basketball, Baseball, Football 1,2; Ei-Po 
Staff 3; Block "H" Club 2, 3, 4. 



Valeria Mendenhall 

High Point, X. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

W.C.U.N.C. 1; Dikean Society 1; Home Economics 
Club 1; Modern PriseiUa Club 2, 3, 4-, President 
1; Future Teachers of America 4; President of 
Day Student Girls 4. 

J. F. Moore 

High Point, N. C, 

A.B. 



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SENIORS 



Kenneth R. Moore 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

Wingate Junior College 1, 2; Honor Roll I, 2; 
Army 3% Years; H.P.C. 3, I; II. .nor Roll :i. 

Lorraine S. Moore 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 



Dorcas McIver Moroan 

Burnsville, N. C. 

A.B. 

Donald Edwin Myers 

Thomasville, N. C. 

23. S. in Business Administration 

Class President 4; Army 3 years; Senior Superl; 
tive; Who's Who 4. 



Dorothy Jeannette McBane 

Graham, N. C. 

A.B. 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Woman's Athletic Association I, 
2, 3, 4.; Band 3; Student Adviser 3; Beauty Con- 
test 2, 3, 4; Attendant to May Queen 2, 3; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 

Mns. Lynn Williard McInnis 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Iota 

Salem College 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2. 3; German Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 
1; Satemite Staff 3; Honorary Society 3; U.N.C. 
4; Glee Club I; Choral Club 4; Carolina Play- 
makers 4; H.P.C. 4; Choir 4. 



Eugene Austin Neely, Jr. 

High Point, N. C. 

B.SS. in Business Administration 

Bowling Green Business University 1; Oregon 
State College 2; Army 3 years; H.P.C. 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 3, 4. 

James Leak Nelson 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 







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SENIORS 




Joseph William Xoei.i. 

Winston-Salem, X. ('. 

/>..S'. in Business . Id ministration 

Iota Tan Kappa 

Class President 2; Honor Hull 3; Class Vice Presi- 
dent I. 

Margaret Elizabeth Phelps 

Clemmons, N. C. 

U.S. in General Science 

Alpha Theta Psi 

II r Roll I, 2; Choir 1; Woman's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3; Foren- 
sic Council 1; Varsity Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Ked Cross 
I; Business Manager of fli-Po 3; Business Man- 
ager of Zenith 4. 



('. (). Plyler, .Ik. 

Thomasville, X. C. 

U.S. in General Science 

Iota Tnu Kappa 

Honor Roll 1, 2; Army 1 year; Chief Marshal 3. 

Louis Billy Pope 

Kernersvilli-. X. ('. 

A.B. 

Forensic Council 1; Choir 2; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4; International 
Relations Club 3, 4; Program Chairman 4; Program 
Chairman of Christian Student Movement 4; Chief 
Marshal 3; Who's Who 4. 



John Edward Preston 

High Point, X. C. 

U.S. in Physical Education 

X.D.M. 

Class president 2; Block "H" 3, 4; Vice President 
t; Honor Roll 3, 4; Artillery 3 years; Presbyterian 
College of South Carolina; Pi Kappa Phi; Presi- 
dent of Fraternity Pledges 1941; Senior Superla- 
tive; Department Assistant in Physical Educa- 
tion. 

Eloise Pruette 

Shelby, X. C. 

U.S. in Home Economics 

Lenoir-Rhyne College Summer School 1 ; Woman's 
Athletic Association 2, 3; Modern Priscilla Club 
1, 2, 3, t. 

Mary I. or Rainey- 
Payetteville, X. ('. 

B.S. in Music 
Alpha Theta Psi 

Honor Boll 1, 2, 3, 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- 
dent of Choir 1, President of Choir 4; College 
Quartette 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 
President 2, 3; Christian Student Council 3, 4; 
Chapel Committee 4; Order of the Lighted Lamp 
3, t; Senior Superlative. 

John Earl Richardson 
Eagle Springs, X. C. 

A.B. 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Honor Boll 1, 2, 3, 4; Quartet 1, 2, 3; Jli-Pn Staff 

1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Christian Student Council 3; 

Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Who's Who 4. 



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SENIORS 



Raymond J. Rider 

Elmhurstj NT. Y. 

B.S. in Bun in ens Administration 

Chemistry Club 1, 2; N.D.M. Club; Army 3 years; 

International Relations Club 3; Tower Players 3. 

Lawrence H. Rohhin.s, Jr. 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Santa Monica Junior College 1, 2; Navy I years. 



Harry E. Rothrock, Jr. 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 

Class Treasurer 1; Baseball Team 1, 2; Intramural 

Basketball 2; Monogram Club; Army 2% years. 

Marion C. Rowland, Jr. 

Randleman, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Sigma Chi 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1 ; University of 
Oklahoma 1; 2'/o Years in Army; High Point Col- 
lege 2, 3, 4. 



Janet Catherine Russell 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Salem College 1, 2; Le Cerele Franeais 1; Science 

Club 

eil 4. 



2; Honor Roll 3, -I; Pan Hellenic Coun- 

Jessie Dean Russell 

Yadkinville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Guilford College 1 ; Dorm Council Summer School 
2; Marshal 3. 



Fred S. Shermer 

Yadkinville, X. C. 

B.S. in Mathematics 

Mars Hill 1; Day Student 3, 4; Air Force 2 years. 

Klizabeth Sifford 
Stanley, X. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi 
Pheiffer Jr. College 1; W.A.A. President 1, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary 4; I.R.C. 4; Tower Players 3, 4; Choir 
3; Superlative 4; Student Government Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Hi-I'o Circulation Manager 3, 4. 




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SENIORS 




Gladys Virginia Smith 

Denniston, Va. 

A. 13. 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Ferrum Jr. College 1; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Freshman Class; Sigma Delia Vice President 1; 
Farmville State Teachers College 2; Choir I, 2, 
:S; W.A.A. 3, 4; Girls Rel. Ed. Chili 3, 4; Presi- 
dent of \V an's Hall 1; Head Proctor of 

Woman's Hall I. 

('. 1). Si'ili.man, Jr. 

Vadkinville, N. ('. 

U.S. in Business Administration 

[ota Tau Kappa 

Honor Roll 3 : Representative to Boy's Dormitory 
Council 2, 3. 

Lovedxa Stewart 
Broadway, N. C. 

A. 15. 

Alpha Theta Psi 

Chiiir 1, '-'; Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2, '.i, 
4; Officer 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America t ; Student Government Rep- 
resentative 4; Treasurer of Woman's Hall 2, Vice 
President of Woman's Hall 3; Councilor of 
Women's Government 4; Senior Superlative. 

Lawrence C. Stoker 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. 

Iota Tau Kappa 

Corallie Thoma 
High Point. N. C. 

A.B. 
Alpha Theta Psi 

Choir 1; Beauty Contest 1; Hi-Po Staff 2; Honor 
Roll :i; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Vice 
President of Day Student Girls 3; Zenith staff 
4; Senior Superlative. 

Anna Mae Tucker 

Madison, N. C. 

7J..S'. in Physical Education 

Choir 1, 2; Woman's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 
4, Secretary 2. President 4; Class Secretary 2; 
Band :j ; Beauty Contest 2; Physical Education 
Department .Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative. 



Robert G. Vaughn 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Army 3 years. 

Alvin Lee Yick 

Swannanoa, X. C. 

/>'..S'. in Physical Education 



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SENIORS 



Leathice Joy Warren 

High Point, X. C. 

/).>S'. in Home Economics 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Modern Priscilla Club 1, 2, 3, t, Treasurer 2; Pan- 
Hellenic Council Representative i. 

Emily Gladys Waters 
Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education 
Bryce Commercial College 1; Iowa State Teachers' 
College 1; WAVES 2 years; Honor Roll 3; Presi- 
dent of Penny Hall 3; Dormitory Council Summer 
School 3; Jli-I'o Staff 3; Christian Student Coun- 
cil t. 



Lindsay A. Weaver 

Indian River, Michigan 

B.S. in Chemistry 

Chemical Engineering 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Track 1; 
Army 3 years; Block "H" Club 3, 1; President of 
Roys' Dormitory t; Representative to Student 
Government 4; N.D.M. Club. 

William Alfred Welch 

High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in General Science 
Iota Tau Kappa 
Newberry College 1; Head Cheer Leader 1; Swing 
Band I ; Navy 3 years ; Hand 2,3, t; Biology Lab- 
oratory Assistant 3; Chemistry Laboratory Assist- 
ant 3; Tower Players 3. 



Pansy' Henderson Whicker 

Jacksonville, N. C. 

A.B. 

Choir I, 2; Future Teachers of America t. 

Grady Herman Whicker 

Jacksonville, X. C. 

A.B. 

Choir 1; Ministerial Association 2, 3, I; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 2. 3: Honor Roll 2; English 
Department Assistant 3; Senior Superlative. 



Lorraine Marie White 
Portsmouth, Va. 
B.S- in Physical Education 
Woman's Athletic Association 2. 3, t. Vice Presi- 
dent ,'i; Women's Sports 2, .'!, t; Senior Superla- 
tive. 

Nancy Elizabeth White 
High Point, X. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Theta Phi 
Choir 1, 2; lii-l'u Staff 1, Editor of Hi-Po 2; Cheer 
Leader 2, 3; Class Vice President 2, 3; Red Cross 
2; Christian Student Council 3; Zenith Staff 3; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Senior Superla- 
tive. 




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SENIORS 




Arthur B. Williams 
High Point, N. C. 
U.S. in Business Administration 
Navy 2 years; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 

Horace E. Williams 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education 

Rollins College 1; Arrov 3 years; Football 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 2, 3; Block "H" Club. 



Barbara Jane Willis 
Asheboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 
Theta Phi 

Catawba College 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 
2, Secretary 2; YWCA 1, 2; Vice President Penny 
Hall 3; Modern Priscilla Club 3, t. Treasurer 4. 

Pail O. Willyard 

Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. 

Pfeiffer .lr. College 1; Ministerial Association Vice 
President 2, Secretary 2, Chaplain 3; Thalean Lit- 
erary Society 2; Choir 2; Class President 3; Navy 
3 years. 



Herman Winfrey 

Guilford College. N. C. 

A.B. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Army 3 years. 

Bessie Lou Wood 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

W.C.U.N.C. 1; Adelpbian Society 1; YWCA 1; 
lli-l'n Staff 2; Choir 2, 3; Future Teachers of 
America 4. 



N. B. Woodell, .In. 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Navy 4- years. 

Marion Workman 

Thomasville, N. C. 

A.B. 

Ministerial Association 1; Vice President of Fresh- 
man Class; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensic Council 
3; Navy 3 years; Future Teaebers of America 4; 
History Department Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Superlative. 

G. Vance Yoke ley 
Winston-Salem, N. ('. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Choir 1 vear. 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Clarence Edward Kemp, Wavlano Henry Linthicum, Garland Capel Slack. 



JUNIORS 




John McAllister 

President 



OFFICERS 



Max M e e k s 
Vice President 



Jacksie Milled 
Secretary 



Marietta Hah kisox 
Treasurer 



You Juniors came into this year of your college 
life ready to make a name for yourself. Most of 
you were set i>n the course you wanted to go. 

Von missed those who did not return to H.P.C. 
this fall, but enjoyed meeting and knowing those 

who transferred from other schools. They had 
much to offer to vim, and you, in return, could 
give to them. Vim missed also those who went 
ahead of you and graduated with another class. 

Now you begin to realize that the last year of 



your college life is fast approaching. You feel 
a sense of responsibility as you watch vour college 
days running out. Next year one of you will be 
President of the Student Government, one of you 
girls will he President of Woman's Hall, and one 
ot you will have the position of Editor of the 
Zenith. \ on, who will fake oxer the senior posi- 
tions of next year, hope to make it a year in which 
to make the greatest contributions to the college 
and to yourselves. 



:;i 



JUNIORS 



Jack E. A 1 1 1- l>. 15. Alderman Robert J. Asiimore 

High Point, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. 



Charles L. Ai'MAN Glenn Bates 

High Point. X. C. High Point. X. C. 



R. Horace Billings Nixon I. Bingham Jane Lee 15l.mii John Ji. Blaylock William 15. Bobbitt 

Winston-Salem, N. C. Thomasville, N. C. High Point. X. C. Thomasville, X. C. High Point. X. C. 



Evelyn Boozer Billy L. Boyles David 15. Boyles, Jr. Pail W. Brewer Ralph E. Brown 

Worthville, X. C. High Point, X. C. High Point. X. C. High Point, X. C. High Point, X. C. 




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JUNIORS 




Gilbert Callahan Robert G. Canipe Lee Carter 

High Point, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Thomasville, N. C. 



Paul M. Cassell Frankie M. Cecil 

High Point, N. C High Point, N. C. 



John Haulev Cecil Jack \Y. Charles Jimmie O. Chilton 

High Point. N. C Mebane, N. C High Point, N. C 



Otto James Clontz David Thomas Cooke 

High Point, N. C Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 



William C. Craven 
High Point, N. C. 



Jimmy Cresimore George A. Davis 

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



Ray Baxter Deese Vernon M. Dill 

Winston-Salem, N. C. Cana, N. C. 



:;:; 



JUNIORS 



Robert N. Eagle Blanche Edens Nancy Lee Erwin 

Hi el i fir Id, N. C. Red Springs, N. C. High Point, N. C 



Millard M. Firesheets William E. Fitzgerald 
Reidsville, N. C. High Point, N. C. 



Michael B. Fleming Robert A. Fleming Joe (.'. Fowler 



Ernest Freeman Caul C. Garrei 



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



Robert E. Garrison Bill Garrison Robert S. Gibson Gene II. Greene James R. Hamilton 

Burlington N. C. High Point. N. ('. Rockingham, N. C. Mocksville, N. C. Lake Junaluska, N. C. 




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JUNIORS 




Jack H. Hammond Robert C. Herrington Norman Harris Marrietta Harrison Nat M. Harrison, Jr. 

Greensboro. N. C. New Bern. X. C. Ridgecrest, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. High Point, N. C. 



Donald T. Hasty William M. Henderson L. Frank Henry 

Mebane, N. C. High Point, N. C. Draper, N. C. 



Raymus Hilliahd William C. Hilton 

Linwood, N. C. High Point. N. C. 



Kathleen Hines Rosalie Hinshaw Carolyn Hinson 

HoIIy Ridge, N. C. Pleasant Garden, N. C. Charlotte. N. C. 



Lawrence G. Hodgin James W. Holcomb 
High Point. N. C. High Point, N. C, 



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JUNIORS 



Nellie Lois Hoover Kenneth L. Hutchins Billy T. IIvi.tox Patricia Isenhoub Frances Ruby Jackson 

Thomasville, N. C. High Point, X. C. High Point, N. C. New London, N. C. Candler, X. C. 



Betty Anne Johnson Carolyn Jones Dorothy Lee Jones Edward Jones Wendell W. Jones 

High Point, X. C. Mount Holly, N. C. Durham, X. C. High Point, N. ('. High Point. N. C. 



Robert Harry Jordan William II. Kale C. Irvin Kimbro Lester Lane Carter C. Laksitkr 

Siler City, N. C. Greensboro, X. C. Cedar Grove, X. C. Pinnacle, X. C. High Point, N. C. 




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JUNIORS 




Lawrence S. Leonard F. Gordon Lindley Ovida Lineberger Dorothy Mae Love John L. Lowdermilk 

High Point, N. C. High Point, N. ('. Maiden, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Thomasville, X. C. 



Jimmy Malenkos 
High Point, N. C. 



Jane Matthews A. Jackson May Max L. Meeks Robert A. Mercer 

Lawrenceville, Va. Littleton, N. C. High Point, N. C. Luniberton, X. C. 



Jacksie Miller 



High Point, N. C. 



Theodore F. Mohan T. Jackson Morris 
Freeport, N. Y. High Point. X. ('. 



John C. McAllister 
High Point. X. C. 



John McCormick 
Linden, \. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Donald J. McCuhrv E. Thad McInnis 
Asheville, N. C. High Point, N. C 



Yvonne Nicholas Warren Norman Connie Sue Nunn 

Hickory Flat, Miss. High Point, X. C. Mt. Airy. N. C. 



John S. Oakley C. Glenn Painter Doris Pickler Shirley Plyler Frank M. Price 

High Point, N. C. High Point. V ('. Sew I don, N. ('. Marshville. N. ('. Mayodan, N. C. 



John Prieve Roy C. Putnam Ralph L, Rains Robert I). Reed Ernestine Riimje 

Madison, Wise. Greensboro, N. ('. Thomasville, ST. C. Thomasville, X. C. Asheboro, X T . C. 




38 



JUNIORS 




Homer G. Rogers Robert C. Rogers Milton I). Rountree Thomas M. Rowlett George W. Rudisill 

Wilmington, N. C. High Point, X. C. Cedar Grove, X. C. Concord, X. C. Kannapolis, X. C. 



Robert W. Sappeneield X. I). Satterthwaite Myron Wade Sextox Jean Sexton 
High Point. X. C. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Denton. X. C. Denton. X. C. 



Luther Shatterly 
Greensboro, X. C, 



Betty Sinclair Henry D. Sink 

Mooresville, N. C. Lexington, X. C. 



Joseph P. Slade 
Greensboro, X. C. 



Mae Smith 

Denniston, Va. 



J. D. Smith 

High Point, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Eutha Spencer William S. Stone, Jr. Richard Wayne Stout Gerald W. Summey 

High Point, N. C. High Point, N. (', High Point, N. C. High Point, N. C. 



Noel Surratt 
Denton, N. C. 



Wanda Trogdon Betty Trollinger Mary E. Vaughn 

Ashehoro, X. C. Ashehoro, X. C. High Point, N. C. 



Hector Juan Venegas Earl T. Wagoner 
Ponce, Puerto Rico High Point, X. C. 



J. Herbert Waldrop James Knox Walker Jean Wall 

Greenville, X. C. High Point. X. C. Danbury, X. C. 



Martin E. Wall Bernard Wiiitaker 

Pilot Mountain, X. C. High Point. X. C. 




Ill 



JUNIORS 




Robert C. White, Jr. Bill R. Williams 
Ramseur, N. C. Ashevine, X. C 



Gray Williamson 
High Point, N. C 



Vance I.. Wilson 



Billie Woodruff 
Oxford, N. ('. 



Carol Wortman 
Casar, X. C. 



Albert E. Yow 
High Point, X. C 



Kathryn Young 
Ros.-liill, X. C. 



JUNIORS NOT PICTURED: 



Ray Aldridge 
Elmo Allgood 
Gilbert Arthur 
Robert Bolton 
Elmer Bradshaw 



Bob Brown 
Cecil Chilton 
Hebron Coble 
Myrtle Dennis 
John Dohy 
Paul Duncan 



Patsy Gadd 
Edward Giltinan 
Robert Jenkins 
John .Tones 
Newman Oliver 



George Parlier 
Ralph Pegram 

Arthur Shf.kk 
Barrara Sheppard 
Loyd Small 
Marvin Summey 



James Walker 
William Watkixs 
Paul Williamson 
Cameron Winston 
Ervix Workman 



-II 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 




J A MEN E. Kennerly 
Lexington, X. C. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 



Sara Helen Moore 
High Point, X. C. 




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SOPHOMORES 




Wayne Hoover 
Secretary-Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

John Kt'pice 
President 



RlI.I. Kl.I.iXCTOX 

Vice President 



Sophomores — now you know your way around. i ou 
have come hack to "dear old H.P.C." realizing the 
new responsibilities which you have acquired by be- 
coming a member of this class. You know that you 
must meet the challenge of the future. 

Immediately upon your arrival your work really 
began. Yon could do so much to assist and cheer 
those homesick freshmen. Just last year you were 
one of them. There were new friendships to he 
made and old ones to strengthen. 

Your big day came during "Rat Week," when, 
after weeks of gleeful planning, you tasted sweet 



revenge at seeing freshmen how down to you. You 
really kept those freshmen a-tremble. 

An important element in the class was the large 
number of returned veterans. More came hack 
into your group than into any other. During 
these two years they have made their influence felt 
and have played a major part in campus activi- 
ties. 

You enjoyed this, your second year at H.P.C. 
\ our Sophomore year lived up to your expecta- 
tions, and you loved every minute of it. It has 
been a year you will not soon forget. 



4:: 




Sophomores 



Robert S. Allred 
William R. Amos 
Betty Auman 
Khwian Auman 



Richard K. Axley 

Addison R. Barker, Jr. 
W. Bovd Beeker 
Howard H. Bishop 



Charles M. Bodenheimer 
Phyllis Boldra 
George T. Boggs 
Paul II. Brigman 



James F. Brewer 
William R. Broas 
James W. Brower 
George K. Brown 



Willis Lee Brown 
Pail A. Briton 
(jerald N. Bryant 
Billy L. Bumgarner 



William B. Byerly, Jr. 
Donald J. Cameron 
Roger Carnie 
Jean Carroll 



William F. Carroll 
Ralph M. Chandler 
Nealie Mae Chapman 
Billy L. Cheves 



Sophomores 

C. Ralph Chilton 
James L. Coble 
J. Leo Cole 

D. Lerov Collins 



T. Worth Coltrane 
Jeanne Coomes 

Marvin P. Cooper 
Ralph C. Copley 



Carson C Cox 

Charles C. Chessman 
Robert Cress 

Richard E. Cross 



John Czarnecki 
Bennie Jo Davis 

Raymond Lester Deal 
Elmer E. De Vault 



Thomas E. Dodamead, Jr. 
Grady N. Dulin 
Vernon B. Ennis 
.Foe Lane Ervin 



Betty - Jo Eallin 
Dennis Boyd Law 
Frank Wm. Fields 
Jackson K. Flynt 



Elaine Forward 
James M. Foster 
Kathleen Foster 
lonnie e. gailes 





Sophomores 



Theresa Gatiiings 
Sloan I). Gibson 
Alfred J. Gilbert 
Hugh T. Giles 



George W. Gillie 

H. Joseph Glaesner, Jr. 
Robert L. Green 
Betty Griffith 



Carlyle Griffith 
C'lahene Gcnn 

Joseph S. Gurganus 
Charles Guyeh 



Homer D, Guyer, Jr. 

Samuel J. Hancock 

James I). Hanner 

Wm. GeORGE HARDING 



Margaret Rae Harris 
Floyd L. High 
Joseph E. Hines 
R. Eugene Holder 



John S. Holleman 
Josiah E. Holt 

Wm. Allen Holton 
Harold W. Hooyer 



Jack Horney 

Karl C. Howell 
James C. Hunter 

Robert L. Ingram, Jr. 



Sophomores 

Wm. Allen Jarvis 

James Cecil Jeffords 
Joseph A. Johnson 

Robert T. Jordan, Jr. 



Lyles H. Kearns 

William G. Kennerly 
Roy S. Key, Jr. 

Will Ray Kiger, Jr. 



Robert Wm. Kiiibv 

James B. Kirkman, Jr. 
S. Grady Lane 

D. Lawrence Langley 



Worth M. Lewallen, Jr. 
Emma Jane Lewis 
Henry J. Lowdeh 
Lawson L. Lowder 



Bertha Lowe 

Glenn M. Macv 

Henry Maddux, Jr. 
Neil Maddux 



Charles Mann 

Robert J. Marley 
William S. Mahley 
Orren R. Mason 



Howard W. Medlin 

Alexander S. Meekins 
Merwyn W. Merhige 
Bernard L. Miller 





Sophomores 



linn Ann* Miller 
J. Melvin Minter 

Glenn R. McCulley 
Neil G. McDaniel 



J. (cutis McDonald 
J5ii.lv Ray McMahan 
Wm. Billy Needham 
Grant L. Neville 



Charles E. Nichols 
Julia Nimeh 

Zane G. Norton 
Eugene O'Daniel 



Gary D. Osborne 
Margaret Payne 
Percy Payne 

Russell Payne 



Edgar F. Pepper, Jr. 

James E. Perry 

Arthur Eugene Ferryman, Jr. 
James W. Petree 



Nathaniel Boyd Petty, Jr. 
Either Poole 

Elmer H. Powers 

Robert W. Richardson 



Javan D. Rike 

Willard C. Robbins 
Mar.iorie Roberts 

Stanley G. Roberts, Jr. 



Sophomores 

George Robinson 
Ciiarmione Rose 
Dediuck Sami'els 

Charles K. Saunders 



Roberta Sevwert 

Wm, David Shields, Jr. 
Gaines C. Smith 
Betty Spearman 



Laymon W. Sprye 
Anne Steed 

Howard C. Stewart 

Gurney L. Stroud, Jr. 



Anne Stuart 

Charles Stuart 

William A. Stuart 
Guy T. Swaim 



Charles G. Tabor 
James J. Teachey 
Billy B. Thayer 

Henry R. Thollinuer, Jr. 



Charles A. Varner 
Robert L. Varner 
Alice Ward 

Frances Weaver 



Martha Weinig 
Lelia Welborn 
John H. Wells 
Hubert Whitakeji 









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Sophomores 



William C. White 
Mary Whitelv 
Frank C. Wiiitt 

Merritt Y. Wilson 



Raymond Wise 
Joseph E. Yeago 
Ray A. Yow 

William 0. Younger 



SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: 



William Allen 
Garland Ali.hkd 
Ernest Beasley, Jr. 
Arthur Black, Jr. 
Joseph Brady 
Alered Brykon 
Archie Canupp 
Pail Carter 
Otis Chapman- 
Charles R. Collins 
Charles Cook 
Carl Cosner 



Lawrence Cox 
John Crawford 
Roy Davis 
Elbert Deaton 
John Debeny 
John Draper 
Bill Ellington 
James Foxworth 
Alfred Gilbert 
Bruce Gray 
Millard Hardin 
James Henderson 
Lewis Hicks 



Lewis Hillman Carlton Leonard Irving Sink 

Richard Hix George Lyndon W. D. Shields 

Harold Hudspeth J ok Melvin Richard Sizer 

Harold Hutichinson George A. Moser, Jr. Donald Stone 



Clarence Ildehton Thomas McCoy 
Randell Johnson Donald Page 



Thomas Johnson 
Clyde Kennedy 
John R. Kimsey 

RlCHARD KnAPP 

John Ki'pice 
William Lackey 

G. S. Lawson 



DAYID Pl'LLIAM 

Claude Purgason 
Bernard Raphael 
John Rohertson 
Jack Robinson 
Eugene Sedberry 
Joseph Sheets 



Malcolm Sullivan 
Carl Tipton 
W. D. Wagoner 
Joseph Warner 
Knox Wilson 
Charles Wooten 
D. B. Yow 
Susan Young 



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FRESHMEN 




OFFICERS 



Owen Fitzgerald 
Treasurer 

Doris Nance 
Secretin-// 



Neil Maddux 
President 

Tommy Langford 
Vice 1' resident 



Your first day at H.P.C. — You freshmen will 
never forget that day- -how frightened you were, 
how bewildered, but with the help of the students, 
and of the faculty and advisers, how that be- 
wilderment changed to greater confidence and 
assurance. 

You entered the class of 1951 with high aspira- 
tions. You realized that you as a class must up- 
hold and strengthen the high aims of the college 
during your four year life here. 

None of vou will ever forget your first impres- 
sion of the campus, the faculty, and your feeling 
of admiration and almost awe of those wonderful 



upperclassmen. You knew you could never treat 
those poor freshmen of next year as you were 
treated during "Rat Week." That week each 
freshman was required to perform special tasks 
at the hands of his upperclassmen superiors, 
had to go without make-up — in general, "look 
simply a sight." 

Soon the newness wore off and then came the 
feeling of belonging. Each freshman firmly be- 
Icives that this year has been an experience he 
would not have missed for the world, and one 
that he will never forget. Many of vou are al- 
ready looking forward with eagerness to three 
more glorious years here. 



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FRESHMEN 




First row, left to right: Clifton Adams, Morris Adams, 
E. W. Alexander, Mary Faye Alexander, Ernest D. Allen, 
Troy Allen, Aubrey Aniiek, Jr. 

Second roxc: Betsy Anderson. Beulah Anderson. Wil- 
liam Anthony, Joyce Atkinson, Edwin Auman, Kenneth 
Berrier, Martha Biggerstaff, 

Third roxc: Roscoe Billings, Jr.. William I'. Black, Mar- 
garet Blanton, Wilbur L. Blanton, Macy Borum, Curtis 
Bovender, Merton Branson. 



Fourth raw: George W. Briggs, Annette Broome, Ches- 
ter Brown. Lloyd Brown, Ferree Burkhead, Ernest Burl- 
eson; Gordon Burleson. 

Fifth nnc: Glenn Burris. Peggy Cannon, Harry Card- 
well, Jr.. Charles Carmiehael. Joe C. Redding, Louise 
Carter. Gray Cartwright. 

Sixth nnc: Fletcher Causey, Louis Cayton, Richard 
Chatham. Margaret Chilton. Richard Chilton, Clifton 
Church, Bertie Jean Clontz. 



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FRESHMEN 







FzVtfi rotCj /c/7 to right: Herman Coble, Jr., James R. 
Coggins, Betty Z. Collins. Joanne Comer, James A. 
Coomes, Anita Cornelison, Eugene Cornelison. 

Second rorc : Paul Cranford, Gordon Cress, Carl Criseo, 
Jr., James M. Crocker, Jean Cross, John Crowell, 
Roy M. Curlee. 

Third row: Joseph F. Dale, Thomas Dalrymple; Joseph 
Dalton. Troy Davis, Henry L. Dean, Julius Dease, 
Herman Deaton. 



Fourth row: Kenneth DeHaven, Kathryn Dern. Warren 
Dinkins, Hilda Dotson. Frank X. Early, Jeanne Ed- 
munds, Boyd W. Elliott. 

Fifth row: Win. Harris Elmore; James Enscore; Harold 
M. Evans, William C. Fanelty, Billy Farlow. Loyd Fer- 
rell, Irene Fine. 

Sixth roxc: Mary Fitzgerald, Owen Fitzgerald, Parmer 
Freeman. Bernard Frink, Opal Garner, Potter Garrish, 
Becky Garrison. 



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FRESHMEN 




First rote, left to right: lanthia Gerringer, Betty Jane 
Gibbs, James Gilbert, Hallie Gilbreath, Ethel Faye 
Glenn, Edna Glidewell, Hugh Gordon. 

Second row: George L. Green, Lois Gresham, Jack L. 
Hall, Maxie Hall, Oliver Hauser. William S. Hayworth, 
Patty Hege. 

Third row: Thomas Hindrick, Joseph Hendrix, Jr.. Wil- 
liam Hennis, Gary Henry. Emmett Hiatt, Horace Hill. 
Jessie Hill. 



Fourth row: Max Hill. John M. Hinton, Jr.. Ted Ian 
Hodge, Robert L. Henharrier, Bryan T. Horton. Helen 
Hough, Kathryn Hunter. 

Fifth row: Billy S. Ingram, Juanita Ingram, Jerry Isco- 
vitZj Mary Johnson, Don L. Jones, Edward B. Jones, 
C. L. Kimball, Jr. 

Sixth row: Bill A. Kirby, Joan Klein. LaVerne Lefler, 
Hay F. Lambeth, Thomas A. Langford, Barbara Law- 
rence, D. ('. Lawson. 



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FRESHMEN 



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First rcyw, left to right: Wm. Dean Lee, Frances Lewis, 
Mary Lewis, Carolyn Lilly, Etta Lee Lineberry, Hal W. 
Livengood, Felix Long. 

Second row: Harold R. Love, James C. Loy. Bill C. 
Loyd, Lucille Mackie, Mary Frances Marion, Paul May- 
dian, Richard F. Mickey, Jr. 

Third rote: Joyce Mills, Max Morgan, Margaret E. 
Murdock, E. Clayton McBride, James H. McCurry, 
Mary E. McGebee, James F. McGee. 



Fourth row: G. Robert McKenzie. Russell Paul McLean. 
Norman B. Nail, Doris Nance, Jimmie Lee Newsom, 
John Wm. Niestlie, Youthalene Nifong. 

Fifth rare: John T. Noble, Richard V. Noble. John N. 
Norton. Arvil Loyd Pardue. Darrell T. Parrish, Mildred 
Parrish, Frances G. Patterson. 

Sixth row: Harvey Pearman, Jr.. Wm. Stamey Peeler. 
Gurney Pendry, Betty Ann Potts. Dorothy Powell, 
Jack B. Powell. Paul B. Proctor. 



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FRESHMEN 




First row, left to right: Win. Dwight Queen, Betty 
Kader, J. \V. Ray, Stella Redding, Edward M. Reich, 
Charles B. Reid, Ramona Rhodes. 

Second row: Aaron F. Rice. John Ridge, Harold W. 
Ritch, Fred W. Rogers, Betty Ann Rosen, Kenneth 
Saunders, Gloria Savvas. 

Third row: Ray A. Shaver, E. Clifford Shoaf, Ray M. 
Shore, Harold Simms, Joseph E. Sink, Frank Smith. 
Paul Smith. 



Fourth row: Win. Doyt Smith. Bettie J. Snider. Bruce 
H. Spainhour, Kermit M. Stanley. Jake D. Steele, Kyle 
Stephenson, Arthur B. Stevenson. 

Fifth r<nc: Billie Stroud, Charles Stroud, Marguerite 
Taylor, Gloria Thomas, James E. Thomas, George Win. 
Thompson, Rohert D. Thornton. 

Sixth row: Ray Win, Timm, Win. Edgar Turner, Gwen- 
dolyn Tyson, Jacquelyn Tyson, Ray A. Underwood, 
William L. Underwood, Joseph R. Veasey. 



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FRESHMEN 




First rote, left to right: Billy H. Vendric, Carolyn Yon- 
Cannon; Frank Von Drehle, Bobbye Wagoner, Fred 
Walker, Robert Walker, James Wall. 

Second row: Phillip Wall, Leola Wallin, L. Paul Ward, 
Max Warner, David Paul Watlington, Raymond W. Wat- 
son, Jr., James W. Weatherly. 



Third roiv: Wayne Wells. Rilla Sue Wliitaker, Dorothy 
Williams. Douglas L. Williams. William W. Woods, Ruby 
Workman, Doris Wright. 

Fourth row: Mary York, C. Wayne York. 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED: 



William Anders 
William Bruce Bailey 
Joe Lester Boles 
Bob Bollinger 
Francis Booze 
J, W. Brewer 



Bobby W. Burney 
Leon Caton 
Dolan Cecil 
L. D. Cox 

Dorsey Crumpler 
Thomas Cumby 



Robert Davis 
Oscar Fowler 
Thi'rman S. Hai-ser 
Donald Hooper 
C. R. Johnson 
I). L. Johnson 



Tommy Kellam 
Jimmie Kent 
T. M. Lee 
O. B. Levina 
Ellen Murray 
Robert Stone 



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FOOTBALL 





K VLPH .1 AM IS 

JJi'tuI I 'tmrli 



Bir.L Faiuclotii 
Line ( 'ottrh 



High Point College's Purple Panthers ended the 
football season with a better-than-50-per-cent aver- 
age this year, gaining five victories, and with four 
losses and two tics in their eleven games scheduled. 



A touchdown called hack late in the third quarter 
cost the Panthers an upset victory. 

Asheville, Sept. '10 High Point scored early in 
the hall game to gain a 7-6 victory over an arch rival 
from the mountains. Western Carolina Teacher's 
College, here. James Petree's true-toe from place- 
ment accounted for the winning margin. 

High Point, Sept, 26 — A late rally in the second 
half netted tile High Point Panthers a 14-7 triumph 
over Milligan College here. A 20-yard touchdown 
plunge by Hugh Giles highlighted the game. 



High Point, Sept. l.'J High Point College's grid- High Point, Oct. 4 Catawba, riding the crest of 

ders opened their football season here in battling the the North State Conference since 1941, handed High 

strong Duke university junior varsity to a (!-(! tie. Point College its worst football defeat in two years 




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here with a 21-0 lose. The Indians captured the (-(in- 
ference laurels again this year, going undefeated in 
the North State loop. 

Wilson, Oct. 10 — High Point College's football 
machine roared back from a 21-0 licking from the 
hands of Catawba to shellack Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege here, 33-0. Curtis McDonald's 76-year gallop in 
the second period limelighted the Panther triumph. 

Hickory, Oct. LS — Playing in a drizzling rain and 
in mud ankle dee]), the up-and-down Hears from 
Lenoir-Rhyne College battled High Point to a (>-(> 
deadlock here. The game was postponed one hour 
because of rain. 

High Point, Oct. 24— High Point's Panthers hit 
their stride of the 1947 football season here in shel- 



lacking Newberry College with a "27-0 polish. Hill 
Loyd, Glenn Painter, and Curtis McDonald shared 
the honors in gaming the triumph. 

Greensboro, Nov. 1 — The major upset of the North 
Carolina conference was witnessed here tonight when 
the Quakers from Guilford College rolled out like a 
herd of lions and crushed High Point College, 2S-7, 
with one of the best aerial attacks in Guilford's 
history. Guilford held a 14-7 lead at intermission. 
Bill Loyd accounted for the lone High Point tally 
iii the second quarter. 

High Point, Nov. S- -High Point eked out a 14-7 
victory over the stubborn Elon eleven here tonight 
in the annual Homecoming affair. A pass from 
McDonald to all-conference end Carl Tipton netted 
the winning score. 



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Spartanburg, S. ('., Nov. 15 — Wofford's Rod Ter- 
riers staged a late rally in the second half to spell 
defeat to High Point College here tonight. High 
Point missed three scoring opportunities when they 
advanced within the 10-yard line. 

Hi^'li Point, Nov. 27 Appalachian closed the lid 



on the High Point College football season by gaining 
a hard-fought, stubbornly earned 1 '2 -7 victory here. 
Curtis McDonald scored High Point's lone marker 
in the second quarter, and High Point went ahead at 
halftiine, 7-6. 




Anne Steed. Bob Marley, Jean Cross, Pinkey Hedrick, Chief; Kathryn Hunter, Tiill Marley. Bobby Seywert. 



CHEERLEADERS 



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Kneeling, from left to right: McBride, Hilton, Evans, Davis, Ridge, Minter, V. Wilson, Payne. 

Standing, from left to right: McCormick, Hutchins, Hedrick, Iiix, Blavlock, Chappell, Sedberry, Carrol Coble Steele 
White. 



SOCCER 



High Point College's first postwar soccer edition, 

fresh as a green apple, materialized into one of the 
finest soccer elevens of any school of its size. Since 
most schools were inactive in soccer competition, the 
Panthers had to resort to a high type of competition. 
The soccer team ended the season with two victories 
against four losses. Hebron Coble, flashy center, was 



invited to compete with delegates from other schools 
in the nation for a berth on the United States soccer 
eleven which will play in the World's Olympics in 
England this spring. 

The Panthers suffered double losses from Duke 
and the University of North Carolina, while subduing 
twice Roanoke College, of Salem, Va. 



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WHITER 




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Preparing' for the long winter ahead, H.P.C. students 
brought out dust covered hoots and mittens. The 
memories of autumn had been brushed aside for a year 
of hard, tedious work — and unforgettable fun. Some- 
how your work seemed harder — term papers to write, 
extra-curricular activities — even your homework was 
harder. The days just were not long enough. They 
were filled witli dreams of the coming Christmas vaca- 
tion, having your picture made for the Zenith, sitting 
in crowded booths at the bookstore, attending sorority. 
fraternity, and club meetings, and then the Christmas 
parties. 

Soon von were on your way home for vacation. You 
went by ear, if you were lucky, or by bus, train or 
plane. You went to all parts of the country — to Wis- 
consin, to Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina and 



New Jersey. You came hack with memories of the 
Christmas parties you had at home, and the friends 
you saw. The first few days were filled with discus- 
sions of who received diamonds during the holidays, 
and who got what for gifts. Soon attention turned to 
speculation about who would win the Beauty Contest. 
Amid the rush of basketball games, dates, and classes, 
suddenly there came a silence. Examinations had ar- 
rived. Everyone carried cram notes ... to the book- 
store. Student Center, even the dining hall. 

For a moment your heart was heavy, as you thought 
of those who were graduating, those whom perhaps you 
would never see again. Then they were gone --scattered 
to the winds as they tiled out of the auditorium for 
the last time in January. All you could do was smile 
and wish them success and happiness. 




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OUR BABIES 




1. Richard Ellis Giles 

2. Donna Faye Hilton 

3. Susan Cheryl Homey 
■i. diaries Robhins 



5. G. L. Stroud, III 

(i. Johnne Cherre Whicker 

7. William B. Williams. III. 

8. Beverly Jean and Barbara Jane Williams 



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SENIOR 




Miss High Point College 

as selected by Mr. Harry Conover 

MISS CORALLIE THOMA 

High Point. North Carolina 



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JUNIOR 







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MISS BETTY TROLLINGER 

Asheboro, North Carolina 



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SOPHOMORE 




MISS ANNE STEED 

High Point, North Carolina 



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FRESHMAN 




MISS JEAN CROSS 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



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ALPHA THETA PSI 




Anne Alman, Betty Auman, Jane 15 la i r . Amy Buckner, Donna Burns, Dorothy 
Johnson. 

Janie Lewis. Ruth Lewis. Bertha I, owe. Margaret Phelps, Marv Lou Rainev. 
Gladys Smith. 

Lovedia Stewart, Anne Stuart. Corallie Thoma, Marv Elizabeth Vaughn. 




Honorari sorores: Miss Ernestine Fields. Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw, Mrs. Alice Paige 
Whit.. Mrs. Marv O. Cierringer. 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 




Adrienne Angel, Dorothy Byerlv, Carolyn Cranford, Bennie Jo Davis. Elaine 
Forward Hetty Anne Johnson. 

Hazel King, Pat Isenhour, Jaeksie Miller. Elizabeth Sifford, A ■ Steed. Betty 

Trollineer, Jov Warren. 



Hcmarari sorores: Dr. Helen Bartlett, Miss E. Vera Idol. Mrs. P. E. Lindlev. 




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THETA PHI 





Mae Chapman, Katherine Comer, Virginia Cozart, Rae Harris, Nelle Humphreys, 
Elizabeth Kennerly. 

Ovida Lineburger, Doris Pickler, Janet Russell, Jean Sexton, Nancy White, Barbara 

Willis, Katlirvn Young. 



Honorari sorores: Miss Louise Adams, Mrs. \. M. Harrison, Mrs. N. P. Yarborough, 
Mrs. Vergil Yow. 



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DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 




Fratres in collegio: James Brown, Gerald Bryant, Wayne Cagle, Ralph Chilton. 
Robert Gibson, Nat Harrison. Jr. 

Harry Jordan. Lawrence Leonard, Jimmy Malenkos, Russell Payne, Ralph Rains. 
Ear] Richardson, 

Robert Rogers. Harry Rothrock, Thomas Rowlett, Doyle S after thwaite, Jimmy 
Joe Teachey. 



Not Picture/I : Robert Herrinffton. 



Honorari fratres: Prof. J. H. Allred, Prof. J. H. Mourane. 




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EPSILON ETA PHI 



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Fratres in collegio: Rudv Amos, Horace Billings, George Case, Jack Cecil. Thomas 
Cooke, Hill Craven. 

Frank Culbretli, George Davis, Bnl> Garrison, "Pinky" Hedrick, Jimmy Kennerly. 
Charles Matheny. 

Warren Norman. Percy Payne. Dick Stout. Bill Trollinger. Herman Winfrev. 

Not pictured: Wendell Jones. Garland Slack, Paul Chappell. 




Thmorari fratres: Prof. II. E. Coble. Dr. Ben II. Hill. Prof. N". P. Varl.oroudi 



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IOTA TAU KAPPA 




Fratres in collegia: John Blaylock, Leo Cole, Tom Coir. Keith Cranford, Clifton 
Evans, Joseph Gurganus. 

Irvin Kimliro, Lester Lam, Harry Matthews, Hill Noell, C, O, Plyler, Jr. 

C. D. Spillman, Jr., Lawrence Stoker. Xoel Surratt, Bill Welch. 

Not pictured: Bill Gabriel, Arthur Sheek. 



Tlonorari fratres: Sevmour Franklin, ('. It. Hinshaw, Jr. 




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N.D.M. CLUB 




Frances Bowen, Roger Carnie, Dirk DiTullio, George Gillie, Henry Maddux. Moe 
Merliige. 

Ted Moran. John McAllister. Don McCurry, Jimmy Perry, "Poker" Preston. 
Rav Rider, Frank Von Drehle, Lindsay Weaver. 



Not pictured: John Debeny, John Kupiee, Bernard Raphael. Malcolm Sullivan. 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




1. Most likely to succeed, James Brown and Mary Lou 
Rainey. 2. Most athletic, Anna Mae Tucker and 
"Poker" Preston. 3. Most friendly, Nancy White and 
Glenn Ahndt. 4. Most handsome boy, Frank Cul- 
breth; Most beautiful girl, Corallie Thoma. 5 Most 



popular, Lovedia Stewart and Don Myers. 6. Wittiest. 
Lorraine White and Charles Matheny. 7. Most in- 
tellectual, Marion Workman and Mary Sue Clark. 
8. Best all round. Kenneth Beane and Lib Sieeoru. 



TOWER PLAYERS 





David Allen. Jack Byerly, Hebron Coble, Herman Deaton, Dick DiTullio 
.lack Hammond, Frank Henry, Dick Ili\. Dun Jones, Tommy Kellam. 
Mike Moran, .lark Preston, Bill Sheets, Malcolm Sullivan, Noel Surratt. 



BASKETBALL 




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SI'lilH 




Spring was here — you first realized it one sunny morn- 
ing when you were walking to elass and noticed the trees 
in bloom. It seemed to you almost as if they had blos- 
somed overnight, because you could not remember having 
seen them the day before. One day you walked towards 
the gym, past the tennis courts and everything was brown 
and bare; but the next time you walked by, you were 
amazed at the solid wall of green color around. 

There were other ways of knowing — you knew it by 
smelling the freshness of the cool green grass as Ed 
mowed the front campus. You knew it because 3011 had 
to close your eves to shut out the glare of sunlight on 
the gleaming white library steps. There was a different 
feeling about the campus — a sort of "Zippa De Doo Da" 
feeling. 

Easter came. You heard the choir at church sing, and 
as you listened, maybe you felt it reach something deep 
inside of you. You seniors knew this was your last 
Raster at High Point College. 

Sunbathing became a part of each girl's daily schedule. 
There was so much to do — and so little time. May Day 
dance practices took much of your time, and there were 
dances, banquets, tennis matches, and just loafing. 

With thoughts of graduation and leaving, seniors began 
counting their cuts and quality points; underclassmen vied 
for rooms, and combined packing witli exams, finding 
neither beneficial to the other. 

Then came May. One moment we were happy with our 
usual Spring sentiments of the happiness and newness 
of things and the next minute we were thinking of Spring 
as being the end of many tilings which we shall always 
hold close and remember. 





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WHO'S WHO 




George Case, Charlotte ( liurehill, Marj Sue Clark, Elizabeth Clifton, Clifton Evans. 
Thurman Horney, Nelle Humphreys, Donald Meyers, Hilly Pope, Earl Richardson. 

Students whose names appear each yeav in Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities .ire elected by the executive committee of tin- college, and include leading 
college men and women throughout the nation. Selection is based on scholarship, 
leadership, character, and service. 

THE ORDER OF THE LIGHTED LAMP 




\drienne Angel, Lorraine Chapman, Harry Jordan. Jacksie Miller. 
C. (>. I'lyler, Hilly Pope, Lovedia Stewart, Marion Workman. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Thurman I lorney 



This year, the Student Government Association lias 
been changed slightly from that of former years. 

The student council represents the students, and it is 
for the students that it functions. 

This student organization is made up of the elected 
president, vice president, and secretary, and the elected 
heads of the Boys' and Girls' Dormitories, Millikan Hall, 
Penny Hal], and the Day Student's Council. 

The Student Government Association, elected bv the 
students last spring, has worked earnestly and sincerely 
to cause changes which will make High Point a better 
loved and more honored institution. 




Seated: G. Smith, Billing's, Homey, Sifford, Weaver. 
Standhiff: Stewart. Bridgewater, Chapman. 



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STUDENT COUNCILORS 



WOMAN'S HALL 

Gladys Smith 
Jean Sexton 

Kathhyn Young 
Jeanne Coohes 
Dorothy Byerly 
Lovedia Stewart 



PENNY HALL 

Betty Sinclair 
Shirley Plyler 
Mae Chapman 
Helen Lewis 

Martha Weinig 



DAY STUDENTS 



Virginia Gray- 
Valeria Mendenhall 
Betty Griffith 



BOYS' DORMITORY 



Henry Maddux 
Grady Dulin 

Lindsay Weaver 
Keith Cranford 




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GIRLS' RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLUB 



Rosr. Dotson, Spearman, Jackson, Parrish, Love, Si 

clair. 



M. Smith, (.. Smith, Hinshaw, Wlu'tely. Rader, J. 

Tyson. 
Churchill, Broome, Lewis. Weaver, Cannon, G. Tyson. 




Ministerial Association 



McKenzie, Cassell, Oakley. Putnam. Bruton. 
Brown. Shoaf, Brown, Willard, Hilliard, Alspaug 
Hiatt. Fitzgerald. Bobbitt, Jordan. Waldrop. 
Rudisill. MeCullev, Kale. Beane, Ervin. 
Gibson, Rogers, Stevenson, Herrington. 



Christian Student 
Council 

Love, Harrison. R. Lewis, J. Lewis. 

Pope, Jordan. Dean Lindlev. Brown. Waldroi 




MODERN PRISCILLA CLUB 




HOME MANAGEMENT CLUB 

Dot Byerly Dot Johnson Virginia Gray 

Elnise Pruette Valeria Mendenhall Joy Warren Carol Wortman 



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WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



The physical education department has progressed 
rapidly under the capable leadership of Miss Hope Pate, 
physical education director, and Miss Anna Mae Tucker, 

president of the W.A.A. 

During the year the women athletes have participated 
in soccer, hockey, volleyball, basketball, badminton, ping 
pong, softball, tennis, and swimming. Working closely 
with the department, the Woman's Athletic Association 
lias realized broad development and an extensive pro- 
gram of organization and promotion of student partici- 
pation in athletic and recreational activities. 

Many events highlighted the year, the first of which 
was a wiener roast for freshmen girls held at the wiener 
pit back of the dormitory. This annual event is held 
to acquaint the freshmen with the activities of the W.A.A. 
in which they may participate. 




October 25 was the date on which the W.A.A. spon- 
sored the Halloween dance. All students were invited. 
Several clubs and organizations on the campus co- 
operated with the W.A.A. in having booths as added at- 
tractions. 

On December 10 the W.A.A. Christmas party was 
held iii the hasement of Woman's Hall. There were 
games and refreshments and everyone had fun. 

The W.A.A. Board consists of the following: Anna 
Mae Tucker, president; Ovida Lineberger, vice presi- 
dent and head of hockey; Lib Sifford, secretary and head 
of soccer; Connie Nunn. treasurer and head of ping 
pong; Lovedia Stewart, sergeant-at-arms and head of 




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softball; Gay Hayes, publicity manager and head of 
basketball; Margaret Phelps, volleyball; Doris Pickler, 
badminton; and Pat Isenhour, tennis. 

W.A.A. has done a fine job in planning and carrying 
out an extensive program for women. The important part 
this organization plays in campus activities is fully 
realized by faculty and students alike. 



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W.A.A. 




Phelps, G. Hayes, Love, Pickler, J. Lewis, 
Sifford, Cutchin, Hinshaw, Lineberger, Young, Smith. 
Isenhour, Woodruff, Stewart. 
Tucker, Buckner, Hines, Carroll, Gunn, Nunn, Miss Pate 



OFFICERS 




Anne Mae Tucker 
Pr es ill e nt 



Elizabeth Sifford 
Secretary 



Gavnelle Haves 
Publicity Manager 



NOT PICTURED: Vice President, Ovida Lineberger; Treasurer. Connie Nunn; 
Sergeant-at-Arms, Lovedia Stewart. 



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GIRLS' SPORTS 




PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



Mr. Coble, Dr. Barllelt, Miss Vtlams, Mrs. White, Mr. Allred. 
Leonard, Russell, Gabriel, Burns. 




Hayes, (lark, Carter, Charles, Noble, Keeker. 



FORENSICS 



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MARSHALS 



Jean Sexton, Jacksie Miller, Carolyn Jones, Patsy Gadd, Jean Wall. 

William Kale, Tom Cole, Bob Heed, Michael Fleming, George Rudisill, Bob Fleming, Chief. 




Anne Alman, .lames Barker, James Brewer, Amy Buckner, Donna Burns, Margaret Bobbitt, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Ann Carter, Lo Chapman, President; Sue Clark, Dot Cress, Jenny Cozart, Prince Cutchin, Betty Elli- 
son, Cliff Evans, Virginia Gray, Betty Hayes, Kathleen Hines, James Hunter. Dot Johnson. Dot Jones, William 
Kale, Valeria Mendenhall, Jeannette McBane, Grant Neville, Billy Pope, Lovedla Stewart, Billy Thayer, Nancy 
White, Mary Whitely, Ervin Workman, Marion Workman. 

FUTURE TEACHERS' CLUB 



!)4 



SPANISH CLUB 

Ruse, Whitely, Mclnnis, Magoon, Cranford. 
Dr. Driver, Heed, Fleming, Venegas. 
Fleming, Prof. Allred, Yarborough, Plyler. 




Harrison, Sifford, Lineberger, Love, Jones. 

Shatteriy, Wilson, Cutchin, Czarnecki, Nunn, Pope, Eades. 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



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RED CROSS 




Sniilli, Sinclair, Hinshaw, Whitely, Love, Spearman. 
Shatterly, Sifford, Weaver, Woodruff, Rader, Bobbitt, Phelps, Sink 
Lloyd, Jordan, McKenzie, Waklrop, Fitzgerald, McCulley. 
Beane, Coomes, Rudisill, Thomasun, Arndt, Smith, Allen. 



BLOCK H CLUB OFFICERS 




Dox McCrwtY 


Bob Fleming 


Horace Billing 


President 


Secretary 

Nut pictured. 

Jo nx Preston 
Vice President 


Treasurer 



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PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT 




Ditullio, Cooke, Merhige, Roberts. 
Bill Marley, Billings, Bob Marley. 



RADIO STAFF 



The campus radio station, WHPC, is the newest im- 
provement on campus tin's year. The students are proud 
of it, especially considering this is probably the first 
small college in the state to have a radio station of its 
Own. 

Located backstage in the auditorium, the station is not 




Currie 



Billings 



only for entertaining purposes, hut it is a means of 
giving information about the various campus organiza- 
tions — when and where meetings will he held, elections, 
tlie outcomes of sports games and other announcements. 

WHPC is directed by Horace Billings, station direc- 
tor; Hoh Marley, assistant director; Thomas Cooke, 
talent director; and Hill Marley. program manager. 

Each evening at 7:-'J0 WHPC goes on the air for an 
hour and forty-five minutes, stopping at bookstore time 
for an hour's break. Programs are continued then by 
Moe Merhige with "Sandman's Serenade.'' which is fol- 
lowed by Dick Ditullio and Stan Roberts' version of 
"Rendezvous in Purple." 

PUBLICITY 

Another badly needed department was added at High 
Point this year, too. that is the publicity division, headed 
by Hill Currie and Horace Billings. The purpose of this 
department is to acquaint the public with college activi- 
ties, to maintain a close relationship between the town 
and the school, and to promote our athletic programs. 



97 



the HI-PO 




Burns, Chapman, Billings, Cagle, Payne, Siiford. 
Gibbs, Rogers, Williams, Hayes, Fleming. 
Cooper, Coble, Fleming, Maddux, Noble. 
Spearman, Vaughn, Cutchin, Alexander. 



KDITORIAI. STAFF 



The Hi-Po rounds out another year of recording 
in black and white the story of the activities of High 
Point College students. 

Elected to till the Editor's chair of the Hi-l'o 
this year was Horace Hillings. Wayne Cagle was 
associate editor. Sports editors were Marvin Cooper. 
Henry Maddux, and (ray Hayes. Percy Payne held 
the position of News Editor and Homer Rogers was 
Feature Editor. Lorraine Chapman, Bette Rader, 
and Mary Lib Vaughn were in charge of social news. 
Members of the news start' were E. W, Alexander, 
Ellie Prime Cutchin, Herman Coble. Betty Spear- 
man. C. W. Stewart. Hetty Gibbs, Joe \ easey, Doug 



Williams and members of the Journalism class. 
Circulation of the paper was accomplished by Eliza- 
beth Sifford. Circulation Manager. Hill Shatterlv 
handled the photography. 

The amount of advertising carried in the paper 
was kept at a high level by a hard working adver- 
tising staff. Robert Cress began this year's work 
as business manager. After his resignation earlv in 
the year Richard Noble assumed the position and 
carried on the remaining months. He was assisted 
by Gordon Cress. Jimmie McGhee, Marguerite Tay- 
lor. Billy Vendric and Donna Burns. 



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Tlie Hi-Po office is located in the basement of 
the Student Center. The paper is published by the 
students and for the students and can !><■ picked 
up from the big table in the foyer twice a month. 
Professor A. S. Withers is the faculty adviser to 
the students who publish this newspaper. 

The paper began this year with an experienced 
stuff, most of them having worked on the Hi-Po 
before or some publication before coming' to High 
Point College. Regularly, the Journalism class, 
under the professorship of Mr. Withers, made con- 
tributions to the paper, also. 

There was a great deal of resigning and accept- 



ing of offices on the Hi-Po staff this year. Starting 
ofl with Billings, as editor, and Cress, as business 
manager, it was not long before Cress had resigned 
and his duties were assumed by Richard Noble. 
Soon Billings relinquished his position as editor, 
in order to devote all of his time to his duties as 
president of the student government. He was suc- 
ceeded by Henry Maddux. Then Marvin Cooper 
and Arthur Stevenson were appointed business 
managers to fill the vacancy left by Richard Noble. 

Every member of the Hi-Po staff hopes that it 
has been successful in informing the students on all 
matters pertaining to their interest and welfare. 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Cress, Savvas, Noble, Burns, McGee. 




Mil 



the ZENITH 




Betty Hayes 
Editor 



Lorjraijte Chapman 
Associate Editor 



"The Zenith is out!" With these words the 
.staff turns over to you your yearbook, and the 
responsibility of judging the worth of the hook 
belongs to you students who have been asking, 
"When?" 



Actual preparation began last summer and con- 
tinued through to the day the hook was delivered 
to you anxious students. Our aims in this 1.948 

yearl k were to bring to you. step by step, a one- 

vear storv of college litV. We have combined the 
use of words and pictures to cover every phase 
of H.P.C. life, its student body, and its organiza- 
tions. 

Pandemonium reigned as the staff worked to 
meet that deadline. There was the dummy to be 
drawn, pictures to be made, ads to be collected, 
snapshots to be brought in. write-ups to finish, 
letters to type, and bills to pay. Any member of 
the staff' will be willing to tell you what a job it 
really was. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Seated: Editors, Lo Chapman and Betty Hayes. Standing are: Horace Billings, Jacksie Miller, 
Elizabeth Clifton, Helen Hough, Gay Hayes, and Bill Shatterly. 




100 



Above the pecking of a typewriter, assistant edi- 
tor, Lorraine Chapman, asks Betty Hayes, editor, 
who leans over a dummy, "What happened to the 
sophomore class write-up?" Margaret and Ann, 
business manager and her assistant, rip through 
a mountain of papers on the desk searching hope- 
fully for another ad. 

Gay Hayes and Horace Hillings did splendid 
work on the boys' and girls' sports pages, while 
Lib Clifton collected information about the seniors 
for their write-up. Amy Buekner took a load off 
the editor's mind by being in charge of collecting 
snapshots. 

Miss E. Vera Idol, faculty adviser, through sev- 
eral vears of experience, aided inestimably in guid- 




Maroaret Phelps 
Business Manager 



Asse Auus 
Assistant Business Mgr. 



ing the editor and business manager in their edi- 
torial and financial decisions. 

Each of the staff will have different memories 
of this year's work; the hard work and the funny 
things that happened. We hope so much that you, 

the students, will like the book. 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Burns, Ahnsin, Thoma, Phelps, Gibbs, Brown. 




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Miss Nancy White 



102 



SENIOR 



Miss Lorraine Chapman 



SENIOR 



Miss Jeannette McBane 



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103 



tte/ulanu 




Juniors 



Betty Ann Johnson 
Betty Trollinger 



Sophomores 



Kathleen Foster 
Bertha Lowe 



Freshmen 

Mary Johnson 
Gloria Thomas 



104 



BASEBALL 




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PREACHER'S KIDS 
Love. Broome, Biggerstaff, Ervin. 



COLLEGIATE COUNCIL OF THE 
UNITED NATIONS 

Dull, Jones. Cutchin, Czavnecki. 



105 



HIGH POINT 
COLLEGE 

High Point, N. C 



MORGAN'S ESSO SERVICE 

NORTH MAIN AND MONTLIEU TELEPHONE 3117 


Producing only one product 

A QUALITY ICE CREAM 


Beeson Hardware Co. # Inc. 

214 North Main Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Gibson Ice Cream Co. 


Sporting Goods, Builders Hardware, 
and Farm Equipment 


1400 North Main Street Phone 2401 


Compliments 


Compliments of 

SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 


DOUGHNUT COMPANY 


Compliments of 

EDNA'S BOOK SHOP 


PUGH'S 

CAMERA SHOP, INC. SPORTING GOODS CO. 

Photo Supplies and Sporting Needs 
116 East High Street Phone 5950 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

of 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 

Quality Shoe Repairing 

114 East Washington Phone 4313 


Compliments of 
BELK-STEVEJVS CO. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Compliments of 

LOGAN PORTER MIRROR CO. 



THE ROBBINS KNITTING CO. 



SPRUCE PINE, N. C. 



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



ELWOOD HOTEL 



SINGLE RATES 

$2.00 .... $2.50 

R. K. Young, Mgr. 



STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 



Books -:- Refreshments 
School Supplies 



Official College Rings and Jewelry 



AUSTIN FURNITURE CO. 



High Point's Oldest Home Furnishers 

Compliments of 
Piedmont Insurance & Realty Co. 

Telephone 2514 111 N. Wrenn 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Welcome to 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

"Noted for Good Food" 

R. B. Curran, Manager 



Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

Phone 2964 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY CO. 

Phone 4507 312 W. Broad Street 






MENDENHALL-THOMPSON 



Shop and Save at 
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

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


Compliments of 

F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 


Compliments of 

J. C. WELCH MOTOR CO. 

117 South Wrenn Phone 2485 


ROSE FURNITURE CO. 


"Where Quality and Price Meet" 

243 South Main Street Phone 4332 


DAVIS-PRLETT MOTOR CO. 

NASH 

Sales and Service 

748 North Main Street Phone 5421 


ROYAL CLEANERS 

Phone 2126 212 East High Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


CITY TRANSIT COMPANY 

Chartered Trips Anywhere 


JONES & PEACOCK, INC. 

AGENTS 

206 Professional Building Phone 2346 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Phone 3919 


MAYFAIR RESTAURANT 

120 West Commerce Street 

Telephone 2939 High Point, N. C. 

The Best for Good Food 


HALL PRINTING COMPANY 

Complete Printing Service 
High Point, N. C. 


CAROLINA ELECTRIC CO. 

123 Smith Hamilton Street 

II PHONE FOR US || MOTOR AND ARMATURE 

" WE'LL WIRE FOR " REWINDING 

Office Phone 20 58 Night Phone 47471 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 


SMITH STUDIO & CAMERA SHOP 

Portrait and Commercial Photographers 

KODAK HEADQUARTERS 
Kodaks Finishing Pictures Framing 

206 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

REDWINE HARDWARE 


Compliments of 

Jeffs Drug Store 

"Where the Students Meet to Eat" 


HENDRIX FURNITURE STORE 

147-49 South Wrenn Street 
"Complete Home Furnishings*' 

Phone 5462 


GEO. T. WOOD & SONS, Inc. 

Distributors Carpets ■ Rugs 

Display Rooms: 314 to 322 West Brood Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Styles for Floors : Profits for Stores Since 1921 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

FOR THIS YEARBOOK 

Made by 

REDMON'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 



North State Telephone Co. 


COLLEGE STREET SERVICE 
and GARAGE 


Serving High Point and Vicinity 


College and English Street Phone 3903 


W. F. MAULDIN, Inc. 

819 North Main Street Telephone 3411 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 

"Better Buy Buicfc" 


SLOOP AUTO SERVICE 

Hudson Sales and Service 

West Broad at Grimes Phone 3944 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 


LESTER'S JEWELERS 

Elgin Watches - Wood (Art Carved) 
Diamonds 


DALLAS FURNITURE CO. 

231-233 E. Washington Street 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 

"Your Friendly Furniture Store" 

Phone 4959 


Compliments of 
GREENE DRUG CO. 

610 North Main Street Phone 5618 
"Quality Drugs" 


ALEXANDER'S, INC. 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Phone 2378 

211 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

W. B. FLUHARTY, JR. 


IT'S 
RLUE RIRD TAXI 

For Prompt and Courteous Service 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

Quality Flowers . . . Plus Personal Attention 

1 14 East High Street High Point, N. C. 

Phone 2807 Mrs. A. E. Williams b Sons 


MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORE 

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


High Point Savings and Trust Co. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 

111 North Main Street Phone 5258 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Compliments of 

CECIL'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

304 SOUTH MAIN 


Compliments of 

YOUNG'S FURNITURE & RUG CO. 

1706 North Main Phone 5051 


DALLAS Inc. 

Makers of Good Living Room Furniture 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Power to You, Class of '48 




We're proud of you . . . 
Proud, too, of the chance to 
serve a new generation of 
young Piedmont citizens. 
Our best to you as you move 
forward to make your own 
place in our free economy . . . 
where your own will and ef- 
fort are the measures of 
achievement. 



DURE POWER COMPANY 



Compliments 
of 

G. H. KEARNS 



Compliments 

of 

A 

FRIEND 



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. 

"IVotfiinjj but service to sell" 



Cut Rate Housefurnishing Co. Alman Furniture Company 



Asheboro, North Carolina Asheboro, North Carolina 



Compliments 



W. E. Shaw Furniture Co., Inc. Alman b Shaw Furniture Co. # Inc. 



Lenoir, North Carolina Thomasville, North Carolina 



For Quality Dairy Products 

LINDALE DAIRY CORP. 

* 

"It's Our Pleasure to Serve You'''' 



West Lexington Avenue 



High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Koonce Funeral Home, Inc. 



Ambulance Service 



PHONE 4545 



MARIETTA PAINT b 
COLOR CO. 



FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 



PAINTS 



VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 



WHITLARK'S FLOWERS & GIFTS 

"Say it with flowers - and say it with ours" 

206 W. Howell Flower Phone 3964 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



AUTOGRAPHS 




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UNITED STATES OF AMERrCA— first among nations in 
national income! First in production of wheat, corn, 
cotton, petroleum, coal, and iron! First in commu- 
nicationSi in motor vehicles per capita— first in many 
essentials to good living and prosperity. 

And directly related to that position of leadership 
is our standard of education— for it has been shown 
that a country's wealth and welfare rise along with 
its educational standards. And countries rich in 
natural resources can be poor and backward with- 
out the benefits of education. 

Yes, the United States is a leader in the field of 
education too— but for how long? Appalling con- 
ditions prevail today in many of our schools. Many 
of our most brilliant teachers are working against 



odds— crowded classrooms, shortages of equipment 
and textbooks, long hours. . . . Thousands have left 
the profession for other work. 

You, and every United States citizen, will suffer 
from this situation, because it cannot help affecting 
our national prosperity before long. 

WHAT TO DO? 

Today— make it your business to take these two steps: 
1. Check up on educational conditions in your local 
schools; 2. Back up and work with otganizations 
seeking to improve teachers' working and Living 
conditions. For only by keeping our educational 
standards high can we hold our place in the world 
—and assure a prosperous future for our children. 




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