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HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



JACKSIE MILLER CUMBY . .Editor-in-Chief 

JANE MATTHEWS Associate Editor 

GERALD SUMMEY. . . Business Manager 

NANCY' ERWIN issistant Business Manager 

E. VERA IDOL Faculty Advise, 



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VOLUME TWENTY-THREE 










Zenith: "that point of the heavenb which U directly, 
over the observer i head . . . the Summit. 



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cA Quarter of a Century 

r^ i ■ ■ i ,-ri in i D, ;„ t < v, ii, ■(.-,■ wp fake time out for a backward glance through 

On this occasion, the twenty-fifth anniversary oi High roint Liouege, we l<ikc umc & & 

the eyes of the original faculty members who are still with the college. . . 

Dean Percy E. Lindley: "The first quarter century at High Point College has been a time ol pioneering, adven- 
ture, and reward. Self-sacrifice and deep loyalty laid the foundations of the institution; and we must st.ll keep faith 
with the founders, who, in fidelity to a grand vision, bequeathed to us this tangible and living privilege for culture 
and Christian service." 

Professor Alice Paige White: "I wish to comment particularly on the development of the college "rounds. When 
the college first opened its doors to students, it rained every day for two or three weeks in succession. The campus 
was a sea of red mud; we walked on planks from one building to another. There was neither grass nor shubbery on 
the grounds at that time. I think Mr. Gunn, who supervised the landscaping, deserves much credit for the beauti- 
fication of the campus. A beautiful campus is something in which a college takes pride. 

Professor E. Vera Idol: "From its beginning I have watched High Point College grow step by step to its present 
status, and have had a happy and busy part in its development. My interest has been from two points of view. A 
native High Pointer, I had a vision of the cultural service the college would bring to my native city; as an integral 
part of the college itself, I fixed my sights on the future, when High Point College would reach the high place among 
the colleges of the state and nation that was in the hearts and minds of its founders when they launched the campaign 
for its establishment. The twenty-five years here have been for me busy, happy ones." 

Professor J. Hobart Allied: "The first chapter of the history of High Point College cannot be written. Known 
but to a few, it is a spirit born of and made sacred by courage, sacrifice, and struggle for existence. When that spirit 
dies, the final chapter will be recorded." 

Professor J. Harley Mourane: "The past twenty-five years have been interesting, sometimes exciting, sometimes 
trying, but always stimulating. I consider it a rare privilege and a unique, outstanding experience to be among those 
who have started a college," 

SIDEEIGHTS 

Dr. N. M. Harrison, formerly vice-president of the college, designed the college seal before the institution opened 
for business. The seal bears appropriate symbolism and the college motto — Mil Sine Nwnine: Nothing Without Di- 
vine Light. 

Mrs. C. L. Whiiaker. Housemother of Woman's Hall, has been with the college from its beginning. Mrs. Whitaker 
has seen many young women come and go during the past twenty-five years. 

Ed White, college fireman and handyman, and George, the cook, also have been with the college for the entire 
quarter century. George has dished up food to many a nostalgic freshman. Ed White continues to entertain the 
boys on the campus with an interesting fund of stories. 

Professor H. E. Coble, of the Department of Education, was the first member of the Class of 1927 to receive a degree. 
Thus he became the first graduate of the college. It was he who gave the college annual its appropriate name. On 
the occasion oi the twenty-fifth anniversary of the institution. Professor Coble says, "The completion of its first quarter 
century of service finds High Point College with its peak enrollment and an ever-expanding influence undreamed 
ol by the founding lathers. I he ideals and aspirations, given impetus twenty-five years ago and nurtured through 
the years, have reached fruit on. With the difficult years behind us and with tradition to sustain us, we can look 
forward to greater service in the years that lie ahead." 

High Point College graduates have made names for themselves in all fields of endeavor. Several have returned 
as administrative officers and faculty members-Louise Adams. Associate Professor of Mathematics; Herman E. 
Coble, Associate Pro lessor ol Education; William Faircloth, Assistant Coach; C. Reginald Htnshaw, jr., Assistant 
Professor of History; John Y\ . Farlow, Instructor in Business Administration; Richard A. Short, Bursar and Graduate 
Manager of Athlettcs; Henry I. R.denhour, Counsellor for Men; Mrs. Henry I. Ridenhour, Assistant Librarian 



^Dedication 




Miss E. Vera Id< u. 
Percy E. Lindley 



Dr. J. E. Pritchard 

J. H ARI EY MOURANE 



Mrs. Alice Paige White 
J. Hob art Allred 



To Dr. J. E. Pritchard, a stalwart Christian, for many years an 
outstanding leader in Methodism, the only living member of the 
original committee that campaigned for funds to establish High 
Point College; and to Dean Percy E. Lindley, Professor Alice Paige 
White, Professor E. Vera Idol, Professor J. Hobart Allred, and Pro- 
fessor }. Harley Mourane, faculty members of High Point College 
from its beginning twenty-five years ago, whose service to the college 
and to the community through character, leadership, and professional 
ability cannot be measured by material standards, the staff appre- 
ciatively dedicates the 1949 Zenith. 



"3n our kearti we hold tke mem 'ry . . . 





C// a place we love the be$t; 




THE GROWTH OF OUR COLLEGE 

The year 1940 is a milestone in the history of High Point College. It marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the 
institution. Though comparatively young as institutions of higher learning go, High Point College has shown re- 
markable growth in its first quarter century of existence. 

High Point College began as the dream of Rev. J. F. McCulloch, a native of Guilford County who attended Ad- 
rian College, Adrian, Michigan. After a few years of teaching. Dr. McCulloch returned to North Carolina with 
the conviction that the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church should establish a college 
in the state. Attending the annual conference at LaGrange in 1893, he presented his proposal in such a convincing 
manner that a Committee on Ways and Means was appointed to explore the possibilities of building an institution 
of higher learning. The Methodist Protestant Church, however, did not feel the need of a college, thus nulli ying 
the work of the committee. Undaunted, Dr. McCulloch established Our Church Record, later renamed The Methodist 
Protestant Herald, to transmit his views to the homes of members of the church. _ 

After many years of agitation, personal solicitation, and many disappointments, the campaign began to bear fruit. 
Mr. J. C. Roberts, a Methodist Protestant layman of Kernersville, N. G, provided in his will a gift of Si 0,000, if the 
college should be ready to open by 1920; otherwise, the sum was to be used as an invested fund, the interest on which 
was to aid worthy young men preparing for the ministry. The legacy, though it never materialized because of the 
time limitation, stimulated considerable interest; and when the college was finally built, the administration building 
was named in honor of Mr. Roberts. 

The next step forward was taken in 1 920. Dr. R. M. Andrews, President of the North Carolina Annual Conference, 
urged that the church either take action on the matter of building the college or abandon the project altogether. 
The conference appointed a College Committee, composed of Dr. Andrews, Rev. L. W. Gerringer, and Rev. J. E. 
Pritchard, who were to campaign for funds in the churches of the North Carolina district. Aware of the increasing 
interest in the educational enterprise, Mr. J. Norman Wills, a son and grandson of Methodist Protestant ministers 
and an active layman in the church, offered to donate $100,000 (on condition that the College Committee should 
obtain $300,000) by the end of 1920. The time limit was subsequently extended by Mr. Wills, but, owing to a post- 
war business slump, the committee secured only $241,000. However, with this sum as a basis, the campaigners pressed 
forward. They submitted a proposition to several cities in the Piedmont area: if a city should offer an acceptable 
building site and $100,000, the College Committee would consider establishing the college in that city. Burlington, 
Greensboro, and High Point met the terms of the proposition; the High Point location was chosen. 

A Building Committee consisting of Dr. F. R. Harris, Dr, J. F. McCullock, Dr. R. M. Andrews, Mr. R. F. Williams, 
Mr. J. Norman Wills, Mr. R. H. Brooks, and Mr. J. S. Pickett was appointed. Mr. Herbert B. Hunter was engaged 
as architect; and he, accompanied by Dr. Andrews and Mr. Wills, visited a number of colleges and universities. After 
a thorough investigation, they recommended to the Building Committee that the colonial style of architecture be 
employed. 

The cornerstone of Roberts Hall was laid on June 29, 1922; the building was completed during the ensuing autumn. 
McCulloch Hall, a dormitory for boys, and Woman's Hall, a dormitory for girls, were not completed until September, 
1924. With Dr. R. M. Andrews as president, High Point College opened its doors to one hundred and thirty-two 
students, of whom fifteen were sophomore transfers from other institutions, on September 15, 1924. 

The Class of 1927, the first graduating class, consisted of thirteen members. In that year nineteen members made 
up the administrative sta,ff and faculty. Of the original faculty, five members — Dean P. E. Lindley, Professor Alice 
Paige White, Professor E. Vera Idol, Professor J. Hobart Allred, and Professor J. Harley Mourane — are still with 
the college. In 1928, the administrative staff and faculty numbered twenty-five, and the Class of 1928 consisted of 
forty-five graduates. 

Upon the resignation of Dr. Andrews in 1930, the Board of Trustees selected Rev. Gideon I. Humphreys to fill 
the presidency of the college. Dr. Humphreys was well qualified for the position, having served as President of the 
General Board of Christian Education from 1924 to 1930. By virtue of his service on the board, he was in close con- 
tact with the educational program of the denomination. Dr. Humphreys assumed his duties as president of the col- 
lege in June, 1 930. 

The years from 1930 onward have constituted a period of steady expansion. Harrison Gymnasium completed 
in 1933, was named in honor of Dr. N. M. Harrison, whose persistent efforts in obtaining donations of materials and 
money resulted in the building. Four residences were purchased— the president's home (1931) a professor's home 
(1937), a home economics house (1939), and an additional professor's home (1942). The M J Wrenn Memorial 
Library, erected in 1937, was presented to the college by Mrs. M. J. Wrenn as a memorial to her deceased husband 
Albion Milhs Stadium was completed in 1938; and the baseball field, a year later. Additional rooms on the third 
floor ot Woman's Hall were built in 1937; and in 1943-44, more housing space was prepared in McCulloch Hall' 
The field house, located at Albion Milhs Stadium, wa? the gift of the American Business Club of Hio-h Point in iqa7 
During this period, the campus was neatly landscaped, concrete walks were laid, and the main road^into the campus 
was given a hard surface. mp^ 

A consolidation of the orphanage work of the Western North Carolina Conference was brought about by Methodist 
Union. As a result ol this consolidation, the Board of Trustees of the Children's Home of the (former) Methodist Pro 
testant Church deeded to the college the property located one mile northeast of the ' 



consols of approximately ten acres of land and three principal buildings-J. M. Millikan Ha^TZmitor^forTarr.Vd 
veterans. Penny Hall, a dormitory for young women, and B. N. Duke Cottage to be 1 

In addition to the construction and acquisition of new buildings, the original academic departments were enlarged 



and new ones were added. Much new equipment was obtained for instructional pu 



The size of the student body increased as the instructional facilities 



rposes. 



were expanded. The Class of i 94 o consisted 



of eighty-one graduates. In that year the administrative staff and faculty numbered thirtv ,iv n I?4 ° t C ,° nS1S , 
part of World War II, the college, along with all other educational institutions w nessed a ^l a "! ^ ^ 

of students enrolled. But when large numbers of veterans began to take advance of then- educat n }" ^^ 

in iq 4 - r4 G, High Point College received its share of enrollees. The college went all o „ in , ff * °PP ortumtles 
qualified applicants as possible. * l a11 ° Ut ln lts efforts t0 ad mU as many 

Today, High Point College is literally bursting at the seams. There are two i,, m j 1 1 , • 
of the senior class. The total enrollment is perhaps larger than the founders dreante 1 i 1'wV ^7"°^ members 
is to be commended for having adjusted itself without loss of poise to the increa ed eman clfo r h T f ' " C °ir S u 

a quarter century of remarkable growth behind it. High Point ColWe bra^K -Inn Z f ^ 8 le , arnm S- Wlth 

■ 4 Diavely looks forward to a glorious future. 



Contents 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 

page 10 



CLASSES 

page 1 6 



GOVERNMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS 

page 70 



ATHLETICS 

page 88 



SOCIAL 

page 102 



ADVERTISING 

page 121 




PRESIDENT 

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



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Resident Bishop Charlotte Area— Costen J. Harrell, D.D. 

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

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

1950— G. Ray Jordan, Horace S. Haworth, H. A. Millis, G. H. Kearns, J. Clyde Auman, Ernest 
W. Teague, Vernon Hodgin. 

1951 Paul N. Garber, C. A. Dillon, S. W. Taylor, N. M Harrison, L. F. Ross, Mrs. D. S. Col- 
trane, C. L. Gray. 

1952— W. A. Lambeth. H. F. Hunsucker, C. C. Robbins, Jr., Charles W. McCrary I E Prit- 
chard, Blaine Madison, * - 

*Vacancy 



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Percy E. Lindley 
Dean of Students 

Clifford Reginald Hinshaw 
Dean of Instruction 




ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF. 




Nathaniel P. 
Yarborough 
Registrar 



Matilda C. Proctor 
Counsellor for \ I 'omen 




Henry I. Ridenhour 

Counsellor for Men 



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Louise Adams, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
J. Hobart ALLRED, A.B., A.M.. Professor of Modem Languages 
Dorothy Nell Arnette, B.S., M.A., Director of Physical Edu- 
cation for Women 
Emma Frances Baber, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor of English 
Maggie Lou B. Barker, A.B., Instructor, Art 
Maudie Barnette, Assistant Counsellor for Women, Penny Hall 
Helen R. Bartlett, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of History 



Alda T. Berry, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor, Business Adminis- 
tration 
Mary Sue Clark Brown, A.B., Recreational Director 
Marcella Carter, A.B., B.S., in L.S., Librarian 
Margaret Carter, Secretary to President 

Amy Clowes, B.R.E., M.A., Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education 
Herman E. Coble, A.B., M.A., Associate Professor of Education 
Edmund O. Cummings, B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry 




Stuart C Deskins, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.. Professor of Social Science 
David Miller Driver, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Modern 

Languages 
Myrtle Engen, R.N., Graduate Resident Nurse 
William H. Fairci.oth, B.S.. Assistant Coach 
John W. Fari.ow, B.S., Instructor, Business Administration 
Ernestine Fields, B.Mus., B.S., M.Mus., Assistant Professor, Music 
C Leon Garner, B.A., Instructor, Business Administration 



Mrs. Alice Gorman, A.B., Vocational Counsellor 

Mrs. William George Harding, B.S., Assistant Dietitian 

Idyl F. Harvii.le, Dietitian 

E. C Harvii.le, Supt. of Buildings and Grounds 

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

Clifford Reginald Hinshaw, A.B., M.A., A.M., Litt.D., Pro- 

fessor of Education and Psychology 

George H. Hi .hart', A.B.. M.A., Ph.D.. Professor, Business Ad- 
ministration 




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OUR FACULTY AND STAFF 




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E. Vera Idol, A.B., B.S., A.M., Professor of English 
Ralph E. James, Director of Athletics and Head Coach 
Ada B. Johnson, B.S., M.S., M.A., Assistant Professor, Home Eco- 
nomics 
Percy E. Lindley, A.R., A.M., Litt.D., Professor of Religious 

Education 
Lincoln Lorenz, A.B., A.M., Ph. P., Professor of English 
Gertrude E. May, Business Secretary 
Lillie Mae Moore, B.S., Secretary to the Registrar 



Arthur Garner Paschal, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Physi- 
cal Education 
Betty S. Perry, Counsellor fen Women, Penny Hall 
Phyllis Proffitt, Bookkeeper 

Ruth Mae Ridenhour, A.B., Assistant Librarian 
Richard A. Short, B.S., Bursar and Graduate Manager of Athletics 
Ruth A. Steelman, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Education 
Elizabeth Clement LaRoche Taylor, A.B., Instructor, Speech 
and Dramatics 




BESSIE M. WALLDROFF, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of Biology 
Alice PaiGE White, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor, English 
CLARA E. WhiTAKER, Housemother, Woman's Hall 
Miriam G. Wininger, B.S., Instructor, Business Administration 
Arthur S. Withers, A.B.. M.A. Professor of English 
Albert J. Wood, B.S., ALA., Associate Professor of Music 
Nathaniel P. Yarborough, A.B., A.M., Professor of Modern 
Languages 




FACULTY AND STAFF NOT PICTURED 

Clifford Reginald Hinshaw, Jr., A.B., M.A., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of History 
Lloyd O. Hughes, A.B., Auditor 

J. Harley Mourane, B.S., M.S., Professor of Chemistry and Physics 
Franklin Riker, Instructor in Voice 

J. Wilson Rogers, A.B., M.B.A., Instructor, Business Administration 
Robert Simmons, A.B., Director of Band {Band Master) 



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OUR FACULTY AND STAFF 




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John Venegas, Vice-President; Max Meeks, President; Jean Sexton, Secretary-Treasurer. 



SENIOR CLASS 



WE ARE THE SENIORS. Ours is the past at High Point College — no longer the future. 
Never again during summer vacations will we dream about another year to spend at our 
school — dances to be attended . . . games to be won . . . studying to be done . . . time to be 
passed in friendly and fraternal conversation. We had a past, present, and future at H.P.C. 
Now, we only have a past; but we will reminisce in that past . . . we will remember. 



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WHO'S WHO 




Mary Elizabeth Vaughan 
President, Day Students 

Patricia Isenhour 
President, Woman's Hall 

Glenn McCulley 

President, Junior Class 

Michael Fleming 
President, La Tertulia 



J. C. McAllister 
President, Student Government 



Jack Horney 



Jacksie Miller Cumby 
Editor, Zenith 

John Kupice 
President, McCulloch Hall 

William Kale 
President, F.T.A. 

Robert Fleming 
Chief Marshal 



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ALLGOOD, ELMO S., High Point, N. C. 

B.A.. Major in Social Science. Honor Roll 2, 3; F.T.A. 
4. U. S. Navy 3 years. 



ASHMORE, ROBERT JULIAN, Charlotte, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. ABA, President 3. 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1. U. S. Army 2 years. 



ALLRED, ROBERT SHERWOOD, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. A A E; Veterans' 
Council 2; Choir 3, 4; Band 4. U. S. Army 1 year. 



AUMAN, CHARLES L., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
M.S.M., President 4. 



AMOS, WILLIAM RUDY, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. E H <1>; Representative 
to Pan-Hellenic Council 4; La Tertulia 4. 



AUMAN, ERDMAN C, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. A A E; Block "H, 
Treasurer 4; Football 2, 3,; Golf 2, 3, 4. 



ARTHUR, GILBERT LUTHER, Morehead City, 
N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry. N. C. State College: Band 1; 
R.O.T.C. 1. Brevard College: Football 2; Band 2; 
Dormitory Council 2; Block "B" 2; Smokers' Club 2, 
President 2. 



BARKER, ADDISON ROBY, JR., Thomasville, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English and Social Sciences. "The Order 
of the Lighted Lamp" 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Zenith staff 
copy editor 4; Senior Superlative; La Tertulia 4; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Member of Midwest Poetry 
League. U. S. Army 4 years. 



SENIOR 




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BATES, GLENN C, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in English. ITK; Zenith staff, Feature 
Editor, 4; Hi-Pn 3; Band 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower 
Players 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2. 



BLAIR, JANE LEE, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Primary Education. A 1" 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Choir 3, 4. Appalachian State Teachers' 
College 1. 



BEASLEY, ERNEST ANDERSON, JR., High Point 
N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Army Air Corps, 
5 years. 



BLAYLOCK, JOHN' B., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. I T K, Vice-President 
4; Class representative to Student Government, 4; 
Red Cross; Zenith business staff, 4; Soccer team 3, 4. 



BILLINGS, ROSCOE L., JR., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Social Science. U. S. Army 3 years. 



BOBBITT, WILLIAM B., JR., Littleton, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. Secretary of Student Govern- 
ment 2; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower 
Players 3; Honor Roll 1. U. S. Army 3 years. 



BISHOP, HOWARD H, Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H <J>. 



BOGGS, GEORGE T., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



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Bates 

Beasley 

Billings 

Bishop 



Blair 
Blaylock 
Bobbin 
Boggs 




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BOYLES, BILLY LEWIS, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Duke i. U. S. Navy. 



BREWER, JAMES F., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. U. S. Coast 
Guard 4 years. 



BOYLES, DAVID B., High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Mathematics. U. S. Army Air Corps 
1 year. 



BREWER, PAUL W., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Block "H" 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BRADSHAW, ELMER OSBURN, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll 3, 4. 
U.S. Army 5 years. 



BROWN, ROBERT McLEAN, Durham, N. C. 
B.A. Major in Religious Education. Ministerial Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Red Cross, President 2; 
Hi-Po, Photographer; Tower Players 2. Louisburg 
College 1 : Class Vice-President 1 . 



BRADY, JOSEPH W., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



BROWN, ALBERT RALPH, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Navy 3 years. 



SENIOR 




Boyles, B. 
Boyles, D. B. 
Bradshaw 
Brady 



Brewer, J. 
Brewer, P. 
Brown, R. 
Brown, A. 



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BRUTON, PAUL ALEXANDER, Asheboro, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. Honor Roll i, 2; Minsterial 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CANUPP, ARCHIE BONELL, High Point. X. C. 
B.S. in Biology. University of Illinois 1. Catawba 
College 2; Science Chili 2. I*. S. Army 3 years. 



BUMGARNER, BILLY LAWS, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Zenith Business Staff 
4; Football 1; Honor Roll 1, 2. U. S. Army Air 
Corps 3 years. 



CASSELL, PAL'L M„ High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Religious Education. Ministerial Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain j. 



CALLAHAN, GILBERT SHERWOOD, High Point, 
N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H 'I'; Zenith 
Business staff 4. U. S. Army 2 years. 



CANIPE, ROBERT GLENN, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Veterans' Council 1. 
U. S. Army 4 years. 



CECIL, FRANKIE MARIE, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Music. F.T.A. 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower 
Players 2. 



CHARLES, JACK WOOD, High Point, N. C. 
B.A.. Major in Social Science. Forensic Council 1, 2, 3, 
Vice-President 2, President 3; F.T.A. 4; Choir 1, 2; 
Junior Varsity Tennis 3; I.R.C. 3. 



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Bumgarner 
Callahan 
Canipe 



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Cassell 
Cecil 
Charles 




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CHILTON, CECIL ODELL, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Mathematics. 



COBLE, JAMES LEONARD, Randleman, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Adm'v.istration. University of Michigan 

i. U. S. Navy i year. 



CHILTON, JIMMIE HERBERT, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. 



COLE, JAMES LEO, Asheboro, N. C:. 
B.S. in Business Administration. I T K. 



CHILTON, CARLTON RALPH. Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. A A E; Honor Roll i, 
2 %. Guilford College: Y.M.C.A. i; Fine Arts 



Club I 



COLLINS, CHARLES R., JR., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. Class President i; Block 
"H" J, 3, 4, President 3; Varsity football 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 3. U. S. Army 3 years. 



COBLE, HEBRON F., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Varsity basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 1/2, 3, 4; Block "H" 2. 3, 4. U. S. Army 4 
years. 



COOKE, DAVID THOMAS, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
B. A., Major in Mathematics. E H $; Representative 
to Dormitory Council 4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Super- 
lative. 



SENIOR 





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Chilton, C. 
Chilton, J. 
Chilton, C. R. 
Coble, H. 



Coble,.] 

Cole, J. 
Collins 
Cooke 






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COOMES, ANNA JEAN, Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics. Dormitory Council Repre- 
sentative i, Treasurer 2; Modern Priscilla Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Red Cross 3. 



CRESIMORE, JAMES L., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. F.T.A. 4. 

CRESS, ROBERT, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



COOPER, MARVIN PRESTON, Charlotte, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. N.D.M.; Dormitory 
Council, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Red Cross 4; Hi-Po 
Business Manager 3, Sports Editor 4; Block "H,'> 
4; Manager Tennis Team 3, 4; Band 3. 



CRAVEN, WILLIAM CLAYTON, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H <I>; Tower Players 
3. Lb S. Army 4 years. 

CREASMAN, CHARLES CECIL, Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. 



CUMBY, JACKSIE MILLER, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. S A <J>, Treasurer 3, Pub- 
licity Manager 4; Class Secretary 3; "The Order of 
the Lighted Lamp" 3, 4, President 4; Marshal 3; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Forensic Council 1, 2; F.T.A. 4; 
Zenith i, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 1, Editor-in-Chief 
4; Hi-Po 1, 2, News Editor 1; Choir 3; Honor Roll 

1, 2 > :l 4- 

DAVIS, GEORGE AUSTIN, Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry. E H <f> 2, 3, 4; Veterans' Council, 
President 3; Soccer 3, 4; Block "H" 3, 4. 



V_^J-ii\tOO 



Coomes 
Cooper 
Craven 
Creasman 



Gresimore 
Cress 
Curnby 
Davis 




25 



DAVIS, PEARL E., Rockingham, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Religious Education; Religious Education 
Club 4. Wesleyan Methodist College: Literary 
Society; College Conference; Young People's Society. 



DULL, VERNON McKINLEY, CANA, N, C. 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. A A E; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Collegiate Council for United 
Nations 3, 4. 



DEESE, RAY B., JR., Winston-Salem, N. C 
B.A., Major in Social Science. 



DOBY, JOHN B., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. m Business Administration. Varsity baseball 1; 
Block "H". U. S. Army Air Corps 2 years. 



ERWIN, NANCY LEE, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Religious Education. Religious Ed. 
Club 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4; Zenith, Assistant Business 
Manager 4; Tower Players 3; Honor Roll 3. Salem 
College 1, 2: The Lablings 1; The Salemite 1; The 
Freshman Dramatics (Huh 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Volun- 
tary Hospital Aid 1, 2; The Pierrettes a; Le Cerele 
Francois 2. 



DODAMEAD, THOMAS E., JR., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Music. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Roll 2, 3. U. S. Army Air Corps 3 years. 



DREW, DANIEL D., Muskogee, Oklahoma 

B.S. in Physical Education. F.T.A. 4. Northeastern 
(Okla.) State College. 



EVANS, FLOYD RICHARD, Fayetteville, N. C. 
B.A.. Major in English and History. Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Louisburg College: Y.M.C.A.; 
Central Religious Group; Student Government Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, President 2; Monogram Club President 
2; Oak Staff, photographer 2; Class President t. 
U. S. Marine Corps 2 years. 



SENIOR 










Davis 
I leese 
Doby 
Dodamead 



Drew 

Dull 

Erwin 

Evans 



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FIELD, FRANK W., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 

FIRESHEETS, MILLARD M., Jamestown, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry. Honor Roll 3; Chemistry De- 
partment Assistant 4. 

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM EDWARD, High Point, 
N. G. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FLEMING, MICHAEL BURRON, Greensboro, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Spanish. A A E; "The Order of the 
Lighted Lamp" 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges; Charter 
Member La Tertuha 3, 4, President 3, 4; H1-P0 staff 
3, 4, copy editor 3; Red Cross 3; Junior Varsity 
Tennis Team 2; Spanish Department Assistant 4; 
FT. A. 4; Tower Players, Business staff 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. U. S. Navy 5 years. 

FLEMING, ROBERT ANDREW, JR., Greensboro, 

N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. A A E; "The Order 



of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Chief Marshal 3; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges; F.T.A. 4; Senior Superlative; Hi-Po staff 3; 
Charter Member La Uertulia 3, 4; Red Cross Fund 
Drive, Chairman 3; Block "H" 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
3; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Conference Doubles Cham- 
pionship 2; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4. U. S. Navy 5 years. 



FOSTER, JAMES M., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 
U. S. Army 4 years. 



FOWLER, JOE CALVIN, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Social Science. E H $; Honor Roll 3. 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



FOWLER, RICHARD KEITH, Charlotte, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. A A E. Pfeiffer Junior 
College: Vice-President Freshman Class; President 
of Veterans' Club; Vice-President Student 'Govern- 
ment; Baseball 1,2; Chairman Dance Committee 2. 
U. S. Marine Corps 3 years. 



v^ JjAuo 



Field 
Firesheets 

Fitzgerald 
Fleming, M. 



Fleming, R. 
Foster 
Fowler, J. 
Fowler, R. 




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FOWLER, SAMUEL OLIVER, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Social Science. E H <I>; Veterans' Coun- 
cil 3; Tower Players 3; Baseball 2, 3. 



FREEMAN, ERNEST BOYD, JR., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. La Tertulia 4. 



4; Charter Member La Tertulia 3, 4, Director of 
Publicity 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4. 



GARRETT, CARL CALEB, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 4. U. S. Army 4 years. 



GABRIEL, WILLIAM HOWELL, North Wilkesboro, 

N. C. B.A., Major tn English. ITK; Student Govern- 
ment, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Dormitory Council, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Pan Hellenic Council 3; 
F.T.A. 4; Hi-Po, Sports Editor 1 ; Senior Superla- 
tive; Tower Players 3; Basketball 1; Honor Roll 2, 
3, 4. N. C. State College 1: Band; Glee Club. 



GARRISON, ROBERT E., Burlington, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. E H <f>; Dormitory Council 
3; Tower Players 3; F.T.A. 4. U. S. Navy. 



GARRISON, WILLIAM, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Mathematics. 



GADD, PATSY RAE, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Majors in Spanish and English. I] A '!>; "The 
Order of The Lighted Lamp" 4; Marshal 3; F.T.A. 



GILES, HUGH TAYLOR, Rockwood, Tennessee. 
B.S. in Physical Education. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; 
Block "H" 2, 3, 4. 



SENIOR 




Fowler, S. 
Freeman, E. 
Gabriel, W. 
Gadd, P. 



Garrett, G. 
Garrison, R. 
Garrison, W. 
Giles 



28 



GIBSON, SLOAN, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Music. 



GUNN, CLAIRENE, Kenbridge, Va. 

B.A., Major in English. Marshal 4; Forensic Council 
2; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Choir 3. 



GILLIE, GEORGE WESELEY, Draper, N. C 
B.A., Major in History. 



GURGANUS, JOSEPH S.. Williamston, N. C. 

B.S. in Science. 1TK, Representative to Pan Hellenic 
Council. U. S. Marine Corps 2 years. 



GREENE, GENE H., Mocksville, N. C. 

B.S. in Science. E H <I>; Biology Lab. Assistant. 
U.S. Navy 2 years. 



GUVER, HOMER DEWEY, JR., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Army Air 
Corps 3 years. University oi Chattanooga. 



GRIFFITH, H. CARLYLE, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Navy 3 years. 



HAMILTON, JAMES R., Lake Junulaska, N. C. 
B.A.., Ala/or in Religious Education. 



^ -Li-fvOio 



Gibson 
Gillie 
Greene 
Griffith 



Gunn 
Gurganus 

Guyer 
Hamilton 




29 



HANEV, ARDENAL, High Point, N .C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



Chapel Committee 3. Pfeiffer Jr. College 1: Order 
of Sundial; Class Officer; Y.W.C.A.; Fellowship 
Group; Speakers' and Actors' Guild. 



HANNER, JAMES DAVID, Randleman, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Marine Corps 
4 years. 



HASTY, DONALD THOMAS, Mebane, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



HARDING, WILLIAM G., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.A., Majors 111 English and History. II1-P0 staff 2, 4, 
Managing Editor 2. U. S. Marine Corps. 



[IILLMAN, LEWIS C, Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Army 5 years. 



HARRISON, MARIETTA, Rocky Mount, N. G 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. ^ A ( 1»; Class 
Treasurer 3; Religious Ed. Club 2, 3, 4; M.S.M. 
2, 3; GS.G 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, President 3; 
Tower Players 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 2, 3; 



HENDERSON, WILLIAM M., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



HILTON, WILLIAM CALVIN, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. m Business Administration. 



SENIOR 




Haney 
Hanner 
Harding 
Harrison 



Hasty 
Hillman 
Henderson 
Hilton 



30 



HINES, FRANCES KATHLEEN, Holly Ridge, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. W.A.A. i, 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Zenith, Business Staff 4; Riding Club 1. 



HIX, JAMES RICHARD, North Wilkesboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. 



HINSHAW, ROSALIE, Climax, N. C. 

B.A., Majors in Religious Education and English. Re- 
ligious Ed. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Red 
Cross 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; M.S.M. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Choir 1, 2, 4; Senior Superla- 
tive; Tower Players 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 



HINSON, CAROLYN LOUISE, Charlotte, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in Religious Education and English. Re- 
ligious Ed. Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; C.S.C. ;;; Tower 
Players 2, 3, 4, Executive Secretary 3, 4. Queens 
College 1, 2. 



HODGIN, LAWRENCE G„ High Point, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Business Administration. E H "J". 



HOLCOMB, JAMES WALTER, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Army Air 
Corps 4 years. 



HOLTON, WILLIAM ALLEN, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



HOOVER, NELLIE LOIS, Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. m Home Economies. A (-) l I"; Modern Priscilla 
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; F.T.A. 4. 



V_ji_iXYOO 



Hincs 
Hinshaw 
H in son 
Hix 



Hodgin 

Holcomb 

Holton 

Hoover 




_.. _ 



31 



HOOVER, HAROLD W., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Class Secretary-Treasurer 
2; Block "H" 2, 3, 4; Varsity baseball 1, 2, 3. U. S. 
Army Air Corps 3 years. 

HORNEY, JACK, Farmer, N. C. 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
W'lui's Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 

HUNTER, JAMES CREWS, Pleasant Garden, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Physical Ediiea/um. F.T.A. 4. 
Appalachian State 1: Dramatics. Guilford 2. 

HYLTON, WILLIAM T., High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Mathematics. I T K; "The Order 
of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Block "H" 3, 4; Zenith, 
Business Staff 4; Soccer 3, 4; Baseball 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Wooster College (O.) 1. 

ISENHOUR, PATRICIA ANNE, New London, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. 2 A <1>; Secretary 3, 4; 



Woman's Hall Representative 4: President Woman's 
Hall 4; "The Order of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.M., Secretary ;; Senior' 
Superlative; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Charter Member 
La 7 er tut i 11. 

JACKSON, FRANCES, Candler, N. C. 

B.A., Major 111 Religious Education. Religious Ed. 
Club 3, 4; Red Cross 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
2, Reporter 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower Players 4; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Pfeiffer College 1,2: Speakers' 
and Actors' Guild 1, 2; Pfeiffer .News 2; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet 1,2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Order of Sundial 
1, 2. 

JENKINS, ROBERT GRAY, Thomasville, N. C. 

B.A., Major in History. U. S. Army 3 years. 

JOHNSON, BETTY ANNE, High Point, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Primary Education. H A <t>; Attendant 
to May Court 3; Beauty Contest 3. W.C.U.N.C. 1. 



SENIOR 









Hoover 
Homey 
Hunter 
Hvlton 



Isenhour 
Jackson 

Jenkins 
Johnson 



32 



JONES, CAROLYN VIRGINIA, Mount Holly N c 
B.A., Major in English. S A <I>; Marshal •/■ Class 
Secretary 2; F.T.A. 4; Zenith, Photography Editor 
4; I R.C. 2 3 \ ice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 
3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 



N. C. 
J.; Red Cross 4; 

4; 



JONES, DOROTHY LEE, Durham 
B.S. in Music. Religious Ed. Club 
W.A.A. 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Choir 3,4; Most Improved Piano Student 
Award. Pfeiffer College r, 2: Choir 1 » President 
2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Home Ec. Club 2; Order of the 
Sundial 2; Speakers' and Actors' Guild r I 
Club 1. 



dlowship 



Religious Ed. Ch 
Vice-President 3; CI 



to 1, 2, 



loir 2. 



Red Cross 2. 3; M.S.M., 



JORDAN, ROBERT HARRY, Siler City, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in English and Social Science A A E 
President 2; Class Vice-President 1; "The Order 
oi the Lighted Lamp" 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 2; 
torensic Council 2; Ministerial Association 2 3 4 
Secretary 2, President 4; Red Cross 3, 4 Vice- 
Chairman 4; M.S.M. 2, 3, 4, President 3; C.S.C. 
3, 4; Rand 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; N. C. Methodi 
Student Movement Council 3, 4. U. S. 
yea 1 v 



list 

Navy 2 



JONES, EDWARD L., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Science. H M H. Duke University 1: Choir- 
Intramural sports. U. S. Navy 3 years. 



JONES, WENDELL W., JR. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



High Point, N. 
E H (I). 



C 



JORDAN, FRANCES WEAVER, Norfolk, Va. 
B.A., Majors in Religious Education and Elementary 
Education. A (-) <F; Secretary Woman's Hall 4- 



KALE, WILLIAM HART, Greensboro, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. Ministerial Association 1, 

2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Council of 
the United Nations 3; Marshal 3; M.S.M. 3; F.T.A. 

3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; English Dept. 
Asst. 3; History Dept. Asst. 4; Zenith, Business 
staff 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

KIRBY, ROBERT W, Canton, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Social Science. Soccer 4. 



y^j .L(r\oiOi 



Jones, C. 
Jones, D. 
Jones, E. 
Jones, W. 



Jordan, F. 
Jordan, H. 
Kale 
Kirby 




53 



KUPICE, JOHN THOMAS, Stroudsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. 
B.S. in Business Administration. X.I). NT. 2, 3, 4, Presi- 

ent 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges; Class President 2; Basketball 2; 
Dormitory Council, President 4; Golf team 2, 3, 4; 
Radio 4; Honor Roll 2, 4. University of Kansas 1. 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



LINDLEY, FLAVIUS GORDON, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 
U. S. Navy 2 years. 

LINEBERGER, OVIDA JANE, Maiden, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. 'I»; Pan Hellenic Council 
4; VV.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. 



LANE, LESTER D., Pinnacle, N. C. 
B. S. 111 Business Administration. I T K.. 

LASSITER, CARTER CLARK, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in English. E H <I>; F.T.A. 4; Honor 
Roll 3, 4. U. S. Army 3 years. 

LEONARD, LAWRENCE SECKEER, High Point, 
N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry. A A E 2, 3, 4, President 3; Pan 
Hellenic Council 3; Choir 1 ; Junior Varsity Basketball 
1 ; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Honor Roll 1 ; Captain 
Intramural Basketball 3. 



LOVE, DOROTHY MAE, Statesville, N. C. 

B.A., Majors in Religious Education and English. "The 
Order of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Religious Ed. Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; VV.A.A. 

2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, Soccer, Softball, and Basket- 
ball; M.S.M. 2, 3; C.S.C. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Tower 
Players 2, 3; Collegiate Council of United Nations 
3; Preachers' Kids Club 2; I.R.C. 3. 



LOWDERMILK, JOHN W., 
B.S. in Business Administration. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Block "H" 2, 3, 4. 



Thomasville, N. C. 
F.T.A. 4; Golf Team 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



SENIOR 




Kupiee 
Lane 
Lassitcr 
Leonard 



Lindley 

Linebcrger 
Love 
Lowclermi Ik 



u 



LYNDON, GEORGE EARL, JR., Thomasville, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in English and Religious Education. Bre- 
vard College: Glass Vice-President i; Euterpian 
Literary Society 2; I.R.C. 2; C.S.M. 1, 2; Choir 
1,2; Veterans' Club. 

McAllister, john c, High Point, n. c. 

B.S. in Business Administration. N.D.M.; Student 
Government, President 4; Class President 3; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; 
Block "H" 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. LJ. S. Navy 3 years. 



President 3; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; Ministerial Association i, 2, 3; 
Band 1,2; Choir 3. 



McINNIS, ELLIS THAD, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. U. S. Army 3 years. 



McINNIS, SAMUEL J., JR., Jamestown, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



McCORMICK, JOHN P., Linden, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Soccer Team 3, 4; Block 
"H" 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. U. S. Marine Corps 
3 years. 



MACY, GLENN MARTIN, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Ma/hematics. 



McCULLEY, GLENN R., Lenoir, N. C. 

B.A., Majors in English and Social Science. Class 



MALENKOS, JIMMY, High Point, N. C 
B.S m Chemistry. A A E; Choir 1. 



vj.L/.A.oo >■ 



Lyndon 
McAllister 
McCormick 
McCulley 



Mclnnis, T. 
Mclnnis, S. 
Macy 
Malenkos 




35 



MASON, ORREN R., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.A., Majors in English and History. A A E; Honor 
Roll 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; La Tertulia 4; Senior Superlative. 
Asbury College 1. U. S. Army 2 years. 



MATTHEWS, JANE ELIZABETH, Brodnax, Vir- 
ginia. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. (-) 'I'; Religious 
Ed Club 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4; C.S.C. 4; Zenith, Asso- 
ciate Editor 4; Tower Players 3, 4. Ferrum Junior 
College 1, 2: Delta Omega; Editor Yearbook 2; 
M.Y.F., President 2; Campus Church Treasurer 1, 2. 



MAY, ANDREW J., JR., Littleton, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. 



MEDLIN, HOWARD WALLACE, High Point, N. C: 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



MEEKINS, ALENANDER S., High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 

MEEKS, MAX LIVINGSTON, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in History and English. Class Represent- 
ative 1; Vice-President Day Students 2; Class Vice- 
President 1, 3; Class President 4; Zenith, Business 
stall 4; Senior Superlative. Pfeiffer College 1: 
Track; Y.M.C.A., President 1; Honor Roll; Regional 
Forensic Tournament; Speakers 1 and Actors' Guild; 
Order of the Sundial; World Friendship Club. 
U. S. Navy 3 years. 

M ELY IN, JOE HARRINGTON, Fayetteville, N. C. 
U.S. in Business Administration. 

MINTER, MELVIN, Draper, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. N.D.M.; Block "H" 3, 4; 
Soccer 3, 4; "The Order of the Lighted Lamp" 
4. U. S. Navy 6 years. 



SENIOR 




Mason 
Matthews 
May 
Medlin 



Meekins 
Meeks 
Melvin 
Minter 



H. 



MORAN, THEODORE FREDERICK, Freeport, 

New York 

B.S. in Business Administration. N.D.M.; Varsity 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Block "H" 2, 3, 4. 



NEVILLE, GRANT, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 



Team, Trainer 



Intramural Basketball 



Honor Roll 3. U. S. Coast Guard 4 years. 



MORRIS, TERRY JACKSON, Hi<2,h Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Student Government 
Representative 1; Basketball 1; Band 1, 2, 3. U. S. 
Army 2 years. 



MORTON, GLENN, Trinity, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Spanish. Charter Member La Tertulia 
3, 4; University of North Carolina 1: Glee Club. 



NICHOLS, CHARLES EDWARD, Simms, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. I T K. U. S. Army 
Air Force 4 years. 



NUNN, CONNIE S., Mount Airy, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. S A 4>; Dormitory Coun- 
cil, Head Proctor 4; Senior Superlative; Tower 
Players 3; W.A.A. 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; 



Volley Be 



Basketball 



W.C.U.N.C. 1. 



NEEDHAM, WILLIAM RILEY, Greensboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Biology. H.M.H. 4; F.T.A. 4. U. S. Navy 
3 years. 



OSBORNE, GARY D., Charlotte, N. C. 

B.A., Major in English. A A E; Zenith, Printing Editor 
4; Tower Players 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. University 
of Illinois (Extension). U. S. Coast Guard 4 years. 



LjJ-j/vOO 



Moran 
Morris 
Morton 
Needham 



Neville 
Nichols 
Nunn 
Osborne 




37 



PAINTER, GLENN C, Sylva, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Senior Superlative; Foot- 
ball i, 2, 3, 4; Block "H" 2, 3, 4. U. S. Army 4 
years. 



PICKLER, DORIS PIPE, New London, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Primary Education. $; Honor 
Roll 3, 4; Religious Ed. Club 4; W.A.A, r, 2, 3, 4; 
B.S.M. 1, 2; F.T.A., Club Historian 4; Zenith 
business stafl 4. 



PARLEIR, GEORGE ALLEN, Conover, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Social Science. Ministerial Association. 
Brevard College: Glee Club 2; Delphia Literary 
Society 1, 2. 



PLYLER, SHIRLEY RUTH, Marshvillc, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Vice-President of 
Fenny Hall 3; Choir 3, 4. 



PEGRAM, RALPH HARLEY, Winston Salem N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. I T K; Class \ ice- 
President 1; FT. A. 4; Choir 1. Louisburg College 
1, 2; International Relations Club t, 2; Commercial 
Club 2; Veterans Club 2. 



PETTY, NED, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



POPE, NELDA CHRISTINE, Cana, N. C. 

B.A., Ma/in in Grammar (hade Education. Religious 
Ed. Club 1, 2, 4, W.A.A. 2; F.T.A. 4. Mars Hill 
College: Nonpariel Society, B.T.N. 



PROCTOR, PAUL B., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

B.S. in Science. H.M.H., President 4; Board of direc- 
tors, U. S.; Junior Chamber of Commerce 1947-48; 
Campaign Chairman, American Cancer Society 
1947-48. U. S. Army 2 years. 



SENIOR 








Painter 
Parleir 
Pegram 
Petty 



Pickler 
Plyler 
Pope 
Proctor 



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PULLIAN, DAVID M., Asheboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. 



PUTNAM, ROY C, Greensboro, N. C. 

B.A., Major in English. Ministerial Association i. 
2, 3, 4- 



eiation, Vice-President 4; Red Cross, Chairman of 
Home Service Committee 4. Pfeiffer Junior College 
1. Navy 2 years. Milikan Hall, Mayor 4. 



RIDGE, NANCY ERNESTINE, Asheboro, N. C. 
B.S. ni Busmen Administration. Zenith business staff 



RAINS, RALPH L., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. A A E; Band r, 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Army 2 years. 



RAPHAEL, BERNARD M., Dilworth, Minnesota. 
B.S. in Business Administration. N.D.M. 



RICHARDSON, ROBERT W., High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. Ministerial Asso- 



ROBBINS, BARTLEY E., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Business Administration. Brevard College 1. 
Army 4 years. 



ROBINSON, GEORGE B., Norlina, N. C, 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. I T K; Red Cross 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Honor Roll 4. 
N. C. State 1, 2. 



Vji-iiiiOO 



Pullian 
Putnam 
Rains 
Raphael 



Richardson 
Ridge 
Robbins 
Robinson 




- 



I W* M 



V) 



ROGERS, HOMER G., Wilmington, N. C. 

B.A., Major in English. Forensic Club 3; H1-P0 
Feature Editor 2; 'lower Flayers; Burnsville Play- 
house Theatre (N. Y.). 



ROWLETT, THOMAS MADISON, Concord, N. C. 
U.S. 111 Science. A A E, President 4, Representative 
to Pan Hellenic Council 4; H.M.H., Treasurer 4. 
Navy 2 years. 



ROGERS, ROBERT C„ 1 1 i - 1 > Point, N. C. 
B.A., Ma/in in Mathematu r. A A E. 



SAM FEES, DEDRICK F,, Draper, N. C. 
U.S. in Physical Education. V. S. Navy. 



ROLLINS, DONALD EDWARD, Lexington, N. C. 
B.S. in General Science. Wofford College r: Old 
Gold And Blink Business Stall 1. Duke University 1. 



SAPPENFIELD, ROBERT WARREN, High Point, 
N. C. 

/)'.,S'. 111 Business Administration. I T K; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Senior Superlative; Honor Roll 2, 3. 



ROUNDTREE, MILTON D., Cedar Grove, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Mathematics. I T K. 



SAUNDERS, CHARLES KELLY, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Army 3 years. 



SENIOR 




Rogers, H. 
Rogers, R. 
Rollins 
Roundtree 



Rowlett 
Samuels 
Sappenfield 

Saunders 



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SEWARD, MICHAUX REBECCA, Star, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education, B.S. in Music. Re- 
ligious Education Club 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4; Band 3, 4; 
Choir 3, 4; Tower Players 4. Shenandoah Conser- 
vatory of Music 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Thespians 1, 
Delta Psi Omega 2, 3, Secretary 3. 



-'- 3; 



SEXTON, MYRON \\\, Denton, N. C. 

B.S. 111 Physical Education. Tower Players 3. Catawl 
College 1. Air Corps 3 years. 



SEXTON, VISTA JEAN, Denton, N. C. 

B.A., Major in Primary Education. <-) <I>; Dormitory 
Council 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 4; Marshal 3; W.A.A. 
3, 4; FT. A. 4; Hi-Po 1; Senior Superlative. 



SHEER, ARTHUR HAROED, Yadkinville, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Physical Education. I T K; Block "H" 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1. Coast Guard 1 vear. 



SHEETS, JOSEPH H„ JR.. Winston-Salem. N. C. 
B.S. 111 Physical Education. E H <I>; Varsity Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2; Block "H" 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4. Army 4 years. 



SINCLAIR, BETTY RUTH. Mooresville, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. Secretary to 
Dormitory Council 2, 3; Religious Education Club 
3, 4, Vice-President 4; Red Cross 3, 4, Secretary 4: 
W.A.A. 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4, Reporter 4; Choir 3, 4. 
Pfeiffer College 1, 2: Choir 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; 
Fellowship Club 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2. 



SHATTERLY, LUTHER WILLIAM, Greensboro, 

N. C. 

B.S. in Biology. H.M.H. 4; Zenith photographer 

2, 3, 4; Hi-Po Photographer 2, 3, 4; J. V. Tennis 

Team; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4. Army Air Corps 4 years. 



SINR, HENRY DWIRE, Lexington, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Ministerial Associ- 
ation 2; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. 
Army 2 years. 



VJ J_i/\tJiJ 



Seward 
Sexton, M. 
Sexton, J. 
Shatterlv 



Sheek 
Sheets 
Sinclaii 
Sink 





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SINK, IRVING HOYT, Lexington, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. N. C. State i. Navy 
3 years. 



SKAGGS, MRS. BERNIGE OLIVE, Thomasville, 
N. C. 
B.S., Major in Education. University of Tennessee 
i, 2, 3. 



SLADE, JANE LEWIS, High Point, N. C. 

B.S., Major in Grammar (trade Education. A H '1'; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; M.S.M. 1, Reporter 
2; C.S.C., Secretary 2; Choir 2; Senior Superlative. 



SMITH, FLORENCE MAE, Denniston, Va. 

B.A., Majors in English and Religious Education. Re- 
ligious Education Club 3, 4, Publicity Reporter 4; 
Red Cross 3, 4; M.S.M. 3, 4. Ferrum Junior College 
1, 2: Delta Omega, President 2; Honor Roll 1, 2. 



SPENCER, EUTHA MONNIE, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. 111 Hume Economics. A *F; Modern Priscilla 
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Home Management Club 4; 
F.T.A. 4. W.C.U.N.C. Summer School 3. 



STEWARD, HOWARD O, Kernersville, N. C. 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. 



SMALL, LOVD E., Lancaster, S. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Clemson College 1. 
Army Air Force 3 years. 



STONE, DONALD E., Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. Ashemore Business 
College. Navy 3 years. 



SENIOR 





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STONE, MARGARET THERESA, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Milligan College 
(Term.) i, 2, 3. 



STONE, WILLIAM STEWART, JR., High Point, 

N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H <I>. Air Transport 
Command 3 years. 



SULLIVAN, MALCOLM R., Burlington, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. N.D.M.; Block "H"; 
Dormitory Council 3; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Coif 1. U. S. Army 1 year. 



SUMMEV, MARVIN L, High Point. N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Varsity Baseball 1, 2; 
Varsity Basketball 1. U. S. Army 3 years. 



STOUT, RICHARD W., High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. E H 'I>; Honor Roll 
1, 2, 3, 4. U. S. Army 3 years. 



SURRATT, NOEL, Denton, N. C. 

B.S. 111 Physical Education. I T K; Basketball r, 2, 3, 



STROUD, GURNEY LEE, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



SWAIN, GUY T., Aurora, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. A A E. Navy 3 years 



V^iJ_ji\iOO 



Stone, M. 
Stone, W. 
Stout 
Stroud 



Sullivan 
Summey 
Surratt 
Swain 




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TROGDON, WANDA LEIGH, Asheboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. - A <I>; Penny Hall 
Dormitory Council, Treasurer 3; College Quartette 
3. W.C.U.N.C. 1, 2: Cornelian Society. 



TROLLINGER, BETTY BROWN, Asheboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. X A ( I\ Vice-President 
3, President 4, Pan Hellenic Council Representative 
4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Superlative; Attendant to May 
Queen 1, 2, 3; May Queen 4; "Miss High Point Col- 
lege" 2. 



YENEGAS, HECTOR JUAN, Ponce, Puerto Rico. 
B.S. in Science. Class Vice-President 4; Choir r; 
Varsity Cheerleader 4; Varsity Football 1; Charter 
Member La Tertulia 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; C.C. 
U.N. 3, 4; State Chairman of Foreign Student Com- 
mittee 3, 4, District Leader 3, 4. 



VICE, ALVIN L., Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Physical Education. Block "H"; Varsity Foot- 
lull 1; Varsity Baseball 1, 3. Cumberland Univer- 
sity 1 year. 



TROLLINGER, HENRY RUPERT, JR., Asheboro. 
N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H <I>. N. C. State 1. 
Lb S. Navy 2 years. 



VAUGHAN, MARY ELIZABETH, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in Mathematics anil Social Science. A 4'; 
Student Government, Representative 4; Day Student 
President 4; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges: B.S.M. I, 2; F.T.A. 4; Ili-I'o 
reporter 3; Assistant in History Department 4; "The 
Order of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WAESCHE, MARTHA FOREMAN, Thurmont, Md. 
B.S. in Physical Education. W.A.A. 4. St. Mary's 
Junior College (Md.j 1,2: Vice-President of Athletic 
Association; Basketball, manager 1, Captain I, 2; 
Varsity sports — Basketball, Tennis, Hockey, Swim- 
ming, Softball; Spanish Club 2. Newberry College 
(S. C.) 3: Basketball Captain 3; Representative to 
Student Government 3. 



WAGONER, EARL THOMAS, High Point, N. 
B.S. in Chemistry. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 



C. 



SENIOR 




Trogdon 
Trollinger, B. 
Trollinger, H. 
Vaughan 



Yencgas 
Yick 
Waesche 
Wagoner 



H 



WALLDROP, JOHN HERBERT, JR., Greenville 

N. C. 
B.A., Majors in Religious Education and English. Choir 
3, 4; Red Cross, Chairman 3, Student Adviser 4; 
M.S.M., Representative to C.S.C.; Dance Committee] 
Chairman 3. Davidson College 1, 2: Football 1; 
Choir 1; Phi Delta Theta. 



WALKER, JAMES KNOX, High Point, N. C 
B.S. in Business Administration. Honor Roll _>, 
St. Johns University 1. U. S. Army 2 years. 



WALL, MARTIN EDWIN, Pilot Mountain, N. C. 
B.S. m Business Administration. H.M.H., Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; M.S.M., Secretary 1; J. V. Basketball Team 
1; J. V. Tennis, 4; F.T.A. 4. 



JOESH MEEK GOODE, Greens 



WARNER, 
N. C. 

/>..!., Major in English. Student Government, Re- 
presentative 4; Ministerial Association, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Most Valuable Player in Touch Foot- 
ball Award 2. Davidson College 1. 



WALKER, W. B„ High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. V. S. Navy 3 years. 



WHITE, WILLIAM C, High Point, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. Army Air Corps 2 
years. 



WALL, CATHERINE JEAN, Danbury, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics. Penny Hall Council, Head 
Proctor 2; Marshal 3; Modern Priscilla Club 1, 2, 
3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4; Home Management 
Club 4. 



WHITELV, MARY ELIZABETH, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Majors in Religious Education and Spanish. "The 
Order of the Lighted Lamp" 4; Religious Education 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3; La Tertulia 3, 4, Historian 
4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Choir 1; 
Orchestra 3; Senior Superlative. 



LtLAuu 



Walldrop 
Walker, J. 

Walker, W. B. 
Wall, J. 



Wall, M. 
Warner, J. 
White, W. 
Whitelv 




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WHITT, JOHN FRANKLIN, High Point, N. C. 
B.A., Major in Religious Education. Ministerial Asso- 
ciation i, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 



WILSON, VANCE LOREN, Murphy, N. C. 

B.S. in Health and Physical Education. Varsity Soccer 
4. U. S. Navy 3 years. 



WILLIAMS, WILLIAM B., JR., Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. Block "H" 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 1; Honor Roll ;;. 
U. S. Army 3 years. 



WILLIAMSON, S. GRAY, High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. E H "I'. 



WILSON, MERRILL V., JR., Greensboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Physical Education. 



WINSTON, CAMERON P., Greensboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration. Block "H"; Varsity 
Soccer 2, 3. U. S. Army 5 years. 



WISE, RAYMOND M., High Point ,N. C. 

B.S. 111 Business Administration. U. S. Army 2 years. 
Llonor Roll 1 . 



WOODRUFF, BILLIE BURGH, Oxford, N. C. 

B.S. in Health and Physical Education. 2 A <I>; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Senior Superlative. 



SENIOR 




VVhitt 
Williams 
Williamson 
Wilson, M. 



Wilson, V. 
Winston 
Wise 
Woodruff 



04 



SENIORS 


NOT PICTURED 


Jack Ahl 


Louise Cordy 


Newman Oliver 


Nizon Bingham 


Robert Greene 


Don Page 


Arthur Black 


Betty Griffith 


Claude Purjeson 


Charles Bodenheimer 


Nancy Griffith 


Richard Sizer 


Robert Bohon 


Blanche Grimsley 


Joe Slade 


Lawrence Cox 


Charles Gurper 


Myrtle Tabor 


John Debeny 


James Harris 


Carl Tipton 


Paul Duncan 


Norman Harris 


Harold Weaver 


Herbert Ellington 


Kenneth Hutchins 


Bob White 


Edward Ciltman 


James Kirkman 
Richard Meisky 


Paul Williamson 



v_^JLii\iok5 



SUMMEY, GERALD, JR., 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Business Administration, 
Zenith, Business Manager 4. 

WORKMAN, ERVIN CLEE, 

Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration. 

YOW, ALBERT ERNEST, 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry. 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



Best-Looking 
BETTY TROLLIXGER ORREN MASON 

Most Likely to Succeed 
PATRICIA ISENHOUR MAX MEEKS 

Most Athletic 
CONNIE NUNN GLENN PAINTER 

Most Friendly 
BILLIE WOODRUFF BOB SAPPENFIELD 



BILL GABRIEL 


Wittiest 


JANIE SLADE 


JEAN SEXTON 


Best All-round 


BOB FLEMING 



Most Popular 
THOMAS COOKE ROSALIE HINSHAW 

Most Intellectual 
ADDISON BARKER MARY WHITELY 



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Percy Payne, Vice-President; Glenn McGulley, President; Bill Marley, Secretary-Tr, 



JUNIOR CLASS 



WE ARE THE JUNIORS. Like our older brothers, we have 
a past at High Point College; but, unlike them, we have a present 
and a future — another year. During this summer, we will dream 
about and plan for this remaining year at our college . . . we will 
make this our greatest and most enjoyable one. 



49 




MARSHALS 



Percy Payne 
Chief 

Betty D. Auman Tom M. Kei.lam 

Charmione C. Rose Henry T. Maddux, Jr. 

Elizabeth B. Spearman Robert J. Marley 

Anne E. Stuart Arnold R. Medlin 



Clairene A. Gunn 



liter nates 

William S. Marley 



A group of .students from the junior class arc elected each year by the faculty to serve as college marshals. They 
are elected on the basis of character, appearance, dependability, and scholarship. To be elected marshal is one of 
the highest honors bestowed on students at High Point College. 

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

These eleven marshals of 1948-49 are to be commended for the way in which they have carried out their duties 
and upheld the standards upon which they were chosen. 



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JUNIOR GLASS 



First row, left to right: 

AMOS, MARTHA WEINIG, High Point, N. C. 
ATWOOD, CALVIN, Thomasville, N. C. 
AUMAN, BETTY DORIS, High Point. N. G. 
BRANSON, HEYVVOOD MERTON, Asheboro, N. C. 
BRIGGS, GEORGE WILBOM, High Point, N. C. 
BROWN, JAMES VVRAY, High Point, N. C. 
BROWN, CHESTER DARROLL, High Point, N. C. 



Second row: 

BROWN, GEORGE KELLY, High Point. N. C. 
BURLESON. GORDON McDONALD, High Point. N. C. 
BYRD, ALBERT DeWITT, JR., Wilmington, N. C. 
CARMICHAEL. CHARLES CLIFTON, High Point, N. C. 
CARNIE, ROGER PHILIP, Freeport. N. Y. 
CARTER, PAUL JONES, Cycle, N. C. 
CHARLES, FOIL VERNON, High Point, N. C. 



Third row. 



CHEVES, BILLIE LEE, High Point. N. C. 
CLINARD, GURNEY CARLTON, Trinity, N. C. 
COGGINS, JAMES RAYFORD. High Point, N. C 
COLLINS, DAVID LEROY. High Point. N. C. 
CONNER, CORA LEE, Gandler, N. C. 
COPLEY, RALPH CARLTON. High Point, N. C 
CRANFORD, JOHN G, JR., Coolemee, N. C. 



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JUNIOR 



First row, left to right: 

CROSS, RICHARD EDWARD, High Point, N. C. 
CZARNECKI, JOHN, High Point, N. C. 
DALTON, JOSEPH CHARLES, High Point, N. C. 
DeHAVEN, KENNETH L., High Point, N. C. 
DAVIS, BENNIE JO, Charlotte, N. C. 
DINKINS, WARREN G., Yadkinville, N. C. 
EMBLER, DONALD LEE, High Point, N. C. 

Second row: 



ENNIS, VERNON B., Jacksonville, N. C. 
ENSCORE, JAMES E., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
ERVIN, JO LANE. Salisbury, N. C. 
ESKRIDGE, JACK W., Lawndale, N. C. 
FOXWORTH. JAMES MILTON, High Point, N. C. 
GOODWIN. MARY M., New Bern, N. C. 
GREENE, TAYLOR ALLISON. Asheville, N. C. 

Third row: 



HILLIARD, GEORGE CARLTON, High Point, N. C. 
HINSHAW, MILLER KIRK, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
HOLDER, ROY EUGENE, High Point, N. C. 
HOWARD. JOHN REID, Thomasville, N. C. 
HOWELL. EARL CLEMITH, JR.. Trinity, N. C. 
HUTCHINSON, HAROLD EUGENE, High Point, 

N. C. 
ILDERTON, CLARENCE MARTON, High Point, 

N. C. 



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First row, left to right: 

INGRAM, VIVIAN JUANITA, High Point, N. C. 
IVES, JOE ROBERf , High Point, N. C. 
JORDAN, ROBERT R., JR., High Point, N. C. 
KEARNS, LYLES, High Point, N. C. 
KELLAM, TOM M., High Point, N. C. 
KREIENBAUM, LOIS KATHRVN, Richmond, Virginia 
KENNERLY, WILLIAM GRAYSON, High Point, N. C:. 

Second row: 



LEY, ROY SAMPSON, JR., Hisjh Point, N. C. 
LONG, CHARLES FELIX, Winston-Salem, N. C:. 
LOVE, HAROLD R. Jamestown, N. C. 
LOWDER, LAWSON L. Albemarle, N. C. 
LOWE, BERTHA VIOLA, Hioh Point, N. G 

Mcdonald, curtis, jr., Hi°h Point, n. c. 

MADDUX, HENRY TOWNS, JR., Raleigh, N. C:. 

Third row: 



MADDUX, NEIL SLAPPEY, Raleigh, N. C. 
MANN, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Hicrh Point, N. C. 
MAR I. FY, ROBERT JENNINGS, Ramseur, N. C. 
MARLEY, WILLIAM SIDNEY, Ramseur, N. C. 
MATTHEWS, JOHN MARLYN, Hi^h Point, N. C. 
MASHBURN, DWIGHT WINFRED, High Falls, N. 
MEDLIN, ARNOLD REECE, High Point, N. C. 



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JUNIOR 



First row, left to right: 

MILLER, BERNARD LAWRENCE, High Point N C 
NEWSON. JIMMIE LEE, Winston-Salem, N. C, 
O'DANIEL, EUGENE, Kannapolis, N. C. 
PAYNE, PERCY, JR., Hi<;h Point, N. C. 
PEELER, WILLIAM STANLEY, Belwood, X. C. 
PEPPER, EDGAR FLETCHER, Thomasville, N. C 
PERRY, JAMES EARL, Draper, N. C. 



Second row: 

PERRYMAN, ARTHUR EUGENE, JR., Winston-Salem N 

POWER, ELMER HALL, High Point N C 

REID. CHARLES BENTON, High Point N C 

ROSE, CHARMIONE ClAROLYN, Winston-Salem N C 

SHOAF, EARLY CLIFFORD, High Point N C 

SMITH, GAINES CARLTON, High Point N C 

SMITH, MARY LYNN, Forest Citv N C 



C. 



Third row: 

SMITH, WILLIAM DOYT, High Point N C 
SPEARMAN, ELIZABETH BLADES, Bookhaven, Georgia 
STROUD, HENRY ANDREW, High Point, N, C. 
STUART, ANNE ELIZABETH, High Point, N. C. 
TANT, DORIS LORRAINE, Charlotte N C 
TEACHEY, JAMES JOSEPH, High Point, N. C. 
THORNTON, ROBERT DURWOOD, Leaksville, N, C. 



$4 




First row, left to right: 

TICE, CHARLES LEE, High Point, X. C. 
TIMM, ROY WILLIAM. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
WOOTON, CHARLES LUTHER, High Point. N. C. 

Second row: 

YEAGO, JOE E., Fayetteville, N. C. 



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JUNIORS 


NOT PICTURED 


William Anthony 


Joseph Harrell 


Billie Lyndon 


Everett A. Bryant 


Floyd High 


Thomas McCoy 


J. L. Bull 


John Holleman 


Xeil McDaniel 


William Camvion 


Thomas Hudspeth 


Jimmie Newson 


William Carroll 


Betty Payne Keiger 


Margaret Payne 


Otis Chapman 


Clyde Kennedy 


Gene Sed berry 


Raymond Deal 


William Lackey 


Andrew Smith 


Lonnie Gailes 


Denver Langley 


Guy Surin 


Regis Glaesner 


D. C. Lawson 


Charles Tabor 


Gerry Hancock 




Ley Teague 



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3fa Jfflemortam 




CHARLES WILSON STUART 
Born December 17, 1926 — Died September 24, 1948 



5r> 




Ruby Workman, Secretary- Bill Black, President; George Thompson, Treasurer. 
Jerry Iscovitz, Vice-President (not pictured) 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

WE, THE SOPHOMORES, arc the middle men. Although 
we are not yet as high and mighty as our Junior kin, we do know- 
that our lowly days are over. We are an integrate part of life at 
High Point College; we look forward enthusiastically to what lies 
ahead. 



>7 



SOPHOMORE 



Clifton L. Adams 
Mary Fay Alexander 
Harvey Wesley Amick 
Beulah Lee Anderson 



Oscar Joseph Anderson 
Edwin Lewis Auman 
James McQueen Bailey 
Richard J. Bailey 



Kenneth Gray Berrier 
William Fleminc Black 
Margaret Bi. anion 
Wilbur Lee Blanton 



Francis Carroll Booze 
William Egbert Briggs 
Lois Annette Broome 
Lloyd Horace Brown 



Harry Bassett Cardwell, Jr. 
Louise Dryden Carter 
George Gray Cartwright 
Charles Ford Casey 



Fletcher Wayland Causey 
Bob Bray Caveness 
Clifton F. Church 
Herman Earl Coble, Jr. 



Betty Zane Collins 
Joanne Comer 
James A. Coomes 
Anita Cornelison 




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Paui W. Cranford 
John I Iii i Cri iwei i 

DriRSEY C'RI'MPI F.R 

Roy Marvin Curlee 



Joseph Francis Dai e, Jr. 
Herman M. Deaton 
Kathryn Hail Dern 
Frank Newton Early 



Susan Eason 
Wn i i \\i H. 1'JiMi ire 
Wii liam Fanelty 
Hn i v Reid Fari ( >W 



Frank Owen Fitzgerald 
Joseph Fi yth 
Bernard Duval Frink 
Howard Gailey 



l)( inree Garner 
Walter Potter Garrisii 
Ianthia LaVerne Gerringer 
Betty Jane Gibbs 



Laurie Wynn Gibbs 
James Fay Gilbert 
Hai lie (in breath 
Ethel Faye Glenn 



Edna M. Glidewell 
George Leon Green- 
Li us Ii.ene Gresham 
Morris Edward Gunn 



5''' 



SOPHOMORE 



Rita Maxie Hall 
Oliver Wilson Hauser 
Thomas E. Hendrick 
Joseph E. Hendrix, Jr. 



William McKinley Hennis 
Gary Clark Henry 
Emmett Ernest Hiatt 
Max H. Hill 



John Mark Hinton, Jr. 
Ted Ian Hodge 
Robert Lee Honbarrier, Jr. 
Willard W. Huffman 



Kathryn Mason Hunter 
Billy Sherrill Ingram 
Marjorie Jane Ingram 
Donovan Leach Jones 



Jimmie Wright Kent 
Jack Howard King 
Joan Ruth Klein 
Ruth Irene Lain 



Donald R. Lakin 
Barbara Jean Lawrence 
Glenn Wade Leach 
William Dean Lee 



Olin Belvin Levina 
Margaret Carolyn Lilly 
Erra Lee Lineberry 
Hal Wade Livengood 




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CLASS 




Lamarie McArthur 
Euland Clayton McBride 
James Frazier McGee 
Mary Elizabeth McGehee 



M. Francis Marion 
Paul Kimball Maydian 
Richard Franklin Mickey. 
Joyce Jeanne Mills 



Norman Bunyan Nail 
Doris Jean NAnce 
John William Neistlie 
Youthalene Nifong 



Arvil Lloyd Pardue 
Darrell Troy Parrish 
Mildred Louise Parrish 
Frances Geraldine Patterson 



Harvey R. Pearman, Jr. 
Betty Ann Potts 
Jack Benjamin Powell 
William Dwight Queen 



J. W. Ray 

Stella R. Redding 
Edward M. Reich 
Romona Anne Rhodes 



John Branson Ridge, Jr. 
Fred Wilton Rogers 
Eldred Sloan Schafer 
Ray Milton Shore 



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SOPHOMORE 



Harold Leon Sims 
Joseph Edwin Sink 
Andrew Smith 
Billy Him, Smith 



Frank Smith 

J. Paul Smith 

Kyle Hunter Stephenson 

Arthur Burgess Stevenson 



Bili.ie Jacqueline Stroud 
Gloria Thomas 
George W. Thompson 
Edgar William Turner 



Gwendolyn Mae Tyson 
Jackquolyn Faye Ty'SON 
William Underwood 
Ray Underwood 



Joseph Ray Yeasey 
Bill Hervey Vendrick 
Carolyn M. Von Cannon 
Frank Von Drehle 



Fred Huffard Walker 
Phii ip Tracy Wai l 
Leamon Paul Ward 
David Paul Wattington 



Rilla Sue Whitaker 
Roberta Faye Wilkins 
Dorothy Iris Williams 
Cornelius Fletcher Womble, Jr. 




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\^1jx\oO 




William VV. Woods 

Ruby Workman 

Mary Charlotte York 



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SOPHOMORES NOT 


PICTURED 


Ernest David Allen 


Harold Manning Evans 


Ellen Murray 


William Trott Allen 


Lloyd Ferrell 




John Norton 


William Bruce Bailey 


Margaret Irnen Fine 




Eugene Oglesbee 


Curt Bovender 


Guy Gibson 




Eugene Palko 


Roy Charles Bragg 


Hugh Gordon 




Gurnie Pendry 


Edgar Warren Chilton 


Don Hooper 




James Ferryman 


Willey Green Clary 


Jerry Iscovitz 




Aaron Rice 


Paul Crisco 


Coleman Lafayette Ki 


mball 


Harold Ritch 


James Crocker 


John Kimsey 




Ralph Ehvood Smith 


Thomas Dalrywiple 


Bill Minor 




Charles Varner 


Troy Davis 


Donald Mintz 




James Wagner 


Charles Grayson Dosicr 


Max Moran 




Herman Winfree 


Merrit Lee Ellet 


Robert Morrison 




Bill Younger 



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FRESHMAN 




Standing: Forest Brown, Representative, Alice Wallace, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Judson Ruth, President: seated: Wayne Shelton, Vice-President 



No longer are WE, THE FRESHMEN, on the outside looking in. 
We now understand the kind of life one has at our school; and we 
are proud that we can be a part of that life. Ours is the future at 
High Point College. 



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kj -LiiYoij 



Richard C. Adams 
William H. Albright 
Mara Sue Allied 
Alvin Gray Amick 
Sarah Jeanette Amick 

Latha Carlotta Autrey 
Betsy Marie Baker 
Joanne Hart Baker 
Claude T. Barrett 
Janie L. Bartlette 

Kathryn Lydia Black 
Patsy Anne Blanton 
Lonnie W. Bledsoe 
Loyd Cooper Booth 
Robert Strickland Boyles 

Lemuel Lee Bridgers, Jr. 
Phyllis Winifred Britton 
Forrest Eugene Brown 
Jo Anne Brown 
Virginia Joyce Brown 

India Frances Burge 
Marvin S. Calloway, Jr. 
Pauline Frances Calloway 
Jerry Campbell 
Earle Norman Caroon 



Ruby Jean Cashion 
Herbert Allen Chilton 
Edna Lucille Clark 
George Clark 
Mary Ella Coffey 

Richard Gerald Coghill 
William Santlbrd Collette 
Myrtle Jean Colson 
Richard Dale Conrad 
Edna Lucille Graver 



Fred Randolph Darkis 
Barbara Davis 
La Yonne Davis 
Martha Francis Dearman 
Laura Mae DeHaven 




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FRESHMAN 




Ruth Estellc Driver 
Watson Gene Dull 
Willie Dean Dull 
Jacqueline East 
Betty Lyon Edwards 

John R. Eller 
Michael Reid Ellerbe 
Ogburii William Ferrer 
Ronald Fields 
David Adams Flippin 

Betty Carol Floyd 
Charles Albert Foster 
Rex Holt Freeman 
David Carl Gadd 
Charles Russell Gardner 



Sara Victoria Gaylor 
Robert Glaesner 
Leonard Lee Greene 
John Elbert Hall 
Robert L. Heath 



Dixie Dean Henderson 
Herbert Ferrell Herring 
Jimmie Herring 
Ruth Highfill 
Dorothy Lee Hill 



Nancy Rebecca Hinkle 
Billy Gene Honbarrier 
James Milburn Hoots 
Donald Cabin Heritage 
lames Richard Hoover 



James Franklin Hunsueker 
Mary Frances Hunter 
William Harris Hunter 
Charles Hughes 
Lee Davis I lutchins 



Charles Kenneth Ingram 
Dorothy Jackson 
J. Frank Johnson 
Taron S. Jones 
Robert Moir Kapp 



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CLASS 



Hilda Lee Kearns 
Jack V. Kearns 
Joyce S. Kearns 
Ovid Anna Kearns 
Rosalie Kellis 



Richard Lee Kiclwell 
Lucy Faydine King 
William Carson King 
Albert Joseph Kozischek 
Nancy LaValle Lawson 

William Hunter Leazer 
Virgil L. Leonard 
Imogene Lewis 
Thomas Phillip Lucas 
Charles Leon McConkey 

Patricia McCullock 
Milton McGowan 
Alice Monday Martin 
Dell Martin 
Clarence Samuel Maxvvel 



Jesse Bland Mercer 
Dorothy Lucille Montgovery 
Bonnie Jean Moore 
Clifton Amega Moran 
Ralph V. Moran 

Paul Reuben Morrison 
Carlyle Ashbury Nance 
Barbara Ann Neely 
Kenneth R. Owen 
Henry Overcash 

Aleck Victor Pappas 
Charles William Payne 
Luther Wade Pegg 
Paul Thomas Richardson 
Jack Raper Ridge 

Bob Lee Robertson 
John H. Rush 
Judson Hall Ruth 
Daniel Dennis Sain 
Kathryn Ann Schweiger 




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FRESHMAN 




Jean E. Sherlock 
Wayne Gowan Shelton 
Martha E. Smith 
Robert Lee Smith 
Margaret Southerland 

Rebecca Southerland 
Burce H. Spainhour 
George Steffan 
James Jarvis Stephens 
Malcolm C. Stephens 

LoElla G. Stroud 
Lloyd Surratt 
Gorrt'U L. Tate 
John G. Thompson 
Helen Doris Threatt 



James F. Tice 
Ann N. Trogdon 
William Lee Turner 
Nancy Sarah Tuttle 
John VanVleck 

Hampton G. Vestal 
Robert Earl Walker 
Alice Ghristian Wallace 
Garland E. Wampler 
Thomas Alton Weaver 

Leo "Buddy" Welch 
Thomas L. Wells 
Edith Ellen Wheatley 
Lilla Wheeler 
William Louis White 



Paul Paris Wilkinson 
Dixie Gray Wilson 



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Lj-Lii\oo 



FRESHMEN NOT 


PICTURED 


James Adams 


John Goodwin 


Baldwin Rentier 


Louise Allen 


William Gray 


Robert Rice 


Robert Allen 


Harry Halker 


James Robbins 


Zack Anderson 


Stewart Hartley 


John Robertson 


Philip Armfield 


Billy Heath 


William Scheffel 


Edward Bender 


John Hedrick 


Elaine Schrader 


Audray Bengel 


Reginald Heiser 


Thomas Scott 


Cloy Bovender 


Houston Hod gin 


Lenora Smith 


Ernest Burleson 


Leonard Hunt 


Lloyd Stewart 


Elmo Cassell 


Joseph Inman 


William Stuart 


Fred Conally 


Bobby Jones 


Joseph Stmts 


Glen Caswell 


Jesse Joyce 


Edward Sueta 


Beverly Caudle 


Earl Kearns 


John Surrett 


Charles Childs 


James Ketchie 


James Swiggett 


Clarence Clapp, Jr. 


Lynn Kirk, Jr. 


Richard Tatum 


Clarence Comisky 


Jack Klein 


Walter Taylor 


Dayton Crews 


Raymond Markk 


:y George Talbert 


Addison Culler 


Keith Martin 


William Waiz 


Mary Dix 


Thomas Morris 


James Wall 


Robert Draper 


Walter Muriek 


Charles Ward 


John Albert Evans 


Theodore Orr 


Earl Watts 


Joseph Flyth 


Allen Penny 


William White 


Howard Gailey 


Teddy Phillips 


Minter Wilson 


Ollie Gondoli 


Paul Pryor 


Charles Windham 



UNINTENTIONALLY MISPLACED STUDENTS 





Calvin 


Edna 


Jack B. 


Betty 


Javan 


Melville 


Corbett 


Easter 


Pierce 


Rader 


Rike 


Sechrest 



6<> 



%Ve praUe thy name and honor true, 
uhey £tand for loyalty, and love; 
May your£ be fame that to you U due . . . 



HHHMMH^^HH 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



To our Student Government Association, which 
was first organized in 1933, we owe and express our 
appreciation for the many successful parties and dances 
that have made our sometimes monotonous lives richer 
in fun, in excitement, and in fellowship with each 
other. 

With J. C. McAllister's capable leadership as presi- 
dent and the other officers — the vice-president, the 
secretary-treasurer, one representative from each class, 
the presidents of the dormitory and clay student coun- 
cils — the Student Government has experienced another 
notable year as the promoter of the political and social 
welfare of the students at High Point College. 

Among the outstanding events sponsored by this 
organization this year were the Homecoming parade 
and dance, the Annual Christmas dance, the Spring 
Formal, the practical parking regulations, and the 
new bulletin boards located at either end of the hall 
in the Administration Building. 

Members of the Student Government are J. C. 
McAllister, president; Boh Marley, vice-president; Bill 
Gabriel, secretary-treasurer; John Blaylock, senior repre- 
sentative; Joe Warner, junior representative; Neil Maddux, 
sophomore representative; Forest Brown, freshman repre- 
sentative; Mary Elizabeth Vaughan, president of Day Students; Patricia Isenhour, president of Woman s 
Hall; Joanne Baker, representative from Penny Hall; John Kupice, president of McCulloch Hall; Bob Rich- 
ardson, president of Millikan Hall; and Henry Maddux. 




J. C. McAllister 
President 




H. Maddux, Black, Warner, N. Maddux, Isenhour, Marley, McAllister, Gabriel, Blaylock, Vaughan, Kupice, Richardson. 



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STUDENT COUNCILORS 




WOMAN'S HALL: Moore, Rose, Nunn, Marion, Jordan, Isenhour 




McCULLOCH HALL: Debeny, Cooper, Kupice, H. Maddux. 



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STUDENT COUNCILORS 



PENNY HALL 

Fay Wilkins 
Kathryn Black 
Joanne Baker 
Ann Troedon 



DAY STUDENTS 

Belty Zane Collins 
Mary E. Vaughan 
Mary Faye Alexander 




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Reading clockwise Barker, De Haven, M. Fleming, R. Fleming, Gadd, Hylton, Isenhour, Kale, Love, Mason, McCul- 
ley, Minter, Rose, Slade, Spearman, Stuart, Vaughan, and Whiteley; inset, Cumby and Jordan. 



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THE ZENITH 





] ACKSIE MlI.I.ER C'.UMBV 

Editor-in-Chief 



[ane Matthews 
Associate Editor 



Thi.s, your 1949 Zenith, we happily and humbly 
give to you. We do hope that you will feel toward 
this book a similar affection to that which we have 
for it — that would perhaps justify in our hearts and 
minds the sleep lost, classes missed, tests flunked, parties 
and Christmas vacation forfeited, and the like, which 
we endured in order to brim; you this Twenty-Fifth 
Anniversary copy of The Zenith. 

Being the twenty-third edition this year, the Zenith, 



as High Point College is today, will be celebrating its 
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary two years hence. The 
first edition of (he Zenith was published in 1927. The 
very first assistant editor of that book was our good 
friend and professor, H. E. Coble, or "HEC", as he 
was called in those days. Prof. Coble also gave the 
annual its name, as has been mentioned on page 4. 

['he Zenith has grown 11 1 compai ison w ith the col- 
lege. Quite often, editions have stood out as exception- 
ally fine books for example, the 1940 Zenith. Regi- 
nald Hinshaw, Jr, edited this edition, which was done 
up in a lush green color both exterior and interior — 
with good photographs and accurate, as well as easily 
comprehensible, copy. 

In 1945, even with the war and its subsequent 
troubles — lack of paper, supplies, photographers, money 
— plus a fire at the printer's and the burning of most 
of Zenith photographs, copy, and the like, the class 
put out an excellent annual. Mig Koontz and Dee Taus- 
sig were the co-editors. Today, Dee Taussig is the 
editor of a national college magazine — her own business 
venture. She is another Zenith editor who has proved 
her talents and abilities further. 

The Zenith staff, besides the two top editors and 
business managers for this year included Addison Bar- 




EDITORIAL STAFF 
Jones, Osborne, Cumby, Shatterly, Matthews, Maddux, Ha 



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THE ZENITH 



kcr, Copy Editor; Carolyn Jones and Marietta Harrison, 
Photography Editors: Gary Osborne, Printing Editor; 
Henry Maddux, Sports Editor; Glenn Bates, Feature 
Editor; Luther Shatterly, Staff Photographer; and Mike and 
Bob Fleming, Typists. Miss E. Vera Idol, Faculty 
Adviser, must be remembered, since without her patient 
understanding and kind advice, this book would never 
have become a reality. 

To those innumerable persons who have aided in 
any possible degree the publishing of this annual, 
we do thank you from the bottom of our hearts: to 
our instructors for not questioning us when we were 
absent from classes for days or even weeks at a time- - 
we are deeply pleased that you have trusted us in this 
way ... to the faculty and staff for not objecting when 
you were asked to have new photographs taken and 
when we had to beg of you personal favors to which 
you readily complied ... to the many students who 
have either intentionally or unintentionally helped 
us ... to the night watchman . . . to the maids ... to 
Mr. Oliver Smith of Edwards and Broughton ... to 
Mr. Harry Porreca and Mr. Lane Atkinson of Zecca 
Studio — to all of you kind people, we repeat, "Thanks 
ever so much !" 

As a parting word, we remind you that our book 




Gerald Summey 
Business Manager 



Nancy Erwin 
Assistant Business Msr. 



is not perfect — we know its faults by heart — but we 
do feel that we have given you the very best book 
that can be had at this time— our pride, our joy, the la- 
bor of countless clays and nights on end — your Silver 
Anniversary Zenith. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Meeks, Pickler, Hylton, Auman, Summey, Kale, Workman, Erwin, Ridge, Blaylock. 



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THE HI-PO 



The Hi-Po was first printed in [926; and since thru, 
it has had a long and varying history. In the very 
capable hands of Henry Maddux, Editor, Bill Gabriel, 
Associate Editor, and Madolyn Goodwin and Bill Mar- 
ley, Business Managers, The Hi-Po this year has conveyed 
to the letter its twenty-lour year old two-fold aim: 



to present impartially all views of student interest, 
and to drive, editorially, for a better H. P. C. 

Other Hi-Po staff members are Percy Payne and 
Bill Woodruff, Feature Editors; Joanne Brown, Circu- 
lation Manager; Luce King, Betty Rader, and Betty 
J. Gibbs, News Staff; and Dot Montgomery and Jo 
Baker, Business Staff. 



RADIO STAFF 



WHPC, the campus radio station at High Point 
College was again operated this year by campus boys. 
Located in McCulloch Hall, the station took advantage 
ol its time on the air to give out information about 
various clubs and organizations on campus as well 



as to entertain those students listening in. Members 
of the radio stall are Henry Maddux, John Kupice, 
Bill Gabriel, Bill Marley, Bob Marley, Euland McBride, 
and Glenn Kirk. 




Glenn Kirk, Henry Maddux, Bill Gabriel, Bob Marley, Euland McBride B 



ill Marley. 



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Bill Kale 



James Brewer 



Mary Whitely 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 



Future Teachers of America is a superior name, com- 
posed of three imposing ideas. The "Future" belongs 
to youth and is full of hope, opportunity, and promise 
for those who prepare themselves for it. "Teachers" 
are the builders of civilization ! "America" is peculiarly 
the home of the Future and of the Teacher; it gives a 
higher place to the teacher than any other country 
in the world. 

The F.T.A. movement is the outgrowth of years 
of effort on the part of the National Education Associ- 
ation and of various state education associations to 
quicken the interest of young people in the professional 
side of their education careers. The F.T.A. is the only 
organization for active participation in both state and 
national associations with which they will be associ- 
ated during their professional careers. 

Flic unique importance of being a member ol a col- 
lege chapter of Future Teachers of America is in the 
fact that it is not a blind-alley organization, having 
little or no significance after the student finishes college, 
but is an important part of the great state and national 
education associations, which for nearly a century 



have been the prime moving forces in the development 
ol American education. 

The Calvin H. Wiley Chapter of the F.T.A. was 
organized in 1942. Because the late Calvin II. Wiley 
was the first Superintendent of Public Schools in North 
Carolina, the High Point College chapter adopted 
his name. Prof. H. F. Coble was. and still is, faculty 
adviser of the organization. Present officers are Bill 
Kale, president; James F. Brewer, vice-president; and 
Mary Whitely, secretary-treasurer . 

Members of the F.T.A. are Louise Allen, Polly 
Amick, Addison Barker, Margaret Blanton, Roscce 
Billings, James Brewer, Jack Charles, James Cresimore, 
Jacksie Cumby, Mike Fleming, Robert Fleming, Patsy 
Gadd, Carl Garrett, Bill Garrison, Bob Garrison, 
Madolyn Goodwin, Kathleen Hines, Dick Hix, Lois 
Hoover, Bill Hylton, Betty A. Johnson, Carolyn Jones, 
F. B. Jones, Bill Kale, Betty P. Keiger, Don Lakin, 
Carter Lassiter, John Lowdermilk, Orren Mason, 
John McCormick, Bill Needham, Bill Peeler, Ralph 
Pegram, Doris Pickler, Nelda Pope, Dedrick Samuels, 
Bob Sappenfield, Jean Sexton, Luther Shatterly, 
Betty Spearman, Eutha Spencer, Betty Trollinger, 
Mary E. Yaughan, Martin Wall, and Mary Whitely. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



Not Pictured: John Czarnecki, President; Vernon Dull, 
Vice-President; Dot Love, Secretary-Treasurer; Janie Bart- 
lett, Floyd Evans, Joe Flythe, Morris Gunn, Edward 
Jones, Bob Kirby, Don Lakin, Barbara Lawrence, 



Bill Peeler, Bob Robertson, S. Sain, Henry Sink, Betty 
Spearman, Helen Threat, Nancy Lawson, Imogene 
Lewis, Malcolm Stevens. 



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TOWER PLAYERS 



Miss Elizabeth LaRoche Taylor, an ardent devotee of drama, 
took over this particular department upon her arrival at High Point 
College in the fall of 1946. With extremely capable hands, she 
transformed and molded this long-inactive division into a thriving 
and hard-working unit of college life— the Tower Players. 

This dramatic organization derived its name from the workshop 
— the tower in Roberts Hall. There, at any time of the clay, especially 
when play-night draws near, and until twelve or later into the morn- 
ing, Tower Players may be heard hammering, hacking, sawing, and 
rehearsing simultaneously. 

Among the several plays given by the Tower Players, "Claudia," 
featuring Carolyn Hinson as Claudia, "The Drunkard," with Otis 
Chapman, and "Alice in Wonderland," starring Frances Cameron 
as Alice, are the most outstanding. Miss Taylor herself designs the 
scenery and costumes for these performances, except when it is 
necessary to order them from Philadelphia and other places. The 
Tower Players do the constructional work. 

Tower Players are Glenn Bates, Bill Bobbin, Annette Broome, 
Bob Brown, Frances Cameron, Louise Carter, Otis Chapman, Her- 
man Coble, Jr., Cora Conner, Joe Ervin, Ed Fitzgerald, Bob Garrison, 
Sloan Gibson, James Hamilton, Marietta Harrison, Carolyn Hinson, 
Rosalie Hinshaw, Frances Jackson, Carolyn Jones, Dot Jones, Carter 
Lassiter, Barbara Lawrence, Dot Love, Charles Mann, Jane Mat- 
thews, Arnold Medlin, Max Meeks, Bob Mercer, Ellen Murray, 
Connie Nunn, C'ary Osborne, Gharmione Rose, Gene Sedberry, 
Becky Seward, Wade Sexton, Betty Sinclair, Betty Spearman, Doris 
Tant, Joe Warner, and John Wells. 




Miss Elizabeth LaRoche Taylor 
Director 




TOWER PLAYERS STAFF: Charmione Rose, H. E. Coble, Jr., Carolyn Hinson, Joe Ervin, Miss Taylor. 



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CHRISTIAN STUDENT COUNCIL 

Lakin, Ennis, Lane, Mashburn, Matthews, Shelton, Jordan. 




MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



Amick, Bobbitt, Barrett, C. Brown. F. Brown, R. Brown, Booth, Bruton, Byrd Cassell Cousin^ 
Ervin, Evans, Fitzgerald, Flythe, Gray, Hamilton, Jordan, Lakin, Mashburn, McKenzie McCullev' 
Parlier, Putnam, R lc hardson, Sain, Shelton, Shoaf, Stevenson, Thompson, Talbert Waldroo' 
Warner, Whitt. ' p ' 



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HOME MANAGEMENT CLUB 






Jeanne Coomes 



Lois Hoover 



Eutha Spencer 



Jean Wall 



MODERN PRISCILLA CLUB 



The Modern Priscilla Club is the social organization 
of the Home Economics majors. The members are 
as follows: Sue Allred, Pauline Calloway, Jeanne 
Coomes, president; Kathryn Dern, Sue Eason, Dixie 



Henderson, Lois Hoover, vice-president; Ovid Kearns, 
Ruth Lain, Bertha Lowe, Margaret Payne, Stella 
Redding, Eutha Spencer, secretary; and Jean Wall, 
treasurer. 



RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLUB 




Vutrv Baker Bartlett, Blanton, Broome, Brown, Conner, Davis, Erwin, Gerringer, Gibbs, Harrison, Hinshaw, Hin- 
lackson Jordan Kreienbaum, Jones, Klein, Lewis, Love, Matthews, Mills, Moore, Parrish, Pickler, Pope, Rose, 
rard Sinclair, Smith, Spearman, Tant, G. Tyson, J. Tyson, Whitely, Williams. 



son 
Sewar 



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AMERICAN RED CROSS 

Cooper, Jordan, Warner, Fitzgerald, Richardson, Hinshaw, Sinclair, Love, Jackson, Bartlett, 
Spearman. 




LA TERTULIA 



Prof J. H. Allred Adviser; M. Amos, R. Amos, G. Burleson, A. Barker, C Bovender ] Crowell 
Dr D. Dover, Adviser; M Fleming, R Fleming, E. Freeman, P. Gadd Dr. B SV "isenhour 
S:l YaVborS e>% °- MaS ° n ' G - M ° rt0n - B - Qu - n ' C - Rose . H - V-gas, M. Whitdy? Prof! 



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ETA MU ETA 




Edwin Auman, Lemuel Bridgers, Fletcher Causey, George Clark, Gene Greene, Morris Gunn. 

Joe Hendrix, John Hinton, Harold Hutchinson, Taron Jones, Dean Lee, Jack McGowan. 

Bill Needham, Paul Proctor, Harvey Pearman, Bill Queen, Luther Shatterly, Edwin Sink. 

J. C. Thompson, Fred Walker, Leamon Ward, Garland Wampler. 

Not pictured: W. W. Huffman, Edward Jones, James Kirkman, Neil McDaniel, Thomas Rowlett. 

Faculty Advisers: Dr. Ben H. Hill, Prof. J. Harley Mourane. 



The Eta Mu Eta Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental 
organization, formed in September of 1948 for the 
purpose of aiding the pre-mcdical and pre-dental 
students of High Point College, denotes Humanity, 
Medicine, and Healing. These approximately thirty 
members are the men who dwell in a world of test 



tubes, Bunsen Burners, Formaldehyde, dissected 
fish, and the ever-present Hydrogen Sulfide. They 
are the doctors of tomorrow. 

Officers of this fraternity are Paul Proctor, presi- 
dent; Bill Queen, vice-president; J. E. Sink, secretary; 
and Tom Rowlett, treasurer. 



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CHOIR 



Soprano Section 

Jane Blair 
Patsy Blanton 
India Burge 
Mary E. Coffey 
Frances Dearman 
Rosalie Hinshaw 
Bonnie J. Moore 
Youthalene Nifong 
Shirley Plyler 
Ramona Rhodes 
Charmione Rose 
Michaux Seward 
Betty Sinclair 
Lovella Stroud 
Dixie Wilson 



Alto Section 

Louise Carter 
Frankie Cecil 
Laurie Gibbs 
Juanita Ingram 
Frances Jackson 
Dorothy Jones 

Tenor Section 
Bob Allred 
Chester Brown 
Harry Cardwell 
Tommy Dodamead 
Sloan Gibson 
James Hoots 
Robert Mckenzie 



Base Section 

Milton Crocker 
Owen Fitzgerald 
Thomas Hendrick 
Robert Ingram 
Lawrence Langley 
Felix Long 
Clarence Maxwell 
Glenn McC.'ulley 
Ted Orr 
Clifford Shoal" 
Herb Waldrop 




Mr. Albert J. Wood 
Director 




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CLASSMATES OF H. P. C. TOMORROW 




i. "Mike" Callahan. 2. Richard Ellis Giles. 3. Steven Fredric Hillman. 4. Donna Faye Hilton. 
5. Bonnie Kirkman Ingram. 6. Sheron Elizabeth Lawson. 7. Barry Hoyt Sink. 8. Virginia 
Winston and Lum Painter. 9. Bill Williams. 10. Glenn Troy Williamson. 11. Sandra William; on. 



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3or you we 11 alwau* light, 
ll)e want the right 
Uo uphold thy standard £ high . . . 






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FOOTBALL 



A SEASONAI 

The North Carolina intercollegiate football season 
was initiated in September of 1948 by High Point 
College and the Jayvees of the University of North 
Carolina. These Tar Heels bucked mightily against 
a solid parade of purple power as the pugnacious 
Panthers of H. P. pulled a 7-7 tie from the game. Bill 
Lloyd, unanimous choice as all-conference fullback, 
plowed eight yards through the middle of the North 
Carolina line in the fourth quarter to score the only 
Panther touchdown. 

On September 19, the Catamounts from W.C.T.C. 
turned back three futile Panther touchdown threats 
to eke out a 7-6 win. Albert "Face" Evans, Panther 
tailback, scored on the last play of the game. His try 
for the extra point was blocked. 

High Point College came back from its fust loss to 
triumph over the Norfolk Navy team on September 
25- 41-0 with Hugh Gordon running from every 
position in the backfield, scoring two touchdowns and 
picking up 140 yards. 



, SKETCH 

The night of October 2, High Point lost to the power- 
lull Indians of Catawba, who, taking advantage of 
the Panthers' weak spots, finaled with a win of 28-7. 

Returning to (heir home lair, the Purple Panthers 
made up lot the loss of the previous game by walloping 
over the Atlantic Christians 47-7. It was in this 

g; • that the able little Curt McDonald broke his 

ankle. 

On the ninth of October, Hugh Gordon raced thirty- 
three yards to score the only touchdown of the night 
and give the Panthers a hard earned 6-0 victory over 
the Bears of Lenoir Rhyne. 

The Panthers received their worst defeat of the 
season from Appalachian — a 41-14 deleat. Norman 
Harris, leading blocking-back, made his one seasonal 
touchdown by intercepting a pass and sprinting 25 
yards to score in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. 

Bill Lloyd led the Panthers to an exciting 35-27 
victory over Guilford College in the annual Home- 
coming game on October 30. Lloyd contributed half 



THE PANTHER SQUAD 




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of the Panther scoring efforts with three touchdown 
jaunts. 

On November 13, the gridmen from E.C.T.C. went 
down in defeat as the Panthers piled up a 30-7 victory 
in Wilmington, N. C. 

In spite of the efforts of H.P.C.'s big Glenn Painter, 



senior end, the Panthers were only able to wring a 
12-1*2 tie from their nearby rival, the Elon Christians. 
When the season ended for 1948, the Panthers to- 
taled 5 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties -not the best season 
in their many years of football history but an exciting 
one ... a memorable one for the students who watched 
from the side lines. 



THE SEASON'S RECORD 

High Point 7 Carolina "B" 7 

W.C.T.C, 7 High Point 6 

High Point 41 Norfolk Navy o 

Catawba 28 High Point 7 

High Point 47 Atlantic Christians 7 

High Point 6 Lenoir Rhyne o 

Appalachain4i High Point 14 

High Point 35 Guilford 27 

High Point 30 E.C.T.C. 7 

High Point 12..: Elon 1 2 




Ralph James, Head Coach 
Bill Faircluth, Line Coach 



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BASKETBALL 




Squad: Front Row, Crews, Iscovitz, Sullivan, Cartwright, Embler. Second Row, Coble, Kozischeck, Sueta, Pr 
Waiz. Back Row, Coach James, Martin, Sheets, Hunt, Moran. 



A SEASONAL REVIEW 



Following the trend in the weather, the red hot 
Panther basketball team of December and January 
became cold with the windy days of February. At 
the beginning of the season, the Panthers promised to 
be one of the best teams ever to grace the floors of 
Harrison gymnasium. Featuring the exciting two- 
platoon system set up by Coach Ralph James, the 
squad won ten out of its first thirteen games, the last 
seven being consecutive. This winning streak stopped 
soon, though, when the Panthers lost by the scholastic 
route three excellent performers, Leonard Hunt, Dave 
Martin, and Bob Draper. 

It was then that the Panther fortunes began to drop. 
They lost to Catawba, a team they had previously 
beaten easily, by a margin of thirty points. From that 
night on, the Panthers were always contenders on the 
hardwood, but never regained the spark that marked 
them as the champs they were in early season play. 

Four seniors donned the Purple and White lor the 
last time against Lenoir Rhyne here on February 19, 
and added to their glory of past days by whipping 



the Bears, 59-55. They were "Mike" Moran, Hebron 
Coble, Bill Sheets, and Malcolm Sullivan, 

Moran will long be remembered as one of the all- 
time stars in the history of basketball at High Point 
College. During his three years with the Panthers, 
he gained all-conference recognition three times and 
was always regarded as the man to stop in the Purple 
and White attack. Not only did he prove sensational 
in the offensive field but also he was regarded by oppo- 
nents as the best rebound man in the conference. 

Bill Sheets, the slim speedster from Winston-Salem, 
was feared for his deadly accuracy in hitting the basket. 
This year, he was used in both the forward and the 
guard slots and filled these positions well. 

In Hebron Coble and Malcolm Sullivan, the Pan- 
thers boasted consistency and good ball handling. 
These two players seldom scored many points, but 
their excellent pass work set up many scores for their 
teammates. 

The Panthers met difficulty in the annual North 
State Conference Tournament, held in Elkin, N. C, 



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February 24, losing to Lenoir Rhyne in a close game 
55-49. Lenoir Rhyne gained in the first half a 15 point 
lead which the Jamesmen failed to overcome in the 
hectic second half Alter defeating the Panthers, the 
Bears succeeded in winning the tournament champion- 
ship. 

II his ineligible players regain their scholastic stand- 
ing, Coach James should find an excellent squad to 
work with next year. Qualified guards will be Gray 
Gartwright, Leonard Hunt, Dave Martin, Dayton 



Crews, and Paid Pryor. Bill Waiz and Don Embler 
will return to man the forward spots along with Jerry 
Iscovitz and Albert Kozischeck. Bob Draper and Eddie 
Sueta, who showed excellent form in late season play, 
should vie for the position left open by Moran. 

A transfer student, Jesse Joyce, will become eligible 
for play also next year and will aid the Panthers in 
any spot where Coach James chooses to place him. 
Joyce gained valuable experience in performing for 
Coach Bill Faircloth's Junior Varsity this season. 




FORWARDS: Embler, Coble, Iscovitz, Waiz. 





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SEASONAL RESULTS 

High Point 56 Erlanger 

High Point 43 McCrary 

High Point 47 Chatham 

High Point 58 Chatham 

High Point 51 E.C.T.C. 

High Point 56 Hancs 

High Point 78 Eatmans 

High Point 54 Catawba 

High Point 58 Guilford 

High Point 53 Hancs 

High Point 58 McCrary 

High Point 60 Appalachian 

High Point 66 Lenoir Rhyne 

High Point 63 W.C.T.C, 

High Point 56 W.C.T.C. 

High Point 61 A.C.C. 

High Point 77 Elon 

High Point 48 Catawba 

High Point 59 Guilford 

High Point 48 E.C.T.C. 

High Point 50 A.C.C. 

High Point 69 Appalachian 

High Point 51 Elon 

High Point 59 Lenoir Rhyne 



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Trainer 



VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 



Billie Stroud 
Bob Marley 
Betty Collins 
Hector Venegas 
Phyllis Britton 
Kathryn Hunter 
Bill Marley, Chief 




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SOCCER 




High Point College scored 25 goals while holding opponents to 12 



With seven wins, three losses, and one tie, the 1948 
soccer team completed an excellent year against some 
of the best teams in the South. The squad was led by 
All-American Hebron Coble, who served the double 
role of captain and coach. 

Cray Cartwright, a second-year man, was one of the 
most valuable men on the team. His defensive play 
brought words of praise from all who saw him perform. 
The greatness of the squad, though, lay in its teamwork. 
Under the excellent guidance of Coble, the team tri- 
umphed over such huge schools as Washington and 
Lee, Virginia, and Richmond Polytechnical Institute. 

An outstanding achievement was the tying of the 
University of North Carolina. North Carolina was 
rated as one of the strongest teams in the East. 



SEASONAL RESULTS 

HPC: 1 High Point YMCA o 

HPC 4 High Point YMCA o 

HPC 3 Richmond Polytechnical Institute o 

HPC 2 Washington and Lee o 

HPC 3 UNC 3 

HPC 1 Duke 3 

HPC 2 Roanoke 

HPC: 2 University of Virginia o 

HPC 3 Roanoke o 

HPC: 1 UNC 2 

HPC 3 Duke 4 




THE SQUAD 



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GOLF AND TENNIS 

The golf and tennis teams began their schedules 
this year as favorites in the North State Conference. 
Both teams have held the championship of the con- 
ference for the past two years. 



Golf 

The golf team commenced the season with six letter, 
men: Erdman Auman, John Kupice, John Lowder- 
milk, Aaron Rice, "Rook" Sappenfield, and Malcolm 
Sullivan. The team was coached by Bill Faircloth 




GOLF TEAM 

Bill Faircloth, Coach; John Kupice, Malcolm Sullivan, Bob 
Sappenfield, Aaron Rice. 



Te 

Under the direction of its new coach, A. G. Paschall, 
the tennis team started its season, boasting twenty- 
eight wins in twenty-nine engagements in the past. 
The squad had three lettermen: Regis Glaesner, 



nnis 



Henry Maddux, and Neil Maddux. The three re- 
maining positions were expected to be filled by men 
graduating from the junior varsity, Fay Gilbert, Joe 
Melvin, and Bill Shatterly. 




TENNIS TEAM 
Regis Glaesner, Henry Maddux, Joe Melvin, Marvin Cooper, Neil Maddux, Fay Gilbert, Luther Shatterly. 



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BASEBALL 



As the Zenith goes to press, the baseball prospects 
for 1949 look bright for Coach Ralph James. This 
year marks his fourth season at the helm of the Purple 
Panthers. 

James will welcome back an experienced infield in 
the persons of Gray Cartwright, ist base; Curt Boven- 
der, 2nd base; Wayne Hoover, 3rd base; and Curt 
McDonald, short stop. The keystone combination ol 
Bovender and McDonald provided many double plays 
for the Panthers last year and should be in the running 
for the most "twin-killings" in the North Slate Con- 
ference this spring. 

The Panthers will miss the services of Jimmy Fox- 
worth, leading moundsman of 1948, who turned pro- 



fessional last summer. The former Panther promises 
to develop into a top-flight professional ballplayer 
this season. 

Coach James has two excellent prospects for develop- 
ing his pitching staff around this spring in the persons 
of Bob Draper and Jimmy Swiggett. Both boys made 
outstanding records in high school, and James hopes to 
turn one or both into starters early in the season. 

Last year the Jamesmen won half of their games, 
but they should do better this spring if the young pitch- 
ers come through as expected. The 1949 schedule 
shows 1 1 home games with 9 on the road, including 
16 conference games, two matches with the potent 
McCrary Eagles, and one with Norfolk Navy. 








April 


1 


April 


6 


April 


8 


April 


9 


April 


12 


April 


20 


April 


21 


April 


2 3 


April 


26 


April 


27 


April 


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May 


3 


May 


5 


May 


7 


May 


9 


May 


1 1 


May 


13 



May 14 
May 1 7 



SCHEDULE 

McCrary there 

McCrary here 

Norfolk Navy here 

Lenoir Rhyne there 

Catawba here 

W.C.T.C here 

W.C.T.C here 

Guilford there 

Appalachian here 

Elon there 

E.C.T.C here 

Lenior Rhyne here 

A.C.C here 

Catawba there 

Guilford here 

Elon here 

E.C.T.C there 

A.C.C there 

Appalachian there 



Curt McDonald, second base; Truman Ferrell, manager. 



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THE BAND 




Mary Faye Alexander, Fred Conally, Donree Garner. 



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INTRAMURALS FOR WOMEN 




Frances Jackson, Reporter; Ovida Lineberger, President; Billic Woodruff, Secretary: and Ianthia Gerringer, 

Treasurer. Mot Pictured: Anita Gorneilison, Vice-President. 



WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Under the leadership of Miss Dorothy Arnette, 
physical education director for women, and Miss 
Ovida Lineberger, president, the Woman's Athletic 
Association has passed through another successful year. 

To be eligible for membership in this organization, 
a girl must obtain one hundred points by participating 
in the required number of practices in one sport. 
Awards are given according to the number of points 
earned: 500 points, a numeral; 1000 points, a letter; 
2000 points, a sweater. Since the founding of the 
Association, only a few girls have won a sweater; hence, 



this is a coveted award for all athletic-minded women. 
Several girls were eligible this year. 

A girl is named each year to head one particular 
sport. She is chosen on the basis of ability and interest. 
It is her duty to see that equipment is available and 
that all interested girls get a chance to participate. 
The girls heading the various sports this year were 
as follows: "Inky" Gerringer, soccer; Marty Waesche, 
hockey; Clairene Gunn, volleyball; Betty Sinclair, 
basketball; Doris Pickler, softball; Margie Ingram, 
ping-pong; Fran Jackson, badminton; and "Inky" 
Gerringer, tennis. 




Soccer Team 



Tennis Team 



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DAINTY 

SENIOR 

Betty Trollinger 
Ashcboro, N. C. 



LOVELY 
JUNIOR 

Cora Lee Conner 

Ashevillc, N. C. 



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EXQUISITE 
SOPHOMORE 

Betty Rauer 
Cranford, New Jersey 



Miss High Point College as selected by 
Sherman Billingsley 



CHARMING 
FRESHMAN 

Hilda Kern 
Star, N. C. 




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HOMECOMING 



THE OUEEN 




i. PARADE clown Main Street 

2. REBECCA GARRISON, QUEEN of HOME- 
COMING, receiving flowers from the President, 
J. C. McAllister. 



3. QUEEN and attendants driving down the football 

field at the half. 

4. PEP RALLY. 

5. MOCK CEMETERY on front campus for Guil- 

ford team. 



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MISS BETTY TROLLINGER 
Queen of the olMay 



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MAIDS OF HONOR 




Doris Pickler 



Jean Sexton 







ATTENDANTS 

Seated in Center: Cora Lee Conner and Bertha Lowe, Juniors. 
Sealed Outside: Ruby Workman and Ruth Highfill, Sophomores. 
Standing: Ruby Cashion and Mary Frances Hunter, Freshmen. 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 




Seated: Thomas Cooke, Dr. Bartlett, Prof. Allred, Miss Adams, Mary Elizabeth Vaughan. 
Standing: Betty Trollincrer, Tom Rowlett, Ovida Lineberger. 



ALPHA THETA PSI 

Mary E. Vaughan 
Mrs. Alice Paige White 



Chairman . . . C. R. Hinshaw, Jr. 
SIGMA ALPHA PHI THETA PHI 



Betty Trollinger 
Dr. Helen Bartlett 



Ovida Lineberger 
Miss Louise Adams 



DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 

Tom Rowlett 

Prof. J. Hobart Allred 



IOTA TAU KAPPA 

Joe Gurganus 

Prof. C. R. Hinshaw, Jr. 



EPSILON ETA PHI 

Rudy Amos 
Prof. H. E. Coble 



The Pan-Hellenic Council was organized in 1932. 
Its purpose is to supervise all the activities of the six 
Greek letter societies on the campus. The Council is 



composed of one student representative and one faculty 
honorary member from each of the three sororities and 
three fraternities and the chairman, C. R. Hinshaw, Jr. 



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DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 

Organized 1929 





Fratres in collegia: Robert Allred, Erdman Auman, Harry Cardwell, 
Charles Casey, Vernon Dull. Frank Early. 

Owen Fitzgerald, Mike Fleming, Robert Fleming, Richard Fowler, 
Ted Hodge, W. W. Huffman. 

Don Jones, Harry Jordan, Lyles Kearns, William D. Lee, Lawrence 
Leonard, Felix Long. 

Jimmy Malenkos, Orrcn Mason, Cary Osborne, Ralph Rains, Robert 
Rogers, Tom Rowlette. 

Ray Shore, Harold Simms, Guy T. Swain, Jimmy Teachey, Bob Thorn- 
ton, Billy Yendrick. 

Not Pictured: Ralph Chilton. 

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



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ALPHA THETA PSI 



Organized 1928 



Sorores in collegia: Betty Auman, Jane Blair, Lois Hoover, Frances 
Jackson, Bertha Lowe. 

Betty Ann Potts, Ramona Rhodes, Jane Slade, Eutha Spencer, Anne 
Stuart. 

Gwendolyn Tyson, Jacquelyn Tyson, Mary Elizabeth Vaughan, Caro- 
lyn Yon Cannon. 

Not Pictured: Frances Weaver Jordan. 

Honorari Sorores: Miss Ernestine Fields, Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw, Mrs. 
Alice Paige White, Mrs. Mary O. Gerringer. 





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EPSILON ETA PHI 

Organized 1927 





Fratres in collegia: Rudy Amos, Joe Anderson, Howard Bishop, Gilbert 
Callahan, Gray Cartwright, Bill Cheves, Thomas Cooke. 

Bill Craven, George Davis, W. G. Denkins, Don Embler, Jack Eskridge, 
Joe Fowler, Sam Fowler. 

Bob Garrison, Gene Greene, Larry Hodgin, Wendell Jones, Carter 
Lassiter, Charles Mann, Percy Payne. 

Myron Sexton, Bill Sheets, Stewart Stone, Dick Stout, Bill Trollinger. 
Gray Williamson. 

Honorari fratres: Prof. H. E. Coble, Dr. Ben H. Hill, Prof. N. P. Yar- 
borough. 



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THETA PHI 

Organized 1927 



Sorores in collegia: Ovida Lineberger, Jane Matthews, Doris Nance, 
Doris Pickler. 

Betty Rader, Jean Sexton, Gloria Thomas, Ruby Workman. 

Not pictured: Gloria Foust. 

Honoran sorores: Miss Louise Adams, Mrs. N. M. Harrison, Mrs N P. 
Yarborough, Mrs. Vergil Vow. 





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IOTA TAU KAPPA 

Organized 1927 




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Fratres in collegia: John Blaylock, Leo Cole, Bill Elmore, Bill Gabriel, 
Joe Gursjanus, Harold Hutchinson. 

Bill Hylton, Oliver Hauser, Lester Lane, Paul Maydian, Charles Nichols, 
Lloyd Pardue. 

George Robinson, Milton Roundtree, Arthur Sheek, Noel Surratt. 

Honor ari fratres: Prof. C. R. Hinshaw, Jr. 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 

Organized 1928 



Sorores in collegia: Mary Faye Alexander, Jacksie M. Gumby, Bennie 
Jo Davis, Donree Garner, Rebecca Garrison, Betty Jane Gibbs, Lois 
Gresham. 

Marietta Harrison, Patti Hege, Kathryn Hunter, Patricia Isenhour, 
Betty Anne Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Carolyn Lilly. 

Frances Marion, Joyce Mills, Connie Nunn, Wanda Trogdon, Betty 
Trollinger, Billie Woodruff. 

Mot pictured: Patsy Gadd. 

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





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N. D. M. CLUB 

Organized 1939 





Roger Carnie, Marvin Cooper, George Gillie, John Kupice, Tom Kellam. 

Henry Maddux, Ted Moran, Melvin Minter, J. C. McAllister, Jimmy 
Perry, 

Bernard Raphael, Malcolm Sullivan, Frank Von Drehle. 

Not pictured: Bruce Bailey, Curtis Bovender, John Debcny, Truman 
Ferrell, Ollie Gondoli, Hugh Gordon, Norman Harris, Jerry Iscovitz, 
Bill Lloyd, Don McCurry, Bill Waiz. 



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DELTA BETA ALPHA 

Organized 1947 



Bill Black, Bob Ashemore, Vernon Ennis, Gary Henry, Herbert Herring. 

Neil Maddux, Bob Marley, Bill Marley, Euland McBride, Kyle Steven- 
son. 

Not pictured: Regis Glaesner, Jimmy Herring, Bob White. 





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GREETINGS TO ALL STUDENTS 



AND ALUMNI 



THROUGH THE ZENITH 



WITH BEST WISHES 



FROM THE COLLEGE 



COME TO STAMEY'S . . . BEFORE YOU GO ANYWHERE!!! 

Distinctive Luggage • Leather Goods and Gifts 


W. A. DAVIS MILLING COMPANY 

127 South Perry Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

P. 0. Box 1552 Telephone 2370 - 2165 

MILLERS OF FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED 


THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP 

EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR 
AND MILLINERY 

Arcade Building -:- High Point, N. C. 


TEMPLE-CURRY MOTOR CO., Inc. 

AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICES 

781 North Main Street 

Phone 5979 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

BOYLES TIRE COMPANY 

711 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE COMPANY 

Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

NASH JEWELRY COMPANY 

"Nash Saves You Cash" 

127 North Main Street 

Phone 2954 


"COLLEGE GRILL" 

"Everyone There But You" 

Jimmy Bennett, Proprietor 
PHONE 61149 FIVE POINTS 


Compliments of 

REDWINE HARDWARE COMPANY 

208 North Main Street 

Phone 34444 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

ECKERD'S DRUG STORE 

140 South Main Street 
PHONE 5441 - 6903 


Compliments of 

SHACKLEFORD'S MEN'S WEAR 

124 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

GILL'S LADIES SHOP 

128 South Main Street 
Phone 3920 


Compliments of 

SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 



FOR THE ZENITH IN EDUCATION ITS HIGH POINT 

FOR THE ZENITH IN FELT NOVELTIES IT'S 
WARD SALES COMPANY 

2632 SOUTH SALINA STREET, SYRACUSE 5, N. Y. 



STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 



BOOKS -:- REFRESHMENTS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

OFFICIAL COLLEGE RINGS AND JEWELRY 



Compliments of 



PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



Compliments of 

ROSAINE SHOP 

1.39 South Main Street 
Phone 44419 



Compliments of 

INDUSTRIAL FINANCE COMPANY 

203 South Main Street 
PHONE 3464 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

WAGGER'S JEWELRY COMPANY 

101 South Main Street 
PHONE 2948 



Compliments of 

DICK CULLER'S, Inc. 

SPORTING GOODS 

238 North Wrenn Street Phone 3687 



CITY AUTO AUCTION COMPANY 

SALES TUESDAY AT 11:00 
We Convert Your Car Into Cash 



1 Mile West of High Point 



On U. S. Highway No. 29 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS 

344 South Elm Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

DUPREE TAILORING COMPANY 

112yo South Main Street 
PHONE 6717 
High Point, North Carolina 



BRENTWOOD GROCERY 

FRESH MEATS -:- PRODUCE 

Phone 5-1137 1910 East Green Street 

High Point, North Carolina 



CAROLINA ELECTRIC COMPANY 



U PHONE FOR US II 
WE'LL WIRE FORU 



MOTOR AND ARMATURE 
REWINDING 



123 South Hamilton Street 

Phone: 2065 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 



VOGUE CLEANERS, Inc. 

751 North Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

PHONE 5613 
"Call For and Deliver" 



ROSE RADIO SALES & SERVICE 

MOTOROLA RADIOS 
JOHNSON'S OUTBOARD MOTORS 

Phone 2832 438 North Wrenn Street 



Compliments oj 

KEARNS BAKERY, INC. 

GREENSBORO ROAD 



Compliments oj 

SAVOY LEATHER MFG. CORP. 

New York, New York 



Compliments of 

YOW'S FUNERAL HOME 



J. N. KIVETT GROCERY 

GROCERIES : MEATS : PRODUCE 

1304 East Green Street 

Phone 5228 High Point. N. C. 



Auman Manufacturing Company 

FURNITURE FRAMES 
WOODWORKING 

High Point, North Carolina 



PUGH-BYERLY SPORTING GOODS 

INCORPORATED 

"Sportsman's Center" 



116 East High Street 
W. H. "Bill" Puch 



High Point, N. C 

MlLFORD H. BYERLY 



GIBSON ICE CREAM 



MANUFACTURERS 



DISTRIBUTORS 



High Point, North Carolina 



HIGH POINT HARDWARE COMPANY 

General Hardware and Mill Supplies 

Wholesale and Retail 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments of 

P. W. DOWLING 


WELCOME TO 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

"Noted for Good Food'' 
Arthur G. Corpening, Jr., Manager 


The Griffith Tailoring Company 

Made to Order Suits for Ladies and Men 

120% South Main Street 

Marvin H. Griffith High Point, N. C. 


SHOP AND SAVE AT 
SEARS, ROEBUCK & COMPANY 

319 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

CECIL'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

"Attractive College Stationery" 
304 South Main Street Phone 2929 


Compliments of 

SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH PROOF DRY CLEANING 
Dial 3393 210-212 Pine Street 


High Point's Oldest and Leading Tailors 


Compliments of 

PARHAM-DARR CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY, INC. 


Compliments of 

SARA WAGGER 

"FINEST CLOTHES FOR WOMEN" 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

DELUXE DINER 

South Main Street 
PHONE 2373 


Compliments of 

BELL RECORD BAR 

114 W. Washington Street 
PHONE 5087 


Compliments of 

MYRTIE'S SHOP 

112 South Main Street 
PHONE 3746 


STROUD'S FLORIST 

Greensboro Road 

High Point, North Carolina 

Second Road to Left Beyond Five Points 

PHONE 3-5316 


ROSE FURNITURE COMPANY 

"WHERE QUALITY and PRICE MEET' 

243 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

PHONE 4332 



BEESON HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. 


214 North Main Street -:- High Point, North Carolina 


SPORTING GOODS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND 


FARM EQUIPMENT 


Compliments oj 


Compliments of 


DUTCH LAUNDRY, INC. 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 


COMPLETE LAUNDRY and CLEANING 


224 East Washington Street 


SERVICE 




Dial 3319 827 South Main Street 


PHONE 3284 


Compliments oj 


SLOOP AUTO SERVICE 


JEFF'S DRUG STORE 


West Broad at Grimes 
PHONE 3944 


"WHERE THE STUDENTS MEET TO EAT" 


High Point, North Carolina 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Young's Furniture and Rug Co. 


Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swartzberg 


1706 North Main Street 




PHONE 5051 


FOR QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS 


LINDALE DAIRY CORP. 


"It's Our Pleasure to Serve You' 


West Lexington Avenue -:- High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

"SHOES FOR ENTIRE FAMILY" 
"Better Shoes for Less" 


PEGGY ANNE SHOPPE 

117 North Main Street 


119 North Main Street Phone 2688 


Phone 8498 High Point, N. C. 


Compliments oj 


NO NAME CAFE 


DIXIE DONUTS 


"A Friendly Place to Eat" 


106 South Wrenn Street Phone 4-8485 


Between Winston & High Point - Highway 311 


High Point, North Carolina 


Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Stoats, Props. 


WHITLARK'S FLOWERS & GIFTS 


Compliments of 


"Say it With Flowers — and 
Say it With Ours" 


HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 


206 West Howell Street Phone 3964 


WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS 



THE ROBBINS KNITTING COMPANY 



Manufacturers of 



HOSIERY 



SPRUCE PINE, NORTH CAROLINA 



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



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



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



HIGH POINT, THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 

'"'Nothing But Service to Sell"" 



Compliments of 

LESTER'S JEWELRY 

Elgin - Hamilton Watches 
Wood Art Carved & Keepsake Diamonds 

224 North Main Street 



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CANNON-FETZER COMPANY 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of CAROLINA THEATRE 



North Main Street 



HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

J. W. SECHREST & SON, INC. 

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1897 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



NOTHING TOO HARD 

When we try hard enough — and what better place to try 
than right here in our own Piedmont Carolinas? "Wonder- 
ful resources, mild climate, some of the best people in the 
world, opportunity envied the world over, a lot of work 
waiting to be done, and a government that leaves you free 
to choose and work as you will! Putting economical power 
at your command is our part in helping you to build a 
satisfying and rewarding life. 




DURE POWER COMPANY 



Compliments of 



G. H. KERNS 



Compliments of 

MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 



FINE, FURNITURE FINISHES 
PAINTS 

VARNISHES 
ENAMELS 



Compliments of 



LOGAN PORTER 
MIRROR COMPANY 



Compliments of 

KOONCE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Phone 4545 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

Griffith Office Equipment Co. 

213 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



ARMSTRONG VENEER & LUMBER CO. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC VENEERS 
AND LUMBER 

High Point, North Carolina 



MORGAN BROTHERS, INC. 

Wholesalers - Distributors 

CANDY : CIGARS : DRUGS : SUNDRIES 

PAPER PRODUCTS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Compliments of 

ALEXANDER'S INC. 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Phone 2378 

211 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

GUILFORD OPTICAL COMPANY 

210 North Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

PHONE 5647 



Compliments of 

GREENE TIRE SERVICE 

720 North Main Street 

Phone 3219 



Compliments of 

M. & J. FINANCE CORPORATION 

COMMERCIAL FINANCING 

755 North Main Street Box 226 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT LAUNDRY, Inc. 

223 North Wrenn Street 

Phone 3325 

High Point, North Carolina 



CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES, INC. 



HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 

"Let Clover Brand Purity Be Your Security' 



Compliments of 

N. H. SILVER 

QUALITY CLOTHES for MEN AND BOYS 

High Point, North Carolina 



GUILFORD FURNITURE CO., Inc. 

RETAIL FURNITURE 

309 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 

CONSERVATIVE BANKING SINCE 1905 
Member F. D. I. C. 



Smith Studio & Camera Shop 

PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 

206 North Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 



CARRICK SERVICE STATION 

North Main Street at Montlieu Avenue 
GULF GASOLINE AND OILS 




LiBiEiRir s 

06PENOABLE JEWELERS 

HIGH POINT N C 

146 South Main Street 



Compliments of 

NORTH CAROLINA THEATRES 

CENTER PARAMOUNT BROADHURST RIALTO 


Davis-Pruett Motor Company 
NASH 

Sales and Service 
748 North Main Street Phone 5421 


Compliments of 

YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES SHOP 

105 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


POCAHONTAS PRATT-LOW 
VEGETABLES FRUITS 

LEXINGTON 
GROCERY 
COMPANY 

Wholesale Grocers 

POWHATAN WHITE LILY 
VEGETABLES FLOUR 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

"Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention" 

114 East High Street High Point, N. C. 

PHONE 2807 

Mrs. Williams and Son Joel 


UTILITY APPLIANCE COMPANY 

205 South Main Street 
"Your Westinghouse Franchise Dealer' 

COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES 
RADIOS AND RECORDS 


CUT-RATE FURNITURE COMPANY 

"Complete Home Furnishers, 
the Price is Less" 

615 East Green Street High Point, N. C. 
PHONE 2879 


HEDRICKS SPORTING GOODS 

160 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


RUBY'S, Inc. 

High Point's Largest Credit Jewelers 

157 South Main Street 

Use Your Credit on Convenient Terms 


CUT-RATE FOOD STORE 

GROCERIES -:- FRESH MEATS 

Phone 4220 1111 East Green Street 

W. Earl Russell Beatrice Wicker 


Compliments of 

Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

High Point, North Carolina 
PHONE 2376 


Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

123 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


W. F. MAULDIN, INC. 


"Your BUICK Dealer" 

319 North Main Street Telephone 3411-12 HIGH POINT. N. C. 



ZECCA STUDIOS 



OFFICIAL 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



FOR 



THE 1949 



ZENITH 





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

d directly related to that position of leadership 
Is our standard of education— for it has been shown 
that a country's wealth and welfate 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 Slates 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 organizations 
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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Printed as a public service by 

EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 

Printers : Stationers : Lithographers : Engravers 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



with tnz Eolith . . . . 



The production of better type fabrics has grown to tremendous proportions in the 
South. Paralleling this outstanding progress made by the textile industry has been 
the resultant higher standard of living. 

The High Point Weaving Plant and Hillcrest Throwing Plant are proud to be a 
part of this progress . . . proud to be a part of the Burlington Mills organization 
which has invested millions in the future of the South. 

Burlington Mills' 83 plants have been able to reproduce the best possible products 
at the lowest possible prices. That's why over 28,000 employees are going forward 
with Burlington Mills. 



Burlington Mills 

"Woven into (j> the Life of America"