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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1950, High Point College"

Wrenn Memorial Library 
High Point Cci!-^ 

High Point, North Carolina 



The 
NINETEEN HUNDRED 

FIFTY 

ZENITH 



ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT BODY 



Volume Twentv-Four 




HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
High Point, North Carolina 



Anne Stuart 
Associate Editor 



Lois K. Kreienbaum, Editor-in-Chief 

Bill and Bob Marlev 
Co-Business Managers 



Miss E. Vera Idol 

Faenlly Ai/<'i.\<r 



• * • ••• ••• 



DEDICATION 

He came to High Point College as it entered the second quarter 
of a century of its existence. He came eager to fulfill the duties of 
an office which requires much energy, thought, and love. An edu- 
cational leader, an author, a gracious host, and a Christian gentle- 
man, he has entered enthusiastically into the life of the campus; 
a loyal friend to all students, all faculty members, and all persons 
interested in the college. 

To him who has dedicated himself to serving us and our school, 
we dedicate this, our 1950 Zenith, to our President, 

Dr. Dennis Hargrove Cooke 



••• ••• ••• 



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In these pages we present life at High Point College. We have 
ndeavored to portray our life here in reality; we hope you agree. 
Our senior class is a composite of the beginnings of many freshman 
classes at High Point. However, this last year together has given 
us a greater sense of unity; we have come out of it mature men and 
women with a sense of accomplishment. Life at High Point College 
is of the greatest significance to each student. 

We all have memories, memories too numerous and to diverse to 
record individually, but we hope that this annual will retain these 
memories for you so that in future years you may see, through pictures 
and prose, the best of H.P.C. By the best, we mean you as seen from 
the eyes of your professors, your classmates, and from your school 
as a whole. 




PRESIDENT 

Dr. Dennis Hargrove Cooke 
A.B., M. Ed., Ph.D. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



President Bishop Charlotte Area- COSTEN J. HARRELL, D.D. 

President of High Point College -DENNIS HARGROVE COOKE, Ph. D. 

1950 - G. RAY JORDAN, HORACE S. HAWORTH, H.A. MILLLS, G. H. KEARNS, J. 
CLYDE AUMAN, ERNEST W. TEAGUE, VERNON HODGIN. 

1 95 1 PAUL N. GARBER, C. A. DILLON, S. W. TAYLOR, N. M. HARRISON, L. F. ROSS, 
MRS. D. S. COLTRANE, C. L. GRAY. 

1952 W. A. LAMBETH, H. F. HUNSUCKER, S. C. ROBBINS, JR., CHARLES W. Mc- 
CRARY, J. E. PRITCHARD. BLAINE MADISON * 

1953 HARRY BROWN FINCH, F. LOGAN PORTER, JOSHUA HORNE, J. D. WIL- 
LIAMS, C. L. AMOS, MRS. KATIE RANKIN, A. J. KOONCE. 



Vacancy 




Percy E. Lindley 

Dean of Students 



THE FACULTY 



OF 



HIGH 



POINT 



COLLEGE 




Clifford R. Hinshaw 

Dean oj Instruction 




N. P. Yarborough 

Registrar 



Betty S. Perry 
Counsellor for Women 



Henry I. Ridenhour 

Counsellor for Men 



FACULTY 




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

Assistant Professor of Alathematics 

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

Nicholas Antonakos, B.S. 
Instructor, Biology 

Dorothy Nell Arnette, B.S., M, A. 
Director o/ Physical Education for Women 



Emma Frances Baber, B.S., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 

Maggie Lou B. Barker, A.B. 
Inslructoi , A) l 

Helen R. Bartlktt, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of History 

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

Assistant Professor, Business Administration 



David VV. Braithwaite, A.B. 

Instructor, Business Administration 

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. 
Assoc late Professor of Education 

Phyllis ( Iollins 
Bookkeeper 

Edmund O. Cummings, B.S., Ph.D. 
Professor a/ Chemistry 

Richard S. Dale, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor, Business Administration 



Stuart C. Df.sk.ins, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Social Science 

David Miller Driver, A.B., M.A., 
Ph.D. 
Professor of Modem Languages 

Joyce Ellis, B.S. 

Secretary to Registrar 

Myrtle Engen, R.N. 
Graduate Resident Nurse 



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

Assistant Professor of Music 

Alice C Gorman, A.B., M.A. 
Vocational Counsellor 

E. ( :. Harvii.le 

Supl. of Buddings and Grounds 

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



Clifford R. Hinshaw, A.B., M.A., A.M. 
Litt.D. 
Professor of Education and Psychology 



FACULTY 



Joyce Hester 

Assistant in Business Office 

George H. Hobart, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor, Business Administration 

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 Economics 

Percy E. Lindley, A.B., A.M., I. in. I). 

Professor of Religious Education 

Lincoln Lorenz, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

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



Arthur Garner Paschal, B.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physical Education 

Edna Paschal 

Recreational Director 

Betty S. Perry 

Counsellor for II omen 

James L. Pf.ttit 
Dietitian 



Ruth Mae Ridenhour, A.B. 
Assistant Librarian 

Richard A. Short, B.S, 

Bursar and Graduate Manager "/ Athletic 

Robart Simmons, A.B. 

Director of Hand {Hand Matter) 

Ruth A. Steei.man, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Education 



Clara L. Whltaker 

Housemother, Woman's I fall 

Alice Paige White, A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor, Religious Education 

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

Albert J. Wood, B.S., M.A. 
Associate Professor of Mum 



Nathaniel P. Varborouch, A.B.. A.M. 

Professor of Modern Language 

FACULTY AND STAFF 
NOT PICTURED 
Gordon E. Bell, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor, Business Administration 
Anne H. Dale, A.B. 

Instructor, Business Administration 
Donald J. McCurry, B.S. 

Assistant Coach 
Richard C. Todd, B.S., M.Ed. 

Instructor, History 




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Classes 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



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Pcrcv Payne, President; Bill Marley. I ice-President; Bertha Lowe, Secretary and Treasurer, 
and "Chic" Gleasner, Student Representative. 



We arc concluding another school year at High Point College, though it 
is not just "another year" — it is our Senior year. We will not be coming 
back next fall for we are the Seniors. 

High Point College has been a little world within herself, and we have 
been citizens of that world. We have studied hard and enjoyed living. 
We have worked and played together; we have laughed and cried together. 
Our years here have been successful, inspiring, and delightful. Now they 
are over. We shall not forget— we will not forget for "in our hearts we 
hold the mem'ry of the place we love the best." We are no longer a part 
of High Point College she is part of us. 



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BETTY DORIS AUMAN 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority, President 4; Marshal 3; 
Choir 2; Zenith 3; Pan Hellenic Council, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4. 

RICHARD JUNIOR BAILEY 

Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

East Carolina Teachers College; Athletic Scholarship 
Fund; Treasurer 1 . 



DONALD W. BOST 

Newton, N. C. 

B.S. Social Science 

Future Teachers of America 4; Berry College 1, 2; 
Wake Forest 3; Concert Choir 1,2; Melody Club 2; 
Industrial Arts Club 1,2; Debate Council 2; Syrreb 
Literary Society 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Ministerial 
Association 3; Euyelion Literary Society 3. 

ROY CHARLES BRAGG 

Shelby, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; N. C. State College. 



Class of 1950 




GEORGE D. BRIGGS 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

WILLIAM E. BRIGGS 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Choir 3, 4; Air Forces 3 years. 



JAMES WRAY BROWER 
High Point, N. .C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity, Band 2, 3. 

CHESTER DARROLL BROWN 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. English and Religious Education 

Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Presi- 
dent 4. Reporter 3; M.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.C. Re- 
presentative from M.S.F. 4; H1-P0 Advertising 
Manager 4; Choir 3, 4. Vice-President 3; Honor 
Roll 2, 3, 4: U. S. Army 3 1 ._, years. 





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Gordon Mcdonald burleson 

High Point, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
F.T.A. 4; "La Tertulia" 3, 4. 

JOHN CLINARD BURTON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Student Government, 
Vice-President 1 ; Dormitory Council 1 ; Freshman 
Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class Vice-President; 
LIniversity of Arizona. 



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ALBERT DeWITT BYRD, JR. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education 

Ministerial Association 3, 4; M.S.F. 3, 4; Band 3, 4; 
Wilmington College Center; Wilmington College. 

WILLIAM A. CAMERON 
Asheboro, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

E.P.O. Fraternity; State College; Oklahoma College; 
Darlington College; Football 1, 2; Varsity Sports 
Club 2; Linesman Club 1. 




Class of 1950 



CHARLES C. CAR MICHAEL 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

ROGER P. CARNIE 

Free port, N. Y. 

A.B . Social Si icnce 



N.D.M. Club 




WILLIAM FRANCIS CARROLL 

Lyons, N, Y. 

B.S. General Science 
Band; Soccer 1,2. 

PAUL J. CARTER 
Cycle, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



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FLETCHER W. CAUSEY 
Randleman, N. C. 

B.S. Science 
Eta Mu Eta Club. 

FOIL VERNON CHARLES 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Honor Roll 3, 4; University of North Carolina 
2 years. 



BIELY LEE CHE YES 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity. 

WILEY GREEN CLARY, JR. 
High Point, N. .C, 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Student Govern- 
ment, Freshman Representative; Day Student, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 1; Football 1, >, 4; Block "H" Club 
1, 3, 4, Secretary 4; U. S. Marine Corp 2 years. 



Class of 1950 




CARLTON CLINARD 

Trinity, N. C. 

B.S. Commerce 

Oak Ridge Military Institute; Wake Forest College 
1,2; Honor Roll I, 2; Tennis 1 ; Marshal 1. 

OTTO [AMES CLONTZ, JR. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Choir 1 ; John B. Stetson University; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Fraternity; Volusia Wildlife Association. 



HERMAN EARL COBLE, JR. 
High Point. N. C. 

A.B. English 

I.R.C.; F.T.A. 4; Assistant Dramatics Director 3; 
Tower Players 2, 3. 

[AMES RAYFORD COGGINS 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. English and Social Science 





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DAVID LEROY COLLINS 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; L . S. Navy i years. 

CORA LEE CONNER 
Candler, N. C. 

A.B. English 

Religious Education Club 3, 4; C.S.C. Vice-President 

3; Ili-I'ii, Circulation Editor 4; Tower Players 3; 
May Queen Attendant 3; Pfeiffer Junior College 
1, 2; Delta Psi Omega r, 2; Choir 1 ; International Re- 
lations Club i; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Religious 
Education Club 1,2. 




JAMES AL COOMES 
Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



JOHN G. CRAWFORD, JR. 
Cooleemee, N.C. 



B.S. Chemistry 



Class of 1950 



JOHN H. CROWELL 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

"La Tertulia" 3, 4. 

ROY CURLEE 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Education 



JOHN CZARNECKI 
Warsaw, Poland 

B.S. Business Administration 

ERA:, i, 2. President 2; Chairman C. C.U.N. 2. 

JOSEPH CHARLES DALTON 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



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BENNIEJO DAVIS 

Charlotte, N. G. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; F.T.A. 4; Zenith 4; 
Senior Superlative. 

RAYMOND LESTER DEAL, JR. 
High Point, N. .C 

B.S. Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. 



MAMEN HERMAN DEATON, JR. 

Trinity, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Football 2; Basketball 

2, 3> 4- 

KENNETH L. DeHAVEN 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education and English 

The Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Honor Roll 
1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; U. S. Army 2 1 , years. 



Class of 1950 




WARREN G. DINKINS 

Vadkinville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi, President 4. 

MORRIS LEE ELLIS 

Leaksville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Appalachian State Teacher's College; Footbal 



WILLIAM HARRIS ELMORE 
Lawndale, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity, President 3; Block "H" 
Club; F.T.A. 3; Soccer 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; 
Secretary and Treasurer McCulloch Hall 3. 

DONALD LEE EMBLER 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Basketball; Block "H" 
Club. 




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VERNON B. ENNIS 
Jacksonville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Red Cross Club ;; 
Choir i . 

JAMES E. ENSCORE 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



JOE LANE ERVIN 

Stokesdale, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science and Religious Education 

Ministerial Association. I, 2. 3, M.S.M., 1, 2; 
Tower Players 1, 2, 3, Technical Director, 3; Ca- 
tawba Colleere 2. 



JACK WALTER ESKRIDGE 
Lawndale, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epilson Eta Psi Fraternity; Soccer; Block "H" Club 




Class of 1950 



LOVD TRUMAN FERRELL 

New London. N. C. 

B.S. Social Science 

[ANTHIA LaVERNE GERRINGER 

Gibsonville, N. C. 

A.B. Sin ml Sciem e 

Religious Education Club 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Secretary 2, Nice-President 3; 
History Department Assistant 3; Who's Who Aiming 
Students in American Colleges and Universities; Senior 
Superlative; Hi-Po , Girl's Sports Editor. 



RICHARD K. FOWLKR 

Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Delia Alpha Lpsilon Fraternity; Hi-Po, Business 
Manager 4: Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent Freshman Class; Veterans' Club. President; 
Student Government, Vice-President 2: Baseball 1, 2. 

EMMA FLYNN 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Education 



GUY T. GIBSON 
Pine Hall, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Football i ; Lees-McRae College; Demosthanean 
Club; Sking Zero Club. 

FAY GILBERT 
Rutherford ton, X. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Tennis 3. 



R. |. "CHIC" GLAESNER, |R. 
High Point, X. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Student Government, 
Senior Class Representative; Zenith, Business Staff' 
4; Superlative, Most Friendly; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Block "H" 2, 3, 4. 

TAYLOR A. GREENE 

Asheville, X. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



Footbal 



1, 2, 3, 4- 



Class of 1950 




GEORGE C:ARLTOX HILLIARD 

Hi<*h Point, X. C. 

B.S. Biology 

Campbell College; House Council, B.S.C.; Presi- 
dent Freshman Glass. 

JESSIE M. HILL 
Kernersville, N. G 

A.B. English and Spanish 

"La Tertulia" 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 



M. K. HINSHAW 
Winston-Salem, X. ('. 

B.S. Education 

Appalachian State Teachers College. 

JOHN RED) HOWARD 
Thomasville, X. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Presbyterian Junior College 1.2; Student Govern- 
ment, Yice-President 2; Choir 1, 2. 




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EARL CLEMITH HOWELL, JR. 

Trinity, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Honor Roll i, 2, 3; U. S. Navy 3 years; "La Tertulia' 

3, 4- 

HAROLD E. HUTCHINSON 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. General Science 

Iota Tan Kappa Fraternity; Basketball 1, 






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CLARENCE MORTON ILDERTON 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Block "H" Club. 

VIVIAN I U ANITA INGRAM 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

W.A.A. 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Choir 
2, 3; Woman's College; Cornelian Society. 



Class of 1950 




JOE R. IVES 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Eastern Carolina Teacher's College; University of 
North Carolina. 

EDWARD B. JONES 
Lexington, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4, President 

3; U. S. Navy 4 years. 



LYLES KEARNS 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

BETTY RAYNE KEIGER 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Education 



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ROY S. KEY, JR. 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

THOMAS KELLAM 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

N.D.M. Club 3, 4, President 4; Block "H" 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marshal; Day Students, President; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball i, 2, 3, 4; Inauguration 
Committee 4; Senior Superlative, Most Athletic. 



WILLIAM G. KENNERLY 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

COLEMAN L. KIMBALL 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 




Class of 1950 





JACK HOWARD KING 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



LOIS KATHRYN KREIENBAUM 

Richmond, Ya. 

A.B. Religious Education 

Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges: Religious Edu- 
cation Club 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; C.S.C. 3, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3; Zenith Editor 4; Tower Players 
3; Honor Roll 3; Westhampton College 1, 2; B.S.U. 
1, 2; Senior Superlative. 



WILLIAM CLEMENT LACKEY 
Archdale, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



RUTH IRENE LAIN 
High Point. X. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Modern Pricilla Club 3; Future Teachers of America 
4; Allentown Bible Institute 1 ; Pilgrim Bible College 
2; Honor Roll 2; Missionary Society 2; Choir 2; 
Manager Dixie Echo 2. 




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DONALD ROYAL WILLIAM LAKIN 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.B. Social Science and Education 

Ministerial Association 2, 3; C.S.C. 3; Future 
Teachers of America, President 4, State Secretary 4; 
Gupton-Jones College; Caterbury Club, Vice Presi- 
dent 1 ; U. S. Army 4 years; Zenith Business Staff 4. 

DENVER LAWRENCE LANGLEY 
High Point, N. .C. 

A.B. Knoli J, 



D. C. LAWSON 

High Point, X. C. 

B.S. Business 
Delta Alpha Epsilon; Veterans Council 2. 

WILLIAM D. LEE 
High Point, N. C. 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Eta Mu Eta 2, 3, 4. 



Class of 1950 




HAROLD R. LOVE 

Trinity, N .C, 

B.S. Business Administration 

LAWSON L. LOWDER 
Albemarle, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



N.D.M. Club. 



BERTHA VIOLA LOWE 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Home Economics 

Alpha Theta Psi; Secretary Senior Class; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Home Economics Practice 
House 4; M.S.F. 4; F.T.A. 4; Choir 1; May Queen 
3- 

T. PHILLIP LUCAS 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



Attendant 2, 



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LAMARIE McARTHIR 
High Point, X. C. 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Theta Phi Sorority; Marshal 3; Honor Roll 2. 



3- 4-: 



Attendant Homecoming; Queen 4; Meredith Col- 
lege 1 . 

JAMES CURTIS McDONALD 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



MARY ELIZABETH McGEHEE 

High Point, N. C:. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Honor Roll 2. 3. 

HENRY T. MADDUX, ]R. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

A.B. English 

X.D.M. Club, Correspondent Secretary 3, Secretary 
4; President Student Government 4; McCullock 
Dormitory Council, A'ice-President 2, 3; Marshal 3; 
F.T.A. 4; Zenith Sports Editor 3, 4; Hi-Po, Editor 
2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Xorth State Conference 
Champion 3; Block "H" Club; N. C. State College; 
Varsity Cross Country 1 . 



Class of 1950 




NEIL S. MADDUX 

Raleigh, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Student Government, 
Sophomore Representative; President Freshman 
Class; Red Cross Campaign Leader 3; Tennis 1. 2. 
3; N. C. State College. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN MANX. JR. 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. English 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Hi-Po, Feature Editor 2; 
Tower Players 2, 3; Soccer 3. 





ROBERT JENNINGS MARLEY 
Ramseur. X. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Student Government, 
Vice-President 3; Marshal 3; F.T.A. 4; Zenith, 
Co-Business Manager 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM S. MARLEY 
Ramseur, X. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Student Government; 
Representive McCullock Hall 4; Dormitory Council 
President 4; Marshal 3; Zenith, Co-Business Man- 
ager 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. 




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GLORIA ANN FOUST MARTIN 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Theta Phi Sorority, President 4; Student Govern- 
ment Day Student Representative 1; Marshal 3; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4; Homecoming Queen 3. 

DWIGHT WINFRED MASHBURN 
Highfalls, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education 

Ministerial Association 3, 4; M.S.F. 3, 4; C.S.C., 
President 3; Pfeiffer Junior College; Y.M.C.A.i, 2, 
Secretary 2; Fellowship Group 1, 2; Dramatics 
Club 1. 



JOHN MARLVN MATTHEWS 
East Bend, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Football 1,2; Honor Roll 3, 4. 

PAUL KIMBALL MAYDIAN 
Selma, Va. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Future Teachers of 
America, 4; Ferrum Junior College, 1,2; Basketball 
Team 1; Honor Society 1; Megas Adelphus Club 1. 



Class of 1950 




Marshal 3; M.S.F. 1 
Honor Roll 2, 3. 



ARNOLD R. MEDLIN 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. General Science 

3; Tower Players 2, 3; 



BILL L. MINOR 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



Honor Roll 2. 



ROBERT EUGENE MORRISON 
Washington, D. C. 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Block "H" Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; L'niversity 
of Louisville; U.S. Army 2 years. 

NORMAN B. NAIL 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



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JOHN N. NORTON 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education and Social Sue 

EUGENE O'DANIEL 
Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

U. S. Marine Corp 3 years. 



LLOYD PARDUE 
Yadkinville N .C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity 

KATE ELIZABETH PARKS 
Seagrove, N. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Religious Education Club 1, 4; M.S.F. 4; Choir 4; 
Wesleyan Junior College 1, 2; Appalachian State 
Teachers' College 3; Glee Club 1; Presto Music 
Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Centralian Staff 1, 2; Soph- 
omore Class Vice-President 2; Literary Society 1, 2. 



Class of 1950 




FRANCES GERALDINE PATTERSON 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Education 

VV.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Beauty Queen 1; Varsity Sports 
1, 2. 

MARGARET JESSIE PAYNE 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Home Economics 

Alpha Theta Psi; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Home Management Practice House 4; 
M.S.F. 4; FT. A. 4. 



PERCY I. PAYNE, JR. 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Senior Class President; 
Junior Class Vice-President; Hi-Po, News Editor 

2, Feature Editor 3; Soccer 2. 

WILLIAM STAMEY PEELER 
Belwood, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Iota Tau Kappa; FT. A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4: I.R.C. 

3. 4; Lenoir Rhyne 1; Veterans Club 1. 




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EDGAR F. PEPPER, JR. 

Thomasville, N. C. 

A.B. Mil mi and Religious Educati n 
Choir i , 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES E. PERRY 
Draper, N. C:. 

B.S. Physical Education 

N.D.M. Club. 



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

A.B. English 
Brevard 1 . 

ELMER POWERS 
High Point, N .C. 

B.S. Business Administration and Social Science 




Class of 1950 



WILLIAM DWIGHT QUEEN 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



B.S. Ceneral Science 



Eta Mu Eta Club 



CHARLES BENTON REID 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



JAVAN DORN RIKE 
High Point. N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

CHARMIONE CAROLYN ROSE 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Religion and Music 

Alpha Theta Psi; Student Government, Dormitory 
Representative 4; Dormitory Council, 3 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; The Order of the Lighted 
Lamp 3, 4: Marshal 3; Forensics 1; Ministerial 
Association 3, 4; Religious Education Club I, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, President 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower 
Players 1, 2, 3; "La Tertulia'' 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3; 
II ho's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Senior Superlative, 



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ELNA CLAIRE ROSE 

Winston-Salem, N. ('.. 

B.S. Primary Education 

Longwood State Teachers College i, 2, 3; Honor 
Society 1, 2, 3; Business Girls Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 

U 2, 3. 

THOMAS HAYNES SCOTT, JR. 
Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



EARLY CLIFFORD SHOAF 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. English and Religion 

Class Government, Chapel Committee 3; Ministeri.il 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; M.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
C.S.C. 3; Hi-Po 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. 

HAROLD LEON SIMMS 
Leaksville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Pan Hellenic 
Council 4; L*. S. Navy, i 1 2 years. 



Class of 1950 




JOSEPH EDWIN SINK 
Lexington, X. C. 

B.S. Gene/I'll Science 

FRANK SMITH 

Stuart, \'a. 

B.S. Business Administration 



GAINES CARLTON SMITH 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

JOE PAUL SMITH 

High Point, N. C. 




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MARY LYNN SMITH 
Asheboro, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; W.A.A. 1,2; Presbyterian 
Junior College; Dramatics Club 1, 2. 

RALPH SMITH 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. General Science 




ELIZABETH BLADES SPEARMAN 

Brookhaven, Georgia 

A.B. English and Religious Education 

Alpha Theta Psi; Marshal 3; Religious Education 
Club 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 
Publicity Chairman 3; C.S.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Zenith 4, Co-feature editor; Hi-Po 1; I.R.C. 

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GEORGIA B. STAFFORD 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Radford State Teachers College; U.N.C.; Ingles 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; Student 
Council House Representative 



Class of 1950 



KYLE HUNTER STEPHENSON 

Benson, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Choir 2; Student 
Government 4, Mayor of Millikan Hall. 

ROBERT L. STONE 

High Point, N. C, 

B.S. Physical Education 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Football 1. 



VICTOR LAWRENCE STRADER 

Kernersville, N. G. 

A.B. Social Science 

Dormitory Council 4; Future Teachers of America 
4; Elon College; Moorehead State College; Band r. 

HENRY STROUD 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Basketball 



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ANNE ELIZABETH STUART 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. English and Religious Education 

Alpha Theta Psi Secretary 3, 4; The Order of the 
Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Marshal 3; Future Teachers 
of America 4; Zenith, Associate Editor 4; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges; Senior Superlative; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

DORIS LORRAINE TANT 
Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. English and Religious Education 

Theta Phi Sorority; R.E. Club; M.S.F. 3, 4; C.S.C., 
Pres. 4; Tower Players 3; Honor Roll 3; Woman's 
Hall Council 4; Zenith Co-Art Editor 4; Pfeiffer 
Junior College, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Pres. 2; Student Gov- 
ernment 1 ; Order of the Sundial 1, 2; Delta Psi 
Omega 2. 

JAMES JOSEPH TEACHEY 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S., A.B. Chemistry and Math 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Vice-President 3; 
Basketball 1, 2; Day Student President 1. 

GEORGE WILLIAM THOMPSON 

Mebane, N. C. 

A.B. English 

Treasurer Sophomore Class; Ministerial Asssociation 

1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Red Cross 1; M.S.F. 

2, 3; C.S.C. 3; Choir 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 



Class of 1950 




ROBERT D. THORNTON 

Leaksville, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

EDGAR WILLIAM TURNER 
High Point, N. C. 



ROBERT L. \ ARNER 
High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Chemistry 

JOSEPH RAY VEASEY 
Varina, N. C. 

A.B. English. Social Siience 
F.T.A. 4; Hi-Po 1. 







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FRANK R. VON DREHLE 
High Point. N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

N.D.M. Club; Block "H" Club; Marshal 3; Foot- 
hall 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, Intramural Golf Champion 

FRED HUFFARD WALKER 
B.S. General Science 



DAVID PAUL WATLINGTON, JR. 

Browns Summit, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Honor Roll, 1 2, 3, 4. 

ANITA WEST WITHERS 
High Point, N. C. 

A.B. English 

Debate Team 3; Maryville College; French Club 2; 
Bainonian Society; All Girls Choir 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 




Class of 1950 



CORNELIUS FLETCHER WOMBLE, JR. 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Social Sciences 

l.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; M.S.F. r, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Who's Who Among Students in Amen- 
can 1'rurersities and Colleges. 

WILLIAM W. WOODS 
Durham, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 



JO ANNE WYATT 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Music 

Religious Education Club 4: M.S.F. 4; C.S.C. 4; 
Choir 4; Meredith College 1, 2, 3; Religion Club 
1, 2, 3, Secretary 1; l.R.C. ; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3; Phi- 
laretian Literary Society. 



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THE 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Curt Bovender 

President 

Doris Nance 
T T ice-President 

Joyce Miles 
Secretary and Treasurer 

Owen Fitzgerald 
Representative to Student Government 




First row, left to right: Clifton Lee Adams, Ernest David Allen, Hervey Wesley Amick, Buelah Lee Anderson, Oscar 
Joseph Anderson, Rose Mae Anderson, Edwin Lewis Auman. 

Second row: James McQueen Bailey, Janie L. Bartlett, Kenneth Gray Berrier, William Flemming Black, Wilbur 
Lee Blanton, Francis Carroll Booze, Curt Bovender. 




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First row, left to right: Lois Annette Broome, Lloyd Horan Brown, Fred Brown, J. L. Bull, Ernest Ray Burleson, Pau- 
line Frances Calloway, Harry Cardwell. 

Second row: George Gray Cartwright, Charles Long Casey, Elmo Luther Cassell, David Baird Cheadle, Herbert 
Allen Chilton, Joanne Comer, Ruth Dare Cook. 



Class of 1951 




Anita Cornelison 
Carson Clay Cox 
James Gordon Cress 
Carl Crisco, Jr. 

James Milton Crocker 
Dorsey Grumpier 
Joseph E. Dale 
Troy Davis 



Mary Graham DeYane 
Frank X. Early 

Robert Hancock Ellis 
L. H. Evans 

John Albert Evans 
William C. Fanelty 
Billy Reid Farlowe 
F. Owen Fitzgerald 



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Joseph Johnson Flythe 
Charles Albert Foster 
Ida Tate Foust 
F. Doyle Freeman 

Ogburn William Feree 
Bernard D. Frink 
Betty Jane Gibbs 

Hallie Arlene Gilbreath 



Louis Wesley Gilley 
Hugh Clifton Gordon 
George Leon Greene 
Maxie Rita Hall 



Gary L. Hardin 

Oliver Wilson Hauser 

Perry G. Haevner 

Dan J. Heath 




Class of 1951 



First row, left to right: William McKinley Hennis, Emmett Ernest Hiatt, James Garland Hill, Max Howard Hill, 
John Mark Hinton, Jr., Ted Ian Hodge, Daniel Hollingsworth. 

Second row: Robert Lee Honbarrier, Leonard Hunt, Kathryn Mason Hunter, Marjorie Jane Ingram, Powell Jones, 
Jimmie W 7 right Kent, William Carson King. 





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First row, left to right: Glenn Wade Leach, Charlie Basil Lewallen, Bill CI. Loyd, James Frazier McGee, George 
Robert McKenzie, Jr., Mason Max Masters, Kathyrn Elizabeth Mellard. 

Second row: Richard Franklin Mickey, Mary Waggoner Mickey, Joyce Jeanne Mills, Benny Thomas Meyers, Sarah 
Ruth Meyers, Doris Jean Nance, Youthalene Nifong. 



Class of 1951 




Mildred Louise Parrish 
Charles William Payne 
James A. Perryman 
Jack Benjamin Powell 

( )livia Ann Raper 
J. W, Ray 

Annie Jean Ray 
Mary Jane Ray 



Stella Roanna Redding 
Ramona Anne Rhodes 
Mary Lee Richardson 
Fred Wilton Rogers 



Elclred Sloan Schafer 

Powell Alexander Sherril 
Betty Jean Shields 
Ray Shore 



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Andrew Boone Smith 
Billy H. Smith 
Joe Carlton Smith 
loe Paul Smith 



Billie J. Stroud 
Wilbur Thornton 

Wallace Taylor Trent 
Phillip Tracy Wall 

Leaman Paul Ward 
Dan Whittington 

Wayne Hampton Wills 
Dorothy Iris Williams 




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THE 



SOPHOMORE 



OFFICERS 

Lonnie Bledsoe 
President 

Wayne Shelton 
Vice-President 

Pat McDougle 
Secretary and Treasurer 

Forrest Brown 

Representative to Student Government 



Fust row, left to right: William Hampton Albright, Mara Sue Allred, Akin Gray Amick, Harris Newton Angel, 
Latha Carlotta Autrey, Betsy Marie Raker, Joanne Hart Baker. 

Second row: Claude L. Barrett, Edward M. Bender, Audrey L. Bengel, Edith B. Benner, Henry Edward Bizzell, Lonnie 
Wesley Bledsoe, Robert S. Boyles. 





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First row, left to right: Wallace T. Braswell, Lemuel L. Bridgers, Daniel W. Brinkley, Forrest Brown. William Allen 
Burney, Marion Calloway, Jr., Clarence Clapp. 

Second row: Edna Lucille Clark. George Earl Clark, Mary Ella Coffey, Richard G. Coghill, William Collette, Myrle 
Jean Colson, Joan Adair Cook. 



Class of 1 952 



John Early Cook 

Edna Lucille Craver 
Fredrick R. Darkis 

Martha Frances Dearman 



Laura Mae DeHaven 
Mary Dix 

Ruth Estelle Driver 
Warson Gene Dull 



Willie Dean Dull 
Jacqueline East 

Peter Allan Eberle 
Betty Lyon Edwards 



John Rich Eller 

Rex Holt Freeman 
Charles R. Gardner 
Sarah Gaylor 




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Margaret Elizabeth Gilbert 
Robert B. Glisson 
William Bruce Gray 
Nancy J. Greene 

Joanne Grimes 
Stewart Hartley 
Robert I.. Heath 

Mary Lee Hedgecock 

Reginald H. Heiser 

Dixie Dean Henderson 
Donald G. Heritage 

Herbert Terrell Herring 



Jimmy Herring 

James Rick Hoover 
Gharles G. Hughes 
James F. Hunsucker 



Class of 1952 



First raw, left to right: Mary Frances Hunter, William Harris Hunter, Lee Davis Hutchins, Kenneth Ingram, Dorothy 
Jackson, Olin Boone Jackson, Ruth James. 

Second row: Jeremiah L. Johnson, Taron Spencer Jones, Joyce Reams, Ovid Kearns, Rosalie Kellis, Doris Jeane 
Kerr, Lucy F. Ring. 




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First riiu\ left to right: Nancy LaVerne Lawson, William Hunt Leazer, Virgil Lacy Leonard, Imogene Lewis, Clifford 
Lopp, Jr., Clarence Maxwell. 

Second row: Charles L. McConkey, Patricia K. McCullock, Patricia Ann McDougle, Thomas McChee, Milton H. 
McCovvan, Dorothy Montgomery, Lindsay Moore. 



Class of 1952 




Thomas Edison Morris 
Paul Morrison 

William Oliver Moser 
Juclson C. Mullen 

Carlyle Asbury Nance 
Kenneth Owens 

Aleck Victor Pappas 
Luther Wade Pee? 



Allen Lyon Penny 
Kenneth Poindexter 
Robert Guy Powell 
John Paul Pry or 

Robert Joe Rajan 
Charlie E. Reaves 
Paul T. Richardson 
Thomas L. Ridenhoui 



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Jack R. Ridge 
John C. Riggs 

Bob Lee Robertson 
John H. Rush 

Judson Hall Ruth 
Melville A. Sechrest 
Wayne G. Shelton 

Jean Elizabeth Sherlock 



Robert L. Smith 

Charles Ray Snyder 

Clayton Eugene Snyder 
Margaret Southerland 



Rebecca Southerland 
Bruce Spainhour 
George Steffan 
Jake Steele 



Class of 1952 



First row, left to right: James J. Stephens, LoElla G. Stroud, Edward Sueta, James Ray Swiggett, Lydia Ruth Teer, 
John C. Thompson, William Lee Turner. 

Second row: Nancy S. Tuttle, Nancy S. Tysinger, Max Underwood, Hampton C. Vestal, Jack Sherman Walton, 
Garland Lee Wampler, Harold L. Wateis. 



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Thomas A. Weaver 
Leo (Buddy) Welch 
William Louis White 
Dixie Gray Wilson 



Clyde Wood 




Class of 1952 




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THE 



FRESHMAN 



CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Darrf.i.l Vuncannon 
President 

Jane Roach 
Vice-President 

Barbara Cook 
Secretary 

Gregg Merhige 

Treasurer 

Robert Barrett 

Representative to Student Government 



Firs/ row, left to right: Charles Lee Allen. Rynne Allen. Nos Alman, James William Angel, David Wills Auman, 
Edward Beaid Austin, Doris Eleanor Autrey. 

Second row: Margaret Bailey, Betty Ann Barber, Robert Wilton Barrett. Charles F. Beauchamp, Betty Belcher, 
Patrick W. Bencini, Robert Bennett. 




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First row, left la right: Robert O'Neal Beroth, Cleo Gayle Billings, Robert H. Bonwell, Lloyd Bottoms, Mary Edna 
Brewer, William T. Brewer, Robert Hollis Buie. 

Second row: Jo Arlene Bundy, Margaret Anne Burton, Alton Lewis Cagle, Jack P. Camp, Milton 11. Candler, James 
Ray Carmichael, Linwood Carter. 



Class of 1953 



Kelly Atlee Chadwick 
Charles Childs 
Elinor Church 
Jayn Marie Collett 

Allen Felix Conrad 
Barbara Anne Cooke 
Ruth Elaine Craven 
Bonnie lean Crawford 



Willie Davis 

Elizabeth Bertha Early 
John C. Efrid 
Carl A. Ellison 

Oliver A. Farabee 
James Vokely Fisher 
William T. Forbis 

William Luther Foster 








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Jack Foust 

Barbara Gallienne 
Betty Lou Garrett 
James Robert Gibson 

Frank C. Graham 
Valma Tessie Griggs 
James W. Hamilton 
lack Hartness 



Sarah Hawkins 

Betty Eugene Hayworth 
Jay Grayson Hedgecock 
Donald V. Helms 



Virginia A. Hendrix 
Joseph F. Hiatt 

Neese Davis Hicks 

Douglas Ray Holbrook 



Class of 1953 



First row, left to right: Billy Honbarrier, Rebecca Weir Hoover, Mary Frances Howell, James \V. Huffsteller, Arlyn 
Ray Hughes, Bob H. Hughes, Dorothy Hunsucker. 

Second row: Sally Hylton, James W. Johnson, Jenny Find Johnson, Bobby Fee (ones, Kirby Fee Joyce, Nona Ruth 
Kanev. Ann P. Kenclrick. 




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First row, left to right: Marie Kennedy, Donald David Kimbro, Blanche L. Kimsey, Irvin Kino, Charles F. Kinsey 
Elizabeth Lorene Kivett, Nancy C. Koonts. 

Second row: Joyce Ray Layton, Bonnie Rose Leonard, Jane Kathryn Long, C. B. Lowry, Tillie A. Lucas, Robert 
W. McGarson, Zola P. McDonald. 



Class of 1953 



Sara McDougle 

Patricia Ann McNeil 
James R. Maness 
Hilda F. Maske 



David F. Meekins 
Gregory Mehrige 
Rose E. Minnis 
Paul A. Mitchum 



Keith E. Moore 

Alvin Keith Mobley 
Owen Wade Morton 
Betty Lou Moxley 

Thomas A. Neal 

Harry Allen Newman 

Robert Lee Oakley 

Alvis Lee Osteen 




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James Frank Payne 
Margaret A. Pearman 
J. A. Pegram 

Rebecca Lynn Pentecost 

Earl Haig Pope 
Peggy Jean Porter 
John Austin Raper 
Mildred M. Redding 

Robert Dennis Ricks 
Howard Don Ridge 
Alice Jane Roach 
Jimnrie Rusher 

William Shaffer 

Patricia Anne Sides 

Jacqueline Sink 

Susan Sink 



Class of 1953 



First row, left la right: Donald Lee Smith, Helen M. Stanley, Malcom Carl Stephens, Dorothy Stone. Julius H. Tesh, 
Elva Mae Thomas, Hilton E. Thomas. 

Second row: Barbara Lee Tobias, Walter Lee Travis, Melvin Kenneth Turner, Robert Arthur VanHoy, Ray Aurdio 
Vargas, Edgar Jackson \ enable, Floyd Darrell \ uncannon. 





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First raw, left to rig/it: Velma Kathalecn Wade, Marion E. Warren, H. 
Woods, Reba Alyce Wright, Rodney T. Yates. 







Wilson, Ray Wonsidler, Robert Pope 



Class of 1953 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 








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Ralph Carlton Copley, Perry James Peterson, 
William T. Ratchlord. 



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LIBRARY 



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WfWJfi Memorla! Librae 

High Point Co!l^ 49 

High Point, North Carolina 



Ucttotttes 




Curtis Ray Bovender Charmione Rum, Anne Stuart 

President, Junior Class President, Woman's Hall Assistant Editor, Zenith 



Thomas A. Kellam 
President, Day Students 



[ANTHIA ( rERRINGER 

Assistant, History Department 



1 I E I ( HER VVl 1MB! E 

Vice-President, MSF 



I ,< us Kreienbaum 
Editor, Zenith 



Kenneth Dehaven Robert Marley William Marley Henry T. Maddux 

Co-Business Manager, Zenith President, McCulloch Hall President, Student Government 



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Kenneth DeHovcn 





H. rmon Coble 




lonfhia Gemnger 




Cf)C 

Orber 

of tfje 

Utgijteti Hamp 







Edwin Aumon 




Ruby Workmon 




Owen Firzqtfold 



Geo'? 



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Setu&i 



Si44zesda£wel 



BEST LOOKING 
Cora Conner — Felix Long 




MOST POPULAR 
Bill Marley — Ann Stuart — Bob Marley 




WITTIEST 
Bill Elmore — Juanita Ingram 




BEST ALL-ROUND 
Doris Tant — Henry Maddux 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Charmione Rose — Percy Payne 




FRIENDLIEST 
'Chic" Glaesner — Bennie Jo Davis 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Inky" Gerringer — Tommy Kellam 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Kenneth DeHaven — Lois Kreienbaum 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Henry Madduv 

President 



To our democratic form of government, a government of 
the students, we express our gratitude for a successful year. 

The student council, headed by Henry Maddux, as president, 
is composed of the vice-president, secretary, treasurer, one 
representative from each class, the presidents of the dormitories, 
and day student councils. 

Among its many activities for this year, the Student Govern- 
ment sponsored the Homecoming parade and dance with a 
name band for the dance, provided parking regulations and 
sponsored the spring dance. 

Through the Student Council we have been able to express 
our ideas and our desires; we have, through them, been made 
to feel a vital part of our school. 




Seated, left to right: "Chic" Glaesener, Senior Class Representative; Curt Bovender, Vice-President; Ruby Workman Secretary and Treasurer; 
Henry Maddux President- Charmione Rose, President of Woman's Hall. Standing: Tommy kellam, President of Day Students; Bill Ma, lev. 
President of McCulloch Hall; Forrest Brown, Sophomore Class Representative: Owen F.tzgerald, Junior Class Representative. 



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WOMAN'S HALL COUNCIL 




( 'iiarmione Rose 
President 

Betty Jane Gibbs 
Vice-President 

Joyce Mills 
Secretary 

Doris Tant 
Head Proctor 

Helen Stanley 
Freshman Representative 



McCULLOCH HALL COUNCIL 



Bill Mar ley 
President 

Bii i Black 
Vice-President 

Bill Elmi ike 
Secretary and 1 reasurer 

Ray Shore 
Junior Class Representative 

John 1 1 \i i 
Sophomore Class Representative 




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PENNY HALL COUNCIL 



Victor Strader 
President 

Bob Greene 
Vice-President 

Robert Beroth 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Thomas Weaver 
Upper-Class Representative 

Charles Foster 
Freshman Representative 




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DAY STUDENT COUNCIL 




Thomas Kei.i.am 
President 

Doris Nance 
Vice-President 

Stuart Hartley 
Secretary and Treasurer 



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THE ZENITH 




LOIS KATHRVN K.REIENBAUM 

Editor-in-Chief 



Anne Elizabeth Stuart 
Associate Editor 



We have worked we have struggled — we 
have progressed from frenzy to desperation— 
but we finally managed to take the last picture, 
write the last copy, obtain the last dollar, and 
join all the loose ends. Thinking back over 
the year, though, we have enjoyed it! 

Now we offer the Zenith to you a record 
of your year at High Point College. Between 
the covers you will find your friends, your 
class leaders, your sorority sisters, your frater- 
nity brothers, your professors. 

You will remember the fountain, the noisy 
bookstore, and the lamp of learning on top of 
the tower. Here arc the football and basket- 
ball teams for which you have cheered. Here 
is your College ! 




EDITORIAL STAFF 
Anne Stuart, Iris Williams, Janie Bartlett, Lois Kreienbaum, Henry Maddux, Betty Jane Gibbs. 



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THE ZENITH 



The Zenith Staff, besides the two top 
editors and business managers for this year, 
included Betty Jane Gibbs, Copy Editor: Forrest 
Brown, Photography Editor; Henry Maddux, 
Sports Editor; Janie Bartlett and Betty Spear- 
man, Feature Editors; Donald Helms, Staff 
Photographer; and Iris Williams and Doris Tant, 
Art Editors. 

For their help, patience and cooperation in 
the production of the 1950 Zenith, the stall 
wishes to thank Dr. Dennis H. Cooke for pro- 
viding an office for our use; Mr. Harry Porreca, 
and the entire staff of Zecca Studios, photog- 
rapher; Mr. William Oliver Smith of Edwards 
& Broughton Printing Company, printer 
and publisher; Miss Vera Idol, our beloved 
faculty adviser; our many advertisers; and all 
those who offered their time and energy in 
turning out this 1950 Zenith. 




Kill Marley 



Bob Marley 



Co-Business Managers 




BUSINESS STAFF 



Jimmy Kent, Donald I.akin, Charles Casey, Bob Marley, Ray Shore, ' 



Chic" Glaesner, Bill Maries-. Benniejo Davis. 



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Published by the Students of High Point College, High Point, N C, Moy 15, 1950 



High Point HI-PO Celebrates 23rd Anniversary 



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Editors: Paul Pryor, Sports Edito, 



: Grady Thomas, Editor-in-Chief; Fay King, Associate 
Jean Kerr, Feature Editor. 



Editor; Betty Jane Gibbs and Joyce Mills, Society 



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THE HI-PO STAFF 



First row, left to right: Joyce Mills, Betty fane Gibbs, Paul Pryor, Jean Kerr, Lucy King, Grady Thomas, Richard Fowler, Chester Brown 
Second row: Mr. A. S. Withers, Bonnie Crawford, Imogene Lewis, Cliff Shoal, Jimmy Huffsteller, Yalma Griggs, Bonnie Leonard, Cora 
Conner, Nancy Lawson, Hallie Gilbreath, and Darrell Vuncannon. 



ETA MU ETA 




Fi, a row, left to right: Edwin Auman, Lee Bridges, Fred Brown, George Clark. T. S. Jones. William D. Lee. 
Second row: Perry J. Peterson, Bill Queen, J. E. Sink, J. C. 1 hompson, Fred Walker, Garland W ampler. 



RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLUB 

The girl's Religious Education Club, made up of Religious Education majors and other girls 
interested in Religious activities, endeavor to enlighten the girls through their programs on matters 
pertaining to their religious life and work. 




First row, I 
Second row: 
Rose. 
Third row: 



•ft lo right: Ruth Myers, Lucille Craver, Mary DeVane, Betty Mellaril, Imogene Lewis, Tate Foust. 

Mary Lee Richardson, Lib Early, Doris Tant, Olivia Raper, Janie Bartlett, Barbara Cook, Ianthia Gerringer, Charmione 

Kate Parks, fo Anne Wyatt, Mildred Parrish, Hallie Gilbreath, Rosalie Kellis, Joanne Baker, Garlotta Autrey, Lois Kreienbaum. 



THE METHODIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 

The Methodist Student Fellowship is The Methodist Church at work in the college community, 
seeking through organized fellowships to provide for the spiritual, ethical, and social needs of the 
students. The local fellowship is a member of the vast Methodist Student Movement composed 
of fellowships on over four hundred college campuses. 

The officers of the organization arc as follows: Owen Fitzgerald, president; Fletcher Womble, 
vice-president; Janie Bartlett, secretary-treasurer; Annette Broome, reporter. Dean Lindley is 
the faculty adviser to the group. 




Owen Fitzgerald Fletcher Womble Janie Bartlett Annette Broot 



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CHRISTIAN STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Christian Student Council is the guiding body of religious activities on High Point College 
campus. Its purpose is to combine the religious activities of the campus into a strong organization 
to portray the Christian attitudes to all students. 



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First row, left to right: Betty Spearman, Janie Bartlctt, Doris Tant, Fletcher Womble. 
Second row: Dean Lindley, Mildred Parrish, Imogene Lewis, Iris Williams. 
Third rou<: Forest Brown, Harold Waters, George Thompson, Chester Brown. 

THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

The Ministerial Association is composed of those boys who are preparing for the ministry. 
They meet each week and enjoy programs which are informative and inspirational, programs 
which will aid them in their future work. 




Seated left to nght: Bob, McKenzie Forrest B™^,^ ld w Dwi ht Mashburn , George Thompson, Olin Jackson. 

rZdZ: S^^JbS^S^j^ *£«* **-• G ^ Dameron ' Joe Smith - Jeremiah Johnson - 



MAJORETTES 




Bottv Ann Barber, Arlyn Ray Hughes, Mary Frances Hunter, Donald Helms. 



THE BAND 




l,d Austin, Francis Booze, Lee Bridges, Bill Cox, Jr., Milton Crocker, John Crowder, George Dameron, Doyle Freeman, Sloan Gibson 
Donald Helms, Arlyn Hughes, Clarence Maxwell, Dennis Ricks, Ronald Smith, Ann Shipwash, Bill White. Jimmy Wofford, Mac Under- 
wood, Mr. Simmons, Director. 



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CHOIR 



Soprano Section 
Rose Anderson 
Louis Bui lei- 
Betty Belcher 
Bonnie Jean Crawford 
Mary Ella Coffey 
Barbara Cook 
Frances Dcarman 
Bonnie Leonard 
Sara McDougle 
Romona Rhodes 
Charmione Rose 
Helen Stanley 
LoElla Stroud 
Dixie Wilson 
Betsy Baker 
Joyce Layton 
Jean Gallienne 
Youthalene Nifone 



Alto Section 
Joanne Baker 
Margaret Burton 
Elinor Church 
Willie Davis 
Hilda Faye Maskc 
Ruth Meyers 
Kate Parks 
Olivia Raper 
Jo Wyatt 

1 enor Section 
Francis Booze 
Chester Brown 
Robert Ellis 
Reid Howard 
James Huffsteller 
Ted Orr 
Edgar Pepper 
Bobby Bonwell 
Robert Beroth 



Bass Section 

William Briggs 
Milton Crocker 
John Chowder 
Sloan Gibson 
Wayne Shelton 
Cliff Shoaf 
William White 
Jim Wofford 
George Thompson 
Kelly Chadwick 
Eel Sucta 




Mr. Albert J. Wood 
Director 




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HOME ECONOMICS 




The Home Economics Practice House is the scene of all classes for Home Economics majors. 
Here they do practice work and entertaining. The Juniors and Seniors live here while doing their 
practice work under the direction of Miss Ada Johnson. 




First row, left to right: Jimmy McGee, Bertha Lowe, Eugene O'Daniels, Ovid Kearns, Sue Allred. 

Second row: Bonnie Leonard, Horace Hunt, Margaret Payne, Bob Hughes, Lib Early. 

Third row: Miss Ada Johnson, Gary Henry, Jean Ray, C. L. Clapp, Dixie Henderson, Lyles Kearns, Lydia Teer, Ed Auman, Jane Ray, 
Forrest Brown, Pauline Calloway, and Billy Blackwood. 

Seated, left to right: Miss Ada Johnson. Pauline Calloway, Sue Allred, Stella Redding, Margaret Payne, Lib Early. 

Standine: Bonnie Leonard, Dixie Henderson, Jane Ray, and Ovid Kearns. 



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AMERICAN RED CROSS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

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Left to right: Imogene Lewis, Owen Fitzgerald, and Edwin 
Auman. 



First row, left to right: Imogene Lewis, Janie Bartlett, Barbara 
Cook. 

Second row: Jack Morrison, Margaret Southerland. 

Third row: Fletcher Wornble, Herman Coble, William Peeler 



LA TERTULIA 




Seated left to right: Charmione Rose, Jessie Hill, Earl Howell, Dorothy Montgomery, Nancy Tuttle, Don Jones, Bob Penny, 

Bill Oueen, Lawrence Langley. 

Standing: Dr. Hill, Mr. Yarborough, Dr. Driver, Professor Mired, John Czarnecki. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




Organized in 1942, the High Point College chapter of the Future Teachers of America 
was named for Calvin H. Wiley, the first Superintendent of Public Schools in North Caro- 
lina. Professor H. E. Coble was the first faculty adviser. 

This year the officers asked Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, President of High Point College, to 
serve as sponsor and Professor H. E. Coble and Miss Ruth Steelman to serve as co-advisers 
of the chapter. 

At the State Convention in Asheville, Donald Lakin of the local chapter was elected 
secretary of the Department of Future Teachers of America of the North Carolina Edu- 
cation Association. He was also chosen to represent North Carolina at the Institute of 
Organized Leadership Training sponsored by the National Educational Association at 
the American University in Washington, D. O, last summer. 

One of the most important projects of the chapter this year was the High School Day 
program, for which the college was host to 150 high school seniors on November 8, 1949. 
Another important program was the selection of the Outstanding Practice Teacher who 
was presented before the General Convention of the North Carolina Education Association 
at Raleigh, March 9-10-11. 

The 1949-50 officers of the chapter were the following: 

Donald Lakin, President 
Edward B. Jones, Vice-President 
Elizabeth Spearman, Secretary 
William Peeler, Treasurer 

The members of the organization were the following: Louise Bailey, Annette Broome, 
Gordon Burleson, Herman E. Coble, Jr., Cora Conner, Ruth Cook, Lucille Craver, Bennie 
Jo Davis, Emma Flynn, Elizabeth Gilbert, Bea Grimsly, Marv Lee Hcdgecock, James 
Hillman, James Holcomb, Frances Howell, Juanita Ingram, Ruth James, Jenny Johnson, 
Ruth Lane, Henry Maddux, Bob Marley, Gloria Foust Martin, Betty Mellard, Louella 
Stroud, Anne Stuart, Doris Tant, Joe Veasey, Fred Walker, Joanne Wyatt. 



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MARSHALS 






Ruby Workman 
Lamaric McArthur 
Joyce Mills 
Doris Nance 
Betty Jane Gibbs 



EDWIN AUMAN 
Chief 



Charles Payne 
Frank \'on Drehle 



Robert McKenzie 

Joseph Flvthe 

William Black 

Curtis Bovender 

Owen Fitzgerald 



The marshals have done an excellent job for the clubs and organizations which you have jus 
seen. These marshals are elected each year from the junior class by the faculty. It is indeed an 
honor to be elected marshal at High Point College. 

When a smiling, friendly boy or girl ushers you to your seat at a concert, lecture, chapel program, 
commencement exercise, or some other college function, you immediately think of qualities which 
enabled this student to be chosen as a marshal: namely character, appearance, dependability. 
and scholarship. 

The marshals of 1949-50 are to be commended for their hue spirit and co-operation. They did 
justice to the standards for which they were chosen. 



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THE STUDENT CENTER 



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OUEEN OF THE MAY 







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CORA LEE CONNER 
Candler, N. C. 




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MAIDS OF HONOR 




BERTHA LOWE 



MARY LYNX SMITH 




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ATTENDANTS 



Doris Nance and Joyce Mills, Juniors 

Lydia Teer and Mary Franc:es Hunter, Sophomores 

Marion Warren and Patricia Sides, Freshmen 



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HOMECOMING QUEENS 




JEAN AND JANE RAY 
Mehane, N. C. 



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HOMECOMING ATTENDANTS 




Left to right: Jean Kerr, Lamarie McArthur, Ruby Workman, Rynne Allen. 




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FRESHMAN 

Miss High Point College 
as selected by Mr. Frank Zecca 

MISS DORIS AUTREY 
High Point. North Carolina 








SENIOR 

MISS BERTHA LOWE 
High Point, North Carolina 



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JUNIOR 



MISS MARY LEE RICHARDSON 
Climax, North Carolina 



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SOPHOMORE 

MISS DIXIE WILSON 
Hisrh Point. North Carolina 



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FOOTBALL 

A SEASONAL REVIEW 

The football team of '49 gained only one victory, but they presented many exciting moments 
for their faithful Panther followers. 

In their first home appearance, the Panthers created a modern scoring record by swamping a 
light, undermanned group of soldiers from Pope Field 107-0. The issue was never in doubt as the 
men in Purple and White made the footballers from the Army Base regret ever having answered 
reveille. 

The next week, before the largest crowd of the season, the Panthers played a highly favored 
tribe of Catawba Indians to a draw for three quarters before bowing 6-0 on the dazzling run back 
of a kick by Homer Brewer, Indian fullback. The inspired men from H.P.C. thrilled a home- 
coming crowd with their vicious tackling and fine all-round defensive play. 

Following the hard-fought Catawba battle, the Panthers journeyed to Hickory to engage the 
Bears representing Lenoir-Rhyne. The High Point men were completely paralyzed during the 
first six minutes as the fierce mountain Bears rolled up a commanding 21-0 lead. Recovering 
from the shock, the Panthers fought back valiantly and held the Bears at bay for the rest of the 
game and scored one touchdown themselves. The score was set up with a 34-yard gallop by Bill 
Loyd to the Bear 1 . From there Clarence Ilderton drove across for the score. Max Morgan 
and Curt Bovender distinguished themselves in the middle of the Panthers with their excellent 
defensive play. 

Returning to their home field, the Panthers lost their fifth game of the season to the defending 
conference champions, Appalachian. The game was highlighted by a 77-yard punt return by 
Hugh Gordon which resulted in the only Panther score. Gordon took the punt on his own 23- 
yard line, shook off three tacklers, and headed up field. On the opposing teams' forty-yard line, 
he side-stepped the last Mountaineer and raced the remaining yards to score. 

The next week the Panthers spoiled the Guilford College's homecoming plans by tying the 
Quakers, 19-19- The Panthers looked like sure victors as they led, 19-6, in the fourth quarter 
on the passing combination of Frank vonDrchle to Illard Yarborough. But the Quakers met 
with success on long desperation passes and tied the game in the last minutes. Bill Loyd, unanimous 
choice for all conference honors, carried much of the Panther load on his broad shoulders with 
powerful plunges and vicious tackles. 

With nine men seriously injured, the Panthers matched might with Elon's Christians. The 
loss of the key players hurt the Panthers' chances and they came out on the short end of a 21-6 
score. The lone score came as a result of a blocked Christian kick. vonDrehle passed to freshman 
Jim Fisher for the tally. 

Returning to Albion Millis stadium, the Panthers ground out over 400 yards rushing and pass- 
ing but this all went to no avail as the high scoring contest with Eastern Carolina Teacher's Col- 
lege ended in a 26-26 tie. The victory-hungry Panthers lost the game in the last minute of play 
because of a mix-up in signals. 

In the last game of the season the Panthers suffered their worst defeat in years at the hands 
of Wofford, rated by most as the best small college team in the south, 83-13. 

Bill Loyd and Max Morgan were voted by their teammates as the most valuable men on the 
squad. Loyd, in addition, was a unanimous selection on the North State Conference all-star team. 

THE SEASON'S RECORD 

High Point 7 W.C.T.C. 20 

High Point o Newberry 25 

High Point 107 Pope Field o 

High Point o Catawba 6 

High Point 6 Lenoir-Rhyne 2 1 

High Point 7 Appalachian 2 1 

High Point 19 Guilford 1 9 

High Point 6 Elon 2 1 

High Point 26 E.C.T.C. 26 

High Point 13 Wofford 83 

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First row, left to right: Gray Cartwright, Paul Pryor, Ed Sueta, and Keith Mobley. 
Second row: Bob Diaper, Bill Waiz, Herman Deaton, and Don Embler. 
Third row: Lonnie Bledsoe, Jesse Joyce, and Leonard Hunt. 



A SEASONAL REVIEW 



The Purple Panthers of 1949-50 won the 
regular season championship of the North 
State Conference and were acclaimed by many 
as the best team ever to represent High Point 
College. 

Individual honors were won by Ed Sueta 
and Leonard Hunt. Both were selected on 
the all-conference team and Hunt was selected 
on the Daily News All-State team. 

The first team had Bill Waiz and Jesse Joyce 
at forwards. Eel Sueta at center, and Gray 
Cartwright, and Leonard Hunt at guards. The 
reserves were led by Bob Draper. Paul Pryor, 
and Don Embler. Keith Mobley and Herman 
Deaton also helped the Panthers' cause as re- 
serves. 

Hunt, sophomore guard, scored over 400 

points. Hunt, Waiz, Sueta, and Joyce all 

averaged over 10 points per game and each 

registered over 300 points for the season. 

The Panthers closed the season with a win 



over the McCrary Eagles. The victory gave 
the Panthers a record of 25 wins against 3 
losses. The losses were to Hanes Hosiery, 
E.C.T.C., and Elon. Against Hanes and 
E.C.T.C. the Panthers scored revenge victories. 
Elon's victory was in the North State Tourna- 
ment at Statesville. During the regular season 
the Panthers had beaten Elon twice. 

Bill Waiz and Gray Cartwright were the 
co-captains. Waiz, better known as "Goose," 
was one of the most reliable point-getters and 
was valuable under the boards with his re- 
bounds. 

Gray Cartwright, the least publicized of the 
"Big Five," played a major part in the success 
of the Panthers. He was the playmaker and 
team leader. He set up many goals for his 
teammates with accurate passes and thrilled 
spectators with his dribbling. His ability to 
dribble behind his back was always confusing 
to the opponents and a thrill to the crowd. 



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The center spot was held by Ed Sueta. He 
gained the nickname of "Easy" Ed as he re- 
minded Panther followers of a past Ail-Ameri- 
can, Ed McCauley. Sueta, only a sophomore, 
made fans forget the great play of graduate 
Ted Moran, with his hook shot and all-around 
ability. 

The last but not least member of the "Big 
Five" was Jesse Joyce. The cigar-smoking 
forward was a leader among the scorers and a 
great player. When things got rough for the 
Panthers, he could be counted on for fine play. 

Next year the Panthers will have eight of the 
first ten men returning. The two men who will 



graduate are Don Embler and Herman Deaton. 
Though both were reserves, their play shone 
bright at times and will be missed. 

Ralph James closed out his coaching here 
with the basketball season and is to be con- 
gratulated for the fine record made by his 
last team. The team came within two games 
of breaking a modern record for the state in 
consecutive wins. The Panthers ran up a string 
of eighteen victories before being stopped. 

This season was a great one for the Panthers, 
but with the first five men returning, next 
season promises to be an even greater one. 



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BASKETBALL RESULTS 

63 Erlanger 28 High Point 73 . 

53 Hanes Hosiery 5b High Point 87. 

67 Hanes Knit. 35 High Point 71 . 

64 Monroe Clippers 59 High Point 75. 

79 Eatmans 42 High Point 78. 

72 Erskine 58 High Point 69. 

84 McCrary 62 High Point 58. 

68 Hanes Hosiery 55 High Point 75. 

78. .Eatmans 49 Hioh Point 72. 

7S Catawba ^q u- u x> ■ * 

/J r ^ . ir , Hitfii Point qo. 

77 Guilford 59 ° . •' 

67 W.C.T.C. 57 Hl< ^ h Point 8 7 

73 W.C.T.C. 59 High Point 69. 

60 Appalachian 50 High Point 72. 



Lenoir-Rhyne 


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Appalachian 


60 


Elon 


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Elon 


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Lenoir-Rhyne 


81 


Elon 


74 


McCrary 


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"THE BIG FIVE' 




Left ro right: Leonard Hunt, Jesse Joyce. Ed Sueta, Bill Waiz, and Gray Cartwright 



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949 



As the wintry winds sweep across the tennis 
courts of High Point College, your editor won- 
ders of the new honors the Purple and White 
net team will gather. By the time the sunny 
weather and the Zenith hits the campus, the 
record for another year will be in the books. 

As the situation stands now, the netters 
should continue their winning ways. Until 
this season the netsmen had the best record of 
any tennis team in the state with thirty straight 
wins and forty-three wins in forty-four ties. 

With the winning record went the honor of 
holding the North State Championship for 
three straight years — more times than any other 
team in the history of the North State Con- 
ference. 

This year, the team, under the direction of 
Coach Arthur Paschal, will probably be led 
by Henry Maddux and Jake Steele. Maddux 
gained the honor of champion last year in the 



conference tournament at Elon. Steele was 
only a step behind and won runner-up honors. 

Three other lettermen, "Chic" Gleasner, 
Fay Gilbert, and Neil Maddux will probably 
hold down the next three positions on the six- 
man team. Neil Maddux returns as one-half 
of the champion doubles team; the other half, 
Joe Melvin, was graduated last year. 

Fay Gilbert was elected captain of the teams 
last year at the completion oi the season. 
The hustling junior, with two years on the 
squad, should prove very valuable this year 
as he is an excellent doubles player. 

With the first five places on the team prac- 
tically nailed down, Coach Paschal will have 
the job ol selecting the best qualified player 
for the number-six slot. The netsman will 
probably come from one ol the three junior 
varsity players, Bill Marley, Bob Marley, or 
Aleck Pappas. 



CHAMPS 



FOR 



1950 



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TENNIS TEAM 
Neil Maddux, Jake Steele, Henry Maddux, "Chick" Gleasner. 



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INTRAMURALS 



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Coach Arthur Paschal 



Intramural sports played an important part 
in the athletic activity of the students of High 
Point College in the year of 1949-50. For the 
second year it was in the hands of Coach 
Arthur Paschal. 

FOOTBALL 

The intramural football championship was 
won by the N.D.M. Club who stacked up 
eight victories without a loss or tie to mar their 
record . 

The N.D.M. Club and the E.H.O. both had 
powerful clubs and early in the season estab- 
lished themselves as favorites. They battled 
right down to the wire and the N.D.M. Club 
won out when Bob Draper intercepted a pass 
early in the championship game and streaked 
thirty-five yards for the score. The Bombers 
added the extra point, the margin of victory, 
on a pass from Henry Maddux to Stuart Mart- 
ley. The E.H.O. came roaring back and scored 
on a pass to Powell Jones. Their try for the 
extra point was unsuccessful. Though both 
teams threatened main - times to score, the 
score remained 7-6 in favor of the Bombers. 

The E.H.O. earned runner-up honors with a 
6 won, 2 lost record. 

As selected by the coaches, the intramural 
all-star team was as follows: 



Ends Bob Draper, N.D.M.; Whitey Allen, 
E.H.O; Powell Jones, E.H.O. 

Guards Bill Elmore, I.T.K.; Harry Card- 
well, Parsons. 

Center — Laverne Lowder, N.D.M. 

Backs— Stuart Hartley, N.D.M.; George 
Erath, Penny Hall, Leonard Hunt, E.H.O. 



BASKETBALL 

Coach Arthur Paschal scheduled an informal 
practice tournament before Christmas, which 
the Blaster won. Outstanding players for the 
Blasters were "Whitey" Allen, Don Hooper, 
Jimmy Foxworth, and Curt McDonald. 

As the Zenith goes to press, Coach Paschal 
has announced that 12 or more teams will be 
entered in the league which began after Christ- 
mas. 

SPRING PROGRAM 

Softball featured the spring program in 
intramural sports with bowling and volley- 
ball as close seconds in student interest. De- 
fending champs in volleyball was the E.H.O., 
and the N.D.M. Club in bowling and softball. 
Excellent crowds attended the softball games 
in particular. 



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First row, left to right: Laura Mac DeHavcn, Mary Lee Richardson, Marjorie Ingram, Pauline Calloway, Anita Cornelison, Ann Hendrix 
and Reba Wright. 

Second row: H. L. Wilson, Coach, "Inky" Gerringer, Kathleen Wade, Dorothy Stone, Patricia McCulloch, Rosalie Kellis. 
Third row: Anita Withers and Dorothy Arnette. 



GIRLS 1 BASKETBALL 

The first postwar High Point College girls 1 
basketball team was organized by Miss Dorothy 
Arnette and coached by H, L. Wilson. Al- 
though the girls did not compile as good a 
record as the boys, they provided many ex- 
citing moments for the students of H.P.C. 

Kathleen Wade, captain, led the team in 
total points and was the crowd-pleaser. The 
blond center was a close parallel to Eel Sueta, 
outstanding center for the boys 1 team. Her 
hook-shot which enabled her to secure All- 
State honors during high school days, was a 
threat to any opposing team. 

Other forwards are Mary Lee Richardson, 
Rosalie Kellis, "Inky 11 Gerringer, Marjorie 
Ingram, and Betty Barber. Richardson, an- 
other blond lassie and a transfer from Pfeiffer, 
plays the center position. She has added to 
the points with her set shots. Red-haired Rosic 
and her one-handed push shots have been very 
outstanding. Her 24 points in a game with 
Jamestown makes her hold the record for in- 
dividual scoring honors in any one game. 
"Inky" Gerringer, the shortest of the lot, is 
known for her speed and ability to handle the 
ball. Marjorie Ingram, the girl who shoots the 
long shots, is a very capable forward. Al- 
though Betty Barber did not join the team un- 



til late, she has proven to be a very valuable 
player. 

On the defensive unit are Anita Cornelison, 
Laura DeHaven, Pauline Calloway, "Dot" 
Stone, Reba Wright, and Ann Hendrix. Cor- 
nelison, an All-County player from Allen Jay 
High School, provided the nucleus for the 
Pantherettcs. DeHaven and Calloway proved 
valuable in getting rebounds and passing the 
ball to the offensive team. Reba Wright and 
Ann Hendrix proved to be valuable substitutes. 
"Dot" Stone was outstanding because of her 
speed and excellent passing. 

Miss Arnette and Coach Wilson are to be 
congratulated for their fine work in organizing 
the team. Although it was organized late and 
the schedule was limited, the results of the 
games next year will show what has been done 
this season. 

SCORES 

W.A.A. 48 Jamestown 18 

W.A.A. 34 Pleasant Garden 28 

W.A.A. 45 Jamestown 48 

W.A.A. 24 McCrary 38 

W.A.A. 42 Jamestown 30 

W.A.A. 38 TroyV.F.W. 53 



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GOLF 

Golf has been dropped from the sports agen- 
da at High Point College, but the Monogram 
Club hopes to sponsor a team this year. The 
schedule will probably be limited to conference 
opponents. 

II the Monogram Club accomplishes its 
purpose, the linksters will be defending cham- 
pions in the North State Conference. High 
Point has won the team title for the last four 
years. 

Grayson Dozier was elected captain at the 
annual letter-awarding banquet last spring. 
Missing from the squad will be five lettermen 
Ed Auman, John Kupice, John Lowdermilk, 
"Rook" Sappenheld, and Malcolm Sullivan. 



BASEBALL 

The Panther Baseball team of 1950 should 
be improved over last year's squad. The 



Panthers expect two outstanding pitchers, Bob 
Draper and Jimmy Swiggett, to lead a better 
than average ball team. 

Though the Panthers were not contenders 
last year, they proved troublesome and pulled 
the upset of the season when they knocked 
over the Indains from Catawba. 

The coach, who has not been named as the 
Zenith goes to press, will probably build his 
infield around two infield veterans. Curt Mc- 
Donald should again resume his short-stop 
duties, while Curt Bovender, leading batsman 
for 1949, swoops up balls around second base. 

The Panthers will miss '"Trees" Hoover and 
"Chief 1 Painter, two veterans who were gradu- 
ated last year. Both men were three year 
Lettermen and will be hard to replace. 

The catching position should be handled 
well by C. L. Kimble who was also one of the 
outstanding" hitters for the Purple and White 
men. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




First row, left to right: Dorothy Stone, Anita Cornelison, Marjorie Ingram Mary Lee Richardson, and Mary Lynn 
Smith. 

Second row: Rosalie Kellis, Kathleen Wade, Reba Wright, Laura Mae DeHaven, and Ann Hendrix. 



CHEERLEADERS 





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Z,f/7 to right: Jean Kerr, Bob McKenzie, Billic Stroud, Bob Marley, Head Cheerleader; Kathryn Hunter, John Hinton, and Betty Mellard. 



Bob Marley and his cheerleaders led the 
Panther supporters to a successful season in 
vocal support for the athletic teams of High 
Point College. In football, he was assisted by 
Bonnie Jean Crawford, Kat Hunter, John 
Hinton, Bob McKenzie, Betty Mellard, and 
Billic Stroud. 

The championship basketball team prob- 
ably received the largest amount of cheering 



ever attributed to a H.P.C team. The cheers 
were led by Joe Inman who threw all his energy 
into the job. Whenever things looked bad for 
the Panthers, Joe would don his coonskin cap 
and not only would the students break out 
with louder cheers, but the ball teams' spirits 
would rise and the Panthers would notch an- 
other victory and the bell would ring once 
again. 



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DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 



Organized 1929 





Fratres in collegia: Wilbur Blanton, Francis Booze, Robert Boyles, 
Lloyd Brown, Harry Carchvell, Charles Casey. 

Wiley Clary, Frank Early, Bill Fanelty, Owen Fitzgerald, Richard 
Fowler, Louis Gilley. 

Ted Hodge, Bob Honbarrier, Llyes Kearns, D. C. Lawson, Dean 
Lee, James McGhee. 

Bob Morrison, Fred Rogers, John Rush, Judson Ruth, Wayne 
Shelton, Ray Shore. 

Harold Simms, Billy 11. Smith, Jimmy Teachey, Bob Thornton, 
Paul Wattington. 

Not pictured: John Hall, Don Jones, Felix Long, Wilbur Thornton. 

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



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ALPHA THETA PSI 



( )rganized 1928 



Sorores in collegio: Betty Annum, Pauline Calloway, Mary Ella 
Coffey, Joyce Kearns, Lois Kreienbaum. 

Bertha Lowe, Margaret Payne, Ramona Rhodes, Chairmone 
Rose, Betty Spearman. 

Anne Stuart, Iris Williams, Dixie Wilson, 

Honorari sorores: Miss Ernestine Fields, Mrs. Alice Gorman, 
Mrs. C. R. Hinshaw, Miss Lillie Mae Moore, Mrs Alice Paige 
White. 





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EPSILON ETA PHI 

Organized 1927 





Fratres in collegin: David Allen. Joe Anderson, Terry Braswell, 
Gray Gartwright, Dave Cheedle, Bill Cheves. 

C. L. Glapp, Leroy Collins, W. G. Dinkins, Don Embler, Charles 
Foster, Powell Jones. 

Bill King, Charles Mann. John Norton, Charles Payne, Percy 
Payne, Bob Stone. 

Not pictured: Zack Anderson, Jack Eskridge, Jesse Joyce, Henry 
Stout. Sid Tayloe, Edgar Turner. 

Hanoi ari fratres: Prol. H. E. Coble, Dr. Ben H. Hill, Prof. X. P. 
Yarborousrh. 



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THETA PHI 

Organized 1927 



Sorores in collegia: Joanne Baker, Gloris Foust, Dixie Henderson, 
Mary Frances Hunter, Ovid Kearns, 

Lamarie McArthur, Doris Nance, Billie Stroud, Doris Jam, 
Ruby Workman. 

Honorari sorores: Miss Louise Adams, Mrs. N. M. Hanison, 
Mrs. N. P. Yarborough, Miss Ruth Steelman, Mis. Virgil Yow. 





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IOTA TAU KAPPA 

Organi ed 1927 




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Fratres in collegia: Lonnie Bledsoe, Charles Bragg, Wray Brower, 
John Crawford, Raymond Deal, Herman Deaton. 

William Elmore, Orbum W. Ferree, Jimmy Fisher, Oliver Hauser. 
James Franklin Hunsucker, Harold E. Hutchinson. 

Lawrence Langley, Boh McCarson, Paul Maydian, Keith Mohley, 
Thomas Morris, William D. Moser. 

Kenneth R. Owen. Lloyd Pardue, William S. Peeler, Jack B. 
Powell. Bol) L. Robertson, James T. Rusher. 

Leo A. Welch, Clayton Snyder. 

Not pictured: hey A. Teague, Thomas F. Mixon, Harry Matthews, 

Honoran fratres: Prof. C. R. Hinshaw, Dr. P. E. Lindley. 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 

Organized 1928 



Sorores in collegia: Sue Allred, Carlotta Autrcy, Bennie Jo Davis, 
Betty Jane Gibbs, Kathryn Hunter. 

Dorothy Jackson, Joyce Mills, Dorothy Montgomery, Mildred 
Parrish, Jean Sherlock. 

Mary Lynn Smith. 

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





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N.D.M. CLUB 

Organized 1939 





Curt Bovender, Ray Burleson, Roger Carnie, Truman Ferrell, 
Hugh Gordon. 

Stewart Hartley, Tommy Kellam, Laverne Lowder, Bill Loyd, 
Tommy McGee. 

Henry Maddux. Greg Merhige, Aleck Pappas, Jim Perry, Frank 
von Drehle. 

\'ot pictured: Bruce Bailey. Bob Draper, Ollie Gondolie, Joe 
Harrell, Bill VVaiz. 



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DELTA BETA ALPHA 



Organized 1947 



Bill Black, Forrest Brown, Vernon Ennis, Fay Gilbert, Regis 
Glaesner. 

Bob Heath, Herbert Herring, Jim Herring, Gary Henry, Reginald 
Hieser. 

Neil Maddux, Bill Marley, Bob Marley, Kyle Stephenson, Paul 
Ward. 

Honorari jratres: Mr, Arthur G. Paschal, Prof. David Braithwaite. 





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E.P.O. CLUB 

Organized 1949 







Ed Austin, Bill Cameron, Al Casey, John Czarnecki. 

Fred Darkis, C. L. Kimball, Paul Pryor. 

Ed Sueta, Mack Underwood. 

Mot pictured: Jack Klein, Dayton Crews, Peter Hotis, Art Nicholas, Don Supcoe, 
Charlie Jones, Gene Palko. 



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Compliments oj 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

Corner of South Main and Nathan Hunt Drive 
PHONE 3284 


For Quality Dairy Products 
LINDALE DAIRY CORPORATION 

"It's Our Pleasure to Serve You'' 

West Lexington Avenue 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments oj 

THE BLOSSOM SHOP 

Across the Street from the College 


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 


BORDEN'S GIBSON ICE CREAM 

Manufacturers 

Distributors 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND OF HIGH POINT COLLEGE 


Compliments of 

REDWINE HARDWARE COMPANY 

208 North Main Street 

PHONE 3-4444 

High Point, North Carolina 


HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



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JEFF'S DRUG STORE 

"Where the Students Meet to Eat 1 ' 


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HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 

WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS 


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SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

"Shoes for Entire Family" 

"BETTER SHOES FOR LESS - ' 

119 N. Main Street PHONE 20!!{J 


THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP 

EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR 
AND MILLINERY 

Arcade Building : High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of 

"CLUB 52" 

ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments oj 

GENERAL HARDWARE & LUMBER CO. 

239 White Oak Street 
Asiieboro, N. C. 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

"Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention" 

114 East High Street TEL. 2807 
HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Mrs. Williams and Son Joel 


HIGH POINT SAVINGS & TRUST 

CONSERVATIVE BANKING SINCE 1905 


Compliments oj 

ANDERSON'S WEST END DRUG STORE 

1550 English Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

PHONE 2376 


Member F. D. I. C. 


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CRANFORD'S INDUSTRIES IN ASHEBORO 


HEDRICK'S SPORTING GOODS 


Compliments oj 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

123 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


160 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


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PHONE 5-5927 



THE 



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KNITTING 



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MANUFACTURERS OF HOSIERY 



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"Say It With Flowers— and Say It With Ours" 

206 West Howell Street 
PHONE 3964 



Compliments of 

GILLS LADIES SHOP 

128 South Main Street 
PHONE 3920 



B. W. BARKSDALE, Representative 
ACORN REFINING CO. 

PAINTS AND ETC. 
664 West 4th Street Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Compliments of 

LESTER'S JEWELRY 

ELGIN : HAMILTON WATCHES 

Wood Art Carved and Keepsake Diamonds 

224 North Main Street 



ZEP MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 

The South' s Leading Manufacturer of 

CLEANERS : WAXES : DISINFECTANTS 

JANITOR AND SANITARY SUPPLIES 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

KOONCE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Phone 4545 

High Point, North Carolina 



ROSE FURNITURE COMPANY 

"Where Quality and Price Meet" 

243 South Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

PHONE 4332 



HORACE G. ILDERTON 
"Your Dodge Dealer" 



HIGH POINT HARDWARE COMPANY 

GENERAL HARDWARE and MILL SUPPLIES 

High Point's Newest and Most Modern 

High Point, North Carolina 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY 



Serving High Point and Vicinity 



TEMPLE-CURRY MOTOR CO., INC. 

AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 

781 North Main Street 

PHONE 5979 

Hicn Point, North Carolina 



Compliments oj 

COLLEGE GRILL 

Five Points 
PHONE 6-1149 



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DICK CULLER'S, INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 

238 North Wrenn Street 

PHONE 3687 



One Student Tells Anolhe 



JliBiEiRlI § 

OEPENDABL6 JEWELERS 

HIGH POINT N C 

2 Doors From Center Theater 







CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE SENIORS 

and 

BEST WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS 
AND HAPPINESS 

* 

McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 
Makers of Famous McCrary "Seam-Reminder'''' Stockings 








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I'll furnish the electric power. You furnish the 
greatest power of all — human character. To- 
gether, we'll make the Piedmont Carolinas the 
best place on earth in which to live and work. 

DUKE 

PX)WER COMPANY 



Compliments oj 

SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 

DIAL 3393 
210-212 Pine Street 


P. 0. Box 1903 : Tel. 2904 

RICHARDSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

133-135 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


INGRAM'S PHARMACY 

1301 North Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

TELEPHONE 3313 


CUMBY-DAVIS MORTUARY 

AMBULANCE 2646 


COME TO STAMEY'S Before you go anywhere! 

759 North ^ *— ^ JL- \ \*^ ^^^ f ^"*« X -. HlGf[ PolNT > 
Main Street C^lCArVl&WS j£UMHHi<£ C^^V N. C. 

Leather Goods and Gifts Distinctive Luggage 


Compliments oj 

JACKSON HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

FINISHERS OF HOSIERY 


DIANA SHOPS 

167 South Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

TELEPHONE 5420 


High Point's Finest Ladies Store 


RURY'S 

"High Point's Largest 
Credit Jeivelry" 

159 South Main Street 


CLOVER BRAND DAIRIES, INC. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

"Let Clover Brand Purity Be Your Security" 


GRIFFITH OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 

213 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Guilford Furniture Company, Inc. 

RETAIL FURNITURE 

309 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


WELCOME TO 

THE SHERATON HOTEL 

"Noted for Good Food"' 


W. F. MAULDIN, INC. 

"Your Buick Dealer" 

819 North Main Street TEL. 3411-12 
High Point, North Carolina 



Meet Your Classmates At 

STEELE'S DINER 

Five Points 


Compliments oj 

W. 1. ANDERSON 

WHOLESALE GROCERY 
DISTRIBUTORS 


Compliments oj 

MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 


Compliments oj 
HIGH POINT LAUNDRY, INC. 

228 North Wrenn Street 

PHONE 3325 

High Point, North Carolina 




FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 

PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 


Compliments oj 

RAINBOW SUPPER CLUB 

For Reservation Phone 9570 
Between High Point and Greensboro 


CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY COMPANY 

Telephone 4507 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

J. W. SECHREST h SON, INC. 

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1397 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 


STROUD'S FLORIST 










GOOD 
FOOD 








Greensboro Road 




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PHONE 3-5316 


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High Point's Largest Leading- 


CHIC 
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GUEST 

john Sexton & co. 

AGO — LONG ISLAND CUT — PHHADEl 
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Compliments of 
KERNS BAKERY, INC. 


Compliments oj 

N. H. SILVER, INC. 



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



HIGH POINT, THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 



"Nothing But Service To Sell" 



Complimenls oj 



LOGAN PORTER 
MIRROR COMPANY 



MASTER MIRRORS 



Compliments of 



HOME 



BUILDING, INC 



Asheboro., North Carolina 



A Short Course in Success 



Back in 1923 the twenties were just beginning to roar . . . 
folks were singing "Barney Google," "Ain't Goin' Rain No 
Mo'," and "Yes, We Have No Bananas" . . . jazz music was 
the new sensation and a dance called the Charleston was 
sweeping the nation . . . the ladies were striving for a boyish 
figure and the Ziegfeld Girls were the toast of Broadway 
. . . over in Germany a scrawny little Nazi named Adolph 
Hitler was thrown in the clink for fomenting a beer-hall 
rebellion. It was quite a year. 

That same year in Burlington, North Carolina, workmen 
were clearing a nearby cornfield to build a small textile 
mill. Some local businessmen were risking their money in a 
bedspread manufacturing venture. That was the beginning 
of Burlington Mills, a company destined to play a leading 
role in the rise of man-made yarn from obscurity to a place 
of major importance in textiles. 

During the past 25 years Burlington Mills has grown from 



one small mill at Burlington into one of the world's largest 
producers of rayon fabrics. It now has 74 plants in six states 
and four foreign countries employing over 27,000 people. 
Teamwork between management and skilled, loyal em- 
ployees made Burlington Mills a textile leader. Teamwork 
also produced the highest quality textile products at the 
lowest possible cost. 

This successful formula was possible because American 
free enterprise permitted constant improvements in materials 
and machinery, development of our human resources, better 
methods of production, and an incentive for progress and 
growth. The formula brought better quality fabrics to the 
consumer. It brought better jobs, higher pay, increased 
benefits, and excellent working conditions to employees. 

And so. 25 years after, Burlington Mills wears a badge of 
success. Its multitude of products are truly "Woven Into 
the Life of America." 



HIGH POINT WEAVING PLANT 
HILLCREST THROWING PLANT 

Units of 



Burlington Mills 

"Woven into ^-J the Life of America" 




Executive Offices 



Greensboro, N. C. 



Compliments oj 

KOPPER KETTLE 

FRIED CHICKEN AND STEAKS 
With a Homey Atmosphere 



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QUALITY SHOE STORE, INC. 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 
High Point, North Carolina 



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