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Wrenn Memorial Lior-ary 

High Point Col legs 
High Point, North Carolina 





Published annually bv the student 



body of High Point College 



WILLIAM PENEIELD, Editor-in-Chief GARLAND WAMPLER, Business Manayer 

MARY ALICE TESH, Associate Editor LUCILLE CRAVER, Associate Bus. Manager 

MISS E. VERA IDOL, Faculty Adviser 







FORE 



In the 1952 Zenith we have endeavored to cap- 



ture for a few moments the incidents and per- 



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alities which have made college lite what it 




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Men's Dormitory 



is. On these pages appear our friends as they 



will live in our hearts; here are recorded the 



events which have developed and strengthened 



our character; 




Field House 



Harrison Gymnasium 



WORD 



Symbolized here are challenges to our intellect 



and deepening spiritual influences. Here are 



scenes which will haunt our memories; here an 




Dormitory Side Entrance 



H'lnii|)ses of our gaiety and fun. 




Home Economics House 




Student Center 



Wrenn Memorial Library 




dedication 



A noteworthy quality of ;i good teacher is his ability to cultivate friendships with 
his students. As we look back over our college experiences, we think of a man who truly 
fulfills both requirements: be is a true friend and an excellent teacher. He came to High 
Point College ill its infancy; lie supported it through its trying years; be remains as it 
enters a new era of increased usefulness. In his friendly smile and admirable character 
we see embodied the high qualities which symbolize the spirit of High Point College. 
Cherishing the remembrance of his inspiration to us, we gratefully dedicate the 1952 
Zenith to Professor N. P. Yarborough, our teacher and friend. 




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Contents 




President 



DR. DENNIS HARGROVE COOKE 
A.B., M.Ed., Ph.D. 



Executive Board of Trustees 



Resident Bishop, Charlotte Area Costen J. Harreli,, D.I). 

President of High Point College — Dennis H. Cooke, Ph.D. 

1952— H. F. Hunsucker, \V. A. Lambeth, Charles W. McCrary, Blaine Madison, J. E. 
Pritchard, ('. C. Robbins, Jr., William F. Womble. 

1953 — C. L. Amos, Harry B. Finch, Joshua Home, A. J. Koonce, F. Logan Porto-, 
Mrs. Katie MaeAulev Rankin, J. D. Williams. 

1954 .1. Chile Aumaii, Horace S. Haworth, Vernon Hodgin, G. Rav Jordan, G. II. 
Keaims, II. A. Millis, E. W. Teague. 

1955 -Mrs. I). S. Coltrane, C. A. Dillon. Bishop Paul N. Garber, Dr. C. L. Gray, L. F. 
Ross, S. W. Tavlor.* 



Vacancy. 






J. HoilART Al.I.KEI). 

A. 15.. A.M. 
Dean of Students 

Professor of Modern 

Language 










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Clifford R. Hinshaw 

A.B.. M.A., A.M.. Litt.D. 

Dean of Instruction and 
Director of the Summer 

School 

Professor of Education and 
Psychology 




N . P, \ ARBOROUGH 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Modern 
Languages 



faculty and Staff 



E. J. CoLTRANE 

A.B.. A.M.. Ed.D. 

Financial Representative 



Betty S. Perry 
Counsellor for Women 



Arthur B. Williams, 15. S. 
Bursar 




faculty and Staff 




First row, left to right: 

Louise Adams, A.B., A.M.. Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics and Alumni Executive Secretary 

Philip Angeles, A.B.. M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., Professor 

of Modern Languages 
Madie W. Barrett, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D., Instructor in 

Modern Languages 

Helen Bautlett, A.B.. A.M., Ph.D., Professor of 
History 

Al.UA T. Berry, A.B., M.A.. Assistant Professor of 
Businss 

Second row, left to right: 

Marcella Carter, A.]?.. B.S. in L.S.. Librarian 

Herman E. Coble, A.B.. M.A., Associate Professor of 
Education 

William W. Collins, B.S.M.. Assistant Professor of 
Music 

Edmund O. (Ymmings, B.S.. Ph.D.. Professor of Chan- 
is t ry 

Anne Highsmith Dale, A.B.. Instructor in Business 



Third row, left to right: 

RlCHARD S. Dale, B.S., A.M., Assistant Professor of 
Business 

Robert McCue Davis, A.B., Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education and Head Coach 

Stewart C. Deskins, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D., Professor of 
Social Sciences 

Mary H. Fearing, Supervisor 

Ernestine Fields, B.Mns.. B.S.. M.Mus., Assistant 
Professor of Music 



Fourth row, left to right: 

\\ . H. Geyer, Foreman for Buildings ami Grounds 

Velma Hatsek, Assistant to Bursar 

Mabel W. Hill, A.B.. M.A.. Instructor in English and 
Assistant Librarian 

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

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



Faculty and Staff 




First row, left to right: 

E. Vera Idol, A. 15., B.S.. M.A., Professor of English 

Ada B. Johnson, B.S., M.S., M.A., Assistant Professor 
of Home Economics 

Nancy Kepley, Bookkeeper 

Jeanne Lee, Secretary to the Registrar 

PERCY E. LlNDLF.Y, A.B., A.M.. Litt.D., Professor of 
Religious Education 

Second rote, left to right: 

Charlotte C. Locke, A. 15., Instructor in Biology 

William R. Locke, A.B.. S.T.B.. I'll. I).. Associate Pro- 
fessor of Religious Education 

Lincoln Lorenz, A.B., A.M., Ph. D., Professor of 
English 

Edith Matthews, B.S., M.S.. Assistant Professor of 
Home Economics 

James W. Moefitt, B.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Associate Pro- 
fessor of History and Education 



Third row, left to right: 

Edna I). Paschal, Recreation Director 

Arthur Garner Paschal, B.S., M.S., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education 

James L. Pettit, Cafeteria Manager and Dietitian 

Ellen Philbeck, B.S., A.M.. Instructor in Physical 
Education 

Mabel Griffin Rf.avis, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate 

Professor of Mathematics 

Fourth row, left to right: 

Ruth A. Steelmax, A. 15.. A.M.. Assistant Professor 
of Education 

Lorene Ward, Secretary to the President 

C'laha Whitaker, Housemother, Woman's Hall 

Alice Paige White, A. 15., A.M., Assistant Professor 
of English 

Joseph M. Wilson, B.S.. A.M., Eel. I).. Professor of 
Music 

Arthur S. Wither*, A 15.. M.A.. Professor of English 




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€ I a s s e s 



Seniors 




heft tit right: .'over Kearns, Student Government Representative; Dixie Henderson, Secretary /mil Treasurer; 
Bill Hunter. President; NTancv Tvsinger, Vice-President. 



On these pages appear the faces of classmates who have influenced us during a 
formative period of our lives. To them we express our heart-felt thanks. Our affection 
for High Point College will increase immeasurably in the years ahead. In our hearts 
we cherish the memory of unforgettable friends and events. It is, therefore, with mixed 
emotions of joy and sadness that Ave leave these halls. Our greatest wish is that we, the 
class of 1952, in our individual lives will achieve some measure of success and will reflect 



honor upon our alma mater. 



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Who's Who 




Sue Allrt-d 



Lucille Craver Frances Dearm 



Ralph Futrell 



Dorene Lewis 



Doug Hollironk 



Bill Hunter 



Garland Wampler 



Bill Penfield 



Martha Queen 



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JOHN" HOWARD ALLEN 
El Dorado. N. C. 
B.S. Music 
Dormitory Council. Section Represent- 
ative; Methodist Student Fellowship 
.{. t; Band 3; Choir. Pfeiffer I. 2. High 
Point ■'!. I' ; Award for Advancement in 
Piano :i. 



ROBERT ALLEN 

El Dorado. N. C. 

A.B. Social Studies 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1; Pfcif 
t'er I, _' ; Religious Education Cluh I; 
Cross Country '1'rack I ; P. B. M. C. ] ; 
Dormitory Council. 



SUE ALLRED 

Worthville. N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Correspond- 
ing Sec. I; Marshal 3; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges; Modern Priscilla 
I, 2; Religious Education Cluh .'!. t; 
Future Teachers of America 4, Social 
and Publicity Chairman; Zexith Fea- 
ture Editor t; Dance Committee 4; 
May Court Attendant 3, 1- ; Methcdist 
Student Fellowship 3. 

JAMES W. AN (.HI. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 'A. 1, Sec. 



EMILY BADGETT 

Pilot Mountain. N. C. 
A.B. English and Social Studies 
Red Cross Club ■'! ; Women's Athletic 
Association t; Hi-Po Reporter t; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 2, 3, Jt ; 
La Tertulia 3, t. 



ROBERT J. BARBEE, JR. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science 



CLAUDE L. BARRETT. JR. 

Kinston. N. C. 
A. 15. English 
Kappa Chi 3, t, President t; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 1. :i. t; Christian 
Student Council -'i. t ; Ministerial As- 
sociation I. 2, :!. Secretary 1. '■',. 



PATRICK BENCINI 

High Point. N. C. 
B.S. Business 
Iota Tan Kappa Fraternity. 



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1952 



ED BENDER 
Lexington, N\ C. 

15. S. Business 



CLARENCE HEN FIELD 
Statesville, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; High 
Point College Chamber of Commerce 
.'!, 4 ; Future Teachers of America t; 
Baseball 3; La Tertulia 2. 



GAYLE BILLINGS 
High Point. N. C. 

A.B. Mathematics 



KEN BOST 
Gastonia, N. ('. 

15. S. Physical Education 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Sr. Superl- 
ative "Friendliest"; Gardner-Webb, 
Football 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2. 



ALTON HALL BROADWAY 

Albemarle, N. ('. 
A. 15. English, Social Science 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; 
Zenith Business Staff •') ; Choir t; 
Christian Student Council 3, -L Presi- 
dent t; Pfeiffer, President of Delta 
Psi Omega 2 ; Speaker's and Actor's 
Guild. 



IRIS BROWN 

Asheville, N. C. 

A. 15. Primary Education 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sororitv; Dormitory 
Council, Head Proctor 1; Religious 
Education Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 
of America -1 ; Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 3, 4; Pfeiffer Junior College 
1, 2; Science Club 1.2; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 



REBEKAH A. BROWN 

Greensboro. N. C. 
A.B. Primary Education 

Red Cross Club :5 ; Future Teachers of 
America •!• ; International Relations 
Club 1 ; La Tertulia 3, !• ; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 2, ."J, !• ; Greensboro 
College I, Y.W.C.A. I. 



ROBERT II . BUIE 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

International Relations Club. Pres. 4. 




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MARVIN S. CALLOWAY, JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Forensics Chili 2. 3 ; Dramatics 2. 



MARY E. C, CARDWELL 
Leaksville, N. C. 
B. S. Music 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Clioir 1. 2, 
:i. Sec. •'! ; Piano Award 2; High Point 
College Quartet •'! ; Baptist Student 
Union, Vice-President 3; Honor Roll 
1. 2. Dean's List 3. 



ELMO L. CASSELL 

High Point. N. C. 
15. A. Social Science 



GEORGE CLARK 
Raleigh, N. C. 

B.S. General Science 
Junior Class Representative to Student 
Government 3; Eta Mu Eta 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Dance Committee 4. 



GLENN CLUBB 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 
N.D.M. Club; Appalachian State 
Teachers' College ] . 



FRANK COCKRAN 

High Point. N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 



SAMUEL J. COLE 
Fayetteville, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science 
Louisburg Junior College: Basketball 
1.2; President Senior Class; Best- Ail- 
Around ; Monogram Club 1, 2. High 
Point: N.D.M. Club; Future Teachers 
of America t; Basketball .'i. 4; Mono- 
gram Club •'!. V. 



BILL COLLETTE 

(ana. N. C. 
B.S. Physical Education 

E.P.O. Fraternity. See. 4; Block "IF 
Club 2. 3. 4; Football 1. 2; Basebal 
1.2. 3. 4. 



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1952 



HUGH C. CONNER 

Lincolnton, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Ap- 
palachian State Teacher's College 1, 2. 

CHARLES T. COX 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Grammar School Education 

Future Teachers of America 4; Inter- 



national Relations Club 4; Hi-Po 
Dean's List 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



4; 



LUCILLE CRAVER 
Lexington, N. C. 
A.B. Religious Education, Social 
Science 
Dormitory Council, Vice-Pres. 3; (lass 
Sec.-Treas. 3; Order of the Lighted 
Lamp 3, 1; Marshal .3; Who's Who 
4; Religious Education Club 1. 2. 3. 4, 
Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Student Christian 
Council Representative 4; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Sec.- 
Treas. 2, 1; Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship 1, 2. 3, I; Christian Student 
Council, Sec.-Treas. 4; Zenith As- 
sistant Business Manager 4; Senior 
Superlative "Most Likely to Succeed"; 
Dramatics 2 ; May Court Attendant 3. 

BONNIE JEAN CRAWFORD 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A.B. Primary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Vice-Pres. 
3; Future Teachers of America 3; In- 
ternational Relations Club 3; Hi-Po 
Typist 1 ; Choir 1 ; Sr. Superlative 
"Wittiest"; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Home- 
coming Attendant 2; La Tertulia 2. 3; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1. 

DAYTON CREWS 

High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

E.P.O. Fraternity, Commissioner 2, 3; 

Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Block 

"H" Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHNSIE CROWLEY 

Milton, N. C. 
A.B. Social Studies 
Future Teachers of America 4. 

FREDERICK R. DARKIS 
Durham, N. C. 
A.B. History, English 
E.P.O. Fraternity. 

BETSY DEAN 
Randleman, N. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 
Brevard College 1, 2; Religious Edu- 
cation 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 
4; Methodist Student Fellowship 3, 4; 
Clarion Staff 1, 2; Choir 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa I, 2, Sec. 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 
]. 2; Women's Chorus 2; Euterpean 
Literary Society 1,2; Dramatics Club 
2; Christian Workers' Club 1,2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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MARTHA A. F. DEARMAN 
High Point. N. C. 
B.S Music 
Marshal 3; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and 
Colleges 4; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 4; International Relations Club 4; 
Zenith Business Staff 4; Hi-Po Music 
Editor, Business Staff 4; C'iioir 1, 2. 3, 
1; Dance Committee 4; Music Educa- 
tors' National Conference 3, 4; Secre- 
tary to Dean of Instruction and Direc- 
tor of Summer School 1. 2, 3, 4. 

LAURA MAE DE HAVEN" 

Hagerstown, Md. 

B.S. Physical Education 

Alpha Theta Psi Sorority, Treas. 4; 
Day Student Council, Sec. 3; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 2; Pres. 3; Future Teachers of 
America I. 

LUTHER SAM DOCKERY 
High Point, X. C. 
Iota Tan Kappa Fraternity; Student 
Government I; Day Student Council, 
Pres. t; Eta Mu Eta 1, 2, 3; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Sr. Superlative 
"Best Looking.'' 

LEWIS H. DODSOX 

Sandy Ridge, X. C. 

A.B. Social Science, Religious 

Education 

Brevard College I; Ministerial Associa- 
tion 1. 2. 3. 

OUIDA DULIX 

Spray. X. C. 
A.B. Primary Education 
Brevard College 1. 2, Women's Athletic 
Association 2; Brevard-Christian Work- 
ers' ]. 2; Bailor 1. 2; Betty Lamp 
Home Ec. Club 2; Eolk Dance 1. 2; 
Brevard Methodist Church Choir 1 ; 
Religious Education Club 3, 4; Meth- 
odist Student Fellowship 3, 4; The 
Lisle Fellowship. 

WATSON GENE DULL 

Cana. X. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

E.P.O. Fraternity, See. 3, Viee-Pres. 1. 

WILLIE DEAX DULL 

Cana, X. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternitv, Yice- 

Pres. 4; Baseball 2. 

CHARLES L. DUNN 

Conway. S. ('. 
A.B. Social Science 
Kappa Chi 4; Band 3, 4. 



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1952 



JACQUELINE EAST 

Greensboro, N. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Religious Education Club 1 ; Future 

Teachers of America 1; Internationa] 

Relations Club 4. 



FRED K. ELKINS 
Durham, N . C. 
A.B. Religion 
Kappa Chi; La Tertulia. 



GEORGE S. ERATH 

Chicago, 111. 

B.S. Business Administration 

N.D.M. Club. Pres. 1; High Point 

College Chamber of Commerce t. 



WILLIAM G. ERVIN 
Charlotte. X. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity, Treas. 1; 
Brevard Junior College 1.2; Brevard 
Club 3; Football 1.2; Monogram Club 
1,2; Dormitory Council 1. 2. 



OLIVER A. FARABEE 

Lexington, N. C. 
B.S. Physical Education 



AVERY FERGUSON 

High Point. N. C. 
A.B. Social Sciences 
Dean's List 3. 



WILLIAM T. FORBIS 

High Point. X. C. 

A.B. Religion 



JOHN W. FRANKLIN 

Durham. X. C. 
A.B. Mathematics 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Futun 
Teachers of America 4; Tennis 3. 




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RALPH LEE FUTRELL 
Walkertown, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education 
Student Government Council 4; Dormi- 
tory Council, Pres. 4; Marshal 3; Who's 
Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 4; Choir 2, 
:>. t; Bast-hall :S. 4; Christian Student 
Council Representative t. 



GARLAND V. GREENE 
Mocksville, X. C. 
B.S. Mathematics, Physical Education 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; Base- 
hall 1. 2, :i: Bloek "H" Club 1, 2, 3. 



KENNETH DAVID GREENE 

High Point. X. C. 
B.S. Physical Education, Primary 
Education 
F.P.O. Fraternity; Student Govern- 
ment. Millikan Hall Representative 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Appa- 
lachian State Teacher's College 1. 



JAMES CHALMUS GROSE 
Statesville, X. C. 
A.B. English 
Forensics 3; Kappa Chi 4, Vice-Pres.; 
Band .'!, t; Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 4; Brevard College 
1,2; Ministerial Association, Vice-Pres. 
2; Delphian Literary Soeiety, Vice- 
Pres. 2. 



./OILS HALL 
Spray. X. C. 
A.B. Social Science 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Vicr- 
Pres. 3, Pres. 1. ; Dormitory Council, 
Sophomore Representative ; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Sr. Superlative 
"Wittiest"; Tennis 3, 4. 



JAMES HAMILTON 

Wadeville, X. C. 

A.B. Social Studies 

Kappa Chi 4 ; Ministerial Association 

3; Methodist Student Fellowship 



1, 



3. 4. 



JOSEPH J. HAUSER 

Pfafftown. X. C. 

A.B. Social Studies 



DOXALD L. HELMS 
Charlotte, X. C. 
B.S. Business 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity. 



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1952 



DIXIE HENDERSON 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. Home Economics 
Theta Phi Sorority; Student Govern- 
ment, Sec. and Treas. 3; Class Govern- 
ment, Sec. and Treas. t ; The Order of 
the Lighted Lain]) 3, 4; Modern Pris- 
cilla 1, 2, 3, 4, See. 2, Pres. 4; Home 
Management Club 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4; Zenith Business Staff t ; 
La Tertulia 3; Baptist Student Union 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Christian Student Council 
4. 

JIMMY HERRING 

Selma, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science 
Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity. 

DOUGLAS HOLBROOK 
High Point, N. ('. 
B.S. Business 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity, Pres. 4; 
Student Government Pres. 4 ; The 
Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Mar- 
shal 3; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 
4; Sr. Superlative "Most Likely to 
Succeed"; Dean's List 1, 2. 3. 

RICHARD HORNADAV 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Re- 
cording Sec. 4; Choir 3; High Point 
College Chamber of Commerce 3. 

WILLIAM HARRIS HUNTER 
Greensboro, N. C. 
A.B. English, Social Science 
President, Senior Class; Marshal '■', ; 
Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges 4 ; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3. 
Vice-Pres. 4; International Relations 
Club 4; Zenith Business Staff 4; Hi-Po 
Editorial Staff 4; Sr. Superlative "Most 
Intellectual"; Dramatics 2; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

RUDOLPH JAMES 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
N.D.M. Club. 

JERRY L. JARVIS 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
B.S. Accounting 
Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity, Sec. 4; 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Zenith Business 
Staff 4; Hi-Po Associate Editor 4; Sr. 
Superlative "Most Popular"; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Representative to the 
National Oratorial Contest 3. 

WHLLIAM H. JENKINS 

Shelby, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science 
Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity. 




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JENNY LIN I) JOHNSON 

Siler City. N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Future Teachers of America 1 . 3. 



JEREMIAH JOHNSON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A.B. English 
Kappa Chi 3, 4; Ministerial Association 
1. '_', :S. f; Future Teachers of America 
1- ; Zenith Business Staff 4; Assistant 
to Professor in English Department. 



TENNYSON JONES 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
15. S. Music 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Band 
3, t; Music Educators' National Con- 
ference ■'). 4; Appalachian State Teach- 
ers' College 1, 2; Hand I, 2; Choir 1. 2. 



MRS. VICTOR E. JONES 

(ireenshoro, N. C. 

A.B. Education 



JESSE B. JOYCE 

Fieldale, Va. 

B.S. Physical Education 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Future 

Teachers of America 4 ; Sr. Superlative 

"Most Athletic"; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



JOYCE S. KEARNS 

High Point, N. C. 

A.B. English 

Alpha Theta Psi Sorority, Vice-Pres. 
t ; Student Government, Class Repre- 
sentative 4; Day Student Council, Sec. 
and Treas. 4; The Order of the Lighted 
Lamp 3, 1; Marshal 3; Religious Edu- 
cation Club 3; Future Teachers of 
America 4; Zenith Photography Editor 
t; Sr. Superlative "Most Intellectual"; 
Dramatics Club 4; Dean's List 1. 2, :). 
4; Homecoming Committee 3. 



IRYIN KELLY 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
A.B. Social Studies 
Guilford College 1, 2, 3. 



THOMAS CHARLES KEY 
Pinnacle. N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; High 
Point College Chamber of Commerce 
3; Gardner-Webb Jr. College 1, 2; 
International Relations Club 2; Mono- 
gram Club 1, 2; Class Pres. "2; Basket- 
ball 1. -1; Student Govt. 



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VERNON KIMBRO 

Mehane, N. C. 

A.B. Social Science 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Baseball 

IRVIN KINC; 
Pelham, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

NANCY C. KOONTS 
Lexington, N. C. 
A.B. Primary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority ; Future 
Teachers of America 3; Methodist Stu- 
dent Fellowship 1. 

JOHN R. LAWRENCE 
High Point. N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
N.D.M. Club; Lees-McRae Junior Col- 
lege 1. 

JOYCE RAY LAYTON 
Raei'ord, N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education, Social 
Studies 
Theta Phi Sorority. Pres. 4; Day Stu- 
dent Council, Sec. and Treas. 2; 
Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. 
Publicity Chairman 4; Future Teachers 
of America .3, -t, Pres. 4; International 
Relations Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; 
Zenith Copy Editor 3 ; Hi-Po Society 
Editor 4; Choir 1; Dean's Eist 1, '_', 3; 
Assistant to History Department. 

DORENE WEAVER LEWIS 
High Point, N. C. 
A.B. English, Social Studies 
Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4; International 
Relations Club 3, 4, Sec. and Treas.; 
Hi-Po Feature Editor 2. Associate 
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Dramatics 
2; Annual Anthology of College Poetry 
4; La Tertulia; Dean's List 1. 2. .3. t. 

LMOGENE LEWIS 
Hobgood. N. C. 
A.B. English, Religious Education 
Religious Education Club 1, 2, 3, t; 
Red Cross Club 2, Sec. Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1, 2; International 
Relations Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Po 2; Meth- 
odist Student Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Christian Student Council 2, 3. 4. 
Vice-Pres. 4. 

JACK MAHAFFEY 
Lexington, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 4; Future Teachers of America t. 




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CLARENCE S. MAXWELL 
Thomasville, N. C, 
15. S. Music 
N.D.M. Club; Hand 2, 3, 4; Choir 
I. 2, 3, 1; Music Educators' National 
Convention 3, J, Vice-Chairman ; Col- 
lege Mixed Quartet 3; College Male 
Quartet 3. 



BROADUS MELTON, JR. 
Spindale, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Gardner- 
Webb Junior College I. 2. 



GREG MERHIGE 
Freeport, N. Y. 

A.B. Social Science 
N.D.M. Club, Corresponding Sec. 2, 
Treas. 3; Dormitory Council 1, 2, 3; 
Closs Treas. 1, Class Pre.s. 2; Future 
Teachers of America 3; International 
Relations Club 3; Zenith Sports Editor 
2. 3; Hi-Po Sports Editor 3; Sr. Su- 
perlative "Best All Round"; La 
Tertulia 2, 3. 



JOHNNY MILES 

Winston-Salem. N. ('. 

B.S. Physical Education 



WILLIAM F. MILLER 

Troy. N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Inter- 
national Relations Club ] ; Zenith 
Business Staff 3; Football 1, 2; La 
Tertulia 3, 4; Brevard College 1. 2; 
Business Manager of Annual 2. 



KEITH MOBLEY 

North Charleston. S. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Football, 
Basketball 3; Block "H" Club. 



JUNIUS A. MORGAN 

Benson, N. C. 

A.B. Social Studies 

Veteran's Club 1.2; Campbell College 

1, 2; University of North Carolina '■',. 



CARLYLE NANCE. JR. 

Thomasville. N. C. 
B. A. Social Science 



Golf 2. 



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1952 



T. ADRIAN NEAL 
Lexington, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Future Teachers of America 4; Meth- 
odist Student Fellowship ], 2, 3, 4. 

KATHLEEN PAYNE 
Trinity, \. ('. 

B.S. Physical Education 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, :i, 
Pres. 3; Intramural Manager 2; Sr. 
Superlative "Most Athletic"; Dean's 
List 1, 2. 

J. A. PEGRAM 

High Point, N. ('. 

B.S. Business 

WILLIAM S. PENFIELD 

Winston-Salem, N. (.'. 

A.B. English 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4; Zenith Editor- 
in-Chief 4. 

ROBERT G. POWELL, JR. 

Blanche, N. C. 

15. S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; High 

Point College Chamber of Commerce 3. 

CHARLES P. PRICK 

Cascade. Va. 

A.B. Religious Education 

PAUL PRYOR 

Woonsocket, R. I. 

B.S. Social Science 
E.P.O. Fraternity, Pres. 2. 4; Dormi- 
tory Council, Pres. 3, Representative 
4; Red Cross Drive. Chairman 2; Hi-Po 
Sports Editor 2; Chairman of E.P.O. 
Public Dances 2, 3; Basketball I. 2. 
3, 4; Football 1, 2. :{ ; Block "H" Club 
1,2, 3. 4. 

MARTHA QUE FN 

Lawndale, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education, Social 

Studies 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority ; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges 4; Dormitory Coun- 
cil. Pres. 4; Religious Education Club 
3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; 
Sr. Superlative "Most Popular"; Meth- 
odist Student Fellowship 3, 4; Christian 
Student Council 3; Dormitory Repre- 
sentative to Student Government 1. 4; 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1.2; Basketball 
2; Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Frater- 
nity 1, 2, Sec. 2; Fellowship Group 1, 
2, Vice-Pres. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 




1952 



25 




JACK R. RIDGE 
High Point. N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
X.D.M. Club, Vice-Pres. i ; Baseba 
1. 2, 3, 4; Block "H" Club 2, 3, 4. 



BOB ROBERTSON 
Bixby, X. C. 
B.S. Business 
Iota Tan Kappa Fraternity; High 
Point College Chamber of Commerce 
t; Class Pres. •') ; International Rela- 
tions Club 1; Football 1; Baseball I. 



JOHN" RUSH 
Spray, N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Treas. 
3. 



MAZELLE RUSSELL 

Albemarle, N. C. 
A.B. Primary Education 
Future Teachers of America J-; Meth- 
odist Student Fellowship I; Pfeiffer 
Junior College 1 , 2. 



I. PRESSLEY RUTLEDGE 

Randleman, N. C. 

A.B. Religious Education 



ROY C. SAPPEX FIELD 
High Point, X. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Fta Phi Fraternity; Golf 1. 



RANDALL H. SAUNDERS 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. History 

Baptist Student Union t; Football 1, .'. 



ROBERT SHREYE 

Mayodan, X. C. 
A.B. Social Science 



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MADGE P. SMITH 

Idlewild, N. ('. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Future Teachers of America 4; Basket- 
hall 3. 

CHARLES K. SNYDER 

High Point, N. C. 
A.B. Mathematics 
Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity. 

CLAYTON EUGENE SNYDER 

Pinnacle, N, C, 

B.S. Physical Education 

Iota Tuu Kappa Fraternity; Dormitory 
Council 4. 



MARIAN STINE 
Charlotte, N. C. 
B.S. Music 
Mitchell College 1, 2. 

DOROTHY STONE 

Sanford, N. ('. 

B.S. Health, Physical Education 

Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Pres. 3 ; 
Dormitory Council, Treas. 2; Marsha] 
3; Women's Athletic Association 1, 3 ; 
Future Teachers of America 3; Zenith 
Photo Editor 2; Sr. Superlative "Best 
All Round." Mav Court Attendant t. 



DAN P. STOWE 

Belmont, N. ('. 
A.B. History 
Kappa Chi 3, 4, Representative to 
Christian Student Council 4; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3, 4; Brevard 
Junior College 1, 2; Student Govt. 
Vice-Pres. 2; Delphian Literary Society 
1, 2; Football Manager 2; Christian 
Workers' Club 1, 2; Ministerial As- 
sociation 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 1. Pres. 2. 



BILLIE JACQUELINE STROUD 
High Point, N. G. 
A.B. Education, Psychology 
Theta Phi Sorority; Women's Athletic 
Association 3, 4; International Rela- 
tions Club 4, Sec. and Treas. 4; Hi-Po 
Business Staff 4; Dramatics 3; Cheer- 
leader I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chief 4; May 
Queen 4. 

EDWARD SUETA 
Erie. Pa. 
B.S. Music 
E.P.O. Fraternity, Sec. 2; Bund 1, 3, 4; 
Choir 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Music- 
Educators' National Conference 4 ; 
Civic Symphony -f ; Block "H" Club 
2, 3. 4." 




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JAMES R. SUGG 
New Bern, N. C. 
A.B. English 
Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Zenith 
Business Staff 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 3, 1'. 

JAMES SWIGGETT 
Randleman, N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 
Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; J. V. 
Basketball 1, 3, 4; Block "H" Club 
3, 4. 

MARY ALICE TESH 

Lexington, X. C. 

A.B. Religious Education 

Religious Education Club 3, 4; Zenith 
Associate Editor 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship :i, 4, State Secretary 4; 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1,2; Dormitory 
Council I ; International Relations Club 
1 ; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 



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Fellowship Club 1, 2. 



NANCY TYSINGER 
Thomasville, N. C. 
A.B. English 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; Class Vice- 
Pres. 4; Future Teachers of America 
4; Zenith Business Staff 4; Sr. Super- 
lative "Friendliest"; Dean's List 2, 3; 
Greensboro College 1; Spanish Club 1; 
Emerson Literary Society I. 

ROBERT VANHOY 

High Point. N. C. 

B.S. Business 

MARIAN VAUGHN 

Stokesdale. N. C. 
A.B. Music, Primary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; Religious 
Education Club 1,2; Future Teachers 
of America 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, Librarian 
of Choir and Advertising Mgr. 2, 3; 
Dance Committee 3; German Club 1, 2, 
3, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 2; Greensboro 
College 1. 2, 3. 

ARLENE VENABLE 
Dobson, N. C. 
A.B. English 
Future Teachers of America 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3; Pfeiffer Junior 
College 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Pfeiffer 
Xezcs Staff 1. 2; Honorary Language 
Society, Sigma Pi Alpha 2. 

GARLAND EARHART WAMPLER 
High Point. N. C. 
15. S. General Science 
The Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; 
Marshal 3; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 
4; Eta Mu Eta 1. 2. 3, 4, Pres. 3; Red 
Cross Club 2. 3; Zenith Business 
Manager 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Physic Lab. Ass't. 4. 



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1952 



RUTH JAMES WATERS 
Lirrwood, N. C. 
B.S. Home Economics 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Modern 
Priscilla 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Home Man- 
agement Club 3; Future Teachers of 
America 2; Dean's List 3; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 2. 

JAMES WHITE 
Charlotte, N. C. 
A.B. Social Science, English 
Kappa Chi 3, 4 ; Choir !• ; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3, 4; Brevard 
Junior College 1, 2; Football 1, 2; 
Monogram Club 1, 2; Ministerial As- 
sociation 1, 2. 

WILLIAM L. WHITE 

High Point. N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity; Day 

Student Council 4-, Viee-Pres.; Band 

1, 2. 3, 4; Choir 1. 2, 3. 

OSCAR S. WHITESCARVER 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Baptist Student Union 4. 

MARY JO WHITTED 
Canton, N. C. 
A.B. Religious Education , Social 
Studies 
Religious Education Club 3, 4, 1'res. 4; 
Future Teachers of America 1; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3. 4; Christian 
Student Council 4; Pfeiffer .Junior Col- 
lege 1,2; Women's Athletic Association 
1,2; Fellowship Group 1,2; Phi Theta 
Kappa Honorary Fraternities 1 . 2 ; 
Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; PA-JA-CA 2. 

RALEIGH X. WILLIAMS. JR. 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. Business- 
lota Tau Kappa Fraternity 



Inter- 

Tertulia 



national Relations Club 4; La 
3. 

DIXIE GRAY WILSON 
High Point, N. C. 
B.S. Music 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority, Sec. 3, Pres. 
4; Future Teachers of America 1- ; 
International Relations Club 4; Baud 
1; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Sr. Superlative 
"Prettiest"; Music Educators' National 
Conference 4. 

GERALD WINFREY 
High Point. N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Marshal 3; High Point College Cham- 
ber of Commerce 2, 3; International 
Relations Club 3. 




1952 



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CLYDE T. WOOD 
High Point. X. C. 
B.S. Business 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce t; International Relations Club 
I. 



HOWARD E. WRIGHT 
High Point. X. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce, Vice-Pres. i. 



REBA WRIGHT 
High Point. X. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Theta Phi Sorority; Women's Athletic 
Association 1. 2, 3, Sec. 2; Future 
Teachers of America 3; International 
Relations Club .'i ; Ili-Po Business Staff 
•'!, Business Manager. 



RODNEY T. YATES 

High Point. X. C. 

A.B. Psychology, Education 

International Relations Club I, 2; 

Hi-Po 3; Methodist Student Fellowship 

I. 2; Christi.au Student Council 2. 



RON IE A. YORK 

Thomasville. X. C. 

B.S. Business 

High Point College Chamber of Com 

merce 2, 3. 





SPECIAL STUDENTS 

WILLIAM C. KING, JR. 

LOIS S. STRICKLAND 

LLOYD SURRATT 



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1952 



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^UpERUflVES 




Left to right; 

John Hall and Bonnie Crawford 
Greg Merhige and Dot Stone 
Lucille Craver and Doug Holhrook 
Dixit- Wilson and Sam Dockery 
Bill Hunter and .lover Kearns 
Nancy Tysinger and Kenneth Bost 
Jerry Jarvis and Martha Queen 
Jesse Joyce and Kathleen Payne 




Kathleen Payne, Howard Wright, David Auman, Robert Barrett, Bobby Parrish, Dixie 
Henderson, Garland Wampler, Joyce Kearns, Doug Holbroolc, Lucille Craver, Charles 
T. Cox. Dorene Weaver Lewis, Jerry Jarvis, Bill Hunter, Joyce Layton. 




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Le/7 to rir/ht: Howard Graham, President; Gene Bolick, Treasurer; Mary Catherine Overfelt, Student Gov- 
ernment Representative j Willie Davis. Secretary; David Auman, Vice-President. 



Juniors 



As juniors we enjoy a favored position among college classes. The days of difficult adjust- 



IIU'll 



t are over; the days of heavy responsibility are not yet upon us. During tins year we have 



had the first real chance to make a lasting impression, and we hope that it lias been a good one. We 
face our senior year with keen anticipation, though with the full realization that it will bring its 
trials along with its honors and glory. Then at its end will come that long-awaited soal — grad- 



uation. 



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Top roK'j left to right: 

Jack U. Alber, Charles Allen. David Auman, Louise Bailey, Robert S. Bailey. 

Second row: 

Robert Wilton Barrett, Myrtle Bescher, Bill Bigliam, Norma Jane Bogle, Eugene F. Bolick. 

'Third rote: 

Robert H. Bonewell, Floyd (i. Bottoms, Norman Bowman. Garnie Brendle, Kent Brendle. 

Fourth row: 

Mariorie Brown, Jo Bundy, Linwood Carter, Richard Clement, Nancve Clifton. 



1953 



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Top row, left to right: 

Elizabeth Cockerham, Jayn Collett, Helen E. Coltrane, Reginald Cooke, Betli Cooksey. 

Second row: 

Rutli Craven, .lane Elizabeth Crews, Edwin Cnrrie. Evelyn Ann Davis, Willie Davis. 

Third rote: 

A. C. Dunn, Jr.. John C. Efird, Don Elkins, Eugene Eury, Betty Floyd. 

Fourth row: 

.lames A. Fowler. Jo Anne Frazier, Roy Frazier, Jr., Howard S. Gailey, Dean Gore. 



1953 



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Top rem;, left to right: 

Frank Graham, J. Howard Graham, Dewey W. Griffin, Valina Griggs, Billy M. Groce. 

Second row: 

Edith Harper, Betty E. Hayworth, Betty Lou Hay worth. Jack Hedgeoock. Eliseo Juan Hernandez. 

Third rote: 

Lee Hicks, Robah Hicks, George Holland. Sally Hylton, Herbert Ingram. 

Fourth row: 

Harold C. Jenkins, William J. Johnsey, Jewel Jones, Betty Lee Jordan, Anna Patrick Kendriek. 



1953 



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Tup row, lr ft to right: 

Sallie Kern. Charles F. Kinsey, Dallas Kiser, Anne Lewis, Jean Lewis. 

Second row: 

Robert Lowder, liutli Madison. Slieldon A. Maiiekin. Robert Maness, David E. Meekins. 

Third rinc: 

Max Charles Miller, Oren Morton. Kent Moseley, Harry Newman, Robert L. Oakley. 

Fourth row: 

Mary Catherine Overfelt, Bobby Parrish, Becky Pate. Alfred Ferryman, William B. Pittman. 



1953 



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Top row, left to right: 

Richard M. Poyner, John Raper, Mildred Redding. Dennis Ricks. Bernice Ridenhour. 

Second row: 

Howard Don Ridge, Lander Rudisill, George Saintsing, Earl Seckinger, William R. Shaffer. 

Third row: 

Betty Jane Shepherd, Bobbie Gwen Shumaker, Frank Smith. Susie Sparks, W. B. Stanback, Jr. 

Fourth row: 

Duane Starnes, Betty Jo Stephens, Nancy C. Stone. Orville W. Stroud, Mattie Thompson. 



1953 



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Top row, left to rif/lit : 

Ray Vargas, Jack Venable, Jim Warren, Marion Warren, Doris Mae Washburn, 



Second roic: 

Buddy Welch. Jr.. Aim Whitesell, 



Wilson. Robert 1'. Woods. Jack Wreim. 




1953 



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David Auman 
Rutli Madison 
Ann WTiitesell 



Bill Bigham 
John Raper 



Robert Barrett 
Chief 



Willie Davis Jo Anne Frazier 

Don Ridge Dot Stone 

Gerald Winfrey 



Marshals 



One of the highest honors which can he be bestowed upon a student at High Point 
College is to he chosen a marshal, since marshals are chosen from the junior class by the 
faculty on the basis of campus leadership, academic achievement, and character. These 
students have justified the confidence placed in them by willingly and efficiently serving 
at various school and community functions. They are to he congratulated on their ex- 
cellent service. 



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Left In right: Tony Liske, Treasurer; Maxine Swaringen, Student Government Representative j Bettv Clark 
Dillon, President j Eleanor Goldstnii. Secretary; Barrv Newsome, Vice-President. 



Sophomores 



We, as so] 



inomore 



s, liave become a definite part of the life here on campus. No 



longer beginners, we have realized the many obligations and opportunities facing us. 
This year marks the turning point in our career at High Point College. Now we are ready 
to bend every effort to carry through our new role as upperclassmen, confident that we 
shall come through with flying colors to our junior year. 



42 



Paul Albertson 
Lillian Allen 
Shirley Allred 
Nos Ahnan 
Clyde Anderson 



Barbara Atkins 
George E. Auraan 
Rebecca Autry 
Anne Bailey 
Lewis P. Barrett 



Clifton Berrier 
L. E. Blaek, Jr. 
Betty Blake 
Buddy Brawley 
Mary Brock 



Earnest L. Broome 
Frank Broome 
Peggy Brummitt 

Patsy Buzhardt 
Kenneth Campbell 

Pete Canada 
Charles Caudill 
Margaret Causby 
Tom ('harping 
Elizabeth Clapp 

Elizabeth Anne Clapp 

Bobby Clodfelter 
Merle Clojiinger 
Howard Coleman 
Tom Connelly 




1954 



v.: 




Charles Conrad 
Joan Crowder 
Martha Shirley Davis 
Max Davis 
Bobby Joe Dennis 



Pearl Denton 
Helen Dickinson 
Betty Clark Dillon 
Louie Eargle 
Doris Elliott 



L. ('. Ellis 
Margaret Marie Essa 
Wilburn K. Everbart 
Theron Farlow 
Joe Faulkner 



Rudy Frazier 
Mareelene Gamer 
Eleanor Goldston 
Preston William Green 
Millicent Hall 



Mona Hall 
Travis Hanes 
Fred Hasty 
Johnnie E. Hawkins 
Louise Havwood 



Fairy Etta Hodgin 
Grier Hunt 
Robert Blanton Jones 
James Kennedy 
Walter Krewson 



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Rober 


t L. Ladehoff 


C. H. 


Lancaster 


Amy 


lane Lathrop 


Vernon W. Liske 


Edmund Lowe 


Jean 


McDonald 


Peggy 


McGowan 


Nora 


McMasters 


Nancj 


McNeill 


Anne 


S. McWhirter 


Bennj 


Martin 


Betty 


Martin 


Catherine Mavliew 


Peggy 


Measmer 


Betty 


Ann Miller 


Kdwii 


G. Nesdham 


W. H 


. Needham 


Carol 


Neighbours 


Doris 


Newell 


Mary 


Jean Newell 


Barry 


H. Newsome 


Doug 


Norwood 


Melvin Parks 


Peggy 


Phillips 


Arlen 


Pons 


Garland P. Pritchard 


Carrol 


Rabon 


Van Rick 


Nancy 


Ridge 


Bennie 


L. Robbins 








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1954 



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Percy Rogers 
Edith Rollins 
Betty Lou Hose 
William Routfi 
Robert G. Russell. Jr. 

Kelsey L. Schuyler 

Nick Seriotis 
('. Fov Sherman 
George Shuford 
John R. Sills 



Allen Smith 
Neil Smith 
I'atrieia Smith 
Janet Snyder 
Betty Jean Solomon 



Orville Stroud 
Jalia Strouse 
Audrey Jean Stutts 
Maxine Swaringen 
Georgie Swink 

Burton Veach 
Leon Walker 
Cecil Watson 
Conrad West 
James White 



Nancy Ann Whitley 
Frank WiggS 
James Williams 
Mary Williamson 
Elizabeth Wiles 



195k 



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1954 



47 




Left to rir/ht : Herbert Potts, President; Carolyn Featherston, Secretary; Jimmy Gilland, Treasurer; T. G. 
Madison, Vice-President. 






freshmen 



Before coming to High Point College, we freshmen dreaded somewhat the transi- 



tion from In 



oil school to college life. We came through the initiation unscathed, how- 



ever, and are now firmly grounded in the college customs and tradition. We still have 
much to learn, but the basic task of adjustment has been accomplished. We look for- 
ward with keen anticipation to the years ahead, realizing that their final outcome and 
value depend on our own determination and high resolutions. 



}:-] 



P £> c, 




David Abernatliy 
Odell Alley 
George Armstrong 
Herman Calvin Beck 
Henry K. Blair 

(Jordan Blake 
Flovd Bottoms. Jr. 
Peggy Brewer 
Harold A. Brown 
Thurman E. Brown 

Annie Burris 
John Burton 
William P. Campbell 
James F. Cannon 
Loretta ('arson 

Frankie Causby 
Ricbard G. Chappell 
Eleanor .Iran Clapp 
Kc it (i Douglas Clark 
Ann Cockerham 

Hov Cockerbam 
Edward Cook 
Annette Council 
Jov Covington 
Glenn W. Davenport 

Max Wade Dulin 
William Smith DoiPree 
Jeannine Easterling 
Roy I.. Eubanks 
Paula Jeanne Everett 



1955 



49 Wrenn Memorial Library 
High Point College 

High Point. North Carolina 



Douglas Farmer 
Carolyn Featherston 
Gene Ferguson 
Betty Jean Floyd 
Kenneth Frazier 

Sam Fretwell 
Bobby Gandy 
Harold Gibhardt 
Carolyn Gideons 
Jimmy Gilland 

Frankie Goad 

J. C. Green 

Pat Gunter 

Niek Charles Halipilies 

Carleen Hammond 

Frank Hammond 
James B. Harris 
Shirley Harris 
Geraldine Hauser 
Andrew Haywood 

Maxine Hay wort 1 1 
Billy Hedrick 
Bobby Hedrick 
Henry E. Hepler 
Charles Hine 



William A. Hipps 
Carolyn Honbarrier 
Carlos Horca.sitas 
Kent Hubbard 



H. C. Hudgins, Jr. 













1955 



50 




John A. Hulin 
George C. Jackson 
Charles T. Jarrell 
Dwight Jester 
!-■ J. Jordan 

Dean Jovce 
Don Kearns 
William F. King 
Betty Leatherman 
Charles W. Link 

Jose Joaquin Lopez 
Mary Catherine Love 
Martha Joanne Luck 
James Mac-Arthur 
Shirlee I,. McAteer 

Jean McCormick 
Bob McLeod 
Elwood Mabry 
James Mabry, Jr. 
I . ( r. Madison 

Pattie Sue Martin 
Charles Maultsby 
Allen Meredith 
Madge Miller 

Sara Dean Miller 

Joe Misenlieimer 
Dewey Morris 
Bobbie Mullinix 
Janice Murphy 
Xancy Nail 



1955 



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Paul G. Nash 
Rosa Rebecca Nicks 
George Nifong 
Horace Noble 
Margaret Owens 

Mildred Virginia Parker 
.lack Peacock 
Katlierine M. Perkins 
Stanley Pierce 
Robert Popp 

Herbert M. Potts. Jr. 
Vestal Potts 
Charles F. l'ructt 
.lames ('. Queen 
Gwen Reddick 

Carr Redding 
Mike Reyes 
Frances Robcrson 
Vira Ann Rodgers 
June Rogers 

Peggy Vine Rogers 
Betty Ann Sain 
Jimmy T. Scott 
Hobby Smith 
Carrie Smith 

Dixie Smith 
John Henry Smith 
Janice Sparks 
Frank Springer 
Paul D. Swaim 




1955 



52 




Shirley Swiggett 
Harold Sykes 
Mary Jo Thomas 
Elaine Thompson 
Sonny Thornton 

Josephine Tillev 
Jim Tucker 
Marie Venable 

Ann VonCannon 

Joseph I). Wade 

Gayle Walden 
Robert Walker 
Aurilla Wall 
( oleen Ward 
Jo Anne Wardell 

Carolyn Webb 
Cynthia Wells 

Jeannette Wensil 
Clyde Eugrene Whatley 
Carolyn Whitener 

Lacy Williams 
Mildred Williams 
Mildred Wilson 
Wilma Winfree 

Hetty Winfrey 
Betty Lou Wnrt'ord 



1955 



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Freshmen frolics 




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Activities 



Student Government 




Doug Hoi.buook 
President 



Given the task of directing student activi- 
ties and representing the student body, the 
student government has carried out its duties 
with sincerity and integrity. Its leaders 
were elected by popular vote of the students 
and have endeavored to fulfill the trust 
placed in them. 



The success of this group can he at- 
tributed to a spirit of warm friendship and 
hearty co-operation. They have worked 
together under both pleasant and difficult 
circumstances, keeping always in their minds 
the thought, "We were elected to do a good 
job. Let's do it." 




Left to right: Mary Catherine Overfelt, Ralph Futrell, Maxim- Swaringen, Kenneth Green, Sam Dockery, 
Doug Holbrook, Pres.; Joan (rowdcr, See.; Bill Pitt man, Vice Pres.; Bunny Link, Martha Queen, Joyce 
Kearns. 



McCulloch Hall Council 




Left to right: James Williams. Sec.-Treas.; Robert Barrett, Viee-Pres.; Ralph Futrell, Pres 



Woman's Hall Council 




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Seated, left to ri//ht : Willie Davis, Viee-Pres.; Betty Ann Millt-r. Treas.; Nora MeMasters, Freshman 

Representative, 

Standing, left tn right: Martha Queen, Pres.; Maxine Swaringen, See.; Iris Brown. Head Proctor. 



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dance Committee 




Left t<> right: Bill Pittman, Maxine Swaringen, George Clark, Jalia Strouse, Bunny Link. Wilma Winfree. 
Barry Sewsome, Betty Jane Shepherd. 



Eta Mu Eta 




First row: Duane Starnes, Susie Sparks. Second row: Dr. Ben H. Hill, Clyde Anderson, Eriek 
Hernandez, Benny Martin, W. H. Needham, Earnest Broome. Third row. William Routh. Ered 
Hasty, Jack Thompson, Garland Wampler. Fourth row: Linwood Carter, Clayton Reid. Rudv 
Frazier, George Clark, Jim Tucker. Don McNeill. 



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Day Student Council 




Future Teachers of America Officers 



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/.f/V /<> right: Joyce Layton, Pres.; Sue Allred, Social and Publicity Chairman; Mildred 
Redding Second Vice-Pres. ; Lucille ('raver. Sec-Treas. ; Bill Hunter. First Vice-Pres. 



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The Zenith 



EDITORIAL STAFF 




William Penfield 
Editor 



M \u\ Alice Tesh 
. Issociate Editor 



It .ill began last spring when we, as the new Zenith staff, found the 1952 Zenith dropped 
into our laps. We did not realize the immensity of the task until we jumped into the harness this 
fall. It has meant scheduling and re-scheduling pictures, begging I'm- snapshots, drawing hundreds 
of blocks on the dummy, taking picture after picture, typing endless pages of copy, and doing all 
the other things that go into the making of an annual. Hut we feel that the sweating, wondering, 
worrying, and running have been worth the reward — the 1952 ZENITH. 

At times we felt like giving u|i completely. It was a blow ti> have our editor. Hill Penfield. 
leave school suddenly because of illness, just three weeks before our deadline. The staff had be- 
come attached to Bill because of his dependability and contagious good humor. At this time of 
emergency the entire staff redoubled its efforts with the determination to make this Zenith the 
best — for Bill. 

(ireg took complete charge of the sports; J alia lived up to her reputation in the artistry of 
her drawings. With Audrey at the typewriter we were certain that the copy would be just right. 
Sue spent hours behind closed door working with sorority representatives on their pages. You 
probable saw Bill 1 1 i pi is anywhere and at any time taking pictures for the Zenith. 




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Left to right: Jalia Strou.se. Art Editor; Audrey Stutts. Copy Editor; . fence Ke.arns. Photography 
Editor; Mary Alice Tesh. Associate Editor; (ireg Merhige. Sports Editor; Sue Allred. Feature 
F.ditor. 



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The Zenith 



BUSINESS STAFF 




Garland Wampler Lucille Craveh 

Business Manager Assistant Business Manager 



Two members of the staff, Lucille and Bill Hunter, dn not know whether they are members 
of the business staff or the editorial staff. When Bill Penfield had to leave, they jumped in and did 
a wonderful job of helping to carry on the work which Bill had hegun. The staff expresses its ap- 
preciation to those two and to all others who, at the last minute, came in to help save the day for 
the Zenith. 

The editorial staff has been encouraged in its struggle by the wonderful success of the busi- 
ness managers. Garland and Lucille, working with an efficient staff, gathered a record number ot 
advertisements. The staff sold several hundred dollars more ads than has ever been sold in the 
history of the Zenith. Our hats go off to them! 

To Mr. Oliver Smith of Edwards & Broughton, to our adviser. Miss Idol, to our photographers, 
and to everyone who has helped US to meet our deadline, we give our everlasting thanks. The show 
must go on! The Zenith must go out; And it did. with vour help and co-operation. 




Seated, left in right: Jin. Sugg, Dixie Henderson. Jeremiah Johnson 

Standing, l* ft t" right: Garland Wampler, Business Manager; Jerry Jams ; Bdl Hunter: Lucill. 

Craver. Assistant Business Managrr; Frances Dearman. 



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Reports on Trip 





Or. C R. Hwwho*. Dwin of !n- with *» '"-»—- —- - 1 **«™ «* Student*, * 

,rt who *c«*npardod Di totiwi «W JARV13 fare**, Pw** " 

owk( . M . npmratatlvc »r M** i chr-rim Associate Ml tor Ctownwwnl 
Point ColteR* ai the kchh K*n- greMed it. ""•■»■ ■■■ «—■ . ; P"rf"«»r of 
„r-«.-H of ih.- Southern Amoom- ; proWdent. Dec. 7. on M> relum-antl (armor Dean of 
tio*. of Cttb8«S, w»y* the trip *aa : from the Confer." no- Ol U» lr»rtu"d brtcfiy Ml 

CompiMrly wtiafytng from begin- ! Southern A«wctaikM» of Collrfce. f«">u ""■ r.-altzat 

nins to end. -W»- emttd iwl haw: tst. PetPrabur*. rT» ». wherr Htfib »t>i,i. t„ ^r, «.--. 

pjqjrrlod a mor.- pl.-awinf rpci-plion Pottat Collee* **» P" n,rd un ~ "*'" c ^ u -« r - 1 * 1 >'' <ir> '" : " 
from n*y eummltter than we re- conditional membership a* a fully j> Cooke, ahowfUK deep emo- 

Mt*8d In 31 Petersburg,' Ur accredited cotfejfe 'ion a^nowtrdgPu Ihi > 

Miwdww remarked "I personally rjr Cooke »»» o/rW-iall> K»l . . ,,ri«.i etvwi him by e*pm»1flgj 

received CMttkkrtttiJF tw-r..-ni fr../r. ... n i..l i.^^-j-^^aaaV-^!''"'' 1 Iwan > 
(Continued on P»#e 2t 



Mr. Yarborough Ser* 
H.P.C Corn** of A$r 



tni JCBfCE ^YTty 

^.^ >oclet;' Editor ^, )r 

Cbmpan} Ttn*na^Jl1»- T1m- lumi- 
volin' mahntjim l»l>lm i»i >-ai h 
<"ntl til th<- Mifa w^rr eontrifouffd 
tq M, wmum TomitMon "I 
TomlinHon of High l\wnt. .urniiui-' 
mamilm-lurrn. Ni-« (hxir Unip- 
iitii] lahli- t.if»i[w pUi-v-d in «dv»n 
"Ho»rtim th«- CoHtTEf 1 ri'M-l »i litRrfmi (pott )-ir all who «i*l 
t»-in« actn-dHotJ «*0b a i»rj Jr«- itiidj .m rt.,t. . in- 

main- monxitt. J havr boon here j Purnilurc Cwmp^n; 
r J8 yunt jnrf I f.-lt runt JIteh Product* roVniw>o> 

Point had realty cwaic ot Bjjp,' Furwitun i ' pn 

««id Mr N F VirhnrouKh, rpgta- . ity 

IrW, on hts return from Si Mr *V* fUt 

Petersburg, wht-rc he. akinK «nh Wtuv ("rtmpttrt: 

Dr Cookt- and Dr Miituhaw. rcp> of Crwtuborr*, 

nrct'nied H.P.C In Ihi- mectiiu; ofjol Sersofl IL 

the Sooilw-rn A»xoriatkin of CW j *iunnlnii 

leee* "1 ram ftxl lh«l tb«- Polleec 

has roori' bt ©fTer Ha «tu*-i)H As 

a msuli. Kiudpnta will h»w (Nltw 

i>pportt«t:lti>» for «T\Vr. 

afatfd 

Mr Varbi>n>ugh «H). pflrlt.iilarly 
tnlMwlcd In Ih-. mectlnc of Rr-,:!*- 
frars at Ihe Soulh-rn A*i»wtnlinn. 
Tlie«d»j-. 1V<; 1 "Slncf rhnt wm 
ttw flnt im»h' I hud UwariMt, I 
wa* tntrmtrd in e.anpnrlnK tlw 
Rf^lorml AsiB.x-J«iion with tiv 
North Cerollmi <aimlllHiH| <^ CW- 
Itsm," he imwrked. He mi- h.- 
ramr U Ihe ronctualon that North 
Carolina »ai "rpajly a l.-nA-r m 
(he .-duCH rnwa I field." 



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for tAe welromlPS 

Ma rctui-n Irom I 

ita uillllncrtitH to f<"id pt 

other plant* for frentlnn 

ft ij am>.iv|iJii-re. Mp" JALlA 3TR0US 

P. rry Counselor a 
■tiitod. 

OfhoT Kifti" have been grnnt>-d. 
but It the time of print Inn tlw- 
bIka- mentioned artM-les had al- 
read) arrived ,i> a W»konw re- 
minder of the loyalty and nerwroa- 
y of friend*. 



The Hi-Po is the official "Voice of the Students" of High Point College. It is the aim of this bi-weekly 
news publication to present, in the American tradition of freedom of the press, a true picture of college life 
in its various aspects and to afford an unrestricted avenue for expression ol student opinion. 

W'v are indebted to the following faculty members for their generous assistance and advice which have 
contributed greatly toward maintaining the high standards of the paper: Professor A. S. Withers, Publica- 
tions Chairman; .Miss Ruth Steelman, Business Adviser; and Dr. Philip Angeles, Editorial Adviser. 



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THE H /-/><) 



Goodwill Begins on 



Lett* 




>opriat* thai wi vii'iuui dedb ate mi 

l'hn-.hii:i. bmOB to fl..' i ,t!i.<i id JSfet) nil Hi-- Iiii-li-'." 

Si. on have it ti i thai >uirini!i'. m! .t.HL-.'' aee ii"! i" ftoep'ng 
with (hv !.i»,i L1 i.ifu! HI---.I i-i ,.i iju- anjrefe, "Peace on wrtb 
ASd p<hhI -a ill toward tnea " y.-t these mi - .- precisely the -• "' ' 
msnta tstprflewed in aueh warnings. 

With thr proper attitude .,i "goodwill toward men," we 
would art how to tie < < i>,n>.f,-,i i„ guard the ssfuty of oar- 
esteos w ..ih.-r- Goodwill b i positive thing: if dwa nol 
mean Juat w&hjng, but actively promottog tfee welfare oi 

others. 

The m«n who considers the tetppfnesa of his family la 
ii«'t going to take fcoiisn rfefea thai i-. IU i<i agd in tragedy far 
himself or bis family 
i» alone «-■* wftsn bis family 
an Reddest tor hitn eaa mi- 

A man of goodwill i ■ 
hanpbtsas of *»s neigh' 
is truty a man of good 
time he gets into tht: 
of the trememiouR r* 
operator of a pawarfu 

can bring fnsfcSOt deal 

The Brat concern of 3 

shuiki bfl Ebf (h>- hjii.>|»ini-';-;s- r l|^PJj^ i ^ 8fig%t%a»<f tends. 
What kind of Christmas can i^if ^fikUXfJ !.;jUrEKIN oved 

oaas haw bean mangled or k » 1 1*_^ pasture editor 

on the part vf some irresponsible Wbt 

caption of » few freak accidents e 

predictable weather condition*. I. 
are caused by human care-It**: 
It ja ifl0on»f stent that v 
confronted with injustice or ; 
world should tolerate viole 
nocenl people on our own 
the statement, "Goodwill b 
sure .i jayose bottday aeaai 
ift's make am - logan - Go 
A iii-.-i r> ( m .stoma and 



tfe-ar Santa Chios: 

W.- hnv.- tried to be good boys and 
(his year, but, Santa, if you bSvt , ..,., played i, 
Halt, tryloR ro ()nd both the pfcotajp ■ : ,,.v„-i 
picture you want, or ii you have i hm lud !)>• 
K cr-rtotn student « in, and (h. r. i 
n*W, .wiiy to find fc<- baa fatten b 
understand why We have bei aaa u 
at tttfOM, 

Wo air grateful For Hi. swileji 
tta? aimpUD. but wtwt wp nwd, S 
Roherbi (tali Some pcfjpte have 
turbancf. t>ui it work* wctt in r 
apmi Up tijlfflc in Ho»t>rls Mali if ■. 
we nmi to ask. "Hav.> s 

rfadsfli meetings are brid wfthooi 
wile ehoold attocd imi do sot, 
.< ■■.■•■(in;; OJ cottras, meetlnsi sft h. 
. welt, | * 1 " ii..(-'' are meetlnga which 

notlci-. and ywi know fea« ; ut rd it Ik to t. 

hullc-tm board 

If >d!j thir\\ we .'.r.- d-l!ifih fw loii rmi.-i*, you can h*«v 
ueuel iii-'ii. note, sad candy but plcaic don't 
• yi'i.i in ths mmtit-fcnie, we wlJl ju»i wtnt 
•.f.i:.-u.>.is ipol ifi id.- payer ol Roberta Mall «n< Business Stair 
lookifig tat v, ill |»' !"«>k!«t; Cor u» 

A Mpitj- Oitetenas to Vou! 

K<!iU>r 



aft the 
C0 ASUS 



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mudi Iuht |i was \iiv, ram I 

'■ '■-' IB : i' "■■■ n Itfl I (HOB W hi r: I 

badnt .^■■■n him In a raonth; and ;.■.., 
ttWOa l Wl I l '■ ■ fi niirntJ. . !„(.. puHUq) 

jl «-' t*» ) . I I . ,.l 1,. I ,, 

o-lit^ too ■ i- :,,', 

SHIEIXy AI.TiSD « thai tnq rou oeva (enem when or 
« miihlui supti Euslness Staff ,i; ' eerwnliis ear that m. . to maki th> 
and daeant; the brakeman tm tin train 
Mrt\ Hill iCSsas »r 3D ete*«tfnglr, thai be can'i stop in nun- ,„ iMW [BC , 

We are alwa^deltghtcdlapwdinii m ins " u ■. i who ci„)„ , i : „,, v , 

from oai formei ctetf- that a kw shouJdei on tfep roaffs eOg> had mil bet i u hurtitoa 
id n i- reel gatlsraetioa to '""■ "» u -"' bs?*" si Ow old man who &** walktna rfowU 
o staff to bo told timl ih. dn roadstde "On the way to Sanfe hotta ta n ..." 
ftps mi-n m the gprvjee "hen tbej -i»J rtw erumpted form lato tin asbulaj-iei 

contact wuh lit.- baefe Ob tbe other Ud? ■-.! town a m>ung ti ..-.,■,. ji.,, . ,,. 

k. roiK b Bgure with , itartm < »x md i 

' * ' '■' «■ T1 " miv.v. ...> ..-,.,., .( tl ,..., m ,, ,,,. nulHjU „. . 

Cdttor*i Ptote Tt-»- iti-i-i. i- driver i- polling ofl Us ((tovei red ind n«*) with Uoad i 

l;i...i r,, |riii>ji-t, i. (i ( -!> Mnii.ii i.i "! Lhera la taya soldi} Paai n i no i 

ittideiha, bul H flow no) publiah "it otaghi not ta happen yoaTI beat Bbi H ■-••ii .:,ii baiavfl 
■ii.,,- pverj Becond ■■: evepj hout td ■•■.> uaj i ... ( „ ., ... !rtL . ' il( lhi ; 
ha iv- hand on the etoch; «iii orina Oa ^efloa smtb ..t death 
,. i,!k wrote DonceTBtng the club way oi m ;i home mroewnere i 11 thli country 
o.H)m on ihtrd fto'-ir wtfl lappJj Am) diiviriK home this weekend «ill you 

hi* nann'. his letter wlB i«- pub* lay between teara "i dMat mean to do it' " 
Ji«bpd nt »Ik- Rrat opponunity.l Or will you h.^ "next**? 



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ewis. Editor 
rhige. Sports 



The following students have contributed to the success of the Hi-Po for 1951-52: Dorene 
in-Chief; Jerry Jarvis, Associate Editor; Betty Clarke Dillon. Business Manager; Greg M 
Editor ■ Jon Barnes. Joyce Lav ton, Sheldon Manekin, and Frankie Causby. Feature Editors; Salli Kern. 
Exchange Editor; Jalia Strouse, .M Editor; Bill Hipps, Photographer. The News Start included: Betty 
Martin. Kent Hubbard, Joy Covington, Rodney Yates, Betty Leatherman, Bill Hunter, Howard Graham. 
Maxine Swaringen, and Robert Lowder. 

Members of the Business Staff were: Reba Wright. Billie Stroud, Pert Prettyman, Becky Autry, Shirley 
Allred, Gwen Reddiek, Charles Kinsey, and Leon Walker. 



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Home Economics Club 






J f fr~ . 



Dixie Henderson 
President 



\'ai,ma Griggs Betty Jo Stephens Janet Snyder 
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 




First row, left to right: Myrtle Bescher, Nancye Clifton. Doris Elliot, Dean Gore, Maxine Hayworth, Lee 
Hicks. Second row: Betty Lee Jordan. Nancy Nail, Margaret Owens, Yira Rodgers. Mattie Thompson, Marie 
Venable. Third row: Aurilla Wall, Doris Washburn. Ruth Waters. Betty Winfrey. Betty Wofford. 



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Kappa Chi 

Organized 195] 




Claude Barrett J. ('. Grose William Bingham Charles Caudill 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 




Dan Stowe 
S.C.A. Rep. 



Dr. Locke 
Faculty Adviser 




First row: David Abernathy, George Auman, Robert BonweU, John Burton. Howard Coleman, Reginald Cooke. 
Bobby Joe Dennis. Second row: Charles Dunn. William DuPree, Roy Eubanks, James Hamilton, Johnny Haw- 
kins, Edwin Needham, Carol Neighbors. Third row: Dennis Rieks. Robert Russell. Neil Smith, James White. 





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"The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Chi Fellowship of Christian Service 
of Hia'h Point College, a continuation of the Ministerial Association, is 
organized for the purpose of providing and promoting a medium of in- 
struction, inspiration, and realization of true fraternity, in order that its 
members may mutually share worship, fellowship, and service based on the 
high ideals of Jesus Christ." 



fif, 



Religious Education Club 




First roic: Becky Pate, Trias.; Pat Buzhardt, Secy. 
Spcond row: Lucille Craver, S.C.C. Rep.; Mary Jo 
Whitted, Prrs.; Bettv Blake, Fice-Pres. 



Methodist Student Fellowship Officers 



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]m. VU 



Left to right: Margaret Blanton, Publications Chairman; Charles Caudill, Treas.; Jean Lewis, C.S.C. 
Representative; Betty Blake. Secy.; Betty Lou Rose, Publicity Chairman; Robert Barrett, Pres. 



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Christian Student Council 





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Seated,, left to right: Maxine Swaringen, Imogene Lewis, Jean Lewis, Bernice Ridenhour, Dixie Henderson, 
Lucille Craver, Mary Jo Whitted. Standing, left to right: Dr. William R. Locke. Dr. P. E. Lindley, Rich- 
ard S. Dale, Dan Stowe, Alton Broadway, Robert Barrett. Hill Bingham, Claude Barrett, Dr. Barlett, Raljjh 
Futrell. 



Baptist Student Union Officers 




Seated, left to right: Bob Bonwell, Music Director; Shirley Davis, First J'ice-Pres.; Oscar Whitescar 
Third Vice-Pres.j Dixie Henderson. Pres.; Jane Lathrop, Trias. Standing, left to right: Jim VVoolf. Se 
Vice-Pres.; Carleen Hammond. Secy.; Dorene Lewis. Pub. Ckr.j Dr. Moffitt, Associate Faculty Adviser; 
Reavis., Faculty Adviser. 

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Vel\ 

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Dr. 



Choir 

W. W. COLLIN? 

Director 




John Allen 
Lillian Allen 
Margaret Blanton 
Xorma Bogle 
Bobby Bonwell 
Annie Burris 
Frankie Causby 
Charles Caudill 
Howard Coleman 
Helen Coltrane 
Reggie Cooke 
Ruth Craven 
Alton Broadwav 



Shirley Davis 

Willie Davis 

Frances Dearman 
Bobby Dennis 
Max 1 Jul i 11 
Louie Fargle 
Betty Floyd 
Joanne Frazier 
Ralph Futrell 
Millicent Hall 
Frank Hammond 
Edith Harper 
Johnnie Hawkins 



Maxine Havworth 

Jewel Jones 

Anna Kendrick 

Jean Lewis 

Clarence Maxwell 

Sara Miller 

Jack Peacock 

Stamcy Pierce 

Boh Popp 

John Raper 

Elizabeth Lucille Rose 

Betty Lou Rose 

Xancv Ridffe 



Boh Russell 
Marion Stine 
Ed Sueta 

Maxine Swaringen 
Georgie Swink 
Bernice Ridenhour 
Mary Alice Tesh 
Jcannette Wensil 
Conrad West 
Nancy Whitley 
Jim White 
Ann Whitesell 
Dixie Wilson 
Marv Ann York 




Jack Peacock Willie Davis 
Business Mar. President 




John - Raper 
Lihrnrian 



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Band 




Charles Allen 
Marjorie Brown 
Joy Covington 
Mareelene Garner 
Robert Hughes 
Walter Krewson 
Anne McWhirter 
John Raper 
Dan Stowe 
William White 



George Armstrong 
Charles Caudill 
Charles Dunn 
J. C. Grose 
Charles Jarrell 
Clarence Maxwell 
Carol Neighbors 
Bernice Ridenhour 
Kd Sueta 



Charles Black 
Herbert Clapp 
Louie Eargle 
Frank Hammond 
Tennyson Jones 
Katherine Mavhew 
Peggy Phillips 
June Rogers 
Josephine Tillev 



Francis Rooze 
Howard Coleman 
Marie Essa 
Louise Haywood 
Betty Jordan 
Bobbie Mullinix 
Charles Purett 
Carrie Smith 
(iavle Walden 



Music Educators 




First row: Willie Davis. Ruth Madison, Lillian Allen. Berniee Ridenhour. Shirley Davis. 
Second row: Robert Hughes. Gayle Walden, Charles Allen. John Howard Allen. Charles 
Black Frances Dearman. Third row: Tennyson Jones, Clarence Maxwell. Frank Hammond. 
Ed Sueta, John Raper, Dr. Wilson. 



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La Tertalia 




International Relations Club Officers 




Left to right: Billie Stroud. Secy.-Treas.; Bob Buie, Prrs.; Joyce Layton. Yice-Pres. ; Dr. Deskins and 
Dr. Bartlett, Advisers. 



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College Chamber of Commerce 




Dr. (i. II. HoBART 

Adviser 



Jerry Jar vis 
President 



Richard S. Dale 
Adviser 



f. B. L A. 




Howard Wright James Angel David Auman Bobby Parrish J. Hedgecock Bill King 

Vice-Pres. Sec. Treas. Exec. Com. Exec. Com. Exec. Com. 




First rare: Paul Albertson, Robert Bailey, Sonny Benfield, Dick C 
Green. Second row: Travis Hanes, James Harris. Rick Hornaday, 
Mahafi'ey. Third row: Robert Maness, O. W. Morton. Adrian Xeal. 
man, Robert Powell. Fourth row: James Queen, Bob Robertson. Ro 
Wrenn, Ronnie York. 



happell, Ricl 

John f I;: hi. 

Barry New 
icrt Walker 



ard C! 
, Tom 
ome. .1 
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ement, Blake 
Key. diaries 
ick Peacock, 

Winfrey , Ch 



(.onion. Bill 

Kinsey, Jack 

Alfred Pcrrv- 

de Wood. Bill 



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Majorettes 



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MARIE ESSA 



MARCELENE GARNER PEGGIE PHILLIPS 



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Sports 



Sports Parade of 1951 and 1952 



By Greg Merhige 



As the curtain rises on the hardwood of the Harrison Gymnasium, we find Coach Bob Davis 
stressing tip-top conditioning- to his "Panthers" and "Kittens" alike. 

The season, as we go to press, is in its infancy with the team just overflowing with talent. The 
Panthers face a hard and heavy schedule for the season, against such teams as Union Kentucky, 
Milligan College, The Citadel, and many others. Facing teams of this caliber, one must have a 
team in order to step out onto the floor. 

With boys such as "Easy" Ed Sueta hooking from the key, Bobby Davidson play-making, 
Tony Lisk rebounding, Paul "Abbie" Pryor hustling, and Jesse Joyce capable of hitting the cards 
for double figures, we're sure we have that worthy team. 

Many times it has been stated that a club is just as good as its reserves, and we can say with 
pride that we have these reserves right down the line. Coach Davis believes, that if a man's good 
enough for a uniform, he's good enough to see action. Too, tiie "Loose as a Goose" Sonny "Flip" 
Thornton will be doing his part in adding to the string victories of the Panthers- Along with 
Sonny will be Conrad West, who can be counted on to hit the scoring column, easy going Bob 
Popp, aggressive Billy Hicks, rebounder, Harold "Slick" Sykes, Ken "Baby" Frazier, and scrap- 
per "Laughing Boy" Gene "Yank" Royce. 

Coach Davis, a student of Adolph Rupp, has introduced to the boys the "Rupp System" of 
play. Every game the Panthers use this system with great hustle, and they make every play count. 
The Coach lias stressed that not a step can be wasted; and as we all know, none is. 

In spite of blisters and sore feet from daily drills, the boys are working hard and improv- 
ing each day. We feel confident as the season rolls on that we shall have one of the top teams in 
the conference, if not the number one team. 

When the curtain falls at the end of the season and the whistle blows, High Point College 
will add another victory to its records, and we shall once again take off our hats to a great coach 
and another great team. 

Bob Davis, the new mentor for this year, came to High Point last season as head line coach 
for football and assistant basketball coach. Bob, a graduate of the class of 1950 from George- 
town University, Kentucky, knows how to process the qualities that make a fine coach. 

We, the students, want you to know, Coach Davis, that we're glad to have you with us. 



74 




Arthur Paschal, Athletic Director 




Head Coach, Bob Davis 



75 



"Purple Panthers" 




J. V. Coach 

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VARSITY RECORD 



Won 
20 



Lost 

10 



J. V. RECORD 



Won 
13 







THE PANTHERS AN]) THE KITTENS' 



76 



First Five 




Valuable Reserves 




77 



lettermeti Back for '51 -'52 




Green Horns for '51 -'52 





MANAGERS 




Carroll Hahox 



Bill Lancaster 



7,; 



"foundation of the Panthers" 




Easy" Ed Sueta 





Bobby "Skeeter" Davidson 



Jesse "Snake-Eve" Joyce 



711 





Tony "Scrapper" Lisk 



Paul "Abbie-Deals" P 



rvor 



A Few Panthers 



Sonny "Flip" Thort< 



Conrad "Shirts" West 





80 





Harold "Slick" Svkcs 



Ken "Babv" F 



A Few Panthers 



Bobbv !>. 



V I'olMi 



Billv Hicks 





81 




Gene 



Yank 



Royce 



Panthers Go Into Action 




82 





Big Ed Takes Jun 



Davidson Controls Hclioiuul 



Action Against McCrary 



Battle For Ball 





83 




Talking It Over 



Let's Go Get 'em 



After 

Season 

flash 



Sueta sets 

Conference 

scoring record 




After 

Season 

flash 

Panthers 
runner-up 

m Conference 



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North State Conference Champs 




.rUP/7' /<? 





laT^lfe* 



Carlos Horcasitas, John Franklin, .John Hall, Philip Angeles, .Mike Reyes Varela, 
Rudolph Frazier. 



Coach demonstrates 
Forehand Drive 




Didn't Lose a Set 



Philip Angeles 




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Cheer Leaders 



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Fairy Hodgin, Joyce Mellis, Billie Stroud. Bonnie Jean Crawford. Jane Lathrop. Wilnia Winfrec. 



IV. A. A. Officers 




Kathleen Payne, Pres.; Peggie Phillips, T'ice-Pres.; Fairy Etta Hodgin, >SV 
Maxine Swaringen, Treas.j Naneye Clifton, Intramural Representative. 



CI/. J 



:;,: 




features 



Queen of the May 




Billie Stroud 



88 



Maids of Honor 




DOT STONE and SUE ALLRED 



ii'i 




Miss High Point College 

as chosen by Kay Kvskr 



BETTY ANN .MILLER 



A lady of charm . . . Asheboro 
Homecoming Queen Attendant . 
Strickland. 



. . sophomore . . . dorm council . . . .May Court . . 
. Sigma Alpha Phi ... A liomemaker, Mrs. R. I. 



!)! 




DIXIE WILSON 

Chic . . . High Point . . . senior . . . superlative, best-looking . . . Centennial Queen's 
Court . . . Choir . . . President, Alpha Theta Psi . . . Public School Music. 



9 'J 




MARION WARREN 

Dimples . . . Cameron . . . junior . . . May Court . . . Secretary, Sigma Alpha Phi 
"Red" . . ■ Primary Education. 



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WILMA WINFREY 

Friendly Freshman . . . Kernersville . . . Leader in high school . . . valedictorian 
chief marshal . . . class president . . . good beginning in college . . . cheerleader 
May Court. 



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Fraternities and Sororities 




delta Alpha Epsilon 



Organized 1929 





Sonny Benfield Kent Brendle Al Broadway Ken Campbell Pete Canada Linwood Carter 

Hugi. Conner Dean Dull L. C. Kllis Bobby Gandy Garland Green John Hall 

Travis Hanes Rick Hornaday Dean Joyce Bunny Lisk Tony Liske David Meekins 

Sonny Morris t'aul Nash John Rush James Sues 



96 



Alpha Theta Psi 




Dixie Wilson 
President 

Joyce Kearns 
Vice-President 



Organized 1928 





Jayn Collett 
Secretary 

I. \ i ra M. DeHaven 
Treasurer 




Becky Autry Louise Bailey 

Carolyn Honbarrier Kent Hubbard 
Mildred Redding Susie Sparks 



Willie Davis 
Jane Lathrop 
Shirley Swiggett 



Hetty Floyd 
Jean McDonald 
Marv Ann York 



97 



Epsilon Eta Phi 



Organized 1927 




First row: Dick Chappell, Tommy Charping, Keith (lark, Bill Ervin, Frank Hammond, Don" 
Holhrook, .Jesse Joyce. 

Second row: Bill King. Walter Krewson. Hill Miller. Boh McLeod, Horace Xohle, Doug Norwood, 
Mclvin Parks. 

Third row: Herbert Potts, Roy Sappenfield, Kelsey Schuyler, Nick Seriotis. Homer Smith. Homer 
Spain. Ken Turner. 

Fourth row: J. D. Wade. Leon Walker. Bill Wrenn. 




98 



Theta Phi 

Organized 1927 






Joyce Ray Layton 
President 




Maxine Swaringen Eleanor Goldston Joan Crowded 

Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 

Shirley Allred Patsv Buzhardt Elizabeth Cockerham Jane Crews 

Dixie Henderson Peggv Measmer Peggie Phillips Betty J. Shepherd 

Bobbie Guvan Shumaker Billie Jacqueline Stroud Reba Alice bright 



99 



lota Tau Kappa 



Pat Bencini 
Charlie Hines 
Kent Mostly 
Clavton Snyder 



Organized 192 




Ken Host 
Tom Key 
Rafel G. Munoz 
Jack Stanbaek 



Sam Dockery 
Vernon Kimbro 
Harry Newman 
Buddy Welch 



John Franklin 
Broadus Melton 
Boli Robertson 
Raleigh Williams 



Don Helms 
Keith Mobley 
Robert Shaffer 
Bobbv Woods 




100 



Sigma Alpha Phi 



Organized 1928 






Dot Stone Bonnie Crawford Marion Warren .1 \lia Strouse 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 




SueAllred Barbara Atkins Iris Brown N T ancy Clifton Pearl Denton Betty Dillon 

Dean Gore Fairy Hodgin Nancy Koonts Betty Martin Nora McMasters Betty Ann Miller 
Martha Queen ' Betty J. Stephen.-, Nancy Tysinger Marian Vaughn Joan Wood 



101 



N. D. M. Club 



Organized 1939 



Buddy Brawxey 
( 'orres ponding Secy. 








Mrs. Arthur Paschal 
Adviser 




Ray Vargas 
Carlos Horcasitas 
Mike Reyes V'arela 
Conrad W est 



Greg Merhige 

Treasurer 
Sara Cole 
Clarence Maxwell 
Rudolph James 



Members not pictured: Blanton Jones. Percy Rogers. Ken Frazier, Bob Davidson, 
N'os Alman, Glenn Clubb. 



102 



delta Seta Alpha 



Organized 19-18 




Howard Coleman, Corresponding Secy.; Max Miller, Vice-Pres.; H. L. Wilson, Pres.; Jerry Jarvis, Secy.; 
Arlen Pons, Treas.; Don Klkins, Gene Ferguson. Jimmy Gilland, Howard Graham, Jimmy Herring, Bill 
Hipps, Don Kearns, Charles Jarrell, Bill Jenkins, Tennyson Jones, Jack Peacock, Bill Penfield, Bill Pitt 
man. Boh Powell. Charles Snyder, Jim Tucker, Bill White. 
Honorari fratres: Mr. Arthur G. Paschal. 



103 



Epsilon Phi micron 



Organized 1919 




David Aheniathy. George Armstrong. Charles Caudill, Roy Cockerhain. Bill Collette, Dayton Crews, 
Fredrick Darkis. Gene Dull. Jim Fowler, Frank Graham. Ken Greene, George Holland, Fred Hasty, 
.lack Hedgcock, ('harks Maultsby, Johnny Miles, \V. H. Needham. Ronnie Owens. Robert Popp, 

Paul Pryor, Jim Scott, Allen Smith. Orville Stroud. Ed Sueta. Hal Sykes. S y Thornton, Jim 

Warren, James Williams. 

Honorari fratres: Dr. Joseph M. Wilson. 



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NOTE: The Editor withdrew from achool because of illness on December 3, 1951 



High Point College 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
December 15, 1951 




Dear Bill, 

VJe made it i At last the work on the ZENITH is complete; 
in a few minutes it will be on its way to the printer. We 
wish you could have been here to help tie the string around 
the bundles which envelop sc much hard work. 

We have missed you constantly in the past three weeks 
as we came down to the final rush to meet the deadline. So 
many times we wanted to say, "Bill what do you think of this?" 
or "Is this all right?" But we had to make those decisions 
ourselves, and we hope that they meet with your approval, that 
we have put the finishing touches on a yearbook of which you 
can be truly proud. 

On this day we realize as never before how much we owe 
to you; you laid the foundation for all our work; you inspired 
and spurred us on. Bill, as far as everyone is concerned, 
you will always be the Editor-in-chief of the 1952 ZENITH. 

The student body joins with the staff in voicing their 
appreciation for what you have done and wishing for your con- 
tinued happiness and complete restoration to health in the 
coming year. 

Sincerely, 



J& ^~^L Jtaffi 



come to STAMEY\S . . . before you go anywhere! 

759 North &■ *—\ 1— \ V*^ -. -. * gj - High Point, 
Main Street 40?TA4VieU4 ^^J^^ ^^^^ ^ '" 

Distinctive Luggage Leather Goods and Gifts 


Meet Your Classmates at 

STEELE'S DINER 

Five Points 


STROUD'S FLORIST 

Greensboro Road 

Second Road to Left Beyond Five Points 

PHONE 2997 


Students' Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 

* 

BOOKS -:- REFRESHMENTS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 


Sears Roebuck and Co. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Rack 
• 

319 North Main 
PHONE 3435 


Compliments 

A Friend of High Point College 



W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

110 S. Perry Street Telephone 2360 - 2165 
Millers of Flour, Meal and Feed 


Compliments 

AUMAN MANUFACTURING CO. 


"If It's For the Office' 

PIEDMONT OFFICE SUPPLIES 

Phone 4-1561 203 N. Main Street 
Greensboro, N. C. 


Compliments 
A Friend of the College 


Compliments 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 
Department Stores 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

THE MAJOR APPLIANCE STORE 
Telephone 2850 145 S. Wrenn Street 


Compliments of 

THE HOME 
BUILDING, INC. 

ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 


ONE STUDENT TELLS ANOTHER 

ALBERT'S 
Dependable Jewelers 

2 Doors From Center Theatre 


Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 

High Point. North Carolina 


Compliments of 

GRIFFIN BAKING COMPANY 

West Market Street Ext. 

Phone 33995 

Greensboro, North Carolina 


SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 

Phones 3396 — 3397 

"Everything to Build Anything" 

High Point. North Carolina 


KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 

Opposite Postoffice 
Phone 3373 


Compliments 

Union Clothing Co. 

114 E. Commerce 



Compliments of 

N. H. SILVER, INC. 

QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN 


Compliments of 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

Corner of South Main and Nathan Hunt Drive 
PHONE 3284 


Compliments of 

CITY CAB INC. — Phone 3408 
BLUE BIRD CAB^CO.— Phone 4531 


Compliments of 

THE BLOSSON SHOP 

Across the Street from the College 


LYLES CHEVROLET CO. 

727 North Main Street 
PHONE 2348 


ROSE FURNITURE COMPANY 

"Where Quality and Price Meet" 

243 South Main Street 
PHONE 4332 


General Hardware & Lumber Co. 

239 White Oak Street 

AsHEBORO, N. C. 


SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 

Dial 3393 
210-212 Pine Street 


Compliments 

Asheboro Printing Co. 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 


S. E. HAUSER & COMPANY 

Wholesale and Retail 

FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES 
FEED AND SEED 

Phone 2776 118-120 North Wrenn Street 


Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

Phone 2376 


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 


Compliments of 

BORDEN'S ICE CREAM 
COMPANY 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

HODGIN ROOFING & 
SUPPLY CO. 

COMPLETE ROOFING SERVICE 

921 W. Lee Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



CECIL'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
COMPANY 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
304 South Main Street 



Phone 2929 



LESTER'S JEWELERS 

ELGIN : HAMILTON : GRUEN 
BULOVA : TISSOT WATCHES 
Art Carved Diamonds 

144-46 North Main Street 



MARIETTA PAINT & 
COLOR CO. 



FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 
PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 



MANN'S 
Cut-Rate Drug Store 



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



Lexington, N. C. 



KannapolLs, N. C 
Reidsville, IN. C. 
Burlington. N. C. 



Richardson's Department Store 

133-135 South Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

P. O. Box 1903 Telephone 2904 



GOOD 
FOOD 



FOR 




PLEASED 
GUESTS 

john Sexton & co. 

CHICAGO — IONG ISLAND CUT — PHILADELPHIA 
DALLAS— ATLANTA— PITTSBURGH— DETROIT— BOSTON 



The Griffith Tailoring Company 

Made to Order Suits jor Ladies and Men 

120V2 South Main Street 
Marvin H. Griffith High Point, N. C 



Compliments of 



Tobias 



DUTCH LAUNDRY, INC. 

COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING 
SERVICE 



Dial 3319 



827 South Main Street 



Compliments of 

ELWOOD HOTEL 

High Point, North Carolina 
Ken Simons, Mgr. 



Silver Knit Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS FINE HOSIERY 
High Point, North Carolina 



W. A. DAVIS MILLING COMPANY 

110 South Perry Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

P. 0. Box 1552 Telephone 2360 - 2165 

MILLERS OF FLOUR. MEAL AND FEED 




PROGRESSIVE TRANSPORTATION 
SINCE 1930 



Central Ice Delivery Co. 

* 

236 W. Russell 

PHONE 4S0T 


S. L. CARPENTER 

Jeweler and Gemologisl 
113 W. Washington 


Compliments 

D. and H. BOOK STORE 

117 E. Commerce 
PHONE 2351 


Compliments 

DIXIE'S SODA SHOP 

813 N. Main 
PHONE 2247 


Compliments 

S. H. KRESS AND CO. 
5-10-25c STORE 


ADAMS DANCE STUDIO 

TAP - TOE ■ BALLET - ACROBATIC 
"The Newest antl Smartest in Social Dancing ' 

757 N. Main Phone 6010 


YOU WILL ENJOY 

SCHRAFFT'S HAV-A-TAMPA 
CANDIES CIGARS 

Distributed by 
BENNETT-LEW ALLEN CO. 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 


Smith Studio and Camera Shop 

Portrait and Commercial Photographers 
206 N. Main Phone 27.il) 


Compliments 

O. P. 0. CLOTHES 

156 S. Main 


MEAL-A-MINIT CAFE 

PLATE LUNCHES. SANDWICHES. AND 
SHORT ORDERS 

341 S. Main 


SWAM SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 
High Point Rocky Mount 


FRANKLIN and HUNT AUTO SALES 

"We Buy and Sell 

New or Used Cars 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 


W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 
Ready Mixed Concrete 

HIGH POINT JACKSONVILLE 

Phones 3243-5922 


Compliments 

Sheraton Hotel 

314 N. Main 
PHONE 3375 



GREEN'S DRUG STORE 

Prescriptions — Prompt Delivery 
610 N. Main Phone 5618 



PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS - MIRRORS - PAINTS • BRUSHES 
1 S. Hamilton 



Compliments 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

753 N. Main 
PHONE 5613 



JACOBS MEN SHOP 

"Correct Styling for College Wear'' 
114 S. Main Street 



Compliments of 

LOGAN PORTER 
MIRROR COMPANY 

Master Mirrors 



Special 

Dietetic Foods 

AT 

Younts Grocery 

790 N. MAIN ST. 



Compliments 



F. W. Woolworth Co. 



115 South Main Street 



HIGH POINT LAUNDRY, INC. 

LAUNDERERS -:- CLEANERS 
228 N. Wrenn Street Phone 3325 



W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 

Phone 4313 208 E. Washington St. 

QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING 
DYEING 



HAROLD C. DAVIS 

"Chapel of Flowers'' 

Funeral Directors Ambulance Service 

PHONE 5049 



IDOL-GREEN CO. 



Real Estate Sales Property Management 

Insurance — Mortgage Loans 
115 W. Washington Street Phone 5069 




Manufacturers of Better 

LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 

High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

A Friend of High Point College 

HIGHLAND MOTORS, INC. 

CADILLAC -:- OLDSMOBILE 

805 N. Main Street Phone 2820 



HORTON FURNITURE CO. 

200-206 E. Washington Street 

"QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS" 

Phone 3794 


Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted 

THE SAME DAY 
No Appointment Necessary 

DR. MAX RONES, OPTOMETRIST 

Office Hours 9:00-5:00 P.M. 
201 N. Main Street 


Compliments of 

THE FLI-BACK SALES CORP. 

Hicn Point, N. C. 

World's Largest Distributor of 

Paddle & Ball Games Return Tops 
Sponge Balls 1 Yo Yo Type 1 
Sponge Return Balls Spinning Tops 
Sponge Base Balls Balloon & Balloon Sticks 


Compliments 
A Friend of High Point College 


Ellington's Grill 

"Home of Foot Long Hot Dogs" 
S. Main Extension 


Compliments of 

MYRTLE DESK CO. 

• 

Manufacturers of 

OFFICE AND INSTITUTIONAL 

FURNITURE 


TEMPLE-CURRY MOTOR CO., Inc. 

AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 

781 North Main Street 
Phone 5979 


CLOVER BRAND 
DAIRIES, INC. 

High Point, N. C. 

• 

"LET CLOVER BRAND PURITY 
BE YOUR SECURITY" 


Compliments 

Armstrong Veneer and Lumber Co. 

788 North Main Street 


Compliments 

H. Frank Hunsucker 


WHITLARKS' FLOWERS and GIFTS 

"Say It With Flowers and Say It With Ours" 

206 West Howell Street 
PHONE 3694 



NORTH STATE TELEPHONE 
COMPANY 

Serving High Point and Vicinity 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 



RAWLINGS, VOIT & WILSON 
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 



119 N. Greene Street 

Telephone 2-0912 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



NASH JEWELRY AND LOAN CO. 



"Nash Saves You Cash" 



ADAMS-MILLIS 
CORPORATION 



Manufacturer 

SEAMLESS AND 
FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY 



High Point, N. C. 



Graduate to Greater 
Savings at 1 our Friendly 




<ST 



COLONIAL STORES 




Pilot to Protection 
Since 1903 

Pilot Life Insurance Company 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



Beeson Hardware Company, Inc. 

214 North Main Street High Point, N. C 

SPORTING GOODS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
AND FARM EQUIPMENT 



Compliments of 



THE LILLY COMPANY 



High Point, N. C 



Compliments 

McLellan's 

5-10-25c STORE 



WELCH FURNITURE CO. 

Manufacturers of 
BED ROOM FURNITURE 

Since 1900 


COLTRANE-GRAHAM 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

P. 0. Box 1767 Phone 2695 
245 South Hamilton Street 


New Service Laundry 

205 Centennial Avenue 
Telephone 3364 


CAROLINA BODY CO. 

AUTO BODY REBUILDERS 

Wheel Balancing Glass Cut and Installed 
344 N. Wrenn Upholstering Phone 3273 


Sportswear Formats to Rent 

SHACKELFORDS 

140 N. Main Street 
Freeman Shoes Custom Tailoring 


Compliments of 

Harry B. Finch 


Compliments of 

High Point Paper Box Co. 


Stanley's Jewelers 

THE DIAMOND and WATCH STORE 

"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention 
114 East High Street Phone 5011 


RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"Prescriptions a Specially" 

122 N. Main Street Phone 3333 

COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME 


Compliments of 

Peggy Anne Shop 


Compliments of 

A Friend of 
High Point College 


Compliments of 

MRS. LELA H. COLTRANE 


MID-STATE INSURANCE AGENCY 

H. R. Trollinger, Jr., Mgr. 
Ashley Hotel Bldg. Asheboro, N. C. 



Compliments of 


Dillon Supply Co. 


KERN'S BAKERY, INC. 


INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 




Raleigh Durham Rocky Mount Goldsboro 


Compliments of 

GEO. L. HUNDLEY 

Insurance : Rentals : Property Management 
Sales : Mortgage Loans 


QUALITY BEAUTY SHOP 

"// Your Hair Is Not 

Becoming to You 

You Should Be Coming To Us" 


7 Salem Street Thomasville, N. C. 


Phone 4653 


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 


QUALITY SHOE STORE 


Efird's Department Store 


EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 


QUALITY MERCHANDISE 


"A Fit For Every Foot" 


AT LOWER PRICES 


0. E. KEARNS & SONS 


THE SHUTTERBUGS CAMERA SHOP 

Raleigh Hunt, Photographer 


"Manufacturers of Hosiery' 


Phone 6715 



High Point Saving & Trust Co. 

Conservative Banking Since 1905 
Member of F. D. I. C. 


Compliments 

MYRTIE'S SHOP 

112 South Main Street 
Phone 3746 


RUBY'S 

High Point's Largest. Credit Jewelry 
159 South Main Street 


DAIRY PRODUCTS OF 
HIGH POINT QUALITY 

LINDALE DAIRY CORP. 

"It Is Our Pleasure to Serve You" 
Lexington Avenue 


Compliments of 

DICK CULLER'S, INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 

105 North Main Street 
PHONE 3687 


C. DeWITT HOLTON 
FURNITURE CO. 

"QUALITY FURNITURE 
& CARPETS" 

817 South Main Street 
Phone 3791 


Compliments of 

J. W. Sechrest b Son, Inc. 

Serving This Community Since 1897 
High Point, North Carolina 


High Points Oldest S~*J?%* 5%& /9 
and Leading Tailors ^"e^jrSi S5^Y*S% J 

New Amos Bids. m M Ml** ^ 




BYRUM CLEANERS 

514 English Street 309 Prospect Street 
Phone 3651 Phone 4988 

• 
"WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER" 


if* J 

111 W. Washington Street iVC-^ 


^/LORINfiCS 










Compliments of 

B ELK-BECK 

High Point's Largest Leading 
Department Store 


ECKERD'S DRUG STORE 

Headquarters for Prescriptions 
and Fine Cosmetics 

140 South Main Street 


Mom Rogers' Restaurant 

"ALWAYS WELCOME" 

U.S. 29 and 70 
Phone 7985 



The Printed Word 
Makes Education Possible 



'Better Printing Pays" 



Phone 
2385 



Phone 
2330 




htier/.ress-Com/JeiePin^SerKcelijh^L 



T 

HIGH POINT 
NORTH CAROL! HA 



Compliments 



KIDDIE TOT HOSIERY MILL 




1 leruage L^ Ldt^JM^ 



Henredon 



Custom Quality at Practical Prices 

Factories at High Point, Mocksville & 
Morganton, N. C. 



Compliments 

Young Furniture and Rug Co. 

1706 North Main Street 
Phone 5051 



CUT RATE FURNITURE CO. 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 
"The Price Is Less" 



615-617 E. Green St. 



Phone 2879 



Compliments of 



CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 



High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 



Gill's Lad ies Shop 

128 South Main Street 
Phone 3920 




EDUCATED 

NOW? 

To be sure you are, with a prized diploma to show for 
it! Congratulations en all those tests you've success- 
fully passed. 

Now life is going to give you the supreme test of think- 
ing for yourself. You'll hear that the political planners 
can manage everything for you, and give you a "secure" 
life If you think that one through clearly, you will 
see that the most secure people you could find ar- 
the ones in jail. 

You'll probably hear more about your "rights" than 
you do about your responsibility. Yet your teachers 
have warned you that every right carries with it on 
obligation equal or greater. 

DURE POWER COMPANY 



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

HIGH POINT-THOMASVILLE 

High Point # Thomasville 6" Denton Railroad Company 

"Nothing But Service To Sell" 


HUNTER COAL & ICE CO. 

COAL : ICE : FUEL OIL 
HEATING SERVICE 

Phone 3366 


Compliments of 

Piedmont Electric Repair Co., Inc. 

Lexington, N. C. 


RITCH'S FACE VENEER CO. 

130 Silk Street Phone 2135 
"Taped Face Veneers Ready to Lay" 


PAUL SMITH STUDIOS 

HOME STUDIO UPTOWN 

1242 S. Main St. N. Main & Wash. Sts. 
Phone 5639 Phone 6433 


CUMBY-ORRELL MORTUARY 

AMBULANCE 5045 
Broad Street at Chestnut 


EDGAR SNIDER 

Printing Flowers 

Wrenn at Howell 

Edgar Snider, '36 


ROSAINE 

EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE 


Samuel Hyman 

JEWELER GIFT SHOP 



Compliments 

JIFFY MANUFACTURING CO 



High Point, N. C. 



Compliments 

Charles Stores Co. 



Kelley's Kan dies 



HEALTH FOODS - CANDY - MAGAZINES 



INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CO. 

323 South Main Street 
PHONE 3464 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER CO. 

1213 Ward Street Phone 4006 

"Where the Home Begins in High Point" 



KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 
"CROWN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS" 

1203 Tryon Street P. 0. Box 1428 

High Point, N. C. 



Home Service Stores 

305 W. Green Street Phone 3715 

"Home Service jor Home People" 



Peanut 

Butter 

Sandwiches 




Peanuts 

Candy 

Potato Chips 



Compliments of 

Jeff's Drug Store 

"Where the Students Meet to Eat" 



Compliments of 

Zep Manufacturing Corp. 



ATLANTA, GA. 



Compliments of 

KOONCE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Phone 4545 
High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 



C. L. Amos 



COLONIAL 
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES, Inc. 

TERMINALS 

Home Office 

Hich Point, N. C. Richmond, Va. 

Phone 3481 Phone 3-5030 

Baltimore, Md. 

Phone Mulberry 1250 



THERE IS A FUTURE IN 



TEXTILES 



The world's oldest manufacturing industry — textiles 
— is today one of our most exciting and challenging 
industries, producing revolutionary textile products 
with qualities which men have sought for centuries. 
Man-made fibers, new products of the chemist's 
test-tube, have been a major contributor to this 
textiles progress. 

A small textile producer in 1923, Burlington Mills 
believed in the future of rayon — an early man-made 
fiber. In the past 28 years Burlington has become a 
leader in the development and production of beauti- 
ful, durable and high-quality filament, spun and knit 
synthetic fabrics. From one plant with approxi- 
mately 200 employees, our Company has grown to 
include 73 manufacturing plants in 43 communities 
of eight states and four foreign countries. Em- 
ploying 34,000 people, Burlington is today the 
world's largest producer of synthetic fabrics, and it 
is a recognized leader in the designing, development, 
research, merchandising and fashion fields as well 
as manufacturing. 

If you are a young man or woman looking for a 
place in industry, we think you should consider 
textiles — and Burlington. It can hold a bright 
future for the person with the willingness to learn, 
ability to work, and the natural interest in this 
fascinating and competitive field. 



HIGH POINT WEAVING PLANT 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

a unit of 



Burlington Mills «l 

" If^oven into ^^ the Life of America" 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES: GREENSBORO, N. C. 



PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



for the 



1952 ZENITH 



Galanna Studiai, 9nc. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
"ON LOCATION" 



114 Park Row New York 7 New York 



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Group Photos by Bill Hipps