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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1953, High Point College"

(OBERTS HALL 



About the '53 Zenith 



Published annually bv the student bodv of 

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Hidi Point College 



Reginald Cooke. Editor-in-Chief 
Helen Coltrane. Associate Editor 
Howard Graham. Business Manager 
Jo Bundy. Associate Business Manager 
Miss E. Vera Idol. Faculty Adviser 



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IN MEMORI AM 



PERCY ELLIOTT LINDLEY. A.B., A.M., Litt.D. 



Percy Elliott Lindley was actively associated with High Point College from its be- 
ginning until his death, and his sudden and unexpected passing on October 9, 1952, left 
the entire college family stunned and saddened. 

Dr. Lindley, over the years, served as Dean of the Faculty, Dean of Students, Head 
of the Department of Religious Education, and Director of Religious Activities. He or- 
ganized the first college band and served as its director for several years. He had a part 
in setting up and advising every religious organization on the campus, and as chairman 
of the lecture and assembly committees, he brought to the college and community many 
programs of culture and entertainment. He was an ordained minister of the Methodist 
Church, and served as pastor of several churches. He was in constant demand as a speaker 
at churches, schools, and civic clubs throughout the state. Through his books he served a 
still wider public. 

"Dean" Lindley, as he was always affectionately called, fulfilled completely the 
character of Chaucer's "parson": 

"But Cristes loore, and his apostles twelve 
He taughte, but first he folwed it hymselve." 

His winsome Christian character, his sincerity and honesty, and his kindness and under- 
standing were evident in classroom, pulpit, and private conference. He was never too busv 
to listen generously and graciously to any one who needed help, advice, or sympathy. He 
loved everybody and every cause to which he attached himself. A tireless worker and 
student himself, he was the symbol of authority on all phases of college life. These Chris- 
tian qualities, along with a soft voice and the delightful sense of humor for which he was 
noted, made him the perfect teacher. Through all the years no student left High Point 
College without having come under his influence. He has left a place in our college that 
no one can fill. We shall miss him, but his spirit will live on here on the campus and in 
pulpit and classroom wherever High Point College students are found. 

To the memory of Dean Lindley, Christian gentleman, faithful friend, and great 
teacher, we, the editors and staff, affectionately and sadly dedicate the 1953 Zenith. 




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WRENN MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



STUDENT CENTER 



FOREWORD 

On the pages of this volume are recorded some of the High Point College happen- 
ings in nineteen hundred and fifty-three. Here are memories, pictorial and printed, 
depicting the general characteristics of campus living, socially, intellectually, and spiri- 
tually. 

Should the whole volume represent a year, each sec-lion a month, each page a day, 
each picture and each printed word the hours and minutes, they could not approach the 
bigness of our hearts and minds as we recall the memories ot this year, hut they do repre- 
sent some of the highlights of our most serious contemplations and our most joyous ex- 
periences. 



WOMAN'S HALL 



McCULLOCU HALL 






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PRESIDENT 

Dennis Hargrove Cooke 

A.B., M.Ed., Ph.D. 




Reading lelt to right: First row: Mrs, Rankin, Dr. I^ray, Dr. Cooke, Mr. Ross, Mr. Porter, Mrs. Coltrane. 
Second row: Dr. Pritchard, Rev. J. C. Auman. Mr. Hoilgin. Mr. McCrary, Mr. Koonce. Third row: Mr. 
Womble, Mr. Blaine Madison. Mr. Finch. Mr. Millie, Mr. Hunsurker, Mr. Amos. Fourth row: Mr. Hayworlh. 
Dr. Williams. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS 
Mr. L. F. Ross. Chairman. Asheboro: Mr. F. Logan Porter. Vice-Chairman. High Point: Dr. C. L. Gray. Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. High Point: Mr. H. A. Millis. Chairman Emeritus. High Point. 

MEMBERS 

Class of 1953 
Mr. C. L. Amos, High Point: Mr. Harry B. Pinch. Thomasville; Mr. Joshua Home. Rocky Mount: Mr. A. J. 
Koonce. High Point: Mr. F. Logan Porter. High Point: Mrs. Katie MacAulav Rankin. Mount Gilead: Dr. J. D. 
Williams. High Point. 

Class of 1954 

Rev. J. Clyde Auman. Winston-Salem: Mr. Horace S. Haworth, High Point; Mr. Vernon Hodgin. Greensboro: 
Dr. G. Ray Jordan. Atlanta Ga.; Mr. G. H. Kearns, High Point: Mr. H. A. Millis. High Point: Mr. E. W. Teague. 
Greensboro. 

Class of 1955 
Mr. Stanford R. Brookshire, Charlotte: Mrs. D. S. Coltrane. Raleigh: Mr. C. A. Dillon. Raleigh: Bishop Paul N. 
Garber. Richmond. Va.: Dr. C. L. Gray. High Point: Rev. Clay Madison. Concord: Mr. L. F. Ross. Asheboro. 

Class of 1956 
Mr. Felix Harvey. III. Kinston: Mr. H. F. Hunsurker. High Point: Mr. Charles W. McCrary, Asheboro: Mr. 
Blaine Madison. Raleigh: Dr. J. E. Pritchard. Asheboro: Mr. William F. Womble. Winston-Salem: Mr. Elliott 
Wood. High Point. 



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CLIFFORD R. HINSHAW BETTY S. PERR^ 

A.B.. M.A.. A.M.. Litt.D., Counsellor for Women. 
Dean of Instruction and Di- 
rector of Summer School, 
Professor of Education and 
Psychology. 



ARTHUR G. PASCHAL 




J. HOBART \LLRED 
\.\l.. Dean of Stu- 



B.S.. M.S.. Counsellor for A.I 

Men, Associate Professor of dents. Professor of Modern 

Physical Education. Languages. 



-STAFF 



First row: 

E. J. COLTRANE. A.B.. A.M.. Ed.D.. Financial Repre- 
sentative. 
ELIZABETH DUNN. Assistant Manager of Bookstore. 
MYRTLE ENGEN. R.N.. Graduate Resident Nurse. 
MARY H. FEARING. Matron. 
FRANCES GAYNOR. Assistant in Bursar's Office. 



Second row: 

W. H. GEYER. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 
MRS. W. G. HOLT. Assistant Dietitian. 
MONA HALL. Secretary to Registrar. 
EDNA I). PASCHAL. Recreation Director. 
1NA M. PATRICK, A.R., A.B. in L.S., Assistant 
Librarian. 



Third row: 

JOAN SMITH. Secretary to President. 

REBECCA SNIDER. Assistant to Bursar. 

HENRIETTA STONE. Assistant Professor of Home Eco- 
nomics, Cafeteria Manager and Dietitian. 

CLARA WHITAKER. Matron of Woman's Hall. 

ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS. B.S.. Bursar and Graduate 
Manager of Athletics. 







Coltrane 

Dunn 

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Fearing 
Gaynor 

Geyer 
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Hall 

Paschal 

Patrick 

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FACULTY . 



First row, left to right: 

LOUISE ADAMS. A.B.. A.M., Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics and Alumni Executive Secretary. 
MADIE W. BARRETT. A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.. Instructor 

in Modern Languages. 

HELEN BARTLETT, A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D.. Professor of 
History. 

ALDA T. BERRY. AB., M.A.. Assistant Professor of 
Business. 

Second row: 

CLARICE BOWMAN, A.B.. A.M.. Assistant Professor 

of Religious Education. 
MARCELLA CARTER. A.B.. 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. 



Third row: 

EDMUND 0. CUMMINCS. B.S.. Ph.D.. Professor of 

Chemistry. 
ANNE HIGHSMITH DALE. A.B.. Instructor in Business. 
RICHARD S. DALE. B.S.. A.M.. Assistant Professor of 

Business. 
ROBERT McCUE DAVIS. A.B.. Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education and Head Coach. 

Fourth row: 

STEWART C. DESKINS, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.. Professor 

of Social Sciences. 
ERNESTINE EIELDS. B.Mus., B.S.. M.Mus.. Assistant 

Professor of Music. 
JOHN A. HAGER, B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D.. Professor of 

Modern Languages. 
BENJAMIN H. HILL. A.B.. M.S.. Ph.S.. Professor of 

Biology. 



Adams 
Barrett 

Bartlett 
Berry 



Bowman 
Carter 
Coble 
Collins 



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K. Dale 
Davis 



Deskins 

Fields 

Hager 

Hill 




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First row, left to right: 

GEORGE II. HOBART, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D., Projessor of 

Bus iness A ilm in is I ration. 

E. VERA IDOL. A. 15.. R.S.. MA., Professor of English. 
LEW J. LEWES. M.A., S.M.B., Ed. I).. Professor of Music. 
WILLIAM R. LOCKE. \.\].. S.T.Ii.. Ph.D.. Professor of 
Religions Education and Philosophy. 



Second row: 

LINCOLN LORENZ. A.R.. A.M.. Ph.D., Professor of 
English. 

EDITH MATTHEWS. B.S., M.S.. Assistant Professor of 
Home Economics. 

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

ABE PALMER. A.B., M.A., Instructor of History and 
Physical Education. 



Third row: 

ELLEN PHILBECK. B.S.. A.M.. Instructor in Physical 

Education. 
MABEL GRIFFIN REAVIS. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D.. Associate 

Professor of Mathematics. 
F. A. RIEDEL. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor of 

Science. 
LILLIAN SMITH. A.B.. M.A.. Instructor in Speech and 

Dramatics. 

Fourth row: 

RUTH A. STEELMAN, A.B., A.M.. Assistant Professor 
of Education. 

ALICE PAIGE WHITE. A.B.. A.M.. Assistant Professor 
of English. 

ARTHUR S. WITHERS. A. P.. M.A.. Professor of Eng- 
lish. 

N. P. YARBOROEGH. A.B.. A.M.. Professor of Modern 
Languages. 




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Matthews 
Moffitt 
Palmer 



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Seated, left tt 
Stun/ling, left 



right: Max Miller, .loan Crowder, David \uniaii. president: Betty Floyd, secretary, 
in right: John Sills, Willie Davis, Don Kearns, \iiru- Lewis. Bob Shook. 



Student Government 



Good is done by degrees; therefore, how- 
ever large or numerous the responsibilities 
placed before it, the Student Government has 
taekled them one by one with the hope of 
accomplishing the greatest amount oi good 
for the greatest number of people. It is true 
that the Student Government has not reached 
perfection, but in the struggle toward per- 
fection the desire ol its members has been 
to strengthen the character ol the school and 
to give stability to the student body. 




Auman Brendle 



DAVID AUMAN 
President 

KENT BRENDLE 
Vice-President 



BETTY FLOYD 

Secretary 



Floyd 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
In American Universities and Colleges 



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emhersmp in 



Who's Who I mom: Students in American I nlversities and Colleges is an honor 



giving national recognition l<» students displaying character, leadership, and scholarship. Selections 
for membership are made by the executive committee ol the faculty. 

The organization holds no meetings and elects no officers. The names and activities of those 
selected to this honor are published annually at the University of Alabama in a volume containing 
student leaders from approximately 650 schools. 




DAVID AUMAN ROBERT BARRETT 

REGINALD COOKE WILLIE DAVIS 

MARY C. OVERFELT JOHN RAPER 



RILL BIGHAM 

EDITH HARPER 

JOHN SILLS 



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Seated, left to right: Lewis, Fowler, Madison. Standing, left to right: Bigham, Barrett. 



On these pages appear the faces of class- 
mates who have so completely become a part 
of our lives that we hesitate to say goodbye. 
We have mutually shared work and play, joys 
and sorrows, failures and successes. We 
shall not soon forget these beautiful friend- 
ships nor the events which made our four 
years at High Point College a rich experi- 
ence. It is, therefore, with mixed emotions 
of joy and sadness that we leave these halls. 
We are beginning a new phase of an exciting 
adventure, and already we feel the pressure 
of great responsibilities to a restive society. 
These creative years have provided a founda- 
tion, and we hope that, as we achieve some 
measure of success in our individual lives, 
we shall be able to reflect praise and honor 
upon our alma mater. 



Senior Class 
Officers 



BILL BIGHAM p res id 



ent 



JIM FOWLER. 



-Vice-President 



RUTH MADISON Secretary 



ROBERT BARRETT Tr 



ANNE LEWIS Student Government Representative 



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SENIORS 




REBECCA HEWITT AUTRY 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. Primary Education 

Alpha Theta Psi Sororitv. President 4; 
Choir 1: Hi-Po. 

THORNTON DIXON ADAMS 

Carthage. North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity. Kappa 
Chi 1. 2. 3. 4: Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship; Duke University 1. 2: Freshman Ad- 



C. 



il 2: Church Board 2. 



MARTHA PORTER AXLEY 

Murphy. North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 4: Methodist Student 

Fellowship 4: Greensboro College 1. 2. 3. 

JACK D. ALBER 
Lexington. North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Pfeiffer College 1. 2: Fellowship Group 
1. 2: Speakers and Actors Guild 2: Inter- 
cultural Club 1. President 2: Male Quartet 
2; Choir 1. 2: Y.M.C.A. 1; Delta Psi 
Omega 2: Tiger House 2. 

LOUISE BAILEY 
Old Fort. North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority. Treasurer 4; 
Alpha Delta Theta 1. 2. 3, 4; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 1. 2. 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 1. 

CHABLES LEE ALLEN 

Lexington. North Carolina 

B.S. Music 

Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Choir 1. 2: Football 1: 

Civic Symphony 2. 3. 4: Music Educators 

of North Carolina 2. 3. 

MYRTLE MAE BESCHER 
Denton. North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Modern Priscilla 3. 4: Home Management 
Club 4; Methodist Student Fellowship 3. 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Dra- 
matics 2; Pfeiffer Junior College f. 2; 
Home Economics 2; Vice-President 2. 

DAVID WILLS AUMAN 
Trinity. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity: Studem 
Government. President 4: Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3: The Order of the Lighted Lamp 3. 
4: Marshal 3. 4: Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities anil Colleges 
4; High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3: Methodist 
Student Fellowship 4: Spanish Club 2: 
Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: New Era 
Fund Worker. 



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SENIORS 



ROBERT BAILEY 

Carthage, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

High Point College Chamber of Commerce 

3, 4; Executive Committee 4. 

BETTY LOUISE BLAKE 
Robbins, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Class Secretary 3; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 
3. President 2; Student Christian Council 
Representative 3: Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Choir 2, 3. 

CHARLES W. BARNES 

Thomasville, North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Deans List. 

NORMA JANE BOGLE 
Albemarle, North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education and English 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Pfeiffer Junior 
College 1. 2; Student Government Treas- 
urer 2; Head Proctor 4; Alpha Delta Theta 
3, 4; Secretary 3; Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 
4; Hi-Po Staff 4: Choir 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary 
4; Senior Superlative "Best Looking"; 
Dramatics 2; Tower Players 4; May Queen 
1953; Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity 
2; Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Fraternity 
2: Senior Candidate for Miss H. P. C; 
Fellowship Group 1. 2; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2: 
Council 2; Library Assistant 1. 2; Deans 
List 1. 2, 3, 4; Secretary for Business Ad- 
ministration Department 3. 4. 

C. B. BARR 

Eldorado. North Carolina 

A.B. Religion 

Pastor of Eldorado Methodist Charge 3, 4. 

MARJORIE PERKINS BROWN 
Lincolnton, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Hall Proctor. W. C. U. N. C. : Women's 
Athletic Association 4: Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1; Future Teachers of America 
4; Band 3; Choir 3. 4; Dramatics 4; 
Y.W.C.A. 1; Adelphian Society 1; La 
Tertulia. 

LEWIS P. BARRETT 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Golf 3. 4. 

JO ARLENE BUNDY 

High Point. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Assistant 

Business Manager of Zenith 4. 




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SENIORS 




NANCYE CLIFTON 

Stoneville. North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority. President 4; 
Hall Proctor 1; Modern Priscilla 1, 3, 4; 
Home Management Club 4; Alpha Delta 
Theta 1: Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Manager 3, Vice-President 
4; Future Teachers of America 4; Choir 2: 
Senior Superlative "Most Athletic"; Span- 
ish Club 1. 2. 

ROBERT WILTON BARRETT 

Conway, North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics, History 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Student Gov- 
ernment 1. 2: The Order of the Lighted 
Lamp 3. 4; Chief Marshal 3; M.S.F. 1. 2. 
3. 4. Vice-President 2. President 3; F.T.A. 
3. 4. District President 3; C.S.C. 2, 3. 4, 
President 4; Superlative "Most Intellec- 
tual"; History Department Assistant 3. 4. 

HELEN EATON COLTRANE 
Winston-Salem. North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 
Alpha Delta Theta 3. 4: Methodist Student 
Fellowship 3. 4; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 4: International Relations Club 4; 
Associate Editor of Zenith 4: Choir 3. 4; 
Dean's List 3; Brevard Junior College, 
Betty Lampe Club: Christian Fellowship 
Club 1. 2. 

WILLIAM ORMAND BIGHAM 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

A.B. History 

Class President 4: Marshal 3: Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges 4: Kappa Chi 3. 4; M.S.F. 2. 
3. 4; I.R.C. 4: C.S.C. 3. 4: Hi-Po Editor 4; 
Senior Superlative "Most Popular": His- 
tory Department Assistant 4: Dean's List 2. 
3. 4: Brevard College 1. 

RLTH CRAVEN 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. Religious Education, English 

Alpha Delta Theta 4. Methodist Student 

Fellowship 4: Future Teachers of America 

4: Zenith Staff 4: Choir 3. 

EUGENE BOLICK 
Maiden. North Carolina 
A.B. History 
Junior Class Vice-President. Future Teach- 
ers of America. 

JANE ELIZABETH CREWS 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 

Theta Phi Sorority: Methodist Student 
fellowship 3. 4: Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 3; Guilford College 1, 2: Choir 2: 
Student Christian Association. 

ROBERT BONWELL 

West Norfolk. Virginia 

A.B. Religion 



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SENIORS 



FLOYD BOTTOMS 

High Point, North Carolina 

A. B. Religion 

Pastor, Mitchell's Grove Methodist Church 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIE JACKSON DAVIS 
Durham, North Carolina 
B.S. Music 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Student Govern- 
ment. Sophomore Representative 2; Dormi- 
tory Representative; Dormitory Council, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Class Rep- 
resentative to Student Government 2, 
Secretary 3; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 4; 
Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Po Feature Editor 
4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Senior 
Superlative " Wittiest'' 4; Tower Players 3, 
4; Mary L. Tomlinson Voice Award 1, 3: 
Music Educators' National Conference 2, 
3; High Point College Quartet 1, 2. 3, 4. 

NORMAN L. BOWMAN. JR. 

High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Health and Physical Education 

DORIS CHRISTINE ELLIOTT 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Home Economics 
Modern Priscilla 1. 2. 3; Home Manage- 
ment Club 4; International Relations Club 
2; Publicity Chairman of Modern Priscilla 
Club 3; Spanish Club 1. 

GARNIE LEONARD BRENDEL 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Future Teachers of America 4: Men's 
Chorus 3. 

BETTY FLOYD 
Thomasville. North Carolina 
6.5. Business Administration 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority: Student Govern- 
ment. Secretarv-Treasurer 4; Marshal 3: 
High Point College Chamber of Commerce 
4: Women's Athletic Association 2: Future 
Teachers of America 4: International Re- 
lations Club 3; Business Staff of Zenith 
4; Tower Players 4: May Court 3. 4: 
Dikean Society. W.C.U.N.C. 1. 

WENDELL MOCK BROOKS 

Lexington. North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Future Teachers of America 4; Science 
Club; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2: Pfeiffer Junior Col- 
lege 1. 2. 

JO ANNE FRAZIER 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. English. Religious Education 

Marshal 3; Alpha Delta Theta 4; Choir 

1, 2. 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 4; 

Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 




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SENIORS 




ELEANOR GOLDSTON 
Concord. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Theta Phi Sorority, Secretary 2: Marshal 
3; Alpha Delta Theta 1; Women's Athletic 
Association 1. 2: Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 1: Future Teachers of America 4; 
Class Secretary 2. 

EDWARD BURTON. JR. 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. Social Science 

DEAN GORE 
Clarendon, North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Secretary 4; 
Modern Priscilla 2. 3, 4. Secretary 2: 
Home Management Cluh 2. 3, 4, Secretary 
2: Future Teachers of America 4; Senior 
Superlative "Most Popular": May Court 
Maid of Honor 4: Althelian Society 1; 
W. C. U. N. C; La Tertulia 2. 

THOMAS K. CAMPBELL 

Southern Pines. North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

VALMA GRIGGS 
Wadesboro. North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Modern Priscilla 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 
3; Alpha Delta Theta 1: Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1, 3; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 1. 4: Hi-Po Reporter 1: Basketball 2; 
Softball 2: Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 

CHARLES CAUDILL 

Princeton. North Carolina 
A.B. History, Religion 

Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity; Class 
Vice-President 1; Marshal 3: Kappa Chi 
1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1. 2. Treas- 
urer 2: Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 1, 2. 3: Men's 
Chorus President 3; Dance Committee 
Chairman 3: Band and Orchestra Medal 3. 

EDITH HARPER 

Greensboro. North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2; Student Gov- 
ernment 2: Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 4; 
Alpha Delta Theta 3. 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 3. 4; Choir 1. 2, 3. President 2: 
Tower Players 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. Council 
2: Fellowship Group 1, 2: Secretary 1. 

RICHARD HERMAN CLEMENT 

High Point. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity: High Point 

College Chamber of Commerce 2. 3, 4; 

La Tertulia 2. 



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SENIORS 



THOMAS HORACE CONNELLY 
Winston-Salem. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Duke University 1. 



BETTY HAYWORTH 

High Point. North Carolina 

/>'..S'. Physical Education 



REGINALD JAMES COOKE 
Maiden. North Carolina 
A.B. English and Religious Education 
Kappa Chi 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 
4; Methodist Student Fellowship 3, 4; 
Christian Student Council 4; Zenith Edi- 
tor 4; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Superlative 
"Wittiest"; Dean's List 2, 3. 4; Tower Play- 
ers 4; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges 4: 
Pfriffer Junior College 1. 2: Y.M.C.A. 1. 2. 
Vice-President 2: Fellowship Group 1. 2. 



BETTY HEDGECOCK 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Greenshoro College: 
Irving Society 1.2: Echo 2. 



ROYAL PALMER DAY 
Ronda. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Euture Teachers of America 4: Appa- 
lachian State Teachers College 1. 2. 



LEE HICKS 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Methodist Student Fellowship 4: Modern 
Priscilla Club 4: Brevard Junior College 
1; Pfeiffer Junior College 2: Spanish 
Club 3. 



MAX DAVIS 
Yadkinville. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



SALLY HORNER 

Carthage. North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 




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SENIORS 




SALLY HYLTON 

Sophia, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1, 2; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 3, 4: Spanish Cluh 2. 

BOBBY DENNIS 
Troy, North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Marshal 3: Kappa Chi 1, 2. 3, 4, Member- 
ship Chairman 3, 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1. 2. 3, 4; Choir 3. 4: Baseball 
1, 2. 3, 4; Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 4: Block "H" 
Club 2; La Tertulia 1. 2. 



ANN HENDRIX JACKSON 
Jamestown. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Women's Athletic Association 1, 2. 4; 

Future Teachers of America 4: Hi-Po 1. 



ATLAS CLEVELAND DUNN, JR. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Future Teachers of America 4; Mars Hill 
Junior College 1, 2; Football 1. 2; Basket- 
ball 1. 2; Baseball 1. 2; Monogram Club 
1, 2; French Honor Club 2; Philomathian 
Literary Society 1, 2: Dean's List 2. 



JEWEL JONES 
Charlotte. North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 3. 4; Women's Athletic 
Association 2. 3; Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 2. 3, 4: Choir 3: Dean's List; 
Queens College. 



DON ELK1NS 

High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Delta Beta Alpha Fraternity 3. 4. 



BETTY LEE JORDAN 

Siler City. North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Modern Priscilla 1. 2. 3. President 3: Alpha 
Delta Theta 1. 2. 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 1. 2. 3; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1. 2. 3, Social Chairman 3; 
Band 1, 2. 

JOHN C. EFIRD 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



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SENIORS 



JAMES A. FOWLER. JR. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity: Dav Stu- 
dent Council. Vice-President 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent Senior Class; F.T.A. 4; Zenith 4; 
Superlative "Friendliest"; Tower Players 
4: Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 4; Alabama Poly- 
technical Institute 1. 

ANNA PATRICK KENDRICK 
Salisbury, North Carolina 
A.B. English and Religious Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 1. 3. 4, President 4; 
M.S.F. 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 4; F.T.A. 
4; C.S.C. 4; Hi-Bo .3. 4; Choir 2. 3. 4; 
Dean's List 1. 2. 3, 4. 

FRANCIS C. GRAHAM 
Farmington, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity. Treasurer 
2; M.S.F. 1. 2. 3. 4; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4: Presi- 
dent 2. 

ANNE BROWN LEWIS 

King, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Theta Phi Sorority; Student Government 

2, 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Choir 2; Superlative 
"Most Intellectual "; Tower Players 4; May 
Court Attendant 1. 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; 
Brevard Junior College 1, 2. 

J. HOWARD GRAHAM 

Kannapolis. North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. President 4; 
F.T.A. 3. 4: Class President 3; I.R.C. 1. 2: 
Zenith Business Manager 4; Hi-Po 3; 
Superlative "Best All-Round"; Dramatics 
1. 2. 3, 4; M.S.F. 1. 2, 3. 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council 4: Brevard Junior College 1. 2. 

BETTY JEAN LEWIS 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

A.B. English and Religious Education 

Pfeirler Junior College 1. 2: Alpha Delta 

Theta 3. 4: M.S.F. 3, 4: President 4: State 

M.S.M. Vice-President 4: F.T.A. 4; C.S.C. 

3, 4; Zenith 4; Hi-Po 4; Choir 3. 4: Senior 
Superlative "Friendliest." 

DEWEY WILLIAM GRIFFIN 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
A.B. History 
Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity; Kappa 
Chi 4: M.S.F. 3. 4: Zenith 4; Hi-Po 4. 

NANCY HELEN McNEILL 
Robbins. North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority; Alpha Delta 
Theta 1: W.A.A. 1. 2, 3; M.S.F. 3; F.T.A. 
3; Dramatics 3: La Tertulia. 




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SENIORS 




MARY CATHERINE OVERFELT 
Lynnhaven. Virginia 
A.B. Religion, Social Studies 
Student Government 1. 2: Ferrum Junior 
College; Dormitory Council 1, 2; Class 
Government 1. 2. 3; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities anil 
Colleges 4: Alpha Delta Theta 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1. 2. 3, 4: 
Future Teachers of America 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4; Zenith Staff 
4: Hi-Po News Editor 4; Choir 1, 2. 4; 
Dramatics 2, 4; Student Assistant in Li- 
brary 2. 3; Home Economics Club 1. 



BILLY M. GROCE 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



REBECCA C. PATE 

Rowland. North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Modern Priscilla 1: Alpha Delta Theta 
2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 2. 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 
Council 1: East Carolina College 1. 

OLIN HALL 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

A.B. English 

MONA ROW PENNINGTON 
High Point. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Mars Hill College 1. 2. 

JACK G. HEDGECOCK 

Randleman. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Ornicron Fraternity. Treasurer 
4: High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 2. 3. 4. Executive Committee 3; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4: Spanish Club 
1. 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3. 

ELIZABETH BERNEICE RIDENHOUR 

Salisbury. North Carolina 

B.S. Music 

Theta Phi Sorority: Pfeiffer Junior College 
1. 2: Alpha Delta Theta 3. 4; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3, 4: Pfeiffer's Pa Ja 
Ca 2. Historian 2: Band 3: Choir 1. 2. 3. 4, 
Accompanist 1. 2: Intramurals 1. 2. 4; 
Sigma Alpha Phi 2: Student Christian 
Council 3: Music Chairman: Y.W.C.A. 1. 
2: Secretary 2: Pianist 2; Fellowship 
Group 1. 2: Music Educator's National 
Conference 3. 

ROBAH J. HICKS 

Mayodan. North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity: Senior Super- 
lative "Most Athletic"; Basketball 3. 4. 



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SENIORS 



HAROLD C. JENKINS 
Concord, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2; Y.M.C.A. 
Science Club 2: Intramurals 1. 2. 



2: 



BETTY JANE SHEPHERD 
Kannapolis. North Carolina 
A.B. English and Social Studies 
Theta Phi Sorority; Women's Athletic 
Association 3; Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; 
International Relations Club 1. 2; Senior 
Superlative "Best All-Round"; Tower Play- 
ers 3. 4; Brevard Junior College 1. 2. 

WILLIAM JAMES JONOSEY 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration, Social 

Studies 

Lees McRae Junior College. 

BOBBIE SHUMAKER BAILEY 
Statesville, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Theta Phi Sorority. Treasurer 4; Modern 
Dance Club 2; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2: Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 
1, 3, 4. President 4; Baptist Student Move- 
ment 3: Choir I. 3, 4: Varsity Hockej 
Team 1. 2: Guilford College 1. 2. 

HARVEY B. JOHNSON 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Science 
Kappa Chi 3. 4; Louisburg Junior College 
1. 2; International Relations Club 2. Presi- 
dent 2; Columns Business Manager 2; Glee 
Club 1: Baseball 1. 2; President Freshman 
Class, 

VIVIAN SIMMONS 
Lenoir, North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Eilucation 
Brevard Junior College 1. 2; International 
Relations Club 1. 2. President 2. Secretary 
1; Christian Student Council 2: Senior 
Editor Bertelote: Sigma Pi Alpha 2: Chris- 
tian Fellowship Club. Vice-President 2: 
Women's Athletic Association 1.2: Greens- 
boro College 3. 

CHARLES FOULKE KINSE^i . Ill 

High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Commerce 
3. 4, Secretary 4: Debating Club 4: Inter- 
national Relations Club 2, 3; Hi-Bo Busi- 
ness Staff 3. 4; Men's Glee Club 3. 

NANCY MAE STONE 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Commerce 
4: Women's Athletic Association 4: Future 
Teachers of America 4: Brevard Junior 
College 1: Euterpean Literary Society 1 : 
Bailar Club 1 : Brevard Club 2. 




2r> 



SENIORS 




MILDRED REDDING SUETA 

Sophia, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Future Teachers 
of America 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3. 4. Secretary - 
Treasurer 4: May Court Attendant 2; 
Spanish Club 2. 

JACK EDWARD KLASS 

Thomasville. North Carolina 

A.B. Social Studies 



MARIAN ELAINE WARREN 
Cameron, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority, Secretary 3, 
Vice-President 4: Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1, 2; Future 
Teachers of America 3. 4: May Court 1. 

CORNELIUS E. LINER 

Hillsboro. North Carolina 

A.B. Social Studies 

Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity; Men's 

Chorus. 

DORIS MAE WASHBURN 
Madison, North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Brevard Junior College 1. 2; Euterpean 
Literary Society; Modern Priscilla 3, 4; 
Home Management Club 4: Women's 
Athletic Association 4; Future Teachers 
of America 3, 4: Christian Fellowship 
Club 2; Choir 1. 2; Spanish Club 1; Betty 
Lamp Club 1. 2. 



ROBERT E. LOWDER 

Concord. North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Pfeiffer Junior College 1. 2; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 3. 4: Future Teachers 
of America 4; Track 1. 2: Phi Theta Kappa 
Honorary Fraternity 1. 2; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2; 
Monogram Club 2. 



LELIA WELBORNE 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Education and English 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



SHELDON A. MANEKIN 
Asheville, North Carolina 
A.B. Psychology, Education 
International Relations Club 3. 4. President 
4: Zenith Staff 3: Hi-Po 2. 3, 4, Feature 
Writer; Dramatics Club: Tower-Players 3; 
Student Government Dance Committee 3; 
La Tertulia 2. 3. 



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SENIORS 



JAMES ROBERT MANESS 
Carthage, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Commerce 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; Baptist Student Move- 
ment 3. 4; Intramural Basketball 1. 



ANN FLEMING WHITESELL 
Spruce Pine. North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education, Music 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority; Marshal 3: 
Alpha Delta Theta 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 4; Future Teachers of America 
3, 4; Choir 2. 3, 4; Music Award 2; Span- 
ish Club 2; Queens College 1. 



MAX CHARLES MILLER 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Vice-President 
3; Day Student Council, President 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4: Baptist 
Student Movement 3; International Rela- 
tions Club 3. 4: Zenith Business Staff 4; 
Dance Committee 4. 



JANE ALICE WILSON 
Gastonia, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 
Brevard College 1. 2: Greensboro 3; 
Student Government 2; Dormitory Council 
2; Alpha Delta Theta 3. 4; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 2: Christian Student 
Council 2; Choir 2; Euterpean 1, 2; Emer- 
son 3; Christian Fellowship Club 1. 2. 



ORENW. MORTON 

Trinity, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

High Point College Chamber of Commerce. 



HELEN E. WOOTEN 
High Point, North Carolina 
A. B. Elementary Education 



KENT MOSELEY 
Stoneville. North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education, Social Studies 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity; Future Teach- 
ers of America 3; Zenith Staff 4; Dra- 
matics 4: Basketball 4: Baseball 4: Track 4. 



FRED NANCE 
Greensboro. North Carolina 




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SENIORS 




HARRY ALLEN NEWMAN 
Madison. North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity. 



ROBERT LEE OAKLEY 
Lexington, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 
Pastor of the Circuit Charge. 



DAVID BRYCE PARKER 
Lexington, North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Kappa Chi 4. 



BOBBY LEE PARRISH 

Trinity. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration and Math 

Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity; Day 
Student Council. Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
The Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; High 
Point College Chamber of Commerce 3, 4. 
Executive Committee 3, President 4: Deans 
List 1. 2. 3, 4. 



ALFRED E. PERRYMAN 

Thomasville. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; High Point 

College Chamber of Commerce 3, 4. 



WILLIAM BRONSON PITTMAN 

Smithfield. North Carolina 

A.B. Social Science 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Dance Com- 
mittee Chairman 3; Vice-President of 
Student Government 3; Freshman Repre- 
sentative to Student Government; Vice- 
President Freshman Class: Pfeiffer Junior 
College 1. 



THEODORE JACKSON PRICE 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. History 



JOHN AUSTIN RAPER 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Music 
Marshal 3: Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 4; 
Band 2. 3. 4: Choir 2. 3; Award for Ad- 
vancement in Piano 2: Music Educators 
National Conference 3; Civic Symphony 3. 



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SENIORS 



HOWARD DON RIDGE 

High Point. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Marshal 3; High Point College Chamber 

of Commerce 3. 4; Future Teachers of 

America 4. 



LANDER RAYMOND RUDISILL 
Kannapolis, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2; International Re- 
lations Club 1. 2; Veterans Club 1, 2. 



GEORGE WILSON SAINTSING 
Thomasville, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4: International Relations 
Club 4. 

KELSEY L. SCHUYLER 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 
A.B. Psychology, Social Science 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Future Teach- 
ers of America 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 4; 
Future Teachers of America. State Con- 
ference 4; International Relations Club 2. 
3. 4. Vice-President 4. 



EARL EUGENE SECKINGER 

Savannah. Georgia 
A.B. Social Science, Religion 
Kappa Chi 4; Brevard Junior College 1.2: 
Christian Fellowship Club 1. 2: Cliosophic 
2; Freshman Class President; Ministerial 
Club 1. 2; Pastor Horseshoe Methodist 
Church. 



WILLIAM ROBERT SHAFFER 

Sandy Ridge. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Iota Tau Kappa Fraternih : Baseball 1, 2: 

Junior Varsity Basketball 1: Intramurals 

1, 2. 3. 4. 



GEORGE L. SHUFORD 
Thomasville. North Carolina 
B-S. Business Administration 



JOHN R. SILLS 
Thomasville. North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Kappa Chi 4: Who's Who Among Studen's 
in American Universities and Colleges 4: 
Senior Superlative "Most Likely to Suc- 
ceed"; C.S.C. Representative to Student 
Government 4. 




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SENIORS 



*»»•$*} 




JEDDY R. SMITH 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



NEIL EDWARD SMITH 

Rural Hall. North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Kappa Chi 1. 2, 3, 4, S. C. A. Representative 

3; Marshal 3; Methodist Student Fellow- 



ship 1, 2. 3, 4. 



CHARLES SPARKS 

Greensboro. North Carolina 
A.B. Math 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



W. B. STANBACK, JR. 

Salisbury, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity ; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Hi-Po Assistant Sports 
Editor 2; Basketball Manager 2; Junior 
Varsity Basketball 3. 4; Block "H" Club 
2. 3. 4: Catawba College 1. 



DUANE STARNES 
Kannapolis. North Carolina 
B.S. General Science 
Eta Mu Eta 2, 3. President 4; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 2. 3, 4; Brevard Junior 
College 1 ; Christian Workers Club 1 ; Clio- 
sophic Literary Society 1, Treasurer 2; 
Bailer Club 1; Intramural Football 2. 



GEORGE STEFFAN 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



RAY A. VARGAS 
Matanzas. Cuba 

A.B. Social Science 
N. D. M. Club, Secretary 4; International 
Belations Club 1. 2; La Tertulia 1. 2, 3, 
Vice-President 1. 2. President 3. 



EDGAR JACKSON VENABLE 

High Point. North Carolina 
A.B. Psychology and Education 
Epsilon Phi Omicron Fraternity; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4. 



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SENIORS 



JAMES MARSHALL WARREN 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Epsilon Psi Omicron Fraternity. Treasurer 

1. President 4; Dramatics 2. 



LEO WELCH. JR. 
High Point. North Carolina 
A.B. History 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity. 



DURANT WHALEY 

Durham, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 



H. L. WILSON. JR. 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President 2. Presi- 
dent 3: Senior Superlative "Best Looking." 



R. P. WOODS 

Mehane. North Carolina 
6.5. Business Administration 
Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity: Intramural 



BILL WRENN 

High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 

JOHN A. HULIN 

High Point. North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

High Point College Chamber of Commerce. 



BOBBIE MULLINIX 



ROBERT G. POWELL. JR. 

Blanche. North Carolina 
A.B. Social Science 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: High Point 
College Chamber of Commerce 3. 




Order of the Lighted Lamp 




i \j ( 



The Order of the Lighted Lamp is an honor society, the most exclusive organization on 
campus. Members must maintain a B average, and in addition to scholarship, one must be 
known for excellent character, must have proved his ability as a leader, and must have 
rendered outstanding service among his fellow students. Members are David Annum. Robert 
Barrett. Bill Bigham, Betty Blake. Jo Bundy, Joan Crowder, Bobby Joe Dennis. Pat Ken- 
drick, Bobby Parrish. John Raper, Betty Lou Rose. John Sills, and Audrey Stutts. 



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Senior Superlatives 




MOST POPULAR 
Bill Bighorn 
Dean Gore 



WITTIEST 

Reginald Cooke 

Willie Davis 




Rabon, Crowder, Lathrop, West, and Blake 



Three years ago we, the Juniors at High 
Point College, started together on one of the 
major journeys of life. Our travel has taken 
us along many interesting highways of 
achievements, and we have often found it 
hard work to climb the hill of advancements 
with disappointments lurking around the 
sharp turns in the road. We can now smile 
together, however, knowing in our hearts 
that we have covered three-fourths of the 
distance of our academic journey. 



Junior Class 



Offi 



icers 



JANE LATHROP President 



CONRAD WEST Vice-President 



BETTY BLAKE Secretary 



CARROLL RABON 77 



JOAN CROWDER Student Government Representative 



:;r. 



JUNIOR 



PAUL ALBERTSON 
LILLIAN ALLEN 
JOHNNIE ALLGOOD 
CLYDE ANDERSON 



GEORGE AUMAN 
JAMES AYSCUE 
LEWIS BERRIER 
L. C. BLAKE. JR. 



SWANSON BRASWELL 
FLOYD BRAWLEY 
KENT BRENDLE 
PEGGY BREWER 



EARNEST BROOME 
FRANK BROOME 
BILL BROWDER 
HAROLD BROWN 



MARY ANN BULLOCK 
PAT BUZHARDT 
KENNETH CAMPBELL 
PETE CANADA 



CAROLEE CAUDLE 
TOM CHARPING 
ELIZABETH CLAPP 

CLARENDON SHERMAN 




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CLASS 




MERLE CLONINGER 
BILLY RAY COGGINS 
HOWARD COLEMAN 
VIRGINIA CRAVEN 



JOAN CROWDER 
BOB DAVIDSON 
SHIRLEY DAVIS 
HELEN DICKINSON 



LOUIE EARGLE 
MELBA ELLER 
DORIS ELLIOT 
L. C. ELLIS 



MARIE ESSA 
THERON FARLOW 
JOE FAULKNER 
MARIE FOGLEMAN 



WALTER FRANKLIN 
RUDOLPH FRAZIER. JR. 
JACKIE HALL 
JAMES HALL 



TRAVIS HANES 
FRED HASTY 
JOHNNIE HAWKINS 
LOUISE HAYWOOD 



J&4^ ;ti//:\V v // 



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JUNIOR 



BETTY HAYWORTH 
DICK HENSDALE 
H. C. HUDGINS, JR. 
GRIER ill NT 



SAMMY KASIAS 
LYNN KING 
NANCY KIRBY 

WALTER KREWSON 



JANE LATHROP 

BETTY LEATHERMAN 
TONY LISk 

EDMUND LOWE 



CHARLES LOWERY 
BENNY MARTIN 

KATHERINE MAYHEW 
HENRY MEDLIN 



NORMA JUNE MERRITT 
J WII-.S MORGAN 
EDWIN NEEDHAM 
W. H. NEEDHAM 



MARY J KAN NEWELL 
BARRY NEWSOME 
DOUGLAS NORWOOD 
PATRICIA OSBORNE 




CLASS 




VERA PARKS 
ARLEN PONS 
LARItt POTEAT 

\ORE.\E PRICE 



PORTER PRITCHARD 

JAMES QUEEN 

CARROLL RABON. JR. 
GERALD REIEE 



VAN RICH 

GABER RIDDLE 
BENNY ROBBINS 
EDITH ROLLINS 



BETTY LOU ROSE 
WILLIAM ROUTH 

ROBERT RUSSELL. JR. 
PAT SMITH 



EUGENE SNYDER 
JANET SNYDER 
JAMES STEPHENS 
AUDREY STUTTS 



HELEN SWARINGEN 
MAXINE SWARINGEN 
ROBERT TERRELL 
EUGENE TISDALE 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



LEWIS VONCANNON 
JOSEPH WADE 
LEON WALKER 
ELIZABETH WASHBURN 



CONRAD WEST 
JAMES WESTON 
JAMES WHITE 

ELIZABETH WILES 



CAROLYN WILKINSON 
JAMES SID WILLIAMS 
MARY WILLIAMSON 
BILL WRIGHT 



TOMMY LOU YOUNG 





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l"'i *''! 




Id 



Junior Marshals 




CHARLES CAUDILL JOAN CROWDER BOBBY JOE DENNIS L. C. ELLIS 

BETTY FLOYD II. C. HUDGINS, Chief ELEANOR GOLDSTON 

BETTY LOU ROSE C. E. SHERMAN NEIL SMITH AUDREY STUTTS 



To be chosen as a marshal at High Point College is a great honor. This privilege is given to 
selected juniors, who are chosen by the faculty on the basis of campus leadership, academic achieve- 
ment, and character. Appreciation is due these students for their faithful and efficient service to the 
school at various campus and community functions. Theirs has been an important work, and they 
are to be commended for a job well done. 



-II 




MADISON 



KEARNS 



WOFFORD ARMSTRONG FLOYD 



We, as sophomores, can now look behind 
and ahead. We can profit by our experi- 
ences of last year and look forward to making 
our own contribution to High Point College 
as juniors and seniors. We realize that it is 
not what we are. but what we are going to be 
that counts. 



Sophomore Class 
Officers 

GEORGE ARMSTRONG President 

T. G. MADISON Vice-President 

BETTY LOG WOFFORD Secretary 

DON KEARNS Student Government Representative 

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Sophomore Class 



First row, left to right: 

DAVID ABERNATHY. GEORGE ARMSTRONG. NANCY 

AUMAN. THOMAS REAVER. HERMAN BECK. NANCY 

BEAIR. 



Third row: 

ROY COCKERHAM. ANNETTE COUNCIL. COLLEEN 
CRAIG. JEANNINE EASTERLING. PAULA EVERETT. 
CAROLYN FEATHERSTON. 



Second row: Fourth row: 

BILL BOOKER ANNIE BURRIS. JOHN BURTON. WIL- GENE FERGUSON. BETTY FLOYD. KEN FRAZIER. SAM 

LIAM CAMPBELL. ELEANOR CLAPP. ANN COCKER- FRETWELL. BOBBY GANDY. WESLEY GAYNOR. 

HAM. 

Fifth row: 

CAROLYN GIDEONS. JIMMY GILLAND. FRANKIE 

GOAD. JOHNSON GREENE. PAT GUNTER. SHIRLEY 

HARRIS. 



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Sophomore 



First row, left to right: 

ANDREW HAYWOOD. MAXINE HAYWORTH. BILLY 

HEDRICK, BOBBY HEDRICK. BILL HIPPS, CARLOS 

HORCASITAS. 

Second row: 

KENT HUBBARD. GEORGE JACKSON. CHARLES JAR- 

RELL. DWIGHT JESTER. DEAN JOYCE. DON KEARNS. 



Third row: 

PADDI KOONCE. JOSE LOPEZ. JR.. CATHERINE LOVE. 
MARTHA LUCK. ELWOOD MABRY. JAMES MABRY, JR. 

Fourth row: 

T. G. MADISON. PAT MARTIN. CHARLES MAULTSBY. 
JAMES McARTHUR. THOMAS McGHEE. MADGE MIL- 
LER. 



Fifth row: 

SARA MILLER. JOE MISENHEIMER. NANCY NALL. 

PAUL NASH. BECKY NICKS. RICHARD OWENS. 



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Class 



Fir. st row, lejt to ri^ht : 

JACK PEACOCK. STAMEY PIERCE. BOB PO PP. 

CHARLES PRUETT. MIKE REYES-VARELA. FRANCES 

ROBERSON. 



Third row: 

BETTY SIMMONS. EDWARD SMALL. CARRIE SMITH 

RONALD SMITH. BETTY JO SNIDER. FRANK SPRINGER^ 



Second row: 

GEORGE ROBICHAUX, Jl'NE ROGERS. SANDRA ROTH- 
ROCK. BETTY ANN SAIN. JIMMY SCOTT. LEROY SEL- 
LERS. 

Fijili row: 

JO TILLEY. MARGARET VENABLE. ANN VONCANNON. 

ROBERT WALKER. AURILLA WALL, COLEEN WARD. 



Fourth row: 

RAY STEPHENS. WILLIAMS STRAUGHN. DOUG SWAIN 
SHIRLEY SWIGGETT. HARRY TESH. ELAINE THOMP- 
SON. 



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First row, left to right: 

JO ANNE WARDELL. CAROLYN WEBB. CYNTHIA 
WELLS. EUGENE WHATLEY. CAROLYN WHITENER. 
ERANK WIGGS. 



Second row: 

LACY WILLIAMS. MILDRED WILSON. BETTY LOU WOF- 
FORD. JEAN WRIGHT. 



Sophomore Class 



PRESIDENTS HOME 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT HOUSE 




4fi 




SHOOK 



BRANDON 



We, the freshman class of 1952. entered 
High Point College with misgivings as to 
what the future held for us; but our fears 
were soon overcome by the help and guidance 
of "big brothers and sisters." Their friend- 
ship replaced our anxieties concerning "rat 
court" and helped us to adjust ourselves more 
rapidly to college life. We know that the road 
ahead will be hard and difficult, but we will 
go on regardless of the odds. To he boosters 
and not knockers will he our goal, as we try 
to make High Point College proud of us. 



Freshman Class 



Offic 



ers 



BOBBY STEPP President 

DICK SALE Vice-President 

MYRTLE BRANDON Secretary and Treasurer 

BOBBY SHOOK Student Government Representative 



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First row, left to right: 

BILL ANDERSON. DeLETTE ANDER- 
SON. GERALDINE ANDERSON. WAL- 
LACE ATKINS. EARNESTINE BAKER. 
WILMA BALDWIN, EARL BARBOUR. 



Third row: 

BARBARA BLAKE. SUE BOGGS. BAR- 
BARA BOULDIN. GILES BOWMAN. 
MYRTLE BRANDON. BEVERLY BRECK- 
INRIDGE. RUSSELL BROWN. 



Second roiv: 

JoANN BEESON. MARIE BEESON. 
CHARLES BELL. LIBBY BELL. RONALD 
BELL. SALLY BELL. BARBARA BEN- 
SON. 



Fourth row: 

JOAN BURTON. LARRY BURTON. 
FRANK CHISHOLM. FRANCES CLIF- 
TON. HI BERT CLINARD. BEVERLY 
COBB. SARAH COLTRANE. 



Fifth row: 

JACK COMBS. ELON COOK. JAMES 
COOPER. RAMONA COURIE. PATSY 
CRANFORD. KATHRYN CRAVEN. 
MARGARET CROUSE. 



Freshman 




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First row, left to right: 

BETTY CUMBY, ROBERT HARDEN. 
KOY DAWKINS. LUCILLE DeSHAZO. 
ANNA DODSON, JAMES DUMAS. ED- 
GAR DUNN. 



Third row: 

MARTHA GALLIMORE. MEREDITH 
GALLIMORE. SUE GAMBLE. SUE 
GARY. REGGIE GILLIAM. SARAH HAM- 
ILTON. WILLIAM HARDESTY. 



Second row: 

JEAN ELLERBE. COLON FARLOW. 
PHYLLIS FINK. DON FINLEY. FLOR- 
ENCE FISH EL. FA YE FLOYD. DAVID 
FRANCIS. 



I' mirth row: 

QLTTA HARRELL. RILMA HARREL- 
SON. DAVID HARRIS. JOHN HAWK- 
INS. DARRELL HAYDEN, DONALD 
HAYNES. PHIL HAYWOOD. 



Fifth row: 

BEVERLY HEAVNER. BETTY HELMS. 
JOHNNY HIATT. JAMES MILLIARD. 
CHARLES HINE. LEWIS JACOBS. PAT 

JOHNSON. 



Class 




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First row, lejl to right: 

JAMES JONES. AEICE JOWDY, CHAR- 
LIE JOYNER. WILLIA M KELLY. 
NANCY KENNEDY. JERRY KENNERLY, 
BETTY KERR. 



Third row: 

IRA LOFTIN. BRUCE LONG. SANDRA 
LOVING. JOE MARLOWE. JEAN MARR, 
SARA MARTIN. PEGGY MASTEN. 



Second row: 

LEON LANIER. SIDNEY LANIER. 
ROBERT LATTA. JOSEPH LEE. JESSE 
LEMONS. DONALD LEONHARDT. PAT 
LINEBERGER. 



Fourth row: 

BARBARA Mc CANLESS, ROBERT 
\|,C\RY IACK VIcCASLIN. EMMA 
McCRAW, DAVID McCULLOCH. LOR- 
RAINE McCURRY. RUTH McDANIEL. 



Fifth row 

MINNIE 
BURY. 
MOORE. 
MOORE, 



M.-OEIIEE. M \VA UJCE MIL 
ERNST MILLER. CHARLES 

DAVID MOORE, JUDY 

PHILLIP MOW PRY. 



Freshman 




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First row, left to right: 

ALTON MUNN. BETTY SUE MURRAY, 
ELIZABETH MURRAY. BARBARA 
NICHOLSON, ELEANOR OAKES, JUNE 
ORANDER. KATHERINE PAGE. 



Third row: 

MARTHA PROCTOR. DENNIS PRUITT. 
DONALD PUNTCH. KATHRYN QUINN, 
JANE RICHARDSON. ROBERT RICH- 
ARDSON. ROBERT ROSS. 



Second row: 

VAN PARRISH. SARAH PEACOCK, 
PATRICIA PENDERGRASS, JOHN PET- 
TY, D. C. PHILLIPS. VESTAL POTTS. 
BARBARA POWELL. 



Fourth row: 

JOHN RUFTY. BEN SADLER. BETTY 
SADLER. BENNY SAINTSING, DICK 
SALE. BOBBY SCOTT, JANE SHELTON. 



Class 



Fifth roiv: 

GEORGE SHEPHERD. BOB SHOOK. 
BILL SIMPSON. BARBARA SMITH. 
HELENA SMITH. HERBERT SMITHER- 
MAN, PETER SMITS. 




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First rote, left to right: 

MARY GRACE SNYDER, JIM STANLEY, 
BOB STEPP, JOHN STEWARD. RALPH 
STRADER, PATRICIA SURRETT, ANN 

SWANSON. 



Third rote: 

KENNETH WALL. KNOLON WALL. 
RITA WARD. MICKEY W A S H A M, 
VICKIE WASHBURN. PATSY WHITE. 
WILLIAM WHITE. 



Second row: 

DOROTHY THOMPSON. RACHEL 
THOMPSON. JULIA TILLMAN. MILLIE 
TRAYWICK. JIMMY VAUGHN. DAVIS 
WAGONER, VIRGINIA WALKER. 



Fourth row: 

JOE WI HENHOUSE. IDA LEE WILES. 
ALDINE WILKINS. HAROLD WIL- 
LIAMS. LARRY WILLIAMS. CHARLES 
WILLIFORD. 



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McCulloch Hall 
Council 

George Armstrong, Secretary-Treasurer 
Kent Brendle, President 
Conrad West, Vice-President 



Day Student 
Council 

BOBBY PaRRISH. Secretary 
Jim Fowler. Vice-President 
Max Miller, President 



Woman's Hall 
Council 

Maxine Swaringen, Vice-President 

Frances Roberson and Betty Lou 
Woeford, Freshman Representatives 

Jane J^athrop, Secretary 

Norma Bogle. Head Proctor 

Betty Lou Rose, Treasurer 

Willie Davis, President 



Men's Glee Club 

First row: Morris Holt. Conrad West, 
Blanton Jones, Larry Burton, Cor- 
nelius Liner. 

Second row: Alton Munn. Johnnie Hawk- 



Third row: Howard Coleman, Robert Rus- 
sell, John Burton, Libby Bell. Charles 
Caudill, William Collins. Director: 
Shirley Davis, Accompanist. 



Eta Mu Eta 

Don McNeill. George Holland, Ernest Mil- 
ler. Duane Starnes. Jean Marr. Marie 
Fogleman, Joe Misenheimer, Dr. Cum- 
mings, Nick Siriotis. George Armstrong, 
Larry Williams. Bill Routh. Charles Low- 
ery, Benny Martin. Fred Hasty, Jose Lopez, 
Ernest Broom. 



Intra-Fraternity 
Council 

First row: Barry Newsome. Epsilon Phi 
Omicron: Dean J. H. Allred. Adviser; 
J. Howard Graham. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Second row: Jack Stanback. Iota Tan 
Kappa; Hugh Connor. Delta Alpha 
Epsilon; Nick Seriotis, Epsilon Eta 
Phi: Jimmv Hilliard. N. D. M. Club. 



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Bobby Parrisii 
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Bill Wrenn 
Vice-President 



Charles Kinsey 

Secretary 



Robert Man ess 
Treasurer 




First row, left to right: Paul Albertson, Johnnie Allgood. George Auman. Robert Bailev. Libln Bell. Ronald Bell. Second row: 
Frank Broome. Richard Clement, Max Davis. Koy Davvkins. L. C. Ellis. Bett\ Floyd. Third rote: Wesle\ Gaynor, Peggie Gilliam. 
Travis Hanes. Jack Hedgecock. Kent Hubbard. Nancy Kirby. Fourth roiv: Paddi Koonce. Mary Jean Newell. Barrv Newsome. 
Alfred Pern man. Don Ridge. Edith Rollins. Fifth row: Sandra Rothrock. Bettv Ann Sain. LeRoy Sellers, Nancy Stone. Robert 
Walker. 

Advisers: Mr. Richard Dale. Dr. George Hobart 



Modern Priscilla Qui 




Miss E. Matthews 
Adviser 



Betty Jordan 

President 



Janet Snyder 
Vice-President 



Doris Elliott 
Publicity Manager 



Mrs. H. Stone 
Adviser 




First row. left to right: \l\rtle Beseher. Nancve 
Clifton, Patsy Cranford. Second row: Dean 
Gore, Valuta Griggs, Lee Hicks. Third row: 
Norene Price, Marie Venahle. Aurilla \\ all. 




Editorial Staff 

Editor-in-Chief, Bill Bigham 

Associate Editor. David Abernathy 

Feature Editors, Sheldon Manekin, Willie 
Davis, Kippy Overfelt 

Music Editor, Louie Eargle 

Sports Editor, Ken Frazier 

Photographer, David Abernathy 

News Staff, Norma Bogle, Jean Lewis, J. C. 
Johnson, Sammy Kasias, Betty Leatherman, 
Faye Floyd, Rudy Frazier, Howard Cole- 
man 

Advisers, Miss Ruth Steelman, Mr. A. S. 

Withers, Miss Louise Adams 



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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDE 



VOLUME Nu. XXVIJ 



HIGH POINT. N. C„ SAT 



COLLEGE MARSHALS ARE 



Ruth Steelman Discusses 
European Tour 

At the regular meeting of thd 

International Relations Club o\i 
October 27, RKss Ruth Steelman, 
professor ot Psychology and Ed- 
ucation, presented a travelogue of 
her recent trip to Europe. Kei 
tour lasted se\ r en weeks and in- 
cluded visits to seven countries. 
In explaining why she decided to 
make the trip, Miss Steelman 
stated that one of her Life-long 
ambitions was to go to Europe, 
adding that she had a cousin con- 
nected with N. A. T. O. head- ! 
quarters in Paris. 

Miss Steelman emphasized that 
her trip was purely for pleasure, j 
an that she made no study of tbo j 
political situation or social condi- 1 
tions. She stated, "Any irapres-* j 
sions I got along these lines must ! 
be interpreted from the tourist's j 
standpoint." 

After having applied for pass- j 
age six months earlier. Miss Steel- \ 
man sailed on the liner. Queen j 
Elizabeth, from New York, two i 
days after school closed last June- 
She was. anoarentlv impressed by! 





Bill Bigham, Editor 



Bogle 

Kasias 

Leatherman 

Floyd 

Abernathy 

Bigham 

Manekin 

Overfelt 

Frazier 




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S OF HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



DAY. NOVEMBER 1. 195? 



NUMBER 3 



HONORED IN CEREMONY 




Faculty Makes 
Selection 

At the reg ular assembly pro- 
gram at 10:20 a. m. on October 22 
in Harrison gymnasium, the new 
marshals were installed. This is 
an annual custom. The marshal's 
post is one of honor for the stu- 
dent and they are chosen by the 
faculty vote and committee rec- 
ommendations DependabiJi- 
ty good appearance at ail times, 
and better- than -average grades 
are the basic requirements of the 
marshals. The purpose is to serva 
at al! public programs of the col-* 
lege, and to check and record ab- 
sences at assembly programs, and. 
to serve as otherwise needed- 

The following juniors were 
chosen as marshals, and they have 
already begun their new duties: 

H. C. Hudgins, Jr., (Chief Mar- 
shal) of Hobhsville; Charles Cau- 
dill, Princeton: Bobby Joe Dennis 
Troy; C. F. Sherman, High Point; 
Neil Smith. Rural Hall; Betty Lou 
Floyd, Thomas v I lie: Eleanor 
Goldston, Concord; Betty Lou 

( ttm«, Win^^n.^Mom- 4 11 H V e- H 



Joan Crowder. Business Manager 



Business Staff 

Business Manager — Joan Crowder 

Secretary — Betty Leatherman 

Exchange Editor — Marie Essa 

Staff — Dewey Griffin, Jack Peacock. Johnny 
Hawkins. Ann Voncannon, Gwen Reddick, 
Charlie Kinsey 



Kinsey 

Essa 

Peacock 

Crowder 

Reddick 

Griffin 




THE 




REGINALD COOKE 
Editor 



HELEN COLTRANE 
Associate Editor 



We finally made it! After much 
hair pulling and brain racking, we 
are proud to present to you the 1953 
Zenith. It wasn't easy worrying over 
appointments, drawing and redrawing 
pages in the dummy, begging for 
snapshots, waiting for proofs to re- 
turn, and doing the thousand and one 
other jobs that go into making up an 
annual, but we feel it was worth all 
the effort and hard work. 



Reggie was buried on top of the 
world ( at the Zenith office in the attic 
of the library) most of the time with 
pencil and paper bringing his ideas to 
life. His assistant, Helen Coltrane, 
worked herself into an appendectomy, but shared her ideas with the staff from her hospital bed. Betty 
Lou brought her artistic ability into the drawings for the main pages. Audrey, assisted by Nancy and 
Edith, was busy at the typewriter day and night, but was still able to joke with Barbara and "Lib" as 
they labored with the features. Charles and Kent followed up the sports to make our activities com- 
plete. One could not help running into "Abbey" at every turn with his camera, doing that all-im- 
portant job of taking pictures for the Zenith. 




NAMES OF STAFF 

Nancy Kirby 
Audrey Stutts 
Edith Rollins 
Barbara AlcCanless 
Lib Clapp 
Jean Lewis 
Betty Lou Rose 
Reggie Cooke 
Jewel Jones 



ZENITH 



HOWARD GRAHAM 



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The ZENITH 

Business Staff 

We could never have readied our 
goal without the financial aid of our 
business staff. Howard Graham and 
Jo Bundy were on the job from the 
very first of the year collecting ads. 
With the aid of Ruth Craven, Mary 
Jean Newell, and a few others, these 
business managers have been able to 
accomplish a difficult job with great 
efficiency. 



These pages cannot capture the 
headaches and despair that accom- 
panied the business staff in their work, but we feel along with them, that anything is not too much 
for our H. P. C. 



JO BUNDY 

Assistant Business Manager 




Max Miller 
Jim Fowler 
Sammy Kasias 
Mary Jean Newell 
Howard Graham 
Jo Bundy 
Ruth Craven 





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An activp club mi the campus, the Tower Players, is concerned with developing and displaying the talents of its student 
members. 

One-act pla\ »- an- given under the direction of Mi*:- Smith, the new adviser, at the bi-weekly meetings to which visitors are 
invited. 

Members of tin- club are: jack Uber, DeLette Vnderson, Libby Bell. Sallv Bell, Barbara Ann Benson, Myrtle Bescher, 13 ill Big- 
ham. Nancy Blair. Norma Bogle. Marjorie Brown. Pat Buzhardt, Merle Cloninger. Betty Ailecn Cumby, Willie Davis. Koy Dawkins. 
Ed Dunn, Phyllis Fink. Don C. Finley. James A. Fowler. Jr.. Jimmy Gilland, Howard Graham, Sarah Frances Hamilton. Edith 
Harper, Betty Hayworth, Jack Hedgecock, Kent Hubbard. Anne Lewis. Nancy McNeill. Jean Marr. Mary Alice Milbury. Kent 
Moseley, Alton Munn, Jr., Pat Osborne, Jack Peacock. Barbara Pierce. William Pierce. Larry Poteat. Martha Proctor, Donald 
Puntch, June Rogers. Betty Lou Rose. Jane Shelton, Vivian Simmons. Barbara Smith. Mary Grace Snyder, Ralph Strader, W alter 
Eugene Tisdale, Maxine Swaringen, Shirley Swiggett, Rachel Thompson. Sonny Thornton. Josephine Tilley, Marie Venable, Leon 
Walker. Aurilla Wall, Carolvn Webb, Conrad West. Larry Williams, and Jane Wilson. 





Sheldon Manekin, President 

Mildred Sueta, Secretary and 

Treasurer 

Kelsey Schuyler, Vice-President 



Dr. Stewart C. Deskins 
Dr. Helen Hartlett 
Dr. James W. Moffitt 




International Relations Club 




Swanson Braswell 
Helen Coltrane 
Helen Dickinson 
Frank Graham 
Jimmy Gillancl 



Jack Hedgecock 
Betty Hayworth 
A. P. Haywood 
Don Kearns 
Sheldon Manekin 



Max Miller 
Jim Minnis 
Mary C. Overfelt 
Benin' Robbins 
Frances Roberson 



George Saintsing 
Mildred Sueta 
Kelsev Schuyler 
Leon Walker 
Marx \\ illiamson 




LINDLEY CHAPEL 



Dear to the heart of High Point College 
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Baptist Student 
Union 

Betty Jean Floyd. Third Vice-President 
Dr. Mabel Reavis, Faculty Adviser 
Shirley Davis, President 
Elizabeth Wiles, Treasurer 
Ida Lee Wiles, Typist 
Dr. Moffitt, Faculty Adviser 
Sammy Kasias, Second Vice-President 
Maxine Hayworth, Publicity Director 
George Armstrong, Methodist 

Representative 
Robert Maness, Enlistment Chairman 
Betty Ann Sain, Music Director 



Christian Student 
Council 

Dr. Helen Bartlett, Miss Marcella 
Carter, Dr. William R. Locke, Carolyn 
Wilkinson, Betty Lou Wofford, Pat 
Martin, Betty Blake, Reginald Cooke, 
Neil Smith, Jean Lewis, John Burton, 
Pat Kendrick, Shirley Davis, Bill 
Bigham. Bobert Barrett. John Sills. 



Methodist Student 
Fellowship 

Jean Lewis, President 

George Armstrong, Vice-President 

June Rogers. Secretary 

Don Kearns, Treasurer 

Jewel Jones. Program Chairman 

John Burton, C. S. C. Representative 

Pat Kendrick. Publicity Chairman 

Edith Harper, Spiritual Life Chairman 

Mary' Williamson, Publications Chairman 

Carolyn Wilkinson, Social Chairman 

Faculty Advisers: Miss Clarice Bowman. 

Dr. William R. Locke, Miss E. Vera 

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Pat Kendrick, President: Betty Lou Rose, Vice-President; Frances Roberson, Secretary; Pat 
Martin, Treasurer: Betty Blake, Christian Student Council. 

Mrs. Locke. Miss Myrtle Engen. Miss Clarice Bowman. Advisers. 

The Alpha Delta Theta. a continuation of the Religious Education Club, is an organization of 
High Point College to promote effective Christian work among the young women by providing Chris- 
tian tellowship, worship, and service. 




Frances Roberson. Pat Martin. Pat Kendrick. Betty Lou Rose. Betty Blake. Becky Pate, Mary Williamson. Bernice Ridenhour. 
Mary Catherine Overfelt. Carollee Caudle, Carolyn Wilkinson. Melba Eller. Carolyn Featherson. JoAnne Frazier. Edith Harper, 
Carrie Smith. June Rogers. Vivian Simons. Norma June Merritt. Mary Ann Bullock. Delette Anderson. Ann Whitesell, Norma 
Bogle, Willie Davis, Nurse Myrtle. Mary Alice Milbury. Sarah Hamilton. Sue Boggs. Jean Lewis. Florence Fishel. Jean Marr. 
Martha Poke. Ilessie Orrell. Sara Martin. Martha Callimore. Lillian Allen. Jeannine Easterling. Jewel Jones. Miss Bowman, Ad- 
viser; Sarah Coltrane, Beverely Cobb, Helen Coltrane, Dot Thompson. Carolyn Gideons. Barbara Benson, Ruth Craven. 



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Kappa Chi 






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Reginald Cooke, President; John Burton, Vice-President; Johnny Hawkins, Secretary; David Abernatiiy. 
Treasurer; Neil Smith, Christian Student Council Representative; Dr. W. R. Locke, Adviser. 





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"The Lambda Chapter of Kappa Chi Fellowship of Christian Service of 
High Point College, a continuation of the Ministerial Association, is organized 
for the purpose of providing and promoting a medium of instruction, inspira- 
tion, 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." 




Dick Adams 
( »eorge Auman 
I Sill I '. i ii 1 1 a 1 1 1 
Bub Bonwell 
(riles Bowman 
Charles Caurlill 
Howanl Coleman 



Bobby Joe Dennis 
Ed Dunn 
Roy Eubanks 
Jimmy Gilland 
Dewey Griffin 
Don Haynes 
Harvey Johnson 



Fred Nanee 
Edwin Needham 
Carol Neighbors 
Bryce Parker 
Jack Peacock 
Dennis Ricks 
George Robieliaux 



John Rufty 
Robert Russell 
Earl Seckinger 
John Sills 
Bill Simpson 
Gene Tisdale 
Joe W idenhouse 



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The A Cappella Choir 




First row: William Collins. Director: Shirley Davis. June Rogers. Marjorie Brown. Ann Whitsell. Betty Floyd, 
Mary {Catherine Overfelt. Bernice Ridenhour, Willie Davis. Elizabeth Washburn. 

Second row: Elizabeth Wiles. Jean Lewis, Helena Smith. Quita Harrell, Howard Coleman. Charles Caudill. Bobby 
Dennis. Ida Wiles. Elizabeth Murrav. JoAnne Frazier. Norma Bogle. 

Third row: Lillian Allen, Peggy Masten. Elizabeth Clapp. Carolyn Wilkinson. Johnnie Hawkins. Rex Hucks. 
Robert Russell. Betty Lou Rose. Mary Milbury, Pat Kendrick. 

Fourth row: Helen Swaringen, Don Finley, Darrell Hayden, Reginald Cooke. Jack Peacock, Fred Nance, Koy 
Hawkins. Edward Small. Helen Coltrane. 



High Point College Band 




First row: Tom Beaver. Katherine Mayhew. Tommy Phillips. Louie Eargle. Mary Stuart. Barbara Smith. Jerry 
Anderson. Ernestine Raker. Elizabeth Murrav. 

Second row: D. C. Phillips. John Raper. Charles Jarrell. James Mabrey. Carrie Smith. Frank MeCulloeli. Charles 
Caudill. Francis Booze. Bobbie Medlin. David Wagner. Charles Allen. 

Third rote: Dr. Lewis. Director: Don Finley, Howard Coleman. Julia Ann Tillman. 



Future Teachers of America 




OFFICERS 

Bobbie Shumaker, President; Kelsey Schuyler, 
Vice-President; Shirley Harris, Secretary and 
Treasurer; Robert Barrett, Social Chairman. 



ADVISERS 

Mr. H. E. Coble 

Dr. James W. Mofeitt 

Miss Ruth Steelman 



CALVIN WILEY CHAPTER 
Victory Honor Roll Club 
The F. T. A. is a very active national organization, helping college students who are preparing 
to be future teachers. The 1953 year saw the largest chapter of the F. T. A. we have ever had on 



High Point College Campus. 




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• Anne Lewis. Elizabeth Clap,.. Second row; Nancy Kirby, Edith i Rollins Third row Mil- 
dred Wdson Elizabeth Wiles. Mary jean Newell. Jo Bunds Fourth row; Eleanor Clapp Jean Lewis. 
Fifth row; Marie Beeson. Jo Ann Beeson, Mildred Sueta, Ann Wlutsell. Ruth Craven. Ann Jackson. 
Bobbie Shumaker Rlakp ^^ , ^ Tjurd ; w . Waher 

Y^S'y^^FoJa row; Helen Dickinson, Man Williamson Fifth row; Velma Griggs. 

Mv tie Bees e. Jan Richardson. Pat Kendrick. Man Catherine Overfelt. Kelsey Schuyler. 

Til Trow Ben ny Robbins. Charles Sparks. Carolee Caudle. Norma Bogle. Second roa : Nancv > Ian 

p , c! U ToAnne Frazier Nancv Stone. Third row: Helen Coltrane, Maxine Hav worth. Dr. Moffitt, 

51- T C- IB endle H. C. Hudgins. Annie Bums. Fourth row; Robert Walker George Saintsxng, 

John Efird, Leon Walker. A///, row; Kent Moseley, Sam Haywood, A. C. Dunn. James Queen. J 

Fowler. 



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The Panther Scribes 



KENT MOSELEY 
CHARLES MAULTSBY 

Co-Sports Editors 

of the 

'53 Zenith 




The Eye of The Zenith 




He'd Walk a Mile 
For a Picture 



DAVID "ABBEY" ABERNATHY 

Picture Editor 




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This is Bob's second year as head coach. He came 
to High Point in 1950 as C. Q. Smith's assistant. 
Then in 1951 he became head man. Last year he 
took his team to the finals of the conference tourna- 
ment and won 20 of the 30 games on the schedule. 
Coach Davis' hometown is Huntington, W. Va. 
During the last war he served in the Navy Air 
Corps as a Machinist Mate. He graduated from 
Georgetown College at Georgetown, Kentucky, in 
1950. 



Mr. Bob Davis 
Head Baskethall Coach 



Basketball 



Starting his second year as Athletic Director and 
fifth year as Director of Physical Education, 
Paschal came to H.P.C. from Oklahoma A & M. 
Former Director of Athletics, Boxing Coach and 
Line Coach at Bacone College, Muchogee, Okla- 
homa, 1937-46. Graduated Northern Oklahoma in 
1937. B.S. Oklahoma A & M, M.S. Lt. United States 
Navy Reserves, tour active duty. Giumerv and 
Communication, Pacific. 




Mr. Arthur Paschal 
Director of Athletics 



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■Basketball Outlook for 1952- 1953' 



On paper, the outlook for the Purple Panthers 
looks very dim for the '52-53 season; there are 
no great individual stars like Ed Sueta or Jessie 
Joyce to lead the team to honors. But the hardest 
thing in the world would he to convince Coach Hob 
Davis and the players that the paper tells the true 
story! What they lack in individual stars the cur- 
rent Panther squad is planning to make up in 
teamwork, hustle, and a fighting spirit. 

Fighting for the forward positions as the season 
opens are: Tony Lisk, 6 ft. 4 inch junior; Harold 
Sykes, 6 ft. 4 inch sophomore; Billy Hicks, 6 ft. 

2 inch senior; Conrad West, 6 ft. junior; and 6 ft. 

3 inch freshman, Paul Wesseler. Sykes and kisk 
now seem to hold the edge for the forward posi- 
tions. 



The center positions will probably be fdled by 
big Howard Alexander, freshman, 6 ft. 7 inches tall 
and weighing 270. Sophomore 6 ft. 5 inch Boh 
Popp and freshman 6 ft. 6 inch Bill Simpson, will 
be giving Alexander a fight for the center spot. 

The Panthers will lie stronger at the guard spots 
this year with Captain Bobby Davidson, Sonny 
Thornton, Ken Frazier, all letlermen who returned 
to the college, and transfer Kent Moseley fighting 
for .starting positions. 

Since the team is composed almost entirely of 
inexperienced men — only one senior on the team 
—the Panthers are looking forward to a great team 
for next year, but who knows, maybe this will be 
the year! 



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1 < >ti \ Lisk rebounds against the '"V 



Bobb) Davidson leaps for two against W.C.T.C. 



The Prowling Panthers 



The kind of action that won the Piedmont Tourney 




High Point College won the first Piedmont Hosiery 
Tournament at Elon College, being victorious 
over a field of Guilford. Elon, and Appalachian. 
The Panthers defeated Appalachian 80-70, then 
decisioned over Elon in an overtime period 78-81. 








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"Slick" Sykes 
hits his jump 



Sonny spins one in 




North State Champs 



SEASON'S SCORES 



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HPC 74 

HPC 84 



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Groat's All Stars.. 
McCrary 

Virginia Tech 

Presbyterian 

Morehead, Ky. 

Union, Ky. 

East Tennessee 

High Point YMCA. 

Guilford 

McCrary 

Catawba 

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. 66 
. 55 
. 79 
. 69 



HPC 87 

HPC 90 

HPC 68 

HPC 70 

HPC 95 

HPC 90 

HPC 91 

HPC 92 

HPC 45 

HPC 81 

HPC 87 

HPC 69 



.... 77 
.___ 87 
.... 79 
.... 73 
.... 70 
.... 73 

77 

.... 79 
.... 69 
.... 73 
.... 65 
Lenoir-Khyne 82 



Appalachian 
W.C.T.C. ... 

E.C.C. 

Lenoir-Rhyne 
Guilford — 

A.C.C. 

Catawba — 
W.C.T.C. ... 

Elon 

Appalachian 
E.C.C. 



Piedmont Hosiery Tourney 
_80 Appalachian "° 



80 



Elon 



North State Conference 

_73 Catawba "1 

_68 E.C.C. " 5 

.66 Elon — 63 

North State Conference Champions 



NAIB District 26 Playoffs 



HPC. 
HPC. 



.73 
.82 



E.C.C. 

Erskine, S. C. 



.103 

. 70 



HONORS 



Howard Mexander 

First team All Tourney; Piedmont 

Hosiery Tournament 
All State Conference Team 
First team All Tourney; North State 

Conference Tournament 
Honorable mention \11 State 



Kent Moseley 

First team All Tourney; Piedmont 
Hosiery Tournament 

First team All Tourney. Most out- 
standing player; North State Con- 
ference Tournament 

Daily News Vthlete of the Week 



Bobby Davidson 

First team All Tourney; Piedmont 
Hosiery Tournament 

Second team; North State Tourna- 
ment 






Our 1952-53 Junior Varsity coach comes from 
Trinity High School where he was head coach in 
basketball and football. Mr. Palmer's basketball 
record last year was 25-7. Prior to that position, 
he was in Texas. 



Mr. Abe Palmer 
Junior \ arsity Coach 



J. V. Basketball 




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Intramural Football Champions 




Morris Holt 
Sidney Lanier 
J imm\ Milliard 
Tom McGhee 
Buddy Brawley 
Carroll Rabon 
Louis Jacobs 



N. D. M. 



Intramurals 



Ken Frazier 
Don Carne\ 
Paul Wesseler 
Howard Alexander 
Bill Routh 
Steward Hartley 
Bob Davidson 




I.T.K. 

Runner-up in football 



N.D.M. 

Football activities 



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Intramural Softball Champions 



1952 




Epsilon Phi Omicron 



First row: George Holland, Ronnie Owens. Charles Second row: Johnnie Miles. Allen Smith. Jim War- 

Caiulill. Charles Maultsln. George Armstrong. W. H. ren, Fred Hash. Harold Sykes, Sonn} Thornton, Roy 

Needham. Jose Lopez. Fred Darkis. Cockerham, Ed Sueta. Bob Popp, Paul Pryor. 



The J952 intramural softball season wound up 
with a tight neek-to-neek finish. The EPO. who tied 
for fourth place with the EHO, walloped them 
and went on to heat the NDM for the softball 
championship. Ed Sueta. the star pitcher and 
captain for the EPO charges, belted a brace of 
home runs to aid the winners in their brilliant 
victory. 

The 1952 intramural football season started 
off with a hang with a hard charging NDM team 
leading the way. The NDM team seemed to have 
that needed spark in every game to carry it to a 
hard earned championship. After vainly trying 
to cope with the champions, the ITK's wound up in 
second place. 



The 1952 intramural hasketball teams look 
fast and seem to he evenly matched. This should 
prove to he a thrilling season for the basketball 
fans. Last year the ITK won the Fraternity League 
Championship, and the "Travelers" won the Inde- 
pendent League Championship. Then in an excit- 
ing playoff contest between these two clubs, the 
"Travelers" won the intramural basketball cham- 
pionship. Each player on the championship team 
was awarded a trophy. 

Thanks to the student participation in these in- 
tramural contests, the morale of the activities on 
the High Point College campus has grown and 
developed along with the institution itself. 



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First 
Five 



Track 



SECOND PLACE-NORTH STATE CONFERENCE 1952 



BROAD JUMP 
Sonny Thornton 




Tennis 



Carlos Horcasitas 



Mike Reyes 






John Hall 




NORTH STATE CHAMPIONS 



Cheerleaders 




Patsy White Jane Lathrop Pat Gunter 

Marie Essa Don Puntch 





Patsy Buzhardt 
President 



Nancye Clifton 
Vice-President 



\nn VonCannon 
Secretary 




Frankie Goad 

Treasurer 




Eleanor Clapp 
Intramural Manager 



Co-eds at High Point College interested in ath- 
letics are organized into the Women's Athletic 
Association under the guidance of Miss Ellen 
Philheck. Good sportsmanship is encouraged by 
the point system by which girls may win emblems, 
medals, sweaters, and blankets. 



The year 1952-1953 has been a successful one 
for the W. A. A. Sports engaged in have been 
speedball, volleyball, basketball, Softball, ping- 
pong, archery, tennis, and other minor sports. 



Women's Athletic Association 




Jean Wright. [Catherine Mayhew. Peggy Brewer. Annette Council, Elizabeth Prettyman, Elizabeth Clapp. Ann VonCannon, Patsy 
Buzhardt. Frankie Goad. Nancye Clifton. Gwen Reddick. Sail\ Hilton. Sue Gamble. Nancv McNeill. Rebecca Nicks. Vicki Wash- 
burn. Maxine Swaringen. Jackie Hall. Betty Simmons. Mary Snyder. Ann Cockerham, Martha Proctor. Ernestine Baker. Carolyn 
Whitner. Coleen Ward. Jo Ann Williams. Shirley Swiggett, Marjorie Brown. Miss Ellen Philback. 



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Epsilon Eta Phi 

ORGANIZED 1927 




Leon Walker 
President 



Herbert Potts 
Vice-President 




Bill Wrenn 
Secretary 

Tom Charpinc 
Treasurer 




Doug Norwood 
Scribe 



Nick Siriotis, Intr 



Fraternity Council 
Representative 



First row, left to right: Keilh Clark. Richard Clements, Troy Davis, Bill Hedrick, Bob 
Hedriek. Second run: Jimmy Kennedy, Walter Krewson, Robert McLeod, Dick Owens. 
James Out-ell. Third row: George Saintsing. Kelsey Schuyler. Ed .Small. Doug Swaim, 
Robert Terrell. Fourth row: J. D. Wade. Robert Walker, Lacv Williams. Mat Wilson 
Advisers: Mr. H. E. Coble, Mr. N. P. Yarborough. Dr. G. H. Hobart. 



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Theta Phi 





Joan Crowder 
President 





Maxine Swaringen Pat Buzhardt Bobbie Shumaker 
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 

Ten New members were hilariously initiated and seriously inducted into the Theta Phi Sorority 
last fall. Tliis was only the beginning of a very happy year for all Theta Phi members under the 
splendid leadership of its officers. 




First row, left to right: Lillian \ 1 1<- n. Pegg) Brewer. Merle Cloninger. Jan.- Crews, Marie Essa. 
Second row: Sue Gary, Eleanor Goldston, Anne Lewis. Barbara McCanless, Madge Miller. Third 
row: Jane Shelton, Betty Shepherd, Ann Swanson, Berneice Ridenhour. 



93 



Iota Tail Kappa 

ORGANIZED 1927 




First ran-. left to right: Pal Bcncini, Charles Hine. Vernon Kembro, Kent Moseley, Harry Newman. Second row: Bob Shaf- 
fer. Jack Stanback, Buddy Welch, Robert Woods, Harry Tesh. Third raw: Bill Anderson. Koy Andrews, Bill Booker, Colon 
Wayne Farlow, John Hawkins. Fourth row: David Moore. Eugene Snyder. LeRoy Sellers, Bill Simpson, David Wagoner. 

Vol Pictured: Bill Hicks, Duncan Redditt, Coleman \yscue. Swanson Braswell. Honker Hall, Lynn King, Bruce Long, Spen- 
cer Smith. 




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Sigma Alpha Phi 



ORGANIZED 1928 





Nancye Clifton 
President 



Marion Warren 
Vice-President 



Dean Gore 
Secretary-Treasurer 




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First row, left to right: Jerry Anderson. Ann Cockerham, Carolyn Featherston. Sue <.a 
Hedgecock. Second row: Sally Hylton. Pat Johnson, Nancy McNeil, Kalliy Quinn, Qu 
Third row: June Rogers, Jo Tilley, Cynthia Wells, Patsy White. 



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Lynn Carter 
President 



Kent Brendle Pete Canada L. C. Ellis T. G. Madison 

Vice-President Recording Secretary Corres. Secretary I reasurer 



Garland Green 
Pledge Master 




Delta Alpha Epsilon 



ORGANIZED 1929 




First row, left to right: Tom Beaver, Pressel Brown, Ken Campbell, Hugh Conner, Bobby Clinard. 
Second row: 8066,1 Candy, Travis Hanes, Phil Haywood, Ji-rn Kennedy, Robert Latta. Third 
row: Tom Lisk, Paul Murphy. Dun McNeil. Paul' Nash. Alfred Perryman. Fourth row: Sid 
Proctor, Ronald Smith. Ceorge Stephen, Joe Widenhouse, Jack Wrenn. 

il(i 




Becky Autry 
P resilient 



Shirley Swiggett Jam-: Lathrop 
Vice-President Secretary 



Louise Bailey 

Treasurer 




Alpha Theta Psi 

ORGANIZED 1928 




First row, left to right: Norma Bogle. Betty Cumin. Willie Davis, Bett\ Floyd. Faye FloyH. Second row: Fat Gunter, Kent 
Hubbard, Ruth Madison. Joyce Mellis. Pert Prettyman. Third row: Betty Lou Ro-e. Betty Ann Sain. Audrey Stmts. Mil- 
dred Sueta. Helen Swaringen, Ann Yoncannon. Fourth row: Virginia Walker. JoAnne Wardell, Ann Whitsell, Betty Lou 
Wofford, Tommie Lou Young. 



n k a 




Robert Barrett 
Jack Combs 
Herbert Clapp 
Don Elkins 
Douglas Farmer 



Jimmy Gilland 
Bob Heath 
John Hiatt 
Bill Hipps 
Darrell Hayden 



Dick Hinsdale 
Charles Jarrell 
Don Kearns 
Ed Lowe 
Ted Medlin 



Max Miller 
Phil Mowery 
Jack Peacock 
Bill Pittman 
D. C. Phillips 



Bob Powell 
Larry Poteat 
Donald Puntch 
Bobby Shook 
Dick Sale 



H. L. Wilson 
Bill Wright 



915 



Pi Kappa Alpha 




Arthur Paschal 

Faculty Adviser 



Arlen Pons 



Vice-P, 



Idem 



Howard Graham 
President. 



Gene Ferguson 7 
Treasurer 



Howard Coleman 
Secretary 




Delta Omega Chapter 



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Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



ORGANIZED 1952 




This chapter having been installed at High Point College February 6, 1953, completed a suc- 
cessful year in June. Many hours of hard work, both physical and mental, went into the formation 
of the first national fraternity on our campus. We, the founders of Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity, believe that our efforts will reward both our fraternity and our school, and hope 
that the future will bring the happiness and success that the past has left. 



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Epsilon Phi Omicron 

OFFICERS 

James Warren, President 

Fred Hasty, Vice-President 

Georce Armstrong, Secretary 

JACK HeDGECOCK, Treasurer 

DAVID Abernathy, Corresponding Secretary 

Barry NeW'SOME, /. F. C. Representative 









First row, /eft to right: Dick Uams. Da\ 
Second row: Robert C 
row: Louie Eargle. I) 



Carroll, Charles Caudlll R™ Tm, I 5 ^ ll " U " llull «"- Larry Burton. 
n Finlev I«L. Pvi i I Co , ck "ham, Koy Dawkins, Jim 
nnley, james Fowler, Frank Graham. Jimmy Hunter 



ii Dumas. Third 



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First row, left to right: Penn Jones, Don Leonhardt, Cornelius Liner. Jose Lopez, Benny Martin. 
Second row: Charlie Maultsby, \\ . H. Needham, Ronnie Owens, Bobby Parrish, Charles Pruett. 
Third row: Benny Robbins, Robert Ross, Jimmy Scott, Jack Venahle, Buehanon Williford. 



E $ O Activities 




101 




N. D. M. 

ORGANIZED L939 




Raymond Vargas 
Secretary 



Kenneth Frazier Mrs. Artiii r P\scii\l Floyd Brayvley 
President Mother Vice-President 

William Routh Thomas McGhee 

Corresponding Athletic Director 

Secretary 



Carroll Rabon 
Treasurer 




First row, lell to right: Conrad West, Robert Davidson. Miguel Reyes. Carlos Horcasitos, Robert McCarn, Sidney 
Lanier. Second row: I aul \\ essler. Howard Alexander. Donald Corey. Rudolph Frazier. Louis Jacobs, Ronald Bell. 
Third row: Morris Holt. Robert Hardesty, Donald Craves. James Hilliard. 
\ot Pictured: Steward Hartley, Perc> Rodgers, Douglas Cooper. William Kelly. 

102 



Faculty and Administrative Staff 



Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, 821 W. College Drive. High Point 

Miss Louise Adams, 516 N. Wrenn Street, High Point 

Mr. J. H. Allred, 701 Sunset Drive. High Point 

Dr. Madie W. Barrett. 215 Wilson Rd„ Greensboro 

Dr. Helen R. Bartlett, Centreville, Maryland 

Mrs. Alda T. Berry, 1022 Sherrod Ave., High Point 

Miss Clarice Bowman. Woman's Hail, High Point College. High 

Point 
Miss Marcella Carter, 901 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Mr. H. E. Coble, 901 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Dr. Eugene Coltrane, Jamestown 

Mr. William W. Collins, 1506 Carolina Ave.. High Point 
Dr. E. O. Cummings, Rt. 2, Emerywood Estates. High Point 
Mrs. Anne Dale. 412 Otteray Drive. High Point 
Mr. Richard Dale, 412 Otteray Drive, High Point 
Mr. Bob Davis, 904 N. Hamilton Street, High Point 
Dr. S. C. Deskins, Rt. 8, Box 374, Greensboro 

Miss Myrtle Engen, Woman's Hall. High Point College, High Point 
Mrs. Mary Fearing, McCulloch Hall, High Point College. High 

Point 
Miss Ernestine Fields, 1211 Delk Dr., High Point 
Mrs. Frances Gaynor, 2405 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 
Mr. W. H. Geyer. Jamestown 
Dr. John A. Hager. 900 Fourth St., High Point 
Miss Mona Hall, Rt. 4, Box 404. High Point 
Dr. Ben H, Hill, 1202 Cedrow Ave., High Point 
Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. 902 Rotary Dr.. High Point 



Dr. George Hobart. 603 W. Farriss St.. High Point 

Mrs. W. G. Holt, McCulloch Hall, High Point College. High Point 

Miss E. Vera Idol, Emerywood Ct. Apt. E 1A. High Point 

Dr. Lew J. Lewis, Jr.. 821 Circle Dr., High Point 

Dr. William R. Locke. 911 N. Hamilton, High Point 

Dr. Lincoln Lorenz, 3605 Parkway Dr., Greensboro 

Miss Edith Matthews, 909 W. College Dr., High Point 

Dr. James W. Moffitt, 2610 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Mr. Abe Palmer, 1132 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Mr. Arthur Paschal, McCulloch Hall, High Point College, High 

Point 
Mrs. Edna Paschal. McCulloch Hall, High Point College, High Point 
Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 318 S. Hamilton, High Point 
Mrs. Betty S. Perry, Woman's Hall. High Point College, High Point 
Miss Ellen Philbeck, 623 \ 2 Willowbrook, High Point 
Dr. Mabel Reavis, 324 Woodrow Ave., High Point 
Dr. F. A. Riedel, McCulloch Hall, High Point College. High Point 
Miss Joan Smith. McCulloch Hall, High Point College, High Point 
Miss Lillian Smith, McCulloch Hall, High Point College, High Point 
Miss Rebecca Snider, 817 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Miss Ruth Steelman, 1315 W. Wendover Ave.. Greensboro 
Mrs. Henrietta Stone, 909 W. College Dr., High Point 
Mrs. C. L. Whitaker, 805 W. Circle Dr., High Point 
Mrs. Alice Paige White, Emerywood Ct. Apt.. High Point 
Mr. Arthur B. Williams, 2601 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 
Mr. Arthur S. Withers, 821 Circle Dr., High Point 
Mr. N. P. Yarborough. 1431 Wiltshire Blvd.. High Point 



Senior Class 



Adam, Thornton Dixon, Carthage 

Alber, Jack D.. Lexington 

Allen, Charles Lee, P. O. Box 434. Lexington 

Auman, David Wills, Box 1670, High Point 

Autry, Rebecca Hewitt, 1112 Cedrow Avenue, High Point 

Axley, Martha Porter, 313 Tennessee Street, Murphy 

Bailey, Margaret Louise, Box 173, Old Fort 

Barnes, Charles Ward, Rt. 3. Box 260. Thomasville 

Barr, C. B., Eldorado 

Barrett, Robert Wilton, Conway 

Bencini, Patrick Welch, 505 Player Drive, High Point 

Bescher, Myrtle Mae, Denton 

Bigham, William Ormand, Rt. 6. Greensboro 

Bogle, Norma Jane. 529 South 4th Street, Albemarle 

Bolick, Eugene Franklin, Maiden 

Bottoms, Floyd Grayson, 3424 Kivett Drive. High Point 

Bowman. Norman Lee, Jr., Rt. 6, High Point 

Brendel, Garnie Leonard, Chestnut Street, High Point 

Brooks, Wendell Mock, Rt. 3, Lexington 

Brown, Marjorie Perkins, Lincolnton 

Bundy, Jo Arlene, Rt. 2, High Point 

Burton, Chestley Edward, Jr., 401-B Allred Street, High Point 

Camp, Jack, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Carter, Linwood, 632 Rockspring Road, High Point 

Clement, Richard Herman, 800 Willowbrook Street, High Point 

Clifton. Nancye Ann, Stoneville 

Coltrane, Helen Eaton, 2419 West. Polo Road. Winston-Salem 

Connelly, Thomas Horace, 140 Hedgecock Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Conner, Hugh Calvin, 942 Montlieu Avenue. High Point 

Cooke, Reginald James, 11 E. Holly Street, Maiden 

Craven, Ruth Elaine, Rt. 2. High Point 

Crews, Jane Elizabeth, 2220 Queen Street. Winston-Salem 

Davis, Troy R., 508 Bridges Street, High Point 

Davis, Willie Jackson, 1909 Southgate Street, Durham 

Day. Royal Palmer, 2007 Oakwood Drive, Greensboro 

Dunn, Atlas Cleveland, Jr., 930 Straight, Asheboro 

Efird. John C, 1426 E. Commerce Street, High Point 

Elkins, Don Lamarr, 425 Royal Oak Street, High Point 

Farabee, Oliver Alton. P. O. Box 117, Lexington 

Floyd, Betty, Thomasville 

Fowler, James Aldean, Jr., Rt. 3. Box 482, Greensboro 

Frazier. Jo Anne, Rt. 5. High Point 

Graham, Howard, 304 Ford Street. Kannapolis 

Greene, Garland Vestal. Rt. 3, Mocksville 

Griffin. Dewey William. Rt. 3, Winston-Salem 

Griggs, Valma Tossie, Rt. 3, Wadesboro 

Groce, Billy M„ 903 E. Lexington. High Point 

Harper, Edith Marie, 200 E. Newlyn Street, Greensboro 

Hayworth, Betty Lou, 1027 South Main Street, High Point 



Hedgecock. Betty Faye, 507 Prospect. Street, High Point 

Hedgecock. Jack Grayson, 126 Randolph Street, Randleman 

Hicks, Minnie Lee, Rt. 4, Mount Airy 

Hicks, Robah Fetzer, Rt. 1, Mayodan 

Holland, George Elmer. High Point College, High Point 

Horner, Sally H.. Carthage 

Houck, Wayburn Lee, Brevard 

Hughes, Leonard Arthur, Jr., General Delivery, High Point 

Hylton. Sally Elizabeth. Sophia 

Jackson, Mrs. Ann Hendrix, Jamestown 

Johnsey, William James. 213 Green Oak Drive, High Point 

Johnson, William Charles, 712 Morris Street, High Point 

Jones, Jewel Anne, 206 Lima Avenue, Charlotte 

Jordan. Betty Lee, 202 N. Dogwood Avenue, Siler City 

Kendrick, Anna Patrick, Salisbury 

Kimbro, David Vernon, 1416 N. Hamilton Street. High Point 

Kinsey. Charles Foulke, 810 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Klass, Jack Edward, Rt. 2, Box 404, Thomasville 

Lewis, Anne Brown. Box 112, King 

Lewis, Betty Jean, 1134 E. 25th Street, Winston-Salem 

Lowder, Robert E., Rt. 9. Concord 

Madison, Ruth Carolyn. 1105 Thissell Street, High Point 

Manekin, Sheldon A., Y.M.C.A., South Main St., High Point 

Maness, James Robert, Rt. 1, Carthage 

Mewborn, William Edgar, Rt. 6, Box 272-B, High Point 

Miller, Max Charles, 2334 Edgewood Avenue, High Point 

Morton, Oren Wade, Trinity 

Newman, Harry Allen, Rt. 1, Madison 

Oakley, Robert Lee, Kt. 2, Lexington 

Overfelt, Mary Catherine, Rt. 1, Box 214, Lynnhaven, Va. 

Parker, David Bryce, Rt. 3. Lexington 

Parks. Mrs. Betty K., Rt. 1. Box 84, High Point 

Parrish. Bobby Lee, Trinity 

Pate, Becky C, Rowland 

Paton, John R., 201 W. Lexington Avenue, High Point 

Pittman. William Bronson, 630 S. 3rd Street, Smithfield 

Price, Theodore Jackson, 209 Foust Street, High Point 

Raper, John Austin, 214 Lindsay Street High Point 

Ridenhour. Elizabeth Berneice, Rt. 1. Box 155. Salisbury 

Ridge, Howard Don. 1146 St. John Street, High Point 

Rudisill. Lander Raymond, 403 Lane Street, Kannapolis 

Saintsing, George Wilson, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Schuyler. Kelsey Lee. 3058 Greenway Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Seckinger. Earl Eugene, Box 264. Enka 

Shaffer. William Robert, Rt. 1, Sandy Ridge 

Shepherd. Betty Jane. 902 Oakshade Street. Kannapolis 

Shuford. George Lindsey. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

Shumaker. Bobbie Gwyn. Star Rt. 3. Statesville 

Sills. John Robinson, 228 Moore Street, Thomasville 



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Simmons, Mary Vivian. Rt. 3, Box 69, Lenoir 

Smith, Jeddy Robert. 1147 St. John Street. High Point 

Songer. Leo S„ 2385 Ardmore Terr. Apt. A., Winston-Salem 

Sparks, Charles Edgar, 1216 Grayland Street. Greensboro 

Stanback, Wallace Braxton, 419 S. Fulton Street, Salisbury 

Starnes, Melvin Duane, 1018 West A, Kannapolis 

Stone, Nancy Mae. 316 Forest Hill Avenue. Winston-Salem 

Sueta, Mildred Redding. Sophia 

Vargas, Ray Aurelio, Milanes No. 37, Matanzas. Cuba 

Venable. Edgar Jackson, Rt. 6, High Point 

Warren, James Marshall. Box 103, Gastonia 



Warren, Marion Elaine, Cameron 

Washburn, Doris Mae, Rt. 2, Madison 

Welborn, Lelia Rucker, Rt. 2. High Point 

Welch. Leo Arthur, Jr.. 608 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

V/'haley, Durant, 715 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Whitesell. Ann Fleming. Spruce Pine 

Wilson, H. L., 709 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Wilson, Jane Alice. Ranlo Station, Gastonia 

Woods, Robert P., Rt. 3, Mebane 

Wrenn, Bill Richard, Norwood Court, Apartment 24, High Point 

Wrenn, Jack Thomas, 1401 Highland Road, High Point 



Junior Class 



Albertson, Paul Allen, Rt. 5, High Point 

Allen, Lillian Elizabeth, Eldorado 

Aligood, Johnnie Powell, 1005 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 

Anderson, Clyde Benjamin, 810 Putnam Avenue, High Point 

Auman, George Elton. Rt. 1. Seagrove 

Ayscue, James Coleman, Rt. 2, Box 314, Henderson 

Bailey, Robert Samuel, Carthage 

Barrett, Lewis Palma, 325 Quaker Lane, High Point 

Berrier, James Clifton, 3729, S. Main Street, Winston-Salem 

Beverly, Darrell Lane, 304 Best Street, High Point 

Black, L. C, Jr., Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Blake. Betty Louise. Robbins 

Bollinger, ack Johnson, Spencer Avenue, High Point 

Bonwell, Robert Herman, Jr., 309 Madison Ave., West Norfolk, Va. 

Braswell, Joseph Swanson, 2712 Roxboro Road, Durham 

Brendle, Kent Fleming, Box 145, Boonville 

Brewer, Peggy B., Peachland 

Broome, Earnest Lindley, Rt. 5, Monroe 

Broome, Frank Young, Rt. 5, Monroe 

Browder. William Luther. Germanton 

Brown. Harold Alvin, 601 Granby Street. High Point 

Bullock. Mary Ann. 310 West Avenue, Kannapolis 

Buzhardt, Patsy R., Box 275, Denton 

Campbell, Kenneth Groce, Rt. 1, Yadkinville 

Campbell, Thomas Kelly, Apt. 12, Norwood Court, High Point 

Canada, Pete Holmes, 1409 Rittenhouse Street. Lynchburg. Va. 

Caudill, Charles Clayton, Princeton 

Caudle, Anne Carolee, Rt. 1. Peachland 

Charping, Tom Monroe, 323 Louise Avenue, High Point 

Clapp, Elizabeth Anne, Rt. 6, Box 465, Greensboro 

Clodfelter, Bobby Ray, 2106 Baltimore Avenue, High Point 

Coggins, Billy Ray. 414 Hinkle Street. Thomasville 

Coleman, Howard Luther, 64 Fenix Street, Concord 

Craven, Virginia Mae, Franklinville 

Crowder, Constance Joan, 309 Steele Street. High Point 

Cannon. Archie Doye, Rt. 2, Huntersville 

Davidson, Robert Donald, Beaverville, 111. 

Davis. Martha Shirley, Rt. 2, Box 122. High Point 

Davis, Max Wayne. Yadkinville 

Dennis, Bobby Joe, Box 115, Troy 

Dickinson, Helen Frances, Ulah 

Eargle, Harry Louie, Box 75. Waxhaw 

Eller, Melba Dean. Rt. 1. Box 231, Wilkesboro 

Elliott, Doris Christine, Rt. 5, High Point 

Ellis, L. C. Rt. 3, Mocksville 

Farlow, Theron Duane, Rt. 1. Sophia 

Faulkner, Joe Raymond, 1111 Charles Street, Winston-Salem 

Fogleman, Blanche Marie, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Franklin, Walter Wade, 518 Terrell Street, Greensboro 

Frazier, O. Rudolph, Jr., 712 Willowbor Terrace, High Point 

Goldston, Eleanor Harris, 397 N. Church Street. Concord 

Gore, Alice Dean, Rt. 1, Clarendon 

Graham, Francis, Farmington 

Hall, Jackie Ann. South Main Street, Roxboro 

Hall, James Olin. High Point College, High Point 

Hanes. Travis. Rt. 4, Lexington 

Hartley, Stewart B.. 108 E. Russell, High Point 

Hasty, Frederick G., Cameron 

Huwkins, Johnnie Everett, 1620 Duckworth Street, Charlotte 

Haywood. Helen Louise. Box 97. Troy 

Hayworth, Betty Eugene, 901 E. Commerce, High Point 

Heath, Robert L., Walnut Cove 

Hensdale, Richard Lawrence. 1103 Hay Street, Fayetteville 

Hight, Fred Barnes, Jr., 117 Church Street, Henderson 

Hilton, Leighton Kenneth, 505 Julian Avenue, Thomasville 

Hudgins, H. C, Jr., Hobbsville 

Hunt. Grier Samuel. Pinnacle 

Jenkins. Harold C. Rt. 1, Concord 



Johnson, Harvey Bynum, Rt. 4, Box 356, Fayetteville 

Jcnes, Robert Blanton, 323 Blanch Street, Clayton 

Kasias, Sammy George, 427 E. Washington, High Point 

Kennedy, James H.. Rt. 3, Thomasville 

King. Lynn Grey, Dublin 

Kirby, Nancy Ridge, Apt. 87, Norwood Ct., High Point 

Krewson, Walter H., 615 S. Fayetteville, Asheboro 

Lathrop, Amy Jane, Lord's Point, Stonington, Conn. 

Leatherman. Betty Jane, Rt. 2, Vale 

Liner, Cornelius Ewell, Rt. 1, Hillsboro 

Lowe, Willis Edmund, 2206 Hansell Street, High Point 

Lowery, Charles Donald, Avondale 

McLean, Ronald Carlton, Kernersville 

McNeill. Nancy Helen. Box 163, Robbins 

Martin, Benny Worth, Lawsonville 

Mayhew, Catherine D., 2128 Mulberry Street, Cherryville 

Medlin. Henry Cleo, 158 N. Church Street, Concord 

Merritt, Norma June. 5216 Old Rural Hall Road. Winston-Salem 

Michael. Jimmie Dale, Rt. 2, Kernersville 

Moore, Keith R.. 625 Willowbrook Street, High Point 

Morgan, James R., Chemical Street, Winston-Salem 

Moseley, Kent Stewart, Rt. 1, Stoneville 

Nance. Fred Norman, 2629 Church Street, Greensboro 

Needham, Edwin Garber, Box 295, Cliffside 

Needham, W. H.. Jr., Ether 

Neighbours. Carol, Rt. 6, Box 293, High Point 

Newell, Mary Jean. Rt. 6. Box 188-C. High Point 

Ncwsome, Barry Hodges, Box 444, Enfield 

Norwood, Douglas James, 303 Church Street, Belmont 

Osborne, Patricia M., Rt. 3, Box 52, Greensboro 

Parks. Vera Jean, Seagrove 

Pennington, Mona Rae, 125 South Road, High Point 

Pierce, Barbara Jean, Shiloh 

Pierce, William Robert, Shiloh 

Pons, Arlen Dane, 414 Willowbrook Street. High Point 

Poteat, Lawrence E., Jr.. 812 S. Yadkin Avenue, Spencer 

Price, Norene, Rt. 1, Ellenboro 

Pritchard, Porter Garland. 113 Worth Street, Asheboro 

Pope, Earl Haig. 617 Chestnut Street, High Point 

Queen, James C. 118 S. Spruce Street, Winston-Salem 

Rabon, Carroll Lee, Jr.. Milford Hills. Salisbury 

Redditt, Duncan Ray, Box 2518, Greensboro 

Reid, Clayton Lee, 126 Kenilworth Drive, High Point 

Reiff. Clayton Lee, 1201 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Rhinehart, Charles A.. Farmer 

Rich, Van Elmer, 825 S. Cox Street. Asheboro 

Ricks, Robert Dennis, Jr., Rt. 2. Box 76, Conway 

Riddle, Faber William, Buffalo, S. C. 

Robbins, Bennie Lee, Trinity 

Rollins, Mary Edith, Central Falls 

Rose, Elizabeth Lucille, 75 Park Blvd., Winston-Salem 

Routh, William Eugene, 413 Routh Circle, Greensboro 

Russell, Robert Glenn, Jr., 2624 W. Court, Greensboro 

Sherman, Clarendon Foy. 328 Pickett Street, High Point 

Siriotis, Nicholas George, II8V2 N. Commerce St.. High Point 

Smith, Allen P., Nathan Hunt Drive, High Point 

Smith, Neil Edward, P. O. Box 50, Rural Hall 

Smith, Patricia Holmes, Kelly 

Snyder, C. Eugene, 538 Ransour Road. Winston-Salem 

Snyder. Janet Elizabeth. Rt. 3, High Point 

Steffan. Stephanos George, 505 North Hamilton, High Point 

Stephens. James Jarvis, 709 Centennial Avenue, High Point 

Stutts, Audrey Jean, Box 267, Robbins 

Swaringen, Helen Lois, 615 W. Lexington Avenue, High Point 

Swaringen, Helen Maxine, 343 Vance Street, Concord 

Terrell, Robert Jones, Box 221, Yanceyville 

Tisdale, Walter Eugene, Box 13, Saxapahaw 

VonCannon. O. Ann, 501 Fourth Street, High Point 



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Vuncannon, L. Lewis, 219 Chestnut Street, High Point 

Wade, Joseph Donald, 503 South Main Street, High Point 

V/alker, B. Leon, 248 Proctor Street, High Point 

Washburn, Elizabeth Jane, Bostic 

West, Conrad Mark, 1334 W. 4th Street, Winston-Salem 

Weston, James Alvin. 1115 Pleasant View Drive, Winston-Salem 



Young, Tommie Lou, 305 Hillerest Drive, High Point 



White, James Kenneth. 4212 S. Main Street. Winston-Salem 
Wiles, Elizabeth Marie. Worthville 

Wilkinson. Carolyn Heffner, 110 Union Street. Maiden 
Williams. James Sid. 242 East Polo Road. Winston-Salem 
Williams, Jo Ann. 505 Harding Street, Raleigh 
Williamson, Mary Ethelyn. Rt. 1, Box 126. Nakina 



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Abernathy, David Myles, Box 353 Connelly Springs 

Andrews, Robert Kenneth, 507 Flint Street, High Point 

Armstrong, George Herbert, Box 245, Mount Gilead 

Auman, Nancy Sugg, Rt. 1. Seagrove 

Beaver, Thomas Joseph, 402 E. Farriss Street, High Point 

Beck, Herman C, 3503 Kivett Drive, High Point 

Blair, Nancy Purvis. Archdale 

Booker, Bill Ray, 303 Best Street. High Point 

Brawley, Floyd Mills, 220 Armfield Street, Statesville 

Bridger, Donald Gene, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Brown, Ralph Franklin, Jr., 219 Idol Street, High Point 

Burris, Anne Laurie, Rt. 4, Albemarle 

Burton, John Matthew, Rt, 3, Reidsville 

Campbell, William Preston, 2403 Dallas Street, High Point 

Clapp, Eleanor Jean, Rt. 6, Box 177. Greensboro 

Clark, Keith Douglas, 204 Venable, High Point 

Clinard. Robert Samuel, 224 W. 8th Avenue, Lexington 

Clodfelter, James Ralph, Rt. 2, Box 117, Lexington 

Cloninger, Merle Lee, Box 758, Paw Creek 

Cockerham, Julia Ann, Dobson 

Council, Annette Robeson, White Oak 

Craig, Colleen Virginia, Hornsbyville, Va. 

Davis, John Billy, Rt. 1. High Point 

Easterling, Nelda Jeannine, 406 N. Randolph Street, Rockingham 

Essa, Margaret Marie. 125 Mclver Street, Greensboro 

Eubanks, Roy L., Norwood Courts Apts., High Point 

Everett, Paula Jeanne, 3136 Lee Avenue, Midway Park 

Farmber, Douglas Harmon, 2108 English Street, High Point 

Featherston, Carolyn, 707 Reams Avenue, Roxboro 

Fergueson, Gene W.. Box 5104, Mayodan 

Floyd, Betty Jean, 405 Smith Street. High Point 

Frazier, Kenneth Roy, 400 Riverside Avenue, Narrows, Va. 

Freeman, Irene, Lauada 

Fretwell, Sam MeGehee, Rt. 3, Reidsville 

Fulp, Robert Parker, Trinity 

Gandy, Robert LeRoy, Jr., 306 S. Spring Street, Concord 

Gaynor, Wesley W., 2405 E. Lexington, High Point 

Gideons, Carolyn Joyce, Willard 

Gilland, Jimmy Conrad, Rt. 4. Box 422, Salisbury 

Glenn, Archie Cunningham, 800 Lockland Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Goad, Frankie Dean, Rt. 1, Madison 

Greene, Johnson C, Rt. 1, Mount Gilead 

Gunter, Pattie Lee, Trinity 

Hall, James Thomas, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

Hancock. Donald Lloyd, P. O. Box 334, Archdale 

Harris, Shirley Gray, Rt. 6. Box 469-C Greensboro 

Haywood, Andrew Perry, Ulan 

Hayworth, Cora Maxine, Rt. 2, High Point 

Hedrick, Billy Bruce, Rt. 1. Box 163, Thomasville 

Hedrick, Bobby Brice, Rt. 1, Box 163. Thomasville 

Hipps, William A„ Rt. 1, Candler 

Horcasitas, Carolos Octavio. Puebla 247, Mexico, D. F. 

Hubbard, Charlotte Kent, 404 W. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Jackson, George Calvin, Rt. 4, Box 133. Greensboro 

Jarrell, Charles Tillman, Jr., 112 S. 7th Street, Wilmington 

Jester, Dwight Monroe, Rt. 6, Box 178, High Point 

Joyce, Gary Dean, Box 13, Fieldale, Va. 

Kearns. Donald Jackson. 119 Blair Street, Troy 

Koonce, Paddi Neale, c/o Junior Mfg. Co., High Point 

Lisk, Vernon Ward, Mount Gilead 

Lcpez, Jose Joaquin, Box 19, Naguabo, Puerto Rico 

Love, Mary Catherine, Rt. 1, Jackson Park, Concord 

Luck, Martha Joann, Seagrove 

MacArthur, James Franklin, Early Avenue, Draper 

McGhee, Thomas Fred, 206 Ward Street, High Point 

McLeod, Bobby Vernon, 802 Arbordale, High Point 

McMullan, Arch Riddick, 701 West Farriss, High Point 

McNeill, Donald T„ 206 Edgeworth Street, High Point 

Mabry, Dwight Elwood, Rt. 2, Norwood 

Mabry, Jr., James Arvil, Rt. 1, Pulaski, Va. 



Madison, T. G., Thissell Street, High Point 

Martin, Pat, Denton 

Maultsby, Charles Vernon. Norwood Ct. Apt. 22-B, High Point 

Mayo, Leonard Edward, 1506 Minosa Street, Goldsboro 

Mellis, Edith Joyce, 403 Richardson Street. High Point 

Meredith, Allen Loman, 942 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Miller, Madge Claudia. 2334 Edgewood, High Point 

Miller, Sara Dean. Rt. 1. High Point 

Misenheimer, Joe Neal, 708 Auncole Street, Winston-Salem 

Morris, Dewey M., 208 Olive Street, Greensboro 

Murphy, Paul T.. 1404 W. Market Street, Greensboro 

Nail, Nancy Ellen, 31 Clay Road. Trussville, Ala. 

Nash. Paul Gray, 222 Buffalo, Statesville 

Nicks, Rebecca, South Main Street, Graham 

Owens, Richard Hutchins. P. O. Box 154. Jamestown 

Peace, William Darrell, 1011 Terrell Drive, High Point 

Peacock, John R., Jr.. 911 Johnson Street, High Point 

Pierce, Stamey T„ P. O. Box 11, Sophia 

Pcpp, Robert Joseph. Sellersburg, Ind. 

Pctts. Herbert M.. 410 Hodgin Street, High Point 

Pctts, Vestal Junior, Rt. 1. Advance 

Prettyman, Elizabeth, 708 Howell Street, High Point 

Proctor, Sidney Eugene, Jr., 502 W. 5th Street. Lexington 

Pruett, Charles Fred, 205 W. Oakdale, Mount Airy 

Reddeck. Gwen Janet, 2200 Edgewood Avenue, High Point 

Reyes-Varela, Mike Angel, 13 de Septiembre No. 51. Tacubayo. 

Richard, Leon. Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Mexico. D. F. 
Roberson. Frances Lee, Rt. 1. Snow Camp 

Robichaux, George Simmons, 1105 Green way Drive, High Point 
Rogers, June, 916 E. Park Avenue, Charlotte 
Rogers, Percy Marvin, Rt. 5, Box 95, Durham 
Rothrock, Sandra Grey, Box 506, Thomasville 
Srin. Bettie Ann. 2305 E. Green Street, High Point 
Scott, Jimmy Tyson, Salisbury Street, Asheboro 
Sellers, LeRoy, Rt. 4, Box 18, High Point 
Shoaf, Ted Byron, 601 Market Street, Lexington 
Simmons. Betty Carolyn, 1546 Central Drive, Concord 
Small, Edward S.. 1616 College Avenue, Hartsville, S. C. 
Smathers, Vance Alva, 1905 Madison Street, Greensboro 
Smith, Carrie Lucille. Rt. 1, Guilford 
Smith. Ronald C, 614 Crescent Drive. Reidsville 
Spencer, Donald Delano, 312 Green Street, High Point 
Springer, Frank, 109 Fisher Street, High Point 
Stephens, Ray Columbus. 200 Welch Drive, High Point 
Swaim, Paul Douglas. 2615 Waughtown Street, Winston-Salem 
Swiggett, Shirley Ann, Rt. 5, High Point 
Sykes, Harold William, 308 Cherry Grove, Durham 
Slraughn. William Brent, Walkertown 
Snider, Betty Jo. P. O Box 1564. High Point 
Tesh. J. Harry, 8 West Guilford Street, Thomasville 
Thompson. Elaine Dorothy. 806 6th Street, High Point 
Thornton, Gerald Mitchell. 1938 Hinshaw Street, Winston-Salem 
Til'.ey, Mamie Josephine, 1619 North Duke Street, Durham 
Venable. Margaret Marie, Rt. 6. High Point 
Walker, Robert Lee, 123 N. Cherry Street. Winston-Salem 
Wall. Aurilla Hale, Rt. 1, Box 43. Thomasville 
Ward, M. Coleen, 1317 Long Street, High Point 
Wardell. Jo Anne, 313 Barker Street, High Point 
Webb, Carolyn Mae, 311 Whittier Street. High Point 
Wells. Cynthia Ann, 100 East Ridge Drive, Waterbury, Conn. 
Whatley, Clyde Eugene. Rt. 3. Asheboro 
Whitener. Nancy Carolyn, Rt. 1. Box 227, Hickory 
Wiggs, Frank D.. 519 Johnson Street, Smithfield 
Williams. Lacy, Star 

Wilson, Mildred Jewel, 206 June Street, Thomasville 
Wilson, Richard Max, 303 Steele Street, High Point 
Wilson, Robert Buchanan, 603 Colonial Drive, High Point 
Wofford, Betty Lou, Walkertown 
Wright, Jean. Box 57. Star 
Wright, Bill Franklin, 2204 English Street. High Point 



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Alexander, Howard Samuel, 1000 Barbee Street, High Point 

Anderson, Charles Gillian, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Anderson, M. DeLette, Box 123, Climax 

Anderson, Geraldine Inez. 212 Jay Avenue, High Point 

Anderson, William Harvey, 515 Park Avenue, Durham 

Andrews, Marvin Kay, Trinity 

Atkins, Wallace Terrell, 710 Park Street, High Point 

Baker, Ernestine, 3106 South Main Street, High Point 

Baldwin, Wilma Lee, Rt. 1, Box 190, Franklinville 

Barbour, Earl G., Box 342, Carthage 

Bartenfeld, Douglas L.. 522 Worth Avenue. High Point 

Beck. Walter Jack, 1311 Forrest Avenue. High Point 

Beeson, Jo Anne, Rt. 1, Sophia 

Beeson, Notre Marie, Rt. 1. Sophia 

Bell, Charles Arnold. Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

Bell, Libby Henry, Rt. 3, Clinton 

Bell, Ronald Alexander, Children's Home. Winston-Salem 

Bell. Sally Anne, Box 221, Spruce Pine 

Benson, Barbara Ann, Box 24, Woodleaf 

Blake, Barbara Jean, Eagle Springs 

Bcggs. Etta Sue, 604 Venue Drive, Kannapolis 

Bost, William Eugene, 332 Gorrell Street, Greensboro 

Bouldin. Barbara Ann, 2606 Oak View Drive, High Point 

Bowman, Giles Oren. Rt. 5, Winston-Salem 

Brandon, Myrtle Lee, 1946 Hinshaw Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Breckinridge, Beverly June, Denbigh, Va. 

Brown, Russell Thomas, 1104 E. Sprague Street, Winston-Salem 

Burton, Jean Lou, 200 Center Church Road, Leaksville 

Burton, Larry Lee, 210 Wiley Street, Salisbury 

Bevan, Roy Richard, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Carney, Donald James, 17 Cole Street. Pittston. Pa. 

Carroll, Robert David, Box 548, Hillsboro 

Childers, Forrest E., Jr.. Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Chisholm, Franklin Delano, Box 168, Rt. 1, Kannapolis 

Clapp, Hubert Monroe, 1310 >/ 2 N. Main, High Point 

Clifton, Frances Anne, Rt. 1, Cascade, Va. 

Clinard, Hubert Conrad, 115 Miller Street, Thomasville 

Cobb, Beverly Wayne, Rt. 3. Box 36, Kannapolis 

Coltrane, Sarah Elizabeth, 2419 West Polo Road, Winston-Salem 

Combs, Jack Eugene, 3670 Tech Blvd.. Winston-Salem 

Cook, Elon Saunders, Washburn Avenue. Spray 

Cooper, James Douglas. 1218 Delk Drive. High Point 

Courie. Ramona. 605 N. College, Kinston 

Cranford, Patsy Jane, Eldorado 

Craven, Kathryn Lea, Rt. 2, High Point 

Crouse, Margaret Rose. Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Cumby, Betty Aileen, Rt. 5. High Point 

Cox, Mary Frances. Rt. 1, Kernersville 

Cockerham. Roy William, Rt. 1. Lowe Gap 

Cross. Charles Howard. 2210 Hausell Street. High Point 

Darden, Robert Troy, Spring Lake 

Dawkins, Koy Ellis, Rockingham 

DeShazo, Lucille Gail, Mayodan 

Dodson, Anna Delores, Sandy Ridge 

Dumas, James Howard. Box 815. Paris. Tenn. 

Dunn, Edgar Vernon, Pinetops 

Ellerbe, Mary Jean. Box 523, Rockingham 

Embler, David Alton, 404 E. Lexington, High Point 

Farlow, Colon Wayne, 229 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Fink, Phyllis McCree, Rt. 8, Box 280. Concord 

Finley. Donald Calvin. Rt. 2, Shyland Drive. Rockingham 

Fishel, Florence Beatrice, Rt. 1, Lexington 

Floyd, D. Faye, 409 E. Guilford. Thomasville 

Foy, John C. Jr.. 905 Arbordale, High Point 

Francis, David Lee, 904 Elk Spur, Elkin 

Gallimore, Martha Ann, Rt. 1. Guilford 

Gallimore, Meredith Laura, Rt. 3, Asheboro 

Gamble, Mary Sue. Waxhaw 

Gary. Sue Allison, Box 993, Winston-Salem 

Gilliam, Peggie Elizabeth. 403 Muirs Chapel Road, Greensboro 

Graves, James Donald. 419 Academy Street. Randleman 

Grayson, Mabel Steed, 116 Edgeworth Street, High Point 

Groome, Billy Arnold, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Groome, David Kirby. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

Haithcock. Peggy Rose. 413 S. Main Street, High Point 

Hamilton, Sarah Frances. Rt. 1, Wadeville 

Hardesty, William Robert, Shannon 

Harrell, Quita Joy, DeVane. Clinton 

Harrelson. Rilma Maude. Rt. 1. Cherryville 

Harris, David Eugene, Candor 

Hawkins, John Curtis, Cedar Grove 

Hayden. Darrell Lee. Rt. 6. High Point 

Havnes, Donald Williams. Rt. 4. Reidsville 



Haywood. Phil Archibald. 177 S. Spring Street, Concord 

Heavner, Beverly Jane, Rt. 2. Vale 

Helms. Betty Ruth, 205 Cadillac Avenue, Kannapolis 

Hiatt, Geneva Nifong, Rt. 1, Lexington 

Hiatt, Johnny Austin, 501 Randolph, Thomasville 

Hilliard, James Wesley, Rt. 3, Asheboro 

Hine, Charles Lee, 2733 Patterson Avenue. Winston-Salem 

Holt, Morris, 404 N. James Street, Goldsboro 

Hucks. Benny Rex. 506 State Street, High Point 

Hudson, Donald Ray, Poplar Street, Randleman 

Hunter, Jimmy Megruder, Turkey 

Jacobs, Lewis Boyd. Jr., Box 544, Granite Quarry 

Johnson, Patricia Yvonne, 120 S. Cherry Street, Asheboro 

Jones. James Penn. Rt. 2, Box 72. Reidsville 

Jones. Robert Myron, Rt. 2, Trinity 

Jordan, Lee Joe, Jr.. 706 Unity Street. Thomasville 

Jowdy. Alice May. 24 Ninth Avenue, Danbury, Conn. 

Joyner. Carlie Elbert, 207 Kelly Street, High Point 

Kelly, William Charles, 1803, Welborn, High Point 

Kennedy, Nancy Jo, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Kennerly, Jerry Ray, 355 Aycock Street, Concord 

Kerr, Betty Louise, 407 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Langley, Tena Magdalene, Staley 

Lanier, Leon Isaiah. 3106 S. Main Street, Winston-Salem 

Lanier, Sidney Frank, Denton 

Latta, Robert Kenneth, 211 Best Street, High Point 

Lee, Joseph Glass, 820 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Lemons, Jesse Lee, Rt. 1, Stokesdale 

Leonard. Irene Meekins. 2-A Oakwood Ct. Apts., High Point 

Leonhardt. Donald Wallace. Smyre Station, Gastonia 

Lineberger, Patricia Anne, Box 302, Maiden 

Lcftin. Ira Dillon, 907 Franklin Street, Thomasville 

Long, Bruce Everett, Rt. 2, Hillsboro 

Loving, Sandra Paul, 213 Pine Street, High Point 

McCanless, Barbara Wayne, 1426 Welborn Street, High Point 

McCarn. Robert Frank, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

McCaslin, Jack Faye, 408 West Main Street, Maiden 

McCraw, Emma Reitta, 306 West Ray Street, High Point 

McCulloch, David Frank, Jr.. P. O. Box 434, Lexington 

McCurry, Hilda Lorraine, South Rudisill Street, Cherryville 

McDaniel, Ruth Owen, Pinnacle 

McGehee, Minnie Lee, Rt. 7, Lexington 

Marlowe. Joe Dan. 11 Boyles Street, Thomasville 

Marr, Laura Jean, 441 N. Pond Street, Toccoa, Ga. 

Martin, Ronald Eugene, 407 Nathan Hunt Drive, High Point 

Martin, Sara Rebecca, 207 N. 6th Avenue, Mayodan 

Masten, Peggy Hester, 304 Oak Street. Roxboro 

Mendenhall, Forrest Arnold, Rt. 5, High Point 

Meyers, Mary Lou, Lexington Road, Thomasville 

Milbury, Mary Alice, 17 Cecil Street, Dover, Delaware 

Minnis. James Morgan, Rt. 3. Hillsboro 

Money, Bertha Jo Ann, Rt. 3. Thomasville 

Moore, Charles Edward, Jr., 1840 Lexington Road, Asheboro 

Moore, David Odell, 404 South Street. High Point 

Moore, Judy T., 418 Gatewood Avenue, High Point 

Mowery, Phillip Van. 44 Bryden Circle, Fayetteville 

Murray, Betty Sue, Staley 

Murray, Mary Elizabeth, Box 502, Franklin 

Medlin, Bobbie Lee, 2009 English Street. High Point 

Munn, George Alton, Jr., Box 207, West End. 

Nicholson, Barbara Amaryllis, 1137 St. John Street, High Point 

Oakes, Eleanor Louise, Rt. 2. South Boston, Va. 

Grander. Gloria June, 1933 Wake Forest Road, Durham 

Orrell, Bessie Marie, Stokesdale 

Owens. Ronnie Lee. Jefferson Street, Plymouth 

Page, Mary Katherine, Rt. 2, Vass 

Parrish, Van Maurrice. Rt. 5. High Point 

Patterson, William Claude, Rt. 6, High Point. 

Payne, Thomas A., Jr.. Rt. 2, High Point 

Peacock. Sarah Patrick, 711 W. Farriss, High Point 

Pendergrass, Patricia Joan, 209 W. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Petty, John Buford, 906 E. Farriss Avenue, High Point 

Phillips. Charles Thomas, 2812 Bon Air Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Phillips, Dossie Crawford, Jr., Guyer, High Point 

Pope, Martha Ann, Rt. 2, Kernersville 

Powell, Barbara Jean, 2600 English, High Point 

Proctor. Martha Frances. 2013 Wilson, Durham 

Pruitt. Dennis, 601 Fairmont, Greensboro 

Puntch, Donald Ralph, Rt. 3. Box 35-A. Kannapolis 

Quinn. Myrtle Kathryn, Kenansville 

Richardson, Bobby Hilton. Rt. 1, Stokesdale 

Richardson, Jane, Sophia 

Ross. Robert Lawrence, 684 Wilson Street. Waterbury, Conn. 



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Rufty, John Mathias, Box 177, Rt. 1, Kannapolis 

Sadler, Benjamin, Rt. 7, Box 408, Greensboro 

Sadler, Betty Hicks. Rt. 7, Box 408, Greensboro 

Saintsing, E. Bennie, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Sale, Al Dick, Jr., Rt. 4, Winston-Salem 

Scott, Bobby Franklin, 15 Daniel Adkins Street, Spray 

Shelton, Jane Caswell, 511 DeSota Avenue, Kannapolis 

Shepherd, George Edward, 501 Pilot Avenue, Fayetteville 

Shook, Bob William, 1812 Gilbert Street, High Point 

Simpson, William Woodrow, 1101 1st Avenue, Durham 

Smith, Barbara Anne, Archdale 

Smith, Helena, Rt. 5, Box 51, High Point 

Smith, Spencer Richard, P. O. Box 227, Norwood 

Smitherman, Herbert. Alan, 2329 Rosewood Street. Winston-Salem 

Smits, Peter, Rt. 1, Pfafftown 

Snyder, Mary Grace, Pinnacle 

Stanley, Jimmy Alan, Box 172, Rt. 3, Tabor City 

Stepp, Bob, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

Stewart, Johnnie Lee, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem 

Strader, Ralph Grayson, Rt. 3, Reidsville 

Stuart, Mary McNeill, 331 Nathan Hunt Drive, High Point 

Surrett, Patricia Ann, 305 Meadow Street, High Point 

Swanson, Claudette Ann, 213 Cherry Street, Mount Airy 

Thompson, Dorothy Berly, Rt. 1, Box 362, Graham 



Thompson. Rachel Viola, Rt. 2, Mebane 

Tillman. Julia Ann, 510 West Second Street, Cherryville 

Traywick, Millie Jane, 800 Kennedy Street, Charlotte 

Turnage, William H.. 11-A Clara Cox Apartments, High Point 

Valentine, Bobby Joe, 401 Ridgecrest Drive, High Point 

Vaughn, Jimmy, Stokesdale 

Wagoner, David Lee, 1600 E. Green Street, High Point 

Walker, Virginia Anne, 233 Montlieu Avenue. High Point 

Wall. Kenneth R., Club Drive, High Point 

Wall, Knolon, Rt. 1, Box 43, Thomasville 

Ward, Rite Jane. Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Washam, Mickey Franklin. Box 105, Davidson 

Washburn, Vicki Dean, Rt. 2, Madison 

Welborn, Garland R., Randolph Ext., Thomasville 

Wesseler, Paul W., 17 West Main, Cambridge City, Ind. 

White, Patsy, 2505 Ringwood Street, Charlotte 

V/hite, William Rayvon, 807 Olympia Street, Lexington 

Widenhouse, Joe Woodrow, Jr., 181 East Corban, Concord 

Wiles. Ida Lee. Worthville 

Wilkins, Aldine Bryant, 830 E. Church Street, Winston-Salem 

Williams, Harold Lloyd, 1118 Uwharrie Street, Asheboro 

Williams, Larry Eugene, Rt. 2. Box 297, Durham 

Williams. Robert Edward, 405 Woodrow Avenue, High Point 

Williford. Charles Buchanan, 107 Sherman Drive, Fayetteville 



Special Students 



Coltrane, Dorothy Jean, Archdale 

Crowder. Mildred Lee, Ecker Apartment 34, High Point 
Everts, Jack Arthur. Manor Drive. High Point 
George, Barbara Lou, 113 Hillcrest Drive, High Point 
Greene, Ruth Liske, 307 Sunset Drive, High Point 
Hogg, Lois Grier, 80 N. Circle Drive, High Point 
Hulin, John Adison, 1300 Silk Street, High Point 



Miles. Johnny Lester, 608 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 
Miller, Reinhold Earnest, Box 1896, High Point 
Mullinix. Bobbie Tredessa, Rt. 1, Box 95, Troy 
Powell, Robert G„ Jr., 715 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 
Tucker, Ruby Louise, Rt. 2. Box 350. Kernersville 
Whipple, Henry B., 613 Sunset Drive, High Point 
Wooten, Helen Ellington, 1210 N. Main Street, High Point 



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JIMMY MITCHELL, INC. 

VENEERS 
High Point. North Carolina 


DURAMITE Chemical Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers of "Parvinac'' Protective Coatings 

English Street Phone 7142 

High Point, North Carolina 


BURTON UPHOLSTERY COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 
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High Point, North Carolina 


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J. C. PENNEY CO. 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

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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 Posloffice 
Phone 3373 


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High Point, North Carolina 



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High Point, N. C. Phone 48186 



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PHONE 4531 
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Odd Chairs, Sofas, and Sofa Beds 

P. 0. Box 1 164 123 Westchester Dr. 

Phone 5916 High Point, N. C. 



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JAMES MANUFACTURING CO. 

Manufacturers of Living Room Furniture 

Burton St. Exl. Phone 3040 

High Point, North Carolina 



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Hicn Point, North Carolina 



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High Point, North Carolina 



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1706 North Main Street 
Phone 7951 



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High Point, North Carolina 



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Company 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

Hodgin Roofing b Supply Co. 

Complete Roofing Service 

921 W. Lee Street 
Greensboro. North Carolina 


Compliments oj 

EL MORO CIGAR COMPANY 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 


ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

Stores in 
High Point - Thomasville - Asheboro 


S. E. HAUSER, INC. 

Wholesale and Retail 

FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES 

FEED AND SEED 

Phone 2776 118-120 North Wrenn Street 


McGHEE UPHOLSTERY, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF GOOD FURNITURE 

Box 329 Phones 4365-5921 
High Point, North Carolina 


STANLEY'S JEWELERS 

THE DIAMOND AND WATCH STORE 

"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 


Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 2376 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

Wm. F. Freeman Engineers, Inc. 


Cecil's Office Equipment Company 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
304 South Main Street Phone 9929 


Silver Knit Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS FINE HOSIERY 
High Point. North Carolina 


GRAY-ART FLOWER SHOP 

"Let Our Flowers Say It For You" 

East Lexington at North Main 

Phone 7152 


LESTER'S JEWELERS 

Elgin : Hamilton : Gruen : Bulova : Tissot Watches 

Art Carved Diamonds 

144-46 North Main Street 


MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORES 

HIGH POINT, N. C. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 
GREENSBORO. N. C. REIDSVILLE, N. C. 
THOMASVILLE. N. C. BURLINGTON. N. C. 
LEXINGTON. N. G. 



Smith Studio and Camera Shop 

Portrait and Commercial Photographers 

206 N. Main Phone 9758 

G. A. Snow, Owner 


NASH JEWELRY AND LOAN CO. 

"Nash Saves You Cash" 


Compliments oj 

TOBIAS 


Compliments of 

ELWOOD HOTEL 

High Point, North Carolina 
Ken Simons, Mgr. 


Compliments 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

735 N. Main 
PHONE 5613 


W. E. Linthicum and Son 

Ready Mixed Concrete 

HIGH POINT JACKSONVILLE 
PHONES 3243 - 5922 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS 

Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention 

1 12-114 East High Street 

Phone 5011 


Compliments 

McLELLAN'S 
5-10-25c STORE 


Compliments of 

GEO. L. HUNDLEY 

Insurance : Rental? : Property Management 

Sales : Mortgage Loans 

7 Salem Street Thomasville. N. C. 


Life and Casualty Insurance Company 

603 Security Bank Building 
Telephone 3053 


Compliments of 

MORGAN'S FOOD CENTER 

"The Best of Everything" 
1635-37 North Main Si. Phone 6782 


Compliments oj 

PIEDMONT COLOR AND 
CHEMICAL CO. 

High Point. North Carolina 


Compliments oj 

CAROLINA RUBBER CO. 


W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 

Phone 4313 208 E. Washington St. 

QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING : DYEING 
LUGGAGE AND ZIPPER REPAIRING 



Compliments of 

WRITE -RIGHT 

PAPER SCHOOL SUPPLIES 


Compliments of 

DICK CULLER'S, INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 

217 North Main Street 


S. L. CARPENTER 

JEWELER AND GEMOLOGIST 
113 W. Washington 


Compliments 

DIXIE'S SODA SHOP 

fiI3 N. Main 
PHONE 2247 


Compliments of 

LOGAN PORTER 
MIRROR COMPANY 

MASTER MIRRORS 


QUALITY BEAUTY SHOP 

''// Your Hair Is Not Becoming to You — 

You Should Be Coming To Us' 
Phone 4653 


INDUSTRIAL FINANCE COMPANY 

AUTO LOANS : FINANCING : REFINANCING 

323 South Main Street 
Phone 3464 


The Griffith Tailoring Company 

Made to Order Suits for Ladies and Men 

120y 2 South Main Street 
Marvin H. Griffin High Point, N. C. 


KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 

"CROWN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS" 

1203 Tryon Street P. O. Box U2V> 
High Point, North Carolina 


UNION BUS STATION 

Hick Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

BARGAIN FURNITURE STORE 

West End 


HAROLD C. DAVIS 

"Chapel of Flowers" 

Funeral Directors Ambulance Service 

Phone 5049 


Compliments of 

CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 

High Point, North Carolin \ 


Richardson's Department Store 

133-135 South Main Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

P. 0. Box 1903 Telephone 2904 



Compliments of 



0RK1N 



Since ^^ 1901 
""World's Largest Pest Control Company" 



EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

QUALITY MERCHANDISE 
AT LOWER PRICES 



Compliments of 



J. W. SECHREST & SON, Inc. 



Serving This Community Since 1H9i 



High Point, North Carolina 



RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"Prescriptions a Specialty'' 

122 N. Main Slreel Phone 3333 

COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME 



BURNEY'S GARAGE 

WE SPECIALIZE IN CHRYSLER PRODUCTS 

213 College Street 
Phone 7192 



EDGAR SNIDER Printing 



GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

Wrenn at Howell Street 
Edgar Snider '36 



QUALITY DRY CLEANING CO. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

1315 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



Sportswear FormaJs to Rent 

SHACKELFORDS 

140 N. Main Street 
Freeman Shoes Custom Tailoring 



Whitlarks , Flowers and Gifts 

"Say It With Flowers and Say It With Ours'' 

206 West Howell Street : Phone 3694 
Azlee Smith. Proprietor 



Compliments 



CHARLES STORES CO. 



PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 S. Hamilton 




Congratulations, 

GRADUATES! 

You are graduating into the freest economy 
on earth . . . the only one left where you can 
pick your own job and work out your own 
ideas about making it more productive ond 
more profitable. Your diploma is a challenge 
to understand Our Way ... to 

Keep It Free and Make It Better 

DUKE POWER COMPANY 



PAUL SMITH STUDIOS 

"Be Sure It's Paul The Old Original" 
Home Studio Uptown Studio 

1242 S. Main St. High Point 108 N. Main St. 
Phone 5639 N. C. Phone 6433 



IDOL-GREEN CO. 



Real Estate Sales Property Management 

Insurance Mortgage Loans 
115 W. Washington Street Phone 5069 



STAMPAGRAPH COMPANY 

Incorporated 1919 
79 Alexander Ave. Bronx 54, N. Y. 



Compliments of 



PENROD, JURDEN, & CLARK CO. 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 

RAWLINGS. VOIT & WILSON 
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 

119 N. Greene Street 

Telephone 2-0912 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 

214 North Main Street High Point, N. C. 

SPORTING GOODS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
AND FARM EQUIPMENT 



Compliments oj 

HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 



The Printed Word 
Makes Education Possible 

BETTER PRINTING PAYS" 



PRINTING 




COM PANY 



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Compliments of 



HIGH POINT PAPER BOX CO. 



PROSPECT ESSO SERVICE 

412 Prospect Street Phone 5915 

"Service With a Smile" 



Compliments of 

ARTISTIC FLOOR COVERING, INC. 

For the Art in Floor Covering 



GILL'S LADIES SHOP 



"The Style Center of High Point" 




HIGH POINT'S 

OLDEST AND 

LEADING TAILORS 

New Amos Bklg. 
HI W. Washington St. 




Corner Ward and English Street 

Boone Coal and Fuel Company 

Coal, Fuel Oil, and Kerosene 

"Mac" Burlesm. Mgr. 



Phone {5000 



Night 77185 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 



CAR WORKS, INC. 



Designers and 
Manufacturers 



High Point, North Carolina 



ROSAINE 



Exclusive Bui Not Expensive 



JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

Established 1902 

106 North Wrenn Street 
High Point. North Carolina 



ALMAN-BASS FURNITURE CO., INC. 

1545 English St. High Point, N. C 

FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 



BROOK'S, INC. 

(Successor to Jeff's) 

204 N. Main Phone 8964 

High Point, North Carolina 



SAMUEL HYMAN 



JEWELER 



GIFT SHOP 



Compliments 

F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

115 South Main Street 




Heritage 
Henredon 



mIimM^ 



Custom Quality at Practical Prices 

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



KEARN'S ESSO SERVICE 

1321 North Main Street 
Phone 6983 

"Service Our Business" 


YOU WILL ENJOY 

Schraft's Candies Hav-a-Tampa Cigars 

Distributed by 

BENNETT-LEWALLEN COMPANY 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 


ROSE RADIO SALES & SERVICE 

MOTOROLA RADIO and TELEVISION 

JOHNSON'S OUTBOARD MOTORS 

Phone 9832 

483 North Wrenn High Point, N. C. 


SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 

Dial 3393 
210-212 Pine Street 


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 


HARRY SOUTHERLAND, TAILOR 

601-2 O'Hanlon Building 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 


Compliments 

MYRTIE'S SHOP 

112 South Main Street 
Phone 3746 


Compliments of 

BELK-BECK 

H1CH POINT'S LARGEST LEADING 
DEPARTMENT STORE 


JB§~^ Graduate to Greater Food 
Wj||f§ Savings at Your Friendly 

^ZB COLONIAL STORES 



THE ROBBINS KNITTING 
COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

HOSIERY 

SPRUCE PINE, NORTH CAROLINA 
C. C. Robbing, Jr. '30 F. H. Robbins '32 


Compliments 
S. R. BROOKSHIRE 

ENGINEERING 

SALES 
COMPANY 

123-125 W. 29th Street 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

MATERIAL HANDLING 
EQUIPMENT 


Compliments 

S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 
5-10-25c Store 


Dairy Products of High Point Quality 

LINDALE DAIRY 
CORPORATION 

"/t is our pleasure to serve you" 

Lexington Avenue 


Compliments of 

TAR HEEL RESTAURANT 

High Point, North Carolina 



COLONIAL MOTOR 
FREIGHT LINES, INC. 

TERMINALS 

Home Office 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Phone 3481 

• 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Phone 3-5030 

• 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Phone Mulberry 1250 



HOME SERVICE STORES 

305 W. Green Phone 3715 

"Home Service For Home People" 



Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted 

THE SAME DAY 

DR. MAX RONES, OPTOMETRIST 

No Appointment Necessary 

Office Hours 9:00-5:00 P.M. 

201 N. Main Street 



Special 

Dietetic Foods 

AT 

Younts Grocery 

790 N. MAIN ST. 



Compliments of 

INGRAMS PHARMACY 

PHONE 3313 



QUALITY SHOE STORE 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 
"A Fit For Every Foot" 



The good will of men, women, and children who contact this or- 
ganization 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 & Denton Railroad Company 

"NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL" 



Koonce Funeral Home 



High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

GALLIMORE CONSTRUCTION CO. 



PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



SAVE 

By Placing Your 

INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 

With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Street 



REED SUPPLY CO. 

"Everything for the Builder 1 " 

Phone 7271 : High Point 
Phone 858 : Thoraasville 



PAUL KENNEDY 

Route 1 : Thomasville 
Phone High Point 78376 - 77960 
Farm and Home Supplies 



WHITE REALTY COMPANY 

APPRAISALS - LOANS - SALES 
Properly Management - Insurance 



Compliments of 



PEGGY ANNE 




Compliments of 



JONES and PEACOCK, INC. 



High Point Savings & Trust Company 



Conservative Banking, Since 1905 



Member of F.D.I.C. 



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Butter 

Sandwiches 







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Peanuts 

Candy 

Potato Chips 



RUBY'S 

High Point's Largest Credit Jewelry 
159 South Main Street 



Compliments 

KIDDIE TOT HOSIERY MILL 


Compliments of 

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 


Compliments of 

THE BLOSSOM SHOP 

Across the Street from the College 


ADAM-MILLIS 

CORPORATION 

• 

Manufacturer 

SEAMLESS AND 
FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 


R. D. FOWLER MOTOR LINES, INC. 

SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY 
P. 0. Box 1128 High Point, N. C. 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING PLANT 

High Point, North Carolina 


WHITE HOUSE BARBECUE 

"Curb Service — Open Until 12" 

PIT-COOKED BAR-B-Q 

and 

HOME COOKED MEALS 


AUTDGRAPHS 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



for the 



1953 ZENITH 



GaloHHa Studtol, 9nc. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
"ON LOCATION" 



114 Park Row : New York 7 : New York 



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