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Published Annually by the 
Student Body of High Point College 



Joan Crowder, Editor-in-Chief 

Louie Eargle, Associate Editor 

Mary Jean Newell, Business Manager 

Sammy Kasias, Associate Business Manager 

Miss E. Vera Idol, Faculty Advisor 



ML SIHE HUM/ME [Nothing Without divine Guidance 



DEDICATION 

With sincere appreciation and deepest gratitude, we, 
the staff, dedicate the 1954 Zenith to Mrs. Alice Paige 
White, who has been a member of our college faculty 
since its beginning. 

You have been more than a teacher, Mrs. White. 
You have taught us not only from textbooks but by 
precept and example. Your Christian character has 
influenced the students of High Point College to aspire 
to higher walks of life and greater service. You have 
been quoted as saying, "I don't get tired when I teach; 
rather I feel inspired." You have made us feel inspired 
too, Mrs. White. 

And so for your personal interest in the students and 
for your patience and untiring spirit as a true friend 
and beloved teacher, we dedicate this annual to you. 



CONTENTS 



I. ADMINISTRATION 



II. CLASSES 



III. ACTIVITIES 



IV. SPORTS 



V. TEAT ORES 



VI. FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 




AVMIHISTRATIOH 



THE PRESIDENT 




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

!)[ Dennis Cooke, who lias been most energetic in leading High Puini College to greater achieve- 
t. 
IK has won the admiration of the student body b\ his personal interest in each student. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

OFFICERS 

Mi. L. F. Ross, Chairman, Asheboro, North Carolina; Mi. F. Logan Purler. Vtie-C.hmrman, His>h 
Point; l)r C. L. Gray, Secretary-! ikisuih. Hii>h Point; Mr. H. A. Millis, Chairman Emeritus, High Point. 

CLASS OF 1953 

Mr C. L. Amos, High Point; Mr ll;m\ H. Finch, Thomasville; Mr. Joshua Home, Rocky Mount; 
Mr. A J. Koonce, High Point; Mr. 1 Logan Porter, High Point; Mrs. Katie MacAulav Rankin. 
Mount (ul.-ad; l)r J D, Williams, Hi^h Point: Mr. Holt McPherson, High Point. 

CLASS OF l'J54 

Rev. J. Clyde Auman, Winston-Salem; Mr. Horace S. Haworth, High Point: Mr. Vernon Hodgin, 
Greensboro; Dr. ('• K,i\ Jordan, Atlanta; Mr. G. H. Keains. His;li Point: Mr. H. A. Millis. High 
Point; Mr E, \\ feague, Greensboro. 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Cl.ll-K >Rt) l< H1NSHAW 
Dean oj Instruction and Director «/ 

Summit Si hunt 

AH Guilford College; A.M. Uni- 
versity of North Carolina; A.M. 
Columbia University; Litt.D. 
Western Maryland College. 

I H< >H,\K'I' ALLRED 

Dean oj Students 

A.B. University of North ( \um- 
lina; M.A. University of North 
Carolina. 



N. P. VARBOROUGH 
Registrar 

A.B. Wofford College; A.M. Uni- 

\ crsitv of South t Carolina. 

MRS BETTY S. PERRY 
Counsellor for Women 



ARTHUR V, WILLIAMS 
Bursa} 
B.S. High Point College 

ARTHUR G. PASCHAL 

Counsellor foi Men 

B.S. Northeastern Oklahoma 
State College: M.S. Oklahoma 
A. & M 




Katherine Anderson, Nurse, Knoxvillc General Hospital: Eugene J. Coltrane, Financial Representative, A.B. 
Guilford Collcgr, A.M. Columbia University. Eel. I) His>h Puint Lollcyr: Lranres ( javnor. Bookkeeper : \V H, 
Guver. Foreman of Buildings and (''rounds; Mrs. \V. < '<. Holt, Dietitian; Lois Livingston, Assistant Dietitian. B.S. Uni- 
versity of Arkansas. MA. Pea body College for Teachers. 






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FACULTY AND STAFF 




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Ff>j/ rote, /'/' to right: Louise Adams, Mathematics and Aimmn i\,,nir,r Smitmx. A.B. Uiuli Point Cullcue, 
A.M. University of North Carolina; Addison Baker, English. R.\ lligb Point College, M.A. University 
of North Carolina: Helen R. Barti.ETT, History, A. IV Western Maryland College, A.M. George Wash- 
ington University, Ph.D. University of Maryland; An>.\ T. Berry, Business, A.B. Winthrop College, 
A.M. New York I'niversitv ; ( i ahu r; Bhwman, Religion, A.B. and A.M. Duke University. 

Second row: C. E. Branscome, Mathematics, A.B. William and Mary, M.A. Peabody College; Marcella 
Carter, Librarian, A.B. Fresno State College, B.S. Peabody College; Herman E. Coble, Education, A.B. 
High Point Collier. A.M. L" n i\ ' r .sit v of Xoilh ( iamlina: Mauiiari-.i Ohu.ns. ff„w< !, tummies, B.S. 
Peabody College, M.S. Teachers C3llege of Columbia University; Richard Cix, Mit.sic, A.B. and M.A. 
University of North Carolina, Diploma, Conservatoire National de Musique, P;iris, France. 

Third r»n-: Edmi'mi (). CrxntiNtiS, Chemistry, B.S. University of Xorili Carolina, Ph.D. Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; Anne 11. Dale, Business, A.B. Brcnau College; Richard S, Dale, Business, B.S. 
Cornell University, A.M. University of Bulfalo: Xti-art C. Dkskixs, Social Seicm is. A.B. Elon College, 
A.M. ami Ph.D. t 'nivcrsin of Xorih ( la mlina : J \\i: DiSi'\i\. Dramatics and Speech. M.A. University of 
Michigan. 

Fourth tow: Mary H. Fearing, Superviser; Ernestine Fields, Mush. B.Mus, American Conservatory of 
Music, B.S. Ft. Hayes Stan- College, M. Music I'nivnsin of Michigan; John A. Hager, Modern Languages. 
B.A. University of Wisconsin, M.A. University of Minnesota, Docteur del' Universite De Paris: Ben- 
jamin H. Hill, limlogy. A.B. and M.S. Texas Christian University, Ph.D. University of Illinois. 

Not pictured: Madie VVard Barrett, Modern Language;. A.B. Alabama College, A.M. and Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 



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FACULTY AND STAff 




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First row, left to right: Ci a 'R<;k 11. I li haul Humiuw Administration, A.B. University of Michigan AM 
and Ph.D. University oi North Carolina; E. Vera Idol, English, A.B. Greensboro College, B.S. Teachers 
College of t !u!ujjil>i;i I 'nivrrsiiy, A.M. Columbia University; Lew J. Lewis, Music, Diploma [thai i 
Conservatory of Music, Sch.Mus.B, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, M.A. Ohio State Universitv Ed D 
Stanford University; William K. Locke, Religion and Philosophy, A.B. Wcsleyan L'niversity, S.T.B. and 
Ph.D. Boston University; Lincoln Lorenz, English, A.B. and A.M. Harvard, Ph.D. Stanford. 



turn/ row: James W. Moffitt, History and Education, Th.G. Southern Baptist Theological Seminan 
B. and B.S. Easl Tennessee State Teachers College, Ph.D. University of Oklahoma: Abe I'm mer, Histoi r 
<l 1'hyskal Education, .A.B. Southwestern College, M.A. Peabod\ College; Edna Paschal, Recreational 
"rector; [na Patrick, Assistant Librarian, A.B. i I i ^ li Point College, A.B. William and Mar\ : Ki.wi.m \v 
;rkins, Assistant Professor of Science, B.A. Berca College, M.S. and Ph.D. Purdue Universitv. 

Third row: C. Excelle Rozelle, Religion, A.B. Duke University, B.D. Emory, D.D. High Poini College; 
Mona Saunders, Secretary to Registrar; Doris Sinclair, Secretary to President; Rita Smith, Physical Edu- 
cation, B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College, M.S. University of California; Ri-.u i i \ Snyder, Secretary 
to Bursar. 

Fourth row: Rrur A. Stkei man. Education, A.B. Lenoir Rhyne College, A.M. Duke University; Grady H. 
Whicker, Field Representative, A.B. High Point College; Ci.ara L. Whitaker, Matron „j \V„muii\ !!,dl': 
Alice Paice White, English, A.B. Boston University, A.M. Teachers College of Columbia Universitv'; 
Arthur S. Withers, English, A.B. Emory and Henry, A.M. Vanderbilt University; Vircii Vow, Head 
Coach and Physical Education, B.S. High Point College, M.S. University of North Carolina. 



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FACULTY AND THEIR LIGHTER MOMENTS 




1 . Rock} Lam and his fans, 

• ■ | was id.- ni.-lir hi- lore Christmas. 



V u We don't need a new gym!" 
4. ■'One, two, three, pla) ." 

;: '- Mi V\ L>. 1 1 1 1,, w.it>i.n' 



6. Honorary Professors 

7, Cleaning up 




CLASSES 



SENIORS 



As we reminisce over four years at High Pnim College, we realize these years have been 
ones which wc lived in the fullcsl exteni and whi< h we shall always hold near to our hearts. 

Long shall wc cherish the memories of lasting friendships, experiences we shared through 
struggles on exams, gala times at seasonal dances, and inspiration so often received from the 
many religious activities. 

Graduation from college is now upon us. Commencement becomes a beginning, not an end. 



OI'I'IC 'KRS: Larry Poteat, Student Guvrrmitait Re/nr^nitolifr: Sam Kasias. President: Joan Crowder, 
Secretary; Carroll Rabon, Treasurer; Louie Earsrle, Vice-President. 



Poteat 



Kasias 



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WHO'S WHO 




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Reading Clockwise: 



BETTY LOU ROSE . . . Religion . . . Order of the Lighted 
Lamp . . . Tower Players . . . Modern Dance. 

AUDREY NT I" ITS . . . Business . . . Dormitory Council 

. . . Marshal . . . Order of the Lighted Lamp. 

L. C '-. ELLIS . . . Business . . . Student Government President 
. . . Must Popular . . . Marshal. 

JOAN CROWDER . . . Religion . . . Zenith Editor . . . 
Order oj the Lighted Lamp , . . May Queen. 

H. C. HUDGINS . . . Social -Studies . . . Chief Marshal 
. . . Most Intellectual . . . History Department Assistant. 

DON BRIDGER . . . English . . . .Student Pastor . . . 
Kappa Chi. 

MARY JEAN NEWELL . . . Business . . . Business 
Manager of Zenith , . . HI-PO Staff. 

LOUIE EARGLE . . . Music . . . Associate Zknitei Editor 
. . . Wittiest . . . HI-PO Staff. 

JAMES QUEEN . . . Business . . . Dean's List . . . F.T.A. 

BENNIE ROBBINS . . . Business . . . President of F.T.A. 

and I.R.C. . . . Day Student Council. 

FR ANCE S R O B E R S () N . . . Religion a nd Tug lis h . . . 

Marshal . . . Assistant to Dean of Instruction . . . M.S.F. 

SAMMY KAN I AN . . . English . . . Senior Class President 
. . . Must Likely to Succeed . . . Marshal. 





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PAUL ALLEN ALBERTSON, JR. 

High Point, North Carolina 

fi.S. Busings Administration 

Spanish Club 1; High Point College 
Chamber oi Commerce 2, 3, Executive 
( lommittee 3. 



JOHNMF, P. ALLGOOD, JR. 
Winston-Salem. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
International Relations Club 1, 2; Span- 
ish Cluli 1: Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



CLYDE BENJAMIN ANDERSON 

High Point. North Carolina 

B.S. Chemistry 

Eta Mu Eta 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student 



Union 2. 



G FORCE K. .UMAX 

Ashcboro, North Carolina 

A.B. Religion 

Miinsieii,il Association 1. 2: Kappa Chi 
3, 4; Dramatics 2. 



THOMAS J. BEAVER 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Social 
Chairman 4; High Point College Chamber 
of Commerce 4: Band 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 
2, 3, 4; University of North Carolina 1. 



HERMAN C. BECK 

IliL'li Pc lint. North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 



JAMES CLIFTON BERRIER 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

U.S. Business Administration 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY PURVIS BLAIR 
Archdale, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Methodist Student Fellowship 4: Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; Dramatics 4; 
W.C.U.N.C. 1, Dormitory Social Chair- 
man, Cornelian Society, Home Economics 
Club, Wesley Foundation. Recreation 
Association. 



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BILL BOOKER 
Mount Airy, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Tail Kappa Fpsilon Fraternity, Secretary 
4; High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 2, 3, 4: Football 1; Track 1; Let's 
MeRae [uni >r College 1. 



KENT BRENDLE 
Roonville, North ( l.irolina 
A.B. Sot ial Studies 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fralei nitv ; Student 
Government, Vice-Presideni 3; Dormi- 
tory Council, President 3; Dean's Lis! ; 
Future Teachers of America. 



PATTIE LEE GUNTER BRENDLE 

Boonvillr, North Carolina 

A.B. Primary Education 

Phi Mu Sorority: Future Teachers of 
America: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PEGGY BREWER 
Peachland, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Theta Phi Sorority, President 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 
4; Future Teachers of America 4: Band 1 ; 
Spanish ( :iuh 1 . 



DONALD G. BRIDGLR 

Thniii.i-\ ilk. \nrlh I .n ill in. i 

A.B. English 

Who's Who Among Students in American 

I 'nicer si ties and Colleges; Kappa Chi 3, 4. 



EARNEST LLNDLEY BROOME 

High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Chemistry 
Eta Mu Eta 2, 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 
3, Associate Secretary 4; La Tertulia 1, 2: 
Student Affiliate of the American Chem- 
ical Society 3, 4, 



FRANK YOUNG BROOME 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 3, 4, Co-editor of State F.B.L.A. 
Paper 4; Zenith Business Staff 3; Men's 
Chorus 3: Dean's List 1, 2, 4. 



BILL BROWDER 
Germanton, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies and English 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Pfeiffer 

Junior College 1,2. 




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HAROLD \IA IX BR< >\\ \ 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Biology 
luluic Teachers (if America 4; Inter- 
national Relations C !lub 4. 

BAIRD LEE BUCHANAN 

tlit;h Point, North Carolina 

A.B. Sat ml Science 

MARY ANN HI LLOCk 
Kannapolis, North Carolina 

J./) 1 . Primary Eiliti uliim 

Alpha Delta Theta 3, 4; Methodist 
Student Fellowship 4; Future Teachers of 
Anirrici 4; (ircciishoro College 1, 2, 
Emerson Society 1, 2: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; 
]{v<\ Cross Clul) 1; Chemistry Club 1, 2: 
French Club 1, 2: Reporter 1: Religious 
Education Club 1, 2; The Collegian 1. 

ANNIE BURR IS 

Albemarle, North Carolina 

AH. Elementary Ed mat ion 

Women's Athletic Association 1: Future 

Teachers of America 3, 4; Baptist Student 

I 'niun 3, 4: Choir 2. 

KENNETH GROCE CAMPBELL 

Yadkinville, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

( :AR()I.!J; CAUDLE 
Pear hi and. North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Class Secretary -Tie a surer 2; Alpha Delta 
Theta 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 
3; Methodist Student Fellowship 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Pfeiffer Junior College 
1, 2; United Christian Organization 2: 
P.B.M.C. 2. 

TOM CHARPING 
Hisdi Point, North Carolina 
B. S. Business Administration, Mathematics 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity 1. 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Baptist 
Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; International 
Relations Club 3, 4; Dean's last 3: La 
Tertulia; Intramural Sports; High Point 
College Chamber of Commerce 4, 

ELIZABETH ANNE CLAPP 

(ireensboro, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Summer 
School Marshal 3; Alpha Delta Theta 4; 



Women's Athletic Associatio 



Meth- 



odist Student Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Zenith 
Editorial Staff 3, Picture Editor 4; Choir 
2. 3, 4; Hall Proctor 2; Brevard College 
1; Mnemosynean Literary Society 1; 
Christian Fellowship Clul) 1; Bettv Lamp 
Club 1; Hall Proctor 1; International 
Relations Club 1; Choir 1; Women's 
Athletic Association 1 . 



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MERLE CLONINGER 
Paw Creek, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Theta Phi Sorority, Secretary 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 2; Women's Athletic As- 
sociation 2; P.T. A. 4: M.S.F. 2; Senior 
Superlative "Wittiest"; Spanish Chili 1. 

HOWARD LUTHER COLEMAN 
Concord, North Carolina 
A.B. English, Music 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 2, Secretary 3, President 4; 
Kappa Chi 2, 3; M.S.F. 2, 3; Zenith 
Staff 4; Hi-Po Staff 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4, 
Business Manager 4; Choir 2, 3, 4, Busi- 
ness Manager 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4, 
Business Manager 3; College Quartet 
2, 3, 4; Mitchell Junior College 1. 

VIRGINIA M. GRAVEN 

Franklinville, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Women's 

4; 



Athletic Association I, 2; M.S.F, 
F.T.A. ; Pfeiffer Junior College Choir 



JOAN CROWDER 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Theta Phi Sorority, Treasurer 2, Presi- 
dent 3; Student Government Secretary- 
Treasurer 2; Class Secretary 1. 1: Order 
of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4: Marshal 3; 
Who's Who Among Student': in American 
Universities and Colleges; Alpha Delta Theta 
3, 4; M.S.F. 4; Zenith. Editor 4: //<-/'„, 
Business Manager 3; Senior Superlative 
"Best-All-Round"; May Queen 4. 

MAX DAMS 

YadkinviOe, North Carolina 

B.S, Business Administration 

MARTHA SHIRLEY DAVIS 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Musk 
F.T.A. 4; B.S.U. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 

2, President 3, Music Director 4; Christian 
Student Council 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Mars 
Hill College 1; Music Education National 
Conference 2: Nun Pareil Society 1; Order 

of the Lighted Lain];. 

HELEN DICKINSON 
L'lah, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Secretary 
4; Alpha Delta Theta 4;' Methodist 
Student Fellowship 4; F.T.A. 3; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; Zenith Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Meredith College 1. 

MARTHA JEAN DINON 

Hendersonviile, North Carolina 

A.B. Religion, Primary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 3, 4; M.S.F. 3, 4; Choir 

3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Dramatics 4; 
VV.A.A. 3; Greensboro College 1; Brevard 
College 2. 




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MAX WADE DULIN 

Spray, North Carolina 

A.B. History 

Red Cross Club 3; M.S.F. I, 2, 3, A; 
Choir I, 4; La 'Eerlulia 1; University of 
North Carolina 3; Tower Plavers 1; 
Fencing 3; Golf 3; Men's Glee Club 
1,4; Dormitory Display 3; Photo Dark- 
Rdiini Club 3; Order of (he Lighted 



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LOUIE EARGLE 
Waxhaw, North Carolina 
U.S. Music 
Sigma I 'hi Epsilon Fraternity, Secretary 
I; Class Vice-President 4; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges; Associate 
Editor of Zenith; Music Editor of Ili-I'o 
3, 4; Band 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Senior Superlative "Wittiest"; 
Tower Players 3; Minnie P. Harrell 
Award lor I'i.mo 2: Spanish Club 1, 2; 
Dean's Lisi 1, 2, 3. 

MELBA ELLER 

Millers Creek, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Modern Priscilla 3; Alpha Delta Theta 



3, 4: M.S.F. 3, 4: F.T 
Brevard College 1. 2. 



A. 4; Choir 4; 



L. C. ELLIS 
Mocksville, North Carolina 
/)'..S'. Business Administration 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Secretary 
3; Marshal 3: Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges; Senior 
Superlative "Most Popular"; Baseball; 
Dean's Lisi 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 
3; La Tertulia; President of Student 
( Joveroment 4. 

MARGARET MAR IF ESS A 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
I heta Phi Sorority, Treasurer 4: W.A.A. 
1. 2, 4; F.T.A. 4;Hi-Po Exchange Editor 
3; Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary; Senior Super- 
lative "Friendliest"; Tower Players 4; 
Dance Committee 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Majorette 1,2, 

THERON DUANE FARLOW 
Sophia, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Future Teachers of America. 

LOLA ELLEN FAULKNER 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion, Musk 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Dormitory 
Council, Secretary 4; Alpha Delta Theta 
1; M.S.F. 4; Christian Student Council 
I, Music Chairman; Choir 1, 2, 4; Bre- 
vard College 1, 2; Greensboro College 
3; Emerson Society 3; Vice-President 
Religious Education Club 3. 

JOE RAYMOND FAULKNER 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 

A.B. English 



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GENE WILSON FERGUSON 
Madison, North Carolina 
B.S. Buiiness Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. 

BLANCHE MARIE FOGLEMAN 

Pittsboro, North Carolina 

B.S. General Science 

Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Future 

Teachers of America 4; Louisburg College 

1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity 2; 
Eta Mu Eta 3: Dean's List. 

RUDY FRAZIER 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
N.D.M. Club, Vice- ['resident 4; Eta Mu 
Eta 1,2; Hi-Po News Stall 3, 4; Senior 
Superlative "Best Looking"; Tennis 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Football; Dean's List; 
N.S.C. Tennis Doubles Champion 3; 

block II Uuh |, 2. i; [mraT'iMKTnily 
Council; President 4. 

WT.slTY WHEELER GAYNOR 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha 1'iatei iut\ : High 
Point College Chamber of Commerce 
3, 4, Vice-President 4: Dean's List 1. 

JAMLS Tilt (MAS MALL 

Lumberton, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

T.iu kappa Kpsilun fVairmitv: Louishurg 
College 1, 2: Pledge Trainer of the Tau 

kappa I .psilon ( 4i.i[iii-r 

TRAMS II.AV HANTS 

Clemmons, North Carolina 

B.S. Business A dm ini.it ratio n 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; High 

Point Collier Chaniber of Commerce 

2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

FREDERICK GRIER HASTY 
Cameron, North Carolina 
U.S. (if tier <il Silence 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Vice- 
President 3; Historian, Social Chairman 
4; Intra- Fraternity Council 4; Eta Mu 
Eta 1, 2, 3. 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Men's Chorus 2, 3; Dance Committee 
4; Track 2; Spanish Club 1, 4. 

jOHNNIL i; HAWKINS 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
A.B. English, Religion 
Summer School Chief Marshal 3; Min- 
isterial Association 1 ; Kappa ( :hi 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, President 4; M.S.F, 

3, 4; Methodist Representative to H.S.I'. 
4; Christian Student Council 4; Assistant 
Business Manager of lli-l'u 3, Business 
Manager 4; Choir 2, 3; Men's Chorus; 
Order" of the Lighted Lamp. 




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BETTY EUGENE HAYWORTH 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. Religious Education, English 

Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Alpha Delta 

Theta 3, 4; International Relations Club 

3, 4; Choir 4: Tower Players 3; Dean's 

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CORA MAXINE HAYWORTH 
High Point, Norih Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 
Epsilon Sigma Omicron Sorority; Modern 
Priscilla 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 
1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Publicity Director 
2: ( ;hoir 1. 



LEICHTON K. HILTON 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Future Teachers ol America 4. 

HERBERT C. Hl'DGINS, JR. 
Hobbsville, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Chief Marshal 3; Who's Who Among 
Students in American I 'nicer sides and Colleges; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Methodist Student Fellowship 
2, 3, 4, President 4; Christian Student 
Council 4; Senior Superlative "Most 
Intellectual": Dean's List 1, 2. 3; History 
Department Assistant 4; President, Col- 
lege Sunday School Class, First Methodist 
Church 3; Order of the Lighted Lamp. 

HERBERT WADDELL INGRAM 

Wadesboro, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Future Teachers of America 3; Methodist 

Student Fellowship 2: Choir 4 

DWIGHT MONROE JESTER 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B Education, Psychology 
Baptist Student L'nion 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Committee 3; Intramural Football, Bas- 
ketball, Softball. 



NANCY DAVIS JOHNSON 
t iieensboru, North Carolina 
A.B. Pi i man Ed mutant 
Future Teachers of America 4; Choir 4; 

Phi Mu Surorin . 

ROBERT B L A NTO N JONES 

Clayton, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

International Relations Club 2; Choir 

I, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 4; 

Louisburg College 1 ; Men's Chorus 3. 



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SAM GEORGE KASIAS 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Class President 4; Marshal 3; \l'/i f ,'.\ U'/,i, 
Among Student* in American I'nivrrsiiirs and 
Colleges; Future Teachers of America 3,4, 
First Vice-President 4; Baplisi Studeni 
Union 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 3, 4; 
Zenith Staff' 3, 4, Assistant Business Man- 
ager 4; Senior Superlative "Most Likelv 



to Succeed"; Dean's Fist I, 2, 

of tin- I joined Lamp. 



3; Order 



LYNN GRFY KING 
Dublin, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Louisburg 
College I, 2; Baseball I, 2, 4; Intra- 
Fraternity Council; Monogram Club I, 2; 
Chaplain of Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

WALT K.REWSON 

Ashcboro, Norlh Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity, SecretaiA 4: 
Banc! I, 2; Dean's Lisl; Intramural Spoils, 

NANCY RIDCK KIRBY 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Executive 
Committee 4: Hi^h Point College Cham- 
ber of Commerce 3, 4, Secretary 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 4; Women's Athletic Associ- 
ation 1, 2: Future Teachers of America 
3, 4; Zenith Editorial Staff 3, 4, Copy 
Co-editor 4; Choir 2: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
[.., I,-, ml,., 1. 2 

BETTY JANE LEATHERMAN 
Vale, North ( larolina 
A.li. English, , Social St udies 
Red Cross Club 1, 2; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 3; Future Teachers of America 
3; Hi-Pu Staff 1, Secretary 2, 3: Tower 
Players 3: News Bureau Assistanl 1. 2, 3; 
La Tertulia 1 . 

VERNON W. LISK 

Mtmni I iili-ad, Ndi ili Cai i jIiii.i 
B.S. Physical Edm at io n 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; Class 
Treasurer 2; Future Teachers of America; 
Senior Superlative "Most Athletic"; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intra-Fraternity Council. 

W. ELMUND LOWE 
High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha l'iaieniit\. Social Chair- 
man 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 

CHARLES DONALD LOWER Y 
Avondale, North Carolina 
B.S. General Science 
Eta Mu Eta 3, 4; Baptist Stucleni Union 
3, 4; Band 3, 4; Dean's Lisl 3; Mental 
Hygiene Society 2; Gardner Webb College 
1,2. 




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MARTHA JOANN LUCK 

Seagrove, North Carolina 

A.li. Elementary Education 

Lambda Al|)h;i Phi Sorority; Alpha Delta 

Theta 4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; 

Spanish Club I . 

THOMAS F. McGHEE 

High Point, North Carolina 

li.S Psysical Education 

N.D.M. Club; Football; Block H Club. 

DONALD T. McNEILL 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Chemistry 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternitv, Secretary 
4; Day Student Representative to Student 
Govern men l 4; Day Student President 
4; Eta Mu Eta 1, 2,' 3, 4, President 3. 

T. G. MADISON, JR. 
High Point, North Carolina 
U.S. Physical Education 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Treasurer 
2. President 3; Student Government 
Vice-President 3; Class Vice-President 1, 
2: Chief Marshal 3. 



KENNY WORTH MARTIN 

Lavvsonville, North Carolina 

B.S. Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternitv; Eta Mu 

Eta 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CATHERINE MAYHEW 
Chcrryville, North Carolina 
B.S. I'/tr steal Education 
Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4; Band 2. 3. 4; 
Greensboro College 1; Emerson Society; 
Y.W.O.A. 1; Religious Education Club 
1; Mathematics (Hub 1. 

ALLEN L. MEREDITH 

High Point, North Carolina 
M.S. Business Administration 
High Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 4. 

NORMA JUNE M ERR ITT 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

A.B. Religious Education 

Methodist Student Fellowship, Repre- 
sentative Morning Devotions; Choir 4; 
Brevard College 1, 2; Christian Fellow- 

<hi] i ( :|ub: Wsper-i Chairman 1 . I'rvsideiil 

2: Director of Religious Education Club, 
President 1; Student Council; Student 
Christian Council; Ministerial Club 2; 
Choir 1, 2; Dean's Cabinet 2; Women's 
Athletic Association; Sigma Pi Alpha. 



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JAMES R. MORGAN 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

Baseball 3, 4; Dean's last 2. 3; Spanish 

Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3, 4. 

KENT MOSELEY 

Stonevilie, North Carolina 

B.S., A.B. Physical Education, Social Studies, 

Psychology, Edm ation 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; 1.1. A 

3, 4; Sports Editor of Zenith 4, 5; Tower 
Players 4, S; Basketball 4, V I rack 

4, 5; Tennis 4; N. C. State College 1; 
Lees McRae Junior College 2, 

BOBBIE Ml I 1. 1. MX 
Troy. North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 

Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; 

Band 1; Choir 2; Dramatics 1; Spanish 

Club 1. 

EDWIN GARBEK XI, 1.1)1 JAM 

Statesvtlle, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

Kappa Chi I, 2. 3, 4: M.S.E. 1, 2; Choir 

1, 4; Duke University 1 

W, H. XEEDHAM. JR. 
Ether, North Carolina 

B.S. Business . [dministration 
Student Government Representative 4: 
President of McCuIloch Hall Council 4; 
Uis.h Point College Chamber of Com- 
merce 3, 4: Eta Mn Eta I, 2: Dean's List 
1. 2, 3: Intraniiif.il Sports 1. 2, .\ 4. 

MARY JEAN NEWELL 
High Point. North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Lambda Alpha Pin Sorority; Who's Who 
Aiming Students in Ann/ nan i 'niversitit i and 
Colleges; Chamber of Commerce 3, 4, 
Publicity Chairman 3, Treasurer 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 3, 4: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FT. A. 3, 4; Christian Student Council 
4; Zenith Business Manager 4; Hi-f'<> 
Staff 4: Dean's List. 

BARR Y HO DC ; ES X I A \ SO M 1 ■'. 
Enfield, Xt ii tli ( .11 1 jIiii.i 
B.S. Business Administration 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, President 
4, Vice-President 3; ('lass President 2; 
Chamber of Commerce 2, 3, 4. Reporter 
3; Red ( Iross ( Hub 2, 3; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; l.R.C. 4; //,-/'» 
Feature Writer 3, Edilor-in-Chief 4: 
Dance Committee 2; Spanish Club 1, 2: 
Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary 3. 

DOUGLAS JAMES NORWOOD 
Belmont, North Carolina 
A.B. .\ fathematu i 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity: Spanish Club 
1, Scribe 3, President 4; Inter-Fralcrnitv 
Council 4; Hi-Po Staff 4: Eta Mu Eta 
2; Dean's List 1, 2. 3. 




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MARGARET PATRICIA OSBORXE 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

A.li. !'u nun] I -'.il in a 1 1 mi 

Lamfxla Alpha Phi Sorority; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Pfeiffer Junior 
College I, 2. 

vera .jfax parks 

Seagrove, North Carolina 
A.li. Elementary Education 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Vice-Presi- 
dent -1; Alpha Delta Theta 4; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; Methodist 
Studeni fellowship 3, 4; Zenith Staff 4; 
Choir 3; Wesleyan Junior College 1, 
2; Kelewanis Lilerarv Societv 1, 2; Span- 
ish Chili 1, 2; Presta Music Clul. 1, 2; 
Cheerleader 2; Associate Editor of Annual 
2: Women's Athletic Association 2. 

ARLEN D. PONS 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Businesi Administration 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Treasurer 
2: Viir-lVesiflrtii 3: [ntra-Fralernity 
Council 4, \' ice- President 4: High Point 
College Chamber of Commerce 2; Spanish 
Club I, 2. 

LAURENCE EDWARD POTEAT, JR. 
Spencer, North Carolina 
A.B. French 
Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Historian 4; MS. I. 
1 ; F.T.A. 4. LR.C. 4; Senior Superlative 
"Friendliest"; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
sident 2; Dean's List 2, 3; Brevard College 
), 2: Hi-Po Business Staff 4; Senior Repre- 
sentative to Student Government 4. 

GARLAND PORTER PRITCHARD 

Ashe bun j. \ui ■!, ( ii i ii in i 
B.S. Business Administration 

JAMES C. QLEKX 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges; High Point College Chamber of 
Commerce 2; Future Teachers of America 
3; He, ui's List. 

CARROLL LIT RABOX, JR. 
Salisbury, North Carolina 
A.B. 3 1 at hematics 
X.D.M. Club, Treasurer 3, 4: Dormitory 
Council, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class 
Treasurer 3, 4; Methodist Student Fel- 
lowship 4; Future Teachers of America 
4; Zenith business Staff 4; Hi-Po Business 
Staff 4, Advertising Manager 4; Basket- 
ball Manager 2; Baseball 1,2. 

GWEN JANET REDDECK 

High Point. Xorlh Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 



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CHARLES A. RHINEHART 

Farmer, North Carolina 

A.B. Religion 

VAN RICH 
Ashohoro, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; M.S.F. I; 
F.T.A. 4; Zenith Staff 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 1, 2; Catawba College I, 2, 

FABER WILLIAM KIDDLE 
Hi!>h Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Element tny Ed m alum 
F.T.A. 4; Mars Hill College I, 2. 

BENNIE LEE ROBBINS 

Trinity, Noi th ( :,n'olina 
A.B. Mathematics 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Day Stu- 
dent Vice-President 4; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges; 
F.T.A. 2, 3. 4, President 4: I.R.C. 2, 3, 4. 
President 4: Inter-Fraternity Council, 
Secretary 4: Spanish Club 1, 2; Intra- 
luiii ab 1 , 2, !. 

FRANCES ROBERSON 
Snow Camp, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion, English 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, President 
4; Dormitory Council 2: Summer School 
Marshal 3; Alpha Delta Theta, Secretary 
2; M.S.F. 4: 1 1, -Pi, Feature Editor 3. 4: 
Dramatics, Secretary 2: Secretary to 
Dean of Students 1; Secretary, Dean of 
Instruction 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among 
Students in American I 'niversilies and Colleges, 
Order of the Lighted Lamp. 

GEORGE SIMMONS ROBICHAUX 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 
Kappa Chi 3, 4: University of North 
Carolina 1, 2; Veterans Club I. 2. 

MARY EDITH ROLLINS 
Central Falls, North Carolina 
U.S. Busmen Administration 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Secretary 3; 
Chamber of Commerce 3, 4: Co-editor 
of State F.B.L.A. Newspaper 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 4; W.A.A. 1, 2: F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Zenith 3, Cops - Co-editor 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 4; La Tertulia 1, 2. 

ELIZABETH LUCILLE ROSE 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
A.B. Religious Education 
Phi Mu Sorority: Dormitory Council, 
Treasurer 3; The Order of the Lighted 
Lamp 3, 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who Aiming 
Students in American I 'nwersities and Colleges; 
Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; M.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Christian Student Council I; Zenith Art 
Editor 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Superlative "Most Likely to Succeed"; 
Tower Players 3, 4, President 4; Dean's 
List I, 2, 3. 




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WILLIAM EUGENE ROUTH 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

A.H.. U.S. Mathematics, Chemistry 
N.D.M. Club, ( Corresponding Secretary 
3, 4; Eiii Mu Eta 2, 3, 4, Secretary- 
[Yeasurer 4: Red Cross Club 3. 



LANDER RAYMOND RUDISILL 
Kanna polls, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Delphian Literary Society l, 2; Veterans 
Club I, 2; Methodist Student Fellowship 
I, 2; I iili i ii.n i[>n;il Relations Club I, 2; 
Bivvard [unior College I, 2; ( Christian 
Workers Club 1, 2. 



ROBERT GLENN RUSSELL, JR. 

( heensboro. North ( larolina 

A.B. /-jig/i.Ji, Sue i at Stud in 

Kappa Chi 1. 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Dean's 

List 3. 

'LED BYRON SHOAF 
Lexington, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies, English 
Appalachian Stale Teachers College 1; 

Baseball 1. 



NICHOLAS GEORGE SIR [OTIS 

New York 56, .New York 

B.S. Chemistry 

Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity: Intra-Fra- 
ternity Council 2; Eta Mu Eta 2, 3, 4: 
Baseball L 2. 



CARRIE LUCILLE SMITH 
Colfax, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, Treasurer 3; 
Methodist Student Fellowship 1, 3; Future 
Teachers of America; Internationa) Re- 
lations Club 3; Band 1,2: Choir 3: Girl's 
C "horns. Secretary 3. 



JAMES C. SMITH 
Ket ncisville. North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



PATRICIA HOLMES SMITH 
Kcllv. .North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Phi Mu Sorority; Eta Mu Eta 2, 3; Alpha 
Delia Theta 2, 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 2, 3; Future Teachers of 
America 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; 
Dramatics 2. 



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CLETIS EUGENE SNYDER 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

JANET ELIZABETH SNYDER 
High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. //(J/JIC K, iiliullll: J 

Epsilon Sigma Omicron Sororitv, Presi- 
dent 4; Modern Prist ill. i 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 
2, Vice-President 3; Home Management 
Club 3; International Relations Club 
2; Spanish C'.luli 2. 

AUDREY JEAN STUTTS 
Robbins, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Alpha Theta Psi Sorority 3; Dormitoi v 
Council, Head Proctor 4; The Order of 
the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Marshal ; . 
Who's Who Among Student i in American 
Universities and Colleges; High Point College 
Chamber of Commerce 4; Alpha Delia 
Theta 1, 2, 3; Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 
5; ZtxiTti C»p\ Editor 2, i; Mav Conn 
2; Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Secretary to 
Financial Representative 2. 3, 4. 

PAUL DOUGLAS SWA1M 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
. 1 . B. Education, Ps vcholog r 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity. 

HELEN LOIS SWARINGEN 
High Point. North Carolina 
A.B. Musii 
Phi Mn Sorority. Vice-President 4; Wo- 
man's College I, 2; Choir I, 2, 3. 4, 
Librarian 3, Secretary 4; Senior Super- 
lative "Best Looking"; Mav Court 4; 
Music Education Club 1,2; Cosmopolitan 
Club 2; Adelphian Society 1 , 2; ( landidate 
tin Miss 1 ligh Point ( ollege 4. 

HELEN MAXINE SWARINGEN 
Concord, North Carolina 
A.B. English, French 
Theta I 'hi Sorority, \ it e-Presicleni 2, >; 
Student Government 2. 4: Dormitory 
Council, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2; 
Women's Athletic Association 2, 3. Vice- 
President 2; Methodist Student Fellowship 
1. 2; Future Teachers of America 4; 
Christian Student Council 2, Social Chair- 
man; Hi-Po 2; Choir 2; Senior Superlative 
"Most Popular": Tower Players 3; Dance 
Committee 2: Dean's List 1. 

ELAINE DOROTHY THOMPSON 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Senior Superlative, 'Most Intellectual." 

JAMES JARVIS STEPHENS 

High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 




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WALTER EUGENE TISDALE 
Saxapahaw, North Carolina 
A.B. English 
Kappa Chi 3, 4; Christian Student 
( louncil 4; Tower Players 3, 4; University 
ul Xorth Carolina l; Pfeiffer Junior 
College 2. 

ANN \ ONCANNON 

Hit;li Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Phi Mu Sorority, Historian 3; Women's 
Athletic Association I. 2, 3, Secretary 2, 
Treasurer 3; Future Teachers of America 
3; International Relations Club I. 

JOSEPH DONALD WADE 
High Point, North Carolina 
. I . B. Set ml Studies, Psychology, Education 
Epsilon Eta Phi 2, 3, 4: International 
Relations Club l; La Tertulia I, 2; 
Hiram ( 'ollcyr I . 

ROBERT LEE WALKER 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Epsilon Eta Phi Fraternity; High Point 
College Chamber ol Commerce 3, 4; 
bitiiir Teachers of America 3; Dean's 
Lisl 3. 

ELIZABETH JANE WASHBURN 
Bostic, North Carolina 
U.S. M>i:i, F.iSucation 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Treasurer 3; 
Alpha Delta Theta 4; Methodist Student 
Fellowship 3, 4: Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4; Band 3, 4, Secretary -Treas- 
urer 4: Choir 3, 4; May Court 3; Pfeiffer 
Junior College L 2; Choir I, 2; L'nited 
Christian Organization 2; Women's Ath- 
letic Association 1; Inlramurals 1, 2. 

CONRAD M. WEST 
Winston-Salem, Xorth Carolina 
A.B., US. English. Music 
N.D.M. Club; Dormitory Council, Vice- 
President 3; Class President 1; Class 
Vice- President 3; Baptist Student Lmion 
3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Senior Superlative 
"Be.st-All-Round"; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball I, 2, 3. 4: Citizenship Award 3. 

JAMES KENNETH WHITE 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. 

NANCY CAROLYN WHITEN ER 
Hickory, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 4; Women's Athletic 
\ssueialion 1. ."', i; Mclhoclisl Suulem 
Fellowship 4; Future Teachers of America 

4 1 Spanish Club 1. 



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MARTHA ANNK WIDENHOUSE 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
A.B. Primary Education 
Greensboro College 1, 2, 3; Religious 
Education Club 1; i'ulure Teachers oi 
America 2, 3; International Relations 
Club 2; Band 4; French Club 1, 2. 

FRANK DONALD U'IGGS 
Smithfield, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 
Dormitory Council 1 ; Class \ ice- President 
3; Baptist Student Union 1: Dance Com- 
mittee 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Summer School 
Atlantic Christian College 3. 

ELIZABETH MARIE WILES 

Worthville, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Ed neat inn 

Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority; Baptist 
Student Union, Treasurer 3, President 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Choir 3. 

MRS. JOHN LEE WILES 

Worthville, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education, Psychology 

CAROLYN (1. WILKINSON 
Maiden, North Carolina 

A.B. Religious Education, English 
Alpha Delta Theta 3, 4: Methodist Stu- 
dent Fellowship 3, 4; Christian Student 
Council 3, 4, Music Chairman 4; Choir 3, 
4; Pfeiffer Junior College 1, 2: May Court 
3; Y.W.C.A. 1; United Christian Or- 
ganization 2: Order of the Sundial 2. 

JO ANN WILLIAMS 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Education 
Phi Mu Sorority; Women's Athletic As- 
sociation 3, 4, Intramural Manager 4: 
Senior Superlative "Most Athletic"; May 
Court 4. 

JAMES SIDNEY WILLIAMS 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

MARY ETHELYN WILLIAMSON 

Nakina, North Carolina 
A.B. Social Studies, Brligious Education 
Lambda Alpha Phi Sorority, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, Chaplain 4; Alpha Delta Theta 
1, -, 3, 4, President 4: Methodist Student 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Publication Chair- 
man 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
International Relations Club 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3; Christian Student Coun- 
cil 4; Zenith Feature Editor 4; Freshman 
Counsellor 2: Hall Proctor 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Order of the Lighted Lamp. 

TOMMIE LOU YOUNG 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

Phi Mu Sororitv, President 4: W.C.U.N.C. 

1. 2. 




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LIFE WITH THE SENIORS 




1. "H.i. hi, li;i '■" 2. The "shikrs" brlorx- the conem. 3, "Ain't ih;tl sweet 1 " 4, Anybody for bridge:' 5. Go, man, go. 
6. Who? 7. Matrimonial bliss. 8. Chow time. 9. "Pose pretty now." 10. "Fore." 11. Lover's Lane. 



SEHIOR 




SUPERLATIVES 



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JUNIORS 



After three years at [ ligh Point ( 'u I lege we have reached a favored position among the- classes. 
The difficult days of adjustment have passed; we are not ycl confronted with the senior responsi- 
bilities and worries of graduation. We ;ue n in Ikv ■ the mosl ini[)ortant group on campus. 

As we begin our last year we feel a greater responsibility and know that our college days arc num- 
bered, but the best ones are still ahead. 



OFFICERS: Frank Wiggs, Vice-President; Shirley Harris, Treasurer; Bill Hipps, President; June 
Rogers, Secretary; George Armstrong, Student Government Representative. 



Wiggs 



Harris 



Hipps 



Rogers 



Armstrong 




1955 




Atfcl 



Top row, If/i In right: DAVID MYEES ABERN'A THY, BETTY CAROLYN ADKINS, ROBERT 
KENNETH ANDREWS. GEORGE HERBERT ARMSTRONG, MARY EUGENIA BEATY. 

Second row: BARBARA ANN BENSON, ELIZABETH ANN BRADY. .JIMMY ZACKARY 
BROWN. ROBERT A. BRUCE. EVAN'DER BERN'S HILLOCK. 

Third row: PAUL GRAYSON BUNN, JOH.Y MATTHEW BURTON, ELEANOR JEAN CLAIM', 
JULIA ANN COCKERHAM, WILLIAM HENRY COOK. 

Fourth row: RAMONA COURIE, NELDA JEANNINE EASTERLING, BRYANLEEX ED- 
WARDS, BARBARA JANE EDWARDS, ROY L. EUBANKS. 



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Top row, Iff t to right: PAULA JEANNE EYERETTE, CAROLYN FEATHERSTON, FLORENCE 
BEATRICE F1SHEL, ROBERT GENE I'OWI.I.k. KENNETH Roy FRAXIER. 

s,, ■•>,./ ,::., : \).\\ ID 1. 1. 1. I k.W'f :|s, < \k< >LYN |< >Y< :i. <;IDE< >.\s, JIMMY C< JNRAD GIL- 
LAND, FRANK IE DEAN GOAD, SARA FRANCES HAMILTON. 

■!l,,„I„>u-: DONALD WILLIAMS IIWNLs. Ml Ik LEY CRAY HARRIS. ANDREW PERRY 
HAYWOOD. HI LI A HRl'CE IIEDKICk. HOBBY BR ICE HEDRICK. 

Fourth row: RICHARD E. HENSDAEE, MARTHA JEANNE HENSON, GALEN MARTIN 
HILL, WILLIAM A. HUM'S, WILLIAM LEWIS HOLLISTER. 



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Top row, left to right: DAVID HENRY HOLT, FLOYD STOUT, HULL, DORA ELLEN HUSS, 
GEORGE CALVIN JACKSON, CHARLES TILLMAN JARRELL, JR. 

Second n,w: PATRICIA YVONNE JOHXSOX. I'Al'l. HAMMOND JONES, JOHN FRANKLIN 
JOYNER, MARY CATHERINE LOVE, JAMES FRANKLIN MaoARTHUR. 

Third row: (MRS.) Rl ! II OWEN McDANIEL, DWIGHT ELWOOD MABRY, JAMES ARVIL 
MABRY, JR., PATTIE SUE MARTIN, ROBERT LEE MASSEY. 

Fourth row: CHARLES VERNON MAI LTSBY. LEONARD EDWARD MAYO, DONALD 
WEBSTER MILLER. JOE XEAL MISENHEIMER, CHARLES EDWARD MOORE, [R. 



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Toprow, left to right: BETTY LOU MORGAN'. HETTY SUE MlkR.W, PALL T. NASH, BLSSIL 
MAR1K OR KEEL, RICHARD III FCIILX.S OWENS. 

Second row: JOHN K. PEACOCK, JR., SARA PATRICK PEACOCK, VESTAL POTTS, JR., 
MARIE BEESON PUGH, CHARLES FRED PRUETT. 

Third row: CLAYTON LEE REID, GERALD X. KEIFF, MICHEL ANGEL REYES VARELA, 
JUNE ROGERS, NANCY ANXE SAMUEL. 

Fourth row: JIMMY 'FRYSON SCOTT, LEROY SELLERS, JoANN BEESON SHORT, JIM 
SINGLETON, JERRY LOCKHAR'F SLOANWHITE. 



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7V' row, left l„ right: EDWARD MAXI.KY SMALL. PETER SMITS. FAITH SNEEDEN, 
DONALD DELANO SPENCER. JIM ALAN STANLEY. 

Second tow: WILLIAM BRENT STRAUGHN, ROBERT WILLIAMS TANNER, RUTH IVA 
TATE, JULIUS MARK 1 !' TESH, MARY ANN TURNER. 

Third row: MARGARET MAR IK YENABLE. RALPH GWINN VICE, M.U'KICE ALEXAN- 
DER WADDELL. (ALBERT POWER WAGGONER, MARY COLEEN WARD. 

Fourth row: MARTHA ANN WASHBURN'. ELIZABETH DOUGLAS WATSON, MAXWELL 
MONROE WAV. CAROLYN MAE WEBB, BILLY MAC WHITESIDE. 

Fifth row: IDA LEE WILLS, MARGARET RAY WILSON. HILL FRANKLIN WRIGHT. 

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MARSHALS 




Left to right, first row: George Armstrong, Ann Coekeiham, Carolyn Feaihri"sion, Shirley Harris, Kenneth Frazier. Second 
row: T. ti, Madison, Clikl, Venitia Wilcox, Bett; Hipps, Pal Martin, Charles Jarrell. Third ruic : Jack Peacock, Charles 
Pruett, I'd Si n nil. 

ORDER OF THE LIGHTED LAMP 




left I" right, first row: M. C. 1 1 tuli^ins. Audrey StuttS, Shirley Davis, Mary Williamson, George Armstrong. Second row: 
Louie Eargle, Frances Robeison, Shirley H.inis, |<.nn I. Jimih, Jiilmnir Ihmkiuv 1 !i,,,t ,„!,■: Uetly I, mi R,,,,-, s. ml K.im.i- 
Shirley Swiggett. 



UfB WITH THE JUNIORS 




1 . Junior-Senior Prom. 2. Aw, sluuklup! 3. "Yi>u tickle." 4. Real George. 5, Whooping' ii up! 6. Nice kitty. 7, The 
stuuge. 8. Sunday funnies. 9. Say "cheese." 10. Miss H. P. C. 



SOPHOMORES 



Although we have been here only two years, we no longer feel lost; we have become a part 
of the many and varied activities on campus. We look forward to our Junior year with much 
anlieipatiim. ivali/m^ the many opportunities thai await us to bring glory and honor to our 
alma mater. 



OFFICERS: Phil Mowery, Vice-President; Myrtle Brandon, Secretary; Pat White, Treasurer; 
Mary Alice Milbury. Student Government Representative: Koy Daw kins. President. 



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William Harvey Anderson 
James Marshall Andrews 
Wilma Lee Baldwin 
Ear) G. Barbour 
Walter Jack Berk 

Libby Henry Bell 
Sally Anne Bell 

Roy Richard Bevan 
Etta Sue Boggs 
William Eugene Bust 

( iiles i in ii Bowman 
Myrtle Lee Brandon 
Joan Lou Burton 
Robert David Carroll 
1 ranees Ann Clifton 



Hubert Conrad Clinard 
Robert Miller Clinard 
Sarah Elizabeth Coltrane 
Elon Saunders ( 'ouk 
Edwin Bruce Cooper 

James Douglas Cooper 
Patsy Jane Cranford 
Kathryn Lee Craven 
Fred Gordon Culler 
Robert Troy Darden 



Doris Ann Davis 
Km Ellis Davvkins 
Lucille Gail DeShazo 

Anna De lores Dodson 
Harriet Virginia DnH 



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John Wendell Fast 
Da\ id ( Hton Ambler 
C -o\ Darwin Evans 
Margaret Louise Fai l> >\\ 
Mary Aston Feenev 



Meredith Laura < lallimore 
Mary Sue Gamble 
Sin- Allison ( Jary 
Willis Mack Graham 
Quita Joy Harrell 



Lucy Belle Ha\ ties 
Beverly fane Heavner 
James Wesley I lilliard 
Vivian Elayne Honeycutt 
Cailus Octavio Hitreasilas 



Lewis Boyd Jacobs, Jr. 
Franklin Delano Junes 
Robert M\ run Jones 
Alfredo Jorge Julian 
Oker Kenneth Keene 



Louise Frances Kennedy 

Xaney Jo Kennedy 

Jerry Ray Kennerly 
Joseph C !lyde Knox, Jr. 
Leon Isaiah Lanier 



Mary Lou Lanier 
Sidney Frank Lanier 
Rolierl Kenneth Lalla 
(Mrs.) Margaret S. Lawson 

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(Mrs.) Irene Meekins Leonard 
Vincent Weng Leng Lcong 
Patricia Anne Linebergei 
Sandra Paul Loving 
Jack Fa ye McCaslin 



Robert Frank McCarn 
I). Frank McCulIoch 
Hilda Lorraine McCurry 
Laura Jean Marr 
Sara Rebecca Martin 



Jo Anne Meredii li 
Man Alice Milbur> 
David Odell Moore 
Flaine Moore 
Man Elizabeth Murray 



R05 Fred Noble, Jr. 
M.iia Katherine Page 
William ( llaude Patterson 
Agnes Fa ye Peedin 
Patricia Juan Pendergrass 



John Buford Pett) 
Barbara Lillian Pittman 
Martha Frances Proctor 
James Paul Pugh, Jr. 
Sarah Mable Push 



Donald Ralph Puntch 
M\ rili' Kathryn Quinn 
Cornelia Jane Richardson 
Robert Law ranee Ross 
John Mat bias Rnlt\ 



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Berime Saintsing 
A. Dirk Sale, Jr. 
Jane Caswell Shelton 
George Edward Shepherd 

Isabel] Skid mi m 



Barbara Smith 

Helena Smith 

Spencer Richard Smith 

Mary Grace Snyder 

Nancy Elizabeth Stedman 



Hestley Danard Stepp 
Johnnie Lee Stewart 
Man McNeill Smart 
C.'Iaudette Ann Swanson 
Robert Harriv 'lew 



Dorothy Beryle Thompson 
Julia Ann Tillman 
Betty Ann Tysinger 
Thomas Jeffery Underwood 
Bobby Joe Valentine 



David Leo Wagoner 
Virginia .Anne Walker 
Knolon W all 
Rita Jane Ward 
Mickey Franklin Washam 



Vicki Dean Washburn 
Patricia Ann White 
William Rayvon White 
Joe Wood row Widenhousc 
Lacy Williams, Jr. 



Charles Buchanan Williford 
Kenneth Paul Workman 




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LITE WITH THE SOPHOMORES 




1. Open House. 2. Shake her hand, Dave. 3. "Come fit with me." 4. Towmii» spiiv. p. [..tin W.nnr. (>. damming. 
7. New Ford. 8. Crash and Hash. 9. St. Louis Woman. 10. Couple of the year. 



FRESHMEN 



In September we came together as eager Freshmen, unaware of what the future held for us. 
We made the same mistakes and were just as uncertain as all the classes who had gone before us. 
We found, however, friendly upperclassmen and advisors waiting to help nv 



\n\v our anxieties have turned in pleasanl memories of innumerable experiences we shall 
Ions remember, for during the past year Hisjh Point ( olle^e has beeome a part of us. We look 
forward to om* Sophomore year with confident hope ;uu] assurance. 



( )I'FK -KRS: Jaekie Stewart, I wr-Prtwulml; Mary Ruth Smiley, Treasurer; Rodney Morrison, 
President; Ruby Halhnan, Secretary; Ernie Ball, Student Government Representative. 



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'/ii/' roifj /<// to right: John Clifford Abernathy, Carol Celeste Anderson, William R. Andrews, Ernest Harold 
Ball, Emma Christine Barber, Patricia Anne Barbour, Betty Jean Barker. 

Second row: Bobbie Ga> Barrett, Joseph Everett Beamon, Jr., Gail Ann Heck. Irma Frank Best, H.illic Marie 
Bethune, Sylvia Anne Bobo, Paul Gentry Bouldin, Jr. 

Third row: Felicia Lou Boyles, Wayne Brewer, Pegg) Jane Briggs, Bill) Edwin Brown, Co> Lee Brown, William 
Clarence Buchanan, Cecil Gattis Billiard, Jr. 

Fourth row: Jane Bunch'. Johnn) Thomas Cannon, Charles Lindsey Case, Shirley Ann Caudill, Vasso Cavas. 
Mary Frances Chance, Evelyn Ingram Chapman. 

Fifth row: Thurmond Odell Chappell, Burch C. Compton, Joseph Woods Corapton, Shirley Faye Corder, Mary 
Louise Cox, Sylvia Dawn Craddock, Donald Phillip Cranford. 



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Top row, left In right: Harold Crump, Shirley Edward Culpepper, Franklin I). Roosevelt Daniels, Gloria Faye 
Davis, Robert foe Davis, Bronna Dale Deaton, Robert Olon Dockery. 

Si-iuntl row: Annie Rulh Dorsell, Carl Edison Doiseit. Jr., Evelyn Patricia Dowell, Robert Leo Dube, Robert 
William Duncan, Helen Rac Dunn, Emma Jean Eller. 

Third row: Jahala I'.loise Eudy, Billy Jackson Evans, Ronald David Everett, Dennis El wood Fallow, Barbara 
Ere Featherstonc, Richard Hal Finney, \\ illiam Joseph Forcum, Jr. 

Fourth row: Arnold Gaylc Ford, Alice Sue Fowler. Sylvia Ann Fox, Palsy Ruth Francis, Betu Sue Frazier, Gar- 
land Sterling Gammon, Otis Lavan Gardner. 

Fifth row: Nancy Angeline Gaskins, Joe Talmage Gibson, Barbara Jean Going, William Cecil Gordon, Norma 
Lee Grayson, Jean Leigh Griffith, Larry Kenneth Grissctt, 



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Top row, left to right: Ralph Edward Hall, Linwood Alton Harris, Betty Charlene Harrison, Robert Ray Harrison, 
Elisc Rebecca Hasty, Crystal Nell Hawkins, Warren G. Harding Hawks, 

Sramd ww: Ralph E. Honbairier, Betty Jo Honeycuil. Eola Jacqueline Hoover, Pais\ Josephine Hunter. I',iv 
Gelene Hutchins, Libbyjean Hutchens, Nanc\ Jean Ingrain. 

Third row: Mary Camilla Isley, Rosa Enuiw Jarrett, Wilbur Arthur Jarrett, Vivian Estclle Jennings James 
Broadus Johnson, Jack Johnson, Janie Gay Jones. 

Fourth row: James Harry Joyce. .Jr., .Jerry jay Juien, Klc.inor lYanccs Kellis. Pave Marie Kendall, Phillip Ad- 
dison Kennedy, Robert Delberi Kirkinan, Clifton Nelson Koontz. 

Fifth row: Patricia Garter Kornegay, Herman Maxell Lanning, Robert Wrisrhi Eee. Frank Kerlce Littrell. Jr. 
North Carol Liner, Delores Voncyle Linthicum, Pansy Mac Livengood. 



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7k/j ™c, left to right: Betsy Elizabeth Lippard, Emma Laura Lisk, Nancy Jane Lucas, Shirley Ann Lytle, Myra 
Gaye McCulloch, Shirley Ann Madden, John Lemuel Mann, 

Second row: Webster Marlowe, Llmo Donald Marsh. Bobby Gordon Martin, Herbert Hatchett Masten, Lerov 
Miller, Nancy Miller, Norma Jean Morgan. 

Third yt>ic: Barbara Ann Morrison, Rodney Jones Morrison, Shelby Jane MoscK, Betty Jane Mullinix, Elizabeth 
Ogreta M all ins, Martin Eugene Neustacli, Carl Bowl Xiuli. 

Fourth rnw: Joel Curtis Xiiuon, Richard Gerald Nixon, Wallace Darrcll Nixon, Lima Joan Parker, Van Maurice 
Fairish. Lihel Gavnelle Pennell, Fred Austin Perdue . 

Fifth row: Lama Patricia Pirie, John Yiumy Powell, Margaret Ann Pritehard, Barbara Ann Pruill, Jacqueline 
Pllffh, Rubv Mae Rauan. [ami's II Ken is. 



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Top row, left to right: Freda Ann Redding, Jim Wright Roberts, LucyJeanette Roberts, Gladys Maye Robertson, 
Raymond Cecil Rodgers, Jr., Nancy Anne Rouse, Barbara Ann Scott. 

Second row: Julius Wesley Send. Betty Seaie. Jesse 11 as Sessoms, Judy Reid Seward, Hazel Ruth Shore, Mary 

Ruth Sin i lev, Lura Alice Smith. 

Third row: Bobby Smith, Donald Moure Smith. Rulus Miles Smithson, Jr., George Washington Sowers, Jr., 
Otha Kenneth Spainhour, Harold Anthony Staples, Shirley Anne Stout. 

Fourth row: Jackie Darrell Stewart, Lawrence Orian Strange, Tom George Strother, Billy Omega Stutts, Cecil 
Ward Thomas, Carol Dunlap Thompson, Jimmy Martin Vainer. 

Fifth row: Merilou Wall, Alton Jackson Ward, Jr., Ira Douglas Warren, Mary Jane Waters, Avis Annette 
Weathers, Charles Ha told Whichard, Charles Lawrence White. 



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Top row, lift to right: Margaret Ann Whitesell, Durwood Franklin Wiggins, Johnnie Powell Wiley, Judith Gail 
Williams, Ro^er Clyde Williams, Doris Lane Williamson, Vernon Russell Wilson. 

Strom! row: Wayne Friddle Wilson, Betty Lou Windham. Vernon Ruyvni' Wright, Carolyn Anne Young, Charles 
Garland Young. I'livlli.s Anne Yountz. 




SI .SAW A \\ I. SI. I A MALI. 



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LIFE WITH THE FRESHMEN 







1. Pen rally. 2. High Point University. 3. "Wln'ifs tin- fire.'" 4. -Rah!" =>. Bookstore time. 6. "You ping, 111 Pong. 
7. Porcival Sneedgrass and his friends. 8. The Three Suns. 9. "How much will ii cost. 1 ." 10. The old and the new. 



SADIE HAWKINS DAY 




1. Everybody comes to watch, but nobody wants to run. 2. The eager bachelors clamor for action. 3. Finally, several 
girls venture out. 4. And the chase is on! 5. Some of the girls are desperate! 6. The girls seem happy enough with 
their prize catches. 7. And (he Westbanders "live it up" at the dance that night. 8. The Lil' Aimer and Daisy Mae 
for Sadie Hawkins Day are selected at the dance. 



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ACTIVITIES 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Ellis 



The student m>v<Tiiiiii'iil is the voice of the .student body. 
lis leaders are elected by popular vote of the students and are repre- 
sentatives of all the (lasses. This year's student government has done 
an excellent job. The success of this group can be attributed to a 
mutual concern for all problems and complete co-operation in 
solving them. They have worked together under both pleasant 
and difheuh circumstances, always remcinbcnn» their one goal to serve the student body. The 
student government is bv no means perfect, but it has carried out its duties with sincerity 
and inlc<>ritv. 



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Left I" right: Ernie Ball, Betty Hipps, Secretary; Larry Poteat; W. M. Needham, Ji 
McNeill, Sara Hamilton, Mary Alice Mil bury, Maxine Swaringen. 



; L. C. Ellis, President; Don 




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WOMAN'S HALL COUNCIL 




Left to right: Audrey Sums. Ih-ud PrwU.r; Maxim- Swarin-c'n, President; Ellen Faulkner, Secretary; 
Mary Alice Millmry, 'I miuire, : Carolyn l-Vaihi'rsion. \'u, •-President; Gelene Hutchins, Freshman 
Representative. 

Mcculloch hall council 




Left to right: Ken FraziiT, Sirrrttirv cud Treasurer; U. H. Xcctlham. President: Carroll Rabon 



Vice-President. 



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PAY STOP E NT COUNCIL 




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Although there are many day 
students included in our student 
body, they participate in many 
ol the extra-curricular activities 
heir on campus. The officers 
are as follows: Don McNeill, 
President; Bennie Robbing, Vice- 
President; Venetia Wilcox, Secre- 
tai v-Treasurer. 



Left to right: Wilcox, dobbins, McNeill 



GIRLS IN PAY ROOM 




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ETA MO ETA 



The Eta Mu Eta is a science 
fraternity composed of pre-med- 
ical and pre-dental students and 
science majors. 




Left in right: Dr. Cummings, Advisor; Erncsi Broome, C:lvde Anderson, Hill Routh, 
Bennie Martin, ]>r. Ben Hill, Adrnm; J<\m ,\l,.n. Dr. Perkins. '.Unwr; (ieur^r Armstrong, 
President; Charles Lowrv, Nick Siriotis. 



VETERAN'S CLUB 




OFFICERS: George Armstrong, President; Ernie Ball, Vice-President; Ralph Vick, Secretary-Treasurer; Ed Small: 
Bob Fowler, Ping/rim and Social Cliimmtm. 

Hill Andrews. Hob Bailey, Joe Beasley, Paul Bouldin. Wayne Brewer, Robert Bruce, Coy Burchfield, Charles 
Case, Thurmond Chappel), Hubert Clinard, Bernie Cockerham, Johnny Cooper, Donald Cranford, Carl Dorsett, 
Leo Dube, David Embler, Billy Evans, Dennis Farlow, William Forcum, Jr., Billy Fry, Paul Fry, Garland Gam- 
mon, George Green. June Page Green, Warren Hawks, Bill Hollister, David Hole, Ralph Honbarrier, Robert 

Rirkman, Robert Latta, Frank Littrcll, Juan Lopez, Webster Marlowe. Fhno Marsh. Bob Maxwell. ( !li fton M n, 

Carl Nigh, Thomas Nobler, Bill Patterson, Robert Ragan, Don Roberts, George Robichaux, Frank Rothrock, 
Lander Rudisill, Weslev Send, S, R. Smith, Otha Spain hour, John Spivey, Jarvis Stephens, Billy Smtts, David 
Wagoner, Knolan Wall, Frank Wiggs, John Wiley, Roger Williams, Paul Wood, Vernon Wright 



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First row, left to right: Norma Merrill, (Catherine Graven, Man Ann Turner. Martha Dixon, Howard Coleman, Husiness Man- 
ager; Bill Cook, Robert Massey, Leonard Mayo, Hazel Shore, Sylvia Bobo. Lucy Haynes, Mr. Richard Cox, Director. Second row; 
Libby Murray, JoAnne Meredith, Elizabeth Washburn, Angie Gaskins, Betty Mullinix, Joe Compton, Herbert Ingram, Jerry 
Reill, Louie Eargle, Vice-President; Carolyn Wilkinson, Helena Smith, Shirley Davis, June Rogers. Third row: Patsy Cranford, 
Sarah Coltrane, Carrie Smith, Sue Gamble, Edwin Needham, Frank McCulloch, Koy Hawkins, Maurice Waddell, Ruth Tale, 
Betty Lou Rose, Rosa Jarrctt, Betty hazier, Melba Eller. Fourth row: Elizabeth Clapp, Joan Crowdcr, Ellen Faulkner, Helen 
Swaringen, Secretary-Treasurer; Mas Dulin, [ack Peacock, President; ferry furen, Blanton Jones, Garland Gammon, Xancy Johnson, 
M\ra McCulloch, Bronna Deaton, Betty Havworth. 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE BAND 




Final /cii. /'/' I" "ghi: Donald Cranford, loin Beaver, [Catherine Mayhew, Barbara Smith, Mary Stuart, Johnnie Davis, Merle 
Cloninger, Elizabeth Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer. Second row: Betty Lou Rose, Annie Burris, Gattis Bullard. Charles Lowery, 
Charles Jarrell, Frank McCulloch, Jack Parks, Carl Dorset t, Bill Gordon, Vice-President. Third row: Howard Coleman, President; 
..Martha Dixon, Stowc Dull, Quita Harrell, Rodney Morrison, Dr. Lew Lewis, Director. 



WOMAN'S CHORUS 



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First row, left to right: Bobbie Barrett, Shirley Lytic, Voncyle Linthicum, Mary Ann Turner, 
President; Martha Dixon, Carol Thompson, Mr, Richard Cox, Director. Second row; Chris Barber, 
Patsy Cranford, Libby Murray, Carolyn Gideons, Betty Mullinix, Angie Gaskins, Martha Henson. 
Third row: Ellen Faulkner, Sylvia Fox, Vice-President, Helena Smith; Rosa Jarrett, Bronna Deaton, 
Carrie Smith, Secretary-Treasurer. 



MEN'S CHORUS 





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First rmt\ left to right: Joe Beamon, Jim Anderson, Joe Compton, Mr, Richard Cox. Second row: 
Frank McCulloch, Herbert Masten, Herbert Ingram, Lawrence Strange. Third row: Gayle Ford, 
Blanton Jones, Jerry Juren, Rodney Morrison. 



HIGH POINT COLLEGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 




First row, left to right: Mrs. Alda Berry, Advisor; Mar\ Jean Newell, Treasurer; Susie Murray, Ramona Couric, Sue Gamble, Sarah 
Martin, Nancv Kirby, Secretary; Edith Rollins, Dr. George (1. Hobart, Adviser; Mr. Richard S. Dale, Advisor, Second row: L. C. Ellis, 
Allen Meredith, Thomas J. Underwood, John Petty, Jim Sianle\, \V H. Xeedham, ['rank Bruome. Tom Charping, Travis Hancs. 
Third row: Tom Braver, Jimmy Brown. Bennie Saintsing, David Francis, UVslcv Gaynor, Vice-President; Harr) Tesh, President; Douglas 



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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 




First row, left t<> right: Vincent Leong, Bennie Robbins, Catherine Mayhrw, Second ><n<:: Peter Smiis. Harold Brown, Bryanlcen 
Edwards. Third row: Carlos Horcasitas, Juan Lopez, Eleanor Clapp, Hi'. De-skins, Dr. Moffitt, Advisors. 

OFFICERS: Bennie Robbins, President; Sam Haywood, Vice-President; Catherine Mayhew, Secretary-Treasurer. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




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U row, left to right: Benny Robbins, Pre.mhnt ; Nam Kasias, Fir.it Via--Prr.\iri,-nt: Shirlcv 
ti-r-Prr.ii>/,-nl; \n Anne Slmri, Saretarr; H. ( :. Hudgins, Treasurer. Second row: Dr. fames 
Mr. Herman Coble, Advisor; Miss Ruth Steelman, Advisor; Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, .-lAwor. 



Harris, 
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THE TOWER 
PLAYERS 

The Tower Players is an or- 
ganization made up of students 
interested in dramatics here at 

the college. 





Left to right: Larry Poteat, Vice-President; Sara 
Hamilton. Secretary; Betty Lou Rose, President; 

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SCENES FROM ARSENIC AND OLD LACE 

1. "Elderbury wine." 2. The cast poses after a successful performance. 
3. "We've got a hot stiff on our hands.'''' 4. "The score stands even, twelve 
to twelve." 5. "Well, bon voyage!" 6. "Ah, Ah, Mortimer, not that!" 























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RADIO WORKSHOP 




David Abernathy, Tom Beaver, Lii>liy B.ll, J„hn Burton. Joan Crmvdcr, David Eml.W. Dick Hcnsd;,!.-. ( ■>,!■,. Horcasitas Bom 
Leatherman, Ed Lowe, Bam Newsome, Lam- Poteat, Charles Pruett, Betty Lou Rose, Buck VViHiford. ' ' ' B(lt > 



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EDITOR AL STAFF: Due to the unceasing efforts of Jane Lucas, feature writer; Gelene Hutchens, feature writer; 
Louie Eargle, huimi ahtur: June Rubers, reporter; Pat Mania, reporter; \\.\w\ Newsome, editor; David Abcrnathy, as- 
sociate editor and photographer; Betty Leatherman, secretary; and Carroll Rabon, reporter, the news was written and printed. 




David Abcrnatrn 

Associate Editoi and Photographer 
He is a great asset to the publication 



Barn Newsome, Editor 
Perseveringly and untiringly Barn 

N'cWSOI'IK' led [111' ffi-f't, Staff to 

the printing of a good college 
newspaper. 




The Hi-Po is the official "Voice of the Students" of 
Hi^h Point College, h is the aim of this bi-monthly 
news publication to present, in the Ainei i< an tradition of 
freedom of the press, ;i true pit tine of college life in its 
various aspects and to afford an unrestricted avenue for 
expression of student opinion. Any student is welcomed 
to work on either the Editorial or Business Stalls. 

We would like to thank the following faculty members 
who have graciously given of their time and who have 
assisted whenever needed: Professor A. S. Withers, Miss 
Ruth Steehnan, and Miss Louise Adams. 




CO-BUSINESS MANAGERS: The two 

co-business managers Carroll Ration and 
Johnny Hawkins worried, worked, and 
finally succeeded in getting ads, paying 
debts, and balancing the Imuks. 



THE HI-PO 




XI'W'S STAFF: Pat Johnson, (iloria Davis, Carroll Ration, and Sue Gary pounded the streets, yelled despair 
at times, but always came through with the needed ads. 




/.FAT] H HDITOKAL STAIF: Louie Eargle, Associate Editor; Sam Haywood, Assistant Feature Editor; Joan Crow- 
der, Editor; Man Williamson, Feat un- Edihn : Sam Kasias, Amii/iuiI Husirtess Manager; John Rulty. .-I// Editor, all con- 
tributed time and effort. ,\ot jiit lined: Maurice Waddell, who was valuable in cver\ ua\ lo ihe Zlmiii siali'. 




Joan Crowder, Editor 
The leadership and inspiration of the editor, 
Joan Crowder, made iliis hook possible. 










Edith Rollins, (.'»/; i- Cu-Edilur: Louie Eargle. .Inrnw/, Editor: 
and Xanc\ Kii I >y. Copy Co-Editor, worked hours on the copy. 

Lli/.llielh < l.i]i[i. /',<.,'■„■ /'.',//.'■./. Ihm.ml ( lol I '1 1). I [ [. i',i- 

ternity and Sorority Section Editor: and Mary Williamson, 
Ftiiliii, Editor, iiavc endless work to the Zenith. 



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photography editor: 



lien pictures needed to \> 



snapped, David Abernathy, photography editor, was always 
there, saying, "Conn- on now, smile." He was helpful nut only 
as photography editor hut in many respects. 



Hire is your 1954 Zenith! We realize «r 
have made many mistakes, and maybe we have 
nut composed the book the way you might 
have done it. but \\v hope you like it. 

When we had to rack our brains thinking of 
new ideas for the book, plus endless hours of 
time spent on thr different layouts, we often 
felt like triviny i!]) id despair. Hut now we feel 
that every task we had to do, lias been well 
worth the time. 

A big "-thank you" to Mr. Smith and Mr. 
Phelps of Edwards & Brou^hton. to our adviser, 
Miss Idol, and to all of the students who have 
co-operated so well. 



THE ZBHITH 




Mary Jean Newell 
Business Manager: She made it possible to 
publish a bigger annual and kept the yearbook 
out of the red. 



Sam Kasias, assistant business manager, has 
rendered an excellent piece of work nol onlj 
in working with ads. hut with the editorial 
layout as well. 




Zenith Hii.\im-\\ Stuff: Catherine Craven, Helen Dickinson. Man [can 
Newell, Barbara Morrison, Gail Beck combed the city for those needed 
ads. When the book was in, they all sighed a word of relief. Those who 
are not pictured but worked very hard in securing ads were Van Rich. 

Vera Parks, and Knur ( lunprr. 



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LINDLEV CHAPEL 



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CHRISTIAN STUDENT COUNCIL 




First row, left to right: Mary Ann Turner, Dr. William R. Locke, Advisor; John Burton, President; H, C. Hudgins, 
Mary Williamson. S,,<>ml nnv: Mary Jean Newell, Barbara Benson, Carolyn Wilkinson. Via-Fresident; Sara Hamilton. 
Third row: Judy Seward, Elizabeth Wiles, Gene Tisdale, Paul Bunn, Secretary, Fourth row: Johnnie Hawkins, Mr. 
Virgil Yow, Advisor. 

Not pictured: Miss Clarice Bowman, Adristii ; Mr. Cradv Whicker, Atfri.uir. 



RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES AT HIGH POINT COLLEGE 



The lives of the students at High Point College arc enriched by the numerous weekly religious 
activities on campus. These activities develop the friendly Christian spirit and close fellowship 
which are prominent among the students. 

The week is begun with the student-directed Sunday Evening Vesper Service. Each morning 
Lindley Chapel is tilled with those who gather (or morning devotions led by the faculty and 
students. The mid-week prayer service lends inspiration to all thusr who attend. Religious Em- 
phasis Week is the highlight of all the Christian activities on campus each year. 



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OFFICE RS: M.ir\ Williamson, President; Pat Martin, Vice-President; Carrie Smith, Treasurer; Mary 
Alice Milbury, Secretary: Mar\ Jean Xewell, .S'C. .J Rift tentative. 

Advisors: Miss Clarice Bowman; Mis. William K. Locke, not pictured. 



i-'ti^l ran , lijl tn right: M.:ir\ Willi. in \<> m. Pat Martin, Mary Alice Milbury, Mary Jean Newell. Second 
row: Martha Washburn, Frances Roberson, Carolcc Caudle, lit-n \ Mullinix, Margaret Wilson, Haliie 
Bethune, Ruby Ragan, Jane Edwards, Martha Dixon, Bobbie Barrett, Pansy Livengood. Third row: Eliza- 
beth Washburn, Louise Kennedy, Camilla Islei. Jean Eller, Patsy Jo Hunter, Betty Hayworth. Nancy 
Kirby, Edith Rollins, Joan Parker, Betty Frazier, Sara Hamilton, Bessie OreJl. Fourth row: Bronna Deaton, 
Melba Filer. ( l.iroivn Wilkinson, Jean Beaty, Mary Ann Turner, Martha Henson, Elizabeth C ilapp, Barbara 
Benson, Mary Jane Waters, Pat Peacock, Martha buck. Vera Parks, Sue Boggs, Delores Dodson. Fifth 
row: Faye Peedin, Evelyn Chapman, June Rogers, Helen Rae Dunn, Betty Windham, Gladys Robertson, 
JeanintM- I '..j^icrlitm, Paula Everett, Carolyn Gideons, Judy Seward, Vivian Jennings, Christine Barber, 
Shirley Lytic. Sixth row: Sarah Coltrane, Dot Thompson, Mary Ann Bullock, Shirley Caudill. Brvanlern 
Edwards. Carolyn Whitener, Ellen Faulkner, Betty Lou Morgan, Catherine Love, Faith Sneeden, Bettv 



Lou Rose, Joan Crowder. Seventh row: Miss Bowman. 




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KAPPA CHI 

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Left to right: Johnnie Hawkins, President; Jerrs Rciff, Vice-President; John Rutty, Secretary; Don 
Haynes, Treasurer; Dr. William Locke, Advisor; Gene Tisdale, Student Christian Council Representative. 



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1 ligh Point ( tollege, a continuation of the Ministerial Association, is organized 
for the purpose of providing and promoting .1 medium of instruction, in- 
spiration, and realization ol true fraternity, in order that its members may 
inutnallv share worship, fellowship, and service based on the high ideals of 
Jesus ( Ihrist, 



Top row, left to rigid: David Abernathy, George Auman, Dun Bridger, Coy Brown, Van Bullock, Paul Bunn, 
fuhn Burton. Second row: Hubert Clinard, Frank Daniels, Roy Eubanks, Richard Fitin<-\. Gale I'md. Garland Gam- 
mon, Jimmy Gilland. Third row: Wain 11 Hawks, Galen Hill, Stowe Hull, VV. A. Jarrett, Jerry Juren, John Mann, 
Leonard Mavo. l-uinlh imi-: Donald Miller. bd .Wedham, Joel Nimon, Jack Peacock, Robert Russell. Robert Tanner, 
Rill Whiieside. Fifth row: Durwood Wiggins, Garland Young. 




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First row, I, ft in ii«lit: l',li/,il >rth W'iks, ['resident; Charles White, Publicity Dint tin; [da Lee Wiles, First Vice-Presi- 
dent: John Petty, Treasurer. Second row: Evelyn Chapman, Publicity Director; Sam Kasias, Second \'iir-Pinidenl; 
Jean Man', 1 htrd I 'ice-! 'resident; Johnnie Hawkins, Methodist Representative. Third row: Dr. James MoHiu, Advisor; 
Shirley Davis, Music Dim tor: Maxine Hayworth, Secretary. Fourth row: Mrs. Arthur G. Paschal, Advisor; Mr. 
Arthur G. Paschal, Advisor; Not pictured: Judy Seward, C.S.C. Representative. 



BAPTIST STUPE NT UN /ON 



METHOP/ST STUPENT FELLOWSHIP 



First row, left In right: Man Ami 
Turner, S.C.A. Reprf\ei<l<it)tr: Barbara 
Benson, Johnnie Hawkins, Betty 
Lea t henna n, John Burlun, Treasurer; 
Bryanleen Edwards, Sara Hamilton, 
Frances Roberson. Second row: Joan 
Parker, Hallie Bethune, John Joyner, 
Paul Buim, [)<ii Thompson, Jean 
Eller, Melba Eller. Third row: Sarah 
( loltrane, Mary Ruth Smiley, Carolyn 
Adkins, Gene 1 Lsdale, Martha Dixon. 
Fourth row: Bobbie Barrett, Bett\ 
Frazier, Palsy Cranford, Christine 
Barber, Mary Williamson, Bill While- 
side, Elizabeth Washburn, Margaret 
A. Whitesell. Fifth row: 11. C. Hud- 
gins, President; Shirley Lytle, Carolyn 
Wilkinson, Ruth Tate, Pansy Liven- 
»uo(l, < laroler ( laudle, Dr. William K. 

l.oeke, Adr/M'r: Miss 1',. \'era Idol, 

Advisor. 




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SPORTS 




COACH VIRGIL VOW 



Our new head coach. Virgil Yow, is a very well known person in the sports world, and also 
among the college officials here at (he college C loach Yow is a graduate of High Point College. 
and was head coach at his Alma Mater for a number of years before lie gave it up to coach in the 
industrial basketball held. After a very hrillanl and successful career in the coaching of industrial 
teams, he returns to 1 1.IM '.. 

(loach Yow lias proved himscll a very capable person, and we are sure that he will put the 
Purple Panthers back at the top of the basketball world. 



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ARTHUR PASCHAL, Athletic Director 

Mr. Paschal who is in charge of the Intra- 
mural Spons mi [lie campus, dirnis ,1 wvV - 
rounded program. Tag football, volleyball, bas- 
ketball, Softball, and a pins>-pon» toiirnainciH 
aniunn the students arc features of the intramural 
athletics. 

Mr. Paschal is also head tennis coach. The 
tennis team coached by Mr. Paschal have been 
North State Champions for the past two years. 




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ABE PALMER. Assistant Coach 

Besides helping coach the Varsity team. Mr. 
Palmer coaches the Junior Varsity and the Golf 
Irani, lie has the important task ol training 
inexperienced basketball players until they are 
experienced enough to play Varsity basketball. 




Tin; varsity baski/ibaij. tf.am 

Seated: Manager, Marty Neustadt; Stan/ting, lejl to right: Bill Simpson. K<'n White, Tony i.isk, Karl Mosteller, 

I'.hiI si.-iiihin, 11 in >ld Sykes, Km Dixon. K<n 1 i .i/i'i . I <>m I'.iv lie, Harold < p. Conrad West, David Moore, ECeni 

Moseley, captain. 

PREVIEW Of '53 -'54 BASKETBALL SEASON 

After last season's surprise championship basketball team under the guidance of Coach Bob 
Davis, the outlook for this year's season is what it was expected to be. High Point College, always 
a high power in the North State Conference, is having the worst season in the history of the in- 
stitution. At the time this news goes to press, it is doubtful if the Panthers will make the Conference 
Tournament, but. who knows, they may have a streak of good luck. 

Coach Virgil Yow is back again at his old Alma Mater after a very successful coaching career 
with the Winston-Salem I lanes Hosiery Girls Team. 

Pacini; the squad of basketball players on this year's team is senior. Captain Kent Moselev. 
and junior, Harold "Slick" Sykes, the only two players who have played consistently. At the 
forward positions, Sykes, Tony Lisk, and two freshmen. Paul Stanton and Harold Crump, arc 
seeing plenty of action. At the center position Bill Simpson and two other freshmen. Ken White 
and Karl Mosteller, are being groomed for very important posts. Kent Moseley and Ken Frazier 
are getting plenty of competition from Conrad West. Roy Dixon, and David Moore. 

Under the capable guidance of Coach Yow, these boys may develop into title contenders by 
tournament time. 



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Stanton shooting against ( Juilforcl 



A figh< for die rebound 



"Let's hustle, bovs ! 



TBHSE MOMENTS 

The game is exciting, the action tense I In 
opposing team calls time out as the Panthers 
move ahead. After a short huddle, the first live 
put their hands together with determined effort 
to keep the score going our way, I here is a 
moment of excitement before the team noes back 
into action, and the game goes on. 





Lisk, Frazicr, Captain Musdrs, Svkcs, Stanton 



fIRST WE 



The first-string basketball tram is doing 
its best to yivc H.RC. a good showing in 
the North State Conference. Members of 
this team are Tony Lisk, Ken Frazier, 
captain Kent Moseley, Harold Syk.es, 
and Paul Stanton. 



"Slick" Sykcs noes hinh in I he 
air u> scon' against McCrari 



Km! Mosele) shows hii^h .scoring ability. 



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BE f ORE THE BIG GAME 



SEASON'S SCORES 



Opponent H.P.C. 

86 High Point "Y" 91 

81 McCrary 51 

61 Guilford College 64 

75 High Point "V" 82 

95 Presbyterian 86 

102 Erskine College. .82 

88 Wofford ..83 

101 Cherry Point Marines ,74 

83 Langley Air Force Ba.se 5 

94 Naval Air Station 66 

71 Atlantic Service Fleet 58 

86 Little Creek 94 

70 McCrary 60 

73 *Guilforcl 64 

80 *AtIantic Christian College 68 

77 *Catawba 7 -> 

97 Enka 67 

*Denotes North State Conference Games 



Opponem 
86 Wofford . 
70 *EIon . . 



H.P.C. 

. .83 
.. .60 



62 * Appalachian . .84 

82 *West Carolina 7n 

10(1 East Carolina g] 

82 *Lenoir Rhyne 63 

78 *AtIantic Christian f,;, 

60 : ' : ( latawba 61 

75 *\Vest Carolina 55 

81 *Elon ^4 

77 *Appalachian -]\ 

95 *Eas( ( larolina i,^ 

72 *Lenoir Rhyne . , 56 

HONORS 

Kent Moseley was selected to the All-Conference for 
his outstanding playing ability and consistent scoring 
record. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 




Front row, left to right: Max Lanmng, Rill Eller, David Moore, Harold Crump, Jack Johnson, and Larry Grisseit. Second 
row: J. C. Bledsoe. Bill Whellcss, Tom Payne, George Wilson, Jimm) Varner and Coach Abe Palmer. 



ACTION AGAINST WESTERN CAROLINA AND LLON 




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TEH MS TEAM 

This is the North State Conference Tennis Championship Irani. High Point College has furnished the champions since 
the beginning of North Slate Tennis Competition. 

Reading left to right are the players who brought us that honor in 1953: Carlos Horcasitas, number 2 man; Mike Reyes- 
Varela, number 1 man, and NSC singles champ; Charles Caudill, number 5 man; Frank Wiggs, injured; Rudy Frazier, num- 
ber 3 man; Dave Embler, number 4 man; Kent Must-Icy, number f> man: Couch Arthur Paschal. 




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These are the boys that brought High Point College second place honors in the annual North State Track Meet. The 
boys with their trophies are, reading first row left to right: Cornelius Liner 100 yard dash; Kent Moselcy, pole vault and 
also the broad jump- Harold Sykes, discus champ (N.S.C. record, 130 ft.); Bobby Woods; Roy Cokerham. high |ump and 
mile; Ken Frazier, 2nd in high hurdles; Bobby Davidson, low hurdles and also the high jump. 

The second row left to right: Charles Caudill, ran 220; Harry Newman. 220; Bill Wright, javelin; Howard Alexander, 
won shotput (39 ft. 5 in.), Duncan Redditt, won half mile: Koy Dawkins, mile; Charles Jarrell, ran one-fourth mile. 



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INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIOHS 




Seated, left to right: Bill Andrews, Bill Routh, Rudy Frazier, Can oil Rabon, James Hillard, Dous; Bartenficld, Vestal Putis. 
Standing: Bob McCarn, Bruce Cooper, Bill Cook, Lewis Jacobs, Jerry Paschal. Tom Mcdhce, Bobby Fulp. 



The 1953 intramural football season ended with the NDM bombers resting in top place in the stand- 
ings. Led by Jerry Paschal's pin-point passing, and surviving a sound thrashing by the hot SPE charges, 
the NDM came out on top to lead the other fraternities in what most sideline critics consider a successful 

season. 

The IKK seems to take its share of the laurels when it comes to winning an intramural honor. This 
hustling team of fraternity athletes won the 1953 intramural Softball championship. Then to add to 
their prestige, they received top honors in the volleyball league. 

The 1953 intramural basketball championship was won by the Travelers coached by the able Sid 
Williams. The Travelers always seem to have a well balanced team plus the needed spark to carry them 
to the top of the final standings. 

These are the teams that won the individual intramural sports, and, without a doubt, each one 
deserved it; however, we cannot fail to give honor to the excellent participation of the other students 
and fraternities. To the winners and to the fraternities, we take this opportunity to thank you for your 
co-operation in keeping intramural sports a competitive student activity at High Point College. 



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INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL AND VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS 




TKE - 
Ralph Vick 
Lvnn Kini;. 



Seated, left In right: Bobby Darden, Jim Stanley, Homey Keene, ken White, Jack Jones. Spencer Smith, 
Coach Kent Moseley, Hooker Hall. Standing: Roy Dixon, Jimmy Varner, J. C. Bledsoe, Ralph Fowler, 



INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

TRAVELERS Kneeling, left to right: Jack McCaslan, Don Ridge, Tom Connelly, Elon Cook, 
W. H. Needham. Standing: (loach Sid Williams, Vestal Potts, Lewis Berrier, James White, James 
Morgan. 




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CHEERLEADERS 







Kneeling: Marie Ess.i, P:iis\ While; Sium/int;: Celeste Anderson, Pat Brendle: Sitting: Don Puntch. 
Carol Liner. 



THE HIGH POINT COLLEGE SPIRIT 

These are the students who lead us during our trials and tribulations at the games. When 
the odds are against us. you find them ready to lead us in a yell. 

During the 1952-53 basketball season (the season we won the NSC tournament) we had 
what was believed to have been the best student attendance ever seen at High Point College. 
This year, even though the chips were down sometimes and the other team always seemed to 
be ahead, the students backed the team in spite of the score. 

The spirit at I ligh Point ( lollege is one that will endure forever in the memories of the students 
who come to the ball games to pull for their team and back them up regardless of the win-loss 
record. Although it is something latent and seemingly intangible, that spirit is brought out when 
it is needed, whether it be a Conference tilt or an intramural game. 

Through the co-operation and participation of the students plus hard work of the players, 
we can make High Point College the number one team in the North State Conference. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




First row, left /» right: Ann VonCannon, Treasurer; Gwen Reddick, President; Eleanor Clapp, 
Vice-President; Frankie Goad, Secretary; Shirley Harris, Vickie Washburn, Caml Liner, Freda Redding. 
Second row; Peggy Brewer, Annette Weathers, Miss Rita Smith, Advisor: Ann ( lockrrham, JoAnne 
Williams, Intramural Manager, Katherine Mayhew, Gaynelle Pennell. Third row: (Catherine Quinn, 
Sue Gamble, Pal Johnson, Bobbie Mullinix. Shirley Swiggett, Flizalieth lYnnman. M;n\ Jean 
Nrwi-Il. 



L nder the capable direction of Miss Smith, the 
W.A.A. participate in the girls' intramurals which 
include speedball, volleyball, ping-pong, basketball. 
badminton, and soft ball. The W.A.A. is planning to 
sponsor a "Playday" here at High Point College with 
other co-ed schools; they also plan to have two outings 
during (he year. Rita L. Smith, the new Women's 
Athletic Director, came to High Point College after 
three years at Pfeiffer Junior College. She received her 
Bachelor of Science Degree from Appalachian College, 
majoring in physical education, and her M.A. Degree 
from U.C.L.A. Her hobby and favorite occupation is 
camping, which she pin-sues during the summer. 




Miss Rrsi v Smi I n 
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PANTHER 

SCRIBES 

Kent Mosrley and Charles 
Maultsby, Sports Co-Editors of the 
1954 Zenith have done an excel- 
lent job in giving us the latest in 
the sporting world. 



Kent Mosrlrv and Charlie Maullx)>v 



during the camk. 



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FEATURES 








MISS HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

as chosen by Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis 



PATSY Will I T. 



Sophuinore 



Charlotte, North Carolina 







Senior 



HELEN SWA RING EN 

Hieh Point, North Carolina 






Junior 



VENETIA WILCOX 

High Point, North Carolina 



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Freshman 



JEAN ( KIFFITH 

Leaksville, North Carolina 



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JOAN CROWDKR. Hii>h I'u.nt, North Carolina 

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MAIDS Of HONOR 

JoANM, U ||. I, | \\|s 



HELEN SWARINGEN 




FRANK IK COAD 



MARY A XX TURNER 



JUNIOR ATTENDANTS 



SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS 



si i, b< k;i,s 



MVR IEE BRANDON 




CELESTE ANDERSON 



DOUGLAS WARREN 



FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS 



SORORITIES 



AND 



FRATERNITIES 




INTER-fRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Firit row, left to right: Bill Wrighi; Arlrn Funs, Vice-President, PiKA. 

Second row: Bcnnic Robbing, Secretary; Fred Hasty, — 'I'll. 

Third row: Robert Latta, Ton> Lisk, AXA. 

Fourth row: Lynn King, Jim Stanley, TKE. 

Fifth row: Ed Small, Doug Nut-wood, blt't 1 . 

Sixth row: Carroll Rabon, Rudy Frazier, I'raidrnl, NUM. 



INTER-SORORITY 
COUNCIL 



Seated, left to right: Frances Robcrson, Jean 
Beaty, Peggy Brewer, \'icr-I'n:\idcitt; Pais\ While, 
Secretary; Sue Gamble, Evelyn Chapman, Treasurer; 
Pal Brendle, Tommie Lou Young, President. 




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Howard Coleman 
President 




Gene Fergueson, Vice-President; Bill Hipps, Treasurer; Henry Medlin, Secretary; Larn Pole, it. Historian; Arlen Puns, Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council Representative; Richard Hensdale, Guard. 




C. E. Branscome, Advisor; A. (i. Paschal, Advisor; K. \\ , Perkins 
Advisor. 



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CHARTERED 1953 

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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Fust row, left to right: John Hiatt, Charles Jarrell, Edmund Lowe, Jack Peacock, Dun Puntch. 
Second row: Bobbv Shook, Maurice Waddell, Hill Wright. 



Tin- Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was chartered 

February ~\ I'fS.V As the first national fraternity on campus, we found a new and 
exciting adventure before us. We, the founders, believe that our efforts have re- 
warded and shall continue to reward both our fraternity and school, and hope 
thai the luUire will brini> the happiness and success that (he past has lelt. 



1, Fun at the party. -. Dream Girl Ball queen. 3. Getting our feet wet. 





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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Phillip Mower) 
Pledge Masiei 




First nav Irfl In n«lit: John Abemathy, James Andrews, Karl Barbour, Joe Beamon, Ro\ Bevan, Bill Browder, 
Herbert Clano '.SV.-W^wr.-'Bob Duncan, Bill Kller. Joe Gibson, Mack Graham, Ralph Hall, Paul Hampton, Linwood 
Harris Third nw: Bob Hun sucker R»i- ">"'"<- '<»' Knox. Max Lamiimr. Robert Lee, K.erl« 



mean, lilll fJN'i". JOC Lrloson, mack tjrraiidiu, ixtiipu nan, raui nampion, unwooa 
., Bob (ones, Joe Rnos, Max 1, aiming, Robert Lee. Rerlee Litterell, Herbert Masten. 

Fourth row To v Murray, diaries Myers, Frank McCullock, Tommy McMahon, Fred Noble, Jaek Parks, Mauniee 

Parrish. Fifth row: Raymond Rodgers, Dick Sale, Don Smith, Jackie Stewart, Lawrence Strange, Cecil Thomas, 
Hill \ onCanon, 



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Mis. Alice White, Faculty Advisor; Tommie Lou Young, President; Helen Swaringen, Vice-President; Shirley 
Swiggett, Secretary; Elizabeth Prettvman, Treasurer. 




PHI MU 




First row, left to right: Celeste Anderson, Gail Keek, Nancy Blair, Sue BuE;gs, 
\[\iile Br..unlii[[. s,-n>it'l it<n-: l J iit Brendle, Pegg) Briggs, Jane Edwards, Barbara 
Going, Bett\ Lmi Hipps. Third row: Jackie Hoover, Nancy Johnson, Jane Jones, 
Toni Kellis. 



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ACTIVITIES 












1, Charter members. 2. Happ\ Pled" 



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Mrs. White and the Sii; [Ops, 4. [retaliation day. 




First row, left to right: Bets\ Lippard, Laura Lisk, Betn Lou Rose, Pal Smith, 
Shirley Stout. Second ><•!•- Canil Thompson, Betty I y singer, Ann VonCannon, 
Virginia Walker, Douglas Warren. Third row: Lib Watson, Carolyn Webb, Venetia 
Wilcox, JoAnne Williams. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

N. C. ETA, CHARTERED 1953 





First 
dent; Boli 
Set retai y; 

Mtt> thai. 



row, left In right: Barry New.suinr, l'r,-.uii,:nl; Cvi >ru,r Anns! rung, Vice-Presi- 

Garroll, Comptroller; Fred Hasty, Historian. Second row: Louie Eanrle, 

Koy Davvkins, Guard; Libby Bell, Senior Marshal; Jimmy Scott, Junior 




f-'int row, left to right: David Abernathy, John Burton, Jim Hunter, Cornelius 
Liner. Second rou'. Benny Martin, W. H. Needham, Charles Pruett, Bennie Robbins. 
Third row: Robert Ross, Harold Sykes, Charles WUliford. 



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PLEDGES 




First row, left to right: Paul Bouldin, Charles Case, Jack Cox, Frank Daniels, Ruben Dockery, David Embler. 

( inline l'Yr«USUll. 



Second row: Garland Gammon, Carl Godfrey, Sam Haywood, John Mann, Jnhii Pow 
Jimm) Reavis, 



J. P. Pllgh. 

Third row: Clayton Reid, Bobb\ Scott, George Shepherd, Paul Stanton, Gilberl Waggoner, Durwood Wiggins. 



SIG EP SIDELINES 




1. New sign. 2. Maestro Thornton. 3. Blood Donors. 4. Football runners-up. 5. Alter supper. 6. Johnn\ Jr. and 
the brothers. 7. Sig Ep Songsters. 8. The morning after. 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 

ORGANIZED 1928 










■Sue (iaml)lc, fiiM/Irtit; (crr\ Anderson, 
I ice- President. 










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June Rogers, Secretary; Pu i Johnson, Treasurer; Carolyn Featherston, Corresponding 
Secretary; Ann Cockerham, Publicity Manager. 



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First row, left to rig/it: Irrna Best, Eleanor Clapp, Sylvia Craddock, Jahala Eudy, Pat Francis. 
Frankic Goad. 

Second rmv: Ji'Jin Griffith. Nhirle\ Harris, Bett\ Jo Honeycutt, Faye Kendall, Margaret Pritchard, 
K.kIi\ Ouiiiu. 

Third row: Gwen Reddeck, Freda Aim Reddine, Rita Ward, Vickie Washburn, Pats% White, 




1. June, Jerry, and Carolyn. 2. Lei's eat. 3. "This Chicken's good!" -I. Sadie Hawkins Day, 

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TAU KAPPA EPS/LON 





First row, left to right; David Wagoner, President; Bill Anderson, Vice-President; 
Bill Booker, Secretary; David Moore, Treasurer. 

Si, mill line: Gene Snyder, Historian; Lynn King, Chaplain; Hooker Hull. Pledge 
Trainer; Bill Simpson, Sergeant-at-Arms. 




First row, left to right: John Hawkins, Kenl Most-lew Leroy Sellers. Spencer Smith Harrv Tesh 
J. C. Bledsoe. ' ' 

Second row: Bernis Cochran, Bob Darden, Ro\ Dixon, Roberl Fowler, Jack Jones. Kenneth Keene. 

Third row: Tom Kirby, Jimmie Newman, Don Roberts, Jim Stanley, Thomas Underwood 
Bobby Valentine. 

Fourth row: Jimmie Varner, Ralph Yick, Bill Whelless, Ken White. Roger Williams 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



ACTIVITIES 




The Iota Tau Kappa Fraternity was founded in l')2 7 . just three years after 
the founding of Hiidi Point College. We were colonized Monday, March 24, 1953 
as the Tau Kappa Colony ul the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. 



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THETA PHI 

ORGANIZED 1927 















Peggy Brewer, President; Jane Shelton, Vice-President; Merle Cloninger, Secretary: 
Marie L.ssa, Treasurer. 




First line, trfi in right: Evelyn Chapman, Joan Crowder, Sue Gary. Ruin Hallman, Beverly Heavner. 
Second row: Vivian Honeycutt, Mary Lou Lanier. Carol Liner, Lorraine McGurrv, Mary Stnder. 
Third row: Ann Swanson, Maxinc Swaringen, Julia Tillman, Judy Williams. 



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SNAPSHOTS 




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/OUISQUy 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




Ef!P3P 



First row, left to right: T. G. Madison, President; L. C. Ellis, Vice-President; 
Dun McNeill. 

Second row: I', ml Nash, Treasurer; Bobby Gandy, Pledgi Master; Sid Proctor, 
Pledee Trainer; Torn Beaver, Social Chairman. 




l-'trst line. If ft In uji/tt: 
Kent Brendle, Travis 
Hanos, Phil Haywood, 
Jerry Kcnnerly. 

Second row: Robert 
I ,atta, Tony I.isk, Paul 
Murphy, Joe Widen- 
house. 



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Ernest Bal 

President 



Max [)a\ is 
I it i •President 



1 on mi \ Sessons 
Secretary 




PLEDGES 




First row, left to right: Jimmy Brown. Bill Buchanan, nun { xanlord, Floyd Craven. 
Second row: David Francis, \Ws]r\ (i,i\nof, Alvic Isrnhuur, Rodney Morrison. 
Third row: Freddie Purdue, Jerry Slaunwhite,Bob Smith, Alton Ward, Paul White. 



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LAMBDA ALPHA PHI 








First row, left to rig/it: Frances Roberson, President; Vera Parks, Vice-President; Helen Dickinson, Secretary, 
Pal Marl in. Treasurer. 

Second row: Mis. George Perry, Advisor; Mrs. K. I,. Proctor, Honorary Member. 




SNAPSHOTS 




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First row, Irft to right: Carolyn Adkins, Jean Bcaty, Barbara Benson, Elizabeth Clapp, 
\'ir.efinia Craven. 

Second row: Doris Ann Davis, Delorcs Doclsim, Ellen Faulkner, Marie Fogleman, Mere- 
dith Gallimore. 

Third row: Sarah Hamilton, Betty Hayworth, Martha Henson, \anrv Kirhv. M;uih;i 
Luck. 

Fourth rotv: Mary Alice Milbury, Mary Jean Newell, Pat Osborne, Pal Peacock, Faye 
Peedin. 

Fifth row: Marie Pugh, Edith Rollins, JoAnne Short, Dot Thompson, Man' Ann Turner, 

Sixth row: Elizabeth Washburn, Elizabeth Wiles, [da Lee Wiles. Man Williamson. 



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EPSILOH ETA PHI 

FOUNDED 1927 




First row, left to right: Doug Norwood, President; Tom Oliarpin", \'icc-i'icudnil; Wall Krewsun. Secre- 
tary; Edward Small, Treasurer; Nick Siriotis, Scribe. 

Second > <m-: Dick Owms, Intra-Fraternity Council Representative; Robert Terrell, Pledge Master. 




First row, lejt to right: Kenneth Andrews. Robert Apperson, Gattis Bullard, John Cooper, Carl 
I (msell, Bobb) Dyer. 

Second row: Bill Hedrick, Bob Hedrick, David Holt, Jimmie Kennedy, Robert Kirknian, Robert 
Massey. 

Third row: Joe Misenheimer, Alton Munn, James Queen, Van Rich, Don Spencer, Doug Swaim. 

Fourth row: Vernon Wilson, I,ac\ Williams. Roberi Walker, Joseph Wade. 





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Pledge master 
and Preside n l 



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H. D. M. 




CLUB 




First row, left to right: Mrs. Arthur Paschal, Mother. 

Second row: Rudy l'Vazicr, \' ice-President; Robert McCam, Secretary; Kenneth Frazier, President; 
Carrol) Rabon, Treasurer; William Routh, Corresponding Secretary. 




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First row, left to right: Lewis Jacobs, Conrad West, Mike Reyes, Carlos Horcasitos, Sidney Lanier, 
Jimmy Milliard. 

Second row: Dons; ( 'uo|mt, Bill Hullisicr, Lany (irissi-n, Bruce Cooper, Bill Andrews, Jerry Paschal. 

Third mil 1 : Jack Beck. Hardy Tew, Paul (ones, Vincent Leong, Bill Cook. 



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H.VM ACTIVITIES 



The Annual Banquet V la date. 



"Ma" Paschal, Martha Proctor, and Jahala Eudy on NDM 
Alumni Dav. 



West, Mouth, and family. 
Martha and Rudv 



"Hold him tight, Janet." 
The painter and his bucket. 



The officers at the banquet. 







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fane) Snyder, President; Marie Venal:) 
Mar\ Katherinc Page, Treasurer. 



Vice- President i Patsy Cranford, Secretary; 




EPSILON SIGMA OMICRON 

ORGANIZED 1953 




First row, left to right: Harried Dull, Maxinc Hayworth, Dora Huss, fackie Push. 

Second row: Mrs. Lois Livingston, Gladys Robcrisan. Hcii\ Windham, Miss 
Margaret ( 'ollins. 



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faculty and Staff 



Miss Louise Adams, 516 N. Wrcnn, High Point 

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

Miss Katherine Anderson, Woman's Hall, High Point College 

High Point 
Mr. A. R. Barker, 406 Morton, Thomasville 
Dr. Madie Ward Barrett, 215 Wilson Rd., Greensboro 
Dr. Helen R. Bartlett, Centreville, Md. 
Mrs. Alda T. Berry, Lovvrys, S. CI. 
Miss Clarice Bowman, Ecker Apts., High Point 

Mr. C. E. Branscome, Wm. and Mary Apts., No. 23B, High Point 
Miss Marcella Carter, 901 Montlieu Ave, High Point 
Mr. H. E. Coble, 901 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Miss Margaret Collins, Collegeboro, Ga. 
Dr. Eugene J. Coltrane, Jamestown 
Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, 821 W. College Dr., High Point 
Mr. Richard Cox, 509 Chestnut St., High Point 
Dr. E. O. Cummings, Rt. 2, Emerywood Estates, High Point 
Mr. Richard S. Dale, 412 Otteray Dr., High Point 
Mrs. Richard S. Dale, 412 Otterary Dr., High Point 
Miss Jane De Spain, 10601 Old Georgetown Rd., Rockville Md. 
Dr. S. C. Deskins, Rt. 8, Box 374, Greensboro 
Mrs. Mary Fearing, Main St., Elizabeth City 
Miss Ernestine Fields, 1211 Delk Dr., High Point 
Mrs. Frances Gaynor, 2405 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 
Mr. W. H. Guyer, Jamestown 
Dr. John A. Hager, Jamestown 
Dr. Ben H. Hill," 1202 Cedrow Ave., High Point 
Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, 902 Rotary Dr., High Point 



Dr. George H. Hobart, 603 W. Farriss Ave., High Point 

Mrs. W. G. Holt, 27 Cranford Rd., Malbourn Hills, Ashcville 

Miss E. Vera Idol, Emerywood C.'t. Apt. E 1 A, High Point 

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

Mrs. Lois Livingston, 107 Andrew Ave., Hcightsvillc, Texas 

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

Dr. Lincoln Lorcnz, 3605 Parkwood Dr., Greensboro 

Mrs. Ruth McDaniel, Woman's Hall, High Point College, High. Point 

Dr. James W. MofTitt, 2601 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Mr. Abe Palmer, 1132 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Mr. Arthur Paschal, Glendon 

Mrs. Arthur Paschal, Glendon 

Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 318 S. Hamilton, High Point 

Dr. Kenneth W. Perkins, 821 Circle Dr., High Point 

Mrs. Betty S. Perry, 416 South Boylan Ave., Raleigh 

Dr. C. Excelle Rozzelle, 898 Lynwood Ave., Winston-Salem 

Mrs. Mona Saunders, Rt. 6, Crestwood Ct., High Point 

Miss Rita Smith, Wm. and Mary Apts., No. 1 5 A, High Point 

Miss Rebecca Snider, 817 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Miss Ruth Steelman, 1315 W. Wendover Ave., Greensboro 

Mr. Grady H. Whicker, 2601 E. Lexington, High Point 

Mrs. C. L. Whitakcr, 805 W. Circle Dr., High Point 

Mrs. Alice Paige White, Emerywood Court Apts., High Point 

Mr. Arthur B. Williams, P.O. Box 1731, 212 Model Farm Rd., 

High Point 
Mr. Arthur S. Withers, 1105 Cedrow, High Point 
Mr. N. P. Yarborough, 1431 Wilshire Blvd., High Point 
Mr. Virgil Yow, 101 W. Howell St., High Point 



Senior Class 



Albertson, Paul Allen, Jr., Rt. 5, High Point 

Allgood, Johnnie Powell, 221 Westdale Ave., Winston-Salem 

Anderson, Clyde Benjamin, 819 Putnam Ave., High Point 

Auman, George Elton, Box 103, Axton, Va. 

Beaver, Tom, 402 E. Farriss, High Point 

Berrier, James Clifton, 3720 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 

Brendle, Kent Fleming, Archdale 

Brewer, Peggy B., Peachland 

Bridger, Donald Gene, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Broome, Earnest Lindley, 217 Idol St., High Point 

Broome, Frank Young, 217 Idol St., High Point 

Browder, William Luther, Germanton 

Brown, Harold Alvin, 601 Granby St., High Point 

Buchanan, Baird Lee, 213 W. Ray St., High Point 

Bullock, Mary Ann, 310 W. Ave., Kannapolis 

Campbell, Kenneth Groce, Rt. 1, Yadkinville 

Cannon, Archie Doye, 14-A Clara Cox Apts., High Point 

Caudle, Ann Carolee, Rt. 1, Peachland 

Charping, Tom Monroe, 373 Louise Ave., High Point 

Clodfelter, Bobby Ray, 2106 Baltimore Ave., High Point 

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

Coleman, Howard Luther, 69 Fenix, Concord 

Craven, Virginia Mae, Franklinville 

Crowder, Constance Joan, 309 Steele St., High Point 

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

Davis, Max Wayne, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 

Dickinson, Helen Frances, Rt. 5, Asheboro 

Dixon, Martha Jean, 1012 High Land Ave., Hendersonville 

Eargle, Harry Louie, Box 75, Waxhaw 

Eller, Melba Dean, Rt. 1, Millers Creek 

Ellis, L. C. Rt. 3, Mocksville 

Essa, Marie, 125 Mclver St., Greensboro 

Farlow, Theron Duane, Sophia 

Faulkner, Joe Raymond, 1111 Charles St., Winston-Salem 

Faulkner, Lola Ellen, 1953 Woodcrest, Charlotte 

Ferguson, Gene Wilson, Box 5104, Mayodan 

Fogleman, Blanche Marie, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Frazier, O. Rudolph, Jr., 912 Willowbar Terrace, High Point 

Hall, James Thomas, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

Hanes, Travis Flay, Rt. 2, Glemmons 

Hasty, Fred Grief, Rt. 1, Cameron 

Hayworth, Betty Eugene, 701 E. Commerce, High Point 

Hilton, Leighton Kenneth, 505 Julian Ave., Thomasville 

Hudgins, H. C, Jr., Hobbsville 

Hughes, Leonard Arthur, Jr., Manor Dr., Rt. 6, High Point 

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

Jones, Robert Blanton, 323 Blanch St., Clayton 



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

Kennedy, James H., Rt. 3, Box 109, Thomasville 

King, Lynn Grey, Dublin 

Kirby, Nancy Ridge, Rt. 3, High Point 

Krewson, Walter Henry, Jr., 720 Hoover, Asheboro 

Leatherman, Betty Jane, Rt. 2, Vale 

Liner, Cornelius Ewell, Box 381, Hillsboro 

Lisk, Vernon W., Mt. Gilead 

Lowe, Willis Edmund, 2206 Hansel! St., High Point 

Lowery, Charles Donald, Avondale 

McGhee, Thomas Fred, 206 Ward St., High Point 

Martin, Benny Worth, 914 Chestnut, High Point 

Mayhew, Catherine Durham, 212 S. Mulberry, Cherryville 

Medlin, Henry C'lco, Jr., 158 N. Church St., Concord 

Meredith, Allen Loman, 942 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

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

Morgan, James Redfern, Chemical St., Winston-Salem 

Moseley, Kent Stewart, Rt. 1 , Stonevillc 

Nance, Fred Norman, 2629 Church St., Greensboro 

Needham, Edwin Garber, 427 S. Race St., Statesville 

Needham, W. H., Jr., Ether 

Newell, Mary Jean, Rt. 6, Box 1 88-C, High Point 

Newsome, Barry Hodges, Box 444, Enfield 

Norwood, Douglas James, 303 Church St., Belmont 

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

Parks, Vera Jean, Seagrove 

Paschal, Jerry Drew, High Point College, High Point 

Ferryman, Alfred Eugene, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Pierce, William Robert, Shiloh 

Pons, Arlen Dane, 414 Willowbrook, High Point 

Poteat, Laurence Edward, Jr., 812 S. Yadkin Ave., Spencer 

Pritchard, Garland Porter, 113 Worth, Asheboro 

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

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

Reddeck, Gwen Janet, 2200 Edgewood, High Point 

Rhinchart, Charles A., Farmer 

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

Riddle, Faber William, 131 S. Road, High Point 

Robbins, Bennie Lee, Trinity 

Roberson, Frances Lee, Rt. 1, Snow Camp 

Rollins, Mary Edith, Box 4, Central Falls 

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

Routh, William Eugene, 413 Routh Circle, Greensboro 

Rudisill, Lander Raymond, 403 Lane, Kannapolis 

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

Siriotis, Nicholas George, 1330 N. First St., Winston-Salem 

Smith, Allen Phalnso, Spencer Ave., High Point 



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Smith, Carrie Lucille, Rt. 1, Guilford 

Smith, James Corven, Rt. 2, Kerncrsville 

Smith, Patricia H., Kelly 

Snyder, Glctis Eugene, 538 Ransom Rd., Winston-Salem 

Snyder, Janet Elizabeth, Rt. 3, High Point 

Stephens, James Jarvis, 1115 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Stutts, Audrey Jean, Box 267, Robbins 

Swaim, Paid Douglas, 2615 Waughtown, Winston-Salem 

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

Swaringen, Helen Maxine, 343 Vance St., Concord 

Terrell, Robert Jones, Yaneeyville 

Thompson, Elaine Dorothy, 806 Sixth St., High Point 

Tisdale, Walter Eugene, Box 1 3, Saxapahaw 



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

Wade, Joseph Donald, 503 S. Main, High Point 

Walker, Robert Lee, 123 N. Cherry St., Winston-Salem 

Washburn, Elizabeth Jane, Bostic 

West, Conrad M., 1334 W. Fourth, Winston-Salem 

White, James Kenneth, 4212 S. Main, Winston-Salem 

Wiclcnliouse, Martha Anne, Box 644, Rt. 8, Greensboro 

Wiles, Elizabeth Marie, Box 20, Worthville 

Wilkinson, Carolyn HcfTner, Maiden 

Williams, James Sid, 242 E. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 

Williams, Jo Ann, 505 Harding St., Raleigh 

Williamson, Mary Ethelyn, Rt. 1, Nakina 

Young, Tominie Lou, 305 Hillcrest Dr., High Point 



Junior Class 



Abernathy, David Myles, Box 353, Connelly Springs 

Adkins, Betty Carolyn, Rt. 4, Statesville 

Andrews, Robert Kenneth, 507 Flint St., High Point 

Armstrong, George Herbert, Box 245, Mount Gilead 

Bailey, Bobby Rae, 403 Council St., Thomasville 

Beaty, Mary Eugenia, Rt. 2, Cleveland 

Beck, Herman C, 1011 Fairfield Rd., High Point 

Blair, Nancy Purvis, Archdale 

Booker, Bill Ray, Rt. 1, Box 44-B, High Point 

Brady, Elizabeth Ann, Box 128, Rural Hall 

Brendle, Pat Gunter, Archdale 

Brown, Jimmy Zackary, 1709 Fifth St., Burlington 

Bruce, Robert A., 410 W. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Bullock, Evander Burns, 105 Jaycee Terrace, Marion 

Bunn, Paul Grayson, 407 Albright Ave., Graham 

Burris, Annie Laurie, Rt. 4, Albermarle 

Burton, John Matthew, Rt. 3, Reidsville 

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

Cloninger, Merle Lee, Box 758, Paw Greek 

Cockerham, Julia Ann, Dobson 

Cox, Justin Brantlin, Jr., Seagrove 

Dixon, Herbert Dale, 208 N. Sims, Kings Mountain 

Dulin, Max Wade, 1014 Mortan Road, Spray 

Easterling, Nelda Jeannine, 406 N. Randolph, Rockingham 

Edwards, Barbara Jane, 2341 Greenway, Charlotte 

Edwards, Bryanleen, 426 Melbourne Ct., Charlotte 

Eller, William Whitney, Jr., 907 Silver Ave., Greensboro 

Eubanks, Roy L. Wm. and Mary Apts., High Point, 

Everett, Paula Jeanne, 3206 Guam Dr., Tarawa Terr., Camp Lejeune 

Featherstone, Carolyn, 707 Reams Ave., Roxboro 

Fowler, Robert Gene, Norwood 

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

Fulp, Robert Parker, Rt. 2, Trinity 

Gandy, Robert Leroy, Jr., 356 S. Spring St., Concord 

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

Gideons, Carolyn Joyce, Willard 

Goad, Frankie Dean, Rt. 1, Madison 

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

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

Hancock, Donald Lloyd, P.O. Box 256, Archdale 

Haywood, Andrew Perry, Rt. 5, Asheboro 

Hayworth, Cora Maxine, Rt. 2, High Point 

Hedrick, Bobby Brice, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Hedrick, Billy Bruce, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Henson, Martha Jeanne, Vilas 

Hill, Galen Martin, 422 Chatauqua Ave., Portsmouth, Ya. 

Hipps, Betty Wofford, Walkertown 

Hipps, William A., Rt. 1, Candler 

Holt, David Henry, 711 Holly St., Asheboro 

Hunter, Robert Ransom, 3706 Indiana Ave., Winston-Salem 

Huss, Dora Ella, Rt. 3, Vale 

Ingram, Herbert Waddell, 14 Park Ave., Wadesboro 

Isenhour, Alvie Lee, Rt. 9, Concord 

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

Jarrell, Charles Tillman, Jr., 112 S. Seventh St., Wilmington 

Johnson, Nancy Davis, 611 Stirling, Greensboro 

Jones, Paul Hammond, Rt. 4, Martinsville, Va. 

Joyner, John Franklin, Rt. 2, Y'anceboro 

Lopez, Juan, 4 Marcelino Sola St., Caguas, Puerto Rico 

Love, Mary Catherine, Rt. 13, Concord 

Luck, Martha Joann, Seagrove 

MacArthur, James Franklin, Early Ave., Draper 

McDaniel, Ruth Owen, Pinnacle 

McNeill, Donald, 206 Edgeworth, High Point 



Mabry, Dwight Elwood, Rt. 2, Norwood 

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

Madison, T '. G., 1105 Thissell, High Point 

Martin, Pattie Sue, Rt. 2, Box 143, Denton 

Massey, Robert Lee, Shacklefords, Va. 

Maultsby, Charles Vernon, Wm. and Mary Apt. C-54, High Point 

Mayo, Leonard Edward, 1506 Mimosa, Goldsboro 

Miller, Donald Webster, 301 Perfection Ave., Belmont 

Misenheimer, Joe Neal, 708 Aureole St., Winston-Salem 

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

Morgan, Betty Lou, Richfield 

Mullinix, Bobbie Tredessa, Rt. 1, Box 97, Troy 

Murphy, Paul T., 104 Paisley, Greensboro 

Murray, Betty Sue, Rt. 1, Staley 

Nash, Paul Gray, 222 Buffalo, Statesville 

Owens, Richard Hutchens, Jamestown 

Peace, William Darrell, 1011 Terrell Dr., High Point 

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

Potts, Vestal, Jr., Rt. 1, Advance 

Prettyman, Elizabeth, 708 Westwood, High Point 

Proctor, Sidney E., Jr., 502 W. Fifth Ave., Lexington 

Pruett, Charles Fred, 205 W. Oakdale St., Mt. Airy 

Ragan, Robert Joe, Box 86, Thomasville 

Rcid, Clayton Lee, 126 Kennilworth Dr., High Point 

Reiff, Gerald N., 1201 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Reyes Varela, Miguel Angel, 13 de Septiembre No. 51, Mexico 

City, Mexico 
Robichaux, George Simmons, 1105 Greenway Dr., High Point 
Rogers, June, 916 E. Park Ave., Charlotte 
Rogers, Percy Marvin, 519 N. Hamilton St., High Point 
Samuel, Nancy Anne, 1901 N. Main, High Point 
Scott, Jimmy Tyson, Salisbury St., Asheboro 
Sellers, Leroy, Rt. 4, Box 18, High Point 
Shoaf, Ted Byron, 601 Market St., Lexington 
Short, Jo Anne Beeson, Rt. 1, Sophia 
Singleton, Jim, Pell City, Ala. 

Slaunwhite, Jerry Lockhart, 2419 Beechridge Rd., Riley 
Small, Edward Stanley, 807 Laurel St., Conway, S. C. 
Smathers, Vance Alva, 1905 Madison, Greensboro 
Sneeden, Faith, 2408 Metts Ave., Wilmington 
Spencer, Donald Delano, 312 Greer St., High Point 
Stephens, Ray Columbus, Hamptonville 
Swiggett, Shirley Ann, Rt. 5, High Point 
Tanner, Robert Williams, Harllee St., Marion, S C 
Tate, Ruth Iva, Rt. 2, Ellenboro 
Tesh, Julius Harry, 8 West Guilford, Thomasville 
Thayer, Isobel Annette, 1504 Carolina, High Point 
Thornton, Gerald Mitchell, 1938 Hinshaw "St., Winston-Salem 
Tuggle, Mary Ellen, 707 W. Green, High Point 
Turner, Mary Ann, Rt. 2, Danville, Va. 
Yenable, Margaret Marie, Rt. 6, High Point 
Vick, Ralph Gwinn, Norwood 

Waddell, Maurice Alexander, Box 26, Fair Bluff 
Waggoner, Gilbert Power, Franklin St., Mt. Airy 
Walker, Odell Franklin, Clara Cox Apts., 33 Park St., High Point 
Ward, Mary Coleen, 1317 Long St., High Point 
Watson, Elizabeth Douglas, 125 Noler Ave., Asheboro 
Way, Maxwell Monroe, Box 448, Carthage 
Webb, Carolyn Mae, 311 Whittier St., High Point 
Whitener, Nancy Carolyn, Rt. 1, Box 227," Hickory 
Wiggs, Frank Donald, Box 525, Smithfield 
Wilcox, Venetia Eileen, 812 Westwood, High Point 
Wiles, Ida Lee, Box 20, Worthville 
Wilson, Margaret Ray, Box 44, Bald Creek 
Wright, Bill Franklin, 2204 English St., High Point 



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Sophomore Class 



Anderson, Geralcline Inez, Box 2027, Charlotte 

Anderson, William Harvey, 515 Park Ave., Durham 

Andrews, James Marshall, 800 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids 

Apperson, Robert Martin, 1604 Donne St., Winston-Salem 

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

Barbour, Earl G., Carthage 

Bartenfeld, Douglas Louis, 526 Worth Ave., High Point 

Beck, Walter Jack, 1311 Forrest Ave, High Point 

Bell, Libby Henry, 1105 Elizabeth St., Durham 

Bell, Sally Anne, Box 221, Spruce Pine 

Benson, Barbara Ann, Box 24, Woodleaf 

Bevan, Roy Richard, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Black, Arthur Lee, 221 Fairfield Rd., High Point 

Boggs, Etta Sue, 604 Venus Drive, Kamiapolis 

Bost, William Eugene, 332 Gorrell St., Greensboro 

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

Brandon, Myrtle Lee, 1800 S. Main, Winston-Salem 

Burton, Joan Lou, 200 Center Church Rd., Lcaksville 

Carroll, Robert David, Box 548, Hillsboro 

Clapp, Hubert Monroe, 1310 ] o N. Main St., High Point 

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

Clinard, Hubert Conrad, 115 Miller St., Thomasville 

Clinard, Robert Miller, 109 Miller St., Thomasville 

Cochran, Bernis Lee, 904 N. Hamilton St., High Point 

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

Cook, Elon Saunders, Washburn Ave., Spray 

Cook, William Henry, 160 E. New York Ave., Southern Pines 

Cooper, Edwin Bruce, 1213 East Blvd., Charlotte 

Cooper, James Douglas, 1218 Delk Dr., High Point 

Courie, Ramona, 605 College, Kinston 

Cranford, Patsy Jane, Rt. 3, Denton 

Craven, Kathryn Lea, Rt. 2, High Point 

Cross, Charles Howard, 2210 Hansell, High Point 

Culler, Fred Gordon, 801 Arlington Ave., High Point 

Darden, Robert Troy, Spring Lake 

Davis, Doris Ann, Rt. 1, Randleman 

Dawkins, Koy Ellis, Box 178, Rockingham 

DeShazo, Lucille Gail, Mayodan 

Dodson, Anna Delores, Rt. 1, Sandy Ridge 

Duff, Harriet Virginia, Milton 

East, John Wendell, 1232 Pleasant View Dr., Winston-Salem 

Embler, David Celton, 404 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Evans, Coy Darwin, Magnolia 

Farlow, Colon Wayne, 229 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Feeney, Mary Aston, 814 Woodrow, High Point 

Fishel, Florence Beatrice, Rt. 8, Lexington 

Francis, David Lee, 904 Elk Spur St., Elkin 

Gallimore, Meredith Laura, Rt. 3, Ashcboro 

Gamble, Mary Sue, Waxhaw 

Gary, Sue Allison, Box 993, Winston-Salem 

Haithcock, Peggy Rose, 601 Denny St., High Point 

Hall, Luther Ronald, 818 Magnolia Ct., High Point 

Hamilton, Sara Frances, Rt. 1 , Troy 

Harrell, Quita Joy, 511 Nicholson St., Clinton 

Hawkins, John C, Cedar Grove 

Haynes, Donald Williams, Rt. 4, Reidsvillc 

Haynes, Lucy Belle, Rt. 2, High Point 

Haywood, Phil A., 177 S. Spring St., Concord 

Heavner, Beverly Jane, Rt. 2, Vale 

Heckard, Martin William, Jr., Box A 1083, Liberty 

Hensdale, Richard L., 1103 Hay St., Fayetteville 

Hiatt, Geneva Nifong, Rt. 1 , Lexington 

Hiatt, Johnny Austin, 501 Randolph St., Thomasville 

Hilliard, James Wesley, Rt. 3, Asheboro 

Holland, Jo Ann, 514 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Hollister, William Lewis, Rt. 8, Box 644, Greensboro 

Honeycutt, Jean Hepler, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Honeycutt, Vivian Elayne, 306 S. Juniper St., Kannapolis 

Horcasitas, Carlos Octavio, Puebla 247, Mexico City, Mexico 

Hughes, Harold Miller, Rt. 2, High Point 

Hull, Floyd Stowc, 44 Catawba Ave., Lincolnton 

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

Johnson, Gaston Astute, 228 Edgedale Dr., High Point 

Johnson, Patricia Yvonne, 110 S. Cherry, Asheboro 

Jones, Franklin Delano, 606 Virginia Ave., Spray 

Jones, Robert Myron, Rt. 2, Trinity 

Julian, Alfredo Jorge, Box 391, Rt. 1, Asheboro 

Keene, Oker Kenneth, Coats 

Kennedy, Nancy Jo, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Kennerly, Jerry Ray, 61 Lenmore Dr., Concord 



Knox, Joseph Clyde, Jr., 1228 S. Live Oak Parkway, Wilmington 

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

Lanier, Mary Lou, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

Lanier, Sidney Frank, Denton 

Lawson, Margaret S., Lawsonville 

Lee, Joseph Glass, 819 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Lemons, J. Lee, Rt. 1 , Stokesdale 

Leonard, Irene Meekins, 600 W. Lexington, High Point 

Leong, Vincent Wcng Leng, 1, Kinta Gardens, Ipoh, Perak, Malaya 

Lineberger, Patricia Anne, 10 West Klutz St., Maiden 

Loving, Sandra Paul, 213 Pine St., High Point 

McCain, Robert Frank, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

McCaslin, Jack Faye, West Main, Maiden 

McC'ullock, D. Frank, Box 434, Lexington 

McCurry, Hilda Lorraine, Rudisill St., Chcrryville 

McDougle, Warren Ray, 924 Walker St., FJizabethton, Tcnn. 

Marr, Laura Jean, 1400 E. Green St., High Point 

Martin, Sara Rebecca, Mayodan 

Milbury, Mary Alice, 17 Cecil St., Dover, Delaware 

Moore, David Odell, 404 South St., High Point 

Moore, Elaine, Walnut Cove 

Moran, Clifton Omega, Rt. 1, Jamestown 

Mowery, Phillip Van, 102 Louise Ave., High Point 

Munn, George Alton, 327 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Murray, James Thompson, 1960 Maryland Ave., Charlotte 

Murray, Mary Elizabeth, Box 502, Franklin 

Orrcll, Bessie Marie, Stokesdale 

Owens, Ronald Lee, Jefferson 

Page, Mary Katherine, Rt. 2, Yass 

Parks, Jack Francis, Rt. 1, Climax 

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

Pcedin, Agnes Faye, Box 518, Selma 

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

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

Proctor, Martha Frances, 2013 Wilson St., Durham 

Pugh, James Paul, Jr., 514 Ashland Dr., Greensboro 

Pugh, Marie Beeson, S. Fayetteville, Asheboro 

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

Richardson, Cornelia Jane, Rt. 1, Sophia 

Ross, Robert Lawrance, 684 Wilson St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Rufty, John Mathias, Rt, 2, Box 177, Kannapolis 

Saintsing, Bennie, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

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

Scott, Bobby Franklin, Spray 

Shelton, Jane Caswell, 511 DeSoto, Kannapolis 

Shepherd, George Edward, 501 Pilot Ave., Fayetteville 

Shook, Bob W., 1812 Gilbert St., High Point 

Skidmore, Isabell, Mt. Gilead 

Smith, Barbara, Archdale 

Smith, Helena, Rt. 5, Box 21, High Point 

Smith, Spencer Richard, Norwood 

Smits, Peter, Box 308-B, Pfafftown 

Snyder, Mary Grace, Rt. 1, Pinnacle 

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

Stedman, Nancy Elizabeth, Pittsboro 

Stepp, Hestley Danard, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

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

Straughn, William Brent, Walkertown 

Stuart, Mary McNeill, 331 Nathan Hunt Dr., High Point 

Swanson, Claudette Ann, Cherry St., Mt. Airy 

Sykes, William Harold, 308 Cherry Grove, Durham 

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

Tillman, Julia Ann, 510 W. Second St., Chcrryville 

Tysingcr, Betty Ann, 210 Stone, Thomasville 

Lmdcrwood, Thomas Jeffery, 520 Denny St,, High Point 

Valentine, Bobby Joe, 401 Ridgecrest Dr., High Point 

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

Walker, Virginia Anne, 233 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

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

Ward, Rita Jane, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Washam, Mickey Franklin, Box 105, Davidson 

Washburn, Martha Ann, Madison 

Washburn, Yicki Dean. Rt. 3, Madison 

White, Patricia Ann, 2505 Ringwood Ave.. Charlotte 

White, William Rayvon, 807 Olympia St., Lexington 

Whiteside, Billy Mac, Rt. 1, Matthews 

Widt-nhouse, Joe Woodrow, 181 E. Corban St., Concord 

Williams, Lacy, Jr., Star Mont 

WilJiford, Charles Buchanan, 107 Sherman Dr., Fayetteville 

Workman, Kenneth Paul, Rt. 2, Thomasville 



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freshman Class 



Abelcs, Elliott, 712 W. Farriss, High Point 

Aberncthy, John Clifford, 2147 Country Club Dr., Raleigh 

Albcrtson, Larry Dean, Rt. 5, High Point 

Anderson, Clarol Celeste, Rt. 2, Lexington 

Anderson, Charles Gilliam, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Andrews, William Ross, Rt. 1, Concord 

Ball, Ernest Harold, 247 Spruce St., Moorcsvillc 

Barber, Emma Christine, Box 28, Linwnod 

Barbour, Patricia Anne, 1608 Angler Ave., Durham 

Barker, Betty Jean, Rt. 1, Randlcman 

Barrett, Bobbie Gay, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 

Beamon, Joseph Everett, Jr., 411 Gatcwood Ave., High Point 

Bcasley, Joe Don, 10 Maple Ave., Thomasville 

Beck, Gail Ann, 1 61 8 Johnson, II it* H Point 

Best, lima Frank, 407 N. Herman St., Goldsboro 

Bethune, Hallie Marie, Box 95, Linden 

Bledsoe, ]. C., Rt. 2, Dobson 

Bono, Sylvia Anne, 234 West Main, Rock Mill, S. C. 

Bouldin, Paid Gentry, Jr., Rt. 2, Trinity 

Boyles, Felicia Lou, 252 Willow, Mount Airy 

Bratton, Ronald Bruce, 311 Albcrtson Rd., High Point 

Brewer, Wayne Jasper, Rt. 2, Box 143, Siler City 

Briggs, Peggy Jane, Rt. 6, Lexington 

Brown, Billy Edwin, Box 252, Robbins 

Brown, Coy Lee, Rt. 1, High Point 

Buchanan, William Clarence, 114 S. Spruce St., Winston-Salem 

Bullard, Cecil Gattis, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 355, Greensboro 

Bundy, Jane Emalinc, Rt. 2, High Point 

Burchfield, Coy, Jr., 310 Coltrane St., High Point 

Cannon, Johnny Thomas, Rt. 6, High Point 

Case, Charles Lindsey, Mayodan 

Caudill, Shirley Ann, 328 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 

Cavas, Yasso, 828 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Chance, Mary Frances, Ruffin 

Chapman, Evelyn Ingram, 1205 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Chappell, Thurmond Odell, Rt. 2, Winston-Salem 

Compton, Burch C, Cedar Grove 

Compton, Joseph Woods, Box 221, Cedar Grove 

Gongleton, Helen Joyce, Chadbourn 

Cook, James Edward, 809 E. Lexington, High Point 

Cooper, John Austin, Rt. 3, Lexington 

Corder, Shirley Faye, Box 505, Kernersvillc 

Cox, Mary Louise, Rt. 1, Seagrove 

Craddock, Sylvia Dawn, Rt. 4, Box 12, Mebane 

Granford, Donald Phillip, 101 E. Stewart Ave., Moorcsvillc 

Craven, Floyd Thomas, Coleridge 

Crump, Harold, Rt. 1, Norwood 

Culpepper, Shirley Edward, Newsoine, Virginia 

Daniels, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Methodist Orphanage, Raleigh 

Davis Charles Johnson, Marion Ave., High Point 

Davis, Gloria Faye, 530 Blades Ave., New Bern 

Davis, Johnny, Box D, Taylorsville 

Davis, Robert Joe, 910' 2 W. Broad St., High Point 

Deaton, Bronna Dale, Troy 

Dixon, Roy Lawson, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Dockery, Robert Olon, 2364 Fairway Ave., Winston-Salem 

Dorsett, Annie Ruth, 722 Holly, Ashcboro 

Dorsett, Carl Edison, Jr., 311 Waughtown St., Winston-Salem 

Dowell, Evelyn Patricia, 219 Council, Mount Airy 

Dube, Robert Leo, Emcrywood Estates, High Point 

Duncan, Robert William, Box 48, Pelham 

Dunn, Helen Rae, 515 Jackson Ave., Lexington, Va. 

Dyer, Bobby, Irvin Ave., Leaksville 

Eller, Emma Jean, Rt. 1, Box 231, Millers Creek 

Eudy, Jahala~Eloi.se, 1535 W. Trade St., Charlotte 

Evans, Billy Jackson, P.O. Box 41, Stokesdale 

Everett, Ronald David, 3206 Guam Dr., Camp Lcjcunc 

Fallow, Dennis Elwood, 604 Dayton, High Point 

Featherstone, Barbara Lee, Box 154, Lake Waccamaw 

Ferguson, George Watson, 1811 Walker, Greensboro 

Finney, Richard Hal, Rt. 1, East Bend 

Forcum, William Joseph, Jr., 209 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 

Ford, Arnold Gayle, Rt. 1, Indian 'I rail 

Foster, Robert Lee, Rt. 8, Box 2, Lenoir 

Fowler, Alice Sue, 408 Collidge St., Chapel Hill 

Fox, Sylvia Anne, 1731 Dilworth Rd. E., Charlotte 

Francis, Patsy Ruth, 904 Elk Spur, Elkin 

Frazier, Betty Sue, Rt. 6, Box 238, Statesville 

Frye, Billy Ray, Rt. 1, Kernersvillc 

Gammon, Garland Sterling, 116 Edgeworth, High Point 

Gardner, Otis Lavan, Rt. 2, Summcrfield 

Gaskins, Nancy Angeline, 1509 N. Pasteur, New Bern 

Gibson, Joe Talmage, Pine Hall 



Godfrey, Carl Glen, 4308 Princeton, Greensboro 

Going, Baibara Jean, 967 S. Main St., Lexington 

GoiOon, William Cecil, 208 Prospect St., High Point 

Graham, Willis Mack, Junior Home, Lexington 

Giayson, Noima Lee, Box 293, High Point 

Greene, June Page, Rt. 2, Ranclleman 

Griffith, Jean Leigh, Box 29, Leaksville 

Giissctt, Larry Kenneth, Manor Dr., Rt. 6, High Point 

Hall, Ralph Edward, 1215 Cassell St., High Point 

Hallman, Ruby Louise, 2319 Edgcwood, High Point 

Hampton, Paul Ray, Rt. 6, Winston-Salem 

Harris, Linwood Alton, 226 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Harrison, Betty Charlcnc, 106 Fisher Ferry, Thomasville 

Harrison, Robert Ray, Rt. 3, Box 99, Thomasville 

Hasty, Elise Rebecca, Rt. 1, Kernersvillc 

Hawkins, Crystal Nell, Sandy Ridge 

Hawks, Warren C. Harding, Radio Tower Rd., High Point 

Hayes, Bruce Richard, 901 Virginia Dr., Lexington 

1 lech irk, Hoyle Edward, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Hill, Hubert Leon, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Honbariier, Ralph E., Granite Quarry, N. C. 

Honeycutt, Betty Jo, 500 Chandler, High Point 

Hoover, Lola Jacqueline, Lawndale Drive Ext., Greensboro 

Hoover, Robert Alexander, 1804 Meadowbrook, Winston-Salem 

Hunsucker, Bobby Haze, Rt. 2, Box 88, Kannapolis 

Hunter, Patsy Josephine, Swepsonville 

Hunter, Jimmie M., Turkey 

Hutchens, Libby Jean, 846 Shober St., Winston-Salem 

Hutehins, Fay Gelene, 106 S. East Ave., Kannapolis 

Ingram, Nancy Jean, Rt. 3, High Point 

Isley, Mary Camilla, Rt. 1 , Graham 

Janis, Michael Lane, 2406 Williams St., High Point 

Jarrett, Rosa Louise, Box 589, Bassett, Va. 

Jarrett, Wilbur Arthur, 603 College Ave., Anderson, S. G. 

Jennings, Vivian Estelle, Hillsville, Va. 

Johnson, Hubert Sterling, Wm. and Mary Apts., High Point 

Johnson, Jack, Stokesdale 

Johnson, James Broadus, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Jones, Janic Gay, 3028 Kentucky Ave, Charlotte 

Joyce, James Harry, Jr., Lawsonville 

J in en, Jerry Jay, Box 526, Wallace 

Kanoy, Denzel Gray, Rt. 1, Kernersvillc 

Kellis, Eleanor Frances, Jackson Springs 

Kenaall, Faye Marie, 409 Woodrow, High Point 

Kennedy, Louise Frances, Rt. 1 , Robbins 

Kennedy, Phillip Addison, Rt. 1, Box 186, Thomasville 

Kirby, 1 homas Martin, 2505 David Hills Dr., Winston-Salem 

Kirkman, Robert Delbert, Rt. 7, Box 1, Greensboro 

Koontz, Clifton Nelson, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Korr.egay, Patricia Carter, Rt. 2, Warsaw 

Fanning, Herman Maxell, 24 Brown St., Lexington 

Lassiter, Vivian Patricia, 309 Sunset Dr., High Point 

Latta, Robert Kenneth, 211 Best St., high Point 

Lee, Robert Wright, Greenway Dr., Statesville 

Littrell, Frank Kcrlec, Jr., Rt. 3, Candler, N. C. 

Liner, North Carol, Box 381, Hillsboro 

Linthicum, Delores Yoncyle, Box 472, Randlcman 

Lippard, Betsy Elizabeth, 199 Elm St., Concord 

Lisk, Emma Laura, Box 264, Mt. Gilead 

Livengood, Pansy Mae, Rt. 5, Lexington 

Lucas, Nancy Jane, 913 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Lytic, Shirley Ann, Old Fort 

McCulloch, Myra Gaye, Rt. 2, Lexington 

McMahon, Tommy Gray, 509 Gatcwood, High Point 

Madden, Shirley Ann, 217 Vance St., Chapel Hill 

Mann, John Lemuel, Jonesboro Heights, Sanford 

Mailowe, Webster, Rt. 1, Box 30, Thomasville 

Marsh, Elmo Donald, Rt. 1, Box 233, Thomasville 

Martin, Bobby Gordon, Lawsonville 

Masten, Herbert Hatchett, 106 Morgan St., Roxboro 

Maxwell, Robert Scott, Jr., 421 Otteray Dr., High Point 

Meredith, Jo Anne, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Merritt, Tommy, 211 } 2 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Myers, Mary Lou, Box 167, Thomasville 

Miller, Leroy, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Miller, Nance Lee, Rt. 6, Mt. Airy 

Morgan, NoimaJean, Marshville 

Monison, Barbara Anne, 608 Hawthorne, High Point 

Monison, Rodney Jones, 283 Liberty St., Concord 

Mosley, Shelby Jane, 122 Frazier St., High Point 

Mosteller, Karl Eugene, 710 W. Central Ave., S. Williamsport, Pa. 

Mulhnix, Betty Jane, Rt. 1, Box 94, Troy 

Mullins, Elizabeth Ogreta, Box 6, Swepsonville 



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Myers, Charles H., Mayodan 

Neustadt, Martin Eugene, 1130 Brighton Beach A 

Newman, Jimmy, 514 Clover Dr., High Point 

Nigh, Carl Boyd, 618 Goldfloss St., Winston-Salem 

Nimon, Joel Curtis, Rt. 1, Edgewater, Md. 

Nixon, Richard Gerald, 931 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Nixon, Wallace Uarrell, 931 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Noble, Roy Fred, Jr., 2717 Fairview Rd., Raleigh 

Noller, Cleta Mae', 2633 Ranclleman Rd., Greensboro 

Noller, Thomas Dean, 2633 Ranclleman Rd., Greensboro 

Panas, Constance Delia, 416 Scott Ave., Greensboro 

Parker, Erma Joan, Rt. 9, Box 515, Charlotte 

Parrish, Van Maurrice, Rt. 5, High Point 

Patterson, William Claude, Rt. 6, High Point 

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

Pennell, Ethel Gaynclle, Rt. 2, Taylorsville 

Perdue, Fred Austin, 17 E. Colonial Dr., Thomasville 

Pirie, Laura Patricia, 224 Turner Ave., Henderson 

Pittman, Barbara Lillian, Rt. 1, Biseoe 

Powell, John Young, 707 Harris St., Raleigh 

Pritchard, Margaret Ann, 607 S. Park St., Ashcboio 

Pruitt, Barbara Ann, Rt. 3, Yadkinvillc 

Pugh, Jacqueline, Rt. 1, Franklinville 

Pugh, Sarah Mable, Millboro 

Quinn, Myrtle Kathryn, Box 335, Kcnansville 

Ragan, Donna Wright, Box 86, Thomasville 

Ragan, Ruby Mae, 310 Circle Dr., Fayetteville 

Reavis, James Harold, 307 Oak St., Kannapolis 

Redding, Freda Ann, Sophia 

Roberts, Donald, Cedar Grove 

Roberts, Jim Wright, Rt. 1, Stokesdale 

Roberts, Lucy Jeanette, 1115 Cedrow Ave., High Point 

Robertson, Gladys Maye, Rt. 3, High Point 

Rodgers, Raymond Cecil, Jr., Rt. 7, Lexington 

Rothrock, Frank Lee, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Rouse, Nancy Anne, 403 Kennedy St., High Point 

Scott, Barbara Ann, Statesville Highway, Mooresville 

Scott, Julius Wesley, Box 204, Hillsboro 

Scate, 'Elizabeth Ann, Box 113, Ca Vel 

Sessoms, Jesse Thomas, 124 Lamon St., Fayetteville 

Seward, Julia Reid, 606 Lindsay, High Point 

Shelton, Grady Hassel, Jr., Rt. 2, Madison 

Sherrill, Sheldon Zanc, 109 Gray St., Thomasville 

Shore, Hazel Ruth, Rt. 3, Yadkinvillc 

Simpson, William Woodrow, 1101 First Ave., Durham 

Sowers, George Washington, Jr., 605 Concord, Thomasville 

Smiley, Mary Ruth, 500 Euclid Ave, Lynchburg, Va. 

Smith, Bobby Franklin, 29 White St., Jackson Pk., Concord 



Smith, Donald Moore, 1217 Adams, High Point 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Smith, Kyle Newton, 820 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Smith, Lura Alice, Box 251, Candor 
Smithson, Ruf'tis Miles, Jr., Tyner 

Spainhour, Otha Kenneth, 1141 E. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 
Stanton, Paid Edison, 805 Fifth Ave., Greensboro 
Staples, Harold Anthony, Jr., 100 S. Spruce, Winston-Salem 
Stewart, Jackie Darrell, Rt. 5, Statesville 
Stout, Shirley Anne, 212 Thurston St., High Point 
StradiT. Anita Fayc, Rt. 3, High Point 
Strange, Lawrence Orian, 209 Roland Park, High Point 
Ktruther, Tom George, Jr., 513 Sunset Dr., High Point 
Slutts, Billy Omega, Rt'. 5, Box 50, High Point 
Talley, Gerald Alexander, Rt. 1, Kernersville 
Tew, Robert Hardy, Box 325, Haw River 

Thomas, Cecil Ward, Jr., 2314 Buchingbam Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Thompson, Carol Dunlap, Riehlands 
Yarncr, Jimmy Martin, Rt. 2, Lexington 
Vaughn, James Sanders, Stokesdale 
Yon (anon, William Anderson, West End 
Wall, Merilou, 1603 Angier Ave., Durham 
Wampler, Clayton Eugene, 105 Sunset Dr., High Point 
Ward, Alton Jackson, Jr., 804 E. Ash St., Goldsboro 
Warren, Ira Douglas, Rt. 6, Fayetteville 
Waters, Mary Jane, Evergreen Lane, Milford, Delaware 
Weathers, Avis Annette, Walhalla, S. C. 
Wheless, William Russell, Liberty Rd., Asheboro 
Whichard, Charles Harold, 213 Long St., Thomasville 
White, Charles Lawrence, 610 Westwood, High Point 
White, Kenneth Homer, Rt. 1, Stoneville 
White, Paul Moody, 930 E. Broad, Statesville 
Whitesell, Margaret Ann, 307 Southwood Dr., Columbia, S. C. 
Wiggins, Durwood Franklin, 504 E. Ash St., Goldsboro 
Wiley, Johnnie Powell, 302 Park, High Point 
Williams, Judith Gail, Rt. 5, High Point 
Williams, Robert Edward, 405 Woodrow, High Point 
Williams, Roger Clyde, 611 Wesley Place, High Point 
Williamson, Doris Lane, Rt. 2, Chadbourn 
Wilson, Paul Neal, Jr., 3150 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 
Wilson, Vernon Russell, Rt. 1, Robbins 
Wilson, Wayne Friddle, Rt. 2, Stokesdale 
Windham, Betty Lou, 708 S. Duke St., Durham 
Wood, Paul Eugene, 508 Steele St., High Point 
Workman, Richard Norris, Box 635, Aberdeen 
Wright, Vernon Eugene, 419 Hinkle St., Thomasville 
Young, Carolyn Anne, 4030 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 
Young, Charles Garland, 1004 Westbrook Dr., Charlotte 
Yountz, Phyllis Anne, 309 Oak St., High Point 



Special Students 



Farlow, Margaret Louise-, Box 311, Archdale 
Green, George Leon, 421 W. Lexington, High Point 
Grimes, Hubert Jackson, Jr., 600 Kcarns St., High Point 
Hawkins, Johnnie Everett, 1620 Duckworth Ave., Charlotte 
Hulin, John Adison, 1300 Silk St., High Point 
Lindsay, Doris True, 110 Sunset Dr., High Point 



Lockwoocl, Arline Cameron, Emerywood Country Club, High Point 

Newell, Arlo F., 415 Friddle, High Point 

Sizer, Richard Waite, 715 W. Farriss, High Point 

Thurber, Donald Vance, 401 Whitcoak St., High Point 

Weston, James ALvin, 1115 Pleasant View Dr., Winston-Salem 

Wilson, Monty Ann, 716 W r cstwood, High Point 



Yarborough, Juanita Maie, 218 Myrtle St., High Point 



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Come to STAMEY'S . . . before you go anywhere! 

750 North £ *—\ X-- \ \*^ _, _ ^ * ^l.J ~ High Point 
Main Street ^3^ T^KiC^4 J^^tt^ S^^P ".C. 

Distinctive Luggage Leather Goods and Gifts 


STAMPAGRAPH CO. 

Incorporated 1019 
• 

High Point, North Carolina 
Main Office: 70 Alexander Ave., Bronx. N. Y. 


DR. MAX RONES 

OPTOMETRIST 


Eyes Examined Without Drugs 
201 N. Main St. High Point, N. C. 


Students' Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOKSTORE 

• 

BOOKS REFRESHMENTS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 


Compliments of 

BORDEN'S 
ICE CREAM COMPANY 

• 

HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments of 

PIEDMONT COLOR AND 
CHEMICAL CO. 


High Point, North Carolina 



W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

110 South Perry Street 

Telephone 2360 - 2165 

Millers of FLOUR, MEAL and FEED 



JIMMY MITCHELL, INC. 



VENEERS 



High Point, North Carolina 



DURAMITE CHEMICAL CO., INC. 



Manufacturers of "Parvinac" Protective Coalings 

Phone 7142 
High Point, North Carolina 



English Street 



Venetian Bunds - Wwuow Shades - Tape - Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE & BLIND CO. 

Phone 9504. 1406 N. Main Street High Point. N. C. 



KEARNS TENT & AWNING CO. 

ALUMINUM and CANVAS AWNINGS 
Wisco Storm Windows : CLEARviEw r Jalousies 

Telephone 9591 2227 S. Main Street 

Hich Point, North Carolina 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

THE MAJOR APPLIANCE STORE 

Telephone 9850 

145 South Wrenn Street 



Compliments of 

THE HOME BUILDING, INC. 



ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 
1904 — The Key to Happiness Is Home Ownership — 1954 



One Student Tells Another 




JEWELERS = 



Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 



High Point, North Carolina 



FEMININE APPAREL 

JANE ADAMS SHOP 

118 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 

Opposite Post Office 



PHONE 3373 



SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 

PHONES 3396 — 3397 
"Everything to Build Anything" 
High Point. North Carolina 



Compliments of 

N. H. SILVER, INC. 

129 South Main Street 
High Point. North Carolina 



Southern Plywood Corporation 

Manufacturers of SUPKK10R PLYWOOD 



Box 11)25 Phone 5936 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

KIRKMAN SHOE STORE 



SWAIM SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale 
Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 



High Point, North Carolina 



ART CHAIR, INC. 

ODD CHAIRS, SOFAS, AND SOFA BEDS 

I'. 0. Box 1164 Phone 5916 123 Westchester Dr. 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments 

AUMAN MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 



Compliments oj 

SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

119 North Main Street 
"Shoes For The Entire Family" 



1311 N. Main 



Phone 3060 



ENGLISH RADIO b TV SERVICE 

"We Specialize in Television and Radio Repair" 
R. H. Freman High Point, N. C 



Compliments of 

BELL RECORD SHOP 

114 W. Washington Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



ASIA RESTAURANT, INC. 

High Point, North Carolina 

'Our Chinese Family Dinners Are the Talk of the Tot 

W. D. Tarn, President 
Phone 9115 134 N. Main Street 



Compliments 

YOUNG FURNITURE and RUG CO. 

1706 North Main Street 
Phone 7951 



GUILFORD OPTICAL CO. 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 

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



Compliments of 

Elm Cleaners and Laundry Service 

2108 English Street Phone 8997 

High Point, North Carolina 



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PROGRESSIVE TRANSPORTATION 
SINCE 1930 



MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 

* 

FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 

PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 


Compliments of 

Hodgin Roofing £r Supply Co. 

Complete Roofing Service 

• 

921 W. Lee Street 
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 




HUGHES TIRE SERVICE, INC. 

"Specializing in Cold Rubber Recapping" 

1315 North Main 
Phone 6098 


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 9776 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 


Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 9376 

High Point, North Carolina 




"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 




Compliments of 

Wm. F. FREEMAN, INC. 

ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS 


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 


NASH JEWELRY b LOAN CO. 

127 North Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

"Nash Saves You Cos/i" 









SNOW STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP 

Portrait and Commercial Photographers 

206 North Main Phone 975!:! 

PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 


Mid-State Insurance Agency, Inc. 

Asblyn Hotel Building 
ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 

Phone: 2030 


TOBIAS 


Compliments oj 

ELWOOD HOTEL 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Ken Simons, Mgr. 


Compliments 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

735 North Main Phone 5613 


W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 
Ready Mixed Concrete 


HIGH POINT SILER CITY 
ASHEBORO JACKSONVILLE 


WILLIAMS FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention 

112-114 East High Street 

Phone 5011 


Phones 3243 - 5922 


CUMBY-ORRELL MORTUARY 

AMBULANCE 5045 
Broad Street at Chestnut 


~ Tricaman^ 

FOR THOSE WHO CARE 

122 South Main Street High Point. N. C. 


Hunter Coal £r Oil Co. 

COAL : FUEL OIL : HEATING SERVICE 
Phone 3366 


Compliments of 

DEDMON PRODUCE CO. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE 

Phone 4960 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

MYRTLE DESK CO. 


STA-NU Finishing Process Is Exclusive With Us 
AT No Extra Cost 

High Point Steam Laundry, Inc. 

PHONE 3325 


Manufacturers oj 

OFFICE AND INSTITUTIONAL 
FURNITURE 


NORTH STATE TELEPHONE 
COMPANY 


SERVING HIGH POINT AND VICINITY 



Compliments of 

Logan Porter Mirror Company 

Master Mirrors 


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 

813 North Alain Phone 2247 




Established 1880 

KESTER MACHINERY CO. 

Mill and Factory Supplies 

Phone 6908 

1411 South Main Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 


QUALITY BEAUTY SHOP 

"// Your Hair Is Not Becoming To You — 

You Should Be Coming To Us" 

PHONE 4653 




Compliments of 

NATIONAL UPHOLSTERY CO. 




The Griffith Tailoring Company 

Made to Order Suits for Ladies and Men 

156 1 /. South Main Street 
Marvin H. Griffith High Point, N. C. 


KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 
''CROWN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS" 

1203 Tryon Street P. O. Box 1428 
High Point, North Carolina 




UNION BUS STATION 

CHARTER SERVICE — TOURS 

Phone 9049 
High 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 CAROLINA 




RICHARDSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

133-135 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 




P. 0. Box 1903 Telephone 2904 





Congratulations to Graduates of 1954 
From the Manufacturers of 

WORK 'N' PLAY CLOTHES 

Now yuu fore another slop in life In indir.try, business, n profession 
or other useful vo< otion Anvil brand wishes yon well in lining your 
new responsibilities, (or they also mean new opportunities in any 
endeavor you pursue Grasp sash opportunities with energy and 
deleimination, and your geiod leu tune will lie secure 

ANVIL BRAND FACTORIES 

SINCE 1899 HIGH POINT, N. C. 


Compliments of 


RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY" 

122 N. Main Street Phone 3333 

College Students Welcome 


Efird's Department Store 

Quality Merchandise 


At Lower Prices 






BURNEY'S GARAGE 

We Specialize in Chrysler Products 

213 College Street 

Phone 7192 


0RKIN '** *(r)^ffJr^ 

EXTERMINATING €"K^5Jjt^ 

118i/ 2 W. Washington Call 3007 


Compliments of 

J. W. SECHREST & SON, INC. 

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1897 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments 

CHAREES STORES CO. 


EDGAR SNIDER - Printing 


Television Sales & Service, Inc. 

RCA, DUMONT. PHILCO. MAGNAVOX 

Service By Factory Men 

735 North Main Phone 7934 


GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

Wrenn at Howell Street 
Edgar Snider '36 


"Say It With Flowers"' 

WHITLARKS' FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Azlee Smith, Prop. 
Phone 5272 206 West Howell Street Phone 3694 


Compliments 

ARMSTRONG VENEER AND 
LUMBER CO. 

788 North Main Street 


PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 


HEDGECOCK LUMBER CO. 

1213 Ward Street Phone 4006 
"Where the Home Begins in High Point" 



THE PRINTED WORD 
MAKES EDUCATION POSSIBLE 



'Better Printing Pays" 



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PRINT 



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IDOL-GREEN CO. 



\X*a£to>u~ 

Real Estate Sales Properly Management 

Insurance Mortgage Loans 

115 W. Washington Street Phone 5069 



Compliments of 

Penrod # Jurden, & Clark Co. 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 



214 North Main Street 



High Point, N. C. 



Spor/ing Goods, Frigidaire Appliances 
and Building Supplies 



PROSPECT ESSO SERVICE 



412 Prospect Street 

Phone 5915 

'Service With a Smile"' 



GILL'S LADIES SHOP 

"The Style Center of High Point" 



PIEDMONT ELECTRIC REPAIR CO. 



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Hich Point, North Carolina 



Compliments 

JIFFY MANUFACTURING CO. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



SOUTHERN MOTOR CO. 

Telephone 5800 2100 S. Main Street 

HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

THE LILLY COMPANY 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 

Rowlings, Voit & Wilson 
Athletic Equipment 



119 North Greene Street 

Telephone 2-0912 

GREENSBORO. NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments oj 



W. F. MAULDIN, INC. 



High Point's 

Oldest and 

Leading Tailors 

New Amos Bldg. 
11L W. Wasliiiigl.ni Si. 




The High Point Enterprise 

and 

Radio Stations 
WHPE & WHPE-FM 

INCH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 
CAR WORKS, INC. 



Designers and 
Manufacturers 
of Bus Bodies 



HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



ALMAN-BASS FURNITURE CO., INC. 

1545 English Street High Point, N. C. 

Phone 7189 

FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 



Compliments 




REAL ESTATE 
116 W. Washington 



INSURANCE 
Phone 3456 



DUTCH LAUNDRY, INC. 

COMPLETE LAUNDRY and CLEANING SERVICE 

DIAL 3319 

827 South Main Street 



Compliments 

F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 



115 South Main Street 



ROSAINE 

Exclusive lint Not Expensive 



JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

Established 1902 

106 North Wrenn Street 
High Poivr, North Carolina 




Heritage L^ c ^J^ 
ny Henredorr «• 

Custom Quality at Practical Prices 

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



KEARN'S ESSO SERVICE 

1349 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, North Carolina 



ROSE RADIO SALES & SERVICE 

MOTOROLA RADIO AND TELEVISION 
JOHNSON'S OUTBOARD MOTORS 

483 North Wrenn Phone 9;',32 High Point, N. C. 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 



Dial 3393 
210-212 Pine Street 



Compliments of 




DALLAS, INC. 



S. P. Kimsey Plumbing & Heating Co. 

CONTRACTING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES 

Phone 3241 
1915 English Street High Point, N. C. 

SMART-SOX, INC. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

Coltrane-Graham Construction Co. 

245 South Hamilton Street Phone 9695 

High Point, North Carolina 



FLYTHE INSURANCE AGENCY 

Insurance and Bonds 

210 North Main Street Phone 2847 

Hich Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

L. HARVEY & SON CO. 

Established 1871 
KINSTON. NORTH CAROLINA 



HORTON FURNITURE CO. 

200-206 East Washington Street 

"Quality Home Furnishings" 

CROSLEY AND ADMIRAL APPLIANCES 

Phone 3794 



THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP 

Exclusive Ready -To-W ear and Millinery 

Arcade Building 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

BELK-BECK 

HIGH POINT'S LARGEST LEADING 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



Compliments of 

CLOVER BRAND 
DAIRIES, INC. 

High Point. North Carolina 

"Let Clover Brand Purity 
Be Your Security'''' 



Compliments oj 

PEGGY ANNE 


PAUL KENNEDY 

Route 1 : Thomasville 
Phone High Point 78376 - 77960 

FARM AND HOME SUPPLIES 


Compliments oj 

THE FLI-BACK SALES CORP. 

High Fount, Nokth Carolina 

World's Largest Distributor of 

Paddle & Ball Games Return Tops 

Sponge Balls ( Yo Yo Type) 

Sponge Return Balls Spinning Tops 

Sponge Base Balls Balloon & Balloon Sticks 


R. D. FOWLER MOTOR LINES, INC. 

SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY 

P. 0. Box 1128 
High Point, North Carolina 


HIGH POINT SAVINGS 
& TRUST COMPANY 

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


Compliments oj 

THE BLOSSOM SHOP 

Across the Street from the College 


Compliments of 

INGRAMS PHARMACY 

Phone 3313 


Quality Shoe Store 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 
"A Fit For Every Foot'' 


Compliments 

S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 

5-10-25c STORE 


CUT RATE FURNITURE COMPANY 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 

"The Price Is Less" 

615-617 E. Green Street Phone 9879 

High Point, North Carolina 


Doiry Products of High Point Quality 

LINDALE DAIRY 
CORPORATION 

"/£ is our pleasure to serve you" 

Lexington Avenue 


REED SUPPLY CO. 

"EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" 
Between High Point and Thomasville 


Lee Morris Restaurant 

154 South Main Street 

FINE FOODS 

STEAKS CHOPS 

HOME MADE PIES 


Compliments oj 

PHILLIPS-DAVIS, INC. 



ATLANTIC BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

HOME LOANS 

Savings Accounts Are Insured Up To $10,000 


C. DeWITT HOLTON FURNITURE CO. 

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"Quality Furniture and Carpets" 

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817 South Main Street Phone 3791 


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 






Automatic Lathe Cutterhead 
Company 

High Point, North Carolina 


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Peanut J ^J V 1 % ( Peanuts 

Bu»er d^ggTPROtigg^W Cand y 
Sandwiches i^-^SS^T^^H Potato Chips 


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SAMUEL HYMAN 

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JEWELER GIFT SHOP 


Alston Clark, Auctioneer Basil Albertson, Auctioneer 

Clark-Albertson Land Auction Company 

SUCCESSFUL SALES SINCE 1922 

118 W. Washington St. Telephone 4953 

High Point, North Carolina 


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


HIGH POINT ■ THOMASVILLE 

HIGH POINT THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 

"NOTHING BUT SERVICE TO SELL" 



KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 

CULCLASURE'S 

JEWELERS 

224 N. Main Street 


Compliments of 

McLARTY DRUG STORE 

PHONE 3431 


HOME SERVICE STORES 

305 W. Green Phone 3715 
"Home Service For Home I'eople 


Compliments of 

HUFF FLOOR SANDING AND 
FINISHING CO. 


Congratulations 

to the 

High Point College Seniors 

and 

Best Wishes for Your Future Success 

and Happiness 

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McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

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


GEO. T. WOOD & SONS, INC. 

CARPETS 

Wholesale Distributors 
RUGS 

314-320 West Broad Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

"Women with a sense of style prefer 
Firth Rugs and Carpets'' 




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Stive 
By Placing Your 

Insurance of All Kinds 
With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Si reel 


Compliments of 

WARD RAKING COMPANY 

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Bakers of 

TIP TOP 

Bread and Cakes 


FOOD FARE 

Bob Vaughn "48" 


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. C. 


Compliments of 

AMERICAN SERVICE COMPANY 

236 West Russell Street 
High Point. North Carolina 

ICE — CO AL 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 
OF HIGH POINT 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

JONES and PEACOCK, INC. 


NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 

205 Centennial Avenue 
Telephone 3364 


SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORDS 

140 North Main Street 
FREEMAN SHOES CUSTOM TAILORING 


Compliments of 

GEO. L. HUNDLEY 

Insurance : Rentals : Property Management 
Sales : Mortgage Loans 

E. Main St. THOMASVILLE, N. C. 


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Compliments of 
A Friend 

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CLONIGER BUICK CO. 


National Highway 
THOMASVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA 






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Congratulations ... on a good job completed . . . but 

even more, on the beginning of a new one! 

Were proud of you . . . proud, too, of the chance to 

serve a new generation of Piedmont citizens. 

Our best to you as you move ahead, in freedom and 

responsibility ... in a free and responsible economy 

where your own will and effort are the measure of 

achievement. 



DUO} POWER COMPANY 




LUCK'S 

COUNTRY STYLE BEANS 
PINTOS GIANT LIMAS 

GREAT NORTHERNS BLACKEYED PEAS 

Packed By 

LUCK'S, INCORPORATED 

SEACROVE, N. C. 



RIVER ROAD INN 

SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN 
5 Points, High Point 



Compliments of 
A Friend 



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