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1955 ZENITH 

Published Annually by the 
Student Body of High Point College 



\ w 111 1 in, k. Editor-in-Chiej 

Carolyn \j>mn». tssotiate Ediloi 

Jul k\i>\. Business Managei 

Martha HENSON. fssneiate Business Manage! 

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DEDICATION 



We, the staff, gvutefiilh dedicate the 1955 Zenith lo Mr. 
Herman E. Cohle. wlio named the Zenith and served as its 
first editor. 

Mr. (!ohle. \iiii arc mine than a leaclier to tlie student- of 
High Point College, tour -.iurcre interest in each student 
permits your high ideals and your lofty traits of character 
to permeate the lile <i| each. ^ on r Jailhlul service in the 
liookslore is deeply appreciated, although we do not express 
our sentiments openly. 

For vour ser\ice to vonr Alma Mater and vour untiring 



eHort-. as teacher and friend, we dedicate tin'.- annual to von. 




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CONTENTS 



Administration Page 9 

Government Page 15 

Classes Page 19 



Activities Page 65 



:ligion Page 79 

Athletics Page 87 

Features Page 101 

Sororities Page 109 

Fraternities Page 120 

Advertisements . Page 137 




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Formal Dedication 
of New Buildings 

Formal dedication ol tin- m-u I m i It I inti- 
,ii High Point College was held < Ictoher 13 
in the ii"-\\ Memorial Auditorium with the 
student liodj and numerous guests from 
High I * • • ■ 1 1 1 and vicinit) present. 

Weaver \l. Marr, resident administrator 
ol the American Humanies Foundation at 
Salem College, Salem, West Virginia was 
ilii' speaker for the occasion. Bishop Cos- 
leu J. Harrell, mI the Western North Caro- 
lina Conferences ol the Methodist Church, 
was co-speaker for I In- dedication. 

I In' new I • 1 1 1 lil \wi~ were nlliri;ill\ pre- 
sented l») Hull McPherson, chairman "I 
the hoard of trustees. Al-o taking pari in 
the service were Dr. .1. Cla} Madison, Dr. 
(!. Excelle Kozzelle, and Mr. F. Logan 
Porter, Ileverend .1. Clyde Annum, and Dr. 
Dennis Cooke. President of High Point 
College. 

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Women: Memorial Auditorium and Music 
Hall; .i -i ience and home economics huild- 
nig: .mil maintenance huilding are the 
-inn inn'- ih ii were dedicated. 



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A Message from the President 

High Poinl College has experienced, within the past six years, phenomenal growth and development 
academically, physically, and spiritually. The College i~ the strongest il has ever been in these three areas, 
and ihi- is .i> Il should he. The students and alumni oJ High Point College can !»■ justl) proud >>! theii 
College, because ii is .1- good .1- anj "I the colleges ol 11- 1 v 1 ►« - and better than many. Ml <>l this has been 
achieved through the fine co-operation and support "I the students, the facultv and staff, the Board ol Trus- 
tees, the alumni, and the thousand** ol othei friends ol the College. All of 11- should be thankful to Untight) 
(.ml ini lli~ beneficence I" and divine guidance ol the College which we love so dearly. 

But we never will reach the millennium when High Point College i- .1- great and fine as il should 
be. When an institution has .ill "I the funds and buildings il needs and when ii i- .1- good academical!) 
and spiritual!) .1- ii should be. ii then ceases to grow and improve. Ii i- read) to close ii- doors, because 
il will soon ili< - . W 1 1 ( • 1 1 High Point College ceases i" grow and to improve, it. like an\ othei form "I 
life, will 'Ii''. While .ill ol us respect and revere the achievements- ol the College we love, lei us keep our 
faces toward its future development. 

Hoping that those 0! you who are leaving us will keep ,1 warm place in mum hearts for your College 
.mil all those .1--'" iated h ith it. I am 

"l ours very sincerely. 

Dt wis II. I ooke. President 



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firs/ ,,./,. /. to r.: LOUSE VDAMS. Mat he- 
mull's mid lliuiuii Executive Secretary. V.B. 
High Poinl College. V.M. I niversih of North 
Carolina. I. II. ' M.I. RED. Dean o) Students. 

V.B. I niversih "I North Carolina. M.A. I ni- 
versit) of North Carolina. [CATHERINE AN- 
DERSON. \iirse. Knoxville General Hospital. 

\. i;. BARKER. English, B.A. High Poinl Col- 
lege. M. \. I niversih "I North Carolina. HELEN 
R. BARTLETT. History. V.B. Western Maryland 
College. V.M. George Washington I niversit). 
I'll. I). I niversit) <>f Man land. 

Second row: M.l>\ T. BERRY. Business. V.B. 
Winthrop College. V.M. New York [niversih. 
CLARICE BOWMAN. Religion. V.B. and V.M. 
link,. I niversity. M VRCELLA CARTER. Librar- 
ian. V.B. Fresno State College. U.S. Peabod) 
College. II. E. COBLE. Education. V.B. High 
Point College. V.M. I niversih of North Car.. 
Una. EI GENE J. COLTR VNE. Financial Repre- 
sentative. V.B. Guilford College. V.M. Columbia 
I niversih. Ed.D. High Poinl College. 



Third row: RICHARD COX. Music. \.li. and 
VI.A. L niversity "I North Carolina. Diploma. 
Consenattoire National de Musique. Paris. 
France. E. 0. CI VIMINGS. Chemistry. B.S. 
I niversit) "f North Carolina. Ph.D. Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. RICHARD S. 
DALE. Business. B.S. Cornell I niversit). V.M, 
I niversit) of Buffalo. II VNITA l>\\ IS. Re- 
ceptionist anil Switchboard Operator. S. C. 
DESKINS. Social Sciences. V.B. El on < ollege. 
V.M. and I'll. |i. I niversih of North Carolina. 

Fourth row: JANE DeSPAIN. Dramatics ami 
Speech. M. \. [niversih • >! Michigan. ERNES- 
TINE FIELDS. Music. B.Mus. Vmerican Con- 
senaton of Music. B.S. Ft. II. i\es State Cidlege. 
M.Mus. I niversit\ of Michigan. I'll VNCES 
GAYNOR. Bookkeeper. LESTER C. HART- 
SELL. Mathematics and Physics. B.S. Northern 
Michigan ( ollege "I I duration. \l.\. ami Pro. 
Diploma and Ed.D.T.C Columbia I ni\ i-r-.it \. 
BEN II. MM I.. Biology. V.B. and M.S. Texas 
Christian I ni\er-it\. Ph.D. I ni\er>ih >•( Illinois, 



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/■',/*/ row. I. 10 r.: C. I!. III\SII\\\. Oean »/ 
Instruction and Director oj Summer School. 
V.B. Guilford College. \.\l. I niversit) of North 
Carolina. V.M. Columbia University. Litt.D. 
Western Maryland College. GEORGE HOBART. 
Business Administration. \.\\. I niversit} 01 
Michigan. \.M. and Ph.D. I niversit\ of North 
Carolina. E. VERA IDOL. English. V.B. Greens- 
boro College. U.S. reachers College "I Columbia 
University. V.M. Columbia (.'niversit). JAMES 
F. JONES. Business. V.B. Elon. VI.'A. Eastern 
Carolina Irarlni- College. Counsellor for Men. 
LLW I. LLW IS. Music. Diploma Ithaca Con- 
ser\ator\ >>\ Music. Sch.Mus.B. Oberlin Con- 
servatory of Music. \l. \. Ohio State I niversit). 
Ed.D. Stanford I niversit) . 

Second row: LOIS LIVINGSTON". Home Eco- 
nomics. U.S. U.K. I niversity of Arkansas. M.A. 
Peabod) College. W II. 1. 1 \M R. LOCKE. Re- 
ligion and Philsophv. V.B. Weslevan I niversitv. 
S.T.B. and Ph.D. Boston I niversitv. LINCOLN 
LORENZ. English. V.B. and \.M. Harvard. 
Ph.D. Stanford. \\ INNIE LI FFM VN. Home 
Economics. U.S. ILL. and M.S.H.E. Woman s 
College. CHARLES VkCANDLESS. Physics. 
B.S.M.I I niversit\ "I North Carolina. North 



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Third row: JAMES Moll LIT. History and 
Eilm ilium. I li.C Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary. V.B. and U.S. East Tennessee State 
Teachers College. Ph.D. I niversit) of Oklahoma. 
FRANCES VIl'LDROW. Issociate Professoi of 
Modern Languages. V.B. Georgia State College 
for Women. M.A. Duke I nivnsiiv. I'li.D. Duke 
I iiiverVm. \II!S. MIL I'M.MKU. ' Physical Edu- 
cation and Modern Dance, U.S. Ili<;li Point Col- 
lege. M.A. George Peabody College. VBE 
PALMER. Hislon and Physical Education. A.B. 
Southwestern College. VI.A. Peabod) College. 
CIA Dl. V PARKER. V.B.. M.A. I niversity of 
Richmond. Ph.D.. Th.M. Southern Baptist Semi- 
nar) . 

Fourth row: VRTHI R PASCHAL. B.S. North- 
eastern Oklahoma Slat.- College. M.S. Oklahoma 
V.&M. LDN \ PASCH VL. Recreational Director. 
IN \ M. PATRICK. Issistant Librarian. V.B. 
High Point College. V.B. William and Man. 
KENNETH \\ . PERKINS. Issistant Projesso, 
o) Science. B. V. Berea College. M.S. and Ph.D. 
Purdue I niversitv. BETH S. PERRY. Counsel- 

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First row, I. to /.. MRS. IJI.\Ck\\ l.l.l. I'. |{(>l!- 
INSON. Business tdministralion. \.B.. M.A. 
Wharton School <>f Finance. I niversitv of Penn- 
sylvania. BLACKWELL P. ROBINSON. History. 
A.I!.. I'll. I). I ni\i-rsii\ of North Carolina. M.A. 
Duke University. C. E. ROZZELLE. Religion. 
\.l>. Duke I niversity. B.D. Emor\ I niversitv. 
D.D. High Poinl College. VIONA SA1 \DERS. 
Secretary to Registrar. PHILIP SMYTH. Span- 
ish, B.A. University of Washington. M.A. I ni- 
ver.*il\ "f Washington. I'li.D. Ini\ersil\ "I 
Madrid. 

Second row: REBECCA SNIDER. Secretan lo 
Bursar. Rl Til STKKI.M \Y Education. \.\'<. 
Lenoir-Rhvne College. V.M. Duke University 



<.l!\l>'t WHICKER. Field Representative. VI'.. 
High Poinl College. MRS. C. L \\ HITAKER. 
Matron oj Woman's Hall. \I.ICK PAIGE 
WHITE. English. \.B. Boston L'niversit). KM. 
Teachers College "I Columbia I niversitv. 

Third row: Mil Ml R \\ II. 1. 1 \MS. Bursar. B.S. 
High Poinl College. \. S. \\ ITHERS. English. 
\.U. Emon and Henrv. KM. Vanderbill I ni- 
versit>. \.' P. YARBOROUGH. Registrar. \.\\. 
Wofford College. KM. l'niversit) of South 
Carolina. MYRTLE I'M NG. Supervisee VIR- 
GIL YOW. Head Basketball Coach and Physical 
Education. B.S. High Poinl College. M.S. I ni- 
\ersit\ <>f North Carolina. 



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M-"-' 'f "v!;''nu, ll,m'll K '"- I 'T n"" 1 ' 1 ?- ,*■ ? h "; ?■ "• Jusl Tl -"""- '"■ S « afl Meeting. II. You Theenk 

o li;.|n,„l m ' " " i I"' " v eaH ,»« Graduate Thees Year No? 1 2. Fcl walk a Thousand 

O.Mfinan<l«slli«|pawa>. ,. Campus Cat*. U. \«,u Name Miles For One of These! 13. Jusl Frances! 





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Miiilrni (lovernment activities this sear .11 lli^li Point 

College have reached an uti| lenled high mark in the 

level "f campus activities. This past year especially. il"' 
~i ii- li-iii body has I' in'' more aware "I student govern- 
ment, due both i" ii- activities and ii> importance. 

High Poinl • nllege students believe in self govern- 
ment, democracy, and the principles <>f self honor. Foi 
ihi> reason, student government is effective in campus 
life. This year, the Student Governmenl \ssoeiation. 
under the leadership "f ii- well liked and efficient presi- 
dent. David \bcrnalhv. has sel new goals fm future 
years. .1- well .1- making .1 few records (>>i itself in the 
> . .1 1 "s a< 1 i\ iii'--. 

Tin- most imjtorlatil goal achieved was the establish- 
ment "l .1 new 1 • ■ 1 in "• government II"' present one- 
council set-up was changed i" .1 three department form 
of government, executive, legislative, and judiciary. 
I ndt'i I In leadership "! David \bernathy. .1 student 
nitlee drew up .1 proposed constitution and sub- 
mitted ii i" the student l»"l\ fin ratification: ii was 
bcarlilv accepted by .1 vote "I K45-6. rhe new govern- 
ment replaced iln- Student Council which had been in 

opcral -in' 1 [ 03-1, Of the change in government. Dr. 

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"■>.(..(. Representalh e 

the most progressive change I have seen within the stu- 
dent body since I have been president of ilii- institution. 
I was certainl} glad i" see ii go into operation. 

The biggest dance of the college Mar was held \pril 
:?7. when the Student Governmenl \ssoeiation sponsored 
a concert and dance Featuring the hand of Ralph Mar- 
terie. The evenl was an overwhelming success, enjoyed 
l>\ the student body as well as by the people "f il»' city 
i>f llijili Point. Tin- was the first time in the history 
"f the College that a "bis name" band had been obtained 
l"i an all-college -"i jal function. 

viiione othei activities were assembly programs held 
by the SGA se\ eral times throughout tin- year, sponsoring 
a successful freshman orientation program, holding open 
house after home basketball games, conducting a fund- 
raising campaign l"i a new gymnasium, sending six 
delegates i" the state-wide Student Legislative \ssembly 
in Raleigh. V I... and countless other things that arc 
almost inestimable. 

David \l"'inaih\ ami ibi- vears council are i" be 

com nded. not only for the work they did ilii- veai 

bul also l"i the plan-, thought and sideration they 

gave i" the present enrollnnni a- well a- i<> iln- mam 
students 1 me to lli)jli Poinl College in the future. 



Student Government Counci 




Left in rifihl: Dill) Stutls. Dick Sale*. Brrl Wisilinuik. \l.m l.'nili Sinihn. Buh Slppp. Vice- 
President; |)«w'cl Wirrnalln. President. Pal Vlurlin. feeietar\-Treii\uier: Joliiiin Maim. Ko\ 
Dawkins. Sue l»arv. David Krancis. Sid I'roc'oi 



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Left i" riehl I 1 th) Thompson. Vice-President. Sw Bull, Freshman Re/iresentatin ' am 

Km \rlkins Head Proctor; I'al Martin. President: Barbara (>(iiiie. 'ieerelnry; ~\l\i.i Fo* 
/ rca.surer. 

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Sealed: David Francis. President. Left i<* right Berl Westbrook. V 
President: Ham Lone. Secretary: I * • » t • I la mips. //.<;</ Proctor. 



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Left to rip.ht : Bilh Stults President: Juclj William*. Treasurer: lane Bundv. 
Secretary: Ruin llallman. Vice-President, 



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Ih'iI M.ii mi. Treasurer: < \\ Faulkner. President i John S\kes. Stuilenl Government Representative'. Babs Hunt- 
lej . Secretins: \ I n ■ | •! i v OsIhuw. ' ice-rresiitent. 



I pon our arrival the Linfanuliarih and con- started classes with feai and trembling. Now, 

fusion nl new n.imr- and fares perplexed lis. The after our lir-i year, our uncertaintj 1 1 < » -— been re- 

first week w.i- mtv exciting ,i- we mel new room- placed li\ confidence under 1 1 » « - guidance "I pro- 

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Top row. left lo right: \n-i Bahaddin Vdelgari. 
Bobb) York Ubright. Josepli Rankin Hired. Jr.. J. .an 
Vnderson. Paul Dean Vtwell. Amanda Sue Vuman. 
Mania \nnc Bailey. 

Second row: Jack Price Barrier. Tob\ Lane Barrier. 
Franklin Douglas Bartlett. Walter Clyde Beck. Curtis 
Beeson. Juan Bennett. John Kemp Bennett 

Third ion: William Bishop. Kenneth Raj Black. 
Peter George Bougades. \\ illiam Gra) Brewer. Jr.. Stanle\ 
Cla) Broadway. S\dne> Vdelia Brock. Lawrence Eugene 
Brown. 



Fourth row: Doris Rose Brvan. James Buck. Law- 
rence Barretl Burwell. Xanc> Sue Bull, .lame- William 
Callahan. Claude I > ■ 1 1 \ Campbell. I lorace Samuel Cannon. 

Filth row: lames F. Cannon. Johnn) rhoma* Can- 
non. Roberl Smith Carrigan. \niia Jam- Carter. Julm 
Herman Cass. Jr.. Ollie Vlickej Reed Caudle. Jr.. Elsie 
Marie Cavanaugh. 

Sixth ran: narle) Vrrhie Chester. Ernesl \\ allei 
Chilton. Roberl Winfred Clinard. Micke\ VIc( oj i nlhert. 
Frank William Collin?-. Main Lee ' ra\en. loan EHie 
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7'ri/i /iK(. /<■// id right: !\'anc\ Gail Crews, Phillip 
Wiiiiii' Crockett. Laurence Stewart Currie. Harry Spencer 
[)a\is. Beverh Vnn Deal. Robert Boyd Dixon. Jackson 
D. Dobbins. 

Second row: Bernia Fa\ Dot\. Naomi llnili Drum. 
I!ipIiIi\ Ray Dunbar. Regina Dare Dunn. X • I « • 1 1 » 1 ■ J. 
Dziezxc. Jr.. Carolyn Jean Eagle. Frazier VIcLean Ed- 

u.llil-. II. 

Third row: June Faye Elder. Carol Vnn Ellerbe. 
Elaine Fain. Clyde Wheeler Faulkner. Jr.. Richard Jerry 
Faulkner. 1 .• - 1 ! • • \ Duke Fleming. Vubrey Ralph Flynt. 



Fourth ion: George I'liilip Filler, \nila Jeanene 

Fowler. Clarence Colbert Freeman. \Ya\nona Sue Fresh- 
water. Ronald Owen Fulp, Margaret \nne Funderburk. 

\l\a linger Furr. 

Fifth row: Brice Earl Gardner. Clayton Hani- Gard- 
ner. William Raymond Gardner. Rossie Garnet Gardner. 
Julia \niia Garner. Gabb\ Williamson Garrett. Uberl 

lioue (ia-kill. 

Sixth urn: Robert l.ee (lading. Julia \mi Glass. 
Helen Faye Gobble. Harold Gilmer Gray. Susie \nn 
Gray Lane Emery Greene. Carol Julee Groth. 



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'/',;,, /.,«. /<•/'/ /" '/i:/'/-- William Crubbs. \\ie Vnni 
Cum, i. Randall Guyer. Bobbj Hall. Robert Hall. Pau 
Hamuli's. Barbara Harris. 

Second row: Barbara Harper. Belt) Jo Harrington 
June Hani-. Louise Hani-. Thad Hartley. Carol) n ' 
Hastings. Patricia Louise Hauser. 

Third row: Pegg^ Ha\ worth. Bets) Hedgecoc-k. Bai 
bara Hedrick. Claudia Hemd..i.. I'..t*x II..U-. H"»an 
Holbrook. Jackie Holden. 



Fourth row. Louise Holmes. Pats) Jane Hunk-. Joe 

Home). Charles Hulill. |)a\'nl lirwr Hunt. I!al>« lliiutli-v. 

George Ivev. 

/■///// inn: \\ ill. in Jackson. Frank \. J'H<r-. V-llir 
Mac Jones. Roberl Jones. Shirle) Jones. Pal Jordan. 
VIehin Julian. 

Sixth row: Norma Jane Kearns. Pegg\ O'Neil Keel- 
ing. Carl Kenneth. I esse Kenned\. Vnne Kerr. Marianne 
Kimbro. \\ illi.iin 1 1. Kisei 



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7*oij roii - . /'■" /" right: Bill) Konkle. Jesse Lacke\. 
Jiniiiiv Lain. Joetta Lanier. 1 1 « • x Lanning. Roberl Laslej. 

(air. ill l.rmiaril. 

Secant/ row: Co) Briggs Leonard. Lawrence Lewal- 
len. Jack Lewis. Jane l.inville. Luke Livingston. Jiminv 
Loflin. Nell Long. 

Third row: Roberl Eugene Long. Bettv \nn Lord. 
MaiiUn Lowdennilk. Ronald Lucas. I" Ellen Lutz. Mar- 
zuerita Lwich. l!oldi\ Shaw L\ndon. 



Fourth ion : Hugh Morris VIcKnight. Thomas C. 
McLean. Roberl McNeill. Fred k. Macon. N. Coke 
Marion. David Martin. Eildii- Marlin. 

f'ijlli ran: I.. I). Marlin. Vernon Marlin. Rebecca 
Matthews. Shirle\ Miller. Uexander Mellnik. Pat Mize. 
C\nthia Moblev. 

Sixth row: Charles Raeford \l i. Donald Moon. 

Il>-iir) Walton Moore. Doris Morgan. Edmond B. Morris. 
Xanc) Morris. Pegg) Morris. 



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/ii/) yo;/. /<■// /o right: Pat Moser. Paul Moss. Mable 
Mullican. David I.. Myers, Pats> Myers. Bill) Nance. 
Hudson Nance. 

Second row: William Newkirk. Shirle) Nifong. Elsie 
Oakl.v. Mm |>h> Osborne, Sylvia Overby. June Carole 
Overny, Norwood Parker. 

Third row: S. J. Parker. Edward Milton Parsley. 
Murra) Kenneth Paxton. Barbara Payne. Vrnold Pender. 
W. S. 'lVnn.-M.-ll. I!..l..-rl I'.i.lu.-. 



Fourth ran: Fred Peters. J. L. Peterson. Robert 
Pharr. Hazel Starretl Phillips. Omer Nicholas Pope. 
Louise Pugh. Helen Rakestraw. 

Fifth row: Ruth Re\nolds. I!. C. Richter. Gene Rid- 
dle. Ruthie Ridge. John Rierson. Barbara Riple\. Chris- 
tine \. Robinson. 

Sixth row: Mark Rose Jr.. I ;.-! — •. Rouse. Gerald 
Rowe. \ancj \ nn Ro\al. Sarah Jean Rufl\. Ruth Saba- 
iini. Pats\ Jean Sammons. 



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/'.i/i ro«'. /'■/' /" right: Linda \im Sechrest. \rthur 
lci>\ili Sereque. Jr.. Harriet N, Shellon. James Gra\ 
Shellon. Roger \ l\ in Shellon. I lioma- William Shellon. 
Pals\ \nii Sherrill. 

Second row: Randall Thomas Shuler. Bets> Single- 
laix. Pin His Singleton. Vlfred Thomas Sink. James \. 
Sink. I!cii\ I.. Sloan. James E. Smith. 

Third ron : Jewell Smith. Robert II. Smith. Jr.. Ro\ce 
E. Smith. William Smith. Sarah Stall. ml. Vlariam Stal- 
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Fourth row: Paul Starnes. Raxenelle Stepp. William 
I.. Stewart, Jr.. Emih Lou Stone. Rhonda Strange, Pegg) 
Strawn. l»ol>|>\ Cl\de Suggs. 

Fifth row: James II. Sumner. David Dale Swaringen. 
John II. Sykes. Bett) Rose Templeton. Giles Oldam Ter- 
rell. Jane Tliornliill. Jo-i'pli P. Thornton. 

Sixth run: l.arr\ Wa\ ne Toler. Donald Eugene 
IoIIimi. Belt) Ross Tomberlin. Hill Tre\orrov\. Hans 
Tucker. Juliana Tueker. William I Tyson. 



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Top inn. \e\t to right: .hum'- Carnes I tley. Mill 
\ andri lord. I >< >1 >l > i<- \ andei lord. Norman Wa\ne Veach. 
Lam Bolton Waitman. Sarah Jam- Wall. James Kenneth 
Ward. 



Third row: I!.i\ Whicker. Sandra Wilcox. Itoherl \. 
Wilder. Lawrence I Wilkes. Lam I). Wilkinson. Jauel 
Lee William-. Helen Paige Williamson. 



Srr, in,/ ion : J . >l in 1 1 \ Waul. Judilli Waul. Waltei Lee 
Ward. Braxton I. Warner. Herberl Glenn Warner. Waltei 
Eugene Watkins. Bobb> W Westmoreland. 



Fourth row: Barbara E. Wilson. James Richard 
Wilson. Frances I.. wil*on. Nairn Wilsi>n. Daniel Vance 
Wood. Donald Clifton Workman. Lannir Marie Wright. 



Fifth rote: Pegg\ Sue Wright. Henn J. Vork. Jr.. 
Richard Lee ioik. 



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Sophomore Class Officers 




/.<■// in nuhi : Frank Daniels. Treasurer; llulu Hulliniiti. Secretary: lolimn M. President i VIar\ liuili Smiley. 

Student ( •■" •■' amenl Hipi esentotii i- . I.Mir-i II. ill / ire-President, 



Vfier pa — iug through ,i diluVull period "l ma k- rr,nk to go uu to higher conquests. Maj each 

inu adjustments lo strangf surroundings and silua- victor) find us more st rough Fortified than the last, 

linns, vve have reached our sophomore year more evei read) in go on to thai distant goal — Seniors, 

huinlile. • 1 1 • I we hope. .1 1 1 1 1 1 » - wiser. Now we are Nexl veal juniors, then we are there. 



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'/'"/» roic, /«•// /<> riff///: John Clifford Mwrnathy. 
Larrj ilbertsnn. Don D. Andrews. Curlis Vntis. Stanley 
Baker. Jr.. Ernie Ball. Christine Barber. 

Second row: Beth Jean Barker. Bobbie Barrett. 
Hallie Marie Bethune. William Franklin Blair. J. C, 
Bledsoe. Sylvia Vnne Bobu. Wayne J. Brewer. 

Third row: I > ■ 1 1 v Edwin Brown. Coj Lee Brown. 
William Clarence Buchanan, Cecile '■■ Billiard. Jane 

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Fourth rou ■ Shirlc\ Vim Caudill. Vasso < avas, 
I vel\n Chapman. I!"l"-n \l i linarrl, |>» \\ i umjilun, 

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huh row, Dmi ' i .1 1 1 1 ■ ■ i • I . Klnul Tl i- ( i.n.h 

Harold Crump. Sid Culpepper, lim Cunimings Prank 
H.nurl-. Rngei Da\ is 

Sixth row: Bronna |)ealon. Robert Dorkert. Mr« 
\nnii 1 » • ■ -.ii- Car) Dorset!. Stanlex Duke. Robert W 
Duncan. Helen l!.n' Dunn. 



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'/../. row. /-■// /<> right: Robert Dyer. Barbara \nn 
Eil wards. Jean Eller. Jahala Elouise Euday. Ronald 
Everett. Wilburn K. Everhart. George Watson Ferguson. 

Secoml row: \l Finle\. Ga>le Ford. Robert Foster. 
S\ l\ ia Fox. Beth Fraizer. CaroKn I - razier. (>arland S. 
( iammon. 

Third row: <lii« Gardner. Angie Gaskins. Barbara 
Going. William (". Gordon. IlilK Gra\. Norma Lee Grav- 

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Fourth urn: l.ans Kenneth Grissell. Jim i'.. Hall. 
iub\ llallman. Paul I!. Hampton. Lynwood Mton Harris. 
Sett\ C. Harrison. Robert l!a\ Harrison. 

Fijlli row: El-.ii- li. Nasty . Crxslal Hawkins. Warren 
I. Hawks. Fred Herbert. Jar -k i«- lloour. I)a\i<l llnl.l.arrl. 
Jobbie Haze Hunsucker. 

Sixth ion : I'alM Jo llnnlci. Crlmr I lull h ins. Libbj 
ran Hutehins. \'ani\ Inuram. Camilla 1 sli\ . Rosa Louise 
arrett. W. \. Jarrett. 



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7<i/) row, left to right: Vivian Jennings. Charles \. 
Johnson. Jack Johnson. James \. Joyce. I'lnlif V. Ken- 
ned). Craig Kesler. Dellierl Kirkman. 

Seronrl row: Jan kirkman. Bowl ('.. ki-llei. Clifton 
Koontz. Max Lanning. Pal Lassiter. Carlton Leonard. 
Pegg) Leonard. 

Thin/ row: Vonc\ le l.inlliicmn. Bets\ l.i|>|>ard. 1'iank 

Kerlee Litrell. Jr.. Pans) Liveng I. N'ancj lane Lucas. 

Shirlei Ann Lvtle. Tomm> MrMahon. 



Fourth row: John L. Mann. \\el>.|ei Marlowe. Elmo 
I). Marsh. Bobbi Martin. Herbert Maslcn. Bobbie Ma\. 
Jesse B. Mercer. 

Fifth row: Bobbie Mickex. Nanc\ Miller. Jean Mor- 
gan. Barbara Vnne Morrison. Rodney I. Morrison. Shelh\ 
Vjosle\. Bett\ Jan.- Mullinix. 

Sixth row: LTreaheth Mullins. ( li.nl,- II. Mwr*. I, 
Martin \eustadt. Jim Newman. Carl Bowl Nigh. |o I 
Curtis Nin Richard Ccrald Nixon. 



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7'<>/i /<>». /(// to rifilil: l!i"\ I' nil \nl>l<\ Jr.. Juan 
Parker. Tom Payne. Jr.. Robert Gerald Pegram. Gerald 
Phelps. Robert Eugene Phillips. Gaynelle Pennell. 

Second run: Fred \. Perdue. John Perry. J. V. 
IVii\ juliii. ('. li. Piiindi'xiiT. John Powell. Jackie Pugh. 
Sarah Pugh. 

Iliinl row: Freda \nn Redding. Man \nn Rhyne. 
Patricia Ritchie. Cl\de Ridgill. Gladys Robertson. Bar- 
bara \mi Scott. Julius Weslet Scott. 



Fourth run: \ l\ iii Linton Scawell. Juilv Seward, 
Thelma Seward. Grad\ llasscll Sholion. Jr.. Hazel Shore 
Marx Ruth Smiley. Mice Smith. 

Hjih row: Donna Smith. K\le Smith. (irorpr Man- 
rice Smith. Rufus Smithson. G. W. Sowers, Harold 
Staples. Jern \\ . Sin-on. 

Sixth ran: l.arrx Slranjic. IlilK I). Stutts, Cecile 
rhomas. Jr.. Frank Thomas. Jinum Vartu-r. F. J. Wag- 
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Top row, /c// /</ right: Mmi Warren, [ru Douglas 
Warren. Man Jane Waters. Mas Carlton Wea\il. Charles 
Whieharcl, Charles Lawrence While. Vlargurel \im \\ hiii 



Scrtinil t'tnr: ,|nliiin\ \\ilr\. I iii I v \\ illi.im-. Doris 
\\ 1 1 1 1 .■ 1 1 ■-■ >i ■ Paul Wilson. K < 1 1 1 1. • 1 1 1 I '.tul Workman. Vei 
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Left hi ripltl : \\>'\ Daivkins. Student Government Representative'. Bevprh 
Secretary: Dick Sale. I ice-l* resident; Buck Williford, President 



rleavner. Treasurer; I'liil Mowerv. 



Three year* logethei . . - liaiiffers added t" our liours . . . the Junior-Senior Prom . . . campaigns 
in i id I m-i . . . memories oj helping in orientation and elections . . . realization of next year's re- 
week . - . F'iglisli |i!.i< eioenl tests . . . sorority and »ponsil>ilities . . . looking forward i<< oui last year 
fraternitx parlies . . . our "gals wearing \\<-\\ together . . . seniors . . . rings, caps and gowns . . . 
fraternity | > i v ■ — . . . changing majors ami cheeking graduation. 



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First row. left to right : R\\\ Andrews, lames 77»/>rf row: N'athan II. Byrd. Sarah Col- 

Andrews. Wilma I^ce Baldwin. Karl Barber. Jack Irane. Mai \ Coleeri Cook. Elon <'""k. Shirle\ 

Beck. I aye ' o^er. 

Second row: Vrthur Blark. William Bost. Fourth row: l'ai-\ Cranford. Kathnn I«ee 

(lilo- Bowman Vnn Brad v. Elizabeth Broome. Craven. Fred Gordon Culler. Fo\ Culp. Linv\ I 

K. Daniels. 

Huh row: Robert Darden. Jr.. K"\ Daw- 
kins. Bernice Imogene Dixon. Wallace Dr\den. 
John East. 



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Firsl /mi. />•// 10 rifiht: Colon \\.i\in' Far- Third row: Jean Griffith. Emma Grace 

low. Dennis I.. Farlow. Florence B. Fisliel. Sarah llari-'-ll. I.nn llclli- llawies. Beverh Heavner. 

E. Iml'i-. .1 ■ ■— < -| ■ 1 1 Forcum. Jr. (.rue Edwin Honeycutt. 

Second row: Robert Frazier. Ph\llis Rae Fourth row: Camille Jones. Franklin I'. 

Gantt. Louise Farlow Gauldin. Priscilla Gingrich. Jones. \lfredo Jorge Julian. Jack V. Kearns. 

Connie Grant. [em Ray Kennerh. 

Fifth row: Mar) Lou Lanier. Evel\n Led- 
I. Mil. Joseph Lee. Robert E. Lee. J. Lee Lemons. 



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First row, left i" right: Patricia Lineberger. Third nut: Madu'i- ('laudia Miller. Da\id 

Jack \l>(':islin. I). I'raiik M< < !u 1 1< >< li . Lin raiiif Moore. Elaine Moore. Phillip Van Mower\. 

McCuriy. Warren Raj McDougle. Elizabeth Murra>. 

Second row: I»>Up\ Gene Manning. Jean Fourth row: John Leon Newton. James 

Man. Shirle) Melkum. jo \nn Meredith. Man Northington. Steven Joseph OW'eil. Jr.. Man 

Vlice Milbur'v. Katherine Page. Fa\e \gne.« Peedin. 

Fifth row: Joan Pendergrass. Merrill '•. 
Perkins. John Buford Pelt\. Louann Ra\ Prince. 
Marthelaine Reavis. 



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Firs/ row. /<■// fo right: Robert Lawrence Third row: Helena Smilli. S|»ih it Richard 

Ross. John M. Iluli\. kaj Isabel Russell. Bennie Smith, \ancj Stedman. John Lee Stewart. Man 

Saintsing. v. Dick Sale. Jr. McNeil Stuart. 

Second row: Bett\ Christine Sawyer. Bohb\ Fourth ion .■ Iiawnmid (llilimi Simmies. 

Franklin Scott. Nancy Watson Shellon. I sa belle Robert Hardx IVu. Carol II |.-i.n. Ili.miliv 

Skidmore. Raymond Skidmore. li ipson. Ellen Torrence. 

Fifth row: Barbara Vnn Turner. Beth \nn 
IN singer. Thomas I. I nderwood. William L. 

I ridei " ood. I>"l'li\ Jen- \ alentine. 



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Top row, left to right: Virginia \nn Walker. Second row: Donald <.. While, Ilnmia- 

kiiolon Wall. Viekie Dean Washburn. Mieke\ HaroKI While. William liawon While. Joe W. 

Franklin Washam. Vlargarel Ellen Westmore- Widenhouse. Jr.. James Donald Williams, 

land. 

Third row: Charles Buchanan Williford. 
Frank F. Winimer. LaVerne bright. 



Itn fflcmoriam 




L. C. Ellis 

killed I),.-. II. 195-1 



Bri i i Coopi R 
Died Xov. 20. 105-J 



Hi bert Johnson 
Died Nun. 24. 195-1 



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Top row. left in right: William Bost. Sarah Coltrane. Patsy Cranford. Koj Dawkins. Jerry Ke tI\. Mar) 

Vlice Milbury. David Moore. 

Second row: Jack VIcCaslin. Lorraine McCurry. Pal Peacock. John Petty. Helena Smith. Hard) Tew, Chief 

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First ron : Don Haynes. Sara Hamilton. Jack VIcCaslin. Sue Gary. Shirley Hani-. Second row: Pat Peacock. Bob 
Stepp. Mary Mice Millmry. Da\icl Francis. Jimmy McArthur. Third row: William Bost. 



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Officers, left /" right: Ken Frazier. I'resitlenl: Carolui Vargas. Secretary and Treasurer: .lime Rogers, Vice- 
President: Berl Weslbrook. Student Council Representative. 



Call it a goal reached, a dream come tun-, or campus. We have Learned ami we have loved ami 

a commencement into the business world what- now we embark into the Inline with inspiration 

ever ii i>. we know we have spent four ol our most from our Alma Mater and strength from our motto 
wonderful years socializing, studying, and most of Ml. SINE M MINE (Nothing Without Divine 

all living with Cluistian friends on an "ideal" Guidance). 



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DAVID MiLKS MSKIiWTIh 

Connell) Springs. \. (.. 
AM. French, English, Religion 

S*B, Vice-Presidenl I: President, Student <.>>\ 
ernmenl Vssociation 4; lli-l'u. Editor-in-Chief I. 
Associate Editor 2. 3, Photographei I. 2. 3. I: 
/.i miii. Photographer 1. 2. 3. I: Kappa Chi. 
1. 2. :'.. 1, Treasurer 3: Band I: M.S.F. I. 2: 
HPC News Bureau 1. 2. .i. 1: Student Legislative 
\— emblj I: Superlative, Most Popular: \f'ho\ 
II ho I 

BETO CAROLYN VDK1NS 

Statesville. N. <'. 

A.I',. English, Religion 

\ vi' .;. I: Who's II In, 4: Dormitor) Council. 
Head Proetor •'. I: Marshal, Summer School "54: 
Zkmtii. Associate Editm I: Mpha Delta Theta 
3, I: M.S.F. 3, I: Superlative. Mosl Likeh To 
Succeed: Dean's List 3: Fellowship Teams 3, I: 
Pfeiffei Jr. College, I. 2. 



ROBERT KENNETH WHKI \\ - 

lli^li Point, N. C. 

U.S. 

ROBERT M. VPPERSON 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

/>'..*>'. Business Administration 

h\ 2. 3, I: lli^-li Point College Chambei ..I 
Commerce 2: Guilford College I. 

MAffl I.I GENIA BEAT! 

Cleveland. N. C. 

/./»'. Religion, English 

\ vi' :\. Vice-Presidenl I: Upba Delta Theta '.. 
Vice-President I: Zenith, Feature Editor 1: 
M.S.F. :i. I: S.C.C. I: Inter-Sororit) Council '■'•: 
Towel Players 3: Fellowship Teams 3. I: Pfeifici 
Junior College. 

BARBARA \\N BENSON 

\\ Ueaf. N. C. 

LB. Religion, Social Studies 

vA* 2. .:. I. Seeretan 4: Mpha Delta Theta 
I. 2. .!. I: M.S.F. I. 2. 3. I: S.C.C.. Social Chair- 
man 3: Tower Players I. 2: Women's Chorus 3. 

i;<n RICH Mil' BEV W 
Thomasville. N. C, 
l.li Social Studies 
ilk \: F.T.A. 3: LR.C. 3: Deans List. 

EDWIN IIU5RISON Hi. \CK\\ I.I.I.. IR. 
i: S. 



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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



I) Will \l'.l.l!\ \ I'lh . Student GoVF lent President . . . 

Ili-I'n Editoi . . . College Photographer. 





cot BOVENDEH 
\\ inslun-Salem. \. ' '.. 
I. II. Religion, Philosophy 
Wake Forest College I. 2. 

n\i\n /. i;i;o\\ \ 
r.iuiiiiiihiii. v <". 

U.S. Business tuministraiion 

\\ \ ... k Office] I: High Point College Chamber 
nf ( 1< >i 1 1 1 1 ■• - 1 • p '>. I. President '■ 



ROBERT \. BR1 CE 
i tnconta, New t 01 k 
U.S. Business lumini.iiraiion 
'-' \ : \ eterans ( 'nuncil I. 



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I. LUCK 



Marion, South Carolina 

I. II. Soc nl Science 

II lio's Who l: /imim. Editor I: Kappa Chi 
'.. I President I: M.S.F. I: S.C.C. 3. 4: Towei 
Players '.: Spartanburg junioi College I- 2. 



I'M I i I! VYSON 111 \\ 

i •i.iIi.imi. \. c. 

/./■'. English, Social Studies 

Kappa Chi 3. I: Band l: M.S.F. 3: S.C.C. 3. I. 
Vice-President I: Library Assistant 3. I: F.T.A. 
>. I. Vice-Presidenl I: Louisburg Junior College 



JOHN M \TTIII.W 111 RTO.N 
Reidsville, \. C 

S*K 2. 3. I. Chaplain \. I: Kappa Chi I. 2. 3. I. 
Vice-Presidenl 2: Delegate I" National Kappa 
i hi < iinferpnce '■'>: S.C.A, Representative M.S.F. 
2: VI.S.F. 1.2. 3. Treasurei 3: Student Christian 
Council. Secretary and Treasurer 2. President 
3. I: President of Southeastern Pre-Ministerial 

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WILLIAM CAMPBELL 
High Point, N. C. 



ROBERT l> \YII> CARROLL 

Hillsboro, Y ('.. 

U.S. Business tdininislralion 

S*E, Presiclenl I: Hi-I'o Skill 3; Choii I 
erans (lull .'!. I. 



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MRS. DORIS CASH VI I 

I > . 1 1 1 r I ] I - 1 1 1 . < 1 1 . \. ( '.. 

B.S, Business [dtninisl ration 

\ \>i' 2, ;. I: \\.\. \. I: I'.'l". \. 2: Guilford 
College I. 



ELEANOR CLAPP 
Greensboro. N. C. 

B.S. Physical Education 

SA*, Publicity Manag -i !•: W.A. \. S| - Man- 
ager I: Intramural Manager 2. Vice-President ''>. 
Presidenl I: F.T.A. I. 2.3. I: l.l! C. 3, I: M S.F. 
I. 2. 



Ill BERT CLIN VRD 

Seagrove. N. C. 

I. II. Relieion 



.11 l.l \ \\\ COCKERH VM 

Dobson, \. C. 

I. II. Elementary Education 

SA*, Publicity Managei 3; W.A.A. I 2. 3. I. 
Marshal 3: F.T.A. 3: Spanish Club L 



1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



CAROLS \ \DKI\- . \-o, iat, | ,| i /, M , M . . . 

\lpha Delta I heta . . , Doriuitorx Council. 



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ROBERT W. COMBS 

Pinnacle. \. C. 

B.S. Business IdminUtra'ion 

\ rh mm- ("imril i: Dnrniil'irx Council 1: High 

I'.iinl f.i.llepe ( li.iinl.ii ■ .f (. iik-i . i- l: Clmji 

I: M.S.F. I: Mitchell College I. 2, 3. 

\l\i;i \\\ II RNER CoiiK 

Dam ille. Va. 

/./.'. Religion, English, Music 

\ \'l>: Dormitory Council, Treasurer I: ///•/'.. 
Business Staff 'i. t: Choir •'<. I: Women's Choir. 
President 3: Vlpha Delia Theta 3; M.S.I'. 3, I: 
S.t ( . Representative 3; Summer School Mar- 
shal: Panhellenii Council 3, I: Maj Courl 3: 
Dean's List 3: Vesper Choir 3: Pfeifler Junior 
College I. 2. 



WILLI Wl II. cook 
Brightwaler. Long Island. N. V 
III. History 
AS*: //'-/'» 3. I: Band 3. I: Choir 3, I, 

I! Wlo\ \ COl RIE 

Kinston. N. C. 

U.S. Business idminislralion 

Mi^li Point College Chamber >>f Commerce I. 2. 
3. I. Secretar) I: W.\.\. I. 2, 3. I: F.T.A. I: 
Tower Players I: Superlative. Friendliest: State 
Historian. F.B.L.A. 1: Dance Committee I: 
Intramural^ I. 2. 3, I 

II -TIN BRANTL1N COX. JR. 

Seagrove. IV. (.. 

I. It. Social Studies 

i'M.. Secretary I: I niversitj of South Carolina 
I. 2: Zenith Staff I. 



ROBERT DON \l.l> DAVIDSON 

Cambridge iliiv. Indiana 

B.S, Physical Education 

A5«I>: Basketball I. 2. i. I. Captain I: F.T.A. 
2. .!. I: Who's II ho. 

S. M.I.IA DbHART 

Stuart. Va. 

I.I'-. Social Studies, Psychology 

m.\: Kappa Chi I: Veterans Club I: I. lit.. I: 
//i-/'./ Stall I: Ferruni Junior College. 

HERBERT DIXON 
Kin^- Mountain. Y C. 

B.S. Chemist n 



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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



\ \\ HI I.I.im k . . Kappa ( In 
. . . Sludenl ' In islian ' uunril. 



I'ii sidenl ... /i m i ii Erlitoi 



WW DELORES DODSON 

Sand) Ridge. Y C. 

LB. English 

\ \'l'. Treasurei I: Vlpha Delia Theta I. 2. 3. 
M.S.I". I. 3. 



HARRIET I 'I FF 
Milton. N. C. 
U.S. Home Economics 
B50, 1. :;. I. 



M \\ \\ \l»l Itl LIN 

Newton, N. C. 

/.A'. Religion 



JEANNINE EASTERLINC 

Rockingham. Y <.. 

/./>'. liclii'ion 

Alpha Delta Theta I. '_. 3. I. Social Chairman: 
M.S.I'. 1.2,3. I: S.C.C. I: Towei Players 2. I. I 
Publicih Chairman I: Spanish Club I. 



BARBARA I \M. F.l>\\ \RDS 

Charlotte. Y C. 

/./>'. Primary Education 

■I'M. Reportei and Historian I: Zenith. Sororiti 
Chairman I: Choir 3: M.S.F. 3. 1: Brevard I »l 
leae I. 2. 



WILLI \M \\. I 1. 1. IK. JR. 

Greensboro. N. <'. 
U.S. Business tilminislration 

IIKA: Junior Varsit) Basketball 3: Tennis I 
Brevard College I. 2. 




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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

ROBIft DAVIDSON.. Varsilv Basketball ... Future Teach 
ei - "l \ i n .1 . . . Senioi : — ■ i j | ■« - 1 lathi . 





HO^ I . II BANKS 

High Point. \. C. 

/./.'. Religion 



PA1 LA JEANNE EVERETT 

Camp Lejeune. V (.. 

I. It. I'iiiiiiii\ Education 

\ vi I: \l|,ha Delta Tlieta I. ± 3. I: V1.S.I -'. 
.!. I: E.T.A. .-.. I. 



\ \\( n \\\l. EVEKH Mil 

High Point, Y C. 

I.li. I'liiiim i Edui uiion 



DAVID I I.I. FRANCIS 

Klkin. \. C. 

/.' S Bll.linCSS III 'ill I II I -/ / II I i I ■// 

\XA. Treasurer 3. I: Men's Dormilon Council. 
President I: II ho's II ho I: IIil;Ii Poini Chambei 

..I C im.-i. ■• I. 2. I'.. I: P..S.1 . I: I.R.I . I. 

Dean's List I. 2. '. I-. Student Government Rep- 
resentative I. 



KENNETH RO\ I RAZ11 R 
Narrows. Va, 

R.S. Physical Education 

Ai'i. President '■: Hi-Po Sports Editoi 1: Dormi- 
lon Council. Vice-President .'.: Senioi I lass 
President I: Marshal 3: II ho's II ha I: Inter- 
|- 1 ;ii-'i iniv Council. Vice-President I: Basketball 
I. 1. ■■■. I: Uasehall I: Tennis 2: Track I. 2. 



RORI !; I GEN1 I "\\ l.i.i: 
Norwood. Y • . 

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BILtt FRYE 

High Point, N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 



Ills \. 



M\m SUE GAMBLE 
Waxhaw, \. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

SA*, President 3: Zenith, Business Staff I: 
High Point College Chamber >>( Commerce 2. 3. 
1: Choir .'«. -1: M.S.F. .'?. 4: I'anhellcnic Council 
2: W.A.A. I. 2.M. 1: F.T.A. .'.. I: Maj Queen I: 
Candidate for Miss High Point College I: Win 
pair Junior Gillrgi-. Suimiikt School. 



SI E \LLISON GAR} 

Winston-Salem, \. C. 

6.5. Business Idminist ration 

KA I. 2. 3, I. Presidenl I: Who's Who I: Hi-Po 
Staff 1. 2. Advertising Manager 3. Business 
Manager I: W.A.A. I, 2. 3, I: Tower Players I: 
Superlative, Musi Popular: Studenl Government. 

CAROLYN JOYCE GIDEONS 

Willard, N. C. 

/./.'. Elementary Education, Social Sludiiw 

VA*; Upha Delta Theta 2. :'.. I: Choir 3: 
Women's Chorus 3: M.S.F. ::. I: F.T.A. 3. I: 
I.R.C. I: Fellowship Teams I, 

JIMMY CONRAD GILLAND 

Salisbury. N. C. 

I. II. Social Studies 

kappa Chi I. 2. 3. I: M.S.F. 12: Class Treas- 
urer 1 . 

FRANKIE DEAN <:<>\l> 

Madison, Y C. 

I. II. Elementary Education 

EA4>, Corresponding Secretarj I: W.A.A. 1.2.3. 
I. Treasurer 2. Secretarj ">. Vice-Presidenl I: 
F.T.A. 1. 2. 3; Spanish Club I. 



BETO SIMMONS GRANT 

( loncord, N. C. 

/./>'. Elementary Education 

DAVID C. HAMBRICK, JR. 

Charl ■■ N. C 

I. II. Religion 
SX. Davidson College. 



1955 




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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

l»\\ Hi I K \\<:i> . . . 1 1.. i. niton President ■ • ■ Student Gov- 
ernment Representative . . . Future Business Leaders of Vmei 
ica. 





SARA FRANCES HAMILTON 
Troy, N. C 
/./.'. Religion, Social Studies 
\ \'l>; Dean's List I. 2: Who's Who I: Toww 
Players I. 2. 3. Secretar) and Treasurer 2. Presi- 
dent 3: Choir 2: Mpha Delta Theta 1. 2: Student 
Government 2: S.C.C. 2. I: M.S.F. 1. 2. I. Pro- 
gram Chairman. 

CARLOS OCTAVIO HORCASITAS 
Mexico <lii\. Mexico 
U.S. Spanish 
YH.\I. Club; Spanish Club 1. 2: Tennis I. 2. 
3. I: Intramural Football and Basketball: N.irili 
Stale (JMifrri-inr Trmii.* l><>nl>l<\« Champion '•: 
Singles ' lhampion t. 

Ql II \ II VRRELL 
Clinton. N. C. 
/./•'. Elemental \ Education 
KA: F.T.A. I: Tower Plavers 3. I: M.S.I. 2; 
Zenith 1: Choir 2: Hi-Po I: \\.<:.l .N.C. 

SHIRLEY CR \.j II VRRIS 

Stoneville. N. C. 
/./>'. Elementary Education 
SA#. Secretar) I: W.A.A. 3. I: Order at the 
Lighted Lamp 3. I: Marshal 3: " ho's II ho I: 
Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 1: Class Treasurer 3: F.T.A 
Secretar) 2. Vice-President 3, President I: Span- 
ish Qub I: Superlative. Most Intellectual. 

I>(>\ \\. HAYNES 
Jamestown. N. '.. 
/./;. History 
Dean's List I. 2. 3; Kappa Chi I. 2. Treasure) 
.'!. Vice-President I: Tower Players 3: Baseball 
Manage] I: Marshal. Summer School 3; Who's 
II hit I: Dormitor) Council, Head Proctor U 
Fellowship Irani 3. 

\\Di;i:\\ PERR^ HAYWOOD 
Vsheboro, N. C. 
I. II. Social Studies 
I'M-:. Historian I: Zenith 2. :'.. I. Vsst Feature 
Editoi 3. Fraternin Editor: Hi-Po '■'•- I. Frater- 
nit) Editoi I: Band I: F.T.A. t. 2.3. U UR& 
1. 2. Vice-President 3. President I: Tower Play- 
ers I. I : Spanish Club L 



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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



MA FRAZIER . 
Basketball Team . 



I'm -iii.nl m| -— « ■ t i i • • t ( la— . . . \ . i f — i 1 > 
luilioi Marshal. 



II \RR\ L. HENNIS 

Greensboro. N. <!. 

U.S. Business idministralian 



I'.ll.n lilt I CI". IIKKI5ICK 
Thomasvillc. N. C. 
U.S. General Science 
Baseball I. 2. 3, I. 



liol'.n BRICK HEDRICK 
Thomasville, V C. 



RICH Mil) I.. HENSDALE 

Fayetteville. N. C. 
U.S. Business idminist ration 

IIKA: ham.' Committee I: Delegate i" Studenl 
Legislative \ssembly. 



MARTHA I. HENSON 

Vilas, \. C. 

/./.'. Religion, English 

\.\'l': Zenith, \ssociate Business Manager I 

Choii 3; Mpha Delta Theta 3, I: M.S.I-. 3. 4 

Ma\ Court. Maid of Honor I: Dean's Lisl I 
Fellowship Tram: Pfeiffer Junior College. 



GALEN \l. HILL 

Portsmouth. Va. 

■/.//. Religion, Philosophy 

<->\: Kappa Chi, National President: Ferrum 
Junior College, Tower Players. 




SI 




\\ n. 1. 1 \\l \. HIPPS 

Candler. V C. 

U.S. Business Itlrninistration 

HK\. Treasurei '<■ l'n~i<l<'ni I: ///-/'<> Plming. 
raphrr I: Junior Class President: Zenith, 

Ph grapher I: I.R.C. 1: M.S.F.: F.B.L.A. I: 

Tnwei Players. Publicity Manager 2. .'(: Dormi- 
i ■ -is i ouncil. Proctoi I. 



|)\\ ID II. HOLT 

\sheboro. \. C. 

. I. It. Social Studies 

MX: F.T.A.; Dean's Lis! 3: Intramural Basket- 
ball. Volleyball 3. I: I.R.C. Representative I: 
Veterans Club 3. I: Pfeiffer College. 



JOHN \. Ill I. IN 
High Point. N. C. 
t .11. Social Studies 



FLOYD >i<>\\ I. Ill II 

Linrolnlon. Y (.. 

/./.'. Religion. Social Studies 

S*B: Zi Mm :;. I: Band 3. I: F.T.A. 3. I: 
I.R.C. 3. I: Melhodisl Studenl Fellowship .".. I: 
Kap|>a < lii '.. I : Bre\ ard ' iollege. 



Rll.n \ \\ III NTER 

\\ inston-Salem. V <'. 

/./.'. Religion. Social Studies 

Kappa Chi 3. I: [.R.C. k M.S.F. ,S: Emory and 
llenrj College. 



ROBERT I! UMSON ill NTEB 
\\ inston-Salem, Y C. 



DOR \ III S> 
Vale. \. C. 

B.S. Home Economics 
E50: M.S.F. I: Brevard College I. 2. 



\\\ IE LEE ISENHOl I! 

Concord. Y C 
B.S. Physical Education 

Future Teachers of America I: Choir 3: Men's 
Glee Club I: Pfeiffer Junioi College I. 2- 



1955 



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GEORGE C J ^CKSON 
Greensboro, V ('. 



CHARLES TILLMAN JARRELL JR 

Wilmington, N. C. 

AM. Social Studies 

IIKA; M.S.F. I: Marsha], Chief I: Band 1. 2, 
.'!. I. Drum Major I: Track Team 2. .".. I: Span- 
ish Club: Civic Symphony: Intramural Sports. 



I'vn.'ici \ hiiwi: .iuii\><>\ 

\sheboro. \. (!. 

I. II. English, Education 

SA*; Treasurer '5: Eta Mu Eta Club I: Dormi- 
tory Council. Hall Proctor I: Zenith, Busim — 
Stall I: ///-/'«. Km Ikiiiu.- K.lih.r 2. 3. I: M.S.F. 

:;. I: \\. \.\. 2. 3; F.T.A. 3. 4: l.R.C. I: Epsilon 
Sigma Omicron I. 



PA1 I. II VMMOND JONES 
Martinsville. Va. 
U.S. 
AS4>: Junior Varsity Basketball. 



JOHN FRANKLIN JOYNEK 

Vanceboro, N. '■- 
I. It. Religion, Social Studies 

M.S.F.3,4; F.TA S: Fellowship Team 1: Louis 
Imi ti Junioi College. 



KENNETH KEENE. JR. 

Coats, Y <:. 

U.S. Administration 

TKE 3, I: B.S.I • 3: Inter-Fraternity Count il 3: 
( I rand I lost f TKE. 



1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



SJ I CAR'J . . . Business Manage] n| lh-1'n . . Student 
Gove hi Wnriation , , , Inter-Sororit\ Council. 




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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



SARA HAMILTON , . , President of Towei Pla\ers . Stu- 
drill Christian Council , , Methodist Student Fellowship. 





I.iil ISE Mi VNCES KENNEDY 

Rabbins, \. C 

U.S. Business Administration 

SA«1»: II. \. I: I.R.C. I: B.S.1 . I. 2: Zkmiii. 
Copv Staff: VI.S.F. 3: Upha Delta Theta 3: 
\\.< ;.l N.C. I : High Poinl Chamber of Com- 

nii'ii >' l. 



NANC\ JO KENNEDY 

Thotnasville. N. <•- 
111. Elementary Education 
Future Teachers nf \merica I: U.S. I . 

JOSEPH CL\ DE KNOX. JR. 
\\ ilmington. N. I .. 
/./»'. Social Studies 

IIKA. Pledgemastei ■'■: Zenith, Business Man- 
age) I: ( hoii I: I.K.( . .'.. I: Varsity Track 
ream: Presbyterian Junior College I. 2. 



VINCENT LEONG 

tpon. 1'i-iak. Malaya 

/./.'. Mathematics 

A3<I>. Corresponding Secretary 4: Tennis Team: 
Choir: Tower Players '.. I: Men's Glee Club 1: 
Kerrum Jtinioi College. 



HARM GLENN LONG. JR. 

Gastonia. \. C. 

LB. English 

Kappa Chi I. 2. '<. I: S.C.C. Kepn-M-ntalive I: 
|.,u.-i I'luwr- I: M.S.I". 1. 2. ::. I: Editor "f 
The Lamp I: S.C.C. 4: l)nnniii>r\ Council. Sorc- 
lan -Treasurer I: Muki- I niversih I. 2. 



JOHN I. Mi VDAMS 
High Point. \. C. 
B.S, Business \dministralion 
Y C. State Col lege I. 



1 



JAMES FRANKLIN \l< \i;iin R 

Draper, Y C. 

/./.'. French, Social Studies 

Zenith. Husin<-» Stair I: l.li.C. |. : o,,|,., ,,f ,|„ 
Lighted Lamp. 

i!l III OWEN Vlt DANIEL 

Pinnacle. \. C. 
/./.'. Elementary Education 

lli^li I'nini College Siiill Membei .1. I: B.S.I 
.5. I: Future Teachers "I America 3, I. 



ELWOOD \\\UU\ 

Norwood. N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

TM-.: F.T.A. •'■• 4: Block II Club; Baseball I. 2. 
.".. I. Co-Captain 3, I: B.S.I . 2. .'.. I: Intramural 

Spoils. 

PATTIE SI K MARTIN 

Denton, N. ('.. 

I.H. Religion, Social Studies 

\ V<K Treasurer 3 ; I.S.C. Representative I: Presi- 
dent. Woman's Hall I: Marshal 3: Who's Who 
4: Hi-Po, Sororit) Editor :'.. I: Choir 2: M.S.F. 

1. I: S.C.C. 2: Panhellenic Council I: Ma) 
Court. Maid 'if Honor I: Secretary-Treasure! 
uf Sludenl ' rovernmeiil I. 



SARA REBECCA MARTIN 
Mayodan. N. C. 

U.S. lilt St fit's* til III HI I Sl I till! HI 

Alpha Delta Theta I: F.B-L.A. I. 2. 3. I. Secre- 
tary 2: B.S.U. 1.2.3. I: F.T.A. I: ZENITH. Cop j 
Staff: I.R.C. I: Dean's Lis) 1. 

CHARLES MAI LTSB1 

High Point, \. <:. 

U.S. Business idininistra/ion 

2*E: Zenith. Sports Editor 2, .'i. I: Hi-Po, 
Sports Editor I: Basketball Innouncer 2. !. 

LEONARD MAYO 

111. Religion 

Choir !: Kappa Chi 3. I: Louisburg Junioi 
College. 

JOYCE MELLIS 
High Point. N. C. 

■i'\i: PanbeJJenic Council I: Hi-Po Stall 2. 3; 
Da) Studeni Council, Secretary 3: W.A.A. I: 
I.K.C. I: F.T.A. I: Cheerleadet I 



1955 




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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



SHIRLEY II VRRIS . . . Presidenl ol F'ulurc Teachers of \ r- 

ica . . . Ordei "I ill" 1 i ■_: 1 1 1 . . I I imp , . . lunior Marshal. 





I><>\ \l.lt \\ KI'.STKI! MII.I.KIi 

Belmont. \. C. 

I. II. Social Studies 

Kappa Chi 3. k Membership Chairman I: M.S.I'. 
I: Pfeiffer Junior College I. 2. 



RII HARD OWENS 

Jamestown. IN. C. 

U.S. 

MX, \ i< r-l'l.-iililll .'.. I'li->iili-|ll I. 



\ WICK I. PARKER 
Seagrove. \. C. 



JACK PARKS 
Climax, N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

II K \. 



JOHN R. PEACOCK. JK. 

High Point \. C. 
/./>'. English, Sin nil Studies 

HK\. Historian I: Dean's List 2. .'!. I: Tower 
Players I. 2: I.R.C. I: Kappa Chi I. 2. M. Social 
Chairman 3: Choir I. 2. 3. I. Business Manager 
I. Presidenl i: Band I. I: Hi-Po, Business Staff 
2: /i miii. Business Mall I: F.B.L.A. I Mar 
-luil :;. 



PATRIC1 \ PEACOCK 

High Point. \. C. 
l.U. Primary Education 
\ VI- Marshal: College Choir. 



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1955 



. 




WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



DON HAYNES . . . Kappa I hi Vice-Presidenl 
I'astoi . . . Basketball Vlana»< i FYcshman Vear. 



. "—I ■!• !•'■• I 



WILLIAM DARRELL PEACE 
Hi«h Point, Y C. 



VESTAL POTTS 

\clwilHf. \. C, 

U.S. Physical Education 

Tower Players I: B.S.U. _: Intramural Sports 

1. 2. ■',. I. 



v*» 



J VCk B. POWELL 
< lasar, N. C. 



PERT PRETTYM VIS 
High Point. \. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

<I»M, Treasurer 3. President I: Panhellenic Coun- 
cil 3. I, Secretarj I: W. \. \. ± 3. I: Cheer- 
leader I: Superlative. Wittiest. 



SIDNEY PROCTOR 

Lexington. N. ('. 

U.S. Business idministration 

\\.\. Pledge Trainer •'{- Executive Committee ">- 
Social Chairman 1: F.B.L.A. I: Inter-Fraternitj 
Council 3. I. Vice-President I: Student Govern- 
ment I: F.T.A. L: I.R.C. I: Tower Players 3: 
Order of the Sheiks L: I niversih of North Caro- 
lina I. 



CHARLES PRI KIT 

Mt. Viry. \. C. 

B.S Business idministration 

1'l'K: Marshal '■'<: Band I. 2, 3. I: Spanish Club. 





ELLA C. RANKIN 
\\ inston-Salem, \. C. 



Dl NCAN WW REDD1TT 

Genev a. New 'i ork 

History 

TKE. Historian: Inter-Fraternitj Council I 
President 2: I.R.C. I: F....il.all 1.' 2: lia.-k.-tl.all 
I. 2: Track Coach and Participant 1. 2. 3, I: 
lock II Club: Swimming Coacn I. 2. 



GERALD \. REIFF 

High Point, \. C. 

/./;. Religion 

Choir '■'<: Kappa CM .'i. t. Virr-Pivsiili-ni .'<: Theo- 
logical Seminar) >>f the Reformed Episcopal 
Church. Philadelphia. Pa.: Pastor ■ >( Crestwood 
ami Randolph Presbyterian Churches 3. I. 



II \l. ROGERS 

Charlotte. N. C. 

Lit. Religion 

SA*. Secretary .'i: Srnvian Class 2. \ i« • - - 
Presidenl Class 4: Zenith Staff I: Hi-Po SialF 3; 
Choir 2. .:. I: llpha Delta Theta I. 2. 3. I: 
M.S.F. 1. 2. 3. I. Secretarj 2: Panhellenic Coun- 
cil I. Treasurer I: F.T.A. 2: Tower Players 2. .1. 
I: Fellowship Teams I: Dance Committee 4. 



J WIKS TYSON SCOTT 
High Point, Y C. 

Lit. Social Similes 

S*E: Tower Players I: Spanish Club I 



LERO"i SELLERS 

High Point, N, C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

TKE. Pt lories "'•: F.B.L.A.: Intramural Sports 
I. 2. I. I: Lenoir-Rhyne College 1. 



JO W\ SHORT 
Sophia. N. C. 

/./;. I't mini \ Education 



JIM SINGLETON 

Pell Cits- Ma. 
l.B. Reunion 



1955 



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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

PAT MARTIN . . . \\ . . r ...... - II. HI Presidenl . . . Sludenl Goi 

ernmenl Secrr-larv-Treasurei . . . lunim Marshal. 



\\A\U\ SLA1 NWHITE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

/./;. History 

\X.\. Secrelar) •"•: 1 1 i>-i< <i i;m Mini Correspondent 
I: Delta Psi Omega; Stale Legislature Repre- 
sentative 3. I: Intramurals 3, I: Campbell [unioi 
College I- 2. 



EDWARD STANLE\ SMALL 

Conway, S. ( '.. 

[},S. General Science 

©X, Treasurei ■'!. Vice-Presidenl I: Marshal I: 
Veterans Council 2. I: Choir 3: Inter-Frateriiih 
Council 3: Town- Players 2: I'.k. Cluh '.. I 



FAITH SNEEDEN 
\\ ilmington. \. ('. 

/./;. Christian Education 

Alpha Delta Thela 3, I: M.S.I. 3. I: S.C.C. I: 
Tower Players .'!. I: Fellowship Teams I. I. 

Chairman Fellowship Team C iittee l: Wil- 

minslnn College I. 2. 



CARL SPARKS 
Vsheboro, \. I :. 

in. 



High Point \. C. 
B.S. 



I WIKS \. STANLEY 

Tabor < -• t > - N. C. 

U.S. Business idminislralion 

TKE, Grammateus; F.B.L.A, 3. I: Inler-Fraler- 
nit) Council 3: I.R.C. 3: Veteran's Cluh "■: \- 
sistanl to Coach 'i "« .!: Vssistanl to Mi. Dale I. 




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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



BOB STEPP . . - Studenl Covernmenl \ i< .-l "r .-i. I. ni . . . 
Freshman Class Presidenl . . . Vletlwdisl Sluileiil Fellowship. 



rm 



t'vJ 



\ 






^\K. 



4% ££ 





l;\1 STEPHENS 
High Point, Y C. 



BOB STEPP 

W inston-Salem. N. I •• 

U.S. General Science 

S«I>E: Freshman Class President: Whos Who I; 
Vice-President. Studenl Government Vssoeiation 
I : ( Irder of the Lighted Lamp. 



\\ II. 1. 1 \M BRENT STi; \l (.ll\ 
Walkertown. N. C 
I. II. Social Studies 
Towei PIa\ers •'•. I. 



ROBERT W II. 1. 1 VMS TANNER 

Vlarion, S. C. 

/»'..-/. Social Studies 

S<MS. Pledge Presidenl I: Kappa Chi 3. k M.S.I' 
'.. I. Council V. Spartanburg Junior College. 



I. HARR\ TESH 

I homasv ille. N. ( .. 

U.S. Business Ulministraiion 

i IK. 1. 3: I 111.. \. 2. 3. I. President 3: Fool 
ball I. 1. 



ISABEL VNNETTE THAYER 

High Point. N. C. 
5.5. Business idininistration 
Guilford College I. 2. 



00 



MIGUEL ANGEL REYES-VARELA 

Mexico City, Mexico 

A.li. Social Studies, Spanish 

iS*: I.H.C. 3: Block II Club I. 2, 3, I: Spanish 
Club 1. 2: Intramural Sports I. 2. '.',. I: Foot- 
ball 1. 2: Tennis 1. 2. 3, I. Captain I. 2. (, I. 



CAROLYN FEATHERST01N VARGAS 
Greensboro, V (.. 

■t.li. Elemen/ar) Education 

2A*; Who's Who I: Marshal '■'•■. Dormilor) 
Council, Vice-Presidenl I; Class Secretarj I. 
Treasurer I: Upha Delta Theta I. 2: M.S.F. 
1,2; F.T.A, I. 



MARGARET VENABLE 

High Point. N. C. 

(./»'. ffome Economics 



RALPH G. VICK 

Norwood. IV '•'. 

Business tdminislration 

TKE; Veterans Council, Secretary-Trcasurei 
I: Pfeiffer Junior College. 



MAURICE ALEXANDER WADDELL. JR 

Fair ISIulT. \. C. 

U.S. General Science 

IIKA: Newspaper Feature Editor 3: Tower flay- 
ers 2. 3, I: Choir 2. 3: Zenith, Business Sta'fl 
3. I: ///-/'". News Staff I: I.R.C. I: Davidson 
College I. 



DAVID L. W VGONER 

High Point. \. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

TKE, President 2: Inter-Fraternitj Council 3. 
President 4: Band I. I: Veterans Council I. 2. 
3, I. 



S*E: 



ODELL WALKER 

llijrli Point. \. C. 

/./.'. Religion 



BILL W \lil>. JR. 
High Point, N. <:. 
/./.'. Education 
F.T.A.; Veterans Club: U.N.C 



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1955 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



I VROLYN \ \RGAS . . • Senioi Class Treasure! - • ■ Vice- 
l'ii-nliiii Woman's 1 1 . • 1 1 . . . Junior Marshal. 





M\i;i COLEEN WARD 

High Point. N. C. 
B.S. Physical Education 

Ih^u. Lisl I. 2. .!. I: Spanish Club I: W.A.A, 
I. 2. .'!. I. Secretan I: F.T.A. I. 



RITA .1 Wl. \\ \HI> 

Thoniasville. N. C. 

/./>'. Elementary Education 

2.VI>. Vke-Presidenl I: F.T.A., Secretarj 3; 
Dean's li-i -'. 



m \\\\ ill \i. w n 

Carthage, N. C. 

B.S, Business id ministration 
I. II. Social Science 

I .1: I.. \. I: Duke I niversiu I. 2. 



BERT WHITLEY WESTBROOK 

Richlands, Y C. 

/./;. English 

Student Governmenl Representative I: Dormi- 
tory Council k Vice-Presidenl I: Summer Scl I 

Marshal •: Choii I: M.S.I'.. Presidenl I: S.C.C. 
I: Basketball I: Track .!: F.T.A. 1. Treasure! 
I: Men's Glee Club I. 



BILL WHITESIDE 

Matthews, Y C. 

111. Religion 



5*K: kappa Chi :'.. I: Bawl ".. I: M.S.F. 
S.I .( . '■ : Brevard Junior College I. 2. 



. j. ;.• 



ID \ I. II. WILES 
Worthvilie. Y C. 

\ \'l'. Devotional Chairman I: Choir 2. '.. I; 
D.V.V.H: \ Ij >Iili Delta Theta I: U.S. I ..Secretarj 
2. Vice-Presidenl '•. Musii Direcloi I: Double 

I.Iii.hI.I 2. I: Sextet I. 



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WHO'S WHO BESIDES STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



IHlin I. II . . . Woman's II., II I ouncil . . . Weekenders' I luh 
. . . Special Mini, -iii . . . Presidenl of Humane Societ) . . . 
I'i|„' Filters I nion , . Hoarding House Ylanagei . . President 
,,f iln- Sand Bos i Hub. 



I.ACY WILLIAMS. .II!. 
Star. \. <:. 



MARGARET WILSON 

Bald Creek. \. C. 

/./>'. Religion, English 

Alpha Delta Theta 3, Presidenl I: Choir '5. I: 
S.C.C. I: M.S.F. 3. Vice-PrcsidenI I: Towei 
Plavers 3. 4: Fellowship Irani- I: Mai- Mill 
Junior College. 



\KMI.\T\ WOOD 

\\ ampee, S. ( I. 

-/./>'. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. I: B.S.U. 3, 4: Spartanburg Junioi Col 
lege. 



BILL FRANKLIN \\ RIGHT 

High Point, V C 

B.S. Business Administration 

HK\. vice- Presidenl I: Iiiler-Fraternih Coun- 
cil 3. 4. Secretan I: F.B.L.A. 3. I: Da) Studenl 
Council 3; B.S.U. 2. 3: Choir 2: I.R.C. 3: Track 
2. ,i: Intramural Sports; Appalachian State 
feachers College. 



VESTHA i:i!o\\ \ 
Special Student 




.,.; 




BEST LOOKING 
Sin Proctor 



Senior Superlatives 

BEST Ml. ROl \l> 

iim;i.i - .1 m:i;i:i.i. I'm MARTIN 



MOST INTELLECT! M. 
w in Frani i- Shirley II vkris 



MOST LIKEI v i TO SI CCEED 
Bill Ei i eh <;u;<h.\n \dki\> 






l>\\ id Vbf.rn \ i m Si i. G.un 



FRIENDLIEST 

Bll I Ull'l- ROMONA COI RIE 



MOST \ri!I.KTIc 
l'.ni;in Dw idson Eleanor Clapp 



\\ ITTIEST 

1:11.1 \\ i;i..iii p ERT Pr ETTYR i an 



MOST POPl'U 

Sue Gamble 










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ONE BIG PRIVE FOR 

• BOY SCOUTS 

• GIRL SCOUTS 

•SALVATION ARMY and 

BOYS CLUB 
' YMCA 
'WCA 
i HILPREN'S HOME SOCIETY 
ft UEAGUE MILK FUND 
MILY SERVICE BUREAU 
ITED DEFENSE FUND 



Snapshots 




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Siiffdt'ii-S i I n in' i iiii. 1 1 I ii . null, i |ii 7. Crown- 



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' how Inn. '). Don "I mhi Dan Lfl 



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International Relations Club 



First row, li'il t« right: I. run,! re I Vlayo. 1 1 - > — i • - Gardner. Sam ll.i\« I. President s . . tmtl fit . Martha lienson. M i. k> % 

Colbert. Hi. MofliU, Mar) Mice Mi'lbury. Third row: Duncan I :•-• 1. 1 it i . Jahala Eucl\. Bill) Van Hunter, Pans> Liwii 

g I- Fourth row: Mien DeHarl. Barbara Benson. Fa\r I'eedin. Fifth ran Ronald K.veieii. Shift row; Dr. Robinson. 

Di. Deskins. Dr. BartleU. \dvisers. 






The 1954-55 <'<liii I the Vet- 
erans Club proved i<> be somewhat 
more active than the organ i/.it inn 
has in the past. 

The Veterans Club has verj defi- 
nitely taken a greater interest in 
the welfare of the college and ihej 
have joined in with other organiza- 
tions in acquiring M<><>cl donations 
ilii- year. In fact ih«'\ proved 
themselves bj winning the troph) 
awarded to ili>' organization who 
acquired the most blood donations. 
They gained the respect ol the stu- 
dent Im»I\ when lhe\ chose to place 
lb.' troph) in the Irophj case in 
memoi) of Hubert Johnson and 
Bruce Cooper. 

This is the first year lire \ eterans 
Qub has ever been represented on 
the Student Government \ssocia- 
i ion. Serving a- officers this year 
were: Paul Hampton. President; 
Ernie Ball. ' ice-President i Ralph 
\ irk. Secretin \ and Treasurer. 



The Veterans Club 

Dirk Sale. Buddy Nance. Paul Hampton. Ralph \nk Lane Greene. Ver- 
non Wright. Don Warren. Randall Guw*r. kerlee l.iim-ll. Roherl Koivlcr. 
Bob < ..ml.-. I).. n White. Robert McNeil. Robert Clinard, Bobbj Smith 

Carlton Leonard. I! Marsh. Fred Peters, |ose|>h Piltman. Vdolph I. 

Dziezye. Claude Campbell. Charles Moon. 




A Cappella Choir 




Top row. U-jt to rifiki : Mex Mi-llnik. Vincent I g. Voncyle Linthicum. Louise Gauldin. Vlariam Slallings. Lannie Wright. 

Sandra Wilcox. Margaret Wilson. Hazel Shore. Svlvia Boho. \lu\ Vim Conk. Bobbie Barrett. Shirlej Miller. Leonard Mayo. 
Gene Walkins. Mr. Richard '"\. Director. Seraml i»i< |ne Compton. Bill « ■••>k. Beit) Frazier. Paige Williamson. Frances 
Wilson. ( rystal Hawkins. Pats) llohh«. Ida l^ee Wiles, loonn Meredith. Rub\ Mailman. Jo Harrington. Mar) Jane Waters, 
Helena Smith. Belt) Mulliniv. Libit) Mttrra\. Frank Met ulloeh. Stanlev Broadwa). Third row: Bert Wcslbrook. Paul Vltwell. 

Pal Mi/'-. Pal Moser. Bosu larretl. BroniiH Dealort, ' I\n Ragle. Virginia Walker. Bell) Rose Tem|ilclon. Built Reynolds 

hi I i.i I a I'.mlv . James Smith. Ham Long. Fred Macon. Mack Rose. V\ 1 1 1 > 1 1 1 [aekson. Fourth row, Mark Wimmer. ( liarles |ohn 

son, Boh I "inli-. I!.i\ J i. lulu. i Bar ham Pauie, Barbara Riple\. \ngie Caskins. ICIlen Torrencc. Svlvia Fox. ^hiilcv 

( order. \\ it" '.11101. Vivian Icnnings. BoL ' arroll Garland '..11111111111. \l.i\ Dulin. I.n k Peacock, km Dawkius. Dali 
Sw arinsen. 



The Band 




Top row, left /•• riplil: Me\ Mellnik. Hon < ran ford. Paul Bonn. Robert Long. Bobbie Barrett. Lannie Wright. Berma Doty. 
I ihb) Murrav. Rhonda Strange. Mariam Slallings. Regina Dunn. ' "\ Burchfield. Seenwi/ -../. Vnn Funderburke. Dr. Ken- 

nelh Perkins. Cecil Bullard. It.. Frank McCulloeh. David Wag 1. Merrill Perkins. Gem Watkins. Jim I lie). II I. York. 

Thint ran Dr. Lewis. Band Director: John Ri' rson Hill \\ hitesicles. Stuwc Hull. Warren 1 1. ink-. < .. T Vnlis. SI 11 Flvnt. 

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The W 



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orus 




First i"i<- left to right: Lannie Wright. Mary Vim Cook. Louise Hastings. I • • • I • I > ■ t • furrier. Beth Sloan. Patsy 

Jo Hunter. Voncyle Linlliicum, fane Linville. Second tow: Man Rulh Smilev. Ruth Reynolds. Yfargarel Wliil- 

sell. Louise Pugh. S\l\i;i Bobo. Nellie Jones. Jean Eller, Bobbie Barrett. I lizahelh Murray, Thinl /.>» . Belt) 

l'ia/iri. Pal Vloser, Bronua Deaton, Chris Barber, Elsie Viae Oakley, Beth Vlullinix. Helena Smith. I.ibb\ 
Broome. Shirley Lytle. Sarah Stafford. I' ranres Wilson. Fourth '"» Priseilla Gingrich. Vivian Jennings. ^Iiir 

ley (iihIit. Camilla Isley. S\ 1\ ia Fox. Betty Rose Teinplelon. Yvie Gunn. Pal Mize. \ngie Coskins, Pal l.i.m- 
fortl, Betsx Rouse. Jane Thornhill. 




CHOIR MEMBERS LEAVING ON ONF OF Mil mil;- 



High Point College 
Junior Chamber of Commerce 





First row. left to right: Jim l!rn\wi. I'n^iilrnt: Mill I!iicIi:iiuiii. I n-e-l'nwitlent: Rrmona Courie, Secretary: Mickc) 
vVusliaiii. Treasurer: \l.i\ \\a\. [.orraine Mii.mn Uevcrh Hravnpr. Second row: Mr- Mali", titviser. 




First mn |ul » V1«-rtiath> . James \ndrcu-s, Karl Barbour. Boh '. bs. Ruber I Dockm. Naomi Drum. Ronald 

I v. ivttr Second ron Bob I osier. David Francis. IVli Frazicr. Julia Glass. I raija Kesler. Jo l.ui/. Jai k VtcCaslin. Third 
row: Sara Vlartin !'■--<■ Mercer. \aiin Morris, Elizabeth Wullins. John l'ett\. John Puwcll. Sid Proctor. Fourth row: 
\l.in Vnn RIimih Robin Scott. II. mm IVsh I '■ ■( ■• riiurloti luil\ Williams 



Future Teachers of America 




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Shirley Harris. President: Paul Ilium, Vice-President: Man Mice Milium. 
Second Vive-President: Lorraini' McCurrv. Secretary. 




Rita Ward, Quita llairell. Lorraine MrCurn. Pansy Liwiiy I. \lor> Vliff Milium. Shirln II -. I'lnlli- \nunU 

Mrs. Ella Rankin. Belly Harrison. David Holt. Namy !■»■. \'»-\-\ Hrdgi k Kulli MrDaim-l* Caul Hiinn Rontdil l"n*n-u, 

W.imi.- Brewer, Mm llayw I. Linda Sechnwt. Herl West I k. 



The Tower Players 





VIiss I v\i DeSpain 



Tup ""'. /'■/' /<• right: Jcanninc Eastcrliug. I'ubticit] Chairman: 
I'acImi < I ■ ; 1 1 • 1 1 1 .- 1 1 1 . Secretory; Larry Strange. Treasurer: Vlary Mice 
VI i 1 5 » u r \ . I' ice-President: Sarali Humilton. President. Second row: 
Vincenl I .f ini};. Stanlej Broadway. hV>b Dixon. Bill Slraughu. Beth 
Vlulliuix. I'n-iill.i Gingrich. Judy Seward. Barbara Scotl. Faye 
I'rrilin. John Powell. Third row: Garland Gammon. Jean Vlarr. 
Maurice Waddell. I'-ii Linchurgcr. Mar\ Vnn Rhyne. Beverly Heav- 
iiMi. Bobby Turner. Sarali Pugh, Martha Henson. Phyllis Singleton. 
I'.ilili Snceden. Broima Deatou. I ■ • >n.i !• I Everett, 



(fl i; HEARTS WERE X0\ NC 

WD (.\\ 

\ large and enthusiastic: group ol 
Iijwi'i Players staged Jean Ken - 
lirighl i oiim'iK "Our Hearts Were 
^i nung and I ray" as theii initial per- 
formance ol the year. Requiring two 
-I-. \')'2'.'> ruMimio. and mam maii\ 
properties, ii was a triumph <>l co- 
operation to produce. 
I mlri iln- direction h| Miss Jane DeSpain, who lias studied theater work extensively. the cast and 
crews gave iiuiiild I - i" earn the accolade givpn them l»\ Leon liurnetl in the Enterprise "Tower Play- 
ers lake lull advantage "I new auditorium in produce hit." Guiding the group in die year's efforts were 
ihe officers: Sarah Hamilton. President: Man Mice Milljiiry, lice-President: Evelyn Chapman. Secre- 
im\: Larry Strange. Treasurer: ami Jeanuiue Easterl iug. Publicity Cnnirman. 

I ih i |ila\- mi IihIiiI inn one-acts given [oi Homecoming and Tennessee \\ illiam - Dramatic memorj 
iila\ "Glass Menagerie ptesented in February. 




Charley's Aunt and Our Town 




Charley's \mii. a hilarious coined) highlighted 
l<\ songs brought ;i bil >>l the <-.i\ Nineties to n 
receptive audience in \pril. 1951. The entire cast 
in ;i singing finale earned live curtain calls. 

Ill \l.l\ cil 1951. jll-l lielorc Ul .ulll.it i«ni. Tin- 



l"»<i Players presented Thornton Wilder's im- 
mortal classic oj the \iihi n .111 theatre. "Our 
I own. Ii was the t ■ i—l production to l»' -_: i \ « • 1 1 in 
the .New Memorial \iidiloriiim. The east was made 
up i>l ii i • i - 1 1 v seniors. 



Radio Workshop 




The Radio Class, under the direr! i I Mi" 

Jane DeSpaiu. produces .i weeklj radio ~U"\\ ovei 
station WHPE. The\ also allow other depart ills 



to have the radio lime foi n show which lhe\ feel 
will he ol interest to I he "indents and coiutuuuitv 
I ifleen students were ill the i l,i — . 



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The Hi-Po 



Sou litis "I the pecking ol typewriters, rustling >>f 
papers, and general murmurs lill die room, .1 bit 
crowded, in the towei of Roberts Hall. The scene i- .1 
bi-weekl\ one: the time is just before the deadline hour. 
Working harder than years past because ol the increased 

-!/■-. 1 1 dilorial members almost franticall) w rite copy 

uiili Mil-- finger, talk i" .1 reporter, and interview .1 stu- 
dent, all In one breath. Hie air is static. The hour i- 
late. Temper- are short, Coffee i- perking. It's .1 typi- 
cal scene when the Hi-Po deadline rolls around. 

Coats draped over chairs, cop) paper on the floor, 
stacks nt undelivered newspapers, apparent chaos and 
confusion it would seem a- though everything 1- .1 dis- 
organized conglomeration. Bui alter all the mad rush 
in id scramble 1- o\ev, the //.'-/'" i- out. a neal seven 
column sheet, above average us usual. 



Daum \BERNATin. Edilar-in-Chiel 




EDI roRJ \l -I \l I 
\ i\|in.il -• «-ii. in iln //i-/'.' office aftei .in 1— 11.' n| 1I1. //1-/'.. Standing: Mobbx Foster, sports /.///.•/.■ I i.-,l Herbert. Pal 
M.i 1 1 in. turarity editai Sam lla\w I. fraternity ■■■ht.it. ( li.n In- \lault>l>\ .|»i//> editor: t ..I, n. Iluuhins. Shells Mos- 
lem iih! Harriet Slieltmi. featun writers: |iumi\ Reavig managing editor , lunr Luca? feaiun editoi David \bernalhy. 
editot-in-vhiel Seated I van Via it, Helena Smith, iiwiii editor* 



for 1954-1955 



This year, the Hi-Pa staff has worked harder i" pre- 
-.•hi ;im above-average campus newspaper. Through the 
combined efforts ol David Vbernathy. editor-in-chief. 
and tin- business and advertising staffs, ii lias been pos- 
sible in pill out I I regular issues:, an Vpril Fool edition, 
and a ///-/'" review in magazine form. The -t.ill started 
the year oil uiih ;i bang, liaving their first issue in circu- 
lation on the first da) ol classes, somewhat >>l a record. 
\dvertising space increased with the hrlp ol a sunimei 
ad-selling program and John Pern - pounding the pay- 
ments up town. 

^ es, ii - a wonder trie ///-/'<> ever reaches the students. 
uiih .ill the problems and difficulties characteristic to 
publications, but in spite ol all the troubles hum b\ the 
-i, ill. the lli-l'<> has been raised to .1 high level "I esteem 
li\ the student both . 




■>i i (■ \R\. tin lines* Mnmitiei 




\,\ sellers gel together fo. a little shop talk and pat earl, olhe ih* Lack f..i raising- Ii .»««•*-*. s,,„„/„, 

V , Lorraine MeCurry. score/art; MartheWne Reav is, aduertmni >--•• I ml HunijM ml Mm rVm 



ii i .,., hi/. 



business manage, Sealed: Sue Gary, business manager. 

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he Zenith 



V w l!i i.i in k. Eililoi 




Johnny M >\\ vnd I > \ \ in Vbi i«.\ \ rin 
I'lmloaraulu'i < 



"|'.i\ i'>i vour picture now . . . don I forgel picture 
appointment. . . . I lyue forgol i" make picture appoint- 
ment. . . . I''\ the way. Miss North Carolina is to judge 
iln- Miss II. P. C. Contest. . . . Hey, have you seen that 
picture "I Punchy? - • . Now iel - see, where did we 
pul thai picture ami so mi . . . until the hm is .ill ovet 
ami here i- what we came out with . . . your 1955 
Z.i.m in!" 

Ves. needless to say, wc Ii.im- li.nl uur fun — lull llinv 
were times when fun developed into what you might 
identify as work -pure "l«l manual labor to l»' exact! 
Since the da\ the business staff collected theii In -i S 1 .50 
In! pictures hack in Seplembei until tin- verj day, we, 
the staff, have witnessed man) anxious moments; in 
fact, during the course "I those moments, there were 
limes when we tended in kinds doubt il we would ever 
make it: no more doubts now, because here il is ihe 
finished produel. 

fhere are man) who lenl .1 ven valuable hand in 
making llii- finished produel possible who will never 
gel iln' due credil l" those persons, we offer you our 

11 \ ill. ink-! 

To Snow's Simliii and Frances foi their tireless r*f- 
lull- ii) lii'lp n- anywaj the) |>n--il>l\ could. 

\ big lli, ink Mm In \li. Smith .mil I'.iluaril- & IIiuiiliIi- 
tun Company i"i iheii splendid co-operation. 

I" you the -iinli'iit linilv 11I High Poinl College, we 
1I1. ink you for the co-operation you -'■ graciously gave 
n- in keeping yout picture appointments. 

We .iilmii truthful!) ami emphalicall) that we have 
made man\ mistakes: some ul iIhmii we rminl correct 
il we had it i" do over again hul since we rant (no 
regrets) we jusl give it to you mistakes and all yout 
1955 Zenith! 



EDI row \l Wl» 
LAYOI 1 \\"KM -|;s 

( ..iinlwi \ilklll-. I'\c- 
, iillr /• ill/"/ . Vial ill. I 

I Irii-i'ii. I sxoriu v lin.ii- 
ni'ss Mimuiii'i . \ .in 
Itullui k /■ iliioi l"liii 
I ; 1 . 1 1 % . Bull (..illnrj. 

I ,1 1 k < " \ /hi mil 

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Jul k\n\. Ilitsine.\s Munajivi 



Sealed: llm Conk. Standing: June Rogers. Joe kiiox. (iavlu 
I' hi J, J 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 \ \hn \ i linn 



GENERAI STAFF; Silling: Cnrlaiir] Voung. Man Lou I. mum. I.m, |,|»,,i,U. Smuduifi, Irjl la nJn. Beth lean 
Barker, Faye. Peedin. LaVerne Wright. Sarah Martin. Barbara — « ■ - r r ^ Mar? Coriler. Mar; Ilulli Smiley. Jean Bealy. 
Lorraine McCurry. Vivian Jennings. Sam Havw I. 





Top row: Marie Venable. President: Pal Cranford. Vice-President: Jackie Pugli. 
Secretary: Man Kalherine Page. Reporter. 




Epsilon Sigma Omicron 




Firs/ row: Harriel Hull'. Veil Long. Gladys Robertson. Douglas Warren. Second row: 
Man Jan:- Waters. Dora Huss. Miss Winnie Luffman. Idvisor. \ni Pictured: Miss 
Lois Li\ingston. Idvisor: Priscilla Gingrich. Coleen Cook. \am\ Crews. Pal John- 
eon. 



Student Christian Council 




S7////IC. left hi right: Mi — Mam-lln ( arltT. tdcisor: John Burton. President: Jud\ Seward. Secretary: Margarel Wilson. 
Second row Vliss I larici Rim man. tiMsori h>an Parker. Pal Cranford. ''i. Mollilt. tdvitior: Van Bullock. Third row: 
|;,,;j,i Inn. Ilarrj Lung. Iran Beat). Fml I uller. Paul Bunn. I'ice-I'residcnt: Bert Westbrook. 



I lir Sludenl Christian C Zoti i it*i I finu linn* lm the. 
purpose "I planning and guiding 1 1 1 • - rrl'mioii? 
activities un campus. I lir coniu'il is made up ol 
ioill' nluCfTS. lAVO i ■umniillrr- .mil Inn represent- 
atives from cm Ii religious organization mi caill- 
pUS. 

Ii li.i- been the polii \ ol [lie council in Imli 
two retreats annually, one ,ii the liegiuniu" n 

C.lrll -I'llll'-ll-l III <>l l!.l In |l|.ll| nlll ill, 'II -|.|n,..|,.| ' 

program. Sandwiched In between these retreats 
the) Imlil m-m-i.iI ini'i'iiii-- in \ irw ilu- results I) 



their plans and discuss problems that usually 
■ -i ii t ii • in ilu- attention •>! tin- group. 

\inong the many things planned by the coun- 
cil are religious emphasis week, weeklj vespei 
programs, morning devotions and the mid-week 
prayer service. 

The Student Christian Council strives to improve 
the religious opportunities here ,ii II. !'.<■• the) 
attempt tirelessly and prayerfully I" plan each 
phase of their program in the best interest "I the 
spiritual health of High Poinl College. 



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Student Christian Council Activities 



"Hey, let's ■!<> i<> morning devotions, . . . Pravei 
sen ice on \\ ed. night. . . . See you at vespers Sim- 
day. . . . W ho <li<l \<>n say lli>- speaker for Religious 
Emphasis Week i>. . . . Vassiliki Fund Drive foi 
1954." - . . These are .1 few i>! the mosi imporiani 
religious events tlial lake place on our campus foi 
the student bodj . 

Morning devotions are held each morning hI 
8:00, Monday through Saturday in Lindley Chapel. 
They have a two-fold purpose, one i'> provide daih 
inspiration for both students and faculty; ii .1!-" 
seeks i<> establish a better relation between the stu- 
dent and faculty members in that a faculty metnbei 
is in charge ol the briel service three days weekly 
as are the students. 

The mid-week prayer service is another activitv 
thai i s significant on our campus. It strives to 
deepen ilie prayer life "I >imleiii- and to encourage 
prayer. 

Vespers on Sunday one might call ilii- the 
High Point College Church Service. Generally the 
services are handled l>\ the organizations and 
faculty members on campus; however, several 
limes each semester, the S.C.C. invites special 
guests I" \i~ii our campus. Vmong our guests this 
year was a group from Bennett College. 

lu-li^iuii- Kni|ili;i-i- Week i- one ol the S.C.C's 

CHRISTM \> n \H\ II ^ SCEN 



majoi activities "I the year. They usually start 
planning for this occasion .1 -emeslei in advance. 
I"lie\ have brought many outstanding speakers i" 
our campus during the past few years and this yeai 
was no exception. \\ iili Dr. Robert \. DuBose de- 
livering the messages, this years religious empha- 
sis week was termed as one <•! the best, probably 

becau I the informal atmosphere thai was 

created h\ lioib the S.C.C. mid the speaker. 

I' .i'li yea 1 the S.C.C. gives the student body the 
opportunity to contribute to the welfare of Vas- 
— 1 1 J I — i _ ;i fifteen-year ■ >l ■ 1 Grecian girl whom the 
>.(..(.. supports. I lie council sends \ assiliki mone\ 
and other supplies approximately four times .1 
year. 

In these activities brieffs mentioned above and 
in .ill other religious activities carried on here .11 
H.P.C.. the S.C.C. along with the other religious 
iii'^aiii/alioii- mi • - . 1 ■ 1 1 1 > 1 1 ~ has the ever-lasting desire 
in see "Peace 011 earth, and good will toward men 
become .1 living reality here km earth. Ml "I the 
religious organizations. Baptist and Methodist. 
Fellowship Train- .i\\<\ die S.C.G.. Vlpha Delia 
Thela and Kappa Chi. carry and believe "Clnisl 
Vbove Ml" . . . Nil Sine Numine . . . nothing wilh- 
■ li\ iin' guidance. 




|ii;. ROBERT DiBosb. Religious Emphasis Speakei 

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Baptist Student Union 




OFFICERS: Left to ri^ltl: Roger Fun. Student Christian ReprcsenJalive; Jud\ Seward, 
Secretary: Boh 'Jailing- Devotional Chairman: Fred ( uller. President: < rystal Hawk- 
ins, Vice-President; John I'ctlx. Treasurer. 




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Mart'. \l 
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- /,; Fred Culler. John Petty. J ud} Seward. Ida Wiles. Boh Catling. S n 

an. Crystal Hawkins. '//„/./ ro«-: Caviielle Pel I!. Lorraine McCurrv. 

/ ;,'"" / ' '""■' '•■ l ' 1 ""- '••""• I" 11 -" 1 Carner. Mar) Lou Cox. Ruth VtcDan'ie 

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it I nil .' I 'I'll'' 

Rogei Inn. 

I. Fifth i •'!< ■ 



\\ alk'ms. .Iran 

Hazel Shore, 
Kay Russell, 






Methodist Student Fellowship 




METHODIST ST1 Ml \i III I.OWSHIP 
OFFICERS, silting, left t« right; Dr. 1 • ■• k . . tdvisor: Margaret WN.miii. I'iee-Prexh 

ileal: Bert W- • — 1 1 k. President : Cenr Eller. Bohliie Barrett. V -\\r Linlhieum 

Secretary; Frank Daniels. Treasurer; RuM>\ I. mini I'ublieution Chuiiuian: Sara 
Hamilton. Student. Christian Representative. 




Top row, I'll to right: S\l\ki Bobn, Vomnle I inthicuni Margaret V. ilson. < hri< Barber. Helen Paige V\ illiani loan 

Craw ford. Pal Peacock. Phyllis Singleton. 1 lain Long. James Smith. Seeond row: Bets\ Rou«e. fain" rhomhill. Barbara 
Huntley. Quita Harrell. Man Ruth Smile). Cynthia VIolilev. Shirley L\ tie. Judith Wars. Holibii Barrett. Carland Young. 
Fave Pecdin. Third row: LaVcrne Wright. Max Edwards, Nellie lone? El«ie Ma< Oakle) laekie I'ugh. lean Beat). 
David Vlvevs. lean Eller. Margaret Vnn Whiter!!. Camilla lsle\. Fred Macon Fourth row: Faith Snecden. Man Vlici 
Milbury. Gladys Robertson. |)oi Thompson. Sarah Coltrane. Vlark Wimmer. Bert Wcstl k. 

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Alpha Delta Theta 




OFFICERS: Camilla Isley. Treasurer: lean Beaty. Vice-President: Margaret Wilson. 
President: [uan Parker. Secretary: Jeannine Easlerling. Social Chairman. 




I. ill to r it'll i. I' i 'i run Sarah Stafford. Pans) Lvteng I. Margaret t\ ilson. ' amilla 1 — I • - s . Joan Parker. V one vie I intlii* 

I'Uin. Margaret Wlulewll. Jane l.imille. Second '■>»: Loui-c Harris. I "■• -t - \ Singlplary. Louise Holmes. Gabb\ Garrett. 

I'.. i-\ Bouse, S\l\ia CratUloek. linn Rogers, lean Be«t\. Third row: Elsie Mae Oakley. Nellie J >s. Pats) Hobhs. 

\., mi, i I kearns. Louise Pugh. I'.ii-v Hooks. Sue Bull. Vivian Ironings. Barbara Huntley Fourth row: Man Ruth 
Smilev. Man Vliee Milhury Shirley I.\ tie. rata I" Hunter, lean Eller. Berma Doty Halite Bethune. Man Williamson. 
KiiIm ll.rj.iM. Mi-- Bowman. I nilt row: Joan Bennett. Prisrilla Cingrii h. Sarah ' ollrane. I ase Peedin. Carolvn Vdkins. 

Xaomi Drum. Rhonda Strange. Carols n Hastings, < within Mobley Libh) Bi nv. Faith Sneeden. Sixth row: LaVerne 

Wright ( i -i 1 1. ■ - tt ilson. Beth Boss romberlin. Beltj Frazier. Pin His Singleton. Chris Barber, [da Lee Will's. 






Kappa Chi Fellowship 

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First row, left to right: Stank) Baiter. Jack Barrier. Co) Buvender. Giles Bowman. Co; Brown. Vuii BulWk. John Bur- 
ton. Nathan Byrd. Second row: Hubert Clinard. Robert Clinard. Fred Culler. Frank Daniel?. L\n\> I Daniels. Vllfii 

DeHarl. Wallace Dryden. Jem Faulkner. Third row: Gayle Ford. Garland G: ion. [innm Gilland. Don Hnyiies. 

(,.,!,.„ inn. Bill) Mm i. Bob Hunter. Harn Long. Fourth row, Bobby Lyndon. Fred Via Leonard Mayo. David 

Vlyers. Uexander Vlellnik. Don Wilier. L« Newton. Joel Nil Fifth rou Kenneth Pn\ Merrill I'erkins. Robert 

Pllillips. Jern Reiff. John Rierson. Mark Rose. Ulen Seawell. James Smith. Sixth rou, I! Smith, limim Starnes. 

Cliff Summey. Bobb) Tanner. Frank Tli as. Bill Trevorrow Urn Wilkinson. Mark Wunmer. Seventh ,..,. flnrland 

Vouna. Dr. William Locke. Id visor. Sol pit-lured John Ruft). 



Fellowship Teams 





Tin- Fellowship 'IV. mi- are organ- 
ized for service service i" young 
people In limn In - w iiliin reasonable 
traveling dislaiu ■<•- "I the college. 
I In-ir purpose and aim is I" strengthen 
yotit.li work in the local churches and 
lead voting people in more aliundaiil 
living. This year there have heen 
twelve learns composed ol sixty-five 
enthusiastic students. 




\,, n , ,1,. | IniliiiiiMi- Rn\ce Smith. Miss Clarice Bowman. M.uk Rose. Merrill Perkins. Dr. William Locke-, John 
loMicr. Mar\ Mice Milbun. < lill Summey. David Myers. Babs Huntley, fune Rogers. I'lulL- Singleton. James Smith, 
Fred Macnn Bill Trevoriow. Sandra Wilcox. Faye rVedin. Jean Beaty. Boh Calling. Camilla Isley. I rystnl Hawking 

i urolui \< Ik ii ■ ~ Jim Sta s. LaVcrne Wright. Wilhui lackson. Mai Edwards. Sarah Collrane. Jean Filer. Cayle Ford, 

|,,,in I'arkei Failh Sneeden. liarlnnd ^ g. Harry Long. Mary Ruth Smiley. Frank Daniels. 



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Co MM \ [RGIL \n\\ 



( loach \ irsil "l ow li.i- completed 



urine hi- seven years absence Inuii our 



•eond year at High Point College as head campus. Coach Yow was coaching basket- 



coach ul the varsitj basketball team. 

Coach Vow graduated from High Point 
College, receiving hi- \.l!. degree from 
here, lie has >i>ni|>l<-ietl one year ul grad- 



ual] in tin* industrial rank-. 

1 OW lid- ll.nl a jnli ul relm ildiili: the 

Purple Panthers back to their rank as a 
l"iw.-i in tin' North Stale Conference. Ili- 



nati- work at the I niversitj of North Caro- task has been a difficult one but he has ac- 



lina. This is actually his fifteenth year as 
head coach ol his \ Im.i Mater. ha\hig 



complisiied a great deal toward reaching 
his goal. The prospects for next year's 
coached here thirteen years prioi to 1945, team look promising for Yow's program. 



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Season's Scores for the Panthers 



.P.C. 


-■ 


95 


,P.C. 




121 


.P.C. 


... 


97 


.P.C. 





100 


.P.C. 





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.P.C. 




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.P.C. 





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77 


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83 


.P.C. 




i'.2 



H.P.Y.M.C.A. 78 

FT.P.Y.M.CA. 72 

V.C.C. 10-1 

Presbyterian - .. 95 

Guilford 79 
Emon and Henrj 80 

M.Cra.v "2 

Presbyterian I I" 

Erskine 78 

Wofford 8] 

Catawba 58 

E.CC 80 

Wo [ford 81 

Vppalaniian i ■ 

Eloti 

McCran 111 



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Klull 


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89 


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87 


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102 




69 


92 


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95 


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91 


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70 


69 




82 



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The Panther Men 

Here the) are "the Pant net Men," fifteen 
strong, clad in their traditional home-standing 
while and purple uniforms. The) stand in 
the form "I an "II. " reminding the student 
hod) .i« \\<'ll as themselves that the) are repre- 
senting High Point College. Win or lose. 
iIh'\ have proved themselves .1- outstanding 
representatives oJ our institution; 1 1 1 • - > always 
possessed >i will to win I > 1 1 1 in defeat 1 li«*\ 
showed .1 tremendous amount <>! sportsman- 
ship. Happy hiil modest in victory, extreme!) 
good sports in defeat, and the men who helped 
create .1 great H.P.C. school spirit these are 
the characteristics of out "PANTHER MEN." 



Front lo back. left to right: Mui|>li\ Osborne. Boh 
Manning. Harold Crump. Bolib) Dun liar. Don Wil- 
liams. BoIiIm Davidson. Mill Huegle. Johnny East. 
Bert west brook. Ivm rrazier. I'om Pavne. Ii<>\ 
Dixon. Paul Stanton. Phil Crorketl. and |. C. 

I'lllll-ClC. 



The Year for the Panthers 



Coach 1 o\\ lias done an excellent joh this year 
in bringing the Panthers back into contention "iili 
North State Foes. The Purple Panthers racked 
up I I victories against IT hisses compared with 
last year's record of only six wins out ol thirl) 
starts. 

I. I'd li\ captain Uobb> Davidson and Kill Huegle. 
the HPC sipiad managed i<> h< >l<l ii- own in the 
conference. Jack Powell, joining the Panthers in 
ilic second semestei action, gave llu* I anthers an 
extra scoring punch. Paul Stanton and .1. <•. Bled- 
soe also proved themselves ,1- dangerous men from 
llie scoring department. 

The 195") editi I the HPC Basketballers 

was ;i well-balanced outfit throughout the season. 
('(i, nil \ ow look advantage ol this balance and 
substituted I reel) using such backbone men .1- Ken 
I i.i/u'i. Il.iiulil (Trump .mil l»i>\ Dixon wild greal 
rcgulat il\ . 



Othei men who added depth and importance to 
the team were Phil Crockett, Murph) Osborne, 
Bobby l)imli;ir. Tom Payne and Bobh) Pharr. 

Tin- Purple Panthers finished -ixili in llie con- 
ference ilii- yeai which enabled diem i<> return 
in the North Stale Tournament in Lexington aftei 
.1 years absence. The High Pointers prompt!) sur- 
prised North State Officials b) upsetting Easl 
Carolina rather handil) 91-70. after losing i" die 
Pirates twice during ih<- regular season. The sec- 
ond round oJ tournamenl plaj saw die "never 
give up Panthers lose out to Ulanlic Christian 
81-69. who was crowned the North State Cham- 
pions the next night. 

For theii untiring efforts and their contributions 
to our college, we salute Coach Vow and the 1955 
Purple Panthers. The Panther ii-.nn i- la-i build- 
ing u|> to !»• .1 top threat in the North State 
< inference. 



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Ilii- year the Panther cheerleaders were 
elected b\ student ballot In what semed to 
be the inosl heated election campaign in the 
historj <il cheerleader selection. The group 
this year spirited 1 1 1« * student l»od\ in some 
close basketball games, cheering so enthus- 
iastically that the "rool "I the gym was in 
danger. Ibis year - group, under the leader- 
ship <>l l!i'ii\ T\ .-« i 1 1 *• t • i . the head cheerleader, 
contributed much to the "HPC spirit. The 
cheerleaders who lead 1 1 1«* student b<><K in 
"Rooting for the Purple Panthers" were Bettj 
Tysinger, K.t>\ Dawkins. "Shrimp" Flyiit. 

\kiril\ii I .owilcl milk. "I'l'il I'l i'll\ in. ill. Mill 

Kerr. Nann Crews, and Marsha Bailey. 




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HPC Cheerleaders 

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EADERS -Kneeling: Nan. \ Crews. Bettj T\singer. Perl Prethman. SluniHna Marsha Uai 
Kerr. Seated on lop: Ko\ E. Daw kins. Viarilwi I nwdermilk. and "Shrimp I lull 



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Time Out! 



\ inometil for strateg\ assignment and a short 
IiumiIht before continuing ihe battle. The action 

has been la-l ami hard; llii- li -mil slrateg) may 

present ,i method "I keeping tin- lead. The "liuhi- 
ing h\<'" clasp iheii haniis together, the coacli says 
"Lei's gel ■ mi there ami hustle," and tin 1 game is on. 



■ I -, Vlure Dei-epti 



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Pep Rally 



The spirit <>l HPC has exem- 
plified itselJ mail) times this 
year, especial!) in the pep 
rallies thai were held several 
times l>\ the SG \ and the 
Cheerleaders. On nights be- 
fore the toughes! games the 
pep rallies in the stadium w itli 
a bonfire and members >>l the 

lll'C band licl|ii'il units the 
"Spirit «.l' HPC." 




\oih: \i iiii \"i;i n state mi i;\ wn.v 




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Jayvee Basketball 



Coach \be Palmer is completing lii> third successful yeai .11 
High Point College .1- lunioi Varsilj Baskethall coach. 

Palmer received lii^ \.l>. degree from Southwestern College 

11 Memphis ami earned his M. \. degree from George Peahod) 

1 11I lege. Hi- has conditioned several men on lii> hustling junioi 

varsity squad so successfully that the) are no« playing "iili 

varsitj competition. 



( .1111 II \i:i PALMER 

Coach Vbe I'.ilinri | H i >iliii >•< I ,in exccllenl ji Boli Perdue was .m tmportani [actor with hi- floor 

varsilj team tin- year in posliii" u record "I 27 wins work. km Black grabbed .1 considerable amount "I 

arid oid) 13 losses. rebounds to aid in the victories. Jack Johnson was 

The Bali) Panthers were paced li\ Ja) Harpci and tlie onl) returnee from lasl year's team. 
Dale Swaringcn in racking up this impressive record. 

IAYVEI TEAM 

First row. Irfl '■• rifjiii 1 Ii Palmer. Boh Perdue. Stamev Cecil. Pete Bougades. Ra) Whicker. Hugh Beason, 

Jack Johnson. Ja\ Harper. Swonil inn ken Black. Bohln Pharr. Dale Swaringen, Luke Livingston, Richard Wilson, 
C. \\ . Faulkner. I. I. Peterson, and kemp Bennett. 




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Jayvee Action 



It's action from the HPC-Elon Jr. Varsit> af- 
fair as the Bab) Panthers rack up one ol their 27 
victories. The HPC team grabbed an earl) lead 
and broke the game open in the last few minutes 
wiih blistering speed to win going awaj 78-67. In 
the photo at ill' - rigbl. ken lilaek ean be M-en flip- 
ping two points through the cords as Elon attempts 
in vain lo break tin- play up. 





I m I I SCORES I HI! Illl. Sr \-i>N 



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65 


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83 


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67 


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51 


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The Panthers in Tennis 




'•</ in ritilit i ...I. li rVilial Ho|i|>\ H\.i K.H.. Inn. II. Doug Karim r'irlil, Ruil\ Frar/er, Bill 01«r, Frank Wisres Carlos Horcasitas. 



NOUTII STATE CONFERENCE CH VMPIONS 



The High Poinl College Tennis Team has led 
ihe North State Conference since ii- origin. This 
j- somewhat oj ,i record. For no other college in 
ill-' conference has so completely dominated one 
[•port. 

fhe Panther tennis. squad began .1 new era in 
1951 when Mike Rcyes-Varela and Carlos Horca- 
-11. 1- entered High Poinl College. Varela has held 
''"' number one position until last year when he 
"•'- farced 1- retire because oi illness. Carlos then 



iiiuk over .mil In! the Panthers in the number one 
position in tin- North Si, iir Conference. Dave 
Enipler and Rudy Fraizer have been stalwarts in 
the Panther lineup, liill Kiln and Bobhj Dyer 
proved in be ol great value in the team also. This 
yeai Varela returned in the lineup along with •' 
newcomer. \ incenl Leong, 

I lie defending champion Panthers have gone .1 
Inn- u;i\ toward bringing prestige in the lli:_li 
Poinl < lollege campus. 



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MiTlll i; PASCHA1 . HPC DIRECTOR 
OJ VTHLETICS 



\rihiir Paschal came to High Poinl College in 
1948. He is now serving his seventh year as 
athletic director here al HPC, Mr. Paschal re- 
ceived his B.S. degree [roin Northeastern State in 
Oklahoma. He earned lii- M.S. degree from Okla- 
homa l&M. Paschal taught .ii Oklahoma \\M 
for one j ea r. 

Since he has been athletic directoi .ii HPC. the 
intramural program has grown with leaps and 
hounds. \i the present time the intramurals pla\ 
;i major pari in tlie athletic program, thanks to 
Mr. Paschal's earnest endeavor. 




Intramural Athletics at High Point College 



The intramural athletic program mi the campus 
ol High Point College seems to he growing yearh 
liiilh in 1 1 n - i in ii 1 1 >•*■" lli.il | > . 1 1 1 i ■ ■ i | > . 1 1 < ■ .mil in 1 1 1< - 
~l>iiil that i- created l>\ its ven presence. 

\i die present time, the intramural program 
consists of foothall. basketball, volleyball and soft- 
liall. These four sports enable the majon'tj "I the 
students i<> participate during the year in one sport 
ui the other. 

Football action saw seven teams battling it out 
for the championship: the same uumbei made an 



effort for the volleyball title. I'hc hardwood r i 

season sav nine tea rib offer theii basketball abili- 
f i « - — in the cause and eigh! teams answered the call 
tin softball teams. 

frophies are awarded I • » the winners and run- 
ners-up in .ill sports b\ the athletic department. 

Tin- yea t - program -.*» .ill entries giving it 
their best in del cat as well ,i- in \ ieton which was 
one cause l"i .i - 1 1 < • t — ! 1 1 1 -ci-hm m intra mural 
athletics. Intramural alhletii - at III'* lu- final h 
reached an unprei eilenled Icu4. 



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Intramural Football and Volleyball Champions 



The TkK lonikill Irani walked awa) «iili llie in the standings. The on and "II Si;- 1 Eps managed 

intramural gridiron rrown iln« vcai in what crilii - i<> keep up enough steam to complete tin- campaign 

consider one "I tin* most heated and successful in third position. 

seasons ever completed here. 

Volleyliall action <aw the TkK take over where 

The Tekes. possessing: weight i<> spare and jusl the\ lefl nil in football, edging past Lambda '.hi 

about the righl amounl ol speed, had no merc\ un for the title. Lambda Chi downed the champions 

iIicii opponents .1- the) wenl ihrough the season in the regular season 1ml tin- determined Tekes 

not nnl\ undefeated but refused to allow their goal came soaring hack in the tournament to lake die 

I,, |ic crossed .1 single time. Lambda < Ihi. who man- title. Thus. Lambda < lii'- fine team had to he con- 

iigcd to hold the champions to a scoreless tie in one tent «iili sec I place. The Sip Eps occupied 

contest, produced >i Rue club in finishing second third place .n the season's end, 




First ion : .1. C. Hawkins. Spencer Smith. David M ■. Don Roberts. Robert Fowler. Second rou Raymond 

Skidmore. Spec Mired, Jim Hall. Elwood Vlabry. Jim Harris, and Inn Royals. 



1955 Intramural Basketball Champions 



CM \i;i IK \l \l I.TSHY. ZENITH 
SPORTS EDITOR 

Charlie Maultsby. for his second year, lias 

served a- sports >-'lii I tlie I955 Zenith. 

\\ ith a background ol experience in the sports 

writing field, serving also as Hi-Pa sports 

editor, he has planned ilii- section l<>i the en- 

joymenl lor sports-loving HPC collegians. 

\ senior. Maullslix will not lie back at HPC 
io offer ili'' students another year ol good 
sports coverage. 







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Mrs. \ki I' 



\h-. \l" Palniei came i" us in the fall "f L954. mm 

pleting "ii> w.ii ..I -m i .--ful liai hing i'l ■• i i- 1 - -purls. 

\|i- I'.iImh i In- introduced .1 firsl on (he High Poinl 
( 11I lege campus in the form of modern dancing »iili l"i 
-11I- pai in ipating. 

Mr*. Palinei received hei B.S. dpgree 1 1 High Poinl 

College ami hei VI.A. degree from George Peabody. 

II11- M',11 Vlrs. Palmer, in co-operalion »iili Dr. Lewis, 
lias combi I the music depart men I »iih women's ath- 
letics i" sponsoi .in • r 1 1 1 1 ■ - 1 \ new Ma\ Da) Program 
Mi-. Palmer is ;i tireless worker with hei girls and often 
one can see her competing »iili girls in the various sports. 

I nder the direction of Mrs. Palmer, the W.A.A. has 
had a full athletic program tlii- year. In il»' fall the 
\\ . \. \. participated in .1 plavdaj al Greensboro College. 

Six -'I I- were represented and our girl- advanced to 

the semi-finals before losing out i" .1 -1 .^ W * - 1 NC 

team. 

The \\.\.\. women also fielded a basketball team 
which ended up with an '■''■'■'' record. \- ilii- article goes 
in press the girls are fighting through a heated intra- 
mural li.i-ki-ili.ill season. 



Woman's Athletic Association 




firsl run |<mc rhornhill Krankii Goad. Kleaimr Clapp. Vickie Washburn. Susie Gra\. Coleen Ward. Mrs. \bc Palmei 
mi \im Cockerhani. Sue Gamble Bobbie I'im n. i -hu l.\ Harris. Bettv Templelmi. Barbara Kdwards. Ruthie 
|{e\ imlil-. 

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Miss Hi 9 h Point Collese, 1954-1955 




,s ' "" ,,J "'" UrUK '" Ri "- V[Jss North Carolina; Mrs. Charlotte Guy. and Bill Hackney. 

MISS DOI CI \> \\ \i;i;i;\ 
V " 1 ' 1 Fayetteville, North Carolina 

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MISS PAT M VRTIN 

I i.-iiIipii. \ipiiIi i larulina 



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V1ISS I'lh I us GANTT 

W adesboro, North Carolina 



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Freshman 



MISS \WK KERR 

Mi null Virv. \ih ili Carolina 



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MiSS SI E GAMBLE. Kaxhaw, North Caroli 



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Maids of Honor 



MISS PAT MARTIN. Denton. Xortli « arolina 
MISS VI M.'ill \ HEN'SON. \'ila>. Norlli ' Una 




MISS CONNIE GRANT. High Point, North Carolina 
MISS I'VI'M CRANFORD, Denton. North Carolina 



Junior Attendants 



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Sophomore Attendants 



MISS \I\IW JENNINGS. Hillsville, Virginia 
MRS. PAT PASCHAL High Point, North Carolina 
















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MISS SI SIR GR W. I til. Poim. Ninth Carolina 
\ll^ HI I'll SABATIM. Sliplton. i: tiiul 



Freshman Attendants 



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Fraternity Life at High Point College 



I'm Hi.' lii -i lime in ii- history. Midi Point Col- 
lege li.i- on \\- campus -i\ national fraternities, 
I'll j — innovation to UPC has brought with ii u na- 
tional scope .mil ,i national Feeling on the pari <>l 
the fraternity men who make up approximately Mi 
per cent ol llie men on campus. 

This segment ol the shulenl body has .1 responsi- 
lnhiv lo the national fraternity as well .1- within 
llie Infill chapter. Willi ilii- increased responsi- 
bility, drought -il 1 by ill-' coming ol the national 

fraternities to ihe campus. .1 feeling and a spirit 
11I higher cndeavoi and service ha- replaced the 
former feeling ol local fraternity apathy. 

\ rin — section view ol tratcrnilv men. durinu 
college m-.ii- .1- well .1- after, show* thai fraternity 
life help* the individual il develops .1 sense "I 
ri -|"iii-iliil ii\ . .1 feeling ol brotherhood, and brings 

mil ,ill iln- potcnl 1.1 1 ii ir- wiiliin iln- real "man." 
I'hc tin >-l "ii!-i,uhlinj men m l In- I niteil Stales ami 



the world iml.is ure fraternity men; Ihey learned, 
while in college, thai man musl live with num. thai 
ii iiiiinl ol hrotherhood can exist between men, that 
man musl lake an interest in his brother. 

W iiliin the fraternity, there is the closest feeling 
thai can exist within an\ organization: one frater- 
nity man will mu many a "second milt'" for lii- 
brother. The bonds m| Fraternity arc sacred, not to 
be broken, and are respected, trusted, and uphi'hl. 

'in miiiv campuses and to many people, llie 
word "Ii atrniit\ has a bad connotation. Here al 
High 1'niiii College, we can !»• proud <>l the fad 
thai a fraternity man i- respected, found to be de- 
pendable, courteous, ami a real "man. 

Fraternity life al High Point College i- on a 
high level ii i- a level unapproached lis any othei 
organizations on campus. Ii can be said "I us here 
ii I ll'( thai "we beliei e in fraternities." 



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Interfraternity Counci 




Silting, left ><- riglU: Paul Jones Al'k Si. I Proctoi \\ \. I ice-President: Robh> Valentine TKK. Dai id Wag i IKI 

President: Bill Wright lll\\. Treasurer: Bob Ross i'l'K. K"> Hawkins 2i<I»K. Secretary. Standins linrdi TVw A2L'I>, 
(.11 \ Kennerli \\\. Bobby f » \ < •■ «X, Darid llnli MX. Jack Parks [IK.A 



Intcrsorority 
Council 



rir*/ roic. /'•/' '" right: Eve- 
lyn Chapman. President: 
June Rogers. Treasurer: Syl- 
\ ia < iraddork. ' ice-Presi- 
dent: Elizabeth Pretty man. 
Secretary. Second row: Sue 
Can-. Joyce VJellis. Pal Mar- 
tin. M;ii \ \iin ' '"'k. 




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Lambda Alpha Phi 





Left in right, first row: Faye Peedin. President: Jean Really. / ire-President: Barbara 
Benson, tcrreiary: Delores Dudsuii. '/'.-mum/. Second row: Miss Winnie Lurfruan. 
\li~ i irorer I'ei i \ . \<h isoi 



Installation l>s i-amilcliulu. 



I In- long awaited mumenl. 




I i- I 'aul .mil M ,i i \ I mil. 



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\ighl life 




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/.<■// /» right, first row: Carolyn Idkins. Christine Barber. Bobbie Barrett. Doris \nn 
(iasliclt. Sarah ("ollraiic. Secant! row: Mar\ \ mi Cook. Bett> Frazier. Paula Everett. 
\ 11 jji<' (Jaskins. (laroUii Gideons. Third row: Priscilla Gingrich. Norma Gravson. 
Sarah Hamilton. Martha Henson. Pats\ li> Hunter. Fourth row: Gcli-nr llutrhin-. 
Nanc) Ingram. Camilla Isley. Norma lane Kearns. Shirle) Lytle. Fifth row: Pal 
Martin. Man \lice Milbury. Libb) Murray. Joan Parker. Pal Peacock. Sixth /"/< : 
Iiarhara Scull. .)•> \mi Short. Doroth) rhompson. Ellen rorrence. Ida Lee Wiles, 
Seventh row: Paige Williamson. LaVerne Wright. 



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Sigma Alpha Phi 





Sylvia Craddock 
President 



Organized 192!i 





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Rita W uid 
/ /. e-President 




mi: Gambli 

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Shirli \ II m;ki- 
Secrelai \ 



Frankie Goad 
( orresponding Set relai i 



Eleanor Ci ipp 
Publicit) llanaaei 



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/'Vr»/ Mm . 1 < > I • \ Barrier. \nn Coekerham. Jahala Eud\. Sue Freshwater. \nn Kundcrln 
Glass. Second row: Jean Griffith. Barbara Huntley. Fa\e Kendall. Louise Kennedy. I'al 
Rakestraw. Third row: Freda Redding. Jun.- I!u«iers. Rels\ Rouse, Vnn Sherrill. \ li< -<- 
Rose I ■ ■ i > 1 1 ■ I > -i ■ • 1 1 . Fourth run: Jane Thornhilt. Vieki \\ .i-lilmm. 



rk. JmIi 
In user. 
Smith. 



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Gamma Zeta Chapter 

of 

Phi Mu 

Chartered 1953 




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Mrs. \ihi Winn Mrs. M\m V. Palmer 

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Hizaln'th I'l.-iiMn.iii. President: Virginia \nn VTalkei Vice-President: Barbara Going. Secretary 
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/.(■// /» right, first ran: \niki Carter. Shirle) Caudill. Jane Edwards. Susie Gray. 
Second row: Vvie Gunn. Libb\ Huchens. Pegg) Lennard. Bets) Lippard. Marilyn 
Loudermilk. Third row: Joyce Mellis. Jean Itufh. Carol Thompson. Bett) \nn 
Tysinger. Douglas Warren. 



Gamma Gamma Chapter 
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Kappa Delta 





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The Gamma Gamma Chapter ol Kappa Delia 
was chartered Felmian 1^. 1954. We. the chariei' 
members, have made .1 lifetime investment in 



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friendship. Bj sharing our dividends, we hope i" 
reward our college, our felloe students, and our 

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'/'"/' row. left io right: Marcia Bailey. Sue Butt. Mona Courie. Joan Crawford. \ T anc) Crews. Beverh Deal. Naomi Drum. 
Second row: Helen Dunn. June Elder. Sylvia l"\. Phyllis Ganlt. Gabtn Garrett. Quita Harrell. I arolyn Hastings, Third 
row: Rosa Jarrett. Vivian Jennings. Shirle) Jones. Pal Jordan. Pal Lineberger. N--II Long. Jane Lucas. Fourth row: Jo 
I. ui/. Madge Miller. Shirlej Miller. Pal Paschal. Barbara Pa\ne. Marthalaine Reavis. Ruthie Ridge. Fifth row: Barbara 
Ripley. Pal Ritchie. Man Vnn Rhyne. Jud) Seward. Harriet Shelton. Hazel Shore. Mariam Stallings. Sixth /<"< : Rhonda 
Strange, Peggj Strawn. Bobbie Turner. Sarah Jam- Wall. Margaret Westmoreland. Jud) William-. Barbara Wilson. 



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7'op rojf. />'// /<> right: Dirk Owens, President; 
Edward Small. Vice-President; Delberl Kirk- 
man. Treasurer. Second ran: John Wiley, 
Secretary; Bobb\ llnliirk. Sciilir: Culm Mill. 
Chaplain. Third row: David Holt. I.F.C.; Jim 
CummingS. Pledge I/m.mV/ • lioh Calling. Pledge 
President. 




Firs/ roir: Boh Epperson. Paul Vtwell. Roberl Bruce. Second nm . \ubre\ Boles. Bilh Bost. Bill) Brown. Gatis Bullard. 
77//'/./ row: Jim Cannon. Stanley Cecil. Si. I Culpepper. Vllen Dellart. Carl Dorsett. Bob Dixon. Bobb) Dyer. Fourth 
row: Billv Hedrirk. Iliad Hartle\. Jesse Kennedy. Lawrence Lewallen. Leonard Mayo. Charles VIoon. Clifton Moon. 
Fifth row: Tom \oller. Sonny Smithson. Jerry Stinson. Harold Staples. Jim I lley. Larr) Waitman. Lae\ Williams. 

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History 



Founded al Norwich 1 niversit). Norwich. Vermont. 
in L856 

Colors: Vlilitarv Red and \\ hite. 

Flower: Red Carnation. 

Publication: The Rattle "f Theta Chi. 
Established at High Point College in 1954. 

We will never forget . . . President Owens and 
Small returned from Atlanta with tales of a great 
98th Convention Conclave . . . Draft survivals 
-till with u> . . . The return ol our four-veai 
pledges . . . Memories < > I old KIK) . . . The 
parties, initiation, alumni and the hikes and 
paddles . . . Rush week and "a darn good boy' 
. . . exceptional pledge class Gatling al the 
head . . . Brother- aclualk dating on campus 
. . . All available brothers W.C.'ing . . . Hey, 
Owens get me a i(iieen . . . connections, nothing 
lull connection- ... I ile\. the melting snowman 
. . . Culpepper and Big Mania . . . Blind dale-. 
never again . . . Pledges majoring in "Nursing 
Ail- . . . Gumming:- and hi- trap . . . I .« ■ t - 
go | » i * — I i kirkman off. . . . Our steadys Dave 
and Helen. Cannon ami Bobby. I'.d anil Pal . . . 
Lover Brown and his dale from [* ville . . . Our 
married brothers and pledges . . . Cigars from 
Nollei. Dyer and Bullard teaching Hobarl's 
class . ■ . Hurricane Hazel . . . No house for 
beach part) . . . Installation into Theta *'lii 
New pins. . . . 

Parties . . . Hayrides . . . "give me some 
loom . . . wail on Kirk parts on lake big 
-nice-- "staples and a whole gal. ol cider 
going to waste . . . Fried chicken suppers 
money pa) your due- Our brothers on the 
faculty — lloliart. Coble, i arborougli Wedding 
chimes. Yarborough and that crucial da\ . . . 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Founded 1899 

Delta Kappa Chapter 

Chartered 1954 




Top row. I'll (o a: lit; 1 1. n nl M ■. /'< yianisi Don Roberts. Epipry- 

lanix lini ■-i,miI.'\. Grammatpuit: Jim I nderttoud. Crysophylox. 
Second roic: Kenneth Keene. Hislor; llaljih Vii'k. Hypophets, |ohn 
ll.iukin-. I'\lmh'. Itolirrl Fowler, Heeemon, 



The Fraternity 




First rou Roll ( aripan Runm < oehran. Roll Darden. lira Hall. Jaek Jones, I K i r ] . s . Inn Newman. Second rou 

Rnlil'V Valentine l.i'|{i>\ Seller*. I I \ iiih-i. W.nnr Veaell, Il.nnl Wagoner. 

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T K E Pledges 




Top roir. Ifji to right: Bob Albright, Lane Greene. Jaj Harper. Joe Horney, Lee Lemmons. Elwood 
Mabry. Second row: Mart) Neustadt. S. J. Parker. Ra\mond Skidi ■<■. John Spencer. Jim Summer. 

John Waul. Iliad ton: Dirk Wilson. Damn Wood. 





Sigma Phi Epsilon 

N. C. Eta Chapter 




Top row. left to right: !>••!• Carroll. President: David Vbernathy, Vice- 
President: k<>\ Dawkins. Comptroller: Sam Ha) wood, Historian. Second 
row: Jack Cox. Secretary: Buck Willi ford. Senior Marshal: Charles Pruett, 
lun'oi Marshal: Jim Scott. Guard. 







Left row. top /•> bottom: John Rurton. 
Bob Dockers . Oarland Gammon. John 
Mann. ' en/e/ row. /<•// /,, rigAf: John 
Petty. John Pern. Right row. top to 
bottom: John Powell. Bob Ross. Clay- 
Ion Reid. Paul Stanton. \ot pictured: 
Bill Ward. 




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Top row. I' 
Davis. Mac 
Sonm Lee, 
Bob Scoit, 
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) CamUa Jtii Alpha"^ 



Iota Phi Zeta 

of 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Chartered May, 1954 




Top row, left /<> right: Joe Widenhouse. President; Ernie Ball. ' ice-President; J. V. 
Pettyjohn. Secretary: David Franris. Treasurer. Second row: Sid Proctor. Social 
Chairman; Jern Kennerh. Ritualist; Jim Brown, Pled Remaster. 





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/,/>/ /.,/,.- Flo\d Cra\en. Paul Murpln. Bill Buchanan. Jem Slaumvhite. Rodney VIorrison. Second 
'"" Dr. Cooke. Dean Hinshau. Dr. Deskins. Mi. Barker. Mr. Jones. Faculh tdvisors. 



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Top row. left I" right: Eel Blaekwell. Mien Burris. Inhn ( as*. Ham Davis. \ul«re\ 
Flynt, Second row: Pete F'razier. Harn Gras, ' raig Kester. Hugh VleKnight. Ituil 
Marion. Third n„i . \l.\ M.llnik. Carl Nigh! Murph> Osborne. Boh Phillips. (.. It. 
Poin dexter. Fourth row: Vcslal Potts. |imm\ Slarnes, [film Svkes. I '• ■ 1 1 Vanderford. 
Raj \\ icker. 

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Delta Omega Chapter 

of 

Pi Kappa Alpha 




/ ti/> row. left u< ripht: kerlee Littrell. Treasure/: Bill l!i|>|>>. President: Bill Wrighl. 

Vice-President, Second run: .li i\ \ n. 1 1 <-w -. Ilumni Secretary: ' liarles l.inrll. 

Guard. Third raw: Tommy Murray, Social Chairman: Lam Strange. Co-Social 
Chairman. Fourth row: Jack Peacork. Historian: I'i-k Hensdale. Correspondent. 
Fifth ion : I'lul Mowcry. Secretary: Earl Barbour. Joe Knox. Pled^e-M aster. 



Chartered 1953 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 




Top row, left in right: Johnnj Vbrrnethy. Joe Rcamon. Hugh Rppswi. Lawrener Curry. Boh Duncan. Rill Eller. Rilh 
l'r\i'. Second roio: Linwood Harris. Bob Hunsucker. Max Launing. Frank VleCullnch. Ilcrbcrl Masten. Don V1urra\. 
Joel Nimon. Third row: Fred Noble. Jack Parks. Rill Pennewell. Bobl>\ Pharr. Bob Perdue. Roll Rkhler, Rob Smith. 
Fourth row: Cecil Thomas. M;nirii - p \\ ; i ■ 1 1 1 • - 1 1 



The Delia Omega Chaptei oi Pi Kappa \lpli.i 
was chartered February 7. 1953. \- the first Na- 
tional Fraternit) on campus, we Found a new and 
exciting adventure before us. \\ <• the founders. 



believe thai oin efforts have rewarded and -hall 
mill i 1 1 1 1 • * to reward I >< >l li our Fraternit) and school 
jiiiI hope thai the future will brinji the happiness 
and success that the past has left, 




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Top rou . 
BUI \ri.lr 

respondin 



\li-. Paschal. Dr. Hartsell. Ulvisors. Second row: Hard) Tew. President; 
lu-. Vice-President: Jack Beck, tthletic Director: Vincent Leong, Cor- 
6 Secretin i . 




fi'w/ row: Frank Collins. Herbert Dixon. Km Frazier. Otis Gardner. \l CaskilL Second row: Howard 
Holhrook. Carl. - 0. Il.in.i-ii.i-. Mike Reyes. Rogei Shelton. lint Wood. 




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Directory 



FACULTY AND STAFF 
Miss Louise Adams, 516 North Wrenn Street, Hi<-h Point 
Mr. J. H. Allred, 701 Sunset Drive. High Point 
Miss Katherine Anderson, Woman's Hall. High Point College 

High Point 
Mrs. Mildred Anthony, 913 Willoubar Terrace. High Point 
Mr. A. R. Barker, Route 3. Thomasville 
Dr. Helen R. Barllett. 900 Sixth Street. High Point 
Mr. Bobby Bayne. Ill Parkway. High Point 
Mrs. Akla T. Berry, 100 Sherrod Avenue, High Point 
Miss Clarice Bowman, Ecker Apartments, High Point 
Miss Marcella Carter. 901 Monllieu Avenue. High Point 
Mr. H. E. Coble, 901 Monllieu Avenue. High Point 
Dr. Eugene J. Coltrane, Jamestown 

Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, 821 West College Drive. High Point 
Mr. Richard Cox, 1306 D. Eaton. High Point 
Dr. E. 0. Cummings, Route 2, Emerywood Estates, Hi; h Point 
Mr. Richard S. Dale. 412 Otteray Drive, High Point 
Miss Jane DeSpain, 901 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 
Dr. S. C. Deskins, Route 8. Box 374. Greensboro 
Miss Ernestine Fields. 1211 Delk Drive, High Point 
Mrs. Frances Gaynor. 2405 East Lexington Avenue. High Point 
Mr. W. H. Geyer, Jamestown. N. C. 

Dr. Lester T. Hartsell, 2601 East Lexington Avenue. High Point 
Dr. Benjamin H. Hill. 1202 Cedrow Avenue, High Point 
Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, 902 Rotary Drive, High Point 
Dr. George H. Hobart. 603 West Farriss Avenue. High Point 
Miss E. Vera Idol. Emerywood Court Apt. E 1-A. High Point 
Mr. James F. Jones, McCulloch Hall, High Point College. High 

Point 
Dr. Lew J. Lewis, 821 Circle Drive, High Point 
Mrs. I-ois Livingston. 909 West College Drive, High Point 
Dr. William R. Locke. 911 North Hamilton Sired. High Point 
Mrs. William K. Locke, 911 North Hamilton Sired. High Point 
Dr. Lincoln Lorenz, 3604 Park wood Drive, Crccnshoro 
Miss Winnie Luffman. 909 West College Drive, High Point 
Mr. Charles E. McCandless. 113 Knollwood Drive. Jamestown 
Mrs. Ruth McDaniel. Susanna Wesley Hall. High Point College, 

High Point 
Dr. James W. Motrin, 804 Woodrow Avenue. High Point 
Dr. Frances Muldrow. William and Mary Ants. 34- B, High Point 
Mr. Abe Palmer, 1132 Montlieu Avenue. High Point 
Mrs. Mary T. Palmer. 1132 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 
Dr. Clyde N. Parker. Hawthorne Road. Winston-Salem 
Mr. Arthur Paschal. 1200 Filbert Street. High Point 
Mrs. Edna Paschal. 1200 Filbert Street. High Point 
Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 318 South Hamilton Street. High Point 
Dr. Kenneth W. Perkins. 821 Circle Drive. High Point 
Mrs. Betty S. Perry. Woman's Hall. High Point College. High Point 
Dr. Blackwell P. Robinson. 2508 East Lexington Avenue. High 

Point 
Mrs. Blackwell P. Robinson. 2508 East Lexington Avenue. High 

Point 
Dr. C. Excelle Rozzelle, 310 West Lexington Avenue. High Point 
Mrs. Mona Saunders. 2108 English Street. High Point 
Dr. Philip Smyth. 2601 East Lexington Avenue. High Point 
Miss Rebecca Snider. 817 Montlieu Avenue. High Point 
Mrs. Mary C. Spurrier. 800 Carriek Avenue, High Point 
Miss Ruth Steelman. 1315 West Wendover. Greensboro 
Mrs. Edith B. Walker. Woman's Hall. High Point College. High 

Point 
Mr. Cradv H. Whicker. 911 West College Drive. High Point 
Mrs. C. L. Whitaker. 805 West Circle Drive. High Point 
Mrs. Alice Paige While. Emerywood Court Apartments. High Point 
Mr. Arthur B. Williams. Box 1731, 212 Model Farm Road. High 

Point 
Mr. Arthur S. Withers. 1105 Cedrow Avenue. High Point 
Mr. N. P. Yarborough. 1431 Wilshire Blvd.. Hi-h Point 
Mrs. Myrtle B. Young. 805 West Circle Drive. High Point 
Mr. Virgil Yow. 101 W. Howell Street. High Point 

SENIOR MEN 
Ahernathy. David Myles. Box 353. Connelly Springs 
Andrews. Robert Kenneth. 1409 E. Farriss Ave.. High Point 
Apperson. Robert Martin. 1604 Donne St.. Winston-Salem 
Bevan. Rov Richard. Rt. 2. Thomasville 

Blackwell. Edwin Harrison. Jr.. 2517 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 
Brown. Jimmy Zarhary. 1709 5th St.. Graham Hgls.. Hurliiigi-n 
Bruce. Robert A.. 47 Clinton St.. Oneonta. N. A . 
Bullock. Evander Burns. 807 Jaycee Terrace. Marion. S. C. 
Bunn. Paul Grayson. 407 Albright Ave.. Graham 
Burton, John Matthew, Rt. 3, Reidsville 



Campbell. William Pie-ton. 24IH Dall.i- >i.. Hi"h Point 

Carmll. Rnhert David. P. 0. Box 548. Hill-horn 

Cook. William Henry. 2d E. New Y-rk \v.\. Southern Pine- 

Cox. Ju-tin Branllin. Jr.. S.-agrnve 

David-on. Robert Donald. 308 N.-.-le >i.. High Point 

Dixon. Herbert Dale. Box 572. King- Mountain 

Dulin. Max Wade. |()14 Morgan Kd.. s pra \ 

Eller. William Whitney, Jr.. 907 Silver \\e.. linen-horn 

Eubanks. Roy Lamar. C-43. Win. & Man Apt-.. High Point 

Fowler. Robert Gene. Norwood 

France-. David Lee. 901 Elk Spur St.. Elkin 

Frazier. Kenneth Roy. 100 Riverside Ave.. Narrow-. Va. 

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

Green. George Leon. 121 W. Lexington \\e.. High Point 

Hanibrii-k. David Carlton. Jr.. 501 Ingle St.. Charlotte 

Hayne-. Donald William-. Rt. 4. Reid-ville 

Haywood. Andrew Perrv. Rt. 5. A-heboro 

He.lric-k. Billv Bruce. Rt. 1. Thoma-ville 

Hedrick. Bobby Price. Rt. 1. Thoma-ville 

Henni-. Harry 1... Ri, 3. Box 232. Greensboro 

Hensdale. Richard Lawn-nee. 1103 Hav St.. Fayclleville 

Hill. Galen Martin. 422 Chaiilaiigua Ave.. Port-moiitli. Va. 

Hipp<. William A.. 1200 Filbert St.. High Point 

Holt. Da\id H.. 711 Hollv St.. \-he|,om 

Hulin. John Adi-on. 13(10 Silk. High Point 

Hull. Floyd Stow.-, Catawba Ave., l.inrolnlon 

Hunter. Billy Van. 4459 Indiana \ve.. W iii-lini-Saleni 

Hunter. Robert Kanson. 3818 R.diin Hood Rtl.. W in-lnnSaloni 

l-enhour. Alvie Lee. 34 Lee St.. Concord 

Jackson. George C. Rt. -1. Box 33. Greensboro 

.larrell. Charle- Tillman. Jr.. 112 S. Seventh St.. Wilmington 

Jones. Paul Hammond. Rt. I. Box 333. Marlin-v ille. Va. 

Joy tier. John Franklin. Hi. 2. Vancebi-rn 

Keene, Ok<T Kenneth. Jr.. Coals 

Knox. Joseph Clyde. Jr.. 1228 S. Five Oak Pkvvv.. Wilmington 

l.eotvg. \ incr-ni W eng Seng. I. Kinta Garden*-. Ipoii. Perak. Malaya 

Mac \rllinr. James Franklin. 511 N. Early. Draper 

Mc\dam-. John Fleicher, 801- \ Daniel- St.. Raleigh 

Mabrv. Dwiglil Flwoorl. Rt. 2. Norw I 

Mauli-by. Charles Vernon, Win. & Marv Apt-. C-51. High Point 

Mavo. Leonard Ed. 1506 Minn-.. St.. Gold-horn 

Mill.-r. Donald W .-b-ter. 301 Perfection Ave.. IVImnnl 

Moore. Charles Edward. Jr.. 1840 Lexington Ril.. \-h.boro 

Owen-. Richard. Jame-town 

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

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

Potts. Vestal Junior. Rt. 1. \dvan.c 

Powell. Jack B.. Ca-ar 

Proctor. Sidney Eugene. Jr.. 502 W. Fifth Ave.. Lexington 

Prueit. Charl.- Fred. 205 W . (lak.lale St.. Mt. Airy 

Ragan. Rol.ert Jo--. Fair Crnv. Fore-I. Thomasville 

Re.hlitt. Duncan Rav. 115 N. Main St.. Geneva. N. V 

Reid. Clavton Lee. 402 Ward St.. High Point 

Reiff. Gerald .Nathaniel. 1201 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Sellers. L.-Roy. 1019 Hickory Chapel Dr.. High Point 

Singleton. James Cooper. Box 103. Pell City. Alabama 

Slaunwhite. Jerry Lnckhart. 2419 Bc.-chridgc B.I.. Raleigh 

Small. Edward Stanley. 805 Laurel St.. Conway 

Sparks. Carl A'ernon. 300 Virginia \\.\. A-hel.oro 

Spencer. Donald Delano. 312 Creor St.. High Point 

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

Stevens. Ray Columbus. 200 Welch Dr.. High Point 

Stepp. He-liey I Bob I Dananl. Children'- Home. W in-lon-Salem 

Straughn. William Brent. Walkertown 

Tanner. Rob.-rt William-. 211 Harlh-e, Marion 

T'-sh. Juliu- Harry. 8 W e-t Guilford. Thomasville 

Viek. Ralph Cuinn. Norwood 

W'addell. Maurice Alexander. Jr.. Box 26. Fair Bluff 

Wagoner. David Lee. 1600 E. Gr.-en St.. High Point 

Walker. Od.ll Franklin. 3-1 Park St.. High Point 

Ward. William Wray. Jr.. 1110 Country Club Dr.. High Point 

Wav. Maxwell Monroe. Box 448. Carthage 

Westbn.ok. Bert Whithv. P. O. Box 242, Richlan.l- 

White-ide. Billy Mae. Rt. 1. Matthews 

Williams. Laev. Jr.. Star 

Wright. Bill Franklin. 2201 F.n-li-h. High Point 

Younger. William O.b-ll. 1 lit \dam-. High Point 

SENIOR WOMEN 
A.lkin-. Betty Carolyn. Rt. 4. Slale.vilh- 
lleatv. Mary Eugenia. Rt. 2. Cleveland 
Ben-on. Barbara \nn. Box 21. Woodl-af 



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Ca-halt, Dori- Da\i-. Rl. 1. Randb-man 

Clapp. Eleanor J .-an. Rl. 6. Box 177. Cr.en-boro 

Cock.-rham. Julia \nn. Dnb-on 

Cook. I Mrs. I Marv Ann Turner. Rl. 2. Damillc \a. 

Courie. Ramona. 60S N. College St- Kinston 

Doil-on. Anna D.lor.--. Rl. 1. Sand\ Ridge 

Easlerling. Nelda Jeannine. 106 N. Randolph St.. Iv.ckingham 

Efl wards. Barbara Jan.-. 234] Crwnnay W„ Charlotte 

Everett. Paula Jeanne. .{206 Guam Dr.. Tarawa Tcr.. (amp Lejeune 

Everhari. c\lrs..i Nancy Ann.-. 1901 North Main. High Poinl 

Feeney, Mary A-ior. 814 Woodrow Ave.. High Poinl 

I Vanillic Mary Sue, Box 117. Waxhaw 

Gary. Sue Aliison. P.ox 993. Winston-Salem 

Gideon-. Carolyn Joyce. Willard 

Goad. Frankie Dean. Rl. 1. Madison 

Grant. Betty Simmons. 1546 Ccnlral Dr.. Concord 

Hailhcock. Peggy K.. 601 Denny Si.. High Poinl 

Hamilton. Sara France-. Rt. 1, Troy 

Harris. Shirley Cray, Rt. ft. I!nx 469-C. Greensboro 

Henson. Martha Jeanne. Vilas 

Huss Dora Ella. Rt. 3, Vale 

Johnson. Patricia Yvonne. 110 S. Cherry Si.. A-hehoro 

Kennedy. Louise Frances, Rl. ]. Rohhin- 

Kenne.lv. Nancv Jo. Rl. 3. Thomasville 

Kiveit. Cladis Willard. 2406 Kiv.lt. Hiph Point 

McDaniel. Ruth Owen. Pinnacle 

Martin. Panic Sue. Rl. 2. Hox 143. Demon 

Marlin. Sara Rebecca. 207 N. ftlh Ave.. Mayodan 

Mellis, Erliih Joyce. 403 Richardson. High Point 

Parker, Vanice T.. Seagrove 

Pretiyman. Elizabeth, 708 West wood. High Poinl 

Ropers. June. 9]6 East Park Ave.. Charlotte 

Short. Jo Anne Beeson. Rl. 1. Sophia 

Sneeden. Faith, 2408 Metis Ave.. Wilmington 

Ste.lnian, Nancy Elizabeth. Hox ."'7. Pill-horn 

Thayer. Isobel Annette, 1504 Carolina \vc. Hiph Point 

Vargas, iMrs.) Carolvn. 1104 Mapnolia Si.. Crccn-hnro 

\ enable. Margaret Marie. 2100 Oliver St.. Hiph Point 

Ward. Mary Cob-en. 1317 l.onp St.. Hiph Point 

Wiles, Ida Lee. Rox 20. Worlbville 

Wilson. Marparei Kay. llo\ II. Bald Creek 

Wooil. Armenia Fannie. Waiiii S. C. 

JUNIOR MEN 

Amlrews. James Marshall. Box 395. Kohl.in- 

Anilrews. William Ro-s. Rl. I. Box 164. Concord 

Harlwiitr, Earl <;.. Jr.. Box 342. Carlhape 

Keck, Walter Jack. 1311 Forrc-I \ve.. Hiph Point 

Klack. Arthur Fee. 221 Fairfield R.I.. Hiph Poinl 

Bost, William Eupene. 332 Gnrrell St.. Greensboro 

Kovender. Coy. 2122 Konnoak Dr.. Win-inn-Sal'-in 

Kowman. Giles On-n. Rl. .">. \\ inslon-Salem 

Bur.btiehl. Cov. Jr.. 310 Collrane St.. Hiph Poinl 

Kvrd. Nathan Hooks. 1013 Wilshire Blvd.. Wilmington 

Clinar.l, Hubert Conrad. Box 248. Seaprove 

Cochran. Bernic l.ee. '104 N. Hamilton St.. Hiph Poinl 

Combs. Robert Wesley. Rl. 2. Pinnacle 

Cook, Elon Saunders. Washburn Ave.. Sprav 

Cross. Charles Howard. 2210 Ha-ell. High Point 

Culler. Fred Gordon. 801 Arlington. Hiph Poinl 

Daniel. Linwood Ellon. Emporia. \ a. 

Harden. Robert. Troy 

Hawkins. Koy Ellis. Box 178. Rockingham 

IV Harl. Sheppard Allen. Rt. 4. Stuart. Va. 

Dryden. Archie Wallace. New Church. Va. 

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

Farlow. Colon Wayne. 229 Montlieu Ave.. Hiph Point 

Farlow. Dennis Elwood, 604 Dayton. High Poinl 

Forcum. William Joseph. Jr.. Rl. ft. Win-lon-Salem 

Frazier. Robert Jackson, Jr.. Rt. 1. Loui-burg 

Hawkins. John. Rt. 3. Box 33''. Greensboro 

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

Hollislcr. William Lewis. Rt. 8. Greensboro 

Honeycutt. Gene Edwin. Box 747. Albemarle 

Horcasilas. Carlo- O.iavio, Puebla 217. Mexico City 

Johnson, Gaston \-tule. 22 II. Edpedale Dr.. Hiph Poinl 

Jones. Franklin Delano. ftOft Virginia \ve„ Sprav 

Julian. Alfredo Jorge. Rt. 1. Box 3°1. A-behoro ' 

Kcarns. Jack \ .. Farmer 

Kennerly. Jerry Rav. dl Lciimore Dr.. Concord 

Konnlz. James Fred. 406 Vi .-lover Dr.. Lexington 

Lanier. Sidnev Frank. Denton 

Lee. Joseph Glas-. 819 Monllieu We.. High Point 

Le.-. Robrrl Elwood. Jr.. 311 Church St.. High Poinl 

Lemons, J. Lie. Rl. I. Stoke-dab- 

Lonp. Ham Glenn. Jr.. 708 Home Trail. Ga-lonia 

MeCa-lin. Jack Fax. Vi . Main St.. Maiden 

McCiilloeh. I). Frank. Jr.. Box 434. Lexington 



McDougle, Warren Ray. Box 289. Liberty 

Manning, Bobby Gene, Rt. 3. Bethel 

Moore. David Oriel!. 404 South St.. High Poinl 

Moran. Clifton Omega. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Mowerv. Phillip Van. 404 W. High, High Poinl 

Murphy. Paul T.. P. 0. Box 1802, Greensboro 

Murray. James Thompson. 1960 Maryland Ave.. Charlotte 

Newton. John Leon. Box 142. Gibson 

Norlhinglon. .lames Allen. 615 E. Kingston Ave., Charlolle 

O'Neal. Joe. 610 E. Stale St.. High Point 

Park-, Jack Francis. Rt. 1, Climax 

Perkins. Merrill Gilford. Rl. 1. Ml. Holly 

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

Rader. James Withers. 213 Lindsey St.. High Point 

Reyes-Varela. Mipuel Angel. 13 De Septiembre 51. Mexico Citv, 

Mexico 
Ko-s. Robert Lawrence. 684 Wilson. Waterbury, Conn. 
Rufly. John Mathias. Box 177. Rt. 2. Kannapolis 
Sainlsinp. Bennie. Rl. 1. Thomasville 
Sale. A. Dirk. Jr.. Rl. 4. Winston-Salem 
Scott. Jimmy Tvson. 201 E. Salisbury St.. Asbehoro 
Shook. Bob W..' 1812 Gilbert St.. High Point 
Simpson. William Woodrow. 1101 1st Ave.. Durham 
Skidmore. Raymond. Box 39. Norwood 
Smith. Spencer Richard. Box 227. Norwood 

Southard. Fred Andrew. Jr., 17A. William & Mary Apis., High Point 
Stewart. Johnnie Lee. Rl. 5. Winston-Salem 
Summer. Raymond Clifton. Rt. 2, Dallas 
Tew. Robert 'Hardy. Box 325. Haw River 
Underwood. Thomas Jeffrey. 520 Denny St., High Point 
Underwood. William Louis. 520 Denny St., High Poinl 
Valentine, Bobby Joe. 401 Ridgecrest Drive. High Poinl 
Wall. Knolon. Rt. 1. Box 43. Thomasville 
Wa-liam. Mickey Franklin. Hox 105. David-on 
Whilaker. Henry Clav M.. Rt. 3. Rockingham 
White. Donald G.. <• o Hotel Elkin. Elkin 
While, Thomas Harold. Hamplonville 
While. William Rjyvon, 807 Olympia St.. Lexington 
Wi.lonhouse. Joe Woodrow. Jr.. 181 East Corban St., Concord 
Williams. James Donald. Box 332. Clemmons 

JUNIOR WOMEN 
Wimnier. Mark Flumorv. Rt. 1, Dry Fork, Va. 
Baldwin. Wilma Lee. Rt. 1, P.ox 289. Franklinville 
Brady. Elizabeth Ann. Box 128. Rural Hall 
Broome. Helen Elizabeth. Rl. 1. Aurora 

Collrane. Sarah Elizabeth. 2419 West Polo R.I.. Winston-Salem 
Cook. Mary Cobne. Rt, 4. Box 306-A. Kannapolis 
Cranford. Palsy Jane. Rl. 3. Box 70- A. Denton 
Craven, Kalhryn Lea. Rt. 2. High Poinl 
Culp. Foy Ann. Misenheimer 
D.-shazo. Lucille Gail. Mayodan 
Dickson. Bernice. Rt. 1, Horse Shoe 
Duff. Harriet. Milton 

Fishel. Florence Beatrice. Rt. 8. Lexington 
Forbis. Sarah Elizabeth. 106 Mawiew. High Poinl 
Gantl. Phyllis Rae. 38 Orchard St.. Wadesboro 
Gauldin. (Mrs.) Louise Farlow. Box 311. Archdale 
Grant. Connie Hall. Emerywood Apts.. High Point 
Harrell. Ouila Joy. 511 Nicholson St.. Clinton 
Hartsell. Emma Grace. Rt. 1, Ml. Holly 
Haynes, Lucy Belle. Rt. 2. High Point 
Heavner. Beverly Jane. Rl. 2. Vale 
Jones. Katherine Camille, Rt. 2. Polkton 
Kennedy. Louise Frances. Rt. 1. Robhins 
Lanier. Mary Lou. Rl. 2. Box 200. Caslonia 
l.edfnrd. Selma Evelyn. Rt. 1, Casar 
Lineberger. Patricia Anne. Box 302. Maiden 
McCurry. Hilda Lorraine. 211 S. Rudisill. Cherryville 
Marr. Laura Jean. 1400 E. Green St.. High Point 
Martin. Sara Rebecca. 207 N. 6th Ave.. Mayodan 
Melkun. Shirley May. Pilgrim Bible College, Kernersville 
Mdbury. Mary Alice. 17 Cecil St.. Dover. Delaware 
Miller. Madge Claudia. 2334 Edgewood Ave.. High Poinl 
Moore. Elaine. Walnut Cove 
Murray. Mary Elizabeth. Box 502. Franklin 
Page. Mary Katherine, Rt. 2. Vass 
Peacock. Sarali Patrick. 711 W. Farriss. High Point 
Peed in. Agnes Faye. Box 518, Selma 

Pendergrass. Patricia Joan. 209 W. Lexington. High Point 
Prince. Lnuann Ray. 207 E. Sunrise. Thomasville 
Keavis. (Mrs. i Marihelaine Williams. 202 Edgeworth St.. High 

Point 
Russell. Kay T-abel. Rl, 3. Box 64. Denton 
*i W ( Vt ' »?" y C,ll 'sli"e. Carolina Apis.. Thomasville 
S nelion. Nancy Adeline Watson, Rt. 6. Winston-Salem 
Skidmore. Isabell Burns. Ml. Gilead 
Smith. Hebna. Rt. 5. Box 51. High Point 



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Smart, Mary McNeill, 331 Nalhan Hunt Dr.. High Point 

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

Torrence, Ellen Howard. Rt. 1, Davidson 

Tuggle. Mary Ellen, 331 Ennis St., High Point 

Turner, Barbara Lee, Rt. 2, Box 396, Danville. Va. 

Tysinger, Betty Ann. 210 Stone St.. Thomasville 

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

Ward. Rita Jane. Rt. 3. Thomasville 

Washburn. Vicki Dean. Rt. 2. Madison 

Westmoreland. Margaret Ellen. 1324 E. Boulevard. Charlotte 

Wright. LaVerne. Box 51. Fallston 

SOPHOMORE MEN 

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

Albertson, Larry Dean. Rt. 5. High Point 

Allred. Adrian. 825 Dixon .St.. Asheboro 

Andrews, Donald Duke, 2405 Fala St.. High Point 

Antis, Curtis Lindberg, Mayodan 

Arledge. Leon Vance. 525 Flint St.. High Point 

Baker. W. Stanley, 1017 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Ball, Ernest H., 734 Spruce St., Mooresville 

Beamon. Joseph Everett, II, 411 Catewood Ave.. High Point 

Beasley, Joe Don, 10 Maple St., Thomasville 

Blair. William Franklin, 104 Chestnut St.. Thomasville 

Bledsoe. J. C, Rt. 2, Dobson 

Blue, Willard Clay. Rt. 3, Carthage 

Bouldin. Paul Gentry. Jr.. Rt. 2. Trinity 

Brewer. Wayne, Rt. 2, Silet City 

Brown, Billy Edwin, Box 252. Robbin- 

Brown, Coy Lee, Jr.. 2902 N. Main St.. High Point 

Buchanan. William Clarence. 114 S. Spruce Si.. Win~lon-.Sal.m 

Bull. Harold Dean. 314 Pickett St., High Point 

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

Bunch. Herman, Jr.. Rt. 2, High Point 

Burrus. William Allen. 241 E. Poplar St.. Ml. Airy 

Case, Charles L., Box 245, Mayodan 

Chilton. Roy C, Jr.. Rt. 2. Trinity 

Clinard, Robert Miller. 109 Miller St.. Thomasville 

Clodfelter, Jake Lawrence, 116 South Poplar St., Win-lon-Salem 

Conipton, Joseph Woods, Box 235, Cedar (.rove 

Cooper, John Austin. Rt. 3. Lexington 

Cranford. Donald Phillip. 206 E. Stewart Ave.. Moores,i|| 

Craven. Floyd Thomas. Coleridge 

Crump, Harold, Rt. 1, Norwood 

Culpepper, Shirley Edward, Newsomc, Virginia 

Cummings, James Turner, Rt. 6. High Point 

Daniels, Franklin D. R-. 3151 Stanhope Ave.. Ralegh 

Davis. Charles Johnson. 1007 Marion St.. High Point 

Davis, Robert Joe, 910!/;. W. Broad St.. High Point 

Davis, Roger Franklin. Box 217. Archdale 

Dixon. Roy Lawson. Rt. 5. Shelby 

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

Dorselt, Car) Edison. Jr.. 1505 Beaucrest Ril.. High Point 

Duke. Stanley Gene, 206 Short St.. Chapel Hill 

Duncan, Robert William. Box 43. Pelham 

Dyer. Robert B.. Box 707, Leaksville 

Evans. Billy J.. Box 41. Stokesdale 

Everett. Ronald David. 3206 Guam Dr.. Camp Lejeune 

Everhart. Wilburn. Rt. 4. Thomasville 

Ferguson. George Watson. 1811 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 

Finley, Frank Alfred. 918 Melrose. Winslon-Salem 

Ford. Arnold Gayle, Rt. 1. Indian Trail 

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

Frye. Billy Ray. Rt. 1. Kernersvillc 

Gammon. Garland Sterling, 116 Edgeworth Ave.. High Point 

Gardner, Otis Lavan, Rt. 2. Summerfield 

Gilliam. Richard Wayne. 601 Brockslown Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Gober, Rue Wade. 302 Morris St.. Durham 

Godfrey, Carl Glenn, Jr.. 4308 Princeton Ave.. Greensboro 

Coodson. Clay Maurice. Druid Hills Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Gordon. William Cecil. 208 Prospect St.. High Point 

Gray, Billy Joe. 109 Cornell. High Point 

Greene. June Page. Rt. 2. Randletnan 

Crissett. Larry Kenneth. Manc.r Dr.. Rt. 6. High Point 

Hall, Jim Carlton, 1215 E. Green St.. High Point 

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

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

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

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

Hawks, Warren G. H.. Ill Sinclair St.. High Point 

Herbert. Walter Frederick. 803 Sycamore St.. Rocky Mount 

Honbarrier. Ralph Evan. Granite Ouarry 

Hoover, Robert Alexander. 1804 Meadowbro..k Dr.. W inston-Salem 

Hubbard. David. 2021 Bay St.. Charlotte 

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

Hunter. Jimmy Magruder. Rt. 1. Turkey 

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

Jarrett. Wilbur Arthur, Rt. 1. Box 97. Asheboro 



Johnson, Charl- Arthur. 205 E. Glebe K.I.. Apt. F. Alexandria. \ a. 

.lohn-on. Jack Ijvrd. Sk.k.-dale 

Joyce. Jimmy Harry. Jr.. I.au-omill.- 

Kennedy. Phillip Add-on. Rt. I. B..x 186. Thonia-ville 

K^ler. Craig Lewi-. 323 Vioo.lrow Ave.. High Point 

Kirkman. Ruben Delb.-n. Box 2471. Cro-n-boro 

fustier. Boyd Charh-. Rr. 2. Ran.l|e„,an 

Koonu. Clifton iVUu. Rt. 2. Thonia-vill,- 

Lanier. Leon Isaiah. Jr.. 3106 S. Main St.. W in>t„n-Salem 

Canning. Herman Maxwell. 24 Brown St.. Lexington 

Latta, Robert Kenneth. C-24. Oakwood Court. High Point 

Lee. Robert W right, Greenway Dr.. Stat— vill.- 

Leonard. Carlton Theodore. 340 S. \\ renn St . Hi«h Point 

Littrell. Frank Kurb-e. Jr.. Rt. 3. Candler 

McMahon. Thomas Grav. 509 Catewood Ave.. High Point 

Mann. John Lemuel. 1017 S. Favetlevill,- St.. .Wiek.ro 

Marlowe. Webster. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

Marsh. Elmo Donald. Ri. 1. Box 288. Thomasville 

Martin. Bobby Gordon. Law-onville 

Masten. Herbert Hatched. 106 Morgan St.. Roxln.ro 

Mercer. Jesse Bland. 812 11 W. Main St.. Elizabeth Cilv 

Mickey. Bobbie Joe. 1009 E. Hom^tead. High Point 

Moran. Ralph \ ernon. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Morrison. Rodney Jones. 283 Liberty St.. Concord 

Modeller. Karl Eugene. 710 W. Central Ave.. S. W illiam-pori. Pa. 

Murphy. Raeford Kenneth. 709 Cox Ave.. Tlioma-ville 

Mver-. Charb- H.. J,.. Mav,,:!:,,, 

iNeusiadl. Martin Eug.-ne. 1130 Brighton Beach Ave., llrooklwi 

N. Y. 
Newman. Jimmy. 514 Clover Dr.. High Point 
Nigh. Carl Bowl. 618 Cold Floss St.! Winston-Salem 
Ninion. J..el Curii-. Rt. j. Edgewaler. Marvland 
Nixon. Richard Cerald. 431 Forrest Ave.. High Point 
Noble. Roy Fred. Jr.. 2717 Fairvi.vv K.I.. Raleigh 
Noller. Thomas Dean. 2r>33 Randleman R<L. Greensboro 
Parrish. Van Maurice. Rt. 5. High Point 
Payne. Thomas \.. Jr.. Rt. 2. High Point 
IVgrani. Robert Cerald. Rt. 1. Jamestown 
Perdue. Fr.-d \iistin. 17 E. Colonial Dr.. Thomasville 
Phelps. Robert Cerald. Rt. 3. \ulander 
Phillips. Robert Eugene. 1701 Knox St.. Durham 
Poindexler. Clarence Rufiis. 1217 Forest Ave.. Winslon-Salem 
Powell. John Noting. 707 Harris St.. Raleigh 
Re.-e. Charles Itailev. Frilv Ave.. Wiiision-Saieni 
Ridgill. George Clyde. R|. 2. Trinity 
Roberts. Donald Nance. Cedar Grove 
Saunders. William I... 11.) Chestnut St.. High Point 
Sroll. Bobby Franklin. 15 Daniel A.lkitis St.. Spray 
Scott. Julius Wesley. Monroe Apis.. Apt. 11. High Point 
S.awell, Alvin Linton. Hi. I. f.'arlliage 
Shelion. Grady Hassell. Jr.. Rt, 2. Madison 
Shoaf. Hilly Joe. Kt. 5. Winslon-Salem 
Smith. Donald Moore. 1217 Adam- St.. High Point 
Smith. George Maurice. 718 Catewood. High Point 
Smith. Kyle Newton. 820 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Sniilhson. Rufus. Jr.. Tyner 

Sowers. George Washington. Jr.. 605 Concord St., Thomasville 
Stanton. Paul Edi-on. 805 Fifth Ave.. Greensboro 
Staples, Harold Anthony. 206 E. Drive, Win-ton-Salem 
Slinsoii. Jerry Woodford. Rt. 3. State-ville 
Strange. Lawrence Orian. 209 Roland Park Dr., High Point 
Stutts. Billy Omega. Rt. 5. Box 50. High Point 
Thomas. Cecil Ward. Jr.. 2314 Uucliingham. Richmond. Va. 
Thomas. Walter Frank. 2C Clara Cox Apis.. High Point 
Varner. Jimmy Marlin. Rt. 2. Lexington 
Wagner. E. J.. Rt. 1. Lexington 

W ampler. Clavton Eugene. 105 Sunset Dr., High Point 
Warren. Donald Ro-s. 1510 Valley Ridge Dr.. High Point 
Weavil. Max Carlton. 1220 Guyer St.. High Point 
W lib-hard. Charb-- Har.dd. 213 Long St.. Thomasville 
White. Charle. Lawrence. 611 West wood Dr.. High Point 
Wiley. Johnnie Powell. 302 Park St., High Point 
Williford. Charles Buchanan. 107 Sherman Dr.. Fayellcville 
Wilson. Eugene Melvin. 309 Front Ave. Rockingham 
Wilson, Paul Meal. Jr.. 315 S. Main St.. High Point 
Workman. Kenneth Paul. Rt. 2. Thoma-ville 
Wright. Vernon Eugene. 419 Hinkle Si.. Thoma-ville 
Young. C. Garland. 1004 We-ibrook Dr.. Charlotte 

SOPHOMORE WOMEN 

Barber. Emma Christine. Box 28. Linwood 

Barker. Betty Jean. Rt. 1. Randl. man 

Barrett. Bobbie Ga\. Rt. I. King- Mountain 

Bobo. Svlvia Anne. '234 W. Main Si.. Rock Hill. S. < . 

Bundv. jane Euialine. Rt. 2. High 1'niiil 

Caudill. Shirley Ann, 328 ^plague Si.. W in-lon-Sab-in 

Cava-. Va— o. 828 Mouilieu \vc. High Point 



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Chapman. Ewlyii Ingram. 1211.1 Centennial Ave. High Point 

Curder. -dnrl.-y F,:\t. Iii>.\ ."ill.i. K.-m.-r-v ill-- 

Cox. Marv lj.ui.se, R(. 1. Seagrm.- 

Craddock! SyKia Kami. Rl. -1. Box 12. Mcliam- 

D.-aton. r.rniiiia Dal--. Box 44. Trn> 

Durx-tt. \nnif Rulli. 722 II. illy Si.. \sli.lioro 

Dunn. Helen Rae. 5)5 Jack-on Am-.. Lexington. Va. 

Edward-, liarliara \nn. Box 175. George 

Ell-r. Emma J .-an. Rl. 1. Box 231. Miller- Creek 

Eu.ly. Jahala Eloise. 1533 W . Trail.- St.. Charlotte 

Fox. Sylvia Annr, 1731 Dilworth Ril.. East Charlotte 

Fra/i'-r. Ann.- Carolyn. Lib.-rlv 

Fra/i.-r. Betty Sue. Rt. 6. Box 238. Stat.sville 

Ca-kin-. Nancy Augeliiie. 130" i\. Pasteur St.. New Bern 

Gingrich. Pri-i ilia Honor.-. Box 303. Broilnax. Va. 

(Join;;, Barbara J. an. %7 S. Main Si.. Lexington 

Grayson. Norma 1..-.-. Box 293. High Point 

Griffith. J ran Leigh. Box 29. I.-ak-vilh- 

Hallman. Rul.y Louise. 231') Edgewood. High Point 

Harrison. Betty Charleiie. 106 Fi-hn Firry St.. Thoina-ville 

Ha-ly. Elisc Rebecca. Box 229. Rl. 1. Kenursville 

Hawkins. Crystal Nell. San.ly Ridge 

Hoover. I.ola Jar(|Uflim-. Lawn.lalr Dr. Ext.. (Jrernslinrn 

Hunter. Patsy Josephine. Sw.-psonville 

Hull hens. I.ihliy J. an. 846 Sholier St.. Winston-Salem 

Hulchins, Fay Gel.-rie. 106 S. Ea-t Ave.. Kannapolis 

Ingram. Nancy Jean, Rl. 3. Box 37. High Point 

Isl.y, Mary Camilla. Rl. 1. Graham 

Jarrett. Rosa Louise. Box 589. Ba.--.-tl. \ a. 

Jennings. Vivian Estelle, Box 541. Hill-wile. Va. 

K.n.lall, Fayr Marie. 409 AVoodrow Ave.. High Point 

Kirkman, Jo Anne. 800 S. Hawthorne Si.. W in-loii-Salem 

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

Leonard. Peggy I.oiii-e. 17 W'oodval.- Am-., A.-heville 

l.intliicum. D.lor.s \ on. vie. liux 472. Ran.llnnan 

Lippar.l. Betsy Elizabeth. 11)0 Elm St.. Concord 

l.ivengoo.l. Pansy Mae. lit. .">. l.i-xington 

Loving. San. ha Paul. 213 Pine Si.. High Point 

Lucas, Nancy Jane. 913 Forrest Am-.. High Point 

Lytic. Shirley Ann. lit. 1. Old Fori 

May. Bobbie Jean. Thompson Dr.. W in-toii-Sal.-m 

Meredith. Jo Anne Kt. 1. I'honiaswlle 

Miller. Nancy I.e.-, Hi. (>. Mount Airy 

Morgan. Norma Jean. Hi. I. Marshville 

Morgan. Tr.-va Esllia. Rl. I. ll«x 332. High Point 

Mnrrison. liarliara Anne. 608 Hawthorn.- St.. High I'nint 

Mnsl.y. Shelliy Jane. 122 Fra/ier St.. High Point 

Mullins. Elizabeth Ogrela. Box 6. Sw.p-nnville 

Mullinix. B.-tty Jane Rt. 1. B.>\ 94. Troy 

Parker. F.nna Joan. Hi. l ). Box 5151. Charlotte 

Paschal, i Mrs.) Pat Kmn.-gav. 12(H) Fillu-n St.. High Point 

P.nn.-ll. Klln-I Cayii.-lle. Rt. 2. Tay lor-\ille 

Pugh. Jac.|iieline. Hi. I. Franklinv ill.- 

Pugh. Sarah Mal.l.-. lit. 1. Franklimille 

Kagan. Donna Wright. Fair Grove For.-t. Thoma-ville 

Kagan. Ruby Mac 310 Circle Dr.. Fayctloillc 

Redding. Freda Ann. Sophia 

KliMie. Marv Ann. Box 202. I.ini-olnton 

Ritchie. Patricia Ann.-. 1005 Cor.lon St.. High Point 

K.iherlson. Gladys Maye. Rl. 3. High Point 

Scoll. Barliara Ann. States\ille Highway. Moor.--\ille 

Seward. Julia Rci.l. 60ft Lindsay St.. High Point 

Sewar.l. Thclma Lucille. Rl. l.Box 66. High Point 

Shore. Ha/el Ruth. Aadkinville 

Smiley. Mary Ruth. 2110 Wad-worth St.. Lynchluirg. Va. 

Smith. Donna Jac.pi.-lyn. 1007 Trog.lnn St.. N. W ilkc-boro 

rhompson. Carol Dunlap. Richland- 

Warren. Ira Dougla-. Hi. 6. Box 314. Fay.-ttcwllr 

Waters. Mary Jane. Kw-rgrern Lane. Milford. Delaware 

Whilesell. Margaret \nn. 307 Siiulhwimil Dr.. Columhia S. C 

William-. Judith Gail. Rt. 5. Box 448. High Point 

Williamson. Doris Lane. Hi. 2. Cliailhuiirn 

Wright. Kuhv Ca-hion. 1310 Trinitv Am-.. High Point 

Vomit/.. Phyllis. 309 Oak St.. High 'Point 

FRESHMAN MEN 

\i.lelgari. Ar.f Baha.hlin. The Am-. Zerka. Kingdom of Jor.lan 
Alhrighl. liohhy Aork. 40" Monllieii Am-.. High Point 

Allied. Jo-eph Rankin. Jr.. Enter, u I Ct. Apt- Hhdi I'nint 

Atwell. Paul Dean. lit. 2. Aloorcsville 

Bain. Charles Waller. Jr.. 200 Parkway. High Point 

Bar.lifl. Sauiu.l l.loy.l. Jr., 1009 Creen-ln.ro R.I.. High Point 

Barrier. Jack Price. 212 Poplar St.. Lenoir 

Bartl.lt. Franklin Dougla-. Rt. 3. Box 20. High Point 

Beck. Walter Civile. 710 Park Si.. High Point 

Bce-on. Hugh Curtis. Rl. 3. kenirr-ville 

Bennett. John Kemp. 1002 F.iwin R.I.. Durham 

Bi-hop. William. 'Ill) Olil \\in-t..n R.I.. High Point 



Black. Kenneth Ray, 221 Fairfield Rtl., High Point 

Hoi.--. Aubrey Steven. 601 Ridgecrest Drive. High Point 

liouga.l.-s. Peter Gorge. 108 S. Boylan Ave.. Raleigh 

Brewer. William Gray. Jr.. Rt. 5. Winston-Salem 

Broadway. Stanley Clay. 402 E. Vernon Ave., Kinston 

Brown. Lawr.-nce Eugene. 1011 Sherwood Drive, High Point 

Buck. James Monroe. 922 Grace St.. High Point 

Biirw.ll. Lawrence Barrett. Children's Home. Winston-Salem 

Rv.rlv. Russell Junior. 704 Fisher Ferry St.. Thomasville 

Callahan. James William. Rl. 1. High Point 

Calloway. William Rodney. 2633 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 

Campbell. Claude Terry. 211 E. Edinhorough Ave., Raeford 

Cannon. Horace Samuel. Rt. 1. High Point 

Cannon, Johnny Thomas. 405 Greensboro Rd., High Poini 

Cannon. James F.. 6 1 2 ! L- W. Green .St.. High Point 

Carrigan. Robert Smith. 1306 Ragan, High Point 

Cas-. John Herman. Jr.. 1612 College Park Drive, Greensboro 

Caudle. Ollie Mickey. Jr.. 502 N.E. Ave., Kannapolis 

Cecil. Stanley Lee. Rl. 2. High Point 

Chester. Harl.-y Archie. 1120 Graham St., Burlington 

Chilton. Ernest Waller. While Plains 

Clinar.l. Robert Winfre.l. 1607 Long St.. High Point 

Colbert. Mick.-v McCoy. 3062 Elm St.. High Point 

Collins. Frank William. 1023 Sherrod Ave. High Point 

Collin-. Rush C. Rt. 2. Madison 

Conrad. El wood Mack. 209 White St.. Thomasville 

Cupple, Benny Otto. 2727 Petnia, Winston-Salem 

Craven. Harry Lee. Rt. 1. High Point 

Crockett. Phillip Wayne. 440 Coapman Ave.. Creen-boro 

Currie. Laurence Stewart, Box 57. Bobbins 

Davis, Harry Spencer. Clemnmns 

Davis. James Harold. Hi. 1. Trinity 

Davis. Larry Donald, 805 Willow-brook St.. High Point 

Dixon. Robert Bovd. 515 Mendenhall. High Point 

Dobbin-. Jackson I).. Rl. 4. Box 343. High Point 

Dorselt. Donald Raymond. Rl. 2. Thomasville 

Dunbar. Bobby Ray. Rt. 4. High Point 

Dziezye. A.l.dph J.. Jr.. 65 Mayllow.-r Ave,. Stamford. Conn. 

Edwards. Frazier McLean. II. 2705 Bedford Ave.. Raleigh 

Faulkner. Clyde Wheeler, Jr.. Rt. 4. Mt. Airy 

Faulkner. Richard Jerry. Rt. 9. Box 177-A, Charlotte 

Finning. LcRoy Duke. 225 S. Tillery St.. Rocky Mounl 

Flyiu. Auhr.-y Ralph. 2411 Patterson. Winston-Salem 

Fosier. George Philip. 119 Melrose St., Winston-Salem 

Freeman. Clarence Colbert, Jr.. Rt. 2. Box 49. Thomasville 

Frye. Ervin Cecil. Jr.. 105 Oakmont Drive. Asheboro 

Fulp. Ronald Owen. Box 295. Archdab- 

Furr. Alva Roger. Box 385. Norwood 

Gardner. Clayton Harris, Rt, 1. Box 371, Greensboro 

Gardner. Brier Earl. Sumnierlirld 

Gardner. Rossi.- Garnet. 3006 Kivetl Drive. High Point 

Gardner. William Raymond. Rt. 3. Box 468, Mt. Airy 

Gaskill. Albert Row.-. 404 N. Sumner St.. Selma 

(jailing. Robert Lee. 221 Galling St.. Ahoskie 

Cor.-uch. Hamcs Ralph. CC 11. 17 Hill St.. Lexington 

Gray. Harold Gilmer, 282 Tarboro St., Lexington 

Greene, Lane Emery, 505 Rockspring Rd., High Point 

Crubbs. William Madison. Rl. 1. Walkertown 

Guyer. Randall Boyd. 211 Maple St.. High Point 

Hall. Bobby Huston. Rt. 1, Lawsonville 

Hall. Robert Lewis. 1312 E. Green St.. High Point 

Hanimes. Paul Wayne. 311 Wuodiow Ave.. High Point 

Harper, Jame- Jay, 407 Planner. Burlington 

Harris. Jam.-- Fredrick. Rt. 3. Kerm-rsville 

Hartley. Thad Kerr. Rl. 5, Lexington 

Hern. Ion. Raymond Lee. 311 Church St.. High Point 

Hill. Harold H.. Jamestown 

Holbrook. Herbert Howard. 302 Louise Ave.. High Point 

Homey. Jo-eph Oliver. 220 Rockspring Rd., High Point 

Hu.-gele. William T.. 332 S.W. 22nd St.. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

Hulin. Charl.-s Brinkl.-y. 2505 N. Fayetteville St.. Asheboro 

Hum. David Brvce, Rl. ]. Thomasville 

Hyatt. Haywood Brasw.ll. Rt. 2. High Point 

Iv.-y. (;.-orge W.. Main St., Norwood 

Jack-on. Wilbur Ivan. 810 W. 4th St., Ayden 

Jellers. Frank Arthur. 2805 Central Blvd.. High Point 

Jenkms. Lorny Eugene. Rt. 2. Box 23J. Thomasville 

Jones. Lloyd Dale. 905 Asheboro St.. High Point 

Jones. Robert Lee. 321 Libertv Si.. Thomasville 

Julian. Carl Melvin. Rt. 1. Franklimille 

K.-iinedy. Carl. Rt. 2. Trinity 

Keiine.lv. Jes-e Burton. 604 W.-slwood St.. High Point 

ktrby. Thomas Martin. 2505 Druid Hills Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Ki-er. William Daniel. Box 57. Cermanton 

Rookie. William Arthur. Jr.. Crest wood Pk.. High Point 

Lackey. Jesse Edwin. 413 Dayton St.. High Point 

Lain. Jani.-s Ray. 402 Shady Lane. High Point 

Lanning. Hoy Samuel. Rt. :,. Lexington 



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Lasley. Robert Melvin. Rt. 3, Box 210. Greensboro 
Leonard, Carroll Long. 215 Martin St.. L.xinglnn 
Leonard. Coy Griggs. Rt. -1. Lexington 
Lcwallcn. I,awrence F.rlin. Rl. 6. Box 195. High Poinl 
Lewis. Jackie Lee. 306 Steele St.. High Point 
Lewis. Thomas Clayton. 920 South Main St.. High Point 
Livingston, Luther Wakefield. Jr., Rt. 6. Box 45*). Stalc-vill,. 
Lloyd. Don Burnham. 302 Gray St.. Thoinasville 
Loflin, James Diff. 907 Franklin St.. Tluunasvillc 
Long, Robert Eugene. Box 141. Marion 
Lowe, David, Green way Drive, High Point 
Lucas, William Ronald, Rt. 5. A^heboro 
Lyndon, Bobby Shaw, 323 Taylor St.. Thoinasville 
McKnight. Hugh Morris. 1319 Forest An-.. Winston-Salem 
McLean, Thomas Colon. Cordova 
McNatt, Ralph Sidney. 621 Wesley Place. High Point 
McNeill, Robert Ray, Rl. 1. Seagrovc 
Mahry. Cary Evans. 801 Carrick Avi-., High Point 
Macon, Fred Keith. Sumnierfichl 
Marion, Newton Coke. Roaring (lap 
Martin. David Eugene. CC 11. 17 Hill St.. Lexington 
Martin, Everette Lewis. 3001 Centennial. High Point 
Martin, Leonard Darnell, Lawsonville 
Martin, Vernon Ray, 1426 Johnson St.. High Point 
Mellnik, Alexander, 74 Schiller. Buffalo. N. Y. 
Meyerhoeffer. Edward Holland. 5U'/j Smith St.. High Point 
Miller, Frank Reilzel, Rt. 2, Hillsboro 
Moon, Charles Raeford. Rt. 1. Julian 
Moon, Donald Lee. Box 364. Boomer, W. Va. 
Moore, Henry Walton. Jr.. Ouei.ii St.. Hill-bnro 
Morgan. Charles Edward. 203 Fairfield Rd.. High Poinl 
Morris, Edmund B.. CC 12. Box 6. Lexington 
Muss, Paul Elliott. Rt. 6. Cr.-slwood Pk.. High Point 
Mullican. Noble IVarce. Jr.. 1831 Academy St.. Wiiislnn-Saleu 
Murray, Donald Dixon. I960 Maryland Ave.. Charlotte 
Myers, David Luther. Rt. 1. Thomasville 
Nance. Billv Ray. Box 4954. Arclnlale 
Newkirk. William Preston. Rl. 1. Willard 
Osborne. Murphy Morgan. 26] Surry Ave., F.lkin 
Parker. Norwood I., 311 S. Hawthorne Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Parker. Samuel Joshua. Jr.. Hurdle Mills 
Parsley. Edward Milton. CC 12. Box 2f)2. Lexington 
Paxlon, Murray Kenneth. Sinyre Station. Castonia 
Pender, Arnold Gray, 104 Oakland Ave. Kerncr-wlle 
Pennewell. William Scolt. Jr.. Onancock. \ a. 
Perdue. Robert George. Children's Hume. Winston-Salem 
Perry. Herbert Tabnadge. Box 67, Soiillunnut 
Perry, John Calhoun. 1412 Wilshire Blvd.. High Poinl 
Peters. Freil Arnold. 1202 W, Burton Ext.. High Poinl 
Peterson. Jalher l.uby. Jr.. I'.ox 217. Vanc.-hnro 
Pettyjohn. John Vernon. 229 Monmouth Si.. Winston-Salem 
Pharr. Robert R.-ece. 231 Maple Ave.. Stales, ill,. 
Pierce. John. 114 Maple Avi-.. Thoinasville 
Piltman. Joseph Vernon. 715 Hardeman St.. ThomasxiJIe 
Pope. Omer Nicholas. 1329 Oakland Ave.. Creoiishnii. 
Pugh. Waymoii Vance. Rl. 1. Ramseur 
Ray. Sam. 414 Cable St.. High Point 
Reavis. James Harold. 202 Edg.-worth St.. High Point 
Reddeck. Gary Predion. 2200 Edgewood. High Point 
Richardson. Harold Delano. 1801 Johnson St.. High Point 
Richter. Robert Charles. 12 Parker Si.. Ansonia. (Jmn. 
Riddle, Gene Arden. 306 Oak St.. Kannapoli- 
Rierson. John Wyatt. 3055 Gilmer. Winston-Salem 
Rodden. Thomas Jerry. Rt. 5.. High Point 
Rose, Mark Spurgeon. Jr.. 75 Park Blvd.. \X iiislonSalem 
Rowe, Gerald Daniel. 3417 E. Market. Greensboro 
Royals, Donald Franklin. Rt. 2. Trinity 
Rule, Bill Howard. 821 Walker Avenue. \\ iuslmiSal.ni 
Rulh. Wayne Alexander, Box 1442. High Poinl 
Serei|ue. Arthur Forsyth. Jr.. 28 Chestnut Si.. Slu-lton. Conn. 
Shaver. Forest Lindrl. 2507 Waterbury. Winston-Salem 
Sbelton. James Gray. Rt. 3. Ml. Airy 
Shellon. Roger Alvin. Rt. 4. Ml. Airy 
Shelum. Thomas William. Market St.. Madison 
Shuler. Randall Thomas. 206 Leonard Si.. Thoniasy ill- 
Sink, Alfre.l Thomas. 203 E. Brown St.. Randleman 
Sink. James Ardell. Rt. 3. Lexington 
Smith. James Edward. Rt. I, Box 276- A. Goldsboro 
Smith. Robert Hindi.-. Jr.. 806 Sunset Dr.. High Point 
Smith. Rovce Eugene. Rl. 3. Gold.shoro 
Smith. William Monroe. 1204 ^ W. -41 li Si.. Winston-Salem 
Spencer. John Siginan. Trinity 
Staines. James Allen. 460 College. Mooresville 
Starnes, Theron Paul. 1018 West A Si.. Kannapolis 
Stephens. Emesl Ulin. Rt. 2. F.lkin 

Slepp. Ravenelle Cornelius. Children's Home. Winston-Salem 
Stewart. William I... Jr.. 906 Bridges. High Point 
Suggs. Bobby Clyde. Rt. 3. Box 185. Thomasville 



Sumner. Janie- Haw-. .-,1.3 lleealur M.. High Point 
Swaiiiig.-n. David Dal--. 1315 Parkxvj* Vw-.. Charloii- 
s>k.-. John Howard. 1214 K.-nnon St.. Clurl..tl.- 
T-rr-'ll. Gil— Oldham. Box 221. iaiic,->,j||.. 

Thornton. Jo-eph Po|„.. 211 W . Spragin- >t.. VV m- -Sali in 

I >•!'"'. I.arr; \\ :i\ n. . 111. 1. |j mil 

Tolliyer. Donald Eugene. 1112 Tipton ->i„ High Poinl 
Trevorr-.w. William Handheld. 71 1'ro-p.ct St.. Vn-onia Ci.nn 
Tucker. Ham T.. P,i. 1, Madi-nn 
Tyson. William James. Jr.. Staiiion-huri: 
I th-v. James Cam,-. 3817 Walker. Green-h..r.. 
Van.lerh.r.l. William Timothv. I2H Templ.-I.in t I.. Monre-xille 
\eaeh. Norman Wavne. Rl. i. High poinl 
Venal. le. Horace C.nyvanl. Kt. 1. Box 211.. Kernel »\i lie 
Wailman. Larry Bolton. Rt. 5. Lexington 
Ward, lain.- Kenn.ch. Rl. 1. Jame-toun 
Ward. John E.. 1 7i ir> E. Green Si.. High Point 
Ward. Walter I.e.-. 9211 S. Co\. \.|iel.nro 
Warner. Braxlon Ingram. ]2n n Woodland. High Point 
Warn.r. Herbert Glenn. 311 Bamw.-ll Si.. Thorna-Clle 
Watkin-. Waller Eugene. 3627 S. Main St.. Vi in-ii.ii-Saleni 
W.-tmi.relan.l. I...I.I.V W .. Stok.-dale 

Whitehead. Eddie Lee, Coleridge 

Whicker. Raymond S.. 113 Colleton Bd., Raleigh 

Wilder. Robert \n.trew. 305 Cox Vic. I'll a-ville 

Wilke.-. Lawr.nee Frank. 215 I u harri,- St.. V-liclmro 

W ilkiu-on. Larry Dal.-. Rl. 6. Box 112. Charlotte 

Wilson. James Richard. Aberdeen 

Wood. Daniel Vance. 511 Ml. Cm-- M.. V-h,l..,ro 

Workman. Donald Clifton. Joliii-oiilnmi Nil.. Thnma-yillc 

Woikiiian. Ronald \-hlev. 211 Wcsteh.-I.r Drive. High Point 

Wk. Henry Johnson. Jr.. Boy 1052. High Point 

V.ur. Richard Lee. X.i.'i Trinity Si.. Tlmnia-ville 

FRESTIM \\ WOMEN 

\nd.r-on. Joan. .iO'i Eli/abeih St.. Murium 

\ uiiuiii. \maiola Sue. Hi. 2. Trinity 

Baile\. Mareia \niie. I'.-nlan.l 

Barrier. Tnhi Lane. 501 Murphy S|.. Madison 

Bennett. Joan Cecile. 7117 (lib \ye„ Ninth lllimholdt. lima 

Belhiiue. llalli. Marie. Linden 

Broek. Sydney Vdclia. Box l(i.'i. 'Trent. in 

Bryan. Dori- Ho-.-. \ an. eln.ro 

Bull, Nancy Sue. Ilakersville 

Caller, \nila Jane. Rl. 8. Boy 3. Cimcnrd 

Cavanaiigb. El-ie Marie. Rl. ]. Jacksonville 

Craw (old. Joan Erhe. 3201 Clark We.. Raleigh 

Crew-. Nain-j Gail. 111. 6. \\ iii-ioii-Saleui 

Deal. B.wrlv Vim. 101 South Si.. Cystoma 

Doty. Berma Fax. 1209 Rn.kle.lge Urn,. Ho, kb-dge. Flu. 

Drum. Naomi Ruth. Rt. 2. .N.-ulon 

lluiin. R.'giua Mare. I'ak Siinnnil R.I.. \\ in-lon-Saleni 

Eagle. CaroK n J.-ao. Hi. I. Thoina-iille 

Elder. June Fane. 1115 Ba> St.. I.y neldiiirg. \ a. 

F.llerl.e. Carol Vnn. Ellirbe 

Fain. Elaine. 76 Central A\c I.eak-\ill.- 

Fowler, \nila Jeailene. 1701 N. College Ave.. Newlou 

Fr.--liwal.-r. Wavnna Sue. Rt. I. M.-bain- 

Fundeilnirt. Margaret Vnne. .'105 N. Main St.. kaiinap.di- 

Garin-r. Julia Anita. Rl. 2. Box 212. Seagnoe 

(.air. -It. Cabb} \V illiain-on. 46115 Virginia Vv\. \ewpnrt .Nru-. \'a. 

(das-. Julia Vnn. 306 S. Elm Vu\. (ireenslioro 

Collide. Helen Fav >■. Rt. 1. I.inwoo.l 

Crav. Susie Ann. 5(113 Barker. High Point 

Croth. Carol Jol.c 307 Hill, t.— I Circle. Lexington 

Cuiiii. Avie Vnn. Rt. 2. Ken bridge. \ a. 

llarp.-r. Barbara J.-an. 301) Carle. Si.. High Point 

Harrington. Belly Jo. Box 27.. Row land 

Harri-. Barbara Ann. 21 IH E. Walker. V-li.-l.or., 

Harri-. Edna l.oui-e. Box 15.3. Macon 

Hastings. Carolyn Mai-. Rl. 1. Box 31. K.-rner-ulle 

llau-er. I'alricia l.oui-c. 100 Siinview. High I'oiui 

Havworlb. P'ggy Vnn. 701 E. Commerce S|„ High Poinl 

Hed»ec...ck. B.l-v Rulh. W. Hoin.-t.-a.l V>.-.. High Point 

Hedrick. Barbara Vnn. Rl. 1. Box 560. Lexington 

Hern.loii. (.laiidia Eleanor. 3(14 Steele. High Poinl 

ll.il.b-. Pal-v Vnn. 205 l',..-tian N.. Kannapoli- 

Hol.l.ll. Ju.«|U.Im1 Elllleda. Box 725. Vl.enleell 

Holm.-. Margaret l.oui-e. Rl. 1. Box 4(1. lli.lt. m 

Hook-. Pat-v Jane. Ri. .1, Maltlu-w- 

Hunllev. Barbara Vnn. 1301 Monroe Rd.. Charlotte 

Jon.-. N.-llie Mac Grumpier. VVe-t Virginia 

jone-. Shirley L.n.linc 119 I ind. n Vm-.. l.vn. hl.iirg. V j. 

Ionian. Pallida Lou. 120 Brigg- Vvc. High Point 

Kearns. Norma Jan.-. 1051 VV . -ali-lnir> St.. \-l,.-l.,,r.. 

Keeling. P.-ggv O'N'il. I"'X 1.2. Keeling \\.:. \-liel,„r,, 

Kerr. Vnn. Eli/abelh. 121 Sprint. Vbnim Vir> 
Kiml.ro. . Mr-. i Maiianne. Hi. I. Waliuil ( ..v.- 



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Lanier. Jm-lla 1'i-arl. Rt. 1. Thnma-sillr 

Lanson. Marian Marrlnna. H2.i Sheridan St.. Winter Hai-n. Fla. 

Linsille. Jan.- Rangeley. Walnut Cose 

Long, s irginia \i-ll. Rt. I. I llar.-mlon 

Lord. Belts Ann. 202 Colonial Dr.. Thoma-sille 

Lossdermilk. Marilyn. 59 Vanderhor-l St.. Charle-lnn. S. <".. 

Liit/.. Jo Ellen. Hi. 1. l!.-hvf,<.il 

l.ynrli. Marguerite Jean. 1626 Cillw-ri St.. High Point 

Matthew*. R,l,.-i,a Rulli. Park-|.-\. Va. 

Miller. Shirley Ann.-. 104 Marker St.. High Point 

Mi/,>-. Patricia Christine. Box 5024. DaUoua Beach. Fla. 

Mohley. Cynthia Lasanna. Hamp-tead 

Morgan. Juanila Doris. 310 Ridgeircst Dr.. Hiuh Point 

Munis. Naurs Ellen. P. O. Box 1399. KaniwpnlU 

Morn's. Peggy Lose. Ri. .1 Winston-Salem 

Mnser, Patt) J fan. Hickory Rd.. Lenoir 

Myers. Patricia Cayle. 21 Second An-.. Tlioma-sille 

Nifong. Shirley l.oui-e. Rt. 2. Clemmon- 

Oukles. Elsie Ms.-. 1115 E. Jack-on S[„ M.-l.ai» 

Overby. Sylvia Kay. 810 Pin.- Circle Dr.. High Point 

Payne, liarliara Dean, Box 285. Rural Hall 

Phillips. (Mrs.) Hazel Statrelt. 618 West 16th St.. Winston -Salem 

Pugh. Gladys Louise. Rt. 1. Franklins ille 

Rakestran. Helen Caroline. Box 123. Sloneville 

Reynold-, Rutli Eselyn. 523 Deleware St.. .New Ca-tle. Pel. 

Ridge. Mary Rutli. Soulli Main St.. Hill.sille. Va. 

Ripley. Barbara \nne. }H08 Palmer Si.. Durham 

Robinson. Christine Kavailg. Rt. 3. Rox 'i2. Cala.v. Va. 

Rouse. Betsy Ross. Box 375. W alstonburg 

Roval. Nanev Ann. Rt. '■',. Whiles ille 



Rufty. Sarah Jean. Rt. 4. l.im-olnton 

Sabalini. Ruth Audrey. 443 Howe Ave.. Shelton. Conn. 

Summon*. Pal-s Jean. Box 2. Vanceboro 

Sechresi. Linda Anne. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Shelton. Harriett Anne. 815 E. Farris. High Point 

Sherrill. Palss Anne. Ea-i Broad St.. .Statesville 

Singlelars. Ilel-y Steven-;. P. 0. P.ox 185. Clarkton 

Singleton. Pliyllis Jannell. 213 M. Charles St.. Roxboro 

Sloan. Betty Lambeth. 607 Oak View Rd.. High Point 

Smith. Jesvell Eselyn. 116 Springfield. High Point 

Stafford. Sarah Elizabeth. Lewi*ville 

Stalling*. Mariani June. Box 25. W'hitnel 

Stone. Emily Lou. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

Strange. Rhonda Karen. Sniyre Sta.. Gastonia 

Sirassn. Margaret Ellen. 801 Berkeley Ave.. Charlotte 

Templet. m. Metis Rose. CMR 544. Box 486. Charlotte 

Thoriihill. Jane Louise. 923 E. Boulevard. Charlotte 

Toenbrrlin. Belly Rose. 22 Beaver Dr.. Asheville 

Tucker. Frames Juliana. Rt. 1. Lasvsonvjlle 

\anderlord. Robbie Hawk*. 323 West Iredell Ave.. Mooresville 

Wall. Sarah Jane. 207 Lindsay St.. High Point 

Ward. Judith Todd. Rt. 3. Mocksville 

Wileox. Sandra Elizabeth. 118 Hillside Ave.. Shelton. Conn. 

W illianis. Janet Lee. 27J8 N. Fayeiieville St.. Asheboro 

W illianison. Helen Paige. Ford. Va. 

Wilson. Barbara Elizabeth. 404 North Dr., High Point 

W ilson. Frances Louise. Ranlo Station. Gastonia 

W ilson. Nancy Jo. Rt. 1. Stimmcrfield 

W right. Lannie Marie. Saxapahasv 

W right. Peags Sue. 2302 Dallas St.. High Point 



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



759 North 
Main Street 




Distinctive Luggage Leather Goods and Gifts 



High Point 
N. C. 



SARA WAGGER & CO. 

Smart Individual Wear for Our Lady 
High Point, North Carolina 



DR. MAX RONES 

OPTOMETRIST 

£v« 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 



Compliments of 

PIEDMONT COLOR AND 
CHEMICAL CO. 



HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



High Point. North Carolina 



W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

110 South Perry Street 
Telephone 2360 - 2165 

Millers of FLOUR, MEAL and FEED 



SNOW LUMBER COMPANY 

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



Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 

High Point, North Carolina 



Venetian Blinds - Window Shades - Tape - Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE b BLIND CO. 

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



KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 

Opposite Post Office 



PHONE 3373 



Compliments of 

N. H. SILVER, INC. 

129 South Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



Snow Studio & Camera Shop 

PORTRAIT, COMMERCIAL & AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 

206 North Main Street 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 

Official Photographers oj the 1955 Zenith 

Portraits by F. Hilliard 




iJEWELERS = 



Compliments of 

DICK CULLER'S, INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 
142 Church Street 



Compliments of 

Logan Porter Mirror Company 



Shore's Launderteria & Dry Cleaning 

3 HOUR CLEANING SERVICE 
"Try Our Washable Sport Shirt Service" 



Phone 6009 



425-427 N. Wrenn St. 



Compliments 

Dixie's Soda Shop 

813 North Main Phone 2247 



Master Mirrors 



Compliments 

YOUNG FURNITURE and RUG CO. 

1706 North Main Street 
Phone 79? 1 



Compliments of 

J. W. SECHREST & SON, INC. 

SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1897 
High Point, North Carolina 



Hunter Coal b Oil Co. 

COAL : FUEL OIL : HEATING SERVICE 
Phone 3366 



Compliments of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 

Phone 3313 



Compliments 

S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 

5-I0-25C STORE 



HIGH POINT SAVINGS 
& TRUST COMPANY 

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



HEDGECOCK LUMBER CO. 

1213 Ward Street Phone 4006 

"Where the Home Begins in High Point" 



Compliments oj 

DEDMON PRODUCE CO. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE 

Phone 4960 

High Point, North Carolina 



Established 1880 

KESTER MACHINERY CO. 

MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES 

Phone 6908 1411 South Main Street 

High Point. North Carolina 




PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 



SILVER KNIT HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS FINE HOSIERY 
High Point, North Carolina 



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

High Point Steam Laundry, Inc. 

PHONE 2-3325 



W. E. LINTHICUM AND SONS 

READY MIXED CONCRETE 



High Point 
asheboro 



Phone 3243 - 5922 



Siler City 
Jacksonville 



PROGRESSIVE TRANSPORTATION 
SINCE 1930 



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" 



MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 



FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 

PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 



REED SUPPLY CO. 

"EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER 
Between High Point and Thomasville 

McGHEE UPHOLSTERY, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF GOOD FURNITURE 

Box 329 Phones 4365 - 5921 

High Point, North Carolina 



Good Wishes to Graduates of 1955 
From the Manufacturers of 



Brand 




WORK 'N' PLAY CLOTHES 
A3 ye".. pJcn the year- oh>=qd r :■'* -id? r Am ■■. ' ■? * 

E'-iellenr© i; on orf wen o> 'rmm] on-j ";N' .-* 
do not Ott rightly be"Oi:=e v.* hose \ir\it or e 
but rather we have *h<y-e t-ernu-e we ha-. •: 3 '•":. 
We ore v-hot we repeatedly do E-.:eNen>: "ng 
on a:t but o habit" Mcs the habit o' c- "ek 
good fortune to you Thr?ugho'.it the \eor-- 

ANVIL BRAND FACTORIES 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 



ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

Stores in 

High Point - Thomasvillf. - Asheroro 



STANLEY'S JEWELERS 

THE DIAMOND and WATCH STORE 



"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 



Phone 9776 



S. E. HAUSER, INC. 

Wholesale and Retail 

FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES 

FEED AND SEED 

118-120 North Wrenn Street 



GRAY-ART FLOWER SHOP 

"Let Our Flowers Say It For You" 

East Lexington at North Main 

Phone 7152 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT PAPER BOX CO. 

319 Mangum Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments oj 

ELWOOD BARBER SHOP 

118 East High Street 



WAGNER TIRE SERVICE 

TIRE EXPERTS FOR OVER 35 YEARS 

Thurston Street 

High Point. North Carolina 



BARGAIN FURNITURE CO. 

"Quality Furniture at Bargain Prices" 

Phone 9163 

526-28 English Street 

High Point. North Carolina 



WILLIAMS FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention 

1 12-114 East High Street 

Phone 5011 



Compliments of 

ARCADIA WELL DRILLERS 

R.F.D. No. 4 

Lkxin'C ins. North Cakoi in \ 



Compliments of 




Compliments of 

BELK-BECK 

HIGH POINTS LARGEST LEADING 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP 

Exclusive Ready-To-Wear and Millinery 

Arcade Building 

High Point, North Carolina 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 

Dial 3393 

210-212 Pine Street 



S. P. Kimsey Plumbing & Heating, Inc. 

CONTRACTING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES 

Phone 3241 

1915 English Street High Point. N. C. 



Yon Will Enjoy 

SCHRAFTS CANDIES HAV-A-TAMPA CIGARS 

Distributed by 

BENNETT-LEWALLEN COMPANY 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 



Compliments of 

CLOVER BRAND 
DAIRIES, INC 

High Point. North Carolina 

"Let Clover Brand Purity 
Be Your Security" 



KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 

-CROWN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS' 

1203 Tryon Street P. O. Box 1428 

High Point. North Carolina 



SWAIM SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale 
Plumbing. Heating and Industrial Supplies 

High Point - Salisbury - Rocky Mount 



Compliments of 

KIRKMAN SHOE STORE 



Compliments of 

AMERICAN SERVICE COMPANY 

236 West Russell Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

ICE — COAL 



SELECT FOODS 

INC. 

SUPPLIERS OF QUALITY FROZEN 
AND CANNED FOODS 

Exclusively to 
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS AND INSTITUTIONS 

Hendersonville, N. C. 



MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORES 
HIGH POINT, N. C. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. REIDSVILLE, N. C. 

TH0MASVILLE, N. C. BURLINGTON, N. C. 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 



Compliments of 



W. F. MAULDIN, INC. 



Compliments 



JIFFY MANUFACTURING CO. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

Penrod, Jurden, b Clark Co. 



High Point's 

Oldest and 

Leading Tailors 

New Amos Bldg. 
1 1 W. Washington St. '* 




SOUTHERN MOTOR CO. 

Telephone 5800 2100 S. Main Street 

Your De Soto - Plymouth Dealer 

High Point. North Carolina 



Compliments of 




SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORD'S 

140 North Main Street 
FREEMAN SHOES CUSTOM TAILORING 



Compliments of 



DALLAS, INC. 



JONES and PEACOCK, INC. 



Compliments of 

GEO. L HUNDLEY 

Insurance : Rentals : Property Management 
Sales : Mortgage Loans 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 



214 North Main Street 



High Point, N. C. 



6 W. Main 



THOMASVILLE. N. C. 



Sporting Goods. Frigidaire Appliances 
and Building Supplies 



Automatic Lathe Cutterhead 
Company 

High Point, North Carolina 



ATLANTIC BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

HOME LOANS 
Savings Accounts Are Insured Up To $10,000 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 

We Carry a Complete Line of 
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FOR ALL SPORTS 

119 North Greene Street 
Greensboro. North Carolina 



Compliments of 

THE FLI-BACK SALES CORP. 

High Point. North Carolina 



World's Largest Distributor of 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Paddle & Ball Games 
Sponge Balls 
Sponge Return Balls 
Sponge Base Balls 



Return Tops 
( Yo Yo Type ) 
Spinning Tops 
Balloon & Balloon Sticks 



Compliments of 



CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 



Compliments of 

THE LILLY COMPANY 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



IDOL GREEKCft. 



Real Estate Sales Property Management 

Insurance Mortgage Loans 

115 W. Washington Street Phone 5069 



Compliments of 

DIXIE HOT SHOPPE 

"Where Friends Meet" 



JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

Established 1902 

106 North Wrenn Street 

High Point. North Carolina 



Efird's Department Store 

Quality Merchandise 
At Low Prices 



THE PRINTED WORD 
MAKES EDUCATION POSSIBLE 



DIFFENDAL'S FLOOR COVERINGS 



LINOLEUM INCORPORATED CARPETS 

ASPHALT TILE RUGS 

RUBBER TILE Sales and Installations umNGS 

743 N. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 3066 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



"Better Printing Pays" 



Compliments of 

THE BLOSSOM SHOP 



Max O'Conner. Owner 



PRI NTING , 



"A 



£ COMPANY 

~/,c//*-rArcs.r- L fi/nptete frmfifip ' derwce-LtfnQQrapnu' 



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x/ 



Compliments of 

Highland Motors, Inc. 

Your 
CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 

Dealer 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 

300 North Main Street 
Phone 3640 



MARSH 

FURNITURE 

COMPANY 



Compliments of 

WILLIAMS SALES CO.. Inc. 

WHOLESALE LUMBER and PLYWOOD 
High Point, North Carolina 



CECIL'S DRUG STORE 

610 North Main Street 
Phone 2-3369 



Manufacturers 

KITCHEN FURNITURE 

SINCE 1906 



HYMAN'S JEWELRY CO. 

106 S. Main Street 
High Point. North Carolina 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

1 1 9 North Main Street 
"Shoes For The Entire Family" 



THE SWEET SHOPPE 

113 North Main Street 

Phone 3745 

High Point, North Carolina 

"All Your Bakery Needs" 




manb 



FOR THOSE WHO CARE 
122 South Main Street High Point, N. C. 



C. DeWITT HOLTON FURNITURE CO. 



Compliments of 

QUALITY CLEANING CO. 

1341 N. Main Street 
"Under New Management" 



1335 N. Main 



Phone 3060 



ENGLISH RADIO & TV SERVICE 

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



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1955 



'Quality Furniture and Carpets' 



THE HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE 



817 South Main Street 



Phone 3791 



HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



NASH JEWELRY & LOAN CO. 

127 North Main Street 
TUDiAj High Point, North Carolina 

"Nash Saves Your Cash" j 

ii 


THE GRIFFITH TAILORING CO. 

Made to Order Suits for Ladies and Men 

156'/2 South Main Street 
Marvin H. Griffith High Point, N. C. 


QUALITY SHOE STORE 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 
"A Fit for Every Foot" 


S. L. CARPENTER 

JEWELER and GEMOLOGIST 
113 W. Washington 


i 

Compliments of 

POWERS WIRE PRODUCTS CO., INC. 

619 West Green Street 
High Point, North Carolina i 


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 insti- 
tution. Our sincere desire to serve our many patrons well and unselfishly is j 
widely recognized and our ability to do this is established. 

HIGH POINT - THOMASVILLE 

HIGH POINT THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 

•'Nothing But Service To Sell" 


i 

STEELE'S DINER 


Compliments of 

VOGUE CLEANERS 


Owned and Operated by High Point College Students 
and Alumni, Frank, Jean and "Bunny" Cochran 


PICKUP AND DELIVERY ' 
201 English 1501 English 
753 N. Main 


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TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE, INC. 

RCA. DUMONT, PHILCO. MAGNA VOX 

Service By Factory Men 

735 North Main Phone 7934 


MURROW'S TRANSFER, INC. 

MOVERS OF NEW FURNITURE 
in 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee 
Phone 8959 


HAROLD C. DAVIS ! GRIFFITH 

-ciwpei of Flows" OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

c , n w, * ti., c • TYPEWRITERS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
Funeral Directors Ambulance Service I 

Phone 5049 Phone 4573 505 N. Main | 



Compliments of 

THE HOME BUILDING, INC. 

Asheboro, North Carolina 
The Key to Happiness is Home Ownership 

COLLIER ELLIS & CO. 

414-16 North Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

Clothing and Accessories for Men and Women 
of Discernment 

Mid-State Insurance Agency, Inc. 

Ashlyn Hotel Building 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

Phone: 2030 



Compliments of 

HARRIS-KELLY MUSIC CO. 

FINE PIANOS - HAMMOND ORGANS 

2432 English Street Phone 32U9 

High Point. North Carolina 



Compliments 



CHARLES STORE CO. 



Compliments of 

ALMA DESK CO. 

High Point. North Carolina 



American Supply Company of N. C, Inc. 

EXCLUSIVE FABRICS 

FOR THE UPHOLSTERER AND DECORATOR 



308 W. Broad Street Phone: 45V I 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

TRIANGLE HOSIERY COMPANY 



High Point, North Carolina 



QUALITY BEAUTY SHOP 

'If Your Hair Is Not Becoming To You — 

Yon Should Be Coming To Us' 

Phone 4653 



CUMBY-ORRELL MORTUARY 

AMBULANCE 5045 

* 
Broad Street at Chestnut 



ENGLISH MOTOR CO. 

of High Point 
FORD Test Drive It.' 

Value Check It.' 



BROWN'S SHOE SERVICE 

Since 1924 

208 E. Washington St. Phone 4313 

High Point. North Carolina 



BOB WINFREY, INC. 

720 N. Main Street Telephone 7957 

RICHFIELD PRODUCTS GOODYEAR TIRES 

Recapping and Road Service 



Compliments of 



COLTRANE-GRAHAM 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



Compliments of 

Thomas & Howard Company 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



Southern Plywood Corporation 

Manufacturers of SUPERIOR PLYWOOD 



245 South Hamilton Street Phone 9695 

High Point, North Carolina 



Box 1025 Phone 5936 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA UPHOLSTERY 
COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 



High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

MARSDEN SLATE, INC. 

LEATHERS - PLASTICS - FABRICS 

513 English Street Phone 9945-3727 

High Point. North Carolina 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 
OF HIGH POINT 



GULF SERVICENTER 

A. A. Morris, Prop. 

Corner English and Lindsey Streets 

High Point, North Carolina 

Phone 3276 



Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 9376 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

CASARD FURNITURE 
MANUFACTURING CORP. 



Manufacturers of 
FINE FURNITURE 



High Point. North Carolina 



High Point. North Carolina 



Burton Upholstery Company 

LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 

Manufacturers 
High Point, North Carolina 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 
CAR WORKS, INC. 

Designers and Manufacturers of Bus Bodies 



Compliments of Friends 



High Point, North Carolina 



High Point Boiler b Tank Co., Inc. 

2411 English Street 

Phone 9138 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 




Reddy's helping hand 
is powerful for better 
light, more conven- 
ience, comfort and 
economy! 

DUKE 

P.QWER COMPANY 



Compliments 

AUMAN MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 



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Compliments of 

A FRIEND 

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Save 
By Placing lour 

Insurance of All Kinds 
With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Street 



Congratulations 

to the 

Hight Point College Seniors 

and 

Best Wishes for Your Future Success 

and Happiness 



McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

ASHEBORO, N. C. 



Makers of Famous McCrary ■•Seanl■Remin<ler , ' Stockings 



Dairy Products of High Point Quality 

LINDALE DAIRY 
CORPORATION 

"// is our pleasure to serve you" 

Lexington Avenue 




Heritage 
Henredon 




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Custom Quality at Practical Prices 

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



RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY" 

122 N. Main Street Phone 3333 

College Students Welcome 



HARRIS DRUG STORE 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

1231 Montlieu Avenue 
Phone 7203 Hiah Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 



Hodgin Roofing cV Supply Co. 

Complete Roofing Service 



921 W. Lee Street 
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



JIMMY MITCHELL, INC. 

VENEERS 



High Point, North Carolina 



NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 

205 Centennial Avenue 
Telephone 3364 



EDGAR SNIDER - Printing 

• 

GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

Wrenn at Howell Street 
Edgar Snider '36 



High Point Chemical 
Manufacturing Co. 

Corner Taylor & Cross Streets 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Hipochem Products 
TEXTILE OILS AND CHEMICALS 

Phone 9934 




THIS T&* 



SEXTON 

AMERICAN 

WOOSTERSHIRE 

SAUCE 




Sexton 



Congratulations to 

the 

Class of 1955 

HE rfdamt Sfojb, *Jac. 

1233 Montlieu Avenue 
"Just a Jaunt from Campus" 



"Carolina's Newest and Smartest" 
Ready-To-Wear Shop 



PROSPECT ESSO SERVICE 

410 Prospect Street 

Phone 5915 

"Service With a Smile" 



Peanut 

Butler 

Sandwiches 



Compliments 

of 
A FRIEND 




Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



AUTOGRAPHS 



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