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ZENITH 

1956 



Annual hihliniiimi 

of 

the Students 



High Point College 
Hijjh Point, North Carolina 



Faye Peedin, Editor-in-Chief 

Mary Alice Milbury, issociate Editor 

Ki.iiN Cook, Business Manager 

Jack McCaslin, Issociate Business Manager 

Miss E. Vera Idol, Chiej tdvisor 

Hit. I! i \< k \\ i : i i P. Robinson. Business tdvisor 

Miss Clarice Bowman. General Advisor 



This Year at H. P. C. 



SEPTEMBER 

Administration 8 

Faculty and Staff 10 

Freshman Class 12 

OCTOBER 

Panhellenic Council 20 

I liter fraternity Council 21 

Alpha Gamma Delta 22 

Kappa Delta 24 

Lambda Alpha Phi 26 

Phi Mu 28 

Theta Chi 30 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 32 

Lambda Chi Alpha 34 

Tan Kappa Epsilon 36 

NDM 38 

Phi Kappa Alpha 40 

Intramurals 43 

Woman's Athletic Association 47 



NOVEMBER 

Student Christian Council 50 

Baptist Student Union 52 

Methodist Student Fellowship 53 

Fellowship Teams 54 

Kappa Chi 55 

Alpha Delta Theta 56 

Sophomore Class 58 

"Who's Who" 64 

Junior Marshals 68 

DECEMBER 

Miss High Point College 70 

Tower Players 76 

Zenith 79 

Hi-Po "" 82 

Epsilon Sigma Omicron 84 



j \\i a in 

Student Government 86 

President 

Executive Officers 

Judicial Council 

Legislature 

Day Student Council 

\\ oman's Hall Council 

McCulloch Hall Council 

Future Teachers of America 90 

Kappa Sicilian Delta Fraternity 90 

Veteran's Club 91 

International Relations Club 91 

Future Business Leaders of America 92 

FEBRUARY 

Basketball 93 

Varsity 

Junior Varsity 
Order of the Lighted Lamp 102 

MARCH 

Concert Series 101 

Junior Class 106 

APRIL 

Music Department 1 14 

Concert Band 

High Point Symphony Orchestra 

Women's Glee Club 

Men"- Knsemlde 

Dance Band 

Tennis 1 I ~ 

Baseball 118 

MAY 

Ten Outstanding Seniors 1 20 

Senior Class 1-- 

May Queen 137 

May Court 138 

Commencement Program ...140 









Dedication 



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"And gladly wolde he I erne and gladly teche." 



It is with a deep feeling oi gratitude that we recall what Miss Idol has meant to us 
as students. She has been more than a teacher. Her personal interest in the -Indents, her 
willingness to help in any way. and particulail) her assistance to the yearbook stalls has 
endeared her to ns. She not only serves us students bj constantly encouraging us. but also 
h\ setting an example that each ol us would be proud l<> follow. We lake great pleasure 

in dedicating this 1956 Zenith to 

MISS K. VKIIA IDOI. 




Dr. Dennis H. Cooke 



Admini^ 



Our President 



The sign over his dour reads simply, "Dr. Dennis H. Cooke. President." Yet, stamped indelibly on 
the minds of all who read llii>. there is an added line which might read, "a bulwark of strength and 
inspiration to his faculty, student.-, and to every member of bis stall.*' His faith in High Point College 
as a growing, developing institution has led to the srveral additions and improvements made to the col- 
lege i.i the past lew \ear>. His enthusiasm and spirit have caused the college to grow until its enrollment 



lar surpasse 



> that ol onl\ a leu 



years ajjo. 



Dean of Students 

As you enter the office, the smoke screen laid 
by the ever present pipe parts, and through the 
haze a warm, friendly voice inquires. "What can 
I do for you?" Without further introduction vou 
know you are in the office of Dean of Students. 
J. H. Allied, always ready to advise or counsel 
students who come to him with problems. 



Dean of Instruction 

Dr. Harold Conrad is a newcomer to High Point 
College and to the Southland. In the past year as 
we have turned innumerable times to him with our 
questions about credits, hours, required subjects, 
and any other problem pertaining to academic life 
on the campus, we thank the Fate that sent him to 
us. Already he has proved a friend, ally, and an 
invaluable asset in his capacity as Dean of In- 
struction. 




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A. B. Williams. Bursar 



\. P. YaRBOROUGH, Registrar 



Gradi Whicker, Field Representative 





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Faculty 



I. in ISE Adams. A.B.. A.M.. Mathematics and Ap- 
pointments Officer 

Ralph V. Anderson, U.S.. M.S., Business Adminis- 
tration 

I oi \\\\>. \.l!.. M.A.. Spanish and English 

Helen R. Bartlett. A.B.. A.M.. I'h. I).. History 



\i.i>\ T. BERRY, A. I'... \.M.. Business Administration 
(.i.m;im: Bowmw. A. I!.. A.M.. Religion 
Marcei.ea Carter, A.B.. B.S.. Librarian 
Herman K. Coisi.e. \.l!.. \.\I.. Education 

Richard G. Cox, A.B., A.M.. Music 

V.. 0. Ci MMINGS, U.S.. I'h. I).. Chemistry 

Charles P. Daniel, U.S.. M.S.. Biology 

Stuart C. Deskins. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D.. Social 
Sciences 

JANE DeSpaIN, \.l!.. A.M.. Dramatics and Speech 

Thomas E. Dodamead, B.S.. M.S.. Psychology 

Cecil I). Lin. A.B.. M.A.. English 

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



Lester C. Hvrtskll. U.S.. M.A.. D.Ed.. Mathe- 
matics and Physics 

Leopold M. Haas. A.P... ST.)!.. Ph.D., Religion 

and Education 

Benjamin II. Hill, A. I!.. M.S.. Ph.D.. Biology 

C. I>. HlNSHAW, A.I!.. V.M.. I. ill. I).. Education and 
Psychology 



GEORGE Hoiiart. A.I!.. A.M.. Ph.D.. Business Ad- 
ministration 

II. \\ vyne Hoover, B.S., M.A., Physical Education 
and Assistant Coach 

I'.. Vera I ., \.P... U.S.. A.M.. English 

James F. Jones. A. IS.. M.A.. Business Administra- 
tion and Counselor /or Men 



Leu J. I.ehis. Miis.U.. A.M.. Ed.D.. Music 
\\. \. Lineberry, B.S., M.S.. Ph.D.. Science 

Lois I.IYIM.STOV U.S.. \.\L. Home Economics 

William li. Locke. A.B.. S.T.I!.. Ph.D.. Religion 
and Philosophy 

Charlotte Locke. A.B.. Biology 

Lincoln Lorenz, A.I!.. A.M.. Ph.D.. English 

Winnie Luffman, B.S., M.S.. Home Economics 



and Staff 



lior.i.KT I'.. M. Dowi.D. A. 15.. A.M.. History and 
Social Sciences 

J whs \\. \loiirrr. Tli.C. \.r,.. U.S.. \.\l.. I'll. I).. 
Education and History 

Frances Muldrow, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.. Modern 
Languages 

Clyde N. Parker, A.I!.. M.A.. Th.M., Ph.D., 
Sociology and Special Counselor in Students 



Arthur Paschal, U.S.. M.S.. Physical Education 

1\\ VI. Patrick, A.I!.. A.B. in L.S., Assistant Li- 
brarian 

Mu;i II. Iiin:i\sti\. \.l!.. M.A.. Business Adminis- 
tration 

Bla< kwell P. Uokivson. US.. M.A.. I'h.l).. His- 
to) > 

C. K\. 1:1.1.1: Rozzelle, \.V... B.D., I). I).. Religion 

Philip Smyth, U.S.. M.A., Ph.D., Spanish 

Elizabeth I. Stillman, U.S.. M.A.. Physical Edu- 
cation 

Auc 1: I'aice White. \.l!.. A.M.. A"/i,«//>/i 

\. S. WlTHIKS. \.l!.. \.M.. English 

Ruth Worth ington, \ .B., \l.\.. Education and 

Counselor jm II omen 

Virgil Ybw, US.. M.S.. Physical Education and 
Head Basketball Coach 

KaTIIEKINE ANDERSON. Graduate Resident Nurse 



Sarah Armstrong, Secretary to Dean Conrad and 

Dean Hired 

l><n;i:\ I!\im;. Assistant in Bursar's Office 
Dorothi Collins, Switchboard Operator 
Betty Frazier, Bookkeepei 

Frances Gaynor, Bookkeeper 

\\ i.si.ia GaYNOR, IS.S.. Alumni Executive Secretary 

Virginia Johnson, Supervisor oj Domestic Per- 
sonnel 
Edna Paschal, Recreational Director 



(Catherine I'm l, Secretary in the office oj Public 
Relations 

l!i:rn S. Perry, Resident Counselor for II omen 

Mo\\ SAI NDERS. Secretary lo the Registrar 

Rebecca Snider. Secretary to the Bursar 

MARY C. SPI RRIER, Secretary to the President 

\\\ 1:1 1 1 IS. Y01 \i.. Issistant Dietitian 

Xot pictured: Knnii I!. \\ u.KER. Dietitian 







Starling ih>' da) "If 
w i I h a sparkling 
smile. 



A letter from home 
on a rainv dav. 



\nd we have t<> keep 

in shape. . . . 



Saliiida\ night . . . 
willi "that special 
someone." . . , 



Freshman Class 



"Just Give Us Time" 

Here we were, tlie mighty seniors from 
our respective high schools, inferior 
freshmen all over again! It just didn't 
seem possible that within three months' 
time we were no longer the looked-up-to 
graduates, hut "greenies" to he shown 
and taught a completely new way of 
life. 



Soon, however, after getting settled in 
our rooms and taking placement tests, 
that re-horn leeling disappeared, leaving 
us with the hopes that soon we too would 
be in those lucky numbers of upperclass- 
men — those students who so carefully 
explained why to get this professor or 
that, or the ones who pre-warned us 
about over cutting and hoard meetings, 
and those encouraging spirits who de- 
lightedly frightened us nearly to death 
about freshman beanies us the Judiciary 
Council. 

But when basketball season started up 
and Thanksgiving holidays relieved us 
ol those "everlasting top pieces" I better 
known as beanies), we discovered, after 
taking our precious cuts to go home for 
the first time, that being a freshman 
wasn't so bad after all. 

Second semester came and with it 
more ease and confidence in ourselves, 
for we had managed to struggle through 
our first big exams. We looked forward 
to our freshman dance and other activi- 
ties through which, by hard work, we 
were drawn closer together and felt for 
the first time that we really had a place 
here. This was really eollege. 

Now. for the Class of '59. freshman 
year is all over. And as we look back 
over this, our first year as college stu- 
dents, we feel very proud of the way we 
came through it. Nothing will ever re- 
place our memories of freshman year, 
but we eagerly await to add to these. 
recollections of future years at High 
I'oint College. 



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OFFICERS. left to rifiht: Richard Mailman. President: George Cook. Vice-President; 
Carolyn Konntz. Secretary; Jack Bcnficld. Treasurer. 



First row. left to right: Maggie ADAMS. 
Margaret Ann ADKINS, Terry Renn ALEX- 

WDKII. Gene \SHBI RN. Garni I VIMV 
SON. 



Secondrow: Barbara AYERS. Robert AYERS. 
Patti BALLARD. Fred BARBER, Patricia 
BEAM. 



Third row: Maury BEALCIIOT. Sue BEE- 
SON. Jack BENEIEI.D. Monroe BOLES. Ruth 
BOONE. 



Fourth row: Donald BOWERS. William C. 
BRADY. Ben BRANTLEY. Torbert BREW- 
ER, Linda BRIGGS. 



Fifth row: Betty Jean BROOKS. Clarence 
BROWN. Martha Jane BL'FFALOE. Pepper 
BURNS. O. Mell BUSBIN. 



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Freshmen 




1956 Freshmen 



First row, left to right: Janice BUTNER, Henry S. CARTER. Melvin CARTER. Alene 
CHANDLER, Mitchell CLARK, Dudley CLINARD, Bobby CONNELL. Ausbin COOK, 
George COOK. 



Second row: Pat COOKE, Gary CORNELL, Carson COX, Cletus B. CROOK. Oscar CUL- 
LER, Mary CUMBEE, Sarah CUTHRELL, John DAVENPORT, Charles DAVIS. 



Third row: Nancy DEATON, Isaac DENNY, Steve DIAL, Charles DIXON. Evelyn DIXON, 
Wallace DORSETT, Charles DYSON, Charles FAUST, Willard FORMYDUVAL. 



Fourth row: Page GADDY, Lillian GALBREATH. Lucy GARCIA. Richard GILBERT, 
Rachael GOODMAN, David GORDON, Edrie GREENE. Jim GREENWAY, Billy GROOME. 



Fifth row: Gibbs GWYN, Robert HALE. Elmer HALL, Warren HAMILTON, Kenny 
HANEY, John HANNER, Bob HARRIS, Helen HARRIS. Lequita HARTSELL. 



Sixth row: Franklin HAZZARD, Edward HEDDEN, Pat HESTER. Sylvia HILL, Donald 
HILTON, Paul HODGES, Willie Lieu HODGES, Mary HODGIN. Sylvia HOLT. 



Seventh row: Anne HOOVER, Selena HOYLE, Joseph D. HUFF, Charles HULIN, Bob 
HUNT, Libby HURST, Weldon IDOL, Sharon INGRAM, Fiances IRWIN. 



Eighth row: Betty Rose JARRETT, Wade JARVIS. Bennie JENKINS, Robert JENKINS, 
Fred JOBE, Lee Ray JOLLY, Kenneth JONES, Wesley. JONES, Corinne JOWETT. 



Ninth row: Bill JOYCE, Elmer JOYNER. Jerry KAY. Doug KERR. Choongky KIM, G. C. 
KIRKMAN, Carolyn KOONTZ, Ann KURFEES. Albert LANE. 



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1956 Freshmen 



First row. left to right: Ahgail LANIER, Edward LEATHERWOOD, Nancy LEE, Gayle 
LEMMOND, Ramona LEONARD, Donald K. LEVINA, James Clyde LEWIS, Shelby LIN- 
VILLE, Glenn LLOYD. 

Second row: Max LOFLIN, Tommy LOFTIS, Jacqueline McCULLOH, Don McGEE, Rita 
McGINNAS, Patsy McKINNON, Ernest McKNIGHT, Loberta McNEILL, Elwin MACKIN- 
TOSH. 

Third row: John MADISON, Deedie MARLOWE, Jane MARTIN, Richard MASON, Pedro 
Mayor MONTES, Betty MEACHAM, Bobby MICHAEL, Elaine MILLS, James MINOR. 

Fourth row: Joe MISENHEIMER, Wade MONTGOMERY, Mary Ann MOORE, Pat 
MOORE, Peggy Ann MOORE, William MOORE, Billie MORGAN, Aaron MOSS, Betty 
MULLIS. 

Fifth row: Lutritia MURPHY, Fairrell MYRICK, Robert NELSON, Shelby NELSON, 
Jackie NESBITT. Gordon NIFONG, Daniel ODOM, Sara OWEN. Billie PAISLEY. 

Sixth row: Warren PARHAM, Bill PARISH, Jim PARRISH, Betsy PAYNE, Betty PAYNE, 
Joyce PAYNE, Luther PENDRY, Johnny PENLAND, Beth PETERSON. 

Seventh row: Benny PHILLIPS, Joan PLUMMER, Patsy POOLE, Bill PRICE, Frances 
PRICE, Ray PROCTOR, Henry RAPP, Dewitt RHOADES, Nancy RICE. 

Eighth row: Peggy RICH, Wanda RIDGE, Ronda ROBBINS, John ROBERSON, Jennie 
ROBERTS. John ROBERTS, Wayne ROBERTSON, William ROGERS, Jim ROSE. 

Ninth row: William F. RUTLEDGE, Leah SAMUELS, Robert L. SAWYER, Francis Kay 
SCOTT. Irma SCRUGGS, Larry SECHREST, Donald SELLERS, Fred SHERRER, Sylvia 
SHIRLEY. 



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/•'//.s/ row, left to right: Ben SHORE, Joseph SICELOIT. W mi.IcII SIEFORD. David SII.LMON. liovd 
SMITH. Edward SMITH. Emma SMITH. Nell SMITH. Reginald SMITH. 

Second row. Janice SOLOMON. Sid SOLOMON. Clegg SPEIGHT, Ted SPENCER. Douglas SQUIRES, 
Billy STAMEY, Willis STEVENS, Hassel STRADER, Peggy STRAWY 

Third ran: Clyde STUTTS, Allen SLRRVIT. l.arrv S\\ ICOETT. \ '.tih.ii TATE. Robert TAYLOR, Roy 
\. TAYLOR. Sin TAYLOR. kaiic THORNBURG, Sarah TILLEY. 

Fourth row: AIIkti TREY'ARTHEN, Bill) TUCKER, Bobbie TITTLE. Vivian TUTTLE, Fred VONCAN- 
NON. Ann Lynne W AFFORD. Thomas WALKER, Norman W AMPLER. Jimmy WARD. 

Fifth row: Bill) \\ \RREN. Charles WATSON, Bobb) WEAVER, Tony WEN. Hugh S. WHITE James 
WHITE. Bobb) WIENBERRY, Bob WILLIAMS. Kenneth WILLI WIS. 

Sixth row: Jimmy WILLSON. Judith WILSON, Larry WILSON. Ralph WOLFE. Dewey YARBOROUGH, 
Shelb) Jean YORK. Sarah YOST. Connie YOUNG. Han. I, I Y()l ACER. 




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One of ill'- main purposes of High Point College's 
Panhellenic Council is i" promote co-operation and 
harmonious relationships among our four sororities 
and facult) and lu make college life as congenial 
a- possible. 

This year marks the first in which the council 

has lii-cn established. Il has resulted in rinsing an\ 
gaps of hostilit) which might have existed before 
and has served its purpose in instilling into the 
hearts nl ever) sororit) member the true spirit of 
sisterhood. 

Being the first, these council members recognized 

the importance of a linn foundation — one which 
will not totter as future councils build upon its 
precedents. 

A successful rush season opened with a tea and 
open house, continuing in a round of activities 
which culminated with the pledging of fift\ -three 
girls to the various sororities. 

Toli\ Harrier. I'resiilenl : A vie Limn. I iee-l'resi- 
drill: Marx I. on Lanier. Secretary: and Bobbie 
Turner. Treasurer, served as the four foundation 
stones of this organization which holds untold 
promises. 

Members of the Panhellenic Council as pictured 
at the left are: Bobbie I inner and Man l,ou 
Lanier, Kappa Delta: Camilla lsle\. Lambda Alpha 
I'hi: Betl\ Viaii T\ singer. Phi Mu: Toby Barrier. 
Upha Gamma Delta; Avie Gunn, Phi Mu; Ellen 
l.lgin. Lambda Alpha Phi: Vickie Washburn. Alpha 
Lamina Delta. 




Interfraternitv Oouiuil 



The Interfralernity Council is composed <>f 
representatives from each fraternit) <>n the campus. 
lis purpose is ti> promote friendship among the 
brotherhoods. 

Not only does this friendship last throughout 

college life and with friends mad i tin- campus. 

hut will extend far into the future. The experiences 
in organizing, planning and working together on 
various projects trains young men for life after 
leaving college. In the associations of the fraternit) 
men with the business world or professional world. 
the influence of their invaluable training will he 
evident in ever) respect. 

The council sponsors each year a big Christmas 
dance and a gala springtime affair. 

This organization along with the main others 
on the campus is one of the reasons for the progress 
and development of High Point College. 

Members of tin- Interfrateruitv Council as pic- 
tured at the light are: First row, left la right: 
Jerrv Kennerlv. President, Lambda Chi Alpha: 
Jack I'arks. I iee-l'residenl. I'i Kappa Alpha: Bob 
Ross, Secretary. Sigma I'hi Kpsilon. Seetiml run : 
John I'crrv. Sigma I'hi Kpsilon: Bill Cray. Theta 
Chi: liill Andrews. Treasurer. N.D.M. Third row: 
Craig Kester. Lambda Chi Mpha: Jack I ones, fau 
Kappa Kpsilon: Hob Duncan. I'i Kappa Mpha. 
Fourth row: Roger Shcllon. \.I).M.: lied IVters. 
Tau Kappa Kpsilon: Briggs Leonard, Theta Chi. 





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Left la right: Vicki Washlium. I'icsidrni : Jaliala 
Eudy, Vice-President ; Sylvia Cracldock, Recording 
Secretary. Down: Jane rhornhill. Corresponding 
Secretary; Jean Griffith Pons. Treasurer; Tob\ 
Barrier. Panhellenic Representative. 



First row, left in right: Margarel Black. Bets\ 
Rouse. Second run : Sue Freshwater. Helen Rake- 
straw, Vnne Sluriill. I lm<l row: Barbara 1 1 mil Ii-n . 
Bett) lf"s.- Templeton. 







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First row. left u> right: Linda Briggs. Janice Butner. Pats\ Hobbs. Jackie Huldrn. liaimiiui I nanl. 

Shelb) Mosley. Second row: Vnn Noe. Linda Sechrest. Phyllis Singleton. Man Uuili Smiley. Delores 
Stephens, Sara ^i ost. 



Willi high hopes and eager plans Mplia Gamma Delia came to High Point College in 
the fall of "55. October came and so did rush week, along with the fun of planning for two 
weeks of getting i<> know the girls. W iili twelve new pledges the Vlpha Gam s enjoyed a 
successful year of meetings, intramural basketball and volleyball, parties, and their first 
Feast of Roses. 









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Gamma Gamma Chapter 

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Kappa Delta 




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Beverli Heavner 

Seeretni \ 



Sylvia Fox 
Treasurer 



l!iio\i)\ Strange 
Editor 




\ I \. n s Lin Lanier 
President 




Lorr vine Mi ' -i RR^ 
I ice-President 



Si i: Hi tt 
Assistant Treasurer 




Bobbie Ti rner 
Membership 




\\ hat does Kappa Delta mean? Forty girls will give you forty answers. Octoher and rushing and 
eleven new pledges . . . KD State Day . . . five girls represented KI) in the "Miss HPC" Contest, and Arlene 
took the litlr . . . Lorraine and Pat made // he's If //<> . . . Lorraine and Mary Lou voted among ten Outstand- 
ing Seniors . . . the Christmas Parl\ and KI) Christinas Seals tor the Crippled Children's Hospital in Rich- 
mond . . . the jo\ in entertaining the children at the Crippled Children's Clinic . . . February 12. and 
Gamma Gamma was one year old ... In essence KI) is the same for every memher. KI) means friend- 
ship for every sister all the time. TM> friendship is a Loud that unites the members of Gamma Gamma 
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First row, left to right: Mania Bailey, Nancj Crews. Beverlj Deal. Helen Dunn. Naomi Dunn. June Elder, Carolyn 
Hastings. Second row: Rosa Jarrett. Shirlej Join-. Patricia Jordan. Patricia Lineberger. Jo Ellen Lutz. Barbara Payne. 
Ruthie Ridge. Third rotv: Jud) Seward. Mariam Siallin-:-. Sara lane Wall. Vlargarel Westi eland. Barbara Wilson. 



Pledges 





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First row, left to right: Patricia Beam. Patricia Cooke. Barbara Harris. Sylvia Hill. Vrlene Hobbs. Sharon Ingram. Nell 
Long. Second row: Jackie McCullock. Rita McGinnis. Patricia 1 1 i i< -hie. Martha Shdion. Diiniia Smith. IV«j»\ Strawn. 
\oi pictured: Bett) Mull is. 



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Mrs. Perr\ 



The Lambda Mpha Phi Sororit) was 
organized on March 10. L953. with the 
basic idea llial friendship is the highest 
degree of perfection in society. Desiring 
in uphold this idea, the members strive 
in be loyal friends not onl) to their 

sisters. I>ul In all with wllnm tlie\ come 

iii contact. Thej seek to grow in proper 
development through fellowship, work, 
anil co-operation — upholding the college 
anil the Christian ideals. 

This \ear has been one of enjoyment 
including a house parts, a formal 

dance, and several service projects al 

Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

I he success of this year was due to 
the co-operation and leadership ol the 
council: Camilla Isle\. President: Chris 
Barber. Secretary: I'atsx Jo Hunter. 
Treasurer: Shirlex Lytle. Chaplain: 
I'. Men Elgin. Panhellenic Representative: 
Bobbie Barrett. Student Government 
Representative. I he sponsors were: Mrs. 
Belt) Perry. Mrs. George Davis. Mrs. 
James W. \lollil. and \li-- \\ innie Lull- 
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/'//.'•/ /«h. /(■// /" right: Sarah Coltrane. Barbara Edwards. Jean tiler. BetU Frazier. Vngie Gaskins. 
Priscilla Gingrich. Second row: Helen (Nibble. Xmma (>ra\soii. Barbara Harper. Peggj Hayworlh, 
(a-Iciic llulrliins. i\anc\ Ingram. Third row: Norma Kearns. Mar) Mice Vlilbury. Barbara Morrison. 
Betty Mullinix. Libbj Murray. Juan Parker. Fourth row: Faye Peedin. Louise Pugh. I una Jane 
Scruggs. Jewel Smith. Ann Wafford. LaVerne Wright. 




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Betti Ann Tysinger 
President 






Shirley Caudill 

lire-l're.sidenl 




ICKIE lloo\ i:i( 
Secretary 



A vie <ii \\ 
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The Gamma Zeta Chapter of Phi \lu Fraternity was chartered on October 3, 1953. Phi Mu Fraternity 

is founded upon llic basic principles ol love and mutual understanding. The relationship the members 
share is further enhanced by the friendliness and sociability ol group life engendered by the members of 
the fraternity. They being, also, the love and friendly comradeship of the members of our manv col- 
legiate chapters and alumnae groups who are now actively engaged in upholding the high standards which 
I'M \lu has established through the years. 



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First row, left i<> right: Maggie Adams. Pal Ballard. Sue Beeson. Nanc) Deaton. 
Martha Ellington. Second row: Edrie Greene. Helen Harris. Lequita nartsell. Sylvia 
Hull. Pais\ Hauser. Thin/ row: l.il>l>\ Hurst. Connie Jowett. \nn<- ken. Carolyn 
Koontz, \im Kurfees. Fourth row: Elaine Mills. Jackie Ncsliill. Jean liufiv. Shi rl«-\ 
Yoklev. 




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OFFICERS, left i<> right: R. I >. Kirkman. President: James Cannon, Vice-President; 
William Bost. Secrelary; Iliad Hartley. Treasurer : l!»l»il Lit Tallin;:. I'leiliit' Master. 






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Fi>5< /«"- /«•// /-< r/^/iV: Bill Grej. Cliff VIoran. Noble Mullkan. Jim I tley. Tom Noler, Sonn) Smithson. Carl Dorsett. 
Second row: Willard Blue. Glenn Lloyd. Lam Wil-mi. !><>!> Comn-11. IVankic Sci.il. Joe Compton, Bill Parish. Third 
row: Bill Pennewell. Will Rogers. Lain Waiiman. J.-n\ Siinson. I',., I, Long, Gene Watkins. Ken Campbell. Fourth row: 
Charles William-. Willis Stevens. Regie Smith. Don Sellers. Ronald Chapman. Willie Newkirk, Paul \tu.-ll. Filth row: 
Briggs Leonard. Pope Thornton. Dr. Mill. Mr. Varborough. Mr. Coble. Dr. Hobart. 




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In our memories, L955-56 school 
year lives on. Hi,u emild we loruet- 
llic iii.-Ii pai'h at Jamestown Legion 
lliii the organization ol our Miinuii 

llic liap|>\ children al our Christmas 
party much emotion. Vlumni, broth- 
ers, and pledges moving into C sec- 
tion complications ol making our 
sign the field secretary, Jim Hood, 
ami his report <>l Epsilon \lplia Chap- 
ter plans for Ma?>on-i)ixi>n Jubilee. 

We also remember liill Brown's 
office hours W illie's dollars worth 
Green Vs. Gatling and kirkman l!ill 
Erwin and the pledges Brown's, 
"Let's go eat" Smithson's, "What's 
good about it?"- Glen wants two 
I tie) . "Let me see your demerit card." 

Mullican, the cat-man Scott, "Bet- 
ter find some wood" W illie, "get out 
of bed"- Sweety Pig-Noble Utley, 
still the melting snow man from last 
year. 

Yes, these and mure memories will 

we lnre\er lia\e Irom llic \ ea r *55-*56, 



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Sigma Phi Epsilon 

N. C. Elci Chapter 




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/-(•// /<» //t/;/ /ro/n center of heart: Brax/on Warner. I5ill Tyson. Sonn) Thornton. Vrl Sereque. John Rierson. Dennis 
Pruitt. John Powell. John Petty. John Perry. Wall VIoore. John Mann. Garland Gammon. Bob Dockery, Stanle) Broad- 
waj . Stan Baker. 

Center oj heart, left in ri^lii: iSm-k \\ ilifunl. I'rcsiilrni: Wayne Brewer. Secretary; David Myers. Historian; Bob Ross. 
Treasurer: ko\ |)a\\kin>. ' it-e-l'rrsiilent. 



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Left line, top t<> bottom: Roger Davis. Lane Green. William Green. Paul Hodges. Center section, left /<> right: 
Charlie HoIcoml>e. James JipIhisi.ii. ken Junes. Riii/it line, top to bottom: Sid Solomon. Bob Taylor. Ii;il|ili 
Wolf, R. \. Pope. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 




(OUISQUEJ 
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First ran. left id riiihi: Kanicsi Hall. President; Jerry Kennedy, 
Vice-President; Harry Gray, Secretary; Floyd Craven. Treasurer. 
Second row: Craig Kester, Social Chairman : Don Cranford. A'i/.s/i 
Chairman: Clarence I'nindexler. Plvdiie Master: Daxiil Meekins. 
Ritualist. 




First row. leji in ri-hi: Joe \\ idcnlnnisc Knliiri Frazier. Ulen Burrus, Carl Nigh. Aubrey Flint. Ilu«li 
McKnight. Second row: Murph) Osborne. Iia\ Whicker. I'ele Canada. Jimmy Starnes, Bob Dabbs, 
Third run : Dr. Ilin-liau. Dr. Deskins. Mr. J Ones. 



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First row, left /» right: Glenn \nderson. Rand) I '> 1 1 1 l; > ■ - - . <.. I!. Crook. John l)a\cii|>ori. Dun Da\i>. Charles I >\ sr >ti. 
Charles Faust. Secoml roic: Richard Gilbert. Kennj Haney. weslej Jones. Doug Derr. Bill Konkle. John Madison. 
Wiidc Minii^iiiiii'i \ . Third ion : Kugene Montsinger. Farrell MKrick. Ileum Phillips. Kill Place. Itill Simpson, Doug 
Squill's, Charles Walton. 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Founded 1899 
Hi'ltii l»«i|i|)«i (Ilwplor Ohfii'tcred 1954 



Officers 








OFFICERS, first Kiir. left to right: 
Donald Roberts, President; Jim 

I hill. Secretary: Bobby Valentine. 
Treasurer. Second ion: Tom 
I nderwood. Historian: David 
Moore. Pledge trainer: I >< >l > Dai- 
den. Served n I -a I -Arms. 









Left in right: Franklin D. lone-. J. C. Bledsoe. Bernis Cochran. 
Harold Crump. Jem Umals. I'm! rein-.. \ot pictured: J. C. 
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First row, left i<> rii>hi: Jim Harris. I mrd DeLapp. t". < i. Freeman. Jr.. James D. White. Bill Honeycutt. Gene Honey- 

cull. Frank Miller. Second row: George Ivey. Ila\ Hughes. Fredd) Purdue. Mberl Lane. Don Levina. Vrl Taylor, Ros- 
sie (',. Gardner. Third /•<»/<•: Jim Parrish. Jim Greenway. DYk Wilson, Mart) \eustadt. Reed Prillaman. \ol pictured: 
Charles Ilincs. Dun Workman, Joe Allied. Henr\ York. 




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Top row, left la right: Herbert Dixon, Preside///: liill Andrews. 
Vice-President; < > i i ~ Gardener, Secretary; Jack Beck, Correspondence 
Secretary. Second roil : Si«lnc\ Lanier. Treasurer: Jim Lain. Athletic 
Di/eeinr: llaidx lew. ( ',1m plain; Clayton Wanipler, Pledge Master. 



The N D M Club 



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First row, left to right: Ken Black, Frank Collins. Don Frye. \l 
Gaskill. Second row. I Inward il<>ll>n><>k. Uomi Slieltun (iile« Ter- 
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First row, left to right: Fred Barber, Gene V-liUim. T. K. \lr\ander. Ben Brantley. George Cook. C. W. Faulkner. 
r.iwe (Janlin-r. Second row: John Gansman. Jack Johnson. Joe Misenheinier. Roberl Nelson, Donald Shamel, Norman 
\\ ''ampler. Max \\ra\il. Third ran: !><•!» \\ i<-n I .<• i i \ . Bobb) Dunbar. 



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Delta Omega Chapter 



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I'i Kappa Alpha 

Chartered 1953 




The Delhi Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa Upha was chartered February 7. 1953. As the first National 
Fraternitj on campus, we found a new and exciting adventure before ns. We believe that our efforts 

have rewarded and shall continue to reward botl fraternih and school and hope thai the future will 

bring the happiness and success the past has left. The officers are: Earl G. Barbour, President: Joel 
Nimon, Secretary: Johnnj Abernathy, Treasurer: Jack Parks. Vice-President. 



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/■//•.>•/ row, left to right: M Finley. Pledgemaster and Socia' Chairman: l»>!> Duncan. IFC Representative and llhlelic 
Director: Boli llunsuckt'i . Co-Editor; Frank McCulloch. Co-Editor: Don Kearns. Historian: Fred Noble. Conductor: 
Bob Smith, A'/;.v/; Chairman. Second ion: Jiniiiiv \inlii\v-. Ilumni Secretary: Cecil Thomas. Shield and Diamond 
Correspondent; Linwood Harris, Joe Beanion. Fred Southard. Budd) Sink. Jim Hoover. Third row: Tomm) McMahon, 
l.air\ Strange. Wayne Hoover and Arthur Paschal. Faculty tdvisers: I'liil VIowery. Vo/ pictured: Hill Frye. Charles 
I la\ is. I "minx Murray. 




/•7;-.v/ row. left to right: Frank Hazard. W. C. McGee. Richard Hallman. Dale Swaringen. Richard Mason. Luke French. 
George Eanes. Second row: Carson (lux. I'liil Crockett. Iia\ 1'iocioi. Luke I j\ iim-ion. Willard Forimdeval. I!i!l Brady. 
MaxLoftin. Third row: Waine Veach. Lawrence Currie. Jack Lucas. Vlberl I ravarthen. Lain Sechrest. Ehvin Mackin- 
tosh. \oi pictured: Ken Tew. Donnii- Miinax. Micke) Caudle. Jim Mired. Cine Duke. Bryce Hunt. 



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'IV II ii! . . . All back In school (except 
Seniors) the) couldn't make it . . . Part) al 
Jamestown ... I did not lall in the lake . . . 
Alumni with us all the \\a> . . . Who got m> 

mug? . . . Murray had a Phi M :xl time 

il better lw a I'ika ... I |>aid ill) « 1 1 1 « — I 
think ... 1 1 we miss thai bo) we ought to 
have "in "podex booted . . . Go li> bed, 
Kearns, Santa Claus is coming . . . Invitations 
from \\ . < '.. and G. C. — Nothing but Class . . . 
Who's going to Mexico (lily for the conven- 
tion? Carlos will line \ou up. Finley . . . 
Shane, pick us a tune . . . Let's go to church 
together . . . \\ ork together, play together, 
play togetliei . . . Fraternity spirit all the 
way . . . Von Pledges better hustle to make 
thai (1 . . . Big Brother is watching you . . . 
Hey. Lucas, lend us some quality points . . . 
Ain't I? . . . WC'rc not the biggest: just the 
bestest . . . 9:30? ... I didn't want to meet 
that class aiiywas . . . Serenades . . . Throw 
him in the fish pond — better break the ice 
first . . . Hadn't anybody slill got their pin? 
. . . Who's that in the bushes? . . . It"- 9:45, 
quittin time . . . Touchdown . . . All the wa) 
big team, all the wa) . . . Hobo Ball, Gangster 
Ball. Dream Girl Hall, stags, drags, party, 
part) . . . Man. I'm broke . . . Who's going 
to help clean up? . . . The Ainu's going to 
get you il you don't watch out . . . This year's 
been the greatest . . . Dean, you know my boys 
don t drink . . . Fred pass Haji another can 
ol milk . . . Il goes on like this for years and 
years, and just before sou die it gets worse 

. . . Hope ever) year in our lives i- as g I 

as this one . . . Double dales . . . I'll drive 
over if you'll drive back . . . \1\ rile Beach 
here we come— the "7-up" brothers ride again 

. . .Tails II... the Fox! 









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\U I I II li ['ASCII \L 
DIKKCTOI! OK ATHLETICS 

Mi. Arthur Paschal received his U.S. de- 
gree from Northeastern State College, Okla- 
homa, and his M.S. degree from Oklahoma 
A&Y1 where lie taught for one year. Mr. 
Paschal came to High Point College in 1918. 
Since then he has won the respect ni H.P.C. 

students lis constantly working for their 
interests. Mr. Paschal takes special pride in 
the extensive development of participation 
in intramural sports dining recent years. 



IVmni Club 



This year, under the leadership of Miss Elizabeth Stillman. the physical education majors of High 
Point College organized the Pemm Club. With Mis- Stillman as adviser, the clul. is slri\ing to make a 
place for itself among the other campus organizations. 




Intramural Athletics 




I lir planning <>l the intramural program for 
High Point College is handled l>\ Mr. Arthur 
Paschal's Physical Education <> class. Each year, 
prior lo \piil 15. prepai'ations ari' made lor the 
ensuing intramural season. Football, basketball, 
Softball, volleyball, golf, tennis, and a ping-pong 
tournament are the sports which are set up lor 
students participation. The sueees> ol the intra- 
mural program increases annually. This year 
better than 60 per cent ol H.P.C.'s students par- 
ticipated in some phase ol intramural activities. 

Trophies are presented to ibe winner- and die 



runners-up in all sports bj the physical education 
department. 

The greatest attribute ol our intramural pro- 
gram is the spirit which develops among the stu- 
dents who play the sports and those who cheer 
their team lo victory. The program has become 
an important part ol the college life of many stu- 
dents. The bard work which lias been conscien- 
tiously given lor the improvement ol intramurals 
has not been in vain because our intramural pro- 
gram has grown each year. Intramural athletics 
trulj plaj a vital role on the students" stage at 
High Point College. 




Intramural Champions 




"Deal the Tekes has become the watchword 

of all oilier fraternities on the campus ami 'IKK 
teams are consistent^ making their opponents eat 
those words. For the past two years the TKE fra- 
ternity lias dominated intramural athletics. S<> far 
this year the Tekes have swept all ol the sports 
championships into their fast growing collection. 

\ little extra effort had in be made before the 
Tekes could call the football crown a TKE posse- 
sion, lint tliev proved their right l<> the crown bj 
edging out the Pikas and the Lambda Chi. Led 
by the pa — inu ol liunnv Cochran anil the receiving 
of Jerry Royals, the TKE offense clicked <>ll scores 
with amazing regularity while their opponents heat 
uselessly against the TKE forward wall which was 
anchored by Don Roberts and Mus Levina. 

Volleyball season enabled a fighting 'I eke team 
again to show its superiority. The Tekes were 



followed in the rare h\ the Lambda Chi and the 
Sig Eps. 

Basketball seasi pened with everyone specu- 
lating on the power ol the rekes. The TKE soon 
displayed ii- prowess in customary fashion by 
taking the measure ol all comers. 

The Pikas led bj "Dead Eye" Dale Swaiingen 
ami l he Lambda (ibis with Don "Bo Diddley" Davis 
and Ray Whicker threw a scare into the mighty 
Tekes, but a scare was all thai they could muster. 

David \l e. Jim llarri-. Spec Vllred. and com- 

pan\ proved too powerlul. and another champion- 
-hip weni to the I ekes. 

Tribute nm-l be paid In this Iraternilx because 
|| ha- made a unique alhletie record. 'I he Teko 
have produced some very good club-, and the 
nihil fraternities are -till cryinsi. "Leal ihe Teke>." 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 

Women's Intramural Sports in- 
cluded a scries <>l volleyball games 
played anion" the sorority teams and 
a team, the 2D's, consisting of dormi- 
lorv and day students. The program 
was ably supervised by Miss Elizabeth 
Slilbnan. Women's Director of Phvs- 



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Education, and Maltha Ellington. 



inlranuiral manager ol the W.A.A. 

Uthough the Lambdas were never 
victorious, they offered real com pet i- 
lion. The Alpha Gams really had to 
hustle in beat the "scrappy" Kappa 
Deltas, and the I'hi \lus broke even 
with l\\<> wins and two losses. ()nl\ 
the 2D"s. pictured at top, remained 
undefeated. They won the champion- 
ship by outscoring the Alpha Gams 
the first two games of the final play- 
ofls. This ])iil the Alpha Gams, middle 
picture, in second place. 

For th«- first time, a "Girls' All- 
('. a m |i u s VOIIeyball Team" was 
selected by all people participating in 
the intramural program. These girls 
are shown in the bottom picture as they 
represent the various teams. They 
were chosen by popular vote for their 
outstanding ability and contribution to 
their respective teams. Congratula- 



tions, "il- 



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VOLLKYBALL SCOIiKS 



Phi Mil 


21 


Kappa Delta 


19 


2l)s 


21 


Lambda Alpha 
Phi 


3 


Vlpha Gamma 

Delia 


22 


Kappa Delta 


20 


Phi M„ 


21 


Lambda Alpha 
Phi 


15 


2D's 


21 


Alpha Gamma 
Delta 


8 


2D's 


21 


Phi Mn 


8 


Kappa Delta 


21 


Lambda Alpha 
Phi 


14 


\l|ilia Gamma 
Delta 


21 


Lambda Alpha 
Phi 


19 


2D's 


21 


Kappa Delta 


7 


\lpha (.annua 
Delta 


21 


Phi Mu 


16 



Women's Athletic Association 




Our President. 

How could such a little 

hall cause so much con- 
fusion '.' 



First row, left lo right: Rarhara Edwards. Vi\ian Tuttle. Carol II- 
lerbe. Vickie Washburn. Bobby Turner. Sara Owens. Martha Elling- 
ton, Pal Hosier. Second rim: Jackie McCulloh. Bets) Rouse. Elsie 
Oakley. Jo Ami Spell. Gaynelle Pennell. Bettj Mullis. 



Practice makes perfect. 



The Women's Athletic Association lias had a lull athletic program lliis year. In the fall, ils member* participated 
rather successfully in a Plavdav at Greensboro College. In the activities oi the day, the lassies of High Point were 
second only to Woman's College. Ann Sherrill won the tennis singles, but Jane Thornhill and Barbara Edwards, al- 
though playing bard, bowed to Woman's College in the doubles finals. Woman's College also delected the High Point's 
volleyball team in the semi-finals. 

The W.A.A. sponsored a hard working and successful basketball team. The team owes much of its success to the 
efforts and loyalh of Gene Duke and Miss Elizabeth Stillman. 

Five intramural basketball and volleyball teams, also sponsored bj the W.A.A.. participated in the games of the 

Intramural season. 




Everybody's favorite — ping pong. 



One. two. three — splash. 



Hand of bridge in the Nudciit Center 




W. A. A. 

MICH POINT COLLEGE \\o\IKYS VNILKTIC \SSOCIATION 
BASKETBALL TEAM 1955-56 SCHEDl LE 

November 111 ..North Davidson High 

November 19 Wingate Junior College 

Noveml>er 21 Elkin Y.M.C.A. 

November 22 Wingate Junior College 

November 26 North Davidson High 

November 28 Jamestown High 

December I Pembroke College 

December 9 Thomasville High 

December I I Thomasville High 

January I Robbins High 

Januarj 6 Washington Mills 

January 18 Pfeiffer College 

Januarj 21 \berdeen High 

Januarj 26 Hasty High 

January 27 DuPont 

Februarj 6 Pembroke College 

February 7 Pfeiffer College 

Februarj 10 DuPont 

Februarj 15 Washington Mills 

February 20 Hasty High 





First row. left to riiiht: I,il.l>\ Broome, Vice-President: Johnn) Mann. President; Jahala Eudy. Secretary-Treasurer: Dr. Wil- 
liam Locke, Advisor. Second row: Bob Gatling. Voncyle Linthicum, Barbara Huntley, Wilbur Jackson. Phyllis Singleton. 
Mark Rose, Garland Young, Jackie Pugh, Harrj Long. Other officers: John Petty. l.aVerne Wright. Dewey Yarborough. 
Kay Russell. Angie Gaskins, Miss Clarice Mow man. Advisor. 



Student Christian Association 



The Student Christian Association of High Point College is made up of the entire student body. Its 
operation is handled by a council of three officers, two representatives from each religions organization, and 
lour advisors. 

The Student Christian Association Council serves as the co-ordinator of all our religious activities, and 
its purpose is ". . . to stimulate religious life so as to foster a more Christian attitude among students. ' 

November 6-9, the Reverend Emmett I!. McClarty. pastor of the First Methodist Church in Salisbury, 
North Carolina, led the -Indent body in a Religious Emphasis Week. The theme. "These Things Matter." 
had much significance lor the students and faculty. Religious Emphasis Week climaxed with an impressive 
Communion Service. Il> influence continues. 

The Student Christian Association has many varied activities. There are morning devotions Monday 
through Saturday, and each evening there is time for private meditation and pravcr in I.indley Chapel. Wed- 
nesday night Prayer Meetings and Sunday Vespers are both sponsored by the Student Christian Association. 

Recreation plays an important part in the activities of the Student Christian Association. This year the 
students enjoyed looking forward to the use of some newly purchased equipment. 

Under the sponsorship of the Methodist Student Fellowship in 1919. the High Point College Student Body 
agreed to adopt a ten-year-old Creek girl. Yassiliki Dovvna. In 1951. this project was taken over by the Stu- 
dent Christian Association. This summer the students' bond with her was greatly strengthened when Dr. Cooke 
was able to pay her a personal visit. Through her many interesting letters, the students, her foster parents, 
have come to feel as though she were a member of the family. 

Endeavoring to d.welop in students a Christian philosophy of life through a wholesome, spiritual atmos- 
phere, the Student Christian Association encourages worship and participation in religious activities, thus 
integrating the social, cultural, and religious life of th" students. 




Reverend Emmett C. McCi.artv 
Religious Emphasis Speaker 



Communion service al close of Religious Emphasis Week 



S. C. A. Activities 



\'-u recreation equipment. 



Vassiliki. is foster child <>f High Point 
College. 




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First row, left to right: John Petty. Roberl Smith. Donald Frye. Jud) Seward, Roger Shelton. Bob Gatling. Second 
row: Dr. James Moffitt, Roger Furr. Sylvia Holt, Sarah Tilly. \lf redo Julian, Pal White, Hazel Shore, Frances Paschal, 
Rita McGinnes. Jahala Eudy. Third roiv: \lexander Mellnik. Mar) Katherine Page. Julian Tucker. Knuna Harlsell. 
Phyllis Gantt. Fourth row: Vivian Tuttle, Gaynelle Pennell. Bob William-. Elaine Fain. Julian Garner, kay Russell. 

I'dpe I lini nliin. Jean Mmgan. KxeKn Chapman. 

Baptist Student Union 




The 1955-56 school year was a verj busy one for the Baptist Student 
I nion. \\ iili September came registration ami the introduction of freshmen 

hi college life. The first parl\ of the year was held in Oelolier and the 
dedication service se\eral week- later. Preparing lor the slate comention 
took many hours in November. The comenlion week-end brought inspira- 
tion and fellowship to the local P.S.I .'ers. 

Participating in a joint meeting with \\ .('... Oak Itidge. and Guilford 
in December ua- an enjoyable experience. Plans were made for future 
meet ings ol the same tj pe. 

Bob Gatling. local president, represented the groups at the slate council 
meeting. 

A second joint meeting was held in February and in March a meeting of 
the schools look place at Guilford. Elections in the local chapter were held 
later in the spring and a good slate of officers were elected for next year. 

\iding the president Bob Gatling in the leadership of the 15.S.U. this 
year were: Jud) Seward. I ice-President: Hazel Shore. Secretary; and John 
Peltv. Treasurer. 



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Methodist Student Fellowship 



The Methodist Student Fellowship is "the Methodist Church al work on 
the college campus." In the li\es nl' Methodist students it replaces the 
Methodist i - outh Fellowship to which they belonged in their local churches 
before entering college. All students are welcome to belong to the Fellow- 
ship and enjoy the benefits <>! fellowship, service, and worship which ii 
gives. 

Activities for this year began with a campfire service held on the ball 
field. The annual pledge service lor both the local organization and the 
national Methodist Student Fellowship Fund was held in October. During 
this year, the bi-monthly programs have included a panel bj the foreign 
students, a part) given in conjunction with the student nurses at Nigh I'oint 
Memorial Hospital, creative services, and outstanding speakers. 

Delegates Irom the local group attended the National Convocation 01 
Methodist Youth at Purdue I nivei'sitj last August, the district Methodist 
Student Movement Conlerence al Bennett College in Greensboro, and the 
Student Volunteer Conference al Ohio I niversity in December. This spring, 
the stale Methodist Student Movement Conference was held here On the 
High I'oint College campus, the local group serving as host to students 
from many of the colleges in North Carolina. 

The Methodist Student Fellowship ollicers lor this year have been Voncyle 
Linthicum, /'resilient: Mark Rose, / ice-President; Babs Huntley. Program 
Chairman: Shii lev Colder. Secretary: Fred Herbert. Treasurer; Fred Macon. 
Student Government Representative; Ronald Fvereii and .lane Thornhill. 
Publication Chairmen: Phyllis Singleton, Chairman oj Community; Camilla 
Islev and Frances Wilson. Publicity Chairmen: Fred Barber. Community 
Service Chairman: Frances Wilson, Devotional Chairman: Wilbur Jackson. 
Student Christian Association Representative. 




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Fellowship 
reams 



fellowship Teams are 
organized for the pur- 
pose of strengthening 
the youth program in 
local churches, leading 
youth in more abun- 
dant Christian living, 
and enabling our stu- 
dents to gain experi- 
ence in the youth work 
of the church. 

This year, sixlv-five 
students are participat- 
ing in the Fellowship 
Team program — fifty- 
I line a- train 1 1 n-i 1 1 ! •< - 1 - 

and twelve as alter- 
nates. Ml of the mem- 
bers of the ten teams 
have participated in a 
special training period. 
The ten team chair- 
men for this year have 
been: Garland Young, 
liahs llunllex. I'atsx Jo 
Hunter, f red Macon. 
Ken Paxton, Phyllis 
Singleton, Patsy Hobbs, 
Libby Broome. Camilla 
lsle\. and Nellie Mae 
Jones. 

< Guiding the entire 
program lias been tin- 
steering committee. 
members of which are: 
Garland Young. I lam 
Long. Wilbur Jackson. 
Margaret \nn While- 
sell, and Jane Thorn- 
bill. 



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Fellowship 





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OFFICERS. It'll In rifilil: Ham Long. I'resitlenl : 
Co\ liioun. I'ice-Presitlent. Serotnl nut: \\ ilbur 
[ackson, Secretary: James Smith. Treasurer: Dr. 
William Locke. Advisor. 



Kappa Chi. a national Fellowship of Christian 
Service is represented at High Point College b) 
Chi Iota Chapter, whose membership consists of 
male students who are preparing for full time 
Christian service. Chi Iota Chapters purposes are 
to provide and promote "a medium of instruction, 
inspiration, and the realization of true fraternit) 
in order that its members max mutually share 
worship, fellowship, and service based on the high 
ideals of Jesus Christ." 

In addition lo their weekly meetings. Chi Iota 
Chapter engages in main other activities and proj- 
ects designed to help build the Fellowship and at 
the same time, to serve High Point College and the 
surrounding community. Such activities include 
intramural athletics, a Christmas nalivilv scene. 
vesper programs, morning devotions, supply preach- 
ing and teaching, sending CARE packages, and 
painting Lindley Chapel. 



Stanle) Baker 
Jack Barrier 

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Nathan Byrd 



Fred Culler 
Frank Daniels 
Charli-s Dixon 

McLean I'. Edwar. 



Gayle Ford 

( Garland 4 rammon 

Elmer Hull 

\\ arri-n Hamilton 



Bob Harris 
Claude Hartsell 
Fred Herbert 
Charles Holcombe 



Frank Jeffers 
I'd Leatherwood 
Leon Lee 
Thomas I .oftis 



Fred Macon 
John Mann 
Mexander Mellnik 
David Myers 



Leon Newton 
Joel Nimon 
Kenneth Paxton 
John Rierson 



Jim Rose 
Mark Rose 
Jnlin Rufty 
I ta\ ill Sillmon 



Ro) Smith 
Jininrj Starnes 
Paul Starnes 
Sin Taj lor 



I mii \ Wilki i 

Dwighl Wluiloik 
I ii\\i'\ i arborough 

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Alpha Delta Theta 




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OFFICERS, left to right: LaVerne Wright. President: 
Barber. Vice-President: Margaret Whitesell. Secretary ; Pal 
Treasurer; Miss Clarice Bowman. Mrs. (!. K\< die |{o/./.i-IIi>. 



Christine 

-\ Hobbs, 

Idvisors. 



Alpha Delta Theta was organized October 20. 1952. Il lias grown steadily in membership and lias 
constantly striven to fulfill the goals of Christian stewai'dship and fellowship. In Alpha Delta Theta, girls 
win) are interested in Christian living and service ha\e an opporiimils to exchange ideas and experiences, 
and to correlate Christian living with their vocational plans. 




First row, left to right: Margaret \<lkins. Barbara \\.-i-. Bobbie Bam-it. \ 



an. \ Beason. Margaret Black. Sylvia Bobo, 



Ruth Boone. Second row: Linda Briggs. Vdelia Brock, \rlcnc Chandler. Km-U.i Chapman. ShirIo\ Corder, Sylvia 
Craddock. Alayne Crayer. Third row: Mar) Cumbee. Sarah Threll. Berma Doty. Barbara Edwards, lean Eller, Bett) 
Frazier, Phyllis Gantt. Fourth row: Luc) Garcia. Kathleen Henson. Willie Hodges, Louise Holmes Pats^ Hooks Anne 



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Phyllis Singleton. Mars Ruth Smiley. Sixth row: Emma Smith. Sarah Stafford. Camille Staton. Katie Thornburg. 
Jane Thornnill. Kate Trivette. \im Lyne Wafford. Seventh nut: Judith Ward. Diane Wan-. Doris Williamson. Frances 
Wilson. \aii<-\ Wilson. Sarah Yost. Mars Jo Young. 



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fast I" -Lilt ill'' da\ 
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that i' h a in p i o ii- 
ship. . . !" 



Just the thing For 
relaxing. . . . 



Sophomore 
Class 



"(.inning Along Fine" 

We. the Class of *5o. have now marked 
down another year of progress, a year in 
which we have accomplished some of those 
ideals Inward which we have aimed during 
our two vears at High I'oinl College. 

This has been a big year for our class 
and a formative one. We started off our 
Freshman year united, hut a little shaky. 
Now we ha\e our class spirit and our mem- 
bers have entered whole-heartedly into the 
various campus activities, becoming im- 
portant people in the framework of the col- 
lege commimit\. We can judge a little 
better whal we want to get out of our four 
years at High Point College, and are re- 
lating our interests and picking and chang- 
ing our major fields. 

A lew members of our class did not 
return after the freshman year, and still 
others will leave at the end of the year. 
This i- somewhat disappointing to us, but 
we realize that it is all part of college life, 
so we set our teeth more (irmly and march 
on. 

\\ e as Sophomores have had our proud 
moments, ironic incidents, and many hours 
ol study. However, we have learned a lot; 
and we really feel "at home" in classes as 
well as in the bookstore and in campus 
organizations. 

Looking back, we can remember this, 
our Sophomore year at High Point College, 
as one o| the fullest we have ever known. 
It will be remembered by all of us as a 
\ear filled will) fun. hard work, many new 
friends, and wonderful limes. During 
these nine months, we have climbed a little 
higher on the scale of maturity, and we. 
ihe Cla» of 1958. can look forward to our 
Junior year with confidence and with hopes 
ol making good the third act of our per- 
formance in this thrilling drama called 

college. 



"Got to hold that 
'C average' \ << a 
know. . . ." 




Oop^omofte C/.9SS 




OFFICERS, left to right : Jack Harrier. I' ice -President; Sue Hull. Secretary: Aulirej 
"Shriinp I*"l\ tit. I' resident : Barn (Irax. Treasurer. 



First row, left to right: Bobby AL- 
BRIGHT, Jim ALLRED, Joseph 
ALLRED. Paul ATWELL. Mania 
BAILEY. Jack liAKKIER. 



Second row: William BEASLEY. 
Walter BECK, Nancy BEESON, 

Kemp BENNETT. Ken BLACK. 
Margaret BLACK. 



Third row: Bernie L. BREWER, 

\\ i I I ia in BBLW LB. Stanley 
BBOADW \V. Adelia BROCK. 
Doris BRYAN, Sue Bl IT. 



Fourth row: Horace CANNON. 
James CANNON. II. M. CAR- 
BOLL. John CASS. Elsie CAVA- 
NAUGH. Archie CHESTER. 



Fifth row: Roy COCKERIIAM. 
Frank COLLINS, Joe COM ITO\. 
Paul CRAVEN. Nancj CREWS, 
Phil CROCKETT. 



Sixth row: Laurence CI RRIE. 
Robert DA BBS. I lain DAMS. 
James DAVIS. Beverly DEAL, 

Jackson I). DOBBINS. 



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First row, left to right: Donald DORSETT, Berma DOTY, Naomi DRUM, Bobby DUN- 
BAR, Adolph Joseph DZIEZYC, Carolyn Jean EAGLE, Frazier McLean EDWARDS. June 
ELDER, Carol ELLERBEE. 



Second row: Martha ELLINGTON, Gray EVERHART, Elaine FAINE, C. W. FAULKNER, 
Aubrey FLYNT, George FOSTER. Jeanene FOWLER, Clarence FREEMAN, Sue FRESH- 
WATER. 



Third row: Don FRYE, Ronald FULP. Roger FURR, Brice GARDNER, Rossie GARDNER. 
Julia GARNER, William GARDNER, Al GASKILL. Boh GATLING. 



Fourth row: Helen GOBBLE, Harry GRAY, Carol GROTH, Avie GUNN. Bobby HALL. 
Barbara HARPER, Betty HARRINGTON, Barbara HARRIS, Louise HARRIS. 



Fifth row: Thad Kerr HARTLEY, Claude HARTSELL, Carolyn HASTINGS, Peggy 
HAYWORTH, Betsy HEDGECOCK, T. R. HENDRIX, Patsy HOBBS. Howard HOL- 
BROOK, Jackie HOLDEN. 



Sixth row: Rothschild HOLDEN, Louise HOLMES, Patsy HOOKS, Arlyn HUGHES, David 
Bryce HUNT, Babs HUNTLEY, George IVEY, Wilbur JACKSON. Frank JEFFERS. 

Seventh row: Nellie Mae JONES, Shirley JONES, Patricia JORDAN, Norma Jane 
KEARNS, Carl KENNEDY, Anne KERR, Bill KISER, Jimmy LAIN, Joetta LANIER. 

Eighth row: Marchena LANYON, Carroll LEONARD. Coy B. LEONARD, Luke LIVINGS- 
TON, Don LLOYD, Nell LONG, Betty Ann LORD, Ronald LUCAS, Jo Ellen LUTZ. 

Ninth row: Marguerite LYNCH, Bobby LYNDON. Hugh McKNIGHT, Thomas McLEAN, 
Fred MACON, Leonard D. MARTIN, Frank MILLER. Shirley MILLER, Patricia MIZE. 

Tenth row: Walt MOORE, Doris MORGAN, Peggy MORRIS, Paul MOSS, Noble MULLI- 
CAN, David MYERS, Carl NANCE, William NEWKIRK. Shirley NIFONG. 



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1956 Sophomores 



First row, left to right: Elsie OAKLEY, Murphy OSBORNE, S. J. PARKER, Kenneth 
PAXTON, Arnold PENDER, Bill PENNEWELL, Fred PETERS, Jather Luhy PETER- 
SON, Hazel PHILLIPS. 

Second row: John PIERCE, William PLACE, Mary Davis POPE, 0. N. POPE, Melvin 
PORTER, Dennis PRU1TT, Louise PUGH, Helen RAKESTRAW, Ruth REYNOLDS. 

Third row: Gene RIDDLE, Ruthie RIDGE, John RIERSON, Jim ROBERTS, Christine 
ROBINSON, Mark ROSE, Jean RUFTY, Jo Anne RUMLEY, Ruth SABATINI. 

Fourth row: Leon SAFRIT, Linda SECHREST, W. A. SELFRIDGE, Arthur SEREQUE, 
Martha SHELTON, Tom SHELTON, Edwin SHUFELT, Randall SHULER, Billy SIMP- 
SOX. 



Fifth row: Gene SIMPSON, Robert SIMS, Betsy SINGLETARY, Phyllis SINGLETON, 
James SINK, Woodruff SINK, J. T. SKEEN, Betty SLOAN, Daniel SMITH. 

Sixth row: Jewell SMITH, James SMITH, Jim L. SMITH, Pat SMITH, Robert SMITH, 
Royce E. SMITH, Robert SNYDER. Sarah STAFFORD, Mariam STALLINGS. 



Seventh row: Jimmy STARNES, Paul STARNES, Ravenelle C. STEPP, Anita STRADER, 
Rhonda STRANGE, Dale SWARINGEN, Henrianna TEAGUE, Betty TEMPLETON, Giles 
TERRELL. 



Eighth row: Jane THORNHILL, Joseph THORNTON, Betty TOMBERLIN, Juliana 
TUCKER, Bill TYSON, Jim UTLEY, Norman Wayne VEACH, Billy C. VESTAL, Larry 
WAITMAN. 



Ninth row: Sarah WALL, Judith WARD. Walter WARD, Braxton WARNER, Herbert 
WARNER, Eugene WATKINS. Harold WATSON, Ray WICKER, Lawrence WILKES. 



Tenth row: Larry WILKINSON, Barbara WILSON, Dick WILSON, Frances WILSON, 
Nancy WILSON, Don WORKMAN, Henry YORK, Jack YOUNG, Mary Jo YOUNG. 



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1956 Sophomores 





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BILL BOST 

Order of (In- l.ifiliinl Lamp . . . Junior 
Marshal . . . conscientious . . - long hours 
in llic Chemistry lab. 



KO\ I > \ \\ KINS 
President of Mi Cull... Ii Hall . . . Student 

Legislature . - . popular . . . ,u I orator 

. . . Business major. 





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lira.liiiji Clerk .>f Slu. I. nl Legislature . - . 
Ini.-r-oi 01 ii\ Council . . • good sense of 
humor . • • poised and capable student 
teacher. 



Who's Who 



pvisi CR wi-oisi) 

May Court . . . Leader iii Lpsilon Siuina 
Omi. ion Sorority . . . always a smile . . . 
dependable . . . an undomesticated Home 
Economics major. 



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PAT LINEBERGER 

I'residenl of \\ iiinan s I I. ill . . . worked 

hard l" gain privileges for dormitorj 
women • . . good judgment . . . Elementar) 
Education major. 



In American Universities 
and Colleges 



LORRAINE McCl RiU 
Secretarj of Studenl Government . . . Bap- 
tist Student I nion . . . bubbling personalis 
. . . Business major. 





HERBERT DIXON 

Head of Judiciar) Council . . . I'n>idenl 

of N.D.M. Fraternit) . . . sincere . . . 
Chemistry major. 



I \CK McCASLIN 
\ssociate Business Manager of the Zenith 
. . . Order of the Lighted Lamp . . . re- 
liable . . . Business major. 





DAVID MOORE 
Junior Marshal . . . Vice-Presidenl of the 
Senior Class . . . married life agrees with 
him . . . dependable . . . Business major. 



PHIL MOWEftt 
President of Senior Class . . . Da\ Student 
Council . . . friendl) slap on the back . . . 

leadership nhililx . . . Hii-incss major. 





M \i;i VLICE MILB1 EO 
Tower Players . . . Associate Editor of the 
Zenith . . . headed for big things . . . lias 
her fingers in lot- id pies . . . 1'iiman Edu- 
cation major. 



Who's Who 



FAYE PEEDIN 

Editor of the ZENITH . . . President of 
Lambda Vlpha I'M Sororit) . . . reliable 
. . . her lights never go out . . . Religion 
and English major. 





HELENA SMITH 
Voice Award . . . soprano soloist . . . junior 
marshal . . . enthusiastic . . . industrious 
. . . Music major. 



Iii American Universities 
(iiiil Colleges 



LWKKNK WliKdlT 

President of Alpha Delta Theta . . 
dent Christian Council . . . service . 
for lixiiif! . . . lielijjion major. 



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President of Interfraternit) Council . . . 
Mcdiilloch Mali Council . . . ca|ial>lc . . . 
Business major. 

IIVRDY TEW 
President of Student Bod) . . . Chief Mar- 
shal . . . bus) twenty-five hours a day . . . 
-incerc anil balanced judgment . . . double 
major in Social Studies and General 
Sciences. 









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Junior Marshals 




Each year the junior marshals are elected b) the faculty. They arc chosen on the basis of their 

scholastic abilitj and their all-r< I participation ii college activities. This year thirteen members of 

the Junior Class were selected. Their duties include ushering for the community concerts, checking at- 
tendance at the assemblj programs, leading the senior procession, and ushering at graduation. This year's 
marshals as pictured above arc: first row, left to right: Shelby Mosley, Chris Barber, Gelene Hutchins, 
Margaret \nn Whitesell. Bobbie Barrett, and Vasso Cavas. Second row: Ronald Everett, Delbert Kirk- 
man. Don Smith, Garland > ig. Chief; Otis Gardner, Fredd) Perdue and Billy Stutts. 



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Tower 




Members of the Tower Players are 
I >< -< • I >l ■ - whose pel love is dramatics and 
who enjo\ sjx-ikI i 11 «i long hours in re- 
hearsing, painting scenery, selling tick- 
ets, collecting properties, or making 
costumes. 



Cuiding the club in its efforts this 
year were its officers: Johnny Aber- 
iiethy. President; Betty Mullinix. Vice- 
I'resiilenl : I'al Mi/.e. Secretary : Bronna 
Deaton. Treasurer, and Miss Jane De- 
Spain. Advisor. 

For its initial production of the 
1955-56 season, the Tower Players 
chose George Bernard Shaw's brilliant 
satire. "Anns and the Man. 

While many amateur groups refuse 
to attempt Shaw with his subtlety and 
barbed wit. the Tower Players won 
excellent notice for their skill in pro- 
ducing "Arms and the Man. After 
the first performance, a review, cap- 
tioned "Tower Plavers Capture Spark- 
ling Wit of Shaw/" appeared in the 
High Point Enterprise. High Point's 
daily paper. 

In this delightful satire, from which 
the operetta "The Chocolate Soldier 
was taken, the author pokes fun at the 
belief of some people in the romantic 
glor\ and honor of war. The action of 
lh«' play takes place in Bulgaria in 

1!><!5 and is based u| a war between 

Serbia and Bulgaria. From this back- 
ground. Shaw developed a plot rich in 
polished but lively dialogue and amus- 
ing incidents. 

The crews and cast, under the skill- 
ful direction of Miss DeSpain. com- 
bined to make this difficult production 
a success. A very able cast brought 
the play to life and turned in a com- 
mendable performance. Because the 
script required three sets, the stage 
crew bad an added task which it ban- 



Players 




Miss Jam: DkSpain 



died verj well. Tin- properties, costume, and 
make-up crews also wmked hard l<> make 
"Arms and the Man" one of the most success- 
ful dramatic \cnlures uf the Tower l'la\ei>. 



"GLASS MENAGERIE" 

\ talented cast, excellent lighting, an ex- 
treme!) realistic set. and skillful directing all 
added up to a memorable performance of Ten- 
nessee Williams' "Glass Menagerie." 

This dramatic memon pla\ which includes 
in its scope the entangled emotions and un- 
realized ambitions of four people i> filled with 
pathos and gentle humor. In I '»!.">. after run- 
ning on Broadwaj for over a year, "Glass 
Menagerie" was chosen as the prize-winning 
play of the year. 

"NICK Of Till'. WOODS 

In Ma\. 19o->. a cast of thirty-two appeared 
in Tom Taggart s edition of the rollicking 
early-American comedy. "Nick of the Woods. 
The play was produced and performed in true 
1890 vaudeville style. An enthusiastic audience 
sighed with the heroine, applauded the hero, 
hissed the villain, and cheered for the frontiers- 
men in their struggles against the blood-thirsty 
Indians. 

Original music for the production was com- 
posed 1>\ Dr. Lew J. Lewis. 




'Sunday Costs Five Pesos" and The Willow Plate' 




Durins 



the spring semester of L955, the acting class, under tin- direction ol Miss DeSpain. produced 
iwo one-act |)la\> which were given at homecoming and in assembly. 

Both of the plays have a pleasing foreign flavor. "Sunda) Costs Five Pesos" is a charming little 
Mexican lo\e >tor\ . "The \\ illow Plate" is a ipiainl Chinese pla\ ahonl the figures on a willow plate. It 
was performed very successful!) in true Chinese style. 




Radio Workshop 

Some people believe thai 
ratlin is in its death throe and 
may cough its final kilocycle 
any day. Others say that il's 
merely changing it- perspec- 
tive, ami that the modern 
livml of railio is variety and 
"new sounds." 

If lllis is llie index of mod- 
ern radio, then High Point 

< .". 1 1 1 > ■ ii i - radio productions dur- 
ing (he past year were up to 
par. 

Through the courtesy, facili- 
ties. and forbearance of station 

WIIPK. we filled the ether 
with a variety of programs 

including panel discussions, 
dramatic interpretations of 
historical events, and concerts 
by the college choir and hand. 
Our "New Sounds" in radio 
could hardly he equalled. We 
offered -mil novelties as a 
man walking with four legs. 
Ilor-es ifiat ran without going 
any place, and an ambulance 
siren wailing across a Civil 
War battlefield. 

But. all In all. it was a good 
year, for High Point College 

Kolln [ ■ I • . < 1 1 j . t Inn-. Willi e\el\- 
one concerned d e - er v i 11 g 

praise for their effort. Special 

triliute -IhmiIiI 1:0 to Mis- Jane 
IteSpain who often "died a 
thousand deaths" in the con- 
trol room, and to Fred Her- 
bert who reeorded our pro- 
grams and suffered through 
fift> playings of "The Grand 
( lanyon Suite." 

In addition to being a lot 
of fun. our radio productions 
were also educational 'this 
being the original purpose I . 
We learned the mysteries of 

sound effects, niu-ieal -egues, 
-peeial effects, and fading. 

Fading nn^n- moving «ff mike 

until you're no longer heard. 
This seems like a good note 
to end on. so here we'll ju-t 
fade . . . K. S. 



Zenith Staff 




Faye Peedin, Editor 



\\\\t\ \i.ki: \ln. 1:1 in . tssociale Edilc 



\\ ilhoul the help nl many, mam people. we 
could have never published your 1956 Zenith. 
To the entire STl DENT B0D1 . . . the 5 were 
our subjects; to the FACULTY . . . they let us 
interrupt their classes to get that all-important 
picture; to the BUSINESSMEN of High Point 
and surrounding areas: to MK. JEROME 
COI,I)K\. our portrait photographer from 
Rapport Studios in New York . . . he gave us 



his genius in photography for endless hours: 
to Ml!. SMI I II. our ad\ i-oi anil Iriend Iroin 
Edwards and Broughton Company in Raleigh 
. . . he helped u- to balance our ideas and our 
money; and last, hut not least, to all the MI'.M- 
BERS OF THE ZENITH STAFF. . . we extend 
our sincere appreciation for helping us make 
the 1956 Zenith the hest \earl.ook e\er puh- 
lished at Hiaih Point College. 



Ijo\ Cook, Business Manager 



I \< k M((.\si.i\. Issociale Business Manager 




Zenith 



Editorial Staff 




Left in right: Pansj Livengood. Delores Stephens. Jean Rufly. Helen Gobble. Amu Noe. rats) Hobbs 
Barbara Edwards. Not pictured: Garland ^i < > n 1 1 u . Beth Barker. Willie Lieu Hodges. 



\l \m l!i in S\iiu:> 
Picture F.diim 



John III i n 
In Eililoi 



DnlioTIII l!i w 
Senior Editor 




From September 
lli rough December, the 
Zenith staff climbed 
llic long (light of stairs 
I" the top of Robert's 
Hall at all boms of the 
daj and night. After 
passing through the 
lounge at the top of the 
stairs, the staff mem- 
bers opened the last 
door on the right and 
colored the world of the 
ZlCNITH. 

This Zenith world 
had its own peculiar 
appearance. The lay- 
mil table was always 
covered with dummy 
sheets, rulers, pencils 
with no erasers, and 
copy that could never 
he found. The dust- 
covered cabinet on the 
desk contained all the 
precious pictures that 

Mr. Golden had taken 
in 1 1 it ■ basement ol the 
girls' dormitory. Piled 

high beside the filing 
cabinet were innumer- 
able yellow envelopes 
containing the seem- 
ingly hundreds of black 
and white photographs. 
Each in o r n i a g, tlie- 
maids found the floor 
covered with debris left 
|,v the copy staff the 

nisdil before. 



Jim Smith 
Class Ed i i hi 



Mun Loi Lanier 
Sorority Editor 



Bob l. vi i ,\i. 
Fraternity Editoi 



Business Staff 



1950 



\\ hen the staff had 
t<> I n i in the midnight 

"il lo meet deadlines. 
the cemenl floor became 
unusually h a r d and 
cold: hut everybody 
knows that the Zenith 
stall always worked on 
regardless of dales, 
quizzes, loss of sleep, 
cold floors, or any other 
ineonvenienee. 

The business stall 
meetings at 10:20 on 
Friday mornings were 
held in a chaos of ad- 
vertising contracts, sta- 
tionary, lists ol adver- 
tisers, with left-over 
annuals lying against 
the wall like relics. At 
the close of the meet- 
ing, t li e advertising 
contracts were filed in 
llic big old desk, and 
the staff (le-cendcd the 
long flight of stairs to 
sell more sixty dollar 
ads. 

As the deadline drew 
closer, the aroma ol 
coffee each night was 
always just the thing to 
relax and spur the stall 
on lo make their vis- 
ions a reality for you. 
The hope of all of us 
is thai within the 1056 
Zenith, you will find 
the keys to memories ol 
a happy year at High 
Point College. 



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Left to right: I'at llauscr. .lack McCaslin. Gayle Ford. Vnne Wafford. \<>/ pictured: Garland Young, 
Ronald F.wrcii. H.ih IVieison, Margarel Vnn Vdkins. 



Sarah Coltrane 
Copy Editor 



I'm 1. 1. is Singleton 
Faculty Editor 



ki.vi; Stirling 
Photographer 




C. \\ . Fai lknek 
Sports Editor 



J \M I.I ' is 
Feature Editor 



For HPC 



When spirils an- lagging 
and there's nol much i>l inter- 
est on the campus, the bi- 

monthlj injecti >f the Hi-Po 

helps to ir\ ive drooping minds. 

\ sure fire spirit-reviver 
around the campus "I High 
Point College is the bi-monthl) 
appearance of the Hi-Po. Writ- 
ten and edited by the students, 
this publication strives to print 
news of interest about High 
Point College and to serve as 
a means of expressing studenl 
opinion. 




Sealed ni desk: Jimmy Reavis. Standing, 
It'/i to right: Bob Gatling, Sarah Jane Wall, 
Shelb) Mosley, Helena Smith. Jane Lucas. 
Ko) Dawkins. Martha Shelton. Mart) Neu- 
stadt, Stan Broadway, Linda Sechrest, 
Anne Kerr. Pat Jordan. Louise Pugh, 
Norma Jane Kearns. 



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Contrarj t<> popular belief, 
the ///-/'" i> not just news sheet 
and printer s ink. 1ml is com- 
pounded ol \ ital elements such 
as conscientious effort on the 
part ol eaeli stall inemher. co- 
operation between the editor 

.mil hi- stall, an e\en temper 

when make-up time comes and 
a huge hole glares up from the 
set plates, perseverence, and 
limitless patience. 

Standing l>\ with ever-ready 
understanding and reassurance 
are the advisors to the Hi-Po, 
Professor \. S. Withers, Miss 
Louise Vdams, and Mr. Mark 
Ebv. 



Left in right: Barbara Wilson. John Perry- 
Sarah lane Wall. Vol pictured: Bill Tyson, 
Art Sereque. Lorraine McCurry. 




Epsilon Sigma Omicron 

Professional Home Economics Sorority 




Top row, left lo right : 
Palsv Gran ford. I' resi- 
lient: Jackie Pugh. 
1 ice-President; "Sell 
Long, Secretary; Co- 
lecn (' <> ii k. Sluilcnl 
Corernmenl Represent- 
ative. 




Second row. left lo 
right: Mary Catherine 
Page, Publicity Man- 
ager; Mrs. Lois Liv- 
ingston. Faculty 
Advisor; Miss Winnie 
Luffman, Faculty Ad- 
visor; Gladys Robert- 



Epsilon Sigma Omicron. a professional sororit\ for home <•<•..]). >ini<s majors and others taking 
elective courses in home economics, was chartered in 1953. The name comes from ilie Greek words 
"epestem and "oikon meaning '"science "f the household. I he coat of anus is a white shield wild 
a nav) border and the following s\mbo|>: a chain, representing ihe slrenglli of a group bound by 
loyalties; a ke) representing bonieinaking: and s\ mbols at the top and bottom of the shield signifying 
the first or most important member of the household. 

Ihe sorority, in addition to regular meetings and educational programs, completes various service 
projects. This year the group gave an American Thanksgiving part\ for the foreign students, dressed 
dolls for the Salvation \nm to distribute at Christmas, and filled a basket for a needy family in the 
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Fir* row left to right: N«ncj Crews. Mar, Cumbie. Evelyn Dixon. Berma Doty, Rachel Goodman. 
Sylvia Hill. Second row: Anne llolling>uo,th. Lillian Galbreath. Sue IV, ,v. Pal Smith. Connie Young. 




Student Government 

"The purpose <>l this organization shall 
be to develop student honor and self-control. 
to encourage right ideals and promote per- 
sonal responsibility, and to foster the princi- 
ple ol self-government."-— Article II, Pur- 
pose of the Constitution of the Student 
( rovernmenl Association. 

The school term ol 1954-55 saw a mo- 
mentous impro\eineiit as the new student 
government constitution cut its first teeth. 
As is true ol an\ new and growing thing. 
the constitution lelt the definite "growing 
pains," mistakes, wrong turns, and humpy 
roads, hut the sympathetic co-operation of 
faculty and student hods soothed and healed 
these pains. 

The Executive Council acts as a co- 
ordinating unit lor the other branches, 
reviewing legislation, bringing cases to the 
JudiciaiN 



Council, and other duties. 



The Student Legislature acts on bills, 
resolutions, and recommendations brought 
up b\ the delegates on matters pertaining 
to students and campus life in general. 




Hard) lew. president ,.1 the High Point College student body, appears in the upper photograph and 
also i- with the other top ollicrs i.. il„- Inner |.|i.,i,,gra,,h. These officers: Hardj Tew. President: 
trnesl Ball. Iice-Fresi,leni; Lorraine McCurry, Secretory; John ^bernethv. Treasurer: led student 



a Hairs »illi eliieient jurisdiction tins year. 



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Jnclii icirv Council 




Left to right: Herbert I). Dixon, Chief Jus/ice; Delherl kirkman. Junior (.lass: Sylvia Fox. 1/ omen s Dormitory Coun- 
cil: Murphx Osborne. Soj)liomore Class: \\ie (>unn. " omen's Dormitory Council: Hob Hani-. Freshman ('.hiss: Bar- 
bara Morrison, Day Students; J<>lm Powell. Mens Dormitory Council; Larn Strange, Day Students. \<>/ pictured: 
Charles \\ illifonl. Senior Class. 



The Judicial \ (Council tries cases <>f infractions ol rule- l>\ students and will act as an appellate court for decisions 
of dormitory council, and for the settlement of oilier cases. 

One of the fust problems facing the new Student Government Association was the enforcement of the "freshman 
beanie" law. which requires all freshmen except veterans anil married persons to near their "beanies" until the Thanks- 
giving holiday. 

This year the Student Governmenl Association sent seven delegates to the Slate Studenl Legislative Assembly in 
Raleigh, North Carolina, and the opportunity of meeting and communicating with oilier students and hearing their 

experiences in student government were of invaluable aid to OUl own leaders in determining uhal lias he*l and right 

for High Point College. 

The Student Governmenl Association sponsored the Freshman Orientation Program, the Freshman Talent Show. 
the May Day Dance, and held open house after each home basketball game. 1 he association al-o i-sued -indent identi- 
fication cards to the students for their use and convenience. 

In this, the first full year ill which the tri-partite government has been utilized, the leaders have sel a precedent for 
future policy. Thy are to be commended highly for their sincere and conscientious efforts on behalf of the students of 
High Point College. 



Legislature 




First row, leji i" right: Garland 'i oung. President pro-tern.: Craig Kester. Parliamentarian: Paul Stanton, Sgt.-at-Arms; 
Babs Huntley, Recording Clerk: Sylvia Craddock. Reading Clerk. Second row: Mar) Alice Milbury, Colene Cook. 
La Verne Wright, Bobbie Barrett, Ph\llis Singleton. Jackie Hoover. Third ran: Connie Young. Barbara Wilson. Vicki 
Washburn, Jahala Eudy, Braxton Warner. Bobbie Turner. Fourth row: Don Kearns, Joel Nimon, Stan Baker. Jr.. Jane 
Thornhill, Harold White, Giles Terrell. ISemn Phillips. Fifth nm-: Ham I ..niji. \l i< k«\ Washam. I-Yed Macon. Jim Rose. 
\ubre> Flynt. ('.. W. Faulkner. Jr.. I>a\i<l Myers. Sixth row: Elmer Hale. Ralph Wolfe, km Hawkins. Chip Anderson. 
Bob Galling. Rufus Suiithson. Ronald Everett. Presiding: Ernest Ball. 



Day Student Council 

The da) student group, which is one "I the 

largest of the campus organizations, elects a 
council to work in co-operation with the Stu- 
dent Government Association. 

I)a\ Students lake an active part in main of 
the organizations on the campus ami arc rep- 
resented on the Judiciarj Council of the Stu- 
dent Government Vssociation. 

Each spring the Da) Student Council spon- 
sors some form of entertainment, such as a 
picnic or dance. This year for the first time, 
the da\ students voted In >el aside from their 
treasur) a $100 scholarship to be used l>\ a 
deserving bo) or girl from the \\ inston-Salem 
Children's Home toward his expenses at High 
Point College. 



Officers, left to right: Barbara Vi ilson. Presi- 
dent; Phillip Mowers. / ice-President; Shelby 
Moslev. Secretary: Jane Bundy. Treasurer. 




Woman's Hcill Council 

Learning to live with others is as much a 
part of education as that philosopln class thai 
meets three times a week. Instead of meeting 
in a formal classroom, this course is held in 
the dormitories of college campuses. It has 
such assignments as: sharing with others. 
respecting the privacy of others, and making 
friends. The friends we make in the dorm 
will he ours for the rest of our lives. 

Woman's Hall Council provides responsi- 
bilities and duties for the girls as well as 
plans for their tun at pajama parties and 
birthday parties. 



Scaled: Koy Daw kins. President. Standing, left to riiiht: Jerr) 
Kennerly, Vice-President: Delbert Kirkman, Head Proctor: 
Cecil Thomas. Secretary and Treasurer. 





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Left to iiu.li/: Pat Lineberger, President; Shirle) Corder, / ice- 
President; Ruthie Kidgc Secretary; Tol>y Harrier, Treasurer; 
La Verne Wright, Head Proctor; Connie Young, Freshman 
Representative; Svlvia Fox. Judiciary Council Representative; 
and Avie Gunn. Judiciary Council Representative. 



McCulIoch Hull Council 

"I can't get in iu> room!" . . . "\\ ho blew 
the fuse'.'" . . . "^ on guvs knock oil the 
racket!" . . . all this and much more is heard 
during the da) at the office oi McCulIoch I la 1 1. 
The officers oi the Dormitory Council are 
called on mam times during the dav to help 
some resident with his troubles. Besides these 
duties, the Dormitor) Council also handles 
minor infractions oi the rules, and. in gen- 
eral, tries to make dormitory life at High 
Point College as comfortable as possible. 



Future Teachers 
of America 

Since its founding at High Poinl 
College, i Ik- Calvin Wile) Chapter "I 
the Future Teachers of Vmerica has 
attempted to give ils members a true 
concept "f the professional ethics and 
duties of the public school teacher. Ii 
encourages present F.T.A. members lo 
continue national and state affiliation 
wiili i In- Educational Association dur- 
ing their wars of teaching. 

Programs on various aspects of edu- 
cation have been presented at the 
monthl) meetings b) Miss Ruth Worth- 
inglon. nf tin' Education Department, 
the licwrend liohert '■. I little, id Hist 
Methodist Church, and other local 
leaders. 

Officers for the year have been Mar) 
Alice Milium. /'resident : lioiiald 
Everett, Vice-President: Pans) Liven- 
good, Program Chairman: Gelene 
1 1 iilili i lis. Secretary: Wax lie Brewer, 
Treasurer. 

Mr. Coble and Dr. Molhtt are spon- 
sors for the group. 










mm i imv 



First row. left lo right: Dr. James W . Moffitt, Sponsor: Mr. Herman C. Coble, Spon- 
sor: Gelene Hutchins, Secretary; Pans) Livengood, Program Chairman: Mary Alice 
Milbury, President; Wayne Brewer. Treasurer: lumald Everett. Vice-President. 
Second row: Elsie Cavanaugh, Judith Ward. [Catherine Craven, Jane Bundy, Rachael 

G Iman. Third row: Belt) Sawyer. Louanna Prince. Joetta Lanier. Mary Catherine 

Page. Hazel Shore. Fourth row: Juliana Tucker. Elaine lain. Alayne Carver. Luc-J 
llaxnes. Sarah lane Wall. Fifth rote: Barbara Wilson. Sarah Forbis, Mrs. Elise 
Hasty. Rosa Jarrett. Phyllis Gantt. Gena Dickson. Faye Peedin. Sixth row: Shirley 
Corder. Pat Jordan. Virginia Walker, jeanene Fouler. Mary Davis Pope. Mrs. Ada 
Hoyle. Shelby Mosley. Seventh row: Betsy Hedgecock, Buck Williford, Clifton 
Moran. Lion took. Charles Johnson. Larry Wilson. Benny Saintsing. 




Kappa Sigma Delta 

Honorary Educational Fraternity 

kappa Sigma Delta, educational fraternity at High Point 
College, seeks t.i increase an interest iii education and teaching. 
Membership is open to those who arc upperclassmen with 
majors or minors in education. pswholog\. religious education. 
physical education, business education, and music education. 
The local chapter is working towards securing membership in 
the National Honoran Educational Fraternity, kappa Delta Pi. 

Guiding the organization in its activities this year have been 
its officers: Wayne Brewer. President: Bill Tyson. Vice-President: 
and Rosa Jarrett, Secretary-Treasurer. Facultv Advisor for the 
group is Dr. James W. Moffitt. Ml faculty members teaching 
psychologj and education are honorary members of kappa 
Sigma Delta. These include Dr. Cooke. Dr. Conrad. Mr. Hays, 
Mr. Dodomead. Miss Worthington. Dr. Hinshaw, and Mr. Coble. 



First row, left to right: Pans) Livengood. Jane Bund). Second 
row: Jiidv Seward. Helen Dunn, liosa Jarrett. Gelene Hutchins. 
Vine) Ingram. Barbara Morrison. Third row: Mrs. Elise 
Hasty. Helen Rakestraw, Bett) Barker. Bronna Deaton. Fourth 
row: Louanna Prince. Bell) Sawyer, Evelyn Chapman. John 
Perry. Norma Grayson. Fifth row: John Powell. Frank Jones. 
Ronald Everett. Wayne Brewer. Sixth row: Dr. Moffitt. Michael 
lanis. Bill Tyson. Charles Johnson. J. Wesley Scott. Not pic- 
ture,/: Phyllis Lapps. Bobbie Barrett, Margaret Whitesell. 
Shells Moslev. I'at Mauser, Kathryn Craven. Luc) Haynes, 
l>els\ Hedgecock. Shelbv Virk. Sarah Jane Wall. Pat Jordan. 



>>» 




First row. left to right: Bill Swaim. President; Dr. James \\ . Moffitt. Sponsor: Don 
Andrews. Advertising Manager; Frank \. Jeffers. Vice-President: Mike Janis, >••./,- 
tary-Treasurer. Second row: Dewitt Rhodes, John Cass, Bob Smith, John Perry. 
Third roiv: Melvin Carter. Allen Burrus. Dclhcrl kirkman. Jim Greenway. Fourth 
row: Carroll Leonard. I!and\ Burgess. Bill Bingham. Charles Brewer. Fifth rote: 
Hudson Nance. Clarence Broun. George Ivey, Ro) Cockerham. Charles Davis. 



Veterans' Club 

Showing their willingness and readi- 

in--- |o sii|i|iort High Point College. 

the Veterans" Club has become an 
active organization on the campus. 

Realizing the influence the) might 
have, the active members ol the club 
have sought to establish an organiza- 
tion which would reflect the attitude, 
desires, and ambitions ol the majority 
of the students. Believing firml) in the 
necessit) ol maintaining an atmos- 
phere conducive to learning, the mem- 
bers have labored e<>nsiantl\ to imple- 
ment those policies of the club, the 
school administration, and the student 
legislature which tend to enhance learn- 
ing and the development of all desir- 
able human qualities. The interest and 
enthusiasm prevalent during past meet- 
ings attest to the degree of success 

achieved in the reali/ati if the clubs 

aims. 



International 

Relations (Hub 



The onl\ requirement for member- 
ship in the International Relations 
Club is a vital interest in "what's going 
on in the world. 

During ibis year, the monthlj meet- 
ings have featured interesting speakers, 
slides, and travel programs. The first 
meeting of the year featured Dr. Den- 
nis II. Cooke, who spoke on his experi- 
ences in Kurope and the lloh Land. 

Other activities of the group have 
included participation in a forum on 
international relations held in Greens- 
boro under the auspices of the I nitcd 
Council of Christians and Jews. The 
local organization was represented at 
the Southern Regional I.R.C. Confer- 
ence ill Atlanta by Paul Moss. 

Officers for the year were: Rub\ 
Ragan. /'resident: Pans) l.ivengood. 
Vice-President: Mar) Alice Milbury. 
Secretary-Treasurer; YX ayne Brewer. 
S.G.A. Representative: Ronald Kvcrett. 
S.C.-t. Alternate. Professor Robert 
MacDonald has served as faculty spon- 
sor for the group this year. 




Seated, left to right: Dr. Dennis II. Cooke. \\ illie Lieu Hodges, Ronald Everett. Pans) 

l.ivengood. liuliv Ragan. Mar) Mice Milbury. Wayne Brewer, Rachel G Iman. Dean 

Harold Conrad. Standing: Marx Ruth Smilev. Barbara Edwards. Professoi Robert 
Viae Donald. John Powell. Ernest Ubert. Charles Johnson. Patsj Hook-. Dr. James 
W. Molliti. Dr. Helen R. Bartlett. Don Kearns. 



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Future Business Leaders of America 




future Business Leaders of America mix business with pleasure through meetings and social activities. 
Movies, speakers, and interesting programs gi\e opportunities for development of <|iiali(ies ol leadership. 
As members ol a national organization members gain helpful experience through attending national and 
state conferences. 

The oliicers of the hi lure Business Leaders of America as pictured above, are: Joseph I!. Sieeloll. 
President: Lorraine McCurry, Vice-President: Beverly Heavner, Secretary: Jo Lulz. Treasurer: Pete Fraz- 
icr. .S.(.'. /. UteriHile. Kalph V. Anderson. Faculty tdvisor. \(it pictured: \lieke\ \\ asham. S.C.I. Repre- 
sentative. 



* 






First row, left to right: Mania Bailey. Karl G. Barbour. Jr.. Sue Butt. Carl Dorset!. Jr.. Naomi ltuth Dunn. Helen Gob- 
ble, Barbara Harris. Second roiv: Louise Harris. Jerrx ke:merl\. Craig Kesler. .lark \icCaslin. Billie Morgan. Donna 
Smith. Ra) \. Culm. Third row: Giles Oldham Terrell. Pope Thornton. James White. Nancy Jo Wilson. 



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COACH \ IKC1I. YOW 

The 1955-56 basketball season marked 
the sixteenth year that Mr. Virgil Yow has 
served as liaskethall coach here at High 
Poinl College. Mr. Yow coached High 
Points" teams prior t<> 1915 when he entered 
the industrial ranks. Returning to High 
Point in 1953, Coach \>>\\ has untiringly 
devoted his e|]ort> to producing a team 
thai could win consistently. This goal. 
though not realized, is closer to reality 
than il was three years ago when Mr. Yow 
resumed the responsibility of coaching our 
Purple Panthers. 



high 

As a student progresses through college 



POINT COLLEGE 

lie be- 



comes more aware <d a peculiar feeling within, 
which lends to make him more concerned with 
his college's "ups and downs." This feeling, like 
a pain, cannot be seen, bul il certainly can be 



lell. \sk anyone who attended 



rtig 



omi 



C, 



lege basketball game last season. College spirit. 
while pertaining to activities other than basket- 
ball, receives the greatest emphasis in that sport, 



and cheerleaders play a vital role by leading and 
living to increase thai spirit at the game. H.P.C.'s 
cheerleaders did their job very well, in spite ot 
rough sledding at limes. They seemed to be doing 
iheir best at all limes, not just when H.P.C. was 
winning. This [actor should increase our respect 
for the wondei'ful wax in which they performed. 
Cheerleaders, congratulations lor a fine season ot 
cheering. 




SKASOYS SCORES I 

II. P.C 87 

H.P. C— LOO 

II. P. C.__ 103 

H.P.C.- 71 

II. P.C ID". 

II. P.C. L08 

II. P.C 102 

H. P.C— ..101 
II. I'. C 79 

ii. i'. <: 73 

II. P.C 89 

II. P.C— - 99 

ii. p.c :;;: 

II. P.C Mid 

ii. p.c... - i:i 

ii. p. c 

II. P.C— _ 65 

H. P.C 58 

II. P.C 71 

II. P.C 75 

II. P.C . 92 

II. P.C 10" 

II. P.C oo 

II. P.C 57 

II. P.C ill 

II. P.C 72 

II. P.C 77 

II. P.C 94 

H.P.C-. 80 

II. P.C 76 

H. P. C 7!! 

H.P.C .'!7 



OR Till-: PANTHERS 

Duponl 56 

I nliiii College 7 1 

Pikeville _ ,'i2 

Pfeiffer \V2 

U.C.. oi 

Duponl _ 90 

Guilford 7i! 

Elon 106 

Pfeiffer . 77 

Naval Vir Station 60 

New berrj College - !!1 

( Georgia Teachers. .140 

Coll.-,. of 

Charleston ___ ::o 

Paris Island 

Marines 93 

Elon 102 

E. C. C 83 

McCrarj . - 88 

Catawba 55 

E.C.C - 80 

Vppalachian .. 86 

\. C. C— loo 

Edenton ■" 

Lenoir lil>\ ne 75 

Elon 70 

Western Carolina _ 76 

Catawba '8 

W. C. C._. 97 

M.Crar\ . 07 

Appalachian 81 

E.C.C - 87 

Guilford .... 63 

Lenoir liliuir 0/ 



NORTH STATE TOI KYUII AT 
H.P.C 67 Lenoir Rhyne !"'• 




\CTI()\ \C\I\ST i:\ST C\l!()l.l\ \ 



I 'ALL OF TUP 01 VKERS 






^V-'o 




STEVE AFENDIS 



KEN BLACK 



BILL HUEGELE 





Panthers on 



The Purple Panthers began the season in grand style by 
winning eight games before the\ left High Point to go on a 
game-playing tour during Christmas vacation. Highlighting 
the early season plaj was a sparkling triumph over A.C.C. 
In the games before Christmas holidays the Panthers passed 
the centui) mark on six occasions. The Christmas trip was 
fairh successful as H.P.C. took four games out of six. The 
Purple Panthers prohahK turned in one ol their finest offensive 
performances of the season against the Paris Island Marines 
to gain one of those victories. Against Klon. Jack Powell 
sustained an ankle injurv which handicapped him and the 
club for several games. The remainder of the season proved 
to be very disappointing since lli<:l] Point was able to win 
only four games before the end of the regular season. One 
of those victories, however, was against a big and potent 
Lenoir lilnne team, finishing the season in sixth place, the 
Panthers qualified for the North State Conference Tourna- 
ment where they were eliminated by Lenoir Rh\ne in the first 
round. During several games this season, the Panthers looked 
unusually good, but in spite of their bright spots. the\ had 
a mediocre season. There were probably many reasons for 
ibis. Two which were apparent on various nights were lack 
of rebounding and the lack of hustle. Jack Powell did a 
magnificent job on the boards, but he just did not receive 
enough help. 

Now that the season is over the e\es of all students are 
turned to next \ear. There is one thought common among 




JACK POWELL 




BOBBY PHARR 



BOBBY DUNBAR 







the Prowl 



llie sluclcnts : "Max I' 
i|iii'siii>nt'(l about llie 



■ nexl \ear will In 1 our \ear. Winn 

Panthers both i>f iht- present and in llie 
future, Coach Yow stated, "We are building slowl) on a sound 
foundation because enduring progress lakes time. 

I lir High 1'iiini < :. .1 1 1 -l:' • I * i j f 1 1 1 < • I'.iMiliri- displayed greal 
talent on several occasions ihis year, .lack "Mr. Rebound" 

Powell performed well enough lo lie unanimousl) named to 
a berth on (lie all-conference learn. Jack also Icil the Irani s 
Scoring with 18.5 points per game. Pill llucgclc was second 

highest scorer w i t li a 1">.2 average. Mill's Moor pla\ improved 
along with his scoring ahililv. and he and Powell were the 

onl) boys who consistent!) played g I ball throughout the 

season. Harold Crump finished llie year in a blaze of glor) 
bj finding the basket much too often to suit H.P.C.'s opponents. 
Bobb) Dunbar, whose defensive pla\ has improved consider- 
ably over thai of lasi year seems to have gnat promise as 
a Panther. Tom Payne, the "little" rebounder did his best to 
aifl Powell with the rebounding chores, but the Panthers were 
still weak in that department. Paul Stanton and Phil Crockett. 
both of whom played ver\ well in spoils, seem to have good 
possibilities. Maun "Buckshot" Peaucliot and Ken Vi illiams. 
two freshmen, aideil the Panther's pla\ considerabl) at limes. 
Maun, a fast-moving guard from Indiana, combined his tal- 
ents with those of Pill Huegele to give High Point a pair of 
llie better guards of the conference. Onl) one Panther, I. C. 
Bledsoe, will graduate this year; therefore, next season will 
fin. I High Point College with an experienced basketball team. 




HAROLD CRUMP 



V 





TOM PAYNE 





SONNY THORNTON 



J. C. BLEDSOE 




PHIL CROCKETT 




UK. II I'olM \>. \IT\I.\CIII W 



JACK POWELL. \LI.-CO\FERENCE 





Gene Dim:. Assislanl Coach 



Marty Neustadt, Manager 



^v\kk°* ; '•>>• 



i b ik 12 'l»" '*'+ r^iiK /it St 




I 
> 

1 



Left /<> right: "Sonny" Thornton. Maim Iieauchoi. liill lluegelc. Ilarolil Crump. Jack Powell, J. C. Bledsoe, Ken Wil- 
liams. I'liil Crockett. Paul Stanton. Ken Black. Tom Pax no. l?ol.l>\ Dunbar. liohlix Pharr, and Steve \iendis. 



The site of the 1950 edition of the North Stale 
Ha.-ketball Tournament was Lexington, Ninth 
Carolina. The Purple Panthers ot High Point Col- 
lege wen- supported l>\ the enthusias I a spirited 

. III. I. .1*1 .,.( . It I i,. i 1.1. III.) I lull I. Ill I'.l lli'lt llllll 



.- II .' I 

student body when they made their entrance into 

the tournament on Thursday. Lehman 

the Hears from Lenoir Hhyne. I) 



23. against 
tiring the season 



High Point and Lenoir Rhyne had split a pair of 
games; therefore, their meeting at Lexington was 
the deciding game. Lenoir Hhyne. due to a good 
conference record, was lavored. Alter a tin illingly 
close first quarter, the Hears pulled ahead of the 
Panthers and remained there to win the game bj 
a score of 67 to 88. 



\(H C\N "T II UK II 



\\ \TCII Ot T Dl NBAK 




Baby Panthers 




/■ ront rote 
J in i \\ anl 
Da\icl Sill 



. left t<> riiihr. Kcnip licmicit. \ri Taxlor. I.cc I !a\ J<>ll\. Jack V>un». ami Coach Wayne Hoover. Second row: 
. I.anx Swififji-ll. Dick Wilson. Jim I'anisli. and Dill Bingham. Third row: Donald Seller-, lionalfl l.ucas. 
niDii. Luke l,i\ iii'-siuii. ami Charles Watson. 



JAYVKK It ASKI I It \ I I 



The Baby Panthers, showing much improvement, 
ended their season with a satisfactory 19-12 rec- 
ord. Coach Hoover's charges developed a keen 
team spirit winch conlriliulcd lii their suecesslul 
season. I. any Swiggetl led die team in scoring 
with 23.5 points per game while \rt Taylor's play- 
making and defensive ability provided the spark 
under pressure. Charles Watson showed greal 



improvement during the season, ami along with 
Jim Parrish and Luke Livingston gave die club its 
rebounding power. Coach Hoover, pointing in- 
wards developing varsiu malerial. seems to have 
done a \ei\ line job in lii> delmi as jayvee coach 
here al High Point. Congratulations, Coach Wayne 
I loover! 




WAYNE HOOVER, JAYVEE COACH 

Coach Hoover received his B.S. degree 
from High Poinl College and his M.A. de- 
gree from Peabod) College in Nashville, 
Tennessee. Mr. Hoover came in High Poinl 
tlii— year after successfully coaching in the 
high school ranks lor the past seven years; 
the lasl loin were at Pilot High School, 
(loach Hoover's capable Leadership of High 
Point s Jayvee Team plus his warm friend- 
liness has earned for him an exclusive 
position on the campus of High Point Col- 
lege. 



WYF.F.S l\ UTIO.N 




.1 WVKK SCOIiF.S KOI! THE SEASON 

ll.l'.C. . . 61 Wingale Jr. College .".1 

II. PC. . . 7.i North l)a\i«lson High Schl. 6] 

ll.l'.C. . 79 Wingate Jr. College . 92 

H.P.C... _ 7:-! North Davidson High S. hi. (, , 

ll.l'.C. . 63 Pfeiffer Jr. Varsity.. .__. 67 

ll.l'.l . ',',<) Pembroke College — 84 

H.P.C- _ 98 Edwards Military Institute 85 

ll.l'.C 72 North Carolina Freshmen. _ 112 

H.P.C... .92 Guilford Jr. Varsity 85 

H.P.C— . 70 Thomasville High School.. 56 

H.P.C— - 86 Fraternities Ml Stars 85 

ll.l'.C 86 Pfeiffer Jr. Varsitj 91 

H.P.C... 7.'. Th....ia>\ille High School-. 50 

ll.l'.C. . 76 Campbell Jr. College.. __ 89 

ll.l'.C... 75 Catawba Jr. Varsit) - 88 

ll.l'.C... . 89 Hargrave Militar) Institute 70 

ll.l'.C. . 75 Edwards Mililarv Institute. 83 

ll.l'.C. _ !!2 Appalachian Jr. Varsit) 68 

H.P.C 51 North Carolina Freshmen.. 75 

H.P.C... o| Campbell Jr. College 106 

ll.l'.C. 61 M.er.leen High School.. _ 48 

ll.l'.C 88 Hargrave Mililarv Institute 86 

ll.l'.C 70 \-hd.oro High School _ 68 

H.P.C 55 Greensboro Y.M.C.A. 74 

ll.l'.C 80 Gardner-Webb Jr. College. 65 

ll.l'.C. 72 Catawba Jr. Varsitv.. . 75 

H.P.C... 83 Tri-Cit) Y.M.C.A. ._ 64 

ll.l'.t . _ 07 Pembroke College . 77 

ll.l'.C 82 Gardner-Webb Jr. College.. 62 

ll.l'.C. 5 1 Appalachian Jr. Varsitj 66 

ll.l'.C. . 80 Guilford Jr. Varsit\ 69 



10] 




1955 
Concert 



This year, for the first time, the 
community concerts were field in the 
lli«li Point College Memorial Audi- 
torium. The appearance oi such artists 



1956 




Series 



as Mini i Benzell, soprano. Van Cli- 
hurn. pianist. Mala and Mali, and the 
Beaux Art String Trio added a cul- 
tural highlight to our college life. 



•^ 






\n earlv 



Class ai 8:20. 



Krai Hlllll \ini 



Junior Class 



-// ell Wake li Yet" 

Here we are, standing on the threshold 
<>f the second half of our college life. We 
are juniors now. \\ '<■ have readied (lie half- 
wav mark and leel that we have accom- 
plished quite a leal lor ourselves. 

The lir.-l thrill ol lliis year was signing 
up lor major courses. Now we talk im- 
portant]) alioul primary education. English, 
history, religion, and chemistry. Halls at 
night sound like symphonies of typewriters 
as those all-important term papers begin to 
develop. 

Time was fleeting, and soon the long- 
awaited Christmas holidays came around 
the corner, and we realized that May. 1957. 
was not too far in the future. Saint Nich- 
olas added "sparklers" to many lelt hands 
. . . and more people signed up lor Soci- 
ology 7. 

Second semester came, and suddenly it 
was time for elections. We realized that 
Student Government leadership was our 
responsibility. We were to step into the 
empty shoes left In the Class of '56. 

Spring blossomed forth as we planned 
to give a junior-senior banquet that the Class 
ol '56 would never forget, and to our scrap- 
hooks more loud memories ol H. I'.C 

\nd now. having laughed, played, 
worked, and loved through another joyous 
year, we wave farewell to a wonderful 
senior class and breathlessly get ready to 
take its place. Soon we shall he coining 
hack for the last time to H.P.C.; glad, 
many of us, that is for the lasl time, but 
most of all. alad that we are coming back. 



"Burning the 
midnight nil . . 




OFFICERS, left to right: Stan Baker. Jr.. President; Von- 
cyle Linthicum. Secretary; Frank Daniels. Vice-President; 
join Powell. Treasurer. 




First row. It'll to right: John 
M3ERNETHY, Ernesi ALBERT, 
Larry ALBERTSON, Don AN- 
DREWS. 



Second row: I .con \ I! I .I'.IHih. 

Edward ARMSTRONG, Stanley 
BAKER, Ernesi BALL. 



Third row: Chris [5MM5EH. I'.cllx 

BARKER, Bobb ie BARRETT, 

Toiiv i;\i;i;iki{. 



Fourth row: Randal] BEAN Wil- 
lard BLUE. Sylvia BOBO, Coy 
BROWN. 










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't 7 






-, 



■ 









1956 Juniors 



First row, left to right: Vestha BROWNE, Cecil BULLARD. Jane BUNDY, Bobbie CAN- 
NON, Phyllis CAPPS, Howard CASHATT. 



Second row: Shirley CAUDILL, Robert M. CLINARD, Jake CLODFELTER, Bobby COR- 
DER, Don CRANFORD, Floyd CRAVEN. 



Third row: Harold CRUMP, Frank DANIELS, Donald DAVIS, James DAVIS, Roger 
DAVID, Bronna DEATON. 



Fourth row: Robert DOCKERY, Robert DUNCAN, Helen DUNN, Barbara EDWARDS, 
Joann ELKINS, Jean ELLER. 



Fifth row: Jahala EUDY, Ronald EVERETT. Wilburn EVERHART, Al FINLEY, Gayle 
FORD, Sylvia FOX. 



Sixth row: Betty FRAZIER, Luke FRENCH, Otis GARDNER, Angie CASEINS. 1'ris.illa 
GINGRICH, Clay GOODSON. 



Seventh row: William GORDON, Billy GRAY, Johnson C GREENE, Jim HALL, Jim HAR- 
RIS, Pat HAUSER. 



Eighth row: Mary Kathleen HENSON, Hubert HILL, Arlene HOBBS. Charles HOLCOMBE. 
Ann HOLLINGSWORTH, Jackie HOOVER. 



109 



1956 Juniors 



First row. left to right: Ada HOYLE, Boh HUNSUCKER, Patsy Jo HUNTER, Gelene 
IIUTCHINS, Nancy INGRAM, Camilla ISLEY. 



Second row: Rosa Louise JARRETT. Wilbur A. JARRETT. Jack JOHNSON, James 
JOHNSON. Jimmv JOYCE, Don KEARNS. 



Third row: Phil KENNEDY, Craig KESTER. Delbert KIRKMAN, Leon LEE, Voncyle 
LINTHICUM, Pansy LIVENGOOD. 



Fourth row: Jane LUCAS, Shirley LYTLE, Tommy McMAHON, Jolm L. MANN, Elmo 
MARSH, Bobby MARTIN. 



Fifth row: Alexander MELLNIK, Nancy MILLER, Barbara MORRISON, Shelby MOS- 
LEY, Betty MULLIN1X, Marty NEUSTADT. 



Sixth row: Carl NIGH, Joel NIMON, Fred NOBLE, Ann NOE, Cleta NOLLER, Tom 
NOLLE R. 



Seventh row: Barbara PAYNE. Tom PAYNE, Gaynelle PENNELLE. Fred A. PERDUE, 
John PERRY. John POWELL. 



Eighth row: Reid PRILLAMAN, Jackie PUGH, Ruby RAGAN, James W. RAY, Clyde 
RIDGILL, Pat RITCHIE. 



110 



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1956 Juniors 



First row, left to right: Cla.Ks li( >RKRTS< )\. Rel>\ I.OISK. \Ye>Iev SCOTT. Jud\ SKW MM). Don 
SHAMEL. Hazel SHORE. 

Second row: Mai) Ruth SMILEY, Donna SMITH. Jane SMITH. Rufus SM1THS0N, Delores STEPHENS 
Jerrj STINSON. 

Third row: Lain STRANGE, Bill) STl'TTS. Cr.il TIK )M \S. Simin THORNTON. Kate TRIVETTE 
Clayton WAMPLER. 

Fourth row: Diane W VRE, Charles WHICH MM). Margaret \\ HITESELL, Doris WILLIAMSON Paul 
\\ ILSON, Kenneth WORKM \Y 



Fifth row: Vernon WIMCIIT. Garland ^ Ol NO. 




First row, left to right: Frances Wilson. Margaret Black. Bettj Rose Templeton. Belt) Frazier, Judith Wilson. Bettj 
Mullinix. Voncxle l.'inihirum. Pal llauser. Marx Jo Young. Judith Ward. Hazel Shore. Sylvia Bobo, Mariam Stallings, 
|',.j,j. v \|, „,,,.. |>„,|,|,i,. lianrll. Connie \mm». Mai \ llnlli Snili->. Srco-w/ ro« : Mania ISailev. lilionda Kobbins, 
Bronna Deaton, Helena Smith. Virginia Walker, Shirle) C.nl.-r. Ifosa Jan.it. T.-I.x Harrier. Sarah Coltrane. Bett\ Jo 
Harrington. Evelyn l)ix<.n. I.il.l-v Mnrrav. Jaliala Kml\. Ilulh ficuiol.ls. \\ ie < '.mm. I.ibbx Broome. \ngie (.askins. I'al 
Mize, Mr. Cox. Third row: Barbara Payne. Svlvia Fox. .lames Smith. C. C. Freeman. Edward Smith. Mauley Broad- 
way, Joe Compton. Harry Long. Glenn \nderson, Elmer Hall. Charlie Holcomb. Uex Mellnik. Gene Watkins, Alan 
Everhart. Sara Owen. Ellen Elgin, Delores Stephens. Fourth row: Garland Gammon. Robert Williams. Wilbur Jackson. 
Roger Shells ii. Fred Barber, Raymond Gardner. Dewej Yarborough. Bill Lawrenson. Chuck Johnson. Jim Rose, David 
Sillman, Arnold Pender. Jerrj Kay, Lloyd Stiffler, Jack BenSeld. Frank McCuIlock. Dale Swaringen. Walt Moore. 



Hissh Point College Choir 



Our college choir, under the direction of Mr. Richard Cox. adds a great deal of en- 
jo\ nienl to our college life. Its members provide special music lor chapel programs, grad- 
uation, and other college functions. 

In December, the choir made its first out-of-state tour, appearing in Roanoke. Vir- 
ginia: New Castle. Delaware: and Westminister and llyattsville. Maryland. The spring 
lour look the choir to the eastern part of the slate with singing engagements in Raleigh, 
Orcein ille. New Hern. Wilmington, and Fayelteville. 



The choir presented a Christmas program and a spring conceit in Memorial Audi- 
torium with the High Point Symphony Orchestra. 



This year the conceit 
I land was heard on the 
campus in three con- 
certs, and in main pep 
rallies and basketball 
games. A radio pro- 
gram was presented 
each semester. In Jan- 
uary the hand played 
a concert at Fort Bragg 
and later performed in 
local high schools. A 
tour of \\ estern North 
Carolina was arranged 
for March, 1956. 



Concert Band 




High Point Symphony Orchestra 



Directed by Dr. Lew J. Lewis, the High Point Symphony Orchestra offers u- the besl 
of talent from the community, students, and faculty. In addition to presenting a full con- 
cert in April, the orchestra assisted the choir in the Christmas concert. 




II.-. 



Women's Glee Club 




Girls from all oi the four 

cla>ses form the Women's 
Glee Club which sings for 
juirc enjoy mcnl. This group 
appeals in the seasonal con- 
certs presented liy the Mu-ic 
Department anil is directed 
h\ Mr. Ivichard Cox. 



Men's Ensemble 



These "gentleman 
songsters," led l>\ 
Mr. Cox. have given 
an added spark to 
the musical program 
on campus. Their 
lively rendition ol 
•There's Nothing 
Like a Dame" has 
become a favorite 
with local audiences. 




Swim* Club Orchestra 




This has been the first year of 
existence for the dance orchestra. 
Organized to provide music for 
campus dances, this group also 
enjoys getting together for private 
"jam-sessions." 







1955 Champions 



The oetmen of High Poinl College led by the 
sparkling performance of Mike Reyes-Varela con- 
tinued their clom iital ion of the North State Confer- 
ence by copping the championship for the eighth 
time in the last nine years. Coached l>\ Mr. .1- F. 
Jones, the tennis team improved with cadi match. 
After losing a match near the opening ol the season. 
the H.P.C. baseline wizards knocked off the next fif- 
teen games in a row and ended the season with an 
over-all record of 16-1 and a conference record ol 
10-0. Giving strong support to Mike in his superb 
play were Bill Huegele, Vince Leong, and Bill 
Eller. Mike Reyes-Varela closed out a spectacular 



tennis career at H.P.C. I>\ winning the singles 
championship at the North State Conference 
Tournament. During his lour years as a member 
of the Tennis Team ol High Point College Mike 
never lost a sel in conference play. Quite a record! 

Following eloselv in his footsteps is Kill Huegele 
who Finished second in the \SC.T singles matches; 
Hill lost only to the invincible Mike during last 
season. Admitting that graduation look a great 
deal of talent from the team. Coach Jones is relying 
on the returning nucleus of Bill Huegele, l!a\ 
Whicker, anil Tom MacMahon to provide the 
foundation lor another successiiil tennis Hercules. 



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Baseball 



55 



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1955 IJASKI1AI.I. SKASON 



The L955 baseball season brings several sad 
memories to our minds. The High Point nine sul 
[ered throughout tin' season from inexperience 
h! I wood Maybty. anchor ol the pitching stall, was 
the only letterman returning from the 51 squad 
Willi an abundance ol rookie- the yowmen sue 
ceeded in winning onlj two and dropping eighteen 
!>oih victories came at the expense ol Guilford 
Springing to the lorelronl through the log ol defeat 
were three boys who di-plaved better than average 
talent. In spite ol a leg injur) which hampered 
his slugging ability. Bill Kiser, H.P.C. first-base- 
man, led the team in hitting with a .323 average. 



The pitching staff was bolstered b) the efforts of 

Frank Miller and Hill Huegele. Miller, pitching 
sporadically, once went twelve consecutive innings 
without allowing an earned run. "Mr. Versatility," 
Hill Huegele, was credited with both of the club's 
victories over Guilford, The true value of the 1955 
baseball season i- not clearly seen in the won and 
lost record, but in the valuable experience gained 
l>) members ol the team. Considering this experi- 
ence, the baseball future of High Point College 
appears much brighter than a glance at its record 
reveals. 



118 



Outstanding 




First row, left i" right: Pats) Cranford. Man Vlice Milbury. Faye Peedin. Second rote: Hard) Tew, David Moore 



120 



Seniors 




First row. left to rifihi: Lorrain.- MrCurn. Phil Ylowery. Man Lou Lanier. Second row: Bill Bost. Koj Dawkins. 



121 




( |> in ilii- morning 
. . . u iili some strug- 
gle. 



"'I hat hook lias to 
be here some- 
v\ here. . . ." 



\ moment at the 
bookstore to break 
t Iii- class routine. 



Senior Class 



"Beginning oj the End" 

With I'hil playing the lead, and our own 
\h. Withers as stage manager, the Class of 
'56 took its place Dii stage for this, the last 
act ol our performance. The curtain rose 
in Scptemlicr with the shout. "Look every- 
body, we're Seniors." 

We came hack this last September to 
begin the year oi promise — we were the 
Class of L956. As seniors, much was de- 
manded ol ns. and much was given — our 
time, our energy, our enthusiasm. We 
worked hard and earnestly to make a real 
contribution. We accepted our "responsi- 
ble freedom" and the positions of leader- 
ship that came with it. We started the year 
with a yen toward the luture; now we are 
casting glances over our shoulders wist- 
I'ullv envying the freshmen. 

Ours was the first (lass to realize the 
convenience oi walking any place on cam- 
pus without getting muddy feet. We saw 
the expansion of a building program which 
was to enlarge our school by lour new 
buildings and numerous improvements. 
High Point College was growing and we 
were proud to be a part of it. 

It is true that we have grumbled through 
lour years ol hard work and long hours, 
but May of 1950 will come too soon for 
most of us. But before we assume the role 
ol "has lieens" we want to express this 
once, our heartfelt thanks, to all the people 
who have made these four years possible 
— our parents, our teachers, and our class 
leaders. 

We are now alumni, parties to the Latin 
term which simply means "those who have 
gone away." And the things we do have 
an air of being "first" now. not last, and 
certainly not final. This is another begin- 
ning, perhaps the best of all. 



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I'licn boost the mo- 
rale uilli a liiu nijdil 
out. 




SeriiftA Class 



OITICKIiS. /<>/'/ lo ri/ilil: Margaret Westmoreland. Srm-tury: l>a\i<l \U.iv 
Vice-President: Man I. on Lanier. Treasurer: Phil Mowery. President. 




WILLI W! II \\IIT<>\ VLBRIGHT 

High Point. N. <:. 

//.>'. Business Administration 



FRANK M.I.IA 
Pinnacle. \. C. 
//.,s. Business Administration 
(JanliHT-W i-lili: V.-h-ran- I'lnli I: Inlramurals I. 



JAMES \l \i:>ll \l.l. ANDREWS 

Rabbins. Y C. 

/f.N. Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Alpha. CoiT.->pon<ling and Uumni Secretary :'■. I: F.B.L.A. 3. I: Tower 
Players 2, I: Intramurals 2, 3, I: Men's Chorus 2: Duke I niversit) 1. 



WILLI \\l LOSS WDItKWS 

( loncord, N. ( .. 

U.S. Business Administration 

N.D.M. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President I: Interfraternitj Council 1. Treasurer 
t: Intramurals 2. .'!. I. 



l\i:l L. i:\IIL.ol I!. II!. 
Carthage. N. C. 

U.S. Business idministration 
Pi Kappa Alpha. Hush Chairman 3. President I: F.B.L.A. 3, I: Tower Players 
2. 3; Intramurals 2, .".. I. 



JOSEPH EVERETT BEAMON. II 

iiidi I'oim. v <:. 
U.S. Business idminislratioa 

Pi Kappa Alpha; F.B.L.A. t: Choir 2; Men's Glee Club 2. 








\\ \I.TER JACK BECK 

llij-h I'.. int. V C 

U.S. Physical Education 

N.D.M., Vthletic Director .'(. Corresponding Secretary 4; J. V. Basket- 
ball I: Intramural- I. 2. .'!. 4. 



Mill 1 1 l{ LEE BLACK 

IlijJi Point, N. C. 

A.B. English 

II. A. 4; Tower Players 2. 3, I: Choir 1; intramurals 1; Radio 4; 
Dean's li-i 2. 3; Education Fraternity I; Guilford Collide I. 





J. (.'. BLEDSOE 

Dobson, N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Basketball 2. .'!. I; J. V. Basketball 1; Intra- 
murals I. 2. .i. I. 



El i;E\E ERA.\KLI\ BOLICK 
I li^ti Point, N. C. 
.-t.lt. Social Studies, Physical Education 
F.T.A. 3; Veterans Club I: Pfeifler College I, 

WILLIAM EUGENE BOST 

Greensboro, N. C. 

U.S.. A. It. Chemistry, Mathematics 

Mi. ia Chi. Secretarj I: M.S. I-'. 3; Intramurals 3; Dean's List 1. 2: 
Orchestra I. 2. 3, 1: Mar-hal 3: Order .if the Lighted Lamp 3. 4; 
Who's It ho I: Ten Outstanding Seniors 4. 

OILES <>RE\ BOWMAN' 

Asheboro. N. C. 

A. It. English, Religion 



Kappa Chi. 



w \i\i; i. brewer 

Siler City, N. C. 

A. II. Social Studies 

Si^ina I'lii Epsilon. Secretary 4: Student Government Representative 
I: F.T.A. 2. .i. 1. Treasurer 4; I.K.C. 2. 3, I: Veterans Club 1. 2: 
Education Fraternity 'i. 1. l'r.-i.leni I. 

HELEN ELIZABETH BROOME 

\urora. V C 

A. It. Religion 

Louisburg College I. 2: Alpha Delia Theta .'5. 1: Student Christian 
Council I. Vice-President I: M.S. I". :•,. I: Fellowship Team 3, 4: 
Choir I: Woman's Chorus .5. I. 



DOROTHY THOMPSON Bl NN 

Graham, N. C. 

■/./(. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi: Woman's Hall Council. Vice-President 3; Hi-Po 
Star! 3; Zenith Stall I: Alpha Delia Theta 1, 2: M.S.F. 1. 2. 3, Pro- 
gram Chairman :i: Fellowship Lain 2. Chairman 2: F.T.A. 2: Tower 
Players I. 2: Library Assistant I. 2. 3, 4. 



COt Bl ISCIIEIELI). JR. 

High Point, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 
Hand 2. 3, 1. President 4. 



ALLEN BURRUS 

Ml. Airy. N. C. 



NATHAN II. l\\\\\) 

\\ ilinin;;li.ii. I\. < .'. 

A.B. Social Studies 
Kappa ('lii 3, l: Hand 3, I: Wilmington College 1. 2. 



im'.ik iioi.mks <:\\ \d\ 



Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Lynchburg, Va, 
A.B. Social Studies 



CM VRLKS I.. CASK 



Price, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 

Veterans Club 1; F.B.L.A. I. 



V \SSO CAVAS 
High Point, N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 
Marshal 3; Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 



KVKKYN INOHAM CHAPMAN 

High Point. N. C. 

A.li. Primary Education 

Kappa Delia: Intersorority Council 2. 3; \lpha Delia Theia 1; 
B.S.I . 1. 2. 3; Tower Players 1. 2. 



BERMS LESS COCHRAN 

Draper, N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

Tan Kappa Kp-ilon: Veteran* Club 2. 3. I: Intramural* 2. 3. I. 



SARA ELIZABETH COLTRANE 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

A. II. Religion, Social Studies 

Lambda Alpha I'bi Hi-lorian 4: Hl-Po Staff 3; Zenith Staff I. Copj 
Editor: Alpha Delta Theta 1. 2. 3; M.S.F. I, 2. 3. I. Publicity Chair- 

man 2: Fellowship Team 3: Timer I'layer- I; Choir 2. I: Woman'* 
Chorus 4; Marshal 3. 



COKKXK COOK 

Kannapolis. N. C. 

U.S. Home Economics 

M.S.F. 3, 4; Student Governmenl I: Fellowship Team 3; F.T.A. I: 
Kpsilmi Sigma Omieron 3, I. Historian I: Tower Players .'!: Brevard 
College 1, 2. 



ELON SAUNDERS COOK 

Spray. N. C. 

A.B. French. English, Ed million 

Hi-Po Staff 2: ZENITH Staff 3, I. Business Manager I: M.S.K. I. 2: 
F.T.A. 1. 3, 4; I.R.C. 1, 4: Tower Players 3. 4: Tennis 3. I: Intra- 
mural* 1, 2, 3. 4; Dean's Li*l I. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club I. 




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siiiui.n i'\u: cokdki; 

Kernersvillc. Y C. 

I. H. Elementar) Education, Social Studies 

Woman's Hull Council I. Vice-President I: Zenith Staff 3; Upha 
Delta Theta I. 3, i: M.S.F. 1, 3, I. Secretar) I: Fellowship Team 
Chairman ■'■: F.T.A. I: Choir 'i. I; Woman's Chorus ■ '■■ 1: Di-an's 
l,-i I. 2. 3. 



\\\u\ LOl ISE <:<>\ 

Seagrove. V C. 

I. It. Primary Education 

B.S.I . I. 2. 3, I: F.T.A. 2, 3, I; Intramurals I; Vi an's Hall Council 

Summer School 3. 



SYLV1 \ DW\ \ <:i! VDDOCK 

Mebane, \. C. 

■I.H. Primary Education 

\l|ilia <>amma IMla. I'l.-iil.iil 2. Secretar\ .'i: InliTsororily Council 
Vice-President 2: \Ipha Delia Theta 2. .'!. Social Chairman .'!: Who's 
II lu< I; Senior Representative to Student Legislature 3? Intramurals 
I. 2. 3. 



PATS^ I \M: CR WIOI.'I) 

Denton, N. C. 

U.S. Home Economu s 

Tower Players I: Epsilon Sigma Omicron I. 2. 3. I. Secretary-Treas- 
urer 2. Vice-Presidenl 3. Presidenl I: S.C.C. 3; M.S.F. I. 2; Choir 1: 
Woman's Chorus 2. 3. I: Marshal 3; Ma> Courl 3. I: \li-s H.P.C. 
Contesl I: Ten Outstanding Seniors 1: Who's II hn \. 



k vnii! ■■ \ i.i;\ en w i:\ 

1 1 i^li Point. V C. 

■I .It. Elemental » Education 
F.T.A. 3. I: Choir 2: Zemth Business Staff 2. 



\\,\\ \\. CI! \\ I.I! 

Yadkinville. N. C. 
I.H. Primary Education 
Upha Delia Theta I: B.S.I . I: F.T.A. 1: V.S.T.C. 1, 2. 



FRED CI LLER 
High Point, Y C. 



I O ,. \\\ CULP 
Misenheimer. Y C. 
U.S. Physical Education 
M.S.F. 3. I: F.T.A. I: W.A.A. 3. I: Pfeiffer College I. 2. 



SHIRLEY EDWARD CI LPEPPER 

Newsoms, \ irginia 

I.H. Serial Studies 

Theta Chi. First Guard 2: Interfraternity Council 2: Lntramural- 

I. 2. :•', 



ROBERT TROY DARDEN 

Spring Lake. Y C. 

■I.H. Social Studies 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; F.B.L.A. I: I. V. Basketball 1; Intramural- I. 



k<n ELLIS HAWKINS 

Rockingham, N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Si»ma I'lii Epsilon, Pledge Trainer 2. C ptroller :'.. Vice-I 

-I: Sophomore Class President; Student Governmeni 

3. 4. Legislature 4; MeCullock Hall C ,il |. Pre.* 

Stafl 1. 2. 3. 4; Interfraternitj Council, Treasurer 
Tower Players I: Choir I. 2. 3; Cheerleader :;. I: 
[ntramurala 1. 2. 3, I: Marshal 3; Slate Student Legi 
Outstanding Seniors I; Who's Who I. 



rtepres 

• iilinl I 

3; V I: 
Track 
lature 3 



'resident 
tentative 
; Hi-Po 
L.A. I: 

I. 2. I: 
. I: Ten 



lil'.KMCK IMOCIAK DICKSON 

Horse Shoe, \. ( I. 

A. IS. English 

r'.T. \. I: lir.-winl Colcge I. 2. 



HERBERT DALE M\<>\ 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 

U.S. Chemistry 

N.D.M., President 4; Interfraternity Council 3: M. < lull,., k 1 1,11 
Council 4; Judiciarj Council I: Veterans Club 3. I: Brevard College 
1, 2; Who's Who I. 



sr.wi.n <;k\k ix kk 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

University of North Carolina 1. 2: Veterans Club 3, I: Vssistant 
Basketball Coach 3. I: Head Track Coach 3. I: Spoil- Program 
Director 3. 4; Dean's List. 



ki.i.kn kii;i;i;\ci; i;i.<;i\ 

Stuart, \ a. 
/./;.. U.S. Religion, Ylusic 

Lambda Alpha I'lii; lnter>ororil\ Council I; Woman'- Hall Coninil, 

President Summer Scl I 1955; Brevard College I. 2: Fellowship 

Teams 3; Choir 3. I. 



FRANKLIN hi UAL KU!Y 

Concord, N. C. 

A. II. Social Studies 

l.'c.-Mcliac Collide I. 2: Veteran- Club 3. 

COLON w \ui-; i • \i:i.<>\\ 

High Point, Y <:. 
A. II. Mathematics 



DENNIS E. I- '\l!l,o\\ 
lli^h Point, \. C. 
A.li. Social Studies 
FT. A. 3, 4; Veterans Club 2. 3. I. 



SARAH KI.IZAUKTII FOIilJIS 
High Point. N. C. 
/./;. Primary Education 
\sbury College 1,2; F.T.A. I: Dean's List 3. 



WILLIAM J. FORCl M. JH. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 
David Lipscomb College 1. 2: Veterans Club 3, I: Band 3. 





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ROBERT J\CkSO\ EKAXIEH. III. 

Louisburg. N. C. 

B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Upha; Louisburg College 1. 2; F.B.L.A. 3, I: Intra- 

mural- .i. I. 



GARLAND STERLING GAMMON 

High Point. N. <:. 

•/./(. English, Religion 

Sigma Phi Epsilon: Kappa Chi 1, 2. I: Veterans Club I. 2: Towei 
Players 2: Clioir I. 2. I. 



PHYLLIS R VE GANTT 

\\ ...I. -l...i... \. C. 

A. It. Primary Education 

Meredith Collej.-' I. 2: Alpha D.lta I Inia I: li.S.I . I: F.T.A. 4; 
I.R.C. I; Miss H.P.C. Contest 3; Dean's List 3. 



CONSTANCE HALL GRANT 

High Point, N. C. 

A.li. English, Elementary Education 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; I niversil) <>i Cincinnati 1. 2: May Court 3. 



NORM \ LEE GRAYSON 
lli-li Point, N. C. 
A.li. Elementary Education 
Lambda Alpha Phi; Education Fraternit) I. 



II NE PAGE GREENE 

Kandh-man. \. ( '.. 

A.li. Social St ittlics. Religion 

Kappa Chi 1. 2; Vcti-rans 'iluli 2. 



Brevard < lollei 



I.IWYOOI) HAKIMS 
Hirh Point, Y C. 



ROBERT K\, HARRISON 

Thomasville. \. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 



EMMA GRACE II ARTSEEE 
Mi. Holly, N. C. 
B.S. Chemistr) 
I : Charlotte I lollege 2. 



EI.ISE REBEl ( \ II \STY 
Kernersville. \. C. 
■I. II. Elementary Education 
F.T.A. 2. 3. I: Education Fraternity 4. 



LUCY ISELLE HAINES 

High Point, N. C. 
.4.11. Elementary Education 
Woman's College of U.N.C. 1; F.T.A. 3. I; Choir 2. 



ISEVERLY JAM-: IIEAYNEIi 
Vale, N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Kappa Delta, Vice-President 3, Secretar) I: Junior Class Treasurer: 
M.S.F. 2, .'!. 4; F.B.L.A. 3. 4; Tower Players 2, 3, I. 




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WALTER FREDERICK HERBERT 

Roeky Mount. \. C. 

LB. English 

Kappa Chi 3. I; M.S.I-'. •".. I: Tuwer Players .',. I; Duke I niversil) I. 



Ralph i:. honrarrier 

Granite Ouarry. N. C. 
B.S. Business Administration 
Veterans Club 2. 3. 4. 




GENE EDWIN HONEYC1 TT 

Albemarle, N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

Wake Forest College 1. 2: Intramural- 3, 4. 



JAMES R. HOOVER 
High Point, N. C. 



MICHAEL LANE LAMS 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B. Spanish, Education 



(II MILES AH IHI II JOHNSON 

High Point, N. C. 

A. II. Social Studies 

Kendall College I. 2: Student Government I: F.T.A. I: I.R.C. I: 

Veteran- Chih 3. 1; Choir 3. J: Education Fraternit) I: Program 

Chairman 4. 



FRANKLIN DELANO JONES 

Spray, \. C. 
A. II. Biology . Education 

Liu Kappa Epsilon; Interfraternity Council I: Intra trals I. 2. I: 

Education Fraternity 4. 



ALFREDO JORGE II LIAN 

Ashehoro. N. C. 
U.S.. A. II. Chemistry, liiolog) 
Georgia Tech I; Tenn. Tech 2: M.S.I . 3. I. 




,1|» 









jKlii;, l!\i KENNERL"} 



Concord, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 

Mc- 

ii nil\ 

Council 3, 1. Dance Chairman 3, President I: M.S.F. 1. 3; F.K.I. \. 
3, I. 



Lambda Chi Upha. Historian 3. I. Ritualist .1 Vice-President I: Mi 
Cullock Hill Council. Vice-President I. Proet.r 1: Inli-rfratt-mit 



MOM) KISTI.EI! 
Randleman, N. C. 



r 9 





MAin LOl LANIER 

Gastonia, N. C. 

t.ll. Religious Education 

Kappa Delta, Secretary 'i. President I: Si-niur Cla-- Tr.-a-urer; Wake 
Forest College 1: Intersororitj Council, Secretary 1: Zenith Siaf! 
3, 4: S.C.C. 3; M.S.F. 2. 3, 1; Fellowship Team 3; Tower Players 
2. 3; Intramural- 2. 3, 1: Ten Outstanding Seniors 4. 



SIDNEY FRANK LANIER 

Denton, N. C. 
B.S. Chemistry 



NDM. Treasurer 1. 





SELMA EVELYN LEDFORD 

Casar, \. C. 
A.H. Elementary Education 
Brevard 1, 2: F.T.A. I. 



JOSEPH GLASS LEE 

High Point. \. c. 
A.B. English 



.). I.KK LEMONS 

Stok.-ilale. \. C. 
A.B. Social Studies 



PATRICIA ANNE LINEBERGER 

Maiden, N. C. 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta; Woman- Hall < ..iin.il .1. 1. \ i. -.-President ,'!. President 
I: M.S.F. I. 2. 3, I; Tower Players 2. 3, 1: If ho's Who. 



HARR1 GLENN LONG. JR. 

Gastonia, N. C. 
A.B. English 
Duke University I: McCuliock Hall Council, Secretary-Treasurer 3; 
S.C.C. 3. I: Kappa Chi 2. 3. 4. President 4; M.S.F. 2. 3, 4; Editor, 
The Lamp :\: Fellow-hip Team 2. .!. I. Planning Committee 3. 4; 
lower Players 2. 3; Choir ;S. I; Stu. lent (Jmcrnmrat I. 



JACK HAROLD LUCAS 

Winston-Salem, Y C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Duke I niversity 1. 2: Veterans Club 4: Intra- 
mural- I. 



JACK FA"i McCASLIIN 

Maiden, N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Zenith Staff, Associate Business Manager I; M.S.I-'. I. 2, 3, I: 
F.B.L.A. 3, \: Intramurals 1, 2. :i. 4: Order of i !•.- Lighted Lamn 
3, 4; Marshal 3: Who's Who 4. 



DAVID ERANKLIN M.Ct I. LOCK. Jit. 

Lexington, N. * ■. 

U.S. Music 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Editor ci( Newspaper I; Student Government I: 
Choir 2. .'!. I. President I: Band I, 2. .'.. I. President .'!; Intramurals 

2. :s. I. 

HILDA LORR VINE MtCl Kin 

Cherryville, Y '.'. 

U.S. Business Administration, Psychology 

Kappa Delia. Treasurer ■'•■ Vice-President ami Pledge Trainer I; Stu- 
dent Government Secretary 4: Hall Proctor i: Hi-Po Siall 2. .!, I. 
Secretary 3. 4; Zenith SiaiT 2. .!: B.S.I . I. 2. :s. I: F.T.A. 3; F.B.L. \. 
1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter .!. Vice-Presideni I: Inner Players I. 2. :■'.: \li-- 
lli^li Point College Contest 3. I; Marshal .'!: Ten Outstanding Sen 
inrs; Who's Who I. 



WARREN l!OV McDOUGLE 
High Point, \. C. 
.1.11. Religion 
East Tenn. State College I. 2. 








DWIII II MAI. Mil KINS 

Ili-h Point, N. C. 

/>'.>'. Ph) deal Education 

Lambda Chi Alpha; F.T.A. I: Veterans Club 4: Intramurals I. 2. i. I: 
Baseball 1. 2. 3; Block "H" Club I, 2. 3. 



\l \)\\ ALICE Mil. HI in 

Dover, Delaware 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi; Student Government Representative 2. I: Wom- 
an's Hall Council, Treasurer 2: Zenith Staff. Associate Editor I: 
S.C.C. 2. 3; Upha Delia Theta 1. 2. 3; M.S.F. I. 2. 3, U Fellowship 
Team 2. 3: F.T.A. 3. I. President I: I.R.C. 3. 1; Tower Players 2. 3. 

I: Onlei (,( ihe l.ijjiird lamp .'>. I: Marshal 3: Ten Outstanding 
Seniors; II ho's It' ho 4. 



DAVID UDELL MOOIIK 

Iliyh Point, \. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, President 3; Senior Class, Vice-President; Var- 
sity Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals I. 2, 3, I: Marshal 3; Ten Out- 
standing Seniors; If ho's 11 ho I. 



ELAINE MOOliE 
Walnut Cove, N. C. 
U.S. Business 4dministration 
W.C.I .N.C. 1: Intramurals 2. 



CLIETON OMECA MOIiAN 

Jamestown, N. <■. 

U.S. Business idministration 

Theta Chi; F.T.A. 3. 4: Veterans Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, I: 
Soccer Team: Block "H" Club. 



M-MJVIN lilCIIARD MOTSINCEIi 

Winston-Salem. V <■• 
U.S. Business Administration 
Wingate College 1. 2: Wake Forest College 3. 







PHILLIP VAN MOWERY 

Guilford College. N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 

Pi K. a \lpha. Pledge Master 2, Secretary 3, Chaplain 4; Day 

Student Council. Vice-President 1; Student Government 4; Class 
Officer 2 3 I Vice-President 2. Secretary 3. President 4; Track 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2. 3. I: Ten Outstanding Senior* 4: Whos K ho 4. 




MAin ELIZABETH Ml Kim 

Gastonia. N. C. 

U.S. Music Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi; M.S.F. 1, 2, 3. U Choir. 1. 2. .3. I: Band 13. 1. 
Treasurer 1. Secretary 4; Woman'- Chorus 2. 3, I. Secretary 3. 

TIK)\I\S WDERSON NASH. IK. 
Statesville. N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

I. LEON NEWTON 
McCall. S. C. 

A. It. History 
Kappa < :h i .'.. I: l*i . — Ii\ l<-i ian Colic};. ■ 1. 2. 

\l WW K VTHERINE PAGE 

Vass. N. C. 

B.S. Home Econontit s 

Epsilon Sigma Omirrmi I. 2. 3. I. I'uhlicii\ Chairman 2. 3, 4; 
B.S.I . I: F.T.A. 3. t; Dean's List. 



i:i!\l\ JOAN PARKER 

I hail '. N. C. 

A.li. Religion, English 

Lambda Alpha Phi: S.C.C. 3; Mpha Delia Thela 1. 3. 4. Secretary 3: 
M.S.F. 1. 3. I: Fellowship Team 2. 3; Summer School Marshal 3. 
Secretary In Dean of In-lruction 2. 3: Koinonia Group 3. 4. Leader 3: 
Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 



JACK FRANCIS PARKS 

Climax. \. C. 

U.S. Health and Physical Education 

Pi Kappa Mpha, Vice-Presidenl 4. Vssistanl Social Chairman 4: 
I nler fraternity Council 3, I. Vice-Presidenl 4; Band 3; Intramurals 
3, 4; Baseball 3, I: Brevard College 1. 2. 



in in i.. I'M i, 

Piltsboro, \. G 
H.S. Business Administration 
College I. 2; Mid-Western University 3. 



V.GNES FAYE PEEDIN 

Selma. \. C. 

•/./(. Religion, English 

Lambda Upha Phi. Presidenl 3; Intersororit) Council 3: Zenith 
Mali 3, 4, Cop) Editor 3. Editor 4: Alpha Delta Theta 2. 3. 4: 
Methodist Student Fellowship 2. 3; Fellowship Team. Captain 3; 
FT.A. I: I.R.C. 3; Tower Players 3; Intramurals 2. 3, 4; Hall 
Proctor I: Miss High Poini College Contest 4; Atlantic Christian 
College 1: Sigma Pi Alpha Honorary Language Fraternity; Dean's 
List; Ten Outstanding Seniors I: Who's Who I. 



MERRILL GILFORD PERKINS 

Mi. Holly. N. C. 
A.li. Religion 
Kappa Chi 3. I: Fellowship Team 3: Hand 3. I. 



JOHN 111 l()l!l) |'K| "\\ 

High Point, Y C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Sipna I'l.i F.,,mI„„ : s.c.c. i; Is.s.l . 1. 2. .i, 1. Treasurer I. F.B.I \ 

1.2..!; Marshal ,'i. 



Kl ITS POINDEXTER 

\\ inston-Salem, \. ( :. 

.1.11. E/ementar) Education 

Lambda Chi Alpha. High Kapzra I: Veterans Club 3, I; Appalachian 
College 1. 




JEAN GRIFFITH PONS 

Leaksville, N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
\lpha Camma Delta; May Court I. 



I.Ol ANNA KAY I'KINCE 

Thomas\ ille, N. ( '.. 

A. It. Sinai/ Studies 

Mar- Hill Coll.-.- I. 2; F.T.A. .!. I: I.R.C. I; Education Fraternity I. 



JAMES WITHERS RADER 
llifih Point, \. C. 
H.S. Business Administration 
N. C. Stai.- College 1. 2. 



DONALD VANKK l.'OIIKKTS 

Ce.lar (Irmr, \. '.'. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Kpsilon. \ i< el'resi.l.-nl .'5. President I: Veterans (Hub 3: 
Intramural* 1. 2. 3, I. 



LAWRENCE ROBERT ROSS 

\\ aterbury. Conn. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller: Sm.l.ni Government I: lui.rfrater- 
niiy Council 2. .1. I. Secretary I: F.B.L.A. 2: Tower Players I: Intra' 
murals I. 2. 3, I: Spanish Club 2. 



jKRin m:mfii:li) royals 

Kernersville. N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

I'au Kappa Epsilon, I .N.C. I. 2: Intramurals I: Summer Scl 

\lar-lial !. 



JOHN MATHIAS RUFTY 

Kannapolis. N. C. 

A.B. Religion 

Kappa Chi 1. 2. 3, I. Secretary 2: Athletic Chairman I: M.S.F. 2: 

Fellowship Team 2: Inlrainural- I. 2. 3. I: Zl.Mlli Mall 2. 3. I: 

An Editor 2. 3, 1. 



KAY ISAIiKL HI SSKI.L 

Denton, N. C. 

A.B. Primary Education 

Mars Hill College 1. 2, S.C.C. Music Chairman 1: B.S.U. .!. I. 

Asst. Music Director 4. 








UFA NT K SAIXTSINC 

Tlio.na-vill.-. N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 



BETH CHRISTINE SAWYER 
Thumasville, N. <:. 
I. II. Primary Education 
Warren Wilson College 1. 2: F.T.A. I. 



HELENA SMITH 

lli^li Point, \. C. 

U.S. Wusit 

Hi I'd Staff, Music Editor '!. I: Choir I. 2. '■'.. I. President 3. Soprano 
Soloist 1, 2, 3. 1: Woman's Chorus 2. 3, 1: Mar-lial 3; Mary I.. 
'l',„iiliii-on Voi.-.' Award I: Mixed Quartet :i: Double Quartet 1. 2: 
II ho's If ho I. 



KYLE NEWTON SMITH 

Mount Airy, \. C. 

I. II. Religious Education 



SPENCER RICHARD SMITH 

Norwood. N. ( >. 

H.S. I'h ysical Education 
Veterans Club 3; Baseball 1; J. V. Basketball 1; Iniramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. 



VKYA) SOLTIIARI). J]{. 



Pi Kappa Uplia. 



\\ inston-Salem, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 



CWIII.I.E JONES STATON 
I'olklon. N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
klpha Delta Theta I: M.S.F. 3, I: Wingate College 1. 2. 



JOIIWIK I.KK STEWART 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
U.S. General Science 



I! V> MOM) CLIFTON SUMMIT 

Dallas, N. C. 

A.B. Religion, English 

Kappa Chi 3. I: M.S.F. I: Fellowship Team 3; Pfeiffer College 1, 2. 



liOREIIT HARDY TEW 

Haw River, N. C. 

U.S.. A.B. General Science, Social Studies 

N.D.M., Pr.-id.nl .',. Chaplain I: Inl.rfral.rnily Council 3; Student 

Government, President I: Clii.f Mur-lial i: Mat- Studf-nt Legislature 

I: l'ii Outstanding Seniors; Who's Who 1. 



liAlti'.M! \ ill. 1 1 i;\i.i; 

I lam ille, \ irginia 
U.S. Physical Education 

kappa Delta, Melllhei -lii|. ( li. .in I; I ' I - ill. i Collegi 1,2; \\..:n 

an's Chorus 3: Trnvrr Players '.',; W.A.A. 3, I. Presidenl I: Inter- 
sorority Council, Treasurer 4: Stmleni (Government I: Marshal -I: 
Dance Committee 3; Secretarj <>l Student Affairs Committee 1: 
Intramurals 3, I. 



BETTY ANN TYSINGER 

Thomasville, N. C. 

I. II. English 

1'lii Mu. Rush Chairman 2. Pledge Director .'!, Presidenl I: Inter- 
sorority Council 4; Tower Players 2: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4. Chief 3. I; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 1: Student Legislature I: Greensboro College I; Miss 
Hijih Point College Contest I; Ma\ Queen I. 



THOU \S J KIT Kin 1 MiKKWOOl) 

High Point. \. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Kp-ilon. Treasurer 3. Historian I; Veterans Club 1. 2: 
K.li.L.A. 1. Student Legislature 4. 



WILLIAM LOl IS I MiKKWOOl) 

High Point, .\. C. 

U.S. Business Administration 



\ eterans Club 3. 



ELMER KAY VAN COIR' 
Greensboro, N. C. 
AM. English 
Brevard College 1 ; Guilford College 2. 



\ ii;i.i\i \ \\\i w \i ki I! 

High Point. N. C. 

A.B., I1.S. English, Music 

Phi Mu. Vice-President 3. Treasurer I: Choir 3, I: Dean's List: 
F.T.A. 4. 



K\()I.O\ \\ M.I. 

Tl lasville, N. C 

U.S. Business Administration 
I.R.C. 1. 2. 3; Veterans Club 1. 2. 3. I: F.B.L.A. 2. 3, I. 

VIICKEY FRANKLIN WASHAM 

Davidson. \. C. 
U.S. Busini-Mi liluiinislriitiiin 

Student Government I: Davidson College Summer School; F.B.L.A. 

2. 3. I. Treasurer 3. 

VICKI DEAN WASHBURN 

Madison, N. C. 

U.S. Physical lulu cut ion 

Alpha Gamma Delta. Presidenl U Intersorority Council 4: Student 
Government 4: Girls' Varsitj Basketball l. 2. 3. I: Intramurals 1 2. 
3 1- W.A.A 1,2, 3. 1; Intramural Manager 3, Vice-President 4. 



MARGARET ELLEN WESTMORELAND 

Charlotte. N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta. Activities Chairman I: Senior Class Secretar) Pfeiffer 
College 1. 2; M.S.F. 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4. 






DONALD OILRERT WHITK 
Klkin. N. <■■ 
B.S. General Science 
Veterans Club 3; Eta Mu Eta :i: Gardner-Webb Junior College 1. 



THOMAS HAROLD WHITE 
Hamptonville, N. C. 
IIS. Ilu*iness Administration 
Brevard Junior College I. 2: Student Legislature 4. 



HAH RAH A OOINC WIDLNHOl SL 

lli^li Point. \. <:. 

■I.ll. Primar) Education 

Phi Mu. Secretary i: M.S.F. 1; Intramurals 1, 2. ,'i: Woman's Hall 
l Council. Treasurer .'!. 



JOK WOODHOW WIDLNHOl SE. JR. 

High Point, N. C. 

U.S. Physical Education 

Lambda Chi Alpha. Correspondent I. Historian 2. President; Intra- 
murals I, 2. .'!. I. 



JAMES DONALD WILLIAMS 
\\ inston-Salem, N. (.'. 
U.S. Business Administration 
Varsil) Basketball 3: Lees McRae Jr. College 1, 2. 



CHARLES HI CHANAN \\ I LI. IFOR D 

Fayetteville. N. ('.. 

I.ll. English 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Marshal i. President I: K.T.A. -1: Education 
Fraternity .'S. 4; Junior Class President. 



LWERNE WRIOHT 

Kallslnn. .\. C. 
.'1.11. Religion, English 

I.amlida Mpha I'lii: 1'leifler Jr. Collt-yc 1. 2: Student Government I: 
Woman's Mall Council 3, 4: Hall Pmetor .!. Head Proetor \: Zi.miii 
Stall .'i: S.C.C. I: Mpha Delta Theta 3, I. President 4: M.S.F. 3. 4: 

Fellowship Team Chairman ■ '•: Pieilfer Alumni Club. Yiee-Presidenl 
3; Who's Who. 



El OENE ME EVEN WILSON 
Draper, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 
Veterans Club '.:■. Pfeiffer Jr. College 1; East Carolina 2. 



WILLIAM RAYVON WHITE 

Lexington. .\. C. 

•I.ll. Religion 
Pallor Creers Chapel Methodist Church. 

RUBY CASHIN WRIGHT 
High Point, N. C. 

RONALD WALL 



May Queen 




Bett> Ann fysinger 



• % 



Attendants 




Pats\ Cranford 



[ean Pons 




[ackie Hoover 



I Mores Stephens 



Attendants 




(mIIiiI Ornlli 



Babs Hunlk'N 





Sylvia Shirk) 



Shirk') Yoklej 



Commencement Program 

1956 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 
12:00 Noon Senior Class Picnic President's Home 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 
8:00 P.M. Band Concert Memorial Auditorium 

THURSDAY, MAY 24 
8:00 P.M. Recital by the Music Department Memorial Auditorium 

SATURDAY, MAY 26 

6:00 P.M. Musical Program from the Tower Bells 

6:30 P.M. Alumni Dinner and Program College Cafeteria 

SUNDAY, MAY 27 

10:30 A.M. Musical Program from the Tower Bells 

11:00 A.M. Baccalaureate Sermon Memorial Auditorium 

4:30 P.M. Musical Program from the Tower Bells 

5:00 P.M. Senior Class Vesper Service Memorial Auditorium 

MONDAY, MAY 28 

9:30 A.M. Musical Program from the Tower Bells 
10:00 A.M. Concert by the High Point College Band 

Memorial Auditorium 
10:30 P.M. Graduation Exercises Memorial Auditorium 




140 



Directory 



FACULTY AND STAFF 



Miss Louise Adams, 516 North Wrenn Street, High Point 

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

Miss Katherine Anderson, High Point College, High Point 

Mr. Ralph V. Anderson, 821 Circle Drive. High Point 

Mr. Foy Annas, 1310 East Farriss Ave., High Point 

Mrs. Sarah Armstrong. 303 Steele Street. High Point 

Dr. Helen R. Bartlett. 900 Sixth Street. High Point 

Mr. Bohhy Bayne, 111 Parkway, High Point 

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

Miss Clarice M. Bowman. Ecker Apartments. High Point 

Miss Marcella Carter, 901 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Mr. H. E. Coble. 901 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Dorothy Collins, 411 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Dr. Harold E. Conrad. 911 West College Drive. High Point 

Dr. Dennis H. Cooke. 821 West College Drive. High Point 

Mr. Richard Cox. 308-B West Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Dr. E. O. Cummings, Rt. 2, Emerywood Estates, High Point 

Mr. Charles P. Daniel. 904 North Hamilton Street, High Point 

Dr. S. C. Deskins. Rt. 8, Box 374, Greensboro 

Miss Jane DeSpain, 901 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Mr. Thomas E. Dodamead, 416 Gatewood Ave., High Point 

Mr. Cecil Ebv, 1208 Rotary Drive, High Point 

Mr. James L. Eller. Rt. 1. Box 103. High Point 

Miss Ernestine Fields, 1211 Delk Drive, High Point 

Mrs. Betty Frazier. 310 Player Drive, High Point 

Mrs. Frances Gaynor. 2405 East Lexington Ave., High Point 

Mr. Wesley Gaynor, 2405 East Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Dr. Lester R. Hartsell. 2601 East Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Dr. Leopold M. Hays. 401 South Main Street. High Point 

Dr. Ben H. Hill. 1202 Cedrow Ave.. High Point 

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. 902 Rotary Drive, High Point 

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

Mr. Wayne Hoover. 807 Sixth Street. High Point 

Miss E. Vera Idol. Emerywood Court Apt. El-A. High Point 

Mrs. Virginia Johnson. 1009 Greensboro Road. High Point 

Mr. James F. Jones, High Point College. High Point 

Dr. Lew J. Lewis. 821 Circle Drive. High Point 

Dr. R. A. Lineberry, 1004 Johnson Ave., High Point 

Mrs. Lois Livingston. 901 West College Drive. High Point 

Dr. William R. Locke. 911 North Hamilton Street. High Point 

Mrs. Charlotte Locke. 911 North Hamilton Street. High Point 

Dr. Lincoln Lorenz. 3507 Parkwood. Greensboro 

Miss Winnie Luffman, 901 West College Drive, High Point 

Mr. Robert E. McDonald. 808 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Dr. James W. Moffitt. 804 Woodrow Ave.. High Point 

Dr. Frances Muldrow. William & Mary Apts. 34-B. High Point 

Dr. Clyde N. Parker. Oakwood Court Apt.. 30-C. High Point 

Mr. Arthur Paschal. 602 Gordon Street. High Point 

Mrs. Edna Paschal. 602 Gordon Street. High Point 

Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 318 South Hamilton Street. High Point 

Mrs. Kathryn Paul, William & Mary Apts.. 96-E. High Point 

Mrs. Betty S. Perry. High Point College, High Point 

Dr. Blackwell P. Robinson. 609 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Mary Robinson, 609 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Dr. C. Excelle Rozzelle. 310 West Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Mona Saunders. 400 Ridgecrest Drive. Hifih Point 

Dr. Philip Smyth. 2601 East Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Miss Rebecca Snider, 300 Lindsay Street, High Point 

Mrs. Mary C. Spurrier. 800 Carrick Ave.. High Point 

Miss Elizabeth J. Stillman, Manor Drive. High Point 

Mrs. Edith B. Walker. High Point College. High Point 

Mr. Grady H. Whicker. 1206 Cedrow Ave.. High Point 

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

Mr. Arthur B. Williams, 810 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Mr. Arthur S. Withers, 1105 Cedrow Ave.. High Point 

Miss Ruth Worthington. 114 Edgeworth Street. High Point 

Mr. N. P. "Yarborough, 1431 Wilshire Blvd., High Point 

Mrs. Myrtle B. Young. 805 West Circle Drive. High Point 

Mr. Virgil Yow. 101 West Howell Street. High Point 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
Mr. C. L. Amos. 1543 English Street. High Point 
Mr. J. Clyde Auman. Centenary Methodist Church. Winston-Salem 
Mr. Stanford R. Brookshire. P. 0. Box 68. Charlotte 
Mrs. D. S. Coltrane. 1611 Oberlin Road. Raleigh 
Dr. Dennis H. Cooke, High Point College, High Point 
Mr. Eugene Cross. Marion 

Mr. Harry B. Finch, 50 Salem Street. Thomasville 
Mr. Paul N. Garber. 404 Methodist Building. Richmond. Va. 
Dr. C. L. Cray. High Point Memorial Hospital. High Point 
Mr. Costen J. Harrell, First Methodist Church. Charlotte 



Mr. Felix C. Harvey. III. Kinston 

Mr. Horac- S. Haworth, 116 North Main Street. High Point 

Mr. J. Vernon Hodgin, 921 West Lee Street, Greensboro 

Mr. Joshua Home. Rooky Mount 

Mr. H. F. Hunsucker. Cloverdale Dye Works. High Point 

Dr. G. Ray Jordan. 1039 East Clifton Road. N. E.. Atlanta. <ia. 

Mr. G. H. Kearns 426 South Hamilton Street. High Point 

Mr. A. J. Koonce. 414 South Main Street. High Point 

Mr. Charles W. McCrary. Asheboro 

Mr. Holt McPherson. High Foint Enterprise, High Point 

Mr. Blaine Madison, Prison Dept.. Highway and Public Works 

Commission. Raleigh 
Dr. J. Clay Madison. Morganton 

Mr. F. Logan Porter. Logan Porter Mirror Co.. High Point 
Dr. J. E. Pritcharil, Asheboro 
Mrs. Katie M. Rankin. Mount Ciload 
Mr. L. F. Ross, Drawer 579. Asheboro 
Mr. William F. Wonible. Room 723, Wachovia Bank Building. 

Winston Salem 
Mr. Elliott S. Wood, Heritage Furniture Co.. 1690 English Street. 

High Point 

SENIOR MEN 

Allen. Frank. Rt. 2. Pinnacle 

Andrews. James Marshall. Box 395. Rohbins 

Andrews. William Ross. Rt 1, Box 164. Concord 

Barbour. Earl Gladstone. Carthage 

Beamon. Joseph Everette. II. 411 Gatewood Ave.. High Point 

Beck. Walter Jack. 1311 Forrest Ave.. High Point 

Black. Arthur Lee. 221 Fairfield Road. High Point 

Boliek. Eugene Franklin. Rt. 1. Box 43-A. Denbigh. Va. 

Bost. William Eugene. 332 Gorrell Street, Greensboro 

Bowman. Giles Oren. Rt. 5. Asheboro 

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

Burchrield. Coy. Jr., 310 Coltrane Street, High Point 

Burton. William Vonce. P. O. Box 54.58. Winston-Salem 

Byrd. Nathan Hooks. 4013 Wilshire Blvd., Wilmington 

Canada. Pete Holmes. 1613 Langhorne Road. Lynchburg. Va. 

Cochran. Bernie Lee, 904 North Hamilton Street. High Point 

Cook. Elon Saunders. Washburn Ave., Spray 

Cross. Charles Howard. 2210 Hassell Street. High Point 

Culpepper. Shirley Edward. Newsoms. Va. 

Darden. Robert Troy. P. 0. Box 324, Spring Lake 

Dawkins. Koy Ellis. Box 178, Rockingham 

Dixon. Herbert Dale. Box 572. Kings Mountain 

Dryden. Archie Wallace. R.F.D. 1. New Church. Va. 

Duke, Stanley Gene, 511 Broad Street, Oxford 

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

Eury. Franklin E„ Box 717. Rt. 9. Concord 

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

Farlow. Dennis Elwood. 604 Dayton Street, High Point 

Frazier. Robert Jackson. Jr.. Rt. 1. Louisburg 

Forcum. William Joseph. Jr.. Rt. 6, Winston-Salem 

Greene. June Page. R.F.D. 2. Randleman 

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

Heckard. Martin William. Jr., Rt. 1. Climax 

Hollister. William Lewis. Rl. 1. Summerfield 

Honbarrier. Ralph Evan, Granite Quarry 

Honeycutt. Gene Edwin, Box 747. Albemarle 

Johnson. Charles Arthur, 1216 North Main Street. High Point 

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

Kennerly. Jerry Ray, 61 Lenmore Drive. Concord 

Lanier. Sidney Frank. Denton 

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

Lemons. J. Lee. Rt. 1, Stokesdale 

Long. Harry Glenn. Jr.. 708 Home Trail. Gastonia 

McCaslin. Jack Fay. Rt. 1, Maiden 

McCulloch. D. Frank. Jr., Box 434. Lexington 

McDougle. Warren Ray. Clara Cox Homes (B-2l. High Point 

Meekins. David Eugene, Rt. 3. Henderson 

Moore. David 0.. 531 Oakland Ave.. High Point 

Moran, Clifton Omega. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Molsinger. Marvin Richard. Rt. 3. Kernersville 

Mowery. Phillip Van. Box 343. Guilford College 

Nash, Thomas Anderson. Jr.. 216 Davie Ave.. Statesville 

Newton. J. Leon. Rt. 1. Box 53, McCall. S. C. 

Nutt. Robert Hamilton. Jr.. 1312-A Eaton Place. High Point 

Parks. Jack Francis. Rt. 1. Climax 

Paul. Duffy Lee. William & Mary Apt. 96-E. High Point 

Perkins. Merrill Gilford. Rt. 1. Mount Holly 

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

Phillips. Robert Eugene. 1704 Knox Street. Durham 

Poindexter. Clarence Rufus. 1217 Forest Ave.. Winston-Salem 



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KaW.-r. Jaiin-s Withers. 502 West wood. High Point 

Rt-iil, Clay Ion I 114 World Am-., High l J oinl 

Ross. Robert Lawrence. 684 Wilson Stn-ei. Walerbury, (.'cum. 

Royals, Jt-ny Armhehl. Ill Pine Sln-ci. Kernorsvilh: 

Saint-ing. Bennie, Kt. 4. Box 202. Thomasville 

Smith. Kyle Newton. 820 Miuillieu Am-.. High 1'iiiiil 

Smith. Spencer Richard. Box 227. Norwood 

Southaril. Fred Anilrrws. Jr., Kl. 1, Winston-Salem 

Slew-art. Jnhnnic- Leon. Rl. !>. Win-liui-Salcm 

Summey. Raymonil Clifton, lit. 2. Dallas 

Tew, Robert Hardy. Box 325. Haw River 

I Inih-rwooil. Thomas Jellery, 520 I tinny Slreel. High Point 

Underwood. William l.oiii-. 32(1 Denny Street. High Point 

VanCourl. Elnior Hay. 1320 May Fair Ave.. Greensboro 

Wall. Knolon. Rl. I, l!ox 276. Thoinasville 

Washani. Micki-v Franklin. Box 105. Davidson 

Whilr. Donald Gilbert, r o Hotel Elkin. F.lkin 

While. Thomas Harold. Hamplonville 

Widi-nhouse, Joe Woodrow, 309 Richardson Street, High Point 

Williams, James Donald. Kt. 2. W insion-Saleiii 

SEN I OK WOMEN 
Hroome. Helen Elizahelh. Kl. 1. Aurora 
Biinn. Dorothy Thompson, Box 248. Tiny 

Chapman. Evelyn Ingram. 1205 Centennial Ave.. High Point 
Collrane. Sarah Elizahelh. 241') West Polo Road. Winston-Salem 
Cook. Mary Colene. Kl. 4.. Box 306-A. Kannapolis 
Corder, Shirley Faye. l!ox 505. Kernersville 
Cox. Mary Louise. Rl. 1. Scagrove 
Craddock. Sylvia Dawn. Rl. 4. Box 12. Mebanc 
Cranford. Patsy Jane. Rl. 3. Box 70-A. Denion 
Craven. Kathryn Lea. Rt. 2, High Point 
Culp. Foy Ann, Misenheinier 
Dickson. Bernke Imogem-. Kl. J. Horse Shoe 
Elgin. Ellen Howard Torrenee. Rl. 4. Sluart. Va. 
Forbis, Sarah Elizahelh. 106 Mayview .Ave., High Point 
Grant. Connie Hall. Emerywood Apartments. K.-1-H. High Point 
Harlsell. Emma Grace. Rt. 1. Mount Hollv 
Haynes. Lucy Belle. Rt. 2. Box 338. Higii Point 
Heavner, Beverly Jane. Rt. 2, Vale 
Lanier, Mary Lou. Rl. 2. Gaslonia 
Ledford. Sclnia Evelyn. Kl. 1. Casar 
Lineherger. Patricia Anne. Box .502. Maiden 

McCurry. Hilda Lorraine. 211 South Rudisell Street. Cherryville 
Milhury. Mary Alice. 17 Cecil Street. Dover, Delaware 
Moore. Elaine. 2)5 Centennial Ave.. High Point 
Morgan. Mrs. Treva Est ha. Rt. 4. Box 308. High Point 
Murray. Mary Elizahelh. 214 West Fourth Ave, Gaslonia 
Page, Mary Katherine. Rl. 2. Vass 
Parker. Erma Joan. Rt. 9. Box 493. Charlotte 
Peedin. Agnes Faye. Box 518. Selma 
Pons, Jean Leigh Griffith. Box 29. Leaksville 
Prince, Louanna Ray. 209 East Sunrise Ave.. Thomasville 
Russell. Kay Isahfl. Rl. 3. Box 64. Denton 
Smith. Helena. Rt. 5. Box 357. High Point 
Slaton. Katherine (.'. Jones. Rt. 2. Polklon 
Turner. Barhara Lee. Rt. 2. Danville 
Tvsinger. Beltv Ann. 210 Stone Street. Thoinasville 
Walker. Virginia Anne. 233 Montlieu Av,-.. High Point 
Washburn. Vicki Dean. Rt. 2. Madi-on 

Westmoreland. Margaret Ellen. 1324 East Blvd.. Charlotte 3 
Widenhouse. Barhara J. Going. 1206 Fairview Drive. Lexington 
Wright, La Verne W.. Box 51. Fallslon 

Jl'NIOR MEN 
Abcriielhy. John Clifford. 2147 Coiinlry Club Drive, Raleigh 
Allien. Ernest Narimh-r. 40 W arris Koail. Lahore. Pakistan 
Alhertson. Larry Dean. Kt. 5. High Point 
Albright. William Hampton. 409 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Andrews. Donald Duke. 808 W. Green Street. High Point 
Arledge. Leon Vance. 525 Flint. High Point 
Armstrong. Edward Porter. Jr.. 303 Steele Street. Higli Point 
Baker. Walter Sianley. Jr.. 1017 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Ball, Ernest Harold. 731 Spruce Street. Mooresville 
Bean. Randall Owen. Rt. 3. High Point 
Beasley. Joe Don. 12 Maple Ave.. Thoinasville 
Black. L. E.. Rl. 1. Thomasville 
Bledsoe, J. C. Rt. 2. Dobson 

Blue, Willanl Clay. Secresl Funeral Home. High Point 
Brown. Coy Lee. 2902 N. Main Street. High Point 
Bullard. Cecil Gattis. Rl. 3. Box 355. Greensboro 
Burrus. William Allen. 241 E. Poplar Street. Ml. Airy 
Case. Charles L.. Box 215. Mayodan 
Casliatt. Marvin Howard. Rt. 3. Box 133. High Punt 
Clinard. Robert Miller. 109 Miller Street. Thomasville 
Clodfelter. Jake Lawrence. 116 S. Poplar Street. Winston-Salem 
Corder. Bobby D.. Box 505. Kernersville 
Cranford, Donald Phillip. 206 E. Stewart Ave. Mooresville 



Craven, Floyd Thomas. Coleridge 
Crump. Harold. Rl. 1. Norwood 

Daniels. Franklin I). R.. 3151 Stanhope Ave.. Raleigh 
Davis, Charles Johnson. 600 W. Burton. High Point 
Davis. Donald Lo-ler. White Plains 

Davis. Harold Oetlel. 212 Mode] Farm Road. High Point 
Davis. James Alfred. 527 E. Center Street. Lexington 
Davis. Roger Franklin. Box 212. Archdah- 
Dock.-rv. Robert Olon. 2364 Fairway Ave., Winston-Salem 
Dorset l'. Carl Ellison. 331 Waughtown Road. Winston-Salem 
Durham. Frank Perkinson. Box 6. Oak Ridge 
Everett. Ronald David. 3206 Guam Drive, Tarawa Terrace 
Eveiliart. Wilhurn Kemmerer. Rt. 8, Thomasville 
Finley. Frank Alfred. 341 S. Hawthorne. Winston-Salem 
Ford. Arnold Gayle. Rt. 1. Indian Trail 

French. Luther Graham. Jr.. 408 Wand wood Ave.. High Point 
Five. Billy Kay. Rl. 1. Kernersville 

Gammon. Garland Sterling. 116 Edge-worth Ave.. High Point 
Gardner, Otis La Van. 2211 Oak Hill Drive, Greensboro 
Glenn. Archie Cunningham. 800 Lockland Ave.. Winston-Salem 
Coodson, Clay Maurice, 1833 Angelo Sirc-et, Winslon-Salem 
Gordon. William C.. 208 Prospect Street. High Point 
Gray. Billy Joe. 313' « Barker Street. High Point 
Greene. Johnson (,'.. Rt. 1. Ml. Oilead 
Hall. Jim Carlton. 1215 E. Green Street. High Point 
Hall. Luther Ronald. 818 Magnolia Street, High Point 
Harris, James Frederick. Rt. 3, Kernersville 
Harris. Linwood Alton. 226 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Herbert. Waller Frederick. 803 Sycamore Street. Rockv Mount 
Hohoinbe. Charles Alfred. Bass.-lt Road. Rt. 1. Asheville 
Hoover. James Richard. 606 Barbee Street, High Point 
Hunsiicker. Bobby Haze. Rt. 2. Box 88. Kannapolis 
Janis. Michael Lane. 2406 Williams Street. High Point 
Jam-it. Wilbur Arthur. Rt. 1. Box 97. Aslieboro 
Jenkins, Leroy Eugene. Rt. 2. Box 34. Thomasville 
Johnson. Jack Byrd. Slokesdale 

Johnson. James Wheeler. 503 Chestnut Street. High Point 
Jones, Franklin Delano. 506 Virginia Ave.. Spray 
Joyce. Janus Harry. Lawsonville 
Kearns. Donald Jackson, 119 Blair Street. Troy 
Kennedy. Phillip Addison. Rt. 4. Box 400. Thomasville 
Kesii-r. Craig Lewis. 323 Woodrow Ave.. High Point 
Kirknian. Robert Delbert. P.O. Box 2471. Greensboro 
Kislh-r. Boyd Charles. Rt. 2. Randleman 
Koonlz. Clifton Nelson. Rt. 2. Thomasville 
Lee. Leon Harvey. 115 Guthrry Apt.. Charlotte 
Lucas. Jack Harold. 727 Raii-oiiu- Road. Winston-Salem 
McMahon. Tommy Gray. 509 Catewood Ave.. High Point 
Mann. John Lemuel, 1017 S. Fayetteville. Aslieboro 
Marsh. Elmo Donald. 421-A Cobb- Street. High Point 
Martin. Bohhv Gordon. Rl. 1. Lawsonville 
Mellnik. Alexander. 74 Schiller Street. Bualflo 6. N. Y. 
Moran. Ralph Vernon. Rl. 1. Jamestown 

Mostelbr. Karl Eugene. 710 W. Central. S. Williamsport. Pa. 
Murphy. Raeford Kenneth. 709 Cox Ave., Thoinasville 
Murray. James Thompson, 1960 Maryland Ave.. Charlotte 
Neustadt. Martin Eugene. 133 Corbin PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nigh. Carl Boyd. 618 Goldfloss Sireet. Winslon-Salem 
Ninion. Joel Curtis. Rt. ]. Edgewater. Maryland 
Noble. Roy Fred. Jr.. 2717 Fairview Road. Raleigh 
Noller, Thomas Dean. 2633 Randleman Road. Greensboro 
Payne. Thomas A.. Jr.. Rt. 2. Box 381. High Point 
Perdue. Fred Austin. 17 East Colonial Drive. Thomasville 
Perry. John C. P. 0. Box 614. High Point 
Phelps. Robert Gerald. 115 Chestnut Street. High Point 
Powell. John Young. 414 North Center Street. Slatesviile 
Prillaman. Milton Reid. Stoneville 
Rawls. James Milton. 110 Dalton Street. High Point 
Rav. James Wouster, Rl. 1. Clarendon 
Ridgill. Clyde. Rl. 2. Trinity 
Roberts. Donald Vance. Cedar Grove 
Rogers. Percy Marvin. 602 Craven Street. Durham 
Rudy. John Malhias. Box 177. Rt. 2. Kannapolis 
Rule. William Howard. 821 Walker Road. Winslon-Salem 
Ruth. Wayne A.. Box 1442. High Point 

Scott. Julius Wesley. William & Mary Apartments 94-E, High Point 
Shamed. Donald Wayne. 360 "West view Drive, S. W., Winston-Salem 
Shc-lton. Grady Hassel. Jr.. Rt. 2. Madison 
Smith. Donald Moore, 1217 Adams Street. High Point 
Smithson. Rufus Miles. Jr.. Tyner 

Spears. James Rudolph. 104 East Brentwood Drive, Greensboro 
Stanton. Paul Edison. 3401 Bonlee Street. Greensboro 
Stifller. Lloyd Elwood. 616 Ray Street. Hendersonville 
Stinson. Jerry Woodford. Rt. 3. Statesville 
Strange. Lawrence Orion. 209 Roland Park Drive. High Point 
Stutts. Billy Omega. Rt. 5. Box 363. High Point 
Thomas. Cecil Ward. Jr.. 2528 Edinburgh Drive, N. W.. Roanoke. 
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Thornlon. Gerald Mitchell. 703 Summit Ave. Greensboro 

Wagner, E. J., Rt. 1, Lexington 

Wampler, Clayton Eugene. 105 Sun>el Drive. High Point 

Weavil. Max Carlton. 1220 Guyer Street. High Point 

Webster, Jack, Madison 

Whichard. Charles Harold. Winston Road, Thomasville 

White. William Rayvon. 807 Olympia, Lexington 

Williford, Charles Buchanan. 107 Slu-mian Drive, Fayotlovillo 

Wilson, Eugene Melvin, 807 Woodmw Ave., High Point 

Wilson, Paul Neal, Jr., 3150 South Main Street, Winston-Salem 

Workman, Kenneth Paul. Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Wright, Vernon Eugene, 419 Hinkle Street. Thomasville 

Young. Charles Garland. 1004 Westhrook Street, Charlotte 

JUNIOR WOMEN 
Barber. E. Christine. Rt. 4. Stalesvillc 
Barker. Betty Jean. Rt. 1. Randlenian 
Barrett. Bobbie Gay. Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 
Bobo, Sylvia Anne. 234 W. Main Street, Rock Hill, S. C. 
Browne, Vest ha Orline, Pilgrim Bible College, Kernersville 
Bundy, Jane Emaline. Rt. 2, High Point 
Byrd, Miriam Constance. Worthville 

Capps. Phyllis Anne ^ountz. 309 Oak Street, High Point 
Caui.HH. Shirley Ann. 328 E. Sprague Street. Winston-Sab-m 
Cavas, Vasso, 828 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Graver, Alayne. 817 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Deaton. Bronna Dale. Rt. 5. Asheboro 
Duncan. Robert Williams. Box 48. Pclhain 
Dunn. Helen Rae, 515 Jackson Ave.. Lexington. Va. 
Edwards. Barbara Ann. Box 175. George 
Elkins. Carolyn Joann. 2806 English Street. High Point 
Eller. Emma Jean. Rt. 1. Box 231. Millers Creek 
Eudy. Jaliala Eloi-o. 1535 \\ . Trad.- Sirec-t. Churloitc 
Fox. Sylvia Anne. 1731 Dilwotth Road E.. Charlotte 
Frazier. Betty Sue. Rt. 6, Box 238. Stalesvillc 
Gantt. Phyllis Rae. 38 Orchard Street. Wadeshoro 
Gaskins. Nancy Angeline. 1509 N. Pasteur Street. New Bern 
Gingrich, Priscilla Honor?, New Castle. Va. 
Grayson. Norma Lee. P. O. Box 293. High Point 
Hasty. Elise Rebecca, Box 229. Rt. 1, Kernersville 
Hennon. Mary Kathleen. Box 62. Pisgah Forest 
Hobhs, Mary Arlene, Walstonhurg 

Hoover, Lola J„ Lawndale Drive Extension. Greensboro 
Hoyle, Ada Wingler < Mrs. I . East Flat Rock 
Hunter, Palsy Josephine, Rt. 2, Graham 
Hutehins Fay Gelene. 106 South East Avenue. Kannapolis 
Ingram. Nancy Jean. Rt. 3. Box 37. High Point 
Isley, Mary Camille, Rt. 1, Graham 
Jarrett, Rosa Louise, P. O. Box 589. Bassett, Va. 
Kirkman, Jo Anne. 800 Hawthorne Road. Winston-Salem 
Linthicum. Delores Voncyle. Box 472. Randlenian 
Livengood. Pansy Mae. Rt. 5, Lexington 
Lucas, Nancy Jane. 913 Forest Ave., High Point 
Lytic. Shirley Ann. Rt. 1. Old Fort 
Miller Nancy. Rt. 5. Mount Airy 
Morgan. Norma Jean. Marshville 

Morrison, Barbara Anne. 608 Hawthorne Street. High Point 
Mosley. Shelln Jane. 122 Frazier. Il:-h Point 
Mullinix, Betty Jane. Rt. 1. Box 94, Troy 
Noe. Ann Paris. Front Street. Beaufort 
Noller, Cleta Mae. 2633 Randlenian Road. Greensboro 
Paschal. Frances Irene. Rt. 1. Sunimerfield 
Payne, Barbara Dean. Box 285. Rural Hall 
Pennell. Ethel Gaynelle. Rt. 2. Taylorsville 
Pugh, Jacqueline. Rt. 1. Franklinville 
Ragan. Ruby Mae. 310 Circle Drive. Fayetteville 
Ritchie. Patricia Anne. 1005 Gordon Street. High Point 
Robertson, Gladys Maye, Rt. 3. Box 148. High Point 
Rouse, Betsy Ross. Box 375. Walstonhurg 
-Sawyer. Betty Christine. Carolina Apartments, Thomasville 
Seward. Julia Reid, 606 Lindsay Street. High Point 
Shore. Hazel Ruth. Rt. 3, Yadkinville 
Smilev. Marv Ruth. 903 Fillmore St.. I a n. lihuru. V.i. 
Smith. Donna Jacquclvn. 815 Woodland Road. Stalesvillc 
Spell, Mary JoAnn, Rt. 2. Roseboro 
Stephens. Alice Delores, Rt. 2. Elkin 
Trivette, Kate Marie. West Jefferson 
Ware. Diane. 62 Hilltop Circle. Gastonia 
Whitesell. Margaret Ann. 307 Southwood Drive. Columbia 
Williamson. Doris Lane. Rt. 2. Chad bourn 
Wright. Ruby Cashion, 1310 Trinity Ave.. High Point 

SOPHOMORE MEN 

Albright. Bobby York. 409 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 
Allred. James McLean. 701 Sunset Drive. High Point 
Allred, Joseph Rankin. Jr.. 315 Boulevard. High Point 
Atwell. Paul Dean. Rt. 2. Mooresville 
Barrier, Jack Price. 6813 North Ridge Ave.. Chicago. 111. 



Beaslev. John William. 1007 Glenwood Drive. Greensboro 
Beck. Walter Clyde. 710 Park Street. High Point 
Bennett. John Kemp. 2308 Gaddv Drive. Raleigh 
Black, Kenneth Ra>. 221 Fairfield Road. High Point 
Brewer, Bemic Lee. Jr.. 1114 Ward Street. High Point 
Brewer. William Thomas. 215 Ranch Drive. High Point 
Broadway. Stanley Clay. -102 East \ onion Aw.. Kiuston 
Burgess. Colburn Randolph. General Delivery. Franklinville 
Gannon. Horace Samuel. 121 Stimpson Ave.. High Point 
Cannon. James F-. 915'i; North Main. High Point 
Carroll. Hilbert Marcus. 263 South Main. Kernersville 
Cass, John Herman. Jr., 1612 North College Park Drive. Greens 

hnro 
Chester. Harley Archie. Jr.. Box 655. Lynn Haven, Fla. 
Cockcrhani. William Roy. Jr., Rl. 1. Mount Airy 
Collins. William Leslie. 1023 Sherrod Am-.. High Point 
Complon. Joseph Woods. Box 235. Cedar Grove 
Conrad. El wood Mack. 209 White Street. Thomasville 
Craven. Paul Lanto, 1 Craven Drive. Ramsey. N. J. 
Croekott. Phil Wayne, 404 Coopman Avi-.. Greensboro 
Cunie. Laurence Stewart. Box 57. Robbins 
Dabbs. Robert Frank. 1117 Lexington Ave., Greensboro 
Davis, Gerald. Rt. 2. Trinity 

ll.uis. H.-n r \ Spene. r. Jr.. Kl. 2. CI. n ill- 

Davis, James Harold. Rt. 1, Trinity 
Dobbins. Jackson Davis. Rt. 4. Box 333. High Point 
Dorset!. Donald Raymond. Rl. 2. Thomasville 
Dunbar. Bobby Ray. 127 Pinecrest Drive. High Point 

l>/ie/\.. Acidipil Jo-eph. fl'.. Wostlioiil 

Edwards. Frazier McLean. 2705 Bedford Ave.. Raleigh 

Edwards. Har.dd Mock. Rt. 4. Thomasville 

Everharl. Alan Randal. Rt. 1. Box 105, Thomasville 

Everhart. Milton Gray. 2400 South Main. Winston-Salem 

Everhart. Von Edward. Rt. 8. Lexington 

Faulkner. Clyde Wheeler. Jr.. Rt. 4, Mount Airy 

Flynt. Aubrey Ralph. 2411 Patterson Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Foster. George Philip, 1119 Melrose Street, Winston-Salem 

Freeman. Clarence Colbert. Jr.. Johiisonlowu Road. Tlnmiasville 

Frye. Donald Edison. Rl. 4. Mount Airy 

Frye, Janus Gray, Rt 4. Box 752. Greensboro 

Fulp, Charles Johnson, 204 Cox Ave.. Thomasville 

Fulp. Ronald Owen. P. O. Box 295. Airhdah- 

Furr. Alva Roger, P. O. Box 385. Norwood 

Galley. Theron Taylor. 3604 High Point Road. Croenshoro 

Gardner. Brice Earl. 700 Franklin Blvd.. Greensboro 

Gardner. Rossi,. Garnet, 3006 Kivett Drive. High Point 

Gardner, William Raymond. Rt. 3. Box 468. Mount Airy 

t,a-'kill. \liieil Howe, -ill! N'orrb Siinin.-r, Selma 

Catling. Robert Lee, 221 Calling Street. Ahoskie 

Gray. Harold Gilmer. 282 Tarhoro Street. Rocky Mount 

Greene. Emory Lane. 505 Rockspring Road. High Point 

Hall. Bobby Huston. Lawsonville 

Hartley. Hoyle Travis. Jr., 1810 West Rotary Drive. High Point 

Hartley. Thad Kerr, Rt. 5. Lexington 

Hartsell. Claude Jacob. 607 Easl Main. Albemarle 

Hendrix. T. R.. Jr.. Trinity 

Hill, Hubert Leon. Rt. 3. Thomasville 

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

Holbrook. Herbert Howard. 302 Louise Ave.. High Point 

Honeycutt. Billie Wayne. Rl. 1. Stanfield 

Huegele. William T.. 332 S. W. 22nd Street. Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 

Hughes. Arlvn Ray. Rt. 5, Mount Airv 

Hunt. David Bryce. Rt. 2. Thomasville 

Key. George W.. Norwood 

Jackson. Wilbur Ivan. 810 West Fourth Street, Ayden 

Jeffers. Frank Arthur. 2805 Central Boulevard. High Point 

Jones. Lloyd Dale. 905 Asheboro. High Point 

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

Kennedy. Carl. Rl. 2. Box 156. Trinity 

Kiser. William D.. Box 57. Germanlon 

Konkle. William Arthur. Cre-twood Park. Rt. 6. High Point 

Leonard. Carroll Long. 215 Martin Street. Lexington 

Leonard. Coy Briggs. Box 21. Rt. 4. Lexington 

Livingston. Luther Wakefield. Jr.. Rt. 6. Box 459. Statcsville 

Llovd. Don Burnham. 302 Grav Street. Thomasville 

Long. Robert Eugene. P. O. Box 14-12. High Point 

Lucas. W'illiam Ronald. Rt. 5. Asheboro 

Lyndon. Bobby Shaw. Rt. 2. Trinity 

McKnighl. Hugh Morris. 1319 Forest Ave.. Winston-Salem 

McLean. Thomas Colon. 231 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

MeLeod. Bobby Vernon. 802 Arhordale Drive. High Point 

Macon. Fred Keith, Rt. 3. Greensboro 

Martin. Leonard Darnell. I.aw-onvillc 

Miller. Frank Reitzel. Rt. 2. HilUboro 

Moore, lleiirv Walton. Bo\ 373. Hill-horn 

Mullican. Noble Pearce. Jr.. 1831 \cademy Street. Win-ton-Salem 

Murray. Donald Dixon. 1960 Maryland Ave.. Charlotte 

Mvers, David Luther. Rl. 4. Thomasville 



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Nance. Carl Hudson. Ri. 3. Thoina-\ille 

Nelson. Rogers Lee. 15H Dohson, Klcm. -rs\ ill;- 

Osborne. Murphy Morgan. 261 Surr> Am-.. I'.lkin 

1'axlon. Murray K.-imelh. Smyre Slali.ui. Caslnniu 

Pi'mk Arnold Cray. 101 Oaklan.l An-.. K.rii.-i -vill.- 

P.-nry. Hrrhrrt Talmadge. Box 67. Soiilhni.uil 

Peters, Kre,l Arnold. 120.'! W.-I Burton. High Point 

Peterson, .lather Luliy. Jr., Box 217. Vanc.-boio 

I'harr. Robert Recce. 231 Maple Am-.. Slulc-vill.- 

Pierce. John C. 11-1 Maple Aic, Thomaswlle 

Place. William Milton. Rt. 1. Louisburg 

Pope. Orn.T Nicholas. Jr.. 4229 Oaklan.l Ave.. Greensboro 

PowelJ, Jack .Arnold. 441 West L.xiiiftl"" **•'■■ Hijili Point 

Poyner. Walter Martin. Jr.. Moyock 

Pruitt. Dennis. 601 Fairmont Street, Greensboro 

Reavis. James H.. 308-G Cecil Apartments. Hifili Point 

Riddle. Gene Arden. 306 Oak Street. Kannapolis 

Rierson. John Wyall. .'(035 Gilmer Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Rose. Mark Spurgeon. Jr.. 73 Park Blvd.. Winston-Sab-m 

Safril. I.eon, 174 Textile Street. 1 1 i-ili Point 

Scott, Robert Cray, 335 East Sprague. Winston-Salem 

Sere.pie. Arthur Forsyth. Jr.. 2» Cheslnul Street. Sheltou. Conn. 

Shelton. Roger A Kin. Rt. 4. Mount Airy 

Shelton. Thomas William. l!ox 361. Murphy Street. Madison 

Shreve. James Hvjiftif, Jr.. Box 483. Mayodan 

Shufelt. Edwin Herl.eri. 1208 D.Ik Drive. High Point 

Shuh-r. Ramlall Thomas. 206 Leonard Street. Thomasville 

Simpson. Hilly Hayes, l!ox 45, lioonvillc 

Simpson. Carlton Eugene. 815 Ea-t "D" Street. Kannapolis 

Sink. James Ardell. Rt. 3. Lexington 

Sink. Woodruff Franklin. 2415 Mapl.woo.l Am-.. Win-ion-Saleiu 

Skein. Joseph Tliomas. Jr.. 3200 South Main Street. High Point 

Smith. Daniel Astor. 9155 Springfield Ave.. High Point 

Smith. James Edward. Rt. 2. La Orange 

Smith. James Lemons, Jr.. Rt. 6. Box 814. Charlotte 

Smith. Robert Hurdle. Jr.. 806 Sunset Drive, High Point 

Smith. Royee Eugene. Rt. 3. Adamsville, Goldshoro 

Snyder. Robert Clifton, 2356 Fairway Ave., Wlnsloii-Saleiii 

Starnes, James Allen. 460 College Street. Mooresville 

Starnes, Theron Paul. 1018 West "A" Street. Kannapolis 

Slepp. Ravenelle Cornelius. Children's Home. Winston-Salem 

Stewart. William I.eRoy. Jr.. 906 Bridge- Street. High Point 

Stirling. Buford Kyle. 12 Village Court. I'.irmingbam. Ala. 

Swaringen. David Dale. 1315 Parkway Ave.. Charlotte 

Terrell, Giles Oldham. Main. Yanceyville 

Thornton. Joseph Pope. 29 West Sprague Street. Winston-Salem 

Tucker. Harry T.. Rt. 1. Box 3. Madison 

Tyson. James W f illiam. Rt. 1. Stanlonshurg 

Utley, James Games. 3817 Walker. Greensboro 

Veach. Norman Wayne. Rt. 1. High Point 

Vestal. Billy Curtis. 515 Summit Ave., (ireeiishoro 

Waitman. Larry Bolton. Rt. 5. Lexington 

Ward. Walter Lee. 922 South Cox Street. A-hebi.ro 

Warner, Braxton Ingram. 1208 Woodland Drive. High Point 

Warner, Herbert Glenn. 311 Barnwell Street. Thomasville 

Watkins. Waller Eugene. 3627 South Main Street. Winston-Salem 

Watson, Harold Ray. 502 Creek Ridge Road, Greensboro 

Wicker. Raymond Spencer. Jr.. 113 Colleton Road. Raleigh 

Wilkes, Lawrence Frank. 215 lUvharrie Street. A«hi'lioru 

Wilkinson. Larry Dale. Rt. 6. I!..x 412. Charlotte 

Wilson. James Richard. Bethe*da Strict. Aberdeen 

Workman. Donald Clifton. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

York. Henry Johnson. Jr.. liox 1052. High Point 

Young. Bobby Gray. 4030 Robin Hood Road. Winston-Salem 

Young. Doyne Jackson. 109 Chestnut Drive. Beaufort 

SOPHOMORE WOMEN 
Bailey. Mania Anne. Penland 
Barrier. Toby Lane. Box 207. Independence. Va. 
Black. Margaret Rae. 524 Hamilton. High Point 
Brock. Sydney Adelia. Box 163. Trenton 
Bryan. Doris Rose. Vanceboro 
Butt, Nancy Sue. Bakersville 

Cannon. Bobbie Anne (Mrs.). 915'.'.. North Main. High Point 
Cavanaugh. Elsie Marie. Rt. 1. Jacksonville 
Crews. Nancy Gail. Rt. 6. Winston-Salem 
Deal. Beverly Ann. 404 South Street. Ca-tonia 
Doty. Berma Fay. 1269 Rookledge Drive. IWkledge. Fla. 
Drum. Naomi Ruth. Rt. 2. Newton 
Eagle. Carolyn Jean. Rt. 4. Thomaswlle 
Filler. June Fa ye. 405 Bay Street. Lynchburg. Va. 
Ellerhe. Carol Ann. Ellerhe 

Ellington. Martha Wilson. 608 Sunset Driu-. Hivh Point 
Fain. Elaine. 659 Central Ave.. Leaksville 
Fowler, Anita Jeanne. 1000 Ninth Main Am-.. Newton 
Freshwater. Waynona Sue. Rt. 2. Mebane 
Garner. Julia Anita. Rt. 2. Box 212. S.-agr.ne 
Gobble. Helen Fa ye. Rt. 1. Linwood 



Grolh. Carol Jolee, 117 Chestnut, Lexington 

Gunn. A vie Anne, R(. 2. Kenbridge. Va. 

Harper. Barbara Jean. 300 Carter Streel. High Point 

Harrington. Belly Jo. Rowland 

Harris. Barbara Ann. 208 Walker Ave., Asheboro 

Harris. Kdna Louise. Box 33, Macon 

Hastings. Carolyn Mae. Rt. 1. Box 31, Kernersville 

llauser, Patricia Louise. 100 Sunview Street, High Point 

Hay wnil h. Peggy Ann, 701 East Commerce. High Point 

lledgecock, Betsy Ruth, Wesl Homestead Ave.. High Poin( 

lledrick, Barbara Ann. Rt. 1. Box 360. Lexington 

Hohbs, Palsy Ann. 205 liotfian Street. Kannapolis 

Hidden. Jacipielyn Ehneda, Box 725, Aberdeen 

Holling-worth. Cora Anne. 807 Carrick Ave., High Point 

Holmes. Margan-i Louise. Box 40, Rt. 1, Bolton 

Hooks. Palsy Jane. Rt. 3. Matthews 

Huntley, Barbara Ann, 4301 Monroe Road. Charlotte 

Jones, Nellie Mac Box 17. Clumpier, West Va. 

Joins, Shirley Loveline. 706 Riverside Drive, Lynchburg, Va. 

Jordan. Patricia Lou, 120 Briggs Ave. High Point 

Kearns, Norma Jane. 1031 We-I Salisbury. Asheboro 

Kerr, Anne Elizabeth. 424 Spring Street, Mount Airy 

Lanier. Joi-lla Pearl. Rt. 1. Thomasville 

Lanyon. Marian Marcluiia. 1425 Sheridan Street. Winter Haven. 

Fla. 
Long, Virginia Nell, Rt. 1, Clarendon 
Lord. Belly Ann. 202 Colonial Drive. Thomasville 
l.titz. Jo Ellen. Rt. 3. Lawndale 

Lynch. Marguerite Jean. 1626 Rotary Drive. High Point 
Miller. Shirley Anne. 210 Lindsay. High Point 
Mize. Patricia Christine. Box 5024. Daytona Beach. Fla. 
Morgan, .luanila Doris. 310 Ridgecrest Drive. High Point 
Morris. Peggy Love. Rt. 3, Reidsville Road, Winston-Salem 
Nifong. Shirley Louise, Rt. 2, Clemmons 
Oakley. El-ie May. 105 East Jackson Street, Mebane 
Overhy. Sylvia Kay. 819 Pine Circle Drive. High Point 
Perry. Sue. Rt. 1. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 
Phillips. Hazel Starrelt (Mrs. I. 505 Wes( 14(h Street. N. E., 

Winston-Salem 
Phillip-. Joan Cecile tMrs.i. 611 Jeanette Street. High Point 
Push. Gladys Louise. Rt. ]. Franklinville 
Rak.-siraw. Helen (Carolina. Box 123. Stoneville 
Revnohls. Ruth Evelyn. 523 Delaware Street, New Castle, Delaware 
Ridge. Rulhie. Box 517. Hillsville. Va. 
Robinson. Christine Navada. Box 32. Rt. 3. Galax, Va. 
Rufty. Sarah Jean. Rt. 4. Lincolnton 
Rumley. Jo Anne 306 Grove Park Ave.. Winston-Salem 
Rutherford. Harriet Anne S.. 815 East Farriss Ave.. High Point 
Sabalini. Ruth Audrey. 443 Howe Ave.. Shelton. Conn. 
Seehresl. Linda Anne. Rl. 1. Jamestown 
Shelton. Maltha Katherine. 511 DeSola Ave.. Kannapolis 
Sherrill. Palsy Anne. East Broad Streel. Statesvilh- 
Singleton. Phyllis Jannell. 210 North Charles Street. Roxboro 
Sloan. Betty Lambeth, 607 Oak View Road. High Point 
Smith. Ellen Jane. Rt. 5. Gohlsboro 
Smith. Jewell Evelyn. 116 Springfield Ave.. High Point 
Smith. Patricia Faith. South West wood Road, Ansonia. Conn. 
Stafford. Sarah Elizabeth. Lewisville 
Stallings. Mariani June. Box 25. Whitnel 
Strange. Rhonda Karen. Smyre Station. Gastonia 
Teague. Henrianna. 634 West Green Street, High Point 
Templet. m. Betty Rose. C. M. R. 544. Box 486. Charlotte 
Thornhill. lane Louise. 923 East Boulevard. Charlotte 
Tomlieiliri. Betty Ross. 22 Beaver Drive. Asheville 
Tucker. Frances Juliana. Rt. 1. Lawsonville 
Wall. Sarah Jane. 207 Lindsay Streel. High Point 
Ward. Judith Tod. I. Rt. 3. Mocksville 
Wikon. Barbara Elizabeth. 404 North Drive. High Point 
Wilson. !• ranc.s Louise. Ranlo Station. Gastonia 
Wilson. Nancy Jo. Rt. 1, Suninierfield 
"loung. Man J„. Ii a ],l ,;,,.,. |, 

FRESHMAN MEN 
Afendis, Sl.-veu .lame-, 2408 Ditmars Blvd.. New York. N. Y. 
Alexander. Terry Renn. Jr.. 415 Tate Street. High Point 
Anderson. Glenn Elwoo.l. Jr.. 1512 Canterbury Road. Raleigh 
Ashhuni. Toby Eugene. 125V-; West Miller Street. Asheboro 
Alkisson. Albert Carol 1. Brookwoo.l Apartments 23-C. Burlington 
Aunian. Lester Way. Jr.. 113 Julian Ave.. High Point 
Ayers. Robert Ray. Suninierfield 
Barber. Frederick Ray. Jr.. Rt. 4. Statesville 
Bea-l.-y. John Brasdell. Main Streel. Randleman 
Beauchot. Maury Franklin. Monroeville. Indiana 
Beck. Harold Dean. Box 227. Arch.lale 
P.e.son. Elmer Watson. Rt. 1. Sophia 
B.-nfi.-l.l. Jack Monroe, 734 South College Ave., Newton 
Bingham. Raymond Curtis, Rt. 3. Asheboro 
Black. Jimmy Ronald. 716 Trotter Street. Thomasville 



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Bowers, Donald Ray, 213 Griclar, High Point 
Bowles, Arthur Monroe, 3296 New Greensboro Road. Winston- 
Salem 
Brady, William Crowson, 332 Ennis Street, High Point 
Brantley, Benjamin Albert, Jr., 606 North Pollock Street, Selma 
Brewer, Charles Torbert, 455 South Spring Street. Concord 
Brown, Carl Hutson, 309 Kennedy Street, High Point 
Brown, Clarence Wayne, Colfax 

Burns, Thomas Alexander, Jr., 203 Ridgecrest Road, Asheboro 
Busbin. 0. M„ Jr., 316 West Gore Ave., Orlando, Kla. 
Byrd, Douglas Leon, 4013 Wilshire Blvd., Wilmington 
Calloway, William Rodney. 2633 South Main Street. Winston- 
Salem 
Campbell, Kenneth Allen. 507 Prospect Street. High Point 
Carter, Henry Samuel. 2517 Woodville Street, Winston-Salem 
Carter. Melvin Mitchell, 1848 Cedrow Ave.. High Point 
Caudle, Ollie "Mickey" Reed, 502 North East Ave.. Kannapolis 
Chapman, Ronald Eugene, Rt. 3. Taylorsville 
Chilton, Melvin Kenneth, 219 Virginia Ave., Draper 
Clark. Mitchel Lee, Box 272, Beaufort 
Clinard. Dudley Burton. 608 Oak View Road. High Point 
Cline. James Wingate, Rt. 2. Thomasville 
Connell, Bobby Dearmond. 2211 Walker Ave., Greensboro 
Cook, Ausbin Q.. Apartment 4H. Sunnyside Homes. Winston-Salem 
Cook. Donald Random Children's Home, Winston-Salem 
Cook. George Daddison. 809 East Lexington. High Point 
Cornell. Gary Stiles, 89 Pleasant Street. North Attleboro. Mass. 
Cox. Walter Carson. 1217 Cassell Street, High Point 
Crook, Cletus Beatrix, Jr., 240 North Fourth Street. Albemarle 
Culler, Oscar L., 3710% North Main Street, High Point 
Darr, Jackie G., 833 East Devonshire, Winston-Salem 
Davenport, John Louis. Box J. Elizabethtown 
Davis, Charles David, Rt. 3, High Point 
Davis, Jack Andrew, Rt. 2. Clenimons 
DeLapp. Leonard Harold. 706 Grace Street, High Point 
Delk. Adrian Briggs, Rt. 2, Lexington 
Denny. Isaac Lewis. 721 Bridges Street. High Point 
Dial, Steve Clifford. Box 97. Landis 

Dixon. Charles Roy. Jr.. 623 North Endor Street, Sanford 
Dorset!. Robert Wallace. 321'/ 2 Richardson Street, High Point 
Dyson, Ernest Charles, 112 Burkhead Street. Whiteville 
Eanes, George Thomas, Rt. 4, Thomasville 
Elliott. Robert Louis, 1009 Delaware Ave.. Durham 
Faust, Charles Leo. 3433 Rosemont Ave., Winston-Salem 
Felker, James Wiley, Rt. 3, Kernersville 
Fletcher, John Edward. 2316 Sunnyside. Winston-Salem 
Formyduval. Willard Randolph. Nakina 
Gansman. John Francis. 1402 Forrest, High Point 
Garnett, James Earl. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

George, Donald Franklin. 202 Clayton Street, Winston-Salem 
Gilbert, Richard Leslie. 1618 Marion Street. Greenslioro 
Gordon, David Morris, 610 English Street. High Point 
Green. Kenneth Tice. 306 Ennis Street. Hiah Point 
Greene, William Ray, 505 Rockspring Road, High Point 
Greenway, James Perry, 515 Decatur Street, High Point 
Groome, Billy Arnold. Rt. 1. Thomasville 
Gwyn. Granville Gibbs. 220 Hylton Street. Mount Airy 
Hale, Robert Lee. Salem Road. Walkertown 
Hall. Elmer Odell, Rt. 2. Elon College 

Hallman, Harvey Richard, 2319 Edgewood Ave.. High Point 
Hamilton, Warren Edward, 15 Magnolia Street, Newington. Conn. 
Haney. Kenneth Gerrald, Rt. 1. Gibson 
Hanner. John Edward, 420 High Point Street. Randleman 
Harris, Robert Gentry. 505 East Second Street. Ayden 
Harris. Thomas Elwood, 411 Randolph Street. Thomasville 
Hauser, William Hamilton, Steward Road, Pfafftown 
Haynes, Bruce James, 410 Council Street. Thomasville 
Hazzard, Frank, 2333 English Street. High Point 
Hedden. Edward Lee, 1101 Glen wood Ave.. Raleigh 
Hilton. Donald Lee. Rt. 4. Box 190. Thomasville 
Hodges. Paul Forrest. Rt. 2. Box 431, Clinton 
Huff, Joseph Dixon, 130 East Homestead Ave., High Point 
Hughes, Zenith Gregg. Rt. 2. Trinity 

Hufin, Charles Brinkley. 2505 North Fayetteville Street. Asheboro 
Hunt, Bobby William, Box 3310, New Greensboro Road, Winston- 
Salem 
Idol. Weldon Avery. Rt. 1. Kernersville 
Jarvis. Clifford Wade. 800 Meredith Street. High Point 
Jenkins, Bennie Ray. 1519 Byrum Street. High Point 
Jenkins. Robert B.. 301 Hillside Drive, Lexington 
Jobe, Frederick Donald, Rt. 2. Mebane 
Johnson, William Clarence, Box 162, Star 
Jolly. Lee Ray. Stony Point 
Jones, Wesley Charles. Bolton 

Jones. William Kenneth. 1516 Kanawha Ave.. Dunbar. West Va. 
Joyce. William Howard, Jr.. Rt. 3. Box 260. Greensboro 
Joyner. Elmer Lee. 207 Kelly Street. High Point 
Kay, Jerry Ray, 303 Park Street, High Point 



Kerr, Paul Douglas, 915 Tate Street, High Point 
Kim, Choongky, No. 182-2 Keanhundong. Chongnoku, Seoul, Korea 
Kirby. Everctle Eugene, Rt. 3, Box 316. Stateswlle 
Kirkman, Grover Cleveland. Jr.. 1024 Willowbrook Drive, Greens- 
boro 
Lain. James Ray, 402 Shady Lane, High Point 
Lane. Albert Samuel, Pinnacle 
Lawrenson, William Howard, 97 Garden Road. Pompton Lakes, 

New Jersey 
Lealherwood, William Edward, Rt. 3, Waynesville 
Levina. Donald Kerr. 923 Gordon Street, High Point 
Lewis, James Clyde. 526 Julian Street. Greensboro 
Livrngood. Gerald Winston, 4030 Roliinbood Road. Winston-Salem 
Lloyd, Glenn David, Rt. 8, Sanford 
Loflin, Max Gordon. 114 Eugene Street. High Point 
Loftis, Thomas Edgar, 301 East Graham. Mebane 
Loinax. Billy Wayne. 315 Kendall Street. Thomasville 
Lyons. Dennis Lloyd, Rt. 2, Clenimons 
McCee. Donald Harding, Rt. 2, Box 218. Kernersville 
MeCee, William Claude. Jr.. Tohaccoville 

McKnight. Ernest Penn. 2110 Freeman Street, Winston-Salem 
Macintosh, Elwin Lee. 3008 West Street. S.E.. Washington, D. C. 
Madison. John Talton. 1105 Thissell. High Point 
Martin. Davis Lee, 111 Maple. Thomasville 
Mason. Richard Burnett. 1447 Oak Ave.. High Point 
Michael. Bobby Ray, Rt. 4. Box 332. Thomasville 
Minor. James Gray. 306 Tucker Ave., Winston-Salem 
Misenbeimer, Joe Alexander. 2107 East Green Street. High Point 
Montgomery. Wade Hampton. Jr., 920 Tucker Street. Burlington 
Moore, William David. 311 Wrightenberry Street, High Point 
Moss, Aaron Ward, 18 Bessemer Road, Gastonia 
Moss. Paul Elliott. 246 Crestwooil, High Point 
Molsinger. Eugene Carr, Box 144, lioonville 
Myrick. Fairrell Dextil. Box 613. Aberdeen 
Nelson. Robert Lee, 806 Virginia Ave.. Sprav 
Newkirk, William Preston, c/o C. B. Newkirk. Willard 
Nifong. Gordon Dale. 1834 Brantley Street. Winston-Salem 
Odom. Daniel Rollins. 1415 Long Street. High Point 
Parhain. Jennings Warren. 3113 Triangle Lake Road. High Point 
Parish. George William, Jr., 1514 Elwood Ave., Greensboro 
Parker, James William, Trollinger Road. Asheboro 
Parker. Samuel Joshua. Hurdle Mills 
Parks. Richard Donald. Archdale 

Perrish. James Justice. 189 Rodenhammer Street, Kernersville 
Pendry. Luther Mahlon. Rt. 2. Box 166. High Point 
Penland, Johnny William, Rt. 2. Candler 

Pennewell. William Scott. Jr.. 26 North Street, Onancock, Va. 
Phillips. John Bennett. Box 325. Boonville 
Price, Elmer Willard. Jr., 1105 North Main Street. High Point 
Proctor. Raymond Milton. 2013 Wilson Street, Durham 
Rapp. Henry Gaston. 12 Park Ave.. Thomasville 
Redding. Hugh Sherrill, 3678 Cornell Blvd.. Winston-Salem 
Rhoades. Dewilt Eugene. 1405 Belleawood, Winston-Salem 
Richardson. Kent Ray, 415 Patrick Street. Leaksville 
Ritch. James Gwyn. 627 West Lexington Ave.. High Point 
Roberts, Jim Wright. Rt. 1. Stokesdale 
Roberts. John Kirk. 829 Circle Drive. High Point 
Robertson. Jessie Wayne. 1009 Greensboro Road, High Point 
Rogers, William Ray, Taylorsville 
Rose. James Douglas. 75 Park Blvd.. Winston-Salem 
Roberson. John Lawrence. 1114 Gregory Street. Greensboro 
Rutledge. William Franklin. 110 Moore Street. Thomasville 
Sawyer. Robert Lawrence. 2301 East Green Street, High Point 
Schram. Charles Ian. 938 Crestwood Drive. High Point 
Scott. Francis Barkes. 73 Market Street. Onancock. Va. 
Scott. James Kay, Apartment A-3, Sunnyside Homes. Winston- 
Salem 
Sechrest. Larrv McCov. Rt. 4. Box 309. High Point 
Sellers. Donald Manley, Rt. 2. Box 277-A. Leland 
Sexton, John Edgar. Garland Street, Winston-Salem 
Sherrer. Fred Raymond. 431 Friddle Street, High Point 
Shore. Benjamin Henry. 3111 Konnoak Drive. Winston-Salem 
Siceloff, Joseph Benjamin, 1932 Hinshaw. Winston-Salem 
Sifford. Wyndell, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 
Stillmon. David Wilde. Rt. 1. Greensboro 
Sisk. Charles Wesley. Rt. 5. Morganton 
Smith. Boyd Gerald. Rt. 1. Box 136. Lexington 
Smith. Edward Baxter. Jr.. 201 West Mountain Street. Kernersville 
Smith. Reginald Avery. 247 West Ave.. Lenoir 
Smith. Robert E.. 1836 Cedrow Ave.. High Point 
Solomon. Sidney Nolan. 204 Linden Street. Kannapolis 
Speight. Clegg Duboise. 72 West End Blvd.. Winston-Salem 
Speight. Robert Dale. Children's Home. Winston-Salem 
Spencer. Ted Lee. Lawsonville 
Squires. Douglas Ray. Rt. 1. Kelly 
Stainey. Billy Wayne. 110 Woodlawn Road. High Point 
Steele. Gordon Lee. 605 Willowbrook Street. High Point 
Stevens. Willis Roswell. Jr.. 209 F.a>t Seventh, Lumberton 



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Slracler, Hassel Cray, Walkertown 

Stutls. Clyde Curtis, Slar 

-Suggs. Bobby Clyde, Rl. 3, Box 185. Thoniasville 

Surratt, Harold Allen. 912 Charlotte Street. High Point 

Surratt. Howard Young. 504 Fisher Kerry, Thoma>ville 

Swaim, Argus Barker. Rl. 2. Randleman 

Swiggett, Paul Larry. Rl. 5. High Point 

Tate, James Vernon, 209 Waco Road. Kings Mountain 

Taylor, Francis Stuart, 111, 4819 68lh Ave.. Woodlawn, Mil. 

Taylor, Robert Brown. 617 Shepherd. Durham 

Taylor, Roy Arthur. Augusta. Kentucky 

Tew, Lelmon Kenneth, Box 1282. Southern Pines 

Trevarthen, Albert Russell. Sherman Ave.. Vim-land. New Jersey 

Trogdon. Teddy Bruce. 101 Greenlawn Drive. Asheboro 

Tucker, Billy Ray, 306 Anhurst Street, High Point 

Voncannon. Fred Lewis. 1209 Bull Street, Greensboro 

Walker. Thomas Estil. 501 East Lexington. High Point 

Wamplcr, Norma Walter. 105 Sunset Drive, High Point 

Ward, James Kenneth, Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Warren. Billy Charles. 1841 North Main Street, High Point 

Watson, Charles Lee. 121 West Columbus, Whiteville 

Weaver. Bobby Lloyd. Rt. 4, High Point 

Wen, TianKoo. Djalan Djawa 62A, Djakarta. Indonesia 

White. Hugh Samuel. Box 108. Carolina Beach 

White. James Dale, 110 Hilton Ave., Durham 

Whitlock. Dwight Edward, Jr., 825 West 6lh Street. Winston- 

Salem 
Wienberry. Bobby Lee. 504 Sunset Drive. High Point 
Williams, Charles Ashhurn, Rt. 5. Lexington 
Williams. Clarence Ray, Box 302, Star 
Williams, Kenneth Wayne. Virginia Ave.. Spray 
Williams. Robert Edwin. 615 Wesley Plain. High Point 
Williard, Roger Alva. 1256 Waughtown Street, Winston-Salem 
Willson. James Gary, Rt. 1. Box 5, Keysville, Va. 
Wilson, Larry Lewis, Rt. 6, Box 91. Greensboro 
Wolfe, Ralph Milton, Jr.. 1025 Nancy Lane. Winston-Salem 
Yarborough, Dewey Leonard, Rt. 8. Jonesboro Heights Station. 

San ford 
Younger. Harold Floyd. 519 West Green Street. High Point 
Younts. Harold Leon. 515 Broad Street, Thoniasville 
Zambrana, Benjamin Franklin. Cajon 9. La Paz. Bolivia 

FRESHMEN WOMEN 
Adams. Maggie Lean. Ill Chrysler. Kannapolis 
Adkins. Margaret Ann. 1205 Kenilworlh Ave.. Charlotte 
Ayers, Barbara Ann, Rt. 1. Stuart, Va. 
Ballard, Patti Jean. Rt. 3. Kernersville 
Beam. Patricia Ann. Rt. 1, Cherryville 
Beeson. Lola Sue. Rt. 1, Sophia 
Beeson, Nancy Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Sophia 
Boone. Ruth Helen, Rt. 3. Waynesville 
Briggs. Linda Lou, Rt. 6. Lexington 
Brooks. Betty Jean, Timherlake 
Buffaloe. Martha Jane. Marston 

Butner. Janice Virginia. 762 West Main Street, Elkin 
Chandler. Mary Alene. Rt. 2, Box 206. New London 
Cooke. Patricia Alice, Box 71, Cherryville 
Cumbee. Mary Elizabeth. Rt. 4. Whiteville 
Curlee. Sherry Ann. 503 Oakview Road. High Point 
Culhrell. Sarah Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Box 56. Aurora 
Deaton. Nancy Darlene. 1908 Brentwood Ave., High Point 
Dixon, Evelyn Street. Glenburnie Gardens. New Bern 
Caddy. Pago Jeanette, 1011 Forrest Ave., High Point 
Galbreath, Lillian Marie, 28 Sea View, Sc.iluate. Mass. 
Goodman. Rachael Scott I Mrs.). 500 Chestnut Street. High Point 
Greene. Edrie Chunn. Rt. 3, Mocksville 
Harris. Helen Gayle. Rt. 1, Carthage 
Hartsell. Lequita Joy. Troy 

Hester. Patricia Gail. 1310V- North Main Street. High Point 
Hill. Sylvia Evans, Rt. 4, Winston-Salem 
Hodges. Willie Lieu. 104 Summer Street. Selma 
Hodgin. Mary Ann. Box 135, Jamestown 
Holt, Sylvia Grey. West Chestnut Street, Troy 
Hoover. Anne Rader. Finley Park. North Wilkeshoro 
Hoyle, Selena Clark. 300 South Mulberry. Cherryville 



Hurst, Mary Elizabeth, 2211 Edgewood Ave.. High Point 

Ingram. Sharon Francine. Box 2, Mount Gilead 

Irwin. Frances Norma Dee. 512 Cross Street, High Point 

Jarrelt. Bettv Rose, 209 Kern Street, Thoniasville 

Jr.wett. Cori'nne Margaret. 207 Parkway. High Point 

Koonlz. Ila Carolyn. 524 Gatewood Ave.. High Point 

Kurf.es. Elizabeth Ann 874 North Main Street. Mocksville 

Lanier. Rebecca Abgail. 805 Morris Street, High Point 

Lee. Nancy Marilyn. Box 75, Norwood 

Lemniond. Jane Gayle. Box 241, Matthews 

Leonard, Raniona Lee, 408 West 4th Ave., Lexington 

Linville. Shelby Jean. Rl. 3, Kernersville 

McCulloh. Jaci|uiline Neil, Rl. 3, Mocksville 

McGinnes. Clara Rila. 204 West Church, Cherryville 

McKinnon, Patsy Wood. Box 45, Cumberland 

McNeill. Loberta Louise. Seagrove 

Marlowe. Irnia Deedie, Rl. 1. Clarklon 

Martin. Jane Carolyn, Rt. 2. Box 143. Denton 

Meaeham. Betty Lee, Rt. 4. Rockingham 

Mills, Edith Elaine. 718 South Second Street, Albemarle 

Moore. Mary Ann. Lillington 

Moore. Patsy Lee. Rt. 1. King 

Moor.-, Peggy Ann, 806 Worth Ave., High Point 

Morgan. Billie Fay. 435 Friddle Slreet. High Point 

Mullis, Betty Marshall, Box 75, Advance 

Murphy, Lutritia Sarah. Rt. 1, Thoniasville 

Nelson, Shelby Jean. Ri. 1, Madison 

Nesbitl. Jacqueline. 705 North Main Street. Kannapolis 

Owen, Sara Ann, King Street, Elizabethtown 

Paisley. Billie Jo. 802 Uwharrie Street, Asheboro 

Payne. Betsy Lee. Chestnut Extension. High Point 

Payne, Betty Jane. Chestnut Extension. High Point 

Payne. Nina Joyce, Rt. 4, Thoniasville 

Peterson, Elizabeth Anne, 902 Parkwood Drive. Shelby 

Plummer, Joan Ellen. Randleman 

Poole. Patsy Kirk. 406 Player Drive, High Point 

Pope. Mary Davis. Rt. 2. Kernersville 

Price. Frances M.. 1014 Adams Street. High Point 

Rice, Nancy Jo. Rt. 3. High Point 

Rich. Peggy Ella. 1508 Moody Street, Asheboro 

Ridge, Wanda Louise, 609 Greensboro Road. High Point 

Robbins. Ronda Lee. 957 South Salisbury Street, Lexington 

Roberts, Jennie Faye. Rt. 1. Box 180, Stoneville 

Samuels. Leah Rae. 711 East Commerce Street, High Point 

Scruggs. Irma Jane. 4229 Marquette Ave.. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Shirley, Sylvia Anne, 1302 East Lexington. High Point 

Shook, Peggy Eugene, 1812 Rotary West. High Point 

Smith. Clara Nell, Box 90. Marshville 

Smith. Emma Rhue. Rt. 1. Guilford 

Solomon, Janice Kay. 101 West Eleventh Street. Kannapolis 

Strader. Anita Faye. Rt. 3, High Point 

Strawn. Margaret Ellen. 801 Berkeley Ave.. Charlotte 3 

Thornburg, Katie Allene. 347 South Main Street, Lenoir 

Tilley, Sara Frances, Rt. 2. Lawsonville 

Tuttle. Bobbie Leigh. Rt. 4. High Point 

Tuttle, Vivian Louise, Rt. 1, Cermanton 

Wafford. Ann Lynne. 1637 Morningside Drive. Charlotte 

Wilson. Mrs. Doris Browning. Stokesdale 

Wilson. Judith Ann. 1700 Lakewood Ave.. Durham 

Yokley. Shirley Ann, 1202 Filbert Street. High Point 

York. Shelby Jean. Rt. 5. High Point 

Yost, Sara Alice, Box 152. Weaverville 

Young. Constance Elizabeth. 4 Edgehill Road, Ansonia. Conn. 

UNCLASSIFIED MEN 
Faw. Dennis Boyde. Rt. 4, Winston-Salem 

Holden. Rothschild Halstead. 1614 West Market Street, Greens- 
boro 

Montes, Pedro Mayor. Nunez y Miramar. Marianao. Habana. Cuba 

UNCLASSIFIED WOMEN 
Crawford. Elise Montgomery, Rt. 1. Box 94, Forest City 
Gracia. Lucila Teresa. Calle 47 No. 5429. apto. 4, (e) 54 y 58 

Marianao. Habana, Cuba 
Overhy. June Carole. 819 Pine Street. High Point 



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119 North Greene Street 

Greensboro, North Carolina 


PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 


QUALITY SHOE STORE 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 

"A Fit For Every Foot" 


THE DOG HOUSE 

"SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS" 


HIGH POINT ESSO SERVICE 

830 N. Main Street Phone 3117 


GRAY-ART FLOWER SHOP 

"Let Our Flowers Say It For You" 

East Lexington at North Main 
Phone 7152 


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT CIGAR COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 

i 


TWILIGHT BEAUTY SHOP 

"// Your Hair Looks Like a Mop 
Visit the Twilight Beauty Shop" 

636'/2 N. Main St. Phone 9740 


KIDDIE TOT HOSIERY MILLS 
DAISY MILLS, INC. 

"Manufacturers Infant, Children, & Misses Hosiery" 


Compliments of 

Highland Motors, Inc. 

Your 

CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 

Dealer 


HUGHES EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

CHURCH, SCHOOL AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE 

Office and Showroom : 1229 Montlieu Avenue 

Phone 6981 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 




HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 

300 N. Main Street Ph°ne 364 ° 




REDWINE HARDWARE CO. 

208 N. Main High Point, N. C. 
Phone 3444 



Congratulations 

to the 

High Point College Seniors 

and 

Best Wishes for Your Future Success 

and Happiness 


McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

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


Compliments of 

HIGH POINT HARDWARE 


Compliments of 

Security National Bank 


Compliments of 

PEGRAM-BURTON, INC. 

129 S. Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

B. & W. UPHOLSTERY, INC. 


Compliments of 

HENRY J. YORK 

Phone 2-2615 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

1403 S. Main Street High Point, N. C. 


Compliments of \ 
A FRIEND I 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


COLUMBIA FOOD MARKET 

"THE WORLD'S BEST MEATS" 
2112 S. Main Street Phone 7976 

■ 



Compliments of 

WARD BAKING CO. 

Bakers of 

TIP-TOP 

Bread & Cakes 


Compliments of 

THE FLI-BACK SALES CORP. 

High Point, North Carolina i 


World's Largest Distributor of 

Paddle & Ball Games Return Tops 

Sponge Balls (Yo Yo Type) 

Sponge Return Balls Spinning Tops 

Sponge Base Balls Balloon & Balloon Sticks 


B. b F. CAFE 

"FOR THE BEST IN EATS" 
Thomasville, N. C. 


Compliments of 

FIELDS, INC. 

"CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS" 
Thomasville, N. C. 


McGHEE UPHOLSTERY, INC 

MANUFACTURERS OF GOOD FURNITURE 

Box 329 Phones 4365 - 5921 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


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 
widely recognized and our ability to do this is established. 

HIGH POINT - THOMASVILLE 

HIGH POINT THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 

"Nothing But Service To Sell" 


PERKINS PONTIAC, INC. 

408 National Highway 
Thomasville, North Carolina 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
of HIGH POINT 

High Point. North Carolina 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


THE SWEET SHOPPE 

113 North Main Street Phone 3745 

High Point. North Carolina 

"All Your Bakery Needs" 



Chairtown Finance & Insurance Co. 

AUTO FINANCING Phone 2754 
656 National Highway T-ville 


SWAIM SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale 
Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 

High Point - Salisbury - Rocky Mount 


REED SUPPLY CO. 

-EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" 
Between High Point and Thomusville 


S. P. Kimsey Plumbing & Heating, Inc. 

CONTRACTING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES 

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


Compliments of 

CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 

High Point, North Carolina 


HIATT TIRE COMPANY 

Willowbrook and W. Greene Streets 
High Point, North Carolina 


I Hunter Coal b Oil Co. 

COAL : FUEL OIL : HEATING SERVICE 
Phone 3366 


KEPLEY'S BARBECUE 

1304 N. Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


OAK VIEW SUPPLY MARKET 

"Our Specially — Country Ham" 
2401 N. Main St. Ext. High Point, N, C. 


Compliments of 

CUMMINS DIESEL SALES CORP. 

N. Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


SPAINHOUR TIN SHOP 

ROOFING, PIPING, HEATING 
Phone 888 Thomasville, N. C. 


LOGAN HEATING COMPANY 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


SILVER KNIT HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF FINE HOSIERY 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

DEDMON PRODUCE CO. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE 

Phone 4960 

High Point, North Carolina 


ROSE RADIO SALES & SERVICE 

MOTOROLA RADIOS & TELEVISION 
JOHNSON'S OUTBOARD MOTORS 

438 N. Wrenn Street High Point, N. C. 



Venetian Blinds - Window Shades -Tape -Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE & BLIND CO. 

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


Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 9376 

High Point, North Carolina 


FIVE POINTS LAUNDROMAT 

Montlieu Avenue 
High Point, North Carolina 


HAROLD C. DAVIS 

"Chapel of Flowers" 

Funeral Directors Ambulance Service 

Phone 5049 


' Compliments of 

COLTRANE-GRAHAM 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

245 South Hamilton Street 

Phone 9695 

High Point, North Carolina 


S. E. HAUSER, INC. 

WHOLESALE GROCERIES 

517 S. Hamilton Street 

Phone 9369 


Central Ice & Coal 

W. Broad & W. Russell 
High Point, N. C. Phones 9141 - 4507 


RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY" 

122 N. Main Street Phone 3333 

College Students Welcome 


MARSH 

FURNITURE 

COMPANY 

Manufacturers 

KITCHEN FURNITURE 

Since 1906 

High Point, North Carolina 


HARRIS DRUG STORE 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

1231 Montlieu Avenue 
Phone 7203 High Point, N. C. 


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

High Point Steam Laundry, Inc. 

PHONE 2-3325 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 
CAR WORKS, INC. 

Designers unci Maniijciciurers of 
BUS BODIES 

High Point, North Carolina 


®ii2Wr» 

Custom Quality at Praftical Prices 

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


DIFFENDAL'S FLOOR COVERINGS 

LINOLEUM INCORPORATED CARPETS 
ASPHALT TILE c , , , , ,, ,. RUGS 
RUBBER TILE ^ W Iwtallattons L|N|NGS 

743 N. MAIN ST. :-: TELEPHONE 3066 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 


TELEVISION SALES b SERVICE, INC. 

RCA, DUMONT, PHILCO, MAGNA VOX 1 
Service By Factory Men 

735 North Main Phone 7934 


MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORES 

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


JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

Established 1902 
106 N. Wrenn Street High Point, N. C. 


MURROW'S TRANSFER, INC. 

MOVERS OF NEW FURNITURE 

in 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee 

Phone 8959 


Compliments of 

LINDALE DAIRY CORPORATION 

Lexington Avenue 


EDGAR SNIDER - Printing 


GRIFFITH 
OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

TYPEWRITERS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
Phone 4573 505 N. Main 


GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

Wrenn at Howell Street 
Edgar Snider '36 


C. DeWirr Holton Furniture Co. 

"Quality Furniture & Carpets" 

817 South Main Street 
Phone 3791 


Compliments of 

THE LILLY COMPANY 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



ENGLISH MOTOR CO. 

Washington Street 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

FORD— Test Drive It— Value Check It 



Compliments of 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

PICKUP AND DELIVERY 
201 English 1501 English 

753 N. Main 



SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORD'S 

140 N. Main Street 
Nunn-Bush Shoes Custom Tailoring 



KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 



Opposite Post Office 
PHONE 3373 



THE GRIFFITH TAILORING CO. 

Made to Order Suits jor Ladies and Men 

1561/2 South Main Street 
Marvin H. Griffith High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

Logan Porter Mirror Company 



Master Mirrors 



IDOL-GREEN CO. 



Real Estate Sales Property Management 

Insurance Mortgage Loans 

115 W. Washington Street Phone 5069 



CAROLINA UPHOLSTERY 
COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 




DALLAS, INC. 



KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 

"CROWN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS" 

1203 Tryon Street P. O. Box 1428 

HrGH Point, North Carolina 



HIGH POINT SAVINGS 
& TRUST COMPANY 

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



Compliments of 

DICK CULLER'S, INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 

142 Church Street 



High Point Boiler & Tank Co., Inc. 

2411 English Street 

Phone 9138 

High Point. North Carolina 



MURROW'S TRANSFER, INC. 

MOVERS OF NEW FURNITURE 

in 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee 

Phone 8959 



Compliments of 

TEMPLE MOTOR CO. 



JIMMY MITCHELL, INC. 

VENEERS 
High Point, North Carolina 



HARRIS-KELLY MUSIC CO. 

FINE PIANOS — HAMMOND ORGANS 
2432 English Street Phone 3209 



Compliments of 

CASARD FURNITURE 
MANUFACTURING CORP. 

Manufacturers of 
FINE FURNITURE 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

THOMASVILLE CHAIR CO. 

and 

FINCH FURNITURE CO. 



STANLEY'S JEWELERS 

THE DIAMOND and WATCH STORE 
"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 
210-212 Pine Street Dial 3393 



HAUSER & MARLEY 

SEED, FEED & FERTILIZER 



118-120 N. Wrenn St. 



Phone 9776 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

South Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



The High Point Chamber of Commerce 

is proud of having students of 

High Point College 

in our city. 

Our industries invite you to prepare yourselves 
to fill jobs with them. 




I 




TIRE / 
SERVICE/ 



1*ULu *Ji*e <Mead<f*uvitviA 



ILS.R0YAL 



TIRES 



THURSTON ST.- Just off N.MAIN ST. 



THE PRINTING WORD 

MAKES EDUCATION 

POSSIBLE 



MKNDENHALL-MOOREl 



"Better Printing Pays" 



PRINTING jjj H| 1 1 COMPA NY 



HIGH POINT 

NORTH CAROLINA 



ONE STUDENT TELLS ANOTHER 

WW, 

IJEUJELERSl^ 




MARSDEN-SLATE, INC. 

513 English Street 



CAROLINA-FARNSWORTH 

"Serving the Furniture Industry" 
625 Ward Street 



JOHN SEXTON & CO. 

The National Chain 
Wholesale Grocers 

P. O. Box 4142 

Federal Annex 

ATLANTA 2, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



SHERATON HOTEL 



Compliments of 




FRIEDMAN'S 



1335 N. Main Phone 3060 

ENGLISH RADIO b TV SERVICE 

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



Peanut 
Butter 
Sandwiches 




Peanuts 
Candy 
Potato Chips 



FAST FURNITURE FACTS 

DID YOU KNOW? . . . that High Point College is located in the 
heart of the greatest concentration of furniture production in the 
world. 

DID YOU KNOW? . . . that within 150 miles of the campus there 
is manufactured over 50 per cent of all the bedroom furniture 
and over 40 per cent of all the dining room furniture produced 

in the United States. 

DID YOU KNOW? . . . that over 20.000 retail furniture buyers 
from every state in the union visit High Point annually to shop 
and buy from sources that are nationally recognized for the high 
quality of the design, materials and construction of their 
merchandise. 



Teacher's Pet 

and friend to pupils, too, 
when better classroom 
lighting promotes 

Protected eyesight 

Closer attention to work 

An improved achieve- 
ment record, 

A friendlier, more co- 
operative atmosphere. 



, DUKE 

•OWER COMPANY 



v!:-.V 




, < « 



Compliments of 

MYRTLE DESK CO. 



Manufacturers o] 

OFFICE AND INSTITUTIONAL 
FURNITURE 



Salute to the Graduates of 1956 
from the Manufacturers of 




Work V Play Clothes 

On the threshold of a life career it can well be remembered 
that he who resolves to work need never be a problem to him- 
self or others. Opportunities multiply as they are seized; they 
die when neglected. Life is a long line of opportunities. Wealth 
is not in making money, but in making the man while he is 
making money. Production, not destruction, leads to success. 
Every good fortune to you. 

ANVIL BRAND FACTORIES 

Since 1899 High Point, IV. C. 



W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 

READY MIXED CONCRETE 



High Point 
Asheboro 



Siler City 
Jacksonville 



Compliments of 

BELK-BECK 

High Point's Largest Leading 
Department Store 


J. W. SECHREST & SON, INC. 

Serving This Community Since 1897 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

CLOVER BRAND 
DAIRIES, INC. 

High Point, North Carolina 

"Let Clover Brand Purity 

Be Your Security" 


Compliments of 

KIRKMAN SHOE STORE 


W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

1 10 South Perry Street 

Telephone 2360 - 2165 

Millers of FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED 


AMERICAN SERVICE COMPANY 

236 West Russell Street 

High Point, North Carolina 

ICE — COAL 


Compliments of 

JIFFY MANUFACTURING CO. 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

JONES AND PEACOCK, INC. 


CECIL'S DRUG STORE 

610 North Main Street 
Phone 2-3369 


STEELE'S DINER 

Owned and Operated by Former 
High Point College Students 


BURTON UPHOLSTERY COMPANY 

LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 

Manufacturers 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

PIEDMONT COLOR AND 
CHEMICAL CO. 

High Point, North Carolina 


Save 

By Placing Your 

Insurance of All Kinds 

With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Street 

1 
! 



JEROME W. GOLDEN 

of 



RAPPOPORT STUDIOS 



485 Fifth Avenue 
NEW YORK CITY 



OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



for the 



"1956 ZENITH" 



Compliments of 

SWARTZ INCORPORATION 

High Point, North Carolina 


EMERYWOOD BEAUTY 
SHOPPE 

North Main Street High Point, N. C. 


HEDGECOCK LUMBER CO. 

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


PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 


Compliments of 
FRIENDS 


NEW SERVICE LAUNDRY 

205 Centennial Avenue 
Telephone 3364 


Compliments of 

NATIONAL UPHOLSTERY CO. 


Compliments of 

BELL RECORD SHOP 

114 W. Washington Street 
High Point. North Carolina 


KEARN'S ESSO SERVICE 

1349 North Main Street 

Phone 6983 
"Service Our Business" 


RIVER ROAD INN 

SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN 
5 Points, High Point 


Compliments of 

ROBERT E. LEE HOTEL 


Compliments of 

CENTER THEATER 

"Enjoy the Best in Movies" 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

The 

GRANVILLE BONDED 

WAREHOUSE 

South Main 
High Point, North Carolina 


WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


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CLINE CLEANERS 

1237 Montlieu Avenue 
Phone 82335 


WHITLARK'S FLOWER SHOP 

"Say It With Flowers" 
But Say It With Ours 

206 W. Howell Street Phone 2-4145 


| Compliments of 

NOLAND SUPPLY CO. 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 


HANES HOSIERY MILL 

Ivy Avenue 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1 


HANES KNITTING MILL 

N. Main Street 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina j 


THE ZENITH 

ANOTHER FINE QUALITY ANNUAL 

PRINTED AND BOUND IN OUR MODERN PLANT 

IN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


The Leading Quality Annual 
Printers in North Carolina 


EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 

SINCE 1871 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA