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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1957, High Point College"

HIGH POINT 
COLLEGE 



Coeducational, opened 
in 1924 by Methodist 
Church with aid from 
the City of High Point. 








no misfortune can aenrett no ,-«.■>. ■-•*»* . , ■ i 

crime cletlroi/ no enemy alienate ^•If-y 



— no deipotism enilave. 



— Varle 




ulte Zen It It 



1957 



"ubliihed bu the Student i 

ol 

Jfign Point College 

Jriah Point, North Carolina 



Mary Ruth Smiley. 

Louise Pugh 

Miss E. Vera Idol.-. 



Editor Patricia Hauser Business Manager 

Associate Editor Robert Catling Associate. Business Manager 

Advisor Dr. Blackwell P. Robinson Advisor 



Printed ami Bound by 

Edwards & Broughlon Co. 
Raleigh. North Carolina 



T)ku 3* 



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our 



Jjooh • • • 



Jbr. Stuart C. JueAKinA 




DR. STUART C. DESKINS 



"His teaching consists not so much m 
imparting knowledge as in stimulating 

the pupil in its lore and pursuit. 



A sincere smile, a cordial handshake, a sympathetic ear 

combine lo create a personality who has endeared himself 
lo Loth faculty and students. He makes a student feel im- 
mediately at case in his classroom, in his office, or on a 
chance meeting in the hall, lie has an unusual ability to 
inspire young people to live up to their potentialities and to 
become honest, useful citizens; through his confidence in 
them, he challenges each person to he his best self. All 
these qualities are exemplified in his own life. 

For his friendship, for his service above and beyond the 
call o| duty, and lor all his contributions to our college, we 

gratefully dedicate this, our 1957 Zenith, to Dr. Stuart C. 

I )c»kin«. 



uhU U \four (Book, Student* . . . 

This is your Book, Students. . . . How did The 1957 Zenith begin? It began last spring with the election 
of four staff members. One morning, a few days after the election, the editor suddenly realized that she was 
editor, and in desperation she rushed to the library to check out every book and magazine which even remotely 
concerned itself with collegiate publications. From that point on. this book took precedence over all extra- 
curricular activities and studies. Spring planning for work began. The editor started doodling possible page 
layouts in class, pondering over various themes, collecting information from the 1956 editor, and frantically 
ordering Kyle to take pictures of anything and everything in sight. Realizing the inadequacy of the Zenith 
Office as a true workshop, the business manager and the editor neglected to study for examinations in order to 
sell pictures for revenue to be used in redecorating their part of the tower. Correspondence and several trips 
from Lynchburg to High Point rounded out the summer labor of the editor. By September, "our baby" was 
already the center of attention; and page by page, picture by picture, and sentence by sentence it grew. 

The over-all blueprint of the book is expressed in our theme. "Live A Year With Us. . . ." We have attempted 
to put a fresh approach into a traditional theme for yearbooks. This theme, we feel, is appropriate because it 
easily leads into a reflection of the atmosphere and spirit of High Point College. With you, the students, in 
mind, we have carefully planned the layout, the photography, the copy, and the art work. The pictures as a whole 
tell our 1956-57 story rather than merely show our faces. We have emphasized this feature for the purpose of 
portraying you as you really are, thus painting a true picture of life at High Point College for the outsider, and 
creating a living echo of this year's events for your enjoyment in future years. An informal style was selected 
for the printed material with the hope that the student will read the annual as well as look at it. The architectual 
theme of the art work on the division pages symbolizes the physical aspect of our college through which we are 
introduced into each of the actual living and breathing phases of our school. To reflect memorable moments — 
such is our ambition as we present this volume of the Zenith. 

Producing a book is one of the most thrilling arid agonizing projects one can encounter — the thrill of 
creating, and the agony of never actually reaching the dreams of what it should be. We. the staff, have expe- 
rienced many emotions between these two. but all in all it has been a wonderful year of planning, working, cry- 
ing, and laughing together. We have learned to love each other and to understand each other in a way which 
could never be reproduced anywhere except in the last little room on the right in the tower — the Zenith Office — 
a room overcrowded and cluttered with papers, pictures, books, and layouts. 

Qualities and attributes of many kinds were expressed in the work of each staff member. Loyalty — that is 
Pansy scheduling picture appointments, always doing more than her share, never complaining about working 
night after night in the tower, and giving encouragement to other staff members. Faithfulness — that is Betty 
writing copy, always willing to lend a helping hand in every phase of the work, never tiring in her efforts to give 
us the best reading material, and forever unregretfully writing for those who failed to meet deadlines. Constancy 
— that is Pat selling advertisements, sending letters, collecting money, writing bills, and smiling through it all. 
Efficiency — that is Kyle taking pictures, suggesting arrangements, helping with layout, and never ceasing to be 
creative in his ideas. To Louise. Bob. Mell, Fred. Murphy. Barbara. Bill, Ruby, "Bobo," Harold, Braxton, Jo, 
Wilbur. Jack, and everyone of the co-operative staff workers, go the highest laurels and deepest gratitude. To 
our advisors, Miss Idol and Dr. Robinson, without whom we could not have printed the book, we say "thank 
you" for your encouragement, advice, and most of all for your confidence in us. 

And to you, the students, we owe much. We have benefited by your suggestions in arrangement of material, 
have used your new ideas for additions to the book, and have given you a vote in making the big decisions. 
You have voiced vour opinions both complimentary and uncomplimentary throughout the year, and for that, we 
thank you. You have lived the pages of this book, and realizing that you are the only real critics, we, holding 
our breaths and with sincere humility, present to you the 1957 edition of the Zenith. 




Editor 



3 Spent a Juay at 




With heads adorned in hair 
curlers and with eyelids heav) 
limn l„, I. „l sleep, co-eds be- 
gin the day polishing laces 

II III, , fill lllltlT. 



Bacon and eggs reward the 
student who can get to break- 
fast nnil stay awake through- 
out the "long line." 



At eight o'clock morning de- 
votions, I. nulla Chapel is n 
spot tut starting the itu\ right 
whether the meditation is 
student ,,r faculty inspired. 



The sickest feeling on earth 
is tu awaken to rhe first 
, limit's ui the iln\ a fatal 
warning that the 8:20 class 

lm\ licrmiir n "lillil\ A'., VI." 



I didn't find ii hard to climb out of 
bed 'iini morning! I washed my face 
mill dressed hurriedly, eagerly implor- 
ing my sleepy roommate to "hurry up. 

I was an excited high school senior. 
spending the day with a friend at High 
Point College, which stood high on my 
list of prospective schools. Before long 
I litis pushing my tray along the rail in 
break fast line, almost frightened at be- 
ing confronted by so many strange 
faces at once, until I discovered that 
every face had a welcoming, if some- 
what sleepy, smile for me. 

I Iter breakfast my friend and I 
climbed the steps to l.indley Chapel for 
the daily morning worship service. A 
spirit of reverence and dedication filled 
the sun-lit Chapel. One of the college 
boys led a brief, earnest devotional. 
The students rose to sing, their vibrant 
voices uniting in a worshipful hymn. 

II ilh the clang of a bell the scene 
changed, as everyone scurried to 8:20 
classes. Thronging the hall were laugh- 
ing co-eds in sweaters and shirts, boys 
discussing the intramural football games, 
freshmen with their despised purple- 
and-white beanies atop their heads, and 



High Point College . . . 



professors clutching briefcases as they 
hastened by. Everywhere I met the in- 
fectious friendliness which I was hist 
learning to identify as a High Point 
College trademark. Later in the morn- 
ing we stopped nt the bookstore mid 
forged our way through the crowded, 
smoke-filled room in bin a cup i>) hot 
coffee mnl n llliie Book. The booths were 
Idled with chattering guys mnl co-eds 
sipping eol.es between classes, mid from 
the back of the room a jukebox blared 
"Lore Me Tender. Suddenly there was 
u mud scramble for the door. The mail 
was up! I was swept along with the 
croud until I found myself in the past 
office where eager students uere open- 
ing their boxes hoping to find letters 
from boy friends, girl friends, and par- 
ents. 

II \ lunch time ire uere more than 
read) to relax and enjoy a warm meal. 
Each "/ US boned our heads for a mo- 
ment oj silent glare before ue burst into 
conversation. Enjoying the fellowship 
of lunching together, listening to new 
friends discuss the freshman party, the 
bill the Student Government had passed, 
or tomorrow's chapel program. I felt 
myself a part of High Point College. 



Elbowed ami jostled, herded 
tike • utile, we swarm in the 
post off i if on chapel Jo\ s. 
This ts the happiest or most 
disheartening part of the 
morning the lettet ot the 

ilust-ftUeti mini hi-\. 



Lunch a time ><>r discussing 
pop quizzes, seeing sour best 
girl or guy, ../ trying lo gel 
win money s worth mill \ft/l 
muLc the 1:30 class. 



Eager pre-meds and reluctant 
freshmen •limb the steep hill 
to the science building mnl 
lor an afternoon are trans- 
formed into chemists ami 
biologists. 



tint of class, ami the day is 

young! He golf, play tennis. 
sec an afternoon movie, catch 
up on sleep . 
felt ami expressed. 



"•leeitmn /« 




. <z4nd Unen 3 Knew 




From six o'clock on, students 
leisure!) come and go to the 
small chapel on second poor 
to enjoy self-directed medita- 
lion a welcomed interlude 
between the rush mid hurry 
,ii college life. 



I In 1 after-supper campus walk, 
whether with n sweetheart or 
a hrst friend, is u time for 
silence uml reminiscing us 
the sunset and inner chimes 
!'■■/ in i mi li other. 



From six in seven, some m 
us urc sin^iiif; arm/nil the 
piano most of us are playing 
cards n few •-' us are play- 
ing ping-pong in the student 
i enter. 



In thr hli/m\. in- s/ii'ihI limns 

every evening, looking fur 
book S, staring into space, 
writing research papers, 
thumbing through magazines, 
whispering to irirmls. study- 
ing assignments. 



After lunch we climbed the hill to the 
laboratory, where students peering into 
their microscopes were already seated 
at long tables. They exchanged laughing 
and groaning comments as they worked, 
tal.ing time out noiv and then for a coke 
or a smoke. 

Seeking recreation after a long day of 
classes, the kids scattered, some to a 
movie, some to the tennis courts or stu- 
dent center, some to a bench under a 
tree with that special guy or gal. U e 
played a few holes of golf in the late 
afternoon breeze, then trooped back to 
supper, tired, but refreshed from this 
pleasant pastime. After supper we again 
climbed the steps to the Chapel. Stu- 
dents sat about the darkened room in 
silent prayer and meditation, bringing 
here the problems and decisions which 
face all young people who have achieved 
the freedom and responsibilities of col- 
lege students. I realized that the little 
(.Impel teas the very heart of High Point 
College life. The chimes were playing 
a familiar hymn as we walked out to the 
fountain in the fast falling dusk. Gazing 
back over the broad green lawn, we saw 
the toner etched against the sky. 



. J' Would 



Before my friends settled down to 
study, we dropped into the student center 
where laughing guys and co-eds were 
playing together with the gay camara- 
derie anil friendliness which distin- 
guishes College life. I group in one 
corner was gathered around a card table. 
Someone was playing the piano, and tiro 
sophomores were trying out a new dance 
step. We played a fast game <>/ ping- 
pong, and then, refreshed by the exercise, 
ire gathered our hooks, and ambled to 
the library. My friends settled down to 
study in its quiet atmosphere while I 
read the funnies and wandered around, 
becoming acquainted with the wide 
variety of reading matter. 

After library hours, a gang of us 
gathered in a room down the hall to 
drink cokes, nibble potato chips, and to 
discuss until the late hours the major 
topics of life the opposite sex. that 
dreadful history assignment, the movie 
at the Center. . . . Tumbling into bed. 
I was not too sleepy to murmur a fervent 
prayer of thanks because I knew that 
this was not fust the end oj a pleasant 
day. but the first of many more happy 
days at High Point College. 



LIVE 

A 
YEAR! 



9:15 in"! couples meet in the 
ftin-l, shin- if dance and />la\ 
bridge; girls get cherry pep- 
sies, s<iiitirr nnl<\. ami note- 
book paper In rarr\ hit' I, hi 
roommates; boys stand around 
and wot ih girls. 1 1 s the short- 
est hall hour fi the </"> ' 




If r an- philosophers, j>"li- 
ticians, psychiatrists! /' -' '//>- 
cuss professors, problems, the 
opposite >*■« ' T e the i 
1'iTis tn everything m our 
nightly "hull sessions. 




cTutumnal leaves .... 

Magnificent c4utuntn! One 
leaves are falling, their work is 
done. Oneir splendid colors are 
/titling as we meet acquaintance* 
anil our claSSeS begin. 




■ 

*** 




■--- 






Unpredictable ruin .... 

hashing in big drops on lite 
walks, forming gentle mists on 
l/te panes, now temperamental is 
the rain! 'Whether it be friendly 
or foul, we make our way toward 
the beckoning bells. 





One Winter A Snow .... 

J^png hoped for, a blanket of 
Snow coven our campus! We cut 
classes — Some of us to romp and 
gallop tilth joy — Some of us to 
stand in silent tribute to this 
marvelous miracle o/ nature. 



<Sweet Spring .... 

^Daughter of a stormy sire, 
winter's lovely child is presented 
to us in all her blossoming glory! 
Our eyes cannot remain on the 
professor; the window offers too 
much competition for attention. 




c4nd as we leave .... 

Our last impression — the 
stately columns of J\oberts Jrall. 
(jhey stand as a Symbol — a bul- 
wark ayainst ignorance ana prej- 
udice, ll'e follow these pillars 
up to the tower whose Spire is a 
(inyer pointed to heaven. 



yUay arrives .... 

uhe temperature of early Sum- 
mer is not equal to the warmth 
of friendly goodbyes — goodbye 
to our friends who gave us en- 
couragement and to our teachers 
who gave us inspiration and 
opened our minds. 



cQive a Ifear With \ii and. . . 



-Meet Our People 15 



Administration and Faculty 
Honoraries 

Classes 



Join Our Campu* eQl[e 



Government 
Student Activities 
Clubs and Organizations 



Catch Our School Spirit 



Physical Education 
Varsity Sports 
Intramurals 



£n/oy Our Social World 



Sororities 

Fraternities 

Features 



City 

Advertisements 

Directory 



73 



109 



129 



VUU Our City 161 




yWeet Our People 



President 

Deans 

Faculty and Staff 

Introduction to Senior Class 

Who's Who 

Ten Outstanding Seniors 

Class of 1957 

Order of the Lighted Lamp 

Junior Marshals 

Class of 1958 

Class of 1959 

Class of 1960 



16 
17 
18 
24 
26 
30 
32 
50 
51 
52 
60 
66 



M,eet Our President . . . 




Dr. Dennis II. Cooke 



I noticed him first with a pencil and a 
blueprint in his hand. Under his leader- 
ship the college lias taken giant strides 
forward in both the building program and 
the academic progress, and outlined within 
In- mind are numerous plan- lor the con- 
tinued growth of this college. To stimulate 
the love of learning, to cultivate the ability 
and disposition for creative thinking, and 



i" insiill in the students a deep apprecia- 
tion for their educational opportunities 
have been a lew of his goals. With this 
abiding faith in the students, faculty, and 
stafl we are confident that these many 
plans of our aide president. Dr. Dennis H. 
(.<»oke. will unfold to an even greater High 
Point College. 



L6 



and Our Jbean* 



Dean Conrad 

I met him first when I was greatlj dis- 
turhed about my grades. He asked me to 

come into his ollice for a visit. As Dean of 
Instruction, the welfare of each student at 
High I'oint College is his foremost concern. 
His ollice is opened six days a week to stu- 
dents seeking answers to various academic 
problems. Insight and appreciation of values 
enable Dean Conrad to endeavor steadily for 
improvement of the old and for discovery of 
the new in fields of academic growth. 




" . - •* 






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iJa <J 


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-»* v-tfll 



Dean \i.i.i;i:i> 

I saw him for the first time as 1 walked 
into Roberts Hall when High Point College 
was new to me. He looked up Irom his desk. 
I noticed his neat appearance, his attractive 
smile, and his warm personality. I had a 
long dial with him, and he told nie ol his 
various jobs. To all the students Dean Allied 
is indeed a man of varied interests a Spanish 
teacher, a counselor, a sympathetic Iriend. 
and a man whom we have grown to admire 
and to respect throughout our college days. 




IT 



introducing Out 




liufh colorful anil dignified, the academic procession nevei ceases 
in till our hearts with pride. The freshman sees the color red, 
gold, purple, mul especially l>r. Smyth's "blue." The senior 
feels the dignity as he marches behind; and u few even aspire 

for a gold tassel someday. 



Benjamin II. Iln.i.. US.. M.S.. Ph.D.. 
Biology 

George II. Hobart, Vis.. \.\L I'Ii.I).. 
Business Administration 



Leaving Dr. Muhlrow's oilier where she and I 
had hern tussling vigorously with the intricacies 
of French conjugation lor the lasl hour. I thanked 
her for her patient assistance. "(Ionic up an\ 
time," she told me, complimenting me on a recent 

article I'd done lor the Hi-Po. Going down the 

stairs, I thought warmly ol m\ teachers who prod- 



Ided, 



encourage 



id, and connnended me. I 



E. 0. Cummincs, I5.S.. I'll. I).. Chemist 



M 



Lincoln Lorknz. \.l!.. \.M.. I'Ii.I).. Eng- 
lish 

S. C. Deskins. V.B.. \M.. Ph.D.. History 
and Social Sciences 

Lois Livingston, B.S.. \.M.. Ham- Eco- 
nomics 



iled. sco 

realized suddenly and gratefully how close the 
relationship was between facult) and students at 
High Point College and how much our teachers 
have enriched our li\e>. I knew that among the 
more \i\id and delightful memories we would 
carr) from High Point College would be those in 
which our teachers figured. 

There were mornings when we snoozed through 
our classes, hut there were davs when it seemed 
that our teachers held up before our eyes a glass 



.Heading, Out 




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faculty, and Staffi 



through which, in a moment of rare insight, we saw 

some phase of life more clearly. \\ '<■ laughed at 
our teachers' little idiosyncrasies, but we quoted 
them to our friends, and praised our favorites 
warmly t<> the new freshmen. We fussed about 
Dr. liartlell's parallel, but we listened fascinated 
as she spread the panorama of histor) before us. 
We worked in various organizations, and when we 
hit a snag we went to our lacnliv advisors. We 

watched Miss I >cS|>aiu. |>ainl In n-li in hand, urn k- 
ing on the sets lor "Harvey," and Mr. Cox on choir 
lour having more fun than ail) of the kids. \\ e 
went to Dean Conrad and our major teachers for 
help in arranging our schedules. We stood in as- 
sembly and listened as Dr. Rozelle S deep and 
gentle voice led us in prayer. And we knew thai 
the guidance and inspiration offered to us by these 
best friends ol ours would become a pari ol the 
fibre of our lives. 




II e're from High Point- couldn't be prouder! II you can't hem 
us n»ic. we'll yell a little louder!" If h<> could forget the Lambda 
Chi-Facult) Clown Basketball game last lull' (nd especiall) 
\lr\. Marge I ase, Mr. Cox, and Miss DeSpain, who changed roles 
from director ol religious activities, choir director, uml dramatic 

instructor to the nmsl rnrrucli' ""</ i «• ilcrmts rherileu</er.\ in'ic 
ever seen. 



department* cAre . 




Jerome C. Smith, V.B., V.M., Ph.D., 
Mathematics 

Fran< is Mi ldrow, \.l!.. M.A., Ph.D., 
Modern Languages 

l.r.vv I. I.kwis. Mas. I!.. \.M.. Ed.D., Music 



AiiTiiMi Paschal. U.S.. M.S.. Physical 
Education 

William R. Lo< ke. V.B.. S.T.B., Ph.D., 
Religion ami Philosophy 

Thomas C. Keedy, B.A.. M.S.. M.A., Ph.D., 
Sociology 



Vol pictured: Dennis II. Cooke. V.B., 
M.K.. Ph.D.. Education 



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3acult 



i 



l,(ii isi-: \ii.\ms. A.B.. A.M.. Mathematics and 
Appointments Officer 

Ralph V. Anderson, U.S.. M.S.. Business Ad- 
ministration 

Helen P. Bartlett, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D., History 

\i.i awiikk Bkkkis. A.B.. Master of Law. M.A.. 
I'll. I).. Social Sciences 

\\.\i\ T. Brum. A.B.. A.M.. Business Adminis- 
tration 

( j. \iiii i: Boh m \.\. A.M.. A.M.. Religion 

II. E. COBLE, A.I!.. A.M.. Education 

Richard Cox. A.B.. A.M.. Music 

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

JANE DeSpain, A.B.. A.M.. Dramatics and Speech 
THOMAS E. Dodamkad. U.S.. M.S.. Psychology 
Cecil D. Eby, A.B.. M.A.. English 

Nathalie Ltheripge. B.S.. Physical Education 

Kknkstink Fields. B.Mus.. B.S.. M.Mus.. Music 

Cakl F. HANKINS, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D.. Business 
Administration 

Leopold M. Hays. \.B.. S.T.B.. Ph.D.. Religion 
and Education 

C. I!. Minsiiah. \.l!.. A.M.. l.itl.D.. Education 
and Psychology 

\Y\y\e Hoover. B.S.. M.A.. Physical Education 
and Assistant Coach 

E. Vera Idol. \.B.. U.S.. A.M., English 

,|\c k I!. Kii.n. A.B.. A.M.. English 

I!. \. LlNEBERRY, B.S.. M.S.. Ph.D.. Science 

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

ll\Rin K. Mucriv A.B.. A.M.. Modern Language 

Raiford Porter, B. »f Fine Arts. M. of Creative 
Arts. Art 



Over the noise •>' voices «»</ jukebox, 
we hear "going once . . . twice" ami 
immediately we town it's spring as Mr. 
Pas< tml fends the auction of ///<• book- 
store "left 01 ■ i s." 



"Shrimp" urn first m Inn- when Mrs. 
Conrad announced "refreshment lone" 
last fait m the student leader-faculty 

mrciing ni Ih. < oohe's home. 




ind Staff 



Blackwell, P. Robinson, A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D., 
History 

Maki Robinson, A. 15.. M.A., Business Adminis- 
tration 

C. K. Rozzei.le. A.I!.. I!. I).. I). I).. Religion 

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

Alice P. White, A.I'... \.\l.. English 
Arthur S. Withers, A. I'... \.\l.. English 

Id i ii \\ old iiiM.mv \.l;.. \.\L. Ettm alion and 
Counselor for II omen 

N. I'. Yarborouch, A. 15.. A.M.. Modem Lan- 
guages, Registrar, Director of Admissions 

VlRGIL YOW, A. 15.. M.S.. Physical Education ami 
Head Basketball Coach 

Katherine Anderson. 15. S.. Graduate Resilient 

\ III sc 

Bobby Baynk. Assistant in Bursar's Office 
Marcella Carter. A. 15.. B.S.. Librarian 

Marjorie I'. ("ask. A. 15.. Director of Religious 
Activities. Head oj Audio-Visual Aids Depart- 
ment 

Beth Frazier, Bookkeeper 

Frances Gaynor, Bookkeeper 

Wesley Gaynor, A. 15.. Alumni Executive Secre- 
tary 

Virginia Johnson. Supervisor of Domestic 

Personnel 

Rebecca Nelson, Secretary to Bursar 

Edna Paschal, Recreational Director 

l\\ \. Patrick. A.M.. L.S.. Assistant Librarian 

Betty S. Perry, Resident Counselor for II omen 

YIoNA S\l NDERS. Secretary to Registrar 

\I.\RY ('.. .Sim RRIER. Secretary to President 

Grady II. Whicker. \.l!.. Din-dor oj Public 
Relations 

Arthur 15. Williams, U.S.. Bursar, Business 

Manager 

Louise Williams, Assistant Librarian 
L. G. Wright. Dietitian 




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Not pictured: Mrs. .hick Kidd. Switchboard Operator: \h-. Bett\ I" Walker. Secre- 
tary to Dean of Instruction; Mrs. Vera Hankins. Secretary in Public Relations Office. 



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cAcademic Standard* cAdvance 



Fine Arts Department offers neu 4rt 
Division under the direction of l/r. Rat- 
lord I'vrter. 




A major in sociology or history and 
social sciences is offered for the first 

finn- ,il HPC. 




Requirements foi the Dean \ List change 
to J.». and honor points for graduation 
are raised. 




Students Irani In listening in the neu modern language laboratory, supervised 
In Dr. Muldrow. 



ScnolaAtic d\equirement£ Ckang,e 



Acting with the knowledge thai oul of something 

good can ionic something meal, our faculty this 
year made several changes in academic require- 
ments and courses of study. Long Indole registra- 
tion day and the actual start ol classes, the facult) 
officials spent mam hours in the formulation oi 
the new general academic agenda for the student 
body, 

A Department of Fine Arts lias been streamlined 
under the capable direction ol Dr. Lew ,| . Lewis. 
A new Art Division lias been added to the depart- 
ment. It is now possible for a student to gain a 
Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Ap- 
plied Music or in \liisie Kduealion. In addition, 
it is now possible for a student to graduate with 
a major in sociology . 

Tin's year, in order to graduate with laurels for 

scholastic leadership, the student must have a ratio 
of one semester hour to 2.5 honor points for Cum 
Laude, a ratio of one semester hour to 2.75 honor 
points for Magna Cum Laude. and a ratio ol one 



to 2.85 for Summa Cum Laude. In order to qualify 
for the Dean - List, a student must have a ratio of 
one semester hour to 2.5 honor points. 

To stimulate the love oi learning, ami to recog- 
nize and encourage scholarship, the Scholastic 
Honor Societ) was inaugurated this year. For 
election as a junior, the candidate must have com- 
pleted 75 semester hours ol regular college work 
with a qualit) point ratio ol 2.75. The minimum 
ratio for election as a senior is 2.25. These are 
the same scholastic standards requited for Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

These new additions and raised academic re- 
quirements were inaugurated to inspire the student 
to do thorough, academic work ol high ipialitv and 
to maintain high scholastic standards: to cultivate 
the ability and disposition lor creative thinking in 
the Vllierican tradition ol individual freedom; 
and to instill in the -indent a deeper pride for our 
motto; "\ Christian College for Discriminating 
Students. 



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a&A 



4 

1957 



that it was llir last registration . . . 
wondering il the classes were rilled . . . checking hours 



At last a goal reached ... a dream come true . . . lour years of studying 
and socializing coming to a clo.-e . . . cherished memories ol lasting friend- 
ships and experiences . . . we realized that now we were seniors. 

The la.-l chance to help with orientation . . . new people to meet . . . that 
last Christmas Dance . . . our Junior-Senior Prom . . . socials were nice. 
hut studying could not be avoided as the year was rapidly passing. As the 
second semester began, we realize* 
standing in line . 

and quality points . . . receiving notes from the Dean . . . noticing our 
"cuts" in classes . . . becoming aware ol our past mistakes ... so much was 
passing through our minds that day. We found it difficult to wade through 
labs, tests, term papers, and exams . . . had we selected the right major? 
. . . was il too late now? . . . could we get a good job alter graduation? . . . 
would we be successful? . . . these questions and many more were puzzling 
us as we glanced back over the past. 

'filings began to settle down, but suddenly a noise was heard ... a music 
major just practicing that final lesson . . . an original arrangement . . . or 
a new era in music ... a conversation being corrected by a future English 
teacher . . . agreement ol the subject and verb . . . then a history teacher 
jusl dropped in to sec il he could be the first to write the story of the class 
... it i.- too big and undertaking . . . you need not try. 

Time was drawing near . . . wearing ol the cap and gown . . . hearing 
the last lecture . . . leaving the final class . . . completing the assigned 
exam . . . realizing that most things were over . . . the "line of march" . . . 
the diploma . . . but still confident that the cherished memories of High 



Point C 



otteae would linger torever. 



s, 



eniori 



Studt 



¥> 



Graduation /'*/» anil we thr gradu- 
ates! Outside Memorial Auditorium, we 
wait with feelings <it pride, nostalgia, 
and anticipation for the future. Our 
minds begin to wandei "our first dm 
ni H.P.Cr . . . "friends we ore leaving ' 
. . . "heading for the beach in </ few 
hunts , . . "our Inst summer vacation 
. . . "not coming back next year" . . 
Hut we must quick/) adjust tin- robes 
and straighten the mortar boards. II- 
ready, we can hear strains oj must, 
from the organ. Today, we must thin/. 
o) only one thing! Today, we graduate. 




24 



OFFICERS 



Jack Young. Treasurer, with 
grail mil ion /lonn in hand, mills 
his turn in line in second llooi 

clubroom of Woman's Hull us 
Vice-President, Don Kearns 
watches while \lur\ Ruth Smiley, 
Secretary, helps President Johnn) 
Mann arrange his mortar board. 




ij\emini&ce y graduate 




January 4s he studious/) 
Ih-iii over his book, Archie 
Glenn found »« lime to smite 
inr the camera, 'hu photog- 
rapher caught a "typical s-" 
tor studying exams '" 



Dawn at the bookstore, Jackie 
Hoover, Sinn Baker, and Anne 
Ken helped Jai /. 1 oung se/et r 
a record n pastime lor sen- 
iors without nickels. Jut/, 
seemed surprised with the 
results. 



ZO 




Presid.nl of Alpha Delta 
Theta, a member "I the Stu- 
dent Legislature, Tower 
Players, and former Junioi 
Marshal is Christine Barber. 
"Chris is from Statesville 
ami is a Lainhila \l|>ha I'lii 
sister. 



Johnn\ \Imi i ii-il i \ . fi inn Ra- 
leigh, is president ol the 
Tower Players, was treasurer 
<>f the 55-56 Student Gov- 
ernment, ami is a member 
ol I'i Kappa Alpha Fra- 
lernil) . 





Wko\ 



in c4i 



in <??mericat\ 



Stanley Baker leads the day 
Students as their president, 
was president <>f the Junior 
('lass, and is a Sigma I'hi 
Epsilon brother. Stan moved 
in High I'uiiii his sophomore 
\ ear. 



President of the Student 
Government Associatio n. 
Ernie Ball, is from Moores- 
ville, also p res id en I of 
l.amlida Chi I-'ralernit\ . ami 
former president of the Vet- 
eran's Club. 




26 



Who 

College* ana UniverHtieA 



i 



Jahala Eudy, a sister in 
\lpha Gamma Delia Fra- 

leniilN. from Charlotte, is' 
secretary of the Student 
Christian Council. She i-, 
assistant to the registrar and 

is a meinher id the choir. 




\ native of kin»s Mountain. 
Bohhie Barrett i- president 
of \\ oman's Hall, a member 
and past officer of the choir, 
was a Junior Marshal, and i- 

l sister iii l.anihda Alpha 

I'lii sorority. 





Syl\ ia Fox. secretary of the 
Student Government Asso- 
ciation, from Charlotte, i- 
presidenl of Kappa Helta 
Sororit) and is a meinher 
of the Order of the Lighted 
Lamp. She is also assistant 
director in the choir. 




President of I'hi Mu Ira 
ternilN is Jackie lloo\er 
from Greensboro. She was 
attendant in the Mas Court 
and is a member of the 

Inline Teachers <d America. 




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33.: 




Voncyle Linthicum. from 
Randleman, is president of 
I lx- St in It 'ii I Christian Coun- 
cil. She w ;is secretar) ol her 
class her junior year and 
president of t !■<- \ I • -i 1 1 < •« 1 i— i 
Student Fellowship. 




Who', 



Wilbur Janell. an English 
major, is a dean s list stu- 
is the pastor "I 
Methodist, Brow- 
Giles Chapel 
\\ illnii i- from 



in c4i 



in cfmerican 



drill anil 
Charlotte 



e i -. a no 
churches. 

\-hclioio. 



, ^b m <*~ Tit ^* 

«Sr2i " 



ar| 




\ brother iii l.anilnla Chi 
Upha Fraternity is Craig 
kestcr from High Point. 
Craig is a member of the 
Judicial \ Council and came 
to us liom East Carolina 
College. 



Delhert Kirkman. president 
of Tin-la Chi Fraternity, 
from Creeiisboro. i.- a niem- 
bei of the Judiciarj Council. 

lie was on the \lcCullocli 

Hall Council and was a 
Junior Marshal. 




_•:; 



Who 

College* and Universities 



A brother ..f Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Fraternit) is Johnny 
Mann who i> presidenl of 
the senior class. Johnnj was 
presidenl of the Student 
Christian Council his junior 
year, and president of his 
sophomore class. 




Mar) Ruth Smiley, editor "I 

the Zkmtii. scerelan <>f the 
Senior Class, and a member 
of The Order of the Lighted 
Lamp, is in Alpha Camma 
Delia Fraternit) and is from 
l.\ nehhurg. Virginia. 



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. i 




Outstanding basketball play- 
er from Greensboro is Paul 
Stanton, a brother in Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Paul 
plays on the tennis team and 
is on the golf learn. 



Garland Young, from Chai 
lotte. was Chief Junior Mar 

-lial. \ member of |ln 

Student Legislature and Stu 
denl Christian Co u ncil 
Garland i- in kappa Chi 
Fraternity. 




29 




J^aureli ana 






lion Kearns, lioh Duncan, and Johnny 
Abernethy stop In the phone room to 
i all lt>r dates. They're soon off for a 
Saturday night fraternity party. 



I on< \l<' I inthii urn ami Garland ) minx, 
"Mary and Jabez Stone, practice thru 
"Dosey-Do" step in the square dance 
s. mr tor the one-act play, "The Devil 
nml Daniel If ebster," 




:;u 



(eaderihip 

len Outstanding, 

Senior 4 



An early spring bicycle ride breaks ike 
monotony of class and club work lor 
Mary Ruth Smiley and "Babs" Huntley. 





Outside the bookstore. Ernie Hall has 
■i iid.r between classes while Johnny 
Mann and Sylvia Fox compare philos- 
ophy notes. 



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John Clifford Abebnethy, Raleigh, N. I .. BS. Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Vlpha 1, 2. 3. I. Treasurer 3, I: Student Government Treasurer 3; 
F.B.L.A. 2. 3; Tower Players 2, 3, I. President 3; Who's Who 4; Ten Outstand- 

lll-J Si Mini- I. 



Eknesi \. Vlbert. \\ est Pakistan 

M.S.F. :i: I.R.C. I: Student Legislature I. 



IIS. Pre- Medical 



Larry Dean Vlbertson, High Point, N. C. 



James Mi I i i\ Vi.i.ki.h. IIi^Ii I'oinl. iN. C. 



U.S. Business Administration 



IIS. Seieni e 



Joseph li. Vi.i.rmi. Jr., High Point. N. C. 
Tau Kappi Epsilon I: Veterans' Club. 



U.S. Business Administration 



|in\ I). \n drkws. High Point. N. C. i.B. Psychology, Social Studies 

Kappa Sigma Delta 3: F.T.A. 2: Veterans' Club. 



Edward Porter Vryistrong. Jr., Fayetteville. \. C. 

A.B. Social Simla's. Education 
Intramurals 3. I. 

(.ii i m III rcHiNS VshlEY, Kannapolis. \. I . i.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Vlpha Phi 2.3. I. President I: Woman's Hall Council 1: Hi-Po Staff 
1.2: News Bureau 2: Marshal 3; F.T.A. 1.2.3. k Secretarj 3. Vice-President I; 
Towei Players 3. I: Women'*, Chorus 3. 



VV. Stanley Baker. Jr., Iliuli Point. Y C. i.B. Social Studies 

Junior Class President .'»: Day Sludenl Presidi-nl I; Kappa tihi: Siu»li-ni 1.,-^i- 
lature 1: M.S.F. 2. 3; Who's IT ho: Inlramurals 2. 3. I: Tower Players 3. I. 

Ernesi II. Ball. Mooresville. \. <!. 111. Social Studies 

Lambda Chi Vlpha. Vice-President 2. President 3, I: Class Vice-Presidenl 2: 
Studenl Governmenl Represenlalive I. Vice-Presidenl 3. President I: Vssemblv 
Committee I: Social Committee I; Hi-Po Siaff 2: Intramurals I. 2. 3. I: \. C. 
State Student Legislature 1. 2. I: Veterans' Club. Vice-Presidenl I. President 2: 
Who's II h„ I: Ten Outstanding Seniors I. 



Christine Barber. Siatesviile \. (.'. i.B. French. Social Studies 

Lambda Vlpha Phi 2.3. I. S.rretan 3: Student Governmenl Representative I: 
Studenl Christian Council I: Vlpha Delia Thela I. 2. 3. I. Vice-Presidenl 3, 
President I: M.S.F. 1.2.3. \: Fellowship Teams 2: Marshal 3; Who's III,,, I: 
Dean's Lisl 1. 2. 3. I: Inlramurals I. 2, .'i; Women's Chorus I, 2. .i. I: Tower 
Players I. 

Kiin Jean Barker. Randleman. N. C. I.B. English. Social Studies 

Zenith Staff 2. 3. I. Copj Editor I: Intramurals I: F.T.A. .'. 2. 3; Kappa 
Sigma Delta 3; Dean's I i-i I. 2. X 



Clate 0/ 1957 




Bobbie I'.Miiu 11. Kin;;- Mountain, N. C. 

I. 

4 



t.B. Elementary Education 



Lambda Alpha Phi 2, 3,4; Legislature 3; Vice-President Panhellenic Council 

V, "':!' l :"'..^ , "" a 1 ": ) Ha " i N 1 '" ; ' 1 "'"""■ l: v«embi) < :«........n. .- i- 

Alpha Delta Theta 1. 2. 3 4; M..F 1,2,3 l ; Fe hip Teams 2. 3; Marshal 

3; Intramural- ] 2,3.4; Women s Chorus 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 3: Tower Players 
2: Choir. Historian 3; I'm in I 2: II ho's II ho I. 



K\miai.i. I'.i.w. High I'niiii, N. C. 



U.S. I'ln steal Education 



Margaret Black. Roxboro, N. C. 



III. Psychology 



Upha Gamma Delta 3, I: Vlpha Delta Theta 3. 1; M.S.F. 3, I: Fellowship 
Teams 3. I: Women'- CIk.iu- 3. I. Secretarj I: Towei Players 3, I. Secretarj 

I: Ch"ir .">. 1: We-l Virginia \\e-le\an College 1. 



Shirley Caidill Blaklev. High Point. N. C. ././;. English 

Phi Mil 1'. '■'. I. \ iie-Presidenl 3; F.T.A. I: Alpha Delia Theta I: Student 
Government 2. 



\\ illaRD Bi.i i:. Carthage, N. C. 

Theta Chi: I'.a-k.-i l.all 2: Intramurals 1,2. 



U.S. I'ln ■./. nl Edui ation 



Sylvia Vnne l'» Pacolel Mills. S. C. I.B. Religion, Sociology 

Alpha Delia Theta 1. 2. 3. I: M.S.I'. I. 2. 3. I: Fellowship Team- 2. I; Zenith 
Stall I: Intramural- I: l.li.C. I: Women's Chorus I. I: Tower Players I 
Choir 1. 2. 3. 





Mary \nderson Booe. King. N, C. B.S. Musii 

Lambda Vlpha Phi I: Women's Chorus I: CI I: Greensboro College 1.2,3. 



I!i iipy BiivMi.KY. Mate-vjlle. \. i B.S. Physical Education 

Delta Sigma Phi. Vice-Presidenl .:. I: Basketball 1. 2; Track 3; Intramurals 
I. 2, 3, 4: Veteran-' Club 4. 



\\my I.vn-on Bridgers. High Point, N. C. 
Hi-Po Mall 2: I.R.C. I: Tower Players I. 



I. II. I'rinnir\ Education 



Stan Broadway. Kinston. N. <:. I B. Socio/ Studies 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, President I: Hi-Po Staff 3, 1: Tower Players 2. 3. I: Choir. 



Billy Broyy \. Robbins. N. C. 



( !oy Brow n, High Point. N. C. 



IIS. Chemist/ 1 



III. Religion 



Cecil Gattis Bi li \rd, Jb., Greensboro. Y C. BS. Business Administration 
Theta Chi I. 2: Inlramurals I, 2; Band I. 2. 3, I. 



Jane Bi ndy, High Point, N. C. i.B. Elementar) Education 

Secretarj Da> Students 1. 2; Inlramurals 1. 2; F.T.A. 2. 3, \: Kappa Sigma 
Delta 3. 4, Secretary 3. 



\llen Biirris. High Point. N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Mpha 2. 3. I: Inlramurals 2: Veterans' Club 2. 3, I. 



\n i.i. m: Hobbs Btiurti's, High Point, N, I . 
Kappa Delta • '>. I: Miss H.P.C. 3; Inlramurals 



U.S. Physical Education 
3. I; W.i .1 .N.C. I. 2. 



Si i. Iti li. Bakersville, N. C. U.S. Business Administration 

Kappa Di-lia. Treasurer .'i: Secretarj Sophomore Class 2: Women's Chorus 1: 
F.B.L. \. 3; Appalachian College. 



James F. Cannon, High Point, N. C. 



U.S. Business Administration 





II. \l. Carroll, High Point, Y C. 



Huh \kii Cash att. High Point, Y C. 
Nyock Missionary College. 



I. II. So< ial Studies 



I.B. Social Studies. Education 



Elsie Cavanavch, Jacksonville. N. C. A.B. Social Studies 

Phi Mil 3; Marshal 3; M.S.I'. I. 2. 3; Fellowship Teams 2: Intramurals 2; 
F.T. \. 2. 



Robert M. Clinard, Mi. Airy. N. C. 



III. English 



Jake Lawrenci Clodfelter, Winston-Salem, Y I'- 
ll. S. Business idministration 



Elwood M. Conrad, Thomasville, \. C. 



/>'.>. Physical Edui ation 




Clate 0/ 1957 



''■ 11 Dxmii.u. Cn11111.11. kernersx Hie, \ ( 



/>'.>. I'hwi'iil Education 



Patsi Hi nti.ii Covington, l.ialiani. \ C. B.S. Business Ulministralion 

Lambda Upha Phi, Treasurer i. Historian I: Dean's List 1. 2, 3; Inlramurals 
2. .'!. I: F.T.A. I: Women's Chorus 2. 3. 



Betsi Rouse Cranford. High Point. N. C. (./>'. Primary Education 

Upha Gamma Delta: Woman'* Hall Council .!: Mpha Delta Theta 2. 3; M.S.F. 
2. ;{; Inlramurals I. 2: I.R.C. 2. 1, 



Donald P. Cranford, Hi^Ii Point. N. C. 
Lambda Chi Upha; Veterans' Club; Band I. 



B.S. ' hemistl v 



I'm 1. L. Craven', Ramsey. New Jerse) 
Brevard College I. 2. 



K m iiiiuM ( Iravi \. 



U.S. Pre-Medical 



SHIRLEY NlFONC CravER, Clemmons. N. C. .-I.H. Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta I. 2; M.S.F. I: Intramural- I: W. \.A. I: F.T.A. 2. .(: Kappa 
Sigma Delta 3. 



II vroli) I 1:1 Mf. Norw I. N. I ■. 

Tan Kappa Epsilon; Basketball I. 2. 3. I. 



IIS. Physical Education 



Harold Davis, lli"li Point, N. C. 



II \i;ni Davis, ' llemmons, \ 1 



I. II. So, ml Studies 



James Vlfred Davis, Winston-Salem, N. C 
Pfeiffer College 1. 2. 



Roger F. I) wis. \rchdale, \. C. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Veterans' Club 3. 



A. IS. English 



AM. Social Studies 








Jackson D. Dobbins, High Point. Y C. 



B.S. Business Administration 



Roberi Olon Dockkrv, Winston-Salem. N. C. Ill- Social Studies 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; M.S.F. I. 2. 3; Intramurals 2; K.'I'.A. I: I.IU..A. 2. :;-. 
Kappa Sigma Delta !. I. 



Roberi William Hi m »n, Pelham. N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Uplia: Student Goveri ni Legislature ■>: President McCuiloch 

Mall: Athletic C il 3, I: l.F.C. President I: Intramurals 1. 2. :;. I: Ten 

I lulslanding Seniors I. 



Helen I! m. Hi nn. Lexington. \ .i 

Kappa Delta; Mpha I'-lta Thela I. 2: Kappa >iumu IMta :. 



I. II. I'rrmh 



Barbara \. Edwards. George. N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Lamhda Mpha Phi; Mpha Delta Theta 3; B.S.I . 2. 3. I: Zenith Mall 2. 3: 
Pemm Cluh 3; W.A.A. 2, 3. I: Student Government Representatives. I: F.T.A. 
3; I.R.C. 3. I. 



Ji \n l-.i i.i ts. Millers Creek. Y t :. I. II. English, Religion 

Lambda Alpha Phi 3. I: Mpha Delta Theta I. 2. 3. I: M.S.F. I. 2. .!. 1: Fellow- 
ship Teams 2. 3. 1. Chairman 1: Intramurals 3. I: Women's Chorus 2. 3. 



Imim v l-.i ni. Charlotte. N. I :. III. Primar) Education 

Mpha (■annua Delta. First Vice-President 3: Woman's Hall Council 1: As- 
sistant to Registrar I. 2. '.. I: Student Christian Council, Secrelarj 3. I: B.S.I . 

1,2,3. I. Representatives; Intramurals 1,2.3, I; F.T.A. I; I.R.C. 3; W -n'- 

Chorus 2: Towei Players I: Choir 2. 3. I; Who's Who 1. 



Ronald David Everett. Tarawa Terrace. Y <.. 

U.S. Business tdministration. Edut ation 
Student Christian Council I: M.S.F. I. 2. 3. I: Zenith sialT 3; Marshal 3; 
F.T.A. I. 2. :. \'i.-.-|>,,-i,|,„i .!. 1,,.,-ui., I: I.R.C. 2. 3; F.B.L.A. I: Towei 
Players 2, 3, I. President I. 



Elaine Fain, Leaksville. Y I 
B.S.U. 1. 2. 3: F.T.A. I. 2, 3. 

\i. Finley. Winston-Salem, N. C 



I. II. English 



B.S. Business tdministration 



Florence I!. Fishel. Lexington. N. C. AM. Primary Education 

Mpha Delta Theta I; M.S.F. I; Intramurals 1: F.T.A. 3. 

Arnold i.wii Ford. Indian Trail. Y ( '.. III. English. Religion 

kappa Chi I. 2. 3. I: M.S.F. I. 2, 3: Fellowship Teams ;. 2. 3; Zenith Stall 
2. 3: Intramurals I. 2. :>. I: Tennis 2: Men's Ensemble 2: Towei Players I. 2. .;. 



Claii oj 1957 




Sylvia Fox, Charlotte, V C. .,./(. Religion, Music 

Kappa Delta 2. .1. I. Treasurer 3, President I: Secretary Student Coven i.i 

I: Secretary Womans Hall 2. 3; Judicial Council 3; President Panhellenic 

C icil I: Order ol Lighted Lamp 3, I: II ho's II ho I: Women's ( horus I 2 

.;. I: Tower Players 3; Choir 2. 3, I. \ssistanl Direclur 3. I; Ten Outstanding 



Seniors I. 



I!iin Si i. FrazIER, Statesville, \. I 



III. Religion 



l.amlnla Mpha I'hi 2. .!. I: Mpha Delta Theta I. 2, 3; M.S.F. I. 2. 3: Fellow- 
ship Teams 2, 3; Zenith Stall 3; Women's Chorus I. 2. 3; Choir I, 2, ... 



Clayton II. Gardner, Pleasant Garden, Y C. 111. Elementary Eiluratio. 

F.T.A. 3; \tlnaii-' Cluli 2: Kappa Sigma Delta ■'!: Brevard College I. 



Brice E. Gardner, Greensboro, \. C. 



I1.S. Business idministration 



Otis LaVan Gardner. Greensboro, Y C. All. Mathematics 

I).-lta Sigma Phi; Marshal 3; M.S.F.: F.T.A. I: Kappa Sigma Delta I. 



Barbara l>. Garland, Winston-Salem. Y C. 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1. 2 '.',. 



•I. II. l'twtit/\ Education 





\ si, i i.i si Gaskins. Y» Bern, N. C. B > llusii 

Lambda Alpha Phi 3. I: M.S.F. I. 2: Women's Chorus 1, 2. 3, I. President 2: 
Tower Players 2. .".. I: Choii I. 2. 3. I. Secretary 2, 3. President I: Band; 
Representative 1. 



Bill Gray. Ili^li Point, Y C. 



Priscilla Gingrich. New Castle. Va. B.S. Sociolog) 

Lambda Alpha Phi 2. 3. I. Vice-President I: \lpha Delta Theta 2. I: M.S.F. 
2; Fellowship Team 3. I. Chairman 3; Women's! lioru-2; Tower Players 2. 3. 4. 



Cla^ Mai rici Goodson, Winston-Salem. Y C. /-' V Business Administration 



William ''. <i<nci»>s. High Point. Y ( 



Lorisi Farlow Gaildin. Archdale, \. C. 

( Iimii 2. 3. I: Southern Pilgrim < ollege I. 2. 



/>'.> Business idministration 



U.S. 1/usi 



Johnson C. Greene, Mi. Gilead. N. <:. BS. Business Administration 

B.S.1 . I. 2. :.. I. Vice-Presidenl 2; Veterans' Club 3. I: F.B.L.A. I. 



Barbara I. Harper, High Point, N. < 



■I. II. Elementary Education 



l.i\u \lton Harris. Higli Point, N, C. 8.S. Business Administration 



Claudi I. Hartsell, High Point. N. C. 
Kappa Chi 2. :t. 4. 



!./(. Religion 



Patricia L Hauser, High Point. N. C. Ill- Elementary Education 

Phi Mu 3; Zenith Staff 3. t. Business Staff 3, Manager 4; F.T.A, I. 2. 3. I: 
\\ n'- Chorus I; Kappa Sigma Delta 3. I: Choir I. 2. 3, I. 



\\ unci n ll\»h-. Mi. \ir\. V ' 



4.11. Religion 





Barbara Vnn Heukkk. l..\iii".i.ni. N. t :. 
F.T.A. !; Kappa Si^ma Delta 3. 



A. II. Social Studies 



\\ \n\ Kathleen Henson, Pisgah Forest, N. *'. U.S. Business Administration 
Mpha Delta Theta -i. I: M.S.F. 3. 4, Secretarj I: Fellowship Team 3, I: Miss 
ll.l'.C. t: F.T.A. I: Brevard College I. 2. 



Ili bert Leon Hill, Thomasville. N, C. 

Kappa Si^ma Delta 3. 



A. II. Social Studies 



Charles \. Holcombe, III. \sheville, \ C AM. Religion 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Chaplain 4: Kappa Chi 3, 4; M.S.F. 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Intramurals 'i. 4; Men's Ensemble I: Choir I. 



Jackie Hoover, Greensboro. N. C. /./(. Spanish. Religion 

Phi Mn. Treasurer 2. Secretary 3, President 4: Student Government Legis- 
lature 3; Alpha D.lia Theta I. 2: M.S.F. 1. 2: Fellowship Team 2: Who's tt'lm 

I: Miss ll.l'.C. Contestant 3. 4; May Court .'.: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; 

Kappa Sigma Delta 3, 1; Ma\ Queen 1. 



Dwiu K. Hi iiiivkii. Ansonville, N. C. 




Wilbur \. Jarrett, Vsheboro, N. C. 
Who's Who. 



Prank \. Jeffers, Bloominglon. Indiana 
Kappa Chi; Veterans' Club, Vice-PresiuVni 1. 



Claii o( 1957 



Vrlyh lin Hi'ches, Mt. Viry, N. C. B.S. Business tdministration 

I an Kappa Epsilon. Treasure! I: Intramural* 3. I: Veterans' Club X I: 
F.B.L.A. 3. I: Band I. 

Bobby II. Hi nsi'CKER, Kannapolis, \. ( :. /./;. Social Studies, Education 

Pi Kappa \lpha; Hi-Po Staff 2; F.T.A. I: Kappa Sigma Delta 3, I. 



Barbara \nn Mi ntley, Charlotte, \. <.. \.B. English 

Alpha Camma Delta, Vice-Presidenl .!. Presidenl I: Secretary Sophomore Class 
2; Studenl Legislature Representative I: Legislature Recording Clerk -: Stu- 
denl Christian Council I, '!. Representative 3; M.S.F. I. 2. 3. Program Chairman 
3; Fellowship Team I. 2, I; \li— H.P.C. Contestanl I; Mas Courl 2: Intra- 
murals 1. 2. 3, -I: Ten Outstanding Seniors I 

Nancy Jean Ingram, lli'jli Point, V C. I. II. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi 2. 3; B.S.I . I; Intramural* 1. 1: F.T.A. I: Kappa Sigma 
Delta 3, I. 



Camilla Isley, Graham. \. C. A.B. English, Religion 

Lambda Alpha Phi 2. i. I. Presidenl .'.: Sludenl Christian Council I: Alpha 
Delta Theta I. 2. 3. I. Treasurer 2; M.S.F. I. 2. .'.. I: F.ll.m.liip Train 2. X 
Chairman 3; Zenith Staff 1: Intramural- 2. .'!. I: Women's Churn- 2. .i. 

Rosa Louse Jarrett, Basset i. Va. I.B. Social Studies 

Kappa Delta 2, 3. I: M.S.F. I. 2, 3; Intramurals 2. 3, I: F.T.A. 3, 1: \\ n's 

Chorus 2. :i; Kappa Sigma Delia 3; Tumi Players 2, .'!: Choir I. 2. 3, I. 



I. It. English 



I. It. English 



i i ii ■ i I, • , \ ■ c lis PhYsical Education 

Jack Johnson, High Point, N. L. "•• "> 

Delta Sigma Phi; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Inlra rals I. 2. 3, I. 



James W. Johnson, High Point, V C. B.S. Business Administration 

Intramurals I; Veterans' Club 3. 1: F.B.L.A. I. 



Shirley Lovelini Jones, Lynchburg. Va. 
Kappa Delta; B.S.I . I; F.T.A. k 



J imes II. Joyce, Jr.. Law ville, \. C. 

Tan Kappa Epsilon; Intramurals 1. 2, •'>. k 



I. It. English 



U.S. Physical Education 





Donald Jackson Kearns, Troy* N. C. A. II. S»< ml Studies 

Pi Kappa Upha, Presideni 1; Sludenl Governmeni Representative 2. 3, 4; 
M.S.F. I. i'. 3. 1: J.R.< • 2, .i. I: Veterans' Club 3, I: Kappa Sigma Delta 4: 
Tower Players, Presideni 1: Tin Outstanding Seniors I. 



Cari Kennedy, Trinity, V ('. 



U.S. HusiiH'ss Administration 



Phillip \. Kennedy, Thomasville. N. <^. 
F.T.A. I. 



AM. Sot inl Sludie 



Craic I.. Ki.sihc Ili^li Point, N. i.. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Upha: Sludenl Governmeni .1. I: Judiciar) Council I: I.F.C. 2. 3. 
Treasurer 4. Publicity Cliairman 3; Inlramurals 2. ',\. 4; F.B.L.A. 2. 3, \: Easl 
( arolina College I: Who's Who I. 



Ei/ceni Kirby. lliiili Point. \. C. t.li. Social Studies, Education 

F.T.A. 3. I: Veterans' Club .'!. I: Kappa Si^ma Drlla. Yic.-l'tv-iilinl 4; Dean'- 
l.i-l 2. .!. 



RoBF.RI DELBERT KlRKMAN, Greensboro. \. (!. U.S. Hii\inc.\s Administration 
Theta Chi, Presideni I. Treasurei 2: Judicial Council .'.. I: McCulloch Hall 
( ouncil 3; Ilil'ii Mall 4: Zenith Mall I: Marshal 3; Intramural? I. 2. 3. 4: 
Veterans' Club I. 2. 3; Tower Players I: Spanish Club 2; Who's Who I. 



< iiin»\ Kot.Ni/. Tlioma*\illr, V C. 



A.fl. English. Mathematics 



Leon Lamer, Jr., Winston-Salt-ni. V <'. B.S. Business Administration 



Leon Lee, Charlotte. N. C. A. It. Religion 

Kappa Chi. Secretary ... I: Tower Players '.. 1; Choir '■'■. I: Men's Ensemble I. 



Carroll L, Leonard, Lexington. Y C. 
Veterans' Gluh. 



/; S. Business idministration 



VoNCYLl LlNTHICI M. Randleman. N. < '.. AM. Religion 

Secretar) Junior Class '.'>: \ssembl> Commiltee I: Sludenl Christian ('ouncil 
3, I. Presideni I; Alpha Delia Thela I. 2. ,!, I. Secretary 2. Representative 4; 

Intramural- I: Dean's List .'!: \\ n'- Chorus I. 2: Tower Players .!. I: Choir 

2, :'.. I: /' ho's II lui 1: Ten Outstanding Seniors I. 



Pansi Mai I i\enoood, Lexington, \. C. III. English, French 

Alpha Delia Thela I. 2. 3: M.S.F. I. 2, 3: Hi-Po Mall 2: Zenith Stall 3. I. 
Picture Editoi I: Dean's I ,i«l I. 2. 3; Intramural- I. 3; F.T.A. I. 2. 3. t. Pro- 
gram Chairman i. Presideni I: I.R.C.. Secrelarj 2. Vice-President .*: Women's 
Chorus I: Kappa Sigma Delta 3, I. Secretary 3. I: Tower Players ■'<. I. 



ClaM oj 1957 




Roberi Lone, High Point, N. C. B.s. Business Administration 

I'lirla < lit 1. I; \ ilnaii-' Ciul. I. 2: lian.l I. 2. 3. I. Yj, .- I *i .--i. l,-i,i .',. 



Inn wi Ion /. Puerto Rica 
Gardner-Webb College 1. 2. 



U.S. Business lilliumsltnhmi 



Bkttv Ann I.ihiii. Thomasville. \. C. 

Hi-Po Staff 4; Marshal I: Kappa Sigma Delta I. 



A.B. I'rimtirv Education 



\vnm Jvni In \s. High Point, Y C. A.B. English 

Hi-Po Staff 1. 2. :i. 4, Feature Editor 2. \ -iale Editor :'.. Co-Editoi 1: Zi miii 

Stall 3, Feature Editor 3; Tower Players I. 2. 3. 



Shirley \nn Lytle, Old Fort, Y C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Upha Phi 2. 3. I. Chaplain ■',: F.T.A. I: \\ n's Chorus I. 2, 3 I 

Upha D.lia Theta 1. 2. '.. I: M.S.F. I. 2, 3. I: Fellowship Team 2. 



Thomas Gra\ McMahon, High Point, Y C. BS. Chemistry 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1. 2, 3. 4. Social Chairman I; Eta Mu Eta I: Dean"- List 1.2,3: 
Tennis Team 1. 2. 3; lntramurals 1. 1. 





John I,. \I\nn. Greensboro, Y I A.B. English 
Sigma Phi Epsilon I. 2. :(. I. Chaplain :;•. Class President 2. I: Student Govern- 
ment 2. 3: McCulloch Hall Council: Vssemblj i ittee 3: Dean's List I: 

Student Christian Council 2. 3. President 3: Kappa Chi 1. 2. .'.. I: Fellowship 
T.ain- 2: Hi-Po Stall I, 2: Zenith Staff I. i!. 3; Ten Outstanding Seniors 4; 
If ho's II l„. I. 



I!m:n Gordon Martin, Lawsonville. N. < 



I /; St>< inl Studies 



Shirley May Melki n. High Point. Y I A.B. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. I: Choir .!. I: Southern Pilgrim College I. 2. 3. 



Alexander Mellnik. Buffalo. \. V. B.S. \lusii 

Student Legislature I: Kappa Chi I. 2. 3. I: B.S.I . I. 2. 3. I: Tower Players 

I. 2. :'.. I: Choir I. 2. :'.. I: Band I. 2, .'.. \: Men's Ensemble I. 2. :'.. I. 



Nani ^ \ln.i Hi. Ml. liry. Y C. II: I 

Woman's Hall Council I: Upha Delta Theta I. 2. '■: M.S.F. I. 2. .',: II \ I 
Kappa Sigma Delta I. 

Clifton II. Moran. Jamestown. N. I . B.S. Business tdministration 

Theta Chi 3. I: F.T. V ... I. Veterans' ( lub 2. 3. 



I! vi I'M Moran, Jamestown, \. ( . 

Dean's l.i-i 3; Soccei I; Veterans' Club I. 



Norma Jean Morgan, Marshville, \. C. 
B.S.I I. 2. ::. 



I.B. Social Studies 



U.S. Business Administration 



I'm. i. \ Lou Morris, Winston-Salem. \. < :. i.B. English, Religion 

Woman's Mall Council 1: Vlpha Delia Thela I. 2. 3; M.S.I". I, 2. 3; Fellowship 
Team I : Zenith Sufi .'.: F.T.A. .".. 



Barbara Vnne Morrison, High Point. N. C i.B. English, Social Studies 

Lambila Vlpha Phi 3. I: Hi-I'a Stall I: Studenl Covernmenl 3; Kappa Sigma 
Delia 3, I: Towei Players I. 



Siiii.n Jam MosLEY, High Point. \. C. A.B. English, Mathematics 

Alpha Canima Delta '■'.. I. Vice-PresiilenI I; Secrelarj Day Students i: U.S. I . 

I: Hi-Po Stall l'. 3. I. News Editor 3. Co-Editor I: Marshal 3; Intn iral« I; 

F.T.A. -<: Epsilon Sigma Omicron .'i. 



Betty Millinix, Troy. N. C. B.S. Music 

Lambda Vlpha Phi 3. I: Vlpha Delia Theta I: Women's Chorus I. 2. 3. I. 
I'i.-i.I.iii 3: Tower Players I. 2. 3, I. Vice-Presideni 3: Choir I. 2. .'.. I: Band 

.;. i. 





Raefoiid K. Mi'rphv, Thomasville, N. C. U.S. Business Administration 



Carl Hi osois Nance. Thomasville. \. C. 
\ elerans' I Hub. 



U.S. Business Administration 



I'm i Nash. High Point. \. C. 
Tower Players 1. 



U.S. Business Administration 



James Newman, High Point, Y (!. U.S. Business Administration 

Tan Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain 3: Intramurals I. 2. .i. I. 



Carl B. Nich, Winston-Salem. N. C. 



i.B. Social Studies 



l"ii i i km- Nimon, Edgewater, Maryland LIS. Social Studies 

Pi Kappa Vlpha 1. 2. 3. I. Secretary i. I. Chaplain 3; Student Government 3, 4; 
Kappa Chi I. 2. 3. I: M.S.F. 1, 2. 3. I: Fellowship Team- I : Intramurals 2. .'!. I; 
Kappa v i ma Delia i .4. 




Claii o{ 1957 



Ro\ Fred Noble, Jr., Raleigh, Y I 
Pi Kappa VIpha; Intramurals I. 



A.B. Social Studies 



\\\i Paris Noe, lieauforl, \. C. U.S. Business Administration 

\l|>lia (iaiiiina Delia I. Treasurer I: Judicial') Council 1: Upli.i Delia Tliela 

3, I: M.S.F. 3, I: Zenith Stall 3. 



Barbara Hi \\ I'\i\i. Kmal Hull. \. C. /,\.v Uusii 

Kappa Delta I. 2. 3. I: Stutlenl Government I: i lioil I. 2. 3. I. 



Tom I'n m. Jr., High Point. Y I . 
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. 



B.S. I'hwirul Education 



Roberi I'k.kwi. Jamestown, N. C. 



Cavni i.i.i. Pi wii.i. Taylorsville, \. I 
W.A.A. 3, I: B.S.I . 3, I. 



B.S, Physical Education 



A.B. Elementary Education 



Herberi T. Pknry, Southmond, N. C, 



•/./(. Social Studies, Religion 



Fred A. Perdi e, Thomasville, N. C. 4.B. Mathematics, Social Studies 

Tan Kappa Epsilon. Secretary .1. 1: Student Government I: Marshal -i: Dean's 
List 1. 2. 3: Intramurals I. 2, '!. I. 



Inns Pikki. Ilipli Point. Y i.. B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Hi-Po Staff 2. .'!. I. Associate Business Managei 2, Business 
Manager 3, I; F.T.A. 3; Veterans' Club 3, I: F.B.L.A. I: Tower Players 2. 



Robert Gerald Phelps, Mich Point, Y C, 
F.T.A. I: Veterans' Club 2. 3; F.B.L.A. I. 



U.S. Business Administration 



John C. Pieri i. High Point, Y I ',. 



U.S. Business Administration 



■l.ll. Social Studies 



John "idi si. Powell, Statesville, N. C. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Treasurei Junior Class 3; Student Governmenl Repre- 
st-nlative I: Judicial Council 3; Kappa Sigma Delta •'. 4, Treasurer 3; Tower 
Players 1. 2. :i. 





\l. Reid Phillaman, lli;;li Point. N. C. 
Brevard I. 



A. II. Psychology, Education 



linn iiim. |*i ell. Franklinville, \. C. B.S. Home Economies 

Epsilon Sigma Omicron. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3; Dean's List 1, 2. :i: 
Student Christian Council. Social Chairman .'!: M.S.F. 1. 2. 3. 



Ki ii v Raca.n, San Antonio, Texas A.B. Religion. Sociology 

Upha Delta Thela I. 2. 3. I: M.S.F. I. 2. 3; Fellowship Teams 2. I: llil'o 
Siafi 1: Zenith Stall \; I.R.C. 2. 3. I. President 3, I: Women's Chorus I: Tower 
Players I. 



Jvmi-.s \\. Ray, High Point. \. C. 



R.S. Business Administration 



Clyde Ridcill, Kernersville. \. <.. 



U.S. Business Administration 



Patricia \\m Ritchie, High Point, Y C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Kappa Delia 2. 3. I: F.T.A. 2, 3, »: Guilford College 1. 



GLADYS ROBERTSON. Ili^ll Point. \. ('.. IIS. Home Economics 

Epsilon Sigma Omicron I. 2. 3. I. Historian 3, President I: Dean's List i: 
Vlpha Delta Thela I: M.S.F. I. 2. 3. 



Christim Robinson. Galax, Va. 
Alpha Delta Thela I: F.T.A. 3, I. 



A.B. Social Studies 



John Mathias Ri fty. Salisbury, N. C. A. It. Religion 
McGullocli Hall (Council 3: Student Christian Council 1. 1". Kappa Chi, Secre- 
tary 2. Presidenl I: M.S.F. I. 2: Fellowship Lain- 2; Zenith Stafl 2. 3, I: 
Intramural- I. 2. .(. I. 



William II. Rile. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Gardner-Webb College. 



A.B. Religion. Sociolog) 



I. Wi-in Si oil High Point. N. C. 

U.S. Business Administration. Social Studies 
F.T.A. 3; I.R.C. 3: Veterans' Club I. 2. 3: F.B.L.A. 2: Kappa Sigma Delta 3. I. 
Presidenl I. 



1 1 1 1 % Reio Sevhrd. High Point. Y <:. A.B. Religion 

Kappa Delia 2. 3. I: Sludenl Christian Council I. 2. I. Secretary 2: B.S.U. 1. 2. 
'.. I. Representative I. Secretary 2. Vice-Presidenl i. Publicity Chairman I: 
Kappa Sigma Delta '>: Towel Players I. 2, .'.. I: Choir 4. 



Clate 0/ 1957 




Hazel lii in Shore, Yadkinville, N. C. 



J. T. Skkkn. .In.. High I'.iini. N. C. 



I.H. Primary Edut ation 



B.S. Business Administration 



\] m;i Id i ii Smiley, Lynchburg. \ a. 



I. II. Religion, Soi iolog) 



Alpha (lamina Delta .'!. I. \.ii\iii.-. Chairman I: Class Treasure! I; Student 
Covemmenl Representative 2: Class Secretarj I: Upha Delta Theta I 2 '.■ 
M.s.l". I. 2. 3, I: Fellowship Teams I. 2. 3; Women's Chorus 2; Zenith Stall 

2,3, I. Picture Ed 3. Ed -in-Chief I: I.R.C. 3; Choir .!. I: Dean's I i-i 

1,2,3; Ordrrof Lighted lamp 3, I: Who's Who I: Ten Outstanding Seniors I. 



Donna Smith, Statesville, N. C. U.S. Business Administration 

Kappa Delia :i. I: K.T.A. .;. I; K.B.L.A. 3, I: Flora Macdonald College I. 



Ellen J\m. Smith, C.oI.I-Im.i... N. ( .. 

Iiiliaiinii.il- .',; I anipli-ll (Allege I. 



JAMES I.. Smith. High Point. \. ( . 
Veterans' Cluh: Kappa Sigma Delta j. 



I.H. English, French 



I.H. Sociology 





Robert H. Smith, Jr.. High Point, Y <i. B.S, Business Idministration 



Sylvia Smith. Kemersville. N. C. 
Choir i: Catawba College I. 2. 3. 



B.S. Music 



(.. \\ . Sowers, Jr.. Thomasville. Y ( 



W.5. Business Administration 



|o \nn Spell, Roseboro. V I.. i.B. Elementary Education 

B.S.I .3, I: Intramurals 3, I; W.A.A. 3. I. Vice-President I: Choir 3. I: Dean's 
List 3. 



.I.H. Etementar} Education 



M vki \m Ji se Si mum-. W hitnel. N. I 
Kappa Delta 1. -'• 3. I. Assistant Tna-ui.r I Chaplain 3. Recording Clerk ! 
Student Government Representatives. I: Upha Delta Theta I: M.S.F. 1,2.3. I: 
Fellowship Teams 2; Choir I. 2. 3, I. S arj I; Banil I. 



I'm i. Stanton. Greensboro. N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 1. 2. 3. I: Legislature I; Basketball I. 2. 3. I; Tennis 3. I: 
Goll 1.2: Who's Who \. 



L) blokes s ii phens, Elkin. \. ' '■■ 



III. Religion, U.S. llusi< 
Representative 2, 3: Alpha 



\lpha '•; , Delta 3. I: Stu.lenl Covernnienl h 'Y'7y'"'^tt 3 4 

Delta Theta 2; M.S.F. 2, 3. I: Fellowship I earns 2. 3; Zenith Staff 3. *. 
Minnie Harrell Music Vward 3: Ma> Court Ulendanl 2. i: Intramurals . 
Women's Chorus 2: Choir 2. 3, I: W.< .1 .N.C. I. 



Lloyd E. Sum iik. Hendcrsonville. N. C. 



n.s. iiusii 



B.S.I 2: Veterans' Clul. 2; Choir 2. 3. I: Band 2. 3, I. Business Managei I. 



jnuri Wool .n Sanson. Slalesville. \. C. B.S. Business 4dminislration 

Theta Chi Fraternity. E.litor Fraternil) News 3. Librarian I. Nud.-m *■'■*<*■ 
lature 3. I: \meriean Institute ol Inrlustrial Engineering I; West Kaleign 
Presbyterian Fellowship I: Intramurals 2. .'.. I: N. I .. Stale College L. 



Lario Strange, High Point, N. C. 



U.S. Chemisli i 



Rhonda Karen Strange, Gaslonia. \. C. I B. Religion. Social Studies 

Kappa Delta I. 2. 3. I. Vice-President ; Woman's Hall Council 3; Mpha Delta 
Thela I: M.S.F. I; Fellowship Teams I; Intramurals 1.2,3. I: Kappa Sigma 
Delta I: Banil 1,2.3. 1, Secretar) I: High Poinl Symphonj Orchestra 1.2.3. I. 



Giles Odium Terrell. Yaneeyville. N. C. 
Delta Sigma Phi; Stutlenl Governmenl I. 



U.S. Business Administration 





Cecil W. Tik.mxs, Jr., Roanoke. Va. B.S. Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Mpha I. 2. 3. I: M.CuII.mI, Hall Council 3: Hi-I'o Staff 1: Intra- 
murals 1. 2. 3, 4. 



J\nl Thornhill, Charlotte, \. C. 



■(./>'. English 



Sonn^ Thornton, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



U.S. Physical Education 



Loi ise Toler, Greensboro. N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. I: Mars Hill College I. 2; Woman's College 3. 



K \ 1 1 \1 miie Trim i n. \\.-i Jefferson, N. C. /./>'. Elementary Education, Music 
Mpha Delta Theta 3. I: M.S.F. 3. I: Fellowship Teams 3. I: F.T.A. 3; Women's 
Chorus :s. I. Vccompanisl 'i. I: Choir 3, I: Brevard College 1. 2. 



Gilberi P. \\ vcconer, Winston-Salem. \. C. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2: I.U.C. 2: link.- University 1. 



A.B. Social Studies 




Claii ol 1957 



Tori Barrier Wall, Independence. \ a. II: Primary Education 

\lpha Gamma Delta I. 2. 3. I: Student (■o\rrnmi-iii Rcprc-cnialivc I: Trea- 
urer Woman's Hall 3; Panhellenic Council Presidenl 3; l-'.T. \. I: Women's 
Chorus .!. I: Choir 2. 



Clayton \\ impler. High Poinl. \. < . /.'.>. Business tdminislration 

Delia Sigma Phi. I!u-li Chairman 1. '"cnii ( liairman I; Intramural* I. 2. 3. I: 
Track 3. 



Ibwi \\ are, Gastonia. N. C. I. II. Social Studies 

\l|.lia Delia Tli. ia 3; M.S.F. 3. I: Fellowship Trams 3. I: Dean's l.i-i 3; 
Brevard College I. 2. 



Dow m ii I!. \\ miiii.v Ili : ^li Poinl, \. I '.. 



Max C. Wi mi. High Poinl, \. I /.'.>. Business idministration 

James \l\in Weston, Winston-Salem, V I . ././>'. Social Studies 



Clyde Ei mm. Whatley - , Randleman, \. C. 
Intramurals 2: Veterans' Club I. 



Charles II. Whichard, Thomasville. N. C. 
Intramurals 2. 3. 



H.S. Physical Education 



U.S. Business Administration 



Margarei \\\ Whitesell, Columbia. S. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Mpha Delta Thela I. 2.3. I. Secrelar) 3. \ \> ■■ -I'l.-i.b -■• ■ I: M.S.K. I. I'ublieii> 
Chairman 1: Fellowship Irani- 3. I: Order id l.ighie.l lamp .!. I: \lar-bal .'!: 

Intramurals 1, 2; F.T.A. I: \\ n'- Chorus 2. .'.: Towel Players 3. I: Dean's 

l.i-i I. 2, 3. 



J. P. Wiley, High Point. N. C. 



8.5. Business Administration 



Doris Lane Williamson, Chadhourn. N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Vlpha Delta Theta 2. 3. I: M.S.F. 2. 3. I: Fellowship Teams I: F.T.A. 2, I. 



I'm i. \i m Wilson. Jr., W inston-Salem. Y C. U.S. Business Administration 

M.S.F. 2: r.a-k.iball 1: Inlramurals 1,2.3, I. 





kiNMin Workman, Thomasville. \. ' • 



Vernon Wright, Thomasville, N. <•. 



U.S. Business Administration 



lli.\m I. York. Jr.. High Puint, N. C. 



B.S. Biology, Chemistry 



DiiVM Jack Voi \c, Beaufort. \. C. '•/>'■ Social Studies 

Sigma Phi Epsilon I: M.S.F. I. - I: Treasurer Senior Class I: Intramurah I: 
\ . Ii ran-' ( iliili 1. 



Garland Voi \c Charlotte. N. C. i.B. Religion, English 

Student Governmenl i. I: Studenl Christian Council 2. 3. 1: Kappa Chi 1. 2. 3. 
I. Seerelar) 2: M.S.F. I. 2. i. I: Fellowship Teams 1: Zenith Stafl 3; Chiei 
Marshal .1: Who's Who I: Ten Outstanding Seniors I. 



Maiii .1" Vol sc, Bald Creek. N. C. ill. Religion 

\lplia Delia Theia i. I: S.C.A. Representative I: S.C.C. Vice-Presidenl 1: 
Fellowship Teams 3. 1; F.T.A. 4; Choir 3. I; Brevard College 1,2. 



Senior* JSot (Pictured 



A M.I IK I VI K III I K 

High Point. \. C. 
HS. Physical Education 
Delta Sigma Phi; Baskelhall I: Intramurals I. 2. I, I 

.1 mi- I i mi Br \ni 
Guilford College, V C. 

MllllWI Ihllll 

Worlhulle. N. C. 
I. II. Primary Education 
Creensl I oil. -i- I. 2. 



kl.WI.I II GlIOl I I . WII'KI.I.I 

Vadkin\ille, N, C. 

RllBI i: I 1 1 Mini N 

Spring Lake, \. C, 

\i i i I'l I III: 

Salishury. \. t :. 

/.' 5. Home Et onomics 



RoBERl Fl LP 

High Point, N, C. 



Vri mi Glenn, Jr. 
\\ inston-Salern, N. C. 



Jim i '.. Hall 
High Point, N. C. 
U.S. Business Administration 
Tan Kappa Epsilon, Secretary .".: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 



K M I'll 1 1 III. 

High Point. N. C. 



I.I llll .11 I I M.I 

High Point, N. t :. 



I'liN Mil || \\{ ill K 

Archdale. N. C. 
U.S. Physical Education 
Basketball I. 2; Intramurals 1. I. 



Claii oj 1957 



Senior* JSot Pictured 



Robert I!. Harrison 

I ll<>lll;l~\ ill.-. V < \. 

H.S. Business Administration 



Jo \wi Kirk m i\ 

\\ ilM,Hl->.l|, III. \. i .. 



THOM \-- MILLION 

Mailihon. Y (.. 



I llll- E. Mil I II 

(.. .1.1-1.,. ni. Y ( . 
A.B. English, Religion 



I'll \\i KS Pasi II \l. 
Siiiinniiiiilil. N. C. 



I.i i.\ \\\ PoPI 

Wadesboro, Y C. 
A.B. Primary Education 
Meredith College 1. 2. .i. 

\\ v\ \i. \. Ki in 



\\ n. 1. 1 \ \i L. Si i *\ \i;i. Jr. 
High Point. .Y C. 
I/:. Social Studies 

\l \i:i \li \i.n i S 1 1 vki 
lli^h Point, Y C. 



I'.nu UID II Uilll-. TlNSI-EY 

High Poinl, \. C. 



( ,i: \n\ Shelton, Jr. 
Madison, N. C. 



\\ ii. 1. 1 \m K. \\ hi i r. 
Linwood, Y <!. 



January 25 — ..New Student J enroll 



,■• 




ll is January 25, and it new 

semestei has begun. Second se- 
mester students, Dennis II. AV</- 
ding, Dal as S. Ring, James 

Donald Phillips, James Kit liar, I 

I. ester, Arnold Lane, Carolyn 
Calloway, and Sarah Pugh pause 
111 front t.i Robert's Hull t>> ths- 
r//ss class schedules, neu teach- 
ers, "iid plans tai ihi- semester. 



19 



Order of the J^iyhted J^amp 



On \\ i(lii<-ila\ . I'ebruarj 13, t«'n of us 
were inducted into The Order of the Lighted 







Lamp, l-'niiii the 



if the statel) 



procession ol while an<l lilaek robes. I realized 
the diguitv of the occasion. Then came the 
Tapping Ccrcmonv. \e\cr lii-lore has such 
a light lap upon ni\ shoulder meanl so inueh 
in me! As I sat listening to Dr. Hinshaw lell 
ol the high requirements of the Order, I round 
myself wondering what I was doing on the 
stage. \ member must have hail a B average 
for five consecutive semesters, he of unques- 
tionable character, and must have given out- 
standing evidences of leadership and service 
in the college. \s Dr. Kenneth Goodson 
spoke. I sensed over the entire audience a 
high esteem for his words and for his life 
which personifies the ideals of the Order. 
Each year his address inspires us. hut it meant 
even more to leu of us thai morning. 

Scholarship. Character. Leadership. Sen ice 
these, our high ideals, will remain a part 
of our lives far past college days, for in gain- 
ing this high honor, we lake on the great 
responsibility of li\ing up to all for which the 
Order ol the Lighted Lamp has stood through- 
out the years. 



First row, left to right: C. If . Faulkner, Sylvia Fox. 

War) Ruth Smiley, Barbara Huntley, William Rule, 
Camilla Isley, Barbara Wilson, Margaret Whitesell, 
Pans) Liven good. Second row, left to right: Totnm) 

McMahon, Paul Alwell, Shelb) Wosley, J. I.. Peter- 
son, 



Statel) Procession of members 
and assembl) speakers add 
dignit) in Tapping Service. 




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No junior marshal will e\er forget ihe day 
he hurried i<> the post office, hoping he would 
not he faced with an empt) box, and found 
an otlirial looking letter informing him that 
lie had been chosen a marshal hy the faculty. 
Kach year the marshals are chosen on the 
hasis of their scholastic attainments, leader- 
ship, and participation in college activities. 
As a marshal he will usher for community 
concerts, check assembly attendance, lead the 
senior procession, and usher at graduation. 
Fourteen members of the Junior ('lass were 
elected as marshals. 



Top Picture, left fu right: Pats) Hobbs. Murphy 
Osborne, Louise Pugh. (',. IP. Faulkner, Elsie C. 
Taylor, Wilbur Jackson, anil Beverly Deal. 



Bottom Picture, left to right: Fred Macon, Hetty Ann 
Lord, J. I.. Peterson. Dot Lloyd, Paul Atuell. Betsy 
Hedgecock, and Jack Barrier. 




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lliat we came back to college 



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ill September . . . reaching the half way mark ol our college career . . . 
selecting a major . . . finding lime to help the freshmen . . . meeting new 
transfer students . . . this year was to lie the l»'-i one. We talked importantly 
about many interesting things . . . majors in primary education, English, 
biology, religion . . . Time was fleeting . . . Christmas holidays were near 
. . . term papers were due . . . pre-registration had begun . . . the days were 
Idled with man) delightful experiences. 

Finally second semester came . . . bothered and bewildered . . . the 
usual amount of confusion, despair, and even more . . . impatience played 
its part in the final registration . . . schedules had to lit the new system for 
student teaching. The weeks passed and spring blossomed lorth with all 
its glory . . . wearing of the college ring . . . noticing the diamonds and 
fraternity pins . . . glancing at the new couples . . . planning the Junior- 
Senior Prom . . . looking forward to the Spring Dance ... it was all a sign 
of spring. It was also the time ol year when we became more aware of the 
spiritual atmosphere on the campus . . . the evening vespers . . . the prayer 
meetings . . . the morning devotions . . . lhe\ added so much to our lives. 

Ever mindful ol next year which would bring added responsibilities . . . 
election ol officers . . . class of '58 . . . we waved farewell to the seniors 
and knew that we would soon follow in their footsteps. 



£unior£ Plan Prom, 




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OFFICERS 

Barbara Wilson, Secretary, shows 
her High Point College class 
ring to Vice-President, Phil 
i rockett, and President, Murphy 
Osborne, as Harry Gray, Treas- 
urer, nails in take their order 
lor n ring. 




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Oonny \liimi\ helps In-' dale, I'm Beam, into the car as 
the) anticipate -in unforgettable evening at the Junior-Senior, 



An >'.\<iiiriL' "high point" of every year is spring cam- 
paigning \»t SGA officers. Juniors came in Inrtie numbei s 
to support their favorite candidates. 



Professors assigned more research papers, and man) inn 
tors became inll\ acquainted with thv magazine and volume 
section in ill*' basement of the library. 



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First row: 

IU.I.n V U.I'.IIICIIT. Paul Dean VTWELL. Patti BAL- 
LARD. Jack BARRIER. Patricia Ann BEAM. William 
BEASELEY, John BEASELEY. Libb) BELL. 



Second kuc: 

Kemp BENNETT. Kenneth BLACK, William BLUE, 
Ben BRANTLEY, William G.a\ HIILWLR. Beth Jean 
BROOKS. Randx Bl RGKSS. Pepper BURNS. 



Third row: 

[err) CAMPBELL. Claude Tern CAMPBELL. Joe CAR- 
RINGTON. Micke) CA1 DLE. Jr.. Waller CHILTON. 
Robert W. CLIN VRD. Frank COLLINS. Rush COLLINS. 



Fourth row: 

Joe COMPTON. Bill CRAIG. Nancy CREWS, Phil 

CIIOCKLTT. I.amenee ClRlilL. Robert K. DABBS, 

Beverb DEAL. Donald DORSLTT. 



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First rate: 

Juliana Tucker DOSS. liol.l.v |(a\ l)I \l! \l!. George 
EANES. Frazier M. EDWARDS. III. Inn,- IW ELDER. 
Marlha Wilson Kl.l.l \(;'l'( ).\. Cra\ KVKIil I Ai!T. C. \\. 
FAl LKNF.R. Jr. 



Second run: 

\ulu.^ R. FLYNT. Jr.. Bobb\ Lee FOSTER. Jeanene 
FOWLER. Sue IliKSIIW \TKIt. Don FRYE. James G. 
FRYE, Roeer II RR. Theron T. GAILEY. 



Third row: 

Raym I GARDNER. Julia Vnita GARNER. James 

GARNETT. Gabl.\ <;\l!i:r.TT. Joe GIBSON. Rachael S. 
OOODMA.Y Harold (;. GRAY, Lane GREENE. 



Fourth row: 

Wie Vnne GUNN. Bern Jo HARRINGTON. Barbara 
\nn HARRIS. Louise HARRIS. Ho\le Travis HART- 
LEY. Ih.nl K. II VRTLEY. Bets> Riith HEDGECOCK, 
T. R. HENDRIX. 













First row: 

Pats) Vnn HOBBS. Howard HOLBROOK. Bill III I. 
GELE. Carolyn Eagle III GHES. Bryce III NT. Weldon 
A. IDOL. George \\ . IVEY. Jr.. Wilbur I. I \CKSOY 



Second row: 

Lloyd JONES. Nellie Mar JONES, I'aul JONES, Lee J. 
JORDAN. Pat JORDAN. Norma Jean KEAJi.NS. Anne 

KERR. William I). KISER. 



Third row: 

|. Edwin LACKEY. Vlberl LANE. Jimmj LAIN, Joetta 
LANIER. Co) I!. LEONARD. Lawrence LEWELLEN. 
[ohnn\ LEWIS. Luke LIVINGSTON. 



Fourth row: 

Do,, B. LLOYD. Dol LLOYD. Colo,, Douglas LONG. 
Nell LONG. William lional.l I.I CAS. lU.l.x I^NDoN. 
Jackie VIcCI LLOCH, Thomas C. \kLEAN. 



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First row: 

Bobbj McCLEOD, Fred MACON. Nanc) Beeson MA 
CON, Shirk) MILLER. Elaine MILLS, [ames \\ . MOR- 
RIS, Jr., Paul MOSS. Noble Ml LLICAN, Jr. 



Second rou : 

|)..ii \lli;i;\L D.imcI L. \ni:ilS. Fairrell MYRICK. 
William l>. NEWKIRK. Elsie Max OAKLEY. Max David 
OAKLEY. Murph) Morgan OSBORNE. Jr.. S. J. PAR- 
KKIL 



Third row: 

Kenneth PAXTON. Arnold PENDER. Bill PENNEWELL. 
Sue PERRY, l-'r.-d \. PLIERS. J. L. PETERSON. |r.. 
Hazel PHILLIPS, William PLACE. 



Fourth row: 

Mar) Davis POPE. Martin POYNER, Dennis PR! ITT. 
Louise PUGH. Helen RAKESTRAW. Nanc) Jo RICE, 
Gene RIDDLE. John RIERSON. 





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First row: 

Jim ROBERTS. Mark S. ROSE. Jr.. Sarah Jean R1 FTY, 
Leon SAFRIT. Linda SECHREST. Don SHAMEL. Mar- 
tha SHELTON. Roger SHELTON. 



Second row: 

G gc SIIKI'IIKKI). Am,,' SHERRILL, Randall Sill - 

LER. Joseph li. SICELOFF, Bill) Hayes SIMPSON, 
Gene SIMPSON, Bets) SINGLK'I 'WW . James Ardell 
SINK. 



I In nl row: 

Boyd SMITH. Daniel SMITH. Jim SMITH. Royce E 
SMITH. Robert C. SNYDER, Kenneth Stanle) STAF 
FORD. Sarah STAFFORD, Jiinim STARNES. 



Fourth row: 

Paul STARNES. John Cliarlo SI \IO\. Buford K\lc 
STIRLING. Bobb) SUGGS, Jim SUMNER, \. li. (Bill) 

SWAIN. Slick sVkKS. Iia\ A. TAYLOR. 







First row: 

Mm TEAGUE. Pope THORNTON. Bill TYSON, Billv 
C. VESTAL. Larr) B. \\ MTM \Y Thomas E. \\ \I.KKi;. 
Sarah Jane \\ ML. Judith Todd \\ Mil). 



Second row: 

Waller L. WARD. Braxton WARNER. Eugene WA1 
KINS. Harold R. \\ \TSON. Tom WEN. Jr.. Rax 
WICKER. Lawrence Frank WILKES. Larr) l». WIL- 
KINSON. 



Third row: 

r.aibara WILSON. Dick WILSON. Frances WILSON. 
Lam Lewis WILSON. Nam \ 1 VPLE. Harold Floyd 

YOl noli;. 



foreign Jianyuaye J^aboratory 




Dr. Frances Muldrow looks over the shoulder 
of W. 0. White as he and Ronald Black. Charles 
Davis. Barbara Garland. Bennj Copple. and 
Graj Brewer. Jr.. Irani l>\ listening — the main 
principle in the language lab. Bobb) Owens, 
one of the assistants, looks on. I5\ means of tape 

recording, students gain \ alual .1.- e\perien< ■<■ in 

listening to French. Spanish, ami German. 

The project is in its pioneer stage at High 
Poinl College. M present onl) listening i- prac- 
ticed in the primary and intermediate language 
sections. However, students majoring in lan- 
guage make their nun recordings, and these give 
aid in correcting pronunciation and sentence 
structure. The laboratory material is integrated 
with the work in the classroom. 

Ml student- have a 25-minute period twice 
a week, and h\ mean- ol individual head sets 
the\ hear recordings made In facult) members 
ami natives. Lour student assistants. l'an-\ 
Livengood. .1. L. Peterson. Bobb> Ouens. ami 
W mi Stuart change the tape and operate the 
recordei s. 



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The lower rising against the sk) as we enter the gate, bringing hack 
pleasant recollections of past days, beckoning with all the promise ol the 
new year . . . co-eds hugging each other . . . boys slapping each other on 
the shoulder . . . feeling il good to be back with friends who have shared both 
our silliest and our mo-t philosophical moments . . . helping to straighten out 
schedules for freshmen ju>l as green as we were once . . . carrying in 
their luggage . . . helping them gel settled . . . lending a sympathetic 
shoulder to those with the "homesick blues'" . . . feeling a thrill ol pride 
when a new student says, "High Point College': 1 I love il!" 

Soon in the -wing ol things again . . . winking hard on stage scenery 
for Harvey . . . racing around campus lo gel all the facts for a last min- 
ute Hi-Po stor\ . . . attending Fall Forum sessions . . . yelling ourselves 
hoarse as Shrimp leads us in cheers at a basketball game . . . enjoying 
concerts in the auditorium and Sundaj evening walks before vespers . . . 
getting read) tor a big evening with a very special person . . . watching 
for the Montlieii bus after an afternoon movie down town. . . . 

Studying, too . . . deciphering Chaucer . . . discovering, somewhat to 
our surprise, that we reallj enjoj that Shakespeare play . . . practicing 
a pantomime for speech class . . . reading history parallel . . . studying 
genera] psycholog) and psychoanalyzing our friends in those midnight 
gab sessions. . . . 

Stopping sometimes in the hustle ol college lile . . . in a quiet moment 
realizing that we are gathering into our lives memories we shall cherish. 
friendships we shall value through all the years to come. 



Sophomore* Psychoanalyze) 



Sylvia Hill, Betty Muftis, Al Trevarthen, Billie Paisley, 
and Janice Solomon gathered around Sta Taylor <// /he 
piano /" sing carols the night before leaving for Christmas 
holidays. 



Exams were just around the corner, and freshman, Edna 
Rose Duncan, received a he/ping hand from sophomore, 
Hurhurn Amis, uho coached her on "parts of the trog." 



Registration turn- again! Sylvia lh<li mid Johnny Daven- 
port stopped l>\ the registrai s office it> pick up > law cards 
Irmn Mono. By pre-registering, they were able t» get same 
• tosses. 




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OFFICERS 

The sophomore part) is Friday 
night, and officers take a break 
from planning. Treasurer, Ann 
Kurfees, demonstrates a new 
dance step f <» vice-president, 
Charles Dyson, while president, 
Charles l.ee Watson, changes t<> 
a bop record, and secretary, June 
ilartin, enjoys "the pause that 
refreshes" 




Orientate Qrozh, Cnjoy <4j$e 





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First row: 

Margaret \nn \DM\S. T. R. ALEXANDER. I!..\ B. 
VLLEN, Barbara Ann VYERS. 



Second rou : 

Robert \YERS, Fred I!. BARBER. Jr.. Maur) BEAl CHOT 
Sue BEESON. 



Third row: 

Jack BENFIELD, Frank E. BERRY, Bill BINGHAM, 
Ronald BLACK. 



Fourth row: 

Ruth Helen BOONE. Donald BOWERS. Monroe BOWLES, 
Ben BRANTLEY. 



Fijth row: 

Linda BRIGGS. Clarence Wayne BROWN. Vlartha Jane 
III FFALO. M.-ll III SBIN. 



Sixth row: 

Douglas L. BYRD. II. Samuel CARTER. Paul M. CASSELL. 
Jr.. Helen Carlene CATES. 



Seventh row: 

Stainej Lee CECIL. Uene CH WDI.KIS. Ronald CH \l 
MAN, Dudlei CLINARD. 



Eighth Km . 

George COOK. Carson COX. Virginia COX. C. B. CROOK. 
Jr. 



V</?//l /<>(( : 

Oscar L. CULLER. Smah CUTHRELL. John DAVEN- 
PORT. Rose DAVIDSON. 



Tenth row: 

Charles D. I) WIS. Leonard DeLAPI". V.lrain DF.I.K. Is,a<- 
Lewis DENNY. 







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^ (/.s/ ron : 

Martha L. DICKENS. Charles DYSON. 
John I". Kl>\\ VRDS. Roherl Lewis 
ELLIOT. Charles Leo FAI ST. 



Second row: 

l.< i;.,v Duke FLEMING. Willard FORMY- 
1)1 V \L. Richard II. FOSTER. Lilian 
GALBREATH. Luc\ GARC1 V. 



/ h> hI row: 

Donald F. GEORGE. David Morris GOR- 
DON. Edrie Chunn GREENE. Bill} \rnold 
GROOME. Gibbs d\\ ") N. 



Fourth run: 

Elmer HALL. Warren E. HAMILTON. 
John HANNER. Franklin HAZZARD. 
Edward Lee HEDDEN. 



Fifth row: 

Sylvia Evans HILL. Donald L. MILTON. 
Bett) T. HINESLEY. Willie Lieu HOD- 
GES, Mar^ \m, IIODCIN. 



Sixth row: 

Svlvia HOLT. Selena HOYLE. Libb) 
HURST. Sharan INGRAM. Steve IN- 
GR Wl. 



Seventh row: 

Beth Rose I VRRETT. Bennie R. JENK- 
INS! Frederick D. JOBE. Lee Raj JOLLY. 
Kelle\ JONES. 



Eighth row: 

Wesle\ JONES. El r Lee IOYNER. 

Jem R k\V G. C. klllkMW Jr.. 
Carolyn KOONTZ. 



\ in'.h rou : 

\,m kl RFEES. Gavle LEMMOND. Ra 

in. .mm LEONARD. I aid k. LEVINA. 

Jackie L. LEW IS. 



/ en</i row: 

Shelb\ Jean LINVILLI 

I.I.OM). \l,i\ l.ol-'I.IY 
Beth MeCl LLOCH. 



Glenn Davis 
romni\ LOFTIS. 



First rail': 

Donald McGEE. \\ . C. McGEE. Jr.. Pats) 
Wood McKINNON. Loberta Louise Mc- 
NEILL. William F. \l VBE. 



Second row : 

l.luin Lee MACKINTOSH. Deedie MAR- 
LOWE. Davis L. M MiTIV Jane MARTIN, 
Un-tta Mn.ts \i \i;ti\. 



Third row: 

Pedro Mayor MONTES. Bett) MEACH \\l. 
Bobb) Raj \IICII A El.. J...- MISEY 
HEIMER, Wade MONTGOMERY. 



Fourth row: 

Pats\ MOORE. William l>. MOORE. Billie 
MORGAN, Uron MOSS. Bern Ml I.I. IS. 



Fifth row: 

Lutritia Ml RPHY, Shelb) Jean NELSON. 
Gordon NIFONG. Sara Ann OWENS. 
Billie PAISLEY. 



Si \lh row : 

George W. PARIS, Jr.. Jim PARRISH. 
Betsj Lee \'\\ NE, Bett) Jam- PAYNE. 
Joyce PAYNE. 



Seventh row: 

L. Mahlon PENDRY. Beth PETERSON. 
John Bennett PHILLIPS. Patsj POOLE. 
Bill PRICE. 



Eighth row: 

Phil RAINY. II. nn RAPP. Pegg) Ella 
RICH. Kenl RICH VRDSON. Rhonda 
ROBBINS. 



Ninth mil : 

I. L. ROBERSON. John k. ROBERTS. 

|r.. \\ illiam liOHCEIiS. Jim ROSE. I.ral. 
SWII ELS. 



I en lli row: 

lima Jan.- SCIil CCS. D.mal.l Manl.\ 

SELLARS. Fred SHERRER. Peggi I. 

SHOOK. 11,-njamin limn SHORE. 









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Airs/ mi/i. 



David Wilde SILLMON. Edward II. SMITH. Kmma Hhue 
SMITH, Roberl Eugene SMI1 II. 



Second row: 

Clegg Duboise SPEIGHT. Janice Ka\ SOLOMON. Robert 
Dale SPEIGHT, red SPENCER. 



/ bird ion : 

Douglas I{ i( \ SQUIRES. Barbara STAFFORD. Willis 

stkvlns. i i.i — i dax strader. 



Fourth row: 

David STROI PE. Mien SI RRATT. Larrj SWIGGETT, 
Vernon TATE. 



Fifth row: 

Sin TAYLOR. Sara Frances TILLEY, Albert I!. TRE- 
VARTHEN. Fred Lewis YONCANNON. 



Si \ih i ou . 

Norman W. \\ VMPLER. Bill\ C \\ AliliKN. Luiii-.- WAR- 
REN, Charles Lee WATSON. 



Seventh row: 

| im WHITE. Dwighi WHITLOCK, Bob WIENBERRY, Bob 

\\ II. 1. 1 WIS. 



Eighth row: 

Charles \. WILLIAMS. Km \\ . WILLI WIS. Larry E. 
WILLI WIS. Doris Browning WILSON. 



Mnih row: 

Jud\ WILSON. Dm, WolikMW. Shirlej YOKLEY. 
Sh.ll.\ Jean YORK. 



Tenth row: 

Ben F. ZAMBRANA. 



\:ii pictured: 
Richard HALLMAN. 



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We came to High Point College in September . . . leaving friends at 
home . . . ;n-« eptiiig new responsibilities . . . meeting new people . . ■ we 
were beginning a new era in our life . . . college with ils many oppor- 
tunities. Arriving on campus, our first week was filled with the procedures 
ol orientation . . . tests, parlies, meetings . . . learning new names with 
the help ol upperclassmen . . . gelling acquainted with professors ... it 
was all a pari ol ihi.- life. Classes started the following Monday . . . read- 
ing history assignments . . . dreading biology lali . . . writing a theme . . . 
exercising our muscles in physical education became a routine matter. 
What! our grades will lie mailed home'.'' . . . not so soon . . . we resolved 
to do our best. 

\l first time stood still . . . wailing lor a letter from home . . . discussing 
troubles with upperclassmen . . . counting the thus until Christmas . . . we 
loiind time was loo valuable for worry. Everyone was so friendly and we 
began to know our classmates . . . elections held . . . officers chosen . . . 
clubs organized . . . members joined . . . we became a pari of various 
activities and look our places as leaders of different organizations. 

Our parlies were mam . . . getting ready for thai special person . . . 
looking forward to the Spring Dance . . . joining in tun with our sorority 
and fraternity friends. Vie had grown a lot during the past months . . . 
spiritual development . . . mental achievement . . . physical growth ... it 
bail all happened in a year. 

The end was almost in sight and the year had been filled with many 
enjoyable occasions . . . friends lending a helping hand . . . teachers guid- 
ing our lootsteps . . . now looking to the liilure. we are anticipating another 
wonderful year together. 



Jrebhmen Uake Ve^t*, 



"Do tou have a 'Bonnie Tiee' listed?" 
the blonde-headed a 1 "/ asked the first 
da) ol school as she checked into 
II oman's Hall. Bobbie Barrett and 
Vancy Millet soon escorted her la hei 
third floor home for a year. 




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OFFICERS 

A familiar scene is posed /»> 
Freshmen Officers. Harold 
Wright, president, and treasurer, 
Gordon "Scottie" Poindexter, 
laughingly welcome secretary, 
Judy Fish, into Woman's Hull 

by handing her the traditional 
lll'l beanie. Fred Handy, vice- 
president, begins bringing in 
laggage for his Florida class- 
mate. 




Model J3eanie£, Choose 3riena£ 




"The hut tint s Daughter, ' 
as acted out by Elaine 
Hoover, was one »*• the 
high spots of the tall 
Freshman Talent Shim. 



8:20 It Kh net, books 
mill beanie, George Boose 
seemed somewhat appre- 
hensive us he entered f>t\ 
first 'loss at HPCl 



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First 



row: 



Carol MM'.V Jean I'ranees •WEIS'i. ll.-nn \U.KS. Bohhv 
BADGETT. James BARNES. Bett) BAUGHN. Robert 
BEAIRD, David \. BEAN. Gilbert' Ward KELSON. Jr.. 
Leon I'.KI SSI,. 



Second rote: 

Diane BINGH \M. Claudette BLACKWELL, Ann BLANCH- 
MM). George BOOSE. Otis Clairel B0R01 GHS, Ernest V. 
KKEWEK. MarM-llc I'.liOW N. Martha Ann BULLA, James 
\\. Ill IfOEIi. Mini CALLOWAY. 



Third row: 

Virginia \nita CANNOY. Ubea CUMIN. Linda CHAS- 
TAIN, lames M. CI.MiK. William Charles CI.Mtk. Helen 
CLAY. Raynard CLAY. Eugene C. CLEMENTS. Jane 
Wrenn COATES. Karl COOK. 



Fourth row: 

lian.K Olan.l < .\U:< ,< iEli. William E.luanl DAMON. Elea- 
nor Roberta DAVIS. Herberl C. DAVIS. John Earl DAVIS. 
Jr., Peggj DAVIS. Regina Ann DAWSON, Paul J. DEAN. 
Svlvia Jane DEATON. Keith DODSON. 



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First row: 

Betty Gray DORMAN. Eva Nell DORSETT, Edna Rose 
DUNCAN. Bettj Brinkle\ EARLY, )ud\ FISH. Glen Gan 
FLETCHER. Harold I LETCHER, Carolyn FUSSEL, Daniel 
Jerome FUSSEL. Jr.. Samuel A. GILLEY. 



Second row: 

Lloyd GINNS. Pati GOLDSTON, William Q. GOODMAN, 
Fail GRAY. Bets) Sue GREENE. Lee GROOME, Carolyn 
Anne <;i YER, Carolyn HALL, Fred HANDY, Jonnye Sue 

HANKY 



Third row: 

Tommy MANNER. Elizabeth HARDIN, Ronnie HAUSER. 
Wanda HAl SKR. Srl.na IIAZEMEY. Ann HIGHSMITH. 
Ed HILL. Jack Mili.m HILL. Also,. IIODCIY Howard 
HONEYCI IT. 



/' nil I ill I mi : 

Flam.- HOOVER, Richard I. Ill BER. Charles Louis III IF. 
Jr.. Dock HUGGINS, Terr) Richard III TCI I INS. Sara 
JACKSON. Donald JEFFERS. Robert Henr) JESS! P, 
Charles I!. JOHNSON. Clarence R. JOHNSON. 



Fifth row: 

Frank JORDAN. T. L. KELLY, Carolyn KENNEDY. Mil- 
ford Loy KENNEDY. Tommj KERR.' Franklin KIMBRO. 
Arnold Thomas LAWSON, Bob LAWSON. Dele LEE, 
Frances Ann LEWIS. 



Sixth row: 

William Ell.x LEW IS. Jr.. Donna L.-ah LITTLETON. Lvnda 
LOMAX, Carolyn LOWDER. Mice Jen McDADE. Bill 
M.KECIINIK. Daryl W. McKENZIE, Perr) Luke McKIN- 
NEY, Ruth Ann VIACON, Barbara MADISON. 







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First row: 

Charles MANN. Frances MARION. John Wilton MEI.\ IN. 
(.iarolui MILLER. I'lixllis Carole MINTER. Edward Lee 
MITCHELL. William Jason MOORE. Donald VI. MORGAN. 
Donald M. MORRISON. Renate Ml ELLER. 



Second row: 

Paul Roberl MUSE. Jr.. Thomas Andrew MYERS, Donald 
I.,,. \ESBITT. SxKia MCKS. Patl OLMSTED. Bobby 
OWENS. Dewe) L. PAYNE. Liz PETERSON. Shirley 
PHILLIPS. Billie PICKETT. 



Third row: 

Gordon S. POINDEXTER. Lelia POLLOK. Jean PORTER- 
FIELD. Cletus POTTS. Carol PRUVIS. Shelb) Jean 
RACKLEY. Glenda Viae RADCLIFFE. Josepli RAWLEY. 
Pat l\\\. Roberl Lee RHODES. 



/■(iiui/i row: 

Charles C. RIDDLE. Dot RIDENHOI R. J. V. ROBERSON. 
lerr) Travis ROBERTS. Anna Marie ROGERS. Robert B. 
ROGERS. Benjamin C. ROI SE. Daniel W . KOI III. Eliza- 
beth IM SSELL. \u-iin S\l NDERS. 



Fifth itiii: 

Barbara SCHRUM. Anita SEA WELL. Bobbie SHEFFIELD. 
Claxis (). SIIELTOY Sonja Ann SHOOK. Norman 
SHRONCE. Barbara SMI FORD. Gaye SILLS. Pegg) SISK. 
Jeannette SMALL. 



Sixth row: 

I bun Veranne SMITH. Elaine SMITH. Jackie SMITH. 
Roberl Lee SMITH. David STANTON Colon E. STAR- 
RETT. Carol STEELE. Wini STI ART. Chnst.-lla STILT/.. 




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First row: 

Alice Rae SWETLAND. Doris M. TALLEY. William S. 
THOMPSON. Bonnie TICK, Kathy TRAYWICK, Harriett 
TRIELOVK. Carolyn Tl I.I.OCII. Mailyn IT LLOCH. Tom 
TURNER. Bobbie H. YEN ABLE. 



Se, 



id 



■I oml urn : 



Ed VIA Mil I.. K. M. VESTAL. Jr.. Warren George V1ELE. 
R..nal<l WACIIS. R. C. WATTS. Frank I'. WESTBROOk. 
Rontons WESTMORELAND. Bobb) R. WHEDBEE. Terry 
Joe \\ IIICII VRD. Earl \\ HITAKER. 



Third row: 

Robert L. WHITAKER. Barbara Jean WHITE. CImIi- WIL- 
LIAMS. Jr.. Lwin Owen WILLIAMS. Shell, » WILLIAMS. 
C. Douglas WOODLIEI-. Harold Edward WRIGHT. Jr.. 
Joyce YOUNG. Bills Joe VOW. Joyce C. KENNEDY. 



Fourth run : 

II. Mnrsan POPE. Bill MORRIS. 



-New Commercial and 3ine c4rt* department 




The new art de|iartineiit. under the leadership 
of Mr. Raiford Porter, is an assel to our college. 
Students are now able to pursue their interests 
in different phase- of ail through such courses 
as: drawing and painting, commercial art. and 
art for the elemental) school teacher. 

Students in the Inn- ails drawing class are 
bus) adding some finishing touches to their com- 
positions. \l lievailhen is shading his draw- 
ing, while Camilla Islev is recei\ ing some advice 
from Mr. Porter. Voncyle Linthicum studies 
uarefulh her next line iiio\cnicni. and I'red 
Barber take- aiiollu-r look at the model. I'alsv 
llobb-. as In- completes his composition. 




join Our Campus jfyfe 



Government 



Publications 



Music: 



D 



rama 



Religion 



Clubs and Organizations 



Concert Series 



Chapel 



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89 



92 



102 



105 



106 



to Apeak of many thing,* 



What is college life? Ii is a thing compounded 
ol many parts earl) morning classes, mid-day 
break at the bookstore, walks across campus at 
dusk, evenings in the library, and midnight chats 
in the loom. Il is Icllowship. !ri\olil\. tin- manic 
ol being young. Ii is development, adjustment, 
growth. Ii is learning. 

\nd wlial is learning? I- il a thing which can 
be ilium I onl\ within the walls <>l a classroom or 
the library, in the lectures ol a professor or the 
pages ol a textbook? Or is learning a pari ol all 
the activities in which one is preparing to become 
a concerned, well-adjusted, and responsible citi- 
zen of the world? 

Extra-curricular activities arc a vital part of the 
college program. Their value cannot be measured 
ill the terms ol a lew hours spent each week ill 
pleasant activity with congenial people. They 
contribute just as surely to preparation for the 
Intnre as do the hours spent in class. 

l!\ participation in extra-curricular activities, a 
student widens his circle ol friendships, meets 
people who share his interests, and learns to know 
and understand others better, lie gains valuable 
experience for his vocation and acquires new vo- 
cational interests. Working with publications, 



dramatics, religious organizations, sports, and 
musical groups are important for those -indents 
whose future occupations lie in these fields and 
lor those teachers ami \oulli worker- who will 
direct such activities. Through association and 
faithful participation in religious groups and 
Christian activities, students grow spiritually and 
prepare themselves to take an active part in the 
religion- life in their own communities. 

Through participation in Student Government 
activities ailing as representative to the legis- 
lature or judicial) council, serving on committees, 
taking active part in the enthusiastic campaigning 
and voting for SGA ollicers. students gain experi- 
ence in civic duties. These activities aid the stu- 
dent in becoming an integral and vital part ol his 
school. The) train him in responsibility and in 
concern for the welfare ol the people around him. 

The well-rounded student is one who takes ad- 
vantage ol all the facets ol college life, who con- 
centrates in classroom and study periods so as to 
gain a broad general background ol knowledge, 
who is training hiinsell for a useful vocation, who 
is gaining an awareness ol the problems and 
desire- ol other people, and who i- preparing lor 
tomorrow l>v living a civic-minded lile at school. 



Jbemocrac^ 3n cActlon 



K 

•j 5 HV I 



I 1 




SGA 

All students enrolled at High Poinl Col- 
lege are members i>l the Student Govern- 
ment Association and have ilic righi i<> 
discuss and vote on all hills at anj meeting. 
As stated in the Constitution: "The purposes 
of the organization shall he l<> develop 
student honor and sell-control, to encour- 
age right ideals and promote personal 
responsibility, and to lo-ier the principles 
of self-government." 

Activities ol the SGA include holding 
assembly programs, sponsoring the fresh- 
men orientation program, planning a May 
Day Dame, and sending delegates to the 
State-wide Student Legislative Assembl) in 
Raleigh. One oi the highlights of this year 
was the Irohmen and new -Indent talent 
show, which was directed h\ Shrimp Flynt. 
Another SGA project is sponsoring a con- 
cert open to all students and a dance bj a 
big-name hand. 

The officers and representatives of SGA 
have had an active year as the) sought to 
build, strengthen, and improve the func- 
tions ol student government. 




The Executive Branch oj the 1956-57 Student Government Association has 
been led bv: Ernie Hal/. President; Sylvia /•"». Secretary; Mur/iln Osborne, 
Treasurer; uml t . II . Faulkner, I ice-President. 



Student Qovernment cA^ociatlon 




Ballots are cast in the Student < enter 
hir urn Student Government officers, 
bringing i<> a close weeks c' enthusi- 
ustic • ampaigntng. 



lh'/i Horne, one "t the judges, • on- 
gratulates firshplace winner at the 
Freshman Talent Show, Kell) Jones. 
/\<7/i s rendition »t "Singing the 
Blues was more i/um successful a^ 
evidenced l>\ the "Elvis Presley swoons" 
til the girls. 



■\ night in remember soft music and 
your favorite tt>iit tin- big spring 
tomml sponsored b) the Student Gov- 
ernment. 



judiciary 

and 

J^egiHative 

(Erancne£ 




Seated left to right: Ann \oe, II omen's Dormitory Council'. Delbert Kirkman, Senior Class'* Ston 
Broadway, Hen's Dormitory Council, thirl Justice; Craig Kester, l>m Students: Vtfflcj Miller, 
Women's Dormitory Coiinri/. Shimliri^: Inline A'. H\nt. Jr.. Urn \ l)nrmitnr\ Council: Charles 
K. Johnson, Freshmen Class: Larry Strange, />>n Students. Not pictured: Rirlmril llnlhiuin. Druid 
Myers. 




First tow. left I" right: C. If . Faulkner, Aaron Moss. .Inn Smith, Mariam Stallings, < hristine Barber, Don Kearns. Second row: Braxton 
Warner, Judith If ard, Elaine Mills, Carolyn Koontz. Jinn Rally, Pat Jordan, \orma Kearns, Margaret Black, Margaret Adkins, Lillian 
Galbreath, Barbara iyers. Kill Parish. Third '"« Jimmy Starnes, Jack Young, John Powell. Johnny ibernethy, I. inn Lee, Otis Burris, 
Helen Rakestrau Barbara Huntley. Barbara Edwards. Fourth row; Jack Benfietd. Joel Nimon, ilexandei Mellnik, Fairrell Myrick, Roget 
Furr. Benny Phillips, hiith row: Charles Dyson. Ilmnl Sillman, Fred Perdue. Gene Simpson, Ernest Albert. Jrrr\ Stinson lim Rose. 
t . /;. ( /....A. 



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Seated, left to right: Rhonda Strange* Head Ihdl Proctor; Sylvia Hill. Vice-President 
Bobbie Barrett, Presidents Anne \<»\ Judiciary Representative. Standing, Irii to right 
Jane Martin* Treasurer: Xancy Milter, Judiciary Representative: Sylvia Huh. Secretary 
Carolyn Fussell, Freshman Representative. 



\\o\l \\ > II \l.l. 

\ friendl) smile, a helping hand, a 
lasting friendship ihese symbols 

represenl the girls of Woman's Hall. 
1 hi* clatler emerging from crowded 
rooms where groups of girls are 
socializing and the relative quietness 
which reigns behind closed doors dur- 
ing stud) hours are ■—!«_; » » — 01 the con- 
trasting moods characterizing life in 
the dorm. 

\\ lial girl does not remember tin* 
nrsl 'Vail down followed l>\ an invi- 
tation in Mmiila\ nielil board meeting 
. . . the "roomed" sign on the door 
tin' following da\ . . . phone ilut\ con- 
flicting with thai special date . . . and 
relating In '"roomie" the highlights uf 
the evening. 

Hours of nIikIx anil Inn eomhine 
in make life pleasant in tin- ilorin. 
Throwing the f (ill > dressed girl with a 
new fiat pin into the shower . . . short- 
sheeting the girl next door ... a rush 
to the bookstore . . . midnight gossip 
session- . . . and finall) you are a late 
sleeper who finds thai 8:20 class has 
alread) begun. Despite this fun, tests 
ami exams call for study. All these 
constituents of dorm life make for a 
memorable year in Woman's Hall, a 
plaee where each girl learns to live in 
friendship and harmony, guided In an 
important ami understanding dormi- 
torj council. 



Cloister for Co-ea£ 



"Vh-Oh! late igain!" Jack 

Benfield rusts n doubtful look 
at June I. nates' iiiite/i as lln/i- 
bie Barrett gives him that 
special "you're late" look! 



■It lll:00 mi December 17. 

II oman s Hull hml its annual 
Christmas Party, and o/ 
course. Santa tens there with 
gifts lor all. 




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Jien 4 Jborm ^Moderator* 




\lcCulloch Hull Leaders hi /'».;<,-.;: mm,-: «,.t 
Duncan, President, sealed: Hill T\son. Head 
Prorlor : t . It. < tool,. I ii r-1'iesidml : anil \ Uhle 

Uullican, Sei retary. 



"Hey. gel <> fT thai inter-com! . . . How 
about knocking olf some of thai noise ovei 
there, guys! . ■ . Have you got a white shirl 
I could borrow? . . . Say, who are you 
dating tonight? . . . How about waking me 
up in lli<- morning fur breakfast? fiotta 
make thai 8:20 . . ." — where else but Me- 
(jdloch Hall' \ihI when- else does one 
find such housekeepers? Coats and trou- 
sers draped over chairs, walls papered 
with "pin-ups." class notes strewn about, 
trash cans overllow ing. fraternity brothers 
crowded into a "cracker-box room — that's 
life in the dorm ! 



Campus Commute r£ 



\- I waited for the stop light lo turn 
preen. I beard the chimes sound for thai 
8:20 class. Red changed lo green, and mj 
ear was gliding along Montlieu \venue. 
Il was ahead) 8:21. and I was looking 
franticalh for a parking space. After a 
loss of three minutes, a brisk walk up the 
steps of Roberts Hall, and a less desirable 

climb to the second II I arrived foi 

Dr. Robinson's class. You ask il il is like 
ibis ever) morning? Well, almost! 

I In- resl of ihc- class period passed 
rapidb. ami I wandered back to the |)a\ 
Student Room. Exhausted from the earl) 
morning rush. I fell little anticipation for 
thai 1:30 class. I found myself in the Da) 
Student Room competing with the noise 
in the ball and in the adjoining ollice. 
\\ bat was the use of Irving to stud) with 
oul\ thirt) minutes left until another class. 

Starling down stair- lo go to the I kstore. 

I settled down instead in the foyer. Foot- 
steps again interrupted m\ attempt lo 
memorize a list of bislon dales, and with- 
out further persuasion I gave up studying. 

The da) was Idled with classes, meet- 
ings, and oibcr activities. Classes were 
oxer for the day. ami as I left Roberts Hall, 
a dorm student called me. Ob well. I did 
promise to run an errand. After all. I do 
have the famiK (!he\rolei I'm a da\ 

-Indent. 




Standing in the Bus Shelter or.-: Stan Baker. President; I'm Jordan. Vice- 
President; HaiUarn Wilson. Secretary-Treasurer. 



Tired lingers pressing typewriter keys, copj interlined 
with corrections, jumbled desks piled wild layout and pic- 
tures to lie captioned — these are familiar symbols to those 
who print the happenings which make up the dailx life nl 
the High Point College campus. Behind the doors of the 
///■/'<> and ZENITH offices the faithful staffs of the campus 
publications labor faithfulh and earnestlj in spite of one 
o'clock work sessions, lack of sleep, neglect of studies, and 
last minute rush to meet deadlines. Producing a paper or 
a \carhook rcipiires long hours of conseientious. patient. 
anil co-operative work. The stalls find thai the satisfaction 
of working with the Hi-Po and ZENITH more than compen- 
sate for their efforts. The) find an intangible thrill in inter- 
viewing campus personalities and officials, in selling 
advertisements, reading prool, la\ ing mil pages, and writing 
copv. I he\ work hard. I heir reward is the enjoyment ol 
winking with publication and more the pleasure of pro- 
ducing an accurate and vivid account of High Point College 
life for its students todax and in the years to come. 

Support from the Hoard of Publications has helped to 
improve the qualit) of work of both staffs. The 1956-57 
board members are: Mr. Arthur S. Withers. Chairman. Miss 
K. Vera Idol. Miss Clarice ISowman. Dr. Sluarl C. Deskins. 
!>r. BlacUell I'. Robinson. Mr. Cecil I). Khy. Jr.. Mr. Jack 
K. Kidd. Mr. Raiford Porter, and Mr. Herman K. Coble. 




Presenting, the Prete: 



One Zenith, 
ZJke J4i~Po 




I am a camera. Though I am made of glass, 
metal, wire, and leather. I am reliable. M\ vision 
is accurate. \l\ meinorv is infallible. 

Though I see main things. I do not fed that 
which I see. lo me a naming sunset is no greatei 
than a garbage heap. Willi coldness do I greet 
emotion. One face or main faces, ihe\ are the 
same. 

I do not need hope, nor laughter, nor friends. 

I hese are foi humans. M\ onl\ need is light. 
Without light I am blind, bul I do not feel blind 
ness. 

I desene all praise. No blame is mine. I do 
not err. I am accurate and infallible. I AM A 
CA.MKR \. 



Behind every issue of the Hi-Po and every page ol the 
Zenith are hours <-i worfi m the "dark mum." For his 
rime and quality *»' work, hoih publications salute our 
photographer r\ ytc Stirling. 



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Ulte Zenith 



reflect J memorable moment* 



\l(tt\ Ruth Smiley 
Editor 



/'tit l/lIIIWl 

Business Manager 



^> 



\» 



Conquest "I Confusion: lie wrote, typed, joked, com- 
plained, faughed, wept, read, edited, teased, corrected* 
screamed., erased* and lust countless hours oj sleep t>> bring 
\ou \iinr Zenith. 






ransy Ln engood 
Photographic Editor 





Bill Swaim 
i op) Editor 



Bell) Barker Barbara Ayers 

Cop) Writers 



{'.() 



1957 ZENITH STAFF 
Editor] m. Stafi 

Mary Ixulli Smiley --Editor 

Louise Pugh \ssociate Editoj 

Pansj Livengood Photographic Eililoi 

Betty Barker Copy Editoi 

Murphy Osborne Sports Editor 

Fred Barber ..\n I-:. In.., 

I!uli\ Ragan Senior Editor 

\\ ilbur Jackson Facull) Editor 

In Harrington Sororilj Ediloi 

Braxton Warner Fraternitj Editor 

Miss K. Vera Idol Faculty Vdvisor 

1.1 si NESS S I \l I 

Pal Hauser Business Manager 

Hob Gatling Associate Business Managci 

Dr. Blackwell Robinson Faculty \dvisor 

Bob Wienberry. Dot Lloyd. Bob Eliott, Beth 
Harding, Chrys Stultz. Bob Williams. 

Photocbaphic Staff 

K\le Stirling Photographer 

Jack Hill \ssistanl Photographer 

Judy Wilson. Jean Rudy. Stu Taylor, Peggy 
Morris, Emma Smith. 

< A>i"i \\ 1:1 I l RS 

Barbara \y.r-. Bill Swaim. Leon Lee 

Spobts Staff 
Harold Wright Assistant Sport« Kdiioi 

Art 
John Rufty. Voncyle Linthicum, Camilla Isle) 

Dire* i or^ 

Sylvia Bobo 

']'■, PISTS 
Elsie Oakley, Louise Hani-, Mell Busbin 

Miss H. P. C. Commi i m 
Braxton Warner Chairman 

Jo Harrington, Ruby Ragan, Elsie Oakley, Peggy 

Morris 



First row, left in right: Sin Taylor, Mat) Ruth 
Smiley, Voncyle Linthicum, Juil) Wilson, Chrys- 
tella Stultz, Jack Hill. Sri, , ml row: Bob Gatling. 
Murphy Osborne, llnrahl Wright, Braxton If in- 
ner. 



First row. left to right: Pans) Livengood. /."»'<■■ 
Harris. Sylvia /(•./.... Rub) Ragan. Second nm: 
Louise Pugh, Pat Hauser. Dot Lloyd. Third row: 
Camilla Isley, Wilbur Jackson, Jo Harrington. 

Well Busbin. Hilly Barker. Fourth roil : Bur burn 

.hers. Elsie Oakley, Peggy Morris, lean Ru/ty, 

Bab If illiams. 




Bab dulling 
Associate Business Manager 



Louise Pugh 
I -sin, ale Editor 



: = = Sal 




:;i 



luiir a ninnlli ili<- inui-i ullni- hums uiin I in ■ 
sound "I voices, flicking of typewriters, ami the 
Imsili' of a j;hmi dral ill aili\it\ as ilii 1 deadline for 
llir lli-l'ii rolls arounil again. 

For tile lu-l linn- in si-M-ral wars, llic joiirnalisin 
i-lass was n\i\(il al lli^h I'nini (inlli-^r. I Ins year 
[he class lias served as a workshop for (he Hi-I'o 
and students rinilrilnili-d mam valuable articles 
both newswise and rn-aliwuisr. In linn. I In ■ ///-/'« 
has served as a lab from which the aspirant journal- 
ists have received credit for the number "f hours 
spent in work on the paper. 

This year's co-editors. Shelb) Mosley and Jane 
Lucas, have shared I In- n-spinisil>ilit\ "I headlines 
and page make-up successfully. Ii is their sincere 
hope that they have presented to tin' student bod) 
a paper which is newsworthy and interesting and 
which upholds the American tradition id freedom 
ol expression. 




Z)he J4i-Po 



JreadlineJ, *Deadline£, and J^oAt Mindi 




EDITOR! \l. STAFF 

Left In right: Jane /.urns. 
Shelb) Mosley, Delbert Kirk- 
man, Carole Overby, Betsy 

llcilgertii-l;. I'm Jordan. 



The business dealings "f ihe Hi-Pa are 
transacted under the capable hands of John 
Perry. A veteran newspaper worker, he 
holds llif position of business manager for 
the second consecutive year and was asso- 
ciate business manager prior to last year. 
To him g<> the tasks of acquiring ads. both 
from national advertising services and local 
sources, paying the bills encountered b\ 
the publication, and collecting payments. 

Although John sometimes is known to 
complain about the high cost of an issue, 
he alwavs manages lo supplv needed filml- 
and still leave a surplus for emergencies 

of perhaps a social affair lo elimas tin 
\ car s labor. 

To John and dene Simpson, associate 
business manager, ami I heir workers a 
debt of thanks is due for indispensible 

service ill the publication of the ///-/'». 




« 



voice o[ the Students 




Bl SINESS STAFF 

l.rii io right: Kill Tyson, 
Sarah Jane If nil. Barbara 
II ilson, Carol) n Koonlz. 



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Jn Pratee of cAlma Mater 



ZJo cAlma Mater zing, we now; 

ZJo thee all loyalty we vow. 

3n knowledge, faith, humility, . . . 



Of thee we would be worthy. 
ZJhy motto may we all obey, 



nil Aine numine 




RKccccax! 



thy children learn to pray 



c4nd walk with cAlma Mater. 




,",l 



Dr. Lew .1. Lewis 




During the 1955-56 -(—-inn. the student legislature 
adopted a new official Uma Mater for High Point 

College. The student hod\ is deepk grateful to Dr. 

Lew Lewis of the Vlusic Department, who not onlj 
eiiiiipcised the uuisie Iml alsn wrote the verj lovel) 
words <>f our Alma Mater. Dr. Lewi- i- a composer 
nl experience, having written a number • >( anthems 
for our \ Capella Choir and also for Ins choir at 
Calvan Methodist C.luireh. Last \ear his composi- 
t ions wnii se\eral ln-l prizes at a Guilford Counh 
arts festival. Students, faculty, and alumni of High 
Point College are verj proud of Inning an original 
\lina Mater <>f real distinction. 

Dr. Lewis is the diieilin id the High Point College 
band, which we hear at most of our basketball games 
and also at special concerts during the year. He also 
conducts the High Point Symphon) Orchestra, con- 
sisting "I Students and residents of High Point in two 
annual concerts. \s professor "f music education, 
inie uf his main jobs is the careful and thorough 
preparation uf High Point College students for music 

wink in the iiuhlie sehools. 



AtuHc . . . the J^anguaye of J^pve 




Members ol the High Point College Band are: First rout, left to right: Bob Long. Willis Stevens, 4ngie Gaskins. Shelb) Nelson, 
Sylvia beaten Phyllis Winter, Frank Westbrook, I'm Mize, Fran Avery, Jack Hill. John Edwards, Rhonda Strange, and Ben Rouse. 
Second row Glenn Lloyd, 41 Mellnik, Belt) Xlullinix, Cecil Hollar,!. Roger Shelton, Jerr) Roberts, Don \esbitt. Lloyd Ginns, M 
Trevarthen Sarah Stafford /<"» Shamel. Gene Watson, Lloyd Stiffler. Third row: lit. Lewis, John Rierson, Lee Mitchell, Jack 
Barrier, Douglas II Ilea), Gibbs Gwyn, Aubrey Flynt, Emma Smith, and Slu Taylor. 



i J s et uA lilt up our voiced 



" 



cA Cappella Choir 




Success . . . inspiration . . . Camaraderie . . 



linn: before most II. I' ('.. students hurt- ventured u war) glance <>t 
their alarm clocks, members ••/ the choir sleepily board the school 
bus anticipating anothei unforgettable spring tour. 

i 





A profusion of robes, music, anil luggage — a badly- 
out-of-tune ukelele . . . Ihe < Ink of cards being shullled 
. . . an outbreak of laughter al the latesl joke . . . the 

never-ending succession of Mings . . . an "ail-aboard! 
from Al. anil the choir is off again on tour. 

Each year two lours are made b\ tbe group, one 
inter-State and one oul-of-slalc. Ibis \ear the lour 
itineraries included western \orlb Carolina and pails 
of Virginia. Maryland, Delaware, and New York. 

MID W INTER T01 R 

December 8 Morganton. North (iarnlina 

December ') faheville. North Carolina 

December III Lenoir. Norlli Carolina 

December II Norlli Wilkeshoro, North Carolina 

December 12 - Mooresville, North Carolina 

SPRING Till II 

\pril 22 Charlottesville, Virginia 

\pril 2:5_ Chev) Chase. Maryland 

April 24 Great Neck, New York 

April 2"i \\ ilmington, Delaware 

Vpril 2'i Petersburg, Virginia 

April 28 Danville, Virginia 



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I ' .//./»•//,; Choir members are: Firsl row, left to right: Charles Kiddle. Willie Stevens. Barbara Payne, Belt} Mullinix, Elaine Mills. Mary 
.In ) oung, I oncyle Linthicum, Dele Lee, Judith If mil. Pat Hauser, < arolyn Gayer. I'm Moore, Hazel Shore, \lariam Stallings, Wary Ruth 
Smiley, Charlie Holcombe, Gene II minis. Leon /.••'■. Mr. Cox. Second row: Robert Beaird, ('linn Lloyd, llmi Everhart, Frances Wilson, 
I'nt Kin, Margaret Black, (him- Sills. Sylvia Smith. Wini Stuart. Jackie Smith, .huh II ilson, Kate Trivette, Maryette Brown, Shelb) Jean 
York, Bobbie Barrett, II Mellnik, Jar Compton, Sin Taylor. Third '»« . Hah Taylor, Warren Hamilton, Darrel McKemie, Hill Damon, 
Jim Smith. Wilbur Jackson, June ThornhiU, Carolyn Miller, Joyce Young. .In Harrington, tnzir Gaskins, I'm \li;e, 4 vie (hum, Jahala 
Eudy, Stmt Broadway, Roger Shelton, Elmer Hull. Franli II estbrook. Fourth row: Fred Barber, Raymond Garner, Harry Gray, Bob limns. 
If iirnn I iele, Chales Unit. Hice Swetland, .huh Seward, Rhonda Robbins, />'.•«/ Jarrett, .hi Inn Spell, Sylvia Fox, Delores Stephens, David 

Myers, Paul At well, Arnold Lawson, Jerry km. Lloyd Sliffler. 



we owe to our ^Director 



"An. no s(i|ii'an<is! Much limn- le<Ml<>! \lliis. wlial 
happened i" you? Basses, ihai was inn much, and too 
much is inn much! Tenors, no 's on 'fear, please! Now 
let's stand and. . . ." Hi- sentence is lost in the dailv 
harmonious, "Happj Birthday. Mr. Cox." It's twelve 
fifteen, and the \ Cappclla Choir is in session! 

The Choir has for the past four wars shown tienieiid- 
ous progress, both in number and state-wide recognition, 
under the excellent directing of Mr. Richard Cox. Mr. 
Cox. a graduate of the I niversity of North Carolina, has 
had extensive experience in choral singing and directing, 
lie has studied with Charles Pan/era in Paris and Walter 
Golde of New York City. Choral groups of which he has 
been a pari include the Vmerican Church Choir and the 
I'aris Philharmonic Chorus. I nder his leadership we 
can expect even greater accomplishments from the choir 
in the years to come. 




AluHc for Lvery yrtood 



WOMAN'S CHOIR 

On Thursday afternoons 
girls from the four classes 
assemble in the bandroom to 
enjoj an hour <>f secular 
music. Directed l>\ Mr. 
Richard Cox. the Womans' 
Chorus appears in seasonal 
concerts presented l>\ the 
Music I •epartmenl and is on 
rail for local performances. 



MKN'S KNSKM I'.I.K 

The rich harmonj of these 
boys who love lo sing lias 
become a favorite pari of 
musical presentations on 
campus. Local {jumps en- 
jo\ llieir spirited rendition? 
ol secular selections. I he 
men's ensemble is led l>\ 
Mr. Cox. 



MICH POINT SI UI'lloM 

()i;ciii;sti;\ 

The High Point S\ mphoii) 
Orchestra, under the direc- 
tion of Dr. Lew J. Lewis, is 
composed of students and 
niemhcrs of llie High I'oinl 
community. Their annual 
spring c o n c e r I and the 
Christmas concert in con- 
junction with the choir are 

highlight- ol the college 
\ ear. 




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I'll 



I'la 



ll, 






tion. each year brings the 
hcsl in theater enlerlainiiienl 
to the college i-oiiinuinits. 
Under the competent direc- 
tion <>f Miss Jane DeSpain. 
tin- L956-57 major produc- 
tions were Shakespeare's 
"Macbeth," and the Broad- 
way corned) "Harvey." In 
addition, along with the 
Dramatics class, tin- Tower 
Players presented "Studio 
I'edantics." and two one-acl 
pla\ s. 




Une Stage ... a yUirror of °Qi$e 




Pictured In if an- the "Ulcers of the 

Tower Players. \n air oi co-operation, 
friendliness, and closeness between 
director and cast i- prevalent as the) 
begin working mi the set, I'aini crews. 
carpenters, actors, and director unite 
in an organization with one goal — the 
successful production "f a play. 



I!elt\ \lnllini\ and Maik 1 !< >s<- re- 
hearse a few lines from "Macbeth as 
Tower Players l<">k on. I lie Tower 
Players, whose pet love is dramatics. 
make room for students who wish to 
engage in almost am dramatic field 
acting, lighting, make-up. directing, 

cai|ienlr\. selling tickets, and making 

costumes. the) spend long hours in 
rehearsals, both crew and cast, and 
often work afternoons and nights 
steadih for weeks before a major 
production is presented. 



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M-act/Setn 



There was a rush back stage as 
lights .mil sound elicits were checked 
and places were taken l>\ the actors: 
ami then il happened — the curtain 
opened anil the voice of king Duncan 
was heard, opening the Tower Players' 
production of "MacBeth. Miss De- 
Spain directed this extravaganza of 32 
players. Stage performance was en- 
hanced l>\ the superb lighting. 
especial!) shown in the banquet scene. 



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rvey 



I he auditorium is a scene of com- 
plete confusion. Rehearsals tor 
"Harve) are in full-swing, and a 
hundred activities are going on ai 
once . . . Stage ciews hammering, 
painting, shouting orders to each other 
. . . actors walking hack and forth 
repeating lines . . . \nnve all this bed- 
lam, the director and producer. \li-- 
DeSpaill. watches the chaotic proceed- 
ings with varying degrees ol weariness. 
Opening nighl linallv come-, and 
with il come familiar qualms. 'I ve 
forgotten m\ lines ... I til losing m\ 
voice . . . Five minutes, everyone ... 
Then the curtain rises, the show goes 

on . . . I he final scene of "llarvev 
ends . . . curtain calls are taken, and 
again the scene is one of happy con- 
fusion. "Congratulations everybod) 
. . . ^ mi were great. 









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Studio Pedantic* 



Last year, for the first time, the students 
and facult) <>f High Point College pre- 
sented tin' Student Faculu licview under 
the direction of Miss DeSpain. The pre- 
sentation in the form <>f a television pro- 
gram was so successful iliai the drama 
department plans i<i make- Studio Pedantics 
an annual performance. 

The program consisted <>f eight scenes. 
In the "Gaj Nineties scene Jud\ Wilson 

pant ined "Madame Nightingale," an 

opera singer. The "Harvard" scene. a 
favorite section of the night's entertain- 
ment, featured II. P. (!. haskethall players 
as llanard hall stars. 

\n original musical act written l>\ Dr. 
Lewis, turned thoughts south of the 
holder to Mexico, and "The Yankee" scene 
included a chorus line and the "Four 
Sophs vocal group. 

Voncxle Linlhicuin anil Richard Mail- 
man look part in a spirited "Charleston 
scene, and in the closing "Bookstore 
scene Sonn\ Thornton was a hit with his 
version of "Love Me or Lea\e Me. A 
talent review and an "Old Time Movie" 
completed a splendid \ariet\ show. 





"On tke cAir" 

Through the facilities of WHPE, the High Poinl Col- 
lege Radio Class lias presented weekl) programs ol 
varying interests including "Drivers Playhouse, "Ama- 
teur Hour." and "The Small One." 

Special tribute goes to Miss lane DeSpain. the director, 
who helped with each broadcast. I he programs proved 
to be verj educational and entertaining as the mysteries 
of sound effects and the general routine of broadcasting 
were introduced to the radio class. 

Pictured here during one of the broadcasts are: Joel 
\iinon. \anc\ Miller, (denda liadclill. Mark l{o>e. and 
lack Combs. 



One c4ct* 

I wo one-ad plaj s for the 
annual college homecoming 
wen- presented on Januar) 
19. The plays. "The Happj 
Joume\ to Trenton and 
Camden" and "The Devil 
and Daniel Webster." were 
received with great enthus- 
iasm bj the audience. The 
effective, stylized sets were 
designed b\ Mr. Raiford 
roller, the art instructor. 




// illi ii read) ■•mile and 
a winning personality, 
Mrs. Marge Case is trul) 
an asset in H.I'.C.'s re- 
ligion department. 



At the fir si Fall Forum 
meeting, ' onryle l.utihi- 
ruin, president <»' S.C . '.■ 
introduces inspirational 
Kpeakei ni the week, Hun 
kuhn. 



The High Point College lower chimes 
r'ui" "ill ilisliiiilK amid the clamor of 
automobile horns and other noises that are 
a part of an evening in the citj of High 
Point. These same clear chimes pervade 
the reverent stillness of Kindles Chapel. 
and a joyful feeling envelops the hearts 
nf students who have conic there for silent 
meditation and worship. Just as the chimes 
imparl a reverence to ever) college eve- 
ning, so docs tin- spiritual atmosphere of 
the college enrich and permeate the lives 
of iis students, and, through them, the lives 
of the untold number of persons with 
whom the) are associated. The college 
seeks to develop in students Christian 
ideals through participation in religious 
activities, worship, leadership in various 
local churches, and fellowship with other 
Christian students. 

I nder the direction of Dr. Locke. Miss 
Bowman. Dr. Rozzelle, and Mrs. Case, stu- 
dents find a rich and abiding faith as they 
work and worship together. Students and 
facult) members plan the religious activi- 
ties for the year. This group strives to 
stimulate a more Christian altitude among 
all students. 



Student Christian cdZZociation 



The Christmas Stor) tab- 
leau, ns presented by 
Kappa Chi, is mi annual 
event enriching spiritual 
lues ill college mid com- 
munity . 



In the foyer »l Robert's 
Hull. Hi. Frank Laubach 
teai In's students in rend 
Hebrew, illustrating his 
educational methods used 
throughout the world. 



The Student Christian Association of 
High Point College is composed of the 
entire student bod\. Its functions are 
guided b) a council of three officers, a 
president and two representatives from 
each religious organization, and four ad- 
visors. I he council plans the religious 
programs for the entire year and serves 
as the co-ordinator of all religious activi- 
ties. 

Among die various activities of the 
S.C.A. are the inspirational devotions held 
Monday through Salurdav in Kindley 
Chapel with both students and facullv 
members as leaders. Wednesday nighl 
Prayer Meetings and Sunday Vespers are 
sponsored l>\ the organization. 

\ovcmbei lo-2o. Don Kuhn led the Fall 
Forum. Tin- theme for the week was "Col- 
lege As \ Vocation." Mr. Kuhn works 
with the Methodist Hoard of Temperance 
in Washington. I). C. Special project of 
the S.C.A. is the support of the two Korean 
Children, Kim lm le. and Hak Tae Woung. 
I be entire student bod) are the generous 
fostei parents of this small bo) and girl. 
The Student Christian Council strives 
I" dcv. -lop in student- a Christian philos- 
ophy of life through a wholesome, spiri- 
tual atmosphere. Integrating the social. 
cultural, ami religious life of the students. 
the motto of the council is "to stimulate 
religious life so as to Foster a more Chris- 
tian altitude among students." 



Student Christian Council 




Student Christian Council members socialize m front of Memorial Auditorium before going inside to discuss vesper programs for the 
year. The) are left /" right: /'<»/«' Thorton, Voncyle Linthicum, James Smith, Mar) So Young, Fred Macon, Aaron Moss, Camilla 
Isley, Bob Gat/ing, \lr.\. Marge Case. Miss Clarice Bowman, Charles /'iwi. Dr. II illmm Locke, lulm/n Eudy, Gayle Ford, Ronald 
Everett, Chris Barber, David Myers, 

S. C. &4. cAaoptz Jotter Children 




Sunn) and pleasant In 
nature, Kim is even mure 
so now ilmf she "be- 
longs" in someone — '/"/' 
someone being nine-hun- 
dred students o\ II. P. C. 



"Counting I In- da\s lill I hear from you with 
m) fingers crossed" such is ihe ending of mam 
letters recentl) received l>\ High Point College stu- 
dents earl) in the fall. The) come from Kim Im le. 
a small Korean girl whom the Student Christian 
Association chose t « > support financially. Yes, Kim 
is our foster daughter, one who is ver) proud of 
having as her "";i< l< >| >!<'< I parents, nine-hundred 
college students . . . We ..f II. P. C. In a fall 
assembl) program, students said fan-well in Vas- 
siliki. a former adopted orphan supported b) High 
Point College for about seven years. Vassiliki is 
a young woman now. read) !■> make her nun wa\ — 
unaided financially. Wanting to continue such a 
project, students reailiK voted to help Kim Im Ie — 
tn set her nil the path to health and happiness. 

Students gave of their money, willing]) and 

generously. The pledges poured in. Promises were 
made — and fulfilled. The general response was 
overwhelming. Kim was quite adequatel) cared 
for. with much inonex left idle in the hank. 

Then the brainstorm occurred. Wh) should the 
mone) be idle? Wh) not have two foster children'.'' 
The idea was investigated: information was ac- 
quired: plans were made. Another assembl) pro- 
gram another enthusiastic response. The idea was 
accepted. Bak Tae Woung. another Korean orphan. 
a box. now has the right to claim as parents nine- 
hundred II. I'. C. students. 

Yes. High Point College has a heart, and because 
of this, two small hearts now heal more easilv. 
more assuredly. Across the seas, the two foster 
children of High Point College wail — "with finger 
crossed. 



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Margaret \im Vclkins, 
Christine Barber. Bobbie 
Barrel!, Sarah Culhrrll. 



Jean Ellcr. Lucj ' -an ia, 
l'i i-ejlla (iingrii li. Jo I • ;» ■ - 
r ington. 



Kathleen He Pals) 

Hol>I)s. Camilla Isley, Nel- 
lie Jour-. 



Norma Kearns, \ oncyle 
Linthicum, Shirley Lytle, 
I >.■■-• I ii- Marlowe. 



Pegg) \1 -. Elsie Oak- 
ley, Louise Pugh, lima 
Jane Scruggs. 



Hazel Shore, Barbara Shuf- 
ford. Beisj Singletary, 
Emma Smith. 



Sarah Stafford. Kale Tri- 
vpite, Carolyn Tulloch, 
Judith Waul. 



Margaret \nn Whitesell, 
Doris \\ iUiamson, Frances 
W ilson. Marj Jo "1 oung. 



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• Sisterhood 



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■Mpha Delia Theta was organized October 20. L952. 
Iim all uiils \\ li< » an' interested in Christian living 
and service. Ii lias continual!) striven to encourage 
Christian stewardship and in provide fellowship, 
thereb) enriching the spiritual life of the young 
women al llij;li Point College. 

The annual Freshman pajama part) given l>\ Mpha 
Delia Theta provides an excellent opportunit) foi 
Freshman girls In become better acquainted with both 
Freshmen anil upperclassmen in the donniton. Mpha 
Delta Theta sponsors dorm devotions ever) Thursda) 
night which an- an inspirational and integral pari of 
college dormitorj life. 

\l the two \lnlia Delia Tliela i. -heals eaeli year, 
girls exchange ideas and experiences and join in 
fellowship and fun. Interesting speakers develop the 
theme of the retreats and lead discussion groups. 

This year creative art sessions have provided an 
millet for the creative talents of members. In \lplia 
Delia Theta girls have an opportunit) i<> correlate 
Christian living with vocational plans. 




Gathering "ii the Heps of Robert's Hull before leaving for '//•■ fall 
spiritual life retreat, .»•■ officers o\ Alpha Delta Theta. They </"•. left 
to right: Pats) Hobbs, Secretary; Louise Pugh, Treasurer; Man .In 
) nung. S. C. I Representative: Margaret Ann Whitesell, Vice- 
President; loncyle Linlhicum. Alternate S. C. A. Representative; 
Margaret inn Adkins, S. G. A. Representative; Christine Barber, 
President. 



' £itfer£ in tne Service of yod 



After it tiring da) •>> activities and c/asses, ///«' girls in Woman's Hull pause 
lor the weekly dorm devotions. 



Carolyn Tulloch, Maryette Brawn, and Viargarei 
Ann Whitesell agree that one more creative idea 
i nn fill tin' finishing touch on an) poster. 




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Kappa Chi 3ellow*hip 





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Cayle Ford, President: ITU bin Jackson, Vice-President: Leon Lee. Secretary: Thomas McLean, 
Treasurer. Jim Smith, S.C.A. Representative: Gene Simpson, S.G.A. Representative: Paul Starnes, 
Alternate S.G.A, Representative: Dr. William Locke, idvisor. 



K \IT\ fill 



Another meeting of Kappa Chi was ending. 
and the men were singing the familiar words 
"Brothers in Chris) arc we." In each person 
there was a spirit of brother! I and friend- 
ship. This feeling <>f brotherh I has often 

been fell as oui meetings closed, for Kappa 
Chi. a national preministerial fraternity, con- 
sisting ill men "'jiiincd li\ our Lord who for 
us did die Kappa Chi is represenled al High 
Point College bv \i Chapter, whose member- 
ship consists of male students preparing for 
full time Christian service. The purposes of 
\i Chapter of Kappa Chi are to provide and 
to promote "a medium of instruction, inspira- 
tion, and realization of true fralernitv in 









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older that its members may mutuall) share 
worship, fellow-hip. and service based on the 
high ideals of Jesus Christ. 

In addition to its uecklv meeting-. \i 
Chapter engages in nianv oilier activities and 
projects designed to help build the Fellow- 
ship, and al the same time, to serve High 
Point College and the surrounding com- 
munity. These services include a Christmas 
nativitv scene, vesper programs, morning 
devotions, suppl) preaching and teaching, 
building an outdoor chapel, a Kappa Chi 
chorus, participating in the intramural pro- 
gram, and visiting the Old Folks Home. 



First ran. left in right: Jack Harrier. Gilbert Beeson. Jack Ren field. Coy Brown. Hill Damon, John Edwards, Max Edwards, C. W. Faulkner. /'» 

George. Second run: Lloyd Ginns, Elmer Hull. Warren Hamilton, Claude Harlsell. haul. Jeffers. Kclh I, airs. ./.•/■» I. mis. Tammy Loitis. Fre, 

Macon. I hinl raw: Johnny Mann. Al Mellnik, Aaron Moss, Paul Moss, Don Xesbitt. Joel Vimon, Ken Paxton, John Rierson. Jim Rase Fmiri, 

ran- Marl. Rose. Ben Rouse, John Rujly, David Sillman. Royce Smith. Sm Taylor, Warren I iele, Ranald W'achs, Larry Wilkinson. Filth row 

llaralil It riL'hl (.arlanil \ nunp llmi.l \l\.n^ Chnrli* //■■/.. .ml,,. 



' •-.. ....... . . j».n ■ I i.ir I •' i i r f IIMICI. I ' 1 1 I I II . • I I I II I II 1 1 . I,niii . ' I 

llaralil If right. Garland Young, David Myers, Charlie Holcombe, 












Jellowzhip T)eam£ 



LISTED BELOW WW. THE TEAMS \\i> THEIR CHAIRMAN 

Chairman, Aaron Moss: Jackie Smith, Diane II 'in-. Glenda Radrliffe Chairman, Jean Eller: 
Liz Peterson, Stu Taylor. Rub) Ragan, Lloyd Ginns Chairman, David Sillman: Barbara 
Shuford, I/'" Edwards, Jam- Coates, Marilyn Tullock Chairman, Gene Simpson: Uaryelle 
Brown, Jo Harrington, Warren I iele, Doris Williamson (him num. Judith Hani: Pat Moore, 
John Lewis, Carolyn Tullock, Harold Wright Chairman, Margaret Black: linn Porterfield, 
Gilbert Beeson, Ed Lealherwood. Sylvia \icks Chairman, If Mir Hodges, /..•■■ Pollok, Gar) 
Cornell, Surah Cuthrell, Kelt) Jones Chairman, David Myers: Sylvia Bobo, Belt) Rose 
Jarrett, Pegg) Davis, Ronald Wachs. /■.'■/ Heddon Chairman, Tomni) Lojtis: Kate Trivette, 
Carolyn Miller, Hill Damon, Luc) Garcia Chairman. Warren Hamilton: Sarah Stafford, 
Nellie Jones, I'anl Craven, Gaye Sills. 



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Alternates -Fred Macon, Camilla 
Isley, Kath) Henson, Garland 
Young, Edna Ruse Duncan, Belt) 
Cray Dorman, Pats) Hobbs, Pris- 
cilia Gingrich, Margaret Ann Ad- 
kins, Mary Jo Young, Martha 
Buffaloe, Bill Morris. 




Ljuiding. 

the sHelping, 
.ManaA 



Fellowship Teams were organized at High 
Point College in 1953. I nder the directions 
of Dr. William l.nrkr. Mis- Clarice Bowman, 
and Mrs. Marge Case. Iifl\-si\ students this 
year have found a rich ami abiding faith as 
thej worship and work together in various 
churches. 

These learns are organized for the purpose 
of strengthening the \ouili programs in local 
churches, leading \<>u in more abundant Chris- 
tian living, and enabling the students to gain 
experience In the youth work of the Church. 




Planning Committee i»r this year's teams were: Jane Thornhill, Margaret 
Ann II hitesell, II "ilbur Jackson, Beth Peterson, Elmer Hull. 



JjaptUt 

Student 
Union 




First row. lejt to right: Jerr\ Roberts. Jahala Eudy. Elaine Mills. Hazel Shore. Sarah Tilley. Bob Galling. Second rou : ll„l, Williams, 
Bets) Greene. Jrnn Porterfield, l.atl Gray, Dawn Smith, Judy Seward, Johnson S. Greene, llexander Mellnik. 



98 



3n illemoriam 



fames W. jflfloffttt, MM 



1898 ■ 1956 



He who lives in the hearts of men. 

Needs no tribute of recording pen. 
His deeds are written in a place apart. 

On the enduring tablet of the human heart. 






99 




/ .mini il meeting ol the 
M.S.I', plans some <•/ >hc 
year's activities and proj- 
ects. 



Rei erend David Andrews 
offers practical suggestions 
lor building peat •■ in the 

nor/, I. 



M.S. I., 'is square danced, 
bobbed tot apples, and 
enjoyed student entertain- 
ment nt the Halloween 
Party. 



Singing 

, Olllfttui 

membei 

In es. 



around the U.S.F. 

urn utl'l ,'tii 

. rededieated thai 



KM) 







AtethoaUt Student 
JellowAnip 



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WE HAVE \ FKI.I.OWSHII' 

The Method isl Student Fellowship is a com- 
lliunit) "f college students striving to grow in Chris- 
lian love ("i (.i«l and for one another. Hie Vl.S.F. 
could reall) In- called the Christian Student Fellow- 
ship, fur its program is planned i < > meet the needs 
of all college students. \n M.S.F.'er is a student 
\\lii. i> formulating an intelligent faith, learning 
Invvv In enjuv himself and how to have fellowship 
with others, participating in service projects, build- 
ing a better college community, discovering Gods 
will fin his life's wink, and striving to understand 
ami assist people "I nilnr lands. The criterion for 
all these endeavors is the life and leaching- of Jesus 
as found in the Bible. 



OUR \ EAR VI \ GLANCE 

Realizing the needs of the modem college stu- 
dent, the M.S.F. has presented during the past year, 
programs to help the students of High Point Col- 
lege gi nil illlelleelliallv . soi iallv . ami -pil lill.ilK . 

I he annual "Welcome I- rush party was again a 
tremendous success, and that (irst campfire worship 
sei vice helped evervoiie start the semester on the 
right footing. \u old friend of the M.S.F.. the 
"Lamp." again made its appearance on the campus 
and has served ailmirahlv as the oflicial publication 
of the group. Then lime began to pass more 
quickl) : and amid a llurrv of council meetings and 
business sessions came such memorable occasions 

as the Halloween Sock Hop. the trip to see the 
Christmas Slorv at the Panetarium. caroling with 
\\ . (.. Wesli'vans. the program on World Peace, 
attending the Stale Conference at Greensboro, Dr. 
Waldo I leach s enlightening message on race rela- 
tion-, the Stuileni-j'acultv Panel, and. of course, 
that never to be forgotten Highland Fling. 1956-57 
has 1 1 ul \ been a \car of fellowship, growth, and 
enjoyment for II. P. C. — M. S. F.'ers. 



Ol If nlTICKliS 



Frei 

Kal 

- : I reasurer, Frances 
llolili-: Publications 



Macon; Vice-President, David Sillman; 
■in I l.ii-on : Correspondence Secretary, 



Wilson: Program Chair- 
Gary Cornell. Margaret 



President, 
Secretary, 
Vnna Rogi 

man. Pats) 

\ikin-: Editor of Lamp, Elmer Hall: the lamp Staff, J. L. 
Peterson. Barbara \v.r-. Irma Jan.- Scruggs, Gar) Cornell; 
Music Chairman. Kate Trivette; S. C. A. Representative, 
Camilla Isley: Alternate. Tom I... Hi-: S. G. A. Represent- 
ative, \ainn M<»-: World Clui-tian Comniuiiily Chairman. 
Beth I'.l.r-on; Morning ll.voii.in- Chainnan. Mary Jo 

Young: Vespers Chairman, Jim Smith; M. S. M. Represent- 
ative. Voncyle Linthicum: I'ulilieity Chairman. Margaret 
Whitesell; Conn-. lor-. l) r . Locke. Miss Bowman, Mr-. 
Marge Case. Dr. Conrad, and Dr. Mulilrow. 



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Congra tula Hon*, 



Westminster 3ellowskip 



The 1956-5" school vcar was a big one for the 
Presbyterian students attending High Point College, 
because ii marked 1 1n- beginning of the Presby- 
in Ian Westminster Fellowship. The Presbyterian 
Fellowship was organized for tin- purpose <>l giving 
the Presbyterian students mi campus an organiza- 
tion of their own. The result of iliis organization 
lias been such an inspiration lo its members that 
it will remain an important addition to the campus 
life of High Point College. 

The first meeting was held November !!. 1956, 
at the home of Mi. ami \li-. Howard I!. I'aneoasl. 
devcited leaders in the First Preshv lerian Church 
of High Point, ami sponsors ol the Fellowship. 

The officers elected h\ tin' members consisted of 
Charles Dyson. President: Helen liakestraw. Vice- 
President: David Pancoast, Secretary: Liz Peter- 
son, Treasurer: Betsv, Singletary. Program Chair- 
man; and Otis Boroughs, Student Government 
Representative. 

\i the first called meeting of the Student Chris- 
tian Association, Westminster was formall) 
accepted as a permanent student religious organi- 
zation. Since that time il has participated in all 

the important religions activities ampus. Aside 

from the campus activities the Fellowship has 
engaged in si'i vice projects and social activities 
tin its members. 

The meetings, which have all been held bi- 
monthlv at the Pancoast- home, have consisted 
mainlv of discussion of Presbyterian beliefs and 
doctrines. The group is composed of fifteen active 
members. Ml students are urged lo attend, ami 
are welcome to join the organization and enjoj 
the benefits of fellowship, service, ami worship. 



on your flourishing flrJt uear 

The officers <""/ sponsors smite approving/) nf the progress of the 
newly organized Westminster Fellowship. 



After the business session, the sponsors serve home-made refresh- 
ments i" the Presbyterian students. 



Preparing lot w> evening >•> Christmas caroling are It'll fo right: 
llwiilil Wright, h'util Flemming, l\. I/. Vestal, Charles Dyson, Otis 
Borough, Harvey Warren, Ton) Wen, Jimm) blames, Mi. Pancoast, 
l.iz Peterson, I'm J onion, Betty Barker, Helen Rakestraw, Barbara 
Shu ford. 





MM 



M.P.C. 'i 

United JSationA 



"\\ luii can I. as a student, 'In in hellrr 
relationships mi the campus and abroad?" 
TliU was our theme lor the year. In trying 
lo answer the man) questions, the club gave 
lo the Student l»»l\ many varied programs 
consisting of " \ \ i-it to Other Lands" given 
In Lucy Carcia ami Pedro \lavor of Cuba, 
Helen Clay of Brazil, Ernest Mbert of Pak- 
istan, ami Ben Zambrana of Bolivia. "A 
Journey Across the Sea" "a- given by Dr. 
Frances Muldrow who look the students on 
an imaginary trip. 

Tin- International Relations < - 1 * j 1 » i- mak- 
ing plans to meet with other clubs from 
colleges in North Carolina to bold a joint 

merlin" soon. 



Those serving j- officers were: Ruby 
Kaiian. I're-iileni : Tony Wen. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Norma Kearns. Secretary-Treasurer; 
ami Ernest Albert, Student Government 
Representative. Dr. Alexander Berkis served 
a- faculty advisor. 




First row, left !•• right: Ernest Albert, Pedro Mayor, Rub) Ragan, Willie Lieu 
Hodges. Second row: Dot Lewis, Harriet Truetove, Carolyn Tullml,. I.m\ Gnnin. 

Tuny II en. 



First row, Irli in right: Delbert Kirkman, Bill Goodman, Carl \ance. Jack Young. 
Second row: Dun Andrews, Roy Lucas, John Cass, Jim Smith. Third row: Jumes 
/•Vie. Harold Davis, Harold Watson, Bill I estal, Jake Robinson, Fourth row: Carroll 
Leonard, Jerry Campbell, Gerald Phelps, Hill Kiser. Filth rou .- Hill Beasley, Archie 

Glenn. Hill Parish, Runnltl \li Donald. Rtihrrl Nelson. 




Uncle Sam 4 
cAlumni 



I lie Veterans' Club represents a different 
group from oilier campus organizations. The 
men are former service personnel. The 

Veterans' Chili lias organized them so that 
through their collective efforts they may be 
bettei enabled lo pursue their common goal 
of education. 

Ibis year the club ha- taken an active 
pari in controlling -oil ero-ion around the 
Cotlege. The hank- surrounding the parking 
lot have been replanted with grass after 
-iiifaeing them with lop-oil. \ll trash •an- 
on the campus have been repaired ami 

painted by the club. 

In business sessions several speaker- from 
various Veterans' organizations have kept the 
members informed of latest governmental 
legislation that affects veterans. Definite 
stands on Veterans' legislation have been 
taken and these opinion- sent lo Congress. 



102 




KLA 



Kappa Sigma Delia, educational fraternity al 
High Point College, was established in 1953-1956. 
I Ik- organization seeks to increase an interest in 
education and teaching. Membership i- open to 
upperclassmen who have major- or minors in 
education, psychology, religious education, physi- 
cal education, business education, and music 
education. 

Officers for ilii- Mar have been: Wesley Scott. 
President; Gene Kirby. Vice-President; Pansy 
Livengood. Secretary; Bob Hunsucker, Treasurer. 
I nder the guidance ol tlir-r ortiivr- anil tai nh\ 
advisors, Dr. Hinshati ^n-l Mr. Dodamead, the 
local chapter i- working toward securing mem- 
bership in tin- National Honorary Educational 
Fraternity, Ka|p|ia Delta I'i. 



First /-Hi. left i'i right: Wes/ef Si on. Pansy 
Livengood, Gene Kirby, Jane Unmix. Second row: 
linn Kearns, Bets) Hedgecock, Joel Vimon, Bar- 
bara Wilson. Third row: Lawrence Wilkes, Jim 
Smith. Norma Kearns, I>nn Andrews, i'mirlli row: 
Shirley Craver, Barbara Hederick, \anc) Ingram, 

Huh II linsni in . 



Pre-Practitioner£ of the 3-J\ £ 



3. V. cA. 



Since 1957 i- the Twentieth Anniversary 
of the F. T. \. and the Centennial Year ol 
\. E. A., ili.- Calvin Wiley Chaptei of the 
Future Teachers ot Vmerica ha- had a 
splendid year. In March, Jam' Bundy ami 
Konald I'.mi.ii. Mr. and Mi- V. T. \. al 
II. P. C. Mr. Coble, the sponsor for the 
group, and delegates attended the N.C.E.A. 
i !on vent ion in \\ ilmington. 

The Future Teachers of America offei 
participation in iinproxing the welfare ami 
competence id teachers; in programs to at- 
tract capable young people to the teaching 
profession; in professional organizations 
local, state, and national, and in building 
llii- educational program- ncrdrd lor oni 
lime. 

Officers for the year were: Pansy Liven- 
good, President; Gelene Hutchins, Vice- 
President; Rachael Goodman. Secretary; 
Ronnie Everett, Treasurer; Betsy Hedge- 
cock. Program Chairman: and Judith Ward. 
Student Government Representative. 

Proud to leach, the Future Teachers ol 
\merica will had the wax. heeding the rail 
of youth. 




in:; 



LJicker uape vycoon* — 1975 




Tin Future Business Leaders of America, 
in showing their eagerness to prepare for 
careers In the lui-i n<--~ world. Iiavi- estab- 
lUhed an interesting and active organization 
for all business students on campus. 

Field trips have been taken to various 
types of business offices, and each month 
a business leader i- invited to meet with 
the group and speak on subjects of common 
interest, Being a pan of a national organiza- 
tion, inemlii-r- may attend national anil state 
conferenee- as well as enjoy the loeal activi- 
ties. 

I lie- of tie- projects ill tlii- yar is to pre- 
sent trophies to Mr. and Miss F.B.L.A. The 
recipients will lie elio-en lor -ueli merits as 
participation and co-operation within the 
organization. 



Tlie officers of tin- Future Business Lead- 
ir- nf Vineriea are: C. I!. Crook. I're-ident ; 
Ray Hughes. Vice-President; Art Taylor, 
freasurer; Pati Goldston, Secretary and 
S.G.A. Alternate; Roger l-'urr. S.G.A. Repre- 
sentative; Joe Sieilolf. Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Dr. ( '.. !•'. Ilankiiis. Faculty Advisor. 



C. I!. Crook, Jr. President 

Raj Hughes \ ice-President 

Pati Coli I -ton _ Secretary 

\ri layior---. ._.. Treasurer 




I'u -/ row. left 
ma Elwin l.i 
ley. J. II. Ra> 

l)i. Hani. n\s. 



to right : Ken 
e Yjackintosh 
. Joseph Siceli 
\ot pii lured: 



Ifi Hi' II III 

. ( harles 
■ it. G. II 
( harles 





m 





\ c^> PI 






a. 

Man 
. Son 
Fuli> 



/Ilium Blue, Roger Furr. Johnson C. Greene. Louise Harris, J. W. Johnson, Albe 
a. Fairrell l/i //./.-. Bets) Payne, Bell) Payne. Bill Place, Cletus Potts. Third ro 
ers, Randall T. Shuler, Giles 0. Terrell, Charles II hichard. Fourth row: Jim II A 
I'nt Lassiter. 



Lane. Second 
Shelb) Rack- 
Jud) If ilson. 



Mil 




Con£ciou£ of 

Culture } Jr. P. C, 

cApplaud* 1957 

Concert Series 



Concert Series 



I hi' (!<>imiiunit\ Conn-its liilil in Higtl 
I'uiiii College Memorial Auditorium afford 
a significant cultural contribution in col- 
lege life. Opening the concert series this 
year, Kmil\ Frankel, Mark liwlii. ami Will 
Noli presented "Ballet and Ballads." Othei 
highlights of the year \\rr< - John Cram. 
tenor, and Leonard Roser. celloist. The 
appearance of the Famed National Sym- 
phony Orchestra, directed \>\ Howard 
Miirlii'll. culminated a splendid concert 
series. 




NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



HOWARD MITCHELL, MUSICAL DIRECTOR 




Chapel 



R Willi FREDERICK l."> PINS 

"Ami lintli made oj one blood nil 
nations oj hum. 



hi;. LEE i i nil 

"The highest "I distinction is service t*< 
othei v 

King George \ I 



The 10:20 bell ran- as I scur- 
t'K'il ii|i i In- aisle ol tin- auditorium. 
Pushing m\ wa) along (he row, 
stumbling over the feel ol other 
students, I sank breathless into m\ 
seal just as Dr. Locke rose to an- 
nounce the first b\ mn. \\ bile ihe 
choir sang. I glanced around, ob- 
serving the Students near me. some 
alert and anticipating a stimulat- 
ing program, some with question- 
ing faces which seemed to inquire 




I IK. 



Vnroughout the tyear 



"Will I get something mil of this 
or shall I snooze for an hour?" 
some su rreptit iousl) opening 
books in prepare for the nexi 
class. I settled myself to enjoy 
lli«- program, knowing thai I would 
hud. as I had lonnd so often in the 
past, some new idea or ideal, some 
new perception ol beauty, some 
dillerent phase ol enjo\ nient, or 
perhaps even a new sense of dedi- 
i al ion. 



MRS. TOM FINCH. MRS. TOM PITTS. MRS. CHARLES 

Mi w \i n. mrs. 1 1 i:\ii ■) fosci k 

'Music mill rhythm Inn/ their nu\ into the secret places ol the sow/. 

Plato 




HIS. II! WK ( . LAI BACH 

''( lasp the hands and know the 
thoughts "' riu'ii in other lands. 

Masefield 



( II \\l 111 I! Ill \\(.. 
II \RMONICA \ IK It 0S0 

"Music is the universal language 
at tnunkind. 

I ull^frllou 



ORDER OF THE LIGHTED 

I VMP 

"I lump UtttO "M U'l'l mill u li^lil 

unto my path. 

Psalms 




MR. COKE I K< II 

■ l\ ii spell is > a st, . . ." 

- I >Ot|l|l|l'\ 



107 




V 




Cat c h Our School Spirit 



School Spirit 
Physical Education 
Varsity Basketball 



Homecoming 



Cheerleaders 

Junior Varsity 

Women's Athletic Association 

Tennis 

Baseball 

Men's Intramural 



110 
111 
112 
118 
119 
120 
122 
124 
125 
126 




The band playing Alma Mater . . . 
the players standing at attention dur- 
ing the National Anthem . . . the crowd 
surging through the old white doors 
of the gym . . . the cheerleaders giving 
fifteen rahs . . . the vociferous cheers 
of fans . . . and the burst of applause 
for a star who has just fouled out . . . 
all these are vital components of High 
Point College school spirit. 





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J.fV 



Physical CulturUt* 



. . . tumbling, track, and 
Pa&ch a In a itic* 




■» 




Mr. \nnn is Pasch \i. 



\ hush hill- over \\ ednesdax innrniiij: assemblx as a 
ruff voice booms oul Itiroii^li the loudspeaker. Behini 
the rostrum glittering with gold trophies the voice con- 
tinues . . - "We've got here on the High Point College cam- 
pus one <>f the finest intramural programs in the state. . . ." 
The speaker, known bj all as a friend, has a verj vita 
reason for making such a statement. During the eight 
years lie has worked in our Physical Education Depart- 
ment. Mi. \iiliui Paschal lias trulj developed one ol the 
l>esi organized programs "I intramural spm-is in the state. 
\ "i-ailiiaie nf \ipiilieasiein Stale College in Oklahoma 
ami Oklahoma \. & \l.. he and "Menu" have won a place in 
the hearts nf the students past ami present. 




J3a*ketbaU 




Sob by Sugg 4 

. . . -Manager and M-orale £oo*ter 

Bobby Suggs, a popular junior from Fair Grove, 
North Carolina, lias an official title ol "manager," 
liui his duties include those ol water-boy, muse-maid, 
official score keeper, and general morale booster. 

\ll the Panthers consider Bobby somewhat ol an 
expert "ii lia.-keiball. Tliex have die deepest respect 
for his opinions, and after each game the players 
can be seen asking Bobby for a critical analysis ol 
their indn idual performance. 

Probably the greatest contribution that Bobbj 
gives to the Panthers is his personality. His read) 
wit, combined with a friendlv and genuine loyally 

to his team, has endeared I In Loth coaching stall 

and team. 



Coach Virgil tyow 

. . . (Building a Winning 

Oeam 

"This vear we will have a winning team." 
These were the words expressed by (loach 
\ irgil Vow as the \arsil\ team began their fall 
practice. Experience, leadership, co-opera- 
tion, and great hope lor the conierence litle — 
these were the aspirations and qualities 
possessed h\ II. P. C. Panthers anil their coach. 

Coach Vow returned to High Point College 
lour years ago. Since that lime he has 
worked unceasingly to liuild anil improve the 

team. This year the untiring efforts of Mr. 

Yow have been rewarded l>\ a successful 
basketball season. 









The Tnnlhers in Action 
a See-Saw Season 



Une Varsity 

. . . Apeea . . . accuracy, . . . reserve strength 



The High Point Panthers, depending mainl) on 
the returning leltermen from last year, used their 
speed and aceurac) in carrj ihein through a sue- 
cessful basketball season. This year the Panthers 
have been called the best team I" be floored l>\ 
High Point College In several seasons of l>askell>all. 

Ullioiigli tin- learn was never in hrsl place, al iiinl- 

season ii "as rated as the most hkel\ ham in heal 
the undefeated Lenoir Rhyne Hears. 

The team was led I > \ the miraculous team play 
and rebounding ol captain Jack Powell ami the 
shooting <>f Kill Huegele. Jack was feared through- 
out ilie conference and proved l<> lie the difference 
between a win ami a loss in mam of the games. 
Bill Huegele. probably the most accurate shooter 
in the conference, paved the wa\ in the scoring 
department. Paul Stanton was another prominent 
figure who contributed bis share to winning ways 
of ihe Panthers bis hustle and attitude added 



much lo ihr |. am spirit. \ \er\ deceptive guard. 
Harold Crump, proved to be an experienced hand 
al hitting the basket from anywhere on the court; 
and the tallest man on the team. Ken Williams 
provided nccessan rebounds. High recognition 
goes to Maun Beauchot and Bobb) Pharr For the 
splendid job the) did as reserve guards. Height 
did not interfere with loin Pa\neand bis rebound- 
ing action. 

Dan Sew ell. a freshman, gave great promise lo 
I lit- learn while Sunn) Thornton was one of the 
best defensive men for the Panthers. Bobb) Dun- 
bar and Sieve Afendis performed well in the games, 
and Phil Crockett played the role of the tall man 
In man) instances. For the reserve strength Ken 
Black and Tom I'avne wire the main men. 

The varsil) team and Coach Vow deserve utmost 
praise for their endless efforts to give II. P. C. 
the best year in basketball. 



First row, left to right: Steve 4/endis. Bobb) Dunbar, Bobby Pharr, Maurj Beauchot. Second row: Km Black, Sonny Thornton, 
Jack Powell, Harold Crump, Bill Huegele. Third row: Phil Crockett, Km Williams, Dim in Sewell, Tom I'avne. Paul Stanton. 




116 



The High lVmt College Panthers were downed 
l>\ the Atlantic Christians in the quarter finals 
of the North Slate College loui nainent at Lex- 
ington Gymnasium. The Christians started off 
at a fast gait as Jack I nderwood drove in foi 
eight points in the earl) minutes of the game. 
Hig John Marie) added his rebounding power 
and ihe Panthers found themselves behind h\ 
a margin of ten points at half time. After the 
half, the never giving-up Panthers, led b) the 
set shooting of Son n) Thornton, tried for a 
come-back. Nigh Point was onl) two points 
behind when Marie) started hilling baske! after 
haskel lo equal and surpass the Panthers' surge 
of offensive play. Ii was a haul and fierce battle 
to i he end. but the A. C. team was not in be 
denied and the) came out victorious h\ a score 
of !!2 to 72. Ken \\ illiams played one of his 
best games ol Ihe year and was high scour of 
High Point with fifteen points. 




Too I'll*' lor it comeback. 



JSorth State ZJournament: 

a 10- point heartbreak 



The referee didn't see ihis one. 




High 


Point.. 


... 83 


PfriOVr 


81 


Hifh 


Poinl _ 


... 78 


I'f.ill.r 


77 


Hi h 


Poinl 


... 88 


Pikeville. Kv. 


K.-> 


II, J, 


Point.. 


... 8.i 


King (..II.-.-.- 


.".7 


Hiith 


Poinl _ 


... 93 


High P i Y.M.C.A 


HI 


High 


Point.. 


... '.'> 


Kl-kini- 


'H 


High 


Poinl 


... 95 


Appalachian Bombers 


65 


High 


Poinl - 


... 8."> 


\|>|ial,ii liian ImmmIm-i- 


<.."> 


High 


Point. 


... 83 


Atlantic Christian 


'11 


lll-h 


Poinl 
Poinl _ 


<>> 
72 


.\i'\\!ii'ii\ 


78 


High 


Cuilforcl 


ill 


1 1 • ■■ Ii 


Poinl.. 


...111 


Easl Carolina 


94 


High 


Point.. 


... '»:! 


McCrar) 


88 


11,1:1, 


Poinl 


... 81 


Guilford 


(id 


High 


Poinl - 


113 


kiiiii College 


81 


High 


Point 


... 83 


Elon 


a? 


Hi-h 


Poinl - 


... 95 


Catawba 


81 


High 


Poinl 


60 


Appalachian 


:.(, 


Hiyh 


Poinl 


... (.2 


Elon 


"i 


High 




97 


Atlantic Christian 


-■> 


High 


Poinl-. 


70 


McCrary 


69 


High 




.... 59 


Lenoir Rhyne 


65 


1 1 > -1. 


Point. 


.... 72 


Western Carolina 


73 


Ili'li 


Poinl 
Point. 


89 
81 






Hij'li 


Enka. Inc. . 


81 


Hiph 


Point. - 


.... (.7 


Western Carolina 


7(1 


High 


Poinl 


.... 80 




i9 


High 


Poinl 


93 


Easl ( .iiiiliiu 


'/I 


II, h 


Poinl 


7fi 




83 



NORTH STATE CONFERENCE TOt RNWIENT 
High Poinl 72 Atlantic ( I,,,.,,,,,, 82 



117 



14 



O 

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9 



Across the entrance lo the campus hung a 
1 tuiiiK'i" emblazoned with the words. "Welcome. 
Muiiiiii. ()n January 19, 300 alumni came 
back l<i a campus bathed in sunlight to sec once 
more the teachers who had given • I i i <-<! i ■ >i i lo 
their college years, to share memories with 
friends who could not be forgotten, and lo 
seek again the favorite haunts ol their school- 
days. 

\l the open house at the home of the presi- 
dent, former students chatted with Dr. and Mrs. 
Cooke ami with old friends. Thev enjoyed the 
lower I'lavers production* of Thornton Wild 
it's "The Happj Journej to Trenton and 
Camden and Stephen Vincent Benel s "' I he 
Devil and Daniel Webster." \ 1 1< ■ t a barbecue 
supper the old jjrads Hocked lo the overflowing 
gvm for the homecoming game, thrilling with 
pride as tin' High Point Panthers defeated 
Appalachian after a "iiip-anil-tuek" game. \lr. 
Whicker introduced some of the outstanding 

alumni of the college, and pretty, brunette 

Sill il<- \ Yokle) was crowned homecoming 

queen. 

After the game the former High Point stu- 
dents gathered for a reception in the student 
center to reminisce until late hours, evoking 
the fun ami laughter of their college years. \- 
llxv drove awav slowly, glancing hack through 
the darkness to catch a last glimpse of the 
lighted tower, the) added this dav to their 
treasured memories of lliidi I'oinl College 




M,ti& Shirley tyokley Heigni Over 3eHivitie* 



Panthers. I'nul Stanton and Jack Powell, stymie 
\Ioun ties' attempts during Homecoming game. 



Pleased alumni congratulate Coach Vow niter the 
Panthers Homecoming victory against tppa- 
lachian. 




PEP i: \i.n 

Repressed excitement swept the packed gym. 
Breathless, hushed, the crowd watched as the ball 
left the hands of a player and sailed in a clean arc 
through the basket. As with one motion the excited 
students surged to their feet, applauding tumult- 
ously. It was the half. The cheerleaders pushed 
onto the Hour, purple skirls swirling. As the) had 
done man) times before. the) molded the enthus- 
iasm of the crowd and directed its energ) into a 
vigorous sell of pride and appreciation. 

The crowd cheered in unison, scarcelj realizing 
how much the dedicated loyalty, the boundless 
enthusiasm, and the effervescent energj ol the 
cheerleaders hail contributed to the skillful playing 
the team had done all season. Man) times the) 
rooted the ball players to victory. When the Panth- 
ers lost, these boys and girls, presented with an 
even greater challenge, just as loyall) supported 
their team. 

\\ hen commended, the cheerleaders proudh 
point to the line school spirit displayed b) the 
entire student body, who showed great I" >\ alt \ and 
enthusiasm for their team not onl) at home but in 
games at other colleges. It was this vigorous school 
spirit, directed l>\ a grand bunch of devoted cheer- 
leaders, which plaved a major part in the excellent 
season the Panthers have enjoyed this year. 




73ke ZJeam (Behind the ueam 




CHEERLEADERS 

First row, /■■'/ '■> right: Inne Ken 
Shirle.) Yokley. Second row: \'anc) 
Crews, Shrimp Flynt, (Inula- Hoi- 
combe, John Rierson, Bell) Cray I'm 
mail. \"' pictured: Braxton Warner, 



II 1 ' 



junior Varsity — JVext year £ Varsity 




First row, left to right: If illium Blue, hunn\ Fussell, II illunl FonnyduvaL Cecil Stanley. Second row: Jim Parrish, J. V. Robinson, 
Dick Wilson, Luke Livingston, /'<*// Sellers. Not pictured; Lurry Swiggett, Lee Ra) Jolly, 



Coach Wayne Jroover 

(J\etui n£ to cAlma ^Hater 



"For crying oul loud! Dyou call that a pass? . . . 

Now there an' loin main kinds i>l wounds . . . How 
about someone demonstrating i<> us the prone pressure 
method? today were going I" learn a few funda- 

mentals of golf. Their club is called a hrassie. . . ." 

Whether at basketball practice, in First Aid class, or 
in Golf Class, one would probably relate these words to 
Coach Wayne Hoover, a junior member of the Nigh 
Point coaching staff. Coach Hoover is himself a gradu- 
ate of High Point, and after receiving hi- M.A. from 
I'caliodv College, he returned to his Alma Mater as the 
Javvee Coach and instructor in physical education, lie 
has been an asset to our college during the two vears 
he has served in this capacity. 




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12D 



$ayvee£ in cAction 



on 



the d 



ourt 



Thi- year I In- .liiiiinr \ar-il\ bail a fine work- 
in-; oll.-iisivc as well as ilrfriisivn team. Their 
winning record does nol lell ihe complete story 
oi (heir accomplishments tlii- season. The train- 
ing program set up 1 »> Coach Hoover was very 
successful, and through his .Hon- mam <>l iln 
,la> mi- players will he- -.en (in the 1957-58 varsity 
team. 

Larry Swiggett, the high scorer for Ihe team, 
averaged approximate!) 30 points a game. Luke 
Livingston and Lee Raj Joll) were two very com- 
peteni guards who contributed to the hackcourl 
play and defense of the team. Jim Parish and 
Dick Wilson were the main players responsible 
lor I In- rcliiiiin.lini: action. In man) ol tin- games 
llirv controlled lioth boards while Willanl I'nrnn- 
duval and Cecil Stamey played importanl parts 
in tin- games. Dann) Fussell ami J. P». Roberson 
along with all the other players siri\e<l constant!) 
in improve their skills and techniques in basket- 
ball. lli»h Point ('.oilier Jayw-es have worked 
hard; they have gained some of tin- experience 
necessary for i»l;i\ inj; on the varsity team, ami 
we fell that many "57 Jayvees will be seen on 
Coach \oi\'s Irani next year. 




on 



the Scoreboard 




High 


Point- 


64 


I!, J, 


Point _. 


98 


High 


Point — 


(.<) 


II, -1, 


I'oilll . 


61 


Higli 


Point.. 


7'. 


High 


1' - 


,.> 


High 


Point.. 




High 


Point- . 


58 


High 


Point— 


- i 


High 


1' t 


65 


High 


1' . 


71 


High 


Point 


71 


High 


Point. - 


.':; 


High 


Point 


67 


High 


Point— 




High 


Point- 


71 


High 


Point-. 


HI 


II, •_■!, 


Point- 


72 


High 


Point— 


82 


High 


Point- 


63 


High 


Point— 


>).". 


High 


Point .. 


7') 


High 


Point- 


71 


High 


Point.. 


',;: 


Hish 


Point . 


71 


High 


Point 


::i 


High 


Point - 


1 1 


High 


Pi.int- 


,'t 



Pi.ill.-i College 66 

Pfeiffei Coll,-.- 91 

Aberdeen lli.li School 43 

I .N.C. Freshmen 101 

Guilford College 69 

II asville High School.. .V) 

Vtlantic Christian 81 

Thomasville High s.l I— II 

Hargrave Military U'ad... <>H 

Aberdeen High School :12 

Guilford College 63 

Duponl Co. 96 

\\ ake Forest Freshmen. . . 'm 

I'.lon College 87 

Trinity Ili^li School 57 

Catawba College 70 

Appalachian 68 

Klon Coll,- . i',2 

Trinit) High School 53 

Atlantic Christian 74 

Hargrave Military Vcad— 115 

Duponl Co. 88 

\\ ak.- Forest Freshmen 93 

Lenoir Rhyne 67 

I'.N.C. Freshmen 103 

Catawba College ::,", 

Vppalachian 75 

Lenoir Rhyne i.'i 



121 



women 4 cAtnletic cA^Aociation J^eacfa 




First row, /«•// to right: Peggy Shook, Carolyn Hall. Murihu Ellington, Hazel 
Phillips, Second row: Lillian Gal breath, A vie Gunn, Ann Teague, Sara Owen, 
l>uu n Smith, 



It was all in a game of fun a- we gathered for 
our lir-i meeting of the Women's Athletic Vssot i.i- 
lion. New members hail been added lo our 
organization . . . officers lo be elected . . . parties 
in l»- planned . . . and the athletic program to 
be outlined for the year. Skating parties in the 
spring . , . swimming at the \ . . . Playday ai 
Guilford College . . . Ping Pong Tournament in 
\\ inston *Salem . . . another successful year in 
basketball . . . these were the main attractions 
for the girls of the W.A.A. 

Barbara i> -till interested in her jjolf and 
swimming . . . Sara attempts lo break her basket- 
ball record with 40 point average . . . Sherrill 
spends leisure hours playing tennis . . . "Mot" 
1 1 i« -- lo improve her fining techniques . . . Gay- 
nelle i- missed b> the team . . . Jo Ann recover- 
IrniM minor injuries . . . Lillian, the basketball 
manager, works with the girls . . . and our alert 
coach. Ha/el Phillips, add- to the activities l»> 
giving instructions in basketball lo Vnne League, 
l*f!!ji> Shook. Carolyn Hall. l>a\vn Smith. Avie 
Gunn. Anna Rogers, Loberta McNeill, Lou Mur- 
phy. Bett) Mullis, Sylvia Deaton, ami other »irl- 
who have joined us in our athletic activities. 



_/fx/ii Jvathalie Ltlieridge 

J4eadi W.c4.c4. 

The Women s Vthletic Vssociation includes all 
athletic programs for the girls who are interested 
in sports. Special tribute goes i<> Miss Etheridge, 
a newcomer !•> the Physical Education Department, 
for her support in the \\ . \. \. program llii* year. 

Officers iliis vear have been: Pal Hester. Presi- 
dent: J" \iiii Spell. Vice-President: Sara Owen. 
Secretary ; Martha Ellington. Treasurer: Barbara 
Edwards, Representative to S.G.A.: Gaynelle Pen- 
mil. Intramural Manager. 




122 



QitU 3ntramural Program 



Pki MuA — 

Volleyball Champ* 

This was a successful season al High 
Point College for fill's intramural volley- 
hall. Both the sororities and gym classes 
pla\ed with <;nal I'lilliusiasin. The Kappa 

Delias ami \lpha Gams entered ' Irani 

each in the intramural program while the 
Phi \liis were represented I > \ two groups. 
The gym classes were represented l>\ four 
teams. 

Tribute goes to the winning team. Phi 

Mu II. and In the iiinners-up. The "'> D's. 
Each group contributed qualities "I sports- 

inanship anil alhlelie ahilit\ throughout 
the season of \ ollc\ hall. Miss Ktheridge. 
the supei'x isoi . and llaiold \\ right, the 
eoaeh. are commended for their valuable 
contribution to the girls intramural volley- 
hall program. 




Spring Sport* 

Barbara Edwards and \nne Sherrill, 

golf and tennis enthusiasts, welcome spring 
with high spirits as the) anticipate a sea- 
son for participation in their favorite 
sports. When March blows her wa) into 
ll.l'.C. main coeds hegin sunbathing 
while the more energetic ones look for- 
ward to happv limes in the open an 

improving skills ami trimming figures 
days thej have been preparing for thorough 
physical education classes all winter 
basketball, tennis, golf, and softball. 










' 









L, 



L23 




Captain Sill Jwueaele 

J4eaa£ UenniA ZJeam 



The High Point College Imni- Irani. iN'orlli Stair Cham- 
pions for llir pa-l -r\rn out of riyhl yrars. i- ready In 

ilrfi'inl it- rii-iliani|iion-liip litlr a- -oon a- tennis weather 
mil- around. The Panthers tied with Guilford College for 
the championship la-t year. Since the train ha- all of the 
men reluming that played la-t year, it seems a- though 
another bright season i- aln-ad for High I'oint College. 
Hill llwgrlr. who wa- iiuiiuT tip for tin- North State 

•■ingle- rroHii la-l \i-ar. will pinhahK In- hark in llir 

number one position for the tennis team. Kenny Tew and 

lta\ Wirkrr. ihr niniiliri I wo and thrrr men la-t season, 
will be hark ami are reported to hr much improved over 
last season. Paul Stanton and Hair Swaringrn. llir other 
tun [etternirii. will round out thr starling fi\r. Ihr roarli 
ihis year will he Mi. .lark Kidd, who takes the place of 
Coach Jim Jones. Mr. Kidd ha- an excellent program 
woiknl mil ami hopr- in iinprnw- ihr tennis program ovei 
la-l year. 

\n Easter nip in I'l 
trip, i- planned for tin 



riila. corresponding to last year's 
pinpo-r of gelling the hoy- into 
warm weather: this helps them to gel into shape fa-trr to 
pla> in ihr regular loop competition. As usual, all matches 

air plavril at llir SeiLelield < OUIlllA (Jul) Court-. 



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Spring, . . . a young Alan 4 3ancu 



ken Trie 



K,n Wicker 



I'iiiiI Stanton 




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I In' 1956 baseball season brings several 
-.id memories to our minds. The High 
Poinl College nine suffered throughout the 
season from fault) fielding. Bolstered l»\ 
the efforts "f the four returning lettermen 
the High Poinl nine finished the regulai 
season plaj with a record "I five wins 
against seven losses. The pitching stall 
was centered around letterman Frank 
Miller, with considerable help from the 
experienced Jim Waul. The hard slugging 
"f H.P.C. catcher. Kill Beasley. was the 
mainsta) of the team's hitting power. 
\in.llier asset of the 1956 squad was the 
long ball hitting of the versatile Harold 
Watson. The hue value ol the 1956 base- 
ball season is not clear h .-ecu in ihe scoring 
record. The baseball future of High Poinl 
College appear- inueli brighter fm |be 
1951 season. 



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First row In, to rid,,: 11,11 Huegele. Charles Faust, Harold Bull. Ray Cockerham, Wimpy Jones Frank Miller. Bobby 

Second row: Harold Davis, Gray Everhart, Fr is Scott Turkey Hod g es John Hanner. Jot East. Th.rd row: » r g e 

Charles Hulin, Bill Beasley, II and d Watson, Mack Mackintosh, Don t.ooK. 



Hall. 

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M,en 4 SntramuraU — 3ootball } 



1957 cAll-Star* 








Bill Beasley. \lurph) Osborne, I. I.. Roberson, Harold Sykes, Bill Tyson, Jimmy Slurries, Huh Duncan, George Ivey, Not pic- 
tared: Hull Fulp. 



(Bulldozer* li'in Championship 




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Mr. Paschal congratulates Bill) I estal 'mil other players "' the independent team lor winning the Football Championship, 
Members <>' '/"■ Bulldozer Team are left in right: Hill Beasley. Gray Everhart, Bill) Vestal, Roger Xelson, Gene Kirby, James 
Frve, Mi. Paschal, "ml llnm/il />»/ms. 



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Volleyball and (Baseball 



Edging "ill ihe Tckes in ihe 
final match, the Iota I'lii Chapter 
of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 
won the volleyball championship 
oxer seven oilier well organized 
teams. Paced l>\ Captain Mm pin 
Osborne, the learn showed excel- 
lent spirit and form in posting 
iheir 7-0 record which recaptured 
the crown. 

Il was not until tin- third of a 
three game match with the Tckes 
that the Lambda Chi Fraternit) 
could claim the victory. After 
taking the first game In a score 
of 21 lo 1 ( ) the Teke fraternit) 
bounced hack wi'h a convincing 
21 to J! win. In the final game, 
the Tckes lead In 12 to 2: but 
the Lambda Chis suddenly hit a 
play that could not be stopped: 
lhe\ then forged into the lead I > 
to 14. I' ro m that point forward 
it was a matter of formality as 
the Lambda Chi Kraternil\ spirit 
and unusual play proved them the 
champions. 





First row. left '■> right: Morgan Pope. Charles Dyson, Jimmy Starnes, Km Wicker, 
Coach Viirp/n Osborne, liilh Simpson. Second row: Charles Mann, Jerry Roberts, 
H. C. Watts, Hill Thompson, horman Shronce, lhirr\ Gray, Hill Bingham. 



I his year's intramural basket- 
ball season lias produced some of 
the most evenly-matched teams 
ever to be assembled in the intra- 
mural program at High Point Col- 
lege. Eleven teams, seven of them 
representing fraternities, have en- 
tered the competition for winning 
the regular season crown. The 
competition will undoubtedly be 
keen, and the championship will 
probabl) not be decided until the 
final game. Lambda Chi \lpha 
Fraternitj offers one of the best 
learns in the circuit, and at inirl- 
season the) have produced an 
undefeated record. The) are led 

In ihe scoring of Murpln Osborne 

ami l!a\ \\ i< ker and the rebound- 
ing power of Charles Watson. Pi 
Kappa Alphas threaten the num- 
ber-one team as the) have been 
defeated onl) once, and that being 
In ihe league-leading Lambda 
( !his. I he Pikas are led In Joe 
Carrington. Martin Poyner. and 
Dale Swaringen. Ihe lau Kappa 
Epsilon team also has a fine team 
that is buill up around Stan Staf- 
ford. Kappa Chi. Delia Sigma 
Phi. and Sigma Phi Epsilon have 
also proved themselves worths 
competitors. 



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tnjoy Our Social IVorld 



Panhelleiiic 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



Kappa Deltt 



Lambda Alpha Phi 



Phi Mu 



Ep 



silon Sigma Omicroii 



I.F.C. 

Delta Sigma Phi 

Lambda Chi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Theta Chi 

Miss H.P.C. 

May Queen 



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Eager coeds (ill the windows 
ol Woman's Uoll to listen to 
the soft harmony of a sere- 
nading fraternity . 



Social 




I break in the day's rigorous 

\, -hi'ihile roll', lor a panic nl 

cards or a coke in the Book- 
store. 



Whirl 





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The annual snow at exam 
time beckons students from 
their studies to frolic m the 
campus winter wonderland. 



(hi it sftriiii> morning hun- 
dreds "I students throng front 

campus lor the annual all- 
school picnic. 




Dreamy-eyed girls in floating 
formats and their escorts en- 
joy the lilting strains o) a 
waltz at the Christmas dance. 




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Sniii-d.. Iril to right: Avic (iiiiui. Sylvia Fox, Bobbie Barrett. Standing: /•'•/'• 
barn If ilson, Jinl.tr lltioirr, linrbara Huntley, Gelene Ashley. 



( lloser co-o pe rati " n among ihe 
sororities i- the purpose of the Pan- 
hellenic Council. I In- council is com- 
posed i if two members from each soror- 
ity who strive to make college life as 
congenial as possible. Ulhough the 
organization was first established las! 
year, ii lias resulted in closing an) 
gaps <'i hostility which might have 
existed before and has served its pur- 
pose in instilling into the hearts of 
ever) sororit) member the true spirit 
<»l sisterhood. 

\ successful rush week opened willi 
a tea. Man) new names and faces were 
viewed l>y the "Id members. Further 
plans were made l>\ each sorority. 
Hurried notes and secret consultations 
were a part of the week rush program. 
Finally, the all important decision had 
been made and ai the close <>f the 
week forty-eight girls had pledged to 

I In- full I" sororities. 



Panhellenic Council 



The lea held in the Student Center 
l>\ the Panhellenic Council climaxed 
the informal question and answer 
period for the benefit id all new girls 
who were interested in joining a soror- 
ity. Pretty co-eds. attired in colorful 
party dresses, streamed into the Stu- 
dent Center and met eager "sisters 
who tried id remember names and at 
the same time "plug" their particular 
sororities. Excitement was high, and 
the afternoon closed as sorority girls 
called special meetings I" add new 

names to rush lists and potential 
rushers wearing white name lags em- 
barked up the thrilling "party-going' 
week of rush. 




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The beginning . . . \lpha Gam - firsl 
year . . . where do we go from here? . . . 

Uu>!i Wick - an) girls, so mam 

names, so man) fa. c— . . . part) ! part) ! 

. . . who's the slic.il lil le? . . . Preference 

. . . Pledge Da) we pledge the hesl . . . 
•Our" girls . . . lii-i birthda) on Novem- 
ber ")... pledge meetings and pledge tests, 
luil thai "C" average was most important 
. . . who would be most eligible for Junior 
Marshal excepl Pats) ? . . . those dues and 

oh! those I k> In keep straight . . . pins. 

rings, ami weddings . . . Jane was nlT to 
California bul mil for the national con- 
vention . . . remember llii' Cobb novel? 
. . . Ilabs and Mar) Ruth voted among ten 
Outstanding Seniors and Mar) Ruth and 
Jahala made " ho's II //« . . . Fort) Sigma 
Cbis Mil-nailing our Sue . . . The car wash 
— more fun onlj 75 cents a car . . . cake 
walks, shoe shines, etcetera, etcetera . . . the 
night the Alpha Gams stayed in a motel 
Margaret Black s home, that is . . . Sister- 
mothers, sister-daughter* soon in be sis- 
ters . . . Bookstore railing . . . Let's hit 
second floor . . . "Smokey Joe s Cafe . . . 
Christmas in the air . . . drawing names 
. . . Mother Vance was so sweet to lei us 
have a part) there . . . Surprise! dating 
Hugh. Fred. Harr\. Caiiilell. Jim. Freddie 
— an) more, girls? ... Oh yes. the blind 
dale! . . . the big da) . . . Initiation . . . 

I'easl of Roses . . . nrtt sisters . . . lend me 

a sweater . . . sandwich lisi . . . 3rd door 
mi lefi wants a chicken salad sandwich . . . 
cars in hilling nol behind the bushes 
either what! eating in the "Libe" again! 
. • • lights mil al 12 Ha! Ha! . . . Parties 
in the dark . . . Sherrill's self-improvement 
plan wow! . . . our favorite iude|iendenl 
l.einniond . . . Spring Formal gotta gel 
a dale . . . Bo) ! thai music ... I :()() per- 
mission-freedom . . . neu officers — whew ! 
. . . you can lake over gladl) . . . reports 

■ ■ • close oui the I k- . . . gung-ho! 

Mpha Cam . . . watch mil boys we'r 

ihe way to Myrtle Beach . . . yeah! every- 
body's there . . . anything goes'. . . quitting 
time . . . i In- redcoats are coming. 




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Barbara Hun tie) 
President 



Inn \„r 

Treasurer 






Margaret Blai I. 
First I (i e-l'resiilent 

Jahala Eudy 
l!< , ording Set retat \ 

Oetores Stephens 
t orrcsponding Set retat I 




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amnta 



Cta Chapter of 

cAlpna Qamma 
Jbelta 







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First run. /(■// /" right: Margaret inn idkins, Linda Briggs, Ruth Helen Boone. Betsy Cranjord. Peggy Duns. Sue 
Freshwater. Second row: Palsy Hobbs. Betty Rose Jarrett, Ruth Ann Macon. Shelby Mosley. Ramona Leonard. Billic 
Paisley. Third nut: Beth Peterson, Helen Rakestraw, Bobbie Schrum, Linda Securest. Inita Sewell, Inn Sherrill. 
Fourth nui: Mur\ Ruth Smiley. Jane Thornhill, Toby Barriet Wall. Louise Warren. 



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Kappa Jbelta at Work and Play 



The fall semester means rusli and a lol of hard work, bul afler the bids are 
turned Iii eu-rxone ran sigh with reliel a- we welcome our new pledges. Hie 
traditional KD's in Hades part) is "in- ol ihe highlights during rush week. 
ami -ileal pride is taken I" make il heller each war. Sisters wear nil in ac- 
cordance with the theme, ami a skil is given symbolizing the meaning "I Kappa 
Delia. 







All together yule-tide greetings an- wished I" everyone from the kl)s. In 
help Santa spread good will anil tin- Christmas spirit llir sororit) holds an 
annual paii\. The new pledges and sisters join together with their dales in 
•semi-formal attire i" dance and ring the bells of Christinas joy. Entertain- 
ment and decorations all go along I" make the part) a big success. 




KD's soak up the sun even June to celebrate the closing of school 

and fur seniors to haw one last parl\ with their fellow students. The 
sororit) heads for Mxrtle Beach for a week of sun. salty-water, and 
relaxation. I he sliul-exe is scarce, bul the memories are treasured, and 
everyone has a good time. See you KD's at the beach again in '.">7! 



±*Kz&$jr: 




NEW SISTERS WD PLEDGES 
First row, left to right: Carol trey, Diane Bingham, Belt) Jean Brooks, Martha Bulla, inita Cannoy, Belt) Gray Dorman, Belt) Rose Duncan. Elaine Hoover 
Second run: Sara Jackson, Lynda Lomax, Pats) McKinnon, Carolyn Miller, Hern Mullis, Lutritia Murphy, Dot Ridenhour, Jackie Smith. 









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\,llll i I I, II s 

Se< hi m i 

SJi in l„\ 
President 

Rhonda Strange 
I ice-President 

Sylvia Hill 
Assistant Tin/surer 

Beverl) Deal 

I ftlSlll IT 

Barbara II it son 

Pankelienic 
Representatii e 

Pat Jordan 
Editor 






yamma yamma 

Chapter of 

Kappa 3)elta 





First raw. left in rizhi : Pal Beam. Arlene Harris. Sue Hull. Helen Dunn. June Elder, Gabby Garrett. Sharon Ingram. Second roiv: Rosa 
Jnrreit. Shirley Junes. \ell Long, Jackie McCulloch. Barbara Payne. Pal Ritchie. Judy Seward. Third run: Martha Shelton, Miriam 
Stallings, Donna Smith. Sarah June II all. 



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Black jackets on campus, black and while ribbons on a 
pledge's sweater, and a white carnation in a sorority mug 
all symbolize l>> a Lambda girl loxallx and friendship — 
the ideals to which Lambda Upha Phi is pledged. The 
Lambda Upha Phi Sororit) was organized on March 10. 
1953, with the basic idea thai friendship is the highest 
degree of perfection in society. 

Pleasant memories linger in everj sister's mind. . . . 
I'riseillas <-| ill t<i ■■< 1 i'< >< >n i pa< keel with girls making lasl 
minute preparations for rush parties . . . excited rushees 
silling cross-legged on the cabin Moor, eating hamburgers. 

drinking hot ehoeolale and gelling ai quainted at the "I'orty- 

Niner Jubilee,"' the first rush parry . . . the "Gold Rush" 
part) at Robert I'.. I.ee I Intel in Winston-Salem, and the 
clean-up committee who lost their wax hark t<> school and 
ended up in Lexington . . . two o'clock chats at the house 
part) . . . receiving pledge pins, (he first symbol of affilia- 
tion with the sisterhood . . - the heart-warming satisfaction 
ol helping a neeclx familx at Thanksgix ing. 

We also remember . . . the installation of new members 
on a rain) evening . . . the surprise part) for Gelene who 
became Mrs. lidlx \~hlex at Christmastime . . . playing 
game- ami making fudge at the Christmas Party, and. 
afterwards, caroling to friends of the college community 
. . . dancing in a diml) lit. confetti strewn room at the 
belated New Year's Pari \ . . . fixing hamburgers in the 
basement to make monex for that special event- the banquet 
. . . the highlight of the year— the Spring Banquet . . . and 
bringing the year to a memorable end a week at the 
beach. 




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°Qambda cAlpka Pki 




Priscilla Gingrii h 

J I' l-l'/4'\l'l,'lll 




Louise Pugh 

Sei flat \ 



Irma Jam' St ruggs 
Treasurer 




Christine Barber 
Representative S. G. 1. 







\ m inn Jane Kearns 

lh-i I'lifiuil Chairman 



Gelene Hutrhins ,4,shte\ 
President 



Bobbie Barrett 
Representatii e '<• 

I'llllhi-llrtit' 




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First row. lelt to right: Barbara 4 yen. Mar) Booe, Martha Buffalo, Pats) Coringlon. Barbara Edwards, .Iran Filer 
Second row: Belt) Frazier. tngie Gaskins, Carolyn Hall. Barbara Harper, Camilla Isley, Shirle\ l.xtle. Third mu 
Barbara Morrison, Belt) Mullinix, Shelb) Xelson. 



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Firs/ n>ti. fell t<- right: rum Avery, Sue Beeson, Efsie Cavanaugh, Sylvia 
Deaton. Second row: Judy Fish, rati Goldston. Carolyn Guyer. Beth Hardin, 
Third row: Libb) Hurst. Carolyn Koontz. Dot Lloyd, Phyllis \l inter. Fourth 
imi: Pals) Poole. Jeannette Small. II uu Sluttrt, C.hrys Stiiltz. Filth run: lion-. 
Tallev, liui limn II hite. Shelbi Williams. Joyce Young. 




I. ilr as a I'lii Mil doc- mil lake the place 
uf tin- |n uM'i Mai "home awa\ from home : 
ii i- mil lived among the members of "one 
greal big family. Ii i- nol personified in 
[he charter of I hi- name il hears: il is not 
one sister in one "Unci. Ii is a group of 
girls . . . living together . . . living together 
. . . laughing together . . . working together 
. . . ami growing together. It is all these 
things rolled into one. welded with the 
small, infinitesimal. happ\. ami uiihappx 
limes that we share. Things like the house 
|iart\ at \l\rtle Bearh . . . Ii\e oYloek 
tune-up lime . . . "to peel or not to peel" 
. . . I hate in leave the beach . . . Kerr 
crowned "Miss High Point" . . . summer 
just a memory ami school resumes . . . 
"Have you met all the rushees?" . . . 
Largest pledge class . . . I'roud? "1 ou liel 
we are! . . . I'ledge Dame . . . Dancing on 
Cloud No. 7. please . . . Jean, is it time 
again to paj dues? . . . I'm broke . . . The 
pink jackets in the bookstore . . . Qualit) 
and not quantit) ... "I in without a hoy- 
feller" . . . Pledges shine in talent show . . . 
Fran still likes Elvis! . . . Dinner at S & W 
for little sisters . . . Part) for polio victims 
. . . Christmas holidays . . . I'll have a blue 
Christmas without \ou . . . Was Santa Bab\ 
good to Mm'.'' . . . Koontz and Rand) pinned 
. . . Can I bum a cigarette, Hurst'.'' . . . Elsie 
and Bob married . . . Pre-exam party at 
American Legion Hut . . . Lambda Chi- Phi 
Mus Valentine Dance . . . Iteeoii" lie II ask 
me . . . double dates . . . Carousel Dance 
and the March Wind did blow . . . "Get 
up. Ballard, lime for class. . . . Class? . . . 
I m King in the sun . . . joke sessions . . . 
bring me a "happy" . . . one more hand 
of bridge . . . Poole and "Since I Mel You 
Bah\ . . . Llaine and Stan engaged . . . no 
liol water, and I have a dale . . . We're 
going in church together Sunda\ . . - 

I brow Mousie in the lull . . . Let's go see 
Pali . . . Jackie anil Slick . . . Spring 
Banquet . . . W ini and Fairrell . . . new 

cM'iiing dress . . . \l\rlle Beach, here come 

the Phi Mus again . . . MEMORIES \IM". 
VIADE OF THESE! 



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./*/' kie Hooi • i 

I'lCMtll'lll 



Shirlei YoUvy 



Elaine Mills 

Sft i rltii \ 

jean Rufty 

I I 'USUI IT 



Qamma Zeta Chapter 

4 

Phi M,u 












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I'ulli Ballard, Martha Ellington, time Kerr, liie Gunn, Shirk) lllal. Ie\. Sylvia Holt. Inn Kurfees. 



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LpHlon Sigma Omicron 

ProiebHonal J4ome Lconomic* Sorority 




Vice-President 



Jane Mar/in 
Set return •Treasurer 




Veil Long 
Historian 




Lett in right: Miw Livingston, Helen Clay. Lillian Gul breath. Rarhael Goodman, Jacquline Pugh, Sue Perry Simpson, 
Miss Luffman, \<>t pictured: Pat Smith. \rll Fuller, Linda Chastain, Liz Peterson. 



cActivitieb o/ JfotnemakerA 





Seated, left '<> right: Huh Duncan, John Perry, Briggs Leonard, Craig Kester. 
Standing, left in right: Bill Tyson, Buddy Braider, Bill Heugle, Gordon Silong, 
Fred Peters, If. C. I/. Gee, /!../, (,«.„/,. Kogei Shellon. 



The Interfratemity Council is the gov- 
erning IhmK of the (> national Greek letter 
social fraternities. I In- membership is 
made ii|> of two representatives from each 
nf the respective fraternities one senior 
Mini one junior representative, with voting 
power invested in the senior represent- 
ative. 1 1 1 « - \ serve for two years. I lie main 
purpose of the council is to govern and 
promote friendship among the various 
fraternities, and sel up the rules and regu- 
lations for rushing members for the 
fraternities. 

I lie main activities this year were re- 
vising the old constitution: laying plans 
for future fraternity lodges. \%iil> Dr. 

Dennis II. Cooke. President of ll.l'.C. 

a definite step toward accomplishinent- 
and also sponsoring the blood-mobile 
campaign. 



Snterfraternity Council 



The Inlerfraternil) Council lias taken 
over the responsibility of sponsoring the 
Annual Christmas Dance. Ibis dance is 
open to the entire student body of llijili 
Point College and features an orchestra 
and vocalist. Since this is the only open 
dance of the first semester and conies 
before the Christmas Holidays ii is an 
important highlight of the year. 

In the spring the I.F.C. sponsors another 
dance which is enjoyed by the fraternity 
men and their dales only. This also fea- 
tures an orchestra and is a formal affair 
which is eagerh anticipated In all I In- men 
in fraternities. 




I II 




J^aAt Jipcal Jraternity 

Qoe£ JSational 

THE HIGH POINT COLONS OF THE DELTA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY 




In September "I L956 ihe mem- 
bers of the N. D. M. < :i u I . votei 
unanimoush to petition I !»«• Delta 
Sigma I'lii Fraternit) for member- 
ship in it's international fraterna 
organization. This step marked an 
important milestone in the growth 
<if High Point College's onl\ re- 
maining local fraternity. 

The \. I). \I. Clu!) was organ- 
ized in the spring ol L939 as an 
athletic organization for the men 
<>f High Point College who were 
interested in athletics and in br- 
ooming a pari of an everlasting 
halrinal In < >l lii-rln >< m I. Since that 

time the club lias stead iK grown. ,nu\ in tin- fall of ITvl the 
first steps were made l<> become part of a national fraternity. 
Delta Sigma Phi seemed the choice of all the members, and 
during the spring and summer of 1956 we worked towan 
petitioning the international fraternity. Since becoming a 
colony, the efforts and interests <>f the men have been dedi- 
cated to our installation and chartering, which is to take 
place in the spring of the current school year. 

Delta Sigma Phi, organized in L899. is a fraternit) of comradeship, social growth, and leadership. There are now over 
eighty-five chapters and twenty-two thousand members in the I nited Stales and Canada. We of the High Point College 
Chapter dedicate ourselves to the further growth of the International Fraternity, and to the interest of brotherhood and 

grow th in our oh n group. 



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<zbelta Sigma Phi 




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First row, feft t<> right; l>>>n Fr\e, President: Buddy Bratv- 
ley, Vice-President i Frank Collins, Secretary. Second row: 
Roger She/ton. Treasurer; C. " . Faulkner, Chaplain; Fred 
Barber, Pledge vlaster. Third row; Jack Johnson, Athletic 
Director; Donald Shame/, Activities Director; I ernon Tate, 
St holarship Director, 









First mil. hit to right: T. R. Alexander, Km Block, />'<■» Brawley, George Cook, Hoieard Holbrook, ./..-■ Misenheimcr. Giles Terrell. 
Second n,n . Clayton Wampler, Norman fl ampler, Max Weavil, Bob » ienberry. 





/.lit to right: Buddy Brawley, Don /•'»'-. Bobb) ff ienberry, lemon Tate- 



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> tamUa Jhi Alpha 7. 




First '"«. /-•" '" right: BUI) ./"'■ Vow, Jerr} Roberts, "Scotty" Poin- 
dexter, "Willie" Thompson, Charles lohnson. Second ran: S. .1. 
Parker. Bill Bingham, Bob Bad get I. Tom Kerr, K. C. Watts, Norman 
Shronce, Paul Jones, Cletus Potts, Clavis Shelton, Charles Mann. 



In \l;i\ 1953. Delta Upha Epsilon local 
fraternit) became Iota Phi Zeta of Lambda 
Chi \l|iha. As we became aware ol our 
national standing. I lie life of our brother- 
hood grew richer. This Lambda Chi's 
fourth year al II. P. C. has indeed been a 
lull and happ) one. We will have these 
moments to remember . . . The White Rose 
Formal al the 0. Henry, and all the l>. \. E. 
"old heads" returning . . . jaunts to 
\\ . & \l.. I'.asi Tennessee Stale and Evans- 
ville College . . . Lambda Chi Convention 
in Colorado . . . Steak supper al notion's 
Farm . . . Pins losl b) Kester. Konkle. and 
Graj ■ . • Wedding bells for Burrus. Dahhs. 
Cranford, and Ball ... a new little Burrus 
. . . Rush week, the stag part) WOW ! . . . 

the Rush Drag, great time . . . g I pledge 

class . . . E. Ball's farewell to bachelorhood 
part) . . ■ Hallowe'en part) for Polio 
Patients . . . Clown-Facult) Basketball 

game fin II. P. C. s daughter Kim . . . 

scholarship 1 1 <-|>li\ from National . . . two 
brothers make II l>» •• // ho . . . "Silas 
Nash's Tire Store . . . Basketball team 
takes V C. mter-zeta troph) again . . . 
niu- uniforms, loo . . . "Moon-struck" 
Myrick finall) gol snowed . . . "Blizzard" 
Wicker givs all the licshmen girls a break 
. . . We became "Pirates for Phi Mu rush 

parlv . . . Lovelv Crescent girl Mrs. \rlene 

Burrus . . . Koolball learn loses one game 
"lucky"' Bulldozers . . . Osborne. Starnes. 
Place, and Ball make Ill-Star Football 
team . . . "The Phantom" strikes regular!) 
in the section . . . Brothers Hinshaw. Des- 
kins, and Gaynor as active as any ""Joe 
College' . . . O>|.orne a Junior Marshal 
. . . "week end warrior Place . . . Campus 
clown Flvnl clowning as usual . . . all in 
all. a wonderful 1 '>.">(>-."> 7 for Lambda Chi. 











Ernie Ball, President; Paul Nash, I ice-President; limn Gray, Secretary: Jimmy Starnes, Ritualist. \ni pictured, Ray 
If ii ker, Treasurer. 




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First row /<•'/ to right: Randy Burgess, Allen Burrus, Don Cranford, C. />'. Crook, Bob Dabbs, Charles Dyson. Aubrey Flynt. Second row: 
Craig Kester, Eugene \Iontsinger, Fairre/I Wyrick; Curl Vigh, Murphy Osborne, Hill Place, Bill Simpson, Third row: Charles II ■/'-"». Dr. 

Desliins, Dr. Iliiishinv. 



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First row, tejt to right: James Burger. ./<><• Carrington, Eugene Clements, Phil Crockett, Lawrence Currie, George Emirs. Willard Form) 
d u vat. Second row: Daniel Fussef, Fred Handy. //. T. Hartley, Frank/in Hazzard. Benny Jenkins, William Jessup. El wood Mcintosh 
Third row: Martin Poyner, Charles Kiddle Clyde Ridgiff, Fred Sherrer, Dale Speight, Ed Venerable, 

It e will long cherish the memories of 1956-5? because . . . Pikas win Softball crown . . . Jimmy, Johnny, and Don attend 
vational Convention m Mexico Cit) Tequila anyone? . . . Donnie and I'm tunned . . . Lin wood pins E.C. majorette 
. , . party at Jamestown ■ ■ . Joel and his women . . . A'/mA parties . . . Serenades . . ■ Don pins Margaret . . . Mack, 
Trei\ and Cecil lis// Pika house at Washington and Lee . . . Gangster Hall . . . hi. Hunsuckei (Psychoanalyst) . . . 

"Big" Phil starts game! . . . Dale's hack . . . Dream (>irl Hall . . . Seniors graduate . . . The Dean's son a/so . . . a great 
xeai Ita the laothers and nfei/aes ' ' ' ' 



— - ■••■ ■- .-,--■"- .... -■-..- .... 

yea/ ha the brothers and pledges! .'/.' 




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Juelta Omega Chapter 

of 
Pi Kappa cAlpna 

Chartered 1953 






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leii in right: Don Kearns, President; Jim Hired, I ice-President: Joel Nimon, 
Secretary; Johnn) Abernethy, Treasurer. 






First row, left to ripltt : Mickey Caudle, Carson Cox, Huh Duncan, ,41 Finley, Linwood Harris, Huh Hunsucker, Bryce Hunt. Second row. 
l.i. I,r Livingston, Max Loftin, W. C. McCee, Tommy \lcMahon, Donnie Murray. Fred Voble, Huh Smith. Third row: l.nns Strange, Cecil 
Thomas. Albert Travarthen. Mr, Paschal. 




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First row, left in right: Bill McKechnie. Sin Taylor, Bill Moore. If illis Stevens, hi. I. Young. Don Morrison. Second row: Gene Simp- 
son. .In' I. Barrier, Bobb) Foster, George Shepherd, Dunn) Seuell. John Cass, Lee Groome, Earl Gray, Don Nesbitt, (./inn Lloyd, 
\ni pictured: Ernest Brewer, 



<hig-Lp {Activities 



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()n November I. !''<)]. Sigma Phi Epsilon was 
I < >u in ti'i I on tin- i-ampus "I Richmond College, Rich- 
mond. Virginia. Today. Sigma Phi Epsilon stands 
second in the number "| chapters in the Fraternity 
World. 

Epsilon Phi Omicron joined the national brother- 
hood in 1953. and became known a- \orlli Carolina 
Eta Chapter ol Sigma I'lii Epsilon. 



/. Talking it ova niih the "Great If liitr Father." 

2. \othing in iln Iiui \iiniil around and lull,. 

I. Let Taylor tell them hot* it should In' done. 

I. Snou II arnei helps Sig Eps li^lu polio. 

■ >. I.nnl. mil. boys. Iii'ir I imiir! 

'». Sonn I s .limit. 

. . Sig Eps 'inn tin- pigsfiin. 



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tta Chapter 

ol 

Sigma Phi Cpulon 



Sinn Broadway 

President 




John Hii't so/; 

Secretary 




I'm it! l/i ers 



lira vlon II arnei 
Historian 



Dennis i'mitf 
Controller 





First row, left to right: Stan Baker, Libby Belt. Pepfn t Burns, Richard Cox, Roget tJaris. Bob f)o> \'erv. Lam Green. Second run ' har/ie 
Hotcombe, Ronald Lucas, John Perry. John Powell, Robert Snyder, Paul Stanton, Harold Slices. Thin! row: Sonny Thornton. Hi// Tyson. 
Larry II ifliams, Johnny Mann. 



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Z)au Kappa Cptilon 



Founded 1899 



••Runny" receives roitgrulula- 
linns from "Red" hi his 
■i iwnulariti award. 




~belta Kappa Chapter 



Chartered L954 



Delia Kappa Chapter of Tau Kappa 
Epsilon was begun wilh a small but 
determined group of individuals on 
the campus here at High Point Col- 

r;:.-. In ill.- I li i «■<• wars llial \\r have 
been a chapter of a national fraternity 
we have become recognized as one of 
the leading organizations on this cam- 
pus. Ibis year saw the largest pledge 
class in the liistorv of this chapter, 
and we are looking forward to an even 

rigger one next \ear. Constantly v>e 
strive to make our chapter an out- 
standing one and to promote better 
relations among all mankind, fulfill- 

inj; ill's obligation is our primary goal. 



First row, left to right: Jimm) 
Joyce, Joe Gibson, Jim Rob- 
erts. Sum Gilley. Second row: 
Vernon Wright, Hon H'orl;- 
•n, in. Bill Mate, 41 Bean. 
Donald Hancock. Third row: 
Hi II Riser. Bills Vestal. Har- 
old Davis, Paul Muse. Fourth 
row: IVeldon Simpson. 
Charles Gregory, Steve ifcn- 
■lis. H.ili Rogers, Han Smith. 








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Jim Sumner, Prytanis: Harold Crump, 
Epi-Prytanis; Fred Perdue, Gramma- 
teus: Ray Hughes, Crysophyles: Henry 
.1 )..//, Hypotheles; Bill Huegele, Fred 
Peters, Jim Vewman, Hetemon. 



BROTHERS 

Jne Allred, Randall Bean, Maury 
Beauckol, K<tl>rrt Clinard, Leon- 
ard DeLapp. 









Lloyd Jones, Donald Levina, 
Robert Smith, Art Taylor, Dick 
Wilson. \nf pictured: lt»l< Dar- 
den. 



OLD PLEDGES 

George Ivey, Albert Lane, Jim 
Parish, Jim » hite, Ihm II <>rl,- 
man. Not pictured'. Bernie 

Brewer. 












Advisors, nut pictured: '//-. Jml. Kidd, Dr. Blackwell Robinson. 



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Z)keta Chi 

Our Centennial \}ear 



Founded Vpril l<>. L856, at Nor- 
wich University, Norwich, Vermont. 

Colors Militai) K<'<1 and While 
Flower Red Carnation 

() Mr Centennial Conwiition was 
\u-\i\ In Norwich, Vermonl in Septem- 
ber with Brothers Stinson and Cannon 

allcnding. 



Bill Gray, Vice-President: Bill Pennwell, 
Secretary: Delbert Kirkman, President: 
Thad Hartley, Treasurer; \oble Mullican, 
Pledge Marshal. 



Left '•■ right: Hill Morris. Bobby Owens, 
Mack Shoal, Arnold Lawson, George Boose, 
Robert Beaird, Jimmy Barnes, Earl Cook, 
Ted Speni ei . 







EPSILON M.I'll \ CHAPTER 







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For the year 1956-57, ma) we always cherish the memories "I 
such events as . . . our Inst rush part) at tin' Jamestown Legion Ilul 
. . . the drag rush part) al Thomasville Country Club . . . Collecting 
toys for our annual part) for the underprivileged children . . . the 
slag parties al the coon cluh . . . plans for the Mason-Dixon Jubilee, 
Valentine l'ait\. anil the annual Dream (nil Ball. 

.Inst for kicks we recall . . . Willie watching out for the dog . . . 
everyone reminding Pope ol that certain girl . . . Browns stapler 
missing . . . Parrish and the "gravel" . . . Goose being in bed all da) 
because ol liis late date . . . Cannon waj;j;in;i In- tail . . . the huuger 
over Iliad's bed . . . Lewallen's voting . . . I la— el tasting ears . . . 
Kirk and lii> muzzle . . . General Hartley's defeat at Wake Forest 
. . . \\ ee \\ ee putting a knot on someone's head . . . McCleod missing 
the thief . . . "Hey, Miss Shelly" . . . the man) times those girls 
were pinned . . . conflict on the second floor. 



Hill Brown* James Cannon, }err\ Slinson, Lawrence Lewallen, Bob \lcCleod, Cliff Martin. 
Hob Lone, Briees Leonard, It, II Parrish, If i/lie Vewkirh, T. /.'. Henilrix. 













Benjamin Hill. George Hobart, Na- 
thaniel ) ar borough, Herman Coble. 



Pope Thornton. h>>inil<l Setters, Eugene n'atkins, 
William Rogers. Charles Williams, Cut. Inn /Vi- 
fong, Hassel Strader^ \h-ll Busbin. 




Z)lie Zenitk Present* 



Theme music from "\l\ Fair 
Lady" was provided l<\ "The 
Sentimentalists." 



Just before fhr crowning, \h. 
(.4i\ and Charlie Hoi com be 
presente I u hilarious version 
ol ■// //A ,/ Little liii ot 
Luck" 



Smiling approval «/ the judges' 
choice. Mrs. Allen Burrus. 
retiring </'"'''»• ' ongratutates 
the 1957 Miss High Point 
Collese, 



"Our 3 air Jiadie* 



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"I remembered whal my speech teacher 

once told me m ikI thought of them all silling 
oul there in their underwear." the lovely girl 
in a white formal conliiled hesitantly to the 
master ol ceremonies in answer to his ques- 
tion, "Whal were you thinking while yon 
wnc on the stage?" The audience applauded 
vigorously when Kathleen rlenson, an attract- 
ive senior, who had delighted them with her 
rollicking pantomime ol Teresa Brewer's re- 
cording of "Hell Bottom Blues," was crowned 
Miss High Point College of 1957. 

She and nine other of High Point's most 
charming co-eds. who had been selected from 
the various classes and campus organizations, 
competed on the basis oi beauty, talent, and 
personality. The theme ol the program was 
taken from the broadway play. "My Fair 
Lady." Members oi the faculty and student 
bod) presented musical selections from the 
broadwaj production, and background music 
was supplied by the campus dance hand, the 
Sentimenalists. 

The Miss High Point College contest is 
sponsored annually l>\ the Zenith Staff, this 

\ear under the supervision ol Braxton War- 
ner, who planned and directed the program 
with the capable assistance ol Ixubv Kagan. 
Jo Harrington, Peggy Morris. Elsie Oakley 



am 



Bonnie Everette. 




The ifn finalists were left to right: Dele 
/..-.-. Shirk) Yokley, Hetty Mullis, 
Miiitlm shelt, ,n. Jane \lartin, Bubs 
Huntley, Kathleen Henson. Wini Stuart, 
Linda Briggs, and Pat Benin. 




MISS KATHLEEN HENSON 
Miss High Point College 1957 

Representing the Senior Class, Kathy trans- 
lerred hist year to High Point from Brevard Col- 
lege. She is a native ol Pisgali Forest, North 
Carolina, and will lieuin teat-hills in the tall. 




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BARBAR \ III NTLE1 

Barbara Huntley, a senior from 
Charlotte, North Carolina. is president 

nl \l|ilia (lamina Delta. She is an 
Publish major and plans to teach. 






•IIIKin Mlkl.n 



Sophomore Shirley "^ ■ ikl<\ is a 
member ol the Phi Mu Fraternity. 
She li\es m High Point, \mlli Caro- 
lina. 



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PAT BEAM 

Pal Beam, from Cherryville. Norlh 
Carolina, i-- a junior. She i-, In Kappa 
Delhi Sorority. 







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DELE LEE 

\ freshman. Dele Lee. came I" High 
Poinl College from Laundale. Norlh 
Carolina. She is interested in leaeh- 
ing 




MISS i \ckii; IIOOY 
VLo <li ki:\ 




Jackie lloo\er. a senior from (Jreens- 
lioro. \orlli (Carolina, was eleeleil l>\ 
the Studenl Bod) as Max Queen. She 
is a S|>anish and I < • - 1 i t: i ■ > 1 1 major, anil 
is president of Phi Mu Fraternity. 



Wini Stuart 



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Vain i i ,,„, 
Harbara //„„,/,., 
Martha She/ton 



~M<*lt Court 




"■'n„„, Stallinu 






Sylvia //„// 
Shirley i „/./,-, 
Carol I,,-, 



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Vint Our City, 



City 



162 



Advertisements 



164 



Directory 



182 




Msittuai 





I In' town "f High Point has played 
an evei-increa>ing role in llir |iri^n>- 
of High Point College. I In- doors of 
our college could not have I ►* -« - 1 1 opened 
in 1924 had it mil Inch for the finan- 
cial supporl "f the citizens of High 
Point. Today, as we watch the super- 
structure "I our new gxmnasiuni liemg 
forged, we ran be re-assured that their 
financial support is continuing. 

Iliuli Point has given our college 
much more than mere financial aid. 
Part-time eniplo\m<*nl. housing lor our 
facultj and married students, recrea- 
tion in the mam public parks, the 
man) places for varied amusements, 
and inspiring places of worship arc 
lii — I a leu of the tilings made available 
to us l>\ the citj of High Point. 

The student, as he becomes more 

familiar with the merchants and citi- 
zens, realizes that this is a friendly 




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■nan 





cAdmiration — the College and the City 




ml ALLyIo? 




ritv. This pleasant atmosphere in- 
(lures him In learn inure about llie 

city. He discovers ilial llie loun got 
its name because it was the hlghesl 
spot along the survev from Cnldshoro 
to Charlotte. 

Wandering around town on a laz) 
afternoon, the student can see thai 
the town supports main industries. 
Foremost, however, are the furniture 
and hosier) industries. In the four- 
teen storied Southern Furniture Ex- 
position Building, the Tomlinson 
Exhibition Huilding. the Merchandise 
Mart, and the Manufacturers Furni- 
ture Market, the student can admire 
modern and period furniture of ex- 
quisite craftsmanship. 

No. High Point i- not so large that 

it lias become cold in its impersonal 
vastness. It remains a medium-sized 
town with a heart and adequate facili- 




ties fin all our need-. \ll our uanl- 

are supplied b\ such stores as Belks. 
Tobias. Wrights, and main others. 
For a "night-out" the mam fine 
restaurants afford a welcome change 

from our cafeteria. Modern hotel 
accommodations can be secured for 
our visiting parent- at the Sheraton or 
one of the mam modern motels. 

Probabl) the most impressive aspect 
of llijdi Point is the -pirilual alum- 
plierc thai is so prevalent. I lie main 




churches of High Point oiler all stu- 
dent;- a place ol worship, whatever the 
individual religion- preference mav 
be. 

Vlong with the thoughts of High 
I'oini College, the movies of the Cen- 
ter ["heaters, the Hot Shoppe coffee. 

Steele- llOt-dogS. »alk- along Molll- 

lieu Avenue, the bus ride-, the church 
sermons, and the Eriendl) citizens of 
1 1 1 -_■ 1 1 I'oini will remain forever in our 
memoi ies. 




Come to ST AM FY'S . . . hejore you go anywhere! 



759 North 
Main Street 




kw^S&ff^&i^ 



High Point 
N. C 



Distinctive Luggage 



Leather Goods and Gifts 



Compliments of Your 
SEALTEST DISTRIBUTOR 

PIEDMONT DAIRIES 



1825 N. Main Street 



PHONE 8958 



SNIDER PRINTING CO., INC. 
GRACE FLOWER SHOP 

Wrenn at Howell Street 



Students' Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 

BOOKS REFRESHMENTS 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 

Personal, Pension, and 
Business Insurance 

GEORGE D. DAVIS, C.L.U. 
GEORGE P. CLARK, Associate 

NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL 



Phone 6545 



High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

THE BORDEN COMPANY 

Manufacturers and Distributors 

of 

FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS 
FOR 100 YEARS 

High Point, North Carolina 



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Television Sales & Service Inc., 

RCA. DUMONT. ADMIRAL 

Service by Factory Men 

735 N. Main Street Phone 2-4191 




Compliments of 



PENROD, JURDEN & CLARK CO. 




ncdmanA 



DEPENDABLE REFRIGERATION 
SALES AND SERVICE 

Water Coolers - Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 

your (IF Dealer 
1641 N. Main St. High Point. N. C. Phone 6987 



THE SWEET SHOPPE 

113 North Main Street Phone 3745 

High Point. Nor in Carolina 

"All Your Bakery Needs" 



HAUSER & MARLEY 

SEEDS. FEEDS 

and 

ROYSTER FERTILIZER 



1 IS- 120 N. Wrenn Street 



Phone 9776 



Compliments oj 

HUFFMAN FAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 

I OS W. Washington Street Phone 7145 



FIVE POINTS LAUNDROMAT 

"We Wash, Fluff. Dry, and Fold" 
1232 Montlieu Avenue Phone 3054 



NASH JEWELRY & LOAN CO. 

"Nash Saves You Cash" 
127 N. Main St. 



Compliments of 

PIEDMONT COLOR AND 
CHEMICAL CO. 

High Point. Nor mi Carolina 




Gayle Lord of High Point ( ollege. who works ;ii Efird's, sells 
I omniv I oftis sonic socks. 



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COLUMBIA FOOD MARKET 

THE WORLD'S BEST MEATS" 

2112 S. Main Street Phone 7976 



MURROW'S TRANSFER, INC. 

MOVERS OF NEW FURNITURE 



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North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia. Tennessee 
Phone 8959 



Compliments of 

Highland Motors, Inc. 

Your 
CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 

Dealer 



Compliments of 

ZESTO ICE CREAM 

1230 N. Main Street 



THE PRINTING WORD 

MAKES EDUCATION 

POSSIBLE 



'"Better Printing Pays" 



Compliments of 



THE LILLY COMPANY 



HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



PRINTING 



m 



M COMPANY 



^Lef/er^rexr-Comfjlete/rmfm^er^ice-LiiAo^a^Au- 

H PO 
HCARC 



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MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 



FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 

PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

APPLIANCES -:- TELEVISIONS 
145 S. Wrenn Street Phone 2-4147 



HARRIS-KELLY MUSIC CO. 

FINE PIANOS - - HAMMOND ORGANS 

2432 Emilish Street Phone 3209 



Compliments of 

CUMMINS DIESEL SALES CORP. 

N. Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 



Central Ice b Coal 

W. Broad & W. Russell 
High Point, N. C. Phones 9141 - 4507 



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HAROLD C. DAMS 

"Chapel of Flowers" 
uncral Directors Ambulance Service 

Phone 504") 



WILLIAMS FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention 

112-114 East High Street 
Phone 5011 



Leaving for homo from ihe bus terminal are I illian Galbreath 
and Jcancnc Fowler. 



DICK <l I.I.KKS. INC. 

High Point's Most Diversified Store 
1233 Monilieu Avenue 



STEELE'S DINER 

Owned and Operated by Former 
High Point College Students 



Compliments of 

ROBERTS' GULF SERVICE 

Corner N. Main and Thurston Street 



Compliments of 

THE YARDSTICK 



I 14 E. Washington Street 



ENGLISH MOTOR COMPANY 

Washington at Wrenn Street 
Hkiii Poin i . Nor i it Caroi ina 

FORI) - Test Dn\e It— Value Cheek It 



Compliments of 



B. & W. UPHOLSTERY. INC. 



SWAIM SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale 

Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 
High Point - Salisbury - Rock\ Mount 



Compliments of 

LINDALE DAIRY CORPORATION 

Lexington Avenue 



HUNTER COAL & OIL CO. 

COAL : FUEL OIL 
HEATING SERVICE 

Phone 2-3366 



Compliments o\ 

DEDYION PRODUCE CO. 

FRUITS AND PRODUCE 

Phone 4960 
Hk'.h Poin i. North Carolina 



C ompliments o) 



RIVER ROM) l\\ 



id. 



Compliments 

S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 

5-10-25c STORE 


W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

110 South Perry Street 

Telephone 2360 - 2165 

Millers of FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED 


ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

Stores in 
High Point - Thomasville - Asheboro 


PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 


One Student Tells Another 


SAMUEL HYMAN 

JEWELER -:- GIFT SHOP 
High Point, North Carolina 


1 L ALBERT'S J 


144 S. Main Street 


Save 

By Placing Your 
Insurance of All Kinds 
i With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Street 


THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 
Phones: 2-5171 - 2-5172 

"Specializing in Institutional Foods" 


QUALITY SHOE STORE 

EXPERT SHOE FITTERS 
"A Fit For Every Foot" 


Compliments of 

PEGRAM-BURTON, INC. 

129 S. Main Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

1 19 North Main Street 
"Shoes For The Entire Family" 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
of HIGH POINT 

High Point, North Carolina 


Compliments of 

PIEDMONT PETROLEUM b FUEL CO. 

English St. Extension High Point, N. C. 


NEILL PONTIAC, INC. 

PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE 

902 N. Main Street 
High Point. North Carolina 



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C. DeWitt Holton Furniture Co. 

"Quality Furniture & Carpets" 

817 South Main Street 
Phone 3791 




Catching the bus al I ester's for High Point College are left to 
right: Braxton Warner, Deedie Marlowe. Martha Buffalo, and 
Gayle I emmond. 



hedcecock lumhkr company 

1213 Ward Street Phone- 2-4101 - 2-41(12 

"Where the Home Begins in High Point" 



Compliments of 

MYRTLE DESK CO. 



Manufacturers of 

OFFICE. \\l) liNSTITI TIONAL 
R RMTl RK 



Compliments of 



ALMA DESK CO. 



High Point, Norih Carolina 



Compliments of 



JONES AND PEACOCK, INC. 



Compliments of 

BELK-BECK 

High Point's Largest Leading 

Department Store 



Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 4376 

High Point. Nor in Carolina 



Compliments of 
\ FRIEND 



CAROLINA UPHOLSTERY 
COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 

H1CJH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



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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 


REDWINE HARDWARE CO. 1 

208 N. Main High Point, N. C. 

Phone 3444 

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REED SUPPLY CO. 

"EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" 
Between High Point and Thomasville 


COLLIER ELLIS & CO. 

414-16 North Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

Clothing and Accessories for Men and Women 
of Discernment 


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

High Point Steam Laundry, Inc. 

PHONE 2-3325 


W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 

READY MIXED CONCRETE 


Compliments of 

LOGAN HEATING COMPANY 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 


High Point Siler City 
Asheboro Jacksonville 



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The good will of men. women, and children who contact this organization casuall) 

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 Bui Service To Sell" 



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 



JIMMY MITCHELL, INC. 

VENEERS 

Hk.ii Point, Nor hi Carolina 



HUGHES RANKIN COMPANY 



CHURCH. SCHOOL AND 
INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE 



Office and Showroom : 1224 Montlieu Avenue 
Phone 6981 



Hk, ii Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 





I eaving for points north for the Christmas holidays are Al Tre- 
varthen of New Jersey, and Carolyn and Marilyn Tulloch of 
Pennsv Ivania. 



BRYANT ELECTRIC COMPANY 

ELECRICAL CONTRACTORS 
Since 1924 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1956 

HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE 

HIGH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

COLTRANE-GRAHAM 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

245 South Hamilton Street 

Phone 9695 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments 

CHARLES STORE CO. 



THE DOG HOUSE 



SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS' 



Compliments of 

Security National Bank 



Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 

High Point, North Carolina 



KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 



Opposite Post Office 
PHONE 3373 



J. W. SECHREST b SON, INC. 

Serving This Community Since 1897 
High Point, North Carolina 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 

214 North Main St. High Point, N. C. 

SPORTING GOODS and 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 



YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL 

IS LESS 

WHEN YOU SHOP CS 

COLONIAL STORES 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 
CAR WORKS, INC. 

Designers and Manufacturers of 
BUS BODIES 

High Point, North Carolina 



JOHN SEXTON & CO. 

The National Chain 
Wholesale Grocers 

P. O. Box 4142 

Federal Annex 

ATLANTA 2, GEORGIA 



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Compliments of 

CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 

High Poini , Nor in C'ardi in \ 



( ompliments of 

men POINT HARDWARE 



SILVER KNIT HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF FINE HOSIERY 
High Point. Nok hi Carolina 



Compliments of 

LEXINGTON GROCERY GO. 

Lixim.ion, Norih Carolina 



Compliments of 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

PICKUP AND DELIVERY 

201 Enulish 1501 Enulish 

753 N. Main 



JARRETTS STATIONERY CO. 

I stablished I l »(i2 



106 N. Wrcnn Street 



High Point. N. C 




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TIRE 
SERVICE 



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US.RQYA". 

TIRES ! 



THURSTON ST.- Just oil N.MAIN ST. 



L)UKE 

BOWER COMPANY 




1335 N. Main Phone 3060 

ENGLISH RADIO b TV SERVICE 

"We Specialize in Television and Medio Re/ni r 
R. H. Freeman High Poini. N. C. 



KEPLEVS BARBECUE 

1304 N. Main Street 
Hk, ii Point. Norih Carolina 



American Supply Company of N. C, Inc. 

EXCLUSIVE FABRICS 

For the Upholsterer and Decorator 

308 W. Broad Street Phone: 45V I 

High Point, Norih Caroi ina 




Stan Baker. John Perry. Braxton Warner. Stan Broadway, and 
I ane Greene talk with High Point College coeds over a snack 
ai Kepley's. 



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Compliments of 

PIEDMONT AUTO FINANCE CO. 

306 S. Main Street 



McGHEE UPHOLSTERY, INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF GOOD FURNITURE 

Box 329 Phones 4365 - 5921 

High Point, North Carolina 



KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 

"Crown Products and Kendall Motor Oil" 

1203 Taylor Street P. O. Box 1428 

High Point, North Carolina 



MARSH 

FURNITURE 

COMPANY 



Man ufact u rers 

KITCHEN FURNITURE 

Since 1906 



High Point. North Carolina 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Phone 4545 



TOBIAS 



Compliments of 

FRIENDS 



ESTABLISHED 1904 

ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION 

MANUFACTURER 
HOSIERY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 



Executive Offices 
400 English Street, High Point, N. C. 



New York Office 
2816 Empire State Building 



Chicago Office 
222 West Adams Street 



Pacific Coast Representative 

Sidney Muller 

552 Mission Street, San Francisco 

Plants 
High Point, Kernersville. and Trvon. N. C. 



"Don't Worry Call Murray" 



5440-4021 



TAILOR-MADE PANTS 
Tailored in our own Pants Shop 

OfJSL 




$10.95 to $17.95 



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S. E. HAUSER, INC. 

WHOLESALE GROCERIES 

517 S. Hamilton Street 

Phone 9369 


Compliments of 

WASHBURN OIL COMPANY 


FEAST-A-BAR CAFE 

[ North Main St. Ext. Phone 8-6335 
High Point, North Carolina 


For Your Insurance Needs 

See or Call 

PAUL OWEN, C.L.U. 

52 1 '/2 N. Main Street Phone 7995 


1 Country Furniture Co. 

"New and Damaged Furniture" 
Phone 2-3016 


KESTER MACHINERY CO. 

315 W. Russell Street 
High Point, North Carolina 


1 Compliments 

AUMAN MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 


Compliments of 

JIFFY MANUFACTURING CO. 

High Point, North Carolina 


KIDDIE TOT HOSIERY MILLS 
DAISY MILLS, INC. 

"Manufacturers Infant, Children, & Misses Hosiery" 


Compliments of 

W. F. MAULDIN, INC. 

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I Compliments of 

TRIANGLE HOSIERY COMPANY 

High Point, North Carolina 


ELWOOD BARBER SHOP 

Four Barbers to Serve You 
Next to El wood Hotel 


Diffendal's Floor Coverings, Inc. 

Carpet Specialists 
743 N. Main Street Telephone 3066 


HIGH POINT SAVINGS 
b TRUST COMPANY 

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


RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

'PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY" 

122 N. Main Street Phone 3333 

College Students Welcome 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



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Compliments of 

W. B. DELK 
General Contractor 

J. RALPH SECHREST, Associate 



J30'/2 N. Main Street 



Phone 3122 



Compliments of 



SYLVANIA ELECTRIC 
PRODUCTS, INC. 

High Point Cabinet Plant 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

MONITE MOTH-PROOF DRY CLEANING 
210-212 Pine Street Dial 3393 



STANLEY'S JEWELERS 

THE DIAMOND and WATCH STORE 
"Honest Values — Convenient Terms" 



Women with a Sense 
of Style Prefer 

FIRTH RUGS AND CARPETS 



EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

QUALITY MERCHANDISE 
AT LOW PRICES 



Sioar anb Castle 

West Market Street Extension 
Phone 3-2205 



Greensboro, North Carolina 



Compliments 

From 

the 

Bakers of 

TIP-TOP 
Bread & Cakes 



WRIGHT'S CLOTHING STORE 

126 North Main Street 

High Point. North Carolina 

Carolina's Leading Clothier 



HERITAGE 

DESIGN •#- CRAFTSMANSHIP 



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Pilot Protection Since 1903 

A good Company to he insured with 
A good Company to work for 

PILOT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Greensboro. 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. 



L. R. Stewart 



G. A. Stewart 



R. K. STEWART & SON 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Reinforced Concrete Our Specialty 

BUILDERS SINCE 1914 

COMMERCIAL . . . INDUSTRIAL . . . 
INSTITUTIONAL . . . AND 
RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 

TELEPHONES: 6904 - 9659 
P. O. Box 1936 

High Point, North Carolina 



Established 1931 

SHAVER OIL COMPANY 

Distributor of Esso Products 
Heating Oils for Home and Commercial Use 

Dial 5615 High Point, N. C. 



SLOOP AUTO SERVICE 

804 W. Broad 

Telephone 3944 

High Point, North Carolina 



JAMES P. WALLACE 

INSURED 

MASONRY CONTRACTOR 

ALL TYPES MASONRY WORK 

Phone 6-3222 1702 Guyer Street 

High Point. North Carolina 



PHONE 4-5882 

FORMAL WEAR SHOP 

FORMAL ATTIRE FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

RENTAL AND SALES 

207 West Sycamore St. Greensboro. N. C 



RUTER & WALTERS 

VENEERS -:- LUMBER 

P. O. Box 1471 Telephone 3910 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 



Compliments of 

CASS JEWELERS 

105 W. Market Street 
Greensboro. North Carolina 



SOUTHLAND SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. 

MILL-WORK - BUILDING MATERIALS 

71 1 Greensboro Road 
Telephones: 8937 - 8920 



Compliments of 

KARL'S RESTAURANT 

Greensboro-High Point Road 
"The Best of Bar-b-cue" 



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WBUY 



1440 AM 

94.3 FM 

LEXINGTON. 

N. C. 

One of North Carolina's Most Powerful Radio Stations 

with 5.000 Watts • Featuring the Popular D. J. Show: 

"Moonlight Saving Time" nightly with ARDELL SINK 



INGRAM VENDING SERVICE 

2424 English Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

"Complete Vending Service" 



Compliments oj 

REFRIGERATION 

SALES & SERVICE 



COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 

We Carry a Complete Line of 

ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FOR ALL SPORTS 

1 1 9 North Greene Street 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



EUREKA RESTAURANT 

154 S. Main 
"Home of Finer Foods" 



SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORD'S 

140 N. Main Street 
Nunn-Bush Shoes Custom Tailoring 



Compliments of 



DAVIDSON 



Phone 3400 



.LAUNDRY 

AND 

CLEANERS 

Thomasville. N. C. 



Compliments of 
Sheraton Hotel, High Point, N. C. 

Sheraton Motor Inn, Thomasville, N. C. 



Home Building & Loan Association 

Phone 3218 Thomasville 24 N. Main 

Charles F. Phillips. Secretary 

J. F. Garner. President 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA BARBER SHOP 



Bain Dellinger. President Bill Rice, See' y.-T teas., Mgr. 

JEWEL SHOPPE 

THOMASVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 



PAUL MOTOR COMPANY 

PHONE 410 716 E. MAIN STREET 

Thomasville, N. C. 
Your Studebaker - Packard Dealer 



PIEDMONT CLEANERS 

"Thomasville 's Leading Cleaners" 
Telephone 885 10-12 Winston Street 



Compliments of 
FIVE POINTS BARBER SHOP 

1236 Montlieu Avenue 
High Point. North Carolina 



SINK DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 3263 10 Commerce Street 

Thomasville, N. C. 



CLONIGER BUICK COMPANY 



Thomasville, North Carolina 



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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. 



Compliments of 

DIXIE HOT SHOPPE 

"Where Your Friends 

Meet jor Good Food" 

Mr. & Mrs. W. W. Ledbetter 
Owners 



CLEANERS & LAU1SDERERS 

1670 English Street 
Phone 4501 



HUNTER & COMPANY 

OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 



1502 S. Main Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 

Phone 3313 
Compliments of 

WILLIAMS SALES CO., INC. 

High Point, North Carolina 



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AMERICAN SERVICE COMPANY 

236 West Russell Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

ICE — COAL , 


Venetian Blinds - Window Shades -Tape -Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE b BLIND CO. 

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


CAROLINA-FARNSWORTH 

"Serving the Furniture Industry" 
625 Ward Street 


Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

CASARD FURNITURE 
MANUFACTURING CORP. 

Manufacturers of 
FINE FURNITURE 

High Point, North Carolina 


PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE DAY STUDENTS 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 

Miss Louise Adams. 516 North Wrenn St.. High Point.. 

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

Miss Katherine Anderson. Woman's Hall. HPC. High Point 

Mr. Ralph V. Anderson. 821 Circle Dr.. High Point 

Dr. Helen R. Bartlett, 900 Sixth St.. High Point 

Bobbv Bayne, 111 Parkway. High Point 

Dr. Alexander Berkis. 1008 Terrell Dr. High Point 

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

Miss Clarice Bowman. Ecker Apartments. High Point 
Miss Marcella Carter. 901 Montlieu Ave., High Point 
Mrs. Marjorie P. Case. 807 Circle Dr.. High Point 
Mr. H. E. Coble, 901 Montlieu Ave., High Point. 
Dr. Harold E. Conrad. 9)1 W. College Dr., High Point 
Dr. Dennis H. Cooke. 821 W. College Dr.. High Point 
Mr. Richard Cox. 308 W. Lexington. High Point .. ... 

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

Mr. Charles P. Daniels. 1310 E. Farriss. 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 D. Eby. 319 Woodbrook Crt.. High Point 

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

Miss Natalie Etheridge. 409 Woodrow St.. High Point 

Miss Ernestine Fields. 1211 Delk Dr.. High Point 

Mrs. Betty Frazier. 1604 Worth Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Frances Gaynor. 2405 E. Lexington. High Point 
Mr. Wesley Gaynor. 2405 E. Lexington. High Point 
Dr Carl F. Hankins, 808 Woodrow St.. High Point 
Mrs. Vera Hankins. 808 Woodrow St.. High Point 

Dr. Leopold M. Hays. 401 S. Main St.. High Point 

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

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

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

Mr. Wayne Hoover, 807 Sixth St.. High Point 

Miss E. Vera Idol. Emerywood Crt., Apt.. High Point 
Mrs. Virginia Johnson. 1009 Greensboro Rd . High Point 
Dr. Thomas C. Keedy, Wm. & Mary Apt. 92-E. High Point 

Mr. Jack R. Kidd. Wm. & Mary Apt. 19-A, High Point 

Mrs. Virginia Kidd. Wm. & Mary Apt. 19-A. High Point 

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

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

Mrs. Lois Livingston. 901 W. College Dr.. High Point 

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

Dr. Lincoln Lorenz. 3509 Parkwood. Greensboro 

Miss Winnie Luffman. 901 W. College Dr.. High Point 

Mr. Harry K. Martin. McCulloch Hall. HPC. High Point 
Dr. Frances Muldrow. Wm. & Mary Apt. 34-B, High Point 
Mrs. Rebecca Nelson. 1009 Greensboro Rd.. High Point 

Mr. Arthur Paschal. 602 Gordon St.. High Point 

Mrs. Edna Paschal. 602 Gordon St.. High Point 

Mrs. Ina M. Patrick. 806 Carrick Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Betty S. Perry. Woman's Hall, HPC. High Point 
Mr. Raiford M. Porter, 1202 N. Main. Apt. 7. High Point 

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

Mrs. Marv Robinson, 609 Montlieu Ave , High Point 

Dr. C E. Rozzelle. 310 W. Lexington. High Point 

Mrs. Mona Saunders. 400 Ridgecrest Dr.. High Point 

Dr. Jerome C. Smith. 2601 E Lexington. High Point 

Dr Philip Smyth, 2601 E. Lexington. High Point 

Mrs. Mary C. Spurrier. Wm. & Mary Apt. 93-E. High Point 

Mrs. Betty Jo Walker. 403 Smith St.. High Point 

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

Mrs. Alice P. White. Emerywood Crt. Apt.. High Point 

Mr. Arthur B Williams. 810 Montlieu. High Point 

Mrs. Louise Williams. 810 Montlieu. High Point 

Mr. Arthur S. Withers, 1 105 Cedrow Ave., High Point 

Miss Ruth Worthington. 607 Kimrey St.. High Point 

Mr. L. G Wright, 1701 Worth Ave , High Point. Not Pictured 

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

Mr. Virgil Yow. 101 W. Howell St.. High Point 



SENIOR MEN 

Abernethy. John Clifford. 2147 Glenwood Ave . Raleigh 

Albert. Ernest. 40 Warris Rd.. Lahore. W. Pakistan 

Albertson. Larry Dean. 209 Allied St.. High Point 

Allred. James McLean, 701 Sunset Dr.. High Point 

Allred, Joseph Rankin. Jr., 315 Boulevard. High Point 

Andrews, Donald Duke. 808 W Green St.. High Point 
Armstrong. Edward Porter, Jr.. 508 Huske St.. Fayetteville 
Baker, Walter Stanley, 1017 Montlieu Ave . High Point 
Ball. Ernest Harold. 734 Spruce St.. Mooresville.. 

Bean, Randall Owen, Rt.. 3. High Point 

Beck. Walter Jack, 1311 Forest Ave.. High Point 
Blue. Willard Clay. Carthage 

Bradv. James Clyde. Rt. 1. Box 36-A. Guilford College 
brawley, Floyd Mills. 220 Armiield St.. Statesville 
Broadway. Stanley Clay. 402 E Vernon Ave . Kinston . 

Brown. Billy Edwin. Box 252. Robbins 

Brown, Coy, High Point 

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

Burrus, William Allen. 241 E. Poplar St.. Mount Airv 

Cannon. James F.. 2403 Dallas. High Point 

Campbell. Kenneth Groce. Rt 1. Yadkinville 



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Carroll. H. M.. 1506 W. Hamilton St.. High Point 32 

Cashatt, Marvin Howard. 1208 Fairfield Rd.. High Point 32 

Clinard. Robert. Miller. Rt. 6. Mount Airy 32 

Clodfelter. Jake Lawrence. 116 S. Poplar St.. Winston-Salem.. 32 

Conrad, Elwood Mack. 209 White St.. Thomasville 32 

Corder, Bobby D.. 173 Salisbury St.. Kernersville 33 

Cranrord. Donald Phillip, 2401 Dallis St., Mooresville 33, 143 

Craven, Paul Lanto, 116 N. Island Ave., Ramsey, N. J 33 

Crump. Harold. Rt. 1. Norwood 33 

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

Davis, Harold Oetzel. 316 'i Louise St., High Point 

Davis. Harry. Clemmons 

Davis. James Alfred, 208 Westdale Ave.. Lexington .. 

Davis. Roger Franklin. Box 217. Arehdale 

Dobbins. Jackson Davis, Rt, 4. Box 333. High Point 
Dockery. Robert Olon 

3219 Konnoak Dr., S. W., Winston-Salem 

Duncan. Robert William. Box 48. Pelham 

Everett Ronald David. 3206 Guam Dr.. Tarawa Terrace.. 
Finley. Frank Alfred 

Twin Castle Apt. A-4. Winston-Salem 

Ford. Arnold Gayle. Rt. 1. Indian Trail 

Fulp. Robert Parker. 2911 Arehdale Rd.. High Point 

Gardner. Clayton Harris, Pleasant Garden 

Gardner. Brice Earl. 700 Franklin Blvd.. Greensboro 

Gardner. Otis Lavan, 2211 Oak Hill Dr.. Greensboro 

Glenn. Archie Cunningham. Jr. 

800 Lockland Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Goodson. Clay Maurice. 1833 Angele St., Winston-Salem... 

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

Gray, Billy J.. 510 Roseland Ave.. High Point 

Greene. Johnson C. Rt. 1, Mt. Gilead 

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

Hall. Ralph Edward. 1203 Adams St.. High Point 

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

Harris. Linwood Alton. 226 Montlieu Ave., High Point 36, 

Harrison. Robert Ray. Rt. 3. Box 87. Thomasville 

Hartsell. Claude Jacob 

237 Spencer Ave., Box 983. High Point 

Hawks. Warren G. H.. Rt. 5, Box 120, Mt. Airy 

Hill. Hubert Leon. Rt. 3, Thomasville 

Holcombe. Charles A.. Ill, Bassett Rd.. Rt. 1, Asheville 

Hubbard. David Edgar, Ansonville. N. Y 

Hughes. Arlyn Ray. Rt. 5, Mount Airy 

Hunsucker, Bobby Haze, Rt. 2. Box 89. Kannapolis 

Jarrett, Wilbur Arthur. Rt. 1. Asheboro 

Jeffers. Frank Arthur, Box 144, Southmont 

Johnson. Jack Burd. Stokesdale 

Johnson. James Wheeler. 503 Chestnut St., High Point 

Joyce. James Harry. Jr.. Lawsonville 

Kearns. Donald Jackson. 119 Blair St.. Troy 

Kennedy. Carl. Rt. 2. Box 156. Trinity 

Kennedy. Phillip Addison. Rt. 4, Box 400. Thomasville 

Kester. Craig Lewis. 323 Woodrow St.. High Point 

Kirby. Eugene E„ 208 Chestnut St.. High Point 

Kirkman. Robert Delbert. 1905 Keilman Dr., Greensboro 
Koontz, Clifton Nelson, Rt 2, Thomasville 

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

Lee, Leon Harvey, 115 Guthery Apts.. Charlotte 

Leonard. Carroll Long. 215 Martin St.. Lexington 

Long. Robert. Eugene. P. O. Box 1442. High Point 

Lopez. Juan Dieppa 

4 Marceline Sola St., Coguas, Puerto Rica .. 
McMahon, Tommy Gray, 509 Gatewood, High Point. 

Mann. John Lemuel. 14 Springdale Ct.. Greensboro 

Martin. Bobby Gordon, Rt. 1, Lawsonville .. 

Mellnik, Alexander, 74 Schiller St., Buffalo 6, New York... 

Moran, Clifton Omega. Rt. 1, Jamestown 

Moran. Ralph Vernon. Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Murphy Raeford Kenneth. 709 Cox Ave.. Thomasville 

Nance. Carl Hudson. Rt. 3, Thomasville . 

Nash, Paul Gray. 202 Greensboro Rd.. High Point 

Newman. James Meredith. 208-A Chestnut St., High Point 
Nigh. Carl Boyd, 618 Goldfloss St.. Winston-Salem ... 

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

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

Payne, Tom A.. Jr.. Rt. 2, Box 381. High Point 

Pegram. Robert Garland. Rt. 1, Jamestown 
Fenry. Hubert Talmadge. Box 2, Seagrove . 
Perdue Fred Austin, 17 E. Colonial Dr., Thomasvilie 

Perry. John C. P O Box 614. High Point 

pL elp <f' ES, bcr A G ? ral Ji' 1I5 Chestnut St.. Apt. 7. High Point 

Pierce John C Jr., Rt. 5. Box 48. High Point 

Powell, John Young, 374 Euclid Ave.. Statesville 
Pnllaman. Milton Reid. 500 N. Main St., High Point 

RfH y in, am - e /„ Wou ^! e ^' 28 ^ 5 Cen,ral Blvd • Hi S h Point 

Ridgill George Clyde, Rt. 1. Kernersville ..... . 

Ruth. Wayne, Box 1442, High Point 

Si y \,'! oh , n Matnies. Box 27, Rt 2, Kannapolis. ...'...'.'.'.'.'..'..'.'.'.'. 

?"'f; William Howard Acron Dr.. Winston-Salem 

th» uJ. Uh ^!H We u ey ' 603-B Richardson St.. High Point 

§0 ,! on ' S,T ady Ha ssel. Jr., Rt. 2, Madison 

Shelton Thomas William. Academy St.. Madison 

lmi?K- rSfJfw T , n .°, m < as - Jr - 3200 S ' Main St - H ig h Point 

Smith, Donald 110 Sunset Dr.. High Point.. . 

Imith! J RX S r. L Hur dl S e.j r r: 13 ° 3 W * Verly Ave - »«» Pitat 

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Smithson. Rufus. Jr.. Tyner 

Sowers, George W., Jr., 605 Concord St., Thomasville 

Stanton, Paul Edison, Box 247-A, Rt. 1. Greensboro 

Stiffler. Lloyd Elwood, 616 Ray Ave.. Hendersonville . 
Stinson, Jerry Woodford, Rt. 7. Statesville 
Strange. Lawrence O. 

2508 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Terrell. Giles Oldham. Main St.. Yanceyville 

Thomas. Cecil Ward. Jr. 

3421 Oakland Blvd. N. W.. Roanoke, Va 

Thorton. Gerald Mitchell 

1938 Hinshaw Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Tinsley, Edward Harris. 315-B Chestnut St.. High Poinl 
Waggoner, Gilbert Powers. 710 West St., Winston-Salem 

Wampler, Clayton, 105 Sunset Dr.. High Point 

Warren, Donald Ross, 1510 Valley Ridge Dr., High Point 

Weavil, Max Carlton, 1220 Guyer. High Point 

Weston, James Alvin. Rt. 3. Winston-Salem 

Whatley, Clyde Eugene. Rt. 2. Randleman 
Whichard. Charles. H., Winston Rd.. Thomasville 

White. William Rayvon. Rt. 1. Linwood 

Wiley. John Powell. 1900 English, High Point 

Wilson, Paul Neal. Jr., 3142 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 

Workman, Kenneth Paul. Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Wright, Vernon Eugene. 419 Hinkle St., Thomasville 

York. Henry Johnson, Box 1052, High Point 

Young. Charles Garland, 1004 Westbrook Dr., Charlotte 
Young. Doyne Jackson, 109 Chestnut Dr., Beaufort 



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SENIOR WOMEN 

Ashley. Gelene Hutchins, 106 S. East Ave., Kannapol:s 30. 135 

Barber. E. Christine. Rt. 4. Statesville 30. 135 

Barker. Betty Jean, Rt. 1. Randleman 30 

Barrett, Bobbie Gay. Rt. 1. Kings Mountain 31. 135 

Black, Margaret Rae. Roxboro 31, 131 

Blakley, Shirley Ann Caudill 

805',i Fifth St.. High Point 31. 137 

Bobo. Sylvia Anne. P. O. Box 437, Pacolet Mills. S. C 31 

Booe, Mary Anderson, King 31, 135 

Bridgers, Nancy Lawson 

2437 Cherokee Lane. Winston-Salem 31 

Bundy. Jane Emaltne. Rt. 2. High Point 32 

Burrus, Arlene Hobbs. 241 E. Poplar St.. Mount Airy 32, 133 

Butt. Nancy Sue. Bakersville 32. 133 

Byrd, Miriam Constance. Worthville 

Cavanaugh. Elsie Marie, RFD. 1, Jacksonville 32 

Covington. Patsy Hunter. Rt. 2. Graham 33. 135 

Cranford. Betsy Rouse. Box 375, Walstonburg 33, 131 

Craver, Shirley Louise Nifong. Rt. 2, Clemmons 33 

Dunn, Helen Rae, 515 Jackson Ave . Lexington, Va 34. 133 

Edwards, Barbara Ann. Box 175. George 34. 135 

Eller. Emma Jean, Rt. 1, Box 231, Millers Creek 34, 135 

Eudy. Jahala Eloise, 1535 W. Trade St.. Charlotte 8 34. 131 

Fairi, Elaine, 659 Central Ave.. Leaksvtlle 34 

Fishel. Florence Beatrice. Rt. 8. Lexington 34 

Fox. Sylvia Anne, 1731 Dilworth Rd. E.. Charlotte 3 35. 133 

Frazier. Betty Sue. Rt. 6. Box 238. Statesville 35, 135 

Fuller, Nell Sigmon. 809 S. Ellis St.. Salisbury 

Garland. Barbara Boles, 109 Kellum PI.. Winston-Salem 35 

Gaskins, Nancy Angeline. 1509 N. Pasteur, New Bern 33. 135 

Gauldin. Louise Farlow. Box 311. Archdale 35 

Gingrich. Priscilla H. 

Methodist Parsonage. New Castle. Va 35. 135 

Harper, Barbara Jean, 300 Carter St., High Point 36, 135 

Hauser, Patricia Louise. 100 Sunset St.. High Point 36 

Hedrick. Barbara Ann. Rt. 2. Box 360. Lexington 36 

Henson, Mary Kathleen. Box 62. Pisgah Forest 36, 153 

Hoover. Lola Jacqueline 

Rt. 9. Box 140. Lawendale Dr. Ext.. Greensboro 36. 137, 156 
Huntley. Barbara Ann 

4301 Monroe Rd., Charlotte 5 37. 131. 154 

Ingram, Nancy Jean, Rt. 3. Box 37. High Point 37 

Isley. Mary Camilla, Rt. 1, Graham 37. 135 

Jarrett, Rosa Louise, P. O. Box 589, Bassett, Va 37, 133 

Jones, Shirley Loveline 

706 Riverside Dr.. Lynchburg. Va 37. 133 

Kew, Anne Elizabeth. 406 Denny St.. High Point 

Kirkman, Jo Anne 

800 Hawthorne Rd.. S. W.. Winston-Salem 

Lassiter. Pat. 309 Sunset. Dr., High Point 

Linthicum. Delores Voncyle. 315 Shaw St.. Randleman 38 

Livengood. Pansy Mae. Rt. 3. Lexington 38 

Lord. Betty Ann. 114 Jones Circle, Thomasville 39 

Lucas, Nancy Jane. 913 Forest Ave.. High Point 39 

Lytle. Shirley Ann. Rt. 1. Old Fort 39. 133 

Melkun, Shirley May, 1009 Greensboro Rd.. High Point... 39 

Miller, Nancy. Rt. 5. Mount Airy 39 

Morgan. Norma Jean. Marshville 40 

Morris. Peggy Love. Rt. 3. Winston-Salem 40 

Morrison, Barbara Anne. 608 Hawthorne St.. High Point 40. 135 

Mosley. Shelby Jane, 122 Frazier St.. High Point 40. 131 

Mullinix. Betty Jane. Rt. 1, Box 114. Troy 40. 135 

Noe. Ann Paris. Box 342, Ann St.. Beaufort 41. 131 

Paschal. Frances Irene. Rt. 1. Summerfield 

Payne. Barbara Dean, Box 285. Rural Hall 41. 133 

Pennell. E. Gaynelle. Rt. 2. Taylorsville 41 

Pope, Lula Ann, 409 Morven Rd.. Wadesboro.. 

Pugh, Jacqueline. Rt. 1. Franklinville 42. 138 

Ragan, Ruby Mae 

178 Artillery Loop. Ft. Sam Houston. Texas 42 

Ritchie. Patricia Anne, 1005 Gordon. High Point 42. 133 

Robertson, Gladys Maye. Rt. 3. Box 148, High Point 42, 138 

Robinson, Christine Navada, Box 32. Rt. 3. Galax, Va 42 

Seward, Julia Reid. 606 Londsay St.. High Point 42. 133 

Shore, Hazel Ruth, P. O. Box 183. Yadkinville 43 

Smiley. Mary Ruth. 903 Fillmore, Lynchburg, Va 43. 131 

Smith, Donna Jacquelyn. 815 Woodland Rd.. Statesville. .43. 133 

Smith. Ellen Jane. Rt. 5. Box 92. Goldsboro 43 

Smith. Sylvia Lucille, Cherry St., Kernersville 43 



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Spell, Jo Ann. Rt. 2, Roseboro 43 

Stallings. Mariam June, Box 25. Whitner ... '"'""''""' ""'iisl 133 

Stephens. Alice Delores. Rt. 2. Elkin 44, 131 

Strange, Rhonda Karen. Smyre Station. Gastonia 44. 133 

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

Thornhill. Jane Louise, 923 E. Blvd . Charlotte 44 131 

Toler. Mary Louise. 2205 Ellington. Greensboro i" 

Trivette. Kate Marie. West Jefferson . 44 

Wall. Toby Barrier. Box 207. Independence. Va 45. 131 

Ware, Diane. 62 Hilltop Circle. Gastonia . . 45 
Whitesell. Margaret Ann 

307 Southwood Dr., Columbia. S. C. 45 

Williamson, Doris Lane. Rt. 2, Chadbourn 45 

Young, Mary Jo, Bald Creek 46 



JUNIOR MEN 

Adams. Paul Yates. 1003 Country Club Dr.. High Point 

Albright. Bobby York. 409 Montlieu Ave.. High Point 

Atwell. Paul Dean. Rt. 2. Mooresville 

Barrier. Jack Price. 8222 Ellis Ave.. Chicago 19, Illinois 

Beasley. John Brasdell. Randleman 

Beasley. John William. Randleman 

Bell. Libby Henry. 1105 Elizabeth St.. Durham 52. 

Bennett. John Kemp. 2308 Gaddv Dr.. Raleigh 

Black. Kenneth Ray. 221 Fairfield Rd.. High Point 

Black. L. E., Jr.. 1083 Johnsontown Rd.. Thomasville 

Blue, William B., Rt. 3, Carthage 

Brantley, Benjamin Albert, 604 N. Pollock St.. Selma 

Brewer, Burnie Lee, Jr., 1114 Ward St., High Point 

Brewer, William Gray 

2424 Lyndhurst Ave.. Winston-Salem 

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

Burgess. Colburn R., Franklinville 52, 

Burns. Thomas Alexander. 203 Ridgecrest Rd.. Asheboro 52, 

Campbell. Barker Jerry. Box 72. Jamestown 

Campbell. Claude Terry, 201 Edgewater St., High Point 

Cannon, Horace Samuel. 124 Stimpson Ave.. High Point.. 

Carrington. Joseph Llewellyn, 1905 Erwin Rd.. Durham 

Caudle. Ollie Mickey. Jr.. 502 N. East Ave.. Kannapolis 

Chilton. Ernest Walter, Jr.. White Plains 

Clinard. Robert Winfred, 1607 Long St.. High Point 52. 

Collins. William Leslie. 1023 Sherrod Ave.. High Point 

Collins. Rush Cecil. Jr.. Rt. 2. Box 18, Madison 

Compton, Joe Woods, Box 235, Cedar Grove 

Conrad. Allen Felix, 711 Winston Rd., High Point 

Craig, William Graham. 127 Lindsay St., High Point 

Crockett, Phil Wayne. 404 Coapman Ave.. Greensboro.. 52. 

Currie. Lawrence Stewart. Box 57. Robbins 

Dabbs, Robert Frank. 723-B Williard St.. Greensboro.. .52, 

Dorsett, Donald Raymond. Rt. 2. Thomasville 

Dunbar. Bobby Ray. 127 Pinecrest Dr , High Point 

Eanes. George Thomas. Rt. 4. Thomasville 

Edwards. Frazier McLeon. 2705 Bedford Ave.. Raleigh 

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

Everhart. Milton Gray. Cooleemee 

Everhart. Von Edward, Rt. 8, Lexington 

Faulkner. Clyde Wheeler. Jr., Box 265. Walkertown 

Flynt. Aubrey Ralph 

2411 Patterson Ave., Winston-Salem 53. 

Foster, Robert Lee. 101 Regal Dr., Lenoir 

Frye. Buford Vernon. 414 ' 2 Gatewood Ave.. High Point 

Frye, Donald Edison. Rt. 4. Mt. Airy 

Frye. James Gray. 3703 Central Ave.. Greensboro 

Fulp. Charles Johnson. 204 Cox Ave.. Thomasville 

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

Gailey. Theron Taylor 

Rt.. Box 207 High Point Rd.. Greensboro 

Gardner. William Raymond, Rt. 3, Box 468. Mt Airy 

Garnett, James Earl, Rt. 1. Jamestown 

Gatling. Robert Lee. 221 Catling St., Ahoskie 

Gibson, Joe Talmage, Pine Hall 

Gray. Harold Gilmer. 282 Tarboro St.. Rocky Mount 

Greene. Emory Lane. 505 Roekspring Rd.. High Point 53. 

Gregory, Charles Ray. 1313 Tipton St.. High Point 

Hancock, Donald Lloyd. Box 256. Archdale 

Hartley. Hoyle Travis. Jr. 

1810 W. Rotary Dr.. High Point 53, 

Hartley, Thad Kerr. Rt. 5. Lexington 53, 

Hendrix, T. R.. P. O. Box 18. Trinity 

Hine. Charles Lee. 2733 Patterson Ave . Winston-Salem 
Holbrook, Herbert Howard, 302 Louise Ave , High Point 
Huegele. William T. 

332 S. W. 22nd St., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 

Hunt. David Bryce, Rt. 2. Thomasville 54. 

Idol. Weldon A.. Rt. 1. Kernersville 

Ivey, George W . Box 174. Norwood 54. 

Johnson. William Clarence. Star 

Jackson. Wilbur Ivan. 810 W. Fourth St.. Ayden 

Jones, Llovd Dale, 905 Asheboro St., Hi«h Point 54, 

Jones. Paul Cornelius. Jr., 1108 N. Elizabeth St.. Durham 
Jordan. Lee Joe. Jr.. 219 Liberty Dr.. Thomasville 
Kiser, William Daniel. Box 57. Germanton 

Kivett. George Erwin, 925 Old Winston Rd.. High Point 

Lackey, Jesse Edwin. 413 Dayton. High Point 

Lain. James Ray. 313 Rolling Rd.. Oakview. High Point 

Lane. Albert Samuel. Pinnacle 

Leonard. Coy Briggs. Rt. 4, Box 21, Lexington 
Lewellen. Lawrence Erlin. Box 45. Rt 7. High Point 

Lewis. Johnnv Murrell. 302 Main St . Henderson 

Livingston. Luther Wakefield. Jr. 

Rt. 6. Box 459. Statesville 54. 

Llovd. Don B.. 302 Gray St.. Thomasville 

Long Colon Douglas. 201 Lake Dr.. Kernersville 

Lucas, Wm. Ronald. Rt. 5. Asheboro 54, 

Lyndon, Bobby Shaw. Rt. 2. Trinity 

McLean. Thomas C. 231 Montlieu. High Point 

McLeod, Bobbv Vernon 

H3A Emerywood Ct. Apts.. High Point _._.. ...... 

McMullan. Arch Riddick. 701 W. Farnss Ave.. High Point 



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Macon, Fred Keith, Rt. 3. Box 33!). Greensboro 
Morris, James Willis. Jr.. 40(5 Rosewood Dr.. Lexington 
Moss. Paul Elliott. Jr.. Box 24G Creslwood Pk.. High Point 
Mullican, Noble Pearce. Jr. 

1831 Academy St.. Winston-Salem 
Murrav, Donald D.. 2340 Cloister Dr . Charlotte 
Myers. David Luther, Rt 4. Box 438. Thomasville 
Myrick. Fairrell Dertil. Box 613. Aberdeen 
Nelson, Roger Lee. 158 Dobson. Kernersville 
Nevvkirk. William Preston, c/0 B. B Newkirk. Willard 
Oakley, Max David, Rt. 2. Box 142, Trimly 
Osborne. Murphy Morgan, 261 Surry Ave.. Elkin 
Owens. Ronald Lee. 317 Jefferson St . Plymouth 
Parker. Samuel Joshua. Jr.. Hurdle Mills 

Parrish. Van Maurice. Rt. 5. High Point 

Paxton. Murry Kenneth. Smyre Station. Gastonia 
Pender. Arnold Gray. 104 Oakland Ave., Kernersville 
Pennewell. William Scott. 26 North St.. Onancoch. Va. 
Peters. Fred Arnold. 906 W. Burton St.. High Point 
Peterson. Jather L.. Jr., P. O. Box 217. Vanceboro 
Pharr, Robert. Reece, 231 Maple Ave.. Statesville. 
Place. William Milton. Rt. 1, Louisburg 
Powell. Jack Arnold. 300 Player Dr., High Point 
Poyner, Walter Martin. Jr.. Moyock 
Pruitt. Dennis. 601 Fairmont St.. Greensboro 
Riddle. Gene Arden, Rt. 2. Box 495. Kannapohs 
Rierson. John Wyatt 

3055 Gilmer Ave . N.E. Winston-Salem 

Roberts, Jim Wright. Rt. 1, Stokesdale 

Rose. Mark Spurgeon. Jr.. 75 Park Blvd . Winston-Salem 

Safrit, Leon. 2010 Centennial Ave.. High Point 

Scott. Bobby Franklin, 15 D. Adkins St . Spray 

Shamel, Donald Wayne, 360 Westview Dr., Winston-Salem 

Shelton, Roger Alvin, Rt. 4. Mount Airy 

Shepherd. George Edward, 501 Pilot Ave., Fayetteville 

Shufelt, Edwin Herbert, 1208 Delk Dr.. High Point 

Shuler. Randall Thomas. 206 Leonard St.. Thomasville. 
Siceloff. Joseph B., 1932 Hinshaw Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Simpson. Billy Hayes, Box 45. Boonville 

Simpson, Carlton Eugene, 535 Centergrove Rd., Kannapolis 

Sink. James Ardell, Rt. 3, Lexington 

Sisk. Charles Wesley, Pinecrest Trailer Park. High Point 

Smith. Boyd Gerald, Rt. 1. Box 136. Lexington 

Smith, Daniel Astor. 1615 Springfield Ave.. High Point... 

Smith, .'ames Edward. Rt 2, Box 214 La Grange 

Smith, Royce Eugene. Rt. 3. Adamsville. Goldsboro . 

Snyder, Robert Clifton 

2356 Montrose Ave , N.E. Winston-Salem 

Stafford. Kenneth Stanley. Rt. 1. Kernersville 

Starnes. James Allen. 460 College St.. Mooresville 

Starnes. Theron Paul. Jr.. 312 W. A St.. Kannapolis 

Staton. John Charles. Rt. 3. Marshville 

Stewart. William Leroy. Jr.. 906 Bridges St., High Point 

Stirling. Buford Kyle, Jr. 

12 Village Court. Birmingham. Alabama 

Suggs. Bobby Clyde. Rt. 3. Box 185. Thomasville 
Sumner. James Hays. 513 Decatur St.. High Point 
Swaim. Argus Barker, 319 High Point St.. Randleman. 
Sykes. William Harold. 308 Cherry Grove St.. Durham 
Taylor. Roy Arthur 

Box 63. Four'h & Bracken St.. Augusta. Kentucky 
Thornton, Joseph Pope. 29 W. Sprague St.. Winston-Salem 
Tobin. Robert Henry. Box 1351. Lingren Motel. Shelby 

Tucker. Harry T.. Rt. 2. Box 3, Madison 

Tyson, James William. Jr. Rt. 1, Stantonsburg 57. 147 

Vestal. Billy Curtis, 515 Summit Ave.. Greensboro.. 

Vanhoy. Vernon Lasley. Rt. 6. Winston-Salem 

Waitman. Larry Bolton. Rt 5. Lexington . 57 

Walker. Thomas Estil, 501 E Lexington Ave., High Point 57 

Ward. Walter Lee. 922 S Cox St.. Asheboro 57 

Warner. Braxton Ingram 

1302 B. Eaton Place, High Point 57. 147 

Watkins, Walter Eugene. 3627 S. Main. Winston-Salem 
Watson. Harold Ray. 502 Creek Ridge Rd.. Greensbof) 
Wen, Tony Tian-Koo, Jr., 314 Woodbrook Crt., High Point 

62, 4 Djolon. Djawa. Djakaera. Indonesia 
Wicker. Raymond S.. 113 Colleton Rd . Raleigh 
Wilkes. Lawrence Frank. 139 Beasley St . Asheboro 
Wilkinson. Larry Dale. Rt. 6. Box 4i2. Charlotte 
Wilson. James Richard, Bethesda St., Aberdeen 
Wilson. Larry Lewis. Rt 6. Box 91. Greensboro 
Wray. Carl Dillard. 1010 Lambeth Rd , Thomasville 
Younger. Harold Floyd, 1212 Johnson St , High Point 



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JUNIOR WOMEN 

Ballard. Patti Jean. Rt. 3. Kernersville 

Beam. Patricia Ann. 400 E Main St.. Cherryville 

Brooks. Betty Jean, Timberlake 

Burrows. Nancy Louise. 519 Worth St.. Asheboro 

Crews. Nancy Gail. Rt 6, Winston-Salem 

Deal. Beverly Ann, 404 South St., Gastonia 

Doss. Frances Juliana, Rt. 1. Lawsonville 

Elder. June Faye. 405 Bay St.. Lvnchburg. Va 

Ellington. Martha Wilson. 608 Sunset Dr.. H gh Point 

Fowler. Anita Jeanene. 1000 N. Main. Newton 

Freshwater. Waynona Sue, Rt. 2. Mebane 

Frye. Anne Gray. 414 1 2 Gatewood Ave. High Point 

Garner. Julia Anita. Rt. 2. Box 212. Seagrove 

Garrett, Gabby W. 

4605 Virginia Ave.. Newport News. Va 
Goodman. Racheal Scott 

224 E. Clinton St.. Clayton. New Jersey 
Gunn. Avie Anne. Rt. 2. Kenbridge. Va. 
Harrington. Betty Jo. Box 277. Rowland 
Harris. Barbara. 208 Walker Ave.. Ashboro 
Harris E. Louise. Box 33. Macon 

Hedgecock. Betsy Ruth. W. Homestead Ave. Hieh Point 
Hobbs. Patsy Ann. 526 Bostian St.. Kannapolis ""»•••■■ 

Hughes. Carolyn Eagle. Rt. 2. Box 234. Lexington. 



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Jones, Nellie Mae. Crumpler. W. Va o^,,'. 

Jordan Patricia Lou. 120 Briggs Aye., High Point 
Kearns Norma Jean. 1031 W. Salisbury St Asheboro 

Kerr. Anne. High Point ■■■■■ 

Lamer. Joetta Pearl. Rt. 1. Thomasville.... ...... .... 

Llovd. Dorothy Ruth. 609 Lindsay St.. High Point .... 

Long. V rgin.a Nell, Rt. 1 Clarendon .. 54 

Lynch. Marguerite Jean. 1626 Rotary Dr.. High Point 
McCulloch. Jacqueline Nell. Rt. 3. Mocksville 

Macon Nancy Elizabeth Beeson. Rt. 1. Sophia 

Miller.' Shirley Anne. 210 Lindsay High Point. .. 
Mills. Edith Elaine. 718 S Second St.. Albemarle^ 

Mize Patricia C. 438 Flushing, Daytona Beach. Fla 

Myers. Frances Louise. Reynolda Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Oaklov. Elsie May. 105 K. jacKson St.. Mebane 

Perry] Ivev Sue. Rt. 1, Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

Phillips. Hazel S„ 505 14th St., Winston-Salem 

Pone. Mary Davis. Rt. 2, Kernersville 

Pugh Gladys Louise, Rt. 1. Franklinville 55. 

Rakeitraw, Helen Caroline. Box 123, Stoneville 55, 

Rice, Nancy Jo. Rt. 3. High Point 55. 

Ruftv. Sarah Jean. Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Rum'ley. Jo Anne. 306 Grove Park Ave.. Winslon-Salem 

Sechrest Linda Anne. Rt. 1. Jamestown 56. 

Shelton, Martha. 1003 Desoto Ave.. Kannapolis 56. 

Sherrill. Patsy Anne. 728 E Broad St.. Statesville 56. 

Singletarv, Betsy Stevens. Box 185. Clarkton 

Smith Patricia Faith, S. Westwood Rd., Ansonia. Conn 

Stafford. Sarah Elizabeth. 405 D St.. North Wilkesboro 

Teague. Henrianna, 634 W. Green St., High Point 

Wall. Sarah Jane. 207 Lindsay St.. High Point 57, 

Ward. Judith Todd. Rt. 3. Mocksville 

Wilson. Barbara Elizabeth. 404 N. Drive. High Point 57, 

Wilson. Frances Louis, 41 Rex Ave., Gastonia 

Yaple, Nancy Lee. 6 Susguehanna Ave., Shickshinny. Perm... 

SOPHOMORE MEN 

Afendis, Steven James. 24-08 Ditmars Blvd.. Astnia 5. 

Long Island City. New York. N. Y 

Alexander. Terry Renn. Jr.. 415 Tate St., High Point 

Allen. Rov Bryon, Route 2. Pinnacle 

Avers, Robert Ray. Summerfield 

Barber, Frederick Ray. Jr.. Route 4. Statesville 

Barclift. Samuel Lloyd, 1222 Westover Ter„ Greensboro 

Beauchot. Maury Franklin, Monroesville. Indiana 60, 

Benfield. Jack Monroe. 734 S. College Ave.. Newton 

Berry. Frank Eugene. Route 1, Trinity 

Bingham, Raymond Curtis, Route 3. Asheboro 

Black, Jimmy Ronald, 704 Harrison. High Point 

Bowers. Donald Ray. 213 Griclar St., High Point 

Bowles Arthur Monroe 

3296 New Greensboro Rd., Winston-Salem 

Brown. Carl Hutson. 309 Kennedy St.. High Point 

Brown, Clarence Wayne, Colfax 

Bryant, Raphael Luther, 507 Morton St., Thomasville 

Burgess. Robert Page, Jr.. Route 5. Box 233. High Point 

Busbin. Onnie Mell, Jr., 316 W. Gore. Orlando, Fla 

Byrd. Douglas Leon. Route 1. Box 308 D, Wilmington 

Campbell, Kenneth Allen 

212 A Chestnut, Cecil Apts.. High Point 

Carr. Jack G.. 833 E. Davonshire. Winston-Salem 

Carter. Henry Samuel. 2517 Woodville, Winston-Salem 

Cass. John Herman. Jr. 

1612 N. College Place Dr.. Greensboro 

Cassell. Paul McRay, Jr.. Box 257. Walnut Cove 

Cecil. Stamey Lee. Route 2. High Point 

Chapman. Ronald Eugene. Route 3. Taylorsville 

Clark. Charles R.. Spencer St.. Randleman 

Clinard. Dudley Burton. 608 Oak View Rd.. High Point 

Cook. George Paddison. 809 E. Lexington Ave.. High Point... 

Copple. Benny Otto. Jr.. 2727 Putrin St., Winston-Salem 

Cornell, Cary Stiles 

89 Pleasant St.. North Attleboro. Mass 

Cox. Walter Carson. 1217 Cassell, High Point 60. 

Crook. Cletus B.. Jr.. Box 1070. Albemarle 60. 

Culler, Oscar Leighton, Route 1. Silam 

Davenport. John Louis. Box J. Elizabethtown 

Davis, Charles David. Route 3. High Point 

Delapp. Leonard Harold, 706 Grace St.. High Point 

Delk, Adrian Briggs, Route 2. Lexington 

Denny. Isaac Lewis, 721 Bridges St., High Point 

Dyson. Ernest Charles. 112 Burkhead, Whiteville 

Edwards, John Frank. 116 Oakvvood Court. High Point . 

Elliott. Robert Louis, 1609 Delaware Ave.. Durham 

Faust, Charles Leo, 1912 Butler St.. Winston-Salem 

Felker, James Wiley, RFD 3. Kernersville 

Fleming. Leroy Duke. 33 Franklin St., Rocky Mount 

Formyduval. Willard Randolph. Nakina 

Foster. Richard Harrison, 703 Cox Ave.. Thomasville 

Garner. Clyde Allan. 807 Rose St.. High Point 

Gansman. John Francis, 1402 Forrest Ave.. High Point- 
George. Donald Franklin 

202 Clayton St.. Winston-Salem 

Gordon. David Morris. 610 English St.. High Point 

Greene. William Ray. 305 Steele. High Point 

Groome. Billy Arnold. RFD 1. Thomasville 

Gwynn. Granville Gibbs. 220 Hylton St., Mount Airy 

Hall. Elmer Odell, RFD 2. Elon College 

Hallnian, Harvey Richard 

2319 Edgewood Ave.. High Point 

Hamilton. Warren Edward 

15 Magnolia St., Newington, Conn 

Hanner. John Edward. 420 High Point St.. Randleman 
Hams, Robert Gentry. Jr., 505 East Second St., Avden 
Hazzard. Franklin Devon, 2333 English St., High Point.. 
Hedden. Edward Lee 

609 Polk St., Meth. Orphanage. Raleigh 

Hilton, Donald Lee, 104 Council St.. Thomasville 

Hyatt. Harwood Braswell. Route 2, High Point 



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Ingram, Irvin S.. Jr., 222 Willowbrook, High Point. .. 

Jenkins, Bennie Ray, 1519 By rum St.. High Point 

Jobe, Frederick Donald. Route 2, Mebane 

Johnson, Charles Richard. 301 E. Main St.. Thomasville.. 

Jolly. Lee Ray, Stony Point 

Jones. Kelley Ray. Route 2. Jamestown Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Jones, Wesley Charles, Box 312, Bolton 

Joyce. Kirby Lee. Sandy Ridge 

Joyner, Elmer Lee. 207 Kelly St.. High Point 

Kay, Jerry Ray, 303 Park St., High Point 

Kirkman. Grover Cleveland, Jr. 

Rt. 1, Box 371. Greensboro 

Leatherwood. William Edward 

Route 3. Box 200, Waynesville 

Levina, Donald Kerr, 923 George St., High Point 

Lewis, Jackie Lee. 306 Steele St.. High Point 

Linthicum. William E.. 320 Boulevard, High Point 

Lloyd, Glenn David, Route 8, Sanford 

Loflin, Max Gordon, 200 Eugene St., High Point 

Loftis. Thomas Edgar. 301 E Graham St.. Mebane 
Loggins. Sidney Alexander. Route 1. Summerfield 

Lowe, David Allen. 211 Greenoak Dr.. High Point 

Luper. James Frank. Route 1, Winston-Salem 

McGee, Donald Harding, Route 2. Box 128, Kernersville 62 

McGee. William Claude, Jr.. Tobaccoville 62. 145 

McNeill. Robert Ray. Rt. 1. Seagrove 

Mabe. William F.. Dobson Mill Rd., Pilot Mountain 

Mackintosh, Elwin Lee, 3008 W St.. S.E.. Washington 

Madison, John Talton. 1105 Thissell St.. High Point 

Martin. Davis Lee. Ill Maple St., Thomasville 

Micheal. Bobby Ray, Route 4. Box 332. Thomasville 

Misenheimer. Joe Alexander. 2107 E. Green St.. High Point 
Montes. Pedro Mayor 

Ave. 35 5230 esq a 54, Marianno, Habana, Cuba... 

Montgomery. Wade Hampton. Jr. 

920 Tucker St., Burlington 

Moore. William David. 423 B Ennis St.. High Point 

Moss. Aaron Ward, 18 Bessemer Rd.. Gastonia 

Nifong, Gordon Dale, 1834 Brantley St.. Winston-Salem 
Parish. George William, Jr.. 1514 Elwood Ave.. Greensboro . 

Parker, James William. 840 Trollinger Rd.. Asheboro 

Parrish, James Justice, 189 Bodenhammer St., Kernersville 

Pendry, Luther Mahlon. Rt. 2. Box 166. High Point 

Phillips, John Bennett. P. O. Box 325. Boonville 

Price. Elmer Willard. 807 Quaker Lane. High Point 

Proctor. Raymond Milton, 2013 Wilson St., Durham 

Rainey. Phillip Harris. 142 Oak St., Kannapolis 

Rapp, Henrv Gaston, 12 Park Ave.. Thomasville 

Richardson." Kent Ray. 415 Patrick St.. Leaksville 

Richardson. Harold Delano. 1801 Johnson St.. High Point 

Roberson. John L.. 1114 Gregory St., Greensboro 

Roberts. John Kirk. 314 Boulevard. High Point 

Robertson. J. Wayne, 1009 Greensboro Rd.. High Point 

Rogers. William Ray. Box 3. Taylorsville 

Rose, James D. Lewis. 75 Park Blvd.. Winston-Salem 

Schram. Charles Ian. 938 Crestwood Dr., High Point 

Sellers, Donald Manley, Route 2, Box 277. Leland 



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Sillmon, David Wilde. Route 1, Greensboro 

Smith. Edward Baxter. 291 W. Mountain St., Kernersville.. 
Smith. Robert Eugene. 1028 Meadowbrook St., High Point 
Speight, Clegg Duboise. Children's Home, Winston-Salem 
Speight. Robert Dale 

123'.2 Popular St.. Children's Home. Winston-Salem 63, 144 

Spencer, Ted Lee. Route 1. Lawsonville 63 

Squires. Douglas Ray. Route 1, Kelly 63 

Steele, Gordon Lee, 605 Willowbrook St.. High Point 

Stevens, Willis R., Jr., Box 208, Rockingham 63 

Strader. Hassell Gray. Walkertown 63 

Stroupe, David Brendel, 817 Center Ave.. Portsmouth. Va 63 

Stutts. Clyde Curtis, 908 Mont lieu Ave.. High Point 

Surratt. Harold Allen. Jr., 912 Charlotte, High Point 63 

Swiggett, Larry Paul. Route 5. High Point 63 

Tate. James Vernon, 209 Waco Rd.. Kings Mountain 63 

Taylor, Francis Stuart. Ill 

4819 68th Ave., Woodlawn, Maryland 63 

Taylor. Robert Brown. 1504 Miami Blvd.. Durham 

Trevarthen. Albert Russell 

Sherman Ave.. Vineland. New Jersey 



Von Cannon. Fred Lewis. 2509 Camden Rd.. Greensboro 
Wampler. Norman Walter. 1200 N. Main. High Point 

Warren, Billy Charles, 1341 N Main, High Point 

Watson. Charles Lee. 121 W. Columbus St., Whiteville 

Weaver. Bobby Lloyd, Route 4, High Point 

White, Hugh Samuel, Box 108. Carolina Beach 

White, James Dale. 110 Hilton Ave . Durham 

Whitlock. Dwight Edward. Jr. 

825 W. 6th St.. Winston-Salem 

Wienberry. Bobby Lee. 504 Sunset Dr.. High Point 

Williams. Charles Ashburn. Route 5. Lexington 

Williams. Clarence Ray. Box 392, Star 

Williams, Kenneth Wayne, Virginia Ave . Spray 

Williams, Larry Eugene, Route 1, Box 347, Durham 
Williams. Robert Edwin, 615 Wesley Place. High Point. 

Willson. James Cary. RFD 1, Box 5. Keysville, Va 

Workman. Donald Clifton 

1008 Johnson Town Rd.. Thomasville 

Zambrana, Benjamin Franklin 

Granaros 444. LaPaz, Bolivia, South America 

SOPHOMORE WOMEN 

Adkins, Margaret Ann, 800 E. Kinston Ave.. Charlotte 

Ayers. Barbara Ann. Rt. 1. Stuart. Va 

Beeson. Lola Sue. Rt. 1. Sophia 

Boone. Ruth Helen. Rt. 3. Box 559. Waynesville 

Briggs. Linda Lou, Rt. 6. Lexington 

Buffaloe, Martha Jane. Marston 

Cates, Helen Carlene, 316 Phillip St.. High Point 



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rM?hrYiT 8 c1 la K a £ Sda ! e '.? 03 „ W Farr| ss Ave.. High Point 
Cuthrell. Sarah Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Box 52. Aurori 

Davidson. Monne Rose. 310 Spring St. Thomasville 

r^hr^iw ? r ,^ a L ™ n ?' Caro » na A P«s- Thomasville. ... 
(..albreath, Lillian Marie 

98 Sea View Ave.. Scituate. Mass 

Uareia. Lucila Teresa 

Avenida 47. 5429. Marianao. Habana, Cuba 
Greene, Edrie Chunn. Rt. 3. Mocksville 

Hm te £ , Patr £ ia Cai U 1310'-- N- Main St., High Point 

Hill, Sylvia Evans. Rt. 4, Winston-Salem .. 

Hinesley Betty Trogdon. 447 Silver Ave., Asheboro. 

Hodges. Wilhe Lieu. New Church. Virginia 

H ,, gm .' , Marv Ann. Box 135, Jamestown.. 

Molt. Sylvia Grey. Box 384. Troy 

Hoyle, Selena Clark. 300 S. Mulberry. Cherry vui«-"! 

Hurst, Mary Elizabeth. 2211 Edgewood Ave., High Point 

Ingram. Sharon trancine 

Box 2. 105 Sunrise Ave., Mount Gilead 
Jarret.t, Betty Rose, 209 Kern St., Thomasville 
Koontz, Ila Carolyn. 524 Gatewood Ave.. High Point 
Kurfees, Elizabeth Ann, 874 N Main St., Mocksville 
Lemmond, Jane Gayle, Box 241, Matthews 
Leonard. Ramona Lee. 408 W. 4th Ave., Lexington 

M n A , '.'. e - ? he ,'. bv Jean ' Rt ' 3 ' Box 195 - Kernersville 
McCulloch. Martha Beth. Rt 2, Lexington 
McKinnon. Palsy Wood. Box 45, Cumberland 

McNeill. Loberta Louise. Seagrove 

Marlowe. Irma Deedie. Rt. 1. Clarkton 

Martin. Jane Carolyn. Rt. 2. Denton 

Martin. Peggy Myers Loretta. Rt 1. Thomasville ".. . 

Meacham. Betty Lee. Rt. 4. Rockingham 

Moore. Patsy Lee. RFD 1, King 

Morgan. Billie Fay. 435 Friddle St., High Point 
Mullis. Betty Marshall. Box 75. Advance 

Murphy. Sarah Lutritia. Rt. 4. Thomasville 

Nelson. Shelby Jean. Rt. 1. Madison 

Owen. Sara Ann. Box 224. Elizabethtown 

Paisley, Billie Jo. 802 Uwarne St.. Asheboro 

Payne. Betsy Lee. Chestnut St. Ext.. High Point 
Payne. Betty Jane. Chestnut St., Ext., High Point 

Payne. Nina Joyce, Rt 4. Thomasville 

Peterson. Elizabeth Anne 

1105 Raleigh St., Elizabeth City 

Poole. Patsy Kirk. 406 Player Dr.. High Point. 

Price, Frances Magedeline, 1014 Adams St.. High Point 

Rich. Peggy Ella. 1508 Moody St., Asheboro 

Robbins. Ronda Lee. 957 S Salisbury St., Lexington 

Samuels. Leah Rae. 711 E. Commerce St.. High Point 

Scruggs, Irma Jane 

4229 Marquette Ave.. Jacksonville. Fla 

Shook, Peggy E., 1812 W. Rotary Dr.. High Point 

Smith. Emma Rhue, Rt. 1. Box 241. Guilford 

Solomon. Janice Kay. 103 W. 13th St.. Kannapolis 

Stafford. Barbara Shirleen. 113 Paddison St.. Kernersville 

Tilley. Sara Frances. Lawsonville 

Warren. Louise. 314 Woodbrook Ct.. High Point 63. 131 

Wilson, Doris Browning, Stokesdale 63 

Wilson. Judith Ann. 1700 Lakewood Ave.. Durham 63 

Yokley. Shirley Ann. 619 Arch St.. High Point.. .63, 137. 154 
York. Shelby Jean, Rt. 5. High Point 63 



FRESHMAN MEN 

Armstrong. John Lewis. 217 N. Elm Dr., Winston-Salem 

Ayers. Henry Gale. Rt. 1. Stuart. Va 66 

Badgett. Bobby Armfield. Rt. 1, Mount Airy 66 

Barnes, James Carlton. Rt. 1. Linwood 66 

Barnes. Ronny Jerry. 216 Jay Ave.. High Point 

Beaird. Robert Henry. P. O Box 205. Tabor City 66 

Bean. David Alden. 607 Highland Ave.. High Point 66 

Beeson, Gilbert. Ward. Jr.. Rt 1. Pembroke 66 

Beusse. Leon Richard. Rt. 3. Thomasville 66 

Boose. George Nathaniel. Rt. 8. Winston-Salem 66 

Boroughs. Otis Clairel. Jackson Springs 66 

Bowers. Darrell Grey, 722 Prospect St.. High Point 

Brady. William Crawson. 332 Ennis St.. High Point 144 

Brewer. Ernest Vogler 

Box 203. 2424 Lyndhurst Ave.. Winston-Salem 66 

Burger. James Winston. 633 Wesley Place. High Point 66, 144 

Bvrum, Jerry Holt. 1015 Fairfield Rd.. High Point 

Calloway. Allen Gray. 2117 S. Main St.. Winston-Salem 66 
Canada. Larry Franklin. 351 Junia Ave.. Winston-Salem... 

Chafin. Willard Albea, Jr., Rt. 2. Trinity 66 

Clark. James Mack. 833 E. Sprague St.. Winston-Salem 66 

Clark. William Charles. 281 Winston Rd.. Lexington 66 

Clav. Frank Raynard. 2408 Dallas, High Point 66 

Clements. Eugene Corbett. Rt 1. Sturts Draft. Va 66. 144 

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

Cook. Earl Albert. Rt. 1. Midland 66 

Cregger. Randy Oland. Austinville, Va 66 

Damon. William Edward 

121 Shadvcrest Dr.. Hartford 8, Conn 66 

Davis. Herbert Charles. Box 592. Church St.. Warrenton 66 

Davis. John Earl. Jr.. 3809 Park Road. Charlotte 66 

Davis, Larry Donald. 1028 E. College Dr.. High Point 

Dean. Paul Jerome. 121 Beasey St.. Asheboro 66 

Dodson. Keith Douglas. Rt. 1. Madison 66 

Elkins. George Trade. 287 Winston Rd., Lexington 

Fletcher. Glen Gray. 307 Otteray Dr. High Point 67 

Fletcher. Harold Gale. 307 Otteray Dr.. High Point 67 

Fulk, Joseph Marion, RFD 2. Pinnacle 

Fussell, Daniel J.. Ridge St.. Rose Hill 67. 144 

Gilley. Samuel Albert. Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain 67 

Ginns. Homes Lloyd. 577 Hanover St.. Fall River. Mass 67 

Goodman. William Quinn 

224 E. Clinton St.. Clayton. New Jersey 67 

Gray. Earl Leaven, Rt. 1. Box 497. Kannapolis 67 

Green, Delmer Thomas, Rt. 2, Lexington 



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Handy. Frederick C. 3113 Georgian Terrace. Raleigh 

Hanner. Thomas Isaac. Rt 4. Ashevillo 

Harrison. Theodore Franklin. 22 E. Sunrise, rhomasville 

Hauser, Ronald Billy. 107 Barker Ave. High Point 

Hiatt, Charles James. Jr.. 214 Liberty Rd.. High Point 

Hill. Jack Milton, Rt 1. Box 34. Sophia 

Hill. Joseph Edward. 104 Motsineer St.. High Point 

Hilliard. Daniel Alexander, 122 Frazier St.. High Point 

Hodgin. James Alson. Rt 8, Greensboro 

Honeycutt, William Howard. !>8 Rockwell Rd., Concord 

Howard, Joe, Rt. 2. New Port 

Hubcr, Richard Thomas, 200 E. Newl.vn. Greensboro 

Huff. Charles Louis. Jr., Rt 1. High Point 

Huggins, Dock. 127 Scott Ave., High Point 

Hutchins. Terry Richard. P. O. Box 110. King 

Jellers. Donald Ray. 1110 Winslow, High Point 

Jessup, Robert Henry, Rl. 1, Clarkton 

Johnson. Charles Ross. 31!) Louise Ave. High Point 

Johnson. Clarence Ray. 500 Tremont St.. Thomasville 

Jones. Arnold Lee. Rt. I. Jamestown 

Jordan. Frank Hendricks. P. O. Box 230. Nashville 

Kelly. Thurman Lee. 410 Manly St.. High Point 

Kennedy. Millord Loy, 505 Enterprise St.. High Point 

Kerr. Thomas James, 400 Denny St . High Point 

Kimbro, Franklin Roosevelt, Rt 2, Box 107, Cedar Grove 

Lawrence, James Howard. Jr.. 78 Tank St.. High Point 

Lawson. Arnold Thomas. 1307 Highland Ave.. High Point 

Lawson. Bobby Frank, 1400 Spring Garden. Greensboro 

Lewis. William Elby. Jr. 

4234 Reidsville Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Lohr. William Thomas. Rt. 5. Box 252. High Point 

Lucas. Rov Lee. 91-E. Wm. & Mary Apts.. High Point 
McKechnie. William Orill, P. O. Box 216. Matthews 

McKenzie, Daryl William. 34 Scott. Oxlord, New York 

McKinney. Perry Luke, 111 Beauford Dr., Havelock 

Mann, Charles Thomas, 413 E. Geer St.. Durham 
Martin, Ronald Flovd, Rt. 4. Box 381. High Point 
Melvin. John Wilton. 1607 Spring Garden. Greensboro 
Mitchell. Edward Lee. Jr., 348 Tranquil Ave.. Charlotte 

Moore. William J, 1035 Cliff Rd.. Asheboro 

Morgan. Donald M , 1111 Fairfield Rd.. High Point 

Morns, William Lanier. 820 Fugate Ave . Charlotte 
Morrison, Donald Myron. 130 E. Walker Ave . Asheboro 

Muse, Paul Robert. Jr., 1101 Poplar St., Aberdeen 

Myers. Belton Covington. Box 106. Hoffman 

Myers, Thomas Andrew. 17 Gray St.. Thomasville 

Nelson. Robert Lee. 300 Lindsey, High Point 

Nesbitt, Donald Lee. 601 N Main St.. Kannapolis 

Owens, Bobby Carlton. Rt. 5. Box 179, Lexington 
Payne. Dewey Louis, 1805 N Main St, High Point 

Poindexter, Gordon Scott. Rt. 2. East Bend 

Pope. Harvey Morgan. Rt. 2. Box 262, Rose Hill 

Potts, Cletus A.. Rt. 3. Mocksville 

Rawley. Joseph Pearson. 1002 Johnson St.. High Point 
Redding. Hugh Shernll. 3678 Cornell Blvd.. Winston-Salem 

Reeves. Jimmv Michael. Rt 2. Mount Airy 

Rhodes. Robert Lee. Rt. 1. Madison 

Richardson, William Percy. Jr.. Rt. 1. Stokesdale 

Riddle. Charles Cobb. 516 N. Bloodworth. Raleigh 

Riley, Larry Scott. Box 445, Carthage 

Roberson, James V.. Box 15. Lilesville 

Roberts. Jerry Travis, 33 l L . Park Square. Granite Falls 

Rogers, Robert Bruce 

613 W. Braddock Rd„ Alexandria. Va 

Rouse. Benjamin Charles. 414 N. Pollock St., Kinston 

Routh. Daniel Wesley. Rt. 2. East Bend 

Saunders. Austin Oliver, P O. Box 307. Archdale 

Sewell. Danny Joe. Rt. 3. Kokomo. Indiana 

Shelton. Claris O.. Star Route. Walnut Cove 

Sheppard. Larry Yale. 505 Gatewood Ave.. High Point 

Shoaf, Norman Mack. Rt. 5. Winston-Salem 
Shronce, Lester Norman, Box 4881. Granite Falls 
Simpson. cVeldon Erwin. 701 Johnson Ave . Thomasville 

Sisk. John Miller. 203 S Second Ave., Mavodan 

Smith. Robert Lee. 337 W Lee St.. Greensboro 

Stafford. Ray Lamar, 1823 Hillside Dr. Charlotte 
Stanton. David Allen. 109 Brantley Circle. High Point 
Starrett, Colon E.. 1024 Johnsontown Rd.. Thomasville 

Talbert. James Henry. 221 Ranch Dr.. High Point 

Tew. Lelmon Kenneth. 320 S. Bennet St.. Southern Pines 

Thompson. William Sutton, Yanceyville 
Turner. Thomas Hart. 2264 Circle Dr., Raleigh 
Venable. Bobbie Ray. 600 E. State St.. High Point 
Venable, Edward Victor. 706 Wise St . High Point 69 

Vestal. K. M. Jonesville 

Viele. Warren George. 259 House St.. Glastonbury, Conn . 
Wachs, William Ronald. Box 683, Pittsboro.. 
Wall. Leon Fisher. 224 New Road. High Point 
Watts. Roscoe Charles, Rt. 2. Granite Falls 
Westbrook, Frank Poe. 106 W Rov St.. Richlands 
Whedbee. Bobby Ray. 1013 Terrell Dr., High Point 
Wheeling. Ray H. 

2626 N. Claremont Ave.. Winston-Salem.. . 
Whichard. Terry Joe. Winston Rd.. Thomasville 
Whitaker, Earl Arvin. Rt 2, Eox I, Leicester 
Whitaker. Robert Layell. 207 Moore Ave. High Point 
Williams. Henry Clyde. Jr.. 706 Chandler Si.. High Point 
Woodlief. Charles Douglas. Rt. 1. Randleman 
Wright. Harold Edward. Jr.. Rt 3. Lawndale 
Yow, Billy Joe. 715 Montlieu Ave., High Point 



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FRESHMAN WOMEN 

Arey. Martha Carol, Box 117. Aberdeen 

Avery. Jean Frances, Alberla. Virginia 

Baughn. Betty Rebecca. 201 Seventh Ave. Mavodan 

Beasley, Carolyn Anne. N. Main St.. Randleman 



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Bingham. Diane Elizabeth. P. O. Box 177, Clemmons 66 

Blackwell. Claudette. 2125 Edgewood Ave.. High Point 

Blanchard. Kathryn Anne. Rt. 1. Warsaw ~ 

Brown. Marcia Maryette, Box 802. Pittsboro 

Bulla, Martha Ann. Box 105 A. RFD 2, Asheboro 66, 

Cannov. Virginia Onita, Rt. 7, Winston-Salem 66 

Chastain. Linda Lee. 201 W. Ballard St., Cherryville 

Claw Helen Hendley 

Caixa Postal 2009, Sao Paulo, Brazil , 

Coates, Jame Wrenn, 111 St. Mary's St.. Garner 

Davis. Eleanor Roberta. RFD 2. Box 335. Wilmington . 

Davis. Peggy Jean. Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Dawson. Regina Ann. 502 Hill St., High Point 

Denton. Sylvia Jane. Salisbury Dr., Mooresville 

Dorinan. Betty Gray, Pembroke 

Dorsett, Mrs. Eva Stilwell. 401 Welborn, Thomasville 

Duncan. Edna Rose. Rt. 1, Pembroke 

Early, Mrs Betty Brinkley 

700 W Lexington Ave.. High Point 

Fish, Judith Ann. 2526 Rosselle St.. Jacksonville. Fla. 

Fussell. Sena Carolyn. Box 171. Rose Hill 

Goldston, Patience June, 397 N. Church St 

Greene. Betsy Sue. 130 Spruce St., Badin . 

Guyer. Carol vn Anne, 307 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Hail. Carolyn Pryde 

100 W. Cameron Rd.. Falls Church, Va 

Haney, Jonnye Sue, Dobson 

Hardin. Elizabeth. 1915 Avondale Ave., Charlotte 

Hartsell. Mrs. Carolyn Doby, 237 Spencer Ave., High Point 

Hauser. Wanda Ann. Rt 3. Yadkinville 

Hazemey. Selma, 1021 Meadowbrook St.. High Point. 
Highsmith. Ann Lynn, 2712 Patria St., Winston-Salem 
Hoover. Madge Elaine. 115 E. Oakdale St., Mount Airy- 
Jackson. Sara Catherine, Laurel Hill 

Kennedy, Joyce Carolyn. Rt. 4. Box 96. Thomasville 

Lee. Mabel Adele. Rt. 1. Lawndale 

Lewis, Frances Ann. Pembroke 

Littleton. Donna Leah, 65 Falls Rd., Badin 

Lomax. Lynda Kay, Box 8. Star 

Lowder. Bertha Carolyn, Rt 1, Norwood 

McDade. Alice Jean. 504 Player Dr., High Point 

Macon. Ruth Ann. P. O. Box 245. Seagrove 67, 

Madison, Barbara Elizabeth. 1215 16th St.. Greensboro 

Marion. Frances Elizabeth, Rt 1. Millers Creek 

Miller. Carolyn May 

1029 Montgomery St.. Winston-Salem 68, 

Minter, Phyllis Carole. 323 W. Center Ave., Mooresville ...68. 

Mueller. Renate Hedwig, 1009 Grant St., High Point 

Nicks, Sylvia Stella, 601 Gordon St.. Roxboro 

Olmsted, Patricia. 1025 S. Oakcrest Rd.. Arlington. Va 

Peterson. Elizabeth Ray. Rt. 5. Box 338. Morganton 

Phillips. Shirley Ann. 1702 Guyer St., High Point 

Pickett. Billie N.. Box 27. Welcome 

Pollok. Lelia Coleman, Rt 1. Box 26, Danville. Va 

Porterfield. Barbara Jean. 220 South E. Ave., Kannapolis 

Purvis. Barbara Carol, Archdale 

Rackley, Shelby Jean. 1410 Cooke St.. High Point 

Radclilfe. Glenda Mae, 312 N. 15th St. Wilmington 

Ray. Patsy Angel, 1402 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 

Ridenhour. Dorothy Spears. Rt. 3, Concord 68, 

Rogers. Anna Marie. Clarkton 

Russell. Elizabeth Ann. Chestnut St. Ext.. High Point 

Schrum. Barbara Ann. Rt. 5. Lincolnton 68, 

Seawell. Mary Anita. 805 Uwharrie St.. Asheboro 68. 

Sheflield. Bobbie Lee, 1201 Fairfield Rd.. High Point 

Shook. Sonja Ann, Box 144, Jamestown 

Shuford. Barbara Kay, Box 534. Lawndale 

Sills. Johnnie Gave, Rt. 1, Winston-Salem 

Sisk, Mrs. Peggy Jeanette. P. O. Box 144. Southmost 

Small. Jeanette Munn, Rt. 1, Ardmore. Maryland 68, 

Smith. Dawn Veranne. Rt. 1, Grifton 

Smith. Harriet Elaine, Hope Mills 

Smith, Mildred Jacquelvn 

405 N. Green St., Morganton 68. 132 

Steele. Grace Carol. 1060 S. Hawthorne. Winston-Salem 68 

Stuart. Winifred Grayce 

Box 157. Matcwan. West Virginia 63, 136 

Stultz. Betty Chrystella 

3642 Sunrise Ave.. Roanoke. Va 68, 

Swetland, Alice Rae. 1604 Sunset Blvd.. Hendersonville . . 

Talley, Doris Maxine. Rt. 4. Concord 69, 

Ticc. Bonnie Ruth. Rt. 1. Marshville 

Traywick. Kathy Irene. Rt 3, Marshville 

Truelove. Harriett Kave. Rt 3. Winston-Salem 

Tulloch. Carolyn Mae. 113 W. Spruce St.. Titusville. Penn. . 

Tulloch. Marilyn Kay. 113 W. Spruce St.. Titusville. Penn 

Westmoreland, Patly Ramona. Rt. 4, Thomasville 

White. Barbara Jean. 302 Bon Air Ave.. Durham 69, 

Williams, Lynn Owen. 109 E. Tennessee Ave.. Wilmington... 

Williams. Shelby Robbins. Rt. 2. East Bend 69, 

Young. Mary Joyce, Rt. 1, Kernersville 69. 



UNCLASSIFIED MEN 

Beck. Walter Clyde. 710 Park St.. High Point 

Hill. Max Howard. 1122 Adams St., High Point 

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

Walker, Willis Brown, 129 Tabernacle. Randleman.... 
White, William O., 1000 Montlieu Ave., High Point... 



UNCLASSIFIED WOMEN 

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farewell to J4.P.C.—1957 '. . . 



And yet, we can never completely say good-bye 
to it all. Our happiness here will become sweeter 
as the years sharpen recollections of treasured 
experiences. Our sadness here will be remembered 
tenderly and with a smile. Memory will make our 
high points seem as only yesterday. The classroom 
lecture, the campus walk, the midnight bull ses- 
sion, the fraternity dance will vividly come alive 
as time preserves and makes more dear each pleas- 
ure. Our hearts will always swell with pride as 

"Our mind's eye sees the campus green, 
Our mind's ear hears a sound serene. . . ." 

We hope that The Zenith will help you to keep 
alive this year, and that we will never say farewell 
to cherished memories of High Point College — 
1957. 



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