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Full text of "The Zenith Yearbook 1958, High Point College"

WNENN MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

HIGH POINT COLLEQ« 

HIGH POINT. N.C. 



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The Staff 



JEAN RUFTY Editor-in-Chief 

SUE JACKSON Associate Editor 

HOWARD HOLBROOK Business Manager 

CHARLES JOHNSON. .Associate Business Manager 
RAIFORD PORTER Faculty Advisor 



Table of Contents 



Administration 19 

Seniors 29 

Juniors 59 

Sophomores 71 

Freshmen 79 

Religious Activities 87 

Laurels and Leadership 99 

Fine Arts 117 

Athletics 163 

Features 185 

Advertisements 197 



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He spoke to us 

and he fired us with his enthusiasm for learning; he held 
us with the drama of his lectures; he democratized us 
with his equal love of all mankind. His infectious friendli- 
ness and concern for his students made us love him. 

He spoke to God 

and he lifted us to kneel at the very throne of the Almighty. 

His class periods 

compounded, like all class periods, of 
lectures, 

quizzes, 

assignments, 

recitation, 

exams, 
were at the same time lessons in 
tolerance, 

courage, 

stability, 

purity, 

faith in God. 

We found in him exemplification of his own definition of 
living religion- 
inside with the pure heart- 
outside with the helping hand. 

To him. Dr. C. E. Rozzelle, with gratitude and affection we 
dedicate our 1958 Zenith. 



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To Miss E. Vera Idol, Dr. George Ho- 
bart, and Mrs. Alice White, we offer this 
tribute in commemoration of their years 
of service to the college, their sympathetic 
interest in its students, and dedicated 
loyalty to the ideals and purposes of then- 
profession. 



MISS E. VERA IDOL 










DR. GEORGE HOBART 



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Our President 

DR. DENNIS H. COOKE 

Since Dr. Cooke came to High Point in 1949, the college has experienced phe- 
nomenal growth and development. Increasing enrollment, higher academic 
standards, the creation of new departments, new academic offerings, and new 
buildings and facilities are a partial witness to the progress the college has made 
under his leadership. He has brought to his task at High Point College not only 
his wide experience as an educator, administrator, and author, but also his interest, 
his constant endeavors for its welfare, and his friendly concern for its students. 



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DEAN CONRAD 

The general supervision of college activi- 
ties is the responsibility of Dean Conrad, 
whose duties include teaching, working with 
the faculty in planning the academic pro- 
gram, supervising the academic work of the 
students, conferring with them about grades, 
credit, and courses, and acting as director 
of the Summer School. The weight of these 
responsibilities does not deter him from of- 
fering to the students his guidance, friend- 
ship, and sympathetic help with their 
academic problems. 



Our Deans 



DEAN ALLRED 

Dean Allred works directly 
with the students, counseling 
them on their personal problems, 
adjusting student-faculty rela- 
tionships, and holding the re- 
sponsibility for their citizenship. 
His varied duties include admin- 
istration and regulation of class 
attendance, coordination of stu- 
dent activities, direction of the 
health service, direction of fresh- 
man orientation, chairmanship 
of the parking committee, and 
teaching. His genial humor and 
personal interest in them endears 
him to the students. 




DR. HILL 




DR. LORENZ 




DR. CUMMINGS 




Heading Our 



The faculty members instruct, counsel, guide, 
inspire— rinding it, as William Lyon Phelps has said, 
not so much their task to impart knowledge as to 
create enthusiasm. To the heads of the depart- 
ments fall the tasks of conferring with the students 
majoring and minoring in their departments, plan- 
ning the curriculum of their departments, seeing 
that the department upholds standards of accredi- 
tation, orienting new teachers, co-ordinating de- 
partmental projects, and making recommendations 
for the placement of graduating students. 

These, the department heads, are the channel 
through which the instructors work with the ad- 
ministration. Their goal is to see that their students 
are adequately prepared to make a living and to 
make a life. 



DR. DURLAND 



DR. DESKINS 



MRS. LIVINGSTON 




DR. SMITH 



Departments 



Benjamin H. Hill, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Biology 

W. D. Durland, B.S., Bachelor of Business Adminis- 
tration, Master of Finance, Ph.D., Business Ad- 
ministration 

E. O. Cummings, B.S., Ph.D., Chemistry 

Lincoln Lorenz, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., English 

S. C. Deskins, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., History and Social 
Sciences 

Lois Livingston, B.S., A.M., Home Economics 

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

Francis Muldrow, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Modern Lan- 
guages 

Lew J. Lewis, Mus.B., A.M., Ed.D., Music 

Jack B. Netcher, B.S., M.S., Doctor of Phys. Ed., 
Health, and Safety, Physical Education 

William B. Locke, A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D., Religion and 
Philosophy 

Marcus W. Collins, A.B., M.A., A.M., and Ph.D., 
Sociology 




DR. LOCKE 




DR. COLLINS 




DR. MULDROW 



DR. LEWIS 



DR. NETCHER 








LOUISE ADAMS, A.B., A.M. 
Mathematics and Appointments Officer 

C. JOSEPH ADKINS, JR., A.B., 
M.A., Ph.D. 
Psychology 

RALPH V. ANDERSON, B.S., M.S. 
Business Administration 



HAL J. BALLEW, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Modern Languages 

HELEN P. BARTLETT, A.B., 
A.M., Ph.D. 

History 

ALEXANDER BERKIS, A.B., 

Master of Law, M.A., Ph.D. 

Social Sciences 




The Faculty 




JOSEPH L BERND, A.B., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Political Science and History 

ALDA T. BERRY, A.B., A.M. 

Business Administration 

CLARICE BOWMAN, A.B., 

A.M., Ph.D. 

Religion 

MINOR W. BOYER, A.B., 

A.M., Ph.D. 

Philosophy and Religion 

HAROLD F. BURHANS 
B.S., M.S. 

Business Administration 

HERMAN E. COBLE 

A.B., A.M. 

Education 

HERMAN E. COBLE, JR. 

A.B., A.M. 

Speech and Director of Audio 

Visuals 

RICHARD G. COX, A.B., A.M. 

Music 

CHARLES P. DANIELS 

B.S., M.S. 

Biology 

JANE DeSPAIN, A.B., A.M. 

Dramatics and Speech 

NATALIE ETHERIDGE, B.S. 

Physical Education 

ERNESTINE FIELDS 

B.Mus., B.S., M.Mus. 

Music 




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

LEOPOLD M. HAYS 

A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D. 
Religion and Education 

WALTON HERTZ, B.S., M.S. 

Doctor of Phys. Ed. 

Physical Education 

CLIFFORD R. HINSHAW 
A.B., A.M., M.A., Litt.D. 
Education and Psychology 

WALTER E. HUDGINS 

A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 

Religion and Director of Religious 

Education 

E. VERA IDOL, A.B., B.S., A.M. 
English 



The Faculty 



JACK R. KIDD, A.B., A.M. 
English 

R. A. LINEBERRY 

B.S., M.S. Ph.D. 

Science 

HARRY K. MARTIN, A.B., A.M. 
Modern Language 

RAIFORD M. PORTER 

B. of Fine Arts, M. of Creative Arts 

Art 

KATHRYN GERRINGER RING 

B.S., M.S. 

Home Economics 

C. E. ROZZELLE, A.B., B.D., D.D. 

Religion 

ARTHUR S. WITHERS 

A.B., A.M. 

English 

LAWRENCE A. WOOD 

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

English 

RUTH WORTHINGTON 
A.B., A.M. 
Education and Counselor for 
Women 

N. P. YARBOROUGH, A.B., A.M. 

Modern Languages, Registrar 

Director of Admissions 

VIRGIL YOW, A.B., M.S. 
Physical Education and Head 
Basketball Coach 




KATHERINE ANDERSON, B.S. 
Graduate Resident Nurse 

MARCELLA CARTER, A.B., B.S. 
Librarian 

FRANCES CAYNOR 
Bookkeeper 



MRS. C. F. HANKINS 
Office of Public Relations 

MRS. LILLIAN MAYS 
Secretary to Deans 

CARL H. NANCE 
Bursar's Office 




NOT PICTURED: 

JAMES L. ELLER 

Foreman of Buildings and 

Grounds 

MRS. FRANCES W. KOONTZ 
Assistant Manager of Bookstore 

MRS. PEGGY WRIGHT 

Assistant Dietitian 



The Staff 




MOZELLE PARKER 
Bursar's Office 

INA N. PATRICK, A.B., L.S. 
Assistant Librarian 

BETTY S. PERRY 
Resident Counselor for Women 

HERBERT H. PETERSON 

A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 
Director of Endowment and 
Development 

JESSIE PRATT 

Resident Counselor at 

Coble House 

MONA SAUNDERS 
Secretary to Registrar 

MARY C. SPURRIER 
Secretary to President 

MRS. MARION STOUT 
Secretary to Bursar 

GRADY A. WHICKER, A.B. 
Director of Public Relations 

ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS, B.A. 

Bursar, Business Manager 

LOUISE WILLIAMS 

Assistant Librarian 

L. G. WRIGHT 

Dietitian and Cafeteria Manager 



Board of Trustees 



OFFICERS 

MR. HOLT McPHERSON, Chairman High Point 

MR. F. LOGAN PORTER, Vice-Chairman High Point 

MR. ELLIOTT S. WOOD, Treasurer High Point 

DR. DENNIS H. COOKE, Secretary High Point 

MEMBERS, EX-OFFICIO 

NOLAN B. HARMON, D.D Resident Bishop, Charlotte Area 

DENNIS H. COOKE, Ph.D President of High Point College 

CLASS OF 1958 

REV. J. CLYDE AUMAN Winston-Salem 

MR. EUGENE CROSS Marion 

MR. HORACE S. HAWORTH High Point 

MR. CHARLES E. HAYWORTH High Point 

MR. VERNON HODGIN Greensboro 

DR. G. RAY JORDAN Atlanta, Georgia 

MR. G. H. KEARNS High Point 

CLASS OF 1959 

MR. STANFORD R. BROOKSHIRE Charlotte 

MRS. D. S. COLTRANE Raleigh 

BISHOP PAUL N. GARBER Richmond, Virginia 

DR. C. L. GRAY High Point 

DR. J. CLAY MADISON Morganton 

MR. W. STANLEY POTTER Sanford 

MB. L. F. ROSS Asheboro 

CLASS OF 1960 

MR. J. HARRIS COVINGTON High Point 

MR. FELIX HARVEY, III Kinston 

MR. H. F. HUNSUCKER High Point 

MR. CHARLES W. McCRARY Asheboro 

MR. BLAINE MADISON Raleigh 

MR. WILLIAM F. WOMBLE Winston-Salem 

MR. ELLIOTT S. WOOD High Point 

CLASS OF 1961 

MR. C. L. AMOS High Point 

MR. HARRY B. FINCH Thomasville 

MR. JOSHUA HORNE Rocky Mount 

MR. A. J. KOONCE High Point 

MR. HOLT McPHERSON High Point 

MR. F. LOGAN PORTER High Point 

MRS. KATE MacAULAY RANKIN Mount Gilead 




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Sophisticated and sentimental . . . the big day at last, after four years . . . 
more for some, less for others . . . Now that we're at the end, there is a feeling of 
mixed emotions . . . joy for the diploma, sorrow for leaving the school and so many 
friends. 

It's been a great last year . . . meeting the new Freshmen and transfers ... a 
Rush Week of smiles and a day of silence filled with anxiety . . . the pledge tasks 
and trips . . . visits with the faculty . .. practice teaching (that means studying 
and lesson plans) . . . sixteen class and six assembly cuts . . . long afternoons in 
the lab . . . the interfrat football and basketball . . . the clown-faculty game in the 
long-awaited new gym . . . the fraternity Christmas parties . . . Christmas holidays 
followed by exams . . . tournament at Lexington . . . 






Juniors give us a great dance . . . first row seats in assembly (no more sleeping 
now) . . . that glorious clay when we were invested . . . Senior day . . . burning 
the midnight oil . . . dedicating the Zenith to one we love . . . caps and gowns 
. . . the final exams and graduation exercises. 

No more will we check the P. O. . . . browse around the bookstore . . . bum to 
Greensboro ... go to assembly every Wednesday • ■ • 8:20 classes ... or 2:30 . . . 
enjoy the bull sessions at the stud . . . bridge, anytime, anywhere . . . clean the 
room at 12:30 A. M. . . . see the lights blink ... go to the board every Monday 
night. 

We're taking much with us . . . leaving all too little in return . . . but hope our 
efforts will eventually grow to sufficient size to be a credit to the Seniors of 1958. 





Seniors 



BOBBY YORK ALBRIGHT 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

STEWART ARNOLD 
Cameron, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

P. J. C. and U. N. C. 1, 2, 3; Veterans' Club 4; F. B. L. A. 4; Band 4. 



PAUL DEAN ATWELL 
Mooresville, N. C. A. B. History and Political Science 

Order of Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Marshal 3; "Who's Who" 4; Scholastic 
Honor Society 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Men's Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JACK PRICE BARRIER 
Chicago, 111. A.B. English 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Rush Chairman 4; Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
MSF 1, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship Teams 1; Marshal 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 4; All State College 
Band 3; College Dance Band 2, 3. 



PATRICIA ANN BEAM 
Cherryville, N. C. B.S. Business Administration and Education 

Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Education Chairman 3, Secretary 4; Woman's 
Hall Council 4; M. S. F. 1, 3, 4; ZENITH Staff 4; Marshal 4; Finalist 
for Miss HPC 3; May Queen 4; F. T. A. 3; F. B. L. A. 3; Judiciary 
Council 4. 



JOHN B. BEASLEY 
Randleman, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

University of North Carolina 1; Band 2. 



JOHN WILLIAM BEASLEY 
Greensboro, N. C. 



LIBBY H. BELL 
Durham, N. C. A.B. Social Studies 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Sr. Marshal 2, Secretary 4; Intramural 
football 1; I. R. C. 1, 2; F. B. L. A. 1, 2; Tower Players 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Business Manager 4; Choir 4; Men's Ensemble 1. 



JOHN KEMP BENNETT 
Raleigh, N. C. 



KENNETH RAY BLACK 
High Point, N. C. 



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BURNIE LEE BREWER, JR. 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hypothetes 4; Veteran's Club 1. 



WILLIAM GRAY BREWER, JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 



ELAINE MILLS BROADWAY 
Albemarle, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Phi Mu, Secretary 3; Student Legislature 3; Orientation Committee 
3; B. S. U. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Choir 3, 4. 



BETTY JEAN BROOKS 
Timberlake, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta; Alpha Delta Theta 1; M. S. F. 1; W. A. A. 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 3, 4. 



CLARENCE W. BROWN 
Colfax, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Veterans Club 1; F. B. L. A. 3, 4. 



HAROLD DEAN BULL 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

U. N. C. 1; Delta Sigma Phi 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3. 



COLBURN R. BURGESS 
Franklinville, N. C. 



THOMAS ALEXANDER BURNS, JR. 
Asheboro, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

U. N. C. 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DOUGLAS LEON BYRD 
Asheboro, N. C. 



BARKER JERRY CAMPBELL 

Jamestown, N. C. 



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Seniors 



KENNETH ALLEN CAMPBELL 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

CLAUDE TERRY CAMPBELL 
High Point, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education, Psychology 

Guilford College 1; F. T. A. 3, 4; Veterans' Club 1, 3, 4. 



HORACE SAMUEL CANNON 
High Point, N. C. 



JOSEPH L. CARRINGTON 
Durham, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Louisburg College 1, 2; Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Legislature 4; 
Intramurals. Basketball, Football, Softball, Volleyball 3, 4; Physical 
Education Club 4. 



HENRY SAMUEL CARTER 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



OLLIE REED CAUDLE, JR. 
Kannapolis, N. C. 



RUSH C. COLLINS, JR. 
Madison, N. C. 



BENNY OTTO COPPLE, JR. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



NANCY GAIL CREWS 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Home Economics 

Kappa Delta, Secretary 3, Membership Chairman 4; May Court 3; 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Sigma Omicron 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice 
President 3, President 4; Panhellenic Council 4. 

PHIL WAYNE CROCKETT 
Green.ooro, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Pi Kapp i Alpha; Class Vice President 3; McCulloch Hall President 
4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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OSCAR L. CULLER 
Siloam, N. C. A.B. Mathematics 

F. T. A. 3, 4, President 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. 

LAWRENCE STEWART CURRIE 
Robbins, N. C. 



ROBERT F. DABBS 
Greensboro, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Dean's List 1, 2; Intramurals 1; Veterans' Club 
1, 2;'F. B.-L. A. 2. 

BEVERLY ANN DEAL 
Gastonia, N. C. B.A. French 

Kappa Delta, Treasurer 3,4; Class Secretary 4; Alpha Delta Theta 
1, 2; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship Teams 1; Hi-Po, Secretary 4; 
Marshal 3; Who's Who 4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 3, 4; I. R. C. 3, 4; Tower Players 
1. 2, 3, 4; Student Legislature 4; Kappa Sigma Delta 2, 3; Projects 
Committee 4. 



JULIANA DOSS 
Lawsonville, N. C. A.B. English, History 

B. S. U. 1, 2, 3; F. T. A. 2, 3. 



BOBBY RAY DUNBAR 
High Point, N. C . B.S. Physical Education 

Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2. 



GEORGE THOMAS EANES 

Thomasville, N. C. 



FRAZIER McLEAN EDWARDS 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lynchburg, Va. 



JUNE FAYE ELDER 

B.S. Physical Education 



MARTHA WILSON ELLINGTON 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

W. C. U. N. C. 1; Phi Mu, Ritualistic Chairman 3, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3, 
Treasurer 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 4; Pemm Club 2; 
Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3; P. E. Majors Club 4, Secretary and Treas- 
urer 4. 





Seniors 

VON EDWARD EVERHART 
Lexington, N. C. 

C. \V. FAULKNER, JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. A.B. Mathematics, History, Political Science 
Delta Sigma Phi 4; Student Government Vice-president 3, President 
4; Student Legislature 2; Kappa Chi 2, 3, 4; ZENITH Staff 2, Sports 
Editor 2; Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who 
4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Scholastic Honor Society 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 
1; Intramurals 1, 2 ,3, 4; Class President 1. 



JAMES WILEY FELKER 
Kernersville, N. C. 



AUBREY RALPH FLYNT, JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. A.B. Psychology, English 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman 2, 3, Rush Chairman 4; Class 
President 2; Student Legislature 2; Judiciary Council 3, 4; Chief 
Justice 4; Constitution Committee 1; Who's Who 4; Ten Top Seniors 
4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans' Club 1, 2; Tower Players 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Freshman Orientation 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT LEE FOSTER 
Lenoir, N. C . B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4; M. S. F. 1; Hi-Po Staff 1, 2; Intramurals 
1. 2. 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 1,2. 



ANITA JEANENE FOWLER 

Newton, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 3, 4; M. S. F. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; F. T. A. 
2, 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3. 



WAYNONA SUE FRESHWATER 
Mebane, N. C. A.B. Sociology 

Alpha Gamma Delta, Chaplain 2, 3, President 4; Alpha Delta Theta 
1. 2; M. S. F. 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3, 4. 



DONALD EDISON FRYE 
Mount Airy, N. C. A.B. Social Studies, Psychology and Education 
N. C. State L Delta Sigma Phi, President 3; McCulloch Hall Coun- 
cil 3: B. S. U. 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; I. F. C, President 4. 



CHARLES JOHNSON FULP 

Thomasville, N. C. 



ALVA ROGER FURR 
Norwood, N. C. BS . Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer 4; Student Legislature 3; Student Chris- 
tian Council 1; B. S. U. 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 3; 
I r. L. 3, 4, Vice-president 4. 



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ROBERT L. GANDY, JR. 
Concord, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman 2; I. F. C. 3, 4: Intramurals 
1, 2, 3. 



LUCILA TERESA GARCIA 
Habana, Cuba A.B. Sociology 



WILLIAM RAYMOND GARDNER 
Mount Airy, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 



ROBERT L. GATLING, JR. 
Ahoskie, N. C. A.B. History and Political Science 

Student Legislature 2; Student Christian Council 1, 2, 3; B. S. U. 
2, 3, President 3; State B. S. U. Council; Hi-Po Staff, Fraternity 
Editor 3; ZENITH Staff 2, Fraternity- Editor 2, Canterbury Club 4. 



RACHEL SCOTT GOODMAN 
Clayton, N. J. 



SANDERS LEE GRANTHAM 
Stantenburg, N. C. B.S. Science 

Louisburg College, Campbell College 1; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intra- 
murals 3, 4. 



HAROLD G. GRAY 
Rocky Mount, N. C. B.S. General Science 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Band 3; Men's Ensemble 3. 



AVIE ANNE GUNN 
Kenbridge, Va. A.B. Psychology and Education 

Phi Mu, Treasurer 2; Judiciary Council 2; Woman's Hall Council 2; 
Student Legislature 4; Orientation Committee 2, 3; ZENITH Staff 4; 
W. A. A. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4, Vice 
President 2, 4, Secretary 3; Tower Players 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1. 



BETTY JO HARRINGTON 
Rowland, N. C. B.S. General Science 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Membership Chairman 4; Social Committee 4 
Panhellenic Council 4, President 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4 
President 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4; "The Lamp* 
Staff 3, 4; Hi-Po Staff 1; ZENITH Staff 3, 4; Tower Players 3, 4 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4. 

BARBARA ANN HARRIS 
Asheboro, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Woman's Hall Council Vice President 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 
4; Fellowship Teams 2, 3; F. T. A. 3; F. B. L. A. 1, 2, 3; Women's 
Chorus 2. 





Seniors 



EDNA LOUISE HARRIS 
Macon, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 



HOYLE TRAVIS HARTLEY, JR. 
High Point, N. C. 



THAD KERR HARTLEY 
Lexington, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Theta Chi, Treasurer 2, 3, Pledge Marshal 4; McCulloch Hall 
Secretary and Treasurer 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 



WARREN G. H. HAWKS 



Mt. Airy, N. C. 



A.B. Religion 



BETSY RUTH HEDGECOCK 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 4; M. S. F. 4; Hi-Po Staff 3, 4; ZENITH Staff 1; 
F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Publicity Chairman 4, 
Dean's List 1, 2; Kappa Sigma Delta 2, 3; Who's Who 4. 



T. R. HENDRIX, JR. 



Trinity, N. C. 

Theta Chi, Historian 4. 



B.S. General Science 



JOHNNY AUSTIN HIATT 
Thomasville, N. C. 



CHARLES LEE HINE 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 





PATSY ANN HOBBS 
Kannapolis, N. C. A.B. English and Religion 

Alpha Gamma Delta, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman 3, 4; Student 
Christian Council Chairman of Student Parent Plan 4; Alpha Delta 
Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer and Secretary 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Program Chairman 3; Fellowship Teams 1, 2, Chairman 3; Hi-Po 
Staff 1; ZENITH Staff 2; Marshal 3; Panhellenic Council Secretary 
4; Tower Players 2; Choir 1. 

HERBERT HOWARD HOLBROOK 
High Point, N. C. 



Seniors 



CHARLES A. HOLCOMBE III 
Asheville, N. C. B.A. Religion 

Duke 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chaplain 3, Rush Chairman 4; Kappa 
Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chief 3; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Mens Ensemble 2, 3, 4; 
Chairman of Miss H. P. C. Contest 4. 

CORA ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Home Economics 

Appalachian 1; Epsilon Sigma Omercron 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM TRAVIS HUEGELE 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. B.S. Physical Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WELDON A. IDOL 

Kemersville, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Elon College 1; Intramurals 3, 4; Veterans' Club 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 4. 



GEORGE VV. IVEY 
Norwood, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

N. C. State 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1. 2, 3, 4. 



WILBUR IVAN JACKSON 
Ayden, N. C. A.B. History 

Student Christian Council 2, 3, 4; Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
Vice-president 3, President 4; M. S. F. 2, 3, 4; Fellowship Teams 
1, 2, 3, Chairman of Planning Committee 3; ZENITH Staff 3, 4, 
Administration Editor 3, 4; Marshal 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower 
Players 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Ensemble 3, 4. 



Star, N. C. 



WILLIAM C. JOHNSON 

B.S. General Science 



LLOYD DALE JONES 
High Point, N. C. 



NELLIE MAE JONES 
Crumpler, W. Va. A.B. Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fellowship Teams 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1. 



PAUL CORNELIUS JONES, JR. 
Durham, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Louisburg College 1, 2; Lambda Chi Alpha; I. F. C. 4; McCulloch 
Hall Proctor 4; Student Legislature 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Majors Club 4. 





Seniors 



PATRICIA L. JORDAN 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Mathematics 

Kappa Delta, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Editor 3, 4; Student Legislature 
3- Judiciary 4; Delegate to State Student Legislature 3; Westminster 
Fellowship 3, 4; Hi-Po Staff 2, 3, 4, Sorority Editor 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 
2; Day Student Vice President 3. 

NORMA JANE KEARNS 
Asheboro, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi 1, 2, 3; Chaplain 3; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice President 4; Westminster Fellowship 4; Hi-Po Staff 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2; F. T. A. 3, 4, Secretary 4; I. R. C. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 
3; Kappa Sigma Delta 2, 3. 



GROVER C. KIRKMAN, JR. 
Greensboro, N. C. 



WILLIAM KANIEL KISER 
Germanton, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Tan Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Veterans' 
Club 1. 



High Point, N. C. 
Guilford College 1. 



G. ERVIN KIVETT 

B.S. Business Administration 



CHRISTINE WILSON KNIGHT 
Summerfield, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Brevard Junior College 1, Greensboro College 2; M. S. F. 1, 2; 
Youth Temperance 1. 2; Memosynean 1; May Court 1; F. T. A. 4; 
Women's Chorus 1; Commercial Club 1. 



JESSE E. LACKEY 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



AL LANE 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



JOETTA PEARL LANIER 
Thomasville, N. C. A.B. Primary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 2; W. A. A. 1; Intramurals 1, 2; F. T. A. 1, 2. 



A. L. LATHAM, JR. 
Greensboro, N.C. 



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JANE GAYLE LEMMOND 
Matthews, N. C. 



COY BRIGGS LEONARD 
Lexington, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Theta Chi, President 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; I. F. C, Secretary 3. 



JOHNNIE MURRELL LEWIS 
Henderson, N. C. B.A. Social Studies 

Louisburg and Spartanburg Jr. Colleges 1; Student Legislature 3; 
Student Christian Council 4; Kappa Chi 3, 4; M. S. F. 3, 4; Fellow- 
ship Team 3; Vesper Committee 4; Intramurals 3, 4, Football All 
Star Team 3, 4. 



LUTHER WAKEFIELD LIVINGTON, JR. 
Statesville, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary 2, Rush Chairman 3, Treasurer 
4; Student Legislature 3, 4; Who's Who 4; J. V. Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4, Vice President 4. 



DON B. LLOYD 
Thomasville, N. C. 



DOROTHY RUTH LLOYD 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

East Carolina College 1, 2; Phi Mu, Registrar 3, Vice President 4; 
ZENITH Staff 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who 4; May Court 4; F. T. A. 4; 
Women's Chorus 2. 



RONALD LUCAS 
Asheboro, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; J. V. Basketball 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



MARGUERITE JEAN LYNCH 
High Point, N. C. 



BOBBY SHAW LYNDON 
Trinity, N. C. 

JACQUELINE R. McCULLOH 

Mocksville, N. C. A.B. Social Studies 

Kappa Delta; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2; M. S. F. 1, 2, 4; ZENITH 
Staff 4; W. A. A. 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; F. T. A. 1, 2, 4; Tower 
Plavers 2. 





Seniors 



THOMAS C. McLEAN 



Khodhiss, N. C. 



A.B. Religion 



Kappa Chi, Treasurer 3; Methodist Student Minister 2, 3, 4. 

BOBBY VERNON McLEOD 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Theta Chi. 



LOBERTA LOUISE McNEILL 
Seagrove, N. C. 



WILLIAM F. MABE 
Pilot Mountain, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

U. N. C. 1, 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Reporter 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 



FRED KEITH MACON 
Greensboro, N. C. A.B. Social Studies 

Class Treasurer 1; Student Legislature 2, 4; Student Christian 
Council 3; Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Fellowship Teams 1, 2, 3; "The Lamp" Staff 2; Marshal 3; Who's 
Who 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Tower Players 1; Choir 1; Philosophy 
Club 4. 



WILLIAM DOUGLAS MARLOWE 
Statesville, N. C. 



LORETTA M. MARTIN 

Thomasville, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Catawba College 1. 



PEDRO MONTES MAYOR 
Marinao, Havana, Cuba 



BOBBY RAY MICHAEL 

Thomasville, N. C. 



PATRICIA CHRISTINE MIZE 
Daytona Beach, Fla. B.S. Music 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-president, Pledge Trainer 4; Alpha Delta 
Theta 4; M. S. F. 1, 4; Fellowship Team 1; Tower Players 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Business Manager 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3. 



Seniors 



JAMES WILLIE MORRIS, JR. 
Lexington, N. C. 



PAUL ELLIOTT MOSS, JR. 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Religion 

Theta Chi; Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fellowship Team 2; I. R. C. 2, 3; Civic Symphony Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 



NOBLE P. MULLICAN, JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Theta Chi, Pledge Marshal 3, Vice-president 4; Class Vice-president 
4; McCulloch Hall Secretary-Treasurer 3. 



DONALD DIXON MURRAY 
Charlotte, N. C. A.B. English 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-president 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DAVID LUTHER MYERS 

Thomasville, N. C. 



FAIRRELL DEXTIL MYRICK 
Seagrove, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary 3; Student Legislature 3; Veterans' 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 3, 4. 



ROGER L. NELSON 
Kernersville, N. C. B.S. Physical Education and Health 

F. T. A. 2, 3; Veterans' Club 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
P. E. Majors Club 4. 



WILLIAM PRESTON NEWKIRK 
Willard, N. C. 



ELSIE MAY OAKLEY 
Mebane, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Po 
Staff 3; Intramurals 2, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3. 



MAX DAVID OAKLEY 
Trinity N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Pfeiffer Jr. College 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 2; J. V. Basketball 1; 
Track 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 





Seniors 



MURPHY MORGAN OSBORNE, JR. 
Elkin, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Alumni Secretary 2, Pledge Trainer 3, President 
4, Outstanding Brother Award 3; Class Vice-president 1, President 
3; Student Government Treasurer 3; Student Legislature 2; Judiciary 
Council 2; B. S. U. 1, 2; Hi-Po Staff 3, 4, Assistant Sports Editor 
3, 4; ZENITH Staff 3, Sports Editor 3; Marshal 3; Ten Top Seniors 
4'; Dean's List 3; Varsity Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Football All Star 
Team 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4, President 4. 

MURRAY KENNETH PAXTON 
Gastonia, N. C. A.B. History 

Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2; Fellowship Teams 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 



SAMUEL JOSHUA PARKER, JR. 
Hurdle Mills, N. C. 



ROBERT GARLAND PEGRAM 

Jamestown, N. C. B.S. Physical Education and Health 

N. C. State 1; Delta Sigma Phi; Student Legislature 3; Kappa Delta 
Sigma 3; Football 1; Track 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; P. E. Majors 
Club 4. 



ARNOLD GRAY PENDER 



Kernersville, N. C. 



B.S. Business Administration 



WILLIAM SCOTT PENNEWELL, JR. 
Onancock, Va. 



FRED A. PETERS 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Belmont Abbey 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon, History 3; I. F. C. 3; Vet- 
erans Club 1, 2. 



J. L. PETERSON, JR. 
Vanceboro, N. C. A.B. French, History 

Student Legislature 1; Student Christian Council 4, President 4; 
Kappa Chi 4; M. S. F. 2, 3, 4; "The Lamp" Staff, Editor in Chief 4; 
Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Marshal 3; Who's Who 4; Ten 
Top Seniors 4; J. V. Basketball 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



HAZEL STARRETT PHILLIPS 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Pemm Club 1, Secretary 1; W. A. A. 2, 3; Secretary and Statistician 
for Physical Education and Athletic Dept. 

WILLIAM M. PLACE 
Louisburg, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Louisburg Junior College 1; Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. 
2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 3. 



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WALTER MARTIN POYNER, JR. 
Moyock, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Louisburg Junior College 1, 2; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master 4; 
I. F. C. 4; Intramurals 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4. 

SUE BEESON PUGH 

Sophia, N. C. B.S. Home Economics 

Phi Mu; F. T. A. 1, 2; Epsilon Sigma Omicron 2, 3, Women's 
Chorus 1. 



GLADYS LOUISE PUGH 
Franklinville, N. C. A.B. French, English 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary 3, 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4, Pub- 
licity Chairman 1, Treasurer 3; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3; Hi-Po Staff 1, 2; 
ZENITH Staff 3, Associate Editor 3; Marshal 3; Who's Who 4; 
Ten Top Seniors 4; Morton Scholastic Award 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 
4; Scholastic Honor Society 3, 4; Intramurals 2; F. T. A. 1, 3, 4, 
Program Chairman 4; I. R. C. 1, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 2; Writer's 
Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

HELEN RAKESTRAW 
Stoneville, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta, Guard 4; Student Legislature 3, 4; Student 
Christian Council 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4, Vice-president 3, 
President 4; Intramurals 3. 



NANCY JO RICE 
High Point, N. C. 



GENE ARDEN RIDDLE 
Kannapolis, N. C. A.B. History 

Fellowship Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; F. T. A. 4. 



JOHN WYATT RIERSON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. A.B. Religion 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary 2, Secretary 3; Kappa 
Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3; Fellowship Team 1, 2; Cheerleader 
2, 3, 4; Tower Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 



JIM WRIGHT ROBERTS 
Stokesdale, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Guilford College 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon; J. V. Basketball 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4. 



MARK SPURGEON ROSE 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SARAH JEAN RUFTY 
Newton, N. C. A.B. Social Studies, Education 

Phi Mu, Treasurer 3, Fraternity Education Chairman 4; Student 
Legislature 2, 3, 4. Recording Clerk 4; Orientation Committee 2, 
3 4- ZENITH Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; F. T. A. 3, 4; Tower Players 1; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Committee 1, 2, 3. 





Seniors 



LEON SAFRIT 
High Point, N. C. 



LINDA ANNE SECHREST 
Thomasville, N. C. 



BOBBY FRANKLIN SCOTT 
Spray, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3, 4. 

ARTHUR FORSYTH SEREQUE, JR. 
Shelton, Conn. B.S. General Science 

Univ. of Conn. 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Jr. Marshal 2, Corresponding 
Secretary 2, Scholarship Chairman 2, 3, 4; Hi-Po Staff 2, Managing 
Editor 2, Exchange Editor 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Writers' Club 4. 



ROGER ALVIN SHELTON 
Mount Airy, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer 3; Student Legislature 3; B. S. U. 2, 
3, 4, Vice-president 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Band 2, 3; 
I. F. C. 2, 3. 



GEORGE EDWARD SHEPHERD 
Fayetteville, N. C. B.S. Health and Physical Education 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Legislature 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4. 



PATSY ANNE SHERRILL 
Statesville, N. C. 



RANDALL THOMAS SHULER 
Thomasville, N. C. 



BILLY HAYES SIMPSON 
Booneville, N. C. 



CARLTON EUGENE SIMPSON 
Kannapolis, N. C. A.B. Social Studies 

Catawba College 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chaplain, Pledge Trainer 4; 
Class President 4; Student Legislature 3; Judiciary Council 4; 
Kappa Chi 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 2, 3, 4; Fellowship Team 3, 4; Hi-Po 
Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Who's Who 
4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Choir 4. 



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IVEY SUE PERRY SIMPSON 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. B .S. Home Economics 

Spartanburg Jr. College 1; Epsilon Sigma Omicron 2, 3, 4. 

BETSY STEVENS SINGLETARY 
Clarkton, N. C. A.B. Primary Education 

Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4, Secretary 
4; Student Legislature 4; F. T. A. 3, 4; I. R. C. 3. 



JAMES ARDELL SINK 
Lexington, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Scholastic Honor Society 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 2, 3. 



BOYD GERALD SMITH 
Lexington, N. C. 



LOIS ALENE SMITH 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



PATRICIA FAITH SMITH 
Ansonia, Conn. B.S. Home Economics 



ROBERT EUGENE SMITH 
High Point, N. C. 



ROYCE EUGENE SMITH 
Goldsboro, N. C. B.A. Sociology 

Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship 
Team 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; I. R. C. 4; Philosophy 4. 



ROBERT C. SNYDER 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Duke University 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 



KENNETH STANLEY STAFFORD 

Kernersville, N. C. 



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Seniors 



SARAH ELIZABETH STAFFORD 
North VVilkesboro, N. C. A.B. Religious Education 

\lpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship Team 
3, 4; F. T. A. 2; Choir 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES ALLEN STARNES 
Mooresville, N. C. A.B. Religion 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist 3; Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3; Student Legisla- 
ture 2, 3; Fellowship Teams 1, 2; Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
All Star Football Team 3; Student Pastor 3. 



THERON PAUL STARNES, JR. 
Kannapolis, N. C. 



JOHN CHARLES STATON 

Polkton, N. C. 



BUFORD KYLE STIRLING, JR. 
Birmingham, Ala. A.B. English, History 

Birmingham Southern College, 1; Delta Sigma Phi, Activities 
Chairman 3, President 4; Southern Christian Council, Publicity 
Chairman 3; Hi-Po Staff, News Editor 3; Editor In Chief 4; ZENITH 
Staff 2, 3, Photographer 2, 3; Who's Who 4; Ten Top Seniors 4; 
Dean's List 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3. 

DAVID BRENDAL STROUPE 

Portsmouth, Va. A.B. Biology 

Ferrum Junior College; Intramural Director 2; Manager of Varsity 
Football, Basketball and Baseball 2; M. S. F. 1, 2. 



NANCY LEE YAPLE STROUPE 
Shickshinny, Penn. A.B. Elementary Education 

Ferrum Junior College; President of Student Government 2; Choir 
1, 2; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3; Miss Ferrum Jr. College 2; Miss Sophomore 2; 
Received Scholastic Achievement Award at Graduation. 



BOBBY CLYDE SUGGS 
Thomasville, N. C. 



JAMES HAYES SUMNER 

High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Tan Kappa Epsilon, President 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Veterans' Club 
1, 2; I. F. C. 3, 4. 



ARGUS B. SWAIM 
Randleman, N. C. B.S. English 

U. N. C. 1; Hi-Po Staff 3, 4; ZENITH Staff 3, 4, Co-Copy Editor 
3, 4; Veterans' Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Tower Players 2, 3, 4. 



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DAVID DALE SWARINGEN 
Charlotte, N. C. 

ROY ARTHUR TAYLOR 
Augusta, Ky. Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, President 3; Class Treasurer 3; J. V. Basketball 
1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; F. B. L. A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2. 





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WILSON REMI TAYLOR 
Greensboro, N. C. 



HENRIANNA TEAGUE 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

U. N. C. School of Nursing 1; W. A. A. 1, 3; Basketball 1; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; P. E. Majors Club 4; Women's Chorus 1. 



GILES OLDHAM TERRELL 
Yanceyville, N. C. 



JOSEPH POPE THORTON 
Winston-Salem, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Theta Chi; Student Christian Council 3; B. S. U. 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; F. B. L. A. 1. 



ROBERT HENRY TOBIN 
Thomasville, N. C. 



HARRY T. TUCKER 
Madison, N. C. 

WRENN MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

HIGH POINT COLLBQS 

HIGH POINT. N.OJ 

JAMES WILLIAM TYSON, JR. 
Stantonsburg, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman 3, Comptroller 4; I. F. C. 3, 4; 
Vice President 4, President 4; McCulloch Hall Head Proctor 3; 
Senior Class Project Chairman 4; Hi-Po Staff 2, 3, Advertising Man- 
ager 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, All Star Football Team 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 
4; Tower Players 2. 

BILLY CURTIS VESTAL 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Wake Forest 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon; B. S. U. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 2, 3; I. R. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans' Club 1, 2, 3; 
R E. Majors Club 4. 





Seniors 



LARRY BOLTON WAITMAN 
High Point, N. C. 



THOMAS ESTIL WALKER 
Asheboro, N. C. 



SARAH JANE WALL 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Primary Education 

Kappa Delta, Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; 
Hi-Po Staff 2, 3, Exchange Editor 2, 3; F. T. A. 2; Kappa Sigma 
Delta 2, 3. 



ROBERT CLYDE WALTON 
High Point, N. C. 



CLAYTON WAMPLER 
High Point, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi, Social Chairman 3; Rush Chairman 2; M. S. F. 
1, 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 2. 

JUDITH TODD WARD 
Mocksville, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Music and Activities Chairman 4; Student Legis- 
lature 3; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship 
Team 1, 2, 3; F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3, 4, Historian 
3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, 
President 4. 



Asheboro, N. C. 



WALTER L. WARD 

B.S. Business Administration 



BRAXTON INGRAM WARNER 
High Point, N. C. A.B. English 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian 4; Student Legislature 2, 3; M. S. F. 
1; Hi-Po Staff 2, 3; ZENITH Staff 3, Social Editor 3; Cheerleader 
2, 3, 4; Tower Players 2, 3. 



THOMAS JULIAN WARREN, JR. 
Cameron, N. C. 



WALTER EUGENE WATKINS 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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HAROLD RAY WATSON 
Greensboro, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Brevard College 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. 3. 



Djakarta, Indonesia 



TONY T. WEN 

B.S. Business Administration 
A.B. Social Studies 
Kappa Chi 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; HuPo Staff 4; Marshal 
4; Intramurals 4; I. R. C. 3, 4, Vice-president 4. 



RAYMOND SPENCER WICKER, JR. 
Raleigh, N. C. B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-president 4, Treasurer 3; Hi-Po Staff 
Writer 1, 2; Hi-Po Sports Editor 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 1; Varsity 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS WILEY 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Elementary Education 

Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2; E. T. A. 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE FRANK WILKES 
Asheboro, N. C. 



LARRY DALE WILKINSON 
Charlotte, N. C. A.B. History 

Queens College, Summer School 2; McCulloch Hall Proctor 1, 2; 
Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; M. S. F. 2; Methodist Student Minister 2, 3, 4.. 



BARBARA E. WILSON 
High Point, N. C. A.B. Primary Education 

Kappa Delta, Guard 2, Membership Chairman 3, President 4; Class 
Officer Secretary 3; Student Government Secretary 4; Student 
Legislature 2; Hi-Po Staff 2, 3, Associate Business Manager 2, 
Secretary 2; Order of the Lighted Lamp 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Ten 
Top Seniors 4; May Court 4; F. T. A. 2; Day Student Secretary 3, 
President 2; Dance Committee 1. 

JAMES RICHARD WILSON 
Aberdeen, N. C. B.S. Physical Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary 4; Student Legislature 4; Hi-Po 
Staff 4; J. V. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 2; 
P.E. Majors Club 4. 



LARRY LEWIS WILSON 
Greensboro, N. C. 



SHELBY JEAN YORK 
High Point, N. C. 



HAROLD FLOYD YOUNGER 
High Point, N. C. 





PAUL ATWELL 
Vice-president of A Capella 
Choir . . . Order of the Lighted 
Lamp . . . Junior Marshal . . . 
Scholastic Honor Society . . . 
history and political science ma- 
jor. 



BEVERLY DEAL 
Senior Class secretary . . . 
treasurer of Kappa Delta Soror- 
ity . . . Junior Marshal . . . Hi-Po 
. . . Student Legislature . . . 
French major. 



Who's 





C. W. FAULKNER, JR. 

President and former vice- 
president of the Student Govern- 
ment Association . . . President 
of his Freshman Class . . . Order 
of the Lighted Lamp . . . Na- 
tional Scholastic Honor Society 
. . . Chief Marshal . . . Delta 
Sigma Phi Fraternity . . . history, 
political science, and mathemat- 
ics major. 



AUBREY FLYNT 
Chief Justice of the [udiciary 
Council . . . president of his 

Sophomore Class . . . Cheer- 
leader . . . Hand . . . Tower Hav- 
ers . . Student Legislature . . . 
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 
. . . psychology and English 
major. 




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Who 



WILBUR JACKSON 
President of Kappa Clii Minis- 
terial Fraternity . . . Junior Mar- 
shal . . . former chairman of 

Fellowship Teams ... A Capella 
Choir . . . Tower Players . . . 
history major. 





BETSY HEDGECOCK 
Junior Marshal . . . Hi-Po 
staff . . . F. T. A. . . . elementary 
education major. 



LUKE LIVINGSTON 
Vice-president of the Physical 
Education Majors Club . . . 
Treasurer of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity . . . Student Legisla- 
ture . . . physical education 
major. 





PAT JORDAN 
Former Day Student Council 
Vice-president . . . Judiciary 
Council . . . Student Legislature 
. . . Hi-Po Staff . . . Kappa Delta 
Sorority . . . mathematics major. 



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Who' 



DOT LLOYD 
Secretary of the Day Student 
Council . . . Vice-president of 
Phi Mu Sorority . . . Junior 
Marshal . . . primary education 
major. 



FRED MACON 
Former President of M. S. F. 
. . . Junior Marshal . . . Treas- 
urer of his Freshman ("lass . . . 
Kappa Chi Ministerial Frater- 
nity . . . Student Legislature 
. . . social studies major. 





J. L. PETERSON 
President of the Stud e n t 
Christian Association . . . Junior 
Marshal . . . Order of the 
Lighted Lamp . . . French and 
history major. 



LOUISE PUGH 
Secretary of Zeta Tan Alpha 
Sorority . . . Alpha Delta Theta 
religious sorority . . . former 
associate editor of the Zenith 
.... Scholastic Honor Society 
. . recipient of Morton Scholar- 
ship for the highest average in 
her Junior Class . . . Junior Mar- 
shal . . . French and English 
major. 




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Who 




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GENE SIMPSON 
President of the Senior Class 
. . . Business Manager for Hi-Po 
. . . Judiciary Council . . . Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Fraternity . . , Kap- 
pa Chi Ministerial Fraternity 
. . . social studies major. 




KYLE STIRLING 
Editor of Hi-Po . . . President 
of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 
. . . former campus photographer 
. . . English major. 



BARBARA WILSON 
President of Kappa Delta So- 
rority . . President of Day Stu- 
dent Council . . . Secretary of 
the Student Government Asso- 
ciation . . . Secretary of her 
Junior Class . . . Order of the 
Lighted Lamp . . . primary edu- 
cation major. 



The requirements for election to "Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities' are based on 
scholarship, character, leadership, and promise of 
future success. Nominations for membership are made 
by a committee composed of three members of the 
Executive Committee, the President of the Student 
Body, and the President of the Senior Class. Election 
is made by the Executive Committee of the faculty. 
They have selected for this honor young people who 
have made outstanding contributions to the college 
and who have exemplified the finest qualities of char- 
acter and scholarship. 




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At last . . . Could call this the Backslider's year . . . no English required . . . no 
French either ... A junior is an ungrammatical backslider. Oh! that Corrective 
English . . . Campus prettier than eve r this fall . . . increases in beauty as our 
allotted span in these halls of learning decreases . . . Heck, what courses to elect? 
one crip, at least, I pray . . . maybe Polit^^nrip means more time in bookstore 
for bridge . . . Quizzes . . . One day for Thanksgiving . . . hey, did you hear we 

jet three days next year? . . . Frosh get fresher every year . . . Sophs, too . . . 
nild show more respect for us UPPERCLASSMEN! . . . More quizzes . . . Nope, 

'trots not the crip, maybe Psych . . . Christmas dance, who shall I ask. the girl in 
the girls' dorm or the one at W. C? . . . play practice until 12:00 each night . . . Ah! 
Christmas! And back again . 




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~R-a-ah! Exams . . . Psych's not the crip either . . . maybe History . . . Parallel- 
like the poor— always with us . . . Spring frolics coming up . . . Ilow'd I manage 
to get TWO dates? ... I hope the girl down the hall will date one for me . . . More 
quizzes . . . end of search ... no crip courses offered . . . Tapping for the "Order 



of the Lighted Lamp" . . . Those marshals ought not to turn in their classmates for 
cutting assembly . . . Spring vacation . . . thought it would never come . . . Old 
Tempos up to his tricks and the year almost gone . . . Did I see the peeping torn? 
... All around campus one hears a laugh, a shout, a terrific love for life . . . Junior- 
Senior . . . Gee, it was work! . . . but, moreover. Senior . . . big whe-e-e-el coming up. 





Juniors 



STEVEN JAMES AFENDIS, New York City, N.Y. 
T. R. ALEXANDER, High Point 
ROY B. ALLEN, Pinnacle 
GLENN ANDERSON, Raleigh 



WILLIAM H. ANDERSON, Durham 
NORMAN ANDREWS, Robbins 
BARBARA ANN" AVERS, Stuart, Va. 
FRED BARBER, JR., Statesville 



LIN BARBOUR, Carrboro 

MAURY BEAUCHOT, Monroeville, Ind. 

JACK BEN FIELD, Newton 

\\\K UENNE'I I Greensboro 



FRANK E. BERRY, Trinity 
RONALD BLACK, High Point 
BILL BINGHAM, Asheboro 
DONALD RAY BOWERS, High Point 



MONROE BOWLES, Winston-Salem 
JERRY BREVARD BRADY, Charlotte 
LINDA BRIGCS. Lexington 
BETSY JAYNE BRYANT, High Point 



MARTHA JANE BUFFALOE, Marston 
CAROLYN KOONTZ BURGESS, High Point 
MELL BUSBIN. Orlando, Fla. 
CHARLES C. CAISON, High Point 



Juniors 



JIMMY RAY CALLOWAY, Winston-Salem 
PAUL M. CASSELL, JR., Walnut Cove 
HELEN CARLENE CATES, High Point 
MARY LOU CHAPMAN, Arden 



RONALD CHAPMAN, Taylorsville 
DUDLEY CLINARD, High Point 
FRANK COLLINS, High Point 
BOBBY CONNELL, Asheboro 



CEORCE COOK, High Point 
MARY LOU COOK. High Point 
GARY CORNELL, Attleboro, Mass. 
EDWIN B. COYL, JR.. Portsmouth, Va. 



C. B. CROOK. JR.. Albemarle 
LOUIE CRYE. Statesville 
JACK C. DARR. Winston-Salem 
JOHNNY DAVENPORT, Elizabethtown 



CHARLES D. DAVIS, High Point 
JOYCE ANN DAVIS, Durham 
RICHARD K. DAVIS, High Point 
GUS DEAL, Charlotte 



LEONARD DELAPP. High Point 
ADRIAN DELK, Lexington 
ISAAC DENNY, High Point 
MARTHA DICKENS, Thomasville 





Juniors 



AUDREY LEE DICKSON, Horse Shoe 
EVA NELL DORSETT, Thomasville 
CHARLES DYSON, Whiteville 
JOHN EDWARDS, High Point 



ELEANOR EVANS, Ridley Park, Pa. 
C. C. FREEMAN, JR., Thomasville 
WILLARD FORMYDUVAL, Nakina 
JOHN F. GANSMAN, High Point 



DONALD F. GEORGE, Winston-Salem 
DAVID GORDON, High Point 
LINDA GROOME. High Point 
JESSE J. GUSLER, Ferrnm, Va. 



ELMER HALL, Elon College 
WARREN HAMILTON, Newington, Conn. 
ROBERT G. HARRIS, JR., Linwood 
EDWARD LEE HEDDEN, Raleigh 



LEMAR HICKS, Jackson, Tenn. 
SYLVIA HILL, Winston-Salem 
DONALD HILTON, Thomasville 
DAWN SMITH HODGES, Grifton 



WILLIE LIEU HODGES, New Church, Va. 
MARY ANN HODGIN, Jamestown 
SYLVIA G. HOLT, Troy 
CAROLE LEE INWOLD, Baltimore, Md. 



Juniors 



SHARON INGRAM, Ml. Gilead 
SUE JACKSON, Elkin 
BETTY R. JARRETT, Thomasville 
KELLEY JONES, Winston-Salem 



WESLEY JONES, Bolton 
JERRY R. KAY, High Point 
BOBBY LAWSON, Greensboro 
ED LEATHERVVOOD, Waynesville 



RAMONA LEONARD, Lexington 
DONALD LEVINA, High Point 
GLENN LLOYD, Sanford 
MAX LOFLIN, High Point 



TOMMY LOFTIS, Mebane 
BETH McCULLOCK, Lexington 
DONALD McGEE, Kemersville 
W. C. McGEE, Tobaccoville 



ELWIN LEE MACKINTOSH, Washington, D. C. 
DEEDIE MARLOWE, Clarkton 
BETTY ADAMS MARTIN, High Point 
JANE MARTIN, Denton 



RICHARD B. MASON. High Point 
BETTY MEACHAM. Rockingham 
JOHN W. MELVIN, Greensboro 
PATSY MOORE. King 





Juniors 

WILLIAM D. MOORE, High Point 
AARON MOSS, Gastonia 
LUTRITIA MURPHY, Thomasville 
SHELBY JEAN NELSON, Madison 



GORDON NIFONG, Winston-Salem 
DAN ODOM, High Point 
BILLIE PAISLEY, Asheboro 
JUANITA PARK'S, Max Meadows, Va. 



KENNETH PARKER, Winston-Salem 
BILL PARISH, Greensboro 
JIM PARRISH, Kernersville 
BETTY PAYNE, High Point 



BETSY PAYNE, High Point 
MAHLON PENDRY, High Point 
BENNY PHILLIPS, BoonviHe 
LUCIA PORCELLI, Durham 



BILL PRICE, High Point 
CAROL PURVIS, Archdale 
LARRY REAVIS, Winston-Salem 
LEO RECORD, Kernersville 



PEGGY ELLA RICH, Asheboro 
RONDA ROBBINS, Lexington 
JOHN L. ROBERSON, Greensboro 
JOHN ROBERTS, JR., High Point 



Juniors 



WAYNE ROBERTSON, High Point 
WILLIAM ROGERS, High Point 
JIM ROSE, Winston-Salem 
WILLIAM F. RUTLEDGE, Thomasville 



LUTHER SANDERS, Elizabeth City 
JAMES HOWARD SASSER, Ellerbe 
TOMMY SATTERFIELD, Erwin 
CHARLES SCIIRAM, High Point 



IRMA JANE SCRUGGS, Jacksonville, Fla. 
DONALD SELLERS, Lelan<l 
FRED SHERRER, High Point 
JOSEPH B. SICELOFF, Winston-Salem 



DAVID SILLMON, Greensboro 
EMMA RHUE SMITH. Guilford 
DUB SPEIGHT, Winston-Salem 
DOUGLAS SQUIRES, Kelly 



TED SPENCER, Lawsonville 
MF.LVINF. BENSON STEWART. Draper 
HASSEL GRAY STRADER, Walkertown 
ALLEN SURRATT, High Point 



LARRY SWIGGETT, High Point 
VERNON TATE, Kings Mountain 
STUART TAYLOR, Woodlawn. Md. 
SARA TILLEY, Lawsonville 





Juniors 



AL TREVARTHEN, Vineland, N. J. 
MARTHA TURNIPSEED, Statesville 
JANICE TUTTEROW, Statesville 
CHARLES VAUGHN, High Point 



WAYNE VEACH, High Point 
FRED LEWIS VON CANNON, Greensboro 
NORMAN W. WAMPLER, High Point 
MARY JANE WATERS, Milford, Del. 



CHARLES LEE WATSON, Whiteville 
BOBBY LLOYD WEAVER, High Point 
NORMAN WHICKER, Kernersville 
DALLAS WAYNE WHITAKER, Winston-Salem 



EDNA L. WHITE. Greenwood, S. C. 
JAMES DALE WHITE, Durham 
DWIGHT WHITLOCK, Winston-Salem 
BOBBY LEE WIENBERRY, High Point 



CHARLES A. WILLIAMS, Lexington 
CLARENCE R. WILLIAMS, Star 
KEN WILLIAMS, Spray 
BOB WILLIAMS, High Point 



LARRY WILLIAMS, Durham 
BILLY WILSON, Stokesdale 
JUDITH WILSON, Durham 
ROSS WINGO, Marion 



Juniors 



DONALD WORKMAN, High Point 
SHIRLEY YOKELY, High Point 
REN ZAMRRANA, La Paz, Bolivia 






Art Department 

Professor Raiford M. Porter, 
Instructor in Art, surveys one 
of his classes in which a few 
students are drawing abstract 
designs in black and white taken 
from cardboard sculpture. The 
department, a recent addition to 
the college curriculum, affords 
opportunities to the students in 
the principles of fine and com- 
mercial art, art appreciation, art 
history, and art education. Here 
we find Peggy Sisk, Sonny 
Thornton, Norman Faircloth, 
and Franklin Hazzard discover- 
ing the enjoyment a student re- 
ceives from creative expression. 



Language 
Department 

George Boose puts on a re- 
cording which coincides with the 
weekly lesson of listeners. Bill 
Simpson. Ray Wicker, and Ted 
Spencer. Students from the ele- 
mentary and intermediate sec- 
tions of French, Spanish, and 
German classes may take advan- 
tage of the language laboratory's 
facilities for twenty-five minute 
periods twice a week. These 
recordings are coordinated with 
the textbook in use by the stu- 
dents. Advanced students in the 
languages may make their own 
recordings for help in grammar 
and pronunciation. The labora- 
tory is under the direction of 
Dr. Frances Muldrow, who is 
assisted by George Boose, J. L. 
Peterson, Ronald Wachs, Harold 
Wright, Bobby Owens, Buddy 
Lanier, and Wini Stuart. 




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DAVID SILLMON 
Chief 



Junior Marshals 



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FRED BARBER 





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PAT BEAM 





MAURY BEAUCHOT 



JACK BENFIELD GARY CORNELL 




ELMER HALL 




PATSY POOLE 




JANE MARTIN 






SALVIA HOLT 




GORDON NIFONG ISILLIE PAISLEY 




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AARON MOSS 




BEN ZAMBRANA 



IRMA JANE SCRUGGS TONY WEN 



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Back to H. P. C, this time very much a Sophomore, famous with no prestige . . . 
No more beanies . . . What a stupid bunch of Freshmen. I know we couldn't have 
been that obnoxious . . . And classes! Who said your Freshman year was the hard- 
est? . . . And then there's Chaucer . . . Rush-handshaking (this time on the giving 
end) . . . The more fortunate ones who made their 'C averages sit proudly in chap- 
ter meetings . . . Back to the grind again, and first reports come out . . Flunking 
one subject. Have to get some points in with that professor . . . Interfrat sports, 
the Bulldozers "doed" it again! . . . Christmas; with its glamour, and for all we 
care, it comes on the eighteenth this year . . . That one present still bothers me! 



. Home! Amen. 




V 







FRED HANDY, President 



CAROL AREY, Secretary; HAROLD WRIGHT, Treasurer; PAT RAY, Vice-Preside 




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Back again and exams . . . Never a break .. . Everything came out pretty fair 
except for that one subject . . . Basketball! Head a bit higher, spirit a bit older, 
especially in the new gym! . . . Spring! ."In the spring, a young man's fancy" . . . 
serenades, romantic and lovely! . . . Mid-semester grades . . . Still failing that Span- 
ish. But I'll shoot him on exams . . . Two more days until the Frolics and next 
week-end is our spring banquet! . . . Finals! Wee hours, midnight oil, and home 
. . . I'm loafing this summer if I don't have to come to summer school! . . . Letter? 
From High Point College? Just what I expected, all O. K. but that one . . . Why 
didn't I ever go by that Prof's house?!! 





Sophomores 



TONY ADAMS 
CAROL AREY 
FRAN AVERY 
HENRY AYERS 
BOBBY BADCETT 



JAMES BARNES 
BILL BAKER 

BETTY BAUCHN 
DAVID BEAN 

GILBERT BEESON 



DIANE BINGHAM 
CLAl DETIE BLACKU'ELL 
ANNE BLANCHARD 
GEORGE N. BOOSE, JR. 
OTIS BOROUGHS 



ERNEST BREWER 
MARYETTE BROUN 
GILBERT BUCK 
MARTHA BULLA 
JAMES VV. BURCER 



CAROLYN CALLOWAY 
LINDA CHASTAIN 
CORB1N CHERRY 
HELEN CLAY 
JIM CLINE 



JANE WRENN COATES 
JIM COOK 

WILLIAM E. DAMON 
ELEANOR R. DAVIS 
JOHN DAVIS 



HERBERT DAVIS 
l'ECCY DAVIS 
WILL DAVIS 
SYLVIA DEATON 
KEITH DODSON 



BETTY CRAY DORMAN 
JONNYE SUE DRAUGHN 
EDNA ROSE DUNCAN 
BETTY EVERIIART 

NORMAN EAIRCLOTH 



Sophomores 



JUDITH ANN FISH 

CLEN GARY FLETCHER 
CAROLYN FUSSELL 
DAN FUSSELL 
H. LLOYD GINNS 



PATI COLDSTON 

WILLIAM OUINN GOODMAN 
EARL LEA VON CRAY 
BETSY GREENE 
LEE GROOME 



FRED HANDY 
TOM MANNER 
ELIZABETH HARDIN 

BARBARA MADISON HARRIS 
KAREN EDWARDS HARRIS 



RONNIE HUM If 
SELMA HAZEMEY 
II II HENRY 

ANN HIGIISMITH HILL 
ELAINE HOOVER 



CHARLES LOUIS HUFF. JR. 
JAMES ALSON HODGIN 

TERRY RICHARD HUTCHINS 
SARA JACKSON 

CHARLES ROSS JOHNSON 



WALLACE REID KI'.AKNS 
THURMAN KELLY 

MII.FORD LOY KENNEDY 
TOMMY KERR 
FRANK K1MBRO 



JOE A. LAW 

JAMES H. LAWRENCE, JR. 
ARNOLD THOMAS I.AWSON 
DELE LEE 

JAMES RICHARD LESTER 



FRANCES ANN LEWIS 

CAROLYN LOWDER 

HELEN LUCAS 

BILL McKECHNIE 
PERRY LUKE MeKINNEY 





Sophomores 



RUTH ANN MACON 
CHARLES MANN 
FRANCES MARION 
RONALD MARTIN 
CAROLYN MILLER 



PHYLLIS CAROLE MINTER 
SARAH MONTGOMERY 
BILL MOORE 

DONALD M. MORCAN 
WILLIAM L. MORRIS 



KEN ATE MUELLER 
HON NESBITT 
SYLVIA NICKS 
PATT OLMSTED 
BOBBY OWENS 



KENNETH PAYNE 
LIZ PETERSON 

CLAUDE PHILLIPS 
SHIRLEY PHILLIPS 
BILLIE PICKETT 



CORDON scon POINDEXTER 
LEE POLLOK 

II MORCAN POPE 
JEAN PORTER FIELD 
SHELBY RACKLEY 



CLENDA BADCLIFFE 
PAT RAY 
DENNIS II. REDDINC 
ROBERT RHODES 
DOT RIDENIIOUR 



CAS RIDDLE 

CHARLES RIDDLE 

EARLE EDWARD RIDDLE 

DALLAS S. RING. JR. 

JERRY ROBERTS 



J V. ROBERSON 
ANNA ROGERS 

DEN ROUSE 

DANIEL WESLEY ROUTII 
ELIZABETH ANN RUSSELL 



Sophomores 

ANITA SEAVVELL 

BOBBIE SHEFFIELD 
CLAVIS O. SHELTON 
BEN SHORE 

BARBARA SHUFORD 



CAYE SILLS 

WELDON E. SIMPSON 
JEANETTE SMALL 
JACQUELYN SMITH 
ANNE STARR 



CAROL STEELE 
W1NI STUART 
CHRYSTELLA STULZ 
ALICE SWETLAND 
DORIS TALLF.Y 



BILL THOMPSON 

ANN WILLIAMS THORNTON 
KATHY TRAYWICK 
HARRIETT TRUELOVE 
CAROLYN TULLOCH 



MARILYN TULLOCH 

THOMAS HART TURNER 
BOBBIE RAY VENABLE 
ED VENABLE 
K M VESTAL 



RONALD WACIIS 
ELLEN WALTON 
TOM WARREN 
R. C. WATTS 

FRANK WESTBROOk 



PATTY RAMONA WESTMORELAND 
EARL WHITAKER 
LYNN WILLIAMS 
SHELBY WILLIAMS 
DOUGLAS WOODLIEF 



HAROLD EDWARD WRIGHT. JR 
THOMAS JACKSON ZIMMERMAN, JR 




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Sonic of the foreign students, Ben Zambrana, Lucy Garcia, Ingcr Wcsterholm, Marianne Bcrghmd, Tony 
Wen, Mariano Fernandez, Manuel de la Torre, and a professor. Dr. Berkis, gather at the fountain. 

Foreign Students Study at H. P. C. 



The foreign students have not only enriched their own lives through study 
at High Point College, but they have also made an invaluable contribution to 
the life of the campus as they taught both students and faculty lessons of 
understanding, friendliness, tolerance, and a new world viewpoint. They opened 
new horizons to the whole campus as they became an intrinsic part of its life. 




Inger and Marianne enjoy dormitory life at High Point. 



Ben runs an experiment in the chemistry laboratory. 




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College! Gee, will they treat us rough? What's Orientation? Will I get a bid 
from a fraternity? I'm a little seared . . . Age 18, irrepressible youth— that's what 
they call us . . . Things aren't bad at all, but I did get a little tired after carrying all 
that luggage to third floor . . . I'm not treated too rough except for the time I was 
caught without my beanie. Yes, that purple and white thing perched on my head. 

looks as if I might make a fiat . . . parties, parties, parties . . . but I hear you 
can't be initiated without a 'C average . . . Grades— all I do is study, but I can't 
seem to put down what the prof wants . . . Maybe I had better slip out and see one 
of my professors some Sunday night . . . Isn't it great that the upperclassmen let us 
take our beanies off a month before Thanksgiving? That one day for Thanksgiving 
certainly did help! 





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BUDDY LANIER, Treasurer; EUNICE YOUNG, Secretary; 
DARYL McGUIRE, Vice-President. 






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Christmas— wonder if my girl will come up? . . . Sure did enjoy the dance with 
. . Already talk of exams. This soon? I'll take my hooks home over the holi- 
days and study . . . Those exams sure were hard, nothing like I expected. Should 
have studied over Christmas . . . Registration again! Glad I got that Biology lab 
changed from 2:30 . . . What's this about us having to cut up a frog? . . . Spring 
vacation this soon? ... A big name band! I just hope that certain person gets 
around to calling me at 2-9128. Back to the grind . . . heavier books with smaller 
print . . . Feverish studying and cards from the dean ... it won't be long until final 
exams and summer . . . Summer's bright interruption! Hope that new job I've lined 
up comes through . . . Oh, well, tune will tell. 





Freshmen 



Shirley ALBERTSON 
Sylvia ALEXANDER 
Henry R. ANDREWS 
Leilani ASSAF 
Dallon AUMAN 
Texie Ann AVERS 



John Douglas BARR 
James G. BASON 
Ronald BAXLEY 
Sylvia Ann BEESON 
Nan BELK 
Marianne BERGLUND 



Joyce BICCUM 
Joan BLACKWELDER 
Gail BOLICK 
Jackie BOWERS 
Hague BOWMAN 
Annie Carol BOYD 



Bob BRENDLE 
Dale BROWN 
Carolyn BRUTON 
Peggy BUFFALOE 
David BULLINS 
Freddie BURNEY 



Ruby Jean BURROUGHS 
Mary Wamble BURTON 
Bobby L. BUTLER 
Robert Tyson CALLAHAN 
Hugh CAMERON 
Mrs Kay CANADY 



Kenneth W. CARLE 
Carolyn CARPENTER 
Dorothy CHADWICK 
Carol CHAPMAN 
Betty CHARD 
Larry CHASON 



Martha CHEVES 
Robert CLARK 
Jackie COLE 
M. 2. COLLINS 
Karen COMBS 
Oscar A. COMPTON 



Dell Lucretia CONRAD 
Carroll COOPER 
Ben COPPLEY 
Nancy S. CRAVEN 
Mary Lou CRAVER 
Peggy CREASY 



Jackie CREECH 
George W. CROSS 
Ray Wilson CROSS 
Donald William CROW LEY 
Ken CRUTCHFIELD 
Cerard M. CURRIER 



Freshmen 

Lee Attress DANIELS 
Vance DAVIS 
Janice DAVIS 
Robert DEAN 
David Stuart DESKINS 
Marlha DOBBINS 



Dun DRAI'EU' 
Jim DRUM 
Jack DUNIVANT 
Merilyn FAIRCLOTH 
David A. FAIRLEY 
Eleanor Ruth EISHEL 



Julia II FISHER 
Clyde FITZGERALD 
Mike FLANAGAN 
Fred FOWLER 
Don FREEMAN 
Tommy FULK 



Joseph Marion FULK 
Ann Cm (-ANDY 
Judith GARNER 

Audrey I.. GARRETT 
Jack CENTRY 
Carolyn GIBBS 



Frances GIBSON 

Libb) GRAHAM 

Ha* ! GREENE 

Jackie Varrion GUTHRIE 

Bill t. II 
Marilyn GUYER 



Dan HACKNEY 
Don HALLOCK 
Ann HARDING 
Louise HARRIS 
Mm HARRIS 

Kay HEDRICK 



David HELI.EH 

Gene HELMS 

Ralph HELSABECK 
Joe HEMINCW AY 
Cerald HILL 
J HILL 



Cleo Mine HODGES 
Barbara HOLLAND 
Sheryl HOL1.EY 
T \Y. HOLLINCSUORTH. 

JR. 
Linda HOLTON 
Joseph Alvin HOUGH 



I jgj HOWARD 
Thomas I HOWARD 
Alice HUDSI'ETH 
Jimmy HUFFMAN 
Mieki HUNSl'CKER 
Crowson HUNT 





Freshmen 



Don JARRETT 
Becky JARVIS 
Jean JARVIS 
Don JENKINS 
Wayne JOHNSON 
Manuel uV la TORRE 
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Ernestine JONES 
Ken JORDEN 
C. JORDON 
Doris Ann JOYCE 
Ellen JULIAN 
Amelia KELLY 



Cary KENNEDY 
Elizabeth Anne KIKER 
Calvin D. KNOTT 
Jerry KOONTZ 
Crover C. LADD 
Robert L. LANCDON 



Buddy LANIER 
Charles F. LEMAR 
Lila LEMMOND 

Bruce LONG 

Wanda LYNCH 

Barbara Anne McARTHUR 



Carolyn MeCLURE 

Gaynell McENTIRE 

Daryl McCUIRE 

Mary McNATT 

Myrtle McNEILL 

Wesley Dexter MePHERSON 



Carole Lane MABE 

Nancy Ann MACKINTOSH 

Shirley MARSHALL 

Dan E. MARTIN 

Janet MARTIN 

Edwin Harrison MEADE 



Barbara MERCHANT 
Paul MERRITT 
Norma Cay MILLER 
Larry MOORE 
James MORGAN 
jerry MOSER 



James Robert MOSS 
Virginia MUSGROVE 
Nancy Andrews MYERS 
Ann MYRICK 
Sherwood Arnold NANCE 
Suzanne NeSMITH 



Sylvia NEWTON 
Carolyn NICKS 
Emma Louise NOELL 
Ruth NORTON 
Claudia OWEN 
Rebecca Anne OZMENT 



Freshmen 



Sandra PARNELL 
Emily PASCHALL 
Clifford Francis PASSONS 
Joseph Darrell PEACE 
Joy PEADEN 
Mary Jean PEEDIN 



James Donald PHILLIPS 
Bobby Edgar POOLE 
Crowell E. POPE 
Charles Fred PRICE 
Dick PRIDCEN 
Cuney REDDICK 



Preston REECE 

I.'. HICYNOI I is 

Kill RICH 
Linda RICHARDS 
Shirley RICHTER 
Mariano Fernandez RICO 



Jean RIDCE 
Larry ROGERS 
John ROSE 
Larry B. SAFRIT 
Kenneth E. SHANKS 
Harvey Ralph SHAW 



Gary SHELTON 
Margaret SHELTON 
Jackie SHOUT 
Edgar Ralph SHULLER 
Howard SILVERSTEIN 

Alfred SINK 



Tommy SKIDMORE 
Darrell Cordon SMITH 
Dot SMITH 
Frame- SMITH 
George SMI I II 
Robert T. SMITH 



!(.... SMI I II JR 
Rill SPAKE 
Joe SPANGLER 
Kalie SPRINKLE 
Frederick SPURR1 
Neil SI ALLINCS 



Maryon STAPLEFORD 
Richard R. STARRETTE 
Phylhs STEED 
Normal, STEPHENS 
Herbert E. STEPHENSON 
Carl H. STINE 



Phyllis STOLTZ 
Thomas Crosby STONE 
James STOl'T 
Shelby STRICKLAND 
Jack SUGG 

Hiillie SUMPTER 




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Freshmen 



Peggy TALLEY 
Don TATE 
Mcdford TAYLOR 
John TEACUE 
Jim TERRELL 
Beth Ellen THOMAS 



Jean Arthur THOMAS 
Barbara Lee TORRENCE 
Donald dry VEREEN 
Dick VERT 
Gayc WALL 
Judith WALL 



Ann WALLER 

Roby WALLS 

John Kennon WARD 

Talmadge WATSON 

Ted WELCH 

Inger WESTERHQLM 



Larry W1IELESS 
Duree H.dl W HITAKER 
Bobhy WHITE 
David L. WILLIAMS 
Preston WILLIAMS 
Bobb) WOOD 



Sharon VVOODR1NC 

Bobhy YATES 
Eunice YOUNG 
Joyce Ann ZACOV1C 
Jerry Reid ZIMMERMAN 




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Student Christian Association 




Dr. Hudeins, Dr. Locke, J. L. Peterson, Irma 
Scruggs, ana Gary Cornell work on the final plans for 
the Student Christian Association for the year 1958. 



To bring each student on the High Point College campus into a closer 
companionship with the eternal God— such is the purpose of the Student Chris- 
tian Association. S. C. A. activities, pointed toward this end, are coordinated 
by the Student Christian Council, which is composed of three officers, faculty 
advisers, and two representatives from each religious organization on campus. 
The council plans the religious program of the entire year, seeking to stimulate 
Christian growth and development among all the students of the school. 



J. L. PETERSON, JR. 
President 



The Student Christian Association Council is as follows: First row, lejt to 
right: Jo Harrington, David Sillmon, Charles Dyson, Gary Cornell. Linda 
Richards, Patsy Freeze, Helen Rakestraw. Second row: Charles Price, 
Helen Clay. K. M. Vestal. Pope Thorton. Aaron Moss. Maryettc Brown, Lee 
Pollok, Dr. Locke. Third rote: Dr. Hudeins, Wilbur Jackson, Elmer Hall. 




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Young heads bowed before the candle-lit altar 
in the reverent stillness of the chapel, young 
hands giving generously for the care of the 
school's foster children, young minds stimulated 
into thought, questioning, and a new and grow- 
ing faith during Rcligion-in-Life week, young 
spirits filled with joy at a new perception of 
God developed from their worship experiences, 
young hearts growing in love for others and for 
God as they work, study, play, and pray to- 
gether—in these things is found the spirit of 
Christ moving upon the High Point College 
campus. 

The Student Christian Association, whose 
membership includes every student enrolled in 
High Point College, directs the worship program 
of the campus. Its activities include the inspira- 
tional devotions held each morning Monday 
through Saturday in Lindley Chapel, led by 
students and faculty members, Wednesday night 
prayer meetings, and Sunday Evening Vesper 
services. Dr. E. Stanley Jones, world renowned 
author, missionary, and evangelist conducted a 
Spiritual Life Mission at the college October 27 
through November 1. 

The spiritual highlight of the year was the 
Rcligion-in-Life Week conducted March 23-26. 
The theme, "Alone in the Crowd," was skillfully 
developed through a scries ol dramas, panel 
discussions, addresses by the Rev. R. W. Brad- 
shaw, and other meaningful worship activities. 

The special project of the Student Christian 
Association is the support of two orphaned 
Korean children, Kim Im le and Bak Tae Woung, 
who can claim the entire student body of High 
Point College for their foster parents. 

The members of the council, under the direc- 
tion of Dr. Locke, Dr. Hudgins, Miss Bowman, 
Dr. Wood, and Dr. Bartlett, have dedicated 
themselves to the fulfilling of the purpose of their 
organization: to unify and coordinate the activi- 
ties of the various religious organizations on the 
campus, and to stimulate religious life so as to 
foster a more Christian attitude among students. 




KIM IM IK 



BAK TAE WOUNG 



Kappa Chi presents their 
annual Christmas Story. 



Ronnie Wacks, Elmer 
Hall, and Dr. Peterson 
talk with Dr. E. Stanley 
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Alpha 
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Leadership, friendship, and service— sisters in the service of God— these have been the guid- 
ing principles of Alpha Delta Theta. The girls base their theme on religion. The inspiration and 
guidance' under the direction of Rev. & Mrs. Peterson made our retreat one of the greatest with 
plenty of plans coming out of it, too. The parties and socials were results of good planning and 
management. Weekly devotionals were conducted by the girls each Thursday night in the third- 
Boor clubroom of Girls' Dorm. 

The list of services and activities would fill an entire page . . . indeed it does even that. 
Everyone joins and benefits— not to forget the joint Alpha Delta Theta-Kappa Chi meeting and 
social together, and Alpha Delta Theta chorus and the Koinea groups. 

So went a succession of meaningful activities, the year moved on. All sixty-five girls could 
never forget what Alpha Delta Theta has meant to them. 



Sponsors 

Dr. Francos Muldrow 

Mrs. C. E. Rozzelle 

Mrs. W. R. Locke 




Officers 

Betty Jo Harrington 
President 

Norma Jane Kearns 
Vice-president 

Elsie Oakley 
Secretary 

Lynn Williams 

Treasurer 




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sters 



Carol Arey 
Nan Belk 
Anne Bennett 
Joyce Biccum 
Annie Boyd 
Gail Bolick 
Maryette Brown 
Kay Canady 

Dot Chadwiek 

Mary Lou Chapman 
Jane Coates 
Dell Conrad 
Mary Lou Craver 
Eleanor Davis 
Janice Davis 
Sylvia Deaton 

Audrey Dickson 
Betty Gray Dorman 
Edna Rose Duncan 
Eleanor Fishel 
Judy Fisher 
Lucy Garcia 
Ann Harding 
Barbara Harris 

Cleo Hodges 
Willie Hodges 
Elaine Hoover 
Peggy Howard 
Mickey Hunsucker 
Sara Jackson 
Sue Jackson 
Becky Jam's 

Nellie Jones 
Amelia Kelly 
Dele Lee 
Lila Lemmond 
Frances Ann Lewis 
Carolyn Lowder 
Betty Meacham 
Ann McArthur 

Carolyn Miller 
Phyllis Minter 
Ann Myrick 
Emma Lou Noell 
Pat Olmstead 
Billie Paisley 
Jean Peedin 
Liz Peterson 

Lee Pollok 
Louise Pugh 
Glenda Radcliffe 
Ronda Rohbins 
lima Jane Scruggs 
Margaret Shelton 
Bobby Shuford 
Gaye Sills 

Betsy Singlctary 
Shelby Strickland 
Wini Stuart 
Alice Swetland 

Doris Talley 
Beth Thomas 
Jean Thomas 
Harriett Truelove 

Carolyn Tulloch 
Marilyn Tulloch 
Martha Turnipsced 
Gaye Wall 
Judith Ward 
Duree Hall Whitaker 
Edna White 
Eunice Young 

Not Pictured: 
Joan Blackwcldcr 
Martha Bulla 
Jackie Creech 
Jean Jarvis 
Deedie Marlow 
Virginia Musgrove 
Janice Tutterow 
Betty Lou Williams 




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Kappa Chi Fellowship 




Wilbur Jackson, President; Paul Moss, Vice-president; Stu Taylor, Secretary; Royce Smith, 
Treasurer; Dr. William Locke, Advisor. 





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First row, left to right: Bill Baker. Gilbert Beeson, Jack Benfield, Jerry Brady, Jim Calloway, Hugh Cameron. Corbin Cherry, Gary Cornell Ken 
Crutchficld. Second row: Bill Damon, Vance Davis, Gus Deal, John Edwards, Mac Edwards, C. W, Faulkner, Tommy Fulk. Lloyd Ginns Elmer Hall 
Third row: Warren Hamilton, Charles Holcornbe, Don Jenkins, Kelley Jones, Buddy Lanier, Ed Leatherwood, John Lewis, Tommy Loftis Fred Macon 



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Seeking to stimulate better fellowship, build professional spirit, and deepen their 
devotional lives, a group of High Point College pre-ministerial students joined in 
forming a Ministerial Association. In 1951 this association affiliated with a Na- 
tional Ministerial Organization. Thus, Xi chapter of Kappa Chi had its beginning. 
Xi chapter is open to all male students who are planning to enter some phase of 
full-time Christian service. In Kappa Chi these men find "a medium of instruc- 
tion, inspiration, and realization of true fraternity based on the high ideals of Jesus 
Christ. Members of Kappa Chi are not individuals standing alone for Christ. Instead 
they belong to a fellowship of students, all striving to become better servants of 
God." Every Kappa Chi member has his heart warmed by knowing that he and 
his fellow pre-ministerial students are "Brothers in Christ." 

In addition to having weekly meetings, the Xi chapter of Kappa Chi engages 
in many other activities designed to serve High Point College and the surrounding 
community. These activities include a Christmas nativity scene, vesper programs, 
morning devotions, supply teaching and preaching, a Kappa Chi chorus, building an 
outdoor chapel, and visiting the Old Folk's Home. These activities give each 
brother an opportunity to practice the spirit of brotherhood through Christian 
Service. 




od Nance, Don N'esbitt, Ken Paxton, J. L. Peterson, John Rierson. 
Stames, Ronald Wachs, Tom Warren. Third row: 
Tony Wen, I rl Whitaker, Dwig! it Whitlock, Larry Wilkin; on, Bob Will ™en Windley, Ross Wingo, Harold Wright. Not 

pictured: Tony Adams, John Davis, Bob Catling, Bob Harris, Don Payne, Richard Pndgen, Jim Stames, Ben Zambrano. 



First row. 
Second row 



, left to right: Pedro Mayor, Bill Morris, Aaron Moss, David Myers. Sherwood Nance Don \t 
?w: Mark Rose, Ben Rouse, David Sillmon, Cene Simpson. Bill Spake. Neil Sta lings, Paul Sta 
m, Earl Whitaker, Dwight Whitlock. Larry Wilkinson. Bob Williams, David \\ ilhams Allen 

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Fellowship Teams 



Fellowship Teams inaugurated their fifth year at High 
Point College by training eighty-seven students to serve 
churches throughout North Carolina and Virginia. Working, 
playing, and worshiping together in this fellowship of service, 
these students have found a new vitality of faith. 

The teams are dedicated to the purpose of strengthening 
the youth programs in local churches, leading youth in more 
abundant Christian living, and enabling the students to gain 
experience in the youth work of the Church. 




Listed below are the teams and their 
Chairmen: Ronald Wachs, Chairman — Alice 
Swetland, Dell Conrad, Jerry Brady, Carolyn 
Lowder. Maryette Brown, Chairman — Bud- 
dy Lanier, Gaye Wall, Emily Paschall, Luke 
McKinney. Gilbert Beeson, Chairman — Em- 
ma Lou Noell, Sarah Stafford, Mary Lou 
Craver, Nellie Jones. Glenda Radcliffe, 
Chairman — Jean Thomas, Charlie Riddle, 
Jean Jarvis, Shelby Rackley. Frances Ann 
Lewis, Chairman — Hugh Cameron, Inger 
Westerholm, Gary Cornell, Betsy Kiker. Lee 
Pollok, Chairman — Sherwood Nance, Henry 
Ayers, Betty Lou Williams, Harriett True- 
love. Jim Calloway, Chairman — Margaret 
Shelton, Annie Carol Boyd, Irma jane 
Scruggs, Bill Damon. Barbara Shurord, 
Chairman — Ronda Robbins, Joy Peadin, 
Beth Thomas, Ed Leatherwood, Carolyn 
Nicks. Sylvia Nicks, Chairman — Frank West- 
brook, Martha Buffaloe, Dwight Whitlock, 
Jean Peedin. Doris Talley, Chairman — Bill 
Baker, Carolyn Gibbs, Sue Jackson, Dele 
Lee, Carolyn Tulloch. Marilyn Tulloch, 
Chairman — Edna Rose Duncan, Earl Whit- 
aker, Nan Belk, Hallie Sumpter. Jane 
Coates, Chairman — Eleanor Davis, Gaye 
Sills, Cleo Hodges, Don Drapeau, Lynn 
Williams. Tommy Loftis, Chairman — Car- 
olyn Miller, Claudia Owen, Becky Jarvis, 
Peggy Talley, Deddie Marlowe. Elmer Hall, 
Chairman — Tommy Loftis, Willie Lieu 
Hodges, Betty Gray Dorman, Harold Wright 
— Planning Committee. 

Alternates: Gene Simpson, Kenny Crutch- 
field, Peggy Davis, Lucy Garcia, Jo Har- 
rington, Aaron Moss, Richard Pridgen, 
David Sillmon, Peggy Howard, Anne Ben- 
nett, David Myers, Warren Hamilton, 
George Smith, Liz Peterson, Judith Ward, 
Paul Stames, Gus Deal, Elaine Hoover, 
Amelia Kelly, Jean Porterfield. 





Left to right above: Bob Williams, 
Treasurer; Betsy Green, Secretary; 
Kathy Traywick, Choir; K. M. 
Vestal, First Vice-president; Judy 
Fish, Alternate to Student Legis- 
lature; Earl Gray, Student Legis- 
lature; Jean Porterfield, Publicity; 
Pope Thornton, President. 



First row, left to right: Betsy- 
Greene, Kathy Traywick, K. M. 
Vestal, Pope Thornton, Wesley 
Jones. Second row: Jean Porter- 
field, Shelby Rackley, Judy Fish, 
Shelby Strickland, Betty Meacham. 
Third row: George Smith, Dick 
Prichen, Bob Williams, Earl Gray, 
Arnold Lawson, Ronald Lucas, 
Shelby Williams, Billie Paisley. 



Baptist Student Union 



The Baptist Student Union provides Baptist students with a 
leadership training ground for the local church. The B. S. U. 
seeks to meet the needs of the students through an emphasis on 
daily spiritual activity, missions participation, Bible study. Chris- 
tian fellowship, and co-operation with the local church program. 




What is 
the purpose of 
the Methodist Student 
Fellowship? The answer to 
tin's question is found as a student 
discovers an intelligent faith amid con- 
fusion, as he finds recreation and fun that 
builds Christian character, as he is presented 
the opportunity to serve others. The purpose is 
found when questions are answered such 
as: What does God's will have to do 
with my life's work? Can the life 
and teachings of Jesus be mean- 
ingful to me? The M. S. F. 
seeks to answer these 
and other questions 
by . . . 



Methodist 
Student 
Fellowship 



DELEGATES LEAVE FOR KANSAS CITY CONFERENCE: Gary Cornell, Or. 
Hudgins, Betty Cray Dorman, Lee I'ollok, Willie Lion Hodges, Tommy Loftis, Elmer 
11. ill, Harold Wright. 



Young 
Christians, working, 
playing, worshipping . . . 
together ... at Camp Betty 
Hastings breaking campus gods 
. . . communion Beside a forest- 
hidden lake . . . faculty-student family 
chat following a panel discussion . . . 
II. I'. C.n M. S. F. Halloween booth . . . 
blue taffy . . . candied apples . . . M. S. F. 
Missions fund . . . from North Carolina to Japan 
. . . Bill Wells was asked "What is the ecu- 
menical movement?" . . . swinging into the 
holiday season with a "promenade" . . . 
bound for Lawrence. Kansas, and the 
National Convocation . . . where 
hearts were strangely warmed. 
The purpose of M. S. F? 
... all these . . . and 
many more . . . 
many more. 




Westminster 
Fellowship 



First row, left to right: Tony Wen, Joe 
Spangler. Second row: Mrs. Pancoast, 
Norma J. Kearns, Betsy Singletary , Louise 
Harris, David Pancoast. Third row: Helen 
Rakcstraw, Sylvia Alexander, Liz Peterson, 
Eunice Young, Judy Fisher. Fourth row: 
Rev. Samuel Thomas, Mr. Howard Pancoast, 
Don Crowley, Charles Dyson, John Ward, 
Otis Boroughs. 




HELEN RAKESTRAW 
President 



Officers 



First row, left to right: Helen Rakestraw, President; David Pancoast, 
Assistant Secretary. Second row: Otis Boroughs, S. G. A. Representative; 
Betsy Singletary, Secretary; Liz Peterson, Devotional Chairman; Charles 
Dyson, Vice-president. 



1957-58 marked the second year on the High Point College 
campus for the Westminster Fellowship, the Presbyterian student 
organization. It was, therefore, devoted to building on the 
foundations which had been laid the previous year. Membership 
has nearly doubled, now including two dozen active members. 
Through service projects, participation in the religious program 
of the college, and other activities, Westminster has continued 
to demonstrate that it has a place on campus. 

The officers who guided Westminster during its sophomore 
year have been Helen Rakestraw, president; Charles Dyson, 
vice-president; Betsy Singletary, secretary; David Pancoast, as- 
sistant secretary; Betty Baughn, treasurer; Liz Peterson, devotions 
chairman; and Otis Boroughs, Student Government Representa- 
tive. 

Westminster meets twice a month at the home of its sponsors, 
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pancoast. Meetings feature inspiring and 
enlightening programs and discussions of topics of importance 
to Christian students. Programs are followed by periods of 
fellowship. Students of all denominations are welcome to attend 
the meetings and take part in the activities of the Fellowship. 



Advisors 

Mrs. Howard Pancoast. Mr. Howard Pancoast, Rev. Samuel Thomas. 



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Let's not forget The Academic Side 




The classroom— whether it be a lecture hall permeated with verbosity, 
a laboratory filled with would be M.D.'s, or the occasionally bright 
out-of-doors-is the center of High Point College's academic life. All 
other activities and departments of the school exist to the end that 
our classroom periods will be fifty minutes concentrated with wisdom 
and inspiration, though occasionally to the average student thinking of 
"that girl" they seem several hours of diluted boredom. All the laborious 
preparation of unending assignments on the students' part, and the 
preparation of lectures on the part of other parties concerned, is done 
with a purpose. It is intended to bring out the best in us on the day 
that really counts-the day we return to the classroom for the resume 
of all the class periods we've spent there shooting the bull, laughing at 
ante-bellum jokes, and on "off" days, discussing the subject matter of 
the course. 



Ben Zambrana uses the "Recordak" microfilm viewer to read 
the Neiv York Times. 




Miss Field watelies Sylvia Newton and Ken Carle as they practice on 
the Steinway grand pianoes. 




C. \V. Faulkner taps Elmer Hall to the 
Order of the Lighted Lamp. 



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Rising early to load for the Spring Tour. 



Student Government Association 



President 



Vice-president 





G. Ul. qaulknefL 



jjim Rode 



Higli Point College students believe in self government, 
democracy, and die principles of honor for which the 
Student Government Association stands. All students en- 
rolled at High Point College are members of the SGA and 
have the right to discuss and vote on any bills that are 
presented to them. 

This year the SGA, under the leadership of its efficient 
and popidar President C. W. Faulkner, has sponsored 
various activities such as the freshmen orientation pro- 
Secretary 



gram, holding assembly programs, the election of the May 
Queen, the planning of the May Day Dance, the election 
of the Homecoming Queen, and sending delegates to the 
state-wide Student Legislature Assembly held in Raleigh. 
Many freshmen participated in the Freshmen Talent Show 
again this year, which is one of the SGA's most successful 
projects. Bob Butler, a day student from High Point, took 
top honors this year. The student body always looks for- 
ward in the spring to the dance and concert by a big-name 
band. This gala event is also sponsored by the SGA. 

Treasurer 





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JIM ROSE 
Presider 



Left to righu jack Benfield, Reading Clerk; Larry Williams, Sergeant-ut-Arms; Jean Rufty, 

(,7<U; David My.-rs. /'rr.sic/<-i.r Pn> Tern; Bill Moore-, Parliamentarian. 



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Student Legislature 



SGA is composed of three . branches-the executive, the 
legislative, and the judiciary. The Executive Council acts 
as a co-ordinating unit for the other branches, reviewing 
legislation, bringing cases to the Judiciary Council, and 

other duties. , 

The Student Legislature acts on bills, resolutions, and 

recommendations brought up by the delegates on matters 

pertaining to students and campus life in general. 1 lie 



body, which meets regularly every two weeks, is composed 
of representatives from the four classes and from active 
campus organizations. 

The Executive Council, along with all the students, as 
members of the SGA, have strived this year to uphold, to 
strengthen, and to improve the principles of the Student 
Government Association of High Point College. 




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Judiciary Council 




The Judiciary Council tries cases of infractions of rules by students 
and will act as an appellate court for decisions of dormitory council, 
and for the settlement of other cases. Its duty is to serve any mem- 
ber of the student body who feels he has been treated unfairly. It 
acts as a mediator between the student body and the administration. 

The Judiciary Council is composed of ten members, two from 
each dorm, one from each class, and two from the day-student 
council. From these ten the members select one person to act as 
Chief Justice. 



AUBREY FLYNT 
Chief Justice 




Left to right: Jack Barrier. Harold Wright. Pat Jordan, Pat Beam, Aubrey Flynt, Bobby Yates, Aaron Moss, 
Pat Rav. C.aroh'n Calloway. Gene Simpson. ' 



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Commuters 





MAX LOFLIN 

President 

CAROLYN CALLOWAY 
Vice-President 

DOT LLOYD 

Secretary and Treasurer 



By car, bus, and on foot each day hundreds of day students pour 
into HPC for classes. They come from the city and surrounding areas 
even as far away as Statesville and Madison. Many of the day-hops are 
active in campus organizations, but others merely come to class and 
then leave for home or work as soon as classes are over. 

The day student organization, the largest on campus, spends its 
money in the treasury for some worthwhile project each year. New 
furniture for the girls' day student lounge, a scholarship for a deserving 
student, and contributions for the Alumni Gymnasium are a few of the 
projects undertaken. In addition the organization usually has a picnic 
for its members and guests in the spring. 




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Clayton Wampler solves the parking 
problem. 




"But, Dean, I always park here!" laments 
Bobby Suggs. 





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Woman's 
Dormitory 
Council 





Seated, left to right: Sylvia Holt, secretary; Sylvia Hill, president; Martha Buffaloe, treasurer; 
Pat Beam, Judiciary Council Representative. Stunding: Jane Martin, Head Proctor; Pat Ray, 
Judiciary Council Representative; Carolyn Fussel, Freshman Representative; Barbara Harris, 
vice-president. 



A "roomed ' sign on one door, a radio blaring rock-and-roll from 
another, sorority sisters and neighbors piled around the room in all 
the spaces not occupied by a pile of books or strewn with clothes— we 
hop over wet sweaters spread to dry on the floor to plug in the corn 
popper. The girls in the room overhead are practicing a waltz; the 
girls next door are banging on the wall in a demand for some quietness. 
In these surroundings we study, gab, joke, play cards, and live our 
lives. And in these surroundings we learn some of our most important 
lessons— toleration, co-operation, sharing, the integration of our per- 
sonalities into that of the group. 

Dormitory life is perhaps one of the most valuable facets of the 
college educational process. Helping us and guiding us in our adjust- 
ment to the dormitory environment are Mrs. Perry and the capable, 
sympathetic members of the dormitory council. 



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McCulloch 
Hall 
Council 



Seated: Phil Crockett, President; 'Iliad Hartley, Secretary and Treasurer. Standing: Paul 
Jones, Head Hall Proctor; Mr. Martin, Resident Counselor; Charles Watson, Vice-president. 



I am a room in McCulloch Hall. I see much of the life of the boy 
who lives in me. Both his sorrows and his joys are shared within my 
four walls. I see him studying until 3 o'clock the night before a history 
test . . . sleeping through his early 8:20 .. . playing cards with a frat 
brother late into the night . . . flooding me with water . . . squirting 
shaving cream on the mirror . . . coming in starry-eyed after a date 
. . . sleeping peacefully . . . writing home . . . being called down for 
making too much noise . . . playing his new hi fi full blast. . . . 

Many times I feel as if I can stand no more but I know as I see 
him mature, as he takes on responsibilities, as he becomes an indepen- 
dent and capable college student that I cannot let him down. I must 
give him the lonely place that he needs or the lively place for the 
gang to gather and I am glad that I can be a part of him. 




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The Order of 
The Lighted Lamp 

THE HONOR SOCIETY 

Of 
HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

Founded In 1935 




Paul Dean Atwell 
Clyde W. Faulkner, Jr. 
J. L. Peterson, Jr. 

Barbara E. Wilson 
Beverly Ann Deal 
Aubrey R. Flynt 

Patsy Hobbs Freeze 
Patricia Lou Jordan 
Fred Keith Macon 



Murphy Morgan Osborne, Jr. 
Ben Franklin Zambrana 
Barbara Ann Ayers 

Ernest Charles Dyson 
Elmer Odell Hall 
Sylvia Grey Holt 

Aaron Ward Moss 
James Douglas Rose 
David Wilde Sillmon 



Scholastic Honor 
Society 



To stimulate the love of learning and to recognize and encourage 
scholarship, the Scholastic Honor Society was inaugurated in 1957. 
Membership in the Scholastic Honor Society is one of the greatest 
honors bestowed upon a student. For election as a junior, the candi- 
date must have completed 75 semester hours of regular college work 
with a quality point ratio of 2.75. The minimum ratio for election as 
a senior is 2.25. Membership in this Society consists of students, 
honorary and associate members. 



MEMBERSHIP 



FACULTY 
Hal L. Ballew 

Helen R. Bartlett, Vice-President 

Clarice M. Bowman 

Dennis H. Cooke 

Richard Cox 

Edmund O. Cummings 

Stuart G. Deskins 

Benjamin H. Hill 

Clifford R. Hinshaw 

Walter E. Hudgins 

E. Vera Idol 

Lew J. Lewis 

R. A. Lineberry 

William R. Locke, President 

Jerome C. Smith, Secretary-Treasurer 

RETIRED FACULTY 

George H. Hobart 
Alice Paige White 



SENIORS 

Paul D. Atwell 

Clyde W. Faulkner 

Gladys L. Pugh 

James A. Sink 

ALUMNI 

Marvin H. Cashatt 

Sylvia A. Fox 

Elizabeth Gurley 

Lawrence B. Holt 

Barbara A. Huntley 

Leon H. Lee 

Pansy M. Livengood 

Arsola C. Lovelace, Jr. 

Marc C. Lovelace 

Nancy J. Lucas 

Shirley M. Melkum 

Shelby J. Mosley 

Jacqtieline Pugh 

Joseph T. Skeen, Jr. 

Mary R. Smiley 

Ray A. Warlick, Jr. 

Mrs. Thomas H. White 

Eleanor Young 




Tony Wen, Vice President: Willie Lieu Hodges, Secretary and 
Treasurer; Pedro Mayor, President. 



International 
Relations 
Club 



"To better understand the nations of the world and to 
help the students on campus understand" is one of the 
purposes of the International Relations Club. We, the 
members, try to do this through our programs of slides, 
films, speakers, and discussions on other nations and with 
the people of other nations. 

One of the highlight programs of the year was "I Saw 
the Communists Take Czechoslovakia in 1948," by Dr. 
Mayor. 

The officers serving this year are Pedro Mayor, President; 
Tony Wen, Vice-president; Willie Lieu Hodges, Secretary- 
Treasurer. Dr. Joe Bemd served as Faculty Advisor. 



Seated, left to right: Ingar Westerholm, Cleo Hodges. Tony Wen, Beverly Deal, Willie Lieu 
Hodges. Standing: Alice Sweatland, Virginia Musgrovc, Jackie Creech, Pedro Mayor. 




Future Business 
Leaders of 
America 



Behind the desks of America's largest business firms 
in ten years you will find the present-day business students 
that belong to the F. B. L. A. at High Point College. 

The meetings have been sparkling in variety with 
speakers, committee reports on business projects, making 
plans for the "Charleston Show," campaigning to get their 
candidate elected as State Secretary, and convention work. 
A new sponsor was welcomed this year— Dr. H. H. Burham. 
He has been a great help in strengthening the organization. 




Randy Burgess, president; C. B. Crook, vice-president; Judy Wilson, 
Secretary; Al Lane, treasurer; Joe Siceloff, corresponding secretary. 



First row, left to right: Roy Allen. Carol Arey, Larrv Chason, Pati Goldston, Weldon Idol, 
Mack Mackintosh. Second row: Nancy Mackintosh, Betsy Payne, Betty Payne, Scotty 
Poindexter, Shelby Racklcy, Bill Simpson. Third run- Ben Shore, Randell Shuler, Carol 
Steele, Linda Richards. 





OFFICERS 

BETSY SINGLETARY Representative to Student Legislature 

NORMA KEARNS Secretory 

RACHEL GOODMAN Treasurer 

RAYMOND GARDNER Vice-president 

BETSY HEDGECOCK : .Publicity Chairman 

LOUISE PUCH Program Chairman 

OSCAR CULLER President 



Future Teachers 
of America 




The Future Teachers of America offer 
participation in improving the welfare and 
competence of teachers; in programs to attract 
capable young people to the teaching profession; 
in professional organizations— local, state, and 
national, and in building the educational pro- 
grams needed for our times. 

Officers for the year were Oscar Culler, Presi- 
dent; Raymond Gardner, V ice-president ; Norma 
Jane Kearns, Secretary; Rachel Goodman, Treas- 
urer; Betsy Singletary, SGA Representative; 
Louise Pugh, Program Chairman. 

Proud to teach, the Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica will lead the way, heeding the call of youth. 



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Veterans 
Club 



The members of the Veteran's Club are former 
service personnel. They have organized into a 
group with the aim of better enabling themselves 
to pursue their common goal of education 
through their collective efforts. 

Officers for the year are Bob Nelson, President; 
Richard Jordan, Vice-president; and John Pycior, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 




Bob N'eilson, President; John Pycior, Secretary-Treasurer. 



First row, left to right: Bob Lawson. John Pycior, David Campbell. Second row: Bob 
Neilson, Robert A. Lee, Jr., Don Hallock, Paul Michael. 





The Hi-Po 



KVI.i: STIHI.INC 

Edifor-in-Cnief 



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HIGH POINT COLLEGE, 1958-This spring, volume 32 of the Hi-Po 
closed its covers on an eventful year. It was the year of Sputnik, Muttnik, 
space-age, and Asian-Flu. 

Many of the events of our time were chronicled by the sagacious 
Gerald Fitzpatric and Patric Fitzgerald who pondered world problems 
with Charlie Johnson over bookstore coffee. 

It was the year that Wen put the world in a nutshell, Barber con- 
tributed various features and paraded his "belles" across page six, and 
the Panther returned for a brief sojourn. 

In scanning the pages of volume 32, we hope that we have added 
something to the history of the Ili-Po and that volume 33 will witness 
an even better year. 



RAY WICKER 




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CHARLES JOHNSON FRED BARBER 



Seated, left to right: Charles Johnson, Kyle Stirling. Standing: Sue Jackson, Pat Jordan, 
Mell Busbin, Ray Wicker, Jean Ridge, Tony Wen. 




Business Staff 




HIGH POINT COLLEGE, 1958- 
Through the efforts of Gene Simpson, 
Hi-Po Business and Advertising Manag- 
er, everyone at HPC knows that Viceroy 
has 20,000 filter traps, and anytime is a 
good time for Coke. 

Although the Hi-Po is financed in part 
by student-activity fees, a certain amount 
of advertising is needed to cover the 
cost of each edition. It is the responsibil- 
ity of the Business Manager and his staff 
to see that production costs are kept 
within the budget for each issue. 

This year, like all years in the past, 
the business staff of the Hi-Po has strived 
to keep the paper in the black and leave 
ample funds for the next year. 



"VOICE OF THE STUDENTS" 




The Official Newspaper of High Poiar College. Hi*b Point, N. C 
PubluMtd Bi-Wccklr Except During Holidar Periods 

Enned *i (hud class muter oo October 19. 1950. x the Post Office 
at High Point, N. C. under Act of Congress of March 5. 1879- 

NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, INC. 

College Publisher's Representatives 

420 M*d.»oo A»enue. New York. N. Y. 

Chicago - Boston - Los Angeles - San Francisco 

Subscription and Ad^emiing Rates Upon Request 



Editor 

News Editor . 



Feature and Art Editor . 
Sports Editor 



Kyle Stirling 

Charles Johnson 

Fred Barber 

Ray Wicker 



Business and Advertising Manager ________„- Gene Simpson 

Circulation Manager , Harold Wright 

Staff Writers Pat Jordao, Mell Busbin, Dick Wilson, 

Murphy Osborne, J, V. Roberson, Bob 

Weinoerry, Sue Jackson, Bill Swaim, 

Elaine Hoover, Al Windley, Tony Wen. 

Business Staff Don Ncsbitt, Beverly Deal, Fran Lewis 





Zenith 



We offer you your 1958 Zenith. We offer you this record of a 
year of your life, the fun you had, the friends you played and 
studied with, the hall games, the plays, the religious services, the 
parties, the dances you attended, the hours you spent in classes, 
in the bookstore, in the library, downtown. 

We offer you a picture of High Point College to hold in your 
memory, the old, the new, the athletic, the spiritual, the crowded, 
the lonely, the scholastic, the social. 

We offer you the labor of our minds and bodies, hours spent 
over a typewriter . . . struggling with the layout . . . obtaining 
just the right picture . . . selling advertisements . . . making picture 
appointments . . . interviewing . . . writing copy . . . proofreading. 

All this is a part of our gift to you— your 1958 Zenith. 



JEAN RUFTY 
Editor-in-Chief 








FRED BARBER 



AL TREYARTIIEN 



MR. RUI'ORI) I'ORTER 



Seated, left to right: Fred 
Barber, Jean Rufly, Sylvia 
Hill, Pat Beam. Standing: 
Edna Rose Duncan. Wilbur 
Jackson. Doris Tallcy. Belty 
Gray Dornian, Sue Jackson. 
Louise Harris, Barbara 
Ayers. Mell Bushin. Jackie 
McCulloch. 



Staff 



JEAN RUFTY Editor 

SUE JACKSON Associate Editor 

MELL BUSBIN Picture Editor 

EMMA SMITH Assistant 

AL TREVARTHEN Art Editor 

AVIE GUNN Senior Editor 

BETTY GRAY DORMAN Class Editor 

EDNA ROSE DUNCAN Assistants 

MARYETTE BROWN 

DORIS TALLEY Sororiti/ Editor 

BOB WIENBERRY Fraternity Editor 

BILL SWAIN Copy Editors 

BARBARA AYERS 

WILBUR JACKSON Administration Editor 

HAROLD WRIGHT Sports Editor 

MARTHA TURNIPSEED Feature Editor 

FRED BARBER Photographer 

LOUISE HARRIS Chief Typist 

SYLVIA HILL Layout Manager 

JACKIE McCULLOH Directory Editor 

PAT BEAM Snapshot Editor 




SUE JACKSON 




Left: Edna Rose Duncan and 

ISi-lty Gray Dornian. 

Right: Barbara Ayres. 




Zenith Business Staff 



To the business staff of the Zenith falls the task of financing the yearbook. 
All a part of the task are business meetings, conferences with advisers, collecting 
money for class pictures, tramping the city streets in search of advertisements, 
contacting prospects, and working with special money-raising projects. The 
generous use of time and effort by the business staff is a major contribution 
to the strength of the college annual. 

The special project of the Zenith staff is the Miss High Point College contest. 
Hard work and careful planning went into its organization and presentation, 
and the staff was delighted at the enthusiasm with which the charming and 
colorful production was received by its audience. 



HOWARD HOLBROOK 



CHARLES JOHNSON 




CHARLIE HOLCOMBE 



Charles Johnson, Howard Holbrook, Betsy Kiker. Shirley Phillips. 




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First Row: Richard Cox. Libby Bell, Charlie Holcomb, Charlie Riddle, Libby Graham, Sylvia Newton, Jeanelte Small, Judith Ward, Lynn 
Williams, Margaret Shelton, Judy Fisher, Pat Moore, Emma Lou Nooll, Carolyn Gibbs, Dick Vert, Henry Andrews, Neil Stalling*, Alan 
Everheart. Second Roto: Tom Warren, Stu Taylor. Rill Damon, Don Ncsbitt, Shelby Nelson, Anna Rogers, Judy Wilson, Doris Talley, 
Gaye Sills, Marilyn Tulloch, Clenda Radclille, Nan Belle, Texie Ann Ayers, Gaye Wall, Charles Vaughn, David Myers, Hugh Cameron, 
Don Drapeau, Tony Adams. Third Row: Dean Rrown, Raymond Gardner, Wilbur Jackson, Glenn Lloyd, Warren Hamilton, Gene Simp- 
son, Charles Huff, Betsy Kiker, Jackie Smith, Jo Harrington, Sarah Stafford. Alice Swetland, Carolyn Miller, Maryette Brown, Mark 
Rose, Norman Wicker, Arnold Lawson. Rob Williams, Charles Price. Raul Atwell. Fourth Row: Kelly Jones, John Edwards, Don Payne, 
Rhonda Robbins, Mary Lou Chapman, Liz Peterson, Mary Jane Waters, Duree Whitaker, Frank Westbrook, Jerry Kay, Dick Walker. 



Officers of the choir are, left to right: Maryette Brown, secretary; David Myers, 
president; Jo Harrington, historian; Paul Atwell, vice-president. 




If you are in choir, then you know what 
it is to experience the full, proud, wholesome 
feeling that comes when you stand shoulder 
to shoulder with rows of purple-robed fellow 
choirsters during a concert and feel the hot 
lights in your face. You know what it is to 
"break forth" into song and feel the "oneness" 
of the choir. It is then that you know what 
Mr. Cox means when he says, "There is 
something in art that speaks to a part of us. 
It says something that nothing else says. It 
puts the element of beauty into life." 




A Cappella 
Choir 



' There is a Balm . . . !' page two . . . third score . . . sing!" 

"Hap-py birth-day to you, Hap-py ..." 

The earnest expectation on the face of the choir director melts 
into a look of pretended consternation as his upraised arms fall 
helplessly to his sides; then a mischievous grin sneaks through 
as he balances himself from one foot to the other. 

The seventy-odd voices add a resonant "A-men" to the tradi- 
tional melody. (Mr. Cox has more birthdays in a single year 
than anyone else. ) 

Valiantly he again lifts his arms and patiently repeats: "page 
two . . . third score . . . last measure with pickup." This time 
the multitude of voices 'break forth' and choir is again in re- 
hearsal. 

"Some of the basses are moving too soon . . . wait for my cue!" 

"Tenors at D . . . tenors at D . . . now, sing!" 

"Let's look at 'All We Like Sheep . . .' in which we go astray; 
the sopranos go up while the tenors go down . . . and so forth . . ." 

"Now this line has a lot of surprises in it, and you'll be even 
more surprised when you get it right." 

Yes, these cues may seem incomprehensible . . . humorous . . . 
but they will push the stray notes back into their places in the 
melody and send them on their way toward helping to mold a 
seemingly diverse multitude of separate sounds into a living 
work of art. 




MR. RICHARD COX 
Director 



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Band 




The Concert Band helps to 
increase musical enjoyment and 
understanding among its mem- 
bers and among its audiences 
by studying thoroughly and per- 
forming effectively the best band 
literature of all periods. Another 
contribution to student enjoy- 
ment is the band's appearance 
at pep assemblies and at home 
basketball games. 

The band played a number of 
concerts both first and second 
semester for high school audi- 
ences as well as for audiences at 
the college. Student conductors 
appear on every program, and 
several student arrangements as 
well as original compositions 
have been given first perform- 
ances. 






First Row, left to right: Bin Rouse. Shelby Jean Nelson. Edwin Meade. Betsy Bryant, Dell Conrad, Sheryl 
Holley, Clyde Fitzgerald, Reid Kearns, Sylvia Newton, John Edwards. Richard Walker. Second Row: Tony- 
Adams. Glenn Lloyd. Jack Zimmerman, Linda Richards. Ken Carle. Ruth Ann Sears, Sandra Parnell, Henry 
Andrews, Tommy Adams, Jack Cole, Don Nesbitt. Third Row: John Ward. Edna White, Amelia Kelley, Jack 
Harrier, Dr. Lewis. Boh Clark, Jerry Roberts, Jerry Kay, ".Shrimp"' Flint, Ray Starrctte. Shirley Marshall. 
Eu"ene W'alkins. 



Music. . .The Language of Love 



Symphony 
Orchestra 



The High Point Symphony Orchestra draws its membership both from High Point College, 
and from the community. The orchestra rehearses and performs in Memorial Auditorium on the 
campus. The orchestra joined the choir in the annual Christmas Concert and presented a full 
orchestra concert in the spring. 




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The Tower Players 






The Tower Players is the name of the High Point College drama 
group. Each year three major productions and two minor produc- 
tions are presented. Miss Jane DeSpain, head of the speech 
department, directed all of the major plays, which included 
"Anastasia," "Get Thee Behind Me," and "Room Service." "These 
Dog-gone Elections" was one of the minor productions, and Mr. 
Herman Coble, who joined the speech department this year, 
directed another minor play, "Helena's Husband." 

Membership in Tower Players is open to all who wish to partici- 
pate in any phase of the long hours of work necessary to present 
a perfect performance on opening night. 



LARRY WILLIAMS President 

MARK ROSE Vice-president 

WINI STUART Secretary 

LIBBY BELL Treasurer 

BEVERLY DEAL Student Legislature Representative 



Members of the Tower Players are 
Edna White. Libby Bell, K. M. Vestal, 
Larry Williams, Shrimp Flynt, Don 
Nesbitt, Carolyn Miller. Judy Wilson, 
Wini Stuart. Doris Talley. Bob Seott, 
Mark Rose, Jo Harrington, Roncla 
Robbins, Aaron Moss. Don Drapcau, 
Linda Richards, Jimmy Calloway. 
John Riorson. Gary Cornell. Charlie 
Riddle, Harriet Truelove, Bill Damon, 
Fred Handy, and Jim Rose. 





Clarence, an angel, confers with Sinbad. 



Ann and Bob waltz in Vienna. 




"Get Thee Behind Me," an original musi- 
cal, was written by Ronald Everett, Garland 
Young, Judy Wilson, and Dr. Lewis. This 
production was the second Annual Student- 
Faculty Review. The plot pended on the 
inheritance of $100,000 if Cass were mar- 
ried by his twenty-first birthday. The 
search for a wife takes place in New York, 
Jamaica, Paris, and Vienna. A North Caro- 
lina girl finally won his heart. However, 
the inheritance did not come through. 

Music from "Damn Yankees," "My Fair 
Lady," popular calypso music, and an orig- 
inal score written by Dr. Lewis was 
featured. Faculty members participating 
were Mr. Cox, Mr. Porter, Miss Ethridge, 
and Miss Marge Case. 



Ginny Jenny calls for Freddie's Ballad "Mack the Knife 



Dolly Dawn docs interpretative dancing to calypso. 



Cockneys receive lessons from Save-A-Vowel Mission. 




ANASTASIA 

The auditorium is a scene of complete and absolute con- 
fusion. Rehearsals for Anastasia are in full swing. Hundreds 
of activities are going on at once . . . stage crews hammering, 
painting, shouting orders to each other, actors being cued 
and asking questions, excitement mounting to the heights 
on opening night. The curtain opens and the show is on! 
All too soon the show is over, the stage is crowded with 
well-wishers, and a feeling of accomplishment and self-satisfac- 
tion fills us as we realize the end of a successful performance. 

The play is based on the life of a girl, lost in the depths ol 
amnesia, who confided in a nurse in a mental hospital, claiming 
that she is actually the Grand Duchess Anastasia, daughter of 
the murdered Russian czar. An unscrupulous Russian general 
takes the girl under his wing and tries to pass her off as the 
lost duchess in order to gain her inheritance. 



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ROOM SERVICE 

Where can I find one stuffed moose head and two stuffed 
owls? You don't mean they take off my clothes, do you? Am 
I nervous enough? Do I fall out of the bathroom right? Will 
there be enough clothes to get out of the closet? Is the 
typewriter on in this act? Is this make-up okay? How about 
this dress; is it the right color? These and many more questions 
were fired at Jane DeSpain. our director, during the production 
of "Room Service." This comedy received splendid reviews 
on Broadway and in High Point. The plot concerns a penniless 
theatrical producer whose attempts to raise sufficient backing 
to get his play onto a stage led him and his colleagues from 
one chuckle-provoking situation to another. 

Involved in the comedy's whirling course are an apoplectic 
hotel executive, a case of ersatz measles, the pawning of the 
playwright's typewriter to raise money for the production, 
twenty-two unemployed actors taking up residence in a hotel 
ballroom, and a phony suicide as a climax to the hysterical 
festivities. 




THESE DOG-GONE 
ELECTIONS 

The hilarious one-act comedy. "These 
Dog-gone Elections," was well-received by 
the High Point College students. The main 
complication of the play involved the 
coming election. The father, a staunch 
Democrat, and the mother, a loyal Re- 
publican, each tried to win the election 
by bribing their idiot son into voting for 
their candidate. The comedy was directed 
by Miss Jane DeSpain. 




HELENA'S HUSBAND 

"Helena's Husband," a humorous satire on the story 
of Helen of Troy, was directed by Herman Coble, Jr. 
and was received with uproarious laughter by the 
delighted audience. 





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FAYE EMERSON 

Community 
Concerts 



JOSEPH LIEBLING AND THE 
MASTER SINGERS 



RAY DUDLEY 



BEVERLY BOWER 



The Community Concerts, held in 
High Point College Memorial Auditor- 
ium, afford a significant cultural contri- 
bution to college life. The Little 
Orchestra Society directed by Thomas 
Scherman with Faye Emerson as narra- 
tor presented the first program of the 
year. The Mastersingers appeared next, 
followed by Beverly Bower, Soprano, 
and Ray Dudley, pianist. 



THOMAS SCHERMAN 




Panhellenic Council 




Seated, left to right: Dot Ridenhour, Jo Harrington, Pat Olmstead. Standing: 
Shirley Yokley, Sylvia Holt, Pat Ray, Patsy Hobbs. 



The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to co- 
ordinate sorority affairs and to air any problems that 
cannot or should not be solved within the individual 
sorority. Panhellenic formulates the rules which 
govern rushing and supervises the general rush 
program. Our main object is to foster friendly rela- 
tions among the four sororities and to encourage 
co-operation instead of competition. 

There are four sororities at High Point, and Pan- 
hellenic is composed of two sisters from each group 
and an advisor. The tea, which is held each fall for 
those girls interested in rush, is a project of the 
Panhellenic. Rushing, shaking hands, pledging, and 
initiation are the outward and visible signs of the 
inward working of this group. 

Officers for this year are: Jo Harrington, president; 
Avie Gunn, Vice-president; Patsy Hobbs, Secretary; 
and Dot Ridenhour, Treasurer. 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



Kappa Delta 





The purpose of the tea, which is 
held each fall in the Student Center 
and is sponsored by the Panhellenic 
Council, is to acquaint the prospective 
rushees with members of the sorori- 
ties. This is the official opening of 
Greek Week. 





PRESIDENTS OF THE 
SORORITIES 

Seated, left to right: Shirley Yokley, Phi Mu; 
Sue Freshwater, Alpha Gamma Delta. 
Standing: Barbara Wilson, Kappa Delta; 
Pat Olmstead, Zeta Tau Alpha. 




Phi Mo 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



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Interfraternity Council 




Standing, left to right: Don Kryc, first semester president; Martin Poyner, secretary; Hassel 
Strader, treasurer; Roger Furr, vice-president. Seated: Bill Tyson, second semester president. 




First row, left to right: Bill Tyson, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Don Frye, Delta Sigma Phi; 
Marin Poyner, Pi Kappa Alpha; Danny Sewell Sigma Phi Epsilon. Pope Thorn on Theta 
Chi Second row: Roger Furr. Delta Sigma Phi; A Trevarthan, Pi kappa Alpha Bobby 
Candy Lambda Chi Alpha; Hassel Strater, Theta Chi; Steve Afend.s. Tau Kappa Eps.lon. 
M4 pictured: Paul Jones. Lambda Chi Alpha; Jim Sumner. Tau kappa Epsilon. 



The Interfraternity Council is the co- 
ordinator of the social fraternities on 
campus— its main objective is to further 
by unification and high ideals the stan- 
dards of brotherhood, character, and 
scholarship necessary to any worthy fra- 
ternity. 

This year the IFC continued its practice 
of setting up the rules and regulations for 
rushing members for the fraternity, spon- 
soring the Annual Christmas Dance, which 
is open to the entire student body of High 
Point College, and the annual Spring 
Dance for fraternity men and their dates. 

The Interfraternity Council is an or- 
ganization composed of two representa- 
tives from each fraternity. It was founded 
to govern all fraternities, to study their 
problems, and to promote co-operation 
and friendship among its components. Not 
only does this friendship last throughout 
college life and with friends made on 
campus, but will extend far into the future. 



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OFFICERS 

SUE FRESHWATER President 

ANNE SHERRILL First Vice-president 

LIZ PETERSON Second Vice-president 

LINDA SECUREST Recording Secretary 

PEGGY DAVIS Treasurer 

CAYLE LEMMOND Corresponding Secretanj 



Gamma Eta Chapter of 
Alpha Gamma Delta 





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Linda Briggs. Patsy Hobbs. Betty Rose Jarrett. Ramona Leonard, Helen Rakc-straw, Pat Ray. 



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First rom, /c/r ft) rig/if: Sylvia Alexander, Leilani Assaf. Betty Baughn, Mary Lou Chapman, Eleanor Davis, Jeanene 
Fowler, Duree Hall. Second row: Selma Hazemey, Carol Imwold. Lila Lemmond, Ruth Ann Macon, Anne McArthur. 
Sylvia Nicks, Jaunita Parks. Third row: Anita Seawell, Hallie Sumpter, Kathy Trayvvick, Lynn Williams, Eunice Young. 




"Chums Are We" 

Top to bottom, left to right: Cherished 
Memories of the Feast of Roses— Look- 
ing "cute" for the Twin Twirl.— Girls, are 
you trying to win the Academy Award?— 
That sophisticated look!— Anybody for a 
kiss?— Oh! Those P. J. parties!— In the 
party mood. 



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BARBARA WILSON 
President 



SYLVIA HILL 
Vice-president 



BEVERLY DEAL 
Treasurer 




DOT RIDENHOUR 
Assistant Secretary 



PAT JORDAN 
Editor 



NANCY CREWS 
Membership Chairman 




First 
Hoover 



Row: Carol Arty. Diane Bingham, Betty Jean Brooks, Martha Bulla. Betty Gray Dorman, Edna Rose Duncan, June Elder, Elai 
. Second Row: Sharon Ingram, Sara Jackson, Nellie Jones, Carolyn Miller, Jackie McCulloh, Jackie Smith, Sarah Jane Wall. 



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Left to right: 

The White Rose Ball— Memories are made on a lovely evening 

Beach trips must be a R I O 77 

Kappa Delta Rush Parties were so enjoyable . . . 

Fun, relaxation, and more fun . . . 

Why stand in line? . . . There's an empty chair waiting for you 

Too bad those lips and teeth aren't real . . . 



Pledges 







First row, left to right: Joyce Davis, Carolyn Fussell, Judy Camer, Linda Groome, Peggy Howard, Shirley Marshall. Second row: Nancy 
Mackintosh, Suzanne NeSmith, Lucia Porcelli, Carol Purvis, Lynn Reynolds. Jean Ridge. Katie Sprinkle, Anne Starr. Not Pictured: Nancy 
Andrews, Martha Cheves. 



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Carol Chapman. Karen Combs. IV««v Creasy, Ann 

Gandy, Libby Graham, Barbara Holland, Linda 
Holton, Norma Miller, Sara Montgomery, Patsy 
Poole, Chrystella Stultz, Barbara Torrenee, Martha 

Turnipseed, Janice Tutterow. 



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MISS NATALIE KTHERIDCE 
Advisor 



September and all our girls return to H. P. C. campus 
looking forward to another great year in the bond of dear 
Phi Mu . . . Greetings were exchanged and we all reminisced 
about the beach ... if we had only used sun tan lotion!! 
. . . all of those friendships (WOW) . . . We met the 
freshman class . . . Rush-rush . . . those pink elephants!! 
. . . Best pledge class and are we proud!! . . . Pledge dance 
. . . We need dates! . . . someone had two . . . Poole and 
Sylvia are junior marshals . . . Congrats, sisters . . . Wini 
and Farrell . . . need we say more? . . . Karen and "Droopy" 
living in the bookstore . . . classes anyone? . . . Norma and 
Barbara still have interests at Appalachian . . . Has anyone 
seen Peggy's glasses . . . check that accent of Barb's . . . 
New Joisey, no less . . . Sara and Buzz going steady . . . 
Ann always looking for new recipes . . . Linda coming 
from Jamestown every Monday . . . T. and T. always 
smiling . . . Carol, our S. C. gal . . . Avie's pink Chevrolet 
. . . Phyllis and all her admirers . . . Pati's battle with the 
flu bug . . . Fran, does Bill carry you everywhere? . . . 
Shelby gets her average . . . Yokley, where did you learn 
your dirty word? . . . Carolyn and "Mousie" doing fine as 
housewives . . . our p. j. parties . . . hey, that's my pillow 
. . . December and Christmas vacation . . . Christmas 
dance with Lambda Chi brothers . . . Jeanette, fix my hair 
. . . we'll all be home for Christmas . . . Exams begin . . . 
late hours for study . . . grades come out . . . whew, we 
made the average . . . second semester service project . . . 
Fish still writing to Atlanta . . . Doris and all her social 
activities . . . Deaton still punching tickets and being 
popular with the boys . . . Chris and Beth entertaining 
alumns . . . Rufty working with last minute details on 
Annual . . . we welcome new sisters . . . Mot still living in 
the dorm . . . Spring . . . our banquet and dance . . . 
Dance, laugh . . . Fun!!! . . . Dot makes Who's Who and 
May Court . . . Exams and farewell to our seniors . . . 
Graduation . . . Bathing suits, suntan oil, shorts, and pink 
hats . . . Myrtle Beach, the Phi Mus are coming!! . . . 
Yes, a great year, holding many memories for all sisters 
and pledges of our Gamma Zeta Chapter of Phi Mu. We 
laughed, we cried, we grew up together-not as individuals, 
but as TRUE SISTERS. 





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First row, left to right. Fran Avery, Elaine Broad- 
way. Carolyn Burgess. Sylvia Deaton, Martha 
Ellington, Pati Goldston. 



Third row, left ta right. Beth Hardin, Phillis 
Mintei |ean Rufty, lonnnett Small, Wini sin.ui. 
Shelby Williams. ' 



Judy Fish, Pledge Directtrr; Avie Gunn, PunhelU nic 
Representative. 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



Zetu Tau Alpha, international fraternity, 
added the lOOtli link to its chain of chap- 
ters when Delta Gamma was installed at 
High Point College in the spring of 1957. 
Seventeen members of Lambda Alpha Phi 
Sorority, High Point's only remaining local 
sorority, pledged to Zeta on May 17. Then 
followed a period of intensive training in 
the history, ideals, and purposes of the 
fraternity, a period of pledge projects, 
reports, and tests, highlighted by the Silver 
Link Banquet, the reception, and finally 
the cherished goal, initiation on May 10. 

The pnqrose of Zeta Tan Alpha as stated 
in the charter granted by the Virginia State 
Legislature, is "to intensify friendships, 
foster a spirit of love, create such senti- 
ments, perform such deeds, and mold such 
opinions as will conduce to the building 
up of a purer and nobler womanhood in 
the world." Founded at Longwood College 
in Farmville, Va. on October 15, 1898, the 
fraternity now has some 225 alumnae 
groups and some 31,000 members. Its 
service project is the treatment and training 
of cerebral palsied children, and it also 
maintains a wide program of scholarships 
and scholarship loan funds for both Zetas 
and non-Zetas. 



Charter members of Delta 
Gamma at the Silver Link 
Initiation Banquet. 



Mrs. Chapman, Zeta national 
president, was among those 
greeting guests at the re- 
ception. 



Pat Mize proudly displayed 
gifts and messages received 
by the new chapter during 

installation. 




Five of the new pledges gather in a club- 
room to discuss points, pledge projects, 
parties. 





Zeta's first year on the High Point 
College campus was compounded of all 
the delightful experiences which spell 
sisterhood: business meetings, planning 
committees, rush parties, tender rituals, 
new pledges, stronger friendships with 
the sisters, the "Hernando's Hideaway" 
Dance, house parties, birthday celebra- 
tions, the White Violet Ball, pizza par- 
ties, the 100th Link Banquet, a week-end 
at the beach. These things formed our 
fellowship this year, our memories for 
many years to come. 

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At "Hernando's Hideaway" chaperone Dr. 
Wood poured the "wine" — composed of 
ginger ale and cake coloring. 





Shelby Jean Judith Ward 

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Secretary 


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Chairman 




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Professional Home Economics Society 





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Left to right: Nancy Crews, President; Pat Smith, Vice-president; Jane Martin, Secretary and 
Treasurer; Texie Ann Ayers, Joyce Biccum, Rachel Goodman, Louise Harris, Ann Hollins- 
worth, Katherine McNatt. Sue Simpson, Phyllis Stolez. Not pictured: Jeanette Small, Shirley 
Marshall, Sue Pugh, Mary Jane Waters, Sharon Woodring, Nell Fuller. 



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Delta Zeta 

of 

Delta Sigma Phi 




Delta Sig believes that leaders 
are made . . . not born. We 
believe that every college man 
has leadership potential, and 
that this potential can be de- 
veloped. Leadership ability is 
to us one of the most valuable 
assets that can be attained while 
in college, and is an asset in 
finding vocational success. 

Pledge training in Delta Sigma 
Phi includes Engineered Leader- 
ship. By helping the chapter 
grow, the pledge grows and 
gains experience that is priceless. 
He begins to learn the meaning 
of "Delta Sig" ... a man who loves his fraternity and what it stands for. He learns 
to make personal sacrifices for his fraternity without expecting praise or adulation. 
He learns to respect others, and puts the interest of the group above his own selfish 
interests. He becomes interested in improving his scholarship; in developing his per- 
sonality, and in making a leader of himself. He begins to realize the help his fra- 
ternity will give him in later life, and he takes advantage of the experience it offers 
him. 

Leadership . . . Scholarship . . . Personality Development . . . Social Improvement 
. . . Lasting Friendships . . . Development of Talents . . . These are the characteris- 
tics of a Delta Sig. 





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ELMER HALL President 

DICK VERT Vice-President 

DON' DRAPEAU Secretary 

STU TAYLOR Treasurer 



Students of Engineered Leadership 




First row. left to right: Ben Zanibrana. Gerry Currier, Preston Reece, Elmer Hall Jerry Koonlz 
Don Drapeau, Dick Vert. Standing: Jim Cook. Jim Drum. Lemar Hicks, Daryl McGuire' 

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KYLE STIRLING President 

FRED BARBER Vice-President 

JOHN GANSMAN Secretary 

ROGER FURR Treasurer 

VERNON TATE Sergeant-at-Arms 

BOB WIENBERRY Social Chairman 



In 1889, in New York, at the College of the 
City of New York, Delta Sigma Phi was founded. 
Since then Delta Sigs have become known on 
campuses all over the nation and Canada. 

In the fall of 1956, the NDM Club at High 
Point became a colony of Delta Sigma Phi and 
in the following spring, we were initiated into 
Delta Sigdom and received our chapter charter. 
Since becoming a national fraternity, the true 
spirit of brotherhood has been made a reality, 
sharing our experiences together and helping 
each other out. 

1957-58 will always stand out as being a 
highly active year for us . . . the national con- 
vention in St. Louis . . . having a 'ball' at Kyle's 
wedding in Charlotte . . . C. W. returns for his 
last year with a wedding ring . . . Frank Collins" 
engagement . . .greeting all the brothers during 
orientation . . . giving the new crop the 'once- 
over' . . . some started studying . . . parties at 
the Marietta Club . . . Dr. Boyer and Mr. Porter 
join our ranks as faculty advisors . . . C. W. and 
Charlie Huff got theirs— it was cold when they 
were initiated . . . Don Frye reigns over I. F. C. 
. . . Rush stag party— Wow! . . . 'Roaring Twenties' 
parh' for the rushees and their dates . . . Great 
pledge class inducted . . . That Sunday down 
at High Rock Lake . . . Kyle and C. W. make 
"Who's Who'' . . . Carnation Ball in Winston 
. . . painting the "Fraternity Rock" ... J. V. 
Roberson gave his girl a diamond for Christinas 
. . . Don Frye tied the knot in April . . . pledges 
initiated in February— get their pins . . . more 
parties in the spring . . . the Sailor's Ball 'blast' 
at the beach in S. C. . . . five brothers graduate- 
Good Luck! . . . we make plans for next fall . . . 

A year to be remembered and cherished by 
us. May this be just the first of many enjoyable 
years in Delta Sigdom. 



Delta Zeta of 

Delta Sigma 

Phi 




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First row, left to right: Ronald Black, Frank Collins, George Cook Bill Damon, C. \V Faulkner. Don Frye Charles Huff Howard 
Lawrence. Second row: Joe Misenheimer, Don Phillips, J. V. Roberson, Roger Shelton. Gile> Terrell. Clayton \\ ampler, Bob 
Weaver, Mr. Raiforcl Porter. 



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The Bond 




of Sphinx 




The Delta Sig section at Christmas time. 



The brothers serenade a newly-pinned sweetheart. 



A cool "dunk" in the college fountain for recently engaged 
Don Frye. 



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OFFICERS 

tmm Murphy Osborne, Jr., President; Ray Wicker, 

Vice-president; Farrell Myrick, Secretary ; 
Charles Dyson, Treasurer; C. B. Crook, Social 
Chairman; Shrimp Flynt, Rush Chairman; Bill 
Thompson, Ritualist; Benny Phillips, Pledge 
Trainer. 

Dear Zenith Readers, 

We just thought we would drop a line and tell you ahout our great year of 1957-58. During the summer 
Brothers Simpson and Parker got married. As usual we started the year off with a blast, our annual steak fry, 
at the country home of one of our prominent alumni. Then we settled down, and after much hard work and 
preparation, we produced the best Clown-Faculty Charity Basketball Game in the history of our Lambda Chi 
Alpha chapter. As it usually happens every year, wedding bells tolled for one of our brothers, Bobby Gandy. 
The efficient, well oiled football machine of Lambda Chi was once more first place in the intra-mural league. 
Murphy Osborne and Bob Dabbs had babies or at least their wives did. Wham-Bam rush week, twenty-nine 
good men pledged. Another big Christmas party with our sister sorority, the Phi Mu's. Surprise, surprise, 
Randy has done and got hitched. Christmas goodbyes were celebrated at a stag party at the Jamestown 
Legion Hut . . . Can anyone remember how the festivities came off. Santa Claus was good to three lucky girls 
by giving them the pins of Charles Dyson, Paul Jones, and C. B. Crook. Again defeating the theory that parties 
make the grades go down, we were tops on campus in scholarship. We again held our annual pledge initiation 
ball at the Lexington Country Club. We gain recognition on campus. 

1) The Student Government All Sports Award. 

2) Flynt makes Who's Who. 

3) Dale Brown President of the Freshman Class. 

4) Charles Watson and Paul Jones on the Dormitory Council. 

5) Charles Dyson President of Junior Class. 

6) Randy and C. B. "top dogs" in the F. B. L. A. 

Wicker, Place, and Flynt only seniors who are not married or pinned. "Keep up the good work boys." 
We shook the dust from our shoes making trips to Susquehanna University, the National Training Semi- 
nar at Ball State Teachers College and the Colonial conclave at Washington and Lee University. Everyone 
goes to the beach and then comes the White Rose Formal. Wicker plays tennis, Jones and Brown play baseball. 
So ends another splendid year for Lambda Chi. 

Sincerely yours, 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternitv 



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First row, left to right: Bobby Badgett, Bill Bingham. Randy Burgess. Bobby Dabbs. Robert Candy. Harry Gray, Charles 
Johnson. Second row: Paul Jones. S. J. Parker. Bill Place, Larry Reavis, Jerry Roberts, Daniel Routh. Billy Hayes Simpson. 
Third row: Jimmy Starnes, Charles Watson, R. C. Watts. Dr. Deskins. Dr. Hinshaw. Not pictured: John Madison. Cletus 
Potts. 



PLEDGES 




First row, left to right: Chip Anderson, Stewart Arnold, Lin Barbour. Hague Bowman. Dale Brown. Louie Crye. John 
Davenport. Second row: Mike Flanagan, Joe Hemmingway, Wesley Jones, Rudy Passons, Crowell Pope, Eddie Riddle, 
Tom Satterfield. Third row: Doug Squires. Norman Stevens, Jim Terrell, Fred VonCannon. Harold Wright, Bobby Yates. 



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Publishing Alumni News 



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Spring — White Rose Ball 
146 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



147 



Delta Omega Chapter 

of 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Chartered 1953 







W. C. McGee, President; Donnie Murray, Vice-president; George Eanes, 
Secretary; Luke Livingston, Treasurer. 






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Fir.$( row, /c/< to rig/i(.- Norman Andrews, Joe Carrington, Mickey Caudle, Phil Crockett, Sandy Grantham, H. T. Hartley, 
lohnny Hiatt. Second row: Max Loflin, Richard Mason, Martin Poyner, Duh Speight, Dale Swaringen, Al Trevarthen. 




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First row. left to right: Henry Andrews, Douk Barr, Gerald Brooks. Fred Burney. Ken Carle. Corbin Cherry, Jaek Cole. 
Second row: Ted Coyl. Laurence Curric, Dan Fussell, Bill Guy. Fred Handy. Heetor Henry. Roderick Jordan. 






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We will long cherish the 
memories of 1957-58 because 
. . . Pikas win softball cham- 
pionship again . . . Myrtle 
Beach here we come . . . Who 
went to bed last night? . . . 
What a pretty sunrise! . . . 
Home and sleep once again 
. . . Back to school . . . Party 
at Jamestown ... A trip to the 
mountains . . . Mickey's car 
couldn't make it . . . Second 
place in intramural football 
. . . Serenade at Charleston, 
S. C. . . . Rush Parties ... 29 
Pledges . . . Mickey pins Jane, 
George pins Nancy . . . Sere- 
nade . . . Into the drink with 
them . . . Finley's back . . . 
Party at Lexington . . . Help 
Week for pledges . . . Yanks 
sing Dixie at Bookstore . . . 
Stag at Paul's . . . Trevarthen 
gets into Marines O. C. S. . . . 
Gung Ho! . . . Ted, Luther, 
Marion, and Fred paint fra- 
ternity rock . . . Willard plays 
varsity . . . Who dated Marline 
Grunch last night? . . . Christ- 
mas serenade . . . Joe pins Miss 
Grace . . . Party at Marietta 
. . . Max gets engaged to Linda 
. . . Fred's lonely two weeks 
without Suzanne . . . Gangster 
Ball . . . Corbin finds barbwire 
fence won't give . . . Basketball 
game with Wake Forest Pikas 
. . . Party after . . . Soreheads 
. . . Dream Girl Ball . . . Seniors 
graduate ending a great year 
for both Brothers and Pledges. 









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First row, left to right: David Myers, President; Slick Sykcs, Vice-president; Bill Tyson, 

Comptroller; Libby Bell, Secretary; Sonny Thorton, Historian. Second rote: Bob rosier, 
Senior marshal; Larry Williams, Junior marshal; Gene Simpson, Chaplain; Richard Cox, 
Advisor. 



Down : 

JACK BARRIER 
PEPPER BURNS 
LANE GREEN- 
CHARLIE HOLCOMBE 
RONALD LUCAS 
BILL MOORE 




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Across: 

DON NESBITT 

JOHNNY RIERSON 






Down: 
BOB SCOTT 

ART SEREQUE 
DANNY SEWELL 
CEORGE SHEPARD 
ROBERT SNYDER 
BRAXTON WARNER 
Nor Pictured; 
BOB TAYLOR 
RONNIE OWENS 
JIMMY HUNTER 
DENNIS PRUITT 



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1. Anyone for golf? 2. Why study? 3. Let's have a party! 4. Snow smiles for 
everyone. 5. Great times were had by all. 6. Typical room? 7. Great actor? 
8. What a speech! 9. Just loafing! 10. Letters to home? 



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Dalton Auman, Henry Ayers, Jim Bason. Terry Hutchins, Al Lane, Paul Merrilt, Robert Rhodes. Larr>' Safrit, William Slielton. 
Tommy Skidmore, James Dale While. Don Workman. Not pictured: Marvin Andrews, Leon Beusse. Joe Gibson, Dan Smith, Seth 
Smith, Jerry Zimmerman. 



The 1957-5S Tan Kappa Epsilon Pledge Class was one of the most outstanding in the history of Delta 
Kappa Chapter. Pledge activities for the year included formal and informal initiations, Christmas party 
for retarded children. Christmas cards for missions, money projects, and fulfillments of standard pledge 
requirements. 

OFFICERS: Henry Ayers, President; Jim Bason, Vice-president; Gary Shelton, Secretary; Leon 
Beusse, Treasurer; Dan Smith, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



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Delta Kappa 

Chartered 1954 










Delta Kappa chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was chartered in 
the year 1954. It was founded upon the basis of true friendship 
and sincere brotherhood. 

In only four years the Delta Kappa Chapter has advanced 
from a small determined group to one of the leading chapters 
in Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. 

OFFICERS: Roy Arthur Taylor, Prytanis; Robert Eugene 
Smith. Epiprytanis; James Richard Wilson, Crammateus; Maury 
Franklin Beauchot, Crysophylos, William Franklin Mabe, Histor; 
Burnie Lee Brewer, Jr., Hypophetes; David Alden Bean, Pylortes; 
Donald Kerr Levina, Hegemon. 





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William 
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Gilbert Beeson 



Leonard 
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Le/< to right, top to bottom: 

Jim receives all-Teke award. 

Just a bunch of Tramps. 

Lois is Queen of Red Carnation 
Ball. 

Pledges play Santa Claus. 

Living it up at pledge dance. 

Just a little fellowship. 

Maury and George guard a few 
of our trophies. 

The most festive occasion of the 
year— Red Carnation Ball. 



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Theta Chi 




Norwick University, Norwick, Vermont 
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Theta Chi 




NOBLE MULLIGAN 
Vice-president 






GEORGE BOOSE 
Treasurer 



BRIGCS LEONARD 
President 




MELL BUSBIN 
Secretary 



THAI) HARTLEY 
Pledge Marshal 




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Tony Adams, Gus Deal. James Moss, Howarc 
Silverstein, Ross Smith, Tafmadge Watson, Allen 
Windlcv. 



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DR. BENJAMIN HILL 





MR. HERMAN COBLE 




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First row left to right: Ronald Chapman, Bob Connel, T. R. Hendrix, Arnold Lawson, Bol> McLeod, Lawrence Lewallen. Second 
row: Willie Newkirk, Cordon Nifong. Bill Parish. Bill Pennewell, Will Rogers. Don Sellers. T/iir</ rem;: Ted Spencer. Hassel Strader, 
Pope Thornton, Larry Waitman, Cene Watkins. Charles Williams. 



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Epsilon Alpha of Theta Chi 
cherishes many memories of 1957- 
58: our first rush party at the 
Jamestown Legion Hut . . . the 
drag rush party at Thomasville 
Country Club ... the many happy 
faces of under-privileged children 
at the party given in their honor 
. . . the Wake Forest drag . . . 
Valentine Party at Jim's . . . the 
annual Dream Girl Ball. 

Just for kicks we recall: the 
pledges selling peanut butter out- 
side the section . . . that delicious 
fudge given to the brothers initia- 
tion night . . . going down hills in 
Tony's Crosley . . . Earl's pictures 
on the bulletin board . . . flings 
of Gus and Ronny . . . Noble and 
his grasshoppers . . . Shirley!?) 
. . . what took place at Ledbetter's 
and man\' other things which we 
don't have place for and probably 
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Physical Education 
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Expands 



DR. NETCHER 



The remarkably improved 1958 Physical Education Depart- 
ment reveals the imprint of not only an ultramodern gymnasium 
but the personality of a new department head— Dr. Jack R. 
Netcher. Receiving his R.S. from Carson- Newman College, his 
M.S. from the University of Tennessee, and his Ph.D. from 
Indiana University, Dr. Netcher has done much to accelerate 
the growth of the Physical Education Department of High 
Point College. 




Rounding out the Athletic and Physical Education Depart- 
ment are Miss Natalie Etheridge, Mr. Virgil Yow, and Dr. 
Walton Hertz. 








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BEHIND THE WINNING TEAM 

Coach Virgil Yow has played a major part in the excellent season the 
Panthers have enjoyed. He has worked unceasingly to build and improve 
the team. Experience, leadership, co-operation, and great hope for the 
conference title— these are the aspirations and qualities possessed by 
the Panther's coach. 

The Panthers are also hacked by the fine school spirit displayed by 
the entire student body, who show great loyalty and enthusiasm for 
their team not only at home but in games at other colleges. The cheer- 
leaders mold the enthusiasm of the crowd and direct its energy into 
vigorous yells of pride and appreciation. 



SEASON'S RESULTS 



To/): Coach Yow. Bottom. Dr. Hertz. 



Point Erskinc 61 

Point Guilford 80 

Point. . . . Atl. Christian 77 

Point... East Carolina 79 

Point Newberry 67 

Point Pfeiffer 65 

Point Guilford 76 

Point Pfeiffer 76 

Point Catawba 75 

Point. . .West. Carolina 63 

Point. . . . Appalachian 63 

Point Elon 55 

Point. . . . Atl. Christian 75 

Point. . Belmont Ahhev 80 



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High Point. . . .Lenoir Rhyne 

High Point Elon 

High Point Newberry 



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Point. . West. Carolina 
Point. . Belmont Abbey 
Point. . . East Carolina 
Point .... Appalachian 
Point. . . Lenoir Rhyne 

NORTH STATE CONFERENCE 
TOURNAMENT 

74 High Point .... Atl. Christian 51 
79 High Point .... East Carolina 72 
64 High Point. . . Lenoir Rhyne 79 



Captain Bill Huegele 



Manager Calvin Knott 





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The Varsity 

. . .speed. . .accuracy. . .reserve strength 



The Purple Panthers made "no beans" about the 
fact that they were out to be main contender in the 
race for the North State Championship. Out of the 
first twelve starts the Panthers dropped only one 
game. 

Bill Iluegele and Danny Sewell have helped the 
team tremendously with their rebounding and 
shooting ability. Sewell is a sure bet to make all- 
conference due to his fine play throughout the 
season. An injured leg slowed him down a little 
toward the end of the season, but he was still, by- 
far, the best center in the conference. 

It is not hard for anyone to recognize the ability 
of Bobby Pharr on the hardwood. lie is a true 
"ball-hawk' in every sense of the word. Several 
opposing coaches have said many fine words of 
praise for this young fellow from Statesville. 

Little Maury Beauchot proved to be indispen- 
sable to the team with his scoring ability and scrap- 
py defense. Another boy from Indiana made fans 



stand up and take notice because of the hustle and 
spirit. This young man is Jack Short. He is certain 
to help High Point in the future. 

Bobby Dunbar, a reserve, turned in several fine 
performances during the conference season. Bob 
is known around the conference for his scrap and 
"never say die" attitude. 

Recognition is to be given to Steve Afendis for 
his advancement over last season. Last year he was 
a reserve but this year he has developed into a fine 
eager for the High Point five. 

Such boys as Phil Crockett, Ken Williams, Slick 
Sykes, and Ken Black have given Coach Yow an 
abundance of reserve strength. 

This year's team is certainly one of the finest 
ever to wear the purple and white for High Point 
College. Credit should be given to the team and 
coaches for their hard work throughout the season. 

The students congratulate the team and coaches 
on their success during the past season. Thanks 
"gang" for a fine year of basketball at H. P. C. 




First row, lejt '" right: Jack Short, Buddy Joines, Danny Sewell. Bobby Dunbar, Phil Crockett, Ken Williams. Second row: 
Steve Afendis. Maury Beauchot, Bill Huegele, Larry Swiggett, Ken Black, Slick Sykes, Tommy Skidmore. Third row: Wil- 
lard l'orniydiival. Ken Prosscr. Larry Safrit. 




Strategy and Team Work make for 1st half lead 



. But the Bears go ahead. 



FLASH! HIGH POINT PANTHERS WIN SECOND PLACE IN 
NORTH STATE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 



The High Point Purple Panthers without the aid 
of their two stars, Danny Sevvell and Bill Huegele 
played tremendous basketball in the 1958 North 
State Conference Tournament. Sevvell, member 
of the all district team and also voted most valuable 
player in the district, suffered from a knee injury 
received in the Belmont Abbey game and Huegele, 
another member of the all district team, sprained 
his ankle in the first game of the tournament. 

High Point took the measure of Atlantic Chris- 
tian in the first game by the score of 85-77. All of 
the starting five played fine ball in this game and 
the points were pretty well disbursed. Steve Afen- 
dis led the team in rebounds. 

In the second game the Panthers surprised every- 
one in the tournament by upsetting highly rated 
East Carolina College. Trailing by as much as 
eleven points in the first half the High Pointers put 
on a splurge at the beginning of the second half 
and finally pulled into the lead with 10 minutes 
to go. Bobby Pharr and Maury Beauchot played 



brilliantly and led the team in defense and scoring. 
The high spot came when East Carolina's Coach 
Howard Porter handed over his red vest to Coach 
Virgil Yow. 

In the final game the Panthers could not cope 
with the height and speed of the Lenoir Rhyne club. 
High Point, after playing two hard games and lack- 
ing reserves, just could not stay with the Bears in 
the second half. 

Everyone at the tournament thought that High 
Point played as well as it possibly could have con- 
sidering the conditions that prevailed. They played 
their hearts out and if they could have gotten a few 
breaks in the final game they might have emerged 
the victor. 

High Point's cheering section followed and 
seemed to be one of the noisiest to be found in the 
nation. Coach Yow, the team, and the students 
joined together to make the 1958 North State Tour- 
nament one to be remembered by High Point 
College. 



A lot of Spirit . . . and Consternation . . . and Sadness, 25 Points Short of a Title. 




1958 




MISS DELE LEE, sponsored by BILL 
HUEGELE, captain of the High Point Pur- 
ple Panthers, was crowned HOMECOMING 
QUEEN at the half time of the High Point- 
Catawba basketball game. MISS LEE is a 
sophomore from Lawndale, North Carolina. 




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Homecoming 



High Point College Homecoming . . . 1958 . . . 
the day when prodigal alumni come home to 
H. P. C. for a taste of the fatted calf. The grounds 
are filled with their personality and the halls echo 
their talk . . . "Don't tell me you have a daughter 
in school here now! I hope she doesn't get into as 
much trouble as we used to!" "Remember the time 
the snow came up to the top of the window at 
Woman's Hall " "What about the cow in the 
auditorium, Jim?" "Was that in '29 or '30? Any- 
way, there we were . . . hadn't opened a book in 
three weeks . . ." and you realize that it was the 
same old institution then as now. 

The day started with visits in the dormitories, 
classrooms, and bookstore where main old friends 
related events of past years. Dr. and Mrs. Cooke 
entertained from 3:30 to 5:00 with an open house. 

Now the time had come to cheer the team to 
another victory. "Fight, Panthers, Fight!" yelled 
the crowd consisting of alumni, students, and 
friends as they sat in Alumni Gymnasium watching 
the High Point-Catawba basketball game. 

Eleven attractive girls sat around the gymnasium 
waiting until the half to end so the Homecoming 
Queen for 1958 would be announced. These girls 
had been selected by the basketball team and were 
voted upon by the student body. To them, the first 
half seemed as if it would never pass while at the 
same time, the alumni had just stopped chatting 
and had settled clown to watch the ball game. 

MISS DELE LEE of Lawndale, North Carolina, 
was announced HOMECOMING QUEEN. She 
was sponsored by BILL HUEGELE, Captain of 
the High Point College Purple Panthers. 

Coach Yow and the Panthers gave the crowd a 
thrilling performance as they ended the game with 
the score High Point 96-Catawba 95. 

After the ball game more memories were remi- 
nisced at the Alumni-Student Dance in Harrison 
Hall where MISS DELE LEE reigned as HOME- 
COMING QUEEN of 1958. 





CONTESTANTS FOR 
HOMECOMING QUEEN 

First row. left to right: Sylvia Holt. Fat Beam. Fran Avery. Dele Lie. 
Mary Burton. Second roa: Marilyn Guycr, Ann Starr, Pat Jordon, 
Sylvia Deaton. Carol Any, Hazel Phillips. 




Junior Varsity 




First row, left to right: Jack Short, VVillard Formyduval. Second row: Larry Safrit, Tommy 
Skidmore, Jim Parrish, Larry Swiggett. 



This year the Junior Varsity had a very 
brilliant offensive as well as a strong de- 
fensive. Under the leadership of their able 
coach, Mr. Hartman, the Baby Panthers com- 
pleted a satisfactory season. Leading the 
team through the season with his guarding 
and effective shooting was Jackie Short. 
Another able man with a keen eye for the 
basket was Larry Swiggett. Jim Parrish and 
Thomas Skidmore controlled the rebounding 
action. Willard Formyduval and Lam- 
Moore contributed to the backcourt play 
and defense of the team. The improvement 
of skills and techniques in basketball makes 
these boys good material for next year's 
varsity. 




CHUCK HARTMAN, Coach 



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BABY PANTHERS 

81 High Point Central Davidson High School 36 

88 High Point Dupont Company 84 

75 High Point U. N. C. Freshmen 81 

88 High Point Guilford 68 

57 High Point Atlantic Christian 65 

77 High Point Pope Air Force Base 60 

93 High Point Wake Forest Freshmen 104 

103 High Point Pfeiffer 85 

73 High Point Guilford 68 

107 High Point Pfeiffer 79 

101 High Point Catawba 74 

95 High Point Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 80 



ON THE LOOSE 

90 High Point Appalachian 71 

88 High Point Elon 76 

67 High Point Atlantic Christian 87 

77 High Point Dupont Company 81 

68 High Point Lenoir Rhyne 83 

78 High Point Elon 80 

63 High Point Wake Forest Freshmen 75 

94 High Point Catawba 84 

113 High Point Greensboro Baptist 63 

64 High Point Appalachian 62 

67 High Point Lenoir Rhyne 87 




P. E. Majors Club 




First row, left to right: HazeJ Phillips, Loberta Atkins, Pat Hosier, Gail Bolick, Juno Elder, Frances Smith. Mary Hams. Second 
row: Murphy Osborne, Bill Hucgclo. Bill Bingham. Doug Squires, Otis Boroughs. Calvin Knott. Paul Jones. Third row: Roger Nel- 
son. Billy Vestal. Bill Beasley. Bohhy Dunbar. Jim Roberts. Dick Vert, Mickey Dean. Fourth row: Weldon Idol. Phil Crockett, 
Jim Parrish, Luke Livingston, Ronald Lucas. Bill Pennewall. Robert Pegram. 



Murphy Osborne, president, and Luke Livingston, nice- 
president, talk over plans at the Concession Stand in Alumni 
Gymnasium. 




The newly organized Physical Education Majors Club 
has come into its own this year on High Point College 
campus. Under the leadership of our capable Physical 
Education Department, we are furthering interest in 
physical education as an occupation. We have had 
charge of the concession stand and the selling of pro- 
grams during basketball games as our major money- 
making project. Plans are being made to remodel the 
second floor of the Field House as a club-room for our 
members. Although we are one of the youngest organi- 
zations on campus, we have promising plans for the 
future. 



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"Let's go play volleyball!" . . . "How many games do we play 
tonight?" . . . "Those 2-D's are rough!" . . . "The Phi Mu team beat 
them last year." . . . "Did you see Ann Sherrill play her final bad- 
minton game?" . . . "Me? Play basketball? Are you crazy? . . . 
Softball, now that's my game!" . . . "I'm glad the boys aren't 
watching us as much as they did last year." . . . "Horseshoes? You 
mean those things horses wear?" . . . "Has anyone seen my tennis 
shoes?" 

These were a few of the remarks one heard as he passed through 
the clubroom of the girls dorm on a Wednesday evening. The tour 
sororities. Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, and Zeta 
Tau Alpha, plus the 2-D team composed of day and dorm students, 
were on their way to the gymnasium for their intramurals. 

The 1957-58 badminton champ was Ann Sherrill from the Alpha 
Gamma Delta Sorority. Volleyball was entered with more interest 
and the mighty 2-D team walked off with the honors. 

On through the winter with basketball and into the spring with 
Softball, track, and horseshoes, the five teams participated and 
enjoyed the 1957-58 Women's Intramurals. 



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Mr. Coble and Dr. Cooke accept the new Intramural Scoreboard for the bookstore. 




DR. GIL IIKH'IZ 



1958 All-Stars 



High Point College has long taken great pride in its 
intramural program, and this is one year that certainly 
deserves all the praise given. The teams have been fairly 
evenly matched with no one dominating any sport. This 
has made the long fight for the All-sports tropin- a dog- 
fight that shows promise of going all the way to the end. 

Lambda Chi Alpha, with the good throwing arm of 
Murphy Osborne, tied with the strongest independent 
team. Bulldozers, for the first place points in football. The 
Bulldozers were piloted by the very talented Bill Beasley. 

Pi Kappa Alpha, with the fine balance all their teams 
have shown, won first place points in volleyball. 

Basketball, which is probably the most popular of intra- 
mural sports, ended with Tan Kappa Epsilon and Pi 
Kappa Alpha sharing the lead. Lambda Chi was a close 
third. An all-star team composed of the outstanding 
players of the intramural basketball season represented 
High Point in the annual North State Extramural Basket- 
ball Tournament. High Point beat a determined Lenoir 
Rhyne representative in the finals. 

Softball is just around the corner and it looks as if Pi 
Kappa Alpha will be the team to beat. They have two 
fine front line pitchers in Swaringen and Crockett, who 
also swings the most potent bat in the league. 

The minor sports: badminton, horseshoes, basketball 
free-throw, ping-pong, golf, and tennis are new in the 
intramural program, but could well be the deciding factor 
in determining the winner of the All Sports Trophy. 





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First mu, left to right: Bill Beasley, Bill Coy, Hector Henry. 
Second row: John Lewis, Murphy Osborne, Dale Swaringen. 
Third WW: Bill Tyson. Charles Watson. Harold Wright. 



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/.(■/(.- Dr. Cooke presents Luke Livingston tropin- for winning the 
l>;i(lmiiitoii singles. 

Dr. Hertz and Dick Wilson put the finishing touches on the shuffle- 
board court. 




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Baseball 



The 1957 season proved to be discouraging to High Point 
baseball fans. After an opening victory against North State 
Champions Elon, the Panthers fell by the wayside, struggling 
to a season which saw the Panthers win only four games in 
twelve starts. The High Point team was much better than the 
record showed, losing several games by one or two runs. Bob 
Gurley and Bob Pharr did most of the pitching for the team, 
along with some relief from Bill Huegele, who also spent some 
time in the outfield. 

Paul Jones, a transfer student from Louisburg Junior College, 
led the team in hitting in his first year with the Panthers. All- 
Conference Bill Beasley and Harold Watson also provided 
much hitting power for High Point. 

If Gurley, Pharr, and Huegele can come through on the 
mound and get a little hitting from Jones and Watson, the 
team should be much improved. With the returning lettermen, 
the Panthers should do much better during the 1958 season. 



First raw. left to right: Harold Watson, Williarcl Forniyduval, Harold Davis, Paul Jones, 

Hill Beasley, George Ivey, Bill Huegele, Second raw: Bobby Pharr, Elwin Mackintosh, 

Georye Slu-pi-rd. Bobby Curie). 




Tennis 



1957 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

The High Point College tennis team. North State Conference Cham- 
pions for the past nine out of ten years, is ready to defend its title as 
soon as tennis weather rolls around. Since the team has four lettermen 
returning, it seems as though another bright season is ahead for the 
"baseline wizards. 

After dropping two conference matches near the first of last season the 
High Point Netters won their next ten conference matches to end the 
season with a very respectable 10-2 conference record. 

Hill Huegele, the nucleus of last year's championship team, will prob- 
ably be back in the number one position. Ray Wicker and Kenneth 
Paxton, last year's number three and four men are also back and showing 
much improvement over last season. Also back after a season off will be 
letterman Dale Swaringen. The coach this year will be Mr. Chuck Hart- 
man, from Castonia, N. C, who replaces Mr. Jack Kidd. Mr. Hartman 
is looking forward to a very successful season. 






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Golf 




Golf, continuing to increase in prestige, has become an integral part of the 
intercollegiate program at High Point College. The "link" men lost many fine 
golfers this season but the vacant slots were quickly filled by other enthusiasts. 




First rote, left to right: Tom Stone. Bobby Callahan, Jim Parrish, Bill Craig, Harold 
Sykes, Dick Vert, Mickey Dean. Second row: Tony Adams. Loy Kennedy. Gene 
Riddle. Roliv Walls. Toinim Manner. Mark Rose, Dick Pridgen. Third row: Gene 
Clements, Larry Chason. Howard Silverstein. Terry Hart. Bill Pennewell, Dan 
Hackney. Dr. Hertz. 




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THE ZENITH STAFF 

Presents 
"DECEMBER GIRL" 

Calm, poised, and graceful, pretty Miss Dele Lee stood 
smiling as she was crowned Miss High Point College of 
1958. She, along with nine other attractive young ladies, 
delighted the audience with music, pantomine, drawing, 
and an array of feminine beauty. Each girl represented 
the first ten months in the calendar year, and the five 
finalists, Sylvia Holt, Dele Lee, VVini Stuart, Ann Williams 
Thornton, and Shirley Yokley, represented the month of 
November. The queen, chosen from the five finalists, was 
our "December Girl." 

Each of the girls had been selected from the various 
clubs and organizations on the campus. They were judged 
according to their beauty, personality, and talent. Miss 
Kathleen Henson, Miss High Point College of 1957, 
crowned Miss Lee, who sponsored the Sophomore Class. 

Entertainment for the program was provided by Glenn 
Lloyd and his "Symphonic Eight minus Five," along with 
the singing of a small, mixed ensemble from the choir 
under the direction of Mr. Richard Cox and accompanied 
l>\ Miss Sylvia Newton. 

The Miss High Point College contest is sponsored an- 
nually by the ZENITH Staff. The program was planned 
and directed by Charlie Holcombe, Judy Wilson, Jean 
Ridge, and Mickey Dean. 




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WHERE DO YOU STUDY? 

At your desk 35% 

In the library 20% 

In bed 35% 

At Steeles 5% 

Who studies? 5% 



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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. 



Congratulations 

to the 

High Point College Seniors 

and 

Best Wishes for Your Future Success 

and Happiness 



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ASIIKBORO, N. C. 



Makers of Famous McCrary "Seam-Reminder" Stockings 



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Students' Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 

BOOKS REFRESHMENTS 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 



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COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

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CONSTRUCTION CO. 

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Phone 9695 

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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 Tryon, N. C. 



Compliments of 

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Manufacturers and Distributors 

of 

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FOR 100 YEARS 

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REED SUPPLY CO. 

'EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" 
Between High Point and Thomasville 



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SEEDS, FEEDS 

and 

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Your 

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Phone 2-4147 



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FINE PIANOS — HAMMOND ORGANS 



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get a tan that way, girls. 6. Two cokes, please. 7. Three little roommates sitting on a bench! 8. How'd you win 
those, Peg??? 9. Out for track! 10. Marlboro Man. 11. Another freshman, another room. 



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SOUTHLAND SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. 

MILL-WORK - BUILDING MATERIALS 

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SHACKELFORD'S 

140 N. Main Street 
Nimn-Bush Shoes Custom Tailoring 



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 

Personal, Pension, and 
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GEORGE D. DAVIS, C.L.U. 

LIFE INSURANCE BROKER 
Representing Several Leading Companies 

Phone 6545 High Point, N. C. 



W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 

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113 North Main Street Phone 3745 

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Phone 3313 

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Phone 6-3222 1702 Guyer Street 

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MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 



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WHOLESALE GROCERIES 

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High Point, North Carolina 



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Office and Showroom : 1229 Montlieu Avenue 
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414-16 North Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

Clothing and Accessories for Men and Women 
of Discernment 



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HEDGECOCK LUMBER COMPANY 

1213 Ward Street Phone: 2-4101 - 2-4102 

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American Supply Company of N. C, Inc. 

EXCLUSIVE FABRICS 
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112-114 East High Street 
Phone 5011 



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1550 English Street 

Phone 9376 

High Point, North Carolina 



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110 South Perry Street 

Telephone 2360 - 2165 

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Opposite Post Office 
PHONE 3373 




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(included are Wicker and Trevarthan) 

Army 15% 

Boy Scouts 25% 

Wacs '. . : 20% 

(19% Male) 

Draft Dodger 35%* 



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High Point, North Carolina 



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JEWELER -:- GIFT SHOP 
High Point, North Carolina 

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5- 10-2 5c STORE 



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Phone 3060 




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208 N. Main High Point, N. C. 

Phone 3444 




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214 North Main St. High Point, N. C. 

SPORTING GOODS and 

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TOBIAS 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1958 

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HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 



Miss Louise Adams, 516 North Wrenn Street, High Point 

Dr. C. J. Adfcins, 305 Montlieu Avenue, High Point 

Mr. J. H. Allred, Route 1, High Point 

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

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

Dr. Hal L. Ballew, 502 Fourth Street. High Point 

Dr. Helen R. Barlett, 210 Broadway, Centerville, Md. 

Dr. Alexander V. Berkis. 1008 Terrell Drive, High Point 

Dr. Joseph L. Bernd, 305 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

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

Miss Clarice Bowman, Ecker Apartments, High Point 

Dr. Minor W. Boyer, 2601 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Mr. Harold F. Burhans, 709-B Chandler St., High Point 

Miss Marcella Carter, Route 5, Union, S. C. 

Mr. H. E. Coble, 830 Circle Drive, High Point 

Mr. Herman Coble, Jr., 830 Circle Drive. High Point 

Dr. Marcus W. Collins, 1112 Barbee St.. High Point 

Dr. Harold E. Conrad, 911 W. College Drive. High Point 

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

Mr. Richard Cox, 308 W. Lexington Ave.. High Point 

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

Mr. Charles P. Daniel, 1310 E. Farriss St.. High Point 



Dr. S. C. Deskins, Route 8. Box 578, Greensboro 

Miss Jane DeSpain, 10601 Old Georgetown Rd., Rockville, Md. 

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

Dr. W. D. Durland. 801 Arlington Ave., High Point 

Mr. James L. Eller. Route 1, Box 103. High Point 

Miss Natalie Etheridge. 409 Woodrow Street, High Point 

Miss Ernestine Fields. 1211 Delk Drive, High Point 

Mrs. Frances Gaynor. 2405 E. Lexington St., High Point 

Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Hankins, 609 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Dr. Leopold M. Hays, 400 South Main St., High Point 

Dr. Cilnian VV. Hertz. 808 Woodrow St., High Point 

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

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw. 902 Rotary Avenue. High Point 

Dr. Walter E. Hudginx, High Point College. High Point 

Miss E. Vera Idol, Emerywood Court Apts., High Point 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kidd. Win. & Mary Apts., 19-A. High Point 

Mrs. Frances \V. Koontz. 820 E. College Drive, High Point 

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

Dr. R. A. Line-berry. 1004 Johnson Ave.. High Point 

Mrs. Lois Livingston. 901 \\\ College Drive, High Point 

Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Locke. 911 N. Hamilton St.. High Point 

Dr. Lincoln Lorenz. 2509 Parkwood, Greensboro 



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Mr. Harry K. Martin, McCulloch Hall, High Point College, High Point 

Mrs- Lillian Mays, Gantt Apts., 18-C, High Point 

Dr. Frances Muldrow, Milledgeville, Ga. 

Mr. Carl H. Nance, 405 Shady Lane Ave., High Point 

Dr. Jack R. Netcher, 810 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Mrs. Mozelle Parker, 2009 West Rotary Drive. High Point 

Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 806 Carrick Street 

Mrs. Betty S. Perry, Woman's Hall, High Point College, High Point 

Dr. Herbert H. Peterson, 210 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Mr. Raiford M. Porter, 1202 N. Main, Apt. 7, High Point 

Mrs. Kathryn G. Ring, Route 1, High Point 

Dr. C. E. Rozzelle, 1018 S. Hawthorne Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Mrs. Mona Saunders, 1202 Delk Drive, High Point 

Dr. Jerome C. Smith, Emerywood Court Apts., J-3-A, High Point 

Mrs. Mary C. Spurrier, Win. & Mary Apts., 93-E, High Point 

Mrs. Marion Stout, 1030 Wellington St., High Point 

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

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams, 810 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

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

Dr. Lawrence A. Wood, 805 W. Circle Drive, High Point 

Miss Ruth Worthington, 607 Kinircy Street, High Point 

Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Wright, High Point College, High Point 

Mr. N. P. Yarborough, 1431 Welshire Blvd., High Point 

Mr. Virgil Yow. 101 West Howell St., High Point 



SENIOR MEN 



Albright, Bobby York, 409 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Arnold, Stewart, Route 1, Cameron 

Atwell, Paul Dean, Route 2, Mooresville 

Barrier, Jack Price, Nelson Apts., #2, Lenoir 

Beasley, John Bradswell, Main St., Randleman 

Beasley, John William, 1007 Glenwood Ave., Creensboro 

Bell, Libby H., 1105 Elizabeth St., Durham 

Bennett, John Kemp, 2308 Caddy Dr., Raleigh 

Black, Kenneth Ray, 215 Thurston Apt. C. High Point 

Blue. William Berry, Route 3, Carthage 

Brewer, Burnie Lee, Jr.. 1114 Ward St., High Point 

Brewer, William Gray, Jr.. 2424 Lyndhurst Ave., Winston-Salem 

Brown, Carl Hutson. 309 Kenneth St.. High Point 

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

Burgess, Colburn R.. General Delivery. Franklinville 

Burns, Thomas Alexander. Jr., 203 Ridgecrest Rd., Asheboro 

Byrd, Douglas Leon, Route 2, Asheboro 

Campbell, Barker Jerry, Box 72, Jamestown 

Campbell, Claude Terry. 201 Edgeworth. High Point 

Campbell. Kenneth Allen, 507 Chestnut St.. High Point 

Cannon. Horace Samuel, 1613 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Carrington, Joseph Llewellyn, 1905 Erwin, Durham 

Carter, Henry Samuel, 2517 Woodville St.. Winston-Salem 

Caudle. Ollic Reed. Jr., 503 N. East Avenue, Kannapoiis 

Clark, Charles Robert, Box 327, Denton 

Clinard, Robert Miller, 109 Miller St., Thomasville 

Collins, Rush C, Jr.. Route 2, Box 18. Madison 

Copple, Benny Otto, Jr.. 1244 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 

Crockett, Phil Wayne, 404 Coapman Ave.. Greensboro 

Culler, Oscar Leighton, 600-B Richardson St., High Point 

Currie, Lawrence Stewart, Box 57, Robbins 

Dabbs, Robert Frank. 1320 Oak St., Greensboro 

Dunbar, Bobby Ray. 127 Pinecrest Dr.. High Point 

Eanes, George Thomas, Route 4. Thomasville 

Everhart, Alan Randal, Route 1, Box 105, Thomasville 

Everhart, Von Edward. Route 8. Lexington 

Faulkner, Clyde Wheeler, Jr., Box 265, Walkertown 

Felker, James Wiley, Route 3, Kernersville 

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

Foster, Robert Lee, 101 Regal Drive. Lenoir 

Frye, Donald Edison, 1346 Summit Dr., Mount Airy 

Frye, James Gray, Route 4. Box 31, Greensboro 

Fulp, Charles Johnson, 204 Cox Ave., Thomasville 

Furr. Alva Roger, P. O. Box 216, Norwood 

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

Gardner. William Raymond, Route 3, Box 468, Mount Airy 

Gatling, Robert Lee, 221 Catling St.. Ahoskie 

Cranthan. Sanders Lee. Stantonsburg 

Gray, Harold Gilmer, 282 Tarboro St., Rocky Mount 

Greene. Emory Lane. 505 Rockspring Rd., High Point 

Hartley. Hovle Travis, Jr., 1810 W. Rotary Dr., High Point 

Hartley, Thad Kerr, Route 5. Lexington 

Hawks. Warren G. Harding, Route 5, Box 120, Mt. Airy 

Hendrix, T. R„ Jr., Box 98, Trinity 

Hiatt, Johnny Austin, 501 Randolph St., Thomasville 

Hine, Charles Lee, 2733 Patterson Ave,, Winston -Salem 

Holbrook, Herbert Howard. 302 Louise Ave.. High Point 

Holcombe, Charles III. 39 Bassett Rd.. Asheville 

Huegele, William Travis. 332 S.W. 22nd St.. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Idol, Weldon A., Route 1, Kernersville 

Ivev. George Washington, Jr., South Main, Norwood 

Jackson, Wilbur Ivan, 810 W. Fourth St.. Ayden 

Johnson. William Clarence, Star 

Jones, Lloyd Dale, 905 Asheboro St., High Point 

Jones, Paul Cornelius, Jr., 1108 Elizabeth St., Durham 

Kirkman, Grover C. Jr., Route 1, Box 371. Greensboro 

Kiser, William Daniel. Box 57. Germanton 

Kivett. George Ervin. 924 Old Winston Rd., High Point 

Lackey. Jesse Edwin, 413 Dayton, High Point 

Latham. A. L.. Jr.. Route 5, Box 191-C. Greensboro 

Leonard. Coy Briggs, Route 4. Box 21. Lexington 



Lewallen, Lawrence Erlin. Box 45, Route 1, High Point 

Lewis, Johnnie Murrell, 302 Main St., Henderson 

Livingston, Luther Wakefield, Jr., Route 6, Box 459, Statesville 

Lloyd. Don B., 302 Cray St.. Thomasville 

Lucas, William Ronald, Route 5, Asheboro 

Lyndon, Bobby Shaw, Route 2, Trinity 

Mabe, William Franklin, 800 Willowbar Terrace, High Point 

McLean, Thomas Colon. Rhodhiss 

McLeod, Bobby Vernon. 802 Arbordale Dr., High Point 

Macon, Fred Keith, Route 3, Box 339, Greensboro 

Marlowe, William Douglas, Raute 4, Statesville 

Mayor. Pedro Montes, Ave. 35 H5230 Esii 54, Marinao, Havana, Cuba 

Michael, Bobby Ray, Route 4, Box 132, Thomasville 

Morris, James Willie. Jr., 406 Rosewood Dr., Lexington 

Moss, Paul Elliott. 246 Crestwood Pk., High Point 

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

Mullican, Noble Pearce, Jr., 1831 Academy St.. Winston-Salem 

Murray, Donald Dixon. 2340 Cloister Dr.. Charlotte 

Myers, David Luther, Route 4, Thomasville 

Myrick, Fairrell Dextil. Box 612, Aberdeen 

Nelson, Roger Lee, 158 Dobson, Kernersville 

Newkirk, William Preston, VVillard 

Oakley, Max David, Route 2, Box 142. Trinity 

Osborne. Murphy Morgan. Jr., 303 Steele St., High Point 

Parker, Samuel Joshua, Jr., Hurdle Mills 

Pa.xton. Murray Kenneth, Smyre Station, Gastonia 

Pegram. Robert, Route 1. Jamestown 

Pender. Arnold Gray, 104 Oakland Ave.. Kernersville 

Pennewell, William Scott. Jr., 26 North St., Onancock, Va. 

Peterson, Jather L., Jr., P. O. Box 217, Vanceboro 

Place, William Milton, Route 1. Louisburg 

Poyner, Walter Martin. Jr., Moyock 

Riddle, Gene Arden, Route 2, Box 495, Kannapoiis 

Rierson. John Wyatt, 3055 Gilmer Axe.. Winston-Salem 

Roberts. Jim Wright, Route 1, Stokesdale 

Rose, Mark Spurgeon, 75 Park Blvd., Winston-Salem 

Safrit. Leon, 2010 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Scott, Bobby Franklin, 15-D Adkins, Spray 

Sereque, Arthur Forsyth. Jr.. 28 Chestnut St.. Shelton, Conn. 

Shelton, Roger Alvin, Route 4, Mount Airy 

Shepherd, George Edward, 501 Pilot Ave., Fayetteville 

Shuler, Randall Thomas, 206 Leonard St.. Thomasville 

Simpson. Billy Hayes. Box 45. Boonville 

Simpson. Carlton Eugene. 525 Centergrove Rd., Kannapoiis 

Sink, James Ardell. Route 3, Lexington 

Smith. Boyd Gerald, Route 1. Box 136, Lexington 

Smith, lames Edward. Box 397. Walstonburg 

Smith. James Lenons. Jr., 1303 Waverly Ave., High Point 

Smith. Robert Eugene. 1028 Meadowbrook St., High Point 

Smith, Royce Eugene. Route 3, Coldsboro 

Snyder, Robert Clifton, 76-D William & Mary Apts., High Point 

Stafford, Kenneth Stanley, Route 1, Kernersville 

Starnes, James Allen, 460 College St., Mooresville 

Starnes, Theron Paul. Jr.. 812 W. "A" St.. Kannapoiis 

Staton. John Charles, Route 2, Polkton 

Stirling, Buford Kyle, Jr., 616 Fifth S. W., Birmingham, Alabama 

Stroupe. David Brendel. 817 Center Ave., Portsmouth, Va. 

Suggs. Bobby Clyde. Route 3, Box 185, Thomasville 

Sumner, James Hayes. 503 Decatur St., High Point 

Swaim. Argus Barker. 319 High Point St., Randleman 

Swaringen, David Dale, 1315 Parkway Ave., Charlotte 

Sykes, William Harold, 308 Cherry Grove St., Durham 

Taylor. Roy Arthur, 4th and Bracken St., Augusta. Ky. 

Taylor. Wilson Remi. 4312 Cornell Ave.. Greensboro 

Terrell, Giles Oldham, Main St.. Yanceyville 

Thornton. Cerald Mitchell. 1938 Hinshaw Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Thornton, Joseph Pope, 29 W. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 

Tobin, Robert Henry. 217 Shepperd St.. Thomasville 

Tucker. Harry T., Route 1, Box 2, Madison 

Tyson, James William, Jr., Route 1, Stantonsburg 

Vestal, Billy Curtis, 1210 N. Main St., High Point- 



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Waitman, Larry Bolton, 819 Circle Dr., High Point 

Walker, Thomas Estil, 501 E. Lexington, High Point 

Walton, Robert Clyde, 1016 Tabor St., High Point 

Ward, Walter Lee, 922 S. Cox St., Asheboro 

Warner, Braxton Ingram, 1302-B Eaton PI., High Point 

Warren, Donald Ross, 1510 Valley Ridge Dr., High Point 

Warren, Thomas Julian, Jr., Route 1, Cameron 

Watkins, Walter Eugene, 3625 S. Main St. Ext., Winston-Salem 

Watson, Harold Ray, 502 Creek Ridge Rd., Greensboro 



Wen. Tony T., 314 Woodbrook Ct„ High Point 
Wicker, Raymond Spencer. Jr., 113 Colleton Rd., Raleigh 
Wilkes, Lawrence Frank, 104 Millikan Dr., Asheboro 
Wilkinson. Larry Dale. Route 6. Box 412. Charlotte 
Wilson, James Richard, Aberdeen 
Wilson. Larry Lewis, Route 6. Box 91, Greensboro 
Younger. Harold Floyd, 1212 Johnson St.. High Point 
Zainbrana, Ben Franklin, Cajon 9, LaPaz. Bolivia 



SENIOR GIRLS 



Beam, Patricia Ann, 400 E. Main St., Cherryville 

Broadway. Edith Elaine Mills, 718 S. Second St., Albemarle 

Brooks, Betty Jean, Timberlake 

Capps, Phyllis Anne, Wallburg 

Crews, Nancy Gail, Route 6, Winston-Salem 

Deal, Beverly Ann, 404 South Street, Gastonia 

Donnell, Carol West Atcheson, 812 Shamrock, Asheboro 

Elder, June Faye, 405 Bay St.. Lynchburg, Va. 

Ellington, Martha Wilson, 608 Sunset Dr., High Point 

Freshwater, Waynona Sue, Route 2, Mebane 

Fowler, Anita Jeanene, 1000 North Main, Newton 

Fuller, Nell Sigmon, Mrs., 809 S. Ellis St.. Apt. 3, Salisbury 

Carcia, Lucila Teresa. Avenue 47, #5429. Havana, Cuba 

Goodman, Rachel Scott, 224 E. Clinton St.. Clayton, N. J. 

Gunn, Avie Anne, Route 2, Kenbridge. Va. 

Harrington, Betty Jo. Rowland 

Harris, Barbara A., 208 Walker Ave.. Asheboro 

Harris, Edna Louise, Box 33, Macon 

Hedgecock, Betsy Ruth, W. Homestead Avenue, High Point 

Hollingsworth, Cora Ann, 807 Carrick Ave.. High Point 

Hobbs, Patsy Ann. 526 Bostian Ave., Kannapolis 

Jones, Nellie Mae, Box 17, Crumpler, W. Va. 

Jordan, Patricia Lou, 120 Briggs Ave., High Point 

Kearns, Norma Jane, 1031 W. Salisbury, Asheboro 

Knight, Christine Wilson, Route 1. Suinmerfield 

Lanier, Joetta Pearl, Route 1, Box 59, Thomasville 

Leinmond, Jane Cayle, Box 241, Matthews 

Lloyd. Dorothy Ruth, 609 Lindsay St., High Point 



Lynch, Marguerite Jean. 1626 W. Rotary Dr.. High Point 

McCulloh, Jacqueline R., Route 3, Moeksville 

McNeill, Loberta Louise, Scagrovc 

Martin. Loretta Myers. Route 1, Thomasville 

Miller. Shirley Anne. 210 Lindsay. High Point 

Mize. Patricia C. Box 5024, Davtona Beach, Fla. 

Oakley. Elsie May, 105 E. Jackson St.. Mebane 

Phillips. Hazel Starrett. 505 14th St., Winston-Salem 

Pugh. Gladys Louise, Route 1, Franklinville 

Pntman, Roxana. 211 Jamestown Bel.. High Point 

Rakestraw. Helen Caroline, Box 123, Stoneville 

Rice, Nancy Jo, Route 3, High Point 

Rufty, Sarah Jean, Route 2, Carson Drive, Newton 

Sechrest, Linda Anne. Route 1. Jamestown 

Sherrill, Patsy Anne, 728 E. Broad St., Statesville 

Simpson. Ivey Sue Perry. 701 Johnson Ave.. Thomasville 

Singletary. Betsy Stevens. P. O. Box 185. Clarkton 

Smith. Lois Alene, Ogburn Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Smith, Patricia Faith, S. Westwood Rd., Ansonia, Conn. 

Stafford. Sarah Elizabeth. 405 "L"' St.. N. VV'ilkesboro 

Stroupe. Nancy Lee Yaple. 1008!; Campbell. High Point 

Tcague. Henrianna, 631 VV. Green St., High Point 

Wall. Sarah Jane. 207 Lindsay St., High Point 

Ward. Judith Todd, Route 3. Moeksville 

Waters, Mary Jane, Evergreen Lane, Milford, Dela. 

Wiley. Phvllis Mae, 1005 Charlotte St., High Point 

Wilson, Barbara Elizabeth, 404 North Dr., High Point 

York, Shelby Jean, Route 5, High Point 



JUNIOR MEN 



AfendiS. Steven James, 24-08 Ditmars Blvd., New York City, N. Y. 

Alexander, Terry Renn, Jr., 415 Tate St., High Point 

Allen, Roy Bryon, Route 2, Pinnacle 

Anderson, Glenn Elwood, Jr., 1512 Canterbury Rd., Raleigh 

Anderson, William Harvey, 515 Park Avenue, Durham 

Barber, Frederick Ray, Jr., Route 4, Statesville 

Barbour, Marvin Lindsay, 504 Hillsboro Rd., Carrboro 

Beauchot, Maury Franklin, Monroeville, Indiana 

Bell, Cecil Calvert, 120 College PI.. Greensboro 

Benfield, Jack Monroe, 734 S. College Ave., Newton 

Berry, Frank Eugene, Route 1, Box 63-A, Trinity 

Black, Jimmy Ronald, 704 Harrison, High Point 

Bingham, Raymond Curtis, Route 3, Asheboro 

Bowers, Donald Ray, 213 Griclar St., High Point 

Bowles, Arthur Monroe, 3296 New Greensboro Rd., Winston-Salem 

Brady, Jerry Brevard, 173 Huntley Place. Charlotte 

Brown. Clarence Wayne, Colfax 

Bryant, Raphael Luther, General Delivery, Thomasville 

Busbin, Onnie Mell, Jr., 316 W. Gore Ave., Orlando, Fla. 

Butler, James Wyatt. 1111 Clyde St., High Point 

Caison, Charles Crawford, 1320 Bradshaw St.. High Point 

Calloway, Jimmy Roy, Route 5, Winston-Salem 

Cassell, Paul McRay, Jr., Box 275, Walnut Cove 

Chapman, Ronald Eugene, Route 3, Taylorsville 

Clinard, Dudley B., 608 Oak View Rd., High Point 

Collins, William Leslie, 1023 Sherrod Ave.. High Point 

Cook, Ceorge Paddison, 809 E. Lexington, High Point 

Connell. Bobby Dearmond, 220 S. Elm St., Asheboro 

Cornell, Gary Stiles. 89 Pleasant St., N. Attleboro, Mass. 

Coyl, Edwin Bernard, Qts. "B," U. S. Naval Hospital. Portsmouth, Va. 

Craig. William Graham. 127 Lindsay St.. High Point 

Crook, Cletus Beatrix, Jr.. Box 1070. Albemarle 

Crye, Louie Sam, 643 E. Front St., Statesville 

Darr, Jack G., 833 E. Devonshire, Winston-Salem 

Davenport, John Louis, Box "J". Elizabethtown 

Davis, Charles David, Route 3, High Point 

Davis, Richard Kearns, Route 3. High Point 

Deal. Pinckney Gustave', 110 Colville Rd., Charlotte 

DeLapp, Leonard Harold, 903 Jefferson St., High Point 

Delk, Adrian Briggs, Route 2, Lexington 

Denny, Isaac Lewis. 721 Bridges St.. High Point 

Dyson, Ernest Charles. 112 Burkhead St., Whiteville 

Edwards, Frazier McLean, 2705 Bedford Ave., Raleigh 



Edwards. John Frank, 116 Oakwood Ct.. High Point 

Elliott. Robert Louis, 1609 Delaware Ave., Durham 

Formyduval, Willard Randolph. Nakina 

Freeman. Clarence Colbert. Jr., 1014 lohnsontown Rd.. Thomasville 

Garner. Clyde Allen, 502-A Ward St., High Point 

Gansman, John Francis, 1402 Forrest, High Point 

George, Donald Franklin, 202 Clayton, Winston-Salem 

Cordon, David Morris, 610 English St.. High Point 

Greene, William Ray. 904 N. Hamilton, High Point 

Groome. Billy Arnold, Route 4. Thomasville 

Gusler. Jesse James. Route 3, Box 35, Fermm, Va. 

Hdl, Elmer O, Route 2, Elon College 

Hamilton, Warren Edward. 15 Magnolia St.. Newington, Conn. 

Harris, Robert Gentry. Jr.. Route 1. Linwood 

Hedden, Edward Lee, 3007 Leonard St.. Raleigh 

Hicks. Kenneth Lamar, 908 Hollywood Dr., Jackson, Tenn. 

Hilton. Donald Lee, 104 Council St.. Thomasville 

Johnson. Charles Richard. 301 E. Main St., Thomasville 

Jones, Kelly Ray, Route 2, Jonestown Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Jones, Wesley Charles, Box 312. Bolton 

Kay, Jerry Ray, 303 Park St., High Point 

Lawson, Bobby Frank, 1400 Spring Garden St.. Greensboro 

Leatherwood, William Edward. Route 3, Box 200, Waynesville 

Levina. Donald Kerr, 923 Gordon St., High Point 

Lewis, Jackie Lee, 306 Steele St., High Point 

Lloyd, Glenn David, Route 8, Sanford 

Loflin, Max Gordon, 200 Eugene St., High Point 

Loftis, Thomas Edgar, 301 E. Graham St.. Mebane 

McCee. Donald Harding, Route 2. Box 128, Kernersville 

McGee, William Claude, Jr.. Tobaccoville 

Mackintosh, Elwin Lee. 3008 W. Street, S.E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Madison, John Talton, 3726 Oakwood Dr., Greensboro 

Mason, Richard Burnett, 1447 Oak Avenue, High Point 

Melvin. John Wilton. Route 10, Box 127, Greensboro 

Moore. William David, 423-B Ennis St., High Point 

Moss, Aaron Ward, 18 Bessemer Rd., Gastonia 

Nifong. Gordon Dale, 1834 Brantley St.. Winston-Salem 

Odom. Daniel Rollins, 1415 Long St.. High Point 

Parish, George William. 1514 Ehvood Ave.. Greensboro 

Parker, James William, 840 Trollinger Rd.. Asheboro 

Parker. Kenneth William. 4923 Old Rural Hall Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Parrish, James Justice. 189 Bodenhammer, Kernersville 

Payne. Donald Lee, 2004 Poplar St., Greensboro 



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Pendry, Luther Mahlon. Route 2. Bo* 166, High Point 

Pharr, Robert Reece, 231 Maple Ave.. Statesville 

Phillips. John Bennett, P. O. Box 325, Boonvillc 

Powell, Jack Arnold, 300 Player Drive, High Point 

Price, Elmer Willard, 807 Quaker Lane, High Point 

Reavis, Larry Jones, 631 E. Sprague, Winston-Salem 

Record. Sion Leo. Jr., P. O. Box 246. Kernersville 

Richardson, Harold Delano, 1801 Johnston St., High Point 

Roberson, John Lawrence, 1114 Gregory St., Greensboro 

Roberts, John Kirk, 314 Boulevard, High Point 

Robertson, Jessie Wayne, 1009 Greensboro Rd., High Point 

Rogers, William Ray, 819 Circle Dr.. High Point 

Rose, James Douglas, 75 Park Blvd., Winston-Salem 

Rutledge, William Franklin, 110 More St., Thomasville 

Sanders, Luther James, Jr.. 1100 W. Church St., Elizabeth City 

Satterfield, Eugene Thomas, Jr.. 211 East "G" St.. Ervin 

Sehram. Charles Ian, 210-B Chestnut St., High Point 

Sellers, Donald Manley, Route 2. Box 277-A, Leland 

Sherrer. Fred Raymond, 515 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Siceloff, Joseph B., 1932 Hinshaw Ave., Winston-Salem 

Sillmon, David Wilde, Route 1, Greensboro 

Sisk, Charles Wesley, Box 144, Southmont 

Speight, Clegg Duboise, 123K S. Poplar St., Winston-Salem 

Speight, Robert Dale, 123K S. Poplar St., Winston-Salem 

Spencer. Ted Lee, Lawsonville 

Squires, Douglas Ray, Route 1, Kelly 

Strader. Hassel Gray. Walkertown 

Stutts, Clyde Curtis, Star 



Surratt, Harold Allen, Jr., 912 Charlotte St., High Point 

Swiggett, Paul Larry, Route 5, High Point 

Tate, James Vernon, 209 Waco Road, Kings Mountain 

Taylor, Francis Stuart, III, 48l9-68th Ave., Woodlawn, Md. 

Taylor, Robert Brown, Eastover Apts. #4, High Point 

Trevarthen, Albert Russell, Sherman Ave., Vineland, N. J. 

Vaughn. Charles Sidney, 309 Colonial Dr., High Point 

Vcach, Norman Wayne, Route 1, Box 73. High Point 

VonCannon, Fred Lewis, 2509 Camden Rd., Greensboro 

Wampler, Clayton Eugene, 105 Sunset Dr., High Point 

Wamplcr, Norman Walter, 105 Sunset Dr., High Point 

Watson, Charles Lee, 121 W. Columbus St., Whiteville 

Weaver, Bobby Lloyd. Route 4. High Point 

Whicker, William Norman, Route 3, Kernersville 

Whitaker, Dallas Wayne, 3023 Ivy Avenue, Winston-Salem 

White, Hugh Samuel, P. O. Box 108, Carolina Beach 

White. James Dale. 110 Hilton Ave., Durham 

Whitlock, Dwight Edward, Jr., 825 W. Sixth St., Winston-Salem 

Wienberry, Bobby Lee, 504 Sunset Drive, High Point 

Williams, Charles Ashburn, Route 5, Lexington 

Williams. Clarence Ray, Box 392, Star 

Williams, Kenneth Wayne, Virginia Avenue. Spray 

Williams, Larrv Eugene, Route 1. Box 347, Durham 

Williams, Robert E., 615 Wesley PI.. High Point 

Wilson. Billy Tom, Route 1, Stokesdale 

Wingo, Granville Ross, 206 Spring St., Marion 

Workman. Donald Clifton, 1202 N. Main St., Apt. 10, High Point 

York. Henry Johnson, Jr., Box 1052, High Point 



JUNIOR GIRLS 



Abernethy. Carolyn Faye Medlin, 337 Holly St., Asheboro 

Adams, Mary Elizabeth, 703 Arlington Ave., High Point 

Ayers, Barbara Ann. Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Bennett, Elizabeth Anne, Powhetan Apts. A-3, Greensboro 

Briggs, Linda Lou. Route 6, Lexington 

Bryant, Betsy Jayne. 602 Colonial Dr., High Point 

Buffaloe, Martha Jane, Box 74. Marston 

Burgess. Carolyn Ila, 524 Catewood Ave., High Point 

Cann. Catherine Nixon, 2375 Fairway Dr., Winston-Salem 

Cates, Helen Carlene, 316 Phillip St.. High Point 

Chapman, Mary Louise. Route 1, Arden 

Davis, Joyce Ann. 1909 Southgate St.. Durham 

Dickens, Martha Leone. Carolina Apts., Thomasville 

Dickson, Audrey Lee, Route 1, Horse Shoe 

Dorsett, Eva Nell, 401 Welborne Street. Thomasville 

Evans, Eleanor Annetta. 327 Russell St., Ridley Park. Pa. 

Groome, Linda Lee. 1100 Rotary Dr., High Point 

Harrington. Daisy Pauline L., Route 6. Box 172, Greensboro 

Hester, Patricia Cail. 1310!; N. Main, High Point 

Hill, Sylvia Evans, Route 4. Winston-Salem 

Hodges. Dawn Veranne, Route 1. Crifton 

Hodges. Willie Lieu, Route 13, New Church. Va. 

Hodgin. Mary Ann, P. O. Box 135. Jamestown 

Holt, Sylvia Grey, Box 834, Troy 

Imwold. Carole Lee. 825 Stamford Rd.. Baltimore 29, Md. 

Ingram, Sharon Francine, 105 Sunrise Ave.. Mt. Gilead 

Jackson, Annie Sue, Route 1. Box 50. Elkin 

Jarrett, Betty Rose, 209 Kern St.. Thomasville 



Kurfees. Elizabeth Ann. 874 N. Main St., Mocksville 

Leonard, Ramona Lee, 408 W. Fourth A\'e., Lexington 

McCullock, Martha Beth, Route 2, Lexington 

Marlowe. Irma Deedie. Route 1, Clarkton 

Martin. Jane Carolyn, Route 2, Denton 

Meacham. Betty Lee, Route 4, Rockingham 

Moore, Patsy Lee, Route 1. King 

Nelson. Shelby Jean. Route 1. Madison 

Paisley. Billie Jo, 802 Uwharrie St.. Asheboro 

Parks. Juanita Myrtle. Route 2. Max Meaclows, Va. 

Payne. Betsy Lee, Chestnut St., Ext., High Point 

Payne. Betty Jane. Chestnut St.. Ext., High Point 

Poole, Patsy Kirk, 406 Player Drive, High Point 

Porcelli, Lucia Marie. 905 Cleveland St., Durham 

Purvis. Barbara Carol. Archdale 

Rich, Peggy Ella, 1508 Moody St., Asheboro 

Robbing. Ronda Lee. 957 S. Salisbury St., Lexington 

Scruggs, lrma Jane, 4229 Marguette Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Smith, Emma Rhue, Route 1. Box 241. Guilford 

Stewart. Melvin Benson. Ill S. High St.. Draper 

Tilley, Sara Frances, LawsonvilU- 

Turnipseed. Martha Louise, 613 Walnut St.. Statesville 

Tutterow. Clara Janice, 119 Park St., Statesville 

White. Edna Louise. 906 Edgefield St.. Greenwood. S. C. 

Wilson, Judith Ann, 1700 Lakewood Ave.. Durham 

Wright. Patsy Earlene, 406 Battleground Rd., Kings Mt. 

Yokley. Shirley Ann. 619 Arch St.. High Point 



SOPHOMORE MEN 



Adams, Anthony Angelo, Glen Alpine 

Anderson. Charles Gilliam. 976 Fisher Ferry Rd.. Thomasville 

Andrews. Norman Leon, Box 395, Robbins 

Avers, Henry Gale, Route 1. Stuart, Va. 

Badgett, Bobby Armficld. Route 1, Mt. Airy 

Baker, Billy Eugene, Route 2, Box 2, Concord 

Barnes, Ronny Jerry. 216 Jay Axe., High Point 

Barnes, James Carlton. Route 1. Linwo<xl 

Batclielor, Ervin S.. Box 1462. Greensboro 

Bean, David Alden, 607 Highland Ave.. High Point 

Beeson. Cilbert Ward. Jr.. Route 1. Pembroke 

Beusse. Leon Richard, 402 Kerns St.. Thomasville 

Boose. George Nathaniel. Route S, Winston-Salem 

Boroughs, Otis Clairel. Jackson Springs 

Bowers, Darrell Cray. 722 Prospect St.. High Point 

Brewer, Ernest Vogler. 2424 Lyndhurst Ave . Winston-Salem 

Brooks. Gerald Arliss. Church St.. Bath 

Buck. Gilbert Rex. 922 Grace St.. High Point 

Burger. James Winton. 633 Wesley Place. High Point 

Calloway, Allen Gray. 2117 S. Main St. Winston-Salem 

Calloway. William Rodney. 190S Butler St.. Winston-Salem 

Canada. Larry Franklin. 351 lunia Ave. Winston -Salem 

Cass. John Herman. Jr.. 1612 X. College Park Dr.. Greensboro 

Cherry, Corbin Lee. 25 Church Street. Hertford 



Cline, James Wingate. Route 2. Thomasville 

Cook. James Edward. S09 E. Lexington, High Point 

Cox, Walter Carson. 915 English St.," High Point 

Damon. William Edward. 121 Shadycrest Dr.. E. Hartford, Conn. 

Davis, Harry Spencer. Clemmons 

Davis, Herbert C. Box 592, Church St.. Warrenton 

Davis, John Earl, 3809 Park Road. Charlotte 

Davis, Will Stanton, 508 Welborne St.. Thomasville 

Dodson. Keith Douglas. Route 1, Madison 

Edwards. Harold Mock, 20 Montlieu St.. Thomasville 

Faircloth. Norman Dixon. 302 Jamestown, Hiijh Point 

Fletcher. Glenn Gary. 307 Otteray Dr., High Point 

Russell. Daniel Jerome. Jr., Ridge St., Rose Hill 

Oarnctt. J. ones E.irl. Rcr.tr '. . Jamestown 

Gibson. Joe Talmadge. Pine Hall 

Gilland. Richard Rozzelle. 1600 Pecan Ave.. Charlotte 

Cinns, Homer Lloyd. 577 Hanover St., Fall River. Mass. 

Goodman. William Quinn, 224 E. Clinton St.. Clayton, N. J. 

Gray. Earl Leaxon, 9 LaRue Street. W. Asheville 

Groome. Wilbur Lee. 1033 Wellington. High Point 

Handy. Fred Charlie. 3113 Georgian Terrace. Raleigh 

Hanner. Thomas Isaac. Route 4. Asheville 

Harris. James David, Jr., Route 8, Box 397. Greensboro 

Hauser. Ronald Billy. 107 Barker Ave., High Point 



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Hazzard, Franklin Devon, 2333 English St., High Point 
Henry, Hector Himel, 2352 Barringer Dr., Charlotte 
Hiatt, Chr. -l.es James, Jr., 214 Liberty Rd„ High Point 
Hilliard, Daniel Alexander, 122 Frazier St., High Point 
Hodgin, James Alson, Route 8, Box 466, Greensboro 
Huff, Charles Louis, Jr., Route 1, High Point 
Hunter, James Megruder, Turkey 
Hutchins, Terry Richard, P. O. Box 116, King 
Hyatt, Haywood Braswell, Route 2, High Point 
Johnson, Charles Ross, 319 Louise Ave., High Point 
Johnson, Clarence Ray, 506 Tremont St.. Thomasville 
Joyce, Kirby Lee, Route 1, Sandy Ridge 
Joyner, Elmer Lee, 207 Kelly St., High Point 
Kearns, Wallace Reid, 1031 W. Salisbury St., Asheboro 
Kelly, Thurman Lee, 410 Manley, High Point 
Kennedy. Elder Lenton, Route 2, Trinity 
Kennedy, Milford Loy, 505 Enterprise St., High Point 
Kerr, Thomas James. Jr., 406 Denny, High Point 
Kimbro, Franklin Roosevelt, Box 107, Cedar Grove 
Lane, Albert Samuel, 3025 Patterson, Winston-Salem 
Law, Joe Alvin. 112 VV. Waryland Ave., Draper 
Lawrence, James Howard, Jr., 108 Motsinger St., High Point 
Lawson, Arnold Thomas, 1307 Highland St., High Point 
Ledwell, Jerry William, 1214 Prospect St., High Point 
Lester, James Richard, 713 Granby St., High Point 
Linthicum, William E., 320 Boulevard St., High Point 
Lohr, William Thomas, Route 5. Box 252, High Point 
Lowe, David Allen, 211 Greenoak Dr., High Point 
McKechnie. William Oiill, P. O. Box 216. Matthews 
McKinney, Perry Luke, 111 Beaufort Dr., Havelock 
McMillan, Douthey Frank, 6 E. Sunrise Ave., Thomasville 
McNeill, Robert Ray, Route 1, Seagrove 
Mann, Charles Thomas, 413 E. Greer St., Durham 
Martin. Ronald Floyd, Route 4, Box 381, High Point 
Misenheimer, Joe Alexander, 2107 E. Green St., High Point 
Moore, William Jason, 1035 Cliff Road, Asheboro 
Morgan, Donald Monroe, P. O. Box 1724, High Point 
Morris, William Lanier, 820 Fugate Ave., Charlotte 
Myers, Thomas Andrew, 17 Gray St., Thomasville 
Nelson, Robert Lee, 1009 Greensboro Rd., High Point 
Nesbitt, Donald Lee, 1108 Central Dr., Kannapolis 
Owens, Bobby Carlton, Route 5, Box 179, Lexington 
Owens, Ronald Lee, 317 Jefferson, Plymouth 



Payne, Billy Dean, Route 1, Kernersville 

Payne, Kenneth Forrest. Route 1. Kernersville 

Phillips. Claude Calvin. 1421 X. Hamilton. High Point 

Pickard. Thomas Lipes. 1305 Asheboro, Greensboro 

Poindexter, Gordon Scott, 904 Hutton St.. Winston-Salem 

Pope, Harvey Morgan, Rose Hill 

Potts. Cletus A.. Route 3, Mocksville 

Pruitt. Dennis, Route 9, Box 22, Creensboro 

Redding, Dennis Herbert. 409 Park St.. Randleman 

Rhodes, Robert Lee. Route 1, Madison 

Richardson, Kent Ray. 415 Patrick St., Leaksville 

Riddle. Caswell Anderson, 516 N. Bloodworth St., Raleigh 

Riddle. Charles Cobb. 516 N. Bloodworth St.. Raleigh 

Ring, Dallas Spencer, Jr., 909 Cranby St., High Point 

Roberson. James Vernon. Jr.. Box 15, Lilesville 

Roberts, Jerry Travis, Route 2, Granite Falls 

Rouse. Benjamin Charles, 404 N. Pollock, Kinston 

Routh. Daniel Wesley. Route 2. East Bend 

Sewell, Danny Joe, Route 3, Kokimo. Indiana 

Shelton, Clavis Orelle. Star Route, Walnut Cove 

Shore, Benjamin Henry, 3111 Konnoak Dr., Winston-Salem 

Sibley, Shelley Dan, Sharon Rd., Box 425, Albemarle 

Simpson, Weldon E., 701 Johnson Ave., Thomasville 

Smith, Daniel Astor. 1615 Springfield Ave., High Point 

Smith, Lester Jordan, 1012 Blair St., Thomasville 

Stafford, Ray Lemar, 201 Crestwood Park, High Point 

Stanton, David Allen, 109 Brantley Cr.. High Point 

Starnes, Walter Bryon, 832 Montlieu, High Point 

Swaim, Don Lewis, 1915 Waughtown, Winston-Salem 

Talbert, James Henry, 221 Ranch Drive, High Point 

Thompson. William Sutton. Yanceyville 

Turner. Thomas Hart. 2264 Circle Dr.. Raleigh 

Venable, Bobby Ray. 600 E. State St.. High Point 

Venable. Edward Victor. 706 Wise St., High Point 

Vestal, K. M., Jr., Box 151, Jonesville 

VVachs, William Ronald, P. O. Box 783. Pittsboro 

Warren, William Thomas. 165 Lnngview Ave., Westminster, Md. 

Watts, Roscoe Charles, Route 2, Granite Falls 

Westbrook, Frank P., 106 W. Foy St., Richlands 

Whitaker, Earl Arvin, Route 1. Box 2, Leicester 

Woocllief, Charles Douglas, Route 1, Randleman 

Wright, Harold Edward, Jr., Route 3, Lawndale 

Zimmerman, Thomas Jackson, Jr., 318 Warren St.. Greensboro 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS 



Avery, Jean Francis, Alberta, Va. 

Arey, Martha Carol, 404 Lakeshore Dr., Box 117, Aberdeen 

Baughn, Betty Rebecca, 201 N. Seventh Ave., Mayodan 

Bingham, Diane Elizabeth, Box 177, Clemmons 

Blackwell, Claudette, 2124 Edgewood Ave.. High Point 

Blanchard, Kathryn Ann, Route 1, Warsaw 

Brown, Marcia Maryette, Box 802, Pittsboro 

Bulla, Martha Ann, Route 2, Box 105-A, Asheboro 

Calloway, Carolyn Jones, Route 1. Lexington 

Chastain, Linda Lee, 201 W. Ballard St.. Cherryville 

Clay, Helen Hendley, 1805 Sunnyside Ave., Winston-Salem 

Coates, Jane Wrenn. 902 Phillip St., Garner 

Davidson, Montie Rose, 310 Spring St., Thomasville 

Davis. Eleanor Roberta, Route 2, Box 335, Wilmington 

Davis, Peggy Jean, Route 3, Lincolnton 

Deaton, Sylvia Jane, Salisbury Dr., Mooresville 

Dills, Elsie Mae, Route 3, Box 19, High Point 

Dorman, Betty Gray, Pembroke 

Draughn, Johnnye Sue Haney, Box 104, Dobson 

Duncan, Edna Rose, Hope Mills 

Early, Betty Brinkley, Mrs., 700 VV. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Everhart, Betty Arlene, Route 1, Box 203, Lexington 

Fish, Judith Ann, 2526 Rosselle St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Fussell, Sena Carolyn, Box 161, Rose Hill 

Coldston, Patience June. 397 N. Church, Concord 

Greene. Betsy Sue, 130 Spruce St., Badin 

Hardin, Elizabeth. 1915 Avondale Ave., Charlotte 

Harris, Nancy Karen Edwards, Route 1, Linwood 

Hazemey, Selma, 1021 Meadowbrook St., High Point 

Hill, Ann Lynn Highsmith, 2712 Patria St., Winston-Salem 

Hoover, Madge Elaine, 115 E. Oakdale St., Mt. Airy 

Hurst, Mary Elizabeth, 2211 Edgewood Ave., High Point 

Jackson, Sara Catherine, Box 217, Laurel Hill 

Lee, Mabel Dale, Route 1, Lawndale 

Lewis, Frances Ann, Pembroke 

Lowder, Bertha Carolyn, Route 1, Norwood 

Lucas, Helen Troy, 913 Forrest Avenue, High Point 

Macon, Ruth Ann, P. O. Box 67, Seagrove 

Madison, Barbara Elizabeth, 1215 16th St., Greensboro 

Marion, Frances Elizabeth, Route 1, Millers Creek 



Miller, Carolyn May, 1029 Montgomery St., Winston-Salem 
Minter. Phyllis Carole, 323 VV. Center Ave., Mooresville 
Montgomery, Sarah Priscilla, 901 W. Ray, High Point 
Mueller, Renate Hedwig, 1009 Grant St., High Point 
Murphy, Luthritia Sarah, Route 4, Thomasville 
Nicks, Sylvia Stella, 701 Gordon St., Roxboro 
Olmstead, Patricia, 1025 S. Oakcrest Rd., Arlington, Va. 
Peterson, Elizabeth Ray. Route 5, Box 338, Morganton 
Phillips, Shirley Ann, 1702 Cuyer St., High Point 
Pickett, Billie Norman. Box 27, Welcpme 
Plummer, Margaret Wicker. Central Falls 
Pollok, Lelia Coleman, Rovite 1, Box 26, Danville, Va. 
Porterheld, Barbara Jean. 220 S. East Avenue. Kannapolis 
Rackley. Shelby Jean. 1410 Cooke St., High Point 
Radcliffe. Glenda Mae, 312 N. 15th St.. Wilmington 
Ray. Patsy Angel. 1402 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 
Ridenhour, Dorothy Spears, Route 3, Box 154, Concord 
Rogers, Anna Marie, Clarkton 

Russell. Elizabeth Ann. Chestnut St., Ext., High Point 
Sheffield, Bobbie Lee. 1204 Fairfield Rd., High Point 
Shuford, Barbara Kay, Box 534. Lawndale 
Sills. Johnnie Gaye, Route 1. Winston-Salem 
Sisk, Peggy Jeanette, Box 144. Southmont 

Small, Jeanette Munn, Route 1, Landover P. O., Ardmore, Md. 
Smith. Mildred Jacquelyn, 405 N. Creen St., Morganton 
Starr, Anne Weaver, 611 Memorial Ave., N. Wilkesboro 
Steele, Grace Carol, 1060 S. Hawthorne Rd.. Winston-Salem 
Stuart, Winifred Grayce, Box 157, Matewan, West Va. 
Stultz, Betty Chrystella. 3742 Sunrise Ave.. Roanoke, Va. 
Swetland. Alice Rae. 1604 Sunset Blvd., Hendersonville 
Talley, Doris Maxine, Route 4. Concord 
Thornton. Ann Williams, 1 Bell St., Tabor Citv 
Traywick. Kathy Irene, Route 3, Marshville 
Truelove, Harriett Kaye. Route 3. Winston-Salem 
Tullock. Carolyn Mae. 113 W. Spruce St., Titusvillc. Pa. 
Tullock. Marilyn Kay, 113 W. Spruce St., Titusville, Pa. 
Walton, Grace Ellen. 1016 Tabor St., Higli Point 
Westmoreland. Patty Ramona. Route 4, ThumasvilU- 
Williams. Lynn Owen, 109 E. Tennessee Ave., Wilmington 
Williams. Shelby Robbins, Route 2. East Bend 



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FRESHMAN MEN 



Adams, Tommy Harrison, Route 4, High Point 

Andrews, Henry Raymond, Jr., Durham Rd., Route 2, Chapel Hill 

Andrews, Marvin Kay, Trinity 

Auman, Dalton Sylvester, Route 5, Asheboro 

Barr, John Douglas, Route 1, Rural Hall 

Beason, James Gordon, Jr., 736 Third Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Baxley, Walter Ronald, Route 1, St, Pauls 

Baxter, David Livingston, 606 Centennial Avenue, High Point 

Beckerdite, Roy John, 4276 Tise Ave., Winston-Salem 

Beroth, Vemice Victor, Jr., Route 8, Box 209, Winston-Salem 

Boger, Ray Cwyn, Route 2, Mocksville 

Bowers, Jackie Dean, Route 1, Thomasville 

Bowman, Hague Cleo, Box 253, Route 1, Elizabethtown 

Brendle, Robert Russell, 121 1 Cedrow Avenue, 'High Point 

Brown, Dale William, 11 Academy Street, Manchester, Conn. 

Brown, George David, 2534 Buena Vista Rd., Winston-Salem 

Bullins, David Stanley, 631 Peachtree Street, Asheboro 

Burney, Davis Fred, 810th Acwron, Winston-Salem 

Butler, Bobby Levern, 907 N, Hamilton, High Point 

Callahan, Robert Tyson, Route 1, Box 527, High Point 

Cameron, Hugh Harris, 729 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids 

Carle, Kenneth Walter, 12 Christian Street, Fairhaven, Mass. 

Chason, Larry Michial, Route 1, Box 50, White Oak 

Cheek, William Odell, Route 2, Winston-Salem 

Chitty, Allen Eugene, 1228 Ebert Street, Winston-Salem 

Clark, Robert Glen, Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Clark, William Charles, 281 Winston Rd., Lexington 

Cole, Jackie Richard, Box 224, Denton 

Collins, Miles Zeno, Jr., Route 1, Box 335, Jonesville 

Compton, Oscar Anderson. Route 1, Cedar Crove 

Cook, Earl Albert, Jr., Route 1, Midland 

Cooper, Carroll Wayne, 623 E. State St., High Point 

Coppley, Benny Lewis, Route 5, Winston-Sahjm 

Cromer, Charles Lemuel, 912 Arch Street, High Point 

Cross, Ceorge Willard, 1220 Terrell Dr., High Point 

Cross, Ray Wilson, Jr., 116 Campbell St., High Point 

Crowley, Donald William, 2203 E. Idlewlld St., Tampa 10, Fla. 

Crutchfield, Kenneth Earl, Edgemont St., Fairmont 

Currier, Gerard Michael, 1004 Pee Dee Ave., Albemarle 

Davis, Edwin Vance, Route 1, Hot Springs 

Davis, Jefferson Woodrow, Box 190, Elizabeth City 

Davis, Walter C, Route 4, High Point 

Dean, Robert Michael, 220 N. Briggs Ave., Durham 

DeLapp, James E., 706 Grace St., High Point 

Deskins, David Stuart, Route 8, Box 578, Greensboro 

Drapeau, Donald Alexander, 43 Mary St., Ansonia, Conn. 

Drum, James Albert, Route 8, Box 269, Statesville 

Dunivant, James Davis, 703 Sherwood Dr., High Point 

Fairley, David Alexander, 2705 Picardy PI., Charlotte 

Fitzgerald, Clyde Wayne, 508 Kennedy St., High Point 

Flanagan, Michael Edward, Route 3. Reidsville 

Fowler, Fred Alton, Jonesville 

Freeman, Donald Lee, 100 Morrison Ave., Thomasville 

Fulk, Charles Thomas, 624 Bertonley, Charlotte 

Fulk, Joseph Marion, Pinnacle 

Gaither, Robert Alvin, Jr., 521 Hartness Rd., Statesville 

Gekas. Speros Pete, 214 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Gentry, Jack A., Route 1, Box 297, Elkin 

Greer, Howard Jackson, 11 Hopedate St., Lexington 

Curley, Bobby Joe, Route 2. Trinity 

Guthrie. Jack Varrion, Harkers Island 

Guy, William Thomas, N. Edinburgh St., Red Springs 

Hackney, Daniel Oliver, 823 Green St., Durham 

Hall, Pearlie Robert, Jr., Route 1, Box 244, Jamestown 

Hallock, Donald Douglas, Route 2, Williamston 

Hardy, Marion, 400 West Broad Street. High Point 

Hedrick, Kay Byron, Route 4, Winston-Salem 

Heller. David Philip, P. O. Box 3398, Washington, D. C. 

Helms, Gene Erwin, Box 416, Elizabethtown 

Helsabeck, Ralph Lera, 819 Circle Dr., High Point 

Hemingway, Joseph Lennon, Elizabethtown 

Hernandez, Almiro Lopez, Calle 47, 5409, Mariano, Cuba 

Hill, Gerald Francis, Jr., 79 Dwight St., Ansonia, Conn. 

Hill, Jesse Ray, Route 2, Thomasville 

Hill, Joseph Edward. 104 Motsinger St., High Point 

Hollingsworth, Thomas William, 3012 Kivett Dr., High Point 

Hough, Joseph Alvin, Route 2, Box 203, Greensboro 

Howard, Thomas Jolly, Route 3. Kernersville 

Hudson, William Landon, Route 2, Box 81, High Point 

Huffman, Jimmy Dolphus, E. Marion Station. Marion 

Hunt. Crawson Hubbard, Route 2, Denton 

Jarrett, Donald Gray, Jr.. Route 2. Thomasville 

Jenkins, Donald Lee, Stantonsburg 

Johnson, Carroll Wayne, 111-B Weatherspoon St., Sanford 



Jomarron, Manuel T. de la Torre, Central Chaparre, Oriente, Cuba 

Joines, Shade Rufus, 318 Park Street, High Point 

Jordan. Kerneth Wayne, 117 Shaffield St., Asheboro 

Jordan, Roderick Crouse, 202 Palmer St., Albemarle 

Kennedy, Gary Barton, Route 1, Box 192, Thomasville 

Kittle, Roy Dale, 1102 Leona Ave., Winston-Salem 

Knott. Calvin DeSales, 1352 W. Street, S.E., Washington, D. C. 

Koontz, Jerry Webster, 820 E. College Dr., High Point 

Ladd, Grover Clenn, Jr.. 521 Chandler St., Winston-Salem 

Lane. Arnold Dermot, 2534 Harding St., Winston-Salem 

Langdon, Robert Louis, care Mrs. Blanch Joyce, Mayodan 

L mier, Ernest Randall, Route 8, Box 120. Lexington 

Lee, Robert Asbury, Jr., 1-A Win. & Mary Apts., High Point 

Lemar, Charles Farrell, Route 1, High Point 

Leonard, Joseph Daniel, 309 Willow Wood, High Point 

Long, Bruce Everett, Route 2, Hillsboro 

McCuire, Lloyd Daryl, 1019 Meadowbrook St., High Point 

McPherson. Wesley Dexter, 1908 Apex Dr., High Point 

Mann, Ronald Jackson, 112 W. Davis Street, High Point 

Martin, Don Edward, 121 State Street, Winston-Salem 

Martin, Harry Wayne, 205 Wilson St.. Madison 

Matthews, Kenny Dale. Route 1, Yadkinville 

Meade, Edwin Harrison, 607 S. Elam Ave., Greensboro 

Merritt, William Paul, Route 5, Asheboro 

Michael, Paul Edward, 518 N. Poplar St., Winston-Salem 

Moore, Larry Tate, Route 2, Box 490, Greensboro 

Morgan, James Daniel, 310 Ridgecrest Dr., High Point 

Morrison, Donald Myron, 118 Oakdale, Asheboro 

Moser, Jerry Francis, Box 316, Archdale 

Moss, James Robert. 435 W. Lexington, High Point 

Nance. Sherwood Arnold, Box 83, Troy 

Newlin, Joseph Nicholas, Route 2, Randleman 

Owens, Melvin Griggs, 902 W. Ray Street, High Point 

Passons. Clifford Francis, 2718 Normandy Rd., Charlotte 

Peace, Joseph Darrell, Route 2, Trinity 

Phillips. James Donald, 201 Edgar St., Roxboro 

Poole, Bobby Edgar, Seagrove 

Pope, Edward Crowell, 227 Roanoke Ave., Littleton 

Price, Charles Fred, 2104 Greene St., Charlotte 

Pridgen. Richard Allan, 36 Wanoca Ave., Asheville 

Prosser, Kenneth Morgan, 430 Tate St., High Point 

Pycior, John LaRonde, Taft Ave., M. R„ Rome, N. Y. 

Reddick, Gurney Reece, 1018 Blair St., Thomasville 

Reece, James Preston, 209 Holland St., Marietta, Ga. 

Reynolds. Joseph Carson, Box 42. Star 

Rich, William Kirk, 818 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Rico, Mariano Fernandez. Calle 46 #2310, Marianao. Cuba 

Riley, Larry Scott, Box 445, Carthage 

Robbins, Joseph Kermit, Route 2, Trinity 

Rogers. Larry Eugene, 1701 Pershing St., High Point 

Rose. John Earl, 305 W. Main St., Maiden 

Rowe, Charles Needham, 603 Thomas St., Thomasville 

Rudisill, Larry Joseph. 1 14 Maple St., Thomasville 

Safrit, Larry Broughton, P. O. Box 93, Mt. Gilead 

Shaffer, Monnie Ray, 1248 Tucker St., Greensboro 

Shanks, Kenneth Eugene, 117 Broad St., Kernersville 

Shaw, Harvey Ralph, 2004 Pleasant St., Asheboro 

Shelton, William Gary, P. O. Box 62, Liberty 

Shoaf, Norman Mack, Route 5, Winston-Salem 

Short, Jackie Dean. Box 6, Williams, Indiana 

Shuller, Edgar Ralph, Jr., Swansboro 

Silva, David Robert, 273 Ames St., Fall River, Mass. 

Silverstein, Howard Theodore, 227 Edgedale Dr., High Point 

Sink, Alfred Thomas, 203 E. Brown St., Randleman 

Skeen, Jerry Marshall, 2212 E. Green St., High Point 

Skidmore, Thomas Kyle, Box 324, Norwood 

Smith, Darrell Gordon, 512 Denny St., High Point 

Smith, George Kenneth, 29 Greenwood Rd., Biltmore 

Smith, Robert Taylor, 225 N. 7th St., Albermarle 

Smith, Ross Vernon, Jr., Thurmont, Md. 

Smith, Seth Cromwell, 502 N. Franklin St., Whiteville 

Snider, William Fred. 512 Twin Oak Court, High Point 

Spake, William Monroe, Jr., 12 Harvard Place, Asheville 

Spangler. Carl Joe, 635 Westwood, High Point 

Spurry, Thomas Frederick, Frederica, Delaware 

Stallings, Neil Anderson, Box 25, Whitnel 

Stanley, Charles Douglas, Swansboro 

Stanley. Wayman Clyde, 101 E. Frink St., Whiteville 

Stapleford, Maryon, 106 Terminal Ave., Kinston 

Starrette, Richard, 907 N. Center St., Statesville 

Steed, Roy Glenn, Route 3, High Point 

Stephens, Norman Ulin, Route 2, Elkin 

Stephenson, Herbert Everett, Jr., 1214 Alabama Ave., Durham 

Stewart, Robert Herr, Guida Drive, Guilford College 



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Stine, Car] Hugh, 2012 Elizabeth Ave, Winston-Salem 

Stone, Thomas Crosby, Holly Springs Rd., Raleigh 

Stout, James Harvey, 1530 Fairway Rd., Asheboro 

Sugg, Clay Jackson, Route 1, Seagrove 

Tate, Donald Wesley, 3204 Central Blvd., High Point 

Taylor, William Medford, Jr., Main Street, Conway 

Teague, John Charles, 105 Lansdown St., High Point 

Terrell, Jimmy Orville, Park St., Cranite Falls 

Thompson, Billy Harold. 2105 Brentwood Ave., High Point 

Tipton, Dean Ray, Route 1, High Falls 

Tuggle. Charles Albert. Route 3, High Point 

Vereen, Donald Cary. 425 N. Hamilton, High Point 

Vert, Richard Fredrick, 3508 Turner St., Chevy Chase, Md. 

Vogler, Raymond Charles, Route 8, Winston-Salem 

Wakefield, Earle Manton, Long Ridge Rd„ Pound Ridge. N. Y. 

Walker, Richard Liuk, P. O. 336, Lexington 

Walls, Roby Gray, 200 Park Drive, Winston-Salem 



Ward, John Kennon. 1308 Reynolds St., Key West, Fla. 
Watson, Talmadge Eugene. 1035 Asheboro St.. High Point 
Welch. Joseph Theodore. Route 4, Asheboro 
Wheless, Larry Wayne, 501 North Drive, High Point 
White, Bobby Thomas. 402 Liberty Dr., Thomasville 
Williams, David Leonard. 1206 Morgan St., Spray 
Williams, Preston Allen. 415 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 
Willis. Walter Thomas, 517 Myers Park Drive, Lexington 
Wilson, Jack Lyndon. 1105 Pershing St.. High Point 
Windley, Allen Blair, 114 Queen St., Beaufort 
Winslow, Charles Lloyd, 808 E. Lexington, High Point 
Woods. Bobby O'Dell, Box 241, Madison 
Worrell, Careth Boyd. Route 5, High Point 
Yarborough, Raeford Emberry, Route 4. Box 441, High Point 
Yates, Bobby Ray, 409 Davidson Street, Thomasville 
Zimmerman, Jerry Reid, 1703 Centennial Ext., High Point 



FRESHMAN GIRLS 



Albertonson, Shirley Jean, Route 5, High Point 

Alexander, Sylvia Francis, Route 7, Box 717, Charlotte 

Andrews, Nancy Irene. Route 2. Trinity 

Assaf, Leilani, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

Ayers, Texie Ann, 2910 English St., High Point 

Beeson, Sylvia Anne, Pembroke 

Belk, Nan Norton, West Main St., Stony Point 

Berglund, Marianne, 41 Storalanggatan, Vasa, Finland 

Biccum, Joyce Louise. 219 Woodlawn Ave., Decatur, Ga. 

Blackwelder, Nancy Joan, 1904 Ashland Ave.. Charlotte 

Bolick. Gail Louise, 80 Fifth St., Cramerton 

Boyd, Annie Carol. P. O. Box 104, Candor 

Bruton. Carolyn Lee, Route 8, Concord 

Buffaloe, Peggy Lois, Marston 

Burroughs, Ruby Jean. 803 English St., High Point 

Burton, Mary Womble, Route 3, Box 119, Reidsville 

Canady, Marcia Kay, Mrs., Nakina 

Carpenter, Carolyn Maxine, 202 Springfield Ave., High Point 

Chadwick, Dorothy Jewell, Gloucester 

Chapman, Carol Ann. 815 Congaree Dr., Florence, S. C. 

Chard, Betty Ann, 600 Dayton St., High Point 

Cheves, Martha Louise, 706 Denny St., High Point 

Combs. Karen Stewart, 618 Cabarrus Ave.. Mooresville 

Conrad, Dell Lucretia. 1233 Bretton St., Winston-Salem 

Cox, Ann Fetzer, 11 Maple St.. Concord 

Craven. Nancy Sheppard, 407 Spring St., Thomasville 

Craver, Mary Lou, Route 4, Box 226, Lexington 

Creasey, Peggy Lou, 3424 Greenland Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Creech, Lillian Jacqueline, Holly Springs 

Culler, Myra Carlene. Route 3. Archdale 

Daniels. Lee Attress, Route 3, Box 171, Denton 

Davis, Janice Long, Jamesville 

Davis, Judith Lynn, 182 Idlewild Dr., Winston-Salem 

Dobbins, Martha Elaine, Route 4, High Point 

Faircloth, Merilyn Adelia. 302 Jamestown Rd., High Point 

Fishel, Eleanor Ruth, 220 Gloria Ave., Winston-Salem 

Fisher, Julia Harper, Route 1, Box 25, Matthews 

Fragakis. Maria Victoria, 725 W. Pine St., Wytheville, Va. 

Garner, Judith Marie, 1106 Forrest Ave,. High Point 

Garrett. Audrey Lawunia, Route 1, Jamestown 

Gibbs, Frances Carolyn, 403 Aberdeen Terrace, Greensboro 

Gibson, Frances Xavier, 403 Clarkwaye Dr., Spray 

Graham, Doris Elizabeth. Route 2. Box 529, Kannapolis 

Greene, Hazel Faye, Route 1. Mt. Gilead 

Guyer, Marilyn Gail. Route 1, Box 15, High Point 

Hall, Lannie Duree, 2221 Hayworth Rd., High Point 

Harding, Lucy Ann, Route 2, Mocksville 

Harris, Louise. P. O. Box 156, Robbins 

Harris, Mary Stuart, Route 8, Box 502, Greensboro 

Hodges, Cleo Marie, New Church, Va. 

Holland, Barbara Joyce, 28 Bond Place, W. Caldwell, N. J. 

Holley. Audrey Sheryl, 1304 High St., Ocala, Fla. 

Holton, Linda Elizabeth, Route 1, Jamestown 

Howard, Margaret Jacqueline, Market Street, Newport 

Hudspeth, Alice Jeanette, 123 Briggs Ave., High Point 

Hunsucker, Minnie Katherine, Box 85, Gibson 

Jarvis, Rebecca Imogene, 1404 S. Long St., Burlington 

Jarvis, Shelba Jean, Seaford, Va. 

Jones, Nancy Ernestine, Route 1. Pinnacle 

Joyce, Doris Ann, Route 1, Madison 

Julian, Ruby Ellen, Route 1, Box 88, Randleman 

Kelly, Beulah Amelia, Route 1, Mount Holly 

Kiker, Elizabeth Anne, Chesterfield Rd., Wadesboro 

Lennond, Lila Kay, P. O. Box 241, Matthews 

Lynch, Wanda Sue, 1626 W. Rotary Dr.. High Point 

McArthur, Barbara Anne, Box 236, Rowland 



McBride. Saundra Luverta. 214 S. McCrary, Asheboro 

McCIure, Carolyn Anne. Box 115, Elizabethtown 

McEntire. Gaynell, Box 225. Wilkesboro 

McNatt, Mary Katherine. 621 Wesley Place, High Point 

McNeill, Myrtle Amelia, Route 1, Elizabethtown 

Mabe, Carole Lane, Route 2, Walnut Cove 

Mackintosh-, Nancy Ann. 3008 W. Street, S.E., Washington, D. C. 

Marshall, Shirley Ann, Route 1, Rural Hall 

Martin, Janet Irene, Lawsonville 

Merchant, Barbara Ann, 538 E. Farriss Ave., High Point 

Miller, Norma Cay. 7 Hillcrest Dr., Concord 

Musgrove, Virginia Dudley. Box 60. Catawba 

Myrick, Soplnronia Ann, Route 1. Mount Gilead 

NeSmith, Suzanne, Route 1, Raleigh 

Newton. Sylvia Joyce, 510 Prospect St., High Point 

Nicks. Carolyn Woodward, 701 Gordon St.. Roxboro 

Noell, Emma Louise, 1418 Mayfair Lane, Charlotte 

Norton, Willie Ruth. Route 2. Franklin 

Owen, Claudia La Jeanne, 213 Depot, Roxboro 

Ozment, Rebecca Anne. 1146 Battleground. Greensboro 

Parnell. Sandra Jean. 112 Oakwood Court, High Point 

Paschall. Emily Spencer, 1905 Madison Ave., Greensboro 

Peaden, Joy Antionette. 3309 Old Jonesboro Rd.. Hopeville, Ga. 

Peedin. Mary Jean, 802 N. Raeford St., Selma 

Pratt, Jessie Newby, 232 W. Fieldcrest Rd., Draper 

Reynolds, Lynne Anita, Lewisville 

Richards, Linda Dwight, Route 2, Perry, N. Y. 

Richter, Shirley Ellen, 12 Parker St., Ansonia, Conn. 

Ridge, Jean Brown. Hillsville. Va. 

Slielton. Margaret Virginia, 1003 DeSota Ave.. Kannapolis 

Smith. Dorothy Jean, 800 English St., High Point 

Smith. Irma Frances. Lawsonville 

Sprinkle. Katie Shouse. Route 1, Morningside Dr., Winston-Salem 

Steed, Phyllis Diane, 4413 Harvard Ave., Greensboro 

Stoltz, Phyllis Ann, Route 1, Valley Rd., Winston-Salem 

Strickland, Shelby Dawn, Route 1, Reidsville 

Sumpter, Lura Hallie, 324 Newland St., Lenoir 

Talley. Margaret Walker. 2105 Kenilworth Ave.. Charlotte 

Thomas. Beth Ellen, Route I, Jackson Springs 

Thomas, Jean Arthur, Route 1, Jackson Springs 

Torrence, Barbara Lee, 297 South Union, Concord 

Wall. Ethel Gaye, Knightdale 

Wall, Judith BJue. Wray Drive, Reidsville 

Waller. Patricia Ann, Route 4, Kinston 

VVesterholm, Inger Alice. 41 Storalanggatan, Vasa. Finland 

Williams. Betty Lou, Route 1, Winterville 

Woodring, Sharon Lynn, 732 Jackson Ave.. Falls Church, Va. 

Young. Eunice Marie, Route 4, Mebane 

Zacovic, Joyce Anne. 2411 Carr Ave., Wilmington, Delaware 

UNCLASSIFIED MEN 

Allred, James McLean. Box 1, High Point 
Brown, Blon Dean. Route 1. Jamestown 
Marsh, Leon, Route 2. Trinity 

Paschal, Jerry Drew, Junior Order Home, Lexington 
Peters, Fred Arnold, 906 W. Burton St.. High, Point 
Saunders, Austin Oliver, P. O. Box 307, Archdale 
Sundlie, Elmer Dennis, Air Force Station, Winston-Salem 
Walker, Willis Brown, 129 Tabernacle, Randleman 

UNCLASSIFIED GIRLS 

Overby. June Carole. 819 Pine Circle Dr., High Point 
Sears. Ruth Ann, 1310 Forrest, High Point 



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A Cappella Choir 118 

Administration 19 

Advertising 197 

Alpha Delta Theta 90 

Alpha Gamma Delta 130 

Athletics 163 



B 

Band 120 

Baptist Student Union 95 

Baseball 182 

Basketball, Junior Varsity 172 

Basketball, Varsity 176 

Board of Trustees 27 

C 

Cheerleaders 164 

Commemoration 18 

Concert Series 126 



D 

Day Students 103 

Deans 21 

Dedication 16 

Delta Sigma Phi 139 

Department Heads 22 

Dormitory Council, Men's 105 

Dormitory Council, Women's 104 



K 

Kappa Chi 92 

Kappa Delta 143 



Lambda Chi Alpha 143 

Laurels and Leadership 99 

Legislative Branch, Student Government 101 

M 

May Court 193 

May Queen 192 

Men's Ensemble 121 

Methodist Student Fellowship 96 

Miss High Point College 186 

N 
North State Tournament 173 



O 



Order of the Lighted Lamp 



106 



Panhellenic Council 128 

Phi Mu 134 

Physical Education Majors Club 178 

Pi Kappa Alpha 147 

President 20 



Epsilon Sigma Omicron 138 

Executive Branch, Student Government 100 



R 
Religious Activities 87 



Faculty 24 

Features 135 

Fellowship Teams 94 

Fine Arts 117 

Football, Intramurals 

Fraternities 139 

Freshmen 79 

Future Business Leaders of America 109 

Future Teachers of America 110 



Scholastic Honor Society 107 

Seniors 29 

Sophomores 71 

Sororities 130 

Staff, College 26 

Student Christian Association 88 

Student Government 100 

Symphony Orchestra 120 



Glee Club, Women's 121 



Greeks 
Golf . 



127 
184 



H 



High Point Symphony Orchestra 120 

Hi-Po 112 

Homecoming 174 



International Relations Club 108 

Interfraternity Council 129 

Intramurals, Men's ISO 

Intramurals, Women's 179 

J 

Judiciary Branch, Student Government 102 

Junior Marshals 70 

Juniors 59 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 155 

Tennis 183 

Ten Top Seniors 56 

Theta Chi 159 

Tower Players 122 

Track 184 



Veteran's Club m 



W 

Westminster Fellowship 97 

Who's Who [ \[ 52 



Zenith H4 

Zeta Tau Alpha 136 



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