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BARBARA AYERS Co-Editor 

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THE STUDENTS 

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HIGH POINT COLLEGE 




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Just as the average student is not the A student, 

So is the average teacher not an A teacher. 

Only a few teachers can we students honestly designate as exceptional teachers. 

They gain this distinction by qualifications of fairness, friendliness, sympathy, 
genuine concern for students, 

For devotion to their profession beyond its actual demands, a disinclination to 
shirk responsibility, a thorough grasp of subject matter and an interesting 
and vital manner of presenting it, a way of making us as students realize the 
importance of learning. 

For being truly "professional minded" and "student minded." 

These are the teachers who demand both respect and love. 

One teacher whom the senior class believes to possess these qualities in the 
highest degree is a person we consider an A+ teacher and an A+ human 
being. 

With gratitude and affection we, the senior class of 1959, dedicate our yearbook 
to DR. FRANCES E. MULDROW. 



DR. FRANCES E. MULDROW 




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"The mind's eye sees the campus green; 
The mind's ear hears a sound serene . . ." 

The familiar silver singing of the chimes 
drifts across the spacious campus lawns as 
students saunter through the dusk in groups 
and pairs. The sight and sounds of the campus, 
our "homc-for-four-years," will be a memory 
locked in our hearts. 



The rapid bidding in a student center 
bridge game, the high-pitched yell of a 
Panther fan, the gay call of "Thirty-All" from 
the tennis courts ... the lyrics differ; the 
melody is the same. The song is youth . . . 
enjoying itself. 



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In the reverent stillness of the chapel 
we bow our heads in a wordless supplication, 
and our hearts are locked together in the 
unity of our common prayer, our common 
quest. 



Committee meetings . . . club activities . . . 
not, as some charge, another type of recrea- 
tion for students, but another form of learning, 
the basis of the student life— the process by 
which High Point College builds good citizens 
for tomorrow. 





A casual clasp of hands, a teasing word, 
an inobtrusive message from one pair of eyes 
to another . . . and beneath these simple signs 
the breathless mystery of one heart reaching 
out to another. The campus rings with the 
melody of their laughter, the merry music of 
young people in love. 



Suddenly or slowly a teacher's words or 
a phrase from a book, recalled and transmuted 
in our minds reveals to us for an instant the 
process of education— not as thousands of 
divergent facts and ideas to be memorized 
and assimilated, but as a unified and inter- 
woven pattern. Thus we begin to learn. 



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We arise in the hushed hours of the dawn 
and steal silently to the elubrooms to organize, 
synthesize, memorize. We drink dark coffee 
and nod over our books in the still watches 
of the night. Campus frolicking abates 
examinations near. 



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Afterwards we wonder, was it real and 
tangible?— the anticipation, the mystery, the 
thrill of fraternity initiation— Ah, but it was a 
symbol of values that were real-fellowship, 
friendship, a true brotherhood, "not of words 
but of acts and deeds." 





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Roommate, fraternity brother, sorority 
sister, sweetheart, teacher, friend— such little 
words to symbolize the relationships which 
give meaning to our college experience— Our 
favorite lessons are those which teach us, at 
work and at play, the fundamental principles 
of group living. 



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And suddenly, as on eagle wings, the 
years have flown, and we come to say good- 
bye, bound closest perhaps by the little 
things— the shared jokes, the midnight talk 
fests, all the helpful, hilarious, ignoble, dra- 
matic, wonderful experiences we shared which 
are forever a part of our Remembrance of 
Things Past. 



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ADMINISTRATION . ... 16 

CLASSES 26 

Seniors 26 

Juniors 54 

Sophomores 66 

Freshmen 74 

ORGANIZATIONS 82 

Student Government 84 

Religious Organizations 91 

Professional Organizations 102 

Publications 106 

Fine Arts 112 

Honorary Societies 122 

GREEKS 124 

Alpha Gamma Delta 128 

Kappa Delta 130 

Phi Mu 132 

Zeta Tau Alpha 134 

Delta Sigma Phi 136 

Lambda Chi Alpha 136 

Pi Kappa Alpha 142 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 145 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 148 

Theta Chi 151 

SPORTS 154 

Cheerleaders 156 

Cross Country 158 

Basketball 159 

Baseball 167 

Tennis 168 

Track 169 

Golf 170 

Men's Intramurals 172 

Women's Intramurals 174 

FEATURES 176 

Miss High Point College 178 

Homecoming Queen 184 

May Court " 186 

ADVERTISEMENTS 192 



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DEAN J. H. ALLRED 

Dean of Students 



DEAN' HAROLD CONRAD 

Dean of Instruction 




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




S. C. DESKINS, A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. 

History and Social Sciences 




BENJAMIN II. HILL, A.B., M.S., 

Ph.D. 

Biology 



LINCOLN LOBENZ, A.B., A.M. 

Ph.D. 

English 



Departmental 




LOIS LIVINGSTON, B.S., A.M. 
Home Economics 




W. D. DUBLAND, B.S., Bachelor of 

Business Administration, Master of 

Finance, Ph.D., Business 

Administration 
Business Administration 



Page Twenty 



Heads 




JEROME C. SMITH, A.B., A.M., 

Ph.D. 

Mathematics 





JACK R. NETCHER, B.S., M.S., 

Doctor of Pliys. Ed. 
Physical Education, Health, and 
Director of Athletics 



MARCUS VV. COLLINS, A.B., M.A. 
A.M., Ph.D. 

Sociology 





WILLIAM R. LOCKE, A.B., S.T.B. 
Ph.D. 

Religion and Philosophy 



FRANCES MULDROW, A.B., M.A., 
Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 



LEW J. LEWIS, Mus.B., A.M., Ed.D. 
Music 



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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 

ROSS1TER R. BELLINGER, A.B., 

A.M., Ph.D. 

English 

ALEXANDER BERKIS, A.B., Master 

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

Social Sciences 

JOSEPH L. BERND, A.B., M.A., 
Ph.D. 

History and Political Science 




Faculty 




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

WALTER BLACKSTOCK, A.B., 

A.M., Ph.D. 

English 

CLARICE BOWMAN, A.B., A.M., 

Ph.D. 

Religion 

ROBERT R. BRYDEN, B.S., M.S., 
Ph.D. 

Zoology and Geology 



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 

JANE DeSPAIN, A.B., A.M. 
Dramatics and Speech 



JOHN D. EBBS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
English and Speech 

ERNESTINE FIELDS, B.Mus., 

B.S., M.Mus. 

Music 

MARY EVE FIRESTONE 
A.B., Ph.D. 

French 

JOE L. FRYHOVER, B.S., M.A. 
Music 




CHARLES T. HARTMAN 

B.A., M.E. 

Health and Physical Education 

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. IIINSHAW, A.B., 

A.M., M.A., Litt.D. 

Education and Psychology 

LEON HOWELL, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Biology 

WALTER E. HUDGINS, A.B., 

B.D., Ph.D. 

Religion and Director of 

Religious Education 

LOIS C. KROPA, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
French and Latin 

ARTHUR E. LEVEY, A.B., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Spanish and French 



Faculty 



CARL F. HANKINS, A.B., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Business Administration 

R. A. LINEBERRY, B.S., 

M.S., Ph.D. 

Science 

WILLIAM W. MOUNTCASTLE 

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

English and Speech 

JAMES L. NELSON, B.S., M.S. 
Business Administration 



RAIFORD M. PORTER 

B. of Fine Arts, M. of Creative Arts 

Art 

KATHRYN G. RING, B.S., M.S. 
Home Economics 

BILL C. TADLOCK, A.B., A.M. 
Business Administration 

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 and 

Director of Admissions 

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




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

FRANCES GAYjNOR 
Bookkeeper 

WESLEY CAYNOR 

Assist ant Bursar 



MRS. C. F. HANKINS 

Office of Public Relations 

MRS. LILLIAN MAYS 
Secretary to Deans 

MOZELLE PARKER 

Bursar's Office 




Staff 




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 



ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS, B.A. 
Bursar, Business Manager 

LOUISE WILLIAMS 
Assistant Librarian 

L. G. WRIGHT 
Dietitian and Cafeteria Manager 





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OFFICERS 

CHARLES DYSON . .. President 

RONALD CHAPMAN Vice-President 

SYLVIA HOLT Secretary 

TED SPENCER Treasurer 






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The senior is a renowned explorer. lie knows everything 
there is to know about the college world and already is 
(iirning his thoughts to the near and unfamiliar future. He 
is concerned with such serious matters as practice teaching, 
getting a job, applying for graduate school, and marriage. 
The epitome of erudition to the underclassmen, he sometimes 
scandalizes them by indulging in bits of foolish clowning. 

He debates with professors the God-given perogative of 
students to fritter away their senior year, and he holds his 
breath until the final exam grades appear. One day lie treads 
the aisle for the last time, and diploma in hand, he steps out 
to lace the future with nostalgia for the days that are past 
and great expectations for the days that an' ahead. 



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GLENN ANDERSON 
Raleigh 



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T. R. ALEXANDER, JR. 
High Point 



ROY ALLEN 
Pinnacle 



Seniors 




CHARLES ANDERSON 

Thomasville 



WILLIAM ANDERSON 
High Point 



NORMAN LEON ANDREWS 
Ahoskie 



DONALD ARMFIELD 
Greensboro 



STEWART ARNOLD 
Cameron 



RARBARA ANN AYERS 
Stuart, Virginia 






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FREDERICK RAY BARBER, JR. 
High Point 



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LINDSAY BARBOUR 
Carrboro 




DAVID BEAN 
High Point 






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MAURY BEAUCHOT 
Monrocsville, Indiana 



CECIL BELL 
Greensboro 



JACK BENFIELD 

Newton 



WILLIAM GRADY BENFIELD ELIZABETH ANN BENNETT 
Troutman Greensboro 






KEMP BENNETT, JR. 
Raleigh 




Page Twenty-Nine 






FRANK BERRY 
Trinitv 



BILL BINGHAM 
Asheboro 



JIMMY RONALD BLACK 
High Point 



Seniors 




DONALD BOWERS 
High Point 



ARTHUR MONROE BOWLES 

Winston-Salem 



BETSY BRYANT 
High Point 



LINDA BRIGGS 
Lexington 




CARL BROWN 
High Point 





CAROLYN KOONTZ BURGESS 
High Point 




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Page Thirty 




MARTHA JANE BUFFALOE 
Marston 



ONNIE MELL BUSBIN 
Orlando, Florida 




ALLEN CALLOWAY 
High Point 





Seniors 



CAROLYN CALLOWAY 
Lexington 



JAMES CALLOWAY 

Winston-Salem 



MARY LOU CHAPMAN 

Asheville 



EDNA WHITE CHAPMAN 
High Point 



RONALD CHAPMAN 
High Point 



CHARLES CAISON 
High Point 






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PAUL CASSEL, JR. 
Caroleen 



MICKEY CAUDLE, JR. 
Kannapolis 



EDWIN COYL, JR. 
Portsmouth, Virginia 



Seniors 




WALTER CARSON COX 
High Point 



FLOYD CRAVEN 
High Point 



BETTY ROSE CROOK 
Thomasville 



LOUIE CRYE 
Statesville 




DUDLEY CLINARD 
High Point 



JANE COATES 
Garner 








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Page Thirty-Two 




GARY CORNELL 
North Attleboro, Massachusetts 



GEORGE COOK 
High Point 



ROBBY CONNELL 
Asheboro 




JACK DARR 
Winston -Salem 




JOHN LOUIS DAVENPORT 
Elizabethtown 



CHARLES DAVIS 
High Point 



Seniors 



HARRY DAVIS 
Clemmons 



JOYCE ANN DAVIS 
Durham 








RICHARD DAVIS 
High Point 




Page Thirty-Three 




PINCKNEY GUSTAVE 
DEAL III 
Charlotte 



CAROLE DEATON 
Asheboro 




ADRIAN DELK 
Lexington 



Seniors 




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ISSAC DENNY 
High Point 




MARTHA DICKENS 

Thomasville 




AUDREY LEE DICKSON 
Horse Shoe 



EVA NELL DORSETT 
Thomasville 



JONNYE SUE DRAUGHN RAYMOND DRISCOLL, JR. 

Dobson Kennington, Maryland 





Page Thirty-Four 




ERNEST CHARLES DYSON BETTY BRINKLEY EARLY 

Whiteville High Point 



JOHN FRANK EDWARDS 
Belmont 




FRAZIER McLEAN 
EDWARDS III 

Raleigh 



ROBERT LOUIS ELLIOTT 

Durham 




ELEANOR EVANS 
Ridley Park, Pennsylvania 



Seniors 



GRAY EVERHART 
Cooleemee 



CLARENCE FREEMAN 
Thomasville 



JOHN GANSMAN 
High Point 






Page Thirty-Five 





DONALD GEORGE 

Winston-Salem 



DAVID MORRIS GORDON 
High Point 



RILLY GROOME 
High Point 



Seniors 




WARREN HAMILTON 
Newington, Connecticut 





ELMER HALL 
Elon College 




WILLIAM HARDESTY 

Shannon 



PAULINE HARRINGTON 
Greensboro 



FRANKLIN HAZZARD 
High Point 



EDWARD HEDDEN 
Raleigh 







Page Thirty-Six 




PATRIdA GAIL HESTER 
High Point 



KENNETH LAMAR HICKS 
Jackson, Tennessee 



SYLVIA EVANS HILL 
Winston-Salem 




DONALD HILTON 

Thomasville 



WILLIE LIEU HODGES 
Ruther Glen, Virginia 



MARY ANN HODGIN 
Jamestown 



Seniors 



SYLVIA GREY HOLT 
Trov 



LAWANA HUNTER 
Winston-Salem 



GEORGE IVEY, JR. 
Norwood 





Page Thirty-Seven 




SHARON FRANCINE INGRAM 

Mount Gilead 



SARA JACKSON 
Laurel Hill 



SUE JACKSON 
Elkin 






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Seniors 





KELLEY RAY JONES 
Winston-Salem 




KIRBY LEE JOYCE 
Sandy Ridge 



ARNOLD THOMAS LAWSON 
High Point 



RAMONA LEE LEONARD 
Lexington 



MAX CORDON LOFLIN 
High Point 



CHARLES LOFTIN 
Denton 





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THOMAS EDGAR LOFTIS 
Mebane 



DON LEVIN A 

High Point 



BOBBY LAWSON 
Greensboro 




ERTHA CAROLYN LOWDER 

Norwood 



DEEDIE MARLOWE 
Clarkton 



JANE MARTIN 
Denton 



Seniors 



MARTHA BETH McCULLOCH DONALD HARDING McGEE CAROLE IMWOLD McRACKEN 
Lexington Kemersville Red Springs 






Page Thirty-Nine 




BETTY MEACHAM 
Rockingham 



JOHN WILTON MELVIN 
Greensboro 



JOE MISENHEIMER 
High Point 



Seniors 




DAVID STEVE MITCHELL 
Asheville 



PATSY LEE MOORE 
King 



AARON WARD MOSS 
Gastonia 



SARAH LUTRITIA MURPHY 
Thomasville 




ROBERT LEE NELSON 
High Point 



SHELBY JEAN NELSON 
Madison 







Page Forty 




JOSEPH CONWAY NEWSOME 
White Plains 



GORDON NIFONG 
Winston-Salem 



JAMES WILLIAM PARKER 
Asheboro 




BILLIE JO PAISLEY 
Asheboro 



BETSY LEE PAYNE 
High Point 



BETTY JANE PAYNE 
High Point 



Seniors 



LUTHER PENDRY 
High Point 




JOHN BENNETT PHILLIPS 
Boonville 



MARGARET WICKER 
PLUMMER 
Central Falls 




Page Forty-One 





LUCIA MARIE PORCELLI MARGARET ANNETTE PRICE RARBARA CAROL PURVIS 
Durham Mayodan Archdale 



Seniors 





SION LEO RECORD, JR. 

Kemersville 



LARRY REAVIS 
Winston-Salem 



KENT RAY RICHARDSON 
Draper 



RONDA LEE ROBBINS 
Lexington 



JOHN KIRK ROBERTS, JR. 
High Point 





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WAYNE ROBERTSON 
High Point 




Page Forty -Two 




WILLIAM ROGERS 
Taylorsville 



WILLIAM RUTLEDGE 
Thomasville 



JAMES HOWARD SASSER 
High Pointt 




EUGENE THOMAS 

SATTERFIELD, JR. 

Erwin 



LUTHER SANDERS 
Elizabeth City 



CHARLES SCHRAM 
High Point 



Seniors 



RAY STAFFORD 
High Point 



IRMA JANE SCRUGGS 
Jacksonville, Florida 




BEN SHORE 
Dobson 




Page Forty-Three 




JOHN ADAMS SHIKKEY 
Washington, D. C. 



CHARLES SISK 
Southmont 



.JOSEPH SICELOFF 
Winston-Salem 



Seniors 





EMMA RHUE SMITH 
Guilford 



CLEGC "DUB" SPEIGHT 
Winston-Salem 



TED SPENCER 
Lawsonville 



HASSEL STRADER 
Walkertown 



DOUGLAS SQUIRES 
Kellev 



SUSAN STEWART 
Lexington 





Page Forty-Four 




EUPHON LAVERNE SUMNER HAROLD ALLEN SURRAT, JR. PAUL LARRY SWIGGETT 
Trinity High Point High Point 




JAMES TALBERT 
High Point 



JAMES VERNON TATE 
Kings Mountain 



FRANCIS STUART TAYLOR III 
Pinnacle 



Seniors 



ALBERT RUSSELL 

TREVARTHEN 
Vineland, New Jersey 




MARTHA LOUISE 

TURNIPSEED 

Statesville 



CLARA JANICE TUTTEROW 
Statesville 



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MALCOLM THOMAS 
Maxton 




CHARLES SIDNEY VAUGHN FRED LEWIS VonCANNON 
High Point Greensboro 



Seniors 




MARY JANE WATERS 
Wilmington, Delaware 




CHARLES LEE WATSON 
Whiteville 




DWIGHT EDWARD 

WHITLOCK, JR. 

Winston-Salem 



BOB WIENBERRY 
Galax, Virginia 





PEGGY RICH WILKES 
Asheboro 







NORMAN WAMPLER 
High Point 








Page Forty -Six 




CLARENCE RAY WILLIAMS LARRY EUGENE WILLIAMS 
Star Durham 



KEN WILLIAMS 

Spray 




ROBERT WILLIAMS 
High Point 



JUDY WILSON 
Durham 




CHARLES ASHBURN 

WILLIAMS 

Lexington 



Seniors 



ROSS WINGO 
Marion 



SHIRLEY ANN YOKLEY 
High Point 



BENJAMIN ZAMBRANA 
La Paz, Bolivia 





Page Forty-Seven 




FRED BARBER, High Point, is president of the 
Student Government Association, managing editor of the 
Hi-Po, and member of Delta Sigma Phi. 



JIM CALLOWAY, Winston-Salem, is president of 
the Student Christian Association and a member of 
Kappa Chi. 





BARBARA AYERS of Stuart, Virginia, is co-editor of the 
Zenith, member of Zeta Tau Alpha, the Order of the Lighted 
Lamp and the Scholastic Honor Society. 



Who's Who 



MARTHA BUFFALOE of Marston, is president of 
Woman's Dormitory and a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. 





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SYLVIA HILL, Winston-Salem, is past president of Woman's 
Dormitory and a member of Kappa Delta. 



In American Universities 
and Colleges 



SYLVIA HOLT, Troy, is president of Phi Mu and a member 
of the Order of the Lighted Lamp. 




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CHARLES DYSON, High Point, is president of the 
Senior Class, member of Lambda Chi Alpha and the 
Order of the Lighted Lamp. 



ELMER HALL, Elon College, is Editor-in-Chief of 
the Hi-Po, member of the Order of the Lighted Lamp, 
the Scholastic Honor Society and Delta Sigma Phi. 



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AARON MOSS, Gastonia, is presi- 
dent of Kappa Chi, a member of the 
Order of the Lighted Lamp, and Chief 
Justice of the Judiciary Council. 



AL TREVARTHEN, Vineland, New 
Jersey, is president of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity. 






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SUE JACKSON, Elkin, is Co-Editor 
of the Zenith. 



Who's 
Who 



VERNON TATE of Kings Mountain 
is President of Delta Sigma Phi Fra- 



ternity. 



JANE MARTIN of Denton is Vice- 
President of Woman's Hall. 











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IRMA JANE SCRUGGS, Jacksonville. Florida, is a member 
of Zeta Tau Alpha and past secretary of the Student Christian 
Association. 




In American Universities 
and Colleges 



SHIRLEY YOKLEY of High Point is president of the 
Panhellenic Council and a member of Phi Mu. 




CHARLES WATSON, Whiteville, is president of 
McCulloch Hall and Member of Lambda Chi Alpha. 



BEN ZAMBRANA of La Paz, Bolivia, is a member 
of the Order of the Lighted Lamp and Delta Sigma Phi. 








Several major changes in the Student Government Constitu- 
tion call for hard work from SGA president, Fred Barber. 





Senior class president Charles Dyson calls for a vote 
on the senior gift to the college. 



Ten Top 



Editor Elmer Hall glances up from work on 
the special election issue of the Ili-Po. 



Sylvia Hill pauses in the bookstore to play a favorite 
popular number. 





In North Hall Sylvia Holt posts an announcement 
for a sorority meeting. 





In the library, Barbara Avers, ZENITH co-editor, looks up 
from making lesson plans for practice teaching. 



Standing by the ivy-covered gate, Kappa Chi presi- 
dent Aaron Moss beams at a friend. 



Seniors 



McCulloch Hall president, Charles Watson, 
pauses in front of the fire place in Center Section. 





Pre-med student, Ben Zambrana, runs an experiment in 
chemistry laboratory. 



Presiding at a Panhellenic meeting, president Shirley 
Yokley hears proposals for changes in the present rush 
system. 





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OFFICERS 

JOHN DAVIS President 

ELIZABETH PETERSON Vice-President 

SYLVIA NICKS . . Secretary 

K. M. VESTAL Treasurer 




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The junior is a happy vagabond. With required courses 
behind him, lie never allows studies to interfere with his 
social lite. He enjoys taking most courses in his major subject. 
He attends committee meetings, engages in club activities, 
and dates frequently. Despite the pressure of these duties, 
he always has time for frivolity. Six hours of sleep, he dis- 
covers, is not always necessary. 

He begins frantically to compare the number of his hours 
with the number of his quality points. He buys wedding 
presents and watches apprehensively the thinning ranks of 
his class. 



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Juniors 

ANTHONY ADAMS, Glen Alpine 
NANCY ALEXANDER, Lenoir 
PEGGY ALLRED, High Point 
HENRY AYERS, Stuart, Virginia 



BILLY BAKER, Concord 
GILBERT BATTEN, Thomasville 
BETTY BAUGHN, Mayodan 
GORDON BEACH, Cresskill, N. J. 



SHIRLEY BEATTY, Sherrills Ford 
GILBERT BEESON, Pembroke 
MARIANNE BERGLUND, Vasa, Finland 
LEON BEUSSE, Thomasville 



JOYCE BICCUM, Decatur, Ga. 
BETTY JO BLACKWOOD, Winston-Salem 
ANNE BLANCHARD, Warsaw 
CHARLES BLEDSOE, Winston-Salem 



GEORGE BOOSE, Winston-Salem 
OTIS BOROUGHS, Jackson Springs 
DARRELL BOWERS, High Point 
JERRY BRADY, Charlotte 



GERALD BROOKS, Greensboro 
MARYETTE BROWN, Pittsboro 
WILLIAM BROWN, Greensboro 
MARTHA BULLA, Asheboro 



Juniors 

JAMES BURGER, High Point 
LINDA CHASTAIN, Cherryvillc 
WILLIAM CHEEK, Winston-Salem 
CORBIN CHERRY, Hertford 



MARTIN CLARK, Stuart, Va. 
WILLIAM CLARK, Leicester 
HELEN CLAY, Sao Paulo, Brazil 
PATRICK CONNER, Morehead City 



NANCY CRAVEN, Thomasvillc 
MARY LOU GRAVER, Lexington 
BILL DAMON, Hartford, Conn. 
SYLVIA DEATON, Mooresville 



ELEANOR DAVIS, Wilmington 
JOHN DAVIS, Charlotte 
PEGGY DAVIS, Lincolnton 
WILL DAVIS, Thomasville 



MAXIE DOBY, Thomasville 
KEITH DODSON, Madison 
BETTY GRAY DORMAN, Pembroke 
DORCAS DOWNS, Thomasville 



EDNA ROSE DUNCAN, Hope Mills 
EORREST FERRELL, Greensboro 
LEROY FLEMING, Rocky Mount 
GLEN FLETCHER, High Point 





Juniors 

WILLARD FORMVDUVAL, Nakina 
CAROLYN FUSSELL, Row Hill 
SAMUEL GILLEY, Pilot Mountain 
LLOYD GINNS, Fall River, Mass. 



WILLIAM GOODMAN, Clayton, N. J. 
BETSY GREENE, Badin 
I.UI.A GRIFFITH, Danville, Va. 
JAMES GRIMMER, Portmouth, Va. 



LEE GROOME, High Point 
FRED HANDY, Raleigh 
TOMMY HANNER, Asheville 
TERRY HART, High Point 



MARTHA HAY, Beaufort, S. C. 
LEE HINSHAW, Yadkinville 
ALSON HODGIN, Greensboro 
AUDREY HONEYCUTT, Charlotte 



DAVID HOWARD, Thomasville 
SELENA HOYLE, Cherryville 
CHARLES HUFF, High Point 
LOU HUNTER, Turkey 



JACK JARRETT, High Point 
GRACE JENSON, Mount Lakes, N. J. 
CHARLES JOHNSON, High Point 
PAUL JONES, Asheville 



Juniors 

JANET MARTIN JOYCE, Lawsonville 
ELMER JOYNER, High Point 
JERRY KAY, High Point 
REID KEARNS, Ashcboro 



THURMAN KELLY, High Point 
ELDER KENNEDY, Trinity 
LOY KENNEDY, High Point 
FRANKLIN KIMBRO, Cedar Grove 



JERRY KIRKMAN, Kcrncrsville 
ROBERT LANCDON, Mayodan 
JOE LAW, Draper 
FRANCES ANN LEWIS, Pembroke 



WILLIAM LEWIS, Winston-Salem 
ROBERT LITTLE, Charlotte 
BILLY MeDANIEL, Hurt, Va. 
CAYNELL McENTIRE, Wilkesboro 



LUKE MeKINNEY, Havelock 
ELWIN MACKINTOSH, Washington, D. C. 
RUTH ANN MACON, Seagrove 
CHARLES MANN, Durham 



FRANCES MARION, Millers Creek 
HELEN MARLOW, Hiekory 
BENJAMIN MARTIN, Morganton 
KEITH MARTIN, Washington, D. C. 





Juniors 

RICHARD MASON, High Point 
BRUCE MILLER, Washington, D. C. 
PHYLLIS MINTER, Mooresville 
RILEY MONTGOMERY, Crecnsboro 



SARAH MONTGOMERY, High Point 
BILL MOORE, Asheboro 
WILLIAM MORRIS, Charlotte 
HELEN MOUNCE, Winston-Salem 



THOMAS MYERS, Thomasville 
DON NESBITT, Kannapolis 
SYLVIA NICKS, Roxboro 
PATT OLMSTEAD, Arlington, Va. 



BOBBY OWENS, Lexington 
BILL PARISH, Greensboro 
SYLVIA PARKER, Mooresville 
KENNETH PAYNE, Kernersville 



LIZ PETERSON, Morganton 
SHIRLEY PHILLIPS, High Point 
MARILYN PICKETT, Durham 
LEE POLLOK, Danville, Va. 



GLENDA RADCLIFFE, Wilmington 
PAT RAY, Greensboro 
DENNIS REDDING, Randleman , 
ROBERT RHODES, Madison 



Juniors 

CHARLES KIDDLE, Raleigh 
EARLE RIDDLE, Lexington 
DALLAS RING, High Point 
ANNA ROCERS, Clarkton 



BEN ROUSE, Kinston 
DANIEL ROUTH, East Bend 
ELIZABETH RUSSELL, High Point 
DONALD SELLERS, Lcland 



BOBBIE SHEFFIELD, High Point 
CLAVIS SHEI.TON. Walnut Cove 
RAY SHEPPARD, Critz, Va. 
BOBBI SHUFORD, Lawndalc 



FRED SICMON, Lincolnton 
ALFRED SINK, Randlenian 
PECCY SISK, High Point 
WILLIAM SLEDGE, Whiteville 



JEANNETTE SMALL, Ardmore, Md. 
FRANCES SMITH, Lawsonville 
JACQUELYN SMITH, Morganton 
DAVID STANTON, High Point 



ANNE STARR, North Wilkesboro 
WILLIS STEVENS, Rockingham 
ANN STRICKLAND, Garner 
WINI STUART, Matewan, W. Va. 





Juniors 

CUHVSTELLA STULTZ, Roanoke, Va. 
ALICE SWETLAND, Hendersonville 
DORIS TALLEY, Concord 
ALONZO TAYLOR, Whitakers 



BILL THOMPSON, Yanceyville 

FAYE TOMER, Creensburg, Pa. 
KATHY TRAYWICK, Marshville 
HARRIETT TRUELOVE, Walkertown 



CAROLYN TULLOCH, Titusville, Pa. 
MARILYN TULLOCH, Titusville, Pa. 
BEVERLY USSERY, High Point 
WAYNE VEACH, High Point 



EDWARD VENABLE, High Point 
K. M. VESTAL, Jonesville 
RONALD WACHS, Pittsboro 
MARGARET WAGNER, High Point 



IVEY J. WALL, Ayden 
ELLEN WALTON, High Point 
THOMAS WARREN, Westminster, Md. 
KEMP WEITZEL, Washington, D. C. 



PATTY WESTMORELAND, Thomasville 
EARL WHITAKER, Leicester 
SHELBY WILLIAMS, East Bend 
MARGARET WILSON, Prince Georges, Md. 



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Juniors 

ROBERT WINTERS, Morganton 
CHARLES WOODLIEF, Randleman 
DON WORKMAN, High Point 
HAROLD WRIGHT, Lawndalc 



THOMAS ZIMMERMAN, Greensboro 
VERNON ZIMMERMAN, High Point 




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Autumnal leaves in glowing colors are 
heaped like jewels onto the green apron of 
the earth. Dark clouds of birds pass against 
the sky in search of another spring. 




Junior Marshals 




GILBERT BEESON 
Chief Marshal 




KATHRYN BLANCHARD MARTHA BULLA ALLEN CALLOWAY 




HELEN CLAY SYLVIA DEATON GLENN FLETCHER 





CHARLES HUFF BOBBY LAVVSON FRANCES LEWIS 




LARRY REAVIS CHARLES RIDDLE DANIEL ROUTH WINIFRED STUART DORIS TALLEY EDWARD VENABLE 




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Memorial to a Highly Regarded Fellow Student 

The 7.ENITH presents tin's page as a memorial to Robert A. 
"Bobby" Badgett in token of the feelings of the student body 
towards him. Bobby, a Junior and a member of Lambda Chi 
Alpha Fraternity, was killed in an accident occuring at the be- 
ginning of the 1958-59 school year. He was well-liked by his 
fellow students and has been sorely missed around the campus. 



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The sophomore is a seasoned traveler. Having become 
thoroughly initiated into the joys of bridge, airport pizza, 
"crip courses." Lindalc's. bop, and "going steady," lie is happy 
to share this valuable information with the freshmen as long 
as these underclassmen respect his superior knowledge and 
dignity. 

He takes general psychology and psychoanalyzes his 
friends (and professors) in midnight gab sessions; he struggles 
with Beowulf and practices a pantomime for speech class. 

He thinks frantically about changing his major, and 
reaches the halfway mark with a joy only faintly dimmed by 
the suspicion that this business of getting educated is becoming 
more difficult every year. 



Page Sixty-Seven 




Sophomores 



SHIRLEY ALBERTSON 
SYLVIA ALEXANDER 
HENRY ANDREWS 
LEILANI ASSAF 

TEXIE ANN AYERS 



DOUG BARR 

RONALD BAXLEY 

DAVID BAXTER 

JAMES BEAN 

NAN BELK 



VERNICE BEROTH 
LOIS BLUE 

GAIL BOLICK 

HAGUE BOWMAN 

ANNIE CAROL BOYD 



FRANCES BOYLES 
EDDIE BRAME 
DALE BROWN 

RUSSELL BROWN 
PEGGY BUFFALOE 



ANDREW BUIE 
DAVID BULLINS 

PHILLIP BUMGARNER 
RUBY BURROUGHS 
HILDA BYERLY 



JERRY BYRUM 

HUGH CAMERON 
KENNETH CARLE 
DWIGHT CARTNER 
DOT CHADWICK 



CAROL CHAPMAN 
BETTY CHARD 
LARRY CHASON 
MARTHA CHEVES 
BOBBY CLARK 



WILLIAM CLARK 
JACK COLE 

KAREN COMBS 
DELL CONRAD 
BILL COOK 



Sophomores 



CARROLL COOPER 
BENNY COPPLEY 
JAMES CORLEY 
PEGGY CREASEY 
JACKIE CREECH 



GEORGE CROSS 

KEN CRUTCHFIELD 
MYRA CULLER 

GERARD CURRIER 
FRANCES DALTON 



LEE ATTRESS DANIELS 
CHARLIE DAVIS 
JUDY DAVIS 
VANCE DAVIS 
MICKEY DEAN 



MICHAEL DENNY 
DAVID DESKINS 
MARTHA DOBBINS 

ELIZABETH ANN DOUB 
DON DRAPEAU 



JIM DRUM 

MERILYN FAIRCLOTH 
JUDY FISHER 

MIKE FLANAGAN 
DON FREEMAN 



JOSEPH FULK 
TOMMY FULK 
ANN CANDY 

JUDY GARNER 

AUDREY GARRETT 



CAROLYN GIBBS 
FRANCES GIBSON 
LIBBY GRAHAM 
JAMES GRANT 
HAZEL GREENE 



BILL GUY 

DAN HACKNEY 
PEGGY HACKNEY 
ANN HARDING 

WILLIE HARRELL 





Sophomores 



LOUISE HARRIS 
KAY HEDRICK 
GENE HELMS 

RALPH HELSABECK 
JOE HEMINGWAY 



GERALD HILL 

BARBARA HOLLAND 

I IIOM \S HOLLINGSWORTII 
JOSEPH HOUGH 

THOMAS HOWARD 



RONALD HUDSON 
MICKI HUNSUCKER 
CROWSON HUNT 
DONALD JARRETT 
BECKY JARVIS 



DONALD JENKINS 
CARROLL JOHNSON 
CHARLES JONES 
ERNESTINE JONES 
KENNETH JORDAN- 



RODERICK JORDAN 
DORIS ANN JOYCE 
JO ANN JOYCE 
ELLEN JULIAN 
GARY KENNEDY 



BETSY KIKER 
ROY KITTLE 
JERRY KOONTZ 
GROVER LADD 
ERNEST LANIER 



MICHAEL LATHAM 
CHARLES LEMAR 
LILA LEMMON'D 
JOSEPH LEONARD 
JANE LLOYD 



HAROLD LONG 
JOHN LONG 

WANDA LYNCH 
ANNE McARTHUR 
DARYL McGUIRE 



Sophomores 



EILEEN MclLVAINE 
MARY McNATT 

wesley Mcpherson 
carole mabe 
nancy mackintosh 



JOHN MAHAN 

CAROLINE MALPASS 
ROBERT MALPASS 
SHIRLEY MARSHALL 
DON MARTIN- 



HARRY MARTIN 
EDWIN MEADE 

CATHERINE MEREDITH 
PAUL EDWARD MICHAEL 
GREGORY MILLS 



JIM MITCHELL. 

MARY WRAY MITCHELL 
JAMES MORGAN 
JERRY MOSER 
DAVID MOSS 



EDWARD MULLIS 

VIRGINIA MOSGROVE 
ANN MYRICK 

SHERWOOD NANCE 
WALT NEVILLE 



SYLVIA NEWTON 
EMMA LOU NOELL 
BECKY OZMENT 
SANDRA PARNELL 
EMILY PASCHALL 



RUDY PASSONS 
JOSEPH PEACE 
JEAN PEEDIN 
BONNIE PEELE 

CLAUDE PHILLIPS 



BOBBY POOLE 
CROWELL POPE 
CHARLES PRICE 
MARK RABY 

DONALD REBER 




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Sophomores 



GURNEY REDDICK 
PRESTON REECE 
LY.N.NE REYNOLDS 
KIRK RICH 

LINDA RICHARDS 



BETH RIDDLE 
J KAN II I DOE 

LARRY ROGERS 
JUDY ROSS 

LARRY SAFRIT 



HARVEY SHAW 

MARGARET SHELTON 
JACKIE SHORT 

HOWARD SILVERSTEIN 
TOMMY SKIDMORE 



DARRELL SMITH 
DOROTHY SMITH 
GEORGE SMITH 
ROBERT SMITH" 
ROSS SMITH 



BILL SNIDER 
BILL SPAKE 

CARL JOE SPANGLER 
DALE SPINNETT 
NEIL STALLINGS 



RAY STARRETTE 
PHYLLIS STEED 
ROY STEED 

NORMAN STEPHENS 
SHELBY STRICKLAND 



JACK SUGG 

HALLIE SUMFTER 

PEGGY TALLEY 

MEDFORD TAYLOR 
JOHNNY TEAGUE 



JAMES TERRELL 
JEAN THOMAS 
VANCE VANHOY 
DON VEREEN 
DICK VERT 



Sophomores 



RAY WALKER 
GAYE WALL 
ANN WALLER 
ROBY WALLS 
JOHN WARD 



INGER WESTERHOLM 
LARRY WHELESS 
GAYLE WILLARD 

BETTY LOU WILLIAMS 
PRESTON WILLIAMS 



GARETH WORRELL 
BOBBY YATES 
EUNICE YOUNG 
JO ZACOVIC 

JERRY ZIMMERMAN 




Bare limbs etched against the pale sky reveal 
the solitary perfection of Euclid. Crisp promise of 
snow whispers in the air. 














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HENRY GROOME Presided 

TONY LASALA Vice-President 

DENISE BROWN Secretary 

TOMMY HODGE Treasurer 




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The freshman is an enthusiastic adventurer, who, armed 
with a high school diploma, a ready supply of optimism, and 
a purple-and-white beanie, eagerly but with some trepidation, 
enters the turbulent world of the college campus. 

He achieves (the hard way) some familiarity with the 
internal structure of the frog, gains acquaintance with such 
assorted characters as Napoleon and Mary, Queen of Scots, 
and investigates the advantages and disadvantages of fra- 
ternities and sororities. He learns (contrary to what Mother 
told him) that eight hours of sleep are not always necessary, 
and that it takes approximately nine minutes to get from bed 
to an S:20 class. 



Page Seventy-Five 




Freshmen 



Bill ADAMS 

Charles ALBERTSON 

Mary Gail ALEXANDER 

Ronald ALLEN 

Sue ALLRED 

Mary Ann ANDERSON 



Henry Ellen ATKINSON 

Judy BARNES 

Lloyd BAUGHAM 

Nancy BEAL 

Betty BEAUCHAMP 

Tony BENGE 



Mollis BLAIR 
Phillip BLAIR 
Eocene BLAKE 
Ellen BOGGS 
Ann BOWMAN 
Saundra BRADY 



Lynda BRANTLEY 
Denise BROWN 
Henry BROWN 
Lillian BULLOCK 
Sara BURRIS 
Sara BUTLER 



Brenda BYRD 
Deborah CALLOWAY 
Nancy CAMPBELL 
James CARMICHAEL 
Karen CARPENTER 
Charles CARROLL 



Wayne CASE 
Don CAUDLE 
Priscilla CHAFIN 
Roy CHAPMAN 
Sue CHAPMAN 
Robert CHARLES 



Linda CHEEK 
James CLEMMER 
Carol CLODFELTER 
Brenda COFFEY 
James COGHILL 
Maurice COLE 



Marilee CONRAD 
Mary CONRAD 
Gerald CORRELL 
Wilhelma COX 
Zane DANIEL 
Dorothy DARLINGTON 



John DARSEY 
William DAVIDSON 
Jack DAVIES 
Gar> DAVIS 
Linda DENNY 
Harold DICKINSON 



Freshmen 



Lorna DICKSON 
John DOROTHEA 
Mary Ann DOUGLAS 
Stewart DOWLESS 
Pat DUCGINS 
Daniel DYER 



Lula Mac EDMONDS 
Larry EDMONDSON 
Haywood EDMUNDSON 
Jimmy EDWARDS 
Rovcrda ELLIS 
Dixie EPTINC 



Wesley EVANS 
Jimmy EVERHART 
William FARLOW 
Norma FEATHERSTONE 
Howard FELTON 
Tom FERGUSON 



Mary Lynn FIDLER 
Anne FIELDS 
Linda FITZGERALD 
Tex FLIPPIN 
Julia FLOYD 
Joe FOLEY 



Carrincton FOSTER 
Kaye FOSTER 
Thomas FREEMAN 
Joe FULMER 
Ronnie FULP 
Max FURR 



Tom GANSMAN 
Bruce GARRABRANT 
Judy GARRETT 
Phil GARRETT 
Herman CIDDENS 
Nancy GILLISPIE 



William GLADSTONE 
William GORDON 
Lewis GORE 
Albert GRAY 
Henry GROOME 
Linda GRUBBS 



Judy HALL 
Hylton HANCOCK 
Jack HARMON 
Marie HARRINGTON 
Mary HARRINGTON 
Ronald HARRIS 



Barbara HARRISON 

Sandra HAYS 

Joseph HAZELWOOD 

Rebecca HEDGECOCK 

Rill HELMS 

Ann HEPTINSTALL 





Freshmen 



Peggy HILL 
Robert BILLIARD 
Martha HILTO.V 
Gaston HINKLE 
Alice HOBSON 
Julia HOBSON 



Dale HODGE 
Tommy HODGE 
Becky HOLDER 
Dick HOLT 
Janet HOLT 
Jane HONEYCUTT 



Nancy MORTON 
Joseph HOUGHTON 
Janice HUDSON 
Charlotte HUFF 
Jerry HUCHES 
Myrna HULIN 



Jerry HUMBLE 
Donald INGOLD 
Betty JARRETT 
Barbara JENNINGS 
David JEWETT 
Ann JOHNSON 



Betty JOHNSON 
Dianne JOHNSON 
Nancy JOHNSON 
David JONES 
Lorace JONES 
Clarence KEEVER 



Bill KESTER 
Benny KIGER 
Henry KIMBALL 
Phillip KINSEY 
Bettie KITTRELL 
Jerry KIVETT 



Adrian KRITES 
Tony LASALA 
Libia LANZA 
Arlcne LANZIERI 
Nina LAWSON 
Leonard LEWIN 



Frank LEWIS 
Doug LLOYD 
Robert LLOYD 
Viviane LLOYD 
Bruce LONG 
John LOWE 



Eva McCREA 
Harold McDANIEL 
Alice McLLVAINE 
Michael McKINNEY 
Benjamin McNATT 
Laura Jean MALPASS 



Freshmen 



Joyce MARLETTE 
Jesse MARTIN 
Laine MASHBURN 
Rosemary MASON 
Bobby MICHAEL 
Mary'jo MILLER 



Richard MILLER 
Rodney MILLS 
Thelma MITCHELL 
Mimi MODLIN 
Ted MOORE 
Coralie MORAN 



LaRac MOSELEY 
Robert MOSER 
Clifton MUNN 
Nelda MURRAY 
Albert NEAL 
Alfred ONORATO 



[udith ORR 

Louisa OTERSEN 

Buford OVERSTREET 

Anne PAGE 

Betty Jean PARKER 

Johnny PARKER 



Judy PARKER 
Penelope PARKER 
Virginia PATTON 
GcorRc PAYNE 
Mildred PEELE 
Dell Rita PHILLIPS 



Marie POWELL 
Brenda PREVOST 
Ken PROSSER 
Emma Bruce PUGH 
Carol RAPPOLD 
Harold REEDER 



Dick REUMAN 
Mary RIERSON 
Sarah Ann ROBBINS 
Joyce ROBERTS 
Susan ROBERTS 
Rebecca ROYER 



Melvin RUDD 
Ann RUNYON 
Jane SAKERIGIIT 
Linda SAMUELS 
Charles SANDS 
Mary Jo SANDS 



Jesse SCOTT 
Richard SEGERS 
Carolyn SETZER 
Sandra SHARPE 
Pecgy SHOAF 
Priscilla SHORTER 





Freshmen 



Donald SIMMONS 
Deanna SINK 
Doris SMITH 
Eva Dell SMITH 
Charles SNIDER 
Frank SNIDER 



Clayton SNYDER 
Clenda SPRINKLE 
George SROUR 
Walter STAFFORD 
Nancy STANFORD 
Melvin STEELE 






Glenn STEVENS 
Pete STURM 
Marion SUITT 
Ned SURRATT 
Sam TAYLOR 
Harold TERRY 



Larry TESH 
John THARPE 
Alhert THOMPSON 
Gary THORNBURG 
Carol THORNBURG 
Irene TORRES 



Mary Jewell TOUCHTON 

Jerry TROTTER 

John TUTTLE 

Wolly UNGER 

Pat UPTON 

Osear VAN AUKEN 



Jerry VAUGHN 
Yvonne VAUGHN 
Boh VEASEY 
Sandra VESTAL 
Carolyn VONCANNON 
Jean WATTS 



Bill WEBB 
Jerr>' WEBSTER 
Jerry WELCH 
Sheila WENDLER 
Conrad WESTMORELAND 
Samuel WHITE 



Pc EK > W1DENHOUSE 
Ann WILKINSON 
Cathy WILLARD 
George WILLIAMS 
Henry WILLIAMS 
Joseph WILLIAMS 



Charles WILLIARD 
Emily WILSON 
Clara Ann WOODRUFF 
Patricia WYKOFF 
Ben WYNDHAM 
Patricia YOKLEY 
Julie YOUNG 




The rains come— lashing cruelly or 
splashing merrily-then pass suddenly 
like Arabs in the night; the sun shines 
again and breathes the fresh perfume 
of growing things upon the earth. 
The" lawns" are dotted with the bril- 
liant hues of flowers garmented in 
vivid colors and co-eds blossoming 
in new spring frocks. 



Now every twig and limb are en- 
cased in glowing crystal, and we stand 
with awe in the midst of the mystery 
and majesty of the winter world. 










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The school year of 1958-59 has been an important one 
in the life of the High Point College Student Government 
Association. This has been an eventful year in terms of 
activity, and it is our hope that it will also be remembered as 
a year of change, and thus a year of progress. 

Early in the first semester a new constitution, providing 
for a bi-cameral legislature, was prepared by a special 
Constitution Committee, and was passed unanimously by the 
student body. In the second semester two student parties 
were formed on our campus. The parties were organized to 
stimulate student interest, and to encourage competition in 
student elections. Also during the second semester a code of 
student law was accepted by the legislature, and our judicial 
system was revised. The Executive Committee was also re- 
vised, adding the day and dormitory presidents to that 
committee. 

The Executive Committee, The Student Senate, The 
Student House of Representatives, and the Judiciary Council 
have tried to make ours an effective Student Government . . . 
a workable organization that is worth while and beneficial 
to the students. It is our hope that next year will be an im- 
provement and that the Student Government Association will 
continue to grow in function and activity, continually striv- 
ing for a better college community. 

FRED BARRER 



FRED BARBER 
President 



Student Government Association 



OFFICERS 





PAT RAY 

Secretory 




CHARLES JOHNSON 

Vice-President 



HAROLD WRIGHT 
Treasurer 



Page Eighty-Four 



Judiciary Council 





AARON MOSS 
Chief Justice 




VERNON TATE 
Prosecutor 



PATT OLMSTED 
Secretary 



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 member 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. 



First row, left to right: Sylvia Newton, Pecgy Davis, Aaron Moss, Patt Olmsted, Doris Tallcy. Second row: 
Ronnie W'achs, Bill Kester, Buddy Lanier, Vernon Tate. Mot present: K. M. Vestal. 





CHARLES JOHNSON 
Prcsider 




Senate 



The school year of 1958-59 witnessed the estab- 
lishment of several major changes in the Student 
Government Constitution. Members of the Student 
Government Constitution Committee were instrumen- 
tal in setting up the revision of the Constitution which 
was presented to the Student Legislature and ap- 
proved on Tuesday, October 21. The revision was 
presented and passed by the Student Body during 
Assembly Wednesday, October 29. 

Two major changes were made in the past con- 
stitution. Legislative powers are divided between a 
Student Senate and a Student House of Representa- 
tives in the revision, similar to the form of government 
used on state and federal levels. 




Standing: Charlie Johnson. First row. left to right: Peggy Hill, Sylvia Hill, Eleanor Davis, Dick Vert. Second row: Jack Benfield, Otis Boroughs, Bob 
Little. Third row: Dale Brown, Daryl McGuire, Jack Harmon. 



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House of Representatives 





DON DRAPEAU 
Speaker 



Left to right: Gilbert Bccson, Reading Clerk; Janice Tuttcrow, Recording Clerk; Al Beam, 
Speaker Pro Tem. 



The second major change adds the Day Students' 
President and the dormitory presidents to the Executive 
Committee, which has consisted of the four officers of the 
Student Government Association. 



Other changes may be found in the election procedures, 
where a petition is required for nomination of officers in the 
spring elections. 





Page Eighty-Seven 



JANE MARTIN 
Vice-President 





SYLVIA HOLT 
Secretary 



MARTHA BUFFALOE 

President 



Woman's 
Dormitory Council 





OFFICERS 




CAROLYN FUSSELL 
Treasurer 



PEGGY DAVIS 
Judiciary Representative 






DORIS TALLEY 
Judiciary Representative 



EMMA LOU NOWELL 
Freshman Representative 



FRANCES ANN LEWIS 

Head Proctor 

North Hall 




MARTHA TURNIPSEED 
Head Proctor 
Woman's Hall 



Dormitory life is perhaps one of the most valuable facets of the college educational process. In these 
surroundings we leam some of our most important lessons-toleration, co-operation, sharing, the integration of 
our personalities into that of the group. Helping us and guiding us in our adjustment to the dormitory environment 
are Mrs. Perry, Miss Shirley, and the capable sympathetic members of the dormitory council. 



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ROSS SMITH 
Secretary-Treasurer 






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CHARLIE MANN 
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CHUCK HARTMAN 
Resident Counselor 



The men's dormitory council serves the campus by serving the dorm residents, functioning in close conjunc- 
tion with the Student Government and with the Administration. Officers of the dormitory council assist in the 
orientation program of freshmen boys, handle minor infractions of the rules, and assist many residents to work 
out problems. Seeing group living as an instrument of education in itself, the officers strive to make the ex- 
perience of dormitory life as rewarding and as pleasant as possible. 





Commuters 




OFFICERS 

BILL KESTER 

Vice-President 

PEGGY ALLRED 

Secretary 

MAX FURR 
President 



We are proud to say that one of the largest organizations on 
campus is the Day Student Organization. The group is composed of 
all students who commute to and from college daily. Quite a few of 
these students drive cars, some ride buses, and there are a few who 
have no parking problem at all— they walk. 

Many of the day students are born and bred High Pointers, but 
there are those who travel to class at High Point College from 
Winston-Salem, Salisbury, and Madison. 

Membership in this organization is automatic, and we boast the 

number ol our group as 445 students. 



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Another Monday morning. 




Between classes clay students enjoy a game 
of ping-pong in the Student Center. 



Page Ninety 



Student Christian Association 





OFFICERS 

Left to right: Helen Clay, Secretary; Jimmy Calloway, 
President; Mary Lou Chapman, Vice-President. 



First row, left to right: Dr. Hudgins, Mary Lou Chapman, Martha Turnipseed, 
Marlowe. Second row: Marilvn Tulloch. Ann Bovd, Bobbie Sluiford, Jackie 
Third row: K. M. Vestal, Gary Cornell, Harold Wright. 



Dccdiu 
Creech. 




Sunday night vesper services cultivate in High Point 
College students a spirit of reverence and dedication. 




BAK TAE WOUNG 



Keynote for Religion-in-Life Week in the spring 
of 1958 was the Chi Rho, symbol of Christ, superim- 
posed upon the maze, which represented the con- 
fusion and tension of modern living. 



The purpose of the Student Christian Association is to stimulate 
Christian growth and development which is needed by the college 
community. It is a coordinator of the four denominational fellowships 
and two vocational religious fraternities on campus. 

The Student Christian Association is composed of all students and 
is directed by a council of three officers and eighteen representatives. 
Offering guidance to the council are four adult advisors: Dr. Hudgins, 
Dr. Locke, Miss Bowman, and Dr. Netcher. 

Highlights of the year include the following: the fall retreat of the 
council at Spring Hill Methodist Church; the chapel program in which 
over $200 was raised for our foster children; Christmas caroling; 
Christianiry-in-Life week conducted by Rex-. Warren Carr of Durham on 
"The Seven Deadly Sins of the College Student;" Sunday night vespers 
which were held every Sunday night; and midweek vespers on 
Wednesday evenings. 








BARBARA SHUFORD 
President 



MARYETTE BROWN 
Vice-President 



DELL CONRAD 
Secretary 






JENNY MUSGROVE 
Treasurer 



MARTHA TURNIPSEED 
S. C. A. Rep. 



BETTY GRAY DORMAN 
S. G. A. Rep. 





CLARICE BOWMAN 
Advisor 



DR. FRANCES MULDROW 
Advisor 



Leadership, friendship, and service— sisters in 
the service of God— these have been the guiding 
principles of Alpha Delta Theta. Several of the 
highlights of 1958-59 in Alpha Delta Theta were 
the spring retreat at which we made plans for the 
next year, the new program of pledge training 
which turned out very successfully, ending in an 
inspirational initiation service which took in fifty- 
two new members, the joint Alpha Delta Theta- 
Kappa Chi Christmas meeting and social with 
guest, Mrs. Frank Daniels, telling several Christmas 
stories, and the year climaxed with a week-end 
retreat. The list of services and activities would 
fill an entire page, but among a few were weekly 
dorm devotions, Koinonea groups, and Alpha Delta 
Theta chorus. Another year has passed, but the 
girls in Alpha Delta Theta will never forget what 
it has meant to them. 



Alpha Delta Theta 








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NANCY ALEXANDER 






LEILANI ASSAF 1 




SHIRLEY BEATTY 1 




BETTY BEAUCHAMP V 


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NAN BELK 




JOYCE BICCUM J 




GAIL BOLICK , 






ANN BOWMAN 






ANNIE BOYD 






SAUNDRA BRADY 




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LYNDA BRANTLEY 




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SARA BUTLER 




KAREN CARPENTER 




DOT CHADWICK 






MARY LOU CHAPMAN 




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LINDA CHEEK 


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JANE COATS 
MARILEE CONRAD 
CAROL CLODFELTER 
MARY LOU CRAVER 
JACKIE CREECH 
ELEANOR DAVIS 
ROVERDA ELLIS 
ANNE FIELD 



JUDY FISHER 
LINDA FITZGERALD 
CAROLYN GIBBS 
LULA GRIFFITH 
HYLTON HANDCOCK 
SYLVIA HILL 
WILLIE HODGES 
ALICE HOBSON 



JANET HOLT 
MICKI HUNSUCKER 
SHARON INGRAM 
SUE JACKSON 
SARA JACKSON 
BARBARA JENNINGS 
ELLEN JULIAN 
BETSY KIKER 



NINA LAW SON 
ROSEMARY MASON 
DEEDIE MARLOWE 
BETTY MEACHAM 
MARY MILLER 
NELDA MURRAY 
ANN MYRICK 
SYLVIA NICKS 



EMMA LOU NOELL 
BILLIE PAISLEY 
ELIZABETH PETERSON 
DELL PHILLIPS 
LELIA POLLOK 
BETH RIDDLE 
RONDA ROBBINS 
IRMA JANE SCRUGGS 



EMMA SMITH 
NANCY STANFORD 
ANN STRICKLAND 
SHELBY STRICKLAND 
WINT STUART 
ALICE SWETLAND 
DORIS TALLEY 
JEAN THOMAS 



CAROLYN TULLOCH 
MARILYN TULLOCH 
GAYE WALL 
ANN WALLER 
PEGGY WIDENHOUSE 
BETTY LOU WILLIAMS 
EMILY WILSON 
PATRICIA YOKLEY 




Page Ninety-Three 



Kappa Chi Fellowship 




OFFICERS 



AARON MOSS 
President 



DWIGHT 

WH1TLOCK 

Secretary 



EARL WHITAKER 

Treasurer 



DR. W. R. LOCKE 





Tony Adams, Bill Baker, David Baxter. Gilbert Beeson. Jack Benfield. Billy Benfield, Jerry Bradv, Jim Calloway, Hugh 
Chapman, Corbin Cherry. Gary Cornell. Ken Crutehfield, John Davis, Vance Davis, Mack Edwards, John Edwards Doi 
Grimmer, Henry Croome, Warren Hamilton. \V. B. Harrell. 



,.. Cameron, C. V. Carroll, Roy 
s, Don George, Lloyd Ginns, James 



Page Ninety-Four 



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Kappa Chi is a fraternity founded to provide brother- 
hood to its members and a means of uniting their 
efforts and hearts toward the service of Cod. The Xi 
chapter at High Point College is composed of male 
students who are preparing themselves for full time 
service to the Christian church. It is the intention of the 



fraternity to supply a medium of instruction and in- 
spiration to its members, that they might better grow 
toward the likeness of Christ. In service and in worship, 
in study and in instruction, the members of Kappa Chi 
strive toward the fulfillment of their calling through 
brotherhood in Christ. 




,-. ,,.,,„ . „ i t u ij- i „„,„, Tnmmv I nftis Sherwood Nance, Billy McDaniel, Bruce Miller, Mark Baby, Harold Beeder, 

SfiM&Kfe^ cUes vLchn ' Tom w — ■ Ross WinR0 ' Haro,d Wright - Bob 

Williams, I. J. Wall. 

Page Ninety-Five 



Fellowship Teams 




PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Willie Lieu Hodges Chairman; Tommy Loftis, Co-Chairman; Barbar 

Muiiorcl, Emma Lou Nocll. Sherwood Nance. 

ADVISORS 

Miss Clariee Bowman, Dr. Walter Hudgins, Dr. \V. R. Locke. 



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

Listed below are the teams and their Chairmen: 

Team No. 1: Bill Baker, chairman; Betsy Kiker, Judy Hall, 
W. M. Harrell, Shirley Beatty, Sue Chapman. 

Team No. 2: Nan Belk, chairman; Billie Paisley, Henry Ayers, 
Mary Jewell Touchton, Bill Webb, Nina Lawson. 

Team No. 3: Dwight Whitlock, chairman; Pat Moore, Micki 
Hunsucker, Benny Martin, Stewart Dowless, Janet Holt. 

Team No. 4: Jean Thomas, chairman; Allen Windley, Audrey 
Honeycutt, Bobby Little, Ann Bowman, Doris Talley. 

Team No. 5: Deedie Marlowe, chairman; Ross Wingo, Al 
Thompson, Eleanor Davis, Faye Griffith, Nelda Murray. 

Team No. 6: Ken Crutchfield, chairman; Karen Carpenter, 
Jimmy Edwards, Ellen Julian, Rosemary Mason. 
McDaniel were appointed alternates. 
Chapman, Virginia Patton, Alice Swetland, Elmer Hall, and Billy 

Team No. 7: Earl Whitaker, chairman; Hallie Sumpter, Betty 
Stewart. 

Team No. 8: Peggy Talley, chairman; Jerry Brady, Peggy 
Lou Williams, Don Drapeau, Ann Harding, David Baxter, Susan 
Widenhouse, Ann Harding, David Baxter, Susan Stewart. 

Team No. 9: Hugh Cameron, chairman; Sue Jackson, Patricia 
Yokley, Ernestine Jones, Pat Conner. 

Team No. 10: Annie Carol Boyd, chairman; Peggy Davis, 
Henry Groome, Nancy Gillispie, Jerry Hill. 

Team No. 11: Charles Riddle, chairman; Ann Strickland, Eva 
Dell Smith, Becky Ozment, Charles Carroll. 

Team No. 12: Lloyd Ginns, chairman; Carolyn Gibbs, Nancy 
Lee Alexander, Alice Hobson, James Grimmer, Helen Mounce. 

Team No. 13: Luke McKinney, chairman; Glenda Radcliffe, 
Gail Bolick, Nancy Campbell, Fred Sigmon. 

Team No. 14: Bobby Poole, chairman; Leo Buie, Kathy 
Traywick, Hylton Hancock, Sara Burns, Alice Mcllvaine, Bob 
Williams. 

Team No. 15: George (Ken) Smith, chairman; Betsy Greene, 
Buster Keever, Roverda Ellis, Ed Baugham, Eileen Mcllvaine. 

Jim Calloway, Slyvia Nicks, Carolyn Tulloch, Marilyn 
Tulloch, Mary Lou Carver, Carol Clodfelter, Betty Meacham, Sue 
Chapman, Virginia Patton, Alice Swetland, Elmer Hall, and 
Billy McDaniel were appointed alternates. 





First rote, left to right: Jenny Musgrove. Sandra Sharpe, La Rae Moslcy, Debbie Calloway, Alice Hobson, Ann Waller, Ann Myrick, Bobbie 
Shuford. Second row: Martha Turnipseed, Janet Holt, Rose Mary Mason, Mary Lou Cravcr, Carolyn Lowder, Mary Lou Chapman, Shelby 
Strickland. Bill Kester. Third row: Priscilla Shorter, Jackie Creech, Dell Conrad, Annie Boyd, Peggy Talley, Nan Belk, Caye Wall, Ken 
Crutchfield. Fourth row: Henry Ayers, Harold Terry, Aaron Moss, Jim Calloway, Harold Wright, Ronda Robbins, Sherwood Nance, Fifth 
row: Henry Groome, Elwin Macintosh, Gary Cornell, Bob Williams. 




Methodist Student Fellowship 

The Methodist Student Fellowship on the college campus is 
part of a national movement sponsored by the Methodist Church. 
The purpose of the Methodist Student Fellowship is to provide a 
Christian community for the Methodist students on campus. In the 
community students work toward a deeper understanding of their 
Christian experience. The vision of faith is clarified by intellectual 
studies of various problems of the world community in which the 
members participate. The meaning of the Church and its message 
today is important to each member as he chooses to support the 
church with a dedicated mind, body, and spirit. Worship, whole- 
some fun, and study bind the members together. 



MSF COUNCIL 

First row, left to right: Patt Olmsted, Program Chairman; Betty 
Gray Dorman. Vice-President; Mary Lou Chapman, SCA Repre- 
sentative. Second row: Alice Swctland. Program Chairman; Pat 
Ray, Corresponding Secretary; Anne Boyd, Recording Secretary. 
Third row: Betty Lou Williams, Publicity Chairman; Gary Cornell, 
Projects Chairman; Dell Conrad, Literature Chairman; Harold 
Wright, President. 




Page Ninety-Eight 



Westminster 
Fellowship 




OTIS BOROUGHS 
President 



Seated, left to rig/it; Mrs. Howard Pancoast, Jo Spangler, Otis Boroughs, Liz Peterson, 
Howard Pancoast. Stamlinu: Nancy Beal. Louisa Oterson, Eunice Young, Wendell 
Kelly, Diane Johnson, Lorna Dickson. Libby Graham, Judy Fisher. 



1958-59 marked the third year on the High Point College campus 
for the Westminster Fellowship, the Presbyterian student organization. 
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. 

Westminster meets twice a month at the home of its sponsors, Mr. 
and Mrs. II. 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 denomi- 
nations are welcome to attend the meetings and take part in the activities 
of the Fellowship. 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: Otis Boroughs, Liz Peterson, Jo Spangler. 



ADVISERS 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pancoast 




Baptist Student Union 

The Baptist Student Union provides Baptist students with a leader- 
ship 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, mis- 
sions participation, Bible study, Christian fellowship, and co-operation 
with the local church program. 





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Above, left to right: Shelby Williams, 
Shirley Yokely, Co-Program and So- 
cial Chairmen; Bob Poole, Devo- 
tional Chairman; Bob Williams, Treas- 
urer; Buster Keever, Song Leader; 
Shelby Strickland, Publicity Chair- 
man; Betsy Greene, Secretary; K. M. 
Vestal, President. Left to right, first 
row: Betsy Greene, Sara Burris, Clara 
Ann Woodruff, Sara Butler, Hazel 
Greene, Norma Featherstone, Roverda 
Ellis, Hylton Hancock, Shelby Wil- 
liams, Janice Hudson. Second row: 
K. M. Vestal, Buster Keever, Sara 
Ann Robbins, Jerry Kivett, Cathy 
Willard, Bobbie Sheffield, Gayle 
Willard, Alice Mcllvaine, Nancy 
Horton, Shelby Strickland, Kathy 
Traywick, Betty Jo Blackwood, Eileen 
Mcllvaine, Leo Buie. Third row: 
Don Armfield, Arnold Lawson, Darryl 
McGuire, Charles Williams, Bob 
Poole, David Jones, George (Ken) 
Smith, Larry Wheless, Bob Williams, 
Tommy Freeman. 




Canterbury Association 

The Canterbury Association is the Episcopal Church at work on 
the college campus. The Association is part of the witnessing Church on 
this campus. This year with the theme, The Life and Mission of the 
Church, the Association has had an active and successful year. 



Abope, left to right: Gary Cornell, 
President; Judy Wilson, Linda Rich- 
ards, Jackie Creech. Right, left to 
right: Martha Hay, Jackie Creech, 
Betty Early, Judy Wilson, Betsey 
Bryant, Gary Cornell, Linda Richards, 
Sandra Vestal, Ann Waller, Frances 
Gibson. 



Page One Hundred 



Alpha Phi Omega 

National Service Fraternity 







KEN CRUTCHFIELD 
President 



LARRY WHEELES 
Vice-President 



BILL PARRISH 
Vice-President 






DON REBER, 
Corresponding Secretary 



SHERWOOD NANCE 
Treasurer 



OH. MARCUS COLLINS 





CHARLES RIDDLE 
Historian 



DR. C. JOSEPH ADKIXS 



First row, left to right: Henry Avers, Bill Damon, Lee Groome, Lamar Hicks, Mark Raby. Second row: Harvey 
Shaw, John Shirkey, Stu Taylor, Tom Warren, Earl Whitaker. 



The largest fraternity in the world with over 300 chap- 
ters. Mu Xi chapter was organized at H. P. C. April 27, 
1957. The purpose of this National Service Fraternity is 
service to faculty, service to fellow-students, and service to 
the community as participating citizens. 



First row, left to right: Al Thompson, Daniel Dyer. Second row: 
George Shroud, Buford Overstrcet. Dick Reuman, David Baxter. Not 
pictured: Joseph Williams, Preston Williams, Robert Charles, Albert 
Neal. 




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Vice-President 




CAROLYN LOWDER 

Secretary 



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PEGGY WILKES 
Treasurer 



J. C. NEVVSOME 
President 



OFFICERS 




DOT CHADWICK 
Program Chairman 




IRMA JANE SCRUGGS 
Student Government Representative 



Future Business 
Leaders of America 

The Future Business Leaders of America, eager 
to prepare for careers in the business world, have 
established an interesting and active organization 
for all business students on campus. A national or- 
ganization, F. B. L. A. offers a program of movies, 
speakers from various organizations, and field trips 
designed to offer information about various posi- 
tions open to the business student. The organiza- 
tion, composed of business majors and minors, 
attends the state convention in the spring and holds 
meetings in conjunction with other chapters in the 
district. 

Officers of F. B. L. A. are Joseph .Siceloff, President; Roy 
Allen, Vice-President; Judy Wilson, Secretary; Ray Starrette, 
Treasurer; and Linda Richards, Corresponding Secretary. 




Left to right: Linda Richards, Program Chairman; Judy Wilson, Secretary; James 
Padilla, Student Government Representative. 



First rote, left to right: Roy Allen. Bobby Cornell, Frances Gibson, Janet Holt. David Jones. Doris Ann Joyce. Second row: Tom Kimball, Carole Lane 
Mabe, Elsvin Mackintosh, Betty Payne, Betsy Payne, Kenneth Payne. Third row: Linda Richards, Priseilla Shorter, Joe Siceloff, Ray Starrette, Judy 
Wilson. 





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JOYCE 

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ELIZABETH 
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JONNYE SUE 
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ERNESTINE 
JONES 




LORACE 
JONES 


LOUISE 
HARRIS 


JANE 
MARTIN 


BILLIE 
PAISLEY 


BETTY JEAN 
PARKER 


PENELOPE 
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NANCY 
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PHYLLIS 
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JEAN 
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Epsilon Sigma Omicron 

Professional Home Economics Society 



Page One Hundred Four 




Veterans Club 

The members of the Veteran's 
Club are former service person- 
nel who have organized so that 
through their collective efforts 
Jhey may be better enabled to pur- 
sue their common goal of educa- 
tion. Officers of the Veteran's Club 
are Robert Lavvson, President; 
Tommy Myers, Vice-President; and 
John Pycior, Secretary. Members: 
First row, left to right: Clarence 
Lawson, Seotty Poindexter, Tommy 
Myers, Robert Lawson. Second 
row: James Talbart, Don Engo, 
Bob Connell. Third row: Jolui 
Pycior, Jessie Gussler, and Bob 
Nelson. 



International Relations Club 



"To help the students on campus 
to better understand the nations of 
the world" 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 
ibout other nations and with the 
people of other nations. 
Members of the I. R. C, left to 
right, are James Padilla, Ben 
Zambrana, Willie Hodges, Jackie 
Creech, Ann Waller, Inger Wes- 
terholm, and Almira Lopez Her- 
nandez. 




Page One Hundred Five 



Typical Scene in the Top of the Tower 





ICE OF THE STUDENTS" 

The Official .'.'■■■' i jf'': <A II -■. Point Collet - High Point. N C. 
Publuhed Bi- Weekly Except During Holiday Period* 

Entered as third dm miner on October 19. 1950. » the Post Office 
»t High Point. N. C. under Ac (of Congreii <A March 5. IS?9- 

NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE. INC. 

College Publuher'i Representative* 

Aid Madiion Avenue. New York. N. Y. 

Chicago ■ Bohod • Lot Angeles - Sao I rao ■■ ■ ■ 

Subscription *nd Advertising Rates Upon Requesi 

Editor-in-chief , m Elmer Hall 

Managing Editor __ Fred Barber 

Business Manager Ronald Wachs 

News Editor _ _ Patt Olmsted 

Sports Editor _ Lin Barbour 

Photographer _ „ __. Dick Vert 

Editorial Staff __ Charles Johnson, Mel Bushin. 

Shirley Yoldey. Jim Calloway. Bilhc Paisley. 

Carol Chapman. Al Windlcy. Jean Ridg.-, 

Crace Jensen. Charles Loflin. Forrest Ferrell. 

Jack Wilson. Ray Sheppard. Edna Rose Duncan. 

Business Staff _.._ Charles Riddle. Bobby Yates, 

BllUfl Paisley. Shirley Yokley. 



FRED BARBER-Lflyonf 



PATT OLMSTED-A'eus 



LIN BARBOUR-Sporfs 






Page One Hundred Six 



1958-59 Volume 33 



UPC, 1959. Sounds of the pecking of typewriters, 
rustling of papers, and general buzzing fill the small 
room in the top of the tower. The scene is the usual one; 
the time is just before the deadline hour. Working 
against time the editorial members frantically type copy 
with one finger, talk to a reporter, and check for a last 
minute photo, all in one breath. The air is heavy with 
Viceroy and Winston. The hour is late. Coffee is perking. 
It is a typical scene when another lli-Po is put to bed for 
volume 33. A few days and several trips to the printer's 
later, a neat chronicle and commentary on life at High 
Point College is in the hands of the students. A few 
words of praise or censure and it all begins again for 
those who have made volume 33 of the lli-Po "the voice 
of the students." 

It is the sincere hope of the business and editorial 
staffs that we have presented to the student body a news- 
worthy and interesting paper which has upheld the 
American tradition of freedom of expression. 




DICK VEBT-Photographer 




CHARLES RIDDLE, DONALD WACHS, and BOBBY YATES- Business Staff. 






Zenith 



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PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Jane Lloyd, Al Thompson, Bobby Little, Eunice Young, 



SUE JACKSON Co-Editor 

BARBARA AYERS . . Co-Editor 

MELL BUSBIN Business Manager 

DORIS TALLEY Associate Editor 

BOB LITTLE Photograpluj Editor 

EUNICE YOUNG Photography Editor 

AL THOMPSON Photography Staff 

GAYLE WILLARD . Photography Staff 

[ANE LLOYD Photography Staff 

BETTY MEACHAM Senior Editor 

HENRY ELLEN ATKINSON Assistant Senior Editor 

BETTY GRAY DOR MAN Class Editor 

EDNA ROSE DUNCAN Class Editor 

WINI STUART ... Fine Arts Editor 

|OII\ WARD Art Staff 

Charles price An staff 

THELMA MITCHELL Art Staff 

LUCIA PORCELLI Sorority Editor 

GUS DEAL Fraternity Editor 
BILLIE PAISLEY Administration Editor 

LIN BARBOUR ... Sports Editor 

MICKI IIUXSUCKKR Feature Editor 

IRMA JANE SCRUGGS Chief Typist 

CLARA ANN WOODRUFF Typist 

FRANCES DALTON Typist 

MARY LYNN FIDDLER Typist 

ROY ALLEN Typist 

AUDREY HONEYCUTT Directory Editor 

EILEEN McILVAINE Copy Writer 

DICK VERT . . Photographer 



TYPING STAFF 

First row. left to right: Frances Dalton, Clara Ann Woodruff, Roy Allen. 
Second row: Mary Lynn Fiddler, Irma Jane Scruggs. 

Seated, left to right: Betty Meachani, Wini Stuart, Billie Paisley. Standing: Eileen Mcllvaine, Micki Hunsucker, Betty Gray Dorman, Lindsay Barbour, 
Henry Ellen Atkinson, Audrey Honeyeutt, Gus Deal. 





Staff 



Publishing a yearbook is a tangled mix- 
ture of organization and confusion, labor and 
laughter, delight and despair. It is a labor of 
love and a task filled with tension. We of the 
staff feel fortunate that we have been able to 
render this service to our school and to our 
fellow students. We hope that members of the 
student body will appreciate and find pleasure 
in our labor and that they will turn many times 
through the pages of the book to recapture 
cherished "remembrances of things past." 



DORIS TALLEY 





SUE JACKSON AND BARBARA AYERS 



JOHN WARD, THELMA MITCHELL, AND 
CHARLES PRICE 





Zenith 
Business Staff 



The editors wish to express their sincere appreciation 
to Mell Busbin and his capable staff for the financing of 
the 1959 Zenith. The duties of the business manager in- 
cluded paying bills, helping to arrange terms of the con- 
tract, selling advertisements, keeping accounts of all money 
collected and spent for printing, photography, and mate- 
rials, and, with the help of the Miss HPC Committee, mak- 
ing plans for the Miss High Point College Contest. This pro- 
duction, graced by the presence of Miss North Carolina 
herself, was one of the most charming and colorful presenta- 
tions of the year. 



MELL BUSBIN 



MARTHA CHEVIS 



Left to right: Betty Gray Dorman, Ronda Robbins, Mell Busbin, Shirley Yokley, and Edna Rose 
Duncan, Not pictured: Eunice Young. 





JUDY FISHER 




Physical Education 
Majors Club 



Though only in its second year of organization on the 
High Point College campus, the Physical Education Majors 
Club is an active, working group which already boasts si.xty- 
two members. Activities of the club include monthly business 
meetings and various projects to raise money for their annual 
gift to the Physical Education Department. Last spring with 
funds from such projects, the group bought a mimeograph 
machine for the department. In such ways the club serves 
their college and stimulates interest in physical education as 
an occupation. 



OFFICERS 

Otis Boroughs, President; Charlie McCorkle, Vice-President; Frances 
Smith, Secretary; Pat Hester, Treasurer. 



First row, left to right: Robert Dean, Otis Boroughs, Mary Sue Rierson, Frances Smith, Gail Bolick, Pat Hester, Ellen Julian, Arlene Lanzieri, Virginia 
Patton, Julia Floyd, Miss Hood, Dr. Netcher. Second row: Bill Bingham, Charlie McCorkle. Jerry Koontz, Gilbert Batten. Third row: Dr. Hertz, Will 
Davis, Gerald Brooks, Kirby Joyce, Sam White, Phil Coghill, Ed Hughes, Jerry Kirkman, Richard Bledsoe, Mr. Hartman. Fourth row: Wayne 
Mashburn, Harold Dickinson, George Smith. 






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Fine Arts 




High Point College is committed to 
a dynamic program in the Fine Arts- 
music, dramatics, speech, and art, to 
meet the varying needs of all its students. 
With its new, modern, and adequate 
Fine Arts building and up-to-date equip- 
ment, with its well-educated and experi- 
enced faculty in these fields, and its pro- 
gressive and complete curriculum, the 
competent student can do his major 
work in these areas with assurance that 
he will he able to meet the demands of 
his field. The non-major student in these 
fields can develop a vocational and cul- 
tural interest in them that will abide 
with him throughout his life and consti- 
tute real sources of personal enjoyment 
and pleasure. 



Maryette Brown practices on the Moller three rank pipe organ 
available for student use. 




Miss Ernestine Fields coaches two piano students. 



Page One Hundred Twelve 




MR. PORTER 



Art Department 



Art classes train students in the various techniques of creative expres- 
sion. The vocational and cultural interests that develop in this field will 
abide with the students throughout their lives and constitute real sources of 
personal enjoyment and pleasure. 



On the Air 



Students interested in public- 
speaking may enroll for classes 
in speech fundamentals, ad- 
vanced speech, and radio pro- 
duction. Members of the radio 
class present weekly broadcasts 
over a local station. This gives 
training in announcing, acting, 
writing and programming. 



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First row. Nan Belk, Tony Adams, Carolyn Setzer, Willis Stevens, Libby 
Graham, Neil Stallinfis, Carolyn Gibbs, Charles Kiddle, Sylvia Newton, 
Al Thompson, Martha Turnipseed, Henry Andrews, Gaye Wall, Doris 
Talley. Second row: Annie Boyd, Shelby Nelson, Edna Chapman, Bill 



Damon, Sandra Parnell, Arnold Lawson, Betsy Kiker, Lin Barbour, Anna 
Rogers, Charles Vaughn, Maryette Brown, Judy Wilson, Dick Vert, 
Marilyn Tulloch. Third row: Jackie Smith, Tommy McDaniel, Glenda 
Radcliffe, John Edwards, Linda Richards, Jerry Kivett, Pat Wykoff, 




" 'Here Yet Awhile!' page six . . . sopranos in 
the second chorus, listen for your note and come 
in on the beat with a strong F-sharp." 

"Tenors, 'you would do well' to listen for 
your pitch at the beginning of 'Salvation Is Cre- 
ated' or it will be cremated." 

"Mr. Fryhover, you'd do well to give us a 
definite cue on No-el in the 'Shepherd's Story.'" 

" 'He, Watching Over Israel' . . . choir, please 
watch your wording on 'slumber not nor sleeps.' " 

"Altos, don't rush the "Hushing Carol' or it 
will be the 'Rushing Carol.' " 

"Announcement! The High Point College 
Marching Archa Pulla Choir is now on its sixth 
leg of the Florida tour!" 

These cues and sayings may seem incompre- 
hensible and humorous, but they are what put 
the stray notes and chords back in order to bring 
out the beautiful work of art created by the 



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A Cappella 
Choir 



W. B. Harold, Marilyn Pickett, Kelley Jones. Lclia Pollok, Jack Jarrctt, Liz Peterson, 
Tom Warren, Mary Lou Chapman, Don Nesbitt, Mr. J. C. Fryhover. Fourth row: 
Texie Ann Ayers, Jerry Kaye, Ronda Robbins, Ross Wingo, Dell Conrad, Earl 
Whitakcr, Wini Stuart, Charles Huff, Alice Swetiand, Lloyd Cinns. 



composer. If you are in the choir, it is things of this sort that make you 
proud to have had the experience of standing in your purple robe and 
giving forth everything you have during a concert. As a result of this 
work, those of us who are listeners acquire an inspiration to travel on 
through our daily walks of life. It is these things that create the "oneness" 
that is not found in any other organization. 




CHOIR OFFICERS 

Left to right: Charles Vaughn, President; 
Charles Huff, Vice-President; Martha Tur- 
nipseed. Secretary; Tom Warren, Business 
Manager. 

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Band 



The concert band helps to increase 
musical enjoyment and understanding 
among its members and among its au- 
diences by studying thoroughly and 
performing effectively the best band 
literature of all periods. In addition 
to concerts on campus and in the 
High Point vicinity, the band makes 
an extended tour each year. Another 
contribution to student enjoyment is 
the band's appearance at pep assem- 
blies and home basketball games. 



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 campus. 



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Tower Players 






L1BBY GRAHAM 
Secretary 



WINI STUART 
Vice-President 





DON DRAPEAU 
Treasurer 




JEANNETTE SMALL 
Student Government Representative 



OFFICERS 



LARRY WILLIAMS 
President 



MISS DESPAIN 
Advisor 





The Torchbearers 

HPC DRAMA GROUP TO GIVE COMEDY, 
"THE TORCH-REARERS" 

This zany comedy was written in 1922, and has become a favorite of colleges 
and little theatres. Basically the plot of the satire concerns a community theatre 
group which is trying to produce a play in spite of death and irate husbands. 
The second act is one of the funniest ever written for the current stage. 







Siege of Sit Tite 

"Siege of Sit-tite" — a unique treat— furniture produc- 
tion put to Musical Comedy by Dr. Lew Lewis, head 
of the Fine Arts Department. Dr. Lewis wrote the music, 
lyrics, and also a book. 

The play is about a furniture factory whose sales 
have been steadily declining. The nephew of the founder, 
who is dead, is seeking to gain control of the firm to 
pull it out of the slump. The first act takes place in the 
upholstery room. The second act is a television show 
sponsored by the company, and the third act occurs in 
a furniture exhibit. 




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The Death 
of a Salesman 



TOWER PLAYERS OUTDO SELVES IN 
"DEATH OF A SALESMAN" 

"The capabilities of the Tower Players of High Point College have 
never been more clearly evident than in their production of Arthur 
Miller's "Death of a Salesman.' Not since their production of Tennessee 
Williams' 'The Glass Menagerie' several years ago has High Point pre- 
sented such a theatrical opportunity. It was a rare and moving experience 
the Players presented on the stage of Memorial auditorium." 

The play centers around a mediocre traveling salesman, who has 
made himself believe that he is a great success in business. He tries to 
instill these false ideas of success into the minds of his two athletic sons. 
His wife believes in him and tries to tie the bond between father and 
sons. 

In 1949, the play won the Pulitzer Prize, and Drama Critic's Circle 
Award. 






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Will be *W^armth of friepdly days, 

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/hen on T)ur ears thy name shall fall, 
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"to hail thee college, queen of all, - 
Oh ^veilvlbMed Alma Mater. 



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ea"rs.a sound serene, 
A cherjshea hymn from bell tower rings 
Remembered be thy blessings. 
Throughout our lives in accents clear, 
The chords of memory draw us near 
To sing again a song sincere 
In praise of Alma Mater. 






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The Order of 
The Lighted Lamp 

THE HONOR SOCIETY 

of 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

Founded in 1935 





BARBARA ANN AYERS 
GILBERT WARD 

BEESON 
HELEN HENDLEY 

CLAY 
GARY STILES 

CORNELL 
JOHN EARL DAVIS 



PEGGY JEAN DAVIS 
SYLVIA JANE DEATON 
ERNEST CHARLES 

DYSON 
ELMER O. HALL 
SYLVIA GREY HOLT 



CHARLES ROSS 

JOHNSON 
AARON WARD MOSS 
ELIZABETH RAY 

PETERSON 
DORIS MAXINE 

TALLEY 
BEN FRANKLIN 

ZAMBRANA 



Not Pictured: 
PATT OLMSTED 
RONNIE WACHS 



Scholastic Honor 
Society 




Membership 



ALUMNI 

PAUL D. ATWELL 

NANCY SUE BUTT 

JERRY CAMPBELL 

HENRY SAMUEL CARTER 

MARVIN H. CASHATT 

BEVERLY ANN DEAL 

CLYDE W. FAULKNER 

SYLVIA A. FOX 

ELIZABETH GURLEY 

LAWRENCE B. HOLT 

BARBARA A. HUNTLEY 

PATRICIA LOU JORDAN 

LEON H. LEE 

PANSY M. LIVENGOOD 

ARSOLA C. LOVELACE, JR. 

MARC C. LOVELACE 

NANCY J. LUCAS 

FRED KEITH MACON 

LORETTA MYERS MARTIN 

SHELBY J. MOSLEY 

JACQUELINE PUGH 

LOUISE PUGH 

JAMES A. SINK 

JOSEPH T. SKEEN, JR. 

MARY RUTH SMILEY 

ARGUS SWAIM 

RAY A. WARLICK, JR. 

MRS. THOMAS H. WHITE 

ELEANOR YOUNG 



FACULTY 

J. HOBART ALLRED 

HAL L. BALLEW 

HELEN R. BARTLETT 

CLARICE M. BOWMAN 

ROSSITER R. BELLINGER 

DENNIS H. COOKE 

EDMUND O. CUMMINGS 

STUART C. DESKINS 

BENJAMIN H. HILL 

CLIFFORD R. HINSHAW 

WALTER E. HUDGINS 

LEW J. LEWIS 

R. A. LINEBERRY 

WILLIAM R. LOCKE 

FRANCES MULDROW 

JEROME C. SMITH 

WALTER BLACKSTOCK 

LOIS KROPA 

PROFESSORS EMERITUS 

GEORGE H. HOBART 

E. VERA IDOL 
ALICE PAIGE WHITE 

STUDENTS 

BARBARA AYERS 
ELMER O. HALL 



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Panhellenic Council 




The Panhellenic Council is the co-ordinat- 
ing group of girls for the social sororites on cam- 
pus. The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is 
to maintain on a high plane, sorority life and 
friendship, to cooperate with college authorities 
in their efforts to maintain high social and 
scholastic standards throughout the whole college 
and to be a forum for the discussion of sorority 
affairs. 

Our Council, composed of two sisters from 
each of the four sororities on campus, has the 
responsibility of carrying out its own program 
and settling its own difficulties as long as its 
actions and regulations do not conflict with any 
part of the National Panhellenic Compact. This 
year the Panhellenic Council promoted a new 
rushing program for the girls of the sororities 
which proved very successful. 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: Patt Olmsted, Treasurer; Eunice Young, Secretary; Shirley Voklcy, 
President; Edna Rose Duncan, Vice-President. 



First row, left to right: Sandra Parnell, Shirley Yokley, Helen Clay, Pat Ray. Second rote: Edna Rose Duncan, Eunice Young, Patt Olmsted, Sylvia 
Holt. 




Interfraternity Council 



The Interfraternity Council is the coordina- 
tor of the social fraternities on campus— its main 
objective is to further by unification and high 
ideals the standards of brotherhood, character, 
and scholarship necessary to any worthy frater- 
nity. The council is 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. N'ot only does this friend- 
ship last throughout college life and with friends 
made on campus, but will extend far into the 
future. 




Seated, left to right: Ed Venable, Maury Beauchot, Danny Sewell. Standing: Mickey Caudle, 
Gordon Nifong, Fred Barber. Ronnie Wachs, Daryl McCuire, Harold Wright, Charles Johnson, 
Tommy Skidmore, Ross Smith. 





OFFICERS 

Maury Beauchot, President; Ed Venable, Vice-President; 
Danny Sewell, Secretary; Bobby Owen, Treasurer. 




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Gamma Eta Chapter of 
Alpha Gamma Delta 




MARY LOU CHAPMAN 
President 



OFFICERS 



PAT RAY 
First Vice-president 





LIZ PETERSON 
Second Vice-President 



KATHY TRAYWICK 
Treasurer 





EUNICE YOUNG 

Recording Secretary 



PEGGY DAVIS 
Corresponding Secret an/ 




Left to right: Lelani Assaf. Betty Bauchn. Linda BriEfis, Betty Rose Crook, Eleanor Davis, Ramona Leonard, Anne McArthur, 
Carole McRacken. Sylvia Nicks, llallie Sumpter. Not pictured: Gayle Lemmnnd. 



Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight 




Alpha Gam 
Chums 



The Grand Strand. 



The Four "Spaces" in 
action. 



The Line-up. 



Are we ready? 



There's nothing like a 
coffee break. 



Have a pillow! 




AHA Pledges 





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First row, left to ripM: Ann Bennett, Dot Chadwick, Judy Davis. Sandra Hays, Audrey Honeycutt. Becky Jarvis. Second 
row: Doris Ann Joyce, Carole Mabc. La Rae Mosely, Helen Mounce, Rebecca Oznient, Sylvia Parker. Third row: Emily 
Paschall, Virginia Patton, Judy Ross, Yvonne Vaughn, Gave Wall, Julie Young. Not pictured: Mary Ann Anderson, 
Deborab Callaway, Beverly Ussery. 



Page One Hundred Twenty-Nine 



Gamma Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta 






EDNA ROSE DUNCAN 
President 



SHARON INGRAM 
Secretary 



MARTHA BULLA 
Editor 



SYLVIA HILL 
Membership Chairman 




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JOYCE DAVIS 

CAROLYN FUSSELL 

JUDY GARNER 

PEGGY HACKNEY 






LUCIA PORCELLI 
Vice-President 



BETTY CRAY DORM AN 
Treasurer 





SHIRLEY MARSHALL 
Assistant Treasurer 




SANDRA PARNELL 
CAROL PURVIS 

LYNNE REYNOLDS 
JACKIE SMITH 



ANNE STARR 



Page One Hundred Tliirtij 



Pledge Class 1958-59 




First rote, left to riuht: Betty Beauchamp, Nan Belk, L.inda Click, Martha Cheves, Marilee Conrad. Marv Lou Craver, Linda 
Uenny. Second row: Kayo Foster. Nancy Gillispic. Ann H.ptinst .ill. Nanry Maekintosh. Laura Jean Malpass. Marv Wray Mitchell, 
Muni Modhn. third row. -Jenny Musurove. Carolyn Seizor. Eva Dell Smith, Glenda Sprinkle. Shelbv Strickland. Not pictured: 
Jeannette Price, Joyce Roberts, Jean Thomas. 



There in the sunlight, beneath the hidden cares of college life, is a white rose. Its petals are as white and 
pure as diamonds and its luster will remain a symbol throughout our lives. To you it is only a rose, to us, as Sisters 
of Kappa Delta, it is our heart. In its beauty our dear white rose seems to be a golden chalice held high where 
all our life's treasures lie. There, as in our hearts, will always remain deeply enfolded honor, beauty, truth, sisterly 
love, and fond memories of happy youth. These are the gifts given to us by our own Kappa Delta. 

There have been smiles and there have been tears, and the future surely holds many more. We, sisters, 
have shared both tears and smiles; together we shall face our tomorrow. There is no fear for our love is as a radi- 
ant shaft of light and no matter what the silken threads of darkness hold, this love will guide us. 

To a Kappa Delta her sister's smile is a priceless gift, for her happiness is our happiness. Her tears are 
shared as loyally and sincerely as her smile. Her honor is our honor and whatever befalls her we shall stand ever 
faithful by her side. 

Our heart is in a rose laden with happiness, and ever striving for that which is honorable, beautiful, and 
highest. My heart is my sister's heart for we are Sisters of Kappa Delta. 



Papc One Hundred Thirty-One 






lamina Zeia Chapter 

Of f %T £ta 



CHAPTER'S OFFICERS 



SYLVIA HOLT 
SYLVIA DEATON 
SHIRLEY YOKLEY 
DORIS TALLEY 
WIN I STUART 
PHYLLIS MINTER 
SHIRLEY YOKLEY 



President 

. Vice-President 

Pledge Director 

Membership Director 

Secretary 

Treasurer 
Panhelknic Delegate 



A SISTER'S THOUGHT OF PHI MU 

A Phi Mu is a girl who has moonglow in her hair, 
Stardust in her eyes, and heaven in her smile. 

Her impish grin is sunshine on a cloudy day. 

Its warmth is a caress which peeps through your 
troubles and quickly dries your tears. 

She is a girl in a pink jacket who looks for all 
the world like a princess— in spite of the 
freckles on her nose. 

She is beauty sitting cross-legged in bermuda 
shorts giving motherly advice. 

She is sister, mother, and friend— all rolled 
into one. 

She is always understanding, and sometimes tender. 

She can be playful, coy, and even mischievous. 

She has the power to lift your hopes with one glance, 
one twinkling of those laughing eyes. 

When she smiles, she brings courage and hope to 
your heart. 

Laughter precedes her, happiness walks with her, 
peace follows her. 

She means everything to me— She is my PHI MU 
SISTER. 



PLEDGE CLASS OFFICERS 



JANE LLOYD 
BARBARA SHUFORD 
PEGGY TALLEY 
LOUISA OTERSEN 
PEGGY HILL 
JULIA HOBSON 
JANE SAFERIGHT 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chaplain 

Social Chairman 

Project Chairman 




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CAROLYN BURGESS 
CAROL CHAPMAN 
LINDA CHASTAIN 
PEGGY CREASEY 
ELEANOR EVANS 
ANN CANDY 
L1BBY GRAHAM 



LINDA HOLTON 

(Not pictured) 
SARAH MONTGOMERY 
JEANNETTE SMALL 
DORIS TALLEY 
MARTHA TURNIPSEED 
JANICE TUTTEROW 
SHELBY WILLIAMS 
SHIRLEY YOKLEY 







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Tint row, left to right: Jane Lloyd. ff^S^S^ ^^^' J^Ba^dt, N ' H orton. Third row: Janice Hudson, Alice 
gSIef^aSicS^e,^ iSSg&FGSi" Slight, Linda San 1U els, Carol Hamburg. 




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HENRY ELLEN 
ATKINSON 

JUDITH 
BARNES 



FRANCES 
DALTON 

BARBARA „„.„„ 

HARRISON GRACE 



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ANN 

JOHNSON X I , V i. ANE 

LLOYD 

THELMA 
MITCHELL 




CLARA 
WOODRUFF 

PATRICIA 
EMILY WYKOFF 

WILSON 



NELDA 
MURRAY 

BONNIE 
PEELE 



,..„.,, MARGARET 

pSwel E l WILS0N 

REBECCA 
ROYER 




To be a Zcta U . 



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To »ce the sparkle of laughtt-r in the eyes of a .sister . . . 
and know you belong. 

To force yourself to .stay awake when you would sleep . 
for fear you might miss part of the 
slumber party. 

To share the secrets of a girl's heart with your sisters . . . 

those neArasI t<> you. 

To tlirill to the thought that one great guy is so proud that 
you're a Zcta. 

And yet, more than these, 

To be a Z< < • is . . . 






To be tnie to yourself 

and to those within and without your 
circle. 

To be steadfast, *trong. and clean of heart and mind. 

To find satisfaction in being rather than seeming. 

To Icaru the nobility of serving, thereby earning the 
right to be served. 

To seek understanding that you might gain true wisdom. 

To ftee beauty Wtth its enriching influence. 

To strive ever to make your life a symphony of liigh ideals. 

Remembering always that the foundation precept of Zeta 
Tau Alpha was Love, "the greatest of all things." 







OFFICERS 

Left to right: Vernon Tate, President; 
Elmer Hall, Vice-President; John 
Gansman, Secretary; Darrell Smith, 
Treasurer; Bill Damon, Sgt. at Arms; 
Mr. Raiford Porter, Faculty Super- 




Ill 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 fol- 
lowing 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. 

1958-1959 will always stand out as being a highly ac- 
tive year for us— the National Convention was held in 
Manhatten, Kansas, in the fall before school opened— 
the party on Blue Rid«e Parkway— Snow King Wienberry moved to Virginia- 
Swing Dance Party at YMCA— Stag rush party followed by date rush dance with 
the Dukes of Dixie— Party at Wcinberry's new home— Charlie gives Lee a Dia- 
mond and she is serenaded— Pledges worked hard— Brothers and pledges build 
a 1500 lb. Sphinx— Carnation Ball was held in Charlotte— Girls were serenaded at 
Christmas— Barber pinned Starr— Gansman held a stag party— We played the 
Wake Forest chapter in basketball— Cerry pinned Anne Rogers at Lenoir Rhyne 
—We ranked first in scholarship— We won second place in national leadership 
contest— Sailor's Ball was held in S. C. 



Delta Zeta of Delta Sigma Phi 




Left to right: Fred Barber. Ronald Black Gerry Currier, Don Drapeau, Jim Drum, Lamar Hicks, Charles Huff, Jerry Koontz, Daryl 
McGuire, Preston Reese, Kirk Rich, Dick Vert, Bob Wienberry, Ben Zambrana, and George Cook, Raymon Driscoll Joe Fulmer 

T-„ Miconlipimer (not DlCtureCl . 



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1958-59 

Delta Sig 

Pledge Class 




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

Pledge training in Delta Sigma Phi includes Engineered Leadership. By helping the chap- 
ter grow, the pledge grows and gains experience that is priceless. He begins to leam the mean- 
ing 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 leams 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 personality, and making a leader of 
himself. He begins to realize the help his fraternity 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 arc the characteristics of a Delta 
Sig. 



Students of Engineered Leadership 




Left to ripht: Joe Fulmer, President; Maurice Cole, Vice-President; Tom Fergurson, Secretary; 
Br, ce Carrabrant, Treasurer; Phil Caghill, Bill Cooke, Ray Dr.scoll Tom Cansman, James 
Kan. Al Onorato, and Bob Malpass, Sherwood Nance, Charles B.ddle, Medford Taylor, 
Bob Veazy (not pictured). 



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The Bond 




of Sphinx 




Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



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OFFICERS 

Larry Reavis, President; Charles 
Dyson, Vice-President; Johnny 
Davenport, Secretary; Buzz 
Routh, Treasurer; Floyd Craven, 
Pledge Trainer; Charles Watson, 
Rush Chairman; Charles John- 
son, Social Chairman; and Bill 
Thompson, Ritualist (not pic- 
tured). 





Dear Readers, 

Iota-Phi would like to share its many memories with you for the past year. Before the opening of sehool, Brothers Charles 
Dyson and C. B. Crook hit the dust in matrimony. Losing pins during the summer were Brothers Doug Squires, Crowell Pope, 
and Bill Thompson. The year was off to a gung-ho start with a trip to the country and our annual steak fry at our prominent 
advisor's farm. Freshman orientation over and haek to the hooks. After much deliberation and discussion, the Clown-Faculty 
Baskethall Game was presented. Great time by all Brothers and Pledges. Another Brother bites the dust and gets married, Frank 
Kimbro. A bouncing baby boy came to the home of Brother Hagg Bowman. Joy! Joy! Joy! The well-coached and drilled football 
team finished in second place, losing one game, in the close competitive Intramural league. Whoops!!! Rush week, twenty-three 
outstanding men pledged. A quick trip to a new and secluded rock at a big college and slick paint job by pledges. Reavis, Barbour, 
Crye and brothers still clinging to pins— good luck, men. Trophy from National Headquarters for National Publication Award. 
Another big Christmas Party with our sister sorority, the Phi Mil's. Christmas goodbyes were celebrated at a stag party at local 
Legion Hut. Studv halls for pledges. Pledge initiation dance comes along pretty quick and is held at local Country Club. We 
gain much recognition on campus: Charles Dyson and Charles Watson in "Who's Who"; Bobby Yates, president of sophomore 
class; Reavis, Routh selected junior marshals; Charles Watson and "Bones" Mann keep Dorm quiet, Charles Johnson and 
Harold Wright, "big men" in Student Legislature; Henry Groom, president freshman class; Charles Dyson, president senior 
class; Harold Wright, "king pin" in MSF. 

Trips, as usual, dominated the summer for us as a Fraternity. Brothers make trip to Greenville, N. C, for East Carolina Col- 
lege to install 55 men as a colony. Men journeyed to Washington and Lee University for Colonial Conclave. Canada was seen by 
trip to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for the National General Assembly. Up comes Mike Flanagan vs. Fuller. Charles Johnson still 
is hobbling around on one leg. Brother Martin empties room on week-end for quiet trip to Mooresville. Reavis plays tennis and 
golf, Short plays basketball and Wright all "intramural." Another year comes to close for Lamba Chi. 

Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine 



Brothers 




Chip Anderson, Lindsey Barbour, Bill Bingham, Hague Bowman, Dale Brown, Louie Crye, Mike Flanagan, Joe Hemingway, Frank Kimbro, Charles 
Mann, Kieth Martin, Rudy Passons, Benny Phillips, Eddie Riddle, Doug Squires, Ray Starrette, Fred VonCannon, Harold Wright, Bobby Yates, and 
Randy Burgess, Tommy Pickard, Crowell Pope (not pictured). 



Pledg 



es 




Bill Adams, Wayne Case. Bob Clark, Jack Davies. Charlie Davis, Tommy Fulk. Jimmy Crant, Henry Groome, Dale Hodge, 
Tommy Hodge, George Holmes, David Howard, Benny Kiger, Johnny Long, John Pycior, Jack Short, Bill Van Auken, and 
Mike Albertson, Stan Clemmer, Jerry Hughes, Jerry Humble (not pictured). 



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Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha 

Chartered 1953 



OFFICERS 




ALBERT TREVARTHEN 
President 

FRED HANDY 
Vice-President 

JACK ZIMMERMAN' 
Secretary 

NORMAN ANDREWS 

Treasurer 



Brothers 




Left to right: Henry Andrews, Doug Barr, Mickey Caudle, Jack Cole, Bill Guy, Tommy Hollingsworth, Roderick Jordan, 
Elwon Mackintosh, Richard Mason, Larry Rogers, Luther Sanders, Dub Speight, Ed Venable, Kemper Weitzel, Ed Meade, 
(not pictured.) 

Didn't we all have a ball in 1958-59. Three years undefeated in softball and the all intramural award. What a blast at the 
beach; party, party and serenade, Ted's yellow bug and the KD house. Meade missed all the fun with an attack of appendicitis. 
Back to school for another bang-up year. Great seeing all the old faces again. "Pork" back with the "Black beast" with a new 
tire yet! Letters all the time from the service boys. Joe's gonna be a daddy. Fred's pinned. Fabulous back to school party at James- 
town and Bill pins Kdna Rose, which is no real surprise. Kemper, Doug, the Rocking Reu and the rest finally got their grades and 
became big time brothers. "Mac" makes it too!! Off we go to the mountains. Corbin and Janice, Bill and Edna Rose get lost?? 
Oh well, home again finds A. B. Andrews a big lover and Kemp still getting his sugar report from Mass. Trev. still believes he 
owns part of Grandfather Mountain. Rush!! Wow, what a time; invitations, parties, Doug flashing the bulbs, and then bids. 
What's that? 30 pledges? Great going, men. Will Fussel make it? Intramurals get going and once again we find ourselves doing 
well. Garnets sing at Miss H. P. C. Contest. Was Finley nervous or not?? Pledges enjoy "Help Week" and visiting other chap- 
ters. Everyone has a ball at Bill's serenade— oh. remember Veneble's wet one? What a time we had at the Gangster Ball, jahoots!! 
Oil, ho, who told "Colonel Cole" that Napoleon was little and loud. 

Was that international party a ball or a party, Gadzooks, what crazy costumes, Luther lost his brother. "Shakenasty" Zimm- 
erman still getting a letter a day. Will Mick ever finish school? I wonder if Rick is thinking about joining the Army. The alumni 
chapter finally gets started. Big Phil is back again. Wished he had joined the Marines. Finley is still around. What would we do 
without the greatest bunch of pledges in the world? Around rolls March and comes time to quit all little parties and get down 
to the big oiie— our Dream Girl Ball. Was lovely wasn't it? We couldn't have picked a sweeter dream girl. I hope to never look 
at a potato chip again. Here comes the intramural tropin again. Well, looks like time to go back to the beach and have a blast. 
It has been fun and a great year for all of the brothers and pledges of Pi Kappa Alpha. Wait 'till next year!! 



OFFICERS 





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BILL KESTER 

President 

JOHN THARPE 
Vice-President 

DICK HOLT 

Secretary 

JACK HARMON 
Treasurer 



Pledges 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon 




T K E 

Founded: 1899 




Tau Kappa Epsilon 



OFFICERS 



Al Bean, Prytanis; Henry Ayers, Epi-Prytanis; Tommy Skidmore, Gramma- 
teus; Maury Beauchot, Crysophyles; Don Levina, Hypothetes; Bill Anderson, 
Pylortes; Gilbert Beeson, Hegomon, and Leon Beusse, Histor (not pictured). 



Delta Kappa Chapter 

Chartered: 1954 

Called, "The Fraternity for Life," The TEKES constantly 
strive to become a bigger asset to the college and community. 
This year, we initiated a graduate chapcr, thus living up to our 
slogan of lifelong brotherhood. We consider ourselves a "Man's 
Fraternity," and are always trying to improve our status as men. 




Left to right: Gilbert Batton, Sain Gilley, George Ivey, Bruce Long, and 
Steve Afcndis. Joe Gibson, Dan Smith, Jim White (not pictured). 



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TEKE 

Pledges 




"They looked beyond mere outward appear- 
ances that they might see the man; and, finding 
one of real quality and sterling worth, they re- 
garded him as fit material to be associated with 



them in a fraternal 
appearances." 



/ay regardless of outward 

THE GOLDEN BOOK 

of 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



OFFICERS 

Keith Dodson, President; Charlie MeCorkle, Vice-President; Tommy Myers, Secre- 
tary; Ray Sheppard, Treasurer; Joe Morris, Sergeant at Arms. 



Pledges 





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Left to right: Ralph Roach, Robert Rhodes. Don Reber, Bill Helms, Joe Guzinski, Zane Daniel, Don Caudle, Jerry Zimmerman, Don \V 
[erry Trotter, Sam Taylor, Allen Calloway, Chalmous Scchrest, Ken Samuels, Larry Safrit; and David Workman, Harold Dickenson, Wayne 
wood, Bobby Moser (not pictured). 

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National President Frank Scott meets Dean Allred. 



Art receives Outstanding TKKE Award. 




Steve and Maury selected Co-Captains. 



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Dele Lee is TEKE Sweatheart. 



Gilbert, Don, and Al are selected to All-Star Football Team. 

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Sigma Phi Epsilon 
N. C. Eta Chapter 




Clockwise: Danny Swell. Vice-President; Bill Moore, Secretary; Don Nesbitt. Comptroller; John Davis, Historian; Mickey Dean, Bob 
Caither Dan Hacknev. Terry Hart. Hckl Kearns. Frank McMillan, Charles Price, Jack Sukrs. Ronnie Wachs. 



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Sigma Phi Epsilon Pledges 




OFFICERS 

Down: Robert Little, President; Fred Sipmon, Vice-President; Buford 
Overstreet, Secretary; Benny Martin, Historian; Gerry Hill. Across: 
Bob McKechnie, Thomas Myers, Chuck Miller. Down: Dick Reuman, 
Pete Sturm, Marion Suitt, Wolfy Un«er, Bill Webb. 



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need saving?.. .What! Ballgame 
over? ... "A Sig Ep Girl" ... We 
win again . . . Things sure hap- 
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Vice-President 



Theta Chi 





GUS DEAL 
Secretary 



TED SPENCER 
President 



ROSS SMITH 

Treasurer 
(Not Pictured) 




RON CHAPMAN 
Pledge Marshal 



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MR. COBLE 




DR. ADKINS 



MR. YARBO ROUGH 



Brothers 




Left to right: Tony Adams, George Boose, Bob Connell, Arnold Lawson, Gordon Nifong, Bobby 
Owens, Bill Parish, Will Rogers, Don Sellers, Charles Williams. 



Pledge Class 




Left to right: Bill Davidson. President: Jim Corley. Vice-President; Jerry Kivett, Secretary; Harold Long, Treasurer; Haywood Edmundson, Sergeant 
At Arms; Charles Carroll. Hoy Chapman, Bill Church, Gary Davis, Wesley Evans, Bill Gladstone, Lewis Gore. Ralph Helsabeck, Lee Hinshaw, Gregg 
Houghton, Jack Jarrett, Buster k'ecver, I .en Lewin, Doug Lloyd, Harold Reeder, Charles Snider, Dale Spinnett, John Tuttle, and Ken Jordan, David 
Martin, Charles Sands (not pictured). 

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Cherished moments of L958-59 include: The 
tall rush season and our stag party with the pro- 
gram In several brothers from Wake Forest. . . 
the drag rush party at Lexington. . .the night of 
pledging and the formal initiation. ..goonie balls 
and all. .the neon sign and those trips to Greens- 
boro to pick it up. . .our football game with the 
Wake Forest chapter. . .It'll be a different story 
next year, boys. . .the Christmas party for the un- 
derprivileged children. ..the Alpha Gams were 
terrific. . ."Smitty" didn't do such a bad job either 
. . . Christmas wouldn't have been Christmas with- 
out that party. . .the night of the formal induction 
when our pledges came into the brotherhood of 
Theta Chi. . "Vive le Theta Chi". . .the 1959 
Dream Girl Ball at the Robert E. Lee and the 
terrific time that everyone had that night... 
Here's to the brothers that "put on the ball and 
chain". . . 

Off the record Epsilon Alpha remembers: 
Mell and Miss North Carolina . . . "The Red OX 
Cafe". . .trying to spot questions on sociology 
tests. . .a certain group's trip to the Rathskeller 
in Winston. . .Tony leaving his car on Main Street 
for the taking. . .Tony finally finding his car in 
Thomasville. . .John hiding in the closet. . .movies 
at the Coon Club. . ."Hey Lee, throw me the 
salt". . .Busbin and his wild students at Trinity 
. . .the corny jokes at the stag rush party. 

The seniors cherish every moment of all 
four years spent at High Point College as broth- 
ers in Theta Chi. The fellowship and the lessons 
learned have been indispensable to college life. 
It is with a sad heart that one graduates and 
leaves Epsilon Alpha. She will be remembered 
and she will not forget any one of her members. 
"A glorious past is ever telling of friendship that 
shall never die. Within us peace and union 
dwelling while honor crowns the Theta Chi." 












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With the advent of the 1958-59 
school year, a new spring sport was 
added to the High Point intercollegi- 
ate athletic agenda. In accordance 
with the rapid development of the 
college's athletic program, Dr. Gilman 
Hertz organized a new cross-country 
track team. 

In its first season of competition, 
although participating in only three 
meets, the cross-country team came 
through in grand style; it won two of 
the three meets. Having only a five 
man squad, this was quite a feat. Pac- 
ing the team were Mickey Dean and 
Dick Vert being ably assisted by Don 
Simmons, Tommy Hanner, and Will- 
ard Formvduval. 



Dick Vert, Don Simmons, Dr. Gilman Hertz, Tommy Hanner, Mickey Dean, Willard Formyduval. 



Cross Country 










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Basketball 



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The Panthers 




COACH VIRGIL YOW 








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March to Victory 



CAPTAIN STEVE AFENDIS 










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WAYNE CHEEK 







JOE GUZINSKI 



DANNY SEWELL 




ZANE DANIEL 





WOLFY UNGER 









STEVE AFENDIS 



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TOMMY SKIDMORE 



KEN WILLIAMS 







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WILLARD FORMYDUVAL 






Spirit 



Characterizes the Varsity Season 



Coach Virgil Yow, in his fifth year as the 
Panther's head basketball coach, brought High Point's 
basketball team through a torid season to place 
fourth in the final conference standings. With West- 
ern Carolina having its best season in several years, 
East Carolina coming fast at the end of the season, 
and always tough Lenoir Rhyne continuing to win, the 
Panther freshman-studded squad had a tough time 
sticking in the upper bracket. 

Last year's hardwood edition was hard hit by 
graduation and Coach Yow had to begin a rebuilding 



compaign this season. Employing a squad with Cap- 
tain Steve Afendis and Ken Williams the only seniors, 
Coach Yow should give Panther basketball hopefuls 
something to look forward to in the coming seasons. 
Next year High Point should be considered a definite 
threat to take the conference title. Danny Sewell, who 
was named the most Valuable Player in District 26 
and who was named to the All-State Squad along with 
other honors, has one more year of eligibility, and it 
should be his greatest yet. 



First nut: Tommy Skidmoro. Willard Formyduval, Jack Short, Zane Daniel, Chalmous Schrest, Manager C. C. 
Freeman. Second row: Captain Steve Afendis, Wolfy Unger, Wayne Cheek, Ken Williams, Danny Sewell, Joe 
Guzinski, Coach Virgil Vow. 







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Tournament 



The High Point Purple Panthers made it to the 
semi-final round of the North State Conference 
Tournament before bowing out to the powerful 
Catamounts of Western Carolina. With Danny 
Sewell and Captain Steve Afendis leading the way, 
the fourth ranked Panthers rolled over a weak Elon 
club in the opening round by a score of 67 to 49. 
Leading by only four at halftime, High Point broke 
the game open in the first 10 minutes of the second 
half and coasted home to victory. 

A large delagation journeyed from High Point 
to Lexington two nights later to see if the Panthers 
could pull an upset over Swede Frauson and Com- 
pany. The Purple and White battled on even 
grounds with the Catamounts for the first 20 min- 
utes and held a slim 32 to 31 halftime lead. With 
Steve Afendis paving the way, the charged-up 
Panther quintet gamely tried to stay with the power- 
ful Catamount club, but faltered in the final five 
minutes of the game and fell to a 76 to 65 defeat. 
Overall-power and superior rebounding proved to 
be the turning point as Western Carolina moved on 
to take the championship against Catawba. 







Jr. Varsity 






This year, under the leader- 
ship of Mr. Chuck Hartman, 
the Junior Varsity completed 
a satisfactory season. Sparked 
by a fine offense and a "never- 
say-die" spirit, the Baby Pan- 
thers showed up well against 
all competition. Paving the 
way for the team throughout 
the season were such boys as 
Don Simmons, Ben Wynd- 
ham, and Jerry Webster. The 
fine ability that all of these 
boys showed this season 
should make of these boys 
good material for future var- 
sity editions of the Purple 
Panthers. 




Baseball 













First row: Head Coach, Dr. Jack Netcher; Assistant Coach, Mr. Chuck 
Hartman; Wolfy Linger; Captain, Charlie McCorkle, Willard Formydu- 
val; Darrell Smith; Bobby Boles. Second row: Gary Thornberg; Zane 
Daniel; Ed Hughes; Don Simmons; Jerry Webster; Jerry Koontz. Third 
row: Joe Guzinski; George Ivey; Tex Flippin; Gil Buck; Corbin Cherry; 
Kirby Joyce; Gerald Brooks; Phil Blair. 



Dr. Jack Netcher, Head Baseball Coach and Athletic 
Director, in his second year at the helm of the Panther 
diamond squad has begun, with the able assistance of 
Chuck Hartman, to build High Point up as a power in 
baseball competition in the North State Conference. This 
year's team was built around Charlie McCorkle and 
Darrell Smith, the only returning lettermen. 

The baseball diamond was given a new face this 
past summer and new dugouts were constructed. Ac- 
cording to Dr. Netcher, High Point's field is now in about 
as good shape as any in the conference. 




Tennis 



Dr. Arthur LeVey, McCulloch Hall dorm counsellor and 
professor of Romance languages, was added this year to the 
athletic department in the capacity of tennis coach. LeVey 
faced a tough job when he entered this tennis season. He 
had to begin on a tremendous job of rebuilding in order to 
put the Panthers in contention for a top spot in the North 
State Conference. Tony Adams and Tommy Loftis were 
the only returnees from last year's racquet squad. Bill 
Huegele, runner-up in singles play in the conference last 
year, was lost through graduation and was the hardest per- 
son to replace. Preston Williams, a new-comer, took over 
the number one position on the team. 



NUMBER ONE MAN 
PRESTON WILLIAMS 




First row: Harold Wright. Tommy Loftis. Tony Adams, Preston Williams. Second row: Ben 
Zambrana, Paul Jones, Jack Zimmerman, Coach, Dr. Arthur LeVey. 




TOP FOUR MEN 

HAROLD WRIGHT 

TONY ADAMS 

TOMMY LOFTIS 

PRESTON WILLIAMS 




Dr. LeVey gives the boys a few pointers. 




Number 3 man, Tommy Loftis. 



Track 




Skidmore shows how it is done. 





First row: Tommy Hanner, Greg Houghton, Mickey Dean, Otis Burroughs, Pete Sturm. 
Second row: Ben Wyndham, Phil Coghill, Ned Surratt, Dan Hackney, Tommy Skidmore, 
Arnold Lawson, jack Short, George Smith. (Not pictured), Dick Vert. 



MILE RELAY TEAM: Mickey Dean, Tommy Han- 
ner, Pete Sturm, George Smith. 



The Panther Thinelads, who placed 
fourth in conference competition last 
year, this season hoasted a much stronger 
team. The only major loss from the team 
last year was Harold "Slick" Sykes, the 
conference record holder in the discus. 
Pacing ths season's cinder squad were 
Mickey Dean, undefeated last year in 
the half-mile; Dick Vert, ace distance 
runner; Tommy Hanner, the 400-yard 
pacer; and Jack Short, the top field 
events man. Supporting these were 
Tommy Skidmore, Danny Sewell, and 
such newcomers as Pete Sturm, Greg 
Houghton, and Marion Suitt. 





DR. GILMAN HERTZ 
Coach 




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Golf 



Golf, in the rebuilding stages this year, 
has had a tough time remaining a contender 
in the conference. It has remained through 
such hardships an integral part of the inter- 
collegiate program at High Point. Although 
it is low at the present, with many fine new 
prospects on hand, it should definitely im- 
prove. The "linkmen" should soon become top 
contenders in conference play. 





Bob Veasey. Sonny Lee, David Stanton, William Rutledge, Joe Morris. (Not 
pictured): Gil Batten, Will Davis. 



Basketball Finale 




Men's 
Intramurals 





The Intramural Football Champions, Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



ALL-STAR FOOTBALL TEAM: First row: Corbin 
Cherry, Tony Adams, Gil Batten, Al Bean. Second 
row: Ken Prosser, Don Workman, Harold Wright. 
(Not pictured): Ross Wingo, Marion Suitt, Mickey 
Dean. 



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This year the intramural program has been a very good one. The 
teams have been fairly evenly matched with no one dominating all of the 
sports. The dog-fight for the All-Sports trophy should go on until the last 
sport has been completed. At the present, Lambda Chi Alpha and Tau 
Kappa Epsilon are battling it out for the top position with only one point 
separating them. 

Undefeated teams have been numerous this year. Tau Kappa Epsilon 
won the football championship with an undefeated team, Lambda Chi 
won the volleyball championship in like manner, and Pi Kappa Alpha 
ran up an undefeated record in basketball. With the Softball season com- 
ing up, along with several minor sports, the battle for top points should 
prove to be interesting. Who can say who will win the All-Sports trophy? 




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Under the able leadership of Miss Nancy Hood, the women's 
intramural program has been greatly improved. This year marked the 
advent of an extensive sports program for women. Next year, if all goes 
according to plans, several new sports will be added to the sports agenda. 
Dominating play thus far in the season have been very strong teams from 
the Phi Mu Sorority and the Independents. Phi Mu finished strong to 
take the basketball championship in a one day tournament. The Inde- 
pendents will probably have the strongest softball team. 



MISS NANCY HOOD 

Women's Intramural Director 



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SANDRA PARNELL 



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From a bevy of lovely girls pretty and talented 
Sandra Parnell, sponsored by Zane Daniel, was 
selected by the student body to reign over homecom- 
ing festivities at High Point College. Shattering all 
previous records of attendance, many alumni attended 
the homecoming activities on February 14. Dur- 
ing alumni registration in the morning campus 
tours were conducted by members of the local chapter 
of the High Point College Alumni Association. Accord- 
ing to custom Dr. and Mrs. Cooke held open house 
during the afternoon. Many alumni and their families 
attended the annual dinner in the Harrison Hall 
Cafeteria, over which Porter Hauser, president of the 
alumni association presided. Though disappointed by 
the loss of the game between High Point and Appa- 
lachian, fans nevertheless enjoyed the half-time ac- 
tivities of the game which included scenes from the 
Tower Players' production, Girl Cra^y, presentation 
of various awards, and the crowning of lovely Sandra 
Parnell, Homecoming Queen. 





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Student organizations were encouraged to con- 
struct on the front campus displays depicting a 
homecoming theme. These attractive displays were 
judged by an alumni committee, and the winner 
and runner-up received awards presented by the 
Student Government Association during the half- 
time activities of the homecoming game between 
Appalachian and High Point. Lambda Chi Alpha 
received the first award, and Zeta Tau Alpha was 
presented the second prize for a merry-go-round 
display. Pictured above is La/nbda Chi Alpha's 
winning display. At the left are Zeta Tau Alphas 
display and another attractive exhibit sponsored by 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

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Mistlike ghosts throng about us in the dawn, our precious re- 
membrances of things past. We prize them, cherish them, count 
them over as misers their gold pieces, and then we put them away 
. . .reluctantly. . .but realizing that they can be restored to us in- 
stantly by a turn of a page or a glance into our hearts. And ever 
as we take them out, our remembrances, to be lovingly re-examined, 
we put them away again; for they are a part of yesterday and the 
dawn of our beginning. Our strength, our hopes, and our energies, 
we direct to the promise of the future, lying shining and lovely in 
the full golden light of the day. 



"The past is but the beginning of a beginning , and all that is and 
has been is but the twilight of the dawn." 

Grace Litchfield 



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Congratulations 

to the 

High Point College Seniors 

and 

Best Wishes for Your Future Success 

and Happiness 



McCRARY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 



ASHEBORO, N. C. 



Makers of Famous McCrary "Seam-Reminder" Stockings 



ESTABLISHED 1904 

ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION 

MANUFACTURER 
HOSIERY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 



Executive Offices 
400 English Street, High Point, N. C. 

New York Office 
2816 Empire State Building 



Chicago Office 
222 West Adams Street 



Pacific Coast Representative 

Sidney Muller 

552 Mission Street, San Francisco 

Plants 
High Point, Kernersville, and Tryon, N. C. 



ENGLISH MOTOR COMPANY 

Washington at Wrenn Street 
High Point, North Carolina 

FORD — Test Drive It — Value Check It 



SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORD'S 

140 N. Main Street 
Nunn-Bush Shoes Custom Tailoring 



MARIETTA PAINT & COLOR CO. 



FINE FURNITURE FINISHES 

PAINTS 

VARNISHES 

ENAMELS 



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EDWARD VANTINE 
STUDIOS, INC. 



'Nationally Known College Photographers' 

HAMILTON, NEW YORK 



Official 1959 Zenith Photographers 



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Compliments of 

PIEDMONT AUTO FINANCE CO. 

306 S. Main Street 



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Compliments of 



SECURITY 



NATIONAL BANK 




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SAMUEL HYMAN 

JEWELER -:- GIFT SHOP 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments 

S. H. KRESS & COMPANY 

5-10-25c STORE 



TERRY'S TEXACO SERVICE 

621 North Main Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 



HIGH POINT HARDWARE 



KOONTS-McGHEE DRUG CO. 

Opposite Post Office 
PHONE 2-3373 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1959 

HIGH POINT ENTERPRISE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Television Soles & Service Inc., 

RCA, DUMONT, ADMIRAL 

Service by Factory Men 
735 N. Main Street Phone 2-4191 



TOBIAS 



Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 

High Point, North Carolina 



PEGRAM-BURTON, Inc. 

129 South Main Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



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them about a stone's cast, and 
knelt down, and prayed. 

St. Luke 22:41 




CHURCH WINDOWS 
Since 1906 



HIGH POINT GLASS & DECORATIVE COMPANY 

A. W. Klemme, President, High Point, N. C. 



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FIVE POINT LAUNDERMAT 

1232 Montlieu Avenue 

At Five Points 

Phone 3054 



GARNER'S ESSO SERVICENTER 



CLYDE A. GARNER 
Phone 2-1164 



Greensboro Rd. 
High Point, N. C. 



Compliments of 

THE BORDEN COMPANY 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of 

FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS 
FOR 100 YEARS 

High Point, North Carolina 



BELL & WOOD 
INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 

755 Main Street 

For Your Every Insurance Need 

Phone 2-4723 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



REDWINE HARDWARE CO. 

208 North Main Phone 3444 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



WILLIAMS FLOWERS & GIFTS 

"Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention" 

4018 South Main Street 
PHONE 5011 




Proud of You... 
Proud to Serve You! 

DURE POWER COMPANY 



DAR-LEE 

FASHIONS FOR LADIES 

825 North Main St. Phone 2-4225 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 

PERSONAL, PENSION, and 

BUSINESS INSURANCE 

R. DELBERT KIRKMAN 
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Associate General Agent 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Phone 6545 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



STEELE'S DINER 

Owned and Operated by 
Former High Point College Students 




"A good Company to be insured in— 
A good Company to work for." 

PILOT LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



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

HIGH POINT- THOMASVILLE 

HIGH POINT THOMASVILLE & DENTON RAILROAD COMPANY 

"Nothing But Service To Sell" 



1335 North Main Phone 3060 

ENGLISH RADIO & TV 
SERVICE 

"We Specialize in Television and 

Radio Repair." 

R. H. FREEMAN 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



HEDGECOCK LUMBER COMPANY 

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

"Where the Home Begins in High Point" 



W. E. LINTHICUM AND SON 

READY MIXED CONCRETE 



High Point 
Asheboro 



Siler City 
Jacksonville 



Save 

By Placing Your 

Insurance of All Kinds 

With Us 

ALLEN B. WELBORN, INC. 

101 W. Green Street 



HARRIS DRUG STORE 

1231 Montlieu Ave. phone 2 " 2611 

FREE DELIVERY 



Compliments of 

INGRAM'S PHARMACY 

Phone 2-3313 




Hall Printing Company 

S. HAMILTON STREET HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Serving HIGH POINT and HIGH POINT COLLEGE with 
QUALITY PRINTING since 1924. 



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Compliments of 

COLTRANE-GRAHAM 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

245 South Hamilton Street 

Phone 9695 

High Point, North Carolina 



COLUMBIA FOOD MARKET 

"THE WORLDS BEST MEATS" 
2112 S. Main Street Phone 7976 





TIRE 
SERVICE 



V 



'ImIcL&l fine itfidqmaUiU 



HS.R0YAL 

TIKES 



THURSTON ST.- Just off N.MAIN ST. 



HUNTER & 
COMPANY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 
INC 

1502 South Main Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

Shaver Oil Company 



SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS 



Compliments of 

ALMA DESK CO. 

ONE OF N. C.'s LEADING INDUSTRIES 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
OF HIGH POINT 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



SLOOP AUTO SERVICE 

804 West Broad 

Telephone 3944 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

WILLIAMS SALES CO., Inc. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Venetian Blinds - Window Shades - Tape - Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE & BLIND 
COMPANY 

Phone 2-1616 1406 N. Main St. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



The Business Manager of the 
1959 ZENITH extends "thanks 
to the supporters of the Miss 
High Point College Contest. 



AMERICAN SERVICE CO. 

236 West Russell Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

ICE - COAL 



Pape Two Hundred 



MARSH 
FURNITURE 
COMPANY 



Manufacturers 
KITCHEN FURNITURE 

Since 1906 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



L. R. STEWART G. A. STEWART 

R. K. STEWART 
& SON 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Reinforced Concrete, Our Specialty 
Builders Since 1914 

COMMERCIAL . . .INDUSTRIAL . . . 
INSTITUTIONAL . . . AND 
RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 

Telephones: 6904 - 9659 
P. O. Box 1936 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Students' Headquarters 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 

BOOKS REFRESHMENTS 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Official College Rings and Jewelry 



Page Two Hundred One 



Compliments of 

PENROD, JURDEN & CLARK 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 

PIEDMONT PETROLEUM & 
FUEL COMPANY 

English Street Extension 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Anderson's West End Drug Store 

1550 English Street 

Phone 9376 

High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 




SILVER KNIT HOSIERY 
MILLS, Inc. 

Manufacturers of Fine Hosiery 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

AUMAN MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 



ELWOOD BARBER SHOP 

Four Barbers 10 Serve You 
Next to Elwood Hotel 



Compliments of 

SAMPLE SHOE STORE 

119 North Main Street 
"Shoes For the Entire Family" 



SWAIM SUPPLY CO., Inc. 

WHOLESALE 

Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 

HIGH POINT - SALISBURY 
ROCKY MOUNT 



C. DeWITT HOLTON 
FURNITURE CO. 

"Quality Furniture and Carpets" 

817 South Main Street 
PHONE 3791 



BRYANT ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 

Electrical Contractors 
Since 1924 



JARRETT'S STATIONERY CO. 

Established 1902 

106 North Wrenn Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



American Supply Company of N. C, Inc. 

EXCLUSIVE FABRICS 

For the Upholsterer and Decorator 

308 W. Broad Street Phone: 4591 

High Point, North Carolina 




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Compliments of 

DEDMON PRODUCE CO. 

FRUITS and PRODUCE 

Phone 4960 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



PERLEY A. THOMAS 
CAR WORKS, Inc. 

Designers and Manufacturers of 
Bus Bodies 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA BARBER SHOP 



MANN'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORES 
HIGH POINT, N. C. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 
GREENSBORO, N. C. REIDSVILLE, N. C. 
THOMASVILLE, N. C.BURLINGTON, N. C 

LEXINGTON, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Highland Motors, Inc. 

Your 

CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 

Dealer 



NASH JEWELRY & LOAN CO. 



"Nash Saves You Cash" 
127 N. Main St. 



WRIGHTS CLOTHING STORE 

126 North Main Street 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Carolina's Leading Clotheir 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Phone 4545 



Compliments of 

W. F. MAULDIN, Inc. 



KIDDIE TOT HOSIERY MILLS 

and 

DAISY MILLS, Inc. 

Manufacturers 
Infant, Children and Misses Hosiery 



INGRAM VENDING SERVICE 

"Complete Vending Service" 

2424 English Street 
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



CAROLINA-FARNSWORTH 

"Serving the Furniture Industry" 
625 Ward Street 



SNIDER PRINTING CO., INC. 



THE SWEET SHOPPE 

113 North Main Street Phone 3745 

High Point, North Carolina 

■■All Your Bakery Needs" 



CAGLE and WALLACE 
CONTRACTORS, Inc. 

2300 Fala Street 1702 Guyer Street 

Phone 8-S304 Phone 6-3222 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Page Two Hundred Three 



Compliments of 



B. & W. UPHOLSTERY, INC. 



Central Ice b Coal 

W. Broad & W. Russell 
High Point, N. C. Phones 9141 - 4507 



HUNTER COAL & OIL CO. 

COAL : FUEL OIL 

HEATING SERVICE 

YORK AIR CONDITIONING 

Phone 2-3366 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 

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

SPORTING GOODS and 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 



ROSE FURNITURE CO. 

COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

Stores in 

HIGH POINT - THOMASVILLE 

ASHEBORO 



Compliments of 

WASHBURN OIL COMPANY 



HERITAGE 

DESIGN -Jfr CRAFTSMANSHIP 



PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. 

GLASS : MIRRORS : PAINTS : BRUSHES 
1 South Hamilton 



Compliments of 



JONES AND PEACOCK, INC. 



FEAST-A-BAR CAFE 

North Main St. Ext. Phone 8-6335 

High Point, North Carolina 



J. W. SECHREST & SON, INC 

Serving This Community Since 1897 

PHONE 2-2555 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Two Oxygen Equipped Ambulances Day and Night 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA CONTAINER CO. 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 

Monite Moth-Proof Dry Cleaning 
210-212 Pine Street Dial 2-3393 



Compliments of 

LEDBETTER'S RESTAURANT 

MR. and MRS. W. W. LEDBETTER 
Owners 



W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO. 

110 South Perry Street 
TELEPHONE 2-1819 

Millers of Flour, Meal and Feed 



J L 



Pane Tiro Hundred Four 



Compliments of 

CASARD FURNITURE 

MANUFACTURING 

CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 
FINE FURNITURE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Women With A Sense 
of Style Prefer 

FIRTH RUGS 
AND CARPETS 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE STAFF 



QUICKER THAN YOU THINK 
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

207 Centennial Avenue 



Compliments of 

SHERATON HOTEL 



High Point Steam Laundry, Inc. 

Phone 2-3325 



SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS 



HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. 

"The Major Appliance and Television Store." 

145 South Wrenn Street 
PHONE 2-4147 



Compliments of 

JAMES O. WELCH CANDY 
COMPANY 

FRESHMEN and SENIORS 

both agree that nothing 

beats Welch's Candy. 



Page Two Hundred Five 



Senior Statistics 



T. R. ALEXANDER, JR. 
B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2; ZENITH 4; Tower Players 3,4. 



ROY B. ALLEN 
B.S. Business 
Brevard Junior College 1; M.S.F. 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; 
Vice-President 4; ZENITH Staff 4. 

CHARLES G. ANDERSON 
A.B. Social Studies 

WILLIAM H. ANDERSON 
A.B. Education, Psychology, Business Administration 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 1; Sgt. at Arms 
4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 3. 

NORMAN LEON ANDREWS 

B.S. Business 

N. C. State College 1; Pi Kappa Alpha 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; 

Intramurals 2,3,4. 

DONALD F. ARMFIELD 

B.S. General Science 
Mars Hill College 1,2. 

STEWART ARNOLD 

B.S. Business 

University of North Carolina 1,2; Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4. 

BARBARA ANN AYERS 
A.B. English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 3,4, Historian 3, Vice-President 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 1; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; The Lamp Staff 2; Stu- 
dent Legislature 2,3; Orientation Committee 4; ZENITH 
Staff 2,3,4, Copy Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Woman's Chorus 
1; Dean's List 1,2,3; Order of the Lighted Lamp 3,4; 
Scholastic Honor Society 3,4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's 
Who 4. 

FREDERICK RAY BARBER, JR. 

A.B. English 

Delta Sigma Phi 2,3,4, Pledgemaster 2,3, Vice-President 

3, Rush Chairman 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4; Fel- 
lowship Teams 1; Student Government 3,4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4; North State Student Government 3,4, Vice- 
President 4; Student Legislature 2; Orientation Com- 
mittee 2,3,4; Hi Po Staff 1,2,3,4, Art Editor 2,3, Feature 
Editor 3, Managing Editor 4; ZENITH Staff 2,3, Art Edi- 
tor 2; Choir 1,2,3; Tower Players 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2; 
Intramurals 1,2.3.4; Junior Marshal 3; Ten Top Seniors 
4; Who's Who 4; College Photographer 3; College News 
Bureau 3. 



M. LINDSAY BABBOUR 

A.B. Sociology 

University of North Carolina 1,2; Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4; 

Hi Po Staff 3,4; Sports Editor 4; ZENITH Staff, Sports 

Editor 4; Choir 4; Men's Ensemble 4. 

DAVID A. BEAN 
B.S. Business Administration 



MAURY F. BEAUCHOT 
B.S. Business Administration 

Varsity Basketball 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

CECIL C. BELL 

A.B. Sociology 
Greensboro College 1,2. 

JACK BENFIELD 

A.B. Religion 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 1; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; 
Student Legislature 2,3,4, Reading Clerk 3; Orientation 
Committee 4; Hi Po Staff 4; Choir 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; 
Tennis 1; Class Treasurer 1; Dean's List 1; Junior Mar- 
shal 3. 

WILLIAM GRADY BENFIELD 

A.B. Religion 

Kappa Chi 3,4, Newspaper Editor 4. 

ELIZABETH ANN BENNETT 

A.B. English 

Union College 1,2; Alpha Gamma Delta 3,4; Alpha Delta 

Theta 3; Fellowship Team 3; M.S.F. 3; Tower Players 3. 

KEMP BENNET, JR. 

B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 3; Junior Varsity 1,2; Intramurals 3,4. 

FRANK E. BERRY 
A.B. English 

RAYMOND C. BINGHAM 

B.S. Physical Education 
Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4; Veterans Club 1; Hi Po Staff 
2, Sports Writer 2; Junior Varsity 1; Physical Education 
Majors Club 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Baseball 4; Dean's 
List 1. 



JIMMY RONALD BLACK 
A.B. Social Studies 
Delta Sigma Phi 3,4; Activities Chairman 3; F.T.A. 4; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

DONALD R. BOWERS 
A.B. English 
Dean's List 3. 

ARTHUR MONROE BOWLES 
B.S. Business Administration 

BETSEY JAYNE BRYANT 

A.B. Mathematics 
Stetson Universitv 1; Pfeiffer 2; Zeta Tau Alpha 3,4; 
Band 3,4. 

LINDA BRIGGS 

A.B. Social Studies 

Alpha Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4, Editor 3, House President 3, 

Social Chairman 3; Alpha Delta Theta 1; F.B.L.A. 1; 

May Court 3; Class Secretary 3. 

CARL H. BROWN 

B.S. Business Administration 



Page Two Hundred Six 



Senior Statistics 



MARTHA JANE BUFFALOE 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Lambda Alpha Phi 2; Zeta Tail Alpha 2,3,4, Activities 
Chairman 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; Fellowship 
Teams 3; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Student Government, Executive 
Committee 4; Orientation Committee 3,4; Woman's 
Dorm Council 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Intramurals 
3; Who's Who 4. 

CAROLYN KOONTZ BURGESS 
A.B. Primary Education 

Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Registrar 4; Student Legislature 2; 
Orientation Committee 2; F.T.A. 4; Hi Po Staff 2; Busi- 
ness Staff 2; Class Secretary 1. 

ONNIE MELL BUSBIN, JR. 

A.B. English 
Theta Chi 2,3.4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Secretary 3, 
Vice-President 4, Orientation Committee 4; Hi Po Staff 
3,4, Fraternity Editor 3,4, Feature Editor 3,4; ZENITH 
Staff, Business Manager 4; Student Congress Senator 3. 

CHARLES C. CAISON 

B.S. Business 

Veterans Club 3. 

ALLEN G. CALLOWAY 
B.S. Business Administration 

CAROLYN J. CALLOWAY 
A.B. English 

East Carolina College 1; Judiciary Council 1; Day Stu- 
dent Council 1. 

JAMES R. CALLOWAY 
A.B. English 
Brevard Junior College 1,2; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 4, President 4; Kappa Chi 3,4; Fellowship Teams 
3,4; M.S.F. 3,4, Treasurer 4; Orientation Committee 4; 
Hi Po Staff 4; Tower Players 3,4; Who's Who 4. 

MARY LOU CHAPMAN 
A.B. Religious Education 

W.C.U.N.C. 1,2; Alpha Gamma Delta 3,4, President 4; 
Student Christian Association 4, Vice-President 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 3,4; M.S.F. 3,4; Student Christian Council 
Representative 4; ZENITH Staff 3. 

PAUL M. CASSELL. JB. 
B.S. Business Administration 

Brevard Junior College 1. 

MICKEY CAUDLE, JR. 

A.B. Sociology 
Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3,4. 

EDNA WHITE CHAPMAN 
A.B. English 
Spartanburg Junior College 1,2; Zeta Tan Alpha 3,4, 
Music Chairman 4; Alpha Delta Theta 3; M.S.F. 3; 
Hi Po Staff 4; Choir 3,4; Band 3,4, Vice-President 4; 
Woman's Chorus 3; Tower Players 3,4, 



RONALD CHAPMAN 
B.S. Business Administration 
Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, Pledge Master 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; 
Class Vice-President 4. 

DUDLEY B. CLINARD 
A.B. Social Studies 

JANE W. COATES 
A.B. Mathematics 
Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; Student Government Repre- 
sentative 3; Fellowship Teams 1,2,3,4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; 
Student Legislature 3; F.T.A. 4; Woman's Chorus ' 1,2,3' 

BOBBY D. CONNELL 

B.S. Business Administration 

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

GEORGE COOK 
B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi 3,4; Class Vice-President 1. 

GARY CORNELL 
A.B. Religion and Philosophy 
Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4, Spiritual Life Chairman 2; Fellowship 
Teams 1,2,3,4; Student Christian Association Represent- 
ative 4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4, Publication Chairman 2, Project 
Chairman 4; Canterbury Club 3,4, President 4; Student 
Legislature 4; Orientation Committee 2,3,4; International 
Relations Club 2; Tower Plavers 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; Junior Marshal 3. 

EDWIN B. COYL, JR. 

B.S. Business 

Pi Kappa Alpha 3,4; Intramurals 3,4. 

WALTER CARSON COX 
B.S. Business Administration 
Guilford College 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 2,3,4; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council 1. 

FLOYD T. CRAVEN 

B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Pledge Master 

3,4; F.B.L.A. 1,2; Veterans Club 4; Junior Varsity 1; 

Intramurals 1,2. 

BETTY ROSE CROOK 

A.B. Social Studies 

Alpha Gamma Delta 2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 1. 

LOUIE S. CRYE 

B.S. Business 

University of North Carolina 1.2; Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4. 

JACK DARR 

B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 3,4. 



JOHN LOUIS DAVENPORT 
B.S. Business Administration 



Lambdi 
1,3; Orien 
1.2,3,4. 



a Chi Alpha 3,4. Secretary 4; Student Legislature 
ientation 1 Committee 2; F.B.L.A. 3; Intramurals 



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Senior Statistics 



CHARLES D. DAVIS 
B.S. Business Administration 

HARRY S. DAVIS, JR. 
B.S. Business Administration 

JOYCE A. DAVIS 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Louisburg Junior College 1,2; Kappa Delta 3,4. 

RICHARD K. DAVIS 

B.S. Business Administration 
Lees McRae Junior College 1,2. 

PINCKNEY GUSTAVE DEAL III 
A.B. Sociology 
Brevard Junior College 1,2; Theta Chi 3,4, Secretary 4; 
ZENITH Staff. Fraternity Editor 4. 

CAROLE DEATON 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Mars Hill College 1,2; Meredith College 3. 

ADRIAN DELK 

B.S. Business Administration 

ISAAC L. DENNY 
B.S. Business Administration 

MARTHA DICKENS 

A.B. Elementary Education 
Warren Wilson College 1,2. 

AUDREY LEE DICKSON 
A.B. English 
Brevard Junior College 1,2; Alpha Delta Theta 3,4; 
M.S.F. 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4. 



JOHN FRANK EDWARDS 
A.B. Religion 

Brevard Junior College 1; Kappa Chi 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; 
Band 2,3,4; Symphony Orchestra 2,3,4. 

FRAZIER McLEAN EDWARDS III 
A.B. Religion 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4, Editor 2; Fellowship Teams 1,2,3,4; 
M.S.F. 1,2,3,4. 

ROBERT LOUIS ELLIOTT 
B.S. Business 

Band 1,2; Tower Players 1,2,3,4. 

ELEANOR A. EVANS 

B.S. Business 

Wesley College 1,2; Phi Mu 3,4. 

GRAY EVERHART 

B.S. Physical Education 
Veterans Club 1; Physical Education Majors Club 4; 
Intramurals 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 

CLARENCE C. FREEMAN, JR. 

B.S. Physical Education 
Choir 1,2,3; Varsity Basketball Manager-Trainer 4; 
Physical Education Majors Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4; Baseball Manager 4; Track Trainer 3. 

JOHN GANSMAN 

B.S. General Science 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4. 

DONALD F. GEORGE 

A.B. Religion 

Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4. 



JONNYE SUE DRAUGHN 
B.S. Home Economics 
Epsilon Sigma Omicron 3,4; Alpha Delta Theta 4; 
M.S.F. 1; F.T.A. 4. 



RAYMOND L. DRISCOLL, JR. 

A.B. Mathematics 

University of North Carolina 1,2,3. 



ERNEST CHARLES DYSON 
B.S. Business Administration, History 

Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4; Student Christian Association 2,3,4 
Westminster Fellowship 2,3,4, President 2. Vice-Presi 
dent 3; Student Christian Association Representative 4 
Student Legislature 1.2; Orientation Committee :s,3,4 
F.B.L.A. 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-President 2 
Class President 3; Class President 4; Dean's List 2 
Order of the Lighted Lamp 3,4; Ten Top Seniors 4 
Who's Who 4; State Student Legislature Representative 
2,3; North State Student Government Association 3. 



DAVID MORRIS GORDON 

A.B. Psychology 

BILLY GROOM E 
A.B. Social Studies 

WARREN E. HAMILTON 

A.B. English, Religion 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 1,2,3; Planning 
Committee 2; M.S.F. 1,2; Choir 2,3,4; Men's Ensemble 
2; Intramurals 1,2. 

ELMER HALL 

A.B. Religion and Philosophy 
Delta Sigma Phi 3,4, Vice-President 4; Student Christian 
Association 3; Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 1, 
2,3; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; The Lamp Staff 2, Editor 2; Hi Po 
3,4, Editor 4; Choir 1; Dean's List 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 
3; Order of the Lighted Lamp 3,4; Scholastic Honor 
Society 3,4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 4; President 
of State Methodist Student Movement 4. 



BETTY BRINKLEY EARLY 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Canterbury Club 2.3: F.T.A. 3. 



WILLIAM R. HARDESTY 

A.B. English 

University of North Carolina 2,3. 



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Senior Statistics 



PAULINE L. HARRINGTON 
A.B. Elementary Education 



FRANKLIN D. HAZZARD 
B.S. Business 



GEORGE W. IVEY, JR. 
B.S. Physical Education 



N C. State 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4; Physical Edu 
TS. Mil) ° rS C,Ub 3 ' 4; Intramura1 ^ 1A3I BasS. 



EDWARD L. HEDDEN 
B.S. Business 

M.S.F. 1,2,3,4. 



PATRICIA GAIL HESTER 
B.S. Health and Physical Education 
F.T.A. 1; Woman's Athletic Association 1,2, President 2; 
Varsity Basketball 1: Physical Education Majors Club 
1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, Historian and Reporter 3; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3,4. 



SHARON FRANCINE INGRAM 

B.S. Business Administration 

Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4, Activity Chairman 1,2,3, Secretary 

4; Alpha Delta Theta 1,4; M.S.F. 124 FBLA 2 

F.T.A. 2,4; Tower Players 1,4. ' ' ' ' 



SARA JACKSON 
A.B. English 
Kappa Delta 1,2; Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Tower Players 2,3,4. 



KENNETH LAMAR HICKS 
A.B. Sociology 
Lambuth College 1,2; Delta Sigma Phi 3,4, Scholarship 
Chairman 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3,4; Program Chairman 
3,4; M.S.F. 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Intramurals 3,4. 



SYLVIA EVANS HILL 
B.S. Business Administration 
Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2, 
Membership Chairman 4; B.S.U. 1,2,3,4; Student Legis- 
lature 2; Orientation Committee 2,3,4; Woman's Dorm 
Council 1,2,3,4: Freshman Representative 1,2, Vice- 
President 2, President 3; F.T.A. 2; ZENITH Staff 3; 
Woman's Athletic Association 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ten 
Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 4. 



SUE JACKSON 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Brevard Junior College 1,2; Alpha Delta Theta 3,4; 
Fellowship Teams 3,4; M.S.F. 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Hi Po Staff 
3; ZENITH Staff 3,4, Associate Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; 
Who's Who 4. 



KELLEY RAY JONES 
A.B. History 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1; Kappa Chi 2,3,4, 
Social Chairman 3; Student Government Association 
Representative 4; Fellowship Teams 2; M.S.F. 2,3,4; 
Student Government 4; Choir 3,4; Men's Ensemble 3; 
Intramurals 2,3,4. 



DONALD L. HILTON 
B.S. Business 



KIRBY LEE JOYCE 
B.S. Physical Education 



WILLIE LIEU HODGES 

A.B. Beligious Education 
Student Christian Association 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1, 
2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 1,2,3,4; Planning Committee 
3,4; M.S.F. 1.2,3,4, Projects Chairman 2; International 
Relations Club 1.2,3,4, Secretary 3. 



ARNOLD THOMAS LAWSON 
B.S. General Science 
Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 4; Fellowship Teams 2,3; 
B.S.U. 2,3,4; ZENITH Staff 1,2,3; Choir 2,3,4; Men's En- 
semble 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3. 



MARY ANN HODGIN 
A.B. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. 2,3; Hi Po Staff 2. 

SYLVIA GREY HOLT 
A.B. Sociology 
Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3, President 4; Panhellcnic 
4; Student Legislature 2; Orientation Committee 2,3,4; 
F.T.A. 4; Miss H. P. C. Finalist 3; May Court 2; Class 
Secretary 4; Dean's List 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; Order 
of the Lighted Lamp 3,4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 
4; Woman's Dorm Council 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3,4. 



LAWANA HUNTER 
A.B. Elementary Education 

East Carolina College 1,2. 



RAMONA LEE LEONARD 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4 .Activities Chairman 3, 

Social Chairman 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1; F.T.A. 3,4; 

Woman's Chorus 1. 



MAX GORDON LOFLIN 
BS. Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3,4; Day Student Council President 
3; Hi Po Staff 2. 



CHARLES LOFTIN 

A.B. Social Studies. English 

Gardner Webb College 1,2; Catawba 3; Hi Po Staff 4. 



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THOMAS EDGAR LOFTIS 
A.B. History 
Student Christian Association 4; Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4 
Fellowship Teams 1,2,3,4, Planning Committee 3,4 
M.S.F. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Choir 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4 
Tennis 3,4. 

DON LEVINA 
B.S. Business 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4. 

BOBBY F. LAWSON 

B.S. Business Administration 
Veterans Club 1,2,3,4, President 4. 

BERTHA CAROLYN LOWDER 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 1,2; Fellowship Teams 2; M.S.F. 
1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3, Secretary 3. 

DEEDIE MARLOWE 

A.B. Elementary Education 

Student Christian Association 4; Alpha Delta Theta 

1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 3,4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Student 

Legislature 4; F.T.A. 4. 

JANE MARTIN 
B.S. Home Economics 
Epsilon Sigma Omicron 1,2,3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 
2,3, President 4; Alpha Delta Theta 1; Orientation 
Committee 2,3,4; Woman's Dorm Council 2,3,4, Treas- 
urer 2, Head Proctor 3, Vice-President 4; Intramurals 
1,2; Miss H. P. C. Finalist 1,2; May Queen 4; Class 
Secretary 2; Junior Marshal 3; Who's Who 4. 

MARTHA BETH McCULLOCH 

A.B. Elementary Education 
W.C.U.N.C. 1,2. 

DONALD HARDING McGEE 
B.S. Chemistry 

CAROLE IMWOLD McRACKEN 

A.B. Mathematics, Education 

Marion College 1,2; Alpha Gamma Delta 3,4, Editor 4; 

F.T.A. 3,4; Hi Po Staff, Woman's Sports Editor 4; 

Woman's Chorus 3; Intramurals 3,4. 

BETTY LEE MEACHAM 

A.B. English, History and Political Science 

Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 4; B.S.U. 

3; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; ZENITH Staff, Senior Editor 

4; Woman's Chorus 1,2; Tower Players 1,2,3. 



JOHN WILTON MELVIN 
B.S. Business Administration 



JOE MISENHEIMER 

B.S. Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Intramurals 1. 



DAVID STEVE MITCHELL 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Brevard College 1,2; Greensboro College 3. 

PATSY LEE MOORE 
A.B. English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 3,4, Historian 4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4, Devo- 
tions Chairman 3; Hi Po Staff 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Woman's 
Chorus 1; Dean's List 1,2,3. 

AARON WARD MOSS 
A.B. Religion 
Student Christian Association 2,3,4; Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4, 
President 4; Fellowship Teams 1,2; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Legislature 2, Judiciary Council 3,4, Chief Justice 
4; Orientation Committee 4; Tower Players 3,4; Dean's 
List 1,3; Junior Marshal 3; Order of the Lighted Lamp 
3,4; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 4. 

SARAH LUTRITIA MURPHY 

A.B. Elementary Education 

ROBERT LEE NELSON 
B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Veterans Club 2,3,4, President 3. 

SHELBY JEAN NELSON 
B.S. Music Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Choir 3,4; Band 2,3,4, 
Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Woman's Chorus 2,3. 

JOSEPH CONWAY NEWSOME 

A.B. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. President 4. 



GORDON D. NIFONG 
B.S. Chemistry 
Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2,3,4; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil 2; Student Legislature 2,3; Dean's List 1,2,3; Junior 
Marshal 3; Student Congress 3. 

BILLIE PAISLEY 
A.B. Religious Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 4; B.S.U. 
3; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; Orientation Committee 3; Hi Po Staff 
4; ZENITH Staff 4; Tower Players 3; Junior Marshal 3; 
Epsilon Sigma Omicron 4. 

BETSY PAYNE 

B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 3,4. 

BETTY PAYNE 

B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 3,4. 

JAMES WILLIAM PARKER 
B.S. General Science 



LUTHER M. PENDRY 

B.S. Business Administration 



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JOHN BENNETT PHILLIPS 

B.S. Business Administration 
Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Pledge Trainer 2,3; Student 
Legislature 1,2,3, State Student Legislature 1, Judiciary 
Council 1; Orientation Committee 1,2; F.B.L.A. 1,2 3 4- 
Hi Po Staff 1,2. 

MARGARET WICKER PLUMMER 

A.B. Elementary Education 

F.T.A. 3,4. 

LUCIA MARIE PORCELLI 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Louisburg Junior College 1,2; Kappa Delta 3,4, Treas- 
urer 3; Social Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; ZENITH 
Staff, Sorority Editor 4; Intramurals 3,4. 

MARGARET ANNETTE PRICE 
A.B. Primary Education 

Greensboro College 1,2. 

BARBARA CAROL PURVIS 
A.B. Elementary Education 

Student Government 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Kappa Delta. 

SION LEO RECORD, JR. 

B.S. General Science 

Southern Pilgrim College 1,2; Dean's List 3. 

LARRY REAVIS 
B.S. Business Administration 
Wake Forest College 1; Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; M.S.F. 3,4; Orientation Committee 4; F.B.L.A. 
4; Veterans Club 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Tennis 4; Golf 4. 



JAMES HOWARD SASSER 
A.B. Social Studies 
Oak Ridge Military Institute 1,2; F.T.A. 4; Intramurals 
3,4; Baseball 4. 

EUGENE THOMAS SATTERFIELD, JR. 
B.S. Physical Education 
Louisburg Junior College 1,2; Veterans Club 3; Physical 
Education Majors Club 3,4; Baseball 4. 

LUTHER SANDERS 
A.B. Social Studies 
Louisburg Junior College 1,2; Pi Kappa Alpha 3,4; In- 
tramurals 3,4. 

CHARLES I. SCHRAM 
B.S. Business Administration 

RAY L. STAFFORD 

B.S. Business Administration 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4. 

IRMA JANE SCRUGGS 
A.B. Elementary Education 
Lambda Alpha Phi 1,2, Treasurer 2; Zeta Tau Alpha 3,4, 
Treasurer 3, Ritual Chairman 4; Student Christian As- 
sociation, Secretary 3; Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,4; Fellow- 
ship Teams 3; M.S.F. 1,2; The Lamp Staff 2; F.T.A. 3,4; 
Student Legislature Representative 4; ZENITH Staff 4; 
Intramurals 1,3,4; Dean's List 1; Junior Marshal 3; Who's 
Who 4. 

BEN SHORE 

B.S. Business Administration 

F.B.L.A. 3,4. 



KENT RAY RICHARDSON 
A.B. Social Studies 



JOHN ADAMS SHIRKEY 
B.S. Religion and Philosophy 



RONDA LEE ROBBINS 

A.B. English 

Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; Fellowship Teams 3,4; M.S.F. 
1,2,3,4; Student Legislature 3; Orientation Committee 4; 
Woman's Dorm Council, Hall Proctor 1,3; F.T.A. 4; 
Choir 1,2,3,4, Historian 4; Tower Players 3. 



JOHN KIRK ROBERTS, JR. 

B.S. General Science 



WAYNE ROBERTSON 
B.S. Business Administration 

Veterans Club 1. 

WILLIAM R. ROGERS 

A.B. Sociology 
Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, Athletic Chairman 3,4; Student Legis- 
lature 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

WILLIAM F. RUTLEDGE 

B.S. Business Administration 
Veterans Club 1,3,4; Golf 1,4. 



CHARLES W. SISK 
B.S. Business Administration 

JOSEPH SICELOFF 
B.S. Business Administration 
F.B.L.A. 1,2,3,4, President 2,4; Veterans Club 2; Stu- 
dent Congress Delegate 3. 

EMMA RHUE SMITH 

A.B. Primary Education 
Alpha Delta Theta 1,2,3,4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4; ZENITH Staff 
2,3; Band 1,2; Woman's Chorus 2. 

CLEGG "DUB" SPEIGHT 

B.S. Mathematics 
Pi Kappa Alpha 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Historian 4; Intra- 
murals 3,4. 

TED L. SPENCER 

B.S. Business Administration 
Theta Chi 2,3,4, President 4; Class Treasurer 4; Student 
Legislature 3. 



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HASSEL G. STRADER 
B.S. Business Administration 

DOUGLAS R. SQUIRES 
B.S. Physical Education 
Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4; Physical Education Majors Club 
3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Baseball 4. 

SUSAN STEWART 

B.S. Business Education 

Bob Jones University 1,2,3; Fellowship Teams 4. 

EUPHON L. SUMNER 

A.B. Social Studies 

Carson-Newman College 1,2,3. 

HAROLD ALLEN SURRAT, JR. 
B.S. Business Administration 

PAUL LARRY SWIGGETT 

A.B. Mathematics 

Junior Varsity 1,2,3,4. 

JAMES H. TALBERT 

B.S. Business Administration 
F.B.L.A. 1,2,3,4; Veterans Club 1,2,3,4. 

JAMES VERNON TATE 

B.S. General Science 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4, President 4; Student Christian 

Association 1,2,3,4; Student Government 3, Judiciary 

Council 4; Orientation 4; Who's Who 4. 

FRANCIS STUART TAYLOR ITT 
A.B. Religion and Philosophy 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Fellowship Teams 1,2; 
M.S.F. 1,2,3; Student Government 1; Choir 1,2,3; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3; Dean's List 1. 

MARTHA LOUISE TURNIPSEED 
A.B. Religious Education 
Mitchell Junior College 1,2; Phi Mu 3,4, Ritualistic 
Chairman 4; Student Christian Association 4; Alpha 
Delta Theta 3,4; M.S.F. 3,4; Orientation Committee 4; 
Woman's Dorm Council, Head Hall Proctor 4; ZENITH 
Staff 3; Choir 3,4, Secretary 4; Tower Players 3,4; In- 
tramurals 3,4. 

ALBERT RUSSELL TREVARTHEN 

B.S. Science 

Pi Kappa Alpha 1,2,3,4, President 4, Inter- Fraternity 

Council 3; Orientation Committee 4; ZENITH Staff 2,3; 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Who's Who 4. 

CLARA JANICE TUTTEROW 

A.B. Religious Education 

Mitchell Junior College 1,2; Phi Mu 3,4, Chaplain 4 ; 

Alpha Delta Theta 3,4; M.S.F. 3,4; Student Legislature 

4; ZENITH Staff 3; Intramurals 3,4. 

MALCOLM L. THOMAS 

B.S. Business Administration 

U.N.C. 1,2,3. 



CHARLES SIDNEY VAUGHN 
A.B. Religious Education 
Duke University 1,2; Kappa Chi 3,4; M.S.F. 3,4, Orienta- 
tion Committee 4; Choir 3,4, President 4. 

FRED LEWIS VONCANNON 

B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

MARY JANE WATERS 
B.S. Home Economics 
University of Delaware 1; Choir 2,3; Woman's Chorus 
2; Epsilon Sigma Omicron 3,4. 



CHARLES LEE WATSON 
B.S. Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Alumni Secretary 2, Rush 
Chairman 4; Orientation Committee 2,3,4; McCulloch 
Hall Council 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Junior 
Varsity 1; Physical Education Majors Club 1,2,3,4; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Class President 2; Who's Who 4; Ten 
Top Seniors 4. 

DWIGHT EDWARD WHITLOCK, JR. 
A.B. English 
Kappa Chi 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Fellowship Teams 3,4; 
Student Government 3. 



BOB WIENBERRY 

A.B. Social Studies 
N.D.M. 1; Delta Sigma Phi 2,3,4, Social Chairman 2,3. 



CHARLES A. WILLIAMS 
A.B. Sociology 
Theta Chi 1,2,3,4; I.F.C. Representative; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; B.S.U. 

ROSS WINGO 

A.B. Sociology 

Brevard College 1,2; Choir 3,4; Intramurals 3,4. 



SHIRLEY ANN YOKLEY 
A.B. English 
Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, President 3, Pledge 
Director 4; Panhellenic President 4; B.S.U. 3,4, Program 
Director 4; Orientation Committee 4; F.T.A. 4; Hi Po 
Staff 3,4, Sorority Editor 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Head 
Cheerleader 3,4; Miss H. P. C. Finalist 2,3; May Court 
1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 4; 
Homecoming Queen 2. 

BENJAMIN F. ZAMBRANA 
B.S. Chemistry 
Delta Sigma Phi 3,4, Chaplain 4; Kappa Chi 3,4; Fellow- 
ship Teams 2,4; M.S.F. 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 2; 
Student Legislature 4; Orientation Committee 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3; Tennis 
1,2; Dean's List 1,2; Junior Marshal 3; Order of the 
Lighted Lamp 3; Ten Top Seniors 4; Who's Who 4. 



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Directory 

FACULTY AND STAFF 



Miss Louise Adams, 516 North Wrenn Street 

Dr. C. J. Adkins, 305 Montlieu Avenue 

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

Miss Katherine Anderson, Woman's Hall 

Dr. Hal L. Ballew, 800 Lindsey Street 

Dr. Helen R. Bartlett, 900 Sixth Street 

Dr. Rossiter R. Bellinger, 2601 E. Lexington Ave. 

Dr. Alexander V. Berkis, 821 Circle Drive 

Dr. Joseph L. Bernd, 329 Woodrow Avenue 

Mrs. Alda T. Berry, 1022 Sherrod Avenue 

Dr. Walter Blackstock, 112 Manor Drive 

Miss Clarice Bowman, Ecker Apartments 

Mr. Stan C. Broadway, 2728-A English Street 

Dr. Robert R. Bryden, 807 E. Lexington Avenue 

Mr. Harold F. Burhans, 709-B Chandler Street 

Mrs. Allene Cannon, 2406 E. Lexington Avenue 

Miss Marcella Carter, 1009 N. Hamilton Street 

Mr. H. E. Coble, Sr., 830 Circle Drive 

Mr. H. E. Coble, Jr., 830 Circle Drive 

Mrs. Dorothy Collins, 406 North Drive 

Dr. Marcus W. Collins, 500 Lindsey Street 

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

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

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

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

Miss Jane DeSpain, 500 Player Drive 

Mr. Thomas E. Dodamead, 416 Gatewood Avenue 

Dr. W. D. Durland, Hillcrest Manor Apartments 

Dr. John D. Ebbs, 505 Richardson Street 

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

Miss Ernestine Fields, 1211 Delk Drive 

Dr. Mary Eve Finestone. 202 Overlook. Greensboro 

Mr. Joe L. Fryhover, 302-A Allred Street 

Mrs. Frances Gaynor, 2405 E. Lexington Avenue 

Mr. Wesley Gaynor, 2405 E. Lexington Avenue 

Dr. Carl Hankins, 609 Montlieu Avenue 

Mrs. Vera Hankins, 609 Montlieu Avenue 

Mr. Charles F. Hartman, McCulIoch Hall 

Dr. Leopold M. Hays, Box 1085, High Point 

Dr. Gilman W. Hertz, 602 Cordon Street 



Street 



Dr. Ben H. Hill, 1202 Cedrow Avenue 

Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, 902 Rotary Drive 

Miss Nancye E. Hood, 408 Parkway 

Mr, G. Leon Howell, 901 N. Hamilton 

Dr. Walter E. Hudgins, 538 Parkway 

Mrs. Frances W. Koontz, 820 E. College Drive 

Dr. Lois Kropa, 1809 Madison, Greensboro 

Dr. Arthur E. Le Vey, 305 Montlieu Avenue 

Dr. Lew J. Lewis, Rt. 2, High Point 

Dr. R. A. Lineberry, 1004 Johnson Avenue 

Mrs. Lois Livingston, 901 W. College Drive 

Dr. William R. Locke, 911 N. Hamilton Street 

Dr. Lincoln Lorenz, 3509 Parkwood, Greensboro 

Mrs. Lillian Mays, Gantt Apartments, 18-C 

Dr. Wm. W. Mountcastle, 605 Radford Street 

Dr. Frances Muldrow, Wm. & Mary Aprs., 34-B 

Mr. James L. Nelson, Kemersville 

Dr. Jack R. Netcher, 1206 Bridges Street 

Mrs. Mozelle Parker, 2009 W. Rotary Drive 

Mrs. Ina M. Patrick, 806 Carrick Street 

Mrs. Betty S. Perry, Woman's Hall 

Dr. Herbert H. Peterson, 828 Circle Drive 

Mr. Raiford M. Porter, 302-A Allred Street 

Mrs. Jessie N. Pratt, 901 W. College Drive 

Mrs. Kathryn G. Ring, 2610 Woodruff Street 

Miss Betty L. Shirley, North Hall 

Mrs. Mona Saunders, 1202 Delk Drive 

Dr. Jerome C. Smith, Emerywood Ct. Apts., J-3-A 

Mrs. Mary C. Spurrier, Wm, & Mary Apts., 93-E 

Mr. Bill C. Tadlock, 821 Circle Drive 

Mr. Arthur B. Williams, 810 Montlieu Avenue 

Mrs. Louise Williams. 810 Montlieu Avenue 

Mr. Arthur S. Withers, 1105 Cedrow Avenue 

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

Miss Ruth Worthington, 607 Kimrey Street 

Mr. L. G. Wright, Wm. & Mary Apts., 31-B 

Mrs. Peggv Wright, Wm. & Mary Apts., 31-B 

Mr. N. P. Yarborough, 1431 Wilshire Blvd. 

Mr. Virgil Yow, 101 West Howell Street 



FRESHMAN BOYS 



Adams, William George, 7207 Dunmar Ct., Baltimore, Md. 

Albertson, Charles Michael, R. F. D., Trinity 

Allen, Ronald David, 116 Ashboro St., High Point 

Atkinson, Henry Ellen, Proctorville 

Bane, Thomas P., 1108 Council St., High Point 

Barrett, Bennie Gene, 112 Peach St., Shelby 

Baugham, Llovd Edward, 770 Flat Shoals, Atlanta, Ga. 

Benge, Tony Milton, 321 Brevard St., Statesville 

Blair, Hollis Smith. 618 Liberty Dr., Thomasville 

Blair, Phillip Welch, Route 1, High Point 

Blake, Kimes Eugene, Jackson Springs 

Boger, Bobby Duke, Route 4, Winston-Salem 

Bowman, Larry Gilford, 605 Melrose St., High Point 

Brown, Henry Dale, Route 1, Colfax 

Carmichael, James Thomas, Box 248, Walkertown 

Carroll, Charles Vernon, Jr., 1202 Blain St., High Point 

Case, Wayne Greer, South 3rd Ave., Mayodan 

Caudle, Don Cecil, 4647 Old Rural Hall Rd., Winston-Salem 

Chapman, Roy Edward, Route 1, Arden 

Charles, Robert Eugene, 3424 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 

Church, William Anderson, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

Clark, Kenneth Wade, Box 23, Madison 

Clemmer, James Stanley, 813 S. Chester, Gastonia 

Coghill, James Philip, Rt. 4, Henderson 

Cole, William Maurice, 731 Holt Ave., Greensboro 

Correll, Gerald Craig, Walnut Cove 

Daniel, Zane, Rt. 4, Rutledge, Tenn. 

Darsey, John Dowman, 1208 Lamont Dr., Winston-Salem 

Davidson, William Preston, Box 993, Winston-Salem 

Davies, John Leslie, 7425 Waymouth Way, Baltimore, Md. 

Davis, Gary Albert, 9 Redwine St., Lexington 

Davis, Jefferson Woodrow, High Falls 

Dickinson, Harold P., Box 77, Richmond Hill, Ga. 

Dodson, Camerson Morrison, Rt. 2, Lexington 

Dorothea, John Richard, 45-58 194th St., Flushing, N. Y. 

Dowles, Bruce Stewart, R. F. D. 1, Acme 

Duncan, Thomas Jefferson, 1313 Lexington Ave., Greensboro 

Dyer, Daniel Hardin, 607 River Rd., Martinsville, Va. 

Edmondson, Larry Hugh, Children's Home, Lexington 

Edmundson, Haywood Ernest, 529 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mount 

Edwards, Jimmy Carlton, Chicod 

Evans, Wesley Atkinson, 417 Mt. View Rd., Englewood, N. J. 

Everhart, Jimmy Lee, 218 West 2nd St., Lexington 



Fairley, David Alexander, 2705 Picardy PI., Charlotte 

Farlow, William Allen, P. O. Box 311, Archdale 

Felton, Carlton Howard, 508 Dobb St., Hertford 

Ferguson, Thomas Andrew, 271 Kinderhamach Rd., River Edge, N. J. 

Flippin, Tex Reid, Route 1, Siloam 

Foley, Joe Lee, 1219 Cedrow Ave., High Point 

Foster, Coy Linville, 2843 Lemond St., Winston-Salem 

Freeman, Thomas Wistar, 420 Rotary Dr., High Point 

Fulmer, Joe Sidney, Rt, 2, Sylva 

Furr, Max Taylor, 1229 E. Homestead, High Point 

Gansman, Tom Michael, 1402 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Garrabrant, Bruce Gordon, 147 S. Maple Ave., Basking Ridge, N. J. 

Garrett, Phil Brent, 1112 Pembroke Rd., Greensboro 

Giddens, Herman Hill, 631 3rd Ave., Albany, Ga. 

Gladstone, William Carter, 65 Buckstone PL, Asheville 

Gordon, John Arthur, Rt. 1, Box 95, High Point 

Gordon, William Phillip, Route 1, High Point 

Gore, Lewis Edwards. Ridgeway Rd., Tabor City 

Gray, Albert P., 209 Barker St., High Point 

Groome, Henry Leon, R. F. D. 7, Box 180, Greensboro 

Cuzinski. Joseph Vernon, R. F D. 2, Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Hall, Bobby Brown, 213 Maple St., High Point 

Harmon, Jack Franklin, Jr., 481 N. Center St., Statesville 

Harris, Ronald John, Rt. 2, Randleman. 

Harrison, Talton Jerry, R. F. D. 3, Thomasville 

Hayes, Hugh Floyd, 414 Council St., Thomasville 

Hazelwood, Joseph Wayne, Rt. 1, Madison 

Helms, Billie Joe, R. F. D. 4. Box 458, High Point 

Hill, Jesse Rav, R. F. D. 1, Box 277, Trinity 

Hilliard, Robert Lee, 1207 Guyet St., High Point 

Hinkle, Gaston E., 1313 Wright St., High Point 

Hodge, Dale Robinson, 117 Plymouth Lane, Manchester, Conn. 

Hodge, Thomas Arthur, 2210 Highland Dr., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Holmes, George Field, 524 Roslyn Rd., Winston-Salem 

Holt, Dick Thame, 53-36 199th St., Flushing, N. Y. 

Houghton, Joseph Gregg, 4318 Rosedale Ave., Bethesda 14, Md. 

Hughes, David Auman, 111 W. Central Ave., Asheboro 

Hughes, Jerry Claude, Westchester Dr., High Point 

Humble, Jerry Lewis, Route 1, Jamestown 

Ingold, Donald Clarence, 115 Dorothy St., High Point 

Jester, James Ivan, 1223 E, Homestead, High Point 

Jewett, David Lawrence, N. Broadway, Upper Nyack, N. Y. 

Johnston, Roger Hugh, 9 Howard St., Thomasville 



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Jones, David Ernest, 318 Coltrane St., High Point 

Jones, William Bryan, 849 Madison Ave,, Winston-Salem 

Keever, Clarence Carl, Jr., 107 Sunset Dr., High Point 

Kelly, Wendell Brantley, Jr., B. F. D. 2, Carthage 

Kester, William Vance, 815 Fifth St., High Point 

Kiger, Benny Cray, Bnral Hall 

Kimball, Henry Thomas, Jr., 27-B Wm. & Mary Apts., High Point 

Kinsey, Phillip Lawrence, 325 Nathan Hunt Dr., High Point 

Kivett, Jerry Ray, 707 Hines St., High Point 

Krites, Adrian Harrison, Box 205, Walkertown 

Lasala, Tony John, 8 W. Helen St., New Haven, Conn. 

Lewin, Leonard Bruce, 409 Euclid Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lewis, Frank Lendale, Jr., 510 N. Guthrie Ave., Durham 

Lloyd, Douglas Richard, 2 Orchard Ave., North Plainfield, N. J. 

Lloyd, Robert Austin, 303 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Long, Bruce Everett, R. F. D. 2, Hillsboro 

Lowe, John Barrette, 2526 Yanceyville Rd., Greensboro 

McCorkle, Charles Edison, Route 1, Denver 

McDaniel, Harold Edward, Evergreen 

MeKechnie, Robert Matthew, Box 216, Matthews 

McKinney, Michael Earl, Rt. 1, Box 503-B, High Point 

McNatt, Benjamin Edward, 2031 Wesley PI., High Point 

Martin, Jesse David, Lawsonville 

Mashburn, Mendel Laine, Route, Star 

Michael, Bobby James, 1010 Laurel St., Bedford, Va. 

Miller, Richard Maury, 505 S. England St., Williamsburg, Va, 

Mills, Rodney Bryan, 836 Powhatan Ave., Asheboro 

Moore, Ted Carlton, 1204 47th St., San Diego, Calif. 

Morris, Essrin Warren, 413 W. Virginia Ave., Draper 

Moser, Robert Hilton, 914 Ball Pard Rd., Thomasville 

Mowery, Jerry Randall, Route 5, Box 441, High Point 

Munn, Clifton Vinton, Box 207, West End 

Myers, Thomas Edwin, 429 Welch Dr., High Point 

Neal, Albert W., Onset Ave., East Wareham, Mass. 

Nichelson, Giles Garrett, Wm. & Mary Apts., High Point 

Onorato, Alfred John, 14 Virginia Dr., Enston, Conn. 

Overstreet, Buford Leslie, R. F. D. 2, Bedford, Va. 

Padilla, James David, 146 West 105th St., New York 25, N. Y. 

Parker, Johnny Arvin, 2009 W. Rotary Dr., High Point 

Patterson, Wesley Larry, 609 Johnson St.. Thomasville 

Payne, George Ronald, Route 1, Kernersville 

Pena, Alfonso Francisco, 361 Vibora, Habana, Cuba 

Perdue, Decoy Glenn, 714-1/2 Morris St., High Point 

Poindexter, Tom Wilson, 3830 Thomasville Rd., Winston-Salem 

Poole, Jerry Wayne, Route 10, Creensboro 

Prosser, Kenneth Morgan, 428 Tate St., High Point 

Reeder, Harold Lee, Rt. 2, Box 253, Randleman 

Reuman, Richard Charles, 95 Woodfield Rd., Westwood, N. J. 

Roach, Ralph Raymond, 124 W. Maryland Ave., Draper 

Rudd, Melvin Eugene, 1604 Crystal Lane, Greensboro 

Rudisill, Larry Joseph, 114 Maple St., Thomasville 

Russ, Jack, Box 601, Southport 



Rutherford, Leon Roland, 305 Spring St., Thomasville 

Samuels, Kenneth Carson, 107 Cascade Ave., Draper 

Sands, Charles Monroe, R. F. D. 1, Danbury 

Scott, Jesse Gray, Route 1, Troy 

Sechrest, Howard Edwin, Rt. 4, Rox 309, High Point 

Sechrist, Chalmous Winford, 306 Polk St., Thomasville 

Segers, Richard Wayne, 308 Culberth St., Thomasville 

Simmons, Donald Carroll, Route 3, Box 68, Lenoir 

Snider, Charles Herman, 119 Oakdale Rd., Lexington 

Snider, Frank Edward, Route 2, Randleman 

Snyder, Clayton Eugene, Route J, Thomasville 

Spenard, Paul Lionell, 635 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Srour, George Michael, 15 Pine St., Hamilton, N. Y. 

Stafford, Walter Edward, N. Wilkesboro 

Stanton, John Curtis, 1312-A Eaton PI., High Point 

Stapleford, Maryon Webber, 616 Terminal St., Kinston 

Steele, Melvin Clinton, 103 Water St., Madison 

Stevens, Glenn Franklin, 603 Fifth St., High Point 

Stevens, Lester Franklin, Route 1, Box 72, High Point 

Sturm, Fred Peter, 124 Franklin Ave., Midland Park, N. J. 

Suitt, Marion Adolphus, Route 5, Box 421, Durham 

Surratt, Ned Lee, Box 311, Denton 

Taylor, Samuel Ceorge, Route 1, Westfield 

Teague, Donald Eugene, 913 Unity St., Thomasville 

Terrell, Leonard Wayne, 814 Trinity St., Thomasville 

Terry, Harold David, R. F. D. 1, Jefferson, S. C. 

Tesh, Larry Evans, Route 4, Winston-Salem 

Tharpe, John S., 433-D Race St., Statesville 

Thornburg, Cary Holton, 1315 S. Cox St., Asheboro 

Trotter, Jerry Don, Route 3, Asheboro 

Tuttle, John Kermit, Box 993, Winston-Salem 

Unger, Wolfy Henry, Box 295, Fletcher 

Van Auken, Oscar William, 6 Ames PI., Morristown, N. J. 

Vaughn, Jerry Allen, 309 Colonial Dr., High Point 

Veasey, Robert Oscar, 234 Wellington Rd., Fairfax, Del. 

Warner, John Harold, 311 Barnwell St., Thomasville 

Watts, James Lamarr, 600 E. Guilford, Thomasville 

Webb, William Archer. Jr., Box 72, Maxton 

Webster, Jerry Reid, 726 N. 3rd Ave., Silver City 

Welch, Jerry Errol, 608 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Westmoreland, Conrad Weslev, 4321 Oak Ridge Dr., Winston-Salem 

White, Bobby Thomas, Box 1897, High Point 

White, Samuel Floyd, Route 4, Henderson 

Williams, David Leonard, 1206 Morgan St., Spray 

Williams, George Leigh, Route 1, Mt. Airy 

Williams, Henry Clyde, Jr., 706 Chandler St., High Point 

Williams, Joseph Lloyd, Route 1, Fairfax, Va. 

Williard, Charles O., Jr., Route 6, Winston-Salem 

Womack, Bartlett Yancey, 645 Sunset Dr., S. W., Winston-Salem 

Workman. David Franklin, 1008 Johnsontown Rd., Thomasville 

Wyndham, Ben Levy, Box 825, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Yarborough, Hoy Weston, Route 4, High Point 



FRESHMAN GIRLS 



Allred, Sue Carole, Route 5, High Point 

Alexander, Mary Gail, 418 Tate St.. High Point 

Anderson, Mary-Ann Leilani, 31 Mohawk Trail, Westfield, N. J. 

Barnes, Judith Ann, 114 N. Ridge Ave., Kannapolis 

Beal, Nancy Lee, 506 Denny St., High Point 

Beauchamp, Betty Jean, R. F. D. 3, Mocksville 

Boggs, Ellen Jane, 650 N. Italy St., Valdese 

Bowman, Ann DeVere, Route 2, Brown Summit 

Brady, Saundra Lili, 153 Cherry St., Asheboro 

Brantley, Lynda Margaret, 512 N. Church St., Mooresville 

Brown, Denise Melissa, Route 1, High Point 

Burris, Sara Louise, Belk-Cline Co., Madison 

Butler, Sara Alycee, 7023 Albemarle Rd., Charlotte 

Byrd, Brenda Helaine, Route 2, Box 96, Morganton 

Calloway, Deborah, 419 Spring St., Mt. Airy 

Campbell, Nancy Louise, Box 302, Denton 

Carpenter, Karen Ann, Route 1, Box 97, Rockingham 

Chafin, Priscilla Erlene, 614 Hedrick St., High Point 

Chapman, Sue Bailey, 208 Fairy St., Martinsville, Va. 

Cheek, Linda Joyce, 2707 Homes Dr., Morehead City 

Clodfelter, Carol Burton, 512 S. Summit Ave., Charlotte 

Coffey, Brenda LaVerne, 520 Barker St., High Point 

Conrad, Marilee, 1803 Runnymeade Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Conrad, Mary Ellen, Route 2, Thomasville 

Cox. Wilhelma Gayle, Route 6. Box 188, Seagrove 

Darlington. Dorothy Dean. 725 Center Ave., Mooresville 

Denny, Linda Belle, Pilot Mountain 

Dickson, Lorna Lee, Box 367, El kin 

Dillon, Linda Rankin, 600-B Richardson St., High Point 

Douglas, Mary Ann, 8 Beverly Rd.. Asheville 

Duggins, Patricia Hester, 630 Park St., High Point 



Edmonds, Lula Mae, Route 3, High Point 

Ellis, Roverda Ann, Route 3, Mocksville 

Epting, Dixie Anne, 324 Carolina Ave., High Point 

Featherstone, Norma Joyce, 1850 Ala Moana, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Ferebee, Rebecca Cheatham, R. F. D. 2, Box 53, High Point 

Fidler, Mary Lynn, 302 Hillcrest Dr., High Point 

Fields, Anne Douglas, Route 2, Walstonburg 

Fitzgerald, Linda Lucille, Jefferson 

Floyd. Julia Ellen, Oxford Rd., Henderson 

Foster, Ada Carrington, 2914 Fairview Rd., Durham 

Foster, Kaye Nell, St. Corporal Dr., Wilkesboro 

Fulp, Bonnie Boone, 134 Angel Dr., Winston-Salem 

Carrett, Judy Gail, 1326 Club Dr., High Point 

Gillispie, Nancy Anne, 1614 Westridge Rd., Greensboro 

Grubbs, Linda, 2708 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro 

Hall, Judith Carol, Route 1, Pineville 

Hancock, Hylton Lucas, Route 5, Box 125, Asheboro 

Harrington, Marie, R. F. D. 1, Fairmont 

Harrington, Mary Johnson, R. F. D. 1, Fairmont 

Harrison, Barbara Katherine, 2034 W. Clemmonsville Rd„ Winston-Salem 

Hays, Sandra Lee, 348 Buford PL, Macon, Ga. 

Hedgecock, Rebecca Rose, Route 2. High Point 

Heptinstall, Martha Anne, 1313 Fairmont St., Greensboro 

Hill, Peggy Jean, 216 24th St., N. E., Winston-Salem 

Hilton, Martha Frances, Route 2, High Point 

Hobson, Alice Moore, Yadkinville 

Hobson, Julia Gray, 1221 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 

Holder, Becky Ann, 607 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Holt, Janet Evalee, Bittersweet Rd., Winston-Salem 

Honeycutt, Emma Jane, Box 115, Lucama 

Horton, Nancy Ruth, 1208 Firth Ave., High Point 



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Hudson, Janice Russell, Box 343, McLean, Va. 

Huff, Charlotte Ann, 127 E. Homestead, High Point 

Hulin, Myrna Lee, 622 W. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Jarrett, Betty Lee, Route 2, Trinity 

Jennings, Barbara Avvette, Rt. 1, Box 55, Danville, Va. 

Johnson, Betty Ann, Clarkton 

Johnson, Elizabeth Ann, Route 3, Asheboro 

Johnson, Marjorie Dianne, 712 Montlieu Ave., High Point 

Johnson, Nancy Lou, High St., Draper 

Jones, Lorace Olivia, P. O. Box 636. Sanford 

Kittrell, Bettie Jane, Route 1, Kittrell 

Lanza, Libia del Rio, Marti 1055, Guantanamo, Cuba 

Lanzieri, Arlene Lyman, Sentinel Hill, Derby, Conn. 

Laubscher, Elizabeth Ann, Box 2005, Cameron 

Lawson, Nina Virginia, Route 1, Glen Allen, Va. 

Lloyd, Viviane Georgette, 3609 S. Lois Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

McCrea, Eva Bernice, R. F. D. 1, Kingstree, S. C. 

McDonald, Sarah DeVries, Liberty Rd., Randallstown, Md. 

Mcllvaine, Alice Marie, 218 Edgedale Dr., High Point 

Malpass, Laura Jean, 215 E. Parkway, High Point 

Marlette, Joyce Jeanette, 416 South St., High Point 

Mason, Rosemary, Yadkinville 

Miller, Mary Joe, 4542 Baux Mt. Rd., Winston-Salem 

Mitchell, Mary Wray, 1113 Rotary Dr., High Point 

Mitchell, Thelma Estelle, 513 N. W. 5th St., Mulberry, Fla. 

Modlin, Miriam Jane, Route 1, Jamestown 

Moran, Coralie E., Route 1, Jamestown 

Mosely, La Rae Jane, Route 1, Lafayette, Ga. 

Murray, Nelda Louise, 127 Cross St., Marion 

Orr, Judith Dale, Trinity 

Oterson, Louisa Rochelle, 1901 Ann St., Wilmington 

Page, Anne Hamilton, 500 N. Bayshore, Jacksonville 

Parker, Betty Jean, Rt. 1, Box 68-A, Maysville 

Parker, Judith Ann, 165 N. Ridge St., Southern Pines 

Parker, Penelope Jo, 20 Walter Boulden St., Elkton, Md. 

Parris, Nan Rebecca, Route 3, High Point 

Patton, Virginia Spainhour, Alexander Ave., Morganton 

Peele, Mildred Carolyn, Route 3, High Point 

Phillips, Dell Rita, Route 2, Spruce Pine 

Powell, Marie Warden, 10135 Cedar Lane, Kennington, Md. 



Prevost, Brenda Lalanne, 101 Jones Circle, Thomasville 

Price, Jeannette Frances, 807 Quaker Lane, High Point 

Pugh, Emma Bruce, Rt. 1, Box 228, Franklinville 

Rappold, Carol Louise, 8007 Liberty Rd., Baltimore 7, Md. 

Rierson, Mary Sue, Lawsonville 

Robbins, Sarah Ann, 220 Edgeworth St., High Point 

Roberts, Ethel Joyce, 1305 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Royer, Rebecca Louise, Rt. 2, Thurmont, Md. 

Roberts, Susan Anne, W. Fifth St. Ext., Beaufort 

Runyon, Ann Louise, Box 123, Morganton 

Saferight, Sylvia Jane, Route 1, Jamestown 

Samuels, Linda Gayle, 711 E. Commerce St., High Point 

Sands, Mary Jo, Box 24, Pilot Mountain 

Setzer, Carolyn Sue, 921 Dayton St., High Point 

Sharpe, Sandra Kaye, 507 Pearl Ave., Kannapolis 

Shoaf, Peggy Ruth, Route 5, Winston-Salem 

Shorter, Martha Priscilla, 910 Beverly Dr., Florence, S. C. 

Sink, Deanna Faye, R. F. D. 2, High Point 

Smith, Doris Jean, Box 1093, Liberty 

Smith, Eva Dell, 1470 Nottingham Dr., Aiken, S. C. 

Sprinkle, Glenda Olivia, Route 1, Pfafftown 

Stanford, Nancy Jane, Route 1, Graham 

Thomason, Patsy Jacquelynn, Box 711, Erwin Hgts., Thomasville 

Thornburg, Nancy Carol, Route 1, Davidson 

Torres, Irene, 308 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Touchton, Mary Jewell, Box 294, Madison, Fla. 

Upton, Patricia Diane, 911 Circle Dr., High Point 

Vaughn, Eliza Yvonne, Route 2, Mt. Airy 

Vestal, Sandra Lorrain, 601 Victor St., Spray 

Voncannon, Nancy Carolyn, 2509 Camden Rd., Greensboro 

Watts, Jean, 1105 Thissell St., High Point 

Wendler, Sheila Mary, 600 Parkway, High Point 

Widenhouse, Peggy Jo, 44 Englewood Ave., Concord 

Wilkinson, Ann Gillis, 307 N. Haskins Ave., Jamestown 

Willard, Mary Catherine, Butler St., Pilot Mountain 

Wilson, Emily Louisa, 113-A Elm St., Asheboro 

Woodruff, Clara Ann, Glade Valley 

Wvkoff, Patricia, 1135 E. 10th St., Salem, Ohio 

Yokley, Patricia Ann, Route 1, Thomasville 

Young, Julie, 4115 Fulton Rd., Knoxville, Tenn. 



SOPHOMORE GIRLS 



Albertson, Shirley Jean, Route 5, High Point 

Assaf, Leilani, Children's Home, Winston-Salem 

Ayers, Texie Ann, 2910 English St., High Point 

Belk, Nan Norton, West Main St., Stony Point 

Blue, Mrs. Lois Eifort, 1222 Delk Dr., High Point 

Bolick, Janice Gail, Fifth St., Cramerton 

Boyd, Annie Carol, Box 104, Candor 

Boyles, Frances Elledge, 1900 Queen St., Winston-Salem 

Buffaloe, Peggy Lois, Box 74, Marston 

Burroughs, Ruby Jean, 803 English St., High Point 

Byerly, Hilda Eloise, 907 Asheboro St., High Point 

Chadwick, Dorothy Jewell, Gloucester 

Chapman, Carol Ann, Congaree Dr., Florence, S. C. 

Chard, Betty Ann, 600 Dayton St., High Point 

Cheves, Martha Louise, 706 Denny St., High Point 

Combs, Karen Stuart, 618 Cabarrus Ave., Mooresville 

Conrad, Dell Lucretia, 1233 Britton St., Winston-Salem 

Creasy, Peggy Lou. 3424 Greenland Ave., N. W. Roanoke, Va. 

Creech, Lillian Jacqueline, Holly Springs 

Culler, Myra Carlene, Archdale 

Dalton, Frances Conrad, 2374 Fairway Dr., Winston-Salem 

Daniels, Lee Attress, Route 3, Denton 

Davis, Judith Lvnn, 1825 Idlewild Dr., Winston-Salem 

Dobbins, Martha Elaine, Rt. 4, High Point 

Doub, Elizabeth Ann, Route 2, East Bend 

Faircloth, Merilyn Adelia, 302 Jamestown Rd., High Point 

Fisher, Julia Harper, Route 1, Box 25, Matthews 

Fragakis, Marcia Victoria, 208 N. Green St., Winston-Salem 

Gandy, Mrs. Ann Cox, 11 Maple St., Concord 

Garner, Judith Marie, 1106 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Garrett, Audrey Lawunia, Route 1, Jamestown 

Gibbs, Frances Carolyn, 403 Aberdeen Ter., Greensboro 

Gibson, Frances Xavier, 403 Clarkwaye Dr., Spray 

Graham, Doris Elizabeth, Route 2, Box 529, Kannapolis 

Greene, Hazel Faye, Route 1, Mt. Gilead 

Hackney, Mrs. Margaret H., Morehead City 

Harding, Lucy Ann, Route 2, Mocksville 

Harris, Louise, Robbins 

Holland, Barbara Joyce. 28 Bond Place, West Caldwell, N. J. 

Holton, Linda Elizabeth, Route 1, Jamestown 

Hunsucker, Minnie Katherine, Box 85, Gibson 

Jarvis, Rebecca Imogene, 1404 S. Long St., Burlington 

Jones, Nancy Ernestine, Route 1, Pinnacle 

Joyce, Doris Ann, Route 1, Madison 

Joyce, Jo-Ann, 1503-C Eaton Place, High Point 



Tulian, Ruby Ellen, Route 1, Box 88, Randleman 

Kiker, Elizabeth Anne, Box 326, Wadesboro 

Lemmond, Lila Kay, Box 241, Matthews 

Lloyd, Alice Jane, 609 Lindsay St., High Point 

Lynch, Wanda Sue, 1626 W. Rotary Dr., High Point 

Mabe, Carole Lane, Route 2, Walnut Cove 

Mackintosh, Nancy Ann, 3008 West St., S.E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Malpass, Mrs. Carolina P., 1107 Johnson St., High Point 

Marshall, Shirley Ann, Route 1, Rural Hall 

Meredith, Catherine Gwendolyn, 503 Weaver St., High Point 

Miller, Mrs. Helen Troy L., 913 Forrest Ave., High Point 

Murphy, Sarah Lutritia, Route 4, Thomasville 

Musgrove, Virginia Dudley, Box 60, Catawba 

Myrick, Sophronia Ann, Route 1, Mt. Gilead 

McArthur, Barbara Anne, Box 236, Rowland 

Mcllvaine, Eileen, 218 Edgedale, High Point 

McNatt, Mary Katherine, 2031 Wesley Place, High Point 

Newton, Sylvia Joyce, 510 Prospect St., High Point 

Noell, Emma Louise, 1418 Mayfair Lane, Charlotte 9 

Ozment, Rebecca Anne, 1146 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 

Parker, Mrs. Katie Sprinkle, 4818 Morningside Dr., Winston-Salem 

Parnell, Sandra Jean, 112 Oakwood Ct, High Point 

Paschall, Emily Spencer, 1905 Madison Ave., Greensboro 

Peedin, Mary jean, 102 Skyline Dr., Rockingham 

Peele, Bonnie Gray, 625 Quaker Lane, High Point 

Pratt, Mrs. Jessie N„ 232 W. Fieldcrest Rd., Draper 

Reynolds, Lynne Anita, Route 1, Lewis ville 

Richards, Linda Swight, Box 99, Floral City, Florida 

Riddle, Mrs. Beth Ellen T.. Jackson Springs 

Ridge, Jean Brown, Hillsville, Va. 

Ross, Julia Ann, 625 Lineburger St., Shelby 

Shelton, Margaret Virginia, 1003 DeSota Ave., Kannapolis 

Steed, Phyllis Diane, 4413 Harvard Ave., Greensboro 

Smith, Dorothy Jean, 800 English St., High Point 

Strickland, Shelby Dawn, Route 1, Reidsville 

Sumpter, Lura Hallie, 324 Newland St., Lenoir 

Talley, Margaret Walker, 2105 Kenilworth Ave., Charlotte 

Thomas, Jean Arthur, Jackson Springs 

Wall, Ethel Gaye, Knightdale 

Walker, Patricia Ann, Route 4, Kinston 

Westerholm, Inger Alice, 41 Storalanggapan, Vara, Finland 

Whitaker, Mrs. Lannie D., 2221 Hayworth Rd., High Point 

Willard, Iris Gayle, Route 1, High Point 

Williams, Betty Lou, Route 1, Box 427, Winterville 

Young, Eunice Marie, Route 4, Mebane 



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SOPHOMORE BOYS 



Andrews, Henry Raymond, Route 2, Durham Rd., Chapel Hill 

Barr, John Douglas, Route 1, Rural Hall 

Batchelor, Ervin Sherwood, Box 1462, Greensboro 

Baley, Walter Ronald, Route 1, St. Pauls 

Baxter, David Livingston, 606 Centennial Avenue, Guilford 

Bean, James Melvin, Jr., 526 Flint Street, High Point 

Beroth, Vernice Victor, Jr., Route 1, Pfafftown 

Bowman, Hague Cleo, 1103 Bridges Street, High Point 

Brady, Jerry Brevard, 173 Huntley Place, Charlotte 

Brame, Eddie Franklin, 2109 Mitchell Avenue, Greensboro 

Brown, Dale William, 11 Academy Street, Manchester, Conn. 

Brown, Russell Thomas, 1104 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 

Buie, Andrew Leo, 708 Rotary Dr., High Point 

Bullins, David Stanley, 631 Peachtree St., Asheboro 

Bumgamer, Phillip Eugene, R. F. D. 4, Asheboro 

Byerly, Jerry Holt, 1015 Fairfield Rd., High Point 

Calloway, William Rodney, 1908 Butler, Winston-Salem 

Cameron, Hugh Harris, 729 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids 

Canada, Larry Franklin, 351 Junia Ave., Winston-Salem 

Carle, Kenneth Walker, 12 Christian St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

Cartner, James Dwight, Route 1, Box 40, Rural Hall 

Catoe, John Maxie, Route 1, Bethune, S. C. 

Chason, Larry Michael, Route 1, Box 53, White Oak 

Cheek, Joseph Wayne, 405-A Richardson St., High Point 

Clark, Edwin Wayne, Box 23, Madison 

Clark, Robert Glen, Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Clements, Eugene Corbett, Box R-5, Rivermont St., Stuart Draft, Va. 

Cole, Jackie Richard, Box 224, Denton 

Cooke, William H.. 515 Ward St., High Point 

Cooper, Carroll Wayne, 623 E. State St., High Point 

Coppley, Benny Lewis. Route 8, Lexington 

Conner, Patrick Duane, 2716 Arvon Ave., Morehead City 

Corley, James Douglas, 200 25th St., N. E., Winston-Salem 

Cross, George Williard, 610 Radford St., High Point 

Crutchfield. Kenneth Earl, Delmus Ave., Fairmont 

Crye, Louie Sam, 643 E. Front St., Statesville 

Currie, Laurence Stewart, P. O. Box 57, Robbins 

Currier, Gerard Michael, 1004 Pee Dee Ave., Albemarle 

Daniels, Franklin D. Roosevelt, 807 Circle Dr., High Point 

Davis, Charlie, Route 1, Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem 

Davis, Edwin Vance, Route 1, Hot Springs 

Davis, Herbert Charles, Box 11, Woodlief 

Dean, Robert Michael, 220 Briggs Ave., Durham 

Denny, Clifford, Michael, 324 Engleside Dr., High Point 

Deskins, David Stuart, Route 8, Box 578, Greensboro 

Drapeau, Donald Alexander, 43 Marv Street, Ansonia, Conn. 

Drum, James Albert, Route 8, Box 269, Statesville 

Eanes, George Thomas, Route 4, Thomasville 

Edwards, Harold Mock. 921 Ball Park Rd., Thomasville 

Edwards, Sam Houston, 4633 W. Market St., Greensboro 

Elkins, George Trade. 287 Winston Rd., Lexington 

Flanagan, Michael Edward, Route 3, Reidsville 

Freeman, Donald Lee, 100 Morrison Avenue, Thomasville 

Fulk, Charles Thomas, 624 Bertonlcy Ave., Charlotte 

Fulk, Joseph Marion, Route 2, Pinnacle 

Fussell, Daniel Jerome, Jr.. Box 145, Rose Hill 

Caither. Robert A., Jr., P. O. Box 968. Thomasville 

Gekas, Speros Pete. 214 Montlieu Ave , High Point 

Gibson, Joe Talmadge, Pine Hall 

Croome. Henry Houston. 3212 Edgewatcr Drive, Greensboro 

Guy, William Thomas, Route 2, Parkton 

Hackney, Daniel Oliver. 823 Green St., Durham 

Hammingway, Joe Lennon, Elizabcthtown 

Harrell, Willie Benjamin, P. O. Box 92, Jarrett, Va. 

Hedrich, Kay Byron, Route 9, Winston-Salem 

Helms, Gene Erwin, Elizabethtown 

Helsabeck, Ralph I.era, 106-A Edceworth St., High Point 

Hill, Gerald Francis, 79 Dwight St., Ansonia, Conn. 

Hollingsworth, Thomas W., Jr., 3012 Kivett Dr., High Point 

Hough. Joseph Alvin, Route 7. Box 170, Greensboro 

Howard, Thomas Jollv, Route 3. Kernersville 

Hudson, Ronald Mac, 2302 Liberty Rd.. Asheboro 

Hudson, William Landon. Route 2, High Point 

Hunt, Clifford Marvin. 103 Royal Oaks, Thomasville 

Hunt, Crowson Hubbard. Route 2. Denton 

Hunter, James McGruder, Turkey 

Jarrett, Donald Gray. Jr., Route 2. Thomasville 

Jenkins. Donald Lee, Box 48, Stantonsburg 

Jones, Charles Franklin. 510 Cox Avenue, Thomasville 

Johnson, Carroll W.. 111-A Wcatherspoon St., Sanford 

Jordan, Kenneth Wayne, 117 Sheffield St., Asheboro 

Jordan. Roderick Crouse, 202 Palmer St., Albemarle 

Kay, Jerry Ray, 303 Park St.. High Point 

Kennedv, Elder Lenton, Route 2. Trinity 



Kennedy, Gary Barton, Route 1, Box 192, Thomasville 

Kittle, Rov Dale, 1102 Leona Ave., Winston-Salem 

Koontz, Jerry Webster, 820 E. College Dr., High Point 

Lackey, James Bruce, 2304 Centennial Ave., High Point 

Ladd, Grover Glenn, 521 Chandler St., Winston-Salem 

Lanier, Ernest Randall, Route 8, Lexington 

Latham, Michael Alvin, Route 2, Box 402-A, High Point 

Lawrence, James Howard, Jr., 108 Motsinger St., High Point 

Lemar, Charles Farrell, Route 1, Hiyh Point 

Leonard, Joseph Daniel, 125 Orvillc Dr., High Point 

Lester, James Richard, 713 Granby St., High Point 

Linthieiim, William E., 5(16 Hayworth Circle, High Point 

Lloyd. Glenn David, Route 8. Sanford 

Long, Harold Edward, 2934 Waterford Rd„ Winston-Salem 

Long, John Kellv, 204 Forest Hills, Gastonia 

Lopez. Almiro Hernandez, Calle 47, 5409, Havana, Cuba 

Lowe, David Allen, 211 Greenoak Dr., High Point 

Malpass, Robert Cooper, 1102 Johnson St., High Point 

Martin. Don Edward. 121 State St., Winston-Salem 

Mahan, John Joseph. 812 Alabama Ave.. S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Martin, Harry Wayne, 206 Wilson Street, Madison 

Meade, Edwin Harrison, 607 S. El em Ave., Greensboro 

Michael, Paul Edward, 518 N. Poplar St., Winston-Salem 

Mills, Robert Gregory. 3811 Pope St., S. E.. Washington, D. C. 

Mitchell, James William, Route 3, Box 49, Goldsboro 

Morgan, James Daniel, 310 Ridgecrest Dr., High Point 

Morrison, Donald Myron, 1118 Oakdale St., Asheboro 

Moss, David Daniel, 20 Cramer St., Thomasville 

Moser, Jerry Francis, Box 316, Arclidale 

Mullis. Edward Wallace, 1013 Lindsav St., High Point 

McGuire, Lloyd Daryl, 1019 Meadowbrook St., High Point 

McKechnie, William Orill, Box 216, Matthews 

McPherson, Wesley Dexter. 1908 Apex Dr.. High Point 

Nance, Sherwood Arnold, 918 W. Trinity, Durham 

Neville, Walter Henry, Route 1, Enfield 

Owens, Ronald Lee, 317 Jefferson St.. Plymouth 

Passons, Clifford Francis, 2718 Normandy Rd., Charlotte 

Peace, Joseph Darrell, Route 2, Trinitv 

Phillips, Claude Calvin, 1421 N. Hamilton St.. High Point 

Pickard. Thomas Lipes, 1305 Asheboro St., Greensboro 

Poindexter, Gordon Scott, 1144 Bank St., Winston-Salem 

Poole. Bobby Edgar, Seagrove 

Pope, Edward Crowell, 227 Roanoke Ave., Littleton 

Pope, Harvev Morgan. Rose Hill 

Price, Charles Fred. 2104 Greene St.. Charlotte 

Price, Elmer Willard. Quaker Lane. High Point 

Proctor. Raymond Milton. 2013 Wilson St., Durham 

Pruitt, Dermic, 1030 Willowbrook Dr., Greensboro 

Pyeior, John LaRande, Tuft Ave., Rome, N. J. 

Baby, Cecil Mark, Jr.. Route 1, Rural Hall 

Reber, Donald William. 2203 E. Idlewild, Tampa 10, Fla. 

Reddick, Gurney Reece. 1018 Blair St., Thomasville 

Reece. James Preston, 205 Holland St.. Marietta, Ga. 

Rich, William Kirk. 613 Ashburn St., High Point 

Riley, Larry Scott, Carthase 

Rogers, Larry Eugene, 1701 Pershing, High Point 

Rowe. Charles Needham, 405 Pennington Ave., Thomasville 

Safrit, Larry Broughton, 311 E. Second Ave., Mt. Gilead 

Sewell, Danny Joe, Route 3, Kokomo, Ind. 

Shaw, Harvey Ralph, 2004 Pleasant St., Asheboro 

Short, Jackie Dean. Route 6, Williams, Ind. 

Silverstein. Howard Theodore. 227 Edgedale Dr., High Point 

Skeen. Jerry Marshall, 2212 E. Green St., High Point 

Skidmore. Tommy Kyle, Pee Dee Ave., Norwood 

Smith, Daniel Astor, 1615 Springfield Ave., High Point 

Smith, Darrell Cordon. 512 Denny St., High Point 

Smith, George Kenneth, 29 Greenwood Rd., Asheville 

Smith, Robert Taylor. 225 N. Seventh St., Albemarle 

Smith, Ross Vernon, Jr., Thurmont, Maryland 

Snider, William Fred. Jr., 512 Twin Oak Court, High Point 

Spake, William Monroe, Jr., 39 Ramoth Rd., Asheville 

Spangler, Carl Joe, 174 S. Ridgewood Ave.. Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Speight, Robert Dale, Route 3, Box 129. Thomasville 

Spinnett, Dale Leonard, 2305 N. Main St. Ext., High Point 

Stallings, Neil Anderson. Box 25, Whitnel 

Starrette, Richard Ray, 907 N. Center St., Statesville 

Steed, Roy Glenn, Jr., Route 3, High Point 

Stephen, Norman Ulin, Route 6, Box 53-A, Mt. Airy 

Sugg, Clay Jackson, Route 1, Seagrove 

Tate, Donald Wesley. 3204 Central Blvd., High Point 

Taylor, William Medford, Jr., Main St., Conway 

Teague, John Charles, 105 Lansdowne St., High Point 

Terrell, James Orville, 2 Park St., Granite Falls 

Tuggle. Charles Albert, Route 3, High Point 

Vanhoy, Vance Odell, 1018 Louise Rd., Winston-Salem 



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Vereen, Donald Gary, 608 Richardson, High Point 
Vert, Richard Fredrick, 3508 Turner St., Chevy Chase, Md. 
Walker, Ray Jackson, 248 Proctor St., High Point 
Walls, Roby Gray, 200 Stanton, Winston-Salem 
Ward, John Kennon, 1308 Reynolds, Key West, Fla. 
Weaver, Bobby Lloyd, Route 4, High Point 
Wheless, Larry Wayne, 501 North Dr., High Point 
White, James Dale, 110 Hilton Ave., Durham 



Williams, Preston Allen, 415 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 
Wilson, Jack Lyndon, 1105 Pershing St., High Point 
Winslow, Charles Lloyd, 808 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 
Wood, Bobby ODcll, Box 241, Madison 
Worrell, Gareth Boyd, Route 5, High Point 
Yates, Bobby Ray, 409 Davidson St.. Thomasville 
Zimmerman, Jerry Reid, 1703 Centennial, High Point 



JUNIOR BOYS 



Adams, Anthony Angelo, 300 Mendenhall St., Jamestown 

Alexander, William Munsey, Jr., Route 1, Wilkesboro 

Ayers, Henry Gale, Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Baker, Billy E., Route 12, Box 2, Concord 

Badgett, Bobby Armfield, Route 1, Mount Airy 

Batten, Gilbert Ray, 606 Lake St., Thomasville 

Beach, Gordon A., 161 Phelp Ave., Cresskill, N. J. 

Beeson, Gilbert Ward, Jr., Route 1, Pembroke 

Beusse, Leon Richard, 402 Kern St., Thomasville 

Bledsoe, Charles Richard, 505 Brookwood Dr., Winston-Salem 

Boles, Robert Eugene, 523 Akron Dr., Winston-Salem 

Boose, George Nathaniel, Route 8, Winston-Salem 

Boroughs, Otis Clairel, Jackson Springs 

Bowers, Darrell Gray, 722 Prospect St., High Point 

Brevard, Jerry Brady, 173 Huntley Place, Charlotte 

Brooks, Gerald Arliss, 515 N. Mendenhall, Greensboro 

Brown, William Lee, 102 S. Aycock St., Greensboro 

Burger, James Winton, 1421 Valley Ridge Dr., High Point 

Bussell, Billy Don, 305 E. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 

Calloway, Allen G., 2117 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 

Cheek, William Odell, 4814 Morningside Dr., Winston-Salem 

Clark, Tobe Martin, Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Cherry, Corbin Lee, 35 Church St., Hertford 

Clark, William Charles, 281 Winston Rd., Lexington 

Damon, William Edward, 121 Shadycrest Dr., East Hartford, Conn. 

Davis, John Earl, Jr., 3809 Park Rd., Charlotte 

Davis, Will Stanton, 508 Welborn St., Thomasville 

Doby, Maxie Wilbur, 700 Dillon St., Thomasville 

Dodson, Keith Douglas, R. F. D. 1, Madison 

Downey, Robert Lee, 104 College St., Thomasville 

Ferrell, Forrest Andrew, 3820 Walker Ave., Greensboro 

Fletcher, Glen Gary, 307 Otteray Dr., High Point 

Flemming, LeRoy Duke, 338 S. Franklin St., Rocky Mount 

Formyduval, Willard R-, Nakina 

Ginns, Homer Lloyd, 577 Hanover St., Fall River, Mass. 

Gilley, Samuel Albert, Pilot Mountain 

Goodman, William Quinn, 3138 Remington Dr., Greensboro 

Grant, James Nicholas, 354 Hillside Ave., Charlotte 

Grimmer, James Brickell, Jr., 608 Bradley Lane, Portsmouth, Va. 

Groome, Wilbur Lee, 1033 Wellington Rd., High Point 

Handy, Frederick Charlie, 3113 Georgian Terrace, Raleigh 

Hanner, Thomas Isaac, Route 4, Asheville 

Hall, Pearlie Robert, Jr., Route 1, Box 244, Jamestown 

Hart, Terry D., 413 Fourth St., High Point 

Hawkins, J. Vaughn, 1200 Biltmore Dr., Charlotte 

Hiatt, Charles James, Jr., 214 Liberty Rd., High Point 

Hinshaw, Walter Lee, Jr., Yadkinville 

Hodgin, James Alson, Route 8, Greensboro 

Howard, David Wilson, 324 Walker St., Thomasville 

Huff, Charles Louis, Route 1, High Point 

Hughes, Thomas Edwin, Trinity 

Reams, Wallace Reid, 103 W. Salisbury St., Asheboro 

Kelly, Thurman Lee, 410 Manly St., High Point 

Kennedy, Elder L., Trinity 

Kennedy, Milford Loy, 505 Enterprise St., High Point 

Jarrett, William Jackson, 112 Culler St., High Point 

Johnson, Carroll Wayne, 503 Chestnut St., High Point 

Johnson, Charles Ross, 319 Louise Ave., High Point 

Johnson, Clarence Ray, 506 Fremont St., Thomasville 

Jones, Paul Sevier, Jr., 6-B Dunbar Apts., Asheville 

Joyner, Elmer Lee, 1805 Waldo St., High Point 

Kimbro, Franklin Roosevelt, Box 107, Cedar Grove 



Kirkman, Jerry William, 134 N. Main St., Kemersville 

Langdon, Robert Louis, Main St., Mayodan 

Law, Joe Alvis, 112 W. Maryland Ave., Draper 

Lawson, Bobby Frank, 1400 Spring Garden St., Greensboro 

Ledwell, Jerry William, 1214 Prospect St., High Point 

Lewis, William Elby, Jr., 1941 Peach St., Winston-Salem 

Little, Robert Wayne, 1718 Medford Dr., Charlotte 

Lohr, William Thomas, Route 5, Box 252, High Point 

Madison, James Holt, Route 2, Trinity 

Mann, Charles Thomas, 413 E. Creer St., Durham 

Martin, Benjamin Norris, 202 Park St., Morganton 

Martin, Ronald Floyd, Route 4, Box 381, High Point 

Martin, Winston Keith, Jr., 3230 Wheeler Rd., S.E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Mason, Richard Burnett, 1447 Madison Ave., High Point 

Miller, Edwin Bruce, 4601 Branch Ave., Washington 23, D. C. 

Montgomery, Riley Edward, 901 Lowdermilk St., Greensboro 

Moore, William Jason, 1035 Cliff Rd., Asheboro 

Morgan, Donald Monroe, 426 Johnson St., High Point 

Morris, William Lanier, 820 Fugate Ave., Charlotte 

Myers, Thomas Andrew, 17 Gray St., Thomasville 

McDaniel, Billy Dale, Route 2, Hurt, Va. 

McKinney, Perry Luke, 111 Beaufort Dr., Havelock 

Neal, Ronald Glenn, 724 Fulton St., Salisbury 

Neal, Ronal Glenn, 724 Fulton St., Salisbury 

Nesbitt, Donald Lee, 1108 Central Dr., Kannapolis 

Owens, Bobby Carlton, Route 5, Box 219, Lexington 

Parish, George William. 1514 Eiwood Ave., Greensboro 

Payne, Kenneth Forrest, Route 1, Kernersviile 

Redding, Dennis H, 410 Worthville St., Randleman 

Richardson, William P., Jr., Box 813, Stokesdale 

Riddle, Earle Edward, Jr., 309 W. 2nd Ave., Lexington 

Riddle, Charles Cobb, 516 Bloodworth St., Raleigh 

Ring, Dallas Spencer, Jr., 909 Granby St., High Point 

Rhodes, Robert Lee, Route 1, Madison 

Rouse, Benjamin Charles, 4l4 N. Pollack St., Kinston 

Routh, Daniel Wesley, Box 267, East Bend 

Sellers, Donald Manley, Route 2, Box 277-A, Leland 

Sheppard, Ray N., Critz, Va. 

Shelton, Clavis Orelle, Star Route, Walnut Cove 

Sigmon, Fred Larry, Route 3, Lincolnton 

Sink, Alfred Thomas, 203 E. Brown St., Randleman 

Sledge, William Thomas, 113 W. Lewis St., Whiteville 

Stevens, Willis Roswell, Box 208. Rockingham 

Stanton, David Allen, 109 Brentley Circle, High Point 

Taylor, Alonzo Graham, Jr., Whitakers 

Thompson, William Sutton, Yanceyville 

Veach, Norman Wayne, Route 1, Box 73, High Point 

Venable, Bobbie Ray, 600 E. State St., High Point 

Venable, Edward Victor, 706 Wise St., High Point 

Vestal, K. M., Jr., Jamesville 

Wachs, William Ronald. Box 783, Pittsboro 

Walker, Willis Brown, 129 Tabernacle, Randleman 

Wall, Ivey James, Route 2, Ayden 

Warren, William Thomas, Box 253, Westminster, Md. 

Weitzel, George Kemper, 1312 Valley Place, S.E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Whitaker, Earl Arvin, Route 1, Box 2, Leicester 

Winters, Robert Ernest, Jr., Route 5, Morganton 

Woodlief, Charles Douglas. Route 1, Randleman 

Workman, Donald Clifton, 603-A Richardson St., High Point 

Wright, Harold Edward, Jr., Route 3. Lawndale 

Zimmerman, Oscar Vernon, Route 2, High Point 

Zimmerman, Thomas Jackson, Jr., 318 Warren St., Greirooro 



JUNIOR GIRLS 



Allred, Margaret Ann, 809 Arbordale St., High Point 
Alexander, Nancy Lucinda, 225 Norwood St., Lenoir 
Baughn, Betty Rebecca, 201 N. Seventh Ave., Mayodan 
Berglund, Marianne, 13 Alekins, Kinenkate, Tampere, Finland 
Biccum, Joyce Louise, 219 Woodlawn Ave,, Decatur, Ga. 
Beatty, Shirley Virginia, Sherrill's Ford 



Blackwood, Betty Jo, 504 15th St., N.E., Winston-Salem 
Blanchard, Kathryn Anne, Route 1, Warsaw 
Brown, Marcia Maryette, Box 802, Pittsboro 
Bulla Martha Ann. Route 2. Box 105-A, Asheboro 
Chastain, Linda Lee, 201 W. Ballard St., Cherryville 
Clay, Helen Hendley, 1105 Sunnyside Dr., Winston-Salem 



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Coates, Jane Wrenn, 902 Phillip St., Garner 

Craven, Nancy Sheppard, 407 Spring St., Thomasville 

Craver, Mary Lou, Route 4, Lexington 

Davis, Eleanor Roberts, Route 2, Box 342, Wilmington 

Davis, Peggy Jean, Route 3, Lincolnton 

Deaton, Sylvia Jane, Salisbury Dr., Mooresville 

Dorman, Betty Gray, Third St., Pembroke 

Downs, Mrs. Dorcas Rothrock, 705 Pennington Ave., Thomasville 

Duncan, Edna Rose, Hope Mills 

Everhart, Betty Arlene, Route )., Box 203, Lexington 

Fussell, Sena Carolyn, Box 41, Rose Hill 

Greene, Betsy Sue, 130 Spruce St., Badin 

Griffith, Lula Faye, Route 1, Box 322, Danville, Va. 

Harris, Mrs. Barbara Madison, 3703 Oakwood Dr., Greensboro 

Hay, Martha Louise, Box 383, Beaufort, S. C. 

Honeycutt, Audrey Rose, Lilesville 

Hoyle, Selena Clark, 107 E. First St., Cherryville 

Hunter, Lou Underwood, Turkey 

Jackson, Sara Catherine, Laurel Hill 

Jensen, Grace Phyllis, 98 Melrose Rd., Mt. Lakes, N. J. 

Joyce, Janet Irene Martin, Lawsonville 

Lewis, Frances Ann, Pembroke 

Lowder, Bertha Carolyn, Route 1, Norwood 

Macon, Ruth Ann, Box 67, Seagrove 

Marion, Frances Elizabeth, Route 1, Millers Creek 

Marlow, Helen Beatrice, 3601 14th Ave., Hickory 

McEntire, Caynell, Box 225, Wilkesboro 

Minter, Phyllis Carole, 323 W. Center Ave., Mooresville 

Montgomery, Sarah Priscilla, 901 W. Ray St., High Point 

Mounce, Helen Kathryn, 3965 Southdale Ave., Winston-Salem 

Nicks, Sylvia Stella, 701 Gordon St., Roxboro 

Olmsted, Patricia, 6025 S. Oakcrest Rd., Arlington, Va. 

Parker, Sylvia Anne, 126 E. Park, Mooresville 



Peterson, Elizabeth Ray, Route 5, Morganton 

Phillips, Shirley Ann, 1702 Guyer St., High Point 

Pickett, Marilyn Cecile, 1103 Oakland Ave., Durham 

Pollok, Lelia Coleman, 2418 Westover Dr., Danville, Va. 

Radcliffe, Glenda Mae, 312 N. 15th St., Wilmington 

Ray, Patsy Angel, 1402 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 

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 

Sink, Mrs. Elizabeth C, 120 W. First Ave., Lexington 

Sisk, Peggy Jeanette, Box 144, Southmont 

Small, Jeannette Munn, Box 418, Ardmore, Md. 

Smith, Irma Frances, Lawsonville 

Smith, Mildred Jacquelyn, 405 N. Green St., Morganton 

Starr, Anne Weaver, 611 9th St., North Wilkesboro 

Strickland, Elizabeth Ann, Gamer 

Stuart, Winifred Gravce, Box 157, Matewan, West Va. 

Stultz, Betty Chrystella, 3742 Sunrise Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Swetland, Alice Rae, 1604 Dixie Lane, Henderson 

Talley, Doris Maxine, Route 4, Concord 

Tomer, Faye Joyce, Route 3, Greensburg, Penn. 

Traywick, Kathy Irene, Route 3, Marshville 

Truelove, Harriet Kay, Route 1, Walkertown 

Tulloch, Carolyn Mae, 113 W. Spruce St., Titusville, Penn. 

Tulloch, Marilyn Kay, 113 W. Spruce St., Titusville, Penn. 

Ussery, Beverly Ann, 617 Coble St., High Point 

Wagner, Margaret Ann, Route 3, High Point 

Walton, Grace Ellen, 1016 Tabor St., High Point 

Westmoreland, Patty Ramona, Route 4, Thomasville 

Wilson, Margaret Brown, 6620 Marlboro Rd., Prince Georges, Md. 

Williams, Shelby Robbins, Route 2, East Bend 

Wright, Patsy Earlene, 304 Lindsay St., High Point 



SENIOR BOYS 



Afendis, Steven James, 18-41 Ditmars Blvd., Queens, N. Y. 

Alexander, Terry Renn, Jr., 415 Tate St., High Point 

Allen, Roy Byron, Route 2, Pinnacle 

Anderson, Charles Gilliam, 976 Fisher Ferry, Thomasville 

Anderson, Glenn Elwood, Jr., 121 Pasquotank Dr., Raleigh 

Anderson, William Harvey, Wm. & Mary Apts., 7-A, High Point 

Andrews, Norman Leon, Box 63, Ahoskie 

Armfield, Donald Franklin, Rt. 7, Box 234, Greensboro 

Arnold, Stewart, Rt. 1, Cameron 

Barber, Frederick Ray, Jr., 410 Edgedale Dr., High Point 

Barbour, Melvin Lindsey, 504 Hillsboro Rd., Carrboro 

Bean, David Alden, 609 Highland Ave., High Point 

Beauchot, Maury Franklin. Monroeville, Ind. 

Bell, Cecil Calvert, 120 College PI., Greensboro 

Benfield, Jack Monroe, 734 College Ave., Newton 

Benfield, William Grady, Box 144, Troutman 

Bennett, John Kemp, 2308 Gaddy Dr., Raleigh 

Berry, Frank Eugene, Rt. 1, Box 63-A, Trinity 

Bingham, Raymond Curtis, Rt. 3, Asheboro 

Black, Jimmy Ronald, 704 Harrison, High Point 

Bowers, Donald Ray, 213 Criclar St.. High Point 

Bowles, Arthur Monroe, 3296 New Greensboro Rd., Winston-Salem 

Brown, Blon Dean, Rt. 1, Jamestown 

Brown, Carl Hutson, 208-D Chestnut St., High Point 

Bryant, Raphael Luther, Kincomae Dr., Thomasville 

Burgess, Colburn Randolph, 904 N. Hamilton St., High Point 

Busbin, Onnie Mell, 316 W. Gore St., Orlando, Fla. 

Caison, Charles Crawford, 1302 Bradshaw St., High Point 

Calloway, Allen Gray, 2117 S. Main St.. High Point 

Calloway, James Roy, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem 

Cassell, Paul McRay, Jr., Box 37, Caroleen 

Caudle, Ollie Reed, 503 N.E. Ave.. Kannapolis 

Chapman, Ronald Eugene, 1008-1/2 Campbell St., High Point 

Clinard, Dudley Burton, 608 Oak View Rd., High Point 

Cook, George Paddison, 809 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Connell, Bobby Dearmond, 949 S. Park St., Asheboro 

Cornell, Gary Stiles, 89 Pleasant St., North Attleboro, Mass. 

Cox. Walter Carson, 1307 Cook St., High Point 

CoyI, Edwin Bernard, V. S. Naval Hospital, Newport, R. I. 

Craven, Floyd Thomas, 531 Oakland Ave.. High Point 

Darr, Jack G., 833 E. Devonshire St., Winston-Salem 

Davenport, John Louis, P. O. Box 335. Elizabethtown 

Davis, Charles David, Rt. 3, High Point 

Davis, Harry Spencer, Clemmons 

Davis, Richard Kearns. Rt. 3, High Point 

Deal, Gustave Pinckney III, 105 Laurel Ave., Charlotte 

Delk, Adrian Briggs. Rt. 2, Lexington 

Denny, Isaac Lewis, 721 Bridges St.. High Point 

Driscoll, Raymond L. Jr., 10139 Cedar Lane. Kensington, Md. 

Dvson, Ernest Charles, 112 Burkhead St., Whiteville 

Edwards, Frazier McLean, II, 2705 Bedford Ave., Raleigh 



Edwards, John Frank, 206 Louise Ave., Belmont 

Elliot, Robert Louis, 1609 Delaware Ave., Durham 

Everhart, Milton Gray, Cooleemee 

Freeman, Clarence Colbert, Jr., 1014 Johnsontown Rd., Thomasville 

Fulghum, Emmett Jackson, Box 212, Siler City 

Gansman, John Francis, 1402 Forrest Ave., High Point 

George, Donald Franklin, 202 Clayton St., Winston-Salem 

Gordon, David Morris, 610 English St., High Point 

Guslev, Jesse James, Rt. 3, Ferrum, Va. 

Groome, Billy Arnold, 920 Salem St., Thomasville 

Hall, Elmer Odell, Rt. 2, Elon College 

Hamilton, Warren Edward, 15 Magnolia St., Newington, Conn. 

Hardesty, William Robert, Shannon 

Harris, Robert Gentry, Route 1, Lin wood 

Hazzard, Franklin Devon, 2333 English St., High Point 

Hedden, Edward Lee, 1609 Pineview Dr., Raleigh 

Hicks, Kenneth Lamar, 908 Hollywood Dr., Jackson, Tenn. 

Hilton, Donald Lee, 104 Council St., Thomasville 

Hyatt, Haywood Braswell, Rt. 2, High Point 

Ivey, George Washington, Norwood 

Johnson, Charles Richard, 301 E. Main St., Thomasville 

Jones, Kelley Ray, Rt. 2, Jamestown Rd., Winston-Salem 

Joyce, Kirby Lee, Rt. 1, Sandy Ridge 

Lawson, Arnold Thomas, 1307 Highland Ave., High Point 

Levina, Donald Kerr, 923 Gordon St., High Point 

Loflin, Max Gordon, 1604 Guyer St., High Point 

Loftin, Charles William, Rt. 1, Box 259, Denton 

Loftis, Thomas Edgar, 301 Graham St., Mebane 

Mackintosh, Edwin Lee, 3008 West St., S.E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Misenheimer. Joe Alexander, 2107 E. Green St., High Point 

Mitchell, David Steve, 93 Rockhill Rd., Asheville 

Moss, Aaron Ward, 910 Bessemer Rd., Gastonia 

McGee, Donald Harding, Rt. 2, Box 28, Kernersville 

McMillan, Douthey Frank, 6 East Sunrise, Thomasville 

Newsome, Joseph Conway. Box 62, White Plains 

Nifong, Gordon Dale, 1834 Brantley St., Winston-Salem 

Parker, James William, 220 S. Elm St., Asheboro 

Parker, Kenneth William, 4973 Old Rural Hall, Winston-Salem 

Payne, Billy Dean, Rt. 1, Kernersville 

Pendry, Luther Mahlon, Rt. 2, High Point 

Phillips, John Bennett, Boonville 

Reavis, Larry Jones, 631 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem 

Record, Sion Leo, Rt. 2, Box 412, Kernersville 

Richardson, Kent Ray, 323 E. Meadow Rd., Draper 

Richardson, Harold Delano, 1802 Johnson St., High Point 

Roberts, John Kirk, Jr., 314 Boulevard, High Point 

Robertson, J. Wayne, 1009 Greensboro Rd., High Point 

Rogers, William Ray, Box 3, Taylorsville 

Rutledge, William Franklin, 110 Moore St., Thomasville 

Sanders, Luther James, 1100 W. Church St., Elizabeth City 

Sasser, James Howard, Rt. 1, Ellerbe 



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Satterfield, Eugene Thomas, Jr., 211 E. C. St., Erwin 

Schram, Charles, 210-B Chestnut St., High Point 

Shirkey, John Adams, 1330 Holly St., N.W., Washington 12, D. C. 

Shore, Benjamin Henry, Box 338, Dobson 

Sibley, Shelley Dan, Sharon Rd., Albemarle 

Siceloff, Joseph Benjamin, 1932 Hinshaw St., Winston-Salem 

Speight, Clegg Duboise, 123 S. Poplar St., Winston-Salem 

Sisk, Charles Wesley, Box 144, Soiithmont 

Speneer, Ted Lee, Lawsonville 

Squires, Douglas Ray, Rt. 1, Kelly 

Stafford, Ray Lemar, 1504 E. Lexington Ave., High Point 

Strader, Hassell Gray, Walkertown 

Surratt, Harold Allen, Jr., 912 Charlotte St., High Point 

Swiggett, Paul Larry, Rt. 5, High Point 

Talbert, James Henry, Box 1301, High Point 

Tate, James Vernon, 209 Waco Rd., Kings Mountain 

Taylor, Francis Stuart, Box 157, Pinnacle 



Thomas, Malcolm Lindsey, Box 601, Maxton 
Trevarthen, Albert Russell, Shuman Ave., Vineland, N. J. 
Vaughn, Charles Sidney, 309 Colonial Dr.. High Point 
VonCannon, Fred Lewis, 2509 Camden Rd.. Greensboro 
Walton. Robert Clyde, 54-C Wm. & Marv Apts., High Point 
Wampler, Norman Walter, 105 Sunset Dr., High Point 
Watson, Charles Lee, 204 E. Columbus St.. Whiteville 
Whitlock, Dwight Edward, Jr., 825 W. 6th St., Winston-Salem 
Wienberry, Bob Lee, Box 652, Galax, Va. 
Williams, Charles Ashburn, Rt. 5, Lexington 
Williams, Clarence Ray, Box 392, Star 
Williams, Kenneth Wayne, Virginia Ave., Spray 
Williams, Larry Eugene, 2728-A English St., High Point 
Williams, Robert E„ 615 Wesley PL, High Point 
Wingo, Granville Ross, 206 Spring St., Marion 
Zambrana, Benjamin Franklin, Cajon 9, La Paz, Bolivia 



SENIOR GIRLS 



Ayers, Barbara Ann, Route 1, Stuart, Va. 

Bennett, Elizabeth Anne, 904 West Market St., Greensboro 

Briggs, Linda Lou, Route 6, Lexington 

Bryant, Betsey Jayne, 602 Colonial Dr., High Point 

Buffaloe, Martha Jane, Box 74, Marston 

Burgess, Mrs. Ila Carolyn, 904 North Hamilton St., High Point 

Calloway, Carolyn Jones, Route 1, Lexington 

Chapman, Mrs. Edna White, 1002-1/2 Cambell St., High Point 

Chapman, Mary Louise, Route 1, Arden 

Crook, Mrs. Betty Rose J., 209 Kerns St., Thomasville 

Davidson, Monte Rose, 310 Spring St., Thomasville 

Davis, Joyce Anne, 1909 South Gate St., Durham 

Deaton, Carole Jean, 117 North Elm St., Asheboro 

Dickens, Martha Sue, Carolina Apts., Thomasville 

Dickson, Audrey Lee, Box 240, Horse Shoe 

Dillon, Mrs. Lawana Hunter, Route 9, Winston-Salem 

Dorsett, Eva Dell, 401 Welborn St., Thomasville 

Draughn, Mrs. Johnny Sue, Box 104, Dobson 

Early, Mrs. Betty Brinkley, 700 W. Lexington, High Point 

Evans, Eleanor Annetta, 327 Russell St., Ridley Park, Penn. 

Harrington, Daisy Pauline, Rt. 6, Box 172, Greensboro 

Hester, Patricia Gail, 210 Thurston St., High Point 

Hill, Sylvia Evans, Route 4, Winston-Salem 

Hodges, Willie Lieu, Rutker Glen, Va. 

Hodgin, Marcy Ann, Box 1350, Jamestown 

Holt, Sylvia Grey, Blair St., Troy 

Imwold, Carole Lee, 825 Slamford Rd., Baltimore 28, Md. 

Ingram, Sharon Francine, 105 Sunrise Ave., Mt. Gilead 

Jackson, Annie Sue, Rt. 1, Box 50, Elkin 

Lemmond, Jane Gayle, Box 241, Matthews 

Leonard, Ramona Lee, 408 W. Fourth Ave., Lexington 

Marlow, Irma Deedie, Rt. 1, Charlotte 

Martin, Jane Carolyn, Rt. 2, Denton 

Meacham, Betty Lee, Route 4, Rockingham 

Moore, Patsy Lee, Rt. 1, King 



McCullock, Martha Beth, Route 9, Lexington 

Murphy, Sarah L„ Route 4, Thomasville 

Nelson, Shelby Jean, Route 1, Madison 

Paisley, Billie Jo, 802 Uwharrie St., Asheboro 

Payne, Betsy Lee, Chestnut St. Ext., High Point 

Payne, Betty Jane, Chestnut St. Ext., High Point 

Phillips, Mrs. Hazel S., 505 14th St. N.E., Winston 

Plummer, Mrs. Margaret, Central Falls 

Porcelli, Lucia Marie, 905 Cleveland St., Durham 

Price, Margaret Annette, Mayodan 

Purvis, Barbara Carol, Archdale 

Robbins, Ronda Lee, 957 S. Salisbury St., Lexington 

Scruggs, Irma Jane, 4229 Marquette Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Smith, Emma Rhue, Rt. 1, Box 241, Guilford 

Stewart, Susan Loraine, 705 White St., Lexington 

Sumner, Euphon Laverne, Rt. 2, Box 154, Trinity 

Turnipseed, Martha Louise, 613 Walnut St., Statesville 

Tutterow, Clara Janice, 119 Park St., Statesville 

Waters, Mary Jane, 121 Duncan Ave., Wilmington 

Wilkes, Peggy Rich, 1508 Moody St., Asheboro 

Wilson, Judith Ann, 1700 Lakewood Ave., Durham 

Wilson, Mrs. Virginia McCam, Route 1, Trinity 

Yokley, Shirley Ann, 619 Arch St., High Point 

UNCLASSIFIED BOYS 

Dooley, Kenneth Ray, 2012 Blvd. St., Greensboro 
Fulk, Gary Lee, 1013 Westridge Rd., Greensboro 
Sherrer, Fred Raymond, 431 Friddle St., High Point 

UNCLASSIFIED GIRLS 

Overby, June Carole, 8?' Pine Circle Dr., High Point 



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