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Published bv the 
Student Body of 
High Point College 

High Point, North Carolina 



JANE SAFERICHT 

Editor 



ANN SURRATT 
Associate Editor 



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MARCO BREWER 

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H.P.C.-home away from home 
. . . Here we eat, sleep, laugh, cry, 
and learn for nine months. These 
brick buildings become our per- 
manent place of dwelling. And 
it is around and in these build- 
ings that our lives take new and 
different meaning. 






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Nine months, we spend in wist- 
ful dreaming during serenades, 
joining clubs with Freshman fer- 
vor, desiring mail, and just trying 
to be ourselves in the surround- 
ing college conformity. 




Above us stands a 
tower guarding all we 
do. Under her shadow 
we seek learning 
meditation, comp a n- 
ionship, love. 




Soon we identify our self with 
H.P.C. and brand car. We be- 
come participants in all the ex- 
tra college activities — we cheer 
our "panthers" try our own skill 
in inter murals, rush for our fra- 
ternity, play bridge in the student 
center . . . 






do research for that term paper, 
and wonder where our time goes. 




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The months pass and we ask 
ourself were they went. We are 
left many memories, and, more 
than this, we are left with some- 
thing else. We have gained 
KNOWLEDGE. 



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"King of the Charleston 



Rather than asking to he under- 
stood, he is understanding. 

Rather than asking to he heard, he 
listens. 

Rather than asking that toe love 
him, he loves us. 

He knows that the greatest tilings 
in life are those which when shared 
multiply — whether in the classroom, 
at forums, during consultations, or on 
the stage. 

He has shared with us poised indi- 
viduality and graceful wisdom. Many 
of us have come to a greater aware- 
ness of life and Life because his faith 
is strong, yet humble. 

Shakespeare wrote of one of his 
characters, "This was a man." 

Contemporary Hoi den Caulfield 
searched for the "real" man in a world 
of "phonies." 

We need not search. For in Dr. Wal- 
ter E. Hud gins, ive have found a MAN 
who is the REAL. 




For being what you are, 
We honor you . . . 




Dr. Walter E. Hudgins 



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. . . and back to High Point U 
from North, South, East, West, 
and High Point, we returned 
. . . weejuns, madras, and reg- 
istration lines confronted- us 
. . . the orientated Freshman 
learned the alma mata . . . 8:20 
classes and Saturday nite frat 
parties, ive are back in the rou- 
tine . . . switched to the brand 
of the tatooed man — no hi-fi 
. . . read "Gort" and laughed 
. . . watched and followed, hew- 
in . , . went to chapel without 
umbrellas . . , "X'd" our calen- 
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Our President 



MESSAGE TO CLASS OF 1962 

Almost overnight you have been transformed 
from students to alumni! 

We are proud of you. You begin your careers 
in a magnificent year, one abounding with op- 
portunities wherever you may go and however 
you may serve. Let me take this moment to re- 
mind you that the world needs what you have to 
offer.At no time in history have such frontiers ex- 
isted, nor has there been greater need for the 
knowledge, courage, and devotion of educated 
Christians as today. 

As you leave our campus we cant help hut 
reflect and hope. We hope that we offered you 
the right learning experiences and that you took 
advantage of as many opportunities for learning 
as possible. We hope that you profited from both 
your in-class and out-of-class experiences. We 
hope that you did more than learn facts, dates, 
and places— but instead have come to possess 
new knowledge and skills and attitudes that not 
only make you a better person, but better 
equipped to make your contribution to a world 
who desperately needs yon. 

God bless you and keep you. 




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ans 



TO THE CLASS OF 1962: 

The world today needs men and women who 
have learned to think for themselves. The future 
of democracy is dependent upon the qualities of 
leadership not only in the political area but in 
personal relations. 

My greatest hope is that you have laid the 
foundations for these qualities here at High Point 
College. The faculty and administration have 
tried to create an atmosphere in class and on the 
campus which fosters student participation and 
social growth. 

As your Dean, I am proud of the many ad- 
vancements you students have made these four 
years. If you carry through into your careers and 
lives the same enthusiasm and understanding of 
the problems of others that you have shown here, 
you will live useful lives and make a contribution 
to society from which all your associates may 
benefit. 

Good luck and God bless you all. 




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DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 





TO THE CLASS OF 1962: 

May I take this opportunity to express my 
great appreciation for the cooperation and spirit 
of fair play that you have shown through the years 
at High Point College. May you continue to use 
the growth you have attained here as you make 
your contribution in your chosen field. May life 
give to you all the blessings that you can assimi- 
late into your life. 



DEAX OF STUDENTS 



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HERBERT II. PETERSON 

Director of Endowment and Development 



DR C. R. IIINSHAW 

Director of Night School 



WESLEY \V. GAYNOR 
Bursar 

A. B. WILLIAMS 
Business Manager 

X. P. YAB BOROUGH 
Resist rar 



GRADY WHICKER 
Guidance Counselor 




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ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Lois Kropa; Mrs. Emily 
B. Sullivan; Mr. J. L. Mit- 
chum; Dr. W. J. Sowder 
Dr. R. R. Bellinger; Dr! 
Walter Black-stock, Head, 



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Mr. H. F. Burhans; Mrs. Alda T. Berry; Mr. 
George W. NettS; Mr. Joe C. Allen; Dr. 
Robert I. Hislop, Head; Mr. J. L. Nelson, 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. Christine McCall; Mr. 
C. F. Hartman; Dr. Jim T. 
Hamilton, Head; Mr. Virgi 
Yow; Mr. Frank R. Hassell 
(not pictured). 




MATH DEPARTMENT 

Miss Louise Adams; Col. Carlton J. Cook, Head. 




RELIGION DEPARTMENT 

Dr. W. R, Locke, Head; Miss Charmione Rose; Dr. Wait E. Hud- 
gins; Mr. L. Hughes Cvx, 




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FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT 

Miss Ernestine Fields; Mrs. Jane Mor- 
gan; Mr. J. L. Fryhover; Mr. Philip 
Reinrs; Mr, Raiford Porter; Dr. Lew 
J. Lewis, Head. 



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BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. William Lazaruk, Heat!; Dr. Ben II. 
Hill; Dr. J. M. Flowers (not pictured). 



CHEMISTRY AND 
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT 

Dr. E. C. Cummings, Head, Dr. 
R. A. Linebeny; Dr. C. L. Wil- 
son. 



EDUCATION AND 
PSYCHOLOGY 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. H. H. Peterson; Miss Ruth 
Worthington; Mr. It. I".. Cnhlc; 
Dr. Dan B. Cooke; Dr. H. E, 
Seidel; Dr. Dennis H. Cooke. 
Head; Dr W. P. Matthews (not 
pictured). 




SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Mr. C. R. Hormachea; Dr, L. M. Hays, 
Head. 




HISTORY DEPARTMENT 

Mr. James C. Di.ton; Dr. S. C. Deskins, 
Head; Dr. Helen R. Bartlett; Mr. Grady 
H. Whicker; Dr. Harold Wells (not pic- 
tured). 




MODERN LANGUAGE 
DEPARTMENT 

Miss Berta Hirtzler; Mr. J. H. Mired; Dr. 
Lois Kropa; Mr. N. P. Yarborough; Dr. 
Arthur E. LeVey, Head; Mr. Tom A. 
Williams. 





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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 
Mrs. Lois Livingston, Head; Mrs. Kathym Ring. 



DIRECTOR OF ADMISSION'S 
Mr. Stan Broadway 




ALUMNI EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 
Mr. Ron Wachs 




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LIBRARIANS 

Mrs, Louise Williams, Mrs. Ina Patrick. 



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HOUSEMOTHERS 

Mrs. S. T. Bennett Mrs Frances 
McKe eld n- Kerr. 




HEAD LIBRARIAN 
Miss Marcella Carter 




SOCIAL DIRECTOR 
Mrs. Janet Warren 



NURSE 
Miss Patsy Wall 



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DIETITIANS 
Mr. and Mrs, L. G. Wright 





PUBLIC RELATIONS SECRETARIES 
Miss Helen Brown, Mrs. Dorothy Price. 




BURSAR'S OFFICE SECRETARIES 

Mrs. Francis Caynor, Mrs. Viola Thompson, Mrs. Dorothy 
Kerr, 



PRESIDENT'S SECRETARY 

Mrs. Mary Spurrier. 

DEAN'S SECRETARIES 

Mrs. Lillian Mays, Mrs. Ann Harks. 




We pay tribute to 




With News Commentator Paul Harvey. 



Behind the scenes of each campus activity 
are vitally essential people who are seldom 
brought forward for just recognition. Because the 
Zenith Staff is well aware of this fact, we have 
chosen to dedicate this space to one of these peo- 
ple, thereby showing to some small degree our 
appreciation. The person we have chosen is 
friendly, charming, and understanding, and is 
never too busy to show interest in our campus ac- 
tivities, organizations, and in individual students. 
For her interest in our student body, for her will- 
ingness to serve, for the many reasons which 
words are powerless to express fully, we, with 
love, respect and gratitude, acknowledge . . . 




"Jerry, you students never cease to amaze me.' : 



Mrs. Wendell Patton 



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High Point College 




Board of Trustees 




J. Clyde Auman (Rev.) Josh L. Home 




S. R. (Stan) Brookshire Charles L. Kearns 




Mrs. D. S. Coltrane A. J. Koonce 




J. Harriss Covington Charles W. McCrary 




Eugene Cross Holt McPherson— Chairman 




Harry B. Finch Blaine M. Madison 




Tom A. Finch, Jr. Dr. J. Clay Madison 




Bishop Paul N. Garber James H. Millis 




Dr. C. L. Gray Dr. Wendell M. Patton 




Rev. M. E. Harbin F. Logan Porter 




Bishop Nolan B. Harmon Dr. W. Stanley Potter 




C. Felix Harvey III Mrs. Katie M. Rankin 




Horace S. Haworth L. Ferree Ross 




Charles E. Hayworth William F. Womble 




J. Vernon Hodgin Elliott S. Wood 



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High Point College 
First Fellow Citations 



(as of February 12, 1962) 
Mrs. Myrtle H. Barthmaier Charles L. Kearns 



Harry G. Bell 

A. Pat Brown 

Jack H. Campbell 

J. Harriss Covington 

R. Frank Dalton 

Thomas A. Finch, Jr. 

John C. Foy 

W. B. Hall, Sr. 

Charles E. Hay worth 

High Point Savings & Trust Company 

George E. Hutchens 

I. Paul Ingle 

C. T. Ingram, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Leipman 

Wayland H. Linthicum, Jr. 

McCrary-Acme Foundation, Inc. 

Holt McPherson 

J. H. Millis 

Mrs. L. K. Mobley 

Mrs. W. T. Powell 

Robert M. Silver 

Edgar H. Snider 

Carson C. Stout 

The Lilly Co. 

Elliott S. Wood 

Frank H. Wood 



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FRESHMEN OFFICERS: Gail Nichols, secretary; Fred Winters, president; 
Montague, treasurer, cheer at the bonfire sponsored by their class 



;»nd Steve 



I am a Freshman. Amid the confu- 
sion of packing and unpacking clothes, 
getting accustomed to peanut butter 
sandwiches, trying to conjugate verbs 
in a very foreign language, and rubbing 
my aching muscles after a rousing P. E. 
class, I have become a more indepen- 
dent individual with the realization 
that college is an experience from 
which I can gain nothing if I do not 
know how to live and work with others. 




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NANCY ADAMS 
LARRY AMICK 
BITSY ANDREW 
ANNE ARMENTROUT 
FONDA ASBURY 
REBECCA AUMAN 



CALLIE ANN BAILEY 
ROSANNA BAREFOOT 
CAROLYN BARNES 
JIMMIE BECK 
LINDA BENNETT 
RONNIE BERRIER 



LINDA BLACK 
MARILYN BLUME 
SUSAN BODNAR 
JIMMY BOHANNON 
FAYE BOLES 
KATHRYN BONNER 



STEVE BOOKER 
PAT BOWDEN 
ROBERT BRADLEY 
BETH BREARLY 
ROBERT BBENNAN 
LINDA BREWER 



BONNIE BROOKS 
CAROL BROOKS 
KENNETH BROWN 
DON BRYANT 
MINNIE BUNDY 
JUDY BURRIER 



JUDITH BURT 
MARLENE BYERLY 
LINDA CABOT 
BARBARA CACY 
BUCKY CALDWELL 
JUDY CALLOWAY 



ROBERT CARLOUGH 
ROGER CARMICHAEL 
LINDA CARTER 
MARGARET ANN CARTER 
LINDA CASSIMUS 
ALFRED COLLINS 



ROSALIE COMER 
SUSAN COOK 
DAVID COSTAS, JR. 
DOT COUCH 
RICHARD COX 
CYNTHIA CRAVEN 



SUSAN CULBRETH 
ARMAND DANIEL 
DEE DEE DECARION 
KAY DeMIK 
JANET DOBY 
JIMMY DOOLITTLE 




Class of 1965 

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Class of 1965 




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JANET DOSS 
JUDY DOWDY 
JEANNE DOWN'S 
DENNIS DRAPER 
JEAN DUTTO.N 
JANET EARLY 



CALLIE EAST 
SALLY EDMONDS 
J. B. FARLOW 
MARLA FIRSTENBERC 
LOUISE FOSTER 
ROY FOSTER 



KARON FRANK 
WAYNE FURMAN 
SARA FUSSELL 
PATRICK GALLAGHER 
AMELIA GARMON 
EDDIE LYNN GARNER 



JENNY GARNER 
HODOI.PH GIBBS 
FRITZ GIBSON 
SUE GIBSON 
PHYLLIS GILES 
JOE GOSNELL 



EZBA GOUGHN 
CLIFFORD GREAVES 
PEGGY GREEN 
IUDY GREENE 
MICHAEL GREENE 
ROY GREENWOOD 



FRANKLIN GRICE 
CAROL HAGGARD 
JAMES HAHS 
LAM HANCOX 
RHONDA HARDY 
JOHN HARGETT 



BILL HARRIS 
VICKT HASTINGS 
CHARLES HAWKS 
PAT HAWKS 
JUDY HAYES 
GAVE HEDRICK 



STANLEY HEDRICK 
GEORGE IIENDRIX 
MARCEL HERNANDEZ 
JANET HEYDENBURG 
PHYLLIS HILL 
BILL HOBSON 



BECKY HODGIN 
DOUG HOOKER 
LINDA HOYLE 
TULLIE HOYLE 
ROBERTA HUDSON 
LINDA HUMPHREY 



DEWEY HUTCHINS 
DONNA HYATT 
ALEENE JARRELL 
JEFFREY JOHNSON 
JOY JOHNSON 
LINNY JOHNSON 



SPENCER JOHNSTON 
ANDREW JONES 
CAROL JONES 
DON JONES 
EVE JONES 
JERRY KANDZER 



PATRICIA KEENER 
JEAN KELLY 
DAVID KEMP 
CHRISTINE KENNEDY 
JOHN KENNEDY 
GARY KIGER 



STEVE KING 
JOYCE KIRKMAN 
GRETCHEN KLINE 
MARIE KNIGHT 
JUDY LANE 
KAREN LANIER 



JOHNNY LANKFORD 
CAROL LAWSON 
KENNETH LAWSON 
ROY LEONARD 
SHERYL LINDBERG 
WILLIAM LIVENGOOD 



STANLEY MEADOWS 
ROBERT MEDLIN 
JANEIVE MICHAUX 
RICKIE MILLS 
SUZANNE MOCK 
STEVE MONTAGUE 



KAY MOON 
HAROLD MOOSE 
SHERRILL MORRIS 
ALVIN MOTSINGER 
BARROW MULLIS 
HAROLD MYERS 



Class of 1965 



JOHN LOCKMAN 




JANE LOGAN 




JOE LORBER 




SHARON MADER 




BETSY MANN 




BRENDA MANUEL 


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TIMMY MARTIN 


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carolyn McAllister 




IEAN McCOLLUM 




SANDY McHONE 




JOYCE McILVAINE 


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Class of 1965 




CLARA JANE NEAL 
DALE NEEL 
GAYLE NICHOLS 
NANCY NOBLETT 
NOB MAN O'BBYANT 
ELIZABETH OLDHAM 



ANN ORGAN 
BONNIE ORMAN 
RANDY PACKARD 
FAYE DEAN PAGE 
THOMAS PAGE 
HELEN PAISLEY 



CHRIS PAPPAS 
CAROL PARRISH 
RETTY CROSS PAYNE 
EDNA ALLENE PAYNE 
DONALD PEATROSS 
MILLIE PEELER 



BILL PHILLIPS 
MICHAEL PIERCE 
WILLIAM POPLIN 
CARLOS PRADO 
LINDA PRICE 
LESLIE PURIFOY 



JAMES RAMSEY 
AL RAUCH 
JUDY RAYKES 
DEANNA READ 
BRANSON REDDING 
RONALD REIGELMAN 



beth renfro 
larry Rice 
rosalind roach 
toni rochelle 
patty ann rogers 
betty' sue rogers 



MICHAEL ROSENMARKLE 
SUE LYNX ROTHKOCK 
BARBARA RUFTY 
RAYMOND SALMON 
CARLEKN SAMUELS 
MICHELLE SCHMIDLEY 



FRED SCHRAPLAU 
ROBERT SEAVER 
PAULINE SEAWELL 
TOEL SILVER 
SANDRA SILVERSTEIN 
JERRY SINK 



JERRY SHACKELFORD 
SYLVIA SHAPIRO 
ORHIN SHAW 
TONY SLATE 
SUE SMATHERS 
BARRY SMITH 



Class of 1965 



KIRK SMITH 
PAUL SMITH 
FOSS SMITHDEAL 
LAMONT SNIDER 
MARGARET SPENCER 
WILLIAM STAFF 



ANNE STALDER 
ROBERT STAMEY 
JIM STEWART 
KIRK STEWART 
JIMMY STONE 
LIBBY STURDIVANT 



JIM SURRATT 
BILL SWIGART 
SANDRA TATE 
JAMES A. TAYLOR 
JOE ANN TAYLOR 
DIANA TEAGUE 



IRELAND THOMAS 
HENRY THOMPSON 
PATRICIA TROTTER 
LINDA TURNER 
BOBBY VESTAL 
REANZA WALDREP 



JANE WALKER 
KENNETH WALKER 
NANCY WALL 
PAMELA WALLACE 
RITA WALL1N 
JOAN WARD 



ART WARREN 
SUE WATERS 
JOY WATKINGS 
BRUCE WEATHERLY 
WAYNE WEBSTER 
SUSAN WELLS 



JANE WHEELER 
BETTY WHITE 
GAYLE WHITE 
PEGGY WILEY 
CAROLYN WILLIAMS 
DONALD WILLIAMS 



JERRY WILLIAMS 
JUDY WILLIAMS 
WOODY WOODALL 
BONNIE WOODFIELD 
RONNIE WOODLEY 
GERALD YARBOROUGH 



NANCY YEAGER 
MIKE YETT 
BARRY YORK 





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MISS MARIA FLETCHER 

Miss America, 1962 

This year, The Zenith Staff feels honored to have MISS AMERICA 
OF 1962, Miss Maria Fletcher as our judge for the 1961-62 MISS 
ZENITH. 



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MISS DEBBIE 
CALLAWAY 



Miss Zenith 
1961-62 





Miss Zenith 



MISS MIMI MODLIN 



MISS LINDA SAMUELS 



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Finalists 




MISS DIANA WATKINS 



MISS YVONNE VAUGHN 




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New . . . new ideas . . . Miss America 
comes through like the true North Carolinian 
she is . . . Dot and Charles make profit with 
Miss I IPC . . . Lu Ann does hurried copy for 
Christmas deadline . . . "Rat" makes schedule 
after schedule and finally blank pages . . ." 
'Clarabel' could you take pictures tomorrow 
afternoon?" . . . Frank. Marilyn and Lou have 
war with the Greeks . . . Memo from Wood: 
Can you get those faculty shots today, Bill? 
Ellen blacks fingers and circles under her eyes 
. . . Margo to Joan, "Red or black this week?" 
. , . Richard tries to place "horizontals" in 
vertical slots . . . "Patti, eon Id yon do just one 
more thing?" . , . Whitely thinks of captions 
. . . "Saferight, HELP!" . . . "How is the typing 
going, Parker, Watley, and Michele?" . . , 
Business staff member to business staff mem- 
ber, "... and then he said, 'not this year'!" . . . 
fall . . , winter . . . spring . . . Success . . .??? 



JANE SAFERIGHT 

Editor 



1962 Zenith Staff 





ANN SURRATT 
Assoc ia te Editor 



CHARLES CARROLL 
Managing Editor 

DOT BARRICK 

Assistant Managing Editor 



LOU RICHARDS and FRANK PHILLIPS 
Creek Editors 



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JOAN BARTLETT and MARCO BREWER 
Co- Business Managers 



TYPISTS 



STAFF 






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Diana Watley, Typist; Patti Collivcr, Copy and Lay- 
out Editor; Marilyn Zoclk-r, Greek Editor, 



BILL BARNES 
Photographer 



ALLEN SHARPE 

Photographer 



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BILL TREVORROW 
Managing Editor 



LOUISE WHITE LEV 

jJK.siiic.s-.v Manager 

PEGGY McNAMEE 

Advertising Manager 



HENRY MAZZOLI 
Circulation Manager 



GEORGE WICGLESWORTH 
Editor-in-Chief 



Hi-Po Staff 




What words can best describe the 1961-62 
HI-PO? New? Better? Different? Daring? We, 
the staff, feel that each of these words are appro- 
priate; together, thev give a picture of this vear's 
HI-PO. 

The HI-PO is new, new from the staff to the 
printer. The HI-PO is better. We have better pic- 
tures, better articles, better and more up-to-date 
coverage. The HI-PO is different. We have a 
regular column on the front page, rotating edi- 
torials, and eye-catching fraternity page. The HI- 
PO is daring. The editorial policy is to print the 
truth, and some of our articles have been contro- 
versial. We feel that this year's HI-PO, being new, 
better, different, and daring, has caused more 
campus interest and has created a more informed 
campus. 

We feel that we have made many improve- 
ments, but many more are left to be made. It is 
our hope that our bi-monthly newspaper will grow 
into a weekly publication. Our hope rests with 
you-you, the' 1962-63 HI-PO staff. 



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HOWARD BARNES 
Layout Editor 



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STAFF 



MR. HORMACHEA 
Adviser 



EDITORIAL BOARD 





S G A 



Executive 



LEN LEWIN 
President 




BOB CLARK 
Vice-President 



The Student Government Association 
of High Point College strives earn- 
estly to carry out its purpose, that be- 
ing "to develop student honor and self- 
control, to encourage right ideals and 
promote personal responsibility, and to 
foster the principles of self-government.' 
It is the immediate duty of the Executive 
Council to employ this purpose as a gov- 
erning process by acting as a working arm 
and a co-ordinator of the other branches 
of the S.G.A. The Student Government 
has as its goal this year to become an ef- 
ficient organization in practice and not in 
theory. It sought to become a governing 
body and not merely a sponsor of activi- 
ties, even though this part of the program 
did not cease. The year began with high 
hopes and ambitions and ended with many 
accomplishments, not only on the part of 
the Executive Council, but on the part of 
the entire student body. Everyone gained 
a greater sense of unity and loyalty to the 
school they have come to love. 

The S.G.A. officers wish the Student 
Government success in the vears to come. 






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SANDRA HOOKS 
Secretary 




JERRY KYLE 
Treasurer 



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Judiciary Representatives 

"The Verdict Is Yours" 




The Judiciary Council, one of the three 
branches of the Student Government, is 

the final authority on all judicial matters. 
It has the responsibility of trying cases of 
infraction of S.G.A. laws, and determining 
and enforcing punishment for these infrac- 
tions. However, all persons accused of of- 
fenses are innocent until proven guilty 
and the burden of proof falls upon the 
prosecution. This year the Judiciary Coun- 
cil, with Dan Earnhardt as Chief Justice, 
has proven itself to be a stern and just 
court. 



DAN EARNHARDT, Chief Justice 



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House of Representatives 




ALLEN SIIARPE 
Speaker of the House 




The House of Representatives is one of the 
two houses that compose the legislative hody 
of the Student Government Association. Rep- 
resentation to the House is based propor- 
tionately on the membership of each class 
and honafide organization at High Point Col- 
lege. Unless a special called meeting is 
deemed necessary, the House convenes on 
the first and third Thursday of each month 
to transact any legislation concerning the 
Student Government Association. In impor- 
tant legislation this year, the House has 
passed both the Unicameral System and a 
revised edition of the Honor Code. Through 
competent representation, the House is able 
to initiate important legislation and fulfill a 
dire need of student participation in school 
government as well as to provide practical 
experience in governmental procedure. 



OPTIC LRS: Dave Burgess, Linda Wood, Francis Dail, and John 
Ward. 




Senate 




The Senate of the Student Government As- 
sociation is one of the houses of Student Leg- 
islature, composed of three members from 
each of the four classes of the college. The 
Senators are elected hy vote of the classes, and 
serve for the entire school year. The Vice- 
President of the Student Government serves as 
Speaker of the Senate, and is responsible for 
encouraging activity in the Senate and com- 
munication of legislation from the Senators to 
the members of the classes. This year the Sen- 
ate has dealt with many vital problems on the 
campus, and has passed legislation concerning 
every area of campus endeavor, from academic 
standards to specific social situations. The Sen- 
ate has been contributed to the enlargement 
of participation by students in important extra- 
curricular functions. 



BOB CLARKE 

Speaker of the Senate 




Will the meeting please come to order? 



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Women's Dormitories 



The Women's Dormitory Council serves as a mediator be- 
tween the women residents and the Student Government Asso- 
ciation. 

This year the Council adopted a new and more effective 
sign out system. There was a successful experiment with a no- 
lights out program for upper classmen. Greatly aided by the 
guidance and understanding of Debbie, Mrs. Bennett, and Mrs. 
Warren, the dormitory has had a verv successful year. 



DEBBIE CALLAWAY 
President 

Above, seated from hit to right: Mrs. Bennett, Sandra Wilson, Corrcspondmg Secretary; and Sandra Hooks, Recording Secre- 

Vice-President; Georgianna Hardin, Treasurer; Rosemary Mason, tan/. 




Below, seated from left to right: Grace Seaver, Judiciary Rep- 
resentative; Louiw? Stokes, Judiciary Rc)>resentative; Carolyn 
Frye, Freshman Representative; Kathy Sturm. Freshman Rep- 



resentative. Standing, from left to right. Julia Floyd, Head 
Proctor; Louetra Bloucher, Head Proctor; and Linda Kerrun, 
Fresh man Representative. 










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Men's Dormitory 



The Men's Dormitory Council strives .to work out 
minor problems concert nog resident students. This is 
done through close relationship with the Student Gov- 
ernment and the administration. 

Certain aspects of freshman orientation are handled 
by the officers of the Men's Dormitory Council. We be- 
lieve that education does not stop in the classroom; 
therefore we try to foster group living and an educational 
experience. 

The dormitory council has been very fortunate this 
year in working with the new resident mother, Mrs. 
McMeekin Kerr. She has been very successful in mak- 
ing dormitory life more enjoyable and rewarding. 





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Leader of the Clan . 



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The commuters an- led by Rudolph Cibhs, Vice-President; Marvin Ferebee, Treasurer; Fonda Asbury, Secretary; 
and David Culler, President. 




. . . 10:20 in hook . . , Another layover in 
the library . . . Must 140 hack for the game 
tonight . . . parking stickers and tickets . . . 
SNOW" and SLEET, can I make it? . . . Can 



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8:20 isn't meeting?!!" , . . Think I'll stay home 
today . . . 



Time for a Cote break! 



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Students 




The Senior Class chums him. 




Studying or lounging? 




Home again! 




Everyone, but everyone goes to assembly. 

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Alpha Phi Omega 





AL THOMPSON 
President 



JIM STEVENS 
Secretary-Treasurer 







PHIL COCIIIL1. 



DAVID JONES 



JAMES DAVIS 



JOE WILLIAMS 




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BOB MICHAEL 

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STEVE BOWER 



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Dr. Patton and Mayor Stout pose in front of the poor old car, which they are preparing to slaughter. 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service 
fraternity, the largest Greek letter organi- 
zation in the world. Its purpose is to as- 
semhle college men in the fellowship of 
the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friend- 
ship and to promote service to humanity. 
Mu Xi chapter on the High Point Campus 
received its charter on April 27, 1958. 




'Take that, . . . !" 




"Hey, look, Dr. Patton, he's hitting your name,' 



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High Point College Gavel Club 



One of the newest organizations on the High Point College campus, the 
High Point College Gavel Club, was formed early last fall by a group of stu- 
dents interested in speaking in public. By affording a small, sympathetic audi- 
ence and constructive criticism, the club gives members an opportunity to improve 
their ability to appear before an audience and to speak effectively. Every mem- 
ber is given the opportunity to speak at each bi-weekly meeting. The Club re- 
ceives assistance from both Toastmasters International and Piedmont Toastmasters 
of High Point. 



President David Roue calls the 
meeting to order. 



Commander George W. Netts, USN (Ret.), 
fatuity advisor, assisted in the formation of 
the Club and also in securing its affiliation 
with Toastmasters International. 









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Young Democrats Club 



Service to the college, training for students, and action for the com- 
munity are the things for which the High Point College Young Demo- 
crats Club stand. 

In the two semesters of the clubs existence, we have sponsored 
several public meetings for the benefit of the community and the college. 
Senators, representatives, and mayors have entertained and informed us 
at the college this year. We have planned debates, held information ses- 
sions, and have taken part in a close community election. These activiti- 
es have made the High Point College chapter the most active and the 
most talked about Young Democrats Club in the state. 





Young Democrats who are interested in the "New Frontier. 




Jewel Johnson, Second Vice-President; John Tattle. Fi«f Vice-President; Sl<ip Callahan, 
President. 




"The rewarding experience of student teaching 



Student 

National 

Education 

Association 



The purpose of this division of future teachers 

shall he to develop among young people who are 
preparing to he teachers, an organization which 
shall he an integral part of the state and national 
education associations. 




President Cynthia Fletcher calls a meet- 
ing to order. 




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Epsilon 

Sigma 

Omicron 



Epsilon Sigma Omicron is the profes- 
sional Home Economics Sorority. It is 
for girls who are majoring in home eco- 
nomics, and for the ones who are taking 
or have taken any course in home eco- 
nomics. 

The purpose of Epsilon Sigma Omi- 
cron is to promote a spirit of cooperation 
among the home economics members 
and their associates on the campus, to 
promote wider and better understanding 
of the value of home economics to other 
individuals, to stimulate interest of its 
members in professional growth, and to 
develop the personality, character, lead- 
ership, and social poise of its members. 










Caroline Pre st wood 
President 



Elizabeth 

Lnubsch'T 

Vice-President 



Marie Powers 
Secretary 



Mary Norwood 
Treasurer 



Carol Oeist 
Reporter 



Ruby Campbell 

Historian 








Ann Burns 



Barbara Caey Janet Heydenburg Linda Hoyle Linda Humphrey 




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Peggy McDaniel Barbara Oakley 



Sara Overton Barbara Pless Lois Richardson Rebecca Royer 

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Physical Education Majors Club 




The Physical Education Majors' Club is one of the 
more important professional organizations on the cam- 
pus. The chili was organized to further the individual 
welfare of its members; to foster activities in the field 
of Physical Education; to facilitate interest through pro- 
grams, methods, techniques and activities; to promote 
a sound campus and community understanding of Phy- 
sical Education; and to raise the professional standards 
for future occupation. 

The club is very active with annual projects such 
as Co-Recreation night, handling programs and the con- 
cession stand at the basketball games, sale of pins, send- 
ing delegates to state and national conventions, and 
awarding a plaque to the outstanding senior major. 
Also each year the club has a special project to benefit 
the department and the college. This year for the first 
time the club organized and sponsored a college bowling 
league. 

We hope that through membership in our organi- 
zation the students will gain the knowledge and tools 
to become leaders in tomorrow's world. 



President Sam White presides at a monthly meeting. 





Preparing for the half-time rush. 



I'll return this one. 





Let's go, team!!! 



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Intramural Council 




The Intramural Council is composed of mem- 
bers of the Physical Education Club and repre- 
sentatives of the four sororities on campus. The 
council plans a schedule for the sororities and inde- 
pendent teams to compete in various sports in- 
cluding basketball, volleyball, softball, and bad- 
minton. This year the council worked closely with 
the Physical Education majors to make Co-Recrea- 
tional Night a success. 



Dr. Hamilton fioes over a few details with the Intramural 
Council about the schedule. 



Watch the birdie. 





BanR-Bang-Bang-OUCH! 



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life . . RELIGION 




CHRISTIAN COLLEGIATE MAGAZINE 



None of us can live in the 
perpetual whirl without fuel 
from those quiet moments 
alone with God. Our wor- 
ship takes many forms and 
comes sometimes unexpect- 
edly. 

The soul's soliloquy . . . 
Dr. Locke, our help in ages 
past . . . the thrill of a new 
idea . . . the old weather- 
whipped, always inspiring 
cross ... a comforting mes- 
sage , . . thank you. 



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Student Christian Association 



MRS. ROBERT AMOS 
Advisor 





HARRY LILLY 
SCA President 




LOUISE STOKES 
SCA Vice-President 




BETTY TREECE 
SCA Secretary 



STEVE MONTAGUE YVONNE VAUGHN 

Freshman Representative BSU President 



STEPHEN HITE 

BSU Representative 




PATTI COLLI VER 
MSF President 





ROSEMARY MASON 
MSF Representative 



Annette Young 
"Westminster President 





NANCY MOFFETT SHIRLEY McDANIEL 



Westminster 

Representative 



Fellowship Teams 
Chairman 




MARY LOU FERRYMAN 

Fellowship Teams 

Representative 



SUSAN TILLEY 

Alpha Delta Thcta 

President 



SANDRA WARNER 

Alpha Delta Theta 

Representative 



FRANCIS DAIL 
Kappa Chi President 



LARRY MAXWELL 

Kappa Chi 
Representative 





JUDY LANE 
SCA Ptdtlicity 



PEGGY CREEN 
SCA Publicity 



Quelling minor religions organizational prob- 
lems, chewing pencils and pound cake, thanking 
Dr. Hudgins and Miss Rose, sweating a summer 
service seminar, working out an Easter sunrise serv- 
ice, burning the midnight oil at the auditorium de- 
tailing an assembly program, appreciating Mrs. 



Amos's ideas, caroling 'til their lungs cry and their 
hearts burst with happiness, sponsoring chapel serv- 
ices, crying, laughing, cheering, dancing, eating, 
thinking, worrying— that's the Student Christian As- 
sociation. 



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Tuesday at 3:30-herc we are again! 




The SCA sponsored the Finch Lectures. This year's speaker was Dr. 
Hugh Anderson of Duke. 



"The Prophecy of Amos" was a campus project sponsored hy 
the SCA. 



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MSF'ers study, work, sing, suffer, eat, laugh, think, and worship together. 




Patti is enthusiastic as she tells about 
the MSF State Conference. 



Methodist Student Fellowship 

Methodist Student Fellowship . . . picnic of the City 
Lake . . . "Where's the food? I'm tired of twisting" 
. the burning cross . . . that wonderful cross . . . 
plan, plan . . . What is life? . . . Motive . . . "John, 
lead us in a few songs" . . . but the greatest of these is 
love . . . Dr. Hudgins ... a real smile from a senior 
citizen at the Presbyterian Home . . . that conference 
. . . FIVE DOLLARS?! . . . Jameson Jones ... a new 
friend from Bennett , . . questions, questions . . , lo- 
custs, veal venders, prophets . . . Miss Rose ... a search 
... a faith . . . rebellion ... a friend ... a coke and 
three cookies ... a warm inner glow . . , MSF. 





Making Christmas favors for the folks at the 
Presbyterian Home was fun as well as rewarding. 



The Council plays an important role in the organization. 



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BSU'ers enjoy many rich experiences together. 



Baptist Student Union 

Baptist Student Union panel discussions . 

new ideas posters, posters sharing customs and 

cokes with foreign students the convention in Raleigh 

. . . Janice's belt making a big hit '"We'd like to in- 

vite you other five to attend" Tom Haggai's wonder- 

ful messages left-over sandwiches Patsy in the 

Miss HPC run-off love challenges BSU. 




Von reviews an important business be- 
fore one of the bi-monthly meetings. 




Hey, where are all of those fellows? 

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Westminister Fellowship 




1961-62 marked the sixth year on the High Point 
College campus for the Westminster Fellowship, the 
Presbyterian student organization, with Annette Young 
as president. 



The religious projects, participation in the relig- 
ious program of the college, and other activities, West- 
minster 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. McKinny. 





Meetings feature inspiring and enlightening pro- 
grams and discussions of importance to Christian stu- 
dents. Programs are followed by periods of fellowship. 
Students of all denominations are welcome to attend 
the meetings and to take part in the activities of the 
fellowship. 



The officers are Annette Young, president; Jane 
Smith, vice-president; Mary Lew Smith, secretary; Judy 
Longwith, SGA Representative; Milbrey Belaud, devo- 
tions chairman. 




Kappa Chi Fellowship 





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Kappa Chi is an organization composed of all men 
students who are planning to enter or who are inter- 
ested in Christian vocations. It provides a medium of 
religious instruction and a dynamic fellowship in which 
all members may share. Participation in other campus 
activities is emphasized. The highlights of the Kappa 
Chi year, which include the stimulating programs, the 
chorus performances, and the annual Thanksgiving ban- 
quet, are remembered for a long time by all members. 




THERON FARMER FRANCIS DAIL 

Vice -President President 



LARRY MAXWELL 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Bob Clark 



Dennis Draper Rodolph Gibbs Franklin Grice Dickie Hargett John Kennedy 








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Harry Lilly John Lockman Ricky Mills Pat McPherson Steve Montague Charles Nesbttt George Oxenford 





William Richards Walter Schenck 



Paul Smith 



Eddie Taylor Henry Thompson Charles Woodruff Manuel Wortman 



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Alpha Delta Theta 



Service, leadership, and friendship are three words synonymous with 
Alpha Delta Theta. These are our guiding principles as sisters in the service 
of Cod. Highlights of our year were the Pledge Program, which gave our or- 
ganization 29 new sisters. The outstanding pledge of the pledge class, Carol 
Ceist, was recognized at the initiation at M on then Methodist Church. Many of 
the girls attended our Fall Retreat at Millhrook, the home of Mrs. Ed Millis. 
Our "speaker at the Retreat was Mr. Grady Whicker. Again this year Alpha 
Delta Theta held weekly dorm devotions. Another year is uear its end, but we 
are sure it will always have a special meaning to us who are sisters in the serv- 
ice of God. 






MARCELLA CARTER 
Advisor 



SUSAN TILLEY 
Pre aide nt 



CHARMIONE ROSE 
Advisor 







Mary Norwood 
Vice President 



Ann Burns 
Secretary 



Janet Miller 
Treasurer 



Shirley MeDaniel 
Chaplain 







Natalie Tunstall 

Representative 

Student Government 



Sandra Warner 
Student Christ inn 
Association Rcji 



Carrie Whiteliurst 
Student Christian 

Association Alternate 



Lois Campbell 
Publicity Chairman 



To 






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Milbrey Behind Marilyn Blumc Linda Carter Snan Cook Jeanne Downs Jean Dutton lenny Garner Carol Gcist 









Abbey Hall Pam Hancox Gcorgianna Hardin Florence Harris Sarannet Holland Betty Johnson Linda Johnston Eve (ones 








JoAnnc Kearney Barbara Kinlaw Sylvia Leekie Fat Lewis Aodrey McDowell Betsy Mann Ann Martin Nancy Moifett 










Nancy Noblett Marie Powers Caroline Frestwood Linda Price Betty Sue Rogers Bonnie Saksa Pat Saunders Ann Surratt 









Sandra Tate Pamela Wallace lane Warren Mary Warren Elame Watkins Sue Williamson Carroll Wood Annette Young 



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Fellowship Teams 



The HPC Fellowship Teams are now in their eighth year of 
service to local churches. The purpose of this organization is two- 
fold: to strengthen the youth program in local churches and to lead 
youth in more abundant Christian living; to enable HPC students to 
gain experience in youth work of the church. Our teams strive to 
develop leadership among the youth with whom we work, to help 
the youth groups to help themselves, to present Christianity on its 
highest levels for all areas of life— through programs of worship, sing- 
ing, guidance in long-range and unit planning, recreation, and service 
projects. 





1960-62 Planning Committee 
Left to right: Carrie Whitehurst, Theron Farmer, Carrie Myrick, and Shirley McDaniel. 



SHIRLEY McDAMEL 
Fellowship Teams Chairman 



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Beth Brearley, Carrie Myriek, Chairman; Steve 
Montague, Pat Bowden. 



Jo Ann Jenkins, Marlene Brinley, Larry 
well, Chairman; Betsy Mann. 



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Eddie Taylor, Chairman; Nancy Wall, Charles 
Watson, Marilyn Blume, 




Seated: Betty Jones and Betty Trecce, Chair- 
man. Standing: Fred Winters, Jean Dutton, 
and Charles Woodruff. 



Seated: Janet Early and Janet Miller, Chairman; 
Standing: Doris Liles and Charles Hawks. 



Seated: Lee Hodgson and Naney Moffet, Cliair- 
man. Standing: Sandra Light. 




Seated: Joan Bartlett, Miehele Hope, Chairman, 

and Mary Norwood. Standing; Manuel Wort- 



Pete Moose, Henry Thompson, Ann Surratt, 
Sandra Tate, Sandra Warner, Carrie White- 
hmst, Chairman. 



John Ward, Jeanne Downs, Theron Fanner, 
Chairman; Eddie Lynn Garner, Dickie Hargett, 



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. . . changed from madras to 
raccoon collars, but no snow 
yet . . . student teachers bit 
nails, made lesson plans and 
scraped frost from windshields 
at dawn . . . anticipated a new 
Miss H. P. C. — Lou has grace- 
ful shoes to fill . . . Gail gave up 
one crown but took another . . . 
caroled, worshiped, danced, 
evacuated — Christmas . . . took 
Exams!! need more be said . . . 
watched "Amos" and an un- 
thinking student body thought 
. . . Rushed in February? groans, 
fixed smiles, tensions and at 
last-Pledges! . . . cheered a new 
team, a new queen and the 
same ole Phil . . . And finally 
snow . . . 





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Miss High Point College 1962 



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Miss 

Louella 

Richards 




Miss Congeniality 

MISS PATTI COLLIVER 



First Runner-Up 

MISS LINDA FERRAN 




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Second Runner-Up 

MISS JUDY RAYKES 





Third Runner-Up 

MISS MARY LOU TROUTMAN 



Fourth Runner-Up 

MISS GLEXDA BROWN 



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Taking a breather from the business at hand are the officers, Mary Lou Perynian, Secretary; Bil 
Fitlliu, Vice-President; Bobby Braswell, Treasurer; and Charles Nesbitt, President. 




Sophomore Class 



I am a Sophomore. My clays are filled with upper 

classman activities. I enjoy; 

responsibilities: 

. making the Freshmen wear beanies. 

. choosing a career, 
privileges: 

. lights on until two a.m. 

. dates every night, 
work: 

. psychology, World Literature, speech, 
dreams: 

. of becoming Juniors. 
. . of the fun I've had being a Sophomore, 



Sure .... I'd love to .... about 7:3(1? 



Hmm . . . don't know if that's 

conic in or not . , . 




Class of 1964 



CHARLSIE ABLE 
TOMMY ARNETTE 
JOANNE ATKINS 
ELLIS BAKER 
LYN BARROW 



DAVE BAUGHN 
GEORGE BEAM 
JULIA BEAM 
MILBREY ANNE BELAND 
STEVE BOWER 



THOMAS BOWMAN 
BOBBY BOYD 
FRED BRADSHAW 
ROBBY BRASWELL 
WAYNE BREWER 



MARLENE BRINLEY 
YATES BROOKS 
GLENDA BROWN 
WILSON BROWNING 
SUZANNE BULLARD 



BARNEY BURKS 
MARGE BURNS 
ROBERT BURNS 
NORMAN CALLAHAN 
LOIS CAMPBELL 



JOHN CARR 
NANCY CLAPP 
CLAUDE CLINE 
HAROLD COHEN 
MARY LEE COOTES 




SI 



Class of 1964 




RON COVEY 
DAVID COX 
LTNDA CRAVEN 
ROGER CRAWFORD 
BOB CROTTS 



SANDY CROWELL 
WAYNE CURRY 
LINDA DARNELL 
BEVERLY DAVIDSON 
BONNIE DENNIS 



GARY DENNIS 
TOM DICKEBSON 
DON DUTCGINS 
DIANNE ELDER 
GEORGE ELKINS 



THOMAS ELLER 
BECKY ELLIOTT 
TANE ELLIOTT 
BILL FALLIN 
LINDA FERRAN 



HARRIET FINERTV 
RUTH FITCH 
BOBBY FOGLEMAN 
CYNDY FOULKS 
DON FRAZIER 



CAROLYN FRYE 
PHIL GARRISON 
CAROL CEIST 
HUGH GENTRY 
GAIL GEYER 



Class of 1964 



ELAINE GREEN 
KENNETH GUNN 
FLORENCE HARRIS 
EVELYN HARRISON 
ROBERT HARTSELL 



BERGIE HATCHER 
GERALDINE HAUSER 
DAYTON HOLMES 
MICHELE HOPE 
CHARLES HOWARD 



IUDY INGRAM 

MACK ISLEY 
BETTIE JONES 
GARY KENNEDY 
TOM KESTER 



BARBARA KINLAW 
STAN KINNEY 
MARSDEN KITLEY 
BOB KORNEGAY 
BETTY KRIMMINGER 



JUDY LAMBETH 
BETH LEBERMAN 
SYLVIA LECKIE 
PAT LEWIS 
WAYNE LEWIS 



FRED LIEDKE 
SANDRA LIGHT 
DORIS LILES 
BRENDA LINER 
DONALD LITTLE 




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Class of 1964 




TERRY LLOYD 
JUDY LOWDER 
YANG SIENG LU 
ATHELENE MARLOWE 
ANN MARTIN 



Audrey Mcdowell 

CAROLYN McMASTER 
CAROL MERRICK 
JANET MILLER 
JUDY MILLS 



ED MITCHELL 
ROSA MAE MOORE 
GLORIA MURRAY 
STUART MYERS 
CARRIE MYRICK 



LOUIS NEAL 
FLETCHER NELSON, JR. 
JERRY NELSON 
CHARLES NESBITT 
DOTTIE NIXON 



NORMA OVERBY 
SHARON PARKER 
LYNDA PAYNE 
WAYNE PENDER 
MARY LOU PERRYMAN 



CHRIS PIKE 
ROGER PIKE 
PAT POINDEXTER 
MARIE POWERS 
WILLIAM PRITCHARD 



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Class of 1964 



BARBARA RANDALL 
LEON" RAPER 
JOHNNY REECE 
LOUELLA RICHARDS 
NINA RICHARDSON 



ALLEN RIERSON 
ELLIS ROUSE 
CAROLYN ROUTH 
BONNIE SAKSA 
RITA SAUNDERS 



PAT SAUNDERS 
RITA SAUNDERS 
FRED SCHNEIDER 
WALTER SHANK 
DAVID SHAW 



JOAN SHOCKEY 
HOB ART SIMPSON 
FRANCES SMITH 
HAROLD CLIFTON 

SMITH 
JANE SMITH 



SYLVIA SMITH 
TOMMY SMITH 
HAL SNYDER 
RICHARD SPAKE 
SANDY SPRINKLE 



BOBBY STAFFORD 
LINDA STEVENS 
BONNIE STILWELL 
LINDA STRICKLAND 
KATHY STURM 




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Class of 1964 



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JOHN" SYKES 
FROSTY TANNER 
EDDIE TAYLOR 
GERALD TERTZAGIAN 
DUANE THOMPSON 



BETTY TREECE 
MARY LOU TROUTMAN 
KATY UHLMANN 
JOSE VELADO 
ROBERT VON CAN NON- 



CARL VUX'CANNON 
NOEL WAECHTER 
MARTHA WALLACE 
GENE WALSH 
JUDY WARLICK 



SANDRA WARNER 
JANE WARREN 
ELAINE W ATKINS 
DIANE WESTMORELAND 
CARRIE WHITEHURST 



JAMES WHITESELL 
WAYNE WILKINSON 
IAMES WILMONT 
SUE WOMELDORF 
CARROLL WOOD 



LINDA WOOD 
LEONARD WOOD ALL 



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Fine Arts 



The Fine Arts Department . . . 
where the magic of make-up and 
costuming transforms our fellow 
students into dramatic characters 
from times past and times present 
. . . The tensions of a French court- 
room, the hustle of Broadway, the 
dramatic simplicity of the Orient— 
these become reality . . . 

Many hack-stage crews . . . ac- 
tors repeating lines time after time 
until they become second nature 
. . . rewards and challenges . . . 
Creative minds gathering in the art 
lab putting abstract ideas into con- 
crete form— the careful images of 
the minds eye. Music fills the air 
with sounds of every intensity and 
kind. Some— tine, precise, and pol- 
ished . . . others— telling of a less 
experienced, yet no less dedicated 
student, hard at work improving 
tone and control. 

Here is the most expectant atmos- 
phere on campus. At any moment 
a new character may appear on 
stage, a new idea may work into 
reality on canvas or in the sculp- 
tor's clay ... a new melody may 
burst forth, seemingly free from the 
mistakes of practicing fingers. It is 
perhaps a kind of magic, but more 
truly we might say it has a person- 
ality. It is magic with a unique 
personality— a personality which 
needs to be loved to live. 



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The Band 




Left to right: Chuck Miller, President; Dick 
Walker, Vice-President; and George Beam, 
Sec ret a rtj- T r easu ret . 



The concert: band helps to increase musical enjoyment and un- 
derstanding among its members and among its audiences 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 vear. 




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Hop aboard the Easter Egg and once again you'll he 
Among the concert choirsters where the fun and 
laughter's free. 

We're off again on choir tour and you'd better stay 
on your toes 

Cause with Dash at the wheel and Frosty's jokes- 
believe me, anything goes. 

We've rehearshed and worked quite diligently 
We've tried Uncle Jay's patience continuously. 

But now the worst is behind 

And we can settle back with a sound peace of mind. 

Indeed, our organization is quite unique 
For we're like a family so to speak. 

We share a deep and abiding pride 

When we stand with each other side by side. 

And when we graduate we never forget 

The fun, the laughter, the work, and the sweat. 

Choir was more than a purple and white throng 
It meant more than a name; we did more than belong. 



The Choir 



Jerry Kivctt, president, looks over a 
new sons with some of the rest of 
t lit- (Jan. 



"Uncle Jay" poses in front of 
the "Easter Egg." 




"Hurry, Frosty, we go out in 30 seconds!' 




Jay Fryhover has slipped away for a minute while the choir "breaks.'' 




The Tower Players 




The Tower Players of High Point College is the 
drama organization on cam pus, the members of 
which are drawn from the student body. Anyone 
who is interested in the theater, whether it be act- 
ing, lighting, stage work, or advertising and who has 
taken part in any of the phases of play production 
in any of the year's work is a member of the Tower 
Players. Having an impressive background of 
"name" shows such as "Death of a Salesman," 
"Macbeth,'' "The Glass Menagerie," "Guys and 
Dolls," "Teahouse of the August Moon," and "Girl 



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Crazy," the Players staged the memorable works 
to be seen on the following pages, which were given 
in the spring and fall semesters of 1961. The officers 
of the Tower Players in these two semesters were: 
ED STAFFORD President 

HARVEY SHAW Vice President 

VIVIANE LLOYD Secretary 

JERRY KIVETT Treasure) 

ARLEXE LANZIERI Historian 

JEFF JOHNSON Representative to the House 



THE APOLLO OF BELLAC, by Jean Gireaudeaux, was pre- 
sented by the acting class under the direction of Miss Jane DeSpain, 
and given in the assembly of February 8, 1961. This witty and well 
written one act comedv was well received bv the students. 




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The tremendously dramatic offering of the great 
Irish playwright Sean O'Casey, "Juno and the Pay- 
cock," was the Tower Players' major production in 
the spring semester being directed by Miss Jane 
DeSpain, and given on the 24 and 25 of March 



1961. This fine work on the Irish Civil War com- 
bined horror, humanity, and the breakup of a lower 
middle class family in Dublin to give the Tower 
Players a vehicle for a laudable performance. 





Costuming and make-up are two important aspects 
of any production. 



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"The Prophecy of Amos 



The play— a manifestation of HPC genius . . . 
Scripture plus Dr. Hugins' skillful interpretations 
. . . brilliant musical score by Dr. Lewis . . . Ed 
Stafford, who made Amos the prophet live . . . 
Phil Reines as the pompous priest . . . Selma Hazemy 



as the soft-voiced messenger . . . Marty Jacobs, a 
superb director and gentleman . . . Miss Rose, Clara 
Jane, Manuel, Uncle Jay, Pat ... a memory and a 
promise . . . "The Prophecy of Amos." 




the 
STUDENT 
CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 

4 

HIGH 

POINT 

COLLEGE 



Memorial Auditorium 

JANUARY 25 & 26, 1962 
8:30 P.M. 



the PfiOPHtcy of nrnos 

"A MODERN INTERPRETATION IN MUSIC AND MOVEMENT" 



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Students Art League 






In the spring of 1961, several art majors met with the purpose 
of forming an art club. Thelma Mitchell was the instigator of 
this idea and with the help of Mr. Raiford Porter, the Students 
Art League was formed. A constitution was written and stated 
the purpose of this club is, "to create for the students of High 
Point College a greater enjoyment, appreciation, and understand- 
ing of the world of art." 

Since last spring the Students Art League has grown and 
now includes twenty members. On our calendar of events this 
year were scheduled movies, a demonstration, and a show. In 
November we sponsored a display of paintings and prints by 
Edwin Shewmake for the College in the foyer of Memorial Audi- 
torium. To raise money we sponsored a "Mr. Ugly" contest. Then 
in December we held an art sale of the members' work. We have 
enjoyed our first year as a new club and already have many 
plans for the future. 



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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Chairman of the Social Service Projects for each sorority talk over their plans for their 
Christmas project with Mr. Whicker and a representative from the Junior Red Cross. 




THELMA MITCHELL 
Panhcttenic President 



MRS. COOLSBY 
Panhellenic Mother 




Rush , . . smile . . . worry . . . hope 
. . . pledges . . . pledge pins . . , 
pledge manuals . . . pledge duties 
. . . blazers . . . sweatshirts . . . 
parties . . . serenades . . . home- 
coming displays . . , Greek Sing 
. . . Initiation . . . pins . . . Sisterhood 
. . . Brotherhood. 




Bid Dayl 



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"Panhpl" Spirits 



GREEKS 



"Skid Row" 





INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



BILL KESTER 
IPC President 



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Gamma Eta of 
Alpha Gamma Delta 







Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse Uni- 
versity in 1904 and established at High Point College 
in 1955. The fraternity now has ninety-one chapters 
throughout the United States and Canada, "The Alpha 
Gamma Delta Quarterly" is the official publication of 
the fraternity. Red, buff, and green are the Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta colors and the fraternity flowers are the red 
and buff roses. 

















YVONNE VAUGHN FRANCES INGLE ALICE HOBSON 

Secretary 1st. Vice President President 






GEORGIANNA JUDY LONGWITH 

HARDIN Treasurer 

2nd. Vice President 






Debbie Callawny Mary Lee Cootes Cynthia Fletcher 



Judy Hall 



DeLinda Hutchiris Judy Lowder 









Carol Men-ick 



Betty Neale 



Joan Shoekey 



Mary Lew Smith 



Sylvia Smith 



Kathy Sturm 







Arm Suxratt 



Susan Til ley 



Sue Williamson 
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7 §' 

Beth Winstead 




Annette Young 





Our chapter was third nationally in scholarship iiml this picture 
"Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly." 



as in the 



Two Alpha Gam beauties and their dates at the Rose Ball. 



"Remember when" . . . Alpha Gam's service 
project was preparing "care packages" for our an- 
nual beach blast . . . Hat, Jane, and Deli spent 
an evening cleaning crabs . . . \ largo's legs were 
lobster red . . . the Sig Ep's staged a panty raid 
(Remember, Merrick?) . . . Beth was responsible 
for a Pennsylvania invasion . . . Lew played the 
uke into the wee hours . . . "Time Was" . . . 
when we wrote love letters in the sand . . . 

"Come September" , . . Alpha Gams back at 
Montlieu Avenue University . . . Sue's return to 
campus . . . upperclassmen rush— pledges Cyn- 
thia and Mary Lee . . . puffing away on Marl- 
boro's . . . the party in Joanie's basement and 
Judy's superb food . . . another vivacious pledge, 
Chris . . . the harvest party at Oak View Grange 



. . . candlelights in third-floor penthouse suite 
. . . Des dazzling diamond . . . Betty Neale 
pinned in the administration . . . Sylvias fabulous 
weekend at Clemson . . . visiting our "rich' alums 
on Rotary Drive . . . Kathy's third floor seclusion 
. . . decorating cafeteria for holidays . . . the 
Christmas dance . . . our Rose Ball . . . Lucky 
Larry finally capturing Bunny-Rabbits heart . . . 
"Memories are Made of This" . . . Alpha Gam 
capping first place in scholarship on campus . . . 
Deb being "Queen Bee" of the dorm . . , Judy 
and George— our marshals . . , Margo and Debbie 
—"Who's Who" . . . Von heading Panther cheer- 
ing squad . . . AGD's as Queen and Maid of Honor 
in May Court . . . Alpha Gams looking forward to 
another big beach trip . . . 





"Beth Pledge" marries Alpha Gam in a mock marriage ceremony 
before initiation. 



1'un n sunn us — at Myrtle Beach. 



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Gamma Gamma of 
Kappa Delta 




Kappa Delta Sorority was founded on October 23, 1897, at 
Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. It has been expanded 
and strengthened by many thousands of college women who have 
formed close ties within its bounds and found self-expression in 
building its organization. 

Our white rose, symbol of purity and honor, holds our story 
enveloped within its folds. The day we become pledges the bud 
of the rose materializes. This day brings a glimpse of the happi- 
ness that will be ours tomorrow as the bud matures. Through 
work, care, and love, the bud is finally a rose in full bloom. Our 
hearts have been passed into the full bloom of maturity and 
Sisterhood. 

Forever striving to do that which is right and true, we, the 
members of Kappa Delta, have found the key to the future 
through love, honor, beauty, and truth. 







CLAIRE ROSE 
Secretary 



MARCARETTE 

DAMEWOOD 

President 



EVA DEU, SMITH 
Vice-President 



LINDA WOOD 
Treasurer 








Joyce Beach 



Betty Bcnce 



Nina Bur rift 



Gail Geyer 



M area ret Hester 





Judy Lamlieth 



Judy Mill 5 






Mimi Modlin 






Norma Overbi 



Linda Payne 





Judie Rollins 



Martha Wallace 



Cathy Willard 



Diani> Westmoreland 



Judy Warlick 



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The next Miss North Carolina?? 



No comment! 



I'm KD, my hair is seaweed . . . Had the good 
beach trip . . . Everybody's rockin! . . . Hey Woody, 
get out of the food box . . . quote: "I'm miss High 
Point College" . . . Rink and Charlie pinned . , . 
Official Kappa Delta limousine at the beach— '37 
Olds driven by chauffeur Damewood , . . Marilynn, 
you know you can't wear that bikini on the beach 
. . . After a restful(?) summer, back to "Moutlieu U." 
, . . Boy are these courses getting harder . . . Con- 
centrate, meditate , . . Don't panic Eva Dell, you'll 
find your religion notes . . . Okay everybody, it's 
party time! . . . The KD's are some of your sharper 
cooks . . . Let's eat Italian style . . . Has anybody 
seen Norma and Harold? . . . Nina and Ellis at the 



Suppressed Desire Party . . . Rosebud, what was 
that contest you won? . . , Hoot! . . . Lets play 
bridge . . . Rollins, have you enrolled for driving 
lessons yet? . . . Lambeth finally gets the hig dia- 
mond . . . Who's on the third shift tonight Lynda? 
. . . Welcome to Sisterhood Stinky, Diane, and 
Martha . . , Busy preparations for rush . . . Old 
South Ball at the country club was a gala event 
. . . Have you seen those sharp KD pledges? . . . 
We'll always remember White Rose Weekend . . . 
Exams are forgotten as Kappa Deltas gather at the 
beach for another fabulous week . . . See y all down 
there! 





Oh! My aehitt' hack!! 



R.A.W.S.S.!! 



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Gamma Zeta of 
Phi Mu 




And so Phi Mu was born . . . 

One hundred and ten years ago, March 4, 1852, at Wes- 
leyan College, Macon, Georgia. It was there that three young 
women founded the Philomathean Society, and a heritage be- 
gan. A rich heritage ever strengthened by the high ideals of 
love, honor, and truth. Pin Mu's continually strive for deeper 
understanding and respect for the individual. The open motto 
"Les Soeurs Fideles," or "the faithful sisters, binds Phi Mu's 
in loving service in 85 chapters across the country. 








LOUISE STOKES 


LU ANN 


PEGGY HILL 


Treasurer 


GUIGNARD 

Secretary 


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TANK SAFKR1GHT MARILYN ZOELLER 
Vice-President Pledge Director 






Joan Biirtlett 



Denise Brown 



Glenda Broun 



Suzanne Buibard 



Marge Bums 



Kiity CJemonts; 









Linda Ferran 



Harriet Finer ty 



Miehele Hope 



Julia Jones 



Lynda Lloyd 



Put Peterson 








Kay Phillips 



Linda Samuels 



Kay Thompson 



Betty Treece 



Ma ry Lou Tr ou tma n 



joo 




Ipana SeptupJcts 




"(•oniltjyr tli m 1 viivM, I'lii nil l<i i tin: tiriuv' 



What a year! Everyone's here for orientation 
. . . Hello, U.S. Treasury Dept? HELP! ... Hit the 
Road, Jack . . . That's spaghetti? . . . Listen, now. 
Pledges, and you shall hear of the famous goat ride 
we take each year . . . B-a-a-a . . . Will someone 
PLEASE teach Ferrari how to twist? . . . Want to 
buy a calendar? . . . DUES? I'm broke . . . Does 
anyone have a No-Doze? . . . What? All that smok- 
ing and no prize! . . . Jane, Who is Who? . . . 
Hawaii!! Aloha- HA!! . . . Laundry, anyone? . . . 
Pat raises Pan-hel . . . Boys lit up with our ban- 
quet favors . . . You'll he a little smart, Dommie! 
. . . Welcome to the Phi Mu Big Top. with sawdust, 
clowns, snowcones . . . Pledges are tops on campi, 



per se . . . Proud? You bet we are! . . . Oh, how 
tragic! . . . Guinne graduates . . . Thanks to Uncle 
Sam, Five are stuck in the dorm . . . Jamestown 
Legion, here we come . . . Intramurals vs. Athletes 
Anonymous . . . T rouse and Treetman, what's that 
Black Hint) on your door? . . . Sam and Boone, 
cheering for the team or those fraternity pins? . . , 
Dim lights, soft music, late hours— just another art 
project . . . The Browns "rock" up , . . Bartlett, put 
some clothes on those sculptures . . . Kay, please 
go to the game tonight . . . Slow down, Suzanne, 
you're in the S-O-O-O-U-TH . . . Exams are over, 
and BEACH, here we come!! . . . Let's twist again 
. . . ETC . . . 





Moonlight • - . Carnations . . . Phi Mu 



I'lii Mu is everywhere!! 



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Delta Gamma of 
Zeta Tau Alpha 







Since it's founding at Loftgwood College, Fannville, 
Virginia, on October 15, 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity has 
fostered a close bond of sisterhood for over forty thousand 
girls. The one-hundredth link was added to Zet's silver chain 
of chapters when Lambda Alpha Phi, a loca) sorority at High 
Point College, became Delta Gamma Chapter of the 
National Fraternity on May 11, 1957. Every member of Zeta 
Tau Alpha holds dear the colors of our Fraternity, steel gray 
and turquoise blue, and the fair flower, the white violet, 
which are the emblems of a sisterhood whose noble purpose 
is to intensify friendships, foster a spirit of love, create such 
sentiments, perform such deeds, and mold such opinions as 
will conduce to the building up of a purer and nobler woman- 
hood in the world. 








CATHERINE GAVLE PAXTON 

MARTIN President 

Recording Secretary 



^P 



CAROLYN FRYE REBECCA ROYER 
Corresponding. Treasurer 

Secretary 







Dot Barriclc Carol Blake Judy Branch Marlene Brinlcy Jane Elliott Anne Emery Elaine Greene 






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fy f5 f) 



Ellen Johnston Bettie Jones Donna Lawrence Viviane Lloyd Linda Lovcn 



Dell McGinn Tlielma Mitchell 









Nancy Moffett Nelda Murray Barbara Bandall Ann Kinsley Judy Rogers Duanc Thompson Jean Young 



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"Come on and smile, smile, smile, "cause you're a Zeta. 



To raise vour glasses high, and drink to ZTA tonight!" 



Iii a cloud of Just the day -dodgers, Ringley, Jane, 
and Barbara, came screeching to a halt at the Pan- 
hellenic House in Elliott's yellow convertible, just 
in time for a Zeta meeting. Inside the house Presi- 
dent Paxton called the meeting to order with a rap 
of the gavel and, "Hey, y'all, let's get the show on 
the road!" Magoo with Moffett and the pitch pipe 
led the singing, while Dot tried to control Emery 
and her twisting. 

Donna suggested that we have a party instead of 
the next standards program. Draino, agreeing with 
the suggestion, proposed selling hamburgers to 



finance the party. The following places were sug- 
gested: Carol, the Citadel . . , Mailene, Ft. Jack- 
son . . . Tern, Sig Ep House . . . Bettie, Mrs. 
Flythe's . . . Rogers, High Point Public Library . . . 
Generals Catherine and X'elda. Theta Chi section 
. . . Jean, Judy, and Loven, not at die Molev Hole. 
Scooter and Elaine agreed to get dates for every- 
one including recent hride Rover. For a change 
Ellen volunteered to make decorations . . . Smiley 
promised special entertainment. After the meeting, 
Becky took everyone out for a pizza in her hot red 
Nash. 





Tell mc about the "Hot as Hades" party! 



"My Theta Chi man gave his pin to me 



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Delta Zeta of 
Delta Sigma Phi 




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

A Delta Sig is many things. lie is a person who loves his 
fraternity and what it stands for. lie is willing to make personal 
sacrifices for his fraternity without expecting applause. He has 
learned to respect others and puts the interests of the group he- 
fore his own. He is interested in improving his scholarship; in 
developing his personality, and in making a leader of himself. 
He realizes (lie help his fraternity will give him in later life and 
the advantages it offers him. Leadership . . . Scholarship . . . 
Personality development . . . Social Life . . . Lasting Friendships 
. Development of Talent of Talents . . . These things are 
characteristic of a Delta Sig. 




BOB 

KORNEGA1 

Secretary 




Larry Cravei 




Marvin Manuel 




ALTON lOM'N 
Pled tic Director 



Francis Dai I 




Dim al d Phillip 





TOM 

FERGUSON 

President 




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Dan Earnhardt 




I- I.: I S. Ill:, hi.-. 





DAVE BURGESS 
Vice-President 




David Kenerley 




Allen Sharpe 





LEE ROY 
KERNS 

Treasurer 




Wayne Lewis 




David Shaw 




Jot' Thomas 



Roll Vensey 



Chris Woodman 



Ronald Yarborough 



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Aloah!!! 




'Ill'- "lll'JIliiii- ,lttrr" 



1961-1962 will always stand out as being an 
active year , . . having a "hall" at Drapeau's wed- 
ding . . . Lee Roy at the National Convention in 
Kansas City . . . Tom Ferguson's engagement . . . 
parties at Thomas ville and Mrs. Flythe's . . . new 
pledges initiated . . . Bob, Francis, and Winfred as 
Junior Marshals . . . "Clarabelle" dates another 



. . . "Hi-Ho" or "Hi-Po" , . . Engineered Leadership 
Banquet . . . Exams . . . Rush parties . . . Carna- 
tion Ball . . . more parties in the spring . . . Sailor's 
Ball "blast" in S, C. . . , graduation— flood Luck!! 
A year to be remembered and cherished by all. 
This is just another enjoyable year in Delta Sigdom. 



MISS GAIL GEYER 
Fraternity Sponsor 





Winning displaj 



HI" 



Iota Phi Zeta of 
Lambda Chi Alpha 




Lambda Chi Alpha was founded nationally at 
Boston University in 1909, and locally in 1954. 
"The Cross and Crescent" is the official publication 
of Lambda Chi Alpha. The flower is the white 
rose, and its colors are purple, green, and gold. 




PAUL MURPHY 

Pledge Trainer 




DON' CASHION 
Vice-President 




I. K. LONG 

President 




BOB CLARK 

Seereturif 




LARRY WILSON 

Treasurer 




Gene Walsh 





HACUE 
BOWMAN 

Social Chairman 






FRANK PHILLIPS TONY LASALA 

Corresponding Ritualist 

Secretary 






John Ward 




RalpTi Clements 



Bill Tallin 



Man-in Frri'brv 



I').. 1 -, r Kn^-i 



Tommy Slauchtei 









Gent 3 Blake 



Barney Burks 



Pete Moose 



Bill Adams 



Dave Culler 



Bill Ferrazano 



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Wasn't it a ball?? 



And Happy New Year's Eve?? 



This has been a most successful year for Lambda 
Chi Alpha. Much water has gone over the dam, 
carrying with it certain events and leaving fond 
memories. 

Our social activities were "TOPS." The out- 
standing being the annual "White Rose" and "Beach 
Ball." What a time! Anyone disagree? 

During the year we saw the wedding hells ring 
for three of our brothers, congratulation to Ralph, 
Dave and Carroll. 



Lambda Chi is well represented officially in 
various campus organizations. We are proud of 
our brothers who hold these offices. 

We welcome Bill Adams' return to High Point. 
He saw the light and came south again. 

Remher the serenades? We hear our singing 
has improved. Will Brothers Wilson and Phillips 
forget those nights? 

As we hold on to our memories, we also look 
forward to the future. 



BECKY (MRS. J. K.) LONG 
Fraternity Sponsor 



Then there was the TWIST 





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Delta Omega of 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




Pi Kappa Alpha was founded national])' at the 
University of Virginia in 1868, and established at 
High Point in 1955. The publication of Pi Kappa 
Alpha is "The Shield and Diamond,*' and the colors 
are garnet and gold. The Flower is the lily of the 
valley. 




GARY KH\ 
Treasurer 







HAKOLD 
McDANIEL 

President 




TOMMY 
BUTNEE 

Secretary 






Bobby Lloyd 



Laine Mashbum 



Ni.d SiLir.,tt 



Norman Simpson 








Garland Kinney 



Bill Hester 



Stan Kinney 



Charlie Williard 



Tom Kester 








Doug Barr 



Thad Lottery 



Harold Terry 



Brad Lorn ox 



George Welch 



HIS 




Quick, Ern, what's the current Iwnk l>ali>nci'??? 




Easy, Thaddeus 



TWO shows tomorrow! 



The Pikes have been known to , . . Welch, 
you finally found the right one . . . Say, Barr, tell 
fus another short story about your last trip . . . How 
does it feel to keep hooks with three fingers, Ern 
. , . Butner, they are having a sale on ascots today 
. . . Don't tell us B. Kester, we know it will never 
happen to you, again . . . Lowery, you and Robbie 
dating again tonight . . . Lloyd, how much do three 
-pins cost . . . The surf sure is cold at night, isn't 
it Mashburn . . . Bartender McDaniel, another 
round . . . T. Kester, you going steady today . . . 
The Kinney brothers plow another furrow off the 
17th . . , Simpson dates an artist . . . Snyder tries 

MISS JUDY RAYKES 
Fraternity Sponsor 



another discus at Elon . . . You're gonna wash the 
paint off that car, doughnut . . . Williard, you paid 
how much for that ring . , . Holt, don't forget to 
take that tub back . . . What you running for this 
year, Kyle . . . Tern makes a "( ' ' average, much 
to the amazement of all . . . Lomax takes every- 
body to the beach in an open-bed (truck, that is) 
. . . The Dream Girl was great, as near as anyone 
can remember . . . Who isn't going to the beach 
. . . "The KIDS'' come through . . . Another great 
year ends with a lot of memories. And say, if you 
need us we'll call you! 





Do you afiree ? 



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N. C. Eta of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 




ti, 



Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded in 1901 and today is 
ird in number of chapters with 152 and ninth in total 
membership with over 60,000 active brothers. ^ Son, fathers, 
and grandfathers wearing the "Golden Heart" have passed 
through the halls of Epsilon. Sigma Phi Epsilon offers 
opportunities for brotherhood and personal development 
that arc unmatched in the fraternity world. It is interested 
in the kind of individual who will be a credit to his com- 
munity, his school, his fraternity and himself. 





BILL TREVOR ROW 
Pled fie T miner 



CHI CK Mil LER 
Secretary 



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FETE STURM 
president 




JAY BRUMBLEV 
Historian 




Jimmy Edwards 







i 
Logan Porter George Wigglesworth 






Robert McKechnie 



John Urian 



Bill Steed 



Dave Bau ^h n 

\ 

John Carr 



Bill Webb 




Ed Mitchell 





Steve Hite 



Fred Stone 



no 




John and company 




Now, don't be bashful 



. . . Smile, John, Playboy will be out Thursday 
. . . Wear the crown on your head, Pete, not on 
your shoulders . . . Hey, f rev! What did Bert see 
when he walked into your room at the Sig Ep Ball 
last year? . . . Wasn't it George who passed out at 
Charlies' Day . . . "Nighty, nighty," Wilson . . . 
Got your season ticket to the "Pit" yet, Ted? . . . 
Let's go to Charlotte for a hamburger Chctchic 
. . . Yeah, they do look like 5-pound sacks of sugar, 
Willy . . . Who taught you to twist, Len? . . . Which 
sorority party are vou attending tonight, Charlie? 
... I hear Chuck burnt the toast at the beach for 



the third year in a row . . . Get up, Harris, you've 
got six cuts in religion already . . . You got what 
painted red, Frank? . . . By the way, Suitt, don't 
forget to look under your car's seat . . . "Let me tell 
ya' now, begins Sigma Baughn . . . Sure enjoyed 
that combo at the fall rush party, Ed . . . Here 
comes "Hey, got a cigarette?'* Hite . . . How long 
are you staying at HPC this time, Fred? . . . Why 
the red nose, Jimmy? . . . Aw, come on, Logan, not 
seven flat tires? . . . Been picked up latch— and then 
dumped after the game. Can? . . . Been to Rich- 
mond lately Jay? . . , 




Jilil* Jknwm 




Resting on his laurels?? 




MISS DIANE WATKINS 
Fraternity Sponsor 



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Epsilon Alpha of 
Theta Chi 




Theta Chi Fraternity was founded nationally 
at Norwich University in 1856, and the local chap- 
ter in 1954. Military red and white are the colors 
of the fraternity, and the flower is the red carnation. 
The publication is "The Rattle of Theta Chi." 







Charles Carroll 




George Srour 





GARY DAVIS 
President 




Jerry Kivetfe 




Bobtiy Bra swell 





BILL DAVIDSON 
Pledge Marshal 




Lcn Lewin 




Gene Greshan 





IHI. I. Mi KIM.I'.I 
Secretary 




Tom Bivens 




Larry Maxwell 





HAYWOOD 
EDMUNDSON 

Vice President 



V 

I 

Bill Gladstone 




Charlie Wsbitt 





Walt Schenck 




John Tuttle 




Tom Myers 



Mickey Boles 



Harry Li lis 



Bull li.itli 



V. Richard Hayes \v. Tommy Amctte 



II: 




And then lie tried to tell me I had throe cuts in chapel . . .! 







No CHEESE . . . and all that! 



It has been a great year . , . meeting the new 
freshman and transfers ... a Rush week of smiles 
and 3 days of silence filled with anxiety . . , the 
pledge tasks and trips . . . Six serenades! . . . 
Who's the next? . . . Chow finally made it; the Red- 
Head is bound to come through now . . . The Greek 
sing and the Greek yell, our months can get us 
places . . . Lost again to Wake Forest, but it was 
fun . . . The parties are but fond memories: The 
Luau, Sword and Serpent, The Sweetheart Ball, 
the Mason-Dixon Jubilee, the Dream girl Ball and 
week-end, the parent-brother picnic . . . Carlos 



always with the Queens . . . Volleyball champs . . . 
5 for .5! . . . Lewin serves SGA! . . . Squat on an- 
other diet? . , . Yo-Yo finds true love . . . Ape and 
who? Oh, Grandmother . . . Mack-back yet? . . . 
Schmilt s. wedding a Mast, as Kivett . , , The Buff 
moves on . . . George snowed? . . . Marietta pond 
sees much action . . . Bartlett reigns as Sweetheart, 
Terri as Dreamgirl . . . The beach-be prepared for 
deep snow . . . then . . . Seniors graduate ending a 
great year for both Brothers and pledges, a year of 
fellowship, friendship, a true brotherhood, "not of 
words, but of acts and deeds." 



MISS CATHERINE MARTIN 
Fraternity Sponsor 





Not to be showin' off or anything . . . but 



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"You rang, sir?" 



The gang's all here. 



"Lee's have a meeting at the "Rat" 




The party after the PARTY. 



Night and song 



. . and the budget was balanced this month. 



. Greek Life 





Who says it doesn't pay to smoke? 



The mominfi-aftCT-the-nislit-before. 



It's Chirstmas again. 



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Junior Class 



. I am a Junior 
. I'm tired 

Junior-Senior headaches and 1 nippy footaches 
. catching up on Q.P.'s 

. class rings 

late, late, early, early study on that major 

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Our class was capably led by John Ward, President; Ann Surratt, 
Secretary; Dave Culler, Treasurer; and Francis Dail, Vice-President. 



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The Sophomore Class President adds color to the Junior sponsored 
Studetit-Fiiculty Talent Show. 




Junior Marshals 



Junior Marshals are selected by the faculty from the mem- 
bers of the junior class. Their selection is based on academic 
standing and leadership ability. They serve at all formal gather- 
ings held at the college. 



PEGGIE AUMAN 
SYDNEY BAILEY 
HOWARD BARNES 
DOT BARRICK 



JOAN BARTLETT 
LARRY BECK 
CAROL BLAKE 
LOUETTA BLOECHER 



MICKEY BOLES 
NANCY BOONE 
JOAN BOWER 
SUE BRADLEY 



JUDY BRANCH 
BETTE BROWDER 
LARRY BROWN 
FRANCES BUFFALO 



HUCH BURCHETTE 
JAMES BURGE 
ANN BURNS 
NINA BURRIS 




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Class of 1963 




MIKE CARRINGTON 
KIRTI CHRISTIAN 
BOB CLARK 
KATY CLEMENTS 



RALPH CLEMENTS 
PHIL COCHILL 
DOUGLAS COLLINS 
PATTI COLLIVER 



D. L. COOK 
BILL COPE 
BEVERLY CROTTS 
DAVE CULLER 



FRANCIS DAIL 
MARGARETTE DAMEWOOD 
JERRY DRYE 
WILLIAM ELLISON 



ANNE EMERY 
GARY ERN 
DOROTHEA ESSICK 
THERON FARMER 



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Class of 1963 



MARVIN FEREBEE 
CYNTHIA FLETCHER 
MARILVNN FLOYD 
ASHLEY KOSTER 




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JIMMY FRAZIER 
WILLARD FREEMAN 
JAMES GAILEY 
RAY GRANT 



ROY GRANT 
DAVID GRAY 
GENE GRESHAM 
CAROL SUE GRUBBS 



RON GRUBBS 
SUE GRUBBS 
THOMAS GUNN 
NANCY GUNTER 



RAY HAGA 
ABBEY HALL 
EVELYN HALLMAN 
SARA HARBISON 








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GEORGIANNA HARDIN 
RUBY HARRISON 
NELSON E. HAYES 
CHARLES HOBSON 



RICHARD HAYES 
SARANNET HOLLAND 
SANDRA HOOKS 
JUDY HOWLETT 



PHYLLIS HUSS 
DELINDA HUTCH1NS 
JUDY IJAMES 
FRANCES INGLE 



MARY LOU JARRETT 
FRANK JARVIS 
JoANNE JENKINS 
ELLEN JOHNSTON 



LEE ROY KEARNS 
SUE KEARNS 
DAVID KENERLY 
PATSY KEY 



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Class of 1963 



GARLAND KINNEY 
JERRY KYLE 
DAN LAWING 
DONNA LAWRENCE 



JUNE LEE 
DARRYL LEONARD 
WINFRED LINDLEY 
DONALD LINEBERRY 



HARRY LILLY 
LYNDA LLOYD 
BLANTON LOMOX, JR. 
JUDY LONGWITH 



LINDA LOVEN 
CATHERINE MARTIN 
KENNETH MARTIN 
LARRY MAXWELL 



YVONNE MAY 
PEGGY McDANIEL 
SHIRLEY McDANIEL 
RONALD McELHANNON 




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Class of 1963 




PEARLIE McGHEE 
DELL McGINN 
WILLIAM McKINLEY 

jerry Mcknight 



PEGGY McNAMEE 
NANCY MOFFETT 
PETE MOOSE 
POLLY MORGAN 



RAY MURPHY 
DAN MYERS 
TOM MYERS 
LARRY NOLAN 



MARY NORWOOD 
BARBARA OAKLEY 
SARA OVERTON 
GEORGE OXENFORD 



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ODELL PACE 
WAYNE PARHAM 
GAYLE PAXTON 
PAT PEELE 



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Class of 1963 



GENE PENDRY 
PAT PETERSON 
DONALD PHILLIPS 
KAY PHILLIPS 



PAT PHILLIPS 

BARBARA PLESS 
DOUGLAS POWELL 
CAROLINE FRESTWOOD 



ROBERT REESE 
LOIS RICHARDSON 
WILLIAM RICHARDS 
ANN RINGLEY 



JUDIE ROLLINS 
DAVE ROWE 
CHARLES RUSSELL 
MIKE SABINO 



GRACE SEAVER 
CHARLIE SELLERS 
ALLEN SHARPE 
NORMAN SIMPSON 




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TOMMY SLAUGHTER 
JERRY SMITH 
WILLIAM STEED 
STEVE STEPHENSON 




JIM STEVENS 
LOUISE STOKES 
FRED STONE 
EUGENE STREET 



ANN SURRATT 
CARLYLE TEAGUE 
GLORIA TEAGUE 
JOE THOMAS 



KAY THOMPSON 
SUSAN TILLEY 
NATALIE TUNSTALL 
JEANNIE VAN NORTWICK 



SUE VEST 
JOHN WARD 
SARAH WARD 
MARY WARREN 



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Class of 1963 



DIANA WATLEY 
CHARLES WEISNER 
JERRY WELCH 
JIMMY WEST 



NANCY WEST 
LOUISE WHITELEY 
JUDY WHITESELL 
GLENDA WILLIAMS 



SUE WILLIAMSON 
SANDRA WILSON 

MIKE WINSTEAD 
CHRIS WOODMAN 



PHILIP WONG 
MANUEL WORTMAN 
JEAN WRIGHT 
RONALD YARBROUGH 



ANNETTE YOUNG 
JEAN YOUNG 

MARILYN ZOELLER 




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The Team That Cheers The Team 






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Head Cheerleader 




NANCY BOONE 




VIVIANE LLOYD 




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The Cheerleaders 




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Basketball 



The average sports fan loves to attend athletic 
events and cheer his favorite team to victory, which 
is a natural thing. But lets stop and think a minute 
and take a look at what actually goes into the 
planning for a full season and each individual game. 

The picture above is a typical afternoon spent in 
Alumni Gymnasium by the "Purple Panthers." But 
this photo could have very well been taken over the 
Thanksgiving holidays while the average student is 
home enjoying all the turkey and trimmings, or dur- 
ing the Christmas holidays when everyone is enjoy- 
ing the cheer of the holiday season — everyone 
except our basketball players, that is. The truth of 
the matter is that the High Point College basketball 
player is not an "average student." He has a job to 
do and a reputation to uphold even if this means 
spending the various holidays throughout the year 
in preparation for the season or the next game on 
schedule. 

Practice sessions in basketball, as in any sport, 
are hard work. Many hours of mental and physical 
strain are put into these daily sessions. Opponents' 
key players are discussed, misunderstandings are 
settled, and the building of unity and spirit are just 
a few things accomplished in practice. 

If certain phases of the game aren't being plaved 
well, the team will work extra hard at this fallback, 
and consequently spend the entire practice smooth- 
ing it out. 

A generalized yearly practice schedule, which the 
Panthers follow from the beginning of October un- 
til the first of March looks something like this. Be- 
ginning the first three to four weeks a strict con- 
ditioning program is kept. Running is the best way 



to get in shape to play basketball, and the Panthers 
do their share in the early season workouts. As the 
first of November rolls around, the boys appear to 
be in pretty good shape and start setting up their 
offensive style of play. Finally, as the weather 
begins to chill and the freshmen begin to adjust to 
college life, December is here, as is the first basket- 
ball game. The pre-season preparations are over, 
and the time has come for the Panthers to begin 
play in the rough Carolina's Conference. 

During the actual season, the coaches scout the 
various opponents, and the practices are now dedi- 
cated to studying the next opponent in full detail. 
Key men are sighted, and the offensive and de- 
fensive play of the opponents is discussed. The 
Panthers will set a man-to-man defense and work 
against the opponents' offensive pattern so that 
they will get a good idea of what to expect. If the 
opponent uses a zone defense, the cagers work 
against the zone and find out where the weak spots 
are and from where their best shots come. Practice, 
if handled in the correct manner, can be the most 
beneficial phase of preparation for a basketball 
team. 

In concluding, let's examine the above picture in 
somewhat greater detail. As seen, intense discus- 
sion and concentration is taking place and the ex- 
ploits of hard work and victory can be noticed. 
The average student couldn't possibly go through 
such a vigorous activity program, but for our bas- 
ketball players it is a daily routine. 

"So boy, you had better listen, I kind of believe 
that what Coach Yow is explaining is for your bene- 
fit as well as for the team." 



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Basketball 

From the dirty-faced little boy in the street 
to the dignity of manhood, we find the sturdy 
creatures called athletes. These strong-willed young 
men come in assorted heights, weights, colors, and 
religious beliefs, bul all possess the same creed: 
to play every minute of every game to the best of 
their ability. Athletes are found everywhere— dribb- 
around, jumping over, sliding in or driving 



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through their opponent. Teammates rib them, stud- 
ents cheer them, coaches criticize them, and 
mothers worry about them. Athletes are truly un- 
usual people. They are often criticized and even 
sometimes ridiculed and humiliated, but they never 
give up. They don't know the meaning of such a 
word. They may not be All Americans, but they are 
a symbol of the American way. They are not 
judged for their race, religion, social position, or 
financial status, but by the way they sacrifice in- 
dividual glory for the good of the team. They are 
hard-working, untiring, determined, and often stub- 
born people. They are athletes . . . they are our 
tram. 



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"Jufihead" on his way to M.V.P. Award. 






BARRY SMITH 



Jug jumps as excitement mounts. 



Up, up, and away as Barry sinks two. 





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Tournament 

As the Panthers journeyed to Lexington to par- 
ticipate in the annual Carolina Conference Tourna- 
ment, all concerned wondered if they could repeat 
their wonderous feat of a year ago. The cagers, 
with a 12-11 record for the season and seated fifth 
in the tournament, drew top seated Lenoir Rhyne 
as their first game. Emotions were mixed and a 
feeling of unsureness filled the air. However, with 
"Bear Meat" chanting throughout the stands, High 
Point proceeded to trounce their biggest rival. 91- 
77, and advance to the semifinals against E Ion's 
"Christians." 

Next, Elon fell to the "troops", 80-73, and the 
fired-up cagers seemed to be on their way to another 
conference title. 

Meanwhile, the big "Cats from the mountains 
at Western Carolina were breezing through their 
competition bracket and had gained the final game. 
They had won the title in 1959, had finished this 
season in .second place, and earned the right to 
meet our Panthers for the championship. 

The stage was set and the gymnasium filled to 
capacity as the contest began. The hard fought first 
half ended with the "Catamounts claiming a two 
point advantage. Western Carolina, possessors of 
great size and speed, pulled away from the younger 
Panthers in the second half and won the high 
spirited championship affair, 69-58. The victors had 
played well. 

"Jug" received the M.V.P. trophy as he once 
again led the tournament in scoring and rebound- 
ing. Congratulations are in order to all the players 
for an exciting season. Its all over for another 
season. ". . . wait until next vear. 




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Simplicity won another trophy for the Alpha 

Gams. 



Homecoming . . . 

An unusually sunny day set the stage 
for one of HPC's most memorable Home- 
comings. 

The exciting day began at dawn as 
sleepy Creeks invaded the front lawn with 
their clever displays. Alumni then began 
appearing seemingly from nowhere-well- 
dressed, "ooing" over the "so many 
changes", smiling, reliving their own col- 
lege days. The students attended classes 
as usual, but spirits were high as weary 
bodies decorated for the dance, rested 
before the game, and dressed for the big 
date. 

The crowning of Mary Lou Troutman 
as the queen, the victory over Catawba, 
and a lovely dance climaxed a perfect 
Homecoming. 




Pika says, "Flush that Injun." 



"Golly, it seems like only yesterday I was a student 
myself." 



"You old so-and-so's ; you knew all along!' 





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Homecoming Queen 

MISS MARY LOU TROUTMAN 

Sponsored By: 
Tracy McCarthy 



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Attendants 





DIANA WESTMORELAND 

Sponsored By. 
Joe Keith 



LEE HODGSON 
Sponsored By: 
Dave Wickham 




JUDY RAYKES 
Sponsored By: 
Harold Moose 





MARTHA WALLACE 
Sponsored By. 
Phil Garrison 




;athy STURM 


KAY THOMBSON 


Sponsored By: 


Sponsored By: 


Bill Fallin 


Larry Nolan 




GAIL GEYER 

Sponsored By: 
Wolfy Unger 




PEGGY ANN WILEY 

Sponsored By: 

Dale Neel 




PAT HAWKS 

Sponsored By: 

Barrv Smith 




JOY JOHNSON 

Sponsored By: 
Bill Swigart 



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Winter Almost Ends 



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. . . violets, robins, and sun- 
glasses, spring is here . . . 
washed the car and then the 
rains came . . . laughed, loved, 
picniced, and swam at the 
City Lake . . . paved the way 
for another year-" Hello Bob- 
by Clark, Good-Bye Lewin" 
. , . versatile Panthers hit 
homeruns, vaulted to vic- 
tory, and won a match . . . 
paid tribute to the seniors as 
we danced at Sedgefield . . . 
observed the rites of spring 
on a May Weekend . . . finals 
and prayers for a "C" . . . tear- 
eyed or star-eyed, the seniors 
take their place in the long 
line of world molders . . .the 
under -classmen await a new 
year 



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Baseball 



What does a won-lost record actually mean? 
Absolute Nothing! except how many games a team 
has lost compared to how many they've won. It 
doesn't give a true picture of the sweat, hard work, 
and desire that has been put forth in each game, 
whether win or lose. This final recording of the 
team's season fails to show the two out bottom of 
the ninth loses, the extra inning defeats, or the 
heart breaking 1-0 loss where a pi teller has hurled 
a beautiful game only to lose by such a discourag- 
ing margin. No, the won-lost record doesn't really 
show the basic mechanics and seasonal output of 
a team in its truest sense. 

Here at High Point College our baseball team 
in recent campaigns has never really had an im- 
pressive won-lost record, and anyone hasing the 
team on this fact has sorely "missed the boat." These 
persons haven't obtained a true indication of the 
team's overall play throughout the course of the 
season. 



From the beginning games in the cool March 
air to the season finals in May's warm sun, the 
Panther nine has always exhibited hustle, deter- 
mination, and an honest desire to win. This season 
has been no exception as the diamond men have 
played hard and well, and should certainly be 
looked upon as a credit to our college. This year's 
club practiced diligently and put forth an honest 
effort and certainly have given us an exciting season. 

With each passing year High Point's baseball 
teams are improving, and through the steady play 
this year of Ray Fraley, Sam White, Charlie Willard, 
Don Cashion, David Kemp, Larry Nolan, Roy 
Greenwood, Joe Keith, Harold Moose, and the Grant 
twins, this year is no exception. Many of these same 
players will return again next year, and if the in- 
eoming freshmen prospects produce, the Panthers 
will certainly be a team to reckon with in the 
future. 




Roy Grant, Roy Greenwood, Joel Silver, David Kemp, Ray Fraley, Tat Gallagher, Ray Grant, Wayne Lewis, 
Harold Moose, Barrow Mu!lis, Jim Hislop, Sam White, Charlie Williard, Wayne Hazelwood, Bill Swigartj 
James Holleman, Don Cashion, Larry Nolan and Joe Keith. 



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INFIELDERS AND OUTFIELDERS 

Joel Silver, Sam White, Charlie Williard, Roy Greenwood. Harold Moose, Barrow Mullis, Rov Grant. Wavne I l.mlv, <■(.<!. 
Ray Fraley, David Kemp. 




PITCHERS AND CATCHERS 

Joe Keith, Pat Gallagher, Ray Grant, Wayne Lewis, Jim Hislop, Charlie Williard, Bill Swijzart. Janus Holli-man. 
Don Cashjon, and Larry Nolan, 



"Strike two." 








Ronnie Baxley, James Wilmot, Steve Bower, George Srour, Jerry Murdock, Frank Johnson, 
Jack Wagner, Rick Grirnsley, Bruce Swanson, Steve Hite, Harold Dickerson, Bill Dobbins, 
and Dave Baum. 



Track 

Hurtles, batons, bars, poles, exercise, hard work, and determin- 
ation are familiar terms that bring to mind our Panthers Track Team. 
Whether conditioning for or participating in a conference meet, these 
spring athletes are truly a remarkable group. This year our team of 
veterans led by Wagner along with several new faces makes the 
prospects for this year look bright. 



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JACK WAGNER 
Coach and Team Captain 






Jim Pt'ltola makes a leap. 



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Queen of May 



MISS YVONNE VAUGHN 










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Maid of Honor 



MISS DEBBIE CALLOWAY 






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Senior Attendants 






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MISS EVA DELL SMITH 



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MISS GLORIA TEAGUE 



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Sophomore Attendants 








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MISS MARY LOU FERRYMAN 



Freshman Attendants 






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MISS PAT HAWKS 



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The Order of the Lighted Lamp 



The purpose of the organization is to promote higher standards 
among the student body. In order to become a member, one must 
have an average in scholarship of 1.75 for the last five semesters that 
he is in school. He must have an excellent character, must have proved 
ability as a leader, and must have rendered outstanding service to the 
school and his fellow students. 



DENISE BROWN 



BECKY JAR VIS 



ELLEN JULIAN 



ERNEST LANIER 



MIRIAM MODLIN 



EMMA LOU NOELL 



DAVID PANCOAST 



CHARLES PRICE 



Scholastic Honor Society 



To stimulate the love of learning and to recognize and 
encourage scholarship, the Scholastic Honor Society was 
inaugurated in 1957. Membership in the Scholastic 
Honor Society is one of the greatest honors bestowed 
upon a student. For election as a junior, the candidate 
must have completed 75 semester hours of regular col- 
lege work with a quality point ration of 2,75. The 
minimum ration for election as a senior is 2.25. Mem- 
bership in this society consists of students, honorary and 
associate members. 




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FACULTY 



HELEN R. BARTLETT 

EDMUND O. CUMMINGS 

BENJAMIN HILL 

R. G. LINEBERRY 

WILLIAM R. LOCKE 

ALICE PAIGE WHITE 

J. HOBAHT ALLRED 

ROSSITER BELLINGER 

DENNIS COOKE 

STUART DESKINS 



CLIFFORD HINSHAW 
WALTER E. HUDGINS 

LEW LEWIS 

WALTER RLACKSTOCK 

LOIS KROPA 

NATHANIEL YARBOROUGH 

VERA IDOL 

L. HUGHES COX 

WILLIAM LAZARUK 

CHRISTOPHER WILSON 



ALUMNI 



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VANCE DAVIS 



DAVID DESKINS 

DORIS ANN JOYCE 

ELLEN JULIAN 

HENRY THOMAS KIM BELL 

DARYL McGUIRE 

EMMA LOU NOELL 

DAVID PANCOAST 

PENELOPE WRAY 

PEGGY RUTH SHOAF 

ROBERT YATES 




Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 




These, seniors are selected on a basis of their ex- 
cellence in scholarship, leadership, and participation in 
extracurricular and academic activities, citizenship, and 
service to the school, and promise of future usefulness 
to business and society. 



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A senior's dream comes true, 





Those four led our class through the year's activities: Pete Sturm, Vice President; 
Bill Kester, Treasurer; Betty Neal, Secretary, Larry Wilson, President. 



Senior Class 



I am a senior. 

I have lived two glorious semesters with no one to look up to. 

Soon — 

... a sheep skin to hang on ray den wall. 

... to face the hitter reality of the nine to live world. 

... to take a mate and reproduce. 

. . . Alumni 

. . . memories. 

. . . LIFE. 




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Class of 1962 



WILLIAM GEORGE ADAMS 

Edge wood, Maryland 

B.S. Business Administration 

WILLIAM EDMUND BARNES 

Charleston, South Carolina 

A.B. History 



JOHN DOUGLAS BARR 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

WALTER RONALD BAXLEY 

St. Pauls, North Carolina 
B.S. Biology 



JOYCE ROBERTS BEACH 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

NANCY LEE BEAL 
High Point, North Carolina 



BETTY JEAN BENGE 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

THOMAS JOEL BIVENS JR. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

B.S. Business 



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Class of 1962 



KIMES GENE BLAKE 

Jackson Springs, North Carolina 

LYNDA MARGARET BRANTLEY 

MooresviUe, North Carolina 

A.B. Spanish and English 



DENISE MELISSA BROWN 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

THOMAS JAY BRUMBLEY 

Dagsboro, Delaware 
A.B. English 



DAVE NOEL BURGESS 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

DELORES ANN BURNS 
Robbins, North Carolina 



THOMAS MELVIN BUTNER 

Winston -Salem, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Administration 

DEBORAH L. CALLAWAY 

Mt. Airy North Carolina 

A.B. History and Secondary Education 




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Class of 1962 



RUBY KATHRYN CAMPBELL 

Siler City, North Carolina 

B.S. Home Economics 

CHARLES VERNON' CARROLL 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR DEBBIE CALLAWAY 
. . dorm difficulties hidden behind pleasant smiles . , 



DAVID DONALD CASHION 
Freehold, New Jersey 

ROBERT EUGENE CHARLES 
Winston -Salem, North Carolina 



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Class of 1962 



JAMES COE CHERNAULT 
High Point North Carolina 

JUNE LETITIA COLLINS 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR JIMMY EDWARDS 
. . . a red -vested politician . . . 



LARRY JAMES C RAVER 
Lexington, North Carolina 

ZANE W. DANIEL 

Rutledge, Tennessee 

B.S. Business 




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Class of 1962 



MARGARET ELOIS DARROCH 

Lillington, North Carolina 

WILLIAM PRESTON DAVIDSON 

U in.sinn-Siilciti, North Carolina 
A.B. Sociology 



CARRY A, DAVIS 

Lexington, North Carolina 

HENRY CARLTON DAVIS 

Lexington, North Carolina 



[AMES NEAL DAVIS 
Trinity, North Carolina 

STEWART BRUCE DOWLESS 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. History 



DANIEL T. EARNHARDT 
Durham, North Carolina 

LULA MAE EDMONDS 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 



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Class of 1962 



HAYWOOD ERNEST EDMUNDSON 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 

JIMMY CARLTON EDWARDS 

Simpson, North Carolina 
A.B. Psychology 



WILLIAM ALLEN FARLOW 
Archdale, North Carolina 

LOUISE FENG 

Singapore, Malaya 

B.S. Home Economics 



LINDA LOU FERGUSON 
Thomasville, North Carolina 

THOMAS ANDREW FERGUSON 
River Edge, New Jersey 



WILLIAM HARRY FERRAZANO 
Wyckoff, New Jersey 

LINDA LUCILLE FITZGERALD 

Stanley, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 




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Class of 1962 



ANGELYN ROBBINS FLOYD 

Denton, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 

JULIA ELLEN FLOYD 

Henderson, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 



KENNETH WAYNE FODDRELL 
High Point, North Carolina 

JOE LEE FOLEY III 
Higli Point, North Carolina 




OUTSTANDING SENIOR PEGGY HILL 
. , , it Greek leader supreme. . . 



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Class of 1962 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR LEN LEWIN 
. . . leader par excellence . . . 



ROGER CRAIG FORD 

Indian Trail, North Carolina 

COY LIXVILLE FOSTER JR. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



THOMAS W I STAR FREEMAN 
High Point, North Carolina 

GILDA COX FULK 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Ed neat ion 




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Class of 1962 



MAX TAYLOR FURR 

High Point, North Carolina 

|UDY GAIL GARRETT 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 



PHILIP BRENT GARRETT 

Green shorn, North Carolina 

ANNE FIELDS GAY 

Walstonhurg, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 



WILLIAM CARTER GLADSTONE 
Macon, Georgia 
A.B. Psychology 

JOHN ARTHUR GORDON 
High Point, North Carolina 



WILLIAM PHILIP GORDON 
High Point, North Carolina 

HENRY LEON GROOME 

Green shoro, North Carolina 



162 



Class of 1962 



LUCY ANNA GUIGNARD 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

A.B. English 

JUDITH CAROL HALL 

Pincville, North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 



JERRY WALLACE HANEY 

High Point, North Carolina 

ROSCOE LACEY HANNER 
Randleman, North Carolina 



PRISCILLA WATSON HANSON 
High Point, North Carolina 

MARIE HARRINGTON 

Fairmont, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 



MARY HARRINGTON 

Fairmont, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Ed neat ion 

TALTON JERRY HARRISON 

Thomas vi lie, North Carolina 




163 




Class of 1962 



MARGARET SUSAN HESTER 
High Point, North Carolina 
,\,B. Elementary Education 

REITZEL GENE HIATT 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR SMILEY LLOYD 
... a name characterizes a personality . . . 



PEGGY JEAN HILL 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

A.B. History 

MARTHA FRANCES HILTON 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 



164 



Class of 1962 



GASTON E. II1NKLE JR. 
High Point, North Carolina 

STEPHEN McINTOSH HITE 

Baltimore, Maryland 

A3. Mathematics and Social Studies 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR MIMI MODLIN 
. . .a pretty head sufficiently filled . . . 




ALICE MOORE IIOBSON 

Yaclkinville, North Carolina 

A.B. Religion 

DALE ROBINSON HODGE 

Manchester, Con neetieut 
B.S. General Science 




165 




Class of 1962 



[AMES EDWIN HOLLEMAN 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 

ROVERDA ELLIS JARVIS 

Mocks ville, North Carolina 
B.S. Physical Ed t teat ion 



JOHN LEE JENKINS JR. 

Lexington, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



BETTY ANNE JOHNSON 

Clarktnn, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JEWEL CHURCH JOHNSON 

High Point. North Carolina 

A.B. History and Politieal Science 

LINDA LEE JOHNSTON 

Whitcville, West Virginia 



ALTON MONROE JONES 
Winston-Sak'in.North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

DAVID ERNEST JONES 
High Point, North Carolina 



166 



Class of 1962 



fULIA HOBSON JONES 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

JULIA ANN JUSTICE 
High Point, North Carolina 



WENDELL BRANTLEY KELLY |R. 
Carthago, North Carolina 

BOBBY FA YE KENNEDY 

Biscoe, North Carolina 

A.B. French 



WILLIAM VANCE KESTEH [R. 
High Point, North Carolina 
B.S. Bus in ess Administration 

fERRY RAY KIVETT 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. History and Political Science 



fERRY DEAN KOONTZ 
B.S. Business Administration 

ARLENE LYMAN LANZIERI 

Derhy, Connecticut 

B.S. Physical Education 




167 




Class of 1962 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR JANE SAFE RIGHT 
, , , small describes only her size . , . 



TONY JON LASALA 

Ilanden, Connecticut 

A.B. History 

MICHAEL ALVIN LATFIEM 

Advance, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 



ELIZABETH ANN LAUBSCHER 

Cameron, North Carolina 

B.S. Home Economics 

NINA VIRGINIA LAWSON 
Glen Allen, Virginia 
A.B. Social Studies 



16S 



Class of 1962 



LILA KAY LEMMOND 

Matthews, North Carolina 

A.B. Elementary Education 

LEONARD BRUCE LEWIN 

Camden, New Jersey 
A.B. Psychology 



FRANK L. LEWIS JR. 

Durham, North Carolina 

B.S. Biology 

JOE LESTER LITAKER 

Concord, North Carolina 

A.B. French 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR PETE STURM 
. , . leader behind the red door . ■ . 




169 




Class of 1962 



ROBERT AUSTIN LLOYD 

High Point, North Carolina 

B.S. Chemistry 

VIVIANE GEORGETTE LLOYD 

Tampa, Florida 
B.S. I'll!/ sin it Education 



[AN ICE ELIZABETH LOFLIN 
Trinity, North Carolina 
A.B. Business Education 

DAVID ALLEN LOSE 
I li.»li Point, North ( 'arolina 



MARVIN LEON MANUEL 
Thomasville, North Carolina 

MENDEL LAINE MASHBURN 

Slar, \nvlli Carolina 



ROSEMARY MASON 
Yadkin ville, North Carolina 

HENRI RONALD MAZZOLI 
Plain vi]]<>, Massachusetts 



170 



Class of 1962 



HAROLD EDWARD McDANIEL 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

RICHARD MAURY MILLER 

Williamsburg, Virginia 



RODNEY BRYAN MILLS 
Asheboro, North Carolina 

THELMA ESTELLA MITCHELL 

Mulberry, Florida 

A.B. Art Education 



MIRIAM JANE MODLIN 
|ames town. North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

ROBERT THOMAS MONTAGUE 

Long Beach, California 



FRANKLIN DELORES MOORE 
Kernersville, North Carolina 

MARfORIE WALKER MOORE 
Thomasville, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 




171 




Class of 1962 



STEVE RYAN MOSER 
Kcrnersville, North Carolina 

CLIFTON VINSON MUNN 

Richfield, North Carolina 

U.S. Physical Education 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR YVONNE VAUGHN 
, . . splendor in purple and white . . . 



TERRY WAYNE MURDOCH 

Greenville, South Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

NELDA LOUISE MURRAY 

Marion, North Carolina 
A.B. Psychology and Religion 



172 



Class of 1962 



SHIRLEY ANN MURROW 
High Point, North Carolina 

ELIZABETH SUTER NEALE 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

A.B. French 



OUTSTANDING SENIOR LARRY WILSON 
, . . a new comer to H.P.C. with new ideas . . 



LARRY CRAY NORMAN 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

ALFRED JOHN ONORATO 

Eastern, Connecticut 

A.B. History 




1T3 




Class of 1962 



JAMES D. PADILLA 

New York, New York 

GEORGE RONALD PAYNE 
High Point, North Carolina 



MILDRED CAROLYN PEELE 
lli<j}\ Point, North Carolina 
AB Elementary Education 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, JR. 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



FRANCIS LOGAN PORTER III 
Jamestown, North Carolina 

RICHARD CHARLES REUMANN 
Westwood, New Jersey 



SARAH ANN RORBINS 
High Point, North Carolina 

ELNA CLAIRE ROSE 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



174 



Class of 1962 



REBECCA LOUISE ROVER 

Tliurmont, Maryland 

B.S, Home Economics 

JACK RUSS 
High Point. North Carolina 



SYLVIA JANE SAFE RIGHT 
Jamestown, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 

LINDA GAYLE SAMUELS 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 



WALTER HERBERT SCHEXCK 

Bergen Field, New Jersey 

A.B. Religion 

DICK GLENN SHACKLEFORD 
Pinnacle, North Carolina 



DEANNA FAYE SINK 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. Business 

EVA DELL SMITH 
Aiken, South Carolina 




175 




Class of 1962 



MARY LEW SMITH 

Troutman, North Carolina 

A.B. Religion 

WILLIAM FREDERICK SNIDER, |R. 
High Point, N. C. 



GEORGE MICHAEL SROUR 
Utica, New York 

WALTER EDWARD STAFFORD 
States ville, North Carolina 



ANNETTE ALLRED STEED 
Thomas ville. North Carolina 

AUBREY LEE STROTIIER 
Greenshoro, North Carolina 



FREDERICK PETER STURM 

Midland Park, New Jersey 

B.S. Business 

NED SURRATT 

Denton, North Carolina 



176 



Class of 1962 



JEAN BARLOW TAYLOR 
Lexington, North Carolina 

HAROLD DAVID TERRY 

Jefferson, Smith Carolina 

A.B. History and Political Science 



LARRY EVANS TESH 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

ALBERT ERVYNE THOMPSON 

High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Religion 



WILLIAM B, TREVORROW 
Seymour, Connecticutt 

A.B. History 

IRENE TORRES 

High Point, North Carolina 

A.B. History 



JOHN KERMIT TUTTLE 
Pafftown, North Carolina 

JUDITH LOUISE TYSINGER 
High Point, North Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Education 




111 




Class of 1962 



WOLFGANG UNGER 

Fletcher, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 

JOHN S. URIAN 
Smyrna, Delaware 



JIMMY MARTIN VARNER 
Lexington, North Carolina 

YVONNE VAUGHN 

Mt. Airv, North Carolina 



ROBERT O. VEASEY 
Wilmington, Delaware 

NANCY CAROLYN VONCANNON 
High Point, North Carolina 



MARY DORA WALKER 
High Point, North Carolina 

CHARLES DURHAM WALLACE 
High Point, North Carolina 



178 



Class of 1962 



LORETTE DIANE WATKINS 

Albemarle, Ninth Carolina 

WILLIAM A. WEBB, JR. 
Maxton, Nortli Carolina 



GEORGE CLARKE WELCH, JR. 

High Point, North Carolina 

B,S. Accounting 

WILLIAM NORMAN WHICKER 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



DALLAS WAYNE WIIITAKER 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

SAM FLOYD WHITE, JR. 

Henderson, North Carolina 

B.S. Physical Education 



GEORGE EARL WIGGLESWORTH, JR 

Mays Landing, New Jersey 

MARY CATHERINE WILLARD 
Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 




179, 




Class of 1962 



JOSEPH LLOYD WILLIAMS 
Fairfax, Virginia 

A.H. Social Studies 
AH. Spanish 

PHKSTON ALLEN WILLIAMS 
Winslon-Saleiii, North Carolina 



CHARLES OTIIA WILLIARD, JR. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

HAZEL HAM I LIN WILMOTH 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

A3. Elementary Education 



LARRY DEAN WILSON 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

B.S. Business Education 

ROBERT LEE WILSON 

Shelby, North Carolina 
B.S. Business Administration 



ROCKR VINSON WILSON 
Stokestlale, North Carolina 

HAROLD MONROE WINECOFF 

China Grove, North Carolina 

B.S. Mathematics 



ISO 



Class of 1962 



ELIZABETH WEISER WINSTEAD 

Red Lion, Pennsylvania 
A.B. Elementary Education 

CHARLES EDWIN WOODRUFF 

Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 



PATRICIA ANN YOKLEY 
Thomasvillo, North Carolina 




m 







Tennis 



Craig Ford and Henry Tonn are the only 
returnees from last year's racquest squad. All the 
new members are freshmen, but the team has 
high hopes of rebuilding the team in order to put 
the Panthers in contention for a top spot in the 
North State Conference. 



- 



"Veterans" Craig Ford and Henry Tonn finish a match in the 
familiar maimer. 







Freshmen Paul Smith. Mike Rosenmurklo, and Wayne Furman look optimistically toward the future. 



IS: 



"Thanks to the entire student body of 

High Pohit College for their 

cooperation." 

JEROME W. GOLDEN 

Official Photographer 

for 1962 ZENITH 



JEROME W. GOLDEN STUDIOS 



Distinctive Photography 

4317 15th Avenue 

Brooklyn, 19, N. Y. 




184 



GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 

208 English Street 

High Point, N. C. 

Phone: 88-21895 




Proud of You... 
Proud to Serve You! 
Duke Power Company 

Serving the Piedmont Caroltnas 



RING-HARRIS PHARMACY 

"Prescriptions a Specialty" 
122 N. Main St. Phone 3333 

COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME 



Compliments of 



HIGH POINT HARDWARE 



Compliments of 

THE BORDEN COMPANY 

Manufacturers and Distributors 

of 

FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS 

FOR 100 YEARS 

High Point, North Carolina 



C. DeWITT HOLTON 
FURNITURE CO. 

"Quality Furniture and Carpets' 

817 South Main 
Phone 88-31791 



HERITAGE" 

a living tradition in furniture 

HERITAGE FURNITURE CO., HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



ROSAINE 

LEADING FASHIONS IN 
WOMEN'S APPAREL 



TOBIAS 



SPORTSWEAR FORMALS TO RENT 

SHACKELFORD'S 

140 N. Main Street 
Nunn-Bush Shoes Custom Tailoring 



1335 


North Main Street 




Phone 3060 




ENGLISH 


RADIO & 


TV 


SERVICE 


"We 


"Your Philco and fl.C.A. Dealer" 
Specialize in Television and Radio Repair" 
R. H. FREEMAN 
High Point, North Carolina 




DEE'S CLEANERS LAUNDRY 
COLLEGE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 



THE SWEET SHOPPE 

113 North Main Street Phone 3745 

High Point, North Carolina 
''All Your Bakery Needs" 



185 



CALHOUN 

DRUG STORE 

Prescriptions 

1231 Montlieu Ave. Phone S8-87203 

High Point, N. C. 



GRAY ART FLOWER SHOP 

Corner N. Main and East Lexington 
"Say it with Flowers" 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1962 

HIGH POINT 
ENTERPRISE 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



PERKINSON'S 

JEWELERS 
High Point, N. C. 



SWAIM SUPPLY CO. # Inc. 

WHOLESALE 

Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies 

HIGH POINT - SALISBURY 
ROCKY MOUNT 




all Printing Company 

1AMILTON STREET HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

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



FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRIC WORK 

UNITED STATES ELECT. 

U.S.E. 

CO., INC. 

Phone 882-9418 

High Point, North Carolina 

Everywhere At Any Time 

EVERY JOB GUARANTEED 



Compliments of 

JONES & PEACOCK 

Every Kind of Insurance 



Compliments of 

PIEDMONT AUTO FINANCE CO. 

306 S. Main Street 



Saxtw'A 



WILSON'S FOR WEEJUNS 

108 N. Main St. Phone 882-4315 



186 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

AMBULANCE SERVICE 
Phone 4545 



KENNEDY OIL COMPANY 

Phone 3027 
Crown Products and Kendall Motor Oil 

1203 Taylor Street P. O. Box 1428 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 



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, 





The Chairman of the Miss HPC Con- 
test wishes to thank all those merchants, 
contestants, and committees who gave 
much of their time and effort for a suc- 
cessful pageant. 

Charles Carroll 
Pageant Chairman 



MARSH FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS 
KITCHEN FURNITURE 

Since 1906 



High Point 



North Carolina 



Venetian Blinds - Window Shade.s - Tape - Cord 

Cornices - Drapery Hardware 

Manufacturers 

MONARK SHADE & BLIND 
COMPANY 

Phone 2-1616 1406 N. Main St. 

HICH POINT. NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments of 

LEDBETTER'S RESTAURANT 

MR. and MRS. W. W. LEDBETTER 
Owners 



THE SPORTSMAN'S 
SHOP # INC. 

GIFTS HOUSEWARE 

College Village Shopping Center 



"HOME OF FINE PIZZAS" 



THE 




MARIETTA PAINT STORE 


Home of Fine Paints and Finishes 


1645 English Street 


Phone 882-9327 


High Point, N. 


C. 



1233 Montlieu Ave. 



High Point, N, C, 



189 



DAR-LEE FASHIONS 

College Village Shopping Center 
Telephone 2-4225 High Point, N. C. 



GILBERT'S 

Beautiful Shoes Since 1935 
High Point, N. C. 



HARLLEE'S, INC. 

130 S. Main St. 



COLUMBIA FOOD MARKET 

"THE WORLD'S BEST MEATS" 
2112 S. Main Street Phone 7976 



CORN'S FOOD CENTER 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 

Fresh Meats — Produce 

Phone 882-3921 Montlieu Ave. at Five Points 



BEESON HARDWARE CO., INC. 

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

SPORTING GOODS 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 



SAMUEL HYMAN 

JEWELER 

GIFT SHOP 

136 S. Main St. High Point, N. C. 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 

of High Point 
High Point, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

CANNON FETZER 

High Point, North Carolina 



STEELE'S DINER 

Owned and Operated by 
Former High Point College Students 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 




\W "'//////, 




JEWELERS 



WOOLWORTH'S 

South Main and College Village 




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PI 



ease! 



I 



Support our Advertisers 



THEY MAKE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE! 



J. W. SECHREST b SON, INC. 

Serving This Community Since 1897 

PHONE 88-22555 

HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Two Oxygen Equipped Ambulances Day and Night 



FRANK A. STITH CO. 

Clothiers for Men and Boys 
College Village Shopping Center 



Compliments of 

INDUSTRIAL FINANCE 
COMPANY 

203 South Main St. 
High Point, N. C. 



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Parent Supporters 



MR. & MRS. R. M. ANDREW 

MR. & MRS. L. C. ARMENTROUT 

MR. & MRS. E. E. BAKER 

MR. & MRS. REUBEN D. BAUGHN 

MR. & MRS. FRANCIS J. BRENNAN 

MR. & MRS. WALTER J. BAXLEY 

MR. & MRS. E. LYNN BRANTLEY 

MR. & MRS. BRAME, JR. 

MR. & MRS. H. A. BLACK 

MR. & MRS. ALBERT C. BROOKS 

W. M. CARRINGTON 

MRS. JOHN B. CARR, SR. 

MR. & MRS. PAUL CALLAWAY 

MR. & MRS. PERRY CASSIMUS, JR. 

MR. & MRS. CHILES 

MR. & MRS. DRAPER 

MR. & MRS. W. I. DANIEL 

MRS. NELLIE H. DRENNON 

MR. & MRS. M. DUDLEY, JR. 

MR. & MRS. I. G. DOBY 

MRS. E. L. EARNHARDT 

MRS. WILLIAM L. EARLY 

MR. & MRS. HERBERT E. FERRAN 

MR. & MRS. R. H. ERN 

MR. & MRS. M. G. FEREBEE 

MR. & MRS. C. FIRSTENBERG 

MR. & MRS. FERRAZANO 

MR. & MRS. R. E. FROST 

MR. & MRS. G. W. HASTINGS 

MR. & MRS. J. E. HAZELWOOD 

MR. & MRS. DAYTON W. HOLMES 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES H. HODGSON 

MR. & MRS. T. T. HAWKS, JR. 

MR. & MRS. HAYES 

MR. & MRS. T. R. HOLLAND 

MR. & MRS. JOHN C. KENNEDY 

MR. & MRS. MELVIN KRIMMINGER 

MR. & MRS. R. C. KORNEGAY, JR. 

MR. & MRS. FRANK LANZIERI 

MR. & MRS. G. A. MUNN 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM J. McCARTHY, 



EVALYN C. NOBLETT 

M. H. NESBITT 

ARTHUR G. RAUCH 

MR. & MRS. BURTON R. REIGLEMAN 

MR. & MRS. GRADY W. SAFERIGHT 

MRS. ROSE M. SMITH 

FOSS T. SMITHDEAL 

MR. & MRS. AUSTIN STONE 

MRS. MARIE JEANNE STOKES 

MR. & MRS. FORREST W. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. IRVING N. SILVER 

MR. & MRS. W. E. SHAW 

MR. & MRS. ROY O. TUNSTALL 

MR. & MRS. F. D. WATLEY 

MRS. FANNIE B. WOODRUFF 

MR. & MRS. LEWIS B. WINECOFF 

MR. & MRS. NEIL WILSON 

MR. & MRS. L. E. WILSON 
MR. & MRS. VICTOR L. WINSTEAD 
MR. & MRS. B. C. WILLIAMS 
MR. & MRS. E. W. WAECHER 
MR. & MRS. JOHN S. WOOD 
MR. & MRS. DEWITT C. WOODALL 
MR. & MRS. WILLIS MOCK, SR. 
MR. & MRS. SAMUEL L. WILLIAMS 
MR. & MRS. NOYES S. WILMOT 
MR. & MRS. GRAVES WILSON 
MR. & MRS. ROY H. WINTERS, JR. 
MR. & MRS. RUBY E. WOODFIELD 

MRS. SARA L. YEAGER 

MR. & MRS. RUSSEL V. VEST 

MR. & MRS. JAMES ROBERT YOUNG 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR H. TREVORROW 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD UNGER 

MR. & MRS. ROY R. VEASEY, JR. 

MR. & MRS. HENRY TONN 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH ZOELLER 

MR. & MRS. JOHN W. URIAN 

MR. & MRS. ELLIOTT YARBOROUGH 

A FRIEND 



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Well, the yearbook is finished. This is a phrase I have hecn longing to say 
for almost nine months. Now that it is over, it seems unreal. I have learned that 
to be editor of a yearbook one has to be a mathematician, a copywriter, a photo- 
grapher and a five hour a night sleeper. I have learned also that it is impossible 
for the work to be done alone. With a faithful staff having a common goal, the 
editorship has truly been worth the headaches and the hours of time and effort. As 
I look back, the bad is overshadowed by the good, and I personally feel that our 
goal has been accomplished, that the ZEX1TII has captured the spirit of High 
Point College and in these terms is a success. 

This year we have tried to keep the ZENITH in pace with the new ideas 
and feeling we have seen develop on this campus. Throughout this year we have 
seen an improved Hi Po, the beginnings of a new form of student government, 
and the embryonic stage of a new spirit develop in the students on our campus. 
We have endeavored to make the ZENITH a personal publication. The '61-62 
ZENITH is vour words, your pictures, one year of your life. 

I hope you have enjoyed your venture through Autumn, Winter, and Spring. 

The Editor 







193 



Faculty and Staff 



Adams, Miss Louise 
Allen, Mi. Joe C. 
Allied, Mr. J. H. 
Bartlett, Dr. Helen R. 
Bellinger, Dr. R. R. 
Bennett, Mrs. S. T. 
Berrv, Mrs. Mrs. Alda T. 
Blackstoek, Dr. Walter 
Broadway, Mr. Stan C. 
Burhans, Mr. H. F. 
Carter, Miss Marcella 
Coble, Mr. H. E. 
Collins, Mrs. Dorothy 
Conrad, Dr. H. E, 
Cook, Mr. Carlton J. 
Cooke, Dr. Dan B. 
Cooke, Dr. Dennis H. 
Cox, Mr. L. Hughes 
Cnmmings, Dr. E. C. 
Deskins, Dr. S. C. 
Dixon, Mr. James C. 
Fields, Miss Ernestine 
Flowers, Dr. J. M. 
Fryhover, Mr. J. L. 
Gaynor, Mrs. Francis 
Gaynor, Mr. Wesley 
Hamilton, Dr. Jim T. 
Hartman, Mr. C. F. 
Hassell, Mr. Frank R. 
Hays, Dr. L. M. 
Hill, Dr. Ben H. 
Hinshaw, Dr. C. R. 
Hirtzler, Miss Bert a 
Hislop, Dr. Robert I. 
Hormachea, Mr. C. R. 
Hudgins, Dr. Walt E. 
Kerr, Mrs. Dot 
Kropa, Dr. Lois 
Lazaruk, Dr. William 
Le Vey, Dr. Arthur E. 
Lewis, Dr. Lew J. 
Lineberry, Dr. R. A. 
Livingston, Mrs. Lois 
Locke, Dr. W. R. 
McCall, Mrs. Christine 
McDowell, M 



Abel, Charlisle M. (T) 
Adams, John Howard, Jr. 
Adams, Nancy Carol 
'Adams, William George 
Alexander, Thomas Bruce, Jr. 
Amick, Thomas Larry 
Anderson, Wayne Foster 
Andrew, Jessie Leoma 
Armentrout, Ann Elizabeth 
Armstrong, Margaret Lee 
Arnette, William Thomas 
Ashbury, Fonda Sheryle 
Atkins, Joanne 
Auman, Peggy Gilliam 
Auman, Rebecca Ellen 
Austin, Judy Linda 

Bailey, Callie Ann 
Bailey, Sidney Earl 
Baker, Ellis Elmore, Jr. 
Ballard, Donald Lee 
Barefoot, Clara Rosanna 
Barnes, Carolyn Jane 
Barnes, Howard Albert 
Barnes, William Edmund 
Barr, John Douglas 
Barrick, Dorothy Jane 
Barrow, Kyle O' Lynwood 
Bartlett, Joan Louise 
Bartlett, Roy David 
Baughn, Reuben Dave 
Baxley, Walter Ronald 
Beach, Joyce Roberts 
Beal, Nancy Lee 
Beam, George Marlow, Jr. 
Beam, Julia Carole 
Beck, Jimmie Dee 
Beck, Larry Eugene 
Beck, Robert Wayne 
Belaud, Milbrey Anne 
Benge, Betty Jean 
Benge, Tony Milton 
Bennett, Linda Marie 
Benoit, Frederick Alphonse, Jr. 
Benson, Lcoma Sumerford 
Benson, Leroy N. 
Berrier, Ronald Grav 
Biggerstaff, Rev. William G. 
Bivens, Thomas Joel, Jr. 
Black, Joe Alexander 
Black, Linda Fave 
Blair, Hollis Smith 
Blake, Carol 
Blake, Kimes Gene 
Blakenship, Beverly Mason 
Bledsoe, Billy Junior 



1318 Guver Street 

821 Circle Drive 

205 Old Mill Road 

900 Sixth Street 

2601 E. Lexington Ave. 

Box 847, Southport, N. C. 

1022 Sherrod Ave. 

112 Manor Drive 

1712 N. Denny Court 

1315 James Street 

1009 N. Hamilton Street 

803 Circle Drive 

406 North Drive 

805 E. Farriss Avenue 

809 Montlieu Avenue 

909 N. Continennial Ave. 

906 Circle Drive 

808 Montlieu Avenue 

Emery wood Estates 

Rt. 8, Box 601, Greensboro, N. C. 

920 Gordon Street 

1005 Forrest Avenue 

227 Montlieu Avenue 

2404 E. Lexington Ave. 

2405 E. Lexington Ave. 
2405 E. Lexington Ave. 

911 W. College Drive 

310 Hickory Lane 

1114 Montlieu Avenue 

Box 1085, High Point, N. C. 

1202 Cedrow Avenue 

902 Rotary Drive 

404 Steele St., Apt. A 

700 Hillcrest Drive 

1306 E. Lexington Ave. 

538 Parkway 

705 W. Lexington Ave. 

1809 Madison, Greensboro, N. C. 

821 Circle Drive 

305 Montlieu Avenue 

202 Shadow Vallev Road 

805 Circle Drive 

909 W. College Drive 

1409 Wendover Drive 

1109 Tabor Street 

608 Centennial Avenue 



McMeekin-Kerr, Mrs. Frances 
Martin, Miss Zelle 
Matthews, Dr. W. P. 
Mays, Mrs. Lillian 
Mitcbum, Mr. J. L. 
Morgan, Mrs. Jane 
Nelson, Mr. J. L. 
Netts, Mr. George W. 
Packer, Mrs. Ha/.ele 
Pattern. Dr. Wendell M. 
Peterson, Dr. H. H. 
Pmtci. Mr- Raiford 
Price, Mrs'. Dorothy 
Reincs, Mr, Philip 
Ring, Mrs. Kathryn G. 
Hose, Miss Charmione 
Seidcl, Dr. II. E. 
Sowder, Dr. W. J. 
Spurrier, Mrs. Mary C. 
Price, Mrs. Dorothy 
Reims, Mr. Philip 
Ring, Mrs. Kathryn G. 
Rose, Miss Charmione 
Seidel, Dr. H. E. 
Sowder, Dr W. J- 
Sullivan, Mrs. Emily B. 
Thompson, Mr. Jack L. 
Thompson, Mrs. Viola 
Wacbs, Mr. W. Ronald 
Wall, Miss Patsy 
Warren, Mrs. James T. 
Wells, Dr. Harold S. 
Whicker, Mr. Grady H. 
White, Mrs. Charlotte 
Williams, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Williams, Mrs. Louise 
Williams, Mr. Tom A. 
Wilson, Dr. C. L. 
Worthington, Miss Ruth 
Wright, Mr. L. G. 
Wright, Mrs. Peggy 
Yarborough, Mr. N. P. 
Yow, Mr. Virgil 
Goolsby, Mrs. Richard 
Parks, Mrs. Emmitt 
Pattrick, Mrs. Ina M. 



Student Directory 



242 Orchard Dr., Fairfax, Va. 

540 Chisholm St., Sanford.N.C. 

Route 1, Stantonsburg, N. C. 

1 Cherrv Place, Edgewood, Md. 

210 Edgcdale Dr., High Point, N. C. 

1975 W. Front St., Burlington, N. C. 

Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Box 86, Faith, N. C. 

900 W. Rav St., High Point, N. C. 

Pine Grove, High Point, N. C. 

R.F.D. 1, Graham, XJ- C. 

1012 Adams St., High Point, N. C 

Route 4, Box 501, Mt. Airy, N. C. 

2409 Dallas St., High Point, N. C. 

Seagrove, N. C. 

1028 E. Devonshire, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Route 1, Advance, N. C. 

1006 Dalewood, High Point, N. C. 

1008 Barhee St., High Point, N. C. 

Old Salisbury St., Kernorsvville, N. C. 

Box 119, Hallshoro, N. C. 

Box 5, Moncnrc, N.C. 

43 Central Ave., Dalton, Mass. 

Box 3158, St. Andrews Br., Charleston, N. C. 

Route 1, Rural Hall, X. C. 

1009 So. 21st St., Arlington 2, Va. 

614 W. Farriss Ave., High Point, N. C. 

3805 Underwood St., Chevy Chase, Md. 

1003 N. Sexton St., Rushville, I ml. 

201 N. 7th Ave., Mavodan, N. C. 

Route 1, St. "Pauls, X. C. 

1305 Forrest Ave., High Point, X. C. 

506 Denny St., High Point, N. C. 

14101 Canterbury Lane, Rockville, Md 

R.F.D. 3, Lawndale, X. C. 

168 Mill St., High Point N. C. 

168 Mill St., High Point, X. C. 

217 Center St., Thomasville, N.C. 

1109 S. Tarboro St., Wilson, N. C. 

1501-A Carolina Ave., High Point, X. C. 

1501-A Carolina Ave., High Point, X. C. 

Route 1, Westfield, X. C. 

227 Walnut St., Newport, Dela. 

2609 Lineberry St., Ashehoro, X. C. 

306 Oak St., Rnbhins, X. C. 

427 N. E. 15th St., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Route 1, Linwood, X. C. 

5622 Cambridge Rd., Greensboro, X. C. 

Box 353, Roxboro, X. C. 

1112 St. Johns St., High Point, X. C. 

618 Liberty Dr., Thomasville, X. C. 

Dryden Rd., Bemardsvillc, X. J. 

Tackson Springs, X. C. 

1201 Madison Ave., High Point, X. C. 

Route 2, Dobson, X. C. 



Blizzard, William Clayton 
Bloecher, M. Lovetta 
Blume, Marilyn Stephanie 
Bodnar, Susan Louise 
Bohannon, James Madison 
Boles. Beverly Faye 
Boles, Mickey Wayne 
Bonner, Kathryn Mooring 
Booker, James Stephen 
Boone, Nancy Ruth 
Bowden, Patricia Ann 
Bower, Bert Stephen 
Bower, Mrs. Joan Verlander (T) 
Bowman, Hague Cleo 
Bowman, Thomas Benton 
Boyle, Joseph Conrad (T) 
Boyd, Bobby Kenneth 
Bradley, Carolyn Sue 861, 
Bradley, Robert Milden 
Bradshaw, James Frederick (T) 
Brame, Richard Gwynn 
Branch, Judith Ann 
Brantlev, Lynda Margaret 
Braswel'l, Bobby Harold 
Br.rzzell, Ted LeRoy 
Brearley, Elizabeth Ann 
Brennan, Robert Timothy 
Brewer, B. Margo 
Brewer, Harold Wayne 
Brewer, Linda Sue 
Bridge, Roger A. 
Brinley, Marlene Sue 
Bristow, Iris White 
Brooks, Bonnie Sue 
Brooks, Carol Swainc 
Browder, Mrs. Bette Davvault 
Brooks, Yates Millard 
Brown, Barry William 
Brown, Denise Melissa 
Brown, Glenda Joann 
Brown, J. Daniel 
Brown, Larry Wayne 
Brown, Stephen Webb 
Brown. William Kenneth 
Browning, Wilson Harvey (T) 
Brownlee, Fam L., Jr. 
Brumbley, Thomas Jay 
Bryant, David Morris 
Brvant, Don George 
Bryant, Gerald Andre 
Brvant, Mrs. Melvia Gay 
Budd, Richard Paul 
Buffaloe, Frances Ann 
Bullard, Suzanne Bardin 
Bundv, Minnie Catherine 
Buncly, Ronald Floyd 



McCulloch Hall 

410 Otteray Drive 

1114 N. Centennial Drive 

Rowella Apts. No. 15 

2014 Twain Rd., Greensboro 

824 Montlieu Avenue 

607 Montlieu Avenue 

1503 Delk Drive 

529 Cable Street 

821 W. College Drive 

828 Circle Drive 

1509 N. W. Blvd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

807 Quaker Lane 

3731 H. P. Rd. Greensboro, N. C. 

2610 Woodruff Street 

1312-C Eaton Place 

5323 H. P. Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

1509 N. W. Blvd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

80-E Wm. & Mary Apts. 

807 Quaker Lane 

H. P. Rd. Greensboro, N. C. 

2610 Woodruff Street 

1312-C Eaton Place 

5323 H. P. Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

901 N. Hamilton 

1202 Greenway Drive 

Box 102, High Point, N. C. 

809 Willoubar Terrace 

1017 Montlieu Avenue 

Woman's Hall 

North Hall 

77-D Wm. & Mary Apts. 

431 W. Lexington Ave. 

803 East Farriss 

810 Montlieu Avenue 

810 Montlieu Avenue 

409 West Parkway 

207 Shadow Valley 

911 Denny Street 

Rt. 2, Box 85-M, High Point, N. C. 

Rt. 2, Box 85-M, High Point, N. C. 

1431 Wilshire Blvd. 

101 Westwood Avenue 

905 Montlieu Avenue 

Rt. 2, Trinity, N. C. 

806 Crrick Avenue 



3011 English St., High Point, N. C. 

3006 Wessex St., Orlanda, Fla. 

11.38 X. Rio Vista Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

4645 Sunny Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

638 Wesley Place, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Westfield. N. C. 

2534 Westover Dr. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

227 Woodland Circle, Hertford, N. C. 

Route 7, Jamestown, N. C. 

602 Hawthorne St., High Point, N.C. 

Route 6, Box 821A, Jacksonville Fla. 

704 72nd St., Newport News, Va. 

53 Peters Lane, Newport News, Va. 

1103 Bridges St., High Point, N. C. 

R.'F .D. 1, Westfield, N. C. 

40C Oaklane, Haiflax, Va. 

Route 1, Ararat, N. C. 

N. Jefferson St., Arlington 5, Va. 

31 Dunn Road, Hamden, Conn. 

224 Melrose St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Route 3, Asheville, N. C. 

512 North Church St., Mooresville, N. C. 

Box 195, Pine Level, N. C. 

2903 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 

3123 Riverside Ave., Somerset, Mass. 

Hubbardsville, N. Y. 

130 Westchester Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, Seagrove, N. C. 

1104 Cedar St., Leesburg, Fla. 

210 So. Manhattan Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

4419 S. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

501 Clover Dr., High Point, N. C. 

1318 Highland Dr., Baltimore, Md. 

Germantown, N. C. 

305 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

4789 Carlton Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

2500 B. E. Homestead Ave., High Point, N. C. 

3027 Konnoak Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ill Wintson St., Thomasville, N. C. 

1304 Kinney St., High Point, N. C 

8-A Oakwood Dt. Apt. 

2902 N. Main St 

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1721 Ardsley St., Winston-Salem, N. <- 

Piney Neck Rd., Dagsboro, Dela, 

330 Sudbury St., Marlboro, Mass. 

Chapel Lane, Wareham, Mass 

27 Culbreth St., Thomasville, N. C 

2308 Dallas St., High Point, N. 

303 Steele St., High Point, N. 

Box 74, Marston, N 

Chadburn, N. 

1506 Lexington Ave., High Point, N 

P.O. Box 143, Trinity, N 



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Kernersville, N. C. 



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Burchette, Hugh Thomas 
Burge, James Larry 
Burgess, Dave Noel 
Burks, Barney L. 
Burns, Ann Womble 
Burns, Delores Ann 
Burns, Margaret MacPhail 
Burns, Robert Austin 
Burrier, Judith Ann 
Burris, Nina Colton 
Burrow, Scott Dewayne 
Burt, Judith Lorie 
Butner, Thomas Melvin 
Byerly, Marlene Gail 

Cabot, Linda Donna 
Cacy, Barbara Joan 
Caine, Donald Ray 
Caldwell, Bucky Walters 
Callahan, Joe Douglas 
Callahan, Norman Scott 
Callaway, Deborah L. 
Callaway, Judith Flo 
Callicutt, Barbara Frisbee 
Callicutt, Betty Bell 
Campbell, Lois DeMoss 
Campbell, Ruby Kathryn 
Carlough, Robert Edward 
Carmichael, Roger Stanley 
Carr, John Benjamin, Jr. 
Carrington, Michael Moore 
Carroll, Charles Vernon, Jr. 
Carter, Linda Gail 
Carter, Margaret Ann 
Cashatt, Burton Lee 
Cashion, David Donald 
Cassimus, Linda Lee 
Caudle, Jan Franklyn 
Chapman, Roger Dale 
Charles, Robert Eugene 
Chernault, James Coe, Jr. 
Christian, Kirtikumas S. (T) 
Chris, James Peter 
Clapp, Nancy Mae 
Clark Robert Allen 
Clark, Robert Glen 
Clements, Ralph Edward 
Clements, Sarah Kate 
Cline, Claude Hubert 
Clodfelter, Brenda Gail 
Clodfelter, Steve Bradley 
Coghill, Phil 
Cohen, Alan Barry 
Cohen, Harold Louis 
Cole, Ruffin Reid 
Coleman, Mary Beth (T) 
Collier, Joseph Woodly 
Collins, Alfred Thomas 
Collins, Alvin Douglas 
Collins, June Letitia 
Colliver, Patti Ann 
Comer, Mildred Rosalie 
Connor, William Rex 
Cook, Donald Landon 
Cooke, Susan Lorene 
Cootes, Mary Lee 
Cope, William Franklin 
Corley, James Douglas 
Costas, Davis George, Jr. 
Couch, Dorothy Mae 
Covey, James Ronald 
Cox, Joseph Dean 
Cox, Phillip David 
Cox, Richard Douglas 
Craven, Cynthia Farnsworth 
Craven, Linda Carol 
Craver, Larry James 
Crawford, Roger James 
Crotts, Beverly Ann 
Crotts, Bobby Dean 
Crowell, Julius Alexander, Jr. 
Crutchfield, Jessie McBane 
Culbreth, Susan Wood 
Culler, David Allen 
Cummings, John C. 
Curry Wayne ClifTord 

Dail, Francis Earl 
Damewood, Margarette Ann 
Daniel, Armand J. 
Daniel, W. Zane 
Darnell, Linda Sue 
Darroch, Margaret Elois 
Davidson, Beverly Lane 
Davidson, William Preston 
Davis, Edward Lee 
Davis, Gary A. 
Dawis, Henry Carlton 
Davis, James Neal 
Davis, Joe Allen 
Deal, Kenneth Ray 
DeCarion Deirdre 
Demik, Frances Kay 
Dennis, Bonnie Jo 
Dennis, Gary Eugene 
Desio, Suzan Hay den 
Dickerson, Thomas Edison, Jr. 
Dickerson, Harold P., Jr. 
Dobbins, William Manning 
Doby, J"anet Nevelle 
Donahue, Mrs, Merquette 
Doolittle, James Howard 
Doss, Janet Carol 
Dowdy, Judith Gail 
Dowless, Stewart Bruce 



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2916 Thomasville, Rd., Winston-Salem, 
Route 3, High Point, 
1020 Montlicn Ave, High Point 
129 Lemly St., Winston-Salem 
Box 5.5, Troy, 
Route 1, Robbins, 
325 McAhvay, Charlotte, 
100 West End Blvd., Winston-Salem, 
2733 Picardy PI., Charlotte 
924 Rotary Dr., High Point, 
1607 Hastv St., Asheboro, 
202 Oakwood Dr., Thomasville, 
836 Shoher Ave., Winston-Salem, 
Route 2, Box 405, High Point, 



323 Phillips St., High Point, N. C. 

Sycamore Ave., Woodbury, Conn. 

2511 Pinecroft St., Greensboro, N, C. 

Box 167, Lincolnton, N. C. 

131 Jewel St., Thomasville, N. C. 

1001 Chestnut St., High Point, N. C. 

419 Spring St., Mt. Airv, N. C. 

211 Grace St., Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Route 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

413 Hillside Dr., Lexington, N. C. 

18 Milton Ave., Westminster, Md. 

Route 1, Box 135, Silcr City, N. C. 

181 Arch St., Ramsey, N. J. 

1606 River Road, High Point, N. C. 

622 West Washington, Rockingham, N. C. 

Finley St., North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

1202 Blain St., High Point, N. C. 

Box 682, Red Springs, N. C. 

P.O. Box 11, Mocksville, N. C. 

217 Welch Dr., High Point, N. C. 

6 Jerseyville Ave., Freehold, N. J. 

15 Longwood Dr., Huntington Station, N. Y. 

212 S. 3rd St., Albemarle, N. C. 

Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. 

3424 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

512 Gatewood Ave., High Point, N. C. 

2227 Pinecrowft Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

438 Roslyn Road, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

331 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C. 

809 Darby St., Kinston, N. C. 

Route 1, Stuart, Virginia 

473 Archer St., Freeport, N. Y. 

Rockwell, N. C. 

300 Shadow Valley, High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, High Point, K. C. 

4211 Old Greensboro Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Routh 4, Henderson, N. C. 

1011 Forrest Ave., High Point, N. C. 

4331 Marquette Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 

801 Grace St., High Point, N. C. 

South Main St., Reidsville, N. C. 

Route 2, Ashoskie, N. C. 

.503 Dean St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Route 1, Jamestown, X. C. 

512 W. Ray St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Seagrove, N. C. 

32-B Golling AFB, Washington, D. C. 

Route 1, Box 7, Kernersville, N. C. 

R.F.D. 2, Box 245, Huntersville, N. C. 

Ill W. Queen St., Strasburg, Va. 

Route 1, Kernersville, N. C. 

200 25th St., N. E„ Winston-Salem, N. C. 

301 Baker Rd., Norfolk, Va. 

8 Knorr Rd., Monroe, Conn. 

307 S. Washington St., Easton, Md. 

Route 1, Kernersville, N. C. 

1307 Wright St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, Trinity, N. C. 

2008 Poe St., Lakeland Fla. 

Route 2, Box 390, High Point, N. C. 

Route 8, Box 262, Lexington, N. C. 

539 Oakridge Ave., N. Plainfield, N. J. 

Route 2, Trinity, N. C. 

500 N. Main St., High Point, N. C. 

311 Juanita Ave., Hamlet, N. C. 

209 Pineburr Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 183, Greensboro, N. C. 

2307 N. Centennial Ave., High Point, N. C. 

801 Park St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 4, Lexington, N. C. 



1305 Holman, St., Kinston, 

809 Brandy Road, Aiken, 

227 Colville Rd., Charlote, 

R.F.D. 4, Rutledge, 

Route 1, Box 57, Kannapolis, 

R.F.D. 3, Lillington, 

1008 Congress., St., S. E., Washington 20 

505 Washington St., Winston-Salem, 

3624 Fairlane Dr., High Point, 

9 Redwine St., Lexington, 

Route 3, Lexington, 

Box 67, Trinity, 

2804 Centennial Ave., High Point, 

Route 1, Stony Point, 

3 Van Buren St., Freeport, 

3825 Annlin Ave., Charlotte, 

1606 Johnson St., High Point, 

606 Everette St., High Point, 

205 Hayne St., Monroe, 

321 West 2nd St., Lexington, 

Box 77, Richmond Hi: 

2300 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, 

412 Forest Ave., High Point, 

146 Oakhurst St., Kernersvile.l 

Box 685, Rockingham, 

Route 6, Sanford 

700 Locust St., High Point, 

900A E. Homestead Ave., High Point, 



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Downs, Miriam Jeanne 
Draper, Howard Dennis, Jr. 
Drve, Jerrv Lee 
Dudley, William Garland. Ill 
Dunn, Barbara V. 
Dunn, Larrv Stephen 
Dutlon, Martha Jean 
Dwiggins, Donald Max 
Dyer, Daniel Harden 

Earlv, Gloria Janet 

Earnhardt, Daniel T. 

Earnhardt, Johnny Franklin 

Earnhardt, Ruth Maier 

East, Gallic Ann 810 A. 

Edmonds, Lula Mae 

Edmonds, Sally Baynes 

Edmundson, Haywood Ernest 

Edn ards, Jimmy Carlton 

Edwards, Sam Houston 

Elder, Sylvia Dianne 

Elkins, George Leighton 

Elkins, George Trade 

Eller, Carol Brock (Tl 

Eller, Thomas Darrcll 

Elliott, Jane Carol 

Elliott, Rebecca Joyce 

Ellis, Roverda Ann 

Ellison, William Boyd 

Emery, Ann 

English, Judith Marie 

Em, Gary' Rochford 

Essick, Dorthea K. 



2304 Springdale Ave.. Charlotte, X. C. 

SOS Poplar Rd., Favetteville, X. C. 

622 Ward St.. High Point, X. C. 

Box 29, Reidsville, X. C. 

221 Steel.' St., High Point, X. C. 

Route 2, Seagrove, X. C. 

104 Church St., Rockingham, X. C. 

1018 Martin St., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

607 Rives Road, Martinsville, Va. 

136 Gladden St., Marion, X. C. 

2610 Duke Homestead, Durham. X. C. 

Children's Home, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Ervin Heights, Thomasville, X. C. 

C. cc W. Squadron, Winston-Salem, X*. C 

Route 3, High Point, X". C. 

303 Chestnut St., High Point, X. C. 

529 X. Mercer St.. Rocky Mount, X. C. 

Simpson, N. C. 

1010 Westovor Terrace, Greensboro, 

1100 Baker Road, High Point, 

Route 7, Box 185, Greensboro, 

206 Williams St., Lexington, 

10/ East Drive, Winston-Salem, 

Route 3, Thomasville, 

P. O. Box 608, Thomasville, 

216 Montlien Ave.. High Point, 

Route 3, Mocksville, 

Brittain Ave., Sumnicrfield, 

10122 Ashwnod Dr.. Kensington, Md. 

119 Trindale Rd., Archdale, N. C. 

Wigwam Road, Locust, X. J. 

Route 4, Lexington, X. C. 



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Fairweathcr, David Bruce (T) 
Fallin, William Douglas 
Farlow, John Battle 
Farlow, William Allen 
Farmer, Theron Clyde, Jr. 
Feng, Louise 
Fennell, Gerald Francis 
Ferebee, Marvin Gray 
Ferguson, Linda Lou 
Ferguson, Thomas Andrew 
Ferran, Linda M. 
Ferranzano, William Harry 
Ferree, John Rictzel, Jr. 
Fields, Anne Douglas 
Finerty, Harriet 
Firstenberg. Maria 
Fishel, William E„ Jr. 
Fitch, Ruth Harriett 
Fitzgerald, Linda Lucille 
Fletcher, Cynthia Kay 
Flinchum, Brenda Gayle 
Floyd, Angelyn Robbins 
Floycl, Julia Ellen 
Floyd, Marilyn 
Foddrell, Kenneth Wayne 
Folgeman, Bobbv Wavne 
Foley, Joe Lee, til 
Ford, .Roger Craig 
Foster, Coy Linville, Jr. 
Foster, Frank Ashiey 
Foster, Louise Irene 
Foster, Roy Eugene 
Fouhks, Cynthia Ann 
Fralcy, Raymond Wilford 
Frank, Karon Marie 
Frazier, Donald Ray 
Frazier, James David, Jr. 
Freeman, Thomas Wistar 
Freeman, Willard Rankin 
Frve, Carolyn Elizabeth 
Fuik, Gilda Cox 
Folk, Stewart Edward, Jr. 
Furman, Wayne Edgar 
Furr, Max Taylor 
Fussell, Sara Alice 

Gailev, James William 
Gallagher, Patrick Lee 
Gant, Johnny Austin 
Garmon, Myrtle Amelia 
Garner, Eddie Lynn 
Garner, Jenny Lynn 
Garrett, Judy Gail 
Garrett, Philip Brent 
Garrison, Philip Earl 
Geist, Carol Louise 
Gentry, Hugh H. 
Gever, Gail Jan 
Gibbs, Robert Rudolph 
Gibson, Frances Favion 
Gibson, Fritz Hyrim, Jr. 
Gibson, Virginia Sue 
Giles, Phyllis Rae 
Gladstone, William Carter 
Goodson, Janie Pearl 
Gordon, John Arthur 
Gordon, William Philip 
Gosnell, William Joseph 
Gough, Ezra Elmer 
Gowen, Robert Mullen 
Grant, Rayford Baxter 
Grant, Roy Alvin 
Gray, Arnold Franklin 
Gray, David Alexander 
Gra'v, William B. 
Greaves, Clifford Sparred 
Greene, Connie Elaine 
Greene, James Michael 
Greene, Judy McXeil 
Green, Peggy Ruth 
Greenwood, Ray 



8 Cockrell, Alexandria, Va. 

14'/ 2 Allentown Rd., S. E. Washington 22, D. C. 

2208 E. Green St., High Point, X. C. 

3611 Luck Dr., Archdale, X. C. 

Route 3, Greer. S. C. 

63 Merrvn Road, Singapore II, Malava 

100 Bruce Terrace, Mineola L. I., X. V. 

Slli Westover Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

930 Ball Park Road, Thomasville, X. C. 

285 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge, X. J. 

P. O. Box 237, Eustis, Fla. 

377 Simomac Ave., Wvckoff, N. I. 

312 Oakwood St., High Point. X. C. 

Route 2, Walstonburg, X. C. 

17 Russell Road, New Castile, Deleware 

780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, X. Y. 

1160 West End Blvd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

P. O. Box 85, Trinity, N.C. 

Route 1, Stanley, N. C. 

P. O. Box 861, Kannapolis, X. C. 

Route 2, High Point. X. C. 

Box 543, Denton, N. C. 

Oxford Rd., Henderson, N. C. 

Thompson St., Whitevillc, X. C. 

614 Cable St., High Point, X. C. 

619 Hedrick St., High Point, X. C. 

2072 A Gordon Rd., High Point, X. C. 

Route 1, Indian Trail, X. C. 

2843 Lomond St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

3804 Vest Mill Road, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Route 5, High Point, X. C. 

3804 Vest Mill Road, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

321 Marion Ave., Haddon Field, N. J. 

1850 S. Kings Highway, Alexandria, Va, 

3840 Moore Ave., "Grove City, Ohio 

Route 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

914 Willohar Terrace, High Point, X. C. 

420 Rotarv Dr., High Point, N. C. 

126 Renola Dr., High Point, N. C. 

R.F.D. 4. Leesburg, Va. 

212 Grand Ave.. High Point, X. C. 

4834 Baux Mtn. Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

4412 Xorbeck Road, Rockville, Md. 

1229 E. Homestead Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Ecker Apts., B-4, High Point, X. C. 

2731 Stratford Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

11026 Mill-field, Livonia, Mich. 

Route 3, Tavlorsville, N. C. 

103 E. Mam St., Kings Mountain, X. C. 

Route 2. Box 221, Xewport, X. C. 

Route, Box 457, Xewport, X. C. 

1326 Country Club Dr., High Point, N. C. 

1112 Pembroke Rd., Greensboro, X. C. 

107 E. State St., Glenwood, Indiana 

270 Sylvan Drive, W. Hempstead, N. Y. 

King, X. C. 

23 Headley Terrace, Irvington, X. J. 

403 Aberdeen Terrace, Greensboro, N. C. 

403 Clarkway Dr., Sprav, iX. C. 

1008 Montague St., Xo. Charleston, S. C. 

R. F. D. 1, Red Springs, X. C. 

Box 234, Archdale, N. C. 

752 Wimbrie Rd., Macon, Ga. 

113 Man wood Rd., High Point, X. C. 

614 E. State St., High Point, X. C. 

Route 1, Box 475, High Point, X. C. 

4450 MaeArthur, X. \V„ Washington 7, D. C. 

Route 8, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

429 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids, X. C. 

2916 Kceler St., Greensboro, X. C. 

2916 Keeler St., Greensboro, X. C. 

908 Salem St., Thomasville, X. C. 

1407 Bradshaw St., High Point, X. C. 

612 Gatewood Ave., High Point, X. C. 

3203 Conrad St., Greensboro, X. C. 

P. O. Box 66, RuHin, X. C. 

Route 5, High Point, X'. C. 

101 Ford St., Thomasville, X. C. 

55 Westover Dr., Asheville, X". C. 

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Gresham, Douglas Eugene 
Grief, Franklin Wilson 
Grilfin, Walter Knox 
Grimsley, Richard 
Groome, Henrv Leon 
Grubbs, Bettie Sue 
Grubbs, Carol Sue (T) 
Grubbs, Horance Ronald (T; 
Guignard, Lucy Anna 
Gunn, Kenneth Claude 
Gunn, Thomas Hilton 
Gunter, Nancy Carole 

Haga, Marvin Ray 
Haggard, Carol Anne 
Hahs, James Asbton 
Hall, Bobby Brown 
Hall, Janice Abigail 
Hall, Judith Carol 
Hallman, Evelyn Marie 
Hammond, Dan Wynn 
Hamlin, Patsy Flippin 
Haneox, Pamela Ann 
Haney, Jerry Wallace 
Hanner Roscoe Lacey (T) 
Hanson, Priscilla Watson 
Harbison, Sara DeVaughn 
Hardin, Georgianna Mae 
Hardy, Rhonda Leah 
Hargett, John Richard 
Harrington, Marie- 
Harrington, Mary- 
Harris, Florence Catherine 
Harris, James' Carmon, Jr. 
Harris, William Patrick 
Harris, William W. 
Harrison, Evelyn Frances 
Harrison, Ruby Marie (T) 
Harrison, Talton Jerry 
Hartsell, Robert Parker, Jr. 
Harvey, Marion Lee (T) 
Harward, Sandra Mabel 
Hatsings, Vici Marie 
Hatcher, Bergie Lee 
Hanser, Mrs. Geraldine Anne 
Hawkins, Jerry Alvin 
Hawks, Charles Taylor 
Hawks, Patricia Jane 
Hayes, Judith Lucile 
Hayes, Nelson Edward 
Hayes, Richard McLaughlin, Jr. 
Hazelwood, Joseph Wayne 
Hazemey, Selma 
Hedrick, Brenda Gaye 
Hedrick, David Stafford 
Hedrick, Patrick William 
Hedrick, Stanley Harris 
Helms, Jackie Elizabeth 
Henderson, Clyde Edward 
Hendri.v, George Leondas 
Hendrex, Kenneth Lee 
Hepler, Peter Wade 
Hernandez, Marcel Joseph 
Hester, Margaret Susan 
Hevdenburg, Janet Louise 
Hiatt, Reitzel Gene- 
Hill, Peggv Jean 
Hill, Phyllis Sue 
Hilton, Martha Frances 
Hinkle. Wayne Douglas 
Hinklei Gaston E., Jr. 
Hislop, Robert I., Jr. 
Hite, Stephen Mcintosh 
Hobson, Alice Moore 
Hobson, Charles Ward 
Hobson, William Irving 
Hodge, Dale Robinson 
Hodgin, Rebecca Jane 
Hodgson, Carleen Lee 
Hogan, Martin Franks 
Hogan, Thurman Ray 
Holden, Jerry Clark 
Holland, Ronda Kay 
Holland, Sarannet Jessamine 
Hollcman, James Edwin 
Holmes, Dayton Duncan 
Holt, Riehand Thane 
Hooker, Herman Douglas 
Hooks, Sandra Faye 
Houston, John David 
Hope. E. Michele 
Howard, Charles Thomas 
Howlett, Joe Michael 
Howlett, Judith Anne 
Hoyle, Majorie Linda 
Hovle, Tullie Ann 
Hoyt, Fred W. 
Hudson, Roberta Brown 
Hull, Wanda Lou 
Humphrey, Linda White 
Huss, Phyllis Naidyna 
Hutchins, Dewey Melton, Jr. 
Hutchins, DeLinda Louise 
Hyatt, Donna Geneva 

Ijames, Judith Ann 
Ingle, Ada Frances 
Ingram, Judy Estelle 
Ireland, Thomas Herbert 
Isley, John Mack, Jr. 



Jarrell, L. Aleene 
Jarrctt, John Ronald 
Jarrctt, Mary Lou 
Jarvis, Blanche Elizabeth 
Jarvis, Frank Melvin 



6101 Glciuidgc Rd.. Charlotte, N. C. 

Route 1, Stanley, X. (.'. 

524 X. Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

1008 Tanlev Road, Silver Spring, Md. 

Rt. 7, Box ISO, Greensboro, X. C. 

Route 3, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

619 Mt. Vernon Ave., Winston Salem, N. C. 

619 Mt. Vernon Ave., Winslon-Salem, X. C. 

2714 Dogwood Car., Charlotte 8, N. C;. 

Route 1. Box 92, Dinwiddle. Va. 

Route 6, Reidsville, N. C. 

Route 1. Box 52, Moncure, K. C. 

Route 2, Kingsport, Tenn. 

349 Bonne Ave., Winchester, Ky. 

420 Princeton Ave., Merehantville, N. J. 

1107 W. Burton St., High Point, X. C. 

Route 1, Mavodan, j\. C. 

Route 1, Pineville, N. C. 

2319 Edgewood, High Point, N. C. 

1009 W. Bessmer Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 

401 Mint St., High Point, N. C. 

62 1 - Cookman Ave., Ocean Grove, X. J. 

2309 Lowe Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, Randleman, X. C. 

1312 A. Eaton Place, High Point, N. C. 

209 Lenoir Rd., Morganton, N. C. 

339 W. Kivett St., Asheboro, N. C. 

Route 1, Cameron, N. G. 

Box 216. Monroe, N. C. 

R.F.D. 1, Fairmont, N. C. 

Route 1, Fairmont, N. C. 

222 Roekspring Rd., High Point, N. C. 

P. O. Box 524, Thomasville, X. (.'. 

Box 218 Candor, N. C. 

2307 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C:. 

R.F.D. 2, Bostic, N. C. 

Route 2, Kinston, X. C. 

Route 3, Thomasville, i\. C. 

407 So. Ridge Ave., Kannapolis, N. C. 

Route 4, Thomas\'ille, N. C 

7701 Daniel Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. 

1800 N. Cannon Blvd., Kannapolis, N. C. 

R.F.D. 2, Flovd. Va. 

223 Steele St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Hurdles Mill, N. C. 

2708 Mavview Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

18 Dixie Trail, Raleigh, X. C. 

2416 Woodward Way, Atlanta, Ga. 

420 Morehead St., Gastonia, N. C. 

1417 Long St., High Point, X. C. 

Route 3, Madison, N. C. 

1021 Meadowbrook St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 203, Thomasville, 

1123 Adams St., High Point, 

Route 2, Lexington, 

Route 2, Lexington, 

1010 Holton St., High Point, 

327 A Whitter St., High Point, 

705 Centennial Ave., High Point, N\ 

Route 2, Trinity, 

1045 Miller St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

94-66 Alstvne Ave., Elmhurst 73, N. Y. 

309 Woodrow, High Point, N. C. 

1106 Waverlv Rd., Tallahassee, Fla. 

4320 Archdale Rd., High Point, N. C. 

2921 Reynolds Park Rd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Route 2, Trinity, X. C. 

Route 2, High Point, X. C. 

410 Rotary Dr., High Point, N. C. 

1313 Wright St., High Point, N. C. 

200 Hillcrest Dr., High Point, N. C. 

5416 Masefield Road, Baltimore 29. -Md. 

Yaclkinville, X. C. 

Box 34, East Bend, N. C. 

Box 34, East Bend, N. C. 

117 Plymouth Lane, Manchester, Conn. 

Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. 

Ill Harrison Ave., Somerset, Mass. 

1013 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Route 3, Asheboro, N. G. 

614 Old Thomasville Rd., High Point, N. C. 

Route 5, Winston-Salem, X. (,'. 

304 William St., Kannapolis. X. C. 

824 Knollwood, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

16 Holbrook Ct., Ansonia, Conn. 

53-36 199 St., Flushing, X. Y. 

Route 1, Pilot Mountain, X. C. 

R.F.D. 2, Fremont, X. C. 

Box 5, Homer, Indiana 

P. O. Box 553, Wauehula, Fla. 

Route 5, Box 464, High Point, N C. 

804 Arthur Ave., High Point, X. 

804 Arthur Ave., High Point, 

Route 3, Shelbv, 

507 E. First St., Cherrvville, 

110 Sunset Dr., High Point, 

Box 57, Granite Quarry, 

Route 2, High Point, 

1605 Greenville Rd., Kmston, 

109 North 12 St.. Bessemer Citv, 

107 Chestnut St., Lexington, 

217 Spencer Ave., High Point, 

Moravian Falls, 

102 Westchester Dr., High Point, X. C. 

100 Plunierest Dr., Charlotte, X. C. 

Route 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

Huntington, Md. 

601 E. Salisbury St., Asheboro, X. C. 



Route 5, Mount Airv, X. C 

Box 431, Archdale, X. C. 

1626 W. Lexington Ave. Ext., High Point, X C 

4208 Hilltop Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

800 Meredith St., High Point, X C 



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Peggy Jo A nne 
Sallv Lou 
David A. 
.., Betty Anne 
m, Elmer Linwood 
in, Frank Sidney 
in, Jeffrey Allen Box 
in. Jewel Church 
'ii, Joyce Ina 
on, Catharine Ellen 
on, Linda Lee 
on, Spencer Roosevelt, J 

Alton Monroe 

Andrew Douglas 

Bettie Spencer 

Carol Kay 

David Ernest 

Donald Albeit 

Flora Eve 
Julie Hobson 

William Lester 

Mnynarcl Ray 
, Julia Ann 



Kandzcr, Jerry Wayne 
Kearney, Joanne Xaomi 
Kearns, Lee Roy 
Keener, Patricia Lee 
Keith, Joseph LeRoy 
Kellv, Martha Jean 
Kelly, Wendell Brantley, 
Kemp, David Lee 



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Kcnerly, Da\'id Michael 
Kennedy, Bobby Faye 
Kennedy, Harold Aaron 
Kennedy, John Douglas 
Kennedy, Kenneth Wayne 
Kennedy, Joseph Lynn 
Kennedy, Willa Christine 
Kennedy, William Gary 
Kester, Thomas Sntton 
Kester, William Vance. Jr. 
Key, Patsy Anne 
Kiger, Benny Gray 
Kiger, Gary Wayne 
King, Stephen Frederick 
Kinlaw, Barbara Jean 
Kinney, Garland Paul 
Kinney, Stanley Walter 
Kinsey, Phillip Lawrence 
Kirkman, Joyce Nell 
Kirkan, Larry Fillmore 
Kitley, R. Marsden 
Kivett, Jerry Ray 
Kline, Gretchcn 
Knapp, Richard Stevenson 
Knight, Marie Elena 
Knight, Sandra Jayne 
Koontz, ferry Dean 
Knrnegay, Robert David 
Krimminger, Bettv Leana 
Kyle, Gerald L. 

Lambeth, Frank Simmons 
Lambeth, Judy Gray 
Lane, Judith Marie 
Lanier, Linda Karen 
Lankford, Johnny Eddie 
Lanzieri, Arlene Lyman 
Lasala, Tony John 
Latham, Michael Alvin 
Laubseher, Elizabeth Ann 
Lawing, Daniel Edwin 
Lawrence, Donna Leigh 
Lawson, Carol Lewis (Mrs.) 
Lawson, Kenneth Ray 
Lawson, Xina Virginia 
Leberman, Majorie Beth 
Leckie, Sylvia Susan 
Lee, June 

Lemar, Robert Eugene (T) 
Lemmond, Lila Kav 
Leonard, Darryl Brent (T) 
Leonard, Rov Edward 
Leweliyn, Darius Ross 
Lcwin, 'Leonard Bruce 
Lewis, Frank L., Jr. 
Lewis, Patricia Ann 
Lewis, Walter Wayne 
Liedke, Fred John, Jr. 
Light, Sandra Lucille 
Liles, Doris Selene (Tl 
Lilly, Ilarrv Glenn 
Lily, Ronald Xed 
Lindberg, Shervl Ann 
Lindley, Winfred Earl 
Lineberry, Donald Wayne 
Lineberger, Patsy Eaker 
Liner, Brenda Joyce 
Litaker, Joe Lester 
Little, Donald Alexander 
Livengood, William Robert 
Lloyd, Lynda Kav (T) 
Lloyd, Barbara L. 
Lloyd, Robert Austin (T) 
Llovd, Viviano Georgette 
Loekman, John Wesley 
Loflin, Janice Elizabeth 
Logan, Jane Diiscoll 
Lomax, Blanton Bradshaw, ] 
Long, Evelyn Marie 
Long, John Kelly 
Longwith, Judy Claudine 
Lorber, Joseph Frederick 
Loven, Linda Bvers (T) 



805 W. Fouth St., Lexington, X c 

517 Whiteoak St., High Point, N. C. 

Clewiston, Fla. 

North Broadway, Upper Nyack, N, Y. 

Clarkton, N. c! 

2705 Duke Homestead Rd., Durham, N C 

118 Kathland Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 

182, Seroe, Colorado, Aruba, Netherlands, Antilles 

1143 St. John St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 4, North Wilksboro, i\. C 

4224 East West Hwy., Chevy Chase, Md. 

Boz "A", Whiteville, West Va 

2728 English St., High Point, N. C 

Route 2, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

205 Petree Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

1302 Rhem, Kinston, N. C. 

Route 2, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

318 Coltrane St., High Point, N. C. 

903 Grant St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Shannon, N. C. 

220 Elm St., Asheboro, N. C. 

701 Denning Place, Charlotte, N. C. 

Route 1, Lawsonville, N. C. 

1010 Rotary Dr., High Point, N. C. 

.3042 Waterford Rd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

10 Fourth St. N., Arlington, N. J. 

Route 3, Box 375 A„ Henderson, N. C. 

Route 2, Box 200, Princess Anne, Va. 

337 E. Tenth St., Rushville, Inch 

209 Sunnybrook, High Point, N. C. 

R.F.D. 2, Carthage, N. C. 

3409 Greenhill Rd., High Point, N. C. 

200 E. Guilford St., Thomasville, X. C. 

Biscoe, N. C. 

R.F.D. 2, Thomasville, N. C. 

77 Highland Dr., Denville, N. J. 

Route 2, Trinity, N. C. 

Route 4, Thomasville, N, C. 

121 Lakeside D., High Point, N. C. 

505 Enterprise St., High Point, N. C. 

815 Fifth St., High Point, N. C. 

815 Fifth St., High Point, N. C. 

2006 W. Rotary Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Rural Hall, N. C. 

Rural Hall, N. C. 

41 Birchwood Lane, White Plains, N. Y. 

Route 3, Carthage, N. C. 

1017 Kearns St., High Point, N. C. 

1017 Kearns St., High Point, X. C. 

219 Centennial Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Pleasant Garden, N. C. 

Route 7, Greensboro, N. C. 

181 Seventh Ave., Trov, N. Y. 

707 Hines St., High Point, N. C. 

Carolina Apts., Thomasville, N. C. 

325 Louise Ave., High Point, N. C. 

102 First St., N. Charleston, S. C. 

Route 3. Madison, N. C. 

Box 183-A, Thomasville, N. C. 

1410 Seminole Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

Route 4, Concord, N. C. 

First St., Oxford, Md. 

206 E. Lake Dr., Thomasville, N. C. 

Route 2, Box 367, Lexington, N. C. 

Pinnacle, N. C. 

400 Lindale Dr., High Point, N. C. 
Route 2, King, N, C. 

114 Sentinel Hill, Derby, Conn. 

8 W. Helen, Hamden, Conn. 

Route 2, Advance, N. C. 

P. O. Box 33, Cameron, N. C. 

Route 1, Maiden, N. C. 

Seagrove, N. C. 

327 Nathan Hunt Dr., High Point, N. C. 

327 Nathan Hunt Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Glen Allen, Va. 

210 Euclid Ave., Hamburg, N. Y. 

Route 5, Statesville, N. C. 

106 Pogue St., Raleigh, N. C. 

110 Paddison St., Kernersville, N. C. 

Box 241, Matthews, N. C. 

401 Cox Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 
Route 1, Box 43, Thomasville, N. C. 

1042 Montieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

3056 Keansange Rd., Camden, N. J. 

510 N. Gurthie Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Route 5, Dunn. N. C. 

400 S. Washington St., Easton, Md. 

100 Ardmore St., Hamden, Conn. 

Jonas Ridge, N. C. 

1510 Dogwood St.. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

1106 W. Lenoir, Kiston, N. C. 

204 Ragsdale Rd., Jamestown, N. C. 

1108 Dartmouth Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, Pittsboro, N. C. 

307 Vandalia Rd„ Greensboro, N. C. 

Box 95, Wadesboro, N. C. 

1219 Greensboro Rd., High Point, N. C. 

47 Park Ave., Concord, N. C. 

Route 1, Iron Station, N. C. 

1325 Heathcliffe Rd., High Point, N. C- 

609 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

2 Orchard Ave., N. Plainfield, N. J. 

303 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C. 

3609 S. Lois Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

Route 1, Iron Station, N. C. 

Trinity, N. C. 

Y'adkinville, N. C. 

Box 395, Denton, N. C- 

Erwin Heights, Thomasville, N. C. 

204 Forest Hills, Gastonia, N. C 

Route 3, Waxhaw, N. C 

Route 72, Manahawkin, N. J 

205 Va. Ave., Concord, X. G 



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Lowder, Judith Rebecca 
Lose, David Allen 
Lu, Yang, Sieng 
Lupton, John Morissey 

McAllister, Carolyn Jean 
McCarthy, William Joseph 
McCollum, Jean Carole 
McCorkle, Charles Edison 
McCracken, R. Wesley 
McDaniel, Harold Edward 
McDaniel, Pefitfy Ann 
McDaniel, Shirley Jean 
McDowell, Audrey Fae 
McDowell, Richard Earl 
McDuffie, James Edward 
McElhannon, Ronald Jasper 



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McGhce, Pcarlie Jean 
McGinn, M. Dell 
McHone, Sandra Gay 
Mcllvaine, Joyce Ellison 
Mclnnis, Vera Evelyn 
McKechnie, Robert Matthew 
McKiniey, William Henry 
McKnight, Jerry Clint 
McMasters, Carolyn King 
McNamee, Margaret Lynn 
McPherson, Luthem Patterson 

Mader, Sharon Joan 
Manuel, Rrcnda Erie 
Manuel, Marvin Leon 
Marlowe, Mrs. Athelene Payne 
Mann, Elizabeth Austin 
Manning, Calvin Clay 
Marshall, Ellen Frye 
Marsteller, Paul Ednntnd 
Martin, Catherine Anne 
Martin, James Christopher 
Martin, Jimmie Rayvon 
Martin, Kenneth Allen 
Martin, Mary Ann 
Martz, Gene Austin 
Mashburn, Mendel Laine 
Mason, Rosemary 
Mastroyiannakis, Aristides G. 
Mathis, Harry Walter 
Maultsby, Joan Cleo 
Maxwell, George Larry 
May, Mishew Ann (Mrs.) 
May, Yvonne 
Mazzoli, Henri Ronald 
Meadows, Stanley Edward, Jr. 
Medlin, Robert Lee 
Merrick, Carol Jean 
Michael, Bob James 
Michael, Paul Edward 
Michaux, Janeive Sudie 
Milgrim, Laura W. 
Miller, Janet Louise 
Miller, Richard Maury 
Mills, Judith Diane 
Mills, Rickie Wayne 
Mills, Rodney Bryan 
Minchew, Julia Carr 
Mitchell, Edward Huffington, Jr. 
Mitchell, Thelma Estella 
Mock, Suzanna Rucker 
Modlin, Mariam Jane 
Moffett, Nancy Louise 
Motnague, Robert Thomas 
Montague, Stephen Carr 
Moon, Sylvia Kay 
Moore, Franklin Delores 
Moore, Marjorie Walker 
Moore, Rosa Mae 
Moose, George Francis., Ill 
Moose, Harold Monroe 
Morgan, Gerald Allen 
Morgan, Pauline Mass 
Morris, Sherrill F., Jr. 
Moser, Steve Ryan 
Motsin£er, Wesley Alvin 
Mowry, Jerry Randall 
Mullis, Lewis Barrow 
Munn, Clifton Vinson 
Murdock, Jerry Wayne 
Murphy, Alpha Ray, Jr. 
Murphy, Paul T. 
Murray, Gloria Jean 
Murray, Nelda Louise 
Murrow, Shirley Ann 
Myers, Charles Stuart 
Myers, Donald Gray 
Myers, Jerry Lee 
Myers, Harold Graham 
Myers, Thomas Ralph 
Myers, Woodrow Dan 
Myrick, Carrie Estelle 

Neal, Clara Jane 
Neal, Louis Hanes 
Neale, Elizabeth Suter 
Neel, Dale Sidney 
Nelson, Fletcher, Jr. (T) 
Nelson, Jerry Don 
Nesbit, Charles Edward 
Neville, Walter Henry 
Nichols, Gayle Lenore 
Nixon, Dottie Dean 
Noblett, Nancy Anne 
Nolan, Larry Russell 
Norman, Larry Gray 
Norris, William Hull 
Norwood, Mary Cecilia Sides 



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164G Maple Ave, Albemarle, \. C. 

211 Grcenoak Dr., High Point, i\. C 

32 Market Rd., Siliu, Sarawak 

1017 Montlieu Ave, High Point, X. C. 

720 Brooksidc Dr., High Point, ,\. C. 

4412 Reservoir Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C:. 

Ri>nte 1, Rox 670 MeLeansville, N. C. 

Route 1, Denver. X. C. 

3270 Robin Hood Road, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

10125 Gulf Blvd., St.. Petersburg. Fla. 

Route 2, Bennett, N. C. 

705 Stone, St., Kings Mountain, N. C. 

1912 Forrest Dr., Wavnesbnrn, Va. 

19 School St., "Bradford, Pa. 

Route 4, Old Salisbury Rd., Winston-Salem 

1709 Shady Dr., Ashehoro, 

Box 404, Jonesville, 

Routt- 2, Fort Mill, 

1257 Bluemont Rd., Mt. Airv, 

218 Edgedale Dr., High Point, 

Box 25, Lakeview, 

Box 216, Matthews, 

2708 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 

431 Wright St., High Point, 

441-A Greek Ridge Rd., Greensboro, 

1641 Hull Circle, Orlando, Fla. 
Box 36, Polkton, N. C. 

2940 Selma St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

560 Academy St., Madison, N. C. 

403 Cox Ave., Thomasville, N. C. 

Route 3, Thomasville. N. C. 

501 Tasker St., Ridley Park, Pa. 

Route 6, Lexington, N. C. 

1216 N. Main St., Apt. 18, High Point, N. C. 

1725 Marine Parkway, Brooklyn, 

902 W. Ray St., High Point, 

Route 5, Lexington, 

813 Gaines Ave., High Point, 

2111 Chestnut St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, Westfield, N. C. 

112 Columbus Ave., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Star, N C. 

Yadkinville, N. C. 

514 Ashe St., High Point, N. C. 

1516 Doune St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

810 Faison Ave., Fayetteville, N. C. 

609 W. Tenth Ave., Crossett, Ark. 

Lexington Ave., High Point, N. C. 

1106 St. John's St., High Point, N. C. 

40 Washington St., Plainville, Mass. 

311 Dexter Dr., Falls Church. Va. 

Box 25, Star, N. C. 

7118 Meadowbrook Rd., Lvnehhurg, Va. 

1010 Laurel St., Bedford, Va. 

203B Magnolia St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Nottingham Road, Charleston, W. Va. 

1306 Eaton Place, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Clemmons, N. C. 

505 South England St., Williamsburg. Va. 

3811 Pope St., S. E., Washington 20, D. C. 

Route 1. Box 490, Newton, N. C. 

836 Powhatan, Ashehoro, N. C. 

117 Sterling St., Ashehoro, N. C. 

1802 Neuse Blvd., New Bern, N. C. 

513 N. W. Fifth St., Mulberry, Fla. 

3504 Sharon Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

Jamestown, N. C. 

Route 1, Fishcrsville, Va. 

2325B Winston Ct., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

128 N. King Charles Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 

1812 W. Rotary Dr., High Point, iN. C. 

Route 1, Kemersville, N. C. 

316 Culbreth Av., Thomasville, N. C. 

Route 6, Lexington, N. C. 

-116 Roanoke Ave., Roanoke Rapids, N. C 

Route 4, Thomasville, N. C. 

723 Grand St., High Point, IV. C. 

723 Grand St., High Point, N. G. 

Route 3, Box 3.57, Lexington, N. C. 

Lewisville, N. C. 

Route 2, Kernrsville, N. C. 

Route 5, Box 501, High Point. N. C. 

708 48th Ave. No., Mvrtle Beach, N. C. 

Box 128, Richfield, N. C. 

548 East Faris Rd., Greenville, S. C. 

Route 9, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

2414 Sylvan Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Route 8, Greensboro, N 

127 Cross St., Marion, N. C 

601 Idol Drive, High Point, N. C 

Route 3, Lexington, N. C 

3805 Beverly Hills Dr., High Point, N. C. 

17 Gray St.. Thomasville, N. C 

Route 3, Lexington, X. C 

16 N. Rolling Rd.. Catonvsille 28, Md. 

Route 5, Lexington, N. C. 

127 E. Chestnut St., Lineolnton, N. C. 



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724 N. Fulton St., Salisbury. N - C. 

526 Whitcoak St., High Point, N. C. 

291.3 Dunlavin Wav, Charlotte, N. C. 

1936 Lewis Ave., Roekville, Md. 

Box 761, Marion, N. C. 

320 Academy St., Randelman, N. C. 

44 Watauga St., Ashevillc, N. C. 

1209 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 

3400 N. Potomac St., Arlington, Va. 

403 N. Oak St., Lineolnton, X. C. 

169 Tenaflv Rd., Tenafly, N. J. 

3963 S. St. S. E., Washington 20, D. C. 

3529 Rosemont Ave., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

400 Winton Ave, Easton, Md. 

804 {Catherine Ave., Kings Mountain N. C. 



Oakley, Barbara Jean 
O'Brvant, Norman Hassell 
Oldham, Margaret Elizabeth 
Onorato, Alfred John 
Organ. Anne Elizabeth 
Orman, Bonnie Lois 
Orr, Judith Dale 
Orreli, Benny Ralph 
O'Shields, Clarence Morris 
Overhv, Norma Jane 
Overeash, Mrs. Doris E. 
Overton, Sara Ann 
Owen. William Bradford 
Oxen ford, George Kenneth 

Pace, Everett Odell 
Packard, Randall Clark 
Padilla, James D. 
Page, Faye Dean 
Page. Thomas Arnold 
Paisley, Helen Ruth 
Palmer, Don F. 
Pappas, Chris Constantine 
Parham, Edwin Wayne 
Parker. Sharon Marie 
Parrisb, Carol Sue 
Parrish, James Justice 
Patterson, Diane Wagner (T) 
Paxton, Margaret Gayle 
Payne, Betty Cross Jamie 
Payne, Edna Allene 
Payne, George Ronald 
Payne, Lynda Glenn 
Peatross, Donald Lee 
Peck, Mrs. Caroline Sherwood 
Peele, Mildred Carolyn 
Peele, Patricia Sue 
Peeler, Mildred Anne 
Peltola, Tames David 
Pender, Robert Wayne 
Pendry, Gene Raymond 
Perryman, Mary Lou 
Peterson, Pat 
Philbeck, Bobby Harrison 
Phillips, Claude Calvin 
Phillips, Colin Kelly 
Phillips, Flora Kay 
Phillips, James Donald 
Phillips, Patricia Ellen (Tl 
Phillips, William Franklin, Tr. 
Phillips, William Walton, Jr. 
Pierce, Billie Joe 
Pierce, Michael Gene 
Pike, Christine Elizabeth 
Pike, Thomas Roger 
Pittman, Winifred Stanley 
Piatt, John Wayne 
Pless, Barbara Jean 
Poindexter, Patricia Ann 
Pope, Ira Wavne 
Poplin, William Lee 
Porter, Francis Logan, III 
Powell, Douglas Floyd 
Powers, Ethel Marie 
Prado, Carlos Enrique 
Prestwood, Mary Caroline 
Price, Linda Frances 
Pritchard, William Edwin 
Pugh, Griffith Thompson, Jr. 
Purifoy, Leslie Neal 

Raper, Franklin Leon 
Ratliff, Sara Alyce 
Ramses - , James Franklin 
Randall, Barbara Jean 
Ran, Mrs. Shirley D. 
Ranch, Albert William 
Raykes, Judith Ann 
Read, Deanna Elizabeth 
Redding, Joseph Branson 
Reece, Johnnie Leroy 
Reese, Robert Levari (T) 
Regan, Betty L. 
Reigelman, Ronald Burton 
Renfro, Beth 7 

Reumann, Richard Charles 
Rice, Gerald Eugene 
Rice, Larry Gene 
Rich, William Thomas 
Richards, Louella May 
Richards, William Thomas, Jr. 
Richardson, Lois Maxine 
Richardson, Nina Ruth 
Rierson, Haywood Allen 
Riley, Larry Scott 
Ringley, Ann Gibson 
Roach, Roger Ellis 
Robbins, Carlene Shackelford 
Roach, Rosaline Elaine 
Robbins, Sarah Ann 
Robertson, Sonya Glenn 
Roc-belle, Antoinette Alderman 
Rogers, Betty Sue 
Rogers, Judith Ellen 
Rogers, Patty Anne 
Rollins, Sally Judith 
Rose, Elna Claire 
Rosenmarkle, Michael 
Rothroek, Sue Marion 
Routb, Carolyn Sue 
Rouse. Ellis Leroy 
Row-e, David Franklin 
Rover. Rebecca Louise 
Rudisill, Larry Joseph 
Rufty, Barbara Lee 
Russ, Jack 
Russell, Charles Edniond (T) 



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Box 32, Colerdige, 

Route 2, Reidsvillc, 

1008 Johnson St., High Point. 

14 Virginia Drive, Easton, 

Glads 

Route 3, Thomasville, 

Trinitv, 

600 S. Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem, 

205 Albert St., High Point, 

210 '.V. .Meadow Rd., Draper. 

9S1 Fisher Ferry Rd.. Thomasville, 

Route 7, Winston-Salem, 

1210 Westndge Rd., Greensboro, 

106 Fraley Field Rd., High Point, 

S22 Ingram Rd., High Point, X. C. 

718 S. Hawthorn Rd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

601 West 172nd St., New York 32, X. Y. 

Route 1, Ruffin, X. C. 

6417 Kilmer St., Cheverlv, Md. 

Route 1, MeLeansville. X. C. 

Route 7, Lexington, X. C. 

646 Brent, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

201 Edgeview Dr., High Point, X. C. 

126 E. Park Ave., Mooresville, X. C. 

P. O. Box 243, Creedmoor, X. C. 

Route 2, Kemersville, X. C. 

1011 X. Main St., High Point, X. C. 

Route 3. Matthews, X. C. 

5103 Western Blvd.. Raleigh, N. C. 

Route 1, Cameron, X. C. 

3031 X. Main St., High Point, X. C. 

Box 386, Whitakers, X. C. 

R. F. D. 1, Penola, Va. 

223 Edgedale Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Route 3, High Point, X. C. 

P. O. Box 24, Kannapolis, N. C. 

Hazelwood, Warrenton, X. C. 

49 Stratton Ave., Westwood, X. J. 

504 S. Fourth St., Mebane, N. C. 

Route 2, High Point, N. C. 

Box 100, Lewisville, N. C. 

803 Gales Ave., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

5 Tavlor St., Thomasville, N. C. 

300 Oakwood St., High Point, N. C. 

Children's Home, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

1613 Guver St., High Point, N. C. 

201 Edgar St., Rnxboro, N. C. 

1510 Madison Ave, Greensboro, N. C. 

2012 Queens Rd. W„ Charlotte, N. C. 

1303 Forrest Ave, High Point, N. C. 

508 Knollwood Drive, Thomasville, X'. C. 

511 W. Ray St., High Pont, N. C. 

9S01 E. Bexhiil Dr., Kensington, Md. 

Route 10, Box 918, Greensboro, X. C. 

Route 2, Tarboro, N. C. 

Ferndale Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 316, Kannapolis, N. C. 

3830 Thomasville Rd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

4500 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Route 1, Box 126, Norwood, N. C. 

Box 436, Jamestown, N. C. 

185 Euclid St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Route 2, Harmony, N. C, 

Apartado 426, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

307 E. Mulberry St., Goldshoro, N. C. 

Route 2, Matthews, N. C. 

73.5 N. 29th St., Allentown, Pa. 

710 S. Ride, Tallahassee, Fla. 

1020 Isleworth Ave, Charlotte, N. C. 

213 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

1448 N. Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

1106 Charles St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

604 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

807 E. Farriss Ave., High Point, N. C. 

33 W. Main St., Fleetwood, Pa. 

Avondale Drive, Lexington, X. C. 

P. O. Box 426, Chadbourn, X. C. 

409 Springfield Rd., High Point, N. C. 

1505 Austin St., High Point, N. C. 

625 Holly St., Ashehoro. N. C. 

Route 10, Lexington, N. C. 

3713 Wheeler Rd., Washington, D. C. 

14519 Carrolton Rd., Roekville, Md. 

95 Woodfield Rd., Westwood, N. J. 

1313 Greenville Rd., Kinston, N. C. 

214 Aldridge Rd., High Point, N. C. 

1113 Cedrow Ave, High Point, X. C. 

Route 9, Box 459, Charlotte, X. C. 

107 Chapel St., East Hartford, Conn. 

Seagrove, N. C. 

Route 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

Route 2, Summerfield, N. C. 

Carthage, X. C. 

3003 Marmin St., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

506 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

1204 Fairfield Rd., High Point, X. C. 

506 Lindsav St., High Point, N. C. 

220 Edgeworth, High Point, N. C. 

755 Barnsdale Rd., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

3203 Alamance Rd., Greensboro, X. C 

Route 2, Graham, N. C. 

311 Montlieu Ave, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Rowland, X. C. 

804 Broad St., Shelby, N. C. 

3219 Luther St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

1018 Tenth St., Alexandria, Va. 

2915 Birch-wood Dr., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

413 Routh Circle, Greensboro, N. C. 

403 Kennedy St., High Point. N. C. 

Route 5, Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Route 2, Thurmont, Mel. 

114 Maple St., Thomasville, X. C. 

Catawba, X. C. 

113 Gatewood Ave., High Point. X. C. 

307 Beckner St., Lexington, X. C. 



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Russell, Michael Odell 

Sabino, Mike M. 
Saferight, Sylvia Jane 
Saksa, Bonnie Jo 
Salmon, Raymond Driver 
Samet, Sylvia Lichtin 
Samuels, Carlcen Elizabeth 
Samuels, Linda Gayle 
Sanders, Rita Muriel 
Sandridge, Richard Carter 
Sands, Charles Monroe 
Sapp, Henry Otho 
Saunders, Patricia Elizabeth 
Saunders, Rita Joyce 
Sawyer, Judy Anne 
Schenck, Walter Herbert 
Schmidley, Michelle Louise 
Schneider, Fred George 
Schraplau, Frederick William 
Scott, Jesse Gray 
Seaver, Grace A. 
Seaver, Robert Avery 
Seawell, Pauline Phillips 
Sechrest, James Ronald 
Sechrist, Chalmous Winford 
Sellers, Charles Wayne 
Shackleford, Dick Glenn 
Shackelford, Jerry Wayne 
Shank, Joseph Walter 
Shapiro, Sylvia J. 
Sharpe, Allen Nelson 
Sharpe, Mrs. Jeanette Secil 
Shaw, Harvey R. 
Shaw, David Ernest 
Shaw, Orrin Robert, Jr. 
Shoaf, N. Mack 
Shockey, Joan Lee 
Silver, Joel 
Silverstein, Sandra 
Simerson, Mickey Farris 
Simpson, Hobart McKinley 
Simpson, Norman R. 
Singer, Edward Michael 
Sink, Deanna Faye 
Sink, Jerry Paul 
Slate, Tony G. 
Slaughter, Thomas Milton 
Slaughter, Larry Gene 
Smathers, Mary Sue 
Smith, Barry Jerome 
Smith, Brenda Anne 
Smith, Clarence Bryce 
Smith, Donald Paul 
Smith, Ethel Gail 
Smith, Eva Dell 
Smith, Forrest Kirk 
Smith, Frances Ann 
Smith, Glenn Thomas, Jr. 
Smith, Harold Clifton, Jr. 
Smith, Harry C. 
Smith, Jerry Terrell 
Smith, Katie Jane 
Smith, Margaret Rose 
Smith, Mary Lew 
Smith, Robert Taylor 
Smith, Sylvia Annette 
Smith, W. Dwight 
Smithdeal, Foss Tyra, Jr. 
Snider, Lamont James 
Snider, William Frederick, Jr. 
Snider, Clayton Eugene 
Snyder, Ethel Maie 
Snyder, Harold Lance 
Spake, Richard Charles 
Sparrow, Vernon Randolph 
Speight, Juanita Gail 
Spenard, Paul Lionell 
Spencer, Margaret Lillian 
Sprinkle, Sandra Lee 
Srour, George Michael 
Stafford, Bobby Lee 
Stafford, Walter Edward 
Stalder, Elizabeth Anne 
Stallings, Mrs. Bonnie F. 
Stamey, Robert Millard 
Stanley, Randolph L. 
Steed, Annette Allred 
Steed, William Howard 
Stephenson, Andrew Harrison 
Stevens, James Coleman 
Stevens, Linda Dee 
Stewart, James Wesley 
Stewart, Kirk K. 
Stewart, William Roy 
Stilwell, Bonnie Emaline 
Stokes, Louise Jeanne 
Stone, Fred Lyndon 
Stone, James Austin 
Stout, James Robert 
Street, Eugene Freeman 
Strickland, Linda Kay 
Strother, Aubrey Lee 
Sturdivant, Elizabeth Ann 
Sturm, Frederick Peter 
Sturm, Kathie Marie 
Suite, Cecil O. (T) 
Suitt, Marion Adolphus 
Sullivan, James Robert, Jr. 
Surratt, James Edward 
Surratt, Kathryn Ann 
Surratt, Ned 

Swanson, Bruce Frederick 
Swenson, Robert John (T) 
Swigart, Bill 
Swindell, Ann Crockett (T) 



Route 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

523 E. Sixth St., Plainfield, N. J. 

Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. 

244 Forest Hill Drive, Asheville, N. C. 

105 Green St., Selma, N. C. 

802 Forrest Ave., High Point, N. C. 

1201 Filbert St., High Point, N. C. 

711 E. Commerce St., High Point, N. C. 

239 Boulevard, High Point, N. C. 

Amherst, Va. 

R.F.D. 1, Danhnry, N. C. 

J 29 N. Poplar St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

117 W. Park Drive, Raleigh, N. C. 

Route 6, Box 631, Charlotte, N. C. 

Route 4, Box 65, High Point, N. C. 

22 Greenwich St., Bergen Field, N. J. 

1018 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

2414 Spring St., So. Charleston, W. Va. 

41 Ogden Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

Route 1, Box 108, Trov, N. C. 

259 High St., Wareham, Mass. 

92 Winthrop St., Taunton, Mass. 

Route 3, Greensboro, N. C. 

Route 1, Jamestown, N. C. 

Apt. 46, Cedar Lodge, Thomasville. N. C. 

Box 15, Ruby, S. C. 

Pinnacle, N. C. 

3011 Archdale Rd., High Point, N. C. 

Route 4, Box 191, Lexington, N. C. 

Church St., Leesville, S. C. 

Route 2, Hiddenite, N. C. 

Box 43A Rt. 3, Thomasville, N. C. 

2004 Pleasant St., Asheboro, N. C. 

109 Circle Dr., Lenoir, N. C. 

Route 2, Boonville, N. C. 

Route 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

3807 Beverly Hills, High Point, N. C. 

69-39 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills, N. Y. 

227 Edgedale Dr., High Point, N. C. 

1306 S. Park Dr., Reidsville, N. C. 

Ararat, N. C. 

1223 Guver St., High Point, N. C. 

295 S. Johns Place, Brooklyn 38, N. Y. 

Route 2, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 335, Thomasville, N. C. 

601 Lois Ave., High Point, N. C. 

4407 Jarvis Road, Greensboro, N. C. 

925 Old Winston Rd., High Point, ,\. C. 

1513 Lovett St., Greensboro, N. C. 

7416 Merritt St., Washington 28, D. C. 

Box 363, Pleasant Garden, N. C. 

Route 2, Box 183A, Trinity, N. C. 

Route 4, Murphy, N. C. 

Route 1, Advance, N. C. 

1470 Nottingham Dr., Aiken, S. C. 

Box 35, Trinitv, N. C. 

Box 993, Winston-Salem. N. C. 

1145 St. John St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Thomasville, N. C. 

7618 Lynn Dr., Chew Chase, Md. 

1414 King St., High Point, N. C. 

226 Roslyn Hills Dr., Richmond, Va. 

508 Milton Road, Anderson, N. C. 

Box 54, Troutman, N. C. 

225 N. 7th St., Albemarle, N. C. 

621 E. Main St., Albemarle, N. C. 

307 Elm St., High Point, N. C. 

350 Buckingham Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Route 4, Mocksvillc, N. C. 

512 Twin Oak Court, High Point, N. C. 

Kendall Mill Road, Thomasville, N. C. 

Route 1. Trinitv, N. C. 

67 Madison St., Hamilton, N. Y. 

39 Ramoth Road, Asheville, N. C. 

Mills Home, Thomasville, N. C. 

123 S, Poplar St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

635 E. Lexington Ave., High Point, N. C. 

609 W. Farriss Ave., High Point, N. C. 

1402 N. Lincoln St., Arlington, Va. 

15 Scott St., Utica, N. Y. 

R. F. D. 4, Box 155, Kemersville, N. C. 

128 Magnolia St., Statesville, N. C. 

1101 Meadowbrook, High Point, N. C. 

500 Maego Dr., Lexington, N. C. 

304 Rolling Rd., High Point, N. C. 

900 Willowbar Terrace, High Point, N. C. 

109 Hiatt Road, Thomasville, N. C. 

301 Taylor St., Thomasville, N. C. 

2230 S. Tryon St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

523 Rich Ave., South Fort, Ky. 

20.3 E. Monroe St., Falls Church, Va. 

906 Bridges St., High Point, N. C. 

12207 Brookhaven Dr., Silver Spring, Md. 

305 S. Sixth Ave., Mayodan/N. C. 

Lexington Road, Thomasville, N. C. 

4610 Warren St., Washington, D. C. 

Route 1, Box 5004. High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Trinitv, N. C. 

332 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C. 

1846 N. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C. 

10.3 Oakdale Rd., Lexington, N. C. 

3102 Remington Dr., Greensboro, N. C 

Denton, N. C. 

124 Franklin Ave., Midland Park, N. J. 

124 Franklin Ave., Midland Park, N. J. 

519 N. Hamilton St., High Point. N. C. 

Route 5, Box 421, Durham, N. C. 

504 White Oak St., High Point, N. C. 

218 Gray St., Thomasville, N. C. 

515 Franklin Blvd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Box 356, Denton, N. C. 

19 Prospect St., Melrose, Mass. 

54 Amber Lane, Levittown, N. Y. 

Box 459, Dublin, Indiana 

736 Washington Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 



Swindell, Suzanne 
Sykes, John Nelson 

Talbcrt, Billv McArthur 
Tanksley, Earl McKinley 
Tanner, Martha Ann 
Tate, Sandra Dolores 
Tavlor, Edgar Alton 
Taylor, Elizabeth Ann 
Taylor, James Anthony 
Taylor, Jean Barlow 
Taylor, Joe Ann 
Taylor, Sammy George 
Teague, Carlyle Moss 
Teague, Diana G. 
Teague, Gloria Ruth 
Terry, Harold David 
Tcrtzagian, A. Gerald 
Tesh, Larry Evans 
Thomas, Joe Hanford 
Thompson, Albert Ervyne 
Thompson, Duane Mae 
Thompson, Henry Churchill 
Thompson, Kay Diane 
Tilley, Margaret Susan 
T<mn, lh-nry Fntncis 
Torres, Irene 
Treece, Betty Marie 
Trevarthen, Stuart Winston 
Trevorrow, William B. 
Trotter, Patricia Rebecca 
Troutman, Mary Lou 
Tuggle, Donald Lee 
Tunstali, Natalie Shannon 
Turner, Linda Lee 
Turtle, John Kermit 
Tysfngcr, Judith Louise 
Tyson, Virginia Master 



Uhlmann, Kathryn Lee 
Unger, Wolfgang 
Urian, John S. 

Van Auken, Oscar William 
Van Hook, Charles D. 
VanNortwick, Jeannie Daniel 
Varner, Jimmy Martin 
Vaughn, \ r vonne 
Veasey, Robert O. 
Velado, Jose Roberto (TJ 
Vestal, Bobby Woodrow 
Vest, Sue Ann (T) 
Vinay, Margaret Viola 
Voncannon, Nancy Carolyn 
Voncannon, Robert Wesley 
Vuncannon, Carl Sanders 



325 N. First St., Albemarle, N. C. 
Box 313, Moorehaven, Fla. 

204 Perry St., Jamestown, N. C. 

1510 Andover St., Greensboro, N, C 

303 Callahan St., Rutherfordton, N. C. 

Route 1, Pfafftown, N. C 

711 N. Ida St., Gastonia, N. C. 

18 Pershing Dr., Thomasville, N C 

R. F. D. 4, Mebane, N. C. 

Route 9, Lexington, N. C. 

Box 66, Denton, N. C. 

Route 1, Westfield, N. C. 

105 Landsdowne, High Point, N. C. 

1932 West Blvd., Charlotte, N, C. 

1932 West Blvd., Charlotte, N. C. 

Route 1, Jefferson, S. C. 

202 Fourth Ave., Ashbury Park, N. J. 

Route 4, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Route 1, Jackson Springs, N. C. 

814 Woodrow Ave., High Point, N. C 

726 E. Oxford St., Vineland, N. J. 

Route 1, Box 362, Graham, N. C. 

5813 N. Four Mile Run Dr., Arlington, Va. 

1506 Seminole Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

Route 5, Box 249, Dura hmN,. C. 

1434 N. Hamilton St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 4, Concord, N. C. 

Sherman Ave., Vineland, N. J. 

11 Kaslow St., Seymour, Conn. 

Route 1, Sophia, N. C. 

Addor, N. C. 

4406 Burgemere St., High Point, N. C. 

3227 Oak Grove Circle, Raleigh, N. C. 

2406 Fala St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Pfafftown, N. C. 

1308 Tipson St., High Point, N. C. 

1106 Femdale Dr., High Point, N. C. 



2209 Grecnlcaf St., Allentown, Pa. 

Box 295, Fletcher, N. C. 

127 Frazier St., Smyrna, Delaware 

609 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

801 Lindsay St., High Point, N. C. 

Route 2, WiDiamston, N. C. 

Route 2, Lexnigton, N. C. 

Route 2, Mt. Airv, N. C. 

234 Wellington Rd., Wilmington 3, Del. 

10 Calle Poniente 3510, San Salvador, El Salvador 

601 Victor St., Spray, N. C. 

30 Lake Ave., Salem, Va. 

405 Manor Dr., High Point, N. C. 

Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

Route 3, High Point, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 473-A, High Point, N. C. 



Waechter, Noel Bruce 
Wagner, Beverly Sloop 
Wagner, Jack Allen 
Waldrep, Reanza Lynn 
Waldron, Jesse James 
Walker, Kenneth Larry 
Walker, Mary Dora 
Walker, Richard Kirk 
Walker, Stella Jane 
Wall, Nancy Thomas 
Wallace, Charles Durham 
Wallace, Martha Jane 
Wallace, Pamela Jean 
Wallin, Rcita Louise 
Walsh, Billy Gene 
Ward, Jerry Darrell 
Ward, Joan Dare 
Ward, John Everett, Jr. 
Ward, Sarah Louise (T) 
Warlick, Laura Judith 
Warner, Sandra Lee 
Warren, Arthur Staples 
Warren, Bertha Jane 
Wanen, Mary Herring 
Waters, Carolyn Sue 
Warkins, Billie Joy 
Watkins, Lorette Diane 
Watkins, iYora Elaine 
Watley, Diana Marie 
Watson, Charles Henry, Jr. 
Weatherly, Bruce Craven 
Webb, William A., Jr. 
Webster, Curtis Wayne 
Weisner, Arthur Milton 
Weisner, Charles Linwood 
Welch, George Clarke, Jr. 
Welch, Jerrv Errol 
Wells, Susan Elizabeth 
Wesley, Arthur Lewis, Jr. 
West, James Lee, Jr. 
West, Nancy Marie (T) 
Westmoreland, Lillian Diane 
Wheeler, Jane Colline 
Whicker, William Norman 
Whitaker, Dallas Wayne 
White, Bobby Thomas 
White, Lorene Gavle 
White, Mary Elizabeth 
White, Sam Floyd, Jr. 
Whitehurst, Carrie Lee 
Whiteley, Louise Elizabeth 
Whitesell, James Sylvester 
Whitesell, Mrs. Judith Leonard 
Whittington, Ronald Clark 
Wickham, David Lee 
Wigglesworth, George Earl, Jr. 
Wiley, Peggy Ann 



2743 McKinley St., Washington 15, D. C. 
615 Quaker Lane, High Point, N. C. 
2216 Louise Ave., Baltimore 14, Md. 



1013 Toms St., Shelbv, N. 
1106 Guyer St., High Point, N. 
R. F. D. 1, Asheboro, N. 
310 Hickory Lane, High Point, N 



310 Hickory Lane, High Point, N. 

Route 1, Olin, N. 

Route 5, Pitts Park, Hickory, N. 

124 Frazier St., High Point, N. 

200 Ranch Drive, High Point, N. 

19 Furman Dr., Aiken, S. 

820 Circle Dr., High Point, N. 

325 Burkewood Dr., Winston-Salem, N. 

613 Goodman St., Archdale, N. 

130 S. Van Buren St., Rockville, Md. 

Route 3, Mocksville, N. C. 

Route 3, Box 168, Whiteville, N. C. 

313 Central Ave., Raeford, N. C. 

2011 Ashlev Rd., Charlotte, N. C. 

R. F. D. 2, 'Stafford Springs, Conn. 

Route 2, Newton Grove, N. C. 

P. O. Box 277, Snow Hill, N. C. 

Route 1, Box 349 B, High Point, N. C. 

501 Spruce St., High Point, N. C. 

507 N. Fifth St., Albemarle, N. C. 

1123 Campbell, High Point, N. C. 

12 Acme Ave., Bethpage, N. Y'. 

810 Gales Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

1835 S. Deshon Rd., Lithonia, Ga. 

Maxton, N. C. 

3607 Luck Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Route 10, Box 245, Lexington, N. C. 

Route 5, Box 83, High Point, N. C. 

520 Parkway, High Point, N. C. 

608 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C. 

100 East Ridge Dr., Waterbury, Conn. 

309 Hickory Chapel Rd., High Point, N. C. 

319 Hill St., Asheboro, N. C. 

2840 Konnoak Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

1042 Evert St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

5811 Wyngate Dr., Bethesda, Md. 

134 N. Poplar St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

302.3 Ivy Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Box 1879, High Point, N. G. 

116 Sunrise Circle, Randleman, N. C. 

400 Beall Ave., Rockville, Md. 

Route 4, Henderson, N. C. 

Route 5, Box 231, Greenville, N. C. 

199 Scudder Rd., Osterville, Mass. 

401 Liberty Rd., High Point, N. C. 

500 Gatewood Ave.. High Point, N. C. 

607 Chandler St., High Point, N. L. 

Brumley, Missouri 

818 Longwood Ave., Mays Landing, N. J. 

1005 Charlotte St., High Point, N. C. 



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Wilkinson, Wayne Burgess 
Willard, Mary Catherine 
Williams, Benjamin Jerry 
Williams, Carolyn Cecil c 
Williams, David Wayne 
Williams, Donald Roger 
Williams, Glc-nda Elaine 
Williams, Joseph Lloyd 
Williams, Judy Lynn 
Williams. Preston Allen 
Williamson, Belinda Sue 
Williard, Charles Otha, Jr. 
Wilmot, James Emerson 
Wilmoth, Hazel Hamilin 
Wilson, Arthur Alexander 
Wilson, Jimmy George 
Wilson, Larry Dean 
Wilson, Rohert Graves 
Wilson, Robert Lee 
Wilson, Roger Vinson 
Wilson, Sandra Marie 
Winecoff, Harold Monroe 
Winstead, Elizabeth Weiser 
Winstead, Michael Jennnigs 
Winters, Frederick George 
Womeldorf, Sue Downtown 
Wong, Philip Tit-Sum 



508M: Richardson St., Hiqh Point, 

Butler St., Pilot ML, 

1034 Fit/.allen Rd., Glen Burnic 

Route 3, Guilford College, 

405 Woodrow Ave., High Point, 

Route 1. Star, 

1213 Delk Dr., High Point, 

25 Barlow Rd., Fuirfa 

^820 S. W. Blvd., NYwton, 

415 E. Sprague, Winston -Salem, 

Route 3, Raeford, 

4565 Glenn Hi Rd., Winston-Salem, 

1-5 Bungay Rd., Sevmoiir, 

10S Overlook Dr., Winston-Salem, 

115 Chestnut St., High Point, 

Route 1, Box 292 C, Guilford, 

Route 7, Box 526J, Greensboro, 

824 Madison Ave., Winston-Salem, 

Route 6, Box 25, Shelbv, 

Route 1, Stokesdale, 

312 Middleton St., Robhins, 

210 W. Ketchie, China Grove, 

824 W. Broadway, Red Li 

R. F. D. 1, Roxboro, 

2 Ball Rd., Mt. Lakes 

2031 Wesley Place, High Point, 

P. O. Box 848, Thomasville, 



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Wood, C.irrol Donna 
Wood, Linda Kathleen 
Woudall, Dowitt Creech 
Woodall, Leonard Cole 
Woodfield, Bonnie Mav 
Woodlcy, Ronald Franklin 
Woodman, Christopher 
Woodruff, Charles Edwin 
W'ortman, David Franklin 
Wortman, Manuel David 
Wright, Cennie Lucille (T) 
Wright, Martha Jean (T) 



Route 1, Box 49, Randleman. X 
3 Barbour Dr., Fairfax, 
Erwin, X 
6207 Clover Lane. Richmond, 
1820 Randolph St., X. W.. Washington 11, D 
930 Kenmore St., Ashcboro, X. 
3605 S. W. 29th St., Miami, 
903 Henry St., Roanoke Rapids. X 
1008 Johnsontown St., Thomasville, X 
R. F. D. 1, Lawndale. 
311 W. Guilford St., Thomasville 
1811 Westchester Dr., High Point 



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Yarborough, Ronald Elliott 
Y'eager, Xancv Ellen 
Ycatts, Rachel Kate (T) 
Yett, William Michael 
Y'okley, Patricia Ann 
Y'ork, Barry Franklin 
Young, David Flint 
Young. Delores Annette 
Young, Jean Roherta 

Zalles, Gmllcrmo, Jr. 
Zoeller, Marilyn Elizabeth 



121 Hill St.. Fort Mills, S. C. 

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1311 S. Tavlor St., Arlington, Va. 

P. O. Box 8004, Greensboro, X. C. 

3123 Pinehnrst Place, Charlotte, X. C. 

Route 1, Thomasville, X. C. 

721 Gatewood Ave., High Point, X. C. 

7004 Delaware St., Chew Chase, Mel. 

Route 4, Mebane, X. C. 

200 S. Orange St., Dunn, X. C. 

P. O. Box 954, LaPaz, Bolivia, S. America 
4611 47th St., Washington 16, D. C. 



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