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ADMISSIONS OFFICE 



ZENITH 85 

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Academics/17 • Sports/34 • Classes/56 • Clubs/198 
> Greeks/130 • Advertisements/154 • Epilogue/161 « 






Linking 
knowledge and 
tradition . . . 



On Saturday, April 14, 1984 the 
Herman and Louise Smith Library 
dedication was held in honor of 
their generous donation to build 
High Point College a new library. 
A fundraising project for a new 
library began in 1981 and in 1982 
construction of the new building 
started. The Herman and Louise 
Smith Library was completed in 
the summer of 1983. In February 
1984 a human chain consisting of 
students, faculty, and alumni 
helped move the books from the 
old library into the new. This 
monumental task was 
accomplished in twelve hours. This 
new library is a wonderful addition 
to the High Point College campus 
and the Zenith staff would like to 
make a special dedication to the 
heart of the institution — the 
library. 



the Herman and Louise Smith 
Library 



2 Dedication 





Karen Bowles 
enjoys her new 
office in the 
library • 




1 ina Casey 
introduces herself 
to communications 
as dusk falls on the 
library • 




increased shelving 
in the library 
leaves space for 
many new books in 
the future • 




library to provide 
comfort and space 
when studying • 



ixesearch is much 
less hectic in the new 
library • 





Meetings are much 
relaxed due to the 
quietness and 
comfort in the new 
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Lifestyles . 

High Point College has a 
wide diversity of people 
and personalities. The 
amount of time available 

ocial interaction is 
almost endless. From the 
sorting of mail to the 
walks to and from class. 
We are blessed with 
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High Point College — 
just the mention of these 
three words brings to 
mind many memories. It 
all starts with that 
fateful day that we 
drove on campus with 
our cars loaded to the 
brim with all of our 
"essentials." The 
anticipation and 
excitement of starting 
our college career was 
only offset by fear of 
the unknown. 

The memories of 
pizza, popcorn, exams, 
Homecoming, and Last 
Class Bash will all play 
a special part in our 
lives. For 60 years High 
Point College has meant 
so much to so many. We 
are not the first, nor 
will we be the last to 
experience all that High 
Point College has to 
offer. 

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Now the Class of 1985 
prepares itself for the 
uncertainty of the 
future. For some, High 
Point is but a stepping 
stone, for others High 
Point signifies the end 
to years of education. 
Whether continuing on 
in school or entering 
the job market that 
seemingly unattainable 
college diploma is now a 
reality. 

As the seniors 
graduate tears of joy 
and as well as sadness 
will be shed. Proud 
parents will take 
pictures and take proud 
in their children's 
accomplishments. The 
story doesn't end here 
because the Class of 
1985 is turning but 
another page in the 
book of High Point 
College, and the legacy 
continues. 

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Faculty and Staff 17 



Dr. Charles Lucht — President 



David Holt — Registrar 




Dr. W. Hutch Bearce 
Dean of the College 




Charles Hartsoe Jim Schlimmer 

Business Manager Director of Admissions 




Creativity — the key to a beau- 
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Faculty 19 




ACULTY 



Mr. Richard Hoffman urges his 
team to victory. 




Dr. Hodge and Dr. Moehlmann take an ice- 
cream break during the student-faculty soft- 
ball game. 



Mr. Paul Lundrigan practices before the game. 



Warming up before the game and discussing 
game plans are DeanBearce, Mr. Holt and Dr. 
Lucht. 



20 Faculty 



Dr. Charles Lucht liked the outcome of the last play at the Faculty-Student game. 




Dr. Troy Anders 
Business 



Dr. W.H. Bearce 
Dean 



Dr. Richard Bennington 
Business 



Dr. Gray Bowman 
CHM/PHY 



Dr. Marion Hodge 
J English 



Faculty 21 



Mrs. Jane Burton 
Fine Arts 



Dr. David Cole 
History 



Mr. William Cope 
Sociology 



Mr. Bob Davidson 
Phy. Ed. 




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Dr. E. Vance Davis 
Religion 

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Faculty 23 



Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hartsoe exchange Helios on the sidewalk. 



Dr. William DeLeeuw 
English 



Dr. E. Roy Epperson 
CHM/PHY 



Mr. Faiz Faizi 
Business 



Dr. J. Rodney Fulcher 
Religion 



Dr. Charles Futrell 
Phy. Ed. 




24 Faculty 




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There's never a dull moment for faculty mem- 
bers. Their days are filled with preparations 
for class, field trips or luncheons with VIPs. 
Yet they take time from their busy days to 
discuss the day's events with fellow faculty 
members. 








Faculty 25 



Faculty and 
Staff 




Mrs. Betsill asks Mrs. Charock to verify busi- 
ness and admissions records. 





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weekly. 



26 Faculty 



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ACULTY 




Mr. Thomas Gaughan 
Library Science 



tDr. Philip George 
Education 



Mr. Woody Gibson 
Phy. Ed. 



Dr. Carole Head 
Mod. For. Lang. 



Faculty and students enjoy conversations at receptions. 



Miss Kris Howell 
W Business 



Faculty 27 



Dr. Manyon Idol 

Math 

Dr. P.J. LaPaire 

Mod. For. Lang. 



Ms. Nancy Little 

Phy. Ed. 

Mrs. Iris Mauney 

Business 



Mr. James Nelson 

Business 

Mrs. Kathleen Olson 

Mod. For. Lang. 



Dr. Ed Piacentino 

English 

Dr. Louis Pope 

Psychology 



Mr. Raiford Porter 
Fine Arts 
Mr. Earnest Price 
Human Relations 




28 Faculty 




ACULTY 



Pam Newell reviews her admissions calendar for the day's appointments. 





Mr. James Pritchett 

Political Science 

Mr. Lyman Rickard 

CHM/PHY 

Mrs. Nancy Shelton 

Education 

Mrs. Alice Sink 

English 

Mr. James Speight 

Phy. Ed. 



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Dr. Richard Spong 

Human Resources 

Mr. Jerry Steele 

Phy. Ed. 

Mrs. Kitty Steele 

Phy. Ed. 

Dr. John Ward 

Biology 

Dr. Leo Weeks 

Biology 



Faculty 29 




ACULTY 




30 Faculty 



P. J. Lapaire is intrigued by a fellow faculty member's comments. 




Mr. Joe Robinson 
Business 



Dr. Jack Williams 
Human Resources 



Dr. Fred Yeates 
I Biology 



Dr. John Moehlmann 
English 



Mr. Ron Law 

Fine Arts 

Mr. Paul Lundrigan 

Fine Arts 

Dr. Susan McCrary 

Mod. For. Lang. 

Dr. James Stitt 

History 



Faculty 31 




TAFF 



Ms. Martha Blake 
Mrs. Joan Betsill 



Ms. Margie Boyles 
Mrs-. Jeanine Burns 




Mrs. Donna Burton 
Mr. Ed Cannady 



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Rev. Ben Curry 
Mrs. Dot Easter 

32 Staff 






C.H. Kruyer 







Mrs. Shirley Gunn 
Mr. Charles Hartsoe 
Mr. Patrick Haun 
Mrs. Jeannie Hazard 
Mr. David Hope 



Ms. Carol McLain 
Mrs. Kay Stroud 
Mr. Ed Ray 
Mr. Mike Rolleri 
Mrs. Joyce Wainer 



Staff 33 



H 



igh Point College College athletes offered much 
excitement for supporters this year. How could we forget 
Pete Cockburn scoring goals, Susie Rarirez's 25 foot 
jump shots, Andy Young's dunks, John Carty's base hits, 
Pekka Makela's ace serves, Phil Krimminger's par 
tournaments, Teresa Sweatman's backhands and Cynthia 
Ismael's jump serves? 

Blood, sweat and tears, hard work and dedication 
describes the athletes at HPC. Some victories, some 
defeats, but overall a positive year for HPC's athletes. 




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Bunt • Strike • Grounder • Fly ball 
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BASEBALL 



Wayne Albrecht 
David Barnes 
Mark Barnes 
Bob Barra 
Carl Bradsher 
Scottie Carter 
John Carty 
Aiidy Dupree 
Mike Everett 
John Fitz 
Tom Gamble 
John Hamilton 
David Hooker 
Mike Horniak 
Ronnie Lucas 
Danny Mizell 
Jeff Pate 
Keith Rowand 
Jim Scott 
Ron St roup 
Charles Way nick 
Lee Whitney 



Panthers finished ahead 
sixth in the conference with 
a record of 6-8. The 



Panthers were 11-12 
overall. Andy Dupree was 
voted most valuable player. 







Above: The leading hitters are: Carl Bradsher, Mike 
Everett, and John Carty. 



Left: Anticipation of 
another game. 




Left: David Hooker is behind the 
plate for the Panthers. 



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Homecoming 1985 began Thursday, February 7, with Career Alumni Day. 



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After the caravan there was a Talent Show in the Hayworth Chapel. 



Saturday, February 9, the Panthers beat the Guilford Quakers 39-38. 





A Caravan of students, alumni, and the court rode around the community. 




Susie Ramariez, Jeanne Davis, Donna Scherj), and Lynn Fortaleza, Queen. 



1985 Homecoming Queen: Lynn Fortaleza. 




Lady Panthers 

Defense • Pass • Foul 
Dribble • Free throw 




Susie Rameriz takes a jump shot from the top 
of the key. 




Debbie Johnson pushes up a shot 
from underneath. 



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The Lady Panthers coached by 
Nancy Little provided the team 
roster with opportunity to play 
area teams in the Carolinas 
Conference. 



40 Women's Basketball 




Angie Green fights for a rebound 
as Anita Staton looks on. 

Amy Boswell 
Cathey Cassady 
Sherry Duvall 
Angie Green 
Ellen Hazelton 
Debbie Johnson 
Lisa Jones 
Beth Luckhardt 
Gigi McPherson 
Anne Myers 
Marie Ormond 
Susie Ramirez 
Rhonda Smith 
Anita Staton 
Julie Theberge 



Gigi McPherson shoots from outside 



Anita Staton looks for help 



Women's Basketball 41 



Slam • Dunk • Overtime • Jumpshot 

Men's Basketball 

Anthony Ball Mike Miller Ron Telleysh 

Hugh Gelston Danny Murphy Odell Walker 

John Hamilton Bill Puckett Andy Young 

Jim Hoffman Greg Purvis Dave Young 

Mike Johnson Terry Shakelford 








Dave Young takes the ball up. Ron Telleysh scores ayiother point 



Odell Walker drives for the basket as Danny Murphy looks on 



42 Men's Basketball 




The '84-'85 Panthers were "Dingo" Hamilton 



characterized by beards, 
new hair styles, dunks 
with authority and 
warming up to Hank 
Williams Jr. Danny 
Murphy and John 



operated the back court, 
while Jim Hoffman, Dave, 
and Andy Young, and 
Odell Walker worked in 
the front court. 





Danny Murphy drives as Odell Walker and John Hamilton look on. 



Andy Young takes a "jumper" from the top. 



Men's Basketball 43 




The Panthers' Soccer team goalkeeper for the 

had five seniors returning Panthers. Pete Cochburn 

for the 84-85 season. will be a scoring threat 

Sophomore Sal Schiavone from midfield. 
will be called on as 




Backs Bobby Rapp and Angelo Stewart are the team captains. Seniors 
R.C. Hill, Dwayne Hunt, and Glenn Jones should offer some leadership. 
Woody Gibson is the coach of the Panthers. 



Above: Danny Hague hustles off the field. w 




44 Soccer 



Mitre • Puma • Offsides 

SOCCER 



Goalie 



Rich Rathbun 
Sal Schiavone 
Ted Sonnenberg 
Stu Shilling 
Kevin Noon 
Joe Crupi 
Randy Hechler 



R.C. Hill 
Danny Hogue 
Pete Cockburn 
Dwayne Hunt 
Lee Bundy 
Gary Hewett 
Glenn Jones 



Angelo Stewart 
Doug Brandon 
Phil Valente 
Lester Davis 
Bobby Rapp 




Above left: Bobby Rapp takes a •'breather". Above: R.C. Hill moves the ball 
upfield. 

Left: Angelo Stewart and Danny Hogue go for the 



Soccer 45 



Last year's standout 
players, Carol Williams, 
Carol Bidermann, and 
Sharon Packen will 
provide an "offensive 
punch" for the team. 
The Lady Panthers 
anticipate a successful 
season. High Point 
hosted the Deep South 
Tournament. 







46 Women's Field Hockey 




Above Left: Amy Rowton defends. 



#. Left: Amy maneuvers the ball. 



BRUISES • QUILTS • STICKS • SCORE 

FIELD HOCKEY 




Above: The Panthers "mix it up". 



Field Hockey Team: 
Carol Bidermann 
Shari Campbell 
Jennifer Duanne 
Colleen Farrell 
Claire Hall 
Patrice Higgins 
Anneli Kiviviemi 
Dawn Lemmo 
Lisa McKeown 



Amy Rowton 
Teresa Timmons 
Gray Todman 
Priscilla Trentham 
Carol Williams 

Manager: Marie Giofre 
Coaches: Kitty Steele 
Leslie Clark 



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The volleyball team had one 
returning senior. Susie 
Ramirez should provide 
leadership. Rhonda Smith 



and Donna Lilly should 
control the nets for the 
Panthers. 




Returning all-conference player, Cynthia Ismael, will be a strong net 
player. The Lady Panthers are coming off an excellent '83-'8A season. 
Five of the players from last year's team returned. 




Anne Lopez and Rhonda Smith await the serve. 



48 Vollevball 



Bump • Set • Spike • Tiger 

VOLLEYBALL 



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Susie Ramirez 
Anne Lopez 
Kim Maness 
Rhonda Smith 
Donna Lilly 



Rebecca Daisy 
Ann Myers 
Cynthia Ismael 
Debbie Johnson 
Beth Luckhardt 



Sally Hamilton — Stats 
Margret Rodgers — Scorer 
Coach: Nancy Little 




Left: Cynthia Ismael and Donna Lilly go up to block 
a hit. 



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Wome??'s Tennis Dori Johnson Mara Schultz 

Team: Suzanne LeClear Terry Schroth 

Kim Bergen Kim Lewers Teresa Sweatman 

Cathey Cassady Anne Maryse Lopez Kerry Thornett 

Whitney Clark Donna Reynolds Coach: Kitty Steele 




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50 Men's and Women's Tennis 



Ace • Love • Fault • Adidas 
Slam 

TENNIS 



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Men's Teyinis Team: 
Mike Bridget- 
Keith Brown 
Gary Clark 
Tom Conrod 
Randy Foster 
Joey Fuqua 
Mike Grimmer 
Matt Lange 
Pekka Makela 
Sami Narhi 
Steve Pappas 
Todd Polen 
Coach: Ed Ray 





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Sweatman returns a vol- 
ley as Donna Reynolds 
looks on during a dou- 
bles match. 




Left: Dori Johnson returns a hard hit serve. Dori is a 
senior player. 



Tennis team had six returning play- 
ers. Randy Foster, a junior transfer 
from Brevard, will get some court 
time throughout the season. Pekka 
Makela and Sami. 



Dori will provide leader- 
ship for the team. 



Men's and Women's Tennis 51 



Yell for the Panthers! 



CHEERLEADERS 





The HPC cheerleaders with Richard Hoffman, advisor. 



52 Cheerleaders 




Above the cheerleaders perform one of their 
stunts. 



Donna Scherp joins in on a cheer. 



The Panther, alias Mike Hor- 
niack, cheers on the team. 

High Point College 
Cheerleaders are: 

Tina Casey 
Donna Scherp 
Lisa Hill 
Paula Reising 
Christine Guy 
Ester Christian 
Cara VanKooten 
Linda Ferazzoli 
Dennis Smith 




Cheerleaders 53 



Bobby Rapp pulls down a rebound 
during an "A" league game 



High Point College had a 
strong intramural 
program thanks to many 
spirited participants and 
good leadership from 
John Carty, Lynn 
Fortaleza, and Bobby 
Rapp. The Delta Sigma 
Phi's captured the 
championship in ultimate 
frisbee and soccer. The 
Zeta Tau Alpha's won the 
women's soccer league. 



54 Intramurals 




George England drives to the basket. 



Team X * Delta Sigs * Pikes * Zetas 

INTRAMURALS 1984-85 



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Greg Pribble and Bob Rossi defend. 



Independant teams 
dominated the men's "A" 
and "B" leagues. The 
women's leaders were the 
independants. Zeta's were a 



close second with "Ebony 
Rose" placing third. Nu 
Delta Beta, Fraticides, and 
Crawf s Court battled for 
first in "B" league. 



Intramurals 55 



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he four classes at HPC represent four unique types of 
people. To the Freshman, college is a new experience to 
which they find the infamous HFC cheeseburger to be 
great. 

The Sophomore class represents seasoned freshmen 
back for a second year. They have caught on to the 
routine and their rating of the cheeseburger falls to OK. 

The Junior Class is full of anticipation. Waiting for that 
forever cherished class ring, plus, the rite of passage to 
Seniordom. Juniors find cheeseburgers boring and 
resort to soup and salad. 

Seniors have a lot to think about. First, they wonder how 
the first three years of college went by so quickly. 
Secondly, they look towards graduation with fear and 
gladness. Fear of the unknown after May 5th and 
gladness that four years of formal academic training are 
miraculously completed. The third thing the Senior 
ponders as if they have enough money to call Domino's 
instead of having cheeseburgers again. 




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CLASSES 



FRESHMEN 



Mitchell Anderson 
Connie Baird 
Beatrice Barnswell 
James Beck 




Anthony Bell 
Risa Blackman 
Karen Bowman 
Robin Boyd 
Doug Brandon 
Barbara Brannigan 



Brianne Brannigan 
Charles Brikner 
Debbi Brobst 
Sky Broome 
Janet Brown 
Keith Brown 



Tommy Bryant 
Scott Bryson 
Teri Burchette 
Toni Burchette 
David Burks 
Noel Busch 



58 Freshmen 



Class of 1988 




Frankie Chaplin 
Esther Christian 
Billy Coley 



Tom Conrod 
Demetrio Contoganas 
Perry Conley 



June Craft 
Shannon Craft 
Caroline Cronin 



Marie Cross 
Leslie Culp 
Jeanne Dawson 



Cathy Demchak 
Donna Dennis 
Liz Dercksen 



Diane Derouen 
Beth Domby 
Bernie Donaldson 



Jennifer Dunne 
Sherry Duvall 
Audrey Espina 



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Clay Faulk 
Holly Felber 
Linda Ferazzoli 
Kenny Ferris 
Jack Fetner 



Dove Fielder 
Susan Finch 
Kris Flores 
Philip Fulp 
Wanda Furrow 



Tracy Glacer 
Monica Gregor 
Chris Guy 
Greg Helmstetler 
Claudia Hernandez 



Kathleen Hernandez 
Danny Hogue 
Sherry Holland 
Lisa Holleman 
Anne Hopkins 



Mike Hovan 
Brian Hopper 
Susan Horowitz 
Brenda Hovis 
Joe Hutchins 



Mary Ann Hundley 
Kim Idol 
Sonja Jenkins 
Debbie Johnson 
Tammy Joyce 



Chris Kelly 
Bill Kimmel 
Blair King 
Jon Kite 
Phyllis Lackey 




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Scott Lax 



Suzanne LeClear 



Dawn Lemmo 



Kim Lewers 



Donna Lilly 



Gil Logan 



Tish Logan 



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FRESHMEN 



Stephanie Mack 
Janet Mallet 
Tanya Matlins 
Kim Massey 



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Steve Maurer 
John McColsky 
Debbie Meckfessel 
Anne Meyers 
Andy Mills 
Tony Morrison 



Lori Morton 
Rich Mullins 
Mark Murphy 
Chris Muzzy 
Shawn Newsone 
Todd Nichols 



Michael O'Connor 
Maria Ormond 
Andrea Owen 
Rachelle Peters 
Gwenda Peddycord 
Misty Piper 



62 Freshmen 



Class of 1988 




Karen Poole 
Eric Potts 
Stephanie Powers 



Basil S. Qubain 
Seema Qubein 
Mary Quinn 



Richard Rathburn 
Mae Ravenel 
Michelle Rawie 



Michelle Reeside 
Paula Reising 
Sherry Rice 



Chloe Richardson 
Thomas Rizzo 
Arthur Rodriguez 



Jon Roller 
Scott Rutledge 
Trisha Sari an 



Freshmen 63 



FRESHMEN 







Rhonda Skipper 
Rhonda Smith 
Don Snyder 
Owen Snyder 
Ted Sorensen 
Paige Spell 



Cynthia Stewart 
Beth Summerville 
Paula Swisher 
Leonore Szymanski 
Gregg Thompson 
Gray Todman 



Lisa Totten 
Anthony Transou 
Lynne Tuttle 
Cara Van-Kooten 
Kevin Ward 
Rob Weinhold 




64 Freshmen 



Being a Freshman 

College is an important and challenging step in 
one's life. During the first few weeks on campus 1 
experienced many exciting, scary, and trying times, 
anticipating adjustment being much harder than it 
really was. I was afraid I would never make it 
through Orientation, but I did, and it helped me 
enormously. I met many congenial people and 
became accustomed to the new environment 
through these Orientation meetings. My 
Orientation leader, Dr. Ward, and other professors 
were helpful in answering any questions that 
arose. 

Living near High Point College has been an asset 
to me, however, the friendliness of the people on 
campus would have made college easy for anyone. I 
have enjoyed my first year at High Point College 
and will be looking forward to living on campus. 

Shannon Welch 




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Shannon Welch 
Karen West 




Melanie Weston 
Josephine Williamson 



Barry Witten 
Warren Wolff 



Sophonia Wood 
Karen Yingling 



Ursula Yrbielewiez 
Carmen Zayas 



Joe Zeman 



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John Adkins 
Saad Ahmed 
Peggie Arvidson 
Anwar Atalla 
Edward Bamberg 



Donna Beanne 
Terry Best 
Carolyn Binkley 
Sandra Brownell 
Teresa Brewer 



Michael Bridger 
Peggy Cann 
Linda Carroll 
Cindy Casperson 
Cathey Cassady 



Rodney Clayton 
Lee Cockerill 
Kevin Connolly 
Andrea Cope 
Randy Dally 



Mike Ernst 
Lori Frye 
Kelly Given 
Kelly Coins 
Allison Guy 



Angela Green 
Debrea Hayward 
Angela Hendrix 
Lisa Hill 
Tammy Hill 



Sherri Hill 
David Hooker 
Kristin Howard 
Walter Hunter 
Deborah Kerr 




68 Sophomores 



SOPHOMORES 
Class of 1987 





Nancy Knipp 
Danny Leonard 



Bruce Long 
Louise M. Lopez 






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Priscilla Lowe 
Aileen Lynch 



Stacy Maloney 
Cindy Maness 



Kathleen McCullough 
Paul McDonough 



Lisa McKeown 
Dan Metivier 



Steven Mickel 
Tom Miller 



Sophomores 69 



Linda Mise 
Melissa Mize 
Sean Moberley 
Alison Moore 



Jane Morris 
Pam Mulvey 
Stephanie Newbern 
Bob Parkinson 



Yazmin Pastrana 
Phillip Perry 
Lynda Peterson 
Terrie Rea 



Donna Reynolds 
Sara Rivas 
Randy Rover 
Michael Roberts 



Amy Rowton 
Gary Russell 
Donna Schepp 
Terry Schroth 



Marwan Shaban 
Chris Shuping 
Mitchell Simpson 
Kathy Small 



Dennis Smith 
Doug Smith 
Elizabeth Smith 
Angie Snider 



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Class of 1987 




Lora Songster 



Mike Stakes 
Julie Theberge 



Jon Travis 
Coy Trawick 



Priscilla Trentham 
Angella Vestal 



Sarah Wenley 
Terry Wood 



Paul Wong 
Karen White 



Amal M. Yhayyal 
Ken Zeller 



Sophomores 71 



Terry Aiken 
Carol Bidermann 
Jamie Borgman 
Kelly Brisentine 
Linda Bulla 
Nita Burchette 



Debbie Campbell 
Jill Carrick 
Tina Casey 
Susan Cox 
Sheila Craig 



JUNIORS 
Class of 1986 




Lisa Creed 
Cora Beth Crowell 
Margaret Draper 
Kim Eads 
Bonnie Eakin 



72 Juniors 





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Marja Erickson 
Colleen Farrell 



Daniel Firebaugh 
Randy Foster 



Debbie Frazier 
Marie Giofre 



Cindy Gleiser 
Kelli Green 



Alan Haggai 
Annette Hall 



Charles M. Hall 
Clair Hall 



James M. Hall 
Sally Hamilton 



Juniors 73 



Larry Hedrick 
Quinzetta Hayes 



Scott Heinecke 
Selwyn Heintz 



John Higgins 
Leslie Hill 



Amy Holland 
Amy Hora 



Ray Hotz 
Kenn Huff 



Cynthia Ismael 
Lance Jarett 



Janine Joson 
Phil Key 



74 Juniors 




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JUNIORS 

Class of 1986 





Vanessa Lemmon 
Stuart Liberty 
Kim Maness 
Marsha Manos 
Rochelle McAuley 



Larry McCullough 
Pamela McHone 
Deena McMurtry 
Gigi McPherson 
Kim Moose 



Donald Osborne 
Pat O'Sullivan 
Sherry Paradise 
James Reese 
Cathy Robinson 



Juniors 75 



Robert Rogers 
Karen 

Schneggenburger 
Curtis Schneider 
Thomas Scott 
Gwen Shanks 



Sandra Shaw 
Craig Shepperd 
Camden Smith 
Steve Smith 
Andrew Stewart 



Chuck Taylor 
Ashley Teague 
Mary Van Horn 
Craig Van Steenburgh 
Michelle White 



JUNIORS 

Class of 1986 




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Cynthia Ann 
Whitecotton 
Alicia Wright 



Mon Yom 
Paul Ziglar 



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Juniors 79 



Senior Directory 

Jerald Keith Albert 

6426 Littlewood Road 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
Jennifer Lindquist Albrect 
548 Deerwood Drive 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
Marie France Allred 
Route 4 Box 310 
Askeboro, NC 27-203 
Lillie Jean Alston 
1817 Blain St. 
High Point, NC 27262 
Arthur Alexander Amos 
121,0 Highland Ave. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Elizabeth P Anderson 

509 Guilford Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262 
Michael Earl Anderson, Sr. 
1356 Oak Grove Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Nicki Holt Angell 

1689 Brookford Rd. 
Kernersville, NC 2728k 
Ross Douglas Arnold 
3815 Whitehaven Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Sandra Leigh Austin 
2606 Woods End Lane 
Greensboro, NC 271,10 
Teresa Pauline Baity 
Route 4 Box 245 G 
Yadkinville, NC 27055 
Jacqueline Renee Barner 
Rt 1 Box 1S4A 
Lawndale, NC 28090 
Robert Joseph Barra 
81,08 Fenwood Drive 
Springfield, VA 22152 
Jennifer Rene Bartholomew 
25*6 C Suffolk Ave. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Jacqueline Leigh Beasley 
1829 Bethel Drive 
High Point, NC 27260 
Allen Ralph Beck Jr. 
114 Maplewood Ave. 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Sylvia Clark Beck 
110 Dogwood Circle 
High Point, NC 27260 
William Alexander Beck 
110 Creekwood Drive 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Glenda Joyce Bodenheimer 
Rt 4 Box 745 
Thomasville, NC 27S60 
Vicki Lynn Boles 
1921 Lyons Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Vickie Carol Bowles 

Rt. 3 Box 69 
Trinity, NC 27S70 
Jane Croyle Bowser 
132 Maplewood Ave. 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Gwendolyn Bradley 
5767 Antietam Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Kristin Anne Brown 
2372 Birch Place 
Allenwood, NJ 8720 
Virginia Ellen Budd 
PO Box 174-501 Main St. 
Myersville, MD 21773 
Mona Celeste Burgess 
Route 5 Lot 90 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Melinda Denise Burton 

501 N Keplet Road 
Deland, FL 32720 
Michael D Cadle 

1 764 Union Cross Rd. 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
Rebecca Michele Cahan 
804 Honeysuckle Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27407 
Tamra G Calloway 
21 75 Widgeon Ct. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Dennis Lee Cameron 
135 Robbins Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Gary Mapp Campbell 

50 Dickens Rd. 
Claymont, DE 1970S 
Robert Duncan Campbell III 
19 A Fountain Manor Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27403 
Robert Gerard Campbell 
146 Cedar Cove Ln. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Kimberly Ann Cardwell 

502 Hampton Drive 
King, NC 27021 



Cynathia Prosser Carroll 

1078 Laverne Lane 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
John Patrick Carty 
2907 Custer Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27407 
Luigi Mario Castaldo 
U North Street 
Madison, NJ 791,0 
Larry Kent Cecil 
608 Frontier Drive 
Archdale, NC 27263 
Lisa Marie Childress 
PO Box 1044 
Sylva, NC 28779 
Charlie Wayne Clark 
603 Moore Drive 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Edward Thome Clark, Jr. 
40 Arita, CI 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Allen Hodges Cole 
1914 Wakefield Place 
High Point, NC 27260 
Lethia Nichols Coleman 
3858 Draper St. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Holly Mackellar Collins 
RFD Locust Hill Way 
East Canaan, CT 6024 
Nancy Alison Collins 
PO Box 104 

N Wilkesboro, NC 28659 
James Francis Connor 
561 South Bunker Hill 
Colfax, NC 27235 
Virginia Muirhead Cooper 
710 Hallmark Drive 
Rural Hall, NC 27045 
Gregory Richard Cornelius, Jr. 
2950 Northbridge Rd. 
Gregory Richard Comeluis 
8614 Bunnell Dr. 
Potomac, ND 20854 
William Earl Cotham, Jr. 
2950 Northbridge Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
Carmen Yyonne Cottle 
241 W Church Street 
Mocksville, NC 27028 

Charles Christopher Cox 

400 Idlebrook Drive 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
Charles William Crabill, Jr. 
10211 Lawyers Rd. 
Vienna, VA 22180 
Elizabeth Crawford 
70 Girard Ave. 
Somerset NJ 8873 
Donnie Gray Crotts 
Route 2 Box 64 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Sylvia Darren Dalton 
3997 B Valley Court 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Martha Motsinger Darnell 
Route 12 Box 2W 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Branson Davis 
PO Box 177 
Siler City, NC 27344 
Camille Walton Davis 
1355 Old Woodbine Road 
Atlanta, GA 30319 
Mary Jane Davis 
3650 Yarborough Apt 61 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Roger Douglas 
1419 Guyer Street 
High Point, NC 2.7260 
Melissa Ann Duncan 
PO Box 816 
King, NC 27021 
Jacquelyn Gail Eads 
2750 Woodvale Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Rita Jeanette Edwards 
209 Lynella Lane 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Michael Kent Elliott 
634 Naomi Ave. 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
George William England, Jr. 
1 7 Purple Martin Lane 
Hilton Head Is., SC 29928 
Amy Roe Everett 
2314 I Shadow Valley Rd 
High Point, NC 27260 
Patricia Ellis Fitzgerald 
3847 B Johnson Street 
High Point, NC 27260 
Teresa Meredith Forbes 
2906 English Road 
High Point, NC 27260 
Lynn Marie Fortaleza 



15 Southwest 10th St. 
Ft Lauderdale, FL SSS15 
Andrew Keith Fortune 
Route 2 Box 1273 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Donald Allen Foster 
5674 Chancellorsville 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Jill LuAnn Foster 
266 Oakgrove Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
C William Frampton III 
705 Rodman Road 
Wilmington, DE 19809 
William D Frazier 
1728 Stoneybrook Drive 
High Point, NC 27260 
Aquilla Mae Fulton 
3620 Yarbrough Ave #B 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Mary Margaret Gagner 
5400-13 Lamoya Ave, 
Jacksonville, FL 32210 
Andrew Jerome Gaither 
2305 Pebble Creek Rd. 
Winston Salem, NC 27107 
Marsha D. Garner 
2502 Williams Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262 
Carla Price Gentry 
4388 Bridal Creek Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Suzanne L Gillespie 
2647 Majestic Drive 
Wilmington, DE 19810 
Brenda Gail Graham 
1218 Stevens Street 
Raeford, NC 28376 
Brian Keith Graham 
518 Player Dr. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Christopher Lee Grantham 
142 B Old Mill Road 
High Point, NC 27260 
Tammie Byrd Greene 
151 B Willow Creek Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Tamara Moss Greenwood 
5756 Davis Road 
Walkertown, NC 27051 
Gail Smith Gregory 
Rt 2 Box 252 
Mocksville, NC 27028 
Kimberly Michelle Gregory 
Route 2 Box 433 
Mocksville, NC 27028 
David Horton Gorseclose 
8215 McDonogh Rd. 
Pikesville, MD 21208 
John Virgil Gurney 
2202 Bohngbroke Court 
High Point, NC 27260 
Carolyn Shipplett Hamilton 
427 W 'Lexington Avenue 
High Point, NC 27260 
John Whitfield Hamilton 
PO Box 1375 
Cullowhee, NC 28723 
Melanie Lynn Hamilton 
Route 4 Box 26 
Four Oaks, NC 27524 

Connie Byrd Hance 

701 Marley Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Todd Cloniniger Harmon 
102 Fairbanks Ct. 
Mount Airy, NC 27030 
Todd Kiger Harris 
7920 Simmons Road 
Rural Hall, NC 27045 
Rachel Ann Harward 
801 Woodburn Road 
Rockville, MD 20851 
Steven Warren Hatt 
Grant Road 
NewMarket, NH 3857 
Kenneth William Hauser 
8 Larnpan Lane 
Winson-Salem, NC 27105 
Valerie Ann Hawes 
2729 Reynolds Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Janice Hux Hayes 
2663 Monticello Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Rodney Steven Hedrick 
Route 4 Box 97 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Christopher Robert Heenan 
2513 Raven Road 
Wilmington, DE 19810 
Rita Lynn Hege 
Route 8 Box 112 
Lexington, NC 27292 

Kenneth Lee Hendrix, Jr. 

P. Box 165 
Trinity, NC 27370 
Sharon Lowe Hennis 



515 Avon Court 
River Vale, NJ 7675 
Karen Danette Hernandez 
711 Alano Dr. 
Guaynabo, PR 657 
John S. Hess 
2S18 F Shadow Valley 
High Point, NC 27260 
Jimmy Dale Hill 
628 Sedge Garden Road 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
Mary Jane Hill 
1015 Tipton St. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Robert Charles Hill III 
216 E Concord Road 
Orlando, FL 32802 
Duane Lee Hines 
Route 4 Box 1232 
High Point, NC 27262 
Janet Shoaf Holcombe 
3960 Winterhue Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Arthur A Holleman HI 
1021 Lavada Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
Dana Lee Holmes 
12S09 Chesterton Drive 
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 
Brent Paul Holshouser 
830 East Main St. 
Shelby, NC 28150 
David Wayne Holt 
PO Box 6254 
High Point, NC 27260 
William Michael Homiak 
3223 Cedarhurst Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28213 
Jean Hurley Howington 
624 N Stratford Rd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Donald Ray Humphrey 
3270 Plantation Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Nancy Anne Huner 
18 Woodhollow Rd. 
Great River, NY 11739 
Dwayne R Hunt 
1061 Cassel Drive 
Bay Shore, NY 11706 
Monica Lee Husserl 
Calle 88 7A-41 Apt 301 
Bogota Columbia 
Annette Faith Huttar 
Route 2 Box 295 
East Bend, NC 27018 
Jonathan Phillip Jackson 
8 RVE Michel Lentz 
Niederanven Lux 
Andrew George Johnson 
3106 Rolling Road 
High Point, NC 27260 
Patsy Vaughn Johnson 
Rt 2 Box 2860 
High Point, NC 27260 
Tammy Leigh Johnson 
Rt 6 Box 381 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Donald A Jones 
102 Timberwood Dr. 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
Glenn R Jones 
2225 Henlopen Ave. 
Wilmington, DE 19804 
Judy Dixanne Jones 
802 Dogwood Road 
Boone, NC 28607 
Kimberly Dawn Jones 
1227 East Ritters Lk R 
Greensboro, NC 27406 
Laterfa Morgan Jones 
Rt 3 Box 567 
High Point, NC 27263 
Thelma B Jones 
102 Timberwood Drive 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
Daryl Evan Katz 
1 Deerchase Road 
Morristown, NJ 7960 
Barbara Ann Flowe Kelly 
2200 Brentwood St. 
High Point, NC 27263 
Kirsten Elizabeth Kezar 
209 E Stadium Dr. 
Eden, NC 27288 
Valerie Jeanne Ross Kiger 
66 Carter Circle 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Anneli Kiviniemi Bennett 
1011 N Main Ecker #B-9 
High Point, NC 27262 
Phillip Drear Krimminger 
5S0 5th Avenue NE 
Hickory, NC 28601 



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80 Senior Directory 




CLASS OF 1985 



As Leicis Wheless tries to figure out what is going on, his 
entire class has left. 




Lillie J. Alston 

Accounting 
High Point, NC 



Dennis K. Andrews 

Political Science 
Winston Saleni, NC 

Karen A. Austin 

Education 
High Point, NC 




Seniors 81 






Sandra L, Austin 

Early Childhood Ed. 
Greensboro, NC 




Jacqueline R. Barner 

Gerontology 
Lawndale, NC 

Sylvia Beck 

Art 
Oxford, NC 

Jane Croyle Bowser 

Chemistry and Biology 
Thomasville, NC 



Carl L. Bradsher 

Accounting 
Roxboro, NC 

Virginia Budd 

Business Administration 
Myersville, MD 

Mona C. Burgess 

Biology 

Winston Salem, NC 



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Michael Douglas Cadle 

Business Administration 

and Economics 

Augusta, GA 

Gary M. Campbell 

Political Science and 

History 

Claymont, DE 



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82 Seniors 



Class of 1985 




John P. Carty 

Sociology 
Greensboro, NC 

Kent Cecil 

Business Administration 
Arckdale, NC 



Alison Collins 

Gerontology 
North Wilkesboro, NC 

Holly M. Collins 

Political Science and 
History 
Howsatonic, MA 

William E. Cotham, Jr. 

Chemistry 
Winston Salem, NC 




Carmen Yvonne Cottle 

Christian Education 

and Spanish 

Mocksville, NC 

Bill Crabill, Jr. 

Business Administration 
Vienna, VA 

Elizabeth Crawford 

Political Science and 

History 

Somerset, NJ 





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Branson L. Davis 

Business Administration 
Siler City, NC 




Seniors 83 




Robert E. Dennis, Jr. 

Business Administration 
Greensboro, NC 



Michael K. Elliott 

Political Science and 

History 

Kernersville, NC 

George William 
England 

Art 
Hilton Head, SC 




Michael Everett 
Physical Education 
Summerfield, NC 




Lynn Marie Fortaleza 

Physical Education and 

Recreation 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 

Jill L. Foster 

Business Administration 
Winston Salem, NC 

Bill Frampton 

Religion and 
Christian Education 
Wilmington, DE 



Mary M. Gagner 

English Media 
Communications 
Jacksonville, FL 

Suzanne L. Gillespie 

Theatre Education 
Wilmington, DE 




84 Seniors 



Daryl Katz tries to escape the rigors that plague 
all seniors. This is commonly called 
SENIORITIS. 






Brenda Graham 

Business Administration 
Raeford, NC 



Kimberly M. Gregory 

Managerial Psychology 
Mocksville, NC 

David H. Groseclose 

Political Science and 

History 

Pikesville, MD 




Seniors 85 




John W. Hamilton 

Physical Education 
Cullowhee, NC 

Todd C. Harmon 

Home Furnishings 
Marketing 
Mount Airy, NC 



Rachel Ann Harward 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Rockville, MD 

Rodney Steven Hedrick 

Biology I Pre-med 
High Point, NC 

Christopher R. Heenan 

Communications 
Wilmington, DE 



Rita Hege 

Early Childhood Ed. 
Lexington, NC 

Kenneth Lee Hendrix 

Business Administration 
Home Furnishings 
Trinity, NC 

Steve Hess 

Political Science and 

History 

Rockville, MD 




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William M. Horniak 

History/Education 
Charlotte, NC 



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86 Seniors 




Terri and Frank Livingston share a moment in between 
classes. 




Dwayne Hunt 

Business Administration 
Centereach, NY 

Karen D. Hernandez 

Media Communications 
Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 



Nancy Anne Huner 

Managerial Psychology 
Great River, NY 




Seniors 87 




Tammy L. Johnson 

Human Relations 
Thomasville, NC 




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Glenn Jones 

Physical Education 
Wilmington, DE 

Judy D. Jones 

Communications and 

Spanish 

Boone, NC 

Kimberly Jones 

Intermediate Education 
Greensboro, NC 




Kirsten Kezar 

International Business 

and French 

Eden, NC 

Phillip D. Krimminger 

Home Furnishings 
Hickory, NC 

Debbie Kuchinskas 

Early Childhood Ed. 
Edison, NJ 




Wyeleen Kwan 

Biology 
Gaithersburg, MD 

John T. Lancaster 
Accounting 

Southern Pines, NC 




88 Seniors 



Simon E. Lappi 

Biology 
Carrboro, NC 





Tammy K. Lawson 

Sociology 
Winston Salem, NC 

Lisa D. Leach 

Special Education 
Lexington, NC 

Terri Livingston 

Communications 
Davidsonville, MD 



Clifford Lopp 
History 

Lexington, NC 

Stephen C. Mackintosh 

Political Science and 

History 

Adamstoicn, MD 

Renee Henry Marsh 

Philosophy 
High Point, NC 



Charlene G. McDaniel 

Business Administration 

and Accounting 

Winston Salem, NC 

Betty Jane Mclnvale 

Business Administration 
Winter Park, FL 









Seniors 89 



As temperatures rise annual Sunicorshipers obtain a tan. 





Scott McPherson 
Business Administration 
Setauket, NY 



Shannon Andrea 
Moore 

Media Communications 
Newtown, CT 

Denise Metivier 

Sociology 
High Point, NC 




90 Seniors 




Anna Minear 

Biology 

High Point, NC 

M. Scott Morgan 
Communications and 
Theater 
Trinity, NC 



Marion Kay Morris 

Physical Education 
Walnut Cove, NC 

Danny Murphy 

Business Administration 
Richmond, VA 

Cedric Austin Nash 

Religion 
Asheville, NC 



Donna Rudd Nelson 

Christian Education 
Asheboro, NC 

Brad O'Brien 

Home Furnishings and 
Business Administration 
High Point, NC 

Sharon A. Packen 

Physical Education 
and Health 
Beachwood, NJ 





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Joseph Patton 

Political Science and 

History 

Winston Salem, NC 




Seniors 91 



Thomas Arthur Payne 

Biology 

High Point, NC 








Hope Lucinda Phelps 

Sociology 
Lexington, NC 

Edna Millay Price 

Business Administration 

and Economics 

Gastonia, NC 

Krich Ratanaphruks 

Chemistry and 
Mathmatics 
High Point, NC 




Susan E. Ramirez 

Early Education 
Manassas, VA 

Robert J. Rapp 

Business Administration 

and Accounting 

Commack, NY 

Charles B. Rhodes, Jr. 

Chemistry 
Kernersville, NC 



Bob Rossi 

Communications 
New Port Richey, FL 

Horic E. Roundtree 

Business Admiynstratioti 
Winston Salem, NC 




92 Seniors 




SGA Vice-President, Art Payne, receiving ridicule from 
Phil Key, for his apparent misfortune when he had an 
"encounter" with a fence. 




Douglas B. Shields 

Physical Education 
Kernersville, NC 

Greg Shuskey 

Home Furnishings 
Marketing 
Mount Airy, NC 



Kent Sides 

Business Administration 
Harrisburg, NC 




Seniors 93 




Joseph G. Smith, Jr. 



Chemistry 
Sewaren, NJ 




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Sheila M. Smith 

Biology 
Asheboro, NC 

Valdes J. Snipes 

Gerontology 
Mebane, NC 



James G. Spainhour 

Business Administration 
Kernersville, NC 




Lolita Y. Spencer 

Business Administration 
Eagle Springs, NC 

Sharon R. Starkey 

Christian Education 

and Human Relation 

Olney, MD 

Melinda D. Stroud 

Early Childhood Ed. 
High Point, NC 



Tamara Lynn Swain 

Business Administration 
Clemmons, NC 

Teresa L. Sweatman 

Mathematics 
Winston Salem, NC 




94 Seniors 




Lisa C. Swing 

Art 
Lexington, NC 




Renae Talley 

Political Science and 

History 

Woodleaf, NC 

John Tisdale 

Human Relations 
Fayetteville, NC 



Leslie A. Tucker 

Biology 
Sarasota, FL 



Gregory S. Upchurch 

Home Furnishings and 

Business 

Raleigh, NC 

Anthony Watson 

Media Communications 
Clinton, MD 

Charles S. Waynick 

Business Administration 
Greensboro, NC 



Pamela M. Welch 

Special Education 
Winston Salem, NC 

P. Lewis Wheless, Jr. 

Media Communications 
High Point, NC 




Seniors 95 




Luanne White 

Chemistry Business 
Parsippany, NJ 

Thomas P. Williams 

Human Relations 
Roanoke, VA 



Jean Williamson 

Communications 
Portsmouth, VA 

Robert L. Williard 

Religion 

Wiyiston Salem, NC 



Vera M. Wilson 

Communications 
Charlotte, NC 




Paula L. Winton 

Political Science and 
History 
Woodbridge, VA 

Connie M. Wright 

Early Childhood Ed. 
High Point, NC 



Susanne L. Zuroff 

International Business 
Fayetteville, NC 




96 Seniors 



Senior Directory 

Continued from p. 80 

Deborah Lynne Kuckinskas 

468 Plainfield Road 
Edison, NJ 8820 
Wyeleen Kwan 
17100 King James Way 
Gaither&burg , MD 
Anne S Lambeth 
325 Dogwood Circle 
High Point, NC 27260 
John Talmadge Lancaster 
1924 East Indian Avenue 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 
Tammy Kay Lawson 
131,3 Bethania Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Lisa Delane Leach 
Route 10 Box 221 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Sonya G Leister 
711 Leisters Church Rd 
Westminster, MD 21157 
Charles Joseph Libro 
4031 Hampton Road 
Clemmons, NC 27012 
Jonnie Roy Livengood 
Rt 3 Box 497 
Trinity, NC 27S70 
Terri Suzanne Livingston 
632 Santa Maria Lane 
Davidsonville, MD 21085 
W L Lockamy Jr 
1524 Wiltshire Street 
High Point, NC 27260 
Lisa Carol Loflin 
50 W Holly Hill #40 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Edward Nalle Lohr II 
1802 Carolina Street 
High Point, NC 27260 
Michael Clayburn Long 
525 West Second St. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Stephen Carson Mackintosh 
12S5 Parks Mill Road 
Adamston, MD 21710 
Renee Henry March 
PO Box 273 
Wallburg, NC 27373 
Edwin Aydlett Martin 
2442 Apt. G S Holden 
Greenboro, NC 27407 
Sandra White Massey 
Rt 12 Box 160 Raye Dr. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Peggy Ann Mastbrook 
3016 Locksley Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27406 
Krista Beeson Matthews 
Route 12 Box 695 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Charles Edward McCarthy 
427 Freedom Mill Road 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
William Dwight McCorkle, Jr. 
Rt 1 

EUaville, GA 31806 
Charlene Gail McDaniel 
4046 Reidsville Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Betty Jane Mclnvale 
2862 Euston Rd. 
Winter Park, FL 32789 
Sharon Ann McMillon 
401 Woodbriar 
Rural Hall, NC 27045 
Scott William McPherson 
12 Linda Lane 
Setauket, NY 11733 
Frank Foy Meadows 
PO Box 882 
Weaverville, NC 28787 
Barbara Stewart Merritt 
Route 1 Box 246 
King, NC 27021 
Denise Elaine Metivier 
828 Rosecrest Avenue 
High Point, NC 27260 
Kim Charles Miller 
Rt 18 Box 140-B 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Mary Anna Minear 
1509 Whitehall St. 
High Point, NC 27262 
James Stuart Mitchell 
119 Fawn Drive 
Clairton, PA 15025 
Jeter Wayne Montgomery 
627 Colonial Dr. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Shannon Andrea Moore 
73 Brushy Hill Road 
Newtown, CT 6470 
Doris Joyce Moorefield 



4023 N Main St. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Montgomery Scott Morgan 
Rt 2 Box 6 
Trinity, NC 27370 
Richard William Morgan 
180-11 Dalewood Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Dora Mae MorriBon 
811 Montlieu Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262 
William Thomas Mowery, Jr. 
3740 Vandalia Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Daniel Harold Thomas Murphy 
1007 Wynbrook Lane 
Mechanicsville, VA 23111 
John Mark Myers 
Route 9 Box 430 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Cedrick Austin Nash 
1 A Lee Walker Hghts 
Asheville, NC 28801 
William B Neal 
3250 High Cliff Road 
Pfafftown, NC 27040 
Jerry Wayne Neely 
1852 Buddinbrook Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Donna Rudd Nelson 
119 Shamrock Road 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
Kelly Lynn Newman 
5606 Fallingbrooks Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27407 
Remigius Nwabueze 
320 N. Richardson St. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Homer Bradley O'Brien 
1611 Guyer St. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Jacqueline Maureen O'Linn 
3600 Vandalia Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Paul O'Brien O'Neal Jr 
3822 Talcott Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
William Thomas O'Neal, Jr. 
6007 Hedgerow Circle 
Winston-Salem, NC 27012 
Sharon Anne Packen 
612 Neptune Ave. 
Beachwood, NJ 8722 
Hilda H Pate 
3027 Kinnamon Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Joseph Pitts Patton 
J25 Billie Sue Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
David Albert Paul 
437 E Sprague Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Percy I Payne III 
803 Parkwood Circle 
High Point, NC 27260 
Thomas Arthur Payne 
2003 Chestnut St. EXT. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Timothy Allen Pegram 
400 Old Mill Road 
High Point, NC 27261 
Hope Lucinda Phelps 
1931 Winston Road 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Robin Renee Phieffer 
N Country Road RR1 
Wading River, NY 11792 

Julia Irene Pickens 

2367 Bethabara E-6 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Edna Millay Price 

3236 Starland Drive 
Gastonia, NC 28052 

Saundra Greene Pugh 

■2227-L Shadow Valley R 
High Point, NC 27260 
Susan Elaine Ramirez 

9510 Chatham St 
Manassas, VA 22110 

Robert Jacob Rapp 

S3 Wyoming Street 
Commack, NY 11225 
Krich Ratanaphruks 
819 5th Street 
High Point, NC 27262 
Thomas Gary Redding 
Rtl Box 471 
Yadkinville, NC 27055 
Nancy Jean Reynolds 
PO Box 587 
Lewisville, NC 27023 

Charles Bradford Rhoades 



661 Naomi Ave 
Kemersville, NC 27284 
Mark Thomas Richardson 
145 Turnwood Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Deborah Darlene Robinson 
15 Kingston Road 
New Castle, DE 19720 
Robin Rogers 
1115 Twin Oak Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Robert Thomas Rossi 
6032 Casey Drive 
New Port Richey, FL 33553 
Florie Elizabeth Roundtree 
3890 Old Vineyard-26B 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Waldo Herbert Rustrian 
610 Martha PI 
High Point, NC 27263 
Joseph Pascal Santoni 
Socorro Sanchez #269 
Santo Domingo 
Brian James Sarnecki 
4730 Parkvale Rd. 
Elicott City, MD 21043 
James Shaw Scott 
730 Gormley Drive 
Rockville, MD 20850 
Lynn Marie Sharkey 
475 Walton Rd. 
Maplewood, NJ 7040 
Wendell Fred Shoemaker 
7435 Pine Trails Rd 
Pfafftown, NC 27040 
Calvin Gregory Shuskey 
PO Box 1642 
MtAiry, NC 27030 
Joe Kent Sides 
315 Plaza Drive 
Harrisburg, NC 28075 
Daniel Ray SimmonB 
1841 Meadow Glen Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
William Binford Sledge 
PO Box 610 

Kill Devil Hill, NC 27948 
Bobbi Gail Smith 
190-3 Dalewood Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Georganne Mackaronis Smith 
2372 Spicewood Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
John Randolph Smith 
1212 E Ritters Lake Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27406 
Joseph George Smith, Jr. 
13 Debra Place 
Sewaren, NJ 7077 
Sheila Marie Smith 
Route 9 Box 373 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
Valdes Juan Snipes 
Rt 5 Box 400 
Mebane, NC 27302 
James Gregory Spainhour 
5949 Timberwood Trail 
Kemersville, NC 27284 
William David Spainhour 
Route 3 Box 69 
King, NC 27021 
Stephen Wendell Speaks 
2304 Barnsley Court 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Lolita Yvette Spencer 
PO Box 93 

Eagle Springs, NC 27242 
Sharon Renee Starkey 
1 9005 Riverton Street 
Olney, MD 20882 
Kathryn Cheek Steelman 
Rt5 Box 459 
Yadkinville, NC 27055 
Kimberly Armstrong Stepp 
800 Memorial Park Drive 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Melinda Denise Stroud 
Route 3 Box 287 
High Point, NC 27263 
Opal Coleman Suggs 
1129 Kendall Mill Re 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Tamara Lynn Swaim 
PO Box 504 
Clemmons NC 27012 
Teresa Lynn Sweatman 
4975 Alms Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Lisa Carol Swing 
Rt 2 Box 3 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Sandra Maie Swoboda 
5716 Nevada Street 
Berwyn Hghts, MD 20740 
Cynthia Renae Talley 
Rt 1 Box 270 
Woodleaf, NC 27054 
David Crissman Tally 



4995 Pine Hall Road 
Walkertown, NC 27051 
Mary Ellington Tatum 
1802 Eliiabeth Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
Stanley Edward Taylor 
914 B Lakecrest Ave. 
High Point, NC 27260 

Gary Lee Thomas 

5108 Wheeler Ct. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Rhonda Kim Thomas 

6112 Lea-Ray Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
Jc .n Kenneth Tisdale 
2171 Middle Road, 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 
David Bruce Tomlinson 
Cecily Johnson Towsend 
552 Kinard Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Leslie Tucker 
2180 9th Street 
Sarasota, FL 33577 
Faye Gough Underwood 

522* Cox Blvd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Jeffery Keith Vogler 
Route 12 Box 510 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Nancy Smith Wade 
512 Moore Drive 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Lisa Lynn Walker 
241 7 Williams Ave. 
High Point, NC 27262 
Mark Steven Ward 
5 Vivian Street 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Rachel L Warlick 
1088 Peace Haven Rd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Virginia Binkley Warner 
PO Box 474 
Walkertown, NC 27051 

Anthony Watson 

7705 Canberra Place 
Clinton, MD 20785 
Charlie Stuart Waynick 
1208 New Garden Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
Kevin Thomas West 
667 Mourning Dove Dr. 
Sarasota, FL 33577 
Amos E Westmoreland 
1824 Sussex Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Paul Lewis Wheless Jr 

1414 Madison Ave 
High Point, NC 27262 
Luanna White 
171 Rainbow Tr 
Denville, NJ 7834 
Rachel Dayvault Wiles 
519 Dogwood Circle 
High Point, NC 27260 
Charlotte Willhite 
201 Cedarwood Dr. 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
Jean Paige Williamson 
421 Mayflower Road 
Portsmouth, VA 23701 
Keith Richard Williams 
117 Lakeview Circle 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Mary Katherine Williamson 
3504 Stonehurst PI 
High Point, NC 27260 
Sue S Williams 
414 Penns Grove Road 
Summerfield, NC 27358 
Robert Lee Williard 
3712 Fraternity Ch Rd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Kenneth Lee Wilson 
445 Burnham Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Michael Lane Wilson 
101 Dalewood Dr Apt 2 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Paula Louise Winton 
4314 Kentland Drive 
Woodbridge, VA 22193 
Connie Martin Wright 
3101 Flanders Ct 
High Point, NC 27260 
Arthur Kyle Yates 
Rt 12 Box 256 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
John Alexander York 
PO Box 66 
Morganton, NC 28655 

Richard Steven York 

167 Turnwood Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
David Allen Young 
737 Tiffany Drive 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878 



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ooking at the body of the college, the classes 
are the organs and the organizations its 
spiritual essence. Some groups function as 
regulators pumping vital fluids and others 
operate as obedient servants working to 
help and assist. 

Each precludes sacrifice on the part of its 
members in time and energies growing out of 
dedication and self-satisfaction which quite 
often is the only reward. Each human segment 
earns the admiration of our entire community 
because of the selfless contributions and earned 
honors. 

The creative talents, collectively and 
individually, display themselves in works that 
enrich the human state and sensitize us to the 
beautiful in life. The liberal arts experience is 
fed by each of these groups. 






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Karen Bowman, Sonya Jenkins 

Organizations staff 



NATIONS 



Left to Right: Renae Talley, Art Payne, Suzanne 
Zuroff, Bill Frampton, Ray Hotz, and Ted Coryell. 



Top Row, Left to Right: Mike Lemmo, Ray Hotz, Peggy Draper, Bill Frampton, 
Suzanne Gillespie, Todd Harmond, Second Row: Tammy Riggs, Hope Phelps, 
Denise Metiever, Kristin Howard, Ted Coryell, Suzanne Zuroff, Janet Temple, 
Tonya Faizi, and Dean Sistrunk. First Row: Betty Mclnvale, Renae Talley, 
Alicia Wright, Karen White, Jeanne Davis. 





"Who Seconds the Motion?" A 



Student 
Government 
Association 



t its Bi-weekly meetings SGA 
considered bills dealing with the 
allocation of money, Ethics code, 
Revisions, and the purchase of 
material goods. The best 
component of the Student 
Government Association was the 
fact that the people who were 
there cared enough about the 
school and their respective 
organization or class to vote in 
good consciousness. 



100 SGA 




WWIH 
Your 
road to 
rock 



Bill Sheehan, Greg Russell, Terry Aiken, Jim 
Scott, Anthony Watson, Dennis Andrews, 
James Turner, Charlie Hinman, Chris 
Heenan.Joe Patton, Owen Snyder, Craig Van- 
steeuberg, Loy Sherrill, Bob Parkinson, Liz 
Crawford, Diane Mulrey, Joe Hutchenson, 
Tim Winters, Lora Songster, George 
Moronese, Lester Davis and Wanda Furrow. 

Craig Vansteenverg managed WWIH 
during 198U-19S5. 




VV VV J- -Ll is an educational 
FM station that serves the student 
population on the campus as well 
as the High Point Community. The 
station presently operates at 10 
watts with an expected increse to 
over 100 watts in the near future. 
WWIH is designed to give students 
on the job experience in the field 
of radio broadcasting, especially 
announcing, production, and 



operations. The station itself is 
located in the tower of Roberts 
Hall and is run entirely by 
students at High Point College. 
Most of the students working at 
WWIH are communications majors, 
although this is not required. 
Many of those who have worked at 
the station have graduated and 
are now employed in radio 
broadcasting. The announcers 



choose the music that is to be 
played on WWIH keeping in mind 
the stations format of AOR (Album 
Oriented Rock). This does not 
apply to the shows on Friday and 
Saturday which have been 
reserved for Soul music. All in all, 
WWIH is the best way a student at 
High Point College can gain 
experience in the radio industry. 



WWIH 101 




Left to right. First Rou>: Jane Boivser,Krich Ratanaphruks,Wyeleen Kwan Second Roiv: Bill Cot ham — President, Joe Smith, Art Payne, 
Chuck Taylor, Brad Rhoades 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL 

SOCIETY 

A he Student Affiliate Chapter of professional and social contacts 
the American Chemical Society with chemists in industrial as well 

gives chemistry students as academic environments. 



102 American Chemical Society 



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Ms. Anita Kelly 
Brisentine 


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Mr. William Earl 
Cotham Jr. 


Ms. Melinda Denise 
Stroud 


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Ms. Elizabeth Anne 
Daisey 


Ms. Teresa Lynn 
Sweatman 


Ms. Colleen Patricia 
F err ell 


Mr. Stanley Edward 
Taylor 


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Ms. Lynn Marie 
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Mr. John Kenneth 
Tisdale 


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Mr. Charles William 
Frampton 


Mrs. Connie Martin 
Wright 


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Ms. Judy Dixanne Jones 


Ms. Laura Alicia 
Wright 


Ms. Susanne Linda Zuroff 






Who 


's Who 103 



Left to right: Ted Coryell, Lisa Creed, Ray Hotz. 



We Plan Fun 

Student Union 



JL he Student Union is the 
Governing Board of the Student 
Government Association of the 
college and is charged with the 
operation and promotion of 
activities for student and faculty 
in the social, cultural, and 
recreational areas. It serves as 
an off-shoot of the SGA and may 
have membership derived from 
the student body of the college. 



Student Union Members 




THE STUDENT UNION First 
Row: Left to Right: Deidre 
Fleenor, Kerry Thornette, Priscil- 
la Lowe, Heidi Lehmkuhl, Megan 
Kaufman, Tracey Glaser, Kathy 
McCullough, Alicia Wright, Sec- 
ond Row: Dr. Al Sistrank, Kevin 
Connolly , Lisa Creed, Terri 
Smith, Lisa Slaton, Deena 
McMurty, Deborah Hayivord, Deb- 
ra Kerr, Third Roiv: Billy Coley, 
Jane Morris, Margaret Phillips, 
Trish Sarlan, Monica Gregor, 
Ursula Urbielewicz, Chloe 
Richardson, Teresa Brewer, 
Fourth Row: Andy Miller, Ray 
Hotz, Darren Clark, Ted Coryell, 
Nick Russo, Owen Snyder, Mike 
Stakes, Mary VanHorn, John Hig- 
gins, Kristin Howard, Mike Far- 
ley, Greg Shuskey, Mike Lemmo, 
Bob Rossi NOT PICTURED: 
Esther Christian 




104 Student Union 




Pan's and Faculty have picnic at Dr. Lucht'i 

home. 



Freshman 
Orientation 



Henry the Eighth 
and Joseph Conrad 
Collect Heads for 
all Seasons 



A hose "paws" were the "core" 
of the Orientation Program. 
"Paws" as in dependability were 
the big sisters and brothers of 
the program and carried out 
what was the substance in the 
sessions, "How to Survive 
Registration" and college in 
general. 

The earliest meetings were 
social in make-up but the 
academic sessions became 
involved in note-taking, study 
procedures, time management, 
and how to use the library. 
Appreciation was extended to all 
the core committee members 
and each paw for the time and 
interest in making the program 
work. 



Art Payne, Rev. Ben Curry , and Mrs. Busch 
were Orientation Leaders. 



Orientation 105 



Kappa Delta Pi 

Left to right. Row 1: June Craft, Marja 
Erickson, Connie Wright (President), 
Melinda Stroud (Treasurer), Melinda 
Wall Abee. Row 2: Kim Eads, Valerie Ann 
Hawes, Philip George (Advisor), Nancy 
W. Shelton (Advisor), John Hamilton, 
Sandy Austin. (Not pictured) Karen 
Austin, Jane Bowser, Elizabeth Daisy, 
Glenn Jones, Anneli Kivinemi, Lisa 
Leach. 




106 Kappa Delta Pi 





Presidential Scholars 



JT residential Scholarships are awarded to selected 
incoming Freshmen. The Basis by which these students 
have been selected is dependant on their high school 
activities and personal interviews that are conducted by 
faculty and present scholars. The scholarships, valued 
from four thousand to six thousand dollars over a four 
year period are based on academics, leadership, and 
citizenship. The chosen scholars must maintain a 3.0 
grade point average and serve on selected committees. 
These committees run the annual Presidential 
Scholarships weekend to which certain high school 
students from around the country are invited to visit High 
Point College. 

Executive Committee. Left to Right. Row 1: Jennifer Bartholomew, Co-Chairperson; Art 
Payne, Co-Chairperson; Kelly Brisentine. Row 2: Robin Sink, Lance Jarrett, Marwan Sha- 
ban, Barbara Benson. 



Presidential Scholars 107 



Brainstormers 



WRITERS' 
CLUB 



A he Writers' Club which meets monthly 
seeks to promote interest in all types of 
writing: journalistic, cinematic, literary, and 
commercial. The club is open to all students. 
The Writer's Club works jointly with the 
Apogee and Flyspec, in the production of these 
publications. 




108 Writers' Club 




Art Payne and Jennifer Bartholomew seri'ed as 
co-chiefs during the 198J, commencement. 




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Junior 
Marshals • 
1984 

Art Payne, Co-chief 

Jennifer Bartholomew, Co-chief 

Vickie Boles 

Jane Bowser 

William Cotharn, Jr. 

Marsha Garner 

T a mar a Greenwood 

Judy Jones 

Renee Henry-Marsh 

Charlene McDaniel 

Robert Rapp 

Joseph S?nith, Jr. 

Melinda Stroud 

Teresa Sweatman 

Stanley Taylor 

Connie Wright 



Junior Marshals stand as Seniors arrive 
for graduation. 



Junior Marshals 109 



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Jon Travis works steadily 
on Greeks. 



Bill Frampton examines 
the 198A Zenith. 




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Zenith Staff: Left to right. First Row: Bonnie Eakin — 
Underclassmen, Coy Traivick, Second Row. Left to 
right: Vatiessa Lemmon, Carmen Zayas — Staff Secre- 
tary, Stephanie Mack, Danny Leonard — Sports, Third 
Row. Left to right: Linda Carroll, Suzanne LeClear, Bill 
Frampton — Seniors, Melissa Mize — Editor-in-Chief, 
Mr. Porter — Advisor, NOT PICTURED: Scott 
Heinecke — Chief Photographer, Tyrone Worsham — 
Photographer, Jon Travis — Greeks, Sonja Jenkins — 
Organizations, Karen Bowman — Organizations, 
Anthony Molodecki — Faculty 



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CYCLIC 
RECURRENCES 

ZENITH 

Spring of 1984 saw the staff of the Zenith 
busy at work photographically recording the 
events happening late in the school year and 
never appearing on the pages of the yearbook. 

Correcting this omission, our capable and 
talented Editor-in-Chief, Melissa Mize, 
planned the 1985 Zenith to include that time of 
year when college activities, as well as nature, 
spurt into the season of re-birth giving eternal 
hope a shot of adrenaline. 

The March winds shook the roots of 
aspirations; April dawned with primordial 
mists; and May celebrated fruition. The time 
honored and dependable pattern of nature was 
reflected in rose buds, mortarboards, and 
exciting plans. Everything accelerated with 
the singing of the birds catapulting us into the 
new academic year. 

The Zenith staff views 1985 as the year of the 
flowers, radial in design and cyclic in growth. 



Melissa Mize tries patiently to explain drawing layouts. 



Zenith 111 



Janet Mallet, Michael Roberta, and Carolyn Binkley 
compose copy for a winter issue. 



Hi-Po 

Working for a better 
informed campus. 

ITxichael Roberts, editor-in-chief, 
worked many late hours and often 
stayed up all night long to see that 
HPC received an edition of the Hi-Po 
six times first semester. With the help 
of Carolyn Binkly, assistant editor, the 
Hi-Po staff strived to better inform our 
campus. 




Owen Snyder, Jerry Min, and Danny Beall proofread an edi- 
tion of the Hi-Po. 




112 HiPo 



Oiven Snyder and Jerry Minfit copy and pictures together for a pleasing layout. 




Right to left. Owen Snyder, Staff 
Writer; James D. Beall, Co-Sports 
Editor; Jerry Min, Co-Sports Edi- 
tor; Janet Mallett, Sports Writer; 
Carolyn Binkley, Assistant Edi- 
tor; Michael Roberts, Editor-in- 
Chief. 



HiPo 113 



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'ecember 6-9 in the Memorial 
Auditorium rang once more with 
the Christmas "Spirits" of HPC's 
third year (and last for a while), of 
Leslie Bricusse's "Scrooge". The 
performance is a musical 
adaptation of Charles Dickens' A 
Christmas Carol. However, a new 
director, Ron Law, and an able and 
talented group of HPC students 
and townspeople brought a new 
life to the production despite the 
difficulities of little rehearsal time 
and scarce funds. 



Paul Lundrigan assumed his 
traditional role as Ebenezer 
Scrooge and Bob Erden, for his 
second year, played the crippled 
Tiny Tim. But that's where the 
similarities ended. 

HPC students Philip Valenti, Cindy 
Gleiser, Lee Morris, Chris Flores, 
Sarah Werley, Jane Morris, Mike 
Reid, Mike Farrell and others 
joined by Tim Austin and Doreen 
Dvorsack of the Triad area formed 
the cast. 




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Homecoming 1985 

Talent at HPC 



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^omecoming hosted 
entertainment in the Hayworth 
Memorial Chapel. Dennis Smith 
and Kim Thomas, Andrea Cope, 
John Higgins, Aileen Lynch and 
Sky Broom were a few of the 
contestants. Andrea Cope won 
with "Come in From the Rain." 




Alpha Chi 
Honor Society 

Alpha Chi is an honor society 
which recognizes outstanding 
juniors and seniors. Members are 
selected annually, and the formal 
induction ceremony is held yearly. 
Students are judged on 
scholarship, character, leadership, 
and service. Each of these areas 
must reflect dedication to the 
school. The purpose of Alpha Chi is 
to recognize and encourage 
outstanding scholarship on the 
High Point College campus. 

Left to Right: Bill Cotham, Treasurer; Char- 
lene McDaniel, Secretary; Teresa Sweatman, 
Vice-President; Jennifer Bartholomew, Pres- 
ident; Art Payne, Delegate. 

College Bowl is sponsored by 
Alpha Chi each year. College Bowl 
is a question-and-answer game 
played between two teams made 
up of four players each. Points are 
scored by correct answers to 
questions asked by the moderator. 
College Bowl begins with a "Round 
Robin" of all teams taking turns 
playing one another. After this, 
elimination playoffs are held to 
determine the year's new 
champion. 

Jane Bowser, Stan Taylor and Bill Cotham 
agree with Art Payne's answer. 



Charlene McDaniel, Jane Bowser, Teresa 
Sweatman and Bill Cotham await Jennifer's 
okay to play. 



Alpha Chi 117 



Tom Lamb presides at a fall meeting. 



Wesley Fellowship 



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'rganized in 1984, Wesley Fellowship is 
an ecumenical group of students who 
meet weekly on Monday evenings, 8-9 
P.M., in the Student Center. The group 
has studied I Corinthians, Ephesians, 
Romans in the Bible as well as had films, 
speakers, socials, and programs on a 
variety of topics. The Chaplain, Reverend 
Ben W. Curry, leads the group with 
assistance from Tom Lamb and Mark 
Murphy. 

As an outreach project, many of the 
members of Wesley Fellowship go each 
week to the Father's Table, a soup 
kitchen for street people. The group is 
growing in its size as well as in 
participation. 



Reverend Ben Curry, Selwyn 
Heintz, Rich Mull ins, Marja 
Erickson, Second Rou>: Art 
Payne, Sharon Starky, Tom 
Lamb, Beth Summerville, 
Charles Rirkner. 






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118 Wesley Fellowship 



International Language Club 

Row 1. Mary Anne Rankin, Claudia Hernandez, Helena Rae Marshall, Beat rise Bamswell. Row 
2. Thomas Conrad, Seott Pollack, Andy Maness, Vance Davis, Gwenda Peddycord, Debbie 
Meckfessel, Michelle Rawie. Row S. Sami Narhi, Suzanne Le Clear, Perry L. Conley, Donna 
Bean, Paula Reising, Stuart Thomas, Teesha Grubb, Sushi Horowitz, Gil Logan, Carolyn 
Binkley, Rachelle Peters, Andy Miller, Paula Kamenish, PJ Lapaire. 




Language Club 119 



TOWER 
PLAYERS 

HPC meets 
Moliere 



A he Tower Players are an 
organization for all students 
interested in theatre. For the 1984-85 
year Tower Players provided new 
make-up for the Theatre Arts 
department. Tower players held 
positions from Director to Audience 
in every H.P.C. production. A "First 
Annual Tower Players Awards 
Banquet" was planned as well as a 
production executed by Tower 
Players. 

The 1984-85 productions included 
Dracula, Scrooge, Heaven Can Wait, 
Celebration, and the Tower Players 
one act. Major goals for the Power 
Players are to get HPC campus 
involved in theatre. 




Tower players officers for the 1984-85 year were: Ai~ 
leen Lynch — President, Cindy Geiser — Vice Presi- 
de nt.SuzanyieGilespie — Secretary, PamMcHone — 
Treasurer, and Lee Morris — Promotions Chairman, 
Ron Law, new theatre professor at HPC is the clubs 
advisor. 




Society For Collegiate 
Journalists 



A he Society for Collegiate 
Journalists is a national 
honorary society of students 
interested in print and 
broadcast journalism. Induction 



as a full member is determined 
by grade point average and total 
hours of contribution to campus 
and/or community publications. 








Left to Right: Rich Molirw.ro, Janet Temple, Shari Camp- 
bell, John Higgins, Ted Coryell. Second Rou: Ma ryGagner, 
Linda Mise, Shanon Moore, Leivis Wheelis, Scutt Morgan. 



Benjie and Jim discuss plans for the day of celebration. 



Society of Collegiate Journalists 121 



Campus Gold At HPC 



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.igh Point College has seen 
significant changes and signs of 
growth over the past few years. One 
of the changes took place with the 
installation of a new club on our 
campus, Campus Gold, a coed service 
organization aligned with Girl Scouts 
of America whose members are 
dedicated to the assisting of young 
girls and their growth. The 
expansion of their horizons is 
brought about through a program of 
camping, education, various cultural 
trips, and numerous activities to 
increase life's pleasure and beauty. 
These experiences heighten their 
awareness of themselves. 



Left to right: Jris W. Mauney, Advisor, Quinzetta A. Hayes, Secretary, Claire B. Hall, 
President, Cathy Robinson, Vice President, Sharon Starkey, Parliamentarian, Tammy 
Johnson, Treasurer 2nd row: Steven C. Mickel, Ursula Urbielewicz, Ken Furris, Jerry 
Aiken Not Pictured: Jon Kite, Sandy Earner, Bert Lee, Joe Williamson 



PE 

Majors 




The PE Majors club strives towards professionalism i n the field of 
physical education and recreation. 



122 PE Majors 




SOCIETY FOR 

ADVANCEMENT 

OF MANAGEMENT 

A.S one of the oldest professional 
management organizations, The 
Society for the Advancement of 
Management is open to all persons who 
plan to enter the area of professional 
management. By promoting managers, 
the society seeks to improve both the 
efficiency and the image of business 
and industry. 

Below: Left to right: 1st. row: Heidi Lehmkuhl 2nd. row: Craig Sheppard, dreg 
Spainhour — President, Brad O'Brien, Lee Cocke rill — Secretary, Lillie Alston — 
Treasurer, 3rd. row: Robert Rogers, Kim Gregory, Betty Jane Mcln vale, Mary Van 
Horn, Brenda Graham, J,th row: Kelly B risentine — Vice President, Lance Jarrett 
5th roiv: Terry Henderson, John York, David Ashe, Barry Martin 




Management/American Humanics 123 



High Point 
College Singers 

KJ nder the direction of Alexa 
Jackson, the High Point College 
Singers have performed both on and 
off campus including the annual 
Christmas Concerts, the Lessons and 
Carols Services and for various 
community and campus functions. 
They were asked to participate in 
WXII, Channel 12's Annual 
Christmas Special. 



Mrs. Alexa Jackson 





124 HPC Singers 




Coy Trawick, Kathleen Farley 
and Teresa Timmons prepare for 
an annual concert. 



Hard Work, Vocal Exercises and 
Practice, Produces Those Lilting Tones. 



An 1984, the Singers performed 
Gabriel Faure's Requiem with 
orchestra and the highlight of the 
group's year was the Spring Tour. 

High Point College Singers' 
repertoire consists of both classical 
and popular music. The ensemble 
showcases solo talent and group 
talent. Within the Singers, the men 
join to create a male choir and the 
women perform as a women's chorus. 



HPC Singers 125 



Baptist Student Union 



Left to right: Clay Faulk, Charlene McDaniels, Ruth Wad- 
dell, Frank Smith-Advisor, Not pictured: Lamar King- 
Advisor. 




126 Baptist Student Union 



Tom Williayns 




Liz Craivford 



Bowling Club 

X ins and Points to Spare in the 
Alley League Tournament is the 
goal but the accumulation of 
points is the real competition for 
the club made up of High Point 
College students. It is organized 
into four sections of members. 
Each group earns points that grow 
until a five week period is over and 
the four top bowlers have a roll-off 
with 4th place bowling the 3rd 
place, winner of match bowling 
2nd, on and on until a first place 
winner is proclaimed the winner of 
the league. 

Our super coach is bookstore staff 
member, Gerry Hill, who gains as 
much pleasure from her team's 
trophies as the top bowlers. 




Beth Phillips 



Bowling Club 127 



The flag is flying and now for daily pushups. 









Army R.O.T.C. 
at H.P.C. 

Designed for students who have 
demonstrated potentials in 
becoming commissioned officers in 
the Active Army, the Army 
Reserve, or the Army National 
Guard. Marksmanship, Military 
History, and Leadership are a few 
of the topics discussed in Army 
R.O.T.C. 



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SGM Richardson R.O.T.C. Detachment Sergeant Major, Mike 
Siegfried, Quinsetta Hayes, Steven Michael, Kenneth Huff, 
Patrick O'Sullivan, Mike Horan, Cpt. Newell MSIII In- 
structor. 






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REEKS. This one word holds more 
meaning than any one person can 
explain. There is so much more to being 
a Greek than what is viewed on the 
surface. The endless days at the Rail; the 
car-washes; the Greek games, the parties 
and dances are all quite fun and 
memorable. But the heart of all Greeks 
lies deeper than these simple surface 
activities. The following pages may help 
you to understand and more fully enjoy 
these endless relationships. 







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Greeks editor 



GREEKS 



Intra- 

Fraternity 

Council 

Intra-Fraternity Council is the 
governing body of the four social 
fraternities at HPC. Its purpose 
is to organize rush and to keep 
things running smoothly 
between the four groups 
throughout the year. 



First Row (Left to Right): Buzz Mackintosh, Tom Wil- 
liams, Andy Brown, Simon Lappi, hoy Sherril, Jon 
Travis. Second Row: Scott Oliver. Third Row: Chip 
Fleming, Rich Molinaro, Mike Siegfried, Matt Kohn. 



Tish and Mary discuss last nights dates. 




132 Panhel/IFC 




Greek 
Week 



Each year Intra- 
Fraternity Council and 
Panhellenic Council put 
together a Greek Week. The 
week consists of a bonfire, 
games, and a dance. Its pur- 
pose is to help bring all Greek 
Organizations on campus 
closer together. 



Front: Trudy McDonald, Mary 
McCormic. Second Roiv: Jennifer 
Palmer, BJ. Mclnvale. Third Row: 
Carol Bidermann, Robin Rogers and 
Tammy Riggs, President. 




Panhellenic Council 

Xanhellenic Council is the governing 
body of the four sororities at HPC. It is 
responsible for organizing sorority rush. 
Sixty-five girls pledged in formal rush 
this year. This year Panhellenic 
sponsored a Junior Panhellenic for the 
first time. Each sorority is represented by 
two pledges from the pledge class. This 
group works with Panhellenic on all 
projects and helps promote good 
panhellenic relations. 



Left to Right: Mike Lemmo — SGA Delegate, Jon Travis — Secretary, Mike Siegfried 
President, Tom Andrews — Treasurer. Not Pictured: Chip Fleming — Vice-President. 



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Left to Right — Jeanne Davis — Publicity 
Chairman, Carol Bidermann — Panhellenic 
Delegate, Nancy Huner — President, Bunny 
Wagner — Rush Chairman, 2nd Row: Janet 
Temple — Standards Chairman, Sha?i Camp- 
bell — Recording Secretary, Robin Pneiffer — 
Ritual Chairman, 30th committee chairman, 
Debbie Kuchinskas — Activities Chairman, 
Kelly Given — House and Guard Chairman, 



Kelli Green — Membership and Altruism 
Chairman, Debbie Campbell — Treasurer, 3rd 
Row — Jennifer Austin — Social Chairman, 
Deri Johnson — Vice President, Scholarship, 
Hope Phelps — ■ Vice President, Fraternity 
Eudcation, Not Pictured Denise Metivier — 
Corresponding Secretary 




Left to Right — Front to Back: L-F : Donna Reynolds, Mary Gun- 
nals, Terri Smith, Bunny Wagner, Amy Toivton, Jeanne Davis, 
Carol Biderman. 2nd — Janine Joson, Lisa Slayten, Linda Mise, 
Lainey Simonson, Sandi Potterfield, Jane Mems, Robin Pheiffer, 
Tammy Sivaim, Debbie Kuchinskas, Hope Phelps, Kelli Green, Dive 
Fielder, Kelly Given. 3rd — Michelle Raivie, Mary Mac Cormack, 



Debbie Campbell, Tanya Matlins, Holly Feldbar, Dori Johnson. Uth 
— Sherry Duvall, Mellisa Heyes, Janet Temple, Shari Campbell, 
Laura Cedarte, Linda Miller, Denise Snow, Nancy Huner, Pam 
Harris, Jennifer Austin, Vanessa Lemmon, Janet Mallet, Mara 
Shulz, Robin Boyd, Karen West, Sarah We-ley, Rachelle Peters. Not 
Pictured — Terri Livingston, Denise Metivier 



134 AGD 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



Alpha Gamma Delta strives to 
build character and lasting 
friendships. Along with the social 
activities, the Gams spend a great 
deal of time raising money for 
their National Philantrophy, the 
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. 
Alpha Gamma Delta's other 
current altruistic projects include 
visiting orphanages, and singing 
Christmas carols at retirement 
homes. The members of AGD are 
actively involved in intramural 
sports, Student Government, and 
Student Union, etc. This year the 
Alpha Gams take great pride in 
celebrating its Thirtieth 
Anniversity. 

Happy — "Alpha Sigma Pi — My 

oh" 
Detective — "I have potential to 

spek cowectly." 
Teasing — "Habid-a-gee- yipee " 
Rockin' — "Hey you guys . . . Swat 

team unite" 
Crazy — "Congrats on holding out 

till Christmas." 
Kookie — "Don't forgett — one in 

one out" 
Dopey — "It all happens at the 

library" 
Terrorist — "Whats P.R?" 
Laid Back — "I found my WOP" 
Shana — "I'm holding out for a 

hero" 
Develish — "I'm crawling back in 

my shell." 
Dummy — "I am going on a man 

hunt" 
Party — "Is older better?" 
Kinky — "So what really happened 

at City Lake?" 
Mouth — "I'm No. 1 and one half." 
Jolly — "Got you dangling by mu 

pearls." 
Big — "Don't take me to the 

hospital Take Ish." 
Jivin' — "Anyone for a friendly 



game of quaters?" 
Sunshine — "Because I am Pegs — 

I'm dancing with myself." 
Drunken — "Should I stay or 

should I go?" 
Joshin' — "I wanna live on 

campus" 
Shooting — "I like 'em tall, dark, 

and handsom." 
Loving — "Where's my Coke?" 
Voluptuous — "Snow at the YMCA 

in Rocky Mt. High? Where's 

Leslie and the 450 SL?" 
Lucky — "Fud-that-noise" 
Adorable — "Three things make 

me happy . . . pizza, hockie, and 

Tom." 
Sensuous — "What does 

shack-a-kon mean in African?" 
Luscious — "Who loves ya?" "vou 

do" 
Jokin' — "Hurts me bad" 
Talkative — "Bozo You social 

butterfly" 
Marvelous — "Who's my crush this 

week?" 
Ravishing — "I really must go and 

study" 
Terrific — "I hate them boys over 

there yonder." 
Lunatic — "Where's Sandy?" 
Modest — "I'm out to conquer 

IFC" 
Daring — "Can I barf my hips up?" 
Merry — "H.P.C. — You can have 

your cake and eat it too" 
Dingy — "I drive a lemmon" 
Jumping — "I'm sooo confused. It's 

scaring me bad" 
Jamin' — "I aint afraid of no rich" 
Messy Marving — "You're just so 

cute" 
Rambunctious — "Get a re-al 

a-ccent" 
Jabber-Jaw — "Like its casual" 
Hilarious — "Don't be so radical" 
Krazy — "When's my baby 

comin'?" 



"The Deal" 




Just Hangin Out! 



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lift. *. 




Whit, if you think we're strange . . . LOOK! 
Sue and Whitney 



THOSE FAVORITE QUOTES 



Devi — What do you think about 

drinking on campus? 
B.J. — Sleeping in the drunk tank. 
Lynde — I'll hold the door, so you 

talk to him in Belk. 
Eb — Did Jeff really pull a muscle 

in his arm doing that? 
Myrtle — Class is cancelled today 

. . . due to lack of interest. 
Arv — Weird Theatre Person 
Whimpy — Renting a room in 

Yadkin for appearances. 
"T" — Wake me up when it's 

supper time. 
Prudence — I know Prince is 

good!! 
Ginger B — Later . . . I'm going to 

Duke! 
Jane — Atlanta or Bust. 
Animal — How do you do it? 
Stevie — Don't worry, Donnie will 

buy me another ring! 
Frito — How far is it from 2nd 

floor Millis? 
Jill — What color underware do 

you have on? 
Wheezy — Rowwrr — she's off! 
Brick — Who loves ya Baby? 
Kim — They do the same thing in 

McCulloch they do in Millis. 
Whit — A Waste Case! 
Dawn — He's a god with that 
moustache! 



Sushi — 869-1115 

Jenn — Two a night? 

Noel — Leaving the country so 

soon? 
Kris — ... looks just like Tom 

Cruise! 
Diane — Seen Rob yet? 
Reese — Can't live with them, 

can't live without them. 
Mae — What's that dance again? 
Devola — The dance starts at 

12:00? 
Amy — He makes a move and I'll 

deck him! 
Crip — Seen my keys or crutches? 
Pepples — Camping in the 

bathroom. 
Cricket — What's behind those 

dark glasses? 
Rhonda — We Can't hear you!! 
Cammy — It's all my fault! 
Donna — What's happening at 

5:45? 
Paula R — Thrown any pictures 

lately? 
Paige — 3 days in the cafe! 
Kristin — I need Tony! 
Madonna — Pick me up when I 

fall. 
Cathy — Angel in disguise! 
Minnie — I'd love to stay, but I'm 

double parked! 



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136 KD 



From Left to Right. Peggy Arvidson, Editor; Pam McHone, member- 
ship; Paula Winton, treasurer; Lynda Peterson, secretary; Cheryl 
Lamer, Assistant treasurer; Judy Jones, President; BJ. Mclnvale, 
Vice-president. 



KAPPA DELTA 




Is this hazing? 

Lisa McKeaven and MaryAnn Foster 



The Kappa Deltas started the 
year off in great form with our 
largest and one of the best 
pledge classes in our recent 
history — 26 super girls!! 

Then on to preparing for and 
celebrating our 30th year at 
HPC! We also participated this 
year in our bi-annual 
Rock-a-thon for our local 
philanthrophy, The American 
Heart Association. 

Many new bonds were 
formed and even more old 



bonds were tightened as the 
sisters and pledges pulled each 
other through their everyday 
ups and downs. 

As each day passes our colors 
of green and white grow to 
hold more meaning as we look 
back at a year gone by too 
quickly, but look forward to the 
beach and many more good 
times! 

P.S. SENIORS — WE LOVE 
YOU!! 




Family Potrait 
Jill, Pam, and Jenn 




From left to right — 1st row: Kim Crutchfield, Noel Bush, Jill Cardillo, 
Peggie Arvidson, Lisa McKeawen, Kim Maness, Pam Welch. 2nd Row: 
Ginger Budd, Judy Jones, Donna Beane, Diane Derouen, Paige Spell, 
Andi Owen, DeeDee Lett, Alicia Sacco, Alison Guy, Cathy Demchak, 
Sue Horowitz, CaraVanKooten.SrdRow; Whitney Clark, Lynda Peter- 



son, 



, BJ. Mclnvale, Risa Blackmann, Paula Winton, Kris Florres, 
Dawn Lemmo, Paula Reising, Pam McHone, Brenda Hovis, Lynn 
Watts, Jackie Barner. 4th Row: Courtnay Primm, Cheryl Lanier, Mae 
Ravenel, Rhonda Smith, Kristin Hotz, Amy Boswell. 

KD 1.37 



Our Phi Mu Pledges — We love 'em! 




First Row: Ann Osterhout — Vice President, 
Lolita Spencer — President, Jennifer Palmer 
— Panhellenic Delegate, Tracey H olden — Phi 
Director, Lisa Maim — Corresponding Secre- 
tary. Second Row: Terry Henderson — Mem- 
bership Director, Margaret Rodgers — Record- 
ing Secretary, Robin Rogers — Panhellenic 
Treasurer , Melissa Duncan — Social Director. 
Not Pictured: Karen Hernandez — Treasurer. 

Those enthusiastic Phi Mil's! 



PHI MU 



Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at 
Wesleyan College, Macon Georgia. 
The Gama Zeta Chapter was 
established at High Point College 
in 1952. Our colors are rose and 
white, and our flower is a 
rose-colored carnation. Phi Mu is 
based on the ideals of love, honor, 
and truth. Our national 
philanthrophy is project HOPE 
which stands for Health 
Opportunities for People 
Everywhere. 

Sayings: 

Amal: We hate you, Love, the Phi 

Mu's. 
Cindy: What's on reserve the last 

weekend of every month? 
Gray: I found my Keys. 
Claudia: You guys is it really 

wrong? Do you think I should? I 

am not bad am I? 
Terry: Why can't our chapter 

consultant stay in your room 

this weekend? 
G.T.A.: Home is where the Bruce 

is. 
Tracey: Is my nose to big? 
Stacy: Anybody got any paper? 

No, not that kind. 
Melissa: Do you really desire a 

B.J? 
Margaret: Should I date a Sig? I 



need a reputation. 
Mimi: Just who are you taking to 

the pledge dance? 
Lisa J: Wanna go for a hike? 
P.R: It's so salty, aaah! 
Cyndi: Have you hugged your 

TEDdy bear today? 
Bonnie: Remember, blondes do 

have more fun! 
Kim R: I love Prince's face, chest, 

legs, . . . 
Kathy: Too shy to eat in front of 

Bolivians, huh? 
Amy: What do you get in 

Charlotte, Amy? 
Lisa R: Jersey people don't 

whine! 
Kim L: How about them Finnish 

men? 
Lolita: What's the towel for? 
Lori: I'm 111! Whooo is it? Cool 

hammies, man! 
Susie: Resident Rambling women 

— "Think about it". 
Maria: Our L.B.G. 
Robin: Is Donnald Duck really 

that good in bed? 
Patrice: Shut up and get 

organized! 
Jennifer: I'm dreaming of the 

Kappa Delta sweetheart!!! 
Lisa M: Don't worry Lisa, no one 

saw! 




138 PM 






Phi Mu's are always ready for a night on the 
town. 



Get down girls! 




Left to Right. First Row: Cindy Casperson, Claudia Hernande 



Jen- den 



Kim Lewers, Melissa Duncan, Robin Rogers. Lolita Spent 

,„-*„ ZJ........L Tk,-..J D, C*„„,. E>„; J A A.-J 71 J 



Left to Right. First Row: Cindy Casperson. Claudia nernanaez.jen- aen, n.im sewers, meiissa uuncan, noom tcogers, uonta spencer, 
nifer Palmer, Cynthia Stewart, Lisa Mann. Second Row: Terry Hen- Bonnie Hannah. Third Row: Stacy Boland, Amy Anderson, Margaret 
derson Cathy Hernandez, Aim Osterhout,GrayTodman,Tracey Hoi- Rodgers, Patrice Higgins, Lori Frye, Lisa Rozzo, Susie Ramirez. 



PM 139 



Did you get any paint on the rocks girls? 





ZETA TAU ALPHA 



140 ZTA 




Left to Right. Back to front. Terrie Rea, Robin 
Sink, Tish Logan, Tammy Hill, Barbara Ben- 
son, Kim Jones, Teresa Timmons, Kelly Mul- 
lins, Michelle Reeside, Mary Van Horn, Leslie 
Hill, Heidi Lehmkuhn, Trudy McDonald. Dawn 
Miller, Kim Wyont, Kathleen Farley, Tammy 
Riggs, Tracey Glazer, Kathy McCullough, Lici 
Wright, Mimi Burton, Tracy Orendorf, Bonnie 
Eakin, Rita Hege, Elizabeth Daisey, Lynn For- 
talzea, Jean Williamsoyi, Peggy Cann, Janet 



Brown, Lissa Wood, Megan Kauffman. Lee 
Cockerill, Sandra Shaw, Jane Heim, Michelle 
White, Karen Yarbrough, Shannon Moore, Re- 
becca Daisey, Tonya Walters, Kristen Howard, 
Lisa Holleman, Nikki Pompei, Kerry Thornett, 
Kathy Odinski. Stephanie Hrytzay, Stephanie 
Mack, Peggy Draper, Chris Guy, Mary Quinn. 
Not Pictured: Sandy Austin, Kirsten Kezar, 
Tammie Fishe, Marie Delaney, Millie Price. 




Finally my Big Sister! 



Welcome to ZTA! 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



The Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity 
was founded on October 15, 1898 at 
Longwood College, Farmville, 
Virginia. The Chapter was founded 
at High Point College on March 15, 
1957. We will soon be celebrating 
our 30th anniversary on this 
campus. Our colors are turquoise 
blue and steel gray and our flower 
as the white violet. Throughout 
the year we have several parties 
for the retarded children at the 
Kendall Center, representing our 
philanthropy of the Association for 
Retarded Citizens. 

Mimi — "Hey . . . listen." 

Lee — "Why walk when you can 

roll!" 
Elizabeth — "I love you too, 

Danny" 
Lynn — "I want to go home!" 
Jane — "I'm waiting for Barry." 
Rita — "Let's do RITA tonight . . . 

8:00 Be There!!!" 
Leslie — "Britches" 
Lisa — "I promise I'll stay here 

next weekend!" 
Kristin — "Ummmm!" 
Stephanie H. — "When I say ZTA 

... You say ...?" 
Kim J. — "My name is not 

Grandma!" . . . "Not yet 

anyway!" 
Kirsten — "You guys" 
Susanne — "S'up, kids?!" 
Tish — "Let's just get a keg!" 
Stephanie M. — "Well, you gotta 

like that!" 
Trudy — "I'm all over that!" 
Dawn — "Hang out!" 
Shannon — "This is the scoop!" 
K.O. — "Ya know what I'm 

saying???" 
Spacy — "What a Bubba?" 
Nikki — "Peace, Love and Wheat 

Germ" 
Mary Q. — "Hey Tish, Beers and 

Boys — We're there!" 



Riggs — "Don't worry about it the 

maids will clean it up!" 
Sandra — "— Frick 'em" 
Robin — "You're such a wiener!" 
Teresa — "Where's the Beef?" 
Mary VH — "Hey Elwood, do I 

have a roommate tonight?" 
Tonya — "What does Chemistry 

and Anatomy have to do with 

Nursing?" 
Michelle W. — "Give me a break, 

Randy." 
Jean — "Ummm, excuse me!" 
Lissa — "Mare — you might have 

a roommate tonight!" 
Lici — "Let me in Nikki!" 
Karen — "No way" 
Sandy — "— Chill out." 
Barb — "Ya ... Well ... I ..." 
Janet — "I love my Big Sister!" 
Peggy C. — "I'm going to come 

knocking on doors." 
Marte — "Oh, Give me diabetes . . 

Let's get stupid." 
Peggy D. — "Even though I don't 

drink I'm still fun" 
Bonnie — "Hey I got to talk to 

you!" 
K'leen — "I only had one salad 

today!" 
Tracy G. — "I don't eat any meat!" 

Chris 

Tammy H. — "When will I find me 

a real man?" 
Megan — "Where's North 

Carolina?" 
Kathy Mc — "This is serious guys" 
Kelly — "Where is Trudy?" 
Millie — "If Jimmie calls, I'm at 

the library." 
Terrie — "I'm pissed off!" 
Michelle R. — "I must be sick my 

hair is flat." 
Kerry — "Ohhhh, I'm so smashed." 
Heidi — "Hey there!" 
Rebecca — "I make a motion we 

adjourn" 
Kim — "I'll be back in a minute" 



Executive Officers: President, 

Elizabeth Daisey, 1st VP, Barbara 
Benson, 2nd VP, Rita Hege, 
Secretary, Susanne Zuroff, 
Treasurer, Kathy McCullough, 
Historian, Lee Cockerill 




Thetas at their best.' 



ZTA 141 



Selwyn and Carolyn exchange Big Sister- 
Little Sister gifts at Pledge Dance. 




June and Sheila at Fall Retreat. 



Left to Right Bottom Up: Sheila Craig, 
Charlene McDaniel, Sheila Smith, June 
Craft, Shannon Craft, Frankie Chaplin, 
Selwyn Heintz, Carolyn Binkley, Sharon 
Starkey, Libby Johnson, Suzanne Gilles- 
pie, Marja Erickson. 




142 ADT 



Alpha Delta Theta was 
founded in 1954 as a 
continuation of the religious 
education majors club. ADT is 
now a sorority with the motto 
"Sisters in the service of 
God." We are a sisterhood that 
tries to promote Christian 
faith and fellowship. We do 
many different service 
projects throughout the year 
as well as our social activities. 
We have adopted 
grandparents at the area 
resthome, and we help out 
with different campus and 
community events. Some of 
the service projects we have 
done are donations to the 
children's fund, and donations 
to the Rainbow House in 
Winston-Salem. We also do 
fund raisers for UNICEF and 
many other similar charities. 
We also help with mailings for 
admissions and Parents 
Weekend for the Alumni 
Office. Through these projects 
and other activities we have 
grown together and shared 
our Christian fellowship and 
service throughout the 
campus and community. 



June: "Come Here!" 

Sheila C: "I can't help I'm slow." 

Sheila S: "Ya'll, listen to this." 

Selwyn; "Sorry!" 

Suzanne: "Todd is coming!" 

Liz: "That's true." 

Sharon: "Like . . . come on ya'll, I'm 

serious." 

Charlene: "I don't know." 

Libby: "Sid ..." 

Carolyn Binkley: "Quit pickin' on my 

southern accent, y'all!" 

Carolyn Boyles: "I've got to study." 

Jane: "I got to work on my seminar." 

Shannon: "When are we leaving this 

Friday?" 

Frankie: "Looks like" 

Lisa: "Oh! I don't know!" 

Marja: "What should I do?" 



Alpha 
Delta 
Theta 



Front to Top (Left to Right}: Sheila Smith — 
President, June Craft — Vice-President, Char- 
lene McDaniel — Treasurer, Sheila Craig — 
Secretary. 





Sisters playing a game at ADT Fall Retreat. 



Lisa Swing at ADT bowling night. 



ADT 143 



Guardian of the Sphinx 




Delta Sigma 


Phi 


Freddie: Wilma has me by the 


Mr. Goodrench: I didn't mean to 


Bolders in Bedrock. 


drop the car. 


Bob Long: Pritchett for president, 


Frac: I really think it has to do 


turn it loose Jimmy boy. 


with your up bringing. 


Capt. Joystick: I'm going to get 


Fric: How did it taste Snotty? 


some real big . . . 


Woman: I'll pay my dues before 


Mr T: Who cares if I have to do it 


sailors. 


behind corners. 


Daddy: She's gaining a little 


Sprocket: I hope I did the right 


weight, isnt she? 


thing. 


The Wig: Why the business office? 


Brain Cell: Go Cocks 


Romance: Is this really summer 


Zipperhead: Boppin to the Beaver. 


camp? 


Bozo: I am not a slut, I just like to 


Smokin Joe: So this is Greensboro 


fool around. 


College. 


Squanto: Be very, very quiet, its 


Skunk: Where are the bucks? 


Elma season. 


Waldo: which drawer are they in 


Salt: When I shake my butt the 


Walt? 


peach comes calling. 


Snotty: Thanks for the leg Dave. 


Crotchsnake: We're talking quality 


D and H: No way I am going to 


not quantity. 


that dance. 


Smory: The grill closes at 10:30. 


Bone Head: I'm not cocky, I just 


Mr. Sporting goods: We just got 


know whats going on. 


this whole truck full of size 9's. 






Sailor's Ball, Myrtle Beach 



144 DES 





Front Row Tom Abbott, Donnie Osborne, 
Andy Brown 2nd Row — Dave Marotta, 
Walt Hunter, Buzz Mackintosh, Larry 
McCullough, Mark Pearn, Joe Bell, Dave 
Weigel, Tom Rizzo, Rich Mullins 3rd Row — 
Keith Roivand, Mike Siegfried, John 
McColskey, Andy Bonar, Eddie Bamberg, 
George England, Lance Wallace 4th Row — 
Tom Williams, Gregory Upchurch, David 
Groseclose Not Pictured — Tom Greco, Les- 
ter Davis, Joe Medlin, R.C. Hill, Steve 
Maver 

Front Row — Tom Williams (Vice- 
president), David Groseclose (president), 
Joe Bell (treasurer), Back Row — Donnie 
Osborne (Sgt at arms), Greg Upchurch 
(secretary) 





1984 Ultimate Champions 



DES 145 



OFFICERS — 1st Row: Bill Crabill, John 
York, Chip Fleming. 2nd Row: Rich Moiinaro, 
Kevin Newman, Mike Etherton, Matt Kohn. 





Chi — The Hall Cat 



Hail to our leader! 



THETA CHI 



On December 11th of 1954, the 
Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Theta 
Chi was inducted at High Point 
College. We are now celebrating 
our 30th Anniversary here at 
HPC. 

Looking back, we experienced a 
very successful Rush, pledging 8 
men, 6 wonderful new little 
sisters, and retaining our strong 
unity. 

We plan to visit the children at 
the Mills Home Orphanage with 
the Alpha Gamma Deltas and 
having a successful "Bong Show" 
with the proceeds going to Easter 
Seals. 

O.P. — Would you like to take a 
walk and enjoy NATURE? 

M.J.R. — South of the boarder. 

Dickie — You have how many 
kids? 

Pup — Mae I have another? 



Cotten — Hail, the 4th Reich 

1984-85. 
Fuzzy — Gam Gigolo? 
Moving Darkness — Stairway to 

heaven, again? 
Ollie — When all else fails, give 

me a whirley. 
Vans — Umm, I'd just like to 
say . . . 
Shov — Wheres the bathroom 

guys? 
Doob — Well, let me check my 

date schedule. 
Buster Bad — When's the next 

throat culture appointment? 
Brealer — When I get cold, I wrap 

in Theta Chi. 
Willie — Did you get "crushed" 

into Amos? 
Smiles — I finally got my letters 

straight. 
Gator — Funnel + tube = 

happiness. 




146 TCHI 



Little Bro + Big Bro, cheek to cheek. 




FromLeft to Right. 1st Row: Gary Gantz, Jim Anderson, Chris Hearn, Wagner, Gregg Thompson. 3rd Row: Mike Reid, Kevin Newman, Scott 

Rick Shovlin, Harold Nitoivitz, Fred Smiley, Melissa Duncan, Lisa Oliver, Bill Crabill, John York, Mike Etherton, Chip Fleming, Matt 

Mann. 2nd Row: Karen Hernandez, Mary MacCormick, Mary Gagner, Kohn, Rich Molinaro. 
Mimi Mackenzie, Sarah Wenley, Jane Morris, Anne Lopez, Bunny 



TCHI 147 



Gary Campbell displays the newest in designer 
togas. 




) CamUa tCM Alpha""^ 







Left to Right. First Row: Dennis Smith, Basil 
Qubain, Dave Ziviello, Curtis Schneider, hoy 
Sherrill, Steve Chesser, Charlie Hinman, Joe 
Crupi, Tom Andrews. Second Row: George 
Moronese, Chris Shuping, Tony Perry, Jon 
Travis, Dave Murray, Jeff Briggs, Steve Hen- 
ry, Alan Haggai, Robin Miller, Greg Cassello, 
Randy Hechlar, Dave Dunham, Scott MePher- 



son, Kevin Markham, Ba rt Davis, Mike O'Con- 
ner, Phil Krimminger, Gary Campbell, Chris 
Moschella, Keith Hutchins, Andrew Stewart, 
Frank Livingston, Chris Heenan, Bruce Fini- 
gan, Not Pictured: Simon Lappi,Jack Fetner, 
Gary Hewett, Chuck Willard, Barry Witten, 
Rich Cotten, Jim Turner, Ken Zeller, Doug 
Brandon, Danny Hogue, Gary Cooper. 



D 



L-lo ft 



148 LCA 




Left to Right. Allan Haggai — Social 
Chairman; Chris Heenan — Ritualist; Bruce 
Finagin — Education Chairman; Gary Camp- 
bell — Rush Chairman; Frank Livingston — 
Treasurer; Andretv Stewart — Fraternity 
Educator; Loy Sherrill — President; Simon 
Lappi — Secretary; Ken Zeller — Alumni 
Affairs. Not Pictured: Tom Andreivs — Vice- 
President; Gary Cooper — Advisor. 




The partying never stops for Dr. Pritchett, 
Faculty Advisor, and Gary Cooper, Advisor. 




Getting set up for another Brother vs. Associ- 
ate Member chug-a-lug. 



Closeness is what fraternity life is all about. 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



On May 15, 1954, Delta Alpha 
Epsilon was formally installed as 
Iota Phi Zeta of Lambda Chi 
Alpha at HPC. 

Lambda Chi Alpha's heritage is 
based on human vision, need, 
understanding, idealism, and 
love. Above all, it is based on a 
series of honest friendships. 

This year we associated 16 



great men. As the year 
progressed with parties, 
entertaining the children at Mills 
Home Orphanage, the annual 
brother-associate member football 
game, and White Rose Weekend, 
each member has grown closer in 
friendship and the desire to help 
others. 
GOOD LUCK SENIORS!! 



Coop: Isn't one enough? 

Loy: Preciate it Yogi. 

Scott M: Is their mother next? 

Frank: Frank, I love you! 

Gary C: Roll over Stan. 

Hutch: Whats that spot on Chris's 

bed? 
Phil: Don't wack your balls 

around so much. 
Andrew: Woman's . . . UHHAH . . . 

UHHAH . . . 
Gary H: I just want to that 

hair. 
Simon: You were engaged? 
Chuck: OTHA one on one W/"Q". 
Kevin: Hey Do Do, my name is 

Kevin! 
Allan: Wheres the dance? What 

dance? 
Rob: Another Belky boy. 
"Z" Man: Another wild night, t.v 



and beer. 
Chris M: The fall guy always 

bounces back up. 
Bruce: Hey babe, whose x is next? 
Randy: What? Where? Why? 
J.T: Give me some Dave. 
Dave D: Hows Jim? 
Bart: On the rag. 
Chan: Backseat and sidewalk 

man. 
Cheeser: Don't worry he falls 

asleep fast. 
Ziviello: Come on The door is 

locked. 
Ken: Isn't 28 a little old? 
Steve H: How about a trip to 

Burger King? 
Tom: The Reamster. 
Basil: When I get acceptance, 

man am I going to party! 
Travis: I'm busy in here, quit 



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knocking!! 
Cotton: I'll take her! 
Eddie: I can't drive 55!! 
Dennis: Token cheerleader. 
Jack: Get a piece of the rock! 
Chief: Heads were made to be 

used. 
Barry: I'll pay you later. 
George: Moronese vs. Dominoes. 
Chris S: The Puerto Rican 

Connection. 
WeeGee: I like those manetes! 
Casselo: OYE VEY! 
Briggs: I'm so damn typical! 
Doug: They call me the claw! 
Danny H: Give it to me Baby! 



Lady and the Tramp proves successful. 




Bruce, Tom and Tony — Hanging loose. 



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"weekend Chippendales" 




Bottom Row: Barry Martin, Mitch Anderson, Seott Chapot, Tom 
Hahn, Mark Phelps, Chris Kelly, Terry Best, Brad O'Brian, Ted 
Coryell, Dennis Andrews, John Aybur, Mike Lemmo, Jeff Pate, Paul 
Deuschle,JohnHanns,Dowe Tomlinson, Keith Laudeau Second Row: 
Rich Miller, Keinn Connolly, Bob Shenigo, Mark Randell, Gil Logan, 



Fred Burrer, Jim Holfield, Tom Wynne, Kevin West, Jeff Hill, Mike 
Farley, Dave Stouve, Dave Marinoff, Owen Synder Back Row: Greg 
Pribble, Dave Ashe, Barry Peranteau, Brian Hopper, Stewart Thom- 
as, Tom Scott, Mike Roberts, Ken Huff, Jeff Chomysak, Nick Russo, 
Rob Wicnhold, Randy Rover, Jeff Nameth, Mark Hall, Tom Miller 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on 
March 1, 1868 at the University of 
Virginia, Pikes were Charted at 
High Point College in 1953. 

The 62 members and 17 little 
sisters are active throughout the 
High Point College Campus. 

Student Union, SGA, IFC, and 
Campus Publications are just a 
few of the activities the Pikes 
participate in. Pika's were also the 
1983-84 Intramural Champions and 
also won the Campus College Bowl 
Competitions. Pikes also received 
high honors and a Chapter 
Excellence Award from their 
National Fraternity. 

Pi Kappa Alpha is growing 
bigger and stronger everyday and 
will be very influential in years to 
come. 

Chomyszak — That's it, that's 

final, your fined! 
Marinoff — I would have got some, 

but I got sick. 
Hahn the Mahn — Enjoy! 
Chuck — How's the Zodiac Lounge 
Mitch — Weekend Chippendale! 
Dcuschle — Where's my car? 
Fiscella — I don't care, I have a 

girlfriend won't let me. 
Hopper — I can't go to the dance 



with you, my girlfriend won't let 

me. 
Johnson — I'll tell her I love here, 

only if I have to 
Gil — Load me up! 
Mackey — Mimi, that's a handful. 
Barry M — Shake. 
Nick — Wet and Dry, Wet and Dry. 
Owen — Football dynamo. 
Groovey — But Coach Hoffman! 
Guido — I don't want her anymore, 

she's not a challenge. 
Cod Brad — I'll do anything, just 

take me to Maryland. 
Slick Dave — Rack 'em up, Townie! 
Alvin — A Tools a Tool. 
McDonough — I took her home . . . 

she took me to the cleaners. 

Farley — Yeah, Big Bro, she did 

take you to the cleaners. 
Kenny — R.O.T.C. — Running on 

Terry's Commands. 
West — I love each and everyone of 

you in a very special way. 
Ted — Not tonight, Kath . . . my 

back 
New Wave Dave — Lady Flash is a 

Virgin. 
Best-Belk Alien — 305E 
Secret — Oops, forgot, he's not 

anymore. 
Gilligan — Get the phone, Dribble 




T. Wynne — Don't put anything in, 

Beth might see it. 
Todd — I don't do that anymore, 

she changed me 
Beef — I think she likes me, she 

hasn't fallen asleep yet! 
Rover — You don't want none of 

this. 
Jughead — Big Bucks, Big Bucks, 

No wammies. 
Freddie — Fill her up, Happy 

Motoring! 
Aybar — Frank Perdue, "Why did 

shacks legs cross the road?" 
Flames — She was only 13, so I 

gave her number to Jabba. 
Harris — He-man woman Hater's 

Club. 
Phelps — "Nobody knows the 

trouble I've seen." 
Coy — I have to talk to you Steve, 

its important. 
Darren — She was here a minute 

ago! 
Pate — Leave my sister alone. 
Hotz — He's awful cocky . But 

I'll give him a chance. 
Laudeau — Shut up Ray! 
Stakes — Watch out for that bus! 
"Miller Time" — Hey Slurp, play 

"Purple Rain" again, I've only 

heard it six times tonight. 
Headrick — Is there a party at the 

Radisson? 
Crash — Pate, will let me borrow 

your car! 
Higgens — Zeta Sweetheart, 1985 

is . . . 




Second Place "Hippydislc" Team. 



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Sandy, Marsha, Claire, and Mike hamming 
it up for the camera. 



Alpha Phi Omega 



i\]pha Phi Omega is the largest 
National Co-ed Service Fraternity 
which is located on 623 campuses 
across the nation. APO, founded in 
1925 at Lafayette College, is based 
on the principles of the Boy Scouts 
of America. The three principles 
that govern APO are leadership, 
friendship, and service. Leadership 
opportunities arise through 
participation in group interaction, 
and holding chapter offices. These 
opportunities provide lifelong 
impact. Friendships made through 
APO are rewarding, life long, and 
an enriching part of campus life. 
The strong ties that are formed 
can be seen in our Big and Little 
Brother Program. Yet, the most 
unique aspect of the fraternity is 
its service program. 

We kicked off our service 
program with the making of 
student ID's. Other on going 
projects are as follows: helping at 
the Alumn Picnic, distributing the 
HiPo, proving a campus book 



exchange, painting panther paws, 
sponsoring two successful Red 
Cross Bloodmobiles, and campus 
clean up. 

Our services did not stop on 
campus, APO involvement 
extended far and wide: a City Lake 
Carnival, assisting with the YWCA 
adaptive aquatice, working closely 
with urban ministries on a food 
drive and cheese distributions, 
voluntary Day at the Park, 
forming Pet Therapy Sessions at 
Evergreen Resting Home, helping 
to restore the High Point 
Environmental Center, and so 
much more. Our services proved to 
be successful in aiding various 
charities and human service 
agencies especially the Boy Scouts, 
Big Brother/Big Sisters, and the 
High Point Jaycees. 

It was our biggest aim this year, 
and all years to follow, to set an 
example of unselfish giving and to 
continue our "people helping 
people" program to make this 
world a little brighter! 




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Mitch and Tammy having a blast at the National Service Day Project. 




First Roiv (Left to Right): Tyron Worsham, Claire Hall, Tammy Johnson, WyeleenKwan. Second 
Row: Colleen Farrell, Marsha Manos.Luanne White, MarwanShaban, Joe Smith, Warren Wolff, 
Tom Lamb, Kim Boy kin, Scott Heincke. Third Row: Tom Butler, Mike Bridger, Ursula Urbiele- 
wicz, Sandy Brownell, Mitch Simpson, Scott Morgan, Sean Moberly. 



We've got spirit, yes we do! 



First Row: Claire Hall — Vice-President 
Service. Second Row: Sandy Brownell — 
Secretary, Luanne White — President. 
Third Row: Marsha Manos — Vice- 
President Membership, Mike Bridger — 
Treasurer. 




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Epilogue 161 



Things are changing . . . 



The Columned Porch Speaks Sweetly 
Three score and personalities galore make 
up our college's lifetime of recollections. 
"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow 
creeps in its petty pace from day to day" 
but yesterdays are fresh in the minds of 
the old. Changes, the history of 
experience, clip past like a television 
review on the establishing and preserving 
of traditions. 

"When from these halls we must depart, 
Nurtured in each grateful heart 




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Will be the warmth of friendly days 

Enjoyed along the pathways. 

When on our ears thy name shall fall, 

It will be a hearld trumpet's call 

To hail thee college, queen of all, 

Oh well-loved Alma Mater. 

The mind's eye sees the campus green, 

The mind's ear hears a sound serene- 

A cherished hymn from bell tower rings: 

Remembered be thy blessings. 

Throughout our lives in accents clear 

The cords of memory draw us near 

To sing again a song sincere 

In praise of Alma Mater." 

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CAREER 

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HPC Alumni advise students 




Students at High Point found that 
Alumni are a valuable source of , 
information and help on career 
choices at Career Alumni Day. 
People in fields ranging from city 
government to hotel management 
shared their experiences with High 
Pointers. 

Over 200 students came to the 
Campus Center to listen as alumni 
and guests talked about their own 
jobs as well as the other jobs in 
their chosen fields. Twenty-nine 
different career fields were 
represented so that the students 
would have a wide range of 
choices. 

One of the beneficial results of the 
day was the number of personal 
contacts and valuable advice the 
students received. 

College President Charles Lucht, Tom Gray, 
Leonard Kaplan and Joyce Wainer were 
among those participating in the Career Alum- 
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■ Prx>ducinj^a yearbook to please everyone 
~lg»«5jnpossible task. We have tgeoin 

sjjtion of the Zenith to cover all 

jft and academic activities which_ 

portray life at Hrgh'T'oint College. No one" 

k/iows how much work .goes into j^lajining~ 

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