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With thr warmth of your smile, \'our exceptional good 
humor, and the genuine interest you have always shown in any 
problem that your students may bring to you and with the fact 
that you always had time to listen, >'ou have encouraged and 
inspired us to do our best and brought a ray of sunshine and a 
word of encoiuagement when it was needed. We feel that our 
lives will always be better and brighter for having known you. 
For all of this and your dynamic personality we are eternally 
grateful. 

With gratitude and loving hearts, we, the Seniors proudly 
dedicate this the 1960 Quaker, to our friend and teacher. Dr. 
E. Garness Purdoni. 



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ADMINISTRATION 18 



CLASSES 



ACTIVITIES 76 



ATHLETICS 



FEATURES 




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DR. CLYDE A. MILNER 

President of the College 



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Dr. and Mrs. Mihier 




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Members of the Board of Trustees are seated, left to right: Eunice A. 
Parker from High Point, Ruth Newlin Coble from Guilford College, 
Luby R. Casey from Goldshoro, Da\id ]. \\'hitc from Greensboro, 
and Robert H. Frazier from Greensboro, Chairman. Second row: 
L. Elton Warrick from Goldsboro, Horace S. Haworth from High 
Point, B. Clyde Shore from Winston-Salem, Joseph D. Cox from 
High Point, Hugh W. Moore from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
William A. Wolff from Winston-Salem. 




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HARVEY A. LJUNG 

Dean of the CoUcfi,c 




E. DARYL KENT 
Dean of Students 



MILDRED MARLETTE 
Dean of Women 



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EVA GALBREATH 

CAMPBELL 

Biology 



EDWARD E. TERRELL 
Biology 



KATHLEEN M. BARTLETT CHARLES \. OTT 

Geography and Natural Science Chemistry 




J. CURT VICTORIUS 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



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i:. KU1[) IXJCKARD 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



JOSEPH STUART DEVLIN 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



HAROLD M. BAILEY 
Education 



BILL LEE YATES 

Acting Registrar and 
Education 




PHILIP \V. F'JrtNAS 
English 



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CHAUN'CEY B. IVES 
English 



EDNA L. WEIS 
English 



DONALD D. DEACON 
English 



HIRAM H. HILTY 

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MARY B. FEAGINS 
Gcfnian and French 



EUGENE H. 
THOMPSON 

French 



STUART T. MAYNARD 
Physical Education 



HERBERT T. APPENZELLER 
Athletics 



MARY CATHERINE 
UPCHURCH 

Physical Education 
Head Resident Shore Hall 







GWEN REDDECK 
Physical Education and Direc- 
tor of Social and Recreational 
Activities 




S. JOYCE PERRY 
Physical Education 



ALGIE INNMAN NEWLIN EDWARD F. BURROWS 

History and Political Science History 



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OSCAR MAURICE POLHEMUS ALMA MARTIN 

Political Science Home Economics 



E. GARNESS PURDOM 
Phvsics 



EVALEEN BROOKE JONES 
Mathematics 



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CARL C. BAUMBACH 






MAXINE K. LJUNG 
Piano 




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JERRY M. SMVRE CARRULL S l.tU,l.\b 

Music Philosophy 



ERNESTINE COOKSON 
MILNER 
Psychology 



GERALD \V. VANCE 
Psychology 





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FREDERIC R. CROW NFIELD J. FLOYD MOORE 

Religion Religion 



THOMAS J. MOORE ROBERT M. DINKEL 

Business Adminiitralion Sociology 



DAVID B. STAFFORD GORDON \V. LOVEJOY 

Sociology Sociobgy 





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PAUL E. ZOPF, JR. 
Sociology 



ELEANOR BAILEY 
Librarian 




MILDRED f^ARROW 
Lihrai tun 



TRE\'A WILKERSON 
MATHIS 
Librarian 



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GAY H. Sri\EY 
Librarian 



<\\ II) II. PARSONS, JR. 
Business Manager 



DAVID W. MORRAH, JR. HENRY E. CLARY 

Director of Promotion Director of College Union 




N. ERA LASLEY 
Special Alumni Assistant 



CHARLES C. 
HENDRICKS 

Director of Admissiom 




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GENE S. KEY 
Alumni Secretary 






ELIZABETH S. BERGMAN 
Assistant Treasurer 




VELTA FRISBERGS 
Housekeeper 



HASSIE C. JOHNSON 

Head Resident 

Mary Hobbs Hall 





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ANNIE M. McCOY 
College Nurse 



MARGARET E. CROWNFIELD 
Secretary to the President 



ELIZABETH T. 
CRUTCHFIELD 
Secretary to the Busin 
Manager 



ESTHER CUMMINGS 

Secretary to Dean of Students 



DALPHINE WEISNER 
Office Secretary 




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ANN FLEMING DEA- 
CON, Languages; GRA- 
DY E. LOVE, Director of 
Clrccnsl)oro Division of 
Cuilford College; DARK 
SHEALY, Bosketball 

Coach. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS arc. left to right: 
John Merone\', Treasurer; Pat Gamer, Sccrctarij; 
Tom O'Biiant, President; and Wade Mace)-, 
Vice-President. 



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AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES AT 
GUILFORD THIS YEAR ARE: First 
row: Janice Corru'll and [iili Trimble. 
Second row: Barbara Jo Lincberger and 
Kaye Burton. Third row: Lester Parker 
and Margie Haworth. Fourth roiv: 
Charles Chase and Ed Bannigan. Fifth 
row: Groonie Fnlton and Howard Hin- 
sliaw and Tom O'Briant. 




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NANCY ACKLEY 



[IMMY ANDERSON 




BILL BALDWIN 
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BOBBY BARHAM 



BOB BERGER 

BILL BLOOM 

GIXETTE 
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LOUISE BUNKE 
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BOB BYRUM 
JOHN CARAWAY 




TRUDIE GIROUX GARAWAY 



:iIARLES CHASE 



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CHILTON 




PEGGY SUE CHILTON 
NORMA JEAN CLARK 





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BILL COBB 




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JANICE CORNELL 
MARGARET DAVIS 




RODERICK DEAN 
CLAUDE DOYLE 



WALTER ECHOLS 



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MARTIN FALKOFF 




BOB FAULK . 
BARRIE FOSTER 




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ASHLEY GAINEi 

[ANE LANIER 
GALLIMORE 

PAT GARNER 






GINNY HARDIN 



MORTON GOODMAN 
RUSSELL GRAY 



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SARA ROBERTSON 
HELTON 

JOHN HEWLETT 






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HOA\ARD HINSHAW 
BOB HOLLOWAY 




THOMAS HONEYCUTT 




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GWYNNE HUPFER 




JAMES KELU 

FRANCES 
CASIIWELL 
KENNEDY 

DOUGLAS KER 



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BARBARA JO 

IJNEBERGER 

WAYNE McCOLLUM 

WILLIE 
McCORQUODALE 

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OLIVER LARGE 

FERN LAUDENSLAGER 



MARY KIM 



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EARL McNEAL 
ROBERT McNEELY 



WADE MACEY 




MILLS MARCH 
KAREL MARECEK 



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JOHN MERONEY 
JANE MO\VERY 
TOMMY NELMS 







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JIM NEWLIN 
TOM O'BRIANT 





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WILLIAM SMITH 
JAMES STAIXBACK 




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PHILLIP STALLLN'GI 
BILL TIPPETT 
JAMES TOOMES 



JULI TRIMBLE 
HAROLD VADEN 



JERRI WALDREP 
CHARLES WARD 



JAMES WATTERSON 



BOB WINSOR 




CLEVIE WOOD 
LESTER ZIMMERMAN 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS are, left to right: 
Betty Lou McFarland, Secretary; Anne Taylor, 
Vice-President; Miriam Alniaguer, President; 
Arlene Sheffield, Treasurer. 



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First row: Margaret Hawortli and Tom 
Copeland. Second row: Rasma Frisbergs 
and Maurice Raiford, Chief. Third row: 
Anne Taylor and Ira Ross. Fourth row: 
Jane Carroll and Richard Paul. 



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MIRIAM ALMAGUER 

BRUCE AMNIONS 

FAYE ATKINS 



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ALAN ATAVELL 
ANNETTE BAILEY 
BRODIE BAKER 



A. T. BARBEE 
ANN BARNES 
ERMA LEE BAUM 



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LARRY BILEK 
EDWARD BISSETTE 
HELEN BRO^^•N 



THOMAS BRYANT 
PATTY BURGESS 
THOMAS BUTT 



LIB CAMPBELL 
JANE CARROLL 
DAVID CAUSEY 






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JIM CHAMBERS 
CHARLES CLARK 
WILLIAM CLOUD 



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CATHY COBLE 
DOUGLAS CONNOR 
LYNN CORBITT 



CHARLES DAVIS 
CHRISTINE DEANS 
WILLIAM DRIVER 



MARY ELDER 
JIM ELKS 
THOMAS FOLWELL 




NESTUES GURLEY 
RAY HARDIN 

HAROLD HASKIXS 



MARGARET HAWORTH 
STEVE HELTON 
HAROLD HOLMES 



FRED HOMER 

HAROLD HUNTER 
JAGK HUNTER 



HAROLD JAMES 
NEIL lONES 
ANISE JOYCE 



RAY JOYNER 
JAMES KEATON 
JAMES KEY 





JAMES KIRKMAN 
ANGELA KOPLEY 
CHARLES LESTER 



CHARLES LITTLE 
JAMES LONG 
MAI LIIS LUIDE 



JOHN McCURRY 
BETTY LOU McFARLAND 
RICHARD McNEELY 



JIM MANN 
RICHARD MARKS 
RUTH ANN MERTZ 



«< ANNETTE MORAND 

DONALD MOSER 
DICK NAPOLIELLO 




JOYCE NEAL 

CAROLYN M.MITZ 
RIP NORMAN 



LILLIAN O'BUIANT 
RICHARD PAUL 
BILL PRENTICE 



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MAURICE RAIFORD 
DOUG REDMOND 
RONALD RUMSEY 




ARLENE SHEFFIELD 
BRUCE STE\\'ART 
lANICE STUCKEY 



ANNE TAYLOR 

HILDA \\'ARFFORD 
LYNDAL WARREN 



WILMA LOU ^^■ASHBURN 
KENNY WATSON 
GEORGE WHITE 



JACKIE WILLIAMS 
JUDY \\'OLFF 




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KENNETH ALBRIGHT 

JANE ALLEN 

PETER BAIN 

BOB BALLARD 

FRED BARRINGER 

WILLIAM J. BREWER 

JAMES BRO\\'N 

WALTER BROWN 

JACK CAGLE 

JESSE COPELAND 

JAMES W. CORDERMAN 

SAM CUTLER 

JAMES MANLY DODSON 

SUE DRAKE 

MILES FROST 

SUSAN GILLESPIE 

CONNIE GORSUCH 

KENNETH HALL 

THOMAS HARTSELL 

DANNY HENDRICKS 

WAYNE HENLEY 

ROBIN HERITAGE 

ELLIOT IRVINE 

HAL JENKINS 

CHRIS JOHNSTON 

GEORGE JONES 



KAARLE KOIVULA 

JAMES LANCASTER 

HAROLD LONG 

BOB McKEE 

JAMIE MATHEWS 

TOM NEAL 

MACK ALLEN PAUL 

FRANK PFAU 

IRA ROSS 

FRANCES RYPINS 

FRANK SMITH 

HENRY SNOW 

ARTHUR STOKES 

CHARLES WAYNE STOUT 

BART STREB 

JAMES STUTTS 

RICHARD SWINDELL 

WILLIAM TAYLOR 

LEE WHITE 

JAMES WHITELEY 

FRANCES WOOTEN 

LARRY YOUNTS 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS are, Lc\t to 
right: Tommy Bowers, Vice-President; Jimmy 
Childress, Treasurer: Lynne Hundley, Secretary; 
]imm\ Boles, President. 




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CHARLES ABERNATHY 
MILTON ALDERFER 
JUDY ALLEN 
MARCUS ALLRED 



ADRENE ANDREWS 
FRANK BAILEY 
ROBERT BAIN 
CHARLES BAKER 



GAIL BALLWEG 
ANN BARVVICK 
PAT BAUGHAM 
MARTHA BEAN 



DON BLACKWELL 
JIM BOLES 
DOTTIE BOLLENBACH 
TOMMY BOVVERS 



RUSTY BROWN 
STANLEY BUCK 
ABBIE BURKE 
JON BURWELL 




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GEORGIA CHILDRESS 
JIMMY CHILDRESS 
JANE COLTRANE 
BRIGGS COOK 





FRANCES COOK 
GR.\FFLIX COOK 
EVELYN COPELAND 
JAMES COX 




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EDDIE DAVIS 
NANCY DAWSON 
MICHAEL DOTTEN 
DAVID EDGERTON 




FORBES ELLIOT 
PHILLIP FULTON 
LUCIA GARCIA 
EDWARD GILES 



LINDA GOBLE 
CHARLES GOODE 
ALAN GORDON 
lANICE GREENE 





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MARY GREENWOOD 

GLENN HACKEY 

JOANN HANKS 

WILLLIAM HARRIS 








BROOKS HA\\'ORTH 
KENNETH I'EDRICK 
ELLEN h'OlR 
LYNNE HUNDLEY 



DANIEL JEWINGS 
CHARLES JOHNSON 
LLNDA JONES 
TOMMY KEMP 



CHARLES KING 
INGRID KOLLS 
BILL LASLEY 
LINDA LAWSON 



KEN LAYTON 
DON LINEBERRY 
ETHEL ANNE LITTLE 
KAREN LJUNG 



FRED LOMAX 
ROBERT LOVELL 
JOHN LOWE 
LAWRENCE McCOLLUM 



DETTS McCULLEN 
BILL McCURRY 
HUBERT McMILLIAN 
MERLE MALLARD 



LINDA MARSH 
RONNIE MATTHEWS 
DANNY MOORE 
MARION MORGAN 







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TODY MYERS 
CHRIS NAYXOR 
CARL NEASE 
BARRY O'HARA 




GEORGE PARISH 
CONRAD PARKER 
RONALD PARKER 
KERMIT PAYNE 



ANN PETREE 

SARA LOU PHILLIPS 
CARSON POWERS 
CHARLES PRATT 






THEODORE REID 
WILLIAM RHOADS 
NL\RGARET ROBINSON 
jOAN SEELEY 



RAY SHARPE 
ANN SHELTON 
ERASER SMITH 
MIRIAM SMITH 



ROBERT SNIPES 
|UDY STANCIL 
LEE STODDARD 
LARRY TAYLOR 





RICHARD TAYLOR 
DWIGIIT THOMAS 
LELAND THOMPSON 
JUDY TINDALL 



MICHAEL TOHN 
PHIL TREMAIN 
PINKNEY TUCKER 
FRED VAN DOLSEN 



SUSAN VARNER 
PRESTON WADDINGTON 
WAYNE WAGONER 
MICKEY WATSON 



EVELYN WESTPHAL 
MARY WHEELER 
KENNY WHITE 
TOM WHITELEY 



JOE WILLIAMSON 
BETSY WTNESETT 



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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS are, left to 
right: Judy Day, Treasurer; George Benjamin, 
Vice-President: Fete Riekards, President; Brenda 
Ferguson. Seeretary. 



BRENDA ALEXANDER 
JANE ANSELL 
DICK AYERS 
JOHN BAILEY 



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PETER BARACK 
PHYLLIS BECKER 
DON BELL 



JOE BENSON 

GEORGIANA BOLLARD 
NONA BOOSE 
WILLIAM BOREN 



GLORIA BRANTHAM 
HOWARD BRAXTON 
CHARLES BRIZENDINE 
ADELE BROWN 



WALTER BROWN 
PAT BRYANT 
EARL BURTON 

FRANKLIN CARLTON 



DIXON CASIIWELL 
ARTHUR CAUDILL 

MARY ANN CHAPPELL 
KATHERINE 
CLARENDON 



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BEX COBLE 
JOHN CONARROE 
BOYCE CROTHERS 
FRANCES DANLEY 



ELIZABETH DARNELL 
JUDY DAY 

ROBERT DECKERT 
GARY DENT 



\L\RGARET DEW 
MEL DOWNING 

MARCIA EDMONSTON 
RONALD EDWARDS 



TEMPLE FAY 

BRENDA FERGUSON 
PRUDENCE FINGADO 
BILLY FLIPPIN 



ALBERT FLOWERS 
SUZANNE P'ORREST 
ANITA FORT 

SANDRA FOSTER 



PATTY GIBBS 

RICHARD GOLBY 

DICK GRANT 

BOB HALL 



JUDITH HAMILTON 
ROBERT HAMLIN 
JACKSON IIARRELL 
MICKEY HERRIN 



JERRY HILL 
DAVID HOLT 
JIM HUDSON 

JOHN HUFFMAN 



CAROL HUNTER 
DAVID JENSON 
CAROLINE JESSUP 
GEORGE JOBE 



DANIEL JONES 
JOEL JONES 
JUDITH JONES 
SHIRLEY JONES 



PETE JONES 
SUSAN KENOYER 
TED KEFFER 

EDWARD KELLY 



CHIN KIM 

PAT KIRSCHNER 
SUE KOHN 

BETTY KOSTER 




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LINDA KRAUSS 
EVE LAIDO 

MARIANNE LANCASTER 
ALLEN LAXTON 



EDWARD LEONARD 
LEONARD LEWIS 
BOB LITTLE 
ROGER LJUNG 



PETE LOEFFLER 
BETH LOOMIS 
DORIS LOUNSBURY 
GAROL MacKENZIE 



JEAN McBANE 
MARGARET McLAREN 
EDGAR MALLARD 
MINOR MASON 



MARGIA MILNER 
JOHN MOBLEY 
VERNAL MURPHY 
EDDIE MURRELLE 



GAYLE NEAVE 
JUDY NELSON 
SARAH ORR 
KATHY PARRY 



ROBERT PATTERSON 
HELEN PAYNE 
PAT PELL 
LEE POLLOCK 



ELIZABETH PYRTLE 
KAY REECE 
PETE RICKARDS 
MARSHALL ROSEN 



JOHN SALTER 
JAN SCHWARTZ 

MARGARET SEYMOUR 
LINDA SHEPPARD 



GEORGETTE SHIHADI 
STEVEN SILBERT 
STARR SISK 
JERRY SMITH 



KAY SMITH 
PENNY SMITH 
WILLIAM SNELL 
STEEN SPOVE 



GLORIA STADLER 
PAT STONE 
JAY STOTT 

BARBARA STROUD 




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NANCY KATE TAYLOR 
MARTHA JO TERRELL 
JUDY THOMPSON 
HARVEY TOHN 



CAROLLE TRIPLETTE 
PAUL VICINANZA 
IVIE WASHBURN 
STERLING WEBSTER 



JUDY \\'ELLS 
DAVID WHITE 
PATSY WHITE 
EDDIE WILLIAMS 



JUNE WILLIAMS 
JOEL WOLINSKY 
BRENDA YOW 
DAVID ZENDELL 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 

KAZUO AIDA 
PAUL FENTZKE 
KYUNG KIM 
PEGGY MURRELLE 

EISAKU ShIMAYA 



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WILLIAM APPLE 

WILMA RUTH BARKER 

GEORGE BARROW 

HORACE BLAIR 

ROBERT CAIN 

SAMUEL GOE 

BARRY DAMERON 

lERRV DAVIS 

RAY DURHAM 

ARNOLD ENGLISH 

WILLIE EVERSOLE 

lAMES FOGLEMAN 

NORMA KAY HAMRICK 

WALLACE HARRIS 

BOBBY HODGES 

ROBIN HOLLAND 

BILL HONEYCUTT 

ROBERT lACKSON 

V\'ALTER THOMAS JOHNSON 

R-KLPH McGLELLAN 

ISABEL MANNING 

MILDRED MARSHALL 

G. T. MATKINS 

GLENN MOON 



LINDA NEWLIN 

RONNIE OTWELL 

RONALD PARKS 

EDDIE PELL 

CAREY REECE 

EDWIN RICE 

PRISCILLA RICHMAN 

DONALD ROBERTSON 

TONY SHAFFER 

WALLACE SHELTON 

FRANKIE SIMPSON 

DORA SMITH 

ANN DEAN STRATTON 

BILL THRO\\'ER 

LU VU 

LAWRENCE W ACHTER 

]\\[ WARREN 

lOHN WASSON 

BETTY \VEAVER 

PERCY WELCH 

PETE WHITTIER 

WALTER WIGGINS 

FRANK W ILDER 

CHARLES N. \\TLLIAMSON 



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JUDY WINSLOW 



BILLIE ADAMS 

JERRY ALLEN 

JOSEPH ANDERSON 

RICHARD ARCHER 

MICHAEL ARONSON 

GEORGE ASHLEY 

FRANK ATKINSON 

SUE ELLEN BARKER 

THOMAS BARNES 

yOHN BARR 

george benjamin 

joseph benson 

robert boonin 

william brown 

larry burton 

raymond chandler 

james chanko 

john colgate 

William curran 

gurney davis 

jack dobbins 

wayne doby 

james elder 

philip ellis 

lita fiddler 

sammy fulk 

wade gregory 

joseph griffin 

james hannah 

beverly haworth 

rod henley 

james johnson 

james joyce 
harold kanner 

john key'es 
walter lamb 



ROBERT LITTLE 

CHARLES LOWRY 

DOUGLAS McCORKINDALE 

GARY McGEE 

JOSEPH MARTIN 

GAYE MASON 

LEONARD MATTHEWS 

KENNETH MILLER 

DOYLE MOORE 

ROBERT O'DANIEL 

ERNEST PASCHAL 

JAMES PENDRY 

MAURICE POOLE 

LUCY PRATT 

JOHN RANTZ 

HARRY REDFEARN 

NORMAN RIDER 

CHARLES ROBERT 

ROBERT ROCK 

ROBERT SALE 

PLEAS SAWYER 

LAWRENCE SCOTT 

GEORGE SATTLEMYRE 

RICHARD SHAW 

JOHN SHERRILL 

MARTIN SMITH 

MARILEE SMITH 

\\'ALTER STE\\'ART 

ERVIN TAYLOR 

KENNETH TUTTEROW 

THOMAS WALTERS 

GLENDA WATSON 

DAVID WELLS 

JAMES WILLIAMS 

PHILLIP WRAY 



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Now remember bow we practiced it. 



Dun't aik me what I liad to drink last night. 




Yes, there is a Santa Clans snnnv. 



All dressed-up with no place to go. 



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Cume on lef, gi\e us a break!!!! 




Qu'est-ce que c'est^ 



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In keeping with tradition tlie 1960 Quaker rolls off the press 
and finds its way to the Guilford College campus in late 
spring. Many many hours of preparation and hard work have 
gone into making this a record of events of 1959-60. In spite 
of the niunerous headaches, worries, and unexpected difficul- 
ties, pictures were made, layouts completed, and copy typed 
for the final time. The hope of the staff is simply that this 
record of events is so recorded that it will prove to be 
adequate and pleasurable in years to come. 



GAYE BURTON 
Editor-in-chief 



JERRI WALDREP 

Associate Editor 



DWIGHT THOMAS 

Photographer 



DOUG KERR 

Business Manaser 





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Pictured above are the section editors; seated: Sue Drake, 
Activites Editor, Judy Stancil, Class Editor. Standing: 
are Kaye Burton, Feature Editor, and Lyndal Warren, 
Administration Editor. 



Members of the Quaker sports staff are Groome 
Fulton, Ed Bannigan, Athletics Editor, and 
Lynne Hundley. 



Looking over final layouts are Judy Allen, snapshot editor, 
Fraser Smith, typist, Phyllis Becker, typist, Glenda Watson, 
ciitlinc writer, and Ann Slulton, typist. Not pictured is Carol 
MacKensie, statistician. 




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GuJj^lfidLm 



CAROLYN NIMITZ 

Editor-in-Chief 



The Guilfordian, published by the students of the South's only 
Quaker College, is a bi-monthly publication; students at Guilford 
are kept up-to-date on all the social activities, news, and sports. 
Editor Carolyn Niniitz and her staff are to be congratulated on 
the fine job the\' did in keeping the students posted on current 
e\'ents"and highlights. 




Feature Editor, Elizabeth Campbell, Advertising Man- 
ngpc, Dann\' Moore, Art Editor, Helen Brown, and News 
Editor, Anise Joyce. 



MARGARET HA\\'ORTH 

Manasins Editor 




ARLENE SHEFFIELD 

Business Mcinaaer 




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MEMBERS OF THE TECHNICAL 
STAFF are, first row: left to ri^ht. Patt>- 
Gibbs, Circulation 'Manager, Betsy 
Winesett, Exchange Manager. Second 
row: Circulation Staff and tijpists are 
Brenda Ferguson, Jud\' Wells, Pat Kir- 
schner. Penny Smith, Cle\'ie Wood, 
Judy Hamilton, Sue Forrest, Linda Sliep- 
pard, Margaret McLaren. Third row: 
Bill Rhodes, Gloria Stadler. 





THE SPORTS STAFF: seated is Glenda 
\\'atson. Standing: Judi Nelson, Groome 
Fulton, and Phillip Fulton. 



Seated is Sara Lou Phillips, reporter. 
Standing are Betty Koster, Gary Dent, 
Robin Holland, reporters, John Ihiffman 
and Don Bell, cartoonists. 




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Till' Tad is Guilford College's literal)' magazine. 
All artieles aiu written b\' students and iaeulty; 
these articles are e\'aluated b)' the staff, and the 
best selections are chosen to appear in print. 
Staff members ure.seated. B. J. Banning, Jamie 
.Matthews. Tod>' M\ers, Andrea Rogin, Mary 
Wheeler. StamUiiii are Dr. Ives, Advisor, Bill 
Bloom, Editor, and Minor Mason. 





Hofw^ "^oud 



The Honor Board strives to maintain a sys- 
tem of honor among the students in their 
academic work. Meniljers are elected from 
the lunior and Senior Classes to serve on 
the board. Pictured here are, seated, Mr. 
.\ppenzeller and Mr. Devlin, Advisors. 
Stciiidiitp.. Jerri Waldrep, Miriam Almaguer, 
Bttt\- Lou McFarland. Tliird row: Tom 
O'Briant, Cliairman, Charles Chase, A. T. 
Barbee. 



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StidM Af^^^ "^oud 

The Student Affairs Board is a composite of one representati\'e member from 
each student organization on campus. The S.A.B. holds monthly meetings in 
which business relative to the budget, points and election committees is dis- 
cussed. One of the main projects of the S.A.B. is the Campus Chest Drive under 
the direction of Dr. Ciu't Victorius; the fund-raising campaign was highly 
successful for 1959 by reaching more than its quota. Our appreciation is e.x- 
pressed to Charles Chase, President of the Student Affairs Board, and the other 
members for a successfid year. Seated are Lester Parker, Vice-Chairman, Caro- 
line Primm, Assistant Secretary. Barbara Lineberger, Secretary, and Charles 
Chase, Chairman. Second 7-ow: Miss Marlette, Adviuor, Anne Taylor, Miriam 
Almaguer, Carolyn Nimitz, Gaye Burton, Betty Lou Chilton, Kaye Burton. 
Third row: Mr. Yates, Advisor, Janice Cornell, Jimmy Boles, Tom O'Briant, 
Groome Fulton, Bill Bloom, Chris Suiter. Not pictured are Pete Rickards, Judy 
Stancil, and Advisors Dr. Purdom and Dr. Victorius. 




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Lpnding the President a hand are Joyce 
Xeal, Treasurer, Evelyn Copeland, Sec- 
retary. Marjorie Haworth, Vice Presi- 
dent, and Miss Nhulette, Advisor. 



JANICE CORNELL 
President 



Thr Women's Student Gw'ernnient is the cliief administrator of 
affairs concerning all women students. The \\'.S.G. Council is 
composed of a president, \'ice-president, secretary, and treasurer 
in addition to foin- class representatives from each dorm, a day 
student representative, and the house president from each of the 
dorms. The coimcil meets weekly to enforce the rules and 
rt-gulations stated in the constitution and to make suggestions 
for financing their program. Two of the ^\'.S.G. projects this 
\ear were "Tlic Line-up" talent show and the Christmas party 
for underprivileged cliildren. 




Momn'i StuukffJt Goomurtmi 



■tited lire I-'vclyn Cnpcland, Joyce Ncal, Marjorie Haworth, Janice 
orncll, Miss Marlettc. Second wic: Linda Jones, Maggie Seymour, 
it Garner. Carol Smith, Ginette Bourdareau, Joan Seeley, Judy 



Stancil. Sne Drake. Third row: Juli Trimble, Lyndal Warren, Kay 
Heeee, Anise Joyce, Lynne Hundley, Linda Krauss, Betty Lou Chilton, 
Sara Jane Robertson. 




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M.i,il,i-i-b of the M.S.G. 
e.iuuiiic Fulton. Frank 1 
Waters Gary McGee, Cli; 



sccilt'il. left to 



rleb Stout, Harold Hunter, To 



nifht, Fd Buiniuu 
Stiiiulin^: I oniniv 






Br diL Biktr B irrii FostL 
LouK, and Claude Doyle. 



Mm'i Studmt Goummjui 




The Men's Student Government liandles all disciplinary procedures of 
the men students on campus. The M.S.G. Council consists of a president, 
vice-president, secretary-treasurer, assistant secretary-treasurer, repre- 
sentatives from each section in Cox and each floor in English and Arch- 
dale. The main event sponsored annually by the M.S.G. is the Men's 
May Day program, which is presented bright and earl\^ the first Saturdav 
in May. 



GROOME FULTO.N 
President 



Rela.xing after a M.S.G. meeting are 
Tommy Kemp, Assistant Secrefartj- 
Treasiirer, Frank Bailey, Secretary- 
Treasurer, and Ed Bannigan, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 




First run: Kermit Robinson, Jo Cook, Norma Hamrick, Adnni' Anilrews, Annette Bailev, Dora Smith, Betty Kos- 
ter, Robin HeritaRe. Judy Wolff, Charles Stout, Mr. Baumbaeh. Second row: Alan Atwell, Marilee Smith, Judy 
W iiislow. Joyce Neal, Karen Ljung, Jane Ansell, Prudence FinRado, Nona Boose, Margie Haworth, Merle Mal- 
lard, Ingrid Kolls, Miriam Almaguer, Ken White. Third row: Bob Winsor, Judy Jones, Lucia Garcia, Arlene 
Sheffield, Cathy Coble, Robert Hamlin, Don McGee, Eddie Da\is, Evelyn Copeland, Lita Fiddler, Peggy Mc- 
Guire, Nancy Dawson, Ann Shelton, Charles Davis. Fourth row: John Hewlett, Jane Coltrane, Bctl>' Lou McFar- 
land, Beverly Haworth, Peggy Sue Chilton, Charles Snow, John Huffman, Mr. Smyre, Jay Conarroe, Martha 
Bean, Margaret Robinson, Ann Barnes, Hilda Warfford, Charles Chase. 




Tlie Guilford College A Cappella Choir is perhaps 
oiH' of the most active and renowned organizations 
on campus, .\nnual spring tours are made by the 
choir. The choir tia\eled among the northeastern 
states during the hohdays tlris spring and presented 
a program of sacred choral music. A number of con- 
certs were given locally and within the state during 
till' year. The choir is under the capable leadership 
of Mr. Carl C. Bamnbach and Mr. Jerry M. Smyre. 



OFFICERS OF THE CHOIR are, seated, 
Margie Hawortli, sccretarij. Bob Winsor, busi- 
ness manager. Standing are Charles Chase, 
president, and Howard Hinshaw, vice-president. 



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MR. CARL C. BAUMBACH AND MR. JERRY SMYRE 
Directors of the Guilford College A Cappclla Choir 




The Rovernins organization is a choir cninmittoc cloctiMl In die 

are, /ir.vf row, Joyce Neal, Adrene A.i,I..n^^ \ lu I'.nl. n, M,,i 

row: Charles Chase, Bettv Lou McF.iiIi.mI, M.i.il, . Sniiil, Mm , 
White. Third row: Mr. Carl C. Baiin.li.ali, Dol. W msui ( l.,,rlr 
Mr. Ji-rrv M, Snivre, and Charles Davis. 



liiTv rnnimittir niembers this year 
ll, Mc ,]. M,, 11 ,1.1 In Cook. Second 
I ( lull, - W .niM' Stout, Kennedy 
ii'j.ii<t iHil.iii.Mfi, KiTinit Robinson, 








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Stui-U-nt Cliristi.ui AssoLiatioii present for the picture 
Biirroxis. Adihnr. B.irhuru lo LineberRer, Prenidcnt, 
Maurice I^aiford. Standing are Miles Frost, Gaye 



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Burtiiii. Pete Wliittier, Lxndal Warre 
The S.C.A. is the co-ordinator of all 
Guilford Gollege campus. 



, and Dr. Feagins, Advisor. 
eligious organizations on the 



Members of the Voun^ Friends uroup are, sctitcd. Sara Lou Phillips, 
lininu Cliildress, Charles Stout. Martha Jo Terrell, Evelvn Copeland, 
Plul Fulton. Second rou: Be\crl\' H.ivvortli, \'icki Hawxorth, Margie 
H.uMirtli, Maxine Brantham, C;a\le N'eave, Ann Barwiek. Adrene 
Andrews. Prudenir Firej.ido. B. I. B.Mining, Jane Ansell, Judv 
Wiiislnvv, Milli.. M.irvliill llnni n.n. K..v Heeee. lohn Huffman, Pat 



(fooft^ Jumdi 



Garner, Pat Stone, Betts Darnell, Susan Forrest, Kathy Parry, Karen 
l.unig. Judy Jones, Betty Lou Chilton, Peggy Sue Chilton, David 
Fdjierton. Fourth row: Ken Hedrick, Groome FuTlon, Mr. Moore, 
Deets MeCullen, Arlenc Sheffield, Jane Coltrane. Margaret Haworth, 
Starr Sisk. June Williams. Fr.mces Da^lle^ . Cleorgia Childress. Glenn 





The \\ r'.li> Fnundatimi is composed of the Methodist students on Mowery, June W'ilhams, Louise Bunker, Abbie Burke, Tody Myers, 

campus. Seated are Jim Hannah, Joann Hanks, Pete VV'hittier, Sandra Margaret McLaren. 

Knight, Jimmy Boles. Standing, Kaye Burton, Gaye Burton, Jane 



Me4le^ JomdaUoft 



"J^dftut SUuleni CUioft 



Members of the Baptist Student LTnion are, seated, Danny Moore, 
Bobbie Jo Lineberger, Ann Shelton. Standing, first row: Brenda 
Ferguson, r.ar>' Dent. Maggie Seymour. Ann McCoy, Sue Barker. 



Minor Mason, Erma Lee Baum, Pat Bryan. Second row: Charlie 
Baker, Jim Kirkman. 





I'lvsl.Meri.iii ■.tudi-iits who M\- im-mhers (if tlir W . ^tininsl,! I".-llo\\- 
ship are. icatcd. Ellen Hc.rr, l.\r]rie Hundlex , l.xii.lal Warren, Merle 
Mallard. Second row: Fraser Smith. Mar\' Elder, Judy Stancil. Judy 



Wells. IniK All. n 11, nd nni: Melbourne Downing, Lee Stoddard, 
C:leMe Wood. Boh .\hitthews. Mary Greenwood, Ingrid Kolls, and 
Dr. W'oineldorf, advisor. 



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Episeopaliarr students eoniposing the Canterburx' Club are. seated, roic: Jim W'hitlcv, Crafflin Cook, Chris Navlor, Forbes Elliott, Jay 

Bill Rhodes. Iud\ Tvindall, Mrles Frost. Second rinc: [anile Matthews. Conarroe. 

Plnllis Beeker, Georgiana Bollard, Anita Fort, Bettv- Koster. Third 





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Members of tlie IRC. 
Lib P\Ttlc, Maxine Br: 
niond. Long Vii, Kim K 
George Passes, Robin 
Almasiier, President 
Kazuo Aida, Cieor^ett 
Forrest, Pat Bryant, 1 



ire, first r,m-. ]ui}\ Wells, Prudence Fingado, 
ntliam, Iud\ Day, Judi Nelson, Doug Red- 
■ungo. Sccnnd row: Paul Vieinanza, Bob Hall, 
Holland, Lucy Garcia, Mary Kim, Miriam 
Dr. Burrfn\s, Advisor^ Giap Vu. Third row: 
Sliiliadi, Pat Gibbs, Linda Slieppard, Sue 
? Laido, Jane Ansell, Carol Hunter, Betty 



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Koster, Jane Mo«ri\, Louise Bunker. B J. Banning, Steen Hoist, 
Chin Kim. Fourth nni Margaret Se>mour, Penny Sniitli, Frances 
Danley, Carolyn Nnnit/, Mardee Smith, Charles Baker, Bill Cloud, 
Mai Liis Luide, June Williams, Bob Matthews, Larry Bilek, Karel 
Marecek. The International Relations Club strives to promote a better 
understanding of different countries among its members. 



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The Fine Arts Club may be joined by any student interested in the 
fine arts. This year tlir members are, seated, Lita Fiddler. Pepgv Sue 
Chilton, Robin Heritiiue, Jutl>- \\'in,s]ow, Bettv Lou Chilton. r,rs'i,}rnL 



and Jo Cook. Standing are Merle Mallard, Ann Barnes, Charles Snow, 
Bob Winsor, Eddie Davis. Marilee Smith, Frances Cook. 




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Members of the Future TeatlierN <if America are, first roif, seated: 
Annette Morand, Doris Lounsl)ur\-, Jane Mowery, Phyllis Becker, 
Pattv Burgess, Jo Cook, Frances Wooten. Second row: Ramona 
BarroH-, Arlene Sheffield, Ntr. Bailey, Betty Lou Chilton, Jerri 
W'aldrep, Bett\- Lou McFarland. Third row: Mrs. Bailey, Ginny 
Hardin, Priscilla Richman, Dora Smith, Betsy Winesett, Merle 
Mallard, Noniia Hamrick, Fern Laudenslager, Ann Barwick, Ruth 
Ann Mertz. Fourth row: Ann Shelton, Maggie Seymour, Elizabeth 



History Club members are,, sciited. Mar\' Elder. John Hewlett, Ed 
Bannigan, Fern Laudenslager, Da\id Rite. Morton Goodman, Nancv 
Acklev. Second row: Dr. Polhemus, Bob Mattliews, Kaarle Koivuki, 
Dick Wil.v . Harvey Tohn. Da\ id Zendell, Cliarlcs Little, Richard 



Campbell, Margaret Davis. Louise Stallings, Ingrid Kolls, Sarah 
.\tkinson, Caroline Primm, Marion Morgan, Abbie Burke, Joyce Neal, 
Jud>' Stancil, Ethel .\nn Little. Fi/(/i roir.- Gaye Burton, Mary 
Greenwood, Kaye Burton, Robin Holland, Pat Isaacs, Linda Goble, 
Sara Lou Phillips, Janice Cornell, Barbara Stroud, Bobbie Jo Line- 
bcrger. J.uie Gallimore, Tod\' M\ers, Pat Garner, Sara Jane Robertson, 
Picas Sawsx-r. 



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Marks, Jim Whitley, Claude Do>le, Dr. Burrows. Third row: Joe 
Williamson, Brooks Haworth, Roger Ljung, Leland Thompson, Earl 
McXeal, Mills March, Stan Williams, Bob Patterson. 



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Spanisli Cliil) m.-nilx-rs are. seated, left to rifiht. Bcts\ W in. srti, str 1, Mirian Almaci.cr. Third row: Ann Shelton, Charles Baker, 

Brooks Hawortli, Ingrid Kolls, Second row: Sue Kolin. Lueia CJareia, Glenn Moon, Bob Boonin. Bill CIoiul, Ken Hedrick, Dick Cashwell, 

Pat Kirschner, Betsy Darnell, Vicki Hawortli, Pat Stone, Barbara Rusty Brown. 



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Seated are Fred Horn 
row: Mr, K^■^ , B.,rr]r 1 


er. Mart^ Falkoff, A. T. Barbee. Stam 
Mister, Rip .\,irnian. John Meronev. Di. 


Una. first Third i 
ck Wiley, Moore, 


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Tonnn> Kemp. 


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Croome Fulton, Tim Newlir 
nniKan, Jimmy Boles, 


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The S.A.M. is an organization for all economic majors. Seated on thi 
first row, Ra\inoncl Fuquay, Jack Casle, Mr. Deh'in, Mr. Lock;iril 
Senator Kirkman, >^p(.'aker for tlie evenint;, Mr. Parsons. Second lou 
Walter Echols. Tom O'Briant. Bob Mc\eely. Tom PhilHps, W'ayn. 



Oakcs, Robert Oakes. Third row: : 
\'atien, Wavne, McCollum, Charle.' 
rnu: Fred Tavlor, Carl Barklev, 
Kurimt Robinson, Tom HniK-\cutt. 



5ill Rierson, Neil Benson, Harold 
Wolff, Charles Thrower. Fourth 
Oliver Large, Charles Andrew, 
Sam Lithgo, Ronald Hegs. 



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Seated on the first row are Dr. \'ictorius. Bill Smith, Croome Fulton. 
Lester Parker. Barrie Foster. Second row: James Toomes, Bob Byrum. 
John Carauay, Jim Ponder, Riley Clapp, Charles Marion. Third row: 
Lester Zimmerman, Ben Hnrd, Glenn Lasley, Bill Cobb, John 



Buckner. lohn Shields, Ernest Roberts. Fourth row: Jim Chambers, 
Jack Wilson, Bob Barham, Charles Ward. Buck Batchelor, Larry 
Ktilt/, Da\id Wood, Ashley Gainey. 




In a rehearsal scene from "The Wayward Saint" are Cathy Coble, 
Bill Bloom, and Mai Liis Luide. 



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The Revelers is the dramatic club at Guilford, which is open to all students 
interested in play production. One of the top performances presented by the 
Revelers in late November was "The Wayward Saint," a three act production 
involving a parish priest who had the reputation for being a saint. Members of 
the play production class enhanced the dramatic performances with their 
effective lighting and outstanding scenery. The Revelers e.xperienced a successful 
year under the able direction of Mr. Donald Deagon. 



LARRY HOLLAND 

President 



Seated are Andrea Rogin, Karen 
Ljung, Fern Laudenslager, An- 
nette Bailey, Linda Newlin, 
Frances Cook, Jamie Mattliews, 
Cathy Coble, Robin Heritage, 
Dottie Bollenbach. Mary Wheel- 
er. Second row: Lib Pyrtle, Setts 
Darnell, Jan Schwartz Carolle 
Triplette, Suzie Kenoyer, Mai 
Liis Luide, Ken Layton. Stand- 
ing, James Hudson, Charles 
Stout, Bill Rhodes, Warren Cor- 
deniian, Chris Suiter, John Hew- 
lett, Larry Holland, Mr. Deaeon, 
Biir Bloom, Marty Falkoff. Bob 
Winsor, Doug Redmond, Da%id 
Holt, Richard Archer. 





The Social Committee is the co-ordinator of all 
the social events at Guilford. They are respon- 
sible for planning the Freshman Reception dur- 
ing freshmen week, the Valentine Dance, and 
informal get-togethers after ball games on week- 
ends. One of the committee's projects this year 
was the purchase of a stereophonic record pla>'er 
to be used by the \arious student organizations. 
Pictured at the left are Miss Upchurch, advisor. 
Miss Reddeck, advisor, and Kaye Burton, chair- 
man, who appear as if they are trying to con- 
\ince committee members that they can per- 
form as well as anv combo. 



Sodd CommUtee 



Members of tlie eoimiiittee are. left to riplit. .Ann Tavlor, Margaret 
HaN^ortli. Jimnn Boles. Bettv Lou MeFarland, Kaye Burton, Rod 
Henles". Patt\- Burgess, Tomni\ Kemp, Lynne Hundley, Ga\e Burton. 



-Miss Upchureh. Not pieturcd 
Fulton, and Miss Reddeek. 



Fred Homer, Phil 



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■mbers present for the pietiire 
odman, Richard Mark-, Siis Koh. 



■icntrd, Riehard Paul, Morton 
?vnnd riiu: [larvey Tohn, Steve 



Silbert, Richard Colby, Ira Ross, Pat Kirscliner, Bob Boomin M?rshal 
Rosen, Joel Wilinsky. Third row: Marty Falkoff, David Zendell. 



H(M Society 



The newest organization on campus is tlic Hillel 
Society. This is the first time in Guilford College 
history that a unit of the B'nai B'rith Hilfel 
Foundation has been formed liere. There are 
twenty-two Jewish student members. Officers 
elected for the year are, left to right, Morton 
Goodman, President: Richard Marks, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Susan Kohn, Secretary; and Richard Paul, 
Treasurer. 




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The Gymnasium, completed in 1940. ser\es as the center fur Guilford College ath- 
letic activities. The Gym contains offices for the coaching staff, dressing rooms, recrea- 
tion rooms, and the Bob Doak Memorial Monogram Club Room; it also serves as the 
classroom center of the Physical Education Department. 



CLmhi to(h\ 



Coach Herb .^ppenzeller. Director of .\thletics, head 
football coach, and t'ack coach, came to Guilford in 1956. 
Following graduation from Wake Forest College, he coach- 
ed at W'akelon and Robesville High Schools, spent five 
\ cars at Chowan Junior College, and then came to Guilford. 
During the 1958 football season Coach ,\ppenzeller began 
jikuining a new offense called the "Flying Wing," derived 
from the fact that a man in the backfield is in motion 
during the play. For the 1959 sea.son, offense of the Quak- 
ers centered around the new and effective "Flying W'ing." 
Besides his work in tlie field of athletics. Coach Appenzeller 
serves as alternate faculty advisor for the Honor Board, 
sjionsor for the Westminster Fellowship, and teaches Latin 
at Guilford High School. 

Coach Stuart .Ma\nard came to Guilford in 1951, but 
this was not his first time here, for he received an AB de- 
gree in physical education from Guilford College. He did 
his graduate work at the University of North Carolina, 
then taught and coached at Williamstown High School. 
He served two years in the Na\y and returned to his alma 
mater. Besides teaching in the physical education depart- 



ment and being head baseball coach and assistant football 
coach. Coach Mavnard is also a sponsor for the Monogram 
Club and the M.A.A. 

Herman Clark is a senior physical education major and 
an assistant football coach. He helps coach the line and 
scouts for the Quakers. Herman, who lives in Vittoria, 
Virginia, came to us from Chowan Junior College, ^'here 
he was a Little .'Ml-.'Vmerican football player. He also 
played servite ball, and one year at Guilford, although he 
was hampered b\' injuries much of the time. Perhaps 
Herman's biggest job is tlie men's intramural program, of 
which he is the director, lie's also sports editor of the 
Guil^ord'xan. 

Coach Darr Shealv, who just completed twenty years 
as athletic director and coach at Thomasville High School, 
came to Guilford this year as the new basketball coach. 
The Newberr>' College graduate was appointed on an in- 
terim basis while he continues as a member of the Greens- 
boro City School System. Coach Shealy played baseball 
professionally for sixteen years; while at Thomasville his 
teams were listed among the top four and won four state 
championships. 



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COACH STUART MAYNARD 



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First r,m. left to ri^xt, tlic centt-rs ;irr 11 Cliiirlir Little iUnl 6(1 
Carl Opauski. Second roti: i-nds: 41 Frank .Siiiip,M)ii, 34 Tcicii 
Barnes, 32 Bobby O'Daniel; tackles: 44 David Wells. 7(1 Pliil 
Ellis, 73 Wayne Henley; guards: 18 Fred Barringer, 31 Slierrill 



Dcibv, ami fi4 I.:irrv Vounts, Third r.nv: quarterbacks: 30 
Harold James, 26 Brodie Baker, and 14 Rod Henlev. Fourth 
row: halfbacks: 38 Tommy Bowers, 12 Ralph McClennan, 28 
Stan Williams, and 13 Jim Elks. 



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first row, left to right, are the centers 67 Gw\nne Fliipfer and 
50 Bob Patterson. Cecond row: Kiiards: 65 Walter Wiggins. 62 
Neil Jones, and 42 Allen Laxton; tackles: 68 Charley Ahernathv 
and 51 Harold Holmes; ends: 37 Jim Stutts, 40 Bob Hallovvav. 



and 21 Jim Simpson. Third row: fnllbacks: 66 Bob .Smith and 
17 Tommy Waters; halfjiacks: 22 Ray Durham, 15 Jim Chanko, 
55 Wayne Wagoner, and 11 John Meroney. 



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Ct)-captains for the 1959 season were Carl Opauski 
and |()hn Meroney. 



Now, \eil. tr\- that pla\' again and this time 





The Quakers, un\eiling a new offense, the "Fly- 
ing Wing," opened the 1959 season by rolhng to 
a 27-0 victory over arch-rival Elon. It was the first 
Guilford \ictory over Elon since 1953, and Coach 
Herb Appenzeller's boys looked like the team 
they were expected to be. They exhibited tremen- 
dous running power and a good defense which 
took advantage of all the breaks, recovering several 
fumbles and intercepting four passes. John Merone>' 
plunged over from the 2-yard line for the first 
score, with Lester Parker kicking the extra point 
to make it 7-0. Then there was no stopping the 
Quakers, as Meroney scored again on a 93-yard 
run and Elks ran for the 2-pointer to make it 15-0. 
Elks' 16-yard pass to Holloway upped the total to 
21-0. Meroney went o%er again after good drives 
from Tom Bowers, ending the scoring at 27-0. 
Carl Opauski and \\'a\ne Henley did outstanding 
defensive jobs, -and there were happy days at 
Quaker Tech— 



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The tables were turned on the Quakers in their 
opening game on Hobbs Field, as the Pirates from 
East Carolina romped to a 27-0 victory. E.C.C. 
struck early and never stopped. They scored on the 
third play of the game, sending halfback Clcnn 
Bass 45 yards for the touchdown. The home team, 
displaying some of the bruising ground game tluit 
overpowered Elon, made it into scoring territor\ 
three times in the first quarter, once as far as the 
Pirates' 4-yard line, but could never find the magic 
touch. The Buc line kept John Meroney and com- 
pany pretty well bottled-up, while their own terri- 
fic halfbacks, Bass and Speight, were all over the 
place, -and things were no longer so bright- 





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The Quakers traveled to the mountains of Vir- 
-iiiiia to crush the Bridgevvater Indians 52-7. Scoring 
tfie most points they'\'e scored in a single game 
II] years Guilford, led b\' Brodie Baker and Jimmy 
i:iks, rolled up 478 yards, 278 by land, 200 by air. 
Hie tough Quaker defense headed l)> Wayne Hen- 
It >■ and Walter Wiggins held the Indians to 29 yards 
rushing and 77 yards passing. The big red and 
::ray scored seven times, with Elks, Williams, 
liowers, James, and Meroney each picking up one 
1"D and Wagoner two. The longest score was a 
ii(i-yard run by Harold James after a short screen 
p.iss from Elks. The only Bridgewater score came 
111 the fointh quarter on a 40 yard pass play, —the 
long ride back was a good one— 



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Guilford was in Virginia again, but this time the 
results \\eren't so good, as they came out on the 
short end of a 13-7 score. The Emory and Henry 
Wasps were fired up for their Homecoming game, 
and their determination paid off. The Quakers 
grabbetl a quick lead in the first period, turning a 
pass interception on the Wasp 20 into a touchdown 
by Meroney. Lester Parker added the one-pointer, 
but that was all the scoring the Quakers could 
manage. Guilford got fourteen first downs to Emory 
and Henry's 12, but the slippery ball held (he 
Quakers to only five passes completed for 4.5 yards. 
Apparently the wet ball didn't bother the Wasps, 
(for Wasps,) for their first score came from a 40- 
yard pass, and a 30-yard toss set up the second TD. 
—and this time it was just a long ride back— 




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The Quakers could not keep up with the un- 
defeated and No. 1 in the nation Lenoir Rh\iH 
Bears, losing 46-19. The Bears picked up 599 yard^ 
while holding Guilford to 231. The score was 20-1 i 
at the end of the third quarter, with John Meronr\ 
having scored 2 Quaker TD's, but then the Bearx 
really put on the steam, picking up 4 touchdowns 
in the fourth period. Meroney added another oin 
for the Quakers on a 92-yard kickoff return, bnl 
the LR manpower was too much for the Quakers 
Meroney carried off high-scoring honors, wliilt 
Midgett shared backficld honors for Lenoir Rhynr 
—and it rained— and rained— and rained— 





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Tt was a gloomy and rainy day when the Indians 
from Newberry, South Carolina, got here, and 
Rloomier still when thev left, for the Quakers had 
fallen by a score of 28-8. The Kame. which had 
been expected to turn into a scoring duel between 
the N.A.I.A.'s leading scorer Dick Seastrunk and 
John Meroney. found Newberry turning on an all- 
out team effort and Guilford playing without the 
services of her star halfback, who was out with a 
wrenched back. After a scoreless first quarter the 
Indians came to life and scored two touchdowns 
early in the second period. Tlie Quakers, lone tally 
came late in the period on a 16-yard pass from 
Baker to Holloway. Another Baker pass, with Elks 
doing the receiving this time added the 2-pointer 
to make the score 14-8. The Quakers scored no 
more, but the Indians did, for the final 28-8 score. 
Ray Durham was one of the few bright spots for 
the Quakers, doing an outstanding offensive job. 
—and things looked bad for the home team— 



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Nearly 3000 HomecominE fans were on hand 
hopinE to see their Quakers emerge \ictorious. hut 
they were disappointed, for the Mountaineers from 
A.S.T.C. ruined a perfect celebration. Guilford's 
1949 team which upset the Apps 13-12 was back, 
but in this case history did not repeat itself. Glen- 
denning started the scoring in the forst period for 
Appalachian on a 50-yard run. The Quakers came 
back with a field goal by Lester Parker from the 
22-yard line to make the score 6-3. In the third 
period the Mountaineers added 14 points, and the 
Quakers didn't scratch again until the final quarter; 
a pass interception by Bob Smith was turned into 
a TD when Rod Henley, who played a very good 
game, hit Meroney with a 9-yard pass, —and Little 
Muggers celebrated his birthday— 




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The Indians from Catau'ba must have been on 
tlie warpath as they rolled to a 32-7 trunnph in a 
uanie which was chniaxed by a mass brawl in the 
fourth quarter, Catawba struck first when quarter- 
back Ronmc Ball passed 15 yards to Jim Under- 
wood for a touchdown. The Quakers tied the score 
at 7-all when Meroney went over from the 6 and 
Parker added the extra point. That was Guilford's 
only major threat of the Rame; Catawba scored four 
more TD's, two cominR from Ball Passes, The 
Indians amassed 465 total yards; the Quakers, 301, 
but most of Guilford's came between the two 30- 
yard lines. Meroney's runnini; and Baker's passing 
paired the Guilford offense, while Phil Ellis played 
a Eood defensive Ranie. Lester Parker was injured 
and played his last game for the Quakers, -at least 
the fight was exciting- 




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The weather was awfully cold and the Cata- 
mounts were awfully hot as they scored 36 points 
and shut out the Quakers. Their tremendous offense 
was led by quarterback Bobby Cooper and halfback 
Tom Boardwater, while their superb defense held 
the Quakers to 54 yards rushing and 26 yards pass- 
ing. Guilford's most serious threat came at the 
beginning of the second half when they chalked-up 
four consecutive first downs to the W.C.C. 35, but 
that was as far as they got. It was the last game 
for seniors John Meroney, Carl Opauski, Bob Hollo- 
way, Bob Smith, Gwynne Hupfer, and the injured 
Lester Parker, who have all played some outstand- 
ing football at Guilford College, —and so the season 
ends— and the hardwood sport takes over- 




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Neither rain, sleet, snow, nor dark 
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John Meroney is surely one of the most outstanding ath- 
Iftfs who ever attended Guilford College, and is Guilford's 
first All-American. The red-head from Arlington, Virginia, 
made thi.s his most successful season, scoring 66 points and 
rating third in the conference in rushing, although he was out 
of action a couple of games with an injured back. After the 
Elon game, in which he scored three touchdowns, one on a 
93-yard run in the first play he'd ever made as a college full- 
back, he was named the Creeivihoro Daily News' Athlete of 
the Week No. 626. That was the first of many honors which 
were bestowed on the 185 pound halfliack this year. At the 
close of the season Johnny was named Most Valuable Player 
and Best Tackier by his team/nates, who had elected him 
£0-captain at the beginning of the season, It was his fourth 
year to win the Best Tackier award. John was named to the 
All-Conference first team for the second time, and topped his 
long list of college football accomplishments by being placed 
on the Williamson Little All-American first team. He plans to 
continue his football with the Green Bay Packers. Johnny is 
an outstanding figure on campus as well as on the gridiron. 
He serves as president of the Monogram Club, Senior Class 
Treasurer, and is a member of the Collegiate Civitan Club. 
John Meroney is truly an All-American. 



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Pictured below are the seniors who donned tlie red and R 
Bob Smith, Gwynne Hupfer, Carl Opauski, Johnny Mero 



for tlu-ir last 
and Bob Hollowa 



witli tlie Quakers, left to ripht: 
Not pietued is Lester Parker. 




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The 1959-60 basketball season turned out to be a long one 
for both the coach and team. The Quakers, under tlie leadership 
of new coach Darr Shealy, suffered from their usual weakness, 
lack of height. Tlun' uere a scrappv and hustling team but the>' 
couldn't compare with the other North State teams in stature, 
which meant that the Quakers couldn't get their share of those 
\er\- important rebounds. Although the\' didn't «in man\- games 
the\- pro\ided quite a few exciting ones for the fans. The Quakers 
were led in scoring tliis year b\' sophomores Don Lineberr>'. who 
aver.lgcd around 23 points per game, and Jon Burwell, who poured 
in appro.vimately 16 points per game besides being one of the 
best ball liandlers in the conference. Buddy Key, an experienced 
player and an outstanding defensive man, Jim Lancaster, and 
Brooks Haworth rounded out the starting five. Seeing quite a lot 
of action were Jimmy Elks, Tom W'hitely, and freshman Howard 
Braxton. 

The future presents a brighter picture, for nobody is gradua- 
ting and some new height is expected. The Quakers may well be a 
team to \\atch. 

Shown at the right is Don Lineberry, who was selected for the 
North State All Conference Team. 




Miinhcrs of the b.iskclball teai 
Conrad Parker, Jinliny Klfcs, Jo 



hft tn Ti^hl. Hav Sharpe, 
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Co-captains for the 1959-6(1 basketball team were Buddy Kvy and Jo 




DON LINEBERRY 



JIM LANCASTER 




JON BURWELL 

BUDDY KEY 

BROOKS HAWORTH 





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It looks like a typical Elon game. 



And Liiiclii'iiy boosts his a\eiage 
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Burwell goes all the way for two. 



So what if I'm not looking at 
the game I! 





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See! I can score even if you do have your el- 
bow in my ribs. 



Tliat's okay; let's make the foul shots count. 



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The Quakers began tlic 1960 baseball season 
b\' defeating the "Mountaineers from Appala- 
chian State Teachers College by a score of 18-8. 
Back from last vear's team are such outstanding 
plavers as Jim Stutts, Conrad Parker, Brodie 
Baker, and ' Charlie Little. New strength has 
been added with several additions to the pitch- 
ing staff and more bench power. Because of the 
weather (snow and rain) practice has been very 
slow, but after a few more games the Quakers 
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Members of the 1960 baseball squad are, first row, left to rijiht: Charlie Little, William 
Brown, Rip Nomian, Conrad Parker, Russell Gray, James Joyce, and Bob Hickman. 
Second roll: James Pendry, Bill Flippin, Bob O'Daniel, Ken Hedrick, Jim Simpson, Carey 
Reece, Tom Whiteley, and Ed Kelly. Third row: Coach Maynard, Sam Cutler, Brodie 
Baker, Jim Stutts, Robert Nomian, Charles Abernethy, Bobby Hodges, Marcus Allred, and 
Kemp Duncan. 



Members of the pitching staff are Brodie Baker, Rip Norman, Charlie Little, Jim Simpson, 
and Robert Norman. Pictured at the rit;ht is Jim Stutts as he catches a hit. 




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As press tiiiU' draws near and «e ha\'e nut been able to get in toueh with the new tennis coach, 
Mr. John Nhmning, who is witli Pilot Life hisurance Compan\-, there is not much to report on tennis 
for 1960. The outlook as seen from the sidelines would seem very promising, for there are ten men out 
for the team. Returning from last year are Brooks Haworth, who mo\'ed into number one position 
at the close of the 1959 season, David Edgerton, Dan Hammon, and Long Vu. New players out on 
the court arc Bob Boonin, David Zendell, Boyce Crothers, Steen Spo\e, who should be a pla\er to 
watch, and others. Those contending for positions on the tennis team are pictured below, lejt to 
right, Steen Spove, David Edgerton, Boyce Crothers, Dan Hammond, Brooks Haworth, Ray Sharpe, 
David Zendell, Eddie Giles, Bob Boonin. and Long Vu. 




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Shown in practice are Bob Boonin and Long Vu 
Don Hammon wins the point with a beautiful forehand return. 




Brooks Haworth gets ready to smash a lob 
back to his opponent. 




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The outlook for the 1960 track season is shining rather brightly 
at this point. Tlie star of the 1958 team, Harold James, is back, 
along with four lettermen from last \ear, Frank Bailey, Phillip 
Fulton, \\a\ne Wagoner, and Doug Kerr. With new boys such 
as Frank Smith, Howard Braxton, Buzz Fay, and others, Herb 
Apenzellar's thin clads ma\' go a long way. 



Frank Buile\ goi'S into action. 




Members nf the 1960 track team are, /ir,s( tow. left to ripht: Phillip Fulton, 
Dick Avers, Harokl lames, Wavnc Wagoner. Hovs-ard Braxton, Buzz Fav. and 
Robert Patterson. Second row: Frank .Smjfli. Frank BaiU-v, Bob Lovell, Mikael 
Koivuki, Sininv Matthews. Charles (.o,k1, .»,d Krnest Pasehal. 



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Harold James is up and over. 




Out for action again this year is Phil Fulton. 



Wayne Wagoner gets in a little practice. 



Come on boys, let's use a little elbow grease 




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With Buck Batchelor, Bob B\Tum, and Jim Anderson 
returning us senior members of the team and holding the 
first, second, and third positions respectively, the outlook for 
the Guilford Golf Team is promising this year. Newcomers, 
\\'a\ne Ik>nle\' and Fred Ta\lor are contending for fourth 
position on tlie team, while Bob Holloway, holds si.xth. Again 
this Near Guilford makes history by ha\'ing the only woman 
golf coach in the conference— Miss Catherine Upchurch, who 
has no trobule holding her own on the links. Although the 
team has gotten off to a slow start due to the weather. Miss 
Upchurch thinks, with practice and promise, the Quaker 
golfers will be near the top. A number of the fourteen con- 
ference matches will be phu'ed at Starmount, the home course 
and scene of the tournament to be held in Mav. 



Miss Catherine Upchurch, golf coach, watches the action 
on the green. 



Mtmbirs of the 1960 Kolf team ..re, left to njxht: W'avne Henlcv, of Greensboro, Fred Tavlor, of Greensboro, and Jim Anderson, of 

Winston-Salem, Bob Byrum, of Greensboro. Boek Batebelor. of Miirfreesboro. 








()ii Ihc guru, Biib B\ rum practict-s his imtt 

Jim Anderson demonstrates his drive. 

Contending for fourth position is Fred Taylor, who is 
demonstrating his approach shot. 






Dick Cain reaches for a pass as some Center S 



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The Inrtamural proRra 
enthusiastically pursued .u 
sports from tae football an 



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rd College is perhaps the most 
inipus. In its coverage of all 
s, to golf, track, and Softball, 
MIC nvans of athletic achieve- 
t iti. iiM-ii students participate 

IIIMhM'llts. 

,t[s iiMiri New North, having 
>cars and retiring the trophy. 



They seem well on tlieir wav to another title also, with team vic- 
tories in both tag football and \olleyball. The Playboys from Center 
Section seem to be the must s.rious thnat li> tlnir domination with 
a strong second place in t.ii; fnotliall, ^r, uui\ pl.i,.' f.,r the season in 
volleyball, and clean swcps nl th.' In. is, slid, si,jul,s and doubles. 
Other strong teams are the English 1k)>s, VaiikLc Stadium's Rebels, 
and the Day Hops. 

In the line of a summary, here are some of the highlights of 
tlie tag football season. New North, after a stumbling start, managed 
to roar to a final eight game winning streak and take first place. 
English, only a little behind, took second, while a very enthusiastic 
group of Day Hops capped third. Center finished fourth in the 
regular season, but proved to be the dark horse of the tournament. 

In the first round of the tournament New North trampled 
English 26-12, while Center shutout the Day Hops 20-0. The second 



round saw New North edge Center 14-.3, and English eliminate the 
Day Hops. The ne.\t day Center and English played a scoreless tie, 
but on the following day Center pounded English 32-0. It seemed 
as if Center's Playboys had run out of gas, for New North again 
pulled the string with a late score to win the championship 9-6. 

Outstanding for the Bears were Jerry Davis, Dick Cain, and 
Steve Helton, all of whom were first team all campus. Others on 
the first team were Ken Hedrick, Center, Dick Grant, Stadium, Larry 
Wachter, Day Hops, Eddie Giles, Old North-South; members of the 
second team were Sam Cutler, Stadium, Jim Chambers, Center, 
Charlie Clark, English, Ray Sharpe, English, Miles Prosit, English, 
Ronnie Parks, Day Hops. Groome Fulton, Center, and Frank Bailey, 
Center. 

Volleyball ended its regular season with a play-off between 
Center and New North for first place. For the second time this 
year New North won over the Playboys and took the top spot. 
Archdale and Yankee Stadium roimded out the top four with the 
Stadium almost pulling the upset. The games of the tourney read as 
follows: New North over Stadium, Archdale over Center; second 
round, Ne\\' North over Archdale, Stadium over Center; third round 
Stadium over Archdale; finally. New North over Stadium. New 
North again won a team championship. 




Here it's 
English with 
the ball against 
the Day Hops. 



The all campus teams for volleyball read as folows; first 
team, Dick Cain, New North, Harold James, Stadium, Steve 
Hellton, New North, Carey Reece, Archdale, Bob Rosier, Archdale, 
and Jerry Davis, New North; members of the second team were 
Groome Fulton, Center, Ken Hedrick, Center, Charlie Clark, 
English, Eddie Giles, Old North-South, Brodie Baker, Stadium, 
and Jim Chambers, Center. 

Horseshoes showed a clear domination of Center with vic- 
tories in the singles and doubles, Phillip Fulton pitched himself 
easily to the singles crown with a final victory over Conrad Parker 
of Archdale. Phillip teamed with his brother Groome to take the 
doubles title with almost equal ease. Their final victory came 
over Ray Durham and Frank Simpson. 

The sports remaining show promises of many exciting games 
and a great deal of keen competition. Yankee Stadium, Center, 
and English seem to have the strong basketball teams; Long Vu 
and Conrad Parker return to defend the singles and doubles 
titles in ping pong; Fuzz White and Denny Moore return as bad- 
minton champs. As far as track, softbaU, and the golf pitch are 
concerned, it is too early in the season to make any type of pre- 
diction. 

It is definite, however, that this intramural program will 
carry with it, as always, many wild and enjoyable memories of 
varied activities, sore muscles, and victory celebrations. Intra- 
murals have always been a very vital part of campus life here at 
Guilford, and we hope this year has carried on that tradition. 




A Yankee Stadium Rebel scores against Old North- 
South. 



Things get pretty rough 
in intramurals too. 




Here it's Clark and Reece 
surrounded by teammates. 



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Mrmbcrs of (lie Mnnnuram Cli.h fnrniine the M arc- Mprdiipv. pre 

Tommy Waters, Tom Bowers, Bob Smith, Carl Opaiiski, Clark, treasir 

Harold James, Walter Wi«t;ins, Don I.i.u-berrv, Cliarlie Tom Whitelv 

Clark, Frankie Simpson, Wayne Henley, Bob Hollouay, Dick Cain, C 

Sam Cutler, Brooks Haworth, Jon Burwell, Fred Homer, David Kd«erti 

Phillip Fulton, Larry Young, Brodie Baker, secretary, John aid Poplin. 



.ident, Lester Parker, vice-president, Herman 
er. Long Vu, Russell Cray, Jim Anderson, 
Marcus Allred, Frank Bailev, Carey Reece, 
Avynne Hupfer, Cliarlie Little, Buddy Key, 
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The purpose of the Men's Athletie Assoeiation, of whieh every male student is a member, 
is to promote intercollegiate athletics and the interest in them and to promote a well-rounded 
intramural program. The M.A.A. sponsors Award Day, when the outstanding athletes, both 
varsity and intramural, are recognized. (These athletes are sometimes honored with a dinner, 
also). It gives athletic award certificates to varsity athletes and trophies to the individual and 
team intramural champions. 

Working in conjunction with the Men's Athletic Association is the Monogram Club, an 
Organization for the athletes who have earned their letters and one of the most active clubs 
on campus. Members of the club open the school year by convincing the freshmen that they 
are required to wear beanies; they are also in charge of concessions at all the athletic events. 
With the money that they make they sponsor two big social events, the Christmas Dance and 
the KKK (Kampus Kuties Kapers). New members have to go through an iniation period of 
one week before they become true members of the G Club. 

Pictured below are the officers of the Men's Athletic .As.sociation, left to right: Brodie Baker, 
Vice-President Herman Clark, Secretar>-Treasurer, and Lester Parker, President. 




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Tlif \V,A,A. Cabiiu't members are. firs/ i^m I, u i.. rii^ht. Gail Ball- 

wcu, Ruth Ann Mertz. Sue Kolin, I,mj>I,1 W , Sara Atkinson, 

Linda Colile. S,-toml ron : Miss \oyv l'err> . Mi-s Catlierme Ip- 
churcli, Miss Gwen Reddeck. T/iir(/ roit, Caroline Prinim, Jerri 



W'aldrep, Glenda Watson, Betty Lou McFarland, Anise Joyce, Starr 
Sisk. Margaret Haworth, Kaye Burton, Trudie Caraway, Lynne Hund- 
ley, Gave Burton. 



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Officers of the W.A.A. are Kaye Burton. 
President, Caroline Primni, Vice-President. 
Miss Catherine Upchurch, Sponsor, Mar- 
garet Haworth, Secretary, and Sara Atkni- 
son, Treasurer. 



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I'romotioii <if school spirit at all Guilford CoUe^o athletic events is the big job of the 
cheerleaders. They are elected each fall by a committee composed of the chief cheer- 
leader, women's physical education instruct )rs, the coaches, football captains, and the 
president of the Monogram Club. These cheerleaders practice three or four afternoons 
iMcli week and are responsible for planning and leading pep rallies, decorating goal 
posts and the Homecoming Queen's float, and organizing informal dances after home 
games. They are pictured below leading the football team on the field. 



KAYE BURTON 
Chief Cheerleader 




Leading the cheers thi.s year were, hjt in riplil: Lynnr Hundley, Kaye Bnrtnn, Betsy Winesett, Linda 
Coble. Second row: Sandra Knight, Judy Stancil, Joann Hanks, Judy Allen, and Margie Haworth. Not 
pictured is Judy Wells. 




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First row: Carolle Triplette, Miriam 
Almaguer, Queen, Betsy Winesett, 
i\Iaid-of-Honor, Caroline Primin. 
Second row: Lucia Garcia and 
Merle Mallard. 



Pictured at the Dance are Betsy Wine- 
sett, Maid-of-Honor and Miriam Alma- 
guer, Queen. 



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Archdale boys won first prize 
with their version of the Appala- 
chian State Teachers College! 



"The Founders' Funeral Parlor^ 
took first prize among the Girl 
decorations. 




The Quaker Woodsmen from 
New North won the cup for the 
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Our prize goes to Founders for 
their "Expecting Victory." 




In spite of the cold weather the 
Queen and Maid-of-Honor are 
all smiles! 




Leading the festivities at the 
Homecoming Dance are the 
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Christmas Queen and her Court arc left to riijit: Patsy White escorted by Gwynne Hupfer, 
Carulle Triplettc escorted by Harold James. Queen CaroHne Primm and Santa Claus (Jordan 
Washburn), Clevie Wood escorted by Walt \\'iggins. 



"Was the night before Christ- 
mas and all thm Hobbs" . . . 






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The lovely Queen of the May, Miss Claud- 
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As Editor-in-Chief of the I960 Q)i((/^(/', I \\ ish l.i tliank the staff for their co-operation in 
putting out our yearhook. A \ery special thank ynu U'les tii Dwi^ht Thomas for his long hours of 
work behind the camera and in the darkmoni to mt'ct deadlines, for \\ ithout him this book would 
never have become a reality. In addition. I wish to thank the students for their co-operation 
with pictures and inlnrmation for tlie \earln>i)k, I should like to express my appreciation to 
Wr. Charles flunter and Mr. Hill Hunter of lluntiT I'lililishing Coriipan\' for their helpful sugges- 
tions and guidance. To Nh'. Da\id Parsons, the Quaker sponsor, a thank \ou for guiding us 
over unforseen obstacles; to Miss Ifpchmch a special thanks for her advice and interest. 

Our goal has been accomplished, and it is m\ hope that \-ou the students and faculty of Guil- 
ford College may find pleasin-e and enjoyment for ma\' \ears to come in this the 1960 QUAKER. 



GAYE BURTON 

Editor-in-Chief 




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NANCY SUE ACKLEY 

History 

History Club 2,3.1; W'tstiiiinisUT Ffllowship 2: Quaker 
Staff 3. 

CHAI^LES DAVID ANDREW 

Econoiuics 
Societ)' fVir the AcK aneenieiit ol Maiia<4ement 3,4. 

WILLIAM TRYON BALDWIN, JR. 

Eiic/i.s/i 

Guilfordian 1; TAD 1.3; Future Teachers of America 3,4. 

EDWARD \ INCENT BANNIGAN 
Hislonj 

M.S.G. 3,4. Vice-President 4; History Club 3.4, President 4; 
Civ'itan Club 4; Honor Roll 4; Chairman of Men's Mav 
Day 3; Sports Editor Quaker 4; Who Who 4. 

BOBBY LEE BARHAM 

Economics 

JOSEPH BROWN BECK 
Psyclwlogy 

NEIL CARSON BENSON 

Economics 

North Carolina State 1,2; Societ\' for .\dvancement of 
Management 3,4. 

ROBERT DANIEL BERGER 

EmJish 

Basketball 1,2. 

\\ILLI.\M A. BLOOM 

EngUsli 

Reveler's Club 2,3,4; Dramatic Council 3,4; Guilfordian 2; 
Student Affairs Board 3,4; Literary Society 2,3,4, Editor- 
in-Chief 3,4; Intramural Dorm Manager 3. 

LOUISE A. BUNKER 
Enf:,lisli 

F.T.A. 2; Guilfordian 3; lnternati<inal Relations Club 4; 
Choir 1,2; Reveler's Club 3; Fine Arts Club 2; Spanish 
Club 2; Wesley Foundation 4. 

GAYE BURTON 
Elementary Education 

Social Committee 2,3,4, Business Mgr. 3; Weslev Founda- 
tion 2,3,4; Quaker Staff 3,4, Class Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 
4; College Marshal 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Student Affairs Board 4; 
W.A.A. 4; Assistant Ma\' Da\' Chairman 3, Chairman 4. 



KAYE BURTON 

Elementary Education 

WcslcN Foundation 1,2,3,4. Sec. 2. \'.P. 3; Cheerleader 1, 
2,3, Chief 4; W.-^.-A. 1, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Sophomore Class 
Secretary; Marshal 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Quaker 3, Feature Editor 
4; Sunday School Class Pres. 3; Student Christian Assoc. 3, 
Chairman of Social Committee 4; Student .\ffairs Board 4; 
May Court 4; \Vho's Who 4. 

ROBERT LEONARD BYRUM, JR. 

Economics 

North Carolina State 1; Societ\' for the .^dxancement of 
Management 3,4; Golf Team 2,3,4. 

JOHN BYRON CARAWAY 
Economics 

Lees McRae College 1; Socety for the .\d\'ancenient of 
.\Ianag<'ment 3.4; Men's Student Government 3. 

TRUDIE GIROUX CARTWAY 
Spanish 

Mav Court 4; W.S.G. 1,2; International Relations Club 1,2; 
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Weslev Foundation 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 
2,4. 

JACK TAYLOR CARTER 

Psychology 

CHARLES LUNDY CHASE 

Mathematics 

Choir 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; M.S.G. 2; Class President 3; Honor 
Board 3,4; Student .Affairs Board 3,4, President 4; Member 
of President's Ad\ isor\- Board 3,4; Who's \\'ho 4. 

BETTY' LOU CHILTON 
French 

Choir 1,2,3; Fine Arts Club I,2,.3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; 
F.T.A. 4, Pres. 4; Yoimg Friends 1,2,3,4; College Marshal 
3; W.S.G. 4; Student Affairs Board 4; Convocations Com- 
mittee 4; Mav Court 4; Honor Roll I,2..3. 

PEGGY SUE CHILTON 

Music 

Clxiir 1.4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; Young Friends 1,2,3,4. 

NORMA JEAN CL.\RK 
French 



WILLIAM C. COBB, JR. 

Economics 

Society for the .advancement of Management 3,4. 



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JO ANN COOK 

Religious Ediicntion 

Fine Arts Club, Sec. 4; Student Christian Assoc, Sec. 3; 
W'eslev Foundation 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Clioir Committee 4; 
Guilfordian 3; May Court 4; Spanish Ckib 2,3. 

JANICE LILLIAN CORNELL 

EJementanj Education 

W.S.G. 2, Pres. 4; Student Affairs Board 4; President's 
Advisory Council 4; Baptist Student Union 1,2,3,4; Fac- 
ulty-Student Social Recreation Committee 4; Who's 
Who 4. 

MARGARET YARNALL DAVIS 

Elementanj Educaiion 

Future Teachers of America 4; Young Friends 1,2,3,4. 

STANLEY RODERICK DEANS 

Mathematics 

CLAUDE ELLIOT DOYLE 
Histonj 

Men's Student Go\'ernment 4; History Club 3,4. 

WALTER CABELL ECHOLS, JR. 
Economics 

Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4; Univer- 
sity of North Carolina 1,2. 

MARTIN ALAN FALKOFF 
Biology 

EMMITT BOBBITT FAULK 

Fsijchologij 

Campbell College 1,2. 

BARRIE E. FOSTER 
Economics 

RASMA FRISBERGS 
Mathematics 

College Marshal 3; International Relations Club Sec. 2. 

WESLEY GROOME FULTON, JR. 

Economics 

Young Friends 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.A.M. 3,4, 
Treas. 4; Collegiate Civitan 3,4; Alumni Achievement 
Award 3; Track 3; M.S.G. 3,4, Pres. 4; Who's Who 4; 
Guilfordian 3,4; Quaker 4; President's Advisory Council 4; 
Student Affairs Board 4. 

THOMAS RAYMOND FUQUAY 
Economics 

Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4; Future 
Teachers of America 1. 



JANE LANIER GALLIMORE 

Education 



Future Teachers of .\merica 
Young Friends 2,3. 



;,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; 



PATRICIA LEE GARNER 

Spanish 

Class Secretary 3,4; W.S.G. 2,3,4; Hobbs House President 
4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2; W.A.A. 3; May 
Court 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Young Friends 1,2. 

MORTON GOODMAN 

Histonj 

History Club 2,3,4, History Club Social Committee; Bas- 
ketball Statistician 1,2; Hellel Society 4. 

RUSSELL STANFORD GRAY 

Phijscial Education 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. 

MARJORIE N. HAWORTH 
Sociology 

Who's Who 4; May Court 4; Freshmen Chapel Committee; 
Quaker 1,2; Spanish Club 1.2,3; W.A.A. 1,2; W.S.G. 2,3,4, 
Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Choir 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; 
Cheerleader 4; Young Friends 1,2,3,4. 

JOHN ALDEN HEWLETT 
History 

Choir 1,2,3,4; Revelers Club 1,2,3,4, Business Mgr. 3,4; 
History Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3,4; Literary Society 3; Drama- 
tics Council 3,4. 

HOWARD THOMAS HINSHAW 

Clicmistry 

Scholarship Society, Vice-President 4; Chief College Mar- 
shal 3; Who's Who 4; Choir 2,3,4; Collegiate Civitan 3,4; 
German Club 1,2, Pres. 2. 

BOB GREER HOLLOWAY 
Physical Education 

Football 1.2.3,4; Monogram 1.2.3,4. 

THOMAS DALTON HONEYCUTT 

Economics 

Wake Forest College 1; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 3,4. 

GWYNNE LANDING HUPFER 

Physical Education 

Football 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. 

MANYON LANDIS IDOL 

Mathematics 



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PAT ANN ISAACS 

Elciniiilaii/ I'.ihiidlion 

JAMES OBHIKX KELLAM 
Pliysicdl liducdtion 

FRANCES C:ASH\\ELL KENNEDY 

EuiiJish 

\\'estminister Fellowship 

PAUL DOUGLAS KERR 
Eripjish 

B. Clvde Shore fournalisiTi Scholarship 3; Class Pres. L2; 
r.uilfo'.'j.in )^ l.,,lif„r 2. Student Affairs Board 1.2, Presi- 
dent's Student Advisory Council L2; Intramural Sports 
2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; German Club 2; 
Quaker Business Mgr. 4; Westminister Fellowship 1,2,3,4; 
Assistant Director of Pviblic Relations 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4. 

IIYGO HjUNG KIM 

Matliciniilics 

International Rehifiims Chili 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; 
Wesley Foundation 1,2 

OLIVER CLIFFORD LARGE, JR. 

Economics 
Society for the .^d\ancenicnt of Management 4. 

L. FERN LAUDENSLAGER 

Elemcntaiij Education 

Guilfordian 2,3; Revelers Club 1,2,3,4; IIistor\- Club 3,4; 
F.T.A, 2,3,4; \\esle\ Found;ifion 1, 

BARBARA |() LINEBERGER 

Miillicniiitics 

Student Christian .Association Pres. 4; Who's Who 4; Bap- 
tist Student Union Pres. 3,4; President's Advisory Council 
4; Student Affairs Board Sec. 4; Committee on Convoca- 
tions 4; Choir 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Religious Emphasis 
Week Committee 2. 

WILLIE RANDALL McCOROUODALE 

Economics 

EARL VERN(A- McNEAL 

Euiilisli 

Literary Societ\ 3. Busimss Mgr,; Re\.lcrs Club; "Mouse- 
trap" 3; William and \lar\ College 1.2. 

ROBERT F. McNEELY 

Economics 
So(icl\ for the A(l\ ;ui. rimnl ol Management ,3,4. 



WADE THOMAS MACEY 
Plnjsics 

Ccillege Marshal 3; .\lumni .Association Achievement 
Award 2; German Club 1; Western Electric Scholarship 4; 
Cl.iss Treasurer 3; Class Vice-President 4. 



MILLS ARNOLD MARCH 

History 

Ilistor)' Club 1,2,3,4; Future Teachers of .America 4. 

ROBERT MOORE MATTHEWS 
Religion 

StuiU'ut Cliristian .\ssociation Cabinet 4,.5; \'ice-President 
Southern ,\rea Student Council of Young Men's Christian 
.\ssoci;ition; Westminister Fellowship 4,.5. Pres. 4; History 
Club 4,.5; International Relations Club 3,4,.5. 



JOHN STANLEY MERONEY 

Physical Education 

Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. Pres. 4, Sec. 3; M.A.A. Sec-Treas. 
3; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Best Tackier Trophy 
1.2,3.4; Athlete of the Week 4; M.S.G, 3; Intramural Mgr, 
' . Class Tre;is, 4; C( "' ' " " ------ 



Mgr 

_ _ giate Ci\itan 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Most 

Valuabl.' Football Phiver 4; Little All American 4. 



MARTHA JANE MOWERY 

Elementary Education 

F.T..\. 2. 1; Weslex' Foundation 4; Intern;itional Relations 
Club 4. 

TO.MMY DORSEY NELMS 
Matlwmatics 

JAMES CLARKSON NE\\'LIN 
Cltcmistry 

Collegiate Cixitan 3.4; Young Friends 1,2,3. 

THOMAS L. O'BRIANT 
Economics 

H.Mior Board .3,4. Pres. 4; Marshal 3; Class Pres, 4, V.P. I, 
2; Societx' for .\d\ancement of Management 3.4; Collegiate 
Civitan .3; Baseball 1.2.3; Student Affairs Board 4; Presi- 
dent's .Ad\isor\' Committee 4; Who's Who 4; William F. 
0\rrmau Scliol.trship 4; Honor Roll .3,4. 

CARL W. OPAUSKI 
PJiysical Education 

Monogr;im Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2.3.4; Best Blocking 
Trophy 3,4. lutramurals 1,2.3.4. 



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ORIS LESTER PARKER 
Economics 
Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, V.P. 4; Society 
for Advancement of Management 3,4, Pros. 4; Prcs. M.A.A. 
4; V.P. Student Affair.s B()ard 4; Collegiate Ci\4tan Vice- 
President 3. 

GEORGE A. PASSES 
Pstjcliology 

Gardner Webb Junior College 1,2; International Relations 
Club 3; Social Chairman 4. 

THOMAS EDWARD PHILLIPS 
Economics 

CAROLINE PRLMM 

Elementary Education 
Young Friends 1,2,3,4; WAA. 1,2,3,4, V.P. 4; Student Af- 
fairs Board 4, Assistant Sec. 4; Choir 1,2,3; Yankee Stadium 
Sweetheart 3; Homecoming Court 4; F.T.A. 4; Christmas 
Queen 4. 

BENJAMIN LEE RAINEY 

Mathematics 

Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Intramural Volleyball 4. 

WILLIAM FRANK RIERSON, JR. 

Economics 

SARA JANE ROBERTSON HELTON 

English 

Young Friends 1,2,3,4; Choir Solist; Choir Council 1,2,3; 

Revelers Club 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Guilfordian 3; W.S.G. 

4; Founders House Prcs. 4; May Court 4; F.T.A. 4. 

KERMIT WILSON ROBINSON 
Economics 

A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 4. 

JOHN EDWARD SHIELDS 

Economics 

Collegiate Ci\itan 4; Societ\- for the Advancement of 
Management 3,4. 

PAUL JAMES SHIVER 

Ilistonj 

Southern Pilgrim College 1,2; History Club 3,4. 

CAROL FRANCES SMITH 

Religion 

Wesle>- Foundation 1,2,3; Women's Student Government 4. 

JOHN ROBERT SMITH 
Physical Education 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Dormitorx Representa- 
tive 2; Monogram Club 4. 



WILLIAM BRAY SMITH 

Economics 
Society for the .-Vchanci'ment of Vlanagmcnt 3,4; Guilford- 
ian, Business Manager 3; Class Treasurer 1,2. 

JAMES M. STAINBACK 

Pliysics 

PHILLIP M. STALLINGS 

Physics 

German Club, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4. 

WILLIAM DONALD TIPPETT 
Pliysics 

JAMES KENNETH TOOMES 

Economics 

Society for the .\dvancement of Management 3,4. 

JULIANA MARY TRIMBLE 
Biology 
Scholarship Societv 3,4, Pres. 4; Who's Who 4; Mav Queen 
4; Biologv Club, 'See. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 'College 
Marslial 3; W.S.G. 4; Shore House Pres. 4; Honor Roll; 
Intramural Volli b;dl 3.4. 

HAROLD WAYNE VADEN 

Eco lomics 

Society for the .Adsaneement of Management 4. 

GERALDEAN M. WALDREP 

Psyclwlogy 
Spanish Ghib 1,2; W.S.G. 1; W.A.A. 3,4; Honor Board Al- 
ternate 4; Quaker 3, Assistant Editor 4; F.T.A. 4: Honor 
Roll 3. 

CHARLES LEE \\'ARD, JR. 

Economics 
Society for the Ad\'ancement of Management 4. 

JAMES FRANKLIN \\'ATERSON 

Philosophy 
WAe Forest College 

RICHARD DORROW WILEY 
History 

CLEVIE WOOD 

Elementary Education 
\\'ake Forest; Westminster Fellowship 3,4; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Guilfordian 4; Ma\' Court 4. 

LESTER EUGENE ZIMMERMAN 
Economics 
SocietN' for tlie .4d\anccment of Management 3,4; Civitan 
Club 3. 



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CLYDE A. MILN'ER 
A.B., A.M., B.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

President of tlie CoUcl:,c and Professor of Philosopluj 

,\.B., Wilmington College; W'oodbrooke; A.M., Haverford 
College; B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary; Graduate 
•Study at University of Chicago; Marburg University; Uni- 
versity of Geneva; Columbia University; Ph.D., Hartford 
Theological Seminary; LL.D., Wilmington College; Guil- 
lord College since 1930; President since 1934. 

EVA GALBREATH CAMPBELL 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 
A.B., Ohio W'esleyan University; A.M., Ohio State Univer- 
sity; Ph.D., Ohio State Universit)'; Graduate Study, Uni- 
versity of Chicago; University of Michigan and Woods 
Hole Marine Biological Laboratory; Guilford College 
since 1924. 

ALCIE INNMAN NEWLIN 

A.B., A.M., Dr. Sc.Pol. 

(Geneva) 

Professor of Ilislory and Political Science 

A.B., Guilford College; A.M., Haverford College; Graduate 
Study, Columbia University, University of California, Uni- 
\ersity of Wisconsin, Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Pol. 
Sci., Geneva, the Graduate Institute of International 
Studies of the L'ni\ersity of Geneva; summer session on 
International Law of the Uni\ersitN- of Michigan; Guilford 
College 1924-26, 1927-29, since 19.31. 

PHILIP W. FURNAS 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of EnsJish 
A.B., Earlham College; A.M., Harvard Universit)'; Grad- 
uate Stud\', University of Wisconsin and Columbia Univer- 
sit\'; Ph.D. Harvard Universitv; Guilford College since 
1927. 

E. GAR NESS PURDOM 

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

Professor of Physics 

A.B., Centre College; M.S., University of Chicago; Ph.D., 

University of Michigan; Guilford College since 1927. 

HARNEY ALBERT LJUNG 

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

Dr,in of 111,' ro//ri,'r and Professor of Clwmistry 

B.S., I'niwrsity of North Carolina; M.S., I'nixersitv of 

North Carolina; Ph.D., Uni\crsily of North Carolina; Ciiul- 

ford College since 1931. 

FREDERIC H. CROWNFIELD 
B.S., S.T.M . Ph.D. 

Professor of Bililieal I/ileralure and Helifiion 
H S„ CitN College, N<\v >oik, S.T.M. , Harxaril Unixeristv; 
I'll 1)., Ilar\ard University; Guilford College since 1948.' 



GORDON W. LOVEJOY 

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

Visiting Professor of Sociology 

A.B. in Ed., A.M., University of Florida; Ph.D., University 

of North Carolina; Guilford College since 1951. 

ROBERT M. DINKEL 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Sociology 
A.B., Notre Dame; A.M., University of Minnesota; Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina; Guilford College since 1951. 



GR.\DY E. LOVE 

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

Director of the Greensboro Division of Cuilford College 

and Professor of Education 
B.S., Western Carolina Teachers College; M.A., Univeristy 
o{ North Carolina; Ph.D., University of North Carolina; 
Guilford College since 1953. 

HERBERT T. APPENZELLER 

A.B., M.A. 

Director of Athletics 

A.B., Wake Forest College; M.A., Wake Forest College; 

Guilford College since 1956. 

ERNESTINE COOKSTON MILNER 
A.R., B.S. in ED., A.M. 
Professor of Psychology 
A.B., Miami University; B.S. in Ed., Miami University; 
M.A. Wellesley College; Graduate Study at Ohio State 
Universitv and Columbia Universit\'; Guilford College 
since 1930. 

J. CURT VICTORIUS 
Dr. Pol. Econ. (Hamburg) 
Professor of Economics and Business Administration 
Graduate Stud\' at Friedrich Wilhelm Uni\'ersity of Berlin; 
Graduate School of Business Administration, Berlin; Uni- 
versity of Berne; Dr. Pol. Econ., University of Hamburg; 
Pos-doctoral Study and Research, Columbia University; 
Uni\'ersity of North Carolina, Case Institute of Tech- 
nology, and Duke Uni\ ersit>-; Guilford College since 1940. 

E. DARYL KENT 

A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 
Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Religion and 

and Philosophy 
A.B., Guilford College; B.D., Hartford Theological Semi- 
imar\ ; Ph.D., Columbia Universitv; Guilford College since 
1939. 

KATHARINE C. RICKS 

B.S., A.B. 

Librarian Emeritus 

B.S., C:uilford College; Graduate Study, School of Library 

Science, Columbia Uni\'ersitv; A.B., Guilford College; 

Guilford College since 1922. ' 



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CHARLES N. OTT 

A.M., M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Citemistry 

A.B., William Penn College; M.S. and Ph.D., University 

of Iowa; Guilford College 1926-192S, and since 1944. 

HAROLD M. BAILEY 
A.B., M.Ed. 

Associalc Professor of Education 
A.B., Grove City College; M.Ed., Pennsylvania State Col- 
lege; Graduate Study, Pennsylvania State College and 
University of Wisconsin; Guilford College since 1948. 

CARL C. BAUMBACH 
B.M., M.M. 

Associate Professor of Music 
Study at Conservatory of Music, Kassel, Germany; B.M., 
M.M. in Theory, Eastman School of Music; Graduate 
Study in Musicology, Eastman School of Music and Uni- 
versity of Rochester; Guilford College since 1950. 

STUART T. MAYNARD 

A.B., M.E. 

Director of Men's Phijsical Education 

A.B., Guilford College; M.E., University of North Carolina; 

Guilford College since 19.50. 

DAVID B. STAFFORD 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Sociolop.y 
A.B., Guilford College; A.M., Haverford College; Graduate 
Study, Columbia University, LTniversity of North Carolina; 
Ph.D., Duke University; Guilford College since 1946. 

HIRAM H. HILTY 
A.B., B.D. 

Associate Professor of Spanish 
A.B., Bluffton College; B.D., Hartford Theological Semi- 
nary; Graduate Studv, National University of Mexico; 
Guilford College since 1948. 

CARROLL S. FEAGINS 

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

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

A.B., Duke University; M.A., University of Michigan; 

Ph.D., Northwestern University; Guilford College since 

1946. 

EDWARD E. TERRELL 

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

Associate Professor of Biology 

A.B., Wilmington College; M.S., Cornell University; Ph.D., 

University of Wisconsin; Guilford College since 1956. 

CHAUNCEY B. IVES 
B.A., LL.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 
B.A., Yale University; L.L.B., Harvard LTniversity: M.A., 
University of North Carolina; Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina; Guilford College since 1957. 



J. FLOYD MOORE 

A.B., B.D. 

Associate Professor of Biblical Literature and Religion 

A.B., Guilford College; B.D., Hartford Theological Semi- 
nary; Graduate Study, Pendle Hill, Haverford, Columbia 
University; Union Theological Seminary; Boston Univer- 
sity; Guilford College since 1944. 

E. KIDD LOCKARD 

A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Economics and Business 
A.B., Glenville State College, W. Va.; A.M., West Vir- 
ginia University; Graduate Study at Western Reserve 
LTniversity and The .American LTniversitv'; Guilford Col- 
lege since 1958. 

EDNA L. WEIS 
A.B.. B.S. in Ed., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 

A.B., Ohio State University; B.S., In Ed., Ohio State Uni- 
versity; M.A., Ohio State Lhii\ersity; Guilford College 
since 1946. 

MILDRED MARLETTE 

A.B., M.A. 

Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of English 

A.H., Guilford College; M.A., LTniversity of North Caro- 
lina; Guilford College since 1948. 

EDWARD F. BURROWS 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of History 

A.B., Washington and Lee LTniversity; M.A., Duke LTni- 
versit\'; Ph.D., LTniversity of Wisconsin; Guilford College 
since 1948. 

MILDRED FARROW 

B.S. in Ed., B.S. in L.S., M.S. in L.S. 
Assistant Librarian 

B.S. in Ed., Ashcxille Normal and Teachers College; B.S. 
in L.S., Peabody Library School; M.S. in L.S., University 
of North Carolina; Guilford College since 1949. 

ALMA MARTIN 
M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
Agricultural College, St. Petersburg, Russia; Graduate 
Study at Tartu (Dorpat) Estonia; NI.S.. Iowa State Col- 
lege; Graduate Studv at Cornell; Guilford College since 
1949. 

TREVA WILKERSON MATHIS 
A.B. 

Assistant Librarian 
.\.B., Woman's College, LTniversity of North Carolina; 
Guilford College since 1950. 



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THOMAS J. MOORE 
B.A., MA. 

Assistant Professor of Business Administrntipn and 
Secretarial Studies 
B.A. in Education. .\riz(ina State College; M..\.. in Educa- 
tion, Arizona State College; Guilford College since 1933. 

GAY H. SPIVEY 
B.E., B.S. in L.S. 
Assistant Librarian 
B.E.. Woman's College, University of North Carolina: 
B.S., in L.S., Uni\ersity of North Carolina; Guilford Col- 
lege since 19.55. 

ANN FLEMING DE.AGON 
A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Languages 
A.B., Birmingham Southern College; M.A., University of 
North Carolina; Ph.D., Uni\ersity of North Carolina; Guil- 
ford College since 1956. 

DONALD D. DEACON 
A.B., MA. 

Assistant Professor of Englisli 
.A.B., Birminglunn Soiifhern College; M.A., Uni\ersity of 
North Carolina; Guilford College since 19.56. 

BILL LEE YATES 
A.B.. M.E. 
Aeting Registrar and Assistant Professor of Education 
A.B., Guilford College; ^LE., Univcrsit\- of North Caro- 
lina; Guilford College since 19.57. 

OSCAR MAURICE POLHEMUS 

A.B., A.M., S.T.B., Th.D. 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 

A.B., Indiana L^niversity; A.M., Indiana Uni\crsit\-; S.T.B., 

Boston Uniscrsity; Th.D. in Pastoral Ps\chology, Boston 

Uni\ersit\-; Guilford College since 1957. 

[OSEPH STUART DEVLIN. ]R. 

B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Economies and Business 

Administration 

B.S., West Virginia Wcsle\an Uni\ersit\ ; M.S., Uni\ersit\' 

of South Carolina; Guilford College since 19.57. 

EUGENE H, THOMPSON, JR. 
A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of French 
A.B., Universit\' of Kcnfucl^\■: A.M., Uni\crsit\ of Ken- 
tucky; Graduate Stud\ .it Diikc Uni\iTsity; Guilford Col- 
lege since 19.58. 

GERALD W. VANCE 
A.B., S.T.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Pstjchologii 
AW. Olii., \\rsl,\;,n; S.T.B., Bost.iu l'ni\crsit\; A.M., 
UlM\e,slt\ ol Cnniie.lHut; Gulllord College snwv 19,59. 



PAUL E. ZOPF, JR. 
B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Sociology 
B.S., L'ni\ersit\' of Connecticut; M.S., University of Flori- 
da; Guilford College since 1959. 

MAXINE K. LJUNG 
B.M., A.M. 

Instructor in Piano 
B.M., Uni\ersit\- of Wisconsin; M..\., Universitv of Wis- 
consin; Guilford College 19.35-,39 and since 19.54. 

LIGIA D. HUNT 
B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Spanish 
B.A., Puerto Rico; M.-\., Columbia Uni\ersit\'; Guilford 
College since 1935. 

MARY B. FEAGINS 

A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in German and French 

.'^.B., Goncher, with junior year of study in Germany; 

M..\.. Duke Uni\ersit\ ; Guilford College since 1956. 

MARY CATHERINE UPCHURCH 

B.S. 

Instructor in Plu/sical Education 

B.S., Woman's College, University of North Carolina; 

Guilford College since 1957. 

JERRY M. SMYRE 
A.B., A.M. 

Instructor in Music 
A.B., Elon College; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia 
LTniversity; Graduate Study at American Conservatory, 
Font;unIileau, France; Guilford College since 1958. 

EVALEEN BROOKE JONES 
A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Matliematics 
A.B., LIniversit\' of Tennessee; M,.^., Universitv of Ten- 
nessee; Graduate Stud\' at Pendle tlill; Guilford College 
since 1958. 

KATHLI'EN W. BARTLETT 

B.S., M.S. 

Iiistru( tor in C.eograplu/ and Xatural Science 

B.S.. l'ni\irsit\ of Leeds, England; M.S., Universitv of 

Leeds, Engkmd; Guilford College since 19.59. 

GWEN REDDECK 
B.S. 

Inslruclor in W'mncn's Plii/sicid Education mid Director 

of S(iei(d anil Ricrcafinnal Actiiitics 
B.S., High Point College; f:uilford College since 1959. 

SOPHHONIA JOYCE PERRY 
A.B. 

Inslruclor in W'onuii's Plu/sicid Education j 

A.B.. i:ion College; Guilford College since 1959. 



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The year in which the student is a candidate for a degree is indicated h\ the date following each name. The dormi- 
t()r\- in which the student li\es is indicated h\- the letter or letters, just preceding the date, as follows: .'^-Archdale Hall, 
C— Cox Hall, D— Day Student (with local address listed if different from home address), E— English Hall, I"— Founders 
Hall, MH— Mar\- Hobbs Hall, S-Shore Hall. .\ll addresses are North Carolina unless otherwise indicated. 



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ALLEN. JERRY REX. Rl. S, Bus 6.30. Greensboro 
ALBRIGHT. KENNETH WASHINGTON, Bt. 1, Box 479, Valde 
ALDEBFEB, .MILTON CROSS. 481 1 Winston Rd., Gre.-nsh.iro 
ALEXANDER, BRENDA LOUISE, 1.37 Vetemns Dr., Ht. 7. 

Burlington 
ALLEN, JUDITH ANN, 4310 Colesville Rd.. Hyattsvill-. Md. 
ALLRED, MARCUS DANIEL. Hamptonville 
ALMAGUER. MIRIAM MARGARET, 2424 N.W. 7th CI., 



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ANDERSON. JAMES MILTON, Murfreesbnro, 209 E. High Street 
ANDERSON. JOSEPH BRADLEY, 103 Wedgedale Bd., Greensbor. 
ANDBEW. CHABLES DAVID. 1111 English St., Greensboro 
ANDBEWS, EMILY ADBENE, Bt. 2, Box .534, Goldsboro 
ANSELL. JANE PATBONA, 18 James St., Huntingtio Sla.. 

Lone Island. N.Y. MH 1963 

APPLE. WILLIAM KENT. 4316 Princeton Ave., Greensboro D 1962 

ARCHER. RICHARD HUNTER, JR., Pilot Mountain, P.O. Box 323 C 1963 

ARONSON. MICHAEL J.. 82-17 Grenfell St., New Gardens 1.5, N.Y. C 1963 

ASHLEY. GEORGE NORMAN. Roseboro A 1963 

ATKINS. LAURA FAYE. Rl. 3. Ml. Airv MH 1960 

ATKINSON, FRANK BUTNER. JR., Bethnne. S. C, A 1963 

ATHINSON. SARAH BUTNER. Belhune. S.C. F 196(1 

ATWELL, ALAN GEORGE. Ill Forestdale Dr.. Greensboro D 1961 

AYERS, ROBEBT DICK, JB.. Pleasant Garden C 1963 

BADCLEY. DONALD, Box 8082, Greensboro D Spec. 

BAILEY DOROTHY ANNETTE. Box 838.5, Guilford College D 1961 
BAILEY, FRANK RICH VRD. TR.. 5111) Rrookview Dr.. 

Washington 16 11 i ' C 1962 

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BAKER. BRODIE BURL. |H . Kt 2. Wemlill 
BAKER. CHARLES NOH.MAN, 421 H.impton Ave., Pickens, S 
BALDWIN, WILLIAM TRY'ON. JB.. 1310 Gluyas Rd.. A,shel 
BALLARD, ROBERT AUGUSTS, 1607 Wright Ave., Greensbi 
BALLWEG, GAIL PATRICIA, 86-19 Union Turnpike. 

Glendale 27, N. Y. 
BANNIGAN. EDWARD VINCENT, 114 S. William St., 

Johnstown, N. V. 
BANNING. BETTY JO, 7312 Baylor Ave., College Park. Md. 
BARACK. PETEB MARTIN. 365 Twin Lane, S., Wanlag.t, N 
BARBEE, AUDREY THOMAS. JR.. Rt. 4, Box 14, Durham 
BABHAM, BOBBY LEE, Guilford College 
BABKER. SUE ELLEN. 106 Northridge St., Greensboro 
BARKER, WILMA RUTH. Rt. 1. Box 207, Greensboro 
BABKLEY, CARL ADOLPHUS. 2445 W.irwick Rd., Winston- 
BARNES. ANN MARIE, Ivor, V.i. 

BABNES, THOMAS EUGENE. 135 McArthur St., Asheboro 
BARR, JOHN HAMILTON. 1409 Garland Dr.. Greensboro 
BARRINGER. FRED DEWARD. 204 Macv St.. Greensboro 
BARROW. GEORGE DANIEL. 3621 Holfs Chapel Rd., Greei 
BARROW, RAMONA. Rt. 3. Goldsboro 

BARWICK. ANN LOUISE, 905 E. Walnut St.. Goldsboro 
BATCHELOR. GEORGE HEARD, JR., 414 S. Chapman St., 

Greensboro 
BAUGHAM, P.ATRICIA ANN, 607 Ridge Top Rd., Richmond 
BAUM, ERMA LEE, 915 Walnut St., Winston-Salem 
BEAN, MARTHA SUE. East Bend (527 College Rd., Greensbc 
BECK. JOSEPH BBOWN, Rt. 1. Thomasville 
BECKER. PHYLLIS LOUISE, 8204 Cadwalader Ave., 

Elkins Park Pa. 
BELL, NEREUS' DONALD, 612 E. Walnul St., Goldsboro 
BENJAMIN, GEORGE HENRY', JR., 1S5H Wolfe, Little Rock, 
BENSON, BBIAN JOSEPH, Rt. 1, Box 111, Leaksville 
BENSON, NEIL C, 505 Woodvale Dr.. Greensboro 
BERGER. ROBERT DANIEL. 837 Childs Ave., Drexel Hill. 

or Apt. D., 501 University Dr., Greensboro 
BERGMEN, ELIZABETH SIMPSON, 405 Muir's Chapel Rd., 

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BLACKWELL, DONALD RAY, 1217 Magnolia St.. Greensboro 
BLAIR, HORACE HUGH, 4805 Friendly Rd.. Greensboro 
BLOOM, ARTHUR WILLIAM, JR.. 8 North Ave.. Wvncol 
BOLES. JOHNNY JAMES, Box 37 Pinnacle 
BOLLARD. GEORGIANA. 1 Wavne Ave., Stony Point, N.Y. 
BOLLENBACH, DOROTHY CHRISTINE. 99 Elm St., West Oi 

N. J. 
BOONIN. ROBEBT FRANCIS. 65 Woodcock Lane. Levittown, I 
BOOSE. NONA GALE. Rt. 1. Lewisville 

BOBEN. WILLIAM CLEMENT. IV, 1912 Lafayette Ave. Greer 
BOUBDAREAU, GINETTE. 725 N.E. 17th Way 



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. \RD. JR., 609 Longview St., Greensbo 



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CRUTCHFIELD. RYAN CAPEBTON, 1161/2 Tate St., Greensboro 
CUBRAN. WILLIAM BARGER. 1117 Hill St., Greensboro 
CUTLER. SAMUEL HORTON. Box 243. Vanceboro 



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DAMERON. BARRY ERIC. Rt. 
DANLEY. MARY FRANCES, Rt, 
DARNELL. ELIZABETH LOYD, Rt 



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DEANS, CHRISTINE HALL, Guilford College 

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DECKERT, ROBERT JOHN', 743 C.innil 
DENT, GARY CASWELL, Rt. 6, Riidsvi 
DEW. MARGARET ELEANOR. 2111 We 



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DICKSOX. CATHERI.VE TAYLOR. IIOS Mamnu-I Rd„ Grecnshiiro 
DOBBIN'S, JACK NH\,\, Sl,5 Jefffrson Rd.. Greensboro 
DOBY, SHERRILL WAY'XE, Rt. 1. Bos 89. Thomasville 
DODSO.V. JAMES MAXLEY, Rt. 1. Jamestown 
DOXEVAXT. LIXCOLN XAPOLEOX, 520 S, Broad St„ 

Winston-Salem 
DOTTEX, MICHAEL ALBERT, 77 Blackhawk Dr.. 

Park Forest. IlL 
DOUXI.XG. MELBOURXE THOMAS LESLIE. JR., 400 

Timonnim Rd.. Tnnonnim. Md.. or Gnilford Collene 
DOYLE, CLAUDE ELLIOTT, Rt. 3. Martinsville. Va. 
DRAKE. SUSAN PRICILLA, 1310 J.rckson Rd.. Gastonia 
DRIVER, WILLIAM LLOYD, Box 8263. Cuiltord Collece 
DURHAM. RAYMOXD MOXROE. Box 267. Siler Cit>- 

ECHOLS. WALTER CABELL, JR.. 400 E. Bragg St., Greensboro 
EDGERTOX, DAVID ALLISOX, 10,5 N, Andrews Ave.. Goldsboro 
EDMOXSTOX. MARCIA AXX. 1312 31st N. W.. Washington, D. C, 

or 207 X. R.dciwaN Dr.. Greensboro 
EDWARDS, ROXALD \IXCEXT. 108 W. Broad St., Murfreesboro 
ELDER. J.imes Windlp, 38081,2 Sminycrest Ave.. Greensboro 
ELDER. MARY FRANCES. Banner Elk 
ELKS. JIMMY HILDRED. 2411 Johnson Dr., High Point 
ELLIOrl, FORBES, 65 Seven Bridges, Chappaqua, ,\, Y. 
EI I I^ I'llli '} >l DREN, Rt. 5. Goldsboro, or c/o R, F. Chandler, 



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FALKOFF. MARTIN ALAN, 4416 17th Ave.. Brooklyn 4. N. Y. 
FARROV\, MILDRED HAYWARD, Bos 8242, Guilford College 
FAULK. EMMITT BOBBITT. 1806 M.ulison Ave., Greensboro 
FAY. TEMPLE HAROLD. 78 Paradise Rd., Swampscott, Mass. 
FEXTZKE, PAUL ROBERT, 209 Aberdeen Terrace, Greensboro 
FERGUSOX. BREXDA FAVE, Rt. 2. Liberty 
FIDDLER. LITA CAROL. 260-75 Union Tpke., Bos 91, Glen Oak 

Flor.il Park. Queens. X.Y. 
FINGADO. PRUDEXCE SUE. 275 E. Franklin Tpke.. 

Ho-IIo-Kus, N. J, 
FLIXCHUM, BILLY EDWIX, Rt. 2, Suramerfield 
FLIPPIX. BILLY AXDREW, Rt. 3, Stuart. Va, 
FLOWERS, ALBERT FRAXKLIX, 307-A Broad St.. Wilson 
FOGLEMAX. JAMES RAY. 1810 Villa Dr.. Greensboro 
FOLTZ. LARRY EUGENE. 136 L.iundale 



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FOSTER. B Mill II lp\s\l;li ,i ' i. (■ ' - ,,, X. J. 

FOSTER. S\Mill\ \\\. ill 1 I' I.I.I'. M Ml. I Citv 
FOl'XTMX, sn \HI 111 IMilX, 111 I l!..> fil, Hmh Point 
FRlMll-Hi.i , ll\s\n H..» sis:, I. .1,11.., 'I Inllege 
FROSI, Mills ] IS. IIFI: 1117 s ll„„ \,,., Greensboro 
FULK. s \\l\n Ii ll'. Hi I, I'll..! M.,n,il.iiii 
FULTON, PHlLLil' DAHRELL. ,S()2 Fpmdalc Dr., High Point 
FULTOX. WESLEY GROOME. JR.. 802 Ferndale Dr.. High Pc.i 
FUQUAY. THOMAS RAYMOND, Rt. 1, Siinimerfield 

GABRIEL. CAROLYN WILKIXSON. 104 Wedgedale. Greensbori 
GAIXEY. ASHLEY DOAXNE. Rt. 1, Goldsboro. 

or 5400 Friendly Rd. 
GAI.LIMORE. REBECCA JAME LANIER, Bos 8621 

Guilford College 
GARCIA, LUCIA, Freses No. 2. Holguin, Oriente, Cuba 
GARDNER. EVA BUTLER, 3911 Clifton Rd.. Greensiboro 
GARNER. PATRICIA LEE. 1694 E. Ash St., Goldsboro 
GIBBS. PATRICIA AXX. Manteo 
GILES, FIIWARO MFPFDITH, 39 I..-rinv:irdrn RH. Darien Con 

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GRAY. RUSSELL STAXFORD. 9,30 Wilson St.. Roanoke apids 
CEEXE. JANICE MARIE. Rl. 3. Bos 277. Asheboro 
GREENWOOD. MARY SIXCLAIR, Bos 209. St.itesvill,- 
GREGORY, WADE WAYNE, Rt. 1. Bos 161. Union Grove 
GRIFFIN. JOSEPH WAYNE. 906 Courtland St., Greensboro 

Greensboro 
CURLEY. NESTUES HANNIBAL. JR., 1341 Seminole Dr. 

HACKNEY. GLENN BURKE. JR.. 109 Muirs Chapel Rd.. Grcensl 
HACKXEV. PATTIE SUE. 5604 Maple St.. Guilford College 
HAIL. DALE KENNETH. Ros 8391. Guilford College 
IIM.I m\VHi\ GREY. 424 N. Spring St.. Greensboro 
HAI.I l;iil;li;l slll-HWOOl). 12 Chdcsdale Rd.. 



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HANNAH, JAMES HUNT. III. 1907 Madison As 
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HARRELL. LEON JACKSON, 1510 E. Holly St„ Goldsboro 
HARRIS, WILLIAM AUBREY. Bos 105, Kitty Hawk. 

or 1519 Wilden PI., Greensboro 
II.\RTSELL, THOMAS JEFFERSON. Rt. 2, Bos 508, Concord 
HASKIX, HAROLD DUKE, 3000 W, Market St., Greensboro 
11\\\(IRT1I. BEVERLY SUE. 213 Edgedale Dr., High Point 
11 \ WORTH. BROOKS HARPER. 846 Watson Aye.. Winston-Salcn 
IIAWORTII. MARGARET EXGLISH. Bos 1551, High Point 
HAWORTH. MARJORIE XELL, 213 Edgedale Dr. 

Bos 5166, Hicli Piiiiil 
IIAYWORTH, VICKI KRISTIXE. 508 Sunset Dr., High Point 
IIEDRICK, KENNI'TIl RRAIX. 704 Chandler St., High Point 
HELTOX, STEPHEN GLADSTONE, Bnv 74, Yadkinville 
HENDRICKS, WILLIAM n.\NIEL, R( 4, Hiuh Point 
HENLEY, KENNETH WAYNE, Bos S332, Guilford College 
HENLEY. RODNEY, « ALTOX, 4633 L,.sKs Dr., Winston-Sale 
HERITAGE, ELIZABETH BELL, 211 Eric Rd., Miillica Hill, X. J, 
IIERRIX, MICKEY ALEXAXDER, Bos 194, Monroe 
HEWLETT, JOHX ALDEX. 26 Centre St„ Woodmere, N. Y, 
HILL. lERRY GLENN, Rt, 2, Tnnitv 

HILTY, HIR.\M HOR.-\CE, 1509 N.ithan Hunt Rd., Greensboro 
HINSH.VW, HOWARD THOM \s Il,„ si:.'i Colfcnl College 
HODGES. BOBBY IRVIX, H.o .ir \ . .. mimi Ii...„I1v Rd, 
HOLLAND. LARRY WHn I IJ I 1 1 i, ..^horo 

HIlLLOWAY, BOB GREER. I "- ' ' . . .j.' 

HOLMES, JAMES HAROLD, Hi : H..n i:i. I|.ill..rd 
HOLMES, RALPH LAXE, 2SI9 Rolunbood Dr., Ci.ensboro 
HOLT. MAX DAVID. Rt. 1. Julian 

HOMER. FRED KLEIXZ. 25 E. Walnut Ave., Merchantville, N. J 
HONEYCUTT. THOMAS DALTON. 1215 Brookstown Ave. 

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IIOXEYCITT. WILLIAM MURRAY. Oak Ridge. Bos 195 
HORR, ELLEX. 2129 Miehlelhwaite, Portsmouth, Ohio 
IHDSOX. HARLAX JAMES. 314 MidKand Ave,, Wayne, Pa. 
HUFFMAN. imiN EDW MID 119 H. dford St.. Lexington, Mass. 

HUNDLEY. I \Hill IVWI s \ . Il,,„ie 3 

HUNTER, lAHiill. r \1 I I I. • M.iuntain 

HUNTER, 11 \Hiil I ' \ III ■ ' . ■ I 1 .111 

HUNTER, lAi Is I 11 . Hi . > ... t . .1. ec 

HUPFER, GUYNNL LANDlNt,, 24..,.j \\.,;k.r Ave,, Winston-Salei 
HURD, LLOYD BEXFORD, 200 Calhoun St., Galas, Va. 

IDOL. MANYON LANDIS, Rt, 3, Winston-Salem 

IRVINE, ELLIOTT WTOR. Ill Watts St,. Apt. 14. Durham 

ISAACS. PATRICIA ANN, Rt, 3, Mt, Airy 

JACKSON, ROBERT CARSOX, 5401 Friendly Rd., Greensboro 
JAMES, H\ROLD. 102 Rodin Rd., Virginia Beach, Va, 
JEXKTNS, 11^1 SCOTT sS07 Williams Dr„ Guilford College 
JENNINGS. IHNlll llilsi il|.\ li.Msville, 110 Vienna Road 
JEXNIM.s IFHIl'i riliiM\s li..s 762, Greens'boro 
JENSFN nWIP \ir, IS I I s M.iin St.. Reidsville 
JESSt r. ( \Hilll\l 1 I HHII . ISII7 Friendly Rd.. Greensboro 
JESTER. MORRIS 1 I'SHUH, Box S322, King St„ Guilford College 
lOBE, GEORGE HENRY, 4(101 Redherrs Rd„ Greensboro 
JOHNSON, CHARLES WALTER, 2412 Walker Ave,. Greensboro 
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KRAUSS. LINDA CAROLINE. 46 Wyatt Rd. 
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LAIDO EVE, 394 Kings H«-v., Wyandotte, Mich. 

LAMB. WALTER MERRITT. 519 N. Mendenhall St., Gree 

LANCASTER, JAMES HOWARD, 1112 Sam Lions Trail 

Martinsville. Va. or Guilford College 
LANCASTER, .MARIANNE RUTLEDGE, 242.5 Patria St. 

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LARGE, OLIVER CLIFFORD, JR.. 2202 S. Elm St.. C. 



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LASLEV. WILLIAM KENNON. 1612 Wright Ave.. Greensbt 
LAUDENSLAGER. LOIS FERN. 525 Somerset Ave.. 

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LAWSON. CATHERINE BELINDA. Box 308. Kmg 
LA.XTON. HENRY ALLEN. 673 Elk Spur St., Elkm 
LAYTON, KENNETH EUGENE, 220S Yeasley St Greensboro 
LEONARD, EDWARD STEELE, 110 Fisher Ferry St., Thomasvi 
LEONARD, JIMMIE GLENN, 912 Circle Dr., Greensboro 
LESTER, CHARLES HENRY, Pine Hall 
LEWIS. LEONARD. 22 Rock Lane. Levittown. N. 1. 
LEXTON. BARRY MARSHALL. 7014 Stanton Ave. 

Philadelphia 50. Pa .. , . , 

MNEBERGER. BARBARA JO. 120 E. Chestnut St.. L.ncolnt. 
LINEBERGER. LINDA ELIZABETH. 120 E. Chestnut St. 



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LITTLE, CHARLES ALLEN, 711 East Mai 

LITTLE. ETHEL ANNE, 309 Eugene St, 

LITTLE. ROBERT MAX. 1022 Blair St.. 

LJUNG. KAREN KIRCH. Guilford College 

LJUNG. ROGER LEE, 132 E. Fisher Ave,, Greensboro 

LOEFFLER, PETER DOWDELL, 6 Pondfield Drive, South 

Chappaqua, N. Y. 
I.OMAX. FRED MONROE, HI, Box 8153, Guilford College 
LOFTIS, CHRISTINE STOLIZA, 215 S. Spring St., Greensboro 
LONG, HAROLD JOHNSON, Box 43, Yadkinville 
LONG, JAMES ALFRED, Box 231, Yadkinville 
LOMMIS, ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE. 136 Alexander Ave 

Upper Montclair. N. J. 
LOUNSBURY. DORIS LEE. Rt. 1. Salem. N. J. 
LOVELL. ROBERT REES. Bt. 1. Canterbury. Conn. 
LOWE. JOHN BARBETTE. 3304 Yancevville Rd,. Greensboro 
LOWRY. CHARLES FRANKLIN. 213 Komer St.. Mt. Airy 
LUIDE. MAI LllS. Box 8056. Guilford College 



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McCLELLAN. RALPH EDWARD. Rt. 1. Box 45, Guilford 
McCOLLUM, BERKLEY WAYNE, Rt. 2. Madison 
McCOLLUM. LAWRENCE EVERETTE. Rt. 4. Reidsville 
McCORKlNDALE. DOUGLAS JAMES. 1326 Glade St. 



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McCOY. ANNIE MAE. Rt. 1. Box 85 Sylva 
McCULLEN, DETTS TAYLOR. Rt. 5. i3oldsboro 
McCURRY. JOHN FRANCIS. 108 W. Greenwav, S.. Greensbor( 
McCURRY. WILLIAM THOMAS. 108 W. Greenwav. S.. Greensl 
McFARLAND. BETTY LOU. Rt. 1. Box 155. Aberdeen 
McGEE. GARY DON. 124 Church St.. Kernersville 
McGUIRE. MARGARET WOODSON. Box 8135. Guilford Colic 
McKEE. ROBERT LEACH. Friendly Rd.. Greensboro 
McLAREN. MARGARET DYKES. Rt. 17. Knoxville. Tenn. 
McMILLIAN. HUBERT LEE. 418 Hay St.. Mt. Airv 

or Box 8633, Guilford College 
McNEAL, EARL X'ERNON, 124 Chesterfield Rd.. Hampton. 

or 3402 High Point Rd.. Greensboro 
McNEELY. RICHARD DELANO, 309 S. Chapman St., Greei 
McNEELY, ROBERT FRANKLIN, 309 S. Chapman St., Greens 
MACEY, WADE THOMAS, Box 8523, Guilford College 
MACKENZIE, CAROL SUE, 107 Rosalind St., Lafayette, La. 
MADER, BALAZS WILLIAM, 1405 Minosa Dr., Greensbon 
MALLARD, EDGAR YELVERTON. Rt. 2, Fremont 
MALLARD. MERLE GRAHAM, 217 N. College St., Wallace 
MANESS, JAMES HORACE, Southern Pilgrim College 



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MANNING, ISABEL TAYLOR, Rt. 2, Summerfield 
MARCH, MILLS ARNOLD, Rt. 2. Holland, Va. 
MARECEK. KAREL FRANTISEK. 32 Catawba St.. Belmc 
MARKS, RICHARD BARRY, 566 E. Chester St.. Long Beac 
MARSH. LINDA JANE. 2307 Mavwood St.. Greensboro 
MARSHALL. MILDRED MAE, Box 73, White Plains 
MARTIN, JOSEPH BARRY, Rt. 1, Stokesdale 
MASON, HELEN GAYE, Oriental 
MASON, PHILIP MINOR, 1807 Big Cove Rd., S. E. 

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MATHEWS.JANHEBURFORD, 605 Forrest Ave., High Poi 
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MATTHEWS. RONALD LEE, 427 15th St.. N.E.. Winston-Salem D ige' 

MEDFORD. BOBBY LEE. Box 114, Sophia D Grad 

MERONEY. JOHN STANLEY. 1211 N. Cleveland. Arlington. Va C 1960 

MERTZ. RUTH ANN. 116 Beech St.. Fleetwood, Pa. S 1961 

MILLER. KENNETH JAY, 3800 Dogwood Dr., Greensboro D 1963 



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NAPOLIELLO, RICHARD VINCENT, 449 N. Arlington Ave., E 

Orange N.fl J., or Apt. D., 501 University Dr., Greensboro 
NAYLOR rilRISTOrilFR LEETE, 109 Church Warden's Rd. 



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MIS. i\ II I IK LOVERE. 158 D.ihs.m St.. Kernersville 
MlSdS kl WF.TH ROGER. 1500 Talley St.. Greensb 
NFUI.IN lAMKS CLARK.SON. Box S345. Guilford Collec 
NFWLIN \I \RV LINDA. Rt. 1, Box 119-E. London Bridge 
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O'BRIANT. LILLIAN IRENE BURROW, Box 8501 

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O'BRIANT THOMAS LORENZO, Box 8501. Guilford College 
O'DANIEL, ROBERT WOODROW, 1303 E. Mulberry SI. 

Goldsboro 
O'HARA, BARRY EDWARD, 53 Mountain Ave., Summit, N. J. 
OPAUSKI. CARL, 98 Kansas Ave., Portsmouth. Va. 
ORB. SARA ANN, Trimly. Box 3S 

OSBORNE. DONALD LEE. 3731 Oakwood Dr., Greensboro 
OTWELL, RONNIE COBLE, 1404 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro 

PARISH. GEORGE ROBERT. 1206 Hertford St., Greensboro 
PARKER ORIS I rsTFli n.>x 111, Cllecr Rd.. Guilford College 
PARKER, HONMP Mil US !7ii7 n\\\SON AVE., Greensboro 
PARKER, WIIIIWI loMiMi 1'-,^ Jn'i George 
PARKS. HON ALP Willi I II liiiis l.li.i^.in Rd.. Greensboro 
PARRY. MAHV k\rilin\. \" f i~l \l mi St.. Moorestown, N, J. 
PASCHAL. ERNEST MONROE. JH . 4323 Harvard Ave. 

PASSES. GEORGE A., Box 8592. Guilford College 
PATTERSON. ROBERT STANTON, 604 Highland Dr. 

Baltimore 12. Md. 
PAUL MACK ALLEN. HI. Aurora, or Box 8411, Guilford College 
PAUL. RICHARD STEPHEN. 8018 Mansfield Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa, 
PAYNE, HELEN JAYNE, 212 Kensington Rd., Greensboro 
PAVNE. KERMIT ARMFIELD. 3221 Summit \ve., Greensboro 
PELL, lAMES EDDIE. Main St.. Pilot Mountain 
PELL. PATRICIA ANN. Main St., Pilot Mountain 
PENDRY, JAMES DALTON. Rt. 3. Yadkinville 
PETREE, MARGARET ANN. 419 Ward St.. Graham 
PETTY. GEORGE STERLING. JR.. 3726 Oakwood Dr., Greensboro 
PFAU, FRANK RICHARD, Rt. 3. Sussex, N. J. 
PHILLIPS. ROBERT DALE. Rt 2, Kernersville 
PHILLIPS. SARA LOU. 324 Cherry St., Mt. Airy 
PIIII.Lirs, TllO\HS FDWARD. 2309 Urban St., Winston-Salem 
rirkl\ |lill\ MUSIS, White Plains 

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nils PI I \| \H \\ |)| \\, 901 New Garden Rd., Guilford College 
niMlIK IWlls II Mil II, D, Box 8441, Guilford College 
POOLE, lAMES IKVIN. Box 412 Dodson 

POOLE, MAURICE FEES. HI. 811 Wnodbrook Dr.. Guilford College 
POPLIN. MELVIN GERALD, Box 8261, Guilford College 
POWERS, CARSON CRAIG, 206 N. Hall Ave., High Point 
PRATT, CHARLES ALEXANDER, JR., 620 Park Ave., Greensboro 
PRATT, LI rv ( ASS.WIIHA, 620 Park Avenue, Greens'boro 
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REECE. WILLIA.M (.:AKE^ . lb. Box 187, Woodland 

REID, THEODORE STAPLES, Lincoln, Va. 

RHOADS, WILLIAM EVANS, 108 School Bd., Alapocas 

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RICE. DAVID. 325 Arbor Rd., Winston-Salem 
RICE, MANFRED EDWIN. 405 N. Mendenhall St., Gre. 
RICHMAN. PRISCILLA PANCOAST. Daretown Rd. 

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SISK. MARY STARR. Box 17. White Plains Station, Mt. 

SKIVER. PAUL JAMES. 603 ,5th Ave 

SMITH. CAROL FRANCES. 

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SMITH. PENELOPE LEE. 523 C..teuo..d Ave. High Poir 
SMITH. WILLIAM BRAY. Box 342. Guilford College 
SNELL. WILLIAM MONSEES. 188 W. Hudson kye. 

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SNIPES. ROBERT FRANKLIN. 1910 Ta\lor St., 
SNOW, CHARLES WILLI \M. 312 S. Aveock St.. 
SNOW. HENRY FRAXKLIX. JR.. 316 Fairf.ix Dr.. Win- 
SPEAR. MICHAEL MAYO. Box Sl<4k. Guilford College 
SPON'E. STEEX HOLST. Gvlden Holms Alle 2, Gentofte 

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STBEB. BARTHOLOMEW ANDREW. 1217 Briarcliff Rd. 

STROUD. BARBARA JOAN. 19 Theodore Ave.. Maple Shad, 
STUCKEY. JANICE MAY. Rt. 1. Box 42. Guilford 
STUTTS, JAMES ALLEN. 2402 Johnson Dr., High PoinI 
SUITER, CHRISTOPHER ALAN. 408 Stacy St., Raleigh 
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MRS. HENRY DAVIS 

A FRIEND 

COBLE SPORTING GOODS COMPANY, INC. 

MR. AND MRS. J. S. BUNKER 

MR. AND MRS. R. E FOLTZ, JR. 

A FRIEND 

GILLIAM FLORIST 

MR. AND MRS. LEWIS L. MERTZ 

ROBERT D. BERGER 

DR. AND MRS. HOWARD Q. L. LITTLE 

MR. AND MRS. R. L. KRAUSS 

MR. AND .MRS. VINCENT A. NAPOLIELLO 

MADISON THROWING CO., INC. 

Madison. North Carolina 

THE BANK OF STONEVILLE 

Stoneville, North Carolina 

MR AND MRS. T. A. BURTON 

PHYLLIS BECKER 

MR. AND MRS. DAYTON HUPFER 

DR. AND MRS. NEWTLL W. GILES 

ELLIS STONE 

MR AND MRS. G. C WOOD 

MR AND MRS. FRED K. HOMER 

MRS. VILENA \\. CHILTON 

C. GURNEY AND ALMA ROBERTSON 

RAWLEIGH L. AND EDNA RAIFORD TREM.\IN 

MR. DAVID J. WHITE, REALTOR 

HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION 

GUILFORD DAIRY COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 

SLATER FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 

SECURITY NATIONAL BANK 

ALBERT C, WOODROOF 

ALBERT C WOODROOF, JR. 

KENT COURT MOTEL 

CRAFT INSURANCE 

J. ELWOOD .MITCHELL COMPANY 

PIEDMONT CANTEEN SERVICE 

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 

Of Greensboro, N. C. 

VANSTORY CLOTHING COMPANY 

HOLSUM BAKERY 

BERRY COAL AND OIL COMPANY 

KEARNS PAINT COMPANY 

STEELS DEPARTMENT STORE 

PIGGLy'wIGGLY super MARKET 

DR. NORMAN A. FOX, JR. 

GUILFORD COLLEGE DRUG STORE 



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