Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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:s ' ) V , ' 1 ' 1 anj-jran ■L_ ' ' 7 ' ' m HBii Ato. ' fl IIE IILIIIII[3IRII.r L. J. GANN » Edifor-in-Chief » » GILBERT FALLS » Business Manager =S ( I l t- %t » PUBLISHED » BY » THE » SENIOR » CLASS » APPALACHIAN » STATE » TEACHERS » COLLEGE » » » BOONE » NORTH » CAROLINA » » J. D. Rankin A.B., A.M., S.T.D. CyArHriOM The lot of administrator is no easy one. It is the good fortune of Appalachian to have Dr. J. D. Rankin as Dean. He has at all times the best interests of the school at heart. In dealing with stu- dent problems hts one guiding principle is the welfare of the student body as a whole and the welfare of the school. Capable, firm yet fair, strong yet reasonable, he sets an every- day example of right living. Because of a sincere admiration and respect for him as an administrator, as a teacher, and as a man. The 1936 RHODODEN- DRON is dedicated to Dean Rankin. F ORELVTc » f - i- - muinc ' .««« Man thinks that he has reached a very complex stage in his development. We live in an age in which machines and chemicals do work that was once thought to be superhuman. Many things might be cited as evidence of our material culture of the present time. Stream-lined automobiles, aeroplanes, and railroad trains may be seen rushing through space. Surgery and disease control have come to be a vital part of our life today. Wonders of our indus- trial culture are the dynamo, the linotype machine, and the fast moving elevator. Wonders of our agencies of communication are the modern newspaper, the telephone, the radio, and the telegraph. It is important that we remember that none of them would be pos- sible at the present time if it were not for a few significant dis- coveries and inventions which were made by man in much earlier stages of his development. A few of these discoveries and inventions have been set forth as a theme for the 1936 Rhododendron. BOOK 1 ., COLLEGE BOOK 2 .. CLASSES BOOK 3 ., ATHLET CS BOOK 4 ,. ACTIVITIES BOOK 5 ., FEATURES BOOK I COLLEGE Discovery and Use of Fire The application of the use of fire illustrates better than any other one thing the cumulative experience of mankind. Primitive man used fire to open the way for the more extensive utiliza- tion of his physical environment. This is cer- tainly true in the matter of food and fuel. Fire provided man with a permanent place of abode, thereby furnishing opportunity for social de- velopments. The discovery of fire had to precede the smelting of metals and the making of pottery — two important articles in man ' s development. The use of fire paved the way for many of the recent discoveries — firearms, internal combustion engines, and many other modern agencies which depend upon heat for their operation. ' tait Jisr. - ' m gj —cij ' EAST ENTRANCE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING BLAN-DOLF HALL THE LIBRARY WEST CAMPUS ' m e: - . ■ .. : -► EAST CAMPUS GYMNASIUM FACULTY RHODODFA B. B. Dougherty. B.S.. Ph.B.. D.l.ut. President Facult J. D. Rankin, A.B.. A.M., S.T.D. Miss Jennie Todd. B.S. Dean — English Supervisor of Women Penmanship Herman R. Eggers, A.B.. A.M. Education Miss LONA MORETZ Matron — Lovill Home J. M. DOWNUM, A.B. Registrar Miss Ida Belle Ledbetter A.B.. A.M. Biology J. T, C. Wright. A.B., A,M. Mathematics Miss Maude Cathcart B.S., A.M. Biology V. C. Howell, A.B.. A.M. Miss Meta Liles, B.S., M.A. History Grammar Grade Education vt .rs RHODODFA Facult D. J. Whitener. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. History and Government Julian C. Yoder. B.S. History J. A. Williams. A.B.. A.M. Geography Miss Cora LeMay. B.S.. A.M. Physical Education for Women W. A. Abrams, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. English Miss Thursa Steed. B.S.. M.A. Assistant Physical Education for Women A. J. Greene English Miss Katharine Harwell. B.S. Art W. M. Grubbs, B.A., M.A. Economics and History Miss Mary Williams. B.S. Secretary to Business Manager Faculty Pierce O. Brewer Leonard Eury. A.B. Athletic Director Librarian Flucie Stewart Miss Margaret Givens. B.S. Coach — Basketball Librarian R. W. Watkins. A.B., M.A. Miss Allie Austin, B.S. Assistant Director — Athletics Librarian Eugene Garbee. B.S.. M.A. Star Stacey Physical Education Mathematics Mrs. Emma H. Moore Bernard Dougherty. B.S. Librarian Business Manager — ? 1 . xt.. — S 1 RHODODCJ Faculty Chappell Wilson A.B.. A.M., S.T.D. Director Demonstration Work Miss Lily Dale. B.S.. A.M. Home Education Antonius Antonakos. B.S., M.S. Physics Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. B.S. Art A. R. Smith, A.B., A.M. Chemistry J. Harold Wolfe. A.B.. A.M. History and Sociology G. L. Sawyer. A.B. Psychology Miss Virginia Wary. B.M. Music Van Hinson. A.B.. M.Ed. Education Miss Carrie I. Smith, A.B., A.M. English and Education Faculty Miss Stella Barnes Secretary to Dean Mrs. D. C. Redmond Secretary to Registrar Mrs. Virginia Strother. B.S. Assistant in Biology and Geography Mrs. V. V. McConnell Dietitian E. S. Christenbury. B.S.. A.M. Education Miss Nancy Lewis Secretary to Treasurer Mrs. Van Hinson. A.B.. A.M. French Miss Carolyn Weaver B.S., M.A. Primary Education Homer K. Compton Voice Mrs. Lily B. Hardin Matron — NeuJ Dormitory Earl Hayworth. B.S. Purchasing Agent 3n jWemoriam Andrew Martin Norton A.B., A.M. BOOK II CLASSES Development of a Written Language One of the epoch-making events in the civiliz- ing process of man has been the development of a written language. The spoken language is as old as man himself. It is so easily varied that many dialects and even a new language may develop from an original form in the absence of a written language. A written language makes possible uni- form and permanent records. Modern devices for writing and printing would never have been con- ceived and used without a written language. Our present systems of education and government would not be possible without a written language. Indeed, our whole economic, social, and political life is inseparably bound with written languages. SENIORS Lillian Crow Abrams Boone. N. C. Primary Education Sum ma Cum Laudc Mars Hill (1, 3): W. C. U. N. C. (3); New Dormitory Club; Thalian Literary Socie ty (Honorary Member); Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club; Cleveland County Club. Louise Abrams Pinetops. N. C. History and English Summa Cum Laude Lovill Club (1); Xew Dormitory Club (2, 3, A); East_CaroHna Club (i). President (3); Thalian Literary Society (2. 3. 4) President (3) : International Relations Club Current History Club (2); B. V. P. U. (2); in Library (3) ; Assistant in English (4 ) ; Editor Classes (4) . Ax. 1O36 ChlODODENDRON Treasurer (2), 4), Secretary (4) ; Playcrafters (4) ; Assistant Rhododendron StatT (4), (2. Mary Austin Shulls Mill. N. C. Marguerite Bandy Lmcolnton. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 4). Censor (2), Representative (4), President (4): Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 4). Junior Cabinet (2, 4); Play- crafters (2, 4); International Relations Club (2. 4); Current History Club (1. 2). Secretary (1). President (2); Methodist Club (1, 2. 4); National Economics Club (4); Lincoln County Club (1. 2. 4); White Hall Club (1); Xew Dormitory Club (2, 4), President C4) ; National Honorary Society (4); Student Volunteer K2, 4). Esther Bess Beam CherryviUe. N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (!, 2, 3); Methodist Club (2. 3); Lincoln County Club (1, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (2, 3); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3); Lovill Club (4). LILLIE Beam Cherryville. N. C. Primary Education Lenoir Rhyne College (1, 2); Lincoln County Club (3, 4); Methodist Club (3, 4); White Hall Club (3, 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). t ALICE Bingham Vilas, N. C. Primary Education Dorothy Brake ... .Rocky Mount, N. C. History and Science Cum Laitdc W. C. U. N. C. (1); Vernician Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2). Vice-President (3), Representative (4); B. S. U. Council, Vice- President (3), President (4): Y, W. C. A. (2, 3. 4), Junior Cabinet Member (2), Senior Cabinet Member (3), President (4); Playcrafters (4) ; Lovill Club (2, 3, 4) ; Hockey Varsity (2). Bertie Emaline Bridges Mooresboro, N. C. Grammar Grade Educatr Bodmg Springs Junior College (1. 2): Dynician Literary Societv (3, 4). Treasurer (4); Y . W. C. A. (4); Lovill Club (3, 4); Cleveland County Club (4); Student Volunteer (3, 4); B. S. U. (3, 4), Secre- tary (4), Ray Stike, Senior Class President Besides being President of the Class Ray is an outstanding debater and extemporaneous speaker de luxe. He is quiet, unassuming, and withal a ladies ' man. Virginia Brown Charlotte. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Salem College (1); Thalian Society (2, i. 4); Forsyth County Cluli (2): Orchestra (3, 4); Glee Club (3, 4). Alma Stillwell Burns Newton. N. C. English and French Rutherford College (1): " ernician Literary Society (2, 3. 4). President (4) : International Relations Club (4) ; Y. V. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; French Club (4). Mary Fola Burns Goldston. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Cunt La ltd c Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Treasurer (2), Censor (3). President (4); Y. V. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Methodist Club (1. 2, 3, 4). Secretary (4): East Carolina Club (3); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3); New Dormitory Club (4). I UODODENDRON LAVOLA CARENDER Matney, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Treasurer (2), Corresponding Secretary (3), Representative (4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); White Hall Club (1); Xew Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4}; B. Y. P. U. (2). TreSSIE Mae Cashion Winston-Salem. N. C. Primary Education rnician Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4). Treasurer (2). ' ice-President (3). President (3); Glee Club (2, 3, 4). Librarian (3), President (4); Playcrafters (2, 3. 41, Secretary and Treasurer (4); Methodist Club (1. 2. 3, 4). Secretary (31, President (41; North Carolina Methodist Students Conference (2, 3, 4), Secretary (2): Forsyth County Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (2, 3. 41. Rachel Cauble Salisbury, N. C. Primary Education East Carolina Teachers College (1); Phila Retian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); White Hall Club (2); L. S. A. (2, 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). • Ai — a t Geneva Chaffin. Union Grove, N. C. Grammar Grade Education X ' arsity Basketball Team (1, 2. 3. 4), Captain (4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4), Vice-President (4); White Hall Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4); Letter Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Doris Marie Chapman Taylorsviiie. N. C. Primary Education Mitchell College (I); Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); B. Y. P. U. (2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). Lillian Chamberlain Yadkinviiie, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4): Lovill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); B. Y. P. U. (1, 3); Y. W. C. A. (4). DiLMON LAWSON, Vice-President Senior Class Dilmon is one who possesses those qualities that characterize an all-round person. Jollity, friendliness, generosity, originality, intelligence — that ' s " Dick. " Ruth Elizabeth Clark Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education B. Y. P. U. Virginia Clements Rutherfordton. N. C. Primary Education Ollie Jean Coffey Shulls Mills. N. C. Primary Education Cum Laiidc Glee Club (1. 2. 3), Secretary (2); Vernician Literary Society (2, i) . Vice-President (J), Y. W. C. A. C2. }), Junior Cabinet Member (3); Rhododendron Playcrafters (1. 2, 3); Lovill Club (3). KATHARINE COWAN StaCesville. N. C. Primary Education Mitchell College (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Presbyterian Club (2. 3): Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3); Playcrafters (3). Beatrice Culler Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Cutn Laudc Watauga County Club (1); Current History Club (3); Biology Assistant (4J. Clarice Deese Monroe, N. C. Grammar Grade Education t Catherine Durham Pittsboro. N. c. Primary Education Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Chaplain (2). Treasurer (2). Recording Secretary (2); Current History Club (2), Secretary (2), Vice-President (2): Y. W. C. A. (I, 2. 3, 4); Student Volunteer (2. 3); White Hall Club (1, 2. 3. 4), President (3. 4); .Methodist Club (1, 2, 3); Home Economics Club (3); Playcrafters (4). Cornelia Felmet Asheviiie, N. C. Physical Education — History Asheviiie Teachers College (1. 2); Dynician Literarv Society (3), Secretary (3): Varsity Basketball (3, 4): Physical Education .Major Club (4), President (4); Glee Club; Y, V. C. A.: Mav Queen Attendant (4): Methodist Club (3). Mary Edna Gentry Cherry Lane. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4;; Y. W. C. A. (2, 3. 4); Alleghany County Club (2). Grace Greene. Senior Class Secretary The senior class is justly proud of Grace. She is a leader in her class as well as in the speaking activities of the South. JuANiTA Gobble Winston-Salem. N. C. (flee Club (2. , 4t, Treasurer (4); Dvnician I-iterarv Society (1. 2. i, 4). Censor (j . Critic (3): Methodist Club (2. i. 4); Plavcrafters (2. i. 4); Forsyth Countv Club (2); White Hall Club (1); Xew Dormi- tory Club (2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, i, 4); Student Volunteer (2, 4). Jessie Mae GCXDDMAN West Jefferson, N. C. Primary Educatton Thalian Literary Society (2, 3. 4). Censor (4); White Hall Club Al 1Q36 [{MODODENDRON (1, 2, 3); B. V. P. U. (1, 2); Marshal (3). Connie Grant Statesville. N. C. Primary Education B. V. P. r. (1); Lovill Club (1): Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 41; V. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4). Flossie Graybeal Grammar Grade Education Grace White Greene French and English Fig. N. C. Ronda. N. C. dim Laiide Tennessee Wesleyan (1. 2): Phila Retian Literary Society (3. 4), Vice-President (3), President (4): V. W. C. A. (3. 4). Junior Cabinet Member (3); Student Volunteer (3, 4»; Member of Forensic Debating Team (3. 4); Orator i . 41; Winner of Strawberry Leaf Oratorical Contest (4); Le Cercle Francais (4). Vice-President; Plavcrafters (4): I. R. C. (4); White Hall Club (4). Vice-President; Letter Club (3). Helen Jane Greene Cliffside. N. C. English and French Cum Lattdc Boiling Springs Junior College (1. 2); Dynician Literary Society (3. 4), Vice-President (4); LoviU Club (3, 4): Y. W. C. A. (3, 4), Junior Cabinet (4); B. S. V. Council (4). Director of B. T. U. (4); Rutherford County Club (3); Student Volunteer (4). c) t Ellen v. HAMRICK Ellenboro. N. C. Grammar Grade Course B. T. U. (I. 2. 3, 4), President (4); Lovill Club (1. 2. 3, 4), President (3); Thalian Literary .Society (1, 2, 3 4). V ' ice-President (4); Home Economics Club (3); B. S. U. Council (4); Y, W. C. A. (3, 4); Student Volunteer (4). Lillian Hire Winston-Salem, N, C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4), Representative (3), " ice-Presi- dent (3). President (41; Y. W. C, A. (3, 4); Playcrafters (4); -Methodist Club (1. 2, 3); Orator (11; White Hall Club (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). Rheba Hinson Monroe. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Wingate Junior College (1. 21; Thalian Literary Society (3. 4), Secretary (4); Lovill Club (3, 41; Methodist Club (3. 41; L ' nion County Club (3. 4); -. W. C. A. (3. 41. Carl RUDISILL. Senior Class Treasurer " Rudy " is a rarity among athletes. He is a gentleman and a man of sportsmanship. These qualities make him a leader of the senior class. Pauline Hobson Ramseur. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Marv Hoffman Lenoir, N. C. Primary Education PRUE HOUSER Lincolnton, N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (I. 2, 3. 4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Cub (2, 3. 4); Lincoln County Club (1. 2, 3. 4): Home i-conomics Club (3, 4); Lutheran Student Association (1, 2, 3 4) Betty Howard Cornelius. N. C. Grammar Grade Course ,, ' -, ' - S -„ ' -.j- ' ■ ' • ■ ' • Cabinet (3. 4): Vernician Literary Society U. 2. 3. 4) President (2), Secretary (2). Representative (3); Home tconomics Cub (2. 3 4). Secretary (2. 3). Vice-President (3); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 3. 41. Treasurer (!)■ Play- crafters (3 4): Vice-President of Class (3); Student Volunteer (2, 3, 4); -Maid of Honor (2). ..__ IO36 l-hjODODENDRON ? 3 Kate HuskiNS Bumsville. N. C. English and History Vera Isenhour New London, N. C. Physical Education and History t X ff-f - Beulah Dixon Ketchie Mount Ulla, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4); Lovill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4): Episcopal Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C, A. Christine King . . Pinnacle. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Myrtle Blanche Kistler Boone, N. C. History and Mathematics Newberry College (1. 2); Lutheran Students Association (3, 4). Vice- President (3). Delegate to Southeastern Convention (3, 4): Dvnician Lit- erary Society (3, 4): Lovill Club (3, 4); Marshal (3); Na ' tional Eco- nomics Club (4). W. Amos ABRAMS. Class Sponsor " Doc " is almost a tradition as senior class sponsor. This friend ' and liberal has filled this sometimes-difficult position to the liking of every senior. Gladys Kluttz Gold Hill, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Catawba College (1, 2); Phila Retian Literary Society (3, 4); Glee Club (2); Presbyterian Club (.3); B. Y. P. U. (4). Ellie Lillian Lane Pinnacle. N. C. Physical Education and Science Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Lovill Club (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3. 4); Methodist Club (1). Anne Lee Lawndale, N. C. Weaver College (1, 2); Vernician Literary Society (3. 4): Y. W. C. A. (4): White Hall Club (3); Xew Dormitory- Club (4); Methodist Club (41: Cleveland County Club (4). .... IO36 Rhododendron ?7? D Mabel Lee Monroe. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (2, 3); Vice-President (4); Playcrafters (2. 3, 4): Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4); Union County Club (2, 3); Presby- terian Club (2. 3). Helen Ledbetter Ashcville. N. C. English, French and History Sumina Cum Laude Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Chaplain (2), Representative (3); While Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3. 4); Le Circle t Francais (4) ; Playcrafters (4) ; B. Y. English (4). P. U. (1. 2); Assistant in Willie Florence Lindsay Lilesville. N. C. Primary Education Queens-Chicora College (!); Wingate Junior College (2); Dvnician Literary Society (4); Lovill Club (4); Methodist Club (4). ' ®®fe : mans vaimia -s Margaret Lipe MooresviUc. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Volunteer (1, 2); Jlethodist Club (1. 2. 3,); White Hall Club (1. 2); Current History Club (1, 2), Secre- tary (2); New Dormitory Club (3. 4), President (3); Home Economics Club (4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (2), Censor (2), Reporter (3), President (4). Lois Mildred Long Forest City. N. C. Primary Education Boiling Springs Junior College (1, 2); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4). Chaplain (4): Y ' . W. C. A. (3, 4). Vice-President. Junior Cabinet Member; Lovill Club (.!, 4j : Rutherford County Club (3); Student Volunteer: B. T. L ' . Rosalie Hopper Lyon Sparta. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (2. 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4) ; Lovill Club (1): Alleghany County Club (1, 2), Secretary and Treasurer (2); Intra- mural Volley Ball (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (2, 3). Dorothy Brake Even a little dot can be quite outstanding. In fact, " Dot " has been chosen as the cutest girl in the senior class. Cute, petite, friendly, and versatile — that ' s " Dot. " VALLIE MALTBA Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Edna Miller Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Carolyn Moore Milton, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (L 2, 3, 4): White Hall Club (1); New Dormitorv Cluli (2, 3. 4); L. S. A.; Home Economics Club C4) ; Playcrafters (4); V. W. C. A. (4). Ajl 1Q36 Rhododendron - — a Irene Moore Granite Falls, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Hessie Jane Morgan Norwood, N. C. Grammar Grade Education t Minnie Lee Morris - , . Southmont, N. C. Grammar Grade Education W. C. LI. N. C. (1); Davidson County Club, Vice-President (.i. 4); French Club, President (4) ; Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4) ; Lovill Club (2, 3, 4); French Assistant (2, 3, 4). Mary Louise Morrison Statesville, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4): Y " . W. C. A. (2. 3, 4); Presbyterian Club (1); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Methodist Club (4). - Georgia R. McCall Asheville, N. C. English and French Biltmore College (1, 2); B. S. U, Council (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); B. T. U. (3, 4), President (3); Student Volunteer (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4). President (3); Representative (41; Debaters (J); Appalachian Staff, Associate Editor (4); Playcrafters (3, 4): National Economics Club (4); Home Economics Club (4); Secretary- Treasurer (41; White Hall Club (31; New Dormitory Club (4). Mary Lou McCall Marion, N. C. Science and Mathematics Davenport College (11; Phila Retian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 41: White Hall Club (2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Methodist Club (2, 3, 4). John Triplett " Preacher " John came to us from Ruther- ford College. Leadership, dependability and wide-spread interest in the college activities have made him one of the most valuable young men on our campus. Mary Anne Nichols. Wilkesboro. N. C. Matbemalics and Science Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4); Critic (4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Playcraftcrs (3. 4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Wilkes County Clul) (1, 2, 3). Secretary (2): White Hall Cliih (1, 2. 3); New Dormitory Cluh (4); Biology Chib (3). Mary Norwood McBce, S. C. Primary Education Davenport College (1. 2): Y ' . W. C. A. (4); Dynician Literary Society (4): New Dormitory Club (4). LoNA Dare Parker Mount Gilead. N. C. Primary Education W. C. L N. C. (11; Flora McDonald (2, 3): Dynician Literary Society (4): Y ' . W. C. A. (4); Methodist Club (4); East Carolina Cluh (4). ChjODODENDRON ??P — a Ruby Parsons Boone. N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Faye Virginia Plott Concord. N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4); Methodist Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Lovill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Y ' . W. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4): Playcrafters (4). t ISLEAN Ray Micavilk. N. C. History and English Geneva C. Rector Drexel. N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Edna Rogers Concord. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4): Lovill Club (1); Home Eco- nomics Club (1); B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Glee Clul. (4); Playcrafters (4): Y. W. C. A. (4). Hazel Sharps Cedar Grove. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4) ; B. Y ' . P. U. ( 1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4): Home Economics Club (3, 4); Lovill Club (I); New Dormi- tory Club (2, 3, 4). Frank Moore, Most Influential The entire student body has found in Frank Moore the acme of personified leadership and it was with this thought in mind that they acclaimed him the Most Valuable Young Man at Appalachian. HASSELTINE SHIPMAN Hcndcrsonvillc, N. C. Physical Education and English Muriel Shumate Abshers. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Rctian Society (1. 2. 3. 4), Treasurer (,i); Lovill riiil (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3. 4); Wilkes County Cluh (1. 2. ,? ) ; V V C. A. (4). ELMA R. Simmons Winston-Salem. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Meredith College (1); Vernician Uterary Society (2, .1, 4) Critic (2); Y. W. C. A. (2. 3. 4): B. Y. P. V. (2, 3). Vice-President (2): Forsyth County Club (2); White Hall Club (2]; New Dormitory Club (3, 4). Agnes Sims Ajl 1Q36 I UODODENDRON Mathematics and Science Harrisburg. N. C. Dynician Literary Society (I, 2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Presbyterian Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Lovill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). Agnes Slate King, N. C. Primary Education Guilford College (1. 2, 3); Dynician Literary Society (4): Y. W C A (4); B. Y. P. V. (4): White Hall Club (4). T 5 t THEORIA STRAUGHN East Spencer. N. C. Primary Education White Hall Club (1, 2); X ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2, 4); B. Mary Frances Thomas Summerficld. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Weaver College (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Lovill Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4); Thalian Literary Society (3. 4). Clarice Helen Thompson Glade Valley. N. C. French and English Cum Lauttc Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4), Vice-President (3). Treasurer (4). Representative (4): Class Vice-President (2); Presbyterian Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (1 2) President (3); Alleghany County Club (1. 2. 3). Vice-President (1) Secretary (2). Vice-President (3): White Hall Club (1. 21: New Dormi- tory Club (3. 41; Playcrafters (3, 4); French Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Marshal (3). RUBY TRIVETTE Boone. N. English and Physical Education E. Bruce MacFadyen. Best Executive That is the well deserved honor the student body has bestowed on E. Bruce MacFadyen. popular athlete, laboratory assistant, and highly successful business manager of The Appalachian. ORA VANNOY Reddis River. N. C. Primary Education Helen Wagoner Gold Hill. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Citin Laiuic Naomi Walker . Rutherfordton, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Grace Belle Ward. Grammar Grade Education Pittsboro, N. C. Cum Laudc Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, i. 41. Chaplain (2), Treasurer (2), Corresponding- Secretary {i). President (.M. Representative (4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4): B. Y. P. V. (1, 2, i. 4); White Hall Club (1. 2, 31; New Dormitory Club (41; East Carolina Club (31; National Economics Club (4). Mary Alice Washam Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, rHiODODENDRON j? — a Huntersville. N. C. (1. 2, 3, 41; Presbyterian Club (1, (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Treasurer (3J: Lovill Club 4), Treasurer (3), President Sarah Hoyle Westmoreland Huntersville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Cabinet (4); A ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Secretary (2), Chaplain (31, Vice-President (3). Treasurer (3). President (4); Student Volunteer (2. 3, 4); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Vice-President (3). t . Cornelius, N. C. Avis Wilhel.m Grammar Grade Education Vernician Literary Society (1, 2. 3. 4), President (2); Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 41; Student Volunteer (2. 3, 41. President (2); Student oIunteer (2. 3, 4). President (3); Presbyterian Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), Vice-President (4); Lovill Club (1, 2. 3. 4). Mrs. Albert Williams Monroe. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Hazel Wilson Fallston. N. C. Primary Education , Ciiin Laudc Weaver (1, 21; ' ernician Literary Society (3. 4), Treasurer (4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Methodist Club (41; White Hall Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (4J ; Cleveland County Club (4). Jewell Wilson _ Fallston. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Weaver College ( 1 1 ; W. C. U. N. C. (2) ; Vernician Literary Society (3, 4), Censor (3); Y. W. C. A. (41; White Hall Club (3, 41; Methodist Club (4); Home Economics Club (4); Cleveland County Club (4). •Y .- !T . ■ _ _ __. Grace Greene, Best Speaker There are few people more gifted than Grace. Not only is she talented in speech, but her per- sonality has made her an outstanding student at Appalachian. WiLDA Wilson Lexington. N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. (I, 2. 4): Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4); New Dormitory Club (4); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3); Playcrafters (2); Student Volunteer (1, 2); Davidson County Club (4). Mabel YODER Lincolnton. N. C. Primary Education Lenoir Rhyne College (1): Dynician Literary Society (2, 3, 4): Y. W. C. A. (3, 4): Lutheran Stufient Association. (2, 3, 4). President (4); Lincoln County Club (3, 4): Home Economics Club (4); White Hall Club (2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). Grace iMITCHAM Marion, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Janie Tedder Ellenboro. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Queens-Chicora College (1); Lovill Club (2); New Dormitory Club (4); Phila Rctian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2. 4); Y. W C. A. (4). QUODODENDRON 3i D Lawrence Atchley Union Mills, N. C. Mathematics and Science Appalachian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Y. M. C. A. (2, 4); B. S. L ' . Council (2, 3. 4); Rutherford County Club (31; Play- crafters (4); B. Y. P. U. (I, 2, 3, 4). ADOLPH Atkins CaroUen. N. C. English and History Cum Laudc Boiling Springs College (1, 2); Intercollegiate Debater (1, 2. 4); Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society Representative (1, 3. 4), President (3). Critic (3). Censor (4); International Relations Club (4); Psychology Assistant (4): Rutherford County Club, President (4). J. BOVD BAUCOM Monroe. N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). President (4). Vice- President (31, Censor (2); V. M. C. A. (2, 3, 4); B. Y. P. U (1 2, 3. 4); B. S. I ' . (2); Union County Club (1, 2, 31. President (1, 2), X ' lce-President (3); Letter Club (2, 3, 4); Appalachian " A " Club (4); Current History Club (2); Football (1, 2. 3); Basketball (1, 2, 3); Assistant in Mathematics (3); President Junior Class (31. t Ralph H. Beam Cherryvillc. N. C. Physical Education and Science Appalachian Literary Society (1, 2); Lincoln County Club (1, 2. 3, 4), President (3); Y. M. C. A. (2. 3): Football Manager (4); National Economics Club (41; Letter Club (4). HENRY J. BEEKER Statesville. N. C. History and English Ciiin Laudc Campbell College (1, 2); Wake Forest (31: Alpha fc.igma Gamma Lite:ary Society; Debaters Club; Glee Club (4); Playcrafters (4). HARRY Breeze Hillsboro. N. C. English and History Basketball (1); Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2, 3); Appalarhian Staff, News Editor (4). Managing Editor (4J. CuLLEN Johnson Cullen is one of the most popular men on our campus. His winning smile, gay greetings, and outstanding ability in numerous college activities have won for him a warm place in our hearts. C. R, Brown Pittsboro. N. C. History and Mathematics Elon College (1); U. N. C. (2, 3): Alpha Sigma Gamma (4): B. Y. P. U. (4); Glee Club (4); Ministerial Association, President (4). Hugh Browning Stony Point. N. C. English and History Delta Phi Sigma (2). Representative (4): National Economics Club (4); Appalacluaii Staff, Circulation Manager (4). WALLACE Robert Buchanan Minneapolis, N. C. Grammar Grade Education David Bunch History and English Cum Laside Ajl 1Q36 QUODODENDRON K3 — a Statcsville. N. C. Eugene Bvrd Black Mountain. N. C. English and History Sututna Cum Lande Current History Club (1. 2); President (3) ; International Relations Club (2, 3, 4) ; Appalachian Literary Society (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Intercolleg-iate Debating (3, 4); Alpha Tau Kappa; (3, 4); After Dinner Speaking (4) ; Extemporaneous Speaking (4) ; B. Y. P. U. (2. 4); General Director (4); B. S. U. Council (4); Playcrafters (4); Assistant in History (4) ; French Club (4 ). t Lindsay Cagle Carthage, N. C. English and History . ' 5r Robert Case Oak Ridge, N. C. Mathematics and Science Ben Colvard North Wilkesb oro N c. English and History u. N. C. (1. 2): National Economics Club (4); Delta Phi Sig ma (4). Lee Swanson Edwards Todd. N c. Mathematics an d Science Stinnna Cum La tide Delta Phi Sigma Club (I); B. Y. P. (4); Ashe County Club (1, 4); Current U. (1. 2, 3, 4); Ministerial Association (4). History Dale Keller. Sycophant A pe rsonality. wrapped in ' beaucoup d ' intel- ligence. ' sinceritv . wit. perseverance, and com- mon sense, not to be forgotten over night. Gilbert Falls Kings Mountain. N. C. English and History V. N. C. (I. 2); Delta Phi Sisma (3, 4), President (4); Rhododen- dron StatT, Business Manager (4). L. J. GANN Rockingham. N. C. History and English Citm Laitdc v. N. C. (1); Appalachian Literary Society (2. 3, 4); Critic (4): Y. M. C. A. (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3); International Relations Club (2, 1. 4). President (4); Assistant in History (4); Rhododendron Staff (3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (4); Class Treasurer (3). Herbert Graybeal Fig. N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma (3, 4). Censor (4), Vice-President (3). .._- IO36 DUODODENDRON Edward Elmo Hamrick Shelby, N. C. English and History Appalachian Literary Society (I, 2. 3, 4), Censor (2. 3 , Secretary- Treasurer (4); Playcrafters (2. 3, 4); Appalachian StaiT (3, 4), Sports Editor C4); Rhododendron Staff, Athletic Editor (4); Cleveland County Club (1, 2, 4), President (4). Cecil Harmon Sugar Grove. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Appalachian Literary Society (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (3. 4); Appalachian Aquateers (3, 4). t THURMAN Holt. JR ' Spencer. N. C. History and Physical Education Football (4); Basketball (3. 4); Baseball (3); " A " Club. BRUNER HONEYCUTT Forest City. N. C. History and English Boiling Springs College (1, 2); Limestone College (3). Eli HOUSER Cherryville. N. C. English and History Don C. Huffman Vale. N. C. History and Mathematics Y. M. C. A. (3, 4), President (4): Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2, 3. 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3). Vice-President (4). President (4); Catawba County Club (1, 2, 3), Vice-President (2). Secretary-Treasurer (3); Playcrafters (4); National Economics Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Rhododendron Staff, Managing Editor (4). Earl " Red " May. Bull-Shooter This characteristic seems at times to draw the " fly (pretty and feminine) into the parlor " ; at other times his power shifts from the " fly into the parlor " to the " office of authority. " -Vale, N. C. CuLLEN Johnson History and English Appalachian Literary Society (1, 2, }. 4), Vice-President (2) Secre- tary-Treasurer (3), Vice-President (3). Chaplain (4): Playcrafters (I 7-. ■ ' •,- " ; filee Club (1, 2. i. 4). President (3), Vice-President (4); Lincoln County Club (1. 2, 3. 41; Wesley Club (1. 2. 3, 4) Vice- President (21, President (3): Cheerleader (3. 4). Chief (4), Dale Keller Boone, N. C. Science and History Cum Latdic Playcrafters, Technician and Electrician (2, 3. 4), Craftsman (3) Master-craftsman (41; International Relations Club (2, 3, 4); BioloEV Club (3); Assistant in Physics (2, 3, 4J. Eugene KOON Union Mills, N. C. Mathematics and History Appalachian Literary Society (2, 3, 41; V. M. C. A. (3 4)- B Y Ciub ■( ) ' ■ ' b ' S U ' ff P , ' ' " ' " ' Playcrafters (4) ; Rutherford ' County DlLMON B. LAWSON Pinnacle. N. C. Science and History Guilford College (1): Vice-President Senior Class; Baseball (2)- Basketball (2 3) ; Football (31; Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4), Secretarj- (4); Playcrafters (3, 4). E. Bruce MacFadyen Fayetteville, N, C. Mathematics and Science Davidson (I); Football (31; Baseball (3); Letter Club (3, 4); Delta Phi Sigma (4); Chemistry Assistant (3. 4); Appalachian Staff, Business Manager (4); National Economics Club. Ajl 1O36 l{yODODENDRON t Carl Thomas Martin English and History Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A League (3, 4). East Bend, N. C. (2, 3, 41; Epworth EARL May Sparks. Ga. History and English Young Harris College (11; Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4), President (4) • atlonal Economics Club, President (4); International Relations Club (4); Assistant in History and Economics (4); Playcrafters (3, 4). JACK McGeE Boone, N. C. History and English Y. -M. C. A. (2); Delta Phi Sigma (2. 3); Alpha Sigma Gamma (4). Albert Michael Boone. N. C. History and Physical Education Carl Rudisill. Best Athlete " Rudy " is the most popular young man on our campus, the best athlete in our class, an all-round student and friend. Once you know him you will always like him. Frank Moore Lenoir, N. C. History and English Varsity Wrestling (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (2); Freshman Football: Football (2, 3); Letter Club (4), Secretary; Assistant Wrestling Coach (4): Assistant in English and French; Student Council (3). Chairman: Appalachian Staff, Sports Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4). Ervin Norton Boone, N. C. History and English Band (3, 4); Orchestra (3, 4). Wallace O ' Neal Mullins, S. C. History and Physical Education Football (2, 3, 4); Basketball, Manager (3). Xe. 1O36 rhjODODENDRON W — a Dorman Payne Summit. N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma (1, 4). Paul A. Perkins Scottville, N. C. Mathematics and Science Baseball (2, 3, 4); Ashe County Club (2, 3, 4); Letter Club (3, 4); Alpha Sigma Gamma (3, 4). t John Murphy Privette Peachiand, N. C. History and English y M. C. A. (2. 3, 1), Secretary-Treasurer (4); Alpha Sigma Camma (3. 4). President (4); Wrestling. Manager (4t. CARL H. RUDISILL Vale. N. C. History and Physical Education Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2, 3, 4), Censor (3); L. S. A. (1, 2); Catawba County Club (1, 2), President (I); Football (2, 3, Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (2); Letter Club " A " Club; Senior Class Treasurer. 4) (1. Co-Captain 2, 3. 4); B (3); oys ' Charles H. Scott Boone. N c. Grammar Grade Education June Steele M arston. N. c. Mathematics and Physical Education Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary (3, 4); Y. M. C. A Education Major Club (3); East Carolina Club (3, . (2 4). 3, 41; Phy sical GENEVA CHAFFIN. Best Athlete Geneva- —the laughing, flashing athlete with the golden fl ame in her hair — plus her " on-the- levf 1 " social personality. is possessed with an off- stage cha racter of concern and diligence. Ray StiKE , Matoaka. West Virginia English and History Cum Laiidc Senior Class President; Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3. 4), Representative (i), Secretary-Treasurer (3), Critic (4); International Relations Cfuh (2, 3. 4); Debater (2, 3, 4); Extemporaneous Speaker (4); After Dinner Speaker (4) ; Alpha Tau Kappa (3. 4) ; ' irginia- Vest ' irginia Clul (2): Ashe County Club (1); Y. M. C. A. (4); President Epworth League: History Assistant (2. 3) ; Secretary Athletic Association (4) ; Chief Marshal (3). Ernie Triplett Marney, N. C. Grammar Grade Education John Triplett JonesviUe. N. C. English and History Cum Laudc Rutherford College (1) : Class Treasurer (2) : Appalachian Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Chaplain (2). Critic (3), President (4) ; Appalachian Playcrafte-s (2, 3. 4). President (4); Wesley Club (2, 3). Secretary (2); Glee Club (2. 3. 4): International Relations Club (3, 4). Vice-Presi- dent (4) : Rhododexdrox Statt. Activities Editor (4) ; N. C. Methodist Students Council (2, 3, 4 ) . Vice-President (3 ) . Ajl Q3 b ChlODODENDRON V — a Carl Trippany Massena. N. Y. History and Physical Education Football (1, 2, i. 4). Captain (3, 4); Baseball (1, 2. 3); Member " A " Club, President (4). Joseph a. Townsend Bootie. N. C. History and Physical Education t Cecil VANNOY Purlear. N. C. Mathematics and History Wilkes County Club (1. 2. 3. 4), President (3); Alpha Sigma Gamma (3, 4); Basketball Manager (4); " A " Club (4). GlENARD WarLICK Lawndale. N. C. L ' niversitv of Xorth Carolina (1. 2): Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society (3, 4). Vice-President (3. 4), Censor (3), President (4); Apfa- lachian Staff (41; Assistant in Psychology (4); Tennis (41. ' HoYLE White Va le. N C. Grammar Grade Education Appalachian Literary Society (2. 3, 4), (4). ice-Pres dent (4); GI ee Club W. Albert Williams , Monroe, N C. Grammar Grade Edu cation Eugene ByRD. Most Intellectual Foi Gene . the most intellectual member of our cl ass. wc predict a brilliant future. A quick ' mind. ready wit, pleasing personality, and com- mon sense will aid him in achieving success. JUNIORS RHODODFA junior CA ' ciss OFFICERS Robert Killian President Thomas Wood Vice-President Margaret Fiddler Secretary John B. Morris. Jr Treasurer Mary Kathleen Anderson Stratford. N. C. Lottie Mae Austin Oakboro, N. C. Lelia Ayers Boone. N. C. Helen Jane Baker Newton. N. C. Ruby Jo Ballew Ceio, N. C. Mildred Barger Mooresville. N. C. Hazel Beaver Bear Poplar. N. C. Arlene Blake Maple Hill. N. C. Lilly Ruth Blaylock Harmony. N. C. Dewette Briggs Lexington. N. C. Mary Frances Brown Campobello. S. C. May Bryant Boone, N. C. RHODODFJ SALLY Burns Newton. N. C. Martha Butner Winston-Salcm, N. C. Miriam Carson Forest City. N. C. Nora Case Oak Ridge. N. C. Billy Coble Albemarle. N. C. FOY Cook Mount Airy. N. C. Hattie Lee Costner Lincolnton. N. C. JIMMIE COULTER Catawba. N. C. Nora Craig Lenoir, N. C. MARY Jo Curry Lexington. N. C. Hazel Dolinger Sturgills. N. C. Eleanor Dougherty Sweetwater. Tcnn. Polly Dougherty Sweetwater. Tenn. Clarine Duke Jackson. N. C. Jessie Eaker Chcrryvillc. N. C. Thedus Eudv Stanfield, N. C. Inez Everhart Thomasville. N. C- Margaret Fidler Cornelius, N. C. Mary Belle Gardner Cleveland. N. C. Mildred Greene New London. N. C. Elaine Greer Boone, N, C, MARGARET HAMBY Lenoir, N. C. MARY Hill Hayes Gates. N. C. Knox Heafner Lincolnton. N. C. RHODODFA Kathleen Helms Unionville. N. C. Ethel Hembv Weddington. N C. Frances Hinson Marshvillc. N. C. Annie Maud Hire Winston-Salem. N. C. Dorothy Holt Liberty. N. C. Sara Howard Mount Holly. N. C. Frances Huitt Clarcmont. N. C. Ruth Huskins Burnsville. N. C. Mildred Ilev Harrisburg. N. C. Cora Ellen Ingram Albemarle, N. C. Louise Johnson Sherwood. N. C. Donna Jones Furchcs. N. C. Lucy Justice Rutherfordton, N. C. Margaret Kelly Cornelius. N C. Mary Hanna Lipe Mooresville. N. C. Elizabeth Long Forest City. N. C. Kate Parker Lubchenko Ansonville. N. C. Flora Mae Luckey Charlotte, N. C. Ivah Marsh Marshville. N. C. Thelma May Massey Yanceyville. N. C. Pauline McCorkle Salisbury, N, C. Annette McKay Marston. N, C, Lulie Margie McLamb Salemburg, N. C, Louise Michael Mount Holly, N. C. RHODODFA Lexie Miller Boone. N. C. Kathleen Morris Albemarle. N. C. Agnes Murphy Laurens. S. C. Beatrice Parker Marshville. N. C. Mildred Parks Kannapolis. N. C. Lucy Pearson North Wilkesboro. N. C. AiLEEN Perry Piney Creek. N. C. GAIL Phillips Lenoir. N. C. HiLMA Pierce Harmon. N. C. Flora Pittman Fairmont. N. C. Elizabeth Pratt Winston-Salem. N. C. Mae Ramsey Lawndalc. N. C. RuTisHA Rankin Belmont. N. C. Ella Reece Zionville. N. C. Julia Renfro Mooresboro. N. C. Odessa Richardson Harmony. N. C. Bernice Roberson Robersonville. N. C. Irene Rollins Boone. N. C. Catherine Rudisill Charlotte. N. C. Mozelle Schuyler Lowgap. N. C. Ruth Sherwood Sherwood. N. C. Rachel Shidal Vale. N. C. Virginia Shive Rockwell. N. C. Alma Shoaf North Wilkesboro. N. C. RHODODFA Gladys Sigman Granite Falls. N. C. LfciLLE Sloop Mount Ulla. N. C. Jane Smith Albemarle. N. C. Maisie Smith Morganton. N. C. Lucy Snider Denton. N. C. Edna L. Snipes Bynum. N. C. Mozelle Spainhour Charlotte. N. C. Leta Tester Matney, N. C. Ella w. Thompson Reidsvillc. N. C. Vernie Tolbert CoUettsville. N. C. Naomi Lee Trantham Lexington. N. C. Frances Walker Shelby. N. C. Lucille Warlick Lincolnton. N. C. Grace Wellborn Boone, N. C. Dorothy Ruffin. May White N. C. Erma White Walnut Cove. N. C. Sally Whitfield Mount Olive. N. C. Frances Sanforc Wicker . N. C. Argie Welburn Wadesboro. N. C. SADIE Clcve WlLHELM land. N. C. Fannie Wilson Blangh. N. C. Mary Alice Wilson Newton. N. C. Kate Winebarger Vilas, N. C. Mary Winkler Boone. N. C. RHODODFJ Madge Wortman Casar. N. C. Leo York Mourn Airy. N. C. James E. Anderson Yanccyville. N. C. ROVIE ANGELL Harmony. N. C. Basil Annas Graniic Falls. N. C. Kenneth Anthony Chcrryville. N. C. Nicholas Antonakos High Poinr. N. C. MoiR Ayers Summerfield. N. C. Willard Bess Cherryville. N. C. Dewey Bingha.vi Boone. N. C. L. Wayne Blevins Lansing. N. C. Norman Chadwick Straits. N. C. ' M M tM SoMERS Collins Gastonia. N. C. Alfred Cromartie Garland. N. C. James a. Crooks Lincolnton. N. C. Morris Eggers Boone. N. C. Roger Ewing West Grove. Pa. Cline Farthing Sugar Grove. N. C. Garlon HAMRICK Rutherfordton. N. C. Neil Hartley Boone, N. C. Henry Houston Harrisburg. N. C. Daniel S. Hoyle Whitakers. N. C. Gilbert Hubbard Greensboro. N. C. Paul Huffman Vale. N. C. John Wesley Huneycutt Boone. N. C. T. B. Huneycutt Nebo. N. C. RHODODFA Newland e. Johnson Minneapolis. N. C. J. L. JONES Booneville. N. C. Willie Kendrick Mtrrv Oaks. N. C. Frank Killian Lincolnton. N. C. Robert Killian Lincolnton. N. C. Wilbur C. Kiser Lincolnton. N. C. Gerald Lackey H;ddenitc. N. C. Fred Lentz Stony Point. N. C. Bennie Maree Union Mills, N. C. FoY Martin Lcland. Miss. Harold Massey Harrisburg. N. C. Vance McBride Ronda. N. C. Sam W. Mccracken Clyde. N. C. Paschal McLaurin Bethune. S. C. William McNeill Laurel Springs. N. C. BANNER Miller Boone, N. C. Glen Miller Comet. N. C. HAROLD Miller Clifton. N. C. John Birch Morris. Jr. Albemarle. N. C. Stancill Nanney Nealsville. N. C. Andy Nesbitt Fairview. N. C. JAMES L. Patterson Shelby. N. C. Johnny Peden Gastonia. N. C. Roland Z. Phillips Cowpens. S. C. Norman Pickert Philadelphia. N. Y. James Reece Boone. N. C. Karl Sawyer Boone. N. C. Henry Shannon Gastonia. N. C. RHODODFJ IRVIN Smith Linwood. N. C. Jack Smith High Point. N. C. Lawerence Spaven Watertown. N. Y. Harrell Stephens Hallsboro. N. C. Luther Todd Yadkinville, N. C. Paul Trivett Boone. N. C. Roy Turbyfill. Jr. Maiden. N. C. J. O. Waters Ellenboro, N. C. Eugene Wike Hiddcnile. N. C. Thad Wilkins Hendersonville. N. C. Avery W. Willis Spruce Pine. N. C. Jack Wilson Gastonia, N. C. Harold Winecoff Rockwell. N. C. Thomas Wood Draper. Va. SOPHOMORES RHODODFJ Sophomore Class OFFICERS Frederick Moore President Ben Norris Vice-President Florence Hughes Secretary Ivan Pearson Treasurer i P! Lucille Alley Vergie Atkins Nora Barefoot Minnie Barber Ruth Barker Hazel Beam Lottie Beam Virginia F. Beam Carole Beasley Ruth Beaver Beatrice Bingham BiLLiE L. Black Thelma Blackburn Gladys Blakeley Myrle Bolick EupHA Bowman Sara Bowman Naomi Brandon Mary Olivia Braswell Nell Ruth Braswell Neta Bridges Minnie Laura Brown Beulah Bryant Lucille Byerly RHODODFA Leola Cagle Viola Cagle Mrs. Jennie M. Calloway Nelle Carpenter Mary Sue Childers Virginia Clay Elizabeth Cook Geneva Cook Mathie M. Covington Nell Curtis Grace Davis Marthalene Davis Irene Dickson Lottie L. Dickson Margaret Dixon Maurice Dobbins Carrie Edmisten Laurine Elliot Ruth Epps Maggie Jo Estes Rena Mae Farthing Daisy Floyd Beverly B. Fowler Martha E. Furchess -L. A. Irma Gabriel Frances E. Galloway Mabel Greer Lucy Gulledge Martha Hardin Mattie Lou Harmon ROSALYN HARTSELL Kate Henson Dorothy Herman Stella Hiatt Mary Hill Mabel Hinshaw Elizabeth Lois Holden Pauline Holmes Mary Alice Hopkins Virginia Houck Blanche Houser Leona Houser Lillie Huff Florence Hughes Miriam Huitt Margaret Isenhour Louise Johnson Delphyne Jones RHODODFA Louise Jones Nina Jones Ethel Lassiter Lucy Little Edna Mabe Rebecca Mabe Annette McClure Susie McConnell Jean McMillan Nell McSwain Chloe Michael Betty Jane Miller Elizabeth Miller Gaye Miller Violet Miller Mary Helen Modlin Addie Montgomery Edna Moody Annie Mae Moore Faye Moore Dora Morton Elizabeth Morton Nellie Moxley Myrtle Nance m m Virginia Nelson Nellie Overcash OvELiA Owens Lucille Parker Hazel Plaster Pauline Pope Agnes Porter Kathleen Porter Mary Lorena Pratt LaVonne Putnam Eunice Quinn Bernice Raley Helen Ratchford Margaret Ray Mabel Rhyne Edna Riggs Alleen Robbins Edith Rudisill Faye Sale IvA Sale Ruth Scarborough Alma Seaford Mary Sharpe Thelma Shepherd RHODODFA Elizabeth Sinclair Bonnie Smith Madge Smith Myra Alice Smith Ruby Smith Virginia South Florence Sparrow Frances Spillman Kathleen Stout Nona Stout Jessie Strickland Margaret Strickland Gladys Sturgill Catherine Styres Jack Sullivan Pansy Talent Mozelle Templeton LiLLiE Blanche Thompson Stella Tilley Nell Todd Lois Tolbert Lynnie Ruth Upright Avis Vance Etta Waters EsTELLE Watson Rebecca Maye Warden Grace Weavil Vevette Wehunt Helen Welch Vanda Whicker Daisy Mae Williams Maude Williams Susan Winkler Mary Lee Wood Margaret M. Wray Eunice Dawson (Junior) William H. Bandy Ralph Beshears Alfred Best J. Ray Braswell Cline Bray Clifton Bumgarner RHODODFJ Ray Cline Ray Coon John Rogers Crew. Jr. J. B. Crow. Jr. Robert P. Edwards A. J. Eller Bob Elliott Cyrus Faw Ray Fisher j. c. folger Blaine Gibbs Jack H, Gibbs William Good Howard Goodman Francis Clyde Gunter Lloyd Hobbs Paul Hoover Willard Houck i y r g i Graham Jackson IvRY Johnson Wade Lackey Reid Laney George Ledford Edward Love John Matthews Howard McCann Dermont Moore Frederick Moore DiLMON Moss Bernard Murdoch Wayne Nance Algernon Neal Benjamin Norris William G. Norris John F, Passage Ivan Pearson RHODODFJ Douglas Watson Porterfield G. K. Savage Stewart Scott Elmer Sinclair Ervin Smart WiNPiELD D. Smith. Jr. RoscoE Staley Hugh Steele Jessie Ray Stone DwAYNE Thompson R. C. Thompson Karl Thornburg Marshall P. Ward Albert W. Wellons Hugh White Claude Whitley Woodrow Worrell Glenn E. Yount FRESHMEN RHODODFJ Freshman Class OFFICERS Jerome HunEYCUTT President Wheeler Farthing Vice-President Annie Lee Smith Secretary Stephen HoUSER Treasurer Callie Abernathy Clara Aderholt Sarah Leigh Armfield Christine Austin Daisy Austin Gladys Avery Dorothene Baines Beulah Baird Odessa Lee Baker Truman Baker Betty Banner Wilma Barefoot Leitha Beam Madeline Beam Madge Beam Sue Beam Annie Mae Beard Portia Louise Bell Helen Bingham Frances Bodenheimer Thelma Bond Kathryn Bracey Edna Brechbiel HoRTENSE Brown Ruth Harper Brown Rose Bryant Ruth Alford Bullock Maude Anna Butner Laura Carson Zenal Carter Anna Bell Coffey Margaret Collier Alice Cook Virginia Cooke Martha Cripliver Ruby Culbertson RHODODFJ Ethel Davis Geraldine Deaver Walline Deck Marv Lou Dedmon JUANITA DICKERSON RoLTH Dixon Sarah Doggett Mary Dotson Delia White Douglas Ma BON Dye Hilda Eaker Christine Edens Rachel Eller Mary Estes Margaret Eury Evelyn Farmer Sara Flinchum EUDELL FORMYDUVAL Cleo Frye Nellie Frye Beulah Funderburk Marion Gilbert Mildred Greer Ethel Grubbs Mildred Hall Sarah Hall Florine Hallman Martha Harrill Maude Helms Francine Holt Helen Holt Annie Hollyfield Christine Hooper Eva Jones Hopkins Ennis Houck Ruth Howard Georgie Howell Lucille Howell Helena Hutchinson Ella Marguerite Jackson Hessie Jaynes Mary Evelyn Jenkins Mary Johnson Ruby Johnson Sadie Johnson Elizabeth Jones Aline King Mabel Kluttz Margaret Knox Addie Maie Koon Wilma Lackey Mary Ruth Lasley Frances Lathan Virginia Lawrence Vista Lawson Louise Leonard Lucille Lopp Bettie Martin Lora Martin Milton Mast Daisy Lee Meacham Emma Miller Faye L. Miller Lorraine Miller Mabel Moore Miriam Mortimer Eva Myers Willie McBride Mary McCollum Gladys McCurdy Ethel McDade Marjorie McEachern RHODODFJ Anna Sue McGimsey Geneva McManus Helen Belk McNeely Katherine McNeill Pauline McNeill Annie Lou Neal Odessa Parks Helen Poovey Zada Pope Edith Pratt Juanita Putnam Louise Quackenbush Dema Reeves Agnes Rhyne Josephine Robinson Ruby Scronce Mary Norine Sharpe Louise Shoaf Nelle Shumakhr Lois Sides Lillian Simpson Annie Lee Smith Helen Smith Mavis Smith Mary Jane Snow AVIS Starling Naomi Steelman Eloise Stroupe Kathleen Sutherland Hazel Lee Taylor Hazel Teague Geneva Thomas Lola Thomas Selma Thomas Annie Lou Thompson Routh Thompson Emily Torrence Matoaka Torrence Blanche Townsend Clatie Tussev Nera Waddell Mary Lillian Watts Annie Wetmore Lucille Willis Beatrice Winebarger Geneva Yates Helen Yoder Louise York Pearle York Virginia Yount Gus Antonakos Grant Ayres Arthur W. Babb Dwight Bess Amos Best Kermit Caldwell Ward Carrol James w. Carson William Christian Wayne Church Martin Cole o. c. Conner Wilbur Craft Culver Dale Palmer Day Gerald DeMond Kyle Dickson Roy D. Eggleston Charles Elliot Bruce Farthing Wheeler Farthing Hayden Fox RHODODfA DoTTiE Glenn Thomas Graybeal HoYLE Green Walter Haire William E. Halyburton Richard Hamilton Louis Hamrick Louis Hartley John D. Hartsog Banks Heafner Jerome Huneycutt DWIGHT Houck Stuart Houck Talmadge Houck Stephen Houser Phil Hudson Glenn Hull John Idol James Ingram Wilton Jackson Carey Johnston Elmer Jones Robert R. King. Jr. Roger King Howard Kiser Otis Lackey Philip Laughridge Howard Ledbetter William Lindsay Clifford Long Joseph Martin JIM.MY McGiLL Lawrence McLeod Odell Merrill Warren Mitchell Austin Moody Joe Moore Tom B. Moore Lester Mullen Garrett Neal Richard Osborne Herman Owens Wilbur Page Glenn Perry H. B. Perry Jack Poteat George P. Powell Fred Putnam Jack Ritchie O. w. Robinson George Rushing Herbert Sain Fred Self CuLos Settle Opie Lee Shelton Bill Shields Charles Shook Jesse Staley Ed Stowe GwYN Sutherland Greeley Teague Bruce Tesh E. S. Thomas. Jr. John Thompson Frank E. Todd Glenn Trout James Tucker Grady Tyree George wall A. Z. Williams. Jr. Wendal T. Wilson Carson Wood Len Woodruff Charles Wright BOOK III ATHLETICS Domestication of Plants and Animals Sometime in the life of man he realized that portions of his physical environment could be used to great advantage. Domestication is the .term used to describe the process by which man has been able to bring certain plants and animals under his control and use. Either by accident or by fore-ordained planning the process seems to have been extended to those animals and plants which would be of greatest aid to man in his struggle for life. The process of domestication has continued its development through the ages down to the present time. The mastery of the physical phenomena of plants and animals has been relatively easy. Today, the great problems of agriculture are social, not physical. RHODODFA Stewart Department of Athletics KiDD Brewer Football KiDD Brewer Flucie Stewart R. W. Watkins Athlftic Director Busfball ■ R. W. WATKINS Track Flucie Stewart Sivimming A. Anton AKOs ' ■•• ' ' ' At ' , I .. 1. I. . ■ I I li An I . 1,11 I Jj I i I R . I .!. 11 I ' I i I ir; i; , a! i K r M 1 t K I 1 I I t , j O M . .M A I 1 ! I I W . I H [ Smith. Ralph Beam. Cecil Vannov, Coach Urewer. ' Second Ro ' if Ci.AVDF. Farthing. Norman Pickert. Carl Sawyer, Roy Turbvfill. Carl Rimjisill. Wallace O ' Neal, Therman Holt, Herhert Adams, An ' dv Nesiiitt. Brite Macfauven. From Ro7i- Bovn lUrtoM. James Crooks, " Red " Mavp.erry, James Patterson, Rovie Ancell, Cline Farthin(;, Gerald Lackey. LeMav Sawyer Department of Athletics R. W. Watkins Assistant Director Basketball Flucie Stewart Wrestling R. W. WATKINS Boxing KiDD Brewer Tennis G. L. Sawyer Girls ' Athletics Cora Lemay Thursa Steed Second Row — Naomi Steelman, Mary Estes, Annie Lee Smith, Flora Mae Luckey, Carol Beasley, Edith Rudisill. Front Row — Geneva Chaffin, Ruth Huskins, Vaniia Whicker, Cornelia Felmet, Motoaka Tor- rence. Mildred Barger. BciiA- Rmv — Eggleston. McCann, Rudisill, Matthf.ws. Adams, Snipes. Fairley. Hobbs. Tchiivfill. Middle Rmf — Martin, Thompson. Tesh, Ward, Angell, Smith, O ' Xeal. Holt. From Rim- — Connor. Bartz, Oliver, Trippany. Ciptain, Mayberry. Smith. Smith. Farth- ing, Captain-Elect. Football Results, 193S September 27 Appalachian Lenoir Rhync (Night. Hickory. N. C.) October 5 Appalachian 15 Piedmont (Boone. N. C. ) October l 2 Appalachian 7 Cumberland (Boone. N. C. ) October 18 Appalachian 20 Milligan . . (Eli abcthton. Tcnn. ) October 26 Appalachian 12 Western Carolina (Cullowhee. N. C.) November 2 Appalachian 12 East Tennessee (Homecoming — Boone. N. C.) November 9 Appalachian South Georgia T. C. (Boone. N. C. ) November 16 Appalachian 6 Tusculum (Greenville. Tenn. ) Nove.mber 2 ' i Appalachian 14 E. C. T. C. (Greenville. N. C.) 26 n 20 TOTALS: Appalachian 86 points. Opponents 66 points. WAIKLNS L - Coac h Hi-:. M Managir Varsity Football Playing a nine-game schedule the Appalachian Gridmen completed a fairly successful season with five wins, two ties and two defeats. With odds seem- ingly against it the squad under the first year tutelage of Coaches Brewer and and Stewart began work last September; Coach Watkins, veteran mentor, ren- dered valuable services in shaping the Varsity eleven and was in charge of the Freshman team. The close of the season brought to an end the performance of four Senior lettermen, Captain Trippany, Rudisill. O ' Neal, and Holt. Trippany, one of the finest backs ever produced at Appalachian gained national recognition as a result of his ability despite the fact that he was injured early in the season: he was serving his second year as captain of the eleven which alone speaks for his ability and the confidence placed in him by his team-mates. O ' Neal, Rudisill, and Holt performed magnificently to swan song for their Alma Mater. O ' Neal, great blocking back, stepped into Trippany ' s shoes after the latter ' s injury to do part of the ball carrying. Rudisill, star receiving end, and Holt, the other f.ankman of equal worth will be missed when the football candidates report for duty this fall. ANGFLL Halfback - --ffwr- ' r- r -fr - TLRBVFILL Tackle MATTURWS End SMITH Guard FARTHINC; Guard RUDISILL F.nd RHODODFA Anthony Captain Stewart Coach Van NOV Mauat cr Basketball Handicapped by the graduation of notables of the 1935 team it was a difficult task to organize a strong quintet, but under the capable leadership of Coach Flucie Stewart the 1936 basketeers played well intermittently. Many of the contests were lost by the margin of only a few points but Appalachian ' s scoring was sufficient to gain recognition from opposing teams. As a finale to the sea.son, several Mountaineers under the name of the " Appalachian All Stars. " were winners in two basketball tournaments held at Banners Elk and Crossnorc, N. C. A silver trophy in the college book room denotes this achievement. ■: Back Roiv — Flucie Stewart, Coach; Andy Xesbitt. I ' oru-ard; ( ' ,. K. Savace, Center; Carl Rudisill, Guard; Thurman Holt, Forward; Cecil Vannoy, Manaticr. Front Rmv — Boyd Baucom, Guard; Earl Hinson, Forzcard ; Kenneth Anthony (Captain), Fonvard; Thad Wilkins, Guard; Rovie Angell. Guard, Wrestling Appalachian ' s matmen invaded wrestling strongholds in North Carolina and Tennessee to emerge from these invasions with a claim to the collegiate wrestling championship of this state and a win over Maryville. Tennessee state champions. The climax of the season was a victory over Davidson who last year defeated the Mountaineer grapplers by a very slim margin. Much credit for the wrestlers ' remarkable season is due Coach R. W. ' Watkins; his ability in coaching this sport is well known. Frank Moore and Captain Claude Farthing performed brilliantly in their last year of wrestling at Appalachian. Moore, a veteran and the initial captain of the first Mountaineer wrestling aggregation, and Hobbs, unlimited giant were un- defeated for the season. Left to Right — Lloyd Hobbs, Cline Farthing, Clauue Farthing. Crooks, Ben Norris, Stewart Scott, James Patterson. Frank .Muore, Bill Xorris, James RHODODFJ Cheer Leaders Back Roit-: Margaret Eury, Mildred Barger, Matoaka Torrence. Kneeling: STANCILL NANNEY, HAZEL PLASTER. HASSELTINE SHIPMAN. GLENN YOUNT. Tennis Bach Roll ' : JAMES TUCKER. FRED LENTZ. BRUNER HONEVCUTT. CECIL VANNOY. Front Rou. ' : LUTHER TODD (Manager). ANDY NESBITT. BERNARD MURDOCK. THAD WiLKiNs. Karl Sawyer, G. L. Sawyer (Coach). Chaffin, Captain Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Baker, Manager Le May, Coach Girls ' Basketball RESULTS 50 39 33 27 38 34 33 36 46 40 48 43 21 Lees-McRae — Boiling Springs Junior College W ' ingate Junior College Milligan Lees-McRae Lenoir Rhyne Boiling Springs Mitchell W ' ingate . Muchell I-enoir Rhyne Eastern Carolina S. T. C. -Milligan 6 20 15 28 2 15 19 9 17 16 18 26 18 Back Rozv — Cora LeMay, Coach; Thursa Steed, Assistant Coach: Mary Estes. Forward: Ruth HrsKiNS, Forward; Mildred Barger, Center; Annie Lee Smith, Center; Flora Mae Luckey, Guard; Edith Rudisill, Guard; Matoaka Torrence, Fonvard; Martha Furchess, Assistant Manager; Helen Baker, Manatier. Front Rffzv — Carole Beasley, Guard; Cornelia Felmet, Forward; Geneva Chaffin (Captain), Guard; Naomi Steelman, Guard: Vanda Whicker, Guard. RHODODFJ Physical Education Major Club Back Row — Mildred Barger. Beatrice Bingham, Edith Rudisill. Vanda Whicker. Bernice Brawley. Martha Delaney. Mary Braswell. Ellie Lane. Carole Beasley. Beverley fowler. Martha Furchess, Cornelia Felmet. Mae Bryant. Kneeling — Flora Mae Luckey. Ruth Huskins. Helen Baker. Routh Dixon. Matoaka Torren ' ce. Louise Quackenbush. Ella Thompson. Susie McConnell. Eupha Bowman. Hazel Beaver. Freshman Football Squad Back Roil ' — McCLOUD. EVANS, PETTIGREW. WILLIS. WHALEY. CARSON. G. PASSAGE, QURNELL. GELLISPIE. Middle Row — LACKEY. POTEAT. J. PASSAGE. FARTHING. MORRIS. McLaurin. Crooks. Front Row — Laughridge. Miller. Houck, Craft. Wood. Norris. TOWNSEND. Volleyball Helen Baker, Carole Beasley. Louise Quackenbush. Martha Delaney. Ruth HusKiNS. Flora Mae Luckey. Routh Dixon. Ella Thompson. Cornelia Felmet. Hocke Mae Bryant, Helen Baker. Ellie Lane, Carole Beasley, Ruth Beaver, Ella Thompson. Flora Mae Luckey. Dorothy Holt. Edith Rudisill. Hazel Beaver, Martha Delaney. Ruth Huskins. Beatrice Bingham. BOOK IV ACTIVITIES Primitive man satisfied his hunger by daily hunting. He must have met with a great experi- ence when he discovered that there were other ways of providing a food supply. Early man pre- served food by the use of salt, by the use of the sun ' s rays, and by the use of a dehyd rating process. The drying process is used at the present time. Other methods of preserving food at the present time are canning and refrigeration. Man has finally achieved some certainty in securing a permanent food supply by using these methods of preservation. The preservation of food must be placed alongside the discovery of fire, the division of a written language, and the domestica- tion of plants and animals as an epochal event in the development of man. LITERARY SOCIETIES RHODODFA Thalian Literary Society OFFICERS FIRST QUARTER Lillian Hire President Ellen HamriCK Vice-President Helen Baker Recording Secretary Louise Michael Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Holt Treasurer Jessie Mae Goodman Censor Kathrine Brown Critic OVELIA Owens Chaplain SECOND QUARTER Margaret Life President Grace WeaVIL Vice-President RheBA HinsON Recording Secretary Eloise Yelton Corresponding Secretary Ethel HembY Treasurer Ruth Scarborough Censor IsLEAN Ray Critic Virginia Houck Chaplain THIRD QUARTER Kate Huskins President Martha Butner Vice-President Lucy Little Recording Secretary Dorothy Holt Corresponding Secretary Annie Maude Hire Treasurer Ellen Hamrick Censor Daisy Floyd Critic Frances Hinson Chaplain Thalian Literary Society MEMBERS Louise Abrams Vergie Atkins Callie Abernathy Gladys Avery Sara Armfield ANNE Brower Helen Baker Mildred Barger EuPHA Bowman Virginia Brown Martha Butner Beulah Bryant Maude Butner Annie Beard LAVOLA CARENDER Laura Carson Margaret Collier Marie Chapman JiMMiE Coulter Mabon Dye Ruth Dixon Mary Lou Dedmon Irene Dickson Laurine Elliott Ruth Epps Inez Everhart Margaret Eury Daisy Floyd Frances Galloway Marion Gilbert Edna Gentry Jessie Goodman Connie Grant Ethel Grubbs Ellen Hamerick Kathleen Helms Ethel Hemby Eva Hopkins Francine Holt Dorothy Holt Frances Hinson Reba Hinson Dorothy Herman Lillian Hire Annie Maude Hire Pauline Hobson Elizabeth Holden Virginia Houck Sara Howard Ruth Huskins Kate Huskins Martha Harold Matilda Hair Mildred Hall Vera Isenhour Aline King Ellie Lane Helen Ledbetter Mary Lipe Margaret Lipe Lucy Little Frances Lathan Vista Lawson Mary Ruth Lasley Lucille Lopp Louise Leonard Rebecca Mabe Louise Michael Minnie Morris Daisy Meacham Anna McGinsey Mabel Moore Grace Mitchem Eva Myers Gladys McCurdy Bettie Martin Mary McCollum Annie Lou Neal Ovelia Owens Beatrice Parker Elizabeth Pratt Edith Pratt Eunice Quinn Islean Ray Helen Smith Norine Sharpe IvA Sale Ruth Scarborough Hazel Sharpe Mozelle Spainhour Nona Stout Gladys Sturgill Catherine Styers Lillian Simpson Mary Jane Snow Lola Thomas Clatie Tussey Ruth Thompson Nell Todd Blanche Townsend ANNE Wetmore Mary Alice Washam Grace Weavil Erma White Argie Wilburn Mary Alice Wilson Mary Lillian Watts RHODODFA Phila Retian Literary Society ( " iREENE TlIOM I ' SON FIRST QUARTER LaVonne Putnam Kathleen Morris Clarine Duke Clarice Thompson FoY Cook Ruth Sherwood Tine shipman . President ' ice-Presiden! Secretary Treasurer Critic Censor Reporter ALMA SHOAF Chaplain SECOND QUARTER Grace Greene I ' resulent Mabel Lee Vice-President Mabel RhVNE Secretary Frances Huitt Treasurer Mary Nichols Critic Ella Thompson Censor Clarice Thompson Reporter Tine Shipman .... ChupUun Clarice Thompson Clarine Duke Ella Thompson Beverly Fowler . THIRD QUARTER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Alma Shoaf . . Rachel Shidal Grace Greene Mabel Lee . Critic Censor Reporter Chaplain Dynician Literary Society Burns Warlick FIRST QUARTER MARY FOLA Burns President Helen Greene Vice-President Nell McSwAIN Secretary Elizabeth Sinclair Treasurer MARTHALENE Davis Chaplain Daisy May Williams Chorister Avis Vance ... , , Piamst Vanda Whicker . Critic Louise Jones Censor SECOND QUARTER Marguerite Bandy President Lucille Warlick Vice-President MARTHALENE Davis Secretary Bertie Bridges Treasurer Gail Phillips Critic Edith RudISILL Censor Lois Long Chaplain Margaret Rogers Pianist Cornelia FELMET Chorister THIRD QUARTER Lucille Warlick President JUANITA Gobble Vice-President Daisy Williams Secretary Geneva CHAFFIN Treasurer Helen Greene Critic Mary Fola Burns Censor Elizabeth Miller . Chaplain Martha FuRCHESS Chorister Avis Starling Pianist RtiODODFJ Vernician Literary SocictN ' Burns Westmoreland FIRST QUARTER SECOND QUARTER Alma Burns President SARA HoYLE Westmoreland President OLLIE Jean Coffey Vice-President Elizabeth SHIPMAN Vice-President Mary E. Burns Recording Secretary GLADYS BLAKLEY Recording Secretary Gladys BLAKLEY Cor. Secretary MYRTLE NANCE Corresponding Secretary HAZEL Wilson Treasurer NAOMI BRANDON Treasurer Virginia South Censor Flora Mae Luckey Censor MARGARET BARRINGER Critic NELLIE CARPENTER Critic Naomi Brandon Chaplain Margaret Fidler Chaplain THIRD QUARTER Elizabeth SHIPMAN President Naomi TRANTHAM . Treasurer Catherine Durham Vice-President Margaret Fidler Censor Nelle Carpenter Rec. Secretary Ollie Jean Coffey Cntic Martha Hardin. Corresponding Secretary BONNIE SMITH Chaplain Delta Phi Sigma Baucom Huffman " FIRST QUARTER Boyd Baucom . President Don Huffman Vice-President Dick LAWSON Secretary-Treasurer Red Lackey .Ass ' t. Secretary -Treasurer MOIR AYERS Critic Luther Todd Chaplain William Bandy Censor Ray StikE Representative SECOND QUARTER Earl May President Luther Todd Vice-President Bernard MURDOCK . . Secretary-Treasurer Herbert GRAYBEAL Censor Ray Stike Cn ' ric MOIR AYERS Chaplain Bill Shields Sergeant-of-Arms Hugh Browning Representative THIRD QUARTER Don C. Huffman President Herbert GrAYBEAL Vice-President Edward Love Secretary -Treasurer James Crooks. , Ass ' t. Secretary-Treasurer Lloyd HOBBS Censor Neal Hartley Cnric Wayne Blevins Chaplain ERWIN smart Sergeant-of-Arms Ray Stike Representative RHODODFJ Appalachian Literary Society TrI Pl.F.TTF. Atchley R RU FIRST QUARTER John TRIPLETTE President HOYLE White Vice-Presidem Edward HaMRICK . . Secretary-Treasurer Robert KILLIAN Asst. Secretary -Treasurer Thomas Wood Cntic James Patterson . Chaplam CULLEN Johnson Censor SECOND QUARTER LAWRENCE Atchley President Eugene BYRD Vice-President Graham Jackson . Secretary-Treasurer DWAYNE Thompson . Asst. Sec ' y-Treas. L. J. GANN Critic Paul Huffman Censor John TRIPLETTE Janitor THIRD QUARTER Eugene BYRD President John TRIPLETTE , Critic Edward HAMRICK Vice-President EUGENE KOON Chaplain James Anderson Secretary-Treasurer ROY TURBYFILL Censor Jack GIBBS . Asst. Secretary-Treasurer LAWRENCE ATCHLEY Janitor Alpha Sigma Gamma Steele FIRST QUARTER Murphy PRIVETTE President GLENARD WARLICK Vice-President June Steele Secretary SECOND QUARTER GLENARD WARLICK Harlon Gilliam Howard Goodman .... President . Vice-President Secretary THIRD QUARTER June Steele President Cecil VANNOY Vice-President Henry BEEKER Secretary RMODODfj Wood H. CiRtE.NE Stike P I ' 1 N A M Byrii Atkins Rankin, Coach Debating During this year the debating squad has made one of its best records. The year has been exceptionally filled. Including both Men and Women, the College has engaged in fifty-five debates with the representatives of other colleges. Due to tha use of individual rating systems used in part of the contests, it is impossible to give concrete results for every contest. However, in the South Atlantic Forensic Tournament Women ' s teams tied for first place, and Men ' s teams placed in third position. One of the most constructive events of the year has been the founding of the Appalachian Mountain Forensic and Speech Tournament and .Model League Assembly. It was held for the firft time this year; and the College is expecting to make it a permanent, annual affair. W, A Mas AllRAMS Coavh I.r-STIR I KIll OnilM- (tRA( " F- (iRKFN ' F OnUor ' , A- ' .. .■ ., , y , ' yy _ CLUBS RHODODFJ ( ; N N TbI !■ W ' UITENKK International Relations C luh OI-f-ICERS L. J. GANN President JOHN TRIPLETTE Vice-President Louise ABRAMS Secretary ELIZABETH SHIPMAN Recording Secretary Thomas Wood ' Treasurer Dr. D. J. WhiTENER Sponsor ' " M MEMBERS Basil Annas Nick Antonakos adolph Atkins MARciUERiiE Bandy Eugene Byrd Alma Burns Jack Gibbs Grace Greene Don Hufeman Dale Keller Robert Killian Earl May Bernard Murdock Virginia South RAY STIKE MOZELLE SPAINHOUR Clarice Thompson DwAYNE Thomp son Eugene Wike Glenn Yount Mav Shannon Ward WiKt (Ikihh National Economics Club OFFICERS EARL May President HENRY SHANNON Vice-President Grace Ward Secretary -Treasurer Eugene WikE Representative Professor Grubbs , Sponsor WmRm James Anderson Adolph Atkins Marguerite Bandy Ralph Beam Hugh Browning J. B. Crow Annie Maude Hire ROLL Don Huffman Frank Killian Robert Killian Blanche Kistler Mary Lipe Edward Love Bruce MacFadyen Georgia McCall Paschal McLaurin Andy Nesbitt Murphy Privette Helen Ratchford Ervin Smith Dwayne Thompson Vanda Whicker RHODODfj Y. V. C. A. Dorothy Brake President Avis Wilhelm y ice President Clarice Thompson Secretary Lucille Warlick Treasurer Betty Howard .. IV arid FcHotvship Chm. Alma Burns --. Program Chairman Helen Baker Publicity Ch airman Elizabeth Shipman — Social Chairman CiEORGiA McCall Sociol Service Chm. Sarah H. Westmoreland Reporter Tressie Mae Cashion Chorister Lucy Little Pianist Thompson W vri.u k Sarah Lee Armfield Helen Baker Marguerite Bandy Nora Barefoot Leitha Beam Madge Beam Anne Beard Hazel Beaver Ruth Beaver T helm A Blackburn Frances Boden ham m er EupHA Bowman Sarah Bowman- Dorothy Brake Bertie Bridges Minnie Laura Brown Mary Fola Burns Martha Butner M A U DE A N N a B UT N ER Alma Burns Lavola Carenher XoRA Case Tressie Mae Cashion Rachel Cauble Marie Chapman Mary Sue Childers iargabf-t collier Hattie Lee Costner JiMMiE Coulter Ollik Jean Coffey Juanita Dickerson Polly Dougherty Delia White Douglas Clarine Duke Kathryn Durham Ruth Epps Inez Everhart Cornelia Felmet Sarah Flinch en EUDELL FoRMVDUVAL . L rtha Furchess Irma Gabriel Grace Greene Hel en Green Mildred Greer Lucy Gullege Margaret Ham by Ellen Hamrick Martha Hardin Knox Heafner Frances Hinson Reba Hinson Annie L u d Hire Lillian Hire Dorothy Holt Franceen Holt Eva Jones Hopkins " ir(;inia Houck Betty Howard Ruth Howard Frances Huitt Miriam Huitt Cora Ellen L gram Nina Jones L rgaret Kelly WiLMA Lee Lackey Mabel Lee Lucy Little l rgaret i-ipe Elizabeth Long Lois Long Annie Lee Georgia McCall Mary McCall Gladys McCurdy Anna Sue McGimsev Geneva McNL nus Elizabeth Miller NL bel Moore Kathleen Morris Louise Morrison Eva Myers . L Rv Nichols M iLDRKu Parks Odessa Parks Gail Philips Fave Plott Helen Poovev Louise Quac ken bush Edith Roberts Edna Rogers Julia Renfro Edith Rudisill Fave Sale IvA Sale Ruth Scarborough MOZELLE ScHULER Ruby Scronce Norine Sharpe El r z A B et h S h i p m a n Tine Shipman Louise Shoaf Agnes Sims Agnes Slate Maisie Smith Nona Stout Jessie Strickland Jane Tedder Clarice Thompson Ella Thompson Routh Thompson Stella Tilley Matoaka Torrence Grace W vrd Maye Warden Lucille Warlick Mary Alice Wash am Sarah H. Westmoreland Avis Wit.hei m Daisy Williams Hazel ' ilson Jewel Wilson WiLDA Wilson Margaret Wray Mabel Yoder Pearl York Howard B ir R N s Baker McCall Westmoreland Cashion Y. M. C. A. Privette Don C. Huffman . Luther Todd J. Murphy Privette June Steele JAMES Patterson , LAWERENCE ATCHLEY Boyd baucom VAN G. HiNSON President Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer Chaplain .Chairman Program Committee Program Committee Program Committee Sponsor Roll according to picture: First Row — (Left to Right): MURPHY PRIVETTE. DON C. Huffman. L. J. Gann: Second Row: Eugene Koon. Charles Elliot. Lawerence ATCHLEY; Third Row: LUTHER TODD. CLIFFORD LONG. JAMES PATTERSON. CECIL HAR- MON, Glenn YOUNT,- Fourth Row: JACK SMITH. JUNE STEELE. HOWARD GOODMAN. JACK GIBBS; Fifth Row: CLINE BRAY. GRAHAM JACKSON. JOHN CREW. WlLLARD BESS; Sixth Row: Howard Kiser. Wheeler Farthing. Vance McBride. Basil Annis. Carl Mar- Tin. Ray Stike. Jerome Huneycutt. J. Boyd Baucom. (Not in picture) Neil Hartley. RHODODfj w White Hall Club OFFICERS Firsr UaU Catherine Durham Presideni Grace Greene Vice-President Knox HeafneR Secretary-Treasurer Last Half Knox Heafner President Helen Smith Vice-President Bonnie Smith Secretary-Treasurer Lovill Club OFFICERS First Quarter Eunice Quinn Mildred Greer Sara Westmoreland President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Second Quarter Margaret Rogers President Frances Walker Vice-President EUDELL FoRMYDUVAL Secretary-Treasurer Third Quarter Sara Doggett Martha Harrill Eva Myers . . .... President . . Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer RHODODFJ New Dormitory Club OFFICERS First Half Marguerite Bandy President Lucille WarlICK Vice-President Vanda Whicker Secretary Louise Jones Treasurer Second Half Mary Life President Vanda Whicker Vice-President Wilda Wilson Secretary Carolyn Moore Treasurer GLEE CLUB Cashion , Johnson Avers OFFICERS Gobble Tressie Mae Cashion CuLLEN Johnson . , MoiR Avers JuANiTA Gobble LETA Tester . President Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Librarian Sopranos — Lillian Ahrams. ' irginia Brown. Ollie Jean Coffey. Geraldine Deaver, Ruth Epjis. Mary Lipe, Lucy Little. Edna Rogers, Jane Teflder, Argie Wilburn. Daisy Mae Williams; Altos — Xora Barefoot. Tressie Mae Cashion, Marga-et Eury. Cornelia Felmet. Juanita Gobble, Margaret Haml)y, Miriam Huitt, Alma Seaford; Tenors- — Moir Ayers, Jack Gibbs. Neal Hartley. T. B. Huneycutt, Stancill Nanney, Bill Shields, Hoyle White; Basses- — Henry Beeker, Dewey Bingham. C. R. Brown, Kyle Dickson. Howard Goodman, Jerome Huneycutt. CuUen Johnson, John Triplette. RHODODFa Cara Lomes Freddie Moore Director Back Row: JOHNNV THOMPSON, Trombone: ERVIN NORTON. First Trumpet. GEORGE BLU.VI. Second Trumpet; BOB ELLIOTT. Third Trumpet; BERNARD MURDOCK. Bass: WAR- REN Mitchell. Piano. Front Row: JACK GIBBS. Violin and Vocalist: BILL KESTER. Tenor Saxophone: BLAINE GIBBS. Third Alto Saxophone: WENDELL WILSON. Drums; FREDDIE MOORF. First Alto Saxophone The College Orchestra Mrs. Ruth Copfey Porter Dnecior FREDDIE Moore Assislam Director Lucy Little President Back Row: Bill Kester. Blaine Gibbs. Freddie Moore. Bob Elliott. Ervin Nor- ton. Hughes Burleson. Warren Mitchell. Wendell Wilson. Front Row: JACK GIBBS. LUCY LITTLE. BERNARD MURDOCH. SARA LEIGH ARMFIELD, Vista Lawson. Martha Burner (Virginia Brown. Margaret Roc;ers — not in picture). Band ERVIN Norton Director Bach Row: Left to Right. BERNARD MURDOCK. GLENN YOUNT. BLAINE GiBBS. Front Row: Left to Right. BILL BANDY. BOB ELLIOTT. HUGHES BURLESON, WENDELL WILSON, Jack Gibbs. Fred Self. Bill Kester. Freddie Moore. Ervin Morton. Home Economics Club Roll: Lucy Gullidge. Phoebe Gilmore. Hazel Sharp, Frances Huitt. Annette McKay. Elizabeth Pratt. Jewell Wilson. Hazel Wilson. Prue Houser. Miss Dale. Lucy Little. Gail Phillips, Peg Hamby. Ruth Thompson. Grace Weavil. Carolyn Moore. Catherine Styers. Mary Jo Curry. Dorothy Herman. Naomi Walker. Betty Howard. Betty Martin. Margaret Lipe. Georgia McCall. Mildred Iley. Knox Heafner. Nora Case. RHODODFA Ashe C()unt Club Howard Goodman Wayne Blevins EDNA Miller Ruth Barker Wayne Blevins Kyle Dickson Hazel L. Dolinger Swanson Edwards Howard Goodman ROLL Herbert Graybeal Gertrude Graybeal Thomas Graybeal Flossie Graybeal Talmadge Houck Roger King Presidenl ' ice-Presi(lent Secretary and Treasurer Pauline McNeill William McNeill Edna Miller FAY L. Miller Kathleen Sutherland Grady Tyree Le Cercle Francais Minnie Morris President Grace Greene ' ue-Presideni Neil Hartley Seirelaru and Treasurer Appalachian Staff McFadven Frank Moore Editor-in-Chief Bruce MACFADYEN Business Manager Georgia McCALL Associate Editor Harry Breez e Managing Editor Eugene Wike News Editor Edward HAMRICK Sports Editor Mary LIPE Social Editor GLENNARD WARLICK Feature Editor Ruth Scarborough Exchange Editor Robert KILLIAN . . Alumni Editor Hugh Browning Circulation Manager Joe TOWNSEND Assistant Circulation Manager Henry Shannon Assistant News Editor Margaret EURY Assistant Social Editor McCall Scarborough Breeze KiLLIAN Warlick Eury BOOK V FEATURES We Look to the Future We must always look to the future lUith a knowledge of the past. We cannot accurately predict the future but our actions of tomorrow must be guided by our knowledge of the past. We look into the future and see stream-lined vehicles of the land. sea. and air; we see complicated laboratory instruments and we see huge stainless steel buildings. We know that all of these things would not have been possible if some man in the past had not made the simple lever, some other man had not made the screw, and some other man had not discovered the principle of the wheel and axle. SUPERLATIVES Qui I pnl f. S ' iss oAppalachum y y ia ' caiietdc u ' aiiXu iMost ' Valuable y ' cank yl Lcote iMost Valuable SVlost T ' opular J uTci lyLuiet iMost ' T opular J- ' cei Hc yvlaii K adiion S ay een JA.,. 1 ILCCIl -tlciiAuittj Hasseltinf. SiiiPMAN Cbace Chekne Cornelia Felmet Daisy Williams Polly DoriiiiERTY Thelma Blackhurn Ruth Efps Doroihy Holt (mm. I ' HILLIPS El ' DELL FoRMYDUVAL HeLEN PoOVEY SPONSORS C 1 1 Tel petit : lit cLl 1 1 The ' -Rhododendron ' iiuiiL til lyii In (I t Pi The " Jihododendron J Senior (7 o.s.s C uiapet t ' ' Liuan junior Cl ss CZ t J—CLcill .:r-i tnitLclii Sophomore C ss ; -rcicii jUa ' ooveu Freshman Closs Playcrafters — " Footsteps " . . . " Zaraqueta " . . . " Footsteps " . . . " The Mi- kado " . . . " The Mikado " . . . May Day. 19 i5 — Here comes the Queen . . . The Court pays tribute . . . Queens of the future . . . Zeigfeld Follies . . . Robin Hoods . . . Gay Nineties . . . Soloist . . . " Sicing your partner " . . . Maypole of Merry mount . . . " Sheep are in the meadou:. " » ' • ' -1 J. ' i ! 1- i • 1 f ' TI X 5 " ' 1 r-- ' :: . " " --•■ « . . E-l " Ouch " . . . Wat kins ' Bone Breakers . . . Second Bitsy Grant . . . Home Run . . . Bonfire pep meeting . . . Spectators seeing plenty . . . Biddy and Dick . . . Flucie and his Freshman Basketeers . . . Take to water like Ducks . . . Is there a Dempsey or Louis here? . . . They hit the " Apple " . . . Great Guards {against women ) . . . Freshman Snake Dancers. Waiting patiently {for whom ) . . . Boys, you must yo . . . The stay line hungry for beans . . . Smiling Prof. Yoder . . . " Act one, scene one " . . . Mrs. Doicnum should watch out . . . Miss Lona in for a " talking " . . . Dr. Dough- erty obeys the rule . . . Stead (a racing coach) . . . Miss Lona can " take it " . . . Hamburger and a cup of coffee, please . . . Oh, you naughty " Jack " . . . Our Muscle Shoals . . . Million dollar smiles . . . House of misery for practice teach- ers .. . The Big Boy looks on . . . Mr. Greene forgets commas, periods, etc. . . . Harvard and Appalachian together . . . " Doc " enjoys football too. ' ■ ' ' ; ji: I ' i On a Polar Expedition . . . Girls, you mus ' n ' t . . . Remember Freshman Week. . . . Ye. Black! Ye. Gold! . . . Oh. My goodness! what animals are these? . . . Getting ready for the battle . . . " Gas House Gang " . . . " Indians are coming " . . . Gateway to love . . . Tough Guys . . . Power House . . . Boone weather . . . First floor in person . . Four Musketeers . . . Good " ole " fountain . . . Thos? smiling Irish eyes . . . Sorta kneesey . . . On to Winkler ' s . . . Watch, it may fall on you . . . Antarctica . . . Who ' s the S. P. you ' re smiling at. ' ' . . . Is that cul- ture. ' . . . Which is " Bauc " . ' . . . Oh me! Oh my! What a bunch! Upper Left Corner — Spanish troubadour . . . Baskeleers go riding ion their feet) . . . All " Corn " . . . Mob spirit . . . Everything is " hunky dorky " . . . When figures don ' t lie . . . Don ' t he frightened. Dear . . . Believers in evolution. Left side of A — " Jan Garher " and .- ' Kid Brother and first flame . . . Watch out for a " Daymare " . . . Not too close. Hoivard . . . Beautiful feet for a " Crooner " . . . Why didn ' t you catch me? . . . Another one. " Marg " ' . . . Mother taught me better, hut ' . ' . . . . Peg and Trip [about ready to " tie the knot " ) . . . What a man! . . . Don ' t lose your equilibrium . . . This is leap year. Johnny. Bar through A [left side) — Irre. ' iistible Don . . . Why the chain. ' ' . . . Lower right corner — Illusion i ' Choo. " " Choo " looks like an engine) . . . Plodding homeward Hall of Fame {?) . . . Three escaped animals from circus . . . Nice doggie, good doggie. Loiver left-hand corner — On the lonely trail . . . Governor said. " No hand-outs at front. " Watch out for fleas . . . " Horse " and Red {mostly Red) . . . What spinach will do for four. Bar across A — " Tweetsie " must be on fire . . . Ride. Mister Right side of the A {starting at top) — Imagine " Ick " with a girl . . . Mac is out for wrestling . . . No marriage: May Day . . . Two artists in same field . . . I would smile too . . . Snow cream is good but cold . Love-sick birds . . . Ray. it ' s easy to make a speech to her . . . Dot and Shannon {operetta. Windows, piano. ?) . . . Man-hater Kate . . . Privette with another one . . . Don ' t catch cold sitting at fountain. Upper right-hand corner {left to right) — Has taken Nature Study . . . We want two " more " . . . Whoa! Horses . . . Fifi . . . Good music, good singing, good looks: all here . . . Ahoy! Captains . . . The trio goes snowing . . . Apple a day keeps the doctor away. RHODODFA In 1894, the Governor of North Carolina said: " We take pleasure ifl stati smart Chatham Homespun suits — the same rugged fab Bthat has been loomed by three generations of Carolina weavers in the Blue Ridge. Winston-Salem Elkin, North Carolina. W ATAUGA COl NTY BANK BOONE. N. C. A Complete Banking Service $5,000 DEPOSITS GUARANTEED Compliments of j New Rner L ii ht Power Company ! j Dillon Supply Go. J I ! I Industrial Supplies | I Myers Home Water Systems ! I National Steel Pipe ' ! I RALEIGH— DURHAM A FRIEND I Compliments of ! I I . i j j Smith ' s Transfer Co. I j i i ' Motor Express Service Telephone 24 Lenoir, N. C. j j Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hodges and Hodges Tire Go. Compliments j A. P. Tea Gompany ! j j i W. R. Ghevrolet Go. I i Boone, N. C. i I T. M. DUNKLEV. Mgr. The Only Complete Low- Priced Car SERVICE SUPREME j Compliments from j Spainhours, Inc. I Boone ' s Leading Department i Store j j Always Backing A, S. T. C. I PEARSON ' S j STORE I i 1 i I j j I j ! Sanitary Barber Shop j I Under Watauga Drug RHODODCA 1 j COMPLIMENTS OF [ THE BOOK srORE j [ APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE j CORNER COLLEGE AND LOCUST STREETS i BOONE, N. C. REINSSTURDIVANT I • I " Oicnt ' d and Operated by the College for Your Convenience " | i I i I I THE FUNERAL HOME I LICENSED EMBALMERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS I ! I I Ambulance Service — Day and Nighl i PHONE 24 BOONE. N. C I BELKWHITR COMPANY Boone ' s Newest and Largest Department Store THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES I i i ASK ABOUT THE NEW ROYAL TYPEWRITERS WITH TOUCH CONTROL TYPEWRITERS— SAFES— ADDING MACHINES SALES— SERVICE— SUPPLIES Deal Typewriter Exchange 13 34 UNION SQUARE HICKORY, N. C, - J - j ' ' ' . i I j Bank of Blowing Rock I j BLOWING ROCK. N. C. our deposits in this bank insured by thf Federal Insurance Corporation Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor. $5,000.00 Compliments of the Atlas Supply Go. Wholesale Plumbing. Heating. Water works and Industrial Supplies Atlas Supply Co. WiNSTON-SALEM. N. C. Compliments of Daniel Boone Hotel BOONE. N. C. " In the Land of the Sky " THE WILKES HOTEL NORTH WILKESBORO. N. C. I Compliments of i BOONE DRUG GOMPANY The Rexall Store Boone. N. C. 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