Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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RHODODENDRON 7937 HENRY SHANNON EDITOR - IN - CHIEF THOMAS C. WOOD BUSINESS MANAGER tCHl L t FOR THE SENIOR CLASS OF APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA . . MiiraiBToi IMIII.I.A . (lllv It, IHUU. W iin iiHlt-« ) priiiiit 111 b ■li|f l i vliilf- Ihnt nt- nrv to h«»rMliililiit(iMl here in lli« ntNir (ulurv n m:ti H l ul liiitli Kriiilc. Til qomtion n( nvQl Intf n KiHul wh(Mil-biiil(lin({ tiiiH Ihvii iif citiitMl hcri ' t o r thn | iiNt fi w niH-kH, iinil nn liiHt Siiturilii.v H tnp iijng iil n «ihii hill r) ll ihrl • a, w. n i ut« tiv liiii I ' m iL-inN . M;i L ' l, I ' m. ' , I At nii- iiolm ill " viiti ' oil I ' li ' jii ' Mi T.is i:iki ' n, iifiil llii ' l qiiii l, iinit sniniii;;. iinprf t»Ii ' li ' j ' iK liillt toMii A HiiniiB r«- cniv ' il pviTv votM ».w ' . iliref, lli( Mltrhfll (JHlcKiilinn vo liiiK (or .Monti ' Ziiiiiii. When 111! ' ifsult ul till ' v ' i, iv.i! un iiiMiiioiil TDUiiil litter riiiiiid ( iili|i!aii. ' o wen! iiivfnr mr lii ' .Mi, ;:i,,I ii si. H ill 1 Bhr lio lEW TRA1HIR6 SCKGOl TRUSTEES HEH Th« new board " f ttie Appalachian ' I ' •! [Ut!t Hi (he Critcli ii day niKlir. ' Dr. Hr .»L K-i. N ' jii.- Suporinl Ti it ' nt ami IV " -! " A T, All -n. dirvfUir uf i- ' • " ' ■■ ing in North V ' aru ' , - prifhenl. Ttie m fort ' C ' ltrk of Coil tl rv;! it ' i Cap!. E. K. L imM wa- •♦ ' NH ' t. ' .l chairinaD of the bo. ' irti. VM»N! b. ASSEMBLY ALTERS RT NAMEOFA.T.S. Fir l Sl W- k. of Ik. Irrta m E»dt S«t«r4«p — other Scl«U i i nvw charier ' for th« ncbool I Izes fcctinc tlin kliotcl club I the i ' nt. In NORMAL IS MADE 4-YEAR COLLEGE Bill PMicd By R mqI AMvmblr Chai g«i Nam of Local ln«lit»- tion and Empoworc it to Co«f«r Degroas The following bill, intrDduced in thr 8onat« by S«nator Blue and pus- ed by the recent Avion of Oie ■• ertl assembly, chanjre the juae -jf the Appalachian ' SUte Nonaal , School to " AppaTachian St »p T««eh- its ' Tollccc " and empower til j. faculty to confer " such At tm m 1l are ii: ually conferred by similUr which in Wit ANTONIUS ANTONAKOS We, the Senior Class of Appalachian State Teachers College, luish to show by the dedication of the annual, our appreciation to you who has helped us to such a great extent during the past four years. Not only have you been our teacher but also our entertainer. In years to come many of us shall know how to operate the spectroscope or know the difference between the rhomboideus and the supraspinatus muscles because of your excellent instruction. All of us shall remember " The Import- ance of Being Earnest. " " The Impatience of Job. " and " Gammer Gur ton ' s Needle. " Few are as versatile. Even in your hobbies you have gone farther than many professionals in similar fields. Al- though these are only a few things which you have done, these alone are enough for us to know that we want to dedicate the 1937 Rhododendron to you, Professor Antonakos. Robert C. Rivers, Km mil . M I ' lioiiun rHuiiKii.vY. Apiii2 ' ' i. r.ii n, nr llviiiiHiiit: ii uii«riinl l linvp wilrif •Kii A- .. on dn.v iiikI Ki ' i will J iiiit 11 ilpRrw o ii (iiri ( ii In th v»ry iii ' irkMl inuiii ' b.v thi« •i H the y ifif IIP ,pr ,ilii At rl rlll ' h t tfP d vu •me. n du It. 1)thH nu.i({ nii-n timl liilicM de Tnt s! ' i " V ' (ip Tirtl inciitinii.but wp fPfirr ' f " fir r.i iniikp tir.y iliKrriitiiiiii " •f-UlOll— III! lllll »HI. Tin- HIMHH ' ll iohi " d|p„ ,„„,l,. I,y ,1, n ' pri-Hcntu- ' " j " ' ! tirt-M III tliH t«o n-ni. ' tii in |p or! " ' ■ ' ' ' " y ' liu ' i ' nrr ' viTV touch t iiiff 1111(1 it|ii)il to iiliiumt uiiy innn Icolli ' K viiliilii ' loriiiii. ' ' " " l Ami imn.f ' ir Ili Tiiiiiiiiic 11 wi Si-lioiil. I iMiiniit »«■•■ h o «• ihii-ii ' " ' " ' " " " ' " tf " " " iint.v 1 oth ' ■ " " Hffo ' ' ' 1 to I ' ll ' i " pro|ii i i- Id bpjiioii III lliiii iiolile. iiulilivKfiir h ' lilt it«l innn, Mr. l, " oiii ' , uo iio.» wn8i,.|,„||,.p ,,j I do not bi-liei " ! ' ' ' ithitt Dili ' iifoiili ' hiivM I ' VHr IV «rn» .. , . . ilip llllf. -d Wllllt thiH IIIKlltlltlOII iiltP ' l] " oiilii iiipiin fiiriinv loiiility. nrp,lii till Hi ' Ht |iliii-p it iiiviinK " " " • (ouror tlvo iliousun.l ilulliirH ' Hpvnt III till ' iMPi ' lioiiol II Kuii " ■IuIiIp liuililiiic. thPii two tlioii , (hp;fnn l iiiiiiiiiill.vfroiii till ' Stiitp d be for thi- Hii|i|i ii ' l of tlii ' Bi ' liool, ' pnt- und tlilH nil!, in nil iiinhnbili inty, ty. bp inrrpuhpcl to live llioii the Kiind in ' i f. ' » .vi ' iir . Itpniili ' , thp 11 libpTiil p!«titiititH ot thp num OBd-UiPr ' otxIiul ' ii ' K ' fniMi I|ipm vi ' |i rdpr. conntipH woiiM not b " I c s b th« ihiin tlirre tiiinilrpd iliilliiri ' , Ard, VhisnoitM iiipiin nt li ' iiht Hf- doii tppn I ' .uii li ' i-il H vpiir in ih« 1 of inntlpr of boiird IiIIIm. ur Thnn iiniitlitT ifnat nilvnn y io tiiice irciiM not only lip in I be dollni uiid I ' pntH. but HI) in- iged ■■iiulion iif thin kind will tbi hi-l|i to elprnt thn nioriil, vo I ' u! dul imd int " 4lprluiil strati- A I3ll nhip whip wliii ' i)e. flOHl lH.V. NO II lipr I pvid vr« Hidp. hn|p rbrl r g prB » hIipII iiiir I mhpi doiii l-Ollf. ■t poni tion oftJ idh c Mire •■)in iiih I nnxi toS thni " The supreme business of the school is to develop: 1. A sense of justice. 2. The power of initiative. 3. Independence of character. 4. Correct civic and social habits. 5. The ability to cooperate toivard the common good. " — Dr. Frank Crane. With this as the goal it can be under- stood why our school has made such rapid progression. Feeling that the stu- dents would like to know more of this, since they are vitally concerned in it. the 1937 Rhododhndron has chosen lor its theme the presenting of the stages in this development. BOOK I College Faculty BOOK II Classes Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen BOOK III Athletics BOOK IV Activities Societies Clubs Publications BOOK V Features Superlatives Sponsors W Watauga Dsu lust II mB. » ' «rt C. Rivers, •|,,.|,. KuiTOIl AMiJ ' lI.iri.:: J It r ' - i-jrk rauBKHAV April 21. t ' .h ■ !!, dnv i: ' ' . t 1- riieii ' a .. he A, . liiiin I $t.Mf|y,on llie (]Hf»;iiin. It siilvi ' il.Tlint wortH ' fi [ilimiM ■loIRS) lie mil ill.v I ' ll DIM tul w i t li ssrcftt iiii ' ii, ' nliirh WIS iiii ' .v (ii !Ui. ' il own. I t on ly of U to Sec- oiir il. we non ' wrv iliiiii iiii M lloni I thv «V four co ' uii trtlli OUIl ' , pnll. iame r 88t-K luiiii ' «nli. suit) t hf I I plear Uo!te r it, lalii- t if thiH «« if tan I i-oii plje ftW. Ill tt. OD Ixitfl «idc!l. I tier. IJ On Tui ' xilii.v morning tlie! rplliclns l)H(fa» ti arrive from! nil direilions mil bv 11 ■ i:Iinrk Hti» liirji;»» iiuilitoriu .vns lUliil Jo ovfiHoMin;;. The inoriijnji oxiTi-iKii i-. riKted ■[ rt ' - ' iliitioDo iiml li Iiiniiwiiiiifi by ll io ndv.itii rlasscs, nliiih Wi ' re ninrh ' ■■ joyoil by -ill. j ' Tlii ' sipi ' riMi firtdiio of !h »! !ay will ttif nniniat 3d». ' r ' liy ilieHon. I oik Cnii;;. . Bl)i villf. This was t lie 111 si , iJl ' i. ' ' Kjuvili lit tlie kiiiil ever deliv-j fjQj I ' red.in the eounty. It wan an inr )iiniii£ »ii ' i ne hr thi t young nii ' l irifted sum of X ( ' . Bwuved the (jriiit mnl ' eni ' e with bin el ' iqin-iii e anil pin- er, dhowiiii the ini[»erative nnnl ol the t ' ducntioiy of ll e mjisKeR to solve the great problWiiK of ejiureli aiiil ' sliite. To nive even n Hynopjiin of this s|)eeili would be n fntile att " ' «i| t. Tliiise wlio billed lo hear liiin, iiiiM« ' l the oppor- Iniiity nlaiost ol u life tiiiio. The inspiiutioii ol his »pee h iiniiol but nerve (niV pi-nple to urealer efforts iind zeal in the enUKe ol efbll: linll. The afteini ' on ixereiseK wer liiken up indvelainn " I Wl srtnf r Th« Witt uf tlie ininiti i ' llD«(j si ecf) pre8« ami II «ir«it with I He I preHH niiy I ■irHii The WatMga Democrat A l):Mi)rn Tiriii.iiilvlii ' «sp,i|i.i d i ' l.i| to tlio iilt. ' i-i ' st ol Cimn III tT Stut auo NnrioM. PiitilisliwJ ' yf •Twrv Thtii-silav nt Itoune, Via ' ' taoga Count V. N . C. PleDtyof Trarhen. The Norrnrti t ' ln.-n ib tlips)- lution of lli i. ' nrhi ' rpldblfin. W lii ' lu-vt tliu il ' iv isroniinii though it in ye ' liii in tli ' (li.« taiicp. wb.n ttiH vpry hcfi aelijnlM shuH iiisitit that nil i f thpir teotlioiH Hhiill I)p tfuxl uaNM of svMDp SoriiiaM ' fMir. v " or other. Ootnljer i i nn .il ti ne to pollii ' t .voiu .voiin-t people together an ' l ciy nth- era whom yon c jki intHrent iind «[urt n iinrimil cliim itniofiK them. Tlieue I ' ljfseH Bhould be tnoRht by a com- petent teacbtr. In iiiHr.y places it will lie the pastor. There will be real wort uUo ir it. H any one imagines h notmnl cluss will run it iell.il would not take him verv long to be undi-ceived. It I wf ' l " " t ■ ' " ' •• However, it l sa necessity it we are to have pienty of ' earherg liy and by. The noriiMl diss will not make Rood teachi-i s ont of.poor onea, bntiwiU im prove both jroo ' ' and indil ferent teachers. Do not de lay, hut start your normal da88 ritcbt nwav.— Kx. Tkt HoP« of tlu Brpi-blic ing ' in ort irh i 8 of nd aid do me 8t »w- iril- u r ICP, be- it. rof of icb IRO red tfr. liv Wlturk Andoor Conarraint, TbeC ' oinniencement of Wa tauga Academy comes off on rhorsday and Frilay, . pril the 16th and 17th. PROOR.IUME. Thorsday. 9, n. m.— Reunion of Literary Societies. 11. a. m.— Sermon by Rev. Seymonr Taylor 2, p. m.— Debate by Appa- lachian Literary. SOOETV: 7:30. p. m,— Exercises by Pri inary D-partinent. Friday, 9. a. m.— Recitations and Deelamiitious. 11. a. ro , — E lucHtional .Mass Meeting. Speakers: E S.( ) ' fey F. A. Linnev. L. H. Michael, J J. T. Reese, J. L. Hayes. J. J. L Sher wood, C. W. Phipps, E. F. Lovill- 2, p. m.— Debate by Watau- ga Literary Society and o- ratioDH by the senior class. 7:30, p. m., Concert. Dotifroa Q«Noa. Is Watauga Democrat Rcbert C Rivers, Imhtou : t I ' liiii ' iiiKToit. rHUiisPAY. Inl.v 1. . ISOO. Wir " nrr iiiilceti proud to bi- nhle ' to stiitf ih:U we nrc to hiive cKtalilislii ' d here in tin near future n .sdiool oF Inirli urade. TIip qut-stion of eri ct un n. mntd Rohool-hnildii)); has bfen nf itiited here for the pa.st few wwks, and on h m Saturday a mcefinp of those interpsted wa.s called. and the liiindHuiiiP nuT;i of one thousand dolars, which is the principal part of the amount wanted, wns raiseil for it8 er«H tinn, nnd we can now state positively that the 8chO(d is acertainty. The building; when completed will be the best one dj far that has ever been, built in the connty, and will be n thine of beauty, nnd, we ho| p, n joy forever. ' TrusteeH hnvo been appointed, nndanindub trions building; onjtnittee is at work, and it is ho[ ed that the house will be ready by Oct. let. The buildinjj wiil be erected in the grove near D. B. Dougherty ' s mdl and the site is lovely. Professors I). I), nnd 15. • B. Dougherty will have charge of the school, this ff ct alone being " enough to inplire its permanent suc- cess. U will not be a local af- fair, but a boarding school that cannot b« Borpast-ed b ' any county in this section to educational advantag etc.. and itisthe intention the Professors to bring this school young men, bo and girls from all the sq founding country. in i Oil lifl aJ v tol wl ' his 1 liij Mil wJ er.i was hoiU did 11)1 te(| (Jol sir col " 1.1 sal tly bi A Word :■■ • to WaUori XttAtmj. iMitiir Ih irriit: IVi-hai ' H ' ivjlllieof inter-j ehl to Home . ' i vour reader? lo know thiit III ' ' deed to iIh ' propert.v npon whi ' -h Wat- HiiKH A ' -.id«niJ- is located, has! I een made. The iVcailemy liennirs to| tlie peiple who furniKb the ' :Money to pay tor it. | Tlie followiiiif gentlemen c ' mMhtiite the Itoitnl ol TrUN te -s: K S. CoftHV, Pi-ea., M. H. lihi.kl.iirii. Sec.. W. It t;oun. ill, K. I " . I ovill, J. M, Moretz. J. F. liimlin. .J. S WinklT. J. Vk. Farlliini;, D. D. Dou h-rtr. Theii IK pr;ictira!ly noiU ' ltt Oh the iaelitulio ' .t. Tlit- r lotuf are ftninhed ex " e[il t!io auditorium. Tlit new seats are in the young ladies ' de- partment. niakiuK t one of llie nicest rw ' itntion rooms ill the Slat. ' . .More funds are iierdi ' d ti ' fiiii»h the building and Inri ' ish aiMilional seats. .Mr. J. li. n.irke. oi Blowing Rock, has just written ns a cheik of $10 MO which he si ' iids as a .New Years gilt. We thank him n;;ain and again. To budd nnd CRtnblish n large iiistitiitioa of learning :s no small jib, but we aiv more convinced than ever that the . cadeaiy has been planted in the right place. There are students here from almost every w ighhnrhood in the cuunly. Perhaps lui enterprise in this county ever ha;l so many friends. He are encouraged, anil we want to aiik the hearty encourage ment and coo| eration of all good people in maintaining and controling this, their si ' hool. The Donrd ol Education meets nt thecourt house next Monday. See that your cen- sus re|iort8 are in. If you be- ■ Mu 8 before the V»- The " ' from ' ra III The. ird of School Direc- tt b.4 till I hi till IhI " ' 1 ll. Il.l lll| bi.r del hill ' •i . ' i ?! . •. 2 . ' . " ' -■ - ' rim LAPPAUCHIAH -fRSCOLLEGCI r.. J ? ( dU ( nttcince 1 he campus gloioing in its natural beauty is first vistoned through a gateway of native stone. Once ive are through the entrance. a spirit envelops that time is un- able to release. iiiiiaHiuit The stony path, symbolic of the rugged mountaineer, is worn smooth by the hefty athletes as they hasten to their classes in the boys ' gymnasium. Looking to the left, we view the progression of the college. From its infancy, the wooden building on the right, to the New Dormitory in the back, growth is evident. ke J—iv tatu In harmony with the other buildings, the new library stands as a storehouse for knowledge. Enclosed herein are records of the past and flashes of the present. " ■ - 5-SgS il. hal eiiLta = nLiic] H ail ' I The establishment of the neic cafeteria system has eliminated the need lor the bell in the loicer of the central dinmg hall. Yet it stands as a reminder of former days. dmuiijittation The administration building of Appalachian is truly the nucleus of the college. Like a mighty giant it towers above all the other struc- tures of the campus. i-iifr J-yte ll toinenade The friendly greetings from the girls of the dormitories make us aicare that lue are traveling doicn the college promenade. B. B. Dougherty. B.S., Ph.B., D.Litt. President THE 1937 RHODODENDRON J. D. Rankin A.B., A.M., S.T.D. Dean — English Herman R. Eggers. A.B., A.M. Education J. M. Downum. A.B. Registrar J. T. C. Wright. A.B., A.M. Mathematics V. C. Howell, A.B., A.M. History Miss Jennie Todd. B.S. Supervisor of Women Penmanship Miss Lona Moretz Matron — Lovill Home Miss Ida Bell Ledbetter A.B.. A.M. Biology Miss Maude Cathcart B.S., A.M. Biology Miss Meta Liles. B.S., M.A. Grammar Grade Education THE 1937 RHODODENDRON D. J. Whithnfr. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D. History and Covernmcnl J. A. Williams. A.B.. A.M. Geography W. A. Abra.ms. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D. English A. J. Green English W. M. Grubbs. B.A.. M.A. Economics and History Jl ' LIAN C. Yoder. B.S. History Mrs. William M. Matheson B.S.. M.A. Physical Education for Women Miss Thursa Steed. B.S.. M.A. Asst. Phusicul Education for Women Miss Katharine Harwell. B.S. Art Miss Mary Williams. B.S. Secretary to Business Manager THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Pierce O. Brewer Athletic Director Flucie Stewart Coach — Basketball R. W. Watkins. A.B.. M.A. Assistant Director — Athletics Eugene Garbee. B.S., M.A. Physical Education Mrs. Emma H. Moore Librarian Leonard Eury, A.B. Librarian Miss Margaret Givens. B.S. Librarian Miss Allie Austin. B.S. Librarian Starr Stacy. B.S. Mathematics Bernard Dougherty. B.S. Business Manager THE 1937 RHODODENDRON CuAPPCLL Wilson A.B., A.M.. S.T.D. Director Demonstration Work Antoniu.s Antonakos. B.S., M.S. Physics A. R. Smith. A.R.. A.M. Chemistry G. L. Sa vv[:r. A.B., A.M. Psychology Van HiNsoN, A.B.. M.Ed. Pduculion Mis.s Lily Dale. B.S.. A.M. Home Education Mr.s. Elizabeth Williams, B.S. Art .). Harold Wolfe. A.B., A.M. History and Sociology Miss Virginia Wary. B.M. Music Miss Carrie: I. Smith. A.B.. A.M. I ' nulish and Education THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Miss Stella Barnes Secretary to Dean E. S. Christenbury. B.S.. A.M. Education Miss Carolyn Weaver. B.S., M.A. Primary Education Mrs. Virginia Strother. B.S. Assistant in Biology and Geography Wiley Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Psychology Mrs. Van Hinson. A.B.. A.M. French F. E. Warman B.S.. A.M.. B.D , D.D. English Homer K. Compton Voice Mrs. Lily B. Hardin Matron — New Dormitory Mrs. D. C. Redmond Secretary to Registrar Earl Hayworth, B.S. Purchasing Agent THE 1937 RHODODENDRON ■. ' . . ■ • ■ ' .v rraf. B. B. DMfkntT a ■•••Kk New ftiid Observer Prof. B. B. Dongherty, ctiiiiity SnpfrintoiiflfMt of VVHtHUE " . " P " ' ( ' ' lor Mi.Nfw- iHmrH t)ill to HSixlilirh n ! ruiiiiiiR Shool fur teiiehi-rH in thpmoiintain ' iof VViit.iue« North CnroHnii bpff ri tin ' HoiiHft ' tnniriitMf on E ' lui ' rt- lion ypHiHrilH.v. H - Mpok of fh " piipulm-iiv of th ' ' billMii(i le ' l ' tri» l that the p ti b I i i- s-hool tfiii ' hiTs ncrfc ' iirninK the IhhI ill North i. ' Hrolirn today, thnt it tnp«nt «omt thinu to Uf tfnchi-t, that the most pftlcipnt work coiiM bP broiiftht abont only be tiai- ned leifrhers. that it wooU) lie (tood eroDomy for th State to ep nil a liillf inon " nion y and have n trained corps of teachers. He said that Noth Carolina Was bo large and so diversified in rliinate and 8 ' il, in prodnrta and popiil.ition that it was not expedient to undertake to (father all her tearheru in- to any one plaee, or into any | two or three planes. He nuc- (tested that his seetion ronlil ! not be rt-tti-hed by institui- ionnalieady ejtablis ' .ied. He Rupfxirted bis position with the folloninp; ar(!U ments: 1. The expenses of the other gihools too Ijtreat for rural tuachers. 2 That thM mountain peo- ple ponhl not 8v ' nd h ' .)t sum- mer months in Gieensboro, (?hapel Hill, or Knlei(;b. 3. That theothi-r ! ehool» were full and that the moun- tain teaeherB would prefer attending a srhool in their own elimnte, where livin({ expenses ponid be leduved to a mininniiD. He .vpoke of the Constitut- ional . niendniPiirand made the folio«in(c plea: " The rate has raad vjreater demands npon us thin e e[ bolore. We take it forcranted that the State will allow us to make a little demands upon her. Welon ' t a».k help bernuse we have nurited it. but beeanse we ness it. We eume in ourweak need, we e ime asf uppjicants but we come in the name of 600 white ieat-hers and 40 000 white (hililren, and [ufk the great State of .North Carolina with her rotton mills, her tobac?o lactorien. her railroads, tremnn lous wealth, and the prestice of the ' Tnisersity f ir more ih.in a century, tocon(-edea small Tuul was uulliDiizt ' d to jiitr . 1.000 fur its iDcation on tlu ' ii|»pt r Watiiupji, ami C. I). Taylor, in hehalf of the people of ValleC ' Uci. ' , offeiet] n Ufaulifii! site (;oiitaiiiin« ! 10 acres, and S. ' UIO.OO casli. At t lii [xiiiit the vote oil lotrutioii was taken, and tin- quiet, nnassinnin , nnpretm ti ' j ' JS little town of Boone re- ceived every vote save three, the Mitchell delegation vo- ting for Montezuma. When the result ol the v l : was un nouiieed round after round ; oi applan.se went up for our , town, iind it Kceaied that all ' . were wholly .satisfied with the lot;ation, and we trus ; that the people of the entire (listri ;t will rejoiee with ns ihutthis Kreat State insti- tution of learning has f)een Uicated ainoiifi us. It now he comes tlie people of VVatau«« a. to (if) all they can for the enter[)rise, and when our grand ohi county has done her best, then it is confident- ly expected that broad ' inind ed men in all tlic western coun lies will contribute to the t»uildinK iumJ. Wluti this is all lone. statesmen and (li- lantin-opists thrtiujihout " he State will become interested, .and our school willgitjw and y;ro v until it will bean hon- or to the Slate, old Vata» jia, and a blcssiny; to o children. We now have in sight. State appropriation inci ed. about fS.oOO to t e ! plied to the buildin s, whit. UsouiHthiot; tike half th( a (liount n ee. lt d, anil we hop! » i ml U ' ir al !• ' ' fl t« ' 1 ifl II m i. 1 1 1- (I On last Fi iday ereiiinK shen the news n»a " hed llotine that (he Tratiiiiiu. v-tiool was loi-ii( " l her " , the iron loaaUMl Is-lls throughout the villuit«- Iwitan to |H »I fiirlli the joy- iiis ni ' Ws hal w.im ituposni , bh ' f-tr th " ti n(£iie nC man to, xpn-«« Many Ihonubts flii- ; a ti i| lhron)(h lis iioiiil. a:id ii : was (-n-y to ilrtiw on the iiii- ,ii| atrin it.on a»id ttadeiMtitml in laiH-h thai they sjiiw Th-ev f ' llillU Aii-t (tloritlUS, |s r(ert.| itlfiil, and ttie H|;irs M»- ' iii( tl «| Ml stiiai with u peaev ' ful jus , ts trt ' . as if f hey too wt-re c ' ad e(| that ts ' ttiTdays wer ifawn- fn ing (or I his section o( North Kl I ' aroliiia, ' i4p riiilly (or Ha " tauiia rouniy. The joylul nil bflls told thn clad tiding to -ll the TMlleys and the vnileyf nJ kissed it bai-k lo the inoun ' taintjpsard iln-v in their iturn, whispered it mg tbei. stars that th " ' slmdows of li!- al ' noranee weie dis| ersiit(cj and | til Ibetterda.ss neieduMiiiug edj ' ueationall.v. Th .v spitke of ef! better ilays wlii-n the moun- ' l l tain ehildren, qnuk of wit IlT and fleet of foot, wiiiild hay.- an equal fhowiiifT with olli-i erswho are no bri;;hter, iljti they liad an equal showiair. ' Thanks to those who li.ivela boieJ BO failhlully in sei ' ui- intf this school. May their brightest hopes be realized mill luay u riili reward be theiis. of $2.50 00. provided it was loeated there. Mr. E. S. CoHey made a riD(;ing epee?h in liehalf of (ioone, showing up the supe- rior advantages h re when compared wilhotherseetions and tendering; on the part of Watauga and Bonne. $1,500. and the free use ol our hand- iomeandeominodioussfhool properly, until the Training ' • " ' ' ' ■• ' " could be cjui ■■en renew- ■ " tided vor fr it- OFFICERS Frank Killian President Paschal McLaurin Vice-President Louise Michael Secretary Neil Hartley Treasurer Dr. Abrams Sponsor Dr- Abrjms. English Prof, cheer- leader Prof, " sp.irkplug " of the c.im- pus. ALYCE AARON I.nXINGTON. N. C. Ciraitmiar Cirude Education JACK ALLRED Jasper. Ga. Hniilish and Hislnry RHODODENDRON 7PJT NICHOLAS ANTONAKOS Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Science Appal.ichinn Literary Society (2, 3); Ap- palachian filcc Club (2) : Appalachian Play- eraflers (2. .i, 4), Master Craftsman (41; .Art Kditor RnorioDKSDRON (.1); Internation- al Relations Club (.1. 4); Assistant in Hi- ology ami I hysics (.1, 4); Hinli Point (. " ol- legc (I). JAMES E. ANDERSON Yanceyville. N. C. English and History Appalachian Literary Society, President. .Secretary; Appalachian .Staff. Assistant Cir- culation .M.inaKer; National Economics CInlt. LOTTIE MAE AUSTIN Oakboro, N. C. Primary Education White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory riuh (3); Phila Retian Literary Society (1, !, 3, 4). LEILA AYERS Boone, N. C. Primary Education Y. W. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Primary Teacher Sunday School (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, ); Playcrafters, (1, 2, 3); Home Econom- cs Club (3, 4); Varsity Basketball (1); lunior Ministerial Alliance (3, 4) ; Dynician Literary Society (1, 2). MOIR AYERS SUMMERFIELD, N. C. English and History Glee Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Plavcraftcrs (1, 2, 3. 4); Y. M. C. A. (U; Delta Phi Sigma Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (3), Vice-Presi- dent (4) ; Methodist Student Conference, Treasurer (4); Operetta (2, 3, 4); Cheer- leader (4). HELEN JANE BAKER Newton, N. C. History and Physical Education Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4), Cabinet Member (3); Girls ' Physical Education Major Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Thalian Liter- ary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); L. S. A. (1, 2, 4); Hockey (2. 3. 4), Captain (4); Black Captain (3); Honorary Volley Ball (2. 31; Lovill Club (1, 21. Vice-Presi- dent (2); New Dormitory Club (4), Secre- tary (4); Basketball Manager (3, 4), Junior Manager (2). RUBY JO BALLEW Cleo, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lees McRae Junior College (1. 2); Dy- nician Literary Society (3. 4); Y. V. C. A. (3, 4); Presbyterian Club (3. 41; White Hall Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4J. WILLIAM BANDY LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Science and Physical Education Band (2, 3. 4) ; Delta Phi Sigma Liter- ary Society (2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (4). Clarine Duke Cutest Cjirl People are but puppets in the hands of a cute girl. MILDRED FLOWERS BARGER MOORESVILLE. N. C. Physical Education and History Physical E lucation Major Club (3, 4); " A " riiili (1, 2, 3. 4); Clcc Club (2. 3. 4); Thalian Literary Socifty (1. 2): Playcraft- t-rs (.1): Cheerleader (3); V ' arsity Basket- ball (I, 2, 3). HAZEL MAE BEAVER Bear Poplar, N. C. History and Physical Education Phila Retian I-iterary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); L. S. A. O. 2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Physical Kdncation Major Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (2, 3, 4); Play- crafters (4); White Hall Club (L 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). RHODODENDRON 7PJT GRADY GLENN BARNWELL Ednevville. N. C. French and History University of North Carolina (L 2); Ba kctball (4). JUNIUS V. BEAVER Salisbury. N. C. History and English Alpha Sipnia (laninia Literary .Society (3, 41, Prcsi lenl (4): Playrraflers (3. 4); In- lernation.l! Relations Club (4); .National Kc- ononiics Club (4); DebatinK (4); Caminis .Superlative (4); Pfeiffer Junior Collene (I, 2). WILLARD BESS Cherryville, N. C. Mathematics and Science LILY RUTH BLAYLOCK Harmony, N. C. English and French EDNA BRAY JONESVILLE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (2. ,1. Y ' . W. C. A.; Dynician Literary Society ), Critrc (4): Gaston Coiintv Clul) (4). Vcluiilccr Band; French Club; Creative )ecretary and Treasurer (4); Y ' . M. C. A. English Club. 3); Psychology Assistant (4). DEWEY BINGHAM Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Science Playcrafters (2, 4); Glee Club (2, 4). CONLEY BOST Marion, N. C. Mathematics and Science WILLIAM CLYNE BRAY JONESVILLE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society (1 , 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (3). Henry Shannon iMosl Influential Alan Where, then, is the power. ' The pocketbook is empty. DEWETTE BRIGGS Lexington, N. C. Primary Education Dyiiician Literary Society (1. 2. .1. 4): White Hall Clul) (2. ,i); New Dormitory Club (4); MethoJist Club (1). MAUD M. BROOKS Unionvh.le. N. C. Primary Education RHODODENDRON 7PJT WILLIAM P. BROADWAY Rockwell. N. C. Mathematics and History ANNE BROWER Wadesboro. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (L 2. 4); .Methodist Club (1. 2. .1. 4); V. V. C. A. (1. 2): White Hall Chib (1. 2, .i. 41. Secre- tary (4). C. R. BROWN PITTSBORO, N. C. MAY LOUISE BRYANT Boone. N. C. Junior Ministerial Alliance (3. 4), Presi- Physical Education, English, History dent [3. 4); Alpha Sigma Gamma Literarv Society {.!. 4), Chaplain (4); Y. M. C. A.; Physical Education Major Club (1, 3, 4); (;lee Club (3, 4); History Assistant (4). Playcrafters (4); Thalian Literary Society (4); Hockey Varsity (.}, 4). SALLY SUE BURNS Newton. N. C. Grammar Grade Education ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), Censor (4); Xew Dormitory Club (2. 4), " Miss Xew Dormitory " (4); Catawba County Club; International Rela- tions Club (4); Symphony Orchestra (2). MARY FRANCES BROWN CAMPOBELLO, S. C. Primary Education Dvnician Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4); V. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Choir (2, 3, 4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). CARL BUMGARNER Crossnore, N. C. History and English Appalachian Literary Society. MARTHA MOCK BUTNER WiNSTON-SALEM, N. C. English, French, and History Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Vice-President (3), Secretary (4): V. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (41; Playcrafters (2, 3, 4); Orchestra (2. 3. 4); French Club (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Hume Economics Club (2); Methodist Club (1. 2, 3, 4); For- syth County Club (1); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 3. 4); Mar- shal (3); Debater (4); Student Volunteer (1, 2). L Lucille Warlick ? iost Influential Woman The Pied Piper of Appalachian she is the leader of all. ROBl-RT M, CARICO Hnnice. N. C. History and English DeliatinK (2, 4) ; Alpha SigiTi;i Gamma I-iterary Society: Alleghany County Cluh. NORA ALMA CASL Oak Ridge. N. C. Mathematics and Science Dyiiician Literary Society. Presirlent (4); ' . ( ' . A.. Treasurer (4): Hume Kcon- uniics Cluli. Treasurer (4). " ODODENDRON 7PJT MIRIAM C;ARS0N I -OR EST City, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mitchell ( ' (illeue (1. Jl: New Diirinitnrv (lull (4 1; I ' reshyterian Clul. (11: nynieian Literary Society (4). MADGL CASLLL ZloNVlLLi:. N. C. Grammar Grade Eduiatmn Town Club (n. NORMAN CHADWICK Straits, N. C. Science and Physical Education Appalachian Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4): East Carolina flul) (1. 2. .i. A). President (y) : Pllvsical Education Major Clnli (2. . . 4): Varsity Baseliall (}. 4.): " A " Club; Ap- t iilachian StalT, Alumni Editor (4). WILLIAM M. COLE SALISBURY. N. C. English and Mathematics Alpha Sij, ' ma flamma I-iterary Society; In- ternational Relations Club (4) ; National Ec- onomics Club, (4); Catawba College (1, 2). JIMMIE COULTER Catawba, n. C. Primary Education _ Thalian Literary Society (2, i, 4; ; V. V. C. A.. Cabinet Member (4); Playcrafters (.!, 4); White Hall Club (2); New Dormi- tory Club (J, 4}, BILLIE COBLE ALBEMARLE, N. C. Physical Education and History W ' -it- H.dl Club (1); Physical Education Major Club, HATTIE LEE COSTNER LiNCOLNTON. N. C, Primary Education White Hall Club (1); Y. W. C. A. (,;, 41, Cabinet (4); Dynician I.iterarv Society (1, 2. i, 4); Playcrafters (2, 3. 41; .Vew Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4J. ALBERTA CRAFT Lewisville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Woman ' s College I ' niversity of Xortli Carolina (1, 21; Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Thal- ian Literary Society (3, 4) ; Lovill Club (31: New Dormitory Club (31; White Hall Club (41; Forsyth County Club (3). Eugene " Ick " Wike ' Most Likely to Succeed Weighted with .ihilily. " Ick " is destined to catch something worth- while. NORA LUU CRMG I.HNOIR. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician T itc-rary Society (2, 3, 4) ; Lo- vill Club (2, 3, 4) ; Metlii.rlist Chih (.1. -I I ; National Economics Clnli (4). AIJRliD C. CROMAR 1 IL Garland, N. C. Mathematics and Scier ce N ' arsily Hasi-liall (J, .!, 4); " A " fhili: Al[flia SiKiiKi (lanitna Literary Society (2J. RHODODENDRON 7PJT HAZEL CRISSMAN PITTSBORO. N. C. Grammar Grade Education X ' trnician Literary Sncit-tv (L 2. . 4). Critic (2, 4). Chaplain (4); Y, V. C. A. (L 2. 4). Caliiuet (1); While Mall Chll) (1, 2, 3): Xc»- Dormitory Cluli (4). .lAMES A. CROOKS LlNCOLNTON, N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta I ' hi Sijiiiia II. 2. .!. 4); Catawba County Chll) (1. 2), I ' resiilent (2): Y. M. C. A. (1. 2); Intramural Sliorts (1. 2. i. 4); Foolliall (.i): Varsity Wrestling (2, . , 4), Caiitain (4); " A " Clul) (J, 4). HAZEL DOLINGER Sturgills. N. C. Primary Education Ashe Counly Club (2, 3, 4). CLARINE DUKE JACKSON, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4), Critic (2), Secretary and Vice-Presi- dent C3). Censor (4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4): Methodist Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Playcrafters (4): Lovill Club (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3. 4); Sophomore Class Treasurer; May Queen Attendant (2); Feature Editor of Rhododendron. JESSIE EAKER Cherryville, N. C. Primary Education V. V. C. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); Methodist Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4); White Hail Club (1): New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 41; Lincoln County Club (2. 3). POLLY DOUGHERTY Sweetwater, Tenn. Mathematics and Science Tennessee Wesleyan College (1, 2); Jun- jr May Day Attendant (3); Phila Retian -iterary Society; Y. V. C. A. (3). JOSEPHINE DUKE Thomasville, N. C. Grammar Grade Education MALI. IE EAKER Cherryville, N. C. Primary Education Neil Hartley iMosi TiilfnU ' il Since there is no Alladin I .imp it must lie his magic touch. GLADYS EARL Patterson Springs. N. C. Grammar Grade Educalinn Oyniciaii Literary Society (1. 2. .1. 4l; e»v Dormitory Club (2. 4 1: Lnvill Cluli (.1); White Hall Club (1). THHDUS liUDY Stani " ii-:ld. N. C. Primary luluculion ' eriiician Literary Society; Y. VV Presbyterian Club; Lovill Club: New tory Club. C. A.; Oormi T?HODODENDRON 7PJT MORRLS LGGLRS BOONE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Swimming Club (L 2); Glee Club (2); Operetta (2). ODELL EVANS Lexington. N. C. History and Phusical Fdiication Davidson C ' uunty Club (.1. 4l; Intranniral WrestlinK (.!) : Track (.L 41: Imramural UuxiuK (4). ROGER EWIXG West Grove. Pa. History and Physical Education Wrestling (4); Baseball (3, 4); Football 1. 2): Soccer (4): Alpha Sigma Gamma iterary Societv; Phvsical Education M.iior lub. MARGARET FIDLER Cornelius. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. V. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Lovill Club (1. 2): X ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Secretary (21. Critic (2), Chaplain (3), Corresponding Secretary (3); New Dormi- tory Club (3, 4); Methodist Club (1, 2); Psychology Assistant (2, 3); Secretary Jun- ior Class. GERTRUDE E. EURR Harrisburg. N. C. Primary Education CLINE FARTHING Sugar Grove. N. C. Phiisical Education and History Freshman Football (1); X ' arsitv Football 2. 3. 41, Captain (4); Wrestling ' (1, 2. 3. ): " A " Club (1. 2. 3. 4). President (4); .Ipha Sigma Gamma (2). VIVIAN C. FOX Boone, n. C. Grammar Grade Education MILDRED GREENE New London. N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. (1. 2); White Hall Club (II; Xew Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Dyni- cian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4): Pia ' - crafters (4): Debating (4). yi , yiyi jiix - . Va xaa Helen Baker Alosi ' DependahU ' On the spot, on the dot. watch or not — that ' s Helen. ELAINE GROER Boone, N. C. Primary Education A. D. HARREii.l. Tipton Hill. N. C. History and Physical V.ducatton Lees McRae C.ilUgc- (1, - ) : Alpha Sisma Gamma Littrarv Societv (. , 4); Track (i, ,1); Class Baskclliall (4). RUTH WARDEN HALSEY PiNEY Creek. N. C. Primary Kducation Alleghany Cuunlv ( " Inl. (1); Whili- Mall Club (J). HELEN HARRELL Tipton Hill. N. C. Grammar Ciradi- F.ducalion Lies .McRat- CollcKc; V. W. C. A.; Thai- ian Literary Society; Student Volunteer. NEIL HARTLEY Boone, N. C. French and English Mars Hill College (1. 2); Playcrafteis (.!. I). President (4): French Club O, 4), secretary (.!|. President (41; Delta Phi Sig- na I.iterarv Society (3, 4). Critic (3), Pre- sident (4); Y. M. C. A. (.!); Senior Class Freasurer. KNOX HEAFNER LiNCOLNTON. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4), ' ice-President; Playcrafters (1. 2, 3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4), Vice-Pre- sident (3); White Hall Chib fl. 2). Presi- dent (2); Xew Dormitory Club (3, 4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4). MARY HILL Statesville. N. C. Primary Education Mitchell College (21; Phila Retian Liter- ary Society (4); New Dormitory CInb (3, 4); Presbyterian Club (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). CAROLYN COWPER HAYES Gates, N. C. Primary Education Loiiisburg Junior College. KATHLEEN HELMS Unionville. N, C Primary Education Town Cirls CInb (1): Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Presbvterian Club (2, 3. 41; Loyill Club (2, 3. 4;; Y. W. C. A. (2, 3); Student X ' olunteer (4); LTnion County Club (2. 3). ANNA PRANCES HINSON Marshville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (4). Vice-Presi- dent, President (4); International Relations Club (4); Methodist Club (3, 41; Y. V. C. A. (3, 4) ; New Dormitory Club (4; ; Win- gate Junior College (1, 2). I-RANK KlI. I.IAN Alosl C ' " " " " ' ' Van Thus it is evident thjt Sir Walter Rjleighs spirit still survives I ANNIH MAUD UlRi; Winston-Salem. N. C. Grammar Grade Education White H.-ill Clul. (1); New Dcumitnry Clul) (2. .1. 41; V. V. C. A. II. . ' . ,!, 4); Junior ( ' at)iiift (4 1; Thaliaii Literary Socie- ty (L 2, . 4). Treasurer (.U, .Secretary (4); Student X ' olunteer (L 2. .t. 4): Meth- odist Club (L 2. 3, 4); Playcraftcrs (J. A); National Economics Club (3, 4). DOROTHY IRENE HOLT LIBKRTY, N. C. Primary Education Th.-ilian Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3). .Secretary (3). Vice-Presi- dent (4); Lovill Club (l. " 3). ' ice-President (3); White Hall riub (4): L. S, A. (L 2. 3, 4). President (3): Basketball (2. 31; Hockey (L 2. 3, 4); Volley Ball (L 2. 3. 4); V. W. C. A. (L 2. 3. 41; .May IJay At- tendant (3); May (Juccu (4). JDODENDRON 7PJZ ML ' RIEI, HODGSON BOONL. N. C. English. History and French French Clul) (3. 4»; Dynician Literary .Society (4). HENRY E. HOUSTON Harrisburc. N. C. Mathematics and Science V. M. C. A. (L 21; Alfiha Sicnia (JaninKi Literary Society (2); Intramural Basketli.tll (41: Intramural Wrestling (4). SARA HOWARD Mount Holly. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. .1. 4): Loyill Club (1. 2): White Hall Cluii (.i); New Dormitory riiili (4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2); Methodist Club (1); May Day Attend- ant (1). GILBERT HUBBARD Greensboro, N. C. History and Physical Education Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society (1. 2. i. 4). FRANCES HUITT Hickory. N. C. French and English Lenoir-Rhyne (I. 2); International Rela tions Club (4); Phila Retian Society (.!, 4) Treasurer U). President (4); L. S. A. (1 2, .?. 4); Playcrafters (3, 4): Home Econ omics Clul) (3. 4); French Club {3. 4); Y V. C. A. (!. 2. 3, 4); Cabinet (4); New Dormitory Club (4). DANIEL S, HOYLE WlllTAKERS. N. C. History and English Xew Mexico State College (1): Washing- ton and Lee L ' niyersity (2): Alpha Sigma Camma Literary Society {3. 4), Treasurer (4); Xational Economics Club. President (4); Appalachian Staff (4): East Carolina Club (3, 4), Presi dent (4J; Playcrafters (4). EDGAR PAUL HUFFMAN Valh, N. C. Maihfmatics and Science Y. yi. C. A.; Appalachian Literary So- ciety (L 2. 3, 4). Censor (3); Catawba County Club (1. 2); Track (3. 4). RUTH HUSKINS BURNSVILLE. N. C. Physical Education. Mathematics and History Thalian Literary Society (L 2, 3. 4); Playcrafters (2); Physical Education Major Club (2. 3. 41 ; Varsity Basketball (2. 3. 4); Varsity Volleybrdl (1. 2. 3. 4). Captain (3); Varsity Hockey (1. 2, 3, 4), Captain (3). HAZEL McDADE fMost fii ftiri ' c W ' limun Trained must lie the li.ind tliat holds the cup with |Xiise EN DRON 7PJT CI.ARA HUTCHISON AliSIIHRS, N. C. PniViiry lulinulion I.nvill ( " lull (1, 2, J I ; Uynician l.iti-r.-iry Society (1, 2, .!, 4); White Hall Clnl, (4); Current History (1); Student ' oUinteei (1). I.OUISli JOHNSQN SllliKWOon. N. C. Clranjnhir Grt t c njuiiilion riiila Hetian Society (1, 2); T.ovill Clnl) (1); Xew Dormitory Club (2); Music As- sistant (4), CORA niJ.EN INGRAM Al.BHMARLE, N. C. Primary Education I.ander CoIleRe (1. 2): Dynician Literary Society (J, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Lovill Club (3, 4). PEAkL JdHNSON " Walnut CoveTN. G. I ' rimaru Educafion ' ALMA LUNA JOYNER Zebulon, N. C. Qrammar Grade Education MARGARET JACKSON KELLY Cornelius, n. C. Grammar Grade Education Lees McRae College (1, 2); Vernician Literarv Society {3. 4), President (4); Lo- vill Club (.!. 4), President (4); Y. V. C. A. (}. 4). Cabinet (4). FRANK KILLIAN LiNCOLNTON, N. C. History and Mathematics Se nior Class President: Lenoir Rhyne (1); Aopalachian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Lincoln County Club (2, 3). President (2); National Economics Club (3, 4), President (4): Apfahchia)! Staff (.!, 4), Circulation -Manager (4); V. M. C. A. (2); Playcraft- ers (4); Intramural Athletics (3, 4). LUCY JUSTICE RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Society (1, 2, 3, 4). WILLIAM S. KESTER Spruce Pine. N. C. History and English Wofford (1. 2); Band and Orchestra (3. ROBERT KILLIAN LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Mathematics and Science Appalachian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); International Relations Club (2, 3, 4) ; Pre- sident of Class (3); National Economics Club (3, 4) ; Aptxilacliiaii Staff. Alumni Ed- itor (3). Business Manager (4): Intramural Athletics (1. 2. 3. 4); Lincoln County Club President (3): Biology Assistant (3j ; Cur- rent History Club (1). CLINI-: Parthing ' Best -hhUu- (man) Clinc is like atlas but is much friendlier. i;VA KIRKMAN Boone. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 4); Drama- tic Club (2, 3); Glee Club (1. 2. .i). 1 RLD W. LLN ' I Z Stony Point, N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta rhi Sigma Literary Society, (3. 4); I ' laycrafters (3, 4) ; Cheerleader. RHODODENDRON 7PJT EDWARD GERALD LACKEY HlDDENITO. N. C Mathematics and Scicttcv •■A " (lull (.1. 41; arsity Hasrball (2. .i. 4); Basketball (1. 2. i): Football (3); Del- ta Phi SiKHia Literary .Society (1. 2, 3. 4); ApptiJai ' liiaii .StatT (3, A) ' , Kuoikhik.miron, Staff, .ManaKiuK Editor. MARY HANNA UPU MooKi:sviLLn. N. C. I ' nqlish and History V. W. C, A. (1. Jr. .Methodist Club (1. 2, 3): Thaliau Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4): . ew Dorniit(jry Club (2, 3. 41, rresiileut (3); . aliiilial Kcouoniics Club (3, 4), Sec- retary , ' iud Treasurer (41; International Rc- lalioiis Club (41; (dee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); -Assistant in History Department; Appatacli- ian .StalT. Social Krlitor (31, Associate Edi- tor (41; RliniiolMMiRON SlalT (41, Class Eil ilor (II: Curreni llistovv (11; Debatint- (4 1 ; Tbrie M. I.. Club (4). ELIZABETH LONG Forest City. N. C. History and Mathematics Boiling Springs Junior College (1. 2); Dynician Literary Society (i, 4); Y. W. C. A. (.1, ■)); White Hall Clul) (3, 4). I-LORA MAE LUCKEY Charlotte, N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics Varsity Basketball (1. 2. ,i I : Varsity Hockey (1, 2. i): ' arsity Volley Ball (1. 2. 3, 4): Physical Education fajor Clul) (1. 2, 3, 4): Vcrnician l,itc-ary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Letter Chib (J, 4). IVAH LOUISE MARSH Marshville, N. C. English and History Wingate Jr. College (1, 2); White Hall Chib (3); New Dormitory Club (4), Secre- tary (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (4) : Phila Uetian Liter.-iry Society (4); Playcraftcrs (4); Home Economics Chih (3). KATE PARKER LUBCHENKO Harrisburg. N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Physical Eilucation .Major Club (3. 4); I.enoir Khyne College (1); Erskine (2). BENNIE MAREE Union Mills. N. C. History and Physical Education IJLlta Phi .Sigma (1): Alpha Sigma Gam- na Literary Society (2. 3. 4). FOY MARTIN Leland. Miss. Mathematics and Physical Education Perk Tr. College (1): Football (3, 4); Boxing (3. 4): track (3): " A " Club (3, 4), Secretary (4): Assistant in Physical Ed- ucation (4). m Ruth Huskins ' Best -Jthlcic (woman) Women .ithlclics center jround this nucleus of power. SADIE MARTIN Statesville. N. C. Primary Education Home Economics Club (4) ; Methodist Cliib (4). THELMA MAY MASSEY YANCEYVILLE. N. C. English and History TixliU- IllsliUlle Junior CollcKi- (I. 2 , l.,.vill Clnl. (.f); IMa.vcraftcrs (4); V. V. C A. C4); Dynician Literary Society (4); .New Dormitory Club (4); Creative English Club (4). T ' T ODODENDRON 7PJT HAROLD MASSEY Harrisburg. N. C. Malhemalii ' s and Science V. M. C. A. (1, 2); HoxinK (. ' , 4). PAULINE McCORKI.E Salisbury, N. C. Pnmaru Education I ' hila Rctian Literary Society (1. 2. , A), ' iee-rresi(icnt (4); Presbyterian Club (1. 2, S, 4), Treasurer (4): Home Economics Club (1, 21; White Hall Club (1, 2): New Dormitory Club (.1, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 4). SAM w. Mccracken Clyde, N. C. Mathematics and Science Playcrafters (4) ; Appalachian Litcra Society (4). ANNETTE McKAY Marston. N. C. Primary Education V. V. C. A.; Phila Retian Literary So- ciety (1, 2, S, 4): Presbyterian Club (1, 2): Home Economics Club (3); White Hall Cluti (1. 2, 3). PASCHAL McLAURIN Bethune. S. C. Mathematics and Science Senior Class Vice-President: Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society ( , 4): National Ec- onomics Club (.?. 4); Football (2. 3. 41; In- tramural Sports (1, 2, S, 4). HAZEL McDADE HiLLSBORO, N. C. Grammar Grade Education V. W. C. A. (41; Thalian Literary Socie- ty (4); Methodist Club (4). LULA MARGORIE McLAMB SALEMBURG. N. C. History, English, and French Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, , 4). Pianist (2): French Club (.1. 4); East Carolina Club (i. 4); White Hall Club (II; New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Intramural Sports (1. 2, i, 4). WILLIAM BRIAN McNEILL Laurel Springs. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society (1. , J, 4); Ashe County Club; V. M. C. A. RUBV Jo BALLtfW -Vosf Friendly Woman The Rhododendron agrees to make amends to all that she " high- hats. " CHLOE MICHAEL Boone. N. C. French. English, and History V ' crnician Literary Sf cictv (2): French Chill (2, .1): Creative English Club 1.2) : Knglish Majnr Chili. HAROLD MILLER Clifton, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Ashe Cmilllv Chih (1. A. (2). 2. .1, 41; Y. . L C. lODODENDRON 7PJT LOUISE MICHAEL Mount Holly. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Tlialian Literary Society (I. 2. .t. 4); Lovill Club (1. 2); . ew Dormitory Club I!. 4); Y. VV. C. A. (1. 2); .Melhoilist Chil. (1); Secretary Senior Class. .)OHN B. MORRIS, JR. Al.BEMARLL. N. C. English and History Football (1, 2. 4); Intraniural Athletics (1. .!. 4): Ilaseball (2); Track (i. 4); Del- ta I ' hi .Siunia Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4). Vice-Presi.lent (4); Y. M. C. A. (2); Presi- ilent .Sophomore Class; Treasurer Junior Class; UiioiioiiKNDRON Staff (4); Playcraft- crs (L 2). •OTt,ca. i C 1 KATHLEEN MORRIS ALBEMARLE. N. C English. History, and French riiila Retian Literary Society (L 2, 3. 4 , Vice-President (3). Censor (4): Lovil! Cluli (I); New Dormitory Cluh (4); Y. V. C. A. (1. 2). Junior Cabinet Member (.1, 4): May Court (I. 2. }); Pjaycrafters (1. 2. .?, 4); English Major Club (4); French Club (4). STANCILL NANNEY Marion. N. C. History and English DALE NORRIS Boone, N. C. English and French Boiling Springs Jr. College (1, 2); Delta Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society Phi Sigma Literary Society (3. 4); Glee (4), Secretary (4), Chorister (41 ; Glee Club Club (3): Cheer Leader (J); Wrestling (3, (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (4), President 4); Baseball (3). (4), Reporter (4); French Club (4). AGNES MURPHY Laurens, S. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Teachers College (1, 2); Stu- dent Volunteer Club (3. 4); Lovill Club (3, 4): South Carolina Club (3); Thalian Liter- ary .Society (4). WOODROW J. NEAL Mt. Airy. N. C. Mathematics and History MILDRED PARKS KANNAPOLIS. N. C. Primary Education White Hall Club (I); Dynician Literary .Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2. 3. 41: Presbyterian Club (1, 2. 3); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). George Passage i Iost ' ■Vompous To ;i high bidder George will sell imsclf. GEORGE WIl 1 lAM PASSAGE Charlotte. N. C. Mathematics and English Kilitnr, Tlir Alumiti Rcz ' inv (4); Assist- iint in Enslish (2. .i. A); Assistant in Soci- i loKy (3): ManaKing Editor, Tlic Appalacti- ian (4): ManaKcr. HoxiiiK Team (.1. 4); Swimniinj: Team (2, . 4); Assistant Sports Krlitnr. 7 " ir AppaUtftiiau (3); Intercollegiate DeliatiiiK Tram (4); IMaycraftcrs (3, 4); National Keononiies Clul) (3). JAMES LESTER PATTERSON Shelby. N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Wrestling (1. 2. .1. 4); A|)palachian Lit- trary Society (L 2. 3. 4); V. M. C. A. (2. .!. 4): Playcrafters (.i, 4); Track (.!. 4); " A " Club (3, 4). RHODODENDRON 7PJT JOHN IHOMPSON PASSAGE CHARLOTTE. N. C. Mathematics and History Appalachian Cilec Clnli (1. 2. 3): Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1. 2, 3): Swim- ming (I, 2, 3); Hasketliail (L 2. 3); Var- sity Football .Manager (3); " A " Club (4). LUCY P[; ARSON North Vilki:sboro. N. C. Primary Education White Hall Club (I); Dynician Literary S.ieiety (1. 2. 3, 4); Playcrafters ( L 2. 3, 11: V. W. C. A. (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). JOHNNY PEDEN Fountain Inn. S. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Freshman Foothsll; Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Manager Baseball ; Soccer Team (4); Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 3), Secretary and Treasurer (2); " A " Club (4); Physical Education Maj or CI ub. NORMAN A. PICKERT Philadelphia. N. Y. Muthemutus and Physical Education Football (1); Basketliall (1); Baseball (1. 2, 3. 4): Intramural Athletics (1. 2, 3, •(); Soccer (4): " A " Tlub (3. 4). Vice-Presi- tient (4) ; Physical Education Major Club. ELIZABETH PRATT Winston-Salem, N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (I. 2, 3, 4), Censor (4); Methodist Club (1. .1): Home Economics Club (3); White Hall Club (1, 3); New Dormitory Club (2). GAIL PHILLIPS Lenoir. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3). Cri- tic and Censor; V. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Miss Appalachian (3); May Day Attendant (3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4), Presi- dent (3), Vice-President (4): Playcrafters (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). HILMA PIERCE Harmony, N. C. Primary — Grammar Grade Education White Hall Club (1, 2, 3); New Dormi- tory Club (4). JULIA K. PROVOST Marines. N. C. Grammar Grade Education r Daniel. HOYLE ■Tiest Cjroomed Alan With his feathers polished, Djn is the peacock of Appalachian, RUTISHA RANKIN Belmont. N. C. I ' ampliell College 11. 2); While Hall Clul. (.1); .Vew DiMiiiiliiiy Cliili (-4 1; Knglish . la- jitr ( " hilt; Thalian Literar,v Society: Gaston County Club. JAMBS H. RHF.CB BOONVILLE. N. C. Mathematics ami History Delta Phi Sigma (4v, Plavcraflers (4); Basketball (1). ■li. " ■?. RHODODENDRON _ r 7PJT EI. LA DARE REECE ZiONVILLE. N. C. Primary Education BEUI.A REEVES 1.acki:l SprinckS. N. C. History and Physical I ' .diicalion Phila Relian Literary Society (1. 2. 4), Treasurer 4): Physical Kilucation .Major Club (1, 2, 4): WTiitc ilall Club (1. 2, 4 : Ashe Couniv Club (1. 2i; V. W. C. A. (I, 2). JULIA SCRUGGS REM RO MOORESBORO. N. C. History and Mathematics Boiling Springs Junior College (1. 2): Y. V. C. A. a. 4) : Dvnician Literary Society (J. 4); Cleveland Countv Club (3); White Hall Club (3, 4), BERNICE ROBERSON ROBERSONVILLE, N. C. Primary Education A. C. College (1. 2): White Hall CUib (4J. MOZELLE E. SCHUYLER LOWGAP, N. C. Primary Education Dvnician Lilerarv Societv (1, 2. 3. 4), Chaplain (4); White Hall Club (1. 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). ODESSA RICHARDSON Harmony, N. C. History, English and French White Hall Club (1, 2); French Club (2, 3); Dynician Literary Society (3); New Dormitory Club (3). KARL SUMMEY SAWYER Boone. N. C. Mathematics and Science Varsity Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (1, 2); " A " Club (3, 4); Biology Club (2); Y. M. C. A. (4). EMOGENE L. SETZER Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Poi.lv Dougherty Q rentes I Lover Like .ill true lovers. Pollys hc.irt is on the right side. R. HENRY A. SHANNON GastoniA. N. C. Mathematics and Science ice-Presiclent Freshman Class; Y. M. C. A. (1); Biology Lab Instructor (2); Chem- istry Lah Instructor (4): Playcrafters (. . ■1); . K. C. (4); X. E. C. (.!, 4); Appa- lacliiaii .StatT (.1); Caston ( " imnty Club (4). I ' nsiilcnt (4); Kdilur nf U n iT (iiir.NiiRO.v. VIRGINIA SHIVi; Concord. N. C. Grammar Grade Education I ' hihi Kilian Lili-rarv .Sl ci •lv (.!. 4); riavcraflrrs (.1. 4); Appalachian Staff (4): V. V. C. A. (.i. 4); Nrw Dormitory Club {. ' , 4). President (4); Wingate Junior Col- lege (L 2). RUTH SHERWOOD Siii:rvvood. N. C. Eni lish and Irencl) Phila Retian Literary Societv (L 2, 3, 4). VicePrcsidcnl (4); White Hall Club (I); New Dormitory Club (2. i. 4); Y. VV. C. A. (L 4): Playcrafters (.i. 4); Stmleiit N ' olunteer (3, .4). ALMA SHOAF North Wii.KiisnoRO. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Societv (L 2. .i, 4); Playcrafters (.1, 4); White llall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. .i. 41: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. .i. 4); Wilkes I ' ouiny Club (L 2). y GLADYS SIGMAN Granite Falls, N. C. Mathematics and History Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Treasurer (4); Home Economics Club (1, 4): White Hall Cluh (1, 2. 3, 4). MAISIE SMITH MORGANTON. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. M. C. A. (3. 4) ; Dynician Literary Society (3, 4): New Dormitory CIul) (j. 4); White Hall Club (2). MOZELLE SPAINHOUR Charlotte, n. C. English and French Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4); In- ternational Relations Cluh (3, 4): Secre- tary (4): Plavcrafters (3. 4); French Club (3, 4): Y, VV. C. A. (T); Economics Club (4): Assistant in English (3); Rhododen- liROX Staff (4) ; Three M. L. Clul). IRVIN SMITH LiNWOOD. N. C. History and Science Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 4), President (4). Chaplain (4); Freshman ' arsity Football (2, 4): Freshman Basket- ball: Varsity Basketball (2. 4); " A " Club (2. 4); Baseball (2, 4); X. E. C. (3, 4), ' ice-President (4J. LUCY SNIDER Denton. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); Lovill Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Davidson County Club (2. 3, 4). President (2), Vice-Presi- dent (3). LAWRENCE M. SPAVEN Watertown. N. Y. Mathematics and Science Football (1, 2); Y. M. C. A. (1); Liter- ary Society (1). Gerald ' Red Lackey ? losl Friendly : ' Man Along with the illumination of his hair his friendliness radiates. HARRLl.L STEPHENS Hallsboro, N. C. History and French Guilford (1); Wake Forest (2); Alpha SiKTiia (laninta (.1. 4); l hi crafters (.M; Freiu-h t ' liih (4), ' ice-President. RHODODENDRON 79JT LETA TESTER Matney, N. C. Grammar Grade Eduialmn Phila Ketian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Pianist (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3), Cabinet (2, 3): Ixivill rinli (1): New Dormitory Club (2, 4): (Mee Clul) (I. 2, 3. 4); Li- brarian {3); Three M. L. Club (4). ELLA WILLIAMS THOMPSON Reidsville. N. C. English and Physical Education V. V. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Cabinet (4): N w Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Censor (3), Secretary (3), President (4): Luvill Club (1); Student Volunteer (3, 41; Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Assist- ant Matron (3. 4J ; Plavcrattcrs (1, 2, 3, 4); Physical Kducalion Major Chib (I. 2, 3, 4). Reporter (4); HontM-ary Hockev ar- sity (3. 4); Volley Ball Varsity (3. 4); Rhououkndron Staff (3, 4), Advertising Editor (4). LUTHER TODD Yadkinville, N. C. History and Science Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 41, icePresident (41. Chaplain (3). Representative (4); Plavcrafters (3. 4), Master Craftsman (4); " A " Club (4); V. . L C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4 1. Vice-President (3), Chaplain (3): Tennis .ManaRer; Rhododkn- DRON StafT, Organization Editor (4). NAOMI LEE TRANTH M Lexington ' . cJ Primqry ESucatipr} J ' ernician " Lit cary Society (1. t2, 3, 4), Treasurer ti ' h Secretary 4) ,A Eovill Club (I, 2, 3, 4) DaMdson County Xlub (1, 2, 3. 4). ' , PAUL .jftlVEJTE ' 1 Beech Creek, N.C. Grammhr Grade Education ' J MARSHALL P. WARD Beec}»i Creek. N. C. grammar Grade Education FI AI S WALKER Sl ELBY, N. C. GramrTxir Grade Education Mars Hill College (1. 2); Lovill Club (3. 4) : Cleveland County Club (4) ; New Dor- Appalachian Literkry Society fl, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (1 : Y. M. C A. !. 2); " A " Club (4); Basketball -Manager (2. 4). ROY HARRIS tURBYFILL. Jr. Maiden, N. C. Mathematics hnd Science Football (1. 2, 3. 4); Basketball (1. 2); Appalachian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Censor (4); " A " Club (3, 4). t,level£ m itory Club (4); Pfaycrafters (4). LUCILLE WARLICK LlNCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education High Point College (I): Dynician Liter- ary Society (2, 3. 4). Vice-President (3), President (3): White Hall Club (2): New Dormitory Club (3. 4). ' ice. President (3): Playcrafters (2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4j. Cabinet (2, 3), President (4). J. O. WATERS Ellenboro, N. C. History and English Ap;,alachian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. (!. 2): Rutherfordton Coun- ty Club (3, 4); Boxing (3): Track (3, 4). DOROTHY MAY WHITE RUFFIN, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (2). Secretary (4): Playcrafters (2, 3, 4): V. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Creative English Club (4); D. R. V. Club (4), Sara Howard ' Best ' Dressed Woman No fashion flashes from Paris arc needed while Sara is here I RANCI2S WICKHR ARGIti Wll.BURN SANFORD, N. C. WADESBORO. N. C. Primary Education Primary Education IMiil W. C- :i R.tiaii I.itt-rary Society (1. 2); Y. A. (1. 2); Easl Carolina Cluli (2). Thaliaii Literary Society (1, 2. . ■») Glee Club (1. 2. .!. -t ) ; White Hall Clnl (I); New Dormitory Club (2. .!, -IJ. EUGENE WIKH HlDDENITE. N. C. Mathematics. Science and History News Editor The Aplialachian (2. 3, 4); I. R. C. (2. 3, 4); N. E. C. (i. 4); Assist- ant in History (2, 1, 4); Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (4); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, i): Editor-in-Chief Tlie Appalachian (4). AVliRY WIl 1 IS Si ' RUci- Pine. N C. History and Physical Education Mars Hill College (1. 2); Football (J); Track (3). MARY ALICE WILSON Newton, N. C. English and History Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); Y. iV. C. A.; Lovill Club (1. 2); Catawba bounty Club (1. 2); English Major Club :4). MARY WINKLER Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education THOMAS WOOD Draper, va. History and English Appalachian Literary Society (1. 2. .1); International Relations Club (2. 3. 4), Pre- sident (4); Intercollegintc Debating (2, .1. 4): Student Director of Tournament (4); Business Manager Rhododendron (4): Stu- dent Assistant in French C3) ; Economics (3); Assistant to Dean (3); Faculty As- sistant Dormitory (4). HAROLD WINECOFF Rockwell, N. C. History and English Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society; Pfeiffer College (1, 2). SUSAN WINKLER Boone. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (I). MADGE WORTMAN Casar. N. C. Primary Education Lovill Club (I, 2). OFFICERS Bernard Murdoch President DwAYNE Thompson Vice-President Vanda Whicker Secretary Daisy Williams Treasurer dKe U f- Anna Lee Alexander Thomasville. N. C. Lucille Alley Catawba. N. C. ROVIE ANGELL Harmony. N. C. James Anthony Kings Mountain. N. C. Sarah Leigh Armfield Winston-Salem. N. C. Charles Baker Bakersville. N. C- Eleanor Baker Creston. N. C. 41 J- Enid Bailey Burnsville. N. C. Minnie Bell Barber Forest City, N. C. ' - " • " ' " - Nora Barefoot Dunn. N. C. Jean Bass MarshviUe. N. C. O- - . Kathleen Beach Sherwood. N. C. Virginia Francis Beam Chcrryville. N. C. Carole Beasley Pilot Mountain. N. C. Ruth Beaver Bear Poplar. N. C. Alfred Best Bessemer City. N. C. Beatrice Bingham Boone. N. C. Gladys Blakeley Cornelius. N. C. Myrle Bolick Lenoir. N. C. Mary Bost Statesville. N. C. Eupha Bowman Taylorsville. N. C. Sara Bowman Morganton. N. C. Eloise Boyce Ansonville. N, C. Naomi Brandon Morganton, N. C. Ruby Brannon Mill Springs, N. C. O ■p MARV Oliva Braswell Montezuma. N. C. Nelle Braswell Newland. N. C. Neta Bridges Moorcsboro, N. C- Beulah Bryant Cumberland. Va. Eloise Bryant YadkinviUe, N. C. ROSCOE Buckland South Covington. Va. Clifton Bumgarner Crossnore. N. C. Pauline Bunch New London. N. C. ,Ji Kj .f " Annie Laurie Burton Ridgeville, N. C. Leola Cagle- Carthage, N. C Viola Cagle Carthage. N. C. Kyy di .)% Hi AMii Carroll T J ;f ' ' - Boone, N. C. r..-t4 - V ,v.nK, . Mary Sue Childers . , ■ J. Lincolnton. N. C. J , ' , i ' Boone. IN. .Roger Collins m Waxhaw. N. C y -6 . C -Ct - :ijKju l AY Cline -j .. ,, - - - Lincolnton. N. C Elizabeth Cooke Boone. N. C. Geneva Cookh Boone. N. C. " ' " Ray Coon Lincolnton. N. C. Johnsie Cornell Vilas. N. C. Oren Counts St. Paul, Va. Daniel Cranfcrd Albemarle. N. C. Nell Curtis Marion. N. C. Lottie l. Dickson Helton. N. C. Irene Dickson Grassy Creek. N. C Maurice Dobbins Rusk. N. C. Floyd Eamon Messena. N. Y. - - CARRfE ' 6 ' . EDRIINST . Matney. N. C. Robert Edwards Sparta. N. C. Bob Elliott Charlotte. N. C. Ruth Epps Newton. N. C. Ruth Ervin Statesville. N. C. Hal Farthing Sugar Grove. N. C. Rena Mae Farthing Boone. N. C. Cyrus Faw Miller ' s Creek, N. C Ray Fisher Cherryville. N. C. J. C. Folger Mount Airv. N. C. Beverly Fowler Salisbury, N. C. Martha Furches Farmingfon. N. C. Blaine Gibbs. Jr. Appalachia. Va. JACK H GiBBS Appalachia. Va. A. J. Gillespie. Jr. Salisbury. N. C. Harlon Gilliam North Wilkesboro. N. C. Edith Glenn, Spruce Pine. N. C WilliAxM Good New Florence. Penn. Howard Goodman Todd. N. C. Gerthude Graybeal Harmony, N. C. Irma Grey Gabriel Sherrills Ford. N. C. LuLA Mae Greene Andrews. N. C. Thomas L. Greene Boone. N. C. Mrs. Frank Hamrick Boone, N. C. Carrie Harmon Valle Crucis, N. C. MATTIE Lou Harm Sherwood, N. C Roy Sims Harris Rutherfordton, N. C. Lucille Hartley Boone. N. C. ROSALYN HARTSELL Concord, N. C. Ja.mes Connor Hawkins Thomasvillc, N. C. Mrs. Lena V, Heavner Crouse. N. C. Earl Henson Vilas, X. C. Dorothy Herman Newton. N, C. Lloyd Hobbs Edenton. N. C. Virginia Holland Winston-Salem, N. C. WlLLARD HOUCK Boone. N, C. Kate Henson Sherwood, N. C. i liau: Carolyn Hudson Connely Springs. N. C. Florence Hughes Newland, N. C. T. B. Huneycutt. Jr. Granite Quarry, N. C. Louise Johnson Hudson. N. C. Louise Jones Shelby. N. C. Nina Jones Wilkesboro. N. C. Margaret Lackey Lenoir. N. C. Wade Lackey Hiddenite. N. C. Melvin Lashure Gou verneur. N. Y. David Lewis Hertford. N. C. Lucy Little Newton. N. C. -w0 Edward Love Sugar Grove. N. C. Rebecca Mabe Walnut Cove. N. C. Jennie Martin Statcsville. N. C. Grace Mast Amantha. N. C. John Mathews Sanford. N. C. Troy A. Mathews East Bend, N. C. H, T. McCann Roaring Gap. N. C. Annette McClure Shelby. N. C. Russell McCollu.m Monroe. N. C. Edna McMillan Oak Ridge. N. C. George McRorie Rutherfordton. N. C. Nell McSwain Dallas. N. C. Fay Messick Lenoir. N. C. Betty JANE Miller Hickory. N. C. Elizabeth Miller Mocksville. N. C. Gaye Miller Boone. N. C. Evelyn Miller 2yj- - - ' »-«- ' yc Richfield, N. C. O, Kathleen Miller Clifton. N. C. Violet Miller Buffalo Cove. N. C. EuLA Mills MarshviUc. N. C. Mary Helen Modlin Lincolnton. N. C. Annie Mae Moore Collettsville. N. C. Dermont Moore Rufus, N, C, V-OcA jl y EULALIA MOOR Monroe. N. C. Faye Moore Granite Falls. N. C. iZ-i " - :y:;m Frederick D. Moore Antwerp. N. Y. BiCKETT Morgan Marshville. N. C. Willie Marie Morrison Stony Point. N. C. Bernard Murdoch Charlotte. N. C. Myrtle Nance Peachland. N, C. Wayne Nance Dobson. N. C. Algernon Neal Reidsville. N. C. Virginia Nelson Pilot Mountain. N. C. Ben Norris Hickory. N. C. William G. Norris Hickory. N. C. Myrtle Norton Stony Point. N. C. David Odom Boone. N. C. Bridie Lee Parker Wingatc. N. C. Ivan Pearson North Lawrence. N. Y. Lois Peeler Gold Hill. N. C. Priscilla Pendleton Vale, N. C. Sarah Perkins Connelly Springs. N. C. Arthur Pharr Wilkesboro. N. C. Heman Pharr Statesville, N. C. Hazel Maye Plaster Winston-Salem. N. C. Pauline Pope Linwood. N. C. Vance C. Powers Bonlee. N. C. Mary Lorena Pratt Winston-Salem. N. C. Eunice Ford Quinn Hemmingway. S. C. Kenneth Quernell Boone. N. C. fe-SiSSSsi Bernice Raley Bcthune. S. C. Margaret Ray Boone, N. C. ' §IF Mabel Rhyxe Gastonia. N. C. Alleen Robbins Trinity, N. C. Edith Rudisill Vale. N. C. Fay sale Dover, Delaware IvA Sale Dover. Delaware William Stewart Scott Boone. N. C. Thelma Shepherd Grumpier, N. C. Elizabeth Sinclair Norwood. N. G. Elmer Sinclair Norwood. N. C. M i iJlS- Ralph Sinclair Boone, N. C. Ervin Smart Ellenboro, N. C. Louise Smith Mount Holly. N. C Madge Smith Heaton, N. G. Ruth Smith Jackson Hill. N. G. Virginia South Boone. N. C. Maude Speagle Vale, N. G. Robert Spratt Garoleen, N. G. ROSCOE STALEY Wilbar. N. C. V. Thornton Staler Wilbar, N. G. J- B. Stines Mars Hill. N. G. Kathleen Stout Star, N. C. Gatherine Styers Winston-Salcm, N. C. ' Deceased, March 8, 19,?7 Ora Suggs Gastonia, N. G. %l mmm m% 1 firli ) f ' S MkM JACK Sullivan CherryviUe. N. C. GwvN Sutherland Fig. N. C. Glenn Swoi-ford Boone. N. C. Pansy Talent Vale. N. C. Dwayne Thompson Philadelphia. N. Y. Karl Throneburg Hudson. N. C. Stella Tilley Mount Airy. N. C. Gannon Tolbert Boone, N. C. Lois Tolbert CoUettsville. N. C. J ' . ;e Mrs. Cora Helms Turner Monroe. N. C. Grady W. Tyree Creston. N. C. John H. VonCanon Banners Elk. N. C. Webb Ward Ruthcrfordton. N. C. Rebecca Maye Warden Laurel Springs. N. C. . Pauline Webb Statesville. N. C. Vevette Wehunt CherryviUe. N. C. Vanda Whicker Winston-Salem. N. C. Ethel Whisnant Rutherfordton. N. C. Hugh White Union Grove. N. C. Claude Whitley Albemarle. N. C. Daisy May Williams Boone. N. C. Maude Williams Boone. N. C. Nell Wilson Huntersville. N. C. Woodrow Worrell Hillsville. Va. Margaret Wray Vale. N. C. Clara Wright Fallston. N. C. mm W ' i-i m !•: OFFICERS Kyle Dickson President Gerald DeMond Vice-President Lola Thomas Secretary Phil Hudson Treasurer pi m Callie Abernathv Clara Aderholt Gus Antonakos Grant Ashley Daisy Austin Dcrothene Baines Beulah Baird Odessa Lee Baker Truman Baker WiLMA Barefoot Madge Beam Annie Beard Dwight Bess Amos Best Helen Bingham Mary Bingham R. K. Bingham. Jr. George Blum. Jr. Frances Bodenhamer Thelma Bond Kathryn Bracey Robert Broome Hortense Brown Rose Bryant Jean Buchanan Maude Anna Butner Laura Carson Wayne C. Church Anna Belle Coffey Martin Cole Margaret Collier Alice Cook WS!iWff! M mmmm ' f ' ' :ii I I D E I ;f ; vri v s I 7i Ruth Cox Wilbur Craft Culver Dale Willie Edwards R. D. Eggleston Rachel Eller Ethel Davis Geraldine Deaver Walline Deck Margaret Eury Melvin Fairley Mary Evelyn Farmer Mary Lou Dedmon .i - - - - " «t, Gerald DeMond JUANITA DICKERSON (2 - Bruce Farthing Wheeler Farthing Sara Flinchum Kyle Dickson RouTH Dixon Sara Doggett Eudell Formyduval Colonel Francis Cleo Frye Delia White Douglas Mabon Dye Hilda Faker Beulah Funderburk Marion Gilbert DoTTiE Glenn Christine Edens Thomas Graybeal :M : iii -,f ■ 7: m- V jV. y , 5 " ! " ' r Holly Greene Bahnson Greenwood Frances Gunter Ennis Houck Talmadge Houck Stephen Houser Walter Alexander Haire Sarah Hall William Halyburton Ruth Howard Phil Hudson Glenn Hull Richard Yates Hamilton Clyde Harding Martha Harrill -£ jjjit£jLj , „ £hCut a- " " Louis Hartley Banks Heafner J. D. Hemmings John Idol James P. Ingram. Jr. Elizabeth Isabell Ella Marguerite Jackson Orville Jackson Hessie E. Jaynes Ed Holland Francine Holt Helen Holt Ruby Johnson Sadie Johnson Elizabeth Jones Eva Jones Hopkins y Thad Jones y-:-:M : r-m- :VU C - Oxaj. J xyjJi J hl(SjLAj ' l - ,- -Xc-6( iiMM y Aline King Roger King Howard Kiser Gladys McCurdy Ethel Vell McDade Anna Sue McGimsey Mable Kluttz Margaret Knott WiLMA Lackey Geneva McManus Helen Belk McNeely Pauline McNeill Mary Ruth Lasley Frances Lathan Virginia Lawrence C . - ?£ C ' - ' - --- • " Ti c Vista Maxine Lawson Louise Leonard William Lindsay Daisy Lee Meacham Odell Merrill Lorraine Miller = - « - y Warren Mitchell Inez Moore Mabel Moore Clifford Lynn Long Lucille Lopp Geneva Mackenzie Miriam Mortimer Eva Myers Rosa Myrick L. C. Maples Mary C. McCollum Richard Osborne Herman Owens mM wiiL M ' ' } Odessa Parks Glenn Perry H. B. Perry, Jr. Mrs. Vergie Church Perry Zada Pope Kathleen Porter Jack Poteat George Powell Edith Grace Pratt Fred Putnam Juanita Putnam Louise Quackenbush Keith Redmond Dema Reeves Agnes Rhyne Martha Ritchie Josephine Robinson O. W, Robinson Herbert Sain Lloyd H. Sandlin Ruby Scronce Fred L. Self CuLos Settle Norine Sharpe Glenn Shidal Louise Shoaf Nellie Shumaker Lois Sides Manley Smathers Helen Smith Mavis Smith Mary Jane Snow m ■i % ' M Avis Starling Naomi Steelman Eloise Stroupe Rose Swofford Alice Taylor Hazel Lee Taylor Gladys Terry E. S. Thomas Geneva Dare Thomas Lola Thomas Annie Lou Thompson John B. Thompson Matoaka Torrence Blanche Townsend Glenn Troute Elbert Tucker Clatie Tussey Melvin Wagner George Wall James Wall Mary Lillian Watts A. Z. Williams Len Wilson Wendal Wilson Len Woodruff Carson Wood Charles Wright Helen Yoder Louise York ' Pearl York Oliver Young Virginia Yount fs Wm OFFICERS Francis Hoover President Cecil Poe Vice-President Anne Jones Secretary Ruby Spry Treasurer Dora Alexander Glenn Anderson John Anderson Louise Armstrong Arthur Atchley EuLA Atkins Hazel G. Austin LiLA Austin Sibyl Bagby ■ ' v« -- , - Lucille Baker Doris Bandy AviLEE Banner Lucille Banner Craig Wilson Barker. Jr. JuEL Barlow Dewey Barnhill Thelma Beam Alma Beck Eddie Bingham David Black Tom Black Henry Neal Blair. Jr. Leafybelle Blanton Hilda Blue Betty Bostic Josephine Bradley Carrie Bradshaw Elsie Lee Brake Erma L, Bridges WiLMA Bridges Evelyn Brown Hal Brown Hazel Dare Brown Mary Louise Brown Azile Burns Lucille Campbell Clem Canipe Vivian Jackie Carico Edwin Carter Madge Carter Olga Lee Caudle Larry Chandler Agnes Christenbury DoviE Mae Clark Garnet Clark Lalla Clay Henry Cloninger Lloyd Collins George Corn Lucy Cowles Margaret Cowles Hazel Craft Louise Cress Harold Culler R. P. Dougherty Rosalie Dearmin Wif .MM nil Mabel Deck Diana Lynn DeLapp Pauline Douglas Lawrence R. Dowdy Mary Helen Greene Jeanne Greer Mabel Virginia Greer DWIGHT Grubbs Gretchen Duncan Stella Dye Arvel Dyer Fred Edwards Jose Haigler Vetra Haines Tina Harmon Mildred Harris Lowell Ellis Gelalia Ervin Dorothy Farthing Mary S. Farthing Louise Hayes Mary Lillian Haynes Elizabeth Head Tom B. Hedden. Jr. Louise Fisher Walker Fitts Ed Flowers Mildred Frady James R. Henderson Delma Hensley Robert Hire Arthur L. Hodder f ■ N. W. Freeman. Jr. Gladwyn Gabriel Don Gaffney Hazel Gainey Bernard Hodgson Louise Holland Vivian Holloway Ned Honeycutt Charles Gallyon Madge Gambill Martha Garner Milton Gaskill Ray Hood Francis L. Hoover Mary Alice Hoover Claude Houck Horace James Good Helen Gragg Louise Grayson Floyd Greene Don D. Howell Louise Hudgins Mary Eleanor Hudgins Maxine Hughes J. Dorothy Hurst IzETTA Hutchison Lucille Icard Maude James Julia Johnson Kenneth Johnson Ruth Johnson Annabeth Jones Mary Ruth Jones George Kelly Jean Kelly William Kincaid Alice King Louise King Howard R. Kimel Blanche Kiser Annie Edna Krider Burlie Ladd Allan Lathan Mildred Ethel Ledford Ruby C. Ledford George E. Lee Rose Leonard Ernest Long J. W. Long Ruth Long Jennie Lovill Eunice Idell Lowder Opal Lowe Maxine Loy Stanley Lujack Daisy Lyons Bess Marsh Lucienne Massey Mack Matheson Lawson Mathews Virginia McCall Marshall McClure Ned McCormick Mary McCurry Ellen McFall John McGinnis Thelma McKinney Wimberly McLean Frances Miller Reba Miller Etta Mills William Mitchell Betty Modlin Martha Monteith Mary Elizabeth Monteith Emeline Moore Ben Morrow Jack Pershing Morton Mary Sue Moser Andr£ Nadeau w m m . " I U iSM? iVK m m f ■ .di ;3 i. " in - . ■i- ' : U Mary Elizabeth Neal Mattie Neddham Mabel Norris Mabel Norris Allen Norton Reta Oliver Ruby Osborne Virginia Parrish Raiford Gibson Pate Patty Brown Pearson Jennie Lowe Peebles Elizabeth Peeler HiGHT Redmond Jekolia Reeder Rachael Reeder Margaret Rhyne Thurston James Richardson Richard Rogerson. Jr. Hope S. Rothrauff Elmo Rothrock Hazel Saine Beatrice Satterwhite Thomas W. Savage Dorothy Sellers Ruth Peeler T i vV ' -e ' ' -as .j eraldine Setzer Anna Pell Harry Setzer Ethel Perry Juanita Shepherd Phoebe Perry Basil Sherrill Ralph Perry Keith Perry ' man Richard Peterson Anne Phillips Cecil Poe Pearl Poovey William C. Pugh Marion Orr Query Vera Rackley Elizabeth Randle Frances Ray Geraldine Redding Grace Ann Sherrill James Sherwood Jessie Sifford C. Ray Sills Clara Belle Simpson Grace Viola Simpson Virginia Dare Simpson Fred Sink Fred Julius Smith Pearle Smith Billy Snow Thelma Southard m m JUANITA SpAINHOUR Ruth Spoon Ruby Spry Dorothy Stacy Lois Starnes Mada Steele LiNwooD Stephenson Annie Armour Stiles Edith Stinson James F. Stonestreet, Jr. Martha Stonestreet Kate Stroup Myrtle Stroup Ruth Suggs Mary Summey Lewis Swofford Joe Tate Stella Tate Jack Taylor Marie Templeton Martha Thomas Eva Thompson Leona Townsend Evelyn Turner Lucille Upton LoRENE Vance Henry Vanhoy Eugenia Vernon Weaver Wade L L. Wagner Madalyn Wagoner Edith Walker EccLES Wall Ralph Wall Charles Walters Cecil Ward Nancy Ward Dare Della Watts B. E. Weisner DuLciE Welch Louise Welch Lee West Cary Lee Westmoreland Ernest White Joe White Rena White MUZETTE WiLKERSON Archie Wilkins Louise Wilkinson Lynn Banks Williamson Roy William Wilson S. M. Willis. Jr, Jean Wilson - Eunice Wray Louise Wyke Joseph A. Yermala mi. wrn w }tf o -Z ' ' _C UV«2-Y -. - — c- • r Elk h ihv foriDKl d until May kinc to move frocn the old th« m«nfts - all of iri c the tntna- and oblldnn wm preeent funrral and burial htn. | ion. RDd It Is bellcTMl Utkt K Urc crowd will be pn fnt. Commencement At Collese Is On Today; Many To Graduate Ninv hiindrrd and twenty itludenU|tlie Openinjr (catore o( the commence- of Applactiian St.ip Toaehfre Col-jmenl cxtrcbc The conedy Oecr Irr - lh - Innrr-t homhrr «! thi. Ml- WiW, " , " Th Imporranee of Bcinic i..F.Brnctt. " will be this year ' Senioi 1. Claw iiffermic In benefit of the Stu- ■ ' Kdufa.|dfni Ij an Fund, Beine eameat hap- ' " ■ ' " " very important in thii held a. Tn,-- . SL Mark. i;r» T » % hooM in Mar ItUt. CommnAion MtMci Kuir? hardl. uf 11 jrrar Dotmal ' ' ' ' ' PU| SlarU E t«tMa Terhapa one o( tie cl«v«r« t cow- chai«. rdiea ever preaented In Boone will b a benei he put upoa the b««rtl of the c«U«C«)cvnalB to wheduletj au«» Tlwndar alfM m p. n. ' p« . St. " - Frrd H. n I ' in 11 -dtcta Drut To r-4 - j . moi It. ill Bt-, ir f 1 f ;!■;,■ t..j l»l b tn ' ■tkM. . »i thit Ihrr. i-are ty i .n l e attmtlM l| s ' » T. S. Hm Modern | Water Supply System U OO G»IImi T»»k Tfcke« C«r« of M Pr«a««t H—Am of tbo Sobool fl at— Otkor Notoo. | : l( App«l chian Training School K« bwn enlcrUined •! ch»pel cxcr- Ica rec»nll5 y • «» " = ' fom Prof. ' i JL William on the jfr " ! proi «t «t atone MounUin in Gtoncia com- fjj BOBBOntln ' the heroes of the Sou- «0S confederacy. Prof. LoRan has IcCB x«ad-nK Enoch Axdcn in taction tbe rntertainment of the student tif. AUo quite a number of baa- ht ball game have been eniratfed in lar 4e pa few dajrk Bot the yoonl Wlo • " • ' rounf menu ' t«am» ««t to Lenoir on Friday where iRe lonMT played the team of Da«en- yolt CoUege and the latter playod 1 Itome town team. In both th«M ggaMa the Training g hool tami (nw out aefond beat. In th adwal Gyttttaaiium there have been ••eeral 0aot« ta between the different cla»»- «• Hid the re»uU» wera Tariott . Sm e of ti «nt«rprtae« of tbe TtaiBing Sckwri b««an aeveral jrear. g(o have been greatly enUrged and tBpnve r, «me made entirely new. Itil Ijilter .- . ' -ix-c:a!iy true of the w r ■:, » mu»b«r ofi| jreaia at ' ' «»« ' » " " ' " ji ( Wt am by piping tt tew »mail springsiqj fcw» the side of Howard ' s KDob.ijJ vhick served the purpose of the acbol U for several year.. A few years agojp: the state appropriated fund? for ai new sysum. In c.jr-.ytrurtinc this »ya-j i, ten a numb, r ,.t |) ag« were pur- chased on the Mile o! P.ich Mountain some Ihrt mile» distant. These were eemented so that no surface water d| MuH get int o them and all were pip- «d to « tank ijM the side of the moun- tain and fron ' . there by a large flume iLthe water wns carried to a tank of faw.OOO gallons capacity located on !• llV ridge far above the town and dMoL From this latter large pipe ■talVWll throoghout the aehool ™«»illl». This plant is for the school I «loi»e and will furnish an ample sup- Sly of pure mountain water for the ■ •» of the school in its fullest devel- oyiMnt for years to come. I l h-f ; This week at the colie e marks the j I ' tisiest of the ytar. On Monday gU ' Venine was a graduate piano rectal by Miss Mary E. Davis, who wa« a»- d|;iisted by Vrui. A. R. Smith in several vocal aolo- Tue»d»y and Wednes- day were t;(l ti. up with reviews and ' examination- and this afternoon al :30 the . ' - ' ■:i. ' t class is lo pive its kass day exf ci ts. At 8 o ' clock a r.cmedy-diinii, in three nets will be staged by ' .he members of the senior class. The tU ' te of the play ij " At the End of the Rainbow. " and is Ls pointed out that this is the only ex- ercise of the year for which an ad- ini.« ;on ivy is charciHi. Th.- pm- ceed.■ gf to Ihc student loan fund am) is utjed help secure an educa- tion for tho e who are iinable to ' lKip thi mselves. j The commeneenuMit fxcrcise. e ' come Friday lit 10 o ' clock when fi. , HEW TRAIHIHG SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEET ivf ! The DPW board of triistoo.s of ] the Appalachian Ti-iininK Sclp. .! met at che Critclier Hotel Th;! i -. (iay night. Dr. Brooks, Statf SSupprintendent and Prof. A. T. Allt n, (Mrector of teacher tiai ' ! inj.; in North ' nr ' i " ' " v,. i-,. ' , ' .« preseni . Tin ' i ■ f(l) " i- if ' ' ' , ul ' ( ■ , I » aii ' . !-:. K. l.n - :, ■ cliainnan of the ! ! l;51aekburn vicc i 1 {U)vill, M. H. r I Coftey elecf ' . ' U ■.■ tee. ;tnd E. S. C ' ' Bkickburn •■! ' •• ' eornmitt ' ' ' -. ! ' • ected pre»iu ' andD. I)._ D. - and busines.s uiiinagi F(5r the most jiart i ■. bers 111 ' I he I ' aciih y vi and a iiuuiber of new added. The scluxd will years of normal work- :■. high scluK)! i!oi!is " . i ' l program was carried out without Dr. Training School Shows Marvelous Growth A. T. ' S. Facutty Ha lBt«r««tUt ISMlint 426.000 has bMB Ro- crivcd for Buildina Pur| o « Dur- ing Four Year . — Prostdeal Civaa 0 stlia« for FMtors of Inalilutton ' A ver interesting raei faculty lit the Appolaebi. School wa held on .tatu ' soon the 17th. Pre tide.n I prrsmte ' l n blue prim of thi ri. ' -.i j of the .-.■nooi which wa« mtode t Pr. E .S ftraper of rharlotle. This ' Kap pia s tW campus for a million ' dollar plant. It howv all the pr« -j «Bt btiildings and tWsa that ar tO ' be buit! ;» QeM tkt IMcds of tkol Sche«) fti::l provfatm for walha, drivwt! and .»riaTO» nt«l Ireea am! ahmbhtry ' fvr tJ» canpua Mr. Dougherty p«il on the black toard t i i.ilOO. stating tluu the ■ o «) had rr eired this amolMit for bnlklii fom ir tuiT ' t :.C tiie ( a t Se:il lOi, (■asurer I relUiilll teachers have two; ■ ' i ' lve the ■ II? eniirt ; i any difference of opinion. j Brooks e.xpressi ' tl hiaiseif 1 ly pleased with the oiitlonk $65,000 Invested in A T. S. Power Plant MeJern HyJro-EUclric Plsnt . Sop plant.. 0». lostallej i» 1914.— 24 Hour Sarvica — Rat. Lower Tbaa at Other Places in State. rooas KO.MS: Donsttury t: mott«tration school $tV .- .11 BoOtUnc |I1».- UrA tkfO «l 4 tb« -.tl liii.iii. ' b i..jme t(H (nost fore- Set.. U - . ' »• " ■ " Ideal for the future of the «(i " l. B» wouid have a grammar school of W«en grades, tho equal of may in tt» conrtry; the teachers to be the best t« . - j ' Miif.ii; aTour year high school XY i.irds a two year No. . -th faculty, buil- (Jhw- f " ' " ■ q JiP " " nt «» l " ' " " ' " be foniKi in !b ' country. (Prof. Dou- jlwrty did say. smiling, that »o must work out a two year eollegc before we ooul.i think much about » four year twllege.; One thing, he impress- ed the fact that there should bt an ,nd.nvnunt ftind of $100,000 to loan to IX .,r lru deserving students- ProJ. D. ' J ,tv expressed hs high idoaU and I he faculty v ' V institution ' ing behinil the fur-j About 1914 the Appalachian Train g school InsUlled iu first powe 1. plant giving the school and th« town electric lights and power. That one, although rather small, was one of the very best plants onyvihcrc for its siie being so adjuste das to stop automa- tically at any time the keeper might ijbairc. About two years ago this plant was burned, but was soon re- boilt and continued to be »aed onlU the fall of the ' past year, when the new plant, situated between Boone and Blowing Rock three miles from Boone, was ready to sUrt. This lat- ter plant, situated on New River has c.een giving excellent results since the power wa... turned on. running day and night, except during the Sab- bath. This latter plant has a dam 24 feet in height and from the dam .. nuurl flun e runs 1850 feet down •l.e river gi iu the water a fall of 11 J feet to the power plant which (rives power apparently amply suf- ficient for much more distribution ill The ( »wii ;: ' s.t r hi.i,l l:i fiU-t i ' i . .! ltH,.lU-(l [hnl tin iM.iiM.-ry f:i.V- " f the iiver. unle..,.s it -.•.-.juld lit .m ex- traordinary dry season, would be am sufficient to run the plant with- »o , o ' ' ' Brewer Maijieson ST£Eb U A " " A " CLl B i lifailttO Top Row: CLINE Farthing, President: Norman PiCKHRT, Vice-President: FOV MARllN. Secretary-Treasurer: ROVIE ANGELL, GEORGE BLUM, NORMAN CHADWICK. GEORGE CORN, Alfred Cro.martie. James Crooks, Melvin Fairley, Hal Farthing. Walker Fitts; Second RoiU: DON GAFFNEY, EARL HENSON, LLOYD HOBBS, GERALD LACKEY, HOWARD DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS KiDD Brewer Athletic Director R. W. Watkins . Assistant Director Football Track Wrestling KiDD Brewer Flucie Stewart R. W. Watkins Flucie Stewart Sivimming R. w. Watkins Boxmg Baseball A. AXTOXAKOS KiDD Brewer R. W. WATKINS Basketball Tennis Flucie Stewart G. L. Sawter Girls ' Athletics Mrs. William Matheson " A " CLUB Miss Thursa Steed iSS T KT McCaxx. Bex Norris. Bill Norris. johx Passage, James Patterson. Johxxy Peden, Cecil Poe. Mariox Query: Third Row: O. W. Robixsox. Hope Rothrauff, Elmo RoTHROCK. Karl Sa ». ' yer. Stewart Scott, Ervix Smart. Fred Smith. Irvix Smith, Luther Todd, Roy Turbyfill. Webster Ward, Lex Wilson. Carsox Wood. VARSITY FOOTBALL The Gold and Black clad sons of Appalachian ' s ' Mi football squat! fell in line this season in a victory march that enabled them to win every game but one in a nine-meet schedule. Led by Coach Kidd Brewer and his able aides. F-lucie Stewart, line coach, and Robert Watkins. freshmen mentor, the moun- taineers took second place in the Smoky Mountain Conference, third in the North State, and finished with a total score of 2 6 points to the opponents 29. At the spearhead of Appalachian offense clearing the way for the quartet of fleet backs, were Captain Cline Farthing. Ervin Smith. Loyd Hobbs, and Roy Turbyfill. In the backficld. Len Wilson, whose line smashing placed him among the high scorers of the nation, and Rovie Angell. who specialized in the art of dashing around the enemy ends, had the capable assistance of the astute field general. Foy Martin, and the accurate blocking of Webb Ward. Three senior athletes wore Appalachian ' s uniforms for the last time this year. Captain Cline Farthing ' s last season ' s efforts won him the acclaim of all who witnessed his performances and a berth on both conference teams: Foy Martin, brilliant quarterback, led his team to prominence, and Johnny Morris, reserve back, gave beneficial aid to Appalachian ' s greatest football team. Date Appalachian Score Opponents Score Sept. 2fi A. S. T. C 105 Piedmont College Oct. 2A. S. T. C. 14 Lenoir Rhyne College Oct. 10 A. S. T. C. 5 2 Guilford College Oct. 17 A.S. T. C. 20 W, C. T. C 2 Oct. 24 A. S. T. C. 27 South Georgia Teachers Oct. 31 AS. T. C. 45 Tu,sculum Nov. 7 A. S. T. C. Catawba 14 Nov. 1 4 A. S. T. C. 21 E. T. T. C 7 Nov. 20 A. S. T. C, 10 Cumberland University 6 Totals A. S. T. C 296 Opponents 29 Back Ko-,f: Co.MH Bhkwer. Brod.vk. VV.m.ters, .Mobhis. MiI.aubin, Evans, East. Hawkins. Flowers. Wilson. Coaih Stewart. Third Rene: Corn, Iajaik. Keciiarhson. Woodruff, . IiCanx, Poe. Hodder, Jones, Blum, Rothrauff. Henson. Second Rtnv: Stines. Caffney, Heiieiu ' s. QrERY. Rothrock, Kr.r.LESTOx. Farthing, S.MITII. Fitts. Bartz. Doi:ghertv. I ' iySt HtyiC: li .v W,»l MIIU Tl-WnNFI-f H,,l:H KvhIHIVi. Ai M SmIMI l-■ lkll M kM A i.ll1 i ' tUjMjMiJMi. ' ' i ' ' ' SD ai !!l,«l L8i 114 -»Hui. Crooks Captain Watkins Coach I AK I MINI , Manager WllESTLING Backed by a reputation unsurpassed by any college in the South, and spurred onward by the prospects of winning even greater laurels. Appalachian launched her 19 3 7 attack and pinned another envious record to the archives of Southern wrestling. Ten opponents faced her across the mat and ten times she emerged victorious. Of these ten foes North Carolina State served the most competition, the outcome of this meet not being certain until the final match had ended. In foreign state encounters victories were achieved by one-sided scores, the University of Tennessee. Vanderbilt Universitv. and Naval Apprentice being numbered among the season ' s victims. Without question. Robert W. Watkins is truly a great wrestling coach. His teams com- mand the admiration and respect of all who witness them in action. Pour of his boys. Captain Jimmy Crooks. Cline Farthing. Lloyd Hobbs. and Milton Gaskill survived, undefeated, an almost suicidal schedule. To climax a perfect season Appalachian won the A. A. U, wrestling championship of the two Carolinas. This mammoth event was staged in her own huge gymnasium in honor of her splendid teams of the past. Front Rou. ' : Jimmy In(;ra.m, Sophomore Manager. Milton Gaskill, James Patterson, Ben Norris, JlM.MV Crooks, Bill Xorris, Carson Wood, Clauoe Farthing, Rocer Ewinc, Cline Farthing, Lloyd Hobbs. Second Row; Roy Wilson. Hal Farthing, Junior Manatjer, Bill Lindsay, Dan Cranford, Ernest White, Calvin Harding. Frosh Manaticr. Dewey Barmiill. En Flowers, Cecil Poe, Charles Walters, Joe White. Dick Rogerson. Marion Oi eky. Coach R. W, Waikins. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Crooks EWING Claude Farthing Cline Farthing Gaskill HOBBS Bill Xorris Ben Xorris White Wood THE 1937 RHODODENDRON BOXING For the first time in the history of the institution. Appalachian was repre- sented by an inter-collcgiate boxing team. Although new and inexperienced in this sport, an enviable record was made. In Washington. D. C her winning streak was halted, momentarily, by a tie with the famous University of Colum- bus pugilists. Meet after meet opponents, conceded to be of better caliber, were met and defeated. The University of Tennessee was pushed aside by the score of 5 ' , to 2)4 . and Appalachian resumed her march of victory. When the curtain fell, signalling the end of the schedule, only one defeat marred a very satisfactory season: the Charlotte Y. M. C. A., possessing one of the best amateur teams in the South, nosed out Appalachian in a clo.se and rousing match by the score of 5 to . At the close of the regular season popular Coach Brewer entered a number of his boys in the Carolinas Golden Gloves tournament held at Charlotte, N. C. Big Len Wilson and Joe Yermala. consistent winners all year, won titles in the open division: in the novice class Marion Query and Ted Bartz came through with two more championships. Back Rozv : WooitRi ' FF. McCorm u k. Coi.k. (I.?oin-:. Ilm. .1 Ci-ARK. Query, Bartz, He.nderson. Front Rfflv: Yermala, Sherrii.i., XAnPAr. Fitts, Martin. Corn. Wilson. Frahv. i i:h. Ua(Klkv. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON i Bart 2 Frady Query Clark Henderson Sherrill Corn Martin Wilson FiTTS Nadeau Yermala THE 1937 RHODODENDRON BASKETBALL Angell Stewart Trivette Henson Coach Manager Co-Captains Under the tutelage of Coach Flucie Stewart for the second straight year, the Appalachian State basketeers showed a marked improvement over last year ' s quintet. After dropping the first game of the season, she worked smoothly and scored three games in the winning column before dropping another. Presenting a fast breaking attack and an undying desire to win. she gave the leaders of both conferences a fight to the final whistle. Eighteen games constituted the 1937 schedule, and 10 of these went to Appalachian. Of the eight games lost the margin of victory for the winner was never over a matter of a few points. When the last whistle had sounded and the giant gymnasium was once more empty, Irvin " Red " Smart had led the hardwooders in point-getting. His 146 points pushed him far ahead of the two runners-up. Harold Culler and I. L. Wagner. Frniit R(r:v: I hil Hi ' dso.n, John McCinm.s. Hovtf. Anceli., Karl IIknson, ITkrolo C " i " i.i.kr, S m Kaim.in. Second RoZC : (il.K.N. HfLl.. IrVI.N S.MART. I. I,. WAr.XFR, TiEORi-.F Bn ' M. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON I CHEER LEADERS Front Rou. : HAZl-L Pl.AsIlk, AXNl- JoM s. MARGARET EURY. Back Rou. ' : MOIR AVERS, MARTHA GARNER, FRED LENTZ, MATOAKA TORRENCE, T. B. HUNEYCUTT. TENNIS Front Row: BASIL SHERILL, KARL SAWYER. JOHN McGlNNIS, KAKL I 1 10R,N1:BL ' K( ,, Floyd Eamon. Second Roiv: LUTHER TODD, Senior Manager, RAY CLINE, Junior Manager. FRED SINK, Bill Mitchell, James Wall. Coach G. L. Sawyer. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON baski:tball Fl-RCHESS. BaKKR Managers Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian BASKETBALL RESULTS 26 Lenoir Rhyne 11 Wingate 17 Boiling Springs 1 b Mitchell 4 5 Mitchell M Boiling Springs 24 Lenoir Rhync 17 Milligan 1 Milligan 25 Wingate I ' i H. C. T. C. 27 20 18 16 25 4q 26 20 8 2 Back Rou ' : Juel Barlow, Blanche Kiskr, Kiiiv Hkannun. Amlkk Hannkr, Kriii IIiskins. Koi-tii Dixon, Matoaka Torrence. Front Rmv: Am.een King. Mari.arkt Kiivxe. Km hi Kimisui. Ciiplain. N ' anua WiiuKtR, Carole Beaslev. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON " A " CLUB Back Row: Avilee Banner, Rl " i ii II l :3i.i a--. Eui i h Rcdisill, Ruby Brannon, Flora Mae Luc key, Carole Beaslev. Blanche Kiser, Margaret Rhyne, Aileen King. Front Row: Juel Barlow, Routh Dixon, Helen Baker, Matoaka Torrence. Vanda Whicker, Martha FURCHESS. Physical Education Major Club OFFICERS Helen Baker , , . . Routh Dixon Matoaka Torrence President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Back R(nc ,.M., i,,.jM,v, iJ.jR.A Alexandkr. Edith Stinson, MARiiARti Knott, Routh Dixon, IJoROTHY Hurst, Avilee Banner, Mary .Summey, Jean Bass, Edith Rudisill, Eunice Quinn, Louise yuACKENBusH, Bernice Raley, Hazel Beaver, Eudell Formvduval, Beatrice Satterwhite. Front Rozv: Frank Anderson, Juel Barlow, Sadie Johnson, Eupha Bowman, May Bryant, Carole Beasley, Helen Baker, Ella Thompson, Ruth Huskiss, Flora . Lae Luckey, Martha Furchess, Rose Leonard, Louise Bradshaw, Matoaka Torrence. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON HOCKEY MEMBERS El ' pha Bowman. Mae Bryant. Vanda Whicker. Elora Mae Luckev. Ruih Huskins. Hazel Beaver, Edith Rudisill, Carole Beasley. Helen Baker, Captain. Eudell Formyduval, Martha Furchess. VOLLEY BALL MEMBERS RouTH Dixon. Flora Mae Luckey. Ruth Huskins. Vanda Whicker. Helen Baker, Carole Beasley. Ella Thompson. Louise Quackenbush, Ediih Rudisill. Matoaka Torrence. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON THE 1937 RHODODENDRON WORK AT NORMAL IS PROGRESSING Student! N. C. From Six St tc . And Count Rcprravnted in Student Body ' The VkOfk cf ilie {■omnipr school is ■ m«vins on w U, byih facuity and »lU(icnl» being busy. ' Tho number enruHed has reached Mi. Among thvm only about SO ure m«n. Tbcre • ai-e about SOU high »choo) gruduuteA , «(] iwho are luiciiig their first summer t_ ; school work- . There are six. suites represented in I tJie Mudvnt budy. South Carolina with IH. Vire iiiu wiif) 6. Geor a with a, jTenne HC-c with 2. and Mi»sissippi witfa I ou«. making 30 f-om other states and 1 865 from N ' orlh Carolina. Sixty-six j :ountle» of this state nre represented, ' Wilkes leading with 74. Watauga : with ax. Union with 60. Ashe 4; , Ire- Idel ' 43. Yadkin 43. Caldweil ih. Sur- jry 31. Cleveland 28. Alleghany 27, Catanoa 2 " , Avfr 24, Gastor 24, i kuthrrfonl 27. McDowell 22, Cabar- jrus 21. Anion 20. MiirheH 19. Yan- ' cy 10; making 664 from 19 counties jund the remainder from the other 47 ' counties. i The counties represented in the ' Voi-mal are situated in various parts ; of the stcte from Currituck to Hay- j wood. I Work on the campus in the way of leveling, fertiliiing, sowing grsas. improving fhe w. ' iiks and drives has been done recently. Several visitors have been at the normal, including Prof. Jone». head of Uie department of mathematics of Wake Forest CoHego; Mn.. T. E. P Johmwn. of tlie department of educa- » tton at Raleigh, who made a Ulk to the student body laM week, and Prof. Privet te. ASSEMBLY ALTERS NAME A. T. S. Fir»t Six ' WicUr. of the Spring Term Ends Saturday — Other School new As Reported by Our Regular Cor- respondent. j that he his .-.Imost rtrKaiii ' ; »cr strvDirfh and tik?n up his work in the practice !« :,■. and will eoae , to Boone to attend court a isa4l at thf next teiTO here, Mr, Ni iland hu been avalnablc member of thu board 1; of trusties of th,- Norn-al (or a nan- ber of years and is deeply intenwlcd in its work. ifr. Loiff says that Mr. [ tKewiandV conditiur. wouid indu-ate! 3t Jie_ls £ood for aa yoarx His ■ nviny fneiids here con«ratu1ate him. , . lin»ket ball galae at ihe .Normal ' on Saturday nijfht between the teami here and Che Ann-ric.Tn Legion team j y from .North Wilkesboro, which is con- jsjdcred one of tht- finest (tarn. .■ play. | c eii here, cteaMe.s-t and played in tha, ; finest .spirit. The jscore stood . " i. ' j u. J. ' ic f, vor ■ of the Normal team. J. M. DdW.S-UJL , The recent legislature adopted a new charter for the school here chan- ging: the name from the Appalachian Training School to the Appalachiaa State Normal School. Thi.s name of course, includes the Normal Depart- ment and the High School Depart- ment. It provides that the board of Trustees shall con.sist ' of nine mem- bers appointed by the governor of the .state. They are required to meet once each year. The act empowers the trustees to secure an endowment fund for the school to lend to wor- thy needy students, and that pro- ceeds from the electric power plant shall be applied to this fund. It also incorpK rateii all the property belong- ing to the school, making it unlaw- ful to fish or hunt or exerci. e any special privileges without written per- mission. Dr. Rankin and family went to Winthrop t e, Rock Hill . South ' niuliiu ii of i. ny|LaU«n M tkb 1 ' SCICNCC STUDEms The cienee studertti of the . ppa ' ■ laehian Slat,. Normal .Sehoo) under the inspjraiion .truf cutdanee of Misa !.edbv.tt ' r, th. .inn. t- teacher. Bietf ' Dee. 9, ly2. ' .. and orjcwitzed a science ' club. On Monday aftenio o) January; 18. the cub met and rendered their, " first pnirram; The cDeollBlcflt waaj perfect, every eiiiribie student batni; ' pitiu-nt. For devutiooal which was conduc- t«d by Mr. Itewey .Ma..t. II Tinv i:ir : r-i " Study to shew thy.ell ajiprovi d on to Gad a workman that ocedeth nut he a.shamcl, rilfbtly divid-nr th.. word of truth. " ' was Ure4. I Tb " fin ident of iho .lui-. Mr.! I vi T air.je ffnve an in;, r. -linK jol- drejtt .M.MTIK 1 AVl.liK Kdiloi- ■ INTERESTING D.4YS AT THE NORMAL It would be difficult to find mor» :ntcr )4ing day» for the t tudents than ' hv pa l few bavc been at the Nor- mal. To thoff« Kpi ' ciatly interested in thi ' enmvs as most are, it wa« • pk ' a ure to note that the Normal baa- kt ' iball team won over the Newland team by a good » :ort ' . Also quft a mimbvr of games betwctn the differ otit claiijies huvo been played to tb pioa.niie and amusement of many. Tin. " N ' otmal team went to Windon Saloro Saturday to play n t Hm thf re and came out second bert by a snutU per cent. Unu-sually attractive pT-ograma have been given «t the chapel period ' y two of the young ladies literary ' ocietios. These cricrcj c3 have been r ndered in such an alluring and with ill .0 impressive mariner that it would not be an easy nuitter tvr much ol- d(7r heads to surpass thtm with any degree of RuccesA. In faet the yoongr lai if. ' .-- displayed much skill, Kuch ease of manner, and such talent in the entire performance that the mo. -t a.v tute would be strongly impre.s (ed vith the fact that no ordinary talent is being developed in the.- younp and acti ' f! minds. Th(. ' programme in brief lor the Plan-I »uph. Society, a Spqciy of tii yoQiig Uidies of th iwa-: devotional by drick : a reading attr ed by Mis.1 Nan Stuai tette by Misses Ollie : F ' adgen. Lola Hardti Mackie. with Misa An] at the piano; several ed in most amnsing duet well rendered MrFadgen and Ollie The prog-ram by Chi- CalliopoSB Kulerpcan Society, the High School Society, wa« after devotional bu mi Katrina Wnitih a readi by Mifs OU Dot«o ' query: " Resolvf ' is more valu ' dec id I ' d in Vocal quar da, Lola ■ and Call ' . tomine. . nnu a I ' v Mi» Hardy ten U| wth « showed tho e ci Mrs, cher Ht D I odd, Sup% Home, vi it Mr. and Mrs. V Hnd Sunday, r lu, 1 1 Normal Heating Plant Is Valuable Asset Perhapa the MMt valuable m well ■• the mMt modern addition to I the cwpiu of the An»l«ehia« State jKwnanl k tht «M na hfmiitm »l ttt which hu nfceaUy bees CMipteted : by R. P. OeffeT. bvOdtaw tm »»m. f- ' a ;d wMch «te ereeted at a mm of « ore than «.«ML Ti • bstldfng - " f brick fmtnetkm aad Ucat .! ;ia« eaiK «f th site af the ok« l»oi«hartT »8L h k 4w%aa4 tm lb a rr i w Mgi i i tka «| thraa M . .jhoneiMmer bvllers. mm «r wUdh l» f Mw t« pfaK aad te aatkfaeterftr h«atja« fiT of th mala b«illta«i.Mi itht cmwpit . waraiiaf th water la jth gmimmAim paob aad sap of hai ■vatM ' t all the buildiciri. B - jiMea the prater part of the eooklaff the central diniiqE hall ia done from thia ptanL In acconptiahed. explains ! Mr. Coffey, tlwough a system of| ■teaos mains titat are earned to a emtral point of the campun in a ' lar e concrete tunnel, from which point the radiation is distrU uted to f I the individual buildtngi ' . The sya- jttai b difierent from tboae hereto I fore ased in that the steara a it ! condenseii is pipe i bacl to the boll j cr, thus saving the greater part of I the water. In thin 5amc building is housed a ■■ rcw electric unit develojring the ! same amount of electrical energy Rs |e I is produced at the hydro plant in |g use on New River. A switchboard the auxiliary plant allows the en- ; li In gineer to have complete control ofj " the fystem. Both plants may t e F operated -simultaneotisly or separate- ; t ' : as occasion demands. Thus there h tr.n be no danger of a shortage of t cuil«nt until the amount used by the H- 1 town and school is considerably « liwre than doubled. When there a y; steam on the boiler and there is a Oi shutdown at the Xew River plant, the change may be made instantly to the auxiliarv, and under any con- dition, it is pointed out, the town coutd not be out of powt-r for more than one hour. ti Another 200-hoit!cpower boiler In .- : vrM be installed this year, doubling j the healing capa tt of the plant, : f t j which now ; ' ates favorably with any in the state. THALIAN LITERARY SOCIRTY FALL QUARTHR Lucy Little Preside ni Frances Hinson Vice-President Martha Butner Recording Secretary Irene Dixon Corresponding Secretary Frances LathaN Treasurer Elizabeth Pratt Censor MOZELLE Spainhour Critic Mabon Dye Chaplain Eva Myers Door-Keeper Margaret Eury Chorister Vista Lawson . Puimst WINTER QUARTER Frances Hinson President Dorothy Holt Vice-President Margaret Eury Recording Secretary Anna Maud Hiri-: Corresponding Secretary Hazel Plaster Treasurer Ruth Epps Critic Hazel McDade Censor Irene Dixon . . Chaplain Mary Lipe . Chorister Sarah Leigh Armiteld I ' ianist Mary Lipe Ruth Epps Or A Suggs Catherine Styers Louise Leonard MozELLE Spainhour Anna Maud Hire Louise Michael Margaret Eury Lucy Little , SPRING QUARTER President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Ireasurer Critic Censor Chaplain Chorister Pianist THE 1937 RHODODENDRON MEMBERS Callie Abernathy Anna Lee Alexander Sarah Leigh Armfield lula atkins Sibyl Bagby Dorothene Baines Helen Baker Lucille Baker Kathleen Beach Annie Beard Betty Bostic EUPHA BOWiMAN Elsie Lee Brake Edna Bray WiLMA Bridges Evelyn Brown Mary Brown Beula Bryant May Bryant Rose Bryant Pauline Bunch Martha Butner Maude Anna Butner Lucille Campbell Laura Carson Madge Carter Margaret Collier JiMMiE Coulter Alberta Craft Hazel Craft Louise Cress Rosalie DeariMAn Mary Lou Dedmon Routh Dixon Gretchen Duncan Mabon Dye Stella Dye Lowell Ellis Ruth Epps Margaret Eury Mary Farthing Gladwyn Gabriel Martha Garner Marion Gilbert Helen Harrell Martha Harrill Carolyn Hayes Mary Lillian Haynes Elizabeth Heade Kathleen Helms Dorothy Herman Delma Hinsley Frances Hinson Annie Maude Hire Virginia Holland Vivian Holloway Dorothy Holt Francine Holt Mary Alice Hoover Eva Hopkins Sara Howard Louise Hudgins Mary Hudgins Maxine Hughes Ruth Huskins Julia Johnson Elizabeth Jones Jean Kelly Aline King Louise King Mary Ruth Lasley Frances Lathan Mildred Ledford Louise Leonard Rose Leonard Mary Lipe Lucy Little Lucille Lopp Maxine Loy Rebecca Mabe Bess Marsh Lucienne Massey Mary McCollum Mary McCurry Gladys McCurdy Hazel McDade Ellen McFall Annie Sue McGimsey Daisy Lee Meachem Louise Michael Betty Modlin Martha Monteith Mary E. Monteith Mabel Moore Mary Sue Moser Agnes Murphy Eva Myers Virginia Parrish Patty Pearson Jennie Peebles Lois Peeler Hazel Plaster Edith Pratt Mary Pratt Eunice Quinn Elizabeth Randle RuTisHA Rankin Martha Ritchie IVA Sale Beatrice Satterwhite Geraldine Setzer Norene Sharpe Lois Sides Helen Smith Mary Jane Snow Thelma Southard JUANITA SPAINHOUR MOZELLE SPAINHOUR Ruth Spry Edith Stinson Catherine Styers Ora Suggs Ruth Suggs Stella Tate Gladys Terry Lola Thomas Blanche Townsend Clatie Tussey Mary Lillian Watts Ethel Whisnant Rena White Argie Wilburn MUZETTE WiLKERSON Mary Alice Wilson THE 1937 RHODODENDF ' " " PHILA RETIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OF ' FICERS FALL QUAR Frances Huitt Ruth Shi-rwood Dorothy White Jessie Faker , - Clarine Duke , Pauline McCorki.e Lottie Austin Virginia Shive . Mabel Rhvne Ji ' ANiTA Putnam i ' acu PER , , Presulcryt Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Censor Cntii Chaplain Pianist Chorister Ity Rcpresenlatice SPRING TERM Dorothy White Polly Dougherty Virginia Shive Clarine Duke Vevette Wehunt President - Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Censor WINTER QUARTER Ella Thompson President Pauline McCorkLE Vice-President Rebecca Maye Warden Secretary BEULAH Reeves Treasurer Thelma Shepherd Censor Ruth Beaver Criiir Mary Hill Chaplain Geneva McKenzi e Pwmst MARGARET Lackey Chorister Elizabeth NEAL Doorkeeper MABEL RHYNE , . , Faculty Representative IVAH Marsh Critic Kathleen Morris Chaplain Leta Tester Piamst Virginia Beam Chorister LEAEYBELLE BLANTON Doorkeeper Ruth Sherwood Faculty Representative THE 1937 RHODODENDRON South Kelly VERNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS FALL QUARTER Virginia South President Myrtle Nance Vice-President NAOMI TRANTHAM . Recording Secretary Ruth Howard , . . Corresponding Secretary Gladys SIGMAN Treasurer Pearl York Chaplain Hazel Crissman Critic THEDUS EUDY Censor WINTER QUARTER Margaret Kelly President Naomi Brandon Vice-President Myrtle Nance , . Recording Secretary Margaret FIDLER Corresponding Sec ' ty. Stella TILLEY Treasurer HAZEL Crissman Chaplain Louise Quackenbush Catic Sue Burns Censor Margaret Fidler Willie Morrison Hazel Crissman Sarah Flinchum SPRING QUARTER President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Sec ' ty. Helen Holt Treasurer Bridie Parker , Chaplain Mrs. Cora Turner Censor Virginia South Critic JL JTli i 1937 P ODENDRON Williams DYNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS FALL QUARTER DAISY Williams President MARGARET WRAY Vice-President EDITH RUDISILL Secretary Elizabeth Sinclair Treasurer Irma Gabriel Censor WiLMA Barefoot Critic Mozelle Schuyler Chaplain Knox HEAFNER Chorister Elizabeth Miller Pianist WINTER QUARTER Nora Case President Nell McSWAIN Vice-President VANDA Whicker Secretary Irma Gabriel Treasurer Maisie Smith Chaplain Mary Helen MODLIN Chorister Martha FURCHESS Pianist Nell Curtis Critic Ruby Jo BALLEW Censor SPRING QUARTER Knox Heafner Martha Furchess Lucy Justice Mozelle Schuyler President . Vice-Preside nt Secretary Treasurer Nell McSwain ALICE Aaron Florence Hughes Geneva McManus Doris Bandy Chorister Critic Censor Chaplain Pianist THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Smith Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society OFFICERS FALL QUARTER Neil Hartley President MOIR Ayers Vice-President Lloyd HOBBS Secretary -Treasurer IRVIN Smith Chaplain iRviN Smith John Morris ERViN Smart MoiR Ayers WINTER QUARTER . . . Presiden t Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer Chaplain SPRING QUARTER Fred Lentz , President WiLLARD Bess Vice-President Paschal McLAURIN - Secretary-Treasurer Elmer Sinclair . Chaplain THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Anderson LU ' L KLANl) 1 v.. APPAl.ACHIAN LITERARY SOCIKTY OFFICHRS FALL QUARTER .lAMES Anderson President Paul TRIVETTE Vice-President JAMES Patterson Secretary-Treasurer J. O. WATERS Chaplain DWAVNE Thompson Censor Robert Killian . Cntu- RAY Coon Janitor Frank Killian Reporter Wheeler Farthing Asst. Secretary -Treas. WINTER TERM DWAVNE Thompson President Ray CLINE Vice-President Banks HeafNER Secretary-Treasurer Frank Killian Chaplain Ray Coon Censor ROSCOE BUCKLAND Critic Wheeler Farthing Reporter Paul TriVETTE . ylssr Secretary-Treasurer SPRING TERM ROSCOE BUCKLAND President JAMES Patterson Vice-President Robert Killian Secretary -Treasurer J. O. Waters Chaplain Wheeler Farthing JAMES Anderson Banks Heafner Frank Killian. Asst. Censor Critic Reporter Secretary -Treasurer 0 K 9f-4 ' ■J THE 1 ODO " i uRO •1 T Gilliam Cole Beaver Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society OFFICERS FALL QUARTER Harlon Gilliam Junius Beaver . . Vice-President Dale Norris Secretary WINTER QUARTER Junius Beaver President Harrell Stephens William Broadway - Vice-President Secretary SPRING QUARTER William Cole President Daniel Hoyle Vice-President A. D. Harrell . , Secretary THE 1937 RHODODENDRON DEBATING Uk. Kan kin IJR. Ahrams Mr. Wolfe Debating and other speech activities at the College are becoming increasingly prominent as a form of training unsurpassed in special study, practice in using the English language, and social contacts of the most refined character. During the year a total of seventy-eight debates have been held with repre- sentatives of other colleges: five orators have competed in inter-collegiate contests. In addition, extemporaneous and after dinner speakers have appeared on various occasions. Attendance at Winthrop College tournaments on two occasions has been delightful and profitable. Moreover the year has provided the second Annual Appalachian Mountain Speech Tournament and the permanence of the tourna- ment is assured, becoming one of the major events in speech activities for this region. Appalachian speakers competed in the Southeastern Tournament held in connection with the South Atlantic with brilliant success. With the organization of the Extemporaneous Club and the progressive projects in freshman oral English, speech activities at Appalachian show the greatest promise. WINNERS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN TOURNAMENT Problem Solving MARTHA BUTNl-R Thomas Wood Jennie Martin Stimulaling Group Discussion After Dinner Speaking Formulating Group Opinion Margaret Lackey Junius Beaver, 2nd Junius Bhavtr WINNERS IN THE NORTH CAROLINA FORENSIC AND SPEECH ASSOCIATION Women ' s Impromptu MARGARET LACKEY. 2nd Women ' s Extempore LUCILLE HARTLEY. 2nd Women ' s Oratory LUCILLE HARTLEY. 2nd Men ' s After Dinner JUNIUS BEAVER. 2nd THE 1937 RHODODENDRON DEBATING AND ORATORY MEMBERS Martha Butner Junius Beaver OLIVER Young Mildred Green Jennie Martin George Passage Lucille Hartley JuANiTA Putnam Phoebe Perry Robert Carico Neil Hartley Raiford Pate Margaret Lackey Dwayne Thompson MARY LIPE Daisy Williams Thomas Wood T. B. Huneycutt THE 1937 RHODODENDRON INTERNATIONAL RELA7IONS CLl B hmuL Hal Farthing Frances Hinson Wheeler Farthing Francine Holt JACK GiBBS Frances Huitt Marion Gilbert Robert Killian Louise Leonard Mary Lipe Lucy Little EnwARD Love Thomas Wood President Dwayne Thompson ' ice- President Virginia South Recurdiny Secretary MOZELLi; Spainhour Correspundinii Secretary Bernard Murdoch Treasurer Or. D. J. WlUTENHR Sponsor MEMBERS Junius Beaver Sue Burns Bill Cole Ruth epps Herman owhns Henry Shannon Eugene Wike Daisy Williams THE 1937 RHODODENDRON NATIONAL ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS — First Half of Year Frank Killian President IRVIN Smith Vice-President MARY LIPE Secretary -Treasurer Eugene Wike Representative OFFICERS — Second Half of Year Daniel Hoyle President DwAYNE Thompson Vice-President Nell McSwain Secretary -Treasurer Eugene Wike Representative Prof. w. m. Grubbs Sponsor JAMES Anderson Junius Beaver Bill Cole Wheeler Farthing Annie Maude Hire Ruth Howard Robert Killian Edward Love Ivah Marsh ROLL Paschal McLaurin Elizabeth Miller Mary Helen Modlin Fay sale IvA Sale Henry Shannon Mozelle Spainhour Vanda Whicker Margaret Wray THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Y. W. C. A. CABINET OIIICERS I.L ' tiLLK Wari-uk -. . President Clartne Di ' KE ' ice-President Makiha Butner „.. Secretary i)RA Case . Treasurer Ki LA Thompson Program Chairman IJaisv Williams _ Chorister I,V( Y l.iTTLE - Pianist IIatttf, Lf.e Costnkr Social Chairman jiMMiE CoL ' LTER .SVna Scrincc Chairman Kkancine Holt Publicity Chairman KriH Howard Student Volunteer Kranl KS Hri 11 Rcf orter ROLL Rlbv Jo Ballew Doris Bandy Frances Bodenmammer ErpHA Bowman Sara Bowman Kathryn Bracey Xeta Bridges Mary Frances Brown Jean Bichanan AziLE Burns Martha BtrrxER Maude Anna Bi ' tner Nora Case JlMMlE COSTNER Margaret Cowles Louise Cress Nelle Curtis Mary Lou Dedmon Diana De Lopp " i_ RiNE Duke Mauon Dye Hilda Eaker Christine Edens Ruth Epps Ruth Ervin .Margaret Eury Louise Fisher Sara Flinchum Martha Furchess Irma Cabriel L RION C.ilbert Sarah Hall Lucille Hartley Knox Heafner Kathleen Helms Delma Hensley Mary Hill Frances Hinson Annie Maud Hire ' iRi;iNiA Holland ' iviAN Holloway Dorothy Holt Francine Holt Eva Jones Hopkins Ruth Howard Carolyn Hudson Florence Hughes Frances Huitt Cora Ellen Ingram Julia Johnson Sadie Johnson Anne Jones Margaret Kelly Mildred Ledford Louise Leonard Rose Leonard Lucy Little Lucille Lopp I DELL Lowder . L XINE Lov IvAH Marsh Thelma Massey Pauline McCorkle Mary McCurry Hazkl McDade Sue McGimsey Thelma McKinney Helen McNeely Nell McSwain Daisy I-ee Meacham Elizahetii Miller Elizabeth Monteith M art h a Monteith Mabel Moore Kathleen Morris Willie Morrison Myrtle Nance Elizabeth Neal ' iR(;i NiA Nelson Keta Oliver Virginia Parrish Lucy Pearson Sara Perkins Anne Philips (mil F iiillips Pauli ne Pope ' era Rackley Agnes Rhyne Martha Ki i chie Edith Rudisill Hazel Saine Ruby Scronce Mozelle Schuyler (Jeraldine Setzer Thelma Shepherd Ruth Sherwood Alma Shoaf Lib Sinclair Maisie Smith Ruth Spoon Anne Stiles Cynthia Stiles Edith Stinson Catherine Styers Or A Suggs Mary Summey Pansy Talent Stella Tate (Iladys Terrv Lola Thomas Ella Thompson Clatie Tussev Lucille Upton Lucille Warlick Rena White Louise Wilkinson Daisy Williams . LiVRGARET WrAY THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS — Fall Quarter James Patterson President Vance McBride Vice-President Wheeler Farthing Secretary -Treasurer D. J. Whitener Sponsor NoRRls Counts OFFICERS — Winter Quarter Dale NORRIS President OREN Counts , , Vice-President ROSCOE BUCKLAND , Secretary-Treasurer Dr. D. J. Whitener Sponsor OFFICERS — Spring Quarter OREN Counts President Kyle Dickson Vice-President GwyN Sutherland Secretary-Treasurer Professor G. L. Sawyer ... Sponsor ROLL William Bandy roscoe buckland Dewey Bingham David Black Larry Chandler OREN Counts Kyle Dickson Robert Edwards Wheeler Farthing Howard Goodman Thomas Graybeal Richard Hamilton Ned Honeycutt Clifford Long Edward Love L. C. Maples William McNeill Dale Norris Fred Putnam James Patterson Lloyd Sandlin Karl Sawyer GwYN Sutherland DwAYNE Thompson Luther Todd rc I t fir 1 1% THE 1937 RHO )DEN U JS. J i.4 W HITE HALL. CLL B OFFICERS—f-irst Half OFFICERS— Second H.ill Helen Smith President Ann Jones President Hilda EAKER Vice-President VIVIAN HOLLOWAY Vice-President Anne BROWER Secretary -Treasurer NORINE SHARP Secretary-Treasurer Sil [fim . - ASHK COL NTY CLl B OFFICERS — First Hall William McNeill . Thomas Graybeal GwYN Sutherland OFFICERS — Second Half . . . President THOMAS GRAYBEAL President Vice-President JOSEPHINE ROBINSON Vice-President Secretary ELEANOR BAKER Secretary THE 1937 RHODODENDRON NEW DORMITORY CLUB OFFICERS FIRST HALF Ella Thompson _ President Virginia Shives Vice-President IVAH Marsh Secretary and Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND HALF Virginia Shives President Lucy Justice Vice-President Helen Baker Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS Gladys Blakely Fa YE MOOKE Geraldine Deaver Daisy Lee Meacham Nina Jones Ruby Jo Ballew Dorothy White Dorothy Herman Gail Phillips Aline King Clarine Duke Margaret Eury Elizabeth Sinclair Kathleen Porter AEartha Harrill Lltcille Hartley Jaunita Dickerson Rebecca Maye Warden Martha Butner Louise Leonard Ella Thompson Nora Case Lucille Warlick Ruth Beaver HiLMA Pierce Eupha Bowman Catherine Styers Louise Jones Pauline Bunch Knox Heafner Annie Beard Ruth Sherwood Frances Huitt Thelma Massey MozELL Schuyler Hazel Taylor Evelyn Farmer LuLA McLamb Argie Wilburn Margaret Wray Alyce Arran Ivah Marsh Lucy Justice Annie Maud Hire Annie Sue McGimsey Xell McSwain IvA Sale P ' av Sale Jean Bass Ruth Epps Lucy Little RuTisHA Rankin I-ois Sides Myrle Bolick Louise Johnson Mary Alice Wilson THE 1937 RHODODENDRON FRENCH CLUB Ot FlCERS Mrs. Van HiNSON Sponsor Neil Hartley President Virginia Beam Secretary Jean Bass. Kathi.kf.n Bkach. Virgi.nia Ukam. I.h.i.ik Kith Blaylock, Marv Bost. Willma Bridges, IIoRTE.vsE Brown, .Martha Bvtner, .Margaret Coi.i.ikr. Juanita Dukersos, .Maurice Dobbins, Gretciien I)l ' NCAN. Robert Kdwariis. Rvrn Errs. Dorothy Farthini., Wheeler Farthing, Louise Fisher, Mrs. Frank Ha.virick, N ' eii. Hartley, Delene IIexsi.ey, Muriel Ilom-SON, (Iertruhe (Iraybeal, Helen Holt, Francis Hi-itt, ri.iFFOBi Long. Opal Lowe, Li-cienne Massey, Lawson .Matheus, Ellen McLall, Thelma .McKlNNEY, LULA .Mcl.A.MB. EvELYN .MlLLER. InEZ MoORE, AnPRE XaDEAU, DaLE . oRRIS, .MyRTLE XoRTON, ilERMAN Owens, Bernice Rally, Geraluine Redding. Odessa Richardson, .Martha Ritchie, Josephine RoniNSON. Ruth Sherwood. Louise Shoae. T. B. Huneycutt, Ruth Spoon. Dwayne Thompson. Vanda Whicker, Louise Wilkinson. Daisy Williams. .Mozelle Spainhour, Aileen Perry, Cynthia Stiles, KvTHLEEN Morris, M. B. Barber. Lucille Hartley. ' irginia South. LOVILL CLUB C v " ODOL x,x..vON HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ROLL Louise Jones, Elizabeth Randle. " Jack " Sullivan. Nora Craig. Maude Anna BUTNER. Catherine Stvers. Ailene King. Christine Edens. Gail Phillips. Pauline pfV Bunch. Clatie Tussev. Annie Lou Tho.mpson. Sadie Martin. Virginia Beam. Lelia In Ayers. Pauline Webb. Pansy Talent. Mable Rhyne. Ruth Beaver. Knox Heafner, Frances Huitt. Delia White Douglas. Gl, dys Sigman. Nora Case. Miss Dale. ■ E k. JUNIOR MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE Dewey BINGHA.M President Edwin Carter Vice-President Betty BOSTIC Secretary ROLL Hazel Gainey. Lelia Ayers. L. C. Maples. C. R. Brown. Roscoe Buckland, GWYN Sutherland. Tho.mas Graybeal. J. R. Henderson. Lloyd Sandlin Kenneth L. Johnson. Ruby Osbourne. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON T ' h ' o Appalachian Playora ITt o r s present ' tH£ impatience of JOS A 3-Act ConoCy by Paulino Phelps A: Marion Short Hojno Conine College Auditoriun October 10, 1936 Curtain 8:15 Fourth Season ' liio Appalachian Playcraftc . present THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNES A Trivial Concdy for Serious People by tscar liildo Collc-c Auditoriur,: Saturday, January 2, Curtain at 8:15 PLAYCRAFTERS OFFICERS Antonius Antonakos Katharinh Harwfll NniL Hartley LUC ' LLE WARLICK MARION Gilbert Director . Assistant Director President , , , Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer APPRENTICES Dora Alexander Daisy Austin KrTH Beaver Alma Beck Ki ' pHA Bowman Beulah Bryant Jackie Carico Wayne Church Lalla Clav Louise Cress Kyle Dickson M RTMA Kl-RCMESS Marcarkt El ' RY iLAn vvN (Iaiiriel Don (Iaffnky LlTTLLK HARTt.EV Rl ' TlI Ho VARf Jn.iA Johnson Annabetii Jones M ARi-.ARET Lackey Rose Leonard (l.l FEORI) I.ONr, Li ' iLLK Lorp (iKNRVA Mackenzie Jennie Martin Nell McSwain Daisy Lee Meachan Kli aiii:th M illkr BkRNARU Ml ' RKOCK Reta Oliver I iioEBE Perry JUANITA Pl ' TNAM Fred Self ThELMA SlIEI ' llERn Lois Smith Billv Snow Clatie TrssF.v Carv Westmoreland Vasda Whicker Ktiiel Whisnant CRAFTSMEN Alyce Aaron Lillian Abrams lRGINIA Be. m Hazel Beaver Dewev Bingham Mae Bryant Martha Butner Laura Carson Hattie Lee Costner TiMMiE Coulter Irene Dickson Harlon Gilliam Mildred Green ALartha Harrill Knox Heafner Annie L UDE Hire Dan Hoyle Frances Huitt T. B. Huxeycutt Frank K ill: an Fred Lentz TllELMA Massev Sam McCracken Kathleen Morris James Patterson Ivan Pearson Lucy Pearson Gail Phillips James Reece Ruth Sherwood Alma Shoaf Elizabeth Sinclair MOZELLE SPAINHOUR Frances Walker Daisy Williams L RCARET WrAY MASTER CRAFTSMEN CANDIDATES Kathleen Anderson Edna Bray Ruth Epps Dorothy Herman LrcY Little MAS! ER CRAFTSMEN Nicholas Antonakos Gus Antonakos moir avres Clarine Duke Marion Gilbert Neil Hartley Katharine Harwell Francine Holt Henry Shannon Luther Todd Lucille Warlick Dorothy White APPALACHIAN GLEE CLl B Virginia Wary Director Lucy Liitle President Daisy Williams Vice-President T. B. HUNKYCUTT Secretary Mom AYERS Treasurer ARGIE WlLBURN Librarian Jack Gibbs Reporter Lala Clay Bahnson Greenwood Collectors Kate stroupe Ruth Epps Pianists Little huneycutt Sponsors: LILLIAN ABRAMS, LELIA AYERS, LALA CLAY, LOUISE CRESS. GERALDINE Deaver. Ruth Epps. Tina Harmon. Julia Johnson. Mary Lipe. Lucy Little. Reta Oliver. Kathleen Morris. Anne Stiles. Daisy Williams. Argie Wilburn; Alius: SELMA Anderson. Margaret Eury. Helen Gragg. Mary Helen Greene. Lucille HARTLEY. Rachel Reader. Leta Tester. Eugenia Vernon. Ethel Whisnant. Mildred Barger: Tenors: MoiR AYERS. David Black. Bob Elliott. Leonard Eury. JACK GIBBS. Frances Gunter. T. B. Huneycutt. J. C. Hawkins. Edward Lovill. Glenn Trout. John Von Cannon. James Wall; Basses: Dewey Bingham. William McNeill Dale Norris. Allan Norton. Howard Good.man. Bahnson Greenwood. EccLEs Wall. Neil Hartley. THE 1937 RHODODENDRON ■T3 !»« -U„ BOB ELLIOTT ASST. BUSINESS MQR. WHEELER FARTHING ASST ATHLETIC EDITOR ELLA THOMPSO N ADVERTIiINo MANAGER THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Support the Societies By Buying Youi ' Annual Proofs HAVE VOf BOICHT voi:r kditiov ok alvmvi macazink- be Eppalacbian tIAVK VOL ' BOtCHT I ' OIH rrOITION OF DEBATING SQU4D HAS MEETS WITH THREE COLLECES et ' CENb WIKE _ _ _ EDITOR-IN CHIEF tiM tr.l p trrt SORMAN CHADWICK ALUMNI EorroR rM IV Excavating B «ia. FORENSIC KVENT " TZ l— ., ... r -.. : ■z::z :rjr::::f For Ei«tric unii BEING ARRANGED ' Z. 1 ' L LtZ " " " ' " -! - a «t M»r. " " • " ■ " - ' ™ c B»» i { L c. OBKEK IMPROVED i ii». H..rh M n I Wf »« rer. ' .ulMiM N»» ' »■ ' »• Cb».« prof™™ ia-i m (.r«r.i ' i. Alumni Review I« Being Circulated ORGANIZED HERE _,. ,„„ .i rii. ... ™w. -li-drnK Uks ' " ' IlrM ' dl ' 4 I " TlitBI -ritt CelUcr Sludriiu fortwr llnldnit OrnaBiic Troop «l litButt ud t £ ' " ' " " College Glee Cluh Presents j:r?A: " t„r " " " " " " ' ' :r;r.X,rirr:«rtX operetta " South inSonora " THE 1937 RHODODENDRON Prof. D. T). IJouijhPrty. wlio hs j " ?! for five " months b«en w irinff » U f- j " ins Sht urairul a maUdy that if ut ■ the prt nt 4 makinj: »uch Ur e ■ inroads into human Ufr— hrart Jw- eas« — succumbed to th« maiadjr Monday afUrnoon at G o ' clock. It has t en roy good fortune to j Intimately know him for lon years, jbl and for a nomber of yran to be a - 1 hi •ociyted with him in the school ' ' ! r I of our county. {■ prof. Dougherty was one of the j | few WaUuya boy of his early d»y» t whose ifood fortune ft ua to go t i ' college. He and hi« brother. Dr. B. B. Dougherty, president of the Appa- lachian Sute Teachers ' College, aft- er a Jonp and difficult ittruggle for an education, returned to their na- tive county and vith an indotninabl ■ will and faith three tht-mseUes mto the taak of building a school for vh i bo -» and girU of the mounUina. To i this task. Prof. lUugherty gave hi [ life. To write of this would be to} write the history of the Rrowth and wl development vi the Appalachian j ■ Stale Teachers ' Colleff . one of the. state ' s greateat educational institu-j I tion». I ! Every gxeut man pos esara some outstanding: , char acteiiMic that I i NOTED EDUCATOR SAYS BOONE HAS LED LN PROGRESS Or. E. C. Broobi of St«t« CoHcfc, Who I Vacalioning Hrre, Smj» Watauga MctropQJi l Mokt Pro- «rMtive City. )i AccompaDied bj- Dr. Fou.t of N. C. C. W. Recall. Firai Vivita to Boone. Xo tornr in the Sute of North Carolna ha? shawn such remarkable improvements within the past decade aa has Boone, in the opinion of Dr. K. C- Brooks, president of State Col- lege, who in company with Dr. J, I. Foust, head of N. C. C. W.. is spend- ing ihis week as a guest at the Dan- iel Boone H jtcl Dr. Brooks has been making regu- lar visiis to Boone for the part twen- ty-five years, and has watched the growth of the mountain village with keen intere t, and expresacs gratifi- cation that its people have kept it in the forefront of the procssiioa of progres. in the State of Nor h Caro- lina. He was chairman of the board of trustees of the Appalachian Training School four years, long be- fore its entry into the colUge field was envisioned, and ai istt-d in plan- ni ng the enlarged building piograni 1 for the institution. Uv was hore fre- ! qucntly conferring with the D ugh- ' crty brothers relative to their institu- 1 lion ' s need ' duiing ll ly and 1920. and lauds thvsc mountain educator? for the work they have done. Dr. ' Dougherty stftite,] the movement I which developed Xorthw ' cstorn North ' rarolina. he said. Dr. Brooks recfttled hia first visit (0 Boone when, in cnmpany with (nivernoi- Newland of Lenoir, he ■tk-wlng Koc iv Bill Passed By Changes Name of Local In»litu- lion and Empowers it to Confer Degrees The following bill, introduced in the senate by Senator Blue and pass- ed by the recent session of the gen- eral assembly, changes the ttame of the Appalachian State Normal School to " Appalachian State Teach- ers ' College " and empowers the faculty to confer such degrees »s are usually conferred by similiar institutions in America ' which In effect makes it a four-year accredit- ed college: The General Assembly of North Carolina da enact. Sct-Ja Jhal k tcr ' ■ Bd ct ach ««rk. i the nev , ' thcr directors will give ome uni - •i athleticft, and the college wiU fea- lire a course Itading to the B. S. dv- Ti- ' v desiijne ! for th- : Uin-her who wish » -u-nal directors of ath- ii - uill qualify the ; ■: th - rioss A high i " viience. . ' " k, holder o: " u im Georife ■y. is a new tn- :- jti-i liotany. Prof. ■: hit- returned from a i ■ . I i. ' iuiUi-d him for .: ' owjtnl hij? d(jclt rV 1 • .» IVof. Vsii C. I- -ii M!t :he pa. t suro- .; m iib.isit.H. . ' »iluiatiMi ha: bccB I i-nnari Kggei , hatd r | ■ ilegrvv frora IVa- ' tv«n»» Kutable work ii i i:i!k.-i H..tritt of South . umUr lh«- dire.-li.Mt of Di 1. r (.( ( .!ii»n» ia I ' nivtfrsiti I .. K ...... V ..... . il V f t ;tr«.I.om.- Oriht- ira (o Con isi (tf 12 Vivcc : CoIlcBf Bund til Include l(! Members. ' ■ ' -■ jr.iilrip nrxl week, Frf Mif . ,-( ar.(i his Caru Lx me« orchcittra : tsrl playing U. tht central dJn- ; t; JiaJl o. ' Ap;-ulichinTi Stnte Ti ' och- »r:- Collegf, il was onnotinced by Mr. P B Dougherty, buat. ' mw manago.-- cf the college. Tlili announcement will no doubt be received with jruper- fnttiuslasm by yic Appalachian itu- t nta, since there hit t ifrn »ome uoubt as to ' vhethcr tJiew .imslctJins , would be able to p5ay for mt-atu The t peiTTiancncy of thia progrey«lve step. , accortling to autJtorlttea. depends en- I tirely upon the reaction of th stu- jdent body: thus It is expected that ! every ftudent will cooperate in ordee to make tt a succesafu! one. , Tftt tiK-elTe-plece orchestra. pUyi igr [ rhythmic tunes and popular «el«c- j tiOTu, wfU include the following mem- ber and Instruments: Freddie V.oore. | ir»t Mxophone; Bliir.« Gtbbfi, »ec- iorwl saxophone; Bill Kester. third saxophone : Bob Spnttt, fourth nex y- I phone (all «axophuni players will jdouble on cJartnet); Johiiry Thomp- ■ »on, lln trumpet «nd iroinlX ' ;te; 1, • Jimmy Anthony, second trumpet; [n Bob EUiott. ' .hird trurapcl: A Ro er- ,. son. second trombor ; Jack Gibt s. % toiio; Warren Mitchell, piano; Opie .. ' Shelton. bAAS. and W.n.lat Wlaon, ,.4Sl-ARV16 J.M.DOWNUM GIVES NEW THEORY ' »« — o T.tor of Atlronomj A.er. I ' ' t C.riUlion I. S...i El.Mri.. . ' Brili( Soond Proof, to Till. y, Nrt SU»I on N.tiir.l L. .. I By J M. DOWNUM (fml-M.o ' of A.lronomy Xrx! ' »re " " " ■ , sow? » f whir ' EJng true. » ' and still )h at «!l •09 a ' !t ir. the ! ut, pr«tat k t i!Oi. probable reai ;. c£ fffsvitat ' .on sno itisH. Tile Mtroiicroera . sjvy Ant, tbtre nxttto In » ' atatltii ; olt QUEEN OF MAY JEAN BUCHANAN laid of Honor ai i Ji attendants — 1 37 IvAH Marsh Elizabeth Sinclair Ruby Jo Ballew Martha Ritchie Lucille Warlick Louise Leonard Myrtle Nance Reta Oliver Vanda Whicker Anne Jones APPALACHIAN MAY DAY, 1936 lutL " 7 SMiss oAppalachian iMr. oAppalachian C line yattltiiti iMost l opular " Boy II J naene iMost " Valuable Lize 7 11 ' I nonius I i ocd losl Intellectual .= -Z V tc III ij L k I te ' The ' Jihododendron K atlietLHe L, umppcLL The oAppalachian ' The Appalachian " 7, Senior C ' s Cii tJ on (1 cy Junior Class Sophomore Cl ' iss J on Freshman (Uass ADS Never have icy barriers be- tween you. T. B. . . . There must be a man somewhere or you wouldn ' t be posing so . . . You must have a gregarious in- stinct . . . Those four roaming Romeos. newspaper men. etc. . . . We bet each of you are holding five aces . . . We ju.st wonder what you could be fishing for . . . You had better watch out. Sadie, or he will box your ears . . . Ralph. you remind us of the Collosus of Rhoades . . . Girls, always know what you are diving for . . . We ' ll be there in a minute . . . You just can ' I get away from the old farm, can you . . . Don ' t get " cold feet. " Grant . . . Just two " Profs " on a holi- day . . . You may be managing a sec- ond Tilden or Vines, so look more cheerful . . . If the rest of us could only get that smile! . . . Since you welcome us we ' ll be right in . . . mv You must have eaten spinach to be able to manage so many . . . We can ' t make everything out but we guess it is all right . . . Edith, how does it feel to be so close to Daniel Boonei ' . . . We know you haven ' t studied or you couldn ' t sleep so peace- fully . . . The three stars look as if they are ready to start on a rampage . . . Watch out girls ' cause he is the " acid test. " . . . Make it a love set. Karl . . . Don ' t " high hat " us because you are on top of the world . . . A pleasant week-end. we hope . . . A photographer just asked me who you were. May . . . Just " Stuff " and " Stuff " . . . We know It hurts but it will make a man of you . . . We ' re glad you warned us . . . Watch out for bears or ele- phants . . . A reminder of last year but we ' ll be doing the same thing soon. i yfuyi o a -f J ' -Av-cx J A tuct . M ' ' ma- j;ZXc a x. -« ' -•a - J■ i:t .OL »u iJ V- -w«- J - e h , ' K-6. A - d - £- , - _ All 1 1 . c:hi :Rs CQiLnci c:c)rn ' [;r or coli rci- and i.ocusi BOONE. 5rT. •i c 0t,.- y - — ' 5 ♦-r■ L • ' tc S- ' W -jru y,, Oicned and Operated by the College for Your Convenience Jt- m BELK-WHITE COMPANY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE IN WATAUGA COUNTY We 5e r or Less Appalachian State Teachers College Boone, North Carolina Devoted Exclusively to Teacher Training for Public Education in the South FULL SUMMER QUARTER EAT 7 DELICIOUS ; 7 PET ICE CREAM : 1 A Health Food Pet Dairy Products Colli pany » It CdMPLIMENTS. OF Carolina Pharmacy The Drug Store of Service and Reliability y. COMPLIMENTS OF •Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire AND RUDEMAR BEAUTY SHOPPE (Over 5 and 100 Stored Phone 91 WATAUGA DEMOCRAT SINCE 1888 THE PASTIMIt THEATRE The Place of Good ShoiUfi BOONE. N. C. ' ' ( Watauga Counts Bank BOONE, N. C. A Complete Banking Service " $5,000 Deposits Guaranteed For Each Depositor. " Bermar ' s Jewelry Store B. W. Stallings. Prop. Official Time Inspector for The College College Rings — I. R. C. Pins Watch Repairing COMPLIMENTS OF Spainhour ' s, Inc. Boone ' s Leading Department Store Always Backing A. S. T. C. .S - - " - Compliments of New River Light and Power Company " " - ' " " ' COMPLIMENTS OF Farmer ' s Hardware and Supply Go. BOONE. N. C. PHONE 1-J COMPLIMENTS OF BOONE DRUG GOMPANY The Rexall Store BoONE. N. C. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS " SUNBEAM " AIR-CONDITIONING EUSTIS P. LflNCflSTER.JR. BUILDING - SPECIALTIES ENGINEERING -SALES - SERVICE- CONTRACTING ▼ Johnson Citu. Tennessee JOHN B STEELE. Associate Telephone 364-J Hickory. North Carolina ROLSCREENS VENETIAN BLINDS TILE TEX FLOORING COMPLIMENTS OF NOLAND COMPANY Incorporated Wholesale Plumbing, Heating and Mill Sufyfylies WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Johnson Stuart Company the five and ten BOONE, N. C. COMPl.lMbNTS OI Danikl Boone Hotei BOONE. N C In ihf heart ut ihv niuLintains on The Blue Ridge Highivay. " Walker ' s Jewelry Store (NEAR THEATRE) " The Store that Gives Everyone a Square Deal " -Every Repair Job Guaranteed — GIVE US A TRIAL Boiul Yourself Back to Health Enjoy Clean. Healthy, and Vigorous Indoor Sport. NEW ALLEYS EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT Weekly Prizes for Men Boone Recreation Parlor George S. Walton, Mgr. COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK M. PAYNE Security Life and Trust Company Office — Watauga County Bank Building BOONE, N. C. DANIEL BOONE SHOE SHOP The Central Barber Shop Jerry H. Wilson. Mgr. Special Consideration to Students of A. S. T. C. COMPLIMENTS OF Hodges Tire Company Wholesale and Retail TIRES— PARTS— ACCESSORIES Distributor of Purol Products Good Year Phone 108 Boone. N. C. Compliments of Carolina Cafe and Hotel Catering to Local and Transient Trade GRADE " A " CAFE Phone 9106 Melton Young. Mgr. ' M. ' ,s Thrifty to Dnce a Ford WATCH THE GO BY Boone Motor Sales, Inc. PHONE 22 CREST 5-10-25C STORES .4 the " Little Things " You Need In A " Big Way " Keep up with the Progression of Appalachian State Teachers College SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE SUMMER SCHOOL PAPER 60 cents for Two Terms SEE Gene Wike. Editor PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE RHODODENDRON W. Lee " Waters STUDIO References Furnished Samples Submitted LEXINGTON. N. C. 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