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EX LIBRIS PRESENTING FOR THE SENI APPALACHIAN STATE urn BOONE TEACHERS COLLEGE NORTH CAROLINA V I ' W WILLIAM AMOS ABRAMS APPALACHIAN DEDICATION To a man whose enthusiasm for teaching is so pronounced, whose influence on his fellows and students so infinite, and whose everlasting interests in the forwarding of Appalachian so great, is this, the sixteenth volume of The Rhododendron, dedicated. In the years to come, Doctor Abrams, we hope that this book will serve as a pleasant reminder of our associations, and that in some measure it will show our appreciation of your services to us. STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE FOREWORD The drama of yesterday, the glorious literature of the past is ours today. We laugh, cry, love, hate, connive, and disparage with the actors. Their lines are ours. Realizing the vastness of the dramatic field we considered it unwise to limit the scope to a particular author; rather, we have selected for our theme the most colorful dramatic period of each of five different countries; attempt- ing to depict for you something of the type characters, their cos- tumes and manners. In the later years of your life we feel that you will finger these pages in solemn retrospect, and view with inexorable pride your role on this campus. Then, and only then, will the fullest meaning of this milestone in your life be revealed. THE PAGEANT CONTENTS BOOK I. The stage, its properties, plus the directors, gives evidence of dramatic activity. Fittingly, this book is the — COLLEGE. BOOK II. Apprentices, script- holders, understudies, and artists — alpha and omega — all in this book — The CLASSES. BOOK III. Fire, color, flash, blood, brawn, poise, tenacity and beauty epitomize our dramatic situation — ATHLETICS. BOOK IV. Sidelines, opportunities, yes — and individual expression mark the potential actor. Pooled ideas develop new slants — in ACTIVITIES. BOOK V. The cast honors its great — chooses loveliness and charm, laughs at life, and goes shopping — in FEATURES. OF THE DRAMA + + + OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY Copyright 1938 JACK H. GIBBS Editor ROBERT N. ELLIOTT. JR. Business Manager ENGLISH ELIZABETHAI ± m % V: : % THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING THE LIBRARY BLAN DOLF HALL SNOW SCENE k THE COLUMNS WITCHES OF MACBETH FACULTY m B. B. DOUGHERTY B.S.. Ph.B.. D.Litt. President J. D. Rankin. A.B.. A.M , S.T.D. Dean — English Herman R. Eggers. A.B.. AM Education J. M. DODNUM, A.B. Registrar Chapell Wilson. A.B., A.M. Director Demonstration Schools Wiley Smith. A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. Psychology Zed H. Burns. B.S.. M.S.. D.Ed. Education Van Hinson. A.B.. M.Ed. Education E. S. CHRISTENBURY. A.B.. M.A. Principal — High School John Howell, B.S. Principal — Elementary School Miss Carolyn Weaver. B.S.. M.A. Primary Education Miss Jennie Todd, B. S. Supervisor of Women — Penmanship Mrs. Lillie B. Hardin Matron Mrs. Viola Odell Matron V Amos ABRAMS. A.B.. AM Ph.D English Miss Meta Liles, A.B.. M A English GRAYDON P. EGGERS, A.B.. M.A. nglish ft i Green English S. Philip Colehour, A.B.. A M Enulish Homer k Compton, b.m. Voice Miss VIRGINIA WARY, B M. Music Miss Katharine Harwi i i . B s Art Mrs. Van Hinson. A.B.. A.M. French Mrs. Emma H. Moori; Librarian I EONARD M KY. A B., B.S in I S Librarian Miss ai i ii Austin. B.S. Librai ian Miss Louise Mooki- Library Science D. J. Whitener, A.B.. A.M.. PhD History and Government J. Harold Wolfe. A.B . A.M.. Ph.D. History and Sociology W. M. Grubbs. B.A.. M.A.. Economics and Government Vance Howell. B.A . A.M. History J. A. Williams. A.B.. A.M. Geography Julian C. Yoder, B.S Geography F. E. War.MAN. B.S.. A.M., B.D , D.D. History G. L. SAWYER, A.B.. A.M. History ANTONIOS ANTONAKOS. B.S.. M.S. Physics Miss Maude Cathcart, B.S.. A.M. Biology Miss Ida Belle Ledbetter, A.B.. A.M. Biology Mrs. Virginia Dare Strother. B.S Biology A. R. Smith, A.B.. A.M. Chemistry J. T. C. Wright. a.B.. a m Mathematics Starr n. Stacy. B.S. Mathematics Miss Lily Dale, B.S.. A.M. Home Economics Miss Agnes Patrick, B.S. Dietitian Barnard Dougherty, B S. Business Manager Pierce O. Bki wi r, A.B. Athletic Direilur Fi hi ie Stewart, a B Assistant Athletic Directoi EUGl M GARB1 E, B.S M A Physii ,d I dw ation R V W ' ATKINs. A B M A Physical Education Mrs. Win iam m matheson, b.s.. ma. Physical Education Miss I HlKsA STEED, IIS MA. Physical Education Mrs. d. c. Redmond Secretaru fo s;l (rur Miss Mary Williams, B S. Secretary to Business Manager SEVENTEENTH CENTURY FRENCH Wearc . e e - ffev. . .$ $£ MARTINE SENIORS Dwayne Thompson President Lucy Little Vice-President Nell McSwain Secretary Ray Cline Treasurer J -JIC j .S GRANT DAI I ASH] I Y BOONF. N. C. S ience and History Biology I aboi at m j Assistant (4). ETTA LUCILLE ALLEY ( rAWBA, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, -, .(, 4,); White Hall (lull (I. _ ' . . . 1 1 ; Lutheran Cluli i I. J. .;, 4). Secretarj (3); V. W. C. A. (2, 4); Playcrafters (1, 4); Catawba Countj Chili (1). SALLIE GREEN ALLISON Horse Shoe, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Weaver College (I. 2); Dynician Literary S i- I S, 1 1. Censor (3); V. W. ( ' . A. (. . 4i; Junior Marshal (3); Rutherford Cleveland County Club (3); Junior Minis- terial Alliance (4); Methodist Club id. DIXIE ALLRED HAMPTONVILLH. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Societ] it), New Dormi Club M); Pfeiffei College (I. J); E. ( ' . T. C. (3). ROVIH JONES ANGELL Harmony. N. C. Physical Educat ion and History Football 1 1. J. I, 4). Captain in. Basket- ball il. 2, 3), Co Captain (3); " A " Club (I. - ' . .(. 4 1 ; Alpha Simula Gamma (1. 2); Track il. 2); Physical Education Majoi (lull (1. . ,i. 4 I. Page Twenty-eight MARY KATHLEEN ANDERSON Piney Creek, N. C. French and English Playcrafters (1, 2, 3, 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Creative Eng- lish Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (3, 4); Young: Women ' s Missionary Circle (J, 3); Forensic Club (4), Treasurer (4). SELMA WILSON ANDERSON Tarboro, N. C. Primary Education Glee Club (3). SARA LEIGH ARMFIELD Winston-Salem, n. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Pian- ist (3); Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Trio (2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2), Junior Cabinet (2); White Hall Club (2, 4), Chairman Program (4); New Dormitory Club (3); Plavcrafters (3). JEAN BASS MARSHVILLE, N. C. Physical Education and French Wingate College (1, 2); Phila Retian Lit- erary Society (3, 4), Secretary (4); Physi- cal Education Major Club (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (3. 4); Le Cercle Francais (3, 4); Basketball (3. 4); Y. W. C. A ( i 4 ' . Marshal (3). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT HENRY ALFRED BEST Bessemer City. N. C. History and English Scout Troop (3); Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2); Gaston County Club (3, 4 1, President (4); Playcrafters (4): History Major Club (4). Page Twenty-nine 1XEICZ)I THOMAS RAY CI IM I INCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Alpha Lambda Sigma i. I), Vice- President (3), President (4); Lincoln County C]u! il. 2); Tennis Managei I ; I Circulation Managei Vhc IppQ VIRGINIA FRANCIS IM AM Chi-rrvvilli:. N. C. English and French Phila Retian Literary Society (I, _ , . 4), Pi esident (4), Choristei (3) j Playcraftei (3, 4): " D. R. V. " (. ) ; Home Ecom mi - (lull i,!. 4i. Secretary (3), Critic in. Re- porter (ii; Le i ' rcle I i ancais C2, 3, 4 1, Secretary (3); Gaston County Club . . 4t. ii . President ill; Lovill Club 1 1 1 : New Dormitory Club i- ' . 3, 4 . RU TH CAROLE BEASI I Y Pilot Mountain, n. C. Physical Education and History Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4); Intra Mural Ath- letics il, 2, . . 4); Dynician Literary So ciety ( 1. - ' . 3, 4i; New Dormitorj Club I J. .;. 4); White I lull Club lli; Physical Edu- cation Majoi Club i 1. 2, i. 4), Vice Presi dent i- ' i; Girls " A " Club (I. - ' . . . 4); Social Science Cluli Hi; Y. W. C A (1, J. 4). RUTH DARE BEAV1 R Be;ar Poplar, N. C. Primary Education rinl.i Rt-ti. ' in l.itrraiv SiK-ictv II. J, ,1, ii. Critic i- ' i. SecreUry (3): White Hull Club Mi. New Dormitorj Club (2, :. 4i ; Home Economics Club (3, 4), Secretary C4), ice Presidenl i4i; I.. S. A. ( 1. 2, ;. »i , Y. W. ( ' . A. il. 2, ;. 1 1 . Honorary Hoi k. Team (1, 2); Playcrafters (I, - ' . . 4); Rowan County Club I I I ROSCOE VERNE BUCKLAND Covington, Va History and Science Berea College I i : Alderson-Broddons (2); Alpha Lambda Sigma (3, 0. Presi dent (3); International Relations Dub Mi National Economics Club C4) ; Y, M I A i ' , it. Seci etary and Treasurei I . ; I , Presi dent (4) ; Junior Ministerial Allianci : 1 1 , President (4) ; Scouters Training Corp! i I, ii. Assistant Scout Master (3), Neigh liorh I Commissioner (4) ; Social Science Club (4); Creative English Club (3, ) Page Thirty EDNA BEATRICE BINGHAM Boone, N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics Physical Education Major Club (1, 2. 3, 4i : Ministerial Alliance (41; Methodist Chili (1, 2, 3, 4); Methodist Junior Choir (1. 2, . ' . 4 1. LELIA EVELYN BLACKWELL RUFF1N. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2. 4); Methodist Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Playcrafters (1, 2, 41. GLADYS ELIZABETH BLAKELEY Cornelius. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Yernician Literary Society (1, 2. . . 4), Corresponding Secretary (3), Secretary (2); Loyill Club (1. 2); Xew Dormitory Club (3, 41; Methodist Club (1. 21: Y. W. C. A. ( I . J i . MYRLE GILMERE BOLICK Lenoir, N. C. Primary Education Rutherford College (1); White Hall Club (2); Xew Dormitory Club (3, 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (4); Junior Minis- terial Alliance (4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ROGER COLLINS Waxhaw. N. C. French and English Wingate College (1. 2). Page Thirty-one : T Jl I CD I=R _ DANIEL WADE CRANLORD ALBEMARLE. N. C. Physical Education and English I he Citadel (1); Wrestling (2, I, 1 1 Track - ' . 4i; Intramural Sports i - ' . 3, 4 Delta I ' lu Sigma (2); " A " Club (3, I ' N M. C A (2) MARY ANNE BOST STATESVIl IE. N. C. English and French Mitchell College (1, 2); 1..- Cercle Fran cais I ; i . i Ireative English Club 1 3, 4 1 i Vernician Literan Society lit. (Vnsur (4); English Major Club (3, 1); Playcrafters 1 1 . I ovill Club i n I I ' I ' HA BOWMAN I ' il ORSV1LLE, N. C. Physical Education and History lli.il .,ii Literary Society (1, - ' , . 4); Y v. ( ' . A. (3, 4i: Playcrafters (3) ; Physical Education Major Club (1, - ' . 3, ii. White I lull Club Mi: New Dormitory Club I- ' . I. 41; II. S. LT. I 1, - ' . 3, 1)1 S " ' - dc Hi olunteei (2, 1 1 . History Majoi Club i Ii. MILDRED ELOISE BOYCL Ansonville. N. C. English and French Lees-McRae College (1, 2); Debating Team (1, 2); Christian Association CI, 2); Phi Kim Pi (2); French Club (1. 2), Presi I . i t (2); Dynician Literarj Society (3, 4). RAY WOOD COON LlNCOLNTON. N. C. Science and History Alpha Lambda Sigma (l. - ' . 3, Ii. Secre tary 141 : Lincoln I ountj Club II. - ' i . Appalachian Si. hi i 3, ii. Assistant Circu- l.ii Managei (3), Business Manager The . ij Ii liuni I I I hit ly-tivo NETA BRIDGES MOORESBORO, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (4); Playcrafters (4); Junior Minis- terial Alliance (41; V. V. C. A. (2, 3, 4); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); B. T. U. (1, 2, 3, 4). BEULAH MAY BRYANT Cumberland, va. Science and English Thalian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 41; Plavcrafters (3. 4); Lovill Club (1. 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Y. V. C. A. (4). ELOISE BRYANT YADKINVILLE, N. C. Primary Education Pfeiffer College (1. 2); Lovill Club (.!. 4); B. Y. P. U. (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (4). CORA PAULINE BUNCH New London, N. C. Grammar Grade Education White Hall Club (1. 2); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4). President (41; Thalian Lit- erary Society (1. 2. 3. 4). Secretary (4); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Mav Court (2), Maid of Honor (21; B. Y. P. U. (3. 4i. i NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ROBERT PAGE EDWARDS Sparta. N. C. French, History and English E. C. T. C. (1); Science Club (1); Alpha Sigma Gamma (2. 3, 41. Vice-President (4i; Le Cercle Francais (2. 3, 4). Vice-Presi- dent (4); Y. M. C. A. (2. 3. 4). Secretary and Treasurer (4); History Club (1); Ex- temporaneous Club (4). Page Thirty-three 2 1XL I CZ F=L S HAL BUCKNHR EARTHING Sugar Grove, n. c. History and Physical Education Football 11. J. .!. 4i; -A " Club (3, I): Wrestling Manager i J. 3); International Ri ' ' i lub I : . i i . Ippaltti him Stafl i ii. Editor in ihiel i ti. Alpha Sigma i.imma ( I ). ANNIE LAURIE BURTON RlDGEVlLLE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lees-Mi Rae I ollege (I. J) ; Intramural Basketball (3); Thalian Literary Societj Mi. |,,U ' ll.-,il Club (it; Presbyti ian Club i i STELLA MAY CAIN SHARON, S. C. Grammar Grade Education B. Y. 1 ' . U. il. J i. VIRGINIA CLAY Boonh, N. C. History and English robert neal elliott, jr. Charlotte, n. c. English and History Rhododendron Staff (1, 2, 3, 4i. Bust ness Manager (4); Band (1, - ' , ?•, 4); Or- chestra CI. - ' . : . 1); Alpha Lambda Si gma { 1. _ ; Playi » .it, rs in. Playbill Staff (4 ; Glee Club (3)j Cara Lomes (1. J. .!. 4). Page Thirty-four MAY MUNDY CLIFTON Newton, N. C. Grammar Grade Education A.B. Greensboro College; Honorary Mem- ber Rhododendron Staff. MARY ELIZABETH COOKE Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). WILLIE GENEVA COOKE Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education JOHNSIE MARIE CORNELL Vilas. N. C. Primary Education Lees-McRae College (1, 2). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT JOSEPH CALVIN FOLGER Mount Airy. N. C. History and English V. M. C. A. (1); English Major Club (■» . Page Thirty-five SE1NIIO JACK HOWARD GIBBS Al ' I ' AI ACII1A. VA. English and Hist, mi Alpha Lambda Sigma (1, 2); Band (1, - ' . .!. ii; Orchestra (1, - ' . .i. 4). President in. Glee Club (1, J. i. 4) ; Playi rafti i - i 1. J. i. -I i ; I i i.i I I, I); International Re lations Club (- ' . . ■ I). Treasurer ( 1 1 ; R DBNDRON Stafl -. 3, 4), E ' lit ' " in I In. i (4). NELL CURTIS Marion. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literarj Societ) (1, - ' . 3, 1), Vice-President in. Critic (2); Methodist Club (- ' . ii. White II. ill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, . ' . Ii. Seen tai ) [2); Playcrafters i- ' . 4); Y. W. C. A, i !, i IRENE DICKSON Grassy Creek, n. c. English, French and History Playcrafters (2, i i ; Thalian Literar] So ciety i J. 3), Corresponding Secretary (3), Chaplain (3). I O I 111 I ORENE DICKSON Hi lton, N. C. English and History WILLIAM BLAINE GIBBS. .Jr. Appalachia, VA. History and Science Alpha Lambda Sigma (1. 2 1 ; Cara Lomes (I. J. .i, Ii . Symphon) I 1. - ' . 3, 1 1 ; Band (1, 2, 3, Ii; like Chili (4i; Rii idendron Staff ill; Business Managei The Playbill (4). Page Thirty-stx ANNIE MAURICE DOBBINS Rusk. N. C. French and Mathematics Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2, .1. 41; Y. W. C. A. (4); Plavcrafters (4); Methodist Club (3. 41. RUTH JUILETTA EPPS Newton. N. C. French and English Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4). Cabinet (2. 3); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 41. Vice- President (1); Playcrafters (1. 2. .!, 4); Internationa! Relations Club (3, 41. Secre- tary (4); Glee Club (1. 2. 3, 4), Pianist (2. 3, 4); Methodist Club (1. 2. 3. 41; Le Cercle Francois (2. 3. 4); " D. R. Y . " (3); Appalachian Staff (4). RUTH EARLINE ERVIN STATESVILLE, N. C. English and History Mitchell College (1, 2); Yernician Lit- erary Society (3. 4 . Yice-President (41; Presbyterian Club (3. 4). President (4l; Y. W. C. A. (3, 41 ; Lovill Club ( 3 I ; His- tory Major Club 14); New Dormitory Club (4); Playcrafters (4). MARTHA ELIZABETH FURCHES Farmington. N. C. Science and Physical Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4) Pianist (1, 2. 3 1. Chorister (41. Yice-Presi dent (31; Loyill Club (1. 2); New Dormi tory Club (3, 4); Playcrafters (3. 4); Y W. C. A. (1. J. 3, 41; B. S. I ' . (1. 2. 3 4); B. T. U. (1. 2, 3. 4); Physical Edu cation Major Club (1. 2, 3. 4), President (4); Letter Club (3. 4); Assistant Basket- ball Manager (2), Manager (3. 4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ANDREW JOSEPH GILLESPIE, JR. Salisbury. N. C. History and English Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4j ; Debating (4); " A " Club (4) ; Senior Football Manager (4); Senior Basketball Manager (4); Y. M. C. A. (2); Rowan County Club (2), Presi- dent (2); History Club (4). Page Thirty-seven IS E3 I E I ZD T=L S WILLIAM GOOD New Florence, Pa. History and French Shenandoah College CI); Alpha Sigma i !, I, 1); Crack ( - 1 1 : Boxing i !, 3, 4); Tennis Hi I. Cercle Francais (3, ti ; Playcrafters (4) ; . I • -„ ,;. ln„„ Stafl (4); Social Si icni ■ Club in. Baseball I n IKMA GREY GABRIEL Sill RRI] I s I ORD, N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literao Societ) (1, 2, 3, 1), Censor i.ii, Treasurer (3), Secretary (4); White Hall Club (1); Methodist Club (J. . . 4): iu Dormitorj Club [2, 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, -1 1 ; Catawba County Club I ! I edith carrie ci i nx Spruce pine. n. c. Primary Education Lees-McRae College (1, 2). GERTRUDE T. GRAYBEAL Creston. N. C. French and History !. ■ Cercle Francais (2, : . 1) ; Vernician I ii, ..ii i Societ) 1 2, 3, I), i lhaplain (4); Lovill Club 1 1. 2, ,i. 4i ; Ash, Count; Club i I. 2, 3, -Ii ; B. Y. P. U. (3, 4); lunior Ministerial Alliance 141. HARLON FRED GILLIAM North Wilkesboro. N. C. History and Physical Education Alpha Sigma Gamma (1. 2, 3, 4), Vice President (2), President 1 .1 1 ; Playcrafters _ . 3, 41; Extemporaneous Club I4i; Y. M. C. A. ID; Social Science Club in. Vice-President (4). Page Thirty-eight SUSIE GROSE Harmony, N. C. Grammar Grade Education SARAH JULIA HALL Salisbury, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (2. 3, 4); Lovill Club (2, 3), Secretary and Treasurer (4); Presbyterian Club (2, 3, 4); Play- crafters (4). MRS. FRANK HAMRICK Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education MATTIE LOU HARMON Sherwood, N. c. Grammar Grade Education NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT WILLIAM HOWARD GOODMAN Todd. N. C. English and History Glee Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Alpha Sigma Gamma (1, 2, 3. 4). Chorister (2). Secretary (31, President (4i; Ashe County Club (2. 3. 41, President (2); Cheer Leade ' r (4); Playcr.ifters (4); Y. M. C. A. (2. 3), Chorister (2, 3); Le Cercle Francais (2). Pa ge l hirty-nine S! EZ T- L 1 " CD I=L S JAMES CONNOR HAWKINS Tiiomasvii i l , N. C. Mathematics and History Football (2, .1. 4); Glee Club (- ' , 3, 4); " A " Club (3, -1). MRS. MAY TINDA1 I HARRISON Bikini , N. C. French and History Lander College (1, 2); East Tennessee reacher ' s College (3); Le Cercli Francais in VIRGINIA I UCII 1 1 HARTLEY Boone, n. C. English and French Mars Hill College (I. 2); Playcrafters (3, -1). Presidi nt in. II S U. (3, 4), Presi denl in; Y. W. C, A (3, 4), Cabinel (4); Phila Retian Literary Socii tj (3, I), Chorister (.11. Treasurer (4); Oratoi (3); Glee Club ( I, I). Treasurer (4); New Dormitor) ( Hub (3, 4), ROSAI.YN LORENE HARTS1 I 1 Concord. N. C. Primary Education Y v. ( ' . A. (1. 41; Dynician Literary Society (1. - ' . 3, 4 1 ; Methodist Club (1. J, 4i. White Hall Club (I. - ' . 3); New Dormitory Club (4). THOMAS GREENE Boone. N. C. Mathematics and Science Page Forty MRS. LENA HEAVNER Crouse, N. C. Grammar Grade Education INEZ HENDERSON Shulls Mills. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Watauga County Club (1, 2. 3, 4). EVELYN E. HENSON CAROLEEN, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Teachers College (1, 2. 3) ; In- tramural Program (1. 2, 31: Athletic Asso- ciation (1. J. 3); Nature Club (1. 2. 3), Secretary (2), President (3 l: Religious Education Club 3i; V. W. C. A. (1. 2. ! ; Dynician Literary Society (4). KATE HENSON Sherwood. N. C. Primary Education Watauga County Club (1. 2, 3, 4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT EARL WILLIAM HENSON Vilas. N. C. History and Physical Education Football (1. 2. 3. 4i; Baseball (1. 2); Basketball (1. 2, 3). Co-Captain ( 3 1 ; " A " Club (2. 3, 4); Track (li: Soccer Hi. Page Forty-one e jxciczdi CHARLES EDWARD LOVE Sugar Grove, n. c. History and English International Relations Club (3, -1 I : i Economics Club (2, .!. 4); Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4); Y. M. C. A. I . 1); ill i ]. 2); Intramural Athletii - (1, 2, . . Ii. DOROTHY HERMAN Nl-WTON, N. C. Primary Education Thalian I iterarj Societ) ( 1. 2, ; . I)i Playcraftei - (1, 2, 3, it. Seen tai y and I reasun . (4); " D R. V. " (3); Catawba Count} Club il. 2); Home Economics Club II. 2); Lovill Club il. 2); New Dormitory i lub (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) VIRGINIA LOVE HOLLAND WlNSTON-SAl I M. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y W. C. A. 1 1. 2, 3, 4i. Cabinet (2, 3); Thalian Literary Society II. 2, 3, 4), President (4); White Hall Club (I. 2); Nev. Dormitorj Club (3, I)| Methodist Club (I. 2, 3, 4), President (4); Home Economics Club I4i. Secretary 141 ; Playcraft - (2 41. HELEN DAPHNE: HOLT Julian. N. C. English and French Le Cercle Francais II. 2, 3, 4); Lovill Club i J. 3, 4i. Secretarj and Treasurei (2); Vernician Literar) Society (2, 3, 41, Treasurer (2), President (3), Secretary (4). WADE WOODROW LACKEY HlDDENITE. N. C. History and Physical Education B. Y. P. I ' . (2, .! i ; Intramural Athletics (2, 3, I); Baseball (2); Delta Pbi Sigma i I i. Page Forty-two MARY ALICE HOPKINS Concord. N. C. Grammar Grade Education CAROLYN HUDSON Connelly Springs. N. C. Primary Education Rutherford College (1. 2); V. V. C. A. (3, 4i; Dynician Literary Society (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (4). FLORENCE ELIZABETH HUGHES NEWLAND. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4), Censor (3); Presbyterian Club (1); Metho- dist Club 12. .!. 4); Home Economics Club (1). Secretary (1); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3, 4 1. Tunior Cabinet Member (1); Attendant to May Queen ( 1 I ; White Hall Club ( 1 ) : New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4) ; Class Sec- retary (2). , SARAH LUCY JARRETT High Point. N. C. Primary Education Guilford College (1. 2); Y. W. ( ' . A. (4); Phila Retian Literary Society (4j; Metho- dist Club I4l: New Dormitory Club (41. NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT JOHN MARTIN MATHEWS Sanford. N. C. History and Physical Education Football (1. 2, 4): Band (1); Glee Club (1. 21. Page Forty-three RUSSELL McCOLLUM MONROIi. N. C. History and Mathematics louise! ii l ablth johnson Hudson, n. c. Primary Education Rutherford College (I i; White Hall Club (2); Ne« Dorm Club (3, u ; Phila Retian Literar] Bocietj t - ' . . . 4), Chaplain (4); runioi Ministerial Alliance (4); Plaj i i .,it, rs (li; V. . ( ' . A. ( t, 3, 4); B. S. T. Council in. Sei retarj ill; B. T. U. (- ' . 3, 4i. Secretai j (3), Di votional Leader (4); Studenl olunteei (2, 3 1. louise jones Shelby, n. c. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society II, 2, 3. 4); Methodist Club i 1. 4); V. W. ( ' . A. (1. 2, 4); Playcrafters (4); Home Economics Club (3); Ne« Dormitorj Club (_ ' . . . 4); hite Hall Club (I I. NINA ALMA JONES WlLKESBORO, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literarj Societj il. 2, 3, i,; Home Economics Club (4), Treasurer in; Lovill Club ili; Ne« Dormitorj Club (2, 3, 4i. HOWARD T. McCANN Roarinc Gap, N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Football M, - ' . 3): Baseball i 1. 2); " A " Club (2, 3); Alpha Lambda Sigma (1. 2, . ■. Page Forty-lour MARGARET E. LACKEY Lenoir. N. C. Primary and Grammar Grade Education -Mitchell College (I, 2); Phila Retian Literary Society (3, 4): Appalachian Foren- sic Club (3. 41 ; New Dormitory Club (4); Playcrafters (3, 41; Y. W. C. A. (3). LUCY HAMILTON LITTLE Newton, n. c. Primary Education Vice-President of Class (4 1; V. V. C. A. Cabinet (1. J, 3. 41; Playcrafters (1. 2, 3. 4); Glee Club (1. _ ' . 3. 4 1. President (3); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4), Sec- retary (2), President (3): Miss Appalachian (3); International Relations Club (3. 4), Secretary (4); Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 4). Presi- dent (1); New Dormitory Club (3. 4); May Court (1); Rhododendron Staff (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1. 2); Metho- dist Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Secretary (3). MARY JANE LOGAN Kings Mountain. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4). President (4): Lovill Club (1. 2. 3, 4). Vice-President (1): Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Choir (1. 2. 3. 4i; May Court (2), Maid of Honor (2); B. S. U. (1. 2l; In- tramural Athletics (1. 21; Playcrafters (2); Associate Editor of Appalachian ( Sum- mer! (3). MARTHA LEE LONG Forest City. N. C. Primary Education Methodist Cluh (4); White Hall Club (4); Thalian Literary Society 4); Ashe- ville Normal (1. 2). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT GEORGE SPENCER McRORIE Rutherfordton. N. C. History and English Wake Forest College (1). Page Forty-five 1)1 RMON I RICHMOND MOORE 1 I NOIR, N. C. History and English Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Society II. 2, 3, -II. Chaplain (1 i. Critic (2); 5 M. I . A Mi; liiti.iiiiin.il Athletii s ii. 2, 3, 4 1. MARY ELIZABETH LUTTERLOH PlTTSBORO, N. C. Primary Education Vernician Literary Society (1, J. ), Pri idem ii-. Playi raft is i I. - ' . 1); V. W. C. A. (I. J i; Student olunteei ( - ' ; Methodist Club (1. 2); White Hull Chili ii. _ ' i . VIRGINIA REBECCA MABE Walnut Cove. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literan Society il. - ' . . . ii. V W. ( ' . A. Ill; Lovill Club il. 2); New I in mitory Club (3, 4); B. V. I ' . U. (1, 2). JAMES MARGARET MANN PlTTSBORO, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society 2. 4); White Hall dull (4), Secretary (4); Metho- dist Club in; East Carolina Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 4). BANNER 1SOM MILLER Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma (1. 2. .). 41; Assistant in Mathematics 3 : Aquateers (2), Sec retary (2); Extemporaneous Club (4). Page Forty-six JENNIE NEEL MARTIN Statesville, N. C. History and English Mitchell College (1, 2); Intercollegiate Debating (3, 4); Appalachian Forensic Club (3, 4), President (4); Phila Retian Liter- ary Society (4); Playcrafters (3, 4); In- ternational Relations Club (4) ; New Dormi- tory Club (4). SARAH ANNETTE McCLURE Shelby, N. C. Primary Education White Hall Club (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4) ; Dvnician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); B. Y. P. U. (3, 4). EDNA LOUISE MCMILLAN Oak Ridge, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Montreat College (1, 2); Playcrafters (4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4); Lovill Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4). HELEN BELK McNEELY Waxhaw, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lovill Club (3, 4), President (3, 4); Vernician Literary Society (3. 41. Critic (4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT FREDERICK DANIEL MOORE Antwerp, N. Y. History and Physical Education Basketball (1); Band (1. 2. 3. 4), Direc- tor (1. ,i ) ; Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 41. Assistant Director (1. 2), Director (3); Cara Lomes Director (1. 2. 3. 4); Playcrafters (4); Class President (2) ; Physical Education Major Club (3, 4); History .Major Club (4); Rhododendron Staff (4). Page Forty-seven s : ; ixe i CD i r. BERNARD C. MURDOCH CHAR] OTTE, N. C. Mathematics and Scieni e I nt. i national Relations Club (2, Treasurer (3), Via President C4) ; i lass President (3); National Economics Club (4); Extemporaneous Club (4); Delta Phi CI, - ' . 3, ii. Secretary and Treasure! I . nt. (2), Via Pn sident (3), Presi I. in Mi; Playcraftei - I . I); Co Editoi The l l l„ h,ll in. Band i 1. 2, 3, 4), Vice- Pn -Hi. m (3); i in hestra (1, 2, 1); Tennis (1, 2); Aquateer (1, - ' i ; Y. M C A. (3, 4); Chief Marshal (3). Mil I OUISI Mi SWAIN Dalian. N. C Mathematics, Science and English Class Secretary (4); Dynician Literar) M. - ' . 3, 4i. Secretarj (2), ici President i : ' . Presidi nl (4); Playi rafti i ■ (3, 1 1 . New Dormitorj Club I- ' . 3, 1 1, Seen tai ) C4)i II S. U Council (3): Y. i i I I I, Senioi I abinel in. I | ; Stall III, IIODOD] N DRO Staii in: National Economics Club (3, n. Seci etai j and Ti easurei i ; i . Vice-Presi di in ill; I. R. C. (4i; May Daj At tendant (4). FAY MOSSICK I 1 NOIK. N C. Grammar Grad - Education Rutherford College (1. 2); V. W. C. A. 1 4i ; White Hall Club (3); New Dormitory Club ill; Librarian l.ii; National It omici lnti ill. Phila Rettan Literary So- ntv ii. it. Program Chairman I4i; Jun- i..i Ministerial Alliance (I ' ; Sunday School reachei (3); Appalachian Stafl (3,4), News Editor in BETTY JANE MILLER Hickory. N. C. Mathematics and History Leno : r-Rhyne College CI); L. S. A. (2); Wlnii II. .11 Club (2); New Dormitory ' l.,l, i I, 1 1 . Phila Retian I it. t .n j Soi iel j I 2, I, I ' . Playcrafters 14 1. WARREN BICKE I I MORGAN MARSHVILLE. N. C. Mathematics and History ingate College (1, 2); ( iladstone Liter- arj s tj CI, 2); Mathematics Club (2); Y. M. C A in Page Forty-eight ELIZABETH DAVIS MILLER MOCKSVILLE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4). Chaplain (4). Pianist (31: Methodist Club (1. 2, 3, 4). President (3); National Economics Club (3. 4); V. W. C. A. (2. 3. 4). Junior Cabinet Member (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Lovill Club (1); Playcrafters (3, 4). EVELYN GERTRUDE MILLER Richfield, N. C. French and English Pfeiffer Junior College (1. 2): I.e Cercle Francais (3, 4); B. Y. P. U. (4); Play- crafters (4); Lovill Club (3. 4); Vernicia ' n Literary Society (4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (4). GAYE MAYMIE MILLER Boone, N. C. Mathematics and Science B. V. P. U. (1). Secretary (2, 3). Presi- dent (4k V. W. A. (of Boone) (1. 2. 3, 4i. Secretary (2), Vice-President (3). President (4); Playcrafters (4). LEXIE MILLER Mount Mitchell, n. C. Grammar Grade Education NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ALGERNON SIDNEY NEAL Reidsville. N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma (1. 2, 3, 4): Playcrafters 14); Assistant Circulation Manager The Appalachian (3); B. S. U. Council (4). Page Forty -nine ri :ix[iofis WILLIAM GORDON NORRIS Hickory. N. C. Physical Education and History Alpha Lambda Sigma C2) ; " A " Club (_ . ,i. 4); Wrestling Team (2, .!. 4), Captain Mi. Football Squad (I. - ' . 3). REBECCA All [El AIR MILLER Crumpler. N. C. Primary luhuulmn EU1 A ALICE MILLS Marshville. N. C. Primary Education ingate College (1, 2). MARY HELEN MODI.IN LlNCOLNTON, N. C. irammar Grade P.ducati Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, ), Choristei m Methodisl Club (1. 2, 3, 4i. Vice-Presideni (4 1; National Economics Club (3, 4i; Playcrafters (2, 4); Y. Y. C. A. (41; New Dormitorj Club (2, 4); Lincoln County Chili Hi: White Hall Club (1). BENJAMIN THOMAS NORRIS Hickory. N. C. Physical Education and History Wrestling (2, 3, 4); Alpha Lambda 5igma (2)| " A " Club (_ ' . 3, 4 i ; i llass Vi i Pn si .leiii (2); Seoul Troop (3, 41; History Major Club (4); Intramural Athletics (2, 3, 4). Page Fifty ANNIE MAE MOORE COLLETTSVILLE, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2. 3 4t. Excuse Committee (3). Chairman, Mem her ship Committee (4); Lovill Club (1); White Hall Club (2. 3); New Dormitorj Club (4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (4) National Economics Club (4). EULALIA EUBANKS MOORE Monroe, N. C. Primary Education Wingate College (1, 2). FAYE MOORE Granite Falls. N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Chili (2. 3, 4); Methodist Club (1); Volley Ball (2). ILA DEAL MORROW Stony Point, N. c. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3); Play- crafters (41; Lovill Club (4); L. S. A. (41; V. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT JAMES LESTER PATTERSON Shelby, N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Varsity Wrestling (1, 2, 3, 4); Track and Field (2); Alpha Lambda Sigma (1, 2, 3. 4), Chaplain (3), Vice-President (2), Secretary and Treasurer (2); Y. M. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 4), Chaplain (2), President (4); Playcrafters (2, 3, 4); " A " Club 12. .!, 4); Intramural Sports (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (4). Page Fifty-one illXLICZDP S! ARTHUR I Al AYE 1 I E I ' HARR WlLKESBORO, N. C. History and Mathematics Playcrafters I i ' : Editor-in-l Ihief fti Playbill ( 4 ' ; Social Science Club (4); Lees IcRai College (I. 2); Delta Phi S.kiim (41. MVR I I I MARIE NANCE PEACHL.AND, N. C. Primary Education ' . C. A. ( 1. - ' . 3) ; Vernician Liter- al j Society (1, 2, 3, i). Corresponding Secretary (2), Recording Secretary ' I), 1. 1 President (4i ; Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, n. White Hull Club ( 1. 3); New Dormi- torj Club (3, -ii; Playcrafters C2, 1 1 . Maj Day Attendant (3). VIRGINIA GRACE NELSON Pilot Mountain. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Fredericksburg College (1); Dynician Lit- erarj Societ} (2, i. 4); Y, W. ( ' . A. (3. 41; May Court Mi. Attendant (4 1. MYRTLE NORTON Stony Point. N. C. English and French M ' tchell College (1. - ' i : Lovill Club i4i. President 14); Vernician Society (4); Pres- byterian ( " lull (41; Le Cercle Francais 13. 4). IVAN C. PEARSON North Lawrhnci-:, N. Y. History and Science Playcrafters (I. 2, 3. 4), Mastei Crafts man ill; Wrestling (1); (lass Treasurer (J); History Major Club Mi; Alpha Lambda Sigma (4), Vice-President (4); Rhododen dron Staff mi . Forensic Club (3, 4). Page Fifty -two MARY ELIZABETH PALMER New London, N. C. Primary Education Pfeiffer College (1. 2). LOIS PEELER Gold Hill. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Pfeiffer College (1, 2): Thalian Literary Society (3, 4); Methodist Club (3, 4), Chap- lain (4); National Economics Club (4). SARAH ELIZABETH PERKINS Connelly Springs, N. C. Primary Education Rutherford College (1, 2); Dynician Lit- erary Society (3, 4); New Dormitory Club (4); Methodist Club (4). FLORA ELIZABETH PITTMAN Fairmont. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Teachers College (1, 2); Dyni- cian Literary Society (3. 4); Lovill Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4); Playcrafters (4); East Carolina Club (3. 4 1. NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT WILLIAM STEWART SCOTT Boone, n. C. Grammar Grade Education Wrestling (1. 2. 31; " A " Club (2, 3. 4 1. Page Fifty -three e i :icz t RALPH SINCLAIR Pi A HI and. N. C. English and History Wingate College (1. 2); Varsity Tennis (.!. 41 ; " A " Club (3, 4). HAZEL EVELYN PLASTER Winston SAl I H, N. C. Grammar Grade Education I h, , rleadei CI, - ' ■ ! - 4) ; Thalian Liter- ,ii Society CI. - ' . { . 4), Treasure! ' ; ' . ,,, 1 ' u sident c llass CD; Mosl Popular C2); V. W. C. A il. 2, 3, 4 1 ; Physical Educa tion Majoi i lub iii; Maj Courl i4i. Maid ol Honoi il): New Dormitorj Club C3, 1). MARGARET PAULINE POPE 1.INWOOD. N. C. nglish and History Dynician Literar) Society CI, -• 3, 4i Playcrafters (- ' . 4); V. W. ( A. C3) Lovill Club i 1. 2): Whit, Hall (lull (3) cu Dormitory Club (ii. Davidson Count] (lul. (. ' . ,f. 1 1; English Cluli (4i. THELMA POTEAT MARION. N. C. Mathematics and English Lees-McRae College (1. 2); Maryville ( loll, -i in. Playcrafters (4i. ELMER RAY SINCLAIR Norwood. N. C. Mathematics and Science Delta Phi Sigma CI, - ' . ! . I)l Play- crafters (4); ii. S. 0. Council i 1 I. Page Fitly -four MARY LORENA PRATT Winston-Salem, N. C. History and Mathematics Duke University (II; Methodist Club (21; Thalian Literary Society (2. 3, 4); White Hall Club (2). EUNICE FORD QUINN Gaffney. S. C. Physical Education and English Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Censor (41; Lovill Club (21, President (2); New Dormitory Club (41; Physical Educa- tion Major Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Intramural Athletics (1, 2. 3. 4); Basketball (21; Certified Basketball Official (4); Swimming Team (3); Red Cross Life Saver (3). BERNICE IRENE RALEY Bethune. S. C. Physical Education and French North Greenville College (1); Physical Education Major Club (2, 3. 41; Lovill Club (2. 3. 4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4): B. V. P. U. (3. 4); Le Cercle Francais (3. 4); Honorary Volley Ball Team (4); Honorary Hockey Team (4); Playcrafters (4). MARGARET ELIZABETH RAY Boone. N. C. History and English Playcrafters (ll; English Major Club (4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ALONZO ERVIN SMART Ellenboro. N. C. History and Physical Education University of North Carolina (1); Basket- ball (2, 3, 41, Captain (4); Baseball (2, 3, 4); Delta Phi Sigma (2, 3, 4 1, President (4): - ' A " Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Extemporaneous Club (3. 4); Playcrafters (2, 3. 41; B. S. U. Council (2. 3). Secre- tary (31 ; B. Y. P. U. (2. 3); Social Science Club (4); Rutherford County Club (3). Page Hfty-five ■s? j=: isi i cr fr. s ROSCOE STALEY WlLBAR, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Wilkes County Club (I, 2); Alpha Sigma Gamma 1 .iterar) Society ( 1 . 2, 3, 1 i, President (4). MABEL ELIZABETH RHYNE GASTONIA, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 4), Secretary (3), Faculty Representative : i Vici President I I I . I [omi F£c« momii ■ ( ' lul. ( 1 . 3), lii asui ei ill. ici Presidi nt i I i . Playi raft rs (4) ; } W C A. ID; White Hall Club i I I, Secretary (1); New Dormitory Club ( - . ,t. 4), President 14); Gaston ' . ■nut Club (3, 4), Vice-President i I. I RANCES ALLEEN ROBBINS Trinity, n. c. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society II. -?. t, 4 ; White Hall Club II. 2. .1. 4); Methodist llnli 11. 2, I); Y. W. I ' . A. II. J. H; Playcraftei s i 1 1 BERNICE VIRGINIA ROBERSON ROBERSONVILLE, N. C. Primary Education Atlantic Christian (I. 2). ROBERT REYNOLDS SPRATT Caroleen. N. C. English and History Boiling Spline Imih.ii College (1. 2); Glee Clnli 14); Playcrafters (4i; Band (3, li; Orchestra i i. I); Social Scienci rinl. i i Page Fifty-six MARJORIE DA WE ROGERS ROBERSONVILLE, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Atlantic Christian (1). CARRIE EDITH RUDISILL Vale. N. C. Physical Education and Science Dynician Literary Socie ty (1, 2. 3, 4), Critic (2). Secretary (3); Lovill Club (1, 2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); Y. " . C. A. (2. 3, 4); Lutheran Student Association (2. 3, 4); Physical Education Major Club (1. 2. 3, 4); Intramural Athletics (1. 2. 3, 4); Basketball (1. 2. 3, 41. Captain (3, 4i; Certified Basketball Official (4); Swimming Team (3. 4). FAY SALE Dover, Del. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4). Chaplain (4 1; Methodist Club (1. 2. 3, 41; Playcrafters (2. 41; Y. Y. ( ' . A. (2. 4); New Dormitory Club (2. 3. 4). Vice-Presi- dent (4); National Economics Club (3. 4). CHARLOTTE E. SASSER Mount Olive, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Campbell College (1); East Carolina Teachers College (2); Science Club (1). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT W. THORNTON STALEY Wilbar. N. C. Grammar Grade Education - S. T. C. (1); Lenoir-Rhyne. Catawba (2); Alpha Sigma Gamma (41. Page Fifty-seven : i -iiC2 i : JOSEPH GWYN SUTHERLAND Fig, N. C. Mathematics and Science Alpha Lambda Sigma I 2, 3, J . Secretao and Treasure! ' I), President (4); Y, M. ( . A. 12. . ' . 4), Secretary and Tri (. ). Via I ' i esidenl (4) ; limn. ' Mini sti i ial Alliance (J. 4. 4), Vice-President (3); Plaj crafters (4); National Economics ii; Ashe County Club (_ ' , 3, I . I ' " sidi nl (4), Sec- retary ami Treasurer (3). ELIZABETH M. SINCI AIR Norwood. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Societ) (1, -. . ' . 4) Secretary and Treasure! i - ' . 3), President (4i; White Hall Club (1, - ' i . New Dormi toi i Club l.i. -I i. I ' m sidi nl i 1 1 Plaj crafters (2, 3. 4) ; Y. W. I A (I. 2, 3 li; Mai Court (3); It. T. U. (I. 1. 3, -ii; R iods hdri s Stafl (4); Extempo Club Mi louise eugenia smi i h Mt. Holly, n. c. Grammar Grade Education Lees McRae Junior College i 1. 2); V. W. ( ' . A. (3, 4i. Dynician Literary Society (3, 41 ; It. S. 1 ' (3, II ; Gaston ( ' mini) Club i.i, 4i; New Dormitorj Club (4) J National Economics Club (4), MAVIS TALMAGE SMITH Lenoir, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters CI); Dynician Literar) So- ciety (I. 2, 3, 4), Vici President (4); White Hall Club (li; New Dormitorj Club (3, 41; The Appalachian Staff (3, 4). JACOB BRENTON STINES Mars Hill, N. C. Physical Education and History Football (1, 2, 3, I); Basi ball (1, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling i 1 i ; Boxing (4); " A " Club (1, - ' . 3, 4 1. Page Fifty -eight NANCY RUTH SMITH Jackson Hill. N. C. Primary Education Wake Forest Summer School ; Davidson County Club (2, 3, 4). President (2); Lovill Club (2, 3, 41; B. Y. P. U. (2, .! ) ; Verni- cian Literary Society (4); Playcrafters (4). VIRGINIA ELIZABETH SMITH Troutman, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters (4); White Hall Club (1), Vice-President (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 4). Chorister (41, Censor (2); V. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 4), Cabinet Member (2); May Court (2), May Day Attendant (2); Metho- dist Club (1, 2, 4); Home Economics Club (1. 2. 4), President (4). MAUDE S. SPEAGLE Vale. N. C. Primary Education Playcrafters (3) ; Dynician Literary So- ciety (3, 4); Basketball (3, 41. CYNTHIA LOUISE STILES Boone. N. C. Physical Education and French Mitchell College (1, 2); Physical Educa- tion Major Club (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). Cabinet (4); Le Cercle Francais (3, 4), President (4); Playcrafters (3. 4); Orchestra (3. 4); Certified Basketball Of- ficial (4); Intramural Athletics (3. 4); Red Cross Life Saver (3). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT GLENN SWOFFORD Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Page Fifty-nine — • 4 «V m iflHi H " 9 HHJ . ' ft Miufiisa s:e ii licz i dwayni thompson Philadelphia, n. y. History, English and French A ; ha Lambda S gin . ( 1. _ ' , :. 4), Presi- dent (3); International Relations Club i - ' . .(. 4), President (4); National Ecoi ics Club - ' , I, ii ; Debating i lull i.i. 4); Foi ensic Club Mi, President I I I . R m DROS S|. ,11 I :. |i. MARY KATHLEEN STOUT Star, N. C. Primary F.diuatmn Boiling Springs runioi College (1); White Hall Club (Ji ; New Dormitoi I :iub (3, 4); Dynician Literary Societ} i . ' , 3, 4); Metho list i lub I J. . ' -. -1). CATHERINE STYERS WlNSTON-SALKM. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Societ) II. J. i Cot responding Secretai (3), Tri asuri i Mi. Mi thodist Clnli (1. . ' , Ii, ici Presidi nl (Ji; Home Economics Club (1, - ' . 3), Vice- l ' i esidenl i I i . Treasurer i - ' . President Mi. Treasurer (3); Y. W. C. A. (1, J. 4). lunior Cabinet Member (II; White Hall Club (I i; New Dormitorj I lub I I, 1 1 , Playcrafters (4). ORA SUGGS GASTON1A. N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics Berry College (1. 2); Thalian Literar) Soi ietj M. 4i, Secretai | (3 I . . Ippatai hian Staff, Social Editor Mi; International Re lations (lull mi; National Economics Club (41. Secretary (4i; Physical Education Majoi (lull (3, 4i, Reportei mi; Basket ball (3, 4i; Y. W. C. A. M. 4), Cal i (4i; Lovil] Chili (3), Secretarj (3); New Dormitorj Club (41; Methodist Club (.!, 4). GANNON TAI.BERT. Jr. Advanch. N. C. History and Physical Education Rutherford College (1. 2); Alpha Sigma 1 1 .mini. i i ;. 4 i ; Baseball ' 3, 1 1 : Intramural Athletii - i ' ■. 1 1 Page Sixty AMY JANE TALBERT Advance, N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (4); Methodist Club (4); Lovill Club (-4). PANSY EVELYN TALENT Vale, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Censor (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4 1. President (,i . Critic (3); B. S. U. Council. Devotional Yice-P:esident (4); B. Y. P. U. (1. 2. 3, 4 1. Vilma Preslar Union. President (4); V. W. C. A. 13, 4i: White Hall Club (II; Lovill Chili (3); New Dormitorv Club (2, 4); Lincoln Countv Club (1, 2). STELLA TILLEY Mount Airy, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Yemician Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2. 3); White Hall Club (4); Home Economics Club (4): Lovill Club (1. 2. 3l. REBECCA MAY WARDEN Laurel Springs, n. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4), Secretary (3). Vice-President 14); Lovill Club (11; New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4i; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 41, lunior Cabinet Mem- ber (1); Presbyterian Club (1. 2. 3. 4), President (3). Council (1, 2. 3. 4); Alle- ghany County Club (1. 2 1. NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT KARL P. THRONEBURG Hudson. N. C. Mathematics and History Page Sixty-one : 3 ix: i cz i GRADY WTSI 1 Y TYREE Creston. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Alpha Sigma Gamma ' -. 3, 4), Secretarj (4); Ashv Count] ( lull (J. 3, 4); Extem- poraneous ' Hub i 1 I ; Y 1 C. A. (4). ADA RUTH WATTS I am ORSVI1 I I . N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literarj Socictj (1. J. .!, 4 ; Lovill Chili (I. J. 4. ii. President (2); Y. Y. ( ' . A. ( I. J, 4. 4), Choii (3, i i , Sunday Si hool I Ifficer (1, 2); B. S. U. ( 1. i Group Captain ( - ' t ; intramural Athle- tics (I. - ' i; Playcrafters (2). MARGARI I l ' l AR1 I WliBB Mom, AN ' ion. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retian Literal i Soi ietj CI, 2); Y. W. C. A. ii. 2), funior Cabinet (2), Pianist (2); White Hall Club (2). PAULINE BAII IV WEBB Statesville. N. C. Primary Education Mitchell College (I. - ' i ; Dynician Liter- arj Societj (3, 4i. (Yiisiir (4); Methodist Club C3, 4); Home Economics Club I : , 4); Lovill (lui. i 1 1. White Hall Club 4 ; Mar- shal (3); Y. W. C. A. ( li. ROY HARRIS TURBYFILL, JR. Maiden. N. C. Mathematics and Science Football (I. 2, 3, 4 1 . Basketball (I. 2); Alpha Lambda Sigma i I, 2, 3, 4), O nsoi (I); " A " Club (3, 4). Page Sixty fiuo VEVETTE WEHUNT Cherryville. N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4). Censor (31; White Hall Club (1); B. Y. P. U. (1. 2, 3, 4). VANDA KATHRYN WHICKER WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. English, French, and Physical Education White Hall Club (1); Basketball (1. 2, 3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (2), Secretary (3); Playcrafters (3, 41 : Y. W. C. A. (3, 41; Junior Cabinet (4 ; Class Secretary (3); May Queen At- tendant (3); National Economics Club (2 3, 4), Secretary (4); " A " Club (1. 2. 3. 4) Physical Education Major Club (2, 3, 4) Le Cercle Francais (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- dent (3); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4). JANE ETHEL WHISNANT RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Normal (1, 2); Thalian Liter- ary Society (3, 4), Chorister (4); White Hall Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4); Methodist Club (3. 4); Playcrafters (3); Glee Club (3. 4). DAISY MAY WILLIAMS BOONE. N. C. French and English Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 41, Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Chorister (2), Secretary (3), President (3); Glee Club (2, 3. 4), Vice-President (3, 4); International Rela- tions Club (3. 4); Playcrafters (2, 3, 41; Le Cercle Francais (2, 3. 4); Class Treas- urer (3); May Court (2, 4), Attendant (2), Queen of May (4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT ISAAC LYNN WAGNER Troutman, N. C. Mathematics and Science North Carolina State College (1, Basketball (3, Club (3. 41. 4); Baseball (3, 4); 2); ' A " Page Sixty-three HARRI] I I I l AIM I II WII SON Nebo. N. C. Primary Education Asheville Teachers College 11. Phila Retian Literal } Society (4); Eiome Economics Club (4); White Hall Club (4). NELL WILSON HUNTERSVILLE, N. C. Primary Education Montreal College (l. _ ' i; Presbyterian Club (3, 4i; Lovill Club (3, 4); Student Volunteer C3, 4) ; V. W. C. A. I t). MARGARET MAE WRAY VALE. N. C. History and English Dynician Literary Society (I. - ' . 3, I), Vice-Presidenl (2), Chaplain (3); National Economics Club (3), Vice President it»; Lovill Club (1. 2); Ne« Dormitorj Club (.!. ji ; V. W. ( ' . A. (2, 3, U; Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Playcrafters (1, 2, .i. 4); Basketball (4i; Social Science Club (4). SE1MIORS CLAUDE C. Will I I I Y Albemarle. N. C. Mathematics and Siii ' nce Alpha Lambda Si«iiki 1 1 , M. ( A (4). Page Sixty-four CLARA MAE WRIGHT FALLSTON. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Normal (1, 2); White Hall Club (3); New Dormitory Club (4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4) ; Methodist Club (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). HELEN ELIZABETH YODER LlNCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (4) ; L. S. A. (1. 2, 3. 4), President (4); Lovill Club (4). JAMES OLIVER YOUNG BAKERSVILLE. N. C. History and English Debating (2); International Relations Club (4); Alpha Sigma Gamma (4); Ap- palachian Forensic Society (3); V. M. C. A. (4) ; National Economics Club (4) ; So- cial Science Club (4), President (4). LOUISE FRANCES YORK Mount Airy. N. C. Primary Education Home Economics Club (3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (4); White Hall Club (1), New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4). NINETEEN THIRTY EIGHT Page Sixty-five ■■ : , 1u : $f. SGANARELLE JUNIORS William Lindsay President Banks Heafner Vice-President MARGARET AGLE Secretary Clifford Long Treasurer JUNIORS EVI l YN Adams Conovei N.C Gus AN rONAKOS Boone, N.C Geneva armni roni . Mi huh Airy. N. C daisy Austin Boone N. C Bl i 1 All BAIRD V.ille Crucis. N. C. Truman Bam r Crumplcr, N. C. 1 AYE BALLEW Celo. N. C. Doris BANDY 1 incolnton N. C. CAROI- Ban- i R Montezuma. N. C Madgi Beam Cherryville, N.C. ANNIE Beard luntersville, N. C. El IZABl III B IN BOW Oak Ridge. N.C. Page Sixty-eight FLOY BENFIELD Lenoir, N. C. AMOS BEST Bessemer City. N. C. EDDIE BINGHAM Boone. N. C. Mary Bingham Boone. N. C. R. K. Bingham. Jr. . Boone. N. C. Annette Blanton Lattimore. N. C. MRS. BLANCHE C. BLUE West Jefferson. N. C. FRANCES BODENHAMER Winston-Salem, N. C. KATHRYN BRACEY Rowland. N. C. Robert Broome Marion. N. C. Edna Fox Brown Statesviiie. N. C. Virginia Bryant Boone, N. C. JUNIORS Page Sixty-nine JUNIORS JEAN BlCIIANAN . Marion, N. C. Golden Bv ki and Lanark, Wesi Va Otis Bundv Jamestown. N. C. Mrs. Zed H. Burns Boone, N. C. LEOLA CAGLE Carthago. N. C. VIOLA Cagi.H Carthage. N. C. i i oy Cannon Vilas. N. c Martha J. Carroll Salisbury, N. C. I AURA ELLEN CARSON Rutherfordton, N. C. PEARL Chatham Kannapolis, N. C. WAYNE CHURCH Wilkesboro. N. C. Anna Belle Coffey Boone. N. C. Page Seventy MARTIN COLE . .. Salisbury. N. C. MARGARET COLLIER Liberty. N. C. ALICE COOK Boone, N. C. RUTH COX New Dale. N. C. Wilbur Craft Cherryviiie, N. C. W. R. CURLEE Marshville. N. C. Culver Dale Mica. N. C. Rebecca Darnell Wagoner. N. C. Kathleen Day Statesvilie. N. C. WALLINE DECK Bessemer City. N. C. Mary Lou Dedmon .... Shelby, N. C. JUANITA DlCKERSON Salisbury, N. C. JUNIORS Page Seventy-one JUNIORS Kyle Dickson Roith Dixon Sarah Doggett Delia White Douglas Mabon Dye Hilda Eaker Christine Edens RAi ill i Eller Verona Ervin MARGARl I I URY AGLE . Ml LVIN I AIRI. I V Bl UCE 1 R HUM. Silas Creek. N. C Rocky Mount. N. C. Shelby. N. C. Harmony, N. C. Madison. N. C. Cherryville. N. C. Rowland. N. C. Newland. N. C. Catawba. N. C. Bessemer City. N. C. Gulfport, Miss. Boone. N C Page Seventy-two Wheeler Farthing . Vaile Crucis. N. C. EUDELL FORMYDUVAL Hallsboro, N. C. Irene Fort Boone, N. C. Colonel Francis Crumpler, N. C. CLEO FRYE Catawba. N. C. BEULAH FUNDERBURK Monroe. N. C. THOMAS GRAYBEAL Lansing. N. C. HOYLE GREEN . ...... New London. N. C. PAUL GREENE Shelby. N. C. WILLIAM HALYBURTON Stony Point. N. C. Clyde Harding .... Chocowinity. N. C. Mildred Harrell .... Peppers. N. C. JUNIORS Page Seventy-three JUNIORS MARTHA HARRILL Ruiherlordton. N. C 1 ni IIS HARTLEY . . . V.ille Crucis. N.C BANKS Hi AFNER Lincolnton, N.C Frances Herman Conover, N.C Robeh i S. Hill Si.iU ' sville. N C MARY HOOVER Aslll Boone. N. C. Eva Jones Hopkins China Grove. N. C SI EPHEN HOUSER Bessemer City. N.C I ' liii Hudson Biloxi, Miss ! i i i llr n iiinson . Boone. N.C (ami s Ingram Si.uesville. Brookside, N C 0RVI1 1 1 JACKSON N.C Page Seventy fout Robert B. Jackson West Jefferson N. C HESSIE JAYNES Lenoir N. C Elizabeth Jones . Furchcs N. C Ruby Kilpatrick Concord N. C Alene King Pinnacle N. C Alice King Burlington N. C Gladys King - Reidsville N. C Wade Kinlaw, Jr. Lumb:rton. N. C Howard Kiser Lincolnton N. C Mabel Klutz . . . Gold Hill. N. C Margaret Knott Oxford N. C Wilma Lackey Cherry villc N. C JUNIORS Page Seventy -five JUNIORS Rl I!) LANEY Newton. N. C. JOE LANGLEY I .uninburg, N. C. FRANCES LATHAN Monroe. N. C. I oriM I EONARD Albemarle, N. C. YVii LIAM Lindsay York, S. C. Lillian Linney . Wilkesboro, N. C. i i ii i OKI) I ynn LONG I exington, N. C. Lucille Lopp i exington, N. c. EUGl NIA Lynn Statesville, N. C. I.. C. MAPI is., Valle Crucis, N. C. MILTON Mast Boone. N. C MARY C McCoLLUM Madison. N. C. Page SeVenty-six GLADYS McCURDY Concord. N. C. ETHEL MCDADE Forest City, N. C. Geneva McManus . Midland. N. C. Daisy Lee Meacham Hamlet. N. C. MARY LOUISE MELVIN Raleigh, N. C. Pauline Michael Southmont. N. C. Fay L. Miller Boone, N. C. Lorraine Miller Laurel Springs. N. C. Elizabeth Mills Charlotte. N. C. Etta Mills Hudson, N, C. Warren Mitchell Appalachia. Va. Herman Owens Caroleen. N. C. Odessa Parks Reidsville, N. C. JUNIORS Page Seventy-seven JUNIORS Mae si i i ' i gram Glenn Perr Mrs. Vergie Church Perry Jack Poteat Georgi p. Powell Edith Pra i i Fred it i nam Keith Redmond di ma Reeves Ai ;ni s Rhyne Martha Ritchie Wa , i r Robi R rs Josephine Robinson Greensboro. N. C. Joy. N. C. Boone. N. C Marion. N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Winston Salem, N. C. Waco N. C New Hope. N. C. Laurel Springs, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. New London. N. C. Hartsville, S. C. Wesi Jefferson. N. C. Page Seventy eight Harold T. Rummage Albemarle. N. C. LLOYD H. SANDLIN Verona. S. C. AlLEEN SCISM Kings Mountain. N. C. Glenn Shidal Vale. N. c. LOUISE SHOAF Lexington. N. C. LOIS SIDES Albemarle. N. C. JAP SIMMONS Due West. S. C. Helen Smith Mooresville. N. C. MARY JANE SNOW Siloam. N. C. Frances Spillman Mocksvillc. N. C. NAOMI STEELMAN Yadkin Valley, N. C. ELOISE STROUPE Fallston. N. C. Byron Stuart Ashland. N. C. JUNIORS Page Seventy-nine JUNIORS HALLIE SWEAl 1 Cherryville, N.C Rose Swofford I eaksville, N. C IIA I 1 1 1 1 1 AVLOR laurel Springs, N.C Gladys Terry Silcr City. N. C i s Thomas Franklinville, N.C Lola [ " homas Monroe. N.C Bl M 111 1 OWNSEND Boone. N.C Gl 1 NN 1 ROl l I Forest City. N.C Worth hkmr Teachey. N.C ' I ' .l II! VONCANON B.inmi 1 Ik N.C Edith Walker Boone. N C 1 WAl 1 Boomer. N.C I.WU s W ' AI L Mocks ville, N. C Page Eighty Virginia Weber Statesvilie. N. C. HUGH WHITE Union Grove, N. C. BERNICE WHITESIDES Shelby, N. C. MARGARET MAE WILSON Nebo, N. C. Wendal T. Wilson Boone. N. C. CARSON WOOD ... Barium Springs. N. C. Len Woodruff Hayes. N. C. Charles Wright . . Boone. N. C. RUBY WYATT . . . Vannoy. N. C. Pearl York . . . . Staley. N. C. EVELYN YOUNG .... Asheville. N. C. Grace olive Young . Bakersviiie, N. C. Virginia Yo unt Lincolnton, N. C. JUNIORS Page Eighty-one . ' .MCi.Vtfl ' VALERE SOPHOMORES Charles Walters IX Dwight Grubbs Martha Garner Virginia Parrish President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer First Row Third Row Francj s Anderson Lucille baki r John Anderson MARGARET BARLOWE Luisi Armstrong Dewey Barnhili. LULA ATKINS 1 I i 1 II A I ' .l AM Second Row Fourth Row Hazel Austin i in i ma Beam Lila Austin ai ma Beck Sybil Bagby David black HENRY BAGGE1 1 Tom Black SOPHOMORES Page Eighty-four SOPHOMORES First Row Neal Blair. Jr. Leafybelle Blanton Betty Bostic Josephine Bradley Second Row Elsie Lee Brake Wilma Bridges Hal Brown Hazel Dare Brown Third Row Margaret Bumgarner Edith Burleson Katherine Burleson Azile Burns Fourth Row Lucille Campbell Jackie Carico Edwin Carter Madge Carter Page Eighty-live First Row Third Row GARNETT Clark Louise Cress Lalla Clay Rosalie Dearmin Ellen Clifton Diana Lynn DeLapp Lloyd l : . Collins 1 Ml i MA DODD Second Row Fourth Row George Corn r P. Dougherty Mildred Cowan PAULINE DOUG1 AS Margaret Cowles 1 AWRENCE Dowdy Hazel Cram Grim hen Duncan SOPHOMORES Page Eighly-six SOPHOMORES Firsf Row Stella Dye Fred Edwards Lowell Ellis Jessie Ervin Second Row Dorothy farthing Louise Fisher Mildred Frady William Francis Third Row Gladwyn Gabriel Don Gaffney Madge Gambill Martha Garner Fourth Row Milton Gaskill Horace J. Good Helen Gragg Louise Grayson Page Eighty-seven First Row Mary Helen Gri i m Mabel Virginia GREER dwight grubbs Joe Hardin Second Row STAN! i v Harris Louise Hayes MARY I II LIAN HAYN1 s ELIZABE 111 HEADE Third Row 1)1 1 I MA Hi NSLEY a. i hodder Louise Holland Vivian Holloway Fourth Row Ned Honeycutt I RAM IS lh«i I I Louise Hum, ins Mary Hum, ins SOPHOMORES Page Eighty-eight SOPHOMORES First Row Third Row Maxine Hughes Ruth M. Johnson Glenn Hull Annabeth Jones JEROME HUNEYCUTT Mary Ruth Jones Dorothy Hurst Thad Jones Second Row Fourth Row Lucille Icard Sam Kaplan Katherine Irwin Howard Kimel Maude James William Kincaid Kenneth L. Johnson Blanche Riser ■H n Page Eighty-nine First Ron 1 ALLAN I.ATHAN VlSTA I.AWSON RUBYI LEDFORD III I I I.OWDER Second Son 1 Opal Lowe LlSETTE MARTIN i u( ii nne massey Virginia McCall Third Row marshall mcclure Mary McCurry Ellen M Fai i John McGinnis Fourth Row THELMA McKinm y Frankie Miller catherine mills William Mitchell SOPHOMORES Page Ninety SOPHOMORES Firsf Row Third Row Betty Modlin Virginia Parrish MARTHA MONTEITH Jennie Lowe Peebles Mary Elizabeth Monteith Dorothy Pegram Jack P. Morton Anna Pell Second Row Fourth Row Andre Nadeau Ethel Perry Elizabeth Neal Fleming Perry mattie Needham Ralph Perry Mabel Ruth Norris Richard Peterson Page Ninety-one irsl Roiv Cecii Poe Pearl Poovey clara Hunter Pob i i r William Pugh Second Row JOHN RACKLEY n kolia Reader ( ,! RA1 DIN1 Kl DDING II " hi Km MOND Third Ron ' Margaret Rhyne i dith Roberts Richard Rogerson, Jr. 1 i MO ROTHROCK Fourth Row hazel sain Beatrice Satterwhite Culos settle i ,1 i ldine setzer SOPHOMORES Page Ninety-two SOPHOMORES First Row JESSE SlFFORD Ray Sills Grace Simpson Fred Sink Second Row Fred Smith Pearle Smith Billy snow Ruth Spoon Third Row Akard Spurgeon Dorothy Stacy Lois Starnes Mada Steele Fourth Row Annie Stiles Hardin Jesse Stone Martha Stonestreet Kate Stroupe Page Ninety-three Myrtle Stroupe ri i ii Suggs M l " i Si MMH I I wis SWOFFORD Second Row Stella Tate Mii dred Taylor Greei.y Teague HAZ1 l I I M .1 i Third Row Marie. Tempi ETON LEONA TOWNSEND James Tucker i i lyn Turner Fourth Row Lucille Upton lorene van! i Henry vanhoy SOPHOMORES Page Ninety-four SOPHOMORES First Row Eugenia Vernon Weaver Wade Eccles Wall Charles Walters Second Row kate e. washburn Lee West Carey Westmoreland Ernest White Third Row Joe White Rena White Louise Wilkinson Lynn B. Williamson Fourth Row Daisy Morris Wilson Roy Wilson Louise Wyke Page Ninety-five jm LUCAS FRESHMEN LAWRENCE HORNFECK JOSIEPHYNE PIERCE MILDRED GUY JACK RUFFIN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FRE SHMEN lirsl Row Thelma Adams ll NNIl Sll Al.LEN eugene allison sadell allred Christine Anthony Second Row DORon IV JANE ARMSTRONG Dorothy a rKiNSON ROBl ■! I AUS1 IN Martha Bacon juanita baggett Third Row Doris Baii i i ( i vde Baldwin Elsie Barnei i e Annelle Beach Mary Geni BEAM Fourth Row I RANI I s BECKNER Marion bi si Miriam Bingham Virginia Bingham IIa i i i ne Blake Payv Ninety eight First Row Raymond Brady Evelyn Brown James H. Brown Arlee Broyhill Annie Mae Burton Second Row margaret cabaniss Lois Cain Frances Canipe Keith Carpenter Luther Carson Third Roiv Ruth Caudill Edward Ci.ay Mary Collins Louise Comer Elene Conner Fourth Row Inez Cooke Anna Lena Cooper Anna Belle Council Ruth Craft Frank Crayton FRE SHMEN Page Ninety-nine FRE SHMEN First Row Bertha Elizabeth Crousi MELVIN Daughtridge Muriel Davis Dorothy Deal Hazel Dixon Second Row Rebecca Donni i i ) Marjorie Dou ,i An Mary El izabeth Dougi as Wll i iam Don, i as Mary Ruth Durham Third Rou Mildred Earl MlNNIl I DWARDS John Edgar Elam Willie Louise 1 i M Margaret English Fourth Row Ernest ervin Mildred Farthini vann i arthing madgi Ferguson SARAH 1 ! OH 1 Page One Hundred First Row Geraldine Fox carl gallimore Dona Gantt Adam Gibson Geneva Lee Goodman Second Row Neil Goodnight Fred M. Gragg Alda B. Greene Eva Greer sherrill Gregory Third Row Bertha Miller Griffin Mildred Guy Florence Gwaltney Paul Hagaman Marie Halsey Fourth Row Zenna Halsey Raymond Hampton Berrene Harris J. Banard Harris Joy Harris FRE SHMEN Page One Hundred One FRE SHMEN lirst Row MAE HODG1 S Rai ill Holder Edna Hollowai Lawrence Hornfeck Maxwell Hovis Second Row Craig Hull Gwendolyn Hum Myrtle Hutchison i i mi n i- Ingram I l wis C. JARVIS Third Row I i V, JESSUP D. K Jobi:. Jr. juani 1 a jobe Edwin Johnson Raymond Johnson Fourth Row Ruth Johnson i i Johnson Helen Jonas Marilyn Cleo Jones H. I . JOY I Page One Hundred Two First Row nancy jurney Jean Kelly Mary B. Knox paul kovacevich Iris Landis Second Row jane lefler Mildred Little Melba Lovill Charles N. Manship Carson Martin Third Row Ethel McCann Margaret McCollum Joe McCrary Louise McCready Helen McDonald Fourth Row Mary Boyce McGill Ruth McGuire Helen McKinney Retta McLamb Edward Meacham FRE SHMEN f W - M - Ww Wl f " : . IL V 1 i Page One Hundred Three First Row Third Row J. w. Miller Edna Nesbitt Anna Lee Mills JOHN Nesbh 1 Ann Moore Ray Norman Ola Mae Moretz Sylvia Page Catherine Morris Charlotte Parker Second Row Fourth Row Virginia Morris Edna Parker Jesse Lee Morrow Mary Frances Moss Willene Moss Charles Parks FRE SHMEN Elizabeth Parsons IIathi Pi-gram JACK NANTZ Rosa Lee Pendry Page One Hundred Four First Row Irene Phillips Richard Phillips Josiephyne Pierce Rosebud Pleasant kathaleen poindexter Second Row Floyd Poole Faye Poovey Marion Poovey Mary Carolyn Price Thomas Price Third Row Elizabeth Putnam Louise Robbins Bill Robertson Alma Robinson Katie Jean Rowe Fourth Row jack ruffin Ernest Safrit Hersel Scott Ken Sherrill Kathryn Sherwood FRE SHMEN Page One Hundred Five FRE SHMEN First Him ' hint Row Phoebe i ou Shiri i Porter si u i s ANNIS Ml 1 ORD BONNIE SWARINGEN [] SlNl ,1 1 ION Paui Swofford LUO 1 ' ABOR SLADE Harvey Taylor 1 DNA SMI III Sarah i ee i nomas Set ' nd Row ourth Riai ' Ri in Smith Wll I.IAM TREVATHAN JOHNNIEl Sl ' l As Inez Triple i i R 1 SPRUILL RUB1 I RIVE l l l GAYN] 1 1 1 SI AM. I V I 0R1 I Vl NAB1 1 CAMPB1 11 Sll WAR! M KGARET VOSS Page One Hundred Six First Row Catherine Ward Arendall warman Jean Warwick Margaret Washam Margaret Watts Second Row Ann Weaver Lucy Whisnant Claude White James White James William White Third Row Edward Whitley Cleo Williams Louise Williams Eunice Wilson Sue Wilson Robert V. Winfree Fourth Row Merle Wooley Mary Louise Wrenn Jonas Yarbrough Frank Yoder James Yoder Harrill Young FRE SHMEN Page One Hundred Seven GREEK CLASSICAL -4- ' o $f S .. M CINESIAS ATHLETICS FOR MEN DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS Kidd Brewer thlettc Director FLL ' ( 11 ST] WART I .stunt Athletic Direct KlDD BREWI-R Flucie Stewart Foy Martin Flucie Sti wab i r v Watkins Kidd Brewer Foy Martin Ed. Rivers A. Antonakos G. L. Sawyer Football Football I ootball Basketball Wrestling Boxing Boxing Boxing Swimming Tennis WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS A " CLUB OFFICERS Ervin Smith President Ervin Smart Vice-President MELVIN FAIRLEY Secretary -Treasurer Top Row Ervin Smart Melyin Fairley Rovie Angell Bob Broome Garnett Clark George Corn Dan Craxford Grip Daugherty Hal Farthing Don Gaffney Milton Gaskill A. J. Gillespie Middle Row J. C. Hawkins Earl Henson Pete Hornfeck Phil Hudson Sam Kaplan John Mathews Howard McCann John McGinnis Andre Nadeau Ben Norris Bill Norris James Patterson Bottom Row Cecil Poe Elmo Rothrock Ernie Safrit Stewart Scott Ralph Sinclair Fred Smith Brenton Stines Karl Thornerurc, Roy Turbyfill I. L. Wagner Charlie Walters Carson Wood FOOT To The North State CHAMPIONS " Hail to the favorite sons of Ap- palachian, the Mountaineers, unbeaten and unscorcd on! Champions of the North State Conference for the first time since the exit of Daniel from the homes fires of the Blue Ridge. May theit success be ! n unbroken, and ever repeating ! BALL Lead by Captain Rovic Angcll the Appalachian Moun- taineers hung up their moleskins last fall after one of the greatest seasons of glory ever experienced by an Appala- chian eleven. North State Champions for the first time in the history of the young school, winners of other out- standing conference honors, and declared to be one of the most sportsmanlike teams in the realm of football today, the Brewer-coached machine had little to wish for in the way of titles and recognition. Playing nine games in all sorts of weather the Black and Gold team rolled up a total of 209 points against a total of none for their opposition, and the leading com- bination remained: Angcll. Wilson. Daugherty, Henson. Smith. Turbyfill. Rothrock. Smith. Adams, and Smith. The only hazy marks in the annals of a truly great eleven were the 0-0 tie with the Carson Newman Eagles in a mire of mud on the Mountaineers ' Homecoming, and the 7-0 set back at the hands of the Mississippi State Teachers College Wasps in a post-season game in Gulf- port. Mississippi. Although the Mountaineers have always been at their best as a unit the fact still remains that there were a few favored ones who were able to distinguish themselves by receiving All-Conference awards. Among the All-Confer- ence teams chosen this year almost all of the Mountaineers received some recognition, but the outstanding glory came to Wilson, Angell, Earl Smith, Turbyfill, Fairley, Fred Smith, Irvin Smith, and Rothrock. Leaving the 1937 edition of the Appalachian Moun- taineers as published by the Coaches — Brewer, Stewart, and Martin the thoughts go to the parting warriors who have worn the moleskins for Appalachian for the last time. Next year there will be no Adams. Farthing. I. Smith. Angell. Stines. Henson. Turbyfill or Mathews. Those men have left, but the spirit of the school con- tinues, — " Appalachian Marches Onward! ! ! . ' " o_ a STEWART Top raiv, left to right: Stewart, coach; Gillespie, manager; Brewer, coach. Fifth row : R. Wilson, Ruffin, Brady, Robin- son, Manship, Jessup, Shi dal, Malcolm, Craft. Fourth row: Whitley, Gaffney, Hodder, Safrit, Emody, Simmons. Corn, Hoover. Third row: Walters, Hudson, Farthing, Kaplan, Broome, Johnson. Mathews. Second row: Poe, Horn feck, Hawki ns. Stines, Henson, Edwards, Daugherty, F. Smith. First row: Fairley, E. Smith, Adams. Angell, (upturn; L. Wilson, Rothrock, E. Smith. mmm .m ' P l«r RESULTS OF 1937 SEASON A. S. T. C. 39 Cumberland . .0 A. S. T. C. . 14 Lenoir Rhyne . .0 A. S. T. C. Carson Newman ... A. S. T. C. .28 East Tennessee ... A. S. T. C. .31 Elon A. S. T. C 37 Tusculum . . .0 A. S. T. C 14 Western Carolina ... A. S. T. C. .37 Guilford . A. S. T. C. 6 Catawba A. S. T. C Miss. State Teachers 7 Game played December 4 in Gulfport. Mis- sissippi for the championship of small colleges of the South. PLASTER BASKETBALL Killing far below the record of the 19 37 gridiron machine the I ' M? I ' MS court aggregation under the tutelage of Coach llucic Stewart landed in fifth position as the conference drew to a close early in March. The Appalachians scored 681 points to their opponents 59 1, and they were able to win ten while losing six and drawing one by a 30-30 score with High Point. Red Smart, captain of the Mountaineers, lead the scoring for the second consecutive year ringing up a total of 175 points, and Hans Wagner hit the meshes for a total of 113 points. Phil Hudson, cc of the Mountaineers, only scored 65 points in the season, but was chosen as one of the guards on the All North State Team. Smart was also chosen as a forward on the second team in this loop. McGinnis. veteran of two campaigns showed up better this vear than ever before as he placed third in the scoring with 98 points. The other two first stringers. Stuart and Kaplan rang up totals of 95 and 85 points respectively. It was evident that a weakness in the ranks of the reserves was one of the outstanding reasons why Appalachian placed fifth, as the lour subs scored only 51 points in seventeen games averaging less than a point per man per game. Next yea) only smart and Wagner will be lost to the team, but it will be a difficult assignment to fill their shoes with as efficient and hard- working players. Front Row, Left to Right — HUDSON, HAGAMAN, McGlNNIS, SMART, Kaplan, nantz, Hoovlr ; Bach Rou — Hull, Wagner, T. Johnson, Coach Stewart, E. Johnson. Stewart, Powell. Gillespie, Manager (not in picture I Top Row, Left to Right — HAGAMAN. NaNTZ. MCGlNNIS. WAGNER; Middle Row — KAPLAN. HOOVER, STEWART, HULL: Boffom Row — Co-Captains, HUDSON, SMART. WRESTLING Agle Wrestling teams in Tennessee. Virginia, and the two Carolinas quake with tear when the name Appalachian is mentioned. It is with good cause, loo. for the season just terminated marked tin- sixth season of intercollegiate competition lor the Mountaineers, and their record stands — Appalachian 54; Opponents ?. In the past three years the Watkins ' -coached club has met twenty eight foes without damaging its undefeated record, and during the past two seasons the Appalachians have emerged from the Carolinas ' A. A. U. tourney with the team title with seven, and six first places in the two years ' competition. This last edition of the Black and Gold grapplers was composed of the following lads: Parks, Gaskill. Crooks. Barnhill. Norris. Wood, Evans, Daugherty and Smith. These men fought in seven matches and upheld the honor that is Appalachians and then went farther to come out of the struggle of the A. A. U. fighters with a record of six wins in nine bouts. Two seniors leave the ranks to take up wrestling on a more serious scale, the opponent being Life, in the unlimited class, no holds barred. Another faithful member of the squad for four years. Pat Patterson makes his farewell, and Appalachian is sorry to see these men leave the campus. The first two mentioned were ex-Captain Jimmy Crooks, winner in every bout except one in four years, and ex-Captain Bill Norris. winner in twenty out of twenty-four matches in four years. Crooks led the Appalachians last year, and Norris was the current leader of the grapplers. As to winning teams in this sport there is nothing left to wish for, but there is one thing that the students of this school would like to see in the near future, and that is — a few more schools who are not afraid of the local wrestlers so that these men will not have to wrestle among themselves in order to find competition. r ft r ro. A : Left to Right, Bad Row Wilson, Harding, Manager, Patterson, Bagcett, Emody, Coach Watkins, I ' ok, Roger son, Edwards, Ingram, Manager, (haft. Middle Row: Norris, J. White, Cranford, Smith, Wai hks. E, White, Meacham. Front Row: Parks, Gaskill, Crooks, Barnhill, Wood, V kkis. Daugherty. fc BOXING JONt s BOXING SQUAD Back Row — Wilson, ra ki ey, Carter. Woodruff. Edwards: Middle Row — Good. Stines, B. SHI RRILL, I A I MAN. K- SHERR1LL, HODDER; Front Roll — HOLDER, Malcolm, Smith, Clark, Nadeau, Youni i Coach Kidd Brewer ' s fighting Ap- palachians, the famous Mountaineers noted for their brilliant Golden Gloves records, have completed .mother ban- ner year in the rings of some of the outstanding pugilistic camps of the South. In the regular schedule the Mountaineers batted .500 with wins over Tennessee and N. C. State, and defeats at the hands of Duke, and Columbus U. of Washington. D C I he Brewer lighters presented an all star card of eight fine pugilists who fought in this order: Young, Corn Nadeau. Clarke. Smith Rackley, Wood ruff, and Wilson. These lads repre sented the varsity, and on the side lines were Sherrill and Shcrrill, Holder Good. Edwards. Hodder. and Pharr. As in 1936-1937, the Appalachians greatest glory came in the Golden Gloves and A. A. U. Tournament held in the Queen City in Eebruary. Here the sons of Appalachian threw jabs and hooks as they never had thrown them before and the result was almost an All Appalachian finals In the sixteen final bouts there were eight Black and Gold sluggers, and the popularity that they had earned in the preliminary fights made them the favorites by a big margin. Four Mountaineers won titles, and Clarke and Corn were part of the Carolinas ' contingent to the nat- ional finals in Boston in April. (Coach Kidd (Bowtie) Brewer was chosen as the coach of this outlay of leather- pushers, and thus was this fair school thrice honored by the A. A. U. offi- cials in charge of the delegation from the two Carolinas. SCHEDULE A. S. T. C. . . 3 A. S. T. C. 6 A. S.T.C.. .5} A. S. T. C. 3 Duke Univ. . . 5 N. C. State. .2 U. of Tenn. 2J: Col. Univ. . . 5 GOLDEN GLOVES Champions: HORACE GOOD, Novice Lightweight JOHNNY CLARKE, Open Welterweight DICK RODDER. Novice Light-Heavy EARL SMITH, Novice Middleweight Runners-Up: LEN WILSON, Open Heavyweight BILL EDWARDS, Novice Heavyweight JOHN RACKLEY. Open Light-Heavy GEORGE CORN, Open Lightweight Most popular fighter of tourney elected by vote of the fans won by George Corn. Johnny Clarke and George Corn were members of the team representing the two Carolinas in the national tourney in Boston. April 1-5. TENNIS Appalachian ' s racquet- wielding Mountaineers came through their 1937 season with one of the best records ever set in the books at this institution as they won nine matches of twelve starts and lost the other three by only one point, all the defeats coming in a 4 match. Captain Karl Sawyer and John McGinnis bore the brunt of the attack as they won eleven and lost one apiece. The only clubs which outscorcd the Sawyer-coached team were Lenoir Rhvne. N. C. State, and Eastern Tennessee Teachers. I home burg. Sinclair. Sherrill. and Hamon filled out a well-balanced squad, and only Eamon and Captain Sawyer are among the missing in the 1938 campaign. Meeting a schedule of the following games this past spring the Appalachians played all their matches on foreign soil for the first time in history. The opponents were: Elon. Catawba. Guilford. Lenoir Rhyne. E. T. T. C. and several others. The 1938 squad includes McGinnis. Thorneburg. Tucker. Sherrill. all veterans; and Stuart, Hagaman, Sherrill. Williams, and Mock freshmen aspirants to the court aggregation. Record of the 1 ( ' 7 season follows: PERSONAL RECORD OF PLAYERS Singles Karl Sawyer (Captain) Won John McGinnis Won Karl Thorneburg Won Ralph Sinclair Won Basil Sherrill Won Floyd Eamon Won 10 matches Lost 1 10 matches Lost 1 7 matches Lost 4 matches Lost 5 6 matches Lost 4 3 matches Lost 5 Doubles Sawyer and McGinnis Thorneburg and Sinclair Thorneburg and Sherrill .Won 9 matches Lost 3 Won matches Lost 4 Won 4 matches Lost 3 A.S.T.C.. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. A.S.T.C. I I AM RECORD Lenoir Rhyne 4 Erskine 1 Guilford N. C State Atlantic Christian 3 Milligan 3 Emory and Henry 2 Emory and Henry 2 Carson-Newman 1 Milligan 1 East Tennessee . . 5 ANDKRSON G I Sawyer, Coacl By« Stewart, Bill Good, John Nesbit, Bili Mitchell, K.w Thorneburg, ' ami i William Halyburton, Weaver Wade, Ray Cline, Manager. MYRRHINA ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN BASKET With no fanfare to usher them onto the scene or no band to encourage them to greater things the girls ' varsity of Appalachian Stale Teach ers College wound up a very successful season of eleven games with a total of eight wins, one tie game and two defeats at the hands of a rugged Milligan outfit. The co-eds totalled 284 points in their campaign against a record of 219 lor their foes. Margaret Rhyne, playing her second season with the Black and Gold varsity tallied 1 1 " 5 points to lead the sextette, and King looped the hoops for a grand total of 90. Brannon was third with 6. and the substitutes tossed in the remainder. 2 " ). In the backcourt defending the Appalachian goal were Rudisill, Beasley. Kiser and Dixon. These four girls turned in some beautiful teamwork to hold some of the out- standing forwards of this section to the low scores that they did. Beasley. Rudisill and Brannon will be lost by graduation this spring, but with the return of the remainder of one of the largest squads ever to grace the Appalachian court great things will be in line for the Lady Mountaineers next year. The schedule follows: SCHEDULE A. S. T. C. J] Boiling Springs 29 MATHESON STEED Rudisill A. S. T. A.S. T. A.S. T. A. S. T. C. C. C. C. 21 30 24 32 Milligan College Wingate College Boiling Springs Lenoir Rhyne 22 8 22 26 A.S. T. C. 24 Lenoir Rhyne 24 A.S. T. C. 17 Mitchell College 16 A. S. T. c. 17 E. C. T. C. 16 A.S. T. c. 30 Wingate College 13 AS. T. c. 34 Mitchell College 16 A. S. T. c. 24 Milligan College 27 BALL FURCHES Garner Left to Right — ORA SUGGS. THELMA ADAMS. ROUTH DIXON, RUBY BRANNON, GENEVA Goodman, Jean Bass. Edith Rudisill (Captain), Blanche Kiser. Margaret Rhyne, Carole Beasley. vanda Whicker, allene King Physical Education Club ' ir.s( Row, left ro right: JEAN WARWICK, MARY sl ' mmiv. bernice raley, ora suggs. eunice quinn Edith Rudisill, Dorothy Hurst, Louise Holland Cynthia Stiles; Second Row: Jean Bass. Carole Beasley, Kathleen Burleson, Routh Dixon Margaret Knott, vanda Whn ki -r. Johnnu Spi is I I DI II FORMYDUVAL; Third Row: FRANCES ANDER son. Ruby Brannon. Dona gantt. Elsie Lee Braki Prances ( wipe, Eupha Bowman; Top: Martha I ' Rl HES. " A " Club Front Row. left to right: Martha Lurches. Blani hi Riser. Ruby Brannon, Routh Dixon, Margari i Rhyne. Vanda Whicker; Back Row: allene King, eudell formyduval. jean bass. carole beasley, Ora Suggs. Edith Rudisill. Volley Ball Left to right: ROUTH DIXON. EUNICE QUINN, BER- nice Raley. Vanda Whicker. Martha Furches. eudell formyduval, carole beasley. edith rudisill. margaret knott, ora suggs. Hockey Left to right: MARY SUMMEY. ROUTH DlXON. MAR- GARET Knott, Edith Rudisill, Maude Speagle, Dona Gantt. Jean Warwick. Bernice Raley, eudell formyduval, carole beasley, cynthia Stiles, Martha Furches, Daisy Austin, Frances Anderson. COMMEDIA DELL ' ARTE COMMEDIA DELL ' ARTE in advance. Therefore the Commedia d, not only commedta tstrionica or bufonesca, dt maschere and commedia all ' improviso. m actors did not use literary texts, that they did j iets of the theatre (and sometimes they were then at they did not command, together with collect ; plots, repertories of monologues and of dialogues m ft mm ried subjects to learn by heart and speak in the appr it this, which mav be rformances, as w is the mim And tl « n Dot urinous dro g restless, waving, clutching, greal lre ly disarranging the clothes of that ili-cl 1 throwing it into wild disorder. That un forma Iec t of his, so ridiculous to other Italian — — :t gesticulating loquacity, so entirely he Piously boring in its pompous misplace nta] one, too, is an owlish mask who make PpA -%. ' ■ ' . % J " J ' ;• s? Jr . •• ' «■ ' ■. ■• ' J; ' jfi ' r.7 ' • - » ?-•»■• -V » -; ; ki2S 3 4 -■ ' % ' ,i T 3 ls fl - ' " ..i.V- " «i !=• I ' fe FINOCCHIO SOCIETIES THALIAN LITERARY SOCIETY margaret eury agle Ora Suggs Routh Dixon Pauline Bunch Catherine Stvers Virginia Holland Louise Cress Ruth Epps . . Ruth Suggs FAi i Quarter President ' ice- President - . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Censor Chorister Doorkeeper Winter Quarter Virginia Holland President LOUISE LEONARD Vice-President MARY LOU DEDMON Recording Secretary VIVIAN HOLLOWAY . . Corresponding Secretary MARTHA HARRILL Treasure! MABON DYE Chaplain Gladys Terry Critic EUNICE QuiNN ......... Censor Lucy Little Chorister Ruth Epps . Pianist MARGARET EURY A ,l 1 Doorkeeper Ora Suggs Dorothy Herman . Ruth Epps catherine styers Gladys McCurdy SPRING Ql AIM IK President Vice President Recording Secretary ( orresponding Secretary Treasure! 1 l Y I III 1 1 ( haplam Pauline Bunch Margaret Rhyne Critic Censot 1 oris! i i; i ss Chorister Vista I.awson VlRi .IMA Hoi land Pianist Doi " keepei RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Thirty four THALIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Thelma Adams Jennie Sue Allen Dixie Allred Sarah Leigh armfield Lula Atkins Dorothy Atkinson Lucille baker Elsie Barnette Mary Jane Beam Annie Beard Elizabeth Benbow faye Blue Betty Bostic Eupha Bowman Elsie Lee Brake Wilma Bridges Beulah Bryant Pauline Bunch Edith Burleson Annie Laura Burton Frances canipe Laura Carson Madge Carter Ruth Caudill Margaret Collier Anna Lena Cooper Anna Belle Council Hazel Craft Louise Cress Rosalie Dearmin Mary Lou Dedmon Hazel Dixon Routh Dixon Gretchen Duncan Mabon Dye Stella Dye Minnie Edwards Lowell Ellis Margaret English Ruth Epps Margaret Eury Agle Louise Fisher Gladwyn Gabriel Dona gantt Martha Garner Louise Grayson Martha Harrill Mildred Harrill Joy Harris Mary Lillian Haynes Elizabeth Heade Dellma Hensley Dorothy Herman Virginia Holland Edna Holloway Vivian Holloway Mary Hoover Ashley Eva Jones Hopkins Louise Hudgins Mary Hudgins Maxine Hughes Catherine Irvin Ruth Johnson Helen Jonas Cleo Jones Elizabeth Jones Ruby Kilpatrick Aline King Gladys King frances lathan Vista Lawson Jane Lefler Louise Leonard Lucy Little Mildred Little Lucille Lopp Rebecca Mabe lucienne massey Ethel maCann Mary McColllm Gladys McCurdy Mary McCurry ellen mcfall Reta mcLamb daisy lee meachum Mary Louise Melvin Betty Modlin Anne Moore Martha Monteith M. Elizabeth Monteith Charlotte Parker Edna Parker Virginia Parrish Jennie Peebles Lois Peeler Hazel Plaster Kathleen Poindexter Clara Hunter Porter Eunice Quinn Geraldine Redding Margaret Rhyne Martha Ritchie Katie Jean Rowe Beatrice Satterwhite Geraldine Setzer Lois Sides Helen Smith Mary Jane snow Johnnie Speas Martha Stonestreet Catherine Styers Ora Suggs Ruth Suggs Amy Talbert Stella Tate Gladys Terry Lola Thomas Blanche Townsend Eugenia Vernon Elizabeth von Cannon Margaret Voss Catherine Ward Jean Warwick Ruth Watts Ethel Whisnant Lucy Whisnant Rena White Bernice Whitesides 9Z 3 Page One Hundred Thirty-live Ml S» vis DYNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS FALL QUARTER WINTER QUARTER Nell McSwain President Elizabeth Sinclair President Nell Curtis V ice-President Mavis Smith Vice -President IRMA GABRIEL . Secretary Josephine Robinson Secretary Christine Edens Treasurer Edith Rudisill I reasurer Louise Jones . Critic Nita Bridges Critic Pauline Webb Censor Ann Jones Censor Margaret Wray . Chaplain Fay Sale . ( ha plain Frances bodenhamer Pianist Sara Perkins Pianist Daisy Williams Chorister SPRING Martha Furches . QUARTER Chorister Fay Sale President Margaret Wray Censor Florence Hughes V ice-President Helen Yoder Chaplain Louise Joni s Secretary Martha Fur hi s Pianist Azile Burns Treasurer Louise smith Choristei Ruth Spoon Critic RHODODENDRON Paye One Hundred Thirty-six VERNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY FALL QUARTER Helen Holt Ruth Ervin THELMA BEAM Recordi MYRTLE NANCE Correspond: JESSIE SlFFORD Gertrude Graybeal Dorothy Stacy Lucille Icard hess1e jaynes OFFICERS WINTER QUARTER President ELIZABETH LUTTERLOH President ce-President MYRTLE NANCE . Vice-President ng Secretary HELEN HOLT Recording Secretary ng Secretary DOROTHY STACY Corresponding Secretary Treasurer ETTA MILLS Treasurer Chaplain LOIS STARNES Chaplain Critic Helen McNeely Critic Censor MARY BOST Censor Chorister PEARL YORK Chorister SPRING QUARTER MYRTLE NANCE . . . President AGNES RHYNl . . Vice-President JESSIE SlFFORD Recording Secretary LOIS STARNES Corresponding Secretary CATHERINE MILLS Treasurer Lucille Icard mabel klutz . edith walker Helen McNeely Chaplain Criln Censor Chorister Page One Hundred Thirty-seven PHILA RETIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS 1 ALL QUARTER WINTER QUARTER Virginia Bi am President Jane Logan President MABEL RllYNI ' ice- President Rebecca Maye Warden. . Vice -President Ruth beaver Secretary Jean Bass Set telai u ODESSA PARKS Treasurer Lucille Hartley- Treasurer Jean Bass Critic Dorothy Hurst Critic Pansy Talent . . Censor Madge Gambill ( ensi i Be i iy Jane Miller ( haplain Virginia Smith ( honster Lucille hartley .Choristei Delia Don ,1 as Pianist HILDA EAKER Faculty Representative Margari i 1 a ki v Faculty Representative SPRING QUARTER Lucille Harti i i President Delia Dougi as ( . ns i LVI I IN BLACKWEI 1 Vice President 1 AY I Minsk k Chaplain Hi! DA EAKER Secreturu Lillian Linney Kate si roupe ( borister Mabei Rhyne Treasuret Pianist Sarah Jarre ti ( Hill Virginia Beam Faculty Rep resenlatice RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Thirty eight R. Staley ALPHA SIGMA GAMMA OFFICERS FALL QUARTER Howard Goodman President ROSCOE STALEY . . . . Vice-President GLENN PERRY Secretary Clifford Long Treasurer WINTER QUARTER ROSCOE STALEY . . . President Robert Edwards . Vice-President GRADY TYREE . . Secretary CLIFFORD LONG Treasurer SPRING QUARTER J. W. HUNEYCUTT President WILLIAM GOOD . . Vice-President MARTIN COLE Secretary CLIFFORD LONG Treasurer ROLL: Eugene Allison, David Black, Martin Cole, William Cole, Culver Dale. Kyle Dickson, Robert Edwards, Ernest Ervin, Harlon Gilliam, Horace Good, William Good, Howard Goodman, Banard Harris, J. W. Huneycutt, Kenneth Johnson. Howard Kimel, Paul Kovacevich, Allan Lathan. Clifford Long. William Mitchell. Dermont Moore. Jack Morton. Glenn Perry, Richard Peterson. Ray Sills. Starr Stacy. Roscoe Staley, W. T. Staley. Gannon Talbert, Grady Tyree. Weaver Wade. Carson Wood. Page One Hundred Thirty-nine (MM ALPHA LAMBDA SIGMA OFFICERS [ALL QUARTER WINTER QUARTER GWYN SUTHERLAND . - President RAY CLINE President JAMES Patterson Vice-President IVAN PEARSON ...Vice-President RAY COON Secretary-Treasurer GOLDEN BUCKLAND Secretary-Treasurer SPRING QUARTER THOMAS GRAYBEAL President BANKS HEAFNER Vice-President L. C. MAPLES. . Secretary-Treasurer Roix: Golden Buckland, Roscoe Buckland, Keith Carpenter, Wayne Church, Ray Coon, Wheeler Farthing, Paul Green, Sberrill Gregory, Banks Heafner, Craig Hull. Raymond Johnson, L. C. Maples, James Patterson. Ivan Pearson, Tom Price, Culos Settle, Campbell Stewart. Dwayne Thompson, Frank Voder. r f r RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred lorty Smart Murdoch DELTA PHI SIGMA OFFICERS FALL QUARTER WINTER QUARTER ERVIN SMART . President BERNARD MURDOCH President BERNARD MURDOCH . Vice-President FRED SMITH . . Vice-President GEORGE POWELL Secretary-Treasurer FRANK CRAYTON Secretary-Treasurer SPRING QUARTER Algernon Neal President Elmer Sinclair Vice-President RAYMOND BRADY Secretary-Treasurer ROLL: Brady. Corn. Crayton. Gillespie. Halliburton, Hampton, Hornfeck. Hull. Ingram. Jessup. E. Johnson. T. Johnson. Meacham, Miller. Nadeau. Nantz. Nesbit. Parks. Poteat. Powell. Robertson. Roberts. Shidal. Sinclair. Smith. Wall. Walters. White. Yoder. fi LS Page One Hundred Forty-one 4ij fe : , ' C»- V ' ' DOTTORE CLUBS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Bp» - H HpS - !V 1 Hfe ' V •I Wheeler Farthing Edward Love Dwight Grubbs Jennie martin Stanley Harris Nell McSwain I ouise Leonard Herman Owens OFFICERS Dwayne Thompson President Bernard Murdoch Vice-President Ruth Epps Recording Secretary Lucy Little Corresponding Secretary JACK GIBBS Treasurer DR. D. J. WHITENER Sponsor ROLL Roscoe Buckland Vivian Carico Ma bon Dye Hal Farthing Josephine Robinson Edith Walker Ruth Spoon James Wall Or a Suggs Daisy Williams Ruth Suggs J. Oliver Young RHODODENDRON ' !, ,■ ( )nc Hundred Forty tout NATIONAL ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS — First Half of Year Wheeler Farthing President MARGARET WRAY Vice-President VANDA Whicker Secretary- Treasurer Dwavne Thompson Representative OFFICERS — Second Half of Year James Wall President Nell McSwain Vice-President Ora Suggs Secretary- Treasurer Howard Kimel Representative W. M. GRUBBS Sponsor roscoe buckland Thomas Graybeal dwight grubbs Kenneth Johnson Louise Leonard Edward Love ROLL fay messick Elizabeth Miller Mary Helen Modlin Annie Mae Moore Bernard Murdoch Lois Peeler fay Sale Louise Smith Ruth Suggs Gwynn Sutherland J. Oliver Young Page One Hundred Forty-five FORENSICS RANKIN. WHITENER, Debate Coaches Wolfe. Burns. Oratory OFFICERS — Fall Quarter DWAYNE THOMPSON. President Margaret LACKEY, Vice-President Jennie Martin. Secretary Elizabeth Sinclair. Treasurer Ivan Pearson. Reporter OFFICERS — Winter Quarter Jennie Martin. President JAMES WALL. Vice-President MARGARET LACKEY. Secretary KATHLEEN ANDERSON, Treasurer OFFICERS — Spring Quarter Ivan Pearson. President GRADY TYREE, Vice-President MARGARET I.ACKEY. Secretary HOWARD KIMEL. Treasurer The Appalachian Stale Teachers College conducts an Intercollegiate Forensic and Speech Department. We have memhcrship in the North State Intercollegiate Forensic Society. The Smoky Mountain Forensic Tournament for Men, The Smoky Mountain Forensic Tournament for Wo- men. The Dixie Forensic Tournament. The Southeastern Speech Tournament, and The South Atlantic Forensic Tournament. In addition, our Forensic Club and our International Relations Club, under the sponsorship of the college, carry on The Appalachian Mountain Forensic Tourna- ment. During the year we have engaged in the following intercollegiate activities: sixty debates, five oratorical contests, seven impromptues. seven extempores. and two direct-clash debates. All told, we have taken first honors in: Women ' s Oratory — one; Impromptu Speaking — one: Speaking to a hostile audience — one; After Dinner Speaking — one; Stimulating group discussion — one: Debating — one. SECOND HONORS IN: Women ' s Oratory — two; Men ' s Oratory — one; Impromptu Speak ing— one: After Dinner Speaking — two. ORATORS: (First honors), Daisy Williams; (Second honors ' ). Lillian Linney, Kyle Dickson. James Wall. DEBATERS: (First honors). Jennie Martin. Catherine Mills (2). James Wall. Oliver Young: (Second honors), Jennie Martin. Margaret Lackey. OTHER DEBATERS: Ailleen Seism, Dwayne Thompson, Margaret Wilson. Clco Jones. Howard Kimel. Jerome Huneycutt, Hessie Jaynes. RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Forty-six FORENSIC CLUB ROLL OFFICERS Thompson Martin MEMBERS Pearson Allison Gilliam LlNNEY Smart Anderson Grubbs Miller TALENT Bostic Harrill Mills TYREE CARSON Huneycutt Monteith Wall. E. Church Jaynes Murdoch WALL. J. Cress Jones, C Peebles Williams Dale Jones, e. Redmond Wilson Dickson Kimel Scism Young Ervin Lackey Sinclair I S I£ 3 Page One Hundred Forty-seven Y. W. C. A. CABINET OFFICERS Dais Williams President Eudei i. Formyduval Vice President Lucy Little ... Secretary Gladys Terry Treasurer Lucille Hartley. Program Chaii man Doris Bandy _ Social Servi e I hai$ matt Nell McSwaxn ... Social Chairman Vivian Holloway ... World Fellowship Chm. Cynthia Stiles Publicity Chairman M Hi,aret Agle _ _. Chorister Martha Furches Pianist ka Suggs Repot tet MEM RHUS Sallie Green At. i ison Frankie Anderson Dorothy Armstrong Geneva Armsi ri Doris Bandy Annette Bi anion Leafybelle Blanton Kathryn Br ey Elsie Lee Brake Neta Bridges Beulah Bryant A iii BURNS M dge Carter Mary Collins Louise Comer M IRGARE I C0Vt I ES Nell CuRl is Kathleen Day Diana DeLapp Maurice Dobbi s Christine Kim ns M [NNIE El VARDS El LIS Ruth Epps Kith Eryin Louise Fisher Martha Fur h es Dona Can i i Martha Garner Loi-ise Grayson Zenna Halsey Martha Harrill Joy Harris Lucille Hartley Rosalyn Hartsell Delma Hensley Louise Holland VIRGINIA Holland iROLi n Hudson Sar n J arrett LOUI SI JoH NSON Ann Jo nfs I EO Jones Elizabeth Jones loui se jon es li ' - Little Mildred Little } ■■ i Logan I.i i n LB I.OPP Margaret Mann- Ethel McCann G ldys McCurdy Mary BOYCE McGlLL N iii .M Swain Kay MESSICK Elizabeth Miller Anna Li e Mills Catheri ne Mills Hi i i v Momi n Mary Helen Moulin | ARTS Mon l IE III Mary Elizabeth Monti eth Mary FRANCES Moss 1 ri ii Nam i VlRGl ni a Nelson ( ii Ri.«ii ik Parker ( Jdess Par ks VlRGl MA PARRISH Sarah Pi rki ns H l ! I ' l ASTER Kathleen I ' oin dexter Clara IIinii.h Porter Elizaio I H Pi ' I MAN II a 1 1 1 e Pbgrau A GN1 s Rh Y N E Margaret Rhyne Mar i ii a Ritch if. Katie Jean Rowk Faye S i i Elizabeth Si no air Louise Sm itii VlRGl ma Smith Johnnie SpeaS Ruth Spoon Cynthia Si n is Catherine Si i u-. ' n s v Talent adys Terry Sarah LeB Thomas Lucille Upton M H - KE1 ' oSS J E A N W AR Wl CK Ru ni Watts PaULINS We Hi: X ' aNDA Willi KIR Ri Win 1 1 I ) i si Williams Margarei Wii son i i i Wilson Margaret Wr n Clara Wrighi Helen Voder Evei yn You ng RHODODENDRON One Hundred Forty eight Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS — Fall Quarter Wheeler Farthing President Gwyn Sutherland Vice-President Robert Edwards Secretary- Treasurer ROSCOE BUCKLAND Chaplain Thomas Graybeal Reporter Farthing BUCKLAND OFFICERS — Winter Quarter ROSCOE BUCKLAND President Thomas Graybeal Vice-President BANKS HEAFNER Secretary- Treasurer L. C. MAPLES Chaplain OFFICERS — Spring Quarter Thomas Graybeal President HAROLD RUMMAGE Vice-President L. C. MAPLES Secretary-Treasurer Robert Edwards Chaplain Wheeler Farthing Critic EDWARD MEACHAM Reporter Eugene Allison Golden Buckland Roscoe Buckland Wayne Church Kyle Dickson Robert Edwards Wheeler Farthing Harlon Gilliam MEMBERS Howard Goodman Thomas Graybeal Banks Heafner Jerome Huneycutt J. w. Huneycutt Allan Lathan Clifford Long Edward Love L. C. Maples Edward Meacham James Patterson Harold Rummage Campbell Stewart Gwyn Sutherland Grady Tyree Oliver Young 9Z 3 Page One Hundred Forty-nine NEW DORMITORY CLUB OFFICERS— First Half of Year OFFICERS- ELIZABETH Sinclair President Mabel Rhyne Nell Curtis . Vice- President Fay Sale Nell McSwain Secretary Nell Curtis Margaret Agle K i ii.M h en Anderson Hazei Austin Doris Bandy Jean Bass Carole Beasley Ruth Beaver Alma BECK Elizabeth Benbow Evelyn- Black well Gladys Blakeley [ . E y v. E I. L B B LA N ton Frances Bodenhameb Myrle Bolick EUPHA Bowman Elsie Lee Brake Beulah Bryant Pauline Bunch Hazel Craft Nell Curtis Walline Deck Mary Lou Dedmon Diana Lynn DeLapp Juanita Dickerson Or etch en Duncan Ruth Epps Ruth Ervin Louise Fisher Eudell FORM yduval Beulah Funderburk Martha Furchf.s [rma Gabriel M mm.k Gam bill Louise Grayson Martha Hakrill I i i ill! H RTLEY rosalyn hartsell Elizabeth Heade Dorothy Herman Virginia Holland Eva Jones Hopkins Louise Hudgins Mary Hudgins i iroly n Hudson Florence Hughes Dorothy Hurst Katherine Er win- Sarah Jarrett Louise Johnson Ann Jones Louise Jones Mary Ruth Jones Nina Jones Ailene King Blanche Kiser M URGARET Knott Margaret Lackey Frances Lathan Louise Leonard I. n I [AN Linney I i v Little MEMBERS Elizabbi h Luttbrloh Rebecca Mabb Jennie Martin A n n e i 1 1 Mc I I K l Gladys McCurdy Mary Ml CuRRH Ethel McDade GeNE Mi M vN is Edna McMillan- Nell McSwain I ) i sv Lee M ea ham Faye Messick Betty Jane Miller Lorraine Miller Etta Mills Betty Modli n M ARV II El I N Ml ' in I Annie Mae Moore Faye MOORE Myrtle Nance Elizabeth Palm er Odessa Parks ik.. ima Parrish Lois Peeler Sarah Perkins Flora Pittman Hazel Plaster Pauline Pope Eunice Quinn Dema Reeves -Second Half of Year President Vice-President Secretary Martha Ritchie rOSl in i M ROBl NSON l Sale ( Jeraldi hi Si rzEB Louisb Shoaf ElIZABE i 11 Si N CLAIR I 01 tSE Smith Mavis Smith VlRGl nia Smith Ruth Spoon LOIS Si knes Martha Stonestreet Kathleen Stoui Kate StROUPE Myrtle Stroupe Cathbri nk Styers Ora Suggs Pan sy Talent Stella Tate Hazel Taylor Mildred Taylor (iiAitvs Terry Lola Thomas Eugenia Vernon Rebecca May Wardi n Vanda Whicker Ethel Whisnant Rena White Louise Wilkinson Margaret Wray ( i aka Wright RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Fifty LOVILL CLUB OFFICERS— First Half of Year HELEN MCNEELY . . President JEAN BUCHANAN . Vice-President HELEN HOLT ... Secretary OFFICERS — Second Half of Year Myrtle Norton President AGNES RHYNE . . . Vice-President SARAH HALL . Secretary Ullllll 1 ■ ' Thelma Adams Jennie Sue Allen Christine Anthony Dorothy Atkinson Elsie Barnette Mary Gene Beam Mary Frances Beckner Hazelene Blake Annette Blanton Mary Bost Betty Bostic Eloise Boyce Neta Bridges Arlee Broyhill Eloise Bryant Jean Buchanan Edith Burleson Katherine Burleson Annie Mae Burton Marcaret Cabaniss Martha Carroll Laura Carson Madge Carter Margaret Collier Mary Collins Alice Cooke Margaret Cowles Bertha Crouse MEMBERS Mary Davis Kathleen Day Dorothy Deal Thelma Dodd Mabon Dye Stella Dye Mildred Earle Lowell Ellis Margaret English Dona Gantt Geneva Goodman Gertrude Graybeal Alda Greene Sarah Hall Zenna Halsey Louise Hayes Lena Heavner Edna Holloway Helen Holt Gwendolyn Hunt Lucille Icard Hessie Jaynes Ruth Johnson Cleo Jones Elizabeth Jones Gladys King Mabel Kluttz Jane Lefler Mildred Little Jane Logan Lisette Martin Virginia McCall Margaret McCollum Mary McCollum Louise McCready Helen McDonald Helen McXeely Mary Lou Melvin Pauline Michael Evelyn Miller Catherine Mills Elizabeth Mills Ann Moore Mrs. Ila Deal Morrow Myrtle Norton Elizabeth Parsons Hattie Pegram Rosa Lee Pendry Rachel Perkins Irene Phillips Josiephyne Pierce Faye Poovey Bernice Raley Agnes Rhyne Edith Roberts Katie Jean Rowe Phoebe Lou Shirley Edna Smith Nancy Ruth Smith Pearle Smith Ruth Smith Eloise Stroupe Bonnie Swaringen Rose Swofford Amy Jane Talbert Sarah Lee Thomas Naomi Trantham Lucille L pton Elizabeth Vaughn Loree Venable Margaret Watts Ruth Watts Lucy Whisnant Bernice Whitesides Daisy Morris Wilson Eunice Wilson Nell Wilson Merle Wooley Helen Yoder Pearl York Grace Young Virginia Yount I 3Z c 3 Page One Hundred Fifty-one LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS — Cynthia Stiles, President; Robert Edwards. Vice-President; Josephine Robinson. Secretary; Clifford Long. Treasurer; Virginia Beam. Reporter ROLL: Agle Allen. Anderson. Bass. Beam. Canipe, Carico. Caudill. Collier. Collins. Council, Dickerson. Dickson. Dobbins. Douglas, Duncan. Edwards. English. Epps. Ervin. Farthing. I ' rve. Good. Gragg. Greene. Hartley. Hensley. Holland. Holt. Jones. Knott. Leonard 1 ittle. 1 ong 1 owe. las ,e McFall. McKinney. Melvin. E. Miller. F. Miller. Nadeau. Norton. Owens, Ralev. Reader. Redding. Ritchie. Robinson. Shoaf. Simpson. Stanley, Stiles Stuart League. Vance. Venable. Walker. Whicker. Wilkerson. Williams. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS: FALL QUARTER — Pauline Bunch. President; Ruth Beaver, Vice-President: Virginia Holland. Secretary: Christine Edens. Treasurer: Virginia Beam. Critic. WINTER QUARTER — Virginia Smith. President; Mildred Taylor. Vice-President; Ruth Beaver. Secretary: Nina Jones. Treasurer; Christine Edens. Critic. SPRING QUARTER — Pansy Talent. President: Virginia Beam. Vice-President; Carolyn Price. Secretary: Virginia Holland. Treasurer: Delia Douglas. Critic. ROLL: Adams. Beam. Beard. Beaver. Bunch. Cooke. D. Douglas. M. Douglas. Edens Fisher. Halscy. Holland. Jones. King. Lynn. Mast. Neal. Palmer. Parks. Price. Reader. Smith. Talent. Taylor. Templeton. Webb. Wilson. York. RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Fifty two JUNIOR MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OFFICERS — First Half of Year OFFICERS — Second Half of Year ROSCOE BUCKLAND - President GLADYS TERRY ... President VIVIAN HOLLOWAY , . Vice-President KENNETH JOHNSON Vice-President EDNA HOLLOWAY Secretary GENEVA ARMSTRONG Secretary GERTRUDE GRAYBEAL Treasurer SALLIE GREENE ALLISON Treasurer ; WHITE HALL CLUB OFFICERS— First Half of Year OFFICERS — Second Half of Year MARGARET RHYNE .... . . President MARTHA GARNER . President RUTH SUGGS Vice-President FRANKIE ANDERSON Vice-President MARGARET MANN Secretary RUBY KlLPATRICK . Secretary d: c B Page One Hundred Ftfty-three B. S. U. OFFICERS Lucille Hartley. President: Vivian Holloway, First Vice-President ; Eudell Formyduval. Second Vice-President; Pansy Talent, Third Vice-President ; Louise Johnson. Recording Secre- tary; Odessa Parks. Corresponding Secretary; J. C. Hawkins. Treasurer; Gladys Terry, Gaye Miller, B. T. U. Representatives; Martha Harrill, Elmer Sinclair. Ervin Smart. Zenna Halsey, Sylvia Page. Algernon Neal. Sunday School Representatives; Reid Laney, Lola Thomas. Reporters: Annette Blanton. Chorister. B. T. U. OFFICERS Gladys Terry. Director; Martha Harrill. Assistant Director; Louise Johnson. Devotional Leader; Mary McCollum. General Secretary; Martha Furches. Pianist; Gertrude Graybeal, Vivian Holloway. Pansy Talent. Presidents of Unions. RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Fifty-four SCOUTS ROSCOE BUCKLAND Neighborhood Commissioner E. E. GARBEE Scoutmaster Thomas Graybeal Assistant Scoutmaster Bl ' CKLAND Troop Committee: Wiley Smith, Chairman A. R. Smith G. L. SAWYER Golden Buckland Roscoe Buckland Wayne Church Dan Cranford ROLL Thomas Graybeal banks heafner jerome huneycutt Ben Norris Dan Cranford Troop Scribe Banks Heafner Troop Treasurer james patterson Richard Peterson Campbell Stewart Lee West i :e 3 Page One Hundred Fiftu-fwe GLEE CLUB OFFICERS 1 1( avard Goodman President Daisy Williams Vice-President Ruth Epps Secretary Lucille Hartley Treasurer Miss Virginia Wary Director Martha Furi hi s Pianist Sopranos: Lillian Abrams. Annette Blanton. Evelyn Brown. Lalla Clay, Louise Cress. Martha Garner. Hessie Jaynes. Lucy Little, Daisy Williams. Tenors: Wayne Church. John Elam. Leonard Fury. Blaine Gibbs, Jack Gibbs, J. C Hawkins. T. B. Huneycutt. Glenn Trout. C. L. Williams. Altos: Margaret Agle. Ruth Epps. Helen Gragg, Lucille Hartley. Kale Stroupe. Porter Stiles. Eugenia Vernon, Ethel Whisnant. Basses: David Black. Edwin Carter. Howard Goodman. Jerome Huneycutt. Robert Sprait. Eccles Wall. Charles Wright, Frank Yoder. RHODODENDRON Page One Hundred Fifty six " H. M. S. Pinafore ' I SZZ£ Page One Hundred Fifty-seven PLAYCRAFTERS 01 1 1CERS antonios antonakos katherine harweu Lucille Hartley . . . Kyle Dickson Dorothy Herman . . . Director Assistant Director President ' ice- President Secretary -Treasurer AP PRENTICES Tin i ma Ada us Lucille Alley Dorothy Armstrong Louise Am msi rong Mary Hoover Ashley DOROI ii v ATK1 NSON Doris It ndy Elsii Barn etti Anne Beard Fr ini es Beckner Elizabeth Bi n bi ■■. Alfred Best Evelyn Blacks e i i Anneti i- Mi an rON M k y Host Betty Bostic [Catherine Bra. y Elsie Lee Brake Nei Bridges Virginia Bryant ( iOLDE N BUCKLAND Kay Burleson Frances Canipe Virginia Clay Anna Bit i i Coffey Margaret Cowles Frank Crayton K i ii i i- EN Dai M h Lou Dedmon MAURK i I ' t: j: I N s MELVIN DAUGH rRIDGl Gretchen Duncan Steli v Dye Minnie Edwards Beulah Bryant Jackie Carho VY w i Church LALLA i AY ! .ni i m Iress Nell Curtis Rut ii Ervin Bi m m, ( JlBBS Louise Fisher Dona ( . i i HORAI l I il ' ID Thou as Graybeal Dwight ( Iruijrs l K I II A II ARHII.L Joii II arris Bru i Harrison France s Herman Virgi nia Holland Edna Holloway Lucille Icard i in Jones Elizabeth Jones Louisi Joni s Wilma Lee Lackey I - " i l -i l.i onard Lillian I.inney [dell Loudi k Elizabeth Lun eri oh Ethel McCann Ethel McDade Ellen McFall Edna McMii i an Betty Jani Miller Evelyn M [LLER Gaye Miller Elizabe in Mills Warren M i m ii hi, Mary Helen Moulin KatHBEINE Morris Virginia Morris Ila Deal Morrow CRAFTSMEN .1 UK ( IlRRS Bill !i n Howard GoodUAN Jerome Huneycu h T. B. Huneycutt Margaret I.a ki y I ' it PFORD I .ONG Algernon Neai Elizabeth Num. « Idessa Parks Flora Pittman Rose Pi I ASANT Pauline Pope Thelma Poteat Bern i i r Raj i y M mm i Rhynx Martha RlTCHII Alleen Robbi ns Edith Roberts W c m k Rom his Elmer Sin. i uk Lucy Sladb Ruth Smith Virginia Sm i i h R it ii Spoon Lois Starnes Porter Stiles Catherine Stybrs Ruth Sugi iWYN SUTHERI IND Gladys Terry Lucille Upton Edith Walker Eccles Wall James Wall Ren a White Louise Wii liams MEREL Wool EY Pearl York Grace You hg Daisy Lee Meai mam Myrtle Nam i Arthur Pharr Pauline Popi M m ■■!. R n M Fay Sale R urn Sin. •■. Vanda Willi KIR MASTER CRAFTSMEN ' CANDIDATES Virginia Bi m I. aura Carson Ruth Errs Karlon Gilliam Lucille Hartley Ann vbeth Jones Lucille Lopp Jennie Mar i i n Xell M cSw m n Elizabeth M ti leb Bernard M DRDOCH MASTER CRAFTSMEN Kathaleen Anderson Kyle Dickson i 0r01 ii y i ii km n I mi s Patterson I van Pearson Elizabeth SINCLAIR Daisy Williams Margaret Wray Luct Little ANTONIOS ANTONAKOS Diret f h i U ' 4 KM Violins: jack gibbs Lucy Little Cynthia Stiles Vista Lawson Anna Lena Cooper Clara porter Mary E. Douglas CHARLOT I 1 PARK! ! SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Gordon Nash, Director Cello: SARAH I EIGH ARMFIELD Piano: Warren Mitchell Trumpets : Bob Elliott Harm I ailor Charles Walters Baritone: Bernard Murdoch Clarinets: Fred Moore Blaine Gibbs Robert Spratt Buss : John Elam Drums: Wendall Wilson Martha Furches . PANTALONE PUBLICATIONS ; I Don ' t Miss the Appalachian-Cumberland Game Today XLbc Hppalacbtan Appal ction hi ■ KKiHT HUNDRED ENROLLED HERE RRHJE OF AW Kevi8» on lot !.„.»..- i ouvn e y »tude»ts CONTEMPORARY AMERICA! m R ■ ism I o £ ix3 CsMiss (Daisy Williams MAY QUEEN Hazel Plaster MAID OF HONOR SENIOR ATTENDANTS Virginia Nelson Louise Johnson Nell Mc Swain 2bh ■ - K Martha Garner Louise Grayson Katie Jean Rowe Joy Harris -- v r.4r JEETER LESTER SUPERLATIVES CyVfavis Smith ZMiss Appalachian Ervin Smart iMr. Appalachian Dwayne (Thompson ■ Most " Valua ble -Man Lucille Hartley " SMost Valuable Woman CAnn Jones A lost " Popular ADA LESTER SPONSORS oMrs. W. B. Gibbs Jack Gibbs Editor, The Rhododendron CyVfiss Jeanne Elliott Bob Elliott Business Manager, THE RHODODENDRON C Mrs. Cline Farthing Hal Farthing Editor, The Appalachian dMrs. D. C. Coon Ray Coon Business Manager, The Appalachian Q VLiss Louise York Arthur Pharr t, The Playbill QMiss Doris aileyT Blaine Gibbs Business Manager, The Playbill CsVfrs. Mildred W. Thompson Dvvayne Thompson President. The Senior Class QsMrs. John Lindsa William Lindsay President, The Junior Class Qjyiiss Louise Cress DVVIGHT GRUBBS Pn sident, The Sophomore Class Q Liss Louise Leonard Lawrence Hornfeck President, The Freshman Class SENIOR SUPERLATIVES fr -, v VIRGINIA Bl AM Cutest Curl RAY CLINE Bfsf Looking Boy Little A osI Talented ROSCOI BUCKLAND A osf Likely to Su MARC, AM I W ' KAV Most Dependable JACK GIBBS Wosf Cultured Man Virginia Holland Most Cultured Woman Bob Elliott Most Friendly Man VANDA Willi KER Most Friendly Woman Freddie Moore Greatest Lover | Man ) SARAH Leigh armfield Greatest Lover (Woman) John Mathews ( A I HERINE styers Best Dressed Woman Dwayne Thompson Most Influential Man I Ul II 1 I HAKI I IV Mosl Influential Woman ROVII AN ' ,i l I B«sl Athlete • Man) Edith Rudisii.i. Besl Athlete ( Woman) MYRLE Bolick Campus Wit BEAUX AND ERRORS COMMENCEMENT 1937 ( ' ompliments JERRY WILSON ' S BARBER SHOP Jerry Wilson, Prop. GIVE US A TRY SANITARY BARBER SHOP Under Carolina Pharmacy " It Pays to Look Well " Joe Crawford, Mgr. Pastime Theatre " The Place of Good Shows " Compliments of B oone Drug Go. The Rexall Store Phone 17 (i. K. Moose, Mgr. Carolina Pharmacy The Drug Store of Service mill Reliability Prescriptions We Deliver — Phone 47 Boone, N. C. CARO-JEAN COFFEE SHOP Room and Meals at Reasonable Rates Tourists Invited Mrs. L. D. Lowe, Mgr. Page One Hundred Ninety A.S.T.C BOOK STORE " Student Headquarters " Soft Drinks College Seal Jewelry and Pennants W. W. Mac Co. (Formerly Johnson-Stuart 5 10c Store) Opposite Boone Drug Co. Serving A. S. T. C. Students for 8 Years Boone ' s Favorite Dime Store Compliments of Spainhours Inc. Boone ' s Shopping Center Quality Merchandise always at the lowest possible price STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME LIFE SELECTS Appalachian ' s No. 1 Couple; Honors for 1 ndustry : " Yanks " ; Couple 99, and num- ber 2; A helpless goat, eh, with so much bull. Page One Hundred Ninety-one Compliments LOVELY LADY BEAUTY SALON Olive Tripplett. Mgr. (Over W. W. Mac 5 10c Store) We welcome the students to Boone- Make our bank your bank while here. The Northwestern Bank BOONE. N. C. TERRY ' S Quality peanut butter sand- wich, peanuts and potato chips B. L. TERRY CO. 1611 West State Street Phone 1751 Bristol, Va. ScHraffTs CHOCOLATES The Nation ' s Leading Candies And A Complete Line School Supplies and Materials Distributed by Moroan Brothers, Inc. Wholesale and Distributors 67 Broadway Asheville, N. C. Congratulations. Seniors! May it be easy for you to find your place in the world and we wish you prosperity and happiness. Pet Dairy Products Company Johnson City, Tenn. Compliments of NOLAND COMPANY, INC. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. HOMECOMING 1937 Page One Hundred Ninety two " H. M. S. PINAFORE ' A P Food Stores Compliments + T. M. Dunkley, Mgr. Congratulations Sen iors H. W. McMACKIN Repi ' esenting Smith-Higgins Johnson City, Tenn. Carolina Cafe and Hotel Boone ' s Finest SPECIAL DINNERS DANIEL BOONE HOTEL " In the heart of the mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway " Elevation 3333 J. B. McCOY, Manager BOONE, N. C. East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad Company REINS-STURDIVANT Funeral Directors BOONE. X. C. PHONE 24 AMBULANCE SERVICE NORTH WILKESBORO SPARTA WEST JEFFERSON BOONE Page One Hundred Ninety-three BELK-WHITE CO. We Sell it for Less BOONE, N. C. WALKER ' S JEWELRY STORE Watches, Diamonds, Rings, and School Supplies Appalachian State Teachers College Students Always Welcome Boone Trail Cafe Crude A Students Always Welcome JOE TODD ' S ESSO SERVICE Complete One Stop Service Main Street Phone 9105 Boone, N. C. LANDIS TIRE CO. Wholesale Retail Tires - Parts - Accessories Distributor of Purol Products Goodyear Tires Phone 28 Boone, N. C. HODGES TIRE CO. Wholesale — Retail Tires Retreading Vulcanizing — And Oils Boone, N. C. LIFE SALUTES: Prof. Antonios Antonakos. the designer and executor of the theme used in the l S Rllo DODENDRON. Bill Mitchell. the detail man " of The Observer Printing House, and Harry Curlcc. the " super proofer " deluxe M. P. Dunbar, candidlv .1 flatterer of feminine physiogo- nomy FLOTSAM AND JETSAM Page One Hundred Ninety-four Compliments Watauga Building and Loan Ass ' n. W. H. Gragg, Sec.-Treas. " Save the Building and Loan Way " Compliments MULLINS GROCERY CO. " Boone ' s Independent Grocery Stove " Compliments Watauga Democrat Compliments Daniel Boone Shoe Shop Compliments of SMITHEY ' S STORE " Great Bargain Givers " Boone, N. C. Let Us Equip You With Your Needs Stokers Furnaces Metal Kitchens Venetian Blinds Air Conditioning Tile Tex Flooring Weather Srtipping JOHN B. STEELE, Dealer HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA THE LANCASTER CO. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT - ARCHITECTURAL SPECIALTIES - ENGINEERING - SALES - SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS Johnson City, Tennessee ICK ' S CORNER: Born: Hiddenite, North Caro- lina. Record: Farmer, Democrat, Lochinvar, Publicist. Present Status: Afuedin ' with Miriam Glovier. " Conquering Catawba " Page One Hundred Ninety-five In the following scries of pictures you will see a pho- tographic record of the an- nual Halloween festival held on the Appalachian campus. The scene here gives you an idea of what the photographer found when he invaded the gym- nasium around 8:30. The costuming and the brilliant music of the Caro Lomes gave indescribable color to the party, not to mention the antics displayed by the majority of the party-goers, which even evoked laugh- ter and comments from the faculty. Compliments of PUGH HUTCHEN ' S MOTORS, INC. Ford Sales and Service Boonh. N. C. 02 o a (f j -» APPALACHIAN SUMMER SCHOOL College Credit — Certificate Renewal and Raising First Term — June 17 to July 16 Second Term — July 19 to August 26 New River Light and Power Co. BOONE. NORTH CAROLINA KIDD BREWER ' S CAFE " Headquarters Fur All Athletic Teams " Boone, N. C. Page One Hundred Ninety-six IN THE BOYS DORMITORY 1. The photographer invaded the boy dor- mitory just thirty minutes before the party began. Here the one " Red " Gilliam, poten- tial political big- wig, was surprised. Note the clock reads 7:27. 2. Ray Sills looks on while " strangler " Crooks puts the gloss on his Sunday best. Sidelines-observe the fine curtain, also the hole in the toe of the right sock-a touch of Americanism. 3. Fred Putnam submits to the eye-brow pencil, administered by his boudoir buddy, Milton Gaskill, Gaskill possesses an artistic hand much feared in the 125-lb. wrestling division. 4. These boys struck up a pose for the camera. That ' s " Hamlet " Huneycutt acting maliciously toward Russell McCollum while Allan I.athan throws out his chest for Will Kincaid. Kincaid. however, didn ' t appear at the party in this costume. 5. This picture was snapped up on third floor of Justice Hall in Joe White ' s room. Joe wears the femme outfit. Note the picture of Mae West in the left background, also the pictures hanging on the wall in upper right background. 6. Before the photographer left for the girls dormitories he caught the one Clifford Long examining his costume, a dress. Clif- ford has potted plants, beautiful pictures in his room among which we found a por- trait of Lou Dedmon (on the desk.) B. W. STALLINGS Official Time Inspector for Appalachian State Teachers College Boone, N. C. Summers Hardware and Supply Company JOBBERS OF Hardware, Mill Supplies, Etc. Johnson City, Tennessee " Six Meals Daily " Fur Health — Energy and Weight Control DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. West Jefferson, X. C. Bottlers of DR. PEPPER " Good For Life " Page One Hundred Ninety-seven LIFE GOES TO A PARTY (Continued) 1. Once in the dormitory the photographer didn ' t lack for camera subjects. Many beautiful maidens made themselves handy while the camera clicked merrily away. This colored family from the standpoint oi unity and originality, made an im- pressive showing at the party 2. At Appalachian the boys meet their girls in their respective dormi- tories. Here. Hal Farthing, genial editor of the Appalachian, ask Mrs. Hardin, the " keeper of the bees, " to inform Miss Mavis Smith that he has come for her. A minute or two later the couple joined the party of spirited students in the gymnasium. 3. A few minutes before the gym- nasium was invaded these girls were snapped in the hall. The buxom brunette on the right is wearing a dress belonging to her roommate and cohort. Myrle " Ton " Bolick. Cute girls on the left, eh? 4. A large group of party goers were caught as they were leaving Blan-Dolf for the gymnasium. Ob- viously, many in this group didn ' t feel a need for false-faces. APPALACHIAN STATE BP HEE TEACHERS COLLEGE BOONE, N. C. Devoted Exclusively to Teacher Training for Public Education in the South FULL SUMMER QUARTER One Hundred Ninety 5. In another room this picture of unusual interest was taken. While two girls help put the finishing touches on the costume of another. Miss Patrick, the friend of all students, displays her- self as Jane Withers. 6. Let ' s do the " Big-Apple. " 7. The one last reminder of the Halloween fanfare, the " clean-up. " 8. The party is over: matrons scurry yon and hither rounding up the femmes. It is hard to say good night. In the pic ture here " Hitler " takes advantage of his opportunities, yes! THE PHOTOGRAPHS In This Annual Were Made by luttbar nnb Sattiel incorporated 132 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH. N. C. 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