Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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APPAL • 1 ST-AT-E )W o C ■ H • I • A • N - ' SSiii i i i i l lll. ' ' r • ' in. ' iavre ;r i fc ij WBB L. ' yyji BBS ' ■■HBb. ' «L- . X I •! s « ERS COLLEGE Vy ' - A N VS.A , THOMAS DRAYBEfe£l Editor d es . - V 7 ' ; ■ . 4 E DlGATiON No ATTEMPT to revieic the recent progress of Appalachian would be complete icithout an effort to pay tribute to our most competent business manager. Mr. Barnard Dougherty. Rather than becoming the grim personality that a man who listens to the financial troubles of hundreds of others is apt to be. he has retained a cheerful disposition and a personal interest in all the students with whom he has come in contact. He always seems willing to listen to the troubles of any student, and to help him to the best of his ability, be he the lowliest freshman or the highest senior. Besides being imbued with the characteristics which make for a congenial personality, our business manager is at all times open-minded toward any project or activity which will open the way for the advancement and improvement of Appalachian. It therefore gives us a great deal of pleasure to dedicate, to you. Mr. Barnard. THE 1939 RHODODENDRON, with the hope that this will in some way help compensate for the invaluable services which you are rendering. Book One — The College Fire as used by the Blacksmith Campus Views Faculty Book Two — Classes The earth ptcturized by Grandl ulhir Mountain Seniors The Oak Juniors The Rhododendron Sophomores I ine in Rocky Ground Freshmen Seedlings Book Three — Athletics Water portrayed by Norris Dam Athletics for Men Mountain Mill Athletics for Women Dutch Creek Falls Book Four — Activities Wind as evidenced at Bloujing Rock Societies Soaring Haick Clubs . Ceremony Publications Smoke Signals Book Five — Features Natural Beauty of the Campus SnoiV The May Court Superlatives and Sponsors Clouds Few people fully appreciate the beauties of nature, especially those which are common experiences, made such by everyday associations. We. at Appalachian, are bountifully blessed with scenes, admired and praised by man since time immemorial, but we are prone to neglect recognizing them. For our theme we have selected scenes and activities found in our own western North Carolina depicting the manner in which nature in all her wonderful and varied forms derives her strength and beauty from the fundamental elements, fire, earth, water and air. THEME EXPLANATION In ORDKR to present the fundamental elements of nature, ive have chosen certain representative scenes and activities ivhich to us most appropriately portray these thoughts. To represent the College, a ' e have chosen Fire, for by its aid the products of the earth can be transformed into marvelous inventions. Just as the blacksmith makes shapeless iron into useful objects, the college lakes the untrained individual as the raiv material and molds and shapes him or her into a valuable finished product. The Earth, representing the Classes, is the home, hiding place, refuge, giver, and sustamer of all life. Likewise, the classes are the foundation and backbone of the college, without which it could not exist. Water, obeying the pull and urge of gravity, rushes to the sea. overcoming all obstacles that put them. ' ielves in its way. Athletes, obeying the urge of conquest, release their potential powers against all obstacles which present themselves in athletic contests. Like water, they may be momentarily stopped m their progress, but eventually burst forth, stronger and more powerful than ever. Air, in the form of wind, has tremendous power and can sway the most rigid structures. Student activities are the sway- ing force on the college campus and are the determining factor in Its success or failure. For our features we present a scene of Natural Beauty, pre- sented to us by King Winter himself, and delivered direct to the heart of our own campus . . . JS Bk mmM Watauga CAcademy CAdministration uildin lan - olf Hall College Cafeteria Library Z5he Columns iitiiiHB FACULTY Books to read, papers to grade, and FIRE for Coffee, to keep aicake . . . J. D. RANKIN A.B.. A.M..S.T.D. Dean — English Herman R. Eggers A.B.. A.M. Education J. M. DOWNUM A.B. Registrar Chapell Wilson A.B.. A.M. Director Demonstration Schools Wiley Smith Zed H. Burns Van Hinson E. S. Christenbury A.B..M.A.,Ph.D. B.S..M.S.. D.Ed. A.B. .M.Ed. A.B. ' . M.A. Psychology Education Education Principal High School. Education JOHN Howell Myrtle Brandon H. B. HEFLIN Kelly G. Miles B.S. B.S. .M.A. A.B. .M.A. B.S., M.S. ' rincipal — Elementary Elementary Education Education Education School Dorothy Miller A.B..M.A. Education Lee F. Reynolds B.S..M,A. Education MKS. J. liDVVIN RiVI-;KS A.B.. M.A. Education Rl in RoiilNSON A.B..M.A. Primary Education W. Amos Abrams Graydon p. Eggers A. J, GREIiNi; .Meta Swain I.iles A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D. B.A.. A.M.. Ph.D. English A.B.. M.A. English English English S. P. Colehour, jr. Gordon Nash Homer K. Co.mpion Virginia Wary A.B.. A.M. A.B. B.M. (deceased) B.M. English Music Voice Music JIUS Antonakos MAUDE EOLA CATHCART A. R. Smith Ida Belle Ledbetter B.S.,M.S. B.S..M.A. A.B.. A.M. A.B.,M.A. Physics Biology Chemistry Biology Mrs. Emma H. Moore Librarian Leonard Eury A.B.. B.S. inL.S. Lib. LAbranan a Allie Austin B.S. Librarian Louise Moore Library Science Joseph A. Williams Julian C. Yoder J. T. C. WRIGHT Starr N. Stacy A.B.,M.A. B.S.. MA. A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D. A.B.. M.A. Geography Geography Mathematics Mathematics — Geography D. J. Whithner A.B.. M. A. .Ph.D. History and Government J. HAROLD Wolfe A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. History and Sociology V. M. GRUBBS B.A.. M.A. Economics and Government VANCI- HoWl LL B.A.. A.M. History I . E. George l. sawyer AIJI TASHIRO Gene Wire B.S.. A.M..BD..DD. A.B,. M.A. B.S.inL.A. B.S. History History Landscape Architect Publicity Director History History Eugene E. Garbee B.S. .M.A. Physical Education Robert w. Watkins A.B. .M.A. Physical Education TnuR.sA .Ste;e:d B.S.. M.A. Physical Education Cleon Havnes A.B., M.S. Physical Education Kenneth w. Iversen Flucie Stewart Pierce O. Brewer Virginia Dare Strother B.S., M.A. A.B. A.B. B.S. Physical Education Athletic Director Coach — Football Biologii Glada b. Walker A.B.. M.A. Art Mrs. Cullen Johnson B.S. Art Lucy Brock A.B., M.S. Home Economics Carrie S. Smith B.A..M,.A. Supervisor of Reading Banard Dougherty B.S. Business Manager Mrs. Van Hinson Mrs. Gravdon P. Eggers Mary Williams A.B. .A.M. B.S. B.S. French Secretary to Dean Secretary to Business Manager Mrs. LiLLit-: B. Hardin Miss Jennie Todd Matron — New Dormilorii B.S. Supervisor oi Women Penmanship Mrs. Viola Odeli. Matron — Loctll Hall Cline Brav B.S. RuiUlinn SuotTintemUnl Tina H. Greer Secretary Chloe Greer . Mrs. D. C. Redmond Miss Berdine Chartier Secretary Secretary to Registrar Dietitian — Supervisor of Cafeteria BOOK II — CLA mmm m mhi mm mMm SENIORS Presenting the toicenng oak. possessing the strength and ivisdom of maturity, facing fearlessly all the ivinds that blow . . . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS George Powell Annette Blanton President Secretary JosEPHiNH Robinson Culver Dale Vice-Presideni Treasurer EVELYN JEANETTE ADAMS CONOVER, N. C. Primary Education Aslicvillc Teachers College (1, 2): Appalachian (.?. 4 ; Phila Ketian Liter- ary Society (.i. 41. President (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4). ' ice- President (4), Reirorter (4J : B. V. P. U. (3. 4), Group Captain (4): Cnnipfirc Clirls (4); White Hall Cluli (.i, li. VM. FRED ADDERHOLDT Hudson. N. C. Science and Mathematics Alpha Lambda Sigma (2. .1. 4); Luth- eran Students Association (1. 1, i) V. M. C. A. (i). GUS ANTONAKOS High Point. N. C. Mathematics and Science Playcrafters (1. 2. 3, 4). .Master Craftsman (2), Technician (2, .?, 4); Physics Assistant (2, 3, 4). GENEVA ARMSTRONG Mount Airy. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Campbell CnlieRe (1. 2}; Appalactiian (.1, 4 ; ' ernician Literary Society (4); B. S. U. Council (4); B. Y. P. U. (i, A): V. P. U. Presiilent (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3, 4 , Secretary (3), President (4); Lovill Club (3, 4). MRS. GRANT D. ASIIl.HY Boone. N. C. English, History, and l-rcnch Playcrafters (3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2); Le Cercle Frangais (4); .Methodist Club (I); Lovill Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2). DAISY AUSriN Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Page Thirty BEULAH BAIRD VALLE CRUCIS. N. C. Grammar Grade Education DORIS BANDY LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. (2. J. 4). Cabinet (2, 3. 4); Playcraflers (S. 4); Dynician Literary Society (2, 3. 4). Pianist (2. 4K Secretary (4); Rhododendron Staff (4): .Methodist Clul (2. o, 4). Vice- President (4): Whit? Hall Club (2); New Dormitory Club (, , 4); Junior Ministe iai Al ' .iance (3), CAROL BANNER Newland. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lees McRae College (1. 21; Appala- chian (5. 4): Dynician Literary Society (4); Playcraflers (41: Methodist Club (4); White Hall Club (4). MADGE BEAM Cherryville. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3. 4); Playcrafters (4); L. S. A. (1, 21: Y. W. C. A. (1, 4); White Hall Club (1, 2. 3, 4). Dr. w. Amos Abrams Faculty Adviser Page Thirty-one NANCY L. BEAM Shelby, N. C. Primary Education Ashcvillc Teachers CdIIckc {1. 2); Appalachian (3, 4) ; Thalian Literary Society (4); B. V. P. U. (4); Campfirc Girls (4); Cleveland County Clul) (41. ANNE BEARD HUNTERSVILLE, N. C. Primary Education Tliaiian l.iter.iry S(x:iety (1, 2, . 4); Home Economics Cluli (.1, 4); I ' lay- crafters (3): V. V. C. A. (1, 41; Presbyterian CInh (2. i). Treasurer (3); White Hall Cluh (11; New Dormitory ( ' lull (2. .!. 4). LILLIAN ALMA BECK Lexington. N. C. Primary Education l)ynici;in Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Critic (4); Playcrafters (1, 2); White Hall Clul) (1); New Dormitory Cluli (2, 3, 4;; Y. W. C. A. (3. 41; Lutheran Students Association (3, 4). MARY ELIZABETH BENBOW Oak Ridge. N. C. Primary Education Guilford College (I. 2); Appalacliiaii (3, 4); Playcrafters (3. 4); Thalian Literary Society (3, 4) ; New Dormitory Club (3. 4). I LOY BENFIELD Lenoir. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill Collesc (1. 2|; Appalachian (3. 4); Thalian Literary Society (4). AMOS BEST Bfs,semhr City. N. C. Mathematics and History Aljiha Sigma (lamma (1, 2); Gaston County Club (2, 3). Page Thirty-two EDDIE BINGHAM Boone, N. C. English and History Playcrafters (4) : Physical Education Major Club (I); Epworth League (1, 2. 3, 4). iMARY BINGHAM Boone. N. C. English and History Junior .Ministerial A lliance (3). RouTH Dixon Best Athlete (Woman) MARY ANNETTE BLANTON Lattimore, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Boiling Springs College (1. 2); Appala- chian (3. 41; Y. V. C. A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Playcrafters (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (4): Class Secretary (4) ; Student Council (4) ; May Court (J), Attendant; B. S. LT. Council (3. 4); Glee Club (3); A Capella Choir 4) ; B. T. U. (3, 4); Intramural Athletics: Lovill Club (3); White Hall Club (4). MRS. BLANCHE C. BLUE West Jefferson, N. C. History and English George Washington LTniversit} ' (1); San Diego State College (2); Appala- chian (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (3. 4); Playcrafters (4); Lovill Club (3). ) Page Thirty-three FRANCES BODENHAMER Winston-Salem, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (2. .1, 4t; Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Campfire Girls (4); Methodist Club; V Tiite Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, i. 4). MRS. JENNIE M. BOGER Concord, N. C. Grammar Grade Education KATHRYN BRACEY Rowland. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. . , 4), Treasurer (4). Censor (4): V. W. C. A. C2. 3. 4). Senior Cabinet (4); Appala- chian StalT (4): Presbyterian Club (.1. 4). Secretary (4 1; I ' laycrafters (.!); Lovill Club (U: New Dormitory Club (2. .V 4); Canipfirc Cirls (4i; Junior Ministerial Alliance (. 4). Secretary (4). H. MARSHALL BRADY Orlando, P la. History and English I ' niversity of Florida (1, 2, .1); Orchestra (1. 21; R. O. T. C; Appala- chian (4); Orchestra (4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (4). RUBY BRANNON Mill Sprincs, N. C. History and Physical Education BoilinK Springs College (1, 2); Appalachian (J. 4); Basketball (.i, 4); Intramural Athletics (4); White H.all Club (3. 4). VIRGINIA BRYAN r BOONK. N. C. English. History, and French riaycrafters (4) ; Lc Cercle Francais (4). Page Thirty-four JEAN LOUISE BUCHANAN Marion. N. C. Primary Education V. V. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4): May Court (2), Maid of Honor; Lovill Club (1. 2, .!). Miss Lovill (2); B. S. U. Council (2); Di ' nician Literary Society (1, 2, .1. 4). GOLDEN T. BUCKLAND Lanark. West Va. Science, Mathematics, and History Beckley College (1, 2); Appalacliiaii (. , 4): Managing Editor the RHODOutN- DRON (4): National Economics Club (4). ice-President (4) ; Scouters Training Corps (i. 4), Patrol Leader (4); V. M. C. A. (,1, 4); Appalachian Staff (4); Mathematics Club (4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (. 4). Secretary (J). ' icc-Presi- dent (4): Playcrafters (3, 4); Junior Marshal; I. R. C. (4). Earl Smiih Best Athlete {Man) CLIFTON BUMGARNER Crossnore. N. C. History and English Alpha Lambda Sigma (1); Int ramural Boxing (3, 4). LEOLA CAGLE Carthage, N. C. English and History Page Thirty-five VIOLA CAGLE Carthage, N. C. English ami History FLOY R. CANNON VlLAS, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Public School Teacher; Ten Year: LAURA ELLEN CARSON RUTHERFORDTON. N. C. Primary Education Playcrafters (1, 2. 3. 4); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4); Forensic Club (J): B. S. U. Council (1): Lc Cercle Fraiicais CI. 2); I.ovill Club (1, 2, 3). PEARL CHATHAM Kannapolis, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College (1. 2); Appalachian (3); Thalian I-ilerary Society (4). L. H. CHURCH WiLKESBORO. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Junior Ministerial Alliance, President (4); B. Y. P. U., President (4); Y. M. C. A, (4); Alpha Lambila Sixma (4); Forensic Club (4); Playcrafters (2, 4): Glee Club (1, 2); Wilkes County Club (1, 2). WAYNE C. CHURCH WiLKESBORO, N. C. Mathematics and Science Ali ha T.ambda SiKma. President (4t; Y. .M. C. A.. Vice-President (4); B. S. I ., Treasurer (4): ,Scoutcrs Train- int; Corps (2, 3. 4) ; Patrol Leader (4) ; RiionoDtNDRON Staff (4); Playcrafters, .Master of Properties (4); Glee Club (3); Forensic Club (3); B. Y. P. U., President (3J. Page Thirty-six MILDRED COBLE Greensboro, N. C. Primary Education Guilford College (1. 2. 3); Basketball (1. 2. 3); Hockey (1, 2. 3): A Capella Choir (1, 2. 3); Tennis (3); Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3). Council (31; Fine Arts Club (I. 2. 3l: Apfalachian (4); Thal- ANNA BELLE COFFEY BOONH, N. C. Primary Education Afpalachiaii Staff, Columnist (4); Playcrafters (3, 4); Thalian Literary Society: White Hall Club (1, 2, 3, 4); L. S. A. A. (1, 2, 3. 4), President (2). Secretary (1), Vice-President (4). ian Literary Society (4); (4); Playcrafters (4). V. V. C. A. Louise York Most Cultured Woman MARTIN COLE Salisbury. N. C. Mathematics and Physical Education Alpha Sigma Gamma (2, 4). Secretary (4); Playcrafters (41: Mathematics Club (4): Boxing (3 1: Wrestling (2); Football (2J : Intramural Athletics (2, 3, 4). MARGARET E. COLLIER Liberty, N. C. English and French Thalian Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4); Le Cercle Frangais (I. 2, 3, 4); Lovill Clul) (1. 2, 3. 4), Vice-President (4): V. W. C. A. (1. 2); Archery Club (3). Page Thirty-s?ven ADA COX jEFHhRSON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Phila Retiaii Literary Society (I. 2): Ashe County Cluli CI. 2): V. W. C. A. (1, 2). RUTH COX Newdai.e, N. C. Primary Ediicatmn Lees McRae C ' olleye (1); Ai iialachi;m (2, 3. 4). HAZEL MAli CRAFT WiNSTON-SALEM. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, A); Playcraftevs (J, A) ; White Hall Cluh (II; New Dormitory Cluh (2, 3); Y. V. C. A. (1. 2. 3). WILBUR R. CRAFT Chekryvilli:. N. C. History and Mathematus Footliall (L .!): Wrcsllius (2, .!, 41: Intramural Athletics (1, 2. 3. 41. W. R. CURLLE Marshvili.e. N. C. Science and History Wingate CulleKe (I. 21; (Jladstone Literary Society (I. 21; Basehall Man- ager (I): Appalat ' liia i (. . 4); Play- crafters (4 1; V. . l. ( ' . A. (4 1. CULVER DALE Spruce Pine. N. C. Mathematics and History Alpha Si ma (iamma (1. 2. .!. 4 1. President (4); Boxing .M;inager (3. 41; Forensic Club (3); I ' laycrafters (1. 3. 41; Class Treasurer (4); .Math CInh (4); Intramurals (3. 41; A Cluh (41, Page Thirty-eight m i BURRIS DAY RONDA, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Tennessee Wesleyan (1. 2). lOLA LEE DAY ROUGEMONT.N. C. Grammar Grade Education ■ ■ 1 J 1 1 i E T! f 1 1 ' 1! 1 ) ' i«!i% te 11 ii THOMAS GRAYBEAL Most Cultured Man KATHLEEN DAY Statesville, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mitchell College (1, 2); Appalachian (3, 4); Vernician Literary Society (4), Critic (4); Y. W. C. A. (.?, 4); Metho- dist Club a. 4); Playcrafters (3, 4); Lovill Club (.!. 4); Iredell County Club (4J. MARY WALLINE DECK Bessemer City, N. C. Primary Education Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4). Program Committee (3, 4); Presby- terian Club (L 2); Lovill Club (1); White Hall Club (2) ; New Dormitory Club (3 4); Gaston County Club {2. 3). Secretary (3). Page Thirty-nine MARY LOU DEDiMON Shelby. N. C. English and History Thalian I-iterary Society (1. 2, .1, 4), Secretary (.1). ' ice-Prt sitlcnt (i). Repre- sentative (4): li. S. I . Council (1, 2. 3. 4): Y. V. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); Playcraflers (1, 2. 3. 4). Program Chairman (4); Le Cercle Frangais (2). KYI.H DICKSON Silas Creek. N. C. English and History Business Manager, The Appalachian (4), Assistant (.il; Playcraflers (I, 2. 3, 4), Presiilent (4). ' ice-Presi(lent (.1); Alpha Sigma Ciamnia (1. 2. 3. 4). President (4); Appalachian Forensic Club (2. 3. 4), President (4); Sophomore Class President: Varsity Debater (.?, 4); Alpha Tau Kappa (4). ROU IH P. DIXON Rocky Mount, N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics Basketball, ' arsity (1, 2, .1, 4); Phy- sical Kducation Major Club (1, 2. 3 41, ice-President (2), President (4) Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4) Secretary (J); A Club (2, 3. 4) White Hall Club (1, 2); Volley Ball X ' arsity (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey, ' arsity (2, 3); Soft Ball, Varsity (4), SARA DOGGEir SlII-LIiY, N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (4) ; V. W. C, A. (4); I.ovill Club (1). President (I); Xcw Dormitory Club (2, 3): Cleveland County Club (I. 4i; B. V. P. U. (3, 4). HILDA LAKLR Chi-rkyvili.e. N. C. English and History Phila Reti. ' in Literary .Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), Representative (3, 4); V. W. C. A. (2); .Methodist Club. Secretary (3); While Hall Club (1. 2. 3), ' ice-President (2J ; Lincoln County Club (U, BLANCHE BERNICE HCHLRD ClIARLOlTE, N. C. Mathematics and English Queens Chicora College (1. 2, 3); Appatacliian (4); Th;ilian I-iterary .So- ciety (4); .Math Club (4 1; Lutheran .Students AssoL ' ialion (4), I ' resident (4); Y, W. C. A. (4). Page Forty SUE EUDY Albemarle. N. C. Primary Education BoiLng Springs (1); Appalachian {2. 3, 4): Phila Retian Literary Society (2); Y. W. C. A. (2); Methodist Club (4); Lovill Club (2); New Dormitory Club (4); Archery Club (4). LOUISE EURY Bessemer City, N. C. Primary Education A Capella Choir (4). Howard Kiser Most Dependable MELVIN FAIRLEY Gulfport, Miss. Physical Education and History The A Club (1, 2. 3. 4). Secretary (3), President (4); Varsity Football (1, 2. 3, 4); Track (1); Wrestling (1); Basketball Manager (4); Intramurals (1, 2, 3); A. H. S. A. Official (3). EVELYN FARMER Yancevville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education East Carolina Teachers College (3); Appalachian (1, 2. 4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2, 4). Page Forty-one BRUCH I AR 1 HING BOONH. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Intramural Succf r ; H. ' . V. I ' . RENA MAH PARTHING BOONb. N. C. Primarii Education I ' hila Kclian Literary Suciety (4); Playcraftcrs (- ' ); B. V. P. V.. Prtsi- lieiit (2). WHEELER 1 ARIHINC, VAl.LH CRUCIS. N. C. History, English, and French Kilitor-in-chiif, The Appalatliiaii 14). .Associate Kiiitur (.1); Prcsiiifut. V. M. - . A. (.n : Presitit-iit. Xatioiial Kcollo- niics Clul) (i): Vice-President. Inter- national Relations Club (4): Secretary, Alpha I-amljila Si nia (4); Student Council (4); ' icc-President of Class ( 1) ; li ' lto ' s iVho AmotiK Students in Atnerican Universities and Colleges (4). CYRUS lAW Millers Crkkk. N. C. Mathematics and Science Lincoln Memorial University (1); Appalachian (2, 3, 4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (4); Y. M. C. A. (2); B. Y. P. U. (2, 3, 4) : Scouters Training Corps (3, 4): Math Club (4). EUDEI.I, lOKMYDUVAI. Hai.lsboro. N. C. Physical Ed.. English, History V. V. ( ' . A. Cal)inet (I. .!. 41: Dyni- cian Lit. Soc. (1. 2. . . 4). President (41; .May Court (1. 4L Altenilant (II. Queen of May (4); B. S. V. Council (1. 2. 31; Physical Ed. Major Club (1. 2. 3, 4). ' . -President (4); HllopouKN- DBON StalT (41; Basketball .Manaiier (3. 4): A Clul) (2. 3. 4); olley Ball, Varsity (2, 3, 4); Hockey, ' arsity (2, 3, 4); A. H. S. A. Official. IRhNK tjRlMSLEY 1 OR f BOONL, N. C. History and Science Page Forty-two COLONEL FRANCIS C rumpler. N. C. History and Physical Education Alpha Sigma Gamma (4); Ashe County Club (2, 3); Intramural Basketball (2. 3, 4) ; Soccer Team (4) ; Intramural Athletics (2. 3, 4). CLEO FRYE Catawba, n. C. English and French I-e Cercle Francais (1. 2. 3. 4); ' ernician Literary Society (4); Play- crafters (4J. BEULAH FUNDERBURK Monroe, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. Choir (1, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3) ; Home Econo- mics Club (4); Vice-President (4); B. T. U. (3, 4): Lovill Club (1); White Hall Club (2); i e v Dormitory Club (3. 4 1. W THOMAS GRAYBEAL Lansing, N. C. Science and Mathematics Editor-in-Chief. The 1939 Rhododex- CROx; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (4) ; Student Council (4); Scooters Training Corps (3. 4). Assistant Scoutmaster (3. 4): Y. M. C. A. President (31: Alpha Lambda Sigma (2. 3. 4), President (3); -Math Club (4 1; X. E. C. (3. 4), Presi- dent (4); Appalachian Staff (3). MARTHA Ritchie Best Dressed Woman Ull Page Forty-three HOYLE GREENE New London. N. C. Mathematics and Hi ,tnrij PAUL GREENE Shelby. N. C. Mathematics and French BoMing Springs C ' oIIeK ■ (1. 2); AppaUi- chiaii (3, 4); Le Ccrcle FraJKais (,? . 4). Treasurer (4); Cleveland Cuuiity Clnli (41. President (4); Mathematics Clnli (4); Alpha I.amhda Sigma O. 4). Assis- tant Secretary (4), Critic (41; Intra- mural Athletics (,?. 4). lOM HAIGWOOD. JR. North Wilkesboro. N. C. Science and Mathematics l.ees . IcRae College (1. - ' 1; North Carolina St.ite College (3); Appalachian (41; V. M. C. A. (4); Mathematics Chill (4). WILLIAM HALYBURTON Stony Point, N. C. History and Physical Education Footli.ill (1, 2); Soccer (.!, 4): Basket- hall (1. 2, .1); Basehall (I. .1. 4); Tennis Manager (3, 4); Intramural Wrestling (I. 2, 3, 4): Boxing (1. 2); Delta Phi Sigma (3, 4), Vice-President (4). COLON C. HANCOCK Bear Creek. N. C. Malhenialics and Science MURRIHL HARMON Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Presbyterian Club (1); Honor Teach- ing (2). Page Forty-four MILDRED HARRELL Peppers. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. V- C. A.: Thalian Literary Society: Junior Ministerial Alliance (4). Vice- President (4); Presbyterian Clut (4j. President (4). MARTHA WILSON HARRILL RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. Primary Education Y. V. C. A. (2. 3. 4), President (41; Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Treasurer (3); Playcrafters (1, 2, . . 41: B. S. U. Council (3. 4) : May Court Attendant (4) ; Xew Dormitory Club (2, 3), Vice-President (2): Rhododen- DRo.N- Staff (4); Forensic Club (3). STANLEY HARRIS Sherwood. N. C. History and Mathematics Mars Hill College (1): Appalacliian (2, 3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Intramural Athletics (3, 4). BRUCE HARRISON Chicago, III. English and History JACK POTEAT Best Groomed Man Page Forty-five LOUIS HARTLEY VALI.ECRL ' CIS. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Assistant in EiiKlish (2, 3, 4); Xat- ional Economics Cluli (4); RnonoDF.N- Dliox Staff (4); .■ ' l ■;llUM Stair (4|. JAMES CONNOR HAWKINS Thomasville.N. C. Mathematics and History Campbell Jiminr College (1); Afpola- cluan (2, i, 4); Football (2. i, 41, All Xoith Slate (4); A Club (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Mathematics Club (4), President (4); Glee Club (2. ,1); A Capella Choir (4); Intranuiral Wrcst- liuR (,i); B. S. U. Council (.!). Y. (3); BANKS HEAFNER LlNCOLNTON. N. C. Grammar Grade Education M. C. A. (I. 2. i. 4), Secretary Alpha Lambda Sisma (1, 2. 3. 4), Secretary (3): Lincoln County Club (1). ROBERT STEVENSON HILL Statesville. N. C. Science and Physical Education Davidson Collesc (1. 2. .1): V. L C. A. (1, 2, 3); R. O. T. C. (1. 2); Appalachian (4); Y. M. C. A. (4), Chairman of Program Committee (4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (4) ; Iredell County Club C4J; Scoulcrs Training Corps (4). EVA JONES HOPKINS China Grove, N. C. Primary Education Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 4); H. Y. V. V. (1, 2. 3. 4): White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3. 4); Intra mural Basketball and Volley Ball (1, 2, 3, 4). STEPHEN HOUSER Bessemer Ci i y. N. C. Mathematics and Science Treasurer of Freshman Class; Alpha Sigma Gamma: Intramural Athletics; Playciafters CI); Wrestling (3). Page Forty-six PHIL HUDSON BiLOXI.MlSS. GLENN HULL Cherryville. N. C. History and Physical Education Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; Delta Phi Sigma (1. 2. 3, 4); Soccer (4); A Club (3, 4). T. B. HUNEYCUTT. JR. Granite Quarry, n. C. English and French Glee Club (1, 2. 3). Secretary (2): -A Capella Choir (4), President (4); Playcrafters (1, 2, 3. 41; Playbill Staff (3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (41; Alpha Sigma Gamma (I, 2); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4). LUCILLE ICARD Granite Falls, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Censor (2), Pianist (4), Corre- sponding Secretary (4); Playcrafters (3. 4); Lovill Club (1, 2); Methodist Club (4) ; Intramural Basketball (3. 4) ; Intramural Volley Ball (2, 3, 4). Etta Mills Most Friendly Woman Page Forty-seven JAMES P. INGRAM. JR. Statesville, N. C. History and Physical Education F(-H)tl)all atl:tKc■ (1, 2); Wrestling Manager (1. 2, ,!); IJelta Phi Sigma (4), Secretary (4); A Club (4); Intramural Soccer (4); Intramural Wrestling (.1, 4): Ircilill County Club (4), Secretary (4). HESSIE JAYNES Lenoir, N. C. English and History X ' ernician Literary Society (1. 2, i, 4). Chorister (2, 3), Program Chairman (.!); (;lee Club (.1); A Capclla Choir (4): B. Y. P. U. (2, .i. 41: Forensic ( liib (.1); Intercollegiate Debating (.U: ■S ' . W. C. A. Choir (2. 3, 41: Intramural Athletics (1. 2. i); Lovill Club (1. 2. ii; Student Assistant, Library and Library-Science (1, 2, .i. 41. il.MOrH JENKINS Lenoir. N. C. Primary Education Playcrafters; Home Economics Club. MRS. AMY H. JOHNSON Slll-RWCKDD. N. C. Grammar Grade Education BEN S. JOHNSON Miller ' s Creek. N. C. History and English Lincoln .Memorial L ' niversity (1, 2); International Relations Clnb; Y. .M. C. A.; Current Events Club; Af ptilachiiin a. 4); Wilkes County Club (.!). ELIZABE I H JONES FURCMES. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary .Society (1. 2. . , 4); Playcrafters (1, 2. 3, 4); Forensic Club (M; B. T. U. (I, 2, .!. 4); Y. W. C. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); Junior .Ministerial Alliance (2, 3). Page Forty-eight J RUBY KILPATRICK Concord, N. C. English and History Playcrafters (4); A Capella Choir (4); Thalian Literary Society (3, 4). ALENE KING Pinnacle. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, i, At: Home Economics Club (2. 3 ) ; Basket- ball (1, 2, 3, 4): Girls A Club (2, 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (2, 3, 41; White Hall Club (1); Y. W. C. A. (2. 4); Methodist Club (2); Intramural Volley Ball (1, 2, 3). ALICE KING Burlington, N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 4); White Hall Club (1, 2); Xc mitory Club (4). 2. 3, ■ Dor- WADE H. KINLAW. JR. LUMBERTON, N. C. History and English Presbyterian Junior College (1, 2) ; Appalachian (3, 4); Eastern Carolina Club (3). J. C. HAWKINS Most Friendly Man Page Forty-nine LOUISE KIRKMAN Boone, N. C. HOWARD M. RISER LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Forensics (4); Playcrafters (4); Y. M. C. A. (1, 4); Alpha Lambda Sisma (4); Gaston County Club (3); Intra- mural Soccer (4); Intramural Basketball (1, 2, 3. 4). MABEL KLUTTZ GOLD Hill, N. C. Primary Education Vernician Literary Society (3, Critic (3): B. Y. P. U. (2, .i. 4) S. A. (1): Lovill Club (1, 2. 3. 4), : L. 4); junicir Ministerial Alliance (3); Athletics (1, 2, 3). Intra MARY KLUTTZ Concord, N. C. Primary Education Y. V. C. A. (1. 2); Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2); Methodist Club (I, 2, 4); Intramural Athletics (4); Lovill Club (I, 2); New Dormitory Club (4); Archery Club (4). ELIZABETH KNIGHT ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. Primary Education MARGARLL H. KNOTT Oxford, N. C. Physical Education and French CoUcRc of William aiitl Mary (1); Appalachian (2, 3, 4) ; Physical Educa- tion Club (2, 3, 4); Secretary (4); Hasketlmll S(|uad (3. 4); Volley Ball, Varsity (3, 4); Hockey, Varsity (2, 3); Soft Ball, Wirsitv (4): A. H. S. A. Official (3); Lovill Club (2); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). Page Fifty REID LANEY HiLDEBRAN. N. C. Science and History FRANCES LATHAN Monroe, N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2) : Xew Dormitory Club (2, 3, 4); White Hall Club (1): Y. W. C. A. (2. 4); Methodist Club (1, 2): Intramural Basketball (1, 21. Helen Smith Cutest Girl LOUISE LEONARD Albemarle, N. C. English, French, and History Who ' s Who Among .Students in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges. 1939; I. R. C. (2. 3, 4), Corresponding Secre- tary (4); Rhododendron Staff (3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4), President (4); Y. V. C. A. (1, 2); May Court Attendant (2); Junior Marshal; X. E. C. (3, 4); Le Cercle Fran ais (1, 2, 3, 4). WILLIAM LINDSAY York, S. C. History and English Baseball (1); Wrestling (2); Alpha Sigma Gamma (1); President of Junior Class. LlilU.. Page Fifty-one REBECCA TAYLOR I ITTLE GASTONIA. N. C. Primary Education A Capclla Choir (4); Playcraftcrs (4); Orator (4). CLIFI-ORD LYNN LONG Lexington, N. C. English, French, and History Alpha Sigma Gamma (I, 3. . . 4), Treasurer ( ), Critic (4); Le Cercle Francais (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (.3); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, .1. 4); Class Treas- urer (3); Playcrafters (1, 2, 3. 4); Davidson County Club (1, 2), President (1); A Capella Choir (4). LOUISA MAL LOOKABILL Boone. N. C. Primary Education Lutheran Studftlls Association (4), ' iL-c-Presidcnt (4). LUCILLE LOPP LEXINGTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Plavcraflers (2. .!. 41. .Mistress of Properties (}); B. V. P. U. (31, Union Treasurer (3); .Mcthtxiist Club (1, 2. 3. 4 , Program Chairman (2, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3. 4), Treasurer (4); Y. V. C. A. (2. 3. 4), Choir (3. 4). Student Volunteer (I, 2, 3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (I, 2, 3. 4); White Hall Club (1, 2); New Dormi- tory Club (3, 4). OPAL LOWE Low GAP, N. C. French and English EUGENIA LYNN STATESVILLE. N. C. History and English Mitchell Colkne (1. 2); .Ipfalachiaii (3, 4) : Dynician Literary Society (3, 4) : Playcrafters (4) ; Home Economics Club (3. 4) ; Y. W. C. A. ' (4) : Metho- dist Club (3): Presbyterian Club (4); White Hall Club (3, 4); Iredell County Club (4). Page Fifty-tixo L. C. MAPLES VALLE CRUCIS. N. C. History and English Monitor of JiK tice Hall (4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (2), ' ice-President (2); Y. .M. C. A. (1, 2. S, 4), Secre- tary ii). President (4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (1. 2, i. 4). Secretary (3), President (4) ; Remedial English Assist- ant (4). MILTON MAST Boone, N. C. PnmarLi Education Melvin Fairley Most Handsome Man MARY C. McCOLLUM Madison. N. C. Primary Education Thalian l.ite-.ary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); B. Y. P. U. (2, 3. 4), B. S. U. pouncil (3. 4); Lovill Club (1. 2. 3, 4); ' Playcrafters (4). J. RUSSELL McCOLLUM Monroe. N. C. Mathematics and History Wingate College (1. 2): Appalacliiait (3. 4); Y. M. C. A. (4); Alpha Lambda Sigma (4); Mathematics Club (4). NHIf Page Fifty-three GLADYS LOUISE McCURDY Concord, N. C. Primary Education Y. V. C. A. (1, 3. 4). Cabinet (.i. 4), Treasurer (4); Thalian Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3), Recording Secretary (4) ; Presbyterian Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); May Court (4), Attendant (4); White Hall Club (I, 2); New Dormitory Chili (3, 4). ETHEL VELL McDADE Forest City, n. C. Mathematics and Science Mathematics Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Biology Assistant (3): Playcrafters (3); Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4); B. S. U. (I. 2. 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (3, 4); White Hall Club (1, 2); Intramurals (1. 2. 3, 4). GENEVA McMANUS Midland. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Chaplain (2), Vice-President (4); B. S. U. (2. 4); B. T. U. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 3, 4), Choir (4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3, 4); Playcrafters (4): I.ovill Club (1); White Hall Club (21; New Dormitory Club (3, 4). DAISY LEE MEACHAM Hamlet, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Playcrafters (2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (2. 3. 4); Presbyterian Club (I. 2. 3. 4); Vice-Presi Icnt (3); East Carolina Club (I. 2. 3), President (3); While H.dl Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2. 3, 4). MARY LOUISE MHLVIN RALHIGH, N. C. English and History Peace Junior College (1. 2); Current Kvents Club (2); Appalachian (3. 41; Th,-di;in Literary Society (3. 4); Y. W. ( ' . A. (4) ; Junior .Ministerial Alliance (3. 4); B. Y. P. U. (3, 4); Lovill Club (3); Playcrafters (4). PAULINE MICHAEL SOUTHMONT. N. C. Primary Education I.ovill Chib (I, 2. 3]; Methodist Club (4); Dynician I-iterary .Society (1. 2. 3. 4); Davidson County Club (2. 3); .New Dormitory Club (41. Page Fifty-four LOREAN FAY MILLER Boone, N. C. History and English Campfire Girls (4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (4); Ashe County Club (1, 2); Junior Ministerial Alliance (2, 3). MARTHA ELIZABETH MILLS Charlotte. N. C. English and French Wingate Junior College (I. 2) ; Apf ala- chian (3, 4); Playcrafters (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Y. W. C. A. Choir (4): Junior Marshal (3); Methodist Club (4); Le Cercle Fran ;ais (4); Vernician Literary Club (4); Lovill Club (3, 4). JOSEPHINE Robinson A os( Influential Woman ETTA MILLS Hudson, N. C. Grammar Grade Education ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2); B. Y. P. U. (1, 2. 3, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3, 4), Secretary (4); Creative English Club (2); Lovill Club (1); New Dormi- tory Club (3, 4) ; Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4). WARREN C. MITCHELL. JR. Appalachia, Va. Mathematics and History Symphony Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Cara Lomes Orchestra (1, 2, 3); Playcrafters (1, 3). Page Fifty-live HARRY Z1MMI:RMAN MOCK Lexington. N. C. History and Mathematics Mathematics Club (4); Tennis Team (. ' . -1). LENNIE MORRIS Nealsville.N. C. Primary Education HERMAN MAXWELL OWENS Caroleen, N. C. French and History International Relations Clu!) (2, 3, 4); National Economics Club (4), President C4); Apfalacliiau Staff (2, 3. 4); Le Cercle Fran(;ais (1, 2); Alpha Sigma Gamma (1, 2). ODESSA PARKS RlilDSVlI.l.E. N. C. History and French Phila Retian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4). Treasurer (J): Y. W. C. A. (I, 3, 4): B. Y. P. U. (1); B. S. U. Council (3J, CorrcspondinK Secretary (3): Lc Cercle Krangais (1, 2, 3, 4); Jlome Economics Club (3); Junior Marshal; While Hall Club (U; New Dormitory CInb (2. 3, 4); Play- crafters (3), MAE SUE PEGRAM Greensboro, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Guilford ColleKe (1); W. C. U. N. C. (2): Cornelian T.iterary Society (2); Appalachian (3, 41; I.ovill Club (3, 4); ernician Literary Society (3, 4J ; B. Y. P. U. (3). RACHEL PERKINS GOLDSBORO, N. C. Grammar GraJi- Education Page Fifty-six GLENN PERRY Jov, N. C. Mathematics and Science Alpha Sigma Gamma (1. 2. 5, 4), Secretary (3). ice-President C4); Mathematics Club (4); Scouters Train- ing Corps (2); Intramural Athletics (1. 2. }. 4). MRS. VERGIE C. PERRY Boone. N. C. . Grammar Grade Education RICHARD PETERSON BURNSVILLE. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Scouters Training Corps (1. 2). Patrol a Leader (2); Alpha Sigma Cainniai . fxtW 3); Appalachian ' S,jfjt ' u ' ' ' ' O i a CHRISTINE PEARSON Bessemer City, N. C. Primary Education Asheville Teachers College (1. 2); skine College (3): Appalachian (4); ernician Literary Society (4) ; Junior misterial Alliance (4). George Powell Most Influential Man A « Page Fifty-seven JACK POTEAT Makion. N. C. Mulhematics and History Mathematics Clnlp (41; Football (I, 2. I: BoxiiiK (1. J, .U; Drfta Phi Sigma. GEORGf-; P. po vi:i I. CHAKI.OTIK. N. C. Pbysuiil Education and History Stiuient Council (4); Delta Phi Sifiina (1. 2. 3. 4). President (4). Secretary (J), Treasurer (3); Basketball (1. 2. 3); Football Manager (1. 2. 3, 4). Senior Manager (4); Supply Manager (2. 3. 4); A Clul) (4); Senior Class President. EDITH GRACE PRATT VlNSTON-SALi;. t. N. C. English and History Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 41; .May Court (4). Maid of Honor (4); Intramural Athletics (I. 2. 3, 4); New Dormitory Club (4); Methodist Club (I. 41; While Hall Club (1); Y. W. C. A. (41; Volley Ball (I. 2, 4); A. II. S. A. Official (41. FRED M. PUTNAM WACO. N. C. History and Physical Education Y. M. C. A. (I, 2. 41; Delta Phi Sigma (1. 2. 3, 41; .Soccer (41; Basket- ball (41. KEITH REDMOND New Hope. N. C. History and Enylish DEMA REEVES Eaurel Springs. N. C. Grammar Grade Education I ' hysical Kducation M;ijor Club (1); White Mall Club (I, 2): New Dormitory Club (.1. 41; ' ernician Literary .Society (1. J. .!. 41. Censor (41; Ashe County Club (I, 2). Page Fifty-eight AGNES RHYNE Charlotte, N. C. Grammar Grade Ediuattun Vernician Literary Society (L 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3); National Econo- mics Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3); Presbyterian Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), Cabinet (2); Lovill Club (1. 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4); Caniptire Girls (4). MARTHA JANE RITCHIE New London, N. C. French and English PfeitTer Junior College (1); Appala- chian (2, 3, 4): Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francais (2, 3. 4), Vice-President (41; Y. W, C. A. (2, 3. 4); Playcrafters (31; May Court Attendant (2); Junior Marshal; White Hall Club (2); New Uormitory Club (3, 41. JOSEPHINE ROBINSON West Jefferson, N. c. English and French Student Council (4); Dynician Liter- ary Society (2. 3, 41. President (41; Appalachian. Staff (3, 4). Managinj Editor (41; International Relations Club (3, 41; Le Cercle Frangais (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); Class Vice-President (4); Ashe County Club (1, 2, 3), Vice- President (1). MRS. LORRAINE M. ROBINSON Lenoir. N. C. Primary Education Phila Ketian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Treasiu-er (3), Critic (4); Assist- ant iNIatron ( 1 ) ; Ashe County Club (1, 2, 31, Secretary (2), Treasurer (31; White Hall Club (1); New Dormitory Club (2, 3). William Lindsay Most Intellectual Page Fifty-nine MAR ' UH rrv SHEPHERD Dlkham. n. C. Mathcnjutus and History Caniiil t;Il Cullcgc (]. 2); Woman ' s College. I ' niversity of North Carolina i. ) ; Appalarliian (4): Vcrnician Liter- ary Society (4); Forensic Club (4); Orator (4): Matlitmatics Club (4); B. S. C. (4). GLEN SHIDAL VALH.N. C. Physical EJiuation — History Delta Phi SitjnKi (1. J. ,i. 41; Foot- liall ( n : Basketball ( 1 ) : Playcrafters (4 1; Soccer (4). LOUISE SHOAF LKXINCiTON. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynici;iil Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4]; White Hall Club (1. 2); New Dormitory Club (.i, 4); L. S. A. (1, 2); I.e Cercle Fran ais (1. 2, 3); Davidson County Club (I, 2. 3). President (2). GRACE SIMPSOiN GLtN Ravhn. N. C. English and History EARI LAWRENCE SMLLH Di cATCK, III. Physical Education and History Football (I, 2. ,!. 4); Basketball (1); Track (2); Boxing (.1); A Club (I, 2. 3, 4). HELL:N SMLLH MOORKSVILLE, N. C. Grammar Grade Education V. W. C. A. (4): Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); White Hall Club II. 2, 3. 4). Vice-President II. 41. I ' rcsident (2); Presbyterian Club (11; Ire lell County Club; May Day Attend- ant (4). Page Sixty ANNIE FRANCES SPILLMAN MOCKSVILLE. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4); Lovill Club (1. ,2, 3. 4); Y. V. C. A. (4), Student Volunteer: B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 4); Hockey Team (2); Intra- mural olley Ball (1, 2, 3, A). CHARLOTTE STARNES Hickory, n. c. Grammar Grade Education Junior Ministerial Alliance (4), Treas- urer (4); Catawba County Club (1, 2); B. Y. P. U. (2. i. 4); Church Vo ker (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Dynician Literary Society (4). Walline Deck Most in Love (Woman) NAOMI STEELMAN YADKIN Valley, n. C. Grammar Grade Education AILEEN SCISM STOKES Kings Mountain, N. C. English and Mathematics Page Sixty-one ELOISE STROUPE Fallston, N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (2. . 4); While Hall Cluh (1); Xcw Dormitory Club (21; I.ovill Cluh (.t. 4); B. T. V. (1); Clevclaml Couuty Cluh (1. 2. 4). BYRON STUART Ashland, N. C. English and French Lees McRae College (I. 2): AfpaUi- Man (i. 4); Varsity Basketliall (.!, 4); Tennis (3. 4): A Cluh (,!. 4); Ashe County Cluh. I ' rcsiilcnl (.!)■ HAI.LIE STROUPE SWEATT CHERRYVILLE, N. C. Primary Education East Carolina Teachers CoUcKC (1); Appalachian (2. i, 4). ROSE SWOFEORD Lhaksville, N. C. Primary Education Lees McRae CoUeRe (1 ; Appalat ' liian (2. 3, 4); Vernician Literary SrKriety (3. 4); Methodist Cluh (2. .1. 4); I.ovill Club (2, 3); White Hall Club (4|. HAZEL LEE TAYLOR Laurel Springs, N. C. Grammar Grade Education rhila Retian I-ilerary .Society (1, 2, .!. 4). Prcsirlent (4); hite Hall Club (U; .Vew Dormitory Club (2. 3. 41. GLADYS TERRY SiLER City, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Campbell ColUne (1); Apfalachiati (2. i, 4); Thalian Literary Society (2. .!. 4), Critic (.(), Vice-President (4); V. W. C. A. (2. i, 4). Cabinet (.1, 4), Choir (.1. 4): B. S. V. Council (.!, 4). Director of B. T. U. (. ' ). President (4); I ' laycraflers (J, 4) ; Junior Ministerial Alliance (.!, 4), President (3), Reporter (.1). Pianist (41; Campfire Girls (4); New Dormitoy Club (2, 3, 4). Page Sixty-two E. S. THOMAS, JR. Franklinville. N. C. Physical Education and History International Relations Club (A) : Alpha Sigma Gamma (4): Basehal! Manager (1); Soccer (2, 4); Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4). LOLA THOMAS Monroe, N. C. Grammar Grade Education International Relations Club (4); Secretary of Class (2); Appalachian StaflE (3 : Rhododendron Staff (4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4), President (4), Treasurer (4); Y. W. C. A. (I. 2); Lovill Club (1); New Dormi- tory Club (2, 3, 4). BLANCHE TOWNSEND Boone, n. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4); V. W. C. A. (1); Lutheran Students -Association (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2); Lovill Club (1, 2): White Hall Club (3). GLEN LOGAN TROUTE Forest City, N. C. History and Mathematics Alpha Sigma Gamma (1, 2. 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3): Math Club (4). 1 s Amos Best Most in Love (Man) Page Sixty-three JAMES H. TUCKER Mount Holly. N. C. Mathematics and History It ' Iio ' s ti ' lio Aniunn Students in Ameri- can I ' niversities and Colleges i3) ; Stu- dent Council (-M ; International Relations Club (.1. A): BioloKy Assistant (2); National Economics (iub (. 4); Mathe- matics Cluli (. ' , 4). President (41; Alpha I.amtida SiKma (.1, 4); A Chili (,!. 4); Tennis (I. 2). EDITH WALKER Boone. N. C. Grammar Grade Education International Relations Club (2. -?, 4); ' ernician Literary Society (2, i. 4); Le Cercle Fran ;ais (2, .1); Creative English Club (2, 3, 4): Playcrafters (2, 3). JAMES V. WAEl. MOCKSVILLH. N. C. History and English Business Manager, 1939 RiloitonEN- DKox (4), Assistant (.U; Chairman of Student Council (4): I. R. C. (.!. 4), President (4); Intercollegiate Hebator (3. 4): Alpha Tau Kanpa (4); Play- crafters (2. 3. 4); Il ' ho ' s Who Among Students in American I ' niversities and Colleges (4); N, E. C. (2, .1, 4), Presi- dent (,!). CHARLES B. WEAVER LANSING, N. C- English and Mathematics Lees McRac Junior College (1, 2); Class President (2); Duke I ' niversity (3); Appalachian (4)- VIRGINIA WEBER Statesville, N. C. Science and History Thalian Literary Society (I): Student oluntcers (1); Y. V. C. A. (1). HUGH S. WHITE Union Grove, N. C. Mathematics and Science V. .M. C. A. (4): Alpha Lambda Sigma (4); .Malhimatics Club (4). Page Sixty-four MRS. D. J. WHITENER Boone. N. C. Primary Education A Capella Choir BERNICE WHITESIDES Shelby, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Boiling Springs College (1, 2l; Appalachian (i. 4); Lovill Club (.!J; Thalian Literary Society (3, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (3); B. Y. P. U. (3, 4); Cleveland County Clul) (4); New Dormitory Club (4). GEORGE S. WILLIAMS Yadkinville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Glee Club (1, 2). Annette Blanton Most Versatile MAUDE WILLIAMS Mabel, N. C. Primary Education Page Sixty-five ESSTOYA ANNK WIl.I.IS Mars Hill, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College (1. J); Wake Forest Summer School (.V); Appala- chian (4). MARGARET WILSON NEBO.N. C. Grammar Grade Education Asheville Teachers College (1, 2); Appalachian (.1, 4) ; Dynician Literary Society (3. 4); -Methodist CUih (3. 4); White Hall Club Li. 4) (3); V. V. C. J( (o WENDAL T. WII SON Antwerp. N. Y. Mathematics and Physical Education Baschall (1): Basketball (}): Band (1. 2. 3); Orchestra (1. 2, 3); Cara I.omes (1, 2, 3); Appatacliian Staff (2, ic-Cljjt — 3), Sports Editor (.!) ; Khououemiron - Staff (.i, 4), Athletic Eilitor (4); News , CARSON WOOD Barium Springs, N. C. History and Physical Education Footliall (1. 2); Wrestling (1, 2. 3. 4), Captain (4); A Club (2, 3. 4); Baseball (1); Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4); Alpha Sigma Uamma (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4). LHN B. WOODRUEF HAYS, N. C. Science and Physical Education A Club (3, 4); Boxing (1. 2, 3, 4); Football (1, 2); Library Assistant (1, 2, 3). CHARLES OLIN WRICII 1 Boone, N. C Mathematics and Science riaycrafters (2); A Cai ella Choir (4): Glee Club (3); Playbill Staff (4); B. S. v. (4); B. T. U. CD; Baptist Church Choir (2). Page Sixty-six LOUISE YORK Mount Airy, N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (3. 4); Home Economics Club (3. 4 ; Y. W. C. A. (4); White Hall Club (1); New Dormi- tory Club (2, 3, 4). PEARL YORK Staley. N. C. Primary Education Vernician Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4), Chorister (2, 3), Chaplain (2): Play- crafters (3. 4); B. S. U. (1. 2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 4); Y. V. C. A. Choir (3. 4); Campfire Girls (4); Home Economics Club (4). Secretary (41: Lovill Club (I. 2. 31; Xew Dormitory Club (4); Intramural Athletics (4). GRACE OLIVE YOUNG Bakersville, N. C. Primary Education Pfeiflfer College (1, 2); Apfalacliian (3. 4): B. T. U. (3); Playcrafters (3); Lovill Club (3). VIRGINIA YOUNT LiNCOLNTON, N. C. Grammar Grade Education 3, Dynician Literary Society (1 4); Lutheran Student Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Campfire Girls (4); Lovill Club (2, 3. 4). Louis Hartley Most Likely to Succeed Page Sixty-seven JUNIORS The Rhododendron, though lucking the size and maturity of the oaft. always green and attractive, doing its part to brighten up the landscape, even in the dead of winter. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS George Corn President Margarht Rhyne Secrelary il.sii- 1,1 I Braki; reci.sLirer ' i diiiBl l KINS avi;rs ba ;bv Rali ' ii Abornethy Connelly Springs. N. C. Anni-; Adams Sherwood, N. C. Hiram Adkins Walnut Cove. N. C. Mr.s. W. D. Ai,1,1:Y Mounl Airy. N. C. Franci-s Andi-r.son Winston-Salem, N. C. John Anderson Asheville. N. C. Elizabeth Arhv Statcsville. N. C. Haziu. Austin Laurel Springs. N, C. l.ii.A .Austin N. C. LuLA Atkins Ramsey Town, N. C. Jami-s Cari. Ayers Avondale. N. C. Sybil Bagby Elk Park. N.C. Page Seventy-two Henry Bagget St. Stephens. S. C. Lucille Baker Bakersville, N. C. Margaret Barlow Trade, Tenn. Eleanor Barnett Huntersville, N. C. Dewey Barnhill Barium Springs. N. C. Leitha Beam Grouse. N. C. Thelma Beam Cherryville, N. C. David Black Waco. N. C. Tom Black Piney Creek. N. C. Neal Blair. Jr. Boone. N. C. ftm Beatrix Blanton Lattimore. N. C. Leafybelle Blanton Gastonia. N. G. tfH BL. I1 U. BLAMON L. BLANTON Page Seventy-three ii F u m M() uosiu: liK KI Roy Russell Blanton, Jr. Forest City. N. C. Bl-TTY BOSTIC Moorcsboro. N. C. Elsih Lee Brake Rocky Mount, N. C. ROBHRT BROOMH Mnrion. N. C. Mrs. M. G. Bumcarnlr Crossnorc. N. C. Dorothy Bunch Ashcville. N. C. Edith Louise Burleson Plumirtv. N. C. Kathi-rine Burleson Plumtrcc. N. C. AziLE Burns Goldston. N. C. Elizabeth Burnside Greensboro. N. C. Josephine Bradley Vilas. N. C. Robert Brewer Greenville. N. C. BURNSIDK l(K AI)LI-: UKIWI-U Page Seueniy four Erma Bridges Mooresboro. N. C. WiLMA Bridges Bostic, N. C. Kathleen Byrd Erwin. N. C. Lucille Campbell Hiddenite, N. C. Jackie Carico Boone. N. C. Edwin Carter Danville, N. C. Madge Carter Bald Creek, N. C. R. B. Castellow Aulander. N, C. H. M. Christensen Banner Elk. N. C. Garnet Clark Lansing. N. C. Lalla Clay Boone, N. C, Gwendolyn Clodfelter Thomasville, N. C. CI.VRK CI ODII-l ri-R Page Seventy-five Lloyd E. Collins Stuart, Va. George Corn Lexington. N. C. V. MOZELLE COSTNER Lavvndale, N. C. Annabell Council Durham, N, C, Lucy Cowles Boone, N. C. Margaret Cowles Lenoir, N. C. John Crisp Candler, N. C. Louise Cress Salisbury, N. C. Robert Bailey Davis Areola, N, C. Grip Daugherty Smithfield, N. C. Sarah Rosalie Dearmin Hlk Park, N, C. Diana Lynn DiLapp Lexington. N, C. Page Seventy-six OO ' Mary Ethyl Douglas Statcsville, N. C. Pauline Douglas Statesville. N. C. Gretchen Duncan Lawndale. N. C. Stella Dye Ruffin. N. C. Fred Edwards Barium Springs, N. C. Elizabeth O. Eubanks Marshvillc, N. C. Cecelia Ann Farlow Sophia. N. C. Jekolia Reeder Francis Kannapolis. N. C. Louise Fisher St. Pauls. N. C. William S. Franklin Crossnore. N. C. Don Gaffney Blacksburg. S. C. Madge Gambill Grumpier, N. C. FRA.NKI.l.N c;. FNK-i- GAMBIIJ, Page Seventy -seoen Martha Garnhr Raleigh, N. C. Milton Gaskill Washington. N. C. Iris Rosii Gibson High Point, N. C. Ruth Gibson Marion, N. C. Chcii. Gli-nn Vilas, N. C. Horace J. Good New Florence, Pa. Hhlen Gragg Boone, N. C. Gladys Gravbhal Fig, N. C. Margaret Greene Greenville. S. C. Mary Helen Greene Boone, N. C. Mabel Virginia Greer Boone. N. C. Mary Griimth Winston -Salem, N. C. M. II. i,i i:k. k c;i i.i;k (.Hill nil Page Seventy-eight DWIGHT GRUBBS Mocksvillc. N. C. Mrs. Eleanor C.Hagaman Banner Elk. N. C. Clyde Harding Chocowinity. N. C. Edith Jane Harrington Taylorsville. N. C. Rachel Harris Wake Forest. N. C. Louise Hayes Purlear, N. C. Mary Lillian Haynes Lewisville. N. C. Elizabeth Heade Hiddcnitc. N. C. Boyce Helms Marshville. N. C. Alice Carr Hendricks Salisbury. N. C. Dellma Hensley Swiss. N. C. Mrs. Onabee Hickey Postell. N. C. HENDRICKS IIE.NSLB ' I Page Seventy-nine H. HICKI ili III i| 1 l) 1 nil 1 iioniii i if ie m ' J; ' • 1 ' ' l x Jf| 1 2 Lfj Tmt ■mH Miil.l,A.M) 1IU1.1.(»V AV Ruth Hickhy Suit. N. C. Eric Hill Timberlake. N. C. A. L. HODDOR Braddock. Pa. SuL Nell Holladay Albemarle, N. C. Louise Holland Olin. N. C. Vivian Holloway Mount Airy, N. C. John Edwards Hollowfli. Greensboro, N. C. Ned Honeycutt Mooresville. N. C. Francis Hoover Statesville, N. C. Ennis Houck Boone. N. C. Ruth Howard Fayeltcville. N. C. Frank G. Hoyle Cherryville. N. C. ii()ri;k MOW I 1) IIOM I Page Eighty Louise Hudgins Winston-Salem, N. C. Mary Hudgins Winston-Salem, N. C. Maxine Hughes Elk Park, N. C. Jerome Huneycutt Southmont. N. C. Byrd Isbell Lenoir, N. C. Rachell Jenkins Shelby, N. C. Kenneth L. Johnson Elizabethtown. N. C. Ruth M. Johnson Dehart, N. C. Dorothy Hope Jonas Vale, N. C. Annabeth Jones Shelby, N. C. Thad Jones Catawba, N. C. Howard Kimel Winston-Salem, N. C. HUM CUTT ISIil I I .V. JfXNIiS T. JONHS KIMF.l. Page Eighty-one ■ -y ' v- Mm Blanche Kiser Lincolnton. N. C. R. B. Knox Huntcrsvillc. N. C. Vista Maxine Lawson Winston-Salem. N. C. Robert P. Long Forest City. N. C. Idell Lowder Albemarle. N. C. Elva Irene Maney Burnsvilie. N. C. Lisette Martin Boone, N. C. LUCIENNE MASSEY Harrisburg. N. C. Mary E. Maynard Lenoir. N. C. Virginia McCai.l Marion. N. C. Marshall McClure Clifton. S. C. David L. Wentworth. N. C. McCALL MiCLl Ri: McCOI.I.lM Page Eighty-tivo Mary McCurry Marion. N. C. Ellen McFall Hickory, N. C. Ruth McGuire Todd, N. C. Mildred McKinney Bakersville, N. C. Thelma McKinney Harris. N. C. Catherine Mills Charlotte, N. C. Mary Virginia Mitchell High Point, N. C. William Mitchell Leaksville. N. C. Martha Monteith Huntersville, N. C. M. kINM I l KiWI Mil I M. MIICIII I I W. U ICIII I I l |( IN III I II Mary Elizabeth Monteith Huntersville, N. C. Betty Modlin Lincolnton. N. C. James Claude Moore Asheville. N. C. M. K. MONTKmi MODI.IN MOORR Page Eighty-three M( )R r( )N MlSSl-l WIIITI- NADI-Al Jack P. Morton Lilcsvillc. N. C. R. T. MUSSELWHITH. Jr. Lumberton. N. C. ANDRt Joseph Nadhau Claremont, N. H. Elizabeth Neal Reidsvillc, N. C. Mattie Needham Star. N. C. Mabel Ruth Norris Zionville, N. C. George A. Parrlsh Wilson. N. C. ViRciiNiA Parrlsh Winston-Salem. N. C. Jennie Lowe Peebles Advance. N. C. Dorothy Pegram Greensboro. N. C. Anna Pell Pilot Mountain. N. C. Sara A. Penninger 1 exington. N. C. I ' I .K AM i ' i:i.i Page Eighty-four Ralph Perry Boone. N. C. Margaret Pittman Ruby. S. C. Clara Hunter Porter Lincolnton. N. C. Cecil Poe Winston-Salem. N. C. Howard Purgason Mayodan, N. C. Louise Quackenbush Graham. N. C. jMary Sue Ramseur Bessemer City. N. C. Geraldine Redding Rural Hall.N. C. HiGHT Redmond Boone. N. C. Jean Reynolds Shawboro. N. C. Margaret Rhyne Lincolnton, N. C. Richard Rogerson. Jr. Edenton, N. C. KKVNOI.DS rh m; ROGtRSO.N Page Eighty-five Hazel Saine Vale. N. C. Beatrice Satterwhite Granite Falls. N. C. CULOS Sl-TTI.E N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Geraldine Setzer Winston-Salem. N. C. Ord Shomaker Banner Elk. N, C. Francis B. Shore Cana. N. C. Jessie Sifeord Stanley. N. C. C. Rav Sills Harmony. N. C. Fred Sink Lexington. N. C. Fred Smith Linwood. N. C. Pearle Smith Southmont. N. C. BiLLEY Snow Pilot Mountain. N. C. 1-. smith I ' . SMIIll SNOW Page Eighly-six )PS Ruth Spoon Burlington. N. C. Jennie Akard Spurgeon White Pine. Tcnn. Dorothy Stacy York, S. C. Lois Starnes Stem. N. C. Mada Steele Hickory, N. C. Charles R. Stone Slier City, N. C. Martha Stonestreet Winston-Salem. N. C. Kate Stroup Gastonia. N. C. Myrtle Stroupe Waco, N. C. Ruth Suggs Gastonia, N. C. J. Lewis Swofford Boone, N. C. Stella Tate Marion. N. C. l ;r,? , M ■ m H 1 —- l (;(;s s vor-|()Ri) rAii- Page Eighty m ven MiLDRHD Taylor Sparta. N. C. Gri:i:i.i-v Tkague Kings Creek, N. C. Hazel Teague Kings Creek. N. C. Marie Templeton Olin .N. C. Sadie J. Templeton Hays. N. C. Leona Townsend Banner Elk, N. C. Ruby Trexler Salisbury. N. C. Ruby Trivette Todd. N. C. W. C. Tuttle Boone, N. C. Naomi Tucker Guilford College. N. C. Evelyn Turner King. N, C. Lucille Upton Vale, N. C. I I CklU II KMK Page Eighty-eighl LoRENE Vance Spruce Pine. N. C. Henry Van Hoy Grassy Creek. N. C. Elizabeth Vaughan Stokesdale, N. C. Rex V. Venable h Ararat. N.C. O jTi ' - Eugenia VERNON ' iy jj)! ' Stoneville. N. C. ' LoRENA Wagoner Lexington. N. C. Eccles Wall Trinity. N. C. Mazel Robena Walker Casar. N. C. Mary B. Wallace Davidson College. N. C. Charles Walters Mooresville. N. C. Kate E. Washburn Spruce Pine. N. C. Lee West YadkinvUle. N. C. WAI.ri-RS WA.SIIBL R.N l ST Page Eighty-nine CAKI V ' i:STMORELAND Cornelius. N. C. Ernest Whitl- Barium Springs, N. C. Jon White Barium Springs, N. C Rena White Statcsvillc, N. C. Mrs. Ethel P. Wili:s Boone. N. C. Louise Wilkinson Albemarle. N. C. William Wilkinson Lincolnton, N. C. Ralph M. Willis Spruce Pine. N. C. Daisy Morris Wilson llunlersville. N. C. Roy Wilson Barium Springs. N. C. Mary Katherine Wise Gastonia, N. C. W. E. Woodson. Jr. Central. S. C. Louise Wyke Boone. N. C. R. WILSON WISE W(M)L)SON WVKH Page Ninety jni SOPHOMORES The Pine in rocky soil: foo lish, yet hardy. The beautifier of otherwise barren lands . . . SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Max Hovis Presidi ' nl Catherinh Morris JOHNNH- Sphas Sccn ' tary Mii.DRi-D Little JKNNIE SUK ALLliN EUenboro. N. C. SaDkll Allrld Winston-Salem, N. C. Dorothy J. Armstrong Fountain Inn. S. C. Arthur Atchlhy Union Mills. N. C. Dorothy Atkinson Mullins, S. C. J U ANITA BAGGETT Erwin. N. C. Doris Bailey Stokesdalo. N. C. Henderson Baker Salisbury, N. C. Clyde Mae Baldwin West Jefferson. N. C. Elsie Barnette EUenboro, N. C. Annelle Beach Boone. N. C. Mary Gene Beam EUenboro, N. C. Frances Beckner Souihmont. N. C. Marion Best Bessemer City, N. C. Miriam Bingham Boone. N. C. bi:(:km-k HI SI 1 Hi ,1 I Wl Page Ninety-four I- ' . CAMI ' I iokik (; i s() ciii isn:. si;N CLARK CI.AV COi.l.l.NS Virginia Bingham Boone. N. C. Hazelene Blake Candor, N. C. Raymond Brady Kannapolis. N. C. Arlee Broyhill Boomer, N. C. Evelyn Brown West Jefferson. N. C. Mary L. Brown Creston, N. C. Annie Mae Burton Milton, N. C. Lois Cain Harmony. N. C. Clem L. Canipe Charlotte. N. C. Frances Canipe Boone, N. C. Luther Carson Saluda, S. C. W. M. Christensen Banner Elk. N. C, Flowers Clark Gastonia, N. C. Edward Clay Boone, N. C. Mary Collins Waxhaw. N. C. HOMORET Page Ninety-live LOUISf COMKR Stoncvillc. N. C. Eli-ni- Conner Chcrrvvilk ' . N. C. Inez Cooke Granite Falls. N. C. Anna Lena Cooper Clcmmons. N. C. Ruth Craet ChcrryviUc. N. C. Frank Crayton Kannapolis. N. C. Bertha Elizabeth Grouse Thomasville. N. G. Melvin Daughtridge Rocky Mount, N. C. Muriel Davis Chesterfield. S. C. Hazel Dixon Goldston. N. G. Rebecca Donnelly Crcston, N. C. Mar.jorie Douglas Pincy Creek, N. C. Mary Elizabeth Douglas Durham. N. C. Mildred Earl Patterson Springs. N. C. Minnie Edwards Ennice. N. C. CRoi S1-; DM I ill I UIDCI ' ; l) IS . !. I.. IJOI C.i.. S i;,vRi. .M. Il) I I)S Page Ninety-six Virginia Edwards Winston-Salem. N. C. John Elam Kings Mountain, N. C. Willie Lou Elam Lincolnton. N. C. Margaret English Burnsvillc. N. C. Ernest Ervin Mooresville, N. C. Juanita J. Farthing Boone. N. C. Mary S. Farthing Cranberry. N. C. Mildred Farthing Boone. N. C. Madge Ferguson Swiss, N. C. W. E. Francis Grumpier, N. C. Dona Gantt Albemarle, N. C. Adam Gibson High Point, N. C. Geneva Goodman Gold Hill. N. C. Neil Goodnight Boone, N. C. Fred Gragg Boone, N. C. GOODMAN GOODMGin (iRAGC. j rff rwf Page Ninety-seven Alda Greene Purlear. N. C. Eva Greer Boone. N. C. Florence Gwaltnhy Hiddenitc. N. C. Frank Hagaman Boone. N. C. Paul Hagaman Boone. N. C. Marie Halsey Pincy Creek, N. C. Zenna Halsey Dobson. N. C. Berrene Harris Carolcen. N. C. J. Banard Harris Harris. N. C. Joy Harris Roaring River. N. C. John Lee Hensley Burnsville. N. C. Mae Hodges Mountain City, Tenn. Edna Holloway Mount Airy. N. C. Watson Holyfield Casma. N. C. Lawrence Hornfeck McKeesport. Pa. ' a A1 J. HARRIS si i-; ii()i)(;is Page Ninety-eight Max Hovis Bessemer City, N. C. Craig Hull Cherryville. N. C. Gwendolyn Hunt Semora, N. C. Myrtle Hutchison Moxley. N. C. Archie M. Hyatt Windom, N. C. Clarence Ingram Statesvillc. N. C. Edwin W. Johnson McKeesport, Pa. I A.NDIS Li;i-I.l-R Raymond Hamptonvillej Helen Jonas Vale, N. C. Cleo Jones Furches. N. C. Ruth P. Jones Scottville. N. C. Mary Brandon Knox Huntersville, N. C. Iris Landis Nebo, N, C. Jane Lefler Albemarle, N, C. Mildred Little Albemarle, N. C. )OPHOMOREI Page Ninety-nine Melba Lovill Boone. N. C. CHARI.hS N. Manship Laurinburg, N. C. Lawson G. Mathews Magnolia. N. C. Edward Meacham Kannapolis. N. C. WiLLYH McBrIDE Ronda. N. C. Ethel McCann Roaring Gap, N. C. Margaret McCollum Monroe. N. C. Louise McCready Charlotte. N. C. Helen McDonald Candor. N. C. Mary Boyce McGill Kings Mountain, N. C. Helen McKinney Harris, N. C. Retta McLamb Goldsboro, N. C. Oscar W. Miles Miles, N. C. Ann Moore Liberty, N. C. Ola Mae Moretz Boone, N. C. MII.KS MOORF. MORI- 1 Page One Hundred C. PARKKR I-. I ' ARKIR l ' l(k s 1. ., Catherine Morris Stanley, N. C. Virginia Morris Avondale. N. C. Jesse Morrow Marion, N. C. Ralph Mullis Harmony, N. C. Jack Nantz Kannapolis, N. C. Edna Nesbitt Fairview, N. C. John Nesbitt Fairview, N. C. Leslie Norris Todd. N. C. Sylvia Page Morrisville, N. C. Charlotte Parker Winston-Salem, N. C. Edna Parker Weaverville. N. C. Charles Parks High Point. N. C. Elizabeth Parsons Parsonville, N. C. Walker Patton Pisgah Forest. N. C. Hattie Pegram Kernsville. N. C. I ' AI lO.N IMXJRAM Page One Hundred One Rosa Lee Pendry Hays. N. C. Irene Phillips Wilkesboro. N. C. Kathalehn Poinde.xter Cana, N. C. Faye Poovey Granite Falls. N. C. Mable Porter Kelly. N. C. Mary Carolyn Price West Jefferson, N. C. Elizabeth Putnam Waco. N. C. Louise Robbins Harris, N. C. Jess W. Robertson Leaksville. N. C. Alma Robinson Celo. N. C. Katie Jean Rowe Newton. N. C. Jack Ruffing McKeesport. Pa. Ernest Safrit Albemarle, N. C. Florence M. Sanders Clover. S. C. Kathryn Sherwood Sugar Grove. N. C. SWDKRS siii:r v(K)I) Page One Hundred Tu- ' o TA ' il.OR THONtAS J. Tl RNKR Phoebe Lou Shirley Lexington. N. C. Annis Sifford Concord. N. C. Jean Singleton Candor. N. C. Lucy Tabor Slade Blanche. N. C. Edna Smith Heaton, N. C. Ruth Smith Charlotte. N. C. Johnnie Speas Pfaffton. N. C. Campbell Stewart Kings Mountain. N. C. Susan Porter Stiles Boone. N. C. James Hazel Sprinkle Statesville. N. C. Paul Swofford Mt. Mitchell. N. C. W. E. Tarman Boone. N. C. Harvey Taylor Battleboro. N. C. Sarah Lee Thomas Monroe. N. C. Juliette Turner Erwin. N. C. jRoMeft Page One Hundred Three Olive Pauline Turner Dunn. N. C. William Upton Troutman. N. C. LOREE VENABLE Dobson. N. C. Margaret Voss Winston-Salcm. N. C. Catherine Ward Pittsboro. N. C. Lena Ware Rcidsville. N. C. Arendali. Warman Boone. N. C. Jean Warwick Laurinburg. N. C. Margaret Washam HuntcrsviUc. N. C. Ann Weaver Blowing Rock, N. C. Walter M. West Mocksville. N. C. ( Deceased ) Edward Whitley Albemarle. N. C. MUZETTE WILKERSON Rougemont. N. C. Louise Williams Blowing Rock. N. C. Norman Wilson Reese. N. C. Sue Wilson Zionville. N. C. Robert Winfree Summcrfielci. N. C. Jonas Yarbrough Lincolnton. N. C. Frank Yoder Lincolnton, N. C. James Yoder Lincolnton. N. C. X)SS W l l) WARI- W I M N WAIUVICK WII,KI;RS0. WILLI I- lls(i WINFKK1-: AKBKOUOH F. YODKK J. VODI K Fags On. ' Hundred Four FRESHMEN ' As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined. The usefulness and value of the mature tree is determined by the care it receives ivhen a seedling. R kMAN CLASS OFFICERS Billy Hedgepeth Dorothy Baumgardner President Secret ary HoBERT Plrdue Franklin D. Blan ton Vice- Presulenl I ' reasurer Esther Adams Conovcr. N. C. Ether Adams Varina. N. C. Henry Allen Timberlakc. N. C. Charlotte Alley, Hickory. N. C. Miles Annas Trov, N. C. FAYE ANTHONY - . Yadkinville. N. C, ONNIE ARCHER ,. aX Cornelius. N. C. pTHY ATKINS ' omasvillc. N. C. HELEN Bandy Lincolnton. N. C. A. B. BAREEOOT Godwin. N. C. G. R. BAREEOOT. Jr. Dunn. N. C. BAINES BARNETTE Kannapolis. N. C. JACK Bass Siloam. N. C. DOROTHY BAUMGARDNER Thomasvillc. N. C. SARAH Frances baynes Winston-Salem. N. C. Katherine Beard Huntersvillc. N. C. Franklin Durant Bell Washington. N. C. William E. Bell Wilson. N. C. Clyde Bess Kings Mountain. N. C. John E. Bess, Jr. South Covington. Va. iiH ii i Tag: O.te Hundred F.ighl Paul L. Best Bessemer City. N. C. Edgar Bingham Boone. N. C. Hal Bingham Boone. N. C. Jennie Lee Bingham Boone, N. C. Joe Bingham Vilas. N. C. Bud Blalock Blacksburg. S. C. Franklin D. Blanton Troutman. N. C. Daniel M. Boone Lumbcrton. N. C. Lee Bost. Jr. Salisbury. N. C. MABEL Bowman Taylorsville. N. C. George H. Boyce Seaford. Del. Florine Brown Rockwell. N. C. Irene Browne Marion. N. C. Rosemary Buchanan Charlotte. N. C. Ruby Mac Bullock Rowland. N. C. PAUL C. Cameron Calypso. N. C. Jean Cardwell Madison, N. C. Jack Carnes Monroe. N. C. Sylvia Druise Cashwell Thomasville, N. C. Eloise Castellow Aulander. N. C. Page One Hundred Nine Kdith Chambers Ronda. N. C. Arnold Chapman Rock Hill, S. C. JAMES Church Scottvillc. N. C. Bill Clay Boone. N. C. Minnie Mae Ci.inl: Fallston. N. C. Avis CLONTZ Concord. N. C. Sarah Nell Coffey CoUettsville. N. C. Louise Cooke Boone. N. C. Gelene Coomes Galax. Va. Ed Cooney Charlotte. N. C. Gwendolyn Crawford Blacksburg. S. C. Ruth Crayton Stanficld. N. C. AVONELLE CROTTS Newsom. N. C. J. T. Cunningham Pensacola. Pla. George S. Davis. Jr. Clifton. S. C. MARY Davis Waxhaw. N. C. Hi-NRY William Dit:KS0N. Jr. Calypso. N. C. Mary Belle Dickson Lenoir. N. C. Mary Dunn Charlotte. N. C. Bryce Durham l.omax. N, C. Paye One Hundred Ten Edna Lee Edwards Sparta. N. C. Ella Virginia Edwards Sparta, N. C. Geraldine Edwards Cane River. N. C. Polly Edwards Winston-Salcm. N. C. MULLINS ELLERBE Winston-Salem, N, C. Elizabeth Ellis Mullins. S. C. Cecil Elmore North Wilkesboro. N. C. KATHRYN EURY Bessemer City. N. C. Sophia Evans Statesville. N. C. Agnes Faggart Concord, N. C. Frank Burke Fidler Cornelius. N. C. J l ' Margaret Fisler Ivanhoc. N, C. Hilda Gratten Fo icfSR Albemarle. N. C Elizabeth Al Madison. N. C Evelyn Formyduv. Hallsboro. N. C. Wilbur Salem Franklin Jonas Ridge, N. C. Arlona Fritts Lexington. N. C. Elizabeth Furr Oakboro, N. C. John Gant Haw River, N. C. Page One Hundred Eleven Bill Garvey West Jefferson. N. C. William Gatlin Bridgcion. N. C. Braxton Gentry Butler. Tenn. Mary Belle Gentry Butler. Tenn. Paul Gentry Butler. Tenn. Vernelle Gilliam Thomasvillc. N. C. Rexter Gordon 6t Mountain. N. C. David f. Greene, Jr. Boone, N. C. Evelyn Greene New London. N. C. Harold T. Greer Boone. N. C. Frances Griffin Unionville. N. C. Mary Griefin Unionville, N. C. Dorothy Gripeith Vin.ston-Salem. N. C. Eugene G. Groee Boyertown. Pa. Christmas Carol Haigler Unionville. N. C. Ja.mes David Ha.milton Magnolia. N. C. Roy Hamilton Rock HiH. S. C. Hanes Thomasville. N. C. Jamii; Harmon Sherwood. N. C. Elsie Advance, N. C. :ta JI Vagi: One Hundred Twelve Ruth Cartel Har Albemarle. N. C George Weslv Heafner Lincolnton. N. C. Billy Heejgepeth Warrenton. N. C. JACK HEMRIC Cycle. N. C. Frank E. Hendricks Salisbury. N. C. RUBVE HENSON Caroleen. N. C. Ora Louise Hewitt Derita. N. C. Maggie Hilemon Higgins. N. C. Margaret E. Hill Timberlake. N. C. Mary Hilliard Thomasville, N. C. Gertrude Hinson Stanfield. N. C. Helen Hodges Boone. N. C. R. D. Hodges, Jr. Boone. N. C. Ruth Hoffman Lenoir. N. C. BiLLIE HOLLIFIELD Boone. N. C. Vivian G. Hoots Winston-Salem. N. C. Addie Mae Howard Oakboro. N. C. Bill Howard Concord. N. C. L RY Elizabeth Howard Charleston. S. C. SARAH Ellis Howell Seaboard. N. C. ■ tf -C- ■ -i; Vage One Hundred Thirteen Elizabeth Hudspeth Cycle, N. C. Louise Hutchens Mount Airy. N. C. Verlin Hutchinson Boone. N C. Robert McC. Ja.vuson Covington. Va. Joy Johnson High Point. N. C. Bill Jones Shelby. N. C. Doris Jones Sparta. N. C. Leonard H. Jones Catawba, N. C. . L. Jones Madison. N. C. LoRNA Lou Jordan Statcsville. N. C. Carey Moody Kellam Biscoc. N. C. iRviN Kelly Davidson. N. C. arl King oonevillc. N. C.f„ Eva Anais Kiw Boone. N. C. Bob Kinney Lexington. N. C KATE Kirk Fox, Va. HAZEL KISER Lincolnton. N. C. RALPH KiSER Lincolnton. N. C. Jeanne Knox Huntcrsvillc. N. C. Ofi ' UJji ' Ruth Evelyn Koont Lexington. N. C. Page One Hundred Fourteen JOSEPH KOGi! Braddock, Pa. Ld Joel Lambert Dunn, N. C. Ward Lanev Hildebran, N. C, Hilda Lanier Welcome. N. C. F. J. Little, Jr Concord, N. C. L 9 Janice Little yv ' ' « » Newton. N. C. ' •(v V JosiE Little V Newton, N. C. Vk ? ' Virginia Logan . •• fi ' X Kings Mountain. N. C. ' Qj Irene Love Mountain City, Tcnn. Christine Marcella Mabe Spray. N. C. Mary Alice Maney Paint Gap. N. C. Lois Martin Madison, N. C. Lily Josephine Mast Patterson. N. C. Mary Moore Mast Patterson, N. C, ESTELLE MCCALL Marion. N. C. BiLLIE MCCLARY Kannapolis. N. C. Forest McClure Clifton, S. C. Vivian McCollum Gastonia, N. C. Edith McMahan Mocksvillc, N. C. Hoke McNeil Congo, N. C. Page One Hundred Fifteen JAMES McNeill Lumberton. N. C. Mary Lillian McNeill Jefferson. N. C. C. A. Michael. Jr. Southmont. N. C. Dan R. Miller Swissvalc. Pa. DwiGHT Miller North Wilkcsboro. N. C. Homer Miller Mountain City. Tcnn. Robert Wayne Miller Biscoc. N. C. sallie Miller tOj West Jefferson. N. C. 4p T 1 Allje Mae Miixs Polkton. N. C r alma Moore - Winston-Salcm. N. C. kr , • r, i|„! Alonzo Moretz jl Boone. N. C. Ora Lee Moretz Boone. N. C. O. D. Morris Albemarle, N. C. David H. Morton Oxford. N. C. John P. Murray Burgaw. N. C. JAMES L. NEWMEYER Duqucsne. Pa. JANE Evelyn Newsome Oakboro, N. C. Imogene Norris Boone. N. C. James Norris Boone, N. C. L.UL Page One Hundred Sixteen k V - 2-A «.-tA ' --v- -.» . X-»--i- «». 7- .,4 . ' •%«?t ' , ■ ' i „„ k. , C J? ' Z - :t.-a-yt ' i - Emma Osborne U-c West Jefferson, N. C. Philip Osborne Leaksville, N. C. James O ' Toole Braddock, Pa. SARAH Palmer New London, N, C, Hilda Parrish Winston-Salem, N. C. Veo Pate Bee Log, N. C. Peggy Patterson Hiddenite, N. C. Fayehood Penland Kings Mountain, N. C. HoBERT Lee Perdue Thomasville, N. C. J. C. Phillips, Jr. Manning, S. C. Robert Phillips Manning, S. C. Ruth Poovey Granite Falls, N. C. Henry P. Prince Claremont, N. H. Harold Proffit Purlear, N. C. LUCILE PUGH Whitehead, N. C. Sara Frances Pyron Leaksville, N. C. Sam Ray Marion, Va. Foy Reece Booneville, N. C. James E. Reece Pensacola, Fla. Theodore Reitzle Morrisville, Pa, Pags One Hundred Seventeen William Dickson Roberts Calypso. N. C. JOHN Robertson Leaksville. N. C. CLARA ROTHROCK Walnut Covf. N. C. Dudley Rugeley Austin. Texas.. Grace Russell m Pauline Sale J) ' i - ( Dover. Del. ' ' Walter Sands ' ' ' Walnut Cove. N. C? JOSEPH Savage ;, . Barium Springs. N. C.J - Beulah Scott Boone. N. C. Madeline Scroggs Roaring River. N. C. Willie Kate Seagle I.incolnton, N. C. L . Carl D. Selph, Hamlet, N. C. . Doris Setzer i i v , J Winston-Salem. N. C. ' C- ». n RANCEs Setzer ' Newton. N. C. PAULINE Sexton Sparta. N. C. Thelma Shelton . Francisco. N. C. y -|-| | J Margaret Shupe Mountain City. Tcnn. • 1 I Marley Sigmon . Barium Springs. N. C ' AvxCff Mvrtle Simpson Monroe. N. C. Ferne Smith Bessemer City. N. C. Page One Hundred Eighteen Flynn Smith Mooresville. N. C. ILA Smith Heaton. N. C. LORNA SMITHEY Roaring River, N. C. Gerald L. Snider Denton, N. C. Charles Franklin Snow Kernersville, N. C. Elizabeth South Boone. N. C. LoisNELL Sparks Folly Beach. S. C. Meredith Spratt Caroleen, N. C. Alice Stafford Ashcville. N. C. JACK STALEV Lexington. N. C. Pearl Steelman Hamptonvillc, N. C. Evelyn Stewart Statesville. N. C. Thomas Stewart Washington. N. C. Sara Stone Martinsville. Va. James Storie Boone. N. C. Frances M. Stubbs Boone. N. C. Edith Sturgill Lansing. N. C. Cora Ella Swain Winston-Salem. N. C. Ava Swofford Leaksville. N. C, Arthur tashiro San Dimas, Calif. Page One Hundred Nineteen Madeline Inez Tekter Oakboro. N. C. Lucille tesh Thomasvillc. N. C. SARAH E. Thompson Lancaster. S. C. Mary Jane Thorpe Ronda, N. C. DAVID THURMAN Ruby. S. C. Mabel Vera Todd Elk Creek, Va. Reba Tolbert Lenoir. N. C. Vernon Triplett Hcndrix. N. C. Della Mae Trivett Beech Creek. N. C. Pierce Van Hoy Union Grove. N. C. Alt A Waddell Grassy Creek. N. C. Helen Waddell Grassy Cijeck. N. C. V.BEN H ' - J TtSutmanu fir ; irvi « J?RV- yf Boone. nS t- v Clara Wall Mocksvillc. N. C. Edna Ward Linwood. N. C. Myrtle Ward Edenton, N. C. Tom ward Sugar Grove. N. C. Eloise Watson Boone. N. C. 1 t-)HMtN Page One Hundred Twenty ififeli George Watts Shelby, N. C. Marguerite Webb Pinetops, N. C. Jessie West Mocksville. N. C. MARIE White Union Grove, N. C. Lucille Whitley Albemarle, N. C. Mildred Whitworth CherryviTle. N. C. Ray Wiles Husk, N. C. John Willett Salisbury, N. C. EuLA Wilson Nebo, N. C. Beulah Kathryn Wood Hanes, N. C. Miller Wrenn Danville. Va. Tom Wright Boone. N. C. WiLLiA.M Wright Troutman, N. C. MARGARET YARBROUGH Hartsville, S. C. Dent York HarmonyvN. C. EsTELLE York Mount Airy, N. C. Page One Hundred Twenty-one ATHLETICS FOR MEN Athletes. Uke com m a mill, must submit to the daily grind of practice, in order to become the desired finished product . . . DEPARTMENT OF p O. (KiD) Brewer Football. Boxing OFFICERS (Center Bar of A ) MELVIN FAIRLEY President Don Gapfney Vice-President Pete Hornfeck Secretary J. C. HAWKINS Treasurer Bill Edwards Sergeant at- Arms MlvMHKUS Dkwkv Barnhm-i. Bn.i, EnwARi s Bon Broom K Fairlf.y (lARNKTT Ct.ARK Claude Farthini; Ckorgk Corn- Hal Farthing Dan Crasford Don Gaffnev Cui-vF.R Dale Milton Gaskill (iRIP DArr.HF.RTV Horace Good ATHLETICS t ii i p ) wamfT Flucie Stewart ootball. Baske tb all Paul Hagaman Ted Reitzle J. C. Hawkins Dudley Rugelev Dick Hodder Jack Ruffing Francis Hoover Ernie Safrit Pete Hornfeck Earl Smith Phil Hudson Fred Smith Glen Hull Byron Stuart James Ingram James Tucker Edwin Johnson Charles Walters Charles Mansh p George Watts Andre Nadeau , Ernest White James O ' Toole Joe White Charles Parks Len Wilson Cecil Poe Roy Wilson George Powell Carson Wood Len Woodruff ERSEN j- r ■ — RESULTS OF 1938 SEASON PuWKLI. Supply Manager FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row — Left (o Right: R. ViLsoN, PoE, Walters, ' Corn. ■iUDSON, GAFFNEY. RUFFING. Second RoiV: HORNFECK, F. iMiTH. Johnson, Hawkins. Daugh- ■RTY. SAFRIT. FAIRLEV. Third Row: O ' TOOLE, WATTS. lANSHIP. NEWMEYER, RUGELEY, foRK, Baker, broome. Fourth Row: HOOVER, BOST, E. IMITH. REITZLE. HODDER. KOGUT. IcNeil. Edwards. Back Row: GROFF. PotEAT. SAV- AGE, Blalock, Robertson. Whit- -EY. Felton. i.¥ mmm» • imr !S -it, ( ( BASKETBALL ' I h RHSULTS Appalichian Morris-Harvey ■ 4 46 Appalachian North Wilkcsboro A. A, 4t 2 Appalachian Erskinc College 44 2 Appalachian 2 22 Appalachian Atlantic-Christian 61 16 Appalachian Catawba 26 Appalachian High Point 8 35 Appalachian l.enoir-Rhync 37 38 Appalachian Elon 47 22 Appalachian Guilford 51 21 Appalachian Lcnoir-Rhyne 45 34 Appalachian Western Carolina 48 31 Appalachian . Guilford 56 34 Appalachian High Point 39 53 Appalachian Hlon 38 48 Appalachian Catawba 61 42 Appalachian Western Carolina 36 24 Appalachian Morganton All-Stars . .. . 106 . . 22 Appalachian 833 Opponents 578 First Roa ' .- Hudson, Hl ' i.l. naniz. haga- MAN, NEWMEYER, NOVOTONY. Second Row: HOOVER. SAI-RIT, HOLYIIELD. Osborne. Stuart. Felton, Mii,ler. ij Newmeyer WRESTLING The personnel with victories, deleats and points scored follows: 121-lb. — Pjrks won five by falls: 25 points. A. A. U. champ. 128-lb. — Gaskill won lour tails, one decision: 23 points. A. A. U. champ. 13 5 -lb, — White won one decision: 3 points, 135-lb, — Cranford won two decisions, had one draw: 7Jj points, 135-lb, — Meacham won one exhibition match, 145 -lb, — Barnhill won one fall, three decisions: 14 points. 14 5 -lb, — Recce won one fall and one exhibition by fall: 5 points, I55-lb, — Perdue won one fall and four decisions: 1 7 points. 165-lb. — Captain Wood won i ne decision, had on. draw: 4 ' 2 points, 165-lb, — Sigmon won two falls, lost one decision: 1 points, 175-lb, — Cunningham won five by falls: 25 points, A, A, U, champ. Unlimited — Smith lost two falls: no points. Unlimited — McNeil won one fall, one decision, lost one fall : 8 points. WRESTLING RESULTS Appalachian 38 Appalachian 24 Appalachian 26 Appalachian ,24 Appalachian 301 . Appalachian 42 Appalachian B 14 Appalachian B 8 Totals 2061 . A Winston-Salem Y Vanderbilt University 8 KnoxviUe V 8 Naval Apprentice School 8 l.angley Eield 1 ' A, A. U. (Opponents N. C. State) 37 Barium Springs 15 Canton High 40 Totals PARKS M NeiL peRDue it tla CUNNINGHAM CRAMFORD ABERNETHY SIGMON wJm ssbl Wm km n BARNMILL R.EECE. MEACMAM TENNIS Left to Ri{fht : K[ mel. Junior Mniiayer, I.ONd, Hoij.ovvkm., Tucki.r, Sands, Moi k, IIi.anton, Halyburton, Senior Manager. SOCCER . v Li fs lo Ui.ilit !■ iKsi Kuv, . t.A.suiLi., ,N , .siuKU.. .s. .jv. , J. Wii 1 1 K. Aiii-.rm: I II V, J . I m.bam ; Second Row : Bhauv. I ' akhish. Fidi.kk. Harniiill. Thomas. Franiis, MfSSKi.vvii nn. H ai.viu ' kkjn ; Th iRn Row: Ki.MKi,. ManaKtr. Mkaciiam. Barnett, Jones, Phillips, Putnam, Snider; Back Row: Cole, Hull, Keumonk, Hodges, Miller, Nantz. TUMBLING AND BOXING ARCHERY-SINOLES-lillMMfR ARCH6-R.Y .;-- ii : V y ' jt i ' . T ' ■ - ifl ■ ' ■ |j «L. i. BADMINTON- SINGLES SENlOf SOCC6R. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS N f ( g MOI5.SESHOeS i !«vi SEKIJOR. BASKETBALL BAOMiViTON-MIXED DOUBLES CHEER LEADERS Dr. W. a. AiM A is Couch Franci;s Andiirson DOROTl lY Baumgardni-r Ann Jones T. B. Hunevcutt Jerome: Hunevcutt Dona Gantt Dorothy GRiEEriH Martha Garner Jo.vts Baumgardncr Dr. Ahr.kms J. Hl-NKiCUTT T. B. Hunevcutt ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN Water — beauty in motion — resistless power — Out of the hills of Habersham Down the valleys of Hall I hurry amain to reach the plain Run the rapid and leap the fall. DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN Thursa Sthhd Coach Martha garnkr Cheerleader EUDELL lORMVDUVAL Senior Manager Rlth Howard Junior Manager I GIRLS ' BASKETBALL TEAM RESULTS Appalachian 35 Appalachian 3 3 Appalachian 24 Appalachian 20 Appalachian .30 Appalachian ,21 Appalachian 2 3 Appalachian 3 3 Appalachian 32 Mitchell 8 Wingate . 9 Mitchell 9 Lenoir-Rhyne 2 2 Boiling Springs - 2 2 Boiling Springs 20 Lenoir-Rhyne 22 Emory -Henry 12 Emory-Henry 13 Totals 251 Totals 137 Front Rozi Left to Right : Kiser. B.. Brannon, Faggart. Second Row, Left to Right: Robbins, King, Goodman. Kiser, PiTTMAN, CrOTTS, GRIFFITH, DiXON, RhYNE. Dona Gantt Cheerleader PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR CLUB OFFICERS ROUTH Dixon , President EUDELL FORMYDUVAL V ice- President Margaret Knott .- Secretary and I reasurer RoUTH Dixon. Captain of Blacks Frances Anderson. Captain of Golds Frances Anderson Elsie Lee Brake Ruby Brannon Katherinh Burleson Frances Canipe Nell Coffey Routh Dixon Mary Dunn Edna Edwards Agnes Faggart Margaret Fisler Eudell Formyduval Dcna Gantt MEMBERS Iris Rose Gibson Geneva Goodman Margaret Greene Dorothy Griffith Louise Holland Elsie Hartman juanita jobe Doris Jones Eva King Margaret Knott Janice Little JosiE Little Lois Martin Mary L. McNeill Peggy Patterson Margaret Pittman Louise Quackenbush Clara Rothrock Grace Russell RubyT. Sherrill Edna Smith Elizabeth South LoisNELL Sparks Johnie Speas Evelyn Stewart Mary Jane Thorpe Ji;an Warwick V GIRLS ' A CLUB i Zl°V,..,J °7T,Vz - ' ' ,, ' ' ' B« J ' - ' ' 0 ' ' . Dl iO . Goodman, Formvduval, Rhvne. King. Kiser, B. Second Row— Left to Rtyht: Crotts, Kiser, H., Griffith, Robbins. Faggart. GIRLS ' SOFTBALL TEAM Front Row— Lr ( to Ritjht: Ca ipe. Stewart, Warwick, Faggart; Second Row— Li- f to Rinhl ■ OOODMAN. Knott, Brannon, Dixoi Greene. •m J -— --- ' , . . , VOLLEY BALL Left to Ritjllt: Henhruks. Kormviuvm. OnmiMAN, Ka.-.cart, Hni.i.AM), Knott, DiXoN. Creexk. Cofpey. CHEERLEADERS Dorothy (Ibifkttm .Marcabkt Rhyne Frances Anderson SOCIETIES Like a haivk. soaring on rising currents of air. screams as he pounces on his prey, so the orator rising on murmurs of approval, bursts forth full-throated to carry his audience. THE 1939 RHODODENDRON VERNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Fall Term — 1938 Dorothy Stacy President Dema Reeves Censor CATHERINE Mll.l. S Vice-President Merle Wooley Critic Zenna Halshy Secretary HATTIE PEGRAM Chaplain THELMA Beam Corr. Secretary MARY BOYCE MCGILL Chorister Lois Starnes Treasurer Lucille Icard I ianist Winter Term — 1938-39 Jessie Sifford President Pearle Smith Chaplain Anna Pell ' nc- President Louise Quackenbush Censor Lois Starnes Recording Secretary Kathleen Day Critic Lucille Icard Corr. Secretary Thelma Beam Chorister LOREE VENABI.l: Treasurer Irene Phillips Pianist Spring Term — 1939 Agnes Rhyne President Hazel Austin Treasurer Ruth Howard Vice-President LOREE venable Critic Anna Pell Recording Secretary Lucille Icard Censor Etta Mills Corr. Secretary Geneva Armstrong Chaplain DOROTHY Stacy Chorister ROLL Hazel Austin. Geneva Armstrong, Thelma Beam. Hazclinc Blake. Lily Ruth Blaylock. Edith Chambers. Kathleen Day. Geneva Goodman. Cleo Frye. Mac Hodges. Zenna Halsey. Margaret Hill, Ruth Howard, Rachel Harris. Lucille Icard. Hessie .Jaynes, Mabel Klutz, Helen McDonald, Louise McCreadv, Fayc Miller. Allie Mills. Catherine Mills. Elizabeth Mills. Etta Mills, Christine Pearson. Hattie Pegram. Anna Pell, Irene Phillips, Faye Poovey. Louise Quackenbush, Dema Reeves. Agnes Rhyne. Mary Betty Shepherd. Jessie Sifford. Grace Simpson. Pearle Smith. Dorothy Stacy. Lois Starnes. Mada Steele. Rose Swoffard, Phoeba Lou Shirley. Evelyn Turner, Naomi Tucker. Delia Mae Trivett. Loree Venab.c. Lorena Wagoner, Edith Walker, Myrtle Ward. Cary Westmoreland. Marie While. Lucille Whitley, Sue Wilson. Pearle York. Page One Hundred Fifty THE 1939 RHODODENDRON ALPHA SIGMA GAMMA OFFICERS Fall Quarter Kyle Dickson President Glen Perry Vice-President JEROME HUNEYCUTT Secretary Winter Quarter Culver Dale , President Carson Wood Vice-President DAVID BLACK Secretary Spring Quarter Glen Perry President Clifford Long . . Vice-President Howard KIMEL Secretary ROLL Carl Ayers, David Black. Martin Cole, Culver Dale. Kyle Dickson. Burris Day, Ernest Ervin. Colonel Francis. Horace Good, Boyce Helms, Jerome Huncy- cutt. Stephen Houser, Howard Kimel. Clifford Long. Russell McCollum. Glen Perry. Ray Sills. Glen Troute. E. S. Thomas. Eccles Wall. Carson Wood. William Wright. Page One Hundred Fifty-one THE 1939 RHODODENDRON PHILA RETIAN LITERARY SOCIETY r.M.I. QUART! R HAZEL Lee Taylor President Leafybelle BLANTON MADGE GAMBILL Vice-President MRS. L. ROBINSON Evelyn Adams lATV SLADf: WALLiNE Deck EVELYN FARMER WlNll-R QUARIl-R President MADtiK GAMBILL Vuf-Preaidenl MiLDR1-:D TAYLOR Spring Quarter President LUCY SLADE Vice-President RENA MAE FARTHING Secretary Treasurer Secretary 7 reasurer Secretary . Treasurer ROLL Evelyn Adams. Ester Adams. Lila Austin. Leafybelle Blanton. Ruth Caudill. Minnie Mae Clinc. Walline Deck, Mary E. Douglas. Pauline Douglas. Hilda Eakcr. Evelyn Farmer. Dorothy F ' arthing, Rcna Mac I arthing, Madge F ' urgoson, Madge Gambill. Berrenc Harris. Louise Holland. Virginia Morris. Elizabeth Neal. Odessa Parks. Mary Carolyn Price. Lucille Pugh. Mrs. Lorraine Robinson. Lucy Tabor Slade. Kate Stroupe. Mildred Taylor, Ha cl lee Taylor. Marie Templeton. Lorene Vance. Mable Todd. Lena Warf. ' - ' fK. BP ' k , f .%l% ' r . Ip f ■ lJp J iJti ' nriiir ■MriYaT g tw mSr } ■ I L :k w ' Vi . jgiL Ff ' ' ■■fl v.. 4 1 J ' U4 - ' Tiou r M J SBM - j - x i KKK ' Page One Hundred Fifty-two THE 1939 RHODODENDRON DYNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY FALL Quarter Josephine Robinson annabeth jones , , . President Vice-President Ruth Spoon Kathryn Bracey Winter Quarter EUDELL FORMYDUVAL President DORIS BANDY . Geneva McMANUS . Vice-President ANNABETH JONES Spring Quarter Annette Blanton President Geneva McManus Dorothy Jonas . Vice-President SARA Doggett Secretary Treasurer Secretary Treasurer Secretary Treasurer ROLL Frances Anderson, Fave Anthony, Elizaheth Arey. Doris Bandy, Helen Bandy, Carol Banner. Let ha Be. m, Madge Beam. Alma Beck. Annette Blanton, Beatrix Blanton, Mrs. Blanche Blue, Frances Bodenhamer, Kathryn Bracey, Erma Bridges, Jean Buchanan, Ruby Mac Bullock, Dorothy Bunch. Azile Burns. Jean Cardwell, Louise Comer. Elene Conner, Mozelle Costner. Margaret Cowles, Ruth Craft, Gwendolyn Cra vford. Ruth Crayton. Bertha Elizabeth Crouse. Muriel Davis, Diana LvNN DeLapp. Sara Doggett. Rebecca Donnelley. L rv Dunn. Mildred Earl, Elizabeth Eueanks, Elizabeth Forgay, Eudell Formyduval. Evelyn Form yduval, Beulah Funderburk, Iris Rose CiitsoN, X ' ernelle Gilliam. Elsie Hartman. Louise Hewitt. Rubye Hinson. JLarv E. Howard. Louise Hutchens, Byrd Isbel, Dorothy Jonas. Annabeth Jones, Doris Jones. Alice King, Elizabeth Knight. Jeanne Knox. AL RY Brandon Knox. Evelyn Koontz. Iris Landis. Hilda Lanier, Idell Lowder, Opal Lowe. Eugenia Lynn, Lily L ST. Mary Mast, X ' irginia IcCall. Ethel McDade, Thelma McKinnev, Edith McMahan. Geneva McManus. Pauline Michael. Faye Miller. Virginia !M itch ell, Alma Moore. Edna Xesbitt, Em ma Osborne, Elizabeth Parsons. Sara Frances Pyron, Mary Sue Ramseur, Louise Robbins, Josephine Robinson, Grace Russell, Louise Shoaf, Jean Singleton, Billy Snow, Elizabeth South. Lois Nell Sparks. Frances Spillman, Ruth Spoon, Meredith Spratt, Eloise Stroupe. Cora Swain, Lucille Tesh. Lucille L ' pton, Edna Ward, Margaret Wash am. Marguerite Webb, Jessie Lee West. Louise Wilkinson, Eula Wilson. Margaret Wilson, Katherine Wise, Beulah Wood, Margaret V ' arbroi ' gh, Virginia Yount. Page One Hundred Fiftij-tbree THE 1939 RHODODENDRON i P : C ' r f : l£ r It) H ALPHA LAMBDA SIGMA FALL Quarter I.. C. Maples President Golden BuCKLAND Vice-Presidem Wheeler farthing Sec.-Treas. Winter Quarter Wayne Church Pn suli-ni Banks HEAI-NER Vice-President CULCS Settle , , Sec.-Treas. SPRING Quarter Howard Kishr President MARSHALL Brady Vice-President Paul Greene Sec.-Treas. ROLL Miles Annas. John Bfss. Paul Best. Marshall Brady. Golden Buckland. Luther Carson. Edwin Carter. L. H. Church. Wayne Church. Wheeler Farth- ing. Cyrus Law. Thomas Graybeal. Paul Greene. Banks Hcafncr. Robert Hill. John Hollowcll. Bill Howard. Craig Hull. Robert .lamison. Raymond Johnson. Howard Kis cr. L. C. Maples. Culos Settle. Charlie Stone. Campbell Stewart. W. E. Tarman, James Tucker. Hugh White. J. G. Wooten. Miller Wrenn. Jonas Yarborough. Frank Yoder. I ' aye One Hundred Iifty-four THE 1939 RHODODENDRON DELTA PHI SIGMA FALL Quarter George Powell President Clarence Ingram Vice-President JACK NANTZ Sec.-Treas. imih Winter Quarter Pete HORNFECK President WM. HALYBURTON Vice-President JAMES Ingram Sec.-Treas. Spring Quarter JAMES Ingram President Glen Hull ' ice- President Glen SHIDAL Sec.-Treas. ROLL Ralph Abernathy. Baines Barnette, Henry Baggetc. George Boyce. Lee Bost. Raymond Brady, George Corn. Mclvin Daughteridge. George Davis. Fred Edwards, Eugene Groff. William Haly- burton. Pete Hornfeck. Glenn Hull, Watson Holyfield. Billy Hedgepcth. Max Hovis. Clarence Ingram. James Ingram. Eddie Johnson. Bill Jones. Ed Meacham. Forrest McClure. Law- son Mathews, Andre Nadeau. Jack Nantz. James Newmeyer. John Nesbitt. Henry Prince. Fred Putnam. Howard Purgason. Charles Parks. George Powell. Dudley Rugeley. Jack Ruffing. Glen Shidal. Fred Smith, Harvey Taylor, George Watts, Edward Whit- Icy. John Willet. Roy Wilson. W. E. Woodson. Tom Wright. - jll r c f fT ' f .L.i Page One Hundred Fifty-live THE 1939 RHODODENDRON THALIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Officers for I-all Quartfr Louise Leonard I ' n ' suimi MARY Lou DEDMOND ' uf-Prfsi i-nI MARCARET Rhyne . Recordmii Secretary Ruby KILI ' ATRKK Corresponding Secretary Lola Thomas Treamrer Martha Garner , Critic Virginia Parrish Censor Vivian Holloway Chaplain JOHNIE SPEAS Chorister Ruth Suggs , , I ' lumst Charlotte Parker Doorkeeper Leonard Thomas Tkkry Winter Ql ' ari er LOLA Thomas President Gladys Terry ' Vice-President Gladys McCI ' RDY Recording Secretary Mary V ' A1 LA( E Corresponding Secretary Ann Moore Treasurer Clara Hunter Portfr Critic Elsie Lee Brake Censor Edna Holloway Chaplain Louise Cress Chorister JOHNIE SPEAS Pianist Spring Quarter Gladys Terry President ANNE Beard ' ice-President Ruth Suggs Recording Secretary Lucille LOPP Corresponding Secretary DAISY Lee MEACHEM Treasurer DELMA HENSLEY Critic JOHNIE SPEAS Censor LRANCES LATHAN Chaplain Ruby KILPATRK:k Chorister Louise Cress Piamsi Page One Hundred Pilly-six THE 1939 RHODODENDRON THALIAN LITERARY SOCIETY ROLL Esther Adams Jennie Sue Allen lula atkins Dorothy Atkinson Sybil Bagby Doris Bailey Lucille Baker Elsie Barnette Mary Jean Beam nancy Beam Annie Beard Kathryn Beard Elizabeth Benbow Betty Bostic Elsie Lee Brake wiLMA Bridges Mary Brown Dorothy Baumgardner Mabel Bowman Edith Burleson Kathleen Byrd Lucille Campbell Frances Canipe Laura Carson Gwendolyn Clodfelter Anna Belle Coffey Margaret Collier Anna Lena Cooper Annabell Council Hazel Craft Louise Cress Rosalie Dearmin Mary Lou Dedmon Hazel Dixon Routh Dixon Gretchen Duncan Stella Dye Bernice Echerd Geraldine Edwards Minnie Edwards Polly Edwards Willie Lou Elam Margaret English Louise Fisher Hilda Foreman elizabeth furr Dona Gantt Martha Garner Dorothy Griffith Alma Haynes Martha Harrill Mildred Harrill Joy Harris Mary Lillian Haynes Elizabeth Heade Delma Hensley Mary Hilliard Edna Holloway Vivian Holloway Vivian Hoots Eva Jones Hopkins Louise Hudgins MARY Hudgins Joy Johnson Helen Jonas Cleo Jones Elizabeth Jones Ruby Kilpatrick Aline King Blanche Kiser FRANCES LATHAN Vista Lawson JANE LEFLER Louise Leonard JANICE Little JQSIE Little Mildred Little Virginia Logan Lucille Lopp LUCIENNE MASSEY Mary Maynard Ethel McCann Mary McCollum Gladys McCurdy Mary McCurry Ellen McFall Rhetta McLamb Daisy Lee Meacham Mary Louise Melvin Betty Modlin Martha Monteith Mary Montieth Ann Moore Evelyn Newsome Sarah Palmer CHARLOTTE Parker Evelyn Parker Virginia Parrish Veo Pate JENNIE Lowe Peebles Faye Hood Pennland KATHLEEN POINDEXTER Clara Hunter Porter Edith Pratt Geraldine Redding Margaret Rhyne Martha Ritchie Katie Jean Rowe Hazel Saine Pauline Sale Beatrice Satterwhite Madeline Scroggs Frances Setzer Geraldine Setzer Helen smith JOHNIE Speas Pearl Steelman Martha Stonestreet Ruth Suggs Stella Tate Inez Teeter Gladys Terry Lola Thomas Blanche Townsend Olive Turner Eugenia Vernon Margaret Voss Ruth Wagner Claire Wall Mary Wallace Catherine Ward Jean Warwick Ruth watts Rena White Bernice Whitesides Muzette Wilkerson ESTELLE York LOUISE York Page Onu Hundred Fifty-seven CLUBS Clubs are the incubators of many abili- ties and skills. Each has its oivn objec- tives and makes its oicn contribution to the whole . . . Out of childhood into manhood Now had grown my Hiawatha. Skilled in all the crafts of hunters. Learned in all the lore of old men In all youthful sports and pastimes. In all manly arts and labors ... THE 1939 RHODODENDRON ii f ' ' ' r IcMiEl Hawkins Which r MATHEMATICS CLUB ornctRs First Haii- j. c. hawkins . . Pete Hornfeck ELSIE Lee Brake Francis Hoover Dr. J. T. C. Wright I ' rcsidcnl Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Second Halp James Tucker Francis Hoover , , Geraldine Redding Jack Ruefing , President . - Vice-President Secretarii -Treasurer liepnrter RO! I, Ralph Abcrnalhy. Arthur Alchlcy. Henry B.iggctt. FIsic B.irnctic. Flsic Lee Brake. Golden Buckland. Frances Canipc. Luther Carson. Howard Christensen. Martin Cole, Wilbur Craft. Culver Dale. Bernice Echerd. Bill Edwards. Ernest Ervin. Cyrus law. Geneva Goodman. Thomas Graybcal. Hoyle Greene. Paul Greene. Tom Haigwood. Barnard Harris. Rachel Harris. J. C. Hawkins. Boycc Helms. Eric Hill. Ned Honeycutt. Francis Hoover. Pete Hornfeck. Stephen Houscr. Frank Hoyle. Edwin Johnson. Russell McCollum. Ethel McDade. Harr y Mock. Charlotte Parker. Glenn Perry. Ralph Perry. Jack Polcat. Geraldine Redding. Jack RufTing. Culos Settle. Mary Betty Shepherd. W. Fi. Tarman. Groely Teaguc. Glenn Troute. James Tucker. Ecdes Wall, Hugh White, Louise Williams, Jonas Yarborough. Page One Hundred Sixty THE 1939 RHODODENDRON BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Eugene E. GARBEE Scoutmaster THOMAS GRAYBEAL Assistant Scoutmaster Robert Jamison Senior Pqtrol Lead-;r John Bess Scribe Campbell Stewart Treasurer Dr. D. J. Whitener A. R. Smith TROOP COMMITTEE Dr. Abrams Chairman Barnard Dougherty ROLL John Bess, Raymond Brady. Golden Buckland. James Church. Wayne Church, Cyrus Paw. Burke Fidler, Rex Gordon, Thomas Graybeal, Banks Heafner, Robert Hill. Robert Jamison. Ward Laney. Campbell Stewart, Lee West. Page One Hundred Sixty-one THE 1939 RHODODENDRON Y. M. C. A. 11 I NKVCl ' TT L. C. MAPLES . . . WAYNE Church Jerome Huneycutt Banks Heafner L. H. Church Wiley Smith OFFICERS President ' tce- President Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain (Chorister Sponsor ROLL Ralph Abcrnathy. Miles Annas. G. R, Barefoot. Jr.. Franklin Durant Bell. Clyde Bess. John Bess. Jr.. Paul Bess. Dick Blanion. Russell Blanton. Raymond Brady. Golden Buckland. L. H. Church, Wayne Church. W. M. Christenscn. W. R. Curlcc. Burris Day. Wheeler Farthing. Burke Fidler. Wilbur Franklin. James W. Gantt. Rex Gordon. Thomas Graybeal. Paul Green. .James David Hamilton. Tom Haigwood. Jr.. Banks Heafner. George Heafner. Eric W. Hill. Robert S. Hill. Max Hovis. Jerome Hunevcutt, Robert Jamison. Bill Jones. Irvin Kelly. Ralph Kiser. Howard Kiser. F. J. Little. Bob Long. Walter Manny. L. C. Maples. Fd Mcacham. Russell McCollum. Harold McGec. Fred Putnam. J. C. Phillips, J r.. Robert Phillips. Jack Sialey, Culos Settle. Campbell Stewart, Thomas Stewart. Hugh S. White. Joe White. William Wright. Page One Hundred Sixty-two THE 1939 RHODODENDRON Y. W. C. A. Harrill Baxdv Tkrrv McClrdy OFFICERS MARTHA HARRILL President Doris Bandy ... Vice-President Gladys Terry Secretary GLADYS MCCURDY Treasurer E UDELL FORMYDUVAL . Social Chairman Vivian HOLLOWAY Program Chairman Zenna Halsey Geneva Armstrong Kathryn Bracey Porter stiles Evelyn Brown Ruth Suggs . Social Service Student Volunteer Reporter Publicity Chorister Pianist ROLL Faye Anthony. Geneva Armstrong. Dorothy Atkinson. Lucille Baker. Doris Bailey. Doris Bandy. Helen Bandy. Annette Blanton. Leafybelle Blanton. Frances Bodenhamcr. Betty Bostic. Mable Bowman. Kathryn Bracey. Elsie Lee Brake. Irma Bridges. Arlee Broyhill. Jean Buchanan. Ruby Mac Bullock. Dorothy Baumgardner. Katherinc Burleson. Azilc Burns, Jean Caudle. Minnie Mae Cline. Gwendolyn Clodfelter. Louise Comer. Elene Conner. Mozelle Costncr. Margaret Cowles. Gwendolyn Crawford. Kathleen Day. Mary Lou Dedmon. Diana Lynn DcLapp. Sara Doggett. Rebecca Donnelly. Mary Dunn. Elizabeth Ellis. Elizabeth Eubanks. Elizabeth Forgay. EudcU Formyduval. Dona Gantt, Vcrnelle Gilliam. Dorothy Griffith. Zenna Halsey. Joy Harris. Rachel Harris. Mildred Harrell, Martha Harrill. Elizabeth Heade. Louise Hewitt. Mary Hilliard. Rubye Hinson. Vivian Holloway. Eva Jones Hopkins. Mary E. Howard. Ruth Howard. Gwendolyn Hunt. Evelyn Koontz. Helen Jonas. Ann Jones. Cleo Jones. Joy Johnson. Iris Landis. Hilda Lanier. Vista Lawson. Jane Lefler. Virginia Logan. Idell Lowder. Lucille Lopp. Janice Little. Josie Little. Eugenia Lynn. Mary McCollum. Gladys McCurdy. Mary B. McGill. Geneva McManus. Christine Mabe. Mary Maynard. Daisy Lee Meacham. Mary L. Melvin. Elizabeth Mills. Allie Mills. Martha Montieth. Mary E. Montieth. Alma Moore. Ann Moore. Charlotte Parker. Odessa Parks. Virginia Parrish, Sara Penninger. Kathleen Poindexter. Clara H. Porter. Edith Pratt. Sarah F. Pyron. Geraldinc Redding. Margaret Rhyne. Martha Ritchie, Pauline Sale, Madeline Scroggs. Doris Setzer. Frances Setzer. Gcraldine Sctzer. Helen Smith. Johnnie Speas. Frances Spillman. Meredith Spratt. Ruth Spoon. Pearl Steelman. Sarah Stone. Martha Stonestreet. Ruth Suggs. Mildred Taylor. Gladys Terry. Mabel Todd, Rubv Trexler, Lucille Upton, Margaret Voss. Claire Wall. Marguerite Webb. M, Catherine Wise, Beulah Wood, Pearl York. £: i -|f .. ■ ' ( ' ( f % Formyduval Holloway Armstrong Brown ' Suggs Page One Hundred Sixty-three THE 1939 RHODODENDRON I 1 Wf mJM ■ m ■P ■ I 1 ji K s. fl 1 IM HHII 1 N i « M V ' ■ K R [1 r jfc 1 i i f [J f 1 LisS I FORENSIC CLUB FALL Quarter Winter Quarter KvLE Dickson President Catherine Mills Presuieni Catherine Mills Vice-Presidem John Hollowell Vice-President Dorothy Bunch Secretary Dorothy Atkinson Secretary-Treasurer WiLMA Bridges Treasurer Spring Quarter Howard KISER President Dorothy Jonas Secretary-Treasurer Edna HOLLOWAY ' ice- President L. H. CHURCH Reporter JUNIOR MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE First Quarter Second quarter Geneva Armstrong President L. H Churc:h President Edwin CARTER Vice-President MILDRED HARRILI. Vice-President KATHRYN BRACY Secretary ETTA MILLS Secretary Lucille LOPPE Treasurer CHARLOTTE STARNES Treasurer DELMA HENSLEY Chorister LORENA WAGNER , Chorister MADGE CARTER Pianist GLADYS TERRY Pianist THIRD Quarter EDWIN CARTER President EDNA HOLLOWAY Treasurer JOHNNIE SPEAS Vice-President L. H. ChliRCH Chorister MARY BROWN . Secretary LILY RUTII BLAYLOCK Pianist ' Ai Page One Hundred Sixty-four THE 1939 RHODODENDRON ■ c2i HP S F H Ih JBb ' ' h ' kmKv v lfi A-4Hfe MC Ex3 b. 9i P i . ' MAm . m ' , --IS ' ' ' WHITE HALL CLUB First Half of Year Frances Anderson President Jean Warwick Vice-President Mary Milliard Secretary-Treasurer Second half of Year Jean Warwick President Helen Smith Vice-President Beatrice satterwhite Sec.-Treas. LOVILL CLUB FALL Quarter Agnes RHYNE President Margaret Collier Vice-President ANNE Moore Secretary-Treasurer Cleo Jones jamtor Margaret Yarborough Dorothy Griffith . OFFICERS Winter Quarter Margaret Greene President Anne Moore Vice-President Betty BOSTIC Secretary-Treasurer Cleo Jones Jamtor Spring Quarter President POLLY McCOLLUM . Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President EVELYN FORMYDUVAL . Janitor Page One Hundred Sixty-five THE 1939 RHODODENDRON B. S. U. COUNCIL GLADYS Terry . Presidem CULOS Settle First Vice-President MARTHA HARRILL Second Vice-President Geneva Armstrong Third Vice-President Lucille Upton Recording Secretary Sylvia Page Corresponding Secretary WAYNE Church Treasurer Vivian HoLH)WAY College Representative Mil ION Mast Town Representative MARGARET GREENE Reporter Mary McCOLLUM Poster Chairman ANNETTE BLANTON , Chorister Sunday School Representatives: GENEVA McManus, Fred smith, Claire wall, David Thurman, Frances Canipe. B. T. U. Vivian HOLLOWAY Director Phoebe Lou Shirley Assistant Director Margaret COWLES , Devotional Leader Lucille Whitley Genera Secretary MADGE carter Pianist Delma HENSLEY Chorister Betty BOSTIC President of Union Lucille Upton President of Union GENEVA Armstrong President of Union RACHEL HARRIS President of Union Page One Hundred Sixty-six THE 1939 vj cJLauuojut I LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Andre Nadeau . . MARTHA Ritchie - Louise Leonard Paul Greene . . Mrs. Van Hinson President Vice-President - - Secretary - Treasurer Sponsor v a -»i 4 . -«- i HOME ECONOMICS CLUB r-ALL Quarter Marie HALSEY . President Kathleen POINDEXTER Vice-President Mary Carolyn Price Secretary Mildred Taylor , Treasurer Winter Quarter Mary Carolyn Price President BEULAH FUNDERBURK Vice-President MABLE Todd Secretary Pearl York Treasurer Spring Quarter Marjorie Douglas . President Annie Beard Mrs. Wylmoth Jenkins Vice-President Virginia Mitchell Miss Lucy Brock Sponsor Secretary Treasurer Paye One }IundreJ Sixty-seven THE 1939 RHODODENDRON t MSMi INTE RNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB JAMES Wall President Wheeler Farthing ' ice- President Ruth Suggs . Pecordmci SeiretarL Louise Leonard Ciirrespondinii Secretary DWIGHT Grubbs Treasurer Dr. D. J. Whitener - Sponsor ROI L Elsie ' Bcirnclic, 1 lu ' Im.i Bt ' .ini, Golden BuckKind. .I.ickio Carico. Wheeler Farthing. Dwight Grubbs. Zcnna Halsey. Stanley Harris. Lawrence Hornfcck. Kenneth Johnson. rhuma.s I.cary, Louise Leon.ird. Klhcl McDade. Catherine Morris. Andre Nadeau. Herman Owens. laye Poovey. Josephine Robinson. Ruth Spoon, Ruth Suggs. U. S. Thomas, Lola 1 homas. James I ' ucker. lidith Walker. James Wall. Page One Hundred Sixty-eight THE 1939 RHODODENDRON NATIONAL ECONOMICS CLUB First Semester Thomas GRAYBEAL President Howard KIMEL Vice-President Louise Leonard Secretary-Treasurer Second semester Herman Owens President Golden BUCKLAND Vice-President Ruth Spoon Secretary-Treasurer Mr. W. M. GRUBBS Sponsor ROLL Golden Buckland. Lalla Clay. Wheeler Farthing. Thomas Graybeal, Dwight Grubbs. Louis Hartley. Pete Hornfeck. Ruth Howard, Kenneth Johnson. Howard Kimel. Louise Leonard. Catherine Mills. Catherine Morris. Andre Nadeau, Herman Owens. Faye Poovey, Agnes Rhyne. Ruth Spoon. Ruth Suggs, James Tucker, James Wall. Page One Hundred Si.xty-nine THE 1939 RHODODENDRON A CAPELLA CHOIR niRHC lORS Miss Viiu ' .inia WARY Director MU. GOKIX)N NASH . . Director MK. 111. wood ROBERTS . . Director Sopranos Tenors A. Bl.ANTON Davii Bi ck EvKj.vs Brdw N H. ( HKISTENSEN Lalla Clay JojiN Elam LoiisE Crkss [,EONARD El-RY Mu.DREii Earl Vm. Franklin Hessie Jaynes J. C. Hawkins R. Kilpatru K 1 . H. lllNEYClTT Ri-Tii Srcfis Cltfeosi) Long LoRENA Wagoner J. V. HlllLLlPS Mrs. Whitener R. Phillips Alios Basses Edith Burleson M. Costs KR (;. Crawforu LOL ' ISK KfRV DkLLMA HKNSr.FV Mrs. ( . Johnson Mrs. K. l.iTTi.K Rviu Spoon- Pkarl Smith Porter Stilus Jessie Sifford E J E ( !•■ DWix Carter HONEYCVTT ccLES Wall HARLES Wright RANK YODER OPFICERS T. B. HUNHYCUTT President EVELYN Brown ' ice- President Louise Cress Secretary ECCLES WALL . Treasurer Page One IhindreJ Seventy THE 1939 RHODODENDRON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Gordon Nash Director First Violin: Second Trumpet : Bass Horn: Helen bandy George boyce John Elam MARSHALL Brady J. B. Hagaman Vista Lawson Robert Lovill First Horn : Natalie Purdom First Clarinet: A. Y. Howell Second Violin : Russell Blanton John T. King Anna Lena Cooper MARGARET Hardin Second Clarinet: Flute: JANICE Little LAURA Ruth Hagaman Josephine Miller JosiE Little Caroline Miller Lucille Miller Piano : Charlotte Parker Stringed Bass ' loUn : Warren Mitchell Clara Porter Sarah baines First Trombone: Drums : Solo Cornet: Greer Hodges JOHN Crisp HARVEY TAYLOR First Trumpet : Alto Saxophone: Cello: Agnes Preston George Davis MARY Doris Wright bt i. -iSl f Ml mJ. , ii ' « . J ' J. ' SifJfcfcW T - - 1. , T2Hi llHBHHf Page One Hundred Seoentij-one PLAYCRAFTERS OFl ICHRS Kvi.H Dickson I ' n ' sulcnl jKROMli HUNHYCUTT ' ice-Presicifnl Ann Jones Secrvuiry EccLEs Wall TmisLirer ANTONius Anton AKOs Director Katherine H. Johnson Associate Director PLflYCRAFTERS Duiuthy Atkinson, Duris B;tndy, Carol Banner. Baines Harnett. Madge Beam. Annette Blanton. Blanche Blue. Elsie Brake, Virginia Bryant, Golden Buckland. Dorothy Bunch. Kay Burleson. Azile Burns, Edith Chamhers. L. H. Church. Lalla Clay, Anna Belle Coffey, Elene Conner, Ruth Cray ton, Louise Cress, W. R. Curlee. Kathleen Day, Melvin Daughteridge. Mary Lou Dedinon, Diana Lynn DeLapp. Gretchen Dun- can, Stella Dye. Elizabeth Ellis. Elizaheth Eubanks. Hilda Foreman, Cleo Frye. Dona Gantt, Adam Gib- son. Iris Rose Gibson. Horace Good, Thomas Graybeal. Florence Gwaltney. Joy Harris, Rachel Harris, Sue Xell HoUiday, Mary E. Howard, Ruth Howard, Wylmoth Jenkins. Joy Johnson, Cleo Jones, Ruby Kilpatrick. Howard Kiser, Evelyn Koontz. Hilda Lanier. Jane Lefler, Janice Little. Josie Little, Rebecca Little, Clifford Long. Idell Lowder. Eugenia Lynn, ' irginia McCall, Mary C. McCollnm, Ellen McFall. Geneva McManus, Catherine Mills, Elizabeth Mills, Martha Monteith, Mary E. Monteith. Ann Moore, Jack Nantz, J, C. Phillips. Clara H. Porter, Pauline Sale. Frances Setzer, Evelyn Stewart. Frances Stubbs, Gladys Terry, Ruth Wagoner. Claire Wall. James Wall. Pearl York. ? F £i THE 1939 RHODODENDRON U mH FORENSICS c Debale Coaches: J. D. Rankin D. J. Whitkner Coaches in Oratory: J. Harold Wolfe Zi:i). H. Burns Df hut era: KYLI-: Dickson JANins Wall Cleg Jones Iris Rose Gibson William Franklin Howard Kimel MAi:ELLE Walker Catherine Mills [■lowers Clark John Crisp Dorothy Bunch Dorothy Jonas Orators: Howard Kiser liccLEs Wall spr-:p-:cH winni-:rs I irst Place in After- Dinner Speakinii: Ann Jones, Appalachian. Second Place m Speech to Hostile Audience: Catherine Mills. Soiiihc.isii-rii. Second Place in Argumentation: Cleg JGNES. Southeastern. Iirnt Place in After-Dinner Speaking: Iris Rose Gibson. Southeastern. l-irst Place in Formulating Group Opinion: Iris Rose Gibson. Second Place in Oratory for Girls: CATHERINE MILLS. Second Place in Oratory tor Boys: HOWARD KlSER. Second Place in Extemporaneous Speaking: JAMES WALL. Second Place in After-Dinner Speaking: IRIS Rose Gibson. Appalachian won second place in debating in the South Atlantic Tour- nament and during the year partici- pated in a total of sixty-nine debates. Page One Hundred Seventy-four THE 1939 RHODODENDRON CAMPFIRE GIRLS Tanda Group Gatusi Group Miss CLEON HAVNES Guanlian ROUTH Dixon Assislunt Guardian Louise QUACKENBUSH President Daisy Austin. Doris Bailey. Nancy Beam. Frances Bodenhamer. Kathryn Bracey. Elsie Lee Brake, Gwendolyn Clodfeltcr. Bertha Grouse, Routh Dixon. Cecelia Farlow. Irene Fort. Dorothy Jonas. Helen Jonas. Jennie Lowe Peebles. Peggy Pittman, Louise Quack cnbush. Gcraldine Redding. Ruth Suggs. Gladys Terry. Pearl York. Netopew Group Miss Dorothy Ellis Ruth Howard . . LoisNELL Sparks Mrs. E. E. Garble Margaret Knott Dona Gantt , Guardian Assistant Guardian President Evelyn Adams. Charlotte Alley. Florinc Brown. Nell Coffey. Agnes Faggart. Rena Mae Farthing, Dona Gantt. Geneva Good- man. Joy Harris, Joy Johnson. Margaret Knott. Janice Little. Josie Little, Lucienne Massey. Faye Miller. Agnes Rhyne. Frances Setzer. Johnnie Speas. Virginia Yount. Guardian Assistant Guardian President Mary Dunn. Edna Edwards. Ella Edwards. Elsie Hartman. Mary Elizabeth Howard, Ruth Howard. Doris Jones. Jeanne Knox. Mary B. Knox. Helen McKinney. Thelma McKinncy. Bculah Scott. Loisnell Sparks. Margaret Washam. Margaret Yarbrough. Page One Hundred Seventy-live STUDENT COUNCIL JAMFS W ' M.l.. Chairman SENIOR RHPRKSliNTATlVES annette bi.anton Wheeler farthing THOMAS GRAYBEAL George Powell Josephine Robinson james wall Junior Representatives George Corn dwight grubbs ANN Jones JAMES Tucker sophomore Representatives Pete Horneeck MAX Hovis F-RESHMAN REl ' RESi:NTATIVi:S J. T. Cunningham BILLY Hedgepeth lAGULTV Executive Committee Dr. J. D. RANKIN. Chairman DR. D. J. WHITENER Prof. Wm. 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LOL ' ISli LliONARD CAs Selected From WHO ' S WHO Jami-s Wall APPALACHIAN STATE IHOMAS GRAYBHAL AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Wheeler Farthing James Tucker TEACHERS COLLEGE JUNIORS AND SENIORS DWIGHT GRUBBS -.Pn t ' ' -- v vC ' ' . Mrs. X THOMAS GRA :cl)!or — The Rh JOE TODDS ESSO SERVICE Complete One Stop Service Main Street Phone ItKlf) BoONE. N. C. CANDID CAMERA CLICKS Coiii) liiticiifn ( Grest5-10-25c Store (Next to Farmers Hdwe.) Boone ' s Most Up-to-Datc Dime Store R. A. MANSHir, .Iii.. Mgr. WALKER ' S JEWELRY STORE Watches, Diamonds. Kings, and School Supplies Appalachian State Teachers College Students Always Welcome Boone Trail Cafe Grade A Institution You ' re Alieaijn Welcome + Tom B. Redmond Class of ' :34 ynih r-iri Read Duivn : Educational Bigshots. A Cupel la. Jr. Soup ' s On. Champion Wrestlers. Meet Your p-rionds At The Appalachian Soda Shop The Bishop Entertains. Surveying Football Prospects. Gurhee Gets Knotty. CAROLINA PHARMACY The Jhiii Sliirc of Scrrir( (1)1(1 Rclidliilit 11 Prescriptions We Deliver — Phone 47 Boone, N. C. Page Two Hundred lout Amateurs. The Workshop. Birds of a Feather. Romeu and Juliet. Bactenuluyy. 1 he Old and the New. Errand Boy. Center of Attraction. What ' s Wrona Heref Af palachian Wfisteni Caiolina ' s Fiiu ' .st Tlieatre Extends Best Wishes to the Student Body and Graduating Class ATTEND Sljmmkr School June 6 TO August 25, 1939 Boone, N. C. Compliments of Pearce-Young Angel Co. Wholesale Fruits and Produce Asheville, N. C. Compliments of Boone Drug Go. The Rexall Store Phone 17 G. K. Moose, Mgr. Compliments Watauga Democrat STYLE CENTER Always presenting the new- est and smartest styles for young men Prevette ' s Men ' s Shop Boone, N. C. Phone 162 Page Ta ' o Hundred Five Murdock Chair Manulacturing Company Chairs, Rockers, Porch Furniture E. E. Laikey, MdiKiyii HiDDENITE, N. C. Complinteiits Waldensian Bakeries Shelby Hickory Valdese morganton Lenoir ' The HAM delicious ' A Taste Will Win Your Favor A Rich, Tender, Delectable Flavor All Its Own SELECTO Thf BACON delicious East Tennessef-. AND Wf ' .stern Nomii Garoi.ina Railroad Company THE CHARLOTTE BROADCAST Seeing Double. I ' m f iind AnrTiiiinccr. Syniphunu Oichf. ' liu. Lnyint-tr. Calling Bryant 70 ' f. ' Announcers. Siynin ' Up. PiiQe Tu ' u Hundred Six ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY (Distributors for) DiEHL Mfg. Company Faun and Ventilating Equipment Walker Brothers Acid and Alkalize Resisting Conduit Trumbull Electric Mfg. Co ..Switches, Panels and Switchboards General Electric Company Mazda Lamps Hygrade Lamp Company Tungsten Lamps Samson-United Corp. Percolators, Toasters and Heating Appliances RuTENBER Electric Co Electric Ranges John C. Virden Co Residential Lighting Fixtures Wheeler Reflector Co Street Lights and Industrial Fixtures Harvey Hubbell, Inc Sockets, Receptacles and Wiring Devices (Wholesale Only) + + warehouse and offices 16-18 Commerce Street Telephone 3005 AsHEviLLE, North Carolina SUMMERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY COMPANY JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE Page Two Hundred Seven GARR BROTHERS JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Lumber, Building Matkriai. Celotex and Fir Tex Insulation Curtis Mill Work Hanna ' s Green Seal Paint W. W. Mac Go. 5c to $1.00 Boune ' s Furoiite Dime Store Faithfully Serving A. S. T. C. Students For Nine Years NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER GOMPANY BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA ConiijliiHciits of Dave Steel Gompan asheville, n. c. Humecominy. Scrimmage. Yellers. Initiation. I humbin ' a Rule. Page I au IhmJrtJ Light HaUoive ' en Party. Bonfire. Big Sister — Little Sister. Pep Meeting. Goblins. Bird ' s Eye View. BELK-WHITE CO We Sell it for Less BOONE, N. C. Compliments of NOLAND COMPANY, Incorporated winston-salem, n. c. DANIEL BOONE HOTEL ' 1)1 the heart of flu: mouiitain. ' i of the Blue Ridge Parkway Elevation 3333 J. B. McCOY, Manayer BOONE, N. C. REINS-STURDIVANT Funeral Directors BOONE, X. C. PHONE 24 AMBULANCE SERVICE NORTH WILKESBORU SPARTA WEST JEFFERSON Page Two Hundred Nine HEATING— STOKERS AIR-CONDITIONING RESIDENTIAL. INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT f THE LANCASTER COMPANY 121-12o V. Market St. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Phone 5195 A. S. T. C. BOOK STORE Student fJead quarters Soft Drinks College Seal Jewelry and Pennants Com pi i»i nits of SMITH-HIGGINS CO. JOHNSON CITY. TENN. You Name It. Ubiquitous. Arnold Ramey. Campus Election. Football. Studying. ' ' 12:30 Rush. Page Two Hundred Ten APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS CDLLEGE BOONE. N, C. f Deroteii Exchisircly to Teacher Tniiiiiug for Public Eiiiicntioii in the South • FULL SUMMER QUARTER We of the Rhododendron wish to express our appreciation and thanks to those people who have contributed some part in making this book possible. We wish to thank: Mr. Bilj. Mitchell of the Observer Printing House for his faithful and tireless efforts in laying out and printing this book. Mr. M. F. Dunbar of Dunbar and Daniels Studio for his excellent photography. Prof. A. Antonakos for his splendid co-operation in all activities and for his photography. Mr. Paul Weston of the Boone Photo Shop for his many courtesies. Rev. Paul Townsend for his assistance in executing the theme. The Department of Conservation of the State of Tennessee for the picture of the Norris Dam. The North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development for the picture of the seedlings. Dr. W. Amos Abrams for his time and unselfish efforts during the campus elections. Mr. Gene Wike, Publicity Director, for his pictures, camera time and whole-hearted co-operation. Page Two Hundred Eleven THE PHOTOGRAPHS In This Annual Were Made by iititbar txnh iautpl INCORPORATED 132 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. Largest College Annual Photogiaf)hers in the South Fine Portraits Prompt Service Engraving -hy- Charlotte Engraving Co. Charlotte, N. C. Printing ami Binding -hy- Observer Printing House INCORI ' ORM LU Cl.uirlotte, TV. C. Page Two Hundred Twelve APPAL STATE TEACI • C • H • I • A • N E,-RS COLLE-G-E ■s-m i- ' ' '

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