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' " Lifi- x c V j V. 1941 RHODO DZNDRON Tr?J ' • ' .•• I r na ' AJ : » ' t» ' .( .vM " . V2 :-i. " %.X ' - • n. i Sl hl ■, ' iMMHMtf n i kJi Uis;-;; ' ' fe f J , • • i |;?iii: r;L-i S ' - -i ' .: .v. r w. f i- ' • ' EHODO DENDRON ANNUAL OF APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA FRANK HENDRICKS Editor In Chief RAYMOND BRADY Business Manager (zMtss Jennie Todd DEDICATION No attempt to review the progress of Appalachian State Teachers Col- lege would be complete without an effort to pay tribute to MiSS JENNIE Todd. Because her first thought has always been of others — be it the low- liest freshman or the highest senior; because where duty stops, she has continued beyond unselfishly and sympathetically: and because she has carved a place in the hearts of the students which time cannot erase — we are proud to dedicate the nineteen forty -one Rhododendron. rOHE ORD ' ?»- -; The 1941 Rhododendron is your book. Therefore ive have tried to make it ichat you would want most, a picture story of the present for the album of the future. We hope that It will prove a useful record of names and faces, an encyclopedia of 1 41. We hope. too. that as you turn its pages you will recapture those hours that you most joyfully remember and that it Will keep ever present for you friends too dear to be forgotten. CONTENTS BOOK ONE COLLEGE BOOK TWO CLASSES BOOK THREE ATHLETICS BOOK FOUR CLUBS SOCIETIES PUBLICATIONS BOOK FIVE MAY COURT SUPERLATIVES SPONSORS CAMPUS President ' s Home BOOK I COLLEGE ■ - : i-v4. ' »-% jk. A • C ' VvX - ' ' V 2? ■ •- I I nw pirl ' " IT ■) - ' .- rs ' . . s:. ' .-,- ' - -- - ■ • ' fe fliU. j Newland Hall Science ' Butldi ng It V ■ 7? ■ at tf. I s: S ' lS %c Library M |M||y| Home Economics building " Blan- olf Hall Justice Hall Watauga oAcademy BOARD OF TRUSTEES G. P. HAGAMAN, Chuirman . Boone. N. C. Eugene Transou Sparta, N. C. G. H. GEITNER Hickory. N. C. T. C. Bowie West Jefferson, N. C. H. H. Sullivan Asheville. N, C. HUGH CRANER Wilkesboro, N. C. I. T. AVERY Morganton. N. C. MRS. E. F. REID Lenoir. N. C. V. D. GUIRE Lenoir. N. C. DR. B. B. DOUGHERTY President of Appalachian State Teachers College ADMINISTRATION Page Seventeen B. B. Dougherty B.S., Ph.B., D. Litt., D.Ed. President J. D. RANKIN A.B.. A.M.. S.T.D. Dean — English Hi;rman r. Ecgkks A.B., A.M. RvQistrar MvRTi.i-: Brandon B.S..M.A. Dean nf Women E. S. CllRlsri-NBURY B.A., M.A. Dean of Instruction Page Eighteen Chapell Wilson A.B., A.M. Director Demonstration School John Howell B.S.. M.A..M.Ed. Principal Elementary School Frank Hamrick A.B.. M.A. Principal of High School BARNARD Dougherty B.S. Business Manager Wiley Smith ZED H. Burns KELLY G. MILES BURKE M. Smith A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S.. M.S.. D.Ed. B.S., M.S. A.B.,M.A. Psychology Education Education Psychology HERBERT ' W. WEY MRS. J. EDWIN Rivers CARRIE S. SMITH G. L. BUSHEY B.S. .M.A. A.B..M.A. B.A.,M.A. A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. Education Education Supervisor of Reading Education — History Page Nineteen W. Amos Abkams A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. Enghxh Graydon p. Egghrs A.B.,M.A..Ph.D. English A. J. Grhen English Ml; 1 A Swain Ln.i-.s A.B.. M.A. English STARR M. WOOD Mrs. C. F. McCollum Gordon nasii J. ELvvooD Robi;rts A.B..M.A. A.B..M.A. A.B. A.B. English English Music Music VIRGINIA WARY B.M. Music NATALIE PURDOM A.B. Music ANTONIUS ANTONAKOS B.S..M.S. Physics R. C. BUSTEED B.S.. M.S.. Ph.D. Bioliigy Page Twenty MAUDE EOLA CATHCART Ida BELLt LEDBETTER A. R. Smith Louise Moore B.S.,M.A.,Ph.D. A.B..M.A. A.B.,M.A. B.S..L.S. Biology Biology Chemistry L ' brary Science MRS. Emma H. Moore Librarian A M Leonard Eury A.B.. B.S. in L.S, Librarian ALLiE Austin B.S, Librarian Mrs. van HiNsoN A.B.. MA. French Joseph A. Williams JULIAN S. YODER J. T. C. Wright STARR STACY A.B.,M.A. B.S..M.A. A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. A.B..M.A. Geography Geography Mathematics Geography Page Twenty-one D.J. Whitener J. HAROLD Wolfe vanc:e Howell I-. li. Warman A.B.,M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A.,Ph.D. B.A., A.M. B.S.. M.A., B.D.. D.D, istory and Government History and Sociology History History George L. sawyer A.B., M.A. E. C. DUGGINS A.B.,M.A. GENE WIKE B.S. W. M. GRUBBS B.A,. M.A. History Economics Publicity Director History Economics and Cjocernment Eugene E. Garble Robert w. watkins PHILLIP C ART WRIGI 11 lllL ' RSiA SI LED B.S. , M.A. A.B.. M.A. B.S.,M.S, B.S.. M.A. Physical Education Athletic Director Physical Education Physical Education Page Twenty-two rr n ■ ' %; ' CLEON HAYNES A.B..M.S. Physical Education Kenneth w. Iversen Clyde Canipe B.S., M.A. B.S. Physical Education Physical Education — Coach Rena Donnell B.S. .M.S. Home Economics Glada b. walker Mrs. Cullen Johnson Lucy Brock Mrs. Graydon p. Eggers A.B..M.A. B.S. A.B.. M.S. B.S. Art An Home Economics Secretary to Dean Geraldine 1 ox Chloe Greer Mrs. Lillie B. Hardin Jennie Todd Secretary Secretary to Registrar Hostess B.S. Supervisor of Women Page Twenty-three MRS. Viola Paci-: Odell Mrs. Rum RiiD.vioND Grac;i-; S. Bovd B.S. Sfcrelary to I ' rfsuhni Secretary to Hostess Business Manager Mrs. Mal ' o Kii.i i-v Secretary to Business Manager IN MEMORIAM J. M. DOWNUM June 8, 1856 — June 8. 1940 ■ Coming to Appalachian as Professor of Latin in 1910. he became Registrar in 1921. and served in this office until his passing. Page Twenty-lour SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jack Ruffing President Joy Harris Vice-President Virginia Morris Secretary Ruth Smith Treasurer SENIORS miju ssj.j. ' i ' va Etha malena Adams Varina. N. C. English and History Tli;ilian Lilt-rary Societj- (2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (. ' , .1); riaycraftcrs (4): N. C. E. A. (4); B. T. l " . (I. - ' . i): Ilislury Club C4J; Lovill Club (1, 2, i). MARGARET ANN ALEXANDER Kannapolis. N. C. History and Science Mitchell College (I. 21; I). T. l " . (4); Dvnician I.ilcrary Society (3, 4); Wbitc Hall Club (.!); Lovill I ' hib (4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Juuior Ministerial Alli- ance (3, 4); Playcrafters (4); Intramural Athletics (3. 4). n.ORA VlRClNlA ALLEN Pcachland. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Vini;ate Junior College (1. 2); White Hall Club (3); Forensic Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4): Thalian Literary Society (3, 4); Playcrafters (3. 4); N. C. E. A. (4). JENNIE Sue ALLEN Ellcnboro. N. C. English and French Lovill Club (] : Playcrafters (I); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4); Censor (4); White Hall Club (1. 2): Junior Class Alarshal; Le Cerclc FraiKais (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). DOROTIIV JEANETTE ATKINSON Mullins. S. C. Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters (1. 21; Y. W. C. A. (2. 3. 4); Cabinet (3, 4); Forensic Club (2. 3), Secretary (2); Junior Ministerial Alliance (1. 2); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4 ; D. S. V. Council C4). CLARIS Louise Austin Wingate. N. C. Grammar Grade Education History of Appalachian State Teachers College By D. J. Whitenhr Appalachian State Teachers College was first chartered as a State institution in 1 903. Its history is largely the biography of two brothers. D. D. and Page Twenty-eight JUANITA BAGGETT Erwin. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Methodist Junior Choir (1); Epworth League (1); Phila Retian Literary Society {4), Officer (4); Home Economics Club (4); N. C. E. A. (4). Doris geraldine Bailey Summerficld. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (2. 3. 4) ; White Hall Club (1. 2. 3): Camp Fire Girls (2): Y. V. C. A. (2); Methodist Club (2, }, 4); Intramural Sports (2, i); Future Teachers Club (4). CLYDE MAE BALDWIN West Jefferson. N. C. Primary Education Leola Margaret Bame Salisbury. N. C. Grammar Grade Education HELEN BANDY Lincolnton. N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. (2, 3. 4); Cabinet (2, 3, 4); College Orchestra (2, 3, 4); jrcthodist Club (2, 3, 4), Pianist (3): Dynician Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Pianist (2, 3). ELSIE BARNETTE Ellenboro. N. C. Mathematics, English, and Science Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); .Mathematics Club (2, 3. 4J, Secretary and Treas- urer (3): International Relations Club (2, 3. 4) li ' lw ' s ii ' lio (3); X ' ice-President of Junior Class Junior Marshal; Y ' . V. C. A. (4); Lovill Club (1) White Hall Club (2, 3); Playcrafters (1). B. B. Dougherty. These two young men, descendants of sturdy Irish-pioneer stock, received their early edu- cation in the Watauga County public schools and then attended an academy at Cove Creek, eight miles from their home in Boone, and at the Globe Academy near Blow ing Rock. Being above the average student in " iiS!. ' i ' ' -3%gr ' S? ' Page Twenty-nine JOE NATHAN BASS Wingate. N. C. Malhematioi and Science MARY Gene Beam Hllenboro, N. C. Primary Educalion l.c.vill dull (1, 2. 3), Vice-President (3); Tli.ili:in l.ilir:iry Society (1, 2, 3, A). Vicc-Presiilem (4); White Hall Club (4); Knrum Chili (4); V. V. C. A. (4); Woman ' s Dormitory Assembly C4). Miriam l.ouRm ia Bingham Boone, N. C. I ' rimary Education Virginia Stella Bingham Boone, N. C, Primary Education Roy Russell Blanton, jr. Forest City. N. C. A i;.sii and Hialory Kiirman (1, 2); V. M. C. A. (,i) ; Band (3. 4); Symphony t)rchestra (.?, 4); Tennis Varsity (3, 4). Raymond p-ranklin Brady K.inn.tpolis. N. C. Physical Education and History Delta Phi SiRma (1, 2. 3, 4), President (3); Foot- ball (1. 2); Basketball (1); .Soccer (]); Tennis (3); y. M. C. a. (2, 3); Chorister (3); Boy Scout Troop 40 (1, 2, 3. 4), Assistant Scout Master (4); Cheer- leader (3, 4 ); TumlilinK (1. 2. 3, 4); Intramural Athletics (1. 2, 3. 4); Safety C.iuncil (4); A. H. S. A. Basketball Official (3. 4); Ilistory Club (4); Business .Manager RnoDonKNimON (4): Student Council (3); IVIui ' s Who (4); Future Teachers ' Club (4); Life Sav- ing Instructor (3, 4). ambition and ability, they determined to go to college. The lack of sufficient money, however, compelled them to attend college rather irregularly. In 1892, despite all obstacles, D. D. Dougherty, the elder, was gradu- ated from Wake Forest College, and four years later B. B. Dougherty, having transferred from Wake Forest, was graduated from Carson Newman College, Page Thirty CARRIE Craft Brewer SilerCity. N. C. Home Economics and Science Mars Hill College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4). Secretary (4). Presidem (4); Phila Retiaii Literary Society (5, 4). AGNES BRITE Bridgeton. N. C. English and History Atlantic Christian College (1. 2): Playcrafters (3, 4); Thalian Literary Soiety (,i, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). MARY LOUISE Brown Creston, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Choir (2, 3, 4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 41; Methodist Club (3, 4); Junior Ministerial Alliance (2. 3. 4); Chorister (3); Pianist (4): Ashe County Club (1); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3): White Hall Club (4); Forensic Club (4J ; Play- crafters (4). ELIZABETH BULLINGTON Roebuck. S. C. Grammar Grade Education North Greenville Junior College (1, 2). Ruby Lee Burris Oakboro, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Wingate Junior College (1, 2); White Hall Club (3); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Ruby Lois Cain Harmony. N. C. Grammar Grade Education But the latter was not satisfied with only the general A. B. degree: three years later, after a year of special study in the field of education, he was graduated from the University of North Carolina and given the Ph.B. degree. In the meanwhile both young men had chosen the undeveloped profession of teaching as their life work. Francks Burton Caniph Boone. N. C. French, English and Mathematics Thalian I-itcrary Society (1. 2, 3, 4); IMlvsical Edu- cation Major Chill (1. 2. .!); liaskitl.all ' (1. 2. 3); Softhall X ' aisity (2. 4); I.i- Ccrcit- Fiaiigais (1,2, 1, 4); . Dathcnialics C ' Uili (2, 3. 4); Aiipalachiaii Konim Club (4); Baton Twirlcrs ' Club (3, 4), President (3); Playbill Staff (1, 2, 3); B. S. U. Council (2. 3). IRMA CI.ARK CARPHNTHR RuilH-rfordton. N. C. Primary Education Milclu-11 CuUc ' L- (1, 2); Asst-nibly Traininu Scliool (31; Christian Fellowshili Allianci- (3, 4); Officer (4); Vernician I-iterary Society (4); Preslivterian Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (4); N. C. E. A. (4) ; ' Playcraftcrs (4). Thelma Elizabeth Caruso Statcn Island. N. Y. Primary Education Sylvia Druise Cashwell Thomasville, N. C. Primary Education Lovill Club (1, 2, 3): Thalian Literary Societv (2, 3, 4); Y. VV. C. A. (1); B. T. V. (1. 2, 3, 4). Treas- urer (4); Playcraftcrs (3. 4); Softball (4); Physical Education .Major Club (4). RUBAIVAT B. CASTELLOW Aulandcr. N. C. History and English MARY Sue Childers Lincolnton, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Returning to Boone in the spring of 1899. follow- ing another year of successful teaching, they announced a (determination to foun(J an aca(jemy at home. Ground for the new institution was donated by their father. D. B. Dougherty, and by a neighbor, J. I-. Hardin, and funds for the erection of a building were solicited by the younger brother. Gifts in amounts ranging from Page Thirty-two EDWARD CLAY, JR. Boone. N. C. Physical Education and History A. H. S. A. Basketball Official (3, 4); Intramural Athletics (2, 3, 4). Virginia Clodfelter Thomasville, N. C. Primary Education Ashlniry College (1); Meredith (21; Y. W. C. A.: Dynician Literary Society (3, 4), President (4). LOUISE Comer Stoneville. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Treasurer (3). Vice-President (4); V. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Choir (2. 3. 4); White Hall Club (1. 2); N. C. E. A. (4); B. T. U. (1, 2, 3). ELENE Conner Cherryville. N. C. Primary Education -Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3); Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4); Playcrafters (1. 2): Gaston County Club (1); Future Teachers ' Club (4); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3), Secretary (3). Inez Mildred Cooke Granite Falls. N. C. Home Economics and Science ANNA Lena Cooper Clemmons. N. C. Primary Education Thalian Literary Society (I. 2. 3, 4); White Hall Club (1. 2): College Symphony Orchestra (1, 2, 3. 4); M.iy Day Activities (2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (4); N. C. E. A. (4). twenty-five cents to five hundred dollars were obtained: labor was freely given by others. When fall arrived, even before the new building was completed, the fore- runner of the present college, Watauga Academy, hope- fully opened its doors. The brothers were named co-principals. MiLDRi-D Coi.iiNi- Cowan Chin.i Grove, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Pfi-ilfcr Junior CoMcse (1); Wliili- Il:ill Cliili (J); Plavcrafters (3, 4); Dvnician Literary Society {i, 4); N. C. E. A. (4). Helen Ross Cox Gastonia. N. C. Primary Educaliorj Huxar.l .Iiiiiior College (1. 2); Playcrafters (,!. 4); W W. C " . A. (4 " ): Tlialian Literary Society (4); Kuliirc Teachers ' Club (4); Presbyterian Club (4). MILDRPD Cox Grassy Creek. N. C. Primary Edutaiion Brevard College (1, 2); Dynician Literary Society (4); B. T. U. (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Ruth Aleene Craft Chcrryvillc. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (2. 3, 4); V. W. C. A. (2. 3); Methodist Chib (1, 2. 31; While Hall Club (1. 2, 3); Gaston County Club (I) ; Kulurc Teachers ' Club (4). LUCV OAIES CRISP Grover. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Hniling Springs Junior College (L 2): Girls ' Basket- ball (3. 4); Phila Retian Literary Society (3, 4); Presbyterian Club (3). Bertha Elizabeth Crouse Thomasville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. (2. 3. 4); Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4). President (4): Methodist Club (3, 4); Camp Fire Girls (2); Playcrafters (4). Realizing that education was a duty of the State, the Dougherty brothers decided to ask tlie legislature to make their Academy a state-supported school. More important, they planned to establish an institution devoted to the task of training teachers. Then on a Sunday afternoon in 190 . four years after the found- ing of Watauga Academy, B. B. Dougherty. Captain Page Thirty-four MARGARET ALICE CUTHBERTSON Monroe, N. C. Primary Education Wingatc Junior College (1, 2); Dynician Literary Society (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (4) ; Secretary Union County Club (4); X. C. E. A. (4); New Dormitory Club (3, 4). WiLMA Ella Dale Spruce Pine, N. C. English and Mathematics Bruce William Daniels Newland. N. C. History and Physical Education Lees-McRae Junior College (1, 2); Basketball (3, 4), Captain (4); " A " Club (.3, 4). CORA DARDEN Penland, N. C. Primary Education REBECCA Elizabeth Darnell Wagoner. N. C. Primary Education George S. Davis, jr. Clifton. S. C. English and History Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (2, 3, 4); Orches- tra (2, 3, 4); Band (2. 3, 4). E. F. Lovill, and his son, W. R. Lovill, wrote a charter for a new school to be called Appalachian Training School. When the matter was subsequently submitted to the general assembly determined and formidable oppo- sition arose, coming, strange as it may seem, now, from some of the outstanding educational leaders of the Page Thirty five F 9K MuRiHL Odell Davis Chesterfield. S. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician I.itcrarv Society (1. 2. .1. 4); B. T. l " (1. 2); White Hall Club (1, 2); Presbyterian Club (.i, 4Jj X. C. E. A. (4). ELIZABETH HARDING DEESE Mocksville, N. C. English and French Mars Hill College (I, 2); rx vill Club (t); B. T. U. (3, 4); Le Cerclc Fran ;ais (3, 4); N. C. E. A. (4). REBEKAH Sue Donni-xly Crcston. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (2, 3, 4): Methodist Club (2, .!, 4); White Hall Club (2, 3. 4); V. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Ashe County Club (1). John Thomas Dougherty Boone. N. C. Mathematics and Science Carson-Xewman CoUeRe (1); King College (2); Forensic Chlb U. 4); Intercollegiate Debater (.!. 4); Intercollegiate Orator (3. 4); Managing Eciitor Rnono- DENDRO.N (4); Intramural Athletics (4). Frances Douglas Statesville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mitchell College (1, 2); Grace Ramsey .Society (1); .Member Athletic Association CI. 2): Lovill Club (3, 4); I ' hila Retian Literary Society (3, 4); V. W. C. A. (3). MARjoRiE Douglas Pincy Creek. N. C. Home Economics and Science Le Cercle Frangais (I): Home Economics Club (1, 3, 4), President (2), Vice-President (3). State. W. C. Ncwland. from Caldwell County and later lieutenant governor, volunteered, after more experienced representatives had declined, lo introduce and sponsor the bill for the charter in the House of Representatives. When the measure was just about to fail. R. A. Doughton. of Sparta, turned defeat into victory by a superbly delivered speech. In the Senate Page Thirty-six STELLA Dye Ruffin. N. C. Grammar Grade Education ELLA Virginia Edwards Sparta. N. C. Primary Education Camp Fire Girls (1); White Hall Club (1, 2); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y, W. C. A. (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society (3, 4). Minnie Lou Edwards Ennice. N. C. English and Science Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 4), Chaplain (4): Y. V. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Metho list Club (1. 2, 3, 4), Chaplain (4); White Hall Club (1, 3); Future Teachers ' Club (4). Virginia Dare Edwards Winston-Salem, N. C. Primary Education Mars Ilill College (1); Clio Literary Society (1) F. D. R. Club (1); President Treat Dormitory (1) Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); A. S. T. C. (2. 3, 4) Playcrafters (4); Glee Club (1); Thalian Literary Society. WILLIE LOU ELAM Lincolnton. N. C. English and History Gaston County Club (1): Le Cercle Frangais (1, 2); Thalian Literary Society (2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3, 4J ; N. C. E. A. (4) ; History Club (4) ; Junior Ministerial Alliance (4): White Hall Club (1. 2): LoviU Club (3); B. T. U. CI, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Playcrafters (4). Bonnie Evangeline Elliot Lincolnton. N, C. Primary Education Pfeiffer Junior College (1. 2): Y. W, C, A. (1, 2), President (2); Glee Club (2); Future Teachers ' Club (4). a brilliant triumvirate of young men composed of Clyde R. Hoey of Cleveland County, E. J. Justice of McDowell County, and R. B. White of Franklin County led the fight for the bill. They were ably assisted by Captain LoviU. On the very last day of the session, after a dramatic roll call, the Appalachian Training School was chartered. Page Thirty-seven MARGARET ENGLISH Burnsvillc. N. C. English and History Thalian Literary Society (L 2. 3, 4). Secretary (4); Le Ccrcle Francais (1. 2, 3): International Relations C ' lnl) (.i. 41, Secretary (4); History Major Club (4); The Affahnhian Staff (3, 4), Associate Editor (4); Student I ' ciuncil (4). MARIE EPLEY Valley Falls. S. C. Grammar Grade Education . Lirs Hill College (1, 2); Christian Fellowship Alli- ance (,L 4), Officer (,L 4): X ' ernician Literary Society (.i. 41. Officer (4); B. T. V. (,i. 41, Officer (i. 4): V. V. C. A. (.!, 4): Choir (4); ? ' . C. E. A. (4;) H. S. C. Council (4). ERNEST ELMORE ERVIN Troutman. N. C. Mathematics and Histori Ali ' ha Si nia Gamma Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). President (4 1; WrestlinR Manager (1, 2, }, 41; U ' lio ' s ll ' lui (41; Mathematics Club (2. i. 4); " A " Club (4 1; Forensic Club (1); Associate Editor Rhododen- dron (41; Playcrafters (1). JAMES E. Essie Cana. N. C. History and Science Mars Hill College (1, 2); Intramural Athletics (4); Ki.rum Club (41. Officer (4); History Major Club (4). MARY WlLMA ESSIC Cana, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College (1, 2); B. T. H. (i); Intramural Athletics (4); Phila Retian Literary Society (4), Officer (4); N. C. E. A. (4). Cecelia Ann Farlow •Sophia, N. C. Home Economics and Science High Point College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (.1, 4), Critic (i). Vice-President (4), President (41; Camp Fire Girls (J); Phila Retian Literary Society (4). The charter granteci in 1903 gave to the newly establishecd State school an annual appropriation of $2,000 for current expenses an i a sum of $1,500 for buildings, provided that a like amount be contributed by gifts. As originally planned the school was to serve Alleghany. Ashe, Wilkes, Caldwell. Watauga, Mit- chell, and Yancey counties. Two men from each of —i w - Page Thirty-eight MARY SUDDRETH FARTHING Cranberry. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Mildred Elizabeth farthing Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters CO; B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 3, 4). Kathryn Arlene Farthing Boone, N. C, English and Science Dona Kathleen Gantt Albemarle, N. C. Physical Education and History Thalian Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4). President (4); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4); Playcrafters (1, 2, 3, 4), Secre- tary (3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Intramural Ath- letics (1. 2. 3, 41; Basketball (3, 4): Camp Fire Girls (3), President (3): History Major Club (4); Who ' s Who (4); Safety Council (4); Rhododendron Staff (4); A. H. S. A. Basketball Official (1, 4); Hockey Varsity (1); Future Teachers ' Club (4). Geneva Lee Goodman Gold Hill, N. C. History, Mathematics and Physical Education Basketball Varsity (1. 2, 3, 4). Captain (4); Physical Education !Major Club (2, 3. 4); ' ernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 31; Soft- ball ' arsity (2. 3, 4); Soccer ' arsity (2. 3. 4) Volleyball Varsity (2, 3. 4); Intramural Athletics (I 2, 3, 4); Camp Fire Girls (2, 4); Baton Twirlers Club (3, 4) ; A. H. S. A. Basketball Official (3, 4) Mathematics Club (2, 3, 4), President (4). Eva neal Greer Boone, N. C, Primary Education these counties were named as members of the Board of Trustees. This board subsequently elected B. B. Dougherty as Superintendent and D. D. Dougherty, Principal. During the next twenty years the school was main- tained as a private high school and as a state-supported teacher training institution. Prior to the establishment Page Th.riy-nine Bi-:ttv Ann Gwai.tney Ashcvillc. N. C. Grammar Grade Eilucation HrevanI Junior ColleRe (1. 2); V. V. C. A. (J); Th.itian Literary Society (4); l- ' utvirt- Teachers ' Cluh (4); Methodist Club (4). MARIE HAl.SEY Piney Crcck. N. C. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club (1. 2. 3, 4). President (2), Secretary (3), Secretary and Treasurer (4). Zenna Mae Halsey Mouth of Wilson. V.i. Grammar Grade Education ' eriiician Eiterary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Recording Secretary (3). Vice-President (3), Treasurer (3), President (4); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3); International Relations Club (2. 3, 4). Vice-President (4i : V. W. r. A. (1. 2. 4). Treasurer of Junior Class (3); IC iu-i- Ulio (3, 4). JACKSON BANARD HARRIS Harris. N. C. History and Mathematics V. L C. A. (2, 3, 4), Secretary and Treasurer (3). President (4); Mathematics Club (2. 3, 4); Intra- murals (I, 2, 3. 4); Basketball (3); Tennis (3. 4); RiioDOnENDRON Staff (4): Alpha Sinma (iamma Lit- erary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3); President (4). Joy HARRIS Roaring River. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4), Vice-President (4»; V. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Playcrafters (1, 2); White Hall Club (1. 2): Methodist Club (1. 2, 3); May Day Attendant (1); Camp Fire Cirls (2); Junior Marshal; " ice-President Senior Class; Future Teach- ers ' Club (4) ; Who ' s Who (4) ; Baton T» iriers ' Club (4); Student Council (4). Rheba May Harris Chapd Hill. N. C. History and English Eastern Carolina Teachers College (I. 2); Dynician Literary Society (3. 4), President (4); Playcraitcrs (3, 4); ll ' ho ' s Who (4 ' ); History Club (4); Alpha Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). of the state-supported school, B. B. Dougherty, in 1899, had been appointed Superintendent of Watauga County schools and he now divided his time between the county schools and the training department of the high school. Almost from the very beginning students were encouraged or required to take the five-year course rather than just the four-year course. Always Page Forty JAMES Chatham helms Wingatc. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Wingate Junior College (1, 2). Frank E. Hendricks Salisbury. N. C. History and Science Editor, 1941 Rhododendron ' , Assistant (3); Inter- national Relations Club (i, 4), President (4); Ap- palachian Forum Club (3): Forensic Club (3); Alpha Sigma Gamma Literary Societv (3. 4): IVIw ' s Who (4): Future Tcichers " Club (4); N. C. E. A. (4); History Major Club (4) ; Junior Marshal. Edna Cordelia Holloway Mt. Airy. N. C. Mathematics and French JOHN Edwards Hollowell Greensboro. N. C. English and Mathematics LAWRENCE W. HORNFECK McKeesport. Pa. Mathematics and Science Football (1. 2, 3. 4); " A " Club (1, 2, 3. 4), Secre- tary (2, 3, 4); Class President (1, 3); Mathematics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Council (2, 3. 4); Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1. 2, 3): International Relations Club (2, 3, 4); Future Teachers ' Club (4), President. MAX HOVIS Bessemer City. N. C. English and History The Appalachian Staff (2, 3), Editor (4); Interna- tional Relations Club (3, 4): Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4); President of Sophomore Class; Forum Club (3): N. C. E. A. (4): History Club (4); Student Council (2, 3). the objective was to have a better school than the average, D. D. Dougherty gave his full time to teach- ing and managing the school. It was during this period that the first summer school for teachers was taught. In 1913 a six-weeks summer term with an enrollment of 246 was started. Two terms were taught in 1916, but the total enroll- Page Forty-one Ruth Aileen Hoyle Vale, N. C. Grammar Grade Eiiucatiun SARAH MARGARET HUGHES Spart.mburg, S. C. French and Mathematics Textile Junior ColIeRe (1. 2); IMiila Retinn Literary Society (.1, 4): Lovill Club (, , 4); Le Cercle Krangais (J, 4); B. T. U. (4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). Craig Hull Chcrryville, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Al|iliri Lambda Sigtiia (1. 2. 3. 4). Secretary (.1): Intramural Activities (1. 2, i. 4); Wrestling (2. }, 4); " A " Club (3, 4). Clarence C. Ingram Statesvillc. N. C. History and Physical Education Delta Phi Sigma (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (2); Apfalachian Stalf (2, 3, 4); Business Manager (4): Intramural Activities (I. 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (3. 4); Junif r Marshal; Senior Superlative; History Major Club (4); Senior Life Saving (3, 4). haze l MAE JENKINS Fig. N. C. Home Economics and Science Pfeiffer Junior College (1, 2); Maryville College (31; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Queen Esther Circle (3); Opal Cross Club (3); Theta Epsilon (3); .Methodist Club (4); Lovill Home Club (4). Edwin William Johnson McKeesport. Pa. Mathematics and Science Football (L 2, 3. 4): Basketball (1); Playcrafters (1, 2, 3. 4); Delta Phi Sigma (1. 2, 3, 4): Mathe- matics Club (3, 4); " A " Club (2, 3, 4); Future Teachers- Club (4). ment was not so high as the one term the year before, being 144 for the first and 80 for tlic second term. Beginning again in 1920, two terms have been offered during the past twenty years. Eacli summer Appa- lachian, with its unsurpassed climate, attracts from 1200 to 1500 in-service teachers from the entire South. The decade of the twenties was a period of unparal- Page Forty -two LOUEASA OAKS JOHNSON Mount Airy. N. C. Mathematics and Science RAYMOND GLENN JOHNSON Hamptonville, N. C. History and Physical Education Alpha Lambda Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3. 4); Intramural Athletics (3, 4); History Major Club (4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). HELEN Ruth Jonas Vale, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4): Y. W. C. A. (2, 4); Y. W. C. A. Choir (2. 4); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3); Methodist Club (1. 2, 3, 4), Secretary and Treasurer (4); Camp Fire Girls (2); Intramural Sports (2. 3) ; Future Teachers ' Club (4). CLEO JONES Furches. N. C. English, French, and History Intercollegiate Debating (1. 2, 3. 4); Forensic Club {1. 2, 3. 41. Secretary (3), President (4); Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4). Secretary (3); Appa- lachian Forum Club (3, 4), President (4); Playcrafters (1, 2. 3, 41; V. V. C. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); B. T. U. (1, 2, 3); French Major Club (3, 4), Secretary (4); The Appalachian Staff (3, 4); N. C. E. A. (4). Clara Belle Kidd New Hill. N. C. English and History KATE Kirk Fox. Virginia History and Science Lovill Club (1): White Hall Club (2, 3); B. Y. P. U. (1, 3); Y. W, C. A. (3). Icled growth and expansion. In 1921 the normal school was definitely begun, although its enrollment was not counted separately from the high school until 1923. That year the enrollment for the high school was 363 and for the two-year teacher training course 153. Also in 1921 B. B. Dougherty was chosen the first President of the school. Then in conformity with the Page Forly-lhree MARY Brandon Knox Huntcrsvillc, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4). ' icc-rresitlent (i): Y. V. C. A. (A ' ); Camp Fire OrRaiiizatioii (2); Prestivterian Club (1. 2. 3, 4), Vice-President (4), Pianist (4); White Hall CUih (I, 2); Intramural Sports (2. i, 4); . C. E. A. (4). Annie M. Koon Spindale. N. C. Primary Education Virginia Lucile Lackey Badin. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill ColleKc (1, 2); Playcraftcrs (J); Lovill Cluh (3); B. T. U. (3, 4); B. S. U. (4). JANE LEFLER Albemarle. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters (2, 3); Y. V. C. A. (2. 3. 41; Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); May Court Attendant (3); Lovill Club (1); A. S. T. C. Band Sponsor (3). MILDRED Louise Little Albemarle. N. G. English and French Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Junior Attendant; Tiialian Literary S(x:iety (L 2. 3. 4); Le Cercle Frangais (1, 2, 3, 4); Playcrafters (1. 4); Treasurer Sophomore Class; Future Teachers ' Chib (4). Virginia Logan Kings Mountain. N. C. English and French liasketball (1); lovill Club (1. 2). President (2); Tliali;in Literary Society (1, 2. 3), President (4); Le Cercle Frangais (4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 4); Appalachian Staff (1). new emphasis of the college, the legislature, in 1925, changed the name of Appalachian Training School to Appalachian State Normal School. Two years later all high school work was discontinued and the train- ing of teachers became the one primary objective. In 1929 tlie present Appalachian State Teachers College was chartered by the legislature. With a four- Page Forty-four Amoret Lukin Lonon Marion, N. C. Primary Education Mitchell Junior College (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); French Club (1, 2); Historical Society (2); President Senior Class (2); Student Council (2); Central Mis- souri State Teachers College (3) ; Future Teachers ' Club (4). Melba Lovill Boone, N. C. Grammar Grade Education mary louise lowery Shelby, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Boiling Springs College (1, 2); White Hall Club (3, 4); B. T. U. (1, 2, 3, 4). Charles Newton Manship Laurinburg. N. C. Science and History " A " Club (2. 3, 4); History Club (4). President (4); Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4): Baseball (3): Junior Marshal (3); Intramural Athletics (2, 3, 4). Anne martin Wadcsboro. N. C. Primary Education George Thomas Martin, jr. Madison. N. C. Science and History Mars Hill College (1, 2); Football (3, 4); Basket- ball (3. 4); Tennis (4); Intramural Sports (3, 4) ; " A " Club (4). year course of standard grade, the College was author- ized to confer " such degrees as are usually conferred by American Colleges. " Eight years after the establish- ment of the four-year College the two-year normal department was discontinued. B. B. Dougherty was continued as President, and D, D, Dougherty as Busi- ness Manager and Treasurer, However, the latter was Page Forty -five Lawson G. MAinnws Magnolia. N. C. English and French V. M. V. A. (1, 2. i, 4). Vici-Prcsiilcnt (■)); University of North Carolina (I): Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1, 3); Lc Ccrcle Frangais (1, 2, i. -t). Ethel Ava mcCann Roaring Gap, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Literary Society (1. 2. i. -t); Y. W. C. A. (ll; H. V. 1 " . f. (!. 2. .!, 4): Playcrafters (II; White Hall CIuIp (11; l.ovill Club (.1); N. C. E. A. (4). FORHST OKLII-EE MCCLURE Clifton. S.C. Physical Education and Science F.Kitli.ill .M;LiKiKer (2. o, 41; Suiiplv XIan.iKcr (4); " A " dull (4); Basketball MaiiaRer (2, i. 4); Base- ball Manager (2, 3); Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (2, S. 4). MARY MARGARET MCCOLLUM Monroe. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (.?. 41; Lovill Club (1. 2. ,!, 4); Playcrafters (4): I ' nion County Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); B. T. U. (1. 2, ,1). LOUISE MCCREADY Charlotte. N. C. Grammar Grade Education R noi)0[iF..M)RON Staff (.1, 4); Vcriiiciati Literary Society (1. 2, ,1, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); Junior .Marshal: l.ovill Club (1); C;imp Fire Teacher ' s Cer- tificate; Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3). Helen Louise McDonald Candor. N. C. Primary E.duculion Vernician Liter;iry Society (1. 2. 3, 4); Lovill Club (1); White Hall Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (2, 4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). not permitted to enjoy the larger institution: on June 10, 1929, the very (day of the first registration for the new College, he (diecd. For the next several years Mrs. D. D. Dougherty served as Business Manager and Treasurer. In 1933, their son, Barnard Dougherty took over the duties of this office. Page Forty -six Helen Lucille McKinney Harris. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Methodist Club (31: Camp Fire Girls (3); White Hall Chib (1. 2. 3): Gym Instructor (3, 4); Monitor (4); Intramural Athletics (1, 2. 3, 4). Retta McLamb Goldsboro. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Lovill Club (1); Basketball (1, 2); Intramural Athletics (1. 2); Camp Fire Teacher ' s Certifica te; American Red Cross Life Saver. William Glenn miller Comet. N. C. Physical Education and Saence CATHERINE MORRIS Stanley. N. C. English and French President of Student Body (4) ; Student Council (3, 4): Junior May Day Attendant (3); Vice-President of Sophomore Class (2); International Relations Club (2. 3. 4). Secretary (31; National Economics Club (2); Appalachian Forum (3); Appalachian Staff (4); Le Cercle Frangais (1, 2. 3, 4). President (41; Senior Superlative; Who ' s Who (3, 4). VIRGINIA DARE Morris Newton, N. C. English and History Who ' s Who (4); Junior Marshal; Rhododendro.v Staff (41; Phila Retian Literary Society (1. 2 1 4) Secretary (3). Vice-President (4), President (4) ' White Hall Club (1, 2); Class Secretary (41; Play- ci-afters (1 2, 4): Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). MABEL M. Moore Liberty. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Lovill Club (1, 2); Thalian Literary Society (1, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4). During the thirties the physical plan and the enroll- ment continued to show remarkable progress. Although the enrollment remained a little below 1,000, being 953 in 1941, the maximum number of students regis- tered during any one year was 1,089 in 1932. By the end of the decade the physical plant was valued at more than two and one-half million dollars. Inter- ---iv,;.5t vi,rfrSjj g Page Forty-seven LOVCE KATHl RIN1-: MYERS Yadkinville, N. C. Pnniaru I ' .dt.icatton JOHN Charles Nantz K.innapolis. N. C. Physical Education and History Delta Phi .SiRma Literary Society (1, 2, 3. 4), Secretary (2. 3, 4); Playcrafters (3); Varsity Baskct- l.all (1. 2. 4); B Basketball (,!); Soccer Team (2); liitranuirals (1. 2, 3, 4); Student Intramural Dirt-ctnr (4); Appatacluan StafT (3, 4 ; Rhododendron StalT (4); TumhliiiK Team (3); Swimniinp Instructor (2, 3, 4); Life Saving Instructor (2, 3, 4). MARY ELIZABETH NEAL Rcidsvillc. N. C. Primary Education Phila Rctian Literary Society (1. 2. 3. 41; V. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4): Home Economics Club (2); Presby- terian ( " lull (3. 4). Georgia Alma Nesbitt Fletcher, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Ashevillc Teachers College; Methodist Club. VIOLA Page Odell Boone, N, C. Enylish and History Lovill Hostess: L. S. A. Sponsor. SARA ORREN Troutman. N, C. GramTiar Grade Education Thalian Literary Societv (3, 4); Lovill Club (3): Y. VV. C. A. (4), Officer (4); A Cappella Choir (3, 4); Future Te.ichers ' Club (4); RiionoDENuRON Staff (4); Mars Hill College (1, 2); Playcrafters (4); B. S. U. Council (4J. cstingly enough, the appropriations by the State were gradually increased. The two thousand dollars had been increased to $50,000 by 1921 and to SH .OOO by 1941. The total income of the College in 1941 was $195,000. More significant, during the thirties, were the drastic changes made for the improvement of instruction. At present, the College is an A grade Page Forty-eight MABLE Ruth Osborne Sherwood. N. C. Primary Education ELIZABETH PADGETT Ellenboro. N. C. Primary Education Boiling Springs College (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (3); B. T. U. (3, 4); Dynician Literary Society; N. C. E. A. (4): Choir (3). Sylvia Walton Page Morrisville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education •B. S. LT. Council (I, 2); B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3): Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3 ; Baptist Choir (2, 3, 4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). Charlotte Hart Parker Winston-Salem, N. C. History and Mathema tics White Hall Club (1, 2); Thalian Literary Society (1. 2. 3, 4); Symphony Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Mathe- matics Club (2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4); Y. W. C. A. Choir (4); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3); May Day Activities (1, 2, 3). CHARLES Ross PARKS High Point, N. C. History and Physical Education Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1. 2, 3, 4), Secre- tary (2); " A " Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Varsity Wrestling (1. 2, 3, 4). Captain (4); Tumbling Team (2, 3, 4); Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4). ELIZABETH PARSONS Obids, N. C. Primary Education institution, doing work that ranks well with the best teacher colleges in the South and nation. Today, Watauga Academy, the first building erected on a beautiful campus of more than fifty acres, stands surrounded by about forty separate buildings, includ- ing, to mention only some of them: administration, science, music, fine arts, home economics, hospital. «itiSiuti ■ • .yFC- ■ ,-ebf 7T Page Forty-nine Rosa Lke Phndry Hays, N. C. Grammar Grade Education IRENE Phillips Wilkcsboro, N. C. Primary Education John Roland Phillips Forest City, N. C. English and History Alpha SiRma Gamma Literary Society (3, 4), Secre- tary (3): History Club (4); N. C. E. A. (4); Future Teachers ' Club (4), Vice-President (4) ; Intramural Athletics (3, 4); President Palmetto Club (3). FAVE POOVKY Grjnitc Falls. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Vernician Literary Society (2, 3. 4), Secretary (3), Pianist (4): Lutheran Students Association (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2), Pianist (3, 4); Appalachian Fr)rum (3. 4); International Relations Club (2. 3, 4), Secre- tary (3); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4). President (4); l.ovill Club (1, 2, 3, 41- Intramural Alhlclics (1, 2, 3, 4). Willie Faye Poston Moorcsvillc, N. C. English and History MARY CAROLYN PRICE West Jefferson. N. C. Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Secretary and Treasurer (1), President (2), President (4). Phila Retian Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), President (3). library, book store, cafeteria, two demonstration schools, two gymnasiums, six dormitories, faculty apartments, and fifteen or more faculty homes which cost almost $ 1 0,000 each. There is a power and heating plant which furnishes electricity to the town, as well as for the college. The profits from this sale of elec- tricity are set aside as a permanent loan fund for Page Fifty ELIZABETH Putnam Waco. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, . 4 ; White Hall Club (1, 2. 3): Intramural Athletics: Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Future Teachers ' Club (4). FLAKE William Reid Harmony. N. C. Physical Education and Science Football (1, 2); Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1): A Cappella Choir (2); Intramural Athletics (I, 2, 3, 4); Monitor Xewland Hall (4). COWAN Rhodes Morganton, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Jess William Robertson Lcaksville. N. C. Physical Education and History Football (I, 2, 3): Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1); Vice-President of Student Council (4); Future Teachers ' Club (4); Junior Marshal; Intramural Ath- letics (1, 2, 3, 4); IVho ' s Who. Kate Robinson Murphy. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College (1, 2); ' ernician Literary Society (3, 4). Officer (4): Baptist Student Council (4); B. T. U. (3. 4) : Y. V. C. A. (4) ; Dormitory Represen- tative (4); X. C. E. A. (4). KATIE JEAN ROWE Newton. N. C. Primary Education Y. V. C. A. (1, 2. 4): May Court (1); Thalian Literary Society (I, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (I, 2); Lovill Club (1). deserving students. There are two college owned farms of more than 550 acres which furnish food and dairy products to the cafeteria. Along with the expansion of the physical plant and with increased enrollment the faculty has grown. Chosen with great care to fit the ideals and practical needs of the institution, the faculty numbers about JACK Thomas Ruti ing McKecsport. Pa. Mathematics and Science Freshman Chiss Trrasiirer; Appalachian Staff (2. i); Sports Kditor (.1); Senior Class President; Stuilent ( " oiincil [4); Who ' s Who (4); Mathematics CInh (2. ,1, 4): Delta Phi Si ' tna 1-iterarv Society (I, 2, 3); Foothall (1. 2, .!. 4); " A " Club (2, 3, 4). Ernie Eugene safrit Albemarle. N. C. Physical Education and History Footliall (1. 2. 3. 41: Baskethall (1. 2. 3. 4); Base- hall (2. 3. 4); " A " Chib (1, 2. 3. 4), President (4); ' ulleyliall (2. 3); Senior .Superlative. Florence Mitchell Sanders Clover, S. C. Science and History Winthrop College (1); Band (3, 4). Secretary (4); Orchestra (2, 3. 4); Forum Club President (4); Phila Ketian Literary Society (3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); Presbyterian Club (3, 4); N. C. F,. A. (4). Thomas A. Seals Bridgewatcr. N. C. Science and Physical Education Lee.s-McRae (1. 21; Football (I. 2); Hlec Club (1. 2): A Capi ella Choir (,3, 4): Alpha .Siynia Camnia Literary .Society (. , 4). Margaret Brawley Sherrill Mooresville. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Mitchell College (1, 2). KATHRYN Sue Sherwood Sugar Grove. N. C. Grun7n7ar Grade Education eighty men and women, of which about fifty are in the college proper and the others in the demonstra- tion schools. More than seventy different colleges and universities in widely scattered sections trained the faculty, twelve of whom have the Ph.D. degree. Appalachian has developed certain characteristics, which together give to the College a distinctive " spirit. " Page Fifty-two Phoebe Lou Shirley Lexington, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Vernician Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Chaplain (3). Censor (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); B. S. U. Council (3, 4); B. T. U. (1. 2, 3, 4), Director (4); Christian Fellowship Alliance (I, 2, 3). President (3); Intra- mural Athletics (1. 2, 3, 4); LoviU Club (1, 2, 3); Appalachian Forum (4); N. C. E. A. (4). Francis B. Shore Cana, N. C. History and English Wake Forest College (1); Mars Hill College (2). ANNIS JEANNETTE SIFFORD Concord. N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. (3, 4): Lutheran Student Association (I, 2, 3, 4), President (3); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3, 4). JEAN MARVIN SINGLETON Candor. N. C. Primary Education Dynician Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), ' ice-President (3), Secretary (4): Presbyterian Club (1. 2. 3, 4), Secretary (31; Plavcrafters (41; White Hall Club (1, 2); N. C. E. A. (4j; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Choir (4). MARTHA Ruth Smith Laurinburg. N. C. Primary Education ernician Literary Society (3, 4), Recording Secre- tary (3), Treasurer (3), Vice-President ■ (4), President (4); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (4), Vice- President (4), Treasurer of Senior Class. Johnnie Wilmot Speas Pfafftown. N. C. English and Physical Education Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3. 4): Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4); A Cappella Choir (3); Christian Fellow- ship Alliance (2, 3, 4), President (4); IVIw ' s Who (4J ; Secretary Sophomore Class; Physical Education Major Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer Varsity (3); Volley- ball Varsity (3). It is state-supported, non-sectarian, co-educational, wholeheartedly devoted to the training of teachers for North Carolina, and organized to give the greatest return for the lowest possible money investment. No longer is it a " mountain " college: three-fourths of the 100 counties of North Carolina are represented in the student body. The clientele of the College belongs to Page Fifty -three Edwin Earl Stewart Newland, N. C. Malhi ' matiis und Science Susan Porter Si iles Boone. N. C. Primary Education Glee Club (1); A Capixlla Choir (2, 3, 4); Y. V. C. A. (1. 4); Plavcraftfrs (1, 2); Kiilure Teachers ' fhih (4). Ruth Virginia Stonestrfet Moorcsvillc. N. C. Encilish and French Brevard Junior College (1. 2); Y. W. C. A. (.?,, 4), Cabinet (4); Playcraflcrs (i) Methodist Clul) (,i, 4); International Relations Club (41; Dynician Literary Society (3, 4); Future Teachers Clid) (4). Secretary. FAY BALLEW STORIE Boone. N. C. Hume Economics MARTHA Louise Stroupe Alexis, N. C. Grammar Grade Education .Mars Hill College (1, 2); B. T. U. (3, 41, Officer (. 4): Vernician Literary Society (i, 4), Officer (4); Y. W. C. A. (4); N. C. E. A. (4), Myrtle Elisabeth Stroupe Waco. N. C. Grammar Grade Education the $2,500 income class and below. Faculty and the students being from about the same income groups. Appalachian is freed from snobbery and social fra- ternities. It is a leader in inter-collegiate sports, debat- ing, oratory, music and dramatics. The requirement that a senior must complete a year of successful " stu- HARVEY ALBERT TAYLOR Battleboro. N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Na- tional Red Cross Member (2. 3. 4); Wlio ' s Who (4); College Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Little Symphony Orchestra (L 2, 3, 4); All Intramural Sports Champion (3, 4); Wrestling (1, 3, 4): Boxing (3, 4); Basketball (1, 2. 3, 4); Soccer (1, 2); Track (1. 2. 3, 4); Tumbling (3, 4); A. H. S. A. Official (2, 3, 4). OLIVE PAULINE TURNER Dunn. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Campbell College (1); Thalian Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Critic (3); Camp Fire Girls (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). LOREE OLLIE VENABLE Dobspn, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2), Secretary (4): Le Cercle Frangais (1); V. V. C. A. (4); Lovill Club (1, 2, 3); May Court (1, 2); N. C. E. A. (4;. ALTA FAYE WADDELL Grassy Creek, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Helen Waddell Grassy Creek, N. C. Grammar Grade Education MARGARJET HELEN WALKER Shelby, N. C. Grammar Grade Education Boiling Springs College (I, 2); Dvnician Literary Society (3, 4); B. T. U. (3). dent teaching " under expert supervision has in the past insured easy placement of graduates. This training requirement gives to Appalachian one of the few real demonstration schools in the South. Friendliness, good sportsmanship, wholesome democracy are expressed on every hand. Page Fifty -five CATHERINH WARD Pittsboro. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Whili- Hall Chill (1); Thalian I.iti-rary Society (1, 2, .1, ); Baton Twirlcrs ' Club (4); V. W. C. A. (4); May IJay Activities (2). ARI;NDALL Cl.lNH WARMAN Boone. N. C. History, Science and English Arclu ' iy (2); Forensic Club (4); Plavcraflcrs (4); llisloiy Club (4). Lena mad ware Reidsvillc. N. C. Grammar Grade Education W. C. r. X. C. (1): Phila Retian Literary Society (2. 3, 4). i ' resident (.1); Home Economics Club (2); Playcrafters (2. 4); D. V. P. U. (2, 3); White Hall Club (2, 3). MARGARET ELIZABETH WASHAM Huntersvillc. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Dynician Literary Society (1. 2, 3. 4); Chorister (4), Treasurer (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Choir (4); Camp Fire Cirls (2): Presbyterian Club (1, 2); White Hall Club (1. 2): Intramural Alhlclics (3. 4); N. C. E. A. (4). Jean McIntvrh Warwick Laurinburg, N. C. Physical Education and History Thalian Literary Society (1, 2. 3, 4), Treasurer (3); White Hall Club (1, 2), President (2); Intramural Athletics (1. 2. 3, 4); Cirls ' Basketball MauaKcr (3. 4): American Red Cross Life Saver; American Red Cross First Aid Instructor; Cirls ' " A " Club: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4): Physical Education Major Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Vice-President (3), President (4); Hlio ' s li ' ho (4): Rhououendron Staff (4): History Major Club (4); Camp Fire Teacher ' s Certificate; Girls Basketball (1, 2). VICTORIA JANET WATTS Taylorsville. N. C. Home Economics and Science Brevard College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4), Reporter (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Finally. Appalachian has for its President the man who has guided it from infancy to the present. In a very real sense Appalachian is a measure of his great- ness. But that is not all: he is the apostle of equaliza- tion of public school support and of democracy in education in the State. The present state-wide school Page Fifty-six MuzETTE Daniel Wilkerson Oxford, N. C. Grammar Grade Education White Hall Club (1, 2, 3, 4); B. S. U. Council (1); Thalian Litei-ary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); Intramural Athletics (3); White Hall Representative (4). Sue Raye Wilson ZionviUe. N. C. Grammar Grade Education Y. W. C. A. (4); B. Y. P. U. (1, 2, 3, 4), Group Captain (3, 4); Vernician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Critic (4); Lovill Club (1, 2. 3); White Hall Club (4); Creative Writing Club (2, 3, 4). Beulah Kathrvn Wood Winston-Salem, N. C. Primary Education Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 4): Dynician Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4); White Hall Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Christian Fellowship Alliance (2); Methodist Club (1, 2, 3. 4). Vice-President (4). Lyda Weaver Woody, Jr. Spruce Pine, N. C. Science and History Frank Howard Yoder Lincolnton. N. C, Grammar Grade Education Intramural Athletics (1): Glee Club (1); A Cappella Choir (2, 3, 4): Appalachian Literary Society (1. 2); Alpha Lambda Sigma Literary Society (3, 4); Gram- mar Grade Club (4), James Yoder Lincolnton, N, C. Grammar Grade Education Delta Phi Sigma Literary Society (1): Alpha Lambda Sigma Literary Society (3, 4); Tennis Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Intramural Athletics (1, 2, 3, 4). system by which the poorest child in the poorest county receives the same educational advantages as the richest child in the richest county is his legacy to the children of North Carolina. His name will stand among the immortal names of Horace Mann, Archibald D. Murphey, Calvin H. Wiley, and Charles B. Aycock. Page Fifty-seven JUNIORS Esther Hazel Adams Conovcr N. C MARGARET ELLA ADCOCK Monroe. N. C Clarence Cecil Adderholdt Hudson, N. C Miles Annas Troy N. C Margaret Faye Anthony Yadkinvillc N. C Connie Louise Archer Cornelius. N.C Charles S. Baker .... B.ikcr.sville. N. C Katherine Washburn Bankhead . . . . Shelby. N. C Bright Abram Barefoot Godwin N.C G. R. Barefoot, Jr Dunn N.C MARY ZoK Barnes . Mt. Holly. N r Dorothy Baumgardner Thomasville, N.C Page Sixty ANNELLE beach Boone. N. C. Ida KATHERINE Beard Huntersville. N. C. HAL Bingham Boone, N. C. Jennie Lee Bingham Boone, N. C. Robert K. Bingham . . Lee Bost MABEL Bowman, . . , Mary Eleanor Boyce . Boone. N. C. Salisbury. N. C. Taylorsville. N. C. Scaford. Dela. Barbara Eleanor Brookshire AsheviUe, N. C. Florine Melissa Brown Rockwell, N. C. Irene Brown Marion. N. C. Thelma Elizabeth Brown Charles. N. C. Page Sixty-one ISHMAEL Worth BUNN Spring Hope. N. C. Margaret Elizabeth Carrithers Hudson. N. C. Geneva Alma Cash Gaffncy, S. C. Ruth Marie CAUDILL Roaring River, N. C. Edith Marie Chambers , , . . Ronda. N. C. Doris Celta Clark Mi. Holly, N. C. Bill Clay Boone, N. C, Avis Irene Clontz Concord. N. C. Ed BENARD CO.MER Dobson. N. C. Annie Louise Cooke Boone. N. C. GELENE COOMES Greensboro, N. C. ALBERT Robert Crawford Boone, N. C. Page Sixty- two Frank Hugh Crayton Ruth Crayton martha rachel culp . . . JAMES T. Cunningham, Jr. . Kannapolis. N. C. . . Stanfield, N. C. Mooresvillc. N. C. Pensacola. Fla. JUANITA DAVIS . . Hickory, N. C. MARY Louise DeLapp Lexington. N. C. Mary Lib Douglas Durham, N. C. James Monroe Dry Norwood, N. C. Dorothy Carolyn Dunn Charlotte, N. C. Mary Dunn Charlot te. N. C. Bryce Durham Ronda. N. C. Mildred Patterson Earl Patterson Springs. N. C. Page Sixty-three ANASTASIA DE Lean EASTRIDGE Clifton, N. C. Edna Lee Edwards... Sparta. N. C. Polly Edwards Winston-Salcm. N. C. SuzY Christine Eggers Boone, N. C. MARTHA Elizabeth Ellis Muilins, s. C. Cecil C. Elmore North Wiikcsboro, N. C. Jessie Eleanor Ervin . Davidson, N. C. NORMA Lynn EubANKS Pagdand. S. C. Kathryn Anderson Eury Bcs.scmcr City. N. C. Agnes EAGGART Concord. N. C. ERANK Burke FIDLER Cornelius. N. C. MARGARET EDITH FiSLER Ivanhoc, N. C. Page Sixty-four DELLA Welch FoLGER Mount Airy, N. C. Rebecca SHARPE FoRSYTHE Greensboro, N. C. Imogene Franklin Glade Valley, N. C. Wilbur Franklin Jonas Ridge, N. C. Della Elizabeth Frazier , , . North Wilkesboro, N. C. Paul Wesley Freeman Nebo. N. C. MARY Elizabeth Furr , . Oakboro. N. C. Marion Molynda Gabriel Shcrrill ' sFord. N. C. Margaret Jerry Garrett Columbus. N. C. Edna Vernelle Gilliam . . . Thomasville. N. C. Margaret Helen Gilleland StatesviUe. N. C. Margaret Logan Goforth Rutherfordton. N. C. Page Sixty-Hoe Rex BoyLES Gordon Pilot Mountain. N. C. Dorothy Gray Griepith Winston-Snicm. N. C. Mildred Marie Griei ith Bumsviile. N. C. Fred M. GRAGG ... Boone. N. C. Howard Graybeal Treetop. N. C. Alda Greene Purlear. N. C. Eugene George Grofe Boycrtown. Pa. Christmas Carol Haigler Unionvillc. N. C. Robert Hall, Jr. S.ilislniry. N. C. James David Hamilton Magnolia. N. C. Alma Elizabeth Hanes Thomasviiu. N. C. JAMIE Christine Harmon Sherwood, N. C. Page Sixty-six MARGARET HARRIS Wake Forest. N. C. Martha Elsie Hartman Advance. N. c. Louise Hash Grant. Va. Billy HEDGEPETH Warrenton. N. C. JACK HEMRIC High Point. N. C. Marion Louise Hendrix Asheville, N. C. RUBYE Janet HENSON Carolcen, N. C. Gertrude Hinson Stanfieid. N. C. Helen Carter Hodges Boone. N. C. Josephine Hoffman High Point. N. C. James Watson Holyfield Casma. N. C. Vivian Geraldine Hoots Winston-Salem, N. C. - ti -i} Page Sixty-seven Addie Mae Howard Oakboro, N. C. Marv Elizabeth Howard Lincolnton. N. C. OLIVE LORETTA HoWIE Monroe. N. C. Martha Louise Hutciiens Mount Airy. N. C. HOY Lee Isaacs . . . Sherwood. N. C. Robert McClain Jamison Covington. Va. Catherine Watson Jenkins Boiling Springs. N. C. EARLINE Johnson Boone. N. C. Joy WELDON Johnson Randleman. N. C. Bill J. Jones Shelby, N. C. Bill Jones Madison. N. C. Leonard Hamilton Jones Catawba. N. C. Page Sixty-eight LORNA Lou Jordan Statesville. N. C. Judith Rebecca joyner Tabor City, N. C. IRVIN E. Kelly Davidson. N. C. EVA King Boone. N. C. Hazel Irene Kiser Lincolnton. N. C. JEANNE CAUELLE KNOX Huntersville. N. C. Ruth Evelyn Koontz Lexington. N. C. MAE Lawrence Boone, N. C. DESSIH THELMA LEDBETTER Black Mountain, N. C. JANICE Evelyn Little Newton, N. C. JosiE Van Little Newton, N. C. Charles J. LOWMAN Connelly Springs. N. C. Page Sixty-nine Mildred Ernestine Martin Ruth Evelyn martin Mary Moore Mast . Mary Frances Matthis Mjyo. S. C. Cowpcns. S. C. Patterson. N. C. Warsaw, N. C. ' - « ' ? ' -- Frances Evangeline McCulloch Ncalsvilic. N. C. Anne Gertrude McLean Rdmont, N. C. Edith Miller McMahan Mocksville. N. C. Hannibal Ernest McPeters . Wcavcrvillc. N. C. Archie McRimmON Rowland. N. C. Ed. MEACHAM Kannapolis. N. C. DAN Regis Miller Pittsburgh, Pa, l.uciLE Miller Richfield. N. C. Page Seventy Robert Wayne Miller Biscoe. N. C. Sallie Martha Miller West Jefferson. N. C. Allie MAE Mills Polkton. N. C. ALMA JuLEDA Moore Winston-Salem. N. C. Carlyne Elizabeth Morrison Banner Elk. N. C. JAMES Leo NEWMEYER Duquesne. Pa. Jane Evelyn Newsome Oakborc N. C. Annie Imogene Norris Boone, N. C. James W. NorriS Boone. N. C. John NOVOTNY Braddock. Pa. ALYCE Ruth OATES Bessemer City. N. C. SARAH Palmer New London. N. C. Page Seventy-one J J — . JEANNETTE Parker Marion. N. C. Theresa Payseur ... Shelby. N. C. HOBERT Lee Perdue Thomasvillc. N. C. John Ferryman Lexington. N. C. J. C. Phillips Manning. S. C. Rl ' TH POOVEY Granite Falls. N. C. Lucille Dalma Porter Loris. S. C. NANCY SHELTON Potts Davidson. N. C. Sara Frances Pyron Lcaksviiic. N. C. SAM Ray. JR Marion. Va. WiNIERED JOYCE RECTOR Marshall. N. C. JAMi-;s Edwin Reese Boone. N. C. Page Seventy-two Theodore Reitzle . . . Bettie H. Renfrow . . . MARY Lillian Rucker Pauline Sale Morrisville. Pa. Fair Bluff, N. C. . . . Shelby, N. C. . . . Dover, Del. Joseph Austin Savage . . . BiiULAH Clyde Scott Leonard Butler Scronce Willie Kate Seagle .... Barium Springs. N. C. Boone, N. C. Vale. N. C. , . . . Lincolnton, N. C. Frances Pauline Sexton . . . Geraldine Virginia Shields Marley Lester Sigmon ELSIE Addie Smith Sparta. N. C. Murphy, N. C. Barium Springs, N. C. Wingate, N. C. Page Seventy-three Ferne Smith Bessemer City. N. C. FLYNN SHERRILL SMIIII . . Mooresville. N. C. Elizabeth L. South Boone. N. C. RACIIFI. I.FE SPENCE Siler City. N. C. MEREDIIH J. SPRATT Cjrolcen. N. C. JAMES Milton STORIE Boone. N. C. Frances Marion Stubbs Boone. N. C. FDITH STURGILL Lansing. N. C. Agnes Musette Summers ... St.ucsviile. N. C. Joyce: jaunita Sutherland Crcston. N. C. 1ne;z Teeter Oakboro. N. C. MARY Jane: Thorpe ' Ronda. N. C. Page Seventy-four David Perkins Thurman Boone. N. C. Mabel Vera Todd Elk Creek. Va. Etta Lee TRIPLETT Purlear. N. C. DeLLA Mae TRIVETTE Beech Creek, N. C. ORVILLE YATES TUCKER Stanficld. N. C. Thomas Turbyfill Maiden. N. C. Lois Mae Turner Kershaw. S. C. George Paul Vuckan Pittsburgh, Pa. Ruth Wagner Mocksville. N.C . Selma Frances Walker Boone. N. C. Claire Wall Mocksville. N. C. George Watts Shelby, N. C. Page Seventy-live Ola Elvira Weathi-r marguerite elma webb Jessie West BUREN WHISNANT Mary Martin Whisnant Marie Adeline White . . Shelby, N, C. Battlcboro, N. C. Mocksvillc, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. Union Grove. N. C. Marion Hildrhd White . . Ruby Lee White Mildred Lois Wihtworth Tyner. N. C. Riiihcrfordton. N. C. Chcrryvillc. N. C. Page Seventy-six Ray Lovd Wiles Husk. N. C. Ada CAMPBELL Wilson Gastonia. N. C. EULA Virginia Wilson Nebo. N. C. Georgia waugh Wilson Boone, N. C. Miller Wrenn Danville. Va. Hazel Lee Wright Rutherfordton. N. C. Tom Carr Wright Boone. N. C. Margaret Yarbrough Harstvilie, S. C. ESTELLE York Mount Airy, N. C. Page Seventy-seven SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Bill HornFECK President Hugh Daniels Vice-President Obed Day Secretary and Treasurer SOPHOMORES Willie Hazel Adkins Rjmscyiown, N. C. Sybil Allen Pcachland. N. C. Alice Frances Anthony Durham. N. C. Violet Linda Austell " Harl. N. C. Warren H. Austin Boone, N. C. Lillian FAYE BAIRD Banner Elk, N. C. Louise Baker Bakersviiie, N. C. H. RRY C. BARFIELD Glendon, N. C. LOYD SEWELL BARNETTE Iillenboro. N. C. Jane Mock Beachum . Starr, N. C. Peggy Beale Helen Novella Beatty Virginia B. Beck MARY Elizabeth Beddingfield Edgar Bingham Snow Camp, N. C. Stanley, N. C. , . Lexington, N. C. nikin.N. C. Boone, N. C. Page Eighty 5Prpi ' " . y " ' s-.- Eva Mae Bingham Boone, N. C. Dorothy Virginia Black . Piney Creek, N. C. Mary Black Milton, Del. Palmer Blair Boone. N. C. Ray Oscar BLEVINS Lansing. N. C. Ruth Irene Bolick Clyde Ernest Brown . . . Elizabeth Alice Brown , Mary Elizabeth Bruton Blowing Rock. N. C. Lincolnton. N. C. Cramerton. N. C. Mt. Gilead. N. C. Dixie Mae Burleson Valley. N. C. RuBV Mary Belle Burleson RoxiE Emma Burleson Gwendolyn Candler J. C. Canipe. Jr JAMES Cebron Carpenter . - Valley, N. C. Valley, N. C. Hickory, N. C. Boone. N. C. Ruthcrfordton. N. C. Page Eighty-one Norma Virginia Carrol Boone. N. C. Peggy O ' Neill Casiiwell Thomasviiic, N. C. LOGENE MARIE CAUDILL Pincy Creek. N. C. JASPER L. Cherry Wjshington. N. C. Myrtle Lee Church Elk Park. N. C. MARIE Helen Clark Lansing. N. C. Gail Clay Boone, N. C. Helen Ruth Cochrane Concord. N. C. JANE Elizabeth Cochran Starr. N. C. Sarah KATHRVN COOGLER Chester, S. C. Dorothy Florence Comer Cameron. N. C. Virginia Agnes Covington Ellerbe. N. C. Rachel Covington Rural Hall. N. C. WILFORD Cox Laurel Springs. N. C. MARY Brown CRANEORD Thomasviiic. N. C. Page Eighty-two Marie VENEZIA CURCIO Orlando. Fla. CLAUDE DANCY Boone. N. C. Hugh Sidney Daniel Franklinton, N. C. Johnnie Mae Davis Earl. N. C. ObED Day " Boone. N. C. Fairy Elizabeth Dobbins Rusk, N. C. Mildred Ruth Dull Cana. N. C. Helen Jean Edmiston Mooresvilie. N. C. Mary Belle Elliott Shelby, N. C. Queen Mary Eubanks Marsh% ' ille, N. C. Jacqueline Muriel Everhart Thomasville, N. C. Jack FAIRCLOTH Dunn, N. C. William Norris farrell Pittsboro, N. C. Vernon Speight Felton Rocky Mount, N. C. Mary Flake Wadesboro. N. C. Page Eighty-three MARY Frances Fletcher Durham. N.C Eugenia Forbes Gjstonia. N. C KATE Forbes Gastonia. N. C MARGARET FOUST Snow Camp, N. C Mildred Formvdl ' val Hallsboro. N. C HAROLD Julius FRITTS Lexington, N. C. EVELYN GALLOWAY Dcrita, N, C, BILLIE GAMBLE Independence. Va. Julian GAULT Simpsonvillc, N, C. Walter Leslie Gerald Statesviiic, N. C. Bob Henry Gibbs Mill Spring, N, C. Nellie Ruth Gilbert Lincolnton, N. C. Hayden W. GiLLEAN Woodlcaf, N. C. Pauline Gilliam Thomasvillc, N, C. Olan Goodnight Boone, N. C. Page Eighty-four immk NADINE GRAGG Jewel Deal Graham VIOLET Genevieve Graham SARAH Frances Grayson ALVAH IMOGENE GREENE Boone. N. C. Todd, N. C. Todd. N. C. Filbert, S. C, Boone, N. C. AiLEEN Greene Sugar Grove. N. C. Ida Mozelle Greene Globe. N. C. Veronica Greene Purlear. N. C. George G. Grier Elkin. N. C. BLAIR Wilson Griffin Marshville. N. C. GRETTA Gene GRUBBS Winston-Salem. N. C. RACHEL HAMBY Purlear. N. C. MARY Evelyn HAMRICK Ellenboro. N. C. Ethel Tatum Hannah Linwood. N. C. Edna EARLE Harmon Sugar Grove. N. C. =, ,5 . Pag. ' E.ghiy-live V - x-r : - .- cawaw ■ Zeb Jennings Harris Cr.imcrton, N. C. James Hubert Hawkins . . Marion. N. C. Rhba Haves h.iIIs Mills. N. C. Harvey Heavnhr Valc, N. C. Heath Blair Helms Marshvilk, N. C. James Ralph Helms Marshville, N. C. William Lester Hemby Monroe. N. C. Sti;lla Roosevelt Hildebrand Kniglndalc. N. C. Bill Anthony Hornfeck GUssport. Pa. Henry Pord HOUSER Bessemer City. N. C. Tmelma Christine Houser Pfafftown. N. C. Lawrence Walter Hovis Bessemer City. N. C. Irene Elizabeth Howard Sherrills Pord. N. C. Cedric Vernon Hunter Day Book. N. C. Ruth West Isaacs Boone. N. C. Page Eighty -six Frances Martha Jackson Pilot Mountain, N. C. Frances Pauline Jackson Boone, N. C. Kathleen JARVIS Laurel Springs. N. C. Ruby Ellen JESSUP Francisco, N. C. Vivian Nesbit Johnson Vale, N. C. Earl Foster Johnson Ronda, N. C. Margaret Louise Johnson KannapoHs. N. C. Doris Lee Jones Sparta, N. C. Jessie Lois Jones Furches. N. C. Alice Frances Joyce Mount Airy, N. C. Rush Thomas KELLEY Germanton, N. C. William Killian Lincointon, N. C. Lillian Bernhardt Kent Lenoir, N. C. Ruth G. Lambeth Sanford, N. C. Jack Dean Lawrence Boone, N. C. Page Eighty-seven Annie Evelyn Lawson . Mount Airy N. C NANCY Lilly Lee Huntcrsvillc N. C William Odell Leonard Lexington N. C Lillian Lewis R.imsnytown, N. C Tom D. Li;wis Mountain I ' .irk. N. C Ruth Loven Linvillc N. C Helen Cleo Lowe . Cnrolccn, N r I-lorene Lutz Newton, N. C Helen Christine Lutz Newton N. C Frances Durcilla Lynch Stony Point N. C Willie Earl Lyon Hickory N r Ruby Josephine Mann Gastonij N. C I-RANK Terry mansiiip Rockinsham. N. C Cora Adeline Martin Stalcsville N. C Rebecca Sue Mast Sherwood N. C Page Eiybly-eight iik. ' d Flowers Ellen Mast Lovilk. N. C. TERRENCE John MATTERN blip Terrace. N. Y. Pearl McBEE Spruce Pine, N. C. Rebecca Sue McCollum Winston-Salem, N. C. Henry Northington McKeller Rowland, N. C. Winnie Sue McLean North Wilkesboro, N. C. Everett Warren McNeilly Casar, N. C. Pauline McRary Lenoir, N. C. LORENE Melton Albemarle, N. C, Gorman Lee Michael Lexington, N. C. Carolyn Spainhour Miller Boone, N. c. Cleta Margaret Miller - Clifton, N. C. Charles Blaine Miller Boone, N. C, Edith Moore . Dobson, N, C. Lily Pearle Moore Globe, N. C, Page Eighty-nine CHARLENE Morris Stanley. N. C. Eris Elizabeth Mounce W ' .ilnut Cove N. C. Hazel Mabel Moretz Boone. N. C. Gleadied Pauline Mills Polkton. N. C. Hilda Mary Moss Earl. N. C. Preston Alfonzo Mull Boone. N. C. LELIA NEAL Rcidsville. N. C. ESTELLE RHODA NEAL Walnut Cove. N. C. Betty OgBURN Newton Winston-Salem. N. C. Edward Ralph Newton Grouse, N. C. Frances Nichols Durham. N. G. Josephine Nichols Toast. N. C. Joseph Ferd Oliver Fig. N. G. Ruth Rebecca Orders Moorcsville. N. G. SAM Wesley Osborne Newton, N. C. Ruth TREXLER Park Salisbury. N. C. Naomi Ruth Parker Marshville, N. C. Aubrey H. Payne Mount Airy. N. C. Helen Mae Peeler Hickory. N. C. Marion Phillip Petty Gastonia. N. C. Margaret Catherine Pierce Harmony. N. C. Lee Annah Power Conover, N. C. Elbert June Pratt . . Pinnacle. N. C. SARA REE PYATT Marion. N. C. Virginia RandLE Kings Mountain. N. C. John H. Ransom Oxford. N. C. M. Sue RATCHFORD Gastonia. N. C. MARY L. Redmond New Hope. N. C. Patvrae Reeves Sparta. N. C. Ralph Reynolds El Dorado. Ark. Page Ninety-one m Mr j :kM Inez RoBBINS Harris, N. C. Erma Dell Robertson . Snow Camp. N. C. Wilfred O ' Neal Robinson North, s. C. Sue Alice Ruddock .... Kings Mountain. N. C. Madeline Greene Scroggs . , Roaring River, N. C. Evelyn SEALEY Bamesville, N. C. Geneva Searcy Uree. N. C. ARNOL SETZER Winston-Salem, N. C. Dorcas Aletiia Sharp Ashcvilic. N. C. MARY Jane SheeK Advance. N. C. Julius Canoy Shepherd Lexington, N. C. Charles Elliott Smith . . Appalachia. Va. Virginia Strange Smith . Lexington, N. C. Robert Alton Snow Elkin, N. C. Bill Judson Sparks Elkin. N. C. Page Ninety-two William Harrison Spedden Cambridge. Md. Edith Roseannee Spencer Boonviiie. N. C. IVA SPILLMAN Winston-Salcm, N. C. Vena SPILLMAN Winston-Salem. N. C. Jean Winifred Stirewalt Durham. N. C. ARVETA Stafford Taylorsville. N. C. CHLOE Story Boone. N. C. Eugene Robert Stroupe Cherryviiie. N. C. WiLDA Virginia SUDDUTH iMontezuma. N. C. Lillian Suggs , Raleigh. N. C. PAUL BICKETT SUMMEY Forest City. N. C. Frances SUTLIFF Leaksville. N. C. Curtis Franklin Tarleton Marshville. N. C. JAMES HARLEY Taylor Corinth. N. C. THELMA Mae Taylor Pilot Mountain. N. C. Page Ninety-three Virginia Sophia Tesh . . William Roy Thompson ALTA Irene Tilley Jesse Timmons . . Clcmmons, N. C. Mountain Park. N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. Boone, N. C. Mary Malinda Toms , Richard Tucker Lois Lorene Turpin Katherine Sugg Underdown . : Shelby, N. C. Newton. N. C. . Mount Airy. N. C. Blowing Rock. N. C. KATHLEEN VESTAL Boonvillc. N. C. JAMES RAY WALKER Morganton. N. C. CLAUDINE WARF Rcidsvillc. N. C. MARY ELAINE WELLS Shelby. N. C. Page Ninety-four Ruth Wilson . . Boone. N. C. John KermIT WiLLETT , Salisbury, N. C. CLEO Lea Williams Hemp, N. C. Dorothy Elizabeth Williams Maiden, N. C. ELLERBE Harrison Williams Indian Trail. N. C. Joe Williams Boone, N. C. Virginia grace Wilkinson Albemarle, N. C. Grace Louella Wood Hanes, N. C. MARJORIE WOODIE Piney Creek. N. C. MARY ELIZABETH WORSHAM Ruffin. N. C. MARY Doris Wright Boone. N. C. Ruby YODER Lincolnton. N. C. Page Ninety-five 0 ' !4lf 4ik • ' ' • ' • « - ' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS John Eugene Stacy President Cecil Hackney Vice-President Alice Gerald Secretary Virginia Toms Treasurer t -. — " AV ' - FRESHMEN g mi John Ballew Abernethy Pedro Alvarez Bruce H. Angel - Frances Maybel Arnold Georgia Mae Avers Allen Hill Bandy rARC.ABET T.OVCRETIA BaNKS JoSKi ' H ITal Bar LOWE Mar J OR IE Baynard Margaret Katherine Berrier Martha Crowell Belk Burton Bennett Margaret Bennp:tt Naomi Billings Elizabeth Mast Binghak Mary Ella Bingham AvoLENE T-ois Boles Ernest Bernard Bolick Dossrtt Roland Bowling Harry Bowman ..Connelly Springs, Cardenas. .. Boone, Bristol, - Boone, N. C. Cuba N. C. Tcnn. N. C. N. C. .N. C. , Tenn. ,N. C. Lexington, N. C. Lincolnton, Burnsvill -. Tradf, ' Forest City, Mo .Kings Mountain, -Winston-Snlem, -„ Dockcry, Sherwood, . Lawndalc, King, — Boone, - Pittsboro, -.Winston- Salem, N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C, N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. Page Ninety-eight Evelyn Nesbit Bowman Taylorsville, N. C. Ruby Jean Browne Waco, N. C. Frances Theresa Brown Boone, N. C. Pauline Francis Brown Fireco, W. Va. Myrtle Pauline Brown Creston, N. C. Rov Daniel Brown Hemp, N. C. Naomi Mae Broyhill Boomer, N. C. Frances Josephine Bryan Sparta, N. C. Georgie Mabel Bryan „Sparta, N. C. Geneva Eleanor Burris Albemarle, N. C. Jewell Elizabeth Burris Albemarle, N. C. Mildred Louise Butner Winston-Sakm, N. C. Florence Margaret Buchanan Charlotte, N. C. Marjorie Call J Mocksville, N. C. Richa rd Xorman Campany Adams, N. Y. Max Wilson Carpenter Rutherfordton, N. C. R. A. Carroll, Jr. Goodwin, N. C. Ben Erxest Carson Rutherfordton, N. C. Margaret Cowles Carter Lenoir, N. C. Claire Omar Caskey Charlotte, N. C. Page Ninety-nine Wayne Jack Caodill Ankie Chaney ... Sally Vea Church — Mary Katiikrinf. Coble Kari. Jerry Coe C. Carson Coffield Stanley HirDcsoN Cole Audrey Yvonne Collins IJoNALii Milton Coulter — Dorothy Lorraine Coppedce Annie Mae Corn -«ft!Sj5. ' Madge Marc.aret Counts Robert B. Courts GussiE Anita Cox Edna Lois Craver Frances Crawford — JoiiNiE Beam Crawford Doris Virginia Cbouse — Gene Louis Crow Lillian Leona Crump — North Wilkesboro, N. C. Wingatc, N. C. Purlear, N. C. OverhiUs. N. C. Chester, W. Va. Ellenboro, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. . Sandy RidtJC, N. C. Newton, N. C. Wake Forest, N. C. .. . Lexington, N. C. Honakcr, Va. ... Reidsvillc, N. C. Edcnton, N. C. Lexington, N. C. Coolecmec, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. Thomasville, N. C. Shelby, N. C. Upton, N. C. Page One Hundred Sue Dale Bruce Harris Davis „ Edith Lutrell Davis Sara Ella Dawkins James Floyd Dehart Helex Louise Dearmin Pearl Elizabeth Devine Sara Anna Diehl Meredith B. Duncan Heath Lee Duncan Heber Gordon Eaker Carolyn Lula Earnhardt Alice Bvnum East „„ Reeves Murchison Edens Ray Ellison Annie LaVelle Estes L ' ldine Eudy Neil Clifford Evans Frances Ercell Farlow — JOHNSIE LoUVENIA FarLOW Spruce Pine, N. C. Lexington, N. C. „,Winston-Salera, N. C. -East Rockingham, N. C. Spray, N. C. Westfield, N. C. Lincolnton, N. C. Winston- Sal era, N. C. Trade, Tenn, Indian Trail, N. C. Cherryville. N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Gaiax, Va. Rowland, N. C. Shouns, Tenn. Upton, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Lexington, N. C. Sophia, N. C. Sophia, N. C. Page One Hundred One Dorothy Vibcinia Farthing Mabel Kathleen Farthing . . Vivian Faw Jane Amanda Ferabee John Milton Fletcher Janette Sparrow Forhes Dorothy Cornelius Frederick William Thurman Freeman Bill Moss Furr Henry Merlvn Gabriel Alice Elizabeth Gerald Mabel Arev Goodman ' iR(;iMA Dare Goodman Edward James Gomedela Charles Turner Graham DoLA Frances Graybeal Lavila Martin Greene Jesse Grover Greer CoNSUELA Gregg Boone, N. C. -Sugar Grove, N. C. Hickory, N. C. Mocksville, N. C. Upland, Pa. Harold William Giieico Gastonia, N. C. Turkey. N. C. Hamlet, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Cleveland, N. C. Statesville, N. C. Gold Hill, N. C. ..West Jefferson, N. C. Erwin, N. C. Cleveland, N. C. Fig, N. C. .Deep Gap, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. Globe, N. C. ..Adams, N, Y. Page One Hundred Tivo Boyd Grigg Cecil Edgar Hackney .. Dorothea Lee Hardin . Lois Aliene Hardin Albert Reed Harmon Sarah Wilma Harmon Ray Baxter Harrill Edith Woodruff Hash Walter G. Hawkins Shelby, N. C. Pittsl)oro, N. C. — Jacksonville, N. C. Laxan, N. C. „Beech Creek, N. C. Sherwood, N. C. —Forest City, N. C. ..Piney Creek, N. C. Charlotte. N. C. Warren George Hawkins Spray, X. C. Lincolnton, N. C. Monroe, N. C. Helen Hauss Ira Hollis Helms Maud Julia Herndon . Edith Annirexe Hicks Mary Louise High Charles Clifton Hill . Sarah Estelle Holton Richard Clay Hood Lelia Tvttle Hoover „, Joseph A. Hoskins -Kings Mountain, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Thomasville, N. C. Jiigh Point, N. C. Davidson, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. -Summerfield, N. C. Page One Hundred Three iiTiii iiluJ Benjamin Hoskins, Jr Marie Elizabeth Hughes — Annie Mae Hunter Doris Lea Hunter Kenneth Paul Hunter Groce James Vance James . Benjamin Lewis Jamison ... James Edgar Johnson Ruth Ellen Johnson Walter Raleigh Johnson Archie William Jones Hkn Franklin Jones To m Jones „ Louis Joyce Walter Clyde Joyce Cassell Martha Keller Elm a Carlton King David Richard Kirkham Armond Lee Kluttz „„„ Sumnicrficld, N. C. Elk Park. N. C. Toljaccovillf, N. C. Day Book, N. C. Day Book, N. C. Farmington, N. C. my. N. C. Covington, Va. Mount Airy, N. C. Morrisvillc, N. C. Vilas. N. C. Winston-Salcm, N. C. Moorcsville, N. C. Shelby. N. C. Sandy Ridge, N. C. Sandy Ridge. N. C, Pineola, N. C. Durham, N. C. Winston-Salcm, N. C. . Salisbury, N. C. Page One Hundred Four ;■. Knott Oxford, N. C. MTER Lathers Daytona Beach, Fla. .. Ruth Lawson Castlewood, Va. Daniel Philip Lefler Noiwood, N. C. Gale Gentry Lemly West Jefferson, N. C. George Rufus Lippard .„ Albemarle, N. C. Fred Jamisox Lowrance ..- Barium Springs, N. C. Mary Edith Lucas Greensboro, N. C. Martin Martin EUenboro, N. C. Mary Mildred Mackie Granite Falls, N. C. Wilma Gleta Madison Sherrill ' s Ford, N. C. Geraldine Ervin Mahaffee Forest City, N. C. Anna Cleopatra Mancum Bahama, N. C. John D. Marsh Boone, N. C. Wretha Alice Marsh Boone, N. C. Harold Gray Mast . —..Sugar Grove, N. C. James Guy McCann „. Roaring Gap, N. C. Robert Wesley McCorkle . Mocksville, N. C. Margaret Evans McKnight Greensboro, N. C, Foil William McLaughlin Mooresville, N. C. Page One Hundred Five Emma Sue McNeely Phyixis Beatrice McWhirter HvATT Melton James Miller John Miller Greensboro, N. C. -Shc-lliy, N. C. Ellenboio, N. C. „ — Swissdale, P:i. -.- High Point, N. C. Lucille Miller Todd, N. C. Ruth Virginia Miller Boone, N. C. Warren Calvin Morgan Biltmorc, N. C. Ruth Adelaide Morpeth Manorville, Long Island, N. Y. Horace Houk Mull Boone, N. C. Joe Forest Mull Alda Ethel Murray Mary Carolyn Murray Ann Elizaiieth Muse Doris Elizabeth Myers BURGIN ESnIT ..„ Ruth Mae Nixon Stanley Nixon Eris Noel . JuNious Clifford Ousley Shelby, N. C. Durham, N. C. Spruce Pine, N. C. High Point, N. C. Thomasville, N. C. Fairvicw, N. C. -Mountain Park, N. C. Belmont, N. C. -Winston-SalenL N. C. - Buies Creek, N. C. Page One Hundred Six Rosalind Page . Boone, N. C. Sallie Hope Park Salisbury, N. C. Warren Parris High Point, N. C. Georgie Lucille Parrish Walkertown, N. C. Matt Anthony Pasky Pittsburgh, Pa. Sara Katherine Patterson Stony Point, N. C. Edna Lenora Payne . Boone, N. C. Martha Leota Payne Hiddenite, N. C. Grover Edward Pendry Hays, N. C. Margie Pendry Hays, N. C. Mildred Carolyn Perry Sugar Grove, N. C. Annabel Perry Albemarle, N. C. Richard Raymond Pierce Mooresville, N. C. Janie Ruth Pleasant Yanceyville, N. C. Evangeline Louise Poteat BakersviUc, N. C. Jay Wright Powell North Wilkesboro, N. C. Gray Fred Presnell Vilas, N. C. Margaret Wills Pritchett Elon College, N. C. Juanita Stella Proffitt Boone, N. C. Alice Irwin Ragan - Gastonia, N. C. Page One Hun dred Seven Bill Rankin Salislimy. N. C. Pride Graham Ratterree Kings Mountain, N. C. Clara Jean Redmond New Hope. N. C. Martha Clixard Redwine Lexington, N. C. JUANiTA Reese Rccsc, N. C. Rosetta Hund Rhea Joe Lee Rice Roma Martha Roberson Helen Margaret Roberts ., Wilbur L. Roberts Denver D. Robinson Stella Ciiloe RotiERS Rosalie Rowe FuLMER Milton Rudisill . William Thomas Russ . Martha Alyece Russell juanita estelle saunders Dorothy Lee Sharpe - ., Elva Myrtle Sheffield Jean Miller Suerer Boone, N. C. ..Indian Trail, N. C. Leaksville, N. C. ..Roaring River, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. Hemlock, N. C. Boone, N. C. ---Boone, N. C. Burnsville, Ala. Charlotte, N. C. Burlington, N. C. Newi ort, N. C. Cedar Grove, N. C. - Boone, N. C. Sharon, S. C. Page One Hundred Eight 7 ' fTTi, Helen Brown Sherwood Gladys Virginia Shomaker Detleve Sigman, Jr. Dorcas Margaret Sigmon Rumell Sisk Amos Hedrick Smith Katherine Calhoun Smith Mildred Juanita Smith Wayne Smith Raymond Vestal Snider Lenora Geraldine Spencer Georgia Elouise Speer John E. Staci- Opal Ruth Stansberry Houston Johnson Steelman Pearl Loretta Steelman Merl B. Steimer „. John Wess Stroud Fred Stuart Bill Taylor -Sugar Grove, N. C. --Banner Elk. N. C. Claremont, N. C. Xewton, N. C. King, N. C. —Lexington, N. C. Boone, N. C. Clover, S. C. -Southmont, N. C. Denton, N. C. .Xawsonville, N. C. Abbeville, S. C. York, S. C. Lansing, N. C. North Wilkesboro, N. C. Hamptonville, N. C. — Duquesne, Pa. — Black Mountain, N. C. Ashland, N. C. Newton, N. C. Page One Hundred Nine Edith Elizabeth Taylor Corinth, N. C. Mildred Elizabeth Teague Kings Creek, N. C. Joe Terry — ..Lexington, N. C. Ruth Tharpe Roiula, N. C. Ray Willet Thomas Lenoir, N. C. Lillian Flintoh Thompson Durham, N. C. Margaret Tilley „ Raleigh, N. C. Virginia Catherine Toms Shelby, N. C. Mae Suetta Tucker Mount Holly, N. C. Rachel Belle Tucker „., Monroe, N. C. Ruby Mae Tucker . Monroe, N. C. Harold Lee Turbyfill Lincolnton, N. C. Carl Mitchell Turbyfill Maiden, N. C. Dorothy Belle Veasey Stem, N. C. Xancy Ellen Watson Pinnacle, N. C. Henr ietta McManaway Wadoell Rockingham, N. C. Claude Champion Walker Shelby, N. C. Page One Hundred Ten Marie Martha Wellborn Deep Gap, N. C. Ben West Moyock. N. C. Jane Rebecca White .., - Cleveland, N. C. Susie Frances Whitener Hickory, N. C. Helen Payne Wilcox .-„ Boone, N. C. DuRWOOD Borden Williams Godwin, N. C. Nell Williams ...Hamptonville, N. C. Ralph Payne Williams Monroe, N. C. Harry Nelson Wilson Wilson ' s Mills, N. C. Worth Wilson Trade, Tenn. Helen Wills Winkler Boone, N. C. Gloria Elizabeth Wirtz Pittsboro, N. C. Lois Wiseman Spear, N. C. Dorothy Jean Wolfe — Bessemer City, N. C. Peggy Ann Wood Dobson, N. C. Paul Vernon Yarborough Lexington, N. C. Junius Horace Yount Newton, N. C. Page One Hundred Eleven IN MEMORIAM HAROLD LEE TURBYFILL Booi: III ATHLZTICS THE COACHES TALK IT OVER Left to right: STARR WOOD, PlllL HUDSON, HEAD COACH R. W. Watkins. Bob Broome, Clyde Canipe ATHLETICS FOR MEN WEARERS OF THE OFFICERS ERNir Safrit President Danny Miller Vice-President Marli-:y Sigmon Treasurer Lawrence Hornfeck Secretary ' V ▲ :4s " A " CLUB ROLL Henderson Baker Lee Bost Jasper Cherry Albert Crawford J. T. Cunningham Bruce Daniels Arthur Felton Vernon Felton George Greer Gene Groff Watson Holyfield Bill Hornfeck Lawrence Hornfeck Craig Hull Edwin Johnson Charles Manship George Martin Forrest McClure Ed Meacham Danny Miller James Newmeyer John Novotny james o ' toole, Charles Parks Hobart Perdue John Rackley JAMES Reese TED Reitzle Jack Ruffing Ernie Safrit Marley sigmon Belus Smawlev Paul Summey George watts NeWMVGR R.e. y HODNFeCK QB. 4 MAfNSHIP R.T. GAMES AND RESULTS Appalachian M U. of Tampa 6 Appalachian 6 U. of N. C. 56 Appalachian 2 " Carson Newman 6 Appalachian Elon . . 7 Appalachian 40 W. C. T. C 8 Appalachian 9 Newberry 7 JOHfNSON L.£. Appalachian 28 Appalachian Appalachian 9 Appalachian 28 156 Totals . . Played 10 Won 6 King College 3 Rollins 30 Lenoir Rhyne .13 Guilford 136 Lost 4 Pet. 600 GAMES AND RESULTS Appalachian 51 Appalachian 50 Appalachian 67 Appalachian 48 Appalachian Appalachian 56 Appalachian 91 Appalachian 50 Appalachian 66 Appalachian 39 Appalachian 66 Appalachian 55 Appalachian 52 Appalachian 32 E. T. T. C 34 King College 33 E. T. T. C 40 L. M. U 40 Hancs 45 King College 46 Lenoir Rhyne 41 Hanes 5 7 E. C. T. C 49 Elon 27 Lenoir Rhyne ... 45 Catawba 47 Guilford 29 High Point 45 Appalachian 6 3 W. C. T. C. 39 Appalachian 51 C atawba 34 Appalachian 5() A. C. C. 40 Appalachian 76 Cuiijford 28 Appalachian . . .42 High Point 39 Appalachian . . .59 W. C. T. C. 28 Appalachian 49 Lion .54 Played 2 1 Won 1 7 Lost 4 Pet. 809 CONl I-RI-NCL- TOURNAMnNT Appalachian 54 W. C. T. C 4 3 Appalachian 41 l:lon 34 Appalachian 51 Catawba 40 NANTZ GUARD North State Conference Champions SAACS GUARD FiDLER- 6UARD SAFRir- GUARD NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT— KANSAS CITY Appalachian 63 Appalachian . , 48 Appalachian 29 Baker University 42 Baltimore University .36 Santa Barbara College . . .36 BASEBALL Clyde Canipe, Coach J. W. Robertson. Manager BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1041 April 7 Western Carolina at Cullowhee April 8 Western Carolina at Cullowhee April 9 Lenoir Rhyne at Hickory April 14 Western Carolina at Boone April 17 Elon at Elon April 18 Elon at Elon April 19 Hanes at Winston -Salem April 22 Catawba at Salisbury April 28 Emory and Henry at Boone May 1 Lenoir Rhyne at Boone May 2 Emory and Henry at Emory, Va May 7 Catawba at Boone r PPiQKS WATKIN5 UNNINGHAM f ZT WRESTLING Results Appalachian 28 Case 10 Appalachian 3 W. C. T. C Appalachian 3 3 Naval Apprentice School. . 3 Appalachian 38 Winston-Salcm Y.M.C.A. Appalachian 35 Winston-Salcm Y.M.CA. «.; 5PARKS DftY (YllLLGR TURBYFILL P CRAWFORD ±-% 5AVAGe AUSTIN " B " TEAM BASKETBALL First Row. left to right: BOWLING, HACKNEY, KNOTT, GREICO, JONES, GERALD, SMITH. Captain: Second Roiv: GRAHAM, Manager, DeHART, STUART, MARTIN, HAWKINS, RAY, Wilson. TENNIS TEAM Front Row. left to right: L. GERALD. R. BLANTON, COACH IVERSEN. R. T. KELLY, J. STORIE; Back Row: B. HEDGEPETH, H. DANIELS, PANETTI, T. WRIGHT. TUMBLING Coach Ivi-:ksl-n Brady Cravton Phillips Pkttv r. jamison b. jamison turbvfill Fritts Reid Manship Thurman ALVERF.Z Hhdgepeth Miller BOXING Front Roio: C. Hunter J. Mull H. Steelman H. Taylor Buck Row: C. TURBYFILL, Mgr. J. Rackley G. MARTIN P. Mull Coach Rivers SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM Left to right: Forrest McClure. Jess William Robertson. George Martin. John Rackley, Harvey Taylor. ARCHERY-SHUFFLEBOARD F. Crayton J. Hemric CHEER- LEADERS Raymond Brady Dona Gantt Dorothy Grim ith Dorothy Baumgardner John Ramsom Mario Curcio Betty Newton Carl Turbyeili. Dr. Amos Abrams No picture Jean Warwick. President of Physical Education Club Margaret Fisler. Captain of Black Team Mary Black. Captain of Gold Team ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN ATHLETICS FOR WOMEN Left to right : Agnes Faggart. Junior Manager Geneva Goodman, Captain Jean Warwick. Senior Manager Thursa Steed. Coach GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Haynes 25 Haynes 21 Boiling Springs 14 Lees McRae 9 Emory-Henry 14 Chatham 13 Boiling Springs 20 Chatham 24 National Business College 16 Wingate 15 Emory-Henry 14 A. S. T. C 15 A. S. T. C 20 A. S. T. C 31 A. S. T. C 28 A. S. T. C 44 A. S. T. C 15 A. S. T. C 39 A. S. T. C 17 A. S. T. C 40 A, S. T. C 35 A. S. T. C 33 Front rou;, left to right: Geneva Goodman, Lucy Crisp. Margaret Fisler, Joy Johnson, Mildred Burner, Hazel Kiser, Billie Gamble. Second roiv: Jean Warwick, Mgr.; Ruth Thorpe, Dorothy Griffith, Mary Black, Josephine Nichols, Charlenc Morris. Miss Steed, Coach, PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR CLUB BLACKS First roa ' . left to right: Geneva Goodman. Mildred Martin. Agnes Faggart. Janettc Forbes. Jane Beachum. Eugenia F-orbes, Louise Baker. Second roiv: Joy Johnson. Peggy Bcale. Dorothy Comer, Ruth Wilson. Josephine Nichols, Elizabeth South. Third row: Margaret Fisler. Ruth I.oven. CIco Mangum. Absent: Virginia Randle, Mary Doris Wright, Mildred Buiner. Druise Caswell, Peggy Wood, GOLDS First row, left to right: Mary Jane Thorpe. Jean Warwick. Thelma Taylor. Geneva Burris. Virginia Smith. Marie Curcio. Johnnie Speas. .Janice Little. Mildred Formyduval. Second row: Marjorie Call. Jewell Burris. Mary Black. Dona G.inii. Evangeline Poteat. Dorothy Griffith. Kate f-orbes. Mary Dunn. Absent: Gail Clay. Ruth Isaacs. Josie Little. Consuela Gregg. Juanita Saunders. Carolyn Earnheart. Wretha Marsh. Lelia Hoover. Dona Gantt. A " CLUB First row, left to right: Agnes Faggart. Jean Warwick. Joy Johnson, Dona Gantt. Billie Gamble. Lucy Crisp. Second row: Hazel Kiser, Elizabeth South. Mildred Formyduval, Dorothy Griffith. Margaret Fisler, Ruth Wilson. Ruth Thorpe, Josephine Nichols. Mary Black. Absent: Mildred Butner, Geneva Goodman, Charlcne Morris. ■p A Q1 " ' P ' rT3 ATT ' ' " ' ' ' " " ' ' ■ ' ' ' ' ' ' ° " 9 " ' - Janettc Forbes. Ann Corn. Cleo Man- ,, , D L.J J gun,, Geneva Harris. J3 it i iVl Second row: Marjorie Call. Elizabeth South, Dorothy Farthing. Elizabeth Brown, Jewell Burris. Evangeline Poteat. Absent: Dona Gantt. I MtM viOj AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFE SAVERS Left (o nghl : Margaret I-islcr. Mil- dred Formyduval, Rctta Mcl.amb. Mary Jane Thorpe. Jean Warwick, Josie Little. Absenl : Dorothy Griffith. VOLLEYBALL VARSITY Left lo right: Janette Forbes. Agnes Faggart. Geneva Goodman. Thelma Taylor. Mary Black. Jean Warwick. Lucy Crisp. Joy Johnson. Absent: Louise Hutchens. Faye Poovey, Ruth Poovey, Lelia Hoover. SOFTBALL VARSITY rinl roic. left to nght: Lucy Crisp. M ildred Martin. Janette Forbes. Agnes I aggart. Geneva Goodman. Margaret [ isler. Second row: Marjorie Call. Mildred Formyduval. Ruth Thorpe. Mary Black. Jennie Lee Bingham. Jean War- wick. Elizabeth Brown. Absent: Frances Canipe. INTRAMURAL PING PONG WINNERS— DOUBLES MARY Black Mildred Formyduval INTRAMURAL WINNER Ol- PING PONG SINGLES HULliN McKlNNEY v • BOOK IV ACTIVITIES THALIAN OFFICERS ROLL l-ALL Term Dona GANTT Presulem JQ HARRIS Vice-President MargARHT English Record, ng Secretary Sara ORREN Corresponding Secretary MARY Eleanor BOYCE Treasurer Virginia Logan ... Critic Jennie Sue Allen . . .Censor Mary Toms Pianist ELIZABETH BEDDINGFIELD Chorister Minnie Edwards Chaplain Winter Term Virginia Logan Mary Gene Beam Dorothy Baumga rdner Frances Sutliff Elsie Barnette Pauling Sale Sue Ratchford Claire Wall Ruth Orders JosiE Little Spring Term Joy Harris Jean Warwick . Pauline Sale ELSIE Barnette Josephine Nichols Agnes Brite Ethel McCann Elizabeth Beddingfield SARA ORREN . . Frances Sutlifi-- President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Critic Censor . Pianist Chorister Chaplain President Vice-President Secretary . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Critic Censor Pianist Chorister Chaplain Etha Adams Flora Allen Jennie Sue Allen Hazel Atkins Dorothy Atkinson Doris Bailey Elsie Barnette Dorothy Baumgardner Elizabeth Beddingfield Mary Gene Beam Kathryn Beard Margaret Bennett Mabel Bowman Mary Eleanor Boyce Agnes Brite Mary Brown Marjoric Baynard Marjorie Call Frances Canipc Margaret Carrithers Druise Cashwell Anna Lena Cooper Rachel Covington Helen Ross Cox Martha Culp Gwen Candler Stella Dye Carolyn Earnhart Minnie Edwards Polly Edwards Elizabeth Ellis Margaret English Elizabeth Furr Dona Gantt Betty Gerald Dorothy Griffith Betty Gwaltney Page One Hundred Thirty-eight LITERARY SOCIETY ROLL Alma Hanes Joy Harris 1 hdma Hauser Mary High Stella Hildebrand Edna HoUoway Vivian Hoots Frances Jackson Joy Johnson Helen Jonas Cleo Jones Evelyn Lawson Jane Lefler Mildred Little Janice Little Josie Little Virginia Logan Frances Lynch Willie Earl Lyon Ruby Mann Ethel McCann Margaret McCollum Rctta McLamb Anne McLean Pauline McRary Mabel Moore Cleo Mangum Evelyn Newsome Josephine Nichols Ruth Orders Ruth Dates Sara Orren Sarah Palmer Charlotte Parker Janet Parker Sue Ratchford Katie Jean Rowe Pauline Sale Juanita Saunders Madeline Scroggs Johnnie Speas Edith Spencer Frances Sutliff Inez Teeter Virginia Tesh Olive Turner Edith Taylor Claire Wall Catherine Ward Jean Warwick Ruth Wagner Bernice Whitesides Muzette Wilkerson Peggy Wood Estelle York Kathleen Vestal Page One Hundred Thirly-nwe ROLL Naomi Broyhill, Irrna Carpenter. Edith Chambers. Ruth Cochrane. Wilma Dale. Helen Edminston. Marie Epley, Margaret Foust. Geneva Goodman. Marion Grabel. Carol Haigler. Zenna Halscy. Clyde Hartsal. Louise Hash. Helen Hauss. Elizabeth Howard. Vivian Johnson. Alice Joyce. Ruth Loven, Helen Lutz. Florine Lutz. Sallic Miller. Mary Mildred Mackic. Louise McCready. Helen McDonald. Sue McNeely. Allic Mills. Polly Mills. Francis Nichols. Ruth Park, Naomi Parker. Rosa Lee Pendry. Irene Phillips, Fayc Poovey, Ruth Poovey, Virginia Randall, Kate Robinson, Helen Roberts, Phoebe Lou Shirley, Ruth Smith, Vena Spillman, Jean Stircwall. Martha Stroupe, Francis Stubbs, Delia Mae Trivctte, Loree Venable, Marie White, Mildred Whitworth, Ada Wilson, Sue Wilson. VERNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Fall Quarter ZbNNA HALSEY, President Ruth Smith, Vice-Presuiem LOREE Venable. Recording Secretary Marie White, Corresponding Secretary MiI,DK1:D Whitworth, Treasurer Winter Quakti:r Ruth Smith. President MARIE Hi ' LEV, Vice-President Vivian Johnson, Recording Secretary Rosa Lee Pendry. Corresponding Secretary NAO.MI Parker. Treasurer Spring Quarter Marie Epley, President Rosa Lee Pendry, Vke-President Jean STIREWALT, Recording Secretary Phoebe Lou Shirley, Corresponding Secretary Louise Hash, Treasurer Page One Hundred Forty DYNICIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Fall Quarter Virginia Clodfelter. President JEAN Singleton. Vice-President Margaret YARBROUGH. Secretary Louise Comer, Treasurer Winter Quarter Bertha Elizabeth Grouse, President Louise Comer, Vice-President Jean Singleton, Secretary Margaret WASHAM. Treasurer Spring Quarter Jean Singleton, President MARGARET WALKER. Vice-President Mary Dunn, Secretary Mary B. Knox. Treasurer ROLL Fay Anthony, Violet Austel, Margaret Alexander, Leola Barae, Jane Beachum. Helen Bandy, Virginia Beck, Elizabeth Brown, Mary Elizabeth Bruton. Ruby Lee Burr is. Virginia Clodfelter, Jan Cochran, Elene Conner, Louise Comer. Ruth Craft, Ruth Crayton. Bertha E. Crouse. Marie Curcio, Mildred Cowan. Johnnie Mae Davis, Muriel Davis. Mary L, DeLapp, Rebecca Donnelly, Dorothy Dunn, Mary Dunn. !Mary Belle Elliot, Jacqueline Everhart, Mildred Formyduval. Evelyn Galloway. Pauline Gil- liam, ' ernelle Gilliam, Sara Frances Greyson. Reba Harris. Elsie Hart man, Rubye Hinson, Mary E. Howard. Louise Hutchens. Louise Johnson. Jessie Lois Jones. Lillian Kent. Evelyn Koontz. Jeanne Knox, Mary Brandon Knox, Helen Lowe, Mary Mast, Helen McKinney. Edith IcMahan. Faye Miller, Alma loore. Elizabeth Padgett. Elizabeth Parsons. Elizabeth Putnam, Ree Pyatt. Sara F. Pyron. Xancy Potts. Inez Robbins. Liry Jane Sheek. Willie Kate Seagle. ' irpinia Smith. Elizabeth South, Jean Singleton, Iva Spillman. Meredith Spratt. Ruth Stone- street. Joyce Sutherland. Lillian Suggs, Margaret Walker, Margaret Washam. Mary Elaine Wells. Marguerite Webb. Jessie West, Eula Wilson, Beulah Wood, Louise Wyke, ' irginia Wilkerson, Margaret Yarbrough. Ruliy Yoder, A ' ru ' Members — Ann Martin, Margaret Cuthbertson. Rel)ecca Forsythe, Juanita Davis. Mildred Butner, Georgia Parrish. Sybil Allen, Claris Austin, Wilma Madison. Ella Edwards. Edna Edwards. Ann Corn. Lois Craver. ■SLary Evelyn Hamrick. Doris Crouse, Feme Smith. Margaret Berrier, Fiorine Brown, Martha Redwine, Mildred Earle. Page One Hundred Forty-one ROLL Esther Adams. Mary Black. Carrie Brewer. Ruth Cau- dill. Lucy Crisp. Gelene Coomes. Prances Douglas. Wilma Essie. Cecelia Farlow. Margaret Gillcland. Ailcen Green. Ethel Hannah, Sarah Hughes. Charlene Morris. Virginia Morris. Elizabeth Neal. Lelia Neal. Margaret Pierce. Anna Power. Fayc Postom. Florence Sanders. Geneva Searcy. Arnol Sctzer. Mabel Todd. Claudine Warf. Lena W ' arf. Ruby White. Dorothy Williams. Elizabeth Washam. Mary Carolyn Price. Juanita Baggctt. Mary Parduc, Mar- gare t Garrett. Margaret Goforth. Wilma Madison. PHILA RETIAN LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Fall Ql ' Aki k MABliL Todd IhesiJeni Virginia Morris ... Vice-President Lee ANNAH Powers Secretary FLORENCE SANDERS Treasurer Winter Quarter VlRCINIA MORRIS President Ruin CAUDILL Vice-President MARGARET GARRETT Secretari Wilma ESSIC Treasurer Spring Quarti-;r JUANiTA BAGGETT President Wilma EsSIC Vice-President Margaret GOEORTII . . . Secretary Lucy Crisp Treasurer — — ' »« j4 «- « Page One Hundred lorty-two Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS FAYE POOVEV, President Ruth Smith, Vice-President Janice Little, Secretary + + + ZENNA HALSEY, Treasurer Edna HOLLOWAY, Program Chairman MARGARET YARBROUGH Program Chairman Dorothy Atkinson, Social Service Ruth STONESTREET, World Fellowship Chairman Helen Bandy, Membership Chairman Dorothy Baumgardner, Social Chairman Pauline Sale, Publicity Johnnie SPEAS, Chorister Mary Frances Fletcher, Pianist ROLL Ether Adams. Margaret Alexander, Flora Allen, Dorothy Atkin- son, Marjorie Bainter. Elsie Barnette. Jane Beachani. Mary Gene Beam, Helen Bandy, Katherine Beard, Elizabeth Beddingfield, Jeane Brown. Nlary Broun, Dorothy Bumgardner, Agnes Brite. Helen Beaty, Jewel Burris, Geneva Burris. Mildred Butner. Marjorie Call. Irnia Carpenter, Ruth Caudill. Virginia Clod- felter, Katherine Cohle, Katherine Coogler, Lonise Comer. Jane Cochran, Helen Ross Cox, Margaret Cuthhertson, Bertha Crouse, Ella Edwards. Edna Edwards, Afinnie Edwards, Marie Epley, Qneen Mary Eubanks, Johnsie Farlow. Frances Farlow. I Iary Farthing, Mary Frances Fletcher. Janet Forbes. Elizabeth Furr. Marion Gabriel. Dona Gantt, Ruth Gilbert, Betty Gerald. Betty Gwaltney. Zenna Halsey. Ethel Hannah, Joy Harris, Stella Hilder- brand, Rutiye Henson, Josephine Hoffman. Edna Holloway, Thelma Houser, Edith Howard, Mary Elizabeth Howard, Annie Mae Hnnter, ' ivian Johnson. Helen Jonas, Mary B. Knox, Evelyn Koontz, Janice Little, Josie Little, Mildred Little, Virginia Logan. Ruth Loven, Helen Lutz. Frances Lynch, Mary M. Mackie. Helen McDonald, Ann McLean, Winnie Sue McLean, Edith McMahan, Alma Moore. ' irginia Morris, Sara Orren. Hope Park, Ruth Parks. Georgia Parrish. Leata Payne, Rosa Lee Pendry, Faye Poovey. Ruth Poovey, Mary Carolyn Price. Margaret Pritchett, Elizabeth Putman. Sue Rathford. Martha Redwine. Alice Ragan, Helen Roberts, Kate Robinson. Sue Ruddock, Katie Jean Rowe, Pauline Sale, Florence Sanders. Ladeline Scroggs, Geneva Searcy, Fern Smith. Ruth Smith, Virginia Smith, Johnnie Speas, Ruth Stonestreet, Jean Singleton. Martha Slrouiie, Dorcas Sigmon. Inez Teeter. Virginia Toms. Loree Venal)le, Kathleen Vestal. Jean Warwick. Marga ' -et Washam. Henrietta Waddcll. Marguerite Webb, Elaine Wells. Jessie West, Ada Wilson, Mildred Whitworth. Page One Hundred Forty -three THE APPALACHIAN FORUM CLUB OFFICERS First Semester CLEO Jones President TERRHNCE MATTERN . . ' ke-Pres.idenl r V: f ■ ' ' ' I LORHNCE SANDERS , , Sem ' urL ■ ;-.s77 , i l.LOVD BARNETTE Treusurcr Second Semester r ' %-ir ♦ ■■•■:v - ' -4 - " - 4»i« FLORENCE SANDERS President " " « .»a ' t. -rtam HAL Bingham Vice-President JAMES Essie Secretary RUBV Mann Treasurer B . u. JM SjL V m ALICE ANTHONY J AST ' .- W MARY GENE BEAM LM - k Frances Canipe ■ Sv flH Rr t - Cl S ELENE Conner £ i i g 1 4 Marie Curcio fla ' Jtx M ttl BlI.I.Y Hedgepeth V 1 S L H ■ ' " " ' HOLLOWELL l fl " jj SARAH HUGHES ' " ■ ■if Jessie Lois Jones 0 jlP , . 3 RUTHPOOVEY ■ f I i W f I 1 r 1; Jl- AN STIREWALT • • ,. V -ft f ■ Frances Sutlief f J ■ " " « Phoebe Lou Shirley 4A ' .-«A ' , ' v M Ari-;ndall Warman ti £VJ l. • " asre One Hundred Forty-four INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS Frank Hendricks . President Pauline Sale . . ZENNA HALSEY . Vice-President BiLLV HEDGEPETH , Margaret English Corresponding Secretary DR. D. J. WHITENER Recording Secretary - . Treasurer Faculty Adviser Roll Elsie Barnett TOM Dougherty Edna Holloway Max Hovis Catherine Morris Faye Poovey Ruth Stonestreet Miles Annas Bill Clay David Thurman Claire Wall Virginia Beck William Killian terrence Mattern Ruth Orders Sue Ratchford Page One Hundred Forty five FORENSICS D bale Couihes J. D. Rankin. D. J. Whithner Onitory Cuach J. HAROLD Woi.n; Debaters : Tom Dougherty Ralph Rhvnolds Terrhncl Matti:rn Cecil Addhrholdt Sue Ratcmi-ori) I 1 11. 1 an sucgs Rhlba Harris Cli- ' o Joni-:s Ji-ssu- l.ois Jones Hal Bin(,ham Arendall Warman Orators : Tom Dolii,hi-k 1 V JUDiiii Jovni-:k SPEECH WINNERS Al ' l ' Al A( IIIAN rol ' KNAMl-:NT I RANK HlNDlilcK.S. .Siiulcnl ( haiinnin Tom DOUIIHI-RTV— first place, mens dcb.iting. .lUDlTH JOVNLR — firsl pl.icc. .iflcr dinner speak- ing for women. SUH RATCHFORD second place, direct clash de bate for women. South Atlantic Tournament JUi:)TTH JOVNHR — first place, women ' s oratory. Tom Dougherty — first place, mens oratory: second place formulating group opinion for men: second place, radio address reading. CLI-O Jones — first place, lormulating group opinion for women. Lillian Suggs — second place, alter dinner speaking for women: second place, problem solving for women. Sue RATCHEORD — second place, Miimilaling group discussion. .U DTI 11 Jo NLR won third place in the Peace Oratorical Contest. Miss Joyner was the third representative from Appalachian to win first place in women ' s oratory which entitles Appalachian to permanent posses sion of the trophy awarded by the South Atlantic Tournament for this contest. During the year Appalachian debaters took pan in more than 75 intercollegiate debates. Page One Hundred Forty-six STUDENT COUNCIL Senior Representatives: margaret english Joy Harris Lawrence Hornfeck JESS William Robertson Jack Ruffing Junior Representatives: Dorothy baumgardner Mary Dunn Eugene Groff James newmeyer Sophomore Representatives: Mary Black William Killian Freshman Representatives: John Eugene Stacy ALICE Elizabeth Gerald Caiherine Morris President of the Student Body Page One Hundred Forty-seven PLAYCRAFTERS OFFICERS Frank CRAYTON President PAULINE SALE Dona GANTT Vice-President ANTONIUS ANTONAKOS KATHERINE Johnson Director Secretary -Treasurer Director ROLL Etha Adams Esther Adams Margaret Alexander Flora Allen Leola Bame Katherine Beard Agnes Brite Barbara Brookshire Ruth Bolick Thelma Brown Gelene Coomes Mildred Cowan Helen Ross Cox Irma Carpenter Bertha Crouse Doris Crouse Lillian Crump Frank Craylon Wilma Dale Juanita Davis Jonnie Mae Davis Mary Dunn LaVelle Estes Katherine Eury Rebecca Forsythe Margaret Gilleland Florence Gwaltney Nadine Gragg Vernelle Gilliam Edith Hash Helen Hauss J. D. Hamilton Rheba Harris Helen Hodges Olive Howie Mary E. Howard Louise Hutchens Joy Johnson Hazel Kiser Nancy Lee Odell Leonard Fred Lowrance Mildred Little Ruby Mann Faye Miller Glendrid Mills Virginia Morris Alta Murray Lelia Neal Sara Orren Georgia Parrish Helen Peeler Joe Rice Juanita Saunders Pauline Sale Madeline Scrcggs James Storie Elizabeth South Jean Singleton Joyce Sutherland Virginia Toms Claire Wall Arcndall Warman i - M WHITE HALL CLUB F 1 H 1 ■■■» B n ■ ■ ' j B mjS 1 BbwBlC B KK P m V HB x j B l l mm B A B ' " " 5 t M ' - : ' -. 3- - J - " ' JLJi ' 2ll5 (? HBB flRSI HALI MARIH CUKCIO President Virginia Smith Vue-Pcesidem Kate Forbes Sixretaru -Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND HALE Mary Black President Ruby YODER Vice-President MARY M W ' msNANT Seerelary-Treasurer LOVILL CLUB First Hale RUBYE HENSON . President Mildred martin Vue-President Frances SUTLIFF Secretary-Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND HALF F:vKLYN KOONTZ President I.ORENE MELTON Vice-President Annabel Perry Secretary -Treasurer Page One Hundred Fitly DELTA PHI SIGMA Pedro Alvarez. Raymond Brady. Richard Campany. Claire Caskey. Gene Crow. Heber Eaker. Wilbur Franklin. Billy Hcdegpcth. Ben Hoskins. Clarence Ingram. Benjamin Jamison. Robert Jamison. Fred Lowrance. Edward Mcacbam. Gorman M ' cbael, Jack Nantz, Richard Pierce. W. L. Roberts. John Willett, C. I. . Williams. Horace Yount, Paul Yarborough. ALPHA LAMBDA SIGMA Hubert Hawkins. Blair Griffin. Heath Helms. Clyde Brown. Neil Evans. Cedric Hunter. Craig Hull, Raymond Johnson. Bill Killian. Ralph Newton. Sam Osborne. Elbert June Pratt. Leonard Scronce. John Stroud. Hugh Steclman. James Yoder. Frank Yoder. Joe Hoskins. Page One Hundred Filly-one LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Connie Archer. Marie Clark. Bi ' l Clay. Johnnie Mae Davis. Anastasia fiastridge. Vernelle Gilliam. Violet Graham. James David Hamilton, Ethel Hannah. Jack Hemrick. Stella Hildebrand, Sarah Hughes. Trances Jackson. CIco Jones. Josie Little. Mildred Lit:le. Virginia l.ogan. Frances Lynch. Lawson Matthews. Polly Mills. Catherine Morris. James Norris. Ruth Orders. Geneva Searcy, Rachel Spence. Kathleen Vestal, Claire Wall. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP ALLIANCE Margaret Alexander. Thelma Brown, Irma Carpenter. Marie Lpley. Mabel Farthing. Ruth Gilbert, Ailccn Green. Louise Hash. Vivian Johnson. Alice Joyce. Anne Martin. Helen Sherwood, Johnnie Spcas, Vena Spillman. Alta Tillcy. Kathleen Vestal. Claudine Warf. Hazel Wright. Page One Hundred Fifly-lwo YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Allen Bandy. Benjamin Jamison. Clifton Hill. Heber takers. Banard Harris. Thomas TurbyfiU. Loyd Barnelte, Wayne Miller, A. B. Barefoot. Hal Bingham. Gale Lemly, Ben Hoskins. Wi bur Fr::nklin. Meredith Duncan. Heath Duncan, hd Comer. Worth Wilson. Fred Lowrance. Cecil Adderholt. Ray Thomas. Hobert Perdue. Gene Stacy, Guy McCann. Joe Hoskins, G. R. Barefoot. Dr. Wiley Smith. B. S. U. COUNCIL Edna Holloway. Vernclle Gilliam. Marie Epley. Kate Robinson. Pauline Gilliam. Dorothy Atkinson. A. B. Barefoot. Ruth Orders. Loyd Barnjtte. Sara Orren. Elizabeth Beddingfield, Lucille Lackey. Wayne Miller. Virginia Toms. Claire Caskey. Phoebe Lou Shirley. Virginia Covington. Mr. H. R. Eggers, Mrs. C. F. McCoUum. Page One Hundred Fit ' iy-ihree HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Mary Carolyn l- ' ricc. Ruth Wagoner, CA ' cclia Harlow. AUic Mills. Carrie Brewer. Mabel I odd, Marie Halscy. Marjorie Douglas. Martha Culp. Dorothy Williams. Joyce Souther land. Ktta Lcc Triplctt, Neil Williams. Olive Howie. Margaret Carrithers. Jacqueline Everhart. Frances Whitncr, Arvita Stafford. Dola F-. Graybeal. Lclia Neal. Jewel Graham. Victoria Watts. Betty Gerald. Jane Ferabce. Elizabeth Brown. Frances Brine. Marie Welbourne. Alyce Russel. Edith Taylor, Hazel Jenkins. Greta Gene Grubbs. Wilda Sudderth. Eula Wilson. Juanita Baggctt. Jessie West, Billie Gambill. Patyrae Reeves, Marjorie Woodie, Inez Cook. Kathleen Jarvis. Helen Peeler, Annabel Perrv, Lillian Thompson, I.eoda Payne. BAND ' u( f Orif Hundrvd Fiflydtur FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB OFFICERS BRUCE DAVIS President FRED LOWRANCE Vice-President MRS. Rhea Secretary-Treasurer Roll: Edith Taylor. Dorcas Sigmon. Margaret Pntchett. Gladys Pritchett. Avolene Bowles. Lois Wiseman. Pearl Devine. Margaret McKnight. Mary Mildred Mackie. LaVellc Fstes. Stanley Cole. Bruce Davis. Fred Lowrancc. Gene Stacy, Mabel Farthing. David Kirkham. Heber Eaker. Nancy Watson. Carolyn Earnhardt. Virginia Toms. Foile McLaughlin. Lcnora Spence r. Harold Mast. Benny Jamison, Rosetta Rhea. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Personnel ot the Choir: Leonard Eury. Rubye White. Mildred Earl. Sara Orrcn. Lillian Abrams, Elizabeth Ellis, Elizabeth Beddingficld, Virginia Wary, Vivian Johnson, Katharine H. Johnson. Mrs. Elma King. Iva Spillman. Harold Fritz. Sam Osborne. Harry Barfield. Mary Martin Whisnant. Burcn Whisnant. Nadine Gragg. J. C. Helms. Ruth Orders. C. W. Williams. Kathryn Jenkins, Julian Gault, Eva Bingham. Frank Yoder. Marion White. Blair Griffin, Page One Hundred li ly-live Appalachian Staff In A Serious Mood PUBLICATIONS THE 1941 RHODODENDRON STAFF Raymond Brady Business Manager Vanci HowiiLL Faculiu Adviser Page One Hundred I- illy eight Banard Harris Ernest Ervin James Storie Robert Jamison Associate liditor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manacier EouisH McCrkady Dona Gantt Tom Dougherty JACK Nantz jean warwick Virginia Morris Munuitmg Editor Organization Editor Managing Editor Athletic Editor Athletic Editor . - Class Editor Claikh Wall . Harry Barfilld Benjamin Jamison Sara Orren , Elaine Wells Josephine Nichols Class Editor Class Editor Class Editor Editorial Assistant Editorial Assistant Editorial Assistant Page One Hundred Fit ty-riine THE APPALACHIAN STAFF Max Hovis Edilorin-Chief Clarhnch Ingram Business Manager CAIHl.RiNl-. MOKRiS Reporlir VIRGINIA Beck Reporter Cleo Jones Reporter Bill Killian Reporter Dr. D J. WhitHNER Faculty Adviser Miles Annas Spurls EdiUif Margaret English Associate Editor Billy Hedgepeth Circulation Manager Miller Wrenn Advertising Manager PAULINE SALE Manaqmq Editor JACK Nantz Assistant Sports Editor Hugh Daniels Sports Reporter WARREN Austin , . Circulation Stall Rex Gordon Sports Reporter Aubrey Payne Circulation Page One Hundred Sixty-one THE APPALACHIAN PLAYBILL Tom Wright I ' .ditor-in-Chief Mary Doris Wright Manac tng Editor Antonius Antonakos Faculty Adviser Mrs. Cullen Johnson Faculty Adviser Ruth Isaacs Columnist Judith Joynhr Columnist Technical Staff: John RaNSOM. Gail Ci.AV. Mary Lib Douglas BOOK V FEATUnES Mj ijtu Qtmi UiA( ilini. SuuilSaKunik Mm. 1 .dW MWte i(:tli 9lf Uuui O0t(rflM|B uui ayM« w am w wr i ■—- 1 L -A i1 fh I " ; 11 PilCW ' . ' ♦ V Kilill4l CCKT [ ♦. I ' TM ' j! ! ! ' e i - • ' I: . SUPERLATIVES AND SPONSORS ERNEST ERVIN Most Handsome LAWRENCE HORNFECK Most Versatile CLARENCE INGRAM Most Interesting MAX HOVIS Most Likely to Succeed RAYMOND BRADY Most friendly PERSONALITIES CATHERINE MORRIS Most Intellectual GENEVA GOODMAN Best Athlete ERNIE SAFRIT Best Athlete ZENNA HALSEY Most Attractive AMONG SENIORS zytftiss ( Appalachian CATHERINE MORRIS ciy r. ( Appalachian LAWRENCE HORNFECK I L ' ' %- V ■■ cM ost Valuable Woman DONA GANTT ci ost Valuable z an MAX HOVIS c ost n o pillar ' DOROTHY GRIFFITH MRS. FRANK HENDRICKS Sponsor Editor Rhododendron MRS. C. R. BRADY Sponsor Business Manager Rhododendron MISS PAULINE SALE Sponsor Editor The Appalachian MRS. J. P. INGRAM Sponsor Business Manager The Appalachian MISS MARY DORIS WRIGHT Sponsor Editor Playbill •% MISS LOIS MAE TURNER Sponsor President Senior Class r i ill II MRS. EARL HUTCHENS Sponsor President Junior Class MRS. CHARLES HORNFECK Sponsor President Sophomore Class MRS. STARR N. STACY Sponsor President Freshman Class Having fun Doc? " High on the Windy Hill. " Another dead joke from the Hiddenite play boy She couldn ' t be that bad Babe Dougherty at the bat . . . ' ?????? Eight o ' clock — Psychiology-ho-hum You ain ' t leaving are you, Doctor . .Now smile. . Dr. ' Wolfe. . . Coach Feathers . Slightly out of place here. First and ten A mighty man was he. , Dan ' l. Dog, Gun . Rah! rah I rah!. . .Appala- chian sports parade. Grace and beauty? . Grunt and Groan. Mostly grunt. . .Leg show. . . Men. . Getting hot for Elon. A bedroom in the home economics building Fashions on parade. . Sewing laboratory. . A way to a man ' s stomach Cooking laboratory. Scoutmaster Brady faces a cold reception. . Love birds in snow. . . " What ' s your name young lady? " . . .Kampus Kids. .Hobo and hobo-et. . .Editor Hov is presents . .A settin ' and a thinkin ' .The Thinker. .Freshmen snake dance. . Tea for little sister. . The end. . .The Ugly Duckling. .Homecoming. . .You lucky dog. . . " We are the Mountaineers, Mountaineers. " J Complinjcnts of B. W. S FALLINGS " Y our College Jeweler " BOONE. N. C. . Watches Diamonds JnwFi.RY THE ELITE SHOP Complete Men ' s and Young Men ' s Furnishings and Shoes (Sec the latest ' Campus Styles) ladies PARIS FASEhON. CONNIES NATURAL POISE ANd aCQUEIINL R. A. MANSHIP. Prop Boone, N, C, ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY WIRING SUPPLIES— FIXTURES JOBBERS DISTRIBUTORS i= " s ' »■ 16-18 Commerce Street ASHEVILLE.N. C. Service Quality Compltmcnls of NOLAND COMPANY, INC. WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Plumbing, Heating and Mill Supplies Reliability w r lERN AUTO Aip yCIATE STORE J. C. CLINE, Ou ' ner Boone. N. C. pATEWA Y CAFE Western Carolina ' s [ ' mest M Western tbone steaks I COUN ' TRY HAM COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE I TvlR. AND Mrs. G. C. Greene, Prop. Page One Hundred Ninety I CAROLINA PHARMACY, Your Drug Store PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 47 The Key-O-File System . . is now used by this institution to care for its keys. Fits Standard File-Cabinets, in 3 Sizes. f J.IJ . ' U!!. ■ ' S ' , :S !| i® !S!ll!iS!li!lJliiJ i iSJlffii iSJlSiS ' ' i lii L] ' J i!5:iiffl!i£i - c ; e 3to « 3te e A :7=io Thta Sue tor Letter-File Drawer P. O. Box Hi SW. NXANOA. N. C. In the swim . . . spectators speculating on the spectacle . . . these guys had a full page last year. A. S. T. C. Book Store " Students Headquarters " SOFT DRINKS COLLEGE SEAL JEWELRY AND PENNANTS The Men ' s Shop A complete stock of nationally known merchandise. Selected for the " well dressed man. " Griffon and Royal Art Si lits. Florsheim and Freeman Shoes Dobbs and Varsity Club Hats. Arrow and Wings Sh Bradley and Rugby Sweaters irts. PREVETTE ' S MEN ' S SHOP R. F. McDADE. Mgr. Phone 162 Boone. N. c. HARRISON ' S ESSO SERVICE Cmrtphete " OneSfop Service Main Street V (A ' Phone 9 1 05 BOONE, N. C l Page One Hundred Ninety-one Meet Your [ricnds At The Appalachian Soda Shop Boone. N. C. Compliments of Pearce-Youn(; Anc.fl Co., Inc. ASHEVILLt-:. N. C. Is It the Ballet dc Russe: ' ... in the Spring a young man ' s fancy turns. ' ' . ' ' .■■ ? . . . how romantic. Compliments of GENERAL SHALE PRODUCTS CORPORATION General Sales Offices JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE Manulactuiers of Artistic Facinc; Brick — Common Brick Hollow Building Till and " Sphhdbrik " Page One Hundred Ninety- tivo k WATAUGA derIocrat ESTABLISHED 1888 Belk-White Company Boone, N. C. .5 r i ij ' SMITHEY ' S DEPT. STORE Boone ' s Largest New DaMight Store Dky Goods, Groceries, Feeds POULTRV XJAsaLINE AND OILS VISIT OUR LUNCH ROOM All Sandwiches 5c Coffee Free Compliments of FARMERS HARDWARE CO., Inc EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE AND ASSOCIATE LINES BOONE. N. C. Page One Hundred Nmely-three TENDER SELEcrq " The HAM delicious " A Taste Will Win Your Favor SELECTQ The BACON delicious " A Rich. Tender. Dclcci.iblc Flavor All Its Own f HERFF-JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY. GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS. MEDALS. CUPS AND TROPHIES Indianapolis. Indiana Jewelers to Appalachian Stale Teachers College O. E. Bass. Representative T TENNESSEE FRIEND f Just plain rasslin ' . . . the Four Horsemen. Watauga Dress Tot Stioppe JAMES O. Cook. I ' rop. Phone 195 BOONE. N. C. " A complete Fine of smart rc.idy to- wear " Toys. Gifts and Clohiinc FOR THE Baby " The Home of Belter Dresses " I)ai iikl Boonh - Shoi: Shop Chakles C. Rogers, Prop. Page One Hundred Nmely. four l r doll Q. Tl f Co ' - ' «»SSii(fcjgii ' V .; Cute little girl . . . the return of Flash Gordon. Boone Body Shop " Complete Body and Frame Service " Fisher Sims. Prop. lOO ' l FOR APPALACHIAN Crest 5-10-25c Store Boone ' s Modern Dime Store FRIENDLY SERVICE QUALITY MERCHANDISE REIN ' S-STURDIVANT BOONE. N. C. PHONE 24 AMBULANCE SERVICE NORTH WILKESBORO SPARTA WEST JEFFERSON DANIEL BOONE c .; ' .- " -: HOTEL " In the Heart of the Mountains ParkiL ' ay " of the Blue Ridge Elevation 3333 Feet 1 C. A . Price. Assistant Manager Z A A , . BOONE, N. C. Mayflower Beauty Shop 5t ' £ ' us f aJXj ur Beauty i ' eeds Grace Honevcutt. Prop. B.arnett ' s Grosery FANCYlewSCERIES. FRUITS " D VEGETABLES CHOICE WESTERN MEATS DehL Ty Service Phone 1 5 6 J ? % Page One Hundred Ninety-five Compliments of Boone Dru(; .Co. ' " [ ' he Rexall Store " Phone 1 7 G. K, ModsF, Manui er Parkway Co. Hardware Electrical Appijanchs Radio rvice Boone, N. C. ■ Carolina Cafe Hotel " Boone ' s Finest " Fried Spring Chicky n Country Ham- T-Bone Steaks Our Specially Mii.Tox Young. Munai er Boone Trail Cafe Grade " A " Institution ' ou ' re Alu. ' ays Welcome Tom b. Redmond Class of ' 35 GO PLACES SEE THINGS DO THINGS Safe - Economical • Comfortable Reliable QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY " Queen of the South " WALKKR ' S JHWHLRY STORE WATCHES. DIAMONDS. RINGS. AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Appalachian Slate Teachers College SUulenls Always Welcome Page One Hundred Nmely-six A APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Boone, North Carolina . Devoted Exclusively to Teacher Training for Public Education in the South Specialization in Observation Work ULL SUMMER QUARTER THIS AND THAT! Page One Hundred Ninety-seven The PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK in this annual was made by DUNBAR S TUD I D CHARLOTTE NORTH CAROLINA Specialists in Annuals - •jSiS ' ' ' ' ?- " - ' ' ' ' - ' ' OBSEAVEIl o NTlV HOUSE

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Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1


Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1


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