Central High School - Pemican Yearbook (High Point, NC)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 182 of the 1948 volume:
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.pt i I I c
by the yearbook starI'
under the direetion of
Betty jo Ring,
Business Manager, and
Miss Dorothy Hollar,
It was a produetion
the SICNIOR CLASS
of 1948 at
IIICIH POINT IIICIII SCHOOL
at High Point, North Carolina
with photography by Wbotten-MouIton,
Ifngravings by jahn and Ullier Ifngraving Co.
Printing by Edwards and Broughton Company
and covers by Kingserafit
High Point High School today offwcrs
the .lm-sr 'in cducnlrionnl opporrunirics. 4 8
Fa:-4 EQl:!! at L-fs!! as
H I G H P O IN T
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t starteh with the spirit which leh the city
fathers in 1859 to allot 520 for a log school house, anh has
continuch until tohap, when ifaigh iBoint may point prouhlp to
her crowning achiehement in ehucation xx a beautiful,
5750.000 senior high school builhing, openeh in 1927.
although the first graheh
-9 school was not openeh until
September 20, 1897, we finh that long
before, the neeh for ehucation hah tnahe
itself felt. Qfter that first log cabin came
a succession of schools. These were out
anh out subscription schools, but in
1870, Zfaigh 1Boint coulh boast of a so-
calleh "free School." where the "free"
part came in, we cannot tell, since this happeneh to be a 920-a-
month, three:-monthsa-pear affair. X N X N N X X NFXXXX
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ALTHOUGH it hah been felt in harping hegrees in former
pears, the neeh for a public school reallp starteh the ball rolling
in 1894. 31. ftilwooh Tux, who hah built a spacious home arounh
that time on the site of the present post office, was willing to
sell it to the citp for use as a school. Zllipon this offer, "an
election was helh on a 910,000 bonh issue. This split the citp
intotwo factions: those in fabor anh those opposeh, not so mush
tothe, school, as to the citp's buping mc, Tox's "white ele:
phantI" Some eben opposeh the issue on the grounhs that
was "communistic," since the gobernment woulh be creating
competition for the prihate schools in the bicinitp. The measure
was hefeateh. N N NN NNNN N NN NNNNNN 5NXX
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oratorp combineh with an all
out bribe bp the "QEnterprise"'
won out, anh the issue waspasseo in l887.AU1Che school
openeh with nine grahes, a facultp of twelbe, inclubing the su-
perintenoent, Mr. Qeorge IE. Crowell, anh the principal, Mr.
Giobb IE. lane, ano an enrollment ot 386. The first grahuation
took place in 1898 with a class of four, consisting of Miss
Qstelle Qiurlep, Bliss Bea-rl ilhol, Miss he stuhent
Qha Jlilpers, anh Mr. Qlbin Sv. Barber. in those
haps hah somewhat the same curriculum as the present hay
scholar, with the exception of music anh inoustrial arts. These
oepartments were introouceh later anh habe become outstanoing
in the past hecahe. Bur school. is saih to habe the best equippeh
shop in the state, while music, after its comeback following
the Depression, has become a' crehit subject as well as a
creoit to the m-,king backat the last fiftp pears, we
community. see that 'the bepnote then was prog:
ress. we must, as future citigens, upholh that spirit so that
at the enh of the next fiftp pears Ztaigh 1Boint will habe gone to
the herp top in the fielh of ehucationQ x x x x x x x xxxx
this book to the great spirit of progress through education, which during
these past fifty years has transformed our schools from the frame build-
ing of 1897 into the great institution which it is todayg and through
these pages express the hope that this spirit will never die, but will live
on to increase in richness and power, nourished by those men and women
who have seen and felt the benefit of a school for which they will al-
ways hold fond memories and a great deal ofpride. A long way it has
come and a long way it has to go. ln fifty years from what sort of
school system will the students ofHigh Point High School look back to
us? life cannot safely forecast the future of education because we can-
not realize fully the potential strength of a truly great system. At any
rate, we may be sure that it will ever advance forward from mark to
mark along the way to perfection.
On these leaves have been transcribed the
records, the etliorts, and the activities of the
1947-+8 student body and administration. These
records, we hope, will be exemplary of the
past fifty years and will be an incentive to the
next fifty and so on, urging each class to estab-
lish a slightly higher goal for those who will
follow. lVhat better means could there be to
keep the leaves of the book of knowledge for-
ever turning? The young men and women of'
today are the oils to be used in the burning lamp
oflife whose light eternally creeps along slowly
but steadily, revealing that part of this world's
natural truths as yet unfathomed by those who
have gone before us.
Knowledge is real, the supply is unlimited,
so we must realize that the lack of it is povertyg
the desire for it, opportunityg the persuance of
it, adventureg and the possession of it, success.
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by the Editor
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The staff of the 1948 PEMICAN, knowing that educa-
tion is now the basis of human progress and that a new
awakening and interest has arisen in this field, has chosen
to make this, the fourth issue of the PEMICAN, an an-
niversary edition. We desire not only to mark fifty-
years of progress in our city's educational system, but
to create in us the incentive to accomplish as much in the
future as in the past by holding on to the memories, and
dreams and aspirations of our youth.
Therefore we ask that you look upon this, your annual,
as a treasure-chest holding the precious memories of your
happy, carefree days at High Point High School.
Bound in these pages is the story of one year of happy
learning, in the years to come may it hold for you the
cherished memories that it may now suggest to your
mothers and fathers.
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High Point's first public school, the j. lflwood Cox home to which the pictured right wing was added, stood on the
present site of the post ofhcc building.
of this volume
l. 1' aculty, ........ .
2. General Of1iee. , .,.. . .
3. Student Government .,... .
1. Senior Class.
XYho's W'ho. . .
junior Class, ,.
5. Sophomore Class.
o. lfresliman Class.
2. Honor Society, . . . . .
3. Beta Club ..... .
-1. Key Club .... .
5. The Pointer .....,,. .
6. Masque and Gavel .,.. . .
7. Y-Teens ........... .
8. Forensic League. . . ,
9. Monogram Club. . , .
IO. lfuturc Homcmakers. . . .
11 Music Department ....
1. lfootball. . ,
2. Basketball. , .
3. Girls' Gym,.
-1. Boys' Gym. . .
.. Baseball. ,. .
6. Cheerleaders. .
7. Tennis. ,.
8. Track. ..
9. Xvrestling ....
1. 'lihose Hvho Served.
2. Plays ........ . .
3. Proms. ,. . .
SflldL'l1fS today lrcl1cf:lt from ll fully cxpcricnccd fllculry and SCH-g0VCI'l1IUL'I1l'
school, today as fifty years
ago, is a lighthouse, throwing
its beams of learning upon all
whom it can reach. Although
the mode of teaching has
changed, student participation
has increased, enrollment has
been enlarged, and the curricu-
lum expanded, school itselfhas
not changed in spirit. lt will
always remain the same as we
knew it, a place where the
principle pastime is the per-
suit of knowledge as a road to
TIE A DMINISTRATION
Mr. Charles F. Carroll, superintendent ofthe city schools,
has won, by his simple dignity, admiration from both parents
Mr. Charles F. Carroll, our superintendent, is a
versatile, friendly person, ready to give of his time
to those who wish to consult him. Since he began
his administration in March, 1937, a great many
marked inprovements have taken place in the High
Point High School. Mr. Carroll, who was a
varsity man at Trinity College, likes anything per-
taining to sports, but is especially partial to golf.
He is also prominent in community life, being a
past president of the Rotary Club. In addition to
these and other varied activities, our superintendent
is best- known as a public speaker.
Miss Anna Mendenhall can certainly have it
said of her that she has served the school to the
best of her abilities. From teaching algebra three
periods a day to fulfilling the duties of girls' dean
and general counselor, she has more than enough to
keep her busy. She is the one to whom students
turn when, during the course of the school year,
they iind that they need advice or have some prob-
lem connected with school activities. They are
never disappointed, because one of her greatest joys
is helping students make good.
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Miss Anna Mendenhall, girls dean, holds the respect of every student in that she is con- 1
sidered teacher, counselor, and friend.
Mr. D. P. VVhitlcy, our principal, has a record
of over ten year's service at High Point High
School. During this time he has become a popular
figure with both students and faculty by his helpful,
sympathetic attitude. 'Although he is an extremely
active man, he is never too busy to work on any
student problem, no matter how small. lr is
this interest in school activities which has made
H.P.H.S. one of the Hnest in the state. These
have surely been successful years under his guidance.
Mr. Nile F. Hunt, student counselor, is one of
the newest and most popular additions to the faculty
of High Point High. VVhen at some time during
our school career, most of us lind that we arc con-
fronted with problems pertaining to our school cur-
riculum, he will gladly help us meet and overcome
them. By thus pleasantly assisting students, he
has won the esteem of all who come in contact
with him. Although he spends much of his time
exercising his duties of student counselor, Nlr.
Hunt is also a capable shop instructor.
Nlr. D. P. Whitley. our principal. is a favorite among
students for his congeiiial method of supervision.
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i r. Nile 1. Hunt, than of boys, claims tne estetui of cxery student through his sincere
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A4188 ML'RIEI. BUIJVINKLE, English
MR. A. R. c:ARR, Industrial Arts
Mlss ANNIE CRILSS, Business Education
MR. CIARII QiRONS'I'liD'l', Choir
MIss VIRGINIA FRANK, Orchestra
M155 RU'l'H CIOODIWAN, English
MRS. CILARA PAIIE IPIARRISON, English
AARS. KALOPIA HARRISON, Librarian
A4185 LOUISA T'IA'lkCH, History, English
MR. FIULIAN VV. HIeI.IvIs, Band
lxqll. IMIARRY If. HIQNIJRIKIK, Business Education
A4185 LIENEVA HIliHIfll.l., English
MIss DOROTHY HoLI,AR, History
Nik. ADOLPH l'IONEYCUT'lA, History, Seiente
MRS. LIIJIE P. HOR'l'0N, Home Eeononzies
' R. NILE I". HL'N'I', Industrial Arts
g S MISS LOUISE HUN'14ER, Nluth
A1155 lX4ARY IjI.I.A INGRANI, Home Economies
MR. CU'l'HBLlR'l' ISIIIER, Seienee, Jlath
MRS. lNAE'l'TA -IACRSON, Cafeteria .
M155 ELIZABETH LINDSAY, History
First rofw, left za right: Mr. Lloyd Lowdcr, Matllg Miss Laura Melnnis, Hibleg Miss Anna Mendenhall, Matllg Miss May
Meador, Historyg Miss lfmma Milling, Stiemeg Miss lda Nance, Business lfdzlmtiwl.
Second rofw, left tn right: Miss Edna Nicholson, Englishg Mrs. Nancy K. Poston, l.ihmrii1r1g Mr. Lyman Prior. llistaryg
Mrs. Leila B. Rogers, Fffllfhf Mr. Henry T. Rohde, illatll, Sciemeg Mrs. lflossic Shaw, xllutll.
Third row, lefl to right: Sgt. Frank Shields, Driver Tminingq Mr. lidwin A. Shugart. lfnglixllg Mr. A. Simeon, Phyxifal
lfdumriong Miss Rose Smith, Scienceg Mrs. Lyda P. Sowcrs, .llarllg Miss Ann Upchurch, Pllysiml Edumtion.
1911111111 roms, left to rigllf: Mr. Ralph H. Vance, llirersijied Ufrlfjmrinrlxg Mr. YV. K. Whiresell, IllrlllXf7lc1lATI.Yf Mrs. Vera
Davis lValden, laifing Miss Gladys Watson, 1fI14Lfll.Tll,' Miss Catherine Whitcncr. illalfllj Mrs. Ruth Vlilliams, Srimfe
Miss lfleanor Young. lfnglixll.
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Nlrs. .lohnsic jackson, school sccrctary, rcndcrs dscrvicc
with a suulc to tht- cntirc studcnt body and faculty.
Mrs. 'Tal' .Toy
Un prcccding pagcs wc havc rcad olithc found-
ing' oliour high school. Uncc lioundcd, howcvcr,
a school must bc kcpt running sinoothlyg this
is thc duty ol' our school sccrctary, Mrs. .lohnsic
Uakcs jackson, and her statli.
Most studcnts do not rcalizc how much work
is involvcd in kccping thc inain hub of l l.P.H.S.
opcrating, iliwclvc compctcnt girls and onc boy
arc constantly answcring' thc phonc, issuing
textbooks, filing rccord cards, and pcrliorming
similar dutics for Nlrs. jackson, who says that
without them shc would bc lost and tht- school
would probably bc complctcly out ol' ordcr.
As for what thcy think of L',lohnsic" . . . all
agrcc that with hcr constant good humor and
fricndlincss, it is a plcasurc to work for hcr.
Twp lrjff: Xlailinan licst dcliycrs thc goods to Xlrs. ilicaguc in thc gcucral orlicc. Top riglif: Bctty ,lo llcdrick making
a check on activity cards in thc hub of school actiyitics, thc gcncral orlicc. lfollowf uxlrs. 'I2lL'liSOI1iS ioysnwho assist
her in thc gcncral ollicc arc, lrjfir fn right. .vmt1'ii.' lit-tty Suu Ciolctranc. Parry Kcziah. and Hctty .Io llcdrick. Sfillliifllxk'
lfjfl to right: Sarah Shaw, liathcriuc Hcstcr, .Nlaxinc lfarloyx, Suxannc lfarnhardt. Nlicky Xlarsh, Patsy Clodlcltcr.
Betsy Bolling, Barbara Xlabrcy, Bc-tty Fayc Hcdgccock, and Gladys Linthicuin.
Of the People
Setting as its first aim to arouse school spirit,
the student government, headed by president
Charles lVlcConkey and vice-president Betty jo
Hedrick, started the new school year with vigor
The lower house, composed of representa-
tives, from each home room raised its status
iinancially by selling school pennants and foot-
ball badges and sponsoring a talent show as well
as out of town programs. The funds raised
helped send delegates Charles Simmons, jackie
Meelcins, and Charles lVlcConlcey to the liliza-
beth City State Student Council Congress held
in the early fall and joe Aaron and Charles
McConkcy with the upper house sponsor Miss
Louise Hunter to the National Student Congress
Convention in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The lower house published for the first time
in its history monthly bulletins that acquainted
students with issues presented at the regular
Monday morning meetings.
The annual social standards conference held
in the spring which wound up student government
activities for the year was a memorable success.
Charles McConkey, presidenr of the srudent body,
with scintillating personality and determination, led
the school through another successful year.
lfffeetual upper house members who performed student council activities with tip-top etheiency are,jir.rf ro-13, lzjfr rn riglll:
Betty jo Hedrick, Gordie Maxwell, joyce Kearns, jackie Nleekins, and Gladys Hall. St'L'lllId rn-ir, Iejfr to right: l'red
Farmer, Charles .XlcConkey, and joe Aaron.
Representatives ro rlie lower house iire, Irjfl m l'fAQ1IY,.fiI'.Yf rms: Betty .lu Hedrick, Sara Barrier, Clam .Xlae Yiirlioruugli,
Rebecca Autry, Ann Hunts, Clarlene lizineer, -lane Clizunelin, Patsy Bane. and Iiiirlmra George. Srmzzif mug lfjff tu riglll:
llelen Lyon, .Xliixine l'lirlow. Cfliirizinn Massey. Kzirlierine Hester. Plialu Perkiiis,XYniidn Kindley. Barlura Steele. Pair
Blair. Berry -In Snider, and 'loyee l7.ixi'l4ins. Tllim' mit. lejff to right: Dixie Henderson. ,lininiy Ciuinuii. Klux Nilsuii,
Dun Nlq-Neill, -lininiy Cireeiiiiiiy, Ci.irlgunl Wlunpler, ,lzunus Sliiydoii. lluiiiild Logan, lm lninnl. liiirlmrni l,uu'e, Piiul
lfrieiliiiiui. liill Craig. :Xlvis lfnnis. Yeriiun 'Iliylor. lienr jueksnii. Charles Sinunons, Grady .-Xiillersnii, johnny Rziper, ,lull
Ruth. Ray lliiywnrrli. and Bill Ring.
For the People
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l li Betty jo Hedrick, vice-president oftlie student lmmly
" and Speaker of the House, not on the job, for ii
Schoolrooms today have thc best in modern facilities
rogressing from emphasis on
administration to more in-
dividual freedom, the public
school today has steadily ad-
vanced from a formal institu-
tion to a Hproving groundl' for
democracy. The portraits on
the following pages symbolize
the greatest natural resource
any nation may hold, in that
youth is thc clay which is to
be molded into a classic statue,
serving as a pillar for our demo-
cratic form of government.
f -iior class ollieers are iiialtiiig merry with president 'Iud Ruth plinking the ixories as lxeuneth lugiraiii. vice-president.
liarbarii George. secretary. and 'Iuue Smith. treasurer "give a little rhvrhiii.
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'lihe senior class ol' 19-LX, the titty-first to gradu- V lg ,Z K
ate in the history of ll.P.ll.S., has certainly lived
up to the standards set by its predecessors.
XYirli adviser Ralph Yance, an early start was
made with the tiorniation of an executive board
from whose slate the following class ollicers were
elected: president, -ludson Ruthg vice-president,
Kenneth lngranig secretary, Barbara Ceorgeg and
treasurer, june Smith. lfollowing class elections,
Sharon lfinch, niece of Richard Crowder, was
chosen class inascot.
Other activities of the class were to select
sixteen superlativcs. and choose fifteen seniors to
take the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship examination.
We were particularly proud of Dick Davenport.
lnternational vice-president of' the Key Club, and
Dollv lledgecock for her work with the state and
national 4ll Club. We were also envious of
Charles ,NlcConkev and ,loc .-Xaron, who went to a
student council convention in lexas and Mexico, as
well as Betty .Io Ring, who attended the National
Scholastic Press Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
Bouquets are also due to the fifteen seniors who
were honored by having a biographical sketch in
the I9-L8 Iligli Srlmn! RrAQ'i.i'ff'l'.
"'l'iuv but tops" little Sharon l"iuch swayed the hearts
of senior class uieiubers to beeome iiiagqm,
ISO3 IC. Green Street
Upper House Treasurer 4, Pepsi-
Cola Scholarship Candidate -lg
Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Rey
Club -lg lfire Drill Committee -I-g
Soil Conservation Contest 3:
World Government Contest 35
'liennis 3, ul Speak for Democ-
racy" Contest -lg National Honor
70+ Nlorris Street
Woodrow Wilson High School
l, 2g lraek Team 3, Latin
-l-2+ Royal Oak Avenue
Amateur Show Z. -lg Class 'l'reas-
urer lg junior Varsity lfootball
lz Choir -l-.
5I-l- N. Hamilton Street
A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Masque and
Gavel 3, -l-g Class Play Com-
mittee 3, Dean's Staff -lglforensie
League 3, Marshal 34 FHA
Club 3g Beta Club -lg National
Honor Society 4, Home Room
A Vivmx BAISEY
Route No. I
A Cappella l, 2, 3, -l, Librarain
4, .llf'sxii1l1 Chorus Z, 3, 4, Wel-
come Committee 4.
409 Montlieu Avenue
Curry High School, Greensboro
I, 2, gl Class Treasurer 2g Class
Play Committee 3g Class Vice-
President 3g Prom Committee 3.
300 Walker Street
Lower House -lg Key Club -lg
Track 'lieam 3, -lg junior Varsity
Basketball 3g Varsity Basketball
45 Fire Drill Committee 4g Home
Room Chairman 2.
1 I 37 Montlieu Avenue
Home Room Chairman 2, 4,
lure Drill Comnnttee -lg Latin
210 Ward Street
Varsity Football 4
Route No. 3
Alasque and Gavel 3, 4, lforensie
League 3, 4, Class Play Cast 3g
gllexsiilll Chorus 2, Christmas
Play, Student Director 35
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Route No. 3
Home Room Secretary 4g Parade
Committee 4g VVeleommg Com-
clll.'XRl.l-IS lf. llmtrrzitiutv
1305 'lliissell Street
1204 johnson Street
VVeleoming iConimittce'4g Senior
Superlative 4g labrary Assis-
Route No. l
213 Steele Street
Asheville High School l, 2, 3.
409 Smith Street
lWex.til1h Chorus 3, 49 Library
Assistant Zg A Cappella Choir 4.
l20-l- johnson Street
Welcoming Committee 4g Home
Room lreusurer 3g Senior Super-
latlve 43 Dean's Stall Z.
I7 l 3 Welhorn Street
404 Montlieu Avenue
Darkroom 2g Sports lfditor Poinrer
33 Manager Varsity Football 33
Monogram Club 3, 4g illfxsiah
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Athletic Otliee 4.
Biirsv Rein l5ol.l.lNo
405 Steele Street
Library Assistant 2g Band 1, 2, 3g
Masque and Gavel-3g Y-Teens
37, 43 General Othee Stall 45
Christmas Play 4.
Top roar, lrjft to right:
Route No. 2, Trinity, N. C
Forensic League 2.
205 Turner Street
Home Room Vice-President 4, Band 2, Prom Committee
25 Hi-Y 45 Key Club 3, 4, President 45 Lower House 3.
603 Granby Street
Route No. 4
Warren H. VVilson Junior College 1.
BRUCE BRAY, JR.
Band 2, 35 Class Play Committee 35 Prom Committee 2.
Bottom rms, left to right:
201 YV Ray Street
Orchestra 1, 25 Choir 35 Student Store 4.
917 Putnam Avenue
Prom Committee 2, Senior lixeeutive Board 45 lfleetion
Committee 4. -
228 NV. Russell Street
Welcoming Committee 25 Dean's Staff 45 Prom Com-
121 Taylor Street
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 Varsity Softball
1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 35 GAA Cabinet Member
3, 45 Varsity Monograms KHP, NC, 3 stars 2, 355 State
Pin 45 State All-Star Shortstop 3, 45 Senior Superlative 45
State Softball Association 2, 3, 4.
703 Lindsay Street
Choir 25 Girl Scouts 2.
Sv t if '.
Top row, Iefz to right:
Route No. 1, Thomasville, N. C.
Track Team Z, 3.
1003 Campbell Street
Route No. 3
Trinity 1g Prom Committee 2g Class Play Committee 35
Lower House Zg A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g Home Room
Secretary 35 Christmas Play Cast 1.
Route No. 5
Bi-:r'rY Lou BYRD
716 Montlieu Avenue
Basketball 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, Zg Ring Tennis lg Volley-
ball Team 15 Monogram 1, Zg Class Play Committee 3.
Bottom row, left to right:
Route No. 2, Trinity, N. C.
Trinity High School 1, 2g Glee Club 1, Z.
816 Magnolia Court
Class Treasurer 4g Senior Executive Board 45 Hi-Y Zg
PEMICAN Sports -Editor 4, 5g Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Cap-
tain 55 All-Conference 53 American Business Club Most
Valuable Lineman 5g Basketball 35 Track 33 Senior Super-
lative 4, Sg Marshal 35 Voted most valuable player by
football team 5.
807 YV. College Drive
junior Varsity Football 1, Z3 junior Varsity Basketball
2, 35 Varsity Track Z, 3, 4g Monogram Club 4.
411 Smith Street
VVelcoming Committee Zg lJean's Otlqee 43 Home Room
I GLEN clASXVEI.I.
307 Montlieu Avenue
Projection Booth 2.
705 Sunset Drive
Home Room Treasurer 4g Class
Play Committee 35 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4g
PICMICAN Business Staff 2. Dean's
Staff lg Library Assistant lg
VVar Bond Committee lg Ama-
teur Show 23 Band I, 2, 3, 4g
Choir -1-g Orchestra 4.
402 South Street
Home Room Secretary 3. Vice
Xxl-KNDA ALRNE CHATHAM
1502 Franklin Street
Girl Scouts Z, 3, 4.
824 XY Green Street
ll 15 Ward Street
Beta Club 4.
417 lf. Washington Street
Masque and Gavel 3, 4g Beta Club
3, 43 Marshal 3g Dean's Office 4g
High School Regisirr 4g Senior
Superlatives 4g Girls Baseball
Team 2. 5. Manager 3, Paintrr
Staff, Girls Sports Vliriter Zg
Class Play Committee 35 Library
Assistant 3, 43 PepsifCola Schol-
arship Candidate 4g Library Con-
vention Delegate 4g National
Honor Soeiety 4.
Hiram FAYR CIMPMAY
305 Church Street
Y-Teens 2, 34 Cafeteria Help 5:
Choir lg Home Room Yiee-
Projection Booth 2, 43 Chief'
Proieetionist 4g Christmas Play
Committee 3, 4g Prom Com-
800 Xkillowbrook Street
iN'lARY FLLA CoififEY
520 Barker Street
Lower House lg Prom Com-
mittee Zg Beta Club 4g A Cap-
pella I, 2, 49 Upper House Zg
Senior lfxeeutive Board 4gfAma-
teur Show lg .llrxxiall Chorus
1, Z, -I-g Welcoming Committee I,
BE1"1'Y SUE Co1,'rRANE
Arehdale, N. C.
A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 45 ,Hrsriah
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Christmas Play
1, Home Room Vice-President
15 Amateur Show 2, Prom Com-
mittee 25 Nlasque and Gavel 3, 45
Class Play Cast 35 High Sfhnol
Rrgistfr 4, State Competition
Music Contest 35 Senior Super-
lative 45 General Ufliee Staff 45
Prom Sponsor 25 Pointer Stafli 45
National Honor Society 4.
FRED DAvis fi0NA1,l.Y
805 Mangum Avenue
Home Room President +1-5 Band
1, 2, 35 Drum Major 4.
609 Fast Green Street
211 Thurston Street
Basketball 2, 32' S0f-fllllll 21
804 VVise Street
Track 2, 3.
Trinity, N. C.
NIiI,N'IN lil. Coovm
1213 Fast Green Street
Most Valuable Baseball Player
25 All-Conference Baseball 25
Monogram Club -1, President 45
Y Leaders Club 3, 45 Basketball
1, Z, 3, 45 Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4,
Co-Captain 2, 3.
1217 Cassell Street
2317 English Street
309 Steele Street
Home Room President 35 Prom
Committees 1, 2, 35 Masque and
Gavel 45 Key Club 35 Varsity
Football Z, 3, 4, All Conference
3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Co-
Captain 4, All Conference Z, 35
Baseball 1, Z, Track 35 Shrine
Bowl 45 Vlelcoming Committee
1, Class Vice-President 25 Class
President 35 Senior Supcrlative
45 Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candi-
date 45 High Sfhool Rf,Q1.YfPT 4.
Top ro-ug lrft !11 right:
510 lflorham Avenue
Reynolds High School l, lg Hi-Y l, lg Class Yice4Presi-
dent lg Prom Committee 39 Associate lfditor, Polzltrr
Lower House 3g Vlrestling Eg Pepsi-Cola Scholarship
Candidate 4g Vice-President International Key Club 3, 4g
Associate l'fditor,i PIQMKLAN 4g International Key Club
Delegate 3, -lg Chairman Carolina District Rey Club
Convention -lg National Honor Society 49 'liraek 2.
519 XV. Green Street
Home Room Chairman lg Bulletin Board Committee 2.
70-l Roekford Road
Choir Z, Hlg FHA Song Leader -l.
37 lf. Clara Cox Apts,
Route No. l
Home Room President Ig Vice-President Eg Chaplain 34
Welcoming Committee 34 FHA 3, -l. Program Committee
3, Secretary -lg Lower House -lg Dean's Office -lg Y-
leens Llg PICMICAN Business Staff 4g Beta Club Llg ilfrxsinh
Chorus Zg Class Play Committee 3: Prom Committee 3.
Barlow roar, Irft to right:
409 llbrth Avenue
Lower House lg .llrzvsiiill Chorus -l.
BlC'li'l'Y Li-:E IJICKICNS
305 Louise Avenue
Home Room President lg Class Play Committee 3g
Prom Committee 3g Beta Club -lg Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra
-lg National Honor Society -l.
123-l Redding Street
Home Room Chairman I, Chaplain 25 Library Assistant
Z3 Lower House 3.
-1-9-lf Russell Street
513 North Drive
Home Room President l, Secretary lg Choir I, 2, 3:
Class Play Cast 3g Prom Committee 31 Masque and
fi L "g.-
A easr A
i .k -iii' . i 1'
Tap mar, left ro right:
1011 N. Main Street
Home Room Secretary l, Zg Class Play, Student Director
lg Prom Committee Zg Prom Sponsor Zg Masque and
Gavel 3. 4g Library Assistant Z, lg lforensie League 2g
Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 4g PEMIQAN Printing lfditor 4g General
Ofliee Stall -lg Band 1, 25 Girl Seouts 1, 2: National
Honor Society -l-.
lioxix l'f.'xiu,1c l'f.xs'ti-'iz
513 Sunset Drive
ltower l l0uSC 3: Home Room President I, Vice-President
lg Library Assistant 4gW'eleome Committee 35 Pieixllcz.-xx
Business Stall 43 Y-Teens I, Z.
516 llill Street
308 Reed Street
Bottom row, left to right:
25-B Norwood Court Apts.
Home Room President 33 Monogram Club 4g Varsity
Basketball 3, 4: Varsity lfootball 4g Varsity 'lraek 3, 4
junior Varsity Football 2.
li'XL'RAlC'l"I'A l'il,l 10'l"l'
'JIU Dayton Street
FHA Club -1.
+00 XY. Ray Street
Class Play Committee 3g 'liraek lg Band 2, 3, -1
-HH lf. Lexington Avenue
Photo lfditor PiaMlt:AN 4g Darkroom 1, Z, 3, 4g 'liennis 1
Captain Z, 3, City Champion 4g Varsity Basketball 3
junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 4.
415 Royal Oak Aveiuie Sulgvlielkl. N- C-
Bantl Z, SQ l,atin Club 24 Band ,Xlonogram 3. lennis lg Wrestling ig lfootball -1.
wa? "PN .
N i in 51
1302 Pershing Street
Library Assistant 1g Home Room
Chaplain 1, Z5 Home Room Sec-
1005 E. Russell Street
Messiizh Chorus 2, 4.
1321 Greenway Drive
Masque and Gavel 3, 44 A Cap-
pella Choir 4, Class Play Com-
mittee 3, Talent Show Com-
218 Montlieu Avenue
Home Room President 2, 3,
Lower House 2, 44 National
Honor Society 3, 44 Masque
and Gavel 45 Key Club 3, 45
Beta Club 3, 4, President 4g
Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candi-
date 45 Delegate to N.C.S.S.C.C.
1, High Srhool Register 44 Senior
Superlative 4, Fire Drill Com-
mittee 4g Prom Committee 2,
Class President 15 Pointer Staff 4g
junior Town Meeting 4.
Dixie LEE GARNER
115 Brentwood Apts.
Home Room Secretary 19 Class
Pla Committee 3- Girls Basket-
Y , -
ball Team 3, Prom Committee 3.
Forensic League 2 44 Y-Teens
1, 23 Library Assistant 1, Z, 45
junior Town Meeting 4.
412 Fourth Street
Basketball 3, 45 Home Room
2332 lfnglish Street
Beta Club 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g
Orchestra 3, 4.
Eorrii ALIWA FRYE
Route No. 3
Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candi-
date 4g Latin Club Zg Beta Club 4.
1308 Potts Street
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fy s k
215 .Nlontlieu Avenue
Home Room Yiee-President 3.
Chairman 1, Prom Committee 2,
National Honor Society 3, 4,
President 4, Masque and Gavel
3, 4g Beta Club 3, 4, 1+'.H.A.
Historian 3g Pepsi-Cola Scholar-
ship Candidate 4, Higll Svhool
Rreisfrr 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Co-
Concert Master 44 A Cappella
Choir 3, 4, Lower House 2, 3g
.Xlarshal 31 ,llrxxiiill Chorus
Z, 3, 4, "World Government"
Contest 3, junior Town Meet-
1717 North Nlaiu Street
Home Room President 1.
515 lflint Street
Prom Committee 2, Beta Cluli 4g
Upper House lg Social Stand-
ards Committee 2.
Z16 Myrtle Street
lfootliall 2, 3, Co-Captain 4g
Basketball 3, 4, Baseball Manager
21 Home Room President 3,
Vice-President 2, Monogram
Cluli-1, Choir 2, 3.
NANCIX' ANN Giuciiit
708 Montlieu Avenue
Chaplain Zg Welcome Committee
2, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4,
Class Play Cast 3, Prom Decora-
tion Committee 2. 3g Pointfr
lfditorial Statl' 3g Cheerleader 4:
Orchestra 2, 3, Christmas Play
Cast 4g Girl Reserves 2, 3,
Mariners 25 Nu Phi Mu Sorority
3, 4, Social Standards conference
ISARGARA G ICORISIC
113 Hillcrest Drive
Canton, Ohio lg Class Play Cast
3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Y-'lieens 2, 3, 45
lrcasurcr 3g Prom Committee
2, 3, Dean's StaH'4g Maiorette 4g
Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Secre-
tary 4, PENIICAN Business Staff 3,
Social Standards Committee 33
Forensic League 4, Y.V1'.C.A.
Canteen Planning Council 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Class Secretary 45
Senior Superlative 4, Pepsi-Cola
Scholarship Candidate 4, Lower
House 45 Girl Scouts 2, lilection
Committee 43 Senior llxeeutive
Board 4g iwfxxiall Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Prom Committee Z,
709 Hines Street
Girand, Georgia 1, Z, 3, Basket-
ball 1, Z, 3, 'lirack 25 Class See-
1217 Park Street
lrack 'lieam 3, 4g Senior Super-
lative 4g Hi-Y Cluh 4, lfire Drill
308 Lindsay Street
Class Play Cast 3, Hi-Y 45
Masque and Gavel 4g Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary I, Orchestra
Z, 3, 4g Home Room Chaplain
3, 4g High Srhool Rr,qii'!er 4, Na-
tional Honor Soeiety 4.
A enum' Num, Gitimiis
Intramural Football and Basket-
'lhp mfw, left to right:
Route No. 6
312 Ring Street
Home Room President 2, 3g Football lg Prom Committee
2, Basketball 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Upper
901 johnson Street
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g junior Varsity Football 3,
Varsity 4-g National Honor Society 4, vProm Committee
lg Key Club 3, 4, illfsriull Chorus 49 key Club Interna-
tional Convention 3, 4.
BETTY jmx Hfxkmzii
l2l1 E. Russell Street
Basketball 2, 3, Ring Tennis l.
202 Hillcrest Drive
Golf Team 3, National Honor Society 3, -I-g Beta Club
3, -I-5 Nlasque and Gavel 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, A
Cappella Choir 2. 3, 4g .l'It'.S',YliI1l Chorus 2, 3, -lg Christmas
Play -l-g Prom Committee 3: Class Play Cast 3: High
School Rrgislfr -1-g Senior lfxeeutive Board -1-, Poillifr
Bottom rms, lqfz m right:
720 VV Broad Street
Home Room President 2, -1-, Prom Committee lg Masque
and Gavel 4g Key Club 4, A Cappella Choir 2, -lg Christ-
iuas Play 43 Darkroom Z, .llrysiizli Chorus Z, 4, National
Honor Society 45 junior 'Ibwn Meeting Club 4.
Ciifxnrifis B. H.-Xll'l'LEX'
307 Phillips Street
Latin Club 2, Prom Committee 2.
l H- Taylor Street
Hiro.-x Hn 1-is
l IT E. State Street
Softball, Captain lg Basketball 3.
Top rule, lrjfr fn right:
1207 Westwood Drive
Sullins junior College, Bristol, Virginia 1, Prom Spon-
sor Zg Y-Teens 2.
1652 N. Hamilton Street
Varsity 'lennis 2, 3, 4, junior Varsity Basketball 3, 4g
Darkroom 4, A Cappella Choir 2.
Doiix' Axx Hiaouicuoczx
Route No. 1
Dean's Stall -1, Home Room Program Chairman -1-g Na-
tional L1-H Club Congress, Delegate from N. C. -1, Stu-
dent Store Z, Band 1, Third Place in High Point lissay
Contest 1, National Honor Society 4.
BIi'l4'l'Y jo Hicimiczk
605 Chestnut Street
Class Play Committee 3g Prom Committee Z, 3g Masque
and Gavel 3, -1g Forensic League 3, Secretary 3g Y-Teens
Z, 3, 4, President 2, 3, State Y-leen Delegate 3, -1:
PEMICAN Printing Ifditor ,4g General Office Staff -1,
Athletic Ottiee Z, 3, Girls State Delegate, Secretary of
State 3, High .gl'll0llIRfg1XfFV 4, A Cappella Choir Z, 3, 4,
.Westfall Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader Co-Chief4, Prom
Sponsor 2, Student Body Vice-President 4, Class Secre-
tary 2g l'ail1re'r Staff -1, National Honor Society -1.
Akwoip Hisii in
506 Ylard Street
Hnttrwl rrrug lfjft to right:
506 Ward Street
616 Cable Street
Troy High School 1, 2, 3, Commencement Play 1, Z,
Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball Z, Speech Club 3.
807 Park Street
FHA Club 3, 4, Historian 4, Class Play Committee 3,
Beta Club 4, Y-Teens 4, Student Store 4, Lower House
4, Girl Scouts 3, 4.
RAXMONIJ H icuxnow
304 Park Street
Prom Committee 2, Darkroom 1, Choir 3, -1, Upper
House 1, Lower House 1, Social Standards Committee 1,
Home Room Vice-President 1.
1206 Greenway Drive
Girl Scouts Z1 Class Play Committee 31 Y-Teens Z, 3, -1,
Prom Committee 39 General Uthee Staff -1, Masque
and Gavel 3, +11 Christmas Play -1-, ,llefxxiah Chorus 2, 3,
Student Council Publicity Committee 4, Poinfrr Statl -1.
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. .ivggitagga f Q Q.,
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iiggftv A -- Sf-4
TUI lf. Lexington Avenue
Home Room Chaplain Ig Prom
Connnittcc 2, 3.
l','i'ni-gl, .Xlixi-3 Hua,
Route No, -1
Honic Room Councilman lg l,i-
brary Assistant -1-p Beta Club -1-g
Proin Connnittcc Z.
Route No. 6
Varsity Baseball 3, -lg Varsity
lfootball 3, -1-g Home Rooin Vice-
H. J. Honors, ju.
Route No. 5
Band I. 2, Kg Prom Connnittcc 31
Class Play Coinniittcc 3.
223 Xlontlicu .-Xvcnuc
Fowlx llnzii i'owFn
1513 l.arkcn Strcct
Route No. 6
l,ibrary Assistant 33 Y-'l buns.
Canteen Conirnittcc -1-g Home
Room Plircasurcr I g illrfxitlll
Chorus -1-1 Cliristnias Play -1,
Route No, 5
.llfyxiall Chorus 44 l,atin Club 1.
916 Dayton Street
,IACQL I-:lima l'lO0Pl-IR
309 Coltranc Street
Band 2. 3. -l-1 Swing liand 3, -l. Lower House l, 2.
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JAMES R. Hoovian
606 Barbee Street
1030 S. Main Street
Savannah, Georgia 1, 2, Home
Room Secretary 1, Band 1,
PEMICAN Business Stall 4, l.i-
brary Assistant 4, rllrssiah Chorus
1307 Franklin Street
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4
Monogram Club 3, 4, Senior
Superlative 4, Optimist Bowl 4.
1413 English Street
1-lame Room Vice-President
1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 1, 3,
Forensic League 2, Monogram
Club 3, 4, Football 3, Band 1, 2,
4, Orchestra 2, Senior Superla-
RUTH IVIARIE HYDE
Route No. 5
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State
High School Orchestra 3, Girl
Scouts 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Treas-
urer 4, illexxiah Chorus 4.
CAROLYN .IOANNIC Howmto
2314 Fdgewood Avenue
Social Standards Committee 3.
NANCY RAE 1-lecuucs
828 W. Green Street
Lower House 1, 2, Choir 1,
Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candidate
4, Social Standards Conference
lX1ARY lfRANt:Es P1L'N'I'1CR
912 Montlieu Avenue
Oak Ridge Tennessee 1, Home
Room Vice-President 4, Secre-
tary and Treasurer 1, Class Play
Committee 3, lJean's Staff 4,
A'lAR10N Lousiiz Hurczuixs
1345 Centennial Avenue
422 N.VVrenn Street
Home Room Chairman 2, 3, 4,
Class Vice-President 4, Senior
Superlative 4, Pepsi-Cola Scholar-
ship Candidate 4, Senior lfxecu-
tive Board 4, Key Club 4.
Top role, lfjft to right:
T. C. IsoM
109 Howell Street
Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Optimist Bowl 4, American
Business Club Most Valuable Player Award 4, Varsity
Baseball l, 4, Basketball Manager 4g Monogram Club,
Vice President 4g Track 3, 4.
B1i'1"i'x' Sei-1 jARRi1T'r
235 Mill Street
Home Room Secretary Z.
Blix xx' jesse P
805 .Nlillis Street
228 lfdgedale Drive
18-A Clara Cox Apts.
Toccoa Falls Institute l, Zg Home Room President Zg
Vice-President lg Class President 2, Beta Club Zg Varsity
Bottom rome, left to right:
1007 Forrest Avenue
Allegany High School lg Football 1, 3, 4.
jovem Svizmzisn KEAkNs
506 Vlfbodrow Avenue
Home Room Treasurer 4, Class Play Committee 33
Prom Committee 2, 33 Choir 1, Zg Masque and Gavel
3, 45 Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4g Y-Teens
4, President 45 PIQMICAN Business Staff 4, Marshal 3g
Student Store 3, 4, Election Committee 45 Lower House
3, 4, Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candidate 4g High Srhool
Register 4, junior Town Meeting Club 4, National Honor
604 Xlillowbrook Street
Lower House 3, Masque and Gavel 3, -lg Beta Club 4,
FHA 3, 4, Y-Teens 4g Secretary 4g Basketball 2, 3:
Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candidate 4, Student Store 4,
Senior Fxecutive Board 4, Class Play Committee 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
XYICKIE Lot' KEARYS
406 Smith Street
Fair Grove High School lg Choir 39 Cheer Leader lg
Glee Club 1, Home Room Chairman l.
416 Centennial Avenue
Lower House lg Prom Sponsor lg Masque and Gavel 4g
Band 1, 2, 3, General Oiiice Staff -l-g Darkroom 3.
Basketball 2, Election Committee 4.
Top row, lrjfl to right:
424 Park Street
524 Centennial Avenue
Class 'lireasurer 3, Majorette 2, 3, -l-5 Lower House 2,
Masque and Gavel 3, -lg Prom Committee 33 Class Play
Committee 3g Y-'lieens l, 2, 3, -l-g Orchestra 2, 3, Choir
l, 3g Home Room Vice-President 2, Treasurer lg Cirl
Seouts I, 2g Social Standards Committee 2, Pointer Staff -l.
Lois IRENE KING
S07 Cable Street
Bulletin Board Committee 25 PIQMICAN Business Staff 4,
Choir 3, -lg Prom Sponsor 2.
604 Fourth Street
Athens, Greece I, 2g Latin Club, President 3g Library
530 Ridgecrest Drive
Choir I1 FHA 4, Prom Committee 3.
. .aa SY. is
Q.. s sg,
Barium mfw, lqfr In right:
K Ronmrr Luz l
3-1-2 S. VVrenn Street
1229 Franklin Street
Y-Canteen Planning Committee 4g A Cappella Choir
-lg. Home Room Chaplain, Secretary 2, lfleetion Com-
mittee -lg .llrxxiall Chorus -lg Intramural Sports lg Art
Award lg Class Play Committee 3.
l-ll-L Tryon Street
306 Steele Street
604 VV. Farriss Avenue
Class Play Cast 3g Christmas Play 3, 4, Honor Society
3, -l-g Masque and Cavel 3, 4, Vice-President 44 Beta
Club -lg Poinrrr Business Stall' 3g A Cappella Choir 2, 3, -l-g
Lower House -lg Amateur Show 2, Planning Committee
-lg ilirssitzlz Chorus 2, 3, 44 National Y-Teens Conference
803 F. Green Street
Allen jay 1, 2g journalistic Club
lg School Paper lg Basketball 2g
Latin Club 3. 4.
434 lfnnis Street
2107 Brentwood Avenue
Library Assistant 11 Zg Choir 1,
lg Home Room President 1. X ice-
Presidcnt lg Social Standards
Committee lg Prom Committee 1.
407 Walnut Street
Choir 2, 3,g FHA 4g Home Room
Chaplain lg Library Assistant 1.
208 Allred Street
Trinity High School 1.
Pi-ivi,i,is ANNETTE LUCAS
913 Forrest Avenue
Lower House 33 Beta Club 3, 4g
Marshal lg .lfrxsiah Chorus 3, 43
Home Room Program Chairman
lg Home Coming Parade Com-
mittee 2, 4g PIQMICAN Business
701 Wise Street
Home Room Chairman 2g Stu-
dent Body President 4: N.C,-
S.S.C.C. Delegate 4g Southern
Association of Student Govern-
ment Convention Delegate 4g
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Varsity
Football 1, 2g Masque and Gavel
4g 'liraek 1, 2, 3, 4g Monogram
Club 3, 4, Secretary 4g Senior
Superlative 4g Social Standards
407 VValnut Street
junior Varsity Basketball 2:
Home Room 'I reasurer 4.
1209 Cassell Street
Savannah, Georgia lg FHA 4.
414 YVinslow Street
Football lg Basketball lg Volley-
ball lg Softball lg Hi-Y lg Golf
A Nxt: Al.-KRl,IC'l"lili
607 lfourth Street
Class Play Committee lg Prom
Committee 2g Beta Llub 45 Y-
Teens I, Z, 3, Seeretary Zg Or-
chestra I, 2, 3, 4.
Norwood Court Apt. C-Q2
Prom Committee lg Class Play
Committee 3g,Masque and Gavel
3, 4g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, -l, Pro-
gram Chairman 33 Pmiitzixx Bus-
iness Staff -lg Lost and Found 23
Student Store 4g Orchestra l, 2,
3, 4g Choir 4g A Cappella Choir
4, Lower House Puhlieity Com-
1 I IT Riehland Avenue
Home Room President 2, Beta
Club 1, -lg Marshal 33 Prom
Aramis Mfxiuic AlICllAlil.
606 Ridgecrest Drive
l'il.lCA Nou AlIN Nis
Arehdale, N. C.
Masque and Cavel 3, 4, Y-Teens
45 Choir 4.
lxlll.l.lt1I-ZVI' C,-uux Mmtsu
909 johnson Street
Prom Sponsor 29 Prom Com-
mittee Z5 Y-Teens I, 2, 3g Class
Play Committee Kg Home Room
Secretary 4g Masque and Gavel
3, 4g General Otliee Stall' 4g
.lfuvxiizll Chorus 2, 3, -lg A Cap-
pella Choir 2, 3g Christmas
I IUT lf. Russell Street
-lox 1.1-. xl!-ikl-1lll'lill
Piirxilcxxx lfditorial Stall' Ig Lower
House 33 Class Play Committee
3, -I-g Choir -lg Y-ilieens 4.
jfxmias C. Mitziiucis. jk.
400 Prospeet Street.
Home Room Viee-President 4g
.llrxriall Chorus -lg A Cappella
139 VV. Russell Street
W'eleoming Committee 2.
Trip mtv, left to righlf
DOI,I.IE GLORIA Mosmz
Route No. 3
Ianiestown I, 2. Beta Club 3, 4g Debating learn 3g
'lforensie League 3, 4g FHA Zg Y-'lieens 4g Masque and
Gavel 4g Science Club 45 ul Speak for llelnoeraeyll
Contest 45 Prom Connnittee 39 Class Play Committee 31
Cliristinas Play 4g junior Town Meeting Club 4.
clI,liM taxis AIUIIIIEN
2106 Cedrow Avenue
Projection Booth 2, Ig Class Play Colnrnittee 3.
22 lf. Clara Cox Apts.
Lower House 2, Seeretary lg Home Room Chaplain -I-1
Class Play Connnittee Sp Christmas Play 4g Weleonnng
Conunlttee 21 POFCIISIC League lg Y-leens 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 23 Prom Couunittee 3. Xlaiorette 3. 4g Social
Standards Cotnniittee 23 Class Secretary 35 Senior Super-
P1-zum' ju.-xv NILRPHY
314 Xleadow Street
Class Play Conunittee Sq Band 2. 3. 4.
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Hntmm roar, left In right:
R. D. NEXYMAN
Route No. 6
Route No. 6
janiestown Ig Y-Teens 4.
9 I 4 Asliboro Street
Parade Committee 24 Choir I.
I I I0 Forrest Avenue
326 Pickett Street
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Tap mu-, left to right:
807 F. Green Street
Library Assistant I, 23 Parade Committee 3.
905 E. Green Street
Home Room Secretary Z3 Band I, 2, 3.
Route No. I, Thomasville, N. C.
Bama Li-LE Riciii
705 Montlieu Avenue
Softball I, 2, Co-Captain I3 Ring Tennis Captain I3
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 H. P. Monograms I, 3g Three
Stars 43 Home Room Secretary I, 33 FHA 33 State Ath-
letic Association 2. 3: Girls' Athletic Association Cabi-
Route No. 4
Independenee, Virginia I, 2.
Bottom rofw, lrft to right:
804 Howell Street
Football Manager 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Basketball
Manager 3g Junior Varsity Basketball 3g Varsity Basket-
ball 43 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Bic'1"1'x' Jo Rim:
Route No. I
Class President 23 Associate lfditor Pointer 2, Editor
3g P-TA Speaker 2, 43 Prom Sponsor 23 Girl Scouts
I, 24 A Cappella Choir Z3 ilfltssiah Chorus 2, 33 Christ-
mas Play 3, 43 Class Play Cast 3g Masque and Gavel
3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 43 Pi3Mic:AN
Editor 4g Senior Supcrlative 4g D.A.R. Good Citizen-
ship Award 4g Quill and Seroll 4g High School Rrgistfr
43 National Press Convention Delegate 4g State Y-Teen
Delegate 3. ,
212 Vifbodrow Avenue
Lower House 2, 3g Class Play Cast 33 Christmas Play 43
Prom Committee 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Masque
and Gavel 3, 4g Beta Club 3, 43 Y-Teens, President I,
2, 33 .Athletic Ofhce 3, 44 High Srhrml Rrgistfr 43 Or-
chestra I, Z, 33 A Cappella Choir 45 Social Standards
IZOI linglish Street
900 N. Hamilton Street
Murphy High School, Mobile, Alabama I, Z, 33 A Cap-
pella Choir 43 Y-Teens 4.
PEGGY ANN RUSSELL
811 Arbordale Drive
Home Room Secretary Zg Class
Play Committee 3g Prom Com-
mittee 35 Masque and Gavel 3, 4.
Y-Teens Z, 3, 4g zlflrxsiizh Chorus
4g National Honor Society 4.
BETTY SUE SAUNDERS
316 Green Street '
FHA 4g Choir 2, 3, 4g ,Ufxsiuh
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
407 Colonial Drive
Home Room Vice-President 1, 3g
Lower House Z, 3g Class Play
Committee 3g American Legion
Oratorical Contest 35 "Democ-
racyl' Oratorical Contest 4g High
School Amateur Disc-jockey
Contest 4g Student Store 1. Fire
Drill Committee 4g Choir 4.
Debating Team 35 Forensic Lea-
gue 3, 4.
808 Mangum Avenue
Varsity Baseball lg Home Room
President 3g Latin Club 2.
1200 Greenway Drive
Varisty Football 2, 3g Athletic
Office 3g N.C.S.S.C.C. Delegate
4g Lower House 4g Key Club 3.
4g Vice-President 4g Baseball
Manager 1g Prom Committee
2, 3g Amateur Show Committee 4.
Route No. 1
Home Room Vice-President Z.
President 19 Lower House 1, Z, 4g
Prom Committee 1, Zg Key Club
43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4g
National Honor Society 4g Social
Standards Committee Zg Class
Vice-President 1, President 4g
Amateur Show Committee lg
State Key Club Convention 4g
Christmas Play 45 Associate
lfditor Pointfr 4.
122 Virginia Avenue
Tennis 2, 3.
1003 Westwood Drive
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Home Room
Secretary 1, 3g Band 2g Prom
Committee Zg Prom Sponsor lg
National Honor Society 3, 44
Masque and Gavel 3, 4g Beta
Club 3, 4g General Office Staff
3, 4g Marshal 3g PEMICAN Feature
lfditor 43 Christmas Play 4:
H igh School Rrgixtfr 4.
EDWIN H. SHUI-'ELT
1433 Larking Street
Band 1, 2, 3g Drum Major Hud-
son High School. New York 33
Orchestra lg Cafeteria Assist-
113 Carter Street
Pointer Editorial Staff 4g Pro-
iection Booth 2, 3g Darkroom 1g
Band 2, 3.
Route No. 1
BaIId l, 2, 3, 4.
BIQII Y 'Io SMITII
Lower House 31 Y-Teens 2, 3. +9
PIaMIc:AN Business Staff Z5 Library
ASSISYLIIII 45 A Cappella Choir
2, 3, 45 State Music Contest IA
SopraIIo 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45
.llexxiizll Chorus 2, 3, 45 Amateur
Stamford High School I, 25 Class
Vice-President lg Stamford
School Paper Stal? 1, 25 Home
Room Secretary 3, Y-Teens 3, 45
Poirzfer Staff 3, 4, Class Play
Committee 35 Class Treasurer 4,
Senior Superlative 45 Pepsi-Cola
Scholarship Candidate 45 Masque
and Gavel 45 Beta Club 45 Senior
llxeeutive Board 45 National
Honor Soeiety 45 junior Town
Meeting Club 4.
RoIsIcaT G. SMITII
507 li. Commerce Street
HKJIIIC RCDOIII President 3, Vice
President 25 junior Varsity Foot-
ball I5 Varsity Football Z, 3, 45
Baseball l, 45 Track 2, 3, 45
Vllrestling Team 4.
NANCY Joes SNIDI-:R
307 Otteray Drive
Class Play Committees 35 Masque
aIId Gavel 45 Forensic League Z,
3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President
45 Y-Teens 2, 43 PEMICAN Busi-
ness Staif 4, Basketball 3,7 45 A
Cappella Choir 45 Nlessiuh Chorus
3, 45 Marshal 35 Student Store 4.
llmerywood Court Apts.
l,owerVHouse I, Upper House I,
Prom Sponsor'I5 PI-1MIc:AN BI1si-
ness Stall 15 P0lI1fl'f Staff 25 Li-
brary Assistant I, 25 Choir l
Maiorette 45 Y-'l'eens 2, 4,
junior Town Meeting Club 4.
CIIARI.Ics BAx'I'IcIt SMITII
S00 VV. Green Street
ROBl'1R'li li. SMITII
609 Richardson Street
824 Randolph Street
210 Alontlieu Avenue
Home Room President l, 2, 35
Class Play Comniittee 35 Pl-IMICAN
Business Manager 45 A Cappella
Choir 45 Class Vice-President 3,
ChristIIIas Play 4.
Tap wmv, Ifjfl to right:
Route No. 3.
.lirrsiah Chorus 23 Prom Committee 2, Class Play Com-
Doius lfmila.-x S'i'AMi2x'
Route No. 1
Library Assistant Z, 3, Home Room Program Chairman
3g Class Play Committee 3, Prom Committee Zg PHA
3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4.
DON.-xiii Ll.ox'o S'rA'1'oN
1-C Clara Cox Apts,
Wrestling 3, 45 Basketball I.
Home Room Chaplain Z, 3, Vice-President lg A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, Track Zz Junior Varsity Football Z: Prom
Sponsor 23 Class Play Committee 3, Masque and Gavel
3, 4, Prom Committee 3.
1004 linglish Street
Bnrmm mu, lrjff to riglll:
505 Hamilton Street
Lower House 3, Class Play Cast 33 National Honor
Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Foren-
sic League Z, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Beta Club 4,
PIQMICAN Copy Editor 4, Debating Team 2, 3, 4g State
Music Contest, 1 Rating, Girl's Trio 3, 4, A Cappella
Choir Z, 3, 4, High School Rfgirtfr 4g 1Wf'5.ri11ll Chorus
2, 3, 43 junior Town Meeting Club 4, Federation of
Nlusie Contest 4.
Doaiax DEAN STEPHI-:Ns
131 Westchester Drive
Class Play Cast 3, Masque and Gavel 4, Pl-1Mic1AN Busi-
ness Staff 4g Y-Teens 4, ,Wexxiah Chorus 3, 4, A Cap-
pella Choir 2.
Primm' Ross: STEPHENS
41 1 Greer Street
Home Room Chap-lain -I-g Y-Teens Vice-President 4g
State Y-Teens Conference 4g A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g
Bulletin Board Committee Z5 illrrsiuh Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Doius ALXRIE Sroxia
Route No. 1
Y-Teens 1, 4g Welcoming Committee lg Class Play
Committee 3g Prom Committee 3g Library Assistant 39
FHA, Vice-President 3, 4.
1501 Long Street
Trip raw, lfft Io righl:
320 Coletrane Street
Kingsport, Tennessee 1.
Route No. 5
Allen jay 1, Zg Lower House 3g Home Room President
4g Beta Club 3, 4, Viee-President 4g Football 1, 2. Mar-
shal 35 Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candidate 4g Christmas
1701 King Street
Class Play Committee 3g Home Room Secretary lg
H. P. Nlonogramg Softball 1g Volleyball 14 Ring Tennis 1.
Svrviix cilil-IY Tyre
900 Meredith Street
H. P. Monogramg Basketball 23 FHA 44 Softball lg
Volley Ball lg Ring Tennis 1.
1Yi1il,mM CTRANGICR 'I'mt1iim'
515 Woodrow AVCIHIC
Lower House lg Class Play Cast 3g Prom Committee- Eg
Hi-Y 4g Student Council Congress 14 Band Z., 39 Christ-
mas Play 4g Hi-X1 Conference lg -lunior Varsity Football
1, 51 Puintrr Stall 4.
Harlow mu, Ifjft to right:
306 Players Drive
17A Clara Cox Apts.
Sanhmrd High School Ig Basketball Zg Wleleoining Com-
mittee Zg Maiorette Z, 3g Head Majorette 4g Home Room
Secretary 3g Prom Committee 3g Y-Teens 3, 4g Majorerte
806 Sixth Street
Lower House lg Key Club 44 Track 3.
401 VVhitc Oak Street
Class Viee-President 1g President lg Social Standards
Conference Delegate lg Prom Committee 2. Home Room
President 2. Beta Club 4g Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candi-
date 4g Choir 1, 2g Painter Stall 4g National Honor
1Mu,'i'i3R THoMAs Time, ja.
411 Hillcrest Drive
Home Room President 2, Eg Class Play Eg Prom Sponsor
lg Masque and Gavel 34 President 4. PICMICAN lzditorial
Staff 3, Business Staff 3: Christmas Play 1, 4.
S ig . I A K K 55.4-f
4 Q All its ka.
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607 Nlontlieu Avenue
National Honor Society 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, Masque and
Gavel 3, 41 Key Club 3, 4, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 4, District Con-
vention Secretary 4, Beta Club
3, 4g Pepsi-Cola Scholarship
Candidate 4, High School Rrigislfr
4, Christmas Play 4: Band 3, Or-
chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Chief Marshal
33 Amateur Show, Second Prize
2, Senior Fxeeutive Board 4.
R. Tlvx' Tonn
Route No. 1.
Viialnut Cove High School 1,
Augusta Military Academy Z. '
2102 lfnglish Street
Y-Teens 4g FHA 4a Choir 3, 4.
310 Thurston Street
Varsity Basketball 24 A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4, Boys
Octet Z, 3g ,Ufrsiah Chorus 2, 3,
4, rllfxsiah Committee 41 Prom
1123 Adams Street
Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Y-Teens
Z, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls' State
-1-09 Walnut Street
FHA lg Cafeteria Assistant 2,
266 jordon Street
Baseball Z, 3, 4, Choir 2.
1600 IC. Green Street
Band Z, 3, 4g Home Room Pro-
gram Chairman Z, Lower House
34 Prom Committee 2, Swing
NIARY 'IEANIC XfXhXI.'1'0N
403 Vine Street
Home Room Secretary 3, Lower
House Z, National Honor Society
3. 4. Treasurer 4, Masque and
Gavel 3, 44 Treasurer 4, Forensic
League 3, 4, Secretary 4, Debat-
ing Team 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Dean's Staff 3, 4, A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, 4g Girls' State Dele-
gate 3, Lost and Found Com-
mittee Zg Class Play Committee
3, Second Place in World Peace
Uratorieal Contest 35 Third place
in "1 Speak for Democracy" con-
test 4g Senior lfxecutive Board 45
High Srhool Regixrrr -1-g Amateur
Show 2, .llrssiah Chorus 2, 3, 4.
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sm xfivf 3551 ' :tie-twink, . '
I05 Sunset Drive
jackson lylemorial High School,
Virginia 13 Home-Coming Com-
mittee Z3 Home Room Vice-
President Z3 Boy Scouts 2, 3, 43
Eagle Scout Award 43 Cafeteria
Assistant 2, 33 Marshal 33 Lower
House 43 Science Club 4g Beta
403 Richardson Street
Tennis 3, 43 Projection Booth 4-
608 Montlieu Avenue
Home Room Vice-President 23
Prom Committee 33 Choir 33
Home Room Parade Committee 4.
Route No. 1
Lower House 13 Hi-Y 43 Tennis
Team 2, 3, 4.
Gantt Apts. B-7
Pointer Staff l, 2, V 3g Y-Teens
1, Z, 33 Prom Committee 33 Bulle-
tin Board Committee 3, 4.
106 Sunset Avenue
Choir l3 lN1arshal 33 Tennis 33
Lower House 33 Fire Drill Com-
mittee 43 Masque and Gavel 4.
319 Reed Street
Football lWanager 33 Athletic
805 XY Circle Drive
Lower House 13 Football 23
Band I, Z, 33 Orchestra l, Z, 3, 43
Vielcoming Committee 2.
219 Myrtle Street
Home Room Vice-President I,
Hi-Y Z3 Varsity Basketball Z, 3,
43 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4g
Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Candidate
33 Choir Z, 33 Monogram Club
208 Tomlinson Street
Farm Life School, Vaneeboro.
N. C. 1, 2, 33 Class Play Z3 FFA
I, 23 Track 2.
Top mic, lfjft fo right:
liolrnm row, lfjff tn rigln:
l5ic'i"ix XYii.iiiii-1 CQii.xiu,i4,s XYINIJHAM
lfiiicryxx'oml Court Apts. I IUT Ricliland .xVL'l1llC
Prom Coininittcc lg Y-'ll-uiis I, 2, +4 l,ibriiry Assistant luiinis ig lracla lg Social Standards Cloniinittcc 3,
3, -lm lissay Court-st lg Cflioir 1. Loxvcr Hoiisc 3.
lhiumiu XVILLIAMS Ciicsis Hoon
ill .Nlcatlow Strcct HI 4 Ck-ntcnnial Avcnuc
Dcan's 0i'l'icc 24 Choir 2. 31 Library Assistant 21 Student liurlington High School lg Home Rooin Prcsitlcnt lg
Store -ln Home Rooin Chaplain 2. lloinc Room Prcsitlciit lg Prom Coniniittcc 31 Football lg
Routc No. 5
' Cf-23 Grccnway Avcnnc
llonic Rooin Sccrutary lg Prom Coniniittcc lg licta Club
-H Y-'lbcns I, 2, -In Library Assistant -lg Choir -P.
IEIXIIC Ciixn' XVII sox
Routc No. 5
Blind I. 2, 3, -l-1 Baiid Librarian lg Prom Coniniittcc 34
Library Assistant lg Clliristnias Play 4.
lrack Ig Parade Coinniittcc -1.
T01 Hinos Strcct
lf"1'lY l- .-X Cappella Choir Z, +4 Ili-pxiiczxx Busincss Stall' -lg Class
Play Coniniittcc 3: Proin Cfoinmittcc 3: W-Tut-ns -I-g 1.1-
brary Assistant 3: Choir Z. 3. -lu .lIr,u'i.1l1 ffliorus 2, 3, -l.
Sll Union Strccr
lfclmruary 18, N130-,luiic
ACME of WLS
Top lzjfl: l'Best dressed" people usually eorue flew and
lar between but Naneyvlilaek, Cflxarles Meffoukey, and
Nell Black are three ol them-ff and elose together.
Harrow lfjff: l-'roof that Venus must have been generous
are 'Lgood looking" Par Murphy and Hall Rae Hunsueker.
Top rzglir: "'l'l1ere's always a way," contend Paul
l'lf'lCklIIlLlIl and Basllra Lavarnos, voted the two most
likely to succeed.
Borrow right: Tagged for Wlmest all round" Beau Campbell
and Betty jo Ring measure up just rlglxt.
'lbp lfjfr: Une smile deserves mmrlwr. CSlM'l.'i2lHf' with 'lhji right: Personality pin-ups. Reuben KLUIIFICY and
lxcnncrh Ingram and june Sllllfh. HfI'lCl1LHlL'Sl'u in thc Harlmru cgL'0TgL'7fL1liiI1g Cach other fbr 21 ridc. 1
lfnlrom Iliff: Most versatile Berry Sue flolcrrnpc and Hofmnlriyullfi Thcsports worldbows roRiclmraiCfrmvdcr
Spcnccr llurlcy zxgrcc rhur variety IS rho splcc of llfc. and HPctc" Brown, voted most ntlllcrlc scnmrs
ACME of ,48
ur 15 "Wheels,
f it K
Most students, upon iirst entering high school,
are filled with the determination to make good
in some field . . . to be a uwheeln in the machinery
of school activities. Although many never at-
tain this goal, there are always some who sur-
pass it. lVh0'.v FVIM is one way of paying Hhom-
agcw to those who are truly outstanding. 'lihese
lucky seniors, who were chosen by a faculty
vote, have a short biography of themselves in
the High School R4jQ'i.i'fL'r, which is published an-
ually. ln this sketch, will be a record of all
their high school activities which will serve as a
future reference for employers or colleges to F,
which these students may apply.
Valued at their progress and future usefulness to society, these seniors were chosen to he included in the 19-Hi High Srlmnl
Rrgixrrr. Firxt mia, lrjft to right: Betty jo Hedrick, Sarah Shaw, jeane Halton, and Betty Sue Cloletrane. SITUIINI row, lrjfl
to right: Betty jo Ring, Amanda Gekas, jane Roach, joycc Kearns, Basilia Cavarnos, and Sophia Stcffan. Third rn-ug
left to right: Richard Crowder, Ralph lilden, and Bill Gray. Not present when the picture was taken were Paul Hardin
and Paul Friedman.
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'llllllllf class ofliecrs inalaing out tentative committees. throw in ii laugh for good nitxisure. ilihey Lire. lqfz In flifllff -on
liarncs. president: Betty l'aye lledgceock. vice-prcsidentg -liiekie Xleclcins. upper house representative: ,Ioycc llurrow s
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secretary' and Bobby Younts treasurer
Th 49 rs
unior class activities started off with a boom
this year, namely, the election of oflicers. Con
troversies, friendly disagreements, and oratory, all
so typical of this class, climaxcd an exciting election
by inaugurating jon Barnes, prcsidentg Betty liayc
Hedgeeoclc, vice-presidentg hloyce Burrows, sec
retaryg Bobby Younts, treasurerg and jackie Mec-
lcins and Paul Conrad, representatives to the upper
house of thc student council.
The junior play, "A Date With Judy," which
was presented in November instead of the spring,
was a tremendous success indeed. Hilarious judy
Foster, portrayed by -lo Ann White, along with
Bobby Baird's sarcasm as Randolph, and the roaring
of Bobby Younts as Father brought torrents of
laughter from the eager audiance.
Climaxing the years activities was the junior-
Scmor Prom which was thoroughly enioyed by all
g Qg wllz?7.
-Irmxm Aimms, 109 lfdgeworth Street
RALPH Al,Ill'1R'l', SIX Fifth Street
Homin' Al.1mincQia, Il00 Centennial Avenue
Horam' .'xl.lCXAYlDI-',R, ill Farlnw Street
Chu-i'rA Al.icx,xwiil-ik, -H5 'llite Street
Cfnisi' Ai 1 I-iw, T06 Cinrr Street
Coitiziix Aiiiax, Route No. I
XVWIH Aiiicw. 809 Tryon Street
XY1Nwii-'ru-in :Xi ii-iw, Zlll Q Green Street
-lon-i Ai.i.izicn. 206 Barker Street
Nm .-Xmiw. 1108 Rieliurtisoii Street
Awwir1St'i-, .-Xi x IZRNOX, I GIA 'Iulinsun Street
Cffxut. Axnskstw, 214 Mill Street
lfi.i.xxii'rrii :xYl7RliXYS, Ill Yenalmle Street
LARRY .'XRMVIlCl.ID, 309 Fourth Street
.Xl xkcfiirlwu Ax nails. BIZ Norris Street
Horam BAIRIJ, S00 Klint Street
lfl.1.A jiatw l5.txl.l.. 302 Carter
low Btxkxiis, 310 Coltrane Street
S.-um BARRIER. 900 Fairway Drive
jiiam' Bmizs, 810 Crawford Street
ifiwiiii livxxwl-ik, 606 ffciituiiiiiiil AVCIIIIL'
Ulxxic liicui, 012 Sunset llrivc
Pi-:iam Iii-Jw, I0ll5Siilc1ii
lzlmliiilli Biaxctiwi, Imlf XXL-slcy Place
limit!-2 lil-ixxi-iii, WI Grimes Strcct
lJxiuuai,i. limi-iizi,i', -I-23 South lYrcnn Strcct
Arisiuci' limczia, IIIJX Nlird Strcct
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firm- lioulnliii, IIIIH lfurrcst Hill llrivc
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Iuxxx llwls, 800 lfourth Street
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Px I xx Ifxm, 319 Phillips Street
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Uxiuow Ilfwls, 306 Wiilker Street
ci1fXI" 1,111 um. 11-1 .-Xvery Street ! 'f
xiuzifi IX14' llui uw. 1018 Ciriiee Street
X1 um -X1 1f'lf lfim mm, 102 XY. lexiiigmii :Xienue
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Al xi x IJINHI-'14, 1034 :Xshehuro Street
SNRKI1 VORISIS, Route No. 1
IRI I-KN VORISIN, Route Nu. 1
Hunan 1,l.l' lft rua. 1219 Redding Street
l51xxc'iufCi'x1l.1ux, Route Yu, I
,lem Cluuu-Tl I. 311 Fourth Street
Cin IDI-' Ci uuuxtw. 1112 Rotary Drive
Tom ciARS'1', 521 Hqunilton Street
XY-xi.'i'icR Clmsox, 1 109 Forest Hill Street
clA'1'H1CRINlC c,i11.I., 1006 Grace Street
IJORIS R.-ua c,iI,ICNN, 805 Dayton Street
Boizm' Goms, 515 Flint Street
Di-:AN Goonwix, 1 13 Edgeworth Street
Bohm' C,Iimin', 1309 lforrest Hill Drive
Birm' QiRAY, 305 Barker Street
jo.-xxx ciRliIiN, H09 Crawford Street
liiawifw' ciklil-IR, 31 1 Woodrow Avenue
R uw CHKICGORY, 31 1 Allred Street
Noiuxm ciR1SSICI"llC, 305 Pine Street
ciRAC1i ANN QiL'Y, Route No. 2
IJANIQ Gm ICR, 1 1-1 lf. Lexington Avenue
Primm H.fk1'l'llCTlDlIK, -151 S, Main Street
llmcw Hxxxiiv, 618 Park Street
CiOl,lJS'I'0N HARRIS, 307 Barker Street
Ric:uARn HARRIS, 224 Shirley Street
SIIIRLICY HARVIQY, 1204 Lipton Street
Hm"i'Y HM woR'l'H, 312 XV, Ray Street
ljrzrrx Lou HM WORTII, 1027 Main S
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l,eadership blossoms 'neath the apple tree as sophomore class oflieers set up tenth grade standards. They are. Irjf! to rilehf
Doris Lraveu, president, li red liarmer, upper house representativeg Tbuuuy l,eutz, viee-presidentg .loan Crowder, seere
tary, Uordie Maxwell, upper house representative, Mrs. l'lossie Shaw, adviser, and ,lack wvllllS, treasurer.
The Greeks called them Hwise fools" . . . we
call them sophsgbut whatever the name, we
may rest assured that the sophomore elass is as
on its toes, just itching to Ngo places." Con- T
sisting' of over 400 students, this class began
scoring soon after sehool began. On the first A U e
play oflicers were elected, the winners being
Doris Craven, president, Tommy Lentz, viee- I
president, joan Crowder, secretary, and jack
Vllillis, treasurer. Already over the line were 3 I
representatives to the upper house, Gordie Max- 5
well and Fred Farmer. S'
Next, the magazine campaign was carried out Q BRA
with more than the amount pledged. The money 'v '
was used to pay for the PEMICAN pictures and
the Freshman-Sophomore Prom. - M
As the year ended and the score was totaled, Q'A!'XDAlCT
the result was that the sophomores were out in SDEECHN
front with victory, sueeess, and outstanding ideas '
for the class next year.
Betty lion Angel
.Iolin Leslie Andrews
Nancy Ruth Barker
l lelen Bean
l.ara l.ee Beeson
Alary Ann Britt
Donna Fay Carroll
Betty jean Carter
Betty jean Coggin
l,uey Ann Coggins
C. L. Corn
.Nlnry l.ou Dillon
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Hairy Ann Hinson
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Dale Mellow ell
Nancy jean Monroe
Mary jean Newell
Annie Ruth Nobles
Peggy Ann Peace
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Ycrii lla-gin Puckett
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'lip lijfrf Rcgrctftllly niuttcring. "Allah," nuw iunior Y-Tccns how in lioinngc to thcir "Supv.-riorsm during initiation wcck.
'lhp rigllf: ltls ll tit in thc linish lirr Rudy Upton limr lmcing iiicaslirul hy Xlrs. -lnclcson liar his class ring. Barium friflff
Stcpping in the pnliticcfs slums. lrfl In riullff Hunry Uvcrcash, Dunrcc cl1lI'llL'I'. B. B. Yarlrorongli, liida lngrinn. linlm
.-Xdaiiis, lfnrish Sizcninrc, -lack llolbroola, Ruth Higlilill, and Cfl1arlicUukcs lmucrnnc City officials for ti day. BUUUIII riullf:
licnt Lxcksnn, winner ofthe uinaitcur disc-ioclicf' contcst, iokcs with llnroltl Craven. Vfxllfll radio announcer.
Using that "up and at 'emu spirit freshmen class ofhcers boost their magazine campaign. Lrjff tn right: Rachel Leonard,
treasuterg Betsy Lhernault, seeretarvg Bobby Bundy, president: Cyrus Brooks, upper house representativeg Gladys Hall,
upper house representativeg and jack Kay, viee-president.
One Step Over
Last September. 329 freshmen came to High
Point High determined to become an integral
part of life in our school. 'liheir first step in this
direction was the election of ofliccrs. Bobby
Bundy was elected president, ,lack Kay, vice-
presidentg Betsy Chernault, secretary, and
Rachel Leonard, treasurer, Ciladys Hall and
Cyrus Brooks, upper house representatives.
Under the supervision of the adviser, Miss
Louisa Hatch, the class participated in the sell-
ing of Curtis publications, the money being used
for the Freshman-Sophomore Prom and the class
pictures in the Pmueax.
Taking account at the end of the year, the
freshman class may well be proud of itself, for
it has achieved its ambition . . . it has become a
full fledged member of High Point High School.
Anne Lou Bondurant
Betty Sue Brenson
Betty jo Brown
C. D. Brown
Betty jean Buck
Mary Elizabeth Casey
Mary Frances Cox
Hannie Mae Crater
Parma l.ee Durham
Betty jean lfloyd
H. T. Frazier. Vlr.
jo Ann Graham
Hannah Lee Grant
Betty ,Io Green
Clara Mae Grilhn
j. S. Grissctt
Collene Hayworth I
Mary lilizabcth Herndon
Martha Ann Hicks
Lilly jane Hudson
Mary Louise Hughes
jo Ann Hurley
Martha Ann jarrett
Billie Ruth Kanoy
Iva joan Kemp
Betty jo Kinney
Bobbie jean Kinney
VVilliam lf. Linthicum
Carolyn May Lon der
Allan Ray Mabe
Robert l,ee MeCarter
Vkilliam Max Mel.amb
Arch Riddiek MeMullan
Bobby Yernon MCl,eod
joseph Franklin Marsh
jo Ann Mason
Marvin D. Matthews, jr
Donald M. Mercer
j. XY. Metcalf
Richard lfdward .Nliehael
Budd Y. Montgomery
Donald Ray Nichols
D. R. Smith
Betty -lean Sorrell
C. YY. Spencer
Betty .Io Stone
Charles Gene Surrett
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Mary Coleen VV.ird
Harold Vifeleh i
Lzfft: Sergeant Frank Shields is instructing students Frank Slaydon and Peggy Stephens, members ofthe driving elass, as
to the do s and don ts in safe driving. Right lt means skill from start to hnish as boys in the shop begin a new project.
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Srudcnts today take a joy ridc in A jeep fbr granted
n contrast to students fifty
years ago, we have the facili-
ties, opportunities, and encour-
agement for participation in
the operation ot' our school.
Today we have organizations
emphasizing music, speech, and
other talents which one may
wish to develop. The grasp-
ing of these opportunities makes
the diflierenee between an ex-
cellent and mediocre student.
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As the spirit of education in 1897 left us its
lasting contribution, a public school system, so
we, in another sense, oflier to you an enduring
memorial to your school days, the 1948 Plcmioxx.
The greatest credit, of' course, belongs to
those of' the editorial staff' who worltcd faithfully
until the final dummy was in the printer's hands.
They were 'liommy Clarst, the doting father of'
our characterg Sarah Shaw, whom you can blame
for the feature section, Suzanne lfarnhardt and
Betty hlo lledriclc, who racked their brains over
cut linesg Sophia Steflian, copy editor, who had
her hands full of' l'scraps" and troubleg liean
Campbell, sports editor, lleywood xviiiiitim,
engraving editorg Dick Davenport, who filled
the ofhces of' ianitor, head rib-ticltler, and as-
sociate editorg and last, .Xlax 'l'hurman, who is
just learning the trade.
'liwo members of' the stafl' to whom we owe
mueh are Alton lfmbler, who is responsible for
almost all the pictures which the Picxiioxx con-
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Xleditating inentor. Betty ,lo Ring, editor-in-chief of'
the ljiiisiuzxx, ponders over page layout,
rains, and Rodger Snyder, who, with his well
chosen business statli, competently held up the
l,ast conie our editor, Betty jo Ring, without
whose superior ability this annual eould not have
been produced, and .Xliss Dorothy Hollar, who
has given so unselfishly of' her time and advice.
Lrfli Sarah Shaw , feature editor, and llean Campbell, sports editor, find it nice to reininisce with past yearbooks. Riglllf
-lust a huniorous thought between the two printing editors, Suzanne lfarnhardt and Betty -Io Hedrick.
hack and s
iyder, business manager, with ndvcrtisenicnts
and contracts thrown away, hntls tune to sit
mile nt the rest of the worltl. .
"All glory. l.iual. and honor" to the incznlmers ofthe PIHII-
cyw lmusiuess stzilli. l.fjf'f In l'lQl1f, Xrklftklli lJorl.1 Demi
Stephens. 'Ioycc litxirns, june lluekiiliy. and Lois King.
SI.1lm'i11q. lfjf! In riellf: -loyce D.iwlaius. l'.it l'l.1Cl-QIICY.
Gladys Linthicum. Nancy' Snider, Cfiirolyu Andrews.
lfilim lfnrle lfnstcr, ,lor-XiinlYriglit, .intl Cfl.iri,inn Xlgisscy.
'lbp riglllf Sophi.1 Stetliqin. copy editor. Lind "5ureshot"
look on as 'loin Cliirst. .irt editor. creitcs another cartoon.
Hnrmm rigfn: Xliss Dorothy Hollgir, Pi-ixiictxx adviscr.
instructs Hcywootl Wlislilwuru, engraving editor, as to
measurements Hur tool lines whilc llicla Davenport, as-
sociate editor, sums picture pustc-ups. H0ffl!7ll lzjff: Pho-
tography editor, Alton lfinhler, as seen through the lens
of his favorite ciintcrgi.
November leaves fell thick and fast as Honor Society
ofiicers relaxed in the midst ofthem. Lrjfr In right, they
are: jeans: Vlalton. treasurer: Amanda Gelcas, presi-
dent, Ralph lildcn, vice-presidentg and Sophia Stefiian,
With its traditionally beautiful ceremony as
a background, the National Honor Society in-
ducted I9 deserving seniors on january 7, 1948.
Those tapped had double reason to rejoice, how-
ever, for not only did they receive one of the
greatest honors that may be bestowed on a high
school student, they were also given their Honor
Society pins as proof of membership. Since it
had been the custom in the past for each in-
dividual to purchase his or her own pin, this was
indeed 21 noble gesture on the part of' the old
A high degree of success marked all the under-
talcings ot' the National Honor Society this past
year. Making' these achievements possible were
the faculty adviser, Mrs. Rogers, and a fine slate
of ofiicers headed by Amanda Ciclcas, president.
Rounding out the slate were vice-president,
Ralph Tildeng secretary, Sophia Steiiang and
treasurer, ,leane Walton.
lixemplifying character. leadership, scholarship, and service are the veteran members of the Honor Society. Fin! ro-w, lfgfr
to right: jeanelllalton, Amanda Clekas, and Sarah Shaw. Sfvwid row, lfjfl In right: Mrs. Leila Rogers, sponsor, Paul
Hardin, Paul lfriedman. ,layne Roach, Sophia Stetlan, Barbara Lowe. Betty jo Ring. and Ralph lilden.
.-Xs a means of raising money. the society
undertook two principal projects. lfirst was the
selling of stationery, and second, the sale of' per-
sonal cards in the spring.
The State National Honor Society Conven-
tion. which proved interesting as well as edu-
cational, was attenzlei by members of the local
chapter who thoroughly enioycd their trip and
brought back many helpful suggestions.
Following the adage that we must practice
what we preach. the Honor Society held regular
meetings for the purpose of' discussing its qualili-
eations. laying particular stress upon character.
These discussions. which were also taken to the
student body through various channels, were
well received and proved beneficial to the school
Climaxing the activities ol- the Honor Society
each year is the eagerly anticipated Honor
Society Service Award, which this year was
given to Betty .lo Ring.
"Dona say it. write it." suggest .layne Roach and Patil
Hardin. determining their hnaneial status alter a hard
day ol selling Honor Soelety stationery.
Senior inenibers ofthe National llonor Society inducted in january are.jir.tl mic. left tn rigllf: ,loyce liearns, Ovid Kearns.
Betty Sue Coletrane. Dolly Hedgeeoeli. Ann .-Xthanas..Iune Smith. Suzanne lfarnhardt, lfasilia Caxarnos, Barbara George,
and Betty -lo Hedrick. Sffllllif mir. lzjfr to right: Peggy Russell. jud Ruth, Dick Davenport. john Hall. Bill Gray. jim
Hardison, joe Aaron, Donald lluirber. and Betty l,ee Dickens.
Xfhcrcvcr thcrc's achicvcuicnt thc otticcrs of thc Bcta Ciluli
arc always thcrc. 'llicy arc, lzjff In rigllr: Paul lfricdman.
prcsidcnt: .Xliss lfmma Xlilling, faculty adviscrg -Ioycc
Kcarns, sccrctary, and liilly Stutts. vicc-prcsidcnt.
Our Beta Club
Banqucts, partics, and an annual statc convcn-
tion wcrc on thc agcnda for thc Bcta Club this
ycar, proving that tht-rc is morc to an honorary
scholastic socicty than mcrc scholarship. lfnlcr
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thc lcadcrship of Miss lfmma Milling, faculty
adviscr, thc club, which is composcd of only
juniors and scniors, was vcry activc this ycar.
lfarly in the ycar an cducational survcy was
madc, compiling information conccrning collcgcs
thc scniors will attcnd, planncd profcssions, and
similar data, which providcd thc school with
valuablc statistics. Highlighting thc ycar's ac-
tivitics was thc annual Bcta Club Convcntion,
which was hcld in Ralcigh this ycar.
lfach ycar upon graduation, mcmbcrs who havc
madc an avcragc of nincty two or abovc during
Sctting a prcccdcnt for thc scholasticly ambitious arc thc
mcmbcrs of thc Bcta Club. Firxr mug Irift to righr: Don
Hclsalicck, Basilia Cavarnos, Paul Hardin, Phyllis Lucas,
and Dollic Moscr. Sammi mu, lejfr to right: Billy
Stutts, Pcggy Russcll, Paul Friedman, Amanda Gckas,
and Sarah Shaw. Standing, lzjff to righr: janc Roach,
Ralph Tildcn, and joycc Kearns,
"Bally lierpfsn installed during the hill inalnetion of the Bern Chili .ire.jirxf mit, lzjfl In right: :Xnne Xlnrlerte, .Xlzirilyn
Rohinerre. lfrhel Nlae llill. Reheeeii Dickens. Xliiry lfriinees Floyd. Uurn 'lean Sielverr. Shirley liirkiniin, Anil Uiilrer l.ee
Travis. Sffllllif mix, lfjfr fn riglll: Berry Willis. .Xlgirgniret l.irtle. Uviil Kearns. Peggy Haitheoek. liohhy Hopkins. :Xnn
.-Xthanns. ,liiekie Nleekins. and Wiirren ffloilfelrer, 'lillirii mls. lfjfl fn rrqlllf lfdirh lfrye. Xliiry I-1ll.i Cforliey. .lime Smith.
,loyee Diiwkins. Dorothy Blnek. lflon Nixon. ,lean Short. Betty Sehiiltheiss. Betsy Uvliire. and ljnrsy Cilodfelrer. lfnurfli
rung Izjfl tn rzgllf: -leryl lliighes. liirlmnirni l,oxx e. Hill lfrinlnlle, llheiiinell jones. Donzihl llnirlwer. llonahl Goins. Dixie
Vlilson, llohhy Padgett. and Ciolalston llgirris.
their four years in high school are honoreil hy
having their names inseriheil on 21 silver plaque
nlisplayell in the lihrnry.
Local nieinhers are informeal of the activities
of' other chapters of the national orgniriiziitioii
through the Hur.: H1111 ln11H1.1! ro which they inay'
Ulheers for I9-L7--H4 xx ere Paul lfriellinari.
president. Billy Sriirts. viee-presidentg and ,Ioyee
.-Xhsorheil in rrmlirioniil and ilepennliilmle service of the Bern Cfhih some of its ineinlrers rally elliieitioniil survey lvlnnlis.
lhey are. lfjjf fn V1-Lfllff Don Helsnlreelc. Paul lfrieilinxiii. Don lhiirher. joyee lxeiirns. Bimlm Cfiiiyiriios. and ,Xlnry lullli
li -v Club ollfcers Charles Simmons. vice-presidentq Ralph Tilden
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secretaryg and Robert Boyles, president agree that a smile a day , ' KK!
keeps the blues away.
Once again the lligh Point "edition" ol' Key
Club lnternational has turned in a very creditable
performance. .Nlecting at the Asia Restaurant
every 'liliursday night, the uchow mangeu ad-
dicts have managed not only to down the Chinese
dish, but have dished up enough work for the
"brothers" to last them for some time. They
have set as a goal for themselves the renovation
of the high sehool track in order that the com-
fcrcnce speedsters and jumpers may have a fine
ficld on which to perform.
ln addition, they are raising money with which
to pay a scholarship to college for some worthy
boy, and have taken it upon themselves to clean
the sehool grounds.
Starting the year with a bang, the local club
played host to the organizing convention of' the
Carolinas District. After completing the paper
worlc that goes with organizing, and not being
opposed to the opposite sex, the club gave a big
dance for its g'llCSl'S. .Nluch of' the success ol'
this convention was due to Dick Davenport,
lnternational Key Club vice-president.
As the Christmas spirit lit up the angelic faces
of' the students, thc club sponsored the annual
sale of' Christmas trees from which all proceeds
went to the scholarship fund.
Later in the season, the club held its annual
.Nlotherls Night during which the boys were
Mom's beaux for the evening.
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Ybp: Heywood and .Xlax "putting it away" at a liey Club
supper, agree there's nothing better than pork chops. Hn
mm: "'l'his is a lovely way to spend an evening" and lie
Llubbers and their dates at the lxey Klub District dance
don't need a second invitation.
Grady .-Xnderson and Charles SHIIIUOIIS lean against ye olde Hngpole relaxing in the thought that "n1ll's f-Qlil'iI1UPPUI'fLlI1ifj'H
while lxermeth lngr.1m. Robert lirmyles and Ralph I llden, elezm the selmol grounds,
Rey ffltllmlmersjirxl mir. iff! fo rlqllf: Bobby YUIIHYS, Kenneth lIlgf'2llIl, jimmy Hurtlisrm. joe .'x1lI'UI1,2lIld Dick IDZIYCHPUTI.
Srmrm' mir: lfjfl to right, Paul l'1fiL'dII1LlIL 'lllki UIQIIUIHPSUIL Heywuml Ulxshburn. .X1llX rlqhllflllllll. Don Martin. Ray llny-
worth, .mul Grady :Xmierson. 'lkllirtf role, XftIll1flllQ, fzjff In l'f4Lf1lf.' -Iulm Hull, Bobby joe Hickey, .Ind Ruth, jerry Hester.
Ralph VIQHJCII, and Robert Bmyles.
Nlarilyn Robinette, editor-in-chief, sharpens her
pencils before sharpening her wits and settling
down for a long season of journalistic thought.
Ybp riglfr: Good news travels fast as Suzanne Slate passes
out uthe literary matter" to Xlargaret Little and Barbara
Nlabrey. Bllfflllll lfjfff UNew news makes for good
news" confirm Poilzfei' feature editor, Betty -Io Hedrick
and feature staff: Nlazie Strickland. Betty Sue
trane, and lilo" liiinsey. Carolyn Andrews was absent
when picture was taken. Harrow riifln: Ads a
:none ' supply and 'Xlax Qho-if' Shirley Gallimore Suzanne
y . 1 . . . 5 . . 1 - , .
Slate, and Robert Ladehofi sean newspapers for o
Another spoke in the wheel of' activities that
revolves daily around life at High Point lligh
is an old and well established institutionf'l'l1z'
IJ0fllIt'I' -s the school newspaper,
Although actual production got ofli to a late
start, at first about two weeks were spent in
classroom study during which Miss Muriel
Bulwinlcle, l'ni11f1'1' adviser. carefully placed be-
fore a comparatively 'lgreenn crew the fiunda-
mentals ofi journalism. Meanwhile, an enter-
prising business staff was busily scouting the
town for ads to help finance the publication.
The all-important position of' editor-in-chief'
was assigned to an experienced iunior. Xlarilyn
Robinette. Aided and abbetted by Paul Hardin,
managing editor, and .ludson Ruth, associate
editor, the three were constantly searching for
new ideas, that is, between issues. Daily, during
sixth period, Flbny Flcachey and Frank Slaydon,
sports editors, generally could be found en route
to the coach's office gathering material. Chief
'fnosc for news hounds" were Don Thurber
and jackie Meekins, news editors. Betty jo
Hedrick, feature editor, ,lo Kimsey, Betty Sue
Coletrane, Mazie Strickland, and Carolyn An-
drews duly claim greatest part of the eredit for
the feature section. Chief headliner Paul Fried-
man completed the staff which wrote the paper.
On the business staff, ehiefhustler was Gladys
Linthicum, assisted by staff members Shirley
Clallimore, Max Shoaf, Robert Ladehoff, Hubert
McCain, Suzanne Slate, Margaret Little, and
led by Mrs.W'alden, business adviser. Kathe-
rine Hester served as circulation manager.
Gladys Linthicum. business manager, gives a last minute
check-up of her pride and ioy, the advertisements. before
the presses begin to roll.
Botmm rigllr: "A hint to the wise is suHicient,'--the
Pointrr associate editor. jud Ruth. managing editor. Paul
Harding associate managing editor, Paul Friedman: and
Xlrs. .Xluriel Bulwmkle. adviser, investigate an issue of
the Pflirltfr to profit by past mistakes.
Ybp Itjff: lt's l'oil1n'r time as sports editors lfrank Slay'
don and Nlimy Teachey pour over a copy fresh off the
press. Harrow ffffiff Probing the l'oir1tf'r. news editors
jackie .Xleekins and Donald lhurber "look the situation
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Promoters of speeeh and diction these Masque and Gavel otlieers are, lqft tn righf:
Barbara C-eorge, r secretary., Paul Hardin, sergeant-at-arms, jeane Walton,
treasurerg Walter lice, president, and Barbara Lowe, viee-president.
Masque .And Gavel
Students who dotc on diction are Masque and Gavel
memlmers, jirxf mar, Ifjfr In rigllf: Amanda Gekas, Suz-
anne llarnliardt, Sarah Shaw, Katherine Hester, .leane
Walton, Betty Sue Coletrane, Cflariann Xlassey, Barbara
George, and Betty jo Hedrick. Swrwin' rum, lqff rn riglll:
Nancy Greer, Betsy Bolling, Ann .-Xthanas, Basilia Clayar-
nos, Peggy Russell. Nliclcey Klarsh, Sophia Stetliau, and
Betty jo Ring. Third mic, Ifjfi tn right: joe Aaron,
joyee Kearns, lileanor Xlinnis, Ovid Kearns, jane Roaeh,
and Miss Ruth Goodman, sponsor. FOIIVIII rnfw, lrjft fn
right: Betsy Baker, Walter lice, Barbara Lowe, and
'lo liimsey. Fifth row, ftiff rn right: jack Steed, George
lfreeinan, Ralph Tilden, and Paul Hardin.
Ncw inductccs of thc .Nlasquc and Gavcl arc, jirxr ro-15, lqfl In right: Barbara Lcc. .Nlargarct l.ittlc, jcan Kcarns, Scotty
Cfook, .Xlarilyn Robincttc, jane Bcain, Dura jcan Sicbcrt. Sara liarricr, Carolyn Murray, and jackic Nlcckins. Se'mm1'mu',
lfjfr rn right: Nancy launbcth, joannc Hihitc, Gladys Linthicum, Dot licndall, Xlazic Strickland, lfvclyn Nancc, Barbara
Mabrcy, Boonic Davis, Martha Hodgin, and Ruth Nlonroc. Tlliriz' mir, Irjft Io rigllrf Cfharlcs Xlcffonkcy, lictty Suc
Young, lictty Draughn, Dorla Stcphcns, junc Smith, Dollic Nloscr, Max Thurinan, .Iinuny Hardison, Bobby Padgctt,
liobby Xounts, and jon liarncs. FUIIVIII mic, lrjf! In riglllf Bill Ciray, Paul lfricdinan, llobby Ncill. Dcwcy Circcr. Hcy-
wood xxzisiiiitim, Pcrry licziah. licnt jackson, jcrry Hcstcr, and Bob Narrcn.
At thc Dcccinbcr Nlasquc and Gavcl inductions Barbara
flcorgc rcads thc naincs of thc ncw inductccs. Uld
.Nlasquc and Gavcl incinbcrs arc scatcd in thc background. A
Spccchcs, acting ability, and an cvcr rcady
flow of words is all it took to bccomc a mcmbcr
of thc Masque and Gavcl Society at its annual
induction on Dcccmbcr 3, 1947. This organiza-
tion, which strivcs to promote achicvcmcnt in
spccch, has bchind it an intcrcsting rccord.
High Point High School bccamc a chartcr
chaptcr of thc Masquc and Gavel in 1941. This
young group workcd so cnthusiastically, that
by thc cnd of thc sccond year, our school was
onc of thc thrcc schools in the nation sclcctcd as
having the bcst all-round chapter activity. AS a
rcsult of this achicvcmcnt, Nliss Ruth Goodman,
thc faculty adviscr, scrvcd as national prcsidcnt
for two ycars.
This past ycar, thc Masque and Ciavcl was
again vcry activc. lt provided spcakcrs for the Q
High School World Pcacc Contest. Onc of thc jj., y
mcmbcrs, Dcwcy Clrccr, was placcd sccond in ,sf A fn
thc state finals of thc "I Speak For lDctnocracy" X F'
radio spcaking contcst. i
'lialks and LllSCLlSSlfJI1S on the Arts, Prepara-
tion for Marriage, blobs and Careers, Poise and
Personality, Personal and Family Relations, and
Religion have been the varied programs' for Y- ,
Teens during this year. Outside these programs,
in the individual clubs, the Y-Teens have par-
ticipated in the Cancer Drive and in the March
of Dimes campaign.
ln August, 1947, a southern regional con-
ference of Y-Teens was held at Camp lllahee
near Brevard, North Carolina. Barbara l.ee,
Peggy Culler, Helen Cariss, and Betty -lo Hed-
rick, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Hollar rep-
resented High Point.
'lhe North Carolina State Y-'l'eens Conference
was held in Raleigh November I4-16. Those
attending from High Point were Barbara l.owe,
Peggy Rose Stevens, Betty l.ou Underwood,
Dolly Moser, .loann XYright, l,orene Kivett,
Mary l.ee Church, Rebecca Dickens, Susan
Sink, Peggy Alexander, Shirley Rae Callimore,
Marcia Church, .lo Ann l,owe, Billie Ann Slate,
and Helen Martin. All these girls came baek
with their heads full of ideas and have worked to
bring about better relations in their clubs.
Senior Y-'leens are, first ro-mc, lfjff to right: Iileanor Minnis,
pf 3 ' """"'
The senior Y-Teens have a monthly supper
meeting at the YWYC.-X with their adviser,
Mrs. Frank Marks. Similarly the iuniors have
had a number of suppers where they have learned
to cook ltalian spaghetti from their adviser, Mrs.
john Birkner, who has just recently arrived in
the United States from her former home in
ltaly. Uther advisers are Mrs. Dorothy Ches-
brough who directs the sophomores and Miss
Betsy Dixon, who in addition to being Y-'it-en
director is freshman adviser.
june Smith, Mary Frances Hunter, joyce Dawkins, Betty
M'illis, Katherine Hester, joyce Kearns, and joAnn Wright. Semlld mu: Betty Teague, Mary Corn, Louise Hutchins,
joyce Meredith, Doris Stone, and Betty jo Ring. Y1lIfViiTll'U,'f Betsy Bolling, Peggy Russell, Ruth Hyde, Nancy Cauble,
and Barbara Tobias.
l.ijff.' .Xlciiilicn ol' rho sophoniorc Yflqccns girc. -firxl mir, lijft rv rilullff Peggy Cnllcr. llcrry lliixtcr .incl Vlcnin :Xrinliclcl
Srimiil rms: Shirlcy iliilliinorc. Carolyn Anilrcu s. and Crirric lioylcs. Tllim' rms: Bcity 'lo Snider. .Nlzircigi Church,
L1llLl'l0.1I1Il Uviscliiiiii. lfonrtli rms: Peggy Clark. Xlonu Pcnningron, ginel lfliziilmcth NlcCoin. l"'ifI11 mir: Nzincy Klon-
roc, ljcggy .-Xlcxiimlcr. iinil Shirlcy .-Xllrcil. Right: "Chicucronc," iunior Y-Tccns .irc.-firxf mit. lift ro ri-M1113 Carolyn
Xliirriiy. Scotty Cook. pinil lilly l,nc1is. Sf't'llllif 11115: ,Xliizic Striclilzinil. N1lIlL'l"l0SlIlll'll. .inll PM Nlcycrs. Tllirii mic:
Rclmcccni lJlCliCI1S.-IOLIIIIIL' llivisl Chgirlcnc llioniiis. ginil llctty Pcgrniin. Hflzrlll mic: Dum vlcain Siclicrr. l,oi1isc Uixcill,
ginil lictty ,XlL'l'111I'llllg. lfiflll mir: Xliiry Alicc lfilwiirils, l.orcnc liivcrr, and Susan Sink. 51,1111 rms: .Xliirggirct l,ittlc,
,Xlnrilyn Rohincrrc. iinil -lc-gin lic-urns. Si'1w1r!1 mir: Sara lliirricr. Dot licnnlgill, and lioonic lhyis.
Senior Y-'ll-uns arc, firxl runs, lift in richf: ,ICZIIIC lllilton, Peggy Rosc Srcvcns. Alice lhonipson, Barbara George, Surah
Sliiixy. zinil l,ois King. Sffllllill mis, frifl In fl4LflIf.' llctty l.0l1 lfnilcrwoonl. -liinc Huclizihy. Snzunnc llariilmrilr, Clariann
Nliisscy. llc-try -lo llcclriclx. Put Nlurpliy, and Boliliic Hinklc. 'I'l1ird ro-up lijfl to right: llgirlmrii Nicholson, jo Kiniscy,
Barbara l,owc, llixic Hciidcrson. 'Indy Rockwcll, iinil Ovid Kczirns.
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Dynamic debaters ofthe lforensic League are,jirxj rms, lrjft to riglli: Dollic Moser, Garolyn Andrews, Betty Sue Noting,
Norman Schwartz, jeane Walton, and Sophia Stcll an. St't'0lIif rn-15, lfjfr fn rilcln: Betsy Baker, Betty jean Pegram, Nancy
Snider, jackie Xleekins, and Ralph lfdwards.
How the Debating Club, otherwise known as
the Forensic League, has managed to survive
the current period of indifference to debating is
a mystery to some people. To the members of
the club, however, this is no puzzle, because
they know that, no matter what the odds, as
long as thcrc are some who love an argument,
there will always be a debating club.
Not only has this organization survived with
its small membership, it has really ugone places"
this year, having debated many schools in the
vicinity of High Point as well as its annual op-
ponents in the Triangular Debates. The team
taking part in the latter was composed of jackie
Nicekins and Sophia Steflian on the aflirmative
with Drewry Greer and Kent jackson taking
the negative. Clyde Garrison and jcane Vlhlton
were alternates. The query was Resolved:
That thc Federal Government should require
arbitration of labor disputes in all basic American
The capable officers who, along with the club
adviser, Miss Gladys Watson, have made possible
the successful season of debating were Sophia
Steflian, president, Nancy Snider, vice-president,
jeane Walton, secretary, and jackie Nleckins,
Wishing to become a member of the National
Forensic League, the club is trying to obtain
enough points in speaking to make this ambi-
tion a reality.
Alert and active orlieers of the lforensic League are,
,Ylfffl1AQ.'jCLlI1C Walton and Sophia Stetlfang ,vt.u1i1'i11g: jackie
.Nleekins and Nancy Snider.
Sports-minded .Nlonograni Club otlieers are jim! mic: Bill
Rae Hunsuekcr. sergeant-at-arms, and Bill Campbell,
treasurer. St'l'lIl1if rn-1:5 Nelvin Cooper. president, and
T. C. lsom. vieefpresident. Charles ,XleConkey. secretary,
was not present when picture was taken.
Une of the recently organized clubs in
High Point High School is the Monogram Club.
This new organization was formed with the
purpose of prompting and upholding the highest
athletic standards and creating a closer bond of
fellowship and loyalty among lettermen.
Membership in this organization is available to
any letterman of High Point High School. All
members are admitted upon the recommenda-
tion of the coaching staff and are then accepted
by vote of the club.
Heading the five man executive board of the
Monogram Club this year were Nelvin Cooper,
presidentg T. C. lsom, vice-president, Charles
McConkey, secretaryg Bill Campbell, treasurer,
and Hill Hunsucker, sergeant-at-arms.
The Monogram Club, aided by the Key Club,
was responsible for the football programs for
the home games during football season this year.
First in the Black l3ison's sports world are members of the Monogram club. Fin! row. lzjfl I0 righl: lfddic VVhite, Ted
llvans, Robert Smith, jack Petty, Gene Dillard, Kenneth Bryant, VV. B. Miller, jack VVhite, and jack Ridge, Sfwnd mfw:
.Xlilton Chandler, Richard Crowder, Bill Rae Hunsuelcer, Kenneth Xarborough. Bobby Baird. Spencer Hurley, jimmy
Rickert, 'If C. lsom. Charles MeConlcey, and Bill Saunders. Third rom: -lim Allen. Truett Grant, Russell Blackburn,
D. C. Kennedy. Bill Seekler, and Bill Campbell.
Our F.H.A. Girls
,lust imagine spending a xveelc at White lultel
'lihe lfuture llomemnlters and their advisers zit-
hlune. This organization, xvhieh is made up o
students studying home economies in high
sehool, gives girls opportunities to develop
leadership, to broaden iieqiiniiitnnees, and to be-
come state and national otlieers ot' the lfuture
llomemalcers ol' :Xnierie1i.
lhe High Point ehnpter has lieen organized
and directed this year hy .Xliss .Xlury lillu ln-
grqun. Among the sueeessliul money making
projects undertaken by rhe girls was the sale of
Delegates from our ehapter attended the dis-
triet nieetingi held in l ligh Point at vvhieh .Nlaxine
lfairloxve vials eleeted stzite piirliaiinentiiriiin.
tend this eump each year during the month of
perieneed l'ill:X officers gather 'round to keep the
ne fires cooking. 'lliey .ire, lrjfl In flllfflff Sylyi
'li1te, llpirlmru llnvis, Doris Sl'L1IIlk'f'. clllfillyll Xlorris
Ovid lxenrns. Dixie Henderson, und Aloyee lliivvlvins.
lillfllft'HC3IIlCIllLlliL'FSOl-.'XI1lL'I'lC2iLlI'L'.-fll'XfI'01l.',lIffiffIl rigfll: Pstsy lfnidy. Doris White, Uell1i5triClQlund. Betty :Xnn Steele
lflorrie Russell, .Nlona Pennington. und lflizulmeth .NleCoin. Svrolliz' rn-13, .Xliirgnret Xlefinllister, Constance Davis. Betty
Sue Myers, Ciiirolyn Klorris, lfyulen Simmons, Betty Sue Saunders, and l,LlllI'Cl'I'2l lflliot. 'l'l1mlrn'u': llessie Gray. Nancy
Holloway, Betty .lean lluelv. lloliliie .-Xnn Cirissett. Sylvia iliite. Nnney Nlelloxxell, Peggy l3e1in.'Sur1i -lones, Sum l"orlJis
joyee llnxvlcins, .Xlnrgnret l,ittle. lliivin liee ilenguc. Dixie Henderson, Ovid lxenrns, :ind lflon Nixon. l"onrfl1 mil
Betty -lo Green, lfileen Turner. lflliinette Andrews, Yirginm Wvenver, -lean Katherine XlllI'I'lU'..lll3l1lf1l Nlellutlie. Sliirlex
Hollovvgiy, Doris Stniney, llelores lieelv. liarlnirni Davis. :ind l'i,lll1llPk'fll Pezltross.
lajfl: lndianapolis Syinphony eellist, Charles Xledlin, .w'nfr'if, takes a lJusnian's holiday as lie explains a niurie passage to
Naney Xlitehell, Betty Cusworth. Geraldine lirawley, and jean Weekly. Riglll: .Xlusie nionarehs Donnie Silver. eon-
eert niaster, Xliss X irginia l-rank, orehestra directory and .-Xnianda Ciekas, eoneert iiustress, review a niusieal seore.
With an average membership ol' +5 partiei-
pants and an almost eoinplete syinphonie in-
strumentation, the senior high orchestra gives
three perliormanees a year. The orchestra
again entered the annual North Carolina .Nlusie
Contest at Wonian's College in Cireenslmoro this
year, where, for the past several years, it has
reeeived the Class :X rating of one.
Responsible for this outstanding sueeess was
.Nliss Virginia lfrank, who took eharge of the
orehestra in 1927, unsellishly devoting her time
and efforts to presenting a hetter group eaeh
year. Ahly assisting her are the eoneert master
and mistress, Donnie Silver and .Xnianda Ciekas.
Development ol' a love and taste for the world's
standard repertoire, and the aehievement of indi-
vidual and group exeellenee in perl-ormanee are
the main ohieetives of the orehestra, along with
helping develop the student's total personality
and providing the eoniniunity with performances
,Xleniliers of the high school orehestra are First rirflifix: Amanda Gekas, Donnie Silver, Norman Sohnehen, Annie Sue
Alverson, Ruth Hyde. Darrell Beverly, Clara Yarliorough. Rachel Leonard, jane Chainelin, Charles Stout, and Nancy
Lewis, Swrulii 11'iuIi11x.' Cilariann Xlassey, Ann Xlarlette. Dura jean Siehert, Nancy Monroe, Darene Calhoun, and lfdna
Wall Sinith. jvflllili' Shirley Kirknian, jean Short, ard Nlareeline Ayers, Vinlil1z'f'llo,v.' jean Weekly, Geraldine
lirawley, Betty Cusworth. and Nancy Xlitehell. l7n11l1lz' 13.1r.rz'.r: Virginia Saunders and Ralph lilden. fdbbtf liolrliy
Hopkins. I-'lnfrxf Betty Lee Diekens and Nancy Cauhle. C'l.1rim'tr.' lfarl Wayne Kearns, and Roliert Brady. Hay-
.i'nml.' john l.eslie Andrews. llorllx' Charlene il honias and Robert Xledlin. Cl0H1t'f,V.' Bill lfriddle, Bud Xlontgoniery.
ard ll, 'li llartlev. 71f0llII70l1t'X.' Bill White and lietsv White. H,1rifw1z': jaek Kay. l'rrr11xi'1ffr1: liill Gray and ,lack
Ring. I 1
A Cappella members, first ww, iff! to righl are: Don Martin, james
Michaels, and jeane Vhalton. Second row: Vernon Taylor, Nick
Hapilias, and Peggy Rose Stephens, Third row: Yan Boyles, Carolyn
Murray, and Barbara George. Fourlh row: Robert Dixon, Amanda
Gekas, and joAnn YVright. Fifth ww: Perry McDowell, Dot Lewis,
and joAnn Greene. Sixth mfw: Kenneth james, Rebecca johnson,
and Sophia Steffan. Smwlth row: Vivian Baisey, Eleanor Minnis,
and NVilma Barker. Eighth mu: lrivelyn Solomon and Betty jo
'Llfair are the meadowsg fairer still the wood-
lands," a soft hum, and reverent silence from
the audiencefso begins the theme song of the
A Cappella Choir. This song, with its religious,
earnest mood, is typical of a choir which, under
the direction of Carl Cl. N. Constedt, has be-
come one of the most creditable assets of' High
Point High School.
The A Cappella Choir, organized in 194-0 by
Mr. Cronstedt has long' been known for the unity,
spirit, and co-operation of its members. It was
With a Udo, re, mi" james Michaels goes through his musical
calisthemcs for Mr. Cronstedt.
Three making ready-A they're sure to go. lt's the high
school trio, lfffl to right: Betty jo Smith, Ruth lillen
Monroe and Sophia Stefian with Dot Lewis at the piano.
through this co-operation this year that the choir
sang for outlying' communities, as well as local
civic clubs and leading churches.
Une of' thc outstanding highlights of the
Christmas season was the annual presentation
ofthe HMessiah" by the combined choruses with
local soloists particapating.
Leading A Cappella activities were Buddy
Vaughn, presidentg Sonny Connor, vice-prcsi-
dentg Barbara Cieorge, sccretaryg and Vivian
Baisey and llot Kendall, co-librarians. Section
leaders were Betty jo Smith and Ruth lfllcn
Xlonroe, sopranog Sophia Steflian, altog Paul
Hardin, tenorg and Skip Vaughn, bass.
A Cappella choir officers arc. lfjft to rigln: Skip Vaughn,
presidentg Vivian Baiscy, lihrariang Barbara George,
secretaryg Dot Kendall, assistant lihrariang and Sonny
A few of "Curly's li'1 Hulk" give their vocal chords a
work out. I.rjl'I ta right: Paul Hardin, john Hall, Sonny
Connor, Kenneth james, and Skip Vaughn. Mr. Cron-
stcdt plinks the ivories to assurc pitch.
A Cappella members arejirxr mms, left to right: Betty Sue Colerrane,
Sonny Connor, and Alvis lfnnis. Sfrovm' rms: Ann Arhanas, Ruth
,Xlonroe and Skip Vaughn. Third mix: lfvelyn Nance, lfddic Myers,
and lfvcretr ltfllington. PWUIIFTII mis: .lane Roach, jimmy Hardison, and
Fred Connally. Fifrll mu: jeanettc Davis, Thad l.cvincr, and George
Freeman. Sixth rout Dot Kendall. .Nlary lflla Coffey. and johnny
Raper. Sl"T.'t'lIflI mix: Berry jo Smith, john Hall, and Paul Hardin,
The trumpets sound and the drums roll. Our
High Point lligh School band moves with preci-
sion on to the muddy' field, where it is beginning
to feel very niuch at home. With the last strains
of the "lYashington and l,ee Swing," the hand
tiles oil with the satisfaction of a job well done.
liut wait, let us go behind the scenes. lfach
afternoon, Monday through Friday, weird and
lost chords may he heard escaping from the
music wing until, under the direction ol. julian
Helms, the chords are found and brought into
harmony. lfrom here, the band proceeds to the
athletic held, where the formations are worked
out in detail and rehearsed. XYitl1 the leadership
Left: .Xlice 'llhoinpson und Fred Cionnzrlly, druin inzliorettc and nmior talk things over with lmnd director, Xlr. julian
lleluis. Righl: lieatin' gums instead ol drums are ineinlmers ol the percussion section ol the lmnd. lejlf In rixqlff: Clayton
Cranford, 'linnny Allred, Bill Gray, "Pee-W cc' Wurdell, und Lloyd Nance.
of its director and the co-operation of its members
thc show gradually takes shape so that by lfriday
the group is prepared for the big night.
Nlr. Helms, who hails from Charlotte, has
the enthusiam and ideas for the makings of a
real band. This was particularly evident when
'lihe members of the high school band are:
Allred, ,I. Fountain, R. Parkinson, M.
Andrews, j. L. Friddle, B. Pons, A.
Bailey, B. Garrison, C. Ruth, ul.
Baldwin, B. Geddie, K. Saimiels, B.
Ball, B. George, B. Sawyer, A.
Bartsch, B. R. Glenn, D. R. Scarce, j.
Beauchamp, li. Gray, B. Shipwash, A.
Beaver, T. Hayes, .l. Short, B.
Black, B. G. Hayworth, B. Shufelt, C.
Bohler, Allan Hedrick, K. Slaydon, lf.
Brady, R. Honbarrier, B. Sloan, H.
Bundy, R. Hudson, G. Sloan, H.
Burrows, -I. Hurley, Surrett, C.
Cameron, j. jcster, D. Swarrzberg, D.
Carmichael, li. jones, C. Thomas, C.
Carpenter, R. Kay, j. Thompson, A.
Cauble, N. Kearns, lf. VKfigoncr, D. L
Caughman, H King, bl. Wall, B.
Chatham, l. Kimsey, bl. VVard, rl.
Clapp, H. Long, R. Vlflardell, R.
Conally, F. Medlin, B. VYhitc, B.
Corn, C. l.. Montgomery, B. VVhitlow, R.
Cranford, C. Morris, D. W'ilson, D.
Monroe, R. l"
fuller, j. Murphy, -I. Vlbod, H. D.
Davis, H. Murphy. P. Ybrk, B. R.
Dickens. B. l.. fNleConkey, C. Zimmerman, I.
lfllison, Carl Nance. l.. Zimmerman. N
the band was asked to represent North Carolina
by putting on the halflshow at the Shrine Bowl
Following the presentation of several varied
programs, it participated in the State Contest
where it received high rating awards.
,lihese high steeping baton mistresses are the maiorettes who strut with our band. They arc, lcjft In righl: 'glow Kimsey
Barbara George, Alice 'I hompson, head, Pat Alurphy, and Barbara Smart.
Black Bisons enjoy cxrcnsivc sports with standard uniHmrms and 21 capable coaching staff
he cheers of the spectators,
the thrill of singing a school
song . . . this is where school
spirit begins, for athletics sig-
nify the love of living as well
as the enthusiasm of youth.
When the first public school
was opened, one of' the needs
felt most keenly was that of a
physical education program.
That need has been realized,
for today, the athletic is one
of the most extensive as well
as popular departments in High
Point High School.
llid x on ever sec a dream walking . . .? XXL-ll, they did. liootball co-Captains Bean Cfampliell and lliruett Grant ''reinemlicrwhen.H
.Xlthough the Black liison of l947 did not roll
up an impressive record of wins, it must be
handed to them that they did light, mostly in the
mud, since a great percentage of the games were
played under the downpouring skies. Having
won three games and tied three, they did not let
the four defeats go so easily.
Coaches Tony Simeon and Carroll Bowen led
their charges to a 7-0 victory in the opening
game at Reidsville. lfnd, Bill Hunsucker, caught
a pass from 'l'. C. lsom after a drive to the two
yard line, while highlighting the game was Bill
l'lllington's 70 yard punt from behind his own
ln the second start, the local team outplayed a
highly favored Nlcflallic Prep from Chattanooga,
Tennessee, but fell victim of the 'lslcepcr endw
play and had to settle with a IZ-I2 tic. The
following week our team traveled to Durham,
bringing back another tie, this one being a 6-6
lilacli Bison coaches are. lijff In riligllff Vlohnny Crowder. as
sistant coach. Head Coach A-X. Simeon, and Carroll Bowen
iuiiior varsity coach.
Right, Ifjfl to right: Max ward, Bobby Hayworth, andj
Burlington's powerful Bulldogs rolled over
the Locals 25-6 to score the most decisive victory
of the year. A 55 yard pass from Bill lfllington
to Charlie jones netted the lone touchdown for
the Pointers. The next two games were uheart-
breakers," losing only by one touchdown to
both Lexington and Salisbury.
ln the peak performance of the season, the
blue clad Pointers scored early and held Charlotte
Central, conference champion, to a 6-6 deadlock
in the mud of Memorial Stadium. It was then
that they lost the services of T. C. lsom, who
suffered an ankle iniury. Maintaining their
pace, they came back to roll over Asheville
26-IZ before a crowd of High Pointers.
Next came our arch-rivals, the VVhirlies of
Greensboro. The Bison jumped to a 14-0 lead
early in the game, but fell victim to the W'hirlie's
passing attack and wound up on the short end
of a 21-I4 score. The season ended with a
decisive I3-O win over R. UI. Reynolds of Hin-
.Nlany ol' our players were honored during the
season. Richard Crowder was named on the all-
conference team with Bill Campbell and played
in the first Shrine Bowl game which originated
in High Point this year. lsom and Campbell
were named the most valuable back and linesman
by the popular vote ot' the community. At the
football banquet .lim Allen and Kenneth Yar-
borough were named co-captains of next year's
team, while Bill Campbell received the most
valuable player award by virtue of the team's
lajft: Football managers "let up" to catch their breath. Left to right: l'Nos" Alman, Billy jones and -lim Neely.
oe Don Vkiillard run out late for practice.
Football scores for the '47 season were:
, . .Durham
, . .Salisbury
. . .Asheville
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Members ofthe junior Varsity football teain arc, lfjfl Io right, jirxt rms: Donald Hicks, Harlan Burton, Buddy Nance,
Dick Curley, Vkilliani hlyers, Wade lfvans, Fred Cilacsner, Bobby Baird, Pete jones, Darrell Yoncannon, VV. Metcalfe,
and Yal Kearns. Sf'l'0l1lf row: Bucky Brown, Don Morris, Roystcr Tucker, Darrell VYinslow, Gilbert Kearns, lfred
lfarnier, Leonard Del,app, Ralph Brown, Charles Gregory, jilniny lfreeuian, Alinon Butler, Bill Wright, Cioldston llarris,
Donald Poindexter, and Kenneth Wilkerson, manager. Thiriz' rnfw: Don Leviner, George Bright, Bobby Logan, Bob
lfountain, Ned Weatherford, Bill Allen, Charlie johnson, .Xlax 'l'hurnian, Bobby Bundy, Douglas Stutts, Perry McDowell,
Bill Ring, Harold Reid, Dane Ciuyer, and Ray Cireen.
Football boys who are watching the gaine while they keep the bench warm are from lqft In righf: Robert jones, Bobby
Hayworth, Nlax Ward, joe Don Vlillard, David Brewer, and Clayton Reed.
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for the toss up.
Called by many as one of the greatest basket-
ball teams the state has yet produced, the great-
est team High Point High School has ever turned
out, elimaxcd a brillant season of play by captur-
ing thc coveted N. C. State Championship crown.
The Black Bison, in having the most fruitful
season of any local squad, tasted the bitterness
of defeat only once in twenty-eight games and
this came at the hands of a non-conference foe
lsowi, manager Gimxi, Center
at the Mid-South tournament in Greenville,
C. However in this same tournament the
Bison basketeers bounced back to wallop VVilson
and bring back the consolation trophy.
Lcd by eo-captains Richard Crowder and
Billy Ray Hunsucker the local cagers started the
season playing championship ball which con-
tinued throughout the hazardous schedule, in-
dicating to those fans who knew the sport that
this was High Point's year.
Starting the ball rolling by entertaining several
non-conference foes, the locals played the part
of the impolite host by severly trimming their
invited guests. Continuing their winning ways,
the Bisons ran up a string of victories over con-
ference and out-of-thc-loop foes, including Duke
and Davidson gl. Y.'s and a highly rated Carolina
freshman team. 'lihus when the Mid-South
tournament came along the team had racked up
an impressive 19 game winning streak. But
came the slip and Crecnville nosed out the local
aggregation by one point, so the High Pointers
brought back the consolation trophy.
After the tournament the Bison completed
their schedule and incidently became the cham-
pions of Guildford County by defeating their
old rivals Greensboro, not once, but twice.
High Point emerged on top of Western Con-
C IIAXIDI i R forward HL'NSL'C1KI'IIi, forward Cizowniiit, center XXYHITIL, guard l'ii.LINo'1'oN, guard
IIXRRIS Hurward SMVIII, guard Coovizk. guard Powriu., forward Axmiksow, manager
ference with a perfect record of 14 loop wins.
Playing in the state tourney in Durham the locals
hustled their way through the first round by de-
feating Raleigh 55-41, then in the semi-finals
the Bison turned on the heat and knocked off
X'Yilmingron 54-44 and earned the right to meet
Wilson in the finals. Vkilson played hard, but
the Bison played harder and Wvilson came out
the losing end of a 44-41 game. The High
Point Black Bison were State Champions.
Individually the Bisons had everything.
Crowder topped the scoring column but was
closely followed by Harris and Hunsucker.
lncidently these three boys were placed on the
mythical all-state team of which Crowder was
acting captain. But to us the whole team was
all-state. Cooper with his great all-round work,
lfllington and Wfvhite coming through in the
pinches with their outstanding floor play all
made our all-state team, which was not mythical. .
These were our all-state, N. C. State Champions.
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YXRHJROLQH forward Rimini, guard NIILLER, guard BECK, forward Hfxssma., forward
io-eiiptiiiiis Bill Rae Himsiielier and Richard Crowder
ligisketliiill scores fbr the '48 season were:
Point 43 ..,...,,.,..,.......,...... Nilsoii
Point 36 ....
Point 62. .
Point 39 ,..,
Point 45. . .
Point 43 ....
Point 32. .
Point 44 ....
Point 43 .,,.
Point 64 ....
Point 63 ..
Point 36. . . .
Point 55 ...,
Point 50 ....
Point 46 ...,
Point 52 ....
Point 54 ..,.
Point 68. . .
Point 75 ,...
Point 47. .
Point 48 ,,..
Point 45 ,,..
Point 55 . .
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rsuii of Roanoke
rson of Roanoke
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. . . Wfiliiirlotte
. . . . f"Siilishury
. . . .Davidson -I. V.
. ..,. 'Gastoiiia
. . . . . .'kCharlotte
. . . . Wliiirliiigroii
. . Xfirecnsboro
. . .xSiilisbury
. . . . fkilastoniu
. . .Jffireeiiville
. , . . . fkAshcville
XR. VI. Reynolds
. . . . .,kBlll'liDgIOI1
. . .TW'ilmiiigton
. .... 'HYilson
Ybp: jack White holds his breath as Crowder towers over
Duke for another two point ringer. Hotrovll: lt's ii toss-up
herweeii Rmmoke and High Point.
First rofw left: Richard Crowder jumps to score in the Duke game as Dewey Beck stops in mid-air to look on. Firs! row
eenter: One of Roanoke's live in on his way to score with a left hand hook. First row right: Nelvin Cooper outdoes
Salisbury to place the ball in the hoop. Second row left: Height is the determining factor as Duke junior Varsity and
HPHS players scramble for the ball. Semrzd row center, lop left: Richard Crowder sends the ball into mid-air. Semnd
row eerzter, top right: Crowder and Wilson forwards witness another two points for the Black Bisons. Seeond row renter,
hottom: Interested fans watch the Bisons in action. Second roi: right: Crowder takes over as Duke junior Varsity and
High Point fight for thc ball. Third raw left: High Point leads Duke junior Varsity as they ring up another two points.
Third rofw eerlter: Coaches Shugart, Honcyeutt, Simeon, lshee, Bowen, and Correll work out Black Bison basketball
strategy. Third rou' right: High Point's up in the air at Blount Airy.
Lrffi lt's K'iuuip" ball for .Nlary Ann Rector and Anne Hall. Right: 'lihe camera iuan earehes Betty Baxter and Peggy
Sykes peering from the show er.
,loan 'lhaelaer puts up ii good race but 'llightningll Sure-
shot slides into home base before her.
'lihe return to school in the fall marked the
beginning ofavery successful year in girl's phy-
sical education under the capable leadership of
Miss Ann Upchurch.
Following the outdoor sports of soccer, tennis,
and archery in the early Fall, it was necessary to
come 'Lunder cover" for a while. Basketball
season, highlighted by intramural games had
finally come, creating great interest among the
students. Turning the tide, general interest
turned to dancing, including waltzing and folk
Spring opened the door once again, through
which these meager beavers" willingly passed
to regain the freshness ofthe out ofdoors. Most
enthusiastic participation was in tennis, archery,
and softball. '4Never a dull moment" could
certainly be applied to girls' physical education.
'lbp VIIUIIII Widely popular sport. Vollcylmll, sets the girls' gym class in action. 'lbjr lrifl: High . . . and . . . wide . . ,
.Hidiilr riqllf: :Xccurncy wins out as Miss lfpchnrcli counts thc lvull's eyes. .Uiiii1'I1' lrjff: l'.,XCL'lSClllL'.1I1N lncttcr hcalth so.
I-2-4-4-. 1-IJ--L Borrow lzjft: Girls Icnrn tlic nrt nfsportsinaiiship in 21 close ganiu of vullcybnll, Ifnflnul rigllr: Ciyni
baskets get Ll going river as girls physical cdiicntimi begins.
Practicing in the gym after school it's a free throw for everybody.
Boy's Fizzie Ed..
Une of the outstanding features of our school
curriculum is the athletic department, which has
one of the best physical education programs in
the state. NVirh the opening of school, classes
were held on the athletic field where tag football
predominated. Daily calisthenies were a regular
part of the program to build the body physically
as well as mentally.
As the weather grew colder, the classes moved
inside, where basketball was the chief interest,
along with wrestling, boxing, tumbling, and gym
ln the spring, things really began to roll with
softball and tennis in the spotlight. Also on the
program were field and track events, and volley-
'lihe capable co-ordinator of this program was
Coach Tony Simeon, athletic director and coach
of football and basketball.
Lqft: Looks like a looper. Right: Boy,s gym class and a pigskin make for a fast game of tag football.
f ? t:'5
l High Point
Kenneth Bryant sends a high flyer to center field as catcher
HPete" jones squints to follow its course.
Members ofthe baseball team are. jirxr roar, lfjfl to righf: jack Ridge, Nelvin
Cooper, Thomas McGhee, Charles Bryant, D. C. Kennedy, and Don Huber.
Second row: Perry jones, jack VVhite, jack Hinkle. Bob Adams, james Thomas,
and Don Hooper. Third 'rofwi Bruce York, Bobby Rogers, Rodney KNZiles,
Vyhyne York, and Farl Campbell.
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Under the watchful eye of coach Carroll
Bowen, the 1947 Bison baseball fortunes played
exceptionally well last season despite the lack of
experience. The diamond crew came through
with six victories while taking nine setbacks
against top flight teams.
The two successful games against Burlington
and R. j. Reynolds were followed by two de-
feats to Mt. Airy and Burlington. jimmy
Riclcert pitched a no-hitter against Salisbury, but
lost, however, on an unearned run in the last
Representing High Point on the North Caro-
lina All-Star team was Nelvin Cooper, who with
Don Huber, jack Wfhite, Don Hooper, and Bob
Adams rounded out one of the finest infields in
many seasons. "Slugging" Tommy McGhee led
the defenses in the outer garden, eapably as-
sisted by james Thomas and Rodney Vlfblls.
. Baseball scores for the 47 season were:
l ................... Burlington o
4 ...,........... R. j. Reynolds 3
8 .... Mt. Airy I2
3 . . .Burlington I0
0 ...,. Salisbury l
0 ..,. Burlington 8
6 ...... Burlington 4
0 R. j. Reynolds 2
9 ..,.. Greensboro I3
6 .flihomasville 4
4 ,... Salisbury 6
6 ........ Gray I9
3 . . .Greensboro I2
2 .flhoinasville 4
l .... Lexington 9
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Lfft: D. C. Kennedy puts a lot ofmuscle behind that swing. Center: Don Huber proudly grins as he watches the ball
zoom over the fencc. Right: Bob Adams bites his bottom lip and gets a good grip on the bat.
Lfft: Nelvin Cooper snags thc horsehide to put the runner out at first base. Cenlfr: Pert catcher Perry jones. crouches
in position waiting for thc pitch. Right: Kenneth Bryant grips the Hhickory stick" before he makes the swing.
Left: jack VVhite nonchalantly waits while the pitcher winds-up. Cwfzter: Donald Hooper bends down to catch the
ball atfgfirst base. Right: Ducking his head to watch the ball, jack Hinkle waits for the pitch.
lt's anyl1ody's game as. lejfr to rigllf. chccrlcadcrs lfyclyn Nancc. Nlarilyn Rohincttc, Peggy Layton. liarhara l.cc. Nancy
Grccr, Bctty jo Hcdrick and jack Willis givc out with a tcam moralc buildcr.
Undcr thc capablc lcadcrship of Miss Ann Up-
church, High Point High's pcppy chccrlcadcrs
accomplishcd a grcat dcal this past ycar. In ad-
dition to cnthusiastically lcading chccrs at all
thc games, rho-sc six girls and onc hoy sponsorcd
lt's a pyramid of pop with chccrlcadcrs. Bottom ro-Ir.
left to right: lfyclyn Nancc. ,lack Willis, Nancy Grccr
and liarliara l.cc. Srmmi rout .Nlarilyn Rohincttc and
Pcggy Layton. 'lbpf lit-tty 'lo Hedrick.
thc succcsstiul homccoxning' paradc and also a
dance at the cnd of thc football scason for thc
Assisting hcad chccrlcadcr Pcggy Layton.
xycrc Bcrry ,lo Hcdrick. Nancy Circcr. lfvclyn
Nancc, Marilyn Rohincttc. liarliara l.cc. and
"Sureshot" flips to scc xyhcthcr it will hc chccrlcadcr
sponsor .Xliss Ann Upchurch or hcad chccrlcadcr Pcggy
Gene Dillard, right, extends his hand in sports-
manship across the net to Alton Lmbler, who
holds the winning trophy.
Gver the Net
VVinning' nine out oftxvelve matches, the 1947
Black Bison tennis team enjoyed its best season
in many years. Hubert Barrier, eity champion
and one time state ehampion, and jake Steele
eoaehed the net men.
The roster of' the tennisters in order of their
position is as follows: Robert Sliaekelford, Alton
lfmbler, Raellord Halker, lfddie Wlhite, Gene
Dillard, and Donald Saunders.
ln a eity wide tournament this summer, Robert
Shaekleford beeame senior eity champion, while
Alton Embler won out in the junior bracket.
A niateh for any team are the Blaek Bison raeketeers. They are lqft In right,
fin? mac: Gene Dillard, Robert Shaekleford, and joe Aaron, Snmld rats:
Alton Ifnibler, Donald Saunders. lfddie Vl'hite. and Raeford Halker.
Lzffr: lt's xvhanil and over the net with a niee baekhand shot by Raehird Haluker. f.'mrfr.' Rulers ofthe racket are the
state tennis nieet contestants, lfjff to righl: Alton lfnibler, Robert Shaekleford, and Raeford Halker. Right: lfddie
XX hite stands poised to receive the serve.
Travelers of the cinder path are tracksters, left tn right. jirrr ro-15:
Charles McConkey, Bobby l.ee, Ted Evans, and "Vl'heat" Miller.
Srcond rofw: Bill Seckler, Milton Chandler, B. B. Yarborough, and
Taki Thompson. Third rms: Clayton Reid, manager, Horace
Davis, Bruce York, Bill lfllington, Ray Hayworth, jackie Hawks,
Coach Homer McCoy, and Bill jones, manager.
Although having failed to defend its Western
Conference Championship, the 1947 track team
turned in an impressive record. Credit belongs
to coach Bert lshee, who turned out a well
Starting off the season, the Bison trackmen
turned in a sterling performance, copping a dual
meet from their rival, the Greensboro Purple
Whirlwind, on our athletic field. This meet
was a "mst" for many of the boys.
Next came the triangular meet with R.
Reynolds of Winston-Salem and Greensboro.
Our boys came through with a victory again,
still keeping a clean slate. The scoring was well
divided since most of the tracksters broke into 1
the scoring column.
The sprinters and distance men proved their Q
merit when, for the second time in as many years,
City Relays held in Charlotte.
In a hotly contested meet, Charlotte Central
defeated the favored Bison, taking the conference
crown. The Locals led throughout the meet un-
til the final event when the ofheial disqualified
one of our players, giving Charlotte the crown.
Dewey Beck and Richard Reid took first place
in the high hurdles and javelin throw, respec-
tively, capturing 5th place in the state meet. Ngil,
Sprinters on the mark, rap, lfjft to right: Tommy Mc-
Ghee, Bill Ellington. Bottam: Dewey Beck, Don Mc-
they walked away with top honors in the Queen 1
Righl: Cirappler Kenneth stealthily approaches his vietim. Lqfr: Bobb Baird stru I Iles pugnaeiously to pin Roy Bragg.
Grunt ,Ill Groan Artists
Bison mat men are, lrft to Tigllf, fin! 'rout Coaeh Rook Sappenlield, james Daniels, Donald Rogers, Billy Yoneannon,
Bobby Baird, james Slaydon, Reuben Gourley, Glenn Hudson, and Connie Walker, manager. Srcwld rms: Bill Seekler,
Darrell Vl'inslow, Robert Smith, jim Allen, Kenneth Bryant. Charles Cameron, and Roy Bragg. Coach F. A. Shugart
was absent when pieture was made.
Social lifb at High Point High School is broad and well-rounded
aughter over a shared joke,
the comradeship resulting from
mutual interest, the thrill of
school spirit . . . these are a
few of the experiences we
have in common with the stu-
dents of 1897. Yes, there is
one aspect of school life which
has not changed with the years.
Recorded on the following'
pages are some of the little
incidents you will remember
best, chuckling in later years,
"Those were the days."
lqff: Siiiilin' Shurilli Snipes. iovinl and ctlicicnt night wntcliiimn. lat-ups our million dollar lmuiltling sialic. Rlqlzrf lfxuiiis
chit-li clt-nn-up Hlklll, xx ith his pail mul mop in his lmml. is on thu juli.
Those W he Served . . .
Lihriiry assistants rate high in cfliciciicy. lfirxr rn-tc. lrjff In rihulif. thcy arc: Franccs Nlull. june Huckuhy. Betty ,lu Samuel
liillic Xliilmc, Sarah .lL1IlL'VIflllL'S,,lCLlIl Stiiiiicy, and Bill 'l lirimas, Srmllii T0'TL.'.' lfrqinccs Floyd, litlwl Nlac Hill, Dot ilhomp
frm, liiirlmrn lxc. Alma lfishcr, and llulz1StriCklnritl. 'Illini rn-1:3 lictry Willis, lfmlrm lfarl lfiistcr, licrty-loSiiiitl1. l'iVLllL"l
Siiiiiimiis, liasilia Clavzirims. and Ruth lfllcn Nlonrmr.
Girls who assist in Miss Memlenhalls ntliee are, lfjft to right: judy Garrett. Rebecca Dickens. Phala Perkins. Betty jean
Pegram, jean Brown, Barbara George, Madge O'Hrien, jane O'Brien. jo Ann Davis, jo Ann Carroll, Rachel Leonard,
-lo Ann White, Ann Athanas, and jeane Walton.
Lrft: Charles Mcffonkey, Mr. VVhitley. Betty jo Ring, and Norman Schwartz tune-in to make the morning announce-
ments as, right, Don 'IYmliver, Mary Lou Dillon. and classmates listen over the amplifying system m their home room.
Bfmrh lnoyj arc, lzjff to right: xx-Llyllt Xlglrslllmllrru, Harold Reid, amd Harold Hcndcrsun. Behind the prr1jccmr,l1jff!n right:
lfvcrcrt Idlllllgfflll, ROM-rr Cham-y, Harmon IACIIIIILIII, Roy Wblmsrcr, Bobby Goins, c:l11lI'lCSf:I1iILiS, :md Dqlrrv.-ll Yolmuzlrmlmlm.
uPf'0lJlCl1l l1llII!hCI'OI1C is to find 1ll10hjlICl'.U explains Alton Ifmblcr to Dick Boylcs,
Rau-ford I-lnlkcr, and Cflydc liuxrcr, as they get rcndy ro snap that cnmcru.
Xlr. Sinn-on's starl' QICIS a visit from thc cameraman. Lfjfr to riglzf: Shirley Clallinmorc, Ann Bainc. Carolyn Andrcxvs,
Russell lilackhurn, Barbara Cranford, and jane Roach.
. . . Beyond The Call of Duty
lllhcoy keep those Counters Clean' students working in the school storm' arc, lqfl In rilqllf: Boluluic Hlnlilc. -loycc .Xlt'atloxx's,
Betty jo Snider. Wink Allen. Gayncllc Scars, Dixie Henderson, johnsic liridgcrs, Bobby Padgett. Cfhct Allen. jam' Bunn,
Betty Ruth Saltz. Barbara Xlilliams, lflon Nixon, Ovid Kearns, Clariann Massey, and joycc Kearns.
Behind. The Footlights . . .
'lip lfjft: "Following yonder star" ftravelers, lfjfr In I'flQllf.' Billy Stutts. Betsy Bolling. Katherine Hester. jud Ruth,
Barbara liowe. and Ralph liltlen. 'Ibp riglzrx A host of angels herald the new-born King. Firxf rms: Pat ,Xlnrphy
and Nancy Greer. Hizrlc foie: Xliekey Xlarsh. ,lane Roaeh. and Dollie Nloser, Cr'nfrr1effr: Lois King. Dixie hhvllS0l1,
and Bobbie Hinkle gaze toward Hthe star ofwonderq star ofliglitf' f,il'lIft'7' right: .Nliss Walden slcillfiully applies 'ggrease
paint" to Dollie .Xloser as Dixie VYilson waits her turn. Hottrwi lAljg'hl.' The Angel Gabriel. jane Roaeh, appears unto the
Virgin Mary. portrayed by Betty -lo Ring. Burrow zw1n'r.' Sarah Shaw. Betsy Bolling. Katherine Hester, Barbara lioxve
and Bobbie Hinkle' caught in that nervous moment before enrtain time. Bottom lfjfr: Pat Murphy. -lane Roaeh. anal
Mickey Nlarsh repair their "angel" faces.
'lifp lqff: lt's makc up time for junior play cast. 'lbp riqhff Hrs. Slutsh.1111111cr fcillffliyll Xliirrnyb and Xlrs. lfwstur
fl'iYk'ij'I1 Nnncci look on in L'xn1spcr11tio11 as Oogic Pringlu fllurry 511111011 takcs ll Ulllgllkx l.1sl1i11g f'r1u111 Xlr. Foster Qlinh
Yuuntsb while daughtcr -Indy lfostcr f,lOkllIU Uihitcj :md RL-xfimrd Xlcrcdith Uiiimirwr fllcywood XXi1Shillll'lU look on
liclplcssiy, ,Uiddlr lejff: ciOlIllI1iffCC II1L'lIlbCI'S Dura .lL'21l1IlL' Sicbcrt 111161 Ray l'ILlyXK'OfIi1 set thc SI11gC in ordcri Uliliilf'
riullr: Nlr. Foster and Mitzi flizirlmra Mabrevj show ll littlc "c11rio11s" intcrcst as Xlrs. Hotchkiss fIQoris Rau Kilt-11119
mid ludv 11ttc111pt to discontintic lfluisc llotchki'ss's Qllor Kclidallb clocution. Iinrmm hifi: .XiL'IIliJCI'S of thc cntirc cast of
m1 Ilim' U'IllIfIl1fj'11I'C: lfjfr In rigllpjirxf mu. Dot Kendall, .Xhirilyn Robiucttc, Bobby Baird. -I1111111114 White, lim-ly11 Nance,
Bfvlmby Xounts. Betty Inu Hayxxrvrth. Carolyn NI11rray.z1nd Bzirhnru Lwc. Bird' mir: Doris Rm-CQIQ1111. Barbara Xlnbrcy,
lit-111111111 Wlishbtirn. Harrx' S111111,-t. Nason Brown. Cilvdc Baxter. Ifddic U51-rs. jane Ht-11111. and Betty Faye Hcdgccwck.
lifffififfz rrqllf: Barbara Xl.1l'1rcv. Btirbnrri l.cc. D01 Kcriilali. i'iX'L'ly'l1 Xzmcc tiutogrnph pr11gr11111s wliilc Xliss Iiluirmr Yming
rdircuturb givcsiasr111i1111t1-i11Etr11cti1111s in between tinishiiig strfwkvsoflilakc-11111111101111 NN'l1it1-.
Ujfl: Gals and gcnts ar the Freshinan-Sophmnorc Prom "break thc icc" with a gala load-out. Tlicy arc. lrfft to riglli
.Xlazic Strickland. Roystcr Tuckcr, Pvclyn Nancc and Dcwcy Grccr. Right: -lcan Hayworth and Francis Alinan take
advanragc of thc Uswccrcr than swcc-t" musical strains of rlic orchestra.
'Hip lejfr: A circus tlicinc calls for gala fcsrivitics at thc lfrcsli:nan-Soplioinorc Prom. 'Ibp right: Van Boylcs and jack
Willis takc rlicir rurn as Ruth lillcn Monroc signals for tlic nc-xt group. Hmmm lfjfr: Ciordic Maxwcll, Pcggy Tccr. and
,Xlaxinc Farlowc fill thcin up again as liolilmy Neill, Nlrs. Shaw, Heywood llaslilmurn. Kcntjackson. and Rudy Upton coinc
hack livr Sucomls. 30110111 righl: Moments for nicinory as couples enjoy the "lJrcainstcrs" inusic.
l.fjfI: Glover Bedford. lfdgnr Turnur. zmtl Donald Spcnccr rcmcmhcr it's "ladies first" in thc punch line. Right: Oh-hl
Cflcmcnts. things c0ultln't hc that lunl wliun Duvitl Lnmhcrt. Surah Slinw. Pat Nlurphy, and lfrank X on Drchlc scum to hc
enjoying it so much.
J' r.-Sr. Prom
'lbp lejffj jim .-Xrmlicltl and lgarlmrn licurgt' innltt' the must nl' musit' while Yan York and tlntc Hour in another rcalm.
,lilf7 right: Hanging out tlw ucuiiic :mtl gtf lfu sign arc. lzjff fn rigllfi Rainoiia Rhodes. Peggy Russell. Bohhic Xlycrs.
and Betty ,lo Smith, Hnrromx llrt-inning in tltmcc tempo Put Xlurphy and Ralston Wblch. Bt-tsy Hardin and Claude .Nic-
Rinncy. llizcl finiincrman Qmtl lit-nnctli Uwcns sway to the pulsating rhythm of Paul lit-ll's himtl. Standing this unc out
arc jinncs johnson. lrving Silver. ,lack Ilauks. Rohcrt Sliairltlclimrtl. Rnhcrt Boylcs. Kilt-int-nts .NlullcnS. Nlarvin Smith.
lftldic linslcy. ,lunc Smith. Ralph liiltlcn, and -lack Ridge.
Top mu left: Doris Staniey, joe Aaron, Sergeant Shields. and joAnn VVright eross their fingers as a student driver goes he-
tween the white lilies during a tense moment ofthe driving test. Ybp mu' right: Miss Melnnes and Bible students Betty
Frances Flilte, Hilda Hayes. and lileanor Minnis get the yuletide spirit as they hegin the seasons holidays with playing
Christmas carols and records of the Nativity. .lliddlr ro-'Lu lfiftf Sue Sink. Martha Hodgin, and Mary l-'ranees Hunter-4
doing their duty in Mr, Huntls ofliee. .Hiddlr rmq1ie'l1tr'r top: Miss Cressls typing class buzzes with a Hhunt and peek, hunt
and peekwl Middle row rrntffr bottom: Anything for a picture, as att photographer Alton lirnber inaltts his xx ay among t e
gym rafters for a Hshutter-click." ,Widdlr row right: lt's two down and four to go as students ehangeelasses for third period.
Bottom row left: Dolly Hedgeeoek and joyee Dawkins find everyone here or accounted for as they cheek attendance. Hntlwn
right: And another orchestra rehCarsal's through---Darrell Beverly, Marcelcne Ayers and Nancy Monroe put their in-
struments away for another day.
'lifp lrjfr: SuziiiiiiuSl.1tc.1nd Bill Cfrtiig fililivimis ufitlxc c.1mcr.1ii1.iii ciigrms in coiivcrstitirmii. 'lbp fllltitifw: Cfliirlic Xlnrtiii
amd :Xlicn Smith iimtch tlicir skill ugiiimt .luck XX illis and Grady :Xiitiyrsoii in 11 ping pong gpiiiic. lop rlqln: .-X xxorkiiiim
riils the tiliditoriuiii tlurirs iit'Ci.H.S. ptiiiit. Sr't'llIlif mu' lrff: "Nos" :Xliimn and Xiiirilvn Rolviiicttc. Ricimrtl Cfrmidcr
tml liiirlmra l,mi'c. liirlvzirgi fit-orgc and llmmld lirowii. Ciimrliu Xliirtin and ,Icrry Pliclpsi, Bolibit' Hinlilu and "Sczixi'L'c.l"
Paul Hardin and Riiyiiioml llcrmlrm. ililllllf 771111 lrjff: Ur. Si1llg.ll'l'.S Imiilcrrmoiii gcics :ill out for the hoiiiccoiiiiiig piirudc.
vlilllfii mix. right: Billy Vluiics. jim Allen. 'lf Cf. lmm. jack Hinklc xvzitch Tructt Cirimt tiikc in ii Scoop and ll il11iii0twiL'L'
crcimi nit the niimitil flmiitlmll bimquct. Hnrmm. lfjfr: lt's ruiiifwrcd that too iiiany cooks spoil thu soup. but not this soup
.md mit these Cooks tlicyirc temps, Borrow, iwm'r.' Grady .-Xmicrsnti and Hill Ring Strip tisr ii quick hrciitii SL'i1OlJi.bOYk'I'
firir iiiwtlwr tiny. Hfllflflll. rigllff Cfold wciltlicr quills for wiiriii rmiinitnrs.
9-iumicrs enjoy 21 giilii lmiiiccoiiiing dniicu. Sf'1'f111ifro-1: Vf4Lfllf.' lmyiil supporters for rumii No. WI urujilcquulinc Ht-ilig and
So many small unnoticed things go into the production of an annual,
yet each is as vital to a good yearbook as Work is on a larger scale, there-
fore We wish to thank all Who had a part in making the 1948 PEMICAN
Especially to Miss Dorothy Hollar who gave so unselfishly of her
time and energy to come to the aid of our entirely Hgreen horn" staff,
and to Mr. Whitley, Mrs. jackson, and all faculty members who co-
operated and were graciously tolerant with us, we can only say a sin-
cere, "Thank you."
We wish to express our appreciation also to each individual on both
business and editorial staffs Whose untiring efforts were the oil that
kept the wheels of production turning.
Much praise is due to Alton Embler whose constant effort in pro-
ducing better pictures has been an incentive to the rest of us to strive for
perfection, to Dick Davenport, our associate editor, Suzanne Earnhardt
and Betty jo Hedrick, industrious printing editors, Heywood Wash-
burn, engraving editor, Sarah Shaw whose camera is responsible for
catching the variety of shots in our feature sections, Tommy Garst, the
staff artist, Bean Campbell, sports editor and especially to Sophia Stef-
fan who complied and edited our copy and to all those who assisted her.
We wish to express our deep appreciation to Mr. Gordon Brightman
and Mr. Bob Ihrig of .Iahn and Ollier Engraving Company and to Mr.
William Oliver Smith Whose ideas and suggestions were so invaluable
to us. '
To all those who were instrumental in giving us the opportunity of
working on the PEMICAN we say thank you so very much for the ex-
perience and opportunity to do something for High Point High School.
We enjoyed it.
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The slogan tl-1at's imaclzeci lay genuine goociness in
quality anti service, the result of 43 years successful
experience in tile yearizoole field.
We find real satisfaction in pleasing you, time year-
Loolz puialislmer, as well as your photographer and
JAHN 8 OLLIER ENGRAVING CO
Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color
Commercial Artists - Photographers
SI7 W. WASHINGTON BLVD., CHICAGO 7, ILL.
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"Established in 1910',
MANN,S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE
HIGH POINT KANNAPOLIS
12315 'North Main Street
HIGH POINT, N. C.
A nything-A nywhere-V gA nytime
KAISER - FRAZER
'6The Most Beautiful
Car in Americaw
GATE-CITY MOTOR CO.
Kaiser-Frazer Distributor i
q . Tob left: S'no wonder Doris Stone and her friend like the
Q20 A. Wt'PIlIl SURGE snow. Top right: Dot Thompson's hoping that friend's
Ruth Monroe and Gordie Maxwell don't let her down.
Bottom left: Miss Ann Upchurch, gym teacher, is ready
and waiting for a fast game of volleyball. Bottom right:
June Bivens, Doris Craven and Peggy Murphy peep
through gym locker room bars.
WARREN'S RADIO SERVICE
1034- South Main Street
Teleplwne 5911 Compliments of
High Point, N. C.
REDWINE HARDWARE C0.
208 North Main Street
High Poinfs Largest Credit jewelers
Terms as Low as -31.00 Weekly
Q all '44, Compliments
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5 UM J EFF'S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE
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122 SOUTH Ufln ST-
P""'E?99 LESTER'S JEWELRY
of Youthful Styles 224 North Main Street
122 South Maill Street PHONE 3900 Phone 5251 High Point, N. C.
HIGH POINT COLLEGE
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
The Best Place for High Paint
Boys and Girls to G0 to College
ALEXANDEIPS DEPARTMENT C0"1P1f"ff"'fS U!
STORE BEESON HARDWARE COMPANY
"Where Quality is Higher 214 North Main Street
Tfwn 1'ff'f'f" High Poem, N. cz.
Complinzenls of Complinzenls of
BLUE BIRD CAB COMPANY, INC. BELL RECORD SHOP
Left: '4Kisser', on the ke-ys pouring over a sports article' in Cuaclt SIIIIEUIIDS office. l,'e11lvr."l'l1f-rffs nothing lik
lllI1l'll Illilll' sment in rivnit' slvlv. Rifffttf Uavnvlle Sears and ,ltwvr Kearns takcls Cara- of the mill-after ruwl
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I the sclmnl store.
W. A. DAVIS MILLING CO.
Manufacturers f uality-Tested
I lour. Meal and lweemle
SPORTING GOODS CO. ' nc
: ' .' A 5950
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Fabrics of Distinction
Hi h Point, N. C.
HIGH POINI N C
INGRAM S PHARMACY
YELLOW TAXI C0
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P flppreczale Your Pazronage
W SECHREST 81 SON
Ambulance SP1 mc e
NORMAN S AMOCO SERVICE
AMOIO TIRES AND IUBES
Phone Z1 l
NASH JEWELRY AND LOAN CO
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107 es igh Street
Home of ozrvrs
Point North Carolina
South Main Street Ext. W A ' '
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210-212 Pine Street
HIGH POINT, N. C.
RING'S ESSO SERVICE
I-Ieodquortcrs for All Atlos
200 Fnbl Ish Street
COTTON MILLS, INC.
HIGH POINT N C
Top Jane Beam and Bobb e H nkle peer ng out of the
student store 11 dow agree that It s a long way do n
Cente left Mrs Shaw has her homework too Center
'rzgh t Munch ng to music Bottom Uhmrn m g ade
A ce ent nuses Ralph Tlden as onlookers watch
ROWLAND SUPPLY COMPANY
Plumbmg and H6dtlIlg fbupphe
After Hlbh School raduatlon for the nest
office po 1t1OI1 attend
JONES BUSINESS COLLEGE
The School or Better Tramzng
Amredlted and Llcensed
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GOOD FOOD FINE QUALITY
THE PLACE TO EAT
810 South Main Street
Jarrett Stationery Company WARNERS TRANSFER
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High Point. N. C. Day Plume 4037 N llt Phone 258
Cornplinzenls of 6'
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SUITS PRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT
CAHI'li'I' BY JAMES LICI-QS 8i ROWS
LET'S WORK TOGETHER
All the yeors you've been working
toword this important moment-
GRADUATION -- Reddy Kilowott
hos been taking on new jobs too,
in business, in homes, on the forms
ond in the factories ot the Piedmont
He's all set to keep on working with
you in the challenging yeors oheod
. . . creoting new iobs ond helping
you in scores of woys to meet the
Q Q 7 DEMANDS AND THE OPPORTUNITIES OF TOMORROW
DUKE7 Puwizn COMPANY
Complimenls of Cflnlplinleflf-Y vf
L. A. WELCH PRINTING CO. IVIALPASS Sr KEARNS Food Market
H2 Nllrlll wlwnn Corner N. Wl'enn and R l.1rl n
KOONCE FUNERAL HOME, Inc. '5f"'1Plf"W'1f-' of
AMBULANIIIC slcuvlcie HIGH POINT STEAM LAUNDRY
Plume 4545 228 North Wl'6Hl1 Street Ill ne 3320
Students A1Ways Welctilrie
I SHACKELFORD MEN'S WEAR
124 North Main Street
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SECURITY UPHOLSTERING CO.
High Puint, N. C.
128 North Main Street
TURPIN ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING : FIXTURES : SUPPLIES
'sphonc For Us 111111 Weifl Wire For Youn
T. C. LOHR
1600 English Street Iligh Puint. N. I' 621NorthMain Street
Cf"'1I'I""'f""S of LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOPPE
1 C0-9 Inc. Sppllfily Building
34-T South Hain Street High Point. N. C. Phunt 161
PL1 KIRINIQ : HEATING : AIR I,.'UNIJI'I'IONINIl EFFIIIIENT OPER.-XTORF TO SEIINE X01
CEClL'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. THE LIZZIE GOOCH SHOP
304- South Main
Nutebuok Fillers. Fountain Pens.
I 2 and 3 Ring Binders. and Drawing: Supplies
ff.w'l1lsi1fe Rt'Illfj"fII-Ir.L'llV4 and Ilifliliurt
Left: It's some snapshut that draws the attention of Miss Goodman. Mr. Shugart, and Mr. Iluneycutt as a
Student Converses with Hrs. Harrisun. Right: R. D. Newman. NIlItun Chandler. I'W'ink" AIIen. and Reu Jen
jgitahe a gorcgliluuk. f L
Corner South Main ami Davis Streets
Phunc- 44302 PHILIP LUCAS. Uwner
High Puinl. N. ff. 109 West Washington Street
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R E A D Y M I X E D
CONTRACTORS GRADING AND HAULING
Dial 3243 or 5922 - If No Answer - Call 2529
TOMLINSON STREET - Just off W. Russell
Sell you, 1I',,,,1,l, Au,,,f,,,, Wayir TAX SERVICE, INCONIE and PAYROLI
CITY AUTO AUCTION COMPANY C- A- MCMURRAY
WE Bl Y . sim, . TRADE PIMP 5202
one Nlih. West of High Point 312 Security Bank High Point. N K
Hii5lWVaY 29 Phone 35952 Part Timz' Iioalfkeep1'1zg
Curnplinzvnis of C""'l'!i"'e'7f3
GILVS PRINCESS CAFE
The Store of Quality and Style HH0,,,e of Cogd Eatsu
HORTON FURNITURE COMPANY
Iffomplele Home Ifzlrrzishcrsi
00 IC. Washington Street Phone 3794
E H - H 1 Q PAPER BOX COMPANY
LRLTRIC STONES, R+,J.c1c,H A nf AND RADIOS
PARKER-BROWN LUIVIBER CO. C0'H1'Ii"l611fS 0f
nr oak som High mm. N. cz. SAMPLE SHOE STORE
PIIONIC 3304 II9 North Nlain
' - - ' I 'I Necessary repairs afIOI'IllI1CI1.
Taking in the sun after unm.
S. 81 S. TOOL WORKS
T'ooLs, mas. Jlcs, mc.
II. .I. SINK PHONE
Oakview Rl. 1 Iligh Point, N.
STEWART'S SNACK SHACK
C. Wcsl LPXIIIQKIIIIT AIBIIIIC N
L. F. FERREE and SON
LIFE INSURANCE BROKERS
214- Prof0ssIonaI Building
NORTH STATE TELEPHONE CO
. I . .
High Iomt. VPIIOIHHSYIIIC,
109 North Main Strvvt,
PAINT 81 WALL PAPER CO.
High Point, N. C. I
I . Q MGQDIAL SO I
' HENDRIX FURNITURE STORE HUNTER COAL 6 ICE CO., INC.
1417-149 South Wrenn Street
High Point, N. C.
C. DeWitt Holton Furniture Company v
uolwlity Fwniturcn Compltmenls of
817 South Main Street
JACQDBS MEN9S SIIOP
A Complete Line of Appliances
CITY APPLIANCE CO., IN
811 North Main Street
High Point, N. C.
High Point, N. C.
CENTRAL ICE DELIVERY
512 West Broad Street
S. H. KRESS 81 CO.
High Point, N. C.
131 South Main Street High Point,
WM. F. FREEMAN ENGINEERS
11692 East Commerce Street
High Point. IN. C.
Top left: i'Satan" gets the best of Salisbury. Top
right: Flag bearers hold high the United States and
North Carolina flags. Middle 'rowi Miss May Mead-
ors' room has Salisbury "up a tree," possoms and
all. Bottom left: Mr. Whitesell's room who placed
in the home-coming parade exhibit the Black Bison
stamping the "Yellow Jackets" on the gridiron.
Bottom right: Paul Hardin and Raymond Herndon
shoulder a replica of the victorious Black Bison.
ALLEN'S NEON DISPLAYS, INC. GEO T wool, ac S0NS
MIlIIIlfHCfUT6 1'.s of NEON SIGNS INC0R110HAT,,3l,
F"f'm'IY Since 1921
ALLEN SIGN CO.
Distributors Carpets - Rugs
Complinrenis of Styles for Floors - Profits for Stores
Display Rooms : 2141 to 322 West Broad Street
1036 51111111 x11.1i11 SI 111-1- 1 High POW- N- C-
BURTNER FURNITURE COMPANY 5. P. KIMSEY PLUMBING
and HEATING CO.
FURNITURE. STONES AND
HOUSEIIOLD FURNISHINGS 1915 English Street
900 East Green Street Plume 2861 Phone 3241 - 3662 High Point, N. C.
S. E. HAUSER SZ COMPANY COIIIIJITIIIEIIIS of
Wllolesah' i.lI1lI Retail
l"zn11'y and llvmfy Crm-e1'ivs : Ifvml 111111 Sew!
Phone 2776 118-120 N. Wrenn Street 122 North Main Street
I ' . In .
M. P. Woodall Plastering Co, c ROSE FURNITURE
Nm' ANP REPAIR 'mlb 243 51111111 RIH1I1 111111118 4332
217 Professional Buihling H. I P . N C
V ' I. . . .
Phone 2669 II- I 0111 '
W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP
We CIIIJI For and Dr-'liver
WARD STREET GROCERY
208 East Washington Street
High Point, N. C. Phone 4313
.Ilorfvrll and NUM' Lqlllflllllfllf Complinlents
Hes! Foods Ubtainalile
ROYAL RESTAURANT A FRIEND
High Puinfs Best
THE GREATEST NAMES IN RADIO
1230 KC 99.5 MC
CHARLES DEPARTMENT STORE
South Main Street
American Broadcasting Co. HIGH POINT, N- C-
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
KEROSENE FUEL OILS
Wood-Armfield Furniture Co., Inc. QUALITY BEAUTY SHOP
If Your Hair Is Nor
f1,6f'0I7ll'V1g To You,
460 South Main Street Phnne 4260 You Should Be Coming To lfs
PAT BROWN LUMBER CO.
160 South Main Sire:-l
Racer Cars and Jet Racers
Buats and Trains
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO
145 South Wrenn Street High Point,
Complinz en is of
g'The ,Major ,flpplifzrlrv Storev
Cornpliments 0 f
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
Com plim-ents 0 f
BARGAIN FURNITURE CO.
WAGGER JEWELRY CO.
1 Left: Students in the lunch line feel that it is a mighty long way there but it surely is worth it. Right: Jimmy W
Allred rakes the racks searching for his well buried text books.
"One Student Tells Anntheru
A L B E R T ' S
1116 South Main Strf-et
"Dorff Worry, Call Murray',
The lies! in Hn-memafle Candy mul Pastries
THE SWEET SHOPPE
IIIGH POINT SAVINGS
Sc TRUST I I Il H, QQ? ,
I .TI IT II I9 II IIPI
Banking QQ Insurance IR I JI 'HI
I UU I R'feir,g-'I
1905-1948 " A' X
Member of F.D.I.C.
SMITH STUDIO Er CAMERA SHOP , .
Kmlr11ks - I'vfl1flShfIIg - Pzrlzuws 1'f!llI1III
206 North Main S111-vt Il I Point. N. L.
QUALITY SHOE STORE, Inc. CIOIIZIIZIIIIPIIIS of
biwfvff Sfwff Fiffffm JACKSON HOSIERY MILLS, INC
High Point, N. C. High Point. N. C.
.MCAD 5 Nothing
That Burlington Mills
Cloth I Was Telling You About"
ullfbven ill10 fbE IW qfAmerim"e
Executive Ofhces '
Greensboro, N. C
4 Juniors of lJiStiIll'ti0ll
C High Poinfs Finest Apparel Store
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
of High Point
N . n Phone 32211,
North Maul at Brldge
ALLEN B. WELBORN INC.
v . GENERAL INSl HAYNE
Sales - bwzwzcfe' X
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Hlgll Point. N. L.
West Broad ul Crimvs
Phone 301-Ali - 5050 BRITT ELECTRIC COMPANY
EX ICHYTIIINC Iil,HfI'I'RIC,Xl,
C YOUR HUDSON DEALER . . . .
Hlffh Point. X. C
lhqh Pmnt Q Largest and Leudmq
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KIWANIS CLUB INC.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
THE RADIO CLINIC
High Point Radiator 6' Body Co., Inc.
Body, Radiator and Fender Repairing
107 Vvillnwbrouk Street Phone 4-964-
INSURANCE 81 REALTY CO. I
HIGH POINT HAIRDRESSERS
Security Bank Building
CUT-RATE FURNITURE CO.
co1iP1-ETE H0111-3 FURNISI-II-IRS
TROXLER FURNITURE CO.
i'The Price Is Less" .
1 81 Country Gas Co. 1
I 615-617 East Green Street Phone 2879 I
Dealers in PYHOF.-XX CAS High Point, N' C. N
Conzplinienls of I
CUTTERHEAD COMPANY '
High PM N C QIotItL.fL uk fltfxtfttxcttmtx 1
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748 North Main Street I
1 BOYLES TIRE Co. WML I
l NASH Sales - Servire N
Complirrmnls of W
I Qf'ff'fff' Ffmfs , W. F. MAULDIN, INC. I
I Plus Personal Attention l
819 North Maru Street
I H4 East Iligh Street High Point, N C
' ' Phone 3411 - 3412
OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.
213 Nurth Main Street
Pl 14,111e r 5236
ROYAL POR'l'ABI,.E TYPEWRITEHS
TUCKERS DRY CLEANERS
l0l4 Ifusl Crm-en Street
MACANAL TEXTILE CORP
New York, New York
CUT RATE FOOD STORE
llll Ifust IIITPII Street
790 North Alain Street
Maw lingers. Prup.
Complim en tx
Thompson-Arthur Construction Co.
CUlII'I't'fl' - IIIIIYIIIIIIII - IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIN l'111'erl11'11Ix
IgI.AKI'Q 'IIII4HII'5UY. Mgr. 244 S. Nluin Stu
RICIPS AUTO SERVICE
General Auto Repairing
Delco Batteries and Delco Parts
2013 W. COIIIINPITC Street
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II6 West Washillgtrtii Street
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High Point, C.
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