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Page 107 text:
'Iliff Ifjff: Mr. Simmons fl'trrry Kcziahl svvms a bit surprised that Lctty Lythe tlictty Suv Coltrane? actually rvcog-
nizcfs his business partm-r. Clliestcr Binny fBill ci1'3yJ. 'lop l7lIiIflHt',' Clit-stcr Binny gets away from it all. 'lnff ll-gflff
Mrs. Simmons Cxludy Rockwc-ll! and lfthcl Simmons CKathCrinc Ht-stt-rl try to calm Clicstcr aftvr thc- alarming' news
that lmtty lxthc' is Coming to town. liulfrwz lqft: Thr cntirc cast asst-mlmlcd, lift In lligflfyfllllf ww: Betty Sus: Coltrant-,
Indy Ronkwi-ll, and Wlaltci' 'lnittt-. .S'1't'w11l IHILH' -jo Kimscy, lie-tsy liakcr, Bill Gray, Katherine Hester, and Barbara
G4-org:-, '17im1m:tu- 'l'ony lcachry, Betty Jo Smith, Bennyllc-ssnp, Betsy Bolling, Perry Ka-ziah. and Nliss Goodman,
dirt-ctor. Bnlltmi Illgflff Donald Swift tXValtcr Tice-:J and Roger Shit-lds Qllony Tcacheyl "have it out" while tht' Sim-
mons family. Letty Lythv. and Clhc-stcr Birmy look on.
the whole iownla iafking about flue .Jenior p ay
lhv '48 senior play, "The XX'hole 'l'own's Coinplications we-rc not lcssciiccl :my hy
Talking," t't'rtainly Qavt- tht' wholt- town reason thc zn'i'ix'al ol' l.:-tty l.ythc. 21 inoyic star, who
to tzillq. lht- plot was hilarious and provide-d lor somt- unknown rt-ason prc-tt-ndt-tl to ht-
e-xvt-llc-iit t-nlcrtziiinm-nt lrom ht-qinniiig' to Q-nd. am old, still-iiitt-11-stccl swvc'tht'arl ol' tfht-stcr.
lltrnry Simmons, at small town Illiil1Llllili'lL1I't'I', 'l'himg's rcaclivcl a Climax whvn Miss l.ythc's
was ow-rly anxious for his young' danqlitt-r. liaticcc, l2thyl's c-X-hoy lriciicl, and Clit-stei'
llthyl, to marry Cll1t'Slt'I' Bt-nny, his hacht-lor, took matte-rs into their own fists, scttling' things
husint-ss partnt'i'. Ol' vonrst- Mr. lit-nny had with a hx-c-lor'-all light in thc- Simmon's living
no sntih roinzmtic' idt-as in his civic-mindt-d room. Victorious Clhcstvr cndetl up on top
lit-ad. 'lhc-rclore things lnccaiiic quita- in- ol' tht- cliaiiclclicr, while' his two unconscious
volwd wht-n lQthyl's lallivr attviitptm-tl to tcziuh victims wt-rc sprawled ont on thc lloor.
him tht- tactics ol' love amd niarriagc proposals.
Page 106 text:
it i ii.,
letterman ,J cfub feacla will: Jporia projecia
l.ucky lettermen are, Ifjfl fo right, ,fini l'0It,'.' Dick Boyles, Bill Craig, Perry McDowell, ,lim Neely, Bobby Jo Mickey,
Buddy Nance, Bucky Brown, Perry Jones, llax Thurman, and Buddy Sechrest. Snwzfl fuzz-: Bobby Baird, Clyde
Garrison, Charlie Mai'tin, Jack Petty, Donald Brown, Harlan Burton, Lawrence Kimball, Bill Allen, and Bobby Lee.
7711111 mzc: Clyde Baxter, YV. B. lX4iller, Gene Dillard, Ralph Brown, Goldston Harris, Bill Ring, Nos Alman, Bob
Grady, and Ray Hayworth. l'tIIU'f!I roze: james Slaydon, Charlie Jones, Billy Jones, -lack Powell, Darrell Wlinslow,
and Bobby Padgett. lfifflz row: Dan Smith, Donald Tolliver, Bill Seckler, Harold .-Xuman, Ken Yarborough, Charlie
Bryant, Billy Yuneannon, Frank llassell, Donald l.evina, and Glenn Hudson.
Leaders in letters are officers, Ziff! Z0 l'l',1f1ll,,fiI'.Yf rule:
Charlie Bryant, president, and Coach Simeon, adviser.
Sffcoml row: Pete Jones, vice-president: Ken Yar-
borough, sergeant-at-arms, Clyde Garrison, secretary,
and ,lack Petty, treasurer.
The purpose of the Monogram Club is to
promote and uphold the highest athletic
standards and to create a closer bond of fellow-
ship and loyalty among lettermen. With this
in mind, members of the Monogram Club
carried out a plan of re-organization that
began a year ol' varied activities and projects.
At the first meeting in December ollicers
were elected to serve for the remaining portion
ofthe school year. Those elected were Charlie
Bryant, president, Perry Jones, vice president,
Clyde Garrison, secretary, -lack Petty, treasur-
er: and Kenneth Yarborough, sergeant-ab
arms. Athletic Director A. Simeon was
There are eight sports in which H.P.H.S.
players and managers may earn letters. Al-
though the winning ol' a block H.P. is necessary,
the candidate must be accepted by club vote
to become a member of the Monogram Club.
Immediately alter re-organizing, twenty-eight
boys were admitted to the ranks ofthe lettermen.
ln order to provide money for worthwhile
projects the club sold basketball novelty pins
and operated a Concession stand during base-
ball and track seasons.
Page 108 text:
Jfunlenid form club for nouicea in ilzeapian arid
Leaders in tliespian art are MCurtain Callers" officers,
left In rfgltl, jiri! raw: Bobby Lee, president, -Io Anne
Ronk, secretary and treasurer: and lN1r. Heniford,
adviser. Szfcoml rnzif: Miss Mclnnis, adviser, Barbara
Short, Corresponding secretary, and Alvis Ennis, vice
rehearse! Often have these words
echoed through the auditorium
at High Point High School this
year. Scarcely an afternoon
passed after the organization of
the new dramatics club, The
Curtain Callers, that some of its members were
not busily engaged in practicing the latest
play, experimenting with make-up, or finding
some new Stage properties.
On stage, everybody-ready--
Under the sponsorship of Miss Laura Mc-
Innes and Mr. Lewis Heniford, the club was
originally organized to give students a chance
for excercising their various talents of acting,
writing, stagecraft, directing, and costuming.
It quickly became one of the inost active and
popular clubs in the school
Highlighting the activities of The Curtain
Callers was their participation in the State
Dramatics Festival at Chapel Hill with the
presentation of "Escape by Moonlight?
lNTonthly plays were put on by Curtain
Callers members for the enjoyment of the
student body. Evening performances were also
given for the general public.
Curtain Callers, lqfl lo rzlghl, ,DHI row: Bobby Carrigan, Gladys Hall, Betty Floyd, -Io Auman, Bobby Baird, Bettyf'
Baxter, Peggy Culler, ,lean Armfield, Ann Grissett, Barbara Dawkins, and Pat Hackney. Serum! raw: Nolan Brewer,
Betsy Guin, Barbara Cranford, Polly llady, Betty Grubb, Dolores Cates, Nlelba Clapp, Darlene Jenkins, Betty Clarke
Dillon, and Kent Hubbard. Third row: Bill Adams, Mary Lou Dillon, Helen Dallas, Becky Hurt, Norma Bundy,
,lean Kathryn Mui'1'ay, Myrtle Hughes, Ann Bain, lX1ary Lib Casey, and Rosie Beam. Fozzrlh rnzrf: Betty ,lean Carter,
,Iames Buck, Mary Cox, Mary Dern, Nancy Haltom, Bill Caughman, and Tommy Beaver. lfrfth row: Ray Greene,
Eddie Haire, David Brewer, Bobby Aldridge, Mary Rose Danford, Teasa Bloom, Beatrice Danford, and Helen Black.
Sixllz raw: Perry McDowell, Barney Duggins, Lonnie Borland, Alvis Ennis, Ann Allred, Elzene Pegram, Shirley Allred,
Bonnie Cranfield, Pat Blaire, Dorothy Hendricks, Donna Carroll, and Arlon Pons, Sezvfnth row: Doris Rae Glenn,
Billy Hatley, Bobby Bundy, Grace Ann Guy, Millieent Hall, Peggy Haithcock, lX1ary Ann Britt, Ann Folger, and Betty
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