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Page 23 text:
Mr. D. P. VVhillc'y, principal of
High Point High School, is known
to students und faculty for his ox-
pcrt supvrvision of our school,
his leadership in school activitirs,
and his concern for school aflairs.
MR. D. P. Wmrnxav
ln His Hancls Rested Our High School Careers
Lqfl: Mr. Whitlcy tackles thc higjub of adjusting schedules for a group of seniors. Lqff to riglzl: 'llhomasinc Strother,
Ramcllc Hylton, O. H. Ricrson, Elliott Abel:-s, .johnny Bell, and Paul Boylcs. Righl: Mr. Whitley welcomes a group
of nl-w teachers to High Point High School. Lqfl I0 fliglll: Mx's. Helen Gentry, Mx'. John Bonham, Nlr. Chester La-
Fcvcr, and Miss Pcggy VVithcrington.
Page 22 text:
Mk. fZuARr.lis F. CARROLL
His Hands Directed Cur Years
Mr. Charles F. Carroll, superin-
tendent of High Point City sqhools,
is recognized for his progressive
leadership in educational Holds
by both state and national au-
in City Schools
Lq'fl: Congratulations ara' oflrrcd to superintendent Charles F, Carroll by Pete Jones, Bill Lewis, joe' O'Nvill, Sgt
Shields, and Lulhvr hiartin aftvr his annual speech to our high school students. Right: lvlr. Carroll discusses with
Andy Pickens an article in a rcccnl magazine.
Page 24 text:
Guiding, counsel'ing, teaching, and lending
a helping hand were the administrators and
faculty of High Point High School during the
year, 1950-1951. They faithfully served the
students both in their oflices and classrooms
and by their guidance and counsel. They
became special friends of their pupils by listen-
ing to their ideas, serving their best interests,
and giving them a guiding hand.
The school board, composed of five promi-
nent citizens under the chairmanship of Mr.
Williani A. Tomlinson, serves as the connecting
link between the school system and the citizens
of the community. YVorking closely with the
school board is Mr. Charles F. Carroll, superin-
tendent of the city schools, whose untiring
efforts and farsightedness have developed an
educational program which is second to none
in the state.
The dean of boys, Mr. Nile F. Hunt, has served as an amiable
consultant during the year, especially to boys who, confronted
with decisions, desired information concerning military en-
Miss Anna Mendenhall, who has the responsible position of
dean of girls, has done a magnificent job of handling the
varied problems with which she is daily confronted.
Heading High Point Senior High School is
a man whose advice and counsel are held in
highest esteem by the students of H.P.H.S.,
Mr. D. P. Whitley, our principal. His con-
stant service, his ability to understand the
students, and his competent direction have
helped to make our high school one of which
we may well be proud.
Two of the important people in our school
are our deans, who give incessantly of their
time to help the students through their advice
and friendship. I Our dean of girls is Miss Anna
Mendenhall and our dean of boys is Mr. Nile
Good humor is contagious in the general
office as Mrs. Johnsie Jackson, our school
secretary, flashes a happy smile at all who
enter, even though she is always busy answering
the phone, issuing books, filing reports, and
efficiently managing the office. Helping Johnsie
is Mrs. Doris Teague, who ,adds to the pleasant
atmosphere, as she supplies information for the
students and faculty. She is also well known
to the seniors for her help in getting transcripts
off to the colleges of their choice.
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