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cXroMfdina The 1939 Edition of The Summit Biltmore College Annual Editor Bill Horton Business Manager Richard Roberts Dedication We, the 1939 graduating class of Biltmore College, dedicate this first edition of our annual. The Summit, to Dean C. A. Lloyd in sincere appreciation and gratitude for his work and efforts in our behalf. Foreword Prior to this year, Biltmore College has never published a year-book. We realized, however, the need for such a publication, and decided to start what we sincerely hope to be a series of outstanding issues of The Summit. The name Summit was chosen for several rea- sons — the most important being that it so aptly fits cur geographical location and our ideals of ex- cellence in learning and living. We present to you this first edition of The Summit, and trust that it will be a cherished source of happy recollections in the years to come. The Editor. — Faculty DEAN C. A. LLOYD German B.A., M.A., Vanderbilt Uni- versity. VIRGINIA BRYAN Dean of Girls A.B., Erskine College; M.A., Columbia University ; Special Certificate for English, Columbia University. E. RAY MANN Physics and Mathematics A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina; Ph.D., Cornell University. W. ERNEST MERRILL Chemistry and Biology Furman University; M. S., Tulane University. J. J. STEVENSON, JR. History, Government, and Bible A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; B.D., Emory University. GEORGE W. MEAD Economics and Sociology Ph.B., Dublin College; Ph.D., University of Heidelberg; D.D., Berea College. A. C. REYNOLDS, JR. Economics and Accounting A.B., Duke University. FRANK GOUGH Voice and Glee Club Attended University of North Carolina ; Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore ; Curtis Institute, Philadelphia; Pupil of Pietro Mimetti, Pasquale Amator, Emilio De Gogorza. MRS NORMAN HAWES Mathematics and Physical Education E S 1 Diversity of hatta- nooga; M.S., University of Okla- homa. MRS. J. W. STANFORD French B.A., College de Jeunes Filles, La Rochelle, France. WILLIAM B. LOGAN Meclianical Drawing and Descriptive Geometry Attended Furman University; Washington School of Fine and Applied Arts. MRS ANNA LEE STYLES Expression and Dramatics A.B., Weaver College; Curry School of Expression. FRANK HOWARD RICHARDSON Hygiene M.D., F.A.C.P., A.B., Cornell School of Arts and Sciences. MARGUERITE BECKETT Librarian The Sophomore Class Class Officers JAMES YOUNG Born: Asheville, X. C. " Worth, courage, honor, in- deed tliese your sustenance and birthright are. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. President of Sophomore Clasp. Basketball Team 1, 2. Chemistry Assistant -. LeROY love Born: Murphy, X. C. " There ' s not a minute of our lives should stretch with- out some pleasure. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. President of the Freshman Class. Vice-President of Sophomore Class. " Cos- metic Atmosphere " ; " Holi- day " ; " The Potboiler " ; " The Showoff. " State Dra- matic Contest 1. BILL HORTOX Born: Weaverville. X " He lias reason and calm judgment, tlie qualities spe- cially belonging to a leader. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Editor of Summit 2. Presi- dent of Dramatics Club 2. Secretary of Sophomore Class 2. Chairman of Self- Help Club 1. Glee Club 2. " Holiday " ; " Cosmetic At- mosphere " ; " The Inn of Return. " State Dramatic Contest 2. Chemistry As- sistant 2. Freshman Mar- shal. fr!S HOYT ACKER Born: Asheville, N, C. " A silent address is the genuine eloquence of sin- cerity. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Chairman of International Relations Club 2. Soft Ball Team 1, 2. BILL BEAKLEY Born: Asheville, N. C. " An easy-minded soul, and always was. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Highbinder Staff 1. Dra- matics Club 1. " Cosmetic Atmosphere. " HOBERT AIKEN Rorn: Asheville, N. C. " An ounce of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Vice-President of Fresh- man Class. Assistant Stu- dent Manager of Basket- ball Team 1. MARGARET BELL Born: Asheville, N. C. " Capacity for steady friend- ship is proof not only of good- ness, but strength of mind. " Graduate of Haw Creek High School, 1937. PERRY ALEXANDER Born: Asheville, N. C. " What should a man do but be merry? " Graduate of Swannanoa High School, 1936. Inter- national Relations Club 2. State Dramatic Contest 2. " Sister Mouse. " LUCY CARLAND Born: Richmond, Va. " But to see her was to love her. Love but her and that forever. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Dramatics Club 1, 2. Co- Editor of Bluets 2. Circu- lation Manager of Bluets 1. Glee Club 1, 2. Highlander Staff 1. Freshman Marshal. Secretary of Eta Beta Pi 1. Chapel Hill 1. HARRIET ALLEN Born: Asheville, N. C. " Joy rises in me like a sum- mer ' s morn. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937 President of Eta Beta Pi flub 1. Summit Staff 2. Dramatics Club 1. 2. Glee Club 1. State Dramatic Contest 1, 2. " Cosmetic At- mosphere " ; " Sister Mouse " ; " The Potboiler. " Freshman Marshal. Most Popular 1. JOHN CARPENTER Born: Asheville. N. C. " Nothing is more adroit titan irreproachable conduct. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Summit Staff 2. MARTHA CECIL Born: Spartanburg. S. C. " What an eye she has. ' Meth inks it sounds a parley of provocation. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 193fi Entered Biltmore from University of Tennessee. 1939. State Dramatic ( " ' on- test 2. " The Inn of Re- turn " ; " Sister Mouse " HOWARD CHARNOCK Born: Steubenville, Ohio. " 1 am sure that care is an enemy to life " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. .TAMES CLOUSE Born: Asheville. N. C. " To think without confusion, clearly ; To love his fellow men sin- cerely. ' Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937 Dramatics Club 1, 2. Stage Crew 1, 2. State Dramatic Contest 1. International Relations Club 2. MILDRED COXE Born: Travelers Rest, S C. " Profound sincerity is the only basis of talent, as of character. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Dramatics Club 1. Glee Club 1, 2. Vice-President Eta Beta Pi Club l. Self- Help Club 1. Art Editor of Bluet. 2. " Cosmetic At- mosphere. " Summit Staff 2 LESTER CRIST Born: Franklin. Ohio. " My heart is as true as steel. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Glee Club 1, 2. Bowling Team 2. JAMES DAVIDSON Born: Biltmore. N. C. " Humor is gravity con- cealed behind the jest. " Graduate of Swannanoa High School, 1937. Glee Club 2. Basketball Team 1, 2. Bowling Team 2. In- ternational Relations Club 2. Soft Ball Team 1. 2. AUBREY DICCS Born: Cross Hill, S. C. " And ever as lie went, some merry lay lie sang. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Glee Club 2. International Relations Club 2. Bowling Team 2. TOM DOUGHERTY Born; Norfolk. Va. " Whose amwr is his honest thought, and simple truth his shield, " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. President of Biltmore Bowling Teams 2 . Inter- national Relations Club 2. Glee Club 2. GEORGE BURNER Born: Birmingham, Ala. " His limbs were cast in manly mould For hardy sports, or contest bold. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Basketball Team 2. Soft Ball 1. 2. MELVIN ELIAS Born: Biltmore, N. C. " I love the truth and -wish to have it always spoken to me. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Entered Biltmore from Mais Hill College, 103S. Glee Club 2. Bowling Team 2. STANLEY GARRISON Born: Asheville, N. C. " It is not what he has, nor wluit he does, which directly expresses the worth of the man, but what he is. " Graduate of Woodfin High School, 1936. BILL HENDRICKS Born : Asheville, N. C. " An artist is a dreamer con- senting to dream of the actual world. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Art Editor of Summit 2. Art Editor of Bluets 1. Soft Ball Team 1, 2. ANGUS KELLY Born: Hickory, N. C. " A kind heart loseth naught at last. " Graduate of Darlington High School, 1937. High- lander Staff 1. HANSELL KOON Born: Wilmington, N. C. " He was a good man and a just. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Basketball 1. Bowling Team 2. JAMES LEE Born: Asheville, N. C. " Coolness and absence of heat and haste indicate fine qualities. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. International Relations Club 2. ALLEN LUTHER Born: Asheville, N. C. " And certainly he was a good fellow. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. Dramatics Club 1, 2. Stage Crew 1, 2. Summit Staff 2. State Dramatic Contest 1. hurley Mcintosh Born: Ashe vi lie. X C. " She is an unfathomable personality: leader, comforter, and talented friend. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1 937 Assistant Editor of Summit 2. Editor of Bluet 2. Dra- matics Club 1. Eta Beta Pi Club 1. Glee Club 1. 2. The Potboiler " ; " Cosmetic Atmosphere " ; " Holidav " Contest 1. Highlander Staff International Relations President State Dramatics " luh 2. Self -Help Club 1 RKTTV LOU MOORE Born: Winston-Salem. N. C. " Smiling always with a never-fading serenity of coun- tenance, and flourishing in an immortal youth. " Entered Riltmore from St Genevieve of the Pines 193$. Attended Plonk School of Creative Arts. Dra- matics Club 2. Assistant Editor of Bluet 2. Most Popular Girl 2. ERNEST MORGAN Born: Asheville. N. C " Power belongs to the self- possesse Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. International Relations Club 2. PRISCILLA XOVES Born: Boston. Mass. " Haste thee. Pan, and bring with thee Jest and youthful Jollity. " Graduate of Mon treat High School, 1937. Entered Bi 1 1 more from Mon t rea t College. 193S. Dramatics Club 2 Captain of Girls ' Swimming Team 2. GRADY REAGAN Born: Asheville, N C. " Skilled equally with voice and pen To st ir the hea rts of h is fellowmen. " Graduate of Lee H Ed- wards Hi h School, 1937. Co-Editor of Bluet 2. Dramatics Club 2. Glee Club 1. 2. International Relations Club 2. Prose Editor of Bluet 1. RICHARD ROBERTS Born: Asheville, N. C. " His mind his kingdom; Us will his law. " Graduate of Biltmore High School, 1936. Busi- ness Manager of Summit 2. International Relations Club 2. WOODY ROGER? Born: Asheville. N. C. " The force of his own merit makes his way. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Dramatics Club 1, 2. Stage Crew 1, 2. State Dramatic Contest 2. TACK SHCFORD Born: Asheville. X. C. " The wisdom of the wise is an uncommon degree of com- mon sense. " Graduate of Lee H Ed- wards High School, 1937. Bowling Team 2. Interna- tional Relations Club 2. JANE SMATHERS Burn: Ashe vi lie. N. C. " She smiled and all the world was gay. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Eta Beta Pi Club 1. " Sister Mouse. " EILEEN SMITH Boin: Asheville, N. C. " Her witty and vivacious writings are indicative of the same traits in Iter person- ality. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. 1937. Winner of First Prize in Playwriting Contest 2. Secretary of Dramatics Club 2. Eta Beta Pi Club 1. Glee Club 1, 2. Secre- tary Self-Help Club 1. State Dramatic Contest 1, 2. Cap- tain of Girls ' Tennis Team. " The Potboiler " ; Cosmetic Atmosphere " ; " Holiday " ; " The Showoff " ; " Sister Mouse. " Bluets Staff 1, 2. Summit Staff 2. Hi ' eli- liuuler Staff 1. GLENN SMITH Born: San Antonio, Tex. " To make the weeper laugh, the laugher weep, He had the dialect and dif- ferent skill, Catching all moods in his craft of will. " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School. En- tered Bi It mo re from The Southern Workshop. BILL TROUTMAN Born: Asheville, N. C. " Knowledge is, indeed, that which, next to virtue, truly and essentially raises one man above another ' ' Graduate of Saluda High School, 1937. Basketball 1. International Relations Club 2. Biology Assist- ant 2. FRANK WORLEY Born: Pomaria, S. C. " For the love of laughter, hinder not his humor " Graduate of Lee H. Ed- wards High School, 1937. OWEN WRIGHT Born: Washington, D. C. " Wit and wisdom are born with a man. " Graduate of Swannanoa High School, 1937. Dra- matics Club 2. Self-Helu Club 1. GEORGE YOUNG Born; Bellingham, Wash. " Let me have music dying, and I seek no more. " Graduate of Swannanoa High School, 1937. Dra- matics Club 2. Bowling Team 2. Most Popular Boy 2. No Pictures TYSOX BETTV Born: Montgomerv. Ala. " Such power there is in clear-eyed self-re- straint. " Graduate of Stony Brook High School, Stonv Brook, N. Y . 1937. Entered Bilt- more from the Ala- bama Polytechnic In- stitute, 1939. JOHN MICHAEL Born: Ashe vi He, X. C. " Surely never did tliere live on earth a man of kindlier na- ture. " Graduate of Lee H Edwards High School. 1937. En- tered Biltmore from the University of Xorth Carolina, 1939. Basketball 2. PAT POLLARD Born:. Harrington England. " Understanding is the wealth of wealth. " Entered Biltmore from Sacred Heart Convent. St. Joseph. Mo. WILLIAM PRESCOTT Born: Scranton, S. C. " A man of clieerful days and confident to- morrows " Graduate of Lee H. Edwards High School. 1937. Entered Biltmore from Mars Hill College. 1939. LATIMER RUDOLPH Born: Atlanta. Ga. " A gentleman from tip to toe. " Graduate of Ashe- ville School. Entered Biltmore from the University of North Carolina, 1939. Honor Students GRADY REAGAX Faculty Representative at Commencement Exercises JAMES YOUNG Student Representative it Commencement Exercises I The Freshman Class Freshman Class Officers TAMES M. HALL. JR. President Bom: Asheville. N. C. Lee H Edwards Hish School. 1938. JOE C. DAVIS Vice-President Bom : Asheville. X. C. Lee H. Edwards Hi»h School, 1 !£ SADIE JUNE LOVE Secretary Bom: Murphy. NF. C. Lee H. Edwards Higil School, 1938. JACK ALEXANDER Born: Biltmore, N. C. Biltmore High School. 19.58. HEXRV BAKER Horn: Asheville. N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. ERVIN BALL Born: Charleston, S. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. JOHX BOHAXNON Born: Saundersville, Ga. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. ALMA LEE CATHEY Born: Asheville, N. C. Vallev Springs High School, 1938. J. W. AUSBURN Born: Portland, Oregon. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1935. PAULINE BALDWIN Born : Asheville, N. C. Biltmore High School. 1938. JIIANITA BELL Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. WILLIAM BROOKS Born: Canton, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. JOHX CHAMBERS Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. HELEX COLE Horn: Asheville, X. C. Lee H- Edwards High School, 1938. JACK CRAWFORD Born : Troy, S. C. Greenwood High School, 1938. DOROTHY DAVENPORT Born : Marion, X. C, Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938 KENNETH DOXALD Born : Fernie. British Co- lombia, Canada. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938 NEAL EVANS , Born : Hendersonville. x C Mills River High Srhoo!. 1938. LEO COX Born: Montgomery, Ala. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1937. HLRSCHEL CRAWFORD Born : Black Mountain, X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. CECILE DEYEXTSH Born: Asheville, X. C- Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. JOE DUNCAN Born : Asheville. X l Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938 BILL FULMER Born : Conover, X C I . ' ■ H. Edwards High School, 1938. MARC GALYEAN Bom: Syland, N. C. Valley Spring High School, 1937. AYLETT GRIFFIN Born : Savannah, Ga. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1937. DICK GROSS Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. ED HARGIS Born : Somerset, Ky. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. PHILLIP HOYLE Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1936. MARCELLUS GARNER Born, Meridian, Miss. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1937. BLACKBURN GROSS Born: Des Moines, Iowa. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. BILL HALL Born : Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. HARRY HITES Born: Washington, D. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. BILL HYATT Born : Barnardsville, N. C. Barnardsville High School, 193S. TOMMY JAMES Bom : Hamilton. Ohio. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. BILL JORDAN Born : Savannah, Ga. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938 HAROLD KEITH Born: Timmonsville. S. I Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. MACRIXE LADY Bom : Eddvville. Kv. Eddvville ' High School 1938 MARY HEILIG Mc DOW Born: Greenville. S. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. BEX JARRETT Bom: Greensboro. X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1937. DICK KAPLAN Born : Syracuse. X Y Grace High School, 1938. WILMA KYLES Bom: Charlotte. X. C. Grace High School, 1938 MARY LAWREXCE Born: Greensboro. X C. Grace High School. 1937. GEORGE McGILL Bom: Anderson. S. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1°3S. BILL McMURRAY Born : Black Mountain, N. C. Swannanoa High School, 1938. MARGUERITE MURRAY Born: Johnson City, Term. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. ERNEST PATTON Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. JETER PRITCHARD Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. MARK RUBIN Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. JOE MOTTSMAN Born : Pittsburgh, Pa. Hendersonville High School, 1938. FRANCES NELSON Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. HOWARD TEARSON Born: Chicago. Ill Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. DIXON RICHARDSON Born: New York, N. Y. Asheville Farm School, 1938. JEANNE SIMMONS Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. MARK SMITH Jiom: Asheville. N C Haw Creek High School. 193S. ETHEL STROUPE Bom: Asheville. X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1937. JOHX THAYER. JR. Born: Asheville. X C Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. LOUIS VAN DYCK Bom: Portsmouth. Ya. Lee H. Edwards High School. 193S. EARL WEST Bom: Andrews. X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. [938 HEXXY SPAAXBROEK Born: Amsterdam, Holland. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1937. MARY G. TEXXEXT Born: Asheville, X C Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. POLK THRELKELD Born : Robinsville. X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. GILMER WEATHERLY Bom : Bristol, Tenn. Black Mountain High School. 1938. JACQUELINE YARR. Bom: Asheville, X. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. No Pictures JULES BLOMBERG Born : New York. East High School. 1938. FRAXK DUNNE Born: St. Petersburg, Fla. Valley Springs High School, 1938. HARRY BUCKNER Born: Asheville, N. C. West Buncombe High School, 1934. DEAN GARDNER Born : Chicago, 111. Senn High School, 1938. JAMES DENNY Born : Black Mountain, N. C. Black Mountain High School, 1938. WILLIAM JOHNSON Born: Asheville, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School. 1938. RICHARD SCHARFF Born: New Bern, N. C. Lee H. Edwards High School, 1938. Sophomore Class Will -Someone who can really Stanford — A vocabulary of Amer- Gough — A fresh batch of " little We. the class of ' . 9, being of unsound, but disposing mind, bad memory, and poor under- standing, dc make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament. e direct that all our ornerous debts, tuition, and graduating expenses be paid as scon as may be after our graduation. We herebv give, de- vise, and bequeath untc the following named: To Dean Llcyd- speak his English. Tc Miss Bryan — A class with an attitude. To " Fess " Merrill— A bird pie baked of the link birdies who tell him all the school scandal. To Dr. Mann — A limit, (since he has never b;en able to find one). I Mr. Stevenson — Some moustache wax. Tc Mrs. Hawes — Some water-wings. To Mrs. Stvles — A free one-way ticket to Chapel Hill. To Mrs. ican slang. To Mr. demons . " To Dr. Mead — A pulpit. To Miss Beckett — A Library fres from jitter- bugs and bridge-players. To Mr. L ' gan — The " Shew-Off? " toupee. To future couples — A -six-inch rule " donated by Miss Bryan. To Juanita Bell — A foot of Allen Luther ' s height. To Polk Threlkeld — LeRoy Love ' s assumed adult " air. " To Freshman Girls — Another Casanova like Melvin Elias. To the Laboratory Frogs — A gravevard. Ti Anyone — Lucy Carland ' s " three-day- drunk. " To. Bill Johnson — Hoyt Acker ' s " Charles Atlas " physique. To Phil Hoyle — Mere things to put off till tomorrow. 1 1 Neal Evans — Grady Reagan ' s basso pro- fundo. To Aylette Griffin- air. " To Maurine Ladv — fane Smathers ' s sxeeze: -Harrie: Allen ' s " " college To " Pat " Strcupe — Another Bill. To Henny Spaanbroek — More boys previously- unattacked. To Dot Davenport — A little of Hurley Mc- intosh. To Humble Freshmen — Bill Horton- superb EGO. To the next Editor of Bluet. ' — A staff that will read its material before the printer does. To Kenneth Donald — " Bro ' Durner ' s yvim. yvigor. and witality. To the Library- — Priscilla Xoyes donates her autobiography yvhich proves that the Yanks are still gunnin ' for Southern scalps (male). To next years Plavyvright — Eileen Smith leayes her " Sister Mouse " — yvhich got caugh: in a trap and turned cut tc be a yvharf-rat. I - Alma Lee Cathey — Mildred Cose ' s " per- manent. " ' To Dixcn Richardson — Stanley Garrison ' s Packard. To Freshies. yvho can always use them — Nickels for the " coke " and candy machin - To Jce Davis — " Sheik " Chamock ' s I in lability tc rr.oyv- ' em-doyvn. To Louis Van Dyck — Bill Hendricks ' s spe- cial spot on Beaucatcher. To William Brooks — Aubrey Dicus ' s quiet, unassuming air and modest personality. To the college Piano — Another George Young. To Cecile Devenish — Betty Lou Moore ' s " Fatal Fascination. " — And Dick Kaplan yve leave We further provide and direct that, in the event that we should not all graduate at one and the same time, the great bedy of those hopeless ungraduates. who, after two years of toil, strife, and teachers have not yet reached our high posi- tion in life, be buried in their studies for one more year — it ' s their funeral. (Signed) SOPHOMORES OI ' 39. (Seal) Witness - Mildred O m Eileen Smith. Hurley McIntosh. A ctivities Summit Staff Bill Horton Editor Richard Roberts Business Manager Hurley McIntosh Associate Editor Bill Hendricks Art Editor Harriet Allen Mildred Coxe John Carpenter Eileen Smith Priscilla Noyes Wilma Kyles Sadie June Love Bluets Staff Grady Reagan and Lucy Carland. . .Co-Editors Hurley McIntosh Editor Assistant Editors Betty Lou Moore Dick Kaplan Ethel Stroupe Ethel Stroupe and Eileen Smith, Circulation Managers Moore Lantz and Marcellus Garner, Business Managers Marcellus Garner Advertising Manager Bill Hendricks and Mildred Coxe. .Art Editors Typists Mildred Coxe Eileen Smith Dixon Richardson Miss Virginia Bryan Instructor and Adviser The Masqueteers Bill Horton President CECII E DEVENISH Vice-President Eileen Smith Business Manager Harriet Allen Marguerite Murray Lucy Carlaxd Priscilla Noyes James Clouse Grady Reagan James Davidson Woody Rogers Xeal Evans Ethel Stroupe Wilma Kyi.es Owen Wright Allen Luther Jacqueline Yarrow Betty Lou Moore George Young Mrs. Anna Lee Styles Instructor Tournament Plays {Chapel Hill) THE INN OF RETURN Sadie June Love Martha Cecil Joe Davis Jeter Pritchard Harold Keith Bill Horton Louis Van Dvck Polk Threlkeld SISTER MOUSE Eileen Smith Ethel Stroupe Aylette Griffin Mary Heilig McDow Jane Smathers Sadie June Love Harriet Allen YVilma Kyles Perry Alexander Phil Hoyle Jeter Pritchard Kenneth Donald International Relations Club Hurley Mcintosh President Jeanne Simmons Vice-President Grady Reagan Treasurer Class Presidents Hoyt Acker James Lee Sadie June Love The International Relations Club meets, through the history classes, once each month, when speeches are made on various topics of current interest and news events are discussed. It also sponsors a bookshelf, and being a member of the national organization, gets many of the latest books on topics of vital current interest. - Basketball Squad Bill McMurray Henry Baker Jim Davidson Georgs Durner John Michael Tommy James George Caldwell Jimmy Young Bob Swicegood Coach John Bohannon Student Manager Special Students Virginia Barrosse George Caldwell Lucile Cook Margaret Duckett Richard Gillis Dean Gardner Emma Kate Haves William Johnston William Lcgan John Weaver Glee Club Frank Gough . . . M.irgaret Duckett .Director . .Pianist Sopranos Lucy Carland Lucile Cook Helen Cole Dorothy Davenport Emma Kate Hayes Betty Leu Moore Marguerite Murray Ethel Stroupe Jacqueline Yarrow Tenors J. Y. Ausburn John Carpenter Howard Charnock Lester Crist James Davidson Tom Dougherty Melvin Elias Bill Hendricks Richard Scharff Altos Mildred Coxe Hurley Mcintosh Priscilla Xoyes Eileen Smith Bass Aubrey Dicus Bill Horton William Prescott Grady Reagan Gilmer Weatherlv Bowling Teams Louis Van Dyck. Captain Bill Hyatt Mark Rubin Harry Hites Melvin Elia5 George Young. Captain Tom Dougherty Lester Cri t Richard Scharff Xeal Evans lames Davidson. Substitute I BON MARCH 4 8 B on ■ ycAR Asheville Born Asheville Owned Asheville Managed 1S89-1939 LOANS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE AT CECIL ' S J. L. Murray Loan Fund Has Been Operating Since 1926 Since 1926, almost 300 students, from Ashe- ville and Buncombe county, have been granted loam " , for tuition in attending Cecil ' s business college, from the J. L. Murray fund. The fund was established from the estate of J- I.. Murray, who at his death in 1895, left his entire estate to a foundation the pro- ceeds of which must be used for the education of worthy boys and girls of Asheville and ' Buncombe county. Applications for loans from the fund may be made through the office at Cecil ' s business college. The trustees of the fund believe that by educating young men and women in a prac- tical business college where an employment bureau is maintained, as part of the regular set-up of the college, and is always available to it ; graduates, contributes the greatest service that can be given young men and women who wish to lift themselves above the ordinary opportunities and to make them- i selves better suited to embark on successful careers in the business world. The success of former students, who have availed themselves of the fund, is most gratif- ying. The loan is so arranged that it is paid back in small monthly payments, thus creating a " revolving fund " to help others. No interest is charged, if the small monthly payments are made promptly and ample security given. Similar funds have been left other insti- tutions, all intended to help worthy students complete their studies and embark on careers. These funds, without exception, have proven highly beneficial, doing a service that no other method of financing could render. For complete information about the work- ings of the Murray Fund apply at the office of Cecil ' s Business college, in Asheville. Students who expect to enter as late as next fall should make applications as early a possible as only a limited number can be accommodated each year. Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. 48 Haywood St. Asheville, N. C. +-„. For Pure Refreshment DRINK IN BOTTLES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Asheville. N. C. . . .._., f Compliments of ■ ' COURT HOUSE SODA FOUNTAIN ■■+ 4 Compliments of GALYEAN ' S GROCERY 558 Biltmore Ave. Phone 1950 4 4— The Photographs in this Annual were made by HOWARD STUDIO Congratulation to the Class of 1939 Compliments of TINGLE ' S CAFE " THE LITTLE CAFE WITH BIG EATS " You don ' t have to go to college to know that Fields are Asheville ' s Greatest Clothes Values! - ■■+ +- ■•+ +•- WACHTEL ' S, INC. Hospital, Physician and Sick Room Supplies 65 Havwood St. Asheville. N. C Compliments of FINKELSTEIN ' S 7 S. W. Pack Square Asheville, N. C. Cordial Good Wishes from ffiittmoie DAIRY FARMS " SINCE ISO 7. -HIGHEST QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS ' " YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE AT HAVERTY ' S " The Friendly Furniture Store 60 Havwood St. Phone 2607 .„ + 4 4..—.. — - . — T + HILL ' S MARKET Select Meats, Poultry and Game in Season " ' The House of Quality and Service " Telephones 5461—5462 129 College St. Asheville. X. C. Compliments of FAIN ' S THRIFT STORE Asheville. X. C. ■f +• - + +- The MAN Store 22 Patton Ave. ' Everything That ' s Good — In Good Cltohes " COVINGTON SPORT. INC. " Everything For The Discriminating Sportsman " Phone 5017 r l Havwood St. Asheville. X. C. -f +- MASTER SHOE DYERS GARDNER ' S SHOE HOSPITAL Leaders in Shoe Repairing Telephone 4537 18 N. Lexington Ave. Asheville, N. C. ■■+ +.—.._.. + +.. Compliments of S. H. KRESS GO. Asheville ' s 5-10-25c Stone ■■+ Compliments of " Your Shoe Man " EDWIN BURGE 7 Haywood St. .._.._.. .._,._. — .._.. „_, + ■————————..—..—..—.+ Compliments of ASHEVILLE NEHI BOTTLING GO. Manufacturers of R C Cola - - Part-Pak - Nehi Flavors JOHN LOY ' S m Sandwiches 2i.i Biltmore Ave. f Compliments of 1 I STORES C OMPANY 1 N C. ) . 4 $cHrafft s CHOCOLATES Good Candy to have handy, and School Supplies and Materials Distributed by MORGAN BROS., Inc. 67 Broadway (Wholesale Only) Asheville, N. 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