THE CITY SHOE SHOP
PllOXh'. JOIII) HlCIl POINT, N. C,
Accretlited — Co-(Mliioati«mal
CHARTERED 1834 FOUNDED 1837
Cuilford lollegf, locaU-d five miles from iiu-c-t the demands of iircsent-diiv M-litil.ir-.hi|i
c;reensl)(iru, N. C, in the lu-art of the Pied- and the urKent needs of eonlemporary life,
niunt Plateau — a region rich in liistorieal .Majors in fourteen aeademie suhjeets, a
sigTiifieanee and jiartieularly favored hy even pliysieal edueation jirogram designed to
eliniatie eonditions, oceujjies 292 acres of reaeli every student, and a full jirogram of
heautiful eam]His and woodlands. The school extra-curricular activities are offered at
was founded hy and is under the direction of tiuilford. 'I'he quality (jf jirogram is high in
the Society of Friends. It is non-sectarian in relation to the aniuia'l cost.
jiractice. Enrollment is limited to a group The story of Cniilford's ideals and progress
small enough to jiermit every student to he- through a century of cmitinuons educational
come intimately acciuainted with facult.\' service, through changing economic, social,
memhers and with every other studcTit. The and educational conditions is an integral pari
ratio of faculty mem'hers to students is of the historv of higher education in America
a|.i.r.>ximately one to ten. .\li li and others who know the storv of
Cuilford offers a hroad, liheral arts train- (inilford are striving to meet the cliallenge
ing. Its ilistinctive course of study, enriched of one great centurv of achievement witli
hy the traditions of a century, is plarmed to an even greater one.
CLYDE A. MILNER, President
GUILFORD COLLEGE North Carolina
'"''High Point's Home Oniied
122 S. Main St. High Point, N. C.
Famous fur quality since ]!)0(1.
SoM liy llie estaliiislu'd riiniitiirc
ami (l('iM)i-ative trades.
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,iLin rCuitl) jWaiii S^tn■l-t
Hiijli |3oint, ^'ortli CCaroltna
"The Friendly Real Estate Office"
116 W, Washington Street
Phone 3456 High Point, N. C.
DENTON R. R. CO.
Schenk Provision Co.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
""IS'ittliin^ But Service to Sell"
409 Moreheod Avenue : Greensboro, N. C.
Jos. D. Cox and Sons, Inc.
HARDWOOD DIMENSION STOCK
DOGWOOD, PERSIMMON, HICKORY
HIGH POINT, N. C.
JOSEPH D. COX '04 JOSEPH J. COX '28 ELWOOD COX '34
IN THIS ANNUAL
WERE MADE BY
200 WEST MARKET STREET
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
PHOTOGRAPHERS PHOTO-ENGR WING
and MULTILTTH SERVICE
L O YA L
always, to the
cause of better
JAHN &- OLLIER
Makers of Fine Pnntin?
Plates for Black and Color
817 W WASHINGTON BLVD
CM/ C^-/ (?
\ ISIONS created by ihe imagination
precede the achievement of any
ri lily great accomplishment. The
iliilily to weave the threads of imagi-
riiiion into the finished fahric is equally
It has lieen tlie privilege of the
I iiwAiius & BnoucHTON Company to co-
opi'rate with the staff in creating their
M-ion into material form.
Such cooperation is one of the
"visions" which precede the building of
a successful business, and is a part of
the working policy of the Edwards &
To those Staffs desiring complete co-
oiii ratiim, we offer unexcelled service
\ou, too, niav be jiroud of ^ou
Dr. Russell Pope's poetry is so much a jiart of Guilford that the Staff
of the 1944 Quaker could think of no theme more distinctive than his
"Nathan Hunt's Great Day" and no descriptions of tlie college more beautiful
than those contained in his (iuilftnd poetry, wiiich we have reprinted here
Dr. Pope's lines are the inscriptions on the "archways of the swiftly
passing years" whicli we Iiave spent at Guilford; "hearts and voices joining,"
we set them in our 1914 Quaker.
Memories, like scatlcred liirds flying,
Down tlie long sky.
And in distance converging.
Here, in our present forms nest,
Wiience, in their own lime
They, too, shall stream sunward.
Winging their fliglu
On tradition's strong win".
(Member ( '*•" : f '^ JEst I92l)