Flora Macdonald College - White Heather Yearbook (Red Springs, NC)

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Nineteen Fo 7 ..-5" T Zz PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS-' MACDONALD I Mary cgfeanor farker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF l L I .,.,.iY OLLE , R PRINGS. RT C4 OLINA clizabeflz 'Uniden .fucjveli BUSINESS MANAGER 1-'ff-1. with a gace to ilze guture WE LOOK UPON the beginning of a new eraha span of fifty years of growth, development, and fulfillment of our dreams of a college which will be far better than the one of today. This dream has been inspired by the minds and souls of the Christian men and women who formed the real cornerstone. 4 Mere dreams are materializing every day in the thousands of dollars pouring into our improvement fund. The concrete evidence will be in a new water tank, refiooring, improved lighting system, new equipment for classrooms and dormitories and other necessary alterations. It is we who must have vision. The realization of our dreams will in- spire our children and our children's children. We have seen the semi-centennial year. Perhaps it will be our grand- daughters who will witness the one hundredth anniversary of our Alma Mater. We wish for them success and happiness through their college years. May they have the crowning joy we have experienced in publishing this annual. law? 5 uf cf cf ' I9 ' JV' la e e wa e 47 Lie e I er to ' ., l g SEAS? .,.'-"mf ' . ' .:,5"'ff5,iv - 'YPVQ' ' fsrwqsv . . +1 f.vQ'?3'X, ,- .gg TH RUST and falth she holds ln our generaggggph, fl ' F-. 4' 1"'3?1"rf'l. be a treasured memory. By her example We are ,Q 'JF 'Q Ju, f l'f"2: to study in order that we may fulfill eHicien1:1y'o,'l iQl'jfji4i:':.f1Q' , , , .. if :fl as c1t1zens. 'I . 1 " ff4yJgfv?ff?-Qiggflgwlif Vg, li 239' , '.gfIy,u..2J-'Q3?1l,4C:2l4y. 15, 1 f "-,, ,--ufmqg 1 s ' 5-l'?"fai:1 , ,iysff 1-" 2 "i,'llitmi"v23512-nl: -1 u h"fl'.t?2y1ffAl, X r,5.,.-4511.-gk-,, epxzfn ,m.v1:'5mifJe:W . ':!ft'?il55'f' ""' .A J'fv-"ww 1, -e.!'5il?21"'fU.i7l-ill' ' -' rw-v::.'e'f "l '-vziwmiilkffe-fri flr' r'fi-ffuiw 11 " V' WN4 ..v..r .. 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A. -K 5 .-A if V 'W 'N 1, 5 K .4 ' ' K 1" .JJ mg- . AA -1' L I ,. A A ,Er 5 -1 1 ' 'Sl In ar away from n0i,4y lumu I x iiiiiisliulioii x . X HENRY GRAYBILL BEDINGER. BA., B.D., D.D. President AS DIRECTOR of our improvement eeimpaign, Dr, Bedinger has shown deep concern for our future, Under his supervision we are reaching the goal. In all that he undertakes, we perceive the absolute sincerity that rules his every move. i 1 0 1 DEAN FRANCES ALEXANDER MCLEOD. B.A. Dean of Women A SAVING sense of humor is what the girls admire most in Dean McLeod. Her power of understanding, vital interest in college problems. and standard of values have been an inspiration in 1947. DEAN ROBERT REUTER, B.Mus., M.Mus. Dean of the Conservatory HIS ABILITY in leadership in the F.lVI.C. conservatory has made the music department very outstanding. Success as a teacher has made Dean Reuter an outstanding person on the campus. DEAN HAZEL MORRISON. B.A. Dean of the Faculty and Registrar SHE EMERGES from copies of grades, schedules and other detail oflice work to hold conferences. Her patient consideration is a great help to all Flora Macdonald students. DR. VARDELL FIFTY YEARS AGO there was a man and a dream. The man was Dr. Charles Vardell, the dream grew and became a life work-it was Flora Macdonald College, McLeod Reuter Morrison CHARLES GRAVES VARDELL B.A.. D.D. President Emeritus The Deans .1 n 'f 11 N, Faculty Bible: NATALIE CRAWFORD MOFFETT, B.A. Professor ELIZABETH CLARKE MCPHAUII. B.A. Associate Professor Biology: ALEXANDER BELL STUMP. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor LAVINIA L. MULI.INNlX, B.S. Associate Professor Chemistry: JANE COLSON GLENN. B.S., G.Ph., M.S. Professor Education: MARY MCLEAN CONOLY. B.A., B.S., M.S. Professor GENEVIEVE MCMILLAN NEIGHEORS, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor ANNIE MOORE CHERRY, B.A., M.A. Professor English: HELEN H. SALLS, B.A., M.A. Professor VIRGINIA BONEY, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor History and Social Science: CAROL ROBERTSON, B.S., M.A. Professor GENEVIEVE MCMILLAN NEIGHBORS, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor Home Economics: FRANCES ELIZABETH COIVIER, B.S., M.A. Professor MRS. E. T. CROWSON, BS. Associate Professor Latin: HARRIET N. MORRISON. B.A., M.A. Professor Mathematics: ELLEN RASOR. B.A., M.A. Professor Modern Languages: ELIZABETH L. MOORE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of French JEANNE MAURER CHEWJ B.A. Associate Professor of Spanish Music: ROBERT REUTER, B.Mus.. M.Mus. Dean of Con- servatory and Professor of Organ and Piano LILLIAN FARQUHAR ROBESON. Professor of Violin: Harmony: Counterpoint: Ear Training, and Sight Singing LIDA LAW CHAPMAN, B.A., BM. Professor of Organ. Piano. History of Music, and Music Appreciation LOIS J. LAMBIE, B.A., M.A. Professor of Public School Music ETHEL M, ROWLAND. B.S. Professor of Voice AILEEN lV.lClVlILLAN. B.Mus. Associate Professor of Piano Physics: JOHN F, CAMPBELL. B.S. Associate Professor Physical Education: ETHEL BATEMAN, B.A,, M.A. Professor VIRGINIA CONNOR, R.N. Associate Professor of Home Nursing Business Subjects: LETA WELTHA MCINTYRE, B.S. Professor ELIZABETH STENHOUSE, B.L. Associate Professor KATE MCLEAN STEWART. B.A. Instructor in Eng- lish. Rapid Calculation and Spelling Bursar: BROWN MORRISON, B,L. 12 Dietitian: MRS. LUTHER GAMBILL, BS. Librarian: MRS. FLORA M. PERRY, B.A., B.S Housekeeper: MRS. MARY HELTON IFZ1' "" "Y"-'WY 777777777 777777 A-1, .-4' . .2 is ' I I' N : 'Q N l 5 ,J XY I ,A f' - BEA r - fit f-.Q X .ks A- L ' ll ' 4 I I z , Q? l 1-Q First mu: left to right: Bateman. Boney, Cherry. Chew. Comer. Conoly, Svcoud ron" Crowson. Gentle-y, He-ltrvn Mclntyre. McMillan. Moffett. Thtrd row: Moore, Morrison B , Morrison H.. Mulhnix, Xetghbwrs, Perry Fourth row: Rasor. Robertson. Rowland. Stenhouse, Stewart. Stump. Lambie. 13 Z7tc4Jezp0rlaf.4 --it 5'. 'TV' x Rhynv, Parrish, Lytton, Nye, Youngblood , A ..,,,' ,' f,- . -x ii! X -1 gf p K X , f , vc. X, 1 :Q-'lit' 'lil l NWN W 'AMW -QQNXXQ. ll-ww lx H Klllwm, "OUR COLLEGE FRIENDSHIP is the finest" is sung for another 'tlast time" by an F.M.C. graduating class. Forty-nine seniors suddenly realize that days of themes, quarterly exams, "campuses," and the classic "week-end" are over. This being the twentieth century, they also realize it's no bright shining world they are stepping into, but an old confused planet which needs everything they have to give. May those dreams of college life come alive for a better tomorrow in the world of the Class of 1947. Senior Class Ollicers ANNE ELIZABETH YOUNGBLOOD, President EVELYN SUE LYTTON, Vice President ELEANOR SUE PARRISH, Secretary SARAH NYE, Treasurer JANET PEGRAM RHYNE. Tea Room Manager BETTY BLUE MCCALLUM Assistant Tea Room Manager Miss Jr-:AN CHEW, Adviser JAMES DIcKsoN MCLEAN, III, Mascot - . irc.. Y V535 ' ' . T Y ."':Ej:f p - TA '5 Mascot .,.1 l I 17 , l n lg.. Seniors VIRGINIA DARE Asxsw. B.A. Granirnar Grade Methods Kenly, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society. Critic 33 William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 21 Basketball 1, 23 Hockey 1. 23 Atlantic Christian College: Summer School 2, "Miss Cherrtf' . . , reserved . , . attractive . , . twinkling eyes . . . East Ill . . . t'Sarah" white blouse and black skirt at breakfast. LULU LITTLE ATKINSON. B.A. English and Social Science Kenly. N. C. Zetesian Literary Society, Corresponding Secretary 33 William Bartram ScientiFIc Society 2, 3, 43 L'Alliance Francaise 3. 4, President -13 Home Economics Club 3. 43 Prayer Band Leader 33 Westminister Fellowship 33 Tennis 1. 23 Archery 2. 3. 43 Pine and Thistle Staff 3, 4, Editor-in- Chief 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 13 Mission Study Leader 3. "Little Lulu" . , , unpredictable . , . moody , . . "P and T" . , . Dick . . . frank . . . precious things come in small packages . , . "Miss Boney" , . . generous. JUDITH ELLA AUTRY, B.M. Church Music Charlotte, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Secretary 2. Section Leader 3, 4, President 43 Music Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary 3, President 41 Organ-Piano Recital 23 Junior Organ Recital 33 Graduation Organ Recital -lg Prayer Band Leader 3. 45 Senior Scribe 43 Flora Macdonald Summer School 1. 33 Double Sextette 2. "Judy" . , . sectional rehearsals , . . spontaneous laughter . . . early morning rendezvous in conserve , . . Mr. Reuter . . . independent . . , talented musician . . . fun loving ...'tYou old hay," IRENE BALDWIN, B.A. Science and Math Lansing, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society3 Home Economics Club 13 L'Alliance Francaise 1. 2. 31 Mathematics Club 2. 3. 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 2. 3, -1, Vice President 33 Mission Study Leader 13 Prayer Band Leader 23 Typing Editor WHITE HEATHER 2: Monogram Club 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4. Varsity 23 Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4, Varsity 33 Athletic Board. Salesman 2. President 33 Student Council 3. 43 President Student Body -13 Christian Association Cabinet 43 Superlative 4: Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, "Brain" , , ,Lansing and them thar hills , . . capable . . , good athlete . . . our candidate for best all round . . , sincere . . , hard worker . . . black rohes and candlelight . . . scientist. FRANCES CRAIG BARKER, B.S. Home Economics Milton, N, C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Home Economics Club 2, 3. 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 3. 43 Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4, Captain 2. 3. 4, Head of Hockey 3, Varsity 2. 33 Monogram Club 3, -43 Athletic Board 2. 3, -13 President Athletic Association 43 Student Council 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 1, 2. Gracious . . . hockey captain . . , Harry and PJ.C .... Miss Comer . . . good natured , . . laughter . . . "Lucy" . . . pies. MITTIE ISABI-:LL BOGGAN. B.S. Home Economics Pee Dee, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: William Bartram Scientific Society 2. 3. 43 Camera Club 2, 3, 41 Home Economics Club 2. 3, -13 Granddaughters' Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1. 2. 3. 43 Basketball 2, 3. 41 Tennis 13 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 23 International Relations Club -4. "Roger" . . Pee Dee . . . good-hearted and gracious . . , black , . . "Miltie Grace" . . . gentle. kind. and shy but with mischief in her eye, 43" ' ! 18 The 1947 White Hcathcx Seniors HAz1-:L COLLEEN BROADWAY, B.A. Social Science and Mathematics Asheboro, N. C. d' Secretary 4' William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 2. Zetesian Literary Society. Correspon mg , 3. 4:AMathematics Club 1. 2. 3. 43 lnternational Relations Club 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4, L'Alliance Francaise 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, Varsity 33 Woman's College of University of North Carolina Summer School 2. "Teacher" . . . long hair . . . there is no place like Asheboro . . . willing . . . "Well," MARGARET IRENE BROCKINTON, B.A. Grammar Grade Methods Kingstrce, S. C. B t m Scientific Society 1 2 Zetesian Literary Society: South Carolina 1, 2, 3: William ar ra , , 3. 45 Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Prayer Band Leader 33 Christian Association Cabinet 4g Student Volunteers 1. 2. 3. 4, Atlantic Christian College Summer School 3. "Little B" . . . South Carolina . . . "Greetings,' . . . fudge . . . outspoken . . . "nice" rocking chair . , . prophctess, TRUDIE CLARK, B.A. Primary Methods Clarkton, N. C, S ' ntific Society 3 4' Highland Players 2 3 4' Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg William Bartram cie , , , , , Hockey 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3: St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 41 College Marshal 3: Pine and Thistle Staff, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 43 L'Alliance Francaise 2. 3. 43 May Court 2. ' 1 th he does . . . lithe . . . Exact and precise , . , deep brown eyes that say -more an s dignified and charming . . . "commonest thing I ever heard" . . . walking in the rain . . . White Lake. SARAH CHRISTINE DABBS, B.A. Social Science and Bible Lexington, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg Commercial Club 11 International Relations Club 3, 43 Highland Players 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 3, 4g Wake Forest Summer School 2, 33 Wi-nn: HEAT:-u-:R Staff 4. "Polly" . Wake Forest . . . wavy hair . . . fraternity pins . . . Room 304 . . . un- ht . . . "carefree and happy am 1" . . . apparent depth . . . quick to joyous laug er P.J.C .... politician . . . surprisingly active. ELLA STEPHANNA ERVIN, B.S. Home Economics Catawba, N. C. t6 S cif-ty 2 3 4' Camera Club 2 3 43 Zetesian Literary Society: William Bartram Scieni c 0 . . . , . , Home Economics Club 2. 3, 41 International Relations Club 43 Student Volunteers 2. 35 Hockey 2' Basketball 1. 2. 3, -l, "Fm sorry" . . unobtrusive . . . studious . . . simplicity . . . more modest than meek. HELEN GAITLEY, B.A. Primary Methods Red Springs, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Day Student's Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3 Student Council 33 Granddaughters' Club 1, 2. 3. 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 2. 3, 4 Athletic Christian College Summer School 3. . Quiet . . . dependable . , , sincere . , . day student . , . "one of the Gaitleysf' 20 x fi 'Y11ll y - 1 L 194.7 Whlu' H cal In Seniors SUE NELL GRIFFIN, B.A. Primary Methods Unionville, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: St. Cecilia Music Club 3. 43 Glee Club 3. 4: Archery 23 Senior Class Cheer Leader 43 Atlantic Chrlstam College Summer School 23 Catawba College Summer School 3. "Suen'l" , . bangs . , . primary education . . happy-go-lucky . , . pickles and crackers. BETSY Haywooo HALL. B.A. Piano Rose Hill, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Peace College l, 23 Rho Delta Chi: Chief Marshal 23 May Queen 23 St. Cecilia Music Club 3. 43 L'Alliance Francaise 43 Granddaughters' Club 3, 43 May Court 4. "Tabby" . . graceful . . , stylish , . . queenly . . . independent . . . wasp-waist . . . denture. MARGARET HALL. B.A. English and Bible Plumtree, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society. Critic 33 Mitchell Junior College lj International Relations Club 23 William Bartram Scientitic Society 3. Unfathomable . . . unpredictable . , , sweet . . . witty . . , soft . . . studious, IVIARY-MARGARET HARRIS, B.A. Social Science and English Q Concord, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society. Censor 2, President 33 William Bartram Scientific Society 3. 4: International Relations Club 2, 3. 43 Hockey l. 2 3. 4. Captain 1. Varsity 33 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Varsity 33 Monogram 3. 43 Highland Players 3, 43 Glee Club 3. 43 Class President 23 Student Council 2. 33 Mission Study Leader 13 Prayer Band Leader 23 Christian Association Cabinet. Chairman Highway of Learningg Sunday School 43 Student Volunteers 3. 4: Chief College Marshal 33 Exchange Editor Pine and Thistle 43 Senior Scribe 43 Whois Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 3, 43 Superlative 4. "Peggy" . . . true Sportsman . . , valuable , . . congenial . . . sport clothes . . . red pajamas , . . Nell . . , well done . . . right sense of values . . . spirit of Flossie Mac, LUCY DAUGHTRY HUDSON, B.A. Primary Methods Lillington, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Campbell College Transfer '453 Campbell College Summer School 2. Deep. mellow, and infectious laughter , . . "Natural situation" . . humorous . . , non-sensical MELIC1-:NT HUNEYCUTT, B.A. Bible, English, and French Laurell Hill, N. C. Zetesian Literary Societyg Woman's College of Universiy of North Carolina 2: Delphian Society 23 Honor Roll 23 Classical Club 23 William Bartram Scientific Society 3. 43 Camera Club 3. 43 St. Cecila Music Club 1, 3, 43 Highland Players 43 L'A1liance Francaise 43 Student Volunteers 1. 3. -l, President 43 Sappho Poetry Club -1, President 4, Intelligence . . . Shakespeare . , . subtle humor . . Student Volunteers . . . "Madanio1selIe"hair-do's 'UA 22 'gl -FQ'-'f T110 1947 VVl 1ile Hcutllc-1 Seniors BETTY JEAN Ioor., B.A. Primary Methods Florence, S. C. Zetesian Literary Socictyg Presbyterian College 11 St. Cecilia Music Club 23 South Carolina Club 2, 3. 43 Athletic Board, Secretary 33 Sophomore Cheer Leader 23 May Court 3. 4, Long eye lashes . . . Dresden China . . . artless nonchalance . . , trips to Lilfs , . . ready helper . . . Dainty. DOROTHY KANOY, B.S. Home Economics Roxboro, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society, Ccnsor 3, Second Vice President 43 Home Economics 3, 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 33 Pine and Thistle Staff, Art Editor 43 College Marshal 33 Camera Club 23 Archery 23 Hockey 43 Senior Scribe 43 Athletic Christian College Summer School 3. 4. Cooperative . . . understanding . . . petite . . . grateful . . . telephone duty , . . genuine . . , deliberate . . . olive complexion . . . quiet, GOLDIE Lois KNOWLES, B.S. Home Economics Wadesboro, N. C, Zetesian Literary Society. Chaplain 33 William Bartram 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 2. 3, 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 43 International Relations Club 2. 3, 43 Highland Players 43 Camera Club 1. 2, 33 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3. 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Varsity 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Christian Association Cabinet. Chairman Comradeship 2, Chairman Enlistment and Training 33 President Christian Association 43 Class Preisdent 13 Student Universities and Colleges 4. Council 1. 43 College Marshal 33 Superlative 3, 43 Who's Who Among Students in American HG. K." . . . "Top of the morning" . . . bubbling . . . cabinet . . , conscientious and consecrated . . . "y'all" . . . Wadesboro . . . "let me hold that" . . . true love of Flora Macdonald , , . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . friendliest, HILDA LEE, B.M, Piano Fuquay Springs, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society3 Campbell Junior College 1. 23 Astro Literary Society 1, 2. President 23 B.S.U. Council 23 Y.W.A. 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 43 Hockey 33 Christian Association Cabinet 43 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 43 Piano Recital 2. 3, 4. Hard worker and dependable . , conservatory . . . a mind of her own . . . quiet dignity . . . "Bi-ynes" . . . pleated skirts. BRYNES Lewis, B.A. Science and Social Science Middlesex, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society. Corresponding Secretary 43 Campbell College 1, 23 Class Vice President 13 Astro Literary Society 1, 23 B,S.U. Council 21 Y.W.A, 1, 23 Volley Ball 1, 2. Captain 13 Glee Club 1, 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 43 Basketball 1, 2. 43 Hockey 33 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 43 Warn: HEATHER Staff, Assistant Business Manager 3. Campbell , , . "A G." . . . neat , . , reliable . . . "Hilda" . . . cooperative pickles and cofee . . , "little red caboose behind the train." EVELYN SUE LYTTON, B,S. Home Economics Gastonia, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society, Class Vice President 1. 43 Class Secretary 23 Home Economics Club l, 2. 3, 4, President 43 William Bartram Scientific Society l. 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 1. 2, 3. 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Highland Players 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Pine and Thistle Staff, Epsilon Chi Associate Editor 2. Business Manager 33 College Marshal 33 May Court 3, 4. Stylish clothes , . . hair twisting . . . wide belts , . skilled seamstress , . . immaculate . . , mellow laugh , . . creative . . , poised , . . aristocratic. . 24 4.4! fix wk The 1947 While' Hvaxtlwx Seniors ELIZABETH BLUE MCCALLUM, B.M. Piano Rowland, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society, Critic 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice President 33 Junior Piano Recital 33 Senior Piano Recital 43 Archer 23 G dd ' y ran aughters Club E, 2, Si 4, College Marshal 33 Assistant Manager Tea Room 3: Flora Macdonald College Summer choo 3. "Bee Bee" . . . scarlet blushes . . . P.S.M .... Mozart . . . wander lust after light bell . . . L.S.M.F.T. . . . Rowland . . . generous. MARY MCINNIS, B.A. Science and Social Science Red Springs, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 33 William Bartram Scientific Society 43 Day Student's Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 25 Basketball 23 Pine and Thistle Staff, Epsilon Chi Associate Editorg Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Frank . . . witty . . . outspoken . . . Presbyterian . . . sincere . . . genuine . . . taxi accommodation with Bernice. KATHERINE HIIIL MCKAY, B.A. Primary Methods Maxton, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: William Bartram Scientific Societ 3' St y , . Cecilia Music Club 33 LAlliance Francaise 2, 33 Day Student's Club 2, 3: Presbyterian Junior College Summer School. Flowers for the teacher . . . sweaters and skirts . . . college in three years . . . P. J. C. . . . clay student. Ross COCHRAN MCLEAN, B.S. Home Economics Eagle Springs, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Societyq Montreat College 1, 23 Home Economics Club 3, 43 Prayer Band Leader 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 3. "Montreat" . . . men . . . unselflsh . . . candid . . . on the go . . . Eagle Springs. MARGARET MCLELLAND, B.A. English and Bible Mooresville, N. Ci. Epsilon Chi Literary Society3 Queens, Salem, Davidson, Davidson Summer School 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 43 Student Volunteers 3, 43 Sappho Poetry Club 4. Grateful and etero T ' g z us . . . . Mikel . . . bicycle . . . "better late than never" . . . "Let's go on with the class. Miss Sails." ELIZABETH VARDELL MCNETT, B.A. English and Bible Philadelphia, Pa. Epsilon Chi Literary Society, First Vice President 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 33 St. Cecilia Music Club l, 2. 3. 41 Highland Players 2, 3. 43 International Relations Club 2. 3, 4, President 2, 3, Program Committee 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 3. -lp Mathematics Club 3, 4: Sappho Poetry Club 43 Grandoauehters' Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Archery 33 Athletic Board 33 College Sextette 25 College Marshal 33 Pine and Thistle Stalf, Literary Editor 43 WHITE HEATHER Staff, Freshman Editor 1. Business Manager 43 May Court 43 Chairman Dance Committee 43 Temple University Summer School 3. Raleigh . . . 304 . . . ingenious . . . individual . . . versatile . . . "Bills" . . . college cur and Marten . . . striking . . . fuses . . . "Grandpa" 26 5" 'wfvk fm' ' I ' h .xc X- L' 1947 While' Hr-3 Seniors VIVIAN MCQUEEN, B.A. Social Science Mullins, S. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg Tampa University 13 Christian Association Cabinet. Chairman Life Enrichment 33 Mission Study Leader 4: International Relations Club 2. 3. 43 St, Cecilia Music Club 43 Highland Players 43 Monogram Club 3. 43 Glee Club 43 South Carolina Club 1. 2. 3, 43 Hockey 2. 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3. 4, Captain 2. 3. Varsity 2, 33 Athletic Board, Head of Basketball 2, Treasurer 33 Class Treasurer 23 College Marshal 33 Pine and Thistle Staff. Typing Editor 2, Exchange Editor 43 Vice President Student Body 43 Student Council 43Superlative 33 May Court 33 May Queen 4. "Vivienne" . , . that South Carolinian drawl . . . altogether lovely . . . softness of a little kitten . . . unassuming . . . baths . . . "my land" . . . May Queen. MARY ELIZABETH NEwsoME, B.S. Home Economics Fayetteville, N. C, Epsilon Chi Literary Societyg Montreal College 1, 23 International Relations Club 3. 4. Pro- gram Committee 43 Home Economics Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Prayer Band Leader 4. Diligent . . . capable . . . reserved and quiet . . . admirable , . . Singer Sewing Center . . . ,frail , . . flare for design, JULIA ANN NURNBERGER, B.A. Primary Methods Red Springs, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society3 Day Student's Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice President 23 Glee Club 1. 33 Tennis 13 Archery 33 Wake Forest College Summer School 3, '3.Iudy" . , . theater bor office . . . "my brother" . . . auburn hair . . . men . . dances . . . artistic. SARAH POWELL NYE, B.A. U Primary Methods Fairmont, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society3 Womans College University of North Carolina 13 William Bartram Scientific Society 3, 43 Archery 33 Class Treasurer 43 Presbyterian Junior College Summer School 1, I Little children , . . sweet . . , efficient treasurer . . . ardent . . . steady . . . P.J.C, . . . unajiected . . . thoughtful kindness. MARY ELEANOR PARKER. B.A. Social Science and English Clinton, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society3 William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Mathematics Club 1. 2. 3: Glee Club l. 23 L'Alliance Francaise 1. 23 Highland Players 2. 33 Granddaughters' Club 1. 2, 3. 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 23 Class Treasurer 33 International Relations Club 2, 3. 43 Archery 13 Tennis 1, 2, 33 WHITE HEATHI-:R Staff. Junior Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Chief Scribe 43 University of North Carolina Summer School 3. ttPolly" . . . blonde . . , well dressed . . . trim . . . poise . . . keen mind. . . . Carolina . . . competent . . . WHITE HEATHER . . . modest . . . blouses . . business like. ELI-ZANOR SUE PARRISH, B.A. Primary Methods Smithfield, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: Class Secretary 3, 43 Highland Players 3, 43 L'Alliance Francaise 3. 4. Secretary 4: St. Cecilia Music Club 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3. 43 Monogram Club 43 Pine and Thistle Staff, Assistant Business Manager 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School. Hair rats . , . diligent secretary . . . blue eyes . . . F.B.I .... warm . . . athlete. 5 5 28 6' 6 .ai- Thc 1947 White HGHIIILXI Seniors LEA-FRANCES PENDLEY, B.A. Piano and English Fort Bragg, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: Glee Club 4: St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 2, 3, 4: William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 2 3, 4 President 3: Mathematics Club 1. 2 3 -1 T - . . V ' , . , reasurer 4, International Relations Club 3. 4: Camera Club 3, 4: Christian Association Cabinet 3. 4: Flora Macdonald College Summer School 3. "Pendley" . . . Fort Bragg . . . generosity . . , cheerful . . . animated . . . well in- formed . , . everybody's friend. FRANCES A. POWERS, B.A. Grammar Grade Methods St. Pauls, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: Woman's College University of North Carolina 1. 2: Alethian Society 1, 2: Medical Technologist Club 2: William Bartram Scientific Society 3. -1. Unobtrusiiie . . . auburn h ' , . . t' ' air secre we . . , reserved . . . tacit . . . sock curlers. FRANCES VARUE PRIDGEN, B.A. Primary Methods Chadbourn, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society. First Vice President 4: Commercial Club 1. Prayer Band Leader 3: Archery 2: Hockey 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4: Atlantic Christian College Summer School 2: Lenoir- Rhyne College Summer School 3. State and Robert . . . records . . . laughing eyes . . . cute clothes . . . neat . . . sweet .. . cooking . . . tactful. JANET PEGRAM RHYNE, B.S. Home Economics Stanley. N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4: William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2. 3. 4: Fire Chief 3: Tea Room Manager 3. 4: Senior Scribe 4: Pine and Thistle Staff, Feature Editor 4, Hockey l. 2, 3. 4. Varsity 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2. 3: Monogram Club -l: Lenoir-Rhyne College Summer School: Atlantic Christian College Summer School. "Pegram" . . . sleepy . . , half-pint . . . shorts and sweaters . . , carefree . . . artistic . . . fashionable , . lovable unique T Room Peter Pan col 1' . . . . , . . - . . . 0 S . . . dimples. ERNA ROWE, B.A. Social Science and Science Arapahoe, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Mars Hill Junior College 1: Clio-Phi lg William Bartram Scientific Society 3. 4: International Relations Club 4: Wake Forest Summer School 2. State . . . riding . , , Erique . , . good looking . . . long hair . . . physics , . . 613 . , , grateful . . . striking clothes. NELLIE GRAY SIDES. B.A. Bible and Social Science Statesville, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Mitchell Junior College 1. 2: Student Council 2: Dramatic Club 1. 2: Historical Society. Vice President 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Science Club 2: Marshal 2: Student Christian Association. Vice President 1. President 2: Student Volunteers 3, 4: Christian Association Cabinet, Chairman Life Enrichment Religious Meetings 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Quiet . . . deep thinker . . . Mitchell . . . knitting . . . reserved . . . earnest. 30 IK fi: 0 1947 Wlliu- H Seniors SARAH ELIZABETH SPENCE, B.A. Grammar Grade Methods Fuquay Springs, N. C. Zetesian Literary SOCiely1 William Bartram Scientific Society 1. 2: Glee Club 33 St. Cecilia Music Club 33 Basketball 1. 23 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 2. White blouse and skirt at breakfast . . . fried potatoes . . . dignified . . . East 111 . . . concerts 4'?J . . . "Jimmy" . . .stately attractiveness CLARA GENEVA SPIVEY, B.A. Primary Methods Elizabethtown, N. C. Zetesian Literary Societyg William Bartram Scientific Society 3. 4g Student Volunteers 13 L'Alliance Francaise 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 43 Hockey 1. 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2. 33 Basketball 1, 2. 33 International Relations Club 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 3. AClabber" . . Impulsive . . . hockey . , . temperamcntal . . . shy . . . Primary major . . . iligent. KATHERINE STRINGER, B.A. Social Science and English Red Springs, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society. Bob Jones College 23 Day Students Club 1. 3. 41 William Bartram Scientinc Society 1. 3, 43 Math Club 1. 3, 43 Pina and Thistle Staff, Associate Poetry Editor 4. Mrs. Campbell . . . poetry . . . "Ben" . . . natural beauty . . . impartial . . . discreet . . . sensible. lVlARY HELEN TEW. B.S. Home Economics Clinton, N. C. Epsilon Chi Society3 William Bartram Scientit'-lc Society 2, 3, 43 Home Economics Club 2. 3, Program Chairman 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 2. 3: Hockey 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 Archery 2, 33 Volley Ball 1. 23 Class Vice President 33 Student Council 33 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 1. "Too" . . . Boone , . . Huge gold sweater . . . moody . . . intelligent . . . under- standing . . , conscientious. ALICE IDA WALKER, B.A. Piano and Bible Forest City, N. C. Zetesian Literary Society: Mission Study Leader 11 Christian Association Cabinet. Chairman World Fellowship 2. Chairman Enlistment and Training 43 Vice President Christian Association 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice President 43 Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Sectional Leader 2. 43 Double Sextette 2g Piano Recitals 1. 2. 3, 4: Student Volunteers 2, 33 William Bartram Scientific Society 2. 3, -13 Camera Club 2, 33 College Cheer Leader 41 Pine and Thistle, Associate Editor 33 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Optimistic . . . loyal . . . cabinet . , . leadership . . . industrious . . . thorough . . . "my folks" . . . constructively aggressive . . .people . . . prompt. JANIE DUNLAP WILLIAMS, B.A. English and Social Science Laurinburg, N. C. Epsilon Chi Literary Society: Woman's College University of North Carolina lg Adelphian Society 11 Glee Club 2, 33 Double Sextette 2. 3: William Bartram Scientific Society 23 Inter- national Relations Club 2, 35 Day Student 43 WHITE HEATH!-:E Staff. Business Editor 3 "Possum" . . . dramatic . . . energetic . . . practice leaching . , "In my class" . P J.C ,... Chrislmas19-15 . . . helpful. ANNE ELIZABETH YOUNGBLOOD, B.S. Home Economics Smithfield, N C. Zetesian Literary Societyg William Bartram Scientific Society 2. 3, 43 Camera Club 3. 43 Home Economics Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 43 Highland Players 43 St. Cecilia Music Club 43 Monogram Club 43 College Marshal 33 Hockey 2. 3, 4. Varsity 33 Basketball 1. 2. 3, 43 Class Vice President 2. Class President 3, 41 Student Council 3, 43 Pine and Thistle Staff. Sports Editor 2. Exchange Editor 43 Atlantic Christian College Summer School 23 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. "A. Y." . . . Johnston County . . . Postoffice . . ideal class president . . . full of jun . . . council . . . Betty . Flossie Cameron . . . mischievous . . . "My gals a corkerf' Eff f""Q. .M -al- 'Y 5 Thai 1947 Whiu- Hcuthcl - Qffv r ' Q, .4., .-. .' -fY',..x... -'gr' 3 iq. .:l.-,.'.,1.'i.,f ' ,. ,lgwtxl ., 1' 413- J. fx -K. ' if I 1 - A I " I '1 . .vw irpr ,- ,' ' ' ':fT'e 'F Lvrff: ' Paco, Robertson. Wilson Legcttc, Newton, Roavcs, Kanny , . W ree own . one to go. 3-1 ff 0 D Y fry- Qu 7-X! fly e X: I , ' xf'N Y -- g7?i.S? ffxf -X 'A 9 'fifiifvi f A . BEING A JUNIOR was definitely an improvement as far as the juniors were concerned. How they did enjoy those special privi- leges! They meant added responsibilities but with the pleasing prospect of being seniors soon. So the Class of '48 looks forward. Junior Class Officers HARRIE1' W1LsoN, President Doms LEGETTE, Vice President GURLINE PACE. Secretary JEAN NEWTON, Treasurer J1-:ANNE KANOY, Tea Room Manager Louisa REAVES, Assistant Tea Room Manager 35 niors VZ? Nh' V xwf 8.58 ZH 9? AR HYX Q, . 'T' W' . . fi- 9.4 1""' ADDOR. SUE Addor, N. C. ADKINS. BETTY JANE Marion, N. C. Alvus. HARRIET ANN Norfolk, Va. ARNETTE, MARY FRANCES Conway, S. C. AUSTIN. SARA ALICE Maxton, C. BARDEN. IRENE Fairmont, N, C. BARROW, THELIVIA La Grange, N. C. BECKWITH. GRACE Fayetteville. N. C. 36 BULLOCK. PANTHEA Roxboro. N. C. COLLIER. MARGARET Wade, N. C. DRINKARD. ELLA DJAY Lynchburg, Va. DULL. FRANCES MAE Cameron, N. C. 194.7 Willill' HI EPPS, KATHLEEN Kingstree, S. C. FISLER. MARION Ivanhoe, N. C. FULCHER. AUDREY LANE Rocky Mount, N. C. GAYLORD. MARX' GRACE Winterville, N. C. GOODIVIAN, DAPHNE Marion, N. C. HARDIN, GRACIE Fairmont, N. C. HELTON. MARY GRAY Timberland, N. C. HOBBS. JANE STEVENS Wilmington, N. C. HODGIN. CHRISTINE Red Springs, N. C. HUINTPHREY. SARAH E. Warsaw, N. C. HUNTLEY, LELA FLAX Morven, N. C. JOHNSON. CATHERINE Red Springs, N. C. ,Q- Iii 0- we-L ZS 11+ Q NT' 1-nv Lll'11OI'S KANOY. JEANNE Roxboro, N. C. KOONTS, CLARA VIOLET Greensboro. N. C. KORNEGAY. AUDREY ESTON Warsaw, N. C. LANE. ELOISE JOHNSON Wagram, N. C. LEGGETTE, DORIS Proctorville, N. C. LEWIS. LINDA' Bessemer City, N. C. MCCANTS. MARGARET Asheville, N. C. MCCASKILL. JEAN Carthage. N. C. 38 Q' MCDOWELL. CAROLYN Elizabethtown. N. C. MCINTOSH, BONNIE LEE Kings Mountain, N. MCLEAN. MARGARET Woodstock, Va. MCLEOD, MARY EVELYN McBee, S. C. C. 7' E Li O' T' fi ,. ug' -i 3 5:3 Q' lv -5 .4-1 1. 6 KICRAINEY. EDNA NIITCHELL Parkton. N. C. NEWAIAN. FRANCES Tryon. N. C, NEXS'TON. JEAN McColl. S. C. NORTON. DORIS LEE Raeford. N. C. PACE. JANE GURLINE Orlando. Fla, REAVES. LOUISE Fayetteville. N. C. SINGLETON. JACQUELINE H. Red Springs. N. C. SIXIITH. lVIARTHA Charlotte Courthouse. Va. SNEED. LILLIEN PARKS Monks Corner, S. C. STONE MARY KATHERINE Lumberton. N. C. SUTTON. ELIZABETH Dublin. Va. TILLINOI-IAsT. NlARY SUE Dillon. S. C. C 1947 XYIIILC Heat llllllllk fn.. TURNER, HELEN GENEVA Fair Bluff, N. C. VANN. IDA RAY Clinton, N. C. VANNOY. FRANCES Reddies River, N. C. WADDELL. EVALYN OGLESBY Fair Bluff, N. C. 3' Rx 1--. vs.. J 0-Q, f -.A WATSON, GAY Red Springs, N. C. WATSON. MIRIAM Jonesboro, N. C. WAYNE. BETTY JOYCE Hallsboro, N. C, WILSON. HARRIET News Ferry, N. C. 40 -G WOMBLE, MARY ATWATER Wagram, N. C. WooD, RUBY Rockfish, N. C. 4 I, 71 -ff ,.-f -:An . . X 1 .1 asf 1 n. uxzug c. -u-nr af.. 5- .-,F 41 ..-, T- 1-.f ' ' .' "7 t .CWI I n Y I .wgidil . "-fi? , Jn W ' 4 V, .,. V N I ...., X, ,, 1 A . 4 -1' 4 .. X I -4.-,,: .4 v-5 -Q 13 :rl .W W.-,VL ,gin . w..Fr,l J X' .j I v .M tf, ' H nk J f- ,,.,.-,, L4 ' X1 1. ,. X- ww ,N A I,-C4 I Mg, K Nr , '. 1 .1 . 4 X. ' . 4, r 1, 4 I ' 1 ,C7..'i Lism,-, fm- I' wr! 31 . ' f , '-5.5 ,V V ,g,w,':J .1 1 ' . X , .gy Lx, ., ' 'il 1 1 W. f 4f.., N. 3 .KY Gw- 'Tl ' .,ff fl- -5 ,V :J , g b . it - Q xl' 'Q' 4 Hall, Knight, Parker, McPhaul, Herring f I ' f . ,L 1 1 A A 1 , R jul' .oh .N ' 4 .2 r A 2 'I ' u.4'l3. zn between I 42 A Heli' . 3 , - V C ,iii in QX f N IT ' 2 'HX - Aff? WMF C N fY THEY CAME BACK this September with a blase air which enabled them to stride through difficulties involved in being sophomores. Their motto: "Eat. drink, and be merry, for next year we'11 be juniors and then we'11 have to behave!" Full of fun, spirit. and ideas, F.M.C. would be duller without the Class of '49, Sophomore Class OHicers SHIRLEY PARKER. President RACHEL HALL. Vice President KATHARYNE HERRING. Secretary MIRIAM KNIGHT. Treasurer MRS. ELIZABETH CLARKE MCPHAUL. Adviser 43 Sciphoinores ATKINSON. ANNIE LOU. Fairmont. N. C.: ALLRED, MARIAN, Savannah, Ga.: ARNETTE. GAYNELLE, Fairmont, N. C.: BAIN, DORIS, Wade. N. C.: BACON. REBECCA. Hillsboro, N. C. BEABI. EVA MAE, Rutherfordton, N. C.: BEASLEY. WINIFRED. Lumberton, N. C.: BEDINGER. ALICE, Red Springs, N. C.: BERRYHILL, NINA. Barium Springs, N. C.: BISHOP. NANCY, Greenville, S. C. BRADY. BETTY, Chadbourn, N. C.: BRITTAIN. NELL ELIZABETH, Mullins, S. C.: BUNTING, CAROLINE, New Bern, N. C.: BULLOCK. CATHERINE, Fairmont. N. C.: CLARK. DORIS lVlCNATT. Fayetteville. N. C. CANTRELL. FAITH CYNELL. Chesnee. S. C.: CAUDELL, MARGARET JANE. St. Pauls, N. C.: CHAPPELL. ELIZABETH, Candor, N. C.: CONKLING, NAO?.flI, Jacksonville, N. C.: COX, NINA GERTRUDE. Tabor City, N. C. CRADDOCK, SARAH. Hamlet, N. C.: CRAWFORD, GLADYS, Greenville, N. C.: CROWELL. HELEN BEATRICE, Atlanta, Ga.: DAVIS, JOLINE. Bladenboro, N. C.: DELINGER, BARBARA ANNA, Davidson, N. C. DYER, JUNE, Bartow. Fla.: FIELDS, DOROTHY MAE, Carthage, N. C.: FISHER, PHYLLIS. Kannapolis, N. C.: FONVILLE, ANITA LOUISE. Tabor City, N. C.: GORE. FLORA BELLE. Tabor City, N. C. Atkinson Allred Arnette Bain ' BEICOI1 Beam Beasley Bedinger Berrylnll B1Sh0P IOP if 1 "Es, Xxx V7 1 TX pr- ,gm ,zz 44 '? dig 2 '- 'wx 7, 1' Ee 1- ID Q x Y' ig lb' C' 13 1 Brady Cantrell Craddock Dyer .404 if 0 Brittain Caudell Crawford Fields 'X-4 ana '6 'wif --1 ft Bunting Chappell Crowell Fisher 45 r 5 Bullock Coiikling Davis Fonvillo lllic' IQ i fi fe ?bX Y Clark Cox Deliiigel' Gore 7 llfllila' SOPHOMORES GREENE. VIRGINIA CAROLYN, Norwood, N. C., GRIFFIN, BLOSSOINI. Unionville N. C., HALL. RACHEL DARDEN. Marion, S. C., HAMILTON. MARION. Fairmont N. C., HERRING, KATHARYNE PRUDENCE. Clinton, N. C. 1 v HINES, ANNA MARGARET. Washington, N. C., HOOVER, FLORENCE, Batesburg S. C.: HUFFINES, JANE, Fairmont, N. C., HUIXITPHREY, PATRICIA ANN, Lumber- ton, N. C., JOHNSON. PATRICIA. Richmond, Va. v KING. VERA. Fayetteville, N. C., KNIGHT, HELEN JOY, Roanoke Rapids, Va: KNIGHT. MIRIAM. Orlando, Fla., KUNZE., MARIANNE. Leaksville, N. C., LEE LORRAINE. Hampton, Va. v Q LEDBETTER. NANCY LUCILLE. Norman, N. C., LIFRAGE, RORERTA, Salters S. C., LYTLE. DONNIE. Red Springs, N. C., MANESS, MYRA ANNE. Biscoe N. C,. MANN. MARTHA RUTH, Mebane, N. C. u 1 MAULDIN. EMILYN. Chesterfield, S. C.: MORRISON, IRIS FAYE. Roseboro N. C., MCCASRILL, BETTY Jo. Carthage, N. C., MCLEOD, SARAH, Aberdeen N .C. 1 1 MCNEELY. ANN ELIZABETH. Elkin, N. C., NASSIE. FRANCES. Laurinburg, N. C., PARKER. SHIRLEY. Jacksonville, Fla.: PAYNE, MARY WRIGHT. Wash- ington. N. C., PIERCE. VIOLET. Apex, N. C. Greene Grifiin Hall Hamilton Herring Hines Hoover Huflines Humphrey Johnson vs. Q ge as 'TA ll ye 'U' 'Lg tr 'U 46 fi? 1' ,Q FL. gf Q f' nib'- er 5 fu ! I n 0 6 , , , vw- 95 ,.- T R '7 bm- .? Y. 1- King Knight. H. Knight. M. Kunzo Leo Ledbetter L1fra2e Lytle Mancss Mann Mauldin Morrison McCaskil1 McLeod MCNQQI5' Nassif Parker Pm no Pierce ' r w 5 V - ' ' D llu HM, Xxlillki I -17 4 I Prevatte Rohanna Sopli O1nO1'Cs PREVATTE. MARY DELLE. Fairmont, N. C.g PRICE. BETTY. Pineville, N. C., REILY. ROSEBTARY, Washington, D. C., RIGGAN. FLORA ED, Henderson, N. C.g ROGAN. FLORENCE. Greeleyville. S. C. ROI-IANNA,JASlX1INE, Elizabeth City. N. C., RUSSELL. HELEN PAYNE. Kinston. N. C., RUSSELL. lVlARY ANN. Sanford, N. C.g SMITH, JANET, Whitsett, N. C.: SPIVEY. RUBY NELL, Elizabethtown, N. C. SWEARINGEN. IRIS. Orlando, Fla., TOWNSEND. SARA, Lockhart, S. C.: TUGWELL, NINA RUTH, Farmville, N. C., TURNAGE. MARY ANNE. Farmville. N. C., TURNER, MARY. North Charleston, S. C. WARD, TILLIE RUTH. Bladenboro, N. C.g WATT. MARGARET, Americus, Ga., WHITTEMORE. CASSIE. Graham, N. C., WILBORN, CLETA, Lillington, N. C.g WILLIAMS, MARGARET, Indian Valley, Va. WILSON, SUE, Linden, N. C.: WOODWARD, VERNIESE. Murrells Inlet, S. C., WORLEY, RAMONA, Pink Hill, N. C. Not pliotographedf BREWER, ANNIE MARGARET. Carthage, N. C. MCCORMICK. IMOGEN, Whiteville, N, C. Price Reily Riggan Rogan Russell. H. Russell. M. A. Smith Spivey 'Q ts ? fm 135- SQA -th kr ..j-- Q' I 5 -18 u W W W 1' -I ,x 4-wx 'C' cn., 9 r.1,, 1 li' x 'O 'QL' S Swearingen Turnage Whntemore la!-Q 1 A 5 . K, ' -9- Townsend Tugwell Turner Ward Watt Wilborn XVi1l13lTl5 Wilson Woodward Worley -19 ilu-1f,1jXXlm1-lllull-1 H w, r:1-13111,,1 A ' HE." 301' 11 I L,-B -15 Y -513.1 ,.,..v: 111 1m,,1l .11,.,,-.,1 1 1 1 c,1.r 11-11 'k -my 1v1,,.,..1f4 hw 11, ...nz ,r1 1. 1.1111 1. , 11, ..,., ,. 1 ' 1 1, 15,31 4. . V1 1pY. . 7111.11 1 M1-gg--,-11' . 1 1, .TI1 1. 1,11 1' 11 .1 1 1 , 1 141 '1. .'j.'1 1 11 1 1 1'11 3,5 '1s,x1." ' 1 ' 1 V. V. HH- 11 1 1 -1,11,,,p1,1.1 . 1.1K I "111LFf2F,-p .'1'L',v1', 1 .,,'1,f:'. a 1 "I1.1""1 ' I ' 11: ' ,'-1211291 ' .'l. VT: u lv 1. 1- ' 17113 X! ' 1',111,' .1 .51 Q:-f13'. '18, ?v1 '-1 f 1f.11lf1': ' -JJIUI1'-T,'. " K1 41 na:E'1fr1L11 ", 1-xv l I Y- 5' .519 11, '-1'1151fSQ11 'f!1.,fgj:1t- 1 Q 1, f 1 1 'S 51' N1 1 '2'!111-Y 2. , nf? 11, TWH ' ,JV 111 a,'1p',f 1.1, 1 1 " ,kf, - ,,11..1x1-,,14 'Q we- rv. . P 1-Se 4,1 rm lx .- r 'if' ily- X: sf ,-.f I 4' Buie,Ga1'dner,A1lred,W11liamson - 1 11:1.'1.11,111w,s1fg,-.H130Y3,A.1rm:'7H11p' 1-.L1!'17f'L11 Q 4 .-f ' ff 115--1 .1 1 11,1 1. .'1 11. ,,v,, 1- ' 1111j,1p11::.'f1 'f 1f1'F1"11.1i.r1.1q1-rwiv Av +'W.'z1 11-11 5-W. -Ruff' , ,,.,,5.311,'1.-',Y-ff-1,V'1 6:1-w'r-1-,lv-.1.11-1-1,111 1 1 1 1'1 111L-'w1gr1'-'- 121713 w.: 1' 11 "1 ' M r 12'1':S':'11f1a' 1 fw i2'f131.w?c 1 1 - '1L' , '1"1f'11 'f4"" 311' 'W""1w. ' 11 .11-1-1 -.1.w..1. ",w'n,qM'1r' ' ' 1 41 ,1.' ,11.'.f',,.A-11 -xii"-4f gL1yf.' 1 1' I H 1. q 1 ., , 1 122 1 r ng! an num era 50 .I -4 l"RESlrlXlhN It did not take this Freshman Class long to become used to college life at F.M,C. Small in size. they make up for this in quality. Already they have shown good future leadership. They came in with F.M.C.'s first dance-may that joyous spirit always be a part of the class of '50. Freshman Class Officers LAJEANA YVILLIAINISON. President Dswir Burg. Vice President DOROTHY ALLRED, Secretary CECILI,-x GARDENER. Treasurer Miss ELLEN RASOR. Adviser 51 ALI.RED. DOROTHY' ANN Candor, N. C. ANDREW. BETTY JANE Bishopville, S. C. BAGGETT. ELIZABETH ANN Greeleyville, S. C. BUIE. DEW'IE BELLE Barium Springs, N. C. CARSNVELI.. MADELINE Sanford, N. C. CLARK. MARSIIALL. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. COLLINS. RIIARGARET JEAN Glade Valley, N. C. COOK. MARY BURKE Logan, W. Va. DAVIS, SARA LOUISE Walhalla. S. C. DUNBAR, IVIARY BLAND Petersburg, Va. DUNNAWAY, JEAN Clinton, S. C. ELLIOTT, LEE Edenton, N. C. EVER!-TTTE. ELSIE Raeford, N. C. FERNER. PATRICIA West Palm Beach, Fla. GARRETT. MARIAN ELIZABETH Lynchluurg, S. C. GRAHANI. COROLYN Red Springs, N. C. GREGORY. MARX' Kershaw, S. C. GODP'REH', BARBARA Beltsville, Md. INGRAN1. ANNA JANE Wadesbnro. N. C. ICIRBY, EDITH Kc-nly, N. C. KITTRELL. ANNE ELIZABETH Roby-rsonvillc-, N. C. LIVINGSTON. HELEN P:lllLillZlllllUIl, N. Y. LUCAS, DERETIIEA Clinton, S. C. MAYNARII. BARBARA ClIc'I'z1w. S. C. --ls. 45 Sv? MELVIN. SARA Kerr, N C. IVIERRIIXIAN, GERALDINE Chesterfield, S. C. MCCALL. MARIAN RUTH Timmonsville, S. C. MCKAY, LoIs Hamlet, N. C. NICLEAN. BETTY Raeford. N. C. NOWARAH. JOYCE Roper, N. C. OTERSEN. CAINIILLE Wilmington, N. C. PARKS, MARY ALICE Charlotte, N. C. Wi !..a vw an S- V wg vt T' lv Op 'wr gf 'l'lIII PEARCE, EBINIA Jo Corpus Christi, Texas PEARSON. BETTY FRANCES Gibson, N. C. PHILLIPS. RACHEL JEAN Pageland, S. C. PLEINIINIONS. FAYE Lynn, N. C. POWERS, JUDITH ANNE St. Pauls, N. C. RICI-IARDEON. MICKEY' Durham. N. C. SINIITH, MARGARET Pageland, S. C. SINIITH. MARYLYN ELLSWORTH Washington, N. C. SPRING. MARGARET Lovettsville, Va. 53 Itytj Xltvliiln' III TILLINGHAST, HELEN Fayetteville, N. C. TOIXILINSON. PIAZEI. Fayetteville, N. C. TURNER, LILLIAN Trenton, N. J. VVALLACE, MARCELLA Bennettsville. S .C. WILLIABIS. CLARIE NIAXINE Washington, D. C. WILLIAIXIS. DOROTHY MAY Indain Valley, Va. VVILLIAIXISON. EVA LAJE.-ANA Logan, W. Va. WIRIAIER. FRANCES Roanoke, Va. YELVINGTON. ELIZABETH ANNE Clayton, N. C. gfff Y MARY TOWNSENFJ Pri-sident ELIZABETH ACRE!-I Vive Prusiclvnt FLORA J, DUNNAWAY Secretary-Trcrlsu rm' Miss LETA MCINTVRF Adviser If o IJ ear gentlemen . . . mcerely youu 54 Second Yczu' CTKJIHIHCIYTLII ACREE, ELIZABETH, Bartow. Flag GINN, FLORENCE. Clinton. S. C.g MCNEILL, NANCY KATHERINE, Greensboro, N. C.g PATTERSON, RUTH CARTER, Stony Point, N. C.g PATTERSON, LAURA, Bartow. F1a.g POOLE, MARY RUTH, Jackson, Springs, N. C.g STEELE, JEANTMURRAY, Leaksville. N. C.g THOMAS, LILLILN JANICE, Greeleyville, S. C.g TOWNSEND, MARY MIDELL. Orlando, Fla. Acree Ginn McNeill Patterson. C. t 52 wwf .LA Patterson, L. Poole Steele Thomas Townsend 55 ? if 311 , Q ,r-,I 1 X.- Comrncrcial Class First row, left to right: ANTHONY. BERTHA. Greensboro, N. C., BLOUNT 1 JEAN, Savannah, Ga., GARDNER, CECELIA. Fayette- ville, N. C., GARDNER. REBECCA, Fayetteville N. C., GLADDEN, MARY ELIZABETH. Sanford, N. C., GOODSON. DOROTHY. Barnwell, S. C., HUNTLEY, LILLIAN, Lenoir, N. C. Second row: JACKSON, BETTIE JANE, Florence, S. C., KATSOS v MARY, Carthage, N. C., KNOX, HILDA. Hunterville, N. C., LONG. MAY MARGARET, Greenville, S. C., .. ,- .. r. . .IX fl Si? 5, i' . ...ag v.A,,.. ... , 4 .X .- .,, za-LN . -. 21. A R -' sisiqsvf' . -,ji I-, I ,,.-fi . 1 :- . , Eg .- X I i'v ,V - . 1 -vs Lr.,' Anthony Jackson Kalsos Knox Long MCKissick McNeill Smith, B. Smith, W. 56 .5 1. .. I . I Blount Ga1'dncr.C, Gardner, R. MARTIN. RUTH MARY, Thomasville, Ga., MARTIN, SALLY, Arlington, Va., MONROE, FLORA, Laurin- burg, N. C. Third row: MCKISSICK, JOYCE. Blackstone, Va., MCNEILL ANNIE MAE. Jonesboro, N. C., SMITH. BONNIE M., Wilmington, N. C., SNIITH, WILHELMINA, Olyphic, N. C.: TOLSON, DOROTHY, Florence, S. C., WEBB. JONI, Winter Park, Fla. 4 M., .V - ,,i: -- ' -A 5 ', -' 2::2:1--,S k . R. tg: ' 44 , . as I A-I ..,, It . V xg x' 3 t.. -.wt ' MTH.-ez, 'Pi 'ivffm :' i gb ss.: ' - X3 Sw. 9 sf S if . N5-Q SA -131,33 . - -.1 , 1 1- 3. ' f fr I' - ' 1 ., - 'iz-12,54 ' ' "K: "'A " "'Pf' . R .A A 'Aa ' fa- . g lx 'ku-.-.' , , yd, g.. A ':7'7t '5'S ' 1 .-n-fy '3Qoc5 A s I wax 4- 9 S., '1 s J J Q 7 ol U 3 X Qi .4 ' : ,Eg-1:aj' . . ,,,,,,fQ - -rx' I TE ,I ' . ' X I ' ' J 3 1.5 .155 .:f Gladden Goodson Martin, R. Martin, S. Tolson Webb Monroe M f 5 X is A w E. w . ' ms' , vb Huntley Glee Club "THERE comes a pause in the days occupation that is known as the Glee Club hour." When the F.lVl.C. Glee Club sings, we appreciate the results of those practice hours and the spirit of cooperation between the seventy- four girls and their director, lVlr. Reuter. With a reputation for fine performance the F.lVI,C. Glee Club has the admiration of the whole college. Its music truly "hath charms to soothe." 58 Guest Artists "F.lVI.C. IS PROUD to present"-Eve outstanding guest artists each year, The appearance of renowned musicians, lcc- turers. and authors bring glamour from the outside world to busy college life. Such Visits inspire, as well as entertain. Witness the renewed diligence of practicing in the conserve following the appearance of a maestro! Three of the visiting artists of 19-17 were: Mack Harrell, Baritone: Gordon String Quartet: and Rosalyn Truect. Pianist. S .Xu- 59 fi' -A' -,...r"' .2 4 A 1 , r 1 1 U' " ' , . - . .-ni N :"MR0'5pi?Q!1..' fi? '1 fs f-, ,--V' YV- 5.5 v", 4. , Q' Y' xp xii Q 1 N,f', ' . "' , f5'1,i f -- "-, ,.'. . ' ' f4i2.:,, V, 4, N044 for ilze 60 riglzier Aide he uflzite MARY ELEANOR PARKER Editor-in-Chief ELIZABETH VARDELL MUNI-:TT Business Wlmragcr MRS. GENEVIEVE MACMILLAN NEIGHBORS Adviser McNett Parker Neighbors MEMORIES of the days at F',M.C. are recorded in the annual publication, THE WHITE HEATHER. Each year the student body elects from the rising senior class an editor and a busi- ness manager. The Junior class selects assistants for these positions. The rest of the staff is taken from the Sophomore and Freshman classes and other organizations in the college. This staff starts early in the fall with the difficult job of putting Flora Macdonald down in black and white. ,, 9 ...M 62 .Heather of 1947 LINDA LEYVIS, Assistant Editor AUDREY ESTON KORNEGAY, Assistant Business Manager MARY HELEN TEW. Senior Class Editor IDA RAY VANN, Junior Class Editor MYRA ANNE MANESS, Sophomore Class Editor CAMILLE OTERSON. Freshman Class Editor SARAH CHRISTINE DABBS, Snapshot Editor AUDREY LANE FULCHER, Snapshot Editor MARIANNE KUNZE, Snapshot Editor IRIS SWEARINGEN. Literary Editor ELLA MAY DRINKARD. Business Editor MARY RUTH POOLE, Typing Editor - KATHARYNE HERRING. Typing Editor Poole, Dabbs, 'Drinkard. Parker. Koruegay. Herring, Lewxs, Swearmgen. Tew, Fulcher, Vaun, Maness, Otersen. 63 The Pine and Thistle THE PINE AND THISTLE, a literary and humorous magazine, is published quarterly. The editor and business manager are elected by the student body and the other members of this staff are taken from the two literary societies. Through the medium of this magazine, its editors gain experience in writing and in the organization of material submitted by the students. Each individual student has opportunity to call attention to grievances, express opinions, and see creative attempts in print. H he grealeal Jiiafcouerer LULU ATKINSON Editor-in-C'hief Atkinson Boney Clark 64 I LK Townsend. Elliott. Hoover. Sneed. Knight, Mclnnis. Harris. McQueen. Drinkard. King. H. Knight Lifrage, VVatt. Kanoy. Russell, Rhyne. Parrish, Atkinson. Clark, Youngblood. pf the KM! Zafeniv I I NIARGARET WATT. Assistant Editor SUE PARRISH. Assistant Business Manager ELIZABETH lX'ICNETT. Literary Editor MIRIABI WATSON. JANET RHYNE, ELLA Ill.-XY DRINKARD, Feature Editors JUNE DYER. BIIRIABI KNIGHT. MARY Mclxxis. Epsilon Chi Editors ROBERTA LIFRAGE. HELEN KNIGHT. XETRA KING. Zetesian Editors KITTY STRINGER. LILLIAN SNEED, Poetry Editors FLORENCE HOOX'ER. DIARY Towxsi-zxn. Typing Editors WTIVIAN IWCQUEEN. PEGGY IH.-KRRIS. .ANXE YOUNGBLOOD. Exchange Editors NIARY ANN RUSSELLI DOT li.-XNOY. .lrt Editors Mtss VIRGINIA BONEY. Adviser TRUDIE CLARK Business Manager 65 -T The Student Im-:NE BALDWIN President I t "LAW AND ORDER" is brought to F.lVl.C. under the auspices of the Student Council, composed of the leaders of school activities. Theirs is the task of making a Student-Faculty Cooperative Government operate successfully. The President of the Student Body is the leader and presiding ' K 4 officer of the Student Council. The motivating force of this organization is to help the girls realize their sense of personal responsibility and honor ' i ii in carrying out the rules of the college H Williamson, Parker, Leggcttc, Wilson, l Youngblood, McQueen, Baldwin, Lytton, , Knowles, Hobbs, Amis, Barker. Watson. R l 66 Government i ! VIVIAN MCQUEEN. Vice President of Student Body ANNE YOUNGBLOOD. President of Senior Class HARRIET WILSON, President of Junior Class , SHIRLEY PARKER, President of Sophomore Class LAJEANA WILLIAMSON. President of Fresh-man Class X EVELYN LYTTON, Secretary oj Student Body, Vice President of Senior Class DORIS LEGGETTE. Treasurer of Student Body. Vice President of Junior Class L GOLDIE KNOWLES. President of Christian Association l JANE HOBBS, President of Epsilon Chi Literary Society p HARRII-:T AMIS, President of Zetesian Literary Society FRANCES BARKER, President of Athletic Association I GAY WATSON, President of Day Students I I . I I I I I N l E 1 Q 1 5 67 J 1 , F. M. C. Christian GOLDIE Knowuzs President From the very First dome service to the beautiful Christmas pageant and beyond, the F.lVI.C. Christian Association strives to inspire the deeper side of college life, lt is guided by a cabinet, composed of the different highway leaders, the president of the association and the faculty adviser. We are grateful for the work these leaders do to help us make the most of these days at F.M.C. GS Kssociation ALICE XNALKER. Vice President RIIRIAIXI WATSON, Secretary ELIZABETH SUTTON. Treasurer BIARGARET TXICLEAN. Chairman of Prayer Bands :XLICE VVALKER. Enlistnient and Training DIARY-TNIARGARET H.-XRRIS. Sunday SchoolI Learning MARGARET BROCKINGTON. Publicity, Learning TNI.-KRION FISLER. World Fellowship MARTHA RUTH MANN. Coniradeshzp TNIIRIAINI VVATSON. Stewardship ELIZABETH SUTTON, Steu-ardship FRANCES PENDLEY, Library. Leisure Time ROBERTA LIFRAGE. Social Activities. Leisure Time NELLIE GRAX' SIDES. Religious Meetings. Life Enrichment HILDA LEE. Music. Life Enrichment NIISS NATALIE C. NIOFFETT. Faculty Adviser of the Cabinet First rotc, left to right: Fisler. Sides. Harris. Baldwin. Walker. L-ec McLean. Second rout' Lifrage. Mann. Motfett. Knowles. Pendley Brockington, Sutton. il I Q E In r 5 - - L - I I b i i . s I Q . I ' 69 X A F E 1' E 1 F? . A i . Z3 5' 'Ci '12 aft Stanclirzg. left to right: Kanoy, Rhyne, Lytton, Seated: Autry, Parker, Chief Scribe: Harris. Senior Scribblers LYTTUN PARKER Concise . . . understanding . . . interesting . . . ingenius . . .hardworking . . . aptly describe the six senior scribblers. They are chosen each spring in a dramatic tapping service by the retiring scribblers, The Editor-in-Chief of the annual becomes Chief Scribe. Assigned to write reveal- ing personality sketches of their fellow seniors, they endeavor to represent each as she really is. i r' WHO'S WHO Youngblood, Walker, Know- les, Baldwin, Harris, Mclnnis. One of the highest honors that can corne to an F,lVl,C. girl is to be listed in the Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, This year six seniors received the thrill of finding news of such a distinction in their mail boxes. They are: Irene Baldwin, Peggy Harris, Mary Mclnnis, Anne Youngblood, Alice Walker, and Goldie Knowles. Tl Epsilon Chi Society GURLINE PACE First Vice President ELOISE LANE Second Vice President AUDREY FULCHER Recording Secretary IDA RAY VANN Corresponding Secretary ELLA MAY DRINKARD Treasurer LINDA LEWIS Critic MARY WRIGHT PAYNE Censor MIRIARI WATSON Chaplain "Epsilon Chi we sing to you" . . . lustily at every meeting. One of the two literary Societies at F.M.C., the members alternate entertaining and being entertained, with an apprecia- tive audience at every meeting? JANE STEVENS HOBBS President 4 i N l 4 i Q. ri l it t. l T i l i l it i i l. Zetesian Societ FRANCES PRIDGEN First Vice President DOROTHY KANOY Second Vive President BRYNES LEWIS Recording Secretary COLLEEN BROADWAY Corresponding Secretary FLORENCE HOOVER Treasitrer BETTY BLUE lVlCCALLUlXI Critic' KATHARYNE HERRING Tensor ROBERTA L11-'RAGE Chaplain "Friendship our motto" . . . comes just as heartily from the other literary society across the hall on certain Saturday nights. Here too, is the same kind of easy fun and informal- ity. The friendly rivalry between the two societies is the F.lVI.C. spirit at its best. if E a li l"l.-XRRIET ANN Amis President bl., .. ,9, 4 -. i 1--Us A J f-kffav-3 '- X . Y s .f we . i 1 f ,: :f . - " :J '. ' :f-f : 1. . f -X : ,g 5. ' 5 Jullfey 64,0116 xglllClleI' CHIEF MARSHAL - Marahala Q' Miriam Watson. EX Harriet Amis, Z . . 1947 D The 1947 Wllite Heather I I I n i I 5 -.,.1 - 5 I 'W 1 x . Gurline Pace. EX Margaret McLean. EX Jean Newton. EX I I s I -1 W We E A W Frances Arnette. Z Elizabeth Sutton. Z Mary Evelyn McLeod. Z ? to i I Club Presidents "Attendance at the called meeting is required?" announces a hard- working club president in chapel, The girls who lead the extra-curricular activities here Find their time well occupied, for it is no easy job. The success of an organization is dependent upon its president. Note the ac- complishments of F.lVl.C. clubs! MELICENT HUNEYCUTT, Student Volunteers and Suppho Poetry Club LINDA LEWIS, William Bartram Scientific Society and Highland Players LULU ATKINSON, L'Alliance Francaise ELLA MAY DRINKARD, Matliematics Club EVELYN LYTTON. Home Economics Flub JUDITH AUTRY. St. Fecilia Music- Club MARX' TOWNSEND. Fommerrial Club GAY WATSON. Day Students f'lub FRANCES ARNETTE. Irzternatioiml Relul'im1s.C'lzib 76 4 -L 'Y I L ' at Q! 2 ' ' 'nw x H, . mm.. JP" 4 2 f I' X . Y f ic R E! 'Yi gp 'isis "PTF ' -vi: if .rad lf' Every Sunday night those girls in- terested in home and foreign missions meet together for study. They keep in touch with needs of all peoples and so stimulate the thought that this is "one world." Early morning quiet hour is one of the nice things about F.M.C. Every Wednesday morning groups gather in the rooms of prayer band leaders for meditation. In these hours of close association we have all tried to realize the truth of "Be still and know that I am God," Student Volunteers me The White Heather I' Prayer Band Leaders 78 W1ll1am Bartram Scientihc Society Nineteen Forty seven Soppho Poetry Club 79 Membership in this society is awarded to those girls making high grades in mathematics or science. The regular meetings consist of programs concerned with phases of scientific interest. "The Sappho Club is young but brave. We meet to read Millay, Keats, Milbans. Seegar. Brooks-all poets of today. We try to make our rhythm and rhyme unite with in- spiration and with Miss Salls to criticize, we'1l soon be a sensation." l One of F.M.C.'s most popular clubs is the L'Alliance Francaise. At month- ly meetings only French is spoken and topics of interest and current events are discussed. Those who are able to find "X" equal to 'tyl' at least half the time, are eligible for membership in the Mathematics Club. Its aims are to promote high scholastic standing in mathematics, to create interest in this science throughout the college, and to provide or exchange knowledge out- side the classroom. , L,Alliance Francaise The White Heather Mathematics Club 80 Granddaughters, Club Nineteen Forty-seven l 3 Highland Players "Why I remember when your mother sat in that very same front seat!" If a teacher tells a Flossie Mac girl this, it means she's entitled to membership in the Granddaughters' Club. F,M.C. represents the grand- motherg the modern girl, the grand- daughter. "The house lights dim-the cur- tain-" well, it would if you'd pull harder over there! The Highland Players are at it again. It may be a semi-monthly meeting or the hit of the season, but the players are in place, the stage crews support the back wall, and the prompters settle down. With limited equipment matched with unlimited energy, every member learns the meaning of "The show must go on!" Home Economies Club t'Can she bake a cherry pie?" She can do this and make many more tempting dishes if she belongs to the Home Ec Club. The pleasant part is that these girls can enjoy all this in the homelike atmosphere of the "Practice House" where formal and informal entertainments are held. "And we shall have music wherever we go." Those girls who have an interest in this part of F.lVI.C. life continue it in this club. Its member- ship is limited to music students. However, it is one of the most ex- tensive in the college. B!3'6'S" , The White Heather St. Cecelia Music Club Nineteen Forty-seven Commercial Club Always an asset at F.lVl.C , the Commercial Club has been an invaluable aid in this year of campaign work. The time and effort spent in every kind of office work have done much toward making it a success. 83 Day Students Club Those girls who "com1nute'l to F.M.C. from Red Springs and vicinity belong to the Day Students Club. They enter enthusiastically into all campus activities, except those continued after 11 :00 p.1n., and occasionally stay to participate in these! 84 International Relations Club Are you concerned over the condition of Russia or the latest foreign scandal? Then contact one of the International Relations Club members? Referred to as "I.R.C." this group is one of the largest and most active organizations in college. Members are made personally responsible for the programs of the semi-monthly meetings-good training for the performer. good listening for the audience. 85 -nod' afiszik. . , , :fx-f ,, . f n-. 'N ' , . A-iff , V-A Q1 1'l?54niYg'ffQf?,5,gi, Ciinqygl 1 ',QF1g,rk17+:9g3hffr ,V f-.+,-7,f.4Ug,.fpy,11 4'-,NPL-'Ay LcJ:sN,v1Jw,xJv'wH,, ,1'vf1' ?'gx'ff1 rf" f - ' ' 'Spf ,V,L-1--ggixf!w,','1Q-,vg.v" ' vs-1 " A' I-,u.j'v! .rf-'uyll V fx. X V. y ' L , ' Q 'I' .- fi ,,- U 1' ' 'l+'Efff725?-':f.5afvwarvf'ff--W-'V-4:u:f n'?J :rm-W Rf ' ' gif," is.'ff1fA5,E5 f3,"F..J,5,.A. 'R .1,,.. , ., f , , , ' 'IX 4!'5I,,f .14 .5-1f14,'f-':!.xL,-,141 3 5 fm. Y , '- f' ww' X 'A ' :,,x..','1f ..j1f" V"9J'T'.5i' ' f' 1 A . , , , . . 1 A f 4 f A , R 4 x 86 ree io n gg' et R tldy 4 4 FRANCES BARKER President ELLA MAY DRINKARD Vice President JUNE DYER Secretary EMILYN MAULDIN Salesman JEAN NENVTON Hockey NANCX' LEDBETTER Basketball IRIS SWEARINGEN Valley Ball HELEN TURNER Tennzs MARGARET COLLIER Archery BETPY WAYNE Horseshoe LINDA LEWIS Hilcmg THELMA BARROW Bowling and Slllllllllllllfl MIRIAM WATSON Table Tennzs Athletic Board - . Cheer Leaders ALICE WALKER College SUE NELL GRIFFIN '47 MARY SUE TILLINGHAST '48 MARX' WRIGHT PAYNE '49 BETTY JANE ANDREWS '50 88 Monogram Club Good sportsmanship, accomplishments in athletics, a good scholastic record, and twenty points in the college point system are the requirements for membership in the Monogram Club. They involve work that makes wearing the monogram a hard won honor. A I 1 A I I .4114 1 1 Q 5 1 Y'--.E .4 X 9 I u -312' . g Q, , - , A 89 P ' v- First row, left to right: Anne Youngblood. Evelyn Lytton, Janet Rhyne, Mittie Belle Boggan, Mary-Margaret Harris, Frances Barker, Jean Newton, Second row: Jane Hobbs, Harriet Amis, Kathleen Epps, Irene Baldwin, Goldie Knowles. Third row: Audrey Fulcher, Vivian McQueen, Mary Helen Tew. I is L. 5.46.4414 , iq, f SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM Frances Barker, Captaing Goldie Knowles, Peggy Harris, Clara Spivey, Irene Baldwin, Vivian McQueen, Colleen Broadway, Sue Parrish, Anne Youngblood, Janet Rhyne, Evelyn Lytton, Mittie Belle Boggan, Mary Helen Tew, Frances Pridgen, Dorothy Kanoy, Byrnes Lewis. JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM Jean Newton, Captain, Ella May Drinkard, Jane Hobbs, Ruby Wood, Harriet Wilson, Audrey Fulcher, Mary Womble, Marion Fisler, Edna McRainey, Kathleen Epps, Margaret McLean, Frances Vanoy, Gracie Hardin, Gurline Pace, Betty Wayne, Harriet Amis, Linda Lewis. . '. qv' v . . Pits . 'iQ' . iq "I , Q' 90 -A n I D v. - 1 SOPHOMORE HOCKEY TEAM Marianne Kunze, Captain: Doris Bain, Nancy Bishop, June Dyer, Dorothy Fields, Emilyn Mauldin, Sarah McLeod, Violet Pierce, Nell Spivey, Janice Thomas, Ruth Tugwell, Blossom Griffin, Betty McCaskill, Gladys Crawford, Phyllis Fisher, Eva Mae Beam. FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM Blandy Dunbar, Captaing Louise Davis, Betty Pearson, Margaret Long, Mickey Richardson. Lillian Turner, Mary Alice Parks, Lee Elliott, Anna Jane Ingram. Marcella Wallace, Anne Kitrell. 91 v so ' I 2 . N N R H , , . 'nr ' I , ' ..-W' gifs? 4 5,1 P J A Q 'WKIK 'N Q , ' -'I' ' :Z " " WN- - - 225-'-:4a:+4EL2 SENIOR BASKETBALL Vivian McQueen, Captain: Irene Baldwin, Frances Barker, Trudie Clark, Ella Ervin, Peggy Harris, Goldie Knowles, Evelyn Lytton, Sue Parrish, Frances Pridgen, Janet Rhyne. Mary Helen Tew, Anne Youngblood. JUNIOR BASKETBALL Kathleen Epps, Captain, Harriet Amis, Margaret Collier, Marion Fisler, Daphne Goodman, Gracie Hardin, Jane Hobbs, Margaret McLean, Edna Mc- Rainey, Jean Newton, Gurline Pace, Helen Turner, Frances Vanoy. Betty Wayne, Mary Womble. Ruby Wood. ' , I . i.Y" AA" P I ' X' Q , -E 1 f I 5 ., , E '11 I I ' - , :ML 'W V N as I Jy I V an :w h ,.- lv ' . ' f' mv A ,N . . ,I HF 5 A Q' ' 4-4. .M Qtmizux- 1 '.,4K'5.. 's. if 'J ' ' MLW , '. A A - L..-, . , L ' - 391 :97 9-'fl 'V 35 I " 92 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Nancy Ledbetter, Captain: Doris Bain, Eva Mae Beam. Nancy Bishop, Sarah Craddock. Dot Fields, Carolyn Greene. Blossom Grifiin. Tootie Johnson. Mike Kunze. Lorraine Lee. Emilyn Mauldwin. Faye Morrison, Violet Pierce. Flora Riggan, Jasmine Rohanna. Janice Thomas. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Blandy Dunbar, Captainq Ruth McCall. Jean Collins. Marian Garrett. Dot Goodson. Anna Ingram. Jand Jackson. Dot Tolson, Ruth Martin, Sally Martin. Mary Alice Parks, Nlarlyn Smith. Nancy Walker. Ann Yelvington. X s N " 'A I l x V , N 5 KKK, ' in N1 1 i 'af ' ' . i- s .U , -f. -,-al . A 'Q' 49 '3" hh' --. 751 15 --1:1 . V, ,lg . . i . - I , 4,151 A - . 1 - . f j - -4-cv-" " ' ' YI' V -.'T. ' . A ' ."--' -Jiizff ' ' 7? f rf- '4- 93 Atkinson Rhyne Pridgen Katsos. Monroe Price Turner Prevatte Knight Acree Riggan Lee Mclntosh Sneed Arnette Cantrell TENNIS ARCHERY Berryhill Waddell Patterson McLeod Bullock Sutton Collier Newman Hobbs Addor Turner .i. K CQ it a A ,y It 'P , u ss. 4 Q31 11 , ff "Intermission to find a ball!" When the weather makes looks stray outside in longing, enthusiasts reach for tennis racquets and the games are on. "I shot an arrow into the air, it fell to earth-" but just because you did not aim it correctly, my dear girls. So the group of would be William Tells raise their bows and try again. 94 Athletic Captains Come on team, let's go! The work of the girls who lead F.M.C. sport teams does not end here. Time. energy, and patience go into the making of a good team, and it is the captain's job to put them together. Spirit of the hockey and basketball tournaments show how successful they were. FRANCES BARKER Senior Hockey JEAN NEXVTON Junior Hockey MARIANNE KUNZE Sophomore Hockey BLANDY DUNBAR Freshman Hockey VIVIAN MCQUEEN Senior Basketball KATHLEEN EPPS Junior Basketball NANCX' LEDBX-:TTER Sophomore Basketball BLANDY DUNBAR Freshman Basketball First row. left to right: Frances Barker, Senior Hockey: Vivain McQueen. Senior Basketball: Jean Newton. Junior Hockey. Second row: Nancy Ledbetter. Sophomore Basketball: Marianne Kunze, Sopho' more Hockey: Blandy Dunbar. Freshman Hockey and Basketball: Kathleen Epps Junior Basketball. 95 ,facfiea and gentlemen, 1947 White Heather P- ',-. ' - , RUTH MARTIN Beauty IRENE BALDWIN Capability A GOLDIE KNOWLES Friendliness Q E fff .. ld- :Superla fiuea 10111 .!4'tClCll0l'lCl MIRIAM WATSON Versatility ' I I Superlatives c IDA RAY VANN Personality MARY-MARGARET HARRIS Sportsmanship Cviuian McQueen Qiuecn of May Day . . . 194 1 0 LII May Da ' Spring has come. The gardens are a veritable fairylancl only a few steps away, Then a very special May morning arrives. the sun shines brighter and the sky is bluer than ever. F.M,C.'s loveliest tradition. May Day. is here! ELIZABETH VARDI-:LL MCNETT Maid of Honor THE COURT 4143 I Edith Kirby, Sue Adrlor. Evelyn Lytton, Audrey Fulcher, Betty Idol. Elimbetli 3IcNett. Vivian 'XlcQueen Ruth Martin, Gurline Pace, Marion Hamilton. Betsy Hall. Doris Bain. .., ,, . 11"-A'-.1 ' - . 101 .Q 9 Zine Blue JM C 77 0011 ame .L-' 0 I 4 I ll: 1 12. Going Home!!!!!! . . . In the dog house again . . . The Thinker 1 73 . . We keep our barracks nice and clean tWhat Mrs. Helton?b . "My Gal's a Corker' . Campaigning . . , Goblet over- board!!!I . . . It's their lazy day . . Night riding girls???? . . Rats . . . All penned up . . . So Yankees don't wear s h o e s either!!!! . . . It's all over now . . . Murray's home . . . again, :f e-f 5 77 ituation Nw OH rw 105 J '-iq l Huggin' a n d Chalkin' . Wheeeeeelllf . . . Dogs . . . Rear View . . . Ain't love grand????? . . . But you can't even trust your roommate . . . Mr. and future Mrs. Marley . . . P.J.C .... Snow Hill . . . Flossie Mac's co-eds . . . Chief cook . . . Beauty Queen- one year later . . .The Family . . . In the good old summer time . . . How are things at Cow College. Sam7?'?" . . Sleeping Beauty. ri' .-1' 'nv N 106 I in -. -l ,,,f' 1 q-up-Q.. V, 'Q - -:- ' " . 4"'5 X- 'Amr .Is-M .,. i 9- ZW if g s, q il Wi? f 5kif"f . . . ' ff-"Y 5 .27 r I " Q lu J, I g. Got it un straight, Lulu 4 , . That innocent look doesnt fool anyone, P.VD .,.. Georgia "Peaches" 4 . . Huiig1'y'1"?'f? . . Off cam pus at last . . . Bathing BeaL1'ty"!' . . . Our "dignified" Ediio 1' . . . Little Red'!Y!!Y Her necks dirty, 108 If r ' ' After school 1 have a Coke if If ll1'I'll.ll'l'.lvlli,Xlllllllf'l1'xHl llll ww Xl vl..X wflllt-XXY BY Fayetteville Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. 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Your DODGE-PLYMOUTH Dealer LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA PHONE ZI LUMBERTON OPTICAL CU. 415 North Elm Street LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA C High Quulily Prescription Servire Compliments of SANITARY CAFE Lumberton, North Carolina Compliments of FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA D. M. MCMILLAN '6Forrl Profluets Since 1912" Red Springs. North Carolina You Will Be Pleased With Our Quality M C N E I L L S and Service CLEANERS a n d T T AI L O R S RED SPRINGS DRUG STORE Headquarters for Flora Macdonald Girls RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Dependable Service Since 1928 Licensed S8llll0ll6 Cleaner PHONE 2941 Red Springs Supply Company., Inc. GENERAL IVIERCI-IANTS The Friendly Store FERTILIZERS AND COTTON LIVESTOCK GROCERY HARDWARE MARKET BUILDING MATERIAL RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA Townsendfs lplhnalrmaley The Rexall Store We Carry a Complete Line of the College Gi1'l's Needs DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST Meet Your Friends at LET US SERVE YOU Our Fountain NEIGHBORS Red Springs' Exclusive Shoe Store PHONE 3981 Compliments of GRAHAM'S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. O RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA "Y 4 1 I I 4 a I I l Modern Tire ond Electric Corporation Goodyear Westinghouse PHONE 430-I RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of BAXLEY-JOHNSON CHEVROLET CO., INC. RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of AMOS FURNITURE CO. Red Springs. North Carolina M. and S. MOTOR COMPANY Chrysler and Plymouth Cars Sales and Service Red Springs. North Carolina McNeiII's Taxi O Phone 3921 O RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of MCKEITHAN HARDWARE RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA L. J . CALLAHAN Market and Groceries MID-STATE CLOTH MILLS RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Bll1'1'0llgIlIS Cut Rate Store Phone -1271 Red Springs. North Carolina BLACKWOODS ASSOCIATE A. C. 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North Carolina Small Appliances Electrical Wiring Supplies RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA Pllllllll 2191 :mil 2192 HH1l1l11Ol1d Grocery COIIIPHIIY R. L. HHllllll0lllI. Owner 'A' P166-ziug Dist1'ibut01's of CAMEL FLOUR 'A' LAFRINBURG. NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Fgrfilizerg 'A' if A MODERN Telephones No. DEPARTMENT STORE 63 - 65 - 66 A' if LAURINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA LAURINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA Presbyterian Jlruunior College Extends Greetings to G'Wl1ite HCE1Il16I',, 111 LlIlllI'Fl'lklllUI1 of the eorclial 1'el11tio11s IJCIWGGII Flora lVlaeclo11a1lcl College and P1'esl1yte1'ia11 Junior College. P1'epa1'ato1'y lIt?1'JLll'Ill1Plll at Tenth. Eleveutll. and Twelfth Grade Levels. One- and Two-year Co111111e1'ffial Courseg Aer011a11tiCsg Vo- et1tio1111l Coursesg two years of Stalularcl College Work leading to associate 111 Seie11ee. of associate i11 Art degree. 'A' SUMMER SCHOOL Office of the President PRESBYTERIAN JUNIOR COLLEGE Maxlon, North Carolina Service Trading Company, Inc Maxton, North Carolina 4 COMPLETE LINE HOME FURNISHINGS Philco and Car Radios and Radio Service Philco and Kelvinator Refrigerators Thor Washers and Ironers DUO-THERM and ALLEN OIL HEATER Many Other Electrical Appliances 'A' CASH OR TERMS PHONE 177-W Compliments of WESTERN AUTO S T O R E O RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA VVhen in AAaxton Stop at the Austin Drug Company LAURINBURG IVIILLIN G COMPANY 'A' Laurinburg, North Carolina Compliments of Britt and McLeod Hardware Company as Lumberton. North Carolina ANNE GREEN'S PERMANENT WAVE SHOP 1 We S erve you To serve Again -Ar RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA Travel by TRAI LWAYS SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL Queen City Trailways CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA General Auto Soles, Inc. OLDSMOBILE ond G.M.C. TRUCKS Full Line of Parts -1- Expert Mechanics RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone 2381 THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER 'A' "North Carolina's Olllest Newspaper" 'A' Established 1 81 7 DIAMONDS WATCHES REPAIRING THE JEWEL SHOP RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA R. E. HURCHINSON W. H. ATKINSON Compliments of C. P. KINLAW "Jeweler" Keepsake Diamond Rings Raeford, North Carolina FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO SUPPLIES 'A' MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA Com plimenls of HUGGINS SHOE SHOP RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of ll0KE DRUG COMPANY Prescription Druggist Ruefortl, North Carolina HOTEL PRINCE CHARLES A FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Fleishmon's Style Shop "Smart Apparel for Smart W'omen" Compliments of 'A' , , DIAL 2567 Kennedy s Jewelery ond Gift Shop H4 Hay Sheet FINE WATCH REPAIRING ir RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Fayetteville. North Carolina FLOBA MACDO ALD COLLEGE Red Springs, N. C. A SENIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN i' .Year Foyetterille. Southern Pines and Pinehurst. Delightful climate. healthful mineral springs and remarkable health record. Bus and Railway connections. .4 Stumlurd Senior Crude .4 College for llnonzen. Strong faculty. Graduates accepted for graduate work by leading universities. Class A teacher's certificates. Homelike atmosphere. Personal attention to students by teachers. Courses offered: Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor of Music. Bachelor of Science lHome Economicsl degrees. A Secre- tarial Course. Jtlzletics. Skillful physical director and coach has general supervision of sports and physical training. Archery. basketball. hockey. swim- ming. tennis, hiking. etc.. are enjoyed in season. Social .4ctirities. Receptions. teas. and many other social functions are iroyided at the college. while many hospitable and delightful I s . P s homes of the citizens of Red Springs are open to the students. Wide Patronage. Patronized at present by ten states. 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