Flora Macdonald College - White Heather Yearbook (Red Springs, NC)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1954 volume:
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Yes this year at Flora Macdonald has had value
beyond prlce And It wasnt the financlal campalgn
that made us reahze lt It just confirmed what we
know to be a fact 'Ihe act1v1t1es of the fll'13I'lC13l
campalgn haxe permeated the atmosphere of our
campus and each day we have reallzed that th1S
w1ll be a memorable xear m the hlstory of our col
lege Th1s year has opened the door to progress
We the student body of 1954 are glad that we were
here when thls program of progress was 1n1t1ated As
the campalgn proclalms to the publlc that Flora Mac
donald IS a college Wlth value beyond prlce we
would lxke to say that u e agree We feel that much
of the xalue IS found Ill the slmple experxences of
each day llfe up on the halls l1fe Ill the classrooms
and the COHSGIVS lfe IH the lxbrary and 111 gen
eral the lNt1l'1l21lG llfe of Flora Macdonald whlch
can nevex be shared wlth the publlc We are con
sclous ol manv of the values we have recelved here
but the ones we treasu e most are those wlnch
cant qulte be put ll1t0 words and descrlbed the
ones wlnch hare strengthened our character and
made us S6l'1'3lt1X9 to the finer tlnngs ID l1fe
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Dr. Gwynn came to Flora Macdonald in January, 1951. Since then, he
has desired only the best for the college as a whole and for the students
as individuals. With this interest at heart, his intelligence mingled with
his sincere humility have been responsible for many improvements. His
infiuence on our campus is tremendous. But his influence is not limited.
He is a respected citizen of North Carolina and his abilities are recognized
even beyond our state. His name adds distinction to our college. As he
dedicates his life in service here, we dedicate this Annual to him in an
effort to say, "We love and respect you as a person with integrity. We
are thankful for our acquaintance with you."
Dr. Gwynn drops a letter ln the
mailbox before going home for
The Gwynns gather around the
piano and sing Christmas carols
DR. PRICE H. GWYNN, JR
The Date Section of oui Ru
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stamp oi' approval on th s b
we can dream, can't wc'
IFE at Flora lVIac is quite an
experience-Aa nice one, we might
add. A stroll down most any hall on
a Saturday night would reveal stu-
dent life at its best: in one room a
group of pajama-clad girls discuss
the latest rumorg next door, room-
mates write to their boy-friendsg
across the hall two girls have one
last glance in the mirror before going
downstairs to sign in the date book:
with shampoo and hair spray. one
girl heads for the tub roomg at the
end of the hall someone presses the
blouse she will wear tomorrowg the
smell of coffee and popcorn an-
nounces that a room full of freshmen
are behind a closed door having their
weekly feastg and draped over the
rotunda are several girls in tommy
coats trying to get the attention of
someone on first floor: they want
something from the tea hole. And
looking over the rotunda we see girls
with their dates patrolling from the
Conserve to Vardell and back again.
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There is one good thing about waiting in line: it gives us an opportunity to hear about each other's summer ex-
The screaming and yelling of upperclassmen
as they greeted each other only added to the con-
fusion of boxes, trunks, Teddy bears, and tennis
rackets. But freshmen soon decided the upper-
classmen were sane and actually anxious to help
teach them the mechanics of college life. Pretty
soon we were knee deep in parallel reading and
papers. The days before Christmas were
with many things to do: classes and home-
were slighted as we went from one party
Flora gives an interesting account of the life of
lVlacdonald, The audience was fascinated by
Floras delightful and charming manner.
to anotherg roommates exchanged gifts and de-
clared, "That's just what I wantedf' book reports
were hastily written. and before we knew it, the
19th was here. The last days of our vacation were
marred by the thoughts of impending doom:
exams in January. But we returned, took a deep
breath, closed our eyes, and ploughed through
them. We opened our eyes to find many exciting
events of the spring months awaiting us. Comple-
tion of our Prayer Chapel served as the highlight.
Sarah Margaret McLeod seems to be enjoying talking
with her relatives, the McLeod twins. Throughout the
day they were surrounded by interested students,
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In fear and trembling '
gigglesl, wretched rats await
their judgment to be
nounced by the cat court.
Washing hair is a major
undertaking at Flora Mac-
donald. Holding the spray
with one hand, putting sham-
poo on the hair with the other
hand, and rubbing the head
at the same time is a delicate
operation. Bonnie Bunn helps
Ursula Gooclson perform the
The two societies went professional
with their ininstrel given during
orientation week. Wonder who the
lovely mysterious lady is?
The societies present Flora Macdonald
students of yester-year. "The good
ole days," my foot!! Can't you just
see us going to class dressed in one of
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"The Council will please come to order' '... twelve black-robed
students cease talking and give their attention to Phyllis Leggett,
student body president. They discuss any important business.
They listen to girls who have willfully violated rules and know
that they must be punished. They make plans and suggestions
for the improvement of student life. They make recommendations
to the college in the interest ol' the students. On Wednesday morn-
ing during Chapel period, the Council discusses with the entire
student body the conclusions it reached the night before. The
Council serves the student body.
As president, Phyllis Leggett has capably led a conscientious
group of Council members: Norma Jean Thompson, vice-presidentg
Alice Brantley, secretary, Pat Farmer, treasurerg Saradee Davis,
Christian Association presidentg Mary Lisle Tucker, Athletic As-
sociation presidentg DeLanie Boney, senior class presidentg Miekie
Jernigan, junior class president: Carolyn Robinson, sophomore
class president, Norma Pittard, freshman class presidentg Patsy
Teer, Zetesian Society president, Retta Parker, Epsilon Chi Society
president: Betty Lou McDonald, Day Students president. Mrs,
P. P. McCain is adviser.
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Around the ttihlv rc-:idx for ti Council meeting are. seaIecl:lX'IcDonziId, Parker, Tw-r, Robinson. Jernigan, BURN
Davis, Tuvkf-r Sltmtlinrrf Faiuner. Thompson, Brantley
If each Student vtlll mote fifty brxcks the xxorkers can start
bulldmg our Pray er Chapel Thxs xear a student Prayer Chapel
has become a reallty on our Pampus In Vardell court a small
colonlal style chapel stands xx 6lf0I'DlI'1g students to come IH for
a few moments of pru ate med1tat1on and prayer The Chrxstlan
ASSOCIBIIOH through Us many projects and BCIIXIUSS strlxes to
make th1s a Chrxst centered student body Thursday mght vespers
hymn slngs prayer bands Santa Claus workshop Thanksgwlng
baskets speclal programs at Chrxstmas hall dex otlons and devo
txons IH the Clllllflg hall on Saturday molnlngs are a few of the
programs sponsored bv the Lhrlstlan Assoclatlon In the fall
Reverend Murphy Wxlhams came to our campus and enrlched us
spmrltually wlth h1S talks on That I May Know Hmm Reverend
Walter Dlckson spoke to us on Let Go and Let God Ill our sprmg
S1J1I'1tUal enrlchment week Serx mg on the Cablnet w1th Saradee
Dav1s presxdent are Betty Lou Lamb VICE presxdent Charlotte
Calhoun secretary Ellen xVlll1HI'TlS treasurer Phyllls Leggett
ex of'Hc1o and the followmg chalrmen Lucy FlEIT11Dg worshlp
Peggy Carter soclal servlce Emojeane Womeldorf fellowshlp
Lettv H1ll outreach Sh1rley Fltzgerald prayer bands Mrs
Elbert McPhaul lS aduser
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In Watklns hall are Cabinet members Lamb Calhoun Vhlllarns Ieggett H111 farter Womeldorf Flemmg
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"Go green and white to the right," is the welcome
and invitation of the Zetesians to the freshmen.
The highlights of Rush Week were dining hall skits,
a hay ride and weiner roast at the fish hatchery,
and the minstrel that was sponsored by both socie-
ties. Other events ol' the year were the monthly
meetings, the Christmas dance. spring party, high
school debates, and Senior Htake-offs." Ofncers for
this year are: Patsy Teer, presidentg Cleo Codas,
vice-president, Marie Sellers, secretary, Anita Wil-
liamson, treasurer, Betty Jo Hatcher, censor: Lucy
Fleming. chaplain: Annie Byrd, pianist.
The decision is made. They Cast
their lot with Zetesian. Sign-up
night is always an important cvent
in the life of a freshman.
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Relaxing at the bridge are
Zetesian ofiicers: By rd Wil
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During the whirl of orientation the freshmen
were entertained many times by both societies.
Epsilon Chi had a bang-up square dance in the gym
with P.J.C. boys gladly serving as partners, After
the excitement of sign-up night, the new members
joined right into the warm fellowship of the Epsilon
Chi group and took part in its many activities and
entertainment. Oficers for this year are. Retta
Parker, presidentg Billiegene Addor, vice-presidentg
Peggy Callahan, secretary: Jessie Blalock. treas-
urer: Mary Ella Mize, censor: Norma Kelly, chap-
laing Sarah Dudley, pianist.
Lpsilnn Chi's are hard at work on
the decorations for the 'Night Rc--
foie Christmas" dance sponsored by
GECTALDINE WORRELL. Edzrm'-in-CI1ifyf
SARAH NIARGARET PYICLFUD. Businvss Manager
DR. LESLIE BULLOCK, Adviser
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The staff members moot in the pressroom.
Brown. Standing, l1I'Cf Jcnkms and Dudley.
LQII to '1'if1ht, arc: Th0mpSon. Clark, Hudgins, Bowles, MC1VI11lan
With the hope of "maybe we can do it," the Wiixrirz lli-:A'1'HEk staff began,
in the spring of 1953, to make plans for the 195-l Annual. We returnczl
to school in the fall with high hopes of keeping within the budget, selling
more ads than ever before, and making pictures that would cause the
students to sit up and take notice when they saw them in the Annual.
There were times, though, when we were ready to give up in despair,
We seemed to have a talent for scheduling pictures when students couldn't
come: the college kept promising us a car, but it was January before we
could go into neighboring towns for ads, and after we got to the towns,
we discovered the financial campaign had already been there. But we
continued to work and had our moments of inspiration. After meeting
x all the schedules and deadlines, we anxiously awaited the day when the
K Finished copy, bound in a bright plaid, would arrive.
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THE 1954 'i .
WHITE HEATHER STAFF NN b
Assistant Business Manag
Senior Class Editor
Junior Class Editor
Sophomore Class Editor
Freshman Class Editor
MARY ARCHIE BROVVN
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Wearing polka dot tommy coats to inspire them. the Senior Scribblers meet.
Around the table. are: Lucile Wilds, Mary Lib Pierce, Charlotte Calhoun,
Geraldine Worrell, Chief. Sarah Margaret McLeod, and Elsie Ingram.
During the last week of school five girls from the rising senior class
are tapped as Scribblers. Hardly knowing what its all about. they never-
theless accept the invitation. They are duly initiated by the old Scrib-
blers, and from then on. the job is theirs. Early the next fall they begin
the task of describing their fellow classmates. At first their pens are
poison for they are tempted to use such words as "peculiar," "different"
and Unumbskullf' But after a few meetings they realize the seriousness
of their job and make honest endeavors to describe accurately the girls
with whom they have been going to school for four years.
KATHLEEN MURCHISON, assistant editorg NELL LENNON, assistant
business manager. SHIRLEY THORNTON, EIVIOJEANE WOMELDORF,
DELANIE BONEY, SHIRLEY HUDGINS, literary staff: BILLIEGENE
ADDOR AND Jo Mins. nrt staff: PAT RITTER, SALLY BALD, JEAN
WEEKS, KATHERiNE lXfICNElI,I.. business staff.
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Discussing plans for an issue of the Pine and Thistle in the English classroom are staff members, seated: Boney,
Thornton, Womeldorf, Ritter, lVlurchison, McNeill. Addor. Standing: McGuire, Hudgins, Bald, Weeks, Mays,
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Struggling to stay on its feet. the Pine and Thistle has fought a
courageous battle this year. The struggle has not affected the quality
of the literary magazine. The three issues published this year have
been superior in quality and this has been shown by the fact that
the student body has read them with keen appreciation. This maga-
zine contains an editorial, short stories, poems, essays, and humorous
writings-all written by members of the student bodys The covers
were sketched by students. Dr. Eleanor Scott is adviser, The Pine
and Thistle is a long-time favorite among the students and it is hoped
that it will continue to be published.
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"Go to the mailbox and get your Slfirlfl Every two
weeks the college newspaper is published. Students read
it avidly for it contains all the latest happenings on the
campus: it tells of coming events. it covers the activities
of the clubs: it records the opinions of students on various
topicsg it gives news from the Conservatory: it informs the
students of the latest world news: it presents a personality
profile of outstanding studentsi and it serves as a medium
by which the students may express their views in an edi-
torial, The Skirl is the newest publication of the student
't-'A' body. and it is here to stay.
ANN RICGIRT. Eclitot'-itz-Cliitff
DIARY ELLA BIIZE. associate editor: lxl.-XRTHA IXIORRISON. associate business
manager: lll.-XRY HALE. photography editor: DORIS DUNN. art editor: ANN
BOVVDEN. NAN DORRI.-XS. BETTY JEAN GILLILAND. LUCILE GRAHAM. DOT
HARIILTON. FAYE JENKINs. :XUDREY llIILLIG.-KN. ELLA RUTH IXICNEILL. ALLENE
POXVERS. ROSA DIOORE. reporters: BARBARA AXRRINGTON, RIARY SUE XVILLIAAIS.
FRANCES BOBBITT. EvELvN TAYLOR. IUARY THOMPSON. GALE SIXXIPSON. ELBIIRA
STANFORD. JUNE JARRETT. adrcrtisivzg staff: JEAN NIORRIS. circulation man-
ager: HARRIETT lXlt'AL'LEY and KATHERINE RAY. associate circulation man-
agers: DORIS BOVVLES, SHIRLEY Cox. BETTY JOE HATCHER, JEAN JONES.
JO.-ANNE BICIXIILLAN. JEANETTF lxlCNE!LL. NORBIA PITTARD. typists
Out on the front campus the Skirl stat? gets together. They have done an excellent job this year and are to be
commended for their hard work.
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Nancy Stikcleather conveys a mood of melancholy.
Early in the fall auditions are held, and stu-
dents wait anxiously for the list to be posted,
telling them whether or not they will be a mem-
ber of the Choral Club. Shouts of "I made it"
are heard as girls quickly scan the list and dis-
cover their own name, Every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday practice is required from all. A
beautiful concert. is ample reward for the many
hours spent in practice. The Choral Club serves
not only as a class in choral music, but provides
the college with some of its best advertising. The
entire ensemble tours in the Red Springs area
with its Christmas program each year, and pre-
pares itself for a longer trip later in the year.
Special features of the 1953-54 program were two
joint concerts with the rnen's choir from Presby-
terian college. and an appearance as one of the
regular concerts on tho Pinehurst Forum.
ST. CECILIA is a club open only to students who have taken an applied music course. This club sponsors proj-
ects tor thc improvement of the Conservatory. Officers are: Florene Thompson, president, Jessie Blalock, VICC-
presidcnt: Sallie Ann lVlunroe. secretary-treasurer.
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In thc spring, ltflzirlcnc Jnncs gavc hcr scnior vnicc Prcscntins, scnior pizinu rccituls wcrc, sczitcfl: Nancy
rccitiil. Prcscntinm1n'guiirccitzils wcrc: Nancy Stikc- Gallop and FllJl'1'l1L' 'I'liri1npsuii. Standing: .lcssic
lczithcr, lllzic iXlcElrny, Churlnttc Calhoun, and Bctty Blalock, Barbara Lanibcrt, Voice- Rccitul, Frzxnccs
Undcr thc dirt-ctiun of Mr. Cobb, the Choral Club has had ai most successful ycar. Oflicers for this ycur arci
Nancy Stikclcathcr, prcsiclcntg Peggy Carter, lirst Viccfprcsidcntg Jessie Blalock, sccmiirl vicc-prcsidcntg Frances
Nelson, third vicu-president: Kathryn Campbell, sccrctaryg Mary Archic Brown. tl'L'il9Lll'L'l'L Shirlcy Thornton,
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BENNETT CERF, Lecturer
Davin L1,oYD, Tenor
David Lloyd, Tenor, came to our campus October
26 and won the hearts of all the Flora Macdonald girls
with his powerful voice and charming manner. Leon-
ard Pennario, Pianist, gave a most impressive concert
November 19. On January 27, Carol Smith, Contralto,
made us completely forget that we had just gone
CAROL SMITH. Contrallu
through a week of exams. Camilla Wicks, Violinist.
gave a delightful concert on March 13. Bennett Cerf
closed our series with a most entertaining lecture on
Q0 CAIVIILLA Wlcxs. Violinist
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ln lovely dresses of white satin and tulle.
nine marshals direct people to seats at our
concerts and lectures. They greet them at
the door and hand them a copy of the eve-
nings pI'0gI'3l1l. At the reception which
generally follows a concert the marshals
see that everything runs smoothly. and they
converse with the visitors. Serving as mar-
shals this year for Epsilon Chi are: Peggy
Callahan. Sarah Dudley. Billiegene Addor.
and Shirley Fitzgerald. Zetesian marshals
are: Ellen Willams. Alice Brantley. Doris
Mozingo. and Mickie Jernigan. Zetesian and
Epsilon Chi alternate every year in choosing
the chief marshal. A special duty of the
chief marshal is to remain backstage with
the guest artist and then, after the perform-
ance. vo with him to the reception.
Lury Fleming. meinber of
Zetesian society, se yr.
Seated at the back.:1r0: Brantley, Dudley,
Mozingo. Sitting on the floor. are: Jerni-
gan. Williams. Fitzgerald. Callahan. Ad-
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Maid of Honor
Senior class ntlvnclmlls are. Rvtta Parkcr, Fran-
ces Nelson, Sarah Margaret McLeod.
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On the llrst Tuesday in May. our campus
is transformed into a lovely and dellcate
fairyland. Colorful Costumes adorn grace-
ful dancers as they honor the Queen of May
and her Court of attendants. People from
all over the state come to enjoy the perform-
Freshmen Class artvndavzls are Ann Turner and
Jvzmior Class attendants are: Bllliegene Acldor. Sophomore Class atlenclfmrs are Frances Slmxy
Ixathleen :llLlI'Cl'llSOll, Nan Dorman, and Mary McLean
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Good fun and fellowship for the Flora Macdonald girls is the aim of
the Athletic Association. The A,A. Board tries to guide this program
throughout the year as they work together and plan out the details of
organized entertainment and sports events. One of their main objectives
this year has been the planning of supervised recreation every Saturday
night. High lights of this year have been the volleyball, basketball, and
tennis tournaments, special swimming and tennis instruction for girls
desiring it, purchase of badminton equipment, repair of the bowling
alleysg a spring dance and a new coat of paint for the swimming pool.
The A.A. also sponsored a trip to New York during spring holidays.
Serving with the executive officers on the Athletic Board are: Delores
Stone, salesman: Pat Powell, freshman representativeg Marjorie Steven-
son, head of volleyballg Betty Jean Gilliland. head of basketball, Mary
Ruth Matze, head of tennisg Eva Gray Davis, head of softballg Mary Ella
Mize, head of swimming: Shirley Thornton. head of ping pong, Mary
Archie Brown, cheerleader.
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Miss ETHEI. BA'i'EixiA N
Meeting in the post office, left to right around the table. arc Board inuinbors. Graham. Powell, Stone, Maize,
Thornton, Gilliland, Mize, Davis, Stevenson, Munroc
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As reetigniiion for participation in sports
and other student activities these girls are
presented with the Ffllff Kl1llltlQ1'ldlll when
they aeeuinulgite live hundred points. A
specified number of points are given with
each activity. Winning their Rloiiogiuiiis
this year are front row. lett to riehti Char-
lotte Calhoun. Audrey Milligan. Nancy
.-Xndrenvs. Lucille Graham. Back row. left to
right: Marjorie Stevenson. Betty Jean Gilli-
land. Mary Lisle Tucker. Patsy Teer. Sarah
These girls are found at the Volleyball
and Basketball games leading their respec-
tive classes in cheers and yells for their
team. They create enthusiasm and school
spirit. In the dining hall they lead the
student body in singing our "Friendship
Song." Cheerleaders this year are. left to
right: Pat McNeill. senior: Peggy Callahan.
juniori Barbara Wingo, sophomore: Joanne
Klellillan. freshman. and Mary Archie
Brown. College cheerleader. They are shoxvn
out on front campus practicing their yells.
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own thc sophonioics Front row RlC,lll1flSOl'l
f. win. uinu lcai uni, Plttaid Stlt ey
McMillan. Sccond row: Cox, Powell. Jones.
The seniors won every game they played and
took possession of the trophy by defeating the
juniors 27-19. Front row: Tucker, McLeod,
Stevenson, Calhoun lcaptainl, Davis, Gilliland,
Thompson. Second row: McNeill, Spivey, An-
The juniors came out second place in the
tournament. Front row: McNeill, Liles, Maloney,
Dunn, Willis, Hale, Hamilton. Second row: Wil-
liams. Graham, Kelly, Lamb rcaptainl.
Although they did not win a time, these girls
played some good games. Front row: Matze,
Howard, Williamson rcaptainl, Munroe, Ritter,
Davis, Stone. Second row: lVlcAuley, Womeldorf.
l Left to right: Andrews. McLeod. Stevenson, Gilliland,
Davis tcaptainl. Tucker. Spivey.
Although they were victorious in the Volley-
ball tournament. the seniors were unable to do
a repeat performance in the Basketball tourna-
ment. The fast-moving underclassmen proved to
be too much for them. They did. however. defeat
the juniors in the final game by a score of 72-53.
Left ro right: McNeill, Dunn. Graham tcaptainl, Lamb.
Kelly. Hamilton. Liles. Willis,
The juniors. at the expense of their little sisters.
the freshmen, managed to win one game of the
tournament. On the second day they defeated the
freshmen by making 70 points while the fresh-
men were able to make only 49. The little sisters
took this beating good naturedly though.
For the second year in a row. this class has won
the Basketball tournament. As freshmen. they
walked off with the honors. and this year. they
claimed the golden trophy again. Winning every
game they played, the sophomores breezed
through the tournament and two of their players
were chosen to be on the College Varsity team.
Left to right: Williamson, Matze. Howard, Ritter. Mun-
roe teaptainl, Wonieldorf. Davis, Farmer. llIcAule3'.
Early after Thanksgiving. all four teams be-
gan Basketball practice. In the tournament the
freshmen got off to a good start by defeating the
seniors -18-46 in a most exciting game. Luck was
not with them after that and they were unable
to win another game during the remaining days
of the tournament.
Left to right' McMillan. Turner. Stickley. Melvin. Jones
tcaptainl. Cox. Williams. Pittard, Powell, Thomas.
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, One of the projects of the Athletic Association was the painting of the college
1 the pool considerably. All girls interested in learning to swim are taught by stu-
pool. This project was successfully carried out and has improved the looks of
dents qualified to do so, At the end of the course they receive Red Cross certifi-
cates. Each spring we eagerly look forward to the day when it will be warm
enough to go swimming. After a day of classes a nice swim is a welcomed re-
f This year the Athletic Association has tried to promote student interest in
l tennis by sponsoring tournaments and by giving lessons to those girls wishing to
learn the game. A glance at the courts any afternoon would reveal that they
4 are successful. Tennis is fast becoming a favorite sport on our campus.
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from their studies to en-
joy our pool. Looks like
fun, doesn't it?
Playing doubles are: Bil-
lie Suggs, Delores Stone.
Becky Ingram, and Pat
Ofiicers' Lucile Wilds,
president. Sue Little'
wood. vice - president:
Martha Morrison. secre-
tary-treasurer: Betty Joe
Hatcher. scrapbook cus-
todian. Mr. Reagan and
Mr. Tatem serve as di-
Left to right' Sue Little-
wood, president: Doro-
thy Anderson, business
manager: Lucile Wilds.
The Highland Players aim to provide entertainment and to encourage
appreciation of drama. both by players and audience. This ann was realized
in their successful production of "Guia TUX'.'ll.H "A Date xvith the Professor."
and a major production in the spring,
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Kappa Lambda is the Flora Macdonald chapter of the national Alpha
Psi Omega Dramatic Fraternity. It gives recognition to those students who
have been outstanding in college dramatics. Hard work and many hours
spent serving on make-up committees. lighting crews and other back-stage
work. student directing, and acting are behind this honor.
The Day Students have really
become an active part of the stu-
dent body this year through their
regular chapel attendance, prayer
band, column in the Skirl, mem-
bership on dance committees,
regular day student meetings, and
f ugh -- fullilling all vacination
requirements. Betty Lou Mc-
Donald is president, Mildred
Dedas is secretary.
The IRC, theme for the year
is "The World's Struggle for
Peace." This club deserves recog-
nition for its part in keeping the
students informed and interested
in current events. Ofiicers are:
Nancy Andrews, president, Faye
Jenkins, vice-president, Yvonne
Brice, secretary, Jo Ann Drum-
mond, treasurerg Beth Bethea,
custodian of scrapbook.
This club strives to promote
high scholastic standing in math,
and to create interest in the sub-
ject among the students. Officers
this year are: Marjorie Steven-
son, presidentl Betty Lou Lamb,
vice-president: Anita Williamson,
recording secretaryg Eva Gray
Davis, corresponding secretary:
Harriet McAuley, treasurer, Kit-
tye Oliver, finance chairman,
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Open only to science students
with a grade average of B, this
club studies and discusses latest
scientific findings. It strives to
promote fellowship among se-
rious minded students of science.
Officers are: Grace Dew, presi-
dent, Beth Bethea, vice-president:
Betty Jo Gore, secretary, Mary
Sue Coleman, treasurer.
Composed of the Latin and
Classical Civilization students,
this club purposes to instill in its
menibers a greater appreciation
for the contributions of the
Greeks and Romans to modern
civilization. Officers are: Ruby
Bierman, president, Mary Sue
Willianis, vice-presidentg Barbara
The newest club on our cam-
pus, these 23 girls from the Old
Dominion banded together in an
effort to have planned socials and
discussions of their favorite topic
of conversation, namely, Virginia.
Their aim is to double the number
of students from Virginia at this
North Carolina college. We hope
they're successful, but what
would we do with +16 Virginians'?
lVIickie Ozlin is president.
Admiring the portrait of Miss
Ettie Brown. professor of French
from 1898-19-10, are the members
of the French club. This club is
interested in studying the civili-
zation of France. Officers this year
are: Audrey Milligan, presidentg
Mary Ella Mize, vice-presidentg
Mickie Ozlin, secretary-treasurer.
Programs on the peoples and
customs of the neighboring Latin-
American countries have been
most interesting to Flora Mac-
donald students of Spanish. Ofh-
cers are: Christine Maloney,
president: Gladys McCain, vice-
presidentg June Jarrett, secre-
taryg Catherine Carter, treasurer.
Round-table discussions relat-
ing to family home economics,
films, talks, open house, and des-
sert parties are some of the pro-
grams presented by this club.
Ofiicers are: Doris Mozingo,
presidentg Lucile Wilds, vice-
president: Sally Bald, secretaryg
Cleo Codas, treasurer: Mary
Hagood Little, reporter.
Glenn Rounds, noted author of
childrens literature spoke to this
club last fall. The club tries to
have programs that will stimu-
late interest in creative writing.
Oiiicers are: Billiegene Addor.
presidentg Shirley Thornton, vice-
president: Naomi Lee, secretary:
Emojeane Womeldorf, treasurer.
"A prayer in its simplest defi-
nition is merely a word turned
Godwardf' These girls lead a
small group once a week in a
period of meditation and prayer.
They also assist the Christian
Association Cabinet in carrying
out its activities. Shirley Fitz-
gerald is chairman.
Christian missions is the main
interest of this group. Oflicers
are: Charlotte Calhoun. presi-
dentg Mary Sue Coleman. vice-
presidentg Hilda Phillips, secre-
taryg Sara Sanders. treasurer:
Letty Hill, C. A. representative:
Mary McLean, representative
from group at largeg Becky Wil-
liams, freshman representative.
Miss Hazel Morrison Mrs
McCain, and Dr Vardell
meet in Dr, Woodsons of
HERE is value beyond price in
the Administrators at Flora Mac-
donald. The enthusiasm with which
the entire staff has supported the
financial campaign has made the stu-
dent body realize anew that they are
behind us whole-heartedly. They are
interested in Flora Macdonald Col-
lege and its students, and they wish
to see it go forward in the years that
lie ahead. Their interest is not just
professional. They have a personal
interest in the progress of the college,
which is revealed in the many times
they go beyond what is required of
them. They are often seen perform-
ing tasks which are not required of
their positions. Many hours are de-
voted to meetings in which plans and
suggestions for the improvement of
the college are made, These plans
are later successfully executed. Spe-
cial attention is given to students
having difficulties with their studies.
Professors gladly give of their time
to help individual students. And the
co-operation which is shown among
the administrators is an incentive for
better student co-operation. The stu-
dents recognize and appreciate the
value that is found in our adminis-
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W Palm: H. GWYNN, Jn.
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Dean of thc Cwlleqc'
P, P. MCCAIN. BS., M.A.
Dean of Students
Da. CHARLES G. VARDELL
Even as Dr. Vardell devoted
his life to Flora Macdonald, so
has Dr. Woodson. His complete
dedication of himself to the work
of the financial campaign has
been an inspiration to the stu-
dent body this year. His tireless
efforts to promote public inter-
est in our college have deepened
our respect for him. Dr. Woodson
has faith in Flora Macdonald
College. He has faith in its stu-
dents. His strong and abiding
faith causes our own to be
CHARLES G. VARDELL, JR., B.A., MA
Dean of the Conse1'vato1y
Miss Connor sews while slio Visits with Mrs. Dorroh A new addition to our College this year was the pur-
in her room on West Second. A yisit with Mrs. vliase of a For-Al station wagon. Miss Frances Ducllvy.
Dorroh in her clean and attractive room is :always Held i'op1'Qscntative. is setting in. ready for another
Mrs. Gambill looks np from her dvsk in her flmCC in Miss Bateman and Miss Williams enjoy cokcs in Miss
the kitchen. Batemans otico at the Qym.
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' Crosswell. McQueen, and Frazier.
NAN H. BULLOCK. B.L,. Editor of Bulletin and Publicity Secretary.
1 DORIS CAIN. Secretary. Office of the President.
Q VIRGINIA CONNOR. RN.. Resident Nurse.
Q HELEN T. DORROH. Supervisor of Dorinitories.
'. FRANCES DUDLEY, BA., Field Secretary.
f, MARTHA L. GAlX1BILL, Dietitian.
C. T. JOHNSON. M.D., Physician.
G. C. LANG, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
BROWN MORRISON. B.L.., Bursar.
MARGUERITE MCQLTEEN. Assistant Librarian.
FLORA M. PERRY. BA., B.S.L.S., Librarian.
PEGGY QUERY. Secretary. Office of Dean of Faculty.
ANNIE WILLIANIS. Secretary. Ofiice of Dean of Admissions.
ELIZABETH DEORIN, Manager of Laundry.
Mrs. McPhziul, lllrs. Bullovk. and Mrs. McCain enjoy Miss Womble and Mrs. Currie work On Christmas deco-
H mid-mnrmng cup of tea in Mrs. McCain's apartment, rations in the Home EC department. Ronnie. Mrs
Curries son, supervises the job.
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Deeply absorbed in Zl Saturday
afternoon football game are,
Overton, Tatein. Dcckcr. Bul-
lock. :ind lllccse.
The relationship that exists between stu-
dents and faculty is a warm, friendly one at
FMC. We know and like our professors as per-
sons with ambitions and interests similar to
our own. Each Friday in chapel a professor
is in charge of the program. These services
give us an opportunity to hear them tell of
their personal experiences and to hear their
opinions on various subjects. And the relation-
ship among our faculty members is good. Most
of them belong to the Faculty Club. This club
meets informally each month in the homes of
different members. Mr. Decker is president
this year. Every Wednesday morning faculty
and staff members gather in the parlors for a
coffee hour. After the coffee hour a faculty
prayer meeting is held in the Bible classroom.
Along with the student prayer bands. the
faculty prayer band filled a Thanksgiving
basket for a needy family. They also filled a
stocking which was given at the Christmas
party for the colored servants.
Visiting Miss Bowen in her apartment are. left to right:
Williams, Dudley. Bowen. Cain, Cobb, Sowder.
Mr. Cobb pours coffee for his wife. They graciously
welcomed the photographer into their home and
even served him a cup of coffee before he took
During the tirst days
school before boxes wer
assigned, we all sat on the
floor, hoping that a lette
would be thrown over th
rotunda to us.
VERY member of the student
body begins each day in the same
manner. The 7:25 bell rings, and in-
stead of awakening them, it only
throws them in a deeper sleep. But
at the 7:30 bell, 250 girls arise lstill
in a deep sleepl, put skirts on over
pajamas. grab windbreakers, and
start on the three mile hike to the
dining hall. lHair is combed While
students grope their way down-
stairsr Arriving at the dining hall
at 7:32-or later, 250 girls fall in
their chairs and continue to sleep.
The clatter of cups and silver awaken
them gradually, and before long. the J
steady hum of voices is heard il
throughout the dining hall. Before ,
breakfast is over the student body
becomes wide awake and excitement
Pills the air as plans for the day are
discussed. Classes. piano practice,
chapel, parallel reading. labs, stu-
dent teaching. club meetings, and
many other activities claim the hours
of each girl. But as each girl pursues
her own special interests there exists
among them a feeling of oneness that
unites them and molds them into a
student body with value beyond
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The Christian Association Cabinet inspects the first work that was
Q done in the building of our Prayer Chapel.
i "Will you be chairman of the fall dance?' '...L 'Will you go
to Fayetteville and buy decorations for the club party?" . . .
"Will you have the IRC program next week'?' ',..' 'Will your
prayer band have chapel lVIonday?' '... and so it goes: one thing
, right on top of another to be done. "When will we ever study?"
E we cry. Wondering how one small college can possibly have so
l many clubs and organizations, we nevertheless continue to make
, the rounds because it's fun. Actually our extra-curricular activi-
ties promote a varied and interesting social life, and we wouldn't
have college life any other way, From September till June its
a steady whirl of activities and we love it!
With that expression on
her face, Shirley Fitz-
gcrald obviously is not
talking about anything
even remotely related to
, The crowd at the reception for Dame Flora Reverend Murphy Williams holds thc atten-
and her twin grandsons waited patiently to tion of the group as he emphasizes a point
shake hands with the famous visitors. in their discussion.
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At the entrance :gate are-, left to rieght, Boney, Andrews, Davis. Stevenson, Spivey, Codus.
kr DELANIE BUNEY
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Marching out of the auditorium ahead of the underelassmen after that
first chapel service in September made these girls realize that Senior-
hood was upon them. Of all their four years at Flora lVlaCd0nald, they
feel that this has been the best one yet. Student teaching, senior recitals,
twelve o'elock light bell, decorating the Christmas tree, senior devotions,
ordering graduation announcements, selecting Commencement and bac-
calaureate speakers, the silver tea, senior day. trying on Caps and gowns,
making wedding plans, and signing contracts for jobs next fall have been
experiences reserved only for them. This year has had value beyond
price. and they cherish the memories of it.
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NANCY HATHAWAY ANDREWS, BA.
Spencer, N C.
Hathaway . IRC' , . . sprinyy curls . white blouses , . sports fan . , talkative , . .
Zeteslan Society. Student Volunteers l, 2, Math Club 2, 3. 4, Spanish Club 2. 3, International
Relations Club 2 3 -l Vice-President 3, President 4, Classical Club 3, Christian Association
2 Cabinet 3. Treasurer 3.4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball l. 2, 3. 43 Class Secretary -l, Superlative 4.
1 ELIZABETH ANN BETHEA B.A
l Lana, s, C.
Beth . . generous , . matter at fact , . man hater , . petite crrtnium , wistful , . . until
you know her
' Epsilon Chi Society, Choral Club 1, 2: Math Club l, French Club 2, 3, 4 William Bartram
1 Scientific Society 2. 3, -l. Vice-President -l, International Relations Club 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3,
5 High Point Sumnier School 3.
JESSIE BLALOCK. B.lVI.
, Hamlet, N. C.
Fifi . . easy-going , . . perfume addict . . , black seams . . , practice and more practice , .
1 movie magazines , "nice-acting"
' Epsilon Chi Society, Marshal 3. Treasurer -lg Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 43
l St Cecilia Music Club l. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President -l, Volleyball 3, Piano Recital -l, Summer work
in piano under Dr. Vardell.
DELANIE HALTON BONEY, B,A,
English and Bible
Wallace. N C.
Erpressive , . . senior class meetings . , . she sews, she cooks. she makes A's . . . Boney nose
. . ,positive approach , , . dignified , . , etiquette bcok
Epsilon Chi Society, Secretary 2. Marshal 33 Writers Club 1, Volleyball 13 Class Treasurer 2.
I Dance Chairman 2, Prayer Band Leader 2, Math Club l, 2, 3. Vice-President 3. Christian Associa-
, tion Cabinet Secretary 33 International Relations Club 1. 2, 3. Program Staff 3g Skirt Staff 33
Pine and Thistle Stati' 43 Class President -lg Student Council -lg Student Volunteers 1. 2. 3. -lg
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
4 Andrews Bethea
RETTA PARKER Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
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MARY LISLE TUCKER. Who's Who in American Colleges
YVONNE JANET BRICE, BA.
History and French
Elizabeth City, N, C.
Pic , , . natural wit , unconsciously adorable , , sensitive . , great worrier , , . jastidinus
Epsilon Chi Societyg French Club 1, 2, -lg Writers Club 2, 3, President 2, Highland Players 2,
:9znc4artd Thistle Literary Staff 2, Assistant Editor 31 International Relations Club 3, 4. Secre-
GERALDINE BROWN, B,A.
Grammar Grade Education
Evergreen, N. C.
Gerry . , , steady worker , , , ever-smiling . . "Baptist girls will meet" . . , placid,
Epsilon Chi Society: Mars Hill College 1: German Club 2, 3, -11 I,R.C. 2, 3, 41 Classical Club 2. 3, 4,
William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 3, 4,
CHARLOTTE WILLARD CALHOUN. BM.
Lavras, Minas, Brazil
Scrubbed look , fun to be uuth , well-rounded . . . pranks at midnight , , . virtuous . , .
the ridiculous and the sublime
Zetesian Societyg St. Cecilia Music Club 1, 2. 3, -tg Choral Club 1. 2, 3, -lg Student Volunteers
l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, International Relations Club 3, 43 Class OFFicer 3, Volley-
ball l, 2, 3, -1, Captain 2, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Athletic Board 33 Monogram Club 3, 4, Senior Recitalg
Outstanding Athlete 3, Scribbler 4, Superlative -lg Whois Who in American Colleges and Uni-
PEGGY JOYCE CARTER. B,A.
Wilson, N C.
Laurinburg tranquil beauty , . C A, announcements . , ebony hair . . . a dedicated life.
Zetesian Society, Marshal 3, Spanish Club 1. 21 William Bartram Scientific Society 2, Secretary 2,
Class Othcer 23 Prayer Band Leader 3, Choral Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, First Vice4President 4,
Classical Club 33 Westminster Fellowship President 33 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, Secretary 21
Christian Association Cabinet -t, Chairman of Social Service.
CLEO CODAS, BS.
Henderson, N. C.
"Hey party". .giggle-lJo.'i:, rxrtciisiue wardrobe , , cats and rabbits. . . jun-loving.
Zetesian Society, Vice-President 43 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 41
Highland Players 1, 2, 3, -lg Classical Club 2, 3, International Relations Club 3, Atlantic Christian
College Summer School 1, Assistant Tea Room Manager -1.
MARY SUE COLEMAN, B.A.
Ashevillc, N C
Marlin June wedding matchlcss laugh .conference hound . , ,patient . , . earnest.
Epsilon Chi Society, French Club 1, Prayer Band Leader 33 Student Volunteer 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President -1, William Bartram Scientific Society 3, -t, Treasurer -lg Classical Club 3, 4.
IVIARJORIE MARIE DAVIS, B.A,
Grammar Grade Erlucattmi
Fayetteville. N. C.
Kindhcartud , . basketball , rcticenl ,. , long eyelashes, . , reliable.
Zetesian Societyg Student Volunteers 1, French Club 1, 2. 3, Commercial Club 13 Basketball
1, 2. 3, -I, Varsity 3, Volleyball l, 2 3, -l, Athletic Board 3. Vice-President -lg Math Club 31
International Relations Club 3, Typing Editor WHITE HEATHER 3, Class Oliicei' 3, 4, Prayer Band
SARADEE OLEAN DAVIS, B,A,
Kingfs :laughter . lvndcrliuartcd . . . outraaching love . , modest . . , "nite and rite" . .
that smile radiant
Zctesian Sueietyg Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 21 Highland Players l, Math Club 1, 23 Student
Voluntct-rs 1, 2, 3, -lg International Relations Club l, 2 3, 43 Mardi Gras Queen 1, May Court
l, 3, Queen -I, Prayer Band Lcadcr 2, Classical Club 2. 31 Class OFFicer 2, President 31 Christian
Association Cabinet, Chairman Praycr Bands 3, President 4, Student Council 3, 43 Who's Who
in A1n1'r1i'r1u Colleges and Untuarxrtics
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PHYLLIS LEGGETT, Whrfs Whu in American Colleqcs and
MILDRED SANDERS DEDAS, B A,
Raeford, N. C,
From Raeford to Red Springs . "ray little boys" , friendly. ,hard worker . ,a fine person.
Epsilon Chi Society: 19-11-19-14, 1954, Prayer Band Leader, William Bartram Scientific Society
2, 3, Math Club 2. 3. President 3, Christian Association Cabinet Vice-President 3, International
Relations Club -l, Classical Club -1
GRACE JANE DEW, BA,
Grammar Grade Education
Delco, N C,
Wzstjul eyes laundry . , four years on Morgan 11 "Gracious ',,. quiet . . . unobtruslre
Zetesian Society, William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President -1, Home
Economics 25 Classical Club 2, 3, Wilmington College Summer School.
JO ANN DRUMMOND BA
Grammar Grade Education
Graham, N C,
Long locks . bubbles over with laughter tivinkly eyes , absent-minded school teacher
. , detailed desires the best.
Epsilon Chi Society, Choral Club l, Math Club 1, 2, 3, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, International
Relations Club 2, 3, -1, Program Committee 3, Treasurer -1, French Club 1, 2, William Bartrani
Scientific Society 3,
RACHEL ELIZABETH ELLIS. BA
Wilmington, N C,
Nicky . ballet shoes widoufs peak . .Charleston , . curator graceful
Epsilon Chi Society, Spanish Club 1, 2, Math Club 1. 2. 3, Classical Club -I, Prayer Band Leader 4.
NANCY ANN GALLOP, BM.
Wilmington, N, C,
"Let me have music and I ask no more delight" erenzng dresses . , dreamer . , . florist
Epsilon Chi Society, Pianist 2, 3, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, -1, Acconipanist 1, 2. 3, -1, St, Cecelia Music
Club 1, 2. 3. 41 Tennis 3, Prayer Band Leader 3, Wilmington College Summer School 2, 33 Joint
Piano Recital 33 Piano Recital -1.
BETTY JEAN GILLILAND, BA.
Rocky Mount, N C
Athletic . . pretty hair , . a f - b i' . neatly dressed . . State College basketball . , finds
time for fun
Epsilon Chi Society, Math Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2, President 3, French Club l, Volleyball
1. 2, 3, -1, Captain 3, Varsity 3, -lg Basketball 1, 2. 3, -L, Varsity 2, 3, Athletic Board Head of
Basketball 2, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Skirl Stah' -L
ELIZABETH STEPHENSON HOUCK, B,M,
Rowland, N C,
Houckstein . , "confound it" impatient Klceneaf . . pipes, pistons, pedals . , a good
Epsilon Chi Society, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, St Cecelia Music Club 1, 2, 3, -1, Organ Recital 4.
ELSIE FAYE INGRAM, BA
Gibson, N C.
Elsie Fee kztteus , deep dimples , yakety-yak . . . red toboggan and polka dots . .
Zetesian Society, Spanish Club 1. 2, William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 2, St Cecelia Music
Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, Second Vice-President 3, Student Volunteers 2. 3, -1, Secretary
3, International Relations Club 3, Senior Scribbler
SARADEE DAVIS, Who's Who in American Colleges and
JOAN HARDESTY JOHN, B.A,
Shannon, N C,
Sophomore bride . , . statelu , gentle voice , literary , at home in the classroom.
Zetesian Society: Class President 1, 2, Student Council 1. 23 International Relations Club 23
Spanish Club 1, 23 Writers Club 1, 23 Student Volunteers l, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3'
Pine and Thistle Staff 3, Day Students Club 3, 4.
JEAN STUART JOHNSON, BA.
Grammar Grade Education
Benson, N. C
Dimples .. fingernail polish . .pint-si:e , , , hay fever . . . always on the yo! . ..
Zetesian Society. Marshal 3, Meredith College 1, Campbell College Summer School 1, 21 Spanish
Club 2, 3, Classical Club 31 Associate Editor of Skirl 33 Dance Committee 3,
MARLENE JONES, B.M
Voice and Public School Music
Lansing. N C
Ravishing redhead . men, men . , cosmetics . , impressive , . ambitious , , . vocalist , .
Epsilon Chi Society, Marshal 3, St. Cecelia Music Club l. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 33
Spanish Club lg Southwestern Summer School 33 May Court 3
BARBARA SMITH LAME-ERT, BM
Albemarle, N C
Mar unlimited weekends . . . tense . . . accommodating . . , enjoys teaching school . ,
Zetesian Society, St Cecelia Music Club 1, 2. 3, -tg Choral Club 1, 2, 3, -lg Warn: HEATHER Staff 23
Pine and Thistle Staff 2, 33 International Relations Club -lg Joint Recital 4
PHYLLIS SONDRA LEGGETT, B.A.
Bible and History
Rocky Mount, N C.
, Madam president amiable , . poise . . . orator , , , invaluable . , . a gracious lady . . .
Zetcsian Society, Treasurer 2, Dance Committee lg Math Club l, 2, 33 Writers Club l, 2, 3, Vice'
President 2, Critic 33 Choral Club 1, 2, 33 International Relations Club 2, 3, -lg Classical Club 2, 3, 4,
William Bartram Scientitic Society 2, 3, Prayer Band Leader 23 Student Volunteers 3, Christian
Association Cabinet -lg Student Council Treasurer 3, Student Body President 4, Whn's Who in
American Colleges und Universities
MARY HAYGOOD LITTLE, BS,
Pollocksvillc, N C.
"1 was just wondering" , . rneticltlmis , . , detailed cuniiersatzon . . . "Faye says" . . . hand
gestures thorough , ,
Epsilon Chi Society, Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Frcnch Club lg Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, -1,
Prayer Band Leader 3, Atlantic Christian College Summer School 31 Choral Club -l,
MARY SUE LITTLEXVOOD. BA
Lansing, N C
"Miss Littlcumotlu zlciiout Methodist . . takes the initiative . , "I more" , . . studies after
midnight heel tool forward , .
Epsilon Chi Socicty, William Bartram Scientific Society I, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 33 St. Cecelia
Music Club l, 2, Mathematical Honor Society l, 2, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Prayer Band Leader 2,
Appgtlachiun State Teachers College Summer School 2, Choral Clulv l, 2, 3, 4, Student Volunteers
3, 4, Highland Players 3, -l, Vice-President 4, Alpha Psi Omega -l, President -lg Pine and Thistle
Literary Stall' 2 Business Manager 3. Editor-in-Chief -I,
NELLIE JEAN MILLER, BA
Chacilvourn, N. C
Chapel xueezes . practical yoker , , Veterinarian , , Dacidy's little girl . . . goodness of heart
intelligent but iqnurcs studies
Highlanrl Players 3, -1, St Cecelia Music Club, Presbyterian .lunior College Summer School 2,
Epsilon Chi Society, Ccnsor 2, Choral Club l, 2, 3, Student Volunteers lg Classical Club 2. 33
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GERALDINE WORRELL and CHARLOTTE CALHOUN, Who's
Who in American Collcqes and Universities
AUDREY ERNESTINE MILLIGAN, BA.
French and History
Shallotte, N. C,
Sterling 3 la maitress ercellente 3 . , that Southport dialect . . sleep walker , . humble 3 .
Epsilon Chi Society. Censor 23 Choral Club 1, 2, 33 Student Volunteers 13 Classical Club 2, 33
Tea Room Manager 33 William Bartram Scientific Society 3, -1, Slcirl Staff 4,
BETTY LOU MCDONALD, B.A,
French and History
Red Springs, N. C
Mrs 3 . nothing less than an A , . load of books . inerhaustible . , , frantic fren:y . , .
Epsilon Chi Society, International Relations Club 2, 3, -t, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4L William Bartram
Scientitic Society 33 Day Students Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 43 Student Council 3, 4, Wlm's Who
in American Colleges and Universzties,
MAE McELROY. B.M
Dresden doll 3 . . non-conformtst . . . natural born organist 3 . 3 "Heavens" , , . delightfully
Epsilon Chi Society, St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President, Choral Club 1, 2. 3. 43
Senior Recital 43
ELIZABETH GIBSON MCINTOSH, B.A3
Fayetteville, N. C.
Crescendo explanations 3 . "my family" . . W. F .3,, Girl Scouts 3 , . will make a good church
worker , . enthusiasm.
Zetesian Societyg Queens College 13 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, -tg Spanish Club 2. 33 William
Bartram Scientific Society 2, 33 Math Club 33 Skzrl Staff 3, Prayer Band Leader 33 Westminster
Fellowship President -13 Queens College Summer School 1952,
SARAH MARGARET MCLEOD, BA.
Carthage, N C
Innocent little girl . , , bangs . . indispensable 3 , . cute as a button , sock curls , loual.
Zetesian Society, Marshal 3, French Club 1, 23 Latin Club 23 Student Volunteers 1, 25 Home Eco-
nomics Club lg International Relations Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, -tg Volleyball 2, 3. -t,
Prayer Band Leader 33 Wnrrs HEATHER Staff 3, 4, Class Editor 3, Business Manager 4, Class Officer
3, May Court -1,
FRANCES LOUISE NELSON, B3M.
Olivia. N. C
Flashing eyes , 3 look at that suntan . "l love Chopin" . , . particular . . . Vardell dei-otec
3 , music book store,
Zetesian Society3 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Vice-President -I1 St. Cecelia Music Club 1. 2, 3. 4.
President 33 International Relations Club 3. 43 Summer piano study with Vardell 3, -1, Piano
Recital 43 May Court 4.
RETTA PARKER, B.S
Pollocksville. N. C3
Roommate of Patsy . cosmopolitan air , . eljicient trim . "scrounge" . conhdent
Epsilon Chi Society, Vice-President 2, Chief Marshal 3, President -lg Home Economics Club
1, 2, 3, 4, William Bartram Sctentitic Society 23 Volleyball 23 Classical Club l, 2, Student Voluna
teers 2, 33 Student Council -l, May Court 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities
MARY ELIZABETH PIERCE, BA.
Happy all the time "la donna es 1nolJillc" frequent shampoos . . "1 can'l" , responsive
3 , . delightful
Epsilon Chi Societyg Choral Club l, St Cecelia Music Club l, Day Students Club 2, 3. Spanish
Club 23 Classical Club 33 East Carolina College Summer School 2, May Court 3, -t, Scribbler 4,
BETTY LOU MCDONALD and DeLANIE BONEY, Wh0's Who
in American Colleges and Universities,
MILDRED ALLENE POVVERS. B.A.
Lansing, N. C.
Coigeur , music lover unusual . . . distinctive walk . , . composer . , , Appalachian.
Epsilon Chi Society3 Lees McRae College 1. 23 Classical Club 33 Spanish Club 33 St. Cecelia Music
Club 3, 43 Skirl Reporter 3, 43 Prayer Band Leader 4,
SARA ELIZABETH ROBINSON, B.A.
Bureaw, N. C.
Beth . . shy . . . abrupt . . . enjoys singing . . . wears rcrl well . . . enviable hair . . con-
Epsilon Chi Society. Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 43 St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2. 33 Volleyball 33 Student
Volunteers 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, -1.
MARIE SELLERS, B.A.
VVhiteville, N. C.
Maa-rie . . repertoire of alma maters . . . well-groomed . . . strong convictions . , , admirable.
Zetesian Society, Secretary -13 Bob Jones University 13 ECC Summer School 23 ACC Summer
School 33 Basketball 33 French Club 3g May Court 33 Prayer Band Leader 4.
BETTY RUTH SPIVEY, BA.
Grammar Grade Education
Lake View, S. C.
Ruthie . . tea-hole , . , actii-e in sports . custodian of rnouie projector . . , warm hearted
. . . iolly good fellow.
Epsilon Chi Societyg Math Club 1, 2. 3, -13 Spanish Club 1, 23 Basketball 1, 3, 41 ACC Summer
School 23 Class OFFicer 3, 4: Tea Room Manager.
MELBA JEANE STEPPE, B.S.
Barium Springs. N. C.
Teenie-tiny . indifferent , . imaginative , . , flare for drama . . "honey" . . . recluse.
Zetesian Socie-ty3 W.C.U.N.C, 13 Lynchburg College Summer School 3: Highland Players 2, 3. 4.
Vice-President 33 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4.
MARJORIE ALICE STEVENSON, B.A.
Stoney Point, N C.
Stevie-jo , . . unruly hazy' . , spzkcr , abilities . . . calculating calculist , , . smart.
Zetesian Societyg Math Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2. President 43 Spanish Club
1, 2g Volleyball 1, 2. 3, -i, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, -l. Captain 3, Varsity 33 Prayer Band
Leader 23 Assistant Business Manager Wi-rrra Hrzfvriir-:R 33 Classical Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 43
Class Dance Decoraifons Chairman 33 Recorder of Points 33 Athletic Board 43 Class Treasurer 4.
NANCY ELLEN STIKELEATHER. B.M.
Statesvillc, N. C
Pony-tail . . know-liouv . squeals saws a fine scam . . dignified , . , versatile,
Epsilon Chi Society, Marshal 33 St. Cecelia Music Club 1. 2, 3. 4, choral Club 1, 2. 3, 4, President
4: Prfayer Band Leader 2, Christian Association Cabinet 3, Worship Chairmang Dance Committee
2, 4, hairman 4,
PATSY CAROLYN TEER. B.S
Hillsboro, N. C,
Roommate of Retta . , engaged to Paul . . , collegiate . . . sophisticated clothes . . . personalitp
Zetesian Society, Recording Secretary 2, President 3. 4: Class Cheerleader 1, 2. College Cheer-
leader 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, Choral Club I, 23 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Scrapbook
Custodian 23 Student Volunteers l, 2. 33 Athletic Association Salesman 2, Vice-President 33
gasketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Volleyball 2, 33 Student Council 3, 43 Wl1o's Wim in American Colleges and
gem 6,4 1954
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PATSY TEER. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni
FLORENE THOMPSON. BM.
Whiteville. N C,
Mighty Mouse Wade gracious, ,house plans . ,hair twister ., cute ...
Zetesian Societyg Glee Club 1. 2. 3, -13 St. Cecelia Music Club l. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President
43 Volleyball 3, 43 lnternational Relations Club 3, 43 Dance Committee 33 Summer Piano under
Dr. Vardell 3, Senior Class Editor of WHITE HEATHER 43 Senior Piano Recital 4,
NORMA JEAN THOMPSON, B.A.
Glade Valley, N. C,
Those fingernails! , . rises to any occasion . . . expert mathematician . . "her voice was ever
gentle" . . .congenial .. .
Zetesian Society3 Math Club 1, 2, 3. 43 International Relations Club 2. 33 French Club 1, 23 Choral
Club 1, 2, 33 Dance Chairman 3, 43 Volleyball 1. 2. 3. -13 Wi-urs Hi:ATHf:n Assistant Editor 3g
Student Volunteers 3: Student Council Vice-President 4.
MARY LISLE TUCKER. B.A.
Bible and Elementary Education
College spirited . . , vivaczous , . . runny hose . , . aimiable , , trips . , , Montreat . . . actress.
Zetesian Society3 St. Cecelia Music Club lj Choral Club 1, 2. 3, -lg Highland Players 1, 23 Pine
and Thistle Stal? 13 Math Club 1. 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4. Captain 13 Volleyball 1. 2, 3. -13 Spanish
Club 1. 23 Student Volunteers 1. 2, 3, 4. President 33 Christian Association Cabinet 2. Chairman
of Prayer Bands 23 International Relations Club 2. 3. 43 Class Cheerleader 33 Prayer Band Leader
3: Superlative 3: Monogram Club 3. 43 Athletic Association Board 1. 3. -1. Treasurer 3, President
43 Student Council 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities,
SUE WARREN, B.A.
Salemburg, N. C.
"S-oeo-u' '... home lover . . happy-go-lucky . . . unruffied , . enjoys life.
Epsilon Chi Societyg Pineland College Transfer 1, 2.
LUCILE WILDS. B.S,
Columbia. S C,
Highlang-glayers . . . seamstress . . . sniffies . . . friend of the Watsons . . . praiseworthy . . .
CHU 1 .
Zetesian Society3 Spanish Club 13 Volleyball 1, 2. 3. -11 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-
President 43 Skirl Staff 33 Dance Committee 3g Highland Players 2, 3. 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
President 43 Scribbler 4.
GERALDINE WORRELL. B.A.
Rocky Mount, N. C
Gerl . . , invaluable . . . a sense of humor . , , '3Mother" . , , Mi: Publicity's right arm . . .
capable . . . John,
Zetesian Society, Vice-President 23 Prayer Band Leader 21 French Club l. 2, 3. Secretary-
Treasurer 2, President 33 Math Club 1. 23 Pine and Thistle Stan' 33 Christian Association Cabinet
3, Chairman of Social Service: Writers Club l. 2. Student Volunteers 1. 2. 33 Volleyball 3,
Superlative 43 Literary Editor WHITE HEATHER 2. Editor-in-Chief -l, Chief Scribe -lg Whos Who
in American Colleges and Universities.
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Mary MOCracken signs out in the
date book, Notice that ring on her
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Hester have an afternoon snack in the tea hole.
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blouse, Norma Kelly explains
to her the wisdom in sleeping
two hours before trying to study
for a test.
Mickie Jernigan, Nan Dorman, Betty Lou Lamb, and their dates Check their dance Cards during intermission
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VVith thoughts of "it xx'on't be as long as it has been," the juniors have
gone through this year full of enthusiasm and excitement Acting as big
sisters to the freshmen. taking subjects of their choice, ordering class
rings. marching from the auditorium after the seniors. enjoying three
nights out a week. and learning the highland fling have kept them busy
most of the time. Spring elections placed on their shoulders the responsi-
bility of leading the student body for the coming year. Oflicers for the
juniors are: Mickie Jernigan. president: Norma Kelly, vice-presidentg
Doris Mozingo. secretaryg Christine Maloney, treasurer: Doris Dunn, tea
room manager: Lucille Graham, assistant manager.
Proudly wearing their college blazers are. left to right, Mozinsfo. Kelly
Maloney. Dunn. Graham. Jernigan,
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ADDOR. BILLIEGENE, Addor, N. C.
ANDERSON. DOROTHY, Whiic-ville, N. C
, BOWDEN. ANN, Warsaw, N. C, ' I
I, BRANTLEY, ALICE, Si-ima. N. C.
BYRD, ANNIE, Elizabethtown, N. C.
I CALLAHAN, PEGGY, wmri-viiii-, N. C. .
CAMPBELL, KATHRYN, Lallrinburg, N. C.
DORMAN, NAN, Red Springs, N. C,
DUDLEY, SARA, Concord, N. C.
DUNN, DORIS, CI1zu'lO1l9, N. C.
FITZGERALD, SHIRLEY, Waynesboro, Va.
I FLEMING, LUCY, iviebam-, N. C.
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'I GORE, BETTY JO, Shallotto, N. C.
HALE, MARY, Wilmington, N. C.
1 HAMILTON. DOT, Hampton, Va.
HESTER, JOAN MARIE, Wcndcll. N. C.
HUDGINS, SHIRLEY, Lumberton, N. C.
INGOLD, JEAN KEETER, Fayvttovillo. N. C.
JENKINS, FAYE, Union, S, C.
JERNIGAN, MICKIE, Fairmont, N. C.
JONES, LULA, Laurinburg, N. C.
KELLY, NORMA, CIIIQITIOIIC, N. C,
LAMB, BETTY LOU, Wilmington, N. C.
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LEE. NAOMI. VVilmington. N. C,
LENNON, NELL. Blade-nboro. N. C.
LILES CLARA MAE Garland N C.
MARTIN MARY JAINE Reldxxllle N. C
d MALOANEY, CHRISTINE, Cglllctxl. Ya.
MAYS. JO ANN, Taylorsville, N. C.
MIZE. MARY ELLA, Commerce. Ga.
MORRIS. JEAN, Maxton, N. C.
MORRISON. MARTHA ANN, Rowland, N. C.
MOZINGO, DORIS, Bowden, N, C.
MURCHISON. KATHLEEN, Concord. N. C
MCCRACKEN, MARY, Winston-Salem. N. C.
MCGIRT. ANN, Laurinburg, N. C.
MCNEILL, MARJORIE. Broadway, N. C,
NICHOLSON, KATHRYN, Mount Gilead. N. C
PHILLIPS, HILDA, Rocky Mount, N. C.
SANDERS, SARA, Badin, N. C.
SPILLMAN. MILDRED. VVilmiugton. N. C.
WILLIAMS, ELLEN, Rocky Mount, N. C.
WILLIS, SHIRLEY. Nlorehoad City, N, C,
173 S DORIS BOWLES, Niagara. N. C.
29 wa TT- URSULA GOODSON, Valdosta, Ga.
BARBARA HARLOW. Orange, Va.
JEANNETTE MCNEILL, Laurel Hill. N. C.
'S KATHERINE MCNEILL. Laurinburg. N. C.
BETTY JOEL PRICE, Lilesville, N. C.
Bowles Goodson Harlow
lVICNeill, J. MCNeill, K. Price
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Need a secretary? Call FMC. These girls are for the financial campaign, and, in general, help-
learning to become eflicient in the business world ing the business office. Their annual tea, honoring
by first studying and then applying their knowl- some faculty member, and the treat of picnics,
edge by typing letters for the school, mimeograph- .add to their fun and fellowship. Students can
ing hundreds of stencils. addressing pamphlets earn a B.A, with major in Business in four years.
Serving as ofiicers in the Business Club this year are: Doris Bowles, president, Nell Lennon, vice-presidentg
Katherine McNeill, secretary: Barbara Arrington, treasurer: Gale Simpson. reporter: Misses Stenhouse and
Frazier. advisors. I
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Walking in Vardell Court are Robinson, lVlcLean. Oliver, and Thornton.
In September. freshmen found themselves no longer freshmen but
sophomores. They were ready to conquer what the year had to offer.
And it offered plenty: sophomore lit, zoo and botany labs, Bible charts,
history outlines, and ten thousand Iso it seemed! library books which
had to be read. But before they could realize it, the freshman-sophomore
dance was upon them. Studies were forgotten as they danced to the tune
of Ebb Tide. Deciding on what to major in and thoughts of "I'll be a
junior next year" filled the spring months. Serving as sophomore officers
are Carolyn Robinson, president, Mary McLean, vice-presidentg Kittye
Oliver, secretaryg Shirley Thornton, treasurer.
BALD, SARA CAROLYN
Barnburg, S. C.
Lillington, N. C.
Hamer. S. C.
Washington, N. C.
Aberdeen, N C.
Siler City, N. C.
BROWN, MARY ARCHIE
Saint Pauls, N. C.
Wilmington, N. C.
Rocky Mount, N. C
Wilson, N. C.
Daytona Beach, Fla
Rocky Mount, N. C.
DAVIS, EVA GRAY
Hamlet, N. C.
West End, N. C.
Fayetteville, N, C.
HATCllER, BETTY JOE
Garner, N. C.
Charlotte, N, C.
YVillOw Springs, N.
Clinton, S, C.
Parkton, N. C.
Kannapolis, N. C.
Clarkton, N. C.
lVlATzE, MARY' RUTH
South Boston, Va.
Mehane, N. C.
MIINROE, SALLIE ANNE
Clarkton, N. C.
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Ran-ford. N. C.
ZXICNETLI.. ELLA RUTH
Aberdeen. N. C.
ZNELSON. IXIARY LoUisE
Reidsville. N. C.
Chase City, Va.
RICHARDSON. BETTY JO
Laurmburg. N. C.
Rockiish. N. C.
Gastonia. N. C.
Lumber Bridge. N. C
Rae-ford, N, C.
Laurel Hill, N. C.
Kannapolis. N. C.
Mount Olive. N. C.
Lumberton. N. C.
Reidsvillo. N. C.
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Godwin, N. C.
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Rocky Mount, N. C.
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Phyllis, Union Point, Ga., Boll, Nanry Joan. Clinton, S. C., Bissctt, Doris, Tampa,
Flag Blalock, Jean, Bunn Lovcl, N, C 1 Browor, Botsy, Sanford, N. C.
Brumblcs, Yvonne, Whitoville, N. C.: Bryant, Janie Ann, Clinton, N. C.: Bufikin,
Juanita, Nichols, S, C., Bullard, Shirley, Chadbourn, N C.: Butler, Mildred.
Whitcvillo, N. C., Byrd, Edith Ann, Hartsvillc, S. C.: Carter. Joy, Columbia. S. C.
Cavoncss. Shirley. Raleigh, N. C.: Cha, Young Sun, Ashoboro, N. C., Chadwiffk,
Shirlcy. Faycttovillo. N. C.: Corbett, Shirley lllac, Atkinson, N. C.: Cox, Shirley,
Roidsvillo, N. C.: Douglas, Mozc-llc-, Sanford, N. C.: Edwards, Barbara, Laurel
Hill, N C.
Faggart, Alice Judson, Concord, N, C.: Ferguson. Juno. Gastonia, N. C.: Flcfshman,
Betsy. Brooknoal, Va.: Floyd, Sara Margaret. Fairmont. N. C1 Gamble, Nancy.
Warrenton. N. C.: Garner, Ruth Ann, Hope Mills. N. C., Gibbs. Julia, Easley, S C.
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Lois Jean, Courtland. Va.: Hall, Ann. Rose Hill, N. C: Harris, Margaret, Durham,
N. C.: Haynes. Rebekah, Burlington, N. C.: Hinds, Sybil. Lumberton, N. C.:
Honeyeutt, Jessie Ruth, Wadesboro, N. C., Ivey, Joyce Lea, Fairmont, N. C,
Wilmington, N. C.: Johnson, Carolyn, Fayetteville. N. C.: Kearns, Shirley Anne,
Asheboro, N. C., Kiger, Shirley Ann, Rural Hall, N. C.: Kittrell, Carol, Sanford,
N. C.: Lambert, Ricardo, Albemarle, N. C.: Lemons, Shirley Ann, Red Springs,
Jones, Carol, Beaufort, N. C.: Jones, Elizabeth, Fayetteville. N. C.: Jones, Jean, ?
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Lewis, Patricia, Parkton, N. C.: Lipscomb, Anne, Angier, N. C.g Lovett, Martha
Sara, Lake City, S. C.: Mant-ss, Helen, Indian Trail, N. C., Markham, Agnes,
Greenville, N. C.: Marshall, Anna Jean, Engleharcl, N. C.: Matthews. Dorothy
Catherine, Laurinburg, N. C,
Moore, Rosa Mae, Battleboro, N. C.: McDonald, Gaclciis, Hope Mills, N. C.: Mc-
Keithan, Norma, Raeford, N. C.: McKellar, Ann, Maxton, N, C.: McLean. Sara.
Rowland, N. C.: McMillan, Joanne, Greensboro, N. C.: Nethereutt. Lou Ann,
Beulaville, N. C.: Owen. Sue, Cluster Springs, Va.: Pittard, Norma, Warrenton,
N, C. '
Ann, Lillington, N. C.: Melvin, Patricia, Jackson Springs. N. C.: Middleton. f
Powell, Patricia, South Boston, V3.1 Ray, Katherine, Newland, N. C., Rhodes,
Nota Rose, Proctorville, N. C.: Rihet. Julia Lee. Vzildusc. N. C: Rice, Shirley,
Lumberton, N. C.: Richardson, Lucy, Whitvvillc. N. C.: Rogan, Hazel Lulu,
Grcclcyville. S. C., Rouse, Jean, Snow Hill, N, C.: Rudd, Betty Frances, Mebanu,
Si-ssoins, Jean, Suffolk, Va.. Shannon, Edna, Gastonia. N, C 3 Sheets. Jane, Staun-
li ton, Va.: Simpson, Gale, Shannon, N, C.: Smith, Dunna, N. Wilkesboro, N. C.,
' Stephens, Barbara, Dillon, S. C., Stvppc, Martha, Marion, N. C.: Sticklcy, .Ioan
Linda, Strasburg. Va. Suggs, Billie, Cliadlnourn, N, C.
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I Willie, Yanceyville. N. C3 Turner. Anne, lklayesville, S. C.1 Turner, Betty Jean.
5 Charlotte, N. C.: Tyner, Elvira. Greenville. S. C.. Vcsper, Alice, Fayetteville, N, C.:
Wallace, Carol, Rowland, N. C.: Webb. Ann. Wadesboro. N. C.
Weeks. Jean. Godwin. N. C.: West. Ella Mae, Warsaw, N.
C, Williams, Aletha,
Angelus, S. C.: Williams. Becky, Miami. Fla 1 Williams. Frances Anne. Emporia.
Va.: Womble, Lottie Rayner, Wagram, N. C., Wood, Jane Alice, Draper, Va.,
Yeargin, Patterson, Thomasville. Ga.
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BEDSPREADS BATH SETS
DRAPES DISH CLOTHS
SCATTER RUCS DISH TOWELS
PRODUCED IN NORTH CAROLINA
Sold bw' fme slows Pzfvlwvlzere
53 Worlh Street
NEW YORK, N. Y.
RAEFORD LUMBER CO.
LUMBER : BUILDING MATERIALS
RAEFORD. NORTH CAROLINA
JOHNSON COTTON CO.
of RAEFORD, Inc.
l"11rnit11re. Electric' nnrl Gas .lppliam-e.s
FAST FLAIVIE CAS SERVICE
RAEFORD. NORTH CAROLINA
Cotton. Fertilizer. Seed. Insurance
RAE 1-'cm RD. NORTH CAROLINA
MORGAN MOTOR CO.
RAIQFORII. NORTH CAROLINA
When lletler .'1lllUlllUlII'll'S .-Ire lfuill
Will Huilzl Them
BAUCOM APPLIANCE COMPANY
RAEFORD. NORTH CAROLINA
MAYTAC WASHERS EASY WASHERS
ZENITII RADIO AND TELEVISION
SMALL APPLIANCES. ETC.
Quality ls of First Importance
WILLIAM L. POOLE
IIAEFORIJ. NORTH CAROLINA
REU SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
HOKE CONCRETE WORKS
RAEFORD. NORTH CAROLINA
AIR CONDITIONED CAFETERIA
IIAEFORD. NORTH C AROLINA
HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
pl Complete Line of
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
You me corzliullgy inriteil to riyit
for llze latest in styles final tlasllions
S A R A H ' S
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
ST. PAIILS. NORTH CAROLINA
St. Pauls Drug Co., Inc.
The Rexull Store
ST. IJ.-Xl'l.S, NORTH CAROLINA
GRANTHAM DRUG COMPANY
ST. PALLR. NORTH CAROLINA
LENOIR'S JEWEL SHOP
REO SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
MODERN BEAUTY SHOP
NITE. HPTI Kasilevirll
RHI: SPRINGS. NORTII CAROLINA
DEPARTMENT STORE, INC
RED SPRINOR. NORTH CAROLINA
IAEEA Rm A
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W ,TT xc V 8 N R.. .
II6 South Main Street
REIT SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
Clzickwz in HIIXAPI
Hill. Slznlws Ire CVPIIIIZ
REIT SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
elk en dale
QL Home of Better Values
FAYETTEVILLE - LUMBERTON - RAEFORD
RED SPRINGS - ELIZABETHTOWN - FAIRMONT
Bells Stores Are the Carolinas' Largest
Distributors of Reliable Merchandise
M. M. swnm i,iii ee1
rumuruns comrmw i e
FOR EVERY HOME
Wholesale and Retail
325 HHY SUM 120 Hay sum
FAYETTEVILLE' NORTH UR01-'M Fn'ETTEv11,LE. NORTH CYxR01.1xx
FRESH FRUITS and
CUFIIPI' Of Clmxlve :Ind Orangv Streets
FAYE'I'TEvII,I,Iz. NORTII CAROLINA
DILLON. S. C.
S. H. KRESS AND CO.
FAYI:'I"rFvII.LE. NORTII CAROLINA
Sn1r11't6'st in FENITIITII6
mul Cl1ilIlf'6IZ.S Apparel
123-23 Hay Strefol 1 Phone 6473
FAYRTTI2vII,.I.E. NORTII CAROLINA
NEW YORK RESTAURANT
226 Hay Street
36 Ymem lfrnler S1 IIII 0 MRIIagf?IIIeIIt
I"Aw,'I"IIxII,LI-3. NORTII CAROLINA
BENDER'S DRUG STORE
Your REXILILL Store
201 Hay SI I-I1 PI
I-'AYIc1rIcvII.I,r:. NORTII CAROI INA
'lfI1'r1,I'.s for lfw .Srfmolx and
RAYLASS DEPARTMENT STORES
EAYIf:'I'TRvII.I.I1:. NORTH CAROLINA
5 and IOC Store
208 Hay Street
FAYETTIQVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
CITY OPTICAL OPTICIANS
I'I'if'f' Charles HOIPI
FAI'ETTEvII.LI-3. NORTH CAROLINA
Hate he r's XYwx CJ eweIers
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3 rAvEITEvlI.I.E ,J 51211165
FrU'l'IT'l'EVll-LE, NORTII CAROLINA
L.. 'fl Q 21:11, -
103 Hai' Street : Dial 12-2000
FAYETTEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
Rffgiswreffl Je-wPIPrS 1 ,-XInf'riI'aII CF-In Society
Printers : Office Outfitters
218 Franklin Street
FAYETTEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
FAYETTEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
Highland Lumber Company
Lumber anrl Bllilfllillg 5IllIl1ll.6'.S
Plant and Ufiices 3225 HIOIIIII Sl.
Phones 3191 and 3I92
FAYETTEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
CHEVROLET CO., INC.
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
D. R. "DOC" COVINGTON
GOOD USED CARS
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
The Rexall Store
Where the College Girls Meet
HIQII SI'RINIQs, NORTH CAROLIINA
WOODS 5-IO-25c STORES, INC.
REO SIRINCS. NORTII CAROLINA.
"l"OrIl PI'UlllIl'LY Since 1912"
HEII SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
BURROUGHS CUT-RATE STORE
IIICIT SIIRINOR NORTH CAIIOLIM
S'I"XTIONI'IIlY z SANIJWICIIES
I'ANlLBl'HN'S CANDY : TOILET ARTICLES
- DRINKS -
BODENHEIMER FURNITURE CO.
Rim SI'RIwOs. NORTH CAROIIINX
THE QUALHW SHOP
Clllflllllg for the Family
l2'I S. Main SI l ITIAI, 5116
HHH SIIRINOS. NORTH CAROLINA
RI-LII SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
SUPPLY CO., INC.
The Friendly Store
Fertilizers and Cotton
Grocery -:- Market
Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
DiaI 3701 LIIIII 327I
REO SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
RHI Springs Elllleral Home
Phom- 2711 - 3711
RED Svmwus. NURTH CAROLIN.-X
RI-in Svamus. NoR'rH C-XROIINA
RUB INS MILLS
Red Springs Division
B. C. MOORE AND
pIir4Co111litio11e1l for Your
REU Svmwus. NORTH C.u:o1,1NI
NHIIYI' Fronz fIloorP Illlll S1111' fIlorr"'
YOI WILL RE PI,EASI'1II VIITII OI'R
1jl'.4l.I7'I' .IMI SERVICE
SUPPLIES, INC. '
RED SPRINGS DRUG CO
LUIVIRER : BUILDING MATERIAL 11ewjqlm,.,e,S fo,-
Floru .Il111'1lo1111I1l College .S'tz11le11ts
Run SPRINGS. NORTH CARULINA '
RED SPRINGS. NURTH C1-IRULINA
S111ex 111111 Service
RRII SPRINGS. NoR'I'H CAROLINA
EDEN'S FLOWER SHOP
"We Wire Flowers 411yI11here"
East 4th Avenue Phone 2241
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
N EIGHBORS SHOE STORE
R611 Springs E.t'c1usive
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
KENNEDY'S JEWELRY AND
Fine 177111011 Rep11iri1Ig
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
"We Serve to Serve Again"
AND REALTY COMPANY
SAFETY - SECURITY - SERVICE
Run SPRINGS. NoRTII CAROLINA
General Auto Sales, Inc.
OLDSMOBILE 111111 C.IVI.C, TRUCKS
F1111 Line of Parts
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
WESTERN AUTO STORE
Run SIfRINos. NoR'I'II CAROLINA
M. S1 S. MOTOR Co.
CHRYSLER 111111 PLYIVIOUTH CARS
Sales 1111 11 Service
RED SPRINGS, NORTII CAROLINA
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
In only u few years now you will
he eatnhlishing your own homef
Will you settle somewhere else
or eonie hawfk home?
Before you decide. he Rure to look
:rrounrl varefully at the udvau-
urges of the Curolinasethe oppor-
tunities for L1 full and profitable
life--the rhquice to live and work
in u growing and progressise area
and to help huilfl an eren Finer
Carolina in the years ahead!
Carolina Power Sz Light Company
LOUIS I. ESSEY, Ltd.
ioxirrnxx Looxx lmiissl-Ls
Jumxx snors 2 txRRoR' snnrrs
Nlraxrox. XoR'rn tIxRo1.1x I
C awrrz IJIIIIIFIIIS of
Austin-Cilhert Drug Company
The Rexull Store
MAXTON. NURTII C-XRULINX
MAXTON HARDWARE COMPANY
Hnrzlzrure - Painls and Iparrzislzes
Nlxxrox. NORTH CIROLIXA
.Ileats - Groceries K Frozen Foods
Mxxrox. NORTH CAROLINA
FURNITURE COMPANY, INC.
Box 206 Phone 258
Nhxrox. NORTH C.xRo1.lXA
"Complete Home Furnishings"
BULLARD INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire G Casualty
"We Slrire to Please"
Nlxvrox. NORTH CAROLINA.
MAXTON SUPPLY CO.
MAXTON, N. C.
Tzco Registered Druggists
Lorraine Hotel Buihling
I.L'x1BERToN. NORTH C.xRoL1x1.
Try Trailways Th ru-Liners
Same Coach-Same Seat
All the Way
Daily Thru-Liner Service from Red Springs to:
and many other cities.
Charter Trips a Specialty
Let LIS Inelp you and your group plan a trio In your
own "private" coach New air-conditioned buses
are avaliable tor special trips to any pornt III North
America Charter rates are often less than rn-
Wrile or Telephone
QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS
CHARLOTTE, N. c.
FOR GROCERY NEEDS
Shop Your Friendly
NIAXTON - REO SPRINGS - RAEFORD
Lumberton Appliance CO.
I,ImIRI5RTON. NORTH CAROLINA
INSURE WITH US
FIRE -:- AUTO -:- HAIL
PROTECTIVE AGENCY, INC.
LIJNIRERTON, NORTH CAROLINA
lgfllllllflff' To Crerzler Food Savirzgs
.Alt Your Frierzdly
3rd and Main Streets
RRI: SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
ROBESON OFFICE SUPPLIES
STATIONERS : OFFICE OUTFITTERS
IIUINIBERTON. NORTH CAROLINA
K. IVI. BIGGS, INC.
"The Friendly Family Store"
I,IIMIII:R'I'ON. NORTH CAROLINA
A. WEINSTEIN 81 SONS
7 I.IIItIRERTON. NORTH CAROLINA
SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
FREEMAN PRINTING COMPANY
"Fifty-eiglzt Years of Quality Printing
II. T. IAIXIBI-ITII. Manager
I.ImIRI:R'rON, NORTH CAROLINA
W. Lee Flowers Cv Compony
606 E. 215: Sm-er
I.L'MBER1'oN. NURTH C.xRoI.lNx
THE SCOTTISH BANK
Conzplclf' Builrling S4-rricf'
Faye-lla-x IIII- Imaul
I,m1Br:n'roN. Nolwll Cum1.lN I
JACK PAIT FURNITURE CO
Furniture - Radios - .ippliunccs
I,L'NIRIfR'I'0N. NURTII CAROLINA
S. L. ADAMS CO.
ROWLANU. NORTH CARULINA
THE LUMBERTON MUSIC STORE
I.L'x1BERToN. NoR1'H CAROLINA
Home of Baldwin Pianos and
Phone 3730 II2 Clwslnut SI.
THE BANK of ROWLAND
ROWLAND. NORTH CAROLINA
.Ilember of Federal Deposi!
RFII SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORIIY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
FAYETTEVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
IJINTIII Ill 'III IHS UI-'
QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS
154 Mclver Street P. O. Box
SAN:-nmn, NURIH CAROLINA
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FM'lfr'llfvl11.f-, Nukrn CARQLIN.-x
Rowlmvn, Noluu C,uml,lN,x
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"ln lflt' Henri uf TUf7llt'L'I7IlllIlIH
Un Ib. IIIg1Iuu1N .GUI
PHUNI 3I3h LUMH1-R'lmt, N. C
Churcoul Broiled Stcuks Scu Food
filll' L11111lw1'fn11 SINIIISUTN
Wlriling Supply Ilmllpurny
SIIQLIIOS Me-nl Shop
INlAHt:,tm:'l' I,. hltttltmutw w'YII.l,l-XM 'l'. IX'lt:lImn
THE PHOTO SHOP
REID SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA
IVIERRIIVIAC MUSIC CO.
Records Lester "Betsy Ross" Pianos
Conn Band Instruments Sheet Music
H. T. IVICDUPFIE
Phone 4047 -110 Chestnut Street
LuMBER'roN. Nokru CAROLINA
Ulzr Lunzberlon SIJOIZSINIS
Ideal Dress Shop
The HUIJHSUIIIHII. Inv.
M. H. Ivlt-I,ean. Jr.
I.JllIIlIJt'1'IOIl Trading COIIIIJHIIY. Inc.
ELOR MACDONALD COLLEGE
RED SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA
ACCREDITED SENIOR COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY
BA.. B.S.. and B.lVI. DEGREES
Flora Macdonald College has "that something." You ean't quite deserihe
it. You feel it - just as soon as you step on the campus. lt's "something"
intangible hut real. Ask any student who has lived in the elevating and
energizing atmosphere ol' the college. You will he told it's "something"
that gets into one's heart, mind, and soul -- "something" that awakens the
lmest - "something" that lays hold of the hest - "something" that hrings
out the hest. lt's "something" a student feels when studying in the library
or listening to a lecture in the classroom or playing hasketlwall in the gym
or walking through the college gardens. lt's "something" that makes a
student want to work and play and live with zest and joy and abandonment.
lt's "something" a student finds at Flora Macdonald - "something" that
lives in her and with her during her college years -A "something" which
goes with her out into life and makes her a unique person, radiant in per-
sonality, unselfishlin spirit. and successful in her career as a teacher or
nurse or pastoifs assistant or technician or secretary or wife and mother or
leader in her church and community. "That something" is the plus in
education which Flora lVlacdonald oiters you. lt's "that something" which
money cannot huy hut which no girl who has found it would exchange for
all the wealth of lndia.
lVlAHSHAI,l, SCOTT WUODSON. President
I954 WHITE HEATHEH
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Addor, Billiegene, Addor, N. C.
Anderson, Dorothy, Whiteville, N. C.
Andrews, Nancy, 300 Salisbury Ave., Spencer,
Arrington, Barbara, Rowland, N. C.
Bald. Sally, Box 474, Bamburg, S. C.
Barlow, Julene, Rt. 1, Box 211, North Wilkesboro.
Barnes, Phyllis, 106 Scott St., Union Point, Ga.
Bass, Juanita, Box 233. Lillington, N. C.
Bell, Nancy, Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C.
Bethea. Elizabeth Ann, Box 263, Latta, S. C.
Bethea, Hazel, Rt. 1, Hamer, S. C.
Bierman, Ruby. 902 E. Sixth St., Washington,
Bissett, Doris, 926 Cornelius St., Tampa, Fla.
Blalock, Jean, Box 1, Bunn Level, N. C.
Blalock, Jessie, 602 Jefferson St., Hamlet, N. C.
Bobbitt, Frances, Aberdeen, N. C.
Bolin, Shirley, 217 S. Sixth Ave., Siler City, N. C.
Boney, DeLanie, Box 93, Wallace, N. C.
Bowden, Ann, Rt. 2, Warsaw, N. C.
Bowles, Doris, Box 2, Niagara, N. C.
Brantley, Alice, 604 N. Pollock St., Selma, N. C.
Brewer, Betsy, 317 E. Main St., Jonesboro Heights,
Sanford, N. C.
Brice, Yvonne, 405 W. Colonial Ave., Elizabeth
City, N. C.
Brown, Geraldine. Rt. 2, Chadbourn, N. C.
Brown, Mary Archie, St. Pauls, N. C.
Brumbles, Yvonne Darlene. Rt. 3, Box 90, White-
ville, N. C.
Bryant, Janie Ann, Rt. 2, Box 120, Clinton. N. C.
Buck, Fay, 223 Pauline Ave., Wilmington, N. C.
Buffkin, Juanita, Rt. 2, Nichols, S. C.
Bullard, Shirley Rich, Rt. 2, Chadbourn, N. C.
Bunn, Bonnie, 112 S. George Rocky Mount.
Butler, Mildred, Rt. 1, Whiteville, N. C.
Byrd, Annie, Pine St., Elizabethtown, N. C.
Byrd, Edith Ann, Rt. 1, Hartsville, S. C.
Calhoun. Charlotte, 321 S. Fourth St., Wilming-
ton, N. C.
Callahan, Peggy, Whiteville, N. C.
Campbell, Kathryn, E. Covington St., Laurinburg,
Carter, Catherine, Rt. 1, Wilson, N. C.
Carter, Joy, 3221 Devereaux Rd., Columbia, S. C.
Carter, Peggy, Rt. 1, Wilson, N. C.
Caveness, Shirley, 1405 Canterbury Rd., Raleigh.
Cha, Young Sun, Box 669, Asheboro, N. C.
Chadwick, Shirley. Rt. 3, Fayetteville, N. C.
Clark, Patricia, 211 Second Ave., Daytona Beach.
Cockwell, Barbara, Rt. 4 Box 99, Rocky Mount.-
Codas, Cleo, 409 Young St., Henderson, N. C.
Coleman, Mary Sue. Biltmore Farms, Asheville.
Corbett. Shirley Mae, Atkinson, N. C.
Correll, Blanche Bonner, 306 W. Church St..
Laurinburg, N. C.
Cox, Shirley, 505 Silver St.. Reidsville, N. C.
Cromartie, Mrs. Adelaide Boger, Box 507 St.
Pauls, N. C.
Davis, Eva Gray, Rt. 1, Box 294-C, Hamlet, N. C.
Davis, Marjorie, Rt. 7, Fayetteville, N. C.
Davis, Saradee, Rt. 3, Quincy, Fla.
Dedas, Mrs. Mildred Sanders, Rt. 1, Raeford, N. C.
Dew, Grace, Box 83, Delco, N. C.
Dorman, Nan, Red Springs, N. C.
Douglas, Mozelle Marie, Rt. 1, Sanford, N. C.
Drumheller, Mildred Russell, Rt. 1, Waynesboro,
Drummond, Jo Ann, 408 New St., Graham, N. C.
Dudley, Sarah McKinnonway, Concord, N. C.
Dunn, Doris, Rt. 4, Box 200, Charlotte 8, N. C.
Edwards, Barbara Jean, Church St., Laurel Hill,
ElliIs,CRachel, 5 Pinecrest Terrace, Wilmington
Farmer, Patricia, West End, N. C.
Ferguson, June Beatrice, Armstrong Circle, Gas-
tonia, N. C.
Fitzgerald, Shirley, Rt. 1, Waynesboro, Va.
Fleming. Lucy, Mebane, N. C.
Fleshman, Betsy Ross, Rt. 1, Brookneal, Va.
Flcgfd, Sara Margaret, Rt. 2, Box 225, Fairmont
Gallop, Nancy, 305 Church St., Wilmington, N. C
Gamble. Nancy Patricia, Box 584, Warrenton
Garner, Ruth Ann, Rt. 1, Box 87, Hope Mills, N. C
Gibbs, Julia, Rt. 3, Easley, S. C.
Gilliland, Betty Jean, Rt. 1. Rocky Mount, N. C
Goodlett, Carolyn June, Parkton, N. C.
Goodman, Caroline, Churchville, Va.
Gore, Betty Jo, Shallotte, N. C.
Graham, Betsy, Rt. 3, Box 387, Fayetteville, N. C
Graham, Lucille, Olivia, N. C.
Graham, Peggy Ann. Wananish, N. C.
Grizzard. Lois Jean, Courtland, Va.
Hale, Mary, 103 N. 15 St., Wilmington, N. C.
Hall, Ann Herring, Rose Hill. N. C.
Hall. Mrs. James E.. Jr., Box 235, Parkton, N. C
Hamilton, Betty, 2502 Hayes St., Alexandria, Va
Hamilton, Dorothy, Box 1374 Wythe, Hampton
Harlow, Barbara, Rt. 2, Box 250, Orange, Va.
Harris, Margaret Everett, 1306 B. St., Durham
Hatcher, Betty Joe, Rt. 1, Garner, N. C.
Haynes, Rebekah Hoyte, 1218 S. Church St., Bur-
lington, N. C.
Hester, Joan Marie, Wendell, N. C.
Hill, Letty, 1715 Plaza, Charlotte, N. C.
Hinds, Sybil, 809 S. Third St., Lumberton, N. C
Honeycutt, Jessie Ruth, Rt. 3, Wadesboro, N. C
Houck, Betty, Rt. 2, Rowland, N. C.
Howard, Ellen, Rt. 1, Willow Springs, N. C.
Hudgins, Mrs. Thomas, 308 W. 17th St., Lumber-
ton, N. C.
Hudson, Elise, Box 60, Clinton, S. C.
lngold, Jean Keeter, 2007 Harles St., Fayetteville
Ingram, Elsie Faye, Gibson, N. C.
Ingram, Sara Rebecca, Box 226, Parkton, N. C.
Ivey, Joyce Lea, Fisher Park, Fairmont, N. C.
Jarrett, June, Box 120C, Rt. 3, Kannapolis, N. C
Jenkins, Faye, Rt. 3, Union, S. C.
Jernigan, Mickie, 117 Walnut St., Fairmont, N. C
John, Mrs. Joan Hardesty, Shannon, N. C.
Johnson, Elizabeth Carolyn, 1016 Goldsboro Ave.,
Sanford, N. C.
Johnson, Jean, Mebane, N. C.
Jones, Carol Elizabeth, 117 Queen St., Beaufort.
Jones, Elizabeth Ann, Rt. 7. Fayetteville, N. C.
Jones, Jean Eloise, 2909 Market St., Wilmington,
Jones, Lula, 326 Covington St., Laurinburg, N. C.
Jones, Marlene, Grassy Creek, N. C.
Kearns, Shirley Ann, 1031 W. Salisbury St., Ashe-
boro, N. C.
Kelly, Norma, 2416 Shenandoah Ave., Charlotte.
Kiger, Shirley Ann, Rt. 1, Rural Hall, N. C.
Kittrell, Carol, Rt. 2, Sanford, N. C.
Lamb, Betty Lou, 112 N. 42nd St., Wilmington.
Lambert, Lucia Ricardo, Rt. 4, Albemarle, N. C.
Lambert, Mrs. Max. L., 1826 Charlotte Rd., Albe-
marle, N. C.
Lee, Naomi, 509 Market St., Wilmington, N. C.
Leggett, Phyllis, 814 S, Church St., Rocky Mount,
Lemons, Shirley. Rt. 2, Red Springs, N. C.
Lennon, Nell, Bladenboro, N. C.
Lewis, Margaret, Rt. 2, Fairmont, N. C.
Lewis, Mrs. Patricia McNeill, Box 186, Parkton,
Liles, Clara Mae. Garland, N. C.
Lipscomb, Anne Elizabeth, Rt. 2, Angier, N. C.
Little, Mary Hagood, Pollocksville, N. C.
Littlewood, Mary Sue, Sturgills, N. C.
Long, Carolyn, Box 14, Clarkton, N. C.
Lovett, Martha Sara, Rt. 4, Lake City, S. C.
Maness, Helen Frances, Indian Trail, N. C.
Markham, Agnes, 1405 Myrtle Ave., Greenville,
Martin, Mary Jane, 1214 Richardson Rd., Reids-
ville, N. C.
Marshall, Anna Jean, Englehard, N. C.
Matthews, Dorothy Ann, Rt. 2, Lillington, N. C.
Matze, Mary Ruth, 1229 Fenton St., South Boston,
Mays, Jo Ann, Box 304, Taylorsville, N. C.
McAuley, Harriet, Statesville, N. C.
McCain, Gladys, Waxhaw, N. C.
McCracken, Mary, 2507 Miller Park Cr., Winston-
Salem, N. C.
Mcilllonald, Mrs. Betty Lou Davis, Red Springs.
McDonald, Mr. Gaddis Marion, Box 472, Hope
Mills, N. C.
McElroy, Mae, Box 407, Quitman, Ga.
Mcigligt, Anne, 110 Caledonia Rd., Laurinburg,
McGuire, Betty, Box 52, Algonquin, Ill.
Mclnnis, Lillian, Rt. 1, Ellerbe, N. C.
McIntosh, Elizabeth, 125 Oakridge Ave., Fayette-
ville, N. C.
McKellar, Ann, Rt. 2, Maxton, N. C.
McKenzie, Carolyn, Rt. 1, Shannon, N. C.
McLean, Mary, Raeford, N. C.
McLean, Sara Mclntyre, Rowland, N. C.
McLeod, Sarah Margaret, Rt. 3, Carthage, N. C.
McMillan, Joanne, Rt. 5, Box 100, Greensboro.
McNeill, Ella Ruth, Box 295, Aberdeen, N. C.
McNeill, Jeannette, Laurel Hill, N. C.
McNeill, Katherine, Aberdeen Rd., Laurinburg,
McNeill, Marjorie, Rt. 1, Broadway, N. C.
McNeill, Patricia, Lumberton, N. C.
McNett, Linda, Radnor, Pa.
Medlin, Anne, Mebane, N. C.
Melvin, Patricia Ann, Jackson Springs, N. C.
Middleton, Catherine Evans, 140 Aberdeen Rd.,
Laurinburg, N. C.
Miller, Jean, Chadbourn, N, C.
Milligan, Audrey, Shallotte, N. C.
Mize, Mary Ella, 15 Pine St., Commerce, Ga.
Moore, Rosa Mae, Rt. 2, Battleboro, N. C.
Morris, Jean, Rt. 1, Maxton, N. C.
Morrison, Martha Ann, Rowland, N. C.
Mc-zingo, Doris, Bowden, N. C.
Munroe, Sally Ann, Clarkton, N. C.
Musselwhite, Carolyn, Rt. 1, Lumberton, N. C.
Murchison, Kathleen, 150 N. Union St., Concord,
Naugle, Julia, 408 N. Main St., Blackstone, Va.
Nelson, Frances, Olivia, N. C.
Nelson, Mary Louise, Horsepen, Va.
Nethercutt, Lou Ann, Beulaville, N. C.
Nicholson, Kathryn, Mt. Gilead, N. C.
Oliver, Kittye, 704 Crescent Dr., Reidsville. N. C.
Owen, Sue, Cluster Springs, Va.
Ozlin, Margaret Andrews, 145 Walker St., Chase
Parker, Retta, Box 46. Pollocksville, N. C.
Phillips, Hilda, 504 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mount,
Pierce, Mary Elizabeth, Methodist Church, Roa-
noke Rapids, Va.
Pittard, Norma, Warrenton, N. C.
Powell, Patricia Ann, 608 Main St., South Boston,
Price, Betty Joel, Lilesville, N, C.
Powers, Allene, Lansing, N. C.
Ray, Katherine, Newland, N. C.
Rhodes, Neta Rose, Proctorville, N. C.
Ribet, Julia Lee, Box 205, Valdese, N. C.
Rice, Shirley Gay, Rt. 3, Lumberton, N. C.
Richardson, Betty Jo, Rt. 3, Laurinburg, N. C.
Richardson, Lucy Annie, Rt. 4, Box 7-A, White-
ville, N. C.
Ritter, Patricia, Rt. 2, Raeford, N. C.
Robinson, Carolyn, Rt. 3, Union Rd., Gastonia,
Robinson, Elizabeth, Burgaw, N. C.
Rogan, Hazel Lulu, Greeleyville, S. C.
Rouse, Shelby Jean, Rt. 3. Snow Hill, N. C.
Rudd, Betty Frances, 416 S. Fourth St., Mebane.
Sanders, Sara, 22 Henderson St.. Badin, N. C.
Sellers, Marie, Rt. 4, Box 1-A, Whiteville, N. C.
Sessoms, Jean McLean, 109 N. Broad St., Suffffolk,
Shannon, Edna Earl. Rt. 4, Gastonia, N. C.
Shaw, Frances, Lumber Bridge, N. C.
Sheets, Jane, 939 W. Beverley St., Staunton, Va.
Simpson, Gale, Rt. 1, Shannon, N. C.
Sinclair, Jane, Raeford, N. C.
Smith, Donna, 1007 Trogdon St,, North Wilkes-
boro, N. C.
Spivey, Betty Ruth, Rt. 2, Box 56, Fairmont, N. C.
Spillman, Mildred, 1716 Chestnut St., Wilming-
ton, N. C.
Stanford, Elmira, 375 W. Vine St., Bartow, Fla.
Stephens, Barbara Ann, 407 E. Roosevelt St.
Dillon, S. C.
Steppe, Jean, Barium Springs, N. C.
Steppe, Martha Virginia, 50 Oak St., Marion
Stickley, Joan, 406 W. King St., Strasburg, Va.
Stikeleather, Nancy, Rt. 7, Box 361, Statesville
Stone, Delores, Laurel Hill, N. C.
Suggs, Mrs. Billie Dutton, Box 151, Chadbourn
Taylor, Evelyn, Rt. 3, Box 177, Kannapolis, N. C
Tedder, Lois, Chadbourn, N. C.
Teer, Patsy, Box 284, Hillsboro, N. C.
Thigpen, Joyce, Rt. 4, Mount Olive, N. C.
Thomas, Helma Jean, Harleyville 23, Lumberton
Thomas, Sara Frances, 211 S. Wilson Ave., Dunn
Thompson, Florene, 105 E. Webster St., White-
ville, N. C.
Thompson, Mary Willie, Yanceyville, N. C.
Thompson, Norma Jean, Glade Valley, N. C.
Thornton, Shirley, Rt. 6. Box 425, Reidsville, N. C
Tucker Mar Lisle McKenne Va
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Turner, Betty Jean, 2100 Beverly Drive, Char-
lotte, N. C.
Turner, Marianne Frost, Mayesville, S. C.
Tyner, Elvira Jane, Rt. 4, Box 381, Greenville,
Vesper, Alice, 1510 Ashford Ave., Fayetteville,
Wallace, Carol, Rowland, N. C.
Warren, Sue, Pineland College, Salemburg, N. C.
Webb, Ann Elizabeth, Rt. 3, Wadesboro, N. C.
Weeks, Jean, Rt. 1, Godwin, N. C.
West, Ella Mae, Box 254, Warsaw, N. C.
White, Martha, 1412 N. Harrill St., Charlotte,
Wilds, Lucile, 615 Wildwood Ave., Columbia,
Williams, Aletha, Rt. 1, Angelus, S. C.
Williams, Isola Rebecca, 783 N. W. 39th St.,
Williams, Mary Sue, Rt. 1, Godwin, N. C.
Williamson, Anita, 609 S. Pine St., Rocky Mount,
Willis, Shirley, 2312 Fisher St., Morehead City,
Wingo, Barbara, Jetersville, Va.
Womeldorf, Emojeane, Lexington, Va.
Womble, Lottie Raynor, Wagram, N. C.
Wood, Jane Alice, Draper, Va.
Worrell, Geraldine, 810 Sunset Ave., Rocky
Mount, N. C.
Yeargin, Patterson, 436 Hansell St., Thomasville,
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