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

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Av- '1' 77 I - ' 1fUH44HflMka0'f1K4iffi' 2li I FLORA MACDONALD COLLEGE Established 1896 Flora Nlardnnalfl College Presents . . E Iiuilrling . . . Before the ivy-covered walls We pause refiectingly, And gaze with dreamy eyes of youth At wondrous things to be The artist's vision of our school Becomes our vision too: We watch the rnetamorphosis: The old becomes the new. ,av fa i Wovzwmsz V Envisioning the building of a Our building is made strong by Christ Future F. M. C., Who is the cornerstone: We hopefully await the day A firm foundation we have laid, Of its reality, In many ways weve grown. At present we will build our part Cernented in our fellowship, To bring that day quite near, Together we would be And we can see construction in The builders of a better world, Our life at school this year. A future F. M. C. 4'- QL. 211 J.l'1.l3i1f-xfiil. LNB "1 UNA EN1xN'SE,V23wATLCniTEQTca :u.w.bo11'a.w.c. Defliration . Because he builds our college life By doing his own part, Because he guides and teaches with Our interests at his heart, 5 Because he often goes beyond the call Of duty here, And lends an ever-helping hand, A sympathizing ear, The 1955 WHITE HEATHER We now dedicate To Mr. Rodger W. Decker, w ' We all appreciate, A group of high school students are profitably engaged in a period of testing and counseling offered by the Guidance Center, directed by Mr. Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Decker enjoy an in-between-class break in his office. Back at F, M. C. for further study. Mrs. Decker is the former Ginnie Buhler. r at "a15?"" fl '.'-f' 'I ' ' 'N ,, ' '7'- ' ,la 3 . hom ,,Xff 'fy .xx.,1' ,X - -V N. 4, x,' 1? 5 If-1 ff- Qx: 'k'J xx .X ,,'i' 3, 1' 1 XX4., Y I in A 'ff ,f - ' hh' ' f-' .x 1 . , J . f f" uf YQ, ,,-I Q TSP s f ' K 1 +2 Hollger W. Ilerlwr 1 lIil 1ff1fAZAJ Illllilli tration fy 7- 07' v,- -7.,'pff-7yury . , . 4, ,W 5 These are the builders of our minds, These men and women who Make possible our learning at This college fine and true. We see them in the classrooms, where With them we think and work We view them in the offices, Where duty they wan't shirk. ln friendly chats at the past office We see them at their ease, Wednesday morning coffee-time- In glimpses such as these. Each one contributes differently, Yet they together build Our minds to be with knowledge, care, And understanding filled. -as-.!g,, i www- DR, CHARLES G. VARDELL President Emeritus An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man. ,,.. " DR. MARSHALL SCOTT Woonsoiv fp I IIE' 'Q GWYNN AlIllliIIiSfl'ilfi x Q Ilffirers IWARSHALL SCOTT XVOODSON, B.A.. B.D.. MA.. Th.D.. LL.D. President PRICE H. GWYNN. JR.. B.A.. B.D., MA.. Ph.D. Dean of the College SADIE NICBRAYER BICCAIN. B.S. Dean of Students CHARLES GILDERSLEEVE VARDELL. B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D. Dean of Conservatory H.AZEL MORRISON. BA. Dean of Admissions and Registrar E. GLENN OVERTON. B.A.. MA. Business Manager he Ihliltler' of Uur intl. I! . N , N ,arg - is . L gs' , ir- INICCAIN VYARDELL RIORRISON OVERTON 11 X .fff Jil' -'f' 1 ' , ,, 771' 7 ' Tl 19 G Bateman ir- ' Bowen Bryant Bullock Cherry' Conoly Currie Decker Hawsc LeVescontc Meesc Muellel . bf MOFFISOII '--H I -. . -. GZ- A ,. :Ev f f' 'P 9 Mclntyrc McPhaL1l ETHEL BATEMAN. BA., M.A., Director of Physical Education and Assistant to Dean of Students MARGARET BOWEN. B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Bible JOYCE M. BRYANT. BS. in Ed., M.M. Ed., Assistant Professor of Music Education and Voice PHILIP LESLIE BULLOCK. B.A., B.D., Th.M.. Th.D., Professor of Bible ANNIE M. CHERRY. BA.. M.A., Assistant Professor of Education MARX' M. CONOLY. BA.. BS.. MA.. Professor of Edu- cation ELIZABETH C. CURRIE. BS., Assistant Professor of Home Economics RODGER W. DECKER. AB., M.A., Guidance Director and Assistant Professor of Psychology YES 0- ETHEL B. HANSEN. B.A.. M.A., Sc.D., Professor of Biology DORIS H. HAWSE. BA., M.A., Assistant Professor of Biology AMY LEVESCONTE. B.A., MS., Ph.D,, Professor of Chemistry DAVID NIEESE. B.M., M.M.. Professor of Theory HARRIET N. MORRISON. B.A.. M.A., Professor of Latin JOHN S. MUELLER, B.M.. M.M.. Assistant Professor of Organ LETA W. MCINTYRE. B.S,, M.Ed., Associate Professor of Business Subjects ELIZABETH C, MCPHAUL. B.A.. Assistant Professor of Bible ze-- X- I 'Facult GENEVIEVE M, NEIGHBORS. BA.. MA.. Assistant Pro- fessor Of Edzica'iOn and Social Science FLORA M, PERRY. BA.. B.S.L.S.. Librarian XVILLL-XXI F. REAG.-XX. BA.. M..-X., Assistant Professor of French CAROL ROBERTSOX. BA.. MA.. Professor of History ELEANOR B. SCOTT, BA., MA.. Ph.D.. Professor of English JOHN SIXCLAIR. HM.. M.M.. Assistant Professor of Piano LAWRENCE M. SKINNER. B.S., BM.. MA.. Assistant Professor of Voice ELLIE M. SOWDER. BAN MA., of Mathematics ELIZABETH STENHOYSE. Btisintsss Subjects DAVID T.-XTERI. BA.. M of English LESLIE M. YENTERS. B. ness Education CHARLOTTE WOM BLE. B Economics BL.. As A.. BS.. S.. MA.. A.. MS.. Associate Professor sistant Professor of Assistant Professor Instructor in Busi- Professor of Home THOMAS E. WRIGHT. BA.. MA., Professor of French and Spanish ,QQ ' 'W All Neighbors Perry Reagan Robertson Scott Sinclalr Skinner Sowder Stenhuuse Tatem Vcnters Womble Wright 1 xt' - f. A I1 3 if vxh, 1 jf-pin! In-,SH S i - Q "YL . ul' as l Q I GJ gg ' Wm Q , N- V - -N -1 ff: , I k'w'Y,UI'Y f"vf'fx'f""'y':' 7L'.,fT-TT555'-fGf255f51'-W+3-19-vvy-Situ'--vo-nvfnn-vvn1qlv.cuf- ln ig' ., Q f" .YA--""?v flminiftrati Q Staff NAN H, BULLOCK, B.L.. Alumnae Secretary and Publicity Director DORIS CAIN. Secretary. Office of the President VIRGINIA CONNOR. R.N.. Resident Nurse ELIZABETH SYKES DEAREN. Manager of Laundry HELEN T. DORROI-I. Supervisor of Dorinitories BARBARA H:XRLOXX', Secretary. Ojice of the Bursar C. T. JOHNSON. MD.. Physician G. C. LANG. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds BROVVN BIORRISON. BL.. Bursar NIARGUERITE NICCQUEEN. Assislant Librarian MARY JEVVEL SHORT. Secretary. Ofhce of Dean of . . F lt FRANCES TRAVER DUDLEY. B.A., Field Representative acu y ANNIE WILLIABIS. Secretary. Office of Dean of Arl- lNIARTHA L. GAAIBILL. Dietitian missions Bullock Cain Connor Dorroh Gambill Harlow Lang Morrison Short Williams 9? N--L .1 - vllmlfamzmflf .,, W T ., f 1 I 'lil f I ' I 7' "7"""' 7"'VW 1 Lak L This past year has meant much building ln our Classes four, Yet varied were the burdens of Construction that we bore. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors- All Classes had their own Specific areas-new to them- Which they must build alone Yet under new construction lay Our progress in the Past, A strengthening foundation to Help hold our efforts fast. So we with hope could build our part, Forgetting all our fears, And look with confidence and joy To all the unknown years. y11 i " i HV Fre 'Inman Glas' . . . 1957 Top: Freshmen gather to sing away that homesick feeling A brief but pleasant surprise: Adlai Stevensorfs visit fsometimes it works the other way, thoughl. Bottom: Rat to our campus. Day, that Freshman nightmare, mg Q. '73 Q Looking over blueprints a Glas BETSY AUTEN President HAZEL MCLEAN Vice-President The Freshmen gazed at blueprints there, But all they saw was "green They tried to plan their school career- To have their future seen, But the blueprints were so jumbled, and This college life so strange, They wondered if the years ahead They ever might arrange. 'be P? .- v ,., '?isp--. .1-"" . re McLean, Stuckey, Auten and Wells. s Officers MARIAN STUCKEY Secretary MARY ALICE WELLS Treasiirer With registration, orientation, U, , . "Rush" week, being "Rats,' They soon were simply tuckered out- And how they hated "Cats But the Freshmen gathered courage, and A bit of grit and grin, So with these tools to help them build, They won and yet will win, 19 Pre hman Ammons, George Thomas Red Springs, N. C, Q ll W Z' t.. g Atchley, Betty Jane l ' ' Rutherfordton N, C Q, Q t. , . L '... V K' S- Austin, Carolyn Ellis W' Hamlet, N. C. Auten, Elizabeth Rowe Richmond, Va. N Q 54 1' , Barrow, Miriam Alice 4 ' 1 Lucama, N. C. ' ,Q ' Q, Lf WR f Beam, Georgia Anne - X ' tk 5 Q tv Cherryville, N. C. P " ' '..,g",' Bender, Thelma Vine X!-5 Pollocksville, N. C. E' Bennett, Fre-dna Yvonne Clinton, S. C. Qs-v 8.1 5-N tf f Tv g- 'CT' 5 fx K? 5' :A 2. E 5 5,- 'Ox . JL' IB. 20 Blakley, Cora Rockingham, Susan N. C. Broadway, Mary Elaine Liberty, N. C. Brown. Judith Fort Mill, S. Givens C. Calhoun, Elizabeth McNair Lavras, Minas, Brazil Cameron, Thelma Lillington, N. C. Campbell, Shirley Faye Fair Bluff, N. C. Carapetian, Helen Teheran, Iran Choi, Un Hi Seoul, Korea Carson, Martha Jane Commerce, Ga. Coffey, Edith Doris Bryson City, N. C, Collins, Mary Ernestine Monroe, N. C. Cox, Macel Tabor City, N. C. Cullum, Barbara Harriett Darlington, S. C. Currie, Dorothy Cornelia Shannon, N. C. Da ugherty, Effie Jean Red Springs, N. C. Davis, Shirley Lee Hampton, Va. 'Adi' f -nnwrr 3' J 'va-vwv fr. 'rv'-vf.-,frgvuv --v-,,,,,p.....-vq..,.g,..,.,,. ,,, Class i 1 i i i Dawson. Sarah Jessup Fort Bragg. N. C. Eller. Barbara Ann Fayetteville. N. C. Evans, Shirley Winston-Salem. N. C. Flowers. Helen Eugenia Charlotte. N. C. Flowers. Shirley May Dee Society Hill. S. C. Foyles. Ruby Gail La Grange. N. C. Garrou. Gwendolyn Ann Valdese. N. C. Gilchrist. Doris Gertrude Lillington. N. C. Godwin. Mattie Ruth Dunn. N. C. Goodman, Sarah Lee Churchville. Va. Grady. Jo Ann Albertson. N. C. Graham. Faye Marie Olivia. N. C, Hamer. Agnes Sechrist Charlotte. N. C. Hardesty. Jessie Blue Shannon. N. C. Hardin. Margaret Jeannette Orrum. N. C. Harrison. Alma Alese Lexington. Va. Huggins, Betty Jane Red Springs. N. C. Hurst, Stella Emma Sumter. S. C. Ivey. Mollie Jean Orrum. N. C. Jackson. Ann McLean Lillington, N. C. Jackson. Betty Jean Rowland. N. C. Jones, Peggy Ann Wilmington. N. C. King. Mary Hester Wilmington. N. C. Kornegay. Peggy Ann Warsaw. N. C. Ni. 5 T7 Q- C Su sa if-' xte- :V- T' 'ST' R. ? 0. 3- is Q.. -f 4, vi 'Gai 5- 5, '5 '25 "5 C :L 'Y 1 . 952: as FNS. A X A Y os. is r 'vw 2 5, Mer bs xx 2 65' .-5 Fre hman Manos, Christine Rebecca Fayetteville. N, C. Meeks, Catherine Anne Leland, N. C. Merritt, Mary Helen Red Springs, Moody, Carolyn Laurel Hill, Moore, Evelyn Wingate, N, N. C. 1 Joann N. C. Aveleane C. Morrison, Vivian Marie Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada McDonald, Betsy Jane Fayetteville, McGirt, Peggy N. C. Ruth Laurinburg, N. C. McKinnon, Sue Cumberland, McLean, Hazel Allen N. C. Raye Raeford, N, C. McLean, Mary Ruth Laurel Hill, N. C. McLellan, Peggy Lou Orrum, N. C. McLeod, Jane McCallum Carthage, N. C, McPhail, Peggy Ann Wade, N. C. Newcomer. Carolyn Rose Atlanta, Ga. Nurnberger. Ju Red Springs, Overton, Nancy Charlotte, N. anita N. C. C. Pamplin, Margaret M. Clio. S. C. Parker, Rebecca Jean Wadesboro, N. C. Peacock, Patric Kenly, N. C. ia Irene Peters. Cloe Marie Nebo, N. C. Potter. Catherine Marie Wilmington, Powers, Clara N. C. Whiteville, N. C. Quinn. Jean Matthis Kenansville, N. C. Ray, Joann Swanson Loris. S. C. Rogers, Anne Victoria Mullins, S. C. Ross. Mary Frances Duncan Marion, N. C. Russell, Marie Elizabeth Hickory, N. C. ' "1 " r 2' ' muh -' I' ' '-'ZIP- .-...-L f,-' af- v---Jn-viva-nu. tbl 1 1 Shelburne, Frank A. Red Springs. N. C. Shelton, Alice Carrbnrn, N. C. Smith. Georgia Ann Wallace, N C. Suutherlancl, Shelby Jean Albertson, N. C. Speight, Alice Rachel Winterville, N. C, Springs. Myra Reidsville, N. C. Stalvey. Joyce Juanita Asheboro, N. C. Stephens, Jane Pope Lumberton, N. C. Stuckey, Marian Douglas Nesmith, S. C. Stuckey, Mary Kimball Nesmith, S. C. Sweet, Sandra Summerville, S. C. Tarrant, Oma Clara Ann Fayetteville, N. C. Taylor, Rebecca Lou Henderson, N. C. Thom pson, Willie Margaret Blanche, N. C. Tolar, Betty Brown Lumberton, N. C. Topping, Ruth Evelyn Greenville, N. C. Tucker. Peggy Ann Stanfield, N. C. Way, Mary Jean Liberty, N. C. Wells, Mary Alice Teachey, N. C. West, Cynthia Collins Conway, S. C. West. Jean Stuart Fayetteville, N. C. Williams, Doris June Lumberton, N. C. Williams. Elise Rocky Mount. N. C. Williams, Emily Rose Lumberton, N. C. Wingate, Barbara Ann Charlotte, N. C. Wortman. Rebecca Ruth Acme, N. C. :tar Jlblifllllg of vnic OA Q Making, Christmas corsages to sell. Favorite pastime. 'Q A t 0 V X t N! W opllolnore u Class V Down go the pins. ,- -n QC Investigating the materials of construction are Johnson. Turner, Wood, and Gibbs, I I 1 I 'I W UF f ' ' 1 OSS llE'l S ANNE TURNER JANE XVOOD President Secretary C.-XROLYN JOHNSON JULIA GIBBS Vice-President Treasurer The Sophomores greeted classmates all While grasping logs of learning, they With screams of recognition. Endured their fingers slit And. after being cruel "Cats," By a splinter known endearingly They focused on their ambition: To all as Sophomore Lit. To finish their foundation of But somehow they survived to give The many courses required. The Freshman-Sophomore dance But such construction was gruelling. And soon the Sophs to the places high And frequently they tired. Of Juniors will advance, 25 J , f Q " , fn- if ' L. Q , 5.7 P' N 'T' H 'WZ-lf v ' , 1 if ! fl! ' - -1 , L 4 R gg R' x h X 5 9 6 - 3 . H' i -x 5 . ,,,,,, jj' Hg... bi ' . X ,.:x r i k-,XXQJ . if 3 .. , S b I be S ' X U . -N his . ' It iff: ' 5-Nga. - ll I, 'X - -Cc" x 'I ... .f 13' ' x, ", y I V I? V . If 1 F Q. es W, 'K 1- es: L . it ,J ww im Q . f IK 6 Y' B 5' sr 6' . Y ' -. I sf I I r , ! Ndfk' . I' 1 .3 IL.. L ophomore Arrington, Barbara Louise Rowland, N. C. Bell, Nancy Jean Clinton, S. C. Bissett, Doris Tampa, Florida Blalock, Jean Marsh Bunn Level, N. C. Brewer, Lillie Betsy Sanford, N. C. Brumbles, Yvonne Darlene Whiteville, N. C. Bryant, Janie Ann Clinton, N. C. Bullard, Shirley Rich Chadbourn, N. C. Byrd, Edith Ann Hartsville, S, C. Cha, Young Sun Asheboro, N. C. Chadwick, Shirley Gray Fayetteville, N. C. Durham, Katie Ruth Kannapolis, N. C. Ferguson, June Beatrice Gastonia, N, C, Fleshman, Betsy Ross Brookneal, Va. Gibbs, Julia Clayton, Ga. Graham, Peggy Ann Wananish, N. C. Grizzard, Lois Jean Courtland, Va. Hall, Ann Herring Rose Hill, N, C. Harris, Margaret Everett Durham, N. C. Haynes, Rebekah Hoyte Burlington, N, C. Hedrick, Barbara Winston-Salem, N. C. Ivey, Joyce Lea Fairmont, N. C. Johnson, Elizabeth Carolyn Fayetteville, N. C. Johnson, Marlene Burlington, N. C. J IIS. Jones, Carol Elizabeth Beaufort, N. C. Jones. Jean Eloise Wilmington, N. C. Kearns, Shirley Marie Asheboro, N. C. Kiger, Shirley Ann Rural Hall. N. C. Lambert. Lucia Ricardo Albemarle. N. C. Lewis. Myra Phyllis Fairmont, N. C. Lipscomb, Anne Eliza Angier, N. C. lllaness. Helen Frances Indian Trail, N. C. Melvin. Patricia Ann Jackson Springs. N. C. Moore. Rosa Mae Battleboro. N. C. McDonald. Gaddis Marion Hope lllills. N. C. Mclllillan, Joanne Greensboro, C. Nethercutt, Lou Ann Beulaville, N. C. Owen, Sue Washington Cluster Springs, Va. Pittard, Norma Blanche Warrenton, N. C. Powell, Patricia Anne South Boston. Va. Ribet, Julia Lee Valdese, N. C. Richardson, Lucy Annie Whiteville, N. C. Rogan. Hazel Lulu Greeleyville, S. C. Rouse. Shelby Jean Snow Hill, N. C. Sessoms. Jean McLean Suffolk. Va. Shannon. Edna Earl Gastonia, N. C. Sheets, Jane Wallace Staunton, Va. Steppe. Martha Virginia Marion, N. C. 'ia S- A rv Fr fx S- ? f 1 J S? s Q Q5 C x '- -'S x bl A I 2 1, 3- 51 f, ,fr .A eu. - - ,, v I. 4 Y r alta P 1 I 4 I Ci 4. X 75 6' 1 I nil' ' ,. . , A5 I i I li , 4 5 -gf wr ' av- 5' 'I S X . i -, 8.1 . I., r 4 ,. : la N 1 fog .-.r-i-Lf.: I., . xx X ' i X ll ' SUIJIIOIIIUPQ Class 1 1 Si X - X . g t i f 'If A l 'iii rg Q V J I, 1 C in , 'Q . I S x. ff YQ? 1 if f If l fl' ,J "' 1 ,' 28 Stickley, Joan Linda Strasburg. Va. Thompson, Mary Willie Yanceyville, N. C. Turner, Betty Jean Charlotte, N. C. Turner, Marianne Frost Mayesville, S, C. Tyner, Elvira Jane Greenville, S. C. Webb, Ann Elizabeth Wadesboro, N, C, West, Ella Mae Warsaw. N. C. Williams, Aletha Jane Angelus, S. C. Williams, Frances Ann Emporia, Va. Williams, Isola Rebecca Miami, Florida Wood, Jane Alice Draper, Va. Yea rgin, Louise Patterson Thomasville, Ga. feeond Year Ilu 'ine S., The Second Year Business students b Their share at F.3l.C. With "debits and credits" their mind Typing, stenography. This two-year course prepares them f Hurried business world, When their well-learned efficiency is Dramatically unfurled. Homtycutt. Jessie Ruth Wadesboro. N. C Lovett. Martha Sara Cades. S. C. Rudd. Betty Frances Mebane. N. C. In business oiiices they served With capability And entered into school life fun With much vitality. Then wearing suits of spotless white On graduation day. The girls received certificates. Their efforts to repay. Practical experience for these capable working girls. val 1 l 9 'H il I Na. I The year was bright with the Hash of class rings and pins . And busy with the learning Of the Highland Fling, Junior "Th "Attention all halls .... " W e tea Class :J I. 5 ivf ,, , -Q. ff' Viewing the progress of a small dream are Naugle, Shaw, Goodman. Bunn, Farmer, and Ritter Class Ufficers FRANCES SHAW President PAT RITTER Vice-President CAROLINE GOODMAN Secretary The Juniors built a structure on The foundation they had laid, Unfinished is their labor, but Much progress they have made. A feeling of importance filled The girls in this class, for The titles of "Big Sisters." "Upper Classmenu they now bore. JULIA NA UGLE Treasurer BONNIE BUNN Tea Room Manager PAT FARMER Assistant Tea Room Manager But still much work and parallel Reports they had to yield, Although it was presented in Their chosen major field. The new class ring, the Highland Fling, Top floor in Going-Up Day All gave them pride and told them their Last year was on its way. DAVIS, FRANCES BOBRITT First row, left to right: BALD. SARAH CAROLYN Bamberg, S. C. BALLANCE. MARY F. St. Pauls, N. C. BETHEA, HAZEL LARUE Hamer, S. C. BIBERSTEIN. ELIZABETH Burgaw, N. C. BROWN. MARY ARCHIE St. Pauls, N. C. BUCK, HELEN FAYE Wilmington, N. C. BROOKS junior Glass Second row: BUNN, BONNIE MAE Rocky Mount, N. C. CARTER, CATHERINE VIRGINIA Wilson, N. C. CLARK, PATRICIA LOUISE Daytona Beach, Florida COCKRELL, BARBARA ANN Rocky Mount, N. C, DAVIS, EVA GRAY Hamlet, N. C. Third row: DRUIVII-IELLER. MILDRED Waynesboro, Va. FARMER, PATRICIA ANN West End, N. C. FUSSELL, GWENDOLYN Rose Hill, N. C. GOODNIAN, CAROLINE VIRGINIA Churchville, Va. GRAHAM, BETSY CAROLYN Fayetteville, N. C. HAMER, JEAN MCLUCAS Clio, S. C. Red Springs, N. C. Fourth row: HATCHER, BETTY Jo Garner, N. C. HUDSON, ELISE Clinton, S. C. JARRETT. JUNE CAROL Kannapolis, N. C. LEWIS. PATRICIA MCNEILL Parkton, N. C. MATZE, MARY RUTH South Boston, Va. MEDLIN, ELIZABETH ANN Mebane, N. C. W - - 'V- 'f .1 4: 2 ' T l Ax AA Q 4'-57 V? 3- if F' 25 Q E4 5 Ll 4K AK lg AL A ' Q- 1 F".- fff . E '7' df ' YQ of L l ai AL K K 1 ' X413 AA ALAL AL KL A Iunior First row. left to right: MORRIS, DOROTHX' Mocksville, N. C. MUNROE, SALLIE ANNE Clarkton, N. C. MCAULEY, HARRIET LOUISE Statesville, N. C. MCCAIN. GLADYS ELIZABETH Waxhaw, N, C. MCLEAN, MARY KATHERINE Raeford, N. C. NAUGLE, JULIA CAROLINE Blackstone, Va. Third row: SINCLAIR. JANE Raeford, N. C. STAFFORD, MARGARET ANN Buie's Creek, N. C. STANFORD, ELMIRA Bartow, Florida STONE, DELORES Laurel Hill, N. C. TAYLOR. EVELYN LAVERNE Kannapolis, N. C. THIGPEN. CATHERINE JOYCE Mount Olive, N. C. .-LJ.. A -f-...-wav.-1-1... . - . . . . . - Y Class Second row: NELSON, MARY LOUISE Horsepen. Va. OLIVER. KITTYE MARIE Reidsville. N. C. OZLIN, MARGARET ANDREWS Chase City, Va. RITTER. KATHRYN PATRICIA Raeford, N. C. ROBBINSON, LIDA CAROLYN Gastonia. N. C. SHAW, FRANCES ELIZABETH Lumber Bridge. N. C. Fourth row: THOIVIAS. HELMA JEAN Lumberton, N. C. THORNTON. SHIRLEY JEAN Reidsville, N. C. WALDO, PEGGY BEACH Hope Mills, N. C. WHITE. MARTHA JANE Charlotte, N. C. WILLIAMSON. ANITA GRAY Rocky Mount, N. C. WOMELDORF, EIXIOJEANE Lexington, Va. .G , X, QAE GQQP LLALL Ag AL -LA 9 P F CP , , Q ff L AL IL AL AL AL A 9 3 F L Ag f4L A5 lk A ., N 9 if 9 LlAA 4A AL l'-A. 'A I , M ,YW , Thu uxani SL'ilL'Cillii' pustccl on thc hul- lutin huurrl hccomus the Center of at- traction i ' sf? 'i 'i -' . xg , 14:q..!, 9 X 'Adil X 5 ' 1 Nm? ' P", lvlascot William Lovin tries on his gown. Seniors enjoy a late night of fun and fellowship as they deco rate the Christmas tree. Itlllltll' . Clasi i Flulophonc praclicv sessions prow' inure painful for thosv who havo to listun than for thosc who have to learn to play. , K T-T A project nearing completion arouses pride in the hearts of seniors Dunn, McCracken. Williford. Kelly Bovi den and Hale Class Ufficers NORMA KELLY lVlARY NICCRACKEN President Treasurer ANN BOWDEN DORIS DUNN Vice-President Tea Room Manager lvl.-RRY HALE MARTHA ANN WILLIFORD Secretary The Seniors proudly finished their Construction of four years And looked back with fond memories On F. M. C. careers. Recitals, student teaching. bringing Majors to an end- All these with extra times reserved For Seniors had to blend: Assistant Tea Room Manager Twelve o'cloek light. raising the flag. The Senior Christmas tree A pause for play on Senior day. The socials. silver tea. Now capping and commencement with Nostalgia comes. and they VVill go to build their part in life. Both near and far away. A4 ,alia-run.-an an E :Q 13 ' i enior science bulletin board offers in- formation about the World of Science. BILLIEGENE ADDOR, B.M. Public School Music Addor, N. C. La belle fille . . . Addor from Addor . . . wind chimes and incense . . . sophisticated shrug . . . artistic originality with a flare for the unique . . . William Eugene . . . shu-up! Epsilon Chi Society, Vice-President 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: St. Cecilia Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Writers' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 23 Marshal 33 Basketball 1, 2g Superlative 33 High- land Players 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Chairman 43 Pine and Thistle Staff 3, 43 May Court 3, 4: Tennis 23 Dance Committee 2: The Skirl Staff 2. JOYCE ANN BOWDEN, B.A. Primary Education Warsaw, N. C. Molasses drauil . , . humor tucked way clown deep. , . A.C,L ..., conscientious student . . . placid . . . four years of Sunday dates. Zetesian Society: William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 23 Math Club 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, Vice- President 23 Student Volunteers 23 The Skirl Staff 33 Class Vice-President 43 Recorder of Points 4. ALICE CAROLINA BRANTLEY, B.M. Church Music Selma, N. C. Meticulous . . . gentle knock . . . "That Jones Boy" . , . "her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low" . . . efficiency . . . unrujfhed, Zetesian Society, Pianist 33 Marshal 33 Dance Committee 3: Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 23 Highland Players I, 23 Student Volun- teers 33 Prayer Band Leader 23 Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 Organ Recital 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. ANNIE MARGUERITE BYRD, B.M. Piano Elizabethtown, N. C. MA. Byrd" . , . infectious laugh . . . "Down Yonder" . . . unperturbed . . . t'Yall, I ivounce to tell you something" . . . B. S. U .... perfect pitch. Zetesian Society, Pianist 33 St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers 23 Prayer Band Leader 4: Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Director -13 Senior Piano Recital -13 Baptist Student Presi- dent. PEGGY LOUISE CALLAHAN, B.A. Graininar Grade Education Whiteville, N. C. ' Waiting for Sain . . , animated doll . . . independent nature . . , collegiate wardrobe . . . Charles- ton . . . tiny waist. Epsilon Chi Society, Marshal 3, Secretary 33 Class Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Student Volunteers 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 23 William Bartram Scientific Society 25 Presbyterian Junior College Summer School 3. MARY KATHRYN CAMPBELL, B.M. Piano Laurinburg, N. C. Scintillaling redhead . . . steady worker . , . chef de cuisine . . . quick-trips home . . . dirninutiiie voice , . , honictoiuii teaching plans . . . heart of gold. Epsilon Chi Society: St. Cecelia 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Highland Players 1, 23 I.R.C. 43 P.J.C. Summer School 13 Senior Piano Recital 43 Senior Scribbler -l, 38 -Xddor Bowden in L- tm- Brantlex BX rd for 'Q Callahan Campb ll 39 QVXAIJOM Qu , M , . A f - f V p-44 . -.f -5 1 4 .- . enior Class ADELAIDE BOGER CROMARTIE, B.A. Elementary Education St. Pauls, N. C. Alu-aysin ci stew . , . Superintendent's wife . . . nothing less than an A . . . loves to talk . . . ain- bztzous . , . my daughter Adelaide . . . inexhaustible. W.C.U.N.C,: Zetesian Societyg Day Students Club. NAN JANE DORMAN, B.A. Primary Education Red Springs, N. C. Perennial suntan . . , amiable . . . lavender , . . Pontiac convertible . . . Miss Red Springs . . . un' affected . , . chic. Epsilon Chi Society: Spanish Club 1: Day Students Club 1. 2, 3, 4, President 43 Student Council 43 May Court 3: WHITE HEATHER Staff, Class Editor 33 Prayer Band Leader 3: The Slcirl Staff 3. SARAH KATHERINE DUDLEY, B,M. Piano Concord, N, C. Pooky . . . outstanding ingenuity . . , personality plus . . . nimble fingers . . . resourceful . . . coinedienne . . . touch of genius. Epsilon Chi Society. Pianist 3. 43 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 43 St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2, 3, -13 Tennis 23 Highland Players 2, 3, 43 The Skirl Staff 23 Assistant Editor WHITE HEATHER 31 Recorder of Points 33 Marshal 33 Writers Club 43 Scribbler 43 Superlative 43 Recital 4. DORIS WILMA DUNN, BS. Biology Charlotte, N. C, School spirit . . . tea hole . . . temperamental . . .sports . , . determined . . . scientist . . . active. Epsilon Chi Society, Censor 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Choral Club 1, 2, 8, 43 Highland Players 1, 2, 33 Mathematical Honor Society 1. 2, 33 Classical Club 1, 23 The Slcirl Staff, Art Editor 2, 31 Prayer Band Leader 3: Class Officer 3, 43 Tea Room Manager 3, 4: Class Dance Decorations Chairman 31 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Delegate to North Carolina Academy of Science 3. SHIRLEY MARIE FITZGERALD. B.A. Bible Waynesboro, Virginia Giggle . . . "Fitz" . . .sympathetic eyebrows . . . sudden seriousness . . . Laurinburg . . . convincing tone. Epsilon Chi Society: Marshal 33 Spanish Club 1, 2. Vice-President 2: Student Volunteers 1: Prayer Band Leader 21 Dance Committee 23 Christian Association Cabinet 3, 43 Chairman Prayer Bands 3: Chairman Social Service 4: Volleyball 2. 33 Virginia Club 3, 4. LUCY LOMAN FLEMING, B.M, Public School Music ' Mebane, N. C. Angelic comeliness . . . accommodating . . . "lissen" . . . radiant . . . simply dimply , . . devout . .. . . . Queen of May. Christian Association 3, 43 Chairman Worship 3, Vice4President 43 Prayer Band Leader 23 Zetesian Chaplain 2, 3: Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2: Latin Club 13 Vice-President Student Volunteers 1, 21 May Court 2, Queen -lg Chief Marshal 3: St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Class Officer 2, Seniors carry the banner in the Fall Festival Parade. A peep through the glass during a music lesson fLdiLw's.mdlQi" 'nc' 3 'L " ' Cromartie- Dudley Fitzgerald fm 3 5' Dorman .ig ' Dunn 7 Fleming -iii t enior Cla S French Shallotte, N. C. La Maitressel. . . U98 Olds" , . . intermittent humor , . . gentle manner . . . Coastal accent . . , ivory l'017lDl6.l'ZOll . . . affable. Epsilon Chi Society3 Math Club 1, 23 William Bartram Scientihc Society 2, 3, Secretary 33 French Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary and Treasurer 2, President 41 Scribbler 4. MARGARET LUCILLE GRAHAM, B.A. Mathematics Olivia, N. C, State. . . candid . . .spiked balls. . . tailored . . . feigned gruffness . . . athletic , . .Benhaven Zetesian Society: The Skirl Staff, Reporter 2, 31 Athletic Board 1, 3, 4, Freshman Representative. Treasurer 3, Vice-President 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 43 Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 1, 2, 33 Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Finance Chairman 3: I.R,C. 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 43 French Club 1, 2, 3. 41 Assistant Tea Room Manager 3. SYLVIA ABERNATHY GREEN, B.A. Elementary Education Red Springs, N. C. China doll , . . shoulder-strap bag . . , serene . . , always the sound of knitting needles . , . "Dibbie" . . . slender . , domestic. Zetesian Societyg Choral Club 1, 2, 33 WHITE HEATHER Staff 2: Student Volunteers 1, 23 William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 21 May Court 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Classical Club President 2, 3g Prayer Band Leader 33 Marshal 33 Superlative 35 Day Students Club 4, MARY CHRISTOPHER HALE, B.A. Primary Education Wilmington, N. C. "Prissy" . . , unpretentious , . . iinpish . . , willing worker . . . cut-up . , , "descending giggle" . . . air of nonchalancc. Epsilon Chi Society, Chaplain 23 Student Volunteers 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, Classical Club 1, 23 Prayer Band Leader 23 The Skirt Staff 2, 33 Dance Committee 3: Choral Club 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Highland Players 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 43 Class Cheerleader 43 Class Secretary 43 Alpha Si Omega 4. MARY JANE BROWN HALL, B.A. Primary Education Parkton, N. C. Metallic tone of voice . . . unadorned naturalness . . . devoted to her children , . . resolute coni- niuter . , . friendly . . . animated. Zetesian Society3 Prayer Band Leader 43 Day Students Club 3, 43 Louisburg Junior College: Greensboro College. DOROTHY GRIER HAMILTON, B.A. Primary Education ' Hampton, Virginia Oblivious , . poetic talent . . . "tubrooin songbirdu . . . good sport . . . thorough , , . punster , . . perpetually tardy. Zetesian Societyg French Club 1, 23 International Relations Club 2, 3: St. Cecelia Music Club 1, 2. 33 Prayer Band Leader 33 Choral Club 1, 2, 33 Student Volunteers 1. 2, 3, 41 Highland Players 1, 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Writers Club 1, 2. 3, 43 The Skirl Statl' 2, 3, 43 Pine and Thistle Staff 43 Scribbler 43 Literary Editor WHITE HEATHER 4. The math majors are entertained by Miss Sowder Dr. E, Stanley Jones's visit and chapel address was a rich in her apartment. experience for all. Q u 1 'EY Gore i Q ' Graham 4 Green Hale 1'- H311 Hamilton 43 an 1-9144 enior Cla s JOAN MARIE HESTER, B.A. Mathematics Wendell, N. C. Kindhearted. . . methodical. , ,husky-voiced . . . thoughtful , . . firm grip. . , photography . . . seek- ing heart. Zetesian Society: Mars Hill College 1: Peace College 2: Mathematical Honor Society 3, 4: Wake Forest College Summer School 3: Prayer Band Leader -l: International Relations Club 4: Baptist Student Union Council -1: Pine and Thistle Business Staff. SHIRLEY INMAN HUDGINS, B.A. English and History Red Springs, N. C. Air mail letters . . . perpetual motion . . . "lil roommate" . . . tenderhearted , . , neat as a pin . . , fluctuating moods . . , lover of literature. Zetesian Literary Society: Classical Club 2: International Relations Club 2: Literary Staff Pine and Thistle 1, 2, 3: Business Staff The Skirl 2: Spanish Club lg Assistant Business Manager WHITE HEATHER 3: William Bartram Scientific Society 2. JEAN KEETER INGOLD. B.A. Primary Education Fayetteville, N, C. "Luv" . . . cosmopolitan air. , , hair stylist . . . "Cashmere Jean" . . . Southern drauil . . , avocado . . . weekly trips home. Epsilon Chi Society: W,C.U.N.C, 1, 2: University of North Carolina Summer School 3: Classical Club. FAYE ELIZABETH JENKINS, B.A. Mathematics and History Union, South Carolina South Carolina . . . pleasant , . , knack for needlework . . . seminal interests . . . politics . . . sense and common sense . . . January graduate. Zetesian Society: Math Club 1, 2, 3, -1: Secretary Math Club 21 International Relations Club 2, 3, 4: Vice-President I.R.C. 3, President 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: William Bartram Scientific Society 4: Student Volunteers 2, 3: Classical Club 3, 4: The Slcirl Staff 3, 4, Reporter and Columnist: WHITE HEATHER Staff, Literary Editor, MICKIE YVONNE JERNIGAN, B,A. Elementary Education Fairmont, N, C. Reliable . . . midnight oUice hours . . . "Y'all" . . . tactful . . . Al . . . relaxed saunter. Zetesian Society: Classical Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 2: William Bartram Scientific Society 2: WHITE HEATHER Staff 2: Student Volunteers 2, 3: International Relations Club 2, 3, 4: Marshal 33 Class President 3: Student Council 3: The Slcirl Staff 4: Prayer Band Leader -lx Baptist Student Union Council 4. NORIVIA ADELINE KELLY, B.A. I Bible Charlotte, N. C. "Kelly" . . . competent , . , dry wit . . . Charlotte commuter , . . rnunibler . , . unobtrusive . . . crud club. Epsilon Chi, Chaplain 3: Student Volunteers 2: Highland Players 2: Choral Club 2: Class Vice- President 3: Class President 4: Student Council -lg Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Varsity 4: Superlative 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Those seniors playing double roles. KN Hester Ingold Jernigan 45 Hudgms Jenkins Kelly After-dinner coffee in the kitchen for table girls. O BETTY LOU LAMB, B.A. Mathematics Wilmington, N. C. "Lou Lamb" . . , e.ruberant . . . born teacher . . . friendly . . . agile . . . capable . . . contagious laughter. Epsilon Chi Societyg President of Freshman Class: Christian Association Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3: Mathematical Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice'President 33 Classical Club 1, 23 Inter- national Relations Club 2, 3, 43 Choral Club 1, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 43 Monogram Club 43 Editor-in-Chief of The Skirl 23 Dance Committee 23 Pine and Thistle Staff 13 Superlative 43 Writers Club 13 Student Volunteers 1, 23 President of Student Body 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, NAOMI FRANCES LEE, BM. Voice and Music Education Wilmington, N. C. t'Naomi" . . . Countess . . .aristocratic accent . . , fur coat. .,"Ye-e-s?". . . generosity plus . . . sur- prise package, Epsilon Chi Societyg St. Cecelia 1, 2, 3, 43 Writers Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 The Slcirl Staff 3, 41 Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Member of Cast of Our Town: Wilmington College Summer School, 1952 and 19543 NELL HESTER LENNON, B.S. Business Education Bladenboro, N, C. First four-year business graduate . . . witty . . , willing helper . . . well-groomed . . . poker faced . . . efficient , . . relaxed. Epsilon Chi Societyg Business Students' Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4, President 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Choral Club 1, 23 Pine and Thistle Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3: WHITE HEATHER Typing Editor 3, Senior Recital. CLARA MAY LILES. B.A. History Garland, N. C. "Lau" , , . "The Writers Club will meet" . . . giddy . . . repertoire of alma maters . . . friendly spirit . . . beaucoup de beaur . . , deep-set eyes, Epsilon Chi Society3 East Carolina 13 Mars Hill 25 University of North Carolina 33 Volleyball 33 Basketball 33 Writers Club 3. 4, Vice-President 4. CHRISTINE ELLEN MALONEY. B.A. Bible Cullen, Virginia Mistaken for Mozingo . , . satin-finish . . . tranquil . . . level-headed , . . nice to tell your troubles to , . . that just-combed look . , . "aw shucksf' Zetesian Society, Secretary 43 Class Treasurer 2, 33 Spanish Club 1. 2, 3, President 33 Student Volunteers 2. 3, 4, President 43 St. Cecelia Music Club 23 William Bartram Scientific Society 23 Math Club 2, 33 Prayer Band Leader 33 Volleyball 2. 3. 43 Virginia Club3 Fire Chief 4. JO ANN MAYS, B,A. Elementary Education ' Taylorsville, N. C. Coquette . "hello here" . . . cinch belts . . , gum-chewer . . . brunette beauty , . . artistic talent . . . purie. Epsilon Chi Society: Choral Club 1: Spanish Club 3, 43 William Bartram Scientific Society 3, 4: W.C.U.N.C. Summer School 23 Lenoir-Rhyne Summer School 33 Pine and Thistle Stat? 3, 4: Dance Committee 33 Highland Players 33 Mitchell College 13 Athletic Board, Head of Tennis, 43 Classical Club 43 May Court 4. materials. :G .4 'E 1 . 1 i l , 4 , ' T ' J 4 Student teachers diligently search for lesson plan Lamb Lee Lennon Maloney f 'hn- Liles Mays t eniar Class Bible Commerce, Georgia Top-flight flinger . . . M E M . . . "Is that a vacancy" , . . Scotland-born . . . warm personality . . . Coinplaisant . . . controlled disposition, Epsilon Chi Society, Censor 3: Student Volunteers 1, 2: French Club 2, 3. Vice-President 3: Classi- cal Club 2, 31 The Slcirl Staff. Photographer 2, Associate Editor 3: Junior-Senior Dance Chairman 3: Math Club 4: A.A. Board, Head of Swimming 3, President 4: Student Council 4. JEAN HELEN MORRIS, B.A. Elementary Education Maxton, N. C. A true Flora Macdonald girl . . , "Joe" . . . sweet-tempered . . . future Yankee . . . domestic . . . past interest at P,J.C .... methodical. Business Manager, Pine and Thistle 4: Circulation Manager, The Skirl 3: Choral Club 1, 2, 3: Vol- leyball 1,1 2, 3: International Relations Club 3, 4: William Bartram Scientific Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Prayer Band Leader 4: Student Volunteers 2: Proctor 2: Summer School, P,J.C, 2: Zetesian Society. DORIS MOZINGO, B.S. Home Economics Bowden, N. C. Mistaken for Maloney . . , "Matz" . . . self-inade wardrobe , . . Fleming Hall devotee . . . glossy hair . . . behind-the-scenes worker. Zetesian Society, Vice-President 4: Class Secretary 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. President 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Student Volunteers 2: A. A. Board, Head of Pingpong 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Marshal 3: May Court 4. KATHLEEN CHRISTIAN MURCHISON, B.A. English Concord, N. C. Pliotogcnic . . . uiitticisnis . . . self-assui'ed . . . well informed , . . preens . . . 5:45 p.ni,-Gershwin Prcludes . . . UMnini-Bong." Epsilon Chi Society. President 43 Austin Peay State College 1, 2: Mathematical Honor Society 3, 4: Assistant Editor Pine and Thistle 3, Literary Staff 4: Writers Club 3, 4: May Court 3,,Maid of Honor 4: Student Council 4: Scribbler 4: Who's Who in A1nerican Colleges and Universities. MARY CATHERINE MCCRACKEN, B.A. Bible and Latin. Henderson, N. C. Twinkle in her eye . . . Plans for the future . . . Latin scholar. . .creative ingenuity , . .innate sin- cerity . , . inanager of finance .... s elf-reliant. Zetesian Society: Student Volunteers lg Spanish Club 1, 2: Classical Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: The Slcirl Staff, Business Manager 4: Class Officer, Treasurer 4: Prayer Band Leader 3: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. MARY ANN MCGIRT, B.A. Elementary Education ' Laurinburg, N. C. In the background . . . priceless . . . apologetic tone. . . organizer. . . infinite patience . . . unrecog- nized accomplishments . . . diplomat, Zetesian Society: Mathematical Honor Society 1. 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2: Wil- liam Bartram Scientific Society 1, 2: Writers Club l, 2, Secretary 2: Student Volunteers 1, 2' Prayer Band Leader: Senior Scribbler: Editor 'Ihe Skirlg Editor WHITE HEATHER: Who's Who in' American Colleges and Universities. , . . Spring brings again the View of couples strolling through the gardens. 'r 1 Mize Morris MOUHEO Murchison McCracken McGirt 49 V ,, ,- - - ., , .f-.3,. . V '.g.,,..vr,.1-vi-1 ..... --I X4 ,f,.... enior Class They're at it again! DOROTHY LANG ANDERSON McKAY, B.A. Always something to say . . . Bill . . . uninhibited . . . ability. Zetesian Society: The Skirl Staff 2: Highland Players 1, 2, 3, Custodian 2, Roles in Major Productions 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Writers Club l, 2, 3, Vice-President 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: I.R.C. 2, 3: Day Students Club. Elementary Education Red Springs, N. C. constant snijffles . . . bundle of energy . . . dramatic MARJORIE MCNEILL, B.A. Grammar Grade Education and Bible Sanford, N. C. Good-natured . . . fastidious in dress . . . industrious . . . unobtrusive . . . special interest in Fords . . . wee- voiced. Zetesian Society: William Bartram Scientific Society 2: Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN NICHOLSON, BS. Home Economics Mt. Gilead, N. C. "Luv" . . . statuesque . . . Limestone . . . stylish wardrobe . . . obliging . . . small voice . . . jewelry for every occasion. Epsilon Chi Society: Limestone College 1, 2: High Point Summer School: Basketball 3, 4: Home Economics Club 3, 4, President 43 Dance Committee 3. HILDA RUTH PHILLIPS, B.A. Bible Rocky Mount, N. C. "Grinny" . . . the :est of lining . , .double dates , . . "Publicity, Jr." . . . jokes . . . "Let me tell you." Zetesian Society: Math Club 1, 23 Student Volunteers 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Representative from Cabinet to Council 4: International Relations Club 43 Prayer Band Leader 2: Christian Association Cabinet 43 Spanish Club. SARA LOUISE SANDERS, B.A. Primary Education Badin, N. C. Considerate . . . "along came Bill" . dainty . . . winsorne . . . not loquacious . . . helpful . . . wedge-heeled shoes. Epsilon Chi Society: Math Club 1, 2: Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: International Relations Club 2, 3, 43 Program Committee 3: Spanish Club 1, 23 William Bartram Scientific Society 2, 43 Dance Committee 33 Senior Class Editor of WHITE HEATHER. MILDRED EMILY SPILLMAN. B.A. Primary Education Wilmington, N. C. Easysgoing manner . . . Wilmington commuter . . . frank . . . Mercury owner . . . elementary school interest . . . teaser . . . a camellia in her hair. Salem College 1, 2: Science Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Future Teachers of America 1. 2: Epsilon Chi Society 3, 4: Wilmington College Summer School. ELLEN DOLORES WILLIAMS, B.A. Bible Rocky Mount, N. C. Wide-eyed sincerity . . , sympathetic . . . demure . . . hand-span waist . . . graceful . . . sense of duty . . . in- spired and inspiring. Zetesian Society, Marshal 3: Volleyball 3: Math Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 2, 3, 4: May Court 11 French Club 1: Class Treasurer 1: Class President 2: Student Council 2, 43 Christian Association Treasurer 3: Christian Association President 4: Cabinet 3, 4: Choral Club 1: The Skirl Staff 2, 3: Writers Club 1, 2: Whos Who in American Colleges and Universities. MARTHA ANN MORRISON WILLIFORD, B.A. Elementary Education Rowland, N. C. Senior bride . , . acute sensibility . . . t'lVIarty" . . . conscientious . . . pre-eminent Highland Player . . . kind- heartcd . . . quiet dignity. Zctesian Society: Choral Club 1, 2, 3: Highland Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4: Classi- cal Club 1, 2, 33 The Skirl Staff, Assistant Business Manager 3, Reporter 4: Prayer Band Leader 4: St. Cecelia Music Club 1. 2: French Club 1, 2: Assistant Tea Room Manager 4: International Relations Club 3, 4: Volley- ball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 43 Methodist Student Movement 1 2, 3, 4, President 3. 4: Alpha Si Omega 3, 4. SHIRLEY ANN WILLIS, B.A. Bible Morehead City, N. C. Coastal accent . . . hair twister . . . confidante. , . her lights never go out . . . earnest . , . "Hoigh-toide" . . . boisterous. Epsilon Chi Society: Student Volunteers 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club -1: Prayer Band Leader 3: Classical Club 4: Winthrop Summer School, 50 McKay McNeill Nicholson Phillips Sanders Spillman Williams Williford Willis 'Cf' 5 'S' rlzflzul . ,EZ!l6l.M71fl,W,Mf? AilzfQF1z22Z5QQQl1:o' Adi itie The numerous Activities We had throughout the year Built integration in our lives And deepened friendships here Encouraged us to grow Physically socially mentally spiritually Aesthetlcally we know This program was well-rounded and We learned ways to express ourselves, But more importance lay In learning to live with others well In all our work and play. Kept always in a busy whirl, We'd hardly ever pause, But for all these activities We thankfully applause. fl' 'Y F' M11 1141! IQ , . - - Q . ,AMI ,- 5,l,1,,.4.,,,J',4,-- , M , A. ,Q ,vf ' VF if 12 ..f,l,-virlvvttitj. , . Brown Brantley A Dt Williams Gb Owen Dorman - BN ,- vf Murchison '52 , by wax s. Lamb Mill' Hatcher Kelly Auton Shaw Turner 'I l I f' t ' I L lll Qll JUVQI IIIIIQII BETTY LOU LAIWB ....A, .. ...President FRANCES SHAVV . . ,.,,,.,,,,, Junior Class President ALICE gRANTLEy A If ,'---V ViCg-p,AeSidem ANNE TURNER .. ,,,,,,, .Sophomore Class President MARY ARCHIE BROWN H N Semetaw BETSY AUTFIN. . ..,,,,,, Freshman Class President SUE OWFN Treawwvr BETTY JOE HATCHER ,.... Zetesian Society President .. ., . K ,, M . .. ',,, 'l .l'S 't ELLEN VVILLIAIXTS Christian Association President ATHLFFN UPCHNON psi on CH Pigggdy 1 ent MARY ELLA M1114 Athletic Association President NAN DORMAN Day Students P,-egidpm NORMA IQELLY, . .. Senior Class President MRS. P. P. lVlCCAIN . . .Adviser 54 The m-ver-t'orgottm-n Q-xporicncc of the first dance of the your. The Student Council leads the school In all its governmentg All organizations and classes does this Council represent. They make plans and suggestions for Improvement of the school They would establish honor and The keeping of the rule. A float in the Fall Festival Parade. Y Jxlglt NSE' A A. kv ,. H . .J . rf. - V P.4,,',. 3".Q,.'.'! ' M , A 3 iishqaii ,-1' 1 t 4,433-.f Qlujgv Those tirst few wccks of conscientiously stud yin g the Handbook. o-5 ...T The student body weekly meets and Hears the Council report, To offenders brought before them, Council Turns into a court. Petitions to faculty, "Handbook," the First dance of the year, Hospitality week-end hosts- All come within their sphere. "For no longer than tcn minutes." LU HF fs- uf' 4 r.- fi vw E i F If ? 1752 ' 1 , f I ' , 1 Q YF -X TNVIHK 3 ,,. A 1 -X x 'M' " .. ,1 .. x Q. , . 1 .N TY."-il wk 54 PW , V .5 ' Y , Y . fu Q' rv 2 " .5 'r G .t ' bs' '. 'I ' "M 'ei ' Xi X 5 x X 7 i ,J 1555 . M' if 173- l SN' mv K+ 'W 'E .8 445 'Q 'AY L3 ' llllriftifm s:m'ifltion QI? ,. ELLEN WILLIARIS Christian Association President HILD.A PHILLIPS Outreach Committee Chairman SHIRLEY THORNTON Prayer Bands Chairman CABINET ELI Iix XX II.I.I,xxIQ Prvsiilviit LL CY FL!-QXIINC Vim'-Pr'i'.s1clviil RIAIIY MIXLP.-xx Sevrvtfiry S.-xLI,IE Axxsi 1II'xIaoIf: Truasii ri' r BETTY LOL' LAMB ' Ofiieio. Preszcleizl of the Student Bnriif PEGGY GRAIIAAI H'm'ship FlVYIl71liflL't' Chairman SHIRLEY FITZGERALD Social Scri'ic'e C'flI7Z77ZifIl'? Chairman IIXCKEY OZLIN FelloIi'sliip Cmnriiitlee' Chaiririaii MRS. ELBERT IXICPH.-KCI. Faviiltif Adviser I on In VV?-'nkiU5 Hall are Phillips FIQUUITE. Lamb. Ozliix, Graham, Thormrm, XICLCEIVI. Rluriroe. and Fitzuviiiltji 11 3 The Christian Association directs the religious Life at F.M.C.g The Cabinet urges a Christ-centered life For students and faculty. "The glory of God through Christ and Through Christ to Me" was their theme: The finishing of our own Prayer Chapel Became their hopeful dream, Uliristian Association Spiritual Enrichment Week was with us Twice-in fall and spring: Thanksgiving baskets, toy workshops. Weekly Vespers and Hymn Sing. The C,A. library, the May Day booths, The joy of Capsule Day. These things and numerous others are just A part of our own CA. "Prayer is the soul's sincere desire": Our Prayer Bands weekly meet In small Groups bound in praycr and love Around the Masters feet. Prayer Band leaders: Martha White, Julia Lee Ribet, Lou Ann Nethercutt. Mildred Drumheller, 'young Sun Cha, Joan Hester, Ricardo Lambert, Lucy Richard- son. Annie Byrd. Norma Pittard. Jean Morris. Mary Jane Hall. Caro- line Goodman, Joyce Thigpen. Emojeane Womeldorf, Joanne Mc- Millan. Nancy Bell. Pat Farmer. Pat Powell. Mickey Jernigan. Martha Ann Williford, and Pat Ritter. Prayer Puuuls Uur Source for lpirituol Growth Student Volunteers "Go ye into all the world," Has been our Lords command: The Student Volunteers obey By joining heart and hand, They further interest in mission Helds Through programs every week. They teach the Bible in the Negro schoolg Hear missionaries speak. Officers are Christine Maloney, presidentg Sara Sanders. vice- president: Jane Wood. secretaryg Nancy Bell. treasurerg and Hilda Phillips. representative from the cabinet. Flora actlonaltl Athletic Association The Athletic Association Brings fellowship and fun, A chance to enter into sports It offers everyone. Chief among activities Have been the tournaments- ' E57' ' Volleyball and basketball ' Brought gaiety, suspense. Swimming, softball, bowling, tennis, Ping-pong and May Day Brought us happy moments spent In comradeship and play, A. A. Hoartl 'C7 .s EULLE MARY ELLA lVl1zE MARY ELLA MIZE.,, i,,. A. A. Board President BETTY TURNER . ,, , Swimming LUCILLE GRAHAM , . ,, ,,.,,, Vice-President EVA GRAY DAVIS ,. ,,,, .Volleyball CAROL JONES , , ,. , ,,,,. Secretary JO lVlAYs ,,,, , , , , ,,,,,, ,Tennis DELORES STONE , , , , ,,Treasurer ANITA WILLIAMSON ,. , Basketball PAT POWELL. ,,,. , , , ,Salesman LOU ANN NETHERCUTT,. , ,..Bowling ALI-:SE HARRISON, , , .Freshman Representative JOAN STICKLFIY ,, . ,t ,,,.Softbt1ll JOANNE MClVlII.LAN ,, .. .,.. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, C heerleader Lest right: Jones, lVIclVIillan, Mays, Turner, Davis, Graham, Harrison, Williamson, Nethercutt, Stickley, Powell, Elll 0116. 60 t ,, W.-, ,inf Ull9t'l'lt'illll'I'S Cheerleaders bring to tournaments Enthusiasm. pepg This year they wear new emblems. and VVe know they're right "in stepuf They lead us in our "Friendship Song" Sung in the dining hall: We think they're great and appre- ciate Our school cheerleaders all. Left to right. are Sandra Sweet. fresh- man: Mary Hale. senior: Joanne McMillan. college cheerleader: Faye Buck. junior: and Jean Rouse. sopho- more. aVl0ll0Ql'illll Club In many sports activities Did these girls participate: A certain number of credit points They did accumulate, Being eligible to join, To this club they now turned, So these members proudly wear The monograms they earned. Standing. Betty Lou Lamb. Lucille Graham. Sallie Anne Munroe. Eva Gray Davis. Pat Farmer: seated. Anita Williamson, Doris Dunn. and Delores Stone. 1, I ' 4 I 1 f . f , ,,,,- ,ff an ,I , .f 1117! vt . l Those chosen for Volleyball Varsity are, left to right, Lou Ann Nethercutt, Sallie Anne Munroe, Norma Kelly, Betty Lou Lamb. Sarah Goodman, Emojeane Wonieldorf, Anne Turner, and Lucille Graham. Ull9Vll'lll 0 I , Seniors who composed the winning Volleyball Team Junior Team members are, front row: Delores Stone, l are, top below, front row: Christine Maloney, Lucille Betsy Graham, Anita Williamson fCaptainl, Evelyn Graham lCaptainJ, Norma Kelly, Doris Dunn, bark Taylor, Elise Hudson: back row: Martha White, Sallie row: Marjorie McNeill, Mary Hale, Martha Ann Willi- Anne Munroe, Emojeane Womeldorf, Mary Ruth ford, Shirley Willis, and Dot Hamilton. Matze, Pat Farmer, Pat Ritter, and Eva Gray Davis. W Freshman Team members are, front row: Sandra Sweet, Mary Collins, Mac Calhoun, Sarah Goodman 4Captainl, Jean Stuart West, Betsy Auten, Mary Ruth Sophomore Team members are, ,front rou-5 Carol Jones, McLean, Alice Shelton: brick row: Mary Stuckey, Joan Stickley, Pat Melvin fCaptainJ, Becky Williams, Alese Harrison, Marian Stuekey, Hazel McLean, Mary Julia Gibbs: back row: Pat Powell. 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' 1 45 "QE-'I A -iq :H KN J N 'gd .-X" XX '::N 'T lj ' 4 ..:I.."A Vrg' 1 . c- l gbr 1- AXARJZ' J A-4-A x it no 'V A E' E f ' 'l , 1 i it ,N 1 nmy Antntuns, ix-ti-l'm-, Llisvussvs stunt- rult-s with nu ol' thc playl-rs. llauketllall Junior Tcam members are, front row: Anita William- son, Emojcane Womeldorf, Sallie Anno Munroc tCaptainJ, Dolores Stone, Gladys Mc-Caing bac-If run-5 Martha White, Mary Ruth Matzo, Fat Ritter. Eva Gray Davis, Pat Farmer, and Mary McLean. Freshman Team members are, front row: Mary Stuckey, Sandra Sweet, Mary Collins, Shirley Evans, Mary King tCaptaint3 second row: Evelyn ltlnorc, Maccl Cox. Alice Shelton, Marian Stuckcy, Hazel McLean, Jane McLeod, buck row: Alcso Harrison, Mario Russell, Mary Ruth McLean, Jane McDonald, Jean Stuart West, and Sarah Goodman, t t E , .5 'l t E ' f , I Q 4 I v r M I Y v t t 1 l 11 r , x 59 5 gi ff if, 5 A Z 9, Z t fn fm -4 L , 2 M ,Q in t r qi lA Z!l00mllil Zz2 Ilylf ' Zetesinn fociety BETTY JOE HATCHER President Zetesian Officers are, bark row. left In right: Jane Wood, Chap- laing Christina- Maloney, Secretary: Doris Mozingo, ViCc-Presi- dent: Martha Stn-ppc, Pianistg trout row: Lucy Richardson, Censorg and Mickic Ozlin, Treasurer. The Dance ln the making noi "Friendship" is the motto, and The colors green and White: Zetesian during Rush Week urged The Freshmen to "go right." They took them out to Lakewood For a Weiner roast and fung The Minstrel Show with Epsilon Chi Gave joy to everyone. Monthly meetings, skits and games Brought entertainment fine: In Hospitality Week-end we Saw the talents shine, The members hold fond memories, And loyal they will he To Zeta Theta Psi-their chosen School society. Orientation Week feature. 'nw fit KATH1, Their 'tloyalty to white and gold" Binds those in Epsilon Chi: Much fellowship and fun their monthly Meetings do supply. A square dance they provided for The Freshmen brought much cheeri The Christmas Dance with Zetesian was The highlight of the year. They with Zetesian played hostess to Debaters in the spring And sponsored senior "take-offs," which Was quite a riotous thing. So when they are far from F.M.C., They'll still be ever true, And we may hear their voices: "Epsilon Chi, we sing to you." An evening of fun with P,J.C. as guest. l l 4 Epsilon llhi Soviet, I-:EN NIURCIIISON President Epsilon Chi Officers are, xtmidinq, left to right: Doris Dunn, Cen- sorg Sarah Dudley, Pianist: Baibara Arrington. Secretary: svarerl' Carolyn Johnson, Treasurer: Billiegene Addor, Vice-Prt-sicluntg and Shirley Fitzgerald, Chaplain. "Blue Christmas"-with an old English accent f ,4 f - .A iff, , ,f , If 1 Q 7411, .yy r r. ' Flora Macdonald , + ar i ' N - -V ag-:Sz if l' f3::ii-ii i . .rr i - V- tv s ' 1 A ' I' 3:1 : : sig x E i 1 U "E , - l i 4 . L I l Choral Uluh Choral Club Officers are Alice Brantley, President: Barbara Arrington, First Vice- Presidentg Martha Steppe, Second Vice-President: Joyce Thigpen, Third Vice-President, Betsy Graham, Secretary: Lou Ann 'Nethercutt, Treasurer: and Peggy Graham. Chap- lain. Mr, Lawrence Skinner is the director. The Choral Club lifts up its voice This year the members chose new robes And sings into our heartg And made a tour in springp The blend forms perfect unity-- With gratitude, expectancy, Each singer gives her part. We listen to them sing. 1 IVY - I----.L fi T"""' . erelia T Aa--imll cc I . , qv lllllll , A. gunning A ,,-if usir Cl uh This group has taken music, . Theoretical or applied. And meets each month to hold programs On music, their joy and pride. Officers are Joyce Thigpen, President, Sarah Dudley, Vice- Presidentg and Shirley Kearns, Secretary-Treasurer. ' 1 il Collier ator, Unm'ert-lerture Series Naomi Farr. Lyric Soprano October 14 Gerard Souzay. Baritone March 3 Sylvia Zaremba, Pianist November -1 Players Incorporated. "The Would-Be Gentleman" February 15 Budapest Quartet January 28 Senior Heritals Long years of practice climax in A moment of reward- As tones of beauty are by throngs Of listeners adored. 9 f if Those giving senior recitals are left to right: Alice Brantley organ: Naomi Lee. voice: Kath- ryn Campbell, piano: Annie Byrd, piano: and Sarah Dudley, piano, A - , 7 ww 4 ,J'7,g7ffw?'92Z'f'b'fQ2f42,g,45,gg-ag . - 1, niii, f, 'x aj , r fi I. Y ' I N i 3 Qi-I X x I , m M f w ' Q f 1 f . U? V Q 3 Q t J C F E 1 n 1 ,lb I , f 1 . A 0 4 - 1 KF' ,ma , UP: ' " nz fa- v' ' '? i 'WlZW"'W"?fW fwvfw-lilnulhe f A -- 1-. V- E? izunz Bu miss Wlfinuqu Doaoim HAXIIITUN um F xii Sunnis :XNN RICGIRT. Editor. ill.-RRY ilIC'CR.-XCKEN, Busivivxs Illriizriqvr. C'ARo1.YN RUIQINSUSLV:lSNlSlfIlll Editor .'AxNI'll.'X W1I,l.ixMsoN ,-lx ss si i L "J ' ' .. .' ., Li! " '11 .rlilnii S., A .' ' Senior' Vlllss Etlrlvu' up-6' ' M ui! l " . l SN ' ' 'P .., gi 5' 45, - , vii 'C' uv , , R 1 x- A X i X .N x ,K N 9 G .. tis' -- ' fi P N . A.. in xx I , ' I l Q ' N .VX J J ' liivly i f f lm ,twi ll i l K ,' ' ' i i N iw l R l T + e r , 1 : 1, ltr K fr i t lf li 'c '. 9 Q 'i ' I iff. N I - 1 xx I ' I V, VI Q, N X XY X f U , 1 X 5" 5 'fs L-A V it 1 I L . ELIXIIRA STANFORD, Jzmior Class Editor: PAT RIELVIN, Soplioniore Class Eclitnrg JEss1E BLUE HARDES1 Y. Frcslinmii Class Etlimi' SHIRLEY KIGER, Typist: BARBARA COCKRELL. Typist: THELIXIA CABIERON, Typzsz, The hite Heather With "unity" as watchword for The '55 WHITE HE.ATHER. The annual staff joined hands and pledged To "see it through together." Dr, Bullock advised us in This task-great did it seem: And we somehow survived to bring You "Building" as the theme! Senior Scribblers are. left to right: Betty Jo Gore, Dot Hamilton. and Kathryn Campbell. IDN llll IA ll The Scribblers six, through their use Of terminology, Stuck their finger on each senior's Personality. Discussion, laughter, slow ideas, All kept them late at night: Outstanding traits of their classmates They tried to bring to light. Ann lXICGirt, Kathleen lllurchison, Sarah Dudley, Q Ns fr 'A with ,ms- -n ,. - 3 1 1 l ' The L I irl The student newspaper of F. M. C. Is aptly called The Skirlq It's published every other week And keeps right in a whirl. It brings the latest campus news And feels the public pulse: The steady grind, well organized Brings very good results. Ns . 5 ' G' EVELYN TAYLOR KITTY'E OLIVER Business Manager Editor THE STAFF ROSA MOORE ,,,,, ,,,.,,.....,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,, A s sociate Editor JUNE JARRETT ,,,,, ,,.,. A ssistant Business Manager SHIRLEY DAVIS. ,,,, ,,,, . ,....... , , ,,,. Photographic Editor MICKIE JERNIOAN, ANITA WILLIAMSON, MYRA LEWIS, JANE SHEETS, BECKY WILLIANIS, DOTTIE MORRIS, RUTH EVELYN TOPPING , L, , , ,,,,.. ,,..., R eporters SHIRLEY BULLARD, JOAN STICKLEY, MARX' WILLIE THOMPSON, BETSY BREWER, EVA GRAY DAVIS, MARTHA ANN WILLIFORD ,. .,., , ., , ,,,, , Advertising Staff HARRIET MCAULEY , . ,, ,,,, ,Circulation Manager MARTHA WHITE, MICKY OZLIN, ,Assistant Circulation Managers MR. THOIXIAS WRIGHT ,, ,,,, .. .,...,. Faculty Adviser MR. DAVID TATEIVI, MISS HARRII-:T MORRISON , ,Editing Committee 70 Pine and Thiftle SHIRLEY THORNTON JEAN IXIORRIS Edimr Busincss Manager THE STAFF This student-edited magazine, nicknamed b EBIOJEANE WOAIELDORF , , Assistant Editor The --P and T -I PAT RITTER , ,Assistant Business Mzxnagvr Brings to us four times 3 year PATTERSON XYEARGIN. KATHLEEN RIURCHISON, JULIA LEE True Creativitv. RIBET, CAROLYN JOHNSON, JI'LIA GIBBS Literary Stat? , Behind such things as plays and stories, YVONNE BRLIAIBLES. JO MAYS. JOAN HESTER Business Staff Poems and essays. BILLIEGENE PLDDOR. If.-KTHERINE RAY, DOT H,-XRIILTON, I l , A,-I Stag Is seen good thmkmg, plannmg. and DR, ELEANOR B. SCOTT Faculty Adviser The work of many d3Y5- ix. 1 2,4 71 - -1-+-1--of-Of,-1.-1-ni-Q.-r.-nun rAQfJlf'aJn'43244LllK,.3AGl4a:14., 6:49 . 4,0 The Virginia Ululi The pride of their colonial ancestors' eyes, these Virginia girls hold high their love for their home state with much sing- ing of their favorite song, "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia." Some progress has been made toward doubling the number of Virginia students here, their chief aim. Their topic of conversation and the pur- pose of their meetings, however, remain the samefalways and forever-Virginia. Pat Powell, presidentg Betsy Fleshman, vice-president: Betsy Auten, secretary: Alese Harrison, treasurer, and Mrs. Mc- Phaul, adviser, lead this organization in the accomplishment of its purposes. Future Business Leaders of .merira These students mix business with pleas- ure through meetings and social activities. Movies, speakers, and interesting pro- grams give opportunities for development of leadership qualities. Every business student looks forward eagerly to the an- nual club tea and to the picnic. The offi- cers, Nell Lennon, president, Jean Rouse, vice-president, and Miss Mclntyre and Miss Stenhouse, advisers, lead this club to success, Home Eruiuunirs Club These young women desire to become better wives, homemakers, teachers, and citizens through combining education, business, social interest, and practical ex- perience. Their aim is to broaden their knowledge in their chosen field of Home Economics. Katherine Nicholson, presi- dent, leads the club forward with the as- sistance of Delores Stone, vice-presidentg Sally Bald, secretary, Anne Lipscomb, treasurer, Miss Womble and Mrs. Currie, advisers. llay Students tlluh XVith their own prayer band. day stu- dent meetings. and column in The Slqir-I. the day students are a vital part of the student life at Flora Macdonald. Com- muting to school each day, they quickly slip into the routine of busy schedules and form one of the most active clubs on our campus. Nan Dorman is president: Shir- ley Chadwick, secretary-treasurer1 Mary Jane Hall. prayer band leader: llelma Jean Thomas, reporterg Mrs. McPhaul. adviser. Matlieiimtical Huimr .'m'iety Outstanding ability and achievement is recognized and rewarded in this honor society for a high scholastic record is a requirement for membership. Interest in mathematics is created and encouraged while fellowship in social activities draw the members closer together in the ful- Filiing of their objectives. Gladys McCain, president: Eva Gray Davis. yiceepresi- dent: Lcu Ann Nethercutt. recording secretary: Harriet 1IcAuley, correspond- ing secretary: Julia Gibbs. treasurer: Joanne McMillan. Hnance chairman and Miss Sowder. adviser. lead the club. liiteiwiliiiiial Relations Illuli The aim of this outstanding organiza- tion is to promote an understanding of current international problems. Through chapel programs. panel discussions, and intelligent conversation. they have spread this understanding and created interest throughout the college. Their omcersf- Faye Jenkins. presidentz Harriet McAuley. vice-president: Frances Shaw, secretary: Emojeane Womeldorf. treasurerg Sara Sanders. reporter and scrapbook custo- dian. and Miss Robertson, adviser have led the club in active participation this year. Classical llluh Interest in the life and culture of the ancient Greeks and Romans is promoted by the students of Latin and Classical Civilization in this club. Learning to recognize and appreciate the contributions which they have made to modern civiliza- tion is its high aim, Shirley Bullard, president: June Jarrett, vice-president: Marie Potter. secretary-treasurer and Miss Harriett Morrison, adviser, lead the club forward to better understanding. The Frenrli llluli To learn French, to think French, to enjoy French are the aims of the French Club, Its members strive to create and increase interest in French life, customs. culture, and language. Fellowship is en- joyed by the members at socials, in meet- ings, and in class. Betty Jo Gore, presi- dent, Mary Ella Mize. vice-presidentg Mickie Ozlin, secretary-treasurer, are the officers, and Mr. Reagan is the adviser. The .lllilIllSlI llluli These students are very interested in not only learning the Spanish language but also in acquiring a knowledge of the people of the Latin American countries. Through records, books, guest speakers. and discussions, they become more fami- liar with the customs and activities of these neighbors. Oiiicers of the club are Mildred Druinheller, presidentg Betsy Fleshman. vice-presidentg Yvonne Brum- bles, secretary, Jean Blalock, treasurer, and Mr. Wright, adviser. Higlilanil Players Through this organization is gained a greater interest in the arts and a deeper appreciation of drama. Those who par- ticipate are first pledge members and then are considered for membership at the end of the year. Otiicers are Martha Ann Williford, presidentg Faye Buck, vice' presidentg Mary Hale, secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Tatem. adviser. Writers Uluh Creative writing is an important aim of this group as they meet together and discuss ideas and problems relating to the field of writing. This working together proves stimulating and encouraging. Ofii- cers are Billiegene Addor, presidentg Clara Liles, vice-presidentg Dot Hamilton, secre- tary: Aletha Williams, treasurer, and Dr. Scott, adviser. g . William Bartraiii 'rientifir Society -I 'T' ! This group is interested in scientific ex- periments and developments. Through discussions, movies, reports, and studies, they gain a deeper insight into this valu- able and interesting field. Officers are Doris Dunn, presidentg Jean Morris, vice- presidentg Aletha Williams, secretaryg ,UO Betsy Brewer, treasurer, and Dr. Hansen, Miss Hawse, and Dr. LeVesconte, advisers, 0550 T r H' W 227 12 , I Z7 V? I M 7111 10 Win: v 2 J l w 1 N P w N w Wu. W 1 I 2 W w N 1 F9iltlI l'9 ' IW I. r V I 4 gl Q I I ' 'r' "--rf' Artistically we built into Our year a bright design Of special moments made to pause And watch the Features shine. Refreshing were these flourishes And colorful to seep They filled us with a tingle of Excitement, we agree. Much care was used in choosing students Whom we recognized With honors which these Features gave And which the students prized. "Who's Who," Marshals, Superlatives, And May Day-all did bring Achievement, added splendor, and An extra touch of spring. .. ..4.,,....l -..4 - ua Ma 7' bl 1 11140 V395' NORMA KELLY I I , ALICE BRANTLEY ELLEN WILLIAMS Wh 0's Who in lll9l'il'illl Universities and Colleges K.'XTIiI.PIEN IXIURCHISUN yi BETTY LOU LAMB .ANN IWCGIRT IVIARY NICCRACKEN Y P A, i I I 'JT e-" r . 'I ,fn . .ap- 5-Q ..-...4.,.-fun..-. Uma .Mgr 1' 11, ' A' 7 llllldl I ' 1111 ' 4" - f-1" .- -- ,-, , f- 1 mu, .. f jj' ' 1",, fy l" W llhivl' Nlmslml I I ' ' I ' 'F' ' Fl'6llll't'S Shaw 7"T7"Vf " l ar hali . .. Efficient hospitality Elected from ihe Junior class Adorned in sparkling white, By Zetesian and Epsilon Chi, The Marshals serve as usherettes Appealing charm and dignity On concert-lecture nights. The Marshals do supply, Left to fight: Pat Farmer. Mary Archie Brown. 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"S-1" 't r I -r-ip-f--ggrfsyfgfw-1'sf1,'f:"f" W' ff I , e , ., ,- e 1 . A , If I l 1 W l. Far away from noisy tumult And the city's throng Stands our cherished Alma Mater if Worthy of our song. l t On her wide and spacious campus Q W Springs of crystal rise, ti Which for joy and health and beauty l She shall ever prize. L i Stately pine trees waving o'er her, , Proud her guards to be, Whisper faith and hope and courage, QQ Faithful listens she. Now we lift our joyous chorus Full of love to Thee, l l 'l Hail to thee, O Alma Mater! ly Hail, O, F. M. C. ll ill lx Member .1 i 92 Dssocialed ColleE,iale Dress ll l 1 l l i Sl' .. . '5- 5 ' 1- v, -- ' ' """-5-'7' f"f:v7S" Y UY3 .1"TfDWWl Ill' 1T,L""-i"'15Yf 'IW 'Z J 0 . ff 0' r I , Q 4 A 1 -. H , ff ,gif S ll 'Ju I . 2 g aw? 5,1 f' 'QQ .',L' QV -s cv 'U X. I ig... 1i .1- '- I ' 'I fs? . 'cf 2 p I 2 , 1:0 .-JA L t Jones 1lAl!llAll' NX0"3a" 4,-. Qwur ,J I If , Are I "Yours for a Lovely Homew 2 t The Minuet Bedspreads Kitchen Cottons Texturtuff Bedspreads Scatter Rugs Hobnail Bedspreads Bath Sets PRODUCED IN NORTH CAROLINA Sold by fine stores euerylvfzerff MORGAN-JONES, INC. I 58 Wortll Street NEW YORK, N. Y. 1 ru-' ve-- elk en dale ,..... T1 I l v - ' HAY ST. I1 FRANKLIN ST. "" - ff ff f Mlmllmlullmnllm ' 'U "' I EILIMIII b - PEN DAILY AT 9:00 A. M. - FREE DELIVERY CITY8. FT. BRAGG - USE oun EASY LAY-AWAY PLAN EAYET'I'ExfILLE LUMBERTON RAIEFORD RED SPRINGS ELIZABETH CITY WHITEVILLE ABERDEEN BIINN i Bells Stores .ire lhe lilll'0Iil1ll'S Largest Distributors of Reliable ful'l'l'lIllllIliSP C'unIpl1n1uIII.s' of 9 Roval Credit Jewelers. 1110. i W7 HHN SUCH N fe I CITY OPTICAL OPTICIANS co. FLE'5"'MAN 5 STY'-E SHOPS bi.YC'lll.X'il'l' Bur Nut E.I'peII.IiI'z' Fuyclrcvillc COATS 1 SUITS 1 DRESSES Prince Charles Hotel Tl L I, TYCC OCLI IOHS PHONE 3-4325 II4 Huy SI. Bragg Blvd, Mulloncc Village FM HTUH"'E' NURTH CAROLINA FKYFTTIPVII LF NIIRIH CARIII IN I EPSl'Q 014 A,,.,..yu.4u.4l,,fIm,I ,,,a4.,.:4-f,Q.,4.r, 4u,J4,,a'fL-CLZAII1, ffLz.c'.fLw41Lfc'- '. 'L mf Schools AId for Every Grade ,LR , HATCH-EH 3 Bender 5 Drug Stores ll ' ll , f 7 : :E Your Frfrndl-' Rfxal! Drztggifu I ,xfso Yvhfff' Storm' To Srrw' You 134 NA' slflvffffvll-llyuvg X W M 'W ff-ff Rm' Hay Street Fayettefuilfe ffaymount Hot-Chefs MGXIOIYEE Vlffdge Fl. Bl'dgg H O I 6 1 1 N ' W Compliments of PRINQIL CHARLES . RAYLASS DEPT. STORE AIR-CUNDITIONED FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA DINING ROOM I FAI'I.I'IIvII,I,L, NORTH CAROLINA Complimems of NEW YORK RESTAURANT 226 Huy Street 35 Years Under Sumc MtInIIgeIIIent FAYEITIZVILLL, NORIH CAROLINA M c C R O R Y' S 5 and IOC Store ans Huy sneer FM' I1'I Il:VlLLlt, NURIH CAROLINA HIGHLAND LUMBER COMPANY Lumlwr IIIIII Bllflllillg .S'IIpplI'0s 1 Plnnt und OIIICQS 325 Blount Street Phtmcs 3l9l and 3192 FAIII II VII I.I-, NORTH CAROLINA S. H. KRESS AND CO. FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA M. M. SMITH FURNITURE COMPANY t FURNITURE FOR EVERY HOME Wholesale and Retail A 325 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA X 'c-x X HU to the Class ol '55 BOULED UNDER AUVHORIYY OF VNE COCA COLA COMPANY BV FAYETTEVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY The Belles of fel Flora Mardi rllll Id Eat Their Fresh Fruits and Vegetables rom ,fi Q Q. 5 - FAVUTEVILLE , Sfcfff -Scif , J-NL on of 0 F.nL'rTu'11.1.L, NoR'1H C,xRu1,1N.A. f-v--w X - xxgx H atc: he r'sMQ? 5,7711 ewe I ers j T 'X PATE-DERBY CO. FAYEWEVILLE, N. c. W Why Not You? Dial 2-2131 N X .+YfiiVV 'A flrlf,-,. W,,YYi. Zlri,-fli- IUB Huy Street 2 Dial 2-ZUUU F,uE11m'l1,LL, Nfmm C'.umLlx.a Rt'gIV,S'lt'l'f'l1 le'm'le'r1v - ,-Ifm'r'iz'ul1 Ganz Sfwclfly DIANA SHOPS SlI1tlfff:'Sl in FFIIII-Ill-IIE' anrl Clll.llll'FIl.S plpparel 123-25 Hay Street : Phone 6473 FAYETTEvlLLk, NORH1 CARu1,1N,x .....-,..,-. umm- .-. -v -,pap .-Af '4a...qw f v4.4 na-4, -L,4f4.44,4,.e.f4,,,4-ful. .,- ,4-.fy.f, f' W, L14 3' --, 51 H- ,li I.-fly. A, A M. - IVI C F A D Y E N Musa and jewelry .Store St Pauls Drug Co, Inc The Rexall Store 0 c o . w f' . f 118 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Phone 223-6 ST. PAULS, NORTH CAROLINA Conzplimems of HURNEIS ,IEWELERS ROBESON OFFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERS Nationally Advertised OFFICE OU-I-FIT-I-ERS WATCHES - DIAMONDS - JEWELRY PRINTERS 5 Market Square FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA LUMBERTON' NORTH CAROLINA If You Live III SoIItlIeasterII Nortll Caroliml It's THE FI-lYETTEVlllE UBSERVER "North CHFOIIIIIGIS Oldest Newspaper" "Est. 1817" For Complete NEWS COVERAGE Try Trailways Thru-Liners Same Coach-Same Seat All the Way Daily Thru-Liner Service from Red Springs to: Charlotte Asheville Chattanooga Knoxville Nashville Memphis Wilmington Kinston and many other cities. Charter Trips a Specialty Let us help you and your group plart a trip IIT your owm "private" coach New atrfcoridtttoned buses are available tor specual trips to any point Ia North America Charter rates are often less than In- dividual fares Write or Telephone QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS CHARLOTTE, N. C. C0nIpIinI0nr.v of STERLING JEWELERS, INC. Phone 2-5174 : 211 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Conzplimenls of CUMBERLAND DAIRY FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. rl' pp 1' C0llIf7!ilIlC'IllS of M C N A I R S DEPARTMENT STORE LAURINBURG. N. C. GLAMOR SHOP GO GLAMOR -1- DRESS WELL Save Money Phone 1151 LAURINBURG. NORTH CAROLINA Complinzenrx of ROBERTS JEWELERS LALIRINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA WEWO SAMMIE'S-LOUISE SHOP Cmlzplvtef Lrzrliffs plpprlrvf LAURINIILIRG. NORTH CAROLINA W. L. THOMPSON COMPANY Wlznlryulv Frmd Pl'Utfllc'I.X' Sandwiches - Donuts - Pics - Candies. Etc Lumberton Fayetteville Laurinburg LALIRINBURG, NORTH CAROLINA Cuniefs Flour HAMMOND GROCERX LALIRINIILIRG, NORTH CAROLINA HarriII's Music Store LUMBERTON. NORTH CAROLINA Home of Baldwin Pianos and Electronic Organs Phone 3730 -112 Chestnut Street .-4-"-'QQif'+Bf,,-. f' V .Y ,tue ,L+ 111. 411. pm .z.:'fJ66S6f.1.ef, 01,11 pfg' ' f"'7"5'Y f?i' HEDGPETH PHARMACY Two Registererl Druggists Lorraine Hotel Building LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA SCARBOROUGH BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY Complete Builrling Service Fayetteville Road LLIMIIERTON, NORTH CAROLINA Good Food A ll'-C'0IIlllll0l1E'll BIanchcIrd's Restaurant "ln the Hear! of T0buc'v0lc11I1l" On U.S. Highway 301 Phone 3l36 Lum BERTON, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of A. WEINSTEIN 81 SONS LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA FREEMAN PRINTING COMPANY "Over Fifty Years of Quality Printing" D. T. LAMBETH, Manager Dial 3925 LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA JACK PAIT FURNITURE CO. Furniture - Radios - .ulpplialzces Phone 572 Chestnut Street LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA MCLEOD MOTORS, INC. CHRYSLER : PLYMOUTH Sales and Service LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 3574 INSURE WITH US FIRE -:- AUTO -:- HAIL PROTECTIVE AGENCY, INC. Phone 3217 LLIMHERTON, NORTH CAROLINA K. M. BIGGS, INC. 'STIIQ Friendly Family Store" Established 1903 Elm Street LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA Lumberton Appliance CO. o LLIIxIRI2R'ION, NORTH CAROLINA FREEMAN MOTOR COMPANY Chrysler - Plymouth NEW AND USED CARS Second and Chestnut Streets LUMBERTON, NORTH CAROLINA MORGAN MOTOR CO. RAEIIORD. NORI-H CAROLINA When Beller Aumnzuhiles Are Buill BUICK Will Build Them Compliments of THE JOHNSON COMPANY Cotton. Fertilizer. Seed. Insurance RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA WILLIAM L. POOLE INSURANCE COMPANY A RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA HOTEL RAEFORD equipped with AIR CONDITIONED CAFETERIA RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA C'lPlIlf7liHIl'lIf.I' nf HOKE CONCRETE WORKS RAI5IfORD, NORTH CAROLINA JOHNSON COTTON CO. of RAEFORD, Inc. Furrzilure, Electric' and Gas' Appliurzeem' FAST FLAME GAS SERVICE RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA THE BANK of ROWLAND DIAL 3732 ROWLAND, NORTH CAROLINA Organized 1904 Member of Federal Depnsir Inszirunee Curpuralimz RAEFORD LUMBER CO. LUMBER : BUILDING MATERIALS RAE FORD, NORTH CAROLINA Campliment.I' uf S. L. ADAMS CO. ROWLAND, NORTH CAROLINA BAUCOM APPLIANCE COMPANY RAEFORD, NORTH CAROLINA FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS MAYTAG WASHERS EASY WASHERS ZENITH RADIO AND TELEVISION SMALL APPLIANCES, ETC. Qllflllly ls of First Inzporlance Compliments of ELLIS FURNITURE STORE "Ben For Less" Phone 3632 ROWLAND, NORTH CAROLINA :Ai ,lox ,42f'.fL4',-f1S2?I4',.-Q I --,J BULLARD INSURANCE AGENCY Fire 6' Casualty "Ile Strive to Please" Phone 07 MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Austin-Gilbert Drug Company Tlze Rexall Store MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA SAFEWAY MARKET Meals - Groceries cQ' Frozen Foorls PHONE 7 MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Service Trading Company MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA MAXTON HARDWARE COMPANY HESTER-KINLAW Hurzlzvure V Paints llllfl Ivfzrizislies FURNITURE COMPANY' lNC' Builrlers Supplies BOX 306 Phone 258 Phone SS MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA "Complete Home FlH'Ill'SllIlZgSn Member Southern A.l'.l'Ul'ltlIl0lI of Colleges and Secondary Sclwals Thoroughness in Instruction S Small Classes Individual Attention - Friendly Christian Campus Atmosphere Opportunity for Personal Participation Student Activities and Athletics Standard University Parallel Freshman and Sophomore College Courses One-Year and Two-Year Business Courses Preparatory llth, 12th Grades Write for Catalog MAXTON, NORTH CAROLINA Pontiac Studebaker International Harvester Sales and Serzfive i' SINGLETON AND MCMILLAN, Inc. ir Phone 3971 RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA THE QUALHY SHOP Clollzing for the Flllllilj' 129 S. Main Strccl DIAL 5116 RED SPRINGS, Noam CAROLINA You are cordially invirezl tu vis!! FLORA'S for Ihr' lulesl in styles and fuslriom' RED SPRINGS, Noam CARULIMI Complimenls of BAXLEY-JOHNSON CH EVROLET CO., INC. RED SPRINGS, Noam CAROLINA MILK BAR Short Orders Curb Service f Lumberton Road RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA NL 8 S.IMOTOR CO. O CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH CARS Sales and Service RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA Phone 248-1 Compliments of LIBERTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA J V! I 7 XI I Iii' 7' Aitilwl 4 Graham's Department Store Co Phone 257-I RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Grtulllule To Greater Food .SKIUTIIZQS .41 Ynur FFICIIINVX' COLONIAL STORE 3rd und Main Streets RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA AGGIE'S CHAT-N-CHEW FOIIIIIUIII Servifcf Slmrl Orders A4!lllILl1ffIIf'S and Pupt'r.v Open Weekly und Sundays RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Shop in R1-'ll Springs the Home of FLORA MACDONALD COLLEGE and Wood! 5-IO-250 Stores, Inc. RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA COn1p1inIenI.v of THE SCOTTISH BANK MCNEILL CLEANERS Arrlovln SllVICl 116 South Main Street Phone 294-I RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA FOR GROCERY NEEDS Shop Your Friendly PROGRESSIVE STORES TVIAXTON - RED SPRINGS - RAEFORD NORTH CAROLINA DICDONALD'S CLEANERS QUALITY CLEANING Plume 4536 LUMBERTON ROAD RED SPRINGS. N. C. COIHIIIIIIIPIIIS of if ROBBINS MILLS IN CJ INC RED SPRINGS DIY ISIOIN 1 pl ff II ESTERN AUTO STORE RED SPRINGS NORTH Cxkollxa SANDERS FURNITURE COMPANY RED SPRINGS, NURIII C-xRul,1N,x D. M. MQMILLAN "Fnrd Pl'UlllIl4l.I Sinn' IUILI 1 RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLIINA BURROUGHS CUT RATE STORE Phone -I 71 RED SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL SUPPLIES STATIONERY SANDVN ICHES PANGBURN S CANDY TOILET ARTICLES DRINIRS General Auto Sales, Inc OLDSNIOBII E ami C NI C TRLCRS Full Lzne u Purtg Expert 1161111111118 Plwm 733I RED SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA GRANTHAM INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY PI1 mv 530 I RED SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA LENOIR S IEW EL SHOP INJTERN XTION AL Siu FR TIFFIN CRX TIL RED SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA O O 9 O Y if ww C071 im ms of N i N V - ' Af A A SAFETY - SECURITY - SERVICE Quality fezvelers I ' ff - 'Y I is ' ALLEN BUILDERS SUPPLIES Inc. LUMBER : BUILDING MATERIAL PlIOIIe 2386 RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA NEIGHBORS SHOE STORE Red Sprilzgs E.x'cl11.siIIe Shoe Store RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA PHONE 3981 D. R. "DOC" COVINGTON GOOD USED CARS 'A' Telephone 2651 RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA BODENHEIMER FURNITURE CO. -If RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR QUALITY AND SERVICE 'A' RED SPRINGS DRUG CO. Ilefzrlqlzurters for Flora .'I'1tIf'Il0l1lIlt, College .Stzulents if RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA RED SPRINGS SUPPLY CO., INC if GENERAL MERCHANTS The Friendly Store -If Fertilizers and Cotton Hardware Grocery -:- Market Building Material 'I Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery i' DIAL 3701 and 3271 RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of KENNEDY'S JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP FINE WATCH REPAIRING RED SPRINGS, N. C. "We Serve 10 Serve Again" RED SPRINGS FLORIST "Flowers For .411 Ofcasiorzs' 20-I Vance Street Phone 3691 RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Complinzents of EDEN'S FLOWER SHOP "We Wire Flowers .II1y1vl1ere" East 4th Avenue Phone 2241 RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Our Lunzberfmz Sponsors Whiting Supply Cmupzmy Sullivgm-Pa-umvk Shoes Thv ROIJPSUIIIHII. Inv. Lumlwrton Trading Cljlllljkllly. lm Ifleal Dress Slmp Sllillll Jewelers Lumlwrlon Flower COIIIIILIIIY Compliments uf IVIQKEITHAN HARDWARE f RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA s CUlIIllllIlIll'IIfX nf IVIAXTON SUPPLY CO. MAXTON. N. C. COIIIplIHIt'I1l.I' of IVIcCIRT'S PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE SUPPLIERS mul CONTRACTORS PHONE 230 MAXTON. NORTH CAROLINA POWERS FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 1 ST. PAULS, NORTH CAROLINA B. C. IVIOORE AND SOIYS, INC. ,-lir-Colzrlitionefl for Your Shopping 'Comfort PHONE 6211 RED SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA "Buy Franz Moore and Save More" .-" TOWNSENDS PHARMACY The Rexoll Store 1 C pliments of C A R O - IVI A I D DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST ICE CREAM ffhere the College Girls Meet C O M P A N Y DILLON, S. C. R S NORTH CAROLIN MARGAREF L. MCCOQGAN WILI.I.AM T. IVICCOOGAN THE PHOTO SHOP COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHONE 549-I w . . bf'OlllSIl Helgllts RED SPRINGS. NORTH CAROLINA RED GPRIINGQ NORTH CAROLINA 5 1 X eal ACCREDITED SENIOR COLLEGE FUND CONSERN ATOR1 B A B 5 and B M DEGREES Flora Macdonald Colleffe has tl1at QOlllE'll1lI1U X011 cant qlllte deecrlbe ll Hou feel ll ju-t aa -oon as xou step on the carnpua I NOIll9tl1ll10' lntanvlble but real A lx am student ts ho hae ln ed 111 the elexatlnv and enervlzlnv atmoaphere of tl1e colleve Xou sslll be told lt Q "OIIlt?llllIlU that Het- IIIIO one - heart 111111d and -oul on1eth1nU that awaken- the beat 5011161111110 that law hold of the beat 'vOITlClll1I1U that bflllffw out the be-t lt N HUITlE'll'llIlU m tl1e claearoom or plaunv baeketball Ill tl1e gs 111 or ssallurw throuvh the colleffe Harden- It s SOIll6tll1Il0' tl1at make- 1 atudent uint to work and plat and hte mth ze-t and jot and abanflonment It N0I'I1C'll1lllg a tudent Hnde at Flora Macdonald OIll?ll1lllU that ln ea 111 her and mth her durmff l1er colleffe tears NOI'I1EllllIl0' vshlch Uoeq mth her out 1IllO lxfe and make- l1er a lllllqlle person radlant III peraonallts unaelh-h 111 aplrlt and succeaeful Ill her career aa a teacher or nurse or pastor S EINNI tant or tE'Cl1Il1C13I1 or ecretlrx or Wlfe and mother or leader 111 l1er church and C0lIlIl1l1I1llX T1at C0ITl6lhlIl0' 1 the plus 111 6dl1CEll1OI1 Mll1Cl1 Flora Macdonald offers you. 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