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lei dkoto r ' mo 2oreu rrtL To Woman ' s College, her Campus, and her Life, we present the 1940 PINE NEEDLES, so that years later when college days are only a hazy memory it. may aid in recap- turing again all the light-heartedness and comradeship that college life now holds. C0 NS£ f 13 0 Cfaaaea aff fa 35227U To Mr James W. Painter we, the Senior Class, feel honored to dedicate the nineteen hundred and forty PINE NEEDLES in grateful appreciation of his fine friendship, his splendid spirit, and the continued cooperation that he has given us throughout our college days. JDj eLjcjGJti n MR. JAMES W. PAINTER LIBRARY Eight Anna M. Gove Infirmary Trail in Peabody Park Golf House Eleven The Bridge | J% Twelve Administration Building Thirteen Home Economics Building fourteen Entrance to North Dining Hal Fifteen Gd tii U 4fai£urr9 o k § f) , T) v — mil mm EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CLYDE ROARK HOEY, ex officio Chairman HENRY MAUGER LONDON, ex officio Secretary 1940: John Sprunt Hill, Walter Murphy, John J. Parker. 1 942 : Mrs. Laura Weill Cone, Miss Easdale Shaw, Hay- wood Parker. 1944: Josephus Daniels, Clarence Poe, Irvin B. Tucker. : M946: Charles Whedbee, William D. Faucette, Leslie Weil. " Term expires. The Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina was the first institution established by the state for the higher edu- cation of women. Since the founding in 1892 many changes have brought about both physical and cultural progress. In 1931 the General Assembly of North Carolina passed an act to consolidate the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the State College of Agriculture and Engineering at Raleigh, and the North Carolina College for Women, into the Greater University of North Carolina. At that time the North Carolina College for Women became the Woman ' s College of the Uni- versity of North Carolina. The Board of Trustees chosen by the General Assembly assumed control of the new university with Governor Clyde Roark Hoey Chairman of the Board of Trustees. A few months later they elected Dr. Frank Porter Graham its president. The Trustees of the Greater University of North Carolina are the Administrative directors of the school, and they endeavor not only to solve the problems of the school as a whole, but to provide for the needs of the students themselves and to keep the University abreast with the modern ideas of education. Eighteen tfon 17fbGjdl 4s ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS DR. WALTER CLINTON JACKSON Dean of Administration MISS HARRIET ELLIOT Dean of Women The cooperation and splendid spirit of Dr. Walter Clinton Jackson, Dean of Administration, and Miss Harriet Elliot, Dean of Women, contribute to the high standards of honor and understanding which exist on the campus. The Faculty and students have worked together to form a truly democratic community, and the government of the College is based upon the principles to be found in any well-organized society. Here the students find an opportunity to express their own ideas and to help develop a more ideal college spirit. The student government organization places a real responsibility upon them. The Faculty and the students have integrated their ideas into the formation of the Constitution. The law-making authority resides in a representative group of students and Faculty. All student officers are chosen democratically. It is understood that many matters such as affect academic questions, matters relating to the health of the College, the control of property, and of special cases of discipline which are outside of student jurisdiction are handled by Executive and Administrative officers. But a close cooperation of student and Faculty makes the problems few and easily solved. mo ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS DR. JULIUS I.FOUST PRESIDENT EMERITUS MISS LAURA H.COIT SECRETARY OF THE COLLEGE MR. E.J.FORNEY TREASURER MR CLAUDE EDWARD TEAGUE ASSISTANT COMPTROLLER MR. C. W. PHILLIPS DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS MISS MARY TAYLOR MOORE REGISTRAR DR. RUTHM. COLLINGS DR. GUY R. LYLE :. Hvrw five tie HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS MR. GREGORY D. IVY ART DR. ALBERTS. KEISTER ECONOMICS DR. BENJAMIN B. KENDRICK HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE MISS MARY C.COLEMAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION DR. JOHN PAUL GIVLER BIOLOGY DR. JOHN H.COOK EDUCATION MISS MARGARET MESSENGER EDWARDS HOME ECONOMICS DR. CALVIN N.WARFIELD PHYSICS MISS FLORENCE LOUISE SCHAEFFER CHEMISTRY MISSCAROLINEB.SCHOCH GERMAN DR. HELEN BARTON MATHEMATICS DR. JAMES ALBERT HIGHSMITH PSYCHOLOGY DR. CHARLTON C. JERNIGAN CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION DR RUTHM. COLLINGS HEALTH DEAN H. HUGH ALTVATER MUSIC DR. WINFIELDS. BARNEY ROMANCE LANGUAGES MRS. MARY ELLIS MARLEY COMMERCIAL DR. VICTORIA CARLSSON HYGIENE DR. JOHN ALDEN CLARK PHILOSOPHY MR. GLENN R.JOHNSON SOCIOLOGY 1W Twenty-one IN MEMORIAM MRS. ELIZABETH MclVER WEATHERSPOON Because Mrs. Weatherspoon lived among us, it will be easier at the College to stand for genuineness as opposed to sham, and for ac- curate, as opposed to slipshod work; to culti- vate the beautiful as opposed to the crude; to further what is generous and high-minded as opposed to what is petty and cheap. We believe she would ask no higher memorial. MISS VIOLA BODDIE Miss Viola Boddie lived by the same pre- cepts she taught and her high standards pro- fessional and personal were attained with characteristic perseverance. Her keen sense of humor, ready wit, clever philosophy, and impartial judgment made her loved and ad- mired by the hundreds she taught. A great teacher and a genuine lady leaves a memorial of work well done on the hearts of her students and friends. Twenty-two fiorw, fifte Uest ' THE FACULTY OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Frank Porter Graham, MA, LL.D, D.C.L., DLitt, President of the University. Julius I. Foust, PhB, LL D, President Emeritus. Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S, LL.D., Dean of Administration, Harriet Wiseman Elliott, B.A, MA, Dean of Women. Laura H. Coit, Secretary of the College. Mary Taylor Moore, Registrar. Claude Edward Teague, B.A, Assistant Controller. E. J. Forney, Treasurer. Ruth M. Collings, B A., M.D, Physician. Guy R Lyle, BA, MS.. Librarian. OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION ART Gregory D Ivy, B.S, MA., Associate Professor. Mollie Anne Peterson, Ph B., M.A, Associate Professor. Robert M. Skelton, B.S, MA, Instructor. Hermione Hamlett, B.A, M.A., Instructor. Sidney G. Warner, B.A, Instructor. Dorothy S. Mcllvaine, B.F.A, MA, Instructor. ASTRONOMY Cornelia Strong, BA, M.A, Professor. BIOLOGY John Paul Givler, Ph B , MA, Professor, Earl H Hall, B.S., M.S., Professor of Botany. Inez Coldwell, BA, Associate Professor. Archie D. Shaftesbury, BA, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology. Helen Ingraham, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor. Maude Williams, BA, M.S., Associate Professor of Physiology. Lila Belle Love, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Physiology. Albert Frederick Thiel, B.A, MA, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany. Lawrence S. Ritchie, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor. Mary Elizabeth Brummitt, B.A., Assistant. Madeline Heffner, B A., Assistant. Elizabeth Anderson, B.A, Assistant. CHEMISTRY Florence Louise Schaeffer, BA., M.A., Professor. Mary M, Petty, B.S., Professor. Elva Eudora Barrow, B.A, M.S., Associate Professor. Martha E. Smith, B.A., MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor. Kate F. Wilkins, B.A, MA, Instructor. Florence V Olson, B.A, MA, PhD, Instructor. Mary Welsh Parker, B.A, Assistant. CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION Charlton C. Jernigan, B A, MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor. Marie B. Denneen, B.A, MA, Associate Professor. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Mary Ellis Marley, Instructor. Mary Harrell, B S, Instructor. Barbara A. Perecinic, B.S, Instructor. ECONOMICS Albert S. Keister, B A, MA, Ph D , Professor. Claude Edward Teague, B.A, Professor Frederick H. Bunting, PhD, Assistant Professor. Brant Bonner, Ph B, Instructor. Elizabeth W. Donovan, B.A, MA, Instructor, EDUCATION John H Cook, B.S, B A, MA, PhD, Professor. Ruth Fitzgerald, B.S, MA, Professor. Oliver Perry Clutts, B.S, MA, Professor. Herbert Kimmel, B A , Ph M, Ph D , Associate Professor. Marie B. Denneen, B.A, MA, Associate Professor. J. A. Smith, B.Ed, MS, Associate Professor. Miriam MacFadyen, B.S, MA, Associate Professor. Anna M Kreimeier, Ph.B , MA, Assistant Professor. Betty Aiken Land, B A , MA, Assistant Professor. Anna Reger, B.A, B.S., Assistant Professor and Librarian, Training School Mary Fitzgerald, B A, Assistant Professor. Harriett Mehaffie, Ph.B, Assistant Professor. Ruth Gunter, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. Helen Krug, B S, MA , Assistant Professor. Margaret Flintom, B.A, MA, Instructor. Eugenia Hunter, B.A, Instructor. Ruth Agnes Shaver, B.A, MA, Instructor. Dorothy Allen, B.A, MA, Instructor. Cathleen Bell, B.A, B.S. in L.S, Librarian, Training School. ENGLISH William C. Smith, Ph B, L.H.D, Professor of English Language and Literature. Alonzo C. Hall, B.A , MA, Professor. William Raymond Taylor, B.A, MA, Professor. Leonard B Hurley, B.A, MA, Ph.D., Professor. Allen Tate, B.A, Professor. J. Arthur Dunn, BA, MA, Professor, Caroline Gordon, B.A, Professor. George P. Wilson, B.A, MA, Professor. Mildred Rutherford Gould, BA, MA, Associate Professor, Abigail E, Rowley, B.A, MA, Associate Professor. Nettie S. Tillett, B.A, MA, Associate Professor. James W. Painter, B.A, M.A , Associate Professor, Jane Summerell, B.A, M.A, Associate Professor. Marc Friedlander, B.A, M.A, Ph D, Associate Professor. John E. Bridgers, Jr., B A, MA, Associate Professor. May Dulaney Bush, B.A, M.A, Instructor (On leave of absence) Charlotte Kohler, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor. Margaret Virginia Shields, B A, M.A, Instructor. Mrs. James Painter, B.A, Substitute in English. Marion Tatum, B.A, Instructor. Wilbur Dorsett, B.A , M.A, Assistant in Dramatics. GERMAN Caroline B. Schoch, PhB, M.A, Professor. Klasine Elizabeth Von Westen, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor. HEALTH— Medical Division Ruth M Collings, B.A, M.D, Physician and Professor of Hygiene, Anna M. Gove, M D , Physician and Professor of Hygiene. Helen M. Deane, B A , B.S, B.M, M.D, Associate Professor. Bernice L. Eversmeyer, B.S, M.D, Assistant Physician. Hygiene Victoria Carlsson, B.S , M.Sc, M.A, PhD, Associate Professor. Mildred Pearl Harris, BA, M.A, Assistant Professor. Anne Shamburger, Instructor. HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE— History Benjamin B. Kendrick. B.S, M.A, PhD, Professor. Alex Matthews Arnett, BA, M.A, Ph.D, Professor Clarence D. Johns, B A , M A, Professor Magnhilde Gullander, B.A, M.A, Professor Vera Largent, B A, M.A, Associate Professor. Bernice Evelyn Draper, BA, MA, Associate Professor. Josephine Hege, B.A, Instructor. Eugene E Pfaff, B.A, M.A, PhD, Instructor. Kathleen T. Pfaff, BA, Instructor. Jane Lohrer, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor Catherine Strateman, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor. Political Science Harriet Wiseman Elliott, B A , M.A, Professor. Louise Brevard Alexander, B.A, Associate Professor. HOME ECONOMICS Margaret Messenger Edwards, B.S, M.A, Professor. Mabel Campbell, B.A, M.A, Professor. Viva M. Playfoot, B S , M.A , Associate Professor. Blanche Tansil, BS, MA, Associate Professor of Institutional Management. Flora White Edwards, B.S, MS, Assistant Professor. Madeleine Blakey Street, B.S, M.A, Assistant Professor. Bess Naylor Rosa, B S, M.A, Assistant Professor. Harriet Alice Naumann, BA, MS, Assistant Professor. Agnes N Coxe, B,L, B.S, MA, Assistant Professor. Lucile McMackin, B.S, M.S., Assistant Professor Bernice Allen, B.S, M.S, Field Teacher Trainer. Evelyn Howeli, B.S, Instructor. Elizabeth C. Cook, B.S, Assistant. Frances Forbes, B.S, M.S, Instructor. Mobel B. Bowers, B.S, Instructor. Helen Kirk Surrat, B.S.H.E, Laboratory Assistant iW Twenty-three THE FACULTY MATHEMATICS Helen Barton, B.A., MA, PhD, Professor. Cornelia Strong, B.A, MA, Professor. Emily Holmes Watkins, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor. MUSIC H. Hugh Altvater, B.A., Mus M, Professor of Music and Dean of the School of Music. George M. Thompson, Mus B, Mus M , Professor of Organ. Alienme Richard Minor, B.A., Associate Professor of Piano. Mary Lois Ferrell, Associate Professor of Piano. Grace Van Dyke More, Mus.B , M.S., Associate Professor of Public School Music. Ruth Hannas, B.A., MA., PhD, Associate Professor. Birdie Helen Holloway, B.A , M.S., Assistant Professor. Paul B Oncley, B.A, Mus B, Mus M, Assistont Professor, Dorothy Lee Clement, B.S, Instructor. George Edwin Henry, Mus.B, Mus.M, Instructor. Alma Lissow Oncley, Mus.B, Mus M , Instructor. George W. Dickieson, B.M, Instructor. Harper Stephens, B.A, Instructor. Elizabeth Drake, B.S, Assistant. PHILOSOPHY John Alden Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mary Channing Coleman, B.S, Professor. Hope Tisdale, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor (On leave of absence) Ethel L. Martus, B.A, M S, Assistant Professor. Christine White, BS. Assistant Professor. Dorothy Davis, B.A, M A, Assistant Professor. Edith Vail, B.S, Instructor (On leave of absence). Herbert W. Park, Instructor. Henrietta Thompson, B.S, MS, Instructor. Claire Hartsook Boyce, B.S, Assistant. Miriam A Shelden, B.S, MA, Instructor. PHYSICS Calvin N Warfield, BE, MA, Ph D, Professor. John A. Tiedeman, B.S, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor. Ruth Gill, B.S , Assistant. PSYCHOLOGY James Albert Highsmith, B A, MA, PhD, Professor. William Woodrow Martin, Ph.B, MA, Professor. Elizabeth Duffy, B.A, MA Ph D, Professor. Key L. Berkley, B.A, MA , Ph D, Associate Professor. Wilton P. Chase, B.A , M A , Ph D , Assistant Professor. Bennie Lee Craig, B A , Assistant. ROMANCE LANGUAGES Winfield S. Barney, B A, MA, Ph.D., Professor. George A. Underwood, B.A, MA, PhD, Professor. Malcolm K. Hooke, B.A, D. de I ' Universite, Professor. Meta Helena Miller, B.A, MA, PhD, Professor. Jessie C. Laird, B.A, MA, Associate Professor. Rene Hardre, Prof, des E.N, Associate Professor. Augustine LaRochelle, BA, MA, Associate Professor. Alice Katherine Abbot, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor Helen Frances Cutting, BA, MA, Assistant Professor Virginia Christian Farinholt, B.A, MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor. Katherine Taylor, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. Annie Beam Funderburk, B.A, MA , Instructor. SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Patty L Spruill, B.S, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. Maude Adams, B A , MA, Assistant Professor. G. H. Parker, B.S , MA, Assistant Professor. Adele P. Lowrance, MA, Instructor. Vance Littlejohn, B.A, B.S, M.Ed, Instructor. SCCIOLOGY Glenn R. Johnson, B A , MA, Professor. Lyda Gordon Shivers, B A, MA , LL.B , Ph D, Associate Professor. Mereb E Mossman, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. THE LIBRARY Guy R. Lyle, B.A, B.S , M.S , Professor, Librarian E. Elizabeth Sampson, B.S, Head Cataloguer. Virginia Trumper, in Charge of Periodicals. Sue Vernon Williams, BA, MA, Reference Librarian. Marjorie Hood, B.A, B A. in L.S, Head of Circulation Department. Minnie Middleton Hussey, B.A, Readers ' Adviser Treva Wilkerson, B.A, Circulation Department. Ruth Worley, B.A, B.A. in L.S , Assistant Cataloguer. Sarah Bowling, B A, BA. in L.S, Order Assistant and Secretary to the Librarian. Alice L. Boyd, B.A., MA, B.S. in L.S, Reserve Librarian and Circulation Manager. Anna M. Urban, B.A, B.A. in L.S, Reference Assistant and Instructor in Library Use PUBLIC RELATIONS Charles Wiley Phillips, B.S, MA, Associate Professor and Director of Public Relations. Virginia Terrell Lathrop, B.A, Publications. RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Wilmina Maltbie Rowland, B.S, MA, Director of Religious Activities. COUNSELORS Anne Fulton Carter, BA, Counselor in Cotten Holl Annie Beam Funderburk, B A, MA, Counselor in Mary Foust Hall lone H. Grogan, B.A, MA, Counselor in Coit Hall. Martha Elizabeth Hathaway, B.S, Counselor in Hinshaw Hall. Hazel Clark, B.S, MA, Counselor in Jamison Hall Anne Pleasants Hopkins, B.A, Counselor in New A. Hall. Ethel Haskine Hunter, Counselor in Gray Hall. Minnie L. Jamison, Counselor. Nancy Duke Lewis, B.A, MA, Counselor in North Spencer Hall Evelyn Martin, B.A, Counselor in New Guilford Hall. Mary Welsh Parker, B A, Counselor in Woman ' s Hall. Rebecca Cole, B.S, M.A, Counselor in Bailey Hall. Katherine Taylor, B.A, M.A, Counselor in New B. Hall. Anna Scott Hoye, Counselor in Anna Howard Shaw Hall. Helen Burns, Counselor in Kirkland Hall. OTHER OFFICERS Mabel Swanson, B.S, MS, Dietitian Edna A. Forney, B.A, Assistant Treasurer. Mary Alice Tennent, B A, Assistant Registrar. Esteile Boyd, Supervisor of Dormitories. Clara Booth Byrd, B.A, Alumnae Secretary. Jessie R. McLean, R.N, Nurse. Cora Jane Staton, R.N, Nurse. Bessie Doub, Assistant Dietitian. Sarah Sue Cassell, B.A, Assistant Dietitian, Mary Proctor Adderton, B.A, Manager of Book Store (First semester). Betty Brown Jester, Manager of Book Store (Second semester). Janette Stout Turner, B.A, M.A, Manager of Post Office. J. M. Sink, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds SECRETARIES AND OTHER ASSISTANTS Hallie Anthony, Department of Public Relations. Frances Foster, Office of the Alumnae Secretary. Elizabeth Gant, B.S, Office of the Dean of Music. Margaret Haigler, Office of the Registrar Edith Harwood, B.L., Office of the Registrar Mary Hasty, Department of Public Relations. Kathleen Petit Hawkins, Office of the Registrar. Sara Henry, B.A, Office of the Treasurer Annie H. Hughes, Office of the College Physician May Lattimore, Office of the Dean of Women. Mary Betty Lee, Office of the Principal of Curry Training School. Edythe Orrell Leslie, Department of Home Economics. Lillian Mebane Lovings, Mimeographing Department. Eva Cox Melvin, B.L, Department of Education. Mildred P. Newton, B A, Secretary of Admissions, Office of the Registrar. Helen Pickard, Office of the Assistant Controller. Katherine Sherrill, Office of the Deon of Women (On leave of absence). Elizabeth Yates, B.A , Office of the Dean of Administration. F rances Howell, Office of the Registrar. Twenty-four Porv fin Gjdl t COUNSELORS MISS TAYLOR MISS BURNS MISS HELEN BURNS Kirkland Ha MRS. ANNE FULTON CARTER Cotten Ha MISS HAZEL CLARK Jamison Ha MISS REBECCA COLE Bailey Ha MRS. ANNIE BEAM FUNDERBURK Mary Foust Ha MISS IONE GROGAN Laura Coit Ha MISS MARTHA ELIZABETH HATHAWAY Hinshaw Ha MISS ANNE PLEASANTS HOPKINS New A Ha M ISS ANNA SCOTT HOYE Shaw Ha MRS. J. S. HUNTER Gray Ha MISS NANCY LEWIS North Spencer Ha MISS EVELYN MARTIN New Guilford Ha MRS. MARGUERITE C. OGDEN South Spencer Ha MISS MARY WELSH PARKER Woman ' s Ha MISS KATHERINE TAYLOR New B Ha MISS CLARK mo Twenty-fir COUNSELORS AND RESIDENCE HALL LIFE Campus life centers about the fifteen residence halls which are the homes of approximately two thousand students from September until June. Each hall has a Counselor who acts as official hostess for her hall. The genuine feeling of friendship and loyalty which exist between Counselors and students creates a cooperative atmosphere and an understanding spirit. To these Counselors the students feel free to go for personal, social and academic guidance. MISS MARTIN MRS. OGDEN MISS COLE MRS. FUNDERBURK MRS. HUNTER W fJcsudUc i Twenty-six MISS HATHAWAY MISS PARKER MRS. CARTER MISS HOPKINS MISS HOYE The social life of the campus also radiates from the residence halls. Tea dances, informal dances, and teas form a vital part of the high standard of social living on the campus. mo Twenty-seien sitbuctmt . ' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION RUTHGILLMORE ELEANOR ECHOLS CELIA DURHAM VICE-PRESIDENT ANNISHINES TREASURER Unity, fortitude, and a cooperative spirit — these things make the Woman ' s College proud of the standards it has estab- lished and the tradition it has built throughout the years. Every student of Woman ' s College is a member of the Student Government Association, and the success and spirit of our organization depends as much upon the individual student as it does upon the student officers. We live together here on our campus in an atmosphere of responsible freedom, and are all working toward the same goal — to strengthen our characters, our minds, our personalities. This opportunity for self-government necessitates the serious efforts of student officers, the judicious use of powers entrusted to them, and, above all else, the loyal support of every student of the College. The responsibility is great, and our ideal is to render ourselves always worthy of the trust placed in us. Like any other democratic form of government there are three divisions of our student government organization: the Judi- cial Board, the Legislature, and the House Organization, serving in their various capacities. All student officers are chosen democratically, and they work in close cooperation with the Dean of Women and the Counselors who have charge of the resi- dence halls. Our faculty members are not to solve our problems for us, but to help us better face them, and we soon learn that they are human, friendly people, wiser with experience and study who are ready to believe in us and are glad to have our confidence and friendship. Pmti fivejdl t ' Thirty The Legislature is composed of the President of Student Government, Vice- President of Student Government, Treas- urer of Student Government, the Presi- dent of the Town Students ' Association, three members from each of the classes, two members from the first year Com- mercial class, the House Presidents, and three members from the faculty. It is the official ruling body of the college. As a representative body, the Legisla- ture strives to keep its finger on the pulse of the college, and to act accord- ingly. It strives to act according to the students ' desires and for the best in- terests of the campus as a whole. Members: Celia Durham, Chairman; Roberta Hardee, Barbara Jane Huff, Lynette Moss, Peggy Dean, Doris Gross, Florence Barnes, Rose Wilson, Nancy Ferguson, Neita Allen, Elizabeth Lamb, Dorothy Odum, Frances Radford, Nancy Scott Causey, Frances Furqueron. Faculty Members: Mrs. Carter, Miss Draper, Miss Mossman, LEGISLATURE The College Judicial Board is com- posed of the President of the Student Government Association, the Secretary of the Student Government Association, five members of the Senior Class and two members of the Junior Class. A member of the faculty is elected by the Board to act in an advisory capacity. This Judicial Board, in cooperation with the Hall Judicial Boards, handles all matters of discipline on the campus which are not specifically delegated to other authorities. The whole purpose of this Board is to Guide and Help stu- dents. Members: Rosa Baer, Eleanor Echols, Eleanor Horner, Ruth Gillmore, Carol Newby, Valerie Powell, Muriel Qua, Alice Suiter, Carolyn Willis Faculty Adviser: Miss Louise Alex- ander. JUDICIAL BOARD mo Thirty-one HOUSE PRESIDENTS Every spring the Student Body elects from the incoming senior and junior classes a house president for each of the residence halls on the campus. The seniors serve as the administrative of- ficers of Student Government in up- perclassmen halls, acting as the stu- dent advisers and presiding over the Hall Boards of those particular halls, while the juniors serve in the same capacity in freshmen halls. ANNA HOWARD SHAW HALL, Virginia Ambrose; BAILEY HALL, Elizabeth Patten; COTTEN HALL, Annie Braswell; GRAY HALL, Janet Murphy; HINSHAW HALL, Anne Boyette; KIRKLAND HALL, Dorothy Bell; LAURA CO IT HALL, Barbara Washington; MARY FOUST HALL, Rose Pully; JAMISON HALL, Alice Colder; NEW A HALL, Joy Carman; NEW B HALL, Virginia Hunter; NEW GUILFORD HALL, Lois Barnes; NORTH SPENCER HALL, Celia Hall; SOUTH SPENCER HALL Marian Fisher; WOMAN ' S HALL, Dorothv Coley. HALL BOARDS The Hall Boards, consisting of the House President of each residence hall and four girls chosen by the members of each hall, are in charge of all disciplinary matters of their group which come under their jurisdiction. In the Commercial and Fresh- man halls the House Presidents and Hall Proctors serve as Hall Boards during the first semester. It is the aim of these boards to give individual consideration and treatment to each case brought before them. ANNA HOWARD SHAW VIRGINIA AMBROSE, Presi ; MEMBERS Elizabeth Ellis, Frances Lowe, Mayme Jones, Laura Mayo. HINSHAW ANNE BOYETTE, President MEMBERS Betty Prevette, Jane Rush, Frances Furqueron, Emma Draughon. KIRKLAND DOROTHY BELL, President MEMBERS Sue Murchison, Eleanor Wade, Anna Mae Hatcher, Rhea Sykes. NEW A JOY CARMAN, President MEMBERS Martha McLean, Mary Slocum, Imogene Cashion, Dorotl NEWB VIRGINIA HUNTER, President. MEMBERS Lynette Moss, Betsy Trotter, Prather Sisk, Florence Barnes. Thirty-two NEW GUILFORD LOIS BARNES, Presidenl MEMBERS Claire Hughes, Peggy Plummer, Virginia Lee, Ruby Morgan. NORTH SPENCER CELIA HALL, President MEMBERS Kay Kemp, Mary Louise Spratt, Mary Simmons, Geraldine Rogers. MARY FOUST ROSE PULLY, President MEMBERS Marjorie Sullivan, Virginia Gardener, Hazel Kiker, Katharine Britten. SOUTH SPENCER MARIAN FISHER, President MEMBERS Thelma Hammond, Jean Dulin, Frances Henry, Frances Edwards. WOMAN ' S DOROTHY COLEY, President MEMBERS Jane O ' Connor, Maxine Eflond, Rebecca Woosley, Ellen Axley. FINANCE BOARD l J fo M fg ■ • ■ L_ i iA w-o , B r « 1 B 1 K 1 ' ■ H l _3 1 •. Chairman, Roberta Hardee; Secretary, Betsy Trotter; Treasurer, Miss Mae Latti- more; Elizabeth Falls, Mildred Haugh, Miss Nancy Lewis, Mr. Claude E. Teague, Dr. Albert S. Keister. The Finance Board supervises the financial policies of the student organizations participating in the budget, and decides upon the allocation of the student activities fee among these organizations. It also aids and guides fhe four classes in the handling of their funds. HONOR BOARD Ruth Gillmore, Rosa Baer, Valerie Powell, Alice Suiter, Miss Anne Hopkins, Dr. Char- lotte Kohler, Dr. Malcolm Hooke. The Honor Board is composed of the President of the Student Government Association, three members of the Senior Class from the College Judicial Board, and three faculty members appointed by the Dean of Administration. This Board deals with all cases of dishonesty within the college community. mo Thirty-three €£0L44JtoO 4j rti0r MASCOT MARGARET PFAFF MASCOT OF CLASS OF 1940 SENIOR CLASS SONG We praise thee today, our fair college, Our Alma Mater so true, May thy numberless daughters, wherever they roam, Be faithful and loyal to you. All hail from the proud class of ' 40! All hail to our college so dear! We will ever remember and cherish The years we will spend with you here. There is joy in the halls, on the campus; 1940 answers your call. And the torch that you hand us we ' ll keep burning high, And pledge you it never will fall. COLORS Lavender and White FLOWER Violet MOTTO " Altiora Pete " Thirty-eight Pow fiwdl 4s SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS and CHAIRMAN Mr. Painter has guided the members of his class from the beginning of their freshman year until their graduation. Through out those four years he was always near advising, suggesting, encouraging, and helping whenever and wherever needed. Fo the time and energy which he has devoted to them, members of the class of 1940 are deeply appreciative. ELIZABETH WHITE TREASURER MARTHA ADAMS SECRETARY MR. JAMES PAINTER CLASS CHAIRMAN VALERIE POWELL PRESIDENT ISABEL PALMER VICE-PRESIDENT mo Thirty-nine MARGARET ABERNETHY ELKIN A.B. History Aletheian; Inter-Faith Council (4), Con- ference Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Square Circle (1); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Sophomore Class Council; Daisy Chain (2); Wesley Foun- dation Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Wesley Players (4); Regional Vice-Presi- dent Methodist State Student Organiza- tion (4); Hall Proctor (1, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2); Committee of 100 (4); Religious Emphasis Week Committee (4). MARY NEIL ALEXANDER MATTHEWS B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Wingate Junior College (I, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Club (4). VIRGINIA F.AMBROSE CONWAY, S. C. B.S. Home Economics Adelphian, Marshal (4); Secretary of Finance Board (3); House President (4); Legislature (4); Hall Proctor (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Junior-Senior Dance Chairman (3); Senior Dance Committee (4); Adelphian Dance Committee (3); Chair- man of Student-Faculty Personnel Guid- ance Committee (4); Junior Adviser (3); Freshman Commission of Wesley Founda- tion (1); Freshman-Junior Ceremony (3). BLANCHE P. ANDERSON GREENSBORO B.S. Physical Education Dikean, Dance Committee (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Or- chesis (3, 4); Athletic Association (1,2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (4); Hockey (1, 2, 3); Speedball (3); Basketball (1, 2, 3); Gymnastics (3); Tennis (2); Baseball (1); Life Saving (3, 4), Coaching (4). MARTHA E. ADAMS GASTON I A A.B. Grammar Grade Education Dikean, Marshal (3); Class Secretary (4); Education Club (4), Vice-President (4); Archery Club (2, 3); Hall Social Chair- man. JANE BALDWIN ALLEN TROY B.S Home Economics Cornelian, Marshal (4); Meredith College (1); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor (2); Junior Council (3). BERTHA MAE AMMONS ROWLAND A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (4); Athletic Association (2, 3, 4); Tennis (2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3). REBECCA H.ANDERSON SNOW HILL A.B. Primary Education Cornelian; Hall Proctor (3); Honor Roll (3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). Forty Pmti fiwz il as SIBYL ANDERSON CLYDE B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Milligan College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4). ALICE ANDREWS MT.GILEAD B.S. Secretarial Administration SHIRLEY F.ARMENTROUT GOLDSBORO A.B. English Dikean, Marshal (4); Agnes Scott College (1, 2); Education Club (4); Young Demo- crats ' Ciub (4). JEANELLE R.ARMSTRONG GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4). SUSAN LETITIAASHBY MOUNT AIRY A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; Y.W.C A (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4)- Wesley Foundation; CAROLIN- IAN Staff (4); Hall Proctor (3). SARAH AUSTIN MONROE A.B. Mathematics Dikean; House President in Summer School; Square Circle (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Basketball (3); Baptist Student Union Council (2, 3). EMMA SHARPE AVERY GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian, Chairman Freshman Commis- sion (1), Secretary (2); Y.WC.A (3, 4); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); International Rela- tions Club (3). ELLEN COOPER AXLEY MURPHY A.B. English Cornelian; Holl Board (4); Business Staff CAROLINIAN (4); Greensboro College (1 2); International Relations Club (4). 9i0 Forty-one MARY EVELYN AYSCUE KITTRELL B S Home Economics Adelphian; Louisburg College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (4); Club (4). Education MARGIE NORA BAKER RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, S A B.S Home Economics Adelphian; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Y.W. C.A. (3); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Club (4). M. BEVERLY BARKSDALE GREENSBORO A B Socology Adelphian; Secretary-Treasurer Day Stu- dents (2); Sociology Club (3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Ath- letic Association (3, 4); Soccer (I, 2); Gymnastics (1, 2); Tennis (1, 2); Archery (2). RUTH MARIE BARNWELL EDNEYVILLE B S Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Botany Club, Y.W.C.A; Y.W. A ROSA BETTY BAER DUNN B S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Judicial Board (4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (3); Square Dance Club (3); Daisy Chain (2); Hall Proctor (1, 2). ANNA JEANNE BAREFOOT CANTON A.B. Biology Dikean; Physics Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (3, 4); Athletic Association (1); Hockey (1); Baseball (1). LOIS ROGERS BARNES WALLINGFORD, CONN. A.B. Art Aletheian; House President (4); Legisla- ture (4); Hall Board (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); Y.W.CA (1, 2, 3, 4); Art Club (2, 3, 4); Big Sister Chairman (3); Junior Adviser (3); Sophomore Y Council (2); Y Cabinet (3); Hall Proctor (1, 2, 3); Junior- Senior Dance Committee (3); Honor Roll (2); Chapel Monitor (4). FRANCES A. BARRINGER CONCORD A B Mathematics Adelphian, Pfeiffer Junior College (1, 2); Square Circle (3, 4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3,4). Forty-two ( ?eed e DOROTHY HERBERT BELL WESTFIELD, N.J. A.B. Biology Aletheian, Recording Secretary (3), Dance Chairman (3), Donee Committee Chair- man (4); House President (4); Legisla- ture (4); Sophomore Council; Junior Council; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet (4); Zoology Field Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treas- urer (2), President (3); Le Cercle Francois (I, 2); Daisy Chain (2); Repre- sentative to North Carolina Academy of Science (3); Honor Roll (1). NELL BENTON GREENSBORO A.B. Chemistry Cornelian; Chemistry Club (3, 4); Physics Club (2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Education Club (4). KATE CARL BLACK REIDSVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Sguare Circle (2); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (2). ALICE MAIEBLANCHARD HOBBSVILLE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Cornelian; Chowan College (1, 2); Y.W. CA. (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2), Secretary-Treasurer (2). ELEANOR HARRIS BELL MOORESVILLE A.B. Primary Education Dikean, Recording Secretary (3) ' YWC A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4), President (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3 4). ALICE SHELIA BERGEN OXFORD B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). MARGARET BLACK GREENSBORO A.B. Art Aletheian; PINE NEEDLES Staff (3, 4) Art Editor (4); College Club (3). (1, 2, 3, (1); Art 4), Secretary-Treasurer VIRGINIA BOGER ALBEMARLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian. mo Forty-three MARGARETTE P. BOLES CYCLE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). OLIVE VIRGINIA BRIGGS BURNSVILLE B.5. Secretarial Administration Dikean; PINE NEEDLES Staff (3, 4); YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4), Service Committee (3); Plovlikers (2); Botany Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4) Vice-President (4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (3, 4); Archery Club (2, 3, 4)- Square Dance Club (2, 3, 4); Soccer d)- Basketball (1, 2, 3); Wesley Founda- tion (1, 2, 3, 4), Council Secretary (2), Recreational Chairman (3); Sigma Chap- ter of Wesley Players (3, 4); Collegiate 4-H Club (2, 3), Secretary (3); Hall Proctor, Summer School. KATHRYN L. BRITTEN KINSTON A.B. Biology Dikean; Hall Board (4); Chemistry Club (I 2, 3); Physics Club (3); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4), Secretary- Treasurer (4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (1, 3); Honor Roll (1,3). GERALDINE F.BROOKS ROXBORO B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Physics Club (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4). HILDA GRAY BRADY FRANKLINVILLE A.B. Art Cornelian; PINE NEEDLES Staff (2, 3); CORADDI Staff (2); CHANTECLAIR Staff (2); Honor Roll (I); Art Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Square Circle (I, 2). MARY RACHEL BRIGHT NEW HILL A.B. English Cornelian; University of North Carolina Summer School (2); YWCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (4). DOROTHY BROCK ELIZABETH CITY A.B Primary Educ ation Cornelian; Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Wesley Founda- tion (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3), First Vice-President (4). WADIE LUCILLE BROOKS TARBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Hall Proctor (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff (3, 4), Class Editor (3, 4); Y.W.CA. (1, 2), Y Council (1, 2); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (1, 2, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2); Basketball (I). Forty-four Howe, rWi DOROTHY BROTHERS LAGRANGE A.B. Sociology Adelphian; CORADDI (4), Circulation Manager (4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Square Dance Club (2). BARBARA OLIVE BROWN BROOKLINE, MASS. A.B. Dikean; Legislature (1, 2); Masqueraders (3, 4), Cabinet (4); Y.W.C.A. (I); Play- likers (2, 3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3); Archery Club (2); Archery (2). EVELYN HARRIS BROWN ROCKY MOUNT A.B. Art Aletheian; CAROLINIAN (4), Art Editor (4); CORADDI (4), Art Staff (4); Appa- lachian State Teachers ' College (I); Art Club (3, Club (4). 4), President (4); Education MARTHA K. BROWN GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Town Students ' Judicial Board (3); Junior Dance, Reception Chairman; Senior Dance, Figure Chairman. ADELAIDE J. BROWN ASHEVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Montreat Junior College (1, 2); University of North Carolina (3); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Chi Omega Sorority. DOROTHY ADA BROWN SALISBURY A.B. Primary Education Cornelian, Vice-President (4), Program Chairman (4); Education Club (4); In- ternational Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (3); Square Dance Club (3); Hall Proc- tor (1); Daisy Chain (2); Junior Adviser; Hall Board (3), Secretary (3). KATHERINE M.BROWN CONCORD A.B. History Aletheian; Brevard Colleg e (I, 2); Square Circle (3); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). MARY BETTY BROWN TAYLORSVILLE A B Mathematics Cornelian; Square Circle (2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3). mo Forty-five NANCY E.BROWNE WILSON A.B. Primary Education Dikean, Marshal (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4)- Education Club (4); Dance Commit- 1); Hall Proctor (2, 4). ANNE GARVIN BURNETT ROCKY MOUNT B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; St. Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2); Education Club (3). DORIS MAE BUTLER CLINTON A.B. English Aletheian; St. Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2); College Choir (3); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). JOY CARMAN POINT PLEASANT, N J. A.B. Sociology Adelphion, Recording Secretary (2); Leg- islature (2, 3, 4); House President (4); Class Vice-President (1); Alpha Kappa Delta ' 3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4), Vice- President (4), Dolphin Club (I, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), A. A. Cabinet (4); Soccer Varsity (1 2)- Speedball Varsity (2); Swimming Varsity (1, 2, 3); Life Saving (1, 2, 3, 4), Head Coach (4). MARY DELL BUDD MT. VERNON SPRINGS B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Y.W.CA (1. 2, 3, 4). BETTY BURNS FAIRMONT B.S Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4). MABEL G.CADDELL HOFFMAN B.S Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). ELICIAH CAROON NEW BERN B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Treasurer (3), Marshal (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Motion Picture Committee. forty-six Pow f? edU 4s MILDRED I NEZCAROON KINSTON A.B. French Aletheian; Flora Macdonald College (1); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Classical Club (3, 4). ELEANOR CASHWELL GASTON I A A.B Mathematics Aletheian; Mars Hill Junior College (1, 2); Square Circle (3, 4); (4). Education Club MARGARET W.CHAFFEE MORGANTON A.B. Primary Education Aletheian, Marshal (4); Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Sophomore Pageant 12); St. Mary ' s Vestry (1, 2); St Mary ' s Junior Class Chairman (3). JOYCE H.CHAMBLISS REIDSVILLE A.B French Adelphian; Class Poet (4); CORADDI (4); CHANTECLAIR Staff (4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4), YWC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4 ); Wesley Players, Sigma Chapter; Quill Club (4). MARY E. CARSON STATESVILLE B.S. Home Economics Aletheian; Mars Hill Junior College (I, 2); Y.W.C.A. (3); Home Economics Club (3, 4). BERNICER. CHADWICK NEW BERN B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphion, Corresponding Secretary (2); Square Circle (1); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (2); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4). HELEN E.CHAFFIN LILLINGTON A.B. English Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). DAISY B.CHAMNESS BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. B.S Physical Education Aletheian; Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Athletic Association (1,2, 3, 4); Hockey (1, 2, 3), Basketball [], 2, 3); Tennis (1, 2, 3); Life Saving; Vice- President of Presbyterian Organization (4). mo Forty-seven VIRGINIACHANCE HENDERSONVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean, Donee Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. (1 2 3 4); Education Club (3, 4); Life Saving (1); Seal Club (1). MARY E. CHURCH ROARING RIVER A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Play- likers (1, 2, 3, 4); Zoology Field Club (4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (1, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Basketball (1); Freshman Plays; Riding Club; International Relations Club (4). BETTY CAROL CLUTTS GREENSBORO A.B. History Adelphian; Editorial Board of CAROLIN- IAN (4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4), Program Chairman (3), Publicity Chairman (4); Education Club (4), Secretary (4); International Rela- tions Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). HELEN L.COHEN PORT CHESTER, N.Y. B S. Physical Education Aletheian; Square Dance Club (2); Ath- letic Association (4); Hockey (2, 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3,. 4); Tennis 2, 3, 4); lb (3, 4), President (4). CHRISTINAS. CHANGARIS DURHAM A.B. Art Adelphian; Freshman Commission; Legis- lature (1); Sophomore Pageant; Junior Shoppe Manager (3); CORADDI (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (2); Play- l.kers (3, 4); Art Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Pub- licity Chairman (2); Le Cercle Francois 12); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary- Treasurer (4); Athletic Association Cab- inet (4); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (3). BERNICEF. CLEIN GREENSBORO B.S Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Honor Roll (1,2). MARY ROUTH COCHRAN ROCKY MOUNT B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Hall Board (3); Virginia In- tention t College (1, 2). MILDRED A. COLEMAN NORLINA B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Wesley Foundation Council (4), Second Vice-President (4). Forty-eight Pow ffe cUe DOROTHY F. COLEY RALEIGH B.S. Physical Education Cornelian; House President (4); Hall Board (3); Archery Club (2, 3, 4), Vice- President (3); Hockey (1,2, 3, 4), Varsity (1, 2, 3); Speedball (2, 3), Varsity (2, 3), Sport ' s Head (3); Basketball (!, 2, 3); Gymnastics (2, 3, 4), Varsity (2, 3), Sport ' s Head (4); Baseball (1, 2, 3), Varsity (1, 2, 3); Archery (1, 2); Camp Committee (3, 4); Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4), Council (2). VIRGINIA RUTH CONNOR ASHEVILLE B S Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4). JEANM. COONEY TRENTON, N.J. B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Staff (4); Y W C.A. (1, 2, 3); Sociology Club (3) Chemistry Club (1, 2), Secretary (2) International Relations Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2); Young Democrats ' Club (3). MARIAN COX WINTERVILLE B.S. Music Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (3), Vice-President (4); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2). JOSEPHINE A. CONLEY WILSON B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Atlantic Christian College (1); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Mem- bership Chairman (4); Saint Mary ' s Vestry. ALICE LOUISE COOGAN BRYN MAWR, PA B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; CAROLINIAN Circulation Staff (1); Square Dance Club (1); Hall Proc- tor (2, 3). ROBERTA L. COWLES GREENSBORO A B. History Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Y Council (1, 2); International Relations Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (4); Committee of 100 (4). GERTRUDE E. CRABTREE BAHAMA B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Louisburg College ' 1, 2); Home Economics Club (4). Club (4); Education iBHHRBIU mo Forty-nine LOUISE CRAFT PITTSBORO B.S. Home Economics CAROLYN LYLE CROOK EAST HADDAM, CONN. A.B English Cornelian; Y.W C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3); Der Deutsche Verein (2); American Students Union (3, 4); Social Committee, Gray Hall (1); Librarian, Dormitory Library (4); Library Book Contest, 2nd Place (3). RUTH W. CROTTY BROOKLYN, N. Y. A.B. Primary Education Dikean; CAROLINIAN Staff (4); Y.W.C. A (1, 2, 3, 4); PlayNkers (2); Education Club 14); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Basketball (1); Sigma Chapter of Wesley Players (3, 4), Secretory (4); Co-Chair- mon of Decorations for Senior Dance. HELEN CUNNINGHAM MONROE B.S. Music Cornelian; Westhampton College (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (4), Cabinet (4); College Choir, Orgonist (3, 4); Madrigal Club; Honor Roll (3). VIRGINIA DARE CRAVER LEXINGTON A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (3); Education Club (3, 4); Speak- ers ' Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (3); Collegiate 4-H Club (2). LEAH CROOM WILMINGTON B S. Home Economics Cornelian; Home Economics Honor Society (3, 4); Masqueraders (3, 4); Playlikers (2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4), Wardrobe Mistress (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 3); Honor Roll (2); Junior Adviser. MATTIER. CROWELL RICHFIELD B.S. Home Economics Dikean; Pfeiffer Junior College (1); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4), Education Club (4). EDITH GRAY DANIEL ELM CITY A.B. French Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3, 4); Hall Proctor (3); Health Board (4). Fifty P( M fl MZjdl 4s r ' fc NAOMI B.DANIEL ROXBORO A.B. Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Physics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). REBECCA PAGAN DAVIS DUNN A.B. Art Dikean; St. Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2); Art Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club. KATHERINEL. DAWSON NEW BERN B.S. Home Economics Dikean; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Vice-President Collegiate 4-H Club. DOROTHY T. DENNIS LOCH ARBOUR, N.J. B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Dance Committee (4); PINE NEEDLES (4); Y.W.C A (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3); Square Dance Club (2, 3); Athletic Association (3, 4); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4); Speedball (1); Basketball (1, 2); Gymnastics (1); Tennis (I, 2, 3, 4); Archery (1); Golf (3, 4), Sports Leader (3, 4); Riding Club (3, 4). MAY DAVIDSON HUNTERSVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Y.W.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (2). BETSY DAVISON LEAKSVILLE B.S. Music MARY ELIZABETH DAY WILMINGTON B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Staff (4); Edu- cation Club (4); Archery Club (3); Square Dance Club (1, 2). JEAN DEWEY GOLDSBORO S. Secretarial Administration mo Fifty-one CARMELITA C DICKSON BOOTHBAY HARBOR, ME. A B. Sociology Aletheion; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Soci- ology Club (3, 4); Botony Club (3); Education Club (4); International Rela- tions Club (3, 4). NANCY CAROLYN DOWD CARTHAGE B S Home Economics Cornelian; YW.CA (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4). FRANCES L. EDWARDS ASHEVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Hall Board (4); CAROLINIAN; PINE NEEDLES; YW.CA (1, 2, 3, 4); International Relations Club (4); The String Choir (2, 3); Orchestra (1, 4). INDIA MAXINEEFLAND EFLAND B S. Secretarial Administration Dikean, Dance Chairman (3), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Orchesis (1); Clog- ging Club (I, 2); Archery Club (2, 3); Volley Ball 11, 2); Dance Chairman, Mock Junior-Senior (2); Dormitory Social Chair- man (1); Hall Board (4). MARIE DIMMETTE GASTON I A A.B. Cornelian; YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Chem- istry Club (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Archery Club (2, 3); Athletic Association (2, 3); Honor Roll (2, 3). CELIAD. DURHAM CHAPEL HILL A.B. Chemistry Aletheion; Hall Judicial Board (2); House President (3); Vice-President Student Government (4); Legislature (3, 4); PINE NEEDLES (2); CAROLINIAN (2, 3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Freshman Council (1), Treasurer (2), Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Vice- President (3); Finance Board (3); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. WILHELMINAEFIRD ALBEMARLE B S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian, Marshal (3), Dance Commit- tee (2), Vice-President (4), Dance Chair- man (2); Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3); House President (3); Holl Boord (3); Legislature (3). RUTH BRAGG ELLER GREENSBORO A.B. Cornelian; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Edu- cation Club (4). Fifty-two Pon f?GedU 4s MARYO. ELLINGTON ROCKY MOUNT A.B. English Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). GRACE MATILDA ELLIS WINSTON-SALEM B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Y.WC.A. (2); College Choir (4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Square Dance Club (2); Swim- ming (1, 2). MARGERY E. FAISON CHESTER, PA A.B. Art Aletheian, Marshal (4); Y.WC.A. (1); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); Art Club (2, 3, 4); Dining Room Hostess (4); Aletheian Dance Committee (3); Junior Dance Committee; Junior Adviser. MARIAN E. FISHER NORTHAMPTON, MASS. B.S. Home Economics Adelphian, Marshal (4); House President (4); Legislature (4); President of Student Government, Summer School; Inter-Faith Council (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Life Saving (2); Sophomore Jacket Chairman; Daisy Chain (2). ELIZABETH V.ELLIS GOLDSTON A.B. English Aletheian; College Social Chairman (4); Hall Board (4), Secretary (4); Hall Proc- tor (3); Chairman Bulletin Board Com- mittee (3); PINE NEEDLES (4), Literary Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4), Y Council (1, 2); Botany Club (2, 3); Edu- cation Club (4); Chairman of Student- Faculty Social Standards Committee (4); Student Head of Dining Room (4); Junior Adviser; Honor Roll (1); Junior-Senior Dance Committee; Aletheian Donee Com- mittee (4). PHOEBE LOUISE ENNIS RALEIGH A.B. History Cornelian; Peace Junior College (1, 2) Square Circle (3, 4); Education Club (4) International Relations Club (3, 4) Young Democrats ' Club (4); Athletic Association (3, 4); Basketball (3); Life Saving (3). MARALYN FINKLEHOFFE SPRINGFIELD, MASS. A.B. Sociology Cornelian; Sociology Club (2, 3, 4); Edu- cation Club (4); International Relations Club (2); Young Democrats ' Club (4); CHANTECLAIR Staff (3). ANN MARIA FOX STALEY A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Junior Adviser; Hall Proctor (3). mo Fifty-three VIRGINIA FRANCIS KING B.S. Home Economics Aletheian; Mors Hill College (1, 2); Edu- cation Club (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4). PEARLER. FRICK SALISBURY A.B. English Dikean; Pfeiffer Junior College (I); Bre- vard Junior College (2); College Choir (3); Education Club (4). JULIA EVELYN FULLER FRANKLINTON B S Physical Education Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3. 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Archery Club (3, 4); Square Donee Club (4). MARY FRANCES FUTRELL NASHVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Meredith College (1, 2); Educa- tion Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, RUTH MAY FRETZ JACKSON HEIGHTS, N Y. A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; Education Club (4); Square Dance Club (1, 2, 3); Riding Club (3, 4). MARY RUTH FRYE CARTHAGE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (3); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Honor Roll (3). KATHRYN V. FULLER SPRUCE PINE B.S. Music Adelphian; College Choir (2, 3); College Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein (1); College Orchestra (I). MARJORIE L.GALLAGHER CHARLESTON, S C A.B. Biology Dikean; Chemistry Club (2); Physics Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (2, 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2); Baseball Varsity Fifty-four Howe, fiwdl t ' MARION GALLOWAY GREENSBORO 3.S Secretarial Administration VIRGINIA A. GAYLORD PANTEGO A.B. English Dikean; Y.W.CA (1,2, 3, 4); Chairman of Poetry Committee for Musical Vespers of Y.W.CA. (4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); Program Committee (4); Le Cercle Fran- cois (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Clogging Club (3, 4). ALICE REBEKAH GILBERT FAYETTEVILLE A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; Y.W.CA. (2); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). VELORA D.GILLIAM ELON COLLEGE B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Hall Proctor (3); Y.W.CA (1, 2, 3, 4), Publicity Committee (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); 4-H Club (3, 4). VIRGINIA C.GARDNER MURFREESBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Chowan Junior College (1, 2); Hall Board (3). LISETTEAVRIL GENTLES UPPER MONTCLAIR, N.J. A.B. English Adelphian; Alpha Psi Omega (2, 3, 4); University of North Carolina (3); Y.W.C A. (1, 2), Cabinet — Scenic Technician, Cabinet Stage Manager (4); Zoology Field Club (1); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 4); Dolphin Club (1, 2, 4); Hockey (1); Basketball (1); Baseball (1), Varsity (1); Masqueraders (2, 4). BESSIE A. GILLAM MORGANTON A.B. Grammar Grade Educ ation Cornelian; Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3,4); Educa- tion Club (4); Volley Boll (3, 4). RUTHG. GILLMORE WALPOLE, MASS. B.S. Physical Education Dikean; Judicial Board, Secretary (3), Chairman (4); Student Government, Sec- retary (3), President (4); Legislature (4); Chairman Honor Board (4); Class President (2); Daisy Chain (2); Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging Club (1, 2, 3); Athletic Association, Cabinet (2), Points Chairman (2), Hockey Head (3); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity (1, 2, 3, 4); Volley Ball (II; Speedball (2, 3), Varsity (2, 3); Basketball (1, 2, 3); Swimming (1, 2), Varsity (1, 2); Gymnastics (1, 2, 3), Varsity (1, 2, 3); Tennis (1, 2, 3); Life Saving (1); Camp Committee (2, 3, 4); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES (3). mo Fifty-five MAURI NEGODBEY WINSTON-SALEM B S Home Economics Aletheian, Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); String Choir (1). RUTH GORDON PITTSBORO A.B. English Aletheian; Hall Proctor (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4), Literary Editor (4); Physics Club (2. 3); Square Circle (1); Education Club (4); International Rela- tions Club (3, 4). EDITH EVELYN GREESON BURLINGTON B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; College Choir (1); Education Club (4); International Relations Club 14). KATHARINE R. GRIFFIN SANFORD A.B. French Cornelian; Y.W.C.A (!, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); Inter- national Relations Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3, 4); Junior Adviser; Honor Roll (3). SUSAN EMILY GOODRUM DAVIDSON B S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Business Staff; Davidson College (1, 2); Education Club (3). JOSEPHINE GORE TABOR CITY B S Physical Education Dikean; Y.W.C.A (1, 2, 3, 4); Colleg5 Band (4); Educati on Club (3, 4); Or- chesis (3); Seal Club (4), Square Dance Club (3, 4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer (I, 2, 3); Volley Ball (2) Speedball (3), Swimming (1, 2, 3); Gym nasties (2, 3); Tennis (2); Baseball (1) Life Saving (2, 3), Hall Proctor (3) ELLEN JEANNE GRIFFIN DUBUQUE, IA B S Physical Education Dikean; Junior Class President; Y.W C A (1, 2, 3, 4), Recreation Chairman Fresh- man Y Clubs (3), Ex Officio Cabinet (4); Education Club (3, 4); Archery Club (2, 3, 4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4); Speed- ball (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Gymnastics 2, 3, 4); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Student Head (2); Archery (2); Life Saving (I); Honor Roll (1); Dormitory Social Choirman (2), Camp Committee (2, 3, 4); Sports Day Chairman (3); Camp Counselor ' s Club (4); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (3). GERTRUDE E GRIMES GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, CAROLINIAN Staff (4); Play- likers (I, 2, 3); Le Cercle Francois (2); String Choir (1, 2, 3); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Vice-President Baptist Student Union (4); Orchestra (4). Fifty-six 1toru fif uUe JANET VANNEARGRONER SOUTH ORANGE, N J. A.B. Chemistry Cornelian; Chemistry Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4), Educa- tion Club (4); Honor Roll (1, 2). CELIA ELIZABETH HALL NEW BERN B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian, Marshal (3); Chairman, Big Sister Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3. 4); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Fran cais (2), Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4) Freshman Commission; Daisy Chain (2) House President (4); Hall Board (3, 4) Hal l Proctor (1, 2); Legislature (4) Committee of 100 (4). SARAH LANYOEX HALL MT ULLA B.S- Home Economics and Science Aletheian, Junior Adviser; Home Economic Honor Society (3, 4); Secretary, College Choir (2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (3); Physics Club (1, 2i; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3), Secretary (4); Education Club (4); Presbyterian Student Council LETTIEHAMLETT THOMASVILLE A.B. Sociology LOISZEBLEYGUYER HADDON HEIGHTS, N J. A.B. French Cornelian, Dance Committee (4); CARO- LINIAN (3), Circulation Manager (3); PINE NEEDLES (3 4), Assistant Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Square Circle (1, 21; Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4), Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (I, 2, 3, 4), Honorary Varsity (3, 4); Basketball (1, 2); Junior Adviser; Junior Council; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES FRANCES HUNT HALL ZEBULON A.B. History Adelphian; CAROLINIAN (3, 4); Inter- national Relations Club (3)- Der Deutsche Verem (I, 2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Treasurer (3), Secretary (4); Archery Club (1, 2); Soccer (3); Archery (1), Golf Club (4); St. Mary ' s Vestry (2, 3, 4); Honor Roll (3). NANCY HAM GREENSBORO B S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian ANGELA P. HAMMOND CRANFORD, N J A.B. History Adelphian, Hall Board (31; Sophomore Council, Honor Roll (1); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4), Secretory-Treasurer (3), Program Chair- man (4i; Le Cercle Francois (1, 2); Archery Club (2); Hockey (I, 2); Basket- ball (I, 2); Baseball (1); Archery (2). mo Fijty-seven THELMA E. HAMMOND MAPLEWOOD, N.J. A.B. Alefheian; Hall Board (4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4). ROBERTA ROSE HARDEE DURHAM A.B. Biology Dikean; Hall Proctor (1); Legislature (4), Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3 4) General Cabinet (3), Executive Cab met (4); Chemistry Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Medical Technologist Club (3, 4), Presi- dent (4); Archery Club (1, 2); Tennis (3)- Archery (1, 2); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (4). PAULINE HARDWICKE WAKE FOREST A.B. Biology Aletheian; Physics Club (3, 4); Botany Club (4); Zoology Field Club (3, 4), Chairman Program Committee (4), Presi- dent (4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Hall Proctor. JEANHARTSOOK GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian Marshal (4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4); Clogging Club (3, 4); Athletic Association (3, 4); Speedball ' 3); Junior Orchesis (3); Freshman Dance Committee; Senior Dance Committee, Committee of 100; Town Students ' Dance Chairman (4). EDITH H. HAMRICK BOILING SPRINGS A.B. English Dikean Boiling Springs Junior College (1 2); Education Club (4). GRACE W.HARDING WASHINGTON B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian, Marshal (4), Treasurer (3); Sophomore Council; Education Club C3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Daisy Chain (2). JEANETTEHARRY GROVER .5. Secretarial Administration NETTIE ANN IS HARVEY MONCKS CORNER, S. C. B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Lander College (1); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4) (4). Education Club Fifty-eight yri five He FRANCES F. HARWARD APEX B S. Music Aletheian; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3). MARY F.HAWKINS WAYNESBORO B.S. Home Economics Dikeon; Ploylikers (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Archery Club (1, 2); St. Mary ' s House Vestry (2, 3, 4). MARY MILLER HEFFNER LENOIR B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Meredith College (1); Playl ikers (4); Home Economics Club (2); The String Choir (2, 3, 4). EMMA V.HEMPHILL GREENSBORO A.B. English Adelphian, Education Club (4); Town Students ' Organization (1, 2, 3, 4). MILDRED HAUGH SHORT HILLS, N.J. B.S Home Economics Adelphian, Publicity Chairman; Judicial Board (3); Class Banner Committee (1); CAROLINIAN, Editorial Board (4); Y.W. CA (1, 2, 3, 4), President of Freshman and Sophomore Councils, Cabinet (1, 2, 3), Secretary (3), Publicity Chairman (3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); Manager of Col- lege Tavern (4); Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3); Senior Dance Committee (4); Finance Board (4). BEATRICE J. HAYMAN CHARLOTTE B.S Secretarial Administration Aletheion; CAROLINIAN (3, 4); CHAN- TECLAIR (2, 3, 4), Assistant Business Manager (3), Business Manager (4); Honor Roll (2, 3); Le Cercle Francois (4). MARY ELLEN HEGE LEXINGTON A.B. English and History Cornelian; Hall Proctor (2, 3); CARO- LINIAN, Reporter (4); Editor, THE EYE (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); CHANTE- CLAIR (4); Sigma Chapter of the Nation- al Society of Wesley Players (2, 3, 4), Custodian of The Wardrobe (2), Secre- tary (3), President (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2), Inter-Collegiate, Inter-Racial Commission (3, 4), Religious Emphasis Week Com- mittee (4), Platforms Committee (4); Botany Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2, 3, 4), Chairman of Publicity (3), President (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Fran- cois (1, 2, 3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Junior Adviser; Debating Team (3, 4), Student Chairman of Debating (4). DOROTHY HERBERT GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration mo Fiftytiirte ELOISE HERRING FAYETTEVILLE B S Home Economics Alefheian; Home Economics Honor So- ciety (3, 4), President (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) Education Club (4); Archery Club (4). MARYCECILEHIGGINS GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Marshal (4); Legislature (4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (3); Square Circle (1); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Town Student Organization, Secretary-Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3), President (4), Dance Committee (2); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES REBECCA I HOLLOWELL EDENTON A.B. English Adelphian; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Y WC.A. (3); College Choir (3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein (4). BEVERLEY E. HOLMES LEAKSVILLE B.S. Music Aletheian; Hall Board (2); YW.C.A. (1); Playlikers 0, 2, 3, 4); Masqueraders 1 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 4); College Choir (1, Allege Bond 11 2, i, 4), Presi- dent (3); Orchesis (2, 3). JANE HERRING CLINTON A.B. Art Dikean; PINE NEEDLES Staff (3); COR- ADDI Staff (3, 4), Art Editor (3, 4); Art Club (I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Education Club (4); Junior Adviser. ELIZABETH HIGHTOWER WADESBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Meredith College (1, 2); Edu- cation Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). KATHRYN L. HOLMAN GREENSBORO A.B. English Aletheian; CORADDI Staff (4); Quill Club (3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4), Physics Club (I, 2, 3); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Classical Club (3, 4). HALLIE E.HORNER BURLINGTON A.B. Chemistry Adelphian, Marshal (4), Dance Commit- tee (2, 4); House President (3); Legisla- ture (2, 3); Judicial Board (4); Junior Dance Committee; Daisy Chain (21; Senior Donee Committee; Chemistry Club (3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES. Sixty P( ri fifw ilest ' ALICE BLANC HE HORTON WENDELL B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Y.W.A. (1, 2, 3, CAROL COOPER HOWARD ST PAULS B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y W.C A (1, 2); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4), Inter- national Relations Club (4). VIRGINIA L HOWARD ASHEVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; CAROLINIAN Staff (2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4), Education Club (3, 4), Le Cercie Francois (2); String Choir 11, 2); Masqueraders (3, 4). HELEN G. HOWERTON ASHEVILLE A.B. Art Adelphian; St Genevieve of the Pines (1, 2); Art Club (3, 4). BETSY CREDLE HOWARD RALEIGH A.B, Art Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1); Botany Club (4); Education Club (4). ELINOR CLAIRE HOWARD CONCORD B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian, Y.WCA (1); Education Club (3, 4). VIRGINIAANN HOWELL MORGANTON A.B. Primary Education Adelphian, Y.W.C.A. (1), College Band (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3), Archery Club (4); St. Mary ' s Club, Hall Proctor (4); Honor Roll (3); Sophomore Pageant. PAULINE HUDSPETH YADKINVILLE B.S Home Economics Adelphian; Maryville College (1, 2); Col- lege Band (4); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (3, 4); Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Y.W.A (4), Circle Leader (4) mo Sixty-one BARBARA JANE HUFF PLAINFIELD, N.J. B S- Home Economics Adelphian, Marshal (4); Legislature (4); Student Government Dance Committee (3); Senior Dance Chairman (4); Daisy Chain Chairman (2); Junior-Senior Donee Commit ' ee (3); Sophomore Donee Com- mittee ' Junior Adviser, Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor. CLAIRE HUGHES WILMINGTON B.S. Secretarial Administration ELIZABETH HUNNICUTT ASHEVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian, Donee Chairman (3), Class Cheerleader (2); YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4), Y. Council (2); Athletic Association Camp Committee (3); Dormitory Social Chair- man (4); Daisy Chain (2); Traffic Chair- man (3). VIRGINIA RIVES HUNTER PETERSBURG, VA B S. Home Economics Adelphian, Marshal (3); House President (4); Legislature (4); Orchesis (1, 2). MARGARET L. HUFF GREENSBORO A.B. Biology Aletheian; Maryville College (1); Honor Roll (I); College Band (4); Sociology Club (3); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein (3). MARY LOUISE HUGHES ELIZABETH CITY B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian, Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). BARBARA HUNT GREENSBORO A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; YWCA (2); Playlikers (2); Botony Club (4); Education Club (3, 41, Archery (4). ANN HUNTINGTON ELMIRA, N Y A.B. Sociology Cornelian; CORADDI Business Staff (3); YWCA Council (2); Sociology Club (3, 4); Education Club (3); Speakers ' Club (2); International Relations Club (3); Le Cercle Francois (2); Debating Team (2). Sixty too VmTV fJ LGjdl 4s FRANCES E. INGRAM NORWOOD .S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Education Club (4) Staff (3, 4). CORADDI HENRIETTA D.JACKSON WEEKSVILLE B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4). SARAH B. JOHNSTON CONCORD B.S. Music Aletheian; College Choir (3, 4); Glee Club (4); Madrigal Club (3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Pfeiffer Junior College (1, 2). LOU ISA GRANT JONES WILMINGTON A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; St, Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). PATRICIAANNE IRWIN BRADLEY BEACH, N, J. A.B. English Dikean; Y.WCA, (1, 2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 4), Business Manager (3), President (4); Le Cercle Francois (1. 2); Masqueraders (3, 4), President (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y Council (1, 2); Alpha Psi Omega (4); Dramatics Committee (3, 4); May Day Committee (4). LILLIAN M.JOHNSON HOLLY SPRINGS A.B. Primary Education Cornelian; Louisburg College (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (3). FAYEVIRGINIAJOINES SPARTA A.B. English Dikean; Mars Hill College (1,2); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). PATSY HAUGHTON JONES GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; St, Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2). mo Sixty-three SARA SCOTT JOYNER WILSON B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Louisburg College (1, 2); Educa- tion Club (4). MARY WADE KEARNS PLEASANT GARDEN B.S- Secretarial Administration JOSEPHINE M. KELLOGG WILSON B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; CAROLINIAN Reporter (3, 4), Y.W.C.A (1, 2, 3, 4), Council (1); Athletic Association; Tennis (2) MRS. BESSIE R. KERBAUGH NORTH WILKESBORO A.B. English DOROTHY D. KANIPE ASHEVILLE A.B. Primary Education Aletheian, Y W.C.A. (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (2, 3, 4). SARA KELLER GASTON I A A.B. Biology Cornelian; Alpha Psi Omega (3, 4); Y.W. CA (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (2, 3), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Masqueroders (2, 3, 4), Zoolo- gy Field Club (4); Le Cercle Francois II, 2); Archery Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Ath- letic Association (1, 2 3, 4), Hockey (1, 2); Basketball (1, 2); Swimming (2, 3, 4); Tennis (1); Archery (1, 2, 3, 4), Coach (2, 3, 4); Life Saving (2, 3, 4); Lutheran Student Association (I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3). MARGARET C. KENNETTE GREENSBORO B.S. Physical Education Dikean; Honor Roll (1); Education Club (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Hockey (3); Soccer Varsity (1, 2); Speedboll (1, 2, 3, 4), Coach (3, 4); Gymnastics (3); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), Sports Leader (4); Archery (2, 3); Life Saving (1, 2, 3, 4), Coach (2, 4); Seal Club (4). EUNICE BALDWIN KING RALEIGH A.B. History Adelphian; Legislature (2), Secretary (3); CAROLINIAN Reporter (31; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Inter-Faith Council (3, 4); Y. W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4). Sixty-four P m rW ei FRANCES KING HENDERSONVILLE A.B. History Aletheian; Brevard Junior College (1, 2). DOVIE JOHNSON KINLAW LUMBERTON B S Home Economics Adelphian; Y.W.CA (1); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Finance Chair- man (4); Education Club (3 4); Archery Club (2, 3); Y.W.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Student Union Council (1, 2); Chapel Monitor (4). ALMAE. KIRSTEIN ASHEVILLE B.S Music Adelphian; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2). ANNIE LEE KNOX BEAR POPLAR B S Home Economics Dikean; PINE NEEDLES Staff (2); YW CA (3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), President (4); Education Club (4), Social Chairman (4); Danforth Foundation Fellowship (4); Junior Adviser; Hall Proc- tor (4). DORA LAVELLE KINLAW LUMBERTON B S. Home Economics Cornelian; Hall Proctor (2); Y.W.CA. (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.A. (I, 2, 3, 4), Circle Leader (2). EUGENIA KINSEY COLUMBIA, S.C B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; CAROLINIAN Staff (3 4)- College Band (2, 3); Education Club (4). JENNIE E. KLEIN ANNAPOLIS, MD. A.B. French Aletheian; Y.W.CA. (2); Botany Club (2, 3); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 3). DOROTHY I. KOEHLER ALBION, PA. A.B. Mathematics Aletheian; Hall Proctor (I, 2, 3); Physics Club (3, 4); Square Circle (1, 2, 3, 4), Sophomore Representative, Secretary- Treasurer (3), President (4); Education Club (3, 4), Classical Club (3 4); Honor Roll (1). mo Sixty-fire MARGUERITE R. KOONCE RALEIGH B.S- Home Economics Cornelian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Education Club (3, 4); Life Saving (3); Peace Junior College (1, 2). JESSIE CAROL LAND NEW BERN B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2); Y Council (1). ETHEL LENORA LATHAM MOCKSVILLE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Adelphian; Brevard College (1, 2); Edu- cation Club (3, 4). LAURA ELIZABETH LEE FALLSTON A.B. Adelphian; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Col- lege Choir (3, 4); Education Club (4); B. S. U. Council (2); Glee Club (1, 2); Scriblerus Club (1, 2); Society Officer (2). NATALIE LOUISE KRUG LEXINGTON A.B. Psychology Adelphian; Class Historian (4); CARO- LINIAN Staff 0, 2, 3, 4), Editor (2), News Editor (3) Editorial Board (4); Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4), Council (1, 2), Cabinet (4); College Band (1); Sociology Club (3, 4), President (4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4), Publicity Chairman (4); Tennis (1); Honor Roll (3); Greensboro Inter-Collegiate Inter-Racial Commission (4); Hall Proctor (3); Junior Adviser. MARY R I EVES LASS ITER MADISON B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Y.W.C.A; Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). BETSY LEARY WASHINGTON A B. English Cornelian; St. Mary ' s College (1); Ameri- can Student Union; Der Deutsche Verein MRS. MARY L LIVELY LAURINBURG A.B. Psychology Aletheian; Y.W.CA. ( 1 ) ; Play I i kers (2); Square Circle (2). Le Cercle Francois Sixty-six Hon fiwuUest ' JOAN ELIZABETH LLOYD LAKEWOOD, OHIO A.B. Biology Aletheian; Stephens College (1, 2); Botany Club (3, 4), Program Chairman (4); Zoology Field Club (4) ESTHER D.LONDNER MARION B S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4) GRACE EVELYN LOVING DRAKES BRANCH, VA. A.B. English Aletheian, Legislature (2); Junior Class Treasurer; Class Prophet (4); CARO- LINIAN Staff (1, 2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (4), CORADDI Staff (3); PINE NEEDLES (2); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); YW.C.A. (1, 2 3, 4), Y Council (1, 2), Y Cabinet (4) College Choir (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (2); Quill Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Education Club (4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Life Saving (4), WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES. SARAH M. McBANE GREENSBORO A.B. Primary Education Cornelian; Y.WCA (2); Playlikers (2); College Choir (2, 3, 4); Botany Club (4); Education Club (3, 4). MABEL LOHR LEXINGTON A.B. Primary Education Adelphion; Inter-Faith Council (3); Phy- sics Club (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (1); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Honor Roll (3); Junior Adviser (3). DOROTHY R. LOVELL LEONIA, N J. B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; PINE NEEDLES Staff (4) Playlikers (2); College Choir (I, 2) Orchesis (3, 4); Square Dance Club (2) Golf Club (3, 4). MARGARET LUKENS NORFOLK, VA. A.B. Mathematics REBEKAHB.McBRIDE MARSHVILLE A.B Mathematics Adelphian; Square Circle (2, 3, 4); Edu- cation Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Baptist Student Union Council (3, 4), Hostess (3), Third Vice-President (4). mo Sixly-seven KATHLEEN E. McBRYDE RAEFORD B S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Speak- ers ' Club (2); Athletic Association (3); Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (2). MARGUERITE McCOLLUM WENTWORTH A,B. Sociology Aletheian; YW.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Soci- ology Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor (1, 3); International Relations Club (4), Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Miracle Book Club (3, 4). LENA BLUE McFADYEN RAEFORD B.S. Physical Education Aletheian; Y.W.CA. (2), Sophomore Y Council; Clogging Club (2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (4); Hockey (1); Soccer (2, 3, 4); Speedball (1, 2); Basketball (2, 3); Gymnastics (1, 2, 3); Tennis (I); Base- ball (1, 2, 3); Life Saving (3, 4); Seal Club (4). MARTHA COLE McLEAN ROCKINGHAM B.S. Physical Education Aletheian; Vice-President of Student Gov- ernment, Summer School (3); Hall Judicial Board (3, 4); Hall Proctor (4); Education Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer (1, 2, 3); Volley Ball (4); Speedball (3, 4); Basketboll (2); Gymnastics (I, 2, 3); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Life Saving (3). MARY E. McBRYDE RAEFORD B S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; YWC.A. (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (1), Young Demo- crats ' Club (4). alice m. Mcdowell ASHEVILLE A.B. Biology Cornelian, Music Chairman (3, 4); Y.W. C.A. (2, 3, 4); College Choir (I, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3); Physics Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4). MARYE. MclNTOSH RALEIGH B S Home Economics Adelphian; CAROLINIAN (1); Meredith College (1); North Corolina State Col- lege, Summer School (2); Art Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1) ROSEMARY McLEAN SALISBURY B S. Home Economics Dikean, Marshal (4), Dance Committee (3); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Junior Adviser. Sixty-eight Pone, fiwdlc is EMMA KING McNEILL LUMBERTON B.S. Home Economics Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4). MURIEL N.MANDELL BROOKLYN, N. Y. A.B. Cornelian; Honor Roll (3); Sociology Club (3, 4). DOROTHY W. MARKS TILLERY A.B. English Cornelian; Hall Proctor (2, 3); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). MARTHA LEE MARTIN MARION A.B. History Cornelian; PINE NEEDLES (2, 3); Phi Beta Kappa (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (4); International Re- lations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (3); Tennis (2); Debating Team (4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4), Sopho- more Council, Recreational Chairman (4), Wesley Foundation Council (4). MARIAN E, McNEILL ROWLAND B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; College Band (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Education Club (4). DAISY MADITHMANESS HEMP A.B Primary Education Aletheian; Louisburg College (1, 2); Education Club (4). JENNIE SEWELL MARKS TILLERY B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). BEULAH E. MASON BATH A.B. Primary Education Cornelian; Eastern Carolina Teachers ' College (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Educa- tion Club (4); Hall Proctor (3). mo Sixty-ninr ORA C. MATLOCK GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; College Choir (1); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Riding Club (4). FRANCES L.MATTHEWS ROCKY MOUNT A.B. History Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (2). MARGARET L. MAYNARD BELMONT A.B. Sociology Adelphion; Sacred Heart Junior College (1, 2); Sociology Club (3, 4). ANNAE. MEIXELL BREVARD A.B. Biology Adelphian; Brevard Junior College (2, 3); Zoology Field Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4) DOROTHEA MATTHEWS HALIFAX B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Playlikers (2, 3); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor (3); Wesley Foundation Council (2, 3); Wes- ley Players (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4). LOUISE H.MAXWELL DAVIDSON A.B. Primary Education Aletheian; Davidson College (1, 2); Botany Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (3); Square Dance Club (3, 4); Presbyterian Students Or- ganization, Council. LAURA LOVE MAYO HOBUCKEN B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 41; Volley Ball (3, 4), Varsity (3); Basketball (1, 2); Tennis (2); Baseball (1, 2), Varsity (1); A A. Cabinet Member (4); Hall Judicial Board (4); Honor Roll (2, 3); Junior Adviser. ELAINE L.MEYERS PLAINFIELD, N.J A B. Sociology Dikeon, Marshal (3); Hall Proctor (1, 2), Y.W.CA. (1); College Choir (4); Soci- ology Club (2, 3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2); Orchesis (3, 4); Hockey (!, 2); Tennis (1, 2). Seventy Pon flfMjdl 4s MARY BYRD MOORE SPRAY A.B. Primary Education Cornelian, Hall Proctor (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W. C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Junior Adviser; Wesley Foundation (], 2, 3), Freshman Commis- sion of Wesley Foundation NELL MOORE WILMINGTON B.S. Home Economics Aletheian; Home Economics Honor Society (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Playhkers (3); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2); Archery Club (2). RUBY HICKS MORGAN SHELBY B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Y Coun- cil (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1 2, 3, 4); Baseball (2); Hall Judicial Board (4); Junior Adviser. MARY G.MORRISON CHARLOTTE B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Dance Committee (2), Nomi- nating Committee (3), Vice-President (4); Sophomore Pageant. MAX IE MOORE GREENSBORO B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chem- istry Club (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Speakers ' Club (4). ELIZABETH MORGAN GREENSBORO A.B. History Adelphian, Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4). EDITHARAWLS MORRIS TARBORO A.B Mathematics Aletheian; Hall Proctor (3, 4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (3); CAROLINIAN Staff (2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); Honor Roll (2); Peace Junior College (1); Physics Club (2, 3, 4); Square Circle (2, 3, 4), Program Chairman (4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2); International Relations Club (4); Choric Speech Group (2); Sophomore Pageant. MARGARET L. MOSER GREENSBORO A.B. English Dikean, Dance Committee (4); Hall Board (4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Playlikers (2, 3); Botany Club (1. 2, 3); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). mo Seventy-one MARY SUE MOSER MONROE B S. Home Economics Aletheian; Appalachian State Teachers College ' (1); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Edu- cation Club (4). SUE CONNER MUNDAY TAYLORSVILLE B.S. Secretarial Science Dikeon- Hall Proctor (1); Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Inter- national Relations Club (4). LAURA ELIZABETH MUSE LAURINBURG A.B. Grammar Grade Education Adelphion; Peace Junior College (1); Education Club (4), Treasurer (4). DORIS LOUISE NEW KING A B. Primary Education Dikean; YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (4); Education Club (3, 4); B. S. U. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.A. (4). LYNETTE SWAIN MOSS WILSON A.B. Chemistry Cornelian; Legislature (4); Hall Judicial Board (4); CAROLINIAN (3); PINE NEEDLES (4), Business Manager (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Masqueraders (3, 4); Y.W.C.A, (1, 2, 3, 4); Ploylikers (3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Physics Club (3, 4); Square Circle (1); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club 13); Junior Adviser; Publicity Committee of YWCA. (3); Committee Chairman of Junior-Senior Dance (3); Academic Standards Committee (4); Junior Council; Rules Committee of Legislature (4). MARIE MURPHY SOUTHERN PINES A.B. English Aletheian; Mars Hill College (1,2); Edu- cation Club (4); Club (4). International Relations SATENIKNAHIKIAN ASHEVILLE A B Sociology and Economics Cornelian; Brevard College (1, 2); Ploy- likers (4); Sociology Club (3, 4), Program Chairman (4); Square Dance Club (3, 4), Secretary (4). LUCY NEWELL FRANKLINTON A.B. Primary Education Dikean; Meredith College; Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Archery (4). Seventy-two Va tu fif e ile JEAN ELIZABETH NOEL OLIVIA B S. Secretarial Administration Alethelan; YWC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Square Dance Club (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3), Hall Proctor (3). MARION RUTH OKELL PLAINFIELD, N J A.B. Grammar Grade Education Adelphian, Cheer Leader (4); Freshman Dance Chairman; Chairman, Freshman- Junior Wedding (3); YWCA (1, 21; Playlikers (4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Orchesis (I, 2, 3); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (1, 2); Basketball (1); Gym- nastics (1, 2, 3, 4); Camp Committee (3, 4). EUNICE BRYAN OUTLAW ZEBULON B S Home Economics Adelphian; CAROLINIAN Business Staff (3, 4); Meredith College (1, 2); Y.W.C. A. (3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Speakers ' Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). ISABEL MARY PALMER BAYSIDE, L I, N Y. A B, Psychology Dikean, Hall Board (2, 3); Senior Class Vice-President, PINE NEEDLES (2, 3, 4), Photographic Editor (4), YWCA. Coun- cil (1, 2); Playlikers (2, 3), Physics Club (2, 3); Basketball (I, 2, 3); Tennis (1, 2); Camp Committee. BETTY F. NORWOOD MOUNT AIRY A B Primary Education Alefheian. RUTH C ONCLEY GREENSBORO A.B. English Adelphian; Masqueraders (3, 4); Alpha Psi Omega (3, 4); Southwestern College (I, 2); Playlikers (3, 4), Make-up Chair- man (4); Glee Club (3, 4); The String Choir (3), Honor Roll (3). HELEN FRANCES PAGE RALEIGH A B Primary Education Cornelian; St Mary ' s School (1, 2); Edu- cation Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, RUTH ELIZABETH PALMER ARLINGTON, N J. B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; PINE NEEDLES Staff (3, 4); YW.CA; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation Council (2, 3, 4); Wesley Players (4); Invitation Committee for Commencement Invitations (4); Inter- Faith Conference Committee (4). mo Seventy-three CLARA MAE PARDUE WALLBURG B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (2); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); American Student Union (3, 4). PAULINE PENLAND HAYESVILLE B.S Home Economics Dikean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Baptist Student Union (I, 2, 3, 4). JEANNETTES. PETERSON SMITHFIELD B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; PINE NEEDLES (4); Y.W.CA (3)- Education Club (3, 4), Young Demo- crats ' Club (4). ANNE CANDACE PIKE DERBY LINE, VT B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Le Cercle Francois (3), Secre- tary-Treasurer (3); Young Democrats ' Club; Archery Club; Lite Saving (3), OMA LEE PARKER GATES A.B. Botany Cornelian; Y.W.CA. (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Zoology Field Club (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (4). ANNE RANDOLPH PERSON LITTLETON B.S Home Economics Dikeon; Hall Proctor (2); PINE NEEDLES (3, 4); Playlikers (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Archery Club (2, 3); Choral Choir (2). LILYE. PETTIGREW FLORENCE, S. C. A.B. English Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Reportorial Staff (2), CORADDI Staff (3, 4), Editor- m-Chief (4); Y.W.CA. Council (1, 2); Quill Club (3, 4). MARTHA PLONK KINGS MOUNTAIN B S. Home Economics Adelphian; Home Economics Honor So- ciety; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Physics Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Lutheran Students Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4). Seientyfour VmTV fJtWjdl 4s LOIS PORTER GREENSBORO B.S. Home Economics Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chem- istry Club (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4): Education Club (4). ALTA MARIE PRINE WESTFIELD, N. J. A.B. Sociology Dikean; Hall Proctor (2, 3); CAROLIN- IAN Business Staff (1); Playlikers (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Fran- cois (1, 2, 3); Sedgefield Riding Club (3, 41, Program Committee Chairman (3, 4), Vice-President (4), President (4), Social Committee (4). ROSE PULLY KINSTON A.B. Biology Dikean; Legislature (2, 3, 4); House President (4); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2, 3), Treasurer (2), Secretary (3); Base- ball (1, 2); Chairman of Hall and Meet- ing Places of Religious Emphasis Week (4). ANNE MURIEL QUA NORTHAMPTON, MASS. A.B. Biology Adelphian, Inter-Society Representative (3), President (4); House President (3); Legislature (3); Judicial Board (4); Fresh- man Class Secretary; Sophomore Class Secretary; CAROLINIAN Editorial Board (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botony Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Zoology Field Club (2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchesis (I, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (1); Basketball (1); Chairman Sophomore Pageant (2); Daisy Chain (2); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. VALERIE BETTY POWELL TAMAQUA, PA. B.S. Physical Education Aletheian, Dance Committee (3); Judicial Board (4); Hall Board (3); Sophomore Class Treasurer; Junior Class Vic e-Presi- dent; Senior Closs President; Junior Dance Chairman; Y.W.CA. (I, 2); Dolphin Club (1, 2, 3); Athletic Association Cabinet (3); Hockey (), 2); Speedball (3); Swimming Varsity (1); Life Saving (3), Student Leader (3); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. MARILYN M. PRUDEN SEVERN A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; Chemistry Club (2); Square Circle (1); Education Club (3, 4). ROBERTA PURDY OSSINING, N Y. A.B. English Cornelian; Y.W.CA (1, 2, 3, 4), Inter national Relations Club (4). ELIZABETH RUTH QUINN DURHAM A.B. Primary Education Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Inter- national Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). mo Seventy -five ANNA STONE RAILEY COMO B S. Physical Education Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Archery Club (2 3 4); Square Dance Club (3, 4)- Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4 ), Varsity (2); Volley Ball (I, 2, 3, 4), Varsity (4); Basketball (1, 2), Swimming (3); Gym- nastics (1, 2, 3!; Tennis (2); Baseball Varsity (1, 3); Life Saving (3); Archery (1). MARGARET E. RANDLE KINGS MOUNTAIN B.S. Home Economics Aletheian- Appalachian State Teachers College (1); Chemistry Club (3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4)- Collegiate 4-H Club (2, 3, 4), Pres- ident (3, 4). JANE BURT RASH LACROSSE, VA. B.S Music Dikean; Y.WC.A. (1); College Choir (1, , Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4), Secre- tary (3), President (4); Education Club 14); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2). FLORENCE H. REYNOLDS RALEIGH A.B. English Aletheian; CAROLINIAN Business Staff (3 4); YW.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Playhkers (4), Costume Sto " FRANCES LOUISE RAMSEY STATESVILLE A.B. French Dikean; CAROLINIAN Staff (3, 4); CHANTECLAIR (4); Mitchell College (1, 2), College Choir (3); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); International Relations Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (41; Young Democrats ' Club (4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); Honor Roll (3). ROSALIE HRAPPOPORT RAMSEY, N.J. A.B French Cornelian; CHANTECLAIR (2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (3, 4); Honor Roll (2. 3); Playhkers (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3 4); Square Circle (1, 2); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (1); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4). NOLA MORRIS REED WINSTON-SALEM B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Hall Proctor (2, 3); CARO- LINIAN, Circulation Staff (1); Honor Roll (1,2); Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chem- istry Club (2); Square Circle (1, 2); Der Deutsche Verein ( 1 , 2); Soccer ( 1 ) . MARY ELIZABETH RICE CANDLER B S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Y.W.CA. (2); Asheville Teachers College (1); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Honor Roll (3). 4i I s Seventy-six Vxmj fiwdlest ' EDNA E.RICHARDSON LAKEVIEW A.B. Biology Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Council (1, 2), Leader of Freshman Y Club (3) ' Physics Club (3, 4); Botany Club (4) Zoology Field Club (3, 4), President (4) Education Club (3, 4); Basketball (1, 2) SARAH R. RICHARDSON MINERAL SPRINGS B.S. Home Economics Dikean; Wingate Junior College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Club (4). NELL WEEKS RIDDICK GATESVILLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; Eastern Carolina Teachers Col- lege (I); College Choir (2); Education Club (3, 4). MARY I RMA RIVES GOLDSTON A.B. Mathematics Dikean; Honor Roll (2); Y.W.C.A. Coun- cil (2); Physics Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); Square Circle (2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Education Club (4); Junior Adviser. HELEN SUE RICHARDSON TROY B.S. Home Economics Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3); Education Club (4). MARY LOUISE RIDDICK SCOTLAND NECK B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean; St. Mary ' s Junior College (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Committee of One Hundred; Hall Board (3); Student Government President, St. Mary ' s Junior College (2). KATHERINEA. RIMMER STATESVILLE A.B. Sociology Dikean; Mitchell College (1, 2); Inter- Faith Council; President of Baptist Stu- dent Union (4); Sociology Club (3, 4). EMELINEROBERSON ROBERSONVILLE A.B. Art Cornelian; Hall Proctor (1); CORADDI Art Staff (3); PINE NEEDLES Art Staff (4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Art Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (3); Education Club (4). mo Seventy-seven GERALDINE L.ROGERS ALBEMARLE B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian, Marshal (4), Dance Committee (3); Hall Board (4); Dance Committee (2, 3). ELEANOR ROSS NORWOOD A.B. English Cornelian; Sophomore Council; CORADDI Staff (2, 3, 4), Contributing Staff (2), Editorial Staff (3, 4); Quill Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2). RUTH RUSSELL BRYSON CITY B S Home Economics Adelphian; Mors Hill College (I, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); International Relations Club. AGNES GSANFORD MOCKSVILLE A.B. Primary Education Dikean, Marshal (4); St Mary ' s Junior College (I, 2); Botany Club (4); Educa- ' ion Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club - ANNIE LEA ROSE SHELBY B.S Music Aletheian; YWC.A. (1, 2, 3 4); Play- likers (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4), Vestment Chairman (3), Vice-President (4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), Business Manager (3), President (4) Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4), Reporter (2); Der Deutsche Verein (2). JOYCE ROUSE FAIRMONT B S. Home Economics Aletheian; Y.W.C A. (3, 4); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). KATHLYN SALTMAN BRIDGEPORT, CONN A.B. Music Dikean; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4), Secre- tary-Treasurer (3), President (4); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2, 3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). SOPH IE SCOTT SCHAEFER WESTFIELD, N J. B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Marshal (3), Inter-Society Representative (4); Legislature (3); Freshman Commission; Class Council (1); Sophomore Class Vice-President; Sopho- more Council; CAROLINIAN Editorial Board (4); YWC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 4); Zoology Field Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Seventy-eight pMrv rWW MADELYN Z. SCHULTZ TREMONT, PA. B.S. Music College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Der Deutsche Verem (3). CORA LEA SCOTT GREENSBORO B.S Home Economics Dikean; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4). CARRIE E.SHARPE REIDSVILLE B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; College Choir (1); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). ADELLSHERARD GOLDSBORO B.S Home Economics Dikean; Y.WCA, (1, 2, 3, 4), Council (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). HELENE J. SCHUSTER GREENSBORO A.B. Biology Dikean, Inter-Society Representative (4); Maryland State Teachers College (1); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4) Social Chairman (3), President (4); Education Club (4). SARA FRANCES SEAWELL ROCKINGHAM A.B. English Cornelian; Y.WCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). LAURETTA SHEAHEN ONTARIO, N.Y. A.B. Art Adelphian; Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Play- likers (1, 2, 3, 4); College Orchestra (1); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Educa- tion Club (3). LENA SUE SHERMER WINSTON-SALEM A.B. Grammar Grade Education Aletheian; Mars Hill Junior College (1 2); Hall Proctor (4). mo Seventy-nine MILDRED A. SHOAF LEXINGTON B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Stoff (2, 3); YW.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1, 2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Edu- cation Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2, 3); International Relotions Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Lutheran Stu- dents ' Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Publicity Chairman (2), Vice-President (3), Social Chairman (4). ANNE LESLIE SHOOK TARBORO A.B. English Aletheian; Saint Mary ' s Junior College (I, 2); Education Club (4); International Relotions Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). MARY EMILYS I LER WAYNESVILLE A.B. Sociology and Psychology Cornelian, Marshal (4); Peace Junior Col- lege (1, 2); Sociology Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Dormitory Social Chairman (4). MARYS. SIMMONS PILOT MOUNTAIN BS Secretarial Administration Aletheion; Hall Proctor 1,2), Hall Board (4); Assistant Manager Junior Shoppe 1 YW.C.A. (1, 2); Education Club (4). CHARLOTTE I. SHOAF LEXINGTON B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Inter-Faith Council (4)- Y.W CA, (1); Education Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Lutheran Student Group (2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), President (4). MARY ALICE SIDES STATESVILLE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Dikean; College Choir (3); Education Club (4); International Relotions Club (4). MARY B.SIMMONS YADKINVILLE B.S. Home Economics Dikean; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Education Club (3. 4); Baptist Student Union Council (4). ADELE SIMPSON ASHEVILLE A.B. Mathematics Education Club Square Circle (2, 3, 4) (3, 4); Hall Proctor (3) Eighty fbn ftwzjdle ALICE E.SIRCOM NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. A.B. English Dikean; Alpha Psi Omega (3, 4); Mas- queraders (3, 4); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); Quill Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2); Publicity Manager of Playliker Cabinet (4). ANNIE BLANCHE SMITH FRANCISCO A.B. Adelphian; Education Club (4). ERMA HARRIS SMITH RALEIGH B.S. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; YWCA. (1); Education Club (3, 4). MAMIE GRACE SMITH KINSTON B S. Home Economics Aletheian, Corresponding Secretary (2), Marshal (3), Chief Marshal (4); Hall Board (3); CAROLINIAN Circulation Staff (1); Home Economics Honor Society (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 4); College Choir (1, 2, 3); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Speakers ' Club (1, 2, 3), Treas- urer (3); Junior Adviser ELIZABETH P. SISK FAYETTEVILLE A.B. Art Adelphian; Class Program Chairman (4); Senior Dance Committee; Secretary of Hall Board (4); Salem College (I, 2); Art Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). HELEN ELOISE SMITH GREENSBORO B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Square Dance Club (2); Soccer Varsity (1, 2); Speedball (4); Basketball (1, 2); Baseball (1, 2, 3), Varsity (2,3). EVELYN BILLIE SMITH OLD GREENWICH, CONN. A B. French Aletheian; Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); College Choir (1, 2); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Square Dance Club (2, 3); Riding Club (3, 4); St. Mary ' s Social Chairman (1). MARGARET IRENE SMITH WAKE FOREST B.S. Music Dikean; College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Madri- gal Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4). mo Eighty-one HATTIE THERESA SNOW KERNERSVILLE A.B. Primary Education Dikean; Inter-Faith Council (4) Secre- tary (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3); ' Madri- gal Club (2); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (I, 2); B.S.U. Council (3, 4). KATHLEEN SOLES WHITEVILLE A.B. Latin Dikean; Flora Macdonald College (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Hockey (I, 2); Basketball (1, 2); Classical Club (3, 4). MARY JANE SPRU ILL WINDSOR A.B. Grammar Grade Education Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Volley Ball (3, 4); Hall Procter (3, 4). CATHARINE H. STANTON WILMINGTON B.S. Music Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1); Playlikers (3, 4); College Choir (2, 3, 4); Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); Education Club (4); Dormitory Social Chairman (4) MADELEINE SNOWDEN WASHINGTON, DC. B.S. Physical Education Cornelian; Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging Club (1, 2, 3); Athletic Association (1 2 3, 4); Hockey (2, 3); Volley Ball (3, 4) Basketball (2, 3, 4); Gymnastics (2 3) Tennis (2, 3, 4); Life Saving (2, 4). MARY LOUISE SPRATT CHARLOTTE A.B. Sociology Cornelian; Secretary of Hall Board (4)- Queens-Chicora College (1, 2); Y.W.C A (3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Interna- tional Relations Club (3, 4), Social Chair- man (4); Presbyterian Student Council (4), Social Service Chairman (4). VIRGINIA L SPRU ILL PLYMOUTH B S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). MAUDE IRENE STATON HENDERSONVILLE A B. English Dikean; CAROLINIAN Staff YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Playlikers (2, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4), Pro- gram Chairman (4); International Rela- tions Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (3), Peace Group (3); Honor Roll (1). Eight) -two Vmm fJvejdl Os VIRGINIA L STERLING CHARLOTTE B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian, Dance Committee (3), Marshal (4); Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior Dance Committee; May Day Chairman (4); CORADDI Staff (3, 4), Business Manager (4); Playlikers (2); Home Eco- nomics Club (1); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). EVELYN R. STEVENSON BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. A.B. History Cornelian, Marshal (4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Playlikers (2); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4), Publicity Chairman (4); Young Demo- crats ' Club (2, 4); Athletic Association (I, 2); Basketball (2); Tennis (1); Daisy Chain (2); Sophomore Pageant; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee THOMASINESTRINGFIELD WAYNESVILLE A.B. Primary Education Dikean; Education Club (4). EDNAI.SU ITT HILLSBORO B.S Home Economics Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Botany Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3); Young Democrats ' Club (3); Square Dance Club (3); Baptist Student Union Council (4). ALTHA STEVENS BALTIMORE, MD. A.B. Chemistry Dikean, Corresponding Secretary (2), President (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); Zoology Field Club (3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4), Chairman Program Committee (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). ANITA STRAUSS HILLSDALE, N. Y. B.S. Physical Education Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Or- chesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging Club (2, 3, 4); Hockey (1, 2, 3); Volley Ball (4); Basketball (2, 3); Swimming (2); Tennis (2, 3). ALICE ADELIA SUITER ROCKY MOUNT B.S. Physical Education Cornelian, Inter-Society Representative (3), President (4); Judicial Board (4); Honor Board (4); House President (3); Legislature (3); Points Committee (3, 4); Freshman Commission; Freshman Class President; Y.W.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Sopho- more Council; Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity (2, 3, 4), Student Head (4); Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Gymnastics (3, 4); Tennis (1); Baseball (2, 3, 4), Var- sity (2, 3); WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (3). RUTH IRENE SUMMERS GREENSBORO B.S Home Economics Aletheian; Home Economics Club; Educa- tion Club (4). mo Eighty-three ELIZABETH SUTTON BORDENTOWN, N. J. B S. Home Economics Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Chemistry Club (2); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); The String Choir (I), Hockey (1); Tennis (2). SUE SWEENEY MARION A.B. English Cornelian; Sophomore Council; Honor Roll; Y.WC.A. (1), Freshman Y Council; Botany Club (2, 3); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4) MARY REBECCA TALLEY LEWISTON A.B. English Dikean; YW.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); BSU (1, 2, 3, 4); CAROLIN- IAN Staff. ELEANOR MAE THOMAS CHADBOURN A.B. Biology Cornel ion; Y.W.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4) Band (4); Physics Club (2, 3, 4). Technologist Club (3, 4) Der Deutsche Verein (2, 3); Square Dance Club (3); Soccer (1, 3); Speedball (3). College Medical MARJORIEA. SWANSON BROCKTON, MASS. A.B. Chemistry Dikean; Hall Board (2); CAROLINIAN Staff (3), Circulation Manager (3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); YW.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4), Council (I, 2), Cabinet (4); Chem- istry Club (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3), Vice- President (4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (1, 2); Der Deutsche Verein (I, 2, 3); Archery Club (1, 2); Hockey (I, 2, 3), Varsity (1); Speedball (I), Varsity (1); Basketball (1, 2); Archery (1); Camp Committee (3, 4). PEARL LI NDLEYSYKES GREENSBORO A.B. Sociology Adelphian; CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2, 3, 4), Advertising Manager (4); HAND- BOOK Staff (3), Business Manager (3); Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Sociology Club (4); Botany Club (I, 2); Education Club (4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4). MARGARET M. TAYLOR TOWNSVILLE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Adelphian; Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club 14) ELISE THOMPSON CHADBOURN A.B. French and English Aletheian; CAROLINIAN Staff (4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); International Re- lations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Square Dance Club (2, 3); Hall Proctor 13); Dormitory Social Com- mittee (2). Eighty-jour Porta fiwzjdl 4s JANETTE THORNTON DUNN B.S. Secretarial Administration Dikean, Morshal (4); Y.W.CA (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (3, 4); Fresh- man Dance Committee; Hall Proctor (1, 2, 3); Daisy Chain (2); Dikean Dance Committee (3); Dikean Sports Day Chair- man (3). NELLIE BARKER TINGLE ASHEVILLE B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Home Economics Club; Educa- tion Club; Young Democrats ' Club. DOROTHEA TOMLINSON WILSON A.B. Grammar Grade Education Dikean; Y.W.CA (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Junior Dance Committee. MATOAKAC TORRENCE CHARLOTTE B.S. Physical Education Dikean; Appalachian State Teachers Col- lege (1); Education Club (3, 4); Orchesis (4); Square Dance Club (3); Athletic Association (2, 3, 4); Hockey (2, 3, 4), Varsity (3); Speedball (2); Basketball (2, 3, 4), Varsity (3), Student Leader (3, 4); Gymnastics (2, 3, 4); Tennis (3), Varsity (3); Baseball (2), Varsity (2); Life Saving (1, 2, 3, 4); Seal Club (2, 3, 4); Camp Committee (3, 4); A. A. Cabinet (3, 4); Camp Counselor ' s Club (4)- Hall Health Board (4); Hall Board (3). ANNEW.TILLINGHAST FAYETTEVILLE A.B. Sociology Cornelian; Judicial Board (3); CARO- LINIAN Staff (3); Alpha Kappa Delta; Inter-Faith Council (3, 4), President (4); Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4), Freshman Council, Sophomore Council, Cabinet (3); Soci- ology Club (3, 4), Program Chairman (4); Speakers ' Club (2); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Publicity Chairman (3), Vice-President (4); Saint Mary ' s House Vestry (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Stu- dent Chairman Religious Emphasis Week (4); Honor Roll (3); Dormitory Social Chairman (1). MARGARET E. TOLER ROCKY MOUNT B.S Home Economics Aletheian; PINE NEEDLES Stoff (3); Y. WCA. (1, 2); Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Basketball (1, 2); Junior Adviser; B.S.U. Council (3, 4). HILDREDW. TOMLINSON WILSON A.B Grammar Grade Education Aletheian; Y.W.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). WILLIE ELLEN TREXLER SALISBURY A.B. Grammar Grade Education Cornelian; Pfeiffer Junior College (1, 2); Education Club (4). mo Eighty-five EDITH C TURNER INTERLAKEN, N.J. A.B. Sociology Cornelian; Honor Roll (3); Sociology Club (2 3 4), Treasurer (4); Square Dance Club (2); Riding Club (3, 4); Saint Mary ' s House (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4). BESSLANGTWITTY GREENSBORO A.B. Art Aletheian; Art Club (2, 3, 4). ALMA USHER NEWTON GROVE A.B. Grammar Grade Education Aletheian, Education Club (4); Hall Proc- tor (2). EVA CHRISTINE WARREN COLLETTSV1LLE B.S. Home Economics Cornelian; Playlikers (1); College Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Speakers ' Club (1); Basketball (1); Y.W.A. (2, 3, 4). MARY ANNE TURNER WAYNESVILLE A.B. English Aletheian; Brevard College (1, 2); Educa- tion Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4). DOROTHY LTYSINGER LEXINGTON A.B. Grammar Grade Education Aletheian; Honor Roll (I, 2, 3); Y W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Inter- national Relations Club (4); Basketball (1, 2). CARRIE S.WALKER BURLINGTON A.B. Art Aletheian; CORADDI Staff (3); Sullins College (1, 2); Art Club (3. 4); Home Economics Club (2); Education Club (3, 4). FLORENCE J. WARREN SPARTA B 5 Secretarial Administration Dikean. Eighty-six Pone, fi Mjdl 4s CHARLIE WASHINGTON STEM A.B. Grammar Grade Education Dikean; Brevard College (1, 2); Educa- tion Club (4). MARY ALICE WEEKS RALEIGH B S Home Economics Cornelian; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club RUTHLILLI WEINGER PEEKSKILL, N.Y. B.S. Physical Education Adelphian; Honor Roll (1, 2); College Choir (1, 2); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging Club (2, 3, 4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (1); Soccer (2 3); Volley Ball (3, 4); Basketball (2, 3, 4); Gym- nastics (2, 3); Tennis (2, 3, 4); Life Saving (2, 4). EMILY KENNEDY WHITE GREENSBORO B.S. Physical Education Adelphian; Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Educa- tion Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (4); A. A. Cabinet (4); Soccer (1, 2, 3); Swimming (2, 3); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4); Life Saving (3, 4). ETHEL JULIA WHITLEY MARSHVILLE A.B. Mathematics Cornelian; Wingate Junior College (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Square Circle (3, 4); Education Club (4); B.S.U. LOLA ELIZABETH WHITE DURHAM A.B. Chemistry Aletheian, President (4); Senior Class Treasurer; YW.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chem- istry Club (2, 3, 4); Medical Technologist Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); Or- chesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging Club (3, 4); Archery Club (2); A. A. Cabinet (4)- Soccer (3); Volley Ball (4); Speedball (3); Basketball (1, 2, 3), Gymnastics (3 4); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Ring Chairman. GENEVIEVE H.WHITE BROOKLYN, N. Y. A.B. Biology Adelphian; Honor Roll (1); Zoology Field Club (2, 3, 4), Chairman Program Com- mittee (3), Chairman Publicity Commit- tee (4); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (2, 3, 4); Hockey (1). HELEN GRAY WHITLEY ENFIELD B.S. Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Hall Proctor (3); Educotion Club (4); Gymnastics (2). w Eighty-seven KATHRYN A. WHITLEY ENFIELD A.B. Primary Education Dikean; Hall Board (2); Dormitory Social Committee (4); Hall Proctor (1, 2); Y.W. C.A. (3, 4); Education Club (4); Inter- national Relations Club (4); Young Democrats ' Club (4); Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4). OLIVE MAE WILLIAMS STATESVILLE B.S. Home Economics Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (3); Home Eco- nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4)- Collegiate 4-H Club (2, 3); Sigma Chapter Wesley Players (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice- President (3); Hall Proctor (2, 3). CHRISTINEJ.WIMBISH GREENSBORO A.B. English Adelphian; Education Club (4). BETTY WISE DURHAM A.B. Primary Education Adelphian; A. A. Cabinet (3); Hockey (1); Riding Club (3, 4), President (3). AUDREY WILLIAMS BALDWIN, N.Y. B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; CHANTECLAIR Staff (2); Archery Club (4); Square Dance Club (4); Basketball (1) ANNIE M.WILLIAMSON KENLY A.B. Biology Adelphian; Botany Club (2, 3, 4), Secre- tary (3), Vice-President (4); Zoology Field Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1); Education Club (4); Collegiate 4-H Club (2, 3, 4). PACKYWINSLOW GREENSBORO B.S Secretarial Administration Dikean; Masqueraders (3, 4), Social Chairman (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Play- likers (2, 3, 4); College Band (1 ); Soccer (1). MINNA C.WOLFSON SPRINGFIELD, MASS A.B. French Cornelian; CHANTECLAIR Staff (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1); Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein (3, 4), Presi- dent (4) Eighty-eight 19on five He rf c . SARAH WOODY BURNSVILLE B S Secretarial Administration Dikean; Mors Hill College (1); College Choir (3, 4); Education Club (4). JEAN KATHRYNWRENN SILERCITY A B, History Dikeon; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); International Relations Club (3, 4); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4). GLENMORE WRIGHT GREENSBORO B.S Secretarial Administration Cornelian MARGARET E. WYATTE MEBANE A.B. Chemistry Adelphian; Hall Board (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4) Organization Editor (4); Phi Beta Kappa (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Square Circle (1); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3); Interna- tional Relations Club (3, 4), President (4); Junior Adviser. NANNIE WORTH I NGTON WINTERVILLE A.B. Physics Aletheian; Chemistry Club (3, 4); Physics Club (2, 3, Adviser. 4), President (3); Junior CATHERINE WRIGHT HENDERSON B.S. Home Economics Dikean, Y.W.C.A (1, 2, 3, 4); Home Ec onomics Club (I, 2 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4), Archery Club (2). EVELYN IRMAWUNSCH BOSTON, MASS. B S Physical Education Dikean; Playlikers (2); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); Orchesis (4); Archery Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); A, A Cabinet (4); Hockey (1); Soccer (2, 3), Varsity (3); Speedball (2, 3, 4); Basketball (2); Swimming (1, 2, 3); Tennis (1, 2, 3); Archery (I, 2, 3, 4); Life Saving (1), Coach (2, 3, 4); Sopho- more Pageant. HELEN WYGANT BALTIMORE, MD. A B. Psychology Aletheian, Young Democrats ' Club (4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4), Freshman Commission, Sophomore Council. mo Eighty-nine NANCY LOUISE YATES MARTHA E. YELTON GREENSBORO SPINDALE B.S- Secretarial Administration B.S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2, 3, 4), Advertising Manager (2, 3), Business Manager (4); Editor, HANDBOOK (3); Junior Adviser; Junior-Senior Dance Com- mittee; WHO ' S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Dikean; Brevard College (1, 2); Young Democrats ' Club (4). HILDA J. ZIMMERMAN THERESA ZIMMERMAN CLEMMONS ABERDEEN A.B. History B S. Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Queens-Chicora College (1); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Education Club (4); Speakers ' Club (3, 4); International Re- lations Club (3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer 14); Young Democrats ' Club (3, 4), Membership Committee (4); Hall Board (3); Hall Proctor (2); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). Adelphian SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR ALICE ANDREWS HELEN FORESTER LULU GRAVELY LOUISE MERONEY MARY NEWSOME MARY OVERMAN SARA PARDO MELBASHAFER FRANCES SLOAN ELOISE WELCH Ninety 19ori fi Mjdl 4s HISTORY OF CLASS OF 1940 It was six hundred and twelve theoretically sophisticated, but actually demure, high school graduates who materialized their plans of enrolling in the class of ' 40 at the Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina. They arrived wide-eyed that September morning in 1936, trunks bulging with everything from the white ribbon, white tissue wrapped graduation gifts to the " drinking cup and a teaspoon " specified on page 30 of the college catalogue. Their home backgrounds, their I. Q. ' s, their preparation, their finances, and their high school recommendations of " college material " or no were average and deviated from the average. They found themselves regimented into climb-practically-to-Mars third floor Gray rooms, overlooking-the-park East rooms, and walking-until-you-are-ready-to-drop-trying-to-find Spencer rooms. Those who were fearful of being lost in the rush (and there were many) found themselves looked after, counseled, advised, and readvised by specified juniors, faculty members, and counselors. They were herded into the auditorium — oh, how could one ever find that place alone — and perked up with pride to hear from the Dean of Administration that " we are glad that you made this college the college of your choice " and from the Dean of Women " you are a part of Woman ' s College now; you have much to gain from and to contribute to its well being. " And some man who had been striding around campus and making an appearance more often than casually talked to them telling them what to do next and what to do if they forgot or could not find out how to do that. He had some far-fetched title — class head, class preside nt, no, maybe it was called class chairman. His official office was incidental to them; they liked him for his sense of humor that relaxed the ill-at-ease, wonder-what-the-folks-at-home-are-doing feeling of Freshman Week. They went through the ordeal of registering and carried their complicated looking schedule cards around with them until nearly Thanksgiving before they were able to remember without them where they were supposed to be sixth period on Mondays. They asked and answered " Where are you from? " " Well, do you know — ? " on the average of sixty-four times a day. They wore white for October ' s Founder ' s Day; they came to have a reverence for the formerly meaningless words " We raise our voices, let them swell. " They haunted the post office in typical freshman style. They screamed and elated, " I ' m a Deakean; my roommate ' s an Adellphine " and wore hair bows symbolic of their societies and feared the formal initiation. They came to realize that girls from skyscrapered cities and from wide place in the road villages, above the Mason-Dixon line and below it could be fine — and occasionally, not so fine. They marked off 90, then 30, then 2 days until Christmas vacation on little desk calendars and big hanging on the wall ones. They came back from the holidays feeling much more a sense of belonging to the campus, and some even ventured to say that coming back to college felt )ust as if they were coming back home. Ushered in with second semester were rumors of approaching elections. As their first president, the class of ' 40 chose Alice Suiter, a competent leader capable of making a reality of the lavender and white mottoed banner " Seek Higher Goals. " Snake dancing out of the game room, serenading under her South Spencer window, and cheering on the quadrangle, the class tried to show Suiter how glad they were to have her as their leader. Into the class she helped to instill for the first time a sense of loyalty for and unity of the disorganized parts. They were losing that New York Grand Central station mob feeling. They became gorged with ambitious aims of col- lege and after college success. The freshmen of June had undergone a complete metamorphosis to be- come the sophomores of September They felt old hands at this college stuff. Those who had tearfully left the freshman halls soon found that the malad- justed in upperclassman dormitories could with uncanny rapidity not only ad- just, but could cultivate the same attachment to their new rooms. They played and were noisy in true sophomorish fashion, and the disapproval which the |uniors and seniors might have had was rationalized by " they are having fun " smiles. Mass meetings ceased to b3 merely attendance required gather- ings but took on a revised atmosphere. The " required " was superfluous, they thought; they would not dare to miss oie. Besides they were seated down- stairs in the auditorium now, graduated from that nobody-cares-where-you-are section — the balcony Elections again, and as president came into office a leader early recog- nized as such, Ruth Gillmore. The class was more and more able to look at itself objectively, as a whole made up of parts not in any sense of the word standardized but rather loyalized. For their |ackets the class selected white gabardine with a lavender 1940 seal on the pocket. They paraded in them in a manner that would have made Beau Brummel jealous. They presented a tra- ditional sophomore Christmas pageant whose impressive effect brought tears to mo NATALIE KRUG, Historian. Ninety-on the eyes ot the audience. Their ingenuity was shown in the c ollege project which they selected: that of putting up name plates in front of all the dormitories on the campus. The next fall they were back for Freshman Week, but in a reversed position, advisers instead of advisees. As their presi- dent they had selected one of their number who had been introduced once by the head of the department in which she was majoring as " the girl with the best sense of humor in this college " — Ellen Griffin. By her witty cleverness, Ellen was able to show the sprouting freshman class that a big sister class could really be an asset. She led the junior class in enter- taining them, in counseling them. Being a junior was so self-satisfying. They were among the looked up to on the campus but still a long way from being those thought of as dignified. There was much of a prevailing air among them as if they all had taken a dose of " Quiet Please " medicine; and although they retained all of their spirit, there was a quietus on suggestions of boisterousness carried over from the sophomore year. There was such a difference between the sophomore and |unior years; they seemed to have gotten a fresh off the press, entirely revised edition of eyes with which to get a better perspective of the situation in gen- eral. Maybe there could have been an inkling of a reason in the fact that they were all in their major fields of concentrated study now, and presumably they were most interested in these specialized courses of now. They went around with their hands in such obviously conspicuous positions that an outsider might have thought them advertising for some new brand of hand lotion or finger nail polish. None of this at all though — they had on their new black sealed in a dull gold mounting college rings. They had a jitterbuggy Junior Shoppe. They were more than ever hockey conscious and broke all precedent by doing the prophesied impossible, surely improbable act of defeating the senior team. They marched on Raleigh to oppose the legis- lature plans of increasing tuition. They feared the Men from Mars and the pending wiping out of civilization by them. Probably the first faint realization that they were only slightly short of being seniors came when their names appeared on the ballots for major elections and when they were elected society and club presidents. Then at the Class Day exercises of the previous graduating class, the red bow was removed from the shovel and the lavender bow, the class of 1940 bow, automatically became the top. It gave them a kind of sickenly- sad feeling inside. Here they were SENIORS! Where had the past three years gone? Surely the months must have shrunk to fifteen days instead of their customary thirty. The senior year, the last year, the nine months into which they must cram everything which they had delayed or neg- lected doing was here. They were those persons they had looked up to as freshmen, sophomores, and even ]uniors. Strange that they did not feel as they had imagined " dignified seniors " felt. Why, there was not such a wide gap between the first and last years after all. They felt no older than the freshmen, just a little more mature in their thinking maybe and a little more familiar with the campus. If somebody would only lasso Time and tie it to a hitching post until they could merely make a dent in the barricade of things to be done. Their president — Valerie Powell. There were last times they would ever do this; last times they would ever do that. And in spite of the " we ' ll be glad when the work is all over " feeling, they envied the under class- men with one, two, and three years more ahead of them in college. They took last minute grabs at elective courses under Alexander, Friedlaender, Shivers and innumerable others with- out which they felt a college course would be incomplete. They exchanged annual pictures, which in an unbelievably short time would look much out of style but which would still be treasured. They dreaded being the first class to labor under threatening comprehensive examinations. They became vitally affiliated with various extra-curricular activities; and where formerly they had been obscure mere members, now they were more often than not chairmen, heads, leaders, and presidents of the groups. They were fearful lest they had chosen the wrong major field. The grass always looks greener in distant pastures, and they looked over to other majors and wondered if they might not fare better were they in one of those. The uneasiness of after college kept bobbing up to haunt their consciences. They passed through a stage of feeling a Baby Rayish illiteracy; they were just learning how very much there was to learn and to attempt to try to know. Sparks of confidence were ignited in them — some to be kindled, some to be extinguished. The class of 1940 plugged towards the final graduation exercises a much more enlightened, a much better educated in every sense of the word, a much broader in outlook, a much more mature, a much better rounded group than the wide eyed freshmen of the September morning, lo, these four years ago. The frequently seen man of Freshman Week very rapidly became a familiar personality, and one of the first things that the class of 1940 came to realize was how fortunate it was to have Mr. James Painter as its chairman. Their seemingly at the time insurmountable problems they found could be worked out understanding , accurately, easily, and more often than not humorously, in his office. In him every student from the most obscure to the most prominent found a friend devoted to everything of, by and for the class of 1940 and to its members collectively ' and individually. As for his personal popularity, the senior class meeting at which the person to whom the class would dedicate its annual was to be decided sent vibra- tions through the rafters and students raised not one but both hands to vote " Yea, " stomped the floor, and voiced in very undignified but hundred per cent affirmative approval, the suggestion of selecting the chairman of the class. If the class was fortunate in the chairman which it had, it was no less fortunate in having Miss Harriet Elliott as Dean of Women and Dr. Walter Clinton Jackson as Dean of Ad- ministration. To them each student was a distinct individual with a personality, maladjustments, specific capacities to ad- just, and personal abilities all her own, and anything but a stereotyped duplicate of her classmates. They always under- stood and regardless of their decisions pro or con, the students could be assured that they had weighed both sides and every detailed angle before voicing an opinion, making a suggestion, or reaching any conclusion. The class of ' 40 found them to be sincere in their insistance that students stop in their offices to see them. They found that they would talk not to two execu- tives, but to two companionable persons. They, too, were glad that they had made Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina the college of their choice. In four years, they, too, had come to realize that they had much to gain from and to contribute to their college. They had memories to hold, friendships to cherish, learning to retain, and better abilities with which to enjoy life. With bursting hearts they could " praise them today our fair college, " and every other day for as long as they would live. Ninety-two Pon fiv jdl Os SENIOR CLASS POEM The Chellean Driven by primal urge Went forth, Naked, empty-handed. Saw the tusked mammoth Heard the stealthy puma Felt the hindering woodbine ' s coil Saw, heard, felt, and retreated Back into the dim recesses Of the cave-mouth. The primitive one Then fashioned a rude instrument From a flint nodule, And again went forth. Walked slowly stealthily, And struck! Fed upon the prey He conquered. Clothed himself In panther-pelt. Armed with the Carved javelin Swift and piercing strokes He dealt. Not alone was joy in hunting Altamira is out witness With its heavy-headed bison. Painted on the cavern ceilings In the cave of Font-de-Gaume Stand the reindeer And the mammoth Giving their mute testimony. 9i0 In the valley of the rivers, Of the Tigris and Euphrates Lived the hearty Semite peoples With their molded painted vessels. Lived in peace And lived in plenty, Till the merciless Sumerian Swept upon them And o ' er whelmed them. Oh, ye mighty-minded Sumerian Who first did speak And use a language, Who evolved The wedged cunieform, Ultimate ancestor Of our syllabic speech. Greater legacy is this Than all the philosophic reams. Primitive man has laid the cornerstone. He was the vessel progress chose. He was the doer, His were dreams. Our roots grow deeper Than we know JOYCE CHAMBLISS, Poet There is a parallel. We, weaponless appeared Have marched Onward, upward. Armed now — We hold Truth ' s Shining sword. We, who sought knowledge Now are clothed In Scholarship ' s dark-hued vestments. Awakened to Culture ' s splendid world Speaking the language Of the Wise We press forward. There are worlds yet To be conquered And shining, Through the Futures mist, New horizons meet our eyes. Nitieiy-lbree FAMOUS WOMEN OF CLASS OF 1940 HOLD REUNION AT WOMAN ' S COLLEGE (Special to The New York Times) GREENSBORO, N. C, Oct. 5, 1967— Nationally known women in many fields of endeavor, all alumnae of the Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, class of 1940 held a class reunion in the white-columned Alumnae house on the campus of Woman ' s College here today. Occasion for the reunion was the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the college known as " the alma mater of famous women " . The beautiful 200-acre campus was dusted with a light snowfall three feet deep. More than 3,500 students in white snow suits, attended the traditional Founder ' s Day exercises in the recently enlarged Aycock auditorium. The costumes were adopted as the customary college attire in tribute to the Finns of ' 40, a year which ushered in the changing weather conditions which bring an August-to-April winter to the south- land. Prominent alumna, Ruth Gillmore, well-known as the woman mayor of the city of Boston, and specialist in personal adjustments made a short address to her classmates on the subject of politics for women. Alice Suiter Christian, mother and inspired coach of the professional football team, the " Crimson Christians " , and Valerie Powell Jones, whose portrait entitled " American Womanhood " by the young artist Remm-Gogh won the International award last year, were seen chatting together. Nancy Yates, first woman Secretary of the Treasury, who balanced the national budget with her popular maxim, " A little bit more will do it! " dropped the national financial worries and relaxed in the pleasant up- stairs rooms of the Alumnae house. Anne Tillinghast, who has just published the sixth volume of CASE WORK IN NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITIES discussed sociological problems with her friend, Natalie Krug, who is currently on a lecture tour of the south describing for audiences her method of writing American history in terms of mental tests given to a cross section of the population of the United States. Miss Krug received her first impetus in the field as historian of the class of ' 40 Celia Durham Trabue, woman legislator who introduced the success- ful bill in Congress for the 25-hour day was accompanied by her two daughters, Celia and Douglina, who are making their debut into Wash- ington society this winter. Other outstanding women gathered in beautiful Alumnae house were Muriel Qua and Marian Fisher, founders of the Fishaquarium; Christina Changans, designer of long brushes for short painters which were endorsed by Mr. James Painter, adviser to the class of 1940, Eunice King, counselor- confidant of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Ellen Griffin entertained with extracts from her book which has chanqed the whole character of Ameri- can humor, FROM BITTER HUMOR TO BETTER LAUGHTER MUSCLES. Anne Pike Lamb, wife of the Prime Minister of Canada came from her home in Quebec, as did Jean Noel Yarborough of the Bahama Islands, and Helen Wygant Bussey of Brazil. Also present were Lynette Moss Tender, wife of multi-millionaire B. R Tender who made his first million as director of the famous Hotel Des Moines Coffee Shop. Mrs. Tender dissolved the famous chemistry partner- ship of Wyatte and Moss with her marriage. Frances Hall Smith, wife of Chief Justice Smith came from her Washington home. Dorothy Herbert, author of SINCE THE FORTIES, a brilliant work of post-war England, came to Greensboro direct from New York where she docked yesterday. Women of interest in the business world who were present included Josephine Kellogg, advertising expert and editorial group head of the Hugh Henry Advertising company; Emily Goodrum, secretary to the American editor of the Encyclopedia Brittannica; Emma Sharpe Avery, personnel manager of Best and Company; Jean Kinsey, director of the Travelon travel bureau; Betty Burns, secretary to the mayor of the grow- ing city of Lumberton, N. C; Mary Day, head of the circulation depart- ment of the New York HERALD-TRIBUNE; Dorothea Matthews, holder of the world ' s record for typing speed for whom the new Flyenkeys typewriter was designed; Mildred Hough, distinguished ex-manager of the Palmer House of Chicago who is opening her new entertainment center in New York within the week. Miss Hough ' s Bar Tavern widely publicized through- out the nation is expected to add many new angles to the night life of the nation. Marguerite Koonce motored to the reunion from her beautiful home " Brown Acres " near Murfreesboro, N C Miss Koonce originated the popular Date-While-You-Wait bureau, well-known throughout the South. Ruby Morgan, founder and manager of the Morgan Meals cafe- terias chain was present, as was one of her competitors for the feeding of the country, Adell Sherard, inventor of Sherard ' s Sure Shredd, condensed breakfast food which makes it possible to eat breakfast on the way to work. Kate Black, famous court stenographer, Josephine Conley, dictation expert who once dictated 9,866 words per minute; Esther Londner of the planning and research department of Macy ' s; Patsy Jones, member of the Board of Trustees of Woman ' s College; and Mary Frances Futrell, prom- inent social reformer of North Carolina attended the class reunion. Helen Cunningham, who is famous as player of the bells at Bok Bell Tower in Florida renewed her acquaintance with Elizabeth Holmes, com- poser of the music used in the filming of the " Great American Saga " which featured the handsome blonde opera star, Annie Lea Rose. Miss Rose, also of the class of ' 40, is on the West Coast and was unable to attend the reunion. Other personalities in the field of music who gathered in Alumnae house included Frances Harward, called " the pianist who made of the piano a symphony orchestra " , Sarah Pardo responsible for the sudden improvement of music broadcast from her native stations in Cuba; Kathlyn Saltman, pianist for the Philadelphia Philharmonic sym- phony; Betsy Davison, band leader and originator of the recent rhythm vogue, the " swing canter " , Catherine Stanton, state supervisor of music; and Madelyn Schultz, first soprano in the Riverside choir. Graduates of the class of ' 40 include several women destined to be- come nationally known scientists. Present here tod ay were Roberta Hardee, leading laboratory technician in the firm of the Better Pipe Lines Com- pany of Texas; Eleanor Horner, prominent archeologist; Marjorie Swanson, anthropologist and author of WHY MAN? who conducts Sunday afternoon radio discussion groups; Naomi Daniel, outstanding roentgenologist; Nell Moore, dietitian for the United States army responsible for the prime physical condition of our standing army; and Katherine Britten, tech- nologist and inventor of Britten tooth powder. Lois Barnes, illustrator of children ' s books; Evelyn Brown, designer preeminent of the best in American furnishings, Emeline Roberson, founder of the Ocracoke School of Art, Hilda Brady, director of the Modern American Art museum all received their initial art training in the art department of the Woman ' s College. Other alumnae artists and decorators included Mary Frances Hawkins, fashion illustrator of HARPER ' S BAZAAR; and the Rebecca Davis-Prather Sisk decorator team Miss Davis and Miss Sisk who became famous as beach club interior artists have just redec- orated the Gold Room of the White House. Eleanor Ross, brilliant author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book WE SAY IN THE COUNTRY, headed the group of women writers who held a discussion in the library of the Alumnae house. Joyce Chambliss, the women ' s poet, autographed a copy of her SONNETS IN GOLD FILIGREE for the library of the Alumnae house. Other literary lights included Kathryn Holman, scenario editor of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Elizabeth Pettigrew, interesting author of a series of articles " Agrarianism in South Carolina " ; Alice Sircom, theatre critic for the NEW YORKER; Maude Staton, revealing columnist for VOGUE, author of BEHIND HER FORE- HEAD; Dorothy Kanipe, author of children ' s books; Dorothy Lovell author of MEMOIRS OF HORDES OF CASANOVAS; Anne Shook author of CURRITUCK TALES or HOW WE LIVE HAPPILY ON PIG FEET AND TURNIP GREENS. Martha Lee Martin, head of the history department of Columbia university and author of the most scholarly work done by a woman on Neanderthal man explained her theories to Margaret Wyatte, chemistry editor of the New York Encyclopedia. Betty Brown, famous statistician who computed for the government how much the United States saved by staying out of the last war, and Mary Irma Rives, collector of statistics for the Department of Agriculture exchanged notes. Frances Barringer, professor of Mathematics at Woman ' s Ninety-four Vm M fi GJ(U 4s College and Eleanor Cashwell, supervisor of the teaching of mathematics in North Carolina were also present. Dorothy Coley, originator of the famous " Collida in the Air " trapeze act with Barnum and Bailey circus promised to do her act in the gym- nasium at a special performance. Louise Meroney, head of Roney Rhythm School and Peggy Snowden, founder of the Allie School of Dance, both received training in the Woman ' s College physical education department. Matoaka Torrence, known to ' teen-age girls throughout the country who have attended Toka ' s Retreats in the mountains of several states; Daisy Chamness, famous masseuse; Emily White, national Girl Scout leader; Ruth Weinger of Weinger Playground fame; Blanche Anderson and Evelyn Wunsch, orthopedic experts by whose services thousands of young Amer- icans have walked were all included in the celebrations. Helen Cohen, tennis pro, whose sports shop has made Cohen fashions the best in sports attire also attended. Rebecca Talley, head mistress of the select Miss Talley ' s School for Girls; Virginia Gaylord, prominent research educationalist in the field of experimental schools; Rachel Bright, principal of the Schools for Gifted Children; Virginia Howell, head of employment service located in Raleigh, N. C ; Bertha Ammons, famous as the primary teacher who improves small children ' s sense of rhy.thm with instructions in the once-popular folk dance — the jitterbug; Elizabeth Quinn of Miss Quinn ' s Nursery School for Quintuplets, Sarah Austin, mathematician with the department of Honest Weights and Measurements in Raleigh; Julia Fuller, head of American Youth Hostels in the south; Marie Dimmette who is at work on an English textbook for high school students; Eloise Herring, prominent lecturer on nursery school techniques; Jane Herring, supervisor of art in New York state; Elise Thompson, principal of the progressive Chadbourn high school; Edith Daniel, Merchandiser of French dolls; Doris Butler, head of the Doris Butler charm school whose famous slogan " Indifference is the answer " has introduced a new element into the personality of educated American women; and Eleanor Bell, president of the National Education association also attended the gathering. Prominent women of affairs in the Alumnae house today included: Grace Harding, charming air hostess who doubled the popularity of aero- plane travel with her well-trained corps of girl hostesses; Marion Okell, social director of the Astor hotel; Beth White, whose famous satires on ballet and modern dance are said to surpass the acting of the once-famous Charlie Chaplin; Jean Cooney, GO. P. campaign manager; Maxine Efland, expert and internationally known authority on contract bridge; Margery Faison, designer who has made the three words, " Gowns by Faison " a box office attraction; Lois Guyer, publisher of rare books; Katherine Rimmer, famous head of " Children ' s Town, " N. C; Ann Fox, registrar at Alabama Polytechnic institute at Auburn, Ala.; Annie Lee Knox, president of the American Home Economics association; Alice McDowell, singer of radio fame as the star of the " Optimism " programs; Elizabeth Ellis Guian, party planner for the nation, successor to Elsa Maxwell, Mary Cecile Higgins, head of Stage Managers Company, Inc.; Jennie Sewell Marks, interior decorator whose symbol, a football, is the last word in recreation furnish- ings. Elizabeth Randle, national head of 4-H club work; Eunice Outlaw, made famous by the slogan of her tea rooms " In-laws Get Along at Out- law ' s " ; Sara Keller, lecturer on " Educating the American Campus " ; Edith Turner, superintendent of the great Turner Hospital, outstanding in its work with the mentally diseased; Joyce Rouse, dietitian at Woman ' s Col- lege; Mary Ellen Hege, district attorney in Philadelphia; Elizabeth Leary, librarian of the Congressional library in Washington; Mary Routh Cochran, program director of the National Broadcasting company; Mary Louise Riddick, professor of Romance languages at Woman ' s College (authority on Scotland Neck dialects); Janette Thornton, president of the Senior League and adviser to young pages; Emily Siler of the Foreign Policy association of New York City who gained her present position with her real ability to talk more rapidly than the average foreigner, Editha Morris, builder and financier of Tarboro ' s Great Aquacade. Isabel Palmer, commercial photographer who made possible three- dimensional photographs for magazines; Betty Clutts, international liter- ary agent; Ruth Crotty, director of Radio Speaker ' s Bureau, Avril Gentles who has given to the stage the greatest Lady Macbeth in three decades; Ruth Gordon, director of the Early American museum in Washington; Dovie Kinlaw, dietitian at Stuart Circle hospital, Richmond, Va; Elaine Meyers, director of Elaine ' s Private Entertainment bureau; Nola Reed, prominent foreign resident commercial representative; Pearl Lindley Sykes whose inspired advertising copy has sold more than a billion dollars worth of products; Packy Winslow, designer of sets for Fox Studios; Dorothy Brown, professional story teller who amuses the children of the nation with her daily broadcasts; Hildred Tomlinson, bridal counselor, who writes the new syndicated column " Darling — " ; Margery Gallagher whose voice is familiar throughout the nation as the Southern accent for all Southern characters in Hollywood ' s animated cartoons. Ruth Oncley, director of the Academy Award-winning picture, " Two Doors " and Frances Ingram who played the lead in the film arrived late in the afternoon. Margaret Abernethv, recently returned from China where she worked with the college students of China, wired her regrets. Miss Abernethy along with Rebecca Gilbert Covington were expected to serve on a committee for the building of a new library for Woman ' s College. Mary Graham Morrison Withers, famous peach pickler; Marion Gal- loway Hendricks, mother of the " Eleven Red-Heads " , famous University of North Carolina students; Barbara Huff Puff, wife of Colonel Puff, special- ist in barometer readings in the Windy City; and Dorothy Bell Hubbard, beloved " Old Mother Hubbard " of Dix ' s Hill of which her husband is head were among the returned almunae of ' 40. Prominent women of society attending included Mesdames: R. 0. Kirkman, Jr., nee Virginia Craver; C. H. Groome, nee Margaret Moser; James Tolbert, nee Olive Briggs; Beechy Gaither, nee Helen Page; Edward Shokes, nee Katherine Griffin; Morris Lent, nee Virginia Sterling; Dick Carter, nee Margaret Chaffee; Ike Ham, nee Wilhelmina Efird; Shaw Smith, nee Helen Howerton; I. F. Gotmon, nee Betty Wise; J T. Johnson, nee Marilyn Pruden; Carl Inderfurth, nee Frances Seawell; Swamp Nor- wood, nee Ruth Chadwick; James Bryan Whitford, nee Jessie Land; Max Sanders, nee Martha Adams; John Green, nee Lucy Newell; Joe Hamilton, nee Elinor Howard; Bill Hearne, nee Sarah Hall; Freeman Vestal, nee Helen Gray Whitney; Julian Aydlett, nee Dorothy Brock; Howard Guian, nee Elizabeth Ellis; Howard Smythe, nee Thelma Hammond; Kermit Murphy, nee Jean Hartsook; Charles McCloud, nee Nettie Harvey; John Cram, nee Barbara Brown; James Blenn Perkins, nee Patrician Irwin; A. T. Grant, nee Angela Hammond; Allison D. Allison, nee Anne Person; Ben Di I worth, nee Shirley Armentrout; Sheron Harris, nee Geraldine Rogers; Robert Jobbins, nee Joy Carman; Kenneth Faucette, nee Caddie Walker; Robert Sumerlin, nee Lucille Brooks; Philip Gunther, nee Sue Connor Munday; Henry Bert- ram Worthington, nee Dorothy Dennis; Robert Dysart, nee Virginia Con- nor; Bud McMillan, nee Sue Sweeney; Judd Jones, nee Leah Croom; Willis Kimrey, nee Phoebe Ennis; Harold Holt, nee Martha McLean; and D. V Dixon, nee Mamie Grace Smith. tm GRACE EVELYN LOVING, Prophet. Ninety-five COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 1940 FRIDAY, JUNE 7 4:00 p. m Registration Alumnae House 8:00 p.m. Open House and Musical Visiting alumnae, faculty, and campus guests Alumnae House 9:00 p.m. Commencement Ball (Senior Class) ALUMNAE DAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 8 10:00 a.m. Series of Quarter-hour Talks on the Present European Sit- uation Alumnae House 12:00 noon Luncheon Bus ' ness Meeting North Dining Hall 3:00 p.m. Visit to the New Buildings on the Campus 4:30 p.m. Senior Class Day Front Campus 6:00 p.m. Class Reunion Suppers 8:30 p.m. Guest Performance by Playlikers Aycock Auditorium SUNDAY, JUNE 9 1 1 :00 a.m. Baccalaureate Sermon Dr. Ralph W Sockman, Christ Church, New York City Aycock Auditorium 4:00 p.m. Commencement Concert Aycock Auditorium 5:00 p.m. Informal Gathering for Seniors, Parents, Alumnae and Friends Lawn in front of Dean ' s Home MONDAY, JUNE 10 10:30 a.m. Graduating Exercises The President of the University of North Carolina The Representative of the Senior Class The Governor of the Stale of North Carolina The Dean of Administration Aycock Auditorium Senior of ' 40 looked back — It seemed only yesterday that she stood in line to get her courses for the first semester arranged. How her feet ached when it was all over 1 And the next week wasn ' t much better. She wished they would open the new dorm so everyone could settle down to a normal life There was a new dining room too. Eating there was almost like attending the Faculty-Senior Banquet, the high-light of the whole year — well, anyway it was one high-light. The Sen- ior-Faculty Party was swell too. It seemed odd to attend senior functions. Even at the Junior-Senior Dance she felt like a member of her sister class. But one couldn ' t forget always 1 Not with those horrid comprehensives hanging around until April 20. Why did Sen- ior of ' 40 have to be the first to pass that belt? She dreaded them so that the administration gave her two days in which to gather up her nerves, but that only meant there would be no Senior Day. Still there was a senior class chapel program and the senior formal. That much of the old tradition survived. And the senior unmusical. . . But it wasn ' t funny when the class of ' 40 filed out from the last mass meeting singing those words which are ever true : " We praise thee today, our fair College. " Then there were those last weeks bringing a tea from Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Jackson, the Alumnae Reception, the Com- mencement Ball, and finally — a diploma. Senior of ' 40 looked back and saw it all, but one cannot live in the past forever; so she turned and walked toward the future. Ninety-six VmTI HwmU 4s IN MEMORIAM PEARLER. FRICK mo Ninety-seven GRACE EVELYN LOVING JULIA FULLER NETTIE HARVEY JANE HERRING DOROTHY BROWN EDITHA MORRIS RUTH RUSSELL NATALIE KRUG LETITIA ASHBY ELEANOR HORNER MARY ELLEN HEGE ELIZABETH ELLI5 VALERIE POWELL Nineij-e gbt Pvn eed e EOITH TURNER ANNE TILLINGHAST JEAN NOEL MARILYN PRUDEN MARGARET ABERNETMY REBECCA TALLEY VIRGINIA AMBROSE WILLIE 7 REXLER AVRILGENTLES ANNIE B. SMITH MARIAN McNEILL A t PEGGY HCLMAN ANNE SHOOK DOROTHEA MATTHEWS HELEN WYGANT WADIE BROOKS ADELLSHERARD mo Ninety-nine Jivntim i .» - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS and CHAIRMAN JUNIOR CLASS SONG Steadfast of purpose we now stand, And ever true we ' ll be. We will forever honor, praise And love bestow on thee. Our Alma Mater, may we ne ' er Forget the happy days spent here; With joyful voices we are ever Raising songs of cheer. The kindly virtues you have taught Shine brightly as the sun; We part to e ' er uphold them, The class of ' 41 . COLORS Blue and White FLOWER Forget-Me-Not MOTTO " Steadfast of purpose " HELEN WILLIAMS SECRETARY ELLEN MAGILL TREASURER MISS LYDA GORDON SHIVERS CLASS CHAIRMAN FRANCES DANIEL PRESIDENT ELIZABETH FALLS VICE-PRESIDENT One Hundred Two ttow five lie JANICE ABERNATHY CHARLOTTE LOUISE ALEXANDER HUNTERSVILLE MARY ANDERSON GUILFORD COLLEGE VALLIE ANDERSON 1 GASTON I A GRACE AYCOCK PRINCETON MARGUERITE AYERS OAK CITY DORIS AYRES ROSELLE, N J. KATHRYN BAIN GREENSBORO BETTIEBAISE REIDSVILLE DORIS BAKER HOLLY SPRINGS DOROTHY BANKS TRENTON KATHLEEN BARBER BURLINGTON FLORENCE BARNES WALLINGFORD, CONN. DOROTHY BARTLETT NEW YORK, N. Y. SARAH BEARD ATKINSON CARRIE LEE BEASLEY FOUR OAKS FAYE BECKERDITE WINSTON-SALEM ELEANOR W. BELL GREENSBORO 9i0 One Hundred Three DORIS BENSON NASHVILLE LEEIDA BESHEARS FRANKLIN MARY MARGARET BINFORD GUILFORD COLLEGE SUE BISHOP GREENSBORO EMMA NEALE BLACK CHARLOTTE RAMA BLACKWOOD JONESVILLE NANCY BLANTON ELLENBORO JOAN BLUETHENTHAL WILMINGTON JOHANNA BOET CASTLE HAYNE ETHEL MILLER BOYD MONROE ANNEM. BOYETTE SMITHFIELD ANNIE BRASWELL ROCKY MOUNT CLARENA BRASWELL MONROE ALMA BREWER POLKTON NANCY ANN BREWSTER WASHINGTON, D C ANNETTE BRIDGES RALEIGH LOUISE BRISSON LUMBERTON DOROTHY MAY BROWN TARBORO One Hundred Four Pow five U 4s JUDITH BULLOCK RED SPRINGS LUELLA BURDEN AULANDER DORIS E. BURKE WINSTON-SALEM PAULINE BURNS NEWTON ARPHA BURRELL ROSEBORO ANNE BUTLER DURHAM DOROTHY BUTLER ROSEBORO REBECCA BUTLER ST. PAULS ALICE CALDER WILMINGTON ANNA CALDWELL CARTHAGE FLORENCE CALVERT B LACK MOUNTAIN LUCILLE CAMPBELL HARMONY CATHERINE M CARPENTER GASTON I A CATHERINE CARTER ASHEVILLE EVELYN CASE PANTEGO IMOGENECASHION HICKORY JENNIE CECIL LEXINGTON ANNIE LOU CHANDLER GOLDSBORO mo One Hundred Vive VIRGINIA CHAPMAN PITTSBURGH, PA MARY ANN CHEEK NEW BERN JEAN CHURCH NEW BERN EVELYN CLARK HENDERSONVILLE E LEE CLEGG GREENSBORO LAURA CLINE ASHEVILLE MARY BELLE CLINE LINCOLNTON HAZEL COBLER ROCKY MOUNT MARGARET COIT GREENSBORO SARA VIRGINIA COLER I DER HICKORY JANE COOK MOORESTOWN, N. J. FRANCES T. COOKE FRANKLINTON MARY E. COOPER DOBSON RUTH COWAN CHADBOURN CARRIE COX CAVE CITY ELEANOR COX GREENSBORO EVELYN COX GREENSBORO MURIEL CRAIG NEWARK, N.J. One Hundred Six ROSEMARY CROSS OCEANPORT, N.J. RUTH CROUCH STONY POINT GUYLADAIL WINTERVILLE FRANCES DANIEL HENDERSON MARY DELLA DAVIS WARRENTON VALDA DAVIS OXFORD NETTIE DAY OXFORD HELENA DEAN WINSTON -SALEM MARY DIAMOND WASHINGTON ELIZA DICKINSON WILSON MARGARET DICKSON HIGH POINT CAROLINE DILLARD CANDLER DOROTHY C. DIXON BROWNS SUMMITT AUDREE FAYE DODSON GREENSBORO MARGARET DOUGLAS GREENSBORO PAULINE DOUGLAS HIGH POINT ELLA DOUGLASS RALEIGH RITA DUBOIS RALEIGH mo One Hundred Seven ROBERTA DUNLAP WADESBORO ELEANOR ECHOLS GREENSBORO FRANCES LLOYD EDWARDS SEABOARD MARY LOUISE EDWARDS KINSTON VIRGINIA EGERTON HILL SPRING JEAN ELLIOT AHOSKIE KATHRYN EVANS MURFREESBORO ELIZABETH FALLS SHELBY MARY FARLOW GREENSBORO VIRGINIA FARNSWORTH HORSE SHOE JEAN FAULCONER GREENSBORO JOAN FELDMAN HARTFORD, CONN. RACHEL FISH ANGIER NANCY FLANAGAN GREENVILLE SARA FLEET GREENSBORO HELEN FONDREN GREENSBORO MARGARET FORDHAM GREENSBORO ELIZABETH FRANCIS WAYNESVILLE Hon fiiMjdlcst ' One Hundred Ei hl CHRISTINE GADDY ROCKY MOUNT MARY EMMA GAMBLE DAVIDSON THOMAS ENA GANDY WADESBORO SHIRLEY GARMON CHARLOTTE GWENDOLYN GAY FITCHBURG, MASS. SARA GENTRY LILLINGTON I DA GIBBS COLUMBIA EDNA GIBSON LAURINBURG RACHEL GILCHRIST BROWN SUMMITT ELIZABETH GILL HENDERSON JANEGILLET WASHINGTON, D. C. BESS F.GILLIAM ELON COLLEGE LOUISE GODBEY WINSTON-SALEM NELLIE GRAVELY WOODSDALE IDA GRAY DURHAM KATY RUTH GRAYSON FOREST CITY GLENNIE GRIFFIN WINGATE LUCILLE GRIFFIN SANFORD mo One Hundred Nine DORIS GROSS WEST HARTFORD, CONN. FRANCES GROVERMAN GEORGETOWN, S C. EDNA GROVES GREENSBORO EDNAGUNN REIDSVILLE NELVIN GUNN REIDSVILLE MARTHA HALL WILMINGTON RUTH F. HALL ROSEBORO VIRGINIA HALSTEAD KEARNEY, N. J. MARTHA HAMILTON MONROE PEGGY HAMMOND CRANFORD, N.J. KATHERINEHAMRICK BOILING SPRINGS SADIE M. HAMRICK SHELBY VIRGINIA HARDESTY MOREHEADCITY MARY ELIZABETH HARGETT MATTHEWS MARY JANE HARRELSON CHERRYVILLE ANNIE ELIZABETH HARRIS CONETOE MARTHA L. HARRIS ORIENTAL MILDRED HARRIS WINGATE One Hundred Tet, SARA E. HARRISON MOUNT AIRY ANNA MAE HATCHER HIGH POINT AUDREY HATSELL JACKSONVILLE SIGRID HEINE MT. CLEMENS, MICH ELIZABETH HELSABECK RURAL HALL OLIVE HENNESSEE PINEHURST LOIS HENRY WASHINGTON, D.C JEANETTE HEYMAN SAVANNAH, GA BELVAHIGGINS TRENTON CLARA HILL SMITHFIELD EDITH HINSHAW GREENSBORO JEAN HODGES WINSTON-SALEM ANNEHODGIN GREENSBORO HOPE HOLLAND MARION VIRGINIA HOLLEMAN JACKSONVILLE ELIZABETH HOOK MUNCIE, IND. EDITH HOPKINS BROWN SUMM ITT EVELYN HORNE WILMINGTON mo One Hundred Eleven RUTH HOUSE HOBGOOD MARY ELIZABETH HOUSTON WILMINGTON MILDRED HOWARD BERIE ' S CREEK CAROLYN HOWELL SMITHFIELD EVELYN M HOWELL GASTON I A MARY LOU HOYLE FALLSTON POLLY HUFF MARS HILL CLARA HUNTER GREENSBORO SUSAN JANE HUNTER TOBACCOVILLE MARGUERETTE INGRAM TRINITY ELEANOR JACKSON DAVIDSON KATHERINEJERNIGAN DUNN MARTHA J ESSUP NEWTON BESS JOHNSON HENDERSON DOROTHY JOHNSON GREENSBORO EMETH JOHNSON CONWAY MERLA JOHNSON BUNN STELLA JOHNSTON DAVIDSON Vmti fiitejdle , One Hundred Twelve THELMA JOHNSTON STATESVILLE BERNICE JONES WHITEVILLE FRANCES JONES LAURINBURG MAYME JONES EUREKA MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN RALEIGH EUGENIA KEARNS PLEASANT GARDEN MADELEINE KEENE COATS BERTHA KELLER CHIMNEY ROCK KAY KEMP ZEBULON FRANCES KERNER KERNERSVILLE MARYE. KIERNAN NEW HAVEN, CONN. HAZEL KIKER WADESBORO HELEN KISER HICKORY ROWENA KNOTT OXFORD VIRGINIA LAMM WILSON CAROLYN LANGSTON DANVILLE, VA. GERALDINE LAWRENCE HOBGOOD VIRGINIA A. LEE MAIDEN mo One Hundred Thirteen VIRGINIA M.LEE BALTIMORE, MD. HELEN LEFLER NORWOOD RUTH LEONARD CUMBERLAND, MD. LUCILE LEWIS TABOR CITY MARY LEWIS WALSTONBURG MARY LINDSAY GREENSBORO BETTY LI PPMAN SPRINGFIELD, MASS. DORRICE LITCHFIELD EMPORIA, VA. FRANCES LITTLE GREENSBORO DOROTHY LITTLEF I ELD FAIRMONT MATRENA LOCKHART RALEIGH MARY LONG SEVERN FRANCES LOWE ELON COLLEGE SARITA McAVOY GREENSBORO VIVIAN McCALL SALISBURY NELL McCALLUM ROWLAND JEAN ELIZABETH McDONALD EAST ORANGE, N.J. JEAN KAY McDONALD NORTON, VA. One Hundred Fourteen VMTU fi Mjdl 4s FRANCES McGOOGAN ST. PAULS ISABEL Mc I NTOSH SUMMIT, N. J. RUTH McKEITHAN DARLINGTON, S. C. KATHRYN McLEOD DUNN ANNIE McRAINEY LUMBERTON JEANNETTEMcSWAIN KINGS MOUNTAIN ALICE MADRY RICH SQUARE ELLEN MAGILL WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. MARY J. MALLARD GREENSBORO RUTH MANESS HEMP MABEL MASSEY PLEASANT HILL CHARLOTTE MATTHEWS STONEVILLE MARTHA MENDENHALL ASHEBORO LOUISE MERCER BLADENBORO MARY F. MICKEY BALTIMORE, MD. J UANITA MILLER SALISBURY MARY MILLER BAKERSVILLE MILLICENT MILLER TAYLORSVILLE IW One Hundred Fifteen MILDRED MILLSAPS ASHEBORO SARAH MONROE FAYETTEVILLE LILLIAN MONTGOMERY ASHEVILLE BETTY LOU MOORE ASHEVILLE BLANCHE MOORE BATTLEBORO DAISY LEE MOORE WADESBORO HELEN FINCH MORGAN ALBEMARLE JANET MORRISON FLUSHING, N. Y. JEAN MORROW ALBEMARLE EMMA KELLY MOSELEY WARRENTON MARY FRANCES MOSS GROVER HELEN MULLICAN WALNUT COVE JANET MURPHY UPPER MONTCLAIR, N.J. MARGUERITE MURPHY WAYNESVILLE JONLYN MURRAY HIGH ROCK CAROL NEWBY NEWTON OLEEN NORMAN ELKIN MARJORIE NORTON FAIRFIELD, CONN. One Hundred Sixteen Pone, fi tejdl 4s ELSIE NUNN WHITEVILLE HELEN O ' BRYAN BEAUFORT JANE O ' CONNOR WATERTOWN, CONN, DORA OLIVER GREENSBORO LOUISE M.OLIVER GREENSBORO BEULAH ORMAND DOVER THELMA OSBORNE HIGH POINT JEANNE OWEN GIBSONVILLE ADA PAGE HENDERSON MARTHA T. PALMER GREENSBORO FRANCES PARKER RALEIGH HELEN PARKER POLKTON JANE PARKER SMITHFIELD MARGARET PARKER BENSON IRENE PARSONS NORTH WILKESBORO J AN IE PASCHAL GOLDSTON JULIA PASCHALL WILSON ELIZABETH PATTEN NEW BERN mo One Hundred Seventeen DOROTHY PATTERSON MATTHEWS ALICE PETERS GRAFTON, MASS SHIRLEY PILLER HAWTHORNE, N.J. MARIANNA PIPKIN GREENSBORO MARY ELIZABETH PITMAN PENLAND REBECCA PITTMAN SCOTLAND NECK MILDRED PLEASANT DANVILLE, VA ELIZABETH PLEASANTS GREENSBORO VIRGINIA PLONK KINGS MOUNTAIN NANCY POE ROCKY MOUNT LOISPOPP NEW HAVEN, CONN ALICE PORTER GREENSBORO BESSIE POWELL MIAMI, FLA. MARIE POWERS ST. PAULS BETTY PREVETTE ASHEBORO ALMA PRITCHARD ELIZABETH CITY SARAH RAMSAUR LINCOLNTON HELEN RANKIN GASTON I A One Hundred Eighteen Pow ffvedU ts STELLA RAY ASHEV1LLE MARTHA REGISTER FAYETTEVILLE EDITH REID HARMONY HELEN RITCHIE DINWIDDIE, VA. LUCILLE ROBERTS MARSHALL MABEL ROBERTS HILLSBORO CLARA ROESCH SUFFERN, N. Y. ESTELLE ROGERS CREEDMOOR NAN ROGERS GRAHAM ALLA IRVINE ROMMEL LOUISVILLE, KY. ELIZABETH ROOT NEW YORK, N. Y. ELIZABETH ROSA GREENSBORO VIRGINIA ROTH NEW HAVEN, CONN. CHRISTINE ROYALL CLINTON MARJORIE ROYS MT. CLEMENS, MICH. BLANCHE RUBIN BROOKLYN, N. Y. ELIZABETH RUFFIN TARBORO BETTY LEE RUSSELL ASHEVILLE One Hundred Nineteen JOYCE SAFRIT WINSTON -SALEM LUCILLE SAFRIT BEAUFORT BETTY JEAN SAN DEL RALEIGH BETSY SANDERS BLUE RIDGE LULA MAE SANDERS RALEIGH VIRGINIA SANFORD GREENSBORO ELAINE SCHOLL CHARLOTTE FRANCES SCOTT GREENSBORO KATHARINE SCOT HAMLET DORIS SHAFFER GREENSBORO FLORENCE SHARP REIDSV1LLE ELIZABETH SHERRILL SHERREL ' S FORD HELEN SHERWIN GREENSBORO ADELAIDE SHUFORD HICKORY MARJORIESILBIGER GREENSBORO DELILAH SILER GREENSBORO CUBA SILVER RALEIGH SALL IE SLOAN GARLAND One Hundred Twenty 19o7lC fi teJCU 4s MARY SLOCUM WILMINGTON ELEANOR SLOOP MONROE BETTY SMART SHELBY BETSY SMITH LIBERTY FLORENCE F. SMITH ERWIN MARGARET W.SMITH FAYETTEVILLE MILDRED SMITH KITTRELL NANCY SMITH WILMINGTON NAOMI SMITH BENSON RACHEL SMITH FRANCISCO VIVIAN SNYDER WINSTON-SALEM CELESTE SPIVEY RICH SQUARE FRANCES STATON REIDSVILLE GLADYS STEDMAN ARLINGTON, N J. JENNIE D STOUT SNOW CAMP MARY JANE STUART WINSTON -SALEM AZALEA SURLES BLADENBORO HELEN SWEET SCRANTON, PA iW One Hundred Twenty-one DOROTHY SWINDELL WASHINGTON KATHARINE TALLEY RANDLEMAN ELIZABETH TEAGUE SANFORD HAZEL THAYER MT. PLEASANT BETTY THOMPSON COLERAIN GLADYS T1LLETT CHARLOTTE JENNIE V.TOMLIN GASTON I A BETSY TROTTER WINSTON -SALEM YVETTE TURLINGTON GOLDSBORO MARGARET VREELAND UPPER MONTCLAIR, N. J. MILDRED VREELAND FORT BRAGG ELEANOR WADE PITTSFIELD, MASS. JANE WALKER WAYNESVILLE JOSEPHINE WALKER WINSTON-SALEM LORA WALTERS LA GRANGE DOROTHY WARD RALEIGH MURILLWARD ASH SARAH WARD HERTFORD Horv fie dl 4s One Hundred Twenty-two INEZ WARREN GARLAND VIVIAN WARREN NEWTON GROVE BARBARA WASHINGTON DERBY LINE, VT. MARY FRANCES WATERS GREENSBORO LOUISE WATSON WADESBORO VIRGINIA WELLS GREENSBORO BETTY WEL SH MONROE PAULINE WENTZ ASHEVILLE BETSEY WEST WILMINGTON CAROLINE WHITE COLERAIN FAYE WHITE GREENSBORO LOUISE WHITE STATESVILLE NANCY WHITE GREENSBORO FAITH WHITLARK TARBORO MARY PELHAM WHITLEY ALBEMARLE EVELYN WILLIAMS LILESVILLE HELEN WILLIAMS LEAKSVILLE JEAN WILLIAMS WARRENTON mo One Hundred Twenty-three MARJORIE WILLIAMS SWAN QUARTER SARAH WILLIAMS STATESVILLE CAROLYN WILLIS RALEIGH RACHEL WILLIS NEWTON JENNIE MAE WILLOUGHBY AHOSK1E RUTH WILSON AHAPANOKE SARAH WINBORNE EDENTON DORIS WINSLOW ROBERSONVILLE WILLIE MAE WISEMAN SPRUCE PINE CAROLYN WOLFE HICKORY REBECCA WOOSLEY GRANITE FALLS NELLIE WORK GREENSBORO MARY LOUISE WRENN SILERCITY DORIS WRIGHT GUILFORD COLLEGE RACHEL YARBOROUGH YANCEYVILLE LOUISE C.YEATTES PELHAM MILDRED YOUNTS GREENSBORO ERMAH YELVERTON EUREKA On e Hundred Twenty-four Pcn fi wjdl 4, IN MEMORIAM OPAL MERRILL mo One Hundred Twenty-five MopfvorrurrCe SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS and CHAIRMAN SOPHOMORE CLASS SONG We, the class of 1942, Sincerely offer our loving hearts to you. We raise our voices, loud and strong To make our words prolong. We, the class of 1942, Lift our voices in a song to you. Our praise for you will never, never end So let our voices blend — as we all Promise you our faith and loyalty, Serving and honest, we will always be To dear old W. C. of U. N. C. We give our hearts to thee. Our ever shining colors, green and white, Will never fail to be our guiding light. We ' ll keep our spirits high and upright For the school of gold and white. COLORS Green and White FLOWER Four-Leaf Clover MOTTO " United Strength " PEGGY PLUMMER Treasurer MARY EPPES President BLANCHE WOOLARD Secretary SUE MURCHISON Vice-President MISS EMILY WATKINS. .Class Chairman One Hundred Twenty-eight HMTI fivGJ(U 4, ABERNETHY ALEXANDER ALLEN, C. ALLEN, N. ALLEY ANDERSON, M. ANDERSON, S. ANDREOTTO ANDREWS APPLE ARDELL AREY ARMSTRONG ARNEY BAILEY BAITY BAKER BALLOW BARBER BAREFOOT BARINEAU BARKELEW BARKER BARNES, E. BARNES, F. BARRETT BATCHELOR BEASLEY BECK BELK BELL BENNETT BERBERT BERRY BERTRAM BETTS BISSELL BLACKMAN BLANTON BLAUVELT mo One Hundred Twenty-nine BLUMENTHAL BOGER BOWEN BRANCH BREEDEN, E. BREEDEN, M. BRICKHOUSE BRIGHT BROWN, G BROWN, LAURA BROWN, LENA BRUNT BRYANT BULLARD BUNN BUTLER BYERLY CABLE CAMPBELL, B CAMPBELL, M CARNES CARSWELL CARTER CAVENESS CHILDS CHILES CHRONISTER CLAPP CLARK, A. CLARK, F. CLAYWELL COAN COCHRANE COCKERHAM COCKFIELD COLEMAN CONKLIN CONYERS COOK CO OKE, E. One Hundred Thirty Vmti H e ile COOKE, M. COOPER, D. COOPER, M. CORW1N COX, M. COX, N. COYLE CREECH CROOM CRUMPTON CRUTCHFIELD CURRIN DARK DARVIN DAUGHTRIDGE DAVIS DeBOE DELBRIDGE DELLINGER DICKENS DILLINGHAM DIXON DOBBINS DOWNEY DUCKWORTH DuFOUR DULIN DUNN EARLY EDMONDSON EDMUNDS EDWARDS, E. WARDS, MARJORI E EDWARDS, MOLLIE ELLIOT EMMONS ENSLEY EPPES EVERETT FATER mo One Hundred Thirty-one Qfcpft FERGUSON, NANCY FERGUSON, NINA FIKE FOLGER FORBES FORSTER FORSYTH E FOUST FRANCK FRANK GAINEY GARDNER GATTIS GODBOLD GOFORTH GOLDMAN GORRELL GRAHAM GRANT GRANTHAM GREGSON GRIFFIN, D GRIFFIN, M, GROSE GUETH GUIN GUION GUNN GWYN HACKNEY HAIGLER HAKES HALL, C. HALL, L HALL, V. HAMLIN HAMMOND HANSON HARDING HARDY Oat Hundred Thirty-Urn 19vne, five He HARKEY HARLESS HARRELL, E, HARRELL, V. HARRELSON HASSELL HAWES HEDGEPETH HEFNER HENNING HENRY HERNDON HIGDON HIGGINS HIGH HILDERMAN HILL, F. HILL, M. HINES HINTON HOBBS HOLDER HOLMES, D. HOLMES, M. HOLT HOLTON HOOTS HORTON HOUSE HOWARD, D HOWARD, J. HOWERTON HUGHES HUNTER HUSKETH HYLTON HYMAN IDOL ISRAEL JACKSON mo One Hundred Thirty-three JOHNSON, H. JOHNSON, M JONES, H. JONES, R. JONES, V. JOSLYN KECK KELLY KERNODLE KETNER KING KNOFSKY KNOTTS KORNEGAY KUHN LAPHAM LAYNE LEE LeGRAND LEONARD, MARIE LEONARD, MARTHA LEVINE LILES LITTLE, K. 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WEBSTER, ANNE WELLES, ELIZABETH WERTZ, MARTHA WHISNANT, CLARA WHISNANT, LAURA WHITE, CAROLYN M. WHITE, FLORENCE WHITE, RUTH WHITEHURST, LOUISE WHITLEY, MARY HAZEL WICKER, ELOISE WILKINS, BROCKETT WILKINS, EDNA MAE WILLEY, MARJORIE WILLIAMS, BETTY WILLIAMS, GAIL WILLIAMS, MARTHA WILLIAMSON, FRANCES WILLIAMSON, MARY ELLA WINCH ELL, NANCY WINECOFF, ANN WOLFE, JEWEL WOMACK, SARAH WOMBLE, MILDRED WOOD, CAROLINE WOOD, ELIZABETH B. WOOLLEY, PATRICIA WORSLEY, JEANNE WYATT, MARTHA WYGANT, JEANNE YATES, JEAN YOFFE, RUTH YORK, NANCY YOUNG, DELICE YOUNG, MARY FRANCES ZIMMERMAN, JEAN mo One Hundred Forty-seven m€ H ' T ■ ■ " ; I a U ■Hi itffij jj il if u fi ONE -YEAR COMMERCIAL STUDENTS ABERNETHY, JANECROWELL ALEXANDER, FRANCES E. APPLEWHITE, GRACE BALLENBERGER, SARABELLE BANGLE, CATHERINE L BARRIER, BEVERLY BAUM,GERALDINE BECK, VIRGINIA BENDER, SELMA BENSON, MARY HANNAH BENTLEY, JANICE BERRY, EMILY RUTH BROWN, MARGARET CAGLE, EVELYN CAMPBELL, EVELYN CAPEL, MARY CATHERINE CAROON, MARY CARPENTER, BARBARA CARR, DORIS CARTER, GLORIA CARTER, MARY E. CARTER, MARY HELEN CASHATT, ALLINE CASTLEBERRY, MARGARET CATES, LILLE CAUSEY, NANCY SCOTT CAVIN, MARY HELEN CHANDLER, ELIZABETH CHISHOLM, TOMMAE CHISHOLM, SARAH ANN COINER, BILLIE COLE, ANNE COLTRANE, MARILYN M. COOK, CAROLYN CORNELIUS, SARAH CRUTCHFIELD, VIRGINIA DAVIS, EVELYN DAVIS, RUTH DEAN, DOROTHY DEVENISH,CECILE DIXON, ALMA DOWNER, JOSEPHINE DRAUGHON, EMMA ELAM, EVELYN ELKINS, BILLIE ELLINGTON, SYBLE EMANUEL, MARY EVERETT, KATHRYN ANN FAGGART, HELEN FALLS, REBECCA FENTRESS, FRANCES FENTRESS, THELMA FLOWERS, GRETCHEN FOUTS, ELOIS FOX, DORIS FRAZURE, CAROLYN FRIDDLE, NORMA A. FURQUERON, FRANCES GAITHER, NELL GILL, ELWYNA GILLIKIN, SYBIL GORNTO, VASHTI D. GRAVELY, EMILY GREER, ALINE LUCILE GRIMES, MARION HARBISON, RUTH HARDAGE, HILDA HARDIN, BOBBIE SHELL HARDING, ANICE HARRELL, CONSTANCE HARRILL, ALICE HARRIS, BETSY HARRISON, MARIAN HARTSELL, HAZELENE HASTY, EMILY HEDRICK, MARY IVAN HILL, BILLIE BOB HINES, LOIS HUNT, JOAN JAMES, FRANCES JARVIS, MYRTLE JONES, JOYCE JONES, MAMIE OLIVIA JONES, VIVIAN BRYAN KITTNER, DOROTHY RUTH LANE, EDITH MARIE LEATHERWOOD, LOUISE LINDEMAN, FRANCES LINVILLE, JUANITA LONG, BETTIE McCAULEY, ELEANOR McCORMICK, MYRTLE mccullers, marguerite Mcdonald, eugenia Mcdonald, katherine McLEUDON, SARA McMillan, julia manning, dorothy midkiff, mildred moore, mary elizabeth myatt, louise nance, mary louise newman, joyce nicholson, vada nicholson, zada odom, helen palmer, corneille pittman, june pope, betty lou price, ruth rice, tulline rose, carolyn ross, doris rudd, hester rush, jane scruggs, leonelle self, juanita shannon, lydia SHEPPARD, REBECCA SHUFORD, MAUDE SIGMON, MARGARET IRENE SINK, GLORIA SMITH, ELOISE ROSS SMITH, HELEN RUTH SMITH, MIRIAM SPARGER, SUSAN B, SPARROW, LOUISE SPEROS, CATHERINE STACEY, LOUISE STYERS, FRANCES SUTTON, FRANCES SWINDELL, MARY LOUISE TAYLOR, SADIE REBECCA THOMPSON, SARAH THROCKMORTON, BETTY TOON, MARY BRYAN TUCKER, MARGARET LUCILLE WAGNER, CHARLEEN WALKER, DORIS WALKER, SARA KATHRYN WALTERS, LILLIAN WAYNICK, MARY ANGELINE WELLS, CAROL WILKIE, MAE WILSON, MABLE WOOD, ELIZABETH K. WOOLEN, MARY RUTH One Hundred Fifty Verves flwuU t III! X d COMMERCIAL CLASS OFFICERS SYBIL GILLIKIN President ANN CHISHOLM Vice-President CATHERINE BANGLE Secretary-Treasurer MISS MARY HARRELL Class Chairman ANN CHISHOLM CATHERINE BANGLE SYBIL GILLIKIN mo One Hundred Fifty-one GtypsnAyoubCorn ALUMNAE and FORMER STUDENTS ASSOCIATION, Incorporated OFFICERS MRS R S FERGUSON ... President MRS PAUL MAULDEN Vice-President LAURA H COIT Honorary President CLARA B BYRD. . . Executive Secretary PECKY CYPRESS ROOM IN ALUMNAE HOUSE ALUMNAE and FORMER STUDENTS ASSOCIATION. Inc. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES LILLIAN 1 MASSEY DR MARY POTEAT MRS. RICHARD HOGUE MRS W L CARTER MRS. C A. STREET MRS. K GREENFIELD MRS LUTHER HODGES MARGARET GILBERT DR. M MENDENHALL MRS H D HOLOMAN PmTV fi teJ(U 4s One Hundred Fifty-four SOCIETIES The social life of the college centers around its four societies, the Adelphian, the Aletheian, the Cornelian, and the Dikean. Membership in these societies is optional, but few, if any, regular students fail to identify themselves with one of the four groups. These social organizations are managed entirely by the students themselves, the members of each electing officers and leaders for that particular group from its own numbers. Every year each group also elects eight marshals who act as hostesses for the college at all concerts and lectures. However, the main aim of the college societies is to offer numerous opportunities for friendship and social experiences. In- formal teas, dances, parties, Sunday after- noon open houses, Sport ' s Day, and an annual formal dance are some of the inter- esting events of a society ' s social year. MAMIE GRACE SMITH . . . .Chief Marshal mo One Hundred Pijty-five VIRGINIA AMBROSE MARIAN FISHER MURIEL QUA PRESIDENT ADELPHIAN SOCIETY JULIA D. PASCHALL One Hundred Fjjty-six Horv fiwdle ELEANOR HORNER BARBARA JANE HUFF FRANCES DANIEL GLADYS STEDMAN mo WILHELMINAEFIRD PRATT BREEDEN JOSIE HARDING 8 v BARBARA BOBBIE LEE CLEGG WASHINGTON OFFICERS MURIEL QUA President WILHELMINA EFIRD Vice-President BARBARA WASHINGTON Corresponding Secretary PRATT BREEDEN Recording Secretary JOSIE HARDING Treasurer JIE LEE CLEGG Inter-Society Representative One Hundred Fijty-seven ELICIACAROON MARGARET CHAFFEE BETH WHITE PRESIDENT MARGERY FAISON ALETHEIAN SOCIETY HELEN WILLIAMS PmM flwdlc4s One Hundred fifty-eight MARYCECILE HIGGINS VIRGINIA STERLING JEAN CHURCH W M Jl ft ' if 1 B K F r E CAROLYN WILLIS W0 4 | ' 1 ROSE WILSON SOPHIE SCHAEFER OFFICERS BETH WHITE President MARY GRAHAM MORRISON Vice-President ELIZABETH PATTEN Recording Secretary SARA JANE HUNTER Corresponding Secretary ROSE WILSON Treasurer SOPHIE SCHAEFER Inter-Society Representative One Hundred Fifty-nine JANE ALLEN GRACE HARDING GERALDINE ROGERS ALICE SUITER PRESIDENT CORNELIAN SOCIETY BESS JOHNSON One Hundred Sixty ffon fl tejdl 4. EMILY SILER EVELYN STEVENSON THOMAS EN A GANDY HAZEL KIKER mo DOROTHY BROWN MARJORIE CONKLIN ELIZABETH ROOT PEGGY HAMMOND OFFICERS ALiCE SUITER President DOROTHY BROWN Vice-President MARJORIE CONKLIN Secretary ELIZABETH ROOT Treasurer PEGGY HAMMOND Inter-Society Representative One Hundred Sixty-one SHIRLEY ARMENTROUT NANCY BROWNE ROSEMARY McCLEAN ' ALTHA STEVENS PRESIDENT ALICE PETERS DIKEAN SOCIETY One Hundred Sixty-two AGNES SANFORD JANETTE THORNTON HELEN MORGAN BETTY ROSA mo MAXINEEFLAND FRANCES HENNING BETTY PREVETTE ' a JANE COOK HELENE SCHUSTER OFFICERS ALTHA STEVENS President MAXINE EFLAND Vice-President FRANCES HENNING Corresponding Secretary BETTY PREVETTE Recording Secretary JANE COOK Treasurer HELENE SCHUSTER Inter-Society Representative One Hundred Sixty-three PINE NEEDLES EDITORIAL STAFF LOIS Z. GUYER Editor LYNETTE MOSS Business Manager HELEN WILLIAMS, ROBERTA DUNLAP Assistant Editors MARGARET BLACK Art Editor BETSEY TROTTER, LOIS BARNES. EMELINE ROBERSON, DORIS SHAFFER, ELIZABETH ROOT Art Staff ELIZABETH ELLIS, RUTH GORDON Literary Editors ISABEL PALMER Photographic Editor BARBARA WASHINGTON, FLORENCE CALVERT Photographic Staff LUCILLE BROOKS. JEAN CHURCH, BLANCHE WOOLARD, VIRGINIA GECKS Class Editors MARGARET WYATTE Organization Editor ANNE PERSON, EMILY EARLY. SIGRID HEINE, ANNE PARKER, FRANCES RAMSEY, JOYCE CHAMBLISS, MARY ELLEN HEGE Organization Staff BETTY LIPPMAN Athletic Editor NAN ROGERS Athletic Assistant JEANNETTE PETERSON, EVELYN CASE, DOROTHY LOVELL, DOROTHY DENNIS, OLIVE BRIGGS, RUTH PALMER Typists MISS VERA LARGENT MISS CHARLOTTE KOHLER, MR. GREGORY D IVY Faculty Advisers LOIS Z. GUYER EDITOR One Hundred Sixty-jour BUSINESS STAFF Advertising Manager JEAN GRANTHAM Circulation Manager CAROLINE WHITE Publicity Manager BETSY SANDERS ASSISTANTS: Rose Wilson, Eleanor Southerland, Ellen Southerland, Jean Lapham, Guille Morrow, Mary Falls Peele, Kathleen Barber, Sue Mur- chison, Virginia Vache, Anne Butler, Elise Thompson, Virginia Ketner, Susie Strickland, Bobby Hefner, Ernestine Oettinger. When a college year is over, a yearbook provides the most valuable means of recalling all those happenings and persons that once were a part of our everyday life. Therefore, the 1940 PINE NEEDLES has sought to portray a year at Woman ' s College, and in particular, the year of 1939-40. It is the purpose of the annual to leave a record valuable to all those con- nected with the college. The division headed ADMINIST RATION gives the administrative set-up of the college; CLASSES include pictures of all those who have lived and worked here this year; ORGANIZATIONS depicts the societies and clubs that have meant so much to us in our college life; and the miscellaneous pictures of campus scenes and campus people will, we hope, in the future, arouse happy memories of your days at Woman ' s College. LYNETTE MOSS BUSINESS MANAGER One Hundred Sixty-five THE CAROLINIAN EDITORIAL STAFF fi iv IMP £ ■ ' m GRACE EVELYN LOVING Editor-in-Chief NANCY YATES Business Manager EDNA MAE GROVES, PEGGY DEAN Associate Editors The Carolinian, the student newspaper, appears each Fri- day afternoon of the college year except during the weeks of examination and vacation. The Editor-in-Chief is elected by the entire student body from the incoming senior class in the spring of each year to serve from that May until the May of her graduation year. A business manager appointed by the editor heads the staff which is in complete charge of the advertising and financial department of the publication. In its editorial, feature, and news columns, the Carolinian has one purpose — to reflect with honesty and intelligence the Woman ' s College community, in its weekly activities. Copy Readers LUCILE DARVIN, LUELLA BURDEN, JULIA BARRETT, FRANCES NEWSOM, JEAN KINSEY, CHARLOTTE MOSELEY, and MARGARET VAN HOY. Editorial Board: BETTY CLUTTS, NATALIE KRUG, SOPHIE SCHAEFER, ELLEN MAGILL, and JOHANNA BOET. Columnists: MARGARET COIT, JEAN COONEY, MAUDE STATON, FRANCES HALL Sports Editors: BETTY LIPPMAN and SARA HARRISON. Photography: GWENDOLYN GAY and ANNA ROSA. Art: EVELYN BROWN. GRACE EVELYN LOVING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF One Hundred Sixty-six BUSINESS STAFF Advertising Manager MARTY COCKFIELD Ad Collectors: HELEN REYNOLDS, JEAN YATES, EUNICE OUTLAW, MAE DUCKWORTH, EMILY GOODRUM, MARTHA HALL, NANCY DOUG- LAS, FRANCES EDWARDS, MARTHA DAVIS, ELLEN AXLEY, MARY FRANCES COX, GERTRUDE GRIMES, PEARL L. SYKES, FRANCES COCKERHAM, and DORIS GUETH. Circulation Managers: REBECCA WOOSLEY and CAROL NEWBY. Exchanges: NANCY WINCHELL and JEAN ZIMMERMAN. Reporters: FRANCES RAMSEY, NANCY IDOL, MARTHA REGISTER, BEA- TRICE HAYMAN, JOSEPHINE KELLOG, ELIZABETH WOOD, ALLA ROMMEL, VIRGINIA ST PETER, PAULINE ABERNETHY, CHRISTINE ALLEN, PEGGY LINCOLN, JEAN BERBERT, JESSIE BRUNT, CONNIE GRIGSBY, MARY ELLEN HEGE, POLLY CREECH, MARGARET TUCKER, DORIS AYRES, MARJORIE SILBIGER, RUTH PORTER, DORIS BIERMAN, and ELIZABETH NEWTON. NANCY YATES BUSINESS MANAGER One Hundred Sixty-seven CORADDI EDITORIAL STAFF ELIZABETH PETTIGREW Editor VIRGINIA STERLING Business Manager JANE HERRING Art Editor Editorial Staff: ELEANOR ROSS, PEGGY HOLMAN, JANE PARKER. Formerly the societies, organized for literary purposes, orig- inated the idea of a campus literary magazine, and gave it the name it still bears, CORADDI (CORnelian, ADelphian, Dlkean). Recently the magazine has become an independent publication edited and managed by students with advice from the faculty. It offers to any person of artistic or literary talent a chance for expression. ELI !ABETH PETTIGREW EDITOR-IN-CHIEF One Hundred Sixty-eight VIRGINIA STERLING BUSINESS MANAGER BUSINESS STAFF Contributing Staff: GWENDOLYN GAY, MARGARET COIT, JOYCE CHAMBLISS, DORIS SHARPE, JEAN BERTRAM, MARY MARGARET STEM Art Staff: MARY ELIZABETH GOFORTH, EVELYN BROWN, ANNE PARKER, DORIS SHAFFER Business Staff: FRANCES STATON, MAE DUCKWORTH, DOROTHY DIXON Circulation Manager: DOROTHY BROTHERS. Typists: MARGARET ANDERSON, FRANCES INGRAM One Hundred Sixty-nine THE HANDBOOK NANCY L. YATES Editor-in-Chief PEARL LINDLEY SYKES Business Manager The Handbook, published each year, contains infor- mation concerning the Student Government Association, religious activities, publications, departmental and social clubs, and the athletic association. It is an aid to both old and new students. The Editor is elected by the junior class in the spring of each year, and a Business Manager is appointed by the Editor. To the new students the Handbook gives an insight into what a well rounded life at Woman ' s College is like, and gives them information about how they may take part in the campus life. HOME ECONOMICS HONOR SOCIETY ELOISE HERRING President MAMIE GRACE SMITH Secretary MARTHA PLONK Treasurer The Home Economics Honor Society recognizes and promotes scholarship and leadership in the field of Home Economics The active membership of the local organization consists of juniors and seniors majoring in Home Economics who, during their col- lege course, have maintained high standards of scholarship and lead- ership, thereby giving promise of achievement. One Hundred Seventy INTER -FAITH COUNCIL OFFICERS: ANNE TILLINGHAST President THERESA SNOW Secretary The Inter-Faith Council, which is composed of repre- sentatives from each of the church groups and the Y. W. C. A., gives opportunity for better understanding among religious faiths and develops a sense of unity in diversity and of a common purpose. It serves as a clearing house for activities of all religious groups. It sponsors Dormitory Devotional services, a coordinated community service pro- gram, Inter-Faith conferences, and cooperates with the administration in sponsoring the University Sermons. ANNE TILLINGHAST PRESIDENT One Hundred Seventy-one Y. W. C. A EUNICE KING President OFFICERS EUNICE KING President HELEN SWEET Vice-President BETSY SANDERS Secretary NANCY FERGUSON Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS Helen Sweet, Bess Johnson, Margaret Little, Marjorie Norton, Esther Bennett, Marjorie Sullivan, Alice Colder, Mamie Grace Smith, Marjorie Swan- son, Helen Cunningham, Jane Streetman, Elizabeth Falls, Gladys Til lett, Eliz- abeth Patten, Murial Qua, Dorothy Bell, Roberta Hardee, Sophie Schaefer, Rose Pully, Charlotte Moseley, Ellen Magi II, Catherine Hilderman, Nancy Fer- guson, Natalie Krug, Joyce Safrit, Isabel Mcintosh, Pearl Lindley Sykes, Betsy Sanders, Sara Keller, Jean Church, Allene Rose, Florence Barnes, Jane Reiter, Gladys Sessons, Sara Jane Hunter. Ex Officio Members: Ruth Gillmore, Celia Durham, Grace Evelyn Loving, Ellen Griffin. Faculty Advisors: Miss Mereb Mossman, Miss Bernice Draper. One Hundred 5i ; enty-two Y. W. C. A MISS WILMINA ROWLAND Director of Religious Activity HELEN SWEET, FLORENCE BARNES, SARA JANE HUNTER, RUTH WHITE, BESS JOHNSON, MARGARET LITTLE, GLADYS SESSONS, JOHANNA BOET, MARGERY SULLI- VAN, JANE REIDER, ESTHER BENNETT, MARJORIE NORTON, BROCKETT WILKINS, MARJORIE SULLIVAN, JESSIE BRUNT, KATHERINE COAN, GEORGIA BELL, MARY FALLS PEELE, LULU HINTON. The Young Woman ' s Christian Association is the non-denominational re- ligious association on campus. The Freshman Clubs which all freshmen and commercial students may join are planned to help students become adjusted to the new environment on campus and to the Christian Association program. The Sophomore group through regular meetings and project work studies and carries forth the Christian Association program. The Cabinet, a group of thirty-seven girls outstanding in their respective field of interest, works co- operatively to make religious activities a vital part of college life for them- selves and for others through the Christian Association program for which they are responsible. Sunday evening vesper, International week-end, discussion groups, social action and community service, deputations, and cooperation in Religious Emphasis Week and a Refugee campaign have been features of the program this year which show it is designed to meet the needs and interests of all members of the student body. At all times the " Y " at Woman ' s College unites with the Y. W. C. A ' s everywhere in the purpose to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God; to make this life possible for all people; and, to seek to understand Jesus and follow him. MISS WILMINA ROWLAND Faculty Leader One Hundred Seventy-three TOWN STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION OFFICERS MARY CECILE HIGGINS President DORIS SHAFFER Vice-President MARVEIGN COCKFIELD Secretary-Treasurer MISS ELIZABETH YATES Faculty Adviser The Town Students ' Association, composed of all students who do not live on the campus, functions in much the same way as a campus hall unit It is represented in the Legislature and has its own Judicial Board, which is made up of the officers and a representative from each class. The Town Students ' room, in the Administration building, is attractively furnished and is con- veniently located for all those who have time to come in for a chat between classes, and to keep in touch with the campus activities from the bulletin boards. One Hundred Seventy-four PHI BETA KAPPA OFFICERS MISS HELEN INGRAHAM President MISS BERNICE DRAPER Vice-President DR KEY L. BARKLEY Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET ABERNETHY JOHANNA BOET 4 KATHRYN BRITTEN DOROTHY BROCK BETTY CLUTTS MARGARET DICKSON MARIE DIMMETTE CELIA DURHAM JANET GRONER LETTIEHAMLETT CLASS OF 1940 ROBERTA HARDEE MARY ELLEN HEGE PATRICIA IRWIN EUNICE KING JENNIE KLEIN MARY LOUISE LIVELY GRACE EVELYN LOVING MARTHA LEE MARTIN 4 LYNETTE MOSS MARY OVERMAN JANE PARKER 8 FRANCES RAMSEY HELENE SCHUSTER ALTHA STEVENS MARJORIESWANSON SUE SWEENEY CHARLIE L. WASHINGTON MARGARET WYATTE 4 JANE ZIMMERMAN ' Elected in Junior Year One Hundred Seventy-five PLAYLIKERS MR. W. RAYMOND TAYLOR Faculty Director PATRICIA IRWIN President ALPHA PSI OMEGA ZETA CAST PATRICIA IRWIN ALICE SIRCOM SARA KELLER jean Mcdonald avr i l gentles ruth oncley PATRICIA IRWIN MR. W. RAYMOND TAYLOR CABINET SARA KELLER Vice-President JEANNE OWEN Secretary SHIRLEY PILLER Business Manager ALICE SIRCOM Publicity Manager AVRIL GENTLES Stage Manager JOHANNA BOET and DOROTHY JOHNSON Electricians LEAH CROOM and MARGERY FAISON Wardrobe Mistresses ELOISE TAYLOR Property Manager RUTH ONCLEY Make-up Chairman PACKY WINSLOW and RAMA BLACKWOOD Social Chairmen ELIZABETH HOLMES Music Director BARBARA BROWN Records MARION TATUM Assistant Director WILBUR DORSETT Technical Director " GIRLS IN UNIFORM " One Hundred Seventy-six SCENES FROM PLAYLIKERS PRODUCTIONS " OUR TOWN ' " ROMEO AND JULIET " " TORCH BEARERS ' MASQUERADERS PATRICIA IRWIN SARA KELLER JEANNE OWEN ALICE SIRCOM AVRIL GENTLES LEAH CROOM ELO I SE TAYLOR ' RUTH ONCLEY RAMA BLACKWOOD PACKY WINSLOW JOHANNA BOET DOROTHY JOHNSON BARBARA BROWN SHIRLEY P I LLER elizabeth holmes jean Mcdonald lynette moss virginia howard elsie sanford gu i lle morrow jane o ' connor NELLIE WORK KATHERINEHILDERMAN MARGERY FA I SON MARY FRANCES COX ELIZABETH GARDNER CHRISTINA CHANGARIS One Hundred Seventy-seven COLLEGE CHOIR OFFICERS: KATHLYN SALTMAN President ANNIE LEA ROSE Vice-President LOIS POPP Secretary-Treasurer HELEN FORRESTER Librarian EMMA NEAL BLACK Vestment Custodian MR GEORGE M THOMPSON Director KA1 HI YN SALTMAN PRESIDENT One llundrtd Screnly-ei ht COLLEGE BAND OFFICERS: MEREDITH RIGGSBEE President MARION McNEIL Vice-President JOYCE SAFRIT Secretary JEAN OWEN Treasurer MARTHA REGISTER Publicity Manager The Band, directed by Mr. George E. Henry, was organized in the spring of 1936. It has the great distinction of being the first college band in this country composed entirely of women. The purpose of the band is three-fold: it offers recreation and musical enjoyment to its members; it contributes to the musical advancement of the entire college; it provides a working labora- tory for instrumental public school music students. During the fall season the emphasis is on such traditional band activities as marching, playing for athletic events, and participating in a small number of worthy community projects and celebrations. In the winter the Band functions as a concert and symphonic organization. MEREDITH RIGGSBEE PRESIDENT One Hundred Seventy-nine GLEE CLUB AND A CAPPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS: ANN I E LEA ROSE President CLARA ROESCH Vice-President MADELYN SCHULTZ Secretary-Treasurer JEAN WILLIAMS Publicity Chairman The Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Paul Oncley, in- cludes thirty students selected from the voice department. In addition to their usual activities in the way of concerts and radio programs in and around Greensboro, much of this season ' s work has been done with a supplementary men ' s chorus in the study and performance of fine mixed voice repertoire. ANNIE LEA ROSE PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty MADRIGAL CLUB OFFICERS: JANE RASH President MARION COX Vice-President EMMA NEAL BLACK Secretary JANE WALKER Treasurer AMY JOSELYN Press Reporter The Madrigal Club, the professional club of the Music Edu- cation Department, composed of upperclassmen whose major or minor is school music, has as its purpose fhe fostering of a deep interest and pride in the profession of music education, and an opportunity for companionship among all students whose chief interest lies in this field of work. The chief project of the year has been the organizing and directing of general singing in all the residence halls, culminating in a Christmas Carol Sing and a Campus Sing-Song in the spring. One Hundred Eigbty-one SOCIOLOGY CLUB OFFICERS: NATALIE KRUG President JOY CARMAN Vice-President HELEN SWEET Secretary EDITH TURNER Treasurer SATENIK NAHIKIAN Program Chairman ANNE TILLINGHAST Program Chairman EMILY SILER Social Chairman LOIS HENRY Social Chairman The Sociology Club was organized last year by a group of sociology majors and other interested persons. Its primary aim is a broadening of the viewpoints of its members by studies of social problems with special emphasis upon inter-racial ques- tions. Surveys are a source of ma|or interest for the Club. The students not only conduct the surveys but organize the final data and statistics as well. Also guest speakers, special reports by members, discussions of case work procedure are a part of the annual program of the Club. NATALIE KRUG PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty-two QUILL CLUB OFFICERS: ELEANOR ROSS President KATHRYN HOLMAN Secretary-Treasurer An invitation to join the Quill Club brings with it the highest literary honor on campus. It is composed of a small group of students and faculty members interested in writing as a profes- sion. Work of the members is read and criticized at the informal meetings; much of it finds its way into CORADDI. Members: Eleanor Ross, Kathryn Holman, Elizabeth Petti- grew, Margaret Coit, Jane Parker, Gwendolyn Gay, Grace Eve- lyn Loving, Ellen Magi II, Edna Mae Groves, Peggy Dean, Mary Margaret Stem, Joyce Chambliss, Doris Sharpe, Alice Sircom. Faculty: Miss Nettie Sue Tillett, Miss Jane Summerell, Dr. Marc Friedlander, Mr. James Painter, Dr. Leonard B. Hurley, Di. C. C. Jernigan. ELEANOR ROSS PRESIDENT W i jm. ■ ' ■■ Bli ! £ Br : I ' ■ ' 4 M Jr B w . 1 s ' : i H ■ UP V i fe. - JarW ! :£ ' " f | Rl 1 I J. kiM. J 1 One Hundred Eighty-three CHEMISTRY CLUB LYNETTE MOSS President MARJORIE SWANSON Vice-President DOROTHY JOHNSON Secretary PEGGY HAMMOND Treasurer MISS FLORENCE SCHAEFFER Faculty Adviser The Chemistry Club is composed of faculty and students of similar interests. By bringing its members together informally, the club furthers interest and knowledge in the more unfamiliar phases of chemistry. From discussions, movies, and lectures the members derive information about the recent developments in the chemical field. Emphasis is placed particularly on the ap- plications of chemistry in our present industrial civilization. LYNETTE MOSS PRESIDENT One Hundred Eigbly-four PHYSICS CLUB OFFICERS: NANNIE LEE WORTHINGTON President MABLE LOHR Vice-President NANCY POE Secretary-Treasurer ALICE PORTER Historian MISS RUTH GILL Faculty Adviser The Physics Club is composed of a group of abouf thirty students who have done good work in physics and of interested faculty members. This club meets informally twice a month to hear instructive talks by club members and outside speakers and to see scientific movies. The policy of the club has been to en- courage individual projects of practical significance in order that the activities of the organization may be best adapted to each girl ' s interests. NANNIE LEE WORTHINGTON PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty-five BOTANY CLUB OFFICERS: HELENE SCHUSTER President MYRTLE WILLIAMSON Vice-President ALMA LEE BREWER Secretary-Treasurer JOAN LLOYD Program Chairman BETTY CLUTTS Publicity Chairman ARPHA BURRELL Social Chairman The Botany Club is organized for the benefit of all those, both faculty and students, who show an active interest in botany. The primary purpose of the club is the conservation of wild life. At regular meetings during the year the members hear addresses on this and allied subjects. Once each year the members take a week-end trip to Vade Mecum to become acquainted with moun- tain flora. HELENE SCHUSTER PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty-six EDNA EARLE RICHARDSON ANNAMEIXELL NANCY FLANAGAN PAULINE HARDWICKE OMALEEPARKER GENEVIEVE WHITE SARA KELLER DOROTHY BELL MYRTLE WILLIAMSON ZOOLOGY FIELD CLUB (Affiliated with the North Carolina Academy of Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science) OFFICERS: FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER EDNA EARLE RICHARDSON. . . .President PAULINE HARDWICKE President ANNA MEIXELL Vice-President NANCY FLANAGAN Vice-President OMA LEE PARKER. . . .Secretary-Treasurer SARA KELLER Secretary-Treasurer PAULINE HARDWICKE. . . .Program Chm. DOROTHY BELL Program Chairman GENEVIEVE WHITE. . .Publicity Chairman MYRTLE WILLIAMSON. . . .Publicity Chm. EDNA EARLE RICHARDSON, Delegate to N C. Academy of Science ANNA MEIXELL Club Directory Chairman OMA LEE PARKER Reunion Chairman OUR FACULTY SPONSOR This year the Zoology Field Club ' s page is dedicated to its faculty spon- sor, Dr. Archie D. Shaftesbury. Present and past members of the club realize that this is an honor long overdue. For many years Dr. Shaftesbury has worked with enthusiasm for the advancement of the study of zoology. Not only at Greensboro has his work touched the lives of many students, some of whom have gone on to graduate study and advanced degrees, but, through his efforts, we have been enabled to appropriate the zoological re- sources of North Carolina in a larger way Our marine laboratory at Beau- fort came to reality largely as a result of his enthusiasm, continued effort, and personal sacrifice. In addition to Dr. Shaftesbury ' s contributions as teacher and organizer, his work in research on the morphology and taxonomy of certain insects has won him wide recognition. DR ARCHIE D. SHAFTESBURY, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Acting Director of Carolina Marine Laboratory. One Hundred Eighty-seven ART CLUB OFFICERS: EVELYN BROWN President JANE HERRING Vice-President EDITH RUDD Secretary-Treasurer KATHERINE BAIN Program Chairman PRATHER SISK Social Chairman DORIS SHAFFER Publicity Chairman The Art Club was organized for two definite purposes: first, that the Art majors might be given an opportunity to know each other better; and, second, that the group might act as sponsor for social functions, lectures, and exhibifions. The membership of the club includes the Art faculty, Art majors, and Art minors who have been voted into membership by the club. EVELYN BROWN PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty-eight HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ANNIE LEE KNOX President BARBARA WASHINGTON Vice-President SARAH HALL Secretary HELEN MULLICAN Treasurer BETTIE ROSA Social Chairman CHRISTINE ALLEN Publicity Chairman DOVIE KINLAW Finance Chairman CELESTE SPIVEY Membership Chairman MARGARET TOLER Arts and Decorations Chairman MRS MADELINE B STREET Faculty Sponsor The Home Economics Club, which is open to all Home Economics upper- classmen, has been greatly developed this year through varied activities spon- sored by the club. A series of programs for the year on " Vocations For Home Economists " has stimulated much interest and enthusiasm. The club estab- lished The Home Economics Club Loan Fund, to which it will add each year, for the purpose of aiding worthy home economics sfudents. Sponsoring Open House is an annual affair to better acquaint students and outsiders with the different phases of work done in the home economics department. ANNIE LEE KNOX PRESIDENT One Hundred Eighty-nine SQUARE CIRCLE OFFICERS: DOROTHY KOEHLER Presii Ien1 MARY IRMA RIVES Vice-President BOBBY LEE CLEGG Secretary-Treasurer EDITHA MORRIS Program Chairman MISS EMILY WATKINS Faculty Adviser The Square Circle, which is seemingly impossible, was proved possible thirteen years ago by the mathematicians on our cam- pus. Since that time the Square Circle has played a " square " part in the campus life of the Mathematics students. This club serves, by its monthly meetings, to promote interest in phases of mathematics apart from the classes, and it affords the mem- bers a means of getting better acquainted. Two meetings of the year have special importance: the February meeting, which is de- voted to the initiation of new members, and the May meeting, an outdoor picnic at which the officers for the coming year are elected. DOROTHY KOEHLER PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST CLUB OFFICERS: ROBERTA HARDEE President ALTHA STEVENS Vice-President KATHERINE BRITTEN Secretary-Treasurer MISS LILA BELLE LOVE Faculty Adviser The Medical Technologist Club, which was organized in 1938, is open to all students of advanced Bacteriology. This club serves to unify those who are interested in the field of Bacteri- ology and provides them with a means of investigating recent developments in this science through seminars, talks, movies, and exhibits. ■ ■■ II I Him nun W ROBERTA HARDEE PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-one EDUCATION CLUB ELEANOR BELL PRESIDENT OFFICERS: ELEANOR BELL President MARTHA ADAMS Vice-President BETTY CLUTTS Secretary LAURA MUSE Treasurer The Education Club extends its membership to all those seniors who teach under supervision, the members of the Education Fac- ulty, and those who are directly concerned with student teaching. This club in its monthly meetings strives to create a pride and interest in the teaching profession by familiarizing its members with the educational problems and conditions in our state and by introducing them to leading educators and teachers in North Carolina. One Hundred Ninety-two SPEAKERS ' CLUB OFFICERS: MARY ELLEN HEGE President OLIVE BRIGGS Vice-President MARTHA MEDFORD Secretary DOROTHY BROWN Treasurer MAUDE STATON Program Chairman FAITH WHITLARK Publicity Chairman MARY ELLEN HEGE Student Chairman of Debating DR CHARLOTTE KOHLER Debate Coach Speech tryouts are given at the first meeting of the school year, and those students who possess a good reading voice and who wish to improve further their speaking ability are admitted into the membership of the organization. Public speaking of all kinds — impromptu, after dinner talks, readings, prepared talks on topics of interest — is encouraged. One of the most interesting and helpful programs of the year is the one given by Miss Louise Alexander on parliamentary procedure. Debating is sponsored by Speakers ' Club, and the debating team, coached by Dr. Charlotte Kohler, meets teams from other colleges and universities. MARY ELLEN HEGE PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-three CLASSICAL CLUB OFFICERS: JANE PARKER President REBECCA THOMASSON Secretary FRANCES BISSELL Treasurer DR C. C. JERNIGAN Faculty Member MISS MARIE DENNEEN Faculty Member Members: Dorothy Koehler, Peggy Holman, Kathleen Soles, Peggy Hammond, Inez Caroon, Gladys Stedman, Marilyn Berke- lew, Margaret Campbell, Olive Hennesee, Edith Beck, Elizabeth Sharpe, Eleanor Ross, Noelie Cox, Dora Oliver, Frances Bissell, Rebecca Thomasson, Jane Parker. JANE PARKER PRESIDENT One IhuidnJ Ninety-four INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS: MARGARET WYATTE President BETTY CLUTTS Vice-President JANE ZIMMERMAN Secretary-Treasurer ANGELA HAMMOND Program Chairman EVELYN STEVENSON Publicity Chairman MARY LOUISE SPRATT Social Chairman RUTH GORDON Membership Chairman Last year the International Relations Club was reorganized on a new membership basis to include any student of history and any other student particularly interested in world affairs. In striving to fulfill its purpose of keeping its members intelli- gently informed about current happenings of world interest, the club in its programs always emphasizes that topic in the day ' s affairs which seems of greatest interest and importance. The programs usually center around discussions by faculty members or students with an occasional visiting speaker. MARGARET WYATTE PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-five LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS: EVELYN SMITH President MARIE REILLEY Vice-President NOALIE COX Secretary-Treasurer M. RENE HARDRE Faculty Adviser Le Cercle Francois is composed of upperclassmen interested in French and of freshmen who have shown superior ability in their work during the first semester. The club meets twice a month and carries on a varied program sponsored by the students under the guidance of Monsieur Rene Hardre. French games and songs are enjoyed by the members; and interest in the cus- toms and culture of the French people and their country is stimulated through the presentation of French art and culture, Christmas pageants, operettas, and plays. EVELYN SMITH PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-six DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN OFFICERS: MINNA WOLFSON President PEGGY HAMMOND Vice-President ELIZABETH REINHARDT Secretary-Treasurer MISS CAROLINE SCHOCH Faculty Adviser Der Deutsche Verein is a purely cultural organization whose aim is to familiarize students of German with various aspects of German life and culture. Members of the club meet bi- monthly for programs of song and music of outstanding German composers, and for short talks, plays, poetry and games in Ger- man. Illustrated talks by faculty members and motion picture films on the Germany of yesterday and today serve to bring the members into a closer contact with the culture and civilization of the German people. MINNA WOLFSON PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-seven YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB OFFICERS GLADYS TILLETT President ANNE TILLINGHAST Vice-President FRANCES HALL Secretary-Treasurer JOSEPHINE CONLEY Membership Chairman LUCY NEWELL Social Chairman NATALIE KRUG Publicity Chairman EUNICE OUTLAW Poster Chairman In its second year on campus the Young Democratic Club has added to its membership and has evoked a great interest on the part of the students in governmental affairs. Its purpose is not only to increase the number of Young Democrats on cam- pus, but also to make better Democrats of its present members. GLADYS TILLETT PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninety-eight THE YOUNG REPUBLICANS ' CLUB OFFICERS J EAN COONFY President EDNA MAE GROVES Vice-President DOROTHY DENNIS Secretary ISABEL PALMER Treasurer CONSTANCE MASON Social Chairman NANCY DOUGLAS Publicity Chairman MARTHA DAVIS Publicity Chairman The Young Republicans got off to an enthusiastic start in February, 1940. This group of about fifty members realized the importance of election year, and gathered to learn more about the Republican candidates and policies. The first big project was to hold a " National Convention " . The plan of the party National Convention was followed as closely as possible. Each " state " (dormitory) sent its delegates, pledged to vote for a certain candidate. The convention named its choice for the Republican nomination and laid down a plat- form for the party to follow. The club also helped sponsor Mr. Thomas E. Dewey ' s visit to this state. But all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. So the club varied the program with teas, supper meetings, and a few get-togethers with other college organizations in North Carolina. JEAN COON EY PRESIDENT One Hundred Ninely-i DR. KOHLER, MR. IVY, MISS LARGENT APPRECIATION It has been a task — compiling this volume of the PINE NEEDLES, but it has also been a privilege. To the many trials and tribulations which we have suffered there have been added from time to time much pleasure and satisfaction, and there are many whose kind assistance and helpful advice have succeeded in lessening the trials and increasing the pleasures. Although the days frequently came when we were ready to fold our hands as a quiet sign of resignation, we did not give up. At last, after much hard effort on the part of all concerned, the task has been done 1 We wish to thank those who have made it possible and, we hope, successful. First, we thank the Faculty Advisory Committee for its earnest work in our behalf, and especially to Miss Largent, its Chairman, we want to express our sincere appreciation Her valuable assistance and deep interest have ever been a light leading us on. To Dr. Kohler and Mr, Ivy, who have had a large share in preparing this edition, we want to tender a word of recognition. And lastly, we thank our advertisers, our contributors, and all those who have helped to make this annual a reality. Those who have written, those who have suggested, those who have encouraged — we thank you all! FEATURES Personality, charm, and achievement — on these next pages we glimpse the eight girls who were selected from the Senior Class as the outstanding leaders during our four years of college life, eight girls who have done much to fill our hearts with happy memories. To these girls we pay honor. Christine Changans has brought the beauty and ac- complishments of an artist to our college life. To the class, to our social life, and to the individual, Christine has given a new beauty and interpretation of life. Celia Durham has qiven her services faithfully and sin- cerely to the class. As Vice-President of the Student Gov- ernment Association, with capable guidance she leads the legislative body of Woman ' s College. Her smiling face and charming manner make her known and loved by all her classmates. Ruth Gillmore, President of Student Government Asso- ciation, has given her loyalty, her effort, and her character to our college. She leads a group of two thousand women in a college community distinguished for its democracy. Ruth holds a cherished place in the affections of her class- mates because she represents the high standards of thought and action that Woman ' s College is built upon. Ellen Griffin, President of the Athletic Association, is a recognized leader on our campus. She believes in a spirit of play for its own sake; not only to promote health and physical efficiency, but to develop sportsmanship, leader- ship, and service. Eunice King is President of the Y. W. C. A. To her religion is a way of life, a way of thought, and she has done much to make it a part of our college experience. Grace Evelyn Lovina, as editor of the college ' s weekly newspaper, the CAROLINIAN, has done much, editorially, to develop a more nearly perfect community among the stu- dents and faculty members of Woman ' s College. Valerie Powell presides over the activities of the Senior Class as its Chief Executive, and leads her class always in its motto to " Seek higher things " . Muriel Qua has been an outstanding leader in many phases of college life. As House President, president of a society, and in many other offices, she has served faithfully and sincerely. Tu-o Hundred Two CHRISTINE CHANGARIS DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Two Hundred Three CELIA DURHAM CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA Two ] undred Four HMTI fi tejdl 4s RUTH GILLMORE WALPOLE, MASSACHUSETTS Two Hundred Fire ELLEN GRIFFIN DUBUQUE, IOWA 1 Two Hundred Six EUNICE KING Raleigh, North Carolina Two Hundred Seven GRACE EVELYN LOVING DRAKES BRANCH, VIRGINIA n tone, Two Hundred Eight VALERIE POWELL TAMAQUA, PENNSYLVANIA Two Hundred Nine MURIEL QUA NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSE ITS Two Hundred Ten PmTW flv Gjdl 4 MAY DAY VIRGINIA AMBROSE May Queen VIRGINIA STERLING General Chairman COURT DOROTHY BELL MARGARET CHAFFEE WILHELMINAEFIRD SARAH HALL GRACE HARDING MARYCECILEHIGGINS ELEANOR HORNER BARBARA JANE HUFF MARGARET MOSER VALERIE POWELL SOPHIESCHAEFER MAMIE GRACE SMITH Each year the students of Woman ' s College anxiously await the coming of May Day When that day arrived this year, Cinderella stepped from the pages of fairy books and became a living reality. First she was seen at home drying her wet eyes and bidding her gracious Godmother farewell. Then, the scene changed, and Cinderella was at the ball. Soon, however, she was back at home again eagerly waiting to try on the slipper which the Prime Min- ister carried, and, of course, when she did try it on it wos a perfect fit. The heralds ' trumpets sounded and Cinder- ella, again changed into her beautiful clothes by the fairy Godmother, was led towards the waiting Prince. Followed by the entire court the Prince led his new-found treasure to the throne where she was crowned Queen of the festival. To the entire student body who helped to make this May Day a success by cooperating with members of the Senior Class, we wish to express our deep appreciation. VIRGINIA AMBROSE, MAY QUEEN Two Hundred Eleven €AhlU£te4 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CABINET ELLEN GRIFFIN President BETTY LIPPMAN Vice-President NAN ROGERS Secretary MARY LOU MACKIE Treasurer MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Adviser COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN NAN ROGERS Sports Day BLANCHE ANDERSON Social CHRISTINE CHANGARIS Poster BETH WHITE Camp ANN PEARCE Points SARA HARRISON Publicity MISS ETHEL MARTUS Photographer SPORTS LEADERS ALICE SUITER Hockey LAURA LOVE MAYO Volley Ball LORA WALTERS Speedball JEAN CHURCH Archery MATOAKA TORRENCE and EDNA GIBSON Basketball ELEANOR WADE Swimming DOROTHY COLEY Gymnastics ANNIE MAE PARRISH Baseball MARGARET KENNETTE Tennis EMILY WHITE Life Saving DOROTHY DENNIS Golf CLUB REPRESENTATIVES IMOGENE CASH ION Clogging LOUISE MEPONEY Orchesis EVELYN WUNSCH Targeteers JULIA FULLER Square Dance JOY CARMAN Dolphin HELEN COHEN Riding Two Hundred Fourteen FALL SPORTS MAJOR SPORTS LIFE SAVING EMILY WHITE Sport Leader MISS MIRIAM SHELDEN Faculty Head The life saving courses sponsored by the Athletic Associa- tion present an efficient proqram of valuable training in water safety. The three divisions of the work are: life saving and water safety instructorship presented by the field representative of the American Red Cross, senior life saving as a major sport, and life saving as a credit course in the Physical Education Department presented by faculty and student heads. HOCKEY MHHHIHHBMH H ALICE SUITER Sport Leader MISS CHRISTINE WHITE. .Faculty Head Hockey is a major sport of the fall sea- son. Practices are held twice a week, and this year approximately one hundred girls participated in the sport. The senior team won the final tournament by defeating the all-freshman team. A great deal of interest and enthusiasm was shown in Hockey Day which was held on our campus this year and which brought together hockey players from five colleges for a day of fun and excitement. Eight girls from Woman ' s College were named on the Hockey Day honorary varsity team. Mary Margaret Binford, Louise Meroney, Dorothy Douglas, and Alice Suiter were named on the first team, and Elizabeth Lamb, Betty Lippman, Dorothy Coley, and Matoaka Torrence on the second team. Those chosen for honorary varsity from the four class teams were: Dorothy Coley, Ellen Griffin, Ruth Gillmore, Matoaka Tor- rence, Rebecca Woosley, Alice Suiter, Betty Blauvelt, Dorothy Douglas, Mary Margaret Binford, Polly Sattler, Lois Guyer, Anna Stone Railey, Louise Meroney, Elizabeth Lamb, and Ruth Porter. Two Hundred Fifteen MINOR SPORTS VOLLEY BALL LAURA LOVE MAYO Sport Leader MISS ANNA SCOTT HOYE Faculty Head Volley ball, a minor sport, is offered once a week during the fall season. Approximately sixty girls participated this year. Varsity in- cludes: Laura Love Mayo, Anna Stone Railey, Rebecca Woosley, Edna Gibson, Anne Pearce, Connie Edmundson, Ruth White, and Aida Epps. SPEED BALL Speedball, a popular fall sport, meeting once a week attracted over sixty girls this year. The seasonal practices are brought to a close by a tournament held between the classes and by the selection of an honorary varsity. ' my fflffl i fKM ' a w mZ W ' 4v . m ! L 1 Sl | i Hi LORA WALTERS Sport Leader MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON. . . .Faculty Head WINTER SPORTS MAJOR SPORTS BASKETBALL MATOAKA TORRENCE Sport Leader EDNA Gl BSON Sport Leader MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Head Intramural and interclass basketball furnished an interesting winter sport for three hundred girls. Twenty-eight teams were divided into four leagues forming the Jacksonian Tournament. Class teams played a Round Robin Tournament. 1940 Varsity includes: Frances Radford, Bess Gilliam, Sara Walker, Cornelia Edmondson, Jerry Rogers, Nellie Gravely, Rebecca Pratt, Mary E. Jordan and Betty Jean Sandel. SWIMMING ELEANOR WADE Sport Leader MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Head The 1939-40 practice season was terminated by a swimming meet which was combined with the Dolphin Pageant. The meet, instead of being based on class competition as has been the rule heretofore, was based on squad competition. The squads, com- posed of several members from each class, were named the Yokums and Scraggs respectively After a feud between these two tribes, the Yokums were victorious. The events included in the feud were novelty relay races, water games, comic diving and a water baseball game. Varsity Members: Lou Ryan, Ellen Fisher, Mary Palmer, Lora Walters, Judith Barrett, Eleanor Wade. Two Hundred Seventeen MINOR SPORTS ■■mnppsaac if r VAAlVT A QTTf Q DOROTHYCOLEY Sport Leader VJJ I IVllNrlO 1 Iv O MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Head MISS ETHEL MARTUS Faculty Head Gymnastics is the minor sport during the winter season. Apparatus, stunts and pyramids provided fun and tested the ability of both tenderfoot and advanced participants. This year the annual gym meet was disguised as a circus with Mr. Painter as ringmaster. 1940 Gym Varsity: Matoaka Torrence, Edna Gibson, Annie Mae Parrish, Lora Walters, Alice Suiter, Dorothy Coley, Marion Okell, Alice Calder, Lena McFadyen. SPRING SPORTS major sports TENNIS MARGARET KENNETTE Sport Leader MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Head Tennis is officially a major spring sport yet it continues for almost the entire school year. During the fall, there are elimina- tion tournaments in both doubles and singles. The doubles were won by the team composed of Mar|orie Harrell and Eloise Newell; the singles by Mary Margaret Binford. In the spring there are class practices supervised by Miss Dorothy Davis who is assisted by several student coaches. Dur- ing this season there is instruction for beginning, intermediate, and advanced groups. The season is climaxed by the participa- tion of the class teams playing a ladder tournament. The top ranking players from these teams play in the final matches on an elimination basis between the classes. These tournaments challenge the ability of as many girls as wish to come out. Two Hundred Eighteen BASEBALL ANNIE M. PARRISH Sport Leader MISS ETHEL MARTUS Faculty Head In the spring at college as well as in the cities our minds turn to baseball. This year we played not only baseball but also Softball. At the climax of each season two honorary varsities are chosen to play with the men and women faculty. President Frank Porter Graham comes over each spring and participates in the annual faculty-student game. The faculty participation adds much interest to the spring sport of baseball. MINOR SPORTS ARCHERY JEAN CHURCH Sport Leader MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Head Archery devotees bring out their bows and arrows each spring for this minor sport Prac- ticing once a week, it has met the requirements of many girls who enjoy this less strenuous rec- reation. More enthusiasm than ever before has been shown this spring by the number of par- ticipants out. The class championship and the honorary varsity is determined by those who rank the highest in the Senior Columbia Round which is shot at the end of each spring season The class of 1941 won the round in 1939. Since care and the correct use of equipment is taught, archery has more of a carry-over value than just learning to hit a bull ' s eye. Two Hundred Nineteen GOLF DOROTHY DENNIS Sport Leader MISS ETHEL MARTUS Faculty Head Golf is a new sport introduced last spring, un- der the supervision of Miss Ethel Martus. In the spring, lessons are offered to those who are beginners or to those who desire additional in- struction. Sixty girls were out for it this spring, thus proving how worthwhile it is. The practices are held on our own course and at Starmount Country Club. At the end of the practice sea- son class teams are chosen and the top ranking participants from each class play in elimination matches with the other classes. In the fall an individual competitive tourna- ment is held. This is played on an elimination basis irrespective of class. Those who partici- pated this fall were: Dorothy Lovell, Ann Pike, Dorothy Douglas, Jean Yates, Kay Coan, Ruth Palmer, and Dorothy Dennis. Both Dorothy Douglas and Jean Yates were winners because the final match was not played. LIFE AT CAMP Two Hundred Twenty SPORTS DAY NAN ROGERS Chairman MISS ANNA SCOTT HOYE Faculty Head MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Head MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Head Society Sports Day is a day of fun sponsored by the four societies on our campus and the Ath- letic Association. Classes are dismissed for the afternoon and ell members of the societies come out and compete with members of the other three societies in all types of games, swimming and field events. All participants assemble at the color poles in the early afternoon. There, the society presidents give Dr. Jackson the color bands. For the remaining part of the afternoon the students play bridge, badminton, horseshoes, Softball and many other games. Each year there are several new events. This spring we had boccie, similar to bowling on the green, and bingo. This year President Graham came over and played in one of the softball games. The Juniors provided a refreshment stand for all the participants and spectators. As a climax to the afternoon there is a banquet in the dining hall for all participants. At this time the Athletic Association awards are given to those girls who have received one thousand to three thousand points by coming out for the afternoon sports. Miss Coleman presents the Physical Education department award to the senior who has done the most for the department. Finally President Graham awards the cup to the winning society. Last year the Adelphian Society won the cup for the third consecutive time. After the banquet there is informal dancing in the gymnasium. Club gives its annual dance program. During this time the Clogging NAN ROGERS MISS WHITE MISS THOMPSON MISS HOYE Two Hundred Tu ' enly-on CLUBS CLOGGING CLUB OFFICERS IMOGENE CASHION President HELEN WILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer RUTH WEINGER Adviser IMOGENE CASHION, President RUTH WEINGER, Adviser Clogging Club, an active organization of limited membership, meets every Monday night. Entrance requirements include proficiency in the fundamental steps, a good performance of a dance taught to prospective members, and the execution of an original dance. Clogging Club gives its annual performance following the Athletic Association banquet in the spring; members of the club furnish special entertainment at society meetings, parties and other occasions. Members: Virginia Arrington, Imogene Cashion, Martha Charnock, Rosemary Cross, Eliza Dickinson, Virginia Gaylord, Sara Harrison, Roberta Hardee, Audrey Hatsell, Virginia Holleman, Jean Hartsook, Dorothy Kanipe, Matrena Lockhart, Jean Mason, Nyce Mulcahey, Martha Minhinnette, Teresa Rowe, Peggy Snowden, Anita Strauss, Beth White, Helen Williams, Made- line Keene, Carolyn Howell, Sarah Pardo, Nancy White. Tu o Hundred Twenty-two TARGETEERS OFFICERS EVELYN WUNSCH President MARY LOUISE EDWARDS Vice-President JULIA FULLER Secretary-Treasurer MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Adviser MISS CHRISTINE WHITE, Faculty Adviser EVELYN WUNSCH, President Since its reorganization, the archery club has grown from a small group of enthusiasts to an organization of twenty-eighl members. Archery has become a favorite activity on campus this year. Much of this enthusiasm is due to the active part playec by these girls who are fortunate enough to belong to the Targeteers. Highlights of this season were invitation shoots with other schools, indoor shoots for the club members, parties with novelty events and various meets. Bronze, silver, and gold keys are awarded to the members who succeed in making the highest scores of the year. The club hopes to continue to fulfill the desires and the needs of the campus for both the novice and the advanced archer BOOT ' N SPUR OFFICERS HELEN J. COHEN President ELIZABETH HUNNICUTT Vice-President ALTA PRINE Vice-President THELMA HAMMOND Secretary The riding club was reorganized this year so that there is a vice- president representing each stable used by the girls. Membership is based on the horsemanship and ability of each applicant. The group was addressed by several interesting speakers at their formal meetings. Horse shows, picnics, polo matches and get-together rides featured the more informal meetings. DOLPHIN CLUB OFFICERS JOY CARMAN President PRATT BREEDEN Secretary-Treasurer MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Adviser Dolphin is a club for those who love to swim and dive, and who excel in aquatic accomplishments. In the spring of each year Dolphin pre- sents its annual pageant. Through the guidance of Miss Dorothy Davis, this club has achieved an outstanding place on campus. 1 wc Hundred Twenty-jour SQUARE DANCE CLUB OFFICERS This year seventy girls enjoyed square dancing where they A ci mi cd D rQ r„-i™ t learned dances of Western North Carolina. Miss Henrietta JULIA FULLER President . , . , . , , , . , . I hompson, faculty adviser for the club, has been assisted in MARTHA McLEAN Secretary-Treasurer calling the figures and presenting new steps by students who MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Adviser have had such experience before. As a climax, the square dance club sponsored a barn dance as a co-recreational party. ORCHESIS OFFICERS Modern dance group is organized to provide opportunities LOUISE MERONEY President or advanced work in creative expression unique to the dance. This year orchesis presented a program in chapel demon- CHRISTINE CHANGARIS Secretary-Treasurer s trating a composition. In April the group gave its annual MISS JEAN BROWNLEE Faculty Adviser recital. A junior orchesis has recently been formed. Two Hundred Twenty-five sttudb24it Lf I W 1 received scholarships administered by the college. Jane Dupuy, of the class of 39, was awarded the Henry Weil Fellow- ship last commencement. This is the highest honor a senior can win. Jane is studying medicine at the University of North Carolina this year The Mina Weil Scholarship was divided between Claire Hughes, Al- meta Pleasants, Cora Page Godfrey, and Dora Oliver. All of these stu- dents have done outstanding work during their college careers. ments here in college. The Music department was especially outstand- ing in the programs it gave and one of its programs was broadcast over a national hook-up. Elizabeth Holmes and Helen Forester wrote the script for the broadcasts, and Dr. Ruth Hannas served as faculty adviser. The College Social Committee, headed by Elizabeth Ellis, College Social Chairman, is composed of the social chairmen from each of the residence halls They plan teas, STUDENT LIFE— Continued Parents ' Day is a comparatively new feature at Woman ' s College, a day especially set aside for parents to visit the campus and witness typi- cal college life and meet the faculty and school friends of their daughters Parents gathered on the quadrangle in the early afternoon and were wel- comed by Dr. Jackson After a tour of the campus and the traditional May Day exercises at 4:30 in the afternoon, parents were guests of the school at dinner in the dining halls with the May Queen and her court as official hostesses. One of the most enjoyable events on the Senior ' s calendar was the Fac- ulty-Senior Beginment, a new form of the annua! party given by the Fac- ulty in honor of the Senior Class. Various members of the faculty im- personated members of the class. Miss Mary Petty was in charge of the plans for the Beginment. One of the most hilarious events of the year was the Senior Unmusical, with Ellen Griffin as " master of cere- monies. " Seniors impersonated fac- ulty members while the faculty and student body sat back and laughed. Carolina football game. Sponsors from Woman ' s College — Ruth Gill- more, Celia Durham, Valerie Powell, Mamie Grace Smith, and Grace Eve- lyn Loving — were guests of the Caro- lina Student Government Association for the game, a tea dance, dinner, and the Grail Dance. Before the game the bands from Carolina, State, and Woman ' s College paraded the field of Kenan stadium. A special train for Woman ' s College students was chartered, and despite the down-pour of rain, more than five hundred W. C. girls went. A FOREIGNER IN OUR MIDST 1 GEE, BUT IT ' S A WONDERFUL LIFE. OH, CHECHORNIA, WATCHA HIDIN ' FROM? OUR TENEMENT DISTRICT. LET ' S CLEAN ' EM UP! WATCH HER CLOSELY, IF THERE WERE A TOP WE COULD CALL THIS ONE " OVER THE TOP " WHO DONE THAT? IS IT BEECHIE OR THE TALL BUILDINGS, HELEN? FUTURE MAJORS. YOUNG HOPEFULS AND ONCE THEY CALLED HER CUTEST! LOOKS MORE LIKE A SUN DIAL THAN A FISH POND. WHY? HEY, VAL. THEY MAY LOOK DUMB, BUT THEY ' RE " LOFTY LOVELL " AND " CAGEY COHEf SANTA ' S LITTLE HELPERS. THIS MIGHT HAVE BEEN TAKEN IN SEPTEMBER— OR EVEN OCTOBER MY, HOW THOSE TWO DO CARRY ON. WELL HELLO THEN, SIG. Two Hundred Thirty-eight 1. AFTER THE BRAWL IS OVER. 2. IMAGINE NEEDIN ' A DICTIONARY TO READ THAT ' 3. WE WANT SUGAR 4. ROLY-POLY SNOW BALLS 5. TITLE: " ARTIST IN ARCH " , BUT ISN ' T IT PRETTY? 6. SAY " AH " FOR DR. C. 7. IT ' S A WONDER THE ROOF IS STILL THERE. SEVEN " YANKEES " . ASYLUM. LOOKIN ' FOR KNOWLEDGE? IT BEGINS WITH " K " . JANUARY TWENTY-SECOND, CHURCH ON EASTER SUNDAY? SLOW FOR SURE. REGULAR 10 A. M. LANDSCAPE. MARIE CHASING DIRT. EVEN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SMILES FOR THIS GUY. OPTIMISTS. AH CHOOOO! Two Hundred Forty onaratulatiovis to tk Class of 1940 GREENSBORO eca BOTTLING COMPANY Two Hundred Forty-two UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS MADE BY THE TYPEWRITER LEADER OF THE WORLD There are more than five million Underwoods back of the Under- wood Typewriter you buy today. Every Underwood Typewriter is backed by nation-wide, company owned service facilities. Typewriter Division UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY Typewriters, Accounting Machines, Adding Machines. Carbon Papers. Ribbons and other Supplies One Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. Sales and Service Everywhere hiied an d Ay omen ' i Atpparel TP C FIELD ' S 102 South Elm Street MANGEL ' S Misses ' and Women ' s Apparel 216 South Elm Street GREENSBORO, N. C. THE ART SHOP 118 West Market Street Photographic Supplies Kodak Finishing — Enlarging Photographic Copies KODAKS— PICTURES— FRAMES Kellenberger ' s Tourist Home 15 Rooms • 12 Bathrooms Shower and Tub State Ra fing 99% 1020 W. Market St. Greensboro, N. C. On Routes U. S. 29, 70, and 421 CAROLINA PHARMACY " The Complete Drug Store " 401 Tate Street Corner Walker Avenue Immediate Service on Campus Orders Just Dial 8197 SERUNIAN SONS Oriental and Domestic Rugs Cleaning — Repairing — Storage 224 S. Greene Street Phone 2-2065 Two Hundred Forty-three DIXIE SUNDRY SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Haymes 332 Tate Street 50 Varieties of Delicious Sandwiches For Prompt Delivery Call That Magic Number 9283 Smart Up To Date Flower Shop 120 West Market Street Sykes Florist Co. Dial 5131 Dial 5132 " Top o ' the Town " Jefferson Roof Restaurant 17th Floor — Jefferson Standard Building Delicious Food Special Attention Given to Private Parties Greensboro, N. C. Phone 6814 POLLOCKS j or the cJLouetlest SHOES In Greensboro Dick ' s Laundry Company Launderers and Cleaners Phone 7101 MANUEL ' S, INC. " We Serve the Very Best " Specializing in Fresh Sea Food Good Steaks, and Real Italian Spaghetti 112 W. Market St. Phone 8039 Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH For everythim ; from the hem that ' s just the wrong length to the material your mother sent you for a new dress — try MRS. TODD Modiste Corner of Walker and Forest Tu Hundred Forty-four THACKERS Incorporated " A Good Place to Eat " 108 West Market Street Greensboro Charlotte Compliments of the UNION BUS STATION Greensboro ' s Criterion Theatre Appreciates Your Patronage Compliments of a Friend H s Mmu Sea Foods Good Steaks Air Conditioned 228 W. Market St. Greensboro, N. C. Competent Instructions Well-trained Horses Sedgefield Stables Excellent Riding Facilities Miles of Wooded Trails Compliments of SILVERS Save Time Save at The College Shop and Beauty Salon Money Wh ;re you ' ll find the answer to every c and beauty need. othing Two Hundred Forty-five Styles change, sports change, but through our 67 years of experience, our policy of quality first, combined with friendly service, has not changed. ODELL ' S FOR ALL EQUIPMENT NEEDED IN TENNIS, SWIMMING, FISHING, GOLFING, AND GENERAL " GYM " RECREATIONS fje poar ant Castle West Market Street Extension Greensboro ' s most pop- ular sandwich shop. Famous steaks with our special sauce. Sandwiches with special dressing. Curb — dining room — counter service. (SrrniHboro, N. (£. Two Hundred Forty-six " J M V » aper DILLARD PAPER CO. Greensboro N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Greenville, S. C. 1440 Kc. 5000 Watts Day 1000 Watts Nite Member Columbia Broadcasting System Transradio Press World Broadcasting System STUDIOS O ' HENRY HOTEL GREENSBORO, N. C. NEVER KNEW ANY COLA COULD TASTE THIS GOOD! ■ ■ CD LA PO Your family will also enjoy delicious Nehi and Par— T-Pak Bever- ■ Wi ages. Buy them in a variety of flavors. 12 ounces of Nehi for 5c ... a full quart of Par-T-Pak for only 10c. GREENSBORO NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY xr not em BUT TWO 111 fuu cusses ' 0 You ' d be surprised how many folks say that after tbtir first try! Royal Crown has woo 9 out of 10 certified taste-tests • gainst leading colas from coast to coast! BEST BY TASTE-TESTI Tone In the Ripley Show Fri. night, CBS Network A Pnducl a. Nehi Cor . 823 BATTLEGROUND AVE. Two Hundred Forty-seven The Senior Banquet, given by the Grill in the spring for those who have enjoyed our THE delicious sandwiches and GRILL drinks. T ? • " L ouneouj — service Fred Showfity, ' roprietor Prompt del very on dorm orders INDEX TO OUR ADVERTISERS The Art Shop 243 The Boar and Castle 246 Carolina Pharmacy 243 Charlotte Engraving Company 250 The College Shop and Beauty Salon 245 Criterion Theatre 245 Dick ' s Laundry Company 244 Di I lard Paper Company 247 Dixie Sundry Shop 244 Field ' s 243 Greensboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co 242 Greensboro Nehi Bottling Company 247 The Grill 248 Jefferson Roof Restaurant 244 Kellenberger ' s Tourist Home 243 Lassiter Press, The, Inc 251 Mangel ' s 243 Manning Engravers and Photographers . . . .249 Manuel ' s, Inc 244 The Mecca 245 Odell ' s 246 Pollocks 244 Sedgefield Stables 245 Serunian Sons 243 Silver ' s 245 Sykes Florist Company 244 Thacker ' s 245 Mrs. Todd, Modiste 244 Underwood Elliott Fisher Company 243 Union Bus Station 245 WBIG Broadcasting Station 247 F. W. 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