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y ' H ■ y The Woman ' s College University of North Carolina The LIBRARY C.2 COLLEGE COLLECTION Ti ime.. y line teen odu-J e even on ike Jomans L oileae L ampud presented bu tk rij nn Walker, Cditor-in-Cfitep, ' uiine6i re anaqer T A ■: .. is: mio M V e at the WqjKia ' s College are some two thousand tinie- consoious people. TheAelJlS ringing, the clocks jumping, front lights flashing — classes a : 1 , conferences at 2 : 00, and meetings at 7 : 00 make lis so. EacU gir must ask herself what does all this mean? Is this four year t W. C. merely something we must bear with — days ihich must JSe checked off the calendar before we can get out into the worhyind really start living? Or is it more than this? TiBbse us who have worked on this annual hold that it is much lieve that life at W. C. is uni(|ue and worthwhile not ' prepllgtion for life, but as " a way of life " itself. This is what ' we lave sought tS ltoresent in the 1947 Pine Needles. an Arnn rf ani C lien 3b22S2 In TJhe Beginmng . . . Woman ' s College . . . the biggest place «m have ever seen, spread out like a strange new town . . . opening yonr eyes that first mm-Hing and looking up at the oreani-colored ceiling and the stiff furniture . . . the frightening lost feeling and wondering il - cpu would ever belong . . . tagging behind your junior advisor, learning the shortcut from North to the Science Building . . . fumbling with the combination to your P. O. box . . , staring at the placement test, feeling dumber than you had ever felt in your life . . . watching upperclassmen, wondering if you ' d ever have " That Look " . • . long afternoons at the round freshmen reserve tables, staring awefully at long rows of books, reading pages of small print about the manorial system, the circulatory paths of the earthworm, the travels of Odysseus, wondering if the process of education would ever be- gin to work on you . . . standing in a line of unclothed females, shivering at the impersonality of the camera focusing on yoiu- naked posture . . . knitting skeins of dull green wool into thick army sweaters . . . letters to your " man " in basic . . . sleeping through an eight o ' clock with the recklessness of first cuts . . . spring holidays and a year almost gone . . . drawing for a room in an upperclassman dorm . . . promising to write your roommate ... a last look at College Avenue as the bus sped homeward. ' l ii-j- f JjHj ' ■ i .,- i come tii%Cii. to school a sophomore with a hrand new loor an a brand new iipperclassman ee hours about summer men and ling about last year ' s " closed study " . . . writing irds with knowing smiles to freshmen n l counselors . . . last drags in the lobby of Aycock and rushing to a downstairs chapel seat . . . listening to the SGA officers you helped elect last spring . . . singing the college song with gusto because you don ' t have to fimible for the words . . . making Sunday afternoon visits to the ORD hospital . . . dancing miles with men from Connecticut and Ohio, asking bright-eyed questions about service ribbons . . . raking leaves and serving tables with a practiced hip technique . . . being proud of your new sopho- more jacket because it gives your class distinction and adds to your feeling of being aiiliiiportant part of Woman ' s College. f. y. ' " %? TB ur IstVear . . . ami you realize flial your sister class graduated in the spring and that tV years ago you lookeil up to juniors M ' ith awe and revere Jsf . . . feeling funnVAbecause being a junior crept up on your major, a reality instead of courses in the college cata- logue . . . seriouVVlioughts and jokeA about the cold, cold world and bread lin . . . Woman ' s (Vwlege, seeming safe and secure and protectivH . . regretting t)lie courses you didn ' t take and the lists of luiread books . . . forrfiefting it all wiwASully Mason, W. C. ' s first " name " band, and aSlwautifid juuror-seuior, the orchestra coming late and " Stardui«tV at the e ii ... a spring of endless rain . . . dis- covering the little park across Xr i " t ' ' Vliockey field after three years of not knowing it was mWe . . 1 May Day in Aycock like fresh- man year, praying 194lw«ul(ftby a rainless May . . . buying gradua- tion presents and missing people even irefyrA they leave . . . talking about appropriations and a StudeVitNllInion — a bigger and better Woman ' s College . . . wonderijigi Ijiow it will look ten years after you graduate. ' -mf ' And Tii en At Last . . . all you ' re a senior . . . ready to leave this place that doesn ' t seem so big anyuioreV . . leaving four years of fifty minute hours in Mclver sinwlhV Ad Building and Curry and the Gym and, because |hey yer four hours, the whole sprawling campus is yours the girls you know and toe faces you pass on the way to classes . . . teachers w hoseV ' Olwl you copied in grey-blue notebooks, ideas you argu cl abpul ii lunch lines and across coffee at the Corner uniforms — out of v gue tor nymals, ORD — a housing pi lorious week- pd a t sii»rt Ji l+r u irate « uiy -t arty ol aqy young men, on f t p lie wars . . . watching your fest l ay DaW . • remem bering Sunday terii i wifli bombers roaring over the ho field . . me ng tHiat laft Monday class and wondering iiVh will ram on Mon«ays in Greensboro . . . walking do ii the aisle for the la ma s meeting, feeling Vraduated already . . . packing foi of ife your lile Mnto cardboard boxes and almost yellii you next year " to next year ' s seniors . . . walking atrjss the stage, stai ing Ui your last campus performance to the little group of QelativQs . . . grinning and tikrning the tassel. tL EooL we Dedicate to oviv ' mevia vl ' lUs a Loui6e £5. . yv lexanaer To Miss Louise B. Alexander we fond- ly dedicate the 1947 Pine JSeedles. Her infectious chuckle, ready wit and enter- taining stories of political shenanigans since Washington ' s time have endeared " Miss Alex " to students throughout the years. In appreciation of her interesting and highly informative classes, her lively interest in students, her perennial good humor we offer to " Miss Alex " — our annual. wxtr tinii Chancellor Jackson presides at a faculty meeting. N flrfh . r I i GOVERNOR R. GREGG CHERRY In his biennial message to the North Carolina General Assenihly, Gover- nor Cherry dearly stated that he is the friend of higher education and advocated physical improvements and higher teach- ing compensation to insure the continued excellent standing of the Greater Univer- sity. Though he is rarely on our campus in person, we are happy that he is in Ra- leigh looking out for the interests of Woman ' s College. It is heartening to know that he is our educational and ] olitical friend. Administrative GOVERNOR R. GREGG CHERRY DR. FRANK PORTER GRAHAM or " Dr. Frank " as Greater University students lovingly call him, holds a special place in the hearts of Woman ' s College students. By his friendly nianner. his warm sincerity, and abounding interest in the progress of Woman ' s College, we have come to regard him as a loyal friend. It is in eager anticipation that we await his visits to our campus. It is with inspiration and renewed hope that we go away from his speeches. One of the South ' s leading educators, " Dr. Frank " has done much for our Greater University, for his state, and for his southland. l)K. FRANK PORTER GRAHAM »20 MR. WILLIAM D. CARMICUAEL. JR. It is (|iii| - :i joli lo li:ilaii ' - tlic lMi l ; ' t ol ' ho {ireal an iiiHlitiilion aH the tircalcr I liiix-i-Hily »l INorlli Carolina, luit Mr. Killy (larnii -liai-l iloc8 a Mplt-ndid jol of it. Wr a rc fjlad wlirn lir ronx ' H lo hvv um, for liin cliarniin pcrHonality and jolly cnlliiiHiaHni lo riincli to lift uh " over tli«- luinipH. " CHANCELLOR WALTER C. JACKSON To us. Dr. Jackson is our li« ' st I ' riend and most al li ' loader. Indeed, his personal manner, his devo- tion to our college, an l his optimistic spirit are the core of our e«dlege life. He is always ready to listen to our ideas, t«) fjive us a guiding hand, an l lo serve our hesi interests. His spirit is hest summed up in his oft expressed desire that Woman ' s (College shall remain a Woman ' s (College " second to none. " MISS HARRIET W. ELLIOTT Before we came to Woman ' s College, whether we were from this state or any other, we knew ahout Miss Elliott. Before and during the war she worked for the interests of her college, her state and for her nation. In- ternationally known. Miss Elliott is a capahle leader. She is keenly interested in her girls and anxious that they develop into responsible citizens. We are grateful for her spirit. Officers . . . Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Seven MR. WIIXIAM D. CARMICHAEL, JR. CHAINCELLOR WALTER C. JACKSON MISS HARRIET . ELLIOTT 21 ♦ Administration Oils to the college machinery which keep it functioning smoothly — these are our administrative officials. To our Treasurer, Director of Puhlic Relations, Assistant Controller, Registrar, Auditor, Librarian, and Physician we extend our thanks for the part they played in making our stay at Woman ' s College a pleasant one. DR. RITH COLLINGS ' 2 ' JJ Vl ei ' vionam. IMI. B. B. KKIMIKIC K Head of the History Department 2.1 ♦ Alumnae and Former Students Association, Inc. To fverv member of the Class of 1947 — congratulations! It is a good thing to be a graduate of the Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina. It is a good thing to be a member of the Alumnae Association of this College. The Alumnae Association provides a channel through which vou can go on being a part of vour College — not merely a part of its past, but of its growing future. Through such membership you will be able moreover to keep in contact with your classmates and college friends. This will be worth your while. And so the Alumnae Association cordially invites you every one to come into the ranks of its membership. Indeed, so convinced are we of the value to you of this membership that if we could, wc should give you the Queen ' s Invitation! OFFICERS President . First Vice-President Second Vice-President Recording Secretary Alumnae Secretarv Miss lone H. Grogan Mrs. Carlton Jester, Jr. Miss Emily S. Austin Miss York Kiker Miss Clara B. Byrd BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mesdames Kemp Funderburk, L. H. Swain, Horace Swain, and Blake Thompson; Misses Bettie Baise, Mary Elizabeth Barwick, Celia Durham, Katherine Sherrill, and Betty Yost. ' 24 Faculty Di ' imrtinent of Art GREConv I . IVKV IIF.I.E TIIKHSII EI.IZAIIETII JASTIIOW IVOMA II viiniN MAII h Mil IIIM WILLIAMS. B.S., M.A. n.E.A.. M.A. Ph.ll. .U.A., U.S.. M.A. B.S., M.A. il I I III II IMV D.S., M.A. SA llMlk-lMl H n.A.. M.A. IIKI, II. II II.Kll II.A., M.A. nnXK I ' AI I EAItl. II IIAI I IINEZ lOIIIWt AKIIIII; II. Ml llEI. : iM.in MAI III LII.A III Al.lll II I Dopartii :ivi.Ki( 1. ,. {;,. ..« k [I I n II.A.. M.S.. Pli.il, I III III 1,11 k TIIIEL. I - HI M HIE VIKIilMA I.AM.MAII HILDA T, llAUPSIEK ClIAItl.OTTE ». IIAWI.EV M.A. . Ph.ll. M.A. , Pli.l). M.A. , Pli,il, M.A. . Ph,D. M.S., . Pli.D. I ei arlnient of Business Kilucation Secretarial Administration B.A., B.S.,M.E I. B.S.. B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A. II. 11. A.. M.B.A. H.A.. M.A., Ph.D. ... B,A.. M.S. B.A.. M.S. LOUISE V. WHITLOCK B.S., M.S. TOMMIE LOU WRIGHT B.A., M.A. vam;e t. i.itti.e.ioh PATTV SPIllilLL MAUDE L. ADAMS MATHILDA HARDAWAY ROWE A WELLMAN WILLIAM B. LOGAN . . EVELYN FOWLER Department of Chemistry B.A., M.S. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A.. M.A. FL0REM:E LOUISE SCHAEFFER MARY M. PETTY ELVA E. BARROW Gl ITA MARBLE N. he«ei:i:a raulins ALICE J. RYAN B.A. DOROTin MAE ROSEL B.S., M.A. Department of Classical Civilization CHARLTON C. JERNIGAN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. MYRTLE SOLES B.A. Department of Economics ALBERT S. KEISTER B.A,, M.A,, Ph.D. FREDERICK HORNER BUNTING B.A., Ph.D. V. E. LINDSEY B.A.. M.A, PAUL M. GREGORY B.A., M.A.. Ph.D, ALLEN MORRIS SIEVERS B.A., M.A. EVELYN FOW LER B.A,, M,S, Department of Etlucation FRANKLIN H. McNUTT RUTH FITZGERALD OLIVER PERRY CLUTTS CARL W. McCARTHA HERBERT KIMMEL MARIE B. DENNEEN JOHN AARON SMITH ANNA REGER ANNA M. KREIMEIER MARY FITZGERALD HARRIETT MEHAFFIE RUTH GUNTER RUTH ACNES SHAVER MARGARET FLINTOM RALPH BRIMLEV EUGENIA MclVER HUNTER ALICE JOYCE COOPER IARION M. WATSON MARY ALFRED HUNTER EDITH HUFFMAN FRANCES 1). LAEL RUTH ALBERTINE LEE PATSY MONTAGUE JESSIE PEDEN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. I.A., Ph.M.. B,A,. B,Ed, B.A Ph.B., B.A. Ph.B. Ph.D. , M.A. , M.S. , B.S. M.A. , M,A, , M,A, , M,A, . M.A. , M,A, . M,A, , M,A, . M,A. . M.A. B.A.. B.A., B.A. Department of English LEONARD B. HURLEV ALONZO C. HALL W ILLIAM R. TAYLOR ARTHUR J. DUNN GEORGE P. WILSON JANE SUMMERELL JAMES W. PAINTER MARC FRIEDLAENDER MILDRED R. GOULD ABIGAIL E. ROW LEY NETTIE SI E TILLETT JOHN E. IJRIUGERS. JR. MAY 1)1 I.ANEV BUSH GAVNKI I i:. SPIVFV KATIIIi N M. V. ENGI.AMI PETER IIIIISMAN Ti l.OI KATIIIFIN -. I ' VIMKK -IDA Ki 1 iiiFrii 111 iiiioi (; SAM IMV HUM II AUGISI 1 W Al.Kll! WILLIAM I. CIIICIIESTEK Deparlmi EDNA ARUNDEL COY ' T. PHILLIPS .. Ph.D. I.. M.A. L., M.A. I., M.A. k., M.A. k., M.A. I., M.A. ., Ph.D. 5.. M.A. i., M,A. v., M.A. . Ph.D. ,. Ph,D, ,, Ph.D, I., M,A, B,A, B,A, I,. M.A. L., M.A. B.A. I., M.A. nt of Geography Department of German CAROLINE B. SCHOCH Ph.B., M.A. Department of Health RUTH M. COLLINCS B.A., M.D. ANNA M. GOVE M.D. VICTORIA CARLSSON B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph,D, MILDRED PEARL HARRIS B.A., M.A. ANNA O. STEPHENS B.S., M.D. ANNE SHAMBURCER RUTH DALRYMPLE B.S„ M,N. Department of History and Political Science CLARENCE D. JOHNS B.A.. M.A. MAGNMII.de GULLANDER B.A., M.A. EUGENE E. PFAFF B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. VERA I.AHGENT B.A., M.A. LOUISE B, ALEXANDER B.A. BERMCE E. DRAPER B.A.. M.A. JOSEPHINE IIEGE B.A.. M.A. ELIZAIll I II I IIMH n B.A.. M.A., Ph.D. RICllAllll llMIIHil ril B.A., M.A., Ph.D. CIIRIMIVNV II.IMUKN B.A. . M.A. catiieiiim: I IHIID B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ZOE SWECKFIl B.A. hrpurlminl of Home fsi mar ;arf.t m. edw ards b.s.. m.a. mabel n. swan.son b.s.. m.s. CORA E. GRAY B.S., M.S.. Ph.D. BERTLYN BOSLEV B.A., B.S., M.S., Ph,I), EL1.E PENN B.S.. M,A. VIVA M. PLAYFOOT B.S.. M.A. AGNES N. COXE B.A., B.S.. M.A. FLORA W HITE EDtt ARIIS B.S.. M.S. MADEIKIM: 111 AKKl STREET B.S. , M.A. BESS lii-v B.S.. M.A. EVEH N 1(11 l-l: IKIWELI, . . ; B.S., M.S. CATHEIIINK MIKIi: B.S.. M.S. ELIZABETH IIATIIAW AY . B.S.. M.A. HELEN KIRK SURRATT B.S. LOUISE LOWE B.S.. M.S. CHARLOTTE ANNE BEAMAN B.S.. M.S. LOIS K. HILL B.S. Department of Mulh, lONE II, GRIIGAN School of Mil H, HUGH ALTVATER GEORGE M, THOMPSON GRACE VAN DYKE MORE ALLEINE R, MINOR MARY LOIS FERRELL BIRDIE H, HOLLOWAY GEORGE W. DICKIESON ELIZABETH COWLING WILLIAM C, DEVEN CLAIRE H, ATKISSON ELLIOT WEISGARBER EDW IN P, MORGAN MARIETTA K, LINUSE INGA B, MORGAN B,A,. M.A.. Ph.D. B.A.. M.A. B.A., M.A. B.A., M.S.. Ph,D. B.A,, M,A, B.A.. M.Mn B.Mus.. M.Mu B.Mus.. M.S. B.S. B.S.M., M.S.M. B.Mus.. M.Mus. B.A., M.A., M.M. B.A., B,Mu», B,M. B,M„ M,M, B,M, B,A„ B,M, B,M.. M.M. Department of Phy MARY CHANNING COLEMAN ETHEL L. MARTUS DOROTHY DAVIS JEANNETTE R. POTTER MARJORIE L. LEONARD ELLEN J. GRIFFIN VIRGINIA G. MOOMAVS MARGARET GREENE HERBERT W. PARK FRANCES A. BLEICK EVELYN LINDLEY MARTHA PEARL MOORE ELEANOR V. WOLFE B.A.. M.S. B.A., M,A, B,A,. M,S, n„S,. M.A. B.S., M,A, B.S. B,S,P,E. Department of Physics CALVIN NORWOOD W ARFIELD, . . ANNA JOYCE REARDON ABBIE FAY HENRY MARGARET FRANCES CONROY Department of Psychology JAMES ALBERT HIGHSMITH ELIZABETH Dl FFY KEY L. BARKLEY OLIVIA BURNETT RIVERS DOROTHY RETHLINCSIIAFER ELNORA WINFREY B.A.. M.A.. Ph,D, B,A„ M,A,. Ph.D. B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D. B.A., M.A. B.S,. M.A., Ph,D, B.A,, M,A,. Ph.D. Department of Romance Languages W INFIELD S. BARNES B.A,. M.A,, Ph.D. MALCOLM K. HOOKE B.A.. D.de rUniv. META H. MILLER B.A., M,A,. Ph,D. JESSIE C, LAIRD B,A„ M.A. RENE HARDRE Prof, dcs E. N. M, AUGUSTINE LaROCHELLE B,A,. M.A. ALICE K. ABBOTT B.A.. M.A. KATHFRINE TAYLOR B.A.. M.A. IIFLEN lit M FS 11 TTING B.A., M,A. I1{I.IM I MtlMKll.T B.A,, M.A. . Ph.D. ANMK HKVM 11 MIEKRl KK B.A.. M.A. JOSEFI.VA ESCAJEUA B.A. DIANA R. RAMIREZ B.A.. M.A. Department of Sociology GLENN R. JOHNSON LVDA GORDON SHIVERS MERER E. MOSSMAN FAYE HANCOCK RITH THAYER HARTMAN B.A.. M.A. B.A., LL.B., M.A.. Ph.D. B.A.. M.A. B.A., M.A. B.A., M.S. Department of Commerce GEORGE M, JOYCE MARY HARRELL EMILY ELIZABETH GE.NTRY MARGARET C, DeVLNNY , . . B.S,, M,S, B,S., B.S., M.A. B.S.. M.A. B.S., M.S. MISS FI,ORE rE SHAEFFER i)K. c. :. .|EHIVH;A tM DR. ALBERT S. KEISTER MR. VAiNF.E T. LrTTLEJOIl.X 1H(. J. B. I.I LER MR- (.UEI.llin l Department Heads Art Department MR. GREGORY IVY B.S.. 1928 (Central Missouri State Teachers); M.A., 1932 (Columbia). Biology Department DR. J. P. GIVLER Ph.B.. 1906. M.A.. 1912 (Haniline); (Johns Hopkins). Business Education MR. VANCE T. LITTLEJOHN IS. A.. U.S., 1931 (Bowling Green College of Commerre) ; M.E I., 1935 (Pittsburgh). Chemistry Department MISS FLORENCE SHAEFFER B.A.. 1920 (Barnard): M.A., 1922 (Mount llolvok.) ; (Vale). Classical Civilization DR. C. C. JERNIGAN B.A.. 1925, M.A.. 1926, Ph.D.. 1935 (Duke); (Universitv of Chicago). Commercial Department MR. GEORGE M. JOYCE B.S., 1930 (Indiana State .Teachers) ; M.S., 1935 (Indiana); (Pittsburgh). Economics Department DR. ALBERT S. KEISTER B.A.. 1910 (Otterbein); M.A., 1911 (Columbia); Ph.D., 1927 (Chicago). English Department DR. LEONARD B. HURLEY B.A., 1913, M.A.. 1916 (Duke); Ph.D.. 1932 (, orth Carolina). Geography Department DR. EDNA ARUNDEL B.A.. 1921 (Ohio tniversitv); M.A.. 1929 (Columbia); Ph.D., 1942 (Yale). German Department MISS CAROLINE SCHOCH Ph.B.. 1907 (Chicago); M.S., 1919 (Wisconsin); (University of Marburg, Germany). DR. LEONARD B. HLRLEY iCi DR. ED.NA ABINDEL MISS CAROLINE SCHOCH 26 I li. Ill Til (: ll.i.I GS .Mil. :. :. JDIINS .miss MAIt ;AllET euwahds - W. C. U. N. C. Health, Medical Division DR. RUTH COLLINGS B.A.. 1919 (Pomona): M.D.. 1923 (P.iiiisvlvania). History Department MR. C. C. JOHNS B.A., 1908 (RanHolph-Macoii); M.A.. 1911 (Chicago); (Harvard); (Chicago). Home Economics MISS MARGARET EDWARDS B.S.. 1912 (Monlana Stale); M.A.. 1920 (Columbia); (Cornell); (Chicago). Mathematics Department DR. HELEN BARTON B.A.. 1913 (Goucher); M.A.. 1922, Ph.D., 1926 (Johns Hopkins). Physical Education MISS MARY C. COLEMAN B.S.. 1917 (Colnmbia); (Welleslev). Physics Department DR. ANNA JOYCE REARDON B.A., 1930 (College of Saint Teresa); M.S., 1933, Ph.D.. 1937 (St. Louis). Psychology Department DR. JAMES A. HIGHSMITH B.A.. 1910, INI.A., 1915 (North Carolina); Ph.D., 1923 (George Peabody). Romance Languages DR. WINFIELD BARNEY B.A., 1905 (Dartmouth); M,A., 1911 (Hobart) ; Ph.D., 1916 (Syracuse). School of Music MR. HUGH ALTVATER B.A., 1920, Mus.M., 1929 (Michigan); Mus.M.. 1925 (Southwestern). Sociology Department MR. GLENN R. JOHNSON B.A., 1915 (Reed); M.A., 1916 (Columbia). nil. iiKi.KN iiAiiro. MIS ' ; M MtV r. COLEMAN DR. ANNA JOYCE REARDON : " f tiM MR. GLENN R. JOHNSON MR. HLGH ALTVATER DR. n INFIELD BAR.N-EV DR. JAMES A. HIGHSMITH 27 Minutes of Two thouitand one hundred nienilters strong, the Student Government Association watched solemnly as new offi- cers were inaugurated last May and listened proudly to hopes of progress expressed. Another year was beginning. Preceded hy rousing elections and weeks of apprenticeship, the mass meeting was only a prelude to what was to come. Plans for Pre-School Conference were discussed, and the latter part of the summer was spent sending out explanations of the honor policy to the freshmen. With new ideas and an interested group of leaders, students laid plans for the year at Pre-School (Con- ference, formulating programs for the Social Committee and the Service League. Emphasis was placed on the work of the Honor Committee, and the group decided that upperclassmen and freshmen honor should receive concentrated effort. Individual hall discussions broadened students ' knowledge of what honor includes. A skit at mass meeting presented the L.liza belli ijnttaiii, yrcMdciit ALICE FARMER Vire-I ' ri ' sidpnt GLADYS CHAMBERS Secrelarv JANE PERRY Treasurer 2» Responsibility iiu-aniii of tlu- lioiiui- pulit-y. an l ri- -Hliiiicn look t -HlH on lli - hanillioolv anil ilH riil -» . An a var« n HS of l fing a pari of Stuih-nl (FOVcrnnK ' iil AnMocialion canit- Mitli inaHH iiici-tin M anti (lisciirtAions of le islativi- loin !i in ilorniitnrifM. True tu ils aspiration if pro i lin ! niort- inili i lnal rcsponsiltility. Le ;iHlalur ai(l -il tlif growth of frfoloni y li lit -nin ; frt-nhnian dating riiifs. l»y allowing sophomores on« ' eleven o ' clock a week, and l y clarifying existing rules. At check-up conference results of plans made at Pre-School (Conference were tlis- eussed. and suggestions made for the remaind-r of the year. Student government at W. C. is di ided into three branches — legislative, ju licial, and executive; and every student is considered a meniher. President Elizaheth Brittain firesides over Judicial Board, mass meetings, and is invested with all executive power. Legislature is presided over hy Vice-President Alice Farmer, who is also responsible for chapel seating. To Secretary Gladys Chambers is delegated the responsibility of keeping records of Judicial and Hall Board cases and taking minutes of meetings, and Treasurer Jane Perry keeps up with money spent and takes minutes of legislature meetings. Student government at the Wom- an ' s College is truly growing in responsible freedom. Legislature First Rot : Phyllis Green. D aeia Le wis. Nan ■ uth. r. M r bell ■ ■ addi ■ net ■ ■ Irude A Louise Patlon. M ry Ellen Harrell Nell S» nini Chi rlott€ DeLo zicr Ju ia m ' . Leo 1. Knee ' ine- ' s Palsy Ba Ipy. Eliz beth Cunn inghatt . Clara ean Cooke. Se ated: Mar gare P ek ord. Eli»ahe h Brit Sech.ler Lucv R .dgers. Ju ia Rue Parhan. Mi •s K ather ne Ta lor Al ce Fa nnei Chair man. J Secretar:i Patrici Padgett, Mlldr ed Ore. Max ine Apple white. SI nding: issn noma k. Ma Perr) et Holt. Frances WoKe. Connie Cline, Blair My rick. Janle Crumpton. Adelaide Sigmon, Lula McGraw Gay, Marilyn Crawford, Betty Jane Carr, Miriam Scott, Ruth Mary, ancy Kendall, laleen Johnson, Joyce Poeson. Alyce Bruin. 29 Time To Mark- Lallin. Glad s Clian.- Wrs. Barbara Parrish. Mi . Louisr Alcxandor. ElizaWlli Brittain. Martha Ivrv. Mar Irvin, Trulv Bryan. Pa . Colrniaii. Beltv Lunilv. Judicial Board Honor C o 111 m i 1 1 e e Seaird: Page- Culciiiaii. Miss Vera Largriil. Trulv Bry- an Chairman. Slanding: Junp Hollzrnclorf. Kulh Wrbb. Nancv Beam Fundcrburk. Su. an V oniark. Mariha Points Committee Snaltd: Mrs. Kmip Fundrrburk. Brity Lciu Huflinrs Standing: Kathrrine ah Jan.- » hit. S.-.rrlarj. Chairman. Miss Sanrha Tha :to Consider Judicial liourd, .lolling il lil:i. ' k r.il . ' . Ii:i ». rk ' (l t i»ar l Ii. ' coininK mor. ' ' . rr. ' ' lh ' ami l " . piiiii- livr. All.niplinK l a l l a iiiorr | ' i ( nal loiirli, l r( i.l ' Ml IJ1 Itriltain has talkr.l to all honor ras.-s h. ' for. ' Ih. ' v havr com. ' h.lor. ' " JikIv Jioarcl. " aii.l ■ii.mSrr l a . ' Iri. ' .l K. make slii.J. ' .ils ..■ srioiis of llii ' (-xctlh ' iit .s| ' tii ol ' stiKlriil govern iiK ' iit anil l ' | laiii ihi ' ri-asons for rnlis. With 4 oiiiparutivrly fe» ' honor oases, ' ' ' Judy Board ' hus fiiuiid ihat fewer sniull rules, more responsi- liilily, and somewhat strieter eorreelive measures have gone far toward strengthening; the honor p »lioy. " Judv Board " is presided over hy the president of Student Government and eonsists of five seniors, two juniors and a faculty adviser. The secretary of Student Government acts as secretary. Hall Bi ards set up in each dormitory are composed of the house presidents, a member of the " Judy Board. " and four other girls living in the dormitory. All minor cases come under the jurisdiction of Hall Boards. Honor Committee under Truly Hryinii, hus einphasizefl personal honor in Irving; lo earry over the fairly well-established honor in the aeadeniio field lo sirengthen llie soeial side of the policy. Points Committee with the job of seeing thai no girl holds too many ofRces, has become the newest student committee, having been turned over to students by the administration at the beginning of the vear. Finance Board supervises student organizations participating in the budget, aids the four cla in handling their funds, and grants funds to each organization for operating expenses. Elections Board heralding elections with a Carolinian extra and a revised schedule for two elections, has emphasized the importance of campus-wide interest in voting. An old-time pep rally sent the election off to a colorful beginning. Innovations this year have included a new member from the Town Students Association, encouraging town students to participate. Finance Board Miss Anne Lewis. Clara Bond. Dr. Albert Kcister. Nancy Do2iei Ctiairnian. Georgia 01i e Scerctar), Mr. John Loclihart, Manila Allen, Miss Evcljn Fowler. Elections Board Julia liue Parhani. Carol Walker. Julia MeLean- Chairnian, Elizabetli Peeic, Gladys Storey, Miss Ma joric Leonard. ' JJo ou6e i vleetlna at 10:30 ' X_ivery house where love abides and friendship is a guest is surely home, and home, sweet home; for there the heart ean rest. " It is the responsibility of the leaders of the dormitories to see that each of their some one hundred twenty or more students feels that she is really " at home " in her dormitory. The counselors and house presi- dents measure up to this task in a most remarkable way. The counselor is always willing to help solve our problems, comfort us in times of sorrow, or share with us our feelings of joy. It is she who keeps track of our " goings out and our comings in " (presuming, of course, that we cooperate in the matter). To her we are not just another student, but a personality which she can greet by name. She is always eager to share in any of our personal interests, congratulate us on our successes (sometimes wc do have them), and understand and advise us if success has not been ours. Our frienjl, the house president, keeps us informed with all news from legislature, helps plan our dorm dances and other social functions, answers our numerous questions (this, it is understoo l. applies mostly to freshmen. — Who said that ' i ' i ' iVi), and in general keeps things running smoothly. Yes, she e en helps us bid our dates goodnight. ♦ :«2 We extend our deepest appreciation to these our counselors: Miss Taylor, Miss Oaddock, Miss (Cunningham, Miss Morton, Mrs. West, Mrs. Hunter, Miss Clement, Miss Grogan, Miss Martin, Miss Horton, Miss Pron lecki, Mrs. Inghrani, Mrs. Wehh, Mrs. Adams, and Miss Garner. Our appreciation goes also to these our house presidents: Sara Layton, Margaret Holt, Frances Wolfe, Marybelle Waddington, Isabel Howard, Joyce Posson, Susan Womack, Nancy Souther, laleen Johnson, Maxine Applewhite, Louise Patton, Nell Swaini, Jane Terry, Patricia Padgett, an l Blair Myrick. They have all proved that " We need not power or splendor; wide hall or lordly dome; the good, the true, the tender, these form the wealth of home. " NEW GUILFORD 5 Evclvn Martin, al.on Johnson KIRKLAND Mrs. Gozual H. Andrews, P Padcott 33 T, ime.. . . . from 8 m tk e r V lornina hi 12 fjo, uniii iz V loon ' § ±1L ■■■ f ■1 - 1 « ing until 12 at Noon ... a big gulp here and a swallow, too . . ' cause listen sister . . . I ' ve work to do- Off to classes at last I go . . . To learn the things a girl should know And cram I do ... ' til I feel sick • . of readin ' . . . ritin ' . . . and rithniatic, ' ' The Time Is Oow ' Seated: Betty Lou Hufflnes Vice-Prendent Rachel Johnson Cheerleader Nancy Cromer Treasurer Standing: Nancy Sechrest Secretary Ruth Webb President 10 We came back tliat last September, took our red jackets out of moth balls, wrote 400 numbers on our course cards . . . still we couldn ' t believe it . . . we were th e senior class of " 47. For three years there had always been another class ahead of us, some- body else to pass the buck to. Now we were standing with our hands full at the end of the line. S.G.A., the Honor Policy, Legislature — our responsibility for leadership. We made blue-prints for an " Integrated Community " at pre-school conference and between times we " policed " Mclver ' s entrances! We developed a new appreciation for our school, for the standard of education it upholds . . . remembered the old saying: " Crops come up the way you plant them " and knew that we had been planted right. We are the Woman ' s College offering for the year 1947. It ' s black seal is our lodestone; its motto, our aim. Mrs. Madclliio Slrrit. Class Ch 41 Senior Class of 1947 Ma ■ Abi- Martha Jean Adam: Mary ElliMi Agnew Sarah Elizabrlh Aik. Julia Thorns Alcxai Francis Prii.h Al, ' Second Row: Nancy Janr Ansivy Maxine Davis Applohi Mildrrd Carol Arnistrni Henrietta Atkin Evelyn Lurk Auman Roberta Neal Austin r i ir f Aoir: Sai ah Young Austin Ma rtha Allci ™ Baber Ali Je. ee Ann Ba nne Barb, s Jeannetl e Baref.,. Do rolh Mae Barnes =3 IkzPimTteeMii Mary Corinne Abernethy Greensboro Cornelian ; Stratford Junior College (1.2); Botany Club (3). Junior Advisor (4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Town Students Organization C!. 4); Uance C ' ornrni ltee (41; Service League (3). Martha Jean Adams Winston-Salem A.B., tipanish Adelphian; Hall Board (1, 2); Chemistry Club (2. 3); Classical Club (1. 2, 3); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Education Club (4); Honor Roll (1, 2. 3); Le Cercle Krancais (4): Sigma Delta Pi (3. 4). Treasurer (4); Square Circle (1. 2); Tau Psi Omega (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 3. 4); Proctor (2); Service League (3); Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (D; Gymnastics (4). Mary Ellen Agnew Charlotte A.B.. Sociolnffi Dikean; Freshman Commission (1) ; Class Vice-President (31 ; Pine Nvedles. Business Manager (4); Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 4); Chemistry Club (1); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Sociology Club (3. 4); Who ' s Who (3); Finance Board, Secretary (3); Life Saving (1). Sarah Elizabeth Aiken .... Washington, D. C. A.B., Psychology Dikean: Dean ' s List (3); Playlikers (2, 3). Julia Thorns Alexander Asheboro A.B., History [onielian. Secretary (2); Secretary Student Government (3l; Juilicial Hoard Ci); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3); Square Circle (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 4); Proctor (-2); Dance Committee (2). Frances Prudence Alexander Statesville BS., Secretarial Administration .Vilelphian, Book Exchange Chairman (4); Daisy Chain (2): Education Club (4); Gamma Alpha (3. 4); Recreation Association (1, 2. 3, 4); V.W.C.A. (3. 4); Zoo ' ogy Field Club (1): Proctor (21; Social Committee (1. 2); Elections Committee (4); Life Saving (2); Swimming (I. 2. 3. 4); rennis (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Basketball (1. 2. 3. 41. 42 HiNKli 1 lA AiKiN Hcndcrsonvillc A.H., All AiU ' lpliinn: Cliinvli ( cmim ' II (. ' I. IJ : Di ' aiiN I.M Mi: Inti-rniitli Cimiiii ' II (2, :i, t). ViiT l ' ivsicl,-nl 111: InU ' rni tlii|i;ll Ki- ' iitinlis (1); ITlK-lor (1); S.-rvlcr I.i-iiciR ' l.H): Arl (lull i:i. D. EviM.vN LiiCK AiiMAN Ashcboro ,t.H.. Kitiilinh Ciinu-liiin: Cl.issiiMl Clul) (2. :i. li: Kdnratiiiii (lull (H: I ' nirtiir (IJ. RonKniA NiAi, AiisifN Jefferson Alctheiaii; Kduciitiiiii (lull (I); llcniic KcciiKiniiis (lull il. i. :), U; Inlur- faith Ciiuncil (n: Siiuaie Dance (IJ. Sarah Young Austin Four Oaks A .11.. Si,rh,lii ' jij Curnclian: S(K-iolo(:y Club (3. li: I ' niitor (1). Martha Allen Baber Shelby B.S., Secretorinl Ailiniiiixlniliml Dikcan: Garnina Alplia CI, 1). Alice Ann Bannerman Dunn .!.«., n,r„ll.llnj Cul-nelian, Marshal Ci): Chemistry Cluh (3. 4); Wcstniiiiisler Ki-ll(mshi|) (1, 2); Mav Court (I): Medical Teclinologi.sts Club C). t) ; Recreatiiin Association (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (1); Basketball (1, 2). Jeanne Barber Goliiston A.B., Art Dikoan. Hook Kxchaiiffe Cliairinan (4). Treasurer (2); Art Club (3, I): Choir (I, 2); Church Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. l) ; Hall Board (1). Iris Jeannette Barefoot Hallsboro B.S., Home Econumies Aletheian; Cnrolinian (2); Dean ' s List (3); Education Club t4) : Home Economics Club (2. 3. -t) : Kecreation Association (1, 2) ; Square Dance (2); y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Hockey (1); Swimming (2). Dorothy Mae Barnes Lucama B..S.. Sfvntarii:! Ailiinin«tr(itiiiii Dikean; Gamma Alpha (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (4). j? Nancy Jane Ansley Charlotte A.B., Biolouu Aletheian, President (4), Marshal (3). Secretary (2); Chemistry Club (3, 41 ; May Court (4) ; Medical Technologists Club (3, 41 ; Recreation Association (1): Proctor (11: Hall Social Chairman (11; Social Com- mittee (41; Aletheian Dance Committee (1): Class Dance Committee (1). Maxine Davis Applewhite Acme .-l.fi., Pst chuloffij Dikean: Legislature (3): House President (4); Freshman Commission (1); Daisy Chain (2); Psychology Club (3. 41, Secretary (41; Who ' s Who (3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Proctor u. 21; Service League (2, 3), Hall Leader (31; Faculty-Student Kcvicwins Committee (3), ' Mildred Carol Armstrong .... Elizabeth City .1.8.. Prhmnij Eiliimlin,, Aletheian; Education Club (3. 41; May Court (4); Junior Advisor (31; y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Hall Social Chairman (2); Social Committee (2, 3); Aletheian Dance Chairman (3); Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3). Senior Class of 1947 f.V«I Roa: Dorothy HrUn Bason Elizabi ' lh Lcc Bass Agnrs Allen Bial Betty Sue Beatnan Marjorie Gertrude H.I. Ii Ilia Mae Beiinetl Second Rote: Anne Watson Birkh.a.l Anne Bailey Blank Mar|:ie Blunitnthal Martha Hazel Il.ilirk t.. r l uP yUL lejiMi.. Dorothy Helen Bason Yanceyville A.h.. Vriiimrii Ktliirtfli,,,, Adelphian; Hall Board (21; Dean ' s List CD: Eiluratioii Club (3. I); y.W.C.A. (1, 3, I); PiiK-tor (3). Elizabeth Lee Bass Raleigh ■ I.e.. Eiwli. ' ih Dikean; Caiulinian (1, 2, 3. D, Business Manager (1), Make-Up Editor 3); Coraddi, Literary Editor (3. 4); Pine yetiiles. Literary Editor (4); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3. 4): Honor Roll (1. 3); International Relations (3): Junior Advisor (3); Quill Club (3. 4), Publicity Chairman (4) ; Recreation Association (I) : Tau Psi Omega (3, 41 ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 3. 4) : Proctor (1): Hall Social Chairman (I); Dance Committee (1): Service League (2); Hockey (l); May Day Program Chairman (4). Agnes Allen Beal Red Oak B..S., Hume Ernnomirs Dikean; ' Wesley Foundation (1. 4); Dean ' s List (4); Home Economics Club (2. 3, 4); Recreation Association (2): Square Dance (1. 2); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3); Proctor (8). Bett ' Sue Beaman Greensboro B.S.. Si-vrelmial Adminislnitian Dikean; Brenau College (1); (Jainma Alpha (3, 4i; International Relations (21 ; Town Students Organization (3. 4) : Proctor (2) ; Dance Committee (4). Marjorie Gertrude Belch Charlotte A.B.. Chemistni Dikean; Chemistry Club (3, 4): Dean ' s List (3); Honor Roll (1. 3); Junior Advi.sor (3); Physics Club (3. 4): Square Circle (2, 3, 4); Tau Psi Omega (3, 41; Zoology Field Club. President (11; Faculty-Student Curriculum Committee (41. Ida Mae Bennett New Canaan, Conn. A.B., Psychology Dikean; Proctor (31; Psychology Club (3. 41; Hall Hoard in. 44 ' f 9 7 LiTA Bernstein Greensboro A.B.. ftnriuloo! ' likean; International Kelations (3, 4): Deans List (3): Recreation Asso- iation (1); Sociology Club (3, 4): Town Students Organization (3, 4): ervice League (2); Hillel (1. 2, 3. 4); Southern Conference of Human Welfare (4). NNK Bailhy Blank Nashville, Tenn. A.B., EiiijUsh Dikean, Anni: Watson Uikkhead Asheboro Ii.S., Secrelarittl Administration Adclpliian. Marshal (I); Cumtldi, Ilunlijess Staff (41; Slenia Alpha (3, 4): Archery Cluh (2): DciNi ' s List (3); Caninia Alpha (3. 4); Honor Roll (1. 2. 31; Junior Ailvisor (3); SiKma Delta I ' l (3. I): V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Dance Comniillce HI. March Blumenihal Franklin H.S., Kvi-rilmiiil AilminiHiriilimi Ailelphian: (ianiina Alplia r.l. li; Ilillrl ij. 2. 3. Ii. Makiha Ha .il Bolkk Lenoir «..S., Horn,- Kranomirs (. nnli.in: Mars Hill College (1. 2); Funnan University (3): Rdueatlon Club Ml; Home Kcononiics Cluh (4); Scjuare Dance (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). Clara Mi ' RPHv Bond Windsor A.I)., Swilling,, Curnelian. Inter-Society Representative (4) ; Caruliniiin (1. 2) : Pine A ' eerf cs, Organization Editor (4); Classical Club (1. 2. 3, 1): Sociology Club (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); I ' roctor (I); Service League. Hall Leader (3); Finance Board ft); Book Exchange Treasurer (4). JuMELA Ann Boulus Concord A.B.. MntheMiitics .Aletheian: Legislature (3); Class Cheerleader (3); Carnlinian, Circulation Manager (2). Business Staff (2); Daisy Chain (2): Interfaith Council (2. 3); Outstanding Senior (11; Squnrp Circle (I. 2, 3. 4): Who ' s Who (31; Social Committee (1. ;i i : s.r i.v l.-a-uc (1. 2. 3. 4), Chairman (4), Hall Leader (2); Stu.lcnl I- :., ii!u l;, i,■ i]lK Committee (31: Student- Faculty Curriculum ( i.rninitt.-, ' I ; (all. ..lie .students (1. 2. 3. 4). Presi- dent l.ii ; Baskclhall (1, . 3. 4). Mary Cornelia Bovcen Gastonia B.S., Secretarial Administration . delphian. President (4). Marshal (3): Dance Group (2. 3): Gamma Alpha (3. 4); May Court (4); Hall Social Cliairtnan (1); Dance Com- mittee (1, 3). Nancy Irene Bowman Brown Summit A.B., Chemistri, Dikean; Cnrolinian (3); Chemistry Club (3, 4). President (4): Education Club (41; Siiuare Dance (2); Square Circle (3, 4); Town Students Organi- zation (1); Softball (3); Modern Dance (4). Laura Kathryn Bradford Julian B.S., Home Economics Aletheian; Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (4): Home Economics Club (2. 3, 4); Junior Advisor (3. 4); Playlikers (3); Recreation . s,sociation (2. 3. 41; Sciuare Dance (41; Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4); Swimming (3); Tennis (2. 3); Basketball (3); Softball (2. 3). Nina Paige Braswell Jackson B.S.. Home Ernnomics Dikean: Chemistry Club (1. 2. 3. 4): Dean ' s List (3): Home Economics Club (3. H: International Kelations (4): Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Iarol Blitstein Brooklyn, N. Y. .4.8.. Endlish .Metlieian; Dean ' s List (3. 4). 45 Senior Class of 1947 Ruth Brawie Cracr Laui» ' Br. Betty Ray Brimhall Mary Elizabeth Britta Craria Eriiabrlh Broadbook. Frances Alverta Brock Second Row: Sybil Eve Brooks Sue Alice Bruton Kathryn Truman Bryan Mana Mary Byrd Burnc Margaret Rebecca Burr Martha Wtrhe Btrnes Third Rom: Sarah Fooler Campbell Mildred Ruth Carson Mildred Anne Carter Margaret Rich Carter Mary Erma Casper Edythe Virginia Cathe c3 l uPi TieeMii Ruth Brawley Mooresville A.B,, Bwlogy Adelphian; Chemistry Club (I. 2, 3. 41; Medical Teclinologists Club (3. 4). Secretary (4); Siiuare Dance (31; V.W.C.A. (3, 4); Proctor 1, 4). Grace Louise Brewer Jamesville B.S., Home Economics Adelphian; Playlikers (2, 3. 4); Masgueraders (3. 4); Home Economics Club (I. 2. 3, 4); Chemistrv Cub (I. 2); Omicron Xu (4); Service League. Hall Leader (4i; Honor Roll (1. 21; Dean ' s List (3l; Basketball (2); Proctor (2). Betty RA • Brimhall Winston-Salem A.B., Histurij Dikean; Summer Scliool House President (3); Hall Board (4); Carnlinian (1, 2, 3), Advertising Manager (2). Business Manager (3) ; Daisy Chain (21 ; Dean ' s List (3): Dolphin-Seal Club (1, 2, 3 ; Junior Advisor (31; Recrea- tion Association (I, 2. 3. 4). Cabinet (3); Sigma Delta Pi (2, 3. 4): V.W.C.A. (1. 41; Proctor (1, 21; Camp Committee (3. 4); Life Saving (11; Speedball (2. 3. 4); Tennis (3); Basketball (I. 2. 3. 4); Softball (I. 31. Mary Elizabeth Brittain Graham A.B.. Sociology Dikean; Pre.sident. Student Cio; Carolinian, E. change Managei (2. 3. 4) ; Outstanding Senior (4 Sociologj ' Club (3. 4) ; Who ' s Who (41 ; V.W.C.A Wesley Foundation (I, 3) t (41; Freshman Conimi.ssion 11); (2): Dean ' s List (3); Masqueradcrs Playlikers (2, 3. 4), Stage Manager (3); 2): Proctor (l) ; Gracia Elizabeth Broadbooks . A.B., Sociolofty Rochester, N. Y. ident (4); Frances Alverta Brock Farmington B.S., Home Economics Dikean; Chemistry Club (l. 2); Wesley Foundation (I. 3 ; Home Eco noniics Club (1. 2. 3, 4i; Medical Technologists Club (3); Town Students Organization (1. 2); V.W.C.A. (1. 3. 4). 40 VBiL Evu Brooks Raleigh B.S., Secretarial Admmistratwn delpliian; Pim- Xeedles (2); Church Council (3); (iaiuma Alplia (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (1. 3. 1). UE Alice Bruton Candor B.S.. Fht sical Eduvniiim (lelphian: Pine Needles (4); Darlinettes (1. 2. 3. I). Business Manager t); Boots N " Spur (3, )); Recreation Assre ' iation (1, 2, 3, 4). Cabinet 3. 4); Siiuare Dance (II ; Camp Counselors Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Camp Com- littee (2, 3. 41 : Cvmnastics (1. 2. 3, I): Hockey (1. 2. 3, 4); Life Saving 1. 3); Soccer (1. 21: Spcciliiall (2 3. I): Swimming (2. 3): Vollev Ball 11; Baskettiall (1, 2. 3. tl; Softball (I. 2, 3. 4); Ovm Meet (I. 2. 3, 4); Officials dull (3. H. lATHRVN Truman Bryan Asheville A.B.. Sorinlnrjn ornelian; House President (3); Legislature (3); Honor Committee 3. 4). Chairman (4): Judicial Board (4); Church Council (2. 4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Whos Who (4); Proctor (2): Hall Social Chairman (1). Mana Maui H-iiU) BiiRNHTT Rocky Mount H.S., Serretttriftt AfhnitiUlrdtioji MAH(,ARi:r Ri:hi:cc;a Biirniitth Enka • l.fl.. rrimlirij Kiliiraliim Alethclaji; I ' .rluiation Club (11: Junior Advisor (I); V.W.C.A. (3). Makiha W ' lCHi-; B-iRNKS Waynesville ;i..S . StinliuinI Ailiiihiialirilhiii Dikcad: lloi ls N " S|M]r ' 2. 3. li: Calnina Alplia (3, ll. Sarah Fowi.hr C;ampiuu.l Washington «..S., Serreliirinl Admiiiinlrtition Cornelian. Marshal (4); Piiie Xeeriles, Typist (4): Oamnia Alpha (3. 4); Stiuare Circle (1. 2): Y.W.C.A, (4); Proctor (3); Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3): May Day Committee (4). Mildred Ruth Carson Robersonviile B.S., Serretaruil Administration Adelphian; Gamma Alpha (3, 4). Mildred Anne Carter Raleigh A.H.. Spaiiisli Cornelian; Freshman Conimissi( ii. Treasurer {!); Botany Cub (3): Dean ' s List (3. 4): Education Club 4) : Honor Roll (1. 2): Junior Ad- visor (3): Sigma Delta Pi (3. 4). Vice-President (4), Secretary (3): Y.W.C.A. (1): Proctor (2); Dance Coinniittee (I. 3): Hall Board (2). Maroaret Rich Carter Morganton A.B., Clicmislri Cornelian: Chemistry Club (2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4); Education Club (IK Junior Advisor (3); Physics Club (3. 4). Secretar ' -Treasurer (4); Square Circle (2. 3); Proctor (4); Service League (1). Mary Erma Casper New London A.B., Bioloijij Dikciiii: Botany Club (2, 3. 4); Chemistry Club (3. 4); Church Council (H: Kducation Club (3. 4): Physics Club (3): Y.W.C.A. (1, 4); Swim- ming (1); Tennis (3); Basketball (3, 4). Edvthe Virginia Cathey Skyland B.S., Home Economicg Adelphian: Biltmore Junior College il, 21; Chemistry Club (3); Dean ' s List (3): Home Economics Club (3, 4); Recreation Association (3, 4); Square Dance (3); Swimming (3). 47 Senior Class of 1947 First Rou; Lucile Beatrix Clianibvrs Laurcnc Chaniblcc Elaie Pearl Check Mary Katheriiie Claiborne Constance G. Clinr Kalhryn C.ibb Serontl Row: Agnes Esther Cochrane Ruth Dclphine Coedill Pegpy Ann Coniins Ruth Cooke Margaret Corbin Doris IIIan. ' he ;n in|:Io Thiril R..1. ■ Lillian Murian C.s iiii:t..n Margaret Virginia Cowan Mary Cynthia Cox Juanita Monroe Cox Marilyn Crawford Nancy Cromer c3 Lucile Beatrix Chambers Stocksville A.B., EuirUsh A:etheian; Mars Hill Collese (I, 2): tliurch Council (4); Eduoition Club (11; Kecieation Association (3. l; ; Y.W.C.A. (3, t). Laurene Chamblee . . ' Louisburg A.B., Home Ermiomics Adelpllian; Education Club (4); Home Economics Cluh (I. 2. 3. 4); Recreation Association (2); Square Dance (4): V.W.C.A. (2, 3. 4). Elsie Pearl Cheek Rockwell A.B.. Soriologif Dikean; Mars Hill Culleae C. 2); Sociology Club (3. 4). Mary Katherine Claiborne Greensboro A.B., Sociology Dikean: Playlikers (2. 3. 4): Sociology Club (3. t) : Town Students Organi- zation (I. 2. 3. 4) : Camp Counselors Club (4). Constance G. Cline Concord .1. . ' .. Art Adclphian. Kathrvn Cobb Charlotte .I.e.. EiKjlish Adelpllian. Marshal rii. Secretary (2); Dance Group (2. 3. 4): Dean ' s List (4); Education Club (4); Quill Club (4). 4S Agnes Esther Cochrane Laurinburg A.B.. Chcmistrij Cornelian; Chemistry Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Westminister Kellowsliip (3); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3); Honor Roll (2, 3); Medical leihnolo- gists Club (3. 1). President (4): Square Circle (3): Proctor (1); Dance Committee (3); Service League. Hall Leader (3). Ruth Delphine Cogdill ..... Spring Creek W.S., Home Economics . delphian; Mars Hill College (1, 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.. . (3. 4). ■Teggv Ann Comins Blueficld, W. Va. B.S.. Secrctnrinl Ariiniiiistmtiou Dikean; Cliemistry Club (2); Daisy Chain (2); Gamma .Alpha (3. 4): Y. V.C.. . (1. 2, 3. 4): Service League (4); Carolinian, Business Staflf (2. 3); Life Saving (1). Riiiii Cooke Aulandcr K.H., I ' ttynifal Ktlucation Cornelian; Recreation Aasnclatlon (1, 2. 3, 4): Stiuarc Dance (3, 4); Cymnn.stlcs (4); HiK ' key (2 3. 4); Spcedball (2, 3. 4); TcnnlB (3, 4); Volley n.ill (1); Haskctball (1. 2. 3. 1): .Softball (2. 3. 4). Margaret Cokhin Otto H.H., Horn, ' Kconomics Cornelian; Western Carolina Teudicr ' s CollcBe (I, 2); Westminister Fel- lowship (4); Education Club (1); Home Economics Club (3. 4); Recreation Assncialinn (3); V.W.C.A (3, 4). DoRLS Blanghi; Covingion Asheboro f..S., Ki-iri-lariiil Adminixlruiiim Adclphian, Marshal (3): Cannna Alpha (3. 41; V.W.C.A. (4); Hall Social Cliairjnan (4); Social (dinmittee (4); Adelphian Dance Chairman (4), Dance Ciirnniittce (t ; Service League (3). Lillian Marian Covington Charlotte H.S., Secretarial Ailtmnintraliim .Metlieian: Gannna . ' Mplia (3. 4); Home Economics Club (1); Aletheian Dance Ccmnniltce (3). Margaret Virginia Cowan Garland A.H., Grnmmur Grade Education Dikean; Carolinian, Business Staff (3. 4): Botany Club (3); Education Club (4) ; Recreation Association (2. 3) ; Square Dance (3) ; V.W.C.A. (I. 2. 4). Mary Cynthia Cox Winston-Salem A.B., Art Cornelian; Art Club (3, 4), Treasurer (3). President (4); Dean ' s List (S); Recreation Association (1, 2); Service League (3); Arts P ' orum Com- mittee (I). JUANiTA Monroe Cox Asheboro A.B., Prinuirij Education Cornelian; Education Club (3. 4). Secretary (4); Home Economics Club (2); Social Committee ( " ); Modern Dance (4). Marilyn Crawford Black Mountain B.S., Physical Education . delpliian ; Legislature (4); Coraddi, Photographer (4); Archery Club (4); Dolphin-Seal Club (3, I), President (4): Recreation Association (1. 2. 3. 4), Cabinet fli; S.|i]:iri- Ti: ,■ fli; Proctor (1, 2, 3); Camp Committee (3. li. (Ii.iiniian il : r.li.i :i, 1); Gymnastics (1. 2. 3. 4); Hockey (1. 2. :i. l : I il.- S.imml- i -• i ; s|.r, JIimII (1. 2. 3, 4); Swimming (1, 2. 3, 4); ' .ill, li;ill (L ' . ;i. li; ll:i-k,tiiall (1, 2, 3, 4); Softball ■1, 2. 3. n ; Ollicials Club (4). Nancy Cromer Charlotte A.B., Mathematics Dikean, Marshal (4); Legislature (1); Co-Manager Junior Shop (3); Class Treasurer (4); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Honor Roll (1. 2. 31 : Square Circle (1, 2, 3, 4); Tau Psi Omega (2. 3. 4); Hall Social Chairman (2). Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Harriet Kathleen Crow Janie Pearl Crumpton Mildred Louise Curlee Eleanor Anne Dalton Helen Edwards Daughlry Lula Welch Davidson Second Roio: Clara Jay Davi. Mary Frances Davis Nell Forester Davis Thelma Elizabeth Davis Dorothy Dalton Deal Frances Powell UeLami Third Rou-: Vilnia Belle Dellingrr Betty Brown Denny Catherine Dickens Eleanor LeClaire Dickey Nancy Lou Dozier Cornelia Rux Draughan = = ?Ae ;%tt TUeMti Harriet Kathleen Crow Charlotte A.B., Spanish Adelphian; Classical Club (i, 2, 3. J); Dean ' s List (4); Sciuaie Dance (2. 3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Janie Pearl Crumpton Roxboro A.B,y Mathematics Cornelian; Hall Board (3): Legislature (4); Wesley Foundation (3); Education Club (4) ; International Relations (3. 4) : Square Circle (1, 2. 3. 4). President (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). Secretary (I), Social Chair- man (2. 4), Cabinet (2. 3, 4); Proctor (1, 2, 3); Gymnastics (4). Mildred Louise Curlee Oakboro B.S., Phijsicnl Education Aletheian; Archery Club (4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); Recreation Associa- tion (1. 2, 3. 4). Cabinet (3. 4); Square Dance (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Arcliery (3, 4); Gymnastics (2. 3, 4): Hockey (S ; Speedball (2, 3); Swimming (4) ; Volley BaU (4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Softball (1. 2. 3, 4). Eleanor Anne Dalton Winston-Salem A.B., Psychology Dikean; Daisy Chain (2); Dance Group (3, 4); Recreation . ssociatinn (3); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Proctor (2): Hall Social Chairman (1); Hockey (2. 3); Basketball (1). Helen Edwards Daughtrv . A.B., Sociology LuLA Welsh Davidson Roanoke Rapids Wadesboro 50 Clara Jav Davis Middlesex B.S.. PhilMcdl Eriuratiou Aletlieian; Meredith CoUeise (1. 2): Recreation Association (3. 4). Cabinet (4); Camp Counselors Club (3, 4); Service League (4); Officials Club (3. 4): Gymnastics (8. 4); Hockey (3. 4); Speedball (3, 4); Swimming (3. 4) : Tennis (3. 4) ; Basketball (3. 4) ; Softball (3. 4). Mary Frances Davis Conway, S. C. B,S., Distrib utive Education Aletlieian; Carolinian (2); Wesley Foundation (2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4) : Gamma Alpha (3. 4) : Interfaitli Council (3, 4), Secretary (3) ; Recrea- tion Association (1, 2. 3. 41. Cabinet (3); Square Dance (2. 3. 41. Vice- President (21, TresideTit (3); V.W.C.A. (1. 4i; Swinnniiis (1. 2): Tennis (3). Nell Forester Davis StatesviUe A.B., Chemistry Cornelian: Mitchell College (I. 2); Chemistry Club (3, 4); Hall Social Chairman (3). Thi:lma Elizaheth Davis Wilmington B.S.. Home Economics Alcllicinn; Chemistry Club (3!: Home Economics ( Inb (2, 3. 1); Mcillcal IcchnoliM- ' Ists Club cti: V.W.C.A. (1, 3. 4); I ' roclor (1). DoKoiHv Dalton Deal Charlotte A.B., Soriotoav Dikenn. President (4); Westminister Fellowship (2); Daisy Chain (2): Dean ' s List (31: Sociology Club (3. 41. Secretary-Treasurer (3): Proctor (2. 3); Dance Coinriiiltec (2. 3); .Social I ' lanning Council. Secretliry (4). Frances Powell De Lamar Charlotte A.B., fipanish Aletlieian; Montreal College (4. 2): Dean ' s List (4); .Sigma Delta PI (3. 4). Program Chairman (4): Proctor (4). ViLMA Belle Dellinger Cherryville A.B., Sociology Dean ' s List (3); International Relations (4); Square Dance (3); Sociology Club (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3). Bett " ! ' Brown Denny Raleigh A.B., Prinutry Education Dikcaii; Hall Board (4); Elections Committee (3); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Education Club (3, 41; Honor Roll (2); International Relations (2. 3. 4); V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4): Social Committee (3): Service League (2. 3). Cathi;rine Dickens Varina B.S., Sccrctnrial Administration Dikcan; Bub ,)ones College (1. 21: Education Club (3. 4); Gamma Alpha (3. 41: V.W.C.A. (3): Proctor (3). Eleanor Le Claire Dickey Dunn B.S., Secj-ctarial Administratiitn Dikean. Marslial (4); Daisy Chain (2); Gamma Alpha (3. 4); May Court (4); V.W.C.A. (1. 4); Dance Committee (3). Nancy Lou Dozier Rocky Mount B.S., Secretarial Administration Dikean. Marshal (4); Sigma Alpha (3, i) ; Dean ' s List (3); Gamma Alpha (3. 4); Honor Roll (1, 2); Junior Advisor (3): Proctor (1); Social Com- mittee (3); Dance Cliairman (3); Service League. Hall Leader (1): Hall Board (2, 3): Pre-School Conference (2); Finance Board (3, 4). Chair- man (4). Cornelia Rux Draughan Whitakers A.B,, Primary Education Dikean; Archery Club (2. 3, 4). Secretai-y-Treasurer (3); Education Club (4); Recreation Association (2, 3. 4); V.W.C.- . {3. 4); Camp Counselors Club (4); Archery (2. 3. 4); Swimming (4). 1 Senior Class of 1947 Fir.l Ron.- Doris Joan Due Marion Helen Dune Nancy Louine Eagle Janice Mae Earlcy Second Rmo: Ema ( ' arrenEcl»ar ls Anita Rulli Edferfin Daphne Eller Patricia Muriel Ellioll Third Ro«,: Doroth) UeLeon F Norma Lee Eskey Helen Fales Alice Virginia Far = 7 ' P ru TUeMu Doris Joan Due EUicott City, Md. i.S.. Phlisical Education Marion Helen Duncan River Edge, N. J. Dikean; Chemistry Club (l, 2. 3, 4); Dean ' s List (:)). Nancy Louise Eagle Salisbur) ' B.S., Musir Janice Mae Earlev Ahoskie A.B., Rociolofjy Ema Warren Edwards Burlington B.R.. DMrilmtive Education Cornelian; Daisy Chain (21: Gamma Alpha (3, 4); Dance Committee (3); Summer School Student C.overnmcnt President (3). Anita Ruth Egerton Mill Spring B,S., Secretarial Administration Cornelian; Dean ' s List (3); Gamma Alpha (3, 4); International Relations (2. 3); Physics Club (31; Recreation Association (2. 3); Square Dance (2, 3) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Proctor (1). Daphne Eller Lansing B.S., Home Economics Dikean: Mars Hill College (I, 2); Church Council (3, 4); Education Club (3. 4): Home Economics Club (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3): Proctor (3). Patricia Muriel Elliott .... West Orange, N. J. A.B.. Psi chotogi Adelphian; Dean ' s List (3): Honor Roll (3): Junior Advisor (3 ; Tau I ' si Omega (3. 4), President (4); Proctor (1); Hall Board (I, 4); Psychol- ogy Club (3, 4): Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (4). ' a uncina in ine tL =JJ)am " Dancing in the Dark " . . . coupled bluf silhouettes . . . soft lights, soft music . . . Nancy ' s lyric voice . . . white and ivy covered cohimns . . . Emma Lou and white chrysanthe- mum bouquets . . . swirling pastels and bared shoulders . . . white ties and tails . . . lime ice cream in bubbling ginger ale . . . singing voices at open house . . . sweet good nights — all these memories of our Senior Formal will be with us for many years to come. Dorothy DeLeon Ennis Greensboro A.B., Psijchoiogij Alctlieian; Town Students Organization (1, 2. -i. i) : I ' sycliology Clulj (3, I). President (I). Norma Li;n Eskev Roanoke, Va. B S., Mmii- Dikcan: Dean ' s List (3); Honor Roll (1, 3); Young Composers Club (3, 4). President (4): Proctor (4): Orcliestra (I. 2. 3, 4); Theater Orches- tra (1. 2, 3. 4); Arts Forum Committee (4); Faculty-Student Curriculum Committee (4). HtLEN Fales Wilmington A.B., Chcmtstrij Adelphian; Meredith College (I); Chemistry Club (3. 4); Junior Advisor (3); Medical Technologists Club (3. 4); Physics Club (3, 41. Alice Virginia Farmer Wilmington .I.S., Grammar Itrailr Erliaali.t,, . delphian: Vice-President Student Goverrunent (4); Legislature (2. 3. 4); .lunior House President (3); Westminister Fellowship (2); Daisy Chain (2) ; Dean ' s List (3. 4) ; Education Club (3. 4) : Outstanding Senior (4) ; Who ' s Who (3); Y.W.C.A. (1. • . 3. 4). President (11. Vice-President (2): Proctor (U; Soi-ial Committee (1); Dance Committee (1). Time out for chatter. -llminm — tho Carolinians are simply groovy! " 53 Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Mariha Murray Faulconcr Kathryn EvangpHnc Fergu Ellen F. Fisher Mary Fondrrn Elizabrlh Tharni- ForrosI Harricttc Anne Fox Ma ■ Fox Mildnd Rogers Freeland Mary Rulh Fryar Leonora Brunson Fulp Anne MrArthur Caddis Terese Ann Callignn Third Bon ; Dorothy Gene Garner Lula MeCraw Gay Janet Louise Gibson Annie Laurie Gilbert Marvin Rulh Cillis Evelyn Elizabeth Glenn l uP njL7 t£eze u Martha Murray Faulconer Greensboro B.S., Secreiarial Administration Kathryn Evangeline Ferguson . B.S., Dislrihulive Ktlinutiun Weaverville Ellen F. Fisher Clinton A.B., Biology Cornelian; Chemistry (1, 2, 3, 4); Church Council (4); Deans List (3); Junior Advisor (S) ■ Medical Technologists Club (3. 4), ■ioc-President (4) ; Square Dance. Secretarj ' -Treasurer (2) : Proctor (1) ; Hall Board (8, 4). Mary Fondren Greensboro B.S.. Distributive Eduration Dikean: Gamma Alpha (3. 4); Square Circle (1): Town Students Organi- zation (1, 2, 3. 4). Social Committee (3, 4). Dance Committee (2. 3, 4); Sen-ice League (4); Election Committee (3). Elizabeth Thorne Forrest Greenville AM.. EiiijUsh Artclphian; Caro(inia7i (1); Dean ' s List (3, 4): Education Club (»); Honor Roll (3); International Relations (2); Square Circle (2); V.W.C.A. (1, 2); Proctor C2, 3). Harriette Anne Fox Greensboro A.B., Chemistrij Cornelian; Darlinettes (1. 2. 3. 4); Chemistry Club (3. 41; Town Students Organization (1, 2); Hall Social Chairman (3); Symphony Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 4). ' X Mary Jane Fox Roxboro A.B.. nrummnr (irmle EiJiiriilion Adelphian; Bolany Club (li) : Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (3, 4), Publicity Cliairman (4); V. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). Cabinet (4); Proctor (1); Life Saving (3). Mildred Rogers Freeland Greensboro A.B.. SnciolofiiJ Alcllieian: Sociology Club (3, 4i: Town Stuilenis Organization (1. 2. 3, 4). Marv Ruth Frvar Summerfield A.B., History Aletheian; Botany Club (3. 4); Town Students Organization (1, 2). Leonora Brunson Fulp Charlotte B.S., Srrrrlarial Ailmiliiglraliiin Corneliiin. Marshal (4); Daisy (bain (2); (laninia Alpha (3. I): Junior Advisor (3); May Court (I): Y.W.C.A. (4); Hall Social Chalrmun (3); Dance Chairman (3). Anni: McArthiir Gaddis Grifton .!.«.. Kiiiltixli Alcllician; Cla siial Club (2. 3. U; Masiiucraders (1); Playlikers (2. 3, 4): SMUare Dance (2. 3). Vice-President (3): SwinnninR (2). TiRESE Ann Galligan Woodmere, N. Y. (,S.. „m.- Kr,,m,i,iirs Alctlician; CunilhiUin (21; Cbcinistry Club (2. 3. II: Home Economics Club (1. 2, 3, 4): V.W.C.A. (3. 41; Pnntor (1). Dorothy Gene Garner Newport .1. ;.. HurwIiHJII Dikean; Medical Technologists Club (3); Sociology Club (4); .oology Field Club (I). LULA McCraw Gay Warrenton B.S., Srrnldriiil A(lministriiti iii Adclpliiaii: Legislature (1); Choir (I. 2. 3, H; Canuna Alpha (3. 4); Dance Committee (H; Freslinian Commission (1). Janet Louise Gibson Ridgewood, N. J. B.S.. PJiilsirnl KiliimlKiii Alctliciiin; I.cgi lMhin- (31; Dance Group (2. 3. 4). President (4); Dean ' s li.l ■■; : lidliiliiii S.;d Club (2. 3. 4). Secretary (2): Playlikers (4); H.ri,;ii ,„irn (1, 2. 3. 4), ' Vice-President (3): Y. ' ft ' .C.A. (1): (,iin|i ( (.uii-chi!- I InI, (2. 3): Camp Committee (2. 3. 4); Gymnastics 12, :i. ij; UchI cv iJ. 3. 4); Life Saving (1. 2); Speedball (2. 3): Swim- ming (1. 2, 3); Tennis (2, 3, 4); Volley Ball (2); Basketball (2, 3, 4): Softball (1. 2. 3, 4); Modern Dance (4); Golf (3): Officials Club (3, 4). Annie Laurie Gilbert Miami, Fla. U.S.. Hiinliirial Atliiuiii.-ilratic,, Dikean: University of Miami (1. 2): fJannna Alpha (3. 4); Junior Advisor (4). Marvin Ruth Gillis Cameron fi.S., Home Ermiomira Ailclplilan: Education Club (4): Botany Club (4): Home Economics Club II. 2. 3. 11 : Recreation Association (2, 3); Siiuare Dance (2. 3); V.W.C.. . (1, 2. 3. 4): Basketball (2. 3). Evelyn Elizabeth Glenn Greenville «..S.. Hiimr Erinmwirs Aletheian: Home Economics Club (3. 41; Hockey (3). Senior Class of 1947 First Roui: Florence Virgin! Glenn Jean Lavinder Glenn Margaret Bloodworlh Gle Mary Webb Graham Dorothy Dare Cray Mildred Belle Cray Second Row: Ruth Ann Gray Myrtle Dean Graybeal Phyllis Green Betty Wallace Meeker Mary Marjorir Hallniat Anne Julian llamillon ThirJ Rou: Jane Roberts Harrell Mary Ellen Harrell Ruth Harrell Nrlla Gamble Harris Helen Hart Patricia West Harvey = 7 P ma. ?teiue i4 Florence Virginia Glenn Henderson A.B.. Grammar Grade Education Cornelian. Social Chairman (31: Hall Board (3); Chemistrv Club (2, 3); Church Council (31; Deans List (3): Education Club (3. 41; Honor Roll (3): Y.W.C.A. (1, 3. 4); Social Committee (2). Jean Lavinder Glenn Greensboro B.S.. Secretarial Administration Adelphian; Gamma Alpha (3, 4); Town Students Organization (1, 2. 3. 4). Dance Chairman (4), Dance Committee (3, 4), Handboolt Committee (4). Judicial Board (1). Margaret Bloodworth Glenn A.B., Art Winston-Salem Art Club (3. 4); Botany Club (2, 3); Town Students Or tion (1. 31; y.W.C.A. (3); Proctor (2). Mary Webb Graham Oxford AM., Englisli Dikean: Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (3. 4); Playlikers (2. 3); Life Saving (1); International Relations (3. 4). Dorothy Dare Gray Rocky Mount A.B., French Aletlieian; Deans List (3); Honor Roll (3); International Relations (3. 4); Tau Psi Omega (4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Proctor (1); Social Com- mittee (1). Mildred Belle Gray Greensboro E.S,, Home Economics Adelpliian; nre iird College (1. 2); Home Economics Club (3): Town Students Organization (3, 4). Yfp r RuiH Ann Gray Raleigh A.B.. Art Cornelian; Archery Club (1); Art Cluh (3. 4); Church Council (3. 4): Dean ' s List {3, 4); International Relations (2, 3, 4): Recreation Associa- tion (li; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4); I ' roctor (1): Hall Social Chairman (3); Social Committee (2); Senice League (4). West Jefferson Myrtle Dean Graybeal .... B.S., Home Economics Dikean; C-hemistry Club (2. 3. 4); Education Club (3. 4); Home Economics Club (1. 2, 3. 4); International Relations (1, 2. 3. 4); Masqueraders (2. 3. 4); Playlikers (1. 2. 3. 4); Recreation Association (1, 2. 3): Square Dance (2. 3); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4): Service League (2). Phyllis Green Trenton, N. J. A.B., Sociotogif Aletheian; LegLslature (4); Hall Board (3); . lpha Kappa Delta (4); Honor Roll (I): Interfaith Council (4); Sociology Club (3, 4): Social Committee (3); Service League (2. 3). Bi TiY Wallace Hacker Stanley W..S., Servftarial Arlminislration Ail. ' Ipliian. Marshal (4): Archery Club (1. 21; Dean ' s List (4); Gamma Aljiha l. ' l. I) ; llonor Roll 14); Y.W.C.A. (3, ii; Proctor (1, 2). Maici ' Marjorie: Hallman Hickory «..S ' ., Scnrlariiil Ailmiiii»lratiun (cinulian; (lamina Alpha (3. t) : Recreation Association (4); Y.W.C.A. (2. 3): I ' nxlor (3): Service League (4): Volley Ball (4). Anne Julian Hamilton Sali.sbury H.fi.. I ' la sUal Kiluration .Metlinian. Marshal Ml; Freshman Commission; Class Vice-President (2k ( li.-mistrv Cliih i-l ; Daisy Chain (2); Dance (Irmip (2. 3, 4); Honor Roll -• ' ; .III 1 .his,,T 1.1); Recreation Associalion (i, 2, 3, 4); Proctor - ' . I : I II ..iiiiv. ' lors Club (3): Dane- Cuiiirnillce (2. 3); Service li i -ii. ' - " , (.Miiiii.li.-s (1. 2. 3. 4); llii.k. ' y (1. 2. 3. 4); Life Saving I- ' . :!■; |..-,ill,,i)l ij. .1,; Swimming (3); Haskctliall (1, 2, 3. 4); Soft- hall (3. 4). Jane Roberts Harrell Marshville «..S., ftrrri-tarini Admimslrntum Dikoin; Church Council (2. 31: Gamma Alpii:i (3. t); Honor Roll (1. 2. 3); .lunior Advisor (3); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4); Proctor (2. 3); Dean ' s List (3). Mar-i- Ellen Harrell Elkin A.B.. f;,„ ' i„l,,„i, Adelphian; Legis ' ature (11: 11. " . t- n -|..ii ::. )); Church Council (1, 2. 3, 4): Home Economics Clul n. : I . i: .■ ..nal Relations (3); Sociology Cluh (3. 4); Tow)) .Students (ii-,i. : i ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Cabinet (1); Ililll S.i.iil I h.iiniiaii (4). Ruth Harrell Murfreesboro B.S., Home Economics Aletheian: Home Economics Club (1, 2. 3. 4). Proctor (3). Nella Gamble Harris Statesville K..S.. Hrrrrtnrinl AdmiiustriiUun Cornelian: Mitchell College (1. 2); C;;irnma Alpha (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). Helen Hart Mooresville B.a., Home Kciinmics Ailclpliiaii: Westminister Fellowship (4): H " )ne Economics Club (2, 3. 4); S.iuaic D:iiiiv CI, 11 ; Y.W.C.A. (3. li; Volley Ball (4); Basketball (3). Patricia West Harvey Blackstone, Va. B.fi.. f::tnlaiinl Arlmiiiistrritinn Aletlieian, Marshal (1): (la)nma Alpha (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. {I, 1); Proctor (1). Senior Class of 1947 FirU Rouj: Geraldyne Haynes Jnanita Krsl.r Hei Ana Prarl Hiatt Jocelyn Hill Nancy Elva Hill Second Rou : Mary Little Hipp Mary Ellin Hodgin Dorothy Louise Holbii Margaret Linvllle Holl Dorothy Kennedy Hon Jean Campbell Hoo e Third Row: Lucy Bell Home Helen Ann Hovis Jane Elisabeth Howard Jewel Selena Howard Mary Lois Howard Naney Hasseltine Howell lkzP fU?t£JliMl Geraldyne Haynes Welcome B.S., Secretarial Administratum JuANiTA Kesler Henrv Salisbuf) ' A.B., Sociology Adelphian: Sociolnsy Club (3. i) : Y.W.C.A. (4); Prmtor (3): Hall Arta Pearl Hiatt High Point A.B., Prinmril Education Cornelian. Marshal (4); Botany Club (2. 3); Clogging Club (2. 3); Daisy Chain (2); Education Club (3, 4); May Court (4): Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4): Proctor (1); Dance Chairman (3). JocELYN Hill Charlotte A,B., Spanish Dikean; Oogging Club (2, 3); Church Council (2. 3): Daisy Chain (2): Dean ' s List (3. 4); Education Club (4); Sigma Delta Pi (2, 3, 4); Square Circle (H; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). Cabinet (2. 3. 41: Proctor (1); Service League (4). Nancy Elva Hill Reidsville B..S., Secretarial Administration Cornelian: Carolinian (l. 2), Exchange Manager (2): Weslev Foundation (3. 4), Vice-President (1); Education Club (4): Gamma Alpha (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4); Social Committee (3): Dance Committee (3): Tennis (3): Softball (21. Helen Louise Hinshaw Winston-Salem A.B., Primary Education Cornelian; Freshman Commission (1); Cliemistry Club (2, 3): Wesley Foundation (2, 3) ; Dean ' s List (8, 4) ; Education Club (3. 4), President (4); Junior Advisor (3): Recreation .Association (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). Vice-President (4). Secretary (2). President (1). Cabinet (2, 3. 4): Gymnastics (I. 4): Life Saving (3): Swimming (1. 2, 8. 4). ff9 7 Marv Little Hipp Spartanburg, S. C. A.B., Art Alctheian: Stepliens ColleKe (l, 2); Archery Club (3. 4), President (4); Art Club (3, 4); DoIphin-Seal Club (3. 4) ; Junior Advisor (4): Recreation Association (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Proctor (8); Archery (1, 2. 3, 4); Hockey (I. 2. 4); Life Savinu (2); Swimming (I. 2. 3, 4); Volley Ball (1. 2, 3); Basketball (1, 2, 3); Softball (1. 2, 3). Mary Ellen Hodgin Greensboro A .B., Sociologi Aletheian; Coraddi (2, 3), Business Manager (3); Band (4); Choir (1. 2. 3, 4); Westminister Fellowship (2, 3, 4), President (4); Dance Group (2)- Dean ' s List (4) ; Recreation Association (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Sociology Club (3, 4) Square Circle (2, 3) ; Proctor (1.3); Hall Board (4) ; Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4) Softball (1. 3). Dorothy Louise Holbert Horse Shoe A.3.. Education Cornelian; Western Carolina Teachers ' College CD; Education Club (2); Square Dance (2); Square Circle (1); Basketball (2). Margakli Linvilli; Holt Goldsboro AM.. Uriimmur Qrudi: Kdurnliun Adclpliliin; House Presltlont (4); Lcglslnturc (1); Hall Hoard (2); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3); Kducation Club (3, 4); Proctor (1, 2); Dunce Committee (3). DoRoiHY KiNNEDY HoNEYCUTT .... Grecnsboro A.B., Sociolofjij A.li-lphiari; Louisluirg College (1. 2); Kducalion Club (4); Recreation Association (3); Square Dance (3); Sociology Club (3, 4); Town Students Organization (Ij ; Y.W.C.A. (8); Swimming (3). Jean Campbell Hoover Raleigh H.H.. Hnmc Kmnomirs Dikean; Dean ' s List (3); Ilium- Iv nnoinics Club (1. 2. .1. 4); International Relations (4); Physics Cluli (U; Sc|uarc Dance (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4): Proctor (4); Lutheran Studcnls- Assci,iation (1. 2. 3. 4); Home Economics Curriculum Committee (3, f). Lucy Bell Horne Wilmington B.S,, Home Economics Adelphian. Marshal (4); Chemistry Club (1); Choir (1. 2. 3); Dean ' s List 131; Home Economics Club (1, 2. 3. 4). Treasurer (2): Junior Advisor (3); Y.W.C.. . (3. II; Social Committee (3): Adelphian Dance Committee i- ' l : Junior Dance Commiltee (3) ; Election Committee (3) ; Life Saving (2). Helen Ann Hovis Charlotte ' ..S„ Humii Economics Ciiincii.iii; Daisy Cliain (2); Home Economics Club (2. 3. 1): Proclor (2); Service League (3). Jane Elisabeth Howard Fayetteville B.S., Home Economics Dikean: Clicmistry Cluli (3. 4); Home Economics Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Square l):im-c (2): Y.W.C.A. (I. 2). Jewel Selena Howard Wilkesboro B.S., Secretaiiot Adminislnilion Adelphian; Gamma Alpha 13. 41; Square Dance (2, :ir. Proctor (2). Mary Lois Howard Columbia, S. C. B.S., Home Economics Aletheian; College Social Chairman (4); Legislature (4); Baptist Student Council (2); Home Economics Club (2. 3. 4). Treasurer (2); Recreation Association (2. 3, 4); Proctor (I); Service League (2); Basketball (2); Softball (1. 2. 3;. Nancy Hasseltine Howell Troy B..S ' ., ffccrclorial Administrntinn Dikean; Gamma Alpha (3, 4). Senior Class of 1947 First Roto: Betty J. Hoyle Dorothy Jane Hubbard Ellen Cecelia Hudson Betty Lou Hufiinca Helen Cornelia Huffino Eleanor Robinson HuHn Second Row: Marion Malone HunK Mary Palmer Hunter Marie Hurlocker Leiitia Wilmot Hutto Ruth Carollyn Hyatt Jane Corgile Irvin Third Rou,: Mary Gaston Irvin Jane Parker Islcy Maiha Estelle Ivey Lillian Covington Ja Geraldine Jarman Constance M. Jason ■J 1. » mnmn l uP TUoMu Betty J. Hoyle B.S., Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Gamma Alpha (3, -I). Shelby Dorothy Jane Hubbard Charlotte B.S.. Dislrilmtive Edvvation Cornelian; Sisima Alpha {3. 4), Secretary (4); Dean ' s List (3); Gamma Alpha (3, 4); Honor Roll (3): Physics Club (1): Recreation Association (2, 3); Square Dance (2, 3); V.W.C.A. (4). Betty Lou Huffines Lenoir B.S., Secretarial Administratimi Cornelian. Vice-President (4) ; Class Vice-President (4) : Pine XcedUs (3, 4), Business Manager (3), Secretary (4); Sigma Alpha (3. 4), Vice- President (4); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Gamma Alpha (3. 4): Honor Roll (1, 2. 3) ; Junior Advisor (3) ; May Court (4) : Who ' s Who (3) : Sophomore Jacket Chairman (2); Judicial Board (3); Points Committee (4), Chairman (4); Dance Committee (3). Helen Cornelia Huffines A.H.. Grammar Grade Edueaii: Alcllician; Montreat College (1. Gibsonville Ellen Cecelia Hudson Salisbury A.B., Grammar Grade Edncation Aletheian; Band (1); Dance Group (2. 3); Education Club (3, 4); Recrea- tion Association (l, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (l); Proctor (1); Orchestra (1, 2. 3, 4); Theater Orchestra (1, 2. 4); Lutheran Students ' Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (1); Swimming (1); Tennis (1, 2, 3); Basketball (2, 3). Eleanor Robinson Huffman Morganton A.B., Art Dikcan; Art Club (3. 4i: Chemistry Club (1, 2); International Relations (3); Junior Advisor (3); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Marion Malone Hunter Charlotte A.B.. Prima III Eriiimlimi Dikean: Carolininn (1); Education Club (4); Recreation Association (3); Gymnastics (1); Life Saving (3). Mar-1- Palmer Hunter Wilmington A.B., Primarij Education Adclpliian; Botany Clulj (4); Church Council (3): Dean ' s List (3); Eriuca- lion Club (3. 4); Square Dance (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). Marie Hurlocker Albemarle BJ5.. Music Cornelian; Choir (1. • . 3. 4). Librarian (3) ; Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Glee Club (I, 3); Young Composers Club (4): Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4): Proctor (3); Music Education Clul) (1, 2. 3, 4). Letitia Wn.Mor Hutton Hickory A.B., Art KIc-.lMiii (■ niitlii ' 12); Arl Club (3, 4), Vice rresiilent (4); Hand (2); I ' laylikcrs (3). Riirii OuoLi.VN Hyatt Bryson City U.S.. Hnmr Krimmnici, Dikean; I ' ine. Needles (2): Education Club (4): Home Economics Club (2. 3. 4); Recreation Association (1. 2): Square Dance (2); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4): SwimmlnK (2); .Softball (I). Jani; Cargii.e Irvin Charlotte U.S., Hume Kcmmuics Cornelian; Legislature (3): Chemistry Club (2); Dni. y Chain (2): Home Economics Club (2. 3, 4): Junior Advisor (3); Who ' s Who (3): Proctor (2); Life Saving (1). Mar-i ' Ga.ston Irvin Charlotte .4.H., Hpttnish Dikean. Vice-President (I); Judicial Board (4); Class Secretary (2); Class President (3) ; Daisy Chain (2) ; Dean ' s List (3. 4) ; Home Economics Club (2); Outstanding Senior (4); Square Circle (1); Who ' s Who (3); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3); StuilcntKacultv Reviewing Committee (4); II.all Board (S). JANi-: Parker Isley Raleigh B.S., Sicnttniiil .idiiiiiiislmliuii Adeiphian; Cnroliiiian. Busine.ss Staff (2); Pine Needles (4); Meredith College (1); Dai.sy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (4): Gamma Alpha (3. 4). Vice- Presiden t (4): Y.W.C.A. (2, 4); Service League, Hall Leader (4). Martha Esti-lle Ivey Albemarle A.R., Mnlliriiiiilirs Dikean; House President (3); Judicial Board (4); Banner Bearer (1): .Archery Club (2. 3): Wesley Foundation Council (1. 2, 4); Education Club (4); Pliysics Club (2); Square Circle (1. 2. 3. 4); Proctor (1); Camp Ccinnnittce (3. 4); Dance Committee (2); Service League (1, 2), Hall I.eadei 2): Life Saving (1). Lillian Covington James Laurinburg A.B., fli,rii,l„;,i, Aletheian. Treasurer (3). Marshal (4); Pine Needles (2); Carolinian, Business Staff (3) : Westminister Fellowship (2. 3) : Daisy Chain (2) ; Dean ' s List (3); Junior Advisor (8); Sociology Club (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. {1. 2. 3. 1). Geraldine Jarman Richlands A B., Nistory Cornelian: Cnrolinian. Circulation Manager (4); Intcr[ialional Relations (3); Playlikers (3, 4); Proctor (3). Constance M. Jason New Bedford, Mass. A.B., Soriolof i Dikean; Sociology Clul) (4). First Row: Mary Elizabeth Jobe lalren Geneva Johnson Rachel Waddell Johnson Anna Jonea Elizabeth Ann Jones Georgians Jones Second Rote; Kathcrine Jones Marjorie Muriel Jones Rebecea Jones Lillian Franees Jor.la Martha Jane Jutner Eleanor Ora Kaliin Third Row: Jean Taylor Keiger Katherine Redmond Kell.- Margaret Jewell Kelly Frances Johnson Kennedy Dixie Holeman King l uiPi 7 t££Mu Mary Elizabeth Jobe Raleigh A.B., Art Adelphian; Carolinian (3, 4); Coraddi (4); Art Club (3, 4); Dean ' s List (4); Service League (3); Arts F ' oruni Committee (3, 4). Ialeen Geneva Johnson Hickory B.S., Home Economics Dikean; House President (4); Legislature (4); Carolinian, Exchange Manager (2. 3); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3, 4): Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Junior Advisor (3); Y.W.C.A. (1). Vice-President (1): Hall Social Chairman (3); Dance Committee (2): Service League (2): Hall Board (1): Student Faculty Curriculum Committee (3); Lutheran Student Association (1. 2. 3. 4). Treasurer (2). Rachel Waddell Johnson Greensboro A.B; Sociology Aletheian, Vice-President (4). Marshal (3); Class Cheerleader (4); May Court (4); Recreation Assirciation (3); Sociology Club (2, 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2): Social Committee (3); Dance Committee (1): S t ' ice League. Hall Leader (2); Golf (2). Anna Jones Greensboro BjS., Music Cornelian: Town Students Organization (1. 2. 3, 4); Music Education Club (2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2. 3. 4). Elizabeth Ann Jones Hendersonville B.S., Secretarial Administration l)il«-ari; Camma Alpha (3. 4); Recreation Associatii n (2): Y.W.C.A. (2, 3. 4): Dance Committee (4); Tennis (2). Georgiana Jones Eureka A.B., Biology . letheian; Cliemistry Club (3. 4); Interfaith Council (4); Medical Tech- nologists Club (3. 4), Council (4): Recreation Association (1. 2. 3, 4); Basketball (1. 2, 3, 4). of 9 7 = Katherine Jones Lenoir Marjorie Muriel Jones Melrose, Mass. A,B., Psycholorjij Cornelian; Pine Neclles (4): ClogKing Club (2. 3): Home Kiononiics Club (2): Recreation Association (2. ;J): V.W.C.A. (tj: Proctor (1); Psycliology Club (3. 4). Rebecca Jones Wadesboro S.S.. Secretarial Ailminislralion Adelphian; Cornddi. Excliange Editor (4); Sigma Alpha (3. 4). Treasurer (4): Dean ' s List (3. t) ; (iamma Alpha (3. 4); Honor Roll (I. 3); Square Circle CI). 1,11. I.IAN I ' HANcr.s Jordan Carolina Beach U.S., Home Knmmnirs A.li ' lplil.in: Cliunli Council (2. 4); Dciiu ' h List (3); Home Kconomiui Chih II. 2. .■). II ; .luTiior Advi.sor (3); Y.W.C.. . (I, 2. 3. 4). Cabinet (2. 3, 4); Honor Roll (li. Martha Jam; Joiner Winston-Salem A.I!.. Art Ccuncliaji; Art Club CI. H; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). Em ANOR Ora Katzin Winston-Salem A.li.. Fitijrholofjy . l c.|lii ' iaii; llciins l.isi (1); lau I ' si OmcKa (3. I); lown .Sluileiils OrKani- zalion (1); llillel (1, 2. ::. 1), Treasurer (3); I ' sycliolOKy Club (4). Jean Ta-ilor Keicf.r Charlotte AH.. Cnniniiftr lirnde ■•fl,iri,li,„i Dik.M!. -■ Pi. -1.1. lit 1.1 , l,i.-i,l,il :i.; (l:,- TrcuMirer (2); W.-l. I ..I .■ I , , . ; I J I I I ,., i-.i., -r nniiMilttc (I); 11-, I- I , : .1 I III. . ' ■ ■. I li.i. ; I.; Miiniir Roll II,. ' :; .-i n,,i 11,11,1 I ' l J :i I : .|ii n .■ c i n !,■ il -• , ; Who ' s Who ( 3) : V.W.( ,. . II. 1. :i. II. I iil)irict (2i: Nicial lomnnltec il); Ua:ice Com- mittee (1); Service Leasue. Hall Leader III; Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (4). Katherine Redmond Kellev . . . Washington, D. C. A.B., Siiriulnijij Dikcan. Secretary (2), Marshal (31; Hall Boaril (21: Dean List (3); Sociology Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A, (1, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4); Dance Committee (1). Margaret Jewell Kelly Hamlet B.S., PhijsimI Eduration Cornelian; Winthrop College (1); Botany Club (2): Chemistry Club (2, 3. 4); Recreation Association (2. 3. 4); Square Dance (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Camp Counselors Club (4); Gymnastics (3): Hockey (3); Speertball (3, 4); Basketball (1. 2. 3. 4); Softball (3. 4). Frances Johnson Kennedy Wilkesboro A.B., Psyehology Alethcian; Church Council (2. 3); Daisy Chain (2); V.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3); Psychology Club (3, 4). Frances Kiger . Rural Hall B.S., Home Kcnioinies Alelheian; Brevard College (L 2); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Basket- ball (3. 4). Dixie Holeman King Raleigh A.B., History Aletheian ; Hall Board (3, 4) ; Pine Xeedles (3, 4) ; Carolinian, Columnist (4); Daisy Chain (2); Recreation Association (2, 4); Service League (2); Chapel Committee (4); Baccalaureate Committee Chairman (4); Bad- minton (2). 63 ♦ Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Kaylcc Ceil Kinlax Hrlrn Miller Klass Helen Cceille Koln Jean Geddie Kooni Second Row: Mary Lie Lamlierl Marv P. Lamm Marie Robertson La Sara Elizabeth Layt. T iirrfRoir: Miriam Leab (;rrlrude MarFarlanil Leilde Mary Betty Lei|:h Elizabeth Reaves Leonard o 7 2 P TteeMu Kavtee Ceil Kinlaw White Oak B.S., Physical Education Adelphian; Dance Group (1, 2): Recreation Association (1. 2, 3, 4): Square Dance (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (I. 2. 3. 4): Camp Counselors Club (3); I ' roctor (1); Officials Club (3); Arcberv (2); Gymnastics (1, 2. 3, 4). Varsity (3): Hockey (1. 3. 4); Life Saving (1. 4): Soccer (1. 2. 3): Speed- ball (1, 4): Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis (3); Volley Ball (1. 2, 3. 4): Basketball (1. 2. 3. 4); Softball (1, 2. 3, 4). Helen Miller Klassett Hickory B.S., Secretarial AdminiMration Aletlieian: Carolinian, Exchange Manager (3. 4): Education Club (4); Gamma Alpha (3. 4); Interfaith Council (4); V.W.C.A. (1, 2); Proctor (1); Lutheran Students ' Association (3, I). President (4), Vice-Presi- dent (3). Helen Cecille Kolman Pittsfield, Mass. A.B.. Sociology Adelphian; President of Inter-Faith Council (4); Alpha Kappa Delta (4), Vice-President (4); Dean ' s List (3): Education Club (4); Sociology Club (3, 4); Proctor (1): Social Committee (2. 4); Service League (3): Post War Actions Committee (4); College Social Planning Committee (4); Pre-School Conference (4); Southern Conference Association (4); Inter- racial Commission (4); Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3). Jean Geddie Koonce Fair Bluff A.B., English Aletlieian; Botany Club (S) : Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (4); Honor Roll (3) ; Square Dance (2) ; V. ' W.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Proctor (4) ; Service League (3). Marv Lee Lambert Ramseur if.S., Secretarial Admiitistration DIkciUi; Church Council (41 : Dean ' s List (3); Oaniiiia Alpha (3. 4); Honor Roll (3): Y.W.C.A. (1). Mary P. Lamm Rocky Mount A.B., Sociology Adelphian; Churdi Council (2); Sociology Club (3. 4); Y. ' W.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4j ; Elections Committee (2). Marie Robertson Lattin Danville, Va. A.B.. Economics Cornelian; Juilicial Board (41: Dean ' s List (3, II; Honor Roll (ll; Junior Advisor (3); Square Circle (1); Hall Board (1). Sara Elizabeth Layton High Point A.B.. English Dikean; House President (4); Legislature (4); Points Committee (3); Hall Board (1); Boots n ' Spur (1); Choir (1): Wesley Foundation (3): Daisy Chain (2); Dance Group (1, 2, 3. 4); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Dolphin- Seal Club (3); Education Club (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Junior Ad- visor (3): Quill Club (41; Recreation . ssociation. Cabinet (3); Tau Psi Omega (2. 3, 4); Who ' s Who (3); Y.W.C.A. (2); Proctor (2); Camp Counselors Club (2) ; Dance Committee (4) : Arts Forum Committee (3, 4) ; Gymnastics (2, 3) ; Gym Team (3). »64 Jnere _ r J uck Ilk hinas f Is it true wliat they say about Donnitoi-y Life.- ' ' ' ou bet it is! In this, our " home away from home, " we hang drapes to make the four walls of our abode seem less bare and more like the room back home. Oc- casionally, we apply the mental facilities and do a little studying, and often we congregate in Susie ' s room for an hour or so of relaxa- tion. Oh yes, we NEVER forget to sign out on a white permission slip when we are lucky enough to have a male visitor. And isn ' t it fun to cook and eat spaghetti and meatballs in Winfield ' s kitchen on Friday night. ' ' Miriam Leab Mount Vernon, N. Y. AM., Arl Ailolpliiaii; I nr Xr,.(lles (4); Art Club (3. 1)1 Dance Oroup (1, 2, 3. n. ice riesiiii ' iit (K. Treasurer (3): Dean ' s List (3); Y.W.C.A. (1); Social (iiiinnittcc (.1): Hillcl (1. ■ . 3, 1); Southern Conference Association (4). Gfrtrude MacFarland Ledden Sanford B.S., Secretarial Adtninistration Adolpliian; Wesley Foundation (1); Gamma Alpha (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). Mary Betty Leigh Greensboro B.S.. Musir Dii ean: I ' laylikers (1, 2); Town Students Organization (1, 2. 3,14); Young Composers Club (4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Theater Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Music Education Club (2, 3, 4): Chamber Music Ensemble (2, 3, 4). Elizabeth Reaves Leonard Greensboro -I.B.. Vrimiirii lifhiratiun .Adelphian; Handbook Committee. Business Manager (4); Cnrnlinkin (2, 3. 4); Westminister Fellowship (1. 2, 3); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Education Club (3. 4), Vice-President (4); Recreation Association (1); Town Stu- dents Organization (I, 3); Service League (4); Hockey (1); Life Saving (2); Speedball (1); Basketball (I, 2). ' .7;.. ' Mv Mama Done Tole M f p l%n I " One Mealball " ' I ' m Stepping Out With A Dream " 65 ♦ Senior Class of 1947 Dae a Lewi Ann ice Lur nil Linllii Dor s Cerlrud ■L„ PP Ver Lovin Lau ra Lou sc Luc as Mary Jane Lucas SecunH Rolv : Martha Ray Luiiipkii Belly Carolyn Lundy Mary Joy Lyon Jean Marie McArn Mabel Jean MeArver Julia Palrieia MeBrie Third Ron. : Franees Kenna M. ' Clu Helen MeCormie Ida June MeDowell Susan Koulh MeFady, Flora Belle Melntyre PeBB- Bull. Mel%er =3 = 7Ae Pi TtojuMu Dacia Lewis Greensboro A.B., Art Cornelian; Art Club (3. I); Ilotany Club (2, 3, 4); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Education Club 111; Honor Roll (1. 2); International Relations (4); Junior Advisor (3); Outstanding Senior (4); Who ' s Who (41; V.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). President (4); Dance Committee (3). Annice Lucille Linthicum Hi§h Point A.B., Art Cornelian, Publicity Chairman (4); Art Club (3. 4): Church Council (1); Dance Committee (3); Volley Ball (4). Doris Gertrude Lopp Lexington A.B., Hociotofjy Dikean; Sociology Club (3, 4); V.W.C.A. (4); Proctor (4). Vera Lovins Lenoir A.B., Latin Alctbeian; Classical Club (1. 2. 3, 4), Treasurer (3); Baptist Student Union Cimncil (2. 3. 4). President (4); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Education Club (4); Honor Roll (i. 2. 3); Interfaith Council (2, 3. 4): Junior Advisor (3): V.W.C.. . (4); Proctor (2): Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (4); Hall Board (3). Laura Louise Lucas Lucama B.S.. Home Economics Adelphian; Carolinian (3); Archery Club (2. 3. 4); Education Club (4); Home Economics Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Masqueraders (3. 4); Playlikers (3. 4); Square Dance (4); V.W.C.A. (4); Service League (3); Basketball (1. 2). Mary Jane Lucas Roanoke, Va. A.B.. Music Alctbeian; Hall Board (3. 4); Choir (1. 2. 3. 4); Glee Club (1); Young Composers C lub (4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Proctor (2. 3); Music Educa- tion Club (2. 3, 4). an Martha Rav Lumpkin Raleigh A.B.. Chemislrn rorneliaii; Chemistry Cluh (2, 3. I); Dolpliin-Seal Club (2. 3, i) : Medical I ' echnolosists Club (3, 4): Recreation Association (1. 2, 3, I); Proctor (1): Camp Coinniittee (3. 4); Gymnastics («) : Life Saving (2); Swimming (1. 2. 3. 4); Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). Betty Carolyn Lundy Durham A.B., Chemistiii Adelpbian, Treasurer (2); Judicial Board (4); Cnn,lhiinn 12. 3i; Chemistry Club (3, 41 ; Home Economics Club (1. 2): Y.W.C.A. (1): Proctor (2); Hall Board (11; Darlincttes (2, 3. 4). Mary Jo-i ' Lyon AsheviUe B.S., ursinri Aletheian: Veterans Club (4). Ji;an Mahii; MiAkn Laurinburg .!.»., Art Adclpliian: Cnniilili In: Art Club (3. 4): DuliililnSeal Club (3. 41: In- tcrrjational liclatimis (3. li; Kccreatlon Association (1, 3): Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. Il; Churi ' h Council lli: .SwIniniliiK I3I: llasketball (1). Mabel Jean McArver Gastonia H.S., Sfrri-ttiritil AfhninitilratiitH Dikcan; Church Council 13. 4). .Secretary (4): Dean ' s 1.1st (3. 41; Ca a Al]iha (3, 4l; Kcircali.jii . vso.ialioii (l. 2. 3. ll; S.|narc Uance (1. 2. 3, II ; V.W.C.A. ri, li: Pliiclni il, 2i; lliilMir ll ill III. Julia Pairk ia M( Brien . . . Rio de Janeiro, Brazil «..S., Horn, ' l-:r„iioniirx Aldhciaii; Mall lliiar.l (1. 2. 31: Chemistry Club (1. 2, ; Dean ' s List 13. li; Honor Roll 11. 21; International Kclations 111: (Iniicron Nu (;i. II. President (41; Proctor 111. Frances Kenna McClure Aslieville U.S.. Himw Kimiuiiim Dikciin; LCKislature ;3I; Clioir II. 2. 3. 11; Dean ' s List (H; Home Kccjiiomics Club (3. 11. .State President (11; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. I). Helen McCormic Rowland A.B.. Fmirh Alctlician; Botany Club (3, 41: Education Club (3. 41; International Relations (3. li; Recreation Association (2. 31: Y.W.C.A. 12. 3. 4); Proctor (1); Service League (2). Ida June McDowell Duncan, S. C. A.H.. Chcmistril .Kclclphian; Suniiner School House President (31; Chemistry Club (2. 3. 4): Proctor (21. Susan Routh McFadyen Greensboro .i.B., Biology Adelphian; Clieinistrv Club (1. 2. 3. 41; Dean ' s List (3): Town Students (Irsanization (1. 2. 3. I); Zoology Field Club. Secretarj ' -Treasurer (4). Flora Belle McIntyre Laurinburg .J.B., Primarij Ethirntlmi Aletliciiin; Archery Cluh (2. 31; Education Club (II: Himie Economics Club (1.. 21; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 41. Pegg ' Ruth McIver Wilmington £f.S., Music Dikean; Choir IL 2. 3. I); Junior Advisor (3): Young Composers Club 13. II ; Music Education Club (3. 4). Pre. .dent (4). Secretary (31; Social Committee (4). 67 Senior Class of 1947 First Rote: Virginia McKinnon Mary Liles McLaurin Julia Ann McLran Clyde Mareueril.- McLood Charlrnc York Malone Franrrs Hadliy Mann Mary Farthing Ma: Mary Edna Mathrs Carolyn Josrphinr Ma Thiril Rnu : Mary Elizabeth May Josephine Medlork Kalherine Medloek Irene White Me. kin . Graha I MeK llmP njiT ' tiuMiU VmciNiA McKiNNON WaJesboro A.B.. English Cornelian: CaroUnian (I. 2, 3). Assoi-iate Editor (2. 3); Corndrli (3. 4). Editor (4): Pine Xeerilfs, Literary Editor (4); Dean ' s List (31: Honor Roll (I); guill Club (2. 3, 4 : Arts Forum Committee (3. 4); Basketball (1. 2. 3). Marv LiLES McLaurin Laurinburg A.B., Piimaiii Education Dikean: Botany Club (3. 4): Church Council (3): Education Club (4); Recreation Association (4): Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Proctor (II: Service League. Hall Leader (4); Life Saving (4). Julia Ann McLean Winston-Salem A.B.. Sociologt Adelphian; Legislature (3, 4). Elections Board (4): Alpha Kappa Delta (3. 4), President (4): Dean ' s List 13, 4): International Relations (I, 2. 3. 4), Corresponding Secretary (4). Vice-President (3). Program Chair- man (2): Junior Advisor (3): Sociology Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4), Cabinet (3. 4) ; Dance Committee (2) ; Post ' War Action Commission (3. 4) : State Student Legfslature (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3). Clyde Marguerite McLeod Mars Hill A.B.. English Aletheian; Mars Hill College (1. 2); Coraddi (4): Carolinian (4); Choir (3. 41: Church Council (3. 4); Dean ' s List (4); Junior Advisor (4): Quill Club (3. 4): Recreation .Association (3): Proctor (31: Hall Social Chairman (4); Life Saving (3). Ridgewood, N. J. Charlene York Malone . A,B., Psychology Cornelian: Carolinian (2. 3): Dean ' s List (3); Masqueraders (2. 3. 4). Secretary and Treasurer (4): Playlikers (2. 3. 41. Stage Manager (4): Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Psychology Club (3. 4). Treasurer (4). Frances Hadley Mann Albemarle B..S., Home Economics Dikean; Treasurer Student Board (1) : Choir (I. 2) : E 3. 4), President (4): Mas Government (2) : House President (3) ; Hall san ' s List (4) : Home Economics Club (1, 2, Court (4); Who ' s Who (3); Proctor (i). Lb ■W " - ■ ff " Rebecca Anne Marbry Badin B..S., SeinlarinI Arlminislralion Cornelian; Mars Hill Ciillege (1); H ' unter College (2); GaniinH Alplia (1): Junior Advisor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Service League, Hall Leader (3). BtTiv Jean Martin Asheville B..S-., Home Ernnnmirs Dikean; Brevanl College (I, 2); Home Eciuioinies Cluli (3, 1). Mary Farthing Mast Valle Crucis A.B., English Aletheian ; Cnroliiiinn (1. 2, 3) ; Chemistry Club (2. 3) ; Dean ' s List (3. 4) ; Honor Roll (1. 2, 3); Recreation Association (1. 2. 3); Square Dance (2, 3), Secretan ' (3). Mak-i libNA Maiheson Stony Point (.S., HiTrilnriiil .Ulmiiiulralimi Oroi.yn Josephine Mathews Asheville A.B., Sorioloffy Cornelian; I ' m, ' Ni-i ' iIIi-k (I): Kecreation Assucialion (3. 4»; SocIoIobv (lull CI, 41 ; Y.W.C.A. (II: I ' roctor (3); Hall SiK-ial Chairman (1): .Service League (3); Elections Connnittcc (3); Sunniier Schmil House I ' resklcnt (31: Volley Ba ' l (4): llaskethall (II: Softball I4i. I3i ri ' i |ean Matthiw ' S Pilot Mountain H,S„ S,,r,(niinl .l mi il.s(,7i(ir ,i Alctlician; Pini- .V.■.■. ■», Typist (II: Sigma Alpha (3. 41; Baptist Stuilent Union (3. 4), Secretary (4): Dean ' s List (3. 4): Oamina Alpha (■ ' , 1); Honor Roll (2). Maky Elizabeth MA ■ Thomasvillc .!.«.. Mnllumnliis Cornelian; Dean ' s List V.i) : llinior Roll (21; Suuarc Circle (1, 2. 3. 4); Service League (2. 3. I), Treasurer (11; Hall Board (3); Softball (3); EMucatinn Club (4i. Josephine Medloc;k Charlotte .I.B., HiHiiiinb mill rHiiihnii,,!,! Mikcan; Botany Club (3, I); Dean ' s List (3. 4): Honor Roll (I): Junior Advisor (3); Sigma Delta I ' i (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 41. Secretary-Trea.surer (3); Social Committee (1); Chemistry Club (I). Katherine Medlock Charlotte AM., Simiiisl, n,iil l ilfh„l„,i,j Dikean; Botanv Club (3. 4). Secretary-Treasurer (4): Chemistry Club (1); Deans List (3. 1); Honor Roll (1); Junior Advisor (3): Sigma Delta I ' i (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3. 4). Irene White Meekins Washington B..S., Scnctdiidl Ailiiiinisliuliuii Aletheian; Points Committee. (4); Sigma Alpha (3. 41: Oamnia Alpha (3 t): Honor Roll (1. 2. 3); Junior Advisor (3): Dance Commitfee. .Mctheian (3), Junior-Senior (3): Campus Purse Chairman (4); Dean ' s List (31 ; May Day Committee (4). Irene Graham Melvin Fayetteville A.B., Bwloijij Aletheian: Chemistry Club (2. 3. 1); Dean ' s List (3. 1): Medical Tech- nologists Club (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1): Tennis (3). Betty Miller Laurel Springs B.a., Home Economics Adelphian; Mars Hill College (1, 2): Dean ' s List (3): Home Economics Club (3, 4); Square Dance (4); Town Students Organization (3); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). CHARLOTTE Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Mary Louise Mitchell Elizabeth Jane Moon Marie Moore Edith Lorraine Moori. Eleanor Clare Morgan Martha Mar Moring Second Run.: Cora Elizabeth Itlorriso Nell Pharr Morrison Ruth W inkles Moseley Nancy Mulliean Margaret Clark Munro Alice Blair Myrick Third Rou,: Nancy E. Newton Rosalyn A. Nicola Sarah Suzanne No Cla ( li Mildred Barbour June Osborne Mary Louise Mitchell Saluda, S. C. S.S.. Secretariat Administration Adelphian; Dean ' s List (3. t) ; Oamma Alpha (3, 4); Honor Roll (1); Square Circle (1); Freshman Commission (1). Elizabeth Jane Moon Louisburg B.S., Home Eemiomics Cornelian: Louisburg College (1); Choir (1. 2. 3. I): Wesley Fciunilation (3) ; Dean ' s List (4) ; Home Economics Club (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Y.W ' .C.A. (1, 3. 4) ; Dance Conunittee (3); Junior Advisor (3). Marie Moore Southport .-I.E., Grnmmnr Grade Bdliratinn Dikean; Botanv Club (2. 3. 4). Vice-President (4); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Education Cluii (4); Honor Roll (2); Recreation Association (2, 3): y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). Edith Lorraine Mooring Rocky Mount A.B.. Simuish Aletheian; Education Club (4); y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Proctor (1, 4). Eleanor Clare Morgan Greensboro Alcthcinn; Home Ecnnnniics Club (2. 3. 41; Si|uarc Dance (2, 3, 4); Town Students Organization (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Medical Tech- nologi.sts Club (3). Martha Mae Moring Greensboro A.B; Sociology Cornelian. President (4). Treasurer (3); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3); Sociology Club (3. 4); Proctor (1. 2); Camp Committee (4); Dance Committee (2. 3): Service League (3); Social Planning Council (4); Sophomore Day (2). Cora Elizabhth Morrison Asheville A.B., BMnfiii Aletheian; Medical Technologists Club (3. 4). Nell Pharr Morrison Spencer AM., Economics Dikean; Chemistry Club (1, 2); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Honor Roll (I. 2, 3): Junior Advisor (3); Service League (3); Hall Board (3); Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (4). Ruth Winkles Moseley Oakwoods A.B., Sociolom Aletheian; S iuare Dance (4); Sociology Club (3, 4): V.W.C.A. (2. 3, 4). Nancy Mullk.an Winston-Salem B.S., J K«ir Aletheian; College Cheerleader (1); Choir (1. 2. 3. 4), President (4). Sec- retary (8), Librarian (2); Deans List (3. 4); Glee Club (i. 3); Music Kducation Club (2). Margaret Clark Munro Salisbury A.H., Knutinh and French Adclpliian; Cnrolininti (1. 2. 3). Assistant Kdltor (2. 3); Coniilili. Literary Stair (1); Botany Club (2. 3. 41; Masquerailcrs (3, 4); riaylikers (2. 3. 4); (Jiiill Club (2. 3. 4). rrogram Chairman (4): Recreation Asso -latlon II. 2. 31 ; Hoclicy (I, 2): SwinunlnB (I, 2. 3); Ua.sketball (1, 2). Ai.K i: Blair Myrick Littleton «..S ' ., ticciilnrini .Ulmini.ilriilion Dikean; House I ' rcsidcnt (H; Canima Alfilia (3, 1); Proctor (1. 2); Dance Committee (21; Hall Hoard (3); Hasketball (I. 2). Nan( Y E. Newton Shelby H.S.. Home Kcanoinics Ailelphian; Home F.cononncs Club (1. 2. 3. U; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2): Service League (2): Archery (2); SiK ' ial Connnittee (4). Rosalyn a. Nicolas Winston-Salem B.S., DMrilmtive Etiucniion Adelphian; Piiw Xeeilles (2, 3. 4). Freshman Editor. Assistant Org. Editor (2). Junior Editor (3). Senior Editor (4); CatlTolic Students (1, 2, 3. 4). Vice-I ' resident (3): Dean ' s List (4); Gamma Alplia (3. 4); Sigma Alpha C), 4). President (4); Square Circle (1); Hall Board (4); Proctor (1). Sarah Suzanne Norman Greensboro A.B.. Gmmmur Grade Edurulion .Metlieian; Botany Club (2. 3, 4): Westminister Fellowship (3, 4); Dean ' s List (3. 41 : Education Club (3. 41; Interfaith Council (3. 4), Secretary (4); Masqueraders (3. 4); Playlikers (1, 2. 3, 4); Proctor (1). Clairene Oliver Jefferson A.B., Englisli Corncli.in; .Mars Hill College (1); Botany Club (3. 4): Education Club (4); Square Dance (4). Mildred Barbour Orr Charlotte A.B., Mullicmalics Aletheian. Btjok F.xchange Chairman (4). Marshal (3), Secretary (2); Siiuarc Circle (1. 2. 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Proctor (1. 4); Dance Committee (3); Service League (2). June Osborne Arden A.B., arammar Grade Education . delphian; Western Carolina Teachers ' College (1); Dean ' s List (3); Edu- cation Club (3. 4). Treasurer (4); International Relations (2, 3. 4): Play- likers (3); Recreation Association (2, 3): Square Dance (2); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4): Proctor (2). Senior Class of 1947 Caroline Palriria Padg Carolyn Rose Pa e Julia Rue Parhani Madeleine « kite Parke Louise Wailswurlh Patt Elizabeth Applewhite Pear.all Second Rote: Ceraldinc Viola Pearson Martha Elizabeth Peele Sarah Louise Pendergrass Dorothy Dewey Perry Katherine Williams Petar n ilma LaKue Phelps Thiril Roif : Naney Jane Phiter Margaret Emily Piekard Betty Jean Piekett Polly Elizabeth Pierson Dorothy Pilley Harriet Abb Poole 7A£ Puna. T tniiMu Columbia, S. C. Caroline Patricia Padgett . A.B., Spanish Cornelian: House President (4); Legislature (4); Dean ' s List (3. 4): Edu- cation Club (41; Recreation Association (1, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Proctor (1, 2): Hall So.-ial Cliainnan (31: Volley Ball (1): Baslvetball (I. 3. 1). Madeline White Parker Charlotte A.B., History Cornelian: Carolinian (4); Daisy Chain (2): International Relations (2. 3): Mas(|ueraders (2. 3, 4). Vice-President (4): Playlikers (2, 3. 41. Chief Electrician (31; University Sermon Committee (4): Southern Conference for Human Welfare (3, 4). Carolin Rose Page Lumberton B.S., Sfrnlaiuil Atliitiiiislriition Diliean: Sigma Alpha (3. 4): Church Council (3): Dean ' s List (3. 4): Gamma Alpha (3. 4); Honor Koll (1. 2. 3); Square Dance (2, 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Proctor (1). Louise Wadsworth Patton Charlotte A.B., Sociology Cornelian; House President (4); Legislature (1); Baccalaureate Sermon Committee (4); Carolinian (1. 21 ; Boots n ' Spur (1, 2, 3. 4): Vice-President (41; Dolphin-Seal Club (2); Interfaith Council (2, 3, 4): International Relations (2, 31, Treasurer (2); Sociology Club (2. 3, 4); Proctor (2). Julia Rue Parham Oxford A.B., EnijUsh Adelphian; Legislature (4). Elections Board (4); Botany Club (3): Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (3, 4); Playlikers (3); Y.W.C.A. (3); Proctor (1); Social Committee (2, 3); Dance Committee (3). Elizabeth Applewhite Pearsall Wilmington A.B., English Cornelian: Legislature (3); Carolinian (I. 2); Classical Club (I. 2); Dean ' s List (3. 41; Education Club (4); Honor Roll (1. 2. 3); Junior Advisor (3); Masqueraders (41; Proctor (I); Tau Psi Omega (4): Playlikers (2. 8. 4). 72 Geraldine Viola Pearson Jacksonville A.B., Art Aledieian; Publicity Chairman (4); Class Publicity Cliairiuan (4)- Pine eedh-s. Art Editor (4); Art Club (3, 4); Recreation Association (4): V.W.C.A. (4); Dance Committee (41; University Sermon Committee (4); Volley Ball (4); Basketball (1. 2, 4). Martha Elizabeth Peele Wilson A.B., History Dikean; Dean ' s List (3. 4); International Relations (3. 4), President (4). Corresponding Secretary (3); Proctor ll; Hall Board (l); Elections Board (4). Sarah Louise Pendergrass Franklin A.B.. Grammar Grade Education Dikean: Botany Club (3); Education Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 3); Proctor (1) ; Gymnastics (1). Dorothy Dewey Perry Elizabeth City ..S., Secretarial Administratiott Aclclphian. Secretary (4): Dean ' s List (S. 4): Gamma Alpha (8, 4): Honor Roll (a); Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4); Pine Seedlea, Typist (4). Katherine Wii.MAM.s Pi TAR Warrcnton .!. (.. l-snelinlorj, Cornelian; Carolinian fi. :i. l) ; Iritermilional Relations (4); Y.W.C.A. (I. 2, 3. 1); 1-vyrlioloicy Clul) (3. 41: Mail Boanl (I). WiLMA I.aRui; Phi.lps Ash «..S., Home Keonomicg Ailelphiari; Mars Hill ColleBe (1. 2): Art Club (1. 2): Church Council (I. 2, 3. 4); :llucalion Club (4): Home Economics Club (I, 2, I, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4): Basketball (1. 2). Nancy Jane Phifer Monroe IS.S.. Home Keonamict Alcthci.iri; I.itllc Rink .lunior College (1. 2); Home Economics Club 13. II : .Junior Ailvisor (4). IVlARGARiT Emily Pickard Randieman U.S., Secretarial .-tdministratioit Aietlieian. Marshal (n: l.eKislature (11; Greensboro College (I); Gamma Alpha (3. 4). Betty Jean Pickett Greensboro A.B., Sociology Dikean; Ciuilford College (11: Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 4); Dean ' s List (3. 41; Honor Roll (2. 3. 4i; International Relations (4); Sigma Delta Pi Ci. 41: Sociology Club (3. 41: Town Students Organization (2): Y.W C.. (3. 4). Polly Elizabeth Pierson .... Sandy Spring, Md. B.S.. Phyaical Education Cornelian; Cvraddi (4). Photographer (4): Carolinian (1): Church Council (21; Dance Group (3. 4): Dolphin-Seal Club (1, 2. 3, 4); International Relations (2); Playlikers (4); Recreation Association d 2, 3 4) Cabinet (.1. I); Square Dance (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2): Proctor (2 1; Hall Social ( liairiiiiin (1); Camp Counselors Club (1. 2); Social (Dnirnittee (I 3)- Caiiip Committee (2); Oflicials Club (3, 4): Recreatii.iia) .Modern Dance (II; Recreational Honor Group (2); . rcherj- (2); Gyjnnastics (• 3 4) • Hockey (2, 3. 4); Life Saving (l). Instructor (2); Speedball (2, 3); Swim- ming (1. 2, 3); Tennis (2. 3. 4): Volley Ball (3, 4); Basketball (2. 3. 4): Softball (3, 4). DoROTHi- PiLLEY Panteeo B..S ' ., Secretarial Administration Dikean; Deans List (3. 41; fJamma Alpha (3, 4); Square Dance (2 3); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); Swimming (31. Harriet Abby Poole Freehold, N. J. ji.B., Biology Cornelian; Boots n " Spur (2. 3, 4). Secretari ' -Treasurer (3); Botany Club (2. 3, 4), President ( t) : Cheniistrj- Club (3. 4); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Honor Roll (1. 2, 31; Junior Advisor (3): Recreation Association (2. 3, 4); Life Saving (21; Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee (4). MARGARET DA.MEL 73 ♦ First Row: Ruth Shores Poori Jessie Anna Polls Helen Moore Priee Dorothy Carolyn Push Martha Dell Purvis Naomi Louise Rahenkan. 1 Esther Raheuka Kathryn Marie Ray Mildred Connor Read Mary Elizabeth Rea ' Ida FulKhani lleddii ThirJ Rate: Betty Sue Regan Dorothy Douglass Reynulds Margaret Lois Reynohls Jean Stewart Rhodes Sallie Ruth Rirh Franees Priseilla Roa.h Senior Class of 1947 Ruth Shores Poore Mount Airy A.B., Spanish Adelphian: Wesley Foundation (1): Dean ' s List (3. 4); Education Club (3. 1); International Relations Clul) (3. t); V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Jessie Anna Potts Highlands B.S., Hume Econumics Cornelian; Brevard Collese (1); Western Carolina Teachers ' College (2): Chemistry Club (3): Westminister Fellowship (4); Home Economics Cub (3. 4); International Relations Club (4); Junior Advisor (4); Recreation Association (3) ; Square Dance (3) ; " i ' .W.C.A. (3). Helen Moore Price ....... Greensboro A.B., Sociology Cornelian; May Court (4); Playlikers (I. 2); SocioloKy Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Proctor (1, 2); Dance Committee (4): Hall Board (I, 4). ■ I Dorothy Carolyn Pugh Laurel Springs AM.. Grammar Grade Edimitioii Cornelian: Pine Xeedle.i (2); Education Club (4): Playlikers (4); Square Dance (2); Town Students Organization (11; Y.W.C.A. (I. 2, 8, 4). Martha Dell Purvis Salisbury A.B.. Primari) Education Cornelian; Education Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Naomi Louise Rahenkamp Greensboro B.a., Borne Economies Adelphian; Band (1); Botany Club (3); Cbeniistrv Club (3); Dean ' s List (3); Home Economics Club (l. 2, 3. 4); Town Stuilcnls Organization ( " . 4). 74 Vivian Esther Rahenkamp Greensboro A.B., Gnck Aletheian; Classical Club (2, 3, 4). NN Stevens Ravenel Greensboro A.B., EiMjIisli Aletheian; C n i(Mi, Business Staff (3. 4); Boots n ' Spur (3. 41: Bolaiiv :lub (3): Dean ' s List (3. 4): Junior Advisor (3); Tau Psi Omega (41: fown Students Organization (I. 2. 3. 4). Secretary (3). Dance Committee :i, 2. 3. 4), Judicial Board (3); Service League (3): Pre-Scliool Con- ference (3). ATHRVN Marie Rav Hillsboro A.B.. Eiirilish ilican: Wesley Foundation (1); Deans List (4): Education Club (3. 4): nternational Relations (3, 4). Vice-President (4): Y.W.C.A. (1. 3, 4): Proctor (2). Mii.i Ki:i) Connor Read Rocky Mount .!.«.. ' rciicA AletlH-ian: Ilolany Club (D; Dean ' s List (3. I); iiiliTiialiiiniil Relations Club (1. I): Sigma Delta PI (2. 3, 4): S |Uarc Circle (1, 2): Tau Psi Omega (2. 3. 4), Secretary (4). Treasurer (3): V.W.C.A. (1, 4). Mary Elizabeth Reavis Winston-Salem A.B., Primnrii Kiliirnlinn Dilican: Botany Club 131: Clioir (1. 2. . ' l, D; Daisy Chain (2 : Dcan ' » List (3): Eilucalion Chili (I); V.W.C.A. (1, 2. 4). Ida Fulgham Redding Green.sboro A.B.. Knytial, .Vdelpbian; Choir (1, 2i: Masijucrailcrs (3. 4): Playlikers (3. 4); Uoliibin- . ' leal Club (2): To«ii Slinl.iils Ori:.iiiiz.ilioii (1, 2, 3. 4); Camp Counselors Club (2); Archery rj , : (;, M-li... (i, 2); Hockey (I): Life Saving (I, 2); Soccer (li; .- p. r.llr.ill •■;,: SMiiinning (1. 2); Tennis (2); Volley Hall (ii: l):i-kclh;ill r. ' ); Softball (1. 2). Bettv Sue Regan Laurinburg AM.. Hinldijij - de iaii; Mclical Tcrlin.ilnKisIs Club (3, II: V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 4). DoROTHi ' Douglass Reynolds Raleich A.B.. HisUinj Cornelian; Pine Xeerilen, Advertising Manager (4); ' Dai.sy Chain (2): Dean ' s List (3): International Relations Club (3. 4): Dance Committee (4); Ser ice League Council (4); Life Saving (1). Margaret Lois Reynolds Turkey B..S.. VhijsUal Educution Ilikcaii: Marslial (3): Legislature (4); Junior Advisor (3): Recreation As iiciation (1, 2. 3. 4). President (4); Camp Counselors Club (2. 3, 4); liyinnastics (1, 2. 3. 41: Hockey (1, 2. 3. 4): Speedball (1. 2, 3, 4): Swininiing (1. 2. 3. ll: Basketball (1, 2. 3. 4): Softball (I. 2. 3. 4); Chair- man Sports Day (31: Officials Club (3, 4). Jean Stuart Rhodes Raleigh BS., Srcri-tarial Ailminislralinn Aletheian; Piiir Xcvriles (2); Church Council (31; Dean ' s List (3); Gamma Alplla (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (1, 3. 4); Zoology Field Club (1); Service League (4). Sallie Ruth Rich Farmington B..S.. Htimi- Ecmmliks Adclphian; Appalachian State Teachers College (1. 2): Home Economics Club (3); V.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3. 4). Frances Priscilla Roach Forest City A.B.. Primanj Ediiralinn Cornelian; CnmlhiUni (21; Education Club (3. II; Recreation . ssociation (2): V.W.C.A. (I. 2, 3. 41: Hockey (l); Life Saving (2): Tennis (2). 75 Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Rila Rohkins Mary Ann Roborsun J.nice Ju.nita Robert Mary Leslie Robrrtaoi Seeond Rote: Lucy Morion Rodi crs Dorothea Rogers Sarah Elizabeth Rogci C. Elizabeth Roper rAirt Raie; Gladys Ruth Rosoil Ula Sidney Ross Lois Augusta Russel Evelyn Arlene Sand. Rita Robbins Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B., Psychology Aletheian; Hall Boiiril (1. 4); Chemistry Club (2); Dean ' s List (1. 2); Hminr Hull (2); Social Committee (4); Psjcholosy Club (3, 4). Marv Ann Roberson Smithfield A,B., Physics Dikean; Church Council (1. 3); Physics Club (3. 4). President (4); Square Circle (2, 3); Proctor (2). Janice Juanita Roberts Shelby A.B., Art Ailelphian; Art Club (3, 4); Chemistry Club (1); Dean ' s List (3); Home Economics Club (1); Proctor (4), Marv Leslie Robertson Jonesboro BS., Secretarial Ad niiiistration Dikean: John B. Stetson University; Gamma Alpha (4): Honor Roll (3 ); International Relations (8. 4) ; Junior Advisor (3) : Recreation Association (4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Proctor (3): Volley Ball (4); Basketball (4). Lucy Morton Rodgers Scotland Neck A.B., English Adelphian: Legislature (4); Carolinian (1, 2, 3. 4). Associate Editor (2, 3), Columnist (4): Coraddi, Editorial Staff (3). Poetry Editor (4): Pine Xiciiles, Literarj ' Editor (4); Quill Club (2. 3. 4): Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (3, 4): Honor Roll (11: International Relations (3, 4): Junior Advisor (3): Gym Meet (3. 4): Who ' s Who (4). Dorothea Rogers B.fl.. Hnme Economics m: Mars Hill College (1, 2). Sarah Elizabeth Rogers A.B., Grami Youngsville Apex- Club (1): Dean ' s List (3. 4); Education Club (3. 4): 4): Proctor (1): Student-Faculty Curriculum Com- mittee (4)- C. Elizabeth Roper Morganton B.S., Home Economics Adelphian: Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4). yQds l c onim On March 20, 21, and 22, 116 Wo- man ' s (College welcomed Robert Penn War- ren, Ernst Bacon, Thomas Munro, and Vale- rie Bettis as headliners for the Fourth Arts Forum — a series of meetings centered about the creative activity of college students in writing, music, the visual arts, and the dance. A cooperative undertaking of faculty and students, the Arts Forum is designed to bring together from a number of colleges teachers and students interested in the various arts to promote their understanding and apprecia- tion. Beginning in the spring of 1944 the Forum has demonstrated also its value as a stimulus to creative work in the arts. Last year ' s leaders were Lionel Trilling, Sheldon Cheney, Howard Hanson, and Charles Weidman. Gladys Ruth Rosoff Hamden, Conn. A.B., Sociologrj .Mi ' tliei.in; Hillel (1. 2, 3. 1), I ' resident (4): Dolpliin-Seiil Cluh (3); Inter- laitli Cdundl (3. -l) : Recreation A.sisociation (2. 3) : Sociology Club (3, 4) ; Souttiern Conference for Human Welfare (4). Ola SiDNE ' i ' Ross Aurora A.B., ociolof r Ailelpliian; Alplia Kappa Delta, Treasurer a); Botanv Club (3, 4), Vice- I ' resirtent (4). Secretary-Treasurer (3): Kclucation Club (4); .lunior Advisor (3) : Sociology Club (8. 4) : Y.W.C.A. (I. 2. 3, 4), President of Senior " V " ; Proctor (1); Service League (4). Lt:)is Augusta Russell Thomasville A.B., Art Adelphi.ui: f ' iiw .Yc .( .-.s (1), Art Staff; Lutheran .Student - Association (1. 2, .). I). President (II. Secretary (2. 3); Dance (Iroup (2. 3. II; Dean ' s Li t (11; lliiiic.r Hull (ll; Interfaitb Council (41; Kecreation Association (1. 2. Ill, Caliiiiel III; Si|Uare Dance (3. 41. President (4i; .Si|Uare Circle (1. 2 1. .Secretary (2); V.W..C.A. (2. 3). E ' i;l n Arlkne Sanderson Kinston B.S., Home Economics Alctlieiaii; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Square Dance (1, 3, 3); V.W.C.A. (3, I), Cabinet (4); Basketball (1). .Slirldiiii r:heiu ' v uiisUlcrs a work ill 111.- KalUrv show. Howard Hanson, visiting sic critic for Third Art; Forum. 7 StuHent members of the R iiig Committee consider dergraduate tnanuseripts. Arts Forum production of Prometheus Bound, 77 ♦ Senior Class of 1947 Firtl Row: Martha Kalhryn Sandlin Eliiabclh Dodson Savillr Gloria Srhlossborg Nancy Joanne SoohrosI Mary Penelope Self Belle Sue Sessoms S,ri,r,J Rau: Margaret Soutliuiek Se Marjorie Lee Sexton Helen Ruth Seymour Evelyn Nancy Shaw Marjorie Shearin Teresa Shelton T iirrf R.,1. .• Barbara Anne Sigmon Mary Caroline Sininioni Mary L. Simmons Doris Ruth Smith Esther Ro.e Smith Helen SeotI Smith Martha Kathrvn Sandlin Bryson City A.B., English Dikean: Dean ' s List (1): Education Club |4): International Relations (3); Square Dance (2); V.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4); Social Committee (31; Softball (2). Elizabeth Dodson Saville .... A.B., Sorioloffi Dikean; SocioIoKy Club (3, 1). Lexington, Va. Gloria Schlossberg New Rochelle, N. Y. A.B., Fri-iirli Cornelian; Cnrolitiimi (• )■. Education Club (H; Hillel (1, 2. 3. 4): Square Circle (2); Baseball (1); Swimming (l) ; Tennis (2); Volley Ball (1) ; Basketball (2). Nancy Jeanne Sechrest High Point A.B.. English Dikean, Secretary (3): Co-Manager of Junior Sbop (31; Class Secretary (4); Dean ' s List (3); Honor Roll (2): Proctor (1. 2); Dance Committee Ci); Hall Board (4). Mary Penelope Self Asheville A.B., Biology Adelpbinn; St. ficnevieve of the Pines (1, 2); Medical Technologists Club (3, 4). Bette Sue Sessoms Fayetteville .4.8.. Primaiii Ediiralioii Adelpliian; Cnruliiiirin (2. 3); Pine Needles (1); Botany Club (3. 4); Daisy Chain (2); Education Club (3. 4). ► 7« livii-iN NANf -i ' Shaw Roanoke Rapids (.«.. SiniUiriill Ailmiiiiiitralhii . il ' lr liwiii: Ivliiciithiii (lull (I): (inmiim Alpha (a, t) : Kei-rcallun Asho- liiiliiiii (■. ' , .1. D; SiiUiiro Dunce {2. I); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. I); Hiiskellmll (1. 2). Makjoiui; Siii:arin New Bern ;.N., Hiimi- Ecmmmiri, Al.dn-iiiii; Alhiiili.- (lirisMiin Colk-Kf (I): I ' criliic KniviTslty (2); Home iM ' iiniiiiik ' s (lull CI. II ; rliiyllkrrs (II: Miii-key (I. II; Uuski-tliHll (1. 2. I| ; Sliftllilll (I. 3, I). Ti:ri:sa Shi-lton Madison U.K., Pliijuinil Kiiwiilmn Alftliclan: IMavlikt-is CI. II; KecTcation (1. 2. ;l. II; I ' niilur (1); Cain[) Cnuiisi-lius dull CI. n; onU ' ials Club (3. I). I ' lcsiiliuit (ll; (ivuinastii-s (1. 2. :l. li; lldikfy (I. 2, II; Spccilball (1. 2. 3); Tenuis CI); Uasketliall (1. 2. 3, I) ; .Softliall (I. 2. 3). Bakhara Anni; SKjMon Newton A. 11.. ICiiilHxh nikt ' MU: ClHiir (II; Dean ' s List 13. II: Kihn ' .iliiin ( ' lul Ml: llnniir Hull II, 2. 31; rinchir (21 ; Mall llci.inl (I. Ii. Mary Caroline Simmon.s Hi h Point A.H.. Frcnih Dikean; Iiitcrnatiunal Kclatiuns (II; Keereatinu Assoeiatiein (1. 2. 31 ; Y.W.C.A. (3. II; rruelcir (1. 21; (Ivmnastics (1, 2); .S»iiiiniinK (1. 2. 3. 1); Uaskelball (31. Mary L. Simmons Andalusia, Ala. A.B.. t ' siirliulnijti Ccuneliaii: (Vini nimii (I); I ' iue . ,,rllig (3. II. Ciri-ulatinii Manager (11: Dean ' s List (3. I); Hiincir Hull (21: rnii ' lnr (2. 31; rsvcbolngv Club (3, 1); Hall li.ianl (I). Doris Ruth Smith Arlington, N. J. .I.;;.. I ' rimarii K,hiiiiHi„i Adelphian; Botany Club (21; Dean ' s I.i.it (3. 11 : Education Club (II; Honor Roll (31: International Relations (3, i); Playlikers (1); Tau Psi (Iniega (II; Y.W.C.. . (3. II; Proctor (1, 2, i): Service Lea gue (1): Hall Board (3). EsTHHR Rosk Smith St. Pauls H.S.. Dislrihitlirr Eiliiriitiiin (■(iiii.-liaii; Cliuivh Council (3, II; Education Club ili: Caiiniia Alplia (3, II ; Service League (U. Helen Scott Smith Spartanburg, S. C. B.H.. Phijsirnl Eduriitii, ii Aletbcian: V(in,liman (2); Cnrnddi (H; Pim AVcrf cs-, Sport-s Editor (II: Handbook Coinniittee (4); Daisy Chain (2); Dance Group (2, 3); Recrea- tion Association (1, 2, 3, i). Cabinet (3, 4); Y. ' W.C.A. (1, 2); Camp Counselors Club (1. 2, 3, -l). President (3); Archery (1); Gymnastics (1. 2. 3. II: Hockey (1. 2. 31; Life Saving (-11; Spcetlhall (21; Swimming (1. 2, 3, i) Tennis (2. 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3, 4); Softball (3, 4); Golf (3. 4). f P 7 Margaret Southwick Severson A.B.. Art Houston, Texas Iarjorie Lee Sexton Rocky Mount B.S., Secretarial Administrntinn 4elen Ruth Seymour Alamance A.B., Pr iiimnj Education MARV ELLEN 79 Senior Class of 1947 Janctlr Paschal HSniilh Lillie Ran Smith Lois Catherine Smith Geneva Marie Smith Rebecca MeCulloeh Smith Marianna Smithsun Second Row: Clariere Elizabeth Snclso Treva Anno Snvder Marie Louise Solomon Margaret Brittoii Squier Rarhel Ann Stacy Barbara Mav StaiTonl rAirrfftoie.- Martha Jane Stansill Wilma Little Stansill Frances Eleanor Slecii Sarah Robertson Stewart Frances Josephine Storks Carolyn Alma Stone 7Ae P ?Zee e Janette Paschal Smith Siler City A.B., Primnrii Kiliirnli,,,, Cornelian: VnnUniau (3): Baptist Student Union (3. li; Dean ' s List (3): Education Club (3. 4): Square Circle (2. 3); I ' roctor (1). Lillie Rae Smith Seven Springs A.B.. Gramwnr Grntle EdacaUon Aletheian; Education Club (3, I): Kecreation Association (1); Square Dance (1. 2); Y.W.C.A. (3, i) ; Basketball (1). Lois Catherine Smith Vass A.B.. EnriUsh Dikean; Dean ' s List (3. 4): Education Club (4); Honor Roll (1): Inter- national Relations (4); Junior Advisor (3); Recreation Association (2, 3. 4); Square Dance (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Basketball (2. 3, 1). Geneva Marie Smith Johnson City, Tenn. A.B., Siiiijiisli ami Frinrli Aletheian: Legislature (3): East Tennessee State College (1); Dean ' s LisI (3. 4); Education Club (I); Honor Roll (2. 3. 4); Recreation Associatior (8): Sigma Delta Pi (2. 3. 4). President (3, 4): Tau Psi Omega (4) Y.W.C.A. (3): Hall Social Chairman (4): Social Committee (3); Servict League (2). Rebecca McCulloch Smith . Greensborc B.S.. Hiiiiir Enuiomirs Dean ' s List (3); Home Economics Club (2, 3. 4): Town Students Organi a Marianna Smithson A.B., Art Cornelian; Art Club (3, 4). Asheville 80 j? 7 rLARiECE Elizabeth Snelson Asheville B..S., Serretarinl Artministiatini, clelphian; Cnrnrtrii (3. I). Business Manager (41; Pine Neerlles (4); Sigma Alplia (3. 4l: Dean ' s List (3, 4): Gamma Alplia (3. 4), Secretary 141 ; Square Circle (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (1, • : Hall Social Chairman (1). Freva Anne Snyder Winston-Salem B.N., I ' hijsirnl Education Cornelian; Arclieiy Club (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3); Dance Group (1) Bean ' s List (3); Recreation AssiK-iation (1. 2. 3. 4); Square Dance 3) I ' .W.C.A. (1): Archeiy (3, 4); C.ymnastics {1. 2. 3. 4): Hockey (1. 2, 3. 4); Life Saving (1); Speedball (1. 3. 4): Volley Ball (4); Basketball (1. 2 3. 4); Softball (3, 4). VIarie Louise Solomon Wilmington A.B., Art Maki.akii HmiroN Sgiiiiu Greensboro A.U.. Sociulfiffit Dikcan; LeKlslnturc (4); Junior Advisor (S); SocIoIokv Club (4); Town Students OrKunizallon (1, 2. 8, 4), President (4), VIcc-Prcsldcnt (»). Judicial Hoard (3); Dance Committee (S) : Elections Committee (2); Pre- School Conference (4). Ra(hi:i. Ann Stacy Rutfin B..S., Si-rrelnrial Ailmitii«tr(,ti:m Cornelian: Dean ' s List (3, I); Oanima Alpha (3. 4). I ' residcnt (4); May Day Chairman (4); Who ' s Who (4); Y.W.C.A. (2. 4): .S Klal Committee (3); Dance Comniltlee (3); Elections Committee (4). Baubaka Ma " ! ' Stafford Asheville i.S., Ifnmr Krnmmiirs Dikcan. Marshal 111; lliitmore Colleiie ri ) ; Home Kionomics Club Ci. 3, li. Makiha |ane Stansill Rockinyham li.S., Srrnlrililil Ailii,i,iisl,,lti,nl Adclpliian: lianniia Al|ilia (3, I); Y.W.C.A. (3. 1): Proctor (1). WiLMA Little Stansill Farmviile A.B.. Primmij Ecliirntimi Cornelian; Montreat C ' ollejte (I. 2); Education Club (3. 11; Y.W.C.A. (3. 41 : Proctor (3). Frances Eleanor Steed Asheboro A.B.. Socinlnriu Dikean; Classical Club (4); Dean ' s List (4i; Square Dance (11; Sociology Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 41; Proctor (3); Service League (4). Sarah Robertson Stewart Fayetteville A.B., Sociologij Dikcan; St. Mary ' s College (1, 2); Dean ' s List (3): Education Club (4): Sociology Club (3, 4). Frances Josephine Stockard Greensboro A.B., Psychology Cornelian; Baptist Student Union (3. 4); Dolphin-Seal Club (1. 21; Town Students Organization (I, 2. 3. 4); Service League (I): Psychology Club (3. 4), Vice-President (4): Life Saving (1). Carolyn Alma Stone Albemarle A.B.. Grammar Grade Education Dikean. Marshal (4); Daisy Chain (2); Dean ' s List (4); Education Club (4); Recreation Association (2. 3, 41; Y.W.C.A. (2. 3. 4). Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Camp Committee (s, 41; Hall Board (3); Gymnastics (3, 41; Tennis (2). Senior Class of 1947 First Rote: Mary Frances Stone Gladys Whillcy Storey Agatha Mae Strickland Sarah Elizabeth Sutton Nancy Howard Sutton Nell Swaim Second Rou?: Judith Swift Marjorie Lee Talla Cecilc Talley Emma Lou Taylor Grace Temple Audrey Jane Terr Third Roie: Doris Jean Thomas Blanche Hilman Thomas Fannie Ransom Thonips. Alice Franklin Tilson Betty Ruth Tomlinson Annie Lois Trails c3 l uPinnTieeMii Mary Frances Stone ....... Stoneville B.S., Home Economics Adelphian; Greensboro College (I); Westminister Fellowship Council (4); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4): Junior Advisor (3); Square Dance (4); Y.W.C.A. (2. 3). Gladys Whitley Storey Murfreesboro A.B., Malhematics Aletlieiau: Chemistry Club (3); Church Council (3. 4); Dean ' s List (3. 4); Honor Roll (:. 2, 3); Interfaith Council (4); International Relations (1): Junior Advisor (3): Physics Club (2, 3); Square Circle (1, 2. 3. 4): Proctor (1) ; Service League (3) ; Elections Board (4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3). Agatha Mae Strickland Erwin B..S., Serivlarial Ailminislralion Cornelian; Gamma Alpha (3. 4): Square Dance (3); Swimming (2); Tennis (2); Basketball (1, 2, 3. 4). Sarah Elizabeth Sutton Raleigh A.B., ■ ■ .Metheian; Carolinian (1, 2, 3. 4), Editor-in-Chief (4), Feature Editor (3), .Makeup Editor (3); Coraridi (3); Pine Xeedles, Literary Editor (3); Wes- ley Foundation Council (1, 2. S. 4); Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (4): Outstanding Senior (4); Quill Club (4): Who ' s Who (4): Y.W.C.A. (1); Arts Forura Committee (4). Nancy Howard Sutton Raleigh AM., English Adelphian: Carolinian (1. 2, 3. 4). Columnist (4). .Associate Editor (2, 8): Coraddi, Fiction Editor (4). Exchange Manager (8); Dean ' s List (8): Education Club (4): Masqueraders (3. 4); Playlikers (3. 4): Quill Club (2. 3, 4). President (4); Recreation .Association (1. 2): Service League (2); . rts Forum Committee (4); College Orchestra (1, 2); Hockey (2); Basketball (1, 2). Thomasville Nell Swaim A.B., Gran Grade Education Cornelian: House President (4): Legislature (4); Hall Board (3): Band (2): Daisy Chain (2): Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (3. 4); Honor Roll (1. 2, 3); Junior Advisor (3): Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 8); Proctor (1): Junior Class Dance Committee (3) ; Cornelian Dance Committee (3) ; Student- Faculty Curriculum Committee (4). 82 Judith Swift Walpole, Mass. B.S., Phi sicat Education Dikean: Dance Group (2); Recreation Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Camp Counselors Club (3); Camp Committee (3. 4); Service League (1. 4): Dolplnn-Seal Club (2, 3. 4): Archery (3): Gymnastics (2, 3. 4); Hockey (1. 2, 3, 4); Speedball (3); Swimming (1. 2. 3, 4); Volley Ball (2): Baslietball (I. 2. 3, 4); Softball (1, 2, 3, 4). Marjorie Lee Tallant Hickory A.B., History Aletheian: Dean ' s List (3. 4); International Relations (2. 3. 4); V.W.C.A. (2. 3). Cecile Talley Hamlet B.S., Pht Mcal Education Cornelian; Recreation Association (2, 3. 4): Square Dance (2); Camp Counselors Club (2. 4); Gymnastics (2. 3, 4); Hockey (3, 4); Life Saving (3): Volley Ball (3); Basketball (2. 3); Softball (3). Hmma Lou Tavi.or Williamston A,B., Primari Education Cornelian, Marslial (4) : Botany Club (3) : Daisy Chain (2) : Education Club (4); May Court (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); Proctor (I); Hall Board (4); Dance Chairman (I); Service Lcacuc (3). Grace Temple Marietta BH., Munic Cornelian; Catawba College (I. 2): (!lioir (3. 4); Town Students Organlza- 11(111 (3); Social Committee (3); Service League (3. 4): Music Kducation Club (3. 4). Audrey Jane Terry Newport News, Va. A.B.. Sociology Aletheian; Judicial Board (3); House I ' rcsldent (1): Legislature (4); lplia Kappa Delta (II; Chenilslrv Club (1, 2. 31: Church Council (2. 3. 4); Dean ' s List CD; Sociohigy Cluli (3. 1); V.W.C.A. (3. 4). Doris Jean Thomas Greensboro BJf., Secretarial Administration Aletheian; Banil (1); Gamma Alpha (4): Y.W.C.A. (1, 4). Blanche Hilman Thomas Raleigh ?..S ' ., Secretarial Administration Curiielian. Chief Marshal (4), Marshal (3); Legislature (2); Fre-shman Connnission (1); . rchery Club (1): Gamma Alpha (3. 4); May Court (4); Square Circle (1): Who ' s Who (4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2); Proctor (1); Hall Social Chairman (1); Dance Commitlee (2); Service League (2); Student- Faculty Reviewing Committee (3, 4); Handbook Conunittee (2); University Sermon Committee (1). Fannie Ransom Thompson Mooresville AM.. Sociology Dikean; Church Council (3. 4): Home Economics Club (1): Sociology Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.. . (1); Social Committee (4): Dance Committee (4); Basketball (1, 3). Alice Franklin Tilson Ashevilie .I.B., .s ' ;)niii.s i and French Ailelphian; Dean ' s List (4): Square Dance (4): V.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4): Proctor (4). Betty Ruth Tomlinson Wilson A.B., Grammar Grade Education Aletheian; Botany Club (S) : Daisy Omin (2): Education Club (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Hall Board (I, 4). Annie Lois Travis Apex A.B., English Dikean; Brevard Junior College (I. 2); Dean ' s List (3, 4); Education Club {3, 4). Senior Class of 1947 First Row: Marjorie Louise Trpnt Mable EuUlia Tucker Audre;- Pauline Turnei Doris Levelle Turner Jane Tyson Charlotte Ruth Usher Second Row: Mary Eliaabeth Van Dyke Mildred Ann Vcn Third Rom: Lessie Edith « ago Betty Jane Waldri.. Carol Walker Mary Ann Walker Ethel Allene Wall Betty Jo Wallis =:3 lAzPhuTieeMii Marjorie Louise Trent Reidsville BS.. Home Economics Dikean: Chemistir Club (l, 2. 3); Dean ' s List (3. 4»; Home Economics Club (2. 3, 4). Vice-President (J): Omieron Xu (4): V.W.C.A. (3, 4); Proctor (2). Mable Eulalia Tucker Al bemarle AM.. French Aletlieian; Pine Needles, Literary Editor (4); Clioir (3. 4) ; Baptist Student Union (2, s); Dean ' s List (3. 4): Honor R»ll (I. 2. 3): Sigma Delt;i Pi (3, 4); Tau Psi Omega (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 4); Proctor (1. 2). Audrey Pauline Turner Mt. Ulla .l.B.. Plinuiij Eiiiiealiun Adelpliian; Botany Club (I, 2); Choir (1); Education Club II, 21: V.W.C.A. (1, 2); Swimming (1). Doris Levelle Turner Forest Cit) ' B.S., Physical Education Cornelian; Marshal (4); Chemistry Club (3. 4); Baptist Student Council (2, 3. 4); Dance Group (2. 3); Dean ' s List (4); Dolphin-Seal Club (4); International Relations (3); Recreation Association {1, 2. 3. 4). Cabinet (3, 4); Proctor (3): Camp Ceonselors Club (2. 3. 4); Camp Committee (3, 4); Post War Actions Committee (4); Golf Club (4): Ofticials Club 13. 41: Gymnastics il. 2. 3, 41: Hockey (1, 2, 3. 4 : Life Savins (2, 31; Tennis (2. 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2. 3. 4); Softball f2. 3, 41. Jane Tyson Carthage .4.B., Primary Education Adelpliian: Archery Club (2. 31: Botany Club (2. 3, 4); Dean ' s List (31; Education Club (3. 41; Honor Roll (3); Recreation Association (1, 2. 3); Y.W.C.. . (2. 3. 4). Cabinet (4); Westminister Fellowship (I. 2. 8. 41; Archery (2, 3) ; Tennis (1, 2) ; Post War Action Committee (4). Charlotte Ruth Usher Asheboro A.B.. Sociology Adelphian: Louisburg College (I, 2); Alpha Kappa Delta (41; Dean ' s List (3. 4J: Recreation AsstKiation (3, 4); Square Dance (3, 4); Sociology Club (:), 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Cabinet (4); Swimming (3); Basketball (3). »1 iiARv Elizabeth Van Dyke Tazewell, Va. B.S., Plillsiriil Ellliralmii lletlieian; Virginia Intermont ColleKe (1. 2); Recreation Association S. 4). Cal)inct (I); Camp Counselors Club (3. 4); Service League (3): Ifflcials Club (3. 4); Gymnastics (3. 4); Hockey (3. 4); Life Saving (4); Speedball (3, 4): Tennis (3, 4): Basketball (3, 4); Softball (3, 4). .ouisn Hart Vann Raleigh .1. . ' .. Art )ikcan; Virginia Iiiternuinl ( iillcKc (1. 21: Art Club (3. 1); Y.W.C.A. (3. 41; I ' roctin- (3); Basketball (3). vIiLDRun Ann Venters Badin .4.B., English ' ornelian; ITcilTcr .luiiiin (Nillege (1. 2): Cnruliiiiau (4); Dean ' s List (11; Junior Advisor III; Square Dance (31: Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Marilyn Ford Vincent Roanoke Rapids H.S., fJiilKinil Kihiriitiini Cornelian; Cbernistry Club (2): Playllkers (4): Itecreallon AsmKlation (1, 2. 3, u: Sijuare Circle (1): Camp Counselors Club (31: Slmlenl-Kacully Curriculum Coliunlttcc (4): ORIclals Club (3. 4): (iyinnaxtics (2. 3. 4): Hockey (1, 2. 3. 4) : Spccilball (2. 31 ; .SwIinminR (IK llnsketbull (1. 2, ), 4) : Softball (1. 2, 8, 4). Margaretta Vine St. Petersburg, Fla. AM., Krmiowir.s Dikciin; Hoots ri ' Spur (1. 2. 3. 4). rresident (1). Vice rresiilcnt (3): riivsii ' s Club (. ' . 3. I); Kecreatloli A.s.s(x ' iation (I. 2, 3, 4). Cabinet (41: Square Dance (1, 2); S |uarc Circle (2. 3. i). Annette Wadlin West Orange, N. J. A.H.. rriiirli Aletheian: Dean ' s List (31; .luni ir Ailvisor (31: Tau I ' si Omega (4): I ' roctor (1): Service League (21 ; Mall Board (3i; Klcctions Committee (I). Lessie Edith Wagoner Greensboro B..S.. Hinnr Krom.iiiirs .li-l|)liian; Cbernistry Club (1, 21; Dean ' s List (3): Home Economics Cliib M, 1. :i. 1): Town Students Organization (1. 2. 3. 4); Westminister Kellimsbil) (2). BHTT ■ JANE Waldroop Franklin «..S ' .. Hnmr Ermiiimirx Cornelian: CaroUman (3): Cbemistrj ' Club (I. 2); Dean ' s List (3): Home Kconomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3): Honor Roll (2. 8); Junior .Xdvisor (3): Masqueradcrs (4): Omicron Nu. Vice-President (t): Play- likers (3, 4). Carol Walker Hiyh Point H.ii.. I ' hiisirnl Kiluri,lj„ii A(lcl|)liiiin: Elections Board (4); Cbemistry Club (2. 3. 4); Daisy Cliain c. ' i; DcriMs List (3); Dolpbin-Seal Club (3. 4): Honor Roll (2): Recreation AssiK-iiition (1. 2. 3, 41, Cabinet (4); Y ' .W.C.A. (1. 2): Proctor (1): Camp Counselors Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Camp Committee (2. 3, 4): Officials Club (3. 41; Arcliery (2); Gymnastics (1. 2, 3. 4): Hockey (1. 2. 3. 4): Life Saving (1): Speedball (1. 2, 3. 4): Swimming (1. ' 2. 3): Tennis (2, 3): Volley Ball (2); Basketball (1. 2. 3, 4); Softball (2, 3, 4). Mari- Ann Walker Burlington A.B.. Sonnloriu Diki-an: Junior Rins Clinirnian: fine ,■, rll,s: (1, 2. 3, I). Editor-in-Chief (11. Asiistant Kdit.n- Cll. Class Editor (1. 2): (■iir ,liiiin„ (2i; Alplia Kappa Delta CI. 11; Baptist Student Cnion (21: Dean ' s List ct. !•: Honor Roll Cll; Interfaitli Council (2, 3J. Vice-President I3i: Outstan.ling Senior ill: Sociology Club (3. I); Square Circle (li; Who ' s Who Mi; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, H; I ' roclor (1); Dance Committee (2); Hall Board (li; Pre-School Conference (4). Ethel Allene Wall Guilford College B.S., Home Economics Cornelian: Cliemi.strv Club (1. 2); Dean ' s List (3): Home Economics Club (1. 2. 3. I); Hon(U- Roll (: ) : Omicron Nu (3, 41, Secretary-Treasurer (4): Town Students Organization (1. 2. 3. I). Betty ' Jo Wallis Lenoir A.B., Latin Cornelian; Hall Board (4); Classical Club (1. 2. 3. 11. President (4). Sec- retary (31; Church Council (1); Dean ' s List (3. 4): Education Club (4): Honor Roll II. 2. 31; Junior Advisor (3); Hall Social Chairnmn (1); Social Coiniiiillee (1); Service League, Hall Leader (21, Council (3). »5 Senior Class of 1947 First Ruw: JoKsii ' Elizalx ' tli « alurs Aniir Camilla Wa lilpurii Ruth Ailcen Walkiii. Kalhryn Ivy Wa iikk Rulh LaiU ' Vi vl,l, Bcrni. ' c ( . ' C ' lislrr Str.. .rf R.Mi; Allk- Voslal « liiul Marian Frpnycar W .11, Dorulhy Sue Wells Evelyn M. Wells Ann Sponeer « hile Marjorie Oax Miitl. r iirrf Row: Margaret Daniel « ilke Ella Virginia W ilkins M. Jeanne Will Hope Willard Franres Garland Williai Ma illi; l uP T txuiMi JoNsiE Elizabeth Walters Marshville B.S., Sccretfirifil Administration Dikean. Marshal (3); Archery Club (2): Dean ' s List (3, I): Oamnia Alpha (3, 4); Honor Roll (3); V.W.C.A. (3. 4); Social Committee (1); Dance Chairman (2). Anne Camilla Washburn Rutherfordton A.B.. Mdlluiinitiis Cornelian; Boot n ' Spur (2, 3); Erlucation Club (4); Recreation Associa- tion (1. 2. 3): Square Dance (1. 2): Square Circle (2, 3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (1. 4): Proctor (3); Ser ' ice League (4); Swimming (1): Westminister Fellowship (3). Ruth Aileen Watkins Troy B.S.. Music Aletlician; Choir (I, 2, 3, I). Secretary (4); Wesley Foundation (1); Music Education Club (2, 3), Treasurer (3); Proctor (1). Kathr-iN I " i- Wavnick Greensboro B.S., Hume Economics Alelheiaii; Hoiiie Economics Club (2. 3. 4); Square Dance (2, 3, 4); Town Students OrRanization (I. 2, 3, 4). Ruth Lane Webb College Park, Ga. A.B,, Sociologrf Dikean; House President (3); Hall Board (2); Class President (4); Class Cheerleader (2); Daisy Chain (2); OutstandinK Senior (4): Golf Club (3); Sociolog) ' Club (4); Who ' s Who (4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4); Proctor (1. 2); Hall Social Chairman (1); Dance Committee (2, 3); Service League (2); Honor Committee (4). Bernice Wechsler New York, N. Y. A,B., History Aletheian; Legislature (4); Carolinian (3); Chemistry Club (1); Dance (Iroup (2, 3, 4) ; Dean ' s List (8. 4) : Honor Roll (2, 3) ; Interfaith Council (21 ; International Relations (1. 2. 3. 4), President (3); Playlikers (1, 2); Tau Psi Omega (3, 4) ; Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Post War Action Committee (4). 86 j? LLiE Vestal Weinel A.B.. Gmmmiir Griitir Etiiirathm Corneliiin; Botany Club (3); Education Clulj (l). Spencer [arian Frenvear Weller .... Rochester, N. Y. A.B.. Hi.iti,ni ami Emjlish ilelpliian: Carolinian (2. 3): Pine Xeedlcs. PliotORraphy Editor (1); onor Roll (1, 2); International Relations (2, 3): Junior Advisor (3); Tau Psi Omega (2, 3. 4) : Proctor (1. 4). ORfiTHv Sue Wells Canton «..S.. Hum, Kiniinmirs Econnmics Club (3); Evelyn M. Wells Jacksonville .1.11.. KnfiliKi, ri.iiicliaii; Clu-riiistrv Club (2. 31 ; (liissical Club (2): Recreation Awo- .•i.ition f2i: . ;.|Uiir.- Daiuc (21; Volley Hall (li; Soflliall (2. 3). Ann Spencer W hite Lexington .■i.U., Soriolofjtf (nrncliMii: Dolphin .Seal Club (3): SiK-iolojty Club (3. 1): V.W.C.A. (1, 4). Marjorii C.rav Whitles- Smithfieid A.H., Soriuli)] ! A ' .lliciMii. Marshal in: Dearrs List (3): .Sociolouy Club (3. 1): Prix-lor (21 : S.putliciii riinfereliee for Human Welfare (II. Margaret Daniel Wilker.son .... Greensboro U.S., Sri-ntarial Atlmiiiistraliim Dik.-an; ll(i(i(ll,r. ,k Cominitlee Chairman (3): Dai.iy Chain (2): Gamma AlphM ci. II ; May Cimrt Cnininitlee (II: Town Sludentj Oreanization (II: V. V(.. , III. Ii: Daii.e Cciiiiiiiillei- II. II: .Service LeaKue (3): .Studcnt- Ka.ultv CinriiidiMii Coniniittec (1). Ella Vircinia Wilkinson Wake Eorest H.S., Srry, Iniiiil Ailiiiinislmli.ni .Mi-lliciaii: Hi.iil .(■ .Spur (II; (iariniia .Mplia Cl. Ii; May (Jucen Mi; Dani-e (liaiiMi.iM Cll; Life SaviiiK II i; HasI.etliall (i. 2. 3. Ii 1i;anni; Will Washington, D. C. A.B.. All Dilcean; Cainliiiian (II: Chevy Chase Junior College (1): Art Club (3. 4); Iiaisy Chain (2): Deans List (31: Recreation Association (3); Dance Committee (3). Hope Willard Sahsbury A.B.. Enolisli (■(irnelian; Hall Board (1. 2): Piue AVcrf M, Literary Editor (4): Church Council (2. 3. 4) ; Dean ' s List (3) ; Honor Roll (21 : Masqueraders (2. 3. 4), President (41: Playlikers (l. 2. 3. 41. President (41: Quill Club (4); Square Circle (H: Dance Committee (2. 3): Arts Foruin Committee (4). Frances Garland Williams Asheville A.R.. Hinl„,iil Dikean: Biltlnore Junior Colleie (I. 21: Botany Club (II: Dean ' s List (3. 41; Education Club (II; Iiileniational Relations (3). Mary Kathryn Williams Cleveland U.S., Horn, ' Ecnnomics Aletbcian; I ' Iciffer Junior College (1. 2); Home Economics Club (3. 4). MARGARET 87 Senior Class of 1947 Fi rs: Rau: »: .ry Susannah « illi; Sa lly Ruth WiMiains Ht, sry C. Wil.on Mi iria ni Elizabeth Wils Seeoad Row. ' Virgi nia Lfc Wilson Be tly Jt-an Witter Fr an :es Lee Wolfe Lucy Louise Wolfe K; alh. rrine H. Wooil Marv Susannah Williams Wilkesboro B.S., Secretarial Administratwn Ailelpllian; Ciirnlinian (3); Ciaiiima Alpha (3. i): V.W.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). Sall ' i- Ruth Williams Thomasville B.S., StirelurUtl Admiiiistratiim Dikean; Sisiii.T Alpha (4): Dean ' s Ltst (3. 4); Education Club (tl: Camilla Alpha (3. n; Kecreation Assti -iation (1. 2); Square Circle (1): V.W.C.A. (1). Mari- G. Wilson Ashevillc B.S.. Hume Erinirin Miriam Elizabith Wilson Greensboro A.B.. (Iniiiiiiiiir (,rrn , Eilunitiiin .-Melhcian; F.dllcatiiin dull 111: V.W.C.A. (1. .1). Virginia Lee Wilson Nebo B.9... itusii- Cornelian; Anherv Club (2); Choir (1, li. 3. 4); Proctor (1); Music Kclucation Club (2. 3. 4). BET ' n ' Jean Witter Winston-Salem A.ti.. Fremh Adelphian: Dean ' s List (3. 4l; Honor Roll (2. 3); Tau INi llnieu-a 13. 4i. Treasurer (41; V.W.C.A. (I. 4). Frances Lee Wolfe Fort Robinson, Nebr. A.B., Malheimilk-s Alctheian; House President (4): Legislature (2); Hall Board (1. S) ; C(i)-.. jmViii, Columnist (2. 3): Dean ' s List (3. 41: Honor Roll (1. 2. 3); .lunior . dvisor (3); Physics Club (31; Square Circle (1. 2. 3. 41. Vice- President (4); Honor Committee (2); Gymnastics (21. Lucy Louise Wolfe State Road BJ ., Miisir Cornelian; Choir (1, 2, 3. 4), Vice-President (4): Church Council (2. 3. 4), Secretary (2), Vice-President (31. President (4); Dean ' s List (3, 4): Honor Roll (2. 3); Interfaith Council (2. 3. 4): Junior . dvisor (3): Vouns Composers Cub (3. 4l; Proctor (11; Arts Forum Cumiiiittee (41; Music Kducation Club (2i. 8U %ine fear At last it s June the munth we lia c li)i)kcd forward to with great cxcite- nieiit, the nn)nth that will hold fond mem- ories of our last days at Woman ' s College. Re- member the feeling we had when the Seniors asked to be excused from the last mass meet- ing and the Juniors ran to fill our vacated seats.- ' Remember how we prayed that it wouldn ' t rain on our May Day as it had done every May Day since we had been in college? We ' ll never forget our Sophomore sisters dressed in white who made up the Daisy Chain ; nor the words of congratulation and hope for the future that were spoken to us by the administrative heads of our Greater Uni- versity. Neither will we forget the long pro- cession, led by the newly-elected Chief Mar- shal, to receive our diplomas in Aycock. Katherine H. Wood Roanoke Rapids . , , . , A.B. Chemislrii Among the days it has to .Vil.lphian. Vice-President (I). ' . Marshal (3); Hall Board " ' " " CiMiiinittee (4); Class Secretary (3J: Chemistry Club (1, 2, Clul) (3J : Recreation Association {1. 2. 3, 4); Square Ci Social Chairman (2) : Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). Jessie Moseley Wooten Biltmore A.B., Uriimmnr Grade Education Cornelian: St. Genevieve-of-tbe-Pines Junior College (1, 2); Dean ' s List (3); Education Club (4); Interfaitli Council (4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4), Council (11; Proctor (3); Service League, Hall Leader (4); Senior Council (4); Hall Board (3). Emma Plummer Wooten Hookerton B.S.. ' ;,„ E,l,n,itl„ll Dikean; Chemistry Club (41; Dih, r;i„i,,, (i); Home Economics Club II, hiMce (1): y.W.C.A. (2); Camp i.Mini.istics (3); Hockey (3); Life i; .Suiiiiining (11; Volley Ball (1); Siiltbilll (31. hemistry Club (41 ; D.h ation Association (;l : ■ Club (I); Archer , I ' : Soccer (2); Spccdhali Basketball ci Hakiuet Alice Wright Black Mountain A.B.. Histnni . .lcli)hi;iii. Mansbal (41: Chemistry Club ' (3); V.W.C.A. (2, 3); Dance Committee (41; Service League (I). Bitty L. Wright Doui lasville, Ga. B..S.. Hnnir F.ruii.uiiirs l.aGrange College (1, 2): Home Economics Club (3. 41: Proctor (4). Mary Edith Young Angier B.S.. Homt ' Economics Alctheian: CaroUniuv (4): Darlinettes (2. 3, 4); Chemistry Club (2): llipiiie Economics Club (1. 2. 3, 4): .Junior .advisor (3); Proctor (1); S»cial Committee (2. 41: Dance C(unniittec (3. 4): Basketball (1. 2). 7 Dai»iie!s for our Senior sisters. The Sheepskin Parade. They bid us farewell. 85 Commencement Program 1947 FRIDAY, MAY 30 9:0n P. M. Senior Class Ball. SATURDAY, MAY 31 10:00 A.M. Art Exhibit Weatherspoon Gallery, Mclver Building 10:00 A. M. Annual Meeting of the Alumnae A.ssociation . . . Alumnae House 4:30 P.M. Senior Class Day Front Campus 8:30 P. M. Guest Performance by Playlikers. SUNDAY, JUNE 1 1 1 :00 A. M. Baccalaureate Sermon Aycock Auditorium Rt, Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D. Bishop oj the Diocese of North Carolina, Raleigh. 5 :00 P. M. Informal Gathering for Seniors, Parents, Alumnae, and Friends Lawn in Front of Chancellor ' s Home 8:00 P. M. Concert by the Greensboro Orchestra and the College Choir — Aycock Auditorium MONDAY, JUNE 2 10:30 A. M. Graduating Exercises Aycock Auditorium The Governor of the State of North Carolina The Representative of the Senior Class The President of the University of North Carolina The Chancellor of Woman ' s College Announcement of Awards Presentation of Diplomas 5K Phi Beta Kappa ne { [ oniaii J i oiieqe -Section of flic Aliplta L iapter ot riGrtli L aroiina OI-FICERS Miss Josephine Hege President Dr. Ruth CoUings Vice-PresidenI Dr. Key L. Barkley Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer Miss Ehzabeth Burroughs Recording Secretary Dr. Richard Bardolph Historian MEMBERS IN COURSE, CLASS OF 1947 Mary Ellen Agnew, Jean Adams, Betty Ray Brimhall, Anne Carter. Nancy Cromer, Patricia Elliott, Florence Glenn, Vera Lovins, Susa n McFadyen, Mary Farthing Mast, Nell Morrison, Betty Jean Pickett, Harriet Poole, Mildred Read, Marie Smith, Gladys Storey, Nell Swaim, Eulalia Tucker, Charlotte Usher, Betty |o Wallis, Frances Wolfe. »1 I— Mary Ruth Fryar, 2— Betty Lou Huffines, 3— Betty Hacker, 4--Anne Dalton, 5— Nancy Jane Anslcy, 6 — Alice Farmer, 7— Lula McGraw Gay, 8— Jeanne Will, 9— Eulalia Tucker, 10— Ruth Watkins, 1 1— Mary Little Hipp, 12— Marian Weller, 13— Mary Graham. 14 — Nell Swaim, 15— Ruth Gray, 16 — Mary and Jane Irvin, 17— Lucy Wolfe, 18— Juanita Henry, 19 — Marie Smith, 20— Sallie Ruth Rich, 21 — Katherine Petar, 22 — Mary Simmons, 23 — Dot Reynolds, 24 — Betty Leonard, 25 — Marie Lattin, 26 — Marilyn Vincent, 27 — Mary Leslie Robertson, 28 — Mary McLaurin, 29 — Julia Rue Parham, 30 — Becky Jones, 31 — Dorothy Gray, 32 — Mary Betty Leigh, 33 — Anita Edgerton, 34 — Lucy Rodgers, 35 — Frances Jordan, 36 — Irene Meekins, 37 — Helen Price, 38 — Jo Mathews, 39 — Polly Pier- son, 40 — Juanita Cox, 41 — Libby Walters, 42 — Mary Louise Mitchell, 43 — Janie Crumpton, 44 — Ruth Poore, 45 — Sara Layton, 46 — Lois Smith, 47 — Jean Keiger, 48 — Helen Miller Klassett, 49 — Prudence Alexander, 50 — Doris Due, 51 — Nancy Cromer, 52 — Margaret Daniel Wilkerson, 53 — Marjorie Jones, 54 — Kay Kelly, 55 — Margaretta Vine, 56 — Judy McLean, 57 — Doris Turner, 58 — Mary Jane Fox, 59 — Helen Kolman, 60 — Anne Hamilton, 61 — Jane Isley, 62 — Betty Hoyle, 63 — Helen Hinshaw, 64 — Marie Moore, 65 — Libby Bass, 66 — Mimi Orr, 67 — Ann Bannerman, 68 — Hilman Thomas, 69 — Mary Lee Lambert, 70 — Rosalyn Nicholas, 71 — Mary Ellen Har- rell, 72 — Martha Moring, 73 — Mary Palmer Hunter, 74— Blair Myrick, 75 — Emma Lou Taylor, 76 — Ruth Webb, 77— Rachel Johnson, 78— Louise Patton, 79 — Mildred Curlee, 80 — Maxine Applewhite, 81— Mary Ann Walker, 82 — Wilma Phelps, 83— Betty Denny, 84 — Dorothy Deal, 85 — Margaret Squier, 86 — Clara Bond, 87 — Virginia McKinnon, 88 — Mary Erma Casper, 89 — Anne Washburn, 90 — Nancy Phifer. y ' ' [.h m T i = = = === == = 7 7 iyu TteeMi " Three Down and One to Co ' Betsy Bulluck President Sue Gaines Secretary Miriam Scott Vice-President Barbara Emanuel Treasurer Dorothy Rabey Cheerleader ♦ 94 We unpacked our black jackets, pulled " Home for Keeps " pictures out of last sprint; ' s storage, and set out for the Corner to look over the new crop of boys at Bert ' s — the junior class had arrived. We towed freshmen around campus and sported tags saying " Ask Me, " counted hours and quality points, took courses with " ideas " and pulled our hair over free-will and determinism. First semester reports took on new sig- nificance, and the P. O. sounded like the Violent Ward of an insane asylum when we got " unlimiteds. " We went to the society dances and whirled by Rosenthal Gymnasium ' s first stag line . . . gave the seniors a glorious dance and had as much fun as they did . . . maybe more because we had another Junior-Senior to dream about. The year ' s end and we ' re on the home stretch — nothing can stop us now! 93 ♦ 1 uPI ?UsiMl Junior Class Vint Raw: Maxine Alexander, Martha B. Allen, Peggy Al- ThhJ Row: Betsy Barnes, Nina Ann Barnes, Ann Barnett, mond, Jane Amos, Caroline Andrews, Gertrude Archer, Jean Barnette, Jean Barry, Shirley Bartenfeld, Janet Basham, Rachel Armstrong, Katherine Arrowood. Mary Elizabeth Bass. SetoiiJ Row: Alma Ruth Arthurs, Frances Ashcraft, Betty Fouilh Row: Doris Batchelor, Mar|Orie Beam, Florence Ruth Austin, Louise Austin, Mary Patsy Bailey, Martha Eliza- Bearden, Rebecca Beasley, Amanda Bell, Beverly Bell, Col- beth Ballard, Emily Ruth Ballinger, Patsy Barnard. lins Bennett, Elizabeth Benson. ; o ' - 9 7 t-n l How: Aurcli.i Benton, Mary Strudwitk Berry, Paula Bird, Mane Blue. .Vc ' i ' W Ron: Mary Alice Blue, Mary Ruth Bodenheimer, Alice Boeluet, Mar aret Bond. Third Ron.- Laurena Booker, Patricia Boren, Minor Boring, Marjorie Boseman. Fo irlh Row: Janice Bosworth, l- ' rances Bow- den, Evelyn Boyd, Helen Boyette. F f h R iw: Margaret Bradley, Margaret Joy Brandenburg, Marjorie Brannock, Janet Breeding. Sixth Ron: Evelyn Briggs, Alice E. Brinkley, Bess Brothers, Peggy Lynn Brown. Seventh Row: Sara Lois Brafcr, iBetty Bry- ant, Elizabeth Badlong, Lital GreyiBulla. 97 ♦ I a. ■? ; -. Ji.m . t C3 l uP fuT UaMi Junior Class First Row: Betsy BuUuck, Susie Bumpass, Emily Frances Third Row: Madge Chaney, Marjorie Chapman, Kathryn Bundy, Mary Carmelita Buquo, Frances Butler, Ozelle Byars, Chason, Rena Lou Cheek, Opal Chester, Mary Evelyn Child- Bettie Byers, Susan Bynum. ers, Emogene Choate, Helen Clark. Second Row: Mary Robert Carland, Dorothy Casey, Patricia Fourth Rote: Margaret Clark, Barbara Ruth Clegg, Mary Cash, Jean Cathey, Rachel J. Cath ey, Martha Causey, Mil- McKeithen Clegg, Peggy Clemmer, Linda Sue Cloer, Geral- dred Causey, Gladys Chambers. dine Cobb, Marjorie Coble, Petsa Cockinos. «»8 i? Vinl Riiu: bctsy Ann Cole, |- ' ranccs Page Coleman, Virginia Coley, Virginia Congle- ton. Second K ' lw: Ann Copley, Hcllen Costas, Thelma Marie Coston, Anne Cothran. Thiid Row: Margaret Covington, Anne Craig, Hilda Cranford, Beatrice Crater. Fourth Row: Edna Crawford, Frances Gray, Esther Cresson, Helen Crocker. F f h Row: Marie Crone, Roma Lee Cross, Theresa D ' Arcy, Jane Brady Daniel. Sixth Row: Derusha Darden, Helen Da- Vault, Audrey Davis, Juanita Davis. Seventh Row: Sarah Jane Davis, LaVerne Decker, Martyvonne Dehoney, Kathleen Del- »» l uP mzTUoMu Junior Class r ' irU Row: Elise DeLozier, Marian Dillon, Roberta Donald- Thi rd Row: Frances Marie Ferguson, Jean Rebecca Ferguson, son, Helen Douglas, Florence Draper, Bobbie Jeanne Dun- Peggy Jean Fincher, Caroline Flack, Jean Flanagan, Jean N. can, Margaret Earles, Sue Eckard. Fleming, Dorothy Flowe, Hilda Folger. Second Ron-: Almeta Edwards, Constance Edwards, Nancy Fourlh Row: Dorothy Foster, Frances Fox, Elizabeth Gaddy, Eifort, Theo Beatrice Elliott, Barbara Emanuel, Nancy Euts- Sue Gaines, Lois Jane Gay, Louise Gibson, Lillian Gilbert, ler, Jeannette Fair, Margaret Ferebee. Idelle Goodman. 100 ' l ' n i Ron:- Margaret Goodrum, Marion Eliza- beth Goodrich, Leila Ann Graham, Margaret Graham. Second Row: Ruth Gregory, Josephine Grif- fin, Jean Griffith, Doris Grinnells. Th nJ Row: Zana Grocme, Allcne Hancock, Miriam Hancock, Louise Harlow. Fotirib Row: Helen Harper, Jeanne Harris, Shirley Harris, Addie Lee Hedgepeth. Fifth Row: Margaret Hedrick, Christine Hendrick, Mary Ellen Henneberger, Rose- mary Herman. Sixth Roil : Lillie Mary Henson, Sadie Hern- don, Doris Anne Higgins, Sylvia Hill. Seventh Row: Ella Marie Hodg XTJell Lanettc Holliday, Marjorie Ho|i Kr, Martha Hollyday. I 101 Ika. P nzTteaMu Junior Class First Row: Jean Slate Holton, Nancy Hope, Margaret Hos- Third Row: Margaret Hyman, Margaret Ike, Alice Ingram, kins, Isabel Howard, Jean McNeil Howard, Lola Howell, Patsy Ingram, Dorothy Isley, Mary Ivey, Nancy Jeffrey, Ann Mary Lois Howell, Maryann Huddleston. Hoover Johnson. Second Row: Margaret Hudson, Sally Hudson, Mildred ro irth Row: Margaret Johnson, Mary Byrd Johnson, Laura Huggins, Martha Ann Hull, Helen Dunn Hunter, Rita Ann Johnston, Claire Jones, Eloise Jones, Iris Jean Jones, Hunter, Ann Elizabeth Hurst, Ruby Hyder. Mary Fields Jones, Rosanna Jones. ♦102 p- ? I ' lrsl Row: Vivian Jonlan, Bcrnicc Kaplin, Neal Kc-etcr, Alite Keistcr. Sc ' i- ' ind Row: Elaine Kelly, Janet Kendritk, Jane Key, Katherine Kin . Third Row: Jean Kirkman, Elizabeth Kit- trell, Martha Ann Kluttz, A nes Knull. Foinlb Ron: Agnes Marie Kuehl, Margaret D. Lamason, Jane LaGier. Josephine Lasater. nflh Row: Catherine Lattimore, Faye Laugh- ton, Verna Lee, Hilda Lester. .9 .V ) Roil-: Jacquelyn Letcher. Fannie Lou Lewis, Margie Belle Lewis, Nancy Linvillc. Seienlh Row: Betsy Lippard, Mafy irginia Little, Adith Lloyd, AnVia Lundiert. -X, lO.t o l uiPi 7 t£jiiMi4 Junior Class First Row: Rebecca Lyerly, Mary Vance McAdams, Sara Mc- Adams, Ada Sue McBane, Nancy McBane, Mary Black Mc- Bryde, Virginia McCorkle, Isabel McDonald. Third Row: Ruth Macy, Josephine Maddrey, Muriel Mag- nant, Katharine Malloy, Mary Louise Manley, Louise Martin, Sue Martin, Myrle Mason. Second Row: Sylvia McGee, Ruth McGehee, Alice McGil- vary, Elizabeth McKinney, Geraldine McKinney, Elizabeth McNairy, Helen McNaull, Billie McNeely, Fourth Row: Elvira Massengill. Sybil Matthews, Lilian Max- well, Anne Meador, Marjorie Memor) ' . Katina Michaels, Dorotha Lou Miller, Patsy Ruth Miller. 104 •Vn Ron:- Hi.-tty Rush Miltlicll. Jane Mitchell, Gladys I ' oust Mizcll, Lena Rivers Money. SeconJ Riiw: Eloisc Moon, (Carolyn Webb Moore, Doris Moore, Meade Moore. ThirJ Row: Jule More, Lois Morin, Rose Morton, Joan Moyer. Fouflh Roiv: Louise Muessen, Ruth Murphy, Mary Nell Murray, Betty Lou Nance. Fijlh Row: Carlita Nasslinger, Mildred Nev- ille, Lois Newman, Elaine Ncble. S .vZ i Ron: Mary Jo Noble. Helen Norman, Frances Norris, Martha Northcott. Seieiilh Row: Marjorie Jean O ' Brien, Georgia Ol lOJ ll(jiP yVL7t£jexi u Junior Class ¥irst Roiv: Elizabeth Osborne, Nancy Osteen, Mildred Pal- Third Row: Marjorie Pearlstine, Nancy Pease, Calvine Pe- mer, Susanne Park, Lillian Parker, Mary Elizabeth Parker, gram, Doris Penland, Elaine Penninger, Jean Peters, Iris Allene Parks, Barbara Parrish. Ann Peterson, Carolyn Pleasants. Second Row: Eva Ruth Parrish, Georgianna Pate, Nona Fomih Row: Sara Madge Poole, Jeanne Pope, Joyce Posson, Pate, Jean Patterson, Lunelle- Patterson, Nancy Patterson, Anne Elizabeth Price, Jane HadJon Pruitt, Helen Queen, Louise N. Payne, Florence W. Pearl. Grace Quinn, Dorothy Rabey. 10(» IB I V hrr] .,j; I V rin Ron: Mary Elizabeth Rabey, Iris Ragan, l-ritzie Raymoml, Elhelyn Reabcn, SecrniJ Row: Nancy Ridcnhour, Hilda Ridge, Mary Virginia Rigsbec, Ada Doris Robbins. Third Row: Fayc Roberts, Faela Robinson, Adeline Rogers, Nancy Romcfelt. Fourth Row: Gladys Rowland, Jean Russell, Elizabeth Sanders, Miriam Pate Scott. Fijih Row: Helen Seawell, Margaret Shamer, Betty Lou Sharpe, Audrey Shelley. S Mh Row: Helen Shoaf, Ann Shuffler, Mary Ellis Shuler, Nancy Jane Siff. Setenth Ron: Malinda Sigmon, Mary Jane Siler, Catherine Simmon4ts[acWfe Sims. i ' 0 107 c3 l uPM TtejuMu Junior Class First Row: Dorothy Sisk, Myra Slagle, Conand Smith, Doro- Third Row: Geneva Stafford, Hazel Stephenson, Dorothea thy E. Smith, Helen Millicent Smith, Lois Adalaide Smith, Lou Stewart, Margaret Stewart, Ellen Stirewalt, Juanita Marjorie Smith. Patsy Smith. Stone, Jean Stor)-, Frances Kissell Suggs. SecoiiJ Rnw: Revalene Smith, Sara Loui.se Smith, Anna- Foiirlh Row: Marue Summerlin, Rachel Swaim, Alberta belle Snoddy, Annie Ruth Snyder, Jo Ann Snyder, Elaine Swaim, Anna Mae Swain, Julia Rebecca Talley, Betty Jane Solomon, Nancy Souther, Frances Stafford. Taylor, Mildred Taylor, Mary Belle Teague. ' 108 7 l ' n l Riiir: Rosalie ' leithinan, Laura E. Tcr- nil. D.iplinc ' riii pin, Liliu Earlc Thomas. Secriiid Row: Emmalcne Thomas, An c-linc Thompson, Ann Thompson, Hillic Carolyn Thompson. Third Row: Katherine Thompson, Marietta i Thompson, Wilma Frances Thompson, Betty Sue Tiiley. Fourtli Row: Annette Tilson, Mildred Til son, Ruth Tilson, Anne Dean Tucker. Piflh Row: Shirley Tunstall, Marie Battle Turner, Mary Elizabeth Tuttle, Margaret Ty- son. Sixlh Row: Ann Marie Upchurch, Catherine Upchutch, Lillian Ward Vance, Jewell Vann. Seventh Row: Marybelle Vad : p tt)n, Nan- cy Wagoner, Charlesanna WalWi Rebecca Walker. 10» 7A£ Pi ?Zctu£ Junior Class First Row: Maxine Walters, Fannie Kate Ward, Mary Ward- ThiiiJ Row: Catherine Wilhide, Birshal Williams, Nell Wil- rup, Peggy Sue Weir, Joyce West, Annie Duke Wheless, liams, Margaret Wilson, Mary Ruth Wilson, Frances Win- Barbara White, Dorothy Gay White. ston, Betty Wolfe, Susan Ann Womack. Second Row: Josie Marie White, Mary- Ann White, Sarah Foiirlh Row: Rebecca Worsley, Virginia Wright, Esther Jane White, Ruth Whitfield, Jean C. Whitener, Norma Marie Yarborough, Marian Young, Rose Zimmerman. Whitney. Elizabeth Whittenton, Wilma Wilfong. » ilO DRY in RRD DRY OUT — Jnoie who Mr. Orville Cainpbrll. H.ad of News Bureau; Miss Margaret Johnson, Secretary. Miss Marjorie Hood. Head of Library Circulation Department Mr. J. M. Sink. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. Miss Edna Forney, Assistant Treasu Miss Ethel Butler, Manager of College Book Store. Miss Lois Filch, Postmistress. Ill uthina can nappen at w.c. l ' i and often cloed! 113 ♦ l uPMtiT eaMu " Time UJill Teir Jan Shore President June Holtzendorf Vice-President Beth Clapp Cheerleader Martha Fowler treasurer Betsy Umstead Secretary 114 Uppeiclassmeii we called ourselves proudly, remembering the freshman quadrangle with vague nostalgia. We held important offices on campus and began to get the feeling that we were helping to run Woman ' s College. We marched through the dining halls in our new, blue jackets singing lustily, " Onward, senior class of ' 49 " . . . argued earnestly about religion, free love, environment and heredity . . . thought if we took all the courses in the catalogue we might know some of the answers . . . boosted our college to hometown Legislature members, dreamed about a new laundry and a chapel . . . dabbled in electives and came out with a major — a department to brag about to other col- lege people. In short, we dug in and took firm roots at Woman ' s College. We were the Forty-Niners, and we ' d graduate or bust! 115 Sophomore Class l viP yuTUjBxe u SeMeJ: Edith Adams, Marian E. Adams, Ruth Slociim Alexander, Eve Ann Allen. Mary Tanner Allen, Sarah Allison, Jean Allred, Mary Elizabeth Anderson, Barbara Aposto- lacus, Lucy Arnold, Bernice Austin, Esther Bagwell, Antoinette Barbour. Kneeling: Betty Janet Barbour, Margaret Elizabeth Barnes, Mary Stewart Earnhardt, Amerylis Barringer, Frances Barwick, Margaret Beaman, Jacquelyn Beasley. SlJi JJng: Pattie Doris Bell, Gertrude Bender, Aileen Blackwelder, Betty J. Blackwelder, Iris Bost, Mary Louise Bostian, Wanda Bowen. The Pine Needles 116 W. C. U. N. C. ' - p Seated: Elizabeth Ann Bowles, Nancy L. Boyd, Betty Bradford, Kathleen Braswell, Rena Bray, Elizabeth Barden Bremer, Jo Ann Brimhall, Cathleen Brinson, Gervis Carolyn Broughton, Betty Louise Brown, Sara Lou Brown. Kneeling: Ruth Bryant, Jewel Buije, Elsie Gray Burke, Mildred Deaton Burnett, Barbara Byrd, Betty Gene Caison. Slandnig: Margaret L. Carnero|n KiA VZi bell, Cleo Cannady, Anne G Margaret Gavin. anhpbell, Carolyn Campbell, Nancy Hill Camp- to| B y Jane Carr, Evelyn Carter, Mar) ' Ruth Carter, of Nineteen Forty-Six 117 Sophomore Class l uP T lojiMu Sealed: Mary Ann Chamberlain, Polly Chandler, Dorothy A. Charles, Dorothy Cheney, Parthenia Chitty, Elizabeth B. Clapp, Joyce Clayton, Amelia Cloninger, Martha M. Coates, Elizabeth Coble, Marilyn Cohn. Kneeling: Lucia CoUarte, Elizabeth Ann CoUett, Frances Lee Cornwell, Mary Covington, Claudine Cox, Frances Craven. Standing: Miriam Crohn, Marjorie Crow, Anne Crumpler, Lora Crutchfield, Helen Culbreth, Joy Culbreth, Cirolyn Culpepper, Elizabeth Lee Cunningham, Lydia Geraldine Curlee. The Pine Needles ii» W. C. U. N. C. j 7 Seated: Barbara Cutright, Barbara Dalton, Mary Anne Daniel, Carol Ann Daniels, Betty Lou Davis, Gloria Lee Davis, Nina Davis, Susan Dawson. Sarah Denny, D. [uanita DesChamps, Mary Frances DeVane. Kneeling: Evelyn DeWitt, Gay DkterMfi, Jane Dickerson, Eleanor Dillard Slaiidmg: Mary Gardner DillarjCMndrea Dineen, Patsy Dixon, Mary Helen Dobson, Margaret Anne Donald, Mary lUre Doah U, Glenna Duncan. Bett) ' Dunn, Frances Nell Easter, Barbara Edinger. of Nineteen Forty-Six 119 ♦ Sophomore Class 1 u Pi u TteaMu Seiitcil: Martha Egcrton, Louise Eichhorn, Frances Ellinger, Agnes Ellen, Viola Enter- mille, Blanche Eure, Ann Eiitsler, Jean Evans, Marjorie Evans, Rae Marie Evans, Doris Kneeling: Margaret Faison, Patty Ann Fardette, Myrtle Farrell, Betty Flowe, SiMiding: Christine Foil, Ann Forbes, Mildred Ford, Mary Hurst Forney, AUuwee Fox, Helen Francis, Alice Franck, Wilma Fullerton, Nancy Beam Funderburk, Frances Furr, Betty Jo Gabriel, Flo Gallagher. The Pine Needles W. C. U. N. C. " Z SeiileJ: Martha Jane Garris, Margaret Gaston, Katliryn Gates, Mrs. Ann M. Genden, Betty Jo Gentry, June Gilbert, Mary Angelyn Giles, Ruth Gill, Lois Gene Glass, Gabrieile B. Goode, Peggy Goodman. Kneeling: Sally Ann Goodwin, Virginia Gravatt, Elizabeth Irene Graves, Elizabeth Graybeal, Ruth Greer. Standing: Colleen Gregory, Mary Griffin, Eleanor Griffith, Eva Griffith, Corinne Grims- ley, Eldene Grogan, Martha Guion, Jean Gulick, Caroline Gulledge, Thelma Gunnerson, Patricia Haines, Mar ' Thomas Haithcock. of Nineteen Forty-Six 121 Sophomore Class lluPi T ' lasMi Sealed: Doris Hall, Ethel Marie Hall, Dorothy Hand, Mary Frances Hamrick, Marian Hand, Marilyn Handley, Betty Jane Harrison, Minna Harrison, Ida Margaret Hart, Rachel Hartgrove, Candace Hatsell. Kneeling: Elizabeth Hawes, Thelma Mae Hayes, Mary Ann Hege, Bertha Hemmings, Eunice Hepler. Standing: Anne Elizabeth Hester, Joan Hill, Jean Hilton, Mary Jane Hobbs, Paulina Hodgson, L. Adele Holman, Emma Spicer Holmes, Jane Holt, June HoltzendortT, Mary Anne Hooper, Vail Hope, Mary Helen Hord. The Pine Needles 132 W. C. U. N. C. 7 Seated: Betty Hough, Lillie Frances Howard, Nancy Hubbard, Sara Frances Howell, Mary C. Huske, Catherine Ingram, Sally Irvin, Eloise Jacobi, Elizabeth James, Helene Jacobs. Kneeling: Lucy Page Johns, ! y Ann Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Celeste Johnston. 9m SUtiiding: Jean Elizabeth ' JWftHston, Martha Jonas, Janet Jones, Shirley Joyncr, Bertha Kaplan, Bobbie Lee Kee r, AfenV Kelly, Nancy Kendall, Frances Winston Kenney. of Nineteen Forty-Six 123 Sophomore Class 1 u Pc u Tt exiJ , Seated: Mary Ellen Knight, Mary Lou Koeplin, Roberta Koster, Sidney Landon, Betsy Ross Larimore, Gladys Lee, Adelaide Lennon, Iva Marie Lennon, Doris Leonard, Betty Lewis. Kneeling: Elizabeth Linson, Sarah Alice Lcckwood, Rita Loeb, Deane Lomax. Slanding: Carolyn Long, Mrs. Kathleen M. Loomis, Patsy Lowe, Martha Luther, Patricia Luther, Madelyn McArn, Ruth McBrayer. Lucille McCallum, Ina Mae McCants. The Pine Needles W. C. U. N. C. j Sealed: Marilyn McCollum, Rachel MtCormick, Laura L. McDougald, FreJa McDonald, Janice McFalls, Ann Mtlver, Mary Elizabeth McKee, Neva McLean, Willis Ann MtLeod, Fay McMillan. Kneeling: Patsy McNeill, RosaUndMcQuague, Frances Ann Marsh, Nelle Marston, Effie Senn Mason. Slanding: Mary Louise Ivfasi Miller, Georgia Miller, Al of Nineteen Forty-Six athiasen, Janis Medlin, Rachel Meigs, Carolyn Mary Mills, Margaret Motfitt, Sylvia Moody. 125 Sophomore Class = 1 ;%tt TtejiMi Sealed: Barbara Moore, F. Carolyn Moore, Johnsie Moore, Louise Moore, Margaret Alice Moore, Mary Helen Moore, B. Jean Morgan, Sarah Morris, Louise Morton, Virginia E. Neighbors, Nancy Newell, Marianne Niven, Joyce Oberman. Kiieel iii;: Eloise O ' Briant, Faye O ' Briant, Celeste Orr, Elizabeth Anne Osborne, Dorothy W. Page. Standing: Ruth Park, Ann Parker, Joyce Parker, Mary Patrick, Jean Paylor, Myrle Payne, Jean B. Peal, Mary Etta Pearsall, Gertrude Peppel, Jane Carolyn Perry, Sally Perry, Sofia P. Fetters. The Pine Needles ♦ 126 W. C. U. N. C. i ' Sealed: Carolyn Phillips, Elizabeth Phillips, Nell Ray Phillips, Patricia Pierson, Nancy Pickard, Marie Pinnix, Betty Pitts, Devora Poliakoff, Hazel Poole, Betty Ray Poplin, Helen Powell, Marilyn Preisinger, Alice Price. Kiieel iig: Blair Price, Cecilia P e, Jean Proffitt, Mary Jean Pyatt, Walenah Quinerly. Slanding: Virginia Rabil, Anne ' Riiford, Frances Rainey, Frances Ramsey, Ada Lee Randall, Betsy Raper, Carolyn Raulfsl Mary-Anne Raywid, Suzanne Reagan, Evelyn Reavis, Dorothy Mills. of Nineteen Forty-Six Sophomore Class l uP ?tl!IiM SeMed: Miriam Reilley, Roberta Ridge, Jacqueline Rigsbee, Mary Anne Robinson, Lor- raine Doris Robert, Winifred Rodgers, Ethel Lee Romines, Betty Lou Ross, Jeanne R. Rothenberg, Jacqueline Routh, Jean Royal, Dorothy Sale. Kneeling: Dorothy Sampson, Evonnc Sanders, Gray Sanders, Elizabeth Scott. Standing: Virginia Scribner, Ruth Sellers, Hazel Sessoms, Anclia Shannon, Hilda Sharkey, Bernice Sharpe, Lula Shepherd, Nancy E. Shepherd, Jan Shore. The Pine Needles 12» W. C. U. N. C. ' - ps Seated: Susan Shore, Carolyn Sides, Rachel Simmons, Frances Sinclair, Kate Florence Slagle, Elizabeth L. Sloan, Margaret Sloan, Imogene Smith, Lois Adele Smith, Lois Ruth Smith, Mary Elizabeth Smith, Betsy Faye Snell, Catherine Spearman. Kneeling: Juanita Spencer, Margaret Spencer, Norma Spencer, Martha Starnes, Leila Stephens. Standing: Sally Sternau, Bonnie Stonestreet, Jane Stratton, Faith Strother, Bett) ' Jane Stroupe, Billie Suttcpn, Dorothy Swicegood, Elizabeth Snydor, Janie Moye Taylor, Maud Taylor, Sarah Taylo|; -y Df Nineteen Forty-Six 129 ♦ Sophomore Class IkjiP mjL UjeMu Sealed: Nina Teague, Alice Thacker, Doris Je.in Thomas, Lois J. Thomas, Mary Jane Thomas, Margaret Thompson, Jean Thrower, Lucy Irene Tinsley, Mary Elizabeth Trol- linger, Doris Tucker, Ellen Tucker, Betsy C. Umstead, Gloria Van Dyke. Kneeling: Evelyn Vannoy, Ruth Wagcnfeld, Belle- Wagstaff, Helen Anne VCall. Lovelace Waller. Standing: Joycelyn Ruth Walters, Nina Walton, Jacquelyn Ward, Phyllis Wardrup, 11a Warren, Florence Watson, Virginia Weir, Martha M. Wells, Mildred Wells, Peggy Knox. The Pine Needles W. C. U. N. C. j Sctited: Barbara Carol Westmoreland, Martha Westmoreland, Jean Wheeler, Jean Whitcomb, Anne White, Marjorie White, Elmira Whitley, Carolyn Wilkinson, Char- lotte Willard, Gay Williams, Jean Williams, Mabel Wilson, Betty Winecoff. Kneeling: Sallie Wingfield, Ma j WWise, Phyllis Wise, Elinor Woltz, Carolyn Wood. Standing: Reba Woodard, S, Wyche, Phyllis Carolyn Reeves ifa Mino Woodhull, Iris Wo rley, Marj ' Worthini;ton, Jane Jard, safan vn i wood Wyche, Phyllis Wylie, Francel YehWKin, Kathryn Young, Elizabeth Waldenmaier, Mar)- f Nineteen Forty-Six 131 « = 1 u. Phu TteeMi. " Just Give Us Time " Alyce Bruin, Cheerleader; Barbara Moomau, President; Becky Blani enship, Secretary; Oriana McArthur, Vice-President; Edith LaBruce, Treasurer. :»2 iMcshnicn are " ea er " said the wise and somewhat wc.iry seiiitir, and we choiLised back " Of course, how else could we t;et to be sophomores? " We memorized tlic rule book, t;ot lost in Mclver basement, learned the intricacies of checkini; out reserve books, wrote torrid love letters on Rat Day and paid our respects to Charles Duncan Mclver with a toothbrush, ran down faculty and BWOC ' s for Ci ry news stories, donned blue jeans and blistered our hands on the ropes backstage of Aycock, elected class officers and representatives to Legislature, raked leaves and collected scrap paper, made ac- cjLiaintance with Miss Moxley — all this we did between History and Spanish and Hygiene. Then the year was over and when we said goodby to the senior, she leaned over and whis- pered, " Little eager people, Woman ' s College couldn ' t have done without you. " And we smiled back, " Don ' t worry; we ' ll be here until the turn of the century. " 133 Bailey Hall F ;-.( Row: Nancy Alger, Joyce Bailey, Martha Baldwin, Virginia Baughman, Robbie Best, Kathiyn Bobbitt, Bernice Bron- stein, Alice Mae Brumfield, Mary Lynn Brunson, June Chandler, Helen Connelly. • Second Row: Eleanor Cothran, Dorothy Cowdery, Patricia Cunning, Ann Davis, Nancy Lee Davis, Kathleen Edens, Margaret Ellen, Margaret Felton, Elizabeth Elynn, Charlotte Ford, Julia Gabai. • ThirJ Row: Marie Harkey, Sadie Rae Harrison, Dorothy Hill, Martha Hinson, Anne Hughes, Kate Hunter, Barbara Jeffries, Louise Johnson. F rsl Row: Sara Johnson, Norma Lee Kraus, Sally Lawson, Katie Lihn, Mildred Lowrey, Mary Julia Lucas, Elinor McNair, Shirley Mahan, Lois Marshall, Peggy Louise Martin, Martha Miller, Patsy Miller, Marilyn Moaller, Marian Moss. • Second Row: Vera Muhlmann, Emma Musselman, Dorothy Parks, Blanche Parrott, Rebecca Ramsey, Margaret Redman, Jacqueline Roscoe, Ruby Rumley, Alma Sabiston, Eleanor Senter, Mary Shepherd, -Betty Shuler. • Third Row: Letty Slaughter, Mary Louise Tomlin, Vivian Trevathan, Betsy Lea Ware, Mary Whelan, Elizabeth Whitaker, Marjorie Williams, Louise Winstead, Betty Woodward. 7A£ P mz ?Uej£jk, JW ( »SM :.; v .• Gray Hall F Vi7 i?o;r; Nina Beatrice Abernathy, Beula Actcer, Freda Mae Arnold, Cecelia Ramona Austin, Maro Carolina Berry, Evelyn Bender, Louise Birchett, Becky |o Blankenship, )une Bost, Dorothy Irene Boyette, Elizabeth Bradley, Ann Bratford, Robe ta-. Brockman, Alice Brown, Alice Bruin, Ruth Elizabeth Bryson, Martha Burke, Dora Sue Callahan, Allein Carson, Mildjred t Coble, Joan Cox, Margaret Creech, Marian Crouch. • Second Row: Frances Davis, Peggy Dejure, Wilnia DeVoe, CaroWn Elaine Drum, Katherine Ann Dunning, Evelyn Economous, Margharetta Eldridge, Mary Elliott, Betty Ervin, Isabel Carolina Eutsler, Nancy Farrington, Joan Ferguson, Mona Fay Fipps, Betty Jo Foley, Sarah Gray, Honore Hedrick, Ruth Helsebackj Dorothy Henderson, Martha Wenninger, Margaret Sarah Herr. • Third Row: Joan Huse, Evelyn Hutchinson, Betty Ingramj Margaret Ingram, Aileen Irwin, Inge Jacobson, Lydia James, Joyce Jefferson, Haroldine Katz, Beatrice Anne Kimsey, Juarjita Lawrence, Margaret Lewis. Virsl Row: Alma Grey Lilley, Mary Elizabeth Lyons, Valerie Macpherson, Francine Mellon, Betty Jane Mitchell, Melrbse Moore, Florence Morrill, Carleen Moulder, Allene Neal, Jacqueline Oliver, Orlean Pate, Leah Phelps, Elcanore Pitts, Ra mona Pons, Nancy Porter, Clyde Pridgen, Jacqueline Reynolds, Mary Rock. • SecoiiJ Row: Barbara Sanderj , , Janice SaSser, Mary Lela Saunders, Betty Stezer, Frances Shiver, Jean Smith, Lula Stanback, Frances Stephenson, Charlotte ' Stern, Hflttie Louise Strother, Shirley Swift, Shirley Taylor, Hattie Thigpen, Margaret Thigpen, Betty Thomas, Nancy TJToil pson, Sylvia Thompson. • Tb ' trd Row: Eunice Tipton, Betsy Tyson, Jane Vaughn, Mary Lou Vines, Sue Waring, Josephiflie Weiss, Eliia ' beth Westmoreland, Jean Williams, Sarah Anna Williams, Sarah M. Williams, LaVerne Witmer, Naomi Woodworth Wooten, Shirley Young, Phyllis Yuder. P Coit Hall l- ' rsl Ron: Ina Albert, Caroline Allen, Ruth Barefoot, Margaret Bariowe, Joan Berrier, Joyce Betts, Georgia Blackwell, Mary Blevins, Mary Boosalis, Ellen Bush, Flora Cameron, Bobbie Cannon, June Carter, Sue Carter, Joan Champion, Pastora Chase, Nancy Copley, Peggy Coppala, Carolyn Cross, Jeane C rouser, Eve Davidowitz, Dolly Davis, Imogene Denbo. • Second Row: Maydawn DeVoe, Audrey Donnan, Jeanne Dunathan, Sarah Anne Eaton, Louise Erickson, Jacqueline Mae Falls, Jean Farley, Barbara Faucett, Patricia Fisher, Margery Fleishman, Georgia Fox, Marilyn Ann Garver, Anita Gates, Margaret Gil- lespie, Lynda Gilliam, Elizabeth Gottschall, Flelen Greenberg, Katharine Harriss, Doris Harrison, Marilyn Hill, Tildi Hoitt, Priscilla Hobson. • Th rJ Ron: Marilyn Hoke. Frances Hollis, Louise Horner, Patricia Hunsinger, Virginia Ingram, Lyneil James, Janice Jarrard, Margaret Jeffries, Mildred Jester, Barbara Keller, Nancy Keller, Ruth Kestner, Joan King, Betty Jean Kluttz, Beulah Ray Knox. First Row: Reba Lee, Pauline Lewis, Sarah Lewis, Jane Lion, Katherine Loughead, Suzanne Lundgren, Barbara Lunsford, Louise Lyon, Ann Mackintosh, Jane Macrae, Naomi Marrus, Katherine Marshall, Constance Miller, Marian Morris, Mar- garet Moynahan, Nancy McCall, Elizabeth Newman, Sally Ogilvie, Mary Alice Pappas, Jo Ann Pegg. • Second Row: Jean Peters, Vivian Pitt, Emma Lou Presley. Katherine Quick, Betty Anne Rader, Lettie Reynolds, Lucille Rieley, Mary Romefelt, Gladys Rowe, Evelyn Ruspini, Patricia Scharlin, Betty Secunda, Mary Shackleford, Marie Shaw, Marilyn Shaw, Medora Shad- den, Shirley Shepherd, Mary Shuler, Mildred Sinclair. • Third Row: Eleanor Skeels, Jo Ann Stewart, Virginia Stover, Estelle Suddreth, Marilyn Sutphen, Eloise Tanner, Sylvia Thomann, Virginia Thompson, Ann Tinkler, Anne Westwood Tolar, Jane Trogdon, Betty Tuttle, Ines Urdaneta, Muriel Vail, Doris Walker, Jeanne Weaver, Alice Wilson, Frances Woodall. 7 uP ?tmM Gotten Hall Firit Rot: : Marilyn Ji rd.in, Patsy Adams Jcirdan, X ' ilma Lillian King, Mildred Pauline Kyzer, Edith LaBruce, Jean Anne Lambert, Frances Ann Leathers, Rebecca Ann Lluyd, Daisy Alice Loud, Jovce Lillian Ludwig, Betty Eunice McAdams, Jane McAdams, Oriana McArthur, Carol Letitia Mc iy, Alston McKeithan, Betty Jean McNairy, Jean " McNcely, Helen Mamber, Jean Hildebrand Marrow, Bctr ' Jean Marshburn, Wyndall Grace Mason. • S coiiJ Row: Ellen Metz, Eva illler, Barbara Thorne Moomau, Nurry Ann Nixon, Elizabeth Janet Norman, Penelope George Pantelokos, Joyce Cecelia Parker, Mary Elizabeth Payne, Betty Pike Phillips. Helen PiUey, Mary Ann Preston, Peggy Lee Renegar, Susie Waugh Riddle, Claudia Ann Rogers, Ann Elizabeth Royster, Edwyna Lee Russell, Betty Jean Sanders, Katherine Amelia Schrum, Marjorie Morilla Shamel, Joanne Shoemaker, Nell Fleming Siceluff. • ThirJ Rou: Adelaide Virginia Sigmon, Davilla Smith, Evalyne Dunkin Smith, Alice Spencer, Sara Jean Stacy, Barbara Sternbergac Betty Jane Teague, Jean Teague, Winifred Thompson, Jane Tomlinson, Ann Denny Varner, Emma Faye West, Shirley Eudora Williams, June AnnaK ilson, Kitty Wray, Barbara Young. S First Row: Mary Henry Anderson, Zalene Allen Angier, Mary Jo Archer, Emily Alspaugh Atkins, Janet Shaw Bachman, Mary Ann iile, B2l9nl ' 0fi rlcos, Mary Benson. Virginia Rae Bertholf. Helen Bishop, Mary Frances Bowles. Barbara Ann Brown. Mary Elizabeth Buchanan, Man ffi erfr fiSSM-i Fair Caldwell, Virginia Caldwell, Sallie Moore Calvert. N.incy Reid Ca beth Connolly, Elisabeth Fore Crawford, Frances Gary Davis, Sara Loui ipbell, Jo Ann Carpenter, Rita Guilmette Clarke, Patrici, Debnam. • ScivriJ Run: Evelyn Marguerite Dobbii Barbara ' Eji s, Btlty Lou Dougla ,-4 i Jackson Eason, Jane Briscoe Edmunds, Lillian Eichenbaum, Ruth Patton Ellis, Margaret Everett, Jean Gwendolyn Featherstone, BlirBara Ann Felit - fein Evelyn Fisher, Eulene Marie Fisher, Patricia Haden Gary, Sarah Modean Glenn, Mary Elizabeth Goldsmith, Dorothy rzab th Gracher, Bett5= ,jne Greene, Nancy Greenlee, Dorothy Carolyn Gritfin, Anne Louise Grinnells. • Third Rou-: Nancy Gutknecht, Rebecca Hurt Haf ia ai-, Edna Lee Harper. Mary Fay Haskins, Jane Henley Head, Helen Ann Hilton, Sarah Leach Holland, Mary McDonald Holmes, Mary Ruth Hord fete Home, Mary Jane House, Patricia Anne Hubbard, Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson, Betty Adele Jacobs, Rosemary Jacobs, Nancy Ann Jones, Nellie Lindbergh Jones. i ' Freshman Town Students Pirsi Row: Barbara Wagoner, Ruth Elliott, Jeaneane Crawford, Edith Leigh. • SecoiiJ Ran : Marie Vestal, Joanne Brantley, Betty Rosenberg, Peggy Ann Kerr, Norma Whedbee. Freshman Commission First Row: Alyce Bruin, Katie Lihn, Joan Champion, Patricia ' Fisher. • Second Ron-: Joan Ferguson, Jane Head, Barbara Moomau, Norma Whedbee, Eleanor Rigney. l uP T iUiM f at Jjai ' i " The Day Of HII Days Rat D.iy — the day freshmen dread and the day sophomores look for- ward to with the memory of last year fresh in their minds. On that day, green- eyed freshmen, sans make-up, their hair in masses of pigtails, their clothes in the colors of their respective societies, their books in pillowcases, are at the mercy of the upperclassmen. They clean upper- classmen ' s rooms, carry their books, write hoards of love-letters, and chant laundry card list s to popular tunes. They brush the teeth of the Mclver statue, propose to professors, and do anything else the " cruel " upperclassmen suggest. Did I say suggest ? — I mean command ! 1 ' ■fp- r Fund Followers. Mary Whelaii aii l Vera Nuhl- iiian collapse after hopping 5 (?) miles on one foot. " Allah " — quoth the Fresh- men as ihev salaant before Presidents Buwen and Mor- ing. 139 " Time to Take a Letter " Mary Louise Daniels President Linda Boyd treasurer Mary Lou Streater Vice-President Margaret Griffin Secretary ♦140 Four in one has been our motto — jamming years into months, weeks into days, and hours into minutes — a tight squeeze. The Ad Building was our second home, and we spent furious afternoons typing symbols into neat letters, exploring the intricacies of office machines, and learning that bookkeeping is an art, not a skill. We haunted Mclver third floor for hygiene classes, discovered insides we didn ' t know we had, and puzzled over the way ophthalmia looked in shorthand. We did not escape Phys. Ed. and mourned our figures in shapeless blue. Dances were stolen leisure — gay slices of time — remembered when the orchids were dry rattles in green florist boxes. There were no stray moments, but somehow we found time for bull sessions and hours of doing nothing with people we liked. We were freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in one. We played a trick on time and got a headstart in this business of life. HI Commercial Class = 1 oL P TieaM Second Row: Isabel Anderson, Dorothy B ailey, Mary Imogene Beck, Alice Boyd, Linda Boyd, Catherine Beulah Brit- tain, Mary Decie Brower, Janet Bruner, Betty Lou Bryant, Sara Jean Bumgarner, Julia Bynum, Elizabeth Mae Cade. Piiil Row: Dorothy Sue Campbell, Katherine Cornelia Champion, Katherine Chauncey, Emma Cheek, Nancy Jose- phine Cheek, Virginia Coble, Carolyn Laverne Cooke, Jean Neal Covington, Virginia Mae Cox, Betty Jean Craddock, Peggy Crawford. T mJ Row: Mary Louise Daniels, Doris Louise Dawson, Pauline DeHart, Claudia Jean Dent, Nancy Douglas. Julia Josephine Grady, Margaret A. Griffin, Lyndele Ferguson, Imogene Hammer, Elizabeth Ann Hall, Mary Harlan, Kathleen Harris. ♦ 1 12 AiitK- H.inis, Patricia Anne Harris, Pauline Helms, Margaret Hemmings, Mary Lou Hcmmings, Edna Hemphill, Lois Herman, Betty Jane Hill, Jean Humphrey, Jewel Hyatt, Doris Johnson, Jane Eloise Johnson, Mabel |ohn- son, Betty Jones, Margaret Ann Jones. Second Row: Marice Katz, Vivian Kelly, Kathryn Kester, Marie Kinny, Valeria Knott, Barbara Landrum, Frances Leavitt, Martha Ann Lee, Sara Lewis, Barbara Jean Lindsay, Dorothy Elizabeth Littleton, Betty Jean Long, Josephine Lynch. Third Row: Nell McNairy, Margaret Macklin, Billie Jean Miller, Margaret Morgan, Mary Vivian Morgan, Melba Jane Mumford, Bernice Oliver, Anna Par- rish, Helen Pegram. Commercial Class = 1 oi P nn " tsuidi First Row: Nathalie Pinkston, Ruth Ann Privette, Hazel Robbie Purvis, Helen Rabil, Marion Reeves, Eliza- beth Carolyn Rhyne, Martha Jane Rice, Carolyn Royster, Nancy Rumly, Ann Carr Shaffer, Mary Louise Shields, Gloria Shronce, Jane F. Small. Second Row: Doris Lee Smith, Patsy Ruth Snider, Regina Solari, Mary Frances Speight, Doris Jean Steph- enson, Dorothy Jean Stewart, Mary Lou Streater, Jean Evelyn Strickland, Helen Effie Thompson, Sally Jean Thompson, Mar) ' Jane Venable. Mildred Ann Vin cent. Third Row: Irene Vinson, Jeanette Wade, Dorothy May Wall, Pansy Walton, Sarah Margaret Whaley, Sarah Wheatley, Sarah Carolyn White, Cora Grandy Willcox, Betty Wright, Peggy Jane Young. 144 ff W.il an.) WiiiCul.l. an Ind yyccaslon to Once in a while we find an oc- casion to participate in activities other than the ones that go to make up our daily routine . . . the elaborate ceremony in the Ballroom Chapel which solemnly united Weil and Winfield Halls in mar- riage . . . " Fanta-Sea, " the annual Dolphin- Seal water pageant . . . tea in North Spencer for Miss Lettie Rogers, a former student and author of " South of Heaven " . . . plane trip to the Associated Col- legiate Press Convention in Chicago for the publications heads . . . " Pastorale de Noel, " Christmas pageant presented by Tau Psi Omega — honorary French fra- ternity. Honor an author student — Lett 7 Witness a French Chrislnia; pageant — " Pastorale de Noel. " Fly to a press convention in Chicago. 143 Ti ime.. . . . rmm 12 V joon until 8 hi the C venlnq i 8 in the Evening Or off to the movie to see that new guy Perhaps to the library to slave, groan, and sigh . . . some to the gyni . . . rnns, yells, and cries, A quick hand of bridge . . . conversations so wise . . . with dinner at six the day ends at last, 1 home to dress for a date ... or prepare for that class JUDICIAL BOARD Seated: Mary Dillard, Seoretarv ; Margaret Squier, President; Nancy Foglemaii. • Slainl- ifig; Jean Glenn, Mary Belle Teague. " HOmE TOLUn v«l!l JH " One club, 2 hearts, pass, 7 spades. " Town Students Room in the basement of the Ad Building anytime, any day boasts at least one bridge game. Between classes jammed with people sharing cigarettes, eating, drinking milk and cokes from the Junior Shoppe, or reading the bulletin board filled with " Susie, call vour Mama, the stove blew up, and she wants you to pick up a new one on the way home. " And there ' s the Commercial table — scene of moaning " Dear Sirs: Your letter " — in chorus. " Christmas in October " — a huge success with a bridge party, Christmas carols, presents under the tree. Town Students Formal, " Snowfall " — Jean M:irgartl Squier. President 153 Cilcnn. dance cliairin.m— everyone paintini;, decoratini;, sprinklini; silver metallic on programs. Mary Berry ' s " Little Red Bug " parked daily in front of the door. Chapel Hill, he. Wake Forest, he, Duke, he. State, he — He. Don ' t drop butts on the Hoor. Paper in the waste basket, ple-e-ze. Fondren dragging out $2.00 per head for Campus Purse. Freshman tea — " I ' ve got five exams on one day! " Margie ' s appendectomy — Weeks dis- cussing Dillard ' s trip to Costa Rica — D, J. perennially playing bridge or cramming for a test. Monday morning arguments over who had the best week-end where. Has anybody seen my French book? I left it right here just the other month — Spring Bridge Party — Maggie and her " Chapel excuse must be sent to me immediately by local. " Miss Harris — Wonderful adviser. There will be a required Town Students meeting .... Ever present, ever wonderful, TOWN STUDENTS. TimE " Lena Riv.r . M . M:ir Carolv,, J,,,,,.,, .Sarah HoKi-ll, !Naiir Fu lviiiaii, INlarjuric Evans. A[i.r Mi U. larll.a 1 aulconer, Emily Ballingcr. Marv Bellt- Teague. Lena KIm r- M.mu . Snr:ili II, n, Foglemaii. I ' al W illianis. Marj.i Mary Carolyn Joneis. Dorothy J. Hardin. Jean (ilenn. Pegg Keer. Lois Glass, Marlv Cockfield. Helen DeVauIt. Treasurer; Helen Hinshaw, Viee-Presi- denl; Mary Griffin, Secretary. Dacia Lewis, ( ' resident. " U. e6pers at - euen r J Gi in the R. R. C. " " We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow him. " This is the purpose of the National Y. W. C. A., to which Woman ' s College belongs. Through its campus clubs, the " Y " seeks to teach effective personal growth, the human relationships of everyday living in the social, political, and economic worlds of today. Eight clubs — senior, junior, sophomore, and five freshman groups — meeting every other week make up the " wheel " of the campus organi- zation; while the cabinet, composed of thirty- four members, meets every Monday night and serves as a " pivot. " The Y. W. C. A. welcomes members from all faiths — Catholic, Jewish, Protestant. Its activities include weekly vesper services, Sunday visits to the faculty, Y-teen and Girl Scout leadership. Traditionally, Freshman " Y " clubs sing Christmas carols and hang wreaths on the doors of the dormi- 154 tories and on the houses of faculty members. Frequent inter-cabinet meetings were held throughout the year with A. and T. and Bennett Colleges. Coffee and doughnuts were sold in the Religious Activities Center every Sunday morning for the convenience of those going to church. Members of the " Y " attended the Conference on Applied (Christianity, sent delegates to the Atlanta Conference on Religion and Labor, sponsored by the National Religion and Labor Foundation, attended State Y. M. Y. W. meetings and other conferences during the year. Religious Emphasis Week and International week-end were big events in the fall and spring respectively. Religious Emphasis week brought together leaders of the Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant faiths to promote better understanding, each of the other, over the campus, through open forums. In a ddition an all-association meeting was held in the spring. For six weeks during the summer, the " Y " sends its incoming president to President School at New York ' s Union Theological Seminary and the incoming vice-president to Summer Regional Y. M., Y. W. Blue Ridge Conference. An integral part of Woman ' s College, the Y. W. C. A., supervised by Miss Maxine Garner, Director of Religious Activities, furnishes an indispensable phase of campus life. CABINET First Row: Jocrlvn Hill. Charlotte I »her. Rosemary Herman. Frances Jordan. Carolvii Stone. • Second Row: Martha Fowler. Betiv Lou Nance, Dacia Lewis, Louise Martin. Helen DeVaull. Mary Griffin. Jessie Woolen. Marian Young. Arlene Sanderson. Gladys Chanihers. • Third Row: Julia McLean. Carolyn Phillips. Susan Bynuni. Janie Crump- ton. Helen Hinshaw. Deane Lomax. Amerylis Barringer. Mary Ellen Harrell. Martha Guion. Betty Ruth Tomlinson. Billie McS ' eely. Georgianna Jones. Laurena Booker, Patricia Luther. Mary Elizabeth Smith, Mary Jane Fox. 155 " Planning, Rcting, and Understanding " First Roic: Louise Erickson, Gladys Rosoff. Georgiana Joiie . Gladjs Chambers. Phvllis Green. Charlotle Willard. • Second Roic: Muriel Magnant, Vera Lovius. Mrs. A. F. Klein. Billie MoNeelev. Helen kolnian. President: Gladvs Slorev. Margo Fletcher. Rebecca Lyerlv, Mildred Neville. Louise Fatten. • Third Row: Sarah Moses. Lucia Collarle, Frances Ramsey. Lucy Wolfe. Monseigneur Dolan, Henrietta Atkin. Vice-President;. Suzanne INorman. Secretary -Treasurer; Miss Maxine Garner. Dr. Franklin McNutt, Louise Panigot, Patricia Waldrop, Carolyn Cross, Patricia Luther. Betty McKinney. New plans, new activities, new understanding — those are the by-words for the 1946-47 Inter-Faith Council. The Council, which is a campus organization made up of members of all faiths, offers opportunity to the students to learn and understand religions other thaa their own. And this year they have moved far in the right direction. Remembering 1946-47 the girls will think about Religious Emphasis Week and leaders joshing each other but getting along — working to- gether — the rainy trip to Catholic mass and hearing Monseigneur Dolan explain it in English — the same at Temple Emmanuel with Rabbi Rypins — the symposium with Father Walsh and Rev. Mr. Holder and Dr. Friedlaender waxing warm over " Religion in the Liberal Tradi- tion " — planning for inter-faith activities on this area with Dr. Seamans — the candlelight presentation of the story of Chaunakah before Christmas — the speakers at St. Mary ' s House and sponsoring an inter- racial Commission meeting — the new kind of devotions — bull sessions in front of the fire to discuss things and learn to understand each other — raising $50 via Gorham Silver Company for the World Student Service fund — the P. T. A. programs — and, tinally. the International Banquet with all the foreign students from this area. Helen Kolman. President. .10 " Has an) ' b( (.ly ijot any clotlics fliC7 ' a ' too bi for? Don ' t be bashful; Uurope needs them. Let your bathroom scales be your uicle " ; or " There ' s somebody buried under the lea es in front of Aycock! C ome on, let ' s rake " em out. " Familiar to every ear are these cries of the " never-failed-yet " Service League. Floor leaders, hall leaders, committee chairman — all have pulled together under the able leadership of Jumela Boulus to salvage and sell enough scrap paper to buy a $100 Government Bond for the Chapel Fund, collect $. ,050.04 in Campus Purse Funds, put over " Christmas in October " for overseas relief, and muster food and clothing for the undernourished peoples of Europe and Asia. Dubbing themselves the " You need it; we speed it " organization, the Service League is ever-ready for any and all emergencies. ' We ' ve Never Failed Yet " ADVISORY COMMITTEE First Row; Jocelyn Hill, Irene Meekins. • Second Rote: Miss Dorothv Clemenl, Dorothv Reviiolds, Polly Piersoii, Miss Katlierine Taylor, Beniiee Wechsler, Mrs. Florence In- glirain. Jiinula U.uili.v. IVesidenl. HALL LEADERS Seated: Belly Phillips. Neal Keeler, Mary McLaurin, Jes- sie Woolen, Nancy Porler, Mary Elizabelh Smilh. • Standing: Barbara Monlaldo, Eve Davidozilz, Mary Fon- dren, Grace Brewer, Gail Ten- nenl, Carol Malhiasen, Jane Isley. 137 " a ii 13 5 oTetr ' ' The Choir The choir of some 150 voices, so expertly directed by Mr. George M. Thompson, is heard in concert twice yearly — at Christmas and again at Easter. This group also provides special music for chapel programs and University Sermons. A joint musical is given by the choir and orchestra during commencement. Time Out From The Orchestra Citizens of Greensboro, students, and faculty members of Woman ' s College are the components of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra directed by Dean Hugh Alt ' ater. Concerts are given by this group in the fall and the spring. It joins the choir in giving a program during commencement week. 158 MAKQIIIS CIIII.DS Kiiiiiii ' iil ncwKpu|MT ■ ' •iliiiiiiiini DR. HARLOW SHAPLEY Dirrclor of Harvard Observatory MAX LERNER Chief editorial writer for newspaper PM KRISHNALAL SHRIDHARANI Expert on India and author 159 Hope Willarcl, President. Curtain flt Eight 160 To bring up a curtain it takes a month of hard work and wonder- ful hill. From the first notice of tryouts to the last curtain call, Play-Likers are seldom seen except at Aycock. A stranger to the fold who wanders in through the stage door on any afternoon is amazed at the activity. Fiats are flown from the flies or hoisted up through the trap door. Hammers bang, saws whirr. The cos- tume gals screech measurements from their second-landing sewing room. The prop crew is busily making a stool, a cup, a cow ' s head, or even a baby. The light crew is lost under the cable, and over them hangs a sign advising that, " You don ' t have to be crazy to work here, but it helps a lot. " At night the stage belongs to the actresses. Cross dov. ' ii right . . . my dear, you don ' t feel the part . . . once more . . . again . . . again . . . AGAIN! Yes, this is Aycock — along with baggy eyes. National Embalming School, Thumper and good fun. And after the show is over, there is that inner feeling of a job well done, a promise of new and broader experiences in the theatre world. The Play-Likers began the year with a production of East Lyinw by Mrs. Henry Wood, directed by Mr. W. R. Taylor. This was followed by Angel Street by Patrick Hamilton, directed by Mr. W. T. Chichester. Then came in rapid succession Bed- ier ' s The Barretts of ]} " mpo e St.. directed by Mr. Taylor; Alurder in the Cathe- dral by T. S. Eliot, directed by Miss Kathryn England and given in connection with the fourth annual Arts Forum; and a bill of experimental, written and directed by students. Every girl who wanders down to Aycock and puts on a pair of jeans becomes a Play-Liker. Those Play-Likers who do outstanding work, technically and dramati- cally, are tapped for membership in the Masqueraders are the same. This year the groups were led by: Hope Willard, president; Madeleine Parker, vice-presi- dent; Charlene Malone, secretary; Nancy Edwards, publicity chairman; Iris Anne Peterson, business manager. Mud and Due act! Thi- .MaM|utra.li- 1G1« First Rote: Helen ScotI Smith, Helen Sevmour. Rebecca Walker. Rosalvn icola . Elizahelh Bass. Clariece Snelson, Isabel Anderson, Sarah Campbell, Betlv Lou Huffines. o Seeon,! Rotv: Marv Elliott. Jane Ed- munds, Bettv Crawford. Virginia McKinnon. Clara Bond, Mary Ann Walker, Mary Ellen Agnew, Rebecca Worsley, Janice Bosworili. Jan Shore, Dorothy Reynolds. • TliinI Rote: Miriam Leah, Martyvonne Dehoney, Rose Zimmerman, Marv SiinniDns, Marjoric Jones. Bettv Jean Matthews. Lucv Rodgers. Dorothv Pern, Martha Allen, Sarah Jane W liitc, Eleanor Skeels, Eulalia Tucker, Anita Egerton. Jane Isley, Anii Davis, Marian Weller, Marjorie Sexton. fl Year " Pardon me, but will you pose for an informal shot for PINE NEEDLES? " " Now smile. " " Say, when ' s the annual going to press? " " That ' s a good question if we only knew the answer! " And bit by bit a record of doings gets together as we fight film shortages, rainy weather when outdoor pictures are scheduled, and a deadline and exams at the same time. A year of living — long distance telephone calls, contracts, layouts, junior and senior pictures — right-hand-man Clara won ' t need an annual; she already knows it by heart. . . . " Can anybody think of a good informal title for the faculty page? — careful now. " . . . " Did you see Mary Ann and Clara walking down Mclver hall the other day with an umbrella up over their heads — engrossed in that little black notebook? " . . . " What will we do for ads? " Mary Ellen and Dot moan over adamant Mer- Mary Ann Walker, Editor. 162 chants ' AssDciation ... " I like this senior — only Adelphian Society to put under her name, " as Nippie checks senior activities. " Does she spell Ann with or without the " e " ? " What ' ll I do? I ' ve lost my little black notebook. The annual will )iever go to press. " And the stafif gets panicky until somebody finds it just where the editor left it . . . The fun of " celebrating " (or should we say " collapsing " ) when all the pictures and copy have been sent to Charlotte. Willing, congenial " Pop " Taylor even found time to come out on Saturday nights to take pictures; and ever-present, ever- helpful Mr. Campbell and The News Bureau stood by when things went wrong. Not to be overlooked in handing out the praises are the cooperative printers and engravers; what would we have done without Buck and his original poetry? A year — a whole wonderful, hard, busy year — of living. And the little black notebook has finally emerged into a big, red PINE NEEDLES. We, the staff of ' 47, have had a lot of fun working on the annual; we sincerely hope you like our book of memories. Sarah Jaiir White, A$$i:stanl Bu«i iiess Manager; Clara Bond. Organi- zaiion Eriilur; Martha Allen, As sislant Editor. of Living Dorothy Reynolds, Advertising Man- ager; Geraldine Pearson, .Art Edi- tor; Marian Weller, Photography Editor. Mary Ellen Agn Manager Class Editor Shore. Rebeeca Nicolas. Jane Edmunds, Jan Walker, Rosalyn 163 ♦ Deadliners " You just CcDi ' t get ' Sou- thern Conference for Human Welfare ' in- to a headline, " wails Arrowood. — That line ' s still busy! Isn ' t anybody ever gonna finish with a typewriter? " These are nightly sounds — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday — emanating from Alumnae basement. Presses are preparing to roll. This year was a good year — six pages every week — eight pages now and then. There was Sutton requesting 12 o ' clocks under the happy delusion that we ' d always had them. Nan mounted on the skyscraper wastebasket, " Comrades, unite; you have nothing to lose but your brains. " And King with " Have you heard anything even slightly humorous. ' " " I wish you ' d take a gander at this lead — it ' s four pages long! " That ' s Zimmer- man. Where ' s the proof!?! " Let me see. Yep, I went to bed two nights ago — or was Bettv Suttun, Editor. Libhv Bass, Susimss Managri flews Staff First Rote: Bt ' tsy Newman, Ann Davi i, Charlotte Stern, Jean PvatI, Ann Tinkler, Sara Lou Debnani, Sarah Dennv, Marilyn Cohn, Ber- tha Kaplan, Sarah Lockwood, Fran- ces Jackson, Mildred Venters, Ger- aldine MeKinnev, • Second Rote: Evelyn DeWitt, Betty Sutton, Nancy Sutton, Lucv Rodgers, Jeanne Will, Mary Simmons, Elinor Woltz, Hel- ene Jacobs, Sarah WoodhuU, Ruth Macv, Ellen Metz, Jean Ferguson. • Third Row: Ethel Kesler, Collins Bennett, Rose Zimmerman, Sara Smith, Mary Clegg. Nancy B. Fun- derburk, Katherine Arrowood, Anne Fleming, Elizabeth Jobe, Clyde Mc- Leod, Caroline Gulledge, Patricia Hunsinger, Lucia Collarte. Mary Graham. Betty McKinney, Catherine Petar, Eslelle Hill, Audrev Black- burn. « 104 Sulloii riinxiilt- ' Kilrh.n CahiiHl. " it three? " Dewitt assigning pictures two weeks in advance. Sutton yelling " There ' ll now be a meeting of the edit board. " Lucy putting the baby to bed when the gang went to Chicago. Sorry, Pine Needles pictures are down the hall. From Woodhull: " Bass, will there be two inches for news or shall I cut it? " Bennett and Kesler dashing in with a hot sports story. Ar guments on anything, anytime. " A Home Economics major can ' t get a word in edgewise around here, " moans Smitty. " Help, Klegg! Here ' re two sentences. Make a feature out of ' em. " And " Funderburk, cut this story. It has ten lines now. " " Gary " spirit — that intangible something, binding people to the office despite three thousand word themes, fifteen parallel books due next week, no sleep — truly a spirit indomi- table. Dixie — ' " Our Humorist. " Business Staff First Row: Nancy Kendall. Celesle Johnston. S. Jones, Faith Robinson. Frances Woodall. Betiv Jean Kluttz, Marie Shaw, Ellen Morgan. Eldene Grogan. • Second Row: Anne Crunipler, Libby Bass, Blair Price. Rena Brav, Beltv Ross. Gcraldine Jarman. Helen klassetl. Mary oung. Mimi ' ardrup. • Third Row: Betsv Raper. Eileen Cooner, Virginia Cowan, Lola Howell. Rae Watson, Patsy McIVult. .Margaret Gaston. Shirlev Mahan. Bunnv Da- vis. Bettv Jo Gentrv. Marilvn Gar- ver. Shirley Swift. M. Smith, Blanche Parrott, Ellen MeU. les Mckiniion, Editor. Manager. Looking over the new issue. nk on As ideas take form. Coraddi is the Woman ' s College magazine, a means of actual ex- perience for students interested in writing, art work, advertising, photography, and all the odd jobs that go with shaping copy into a magazine. The peculiar character of the Coraddi office consists in large part of the unorthodox entrance — a leap through the window — the dictionary which has been adopted by Cary people, the typewriter with a bent for roaming, the table with a collapsible leg, the three chairs which nobody sits in, and the musical John next door. Staff meetings resemble a movie mob scene with appropriate dialogue: " Hey, quit crowding the floor. Gimme a cigarette. . . . Oh, well, I ' ll smoke a P.M. Pass the poems. But you ' ve got the picture upside down! " " Who ' s read a book? " the review editor shouts. " No, not Amber. " " Please, somebody write some fiction, " implores the fiction editor. " Be missionaries. Go out and beat people on the head — anything! We ' ve got to fill up this magazine. " " Look, let ' s make the stories at least a page long, " the make-up editor pleads. " I keep having empty spaces at the bottom of pages. " " Who ' s got an idea for a feature? Well, write about the army . . . Poetry, poetry . . . look at that sunset; what do you want — egg in your beer. ' — ad «166 infinituDi until " Holy Cow, we ' ll miss supper. " And the window looks like the jump door of a C-47. " Geromino! " the staff shouts in unison, and somehow the Coraddi goes to press. The result slips under the dormitory doors four times a year — fall, winter, spring, and summer. Since the interest of the public is the real end of the magazine, the staff hopes that its public finds the Coradd ' i read- able. ink it means . . Our Fingers First Row: Ann Shuffler, Lvell Smollen, Becky Jones. • SpcoiiiI Rmc: Civde McLeocl. ancv Sutton. Marlwonne De- honev. Virginia McKinnon. Lucv Rodgers. Clarieee Snelson. • Thinl Row: Marilvn Crawford. Pollv Pier«on, Ann Rave- nel, Elizabeth Jobe. Margaret Munro, Libby Lee Bass, Nancy Sifif. Margcrv Jean Perrv. .4nn Birkhead. 167 Alpha Kappa Delta Julia McLean Choir Nancy Mulligan hiternational Relations Club Elizabeth Peele Art Club (Ivnthia (iox Classical Club Hellv Jo Wallis Medical Technologists Club Agnes Cochrane Boot ' fi Spur Margaretia Vine Education Club Helen Hinshaw Music Education Club PeggA Mclver Chemistry Club Nancv Bowman Oniicron .Vu Patricia McBrien " The Time? 7:15. .. M i i» 1947 Club Presidents Rosalv Uphu Nirulus Our club presidents deserve recognition for many hours spent working with these important groups. Of how great value and pleasure is that part of time which we devote to activities of special interest! Whether it be in our hearts to sing, to dance, to write, to paint, to sew, " parier francais, " " hablar espanol, " to experiment, to calculate, or to study social problems or international relations, we can find a group who will share with us in the expression of these desires. Through special activities and programs, these organizations make themselves, their aims, and their progress known to the campus at large. Thus group interest is shared with all. It is in these clubs which form a vital part of the whole of campus life that we experience that warmth of feeling which exists between minds of one accord. Zoology Field Club Marjorie Beloh Square Circle Club Junie Crumpton lfi.« Department ALPHA KAPPA DELTA . . . Testing voices . . . joint meetings with Chapel Hill . . . tea in Miss Mossman ' s office . . . plans for Social Science Forum . . . habits vs. attitudes. ART CLUB . . . " Better art in North Carolina " . . . posters . . . Tuesday night meetings in the art ref. room . . . give me an ash tray . . . exchange exhibits . . . mother ' s little helpers in the art dept. . . . chasing ivy (the growing kind). BOOT ' N SPUR . . . Supper rides . . . horse shows . . . trails . . . breakfast at the stables . . . Sarge . . . faculty relay race . . . Virginia reel . . . drills . . . Sedgefield. CHEMISTRY CLUB . . . Test tube brushers . . . Santa Claus and gum drops . . . atomic energy in medicine . . . H20, hot water . . . C02, cold water . . . rubber movies. CHOIR . . . Christmas concert . . . " Little old ladies, sit up straight " . . . rainy Monday nights . . . Swedish Dance Carol . . . glaring stage lights . . . staying over for commence- ment . . . hot robes . . . scurry after programs. CLASSICAL CLUB . . . Saturnalia — the Latin Christmas . . . Quiz program . . . Dr. Jernigan as Clifton Fadiman . . . books for Athens College . . . candlelight initiation. EDUCATION CLUB . . . Pride in our handbooks . . . hope for the 20% raise . . . new children ' s books . . . fun in the Hut by a roaring fire . . . speakers from professional education to tell us what to expect. GAMMA ALPHA . . . FBLA . . . Square dance in the Hut . . . St. Nick with shorthand pads . . . business movies . . . office etiquette . . . lost constitution . . . efficiency . . . speed and accuracy. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB . . . Student legislature . . . " move to the previous question " . . . Professor Edgerton on clashing ideologies . . . " trouble spots of the world " . . . enthusiastic Miss Gullander . . . packing books for Europe. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS CLUB . . . White coats . . . petri dishes with swarms of staph and strep . . . blood counts ... the thrill of a first venipuncture . . . Miss Love ' s smile . . . after-lab teas. gon- MUSIC EDUCATION . . . " ' Who na lead the Saturday night sing " party take-off on music faculty . . . interest in the professional field . . . " What is Expected of the Music Teacher " . . . prac- tical Miss Holloway. OMICRON NU . . . Honors tea . . . sell- ing sandwiches . . . too few . . . golden key . . . National Conclave . . . book list for housekeepers. PHYSICS CLUB . . . Aeronautics . . . Christmas tree lights . . . Mr. Campbell and his photography . . . movie on atomic bomb . . . electron tubes . . . Wheatstone bridge. Doings PSYCHOLOGY CLUB . . . " Getting a job " . . . annual spring weiner roast . . . call meetings . . . mental testing . . . personality . . . semester worries over coordinating exam. QUILL CLUB . . . Loan fund for writing majors . . . sandwiches, sandwiches, and more sandwiches . . . Pilgrimage to Canterbury . . . coffee in the Alumnae House library . . . party for freshmen. SIGMA ALPHA . . . Mailing lists . . . tabulating questionnaires . . . supper at the home ec. cafeteria . . , Mr. Logan on retailing . . . Miss Whitlock and parliamentary procedure ... 4 o ' clock meetings. ALPHA TAU CHAPTER OF SIGMA DELTA PI . . . Pan-American day . . . South American week-end . . . " maracs " ... no speeka zee Eengleesh in meetings . . . folk dances . . . Miss Cutting ' s Judy — star of Spanish night . . . that white sombrero . . . recordings . . . Eiitre Nosolros. SOCIOLOGY CLUB . . . " This is a real problem " . . . case study . . . those things we did last summer . . . job clinic . . . open club for all sociology majors. SQUARE CIRCLE . . . Dreams of Langley Field . . . burning that midnight oil over calculus . . . that everlasting lime punch at initiation . . . aeronautics . . . Dr. Barton ' s hats . . . organization room. TAU PSI OMEGA . . . Tout savoir opiner . . . initiation . . . banquet . . . Pastorale de Noel . . . Monsieur Hardre . . . les pieces . . . French orphan . . . Cristal. YOUNG COMPOSERS CLUB . . . original compositions . . . originators of the Arts Forum . . . Mr. Weisgarber . . . modern music . . . stimulating creative talent in the music department. ZOOLOGY CLUB . . . Skull and crossbones . . . weiners by the lake . . . trip to Raleigh . . . Dr. Shaftesbury ' s shaggy dog story . . . " passing the cat " . . . lab at Beaufort. VETERANS CLUB . . . Arguments . . . swapping war stories . . . Veteran ' s Adminis- tration . . . ruptured ducks . . . spreading the news about benefits and what to join when. BOTANY CLUB . . . Orchids ... Dr. Thiel ' s singing . . . doughnu ts and apple parties . . . blindfolded initiation . . . oak leaves ... 112 Science Building. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB . . . Cam- pus tour and tea for FHA . . . hearts and pennies for Valentine Carnival . . . Mrs. Keyo sets the style . . . white dresses and initiation . . . AHEA membership. DARLINETTES . . . Onward I . . . Into on 1 2 and vocal on 3 . . . let ' s make this solid . . . black and white dresses. inm y ilman Jnovvia5 CHIEF MARSHAL cJLoli -J owayd ani SOCIAL CHAIRMAN arshah: Rdelphian Society Kathryn Cobb, Betty Wallace Hacker, Beverly Bell, Sarah Jane White, Jeanette Fair, Ljjcy Home, Ann Birkhead. = Ikz ;%tt T Uiuii ♦174 Kulhrri.iv W.. (I.I1I: IViuIrn ..I. Vicc.Pr.si Al -xti...li-i S.iiior Inl.r-So.itev Rcprr Miilaliv.-; I!,i y Huli.xk. Jiin ior liitcr-Sorioty Kcpri ' M ' iih live; Dorolliv r«Trv. Sci-rc larv: Kdi.- S.iin Max.ii. Tria Mary (ionielia Boweii, President ip llii ' li lil faiitaslir. ' In the center of our social life stand the societies — Cornelian, Adelphian, Aletheian, and Dikean. Throughout the year they are busily planning formals, teas, and banquets. At all lectures and concerts, Civic Music programs and Junior League concerts, the society marshals are on hand to act as official hostesses of Woman ' s College. There are eight girls from each society elect- ed to this honor according to scholarship, charm, and beauty; five are seniors and three are juniors. Whether there is sleet, snow, rain, or fair weather, these g irls are always at Aycock, looking lovely and extending a smile to all those who attend these func- tions. In their Grecian-style white jersey dresses, with white regaha and a colored plaque, red for seniors, and lavender for juniors, jji!© jjjdicates the year of their graduation, the marshals omflSM to preside over May Day and Graduation A group of " Rats " take lime out to smile for our pho- tographer. 175 ♦ RIetheian l uPiyu ' kaidlk (arshali: Lillian James, Margaret Pickard, Rosalie Teichman, Anne Julian Hamilton, Marjorie Whitley, Jean Griffith, Mary ByrJ Johnson. Pat Harvey. ♦17« Th.- -I ' r. -•• aiul Ik till Saiila Rat day is sponsored by all societies and is the for- mal initiation of all Freshmen and transfers to our campus. The societies initiated a new Rat Day pla n this year. Each new student was given a big sister to help her through the day and to go with her to the banquet. The new plan was quite successful, for in the evening the freshmen donned their prettiest dresses, met their big sisters, and went to their society banquet. There they met their society president; were entertained by society talent; ate, perhaps, the best meal of the year to the strains of recorded dance music; and went home tired, but happy. Marjorie Hollister, Treasurer; Naiicv Pickard, Seoreiarj ; Mil- dred Orr, Senior Inler-Soeiely Representative; Raehel John- son. Vice-President ; Sue Gaines. Junior Inter-Society Representative. 177 ar.uiau: Cornelian Society Doris Higgins, Peggy Clenimer, Emma Lou Taylor, Arta Hiatt, Doris Turner, Sarah Campbell, Leonora Fulp, Minor Boring. lluP 7l£Ji4£i 178 Barl)ura Hvnl, .S.-crolurv ; Cla- ra Bond, Senior Inler-Sociely Rcpresi-nlativc; Belly Lou HufHnes, Vice-I ' rcsulenl; Rita Hunter, Tri ' asurer. Martha IMoring. I ' residinl One Sunday afternoon in late fall, the Cornelians gave an informal tea to compliment their little sisters. The gay event was held in Spencer game room which was decorated in keeping with the occasion. For two hours new students came in to personally meet their society officers and to talk over Woman ' s College and the home town with their society sisters. At the close of it all the new students went home to add another happy after- noon to an already growing memory list. Several years ago the societies were instrumental in organizing a book exchange for students. Students can sell their books for a reasonable price, which may be bought next semester by new class members. All proceeds go to the campus chapel fund. From the splendid handling of this enterprise, the book exchange has grown to become an essential part of our campus. Transformation of the gvm on the afternoon before the formal. 1 " ' Have a coke? " 179 ♦ Dikean IkzPUuTljzjiiM (arihalS: Bess Brothers, Eleanor Dickey, Nancy Cromer, Barbara Stafford, Carolyn Stone, Nancy Dozier, Margaret Johnson, Helen Hunter. I»0 Eagerly awaited are the society dances. This year the societies combined to give two formals. In the winter the Aletheians and Adelphians gave a ball. This was the first formal that Freshmen could attend and also the first formal since the war that boasted of STAGS. The freshmen, fixed their hair a new way, put on their new evening dresses, pinned on their handsome cor- sages, and joined their sisters for an evening of wonderful fun . . . fun to the melodies of Paul Bell and his orchestra in a setting of fucia and white snowflakes. In the spring, likewise, the Cornelians and Dikeans gave their formal. Since every girl is a member of one of the societies, every girl had the opportunity to have her one and only over for an evening of smooth dancing to a local band. And shall we ever forget those week-ends? Just try to! Dorothy Deal, Prcsideiil. Wr nuiM ri-m.ml,.r llli» ' hal goes Barbara Parrish, Treasurer; Jeanne Barber, Senior Inter- Sooietv Representative; Betty Jane Carr, Seoretarj-; Mary Irvin, Vice-PresiHent. ISl d: ike J 6 vUe j la £: -£ -IX ' £S£l£; tSSs«al First Row; Pegg: " Cleninier. Marilvn Crawford, Margaretla Vine, Janet Gibson, Frances Bowden. Margaret Reynolds, Eva Rulli Parrish, Lois Russell, Idelle Goodman. Doris Due. Judith Swift. • Secoiirf Rote: Anne Snvder. Carol Walker, Nell Hollidav, Florence Bearden, Marv Little Hipp. June Holtzendorff, Edna Thomas, Jovce Ohernian, Helen Scott Smith. Teresa Shelton. • Third Row: Bess Brothers, Belsv I mstead. Miss Martus, Miss Davis. Sue Brulon. Mrs. West, Gladys Rowland, Doris Turner, Clara Jov Davis, Martha Guion. Pollv Pierson. Recreation Rssociation Cabinet This is the advisory board to the Recreation Association and in- cludes all sports heads, club presidents, special committee chairmen, and three faculty members, including the faculty head of intramurals and a dormitory counselor. It decides the policies and practices of the Recreation Association and rules on problems pertaining to it. This year, it voted to try out a nev. ' basketball plan, with the dor- mitory teams made up of only non-physical education majors and a separate tournament for the majors. The result of this will be studied and next year ' s policy will be determined according to the success of the plan this year. The meetings are presided over by the president, Margaret Rey- nolds, who presents the problems of the association for discussion by the cabinet. Margin. I i;. Ml. ,1,1-. President. i»l nthletics Rt UU. C. U. R. C. " Play with the R. A., Today and every day! " The Recreation Association is by aiid for the students. Its leaders, coaches, sports heads, club presidents and others are students who work with the faculty advisor to provide as large and as varied a program of activities for the students as can be accommodated on the athletic fields, in the t;ym, and ut the Association ' s cabin, A-Hut-For-Fun. Every new student is automatically a member of the Association during the first sports season, and thereafter she must participate in at least one sport or club per season to retain her membership. Gala picnic style banquets are held at the close of tlie fall and winter seasons. Reports are heard from each activity of that season, dormitory and league winners are announced, and the honorary varsity is named. The final formal banquet climaxes the year ' s activities. Those students who have contributed most to the R. A. are chosen as members of the Honor Group, the highest honor given by the Association. Yearly dorm and league winners are announced and the old president formally turns over her duties to the incoming president. This spring the Recreation Association was hostess to the National Convention of the Athletic Federation of College Women. Delegates came from colleges and universities all over the country to join in the fun and inspiration. They participated in panel discussions, demonstration programs, and heard outstanding speakers on current problems. Physical Eduoalion Building — " Th«- Center of All Activity. " Recreation Association Camp — ' A-Hut-For-Fun, ' " R Game for Every Girl " TENMS — Janet Gibson. " A game for every girl, a girl for every game, " we say and we really mean it. Whether in class or after school, everyone has a chance to learn almost any sport she likes. Crisp October afternoons and hockey go together. The league teams practice to- gether and then the tournament begins. Other schools come to visit and play and we return their visits. On Tuesdays, speedball lovers practice their punts and dropkicks in preparation for games. The tennis courts are kept busy every day that the weather permits and the doubles tournament determines the school champs. When December days force us inside, basketball practices begin with enthusiasm. Each dormitory has a team and the highly contested tournament begins in February. And, of course, there are the stunts and apparatus enthusiasts who practice leaping over the box, the horse, and the buck and flying through the air on the rings or tying themselves into intricate knots, which are really easy (they say). Gym Meet climaxes this practice. On the first pretty spring day, Softball fans venture forth to the diamond with balls, bats, gloves, and masks, ready to begin the season with a flourish. Tennis players uncover their racquets again for the spring season and the singles tournament. Boat- ing and canoeing furnish good date recreation on week-ends and golf draws still more participants. And of course, swimming is open all year both during the week and on week-ends. HOCKEY— Marilyn Vinconl. Kavt.e Kinlaw. JuHy Swift. MODERN DANCE — Ethel Kesler, Marjorie Hollisler, Doris Due. CANOEING — All And then there are the clubs. Modern Dance Group, Square Dance Club, and Clogging Club for the dance minded; Boot n ' Spur for the equestrians among us; and Dolphin-Seal, Camp Counselors, and Golf Club. Those of us who like to " get away from it all " take off for the R. A. Camp, " A-Hut-For-Fun, " for a week- end of relaxation, swimming and boating, home-cooked food, and sitting around the open fire. SPEEDBALL — Aiiiie Julian Hamilton and Sue Bruton. SOFTBALL — Wiiifield ' s T Gym rrieet— " The Peak of School Spirit " Twenty-six years ago the first Gym Meet was held with few participants and fewer specta- tors. That small Meet has grown into one of the most belo ed of the traditions of Woman ' s College. The gym is packed to the last square centimeter with excited spectators and the participants perform with great enthusiasm. There is probably more school spirit than at any other time when the College Song bursts from every throat to conclude one more u ' onderfid Gym Meet. This year, there were more than the usual thrills. (Each one always seems better than the last.) The gym was gaily decorated with huge magazine covers resembling an oversize magazine stand. The different events took the names of various magazines with appropriate jingles. See the Parade of the contestants around the gym, and Look at the Meet itself, with performers leaping over apparatus, rolling around the floor in difficult stunts, balancing on one another in couple stunts and pyramids, swinging blithely along on the rings, climbing ropes, and many other feats! The faculty was at Liberty from their classrooms to compete in the hilarious faculty-student relay causing everyone to get cross-eyed trying to watch four teams at once. FI iiip .Angola ' " — Marjorif Hiillij ter, Page Coleman. Miss Bleick. The sophomore Physical Hducation majors took us through the pages of Ncitiunal Geographic in their color- ful folk costumes and performed intricate folk dance steps. " Bicycling and skating — could be bad if they fell and ruined our build-up for Mademoiselle. " And then the junior majors, " Stepping in rhythm and rhyme — of course, it ' s the march of Time. " Oohs and Aahs sounded from the balconies when Esquire presented performers from Chapel Hill! And at last, the coveted Coronet — the crowning of the varsity, those who rated best in the Meet — a hand- shake from Dr. Jackson and a corsage! A tableau. Today ' s Woman, and the meet was at an end, leaving the walls still ringing with cheers and shouts and the familiar st rains of the College Song. Ue!.h itrotliir ' . on tlir " ll.i StunU Folk Dunriiig. 1»» Ti ime.. . . from 8 in ike (L-uenlna until 12 rl llayilqnt m ao From 8 in the Evening At last a call that ' just for nie I ' m just as happy as I can be ... So off with him ... at last I go ' cause I ' ve learned the things a girl should kiuAv ' . . . Ajid what we do when all alone None of vour business . until 12 Midnight But after all the day must end And ba ' k to Winfield Hall ag;ain . . . It ' s there amid these girlish screams I think of him in all my dreams . . . ' cause ne ' er again will there be another Bless his heart . . . He ' s my kid brother. H d flfa 1.66 Uirqima l [ Umn6on may Queen, 1947 mflY DAY M9 i ELEANOR DI :KEY Dunn, N. C. The Queen ' s Court Virginia Wilkinson AUiy Queen Elhanor DicKin ' Miiid-i)f-Honor Bi-TTV Lou HuFi-iNi-s . . . AUiid-of -Honor niay Day Committee Rachel Stacy Cba ' mnan Jean Hoover Costumes LiBBV Bass Script Sarah Campbell Court Madeline Parker Properties Martha Ivey Flowers Lucy Wolfe Music Irene Meekins Arrangements Ola Ross Post-Arrangements Margaret D. Wilkerson .... Reception at uu. c. u. n. c. BETTY LOU HLFFINES Lenoir, N. C. 197 FRANCES MANN Albemarle, N. C. EMMA LOU TAYLOR Wiliianislon. N. C. ARTA HIATT High Point, N. C, ANN BANNERMAN Dunn, N. C. Mav Day Chuiriiiaii KACIIEL STACY Riifliii, N. (.. MAin «:()1{m:i.ia howen (;u l nia, N. :. kaciiki, jomsoN (.ni ' ii lioro. . C. NANCY JANE ANSLEY Charlotte, N. C. 199 UUho ' s UUho monq ■S tudenti in ' American ulniuer.sitiei and i oile r Class of 1947 Seniors elected to WHO ' S WHO in 1946: Mary Ellen Agnew, Maxine Apple- white, Jumela Boulus, Alice Farmer, Betty Lou Huffines, Jane Irvin, Mary Irvin, Jean Keiger, Sara Layton, Frances Mann. Sealed: Rachel Slaov. Hillmaii Thomas, Bettv Sutloii. Truly Brvaii, Mary Ann Walker, Elizabeth Britlain. • Slnniliii : Dacia Lewis, Ruth Webb. Lucy Ro.lgers. r m % f l . V Seated: Gladvs Chambers, Page Coleman, Susan Womack, Betsy Bulluek, Martha Allen, Barbara Parrish, Isabel Howard. • Standing: Joyce Posson, Ruth Macy, Marty- vonne Dehoney. UUho ' s LUho -y moitg J tudents in . niencan lAniueniiieS and L-oUet eJ Class of 1948 Eight l uPi T tjisuei Head of Service League . . . school spirit . . . come on you can yell better than that! Give ' til it hurts . . . jolly, enthusiastic . . . contagious laugh . . . energetic . . . mathematics . . . personality plus. Miss Jumela Boulus L oncord, rloftk L arouf ♦ 202 Outstanding Seniors Miss Elizabeth Brittain Ljrahutn, f (odh i arolit y President of Student Government . . . keen awareness of college doings . . . progres- sive spirit . . . quiet efficiency . . . friendly smile . . . charming stage presence . . . knitting for Brittain . . . card shark . . . behind the scenes at Aycock. % f P 203 = Ike, PunjL ?t£exeJk Vice-President of Student Government . . . conscientious . . . conservative . . . freckles . . . Wilson and Wilmington . . . the Bailey Girls . . . DUKE UNIVERSITY . . . Dean ' s List. Miss Alice Farmer lA iiminatoH, riortk L arolii 201 Miss Mary Irvin K Jiariullc. ylurlli L aroti ' iic Judy board member . . . dependable . . . understanding . . . many friends . . Espanol . . . Charlotte . . . week-ends at State . . . diligent . . . likeable . . . Dean ' s List. f P r 205 3 Y president . . . gay . . . friendly . . . poised . . . conversationalist . . . Art club . . . sincere . . . efficient. l uPu9U?UiUek Miss Dacia Lewis K reensboro. i lorth L aroliiii ♦206 Miss Bettv Sutton l cilciali. r lorlli L arotii Editor of diroliniafi . . . responsible leader- ship . . . democratic enthusiast . . . putting out a paper is like having a baby . . . alert, dynamic, progressive ... we must and shall remain second to none. • " " 207 PINE NEEDLES editor . . . cooperative . . . conscientious . . . Staff meeting at — . . . just wanted to remind you . . . get those pictures in . . . Sociology . . . Chicago shoes . . . devoted friend. lluiPt 7i£iul Miss Mary Ann Walker i3uniiicitoii, rlortli L aroiiiia 208 Miss Ruth Webb L OLleae f- arh, C jeoraia President of Senior Class . . . dynamic personality . . . winning smile . . . cherub face . . . love troubles . . . igloo 322 ... to each his own . . . and so we say hello . . . mid-winter suntan . . . barbed wire catas- trophes. ' - P 209 What ' s the garment you grab for as you hound out of bed, unghie your eyelids, dump a bucket of water on your roommate with sadistic glee, and rush merrily through the rain to chat gaily with your friends in breakfast line? What do you wear on that first date with the Greek god you picked up on the corner of Elm and Market; what coat with that Montaldo ' s look, the lovely sleek lines molding your body in a lithe, slim silhouette? What coat do you cLedt vVe U-omAt- — " Place: UUoman ' s Colle ge - Time: 1946-47 " 1946-4 7iyla iiieiljiorable year, one which we hate to see come to a close — one of the fonr precious colleie y Jp that we squander blithely, never realizing what they have meant to us until we recall mem later. There ' s a special something we get-l ere at Woman ' s College that defies words . . . it ' s a feeling . . . and it was very much present wjith us this year. Maybe it was the lump in your throat when little Nancy Mullican ca te ont- jti th e stag e-at mass meetings and the whole student body rose — 2100 voices ringing out on the cfesFus: ■ i- g yyiji raise our voices Let them swell In a chorus loud and strong ... " Maybe it came to you in the twilight as you stepped out of the library and started across the bridge to see the little lights along the avenue by North Spencer winking in the dusk. Or maybe in the clsj OToonfeMlien you found that your courses were beginning to relate themselves; or in your rooiii ' t it after lights out when you and your roommate rehashed the day ' s activities. SL% you lighted up that ufter-dinner cig and sat down to a good game of bridge Maybe y H k iw " on soni ' eboay ' s hetl ... or around the desk at the GARY office, or nailing the scenery at Ay- ood game of basketball for your dormitory, or lugging your instrument cock, OV ltiC And what will be our special memories of this year? Pre-School Conference and rain, rain, rain — the campus still siunmer Igr pn, matching President Brittain ' s favorite green garment. (Is that suit familiar?) Truly B ' r ffliii ' s classic re- mark when discussing the honor policy: " Well, now that we ' ve finished move on to stealing! " Legislators were quartered in Weil and Lula fell so i pimc CeT Maybe at a surprise party in the dorm. At any rate yot e had it. " ther with other girls, it ' s common interests, it ' s W. C. ( y ing shall we liSve with them that she wanted them to stay and become ' ■ ' ' her girls, " too. I W Theme for the conference was " The Integrated College Communif a rousing speech on representative government. Chancellor Jackson and Dean-ElH t address- ed the group; and plans were made by Truly Bryan and her group on honor and Mary Lois Howard and the girls who discussed social functions for a re-emphasis of the honor policy and a shot in the arm for the social program. In September the freshmen hordes arrived and for a week little groups straggled about the campus, directed by harried juniors with the familiar ASK ME signs. Remember the story about the freshman who thought the water cooler behind New Guilford was the bath house and was ready to go back to Massachusetts! Who could forget first house meetings and the fa- miliar handbook? ♦212 Th« ' next week the real iiiriieth begun and the plaee looked as though the Okies ha«l ar- rived, with ears, loaded to the doors driving up every few minutes to upperclassnien dorms. Shouti of " Ro6-oo-mate! " Remembei ltfe gyni on registration day t " I ' ve told thenx all this stuff three times before . . hySdon ' t they furnish carbons? " . ThlenNjame meetings on the honor policy, stressing " responsible freedom. " Veterans ap- i j)eared oil cahipus around 5 o ' clock in the afternoon to attend classes at the newly-formed College Ceiiitfer. Woman ' s College had its own veterans, most of them living in Mclver House and Hinshav . They were to be spotted by the WAC and WAVE overcoats, and by their intelli- )w gen jnterest in jclasses . . . their special lingo and camaraderie. The library was so crowded with eager beavers that some, ifnable to find seats, were medi- tating buying periscopes and stationing themselves on the " " fttnjr in the middle of the room. Five new counselors added new life to the campus. The Religicm Activities Center had under- gone rejuvenation and was dressed up with a new green and ma o n color scheme. The social committee staged a big auction sale on the quadrangle . . ., ri|MJi6i eers chalked up a fortune on scarce Kleenex and soap flakes. i T. Fall and the leaves on the Norway maple in front of North Spencer (at least the leaves that were left after the biology students did their work) j ry Sllow. Students put nickels in the juke box down at Bert ' s to hear Jo Stafford sing " You KefettGteking Bdck Like A Song. " The Republicans took the off-year election and rabid Di ioOrata w Bn rrtD hiding. Playlikers caused us all to chortle with their ' prodiretion—o enM Srama, East Lynne. One of the members oi the Flora Dora chorus had trouble es ?aping from a devoted bald headed gentleman! Deaii ' Lik was announced and the lucky members of our little community rejoiced. Boulus, head xrfl Service League, harangued us for money for the Campus Purse Drive with an all-time higlilgoal of $3,000. The thermometer registered student contributions and one day the paint splatt red dver the top! The Service League sponsored " Christmas in October " and each dormu5ryJ»dd a party with gifts for students in European colleges. Quill Club, under Nan Sutton ' s leadersnW, sold sandwiches on Friday night for a new scholarship fund. Judy Board took of itS ' blpck ' colies, thereby recognizing its function as a corrective rather than a punitive body. ' i On week ei ds there was a mass exodus for football games at Chapel Hill, Duke, State, Wake Forest, p vt on. Roomiuates were divided on the perennial Carolina-Duke game; but Carolina trounced Duke! A Caravan went to State for the Homecoming Game with the Univer- sity of Virginia. With a return to the " good old days " of college life, fraternity pins replaced n! marine insignia and air corps wings. But there were still problems: some of our daiioesvwTMiev ' ) declared optionally formal for men because of the tux shortage and flowers were y,|(J-l ' ' ' -- W sometimes because the GI Bill did not take care of these luxuries. Remember the ,,11 dance in the gym with music by the Darlinettes? The big saddle shoe street dance wilVrmiisW from Mary Faust ' s terrace and lanterns on New Guilford ' s terrace? Class formals in Hie g|ym . . . " Dancing in the Dark, " " Autumn Nocturne, " " Snowfall " ? r , , In October the first Religious Emphasis Week held on campus in four y aVs leftl5|s witl new spiritual insight and enthusiasm d l ed from vivacious Mrs. Hasting, 0aDDi Fen teiH Father Benard, and all the others. 4pftiirf (Jemen t for a department of religiou ' oii this, i amx) got underway. m h ' ri In November Max Lerner gave ile imn«tusto liberal ideas on campus. Students headed for the annual Applied Christianity pmyi)Si S£ nJaklei h. For the first time since the war, editors and business managers oi tli i milicatioi tended the Associated Collegiate Press convention in Chicago. Legislature, under tliB ' leadership of sophomores were voted oHelJr " o ' clock per date. I ' evised some of the social rules: len could not leave campus for a first First Thanksgiving holidays since World War II I We used them to good advantage, cram- ming turkey with the home folks. Everybody called everybody else " Ugly Chile " and the favor- ite expression was, " That ' s what the man said. That ' s what he said. " Run ' ttiiig through allithp were the threads of rainy Tuesdays and white mountain rolls; nigl lHUf sie THEEtiiigsjIn housecoats and curlers. (Others recommend the bobby pin •e - rere TJ iiversity Sermons and class meetings. 1) , In December delegates- from ' W. C. attended the first inter-racial meeting of the State Stu- dent Legislature. The DolnhSi-Seal Club presented its water pageant, Fanta-Sea. Christmas approached and ' Wifh jEIQie choir concert at 11 o ' clock . . . white trees and poin- settias . . . red and white choir robes . . . blue lights. The tree by the Spencers was lighted in all its glory. Smaller trees enlivened the dorms, and there were parties in most of the dorms. Kirk- land gave a party in the hut with all three fires blazing and large candles on the mantels. Then we were off for home, crammed with information relating to the watchword, " This is Woman ' s College Year. " We surrounded legislators to convince them that we had to have that appropria- tion . . . and it worked! We received a sizeable portion of it. Bare trees, a wind that went through your clothes, kerchiefs, coffee brewing — dreamers hummed " For Sentimental Reasons " ; others whistled " Hugging and a ' Chalking. " Dancing in Weil-Winfield ballroom. Cheeseburgers at the Grill. Winter on the W. C. campus. Came the ordeal . . . exams! Pig-tailed, blue- jean clad, bag-eyed horrors haunted the halls. Bri ' akfaisl liiu ' s were iii8iiriiiuiiiitahle. Then th» ' eaiiipiis was deserted for a day or so uiilil we reliiriie l for registration more bag-eyed than ever. Ilose-fhul seniors discussed rase work or prarliee teaeliing. Coordinating Blues were all the word. ry In February a erowded post office marked Valentine ' s Day aiw ' ifM? coming of these little white envelopes containing grades. Elections got nn Ierway with a bigcahipaign ranyHn the gym. OhI-tiniers Boulus. King. Hill, an«l Webb introducetl « ' andidates, P|l stersJ pgl5i hejwind. Sen- iors pitched their progressive dinner, going from dormitory to Wirtrnmjorj: a»d-WTiiding up at the AliuiM ae House for coffee and dessert with the faculty. (_ k Spriiiji arnvdreiViijIpw bells blossomed by the bridges tin- quAilrangVA emed to turn green overnight 1; Peabody i iirk came alive with dogwood; Mary JTaust ' s garden bloomed anew; and lilacs leni bc|auty tojelist campus. Boats came out on the lake. Figures appeirfed on the tennis courts. Tlie sun-bathing tent went up. We partied agam ihe sophq ore and freshman for- nials and at junior-senior. iC " -. In March came the annual Arts Forum. We heard Robert Penn Warren, Ernst Bacon, Thomas Munro, and Valerie Bettis. The campus was swamped with delegates from other schools. Gin-Gin McKinnon and her staff put out a special Coraddi with the best material sidiniitted. The Big Gym Meet had " Magazines " for its theme; and we all went out to cheer our league. Playlikers gave the first college production of The Barretts of Wimpole Street, And finally the last mass meeting. Seniors, in caps and gowns, marched in to the strains of: " May God build for you a harmony That will be both great and strong, Making all your life a melody ... " President Brittain made her last speech. Commercials left back of the auditorium the last notes of " We, the class of The class of the fire-engine red jackets was officially th moved up front. Freshmen rushed downstairs with a swo ' for election of everlasting officers. Then came graduati It was a good year — ' 46- ' 47 — a year characterized b government, administration, and publications; a year ni . . . a post-war year in which many of us got used to " thiii which we will all look back to with mingled emotions . . with nostalgia for one year, a college year, over.-Aad so The End, to the year 1946-47. eniors were excused. From the ... " came to listening ears. and juniors and sophomores ei iors retired to Alumnae House he last dance. Senior Ball. 1 harmony between student rablJ; for hard work and good play ey used to be. " It was a year kle here, a tear there . . . but rite 30j_our newspaper word for i etttA button, CAROLINIAN EDITOR Herd — HI y imr — r »(l 4 " ' T- Have a Coke Coke = Coca-Cola " Coca-Cola " and its abbreviation " Coke " are the registered trade- marks which distinguish the prod- uct of The Coca-Cola Company. Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Company by GREENSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HIGH POINT ROAD 218 E. D. 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C. ♦ 230 i SCHOOL PUBLICflTIOnS PRiriTERS OF YOUR YEARBOOK STUDENT DIRECTORY — A- ag.; No. Al iiiiftliy, (•. iiiii ' , IUJI l);,ll(m Uil, C.rrfiisboro 42 Al tini-lliy. Nina ll.ati ii-.-. Knglcwooil. Rocky Mount ....1.15 Ackir. Hilva. 1 1 kivii ■.i.li- Drive. New York, N. Y 1J5 Ailanis. K.lilh. .US Mrlvir St., Greensboro 116 Ailams. .Iiaii. . ' (.til WfMi.ver Dr., Winston-Salem 2, l7l A.l.iMi., M.iii.ni i:., Kuulc 1, Winston-Salem 116 Ak-iMu, liiv I- 11,11, 1214 Myrtle Ave., Charlotte 16J, 162, 42 Aik,,,, 1 I, .,li III S,, 5147 MacArthur Blvd. N. W., W.i.lnnu;!..!,. II C 42 . Whili- I ' Iniiis. . Y U6 l. ( . l.i 4.1 .96 .175,4J AU ...„lo, I ' luiUiin ' , juo W. FioMi St., States AUx.in.l.i. Kulli. RJl E. Bruw Kd., Lucknul Mnnntain, Tenn _ 116 .Mlaiii., Vera, Wl " Fairmont St., Greensboro - — Alger, Nancy Wharton, 205 George Mason Dr., Arlington, Va. _ U4 Allen, Caroline, 93 Lawsonvillc Ave., Reidsville 136 Allen, Eve Ann, Pollocksville - 116 Allen, Martha Brooks, 48 Coleman Ave., Ashevillc 96, 163, 162, 30, 31, 201 Allen, Mary Tanner, Morven Rd., Wadcsboro 116 Allison, Sarah, 414 Westover Terrace, Greensboro 116 Allred, Jean, 350 McAdoo Ave., Greensboro 116 .■ lmond, Peggy Marie, 547 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro _ 96, 170 Amos, Jane WalLlce, 310 Craven St., New Bern -. 96 Anderson, Isabel Muir, 2715 Hillsboro St., Raleigh 142, 162 Anderson, Mary Elizabeth, 2732 N. 18th St., Arlington, Va. 116 Anderson, Mary Henry. Rt. 2, Bo.x 867, Cheraw, S. C 137 Andrews, Carohne, 410 N. Center St., Mt. Olive ...96 .• ngier, Zaiene A., 1021 W. Trinity Ave., Durham 137 Ansley, Nancy Jane, 2222 Crescent Ave., Charlotte 42, 177, 199 Apostolacus, Barbara, 184 Liberty St., Long Branch, N. J.. -116 .-Applewhite, Elizabeth Battle, Box 1233, Wilmington — Applewhite, Maxine D., Acme 29, ii, 42 Archer, Gertrude, 1159 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 96, 29, 170 Archer, Mary Jo, 423 E. Boulevard, Charlotte 137 . rizola, Delia, D. Casanova 158 (San Isidio) Lima, Peru, S. A. _. 171 .-Armstrong, Carol, 711 W. Main St., Elizabeth City 198, 42 Armstrong, Florence Page, 629 Mitchel Ave,, Salisbury — . rmstrong, Rachel, 511 W. Second Ave., Gastonia 96 Arnold, Freda Mae, Box 392, Frankhn _. U5 Arnold, Lucy Hall, 923 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount 116 .-Arrowood, Katharine, Barium Springs 96, 164 Arthurs, Alma Ruth, 411 Mitchell Ave., Salisbury 116 Ashcralt, Frances, 244 W. Wade St., Wadesboro 96 Atkins, Henrietta, 323 W. Sixth Ave., Hendersonville -.156, 42 Atkins, Emily Alspaugh, 815 Jersey Ave., Winston-Salem 137 Auerbach, Edna Gladys, 2109 Ave., K., Brooklyn, N. Y. ....— Auman, Evelyn, Route 3, Asheboro 43 Austin, Ramona Bernice, 250 N. Fourth St., Albemarle 116 Austin, Betty Ruth, Shulls Mills 96 Austin, Louise Drye, 109 S. Second St., Albemarle 96 . ustin, C. Ramona, Hatteras __135 Austin, Roberta, Jefferson 43 .Austin, Sarah, Four Oaks 42 Averitt, Louise, 801 Dillard, Greensboro — Baber, Martha, 602 West Graham St., Shelby 42 Bachman, Janet Shaw, 1030 S. Garnett St,, Henderson 137 Bagwell, Esther, 226 Pineview Rd., Durham 116 Bailey, Dorothy Madeline, Stewart Ave., Mooresville 142 Bailey, Joyce, Elm City 134 Bailey, Mary Patsy, 320 S. Pearl St., Rocky Mount 96, 29 Balch, Ellen Huntington, Ditchley, Easton, Md. — Baldwin, Mary, 413 Cross St., Sanford 134 Ball, Cornelia Elizabeth, Hamer, S. C. — Ballard, Martha Elizabeth, Box 332, Biscoe 96 Ballinger, Emily, Guilford College 96, 152 Banks, Doris Amelia, 910 Boylan Dr., Raleigh — Bannerman, Alice Ann, 30O W. Pearson St., Dunn 198, 42 Barber, Jeanne, Goldston 181, 42 Barbour, Antoinette Pauline, 109 S. Oleander Ave., Goldsboro 116 Barbour, Betty Janet, 164 Wardwell Ave., Staten Island 2, N. Y .__ 116 Barefoot, Iris, Hallsboro 43 Barefoot, Ruth Elizabeth, Rt. 2, Benson 136 Barlowe, Margaret, Rt. 1, Box 51, Lenoir 1.16 Barnard, Patsy, Box 101, Weaverville 96 Barnes, Betsy Bennett, 105 Warren St., Wilson 96 Barnes, Dorothy, Lucama 43 Barnes, Margaret Ehzabeth, Rt. 1, Oxford 116 Barnes, Nina Ann, Rt, 4, Henderson 96 Baniett, Ann, R. F. D., Joppa, Md. 96 Barnette, Jean, Route 6, Charlotte 96 Barnhardt, Mary Stewart, 2304 E. Fifth St., Charlotte 116 Barrett, Barbara, 11 Ashley St., Pittsfield, Mass. - Barringer, Amerylis Virginia, 1111 Oval Dr., Durham 116, 154 Barry, Mary Jean, Westridge Rd., Greensboro 96 Bartenfeld, Shirley Carol, Roswell Rd., Dunwoody, Ga. 96 Barwick, Frances, 217 Kensington Rd., Greensboro 116 Basham, (Mrs.) Janet, 1515 Spring Garden St., Greensboro 96 Bason, Dorothy, Yanceyville 44 Bass, Elizabeth Lee, Mansion Park Hotel, Raleigh __ 162, 167, 165, 164, +4 Bass, Mary Elizabeth, 201 N. Park Dr., Greensboro 96 Batchelor, Doris Ward, Box 314, Nashville _ 96 Batchker, Arlene, 820 East 10th St., Brooklyn, N. Y — Bates. Natalie. 107 Prince St., Alexandria, Va __.- Batts, Mary Lou, Rt. 5, Greensboro — Baughman, Virginia Lee, 2508 Belvedere Ave., Charlotte —134 Baynes, Doris, 407 N. Main St., Burhngton _ — Beal. Agnes, Red Oak __ 44 Beale, Mary Ann, Everette Ave., Raleigh .__ 137 Beall, Elizabeth, 6105 Mendenhall St.. Greensboro - -..— Beam, Marjorie, 324 Beaumonde, Shelby 96 Beaman, Betty Sue, 107 S. Mendenhall St., Greensboro 44 Beaman. Margaret, 107 S. Mendenhall St., Greensboro 116 Bearden, Florence Madeline, Lookout Mountain, Asheville _ 96, 184 Page No. Beasley. Doris, South St., Davi lson ._ — Hcaslcy, Jacqueline, 7(«2 S. Hayne St., Monroe 116 Beasley, Rebecca Anne, 131 Worth St., Mt. Airy 96 Beck, Mary, 2645 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 142 Becker, Margaret, P. O. Box 38, Morganville, N. J. — Belch, Maijcrie, 2201 Avondale Ave,, Charlotte - 45, 169 Bel,,.s, l ,,ti,i., Cliristers, 1215 Fair St,, Camden, S. C 137 Bell, , ,n,,,,.l.,, w: Rolling Rd,, Burlington 96 Hell, l;. i,,l . 111 X. Cedar St,, Greensboro 96, 174 Bell, r,,ii„ 1 1.. MS. Rt. 1, Statesville 116 Hiinl.i, I i,l,n. 111 N. 10th St., Wilmington 135 Bci.il. I, (..null., 1(1, 2, Box 53, Norlina 116 Bciiii.ii, 1 III , Hill, Polkton — Benin n, K.iili.niu. Collins, 728 Gimghaul Rd., Hiapcl llill .__ 96, 164 Bennett, Ida, 3 ,Vliirsh,,ll Ki.li;., . . a ( .iiiian. Conn 45 Bennett, Mary Lou, .i.- ' . K I . i .si , t,i . . nsboro — Benson, Elizabeth, r«i.i .-.ini M , W iliiimr i..n 96 Benson, Mary Russ, l ' Jn.i Ann si .IminKtim 137 Bentley, Jane Read, 1419 Wliili In.. 111,. I . II, gh Point — Benton, Aurelia Jones, 148 W M un -■. Ii.iiivillc, Va 97 Bernstein, Rita, 108 W. Av L.I. , i,.,,. l,.,r o 44 Bcrrier, Joan, Cole Rd., Rt. L. S ni i.jii Sjkm - 136 Berry, Maro Carolina, Box 7435, care Mrs. Sara A. Smitheon, Asheville 135 Berry, Mary S., 304 Wentworth Dr., Greensboro 97 Bertholf, Virginia Rac, 22 Dayton Rd., Morris Plains, N. J. 137 Best, Robbie Frances, 406 Harding Ave., Kinston 134, 138 Betts, Joyce Gibson, 2907 Ellwood Ave., Richmond, Va, -136 Bieber, Aline. 112 Swarthmore Ave., Ridley Park, Pa. -.-- Birchett, Louise Harrison, 709 Francis, Hopewell, Va. 135 Bird, Paula Ethel, 809 King Ave,, Florence S. C. 97 Birkhead, Ann Watson, 130 Elm St., Asheboro .... 174, 167, 44 Bishop, Helen Hubbard, 909 Breeden Heights, Bennettsville, S. C. - -.137 Bizzell, Ann Musgrave, 105 S. James St., Goldsboro — Blackburn, Audrey Marguerite, 3014 Evergreen A Balti Md, .164 Blackwelder, Aileen, 125 E, McNeely Ave., Mooresville Blackwelder, Betty Jane, 613 W, Side Dr., Lexington 116 Blackwelder, Lydia, 942 W. End Blvd., Winston-Salem — Blackwell, Georgia Lee, 3520 Edgewood Ave., Richmond 22, Va - 136 Blalock, Mary Sue, 3901 E, Market St., Greensboro — Blank, Anne Bailey, Rock Springs Rd., Greenville 44 Blankenship, Becky Jo, 2107 Dilworth Rd., E., Charlotte 135, 132 Blevins, Mary Nance, Dobson 136 Blitstein, Carol, 850 E. 24th St., Brooklyn, N, Y. -14 Blue, Marie, 707 W. Church St.. Laurinburg 97 Blue, Mary Ahce, Rt. 3, Carthage 97 Blumenstock, Sallee, 345-30th St,, West Palm Beach, Fla, — — Blumenthal, Margie, Box 445, Franklin _ __4S Bobbitt, Annaionette, Castalia _ __- Bobbitt, Kathryn Rice, 905 Fifth St,, Durham „ 134 Bodenheimer, Mary Ruth, Rt, 1, Kernersville 97 Bochret, Alice C, 7206 Chestnut Ave,, Philadelphia, 26, Pa. 97 Bolick, Martha Hazel, Route 5, Box 169, Lenoir ...45 Bolton, Nancy Everette, 323 Villa St., Rocky Mount — Bond, Clara Murphy, Box 101, Windsor 31, 44, 162, 163, 179 Bond, Margaiet. Box 101, Windsor 97 Boney, Lynette, 707 College St., Clinton — Booker, Laurena, 412 S. Chapman St., Greensboro 97, 154, 171 Boosahs, Mary, 509 Pilot Ave., Fayetteville 136 Boren, Marian Dick. 4228 Winston Rd., Greensboro — Boren, Patricia Taylor, N.C.O.H., Gastonia 97 Boring, Minor, College St., Oxfoid 97, I7. Boseman, Marjorie Grey, Rt, 3, Rocky Mount 97 Bost, Iris, 209 Kerr St., Concord 116 Bost, June Estelle, Rt. 5. Box 51, High Point 135 Bostian, Mary Louise 2109 E. Fifth St., Charlotte 116 Bosworth, Janice, 34 Woodlawn PI., Longmeadow, Mass. 97, 162 Boulus, Jumela, 95 Brumley St., Concord 157, 202, 44 Bowden, Frances Arnold, Box 234, Milledgeville, Ga. __87, 184 Bowen, Mary Cornelia, Rt. 2, Gastonia 175, 199, 44 Bowen, Wanda EIrose, Box 374, Robbins 116 Bowles, Ehzabeth Ann, 2303 Vine St., Greensboro 117 Bowles, Mary Frances, 2232 Parkway Dr., Winston-Salem 137 Bowman, Nancy, Rt. 2, Brown Summit - _. 44, 168 Boyd, Alice Loraine, 2410 Sherwood Ave., Greensboro 142 Boyd, M. Evelyn, P. O. Box IIW. Rocky Mount 97 Boyd. Linda, 2410 Sherwood Ave,, Greensboro 142, 140, 152 Boyd, Nancy Laura, 804 Elam Ave., Greensboro 117 Boyette, Dorothy Irene, Mi W. Broad, Wilson 135 Boyette, Helen. Carthage 97 Bradford, Betty, Concord Rd., Davidson 117 Bradford, Kathryn, Rt. 1, Julian __ _45 Bradley, Elizabeth, 411 Birch Ave., Westfield, N. J _.135 Bradley, Margaret, 212 W, Washington Ave,, Be City .97 Braftord, Ann, 205 Third St,, Sanford Brandenburg, Margaret Joy, 1128 Coolidge Rd., Ehzabeth, N. J. 97 Brannock, Mae Marjorie, Box 763, Mt. Airy 97 Brantley, Joanne, 320 S. Mendenhpll, Greensboro 138 Braswell, Kathleen, 605 N. Mendenhall St., Greensboro ..117 Braswell, Nina, Jackson 45 Brawley, Ruth, Route 2, Mooresville 46, 170 Bray, Rena. 509 Randolph St., Thomasville 117, 165 Breeding, Janet, Stevensville, Md, 97 Bremer. Ehzabeth Barden, 324 N, 5th St,, Albemarle 117 Brendle, Verna, 1513 Spring Garden St., Greensboro — Brewer, Annie Margaret, Box 344, Carthage — Brewer. Grace Louise, Jamesville _ 157, 46, 170 Bridger, Emma Louise, Bladenboro — Briggs, Evelyn, Box 214, Burnsville .___ 97 Brimhall, Betty Ray, 412 Carona St., Winston-Salem 46 Brimhall, Jo Ann. 412 Caiona St., Winston-Salem 117 Brinkley. Alice Elizabeth. 1004 Kenan St., Wilson 97 Brinson, Cathleen, Arapahoe 117 Brittain, Beulah Catherine. 406 S. Sixth St., Wilmington ..142 Brittain, Mary Elizabeth, 310 E, Harden St., Graham 28, 29, 30, 203. 200. 46 Broadbooks, Gracia, 222 Aldine St., Rochester, N. Y. .. 47. 169 Brock, Frances Alverta, Farmington 47 Brockman, Roberta, 284 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. N. V. 135 Bronstein, Bernice, 809 N. College St., Kinston 134 Brooks. Sybil. 23 Shepherd. Raleigh 46 Brothers. Bess. 307 N. Virginia. Goldsboro 97, 180, 184, 186 Page No, Broughton, Gcrvis Carolyn, Box 955, Spencer 117 Brower, Mary Dccic, Star Route. Siler Oily 142 Brown, Alice Knowle.. 3740 Holmes Lane. Alexandria, Va 135 Brown, Barbara Ann, 818 E, Park Ave., Charlotte 137 Brown, Barbara Edythe, 3010 Rullin St., Raleigh — Brown, Betty Louise, 1(M7 W, Front St., Statesville 117 Brown. Doris l juise, Burnsville — Brown. Dorothy Ann, Rt, 1, Weaverville - Brown, Ina Olivia, Box 183, Richlands — Brown, Sara Lois, Seaboard . .-.97 Brown, Peggy Lynn, 49 Sheridan Rd., Asheville 97 Brown, Sara Lou, Main St., Randleman 117 Bruin, Alycc Amelia, 2606 S, Lynn St., Arlington, Va _ 135, 29, 132 Brumticid, Alice Mac, Vadkinvillc 134 Bruncr, Janet Louise, 410 E. Fish r St., Salisbury 142 Brunson, Mary Lynn, 217 Broughton, Orangeburg, S. C. -.134 Bruton, Sue Alice, Candor 184, 186, 46 Bryan, Anne Marshall, 1605 Granville Rd., Greensboro — Bryan, Kathryn Truman, 27 Broadview Ave., Asheville - 30, 200, 46 Bryan, Mary Carleen, Box 235, Burlington — Bryant, Betty, 1911 Alexander Rd., Raleigh 97 Bryant. Betty Lou. 1502 Maple St., Greensboro 142 Bryant, Ruth, .Stedman 117 Bryson, Ruth Elizabeth, Cullasaja 135 Buchanan. Mary Elizabeth. 110 Overbrook Rd.. Rt. 10. Knoxville. Tenn - 137 Buck. Lois Anne. 406 W. Berkeley St., Unionlown, Pa. ..— Budlong, Elizabeth, 2140 Queen St., Winston-Salem 97; 170 Buie, Jewel, 2004 Dilworth Rd , Charlotte 117 Bull, Miriam Dorothy, 303 W. Whitaker Rd., Raleigh ....- Bulla, Lita Grey, Rt. 2, Box 121, Fayetteville 97 Bullard, Alma Mae, 619 While Oak St., Asheboro — Bulluck. Betsy Ann, Englewood, Rocky Mount 98, 94, 175, 201 Bumgarner, .Sara, 106 Cherry St., Lenoir _ 142 Bumpass, Susie, Virgilina, Va. ._ 98 Bundy, Emily Frances, Jamestown 98 Buquo, Mary Carmelita, Box 156, Hot Springs 98 Burke, Elsie Gray, 914 Carohna Ave., Winston-Salem 117 Burke, Martha Eugenia. 1824 Georgia Ave.. Winston-Salem .-.- _ 135 Burnett. Mana. 201 N. Church St.. Rocky Mount 46 Burnette. Margaret. Sardis Rd.. Enka 47 Burnett. Mildred. Box 344. Burgaw - — 117 Burnette. Virginia. Box 242. Highlands .: — Bush. Ellen Mark, 46 Morgan Ave.. Washington. Pa. 136 Butler. Frances Ann. Hotel DeSoto. Savannah, Ga. 98 Butler, Gatsy Jane, 410 E. Walnut St., Goldsboro — Butler, Mary Ehzabeth, 537 Arbor Rd., Winston-Salem ..137 Byars, Ozelle Martin (Mrs.), Rt. 3, Gaffney, S. C 98 Bycrs. Bettie Louise. 615 W. Bell St.. Statesv ille 98 Bynum. Julia Frances. 1001 Wharton St.. Greensboro 142 Bynum, Susan, Pinetops 98, 154 Byrd. Barbara, 306 V. Mendenhall St., Greensboro - 117, 179 Byrnes, Martha Wyche (Mrs.), 49 Pigdon St., Waynesville 47 -C— Cade, Ehzabeth Mae, 201 Gulf St.. Sanford 142 Caison. Betty Gene, Fayetteville St.. Clinton 117 Caldwell, Ella Fair, 1540 Stanford PI., Charlotte - 137 Caldwell. Frances Virginia. Twin Castle Apts., Winston- Salem 137 Callahan, Dorothy Sue, Union Level, Virginia 135 Callahan, Elizabeth Anne, Franklin — Calvert, Sallie Moore, Jackson ..._ 137 Cameron, Flora Ellen, Box 503, Pinehurst 136 Cameron, Margaret Lillian, 4801 Connecticut Ave., N. W., Washington 8, D. C - - - 117 Campbell, Carolyn, 142 Acadia Ave., Winston-Salem 117 Campbell, Dorothy Sue, Mount Airy _ 142 Campbell, Frances Etta, 534 Highland Ave., Greensboro — Campbell. Nancy, 914 N. Main Ave., Newton _ 137 Campbell, Nancy Hill, P. O. Box 1172, Pinehurst 117 Campbell, Sarah Fowler. Box +49. Washington .. 46, 162, 178 Campbell, Sophia Ann, E. Main St., Taylorsville 117 Cannady, Cleo, 2311 Longdale Dr., Greensboro 117 Cannon, Babbie L., 2215 Walker Ave., Greensboro 136 Cannon, Rachel, 2216 Walker Ave., Greensboro — Garland, Mary R., Arden -..98 Carlton, Elizabeth Anne. 826 Peachtree . " t.. iV. E.. Atlanta. Ga. — -117 Carpenter, Elizabeth, Rt. 3. Box 13, Greensboro — C arpenter. Jo Ann, 503 Mahaley Ave., Salisbury 137 Carr, Betty Jane. 708 W. Davis St.. Burlington - 29. 117, 181 Carson, Allein DeLoach. 212 Anderson St., Greenville 135 Carson, Mildred Ruth, Robersonville 46 Carter, Mildred Anne. 1605 Craig St.. Raleigh 46, 171 Carter, Evelyn, 306 N. Green St., Morganton -. 117 Carter, June Spencer, 201 Fayetteville Rd., Rockingham —136 Carter, Margaret R., 107 N. Ander son St., Morganton 46, 170 Carter, Mary Ruth, 702 E. Fourth St., Greenville -. 117 Carter, Anne Shirley, 1738 Preston Rd., Alexandria. Va. --— Carter. Sue. 220 Eden Terrace, Winston-Salem 136 Casey, Dorothy. Dudley - 98 Cash, Patricia Susan, Box 75, Yadkinville 98 Casper, Mary Erma, New London 47 Cassidy, Margaret Ann, 33-16—203 St.. Baysidc, Long Island, N. Y. — Cathey, Jean, Rt. 6, Charlotte 2 98 Cathey, Rachel, Box 23, Skyland 98 Cathey, Edythe Virginia, Skyland 47 Causey, Martha Sue. Rt. 1, Liberty 98 Causey, Mildred, Rt. 1. Liberty - 98 Cavin. Margaret Anne. Box 146. Stanley — 117 Chace, Pastora. 125 E. 57th St.. New Y ' ork, N. Y. — - 136 Chamberlain, Jane. 70 Brookside Dr.. Greenwich, Conn — Chamberlain. Mary Ann,. 2506 Berkley PI.. Greensboro ...118 Chambers. Gladys. 2012 Lewis Circle. Raleigh 28. 30. 98. 154. 156. 201 Chambers. Lucile Beatrice. Stocksville — —48 Chamblee. Laurcne. Rt. 1. Louisburg 48 Champion. Joan. Cherokee . ve.. Cartersville. Ga 136, 138 Champion. Katharine Cornelia. Rt. I. Box 149, Fuquay Springs — Chandler. June Elizabeth, 4035 Bousall Ave., Drexel Hill. Pa. 134 233 STUDENT DIRECTORY— w„»J Page No. Chandler, Polly Larine. 80O N. Church St.. Salisbury 118 Chaney, Madge. Rt. 2. Monroe - -9S Chapman, Marjorie Lee. White Blutf, Rt. 3, Box 60, Savannah, Ga. 98 Charles. Dorothy, 261 Hill St., Rocky Mount - 118 Chason, Kathryn, Rt. 3, Fayetteville 98 Chauncey, Katherine, Bo.x 43, Lake Waccamaw 142 Cheek, Elsie Pearl, Rockwell 48 Cheek, Emma Mae, 641 Asheboro St., Greensboro -142 Cheek, Nancy Josephine, 155 Colonial Village, Wilmington - 142 Cheek, Rena, Route 3. Chapel Hill 98 Cheney, Dorothy, Box 504, Pinehurst 118 Chester, Onal June, Box 191, Pittsboro 98 Childers, Mary Evelyn. 221 Bell Ave., Kannapolis -S8 Chni, Elsie, 122 C. Street, Washington, D. C. - — Chipley, Ann L., 1400 W. Haven Blvd., Rocky Mount — Chitty, Parthenia Louise, Pine St., Murfreesboro 118 Choate. Emogene, Sparta s 98 Chor, Marjorie Jane, 3402 Forest Park Ave.. Baltimore, Md. __ — Church, Ehzabeth, Rt. 2, Canton — Claiborne, Mary Katherine. 2411 Camden Rd., Greensboro -4S Clapp, Elizabeth Bethea. 302 Carolina Ave., Spencer ..114. 118 Clapp, Ruth Brown, 1199 Oxford R.I., N. E.. Atlanta, Ga. -- Clark. Betty Mae. 502 Greenfield. Wilmington — Clark. Leah Helen. Box 374. Rt. 3. Greensboro 9i Clark. Margaret E.. Moriches Post Office. Long Island. N. Y. _98 Clarke. Rita Guilmette. Northfork. W. Va. 137 Clayton. Joyce, 115 Forest Hill Dr.. Ashcville -.118 Clegg. Barbara Ruth. 303 Warren St., Greensboro _ 98 Clegg. Mary Anne. Rt. 1. High Point - — Clegg. Mary McKeithan. Carthage - 98, 164 Clem. (Mrs.) Aureha Kelly. Candler — Clemmer. Peggy Louise. 201 Endor St. Sanord 98, 178, 184 Cline, Constance, Rt. 3, Box 53, Concord 29, 49 Cloer, Linda. 3334 C. St.. S. E.. Washington 19. D. C 98 Cloninger. Amelia Boren. Rt. 7. Box 320. Greensboro ....118 Coates, Martha Matthews. Saluda 118 Cobb. Geraldine. 412 N. Ellis Ave.. Dunn 98 Cobb. Kathryn. Box 2591. Charlotte 49, 174 Coble. Elizabeth Anne, Rt 4. Burlington 118 Coble, Marjorie E., Rt. 4, Burlington _ 98 Coble, Mildred Armstrong. 106 W. Second Ave., Gastonia _...135 Coble. Virginia. 2315 Kirkpatrick PI.. Greensboro - 142 Cochrane. Agnes. Quinn-Marshall. Laurinburg 48, 168 Cockfield. Marveign Cloud. 2,«2 Masonic Dr., Greensboro 152 Cockinos. Petsa C. 1119 Winnifred St., Charlotte 98 Cogdill. Ruth. Spring Creek 48 Coggin. Patricia Ann. 2734 W. Jefferson St.. Wilmington _.._ 137 Coggins. Jean. 301 North State St., Lexi ngton _— Cohn. Marilyn. 1108 N. Pitt St.. Alexandria. Va 118, 164 Cole, Betsy Ann. Magnolia, Raeford ._ 99 Coleman, Frances Page, Gloucester, Va 30, 99, 201 Coley. Virginia Elizabeth, 120 Ashe Ave.. Newton 99 Collarte. Lucia, 801 Riverside Dr.. New York City, 118, 156, 164 Collett, Elizabeth Ann, Rt. 1, Thomasville - 118 Collier, Margaret, Deep Run — Comins, Peggy Ann, 2417 Fairfield, Bluefield, W. Va., 48 Cone, Anne Worsham, 710 Country Club Dr., Greensboro -.— Congleton, Virginia A.. Stokes 99 Connelly, Doris Mae, 315 E. Lane St., Raleigh — Connelly, Helen Louise, 608 Draper Rd., Blacksburg, Va. -.134 Connolly, Barbara Elizabeth, 354 S. Main St., Reidsville 137 Connor, Kate Carrington, 706 Forest Hills Blvd., E. Durham — Cooke, Carolyn L., Box ,182. Kernersvilb 142 Cooke. Clara Jean. 1848 Runnymede Rd., Winston-Salem -29 Cooke. Ruth. Aulander 48 Cooney. Eileen E.. 318 Ardmore Ave., Trenton 9, N. J. 165, 171 Copley. Ann. 1722 Chester Rd.. Raleigh 99 Copley. Nancy Leigh. 1722 Chester Rd.. Raleigh 136 Coppala, Peggy Bernardine. 437 Sylvania Ave.. Charlotte -136 Cothran. Eleanor Bryson. 2218 Circle Dr.. Raleigh 134 Corbin. Margaret. Cullasaja _ 49 Cornwcll. Frances. Rt. 5. Shelby __ 118 Costas. Hellen Irene. 48 N. W. 8th St.. Miami. Fla _99 Coston. Thelma Marie. 66 Manteo Dr.. Havelock ..- 99 Cothran. Anne, 1416 Park Dr., Raleigh 99 Cothran, Eleanor, 2218 Circle Dr., Raleigh — Coulter, Catherine, 205 Sunset Dr.. Greensboro — Covington. Doris. 226 Park St., Asheboro .. _ 49 Covington. Jean Neal. 502 S. Main St., Laurinburg 142 Covington, Margaret, 701 S. Main St., Laurinburg 99 Covington, lillian Marian, 2226 Greenway Ave., Charlotte. .4.-! Covington, Mary Woodward, 119 Broad St.. Danville. Va. 118 Covington. Tommie. 1002 Magnolia St.. Greensboro - Cowan, Virginia. Garland 48, 165 Cowdery, Dorothy, 601 W. 113 St., New York, N. Y. __ ' 134 Cox, Betty Lou, Woodside Ave., Myrtle Beach S. C _ ' — Cox, Claudine, 373 Hill St., Asheboro _. . _ 118 Cox, Cynthia, Rt. 3. Winston-Salcm 48, 168 Cox. Helen Jean. 801 S. Church St., Winston-Salem 135 Cox, Juanita, 373 Hill St., Asheboro ..__ 48 170 Cox. Virginia Mae, Lakeview - -- • Craddock, Betty, 268 Lawsonville Ave., ReidsviHe .. 142 Craig, Evelyn Anne, 2333 Kenmore Ave., Charlotte 99 Cranford. Hilda, Candor _ 99 Crater, Beatrice S., 180 Rock Ave., N. Plainfiefd. N. j. . .. 99 Craven. Frances Shearin. 105 Wilson St., Greensboro 118 Crawford. Edna, Cooleemee 99 Crawford. Elisabeth Fore. 635 Avon Rd., Raleigh Ct., Roanoke IS. Va. ' 137_ ]62 Crawford. Margy Isabelle. 904 Terrell St.. Greensboro — Crawford. Marilyn. Black Mountain 29. 49. 167 184 Crawford. Ola Jeaneane, 1306 Ehvell Ave.. Greensboro —.138 C rawford. Peggy, 506 E. Franklin St.. Raleigh 142 Cray. Frances Louise. 627 W. Magnolia. San Antonia. Texas 99 Creech. Margaret Arlene. 206 Oakridge Ave., Fayetteville 13S Creety, Mary S., 966 Los Angeles Ave.. N. E., Atlanta. Ga. _ — Cresson. Esther. 209 Reform St., Lenoir 99 Crocker. Helen Elnita. Box 343, Grover 99 Crohn. Miriam H.. 75 Mt. Vernon Circle. Asheville 118 Cromer. Nancy. 915 Magnolia Ave.. Charlotte _ 40, 49, 181 Crone. Marie, 605 N. Lionel St., Goldsboro 99 Croom. Yvonne, 1M9 Deckner Ave., S. W.. Atlanta, Ga. ..— Page No. Cross, Carolyn I.. 22 Trowbridge Rd.. Worcester. Mass. 136. 156 Cross, Roma Lee. Gates 99 Crouch. Miriam M., 610 N. Main St.. Blacksburg, Va 135 Grouser, Jeane, 33 Academy St., Waynesville 136 Crow. Kathleen, 2204 Rozzells Ferry Rd.. Charlotte — 50 Crow, Marjorie, 1702 Chestnut St.. Wilmington 118 Grumpier. Anne Leigh, 206 Sycamore St., Clinton 118, 165 Crumpton. Janie. Roxboro 29, 50, 154, 169 Crutchfield. Lora Elizabeth. Rt. I. Guilford College -118 Culbreth. Alma Joy. Rt. I. Stedman 118 Culbreth. Helen. Rt. 2, Benson 118 Culpepper. Carolyn. 106 Pearl St., Elizabeth lU Cunning, Patricia Lawrence, 180 Ashland Ave., Bloomfield. N. J. 134 Cunningham, Elizabeth Lee, 507 S. Chester St.. Gastonia 29, 118 Curlee, Lydia Geraldine, Oakboro 118 Curlee. Mildred. Oakboro 50, 186 Curtis. Betty Jane. Lee Hall. Va. — Cutright. Barbara. Stockton. Md. ___119 -D- Dalton, Anne, 531 Clover St . Winston-Salem 50 Dalton, Barbara. 531 Clover St.. Winston-Salem 119 Daly. Catharne. 499 Kimberly Ave.. Asheville — D ' Amico. Alpha Lee. Rt. 2. Mount Airy _ — Daniel. Jane Brady. 22:S0 Charlotte Dr., Charlotte 99 Daniel, Mary Anne. 500 Sycamore St., Weldon _ -119 Daniels, Carol Ann, 2334 Lynhurst Ave.. Winston-Salem ..119 Daniels. Mary Louise, 53 Williams St., New London, Conn. 140, 142 D ' Arcy. Theresa A., 186 E. 93rd. St., New York 28, N. Y. -— 99 Darden, Derusha. Murfreesboro 99 Daughtry, Helen. 306 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids 51 Da Vault, Helen Alice. 1325 Biltmore Dr., Charlotte 4 -- W, 154 Davenport, Ruby Esther, 434 Hawkins Ave., Sanford — Davidowitz, Eve T., 6 Rapoly Rd.. Merion, Pa. 136, 157 Davidson, Lula Welch, 8 Hall St., Wadesboro 51, 170 Davis, Audrey Louise, 612 Forest Ave., Greensboro 99 Davis, Betty Lou, 1818 Grace St.. Winston-Salem — — Davis, Clara Jay, Middlesex 50, 184 Davis, Dolly, 8i9 E. Morningsiae Dr , N. E., Atlanta, Ga. - 1.16 Davis. Elizabeth Ann, 625 Pine St.. New Orleans 18. La. 134. 162, 164 Davis, Frances Cary, 2218 Club Blvd., Durham 137 Davis, Frances Lee, 211 Camden Kd., Wadesboro 135 Davis. Gloria Lee. 512 N. Jackson St.. Goldeboro 119 Davis, Juanita. Englewood. Rocky Mount 99 Davis, Mary Frances. Box 412. Conway. S. C. 50 Davis, Nancy Lee, 21 Clarke Rd.. Richmond 21, Va 134 Davis, Nell Forester, 239 N. Oak St., Statesvillc 50 Davis, Nina Darline. Rt. 2. Salisbury 119 Davis, Sarah Jane. Rt. 3. Shelby 99 Davis, Thelma Ehzabeth, 2013 Creecy Ave., Wilmington 50 Dawson, Doris. Beaver Lake, Rt. 4. Box 115. Fayetteville -142 Dawson, Susan, Englewood, Rocky Mount 119 Deal, Betty, Route 2, Newton — Deal, Dorothy D., 2011 Beverly Dr., Charlotte -- 51, 181 Deal. Gene Stratton. Rt. 1. High Point ! — Dcas, Mary. 9 Hampton St., Canton — Debnam, Sara Lou, 424 Hamilton, Roanoke Rapids .. 137, ll 4 Decker, LaVcrne. 220 E. Avondale. Greensboro 99 Decs. Helen Page. 305 S. Mendenhall, Greensborc — — DeFrank, Marion Collins, 233 Gardon St.. E. Savannah, Ga..-— DeHart. Pauline. Morgan St.. Box 8. Spray 142 DeHoney. Martyvonne. 40 Macopin Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 99. 162. 167. 2U1 Dejure. Margaret Elaine. 7103 Hilltop Rd., Upper Darby. Pa. - - 135 DeLamar. Frances P.. 1516 School St., Charlotte 51 Dellinger. Kathleen. Box 233. Conover 99 Dellinger. Vilma, Box 246. Cherryville 50 DeLozier. Charlotte. 867 Haywood Rd., Asheville 29 DeLozier, Nina Elise. 867 Haywood Rd., Asheville 100 Denbo, Imogene, 2417 Shenandoah Ave.. Durham 136 Denny. Betty Brown. 820 Cowper Dr.. Raleigh 50 Denny, Sarah Catherine 920 Coivper Dr., Raleigh .. 29, 119, 164 Dent, Claudia Gene. 308 S. Willow St.. Gastonia -142 DesChamps. Dorothy Juanita. Rt. 4, Sumter, S. C -119 Dettor, Martha, 3402 Harcourt Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn — DeVane. Mary Frances. 124 Rowan St.. Fayetteville 119 _ . -- . . . — _._.... jj 135 DeWitt. Evelyn Rita. 10 Fanly A ve., Spring Valley. N. Y. - —119, 164 Deyton, Susan. Box 116. Spruce Pine — Dickens, S. Catherine, Varina -50 Dickerson, Gay, Friendly Rd., Guilford Colleg 119 Dickerson, Jane, 300 Leasburg St., Roxboro 119 Dickey, Eleanor LeClaire, 310 W. Divine St.. Dunn 50, 180, 196 Dickey, Nancy Bridgett, 311 E. Kings St., Kings Mountain - — Dillard, Eleanor, Willard 119 Dillard, Mary. 915 N. Elm St.. Greensboro -- 119, 152 Dillon. Marian. 215 W. Main St.. Thomasvide 100 Dineen. Mildred, 136 Alderman St., Springfield, Mass 119 Dixon, Patsy Gray, 3 Cedar Court, Plymouth 119 Dobbins, Evelyn Marguerite, 1526 W. Franklin Ave., Gastonia 137 Dobson, Mary Helen, Rt. 2, Nebo 119 Dodds, Blanche Eunice. 1525 Dodds Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. — Donald, Margaret Anne, lo03 Madison Ave., Greensboro ..119 Donaldson, Roberta, West End -.- 100 Donnan Audrey, 269 Carmita Ave., Rutherford, N. J. 136 Donnell, Mary Lou, 303 S. Pineview . ve., Goldsboro 119 Douglas, Betty Lou, 326 . rbor Rd., Winston-Salem 137 Douglas, Helen, 515 Fenton PI., Charlotte --- 100 Douglas, Nancy, 515 Fenton PL, Charlotte 142 Downing, Priscilla, 15 Pleasant St., Hingham, Mass -186 Downing, Yvonne, Veterans ' Hospital, Fayetteville — Dozier, Nancy, 1110 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount _. 31, 51. 180 Draper, Florence, Weldon 100 Draughon, Cornelia Rux. Whitakers 51 Drum, Carolyn. 19 West H. St.. Newton 135 Due, Doris Joan. Columbia Rd., Ellicott City, Md. 52, 184, 186 Page No. Dumas. Margaret. 313 E. Chestnut. Goldsboro — Dunathan. Jeanne, 51 Mansfield Ave., Shelby, Ohio 136 Duncan, Bobbie Jeanne, 512 W. Second Ave., Gastonia .—ICO Duncan, Glenna, Rt. 3. Siler City 119 Duncan, Marion, 284 Voorhis Ave., River Edge, N. J. 52 Dunn. Betty. 229 N. Central Ave., Ramsey, N. J 119 Dunn, Melba Lorraine, Rt. 1. Jackson Sprii gs — Dunning, Katherine, Box 44, Summerville. S. C. .— -135 Duval, Barbara, Box 96. Waxhaw — — — E— Eagle, Nancy Louise, 1515 Second St., Salisbury 52, 170 Earles, Margaret Lucille, Rt. 1. Box 222, Greensboro 100 Earley. Janice. 405 First St.. Ahoskie - -- - 52 Eason. Mary Jackson. Stantonsburg - -A37 East, Lyme Louise. 153 Cumberland Ave.. Asheville - — Easter. Frances. 505 N. Yadkin Ave., Spencer 119 Eaton. Sarah Anne. Harton St.. Zebulon 136 Eckard. Sue, 1210 W. Blvd.. Charlotte 100 Economous. Evelyn, 546 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mount 135 Edens, Kathleen, 19th St., Lumberton 134 Edmunds, Jane Briscoe, 1601 Spottswood PI., Lynchburg, Va. -- 137, 162, 163 Edingcr, Barbara Jean, 63 Poplar St., Jersey City, N. J. ..119 Edwards, Almeta, Rt. 1. Whitakers 100 Edwards. Annie Louise. 1213 Daly St., Columbia, S. C - Edwards. Constance. Trenton — —110 Edwards. Ema, 309 Tarpley St.. Burlington -52 Edwards. Hazeline, 439 Rollingwood Circle, Fayetteville Effron, Janet B., 11 Noxon St., Poughkeepsie, N. V. Egerton, Anita, Mill Spring 52. 162 Egerton. Martha. 2100 Connecticut Ave. Washington. D. C. 120 Eichenbaum. Lillian. 38 Summit Ave.. Hackensack N. J. 137 Eichhorn, Louise. 1115 BriarcHfl Rd.. Greensboro 120 Eifort. Nancy. Box 144, West End 100 Eldridge. Margharetta C, 99 Piermont Ave., S. Nyack, N. Y. 135 Ellen. Agnes. Rt. 1. Enfield 120 Ellen. Margaret Ann. 406 Sycamore St . Rocky Mount 134 Filer. Daphne. Lansing - -..52 Ellinger. Frances. Durham Rd.. Chapel Hill 120 Elliott. Mary Upshur, 930 Raleigh Ave., Nor.olk, Va. 135, 162 Elliott. Patricia Muriel. 54 Cobane Terrace. West Orange. N. J. - 52. 169, 170, 171 Elliott, Ruth E.. 507 Sterling St., Greensboro 138 Elliott, Theo Beatrice. 502 Hayne St., Monroe -ICO Ellis. Ruth Patton. 116 Brentley Circle. High Point 137 Emanuel. Barbara Jean. 413 Champlain St.. Hamlet 94, 100 Emanuel. Mary. ir9 Price St., Greensboro — Ennis. Dorothy DeLeon. 4114 Walker Ave., Greensboro 52, 169 Entermille, Viola, 2730 Wisconsin Ave.. N. W., Washington. D. C — - 120 Erdman. Ruth Miriam. 1735-49th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. — Erickson, Louise Marie. Kalmia — . 136, 156 Ervin, Betty Jean, 611 East Fisher St . Salisbury 135 Eskey. Norma Lee. Box 901. Roanoke. Va. 52. 169 Etheridge. Mary Alice, Hotel Wilbui Wright, Kill Devil Hill -- — -- Eure. Blanche. Eure - - 120 Eutsler. Ann Llantaine, Hillcrest. Rt. 3. Kingsport. Tenn. 120 Eutsler. Isabel CaroHna. Hillcrest Rt 3. Kingsport. Tenn. 135 Eutsler. Nancy. Brunswick - - -- —.100 Evans, Jean Elizabeth, 701 Miller St., Winston-Salem 120 Evans, Marjorie Louise 908 Courtland St., Greensboro 120, 152 Evans, Rae Marie, 805 .N. Eugene St., Greensboro 120 Everett, Margaret McLendon. 300 LeGrand St.. Rockingham — 137 Fagg. Doris Simmons. Mount Olive -- - 120 Fair. Jeanette, 506 S. Aspen. Lincolnton 100, 174 Faison. Margaret Lucile. 209 Chesnutt St.. Clinton 120 Fales, Helen. 1707 Carolina Ave.. Wilmington -52 Falls, Jacqueline Mae. Kings Mountain 136 Fant. Mary Elizabeth. Box 92. Wrightsville Beach - Fardette, Patty Ann. 29 Shirley Rd.. Hilton Village Branch. Newport News. Va 120 Farley, Janet, Tryon — Farley, Jean Margaret. 4429 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia. Pa. - 136 Farmer. Alice. 1505 Princess St., Wilmingtcn .. 28, 29, 52. 204 Farrell. Myrtle S.. Box 156. Pittsboro 120 Farrington. Nancy. 222 Colonial Di.. Thomasville 135 Farrow. Jean, 604 Hyde Park Ave., Durham - — Fascr, Edna Marie, 1503 Randolph Ave., Greensboro — Faucett, Barbara Grace. 222 S. Bedford St.. Georgetown. Del. 136 Faulconer. Martha Murray, 405 Asheboro St.. Greensboro 54, 152 Featherstone, Gwendolyn, Smyre Station, Gastonia .. 137 Fehr, Barbara Ann, 1500 Scott Ave., Charlotte 137 Felton, Margaret Ann, Sunset Dr., Carthage 134 Ferebee, Margaret. Vanceboro 100, 170 Ferguson, Frances, 119 N. East Ave., Kannapolis — 100 Ferguson, Jean Rebecca. 1117 S. Aiken St., Martinsville. Va. 100, 164 Ferguson. Joan Lee. 65 Hobart St., E. Braintree. Mass. 135, 138 Ferguson. Kathryn Evangeline. Box 41, Weaverville 54 Ferguson. Lyndele V., 1605 Ball St.. Greensboro -• 142 Ferguson. Ruth Frances. 2508 Vanderbilt Ave.. Raleigh — Fields. Virginia Anne. 508 E. Franklin St.. Raleigh — Finchcr. Peggy Jean. Rt. 2, Matthews 100 Finlcy. Margaret Ehzabeth, 1110 F. Street, N. Wilkesboro — — Fipps. Nona Fay. P. O. Box 11. Chadbourn 135 Fishel. Ldlian. 2208 Sunnyside Ave.. Winston-Salem — Fisher. Ellen. 310 DeVane St.. Clinton ...- 54, 170 Fisher. Eulenc Marie. 920 Scales St., Salisbury .- 137 Fisher. Frances Hearn (Mrs.). Pine Bluft _ _ — Fisher. Jean Evelvn. 61 Ralph Ave.. White Plains. N. Y. -137 Fisher, Luetta. 30 Ottari Rd , Asheville — Fisher, Margaret, 725 E. Saddle River Rd., Ridgewood, N. J. - Fisher, Patricia W.. 121 Summit Ave., Wollaston. Mass _ -.- 136. 138 ♦234 STUDENT D 1 U E C T O R Y— ConUn.J ;s, Kllfii . Quaker Lane K(lB.-m„ nt. I ' a i-k, (aril liiir, 7 Magnoli ..ni. ,M7 Justic Fa Page West Chester Pike, , Forest City Hcndersonville 30, II. M.nK.ry Ann, 420 E. Dudley Ave., li ' M, . J 1 i.lwi Anne, 19 Dixie Trail, Ualcigh Ji-.in, Rl. 4, Oxfor.l Muriel Dorccn. 19J50 l.ittlefield, Detroit, Mich. ... itty, 508 Biltnvirc Ave, Aslievillc i.inilhy. 508 Biltmore Ave., Ashcville li . ill. Ill faddell. Temple Triiiler Village, nsboro 152 ■ille, Va. Winston-Salem 100. Kiiiiilnii. . l.ity. liiJn I ' liindly Rd., Greensboro 54, iM.rlics, Ann Si rinKlollinv, 9703 River Rd., Newport News, Va Forbes, Betty Lou, 6235 St. Anthony Ave., New Orleans 19, La. Ford, Cli.-.rlotte Ruth. 2101 Englewood Ave., Durham Ford, Mildred C, Seaboard Forney, Mary Hurst, Rt. 2, Westport, Conn Forrest, Elizabeth T., 114 E. Thirteenth St., Greenville -- Forsyth. Alyce, 1905 Walker Ave., Greensboro .., Foster. Dorothv Glenn, 1214 Highland Ave., Henilcrsoiiville -_ : Fo-tir. Kunicf Cain, Rt. 3, Oakwood Pk., Greensboro I ' .iunlaiii. Eva Sue. 3,16 Fifth St., N. E.. Atlan ta, Ga Fowler, Martha, 2023 Club Blvd.. Durham 114. : Fox, Alluwee, Rt. 2. Siler City ._. : I ' ox, Frances, Guilford College : Fox, Georgia Wallace, 440 Richmond Ave., Maplewood. N. J - -.._ - - 1 Fox. Harrictte Anne, SOI N. Mendenhall St., Greensboro - Fox, Mary Jane, Durham Highway, Roxboro __ 54, : Frady, Deanne, Sylva Francis. Helen, Kings __..; Franck, Ahce Lee. 831 Arsenal Ave.. Fayetteville : Franklin. Anne, 216 Middleton Dr., Charlotte 4 Frazier. Lois. Box 215. Spray - Freeland. Mildred. 516 Julian St.. Greensboro ._ Fritts. Eugenia Ann, 215 S. Central Ave., Somerset, Ky. .. Fryar. Mary Ruth. Summerfield Fuller, Barbara, 1109 Briarcliff Rd., Greensboro - — . Fullerton. Wilma. IS Northern Dr.. Short Hills, N. J 1 Fulp. Leonora. 1729 Amherst PI.. Charlotte S4. 178, 1 Funderburk, Nancy Beam. 1617 S. College Park Dr.. Greensboro 30. 120. 1 Furr, Frances Elizabeth, Box 425 Franklin 1 Gabai, Julia, 135 B. West 168th St., New York S2, N. Y 134 Gabriel, Betty Jo, 504 E. Iredell Ave., Mooresville 120 Gaddis. (Mrs.) Anne Jeanette McArthur. Rt. 2. Grifton 55 Gaddy. Ruby Elizabeth. Latta. S. C. 100 Gaddy. Eula Ross. Box 288. Wingate _. — Gaines. Sue. 104 Phillips St.. Tarhoro 94. 100. 177 Gallagher, Suzanne Flo. 1821 Walker Ave.. Greensboro ..120 Galligan, Terese Ann. 78 Hartwell PI.. Woodmere. N. Y. ..55 Gant. Marjorie L.. Rt. 1. Winston-Salem — Garner, Dorothy Gene, Box 34, Newport 54 Garner, Mildred Carson, 1819 Friendly Rd., Greensboro — Garris. Martha Jane. Box 242. Lilesville 121 Carver. Marilyn Ann. Box !98. Wrightsville Beach .. 136. 165 Gary. Patricia. 1712 Lyndhurst Ave.. Charlotte 137 Gaston. Margaret Johnson, 918 S. York St., Gastonia 121. 165 Gates. Anita June. 585 Mountain Dr.. N. E., Atlanta. Ga ..136 Gates. Kathryn. 114 E. 90th St.. New York City 121 GauEler, Gloria Lillian. 116 Sheridan Terrace, Ridgcwood, N. J. — Gaw, Anne. 139 Spa View Ave.. Annapolis, Md. — Gay, Lois Jane, 715 Sunset Ave., Rocky Mount ..100 Gay, Lula McCraw. Warrenton 29, 54 Genden, Mrs. Ann M., Troy 121 Gentry, Betty Jo, Glade Valley 121, 165 George, Jane, 2015 Roanoke Dr , Greensboro ..— Gibson, Avery, 1403 North Nash, Arlington, Va. — Gibson, Janet Louise, 102 California St., Ridgewood, N. J. 54, 184, 186 Gibson, Harriett Louise, 306 Boulevard, High Point 100 Gilbert, Annie Laurie, 221 N. W. 30th St., Miami, Fla. ....54 Gilbert, June. P. O Box 2152, Charlotte ...121 Gilbert. Lillian. Rt. 2, Rutherfordton 100 Giles, Mary Angelyn. Rt. 3, Cottage Grove, Tenn. 121 Gill. Ruth. M3A Cameron Ct.. Raleigh 121 Gillespie, Margaret Ann, 678 Sherwood Rd., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. 136 Gilliam, Lynda, Rt. 3, Sanford U6 Gillis, Ruth, Cameron 5S Glasgow, Jane, Rt. 2. Box 45. Littleton — Glass. Lois Gene. Tabernacle Rd.. Greensboro 121. 152 Glenn. Evelyn EHzaheth. 415 W. 4th St., Greenville 55 Glenn. Florence Virginia, 906 Chestnut St.. Henderson ....56 Glenn, Frances Belle, 309 N. Bloodworth St., Raleigh ....— Glenn. Jane, 2215 Elizabeth Ave., Winston-Salem — Glenn. Jean L., 2007 Rolhng Rd., Greensboro 56, 152 Glenn, Margaret, 760 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem 56 Glenn. Modran, 1516 Market St., Wilmington 137 Glovier, Helen V., Catawba — Goldsborough. Mary C, 811 E. Morehead, Charlotte 3 — Goldsmith, Mary Elizabeth, 917 Woodlawn Ave., Beckley, W. Va. 137 Goode. Gabrielle Brown, Connellys Spring 121 Goodman, Idelle Sylvia, 242 College Ave., Rock Hill, S. C. 100, 184 Goodman. Peggy, 225 Hawthorne, Memphis. Tenn. 121 Goodrich. Marion. Wicker St.. .Sanford lOI Goodrum, Margaret Lovenia. Cornelius 101 Goodwin. Jacquelyn E.. P. O. Box 26. Apex — Goodwin. Sally Ann. 802 W. Broad St.. Falls Church. Va. 121 Goodyear, Doris, 14th St., Lumberton — Gordon, Patsy, 259 W. 6th St., Lexington — Page No. Gottschall. Frances Elizabeth, 625 N. Creenway Dr., Coral Gables. Fla _ 136 Grady. Julia Josephine. Rt. 3. B)X 108. Goldsboro 142 Craeber. Dorothy Elizabeth, 1245 Providence Rd., Ch.irlolte u? Graham. Jean, Rt, 4, Dunn _ _ Graham, Leila Ann, 1920 W. Academy, Wins ton -Salem _ 101 Graham, Margaret E., Clyde _ 101 Graham, Mary Webb. 131 Military St., Oxford 56, 164 Gravatt, Virginia, 90S W. Fourth St., Charlotte 121 Graves, Elizabeth, Box 401, Mebane 121 Gray, Dorothy, 225 S. Franklin .St., Rocky Mount 57. 171 Gray. Mildred. Rt. 1, Greensboro 57 Gray, Ruth A.. l. ' ;44 Irckll Dr., Raleigh 56 Gray, Sarah l.li .,!,. i li. W.idc.sboro 1.15 Graybeal. !■ li ,1.. i h. w , ,i Jefferson _ 121 Graybcal. .Mml., w . i lefferson 56 Green, Phyllis. 517 II, II, vue Ave., Trenton, N. J. -.29, 156. 56 Grccnberg, Helen Rlioila, 4919 Fifteenth Ave.. Brooklyn 19, N. Y U6 Greene, Betty Jane, 2.142 Greenway, Charlotte 137 Greenlee, Nancy Catherine, 208 Victoria Ave.. Charlotte 137 Greer, Ruth, Aberdeen 121 Gregg, Frances, 16 N. Monroe. Wilmington — Gregory. Colleen. Rt. 1. Box 356. Mount Airy 121 Gregory. Ruth Shaw, Halifax 101 Griffin, Dorothy Carolyn, 1316 E. Seventh St., Charlotte 137 Griffin, Josephine, Box 15S, Bailey 101 Griffin, Margaret Austin, Box 83, Wadesboro 140, 142 Griffin, Mary Walters, 107 Granville St., Edenton ....121, 154 Griffith, Eleanor Martin, 412 Englewood Rd.. Middlesboro. Ky. .. ... ]21 Griffith. Eva. S. Main St.. Davidson I " 121 Griffith, Jean, 235 N. Sixth St., Albemarle 101, 176 Grimes, Anne .Tessup, Rich Square 171 Grimsley, Corrine Healan, 834 W. Market St., Greensboro .. 121 Grinnells, Anne Louise, 409 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 137 Grinnells, Doris Claudine, 409 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 101 Grogan, Eldene, Madison :.121, 165 Groome, Zana, 203 Edgedale Dr., High Point 101 Groves, Nancy Ahce, 2022 Columbia Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C. — Guion, Martha Louise. Aberdeen 121. 154. 184 GuHck. Jean Carol. Hillsboro 121 Gullcdge. Caroline, Morven Rd., Wadesboro 121, 164 Gunnersen. Thelma. 611 O-ange St.. Wilmington ....121 Gutknecht. Nancy Jean. 277 Fairgreen Ave.. Youngstown. Ohio ..137 Guyton, Lorraine Curtis. 1003 W. Peace St., Raleigh — — H— Hacker, Betty Wallace, Stanley 56, 174 Haines, Patricia. 23 Club Blvd.. Durham 121 Haithcock. Mary Thomas. 1401 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 121 Hale. Rosalena. 48 N. French Broad Ave.. Asheville — Hall, Doris, 146 Pelham Ave., Hamden, Conn .122 Hall, Dorothy, Box 132. Cordova . .. — Hall. Elizabeth Anne. Rt. 1. Lexington .. 142 Hall. Ethel Marie. Yadkinville 122 Hallman, Mary Marjorie, 1120 Fifteenth St., Hickory 57 Hamilton. Mrs. Anne Julian, 1034 Market St., Greensboro 57, 176, 1,«6 Hammer, Imogene, 400 Hillcrest Dr., Greensboro 142 Hamrick, Mary Frances, Burnsville 122 Hancock, Mildred Allene, 18 Murdock Ave.. Asheville _ . 101 Hancock. Miriam. Rt. 2, Box 216. Greensboro 101 Hand. Dorothy. 143 High St.. Gatesville 122 Hand. Marian Winslow. 607 E. Kingston Ave., Charlotte 122 Handler, Janet, 3210 Ave. H. Brooklyn, N. Y. — Handley. Marilyn, 1312 Park Ave., Goldsboro ...122 Hanks, Jeannette, 1009 Madison Ave., Greensboro ... — Hardaway, Rebecca Hurt. 1233 Owsley Ave., Columbus, Ga. 137 Hardin, Dorothy J.. Box 1424, Greensboro 152 Harkey, Marie. 617 Royal Ct.. Charlotte 134 Harlan, Mary, 210 Broadfoot Ave., Fayetteville 142 Harlow. Louise. Rt. 2, Littleton 101 Harmon, Anna, 211 Northridge. Kannapolis — Harper, Edna Lee, Rt. 4, Box 183, Kinston 1,!7 Harper, Helen May, LaGrange 101 Harrell, Jane Roberts. Marshville S6 Harrell, Mary Ellen, 374 Elk Spur St., Elkin 29, 56, 1S4 Harrell, Ruth, Box 5006. Murfreesboro ..56 Harris, Anne 143 Harris. Jeanne, 1863 River Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 101, 170 Harris. Joyce, Bunn Harris, Kathleen, Kill Devil Hills 142 Harris, Mishew Anne, 31 Mimosa PI., Wilmington — Harris. Nella, R. F. D. No. 6, Statesville 56 Harris. Patricia Anne, 765 W. Main St.. Elkin 143 Harris. Shirley Lavina. 207 Salem St.. Thomasville 101 Harrison. Betty Jane, P. O. Box 732. Wilmington 122 Harrison, Doris, 718 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem 136 Harrison, Elizabeth. State St., Black Mountain — Harrison, Mildred Doris, 718 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem — Harrison, Minna, 117 Norwood St., Lenoir 122 Harrison, Sadie Eae, 306 E. Green St.. Wilson 134 Harriss. Katharine Iredell. 1903 Market St.. Wilmington 136 Hart. Helen. Rt. 3. Mooresville 57 Hart. Ida Margaret. Grifton .. .122 Hart, Marian Elaine. Jackson - Hartgrove, Rachel. King 122 Harvey. Pansy, 307 N. High St.. Blackstone, Va. 57. 176 Haskins. Mary Fay. 2618 17th Ave., Columbus, Ga. 137 Hatsell, Candace. 204 Freeman, Jacksonville 122 Hawes, Elizabeth, 106 Edgewood Ave., Morganton 122 Hawthorne, Mary Aurelia, 259 Hollywood Blvd., Steubenville, Ohio _. — Hayes, Sue, P. O. Box 4921, Granite Falls 170 Hayes, Thelma Mae, Zellwood, Fla 122 Haynes, Geraldyne, Welcome S8 Head, Jane Henley, Rt. 3. Box 75, Greenville Sound, Wilmington 137, 138 Hedgepeth, Lee. Rt. 2. HaUfax 10! Hedrick, Honore. East St.. Lenox. Mass 135 Hedrick. Margaret, 201 Leight St., Winston-Salem 101 Hedrick, Margie, Rt. 2, Greensboro — Page No. Ilege, .Mary Ann, 958 W. End Blvd., Winston-Salem 122 Helms, Pauline, Rt. 2. Monroe 1« Helsabeck, Ruth Ray, Rural Hall 135 Hemmings, Bertha Jewel, Dobson 122 Hcmmings, Wargaiel, Rl. 2, Mount Airy 143 Hemmings, Mary l u, Rt. 2, Mount Airy 143 Hemphill, Edna. Rt. 1. Julian .. _ 2 Henderson. Dorothy. Rt 5. Henderson I.. " r " " r " " l3S Hendricks. Christine. Box 266. .Mocksvillc 101 Hcnneberger. Mary Ellen. P. O. Box 237. Troy ICl Hcnninger, Martha Ames. Box 29, Charlotte !3S Henry, Juanita. 114 E. Miller St.. Salisbury 58 Henson. Lillie Mary. Box 483. Tryon . lUI Hepler. Eunice, Rt. 2, Thomasville 122 Herman, Lois Lillian, Rt. 2. Box 2, Conover 143 Herman, Rosemary. Thomas Park. Waynesville -.101. 154, 171 Herndon, Minnie Grace, 609 Summit Dr., Sanford - Herndon. .Sadie. Morrisville 101 Herr. Margaret. 339 Scott Rd.. Watcrbury, Conn. .. . 135 Herring, Mamie, 205 Belle St., Oxford - Hester, Anne, Rt. 2, Kernersvillc _ ' " n Hiatt, Ana Pearl, 214 Edgedale Dr.. High Point 58, 178, 198 Hiatt. Malyiida Anne. Box 44. Kerncrsville — Hicks. Blanche H.. 2 5 Irving Place, Greensboro .. — Higgins. Doris Anne. 544 E. Main .St.. Forest City 101. 178 Hill. Betty Jane, UiZ X. Blvd., Sunset Pk., Wilmington ..143 Hill, Dorothy L., 302 S. College St., .Monroe . 134 Hill, Joan Winifred, 60S W. Church St., Ahoskie I.. " l22 Hill, Jocelyn, 412 Hermitage Ct.. Charlotte 58, 154. 157 Hill. Marilyn Janel. 104 Potter St.. Cranston, R. 1 136 Hill. .Mary Estellc. Glen Allen. Va 164 Hill, Nancy Elva, Rt. 1. Rcidsville 59 Hill, Sylvia, Box 185, Wadesboro ioi Hilton, Helen, Dixie Trail Ext., Raleigh . ...IIIII " " ! " :!: ? Hilton, Jean Bryan, 425 W. Fourth St., Greenville, N. C. 122 Hinshaw. Helen Louise. 2055 Academy St., Winston-Salem 59 154 f ...„.,.. Elizabeth. 2021 E. 5fh St.. Cha-|otte ' ....!.l34 tie. 251 Pine St.. Spartanburg. S. C. .58, 184 ...122 136 Hins. Hipp. Ma Hobbs. Mary Jane. Rt. 4. Grecnsiit Hobson. Priscilla Faith. 46 Squier St.. Palmer. Mass. Hockaday, Justine. 2105 Halifax Rd.. Roanoke Rapids .. . — Hodgin. Ella .Marie. Guil.ord College 101 Hodgin, Emma Jean, 410 S. Aycock St., Greensboro — Hodgin, Mary Ellen Rt. 4. Greensboro 58 Hodgson, Pauhna, 611 E. Jefferson St., Washington, III .•_ 122 Hoitt. Tildi |]g Hoke. Marilyn. 1126 Elm St.. Belhfehem. Pa. ... 136 Holbert. Dorothy Louise. Horse Shoe -. 58 Holland. Irene. 415 11th St. N.E.. Washington. D. C — Holland. Sara Leach. 912 W. South St., Raleigh _ 137 Holliday, Elizabeth Warner, 907 Laurel Rd., Charleston 4. W. Va. _ Holliday, Nell Lanette, Jamesville " ior ' lW Holhs, Frances Elizabeth, 1107 N. Richard St., Salisbury _ _ ..13 Hollister, Marjorie Joyce, 134 Fountain St., Springfield, Mass. _. 101. 177. 186 Hollyday. Martha. 25 Glendale Rd.. Asheville 101 Holman. L. Adele, 601 W. Side Dr.. Lexington 122 Holmes. Emma. 205 Chisholm St.. Sanford 122 Holmes. Mary McDonald. 5 ' -l X. Broad St.. Edenton 137 Holt. Sarah Jane. Box 197. Oak Ridge 122 Holt. Margaret Linville. State Hospital, Goldsboro 29. 33, 58 Holton. Jean Slate. Rt. 4. High Point _ 102 Holtzendorff. June. 109 N. Clemson Ave., Clemson. S. C. ..30 114, 122, 184 Honeycutt. (Mrs.) Dorothy Lee Kennedy, 116 Bruce St., Greensboro 5» Honeycutt, Margare- M., 249 E. Court St., Marion — Hooper, Mary .Anne. 420 Hill St., Asheboro 122 Hoover. Jean Campbell. Rt. 1. Wake Forest Rd.. Raleigh ..59 Hope. Nancy Margaret, 400 Westwood Ave.. Charlotte 102 Hope, Carolynne Vail, Country Club Dr.. Burlington 122 Hord. Mary Helen. 206 West King St.. Kings Mountain ..122 Hord, Mary Ruth, 1524 Cliffwood PL. Charlotte 137 Home, Lucy Bell, Atlanta Ave.. Box 740, Carolina Beach 58 ]74 Home, Otis Jane. 1205 Harding PI.. Charlotte 1.137 Homer. Louise F.. 153 Gulf St . Sanford 136 Hoskiiis. Margaret. Summerfieid .102 Hough. Betty. 2001 Ashland Ave., Charlotte .. .. 123 House, Mary Jane, Thelma _ _ 13 Hovis, Helen Ann, 1719 S. Blvd.. Charlotte _ . 58 Howard, Elizabeth, Rt. 4. Fayetteville _ 58 Howard, Isabel, 748 Abelia Rd.. Columbia. S. C. .. i2. 102. 201 Howard. Jean McNeil, 101 Dobb, Hertford 108 Howard, Jewel Selena. Rl. 1, Box 304. Wilkesboro 58 Howard, Lillie Frances. Rt 2. Box 2. Roseboro 123 Howard. Mary Lois. 748 Abelia Rd.. Columbia. S. C. ...59 172 Howell. Lola. 211 Rockingham Rd.. Rockingham 102, 165 Howell. Mary Lois. Box 309. Vilas 102 Howell. Nancy. Troy 59 Howell. Sara Frances. 930 Lynwood Ave., Winston-Salem ' _ 123. 152 Howell. Sarah Mildred. 1909 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 1..— Hoyle. Betty J.. 216 Gold St.. Shelby 60 Hubbard. Dorothy Jane. Rt. 6. Box 1005. Charlotte 2 60 Hubbard. Xancy. Rt. 6. Box 1005. Charlotte .._ 123 Hubbard. Patricia Anne. 1100 Rotary Dr.. High Point 137 Huddleston. Maryann Donnon, 104 E. Pawley, Oak Ridge. Tenn. 102 Hudson. Gernell. 203 White St.. Morganton — Hudson. Margaret. 1331 Madison Ave.. Greensboro n Hudson. Sally. Waxhaw 102 Huffines. Betty Lou. 603 Morganton Rd.. Lenoir 30. 40. 60. 162, 179, 196 Huffines, Helen, Rt. 1. Gibsonville 61 Huffman. Eleanor Robinson. 207 Riverside Dr.. Morganton ..... 61 Huggir Hughei Cumberland. Md. 134 Hull. Martha Ann. J90I Providence Rd.. Charlotte 102 Humphrey. Jean Thompson. Burgaw 143 Huneycutt. Virginia Anne. 2624 Saint Mary ' s St.. Raleigh ..— Hunter. Helen Dunn. 2315 Selwyn Ave.. Charlotte 102. 180 Hunter. Kate Elizabeth. Tobaccoville 134 Hunter. Marion. 2124 Sherwood Ave., Charlotte 60 335 STUDENT DIRECTORY— ContinuJ Page No. Hunter, Mary Palmer, 2W Kenwood Ave., Wilmington -—60 Hunter, Rita. Box 264, Lillington -.-102, 179 Hunsinger, Patricia Anne, 506 Morningside Rd., Ridgewood. N. J. — - 136, 164 Hiirlocker, Marie, Rt. 3. Albemarle 60 Hurst Ann Elizabeth. 19rg Woolcott Ave., Wilmington —102 Huse Joan, 307 Lynn Dr., Chevy Chase 15, Md. 135 Huske, Mary C. Ill Hale St.. Fayetteville 123 Hussey, Frances Gray. 932 Carr St.. Greensboro -— Hutchison. Evalyn. 2320 S. W. 14th St.. Miami. Fla. — -135 Hutchinson, Mary Elizabeth, 2223 Sarah Marks Ave., Charlotte tx " !-! Hutton. Letitia Wilmot, 1322 15th St., Hickory 60, 1 0 Hyatt, Jewel, 8 Oak Court, Apt. A l-tJ Hyatt, Ruth, Box 326, Bryson City -61 Hvder, Ruby. Star Route, Rutherfordton -- 102 Hyman, Margaret Frances, Dalton 102 -I— Pa N. Y. -135 Ike, Margaret, 633 W. 16th St., Tyr Ingram, Alice M.. P. O. Box 4. Taylorsville Ingram. Betty Wynne. .W Hamilton St.. Roanoke Rapids 1 5 Ingram. Catharine. P. O. Box 4. Taylorsville - —123 Ingram, Juanita, Rt. 4. High Point — -- Ingram. Margaret Anne. 503 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids 1 5 Ingram, Patsy Queen, 307 N. Second St., Albemarle 102 Ingram, Virginia, 1256 N. Sunset. Winston-Salem — 136 Irvin, Jane, 1701 Plaza, Charlotte 61 Irvin, Mary, 1701 Plaza, Charlotte -30, 60, 181, 205 Irvin, Sally Anderson, 1701 Plaza. Charlotte 123 Irwin, Aileen, Gen. Del., Northfield, N. J. 135 Isley, Dorothy, 1207 Grayland St., Greensboro 102 Isley, Jane Parker, 1112 Mordecai Dr., Raleigh 60, 157, 162, 170 Ives Harriet Louise, 406 Conc ord St., Davidson -— --— Ivey Martha Estelle, 1012 Pee Dee Ave.. Albemarle 30, 60 Ivcy! Mary, 609 E. Davis St., Burlington - — 102 -J- Jackson, Frances, Box 95, Robbins 164 Jackson. Ruby Leigh, 704 N. Greene St.. Greensboro — Jacobi, Eloise, 201 Colonial Dr., Wilmington - 123 Jacobs. Betty Adele, 324 Walnut St.. New Orleans 18, La. 137 Jacobs, Helene EUse. 2415 Fairview Rd.. Raleigh 123, 164 Jacobs, Rosemary, 570 Glade St., Winston-Sale Jacobson, Inge, 37 Woodmere Blvd.. Woodmer James. Lillian EHzabeth. 512 Washington St., Rocky Mount 1 3 Tames, Lillian Covington, 512 S. Main St., Laurinburg 60. 176 lames, Lydia Eatman, 1305 Anderson St.. Wilson 135 James. Lynell, Rocky Point - 1- ' 6 Jarman, Geraldine, Richlands 61, 165 Jarrard, Janice, Apt. C-2, Country Club Apt., Greensboro 136 Jarrell, Dorothy Leona, 418 E. Park Ave., Charlotte 3 — Jason. Constance M., 380 W. Bedford St.. New Bedford. Mass. 61 Tefferson, Joyce Adair, 2141 Dartmouth PL. Charlotte 135 leffrey. Nancy, 53 Lake Forest Pkway, Wilmington -102 " leffries, Barbara, 314 LaFayette Dr., Wilson 134 Jeffries, Margaret MacChesney, 114 West St., Culpeper. Va. 136 Jester. Mildred Jcwelene, Rt. 3. Box 217, Durham 136 Jobc. Elizabeth. 2206 Hope St., Raleigh 62, 164, 167 lohns, Lucy Page, Amelia Va. 123 Johnson. Ann Hoover. Burgaw — - - 102 Johnson, Anna, 46 Baird St.. Asheville — Johnson. Doris Caldwell, 319 Rose St.. Rocky Mount 143 lohnson. laleen. Hickory 29, 3i, 62 Johnson, Jane E.. 1317 Grace St.. Wilmington — 143 Johnson, Louise, 104 Harrison St., Reidsville —134 lohnson, Mabel - - -1« lobnson, Madelene, 1612 Upland Dr., Greensboro — lohnson, Margaret, Robersonville — lOZ, ISO Johnson, Mary .Ann, 299 Gholson Ave.. Henderson 123 Johnson, Mary Byrd, Lillington 102, 170, 176 Johnson. Nancy Mae. 2420 Barton Av e., Richmond. Va. —123 Johnson, Rachel. 110 S. Elam Ave., Greensboro 40, 62, 177, 199 Johnson, Sara McNeill, 806 S. Ellis, Salisbury 134 Johnston, Celeste, Pittsboro 123, 165 lohnston, Jean Elizabeth, Box 175. Manteo 123 Johnston, Laura, Manteo 102 Jolly. Catharine. 507 E. llth St.. Creenville — Jonas, Martha, 204 W. Main St., Lincolnton 123 Jones, Anna, 2704 Oakland Ave.. Greensboro 62 Jones. Claire, Law St., Hartsville. S. C. -102 Jones. Elizabeth. 1111 Hyman Ave., Hendersonville 63 Jones, Eloise Hester, Rt. 1. Oxford 102 Jones, Ethel Elizabeth, Lake Waccamaw 143 Jones. Evelyn, Bahama — Jones, Frances Lee, 410 Forest Ave., Greensboro - — — Jones, Georgiana, Eureka --63, 154, 156 Jones. Iris Jean. Ramseur -102 Jones, Janet, Box 481, Wilmington - - 123 Jones, Katherine E., 302 Vance St.. Lenoir -- -62 Jones. Margaret Ann, Mills Home, Thomasville 143 Jones, Marjorie M., 29 Longfellow Rd.. Melr ose, Mass. 62. 162 Jones, Mary Carolyn. 2704 Oakland Ave., Greensboro 152 Jones, Mary Fields, 120 Sutton St.. Fayetteville -102 Jones. Nancy Ann. Rt. 2, Box 282, Concord 137 Jones, Nellie Lindberg, 1431 E. Commerce St., High Point -137 Jones. Rebecca. 206 E. Wade St., Wadesbcro 62, 167 Jones, Rosanna, Box 92. Bailey 102 Jordan. Lillian Frances. P. O. Box 21)0. Carolina Beach 62. 154 Jordan, Marilyn, 215 Bluff St., Rockmart. Ga. 137 Jordan. Martha Eloise, Box 200, Carolina Beach — Jordan, Patsy Adams, 115 W. Davis St.. Smithfield 137 Jordan, Vivian Juanita. Box 314, Aberdeen - 103 Joyner. M. Jane. 632 Holly Avenue, Winston-Salem —63, 170 Joyner, Rubye. Rt. 1. Fort Valley, Ga. — Joyner, Shirley, Wake St.. Hillsboro - -123 Joyner, Winnie, 703 Hay St.. Fayetteville — Julian, Anne, 127 Mitchell Ave., Salisbury _ — — K- Pagc No. Katz. Haroldine Apple. Box 125. Warsaw 135 Katz. Marice, 228 West Trinity Ave., Durham - -143 Katzin. Eleanor Ora, 901 Gales Ave. I, Winston-Salem 63 Keer, Peggy 152 Keeter, Bobbie Lee, Academy St.. Bryson City 123 Keeter. Eleanor Sue. 900 E. Worthington Ave., Charlotte — — Keeter, B. Neal, 101 S. Anderson St.. Morganton 103, 157 Keever. B. Jean, North Poston St.. Shelby — Keiger. Jean Taylor. 616 E. Kingston Ave,. Charlotte .—62 Keister. Alice Virginia. 1617 S. College Dr.. Greensboro -1 ' ' 3 Kelleher, Katherine Patricia, 401 W. Bessemer Ave., Greensboro Keller, Barbara Elberfold, 27 Raymond St., Darien, Conn. 136 Keller, Nancy, 11 Forest Park Ave., Springfield 8, Mass. 136 Kelley, Katherine R., 17(.l Mass. Ave.. Washington, D. C. 62 Kelly, Doris Elaine, 1803 Welborn St.. Hith Point — Kelly. Martha Alene. Rt. 1, Hamlet 123 Kelly, Elaine. 1803 Welborn St., High Point 103 Kelly, Fay Vivian. 507 Chatham St., San ' ord 143 Kelly, Margaret Jewell, 639 Bauersfeld St., Hamlet 02 Kelly, Mrs. Juliet J.. 408 S. Mendenhall St.. Greensboro -— Kendall. Nancy. 81 Peirce. Middleboro. Mass. 29, 123, 165 Kendrick, Janet, c o W. J. Homey. Guilford College — -103 Kennedy. Frances. North Wilkesboro 62 Kennev. Frances Winston. 2511 Kenmore Dr., Raleigh 123, 186 Kent, Ruth, 408 W. Bessemer. Greensboro — Kerr. Peggy . nn, 1009 Hill St., Greensboro - - 138 Kesler. Ethel. 833 Lockland Ave.. Winston-Salem 164, 186 Kester, Kathryn Christina. 106 Barden Ave.. Wilmington 143 Kestner. Ruth. 335 6th St.. S. E.. Washington 3, D. C. -136 Key. C. Jane. 3418 Summerville St., Lynchburg. Va. 103 Kiger. Mildred Frances. Rural Hall 63 Kimsey. Beatrice Anne. 212 S. Marietta St.. Gastonia 135 Kimsey. Carolyn. 35 Park Ave.. Brevard — King, Dixie Holeman. 112 N. Dawson St., Raleigh 63. 165 King, Frances Lohr, 407 W. Center St.. Lexington — King. Joan. 686 Percy .St.. Greensboro 136 King, Katherine, 232 George St.. New Bern — 103 King, Marquita, Beechwood Dr., Packanack, N. J. — — King, Wilma L., Rt. 5, Box 251, Greensboro — 137 Kinlaw, Katie. White Oak 64, 186 Kinney, Marie, 1308 Fairview St.. Greensboro 143 Kirkman. Anna Mendenhall. Pleasant Garden — — — Kirkman. Jean. 7 Springdale Ct.. Greensboro 103 Kirkpatrick, Ruth. Rt. 4. Box 109. Greensboro Kittrell. Elizabeth. 800 E. Fifth St., Greenville 103 Klassett, Helen Miller. .537 Woodland Ave.. Hickory .. 64, 165 Klein. (Mrs.) Minnie. 407 W. Greenway, Greensboro — Klultz. Betty Jean, 31 Frankhn Ave., Concord 136, 165 Kluttz. Martha Ann. 31. ' Otteray Dr.. High Point 103 Knight. Mary Ellen. 720 Summit Ave., Greensboro 124 Knott, Valeria D.. Rt. 1. Oxford - 143 Knox. Beuiah Rae. 215 Irwin Ave.. Charlotte 2 136 Knox. Peggy. Rt. 2. Huntersville 130 Knull, Agnes, 198—19 33rd Ave., Flushing, N. Y 103 Koeplin. Mary Lou. McKnight Rd.. Greensboro 124 Kolman. Helen C. 226 Bradford St., Pittsfield, Mass. _.64, 156, 170 Koonce, Jean, Fair Bluff --64 Koonce, Sara, 718 Market St., Wilmington — Koster, Roberta, Riverside Dr., Morganton 124 Kraus. Norma Lee. 490 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 134 Kuehl. Agnes Marie. 26 Arbordale Rd.. Asheville 103 Kyzer, Mildred Pauline, 300 Hylan Ave., Hamlet 137 -L— LaBruce, Edith, 71 S. Park Dr., Reidsville — - 132, 137 LaGier, Jane E., Box 151, Norfolk, Conn 103, 171 Lamason, (Mrs.) Margaret Donald, 96 Kimberly Ave., .Asheville - 103 Lambert. Mary Lee, Ramseur 64 Lambert, Jean Ann, Elizabethtown Rd., Luraberton 137 Lamm, Mary Pauline, 820 Columbia Ave.. Rocky Mount -.64 Landon. Mary Sidney. 308 W. Union St.. Morganton 124 Landrum. Barbara. 401 Tuckaseege Rd.. Charlotte -143 Large. Janet M.. 936 Sycamore St.. Rocky Mount — Lanmore. Betsy Ross. Walkertown — 124 Laporte. Lucille N.. 13 Second St.. Newport, Vt — Lasater, Josephine Nixon, Rt. 1. Erwin 103 Lattimore, Catherine, Rt. 5. Shelby 103 Lattin. (Mrs.) Marie R.. 161 Marshall Terrace, Danville, Va. 30, 64 Laughinghouse. Jane D.. Rt. 5, Greenville, N. C. — Laughton, Gloria Faye, Beaufort 103 Lawrence, Juanita, 718 S. Second St., Albemarle -135 Lawson, Margaret E.. 3415 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville. Fla. — Lawson. Sally Louise, 41 Gould St., Stoneham, Mass 134 Layton, Sara, 409 Sunset Dr., High Point 29, 33. 64 Leah, Miriam, 456 E. 4th St.. Mount Vernon, N. Y. 64. 162 Leathers. Frances Ann. Hillcrest. Gastonia ■- 137 Leavitt. Frances Carolyn. 537 Lamar Ave.. Charlotte 4 --143 Ledden. Gertrude MacFarland. 324 Gordon St., Sanford 64 Lee, Gladys. 504 Washington St. . Roanoke Rapids .124 Lee. Martha Anne. 301 W. Franklin St., Monroe 143 Lee, Reba Gloria. Rt. 2. Benson 136 Lee, Verna, Rt. I. Washington 103 Leigh. Edith. 11 Springdale Ct.. Greensboro 138 Leigh, Mary Betty. 1511 Spring Garden St., Greensboro -.64 Leighton, Mary, 39 Massachusetts Ave., Highland Park 3. Mich. J, — Lennon, Adelaide, Rt. 2, Whiteville - - - .124 Lennon. Iva Marie, Clarkton - 124 Leonard. Doris, Rt. 6. Lexington 124 Leonard. Elizabeth Reaves, 508 North Mendenhall, Greensboro 64, 170 Leonard, Marguerite, 115 26 ' A St., Hickory — Leonard, Sue, 214 S. William St.. Lexington — Lester. Hilda, Stoneville -... .- - 103 Letcher. Jacquelyn Logan. Rt. 2. Box 242-A. Edenton 103 Lewis. Betty, Box 83. Robbins —124 Lewis. Dacia, 1202 Hill St.. Greensboro 29, 66. 154, 20O, 206 Lewis. Fannie Lou. Box 87. West End 103 Lewis. Jane Templeman, Elm St.. Carthage - Lewis, Margaret, Rt. 3. Lumberton 135 Lewis, Margie Belle, Rt. 1, Greensboro -103 Lewis, Pauline, Box 1, Pinehurst 136 Lewis, Sara, 705 Battleground Ave., Greensboro 143 Lewis, Sarah Ahce, Rt. 2. Union Mills 136 Lihn. Kate Hanna, 13 S. Valley Ave., Vineland, N. J 134 Page No. Lilley, Alma Grey, Box 497, Havelock — -135 Limbaugh, Virginia, 208 Haywood St., Asheville — — — Lindley, Joan, 2218 S. Main St., Winston. Salem — Lindsay. Barbara Jean. 2117 Kcnilworth Ave., Charlotte —143 Linson, EHzabeth, I18; ; S. Spruce St., Winston-Salem -.124 Linthicum. Annice Lucille, 323 Boulevard, High Point 66 Linville, Nancy Lee, 2818 Glenn Ave.. Winston-Salem 103 Lion. Jane M.. 22 Hobart Ave.. Short Hills, N. J. 136 Lippard. Betsy Adeline. Rt. 3 Albemarle .103 Little. Nancy Jacquelyn. Rt. 1, Conover — Little, Mary Virginia, Rt. 3, LaGrange 103 Littleton, Dorothy Elizabeth, 29 Pine St., Badin — -143 Liverman. Hilda, Woodland — Lloyd, Adith, 1725 17th St.. N. W., Washington, D. C. -.103 Lloyd, Rebecca Ann, 209 Aberdeen Terrace, Greensboro ..137 Lockwood, Sarah Alice, 2514 Shenandoah Ave., Durham 124, 164 Loeb. Rita. 215 Chestnut St., Asheville 124 Lomax, Deane Rilch, 2036 Westmoreland Ave., Charlotte 4 124, 154 Long, Betty Jean. 709 S. Chester St., Gastonia -143 Long, Carolyn Helena, Franklin -124 Loomis, Mrs. Kathleen M., White Lake, Elizabethtown ..124 Lopp, Doris, Rt. 2. Lexington 66 Loud. Daisy Alice. 94 Wallace St., Red Bank, N. J -137 Loughead. Katherine Johnston, 1115 Colley Ave., Norfolk. Va. - 136 Lovins, Vera, 136 Prospect St., Lenoir 66, 156 Lowe, Marie, 1048 Naval Ave.. Portsmouth, Va. — Lowe, Patsy, 716 Elam Ave.. Greensboro 124 Lowrey, Mildred Jane. 1218 Martin St.. Winston. Salem -134 Lucas, Laura. Lucama 67 Lucas, Mary Jane. 805 Northcumberland Ave., Roanoke, Va. - - 67 Lucas. Mary Julia. 203 Hickory Ave., Sanford — —-134 Ludwig. Joyce, 570 Woodvine Ave., New Orleans, La. 137 Lukens. Phebe Ann. 322 Maple . ve., Swarthmore. Pa. -.186 Lumpkin. Martha Ray, Hillsboro St., Woman ' s Club, Raleigh 66 Lundgren, Suzanne Stone, 2700 Que St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 136 Lundicn, Anna Pearl. 1002 Tuckahoe St.. Falls Church. Va. ... nj3 Lunsford. Barbara, 18 E. Lane. Madison. N. J. . - 136 Lundy. Betty C. 10 W. Trinity Ave., Durham 30, 66 Luther, Martha, 634 Irving St., Winston-Salem 124 Luther, Patricia, Prosperity, S. C. 124, 154, 156 Lyerly, Rebecca, 1418 Crosby St.. Salisbury 104, 156 Lynch, Josephine, Country Club Apts., Greensboro 142 Lyon, Louise Dixon, 240 Ellewn Ave.. Allenhurst. N. J. ..136 Lyon. Mary Joy. Rt. 2. Asheville .-66 Lyons. Mary Elizabeth. 70S Gimghoul Rd., Chapel Hill ..135 — M— McAdams. Betty. 716 Montgomery Ave.. Albemarle 137 McAdams, Jane .. 137 McAdams, Marian, 1919 Nun St.. Wilmington - — McAdams, Mary Vance, Elon College - —104 McAdams, Sara, 1919 Nun St.. Wilmington - 104 .McArn. Jean. 812 West Church St., Laurinburg 66, 170 Mc.Arn, Madelyn, Box 74, Rowland -. — 124 Mc. rthur, Oriana Mendenhall, 112 West 8th St., Lumberton 133, 137 McArvcr. Mabel Jean. P. O. Box 85, Gastonia — -67 McBane, Ada Sue. 403 N. Mendenhall St.. Greensboro 104. 170 McBane, Margaret Nancy, Mebane 104 McBrayer, Ruth, Lattimore - 124 McBrien, Patricia, Rua Baruo de Jorre, 586. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil .—67, 168 McBryde. Mary Black. Raeford — 104 McCall. Nancy. 109 Sneed St., ReidsvUle 136 McCallum, Lucille, Troy 124 McCants, Ina Mae, 2420 Buena Vista Rd.. Winston-Salem 124 McClure. Frances Kenna. 87 St. Dunstan ' s Rd., Asheville —66 McCollum. Marilyn, 296 Lindsey St., Reidsville 125 McCorkle, Virginia V., Rt. 4, Mocksville 104 McCormic. Helen, Box 341, Rowland - - -66 McCormick, Neva. 528 Navurre Ave.. Coral Gables, Fla. -- McCormick. Rachel. Rt. 2. Fayetteville 125 McCown. Elsie. C.2 Winburn Ct. Apts.. Greensboro — McCoy, Carol Letitia, 151 N- Spring St., Concord - 137 McDonald. Freda. 218 Hand Ave., Pelham, Ga 125 McDonald, Isabel. Carthage 104 McDougald, Laura. Rt. 2, Raeford — - 125 McDowell, June, P. O. Box 37. Duncan, S. C - -66 McFadyen. Susan. 912 Lexington Ave.. Greensboro .—66, 171 McFalls. Janice Seeber, 1508 Edgedale Rd., Greensboro ..125 McGee. Sylvia. 2317 Patterson Ave.. Winston-Salem 104 McGehee, Ruth, Apt. 16-D, Piedmont Village, Camp Butner 104 McGilvary, Alice, Rt, 3. Jonesboro 104 McGinley, Iris Howard (Mrs.), Rt. 3. Box 462, Charleston, W. Va. . - - -- - — McHale. Doris, Box 322. Havelock — Mclntyre. Flora Belle. Box 254. Laurinburg — - - 67 Mclver. Ann, 2C40 Elizabeth Ave.. Winston-Salem .-. 125 Mclver, Peggy, 211 N. 6th St.. Wilmingtcn .- 67, 168, 170 McKee, Mary Elizabeth, 13 W. McNeely Ave., Mooresville 125 McKeithan. Alston Shuford. 416 Marietta St., Gastonia 137 McKenzie, Betty Lou, Cordova — McKinnev. Elizabeth Anne. 149 Warren St., Boston 19. Mass. 104. 1.56, 164 McKinney, Geraldine, 149 Warren St., Boston 19. Mass. 104. 164 McKinnon, Virginia, 3 Brent St.. Wadesboro ..68, 162, 166, 167 McLaurin, Mary, P. O. Box 709. Laurinburg : 68, 157 McLean, Juha Ann, 2114 Queen St., Winston-Salem - 29, 31, 68, 154, 168. 170 McLean, Neva Jewett, 118 S. Lawrence St., Rockingham 125 McLcod, Clyde Marguerite, Mars Hill 68, 164. 167, 171 McLeod, Willis Ann. Box 424. Robbins 125 McMahon. Patricia. ISO Revere Rd., Manhasset, N. Y — McMillan. Diana Fay. Four Oaks 125 McNair, Elinor. 518 Hawkins Ave.. Sanford - 134 McNairy, Elizabeth. Laurinburg 104 McNairy. Betty Jean. Rt. 2. Box 395. Greensboro -137 McNairy. Nell, Rt. 3. Box 225, Greensboro — - -143 McNaull, Helen, Rt. 1, Box 1080, (Hlarlotte - 104 236 STUDENT DIKECTOKY— C, tiiii MiNeely, Billic, 309 S. Chapman St.. Greensboro 104, 154, 156 MoNccly. Jean Alexander. 116 V. WiNmi .Ave. Mooresville 1J7 M. -ill. I ' .itM- Aim.-. V:ul.- 125 k nll, I ' llini.i, l,(.iin,ll 1(. i . C n . n -1 ,. .1 , . 165 ..111. Jl lliia . vc., l,..ithinuMi, N. Y. .-- vluore. Box 5, Wclliord, S. C. 136 ' (29 W. 5th St.. Winston-Salem 143 .e E. A., 49 Hopkins St., .M.i .Mu All. Jane, 1154 St. Charles Place, N.E., .136 Uutli. 1602 Shepherd St., . l,.ieluail Cily 29, WA. 164, 201 Ma.ldrev. loseiihinf. Sycamore St., Weldon 1114 Magiiaiit. .Muriel. Richmond Ave., Swannanoa 104, 1.16 Malum. Shirley Haile, 90 Roundwood Rd.. Ne»luii M. Mass ..._ .- 134, 165 Malloy. Kalharine MeKae. 416 .S. Main St., l.aiirinliurK V» Malone. Charleiie. 15. ' ; lliKhland . ve.. Kidt ' ewood. N. J. W, 171 Mamher, Helen. l.i.M Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla 137 Manlcy. Mary Louise, 5 Evergreen Lane, Asheville -ICM Mann, Frances, Albemarle 6i, 69, 171, 198 Mann. Jean Alice, I Justall Ct.. Greensboro Marbry, Anne, Badin Club, Badin — _ — Marottc, Dorothy Mildred, 14 Batovia St., Springfield. Mass —_ _ — - Marquis, Louise, 614 S. llth St., Fort Pierce, Fla. Marrow, Jean Hildebrand, 319 N. 3rd St., Smithfield 137 .Marrus. Naomi Ruth, 817 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y 136 Marsh, Frances Anne, 1310 Romany Rd., Charlotte 125 Marshall, Kathcrine Louise, 327 Sunset Cl., Clearwater, Fla. — - - .—136 Marshall, Lois Marie Margaret, Colonial Ct., S. Center St.. Statesville .— - - 134 Marshlmrn. Betty Jean, 1906 Carolina Ave., Wilmington ..137 .Marston, Nell. 2376 Maplewood Ave.. Winston-Salem -125 Martin. Betty Jean, 90 Forest Hill Dr.. Asheville 68 Martin, Erys Anne. 217 Montague St., Danville, Va. — Martin, Louise. Tate St., Waynesville 104, 154 Martin, Peggy Louise, Toms Creek, Va. 134 .Martin, Sue, Rt. 3, Hickory 104 Mason, Etfie Senn, 403 S. Y ' ork St., Gastonia 125, 175 Mason, Mary Louise, Rt. 2, Newport „ 125 Mason, Myrle, Newport 104 Mason, Wyndall Grace, 515 Lamar Ave.. Charlotte 137 Massengill, Elvira, 400 S. Magnolia Ave., Dunn 104, 170 Massengill, Jean Lois. 215 N. Virginia St., Goldsboro — Mast. Mrs. Mary Hazel Farthing, Valle Crucis 68 Matheson, Mary Edna, Stony Point 68 Mathews, Carolyn Jo, 18 Edgemont Rd., Asheville - -69 Mathiasen, Carol Brown, 2 Alston Ct., Red Bank, N. J. 125, 157 Matthews, Betty Jean. Pilot Mountain _ 69, 162 Matthews, Sybil, Roseboro 104 Maxwell, Lilian, 320 Charlotte St., Hamlet 104 May, Mary EUzabeth, 204 Cox Ave., Thomasville 68 Meador, Anne, 606 Haughton St., Williamston ICM Merilin, Elsie Janis, Marshville 125 .Medlock, Josephine, 1617 Thomas Ave., Charlotte 68 Medlock, Katherine, 1617 Thomas Ave., Charlotte 68, 171 .Meekins, Helen J., Manteo — Meekins, Irene W., 209 E. Main St., Washington 30, 68, 157 Meigs, Rachel, Box 383, Badin 125 Mellon, Francine, 1108 B. Street, Durham - Aii Melvin. Irene. Rt. 2. Fayetteville - .69 Memory (Mrs.) Marjorie, Box 335, Randleman 104 Mercer. Evelyn, 2110 Creasy Ave., Wilmington — Metz, Ellen Margaret, Summerfield 137, 164, 165 .Michaels, Katina C, 709 Templeton Ave., Charlotte 104 .Miller, Bett y. Laurel Springs ..69 Miller, Bllhe Jean. 247 Vance St., Concord _ —143 Miller, Carolyn, Rt. 4. Statesville 125 Miller, Constance A.. 15 Cragmere Rd., Wilmington, Del. 136 Miller. Dorothy. 434 7th St., Newton 104 Miller, Eva, 130 Grandin Rd.. Charlotte 2 137 Miller. Georgia Louise, 401 Salisbury Ave., Spencer 125 Miller, Martha L., 813 E. Capitol St., Washington 3, D. C...— Miller. Martha Rose, Rt. 2, Mocksville 134 Miller, Mary M., Rt. 3, Grafton, West Va. — Miller, Patsy Ellen, 7703 Crossland Rd.. Baltimore, Md. — .Miller, Patsy Ruth, 108 Peachtree St., Fayetteville 104, 134 Millick. Suzanne Ida, 807 E. Darby Rd., Llanerch, Pa. - — Mills. Alma Lee. Box 69. Welcome __ 125 Mills, Dorothy. Box 13. Richland - 127 Mills. Mary. Rt. 2. Greensboro 125. 152 .Mitchell. Betty Jane. 4037 S. W. 6th St., Coral Gables, Fla. 135 Mitchell. Betty Rush, Denton _. _I05 Mitchell. Jane. Aulander 105 Mitchell. Mary Louise. Box 304, Saluda, S. C. 70 Mizell, Gladys Foust, Palmyra ._- 105 Moaller, Marilyn Ann, 304 W. Chesapeake Ave., Towson 4, Md. _. 134 Moffitt, Margaret, 223 Green St., Fayetteville 125 .Money, Lena Rivers, 1603 N. College Park Dr., Greensboro 105, 152 .Montaldo. Barbara. 1012 N. Sergeant St., Joplin, Mo. 15.7 .Moody. Helen Jean. 123 E. Smith St., Greensboro — .Moody, Sylvia. Box 342, Siler City 125 .Moomau. Barbara, 421 Riverside Ave., Westport, Conn. 132, 137, 138 Moon, Jane. Box 58, L-juisburg 70 .Moon, Kathleen Eloise, Bear Creek 105 -Moore, Barbara M., 1108 St. Patrick St., Tarboro 126 Moore, Carolyn Webb. 536 E. Main St., Forest City . . 105 Moore. Doris, Rt. 2, Box 88, West End __. 105 .Moore, Frances Carolyn, 94 Maiden Lane, Reidsville 126 Moore, Johnsie, 313 Home Ave., Farmville 126 Moore, Louise, 1410 W First St.. Winston-Salem 126 Moore, Margaret Alice, 312 W. Sycamore St.. Greensboro 126 Moore, Marie, Southport 70 Moore, Mary Helen. Oakboro 126 Moore. Meade Wootton. Oakboro 105 Moore, Melrose, Box 522, Brown Summit 135 Moore. Muriel Marie, Mocksville __ — Mooring, Edith Lorraine, 536 N. Mercer St., Rocky Mount 70 Page No. More. Jule, 217 S. Main St., Canandaigua, N Y lOS Morgan, Eleanor, 5 ' » Mayflower Dr., Greensboro 71 Morgan, Ellen Henrietta. Laurel Hill 165 Mc.rK;ui. Ileverlv lean, 509 Mayflower Dr., Greensboro 126 Moig.iM. M.iig.uei. Rt. 1, Box li . Jamestown 143 MorKiin. Maiv ivian. Box 252, Clinchfield, Marion 143 Moriii. Lois. ' JOD N. Green St.. Mnrganton - 105 Moring. Martha Mae. 304 Woodbine Cl.. Greensboro -.71, 179 Morrill, Florence Stralt.m, 702 Vance .St.. Wilson -- 135 Morris. Marian. 103 E. 75th St., New York, N. Y 136 Morris. Sarah. 792 Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem 126 Morrison. Klizalietli. 17 Spruce St., Asheville 70 Morrison. .Nell. Jl.i .s.ihsl.ury Ave., Spencer 70 Morton, Louise. M;i lisoii 126 Morton, Rose, 227 N, 4tli St., Albemarle 105 Moseley, Ruth, Oakwoo.ls 70 Moss, William Marian, 1400 Arnette Ave., Durham 134 Moulder. Carleeii Leslie. Hope Mills 135 Moycr, Joan, Box 234, Oteen 105 Moynahan, Margaret, 235 Ringgold St., Peekskill, N. Y. -.136 Mozeley, Paula, 802 N. Three Notch St., Troy, Ala — Muessen, Louise A., 827 Brinkwood Rd., Baltimore 29, Md. 105 Muhlmann, Vera. 935 Park Ave., New York, N. Y 134 Mulhcan. Nancy, 119 N. Cherry St.. Winston-Salem ....70. 168 Mumford, Nelba Jane, Rt. 2. Kenly -- 143 Munro, Margaret Clark. 517 S. Ellis .St.. Salisbury 71, 167, 171 Murphy, Ruth, Rt. 1. Box 55A. Guiliord College -105 Murray, Mary Nell, 615 Lexington Ave., Burhngton IMS Musselman. Emma Donnelly, 410 S. 5th St., Wilmington -.134 Myers. Ruby Dean. Union Grove — Myrick. Blair, Littleton 29, 33, 71 -N- Nance, Betty Lou, 1020 Wellington Rd., High Point 30, 105, 154 Neal, Allene Hope, 747 Park Ave.. Greensboro 135 Neighbors, Virginia, Box 203, Pittsboro 126 NessHnger, Carlita, 960 Fingerboard Rd., Staten Island 105 Neville, Mildred. 311 Patterson PI., Chapel Hill 105, 156 Newell. Nancy, 604 S. Main St., Roxboro - — 126 Newman, Lois, 65 Hull Ave., Freehold, N. J. - 105 Newman, Priscilla E., 115 Forest Rd., Fanwood, N. J. 136, 164 Newton, Nancy, 220 Belvedere St., Shelby -.70 Nicolas, Rosalyn, 318 Carolina Circle, Winston-Salem ..-- 70, 162, 163, 169 Niven. Marianne, 1102 W. Frankhn St., Monroe 126 Nixon, Nurry Ann, 2212 Creston Rd., Raleigh 137 Noble, Elaine. Deep Run 105 Noble. Mary Jo. 303 S. Main St., Salisbury 105 Norman, EHzabeth Janet, Rt. 2, Box 218, Greensboro 137 Norman, Helen Lucille, 803 Elam Ave., Greensboro 105 Norman. Sara Suzanne. Rt. 2, Greensboro 70, 156 Norris, Frances Adams, 32 Raymond St., linghi Ma .105 Northcott, Martha Faye, 220 E. North St., Raleigh 105 Nowell, Marjorie, 506 Ashland Dr.. Greensboro -105 Nufer, Mary Goode, 403 N. Herman St., Goldsboro .- — Nurenburg. Barbara L., 16005 Fernway Rd. Shafer Heights, Ohio — -O- Oakes, Ann E., 8 Mountain Ave.. Maplewood, N. J. — Oberman, Joyce, 322 Westwood Rd., Woodmere, N. Y. 126, 184 O ' Briant, Eloise, 204 Webb St., Roxboro -.126 O ' Briant, Faye, Laurinburg 126 O ' Brien, Barbara Jean. Rt. 5, Oxford 105 Ogilvie, Sally Ann, 174 Mountain Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 136 Olive. Georgia, 1505 Fort Bragg Rd., Fayetteville 30, 105, 171 Oliver, Bernice, Cedar Grove 143 Oliver, Clairene, Jefferson -.- — -70 Oliver, Graddie, 317 N. Elam Ave., Greensboro 105 OHver, Jacqueline Ann, 504 Riverside Dr., Lumberton 135 Orr, Celeste Lourine, 430 E. White St., Rock Hill, S. C. -126 Orr, Mildred, 1810 E. Seventh St., Charlotte 29 71. 177 Osborne, Elizabeth Anne, 533 Oak Hill Ct., Hendersonville 126 Osborne, Elizabeth Martin. Box 133, Pinecroft Rd., Green.sboro - -106, 171 Osborne, June. Arden - 71, 170 Ostecn, Nancy, Fayetteville Rd. Ext., Rockingham --106 Jerry, Stantonsburg — Sara Jo, 539 Highland Ave., Greensboro — Padgett. Carohne Patricia, 1426 Gladden St., Columbia, S. C. — 29, 33, 72 Page, Carolyn, 806 E. Fifth St.. Lumberton 72 Page. Dorothy. State Hospital. Raleigh 126 Palmer. Mildred Esther, Locust Point Rd., P. O. Box 201, Locust, N. J 106 Pantelakos, Penelope George, 538 Arlington St., Rocky Mount - — -— -137 Pappas. Athena. 503 N. Spring St., Greensboro — Pappas, Mary Ahce, 901 Mount Vernon Ave., Charlotte ..136 Parhara, Julia Rue, Rt. 3, Oxford 29, 31, 72 Paris, Pauline R.. 1702 Virginia Rd., Winston-Salem .- — Park. Ruth E., Rt. 1. Greensboro 126 Park. Suzanne. 1405 Hillsboro St.. Raleigh -106 Parker. A. Ann. 218 N. East St.. Raleigh 126 Parker. . nn Virginia. 718 Nash Dr.. Raleigh — Parker. Dorothy, Cutchin St., Chnton — Parker, Joyce, 219 Forest Rd., Raleigh 126 Parker, Joyce Ceceba, 531 Lincolnton Rd., Salisbury 137 Parker, Lillian Riddick, Gates 106 Parker, Madeleine. 2329 Kenmore Ave.. Charlotte 4 72 Parker. Mary, Fountain 106 Parks, Allene. 302 Venus Dr., Kannapolis 106 Parks. Inez Alvenia. 408 S. Elam Ave.. Greensboro — Parks. Dorothy Bee. 243 N. Bridge St.. Elkin 134 Parks, Mildred Ray, Box 85, Pittsboro — - - — Parrish, Anna Elizabeth, Rt. 1. Belew Creek 143 Parrish. Barbara. 410 N. Driver Ave.. Durham 30, 1C6. 181, 201 Parrish, Eva Ruth, 1103 N. Duke St., Durham 106, 184 Parrish, Mettie Florence. Box 165, Pikesvillc — -— Parrott. Blanche Ellen. Rt. 4, Box 72, Kinston —134, 165 Pate, Georgianna, Rt. 1, Roseboro 106 Pate. Nona, 30) S. Pineview Ave.. Goldsboro 106 Pate. OIlie Orlean, Watson Heights, North St., Rockingham - -.135 Page No. atrick, Mary, 106 Patrick St., Box 853, Gastonia 126 tcrson. (Mrs.) Edith R., 504 Sterling St.. Greensboro — -— terson, Jean, 29 Parker St., Freehold, N. J K terson. Lunelle, While Plains 106 terson. Nancy, 44-t Armfield St., Statesville 106 ton. Louise. 2415 Crescent Ave. Ext., Charlotte 29. 33. 73, 156 ton, Marie T . 601 Walker Ave., Greensboro — ' aylor. Jean. 1..,i,kIiiii-i 126 ' ayne. Louise. l.eak-,ville 106 ne. Mary Klizabetli, Caroline Apis. No. 56, Wilmington - 137 ' ayne. Myrle, Stumpy Point 136 Peal, Jean Bryant, Box 253, Chadbourn 126 Pearl, (Mrs.) Florence Wardrup, 106 Edgewood Rd., Middlesboro. Ky 106. 170 Pearlslinc, Marjorie Therese. St. Matthews. S. C 106 Pearsall, (Mrs.) Elizabeth Applewhite, Box 200, Wilmington 73 Pearsall, Mary Etta, 331 Hammond St., Rocky Mount 126 Pearson. Geraldine, 314 Johnson Blvd.. Jacksonville 72, 163, 170 Pease, Nancy, 15 Welcome PI., Springfield, Mass 106 Peaslec. Lillian Cecilia, 300 ' 5 Tate St., Greensboro — Peele, Martha Elizabeth, 302 W. Nash St., Wilson 31, 72, 168, 170 Pegg, Jo Ann, Box 204, Kernersvillc 136 I ' cgram, Calvine. 2724 Anderson Dr.. Raleigh 106 Pcgram. Helen. 121 Falls Rd.. Badin 143 Pelton, Barbara, 658 Chestnut .St.. Greensboro — Pendergrass. Sarah Louise. P O. Box 257, Franklin 72 Penland, Doris. Box 216. Burnsville 106 Penninger. Elaine, 134 Spring St., Marion 106 Peppel, Gertrude. 79 Van Houten PI., Belleville. N. J - 126 Perry. Dorothy Dewey. 107 Persee St., EHzabeth City - 72, 162, 175 Perry, Jane Carolyn, 1019 W. 5th St., Winston-Salem 28, 29 126 Perry, Margery Jean, 3 Burnbrae Rd., Towson, Md 167 Perry. Sally Lou. Rt. 2, Bailey — — 126 Petar, Katherine. Warrenton _ 73. 164 Peters, Jean, 809 N. McLewean St., Kinston 106, 136 Peters, Jean B., 60 Hazelwood Ave.. Longmeadow. Mass. — Peterson, Iris Ann, Laurel Park, Box 348, Hendersonville 106 Fetters. Sofia Pauline, Pisgah Nafl Forest Inn, Asheville - --126 Phelps, Leah Carolyn, Ash 135 Phelps. Wilma, Ash 73 Phifer, Nancy Jane, 307 E. Houston, Monroe 72 Phillips, Betty Pike, 22 Houston Mill Rd., N. E., Emory University, Ga. — Phillips, Bonnie, Rt. 6, Box 372. Greensboro 137 Phillips. Carolyn Gray, 210 S. Tremont Dr., Greensboro 127. 154 Phillips, Elizabeth Louise, 9 W. Sunrise Ave., Thomasville - 127, 157 Phillips, Nell Ray, Rt. 2. East Bend 1- ' 7 Pickard. Margaret Emily, High Point St., Randleman - -— - 29. 72. 176 Pickard. Nancy Elizabeth, High Point St., Randleman - 127, 177 Pickells, Ann, 63 Parkwoods Rd.. Plandome. N. Y. - — Pickett. Betty Jean. 106 S. Aycock, Greensboro - 72, 170 Pierce, Lenore G., Rt. 3, Mountain City, Tenir. — 171 Pierson, Patricia. Sandy Spring, Md. 127. 171 Pierson. Polly Elizabeth. Sandy Spring. Md. ..72. 157. 167, 184 Pilley, Dorothy, Pantego 73 Pilley, Helen, Pantego - - 1.V Pinkston, Nathahe, 1918 S. Main St., Winston-Salem - _ 144 Pinnix, Marie, Rt. 2. Y ' adkinville - — 127 Pitt, Vivian Lorraine. J12 N. Third St.. Oxford, Pa 136 Pitts, Betty Faye, 317 Charlotte, Asheville 127 Pitts, Elenore Geneill, E. Ashe Ave., Newton 135 Pleasants. Carolyn. 110 Melrose Ct., Greensboro 106 PoHakoff, Devora, New Bern - 127 Pons, Ramona C. Rt. 4. Box 507. High Point — 135 Poole, Doris Lee, 1010 Boylan Dr.. Raleigh — Poole. Harriet, Gordon Cors. Rd.. Freehold, N. J. 73, 171 Poole, Hazel Charmaigne, Box 214, Pittsboro 127 Poole, Sara Madge, Box 386, St. Pauls 106 Poore, Ruth, 153 Wilson St., Mount Airy - 74 Pope, Jeanne, 212 W. Main St.. Mt. Olive 106 Poplin, Betty Ray. Indian Trail _ 127 Poplin. Cora Lee. 1407 E. 23rd St., Winston-Salem 127 Porter, Nancy Ann, 6 Sylvan Lane, Wyoming. Cincinnati 15. Ohio - — 135, 157 Posson, Joyce. 3327 Quesada St., Washington. D. C. - 29, 32, 106, 201 Potts, Jessie Anna, Highlands 74 Powell. Helen Marie, Rt. 1, Ruffin - _ 127 Preisinger, Marilyn, 23 Henderson Ave., Badin 127 Presley, Emma Lou, 2312 Vail Ave.. Charlotte 136 Preston. Mary Ann. 1025 Monmouth Ave.. Durham -137 Price. Alice, Box 102. Davidson - - 127 Price. Anne EHzabeth. 205 Wilson St., Greensboro 106 Price, Blair. 313 W. McLellard Ave.. Mooresville 127, 165 Price. Cecilia. 1716 Scales St., Raleigh 127 Price, Helen Moore, Rl. 6, Box 253. Greensboro - -74. 199 Pridgen, Nellie Clyde, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill - 135 Privette. Ruth Ann. Hillsboro -144 Proffitt. Jean. 103 Norwood Ave.. Asheville 127 Pruitt. Jane Haddon. 40 Jefferson Apt., Steel St., Rockingham 106 Pugh, Dorothy Carolyn, Laurel Springs 74 Pugh, Maxinc. Rt. 1. Franklinville — — — Purgason. Elsie Josephine. Box 194, Mayodan - — Purvis, Hazel Robbie. 427 E. Thomas St.. Rocky Mount -144 Purvis. Martha Dell, 716 S. Fulton St., SaHsbury 75 Pyatt. Mary lean. Ill S. Kornegay, Goldsboro 127, 164 Jueen, Helen Eunice. Rt. 1. Law idale 106 Juick, Katharine. 47 Spruce St., Bloomfield, N. J. 136 Suinerly. Walenah. Grifton 127 5uinn, Grace, Beulaville -- 106 2.17 STUDENT DIRECTORY— ContinaJ Page No. -R— Rabey. Dorothy. 11 East 49th St.. Savannah. Ga. 94. 106. 171 Rabey. Mary Elizabeth. 11 E. 49th St.. Savannah, Ga. ._..107 Rabil, Helen. Box 488. Cedar St., Weldon 144 Rabil. Virgmia. 32S Tarboro St., Rocky Mount 127 Rader. Betty Anne. Box 12. Mayodan 136 Ragan, Iris. Box 88, S. Main Ext.. Mullins, S. C. 107 Ragsdale, Elberta Lee. Albemarle — Rahenkamp. Naomi. 1202 Brandt St., Greensboro 75 Rahenkamp, Vivian Esther, 1202 Brandt St., Greensboro —74 Raitord, Anne Elizabeth, 305 E, H. Street, Erwin 127 Rainey, Frances Theresa. 5200 S. Blackstone Ave., Chicago IS, 111 .— 127 Rainey, Jean. 609 Holly Ave., Winston-Salem — Ramsey, Minnie Frances. Ill West Todd St., Belmont 127, 156 Ramsey, Rebecca Sue, 405 Seventh St., Pikesville, Ky 134 Randall, Ada Lee, Rt. 2. Polkton _ -127 Raper, Betsy Ann, W. 3rd Ave., Lexington __ 127, 165 Raub. Joanne — Raulfs, Carolyn. Westover Blvd.. Elizabeth City 127 Ravenel. Ann, 106 Fisher Park Circle. Greensboro 74, 167 Rawls, Ruth M., 2229 Maplewood Ave., Winston-Salem — Ray. Elizabeth Jean. 2305 Commonwealth Ave., Charlotte -— Ray. Kathryn Marie. HiUsboro —74. 170 Ray. (Mrs.) Lois M., 406 N. Cedar St.. Greensboro — Raymond, Fritzie, 1101 N. Main St.. Higi Point 107 Raywid, Mary Anne, 4535 Windom PI. N. W.. Washington, D. C 127 Reaben, Ethelyn. Haywood Rd., P. O. Box 1018, Henderson ville l " ? Read, Mildred Connor, 415 Sunset Ave.. Rocky Mount —74, 171 Reagan. Carol Suzanne. Box 132, Weaverville 127 Reavis. Evelyn. Yadkinvilic 127 Reavis. Mary Elizabeth. 2012 Elizabeth Ave., Wii i-Sale ..75 Redding, Ida, 804 Rankin St , Greensboro Redding, MacTavish, 804 R;.nkin St., Greensboro -— Redman. Margaret Mae. Walnut Cove 134 Reed, Jane, 925 Lynwood Ave.. Winston-Salem — Reeves, Marion Adair, 405 Mitchell Ave., Salisbury 144 Reeves, Mary Carolyn, 400 Gulf St., Sanford 131 Regan, Betty S.. 301 McLaurin Ave., Laurinburg 74 Reilley, Miriam, 1018 Ardsley Rd., Charlotte 128 Renegar, Peggy Lee, Rt. 2, Yadkinville _ 137 Reynolds. Dorothy Douglass. 1420 Park Dr., Raleigh - - —74, 157, 162, 163 Reynolds, Jacqueline Aqesta, Letand _ 135 Reynolds, Lettie, Rt. 1, Box 140, Mount Airy 136 Reynolds, Margaret Lois, Turkey 74, 184 Rhodes, jean, 2612 St. Mary ' s St., Raleigh 74 Rhodes, Nancy. W7 N. Center St., Statesville — Rhyne. Elizabeth Carolyn. South Pt. Rd., Belmont 144 Rice, Martha Jane, 529 W. Innes St.. Salisbury - 144 Rich. Sallie Ruth. Rt. 2. Farmington 75 Ricks. Ehzabeth E.. Ill Summit St., Greenville -— Riddle, Susie Waugh, 306 Greensboro Ave., Sanford 137 Ridenhour, Nancy, 3015 Idlewood Circle, Charlotte — 107 Ridge, Hilda, Alamance St.. Gibsonville 107 Ridge. Roberta Ashley. Green Hill Farms Apt., Overbrook. Philadelphia. Pa. — 128 Rieley. Lucille Catherine, 622 N. C. Ave., S. E., Washington. D. C _ — 136 Rigley, Eleanor -138 Rignoy. Eleanor. 87-40 Elmhurst Ave., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. — Rigsbee. Jacqueline, 2904 Monroe Ave., Durham 123 Rigsbee, Mary Virginia, 20O3 Club Blvd., Durham - 1C7 Riley, Harriet Faison, 1109 Evergreen Ave.. Goldsboro — Roach. Frances. 602 Arlington St.. Forest City ._ 75 Robbins, Doris, Box 194. Rt. 2, Battleboro — 107 Robbins, Rita, 1034 E. 29th St., Brooklyn 10. N. V. 76 Roberson, Mary Ann, Rt. 1, Smithfield —76 Robert, Lorraine Doris. 439 Coublin St., Farmingdale, N. Y. 128 Roberts. Bonnie. Cox-C.irlton Hotel. Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga. — Roberts, Faye, Rt. 3, Box 191, Reidsville 107 Roberts, Janice, 722 W. Graham St., Shelby 76 Robertson. Mary Leslie. Jonesboro 76 Robinson. Faela, 108 Forest Hill Dr., Asheville 107 Robinson, Faith, Anderson St., Morganton __165 Robinson, Harriett Jai.e, 364 Main St.. Portland, Conn. — Robinson. Mary Anne. Church. Coolecmee 128, 168 Rock. Mary. 830 Second PI., Plainfield, N. J. 135 Rodgers, Lucy, Sunset Ave., Scotland Neck 29, 76, 162, 164, 167, 200 Rodgers. Winifred, Sunset Ave., Scotland Neck 128 Rogers, Adeline Townsend, Rt. 1, Dillon, S. C. 107 Rogers, Alva Hope, 1021 Clark St., Rocky Mount -— Rogers, Claudia Ann. 215 Monmouth Ave., Durham 137 Rogers, Dorothea, Youngsville 76 Rogers, Elizabeth, Box 216, Apex __ 76 Rogers, Elizabeth Katherine, 202 Grace Ave., Sevierville, Tenn. — — Romefelt, Mary Gray, 670 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. 136 Romefelt, Nancy Morton, 670 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock, N. J _ 107 Romines, Ethel Lee, 2701 4th St., N. E., Apt. 202, Washington 2, D. C. 128 Roper. Elizabeth, 412 N. Green St., Morganton 76 Roscoe, Jacquelyn, 824 E. Park Ave., Charlotte 134 Rose, Estelle, 112 W. Trinity Ave.. Durham — Rosenberg. Betty, 2224 Walker Ave., Greensboro _ -138 Rosoff, Gladys Ruth, 16 Morris St., Hamden, Conn. _.76. 156 Ross, Betty Lou, Fallston 128, 165 Ross, Julia Frances, 620 Fountain PI.. Burlington -— Ross. Ola, Aurora 76, 120, 171 Rothcnberg, Jeanne Rose, 3401 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 128 Routh, Jacqueline, Guilford College 128 Rowe, Gladys L.. Aberdeen -136 Rowland, Gladys, Rt. 1. Kittrell 170, 184 Royal, Barbara Jean, 214 Oakwood Dr., Thomasville — 128 Royster, Ann Elizabeth. 935 Chestnut St.. Henderson 137 Royster, Carolyn Christine, 1314 Maple St., Greensboro 144 Rumley, Nancy, Box 30, Stokesdale 144 Rumley, Ruby. Rt. 7, Winston-Salem 134 Russell. Evelyn Jean. .30 Majestic Ave., Asheville 107 Russell, Lois A.. Fairgrove Forest. Thomasville 76. 184 Page No. Ruspini. Evelyn Louise, 76 Fernald Rd., Parkridge, N. J.-136 Russell, Edwyna Lee, Drexel 137 -S— Sabiston, Alma Marie, 231 New Bridge St., Jacksonville 1- Sale, Dorothy, 201 Crescent St., Hopewell, Va. 128 Sample, Joan C, 1125 Highland Ave,. Hendersonvii:e -— Sampson. Dorothy. 1507 Shepard St . Morehead City 128 Samuelson. Esther M.. 113 S. Atlantic Ave.. Providence. R. I. -— Sanders, Barbara May. 849 Waterloo. Warrenton, Va. 135 Sanders, Betty Jean, 1121 Myrtle Ave.. Charlotte -137 Sanders, Evonne, 724 Deal Ave., Newton _-.128 Sanders, Gray. 1501 Walnut St., Lumberton .— 13o Sanders, Nora Elizabeth, 514 W. Main St., Forest City 107 Sanderson, Arlene, Rt. 4, Kinston 76. 154 Sanderson. Betty. Rocky Point — Sandlin. Martha K.. Bryson City 78 Sasser. Janice A., 407 N. Pollock St., Selma 135 Saunders, Mary Lela, 161 Montague St., Danville, Va. —133 Saville. Elizabeth Dodson, Rt. 3, Lexington - — 78 Scharlin, Patricia Jane. 16 Buckingham PI., Great Neck. N. Y " 36 Schlossberg, Gloria. 30 Eastchester Rd., New Rochelle. N. Y. 78 Schoenemann. Inge. 315 Harrison Ave.. Elkins Park, Pa. -— Schrum. Katherine Amelia. 102 N. Cedar St.. Lincolnton 137 Scott. Dorothy V.. 307 Sherman Dr.. Fayetteville -— Scott. Margaret Elaine. 732 Summit St.. Winston-Salem — — Scott. Elizabeth. 403 W. Front St.. Burlington - 128 Scott. Miriam Pate. Mebane 29, 94, ir7 Scribner, Virginia Ann, Guilford Lakes Estates, Guilford, Conn. 12A Seabolt, (Mrs.) Helen, 917 W. Lee St., Greensboro — Sears, Wilma La Verne. Rt. 5, Box 175. Johnnycoke Rd.. Baltimore 7. Md. — Seawell, Helen, St. Pauls 107 Sechrest, Nancy Jeanne. 507 Otteray Dr., High Point -40, 78 Secunda, Betty. 108 E. Housatonie St.. Pittsfield. Mass 136 Self. Penelope, 401 Charlotte St., Asheville i9 Self. Ruth Lee. Rt. 3. Box 276. Spartanburg. S. C. — Sellers. Ruth, 611 Clement Ave.. Charlotte _ 128 Senter, Eleanor Green. 2404 Stafford Ave.. Raleigh 134 Sessoms. Betty Sue. 1103 Arsenal Ave.. Fayetteville 79 Sessoms. Hazel Montague. Colerain _- 128 Settle. (Mrs.) Ruth. Ronda _ — — Setzer, Betty Eleanor. Rt. 2. Newton 135 Severson. Margaret L. Southwick. care Mrs. L. H. Smothers. Rt. 4. Reidsville 78 Sexton. Marjorie Lee. 211 Raleigh. Rocky Mount 78. 162 Seymour. Helen. Box 143. Alamance 78. 162 Shackleford. Mary Frances, Box 823, Kinston 136 Shadden, Medora Elizabeth, 222 Tunnel Blvd., (Thattanooga, Tenn. 136 Shaffer. Ann Carr. 216 College Ave., Wishington 144 Shamel, Marjorie, frt4 Stratford Rd., Vinston-Salem 132 Shamer, Margaret, 3300 W. North Ave., Baltimore 16, Md. - 107 Shannon, Anelia, P. O. Box 181, Waxhaw . — -•-. - — 128 Sharkey, Hilda, Box 643, Westwood, Chapel Hill - - — 128 Sharpe, Bernice Arleen, Rt. 2, Harmony 128 Sharpe. Betty Lou. 112 N. Bloodworth. Raleigh 107, 171 Shaw, Evelyn Nancy. Star Rt.. Roanoke Rapids 78 Shaw. Marie Avery. 716 Hay St.. Fayetteville 136, 165 Shaw, Marilyn Joan, 269 Chestnut St., Nutley, X. J. -136 Shearin, Marjorie, 1008 N. Craven St., New Bern 79 Shelley, Audrey Courtney, 211 N. Glen Ave., Annapolis. Md. -— —107 Shelton. Teresa. 417 Hunter St.. Madison 79. 184. 186 Shepherd, Lula Ferguson, Aberdeen Rd.. Laurinburg 128 Shepherd, Mary Whaley. 124 Aberdeen Rd.. Laurinburg --134 Shepherd, Nancy Elizabeth, 704 Clement Ave., Chirlotte 4 128 Shepherd, Shirley Rose, 501 Pilot Ave., Fayetteville 136 Shcrwin, Hilda Anne, 1501 Walker Ave., Greensboro -— Shields, Mary Louise, 2902 Bon Air Ave.. Winston-Salem -144 Shiver. Frances Ansel. 2212 Malvern Rd.. Charlotte 135 Shoaf. Helen. Stone St., Rt. 2. High Point 1 Shoemaker, Joanne, 1915 Truman Rd., Charlotte - — 137 Shore, Jan, 1212 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem 114, 128, 162, 163 Shore, Susan, Rt. 1, Yadkinville —129 Shronce, Gloria Mae, Granite Falls 144 Shuffler, Ann. Bradley Creek, Wilmington 107, 167 Shuler, Betty, 616 Glenn Ave., Rocky Mount -134 Shuler, Mary Ellis, 616 Glenn Ave., Rocky Mount 107 Shuler, Mary Paul. 1114 Fountain Lane, Fayetteville 136 Shull, Pat, 2214 Queen St.. Winston-Salem — Siceloff, Nell Flemming, 1009 Johnson St., High Point 137 Sides, Carolyn, 118 Altondale, Charlotte 129 Sides, Ehzabeth Florine, 528 East Blvd., Charlotte — Siff, Nancy, 2 West 85th St., New York 24, N. Y. .. 107, 167 Sigmon, Adelaide Virginia, Newton 29, 137 Sigmon. Barbara, 109 S. College Ave., Newton 78 Sigmon, Marion Malinda, 132 Forest Hill Dr., Asheville 107 Siler, Mary Jane, 172 Vermont Ave., Asheville 107 Simmons, Caroline. 1200 Greenway Dr.. High Point 78 Simmons. Catherine. 1056 Southern Ave., Fayetteville 107 Simmons, Mary L., c o Maj. M. E. Simmons, Post Headquarters, Fort Bragg 78, 162, 164 Simmons, Rachel, Lake Lure 129 Sims, Jacksie, Waxhaw 107 Sinclair, Frances, West End 129 Sinclair, Mildred, Ashley Heights - 136 Singletary, Eleanor Dalton, 105 Homewood Ave., Greensboro — Sisk, Dorothy Virginia, 308 E. Washington St., Bessemer City —108 Skeels. Mary Eleanor, 115 Broadfoot Ave., Faj-etteville 136, 162 Skydell, Ethel Gertrude. 112 E. Main St., Somerville, N. J. -— Slagle, Kate, Toecane 129 Slagle, Myra, Rt. 1, Franklin If Slaughter, Letty Bond, 2250 Briarwood Rd., Charlotte 134 Slaughter. Rosa Christine, Rt. 2, Roxboro - — Sloan, Elizabeth, Garland 129 Page No. Sloan, Margaret Moore, 106 E. Prince St., Beckley, W. Va 129 Small. Jane Fletcher. Weeksville Rd., Elizabeth City 144 Smith. Mrs. A. D. Roberts 437 W. Gaston St., Greensboro — Smith, Atha LaVerne, 310 Bickett St., Monroe — Smith, Conand, 98 S. Bergen PI., Freeport, N. Y. 108 Smith, Davilla, 1223 W. First St.. Winston-Salem -137 Smith, Doris Lee, 523 S. Third St., Smithfield - - 144 Smith, Doris Ruth, 49 Livingston Ave., Arhngton, N. J. ..-78 Smith, Dorothy E., Huntersville -.-108 Smith, Eleanor Grace, 119 West 2nd St.. Lumberton — — Smith. Esther. Rt. 1. St. Pauls 79 Smith. Evalyne. Prattville. Ala. - 137 Smith. Helen Millicent, 110 Library PI., Greensboro 108 Smith, Helen Scott, 121 Thurston St., High Point 79, 162, 184, 186 Smith, Helene - — Smith, Imogene, Rt. 1, Linwood 129 Smith, lanettc, Rt. 1, Siler City 80 Smith, Jean Minnie, Cherokee 135 Smith, Lillie Rae, Rt. 1, Seven Springs -80 Smith, Lois Adalaide, Rt. 1. Box 298, Statesville 108 Smith, Lois Adele, 514 Dorchester Ave., Middlesboro, Ky. 129 Smith, Lois C, Vass -- 80 Smith, Lois Ruth. 906 Creek Dr., Eastport, Md. 129 Smith, Geneva Marie, 514 W. Poplar St., Johnson City, Tenn , — 80, 169 Smith. Marjorie Morrow, 30 University Circle, University, Va. 108 Smith, Mary Elizabeth, Wilkesboro Rd., Lenoir 129, 154, 157 Smith, Nina, 401 S. Aycock, Greensboro — Smith, Patsy Clark, 1106 W. Kenan, Wilson 108 Smith, Phyllis Anne, 1801 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh — Smith, Mrs. Rebecca McCulloch, Box 473, Rt. 1, Greensboro 81 Smith, Revalene. Rt. 2, Seven Springs — - - 108 Smith, Sara, 6 Hillcrest Dr., Concord - 108, 164 Smithson. Marianna, Box 7435. Asheville 81 Smollen, Mary Lyell, 2324 Fairway Dr., Winston-Salem -167 Snell, Betsy Faye Box 388, Rt. 1, Plymouth 129 Snelson, Clariece, 31 Samovoa PI., Asheville 80, 162, 166, 167, 170 Snider, Patsy Ruth, Rt. 2, Lexington 144 Snoduy, Annabelle. P. O, Box 67. Salemburg 108 Snyder, Anne, Rt. 4, Box 370, Winston-Salem 80, 184, 1.-6 Snyder, Annie Ruth, 714 Walnut St.. Winston-Salem -—108 Snyder. Nancy Jo Ann. Rt. 1. Box 1029. Charlotte 5 108 Solarl. Regina. 3024 Moss Side Ave.. Richmond, Va. 144 Solomon, Elaitie, 1792 Robinhood Rd., Winston-Salem 108 Solomon, Marie L., 115 Forest Hill Dr., Wilmington -80 Souther, Nancy Norman, 505 Woodlawn Ave., Greensboro - 29, 32, VS Sparger, Margaret Brent, Dobson — Sparrjw, Amervllis, Mesic - .- Sparrow, Barbara Jean, 1404 Vickers Ave., Durham — Spearman, Catherine, 300 Library St., Greenville, N. C. —129 Speight, Jacqueline, 301 N. Tarboro St., Wilson - — Speight. Mary Frances. 217 S. Church St. Rocky Mount -144 Spencer . Alice Dunn. 300 W. Whitaker Mill Rd.. Raleigh -137 Spencer. Sara Juanita. 1817 Rolhng Rd.. Greensboro -129 Spencer. Margaret McCall. 1314 Eastern Ave., Rocky Mount 129 Spencer, Norma, 3109 Westminster Ave., Norfolk, Va. 129 Squier, Margaret Britton. A-7 Dolly Madison Apts., Greensboro 80. 152 Stacy. Rachel Ann, Ruffin 81, 168, 170, 199, 200 Stacy, Sara, Ruffin 137 Stadler, Jean, Rt. 2, Reidsville — Stafford, Barbara M., 5 Buckingham Ct., Asheville -- 81, 180 Stafford, Frances, Rt. 1. Liberty 108 Stafford, Geneva, Box 191 Taylorsville - - 108 Stanback, Lula. Morven Rd.. Wadesboro 135 Stanfield, Jean. Brown Summit — Stansill. Martha. 205 Rockingham Rd.. Rockingham 81 Stansill. Wilma Little. Ill W. Long St.. Farmville .— 80 Starnes. Martha J.. 19(12 16th Ave., Hickory 129 Steed, Frances, ?25 E. Pritchard St., Asheboro 80 Stephens, Leila, Harrisburg 129 Stephenson, Doris Jean. Smithfield - —144 Stephenson, Frances Willard, Box 478, 504 W. Market St., Reidsville 135 Stephenson, Hazel, Severn 108 Stern, Charlotte B., 383 North Ave., Fanwood, N. J. 135, 164 Sternau, Sally Lou 6807 N. 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 129 Sternberger, Barbara, 105 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington 137 Stevens. Mary Alice. Council — Stewart. Dorothea Lou. Rt. 1. Box 103. Lillington 108 Stewart. Dorothy Jean. 812 S. Jackson St.. Gastonia 144 Stewart, Jo Ann, 2227 Creston Rd., Raleigh 136 Stewart, Margaret McBride Rt. 1, Box 167, Julian 108, 171 Stewart, Sarah Robertson. 116 Broadfoot Ave.. Fayetteville 80 Stirewalt. Ellen Virginia. 703 E. Lexington Ave., High Point , 108 Stockard, Frances, 14 Springdale Ct., Greensboro 81, 171 Stone, Carolyn, 306 S. Third St., Albemarle 81, 154, 180 Stone, Geraldine, 6605 W. 18th St., Philadelphia — Stone, Juanita, 146 Cranford St., Asheboro 108 Stone. Mary Frances. Stoneville 82 Stonestreet. Bonnie. 41 ; ark Blvd.. Winston-Salem 129 Storey. Gladvs. Murfreesboro 31, 82, 156 Story, Jean. 411 X. Spring St.. Greensboro 108 Stover. Virginia D., River Rd.. Erwinna. Pa 136 Stratton, Jane. 1718 16ih Ave.. Hickory -129 Streater. Mary Lou. 25 Little St.. Wadesboro 140, 144 Strelitz, Barbara, Box 178, Lexington — Strickland, Agatha. 302 North lOth St.. Erwin -82 Strickland. Jean Evelyn. Smithfield 144 Strother. Faith. 109 Oakwood Ct., High Point 129 Strother, Hattie Louise, Rt. 1, Franklinton 135 Stroupe, Betty Jane. Rt. 2, Gastoni.i 129 Suddreth, Estelle B., 113 Beall St., Lenoir 136 Suggs, Frances Kissell. 512 South St., Gastonia - 108 Summerlin. Marue. 416 S. Church St., Rocky Mount 108 Sutphen, Marilyn Lois, 115 W. Cliff St.. Somerville. N. J. 136 Sutton. Billie. Rt. 3. LaGrange 129 Sutton. Sarah Elizabeth, 109 Chamberlain S t., Raleigh - 82, 164, 200, 207 Sutton, Nancy Howard, 109 Chamberlain St., Raleigh - - 83. 164, 167, 169 ♦238 STUDENT DIRECTORY— w,v»J Page No. Swaim. AlbiTta. 300 Hau((ht...i St., WiUiamslon - 108. 170 Swaim. Nell. 26 Fisher Ferry St . Thomasville 29. 3i, J Swaini. Raelu-l. Rt. 1. Julian 108 Swain, Anna Mae. Rt. 2, Box •fJS. Norfolk, Va. 108 Swain. Francis Alma, 1004 S. Hawthorne St., WinsL.n S.,l,nl _ — S«l. : II ihv Beatrice. Rt. I. Linwood 129 Sm r C.mmon St., Walpole, Mass 82,184,186 Swi I 1 i . Sherwood 135, 165 S cin.l, I 11. , Wilson. 516 Wooolawn Ave., ■ ll.HkU,. W .i. 1» -T- Tallant. Marjorie Lee. 1214 9th Ave.. Hickory 82 Talley, Cccile. 541 Hamlet Ave.. Hamlet 82 Talley. Julia Rebecca. Box 108. Troutman 108 Talley. Rachel, P. O. Box 143. Randleman — Tanner. Eloise, 515 Parkway. High Point 136 Taylor, Betty Jane, Ararat - 108 Taylor, Emma Lou. Rt. }. Williamston - 82, 178. 198 Taylor, Janie Moye. Rt. 3. Williamston 129 Tavlor. Maud. 1(18 N. Mendenhall. Greensboro 129 Ta ' ylor, Mildred. 61.s XorlhridKc -St.. Greensboro 108 Tavlor, Sarah, S2J Second St.. Durham 129 Taylor. Shirley Maie. Kt. 1. Washington 135 Tcague. Betty Jane. 202 Endor St.. Sanford _ 137 Teague. Dorothy Jean, 102 Church St., High Point — 137 Teague, Mary Belle. 2200 Benbow Rd., Greensboro 108. 152 Teaguc, Millicent Annette. Newland — Teague. Nina. Staley _. --. -- — 13 " Tegg. K. Lucile. Oak Ridge. Rt. 1. Greensboro — Teichman, Rosalie. 2332 Fairway Dr.. Winston-Salem 109, 176 Temple. Grace, Marietta -- --83 Tennent, Mary Gaillard. 217 Westover Dr., Asheville 157 Terrell. Laura Elizabeth. 333 Scotland St.. Williamsburg. Va. 109 Terry. Audrey Jane. 200 James River Dr.. Hilton Village Branch. Newport News. Va. 33. 83 Thacker. Alice. 1808 Rolhng Rd.. Greensboro 130 Thigpen. Daphne. 701 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount 109 Thigpen, Hattie Eliz.. Box 254. Scotland Neck -135 Thigpen. Helen L.. N. Main St., Scotland Neck -— Thigpen, Margaret Woodard. Scotland Neck 135 Thomann. Sylvia. 186 Lakeside Dr., Nutley 10 N. J. 136 Thomas. Annahelle. 608 High St.. Burlington — Thomas. Barbara Ann, 1241 Hawthorne Rd.. -U- Page No, Wi -Sale Thomas. Betty Joyce, Rt. 4. Rockingham 135 Thomas, Doris. 4244 Winston Rd.. Greensboro 82 Thomas. Doris lean. 2201 Englewood Ave.. Durham 130 Thomas. Edna, Rt. 1, Box 78. Morrisville 109. 184 Thomas. Emmalene Frances. Box 542. Gastonia 109 Thomas. Emogene, 608 High St.. Burlington — Thomas, Blanche Hilman. 2708 Anderson Dr.. Raleigh 82. 172. 198, 200 Thomas. Lois. 508 Moir St.. Leaksville 130 Thomas. Mary Jane. Rt. 1. Winston-Salem 130 Thompson. Angeline, 2220 Pinecrest Rd.. Greensboro 109 Thompson, . nn. 1200 Evergreen Ave.. Goldsboro 109 Thompson. Billie Carolyn. Rt. 1. Mooresville 109 Thompson, Fannie Ransom. Rt. 1. Mooresville 82 Thompson. Helen E., 125 N. Second St.. Smithfield 144 Thompson. (Mrs.) Jane Simmons. Rt. 1. Stoncville — Thompson. Katherine. Rt. 3, Laurinhurg 109 Thompson, Margaret Ellen, Rt. 1. Box 39. Cl-irkton 130 Thompson, Marietta, 712 Sunset Dr. High Pr,i--t 109 Thompson, Nancy McCall, .102 Roherson St., Fayetteville 135 Thompson, Sallv Jean, 330 Youne St., Henderson 144 Thompson, Sylvia Lucy, Rt. I. Chadbourn 135 Thompson. Virginia Charteris. 19 Eaton Ct., Welleslev Hills. Mass. 136 Thompson. Wilma Frances. 115 Young Ave. Hender-on _-109 Thompson. Winifred Lee. 15 Roeerson Dr.. Chapel Hill __137 Thorn. Florine. 3406 Callawav Ave.. Baltimore. Md. — Thrift. Martha. Rt. 6. Box 223, High Point — Thrower, Jean, 820 W. Church St.. Laurinhurg l.W Tilley. Betty Sue Box 672. Funuay Snrings 109 Tilson. AHce Franklin. 27 Charlof ' e St., Asheville 82 TiKson, Annette. 1011 Knox Ave.. Durham 109 Tilson. Mildred. 19 Se " -ard St., Sitka, Alaska 109 Tilson. Ruth, Mars Hill 109 Tinkler, Ann Everett. York. S, C. 136. 164 Tinslev, Lucy Irene, Lake Toxa-av — -130 Tipton, Eunice Elizabeth. Box 143. Chadbourn 135 Tolar. Anne Westwood. 1509 Raeford Rd„ Fayetteville 136 TolIe«on. Betsy Louise. 511 W. Gold St.. Kings Mountain — Tomlin. Marv. 29.37 168th St.. Flushing. N. Y 134 Tomlin. Tommy Jean. 0!in _— Tomlinson, Betty Ruth. 1005 W. Vance St.. Wilson . 83. 154 Tomlinson. Eleanor. 215 Bethune St.. Fayetteville — Tomlinson. Tane Bentlev. 712 Montlieu Ave.. High Point -137 Townsend. Elizabeth. 1110 Madison Ave.. Greensboro — Trantham. Doris Tacnuelyn. 57 Fenner Ave.. Asheville — — Travis. Annie Lois. Rt. 2. Anex .-S3 Trent. Mariorie. Bov 785. Reidsville 84. 170. 171 Trevathan. Vivian Rose, Box 67, Dob on 134 Trexler. Ceceha Hnd»on. 223 S. Boundary St.. Salisbury .-— Trexler. Sylvia L.. 705 Englewood St.. Greensboro — Trogdnn. Jane Reo-enia. 803 Pearson St.. Greensboro 136 Trollinger, Mary Elizabeth, X-Way Rd.. Laurinhurg 130 Truitt. M. Elizabeth, Sparta — Tucker, . nr.e Dean, 1403 Garland Dr., Gre-nsboro 109 Tucker, Doris, 127 S. Broome St., Albemarle 130 Tucker. Ellen, 3805 Oak Grove Ave.. Greensboro 131 Tucker, Eulalia, 127 S Broome St.. Albemarle 84, 162 Tunstall. Shirley Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Willow Springs 109 Turner. Audrey. Mt. Ulla 84 Turner, Doris Levelle, 308 W. Main St., Forest City 84, 178, 184 Turner, Marie Battle. 209 Moss St.. Wilson 109 Tuttle. Betty Frances, Box 525, Waynesville — 136 Tuttle, Mary Elizabeth, Walnut Cove -109 Tyson, Betsy Warters, Box 73, Lucama 135 Tyson, Jane, Carthage 85 Tyson, Margaret. 208 Grimmersburg, Farmville -109 Umsle.ld. Betsy. 2807 State St., Durham 114, 130, 184 Underwood, Betty Jean, Ut. 6, Charlotte — Upchurch. Ann Marie. Box 186, Spring Hope 109 Upchurch. Mary lathcrine. Buie ' s Creek 109 Urdaneta. Maria Ines. 1214 N. Harrell St.. Charlotte 136 Usher, Charlotte. 630 S. Main St., Ashcboro 85, 154, 171 -V- Van Deusen, Katherine Stevens, Greycourt Apts., Ithaca, N, Y — Vail, Muriel, Rt. 1, Evergreen Fruit Farms, Warwick, N. Y 136 Vance, Lillian Ward, Church St., Nashville 1 ' 9 Van Dyke, Gloria, Bailey Apt., Raleigh 130 Van Dyke, Mary Elizabeth, Tazewell, Va 84 Vann, Jewell Adair, 305 N. Southerland St., Mt. Olive — — 109 Vann, Louise, 1606 Scales .St.. Raleigh 84 Vannoy. Evelyn Dan. West Jefferson I. ' O Varner, Ann Denny, 2IM Mocksvillc Ave., Salisbury 137 Vaughn, Jane Wheeler, 2408 Rosewood Ave., WinstonSalem 135 Vaughan, Margaret Lucille, Rt. 1. Benson — Venahle, Mary Jane. Rt. 1. High Point 144 Venters. Mildred. Box ,113, Badin _-84, 164 Vestal. Marie D.. Mt. Vernon Springs 138 Vincent. Marilyn. Star Route. Roanoke Rapids 84, 186 Vincent. Mildred Ann. Star Route. Roanoke Rapids - 144 Vine. Margaretta. 860 Sixteenth Ave., S.. St. Petersburg, Fla. _ - .85, 168, 184 Vines. Mary Lou. Sugar Grove 135 Vinson, Irene. 409 Rollingwood Circle, Fayetteville 144 -W- Waddington, Marybelle, 1449 Emory Road. N. E.. Atlanta. Ga. -29. 32, 109 Wade, Roberta Jeanette. 707 Englewood St.. Greensboro -144 Wadlin, Annette. 77 Cobane Terrace. West Orange. N. J. -85 Wagenfeld. Ruth Eleanore. Box 76. Hazelwood 130 Wagoner. Barbara. 443 Tate St., Greensboro - 13S Wagoner. Lessie Edith. 2405 Camden Rd.. Greensboro 84 Wagoner. Kathryn, Gibsonville — Wagoner. Nancy Gordon. Brown Summit 109 Wagslaff. Belle. Rt. 1. Roxboro _ 130 Waldenmaier. Elizabeth. 2010 Shep ard St., Morehead City 131 Waldroop, Betty Jane. Rt. 1. Franklin 84, 170 Waldrop. Patricia. .506 West 4th St.. Greenville, N. C. 156 Walker. Carol. 921 Rotary Dr. High Point 31. 84. 184 Walker, Charlesanna, Rt. 2. Box 224. Greensboro 109 Walker. Doris Anne. Manteo 136 Walker. Mary Ann. 311 RulMn St.. Burlington 84. 162 2 " 0. 208 Walker. Rebecca Jane, 117 N. Ireland St., Burlington 109. 162. 163 Wall. Allene. Guilford College 85. 170 Wall. Dorothy Mae. Rt. 2. Siler City -144 Wall. Helen Anne, Lilesville l.Vl Wall Mary EHzabeth — Wallace. Betty. Rt. 6. Box 510. Greensboro — Waller. Lovelace, Rt. 3. Box 42. Kinston 130 Wallis. Betty Jo. 352 S. Mulberry St.. Lenoir 85. 168 Walters. Jonsie Elizabeth, Marshville S i Walters. Tocelyn Ruth. Eugene St.. Gibsonville 130 Walters. Maxine, 306 New College. Oxford 110 Walton. Nina. 135 S. Cox St.. Asheboro - 130 Walton. Pansy Marie. 505 Mayflower Dr.. Greensboro 144 Ward. Fannie Kate. LaGrange — 110 Ward. Jacquelyn Joyce. 8 College Ave.. Thomasville 130 Ward, Lillian Marie, Church St., Nashville — Wardruo, Mary Kathrvn. 106 Edgewood Rd., Mlddlcshoro. Ky. no, 165 Wardruo. Phyllis. 106 Edgewood Rd., Middlesboro, Ky. —130 Ware. Betsy Lea. 18 Coleman St.. Reidsville 134 Waring. Loretta Sue, Box 235, Fairfax. Va -. ' 35 Warren. Ila Nehena. Rt. 2. Dunn 130 Warren. Nell Hoey. 319 S. York St.. Gastonia - — Washburn. Anne. 308 W. 3rd St.. Rutherfordton —86 Watkins. Ruth Ailcen. Troy __ 85 Watson. Florence McRae. Box 93. Elm City 130. 165 W ' aynick. Kathryn, 709 Mayflower Dr., Greensboro S6 Weaver, Jeanne Caroline. 1.106 Virginia Ave.. Durham 136 Webb. Ruth Lane. 416 W. Rugby Ave.. College Park, Ga 30. 40. 87. 20O. 209 Wechsler. Bernice. W. Clarktown Rd., New York City, N. Y. 29. 87. 157 Weidler. Martha, 419 Church St.. Greensboro _ -— Weinel. Allie. 408 Baldwin Ave.. Spencer 86 Weir, Peggy Sue. W. Meeting St.. Lancaster. S. C. TO Weir. Virginia, Box 1954, Winston-Salem 130 Wei=s, Josephine Lowenbein, 527 Merrimon Ave., Asheville - -.135 Weller. Marian F.. 404 Garson Ave.. Rochester. N. Y. 86, 162, 163 Wells. Dorothy Sue. 9 Pisgah Dr.. Canton 86 Wells. Evelvn, Jacksonville 86 Wells. Martha Maude. 707 Simpson St.. Greensboro l.Vl Wells. Mildred King. Rt. 2. Box 4. Murohv 1.30 West. Emma Fave, 5.08 Harding Ave.. Kinston 137 West, Joyce, 1319 Princess St., Wilmin ' on 110. 1 0 Westmoreland. Barbara Carol. 309 Spring St.. Thomasville 131 Westmoreland. Katherine Elizabeth. Rt. 1, Rural Hall -_135 Westmoreland. Martha. Tabor City 131 Whaley. Sarah. Rt. 2. Box 270-A Kinston -144 Wheatley. Parmelia Sarah. 306 Windsor Dr., Wilmington 144 Whedbee. Norma Teresa. 113 Lake Dr., Greensboro 138 Wheeler. Jean. 701 South St.. Gastonia 131 Wheeless, Helen Tavlor. Rt. 2. Smithfield — Whelan. Marv McKinnon. 3600 S. St.. N. W., Washington. D. C. — 134 Wheless, Annie Duke, Louisburg 110 Whitaker, Elizabeth Rose, 36 Stanley Ave., Orangeburg, S. C. 134 Whitcomb, Jean, 438 S. Mendenhall St.. Greensboro 131 White, Ann Spencer, Hillcrest Dr.. Lexington 87 Page No. White, C. Anne, 215 Vance St., Lenoir 131 While, Bacbara, Friendly Rd., Guilford College 110 White, Dorothy Gay, 7 East Lane St.. Raleigh 110 White, Josie Marie, 211 W. Queen St., Edcnton -. 110 White, Marjorie Rebecca, Ul. 1, Belvidcre 131 White, Mary Ann, Friendly Rd.. Guil ' ord College 110 White, Sarah C, 832 S. Main St.. WinstonSalem 144 White. Sarah Jane. 913 Melrose St., Winston-Salem 30, 110, 162. 163, 174 Whitener, Jean, 614 Deal Ave.. Newton 110 Whitfield, Mary Leah, 310 Carona St.. Winson-Salem - Whitfield, Ruth Virginia, Rt. 1. Garland 110 Whitley. Elmira. North Main St.. Raeford 131 Whitley, Marjorie, Rt. 1, Smithfield 87. 176 Whitney. Norma. 602 Banner Ave.. Winston-Salem 110 Whittenton. Elizabeth. 1001 N. McKay Ave.. Dunn 110 WiHong. Wilma. 1908 N. 15th St.. Hickory 110 Wilhide. Catherine Laura. Box N. Andrews 110 Wilkerson, Margaret Daniel. 421 N. Elm St., Greensboro .JS Wilkinson, Carolyn. Nelson, Va. 131 Wilkinson, Ella Virginia, Box 222, Wake Forest 86, 196 Will, Jeanne. 2116 Kalorama Rd.. Washington. D. C. -86. 164 Willard. Charlotte Elizabeth. St. George. S. C 131, 156 Willard, Hope, 208 Maupin Ave., Salisbury - 86, 160 Willcox, Cora Grandy. 409 W. , ash St., Wilson 144 Williams. Birshal B.. Autryville 110 Williams. Dorothy Alston. 8CM Sunset Dr.. Greensboro — Williams. Frances Garland. 50 Albemarle Rd.. Asheville -87 Williams. Gay, 1872 Meadowbrook Dr., Winslon-.Salcm —131 Wdliams, Grace Carter. Yadkinville _ Williams, Jean Elizabeth. 512 Johnson St. New Bern 131, 135 Williams, Jean M.. 505 Albemarle St., Blueficld. W. Va - Williams. Marjorie Dean. Rt. 3. Box 338, Kinston 134 Williams, Mary Kathryn, Rt. 1, Cleveland S7 Williams, Mary Sue, Wilkesboro — 88 Williams, Nell. Rt. 1. Monroe .110 Williams. Patsy. 1503 Lindell Rd.. Greensboro 152 Williams, Sally Ruth, VV Montlieu Ave.. Thomasville 88 Williams. Sarah Anna. 1000 W. Vance St.. Wil«on 135 Williams. Sara Marguerite. 891 N. Harrison St.. Arhngton. Va. us Williams. Shirley Eudora. 1518 Claremont Richmond. Va. 137 Williamson. Margaret Alice. 632 Oaklawn Ave.. Winston-Salem _ WilHams. Mildred H.. 211 Morven Rd., Wadesbcro -.1— Willoughby, Marie. 525 W. Main St.. Ahoskie — Wills. Anna. Mclver St.. Greensboro _ - Wilson. Alice Faye. Box 323. Kernersville 136 Wilson, Amelia Carrie. Welch Cave - Wilson. June Anna. Rt. 4, Box 206. High Point 137 Wilson. Mabel, Angier _ _ 131 Wilson. Margaret. 414 N. Pope St., Dunn .110 Wilson, Mary. Rt. 2. Asheville 88 Wilson. Mary Ruth. Guil ' ord College 110 WiLson. Miriam E.. 2419 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 88 Wilson. Virginia Lee. Nebo ._ 8t Winecoff. Elizabeth LaRue. 416 N. Cedar St.. Greensboro 131 Wingfield. Sallie Vest. Rt. 2. Charlottesville. Va 131 Winstead. Louise Marie. Box 11, Elm City 134 Winston, Frances Berkeley, 1407 Confederate Ave., Richmond. Va ..HO Wise. Martin Louise. 2201 Sarah Marks Ave.. Charlotte 131 Wise. Phyllis Marguerite. Stumpy Point ...131 Witmer. Harriet LaVerne. 508 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 135 Witter, Betty. 834 Jersey Ave., WinstonSalem, N. C 88 Wolfe, Betty. 1040 E. Main St.. Albemarle 110 Wolfe. Frances Lee. Fort Robinson. Neb. 29, 31. fS. 171 Wolfe. Lucy. State Road 88. 1.56. 170 Woltz. Elinor Spotswood. 516 E. Jones St.. Raleigh 131. 164 Womack. Susan Ann. 285 Lindsey St., Reidsville 29. 30, 32. 110, 201 Wood, Carolyn, Cleveland, Dillon. S. C 131 Wood. Katherine. 314 Jackson. Roanoke Rapids 30, 88, 175 Wood. Virginia Toxey. 108 South Road St.. Ehzabeth City — Woodall. Frances Willard. 2802 Everett Ave.. Raleigh 136. 165 Woodard. Reba Christine. Laurel Hill 131 Woodhull, Sarah Ann. 1618 W. North St., Bethlehem. Pa. 131. 164 Woodward. Elizabeth Ruth. 729 Wood St., Statesville 134 Woodworth, Naomi, 30 Mt. Vernon Ave., Bn Ma .1.35 Wooten. Anne McRae. Chadbourn Wooten. Jessie Moseley. 37 Lincoln Ave.. Asheville 88. 154. 157 Wooten. Emma Plummer. R. F. D.. Hookerton .88 Worley. Iris Christine. 506 W. Anderson. Selma - 131 Worrell. Fr ances. Box 605. Erwin - Worsley. Rebecca. Oak City - 110. 162 Worthington. Mary. Grifton 131 Wray. (Kitty) Kathleen. 304 N. Morgan St., Shelby 137 Wright, Betty. 18 Rose Ave.. Douglasville, Ga ..88 Wright. Betty Louise. Rt. 7. Greensboro 144 Wright. Harriet Ahce. P. O. Box 505, Black Mountain . 88 Wright. Virginia. Guilford College -110 Wyche, Jane. 49 Pigeon St.. Waynesville HI Wylie, Phyllis. 211 Pleasant St.. Spindale -.131 -Y— Yarborough. Esther Marie. 2301 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 110 Yelverton. Frances. Rt. 2. Stantonsburg ..131 York. Georgia Dale. Rt. 3. Tabernacle Rd.. Greensboro — Young, Barbara L.. 709 Webster . ve.. Portsmouth. Va. -.137 Young. Kathryn. 1787 Ft. Bragg Rd.. Fayetteville 131 Young, Marian A.. 916 W. Cabarrus St.. Raleigh 110, 154 Young, Mary, Angier 88, 165 Young, Millicent Rose, Jamestown — Young. Peggy Jane. 1110 North Gregson St.. Durham 144 Young. Shirley Joan. 1725 Country Club Prado. Coral Gables 34. Fla. .135 Yarborough, Mary Covington, 1609 Pugh, Fayetteville — Yuder, Phyllis Nan, 9Q2 E. 9th St., Brooklyn 30, N. Y. ....135 — Z— Rose, no N. Main St.. Salisbury 110. 162. 164 239 FACULTY DIRECTORY Name Residence — A— Abbott, Alice K -— 1909 Madison Ave. Adims. Charles M 315 South Chapman Street Adam=. Maude L. Apt. 3, 31754 Tate Street Adams. (Mrs.) May L. _ 2607 Beechwood Street Alexander, Louise B. 802 Twickenham Drive Altvater, H. Hugh - — 1205 Madison Ave. Andrews (Mrs.) Gozeal H. Kirkland Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Anthony Hallie ___ P. O. Box 105, Greensboro Arundel, Dr. Edna -- 1027 Spring Garden Street Atkins, Louise 620 Asheboro Street Atkisson, (Mrs.) Claire H. 209 Elmwood Drive — B— Bardolph. Dr. Richard ' . 314 Mclver Street Barklev, Dr. Key L. 109 Mclver Street Barksdale, Susan -- Route 7, Friendly Road Barney. Dr. Winfield S. 204 Tate Street Barrow, Elva E. Apt. .i, 1027 Spring Garden Street Barton, Dr. Helen Apt. 1, 1027 Spring Garden Street Barton, (Mrs.) Margaret K. 930 Walker Avenue Barwick, Mary Ehzabeth __ — _ 217 Kensington Road Bearaan, Charlotte Anne — -- 307 Tate Street Bennett. Esther 1027 Spring Garden Street Bleick, Frances A, _. 308 Tate Street Bloch (Mrs.) Ann H. Rt, 1, Box 152, Greensboro Booker, Elizabeth - ST Rankin Street Bosley. Dr. Bertlyn 504 Lake Drive Boyd, Catherine E. — 501 South Aycock Street Bridgers. Dr. John E., Jr. _ 1412 West Lake Drive Burns, Helen 917 Carr Street Burroughs, Ada Elizabeth 504 South Mendenhall Street Bush, Dr. May D. 1850 North Elm Street Butler, Ethel V. 119 East Smith Street Byrd, Clara B. 2016 Walker Avenue Campbell, Orville B. 117 North Cedar Street Carlsson, Dr. Victoria — 130 Tate Street Chichester, William Taylor - 123 Tate Street Clement, Dorothy Lee — — Cotten Hall Clutts, O. P, 304 South Chapman Street Coldwell, Inez - 218K Tate Street Coleman, Mary Channing 1026 West Market Street Coley, Alma - 619 Fifth Avenue Coley, V. Margaret 619 Fifth Avenue Collings. Dr. Ruth M. 203 South Tremont Drive Coraetti, Dr, Elizabeth 500 Adams Street Conroy, Margaret Frances 218 Tate Street Courtney, John E. 307 North Elam Avenue Coward, Gertrude 1107 West Market Street Cowling, Elizabeth 907 Courtland Coxe, Agnes N. Apt. B-6, Winburn Court. Tate Street Craddock. Emmie Winfield Hall Crosman. (Mrs.) Edith S 441 McAdoo Avenue Cunningham. Lillian Jamison Hall. W.C.U.N.C. Cutler. Ethel R. 320 South Mendenhall Street Cutting. Helen F. 1015 Guilford Avenue -D— Dalrymple. Ruth Infirmary. W.C.U.N.C. Davis. Dorothy _. 102 Homewood Avenue Dawley, Dr. Charlotte W, Winburn Court, Tate Street Dean, (Mrs.) Evon W. Colfax, N, C. Denneen, Marie B Apt, 8, 309 Mclver Street DeVeny, William C. 1317 Fairmont Street DeVinny. Margaret C. 322 South Mendenhall Street Dickieson. George W. 113 Mclver Street Draper. Bernice E 1908 Walker Avenue Duffy. Dr. Elizabeth __ 1412 West Lake Drive Dunn. J. Arthur _. 213 Wilson Street — E— Edwards. (Mrs.) Flora W. __ Guilford College. N. (. ' , Edwards. Margaret M 2505 Camden Road Elliotf. Dr. Harriet W. 316 Mclver Street Elmore. Lucy Dunn 217 Kensington Road England, Kathryn McA. ._ 406 Lake Drive Escajeda, Josefina 1025 Spring Garden Street Farinholt. Virginia Christian 1003 Fairmont Ferrell. Mary Lois 610 Joyner Street Fitch, Lois 421 North Edgeworth Street Fitzgerald. Mary 308 South Avcock Street Fitzgerald. Ruth 308 South Aycock Street Flintom. Margaret 309 Mclver Street Forney. Edna A. 504 Lake Drive Forney. E. J. - 504 Lake Drive Fowler, Evelyn _. 1027 Spring Garden Street Friedlaender, Dr. Marc .. Kemp Road West. Hamilton Lakes Funderhurk. (Mrs.) Annie B 1617 S. College Park Drive Gangstad. Dr. Virginia __ 7 Springdale Court Garner, Maxine Shaw Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Gentry, Emily 321 Mclver Street Givler, John Paul 1209 West Market Street Gordon, Mary Lois Apt. 5, 301 Mclver Street Gould. Mildred K. 132 Mclver Street Gove. Dr. Anna M. 517 Highland Avenue Gray. Dr. Cora E. 423 Tate Street Greene. Margaret Dixie Apts. No. 301. Bellemeade Street Name Residence Gregory. Dr. Paul M 1109 West Market Street Griffin. Ellen _. _ _ 102 Homewood Griffin, Lucile S. North Spencer Annex A Grogan, lone H. Coit Hall W.C.U.N.C. Gullander, Magnhilde _ — - .502 Forest Avenue Gunter, Ruth Apt. C-3, 2 ' i Tate Street Gylet, Mary Randolph 1111 West Market Street — H- Hall, Alonzo C. 206 Tate Street Hall, Earl H. 101 Westover Terrace Hancock, Faye - _— 7 Springdale Court Hardaway, Mathilde 1011 Spring Garden Street Hardin, Noma 321 Mclver Street Hardre. Rene 2512 Walker Avenue Harpster, Dr. Hilda T. .W6 Lake Drive Harrell. Mary 110 College Place Harris. Mildred 5 Springdale Court Hartman. (Mrs.) Ruth Thayer Harwood, Edith 1027 Spring Garden Street Hathaway. Elizabeth 1006 Courtland Street Hawkins. (Mrs.) Kathleen P. 2211 Sherwood Street Hege. Josephine Apt. 2. 317 Tate Street Henry. Abbie Fay 615 Joyner Street Herbert, Dorothy O — 128 Tate Street Highsmith, Dr. j. A. Rt. 1, Box 152, Greensboro Hill, Lois K. __ 1111 West Market Street Hodgin. Mary Catherine 672 South Cedar Street Holloway, Birdie H. 506 Lake Drive Hood, Marjorie 312 Mclver Street Hooke, Dr. Malcolm K. 1002 Fairmont Street Homey, Mary Betty 503 South Aycock Street Horton, Olive S. Mary Foust Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Howell. Evelyn L. __ 1201 West Market Street Hoyle. Melba __ 1107 West Market Street Huffman, Edith 1107 West Market Street Hughes. Annie Hendon 211 Ashe Street Hunter. Eugenia 110 College Place Hunter. Mrs. J. S. Gray Hall. W.C.U.N.C. Hunter. (Mrs.) Mary Alford 322 South Mendenhall Street Hurley. Dr. Leonard B. 2304 West Market Street Hussey. (Mrs.) Minnie M. 932 Carr Street — I— Inghram. (Mrs.) Florence B South Spencer HaH, W.C. Ingraham. Helen Apt. 4, 317! Tate Street Ivy, Gregory D. Rt. 2, Box 241 B, Greensboro -J- Jackson, Dr. W. C. 1102 Spring Garden Street Jamison. Minnie L. 502 Forest Street Jastrow. Dr. Elizabeth _.. 1027 Spring Garden Street Jernigan. Dr. Charlton C. 116 East Avondale Jessup. Ruth Bowman __ Rt. 2, Box 248, Greensboro .Johns, C. D. 209 South Chapman Street Johnson, Glenn R Box 1142, Friendly Road Johnson. Margaret 1107 West Market Street Joyce. George M. 406 ' ,;. Forest Avenue -K— Kehoe, (Mrs.) Cathryne B. .503! - South Aycock Street Keister. Dr. Albert S. ._ 1617 South College Park Drive Kimmel. Dr. Herbert 2426 Camden Road Kreimeier, Anna M. - _.,300 i Tate Street -L- Lael, (Mrs.) Frances R. 1300 West Market Street Laird, Jessie C. 504 Forest Avenue Landry, (Mrs.) Sarah Power 841 West Market Street Largent. Vera 310 Mclver Street LaRochelle. Augustine 313 Tate Street Lee. Ruth Albertine 30? Denny Street. High Point Leonard. Marjorie 102 Homewood Avenue Lewis, Anne L __ 921 Spring Garden Street Lindley, Evelyn _. 1107 West Market Street Lindsey, Marietta K, 14 Springdale Court Lindsey. V. E. _... 4 ' -4 Shcrrill Street Little john. Vance T 1211 West Market Street Lockhart. John C. Apt. A-1, Winburn Court. Tate Street Logan. William B. Route 7. Box 397A. Friendly Road Love. Lila Belle 500 Adams Street Lowe. Frances Somers 1027 Spring Garden Street Lowe, Louise 1003 Fairmont Street — M- McCartha, Carl W. 1718 Madison Avenue McNutt. Dr. Franklin H. Route 6. Box 156C, Greensboro Malone, Hilda 404 Aycock Street Marble, Dr. Guita Apt. 1, 701 North Greene Street Martin, Evelyn New Guilford Hall Martus, Ethel L. 102 Homewood Avenue Mason, Margaret 321 Mclver Street Mehaffie, Harriett — -Wl Mclver Street Miller. Dr. Meta Helena 1908 Walker Avenue Minor. Alleine R. 610 Joyner Street Montague. Patsy 129 Tate Street Moomaw. Virginia G. 400 South Aycock Street Moore. (Mrs.) Janice H. _.- 505 South Aycock Street Moore. Martha _. _._ 1111 West Market Street Moore. Mary Taylor 406 Lake Drive More. Grace Van Dyke 5 Springdale Court Morgan, Phillip 101 North Mendenhall Street Morgan, (Mrs.) Inga Borgstrom .__ 101 N, Mendenhall Street Morton, Martha R, Bailey Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Mossman. Mcreb E. -._ ia " 6 Courtland Moxley. Helen North Spencer, W.C.U.N.C. Murchison, Barbara 900 Elwell Avenue — P- Painter. James 935 Carr Street Painter. Mrs.) Kathleen S. 935 Carr Street Park. Herbert W Box 188, Route 7, Greensboro Peden, Jessie 700 Cypress Street Petty, Mary M. 211 Ashe Street Penn, Ellen 1609 Walker Avenue Pfaff, Dr. Eugene E. 319 Mclver Street Phillips, CTharles W. 210 South Tremont Drive Phillips, Dr. Coy T — 308 Tate Street Pickard, Helen Lee __ 402 South Aycock Street Playfoot. Viva M Apt. 2, 1027 Spring Garden Street Potter, (Mrs.) Jeannette R. - Apt, 4. lOIl Spring Garden Street Powell, Mrs. Gilbert 1140 Cornwalhs Drive Powell, Virginia Mae North Spencer Hall, W. C. Pritchett. Theda 216 Kensington Road Prondecki, Elvira L. North Spencer, W.C.U.N.C. z, Diana R __ 508 Jefferson Street Raulins, Nancy Rebecca 424 Forest Avenue Rawls. Margaret Elizabeth 404 South Aycock Street Reardon. Dr. Anna Joyce Apt. 2. 335 Mclver Street Reger. Anna __ 919 Spring Garden Street Rethlingshafer. Dr. Dorothy 1821 Walker Avenue Rivers. (Mrs.) Olivia Burnett - 402 South Mendenhall Street Robinson, (Mrs.) Eloisc T 409 Woodlawn Roesel. Dorothy M. ._ 129 Tate Street Rosa. (Mrs.) Bess N. 300 Warren Street Rowley, . bigail E. Apt. 2, 1027 Spring Garden Street Ryan. Alice J. Apt. A-6. 203 Tate Street -S- Sampson, Elizabeth 515 Jefferson Street Schaeffer, Florence L. — 203 Tate Street Schecter. (Mrs.) Margaret N. .. 614 South Mendenhall Street Schoch. Caroline B _ 114 South Mendenhall Street Seawell. Mary Robert 504 Forest Street Shafer. Ruthe _. 415 West Gaston Street Shaftesbury. Dr. Archie D. .- 315 Tate Street Shamhurger. Anne 517 Highland Avenue Shaver, Ruth A Apt. C-1, Winburn Court. Tate Street Shivers. Dr. Lyda Gordon __ 1006 Courtland Street Sievers, Allen M. 109 Mclver Street Siler, Mary Lane 124 North Spencer, W.C.U.N.C. Sink. J. M 905 Fairmont Street Smith. (Mrs.) Dee Roberts ___ Infirmary. W.C.U.N.C. Smith. John Aaron _ __ _... 400 South Aycock Street Soles. Myrtle - 907 Magnolia Street Spivey. G. Callaway _ Apt. 4. 335 Mclver Street Spruill. Patty 5 Springdale Court Staton. Cora Jane ___ Infirmary, W.C.U.N.C. Stephens. Dr. Anna O. 1025 Spring Garden Street Steunenberg. (Mrs.) Edith 948 Walker Avenue Street, (Mrs.) Madeleine B, 1003 Fairmont Street Strong, Cornelia 109 Adams Street Summerell, Jane 6 ,Joyner Street Surratt, (Mrs.) Helen K. Frankhn Boulevard Swanson. Mabel N. North Spencer Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Swecker. Zoe 303 South Mendenhall Street — T— Taylor. Eleanor Ross 1204 West Market Street Tavlor. Katherine Weil Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Taylor. Peter Hillsman _ 1204 West Market Street Taylor. William Raymond - 612 Joyner Street Tennent. Mary A. 123 Mclver Street Thayer. Sanchia 109 Mclver Street Thiel, Dr. Albert F. 116 Mclver Street Thompson, George M — 307 North Elam Avenue Thrush. Helen 1507 i Madison Avenue Tillett. Nettie Sue B-3 Winburn Court. Tate Street Trumper. Virginia 515 Jefferson Street Turbiville, Mary __ Infirmary, W.C.U.N.C. Turner, Louise 510 Tate Street — W— Walker, Augusta 1406 West Market Street Watkins, Emily Holmes 1027 Spring Garden Street Watson, Marion M. - 129 Tate Street Webb, (Mrs.) Gertrude Grimes - Woman ' s Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Weisgarber, Elliot 1008 Walker Avenue Wellman, Dr. Rowena 1027 Spring Garden Street West, (Mrs.) Margaret Stoker ... Hinshaw Hall, W.C.U.N.C. Whitlock. ' V. Louise 224 South Mendenhall Street Willard. (Mrs.) Winnifred R. 2605 Springwood Drive Williams, Edna - Infirmary Williams, Mary Katharina 615 Joyner Street Williams, Maude 921 Spring Garden Street Williams, Sue Vernon _ Apt. 1. 329 Mclver Street Wilson. George P. 1813 KoHing Road Winfrey. Elnora 129 South Mendenhall Street Wolfe. Eleanor V. 308 Tate Street Wooten, Esther - 510 Tate Street Wright, (Mrs.) Toramie Lou - — - 2629 Walker Avenue ♦240


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