WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934.
SALEM COLLEGE CELEBRATES MAY DAY
MISS MILDRED HANES
The pageant to be presented
this afternoon is in lionor of the
crowning of Miss Mldred Hanes,
as the May Queen of Salem Col
lege for 1934. Miss Hanes is the
beautiful daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Hanes, of Pine Hall.
North Carolina. She is a member
of the class of ’34. Having been
a maid in the May Court every
year she has been at Salem, Miss
Hanes was elected by popular vote
last fall to be May Queen.
MISS GRACE POLLOCK
MAID OF HONOR
Assisting Miss Hanes in ruling
over the festivities of this May
Day, is her Maid of Honor, Miss
Grace Pollock, who was also sel
ected last fall by the student body
of Salem College. Miss Pollock
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G. R. Pollock, of Kinston, North
ATTENDANTS TO MAY QUEEN
The twelve girls pictured above were selected by a popular vote of the student body to serve as attendents to Salem’s May Queen of 1934, Miss Mildred
Hanes, and her maid of honor, Miss Grace Pollock. Reading from left to right they are; Top row: Miss Cortlandt Preston, Washington, D. C.; Miss Hilda Wall ,
Penn, Winston-Salem, N. C.; Miss Mary Brown, Martinsville, Virginia; Miss Lucy James, Greenville, N. C. Second row. Miss Phyllis Clapp, Winston-Salem; Miss
Garnelle Rainey, Salisbury; Miss Elois Padrick, Fort Pierce, Florida; Miss Beverly Little, Ansonville, N. C. Bottom row. Miss Ruth McLeod, Maxton; Miss
Marguerite Goodman, Macon,' Georgia; Miss Miriam Stevenson, Salisbury; and Miss Mary Lou Kerr, Winston-Salem.
Miss Preston is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Preston. She is a member of the class of ’35, and has served as chairman of the Pageant Com
mittee for this May Day Celebration. Miss Preston’s dress is powder blue and she is marching with Miss Lucy James, a sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. James. >
Miss Penn is the daughter of Mn and Mrs. H. L. Penn and is a member of the Freshman Class. Miss Penn is wearing yellow, is marching with Miss
Ruth McLeod, a senior, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McLeod.
Miss Clapp, a sophomore, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Clapp. Her dress is aquamarine blue, and her partner is Miss Garnelle Rainey, also a (
sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Rainey. ’
Miss Little, daughter of Mrs. C. F. Harris, is a member of the class of ’37, having been president of her class for the past year. Miss Little’s dress
is pink. She is marching with Miss Marguerite Goodman, a Freshman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Goodman.
Miss Stevenson, a member of the class of ’34, has served as Chairman of all the May Day Committees, and is much to be commended upon the efficient
way in which she handled the preparations for this celebration. She somehow managed to keep all the various chairmen of her different committees in touch with
each other and working in cooperation with her, which is an enormous task for one girl. Standing on the steps in her green dress, she may look to the audience
like just a beautiful girl, but to those who have worked under her and with her she is a good boss, a quiet worker, and an excellent financial manager. Miss
Stevenson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stevenson. Her partner in green is Miss Mary Lou Kerr, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Kerr. Miss'Kerr
is a senior, and has served on the committee which arranged for the making of the dresses for the attendants.
These dresses were originally designed by the Dress Committee and were made by Madame Hancock of Winston-Salem. "
start tnree years, has been a memhpr I