North Carolina Newspapers

    Four
MEREDITH GBADUATES
OBTAIN POSITONS
(Continued from page one)
teaching Art at Atlantic
Cliristian College in Wilson.
Ruby Johnson of Scotland
Neck is teaching at Kuightdale.
Elizabeth Byrd of Hamlet is
teaching Piano in Plamlet.
Mary Henley of Raloigli is at
home.
Janice Saunders of Ijcwiston
is attending scliool at Chowan
College.
Nellie Norris of Gastonia
taught Art in Wake Forest sum
mer school and is now teaching
Art in Raleigh.
Margaret Peacock of Benson
is now Mrs. Herbert Kendrick.
Rosalie Morrow of Mount
Ulla is teaching at Franklin,
N. C.
Mar}f Lee of Florence, S. C.,
last year’s Student Body pres
ident is now the h*ead of the
Music Department at Boiling
Springs Junior College.
Elma Currin of Hendei-son,
Astro cheer leader is teaching
near Raleigh.
Mary Elizabetli Elam of
King’s Mountain is teaching in
Marion.
Lucy Glenn Gill of Raleigh
is teaching in Aberdeen.
Bessie Stevenson is teaching at
her home in Greensboro, Mary
land.
Mary Agnes Lattimore of
Lattimore is staying at home.
Edith Griffin, formerly of
Spring Hojdo, is now living in
Raleigli and is to teach in
Bennemire.
Elizabeth Dunn of Raleiffh is
at home this yea}’.
Hallie I\Iac Rollins of Marsh-
ville is now Mrs. Allen Griffin
of Raleigh.
Ruth Kennedy of Raleigh is
now Mrs. Jacob C. jNIyers of
liOng Bcach, California.
^fargaret PLaynes of Clift'side
is siaying at home tliis fall.
Kli/a[)C'tli and sEleanor Lay-
field of Ualeigh arc at home this
fall.
Clu'i.stiiie Johnson nf Asheville
is also at home this year.
(iuynolle Hhiton, the ’32
-Vstro leader from Chivtoji, is
now teaching nuisif at Bcll.s.
Lih 'riiorntoii of Dunn is
.staying at iioine.
\’e]nia Weljb president of tiie
Athletic xVssociation hist year is
teacliing iii Winston-Salem.
AUce McKetti-ick of Mount-
villo is teaching near Saluda,
S. C.
^Vnne i\Iiller of Ail)cmaj-le is
at home.
Slary Frances Underwood of
Sanfoj'd is at bome.
Cbai-lotte Makepeace of
Sanford is teaching in Hillsboro.
Harriet Marden of Hertford
is attending William and Mai v
C.'ollege.
Racliel Marshburn of Rocky
Mount is liolding a position in
Carthage.
T.ottie Belle Myers, the Phi
THE TWIG
President of Monroe is teaching
in Benton Heights.
Kathleen Young of Shelby is
teaching in Shelby.
Mary Elizabeth Stevens of
High Point is in Texas studying
at Tlie South Western Theologi
cal Seminary and is also acting
as secretary to the Librarian.
Lucille Miller of Richfield is
at home.
Frances Sorrell of Cary is at
Duke University.
l’'annic Gilliam of Statesville
is teaching at Pinnacle.
Lucille Johnson of Raleigh is
teaching piano in Raleigh.
Alice Beddingfield of Mill-
brook is at home.
Namiie Seymore of Raleigh is
at liome.
Mary Kemp of Zebulon is in
school at Carohna.
Jessie Faye Greene of Aulan-
der is at home.
Arline Daniel of Pleasant Hill
is at home.
Pearl Williams of Garner is
teaching at Orrum.
Lina Lee Spence of Raleigh
is taking a business course in
Raleigh.
Elizabeth Hester of Goldston
is at home.
Gertrude Carson of Taylors
ville is teaching at High Point.
Norma Smith of Pilot Moun
tain is at home.
Minwal Cates of Burlington
is teaching at Orrum.
Lurhne Bass of Farmville is
at home.
October 1, 1932
Thirteen Officers
Elected Saturday
Several new officers have been
elected in thd various campus
organizatiojis. These girls arc
filling offices which were left
vacant by the officers who M’ere
elected last spring but did not
i-cturn to school this year.
Frances McManus Jias been
elected Vice House President of
Sti-ingfield Hall.
Helen Bennett has been
elected general secretary of
B. Y. P. U., and Mary Florence,
Cunnnings, secretary of
Y. W. A.
Elizabeth Poplin is new Photo
Editor, Gwennie Crowder, new
Business Manager, and Mar
garet Tilghman, new Junior
Editor of the Oalc Leaves staff.
Virginia Farris lias been
elected assistant business mana
ger of the Acorn, and Loretta
Nichols, cii'culation manager.
Mary Allyn Lewis is secretary
III ICIIIItlllltllllllllll III III III III Itl II Hill IIIMII III Itllllll Hill ItlllKI III linilll Hill im:-
OLD ROSE
TEA ROOM
I The place ^vhere you can get
I MOTHER’S COOKING
I served in a cozy room with the
I home atmosphere
I 128 West Hargett Street
I MODERATE PRICES
Illl I Ill Illlllllhi
HOWDY!
Meredith Girls
The CALLY Welcomes
you to the College
Girls' hangout
CALIFORNIA FRUIT STORE
SODAS and LUNCHES
FAYETTEVILIB STREET
TA YLOR’S
NOW OFFER THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENTS OF
DRESSES $5.95 UP
SUITS $9.85 UP
COATS $14,75 UP
BE SURE AND SHOP TAYLOR'S BEFORE
MAKING YOUR FALL
SELECTIONS
WELCOME FACULTY AND STUDENTS
To
POOLE’S BEAUTY SHOPPE
For the best in Permanent Waving, Finger Waving, Marceling
and all branches of Beauly Culture, Including Expert
Hair Cutting done by Operators and Barbers
witli years of experience. Prices reasonable
Permanent Waves ^^3.00 to $7.50
Shampoo and Finger Waves 75 cents
204 Fayetteville Street’
Phone 3165
WELCOME
to the
WAKE
on Fayetteville Street
THIS COUPON AMD
10c
WX1.L ADMIT YOU ANY TIME
The
Adoration of every
CO-ED
Dresses
FROM
MY SHOP
$5.00 , Coots $10.00
of the Athletic Association, and
Virginia Scott is treasurer.
Nancy McDaniel has been
elected Chief Marshal of the
Philaretian Literary Society,
and IMiriam Brady has been
clectcd Secretary of the Astro-
tckton Literary Society.
Mary Laura Vaughan was
clectcd i-o2)ortcr of the Twig.
HORSEBACK RIDING
TENNIS - GOLF
SELECT YOUR
OUTFIT AT THIS STORE
Special Prices to Students
Lewis Sporting Goods Co.
112 W. Hargett Street
BE ON TIME?
Keep your watch in good repair.
Our competent repair department is
ready to serve you.
m
JCWCURS SItVKMMttMS DUMOM» imftTS
nmron
JEWELRY HEADQUARTERS
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN’
CRANFORD'S BEAUTY SALON
offers a Shampoo and a Finger Wave to collegc girls for 50c
233 South Sahsbury Street
Experienced Operatorsp
“STATIONERY” KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
Memory Books, Albums, Poems, Loose Leaf Books, Fountain Pens
JAMES E. THIEM 125 Fayetteville St. Phone 135
RALEIGH, N. C.
J. C. BRANTLEY, Druggist
AGENT for
ELIZABETH ARDEN’S TOILET PREPARATIONS
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT OUR FOUNTAIN
WELCOME!
MEREDITH STUDENTS
Jeans
So appreciative are we of the patronage
that %ve have always enjoyed from
Meredith Students that we wish to ex
tend a wholehearted welcome to each
and all of you to make Jeans your up*
town headquarters while in Raleigh,
this season.
Fall and 1^32 are especially fine fashion
seasons for College Girls. The Victorian trend in
styles lends poise and dignity while Jeans adapta
tions of the current mode bring out the modem
dash—so desired.
Prices are extremely low
- for such high Quality
yiSI'I JEANS’ FASHION SHOW-Mon-
day ©Tenlng, September 19th—I’lie latest
Myles will bo displayed by Italelgli’s
Suartcst Dressed Girls aeting as models.
116 FayetteTlIle Street
    

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