MEKICDITH COLLEGE, llALEIGII, N. C., OCTOBER 21, VXV.i
Will Sponsor Stunt Night
On November Fourth
Plans Are Being Made to Present
Twentieth Annuol Stunt Night
Two Weeks From Today
STATEB.S.U.CONFERENCEWILLMEET ; Executive Council of N. C.
AT CAMPBELL COLLEGE, 0CT0BER27-29
Meets at Duke
On Saturday night, November 4, the
twentieth animal stunt night will he
sponsnred by the Woinaii'B Athletic
Association under the direction of
Ruth McCoui'ry, president of the
W. A. A.
Stunt night was first lielcl In 1913
and the idea has grartualiy grown since
then. Each of the four classes pre
sents a stunt which Is judged in com*
parlson with the others on three
ixilnts: originality, presentation, and
tho time limit, which is thirty
minutes. The class that presents the
stunt which Is judged to be the best
on these points receives a silver cup.
On Stunt Night, October, 1930, the
Senior class received the eup, while
In 1D31 and 1932 the class oC '34 re
ceived it. All fonr classes are work
ing hard to present the winning stunt,
Glee Club Officers
Elected for Year
At the /Irat rehearsal and meeting
oil tho Glee Club, Tuesday aCteruoon,
October 10, the election of officers for
this year was held. The following of
ficers were elected:
Tronsnror-- Catherine Farrif).
Miss ]fitiioi Rowland, who Is director
of tl)e Glee Club, announced that the
weelly rehearsals i)f the club would
prnl)ably be held on Tuesday, until
further plans could he made to have
them on the regular day, Kriday. She
also announced that the annual cnn
ccrt will not be fiiven until after Christ
mas tills yeai-.
J. Winston* Pkaik.>:
J. Winston Pearce of Louisburg, Senior at Wake Forest College, Will
Preside; Morguertte Warren of Dunn, Senior at Meredith
Will Act As Secretary
Last Yeor's Seniors
Are Now Teaching
In addition to tho.se graduates who
are now teaching and whose names were
in the last edition of Tun Twio, Hr.
Tyner has found that the following |
have received appointments for the year |
Evelyn Byrd—^Warsaw High School,
Warsaw, N, C.
Catherine Hawkins—^Harris Graded
School, Harris, N. C.
Mary Mull — Movganton Graded
School, Morganton, N. C.
Mary Oillis—Canton Graded School,
Canton, N. C.
Elizabeth Harris — Conway High
School, Conway, N. C.
Sue Hord—Beth-Ware High School.
Kings Mountain, N. C.
Martha Castlobury—Millbrook High
School, Millbrook, N. C,
Pauline Barber, Mt. Airy High School.'
Mt. Airy, N. C. j
Nancy Blanton — Nowland Highj
School, Newlniul, N. C.
Josephine Broadwell — LaFayotte
High School, Kipling, N. C.
Nonna Lee Phelps—Windsor High
School, Windsor, N. C.
Mildred Taylor—Pleasant Gardens
High School, Marion, N. 0.
Margaret Briggs—Apex HIgU School,
Apex. N. C.
Ruth Johnson — Fmnklin High
School, Mt. Airy, N. C.
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J, Winston Pearco, State B. S. XT.
president, states that the State
iJ. S, U. Convention will be held at
Campbell College, October 27-29. The
program for this convention is to be
one of the most interesting ever been
given in the State, Heading the list
of speakers Is Dr. S. D. Gordon, He
Is to give one of his “Quiet Talks” for
the devotional period every day.
Another outstanding .speaker is Dr.
Lewis 1). Newton, who is pastor ot
Druid Hill’s Baptist Church In Atlanta.'
Dr. Charles B. Madry, executive secre-j
tary of tho Foreign Mission board, will,
address the conference at one session.
Dr. .T. P. Poole of Pnrnian University
is also scheduled to appear on the
program. Miss Pearl Bourne, south-
wide young people’s lender from
Birmingham, Ahiljama, will also be at
the convention. Besides tliese out
standing southwido workers, there will
be a group of stnte workers on
the program. The list Includes:
Miss Winnie Rlckctt, Miss Cleo Mit-'
cheil. Miss Luclle Knight, Miss lua-
belle Coleman, aud Mr, Perry Morgan.
Meredith students will furnish
special music at the convention, and
win also present a pageant Saturday
night. Several Ridgecrest features
are to be given at Campbell. Miss
Inabelle Coleman of Greensboro w’ill
liave charge of the camp fire services.
Meals will be served in the now
college dining hall. During the meals
there will he college songs, yells, and
Delegates from various colleges all
over the State meet together at these
conventions to receive inspiration and
to exchange helpful ideas. The delega
tion from Merudith is limited to fifty.
All girls interested in going please see
Miss Knight immediately.
I Meredith S. G. President Is Secretary
of Federotion for the Year
! The ExGcntivG Couiicil of the North
; Carolina Student Federation met at
.Duke University on Saturday, Oftober
1-1, The Council dlscusscKl plans for
!a N, C. news pulilicatioti to keep tlie
^schiiols organized and L(^ Ktimulate
! interest in tlie Federation,
It was decided to sponsor a trophy
i among the Big Five for the piiriiose
()l bettering athletic relations. The
presidents of tho Student Government
I organisations ol' five schools are to do-
Jcidc upon wliat basis tlie tropliy is to
Plans wore made lor the liflh an
nual meeting' to he held at Salem Col
lege in tho spring. Plans were also
made for all N. 0. delegates to go to
the annual N, S. F. A, meeting In
Washington. December 5-31. They will
go by boat from Norfolk,
After tho meeting tlie council was
entertained at luncl) and attended the
Ouke-Teiinessee game as the guest of
the men's S. G. at Duke,
The ofllcers of the council are:
President—Wendell Jlorne of Duke.
Vice President—Margaret Plonk of
W. C, U. K. C.
Secretary—Virginia Garnett of
i Treasurer—Howard Phillips of
i Wake Forest.
Wake Forest College
Of Literary Societies
Home Coming Day Will Also Be
Observed Along With Annual
Joint Focuiiy Recitol
To Be Given October 24
Tuesday evening. October 24, at eight
o’clock, in the college auditorium, a
joint recital will be given by Miss Al-
verda Rosel, instructor in violoncello,
and Miss Aileen McMillan, assistant
professor of piano. This recital will be
tho first in a series of programs to be
presontcd this year by members of the
The following program is to be
Somata in C Ma,1or ....ftlarcello
Etude Caprice Goltermann
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N. C. C. P. A. Convention
Meets November 2, 3, 4
Editors and Managers of College
Publications to Meet at E.C.T.C.
One Year Ago
The Phi’s w«M OTcr ilio Aslro's
111 iM‘w liieiiilierK bjr oii«.
Aniiio Mho I'Hylvr wiisi elected
presliiont of (he freshiiiini class.
I'liv Mipiioiiiorvs ($'uvo tlio frvsli-
moil a ))iijiiiii» jiiirty.
The IMilN ciil^r(»InMl th»ir now
invinbvi'8 iit ii colviiitil ten, luid tlio
AHtrn’s niso linil a ten.
Miss Krowiileo returned to tlic
ATl»s Alien iniv« an nddi'esis to
fli4» lllffh Pohil: briiiivh of tlio Aui«r«
Jciin Uiilvorslty Woinoii nt tholr
Four Years Ago
Mr. lintllii ivas (ho new director
ol’ (he music dcimrtnieiit.
I'at Aheriiolliy was eleelvd fresh-
Miiin blasts iircstdc-ui.
'Jlhc Twig stalotl llijit the new
Hvvnue up (i>« ceiitvr the caiu*
]iiis to the atliiiiiihtrution build*
IngK hiid done awity with buniim
3IIs8 llhodcs, Alliis l*nrlci% and
Miss For^etis had rvtiiriicd to the
collcge aliter leave of itbseiice.
Th«) jiiniors ontortuined thoir
lllllo sisters ot the “Odd Parly.’*
Mr. Hitnirlclc wnis tlie now
Mis$i Itowiand and Miijsi Pike
>vero lidded tu tho 3[iitvic Depart
Miss iiarkley and Miss Uoyd
Yvci‘0 ildded to tho Sclcnco Dcpnrt-
iiienl. and Miss Itrown to tlie
3Er. Kii^b'in^ was head of llie
Ldiicatloii Department, and I>r.
Mercer was teaching: I'clljflon.
Miss Peiidniaii and Miss Yar
horoiigli were also new' nienibers
of (he (nciiKy.
The rail convention of the North
Carolina Collegiate Press Association
will meet November 2. and 4 at
East Carolina Teacbors College, Green
ville, North Carolina. Gene Newsome
ot Duke University, vicc-president ot
tho Association, will preside in the
absence of Dan Torrence of State Col
lege wlio did not return to school this
:year. Other ofRcors of the associa
tion, elected at the spring meeting
at Salem College, are: Francos Mal
lard of Flora Macdonald College,
secretary aud Hoke Norris of Wake
Delegates representing publications
of many colleges in tho stale attend
the conventions of this association
each spring and fall. During the
meeting conferences are held for the
editors and managers of the various
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Twiiiy marks the annual celebration
of Society Day annual at Wukc Forest.
; For many years Meredith and Wake
■ Forest have celebrated itigother the
jtoundlng of tho Kuzelian aiul Philo-
umtho-sian 1/lterary sncleties of the lal-
I (or institution, aud thia year the oc-
'rasiun is of especial interest l)ecause
I L;iliiy has also been f-ot aside for
The program for the day will Include
a debate in Ku Hall between repre
sentatives of the two societies: the
N, C. State-WaUe Forest foolball clash
this afternoon: a banquet; and ora
tions ia the evening. A new feature
of the program this year Is an after-
dinner speaking contest In which two
jsjHiakcrs from each society will
Society Day officials this year are:
President- Wyan Washburn of the
Secretary—George Noel of the
A large, number of Meredith girls
will attend .this ItUth celebration, of
Society Day and will join with the
Wake P'orest students in an attempt to
malce this the most successful celebra
tion in the history of the college.
Meredith Art Student Wins
Grand Prize at State Fair
Katherine Davis, who is a Senior in
Art this year, was awarded the grand
prize of Slij for the best oil painting
of sllll litc, entered in the art exhibit
at the N. C. Slate Fair last week,
Katherine’s painting was of a vase
of zinnias, the coloring and shadow
eB'ects being of unu.sual naturalness
Every year at the Fair prizes
amounting to In cash are awarded
for the best still life painting, the best
portrait and the best pholograph.
Paintings are entered by artists from
all over the state.
Twelve Years Ago
Tlie Classiciil Clii1> wiis or(fnii>
Ized under Dr. Ln'tr’s siipervlsieii
uiid Aletlilii Felton was oleetod Its
The freshiiicii were nilled Xcw-
MIss Ellen Jlrewer whs studying'
nt Ooliiniblu llnlrerslty for her
Tlie most discussed finesllun of
(lie dnj' wns wlicther JteredltU
slioiild be moved Ironi its old Io
eiition or not.
Dr. Johnson was Miss Johnson.
Tho Twigr iviis printing' jokes on
the faculty menibers and on the
21 Meredith Students
Begin Practice Teaching
Twenty-one Meredith girls who aro
planning to reccive teachers’ certlll-
catcs in the spring have begun practice
teaching at varioiis Raleigh schools.
Seven high.school subjects and three
grammar grades are lucluded in the
work done by these students. Below
is a list of the girls who arc teaching
Miriam Wilson. Math, Hugh Morson;
Xancyo Viccellio, Latin, 1-lugh Morson;
Carolyn Wray, Latin. Hugh Morson:
Sarah Elizabeth Vernon. Civics, Hugh
Mo-rson; Francos Gray, History, Hugh
Morson: Virginia Hudson, Biology,
Hugh Morson; Esther Barham, Chem
istry. Neediiam Dronghton; Jane
Parker, Math, Hugh Morson; Virginia
Farris, English, Noedham Broughton;
Dorothy Davis, English. Needham
nroughton; Isabel Morgan, Latin,
Needham Broughtm; Mary Lois
Parker, English, Jhigh Morson.
Sally Lovelace, fourth grade, Fred A.
Olds; Ainorette Hyrd, third grade, Mt.
Vernon Goodwin; Alice Gilliam, fourth
grade, Fred A. Olds; Ella Leo Yates,
third grade. Fred A. Olds; Mary
Gilmer Andrews, third grade, Fred A,
Olds; Katherine Hlalock, fourth grade.
Prod A. Olds; Vara Lee Thornton,
second grade, Wiley; Virginia Watson,
fourth grade. Murphey,