Fpbruary 12, 1944
Badminton tournaments will be
gin the first week in MarcB. All who
ore interested in taking part may
practice in the gym on Tuesday and
Wednesday from 5:00 till SiOO and
on Thursday nighta from 7:00 till
8:00. Further notices will be posted
on the Athletic Association bulletin
Basketball practices have been sys
tematized so that each class team
will be able to practice with the
other three teams, ilanagers have
been elected and team captains will
be elected the first week in March
when the competitive games begin.
There is a class for beginners each
Monday afternoon at 5:00 o’clock
for girls who have not i^layed basket-
ball but would like to learn how.
Freshman, transfer, and day stu
dent counsollors hold meetings this
week with fheir groups. The title
of the nnit was “Citizenship and
Voting,” and by discussing it the
new girls M’ore given an opportxniity
to understand the Meredith way of
nominating and electing student offi
cers on our campus. Also, they talked
about citizenship in general, whether
■ it be at Meredith, in our home com
munity, ov our nation.
3015 Hillsboro Street
Sunday, February 13
KAY KYSER : JOAN DAVIS
Wednesday, Februory 16
"THE GANG'S ALL
Group Plans Program
The Creative Rhythms dance
group is working on the dances for
the spring concert. The kinds of
dances include a waltz, a primitive
dance, an interpretation of Peter
and 2'he Wolf, and a polka, which
Miss Forbes and Miss Cameron will
do togetlier. Eileen Hoggard, Jewel
Hyatt, and Mary Lib Wrenn Avill
play for the dances and records will
be used for Peter and The Wolf.
The dance group is invited to Chapel
Hill for a dance symposium
Meredith Film Shown
Mr. Satterfield, Meredith's field
representative, has been showing the
film of Meredith throughout the
Week before last the film was
shown in tlie First Baptist Church
in Luraberton, at Lumberton High
School, Fairmont High School, St.
Pauls, Bladcnboro High School, and
at Hanover High School in
Wilmington. The pieturc was also
shown to many social groups.
GIVEX FOR STUDEIVTS
Miss N’ell Forbes and Dr. Louise
Lanham were hostesses at the first
examination tea given on Tuesday,
January 25, from 4:00 to 5:30. The
tea was held in the faculty parlor.
Julia Margrette Bryan and Peggy
Brewer served and were assisted by
Laura Frances Peck, Margaret Long,
Mary Catherine McIntyre, Mary
Lib Wilkerson, and Ruljy Lee Spen
The Baptist Student Union Coun
cil entertained at the second exami
nation tea. The tea was held in the
Shown here are t)ie siiperlatlres who were recently elected by the senior class. Back row: Ann Bar
Kramer, most poiiiilnr; Ann lVhit«, most Intellectual; Oinny Chlffelle, most nthletic; Gloria Cranford,
Sriss Steredtth. Middle row: Ifnt Woodward, most orl^inni; June BaM'lIns, best dressed; Onie Shields,
wittiest; Judy Bryan, most beautiful; Ruth IVyman, best all round day student. Front row; Olene
Sinclair, most versatile; Catherine Powell, president; and Mary lib Wrenn, cutest.
Hut from four until six on Wednes
The decorations for the occasion
were centered around the theme of
the revival of a pupil, Avorh-out from
study. Upon enterting the Hut, a
large picture of a tired girl invited
the students to enter. Around the
walls were other cartoons of tired
Miss Cleo Mitchell and Liz Shel
ton greeted the guests. Olene Sin
clair and Charlotte Green presided
at the p\inch table. In the center
of the table was a bowl of red roses
mixed Avith blue iris.
The members of the council helped
serve hot punch, cookies, and nnts.
Miss Anna May Baker and’Miss
Leah Godwin wei'e hostesses at the
last of the examination teas, Thurs
day, January 27, in the faculty par
Miss Godwin greeted the guests.
The parlor was decorated with greens
and burning candles. The center-
pieco for the table was a bowl of red
roses and blue iris flanked by candles.
Mrs. Carlyle Campbell poured tea.
Refreshments of tea, cookies, and
nuts were served by Gloria Ander
son Cranford, Betty Rose Prevatte,
Carolyn Bass, Cleo Glover, Betty
Miller, and Mitzie Roddick.
Miss Baker said the good-byes.
The Scotch cure foi‘ seasickness:
Holding a penny between your teeth.
S. G. President Weds
(Continued from page three)
On Tuesday cA’ening, February 9,
Margaret Hollis, Virginia Maynard,
and Fannie Memory Farmer gave a
surprise sho%ver honoring Gloria at
Mrs. J. S. Fai'mer’s. Tea, sand
wiches, cookies and mints were
Carolyn Allen, Avis Branch, Betty
Rose Prevatte, Ann Ray Kramer,
Sue McNeely, Kitty Johnson, Lib
Davis, Judy Bryan, Ginny Hinton,
Nancy Hicks, Lib McNeill, Lib
Dark, Jewel Hyatt, Betsy Doll Max
well, Richie Hai'ris, Rita Paez,
Frances Moore, Kitty Monteith,
Onie Shields, Mary Lib Wilkerson,
Catherine Powell, Hannah Savage,
Grace Alexander, Doris Hamrick,
and Mavy Lib Johnson were present.
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