North Carolina Newspapers

VOL. 14, NO. 6.
MARCH, 1949
Attwood Picked For S. C. A. Leadership;
Publications Staff Selects Brown;
Denman Fills Board Presidency
Six Seniors “Practice
Teach” For One Week
In Public Schools
Six members of this year’s
graduating class, under the di
rection of Professor John Miller,
are meeting the requirements to
teach in the public schools of the
various states. In addition to tak
ing a number of hours in such
subjects as psychology, secondary
education, materials, methods, and
mental hygiene, these girls are
required to spend at least forty-
five hours observing in the high
schools, and forty-five hours of
actual teaching, or a total of ninety
hours of both.
Most of the girls already have
more than the required number of
hours of observation. Some of the
schools in which they observed
were Lee Edwards High School in
Asheville, the Newton Grade
School in Asheville, Swannanoa
High School, Black Mountain
Giade School, Black Mountain
High School, Montreat High
School, and the Parker District
Schools of Greenville, South Caro
Recently, these prospective
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Calendar Of Events
Next week-end will find most
of the girls enjoying spring holi
days at home. Beginning at noon
Friday, April 1, long week-end
will extend through Monday,
April 4. Following this vacation,
it won’t be too long until another
school year is over. To help you
plan ahead, here is a calendar of
coming events.
April 5 - Civic Music Concert
April 9 - Dramatics Club Play
April 16- High School Junior -
April 22 - 24 - Daily Vacation
Bible School Institute
April 30 - High School Senior
May 2 - May Day
May 7 - College Junior-Senior
May 20- College & High School
May 21- College Senior Play
May 22 - Baccalaureate Sermon
May 23- Commencement Exer
The next issue of the DIAL
ETTE will be the annual a-
lumnae edition. If anyone has
any news of alumnae, please
turn it in to the editors.
Evan Wrenn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw of
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was
chosen during the recent student
elections to head the Student
Government for 1949-50.
This will make her third year
on the Cabinet as Assistant
House President of Fellowship
during her sophomore year and
Freshmen Display Talents
In Annual Show
The Freshman Class will pre
sent its annual talent show,
“Freshman Frolics,’’ on Saturday
night, March 26. This program
will include singing, dancing,
piano solos, and Various other
forms of entertainment. The chair
man of the general plans commit
tee is Pat Williamson, and the
committee includes Margaret
Burton, Jackie Holt, Jeanette
Nash, Imogene Bailey, Lily Mitch
ell, and Evelyn Hennessee.
The show will begin at 8 o’clock,
and admission will be fifteen
as House President this year. She
will take up her new duties soon
after long week-end.
Frances Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown of
Gastonia, N. C., was , elected
editor-in-chief of the Student
Publications Staff for the com
ing year. Prances was Literary
Editor during her sophomore year,
and is at present the Associate
Editor on the Staff.
Leading the Student Christian
Association for the coming year
will be Betty Attwood, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Attwood,
of Miami, Florida. Betty has done
outstanding work as vice-presi
dent of the S. C. A. this year. She
is majoring in Bible and Business
Education and plans to do church
The newly-elected President of
the Athletic Association is Mary
Ruth Denman who comes from
Greeneville, Tennessee, and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Denman. Mary Ruth is well quali
fied for this position, having been
vice-president of the Board this

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