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To Woman's College, her Campus, and her Life, we
present the 1940 PINE NEEDLES, so that years later when
college days are only a hazy memory it. may aid in recap-
turing again all the light-heartedness and comradeship
that college life now holds.



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To Mr James W. Painter we, the Senior Class, feel
honored to dedicate the nineteen hundred and forty PINE
NEEDLES in grateful appreciation of his fine friendship,
his splendid spirit, and the continued cooperation that he
has given us throughout our college days.



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MR. JAMES W. PAINTER



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE




CLYDE ROARK HOEY, ex officio Chairman

HENRY MAUGER LONDON, ex officio Secretary

*1940: John Sprunt Hill, Walter Murphy, John J. Parker.

* 1 942 : Mrs. Laura Weill Cone, Miss Easdale Shaw, Hay-
wood Parker.

*1944: Josephus Daniels, Clarence Poe, Irvin B. Tucker.

: M946: Charles Whedbee, William D. Faucette, Leslie
Weil.

"Term expires.



The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina was the first institution established by the state for the higher edu-
cation of women. Since the founding in 1892 many changes have brought about both physical and cultural progress.

In 1931 the General Assembly of North Carolina passed an act to consolidate the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, the State College of Agriculture and Engineering at Raleigh, and the North Carolina College for Women, into the Greater
University of North Carolina. At that time the North Carolina College for Women became the Woman's College of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina. The Board of Trustees chosen by the General Assembly assumed control of the new university with
Governor Clyde Roark Hoey Chairman of the Board of Trustees. A few months later they elected Dr. Frank Porter Graham its
president. The Trustees of the Greater University of North Carolina are the Administrative directors of the school, and they
endeavor not only to solve the problems of the school as a whole, but to provide for the needs of the students themselves and
to keep the University abreast with the modern ideas of education.



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS





DR. WALTER CLINTON JACKSON
Dean of Administration



MISS HARRIET ELLIOT
Dean of Women



The cooperation and splendid spirit of Dr. Walter Clinton Jackson, Dean of Administration, and Miss Harriet Elliot, Dean
of Women, contribute to the high standards of honor and understanding which exist on the campus.

The Faculty and students have worked together to form a truly democratic community, and the government of the College
is based upon the principles to be found in any well-organized society. Here the students find an opportunity to express their
own ideas and to help develop a more ideal college spirit. The student government organization places a real responsibility
upon them. The Faculty and the students have integrated their ideas into the formation of the Constitution. The law-making
authority resides in a representative group of students and Faculty. All student officers are chosen democratically.

It is understood that many matters such as affect academic questions, matters relating to the health of the College, the
control of property, and of special cases of discipline which are outside of student jurisdiction are handled by Executive and
Administrative officers. But a close cooperation of student and Faculty makes the problems few and easily solved.



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS




DR. JULIUS I.FOUST

PRESIDENT EMERITUS

MISS LAURA H.COIT

SECRETARY OF THE COLLEGE



MR. E.J.FORNEY

TREASURER

MR CLAUDE EDWARD TEAGUE

ASSISTANT COMPTROLLER



MR. C. W. PHILLIPS

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

MISS MARY TAYLOR MOORE

REGISTRAR



DR. RUTHM. COLLINGS



DR. GUY R. LYLE



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HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS




MR. GREGORY D. IVY

ART

DR. ALBERTS. KEISTER

ECONOMICS



DR. BENJAMIN B. KENDRICK

HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

MISS MARY C.COLEMAN

PHYSICAL EDUCATION



DR. JOHN PAUL GIVLER

BIOLOGY

DR. JOHN H.COOK

EDUCATION



MISS MARGARET MESSENGER EDWARDS

HOME ECONOMICS

DR. CALVIN N.WARFIELD

PHYSICS



MISS FLORENCE LOUISE SCHAEFFER

CHEMISTRY

MISSCAROLINEB.SCHOCH

GERMAN



DR. HELEN BARTON

MATHEMATICS

DR. JAMES ALBERT HIGHSMITH

PSYCHOLOGY



DR. CHARLTON C. JERNIGAN

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

DR RUTHM. COLLINGS

HEALTH



DEAN H. HUGH ALTVATER

MUSIC

DR. WINFIELDS. BARNEY

ROMANCE LANGUAGES



MRS. MARY ELLIS MARLEY

COMMERCIAL

DR. VICTORIA CARLSSON

HYGIENE



DR. JOHN ALDEN CLARK

PHILOSOPHY

MR. GLENN R.JOHNSON

SOCIOLOGY




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IN MEMORIAM



MRS. ELIZABETH MclVER
WEATHERSPOON

Because Mrs. Weatherspoon lived among
us, it will be easier at the College to stand for
genuineness as opposed to sham, and for ac-
curate, as opposed to slipshod work; to culti-
vate the beautiful as opposed to the crude;
to further what is generous and high-minded
as opposed to what is petty and cheap. We
believe she would ask no higher memorial.



MISS VIOLA BODDIE

Miss Viola Boddie lived by the same pre-
cepts she taught and her high standards pro-
fessional and personal were attained with
characteristic perseverance. Her keen sense
of humor, ready wit, clever philosophy, and
impartial judgment made her loved and ad-
mired by the hundreds she taught. A great
teacher and a genuine lady leaves a memorial
of work well done on the hearts of her students
and friends.




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THE FACULTY



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION



Frank Porter Graham, MA, LL.D, D.C.L., DLitt, President of the University.

Julius I. Foust, PhB, LL D, President Emeritus.

Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S, LL.D., Dean of Administration,

Harriet Wiseman Elliott, B.A, MA, Dean of Women.

Laura H. Coit, Secretary of the College.



Mary Taylor Moore, Registrar.

Claude Edward Teague, B.A, Assistant Controller.

E. J. Forney, Treasurer.

Ruth M. Collings, B A., M.D, Physician.

Guy R Lyle, BA, MS.. Librarian.



OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION



ART

Gregory D Ivy, B.S, MA., Associate Professor.

Mollie Anne Peterson, Ph B., M.A, Associate Professor.

Robert M. Skelton, B.S, MA, Instructor.

Hermione Hamlett, B.A, M.A., Instructor.

Sidney G. Warner, B.A, Instructor.

Dorothy S. Mcllvaine, B.F.A, MA, Instructor.

ASTRONOMY

Cornelia Strong, BA, M.A, Professor.

BIOLOGY

John Paul Givler, Ph B , MA, Professor,

Earl H Hall, B.S., M.S., Professor of Botany.

Inez Coldwell, BA, Associate Professor.

Archie D. Shaftesbury, BA, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology.

Helen Ingraham, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor.

Maude Williams, BA, M.S., Associate Professor of Physiology.

Lila Belle Love, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Physiology.

Albert Frederick Thiel, B.A, MA, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany.

Lawrence S. Ritchie, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor.

Mary Elizabeth Brummitt, B.A., Assistant.

Madeline Heffner, B A., Assistant.

Elizabeth Anderson, B.A, Assistant.

CHEMISTRY

Florence Louise Schaeffer, BA., M.A., Professor.

Mary M, Petty, B.S., Professor.

Elva Eudora Barrow, B.A, M.S., Associate Professor.

Martha E. Smith, B.A., MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor.

Kate F. Wilkins, B.A, MA, Instructor.

Florence V Olson, B.A, MA, PhD, Instructor.

Mary Welsh Parker, B.A, Assistant.

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

Charlton C. Jernigan, B A, MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor.
Marie B. Denneen, B.A, MA, Associate Professor.

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT

Mary Ellis Marley, Instructor.
Mary Harrell, B S, Instructor.
Barbara A. Perecinic, B.S, Instructor.

ECONOMICS

Albert S. Keister, B A, MA, Ph D , Professor.
Claude Edward Teague, B.A, Professor
Frederick H. Bunting, PhD, Assistant Professor.
Brant Bonner, Ph B, Instructor.
Elizabeth W. Donovan, B.A, MA, Instructor,

EDUCATION

John H Cook, B.S, B A, MA, PhD, Professor.

Ruth Fitzgerald, B.S, MA, Professor.

Oliver Perry Clutts, B.S, MA, Professor.

Herbert Kimmel, B A , Ph M, Ph D , Associate Professor.

Marie B. Denneen, B.A, MA, Associate Professor.

J. A. Smith, B.Ed, MS, Associate Professor.

Miriam MacFadyen, B.S, MA, Associate Professor.

Anna M Kreimeier, Ph.B , MA, Assistant Professor.

Betty Aiken Land, B A , MA, Assistant Professor.

Anna Reger, B.A, B.S., Assistant Professor and Librarian, Training School

Mary Fitzgerald, B A, Assistant Professor.

Harriett Mehaffie, Ph.B, Assistant Professor.

Ruth Gunter, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor.

Helen Krug, B S, MA , Assistant Professor.

Margaret Flintom, B.A, MA, Instructor.

Eugenia Hunter, B.A, Instructor.

Ruth Agnes Shaver, B.A, MA, Instructor.

Dorothy Allen, B.A, MA, Instructor.

Cathleen Bell, B.A, B.S. in L.S, Librarian, Training School.



ENGLISH



William C. Smith, Ph B, L.H.D, Professor of English Language and Literature.

Alonzo C. Hall, B.A , MA, Professor.

William Raymond Taylor, B.A, MA, Professor.

Leonard B Hurley, B.A, MA, Ph.D., Professor.

Allen Tate, B.A, Professor.

J. Arthur Dunn, BA, MA, Professor,

Caroline Gordon, B.A, Professor.

George P. Wilson, B.A, MA, Professor.

Mildred Rutherford Gould, BA, MA, Associate Professor,

Abigail E, Rowley, B.A, MA, Associate Professor.

Nettie S. Tillett, B.A, MA, Associate Professor.

James W. Painter, B.A, M.A , Associate Professor,

Jane Summerell, B.A, M.A, Associate Professor.

Marc Friedlander, B.A, M.A, Ph D, Associate Professor.

John E. Bridgers, Jr., B A, MA, Associate Professor.

May Dulaney Bush, B.A, M.A, Instructor (On leave of absence)

Charlotte Kohler, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor.

Margaret Virginia Shields, B A, M.A, Instructor.

Mrs. James Painter, B.A, Substitute in English.

Marion Tatum, B.A, Instructor.

Wilbur Dorsett, B.A , M.A, Assistant in Dramatics.

GERMAN

Caroline B. Schoch, PhB, M.A, Professor.

Klasine Elizabeth Von Westen, B.A, M.A, Ph.D., Instructor.

HEALTH— Medical Division

Ruth M Collings, B.A, M.D, Physician and Professor of Hygiene,
Anna M. Gove, M D , Physician and Professor of Hygiene.
Helen M. Deane, B A , B.S, B.M, M.D, Associate Professor.
Bernice L. Eversmeyer, B.S, M.D, Assistant Physician.

Hygiene

Victoria Carlsson, B.S , M.Sc, M.A, PhD, Associate Professor.
Mildred Pearl Harris, BA, M.A, Assistant Professor.
Anne Shamburger, Instructor.

HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE— History

Benjamin B. Kendrick. B.S, M.A, PhD, Professor.

Alex Matthews Arnett, BA, M.A, Ph.D, Professor

Clarence D. Johns, B A , M A, Professor

Magnhilde Gullander, B.A, M.A, Professor

Vera Largent, B A, M.A, Associate Professor.

Bernice Evelyn Draper, BA, MA, Associate Professor.

Josephine Hege, B.A, Instructor.

Eugene E Pfaff, B.A, M.A, PhD, Instructor.

Kathleen T. Pfaff, BA, Instructor.

Jane Lohrer, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor

Catherine Strateman, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor.

Political Science

Harriet Wiseman Elliott, B A , M.A, Professor.
Louise Brevard Alexander, B.A, Associate Professor.

HOME ECONOMICS

Margaret Messenger Edwards, B.S, M.A, Professor.

Mabel Campbell, B.A, M.A, Professor.

Viva M. Playfoot, B S , M.A , Associate Professor.

Blanche Tansil, BS, MA, Associate Professor of Institutional Management.

Flora White Edwards, B.S, MS, Assistant Professor.

Madeleine Blakey Street, B.S, M.A, Assistant Professor.

Bess Naylor Rosa, B S, M.A, Assistant Professor.

Harriet Alice Naumann, BA, MS, Assistant Professor.

Agnes N Coxe, B,L, B.S, MA, Assistant Professor.

Lucile McMackin, B.S, M.S., Assistant Professor

Bernice Allen, B.S, M.S, Field Teacher Trainer.

Evelyn Howeli, B.S, Instructor.

Elizabeth C. Cook, B.S, Assistant.

Frances Forbes, B.S, M.S, Instructor.

Mobel B. Bowers, B.S, Instructor.

Helen Kirk Surrat, B.S.H.E, Laboratory Assistant



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THE FACULTY

MATHEMATICS

Helen Barton, B.A., MA, PhD, Professor.

Cornelia Strong, B.A, MA, Professor.

Emily Holmes Watkins, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor.

MUSIC

H. Hugh Altvater, B.A., Mus M, Professor of Music and Dean of the School of Music.

George M. Thompson, Mus B, Mus M , Professor of Organ.

Alienme Richard Minor, B.A., Associate Professor of Piano.

Mary Lois Ferrell, Associate Professor of Piano.

Grace Van Dyke More, Mus.B , M.S., Associate Professor of Public School Music.

Ruth Hannas, B.A., MA., PhD, Associate Professor.

Birdie Helen Holloway, B.A , M.S., Assistant Professor.

Paul B Oncley, B.A, Mus B, Mus M, Assistont Professor,

Dorothy Lee Clement, B.S, Instructor.

George Edwin Henry, Mus.B, Mus.M, Instructor.

Alma Lissow Oncley, Mus.B, Mus M , Instructor.

George W. Dickieson, B.M, Instructor.

Harper Stephens, B.A, Instructor.

Elizabeth Drake, B.S, Assistant.

PHILOSOPHY

John Alden Clark, Ph.D., Associate Professor.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Mary Channing Coleman, B.S, Professor.

Hope Tisdale, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor (On leave of absence)

Ethel L. Martus, B.A, M S, Assistant Professor.

Christine White, BS. Assistant Professor.

Dorothy Davis, B.A, M A, Assistant Professor.

Edith Vail, B.S, Instructor (On leave of absence).

Herbert W. Park, Instructor.

Henrietta Thompson, B.S, MS, Instructor.

Claire Hartsook Boyce, B.S, Assistant.

Miriam A Shelden, B.S, MA, Instructor.

PHYSICS

Calvin N Warfield, BE, MA, Ph D, Professor.

John A. Tiedeman, B.S, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor.

Ruth Gill, B.S , Assistant.

PSYCHOLOGY

James Albert Highsmith, B A, MA, PhD, Professor.
William Woodrow Martin, Ph.B, MA, Professor.
Elizabeth Duffy, B.A, MA Ph D, Professor.
Key L. Berkley, B.A, MA , Ph D, Associate Professor.
Wilton P. Chase, B.A , M A , Ph D , Assistant Professor.
Bennie Lee Craig, B A , Assistant.



ROMANCE LANGUAGES

Winfield S. Barney, B A, MA, Ph.D., Professor.

George A. Underwood, B.A, MA, PhD, Professor.

Malcolm K. Hooke, B.A, D. de I'Universite, Professor.

Meta Helena Miller, B.A, MA, PhD, Professor.

Jessie C. Laird, B.A, MA, Associate Professor.

Rene Hardre, Prof, des E.N, Associate Professor.

Augustine LaRochelle, BA, MA, Associate Professor.

Alice Katherine Abbot, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor

Helen Frances Cutting, BA, MA, Assistant Professor

Virginia Christian Farinholt, B.A, MA, Ph D, Assistant Professor.

Katherine Taylor, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor.

Annie Beam Funderburk, B.A, MA , Instructor.

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE

Patty L Spruill, B.S, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor.
Maude Adams, B A , MA, Assistant Professor.
G. H. Parker, B.S , MA, Assistant Professor.
Adele P. Lowrance, MA, Instructor.
Vance Littlejohn, B.A, B.S, M.Ed, Instructor.

SCCIOLOGY

Glenn R. Johnson, B A , MA, Professor.

Lyda Gordon Shivers, B A, MA , LL.B , Ph D, Associate Professor.

Mereb E Mossman, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor.

THE LIBRARY

Guy R. Lyle, B.A, B.S , M.S , Professor, Librarian

E. Elizabeth Sampson, B.S, Head Cataloguer.

Virginia Trumper, in Charge of Periodicals.

Sue Vernon Williams, BA, MA, Reference Librarian.

Marjorie Hood, B.A, B A. in L.S, Head of Circulation Department.

Minnie Middleton Hussey, B.A, Readers' Adviser

Treva Wilkerson, B.A, Circulation Department.

Ruth Worley, B.A, B.A. in L.S , Assistant Cataloguer.

Sarah Bowling, B A, BA. in L.S, Order Assistant and Secretary to the Librarian.

Alice L. Boyd, B.A., MA, B.S. in L.S, Reserve Librarian and Circulation Manager.

Anna M. Urban, B.A, B.A. in L.S, Reference Assistant and Instructor in Library Use

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Charles Wiley Phillips, B.S, MA, Associate Professor and Director of Public

Relations.
Virginia Terrell Lathrop, B.A, Publications.

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES

Wilmina Maltbie Rowland, B.S, MA, Director of Religious Activities.



COUNSELORS



Anne Fulton Carter, BA, Counselor in Cotten Holl

Annie Beam Funderburk, B A, MA, Counselor in Mary Foust Hall

lone H. Grogan, B.A, MA, Counselor in Coit Hall.

Martha Elizabeth Hathaway, B.S, Counselor in Hinshaw Hall.

Hazel Clark, B.S, MA, Counselor in Jamison Hall

Anne Pleasants Hopkins, B.A, Counselor in New A. Hall.

Ethel Haskine Hunter, Counselor in Gray Hall.

Minnie L. Jamison, Counselor.



Nancy Duke Lewis, B.A, MA, Counselor in North Spencer Hall
Evelyn Martin, B.A, Counselor in New Guilford Hall.
Mary Welsh Parker, B A, Counselor in Woman's Hall.
Rebecca Cole, B.S, M.A, Counselor in Bailey Hall.
Katherine Taylor, B.A, M.A, Counselor in New B. Hall.
Anna Scott Hoye, Counselor in Anna Howard Shaw Hall.
Helen Burns, Counselor in Kirkland Hall.



OTHER OFFICERS



Mabel Swanson, B.S, MS, Dietitian
Edna A. Forney, B.A, Assistant Treasurer.
Mary Alice Tennent, B A, Assistant Registrar.
Esteile Boyd, Supervisor of Dormitories.
Clara Booth Byrd, B.A, Alumnae Secretary.
Jessie R. McLean, R.N, Nurse.
Cora Jane Staton, R.N, Nurse.



Bessie Doub, Assistant Dietitian.

Sarah Sue Cassell, B.A, Assistant Dietitian,

Mary Proctor Adderton, B.A, Manager of Book Store (First semester).

Betty Brown Jester, Manager of Book Store (Second semester).

Janette Stout Turner, B.A, M.A, Manager of Post Office.

J. M. Sink, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds



SECRETARIES AND OTHER ASSISTANTS



Hallie Anthony, Department of Public Relations.
Frances Foster, Office of the Alumnae Secretary.
Elizabeth Gant, B.S, Office of the Dean of Music.
Margaret Haigler, Office of the Registrar
Edith Harwood, B.L., Office of the Registrar
Mary Hasty, Department of Public Relations.
Kathleen Petit Hawkins, Office of the Registrar.
Sara Henry, B.A, Office of the Treasurer
Annie H. Hughes, Office of the College Physician
May Lattimore, Office of the Dean of Women.



Mary Betty Lee, Office of the Principal of Curry Training School.

Edythe Orrell Leslie, Department of Home Economics.

Lillian Mebane Lovings, Mimeographing Department.

Eva Cox Melvin, B.L, Department of Education.

Mildred P. Newton, B A, Secretary of Admissions, Office of the Registrar.

Helen Pickard, Office of the Assistant Controller.

Katherine Sherrill, Office of the Deon of Women (On leave of absence).

Elizabeth Yates, B.A , Office of the Dean of Administration.

Frances Howell, Office of the Registrar.



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COUNSELORS



MISS TAYLOR



MISS BURNS




MISS HELEN BURNS Kirkland Ha

MRS. ANNE FULTON CARTER Cotten Ha

MISS HAZEL CLARK Jamison Ha

MISS REBECCA COLE Bailey Ha

MRS. ANNIE BEAM FUNDERBURK Mary Foust Ha

MISS IONE GROGAN Laura Coit Ha

MISS MARTHA ELIZABETH HATHAWAY Hinshaw Ha

MISS ANNE PLEASANTS HOPKINS New A Ha

M ISS ANNA SCOTT HOYE Shaw Ha

MRS. J. S. HUNTER Gray Ha

MISS NANCY LEWIS North Spencer Ha

MISS EVELYN MARTIN New Guilford Ha

MRS. MARGUERITE C. OGDEN South Spencer Ha

MISS MARY WELSH PARKER Woman's Ha

MISS KATHERINE TAYLOR New B Ha




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COUNSELORS AND RESIDENCE HALL LIFE

Campus life centers about the fifteen residence halls which are the homes of approximately two thousand students from
September until June. Each hall has a Counselor who acts as official hostess for her hall. The genuine feeling of friendship
and loyalty which exist between Counselors and students creates a cooperative atmosphere and an understanding spirit. To
these Counselors the students feel free to go for personal, social and academic guidance.




MISS MARTIN



MRS. OGDEN




MISS COLE



MRS. FUNDERBURK



MRS. HUNTER



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MISS HATHAWAY



MISS PARKER



MRS. CARTER



MISS HOPKINS




MISS HOYE



The social life of the campus also radiates from the residence halls. Tea dances, informal dances, and teas form a vital
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION




RUTHGILLMORE



ELEANOR ECHOLS



CELIA DURHAM

VICE-PRESIDENT



ANNISHINES



TREASURER



Unity, fortitude, and a cooperative spirit — these things make the Woman's College proud of the standards it has estab-
lished and the tradition it has built throughout the years.

Every student of Woman's College is a member of the Student Government Association, and the success and spirit of our
organization depends as much upon the individual student as it does upon the student officers. We live together here on our
campus in an atmosphere of responsible freedom, and are all working toward the same goal — to strengthen our characters, our
minds, our personalities.

This opportunity for self-government necessitates the serious efforts of student officers, the judicious use of powers entrusted
to them, and, above all else, the loyal support of every student of the College. The responsibility is great, and our ideal is to
render ourselves always worthy of the trust placed in us.

Like any other democratic form of government there are three divisions of our student government organization: the Judi-
cial Board, the Legislature, and the House Organization, serving in their various capacities. All student officers are chosen
democratically, and they work in close cooperation with the Dean of Women and the Counselors who have charge of the resi-
dence halls. Our faculty members are not to solve our problems for us, but to help us better face them, and we soon learn
that they are human, friendly people, wiser with experience and study who are ready to believe in us and are glad to have our
confidence and friendship.



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The Legislature is composed of the
President of Student Government, Vice-
President of Student Government, Treas-
urer of Student Government, the Presi-
dent of the Town Students' Association,
three members from each of the classes,
two members from the first year Com-
mercial class, the House Presidents, and
three members from the faculty. It is
the official ruling body of the college.
As a representative body, the Legisla-
ture strives to keep its finger on the
pulse of the college, and to act accord-
ingly. It strives to act according to the
students' desires and for the best in-
terests of the campus as a whole.

Members: Celia Durham, Chairman;
Roberta Hardee, Barbara Jane Huff,
Lynette Moss, Peggy Dean, Doris Gross,
Florence Barnes, Rose Wilson, Nancy
Ferguson, Neita Allen, Elizabeth Lamb,
Dorothy Odum, Frances Radford, Nancy
Scott Causey, Frances Furqueron.

Faculty Members: Mrs. Carter, Miss
Draper, Miss Mossman,




LEGISLATURE




The College Judicial Board is com-
posed of the President of the Student
Government Association, the Secretary
of the Student Government Association,
five members of the Senior Class and
two members of the Junior Class. A
member of the faculty is elected by the
Board to act in an advisory capacity.
This Judicial Board, in cooperation with
the Hall Judicial Boards, handles all
matters of discipline on the campus
which are not specifically delegated to
other authorities. The whole purpose
of this Board is to Guide and Help stu-
dents.



Members: Rosa Baer, Eleanor Echols,
Eleanor Horner, Ruth Gillmore, Carol
Newby, Valerie Powell, Muriel Qua,
Alice Suiter, Carolyn Willis



Faculty Adviser: Miss Louise Alex-
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JUDICIAL BOARD



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HOUSE PRESIDENTS




Every spring the Student Body elects
from the incoming senior and junior
classes a house president for each of
the residence halls on the campus. The
seniors serve as the administrative of-
ficers of Student Government in up-
perclassmen halls, acting as the stu-
dent advisers and presiding over the
Hall Boards of those particular halls,
while the juniors serve in the same
capacity in freshmen halls.



ANNA HOWARD SHAW HALL, Virginia Ambrose; BAILEY HALL, Elizabeth Patten; COTTEN HALL, Annie Braswell;
GRAY HALL, Janet Murphy; HINSHAW HALL, Anne Boyette; KIRKLAND HALL, Dorothy Bell; LAURA CO IT HALL, Barbara
Washington; MARY FOUST HALL, Rose Pully; JAMISON HALL, Alice Colder; NEW A HALL, Joy Carman; NEW B HALL,
Virginia Hunter; NEW GUILFORD HALL, Lois Barnes; NORTH SPENCER HALL, Celia Hall; SOUTH SPENCER HALL Marian
Fisher; WOMAN'S HALL, Dorothv Coley.



HALL BOARDS



The Hall Boards, consisting of the House President of each residence hall and four girls chosen by the members of each


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