Anderson, April 30. – Barbara Anne Turner of Forest City, N. C., will be crowned Queen of the May by her maid of honor, Murrell Lawson of Toccoa, Ga., at May Day fstivites to take front campus at Andeson College on Saturday afternoon at 5 o’clock. She will be accompanied by a court of 16 attendants and will be entertained by a pageant in which more than 100 students will participate.
Sophomore attendants are Bonnie Medlock, Pendleton; Cynthia Dominick, Newberry; Martha Hammett, Greenville; Patricia Ryan, New York, N. Y.; Anne Cauble, Greenville; Bobbie Grantland, Anderson, Una Lee Foster, Henmingway; and Dorothy Jean Bold, Anderson.
Freshman attendants are Barabara Timmons, Quincy, Fla.; Anne Rhem, Georgetown; Doroty Stanfield. Trion, Ga.; Rosalynn Vance, Plumtree, N. C.; Laura Jean High, Dallas, N. C.; and Barbara Jean Owen, Anderson. Attendants from the Preparatory Department are Charlotte Hendley, Decatur, Ga., and Eleanor Washburn, Gray, Ga.
The processional which opens the festival will include the heralds. Joyce Nix, Travelers Rest, and Betty Ann Harper, Anderson; the flower girl, Jo Lynn Lambert; the crown bearer, Sammy Ross; and the train bearer, Alice Lambert, all of Anderson.
To celebrate the coronation of the Queen of the May a Mother Goose pageant will be presented. The audience will be invited to join Alice in Wonderland as she sees before her the characters who live in her story book after she has been put to sleep by the Sandman. Suzie Reich of San Juan, Puerto Rico; has the role of Alice, and Crystal Wisenhunt of Florence is the Sandman.
MissCamilla Barnett, director of the physical education department is in charge of the May Day festival. The accompanist is Miss Marlinda Jennings of the piano department, and solo parts will be sung by Syderas Ross of Blaney.