The campus of North Greenville Junior College was the scene of a very beautiful and colorful affair on Saturday afternoon, May 5, 1951, when the annual May Day exercises were presented by approximately 75 persons. The program consisted of a dramatized presentation of “The Wonderful Tune” by Henry Beston.
The traditional May Court scene was used with Miss Helen Leopard of Six Mile as Queen of May, and Miss Helen Still of Barnwell as maid of honor. Attendants to the queen were Miss Betty Rose Davidson, of Macon, Ga.; Miss Betty Jean Enloe of Winnsboro; Miss Julia Parker of Naval Base; Miss Miriam Rudd of Ridgeville; Miss Mary Kate Hines of Wellford; Miss Betty Queen of Greenville; Miss Wilma McCombs of Greer; Miss Mildred Leopard of Six Mile; Miss Mary Frances Pearson of Greenville; and Miss Elaine Foster of Slater; Margaret Ann Litchfield was the flower girl and Joe Bruce the crown bearer.
Published in the May, 1951 edition of North Greenville Junior College Alumni News