1942 DAR Good Citizenshuip Pilgrimage - Elizabeth Ann Tilton
Local Woman Addresses DAR Concord Conclave Mrs. Harold M. Smith of this defense chairman of the State Federation of Women's club, and a member of Mrs. George Wyeth's committee on Consumer problems, spoke at the DAR luncheon in Concord Saturday. This followed the selection of New Hampshire's "good citizen" in the annual DAR contest. Candidates for the honor of Citizen" were interviewed Saturday morning by a board of five judges including President Fred Engelhardt of the University of New Hampshire, Mrs. Fred Crowel! of Concord, chairman of the Good citizenship committee. Mrs. Robert Crosby oi Derry, State Regent Donald Matson of Concord, and Miss Sally Crockett of Portsmouth. Miss Barbara Beal was the candidate from Portsmouth High school. She was accompanied by Mrs. Horace W. Locklin, regent of Ranger chapter and Miss Sally Crockett, chairman of the good citizenship Pilgrims' club. Miss Elizabeth Ann Tilton of Concord High school, was selected as the outstanding "Good Citizen" and will represent the state in the annual good citizenship pilgrimage Washington in April when the National society, Daughters of the American Revolution holds its congress. During the morning the contestants were addressed by Supt. of Schools Natt B. Burbank and Otis Hammond. Other speakers at the luncheon were Mrs. Robert O. Blood, Crosby, Mrs. Ralph Crockett, past regent and national librarian general and Mrs. Charles H. Carroll Concord.