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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, APRIL 8, 1965
Many Campus Officers Are Elected
^Smart, Perkiiisoii, Bruton
Holt Are Elected Presidents;
Wagner, Surles Are Editors
Five Tapped By Golden Knot Society
T'lve outstanding Atlantic Chris
tian College students were inducted
into Ihe Golden Knot Honor Society
this week. The society is the official
honor organization on the ACC cam
The purpose of they Golden Knot
Honor Society is to recognize ex
cellence in the areas 'of scholarship,
character, leadership and service.
Go To Library
Students who are iplanning sum
mer jobs and travel will interest
ed in three current directories now
in the library: Earn, Learn, and
Travel in Europe, 1965-66; Summer
Kmployment Directory of the U.S.,
1965; and Directory of Vacation Op
portunities in Summer Camps, 1965.
The works listed above give in-
foimation concerning requirements,
length of the working season, salary,
person to contact, etc. Jobs covered
include work with amusement parks,
beaches, camps, resort hotels, and
Persons interested in a summer
job in Europe should consult Earn,
Li^am, and Travel in Europe, 1965-
66, and for additional informati<m,
tiiey are invited to write: Depart-
mont of Siunmer Jobs, American
Student Information Service, 22 Ave.
de la Liberte, Luxemibourg City,
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. A
$2.00 fee is required for an infor
The Librarian states that the di
rectories referred to above can be
obtained on request at the Circula
tion Desk of the library thi^gh
the month of April.
Scholastically candidates must have
completed at least three semesters
work at Atlantic Christian while
maintaining a 3.0 (B) grade aver
age. While the scholastic standard
is carefully considered, the other
requirements of good moral charac
ter, active interest in and support
of the college, and the ability to
lead others are of equal importance.
Inducted into the society were:
Buth N. Price of Selma; Diane
Strickland of Zebulon; Hollis Glover
of Goldsboro; Kathryn Lamm of
Wilson; and Carol M. Summerlin
Ruth N. Price is wife of Gordon
She is a junior and is majoring in
Diane Strickland is daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Strickland, 119
Sycamore St., Zebulon. She is a ju
nior and is majoring in English.
Hollis Glover is son of Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Glover, 1501 Rose St.,
Goldsboro. He is a senior and is
majoring in Business Administration.
Kathryn Lamm is daughter of
Mrs. Allie S. Lamm, Route 2, Wil
son. She is a junior and is major
ing in Business Education.
Mrs. Carol M, Summerlin is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle
Morris, 601 Bragg St., Wilson. She
is a junior and is majoring in
Price, 406 N. Pollack St., Selma. [Elementary Education.
Marshals For 1965-66 School
Year Are Announced By Dean
The Executive Board was un^e
to hold its regular meeting last
Monday night because a quorum
was not present. As a result, no reg
ular business could be conducted.
Dean Bennett had an announce
ment for those members who were
there. He stated that the Central
Committee had passed a resolution
which said that afl student activi
ties taking place in the lobby of the
Classroom Building must be cleared
through the Dean of Students office.
This resolution was adopted after
complaints of the noise created dw-
ing ticket sales and other activities
had disturbed classes at their reg
ular meeting times.
Marshals for Atlantic Christian
College for the 1964-65 academic
year have been announced by Dr.
Lewis H. Swindell Jr., dean of the
Named as chief marshal was
Kathleen Traylor of Winston-Salem.
Marshals named from the Ju
nior Class were Carol Summerlin of
Kenly and Elwood Vann of Dur
ham. Sophomore Class marshals
named were Agnes Jones Frye of
Goldsboro and Philip W. Ritter of
R'dleigh. Marshals named from the
Freshman Class were Patricia Wylie
of Wilson and Ridhard Harrison of
Washington, N. C.
College marshals serve at spring
and summer commencements and at
appropriate events during the aca
demic year. The chief marshal is
chosen as the Junior with tlie high- j
est accumulated acadermc average.
Miss Traylor is daughter of Dr. I
and Mrs. Kermit Traylor, 1522
Overbrook Ave,, Winston-Sailem. She
is majoring in English with a minor
Mrs. Carol Morris Summerlin is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle
Morris, Route 1, Kenly. She is ma
joring in elementary education with
a minor in history.
Elwood Vann is son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Vann, 2523 Shenandoah
Ave., Durham. He is majoring in
accounting with a minor in econom
Mrs. Agnes Jones Frye is wife of
Willie R- Frye, 605 E. Beech St.,
Goldsboro. She is majoring in
mentary education with a minor in
Philip W. Ritter is son of Mr.
and Mrs.Ozzie C. Ritter, 456 Rose
Lane, Raleigh. He is majoring in
religion and philosophy with a minor
Miss Patricia Wylie is daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Wylie, 1217
W. Gold St., Wilson. She is majoring
Richard Harrison is son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Harrison, Jr., 405
Charlotte St., Washington, N. C.
A campus-wide Cooperative As
sociation election was held Mon
day and Tuesday with four run-off
elections held Wednesday.
Elected as Senior Class president
was Randy Smart. Smart polled 58
votes in the primary election Mon
day and Tuesday but had to enter
a run-off with Steve Perry Wed
nesday. Smart defeated Perry in
j the run-off 70-64. Marshall Smith
I A Campus Christian Morality Con-
jference, sponsored by the Atlantic
Christian College Campus Christian
Association, was held this week on
the ACC campus.
Dr. Thomas E.-McCollough, a
member of the Department of Re
ligion at Duke University, served as
guest lecturer for the Conference.
Before assuming his position at
Duke in 1961, Dr. McCollough serv
ed on the faculties of Baptist
Theological Seminary in Ruschllko-
Zurich, Switzerland and Stetson Un
An ordained minister. Dr. McCol-
iough served as pastor of churches
in Kentucky, editor of Sunday
School Lesson Courses for the Bap
tist Sunday School Board, and Bap
tist Student Secretary for New Mexi
co A & M College.
The lecturer received his B. D.
and Th. D. from Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary and has done
further study at the University of
Basel. He has published in several
journals among them being: Re
ligion in Life, The Journal of I<«-
ligion, and Review and Expositor.
Topics for the five-day Conference
were as follows:
Monday, “How New is the New
Morality;” Tuesday, “Honesty: How
Far?”; Wednesday, “Sex: Is There
Anything to Say?”; Thursday,
“Race: Comes the Revolution”; and
Friday, “politics: Campus and
Various small group discussions
were heW for the men’s and wom
en’s dormitories and the sororities
Student led devotions for the en
tire campus were held in the Harper
Hall Parlor Monday through Thurs
was elected senator for the Senior
Class defeating challenger Marty
In the otlier Senior offices Larry
Strong was elected vice president;
Pam Larmar, secretary; and Mar
tha Sue Mewtwrn, treasurer.
Charles Bruton soundly trounced
his opponent Phil Ritter to win the
presidency of the Junior Class. The
final vote was 117-30. Janie McCor
mick defeated Brenda Jo Phillips
by 30 votes, 87-57, to win Junior
Class senator. A1 Fleming won, al
most two to one, over Doug Royal
to take the vice presidency in a
run-off election Wednesday. Vicki
Joyner defeated Ann Thompson, 91-
53, in the vote for JC secretary
and Karen DeHart won uncontested
the office of treasurer.
In the election for Sophomore
Class officers Hiram Perkinson
trounced Charles Wolfe, 96-49, in a
run-off election Wednesday. Bobby
Ellis won the office of senator un
contested. Other Sophomore Class
officers elected were Jim Myles,
vice president; Janet Amerson, sec
retary; and David Hales, treasurer.
Naomi Holt won the office of Day
Student president but had to enter a
run-off with John Frederick to do
so. Holt defeated Frederick, 92-6<v
in the run-off Wednesday. Ann Bunn
won DS senator but also had to en
ter a run-off against Lynda Driver.
Bunn won easily over Driver poll
ing 94 votes to Driver’s total of 58.
Dwight Wagner was elected The
Collegiate editor uncontested i>olling
a total of 400 votes. Charles Wdfe
was elected business manager for
the ACC student newspaper. WoHe
also won uncontested receiving 416
Richard Surles, the only candi
date for Pine Knot editor, polled
399 total votes. Pam Herczogh de
feated Kirk Kimbro 275-209 to win
the office of Pine Knot business
Elected as president of the Cam
pus Christian Association was Kathy
Traylor who defeated Fred Barber
by a margin of 33 votes, 268-235.
Rich Harrison was elected CCA vice
president; Linda Griffin, secretary;
and Steve Perry, treasurer.
Paulsell Finishes Ph.D. Work
William 0. Paulsell, associate pro
fessor of religion at Atlantic Chris
tian College, recently completed re
quirements for the Ph. D. degree
in religion at Vanderbilt University.
He will be awarded the degree at
commencement at Vanderbilt on
May 30, 1965. His doctoral disserta
tion was entitled, “The Disciples of
Christ and the Great Depression
A native of Dallas, Tex., he re
ceived the B. A. degree from Texas
Christian University in 1957. He was
awarded the B. D. degree byVan-
derbilt in 1959 and the M. A. de
gree in 1961. He held student pas
torates at Palmer, Tex., La Center,
Ky., and Rochester, Ky. While
doing graduate work at Vanderbilt,
he served as assistant dean of the
Disciples Divinity House and was
graduate assistant in preaching
1961-62. He is ia member of Alpha
Chi, national honor society at TCU
and was awarded the Shepard Prize
in Church History at Vanderbilt in
Paulsell is married to the former
Sally Atkins of Edinburg, Tex.
They have one child. He is the son
the Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Paulsell
of Tryon, N. C.
Donated To Lil>rary
An extensive gift of books from
the estate of Mrs. Frank Taylor of
Greenwich, Conn., has been pre
sented to the C. L. Hardy Library
of Atlantic Christian College. The
material was given by the heirs to
the estate, of whom Dr. Mildred
Hartsock of the AOC English Depart
ment faculty was one.
The collection includes a great
amount of classical literature, both
English and American, as well as
works on art and architecture, and
history. Of particular value are the
complete sets of many of the major
writers: Thomas Carlyle, Lord
Byron, Robert Louis Stevenson,
Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, and
others. In addition, there is an 1896
edition of Grimm’s Life of Michael-
angelo, and an early edition of
Faure’s History of Art.
The Librarian, Otis Coofield, ex
pressed his pleasure with the gift
and stated that many of the works,
now long out of print, cannot be lo
cated except in private collections.