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Asheville-Biltmore College, Asheville, N. C., June, 1952
TAYLOR TO ADDRESS GRADUATING CLASS
Mr. Roy A. Taylor, prominent
Asheville lawyer, will deliver the
graduation address in Seely Hall
on Monday, June 2, at 10 a.m.
Mr. Taylor is vice-chairman of
the college board of directors. He
was a member of the Class of 1929,
the first to graduate from Ashe
Student speakers will be Barbara
Capps, student body vice-president,
and Modena Penland, student body
Awards to be presented are the
Cosmic Club, Most Valuable Play
er Award; the Cooper prize, the
Betty Fowler Award for Dramatic
Art, the Columbia Press Association
Award, and the Stewart Award for
outstanding work in biology.
The Baccalaureate Sermon will
be given by Dr. C. Grier Davis,
pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church, on Sunday, June 1, at 4:30
p.m. in Seely Hall.
Marshals for Baccalaureate and
graduation will be Don Jones, pres-
ident-elect of the student body;
Dot Drake, acting president of the
freshman class; Kenneth Bockman,
Barbara Macon, John Young, Bet
ty Kirby, Willard Roberts, and Sal
This year marks the 25th Anni
versary Commencement of Ashe
ville - Biltmore Junior College.
Members of the graduating class of
JANUARY 1952 GRADUATES
Mary Phyllis Higgins Orr.
JUNE 1952 GRADUATES
Johnny Mack Arnette, Jr., Lola
Anne Burnette, Barbara Hortense
Capps, Agnes Ann Carrelli, Pear-
line Senith Lakey, George William
McCoy, Jr., Glenn David Norvell,
Sammy Brown Parker, Joseph Ar
thur Patelidas, Mary Modena Pen
land, James Thomas Self, Billie Lee
Taylor, Wesley Bailey Tharpe,
George M. Tratos.
AUGUST 1952 GRADUATES
Harvey Lee Haynes.
Dorothy June Meadows Carter,
Bachelor of Science in Medical
Frances C. Penland.
COLLEGE ANNOUNCES PLANS
FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
Summer school at Asheville-Bilt
more College will be held from June
9 until August 8. Both day and
evening classes will be held. Day
school will last from 8:30 a.m. un
til 1:00 p.m., Monday through Fri
day. Evening school will last from
6:45 p.m. until 9:45 p.m., Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Arrangements have been made
with Womans’ College of the Uni
versity of N. C. for extension work
in education, on the graduate level,
to be offered on our campus this
summer. We are attempting to se
cure the services of Dr. Jackson
Owen for one of the courses.
A course in structural steel draft
ing will be offered for the first time
this summer. Employment testing
is the name of a course now in the
Registration will be held at the
college June 9.