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BREVARD COLLEGE, OCTOBER 7, 1960
Nesbitt To Reign Over Homecoming Weekend
Brevard College Has Outstanding
Board Of Trustees, Moore Chairman
COL. W. BRYAN MOORE
A conltract for the Science
buildin'g was awarded to the
Jerry Liner Oonfiltruotdon Com
pany of Lake Junaloiska on Oc
Nine months is the estimated
Umis required for building, allow
ing six weeks to two months to
equip the buildiing. It should be
completed and ready for use by
tlie opening of tba academic year
The topographical survey of
the athletit field bais been com
pleted and 'a oonitract hais been
av/iarded to the F. C. Feise Com
pany tie grade the field and fur
nish the three tennis coufts, the
track and the mmways.
The surface to be put on the
track and runway is undfarm
and durable in all wea'ther. It
is the same that lis used alt Yale
Uindvsirsity, Uniiversilty of Flor
ida, and Universitv of Hawaii.
The Men’s Hoosla Council for
this year conisislts Of eleven mem-
Thiis is sliigihtly under the
Kwrtber serving ila'st year. Jim
Nteil, 'piresidenit, says ithalt sltu-
denits ar.6 to ibe commended for
their conduct aind that if the
present border oonttiinues, no new
•''tenibers will (be needed.
Mr. Ray Fisiher, taking Mr.
Buttterwofrth’s iposition in ain ad-
capacity to the House
is saiid to be doing an
The House Coumicil has eleoted
a nienv vice-presadent. Bob Glad-
to fill ithe viaoancy lelft by
Oolie! w!h)o did nolt reltuain to
school this fall.
As Brevard begins what ap
pears to be one of its “best”
years, Dr. Em'mett K. McLarty,
the president, points out that
the adirr.liniistration of the insti
tution is supervised by a well-
Ciualified board of trustc'es, num
These men are leaders in
many walk’s of liife and give
tnuch of their time and effort in
behailf of Brevard College, Dr.
Col. W. Bryan Moore, of
Wadesboiro, is chairman of the
board, land Clifford W. Perry, of
Winston-Salem, and Allen H.
Sims, of Gastonia, are vice chair
Rev. James McLarty, of Oon-
ccird, is secretary.
T-hree local men, John I. An
derson, F. S. “Buck” Bcfst, and
Ijcslie Grogan, are ^members of
Other membef^ of the board
and their homeltowns are: C.
■Grier Belam, Oherryviilli0; Dr.
Em'bree H. Blackard, Asheville;
Cary C. Boshamer, Gastoniia; Dr.
Charles P. Bowles, Greensiboro;
W. Franklin Brown, Ohaailotte;
Robert L. Gonnielly, Drexel; Dr.
Mark I>£|pp, Wiriston-Salem;
Paul F. Evans, Lexington; Dr.
\V. Kenneth Goodson, Charlotte;
Ottis Green, AsJieville; Bishop
Nolan B. Harmon, Charlotte;
Rev. Cecil G. Hefner, Asheboro;
William M. Henson, Rutherford^
ton; Clyde R. Hoey, Jr., Oand-
ler; Lson Ivey, Hickory; Ediwin
L. Jones, Chartlotte; Dr. Frank
B. Jordian, Thd.-nlasville; Dr. W.
Arthur Kale, Durliam; Hugh
Massde, WaynesviUe; Mirs. Dan
K. Moore, Canton; Olarence E.
Morgan, Aslheville; A. G. Myers,
Jr., Gastonia; Dr. Edgar H.
Nisiase, Concord; C. M. Ogle,
Hendersonville; K. W. Partin,
Asheville; Dr. A. Craig Phffllips,
Winston-Salem; DwigUt L. PMl-
lips, Oharl'otte; Ross Pue!tte,
Charlotte; Mrs. Helen Ray, Ashe-
viLle; M. Haywood Robbins,
Charlotte; Norwood Robinson,
W i n s t o n-Salem; Jean W.
Schenck, Shelby; Flake Sherrill,
Statesville; Rev. Phil L. Shore,
Jr., Lexington; Dr. Henry C.
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DIANNE NESBITT, of BlackMountain, will reign
over the Homecoming activities at Brevard College
this w^eekend. She is shown making plans with mem
bers of her court, Anna Williamson, of Dublin,
Georgia, left, the sophomore attendant, and Jan
Bailey, right, freshman attendant, of Fishkill, New
York. (Times Staff Photo)
Kappa Chi Holds Annual
Retreat At Lake Junaluska
iMirs. Elizabeth Hodder, LJbrar-
ian, will tola laltJteindinig the Build
ings’ Inslti'tute ito dlisouss odtege
library buildings at Western Oar-
lolinia OoUege, Oullowiheie, (North
Caroliirta, Wednelsday, Odtober
12. This 'mlsietinig, sponisiared by
the Southeiaistleim Library As
sociation, will feature plains,
blue iprints, and 'dlidies of pro-
posed library builiddlnigs in the
Mrs. Holder is in chargie of
exhibilbs whiWh wdfll be sQiiown in
connection wiitih the ilnsttSitute.
Mr. Hislnry MoDionlald, teadher-
architedt Who bias desdigned our
newer camlpus toiuildiinlgis, is to at-
itend also. He and 'Mrs. Holder
are lookinlg fiorward to a" new
Library buildi‘nlg toere on oalmpus
in the nelar future.
Following the mieletinig alt Cull-
owhee, Mrs. Holder will aitltend
(the 'Southealsteim 'Lilbrfary As-
soci^tiion meelting in Ajs'heville,
Octofber 13-15. The Soultiheasteim
Library AsiSocdatiom mlstete every
The Kappa dm, an organiza
tion of thia religion miajors on
campus, held its toniual fiaH re-
triealt 'Saturday, September 24,
1960, at Lake Juinialuska. The
group of 25 boarded the big
'blue bus at 2:00 in good sipilrits
a nd headed for thiedr delslbiniation.
Arrivinig alt the isiuimimler homte
of President lamd iMlris. McLarty,
the group qui'cHy dtLsipersed to
explore tflie groudls. TIh'ey visited
miany of the 'buildinigs there and
them ih'fladsd back for thie ^hot
dogs and all the trinimiings.
Chaplain Roy, advisor for the
igrioup, eixpliadined the puirposets
of 'the organization and igave a
brief 'history of the organizaltion.
Tbie fflemibers amd fulture meim-
bsrs discussied what they could
do this year as am iorganizaition
to oonltribute to the daim'puis life.
Many ideas wiere broulgbit up aind
discussed, but tnio deffilndlte dteicis-
ions were made^
The group, as a whole, ad
journed to ithia Church located on
the lakie and parltook oif iWoly com
munion axittilinliytered' iby Presi
It was a itiredi, happy, and
dieeply insipiredi group Itlualt jre-
loaded itlhat big blue bjus for Bre
The Brevard College Alumni
Association will sponof the an-
rjual Homlsieoming week-end,
October 8-9. The festive fall
week-end, which sees many for-
roer students reKJurn to the cam
pus, will begin with registration
on Saturday 'alt ten o’clock. Fol-
Icwlinlg this, aillumini 'and faculty
roei^tinigs are planned. These
meeitiinigs will imClude a discus-
sjon of the cOl'lelge’s building
program and deveflopmenlt (plans.
Plans for the 'aifitemoon in-
cludie a coffee Ito be (hsild in tlie
Faculty Lounge at 3:30, givi'rig
the alumni an opportunity to
meet the new facul'ty members.
The dormitorieis will hold open
house for students and alumni
from 3:30 until 5:00.
The H'omecominlg iDainice, spon
sored by the Studteint Govem-
menlt Association, will be held
Saturdlay nigbit 'at edlght o’clock in
the iSiras Camlpius Centetr Build
ing. Tha idance will revolve
around tlhe theme, “Hiarvest
Moon.” The Mark VI Ootailbo
from Western Carolina Oollelge
will fumiisih tSie muisSC.
Miss Dianme Nelsbitt, of Black
Mountain, will reign as the 1960
Homecom'ing Queien. Hler alttend-
ants 'wiM be flVl&s Anna WUliam-
son, sophomore, from Dublin,,
Georgia, and iMisis Jam Daily,
fres'hmla'n, ^of Fii^'fciill, New York.
Misis Betty Neale, of Oharlofcte,
1959 Homieloaminig Queen, will
be presianjt to crown Miss Nes
Song Composed By
Mr. Alan Wallace off the Public
Relations Depairtmient and Mr.
M. Thomas CtoluisinB oif the
Music Defpairtonenlt 'have respett-
ively written the words and
music for a song siulggested to
be Breivaird College’s new Albna
Malter. Below are the words:
G uarded well by miounitainB,
Enslhrined in every heart,
0*ur beloved Almia' Mateir
True and falir thou art.
To thl9 frdiendsfhips that we cher-
To the memories that cling.
To Brevard our Alma Malter let
Let the mlounltains that sttnrouinid
Ring with voices igay amd atronjg,
And the valleys ffilU with eicthoes
Through ithe years thy dhildren
Hiold in revteirenlce dfeep
Thy ideals, may we lalwlayB
Our allelgielnce keejp.
Lead us ever fanwtaird,
Strong and faatihfiuly,
May thy isomls amid daw^ters
Lffve to ‘hmior ttlheie.