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The clarion : the Brevard College weekly. online resource (None) 1935-current, October 21, 1960, Image 1

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Science Hall Ground-Breaking Ceremony Is Held A .milestone in the pragreiss of the Brevard College building prograim was reached with the long - awaited groundbreiakinig ceremony for the nlew science building held on October 14. After an inspiring chapel ad dress by Dr. Lee Tuttle, the en tire student body, faculty, and tte visiting trustees and wives, during the ringiing of the col lege chimes, assemmbled at the building site. The progi'am began with ev- er>'one pre£i:mt siniging the dox- oJogy. The invocation was given by Ohaiplaan C. Edward Roy. A responsive reading was then conducted by Dr. Emmett K. JfcLarty, Jr., President of Bre vard Collegci. Following a ibeiautiful rendi tion of “From Thee AM Skill and Science Flow” by the Col lege choir, Chaplain Hoy, Presi dent McLarty, and Bishoip Nolan B. Harmon assisted Oolonel W. Bryan Moorla', Ohairmain of the Board of Trustees, in the effec- Itive ground - breaking cere mony. Bishop Harmion then led a , *5-^> X Pictured at the Science building ground-breaking ceremony are, left to right, Chaplain C. Edward Roy; President Emmett K. McLarty, Jr.; Board chairman Colonel Bryan Moore; and Bishop Nolan Harmon. pWayer lor the fuiture of Bre vard Oolltelge. The hyfmln of praise, “For the Beiauty of ll*e Earth,” was followed by the benediction, led by OhapfaiB Rioy. Work on the science building is scheduled to sitart Momd^, October 24. Thiel contract for the work was awarded to the Jeixy Liner Gons'truction Company oi Lake Junalusfca. It has been estimated that the time required for the lereotiaii of the building will be nine mionths, allowing two months to equdip the building. It sih'ould bs' ready for use by the begin- ■ r.iing of the aoadlsmic year J 960-62. Henry C. McDonald, Jr., 'Ictal architect, drew up the pJaUs and specificaltions for the new buildinlg. It will conitlain six la#)- oratories, five sitorage and prep aration rooms, three class rooms, sievtetn loffices', la igireett- house, and an animal rowana, plus facdilitieis for expaiDsilaB when additional sipaoe is need ed. If You Want To Move Forward, The Clarion You Must Take The First Step VOLUME XXVIII BREVARD OOLJjEGE, OCTOBER 21, 1960 NUMBERS Dr. E. J. Coltrane, Former Brevard President Passes Dr. McLarty Will Be UN Day Speaker MR. SWAN Organist Fredrick Swan Will Appear October 31 Th'6 second in a series of or- San rieicitals at the Brevard Mcithodisit Church, sponsored by the church and Breivlard Col lege, will ibe pres'ented Monday, October 31, at 8 P. M., by Fred- Swan, osngaindisit of the Kivensidle Ohurdh, New York City. Mr. Swan, Who embarked on conioeirlt career alt t!he age of 13, is nationailly kniown and played ibefore thonsamds in church, oiviic, amid eduoational sudiltonums in the United States, Hawaii, and thie islands the Solutlh Pacific. On Sunday, Odtober 30, Mr. Swan will play for the mlaming ®«rvi)ce ait Ithe Metthoddlst Ohiiroh. He win teach & twoihiaur Mlas^ —Turn to Page Two College Gets I960 U At the meeting of the Board of Trustees lof Brevard OolMge Friday, October 14, the trustees agreed to purohate a oar for the cofflefge 'for tihe President’s use. In tihe ipaslt, tlbe President has been using his own ear which madle it quite inconven ient for Mills. McLarty due to the flact th'at the Pii:isidenlt is away from Ihiome quilte often on college Ibuisimess. The President iis quilte topipy to hlave a neiw I960 Blectra Buick for Wls us'sl and is veiy giraiteful t)o the tiuistees for this much needed car. . Dr. Eugene Jarvis Coltrane, 77, former president of Brevard Oollege, died in a convalescent home in Raleigh Tuesday. He had been ill several weeks. Dr. Ooiltrane was president ol Brevard College for 16 years, retiring some 10 years ago. Later he served for five years as as sistant to the president of High I’oint College before retiring. He also served as a school su perintendent at Roanoke Rapids, Jlamestown and in Randolph county. He was a 1907 graduate of Guilford and did ^aduate study at Cornell, Hairvard, Oo- lumibia and the University of North Carolina. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Isiaibel Bryan Douto Ool- trane, two daughters, Mary Al- mia Coflibrane, of High Point and Mrs. W. A. Good, of Jamtestown; a brother David C o 11 r a n e, director of tihe State De partment of Adiministraition; and a sister, Mrs. Allen B. CbKtrane of Archdale. Funeral servicets are schedul ed for 11 a.m., Thursday at the High Point Friends Meeting House. Burial will ibe in Guil ford Memori'al Park Cemetery. The Brevard College Alum ni met on October 8, Home coming, and agreed to pub lish a calendar. The calendar will sell for $1.00 and the proceeds will be used for the Alumni Association. Dr. Mc Larty is working on it, and he plans to have a eolorful scene of Brevard College on the cover and the inside will include notes about the hap penings at the college. In addition to the new one, there wUl also be the regu lar yearly calendar. DR. E. J. COLTRANE Council Selects Frosh Proctors The Women’s Hoiise Ooaincil, mee!f]ilng‘ irfiicenltllly, seilelcted six fretslhmien fto seirve' -as assilsitant hall prodborts flhis year. Those selected were Ann MteConnell, Caroil Laltimisr Katihy Cox, Ken- lon OaiTlson, Lilbby Jord'an and Dilane Bracikett. In an earlier meettinig, tflie Ooaincil meanibers volted to have regularly scheduled dbrm mJeet- ings once a monlth wilth planned prognamB, rather ttoiain jusit call ing one wttiien mecessary. Sophomore Oouindl memfbers are Sandra SmSltlh, presidlelnit; Linda Phillips, vice-ixr£sident Baibairla Beverfly, sietaieltairy- trelasurer; Vanidlailyn Blrown, Earlhaina Parks, Maxie Oalliiiher, Haiieil WiiUianils, HeJleln Johmson, Marie Tede, Joyce CSiairk, Mary Jo Warr, MiartlWa Anw Pair, and Bairbaira Pless. The week of October 23-29 is Urjited Nations Weelk by prot lamiatdlon of the^ PresiderDt of the United States. Monday, October 24 is United NalfliionB Day. Mrs. Willis Brittain has been asbed by tihe Mayor of 'Brevard to be in chainge of Unilted Nattiions ob servances in Brevard. Mrs. Brittain has planned ft prograim scheduled to be beU in the Brevard Oolletgte' Oaimpis Center Building Auditoirium Monday eveniinlg, October 24, at 7:30 p. Rev. Fredemiick Valenltine, Jr. of Brevard will delivler the i»- voccition. Dr. 'Emmett K. Mc Larty, Presiident of BreVaaid College will be tlhie spelakcr. Music will be lurnisihed by the Bueward High School Bandl un- der tihe directiton of Mr. Jota E.ve!nsman and a chloral @roa|i ftiom the Brevard BigSh SclifloJ under tihe direcffion of Mis. Veime Hill. In the article on Dunham Hall printed in the last issue of the CLARION, an eirw was made in the date of the erection of the building, thea known as Spenser Hall. The date given was 1895. The exact date in unknown. 1%e erection of Dunham Hall was during the administration of Mr. €. H. Trowbridge, whose term of office was from 19t7 to 1923,

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