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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1975
BOILING SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA
Bulldog Band waits for Kings Mountain Bicentennial Parade to proceed.
Chamber Chorus Tours South
The 22-voice Gardner- Nov. 19—First Baptist
Webb Chamber Chorus will Church, Columbia, S.C.
begin its annual concert tour Nov. 20—Gardner-Webb
tomorrow, October 14, when Alumni Breakfast, First
it performs before the
Shelby Lions Club. The cho
rus will make 26 appear
ances during the school
Organized in 1973, the
group became known as the
Chamber Chorus to distin
guish it from the larger 54-
member College Chorus.
Both groups are conducted
Baptist Church, Colum
bia, S.C.; Calvary Baptist
Day School, Savannah,
Ga.; Central Baptist
Church, Waycross, Ga.
Nov. 21—Ware County
High School, Waycross,
Ga.; Southside Baptist
Church, Jacksonville, Fla.
Nov. 22 —Mattock Baptist
Church, Jackson, S.C.
Church, Fayetteville, N.C.
April 7—Parkton High
School, Fayetteville, N.C.,
Church, Alexandria, Va.
April 9—HiUendale Baptist
Church, Dale City, Va.
April 10—Cresset Baptist
Church, Durham, N.C.
April 11 —Fork Baptist
Church, Fork, N.C.;
North Kannapolis Baptist
Church, Kannapolis, N.C.
United Baptist Church,
by Dr. Phil Perrin, professor Nov. 23—First Baptist
Aids V.P.’s Visit
On October 7, the Gard- entertained the growing
ner-Webb College Bulldog crowd while they awaited
Band helped welcome Vice- the parade and the Vice-
President Nelson Rocke- President. These groups in
feller to Kings Mountain, eluded The Early American
N.C. Rockefeller was Square Dancers, the Lamp-
honored guest at a celebra- lighters, The Outcasts, The
tion of the 195th anniver- Gospel IQ’s, Avery High
sary of the Battle of Kings Mountain doggers, and The
Mountain. Palmetto Statesmen. The
The Bulldog Band had the Reverend Gary Bryant and
honor of being the first col- Jonas Bridges co-emceed
lege or high school band to the program,
follow the dignitaries in After the morning enter-
their cars. They marched tainment, Vice President
throughout Kings Mountain Rockefeller arrived at 12:20,
in the Bicentennial parade took his seat on the plat-
and upon arriving in front of form, and inspected the 57
the Vice-President in the unit parade as it passed be-
stadium, they proceeded to fore him. Then, the Kings
play “Beginnings,” a popu- Mountain High School Band
lar song by the rock group, played the national anthem
Chicago. They continued to followed by an invocation by
march around the stadium Dr. James R. Scales, presi-
until they reached their dent of Wake Forest Univer-
designated seats. sity.
The day’s festivities be- An official welcome was
gan at 9 a.m. in Kings extended by John Henry
Mountain High School Sta- Moss, mayor of Kings
dium. Several local groups (Continued On Page 2.)
LaCount Anderson, a
junior church music major
from Savannah, Ga., is the
assistant conductor. Terri
Saltz, a senior from Hayes-
ville, N.C., is the accom
panist. Miss Saltz is a music
education major with a con
centration in piano.
The 1975-76 Chamber
Chorus Schedule is as fol
Oct. 14—Lions Club,
Oct. 23—Green River Bap
tist Association Meeting,
Mt. Creek Baptist
Church, Forest City, N.C.
Church, Easley, S.C.;
West Side Baptist Church
Spartanburg, S.C.; Bethel
Baptist Church, Shelby,
Feb. 8—Christenburg Wes-
lyan Church, Cherryville,
N.C.; Kerr Street Baptist
Church, Drexel, N.C.,
First Baptist Chiu-ch,
Black Mountain, N.C.
College, Dover Chapel,
Boiling Springs, N.C.
April 6—Concord High
School, Concord, N.C.;
A.L. Brown High School,
Chamber Chorus practices for this year’s tour.
Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller greets well-wishers.
The list of college seniors who have been selected for
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges was released on Tuesday, October 7.
These students are as follows: Randall Lee Alexander,
Keimeth Eugene Batts, Janice Holt Bennett, Ruel Hall
Chapman, Carmen Lynn Christopher, James Robert Cline,
Roy Bissell Cooper, Diana Crumpton, Robert Cleveland-
Dominy, Jr., Teresa Clyde Duyck, Rhonda Rabon Ecken-
roth, William Talmadge Fowler, Jr., Julia Hanna, Janice
Carter Hood, Roger Von King, Charles Ernest Mack III,
Kathleen Helena Martel, Elizabeth Renae McAbee, William
Tim McSwain, Martha Jane Motley, Keith Michael Norris,
Sarah Louise Ormand, Bulo Ervin Price 111, James Osborne
Rash, Jr., Ronald Vincent Rash, Isabell Shuffler Setzer,
Sharon Rose Stowe, John Edwin Sutton, Gary Hill Threatt,
John Richard Trexler, Michael Eliston Woolridge, and Vir
ginia Roberta Yates.