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archives Welcome THE VOICE ''Digest Of Student Opinion" Clear Sailing To Student Council VOLUME V FAYETTEVILLE, N. C., NOVEMBER 4, 1949 NUMBER 1 Perennial Source Of Light If Though student generations come and go, historic old Smith Administration Building stands as a constant source of light and service. Erected in 1922, it is the third oldest building on the campus. James Walker Hood Hall, a dormitory for men, is seen in tVie background. t-p ’Tl- College at Durham, Clerical As- Newcomers lo ine sistant in Records Office; Miss Homecoming homecoming season Faculty, 1949-1950 The present fall session opened With the ,iust a short distance off and with the students already in a process of selecting the queen and plan Marian L. Williams, M. A., Colum- (Continued On Page 4) State’s Prexy; Educator And Builder That Dr. James Vv^ard Seabrook, president of the institution since 1933, is an educator of renown is amply indicated by the scholarly educational associations with which he is affiliated, the educa tional tasks he is constantly called upon to perform, his popularity as a platform speaker, and his in fluence in recommending persons to positions, not only in the area of teaching, but in many other walks of life. Tliat he is a “build er” of no less ability is perhaps not as well known by persons who do not reside in the state of North Carolina, and sometimes even by North Carolinians who have not tak2n the time to review the facts as regards the physical growth of “State”. Some have said that Dr. Seabrook has a sort of “magic wand” which he waves and buildings somehow spring up almost over night. As resuJt of the efforts of Presi dent Seabrook, woi'king with the Board and other friends of the in stitution, the Charles Waddell Chestnutt Library was erected in (Continued On Page 4) with a total of seventeen new- ning tlieir elaborate floats, it is c omers to the faculty and the staff, no wonder thau some are saying They include: Mrs. Robbie Ham- that homecoming this year is sure mand Roper, M. A., New York to be the biggest and the dance University, Newbold Laboratory to follow the swankiest ever stag- School; Miss Annie M. Chavis, M. ed at “State”. Just here one might A., New York University, Physical mention also that Mr. Leonard H. Education; Miss Eleanor M. Birds- Robinson, chairman of the general all, M. A., Columbia University, committee on homecoming, is liv- Newbold Laboratory School; Miss ing up to his reputation by ad- Elaine Mitchell, A. B., Bennett ministering just the type of in- College, Clerk, Office of Records; jection needed to produce a fun- Mrs. Oliva T. Spaulding, M. A., packed homecoming occasion from Andover Newton Theological start to finish. There will be co- Seminary, History and Counselor eds, collegiate color, floats, old of Students; Mr. Allen H. Brown, President Seabrook (Continued On Page 3) HOMECOMING QUEEN As we go to press, word comes that attractive, talented Miss Eunice George, a junior of Wliiteville, lias been chosen homecoming queen for 1949. Her attendants include. Miss Gladys Bland, maid of honor, who is a senior from Sanford, Miss Althea Sparrow, sopho more attendant from Covington, Va., and the freshman attend ant, a Miss Fannie Farney, of Lancaster, South Carolina. M. A., Indiana University, Chem istry and Physical Science; Miss Edna L. Jefferson, M. A,, Virginia State College, Home Economics; Miss Susie S. Davis, M. A., Colum bia University, Education; Mrs. Marie T. Beatrice Spratley, A. B., Shaw University, Assistant dietic ian; Mr. Joseph H. Walker, M. A., Fisk University, History, Assistant Coach and Counselor of Men; Mrs. Selena W. Ashe, Winston-Salem Teachers College, Dormitory Di rectress; Miss Marguerite S. Frier son, Ed. M., Boston University, Education; Mrs. Katherine W.^ Douglass, Fisk University, Assis-j “^hoJar" and educator. “State” has made phenomenal progress tant Librarian; Miss Thelma Me- ouuuei, , Daniel B S C., North Carolina! under his administration. Seen at his desk here is Dr. James Ward Seabrook, gentleman,

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