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H. S. Basketball
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C„ JANUARY 5, 1950
Director of Dramatics Lois P. Turner and the Drama Guild
Cabinet study with President Seabroo'.c and Dean Douglas the blue
print which provides for dramatics in the new auditorium soon
to be constructed. Left to right; Charles Stevens, Vice President,
Dean Douglass, Miss Turner, President Seabrook, Virginia Coleman,
Assistant Secretary, John Isler, Treasurer, and Ester Robinson,
The fourth annual one-day
drama clinic is scheduled for Feb
ruary 4, 1949. There will be morn
ing, afternoon and evening ses
sions. Miss Mary Bohanan, Di
rector of Dramatics at North Caro
lina College at Durham, will eval
uate a play given at the afternoon
session by the Brawley High
School Players, and at the even
ing session “Caesar and Cleo
patra” will be presented by tour
ing players from New York City.
All In Fun
When writing love-letters to
your girl, it’s always an act of
precaution to begin, “My dear
sweetheart and gentlemen of the
Five secrets of happiness: Mon
ey, money, money, money, money.
The tragedy of the flea is that
he knows for a certainty that
all of his children will go to the
Man is but a worm. He comes
along, wiggles a bit, then some
chicken gets him.
Tn addition to the duties in
cident to his position as President
of “State,” Dr. James W. Sea
brook is constantly on the go
to fill this speaking engagement
and that. A few of his quarter-
end platform appearances include
Sunday, November 13, Vespers,
Barber-Scotia College, Concord,
N. C.; Wednesday, November 20,
Founder’s Day Program, W. C.
Chance High School, Parmele,N.
C.; Sunday, December 4, Annual
Address of the Second Street
Branch YMCA, Charlotte, North
Carolina; Thursday, December 8^
Annual Dinner Meeting of Boy
Scouts of America, Kinston, North
Along with Dr. Alfonso Elder,
President of North Carolina Col
lege at Durham, Dr. Seabrook was
recently appointed by Governor
Scotl to serve on the State Re
source Use Committee.
Saturday, January 7, Resource-
Use Education Conference; Tues
day, February 7, Concert, Morgan
College Band; February 14-16
Religious Emphasis Week con
ducted by the Reverend H.
King, Minister, Grace Congre
gational Church, New York
City; Wednesday, March 1, Chapel
speaker, J. P. Warburg, author,
editor, and news correspondent.
March 16-18, Invitational High
School Basketball Tournament.
The veteran teacher, Mrs.
Mayme Turner, who worked for
“many years” in Duplin County
was signally honored when a few
weeks ago leaders in education
from the State Department of
Public Instruction and from many
sections of the state held a testi
monial program for her. A re
cording of the ’'ro£'ram was pre
sented at a recent chapel as~
Mrs. Mayme Turner is the
mother of Miss Lois P. Turner
of our faculty.
For more than a quarter of a
century, Mother Bryant gave her
self to the development of the
College in general, and to the de
velopment of fine womanhood in
Old and New
Business Manager Cornelius Williams (right) of Rocky Mount who
completes his work for the B. S. degree in February, turns over the
books to his successor, George Hicks of Scottsburg, Va.