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archives Building Program Underway VOLUME VI THE VOICE ''Digest Of Student Opinion'' FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 9, 1951 BATTLE OF BEAUTY When these Iwo lovely co-eds tossed their hats into the ring recent ly. as candidates for “Miss Homecoming of 1951,” it was immediate ly labeled a “battle of beauty.” And that it was. They are (left to right), Miss Ruby Lee Jones, of Lynchburg, Va., candidate from the Senior Class, and Miss Geraldine Bullock of Norlina, competitor from the Junior Class. In a case like this, “anything can happen.” HOMECOMING 'L’he thrill ,of homecoming has settled upon the campus with a thud. It is the same old story of a vast assortment of floats provided by various alumni and student groups, of cheerleaders dressed to (Continued On Page 4) GERALDINE BULLOCK HOMECOMING QUEEN “The Broncos will win the homecomins: same,” declared attractive, popular Miss Ger aldine Bullock, a junior of Nor lina, and the newly-elected 1951 Homecoming Queen. This “first young woman ol' the campus,” says her hobby is working with the Y.W.C.A. For the third con.secutive year the juniors have outvoted the seniors to crown a junior as queen. Attendants are: fresh man, Miss Valeen Smith, oi Lillingtoii; sophomore. Miss Hilda Drew of Jackson; and Miss Ruby L. Jones, .senior of Lynchmurgi Va. Dr. Frierson Conducts Summer Workshop At the request of Morris Col lege, Friendship College and the South Carolina State Department of Education, Dr. Marguerite S. Frierson, Chairman of the area of Education, conducted during the past summer quartei' a five-weeks workshop for the elementary school teachers t'l'om Ivancastei', Chester, Rock Hill, Yoi'k and sur rounding counlies. The work was caii'ied on at Friendship Junior College in Rock Hill, South Caro lina, and Di'. Fi’ierson is enthusias tic over the response she had from the teachers in attendance. In I'esponse to the totality of her work with President O. R. Reuhen of Morris College, with the teach ers pursuing the course, and with those who in one way or another shared the work. Dr. Frierson has concluded, “I really had fun.” Liberian Student Near Graduation After nearly thirty months of study at the Fayetteville State Teachers College where she is scheduled to receive the Bachelor’s degree in December, Mis. Beatrice G, Williams sticks to a statement she made during the first three weeks of her sta.y, “Everybody here is nice; the students and the teachers are ver.v friendl.y. I had always heard that Americans were friendly.” A former teacher in the College of Wes1 Africa (Continued On Page 3) Popular Instructor Passes Away Miss Edna L. Jefferson, for two years an instructor in household arts at Fayetteville State Teachers College, died on August 12, at a New York hospital, where she had gone for medical treatment. She was an effective and a popular teacher who was active in many aspects of the college program. Born and reared in Cordele, Geor gia, she attended the public schools of that city and from thence she (Continued On Page 3) Welcome To Homecoming NUMBER 10 Prexy Pushes Building Program With work incident to the build ing program calling for his time, with an ever-increasing number of public addresses on his calen dar, and with the duties of college administration ci’owding into the fall session. Dr. James W. Sea- brook remains now as always a busy man. High up on his agenda .just now is the extension of the physical plant. The opening of (he fall session found segments of his extensive building and renovation progi-atn nearing completion. At the cost of $40,000 the dining hall has been completel.y renovated and a new refrigeration outfit and facilities for cafeteria service installed. Bickett Hall for women students has been renovated and moderniz ed throughout at the cost of .$100,- 000 and will be read.y for oc cupancy in the near future. Under construction also are a new $227,- 000 dormitory for women and an :uditorium that will run to $285,- 000. Recently, contracts were let for the enlargement of the library and for conversion of the present (Continued On Page 3) MR. PRESIDENT President James Ward Seabrook, known far and wide for his famous “three C’s”, is spearheading another huge building program at “State”. Some call him Mr. President; some, “The Builder.”

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