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May, 1963 THE VOICE Page 3 Miss FSTC Is Crowned Founders’ Day / About The Campus Presentation of Annual Alumni Award. General Aliunni Association Pres ident, Mr. T. W. WUliams. The highlight of the Annual Blue and White Ball staged recently in the Lilly Gymnasium was the crowning of Miss FSTC by President Rudolph Jones. Gloria Crawford, junior from Lumberton, North Caro lina, was presented to the Student Body and crowned at intermission. Gloria, who has been a Dean’s List student each of her five semes ters here at FSTC, has been elected to Who’ Who Among American Colleges and Universities. She is also affiliated with SNEA, Future Alumni Association, the College Choir, Baptist Student Union, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and is a College Marshal. Her reign begins with the fall semester of the 1963-64 school term. vM i-i" Student Photographer T. M. Garriss, Jr., pauses on “way to assignment” to pose for another shutterbug. Teachers Of FSTC Science & Mathematics Dept. Religious Emphasis Week Participants Left to right. Dean C. E. Morton, Reverend C. R. Edwards, Reverend William Smith, Dr. C. C. Thomas, Reverend C. H. Thomas. Mary Johnson Reigns Over May Day Festival Masquerade Time-Annual Affair Sponsored By Delta Sigma Theta Sorority By EMMA J. COATS Charming Miss Mary Olivia Johnson, junior Elementary Edu cation Major from Pinetops, N. C. was elected May Queen of 1963. Her attendants were Barbara Harris, Joyce Faulcon, Mary Alice McNeill, Lina Sanders, Annie Paschall, Peggy Handcock, Odessa Cheatham and Esther Redd. Miss Jonhson is a member of the College Marching and Concert Band, YWCA, Baptist Student Union, and Student NEA. Miss Johnson reigned over the May Day Activities held on the College Athletic Field. The theme was “Keeping Fit For America Through Physical Activity.” Included in the activities were dances and stunts featuring mem bers of the student body and New- bold Training School. The College Band furnished appropriate music throughout the program. First Semester “A” Students ^ ■ Registration Day - Prior To Campus-Wide Election

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