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DUNIE BRYANT, EMIL ROSENTHAL, ZEBULON B. VANCE
New Buildings To Be Dedicated Sunday
PRESIDENT RUDOLPH JONES
The Force Behind The
The Southeastern District of the
North Carolina Teachers Associa
tion will meet at Fayetteville
State College on November 18,
1966. Over 2,000 teachers are ex
pected to attend the meeting. Dr.
Lewis T. Dowdy, President of A.
& T. College, will be the main
Registration begins at 8:00 Fri
day morning, November 18. It will
take place on the ground floor of
the New Fine Arts Building. Sec
tional meetings will be held
throughout the morning. The gene
ral session begins at 4:00 p.m., at
which time Dr. Dowdy will be the
guest speaker. There will be a so
cial hour in the evening and a
dance will be held that night.
Dr. Rudolph Jones, President of
Fayetteville State College, is the
president of the State North Caro
lina Teachers Association. Mr.
Bruce Hargrove is the president of
the Southeastern District. Mr.
Thomas Bacote, instructor at Fay
etteville State College, is the presi
dent of the Local Chapter here at
Fayetteville State College.
The meeting promises to be an
enlightening as well as an inter
By BETTY COOPER
Our first Lyceum Program for
the school year 1966-67 was The
American Classical Theater’s pro
duction of THE TEMPEST by Wil
liam Shakespeare. The play was
directed by Dennis Hayes. The
leading roles of Prospero and Mi
randa were played by Bryan Hull
and Jan Rouse, respectively. All
members of the cast were profes
The scene of the play was an en
chanted island in the Mediterran
ean Sea. From the time Ariel
caused King Alonso’s ship to be
shipwrecked on this island, until
the time Alonso gave his blessings
to his son, Ferdinand, and Pros-
pero’s daughter, Miranda, the aud
ience was held captivated. The
mood of the audience ranged from
sympathy for King Alonso, because
of the loss of his son, to open-
hearted laughter at the hilarious
comments of the jester.
The costumes of the actors ran
ged from silk gowns for Miranda
to cotton rags for Caliban. There
were loud colors for the jester that
matched his mood. There were
dull colors for the drunkard, sym
bolizing his drunkenness. There
were soft pink colors for Miranda,
symbolizing her gentleness.
The play was very interesting,
and, as I have said before, held us
captivated from beginning to end.
If you missed Lyceum No. I, you
really missed a treat; therefore,
you should try not to miss the next
By ROWENA PETERSON
Fayetteville State College will
hold dedication ceremonies for its
three new buildings Sunday, No
vember 20, 1966 at 2:30 p.m., in
the J. W. Seabrook Auditorium.
The new men’s dormitory, new
women’s dormitory and the new
classroom building will take on
the names of three people who
have served the college well. The
members of the Board of Trustees
have selected the following names
for the new buildings:
Classroom Building, Emil Rosen
thal Building; Dormitory for
women, Dunie Bryant Hall; Dormi
tory for men, Zebulon B. Vance
Mr. Rosenthal is recognized for
his genuine interest in the welfare
of the college during his long ten
ure of unselfish service as a trus
tee which extended over 25 years.
The new dormitory for men was
named in honor of Governor
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Saturday, Nov. 19, 1966
Vance, after whom was named the
second oldest building on the cam
pus, built in 1910 and demolished
in 1957. The first state appropria
tion was made for this institution
during the administration of Gov
ernor Vance and upon his recom
Mrs. Dunie Bryant served as a
dormitory matron for 26 years. She
is held in high esteem by thou
sands of alumni and former stu
dents because of her devotion and
The dedication of these three
buildings will, in a more realistic
sense, be a tribute to the toils of
Dr. Rudolph Jones, our president,
whose efforts are responsible for
the acquiring of the new buildings.
The ceremonies may further honor
Dr. Jones as the formal ceremonies
that he did not have upon his be
coming president in 1956. These
new buildings are symbols of the
gains that he has made in the phy
sical outlook of the college, but
[they, at the same time, reflect
Guest speaker for the dedication
program will be Dr. John Potts,
President of Voorhees College. Dr.
Jones will preside. The welcome
will be extended by Dr. Malvin E.
Moore, Jr., Dean of the College,
and Mr. James Walker, President
of the Student Government.
Keys to these buildings will be
presented by the architect and ac
cepted by Mr. John H. Cook, Chair
man of the Trustees of Fayetteville
State College. Presentation of the
buildings for dedication will be
done by Dr. Rudolph Jones.
Ribbon cuttings will immediate
ly follow the program. Reception
tours will climax the dedication
A total of 4,000 invitations and
1200 letters have been mailed to
alumni and parents, respectively.
Dean J. C. Jones heads the com
mittee that is responsible for the
ceremonies. The committee was
divided into four subcommittees
and they have worked diligently to
take care of every detail.
The Program Committee is head
ed by Mrs. Grace C. Black. Other
members include Dr. Frissell R.
Hunter, Dr. O. Uzzell and Miss
The Hospitality Committee is
composed of Mrs. Ann W. Shep
hard, Chairman; Mr. Lorenzo Bat
tle, Mrs. Daisy G. Coles, Miss Vir
ginia A. Dix, Mr. J. C. Jones, Mrs.
Mildred P. Jones, Miss Lauraetta
J. Taylor, and Miss Aurelia L.
The Publicity and Promotion
Committee is composed of Dr. Ir
ving S. Cheroff and Mr. Harvey C.
The Special Arrangements Com
mittee is composed of Dr. D. W.
Bishop, Chairman, Mrs. M. T. Eld-
ridge. Dr. G. Davis, Dr. I. S. Che
roff, Miss J. Wilson, Mr. O. Cox,
and Miss W. King.
Thanksgiving Back Home
By JUANITA SIMMONS slams continously as hungry one small section of this wide
„ ti, 1. , visitors seek the warmth and vunriH
n,v f H fOf the kitchen fire.
T wat Clouds of smoke wind their way A voice calls loudly, and sud-
fhlv the mid-morning sky, fore denly, I find myself caught in
in searrh^f niiff t epicurean feast a stampeding mob, heading for
Lt rhear thp lL „ric being prepared. the large dining room table.
rhild’c laiiphtpr rino' ™ K Like a quecn surveying her The noise subsides, as solemnly,
the hLsP or hif f “h eyes and my heart Papa reads the scripture. Look-
h^ht rLninc. , % . ■ «elds, bare of their ing around me at the healthy
sure from ThankW^nl ® ™^ust group assembled at
rom Thanksgiving past. of thanksgiving. How could God the table, I realize I have much
The kitchen door opens and create such pastoral splendor in to be thankful for.
At left. President Rudolph Jones, places diadem upon the tresses of Miss Donna Newman,
who ruled over the recent Homecoming Harvest, At the right. Dr. Jones receives check
from Freshman, Mercer Anderson. The check was given by the freshman class to the
Emergency Fund, from proceeds of its Tale nt Night Program.
By SARAH BECTON
The mid-term examinations were
given at Fayetteville State College
last week. They were tests of the
knowledge and skills that the stu
dent has acquired in the first
nine weeks of study.
The purpose of these examina
tions was to let the student Icnow
where he stood at the midway
point and to let the teacher know
whether or not he was using the
most efficient method of teaching.
The mid -term examinations are
helpful to the student. After tak
ing the tests and receiving the re
sults from them, the student can
get an idea as to what he did the
first nine weeks and what he will
have to do the remaining nine
weeks of the semester in order to
pass each of his courses. The mid
term examinations were also help
ful to the teacher. When he re
ceived the results of these tests,
the teacher knew whether his
methods of teaching were the most
efficient ones or whether he need
ed to change them in any way to
help the student advance.
The thought of taking mid-term
examinations was not a pleasant
one, but they were beneficial to
both the student and the teacher.
These are two of the three new buildings to be dedicated Sunday. The new Dunie Bryant Residence Hall for Women is
at the left. The new Zebulon B. Vance Residence Hall for Men is at the right.
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