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VOL 1, NO. 11
THE VOICE OF WILKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Wilkesboro, North Carolina
MAY 7, 1968
Wednesday Declared Freak-In Day by SGA
Students! Teachers! Is there someone at WCC
whom you would like to see get a pie in the face?
This can become a reality instead of a dream. How?
Attend the pie throw May 10th. (Location will be
announced soon). Pies sell for 50c each. Come
and have a “smashing” good time.
At the request of many WCC
students, the SGA declared
Wednesday, April 24, Freak-In
day. Dress of the teachers and
students varied from “Clyde" to
Mrs. Scroggs smoking a cigar.
Other students (boys) wore red
and black wigs; some came
dressed as if they had just gotten
through milking cows. Also,
Little Red Riding Hood came.
A few flower children showed
up along with boys wearing home
made ponchos. There were many
others who are undescribablel
Jim Lyall brought his uke
to the Wilkesboro campus where
he and two other students enter
tained the sophomore English
class with his original song of
“Eodipus The King.”
At the Woodlawn campus, love
signs were on the teachers office
and “Clyde" refereed a basket
Eight o’clock Wednesday night
the students held a hootenany
with the Downbeats providing
music. This gathering was de
scribed as “the best one we’ve
SOME OF THE UNDESCRIBABLES
LOVE SIGNS AT WOODLAWN
ONE TOO MANY FREAKS