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“MISS HOMECOMING” at Benedict College, Columbia, S. C , was
Miss Ceiestcc P. Meyers of Florence, S, C , who reigned during annual
homecoming observances at the school last week. Miss Myers is a
senior, majoring in home economics.
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| GREENSBORO— His H iprnn
! ceivable that historians of the fu- ;
j ture, when writing of our present
j day generation, will ignore many
| of the things that we consider im- i
; port ant today." the Rev. John ! '
Bryan told the vesper audience at.
| Bennett College Sunday
The minister, who is director of ;
religious activities at the college, ■
keyed his message to the coming j
Christmas season from hr text;
! "For unto us a Child is born.
| by saying that the newspaper col
i umn which contains a listing of •
; births is more important than any
other in the paper.
Pointing out that there \< n
no publicity given in the news
papers of that time about the
Christ Child, the Rev Mr Rr>
an reminded the audience that
history may he repeating itself
as today's newspapers ignore
the bir*h of 3 child “in Nebras
U.i, in Nepal or in the slums of
New York City" whom future
'"■um may call thr most
important person of his or her
In explaining the simplicity of
i the Christ Child story, the Rev. Mr
j Bryan said that. Jesus is the Gif'
j of God and that God still comes to
us in Him, "If we believe that love
j is the strongest resource available
to man. then Christmas is a rime
j for us to rejoice but h.irdiy
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At F. S. T. C.:
FAYETTEVILLE—"St-te Teach- |
fi's College has been designated as 1
•’ testing center for lhe’l9sß Nation
wide administration of the National
Teacher Examinations next Kebr
urary." Dr. Lafayette Parker, Dean ;
College seniors preparing to
traeh and teachera applying for j
position* in school system which j
encourage nr require applicant*
to submit their score* on ih" Na- ;
tmnal Teacher Examination* along ;
with other credentials are eligible j
to take the tests The examinations j
are prepared and administered an
nually by Educational Testing Ser
vice, Princeton, New Jersey.
"The designation of Fayette-
Title State Teachers College a*
teachers in this, area an oppor
miiiatiorur will give prospective
iunity to compare their per
formance on the examination*
with approximately lh.flOO can
didates throughout the country
who will lie par) iciivii'-i • s *
, the nationwide administration
on Frb. 13, 10SR," Hr Parker
J At the one-day testing norrioP a j
! candidate may take the Common J
j Examination*, which include tests j
| m Professional Information, flrnr- ■
j rol Culture. English Exprcsimw. I
I and Non-Verbal Reasoning. In ad
dition, each candidate may take J
cur or two of the eleven Optional •
Examinations which are designated i
j to demonstrate mastery of subject ;
matter in the fields in which he ;
may be assigned to teach.
"Applications for thi examine ]
Hon* and a Bulletin of lnforma- j
lion describing registration proce
dures and containing sample test j
questions may be obtained from |
l)r. Parker at State Teachers Col- ;
lego r.r directly from the Natior.nl i
Teacher Examinations, Edt. itlon- j
at Testing Service. HO Nassau I
Street. Princeton. New .Terse v
| Ftospective teacher* planning to ,
! Ink-* the fo*f should scruri- an ,-,p-
I rdnation Blank and a Bulletin of I
Information promptly," D’’ Parker I
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