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The Chowanian. volume (Murfreesboro, N.C.) 1923-1989, December 01, 1979, Image 4

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Chowan College Alumni Association Officers - 1979-80 PRESIDENT Randy Britton'60 PRESIDENT-ELECT Garland "Buddy” Waters '65 VICE-PRESIDENT Julian "Pike” Harrington '68 SECRETARY Elain Earley Myers '60 PAST PRESIDENT Edgar Franklin Parker’57 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Term Ending in 1980 F, L. (Bill) Britt '52 J, Bryan Smith '55 Robert Lewis Mitchell '52 Charlotte Woodard '76 Mark Jenkins’79 Term Ending in 1981 Term Ending in 1982 John Baganakis '62 Sandra Gatling McCoy '62 Wayne Cosby ’61 Elizabeth Forbes Futrell '33 Rev. Patrick Dudley Neal '68 Miss Edith Merritt '43 Susan Bolton Strickland '74 Olivian Winslow Mundie '72 Gary Williams’65 Dr. Alton Parker '39 Ex-Officio Members: Frances Redwine Harris ’69 Charlotte Woodard Garris '76 James Earl Taylor '54 Y? >6 Art for Residence Lobby The entrance lobby of West Hall tias been brightened by a colorful wall mural painted by Eileen DeSpagna, sophomore art major from Valley Stream, N. Y. She painted the wall of the men's residence hall at the request of Mrs. Alice Vann, director of residence hall life. Eileen is secretary of the College Art Society and a graduate of South High School. PAGE FOUR Recognized for Masonic Service William B. Sowell, left, and Ben C. Sutton admire certificates and pins presented to them recently by American George Lodge No. 17, of Murfreesboro, in recogni tion of their 25 years as a Master Mason. Sowell, a professor in the School of Graphic Communications, was made a Mason in Pageland, S. C., while Sutton, Chowan's business manager, received his Masonic degree in Mebane. Posternock Joins Admissions Staff Michael Alan Posternock, a native of Wildwood Crest, recently accepted employ ment with Chowan College as an Admissions Representative to work principally with secondary schools in New York and New Jersey. “He has been employed from September through December, a period when heavy demands for travel are placed upon members of the admissions staff,” said G. Thomas Taylor, director of admis sions. Continued Taylor, “Posternock should represent Chowan College well. He relates well with people. He knows Chowan and the benefits available to students who study with us.” Posternock is a former photography major and quarterback on the football team. Students from the Northeast have increas ed their interest in Chowan because of the low cost and variety of academic pro grams.' ‘Most of Chowan’s students from New York and New Jersey enroll in math- science, pre-engineering, printing technology, photography, and art. Many of these students, both men and women, par ticipate on one or more of the nine inter collegiate athletic teams,” continued Taylor. THE CHOWAN IAN USPS 715-880 Chowan College, Murfreesboro, North Carolina, a standard junior college con trolled by the Baptist State Convention and founded in 1848. Designed, edited, and printed by the students and faculty of the School of Graphic Communications at Chowan College. Send changes of ad dress notices to The Chowanian, Chowan College, Murfreesboro, North Carolina 27855. Published six times a year in July, September, October, December, February and May-June. Second Class Postage Paid at Murfreesboro, North Carolina 27855 THE CHOWANIAN

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