Vol. 13 No. 7 1®’ 1978 Gaston’s 3M Company Marvin President’s Honor List Announced The following students had attained a grade point average of 4.0 on twelve or more hours of work for the winter quarter. Jimmy Dale Hogue and Glenda J. Riley from Belmont made this list. Students from Bessemer City include-Susanne M. Farris, Cheryl D. Newman, Wallie K. Pasour and Charles A. Walton. Judy D. Tate and Kay H. Turner from Cherryville were also on the list. From Dallas there were Paul L. Aber nathy, Geri L. Lyles, Nancy A. Smith and Michael R. Turner. From Denver were Janice E. Howard and Wilma D. Howard. Students from Gastonia include-Amy K. Anders, Donna M. Angley, Janet M. Beal, Sarah J. Boyd, Earle D. Christian, Susan D. Qem- raer, Marcia F. Clevenger, Harold D. Crisp, Angela H. Dalton, Sharon L. Daniels, Marta L. Davis, Carol L. Elliott, Elaine C. Gibson, James J. Gibson, Kenna S. Gibson, Betty E. Grier, Deborah C. Hudson, Susan D. Humphrey, Bahman M. Jahanian, William V. John son, Harlan C. Markwalder, Roger Odell McClure, George R. McGee, James L. Miller, Judith M. Miller, Kathleen E. Quinn, Michael G. Ramsey, Sharon A. Rhinehart, Carol E. Roberts, William B. Rockett, Jane E. Shepherd, Mildred L. Tate, woody W. Walker, Dianne M. Wingo, Dick d. Wooten and Susan C. Zemp. Students making this list from Kings Mountain were- Walter L. Boyd, Penny J. Grenne, Debra K. Hinson, Cynthia L. McDaniel, Lynda H. Stewart, Lynda H. Suttles, James F. Wilson and Sandra G. Wingo. Elizabeth A. Hord from Lawndale also made the list. From Lincolnton the stu dents are-Richard W. Cau dill, Donna G. Garrett Clifford G. Gore, Earldene Y Michael, Mina H. Mofrad Suzanne H. Welsch and Vickie C. Willis. Students from Mt. Holly are James R. Best, James M. Henley, Sharon A. Holden, Mary J. Lark and Bobby D. Norwood. Ruth A. Dean from Pineville also attained the required average. Sandi Merkel and Brenda D. Woody from Shelby were also included on the list. Students from Stanley were Cindy L. Helton, Reginald M. Smith, and Kathy M. Summey. Students from Maiden making the list were Janice J. Drum, Paul G. Thompson and Sandra H. Tucker. Lisa C. Newell from Clover, SC was also included. Wins Spring elections were in the air on May 2. Gaston held its SGA election for execodve officers. Winners were: the incumbent president Mr. Terry Messer and his running mate for Viee-Presl- dent Mr. James E. Smith; Miss Anna Golio won the position of treasurer, and PhyDis Hofistlckler became the secretary. On the county scene Potter McAteer won over George Jenkins in the Democratic Primary race for county commissioner. Senator Helen Marvin won the Democratic nomination again for the seat she now holds in the N.C. Senate. Congratulations to these Gaston Winners. Messer Spring Fling Successful Monday April 24,1978 was the kick-off of the SGA’s Spring Fling. From 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Pam Hallman and Roimie Gant provided entertainment in the Myers Center Cafeteria. The “Blue Grass and Country” group “Plum Hollow” played from 7:30 until 11:30 p.m. Monday night. During the lunch hour on Tuesday, an Amateur Hour was held with a few of Gaston’s student partici pating. Tuesday night the group “Wide Open” per formed for the second time this year at Gaston. Dr. Joe Mills presided over the mid-day “50’s Disco”, with a special guest appearence by Gaston’s own “Andrews Sisters.” From 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. a Cook Out was held for the night students. Nostalgia movies were shown from 6:30 until 7:00 p.m. They were: “Who’s On First” with Abbott and Costello, “The Big Mouth” with Jerry Lewis, and “Hoi PoUoi” with The Three Stooges. On Thursday a Laugh-In take off on the SGA was staged starring the candi dates running for the SGA offices for next year. Later in the day a Disco was held in the Myers Center. Friday wrapped up the week with a Cook Out for the day students and a Top-40 Disco from 8:00 p.m. until midnight. Donna Angley and Carol Coley deserve a vote of thanks for co-chairing the Social Committee respon sible for this Spring Fling. McAteer ICC Sponsors Club Day May 10 Club Day will be spon sored by the ICC on May 10, 1978 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Everyone is urged to participate since this is Gaston’s first annual Club Day. The purpose of Club Day is to publicize the various clubs on campus and to raise money for club frinds. A preview of what to expect features a variety of activities. The Psychology Club is planning a “Para psychology Booth” with “palm reading” and “Bio- Rhythms” for $.25 each. The Outing Club plans to hold a series of field events. Entrants into these contests will pay a $.50 entry fee. Prizes will be awarded. The Outing Club will also sell fresh lemonade at $.20 a cup. The AEYC is sponsoring a cake-walk at $.50 per entry. They also plan to sell jewelry and other small items at their booth. The Industrial Engineer ing Technology Club offers you a chance to workout your frustrations on a car. You may use a small sledge hammer for $.25 and if you can lift it, a large one for $.50. The Foreign Language Society will be selling Mexican tacos again for $.50 and French Crepes for $.35. They also plan to have a dart board set up. The Gamma Beta Phi Society will be running a photobooth featuring nos talgia props. They also will be selling freshly popped popcorn. The Civil Club will be demonstrating their equip ment for a small fee of $.10. You will get a chance to estimate a distance between two visible points with the closest estimate winning a prize. The SNA will sponsor three booths. You may get to dunk your favorite teacher for $.25. A sweet shop will be open to tempt you from your diet, and you may place a buddy in jail at the third. The BSU will have a “pie-throwing” booth. For $.25 you get a chance to smack A.C. Sherrill in the face with a whipped cream pie. Dr. Dean Jones encour ages everyone to get into the swing of things and participate. Also everyone is urged to dress up in circus or ‘90’s costumes or old clothes they don’t mind getting dirty. This could be Gaston’s event of the year—so come on out.

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