North Carolina Newspapers

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David McHam shai. superlative and most recent- This is the first in a series of
ly elected to Who’s Who in Ameri- X^OIITICS articles which will contain infor-
The one who worthily receives can Colleges. mation of interest to young men
this place of honor for the month some of the interesting things ™°st of you students here at who face the possibility of entering
of February is David McHam, whom Billie’s personality just lit- Gardner-Webb this will be the fii'st the armed forces. These articles will
every one Ls seen as an outstand- fe instance, time since your birth that you have contain information on di ferent
mg figure aiound nevereven'^bothwf her9 If^'yw want mSsuftto?® Most probably you phSfs on the'" phases which would
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gress. David was also a member of rently psychology heads the list on and ing naval aviation cadets. This ca-
the National Honor Society, a ' for goodness sake don’t join a poll- det training leads to a commission
Junior Marshal, a Senior Honor and saence would be the last. If nartv lust because vour pa- to the rank of Ensign in the Navy
Stuaent, and winner of the citizen- Billie has a pet peeve it is that she t c p^ y ^ belonged to that or second Lieutenant in the Marine
.hip award as a senior. ^i^oufa mi^tSe' ° S TJau^r thl'°S to bad Corps. This program is open only
David attended Wofford College v, o government. We must think however to college students and requires that
for one semester and then came to Above all, Billie likes have a jerms of who is best suited for an applicant will have completed
Gardner-Webb simply because he good time and enjoy lip. West W g which candidate will do at least sixty semester hours or at
liked it and it had to offer him would be lost without her infecti- country as a least ninety quarter hours by the
what he wanted. At Wofford he was laugh. whole. Remember to put your coun- time he enters training,
president of the freshman class, a Last summer Billie worked at welfare of all above any You will receive 18 months tram-
member of the Wofford B.S.U. Caswell Baptist Assembly. Because of label. That is what makes ing as a Naval Aviation Cadet with
Council and also of the city B.S.U. she likes religious work, she plans America the country that it is. pay of $109.20 a month. In addi-
Council, and he handled Wofford’s to work with the State Mission condensing the whole political tion, the government supplies food,
sports publicity. Board. After that she is not exactly j.Qblem to Gardner-Webb let’s re- lodging, uniforms, medical treat-
' , u,, V, ■ sure about her plans. Either Stet- plppHonr tW snrine ment and a $10,000 insurance policy
Here at Gardner-Webb he is ^on or Appalachian will be her fu- nnw fo^ someonrXi with premiums paid by the govern-
president of .he sophomore class ^jj^a Mater. Later she wants ? /Up rharnnt^r leadCTsWo Ind ment while on active duty. Three
manager of the basketball team, and teach or do social work. pn " to ^ifde vour ^udent body leave periods totaling 30 days will be
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life for nearly twenty years. For . g active this year than months of commisisoned service, you
twelve months he worked as a re- f- "nd Ms done fine job may apply for - commiss^n in the
porter for the Spartanburg Herald nf ninnina- matters If we are to Regular Navy. If you elect to re
newspaper. He has made many CompUS OutpOSt student government why turn to civilian Me after complet-
friends as a result of thumbing 5,200 ^ ^ not have one that has power and is «g your four years contract^ the
miles to Canada and working on the SAM O’NEAL operated for the good of all Naval Air Reserve 'n-aming Com-
Staff at Ridgecrest. He has an . , h ° „'cl «and will assist you in civilian job
interesting hobbv of writing letters I suppose, if it could be classified Finally it would be wise to be placement.
e^Deciallv to pen pals David is as such, you will find the largest thinking about the Honor System program offers a higher op-
known as the fCnder Of t?e “Fod- family in Cleveland County on G. L here at «ar'lner-Webb^ Som p,y level than will
deroeckine Club" and was later Hill at Gardner-Webb College. I pie have the opinion that it wont ^^g j^yailable to draftees and is an
elected president’ of the organiza- say family because all of them live work, but it workes at the UNC, ^tti-active offer for a college stu-
as one large, happy family, laugh- and Limestone and numbers of other ^g^j. regardless of whether or not
ing together, crying together, and colleges perfectly. If all are Chris- expecting to make a career of
David is better known to some of sharing with one another the dark tians who claim to be so, the Honor military or naval service,
his friends as Joseph F. Potts. H^ j^^d bright side of life as all press System would surely click. Think pm-ther information and applica-
philosophy on life is “just don’t forward in our preparation for our it over. Are you Christian enough blanks can be secured by writ-
worry about it, ’cause I just don’t Master’s service. Seldom is there a to trust yourself? Your neighbor? Command Liaison Office,
know what to tell ya.” night that there are not two or If you are you should be in favor 2 U S Naval Air Station, At-
three couples gathered together of the Honor System and make the Georgia.
studying or sharing the lighter mo- year of 1S53 a year of G.W.’s most
Selective Service
something done, ask a busy person. Someone has asked, “Who lives TVTt' fl Tl cks TeSt
not a person with plenty of time” on G. I. Hill?” There are seven- ‘ -i-eligible students who intend
is true, then whatever you need teen families there: The Abram’s, TS.Tot3!7- Pr\C+ to take the Selective Service College
done, ask Miss Billie Sue Richard- Sullivan’s, Vance’s, Simmon’s, Dod- iUKoO iN t: W r UOl Qualification Test in 1953 should
son. Having a lot of work (and gin’s, Pope’s, Gibbs’, Riggs’, Rain- jjje applications at once for the
honors) on her shoulders is not new er’s, Whisnant’s, Barnes’, Helmn’s, Rev. Garland A. Hendricks, di- ^pj.jj 23 administration. Selective
to Billie. At Bessemer City High, smith’s, Kimberlin’s, O’Neal’s, Hen- rector of church community de- ggj.vice National Headquarters ad-
she was editor of not only the an- derson’s and the Thompson’s. — velopment at Gardner-Webb Col- today.
nual but also the paper; a marshal whoo — I didn’t realize there were lege, has been appointed to the application and a bulletin of
(chief during her junior year); Sec- so many in the family until I faculty of Southeastern Baptist information may be obtained at any
retary of the Beta Club; Secretary started this article. All of these Seminary at Y/ake Forest. He will gejective Service local board. Fol-
of the Student Government; Treas- families have children but the assume his new duties as professor lowing instructions in the bulletin,
vj-er of the Glee Club; Cheerleader; Riggs’, Dodgin’s and O’Neals; but of church community development ^j^g g^udent should fill out his ap-
and Valedictorian (a cool 96.4 aver- the Dodgin’s have gone into the at the seminary next summer. plication immediately and mail it in
age). No wonder she was a superla- “Bird Business” and they have a He came to Gardner-Webb Col- the special envelope provided. Ap-
tive. v.nique family all of their own. Like- lege in 1950 and has made an out- plications must be postmarked no
I, ^ ^ r. m wise the Riggs’ and O’Neal’s each standing record. He is author of i^ter than midnight, March 9, 1953.
Here on the (^rdner-weDD cam- ^ave a beautiful cocker spaniel pup- “Biography of a Countrv Church,” Early filing will be greatly to the
pus you cannot help knowing py_ and they too escape the mark of an interpretation of the 100-year student’s advantage.
Sue, that is unless you are a ner- ^ “home without a family.” growth of the Olive Chapel com- Results will be reported to the
mit, for she IS Y.W.A. Presiden^ M- recently had some new munity in Wake County, has writ- student’s Selective Service local
longs to th^e FT.A Home familv the Pooe’s ten a weekly newspaper column and board of jurisdiction for use in con-
Ec Club, an^d Glee Club; IS A~^^ t«kinL tL ™any articles for various denomi- “dering his deferment as a stu-
nr' nv°er’ of^T She has ^ an ™r’s takin^'^toe h^use® left va^ national magazines. dent, according to Educational Test-
on the May Court and a cant by the Moseley family, Mr. and Rev. Mr. Hendi'icks is a native of ing Service, which prepares and ad-
Homecoming^ ^s. Lseley, “Kippy” .-Pnf- Na«h Oountv and a graduate of ministers the College Quahf
the rewards from her work? A mar- fy.”
■ college days that wOl
If the old saying, “If you want never be forgotten.

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