SEPTEMBER 9, 1966
Go Ahead —Do As You Please Ten Oufstanding Programs Lisfed
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us take for granted.
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ash trays, we cc
and drink cups
energy for such
spend nearly $600,000
Also, if you are si
boring you to the point that you
means write on the desks. After a
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'ledge of long walks to waste cans and
; floor. At our age, we can’t use our
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se. You pay 600 bucks a year in tuition alone, and
damage the desks the school officials can always raise this
tee to accommodate the extra cost. Don’t worry about the stu
dents who must attend this institution 10 years from now, no
Yes, in our conduct throughout the campus, we must al
ways be on guard to avoid developing characteristics of ladies
and gentlemen—we must, at all cost, cling to our old modes
and methods. Perhaps, if we work at it we can leave here as
uncouth as we arrived and go on to senior college with our social
pries which begins Sept. 20 with The
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GIRLS TAKE NOTE! Society has become a
'his year “Around Campus” will be devoted in ]
ivities of Gardner-Webb College.
Lora Julianne Hall, past Dean of Women of G.-W. became the bride
of William Henry Lewis on August 5th. They will make their home in
Atlanta, where Mrs. Lewis will teach school on the elementary level.
The 1965 Secretary of the Freshman Class, Peggy Ann Jones, became
the bride of Russell B. Scruggs on August 14th. They will make their
home in Shelby.
Nancy Underwood, last year’s Secretary of the Women’s Affairs
Board became the bride of James A. Blalock on August 15th. They will
make their home in Raleigh where Nancy is a rising junior at Meredith
On August 27th Mary Stoneburner and Sam Parsons were wed.
They are sophomores this year and will continue their studies at G.-W.
SPEAKING OF MARRIAGE
Mr. Lansford Jolley, chairman of the Social Studies Department has
started a class in “Sociology: Marriage and the Family.” At present
the class is open only to students in the Nursing Department. However,
it is felt that it will soon be open to all students.
A reception was held in the Day Student Lounge of the Charles I.
Dover Campus Center on September 1 to acquaint the freshmen with
some of their faculty and administration. Present for the occasion were
Dr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Poston, Dr. and Mrs. J. Thurman Lewis, and
Vice-President and Mrs. Thomas J. McGraw, Representing the students