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NOVEMBER 4, 1966
by Tina Ussery
The Gardner-Webb Department of Nursing presented the
program at the regular meeting of the Cleveland County School
Masters’ Club, on October 24. Representing the Nursing De
partment was Mrs. Grace Lee, Department Head, and instructors
Mrs. Shirley Toney, Mrs. Glennie Beam, Miss Mary Ann Kelly,
and Mrs. Hazel McNeely and Linda Lavender, a nursing stu
The program centered around the
development and growth of the
Associate Arts Degree Nursing pro
gram in the U.S. with Gardner-
Webb Nursing Department as the
The newly elected freshmen class
officers are; President; Aileen Dune-
dant; Vice-President; Caroyln Ropp,
Secretary; Linda Olive, and Treasur
er; Maxine Lyda.
Congratulation to the former ludy
Knighton, freshman Nursing stu
dent, who is now Mrs. Tommy E.
Ford, as of October 15.
A FOGGY PERFORMANCE—Shown here is just a few members of
the seven high school bands from this area who were on hand for
homecoming. The fans enjoyed this spectacular performance, before
the fog came that is.
The YWA has begun its year’s
activities in fine fashion. Under the
leadership of Miss Susan Grant,
president, a meeting was held early
in the year to organize. On October
18, the YWA sponsored the program
for the General BSU meeting. Miss
Vivian Wilson, Home Missionary to
the Good Will center in Granite
City Illinois, presented the ;iory of
a young girl and what the mission
had meant in her life. The story was
told by means of slides and a tape
The YWA is striving to become
an active, serving branch of the
BSU. They are attempting to sup
port all phases of BSU life and to
plan worthwhile activities. Already
planned are several community mis
sions service projects including shut-
ins. and study of Southern Baptist
Each year the YWA sponsors a
Sweetheart Banquet in February.
Newly elected Vice President, Sue
Doolittle, and social Co-Chairman,
Brenda Walsh and Jolette Gobbel,
are already working with Miss
Grant in planning for this event.
Girls, YWAs are for you. You
are invited to become an active
member of YWAs. Missions meet
ing are monthly, and service pro
jects are scheduled, occasionally.
This is Russ Kennedy of Balboa Island, California, on an in-port field trip as a student aboard
Chapman College’s floating campus.
The note he paused to make as fellow students went ahead to inspect Hatshepsut’s Tomb in the
Valley of the Kings near Luxor, he used to complete an assignment for his Comparative World
Russ transferred the 12 units earned during the study-travel semester at sea to his record at
the University of California at Irvine where he continues studies toward a teaching career in life
As you read this, 450 other students have begun the fall semester voyage of discovery with
Chapman aboard the s.s. RYNDAM, for which Holland-America Line acts as General Passenger
In February still another 450 will embark from Los Angeles for the spring 1967 semester,
this time bound for the Panama Canal, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco,
Spain, Portugal, The Netherlands, Denmark, Great Britain and New York.
For a catalog describing how you can include a semester at sea in your educational plans, fill
in the information below and mail.
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