VOL. V, NO. 5
WINSTON-SALEM STATE COLLEGE, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Three 'A' Students
Lead the Dean's List
For Spring Semester
College Set For 75th Year
Three students earned “A”
averages during the spring se
mester at Winston-Salem State
College to top a list of 173 stu
dents making the Dean’s List, it
was announced last week by
Mrs. Frances R. Coble, college
A total of 90 seniors, 41 jun
iors, 28 sophomores, 12 fresh
men and two special students
made the list.
Earning “A” averages were
Patricia Johnson, a junior from
Tobaccoville; William Gay, a
sophomore from Rocky Mount,
and Ruth Riley, a special stu
dent from Mui'physboro, Illinois,
and Southern Illinois Univer
sity. Jacqueline Davis, a senior
from Durham and Barbara Ship-
mon, a freshman from Wilming
ton, topped the list for their ^
classes. : . 1 I v
Other students on the Dean’s ,.««5
SENIORS — Betty J, Acey.
Peggy J, Aldridge, Dianna J.
Bailey, Juanita D. Beasley, Bren
da Chambers, Willietta H. Cun
ningham, Dorothy Davis, Ethel
Dubose, Peggy Dulin, Deitra D.
Eaton, Estella E. Evans, Laura
E. Ford, Andrea T. Garner, An
gela Jarrett, Arthur Jarrett,
Dorothy Kimbrough, Ruth Little,
and Shelia McCorkle.
Also James McMillian, Betty jcjuini' Campbell and Ernestine Walker loaded with books descend stairs in the C. G. O’Kelly Li-
Manning, Susie Nance, Joseph i„.ary.
E. O’Pharrow, Wilma Peoples,
Sandra Phillips, William Poun-
cey, Barbara Puryear, Tommie
M, Robinson, Yvonne Shields,
Kathleen B. Shipp, Elizabeth
Tanner, Sandra Thomas, Ernest
Thompson, Clarthria E. Wherry a “great event” is taking place
and Sandra Wilder, all from on the campus of Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem. State College. Books are begin-
From other North Carolina cit- ning to stroll — by carrier, hu-
ies: Eutrilla Byers of Charlotte, man and machine — from the
Sonja Alston of Pittsboro, Jac- old library to the new C. G.
queline Parker, Sandra Jones, O’Kelly Library, pending the ar-
Patricia Walker, and Virginia rival of furniture and depending
Watson of Durham. Catherine on the weather. Mrs. Lucy Brad-
Streeter of Greenville, Mamie shaw, head librarian (since
Day of Scotland Neck. Susie Si- 1963), is busy planning just how
ler of Greensboro, Biffy Watt this will be done,
and Nannie P’oster of Reidsville, “The opening date for the C. G.
Ella B. Belle of Carthage, Mar- O'Kelly Library has been set ten-
ion Alston and Mary Whitaker tatively for Sept, 1,” Mrs. Brad-
of Enfield, Marva James of shaw said. “Just how the mov-
Jamesville, and Claudia Cherry ing process will be done is not
of Sharixsburg. known.”
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Library to Move
To New Building
I5y Dollye Evans
Mrs. Lucy Bradshaw, librarian, works in her new oilue.
Tresident Kenneth K. Williams talks with senior ninsinf
student Marian Greene in front of new
W-S State to Hold
Winston-Salem State College
will observe its 75th Anniversary
this 1967-68 School Year. A va
riety of events is planned.
Each month of the school year
will be highlighted with a con
cert, dance recital, speaker or
The highlights of this school
year will begin with Opening
Convocation (Founder’s Day)
September 24. 1967 at 3 p.m. in
Fries Auditorium. Dr. Francis L.
Atkins, former president of Win
ston-Salem State College, will be
Tentatively set for Oct, 11,
1967 is a visiting scholar from
the Piedmont University Center.
Dr. Thomas K. Cureton will
speak Oct. 23, 1967. Tentative
plans have been made for an
other visiting scholar from the
Piedmont University Center, Dr.
The annual homecoming fes
tivities are scheduled for the 27th
and 28th of October with the
Alumni Ball, parade, football
game and Victorv Dance. October
29, 1967, the C." G. O’Kelly Li
brary will be dedicated at 3 p.m.
in Fries Auditorium. The speak
er will De Watts Hill, Jr., chair
man of the North Carolina State
Board of Higher Education.
“Lost in the Stars,” a Broad
way dramatic presentation, will
be presented Nov, 7 or 8, 1967
at 8 p.m. in Fries Auditorium.
Dec. 5, 1967 a concert featur
ing Simon Estes, bass baritone,
has been tentatively planned for
8 p.m. in Fries Auditorium. The
Annual Christmas Concert is
scheduled for Dec. 10, 1967, at 5
p.m. in Fries Auditorium.
Tentatively planned for Jan
uary, 1968 is a concert by the
Chicago Little Symphony Or
chestra in Fries Auditorium.
February (or March 1. 1968 in
Fries Auditorium is a concert
presented by the Play Bach
Trio. On the 28th of February,
Dr. Louise Bates Ames, Gessel
Institute of Child Development,
New Haven, Conn., has been ten
tatively scheduled to speak.
The new classroom building
will be dedicated in :March.
Exact date is to be announced
at a later time. The annual Unity
Dinner-Dance sponsored by the
Alumni Association, will be held
March 16, 1968.
From the University of Penn-
A new classroom building will sylvania. Dr, John Snell, a visit-
open at the beginning of the scholar of Piedmont Univer-
school term in September. It will git\- Center, is scheduled to
be officially dedicated on cam- speak March 28. 196S. This pro
pus in March. gram is tentatively set.
The building will be for all The Annual Parents Day Pro
education classes. Currently gram is April 7. 196S. Tentative-
most education classes are held ly planned to speak April 25,
in Carolina Hall with others in 1968 is Dr. Northrop Frye from
Eller Hall and Hill Hall. The the Victoria University, Toronto,
faculty offices are scattei-ed in Canada.
various places. All the faculty The Annual Awards Day is
offices will be in the new build- scheduled for May 1. 1968. The
ing. exact time will be announced
One room will be a special lab- later. Sunday, May 26, 1968,
oratory for reading. baccaluaureate services will be
The building will have 16 held in Fries Auditorium. Tues-
classrooms and 30 faculty of- day, Jvlay 28, commencement ex-
fices. ercises will be held.
“There will be no new sub- Alumni, students and friends
jects added to the curriculum,” are cordially invited to attend
said President Kenneth R. Wil- the events scheduled for this
liams. anniversary year.
—Dollye Evans —Polly Goolsby
New Plant to House
Classrooms and Offices
Of Education Dept.