North Carolina Newspapers

    ipril 20. 1961
NORTH C-.uCLIK., „£.oLEY.ir:
Vol. I, Wo. 4
PAINT, PAPER, TOPS???,
Keys
paper
locking the doors to the
and jars of paint . . .
Girls hammering out bottle tops . .
Chapel . . . Cars bul^ang i,ith rolls of
Students making hasty exits from cl.iss and heading to the boiler room
. . . The din of hammers on metal rising even above the iuke-box ( a
fairly impossible feat).
all this sudden revival of interest in the
the biggest event of the year—the l-esleyan
-.hat
affairs
Colie e
can account for
at . esleyan? -vhy,
Spring Formal.
The Formal
day, April 22
will be held Satur-
in the Chapel in C-
ti . Bids,
couple,
Friday,
be sold
A Ivame-The-annual Committee v/as
appointed April 19 and handed out
ballots in Assembly today to be
used for suggestions to name the
annual.
Each student has b'.„i ^issigncd
a number v/hich v;ill be keot sec
ret. vrfhen a student prepares to
hand in his ballot, he v/ill see
Jack Price to receive his number,
place it in the right hand corner,
put the ti.r.e on the billot "^.nd
turn it in to a member of the
Committee.
If one name is submitted by two
people, the one bearing the most
recent time markinr/ will be elim
inated. A name picked by the
Committee v/ill be presented to
the student body to be accented
or rejected. In the case of re
jection, a new name will be pre
sented.
The merbers of the Committae
are !.ar. aret ..alters, Judy Big s,
Susan Black, Jimmy ..heeler, Patsy
Patters6n, Louis iVomble, Larry
i;atthews, Vickie vaalker, Kr. ..'al
ter Gray, and i.'rs. Ncn Harrison.
win- from 9 p.m. to 1 a
at the price of ,-4.00 a
v/ill be on sale until
April 21. Bids ’will not
at the door.
The '"Ebonons”, a fifteen-piece
band from ..ilson, v.ill provide the
music. The theme of the Formal
has been kept a secret by the raon-
bers of the Social Committee and
will be revealed to the students
only when they enter the building
on the night of npril 22.
The climax of the evening will
be the crowning of a King ^and a
^'.ueen of North Carolina ..esleyan.
The boy and ■ irl were voted on by
the students on April 10 and the
results ^have been kept a secret
by i'.rs. Eleanor -vilkinson, adviser
to the Soci.'il Committee, and. 'the
two faculty members who helped to
count the ballots. The King and
ueen v/ill be crov/ned at eleven
o'clock by Lrs. -.•ilkinson. Presi
dent Thomas ii. Collins, and Evelyn
Harris, Chairman of the Social
Committee, The ueen will re pre
sented one and a half dozen long-
stem, American Beauty Roses. The
King and 'ueen v-ill reside, nomin
ally, until next spring.
vVpnder \>/hat those bottle tops
are for? . . . v;onder? . . .
    

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