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October 26, 1967
Political Clubs Elect Officers, Attend Conventions
Democrats, Republicans Plan Activities
Extensive planning began at the
organizational meetings of the
Young Republicans and Young
The Young Democrats Club be
gan its year under the leadership of
Juiianne Parham, president; Betty
McNeil, vice-president; Bonnie Pop
lin, secretary; Dellla Edenfield, trea
surer; and Sandra Holder, publicity
chairman. Plans for future monthly
meetings include a speech by Mrs.
Nancy Chase, representative to the
State Legislature, and a faculty-
student panel debate on a current
political issue. Several members re
cently attended the state convention
Long-Range Planning Begun
(Continued from page 1)
jectives of Meredith College. The
chairman is Dr. Ralph McLain.
The faculty committee, headed
by Dr. Lois Frazier, will make
recommendations for faculty wel
fare, growth, standards, and organi
The committee for academic pro
-ams will work with such prob
lems as adding or discontinuing
major fields, advanced placement
with credit for entering freshmen,
and policy differences within the
departments. This committee in
cludes five student members, Jeannie
Sams, Lynn Dodge, Jane Leonard,
Shan Pruitt, and Susan Hout. Dr.
Leslie Syron is chairman.
The inter-institutional committee
will be needed as resource personnel
for all other committees. The chair
man is Dr. John Yarbrough.
The committee for instructional
processes will deal with the problems
of grading, attendance, assignments,
and instruction improvement. Its
chairman is Mr. Henry CofFer, and
its voting student members are
Susan Chapman, Fatsy Wilson, and
The calendar committee will try
to decide on a feasible number and
leng^ of terms each year, the pos
sibility of a five-day week, and the
desirable length of exam periods and
holidays. This committee is headed
by Dr. Sarah Lemmon. Student
representatives are Evelyn Carter,
Susan Stone, and Alma Jo Hall.
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The committee on admissions and
retention, headed by Miss Mary
Bland Josey, will deal with problems
such as admissions standards, finan
cial aid, and projected enrollment.
Student members are Mary Owens,
Nancy Boyd, and Suzanne Carpen-
The student personnel committee
for services and activities is headed
by Mrs. Carolyn Grubbs. Carolyn
McGrady, Carol Price, and Agnes
Stancil are the student members.
Recommendations will be made by
this committee on matters such as
faculty and student committees, stu
dent government activities, and
future residence hall and staff needs.
The continuing education and
community services committee will
consider the program and policies
of students returning to Meredith
after a break in their education. The
chairman is Dr. Charles Tucker;
student members are Cookie McGee
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At its recent first meeting, the
Young Republicans Club initiated
its year by electing officers. They in
clude Carolyn Langhome and Vir
ginia Young, chairmen; Geraldine
Futrelle, corresponding secretary;
Rachel Blanton, recording secretary;
and Teresa Creagh, treasurer. The
club presently plans to join the Na
tional Federation of Young Republi
cans and to attend the state conven
tion at Chapel Hill in early
Both clubs anticipate an active
year and urge all interested students
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Thursday, October 12, the east
ern division of the North Carolina
Association of Women’s Deans and
Counselors met at North Carolina
State University. Miss Lucile Peak is
serving as the executive secretary
for the N.C.A.W.D.C. Wednesday
night the executive board were guests
on our campus.
Miss Lucile Peak,, assistant dean
of students, received her Master of
Arts in student pereonnel this sum
mer from the Ohio State University.
Also, Mrs. Dorothy Foster Mc
Combs, librarian, was awarded her
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