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    'plans may day
!Ihe May Day festival -iJill be held as
part of the conrnencenent program, this
year, in order to enable parents,
friends, and alumnae to vatness ■ both
events; whereas, due to gas raticninr.,
they might be able to.be pro sent only
'at one. This change in custom is more
advantageous not only for thisroasen
but also because an this time of yei;r
the mounds vjill be at the height of
their beaut:;
bhus furnishing a more-
attractive b.'.ckground for the occasion.
The date of ^^B.y Day hds been set for
Saturday, -t*iay It, at four o'clock in
■ the afternoon, and v.’ill bo presented on
the lawn . in front of Andersen
auditorium.
'This year's Ify Court vdll be an
exceptionally beautiful cno. -'-t will
be .an enthralling moment when the
attendants, in their dresses of gy
colors, proceed across ’che lawn to the
sweet streins of the "Triumph March",
fcllov;ed by
and our May
the lovely Maid of Honor
Qucf n,
Virginia Abernathv. ,
hell Eo.' shoad and
GRADUATION EJJ.RCT'S.ES
The f’-ccalaureate sermon will be preached
on flay 16, at i0;4b a. m. by the Rever
end h'. E . Dendy of 'hcavf t villo .. Dv-,
Julian S. liilJer f Chiu-io'Gte, North
Carolina, ■.•■.iM. dc live.-' f!ic .oommorcerr.ent
addro'
this ve.ar .
Ll-
.:iller
th.o
editor' of "ho Gherlxtie Chper';on.and is'
a vrxv poovlav o,'Oo''cr. 'Aie eeriMieWce
ment exerciser will be held at ID o'clock
in Anderson 4uc'i+-rri'..m on HaJ'- 17.
Tnc observance of Easter '.'/ill begj.n
this year on ,F-.lm Sunday. Tnc Choir
and the Glee Club will unite in singing
songs representative oi the season,
such as V,osanna" by Greircr and "The
pelms" by Faure.
In the mor.ning cf Easter, April ^'-■5, the
C'. llcge '.nd High School Y. P. C. Ce'un-
cils will conduct a customary Sunrise
Service at Chapmr;.n Home. ihe- impress-
•ivc service wdll consist cf scripture,
pcens, the Easter story„ nroy. r, nd
"songs. "Ec.l’', Hclv, Holy", ‘'Sirnrisw",
:.nd "Christ Is Risen" xdll bo sung, the
latto.r just as the sun ris s. xlio pro-
gr..m is under the direction of tht two
Chairmen of' Lift Enriecrment, ‘-’..i-. Li...'..n
and Ka.ry Go wen.
i-unong the. songs to be sung by the
■Choir at the regular Church service arc
"An j-.nge 1 Said to lii-ry" ano. Sc^nc and
’■•r-.yer" irem Co.’llei-s. uus bicans, by
S Ct.' ♦
The Ccllpge Y. P. C» '•'•nil present "The
Thcrn-Crcwncd King," the first Easter
c/'.ntatc. gi/’'on a'./ Hc'ntrc n. Appr jxi-
•latelv th.'-r-ty Choir ?cc.-nbers -v-ill parti
cipate in the cantata. There will be
scios- by 'Virginia nbernath-g Llizs.beth
i'ertin, snpr.'..no.s; i..i'.'.r'bha ,.hite, Potty
'■mus, 'u.nd J..nc B,.fhim, alocs. Betty
I'l.yus, Clu irmin of Music i is in charge-
c.f arrangements. ' The Ci..-n'b 'ca i.3 under
the direction cf Hiss Loodhcusc: and i-,c-
ccmpwnicd by Hiss Lord. ■
    

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