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MARS HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, APRIL 9. 1^
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EDNA CORPENING MOORE DORMITORY
No. 12
FINAL EXERCISES
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T^arenc Deliver
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lette, Jj •-
Roberts,
fording to President R. L.
charge R- N. Sims, Sr., of Ra-
om Maij will deliver the commence-
1 address here on May 28.
>ims is one of the out
ing lawyers in the state and
the woesent he is President of the
brigades
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^ sa\ Carolina Baptist State
west!” 1
Sntion.
JJ , W. Huff, registrar, an-
*^6d that 150 students would
ilrs. II ,
/e diplomas this year. This
Lee, aJj largest graduating class in
ffcs. [listory of the school. Last
^“"■fl41 students graduated.
e baccalaureate sermon will
'elivered on May 22 in the
?o church. The speaker for
Occasion has not been select-
but he will be announced
n the next few days.
GO.," graduation exercises this
I are expected to be attended
d jvery large number of people,
inew Edna Corpening Moore
litory for Girls will be dedi-
I at this time and many for-
RY l^tudents are expected to re-
FORENSIC TEAM ENDS
A SUCCESSFUL SEASON
Squad Enters Three Tourna
ments During Year; Win
Many First Places.
Winning honors in three tour
naments, the forensic squad, un
der the direction of Professor
J. B. Huff, debate coach, and
Miss Bonnie Wengert, head of
the Expression Department, has
had a most successful season.
Speakers have entered the
Strawberry Leaf Festival of Win-
throp college, the Appalachian
State Tournament at Boone, and
The North Carolina Junior Col
lege Forensic Tournament at Ca
tawba college.
The season was opened in No
vember with the sending of a
delegation to the North Carolina
Student Legislative Assembly in
Raleigh. Over one hundred stu
dents, representing 18 colleges
and universities in North Caro
lina, attended the conference,
which was the first of its kind in
the South.
Eddie Lieberman won the
Dixie championship for the sec
ond straight year in the Straw
berry Leaf Festival at Winthrop
college in December, competing
with senior college speakers from
a wide area. Flowers Clark won
first place in the second round of
debating; John Ball, Warren
Smith, Thomas Freeman, Jesse
Moore, Ruth Martin, and Eugene
(Continued on Page 4)
arren Smith, of Jessup, Ga.,
of the class this
: Prances Ward, of Rober-
|lle, is vice-president; Coun-
•innell, of Henderson, is sec-
y; and Virginia Anne Cra-
pf Booneville, is treasurer.
Glee Club To
Present Radio
Program Thurs.
'ew B.S.U. Officers
J.S.U. officers for 1938-
|9 were elected at the reg-
r chapel hour Wednesday,
ise named to replace the
l^^^.ring staff were:
Isident—W. R. Wagoner.
IORR%t Vice-President — Katie
luth Grayson.
ond Vice-President—Eliza-
eth Coppedge.
•etary—Mary Ruth Hardy.
[responding Secretary—Bill
ngell.
. j^iday School Superintendent!
LMU-Bill Davis.
|sociate Superintendent
^^y^^j“Banner Shelton.
Fifth Program In Radio
Series To Be Presented
By Chorus
Next Thursday night at 8:30
o’clock the fifth program of the
Mars Hill College “On the Air”
series will be presented over
station WWNC. The college
chorus under the direction of
Miss Zula Coon with Miss Martha
Biggers as accompanist, and Miss
Mildred Gwin assisting, will pre
sent an Easter music program at
that time.
One program will remain of
the present series, an original
play by Miss Janie Britt, adapted
(Continued on Page 4)
NEW DORMITORY NEARS COMPLETION;
TO BE DEDICATED AT COMMENCEMENT
Vocational Week
To Be Observed
On April 11-15
R. N. Sims To Deliver Main
Address At Formal Ded
ication On May 26.
Bringing speakers to the
campus from various walks of
life, the B.S.U. will sponsor
“Vocational Week,” April 11-15.
This week is observed for the
benefit of students who are and
will be choosing vocations and
seeking careers.
Beginning Monday, Harry W.
Lane, insurance official of Ashe
ville, will speak on “Careers in
the Business World.” The Rev-
( Gnntinimd
NAMED FOR MRS. MOORE
President Sees School Grow
In His Forty-One Years
Of Service
B.S.U. Climaxes
Year; New
Officers Named
Built by funds contributed to
the Enlargement and Endowment
Program, ably headed by Pro
fessor Hoyt Blackwell, by the
many friends of the College, the
new Edna Corpening Moore dor
mitory for girls north of the
(Continued on Page 4)
'retary—Rachel Templeton.
,r. U. Director — McLeod
■ryan.
ociate Director — Daphne
enny.
•U. Secretary—Nancy Win-
;on.
A. President — Mabel
uth Harrell.
B-President—Helen Crutch-
eld.
Ct
ige Church President—
hn McGee.
I’etary—Betty Norwood,
ssurer—Sara Lou Smith,
resentatives:
nisterial Conference—
harles Trentham.
■n Representative — Polly
uff.
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MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF MARS HILL COLLEGE
Climaxing a year’s work, plans
have been under way by the
B.S.U. Council for selection of
next year’s council members. Bal
lots were made out by the re
tiring counefl from recommenda
tions by the student body, and
the new council will begin to
function immediately.
A schedule of future and past
events is as follows:
April 3: B.S.U. Council met
with the Religious Life and
Training Committee of the Fac
ulty to decide upon the names to
be placed on the ballot.
April 5: Chapel Program:
“Jesus Real to Us.” John McGee,
“Jesus Real to Us through Fel
lowship with Him”; Mary Sim
mons, “Jesus Real to Us through
Service for Him”; Bill Davis,
‘Jesus Real to Us through the
Application of His Teachings in
our Lives.”
April 8: Election of B.S.U.
Officers. Literary Society Debate
Contests.
April 11-17: Vocation Em
phasis Week.
April 17; Both Old and New
Councils meet at Dr. Moore’s.
April 18-22: Training Course
for New Council.
April 19: Concluding Message
of the President of the B.S.U.
summarizing the results of the
questionnaire of last October.
April 23: Greensboro Spring
Retreat for the New B.S.U.
Council. Regional B.T.U. Con
vention at Waynesville.
April 26: Installation of New
B.S.U. Council.
April 30: Junior-Senior Ban
quet.
May 1; First Council Meeting
of the New B.S.U. Council.
    

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