ii 25, ;; ^ FOUNDER’S j; DAY ^ CThe Hilltop Published by the Stud^^nts of Mars Hdl CoUeje mars HD.I.. N. C. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 13M Number 2 the iee Club Chooses Fall Roster The music faculty has selected xot members for the Mars Hill Col- id Women’s Glee Club for 1954- le s. The group has had several re- )ut :arsals, and they have elected the andllowing officers: president, Dot- ros? Phillips; vice president, Jean ^asttyers; devotional chairmen, Sarah i tden Dozier and Mary Long; social ]])iiairmen, Mary Jane Northern an lail Fullbright; librarians, Carol re bn, and Suretha Knott; secretary, c jnarah Hudson. ,ee Miss Helen Hopkins, a new ■g 'aember of the music faculty, is di ke ector of the Glee Club, jg j The Glee Club is working on a g^ew name for the group, a inotm, ’ iind a hymn by which they will be recognized. Special small ensembles will be drawn from the group for extra services. The Glee Club will perform for the traditional pro- l) grams, and they are making plans j^Qjfor* special programs to be an- . jrjnounced at a later date. r>;v( The members of the group are ^ follows: Carol Ahn, Marie Atwell, ip, Martha Barnette, Sue Bishop, Louise ,-Bishop, Jo Bradley, Sylvia Brissie, 11 , Helen Brooks, Kay Castor, Martha q*. Corn, Iris Jo Cundiff, Sarah EUen V .Dozier, Molly Fennell, Evelyn ^ Floyd, Gail Fullbright, Barbara Gib- ; son, Carolyn Griffin, Doris Ann Gibson, Janis Hightower, and Mary ^ ^ Anne Hunter. rs B Others are Elaine Howell, Sara Hudson, Jean Harrison, Sally Joyce Huskins, Suretha Knott, Mary Long, Janice Miller, Betsy McRary, Jean Myers, Violet Moore, Joy Mc Gee, Peggy . Melton, Mary Jane JLE Northern, Doris Norton, MoUie Parrish, Dottie Phillips, Lee Pass, Sandra Pullen, Naomi Sheppard, Ann Shackleford, Louise Toler, Sue Tuttle, Carolyn- Welcn, and Cathy Wilson. Nine of the twenty-eight g^tcytanr FralclfMarf?Eto College Honor Clubs Induct New Members Monday, October 11. At the ^ ^ gj-oup will make a S. Logothia means “a study of God . Threat t .mdv of the Bible, first takiDg_^ S Honoi Club banquet in Srspiing will be in charge of the Bible Club this year. Business Club activities will be- ain with their meeting on Tu^ay, October 12 at 7:30 p. m. -n^Huff- man Parlor. The theme fm the pro- Btam will be "Helping Ourselves . New members to become a part of _,he__ club are: Patricm Heath Holt, Ashworth And Smith Push Radio, TV Programs under the faculty gX, e stG^dent assistants. Dr. R. L. Holt. Howard Webb and D^bale are ^ .^enty-fout Every Sarurday SXoTrrprelentTfacts about Mars Hill minute program is given. This progr p occasions College lo the radio audience. Programs ate ^ Different Feezor To Speak At Fall Revival Dr. F. V.. - - Secretary of the Texas Baptist Con vention, will hold the Mars Hill Baptist Church Novem ber 7 through the 14, inclusive. D . Feezor was here last spring Christian Focus Week on the cam- ^'^Dr Feezor attended Wake For est College, and is a graduate of the Southern Seminary m ^ouisv 1 . After finishing college he was calkd to the Tabernacle Baptist Church In Raleigh. N. C. He was teer pastor of the Btoadw^ Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. It is interesting to note that U . Feezor was Mr. Sodemans pastor when he was a iate in the Second Baptist Chute in Liberty, Mo. , , Dr. Feezor is to be one of th principal speakers at the N. C. Bnp- Bst State Convention the week fol lowing our revival. An extensive visitation program is being planned in connection with the revival. There are also to be opportunities for counseling. Ihe fPP , for the counsel leaders and plac«^^^^^ at a late mg will date. on wnicn lucy & , organizations of the campus part in these programs at certain times. On some programs officers about the campus or professors are interviewed. Many times the tor- 1 eicn students are interviewed, and I ngilfMl ^ express their C Feezor the General feelings about Mars Hil o LnTiRt Con- MaVs Hill will also have a thm Seven C-olleges To Participate in Conference Several SKops Openins Here A number of new businesses are being added to Mars Hill since the closing of the last school Among these new enterprises ^ ^ Florist and Gift Shop, to be located on Campus corner. J- M. Cox is owner and Juanita Blankenship, formerly with a Rutherfordton flor ist, is manager. j r- 'C Next door to the Florist and Gitt Shop -will be a Barber Shop. This will be operated by Earl Radford, who formerly had a barber shop here. The space behind the florist shop has not yet been rent^. Another new business which has been added to Mars Hill is tbe Laundromat. It is operated by Mts. Guy George. Since the beginning of school, this business has been rushed. Because of the rush, the laundromat has had to discontinue the laundering of shirts. A Feed Supply store operated by C L. Cox and J. M. Fish; a Hard ware Store owned by Coach Ed wards; Joe’s Electric operated ^ by Joe Hernandez; Mars Hill Drive- in operated by Eugene Reese; and a Watch Repair Shop, operated by Burns Baird are already serving customers. , or tne ciuu ■ The Social Studies Conference, Fleming, Shirley E>aniels, an participated in by teachers of socia ^^^^od. President Jack Lidies, in the seven Baptist colleges pj-^giae at the in Nor* Caiolioa, will The SciMerus Oub w.l^hoU Mars Hill campus Octol^r /5 ■ . .* —W/amn tn ^151 Mars Hirrwill also have a thirty minute television program on alter- Dr Robert L. Holt, vice presi dent of Mars Hill College and director of public relations, is pic tured above. Keeistratiou ^ next itguzet-x — o man parlor at two o’clock on Fr - Tuesday evening, October dav afternoon. The opening session parlor. The meet will be held in the Philom^hian . opened with a greeting at three o’clock, with C. C. ^^^^j^aed by the president, Charles -- M^iwknrC aitrenden of the St.,te Department pJwill give a de- m6inu6lS of Archives and History delivering thought. Ruth Putnam, as the keynote address. Spirit of Literature, will receive After a supper in the Blue „ew members into the club, at which Dr. Blackwell will official- members are: Joyce Allen, ly welcome the visitors, the evening gjj^abeth Frye, Mary Seel, an session will meet in Stroup Par^r^ Stamper. , Miss Fannie Memory Farmer, Judge program is entitled The of the Domestic Relations Court o Southern Renaissance”. It will be Cabarrus County, will speak on the the form of a sym- subiect "Legal Science and Social discussing the p^try of Science”. A social hour will follow Crowe Ransom, the meeting. . Donald Davidson, and Robert Penn The Saturday morning program Those on program are will include a breakfast in the fac- McCall, Hannah Blackwell, ultv dining room, and ptesenta- Bishop, Mary Lee Becton tion of papers by Robert Elliott o Herron, and Gardner-Webb and Buck program will conclude with Yearns of Wake Forest Jhe con- Pj fatmhar southern ference will be concluded with a business meeting. . . Qn October 12, the German Club Officers of the organization are meeting of the Miss Sarah Lemmon of Meredith (Continued on page 4) ties loi o- Saturdays on sntion ''iX LOS. ,d places for the counsel- programs should start early be designated at a later ]siovem-er. The Touring Choir will provide the music for the for mal opening of the television sta tion. The exact d ts for this op^n inc has not been announced. The college also has a fifteen minute recorded radio program ev- erv week on the Morganton station. This program is cut down from the (Continued on page 4) Miss bar an jlcuhxzwx* "-,11 , College, president; Harley E. Jolky, Mais*HiU, vice-president; Miss Les- Ue Styron, Meredith, “Fi liam\ Tioutman Gardnei-Webb director; and Robert O. Boston, Chowan, director. Colleges participating ottet than those named above ate Wingate, Campbell, and Wake Forest. The Selective Service Qualify ing test will be given in Mars Hill on December 9- All young men of draft age who are inter ested in taking this test should secure application from their lo- cal draft boards for the test. The Mats Hill Home Economics Club announces that oirk were initiated on Uctob« , 1954. The president, Carolyn Pate, was in charge of the candle-hght initiation service. Those initiated were Carolyn len Frances Ballard, Ruth Bishop Ma’rtha Britt, Peggy Byers, Maxine Edwards, Sara Fagan, Nancy Earn, Gayle Hudson, Ellen Hossley, Eon- rose Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Ken- 'n, Yvonne Lominac Caro yn Lawton, Lavenia Martin, Mary Vir ginia McCall, Lou Anne Osbourne, To Ann Phelps, Jane Poplin, Fran- ces Rowe, Shirley Sumner Elaine Sanford, Juanita Swann, Margaret Tankersley, Pat Thomas Marian Ward, Pat Watts, Ann Wilkins, and Sebelia Williams. The program consisted of a pan tomime entitled, "Tlae Challenge of Home Economics.” Those on pro- gram were Sara Fagan, Yvonne Lominac, Carolyn Lawton, Gladys Stamper, Marian Ward, and Jane Wells. Resional Clubs Being Organized Two regional clubs, Florida and Virginia, have completed their or ganization and have elected their officers. The Florida club has chosen as its president, Martha McLeod, Oth er officers are vice-president, Billy Geiger; secretary, Hetty Corey; treasurer, Larry Tucker; devotional chairman, Suzanne Nordstrom; cor- responding secretary, Gloria Gil mer; and social committee chair man, Patty Hutchinson and Nathan Brooks, J Jennie Sue Johnson was elected president of the Virginia club. Vice-president is Dick Sale and Shirley Daniels is secretary-treas- urer. . . Other clubs being organized are Georgia, South Carolina, Gastori County, Guilford County, Haywood County, and Mecklenburg County.