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Volume xlix number 6
MARS HILL, NORTH CAROLINA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1974
F
MHC HECEIVES
Mars Hill-Mars Hill
College president Dr.
Fred B. Bentley was
presented a $3,000
unrestricted direct
grant Friday from
Eastman Kodak's 1974
Educational Aid Pro
gram.
Kodak's program a-
wards grants based on
the number of grad
uates from institu
tions who join Kodak
'within five years of
their graduation and
who are currently in
their fifth year of
®®Ployment. Kodak
contributes $750 for
each undergraduate or
graduate year comple
ted at a privately
Supported school.
This year, Kodak has
awarded $735,000 in
Unrestricted direct
grants to privately
supported institu
tions .
The grant was made
the name of
Stanley R. Sellstrom,
Asheville native
who joined Tennessee
Eastman Company in
^969, following his
graduation from Mars
^tll. Sellstrom is a
'^°®t accountant with
^e Kingsport firm.
^old Corn, also an
alumnus, made the pre
sentation.
Kodak's commitment
® higher education
$3 000
FOR GRANTS
is long-standing, dat
ing back to the early
1900's. It's Educa
tion Aid Program was
formally established
• in 1955 and has ex
panded to meet the
mounting financial
pressures of educa
tional institutions
and the need of so
ciety for capable
graduates from these
institutions.
The Educational Aid
Program includes: un
restricted direct
grants that help de
fray cin institution's
cost of educating
college students now
employed by Kodak;
grants for graduate
education and re
search at the doctor
al level in chemistry;
physics, engineering
and interdisciplinary
fields: special
grants to major col
lege and universities
for capital improve
ments , and endowment
campaigns and to lib
eral arts schools of
fering curricula of
particular interest
to the company and
located near the com
pany's major manufac
turing and administra
tive facilities; and
contributions to se
lected educational
associations that
foster the goals of
education.
Hawkins ohosen 1974 Homecoming Queen
Harold Corn, class of '67, presents President Bentley with $3,000 check.
26 SENIORS FROM MHC NAMED
TO WHO’S WHO
The largest number
ever selected for
Who's Who in American
Colleges and Univers
ities was made this
week as the Regist
rar's Office announc
ed that 26 Mars Hill
College students had
been named to the
honor.
The following twen
ty six persons were
selected: Susan
Christine Benjamin a
Music Performance
major from Charlotte
N.C.; Susan is active
in the MHC Chorus,
Alpha Chi, Student
Court, and is present
editor of the Laurel.
James Ray Bennett a
Physical Education
major from Henderson
ville, N.C., Ray is
active in Pi Sigma
Phi and the CSM Choir.
James Broadus Binton,
Jr. a Music Education
major from Forest
City, N.C.^ Jim is
active in the College
Choir and CSM
Robert Hamrick Causby
a religion major from
Shelby, N.C., Bob is
active in C.S.M., the
C.S.M. Choir and the
International Club.
Terry Don Chenoweth a
Business Administrat
ion major from Green
sboro, N.C., Terry is
a past cheerleader
and is active in Pi
Kappa Phi. Betty Jo
Cumbey is an Elemen
tary Education major
from Lynchburg, VA.
B.J. is active in
AHEA, Scribleus Club,
NCEA, French Club,and
Alpha Chi. Linda
Faye Davis is an Eng
lish major from Wood-
bridge, VA. Linda is
a member of Scribleus
Cl\ib, Alpha Chi and
is present editor of
the Cadenza. Susan
Elizabeth Doss an Eng
lish major from Wins
ton-Salem, N.C./ She
is president of Sigma
Alpha Chi and a mars
hal . Judy Maxine
Echols is an Home Ec
onomics major from
Mulberry, Fla. She
is involved in Cheer
leading, Sigma Alpha
Chi, Golden Girls and
Science Honor Club.
Ralph Elbert Fisher
Jr. is a Music Educa
tion major from Mars
Hill, N.C. Ralph is
an active member of
the MHC marching band.
James Claude Hicks is
a Music Education
major from Rockville
VA. Jimmy is involv
ed in choir, drama,
cheerleading, C.S.M.
and the C.S.M. Choir.
Pamela Wallin Hine is
an Elementary Educa
tion major from Mars
Hill, N.C.' Pam is a
marshal. Harold
Henry Hughes, Jr. is
an Accounting major
from Weaverville,N.C.
"Bud" is a marshal
and is active in the
Business Honor Club
and Alpha Chi. Sharon
Lynette Joyner is an
Home Economics major
from Concord, N.C.
Sharon is active in
AHEA, C.S.M., Golden
Girls, and is head
majorette. Janet Page
Lee is an Elementary
Education major from
Mars Hill, N.C. Janet
is active in Cheer
leading, Alpha Chi
and is a marshal.
Deborah Sue Miller is
a Physical Education
major from High Pont,
N.C. Debbie is active
in Delta Phi 2eta,CSH
FCA/ Golden Girls and
Pi Sigma Phi. She is
also head cheerleader
Dorothy Jean Minear
is a Mathmetics and
German major from
Vero Beach,FLA.Dottie
is active in the CSM.
Bruce Kenneth Murray,
Jr. is a Physical Edu
cation major from
Mars Hill, N.C. Bruce
is a member of the
Basketball team, CSM
Choir, Tennis team,
APO, and NEA. Susan
F. Perry is an Elem
entary Education ma
jor from Raleigh,N.C.
Susan is active in
Student Senate.
Lawrence Edward Pike,
III is an English ma
jor from Greensboro,
N.C. Larry is pres
ident of the SGA.
Daniel Stuart
Robinson is an Ac
counting major from
Paris, KY. Danny is
a member of the Foot
ball team and the
Business Honor Club.
Anita Kay Russell is
an Home Economics ma
jor from Albermarle,
N.C. Anita is Speaker
of Women's Council
and is involved in
AHEA, Alpha Chi and
Student Affairs Coun
cil. Paula Jean Sams
is an Elementary Ed
ucation major from
Mars Hill, N.C. Paula
is active in Sigma
Alpha Chi,and is Sec
retary of her Class
and a marshal.Richard
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