VOLUME IV. NO 2
CHOWAN COLLEGE, MURFREESBORO, N. C„ NOVEMBER, 1952
The Chowanian Staff
Hour Is Heard
Each Sunday morning Chowan
College is represented over
Ahoskie’s Radio Station, W R C S,
at 9:15. The program comes your
way; bringing you the past week’s
news of happenings around the
college campus. Usually this new'S
is presented by a student of the
college. Often guest speakers are
also rendered by members of
our faculty. Special music is
featured on the program. The
speakers are sometimes members
glee club, and sometimes outsiders
render music for us.
If you have not been kee.ping up
with happenings of your neighbor
ing college, remember to listen to
the program ne.xt Sunday from
9:30 A. M.'
Twelve Chowan College B. S. TJ.
members attended the North Caro
lina Baptist Student Convention in
Raleigh on November 7, 8, and 9.
The keynote of the convention
was “Christ Must Reign.” The
program included addresses, feat
ures — panels and discussion
groups, Sacred Concert, Special
Music, and Fellowship periods.
Miss Betty Jane Thompson,
Senior at Woman’s College, pre
The convention wa^^senjoyed very
much by all students who attended.
EDITORS AND REPORTERS—
Front row, Gloria Cox, editor;
Edith Vick, assistant editor; sec
ond row, Martha Grimes, tele
typesetter; Margaret Bridgers
religious editor; Blonnie Bridg
ers, former business manager
who has since married and was
succeeded by Betty Lou Rein
hardt; Janet Burden, feature edi
tor; Joyce Parker, advertising
manager; back row, Shelton Sut
ton, sports editor; Watson Mc-
Keel, assistant sports editor; Miss
Addie Mae Cooke, faculty advisor;
Shelton AsbeU, reporter; Mrs.
Bela Udvarnoki, faculty advisor;
and Robert Earl Bag'gQtt, circula
The B. S. U. has sponsored some-
very inspiring vesper services of
which the candlelight service was
the most outstanding.
This service was led by Mr.
Henry L. Reeves, Charles Middle
ton and Imogene Finch.
Charles Middleton rendered a
solo, accompanied by Imogenie
■ oh, after which we had the
pleasure of hearing the recordings
of three selections by a choir from
Nashville, Tennessee. Joe Lang
:.i;d Jean Lewis gave us their
The service was carried out m
1 beautiful way and was very
impressive. Each one present will
iKvays remember it .
Plans Are Made
For Game On
CHOWAN COLLEGE INIVITES
SENIOR FOOTBALL STARS
FROM AREA HIGH SCHOOLS
Under the auspices of the Mur
freesboro Exchange Club, the Cho
wan College Braves are inviting
picked senior stars from high
schools in this and adjoining
counties to meet with the junior
college team on the afternoon of
Thanksgiving Day at 2:30 p.m. for
See PLANS MADE On Page Eight