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Western Carolinian Volume 04 Number 07

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  • The Western Carolinian Don't Miss Commencement Western Carolina Teachers College Good Luck, Graduates! CULLOWHEE. N. C, MAY 28, 1936 W. C. T. C. BRIEFS SCHOLARSHIPS TO BE OFFERED It was announced a tew day by Dean Bird that there would ago New Staff For The Western Carolinian Is Selected With Dot Higdon as editor-in- chief and Merle Davis as business maneger, the following will fill the .Margaret Mc 46 Seniors To Receive B. S. Degrees at Final Exercises on June 2 d. the application id said that man office, and all of them were good; that it would be a hard matter to decide who should get the scholarships. MOORE HOUSE GOVERNMENT ELECTION The House Government of Moore Dormitory held its annual election of officers April 27th. litor, L Mian Wyat Lilian Sutto William Rice. PAGEANT WAS GREATSUCCESS Portrayed Development of Public Education In State Commencement Program MAY 31: M.—Baccalaureate Sermon—Dr. J. Henderlite Al.—Annual Message to Seniors— H. T. Hunter M.—Vesper Service, on Woodl Stage , JUNE 1: Alumni Day M.—Class Reunions M— Business Meetings M — Alpha Tan Pi Luncheon for ' iting Alumni. Faculty, Gra ates, and Alpha Phi Sigma M.—Commencement Concert TCKSDAY, JUNE 2: 11 :()0 A. M.—Commencement Address—Dr M. Proctor SUNDAY, 11 :()() A. 3 :(.)() P. 5:00 P. MONDAY 10:00 A 10:00 A 2:00 P. Commencement Address To Be Delivered by Dr. A. M. r*roctor .H. The prog am fc -Dr. tour-year s eniors are receive B; cheloi grees, was made pubh and The exe eises will o'clock Si, day norni with a bacc ate se Rev. Dr. . 11. Hen 8:00 P. -ank- Candidates for B. S. Degree vill ' i-msby DOT HIGDON PRESIDENT OF THE ALPHA PHI SIGMA At a tea given Wednesday after- Day 13th, given by Dr. and ! miter, Miss Dot Higdon was be acclamation the new r, Ment of the Alpha Phi Sigma The tea was held in the parlors of tary, Genella Allison. treasurer. Margaret McLaughlin, and sponser, Miss Alice Benton. CLASSES HOLD ELECTIONS FOR 1936-37 Tin' annual election of class officers was held May 19th to select Awyer Tilley of Cullowhee will Miss l.illiam Sutton of Sylva was elected vice-president, and MisS Emily Ferguson Palmer oi Clyde was chosen as secretary-treasurer. The junior class officers are as follows: Allen White of Kos.nan, as president, Dot Ormsby, of Rockingham, as vice president, Elizabeth Davis, ..I Newell, as secretary, and Herbert GibsoO, "I" Svlva, as treas- Th€ sophomore class lias not vet elected all their officers, but will do s,, ,11 the near future. SCIENCE CLUB HAS ENVIABLE RECORD The Science Club, in its infancy, has already made a record of which any Club might be justly proud. Only organized since Christmas, the Club has probably been the most active one on the eatlipus. At its meetings, there have been lectures by such men as Dr. Drover Wilkes and Mr. Thomas A. (ox. Only a few weeks ago it sponsored one "l • the best entertainments ever given on the campus -the amateur broadcast. It plans to make this an an- ual affair. Next, the Science Club, sent six of its members to the Vcademj of Science Meeting at Duke University. Lastly, it sponsored a series of talks given by De Metcalf of Stat* College. The officers tot the coming year are to be elected this week. Production Staff Amplify, Allison. Walter Burch Anderson, Fred Wilson Beam, John Durham Bowman, Thomas Clyde Buchanan, Pearle Caldwell, Lena Denise Cherry, Frank Lee Cordell, Mary Crawford, Frank Franklin, Nettie Viola |Gasperson, Martha A. IGulley, fane I Hall, "Harold Wayne | Helton, Bessie Jane iHoneycutt, Chloe Irene Hunter, Marthalou Jamison, Edna Magdalen j Keener, Lois Irene Keller, W. Harry jKidd, Eleanor Lackey, Lillian Plonk Love, James Pinkney McKinney, Wade H. McLawhorn, Reba Gray Mason, Mary Edith Metcalf, Mae E. Mull, Juanita Patton, Helen Rose Pharr, Ruth Irene Ray, Zula Wallin Sauls, Lucretia Schachner, Paul George Smathers, Helen Stall, Haselle Alexena Sutton, Alvin Mitchell Tucker, Neal Robert Tucker, Ned Jackson White, Lydia Elsie Whitmire, LaVerne Williams, Claude C. Williams, Rachel Isabelle Wilkie, William Howard Wilson, Charles Homer Woodard, Thomas Lee Young, Marjorie Helen Zachary, Guy Monroe Monday has been set aside as Alumni Day, with class reunions scheduled lor 10 o'clock in the morning and a business meeting at 1.1 o'clock. At 2 o'clock the Alpha Tau Pi will entertain visiting alumni, faculty members, graduates the a.ldi Besides B. S. degrees foi bers of the four-year senin diplomas are to be present* of the two-year graduating WHAT THE SENIORS ARE PLANNING TO DO Several of the four-year seniors were interviewed and asked to tell something about their plans and what they considered to be the happiest memories of their life at Cullowhee. These seniors were realigns and 1 ;hink Walter A Senior Remembers K. Hinds; parking supervisor, "C. F. Dodson; stage directors, Nelle Mines, fannic ( .oodinan, Anne Albright, Evelyn Coward, Lilla Ketch- in, Kilythc Walker, Sue Cox; secretary to director, Jane Hunter. The hard work and unfailing interest and cooperation of the members of this staff was largely responsible for the success of the pageant. Walter I'reston of the Dnivcrsity of North Carolina was the technical director of the pageant. Mr. Preston has had a great deal of experience in technical work witl, the Playmakers. He had general charge of the stage settings and the lighting. \ tth the aid of about ill students and carpenters and. painters from the community he erected the entire sets in two weeks time. The Setting The pageanl was given at the "Hillside Theater," the oval, rock- enclosed arena below the tramii school. The' grassy hillside risii from this arena furnished a tailo made gallery for the audience. |u the center of the arena was huge proscenium stave, panned Cobalt blue, with a classic borch 0f ,,ranee and gray. This stage w; „,ed lor indoor scenes, ad.Ire (Continued on Page Four) Four years is a long time when tie looks forward and such a short me when one looks back! Kspe- ially have these last four years eemed exceptionally fleet and crammed full of important events. hen I leave on June the 2nd I shall carry away as a symbol of a completed college course a leather-bound diploma. Bui in my heart, stored away for precious use in the future, is a procession of memories, some bright, others dull— verily a rosary for remembrance. Do you remember. Seniors, that we had tire biggest h'reshman class in the hislorv oi the college—the numerous picnics of our first year— winning the first annual Stunt Night with our h'reshman circus— four Freshman boys, Tommie, "Her ries," "Sol," and Hall, making Varsity basketball team the first edition of the "Catamount" choosing a name for the college newspaper— election of the first college Senate the "Yellow Sheet"—the college strike. 'Ihe superior feeling of a sophomore—Miss F.dgcworth's 'history lectures beginning English survey Reba and Frank—the first May- Day Festival the completion of tin good road from Sylva to Cullowhee —the rock wall in front of foyner -mixed dancing first allowed—the presentation of Pandora—the poptt- rity of "Look Homeward, Angel" -advent of "Shock." That Junior outlook—Ned is class resident—Junior class meetings— ic Junior-Senior Banquet—"The ath Of True Love"—being called before the council—Eddie is May- Queen—Burch and Genella's marriage— Climbing Le Conte—Miss Brackett catching you in the hall after ten-thirty. Senior honor and dignity—the Halloween Party—going to Sylva dances—"The Radio Broadcast"— Sarah Jean Allison—the genuine pipularity of Miss Albright and Miss Cash—the freshman keno party the Junior-Senior, with us ot the receiving line—practice teaching—Mr. Parker—the "Pageant"— the grand finale—dating on terrace on Sunday night—riding without permission—the new steps. Only one thing remains -the final processional up the church aisle— and all will be over. MISS MITCHELL GIVES STUDY COURSE Miss Cleo Mitchell, student secretary at Woman's College in Greensboro, was ,„, the campus last week to teach a B. S. U. Methods study course for the new I'.. S. C. council members, and to aid the council in making plans for the summer and opening clays next fall. shows that they are bc- o realize that school days be over for them. Thomas was the first man and he expressed himself very favorably for his old alma mater. Walter plans to to Rural Hall next year sume his teaching and coach- uties. Walter said, "Cullo- the school that made knocks imuphs a reality and 1 hope triumphs outweighed the knocks, certainly was the scene of cting a number of good friends." 1 will always remember the football and basketball trips as well as good times I have had in the dormitories." Frank Crawford was the next one in line and it seems that FTank has already lined up a good job in his home town of Hayesville, N. C, and will teach over there next year in the High School. Frank remarks that "I've enjoyed my associations with the pupils at Cullowhee more than anything else. It has seemed like home to me." /ula Ray was the first girl to come in the line of my vision and I found it was her greatest desire to become an English-French teacher and her happiest moment was "The moment I found that I had made an "A" on practice teaching" —well who wouldn't be glad and happy, too. Alvin Sutton came lazily up the walk and informed me that lie will probably teach in Forsyth County, and he said, "It is hard to define just what it is that has made my four years at Cullowhee so enjoyable, but I certainly expect to miss greatly the atmosphere of this campus after I leave." Not far behind Sutton came Lena Caldwell who says "she has something up my sleeve; therefore I can't make mv plans public." Well you can bet that Lena will (Continued from Page Three)
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