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  • The Glenville Mercury Number II Glenville State College, Glenville, West Virginia Friday, November I, 1974

    Representatives of GSC in "Who's Who" are, seated from L-R are: Pat Thomas, Vickie McCracken, Kay Woody, Judy Ditlow,Sherry Horne, Sharon Wiseman, Sherri Catalano, Sandy Roberts, and Marlena Smith. Standing are: Bruce Brummage, Randy Hunt, Barry Lyons, Rich McFee, Roger Allen, Dennis Pack, Joe Mills, Bob Maynard, Jeff Garton, Chuck Julian, and Steve Rice.

    Ministerial Assoc. To Assist Students

    A body of interested representa-tives of the Gilmer County Minister-ial Association met with Student Af-fairs Staff members and President D. Banks Wilburn on Monday October 21, 1974 to discuss the possibilities of providing a united effort to serve the counseling needs of students at Glenville State College.

    It was noted tha t the counseling experience of the ministers along with that of the Student Affairs Staff could be utilized in establishing a network of "helping professionals" that could be on call at any time that a student felt he had need of professionaJ assistance with crises, deciSions, or problems that surface from time to time.

    Each person at this meeting a-greed to """Ii< closely together as counselors for students asking their assistance and as referral sourcess for those who feel that a student could benefit by counseling inter-views with these persons.

    The Student Affairs staff in at-tendance were Mr. Kermit Kinder Director of Guidance and Counse: ling , Mrs. Jean S. Wright, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, and Dr. A. T_ Billips, Dean of Student Affairs. These persons can be contacted at their offices during college hours and at their homes afterwards. Their home telephone numbers are Kinder-(Grantsville) Ph. 354-6445; Wright-(Glenville) Ph. 462-7590 and Billips (Glenville) Ph. 462-8623.

    The Ministers 10 attendance Con't on p. 4

    The W. Va. Library Commission announces the following schedule for the Flying Book Express in Gil-mer Co.: Normantown-William's Grocery, Mon., Nov. 4, 1-3pm. Glenville-Main St., Mon., Nov. 4, 4-7pm and Tues. Nov. 5, 1l3pm.

    SFA Converge On Campus Saturday

    Some 200 students from 26 dif-ferent high schools will converge on the GSC campus tomorrow for a one-day Teacher Education Career Planning Seminar. The students are members of Students for Action (SFA) and National Honor Societies in their high schools.

    The purpose of this seminar is to acquaint students with college curric-ula in the areas of early childhood. elementary, secondary and special education. The meeting is also de-signed to give the students a general idea of opportunities available in these fields as well as to give them a preview of college life.

    The prospective future teachers will hear Dr. Clarence Maze Jr., Dean of Academic Affairs speak about requirements for admission, admission procedure, and financial matters.

    Dr. Woodrow Morris, Chairman of the Division of Ed uca tion , will present an internal view of the ele-mentary and special education fields.

    Dr. Theresa Gray and Mr. Gary Adkins will discuss early childhood and secondary programs respectively. Mr . Joseph Hickman, Placement Di-rector, will speak on misconceptions

    Con't on p. 4

    Members of the choir rehearse for "Superstar"

    Superstar Played By Mr. David Bush

    On December 12, 13 and 14 at 8:00pm, the Glenville State College mu sic department will present Je-sus Christ Supeutar in the GSC aud-itorium . The rights to perform this rock opera were obtained through the Music Theatre International. TI-e ll'usic of this internatiQnally known is by A ndrew Lloyd Webber and the lyrics are by Tim Rice.

    Cast in the role of Jesus Christ is Mr. David Bush. Dave is a music ma-jor (baritone) from Grantsville, WV.

    Mary Magdalene will be played by Ms. Jackie Stricker, a music ma-jor (piano) from Clendenin, WV.

    Judas will be portrayed by Rex Coombs. Rex is a music major from Sutton, WV.

    Hugh Givens is cast in the role of Ciaiaphas. He is a music major from Elizabeth, WV.

    Portraying Herod will be Gordon Allen, a music major from Charleston, WV.

    The part of Peter will be interpre-ted by Gary Bramble. Gary is a mus-ic major from Ronceverte.

    Rick Waller, a post-graduate stUd-ent from Elkview, WV has been cas-ted as Simon.

    Pilate will be portrayed by Jeff Efaw. Jeff is an art major and 'hails from Middlebourne, WV.

    The orchestra, under the (Iirec-tion of Mr. Edward M. Vineyard , is composed of Mr. Brian Bevelander-piano and electric organ; Bob Cot-trill-acoustic guitar; Will Piggott-bass guitar; Rick Hickman-drums; Carol Dennison-flute ; Sandy Rooerts and Kay Siaughter-darinet ; Linda Kippisch-bassoon; Chuck Heman-trumpet and Arlie Osbourne-trom-bone.

    The chorus for the mob and crowd scenes, under the direction of Ms. Kay Strosnider is comprised of Mary Prather , Linda Cordray, Marty Harmon, Jane Harry, Sherry Horne, Vicki Jones, Shae Turner , Greg James , Teresa Propps, Stanley' Tay-lor ,Debbie Randolph, Carla Rector, Annette Gill and Bill Barron.

    The technical assistants for the production are Joe Boyd , Dave Brown, Ann Isenhart , Tom Isenhart, Kim Johnson, Judy Ditlow, Gary Gillespie, Raylene Ray , Janet Cun-ningham, Stephanie Davis, Chuck Crookshanks and Carol Hilleary.

    Admission to Superstar will be $1.00 for GSC students and faculty

    Con'ton p. 4

    31 Honored By Who's Who Thirty-one GSC juniors and sen-

    iors are represented this year in Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities. The students who have been selected are: Roger Dee Allen, Paul Virgil AYers, Bruce H_ Brumage, Sharon Lynn Catalano, Susan Ann Chapman, Judith Ann Ditlow, Joseph Jeffrey Garton, Barbara Jean Groves, Curtis Elliot Harper, Melanie Lynn Hess, Sharon Lea Horne, Gary Lee Humphreys, Randy Hunt , Kimberly Annette Jones, Charles A_ Julian, Barry Robert Lyons, Vickie Diane McCracken, Richard McFee, Charles Robert Maynard, Ann Craft Miller, Joseph L. Mills, Dennis Pack, Mary Jane Prather, Stephen W. Rice, Sandra Lea Roberts, Marlena Sue Smith, Patricia A Ilene Thomas, Charles Brent Whit", Arthur Wilt, Sharon R. Wiseman, and Kay Ellen Woody.

    Mr. Allen, an elementary educa-tion major from Charleston, WV, is an active member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity as well as Student Congress representative, WGSC radio announcer, and Louis Bennett Hall Vice-president to name a few of his activities.

    Mr. Ayers, an elementary educa-tion major from Ripley, WV, is active in fraternity life as he has held offices of scholarship chairman and ritualist in addition to other outside activities such as Kappa Delta Pi, Student Education Association, and the Historical Society.

    Mr. Brumage is an art major hailing from Wellsburg. This active senior has served as Kanawhachen editor, Ohnimgohow president, Stu-dent Congress representative, Mercury reporter, and Alpha Psi Omega prest-den t Drama and technicaJ thea tre are prevaJent in his immediate future.

    Ms. Catalano, language arts major from Spencer, has been active in the realm of journalism holding the posi-tions of Editor-in-Chief, assistant editor, news editor and feature editor. As well as being chosen 1972 Out-standing Cheerleader in the WVIAC, Ms. Catalano served as Student Con-gress parliamentarian and Delta Zeta press chairman.

    Ms. Chapman, elementary educa-tion major from Weston , is a sister of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. In addt-tion, she has served as Panhellenic representative, Student Congress treas-urer and 1974 Homecoming Queen.

    Ms. Ditlow, elementary education major from Harrisville, WV serves as Head Resident Assistant of Pickens Hall as well as Ohnimgohow secretary.

    Mr. Garton, history major from Weston, WV, serves GSC from seve raj facets such as Student Congress Presi-dent, Sta te Student Advisory Council to the Board of Regents, and repre-sentative to State Legislature.

    Ms. Groves, social studies major from Summersville, WV, has served as WGSC radio news director and committee member of Academic Affairs. She also was active in Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority as she has served as membership director, par-liamentarian, corresponding secretary, and scholarship chairman.

    Mr. Harper, business administra-tion major from Ripley , WV, has achieved an Associate Degree in Forest Technology as well as being an active member of Tau Kappa EpSilon fraternity, Student Congress Vice-president, and Activities Com-mittee chairman.

    Ms. Hess is an English and speech major from Elkins, WV. Ms. Hess has been an active sister of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority as well as

    reigning as Miss GSC of 1973. and Alpine Queen '74.

    Ms. Horne, music comprehensive major from Ripley, WV, is presently reigning as Miss Jackson County. In addition Ms. Horne is extremely active in music on campus and is a sister of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority.

    Mr. Humphreys, business adminis-tration major from Erbacon, WV, is an active member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in which he pre-sently holds the office of treasurer. Humphreys has also served as !I'C president, Dormitory Judicial Board member, and FAO committee mem-ber.

    Mr. Hunt is a physical education major from Valley Fork, WV. Hunt has served on the English Proficiency and Lyceum committees and is pre-sently a three year letterman on the Pioneer footbaJJ team.

    Ms. Jones, early childhood major from Glenville, WV, is a member of the Student Education Association and is a past president of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. In addition to membership in Phi Beta Phi , Ms. J ones was a mem ber of the Mercury staff for four years as an IBM opera-tor.

    Mr. Julian is a library science and English major from Wheeling, WV . Julian has received outstanding recog-nition in library science in add ition to his elec