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The. GlenVille Mercury Homecoming Plans . GlenVille Mercury oL XXVII. No. 1. Glenville State College, Glenville, W. Va. Wednesday, October 5, 1955 Homecoming Plans Readied Nine Faculty
The. GlenVille Mercury Homecoming Plans . GlenVille Mercury oL XXVII. No. 1. Glenville State College, Glenville, W. Va. Wednesday, October 5, 1955 Homecoming Plans Readied Nine Faculty
The. GlenVille Mercury Homecoming Plans . GlenVille Mercury oL XXVII. No. 1. Glenville State College, Glenville, W. Va. Wednesday, October 5, 1955 Homecoming Plans Readied Nine Faculty
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    The. GlenVille Mercury oL XXVII. No. 1. Glenville State College, Glenville, W. Va.

    Wednesday, October 5, 1955

    Homecoming Plans Readied Nine Faculty-Members Are Added To Stafl

    Glenville State college has added to its faculty this year nine profes-aors, four or whom are alwnni or tb1s institution.

    "nlese new professors and the tlt}ds they are teaching are: Prof. ,lasephine Fidler. assistant librarian IDd library science; Prof. Frieda Eube, d ietitian and home economics; Prof. Virginia West, English and Journalism; PJ;of. Leland E. Byrd, physical education and basketball - ; Prof. William S. E. Coleman, tpeeeh and dramatics; Prof. Henry

    Colorful Event Brings Alumni To Alma Mater

    Festivities Include Game, Parade, Meetings, D-.mcc; Coronation Is Highlight

    By CONNIE St\ i\I S

    "I Love a Parade., is being all over campus and

    this week as the spirit State college'a

    annual Homecoming: re,igns supreme in the minds

    lllliiiill!of the townsfolk as well as in the minds of the college stu-dents. J. Pasthoff. m usic; Prof. Jerry W . According oo oUicials who have Hodges, English; Prof. George How- been mapping p lans for the high ... ani. education; and Prof. John V. iN,ght soc1al g,nd' aLhletic event of 'White. mathematics. t.he Fall season, this year's home ..

    Miss Fidler Joins FacuJty conung activities will feature 60 A native of G ilmer county, Prof. l.lnits in the parade, and sLx high-

    Josephine Fidler is a.n a.lumna ot school and junior high school Glenville S tate. Holding the posi- ,bands. tion ot assista.nt librarian and 1n- Followmg the homecoming pa ltructor of a library science class, trade, cor;>nation ceremonies will .lf'le received her A.B. degree from serve as a fitting prologue to the bere in 1954, and she has done 22nd p.nnual homecoming football ~T&duate study at Indiana univer- con test between Glenville State lity. college P ioneers and Concord col-

    =fn:r~e~e~~:;; 0:.0~~;~ ~~: Queen Susan and her court pictured above will reign as royalty on Homecoming, Saturday. These lflvcly lege Mountam Lton~e nomics instructor. She received her ladies are, left to rght : ~s Fisher, senior; Elda Utter back, Juruor; Queen Susan Arnold ; Barbara. Royce, fo~ad m ~~~~nt mot the P~~~h w~~ B.s. degree from The Stout Insti- iOphomore ; and Pat \Vhlte, freshman. College street with the rest. of the tute in 1943 and in 1955 an M S umts joining t.he parade a t. the

    ::=~~~~:::GE~~~~~ Queen Susan Arnold Reigns ~~::~~~; ::::ra::Z :~~~Vi::nth:i;e::: end ot lng as adviser for the Mercury and d H . E For Upperclassmen Harold "Wild K iLty" Wilson, ;..':"st =:d ~~.c!:;.: ~~ At 22n omecomtng Each year the upperclassmen see ::~~~. ~r~~r~~:n~~~~~str~~ Glenville S tate 1n 1941, and M.A. i t that the ..freshmen have an where it will turn r igh t a nd d isband from West Vrrginia University in S usan Arnold of GienvHle was to exercise t.heir ''hid- (Cont inued on page 4) 1950. She has done graduate work at -elected Homecoming Queen XVl, Tomorrow a t 10:10

    tContinued on page 2) and John Lazear of SistersVme wa.s th e da.te tor this freshman

    will consist of en - Lyceum Card Bart, James Edit Mercury

    Virginia West Takes Helm of College Paper

    M lS! Arnold, a. d aughter oi Mr. anJ ~ Simon Arnold is a busi-ness ma jor. S he is a member of Kappll Chi Kappn sorority, and a. Ionner president of that orgt~.ruza-tion.

    Lazear, a veteran, is a physical education major. He 1S a

    Yvonne Hart a nd Shirley J a mes of Kappa S igma Kappa. fraternity !have ~en named co-editors of the and commander of the Veteran's Meroury sta.ft for the present a.ca- club. demic yeu , according to M LS3 Vir- Classes elect Princesses ginia West, new s taff adviser. Pnnce,ses from each class have

    A sem:>r majoring in English and been chaaen by tndlv1duaJ class speech. Miss James is a graduat.e e lectlCJns. Th~e selec~ were Lots. of Gassaway h igh school and is Fisher. senior; Elda Utterback, .starting her ,second year with the JUnior: Barbara Royce, sophomore; college paper. She is also preslder.t and P a t Wh1te, freshm an. of Alpha Psi Omega honoraey A-Uss Fisher, daughter or drama tic rratermty, v1ce president tContlinued on page 2> of the Ohnirngohow P layer5, mem- -- ----ller of the debate squad, Kana .. h a Enrolllnent Hits Ball governing board re prescn ta- tlve and was a.ssocla ce editor of An All-ttme H tgh c.he yeorbook last year. W "th 604 St d t :\Ills.~ Hart, a junior English ma jor l U ell S who $Taduated from Clay County Glenvitle State college hit an all-high school, ~ now in ~r third t.ime record this fall wllh an en-year on the Mercury. She ~ t reas- rollment of 604, a gain of 12 per W'er or the student council, cor- cent over last }'ear's record enroll-responding secretary of Xi Beta ment Tau SOi'Ority, member o! SCA and Th~ average yearly

    from 1945 to 1953 was approxllnate-

    Social Calendar Wednesday, Oct. 5, 7:00 p.m .-

    Swimmint Tbunday, Oct. 6, 8 p.m.-LY

    ly 349 with the highes t m 1947 and the ltJ\ltest in 1945 when the fig-ure dropped to 130. This yea r t.here .are 248 freshmen and 396 upper -cl~mcn enrolled.

    and secondary educa tion ofT-campus teaehing in

    central West. Virginia., .Prof. Nelson Wells of

    educaUon department,

    by va r ious m embers freshman class. Pat staTkey o s t

    Sing an Original SOng and giVe pentng e IDOllOlogue.

    Kenneth P ost and Herman Book- :Doraine, Ellis to Present will present n umbers on Ule Colorful Show Tomorrow

    A qua.rtet.te, Orton's Four, provide musical numbers, and A ::.erie~ of five programs scpcd--ltader of the group. Or ton uled by the GJenville S tate college , wBl play his "Sweet Potato." lyceum committee will be initiated

    will be given by ton1orrow n ight at 8: 15 in the audt-Mccarty and Harr) Siers. tortum when Doraine anrl Ellis

    attractions on the prOorrrnm present their repertoire of oostnrned be Oscar .Anderson and Ws d\!et.s of !a.nous musical comedies

    it~v smlle: Pat:.sy Garrett, Pat1and light operas, Lyceum Chairman

    and Trent Bush. Carl Kerr ha!:. announced. Following this, the ROTC Glee

    cluO of West Virginia State college will give a concert here on Nov. 15. This organi7.ation has won wide accl::~.im for the fine qualJLy of its t>i.nging: and Pl'Omi.'>es to be one ot

    Alunmi directory under the the highli~hts of the serie~. 1 editorsh ip of Prof. B essie Sc~aue.d l>r~enls R.ectta.

    will be read y for dlSt.ribu- . AmErican P1arust Alf1 ec! Schln-. N nb 1ed, who h a.s a pveared throughout

    to a rec~~t a~~~un~~~:;; 1Lhe .coun ~l'Y a.s ~t.h a r eeit.alist and of an a lphauctlcal solo~st vntl~ leadmg symphony or -

    s.Jl gradu ates of U\e college chestras, Wlll perform here on Feb, its founding, t.he directory 2

    mdlcste the addresses, classes, Irving B ecker , noted Violinist occupations of all foruner (Continued on page 2)

    who could be reached dur-time the informat ion was Lazear Leads Sn3.ke Dance

    gabhered. directory will provide a list classes graduated from Ul.e and normal school and the

    of those classes. I n addi-

    ceum Saturday. Oct. 8, 10:00 a.m.-

    Homecominc Parade; 2:00p.m. --Gam ~Pioneers v!!. Con

    . eurd; 9 :00 p.m.-Homecoming Da noe

    P rts ldent Harry B. Heflin com-ments that "The increase in en- Eleanor Kay Mulllns is teach-.rollment was limited to the above ing elementary and secondary mus-flgures by the tack of housing and ic at. Bunl6vllle. Others at Burns -other physical facilities. are Deloris, Lynch, phy.5ical

    the directory will contain a ot aU known former faculty

    as well as the pre.sent

    Led by the Pioneer, J ohn Laz-ear, the a nnual snake dance will form in front of the gymnasium .at 6:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7. The croup will be led through a nd around ca.mpus buildings, down Main street, and will pause un-der the stop lig h t for some yells lt d by the cheerleaders. The group wilL., then proceed to Rohr-bough !ttadium where :.. huge bonfire will be burning. The coa ch and football players will be introduced and a p~p ra llY wiU be held.

    Sunday, Ocl. 9, 6 :15 p.m.- Ves-_. Tuesday, Oct. u , 6:15 p.m.-

    '1\'AA.

    Approximately 200 s tudents wish- and Mrs. Nancy .(;rose ep. to have caunpus housing who English and mathemat.-could not be accommodated. campus housing for women was filled m AprU, and for men a slight-ly later d.!lte. Housing facilities in INc>rm.an'Lown

    '------------JI town are limited. "

    2500 Copies Being Printed '1\\'enty- five hundred copies ot

    directory are now in the pro-of belng printed b;y t he Me-

    Printing corn;pany. At p res-have ordered 1900 copies.

    ...... ,,,w'''"" direet.on e.i may be obts iu-(Oontinued on page 4) IL------------

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    Page Two THE GLENVILLE MERCURY , I

    T~~:'::vh!:~ ,!!~'::~~~:~:~omecoJf ing a success, we offer our thanks. We speak not only for

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    the editors and MERCURY staff, but for the entire stu- dent body when we say that we deeply appre~iate the inter- ;! est of the town people, the alumni, faculty members, and all students.

    We b~lieve tho e responsible for the success of event should be doubly commended as time has been limited! and begiJlning school activities have been hea'Vy. Many have worked frantically in order to make this day a success, and we know it will be as great as it always is. May all enjoy the festivities as much, or perhaps even more, than in previou years.

    TQ a ll Glenville Stnte alumni, we extend a welcome. We hope :rou'll enjey your stay on campus and that you will come back soon.

    Again, our heartfelt appreciation to tho~e who will help to make this om most festive weekend of the year-a never-to-be-forgotten HOMECOM