The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 19, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 13, 1962 Page: 1 of 6
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JUDGE GEORGE W. A^-'TTRCNG LIBRARY
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TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE
FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1961
Seniors To Visit TWC
Week-End Of March 16
THE ANNUAL WEEK-END ON CAMPUS, sponsored by the Student Senate, will be held 'March
16 and.17 on the TWC campus. Busy making plans for the week-end are Miss Susan Dunn, mem-
ber of the^dmmittee, Dean Wallace Graves. Student Senate sponsor, and Tim Russell, commit-
tee chairman. In the background is Miss Caroll Rudolph, secretary in Dr. Graves' office,
—Staff Photo by David Seal
Large Crowd Attends Homecoming;
Wakefield Named Alumni Of Year
The third annual Week-end or.
Campus, .sponsored by the Student
Senate, will be held on the TWC
campus Friday, and Saturday,
March lfi and IT.
The purpose of the program is to
attract to TWC a greater number
of highly promising prospective
students' by Jnviting them to th«f
campus and heir: <2^*.-em become
better acquainted with college rou-
tine and professors.
Last year, about . 50 students
from this area were invited to visit
the campus. They were nominated
by their principals and ministers
and selected by the Student Senate
on the basis of high academic-
standing. in addition to their extra-
They were honored at ■ a recep-
tion in the Boaz Student Center
by the Student Senate Friday
morning and toured the campus and
jSisited classes in their fieMp of in-
terest. Friday night they were
the guests of the school at the
musical, "Damn Yankees," and
stayed in Armsjlong and Men's
Saturday morning, these stu-
dents took the placement test given
and scared by Dr. Einspahr. as-
socsate professor of education 'and
head of testing and guidance. The
Uip-rankin? boy and girl students
were awarded a one-year, full-tui-
tion scholarship. Following the
examination, they were honored at
a rich eon.
This year, about 50 selected stu-
dents will jMt'f at'O a.m. Friday.
They will tour the campus, meet,
the faculty and students and at*'
tend classes. Friday'afternoon'they
will attend a coke party given in
their honor in the Boaz Student
Center and Friday flight will at-
tend The Flower Drum Song. They
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Cover Denotes TWC
Trustee As Leader
Pathways, the publication de-
voted to the United Capital Funds,
Inc., for the Texas Methodist high-
er -edLcati^ri program, denotes on
its covWthis month "Portrait of
a Leader." 0. C. Armstrong, a
member of the TWC Board of Trus-
tees, was this leader.
Most of the issue for this month
is concerned witti TWC.
Homecoming -activities opened
at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, March 10,
in the Boaz Student Center with
registration of approximately 400
Approximately 75 of these at-
tended a luncheon for wearers of
the Golden Shears at 11:00 a.m.
in Dora Roberts Dining Hall. En-
tertainment for the luncheon was
provided by Judy Johnson and
Dr. Gladys S. Bowman, professor
of business administration, and
Miss Catharine Wakefield, dean
of women, were re-lected as spon-
sors for the Golden Shears Execu-
An open forum with the division
heads of the college was held at 2
p.m. in the Glick Conference Room
of the Judge George W. Armstrong
Library. The alumni of the college
furnished this room.
Open house was held on campus
from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. The reno-
vation of the Administration Build-
ing was the highlight of the open
Social clubs entertainetfwith teas
honoring the ex-students who be-
longed to their clubs at 3:30 p.m.
Deka held its tea in Armstrong
Hall; Sakkara entertained in Men's
Hall; Entre Amis and Illotus Duo-
decim entertained jointly in the
Home Economist House; Autiss
held its tea In the Faculty Lounge
of the Boaz Student Center.
A reception for ex-students was
held in the Bdi\z Student Center
at 4:30 p.m. Members of the faculty
and administration acted as hosts
, to the guests. Mrs. Pat Spencer
was in charge of the reception.
Th Alumni banquet was held in
the Dora Roberts Dining Hall at
,jj»00. Thres^umdred and six ex-
students, faculty and seniors at-
tended this banquet. The seniors
were guest of the Alumni Associa-
Mr. Jack Payne, president of the
Alumni Association, was master
Among those who spoke on the
program were: Dean J. Elmer Cox,
who introduced the new faculty of
the last two years; President Law
Sone. who spoke on the progress
of Texas Wsleyan; John Ed Fran-
cis, past president of the Alumni
Association, who informed the ex's
how they could add to the pro-
gress of Texas Wesleyan.
Mrs. Elnora Wilcox. TWC as-
sistant professor of science, pre-
sented the gift of a silver try to
Mrs. Vira L. Winn, secretary of
the Alumni Association, for her
service to the Alumni Association.
Others on the program Vere Dr.
Gene Burge, vice-president of the
Alumni Association ar.d Mrs. Dan
Ellis, secretary of the Alumni As-
Soloist Miss Marjorie Murphy,
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Castleberry Choir Sings
in TWC Assembly Today
This morning's assembly pro-
gram, the Castleberry High School
Choir, was presented by the Junior
The 48-voice choir was under the
direction of Mr. Charles E. Duke, a
This -choir has won the Regional
Sweepstakes Award of the Ir.ter-
schslastic Lea^fSe** comp etitio^'^or
the last three years-
Last year on their annual state
choir tour, they sang for Governor
First Place Awarded
For Unique Material
Texas Wesleyan College won a
first place award for the most
unique public relations printed ma-
terial at the Southwest District
Convention of the American Col-
lege Public Relations Association
held in San Antonio earlier this
Colleges and universities from
Oklahoma, Texas and Xew Mexico
participated in this convention.
Price Daniel, and the state
The program was composed
"A Song Is Made For Singing"
Cain, "Odoramus' Te Christe"
Paiistrina, "In Heavenly Love"
Mendelssohn, "Let Thy Holy Pres-
ence" by Tschensnokoff.t.
A -'combination of spirituals in-
cluded: "Ride the Chariot'' by
.jiwson. "Deep River" by Ringwald
anct"**£zekiel Saw de Wheel."
Variety was added to the pro-
gram when the double sextet en-
tertained with a mediy called "Go
Also sur.g was a number of
sacred arrangements entitled: "The
Beatitudes" by Glarium. "Lamb of
God" by Christensen and "Give
Me Your Tired, Your Poor" by
Choir soloist was Miss Martha
A key, who presented Bach-Gou-
nod's "Ave Maria."
The program was concluded with
"Old Man River" by Kern and
Battle Hymn of the Republic" by
THREE OF THE PRINCIPALS ir Flower Drum Song, the Texas
Wesleyan spring musical production, are John Garza. who
plays Sammy Fong. 3c-b Price as Dr. L' and Eva Lena Harring-
ton as Madam Liang. The production is scnedu:ed for two more
Funs in the TWC Fine Arts Auditorium. March 16-17.
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