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1949 PALLADIUM DEDICATED TO The American School Teacher, upon whom rests the great responsibility, and to whom is given the great privilege of educating our American youth, was chosen for the dedication of the 1949 Pal- ladium, because Troy State Teachers College is engaged in producing American School Teachers and they, next to the children of the world, are the greatest interest of this college. Chosen to represent the American School Teacher for the Palladium, was Miss Loraine Hamil, who retired last year from the Troy State Laboratory School Staff when she had taught for 50 years, 43 of them at Troy. With Miss Hamil here are Mrs. Jean Moore Long, who is now a school teacher herself, and two of the young Americans whom they have helped to live and learn according to our American ideals.
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teppa Delta Pi V=5S sgl-ss plans Banquet, ,taitiafwnfeb.V1 Kappa Delta Pj. d Its , nUy for education inUiaU on annual ban t oy n Walter Harrison. D e 1 FUty-nme new pie - lfc» tlated 3 Elected on a basiso pledges are select leade rsh.p 1 quet js of KaP Stude ed to John Roberts V er, Dea ' Verdie I fery Bra james H Carl ' de. Elmer C Lucile R Ethel L. W ' dliam rett, Tho G Gatlin, UP S. Gr O ' Neal He by. J° sepl Lane, Jean .■■PtW t, Major 0.-— - s H. W° z Edward M- " f Louis R. 5 CMrtf Morgan Scott gcatbrough, J MiU on C « T " Hen y D S ' S .Smith, ., H f n,y Fl . ancc s B. a r Ts ReUe Stokes Fjan Uvan ,Wid am . .v Mr.oit. « h Wad Wl u V.,..n Mjdrew a P le Teachers j ohn R. WW D. £ lwdm0n ' r Andrews, John Wilmer G- a» v-«K in preparauo; w(i Fehru Class - £, " £ • »- pothan has name comm pearhorn, » " FloriI la-. John and " ' be D d C one around a terspersed v, dh lbe walls of the a Music for the provided by JeK Troy Wavemen is becoming one ular dance band of the state and . , a Featured Dot White, with Mitchum. A special me Club wiU be. c diate lutureto for Mi ss STU tions are ma- ' .election of - candidates wi For detaile ments for th Bi y Lloyd pointed MoU Stringer, 1 Charlie Not edu d P ro prof. L ' County j; Mrs. ounty E. Jef froy City merman, | Church, L eacher at Blue Bar- Troy Mes ddlebrooks Methodist larry Har- Brundidge K.lt.H.H 1 -. partment ol ..« Teachers M V ' .u £SSt G .pess 09 ' wl several «- " ' reaching , experience m V prof. Wilkes The .While at Coluj reSclence ot «•« worked on the Sophon 1 Bl ar7W«. A chapm an. ( J fol - m s , lon oo I ned well. Mrs. Sara i pearl B . I P m ch iSopn present! Kay. H js ddox, simgi James Und t „ Rutherford. WW h( . n ,„n. Qt cWtl g t °« + " " SSSSL Neal — ftS— eore ro ley n. l vf c r ir " — | treahman ---rTj UaniU line »
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PRESIDENT TERMS 19481949 RAWER YEAR Any time we desire to study our progress it is interesting to look back, around and ahead. It is interesting to do that now at Troy State Teachers College. A fair appraisal, I think, would conclude that the years since the 1946 fall session have been the richest, most vital and most interesting period in the history of the college. Each year has been better than the preceding, and of course 1948-1949 is a banner year, so far, from every standpoint. Next year, 1949-1950, looks good from this point in space and time. A new, beautiful, commo- dious building is under construction and a new dining room is in the blue print stage. Curriculum of- ferings are being expanded and improved. Students who have been on the campus since 1946 are to be congratulated on being here during one of the most creative periods in our institution ' s history. C. B. SMITH President Dr. Charles Bunyan Smith, under whose expert guidance Troy State Teachers College has become a modern school and one that ranks among the top ten teachers colleges of this nation. Indicative of his progressive leadership is the constant effort to improve the curriculum of the college and the vast physical growth of the school.
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