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									                                     January 1980

Dean's list - fall semester 1979 (no date)
President's list - fall 1979 (no date)
Methodist College announces evening college registration (January 4)
Methodist College announces academic honors for fall term (January 4)
Methodist College begins spring semester this week (January 4)
Auditions for the preparatory division of the Community Music Program (radio release;
        January 7)
Methodist College offers spring session for preparatory music division (January 7)
United Methodist Women establish archives at Methodist College (January 7)
Southern Theatre Magazine features cover story by Fayetteville's Jack Peyrouse (January
        8)
Methodist College to offer P. A. C. E. exam in March (Professional and Administrative
        Career Examination) (January 8)
Methodist College receives accreditation early from Southern Association of Colleges
        and Universities (January 8)
Monsanto names Methodist College recipient of $15,000 grant (January 8)
Chuck Life joins Methodist College staff (coordinator of the Ft. Bragg evening campus)
        (January 8)
Methodist College joins ACU-I (Association of College Unions - International) (January
        8)
WECT-TV presents check to Methodist College ($1000) (January 8)
Holiday season proves profitable to Methodist College (gifts to the college) (January 8)
Methodist College announces winter honor graduates (January 8)
Methodist College receives Sears-Roebuck grant ($700) (January 8)
Annual Methodist College scholarship competition announced (radio release; January 9)
Methodist College announces annual scholarship weekend (January 9)
Marie Stewart named president of Methodist College Foundation (January 9)
Faith-in-Life week to feature Dr. John Bergland of Duke University (January 15)
Faith-in-Life week to feature Dr. John Bergland of Duke University (radio release;
        January 15)
Calendar for February - March (January 17)
ROTC accepts cadets (January 20)
Memo to area teachers of speech, theatre, and English regarding the Methodist College
        production of "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles (dated January 9; mailed January 20)


                                     February 1980

Methodist College to present Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex" (February 5)
Phyllis Vogel to perform piano concert at Methodist College (Assistant Director of Music
        at North Carolina State University) (February 5)
Methodist College to present Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex" (radio release; February 5)
Phyllis Vogel to perform piano concert at Methodist College (Assistant Director of Music
        at North Carolina State University) (radio release; February 5)
Letter to the Fayetteville Observer requesting Loyalty Day coverage (February 7)
Cutline for Beth Finch's mayoral proclamation of "Methodist College Day" (February 11)
Small, private colleges face secure future in the 1980's (special to the Fayetteville
        Observer/Times, for publication February 17)
Official NCAA soccer questionnaire (men's soccer) (no date)
Photography on display at Methodist College (photographs taken during the Methodist
        College production of "Oedipus Rex") (February 14)
Monsanto gift launches annual Methodist College fund drive ($5,000) (February 15)
Monarch baseball "looking good" (February 20)
First-day totals for Methodist College campaign ahead of last year (February 20)
St. Andrews United Methodist Women award Charles Ott scholarship (February 21)
Methodist College chorus leaves on tour (of North Carolina and South Carolina)
        (February 25)
Methodist College presents Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex" to packed houses (February 25)
Methodist College chorus leaves on tour (of North Carolina and South Carolina) (radio
        release; February 27)
Methodist College professor elected to national post (Garland Knott, professor of
        religion, elected secretary-treasurer of the United Methodist Association of
        Professors of Religious Education) (February 27)
Methodist College women take state basketball title (February 29)
Marselene Stanley named senior sweetheart at Methodist College (February 29)


                                       March 1980

Chronological file
Methodist College contributions continue to rise (March 5)
Local resident receives degree (Sherry Lou Hudson of Vass) (May 5)
Graduation list for May 4, 1980
List of students eligible for induction into Alpha Chi (February 15)
Student marshals for May 4, 1980, graduation (no date)
List of Methodist College scholars (February 15)
Methodist College campaign figures updated (March 10)
Methodist College theatre schedule (no date)
Williams, Fulton featured in combined recital (Lanier Williams, violin, and Richard
        Fulton, clarinet) (March 13)
Kathryn Erranton to present senior acting recital at Methodist College (March 14)
Foreign language workshop in progress at Methodist College (March 14)
Historians from eastern North Carolina to meet at Methodist College (Association of
        Historians of Eastern North Carolina) (March 14)
Huldah Jones dead of heart attack (house mother of Weaver dormitory for 16 years)
        (March 17)
Kathryn Erranton to present senior acting recital at Methodist College (radio release;
        March 18)
Golden Knights to perform at Methodist College (radio release; March 18)
Golden Knights to perform exhibition at Methodist College (March 18)
For Cablevision (regarding Kathryn Erranton acting recital and Golden Knights
        appearance) (March 18)
Covenant players bring morality back in vogue (Christian drama troupe) (March 18)
SEA leader advocates improved teacher education (Carol Kroll, president, Student
        National Education Association) (March 20)
Methodist College chorus schedules spring concert (March 20)
English handbell festival scheduled at Methodist College (March 20)
English handbell festival scheduled at Methodist College (radio release; March 20)
Methodist College chorus schedules spring concert (radio release; March 20)
Methodist College to host foreign students this summer (East-West Foundation) (March
        20)
Methodist College cadet receives General Marshall ROTC award (John Schoffstall)
        (March 20)
Student NEA president Carol Kroll to speak at Methodist College (radio release; no date)
April / May calendar (no date)
National education leader to visit Methodist College campus (Student NEA president
        Carol Kroll) (March 20)
Jane Alston named coordinator for Japanese program (East-West Foundation) (March 21)
SGA race topheavy (candidates vie for top positions) (March 26)
Ms. Monarch pageant slated (March 26)
"Frisbee South" pro team to perform at Methodist College (March 27)
Cablevision release (Ms. Monarch pageant; Easter sunrise service; "Frisbee South"; Miss
        Methodist College pageant; Cindi McColl senior voice recital; Richard Fulton,
        clarinet, and Lanier Williams, violin, in concert) (March 27)
April / May calendar (no date)
Easter sunrise service slated for O'Hanlon amphitheatre on the Methodist College campus
        (March 27)
Dr. Christopher Schooley to conduct engaged couples workshop (March 28)
Jane Alston named coordinator for Japanese program (East-West Foundation) (radio
        release; March 28)


                                        April 1980
Chronological file
Methodist College junior John Sam elected state president of the Student Education
        Association (radio release; April 1)
Cindi Barr McColl, mezzo soprano, to give senior voice recital (April 2)
Caption: Carol Kroll, national president of the Student Educations of America, speaks at
        Methodist College (April 2)
Stella Matthews named Carillon editor (April 4)
Patricia Turner named Smalltalk editor (April 4)
Nell Thompson named director of continuing education (April 4)
Student editors chosen at Methodist College (Patricia Turner, Smalltalk; Stella Matthews,
        Carillon) (April 4)
First woman president: Lynda Womack elected student body president at Methodist
        College (April 4)
New Miss Methodist crowned (Stella Reid Matthews) (April 4)
G. Thomas Dent appointed director of admissions at Methodist College (April 4)
Local resident receives degree (fill-in-the-blank form; May 5)
George Thomas Holland elected president of the student government association (April
        6)
Methodist College to present "Ridiculous Young Ladies" by Moliere (radio release; April
        6)
Student government officers elected at Methodist College (April 6)
Moliere's "Ridiculous Young Ladies" to be presented by Methodist College Theatre
        (April 6)
Local pianists receive superior contest ratings (Methodist College students David Porter,
        Greg Porter, and Sally Kuker) (April 7)
Sam Ragan to deliver commencement address at Methodist College (April 7)
Methodist College campaign continues to reflect increase (April 7)
Bill Presnell featured as minister-in-residence (April 8)
Bill Fields to open Methodist College juried art exhibit (local artist William C. Fields)
        (April 8)
Dinner theatre to highlight graduation weekend at Methodist College (April 8)
Summer sports camp to be held at Methodist College (April 9)
Lynda Womack elected president of the Methodist College student body (April 9)
Local artist William C. Fields to present awards at Methodist College art show (April 9)
Quartetto G. Pierluigi da Palestrina to present concert at Methodist College (radio
        release; no date)
Renaissance music festival at Quartetto Palestrina concert (April 9)
Norma Ingle elected SNCAE coordinator (student branch of the North Carolina
        Association of Educators) (April 10)
Anne Wilce captured top honors at Methodist College juried art exhibit (April 11)
Captions: Handbell festival sponsored by the North Carolina Conference of the United
        Methodist Church) (April 11)
Methodist College president to award degree to his mother (Alice Pearce to receive
        bachelor of arts degree from Dr. Richard Pearce) (April 11)
Data sheet for Alice Pearce (April 12)
Methodist College inducts seven into Alpha Chi honorary (April 13)
Sam Ragan to deliver commencement address at Methodist College (radio release; April
        14)
Methodist College Women's Club looking for used books (to sell at the Ft. Bragg flea
        market) (April 14)
Copy for Methodist College ad (no date)
Constance Neill's senior art exhibit now open (April 14)
Captions for pictures: Youth Rally Day (April 15)
Brian Cash to give organ recital at Methodist College (April 15)
Jill Krauss named "best-in-show) at Methodist College art exhibit (April 15)
Only NC team ranked: Methodist College baseball team ranked #5 in the nation (April
        15)
Local resident named to Alpha Chi honorary (Teresa Poole) (April 16)
Methodist College concert quartet to present spring concert Sunday (April 16)
Vickie Weaver opens senior art exhibit (April 18)
Commencement marshal named at Methodist College (James J. Townsend, chief
       marshal) (April 18)
Methodist College baseball team ranked in NCAA top 20 (no date)
Senior athletes honored at Methodist College (no date)
Methodist youth celebrate "ties that bind" at rally day (April 30)


                                      May 1980

Chronological file
Graduation list for May 4, 1980
Methodist College graduates hear Sam Ragan speak (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Elaine Adams of Sanford) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Teresa Carolyn Franklin of Louisburg) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Karen DiDolci of Butler, NJ) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Victoria Lee Daily of Elizabethtown) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Dwight Eugene Cribb of Rockingham) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Alec Nathaniel Burgess of Fayetteville) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Barbara Alice Bellamy of Shallotte) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Ronnie R. Reese of St. Pauls) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Vickee Lee Weaver of Smyrna, DE) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Anita Ruth Graves of Ruffin) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (John Mark Terry of Raleigh) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Diana Lynn Reichelderfer of Circleville, OH) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Sherry Lou Hudson of Vass) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Jenny Dexter Wright of Doylestown, PA) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Anthony Karl Bryant of Washington, NC) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Rodney E. Powell of Startex, SC) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Victoria L. Saunders of Elizabeth City) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (C. Alyce Edge of Roseboro) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Janet L. Doss of Dobson) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Priscilla Everette of Smithfield) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Thomas G. Holland of Jacksonville) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (James R. Ketchem of Chesapeake, VA) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Jarvis Pittman of Pikesville) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Steven Kehne Strouse of Elizabethtown) (May 5)
Local resident receives degree (Alan David Wiltshire of Medford, NJ) (May 5)
Methodist College student wins mortgage brokers award (Astrid Hoy receives $1000
       scholarship from the Mortgage Brokers Association of the Carolinas) (includes
       caption; May 7)
Methodist College library seeks used books for sale (May 7)
Memo to area churches from Director of Theatre Dr. Jack Peyrouse regarding the
       Methodist College production of "Godspell" (no date)
Soprano Brenda Byrd to give voice recital (May 8)
Memo to school theatre teachers from Director of Theatre Dr. Jack Peyrouse regarding
        the 1980 Youth Theatre (no date)
Methodist College cadets commissioned in army (May 9)
Small Talk takes top national honors (May 9)
Methodist College names 1980 honor graduates (May 9)
Methodist College announces scholarship recipients (May 9)
Methodist College drive approaches $120,000 goal (May 12)
Jeffrey Paul Cavano receives Lucius Stacy Weaver award (May 12)
Major Glenn Blackburn named 1980 distinguished professor at Methodist College (May
        12)
Summer camps program extended at Methodist College (no date)
Memo regarding special summer events (United Methodist conference; East-West
        Foundation students; East Coast Cheerleading Camp) (May 13)
Cablevision: Methodist College in need of host families for Japanese students for the
        summer) (May 13)
Methodist College seeks host families for foreign students (radio release; May 13)
Letter to local churches looking for host families for students in the East-West program)
        (May 14)
Church bulletin insert regarding host families for students in the East-West program
        (May 14)
Methodist College Women's Club to host East-West Foundation students (May 14)
Methodist College announces academic honors for spring (May 14)
Resident named to Methodist College dean's list (fill-in-the-blank form; includes dean's
        list and president's list; no date)
Letter from college president Richard W. Pearce looking for host families for students in
        the East-West Foundation program (May 15)
Methodist College theatre department names outstanding performers (theatre awards)
        (May 16)
Betty Neil Parsons elected president of Methodist College Alumni Association (May 16)
Methodist College seeks host families for foreign students (April 18)
Cablevision notices: "Godspell" to be presented; Summer Youth Theatre registration
        (May 19)
Methodist College summer camps (radio release; May 19)
Methodist College production of "Godspell" (radio - tv release; May 19)
Methodist College plans summer session II (May 20)
Cablevision notices: Registration for summer term II; Methodist College offering real
        estate class (May 20)
Registration being held for summer term II (radio release; May 20)
Methodist College names Terrie Lynne Benson to women's coaching position (volleyball,
        basketball, and softball) (May 20)
Methodist College to offer real estate course (radio release; May 20)
Methodist College to offer real estate course in summer (May 20)
Methodist College has new women's coach for volleyball and basketball (radio release;
        May 20)
Fayetteville Youth Theatre 1980 (radio release; May 21)
Youth Theatre schedules summer productions at Methodist College (May 21)
Methodist College to offer special courses on cults (May 22)
Methodist College leads all-Dixie conference baseball team (May 23)
Methodist College to offer special course on cults (radio release; May 23)
Cablevision notices: Methodist College to offer special courses on cults (May 23)
Southview's Eddie Dalton signs with Methodist College (golf) (May 28)
McDevitt golf star selects Methodist College (May 30)
Friendly High golf standout will attend Methodist College (Raymond Mann) (May 30)
Danville golf standout chooses Methodist College (May 30)


                                       June 1980

Chronological file
Local resident awarded degree (Dennis Vass of Fredericktown, NJ) (no date)
Douglas Byrd baseball student will attend Methodist College (June 3)
Rome Catholic golf star selects Methodist College (Dale Facciolo) (June 3)
Douglas Byrd baseball student will attend Methodist College (June 3)
June / July / August calendar (no date)
Mills High golf standout selects Methodist College (June 4)
Socastee High golf standout selects Methodist College (Matthew Fry) (June 4)
Release to wire services on Annual Conference, day 2 (W. C. Chadwick saluted as
        "Layperson of the Year" by the North Carolina United Methodist Conference)
        (release from United Methodist Communications) (no date)
Resolution from Page Memorial United Methodist Church, Aberdeen, in support of J. P.
        Stevens & Company (presented to the 1980 North Carolina Annual Conference)
        (no date)
Report of the Annual Conference, day 3 (focus on clergy couples and the problems they
        face) (release from United Methodist Communications) (no date)
Report of the Annual Conference, day 4 (wrap up of the final day) (release from United
        Methodist Communications) (June 5)
Methodist College student selected for national research project (Edward Granzella
        working on research involving atomic emission spectra at North Carolina State
        University) (June 5)
Bartlett High golf standouts will attend Methodist College (Jack F. Kelly and John
        Szkutak) (June 11)
Youth Theatre registration slated (June 13)
Auditions slated for "Skin of our Teeth" (Fayetteville Youth Theatre production) (June
        13)
Auditions slated for "Skin of our Teeth" (Fayetteville Youth Theatre production) (radio
        release; June 13)
Youth Music Workshop held at Methodist College (release from United Methodist
        Communications) (June 16)
Former Byrd baseball star to play for Methodist College (Ray Smith) (June 17)
Small, private colleges face secure future in the 1980's (June 17)
Red Springs baseball standout to attend Methodist College (John Ashford) (June 18)
"Godspell" to play in O'Hanlon amphitheatre at Methodist College (May 19)
Former Orlando coach named "Coach of the Year" (Tom Austin, baseball) (June 19)
Calvert Ray named dean of students at Methodist College (George Calvert Ray) (June
        19)
East Coast Cheerleading Camp to be held (radio release; June 20)
Auburn, UNC, and Clemson cheerleaders to head ECCC staff (East Coast Cheerleading
        Camp) (June 20)
Jack Peyrouse elected to Arts Council board (member of the board of directors of the
        Fayetteville/Cumberland County Arts Council) (June 20)
South Stokes golf star to attend Methodist College (Dean Spainhour) (June 24)
Youth Theatre opens season with "Skin of Our Teeth" (June 24)
Cablevision notice: Fayetteville Youth Theatre to present "Skin of Our Teeth" (June 24)
Fayetteville Youth Theatre to present "Skin of Our Teeth" (television release; June 24)
Fayetteville Youth Theatre to present "Skin of Our Teeth" (radio release; June 24)
Youth Theatre opens season with "Skin of Our Teeth" (June 24)
Invitation to media personnel to attend the opening ceremonies for the East-West
        Foundation summer program (includes ceremony program; June 26)
Local delegates leave for national Alpha Xi convention (June 25)
Crystal River baseball standout will attend Methodist College (Brian Danley) (June 26)
Florida Baseball standout chooses Methodist College (Brian Danley) (June 26)
Background information on the East-West Foundation summer exchange program
        (includes itinerary; no date)
Japanese exchange students arrive; opening ceremonies set (June 26)
East-West Foundation exchange students arrive (June 27)
Letter to the Fayetteville Times requesting coverage of the East-West Foundation
        program (June 30)
Letter to the Fayetteville Observer requesting coverage of the East-West Foundation
        program (June 30)
Virgin Islands basketball standout to attend Methodist College (Roger Airall) (June 30)


                                        July 1980
Chronological file
Tickets on sale for "Skin of Our Teeth" (July 1)
Mardela basketball standout to attend Methodist College (Mark Goslee) (July 1)
Kinston High track standout to attend Methodist College (Guy Curtis Bannerman) (July
       1)
West Orange baseball standout to attend Methodist College (Dennis Forbes) (July 2)
Tickets for "The Skin of Our Teeth" on sale (radio release; July 2)
Southview pitcher will attend Methodist College (Jeffery Dale Smith) (July 2)
Lumberton High baseball standout to attend Methodist College (July 2)
Seventy-first baseball standout to attend Methodist College (July 2)
"Godspell" performed in O'Hanlon Amphitheatre at Methodist College (July 3)
High Point Central's Stephon Graham to attend Methodist College (July 3)
Japanese students participate in July 4th events at Methodist College (radio release; July
        3)
Editorial to the Fayetteville Observer regarding the East-West Foundation summer
        program (July 8)
Information about the East Coast Cheerleading Camp (July 14)
East Coast Cheerleading Camp (radio release; July 15)
Suggested feature angles regarding East Coast Cheerleading Camp (no date)
Auburn, UNC and Clemson cheerleaders to head ECCC staff (East Coast Cheerleading
        Camp) (June 20)
Churchland High baseball standout will attend Methodist College (July 29)
Hoke County baseball standout to attend Methodist College (July 29)
Westover baseball standout selects Methodist College (July 29)
Former Clermont baseball standout to attend Methodist College (July 29)
Durham High baseball standout to attend Methodist College (July 29)
Methodist College inks five central Florida baseball recruits for fall (July 30)
Hillside basketball standout will attend Methodist College (July 31)
Titusville basketball student will attend Methodist College (July 31)
Virginia all-state second baseman selects Methodist College (July 31)


                                      August 1980

Chronological file
Northern Durham, Lexington take top cheerleading honors (East Coast Cheerleading
        Camp) (August 1)
Laney soccer standout selects Methodist College (Barry Shelley) (August 4)
"Fiddler on the Roof" sports cast of the sixty youths (Fayetteville Youth Theatre) (August
        4)
Henrico soccer standout selects Methodist College (Dalton Chandler) (August 4)
Bladenboro basketball standout will attend Methodist College (Scotty Hall) (August 4)
Florida all-stater to play basketball for Methodist College (Jeffrey Meehan) (August 4)
South Mecklenburg basketball standout will attend Methodist College (Lane Whitlow)
        (August 4)
Estelle Hillman to speak at Methodist College summer graduation (August 11)
"West Meets East" talent show to mark Japanese departure (East-West Foundation
        students) (August 11)
Local resident awarded degree in summer graduation (fill-in-the-blank form; no date)
Estelle Hillman receives Methodist College medallion during summer graduation
        (August 15)
Monarch soccer kicks off with first Methodist College tournament (August 18)
Shep Messing, soccer professional, to hold clinic at Methodist College (August 23)
Faculty ranks show substantial increase (Nancy B. Bleakly, library; Joaquin J. Rodriguez-
        Barbara, Spanish; Sandra Crosmun, science; Ann Davis, social work; J. Lennox
        Thomas, business; Silvana M. Foti, art; Sid Chambers, ROTC; Beth Cook Mason,
        English; Charles Rowe, French; Elise Davidson, business law; William Fields,
        artist-in-residence) (August 26)
Rennie Beyer awarded top certification (from the Music Teachers National Association)
        (August 26)
Shep Messing to conduct soccer clinic at Methodist College (August 26)
Methodist College begins 25th year: President Pearce gives athletic faculty top priority
        for 1980 academic year (August 27)
"Strong, competitive field": Methodist College Invitational soccer tournament pits
        Pfeiffer, Florida Tech, Pembroke, Methodist College (August 27)
Bill Fields named "Artist-in-Residence" (no date)
Memo to local sports writers regarding upcoming soccer clinic to be held by Shep
        Messing (August 29)


                                       September 1980
Chronological file
Rennie Beyer and Anne DiPiazza to present duo piano concert (September 1)
Cablevision notices: Shep Messing soccer clinic; Duo piano concert by Rennie Beyer
        and Anne DiPiazza; Methodist College Invitational soccer tournament (September
        1)
Methodist College Invitational soccer tournament (radio and television sports release)
        (September 1)
1980 soccer schedule
Estelle Hillman: "The world has been her parish" (summer commencement speaker)
        (September 2)
Rennie Beyer and Anne DiPiazza to present duo piano concert (radio release; September
        2)
Community Music Program acception adult piano students (radio release; September 2)
Garland Knott authors articles for United Methodist publications (religion faculty)
        (September 9)
Methodist College production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" (radio release;
        September 9)
Cablevision notice: Methodist College production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"
        (September 9)
Letter to the people of Fayetteville from Ken Nishimura, director of the East-West
        Foundation (no date)
Letter to local theatre and English teachers regarding the Methodist College production of
        Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" (no date)
Suggested feature angles regarding the Methodist College production of Shakespeare's
        "Twelfth Night" (no date)
Methodist College golf tourney highlights week of Monarch sports (September 18)
Bill Cobey to speak Wednesday to Methodist College students (September 19)
Monarch soccer opens with big win (no date)
Calendar of events October - November - December
Methodist College to meets Campbell in classic soccer match-up (September 22)
Methodist College faces tough week of DIAC action (September 26)
1980 soccer schedule, 1980 player roster, 1979 soccer results, soccer team facts and
        statistics (mailed out September 26)
From athletics to politics: Bill Cobey speaks to Methodist College students (no date)
Methodist College coeds compete for homecoming queen (September 30)
                                    October 1980

Chronological file
Dublin minister to serve as minister-in-residence (Dublin County, NC) (October 1)
Letter to the DIAC conference chairman requesting more detailed weekly DIAC statistics
        (October 1)
Methodist College cadets receive new ROTC commander (Major Sid Chambers) (no
        date)
Methodist College sends student teachers to schools (October 2)
Methodist College soccer team leads Dixie Conference standings (October 3)
Betty Neill Parsons and Bill Wolfe to perform again at college homecoming (October 3)
Homecoming week festivities planned for Methodist College (October 3)
Methodist College plans "salute to coaches" at homecoming (October 3)
Memo to Skip Miller concerning the Methodist College "salute to coaches" (October 6)
Crisfield duo, Billy Thomas and Denny Laird, lead Methodist College soccer (October 7)
Methodist College Foundation to hold luncheon meeting (October 8)
Ethel Farrell crowned homecoming queen at Methodist College (October 15)
Monarchs advance to 8-2; lose to nationally-ranked Averett College (October 16)
Methodist College to present Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" (no date)
Methodist College students pick Carter in mock election (October 23)
National rankings through October 20, 1980, Division III -- NCAA (men's soccer)
        (October 24)
Cablevision notices: Methodist College visitation day for high school students; "King
        David" by Honneger to be presented; Moravian love feast (October 29)
Methodist College visitation day for high school students (radio release; October 29)
Methodist College holds visitation day (for high school students) (October 29)
Methodist College president to speak at Hay Street United Methodist Church (Dr.
        Richard Pearce) (October 30)
Monarch basketball setting priorities (October 31)
Clown ministry: "Fools for God's sake" (October 31)
Caption: Kelly-Springfield company awards scholarships of $1000 to two Methodist
        College students (no date)


                                   November 1980

Chronological file
Feature ideas (Moravian love feast; Honneger's "King David" (November 3)
30-second promotional message for NCAA radio (basketball; tickets) (no date)
60-second promotional message for NCAA radio (basketball; tickets) (no date)
60-second promotional message for NCAA radio (basketball; championships) (no date)
60-second promotional message for NCAA radio (basketball; seventy-fifth anniversary)
        (no date)
Michael Best, soloist for the Methodist College production of Honneger's "King David"
        (radio release; November 4)
Sartre's "No Exit" slated for Fayetteville Art Museum (Methodist College theatre
       department) (November 4)
Memo to area theatre, English, and French teachers regarding the Methodist College
       production of Sartre's "No Exit" (November 4)
Methodist College production of Sartre's "No Exit" (radio release; November 4)
Leslee Mabee and Beth Aumann join Michael Best as soloists for "King David"
       (November 4)
Methodist College production of Honneger's "King David" (community calendar and
       television release; November 4)
"King David" to feature tenor Michael Best as soloist (November 4)
Methodist College production of Sartre's "No Exit" (community calendar and television
       release; November 4)
Moravian love feast to be held at Methodist College (television and community calendar
       release; November 4)
Cablevision notice: Methodist College production of Sartre's "No Exit" (November 4)
Moravian love feast to be held at Methodist College (radio release; November 5)
Methodist College soccer team sees post-season dreams completely shut out (November
       5)
"Star-Spangled Girl" opens in dinner theatre production (Neil Simon play at Methodist
       College) (November 10)
Methodist College varsity basketball schedule; season results 1979-1980; 1980-1981
       player roster; Methodist College coaches' overall records (mailed out November
       10)
Puppet show scheduled at Methodist College (presented by the Student Education
       Association) (November 12)
Jere Daniels senior exhibit to feature oil paintings (November 12)
Peoples Bank president highlights Outlook 1981 symposium (November 12)
Local educators to be honored at Methodist College reception (November 13)
Outlook for 1981 symposium to be held at Methodist College (radio release; November
       13)
Cablevision notice: Outlook for 1981 symposium to be held at Methodist College
       (November 13)
Outlook for 1981 symposium to be held at Methodist College (television and community
       calendar release; November 13)
"Good Neighbors" theme of Methodist College Day at St. Andrews United Methodist
       Church (November 19)
Lloyd Nick to exhibit at Hickory Museum of Art (art faculty) (November 21)
Methodist College students named to "Who's Who" ("Who's Who Among Students in
       American Colleges and Universities") (November 24)


                                   December 1980

Chronological file
Betty Neill Parsons named outstanding alumnus (December 1)
Women's basketball has "big shoes to fill" (December 1)
Annual Methodist College scholarship competition to be held (radio release; December
        2)
Ideas for feature stories (Exams: All or nothing at all; Moravian love feast) (December
        2)
Registration underway for spring term at Methodist College (December 3)
Registration underway for spring term at Methodist College (radio release; December 3)
Cablevision notices: Registration underway for spring term at Methodist College; winter
        graduation (December 3)
Winter graduation to be held at Methodist College (radio release; December 3)
Methodist and proud! (Methodist College's Methodist roots) (November 30; mailed out
        on December 3)
"King David" smashing success (Methodist College presentation of Honneger's oratorio)
        (no date)
Rev. Allen Lee to address winter graduation at Methodist College (December 8)
Winter graduation to be held at Methodist College (radio release; December 10)
Methodist College holds winter graduation exercises (December 19)
Methodist College students named to "Who's Who" ("Who's Who Among Students in
        American Colleges and Universities") (November 24; mailed out December 10)

								
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