CALIFORNIA BAPTIST COLLEG-E, RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
Vol.II No. 10
iFriday, March 21, 1958
Attention Ail Classes!! Senior Fun Day Is
arious Fun for
SENIORS! JUNIORS! SOPHOMORES! FRESHMEN! April
1, is almost here, and although it is known as "Senior Fun Day,"
it should be a day of delightful fun for everyone from nineteen
Chapel that day, will be under
the direction of the senior class,
and it should proved to be very interesting, as the program will not
be planned but will just "happen."
A "whiskerina" contest will high-
»es C!?e«it©rres Sing at
iOTeh Air Fore© Base
Presenting the entertainment for
. women's organization of March
light the different events to take Air Force Base tonight is just one
place. Among others will be a sack 0f the many coming events for the
race and various relay races which «Les Chanterres." Another coming
will be held on the front lawn of event for the girls will take place
the campus. on April 15, when they will sing
Another place of interest will be for the Braille Club at Fairmount
the basement where several differ- Park.
ent concession stands will be set Recently, these lovely girls" sang
up. All the proceeds will be used "Besides Still Waters" for the chap-
by the senior class m purchasing el program of March 13. They also
a gift which they will present to sang for a revival on March 14,
CBC Book Store
which was held in Midway City at
the church where Rev. Floyd
Strickland is pastor. Clifton Whel-
chel, who attends CBC, is the music
director of that church.
Some of the new songs that the
girls are learning are "Thanks Be
to God," "When Children Pray,"
Oh Shepherdess Fickle," "Were
and "In the Luxem-
Book Sales Ends April 1
During each fall semester the
book store get as consignment of y01] Thprp
religious books from the Baker
Publishing Company. These books bourS Gardens."
must be sold or returned by April
1. . , ,—_
There are many of these books 4
which have not been sold. Rather «*,«,* ««* = ** Ei*rak.ilQ>e
than returning them back to the COMiNG EVENTS
company, the book store is giving March 27—Mid-Semester Exams
the student body a great opportun-
March 29—Freshman Class Social
ity to get the book they want at a
25 per cent discount. APnl 1—Senior Fun Day
"Cash must be paid for. all books April 3—Election og BSU Officers
and no lay-aways, please," says J. April 4-7—Easter Vacation
R. Butler April i5_junior-Senior Banquet
This sale will run for one week . .. lr,10 „, „.
only, and all these books are on Apnl "-18-Thespian Play
a display table in the book store. APnl 18—High School Senior Day
International students on the
campus have recently formed a
club of those attending from places
outside" the United States.
Electing officers, they favored
Nick Rodiilas as prexy of the club,
Roseanna Ma as vice-president,
Lois Gcebel as secretary-treasurer,
Don Purnell as historian, Niefa
Webb as social chairman, and Dean
Olie T. Brown as the faculty advisor.
On Saturday night, March 8, they
held their first official function
which was a Chinese dinner in
the home of the Brown's.
Preparing this dinner, which was
according to some, was Roseanna
Ma, Yow Hang Cheng, Kathleen
Ersg, and Lydia Chu, all from
One of the originalities of the
meal was that the group ate with
Another meal will soon bs taken
by the club as the two students
from Korea, Hak Sun Kim and My-
ung Yoon, will prepare food in
Dr. T.'W. Medearis, president
of the college was guest of honor.
Mr. Golden of Youth Craft Studios was also there to take pictures of the event which is considered another prominent first at
Meeting every third Monday of
the month between 7 and 8 p.m.
they are busily working on their
aims and objectives and a name.
They are also confronted with
the problem of whether it will be
an Associated Student Body or a
Baptist Student Union sponsored