50 YEARS AGO
The printed program for the Maryland Association of Student Councils carries the following message from Patrick Thompson and Sue Ann Wiltbank, chairmen for the 500-delegate assembly set to convene at Queen Anne’s County High School, Thursday, October 26 to Saturday, October 28.
“It is with great pleasure that we take this opportunity to extend a sincere welcome to you on behalf of the students of Queen Anne’s County High School. We hope that you will gain from the convention and from the experience of meeting hundreds of new people. The next three days should be a rewarding and enriching experience which should greatly benefit you and your student council.”
The MASC Convention in its 19h year is a program designed to acquaint Maryland high school student council representatives with the potentials of a working student government.
••• Sudlersville Middle School held its first PTA meeting on Oct. 18 with more than 100 students and teachers attending.
Following an informal visitation of classrooms by parents and a brief business meeting, a program consisting of audio visual equipment displays purchased with PTA funds was held.
Located around the auditorium were “displays in action” manned by the faculty. Film strips, musical instruments and a demonstration of problems in mathematics were included in the informative program.
••• Chesapeake College has announced the development of the following campus organizations: Student Government Council; the Varsity Basketball team; College Chorus; Dramatics Club; College Yearbooks; International Relations Club, and the Chesapeake Courier, the college newspaper.