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Brevard College, Brevard. North Carolina, Friday, Novemfaer 1, 1935.
There is just one waiter as far as
Ida is concerned; but she has as
competition a girl from back home.
What Ida would like to know is how
these girl friends from home can be
Why does Bert Taylor always oc
cupy a front row seat at the foot
ball games? Could it be that she
likes one of the back-field men?
Are “lost loves” of sophomores
acquired by freshmen? Bernice
knows something about this.
In room 305 in West Hall there is
a “S. P.” column on the woodwork
which might prove of interest to
some of the boys. C. W. is leading
It is unusual for a glass of plain
water to have an effect on a person.
It’s possible, says Frances Sawyer.
Found: A way to keep that youth
ful figure help the boys rake
If a certain young lady hadn’t
got hungry and turned out the light
late Saturday night, two more girls
might have slept on the fire escape.
Evelyn Smith has gone in for jew
elry — she is wearing an honor pin
and a ring.
Did you know that there are two
pair of opera glasses on second floor
in West Hall. The girls use them
to watch the Ross Hall boys come
over the hill-
Vesper Service Church Clubs
The boys’ and girls’ glee clubs were
organized at the first of the year and
have been functioning very successful
ly under the direction of Miss Hatcher,
the music teacher.
The girls’ glee club meets three
1 times each week — these days being
Monday, Wednesday,and Friday morn
ing from eight o’clock until eight forty-
five. The officers have not been elect
ed at the present time.
The boys meet on Tuesday and
Thursday mornings before classes be
gin. Their officers are as follows;
Manager, Harry Hawkins; secretaries
of the various sections’ Mitchell Faulk
ner, Donald Stroble, James Rogers, and
1 Recently the boys serenaded the girls
of the various dormitories and from all
reports their singing was much enjoyr
ed. At the present time Miss Hatch
er and the two clubs are working on
an operetta which they hope to give
On last Sunday evening at the ves
per hour a most impressive program
was presented. James Crouse, chair
man of the boys’ mid-week programs,
was in charge. Professpr M. G. Pan-
gle spoke on the theme “Beauty in
Common Things.” The platform was
decorated with beautiful autumn flow
ers and colored leaves. A quartet com
posed of Mary Helen Teague, Emily
Sue Mallonee, Marshall Houts, and
Leighton Presson rendered a beautiful
musical selection. Miss Annie Ruth
Call played a violin solo.
The Baptist club was opened by
singing, “My Faith Looks up to Thee.
Edna Mae Hines then led devotion-
als, after which the group unite4 in
repeating the Lord’s Prayer. Ellen
Waddell gave some special music.
Rev. Paul Hartsell gave a short talk
on the advisibility of the Baptist stu
dents affiliating themselves with the
B.Y.P.U. It was decided to get some
one from Mars Hill College to come
here and tell the group about tha
The service was well attended. Let’s I work of the Baptist Student Union,
keep this record — it will mean a great [ After the song, “O Master Let Me
deal to each of us!
[Delphians Hold Joint
Girls’ Mid-week Service
A very interesting program was pre
sented Thursday night at the girls’
mid-week prayer service. Miss Sara
King had -^arge of the program. The
theme of t . discussion was “Friend
The girls are showing a fine spirit in
attending these services. They mean
a great deal to us. We cherish the in
spiration we receive from each one.
Saturday night was a high light
I in the social history for both the I
I Mnemosynean and the Delphian lit-
Clios Have Call
Walk With Thee”, Rev. Mr. Hartsell
1 closed the meeting with prayer.
Has a Meeting
The Presbyterian Club of Brevard
College met Wednesday, October 30,
in Room 222 of the Administration
Building. The Vice President, Frances
Goforth, took charge in the absence
of the President, Charlotte Patton.
After the business of the organization,
the Rev. R.R. Bedinger, D.D., who is
the superindent of home missions and
evangelistic work of the Asheville
Presbytery, gave a very interesting
and inspiring talk to the group.
The vote for the most popular boy
on the campus goes either to Horace
Raper, the bell-ringer, or to Mar
shall, the postman.
Satenik Nahikian thinks her room
mate took unfair advantage of her
when she dated Jack Sunday night.
Satenik was socially restricted.
Price Cornelius goes in for Duke
letters of two kinds, football and
Lucy Strum says, “If you want to
live, stay out of rooms where there
are mice.” Last Monday night
Lucy was trapped in the bathtub for
A certain picture was taken out
of one of the girl’s rooms at the
Coltrane’s. This is a mystery.
“One little tear drop doesn’t mean
a shower.” Tune of the week.
Evidently there is a ghost at the
Coltranes’. ^ Occassionally there
comes a knocking at Ruth Coltrane’s
boudoir, and Martha has a complex
of being followed dowinstairs.
On Tuesday evening, October 29,
the Cliosophic Literary Society held a
erary societies. These two, brother I call meeting for the purpose of elect- n.t.w
and sister societies, held a joint ing officers. After a program consist- Wednesday October 30, James
meeting in the school chapel begin- ing of devotional, roll call, declamation Crouse, Mitchell Faulkner, and Ben
ning at 8:15 and ending at approxi- by Richard Queen, and a poem by | Whisenant were elected to serve on
mately 10 o’clock, when the last of Frank Heffner. The meeting was
the refreshments had been consum- turned over to the election of officers,
ed. Through the combined efforts The following were elected;
President Richard Queen
Vice-President Francis Craven
Secretary-Treasurer Norman Plott
Chairman Ways and Means
Committee Tom Graham
of Helen Avett, Becky Brady, Ber-1
nice Brantley, Evelyn Swaringen,
and a committee from the boys’ so
ciety a delightful program was giv
en in the form of a radio broadcast
with Eddie Powell as anouncer. It
is hopeid that another meeting of
this sort may be held soon. Follow
ing is the program which was so I
effectively carried out.
Morning Exercise Bubber Goodin,
(Director) Bernice Brantly,
Johnny McLeod and Mary B.
Fewell Food Hour Donnie Patter
Daffy Dilly Time Boys Old Timey
Continued on page 4
At a meeting of the Methodist Club
the executive committee t6 take the
place of three of last year’s members
Who did not return to school.
Earl Pearson, president of the club,
led in a short devotional and con
ducted the business. Mr. Trowbridge
made a few impressive remarks about
the purposes of the denominational
Sergeant at Arms
Frank Heffner 1 clubs.
D. D. Pope, Jr.
Continued from page 2
I Pauline Auer as secretary-treasurer.
There were about fifteen members
present at the meeting.
The following were elected offi
cers of the Travel Club, of which
Bessie Morrison and Ora Belle Leto ux me
Myers spent last week-end at their 1 Mrs. Pangle is sponsor: Frank Pen-
home in Woodleaf. During their hand President, and Octavia Latham
visit they attended the conference I secretary.
at Salisbury. j The Romance Language Club met
in the girls, living room. They had
a very interesting prograim, reading
a scene from “Le Bourgeois Gentil-
homme,” which they will act at the
next meeting. Officers have not
been elected yet.
The Dramatic Club also met with
Bubber Goodin as president. Other
The families of Satenik Nahikian, LfHcers will be elected soon. Try-
Miss Ducket likes the boys Evelyn Swaringen, and Betty Brook- Luts will be held next week,
should I say, [ shire were visitors on the campus (
Becky’s and Beard’s pleasant little
I front porch episode may come to
1 tears before it’s over.
Mary McLarty says Mt. Pleasant
I is “a thousand miles from Hender
Thomas Peeler and Robert Aber-
Inathy, last year’s students, were
visitors of the Taylor Hall boys over j
Louise Spaulding went home to 1
West Asheville for the week-end.
blond or brunete — or
she likes blonds and brunetts
We were very glad to have the
Wanted; A piano-tuner at Virgin-1 D. D. Pope,visited his parents in families of Frank Heffner and Ru^
ia Lodge, so that the orchestra will V/oodleaf and attended the Method- sel Bostic as visitors on our campus
come over to play again. jist Conference last week-end- | last Sunday.