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MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, N. C.
Tlie baccalaureate sernon for
the "raduating classes will be .
preached at the 11;00 service on
Sundav norninc, hay 22, by the.
Reverend Dr. W. W. Boyce. Dr.
Byyce is the minister of the Pi^st
A. R. P* Church in Charlotte, R* C.l
The evenin^" service at 7:30 V;ill j
be conducted by Dr. R. C. Anderson,|
at which tine special music will
be rendered by the choir.
The final c;i’aduatlon exercises
will take place May 23 at 10:30
A. Ih The entire school will take
part in the processional led by
the Senior College and Hlyh School
classes. Definite infornation
re'^ardinG the speaker of the norn-
inv has not been received at pre
sent, but the diplomas and honor
ary av/ards will be presented by
the president. Dr. R. C. Anderson,
and by the Dean, Dr. Marcaret
Spencer. The procram. will also
include a special number by the
choir. The exercises will be
concluded by the recessional,
which was v;ritten by lirs . Crosby
Friends and patrons of the
school are invited to these two
alumnae banquet to be given
The annual Alumnae Baniuet vjIII
be ^iven on May 21, 6:00 P. ii* >
at the Montreat Assembly Inn.
Reside the alumnae,.present mem
bers of the collece student body
and friends in Montreat are„cor
dially invited, to attend.
I,roSIC RECITAL TO BE PRESENTED
On Friday evenlny. May 20,
at 8:00, -Miss Mary P. Lord and
Miss Elizabeth Woodhouse v/ill
present a.number of their music
students in a recital to be
"Iven in ,Gaither Hall Chapel. ^
Piano solos and vocal solos ano.
ensembles will be heard, and
the choir will render several
numbers, amonG them beinG the
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin.
Tlie public is invited to attend.
SENIOR COLLEGE HISTORY
CLASS OF ’37-'38
Almost one htindred girls from
different parts of the United
States assembled at Montreat
College on September 3, 1936,^to
beglT'thelr duties in the Junior
class. The majority of this
number was entirely new to our
midst, but with a spirit of
cooperation and friendliness we
embarked upon the tasks set be
fore us. Before the year was
over, several had been forced for
one reason or another to leave
the class. This was sad for the
rest of us, but we continued our
studies and good times as earnest
ly as ever, looking forward to th
the time vHien we v/ould be in the
elevated position of Seniors.
There are several events which
are outstanding in our memories
of our Junior year. During
October of that year, the class
enjoyed a-"Kid Party” at the
Hen’s Club. The main purpose of
this party was to make --vis forget
that we \7cre away from hom.e, some
for the first time and hom.e sick,
and to help us to get acquainted
with our follo\7 Juniors.
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