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KEEPING UP WITH
MR. MARTIN CLARK, PROFESSOR IN MATH
MEET MARTIN CLARK
I wonder how many people out there in
Newspaper Land have ever felt they had
to keep up with the Jones'? I have met
a Jones that has proven It would be
difficult. The Jones I am referring to
Is our own Dr. Jones, the head of the
Business Administration Department,
and a new addition to liontreat-Ander-
To keep up with Dr. Jones, one would
first have to have a wife and four
children. This, for the majority of us,
would be quite Impossible to even begin
to keep up withi He has one daughter
and three sons, one of which Is Ken, a
freshman this year on campus. His wife
works In our library, and both most
likely walk to work, since they live
only about one hundred yards from the
To be a Jones In this case, Is to have
taught English for twenty-four years.
Now frankly. I'm having enough trouble
with writing this one article, let alone
teaching an English class!
Another difficulty one would have
with trying to keep up with Dr. Jones Is
that he Is the proud grandparent of
twins. I wonder how many Jones' can
boast of that?
Dr. Jones has plenty of stories he can
tell because not only has he lived the
life of a teacher, but he also has lived
the life of a Colonel In the United
A lover of Montreat, Dr. Jones has been
here summer after summer.-,^ He
happened upon his present position
while reading the Presbyterian Survey.
He says he's "doing what I want to do,
where I want to do It," but there Is one
problem. Of all the beaches, sunny days
and Florida memories, the one thing Dr.
Jones misses Is his Florida Gators.
Well, welcome to Montreat Dr. Jones!
Maybe In time he'll get tar on his heels,
and the Jones' will be keeping up with
We would like to recognize one of our
newer members of the Montreat-Ander-
son teaching faculty: Mr. Martin Clark.
Originally a Mountain Retreat
vacatloneer from New Jersey, he
decided to look into college education
at Montreal. His main goal was to
retire from his job at AT. 8 T. and
come down to Montreal to teach as a
At first there weren't any openings.
But last summer, he finally received
one (an offer) after prayer about
whether to become a teacher. At this,
he retired and moved down to Montreal.
Looking back, Mr. Clark says that his
Christianity has been with him from his
childhood onward. But, he also states
that his true spiritual growth started
with his decision to go to a church that
preaches the true Word. From what can
be seen, he Is a true Christian and a
good teacher for which God should be
thanked for sending our way.
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MR FRAZIER JONES. PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS