North Carolina Newspapers

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The Dialette
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, N. C.
STUDENT ACTIVITY PEE DAY TO BE OBSERVED, PEB. B j f
A CAMPAIGN!
Excitement! VJhj Is that girl
sitting there in Gaither Hall,
and v/hj are all those girls pay
ing her money? Two dollars,"is
it? Oh, yes, this is Thursday,
Student Activity Pee Day. V/hat
are those girls v/earing on their
shoulders as proudly as a cor
sage? An acknowledgment that
they’ve paid their fee? Pine.
That entitles thera to all the
copies of the Dialette and the
Sun Dial, a vivid recording of
their days in !!ontreat.
Write horiie today for two dol
lars, pay it to the member of
the Sun Dial Staff at the table
near the entrance to the Chapel
--any time Thursday.
Join the ranks!
ITHO’S mio
Vlvi^ Husterman. one of those
^rTs from way off, (St. Louis,
1 Issouri, to be exact) heard
about hontreat through h^r moth
er who came here in the summer
for a conference. About the
first thing she mentioned, when
"Yours Truly" interviewed her,
v/as that brother of hers, who
is graduating from High School
this year, Pamily pride, ehl
She wants to be a dietitian,
and we’re sure, with Hiss Miles'
able instruction, she’ll have
a big send off for Washington
"U" v;here she hopes to go later.
Vivian, "Bib" to her friends,
took a summer trip to Colorado
recentlj^ and visited the Grand
Canyon. V/e’re glad she didn’t
fali in, for look what a good
basketball captain v;e would
have missed!
Leila Glbert caiiie to us from
Rodman, T.' C.,near Rock Hill.Her
ancestors carae over from Prance
"wa^’’ back yonder" , (You’ve notic
ed that decidedly Prench twinkle
in her eye, haven’t you?) After
finishing here she plans to go
to Winthrop. At present she
likes reading as a hobb^r, and
History is her favorite"subject.
(Miss Hoyt, please take notice!)
Mary "Ethie" Mason it seems,
has lead a very normal life
school and camp taking up about
all her time. Her father is a
doctor in Roanoke, Va. By far
the most outstanding thing about
Mary "Ethie" is her entire devo
tion to "McClellan". V/liether it
is the ten cent store or a "mys
terious him", we’re not quite
sure. (That’s some tiling for
Snookle to look up,) However,
all her work and future plans
are to help "McClellan". She’s
majoring in Home Economics, so
we gather she’s planning now to
be a good wife to "McClellan".
Frances Mitchell comes from
North Carolina’s own hills, be
ing born and reared in Asheville.
The most outstanding incident of
her childhood was being run over.
As the driver was a lawyer and
knew his business, she got noth
ing from it except a hurt foot.
For a hobby and a pleasant pas
time, Prances draws, but for her
profession, she prefers steno
graphic work. And by the v/ay,
if you see any flies or fleas
about, save them for Elmer,her
pet lizard,’ who at present is
very hungry, I understand,
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