]9^I May. 1941 _
■ TliE' DI-ALETTE,
1941 COLLEGE CLASS HISTORY ' '■
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One of our first wo.ys' of accepting
this responsibility was by taking our
little- sisters to the formal reception
held at the Assembly Inn, There we met
the new faculty and became acquainted
with many of the new students. The
pride we felt on being the hostesses at
this occasion can't be expressed.
¥fe had hardly recovered from this when
the Sun Dial and -Dialette staff sponsor
ed an Amo.teur program and the popularity
of Miss Henderiite and Kiss Cooper \"J-ith
the nev/ students \7ns insui’cd.
Then the y.P.C. council stepped in
and put us all to work on the State
Festival. Remember? Florida won, but-
you must admit Tennessee gave it some
keen competition. ,
October -Viras ushered in y-kith the Facul-ly
play—"They're ITone of Them Perfect.
It .made splendid entertainment and
incidentally portrayed our school
teachers as human beings.
About this tine v/e had for our vreek-end
gu'est Miss Orene Mclllwain. C-ur ^/ish
for the Junior Class is that they may
have more inspirational speakers lixc
her. Miss Mclllv/ain sponsored our Sun
day morning worship service anu oui
Sunday evening vesper progr.om. ^ The
members of the Y. P. C. council enjoyed
a retreat to Hontreat Camp on M.^nday,
One of the thrilling things that
happened in November was the Wedding.
Of all the "ooing" and "ahing" as the
bride walked doiwri the aisle and all the
sighs as she and her husband departed
from the chapel, I've never heard.
You'd think these college girls wero
interested in marriage i
A little later we Seniors had our Hick
party. I can see Miss Hoyt doing the
Virginia Reel nov;. And wasn't Jo Cre-Lig
a. scream with all her freckles?
I I 7ihdthor;mcmorab!lo ,occasion of - llcvembcr-
Tims -the Style S.iiow p.rescrjtod by -ivoy’s.
Have you ever soo-n so many beautiful
clothes? ' '
The month of December is exciting in
itself. Do you remember hov; we counted
the .days and v/atched the 'calendar?
Then the week before holidays brought
"Peanut Week" to us. We nearly ' went
"nuts" trying to find out who our pea
nut WO.S, but wasn't it fun to keep our
ovm .peanut in suspense?
and all the
vacation we all en-
s party at Imderson
wibn Mr- !i Idrs, Santa Claus
little Santa Claus child
ren. I'll ivager that's the first time
you've seen his vriiole family!
Miss Hoyt’s Christmas pageant was the
? the month.,
is vre romom-
most impressive thing
We'll remember it as lo:
ilnd then vacation—all the packing of
suit cases and good-byes and best
wishes and merry Christmases. Two
wcoks of wonderful freedom !
School started again with a bang on
January 2. We hated 'to come back, but
we were glad when wo got hero. About a
vrook':l.-.tor 'we all started in studying
for earnest, because exams were Just
around the corner.
.iind then - vie beceme quarantined i Oh
those poor girls vfno vrore away that
iToek-ond. It cost them more than their
fare—three days in the infirmary after
returning to school. They took it
Seniors, we'll never forget our Senior
supper v;-ill we? Yfo really vrorked but
wasn't it fun? I'd like to say s-ome-
thing about making those sticky popcorn
balls, but I d--:n't suppose I ought t6 J
Anyway the supper was a big success.
You remember our King and Queen of
Hearts? Marianna and "Snookey". Of
course! They're, the ones who i roindd
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