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Montrcat College, Montrcat, K. C.
' Septcintcr, 1941
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Welcome, nev.'_ students, to Montreat for
your first t'lme, and 'vvelcone bade, old
students. To \you new ^irls—Hontre at
along with its 'v^ollege life is a place
you will soon Ze'arn to. il^pTC and to
cherish. The rii^s, \moet hero are
girls you will bo proud to know; the
friends you make her'^S are ti^uly lasting
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This.is. college; therefore, V'hy not
make it mean the most toVou? \You came
uith the idoa of. learning\ but you cr.m.c
also to liavc a good time, s^tstj^irill bo
given to you along'v/ith a mhny|i^3:\ous 1 y
spirituai. . life which only Moh^^it can
To have a. good time and enjoy ^
in our collogo .isn't hard, but \?^Yy
phase of school life is inporini^.
Sports and .genes arc. held every aft^^
noon; parties and fun for all coi^d
often; morning worship begins each day^
and Sunda.y in Montreat is truly'a day of'
rest and vrarship. Class vrork is
work not to be ncgicctod, and to malco
good in it is an honor. But to be
an all-eircund girl one should follov/
each and every iJ«.rt of life in Montroat.
You arc ..in college now, and there are
great opportanitios laid before you.
It's ’up to 2’’ou to nake. the best of
President of Student Body
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Approximately 335 students lifivo enroll
ed for the 1941 session of Montroat
College. The oocning chap.cl exorcises
vrorc held at 10:0p'. A.M., S^pt. 11, . in
Gaither Chapel -^th Dr. /^. C. Andorsen,
■' president, pres:^iqg, Di-. J. W. Cnld-
' wol.l, pastor of tf'^fMonxrOL;t Fros'bpia.r-hv.;
Church, opened/the oxj^cises with prayer.
Dr. Margaret ^pencer/ dean of tlio Cbllege.
i.ntrcduced Mrs. R. C. Anderson, lir. c.nd
Mrs. Creshy Adams,/l.Iiss Margaret YiTado.,
assistant ctc-an, end twentp'-five members
of the co^ego r/id high school faculty.
Dr. C.• g/ Davi'e, pastor cf the Fir*st'
Prcsbytor.i^J7*^hurch, Asheville, M. C.,
dolivei-^t^'^^ address v/hicli was on
inspirai/^/i to the girls, faculty
Dr. Asyterson gave to. the girls
vay-/,yie suggestions for making
mos/pyof their college'dc,ys.
of the faculty have
year; Miss Hallic T.
ir now members
/H(6cn c.ddod this
/^lair, Blairsvillc, S. C., Business Edu-
cation; Miss’ Elsie .Fletcher, iJev;Ycrk,
M. Y., Bible, Miss Alice MacFariane,
^ Minneapolis, Minnesefc, English; Miss
■Isa Ruth Plank, Lyons, .Kansas, Chemistry.
Four dormitories’ . are ' .in use this
including the Alba, Fellcr/rship and
College, Ledge.- Again Sylvan Heights
is being used as a dornitoir'’ until the
now stena dermiterrr viiich is under cor-
stracticn is c,vailable. This wil 1 housc
100 girls. By Cliristmas, enough of the
. building will prcbablp’- be finished ,to
enable half the niunbc’r to move in.
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