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October^ 19i;2..
Thin year's pilgrimage to Mt. liitcholl,
highest point oast of the Rookies, Tra.s
finally made on Friday., after the plans
for going on Monday viore lipset by rain.
The tlirce truck-loadf. of tired but
happy raountain-climbero i".'tu,.T cd in the
evening T/ith a unanirnoar declaration
from everyone that the day had been tfc]B
north waiting for.
Lunch 'iras eaten before the climb to the
top. The bill-of-fare vras typical pic
nic grub—ham, date spread, and tomato
sandT.’ichos ; hard boiled eggs; pork and''
bcann; apples; chocolate candy; cold
The viow was excellent, ind fion among
the many cameras that r.err .-^lo’crished
there should come some qu,l le crouitablo
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Through-out all America, patriotic
people 'are collecting scrap-iron for
defense, and it is a real jcy to see
that v;o have some of that same spirit
hero in Montreat, It gave mo a real
thrill to hear one of the girls say,
"It certainly is raining, but the war
goes on, and we must do our part"
Come on girls.' Lct»s get that scrap-
iron, It is this same spirit that vdll
keep our America "the land of the free
and home of the bravo,"
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Pumpkins_ black cats, and ghosts will
be th;. general theme of Saturday night
the when Montreat girls will get
fiioir share of thrills and chills at the
il a 11 owe-on parties sponsored by each
clasSu The night T.dll bo a black and
very eff'cctivo background for the
"ha'nts", who lurk in deep shadowy
places and provide that creepy atmos
phere that makes H allowo’en so much fui.
Dressing in grotesque costumes i.’: one
feature of the evening that appeals vary
strongly to the sense of the ludicrous
in everyone. Thus, it will be a motley
crowd that gathers around the fortune
teller >'s booth, the apple-bobbing tub,
or in a ghost-story-tclling circle.
Games, rofrcshm.cnts, and decorations,
committees are at work in each, class
v/ith their plans for making the parties
a time of fun and frivolity.
Senior College class party r;ill be in
the Home Economies Lab,, and Freshman
College Class vdll convene at the Re
creational Hall for its Hallovro'en ca
pers, The H igh School will moot os
follov/s: Senior High in Fcllow’ship
Lobby; Junior H igh in College Hfcll
Lobby; Sophomore High in Gaither Room 1;
Freshman High in Anderson Chapel,
The entertainment for tonight features
a separate progromi for College and High
School, I.G.SS Rachel Hassell vdll give
a musicale for High School in the Lobby
of Fellowship, Folk dancing in Anderson
has been planned for the College girls.

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