Vol. 12, No. 5
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, N. C.
KEPLEY AND IIUBBAMD ELECTED QUEEN,
MAID»OF-HONOR FOR 1947 MAY DAY
IL S. Girls Honored
In Poetry Contest
According to an announcement
received by Miss Collette, High
School English teacher, from Den
nis Hartman, Secretary of the Na
tlonal Poetry Association, Los
Angeles, California, poems writ
ten by Jane Turner and Jody Gil
liam of Montreat have been ac
cepted for publication in the An
nual Anthology of High School
Poetry. “Sounds of the Night” by
Jane Turner and “God’s Will” by
Jody Gilliam were the poems
The Montreat College Band pre
sented a Christmas Program of
Sacred Music in chapel on Decem
ber 14. The full band opened with
“From Highest Heaven to Earth I
Come.” Helen Fomby read the
scripture, Isaiah 9:2-7. The Brass
Quartet played “O Sanctissima”
and “O Holy Night,” after which
Grace Poyser read another scrip
ture passage, Luke 2:8-14. Hum
phrey Armistead gave a trumpet
solo, “Holy Night, Silent Night.”
The program closed ■^ith “Hark!
The Herald Angels Sing.”
The band members are Madge
Brownlee, Virginia Tillson, Alice
Poyser, Grace Poyser, Helen Fom
by, Elizabeth Stillman, Zan Em
ery, Bette Hanna, Virginia Buck
ner, Maria Jane Perry, Norma
Jean Hill, Harriette Seely, Fran-
■ ces Avena, Karen Johnson, Helen
Brewer, and Humphrey Armi
The band is under the direction
of Miss Campbell and has pro
gressed rapidly this year.
RESOLUTIONS THEY HAVE MADE
by Vicki Samburg
New Year’s and Resolutions;
Resolutions and New Year’s. How
well they go together! Here’s some
resolutions your reporter finds
that some Montreat girls have
Eachie resolves not to run in
the hall anymore (until she gets
Azielee resolves not to make
eyes at any more men—for after
all, it just wouldn’t be right now.
Jewell Jarrott resolves to go to
breakfast at least once every six
Edie Mac resolves never to trav
el by bus again. How glad she
must have been to see Montreat
after the trip, back after Christ
To W. S. S. F.
The World Student Service
devastating effects of World War
I and World War II.
This organization helps provide
food, clothing, housing, books,
study material, student rehabilita
tion service, and medical relief
for students, regardless of class,
race, religion, or country.
All girls contributed to this but
Fund was organized by American the contributions have not been
students and professors to help' added yet. Will let you know the
European and Asiatic students to | exact amount in the next issue of
continue their studies after the the paper.
Pat Cox resolves not to sleep
through more than two classes a
Steve resolves not to miss chap
el anymore. (She missed an oppor
tunity to walk across the stage).
Virginia Wood resolves not to
make any more F’s in biology.
Mary J. Mackey resolves not to
let anyone take her boy friend
away from her.
Batty Attwood resolves to re
member her Spanish assignment
for at least one night.
Isabel Robertson resolves to dis
pose of her chewing gum before
she goes into Miss McClure’s class.
Nancy Harris resolves to stop
talking so much while Dot Hod-
nett resolves to talk more.
Lovie resolves to call Dr. Reeves
“you dear sweet person,” so she’ll
get on the good side of her and
make a good grade.
Margaret Haynie resolves to
make a high speed in typing
while Paulina Hagan resolves to
improve her handwriting.
Lib Miller resolves not to go
running around for S. P. S. stories
on the deadline date.
Frankie Dysart resolves that she
needs to take another class in his
tory now, for she has only three
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Azielee Kepley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. Kepley of Kope-
well, Virginia, will reign as May
Queen for Montreat College in
1947, and Jane Hubbard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hubbard of
Nathalie, Virginia, will be Maid-
of-Honor. Azielee is a senior in
college and Jane a senior in high
Representing the various col
lege classes as attendants will be
the following: senior class. Sue
Burney; junior class, Jo Anne
Heizer; sophomore class, Evelyn
Wallace; freshman class, Sybil
On the same day on which the
above were elected, the college
chose the following girls as "Su
perlatives" for this year. Most
Courteous, Azielee Kepley; Most
Dependable, Barbara Stevenson;
Best Sport, Jo Clyburne; Friend
liest, Millie Bailey; Best All-
Around, Dot Jean Sandafer.
Dr. King Speaks
“The important part of your
work as a Church secretary w.ill
not be the mechanical work of
typing, shorthand, and bookkeep
ing, but the greatest Christian
service comes in your opportunity
to do personal work and witness
ing in the homes, Sunday school,
chapels, and other organizations
of the Church and Community in
which you serve.” This was the
essence of an inspiring talk given
by Dr. King to tlie members of
the Lydian Club on Monday nigh.t
January 13, at their regular meet
ing in the Home Economics Labor
The short business meeting was
presided over by Carey Lee Pratt,
President, and in the absence of
the secretary, the minutes and roll
call were read by Betty Attwood,
Vice-President. A poem was read
by Willodeen Dukes.
Time oftsoon will tumble '
All of us together like leaves in a
Humbled indeed down into the