Vol. 13, No. .5.
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
High School Board Announces Valentine Program
MEMBERS OP CAST PLAYING IN “THE LAND OP BON BONS”
V^hat^s In A Name?
By Cordie Hylton
Have you ever noticed the re-' as large as the copy of the
mains of the old sun dial down in; Dialette that you hold in your
Central Park? Only a cement base | hand. It consisted of four small
is left of the once impressive dial; pages, was unbound, and had
which bore the inscription, “We only group pictures in it. The Al-
count only the sunny hours”. Did
you ever associate it with our
yearbook, suspecting that this
part time-keeper was the origin
of its name?
It isn’t really, although it did
contribute the motto, slightly re
vised, “We only count the hours
that shine.” The title itself was
borrowed from a student news
paper at Randolph-Macon Col-
ma Mater, by Mrs. Armistead,
was printed for the first time in
this issue which was sponsored
by Miss Annette Crocheron, head
of the English Department.
No traces can be found of an
annual for the following year;
but in 1926 a larger, paper-bound
volume appeared. Nineteen hund
red and twenty-seven marked the
tenth anniversary of Montreat
lege, and Miss Nannie Watkins, | Normal School, and there was an
an alumna of that school, and at' anniversary publication to com-
that time principal of Montreat, ^ memorate it.
was instrumental in its choice.
The first issue, in 1924, was not
Each year lias marked improve-
-Coniiniicd on Page 4
TradiHon Of Annual
G. W. Party Is Revived
“Well, h’lo George, where in
the world are you going all dress
“Who, me? Well, shucks, I’m
going to a party in my honor.
Martha and I are both going—
why don’t you come along?”
“Now, George, what would 1
wear? Here I stand in jeans and
you’re all dressed up in lace and
ribbons and—well look at that
George, you oven have your hair
“You know it! Did you ever
see George Washington going to
a party when he wasn’t dressed
up? And listen, all I did was roll
my jeans up to my knees; tie a
ribbon around the bottom of both
pants legs, with the bows in
—Continued on Page 4
Pun Begins With
Carnival at 7:00 P. M.
Tonight Anderson Chapel will
be the scene of gala Valentine
festivities, a double feature pro
gram sponsored by the High
School Athletic Board, and under
the direction of Miss Carrie May
McElroy. The program consists
of a Carnival opening at 7:00 p.
m. and a comedy operetta begin
ning at 8:30 p. m.
How long has it been since you
had a creamy, delicious chocolate
sundae, or a fat hamburger with
all the fixing, or a cold coco-cola?
The shelves at the Carnival drug
store will be amply supplied to
furnish good food for all.
High entertainment at the car
nival is promised at the fish pond,
in the fortune tellers’ booth and
in the fun house.
Candy Lives In
Do you want to see living can
dies? Do you want to see them
dance, act and sing? Can you
imagine Joyce Oliver as a choco
late drop, Norma Hill a pepper
mint stick, Betty Jo Cooper a
— Continued on Page 5
Bible School Training
Course Will Be Offered
On April 23, 24, and 25, Miss
Elizabeth Glascock from Rich
mond, Virginia, will conduct at
Montreat College a Bible School
Institute consisting of intensive
curriculum training for teachers
in Daily Vacation Bible Schools.
In preparation for this training
course, for which students will
receive certificates of credit. Miss
Anderson will teach a ten-hour
course based on the textbook,
Understanding Children, by Sher
rill, for several weeks before the
date of the institute.
Dr. James Carr of Nashville,
Tennessee, Director of Religious
Education for the Synod of Ap-
pallachia, was in Montreat Thurs-
—Conliiiuod on Page 3