7ol. 12, No. 7
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H I™ happened 1
^ Booause;,Qf ■' ill health our printer
'-in Black Mp-unboan^ Mr„ Cupninghoia^' had
to’-give up. his ■work. For thi.s reason,
' this tissue of the Dialette could not
he ,pointed„ Me hope to have . things in
> linp by next■ month and a fing last,
j issue of the .paper for you.
DOT JEAN»S PECITAL ■'
■ On April 12, at 8>00 p.m.. Montreat
Chlie'ge presented Miss Dorothy Jean - ■
•Sandefer in her Oenior Recital, assisted
by-Miss Ida Lou Gibson, Soprano.
' '' Miss Spndefer’S- brunette beauty vms
set off b-y ,an . ice-blue satin govm. Her
fio^TOrs were,pink roses. Miss Gibson'
vm-s'becomingly attired" in black and
white. Her flowers were red.carnations.
" The fi.rst par-t of the' program con
sisted, of. "Prelude in*E flat Minor" by
Bach and "Sonata Patheti'que, Op. 13",
"Grave-Allegro de Malto", "Adagio Can-
tabile", and "Allegro" by Beethoven,
During the.intermission,, a large
basket of -yaried fl'ov/ers waS; pres,ented
Miss'Sarfdefer and red roses were given
to Mrs'S Lord, ’■ •’
The" second part of the p'rogram xvas ■■
three* solos by Miss Ida Lou .Gii)son,. '
Si'prano, "Alleluia", by •'Mozart, "The';',.
L’xttle Shepherd Song" by Watts," andi■ '■
"The Bliie 'Danube", by Strauss-Li ebling,
*The 'last part of the program consis
ted of "Polanaise in C sharp Minor" by
G‘. ,.r-pin, "Liebestraim?' bj/- Li-szt,''"’'Rondo
Gapriccioso'.'tby Mendelssohn-Beach,"From ■
a Log 'Cabin" ;and "Hvingarian" by MacDov/ell
On Tuesda;9- high-t, ;April 8,''the nev;
. Cabinet' for 'the coming .yean vr&s' in-
, .staJL.l.ed, '■■ Joa''n 'Rodr'iap .of, Hluefield,
.jfest Virginia’, a^-junior end house-pres,
of Fellov^ship, v.rill^ servo- as student
body-..president next .year. Succeeding
Dorothy Je'aii Sandefer in this - office,
she will preside over meetings of the
Cabinet and lead s-tudent. government
on the campus,* ' . , . ■
Ifforking v/itH her e^s .vioe-prebident
iS; Helen'Cassell of Roanoke, Virginia,
This year Hel'en' has been a hoUse-pres.
in the Inn,
. Jo-Anno'-Heizer‘of Ravtlings, Virginia,
was elected 'president .of. the College
Ath],ea-bo-Board,_''She .ViT^s. on the Board
this year 'and vras' also chairman of the
Spiritual L^fe Group.
Our.’noiT- editor_,i]or th.o. Staff of
Student Publications is Mabel Lee Yfells
of Cynthiana, Kentucky. She has had
expoi’ience on both the Cabinet and the
Staff_, having been Secretary of the
Cabinet -bhis year and-.Bditor-in-Chief
of the; S., P. Si in ber-'sophomore year,
Gladys Goodman of Mooresville, North
Carolina, is the new president of the
.College Christian .Yo.uth Fellowship.,
"She held this same office in her sopho
more year, - ’ ■
The house-presidents, for next year
are:.- .Ruby Brotming,. Qarey. Lee Pratt,
and Mary Katherine Yfopd* . Ruby and J.'Ir.ry
Katherine are serving on-the second and
third floore. of the Inn, respectively,
Carey Lee. is* at Fellowship.
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'Wfjion you 'ha-te' nothing to say, say -
nothing. —'C'i' C,’Colton