North Carolina Newspapers

    THE DIALETTE
Vol. 13, No. 8
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
May, 1948
1948 Commencement Speakers Are Announced
MONTREAT COLLEGE CLASS OF ’48
Out Lifers Guiding Star
By JANE BACHMAN
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Then to thee, Alma Mater, we’ll
ever be true.
Though the coming years scatter
us far;
And the ideals you taught us will
ever be bright
Shining out as our life’s guiding
star.”
The time has come when the
seniors must leave their Alma
Mater; they will scatter from it,
but never forget it. We’ve been
talking to the seniors, trying to
find out just where they are going
and what they are going to do. It
seems that the next generation in
many places is destined to be in
fluenced by Montreat ideals.
Born and bred in La Grange,
Georgia, Helen Loyd guesses she
will teach English there next year.
When Helen was asked what she
liked most about Montreat she
said, “The Mountains and the
beauties that make you feel close
to God ”
Clinton, South Carolina, will be
losing one of its best citizens if
Jean Morton decides to teach in
North Carolina. Jean hopes to
teach the third grade in Gibson,
North Carolina. She says she de
cided to return to Montreat after
she graduated in 1946 because it
was a small, friendly college
where everyone is recognized as
an individual.
The United States must have
made a pretty good impression on
Gloria Diaz because, instead of re
turning to her home in Las
Palacios, Cuba, she hopes to re
main in the states and work next
year. Gloria smiled and with a
sparkle in her eyes said, “ I like
everything about Montreat.”
Maryland or Virginia? It
doesn’t make any difference to
Inez Johnson which state she
teaches in as long as she teaches
the third grade. Her home is in
Baltimore, Maryland. Inez says
the thing that has impressed her
most about Montreat College
since she was a freshman is the
wonderful spiritual atmosphere
that exists on the campus.
The spirit of adventure lures
Juanita Connell as she seriously
—Continued on Page 3
Miss Burney Directs
May Day Program
May Day festivitties are to be
held on the afternoon of May 22,
at 4 o’clock in Central Park. The
lirocessional will be “Pomp and
Circumstance” and as the court
enters onto the grassy slope down
into the park, it will be heralded
by voices blended in our May Day
Song.
Representatives to the court
have previously been named. To
these young ladies’ names, how
ever, can be added the name of a
young gentleman, Billie Burkes,
who will act as crownbearer.
The program for the celebration
is under the direction of Miss Sue
Burney. Betty Smith will furnish
the music.
CHATTER BOX
It isn’t long now. The number
of minutes and hours until that
final day have been figured so
often that they will probably be
seconds shorter from all the wear
and tear. But in spite of the ex
citement people still seem to have
time for such a prosaic thing as
—Continued on Page 7
Wade H. Boggs and
Charles B. S. Kraemer
To Deliver Addresses
Speakers for the Montreat
commencement services were re
cently announced by Dr. Mc
Gregor. Reverend Wade H. Boggs,
who is executive secretary of the
Committee of Christian Education
and Ministerial Relief, Louisville,
Kentucky, will preach the Bacca
laureate sermon at the eleven
o’clock service on Sunday morn
ing, May 23. The Reverend
Charles E. S. Kraemer, pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church of
Charlotte, will deliver the com
mencement address at the exer
cises, Monday, May 24.
Chapel exercises on Saturday
consist of the presentation of
scholarship, athletic, and other
awards to the deserving students
in these fields.
Another special service during
the last weekend will be the final
vesper program of the Christian
Youth Fellowship on Sunday eve
ning, which will be led by a guest
speaker.
Marshals Chosen
The College and High School
Faculties are proud to announce
the marshals for this year's com
mencement exercises.
Representing the High School
junior class are Nancy Armistead
and Louise Chandler; sophomore
class, Francine Larrinoa; fresh
man class, Harriet Massey.
Serving for the College will be
Virginia Wood and Vicky Sam-
burg, junior class; Marjorie
Robertson, sophomore class; and
Joy Stevens, freshman class.
These eight girls were chosen
according to scholarship, sports
manship, attitude, and marching
ability. They will lead the faculty
and classes in marching at the
commencement exercises.
And here is an explanation, in
one word, of why Frances Brown
looks so happy and sings so
pretty—Ralph!
    

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