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Merry Christmas
THE DIALETTE
Happy New Year
Vol. 14, No. 3.
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
December, 1948
Alumnae Come Back
From Many States
These twenty-seven alumnae re
turned to share in the annual
homecoming program at Thanks
giving:
Betty Epting, Marjorie Brown,
and Willodeen Dukes, Appalachian
State Teachers College, Boone,
North Carolina; Helen Fomby,
Elizabeth Stillman, and Nell
Sugg, Alabama College, Montev-
ala, Alabama; Helen Loyd, Rt. 3,
LaGrange, Georgia; Jo Anne
Heizer, Lake City, S. C.; Joan
Rodrian, Landgraf, W. Va.; Jane
Cook, Agnes Scott, Atlanta, Ga.
Mable Lee Wells, Seneca, S. C.
Jane Bachman, Gastonia, N. C.
Dorothy Jean Sandefer, Betty
Jean Genoble, and Douglass Har
rell, Winthrop College, Rock Hill,
S. C.; Zan Emery, Maryville Col
lege, Maryville, Tenn.; Mary Helen
Vanes, Tifton, Ga.; Gilmer Lee
T. ynch, Elon College, Elon Col
lege, Elon, N. C.; Patsy Alexand
er, Lees McRae, Banner Elk, N.
C., Mary Holshouser, W.C.U.N.C.,
Greensboro, N. C.; Virginia Buck
ner, Meridith College, Maxton
N. C.; Mary Ellen Lucas, Middle-
b’^ook, Va.; Vivian Hodges, Black
Mountain, N. C.; Helen Cassell, 11.1
White St., Lexington, Va., and
Mary Jo Jackson, V.P.I., Blacks
burg, Va.
Mrs. Josephine Hyatt Ventress
v'as a visitor at Montreat this fall.
She brought news of two other
alumnae; Nannette Choate works
in the visa department at the U.S.
consulate in Naples, Italy; and
Faye I ouise Choate is working at
the Welfare Department in Char
lotte, N. C.
We extend sincerest sympathy
to Mrs. Estes, our dietitian, and
to Mrs. Robert Quillen, our friend,
in their recent bereavements; to
Mrs. Estes, on the death of her
rro'her, and to Mrs. Quillen, on
the death of her husband.
Pictured above in a scene from “Christmas for Cinderella” are
Myrta Borges as Kitty, Joan Guthrie as Joan Hollister, and Catherine
Eblen as Susan Hollister. Other members of the cast were: Louise
Hollister (Jane Hollister Gordon), Winnie Ferguson; Mary Ann Bax
ter, Ruby Morton; and Mrs. Kelly, Florence Young. Miss Boardman
direcled the play, and other members of the Dramatics class assisted
in the production.
December 19 Set For
Christmas Pageant
Again we see the simple scenes
depicting the birth of Christ, and
once more we will hear the fami
liar songs that have always been
associated with the pre-Christmas
program in Montreat, when the
annual Christmas pageant is pre
sented in Gaither Chapel on Sun
day evening, December 19.
The choir will be responsible for
the music; and other students tak
ing part in the dramatization in-
dude Joan Guthrie as Mary, and
Betty Charles McLeod as Joseph.
Mirta Borges is the Herald Angel;
and the Cherubim are Betty Whit
tle, Wilma Carr, and Virginia
Wood. The parts of the shepherds
will be enacted by Alyene Draper,
Marie Patrick, Jean Thackston, and
Lilly Mitchell, with Catherine By-
Christmas Play Is
Viewed From Backstage
Looking' at the poster advertis
ing the Dramatics Club play
“Christmas for Cinderella” they
remarked, “I guess I’ll go. It
doesn’t cost anything and it is
lomething different.”
Behind this remark hides a time
of frantic, worried or sublimely
nconscious looks on the faces of
the cast, etc.
It began with the first practices
linus books, which brought blank
looks and blanker minds. When
the lines got better, props ap-
:'eared to upset things; and then
ame the shock of soft davenports
p’acing hard benches, and other
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rum, Carey Lee Pratt, and Pat Har
ley portraying the Wise Men.
Charlotte Roth is the traveller and
Peggy Gregg the Watchman.
Santa And Sophs
Plan Party For All
Santa Claus and his helpers,
the Sophomore class, will be at
Anderson Auditorium Saturday
night, December 19, to deliver
presents to the Montreat College
girls. Everyone drew names on
the seventh, and the “angels” have
since been performing good deeds
for their “mortals.”
The Sophomores want to keep
most of their plans a secret, but
hey have admitted that there’ll
'oe a Christmas tree with all the
immings and plenty of enter-
ainment.
Old Legend Inspires
Consecration Service
Once, a long time ago, a very
good king celebrated his birth
day. All his servants were invited
to a feast in honor of the occas
ion; and to show their stainless
'oyalty and devotion to him, they
all brought white gifts — the
symbol of purity and love.
This old legend was the basis for
the inspiring consecration service
held at vesper time last night. In
T, we were challenged to bring
our bodies, minds, and wills, as
the perfect token of the birthday
of our King — Jesus Christ.
Choir And Glee Club
To Siner Carols
From Many Lands
One of the highlights of the
Christmas season will be the pro
gram of Christmas music present
ed by the College Choir, under
the direction of Miss Elidabeth
Woodhouse, and the High School
Glee Club, under the direction of
Miss Lee Haney. The program will
consist of Christmas carols from
different lands including some old
traditional ones. Soloists on the
urogram will be Mirta Borges and
Catherine Byrum.
OLIDAYS
    

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