North Carolina Newspapers

    THE DIALETTE
VOL. 15, NO. 23.
MONTUEAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER, 1949
S. P. S. Announces New Members
Sarah Sherman
Freshman Class
President
Watch out. Freshmen! Your
class president was born on Fri
day the thirteenth; so if any of
you are superstitioSus, maybe
you’d better see about making
a change quick-like.
Before you make up your minds,
though, it might be a good idea
to find out if Frday the 13th is
such an unlucky day after all.
Anyway, let us check on the evi
dence before condemning the poor
girl.
Let’s see - here it is in the re
cords.
ACCUSED: Sarah Ann Sher
man
BORN: Friday, February 13,
1931.
KIN: Usual amount of par
ents (Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sher
man), one brother, two sisters.
RESIDENCE: Gadsden, Ala
bama
RECORD: High School honor
student. Editor of high school
annual. Member of several clubs.
Winner of oratorical contests.
President of Presbyterian Youth
Fellowship. Secretary of Presby
tery’s Young People.
HOBBIES: Music, swimming,
reading.
COLLEGE MAJORS: Religion,
Business Education.
Well, there you have it. Still
superstitious ?
S. P. s.
invites you to
THE STAFF ROOM
to a sale of
ANNUAL PICTURES
m.O'Ntreat scarves
OLD ANNUALS
Plan New Historical
Foundation Building
Patricia Williams
The Historical Foundation of
the Presbyterian and Reformed
Churches was established in 1902
by Dr. S. M. Tenny in Texarkana,
Texas. In 1927 the institution was
brought to the Assembly Inn in
Montreat. From a small beginn
ing, consisting of a package of
old manuscripts, the accumula
tion of the Foundation has grown
by leaps and bounds until the
present-day library and vaults
are fairly bursting their seams.
Lot number one in Montreat
has been selected as the site for
the new Historical Foundation
Building. The tentative date of
April 1, 1950, has been set for
the beginning of work on the new
building which was designed by
Alfred Morton Githers of New
York City.
The plans for this building pre
sent a picture of space and ad
equacy that the old rooms lack.
It will contain a museum, book
stacks, a Search Room for seri
ous study, and various reading
rooms for casual reading.
A plaque is to be erected at the
entrance of the Foundation in
recognition of the two hundred
and fifty individuals and organi
zations that have contributed to
the new Foundation.
We are proud that this building
will be here in Montreat. It will
bring here many distinguished
scholars, research workers, church
historians, and the like, and we,
the students of Montreat, will
be greatly benefited by the possi
ble contacts with them. We are
especially indebted to this Founda
tion for bringing here a man
whose services we are enjoying.
The chief reason for Reverend
Curry’s being here is to complete
in the Historical Foundation the
research he began in Edinburgh,
Scotland, and we are thankful
for the opportunity of having him
here among us.
DIALETTE STAFF IS COMPLETED FOR THE
1949 - 50 SCHOOL TERM BY BOARD
After several weeks of inter
viewing and judging, the Staff of
Student Publications is now proud
to announce its new members for
the 1949-60 school term.
Anne Mereness, sophomore
transfer from William and Mary,
and Margaret Boseman, junior
from Clinton, South Carolina,
shared honors in being elected
Feature Editors for the coming
year. Both girls are very much
interested in journalism and both
have had poems published in the
AMERICA SINGS Anthology of
college poetry.
Two freshmen - Jolene Parks
and Patricia Williams - will bear
the official title of News Editors
for the year. Jolene is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Parks
of Chatham Hill, Va., and served
as reporter on her high school
paper last year. Patricia is the
daughter of Mrs. Pearl Bradham
and hails from Columbia, South
Carolina.
Charlotte Burgess, junior, will
'ay aside her Club Editor’s cap
to don that of Humor Editor. Her
position this year will give her
more chance than ever to exhibit
her talents; her witty essays and
sketches have long been favorites
on the campus.
Sports Editor for this year will
be Barbara Smith, a sophomore,
from Morganton, North Carolina.
Already one of the hiking leaders
on the Board, and a faithful par
ticipant in all sports, Barbara is
well oualified to fill this position.
Serving on the Business Staff
of the S.P.S. will be a group of
very capable leaders. Pat Harley,
iunior, s the newly-elected As
sistant Adv. Manager of the SUN
DIAL. Margaret Gonano, also a
'unior, is the new Art and Public
ity Manager, and the three typists
”e Katie Groseclose, senior,
PATRONIZE leanor Fnloe, senior, and Kath-
I OUR ADVERTISERS ”yn Patterson, freshman.
Choir Organized For
The New School Year
Recently, the Montreat College
Choir, under the direction of Miss
Elizabeth Woodhouse, organized
for this school year. Fourteen
new members were received, mak
ing a total chorus of thirty-three
voices.
The following girls were added
to the soprano section: Mary Fay
Britt, Miriam Castillo, Beth Mc-
Ilwaine, Josephine Overton, Jo
lene Parks, Ruth Rozier, Mary
Ann Smoak.
New second sopranos included
Wiha Dean Glass, Peggy Mc
Clain, Mary English Porter.
Altos added were Jackie Dillon,
Mary Faye Leslie, Sarah Ann
Sherman, and Colleen Story.
The College Choir sings at every
Sunday morning worship and at
chapel on Wednesdays. Besides
these regular programs, it pre
sents annual Christmas and Spring
concerts.
Miss Ann Arthur, of the College
mus’c faculty, is the accompanist
for the choir.
From Painting . . .
... To Puppets
Jolene Parks
Everyone was simply carried
away by the puppet show that
was given September 17, by Miss
Kitchen, the art teacher at Mon
treat.
Miss Kitchen has been a pup-
petier in the past, but now she
teaches art, along with making
puppets for various shows over
the country.
Miss Kitchen explained that
there are three kinds of puppets
being shown today. She gave a
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