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VOL. 18, NO. 5
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
Student Body Elects King, Krieger,
Broom, And Gillespie
The student bodies of Montreat College
and Montreat High School are fortunate
in having the opportunity to hear so many
outstanding artists during the school year.
One of the most outstanding and most
talked about concerts that has been given
during the past few years was the piano
recital presented at Gaither Hall on Sat
urday, February 14, by Miss Sallie F.
This was Miss Warth’s first concert per
formance in Montreat, and her exceptional
mastery of the keyboard kept the audience
entranced. A storm of applause recalled
her again and again to the stage even
..after her encore.
Miss . Warth, from Huntington, West Vir
ginia, graduated from Oberlin Conserva
tory in 1951 with a Bachelor of Music de
gree. She received her Master of Music
degree from Indiana State University in
1952. She came to Montreat High School
to begin her teaching career in 1952, and
says her plans are to continue to study
music and to teach it.
Her concert program included; Italian
concerts in three movements, by Bach;
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I ATTENDS CONFERENCE |
Miss Miles, Miss Hoyt, Mrs. White, and
Mr. Brewer attended a Presbyterian Fac
ulty Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee,
on February 21 and 22. Some of the speak
ers at the conference were Dr. Hunter B.
Blakely, Secretary of the Division of Higher
Education, Board of Christian Education
of the Presbyterian Church, U. S.; Dr. E.
Fay Campbell, Secretary of the Division
of Higher Education, Board of Christian
Education, Presbyterian Church, U. S. A.;
Dr. Arthur R. McKay, pastor of,, the First
Presbyterian Church, Binghamton,^ New
York and former Professor of Philosophy
at Russell Sage College, Troy, N. Y.; Dr.
E. R. Hunter, Dean of Maryville College;
and Dr. William G. Pollard, Director of
Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies.
Dr. Pollard was recently ordained in the
There were several other speakers and
some instructive round table discussions.
The purpose of the conference was the
organization of the Presbyterian professors
into a Faculty Fellowship so that they
might “find one another, share their faith,
and build in a society that lacks integration
the kind of fellowship which is the char
acteristic nature of the Christian Church.”
March 3 Civic Music Concert
March 7 Senior Recital
—Mary Ann Smoak
March 14 JANE EYRE
March 21 Junior Recital
—Mary Ruth Marshall and Betty Down
March 22 S.C.A. Installation
March 24 Stuart Robinson
Square Dance Team
March 29 S.C.A. Easter Pageant
1953-54 CAMPUS LEADERS
The Student Body of Montreal College
has big news .as a result of its popular
elections completed last week. It now has
four new major officers to head, the 1953-
54 student government.
June King is president of the Student
Body. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. King, of Pennington Gap, Virginia.
June has been a leader in every phase of
campus life during her three years at Mon
treal. She has served the S.C.A. for two years
as Chairman of the Comradeship Group,
and of the Art and Publicity Group. She has
served in the Cabinet of S.G.A. as presi
dent of the Junior class; and has supported
her publications staff by contributing
articles for the Dialette. She has proven
her interest in sports by being head of
tennis on the Board, and by last year’s
fine job as head cheerleader. She has al
ready received her first athletic award,
her 1954 numerals. She is active in various
campus clubs, having been a member of
both the College Chorus and the choir.
Ellinore Krieger is the new editor of
our yearbook, the SUN DIAL. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Krieger
of Portsmouth, Virginia. Ellinore, better
known as “EK”, should be termed (in her
own language) a very “rare soul.” She is
versatile and witty, having superior gifts
of originality. She loves the very word
SUN DIAL and knows it as well as she
loves it. She has served at the elbow of
the editor for two years as Literary Edi
tor. She is at home with the pen too, and
thus for two years has been president of
Kappa Pi Beta, honorary literary society.
Ellinore has also been, during her college
career, vice-president of her freshman
class, a member of the Dramatics Club,
and of the College Chorus.
The new president of the Student Christ
ian Association is Ann Broom. Ann is the
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