Vol. 19, No. 2. MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA October, 1953
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BY MONTREAT STUDENTS; CONGRATULATIONS
oil I V Spiritual Vision Ann Broom
Did you see Miss Anderson chasing dILLY OKAHAM AND TEAM Dalton, Georgia Major: Bible
Clara Moore up to third floor in Hower- ARE COMING TO ASHEVILLE and Religious Education,
ton one night last week? Her aim was The Reverend Billy Graham will con- Joy in Learning Heide Funke
to stick a cartoon on Clara’s back. (Psst duct a series of evangelistic services in Grant’s Pass, Oregon Major;
. . . Just between you and me, that car- Asheville at the city Auditorium, be- English.
toon was a picture of a young couple in ginning November 8 and continuing Sportsmanship Mary Jane Gillespie
fond embrace. Under the picture was through November 22. North Tazewell, Va. . Major:
written, “This is fun, isn’t it?”) We, the students and faculty of Mon- Business.
Rules? Why, we know them backwards treat College enjoy many privileges. One Graciousness and May Queen
and forwards. (Mostly backwards!) of these is the fact that the Billy Gra- Ellinore Krieger
Bright and early one Monday morning, hams live in this community. They Portsmouth, Va. . . . Major: Spanish.
House President Evelyn confronted Norma have been a great blessing to each of In case you know these girls only as
Karstens with, “What time did you put us. We find in life, however, that with they appear in class and on the campus,
your light out last night. Sweety Pie?” each privilege which we enjoy, there quiet, reserved, intelligent, dignified Sen’
Norma, proud as punch, looked down comes a responsibility. Let us each be iors, the sketches below are written to
her nose at Evelyn and said “Eleven- much in prayer, asking God to pour out help you appreciate them as they really
thirty. Why?” His Spirit upon Dr. Graham, each mem- are unique girls.
“Lights are supposed to be out at ber of his team, and all who attend these in the choir and chorus, for vespers
eleven o’clock on Sunday nights.” services. May there be a great spiritual and for special chapel programs, we have
What a crushing blow! You should revival in our school, in Asheville, and enjoyed hearing Ann’s lovely voice,
have seen Norma’s face as she dolefully in all the surrounding communities. Her early musical background is quite
mumbled a “Well, swell.” “And this is the confidence that we interesting. In the first grade Ann led
Then there are the students who sit have in Him, that, if we ask anything her class band, and she has been a lover
around all ready to turn out the ligh's according to His will. He heareth us: and of band music ever since. Every Mon-
and dive in. They’re waiting for eleven if we know that He hears us, whatsoever day night she rushes to her radio in
o’clock. we ask, we know that we have the pe- time for the Band of America. While
Ask Mr. Brewer sometime why the bi- titions that we desired of Him.” thus inspired, woe to the girls who live
ology students pounce upon the vinegar (I John 5; 14, 15) on the floor below! She beats out the
bottles at the Inn, and hold them up to -ri-. rhythm on the floor with her drum
the light, as they focus their microscopic MISS BENCHOFF TO SPEAK sticks.
vision on the contents. IN CHAPEL NOVEMBER 14 Ann’s athletic ability goes beyond the
Did you hear about Mary Williams com- November 14th, Miss Betty Benchoff, usual sports we play on the campus,
ing down Jack Rabbit (that steep descent Secieiary of the Womans Department of While getting some practical experience
not recommended for beginning hikers)? '1^® Y.M.C.A., will address the student as a D.R.E. in Seneca, South Carolina,
Noticing her in a somewhat unusual posi- during chapel. The “Y” needs spirit- this summer, she had to climb up onto
tion, hands and feet both touching the ually-minded girls who are interested in the church roof to help one of the
ground, someone asked her, “What are you Sroup activi'ies and sports. She will be youngsters retrieve a bean bag.
doing, Mary, praying?” glad lO talk with any of the girls per- Perhaps you didn’t know this, but
“Remove this mountain”, Mary wailed. concerning this work. there’s some significance to the sleepy
P S. Jack Rabbit is still there. College classes wish to thank Dr. little dwarf tacked on her door in Fel-
and Mrs. McGregor and Dr. and Mrs. Holt lowship. Sleeping is Ann’s hobby. Mary
UP? ** lively evening on the McGregor Ruth puts it so well in her “Ode to Ann”;
lawn. Everything was so good, and the “Ann can look the sleepiest of any-
Nov. 7, Clemson, P. C. Week-end. Nov. “observing” game was great fun. one I know,
14, Freshman Talent Show. Nov. 21, Jun- — Her eyes start getting droopy when-
ior High School Play. Nov. 23, Civic Music LUCAS OFFICE SUPPLY ®'^®^ things get slow.”
Concert. Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Soccer stationerv r-n-ric 1'® !^®®P awake you have to keep
Game and Banquet. Nov. 28, Montreat gj Mountain' N C things jumping.
Concert by Faculty and Visitors. niacK Mountain, N. C. —Turn to Page 2