VOL. 20, NO. 6
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
Seniors Reveal Last
Will and Testament
By Hilda Flecker, Olivia Bishop.
We, the Senior Class, do will to the
Sophomores, our Sister Class, the CLASS
SONG which has been ours since our sopho
We’re the “Sophomore Class” of Montreat
You hear so much about.
Oh everybody stares at us, whenever we
We’re not a bit stuck-up about the clever
things we do.
Most everybody likes us, and we hope you
like us too;
Rah! Rah! Rah!
As we go rolling, and the band begins to
You can hear us shouting,
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS IS ON ITS
WAY. RAH! RAH!
I, Evelyn Morris, will to Mary Frances
Luke: Cabinet Meetings, Saturday Chapels,
the weeping Freshmen, and Mary Wells’
Jokes. Mixed together in the proper pro
portions they make for quite a wonderful
DR. WILEY, DR. SPRUNT
TO BE GUEST SPEAKERS
Dr. Samuel S. Wiley, pastor of Lookout
Mountain Presbyterian Church, Lookout
Mountain, Tenn., will give the annual
Montreat Commencement address Monday
at 10 a.m. in Gaither Chapel.
Dr. James Sprunt, pastor of First Pres
byterian Church of Raleigh, will preach
the Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning
at 11 a.m.
Other Commencement activities sched
uled are an awards ceremony, alumnae
luncheon and senior play on Saturday,
faculty concert on Friday, and Chorus
concert on Sunday.
Dr. Samuel S. Wiley
I, Frances Mouzon, will my ability to
get double helpings of food from "Hoppy”
to “Tubby O’Brien; to Ann Bullard my
ability to get rides to lunch everyday; to
Nora Lee, Jean and the Twins my ability
to entertain bats and flying squirrels at
3:00 a. m.; to Sarah Jackson my South
We, Mary Williams, Margaret Barrett,
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Future of 1955 Graduates ts Foreseen
By Margaret Leech and
Montreat, North Carolina
May 30, 1965.
Dear Ivey Dee:
This will only be a short note. As usual
life is rushed and I’m having to fly from
one thing to another like mad. But, there’s
something special about this day that made
me think about you, and when you see
where this letter is from, I think you will
In fact, I think I wrote you about plan
ning my vacation. Since all my family has
Ivey Dee Chaffin.
deserted me for a week of the gu^eat out
doors, I couldn’t resist a chance to slip
away for a visit to Mon treat. You’d never
recognize it if it weren’t for the Inn and
our dear old dormitories. Since the school
was finally made coed last year, the Camp
us is literally swamped with these male
creatures. Imagine how I felt as I passed
our old soccer field (now much renovated)
and saw a football practice in progress.
My word—wouldn’t they laugh to think I
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Senior History - - Four
Years In Retrospect
By Evelyn Morris.
In September, 1951, approximately thirty
girls from nine different states came to
Montreat to begin their college career. Be
cause we were strangers in a strange land,
those first few weeks seemed (at the time)
rather difficult, but with the help of Miss
Wilson (she too, was a Freshman) and
some “effective” upper-classmen, we were
soon on our feet, walking up hills, down
steps, into class- rooms, and through re
Miss Margaret Smith was an excellent
Frosh sponsor and gave us much help as
we found ourselves busily preparing for
the Talent Show. The Minstrel would not
have been complete without her as “Lil
The election of our class officers .soon
followed and Louise Bennett, a Georgia
peach for sure, was our class president.
That first year passed with the same
amazing speed that we were to find in the
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