FAIR & RAINY
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
Where Are You Doing Your Graduate Study?
—SOME SENIORS SETTLED—
Dr. Rich confirmed the rumor that has
been making the rounds lately about Ann
Bullard’s accepting the position of Field
Secretary for next year. “Miss Bullard”
will definitely be returning to these hal
lowed halls in that capacity for the 58-59
term. To the retiring Kathy Steele we
extend the wish that her forthcoming
career will be just as successful as her
year here was.
Anna Price will also be among the fac
ulty members next fall. Anna will be the
assistant librarian. She plans to attend
the George Peabody College for Teachers,
School of Library Science this summer
with an eye toward obtaining credits for
her Masters Degree.
The First Presbyterian Church of Grif
fin; Ga., has called Betty Sue Turnage to
be their Director of Christian Education.
Though Betty Sue has not decided conclus
It curls your hair, chills your blood,
has you tearing the arms of your chair
with a nervous grip . . . then a laugh will
break the spell. These phrases could only
be descriptive of the forthcoming Senior
Play entitled, THIS LITTLE HAND, pro
duced by the Class of ’58 and directed by
Clair F. Hardenstine. This play has all
the ingredients of a good mystery, ranging
Comedy to Drama;
Trust to Betrayal;
Blue-bloods to Plebeians;
Athletes to actresses;
Seniors to “Young Innocents;”
with a mixture of poker(s)—closets—let
ters—javelins—and even murder thrown in
to provide a real thrill with plenty of
laughs to relieve the suspense.
The play, written by Wilfrid Pettitt, con
sists of two acts and a prologue and has
an all-woman cast. (See page 3.) There
are no indications that the entertainment
will call forth tedium, but rather the odds
favor a presentation worthy of your at
tendance. THIS LITTLE HAND has all the
earmarks of being as successful as this
year’s graduating class.
ively to accept the offer, she seems to
like the Georgia terrain pretty well.
Martha Poarch and Jane Taylor will keep
up the fine, old Montreat Tradition, being
only forty miles apart from each other.
Martha has a church in Camden and Jane
has one in Darlington.
Mississippi born and Mississippi bred
Sabra Slay will be teaching science in
Baily Jr. High School of Jackson in Sep
Wedding bells will be ringing for Edwina
Robbins. (Maybe a school bell when aut
umn rolls around again.)
There is some speculation among the
seniors about the D.C.E. parish in Missouri
vacated by Emily (Mohler) Uplinger upon
her decision to do graduate work.
Though the rest have made no definite
commitments, they, too, have their great
Frances Arrington disclosed plans to
day, concerning the Junior-Senior ban
quet. It is to be held May 10, in the
Banquet Room of the Grove Park.
Further information could not be at
tained. Wit, argumentation and the
whip were employed to no avail.
Pansie Cameron, the editor of the
Sun Dial, announced today that the
annual will be dedicated as usual.
The C.C.U.N. had an irregular meeting
this past Sunday. Upon invitation from the
Warren Wilson International Relations
Club, the group made a jaunt to that
campus for their monthly program. From
all overheard comments, the change of
scenery (W. W. men) was worth the effort