Box 446, Montreal, N. C.
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Miss Elizabeth Hoyt
Montreat, N, C,
VOL. 3, NO. 3
MONTREAT COLLEGE, MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA
Chorus Makes Appearances
traveling as far north as Maryland, weather
permitting, and as far south as Florida.
While the majority of the students are
planning on going home, several expect
to visit in the homes of their roommates.
Spring has arrived, but in name only!
From the looks of things it will be quite
some time before the tender green shoots
peep from beneath their blanket of snow.
Not so with the Montreat students who are
eagerly awaiting Spring Holidays, March
The annual exodus will find students
Easter, which falls on April 17 this year,
will not be a scheduled holiday since it
American Poetry Society Compiles Anthology
The American College Poetry Society has
announced that its third semesterly an
thology of outstanding college poetry is
now being compiled for publication this
Contributions must be the original work
of the student (who shall retain literary
rights to the material), submitted to the
undersigned, care of the Society, with the
entrant’s name, address, and school on
each page. Poems, which may deal with
any subject, may not exceed 48 lines, nor
may any individual submit more than five
Montreat students will entertain fifteen
or more prospective students March 18-20.
T'he prospective students will stay in How
erton Dormitory. An informal sing will
be held Friday night. Visitors will attend
chapel Saturday morning and a party will
be given Saturday night in honor of these
All entries must be postmarked not
later than March 30, 1960, to be consid
ered, and the decision of the society
judges are final.
Students wishing to submit entries are
requested to give them to the editor be
fore long weekend.
RESPECT PROPERTY RIGHTS
Help! Robbery! Call the police!!
Had the business office been robbed, you
might have heard this cry. However, it has
not been robbed, so cease worrying.
Our trouble is this: The DIALETTE of
fice has been ransacked. Most likely
through plain curiosity people have been
rambling through the files, not realizing
that this is private property. The DIAL
ETTE office, located behind the sign-out
boxes in Howerton lobby, contains papers,
reports, and other articles of value to the
staff. Recently papers on the staff bulle
tin board have disappeared.
Please give the staff your full coopera
tion and refrain from using the office for
partying purposes. The office is off-limits
to all people except staff members and
girls on telephone duty.
is so near the close of the school term.
Special services will be held on campus
and in the neighboring towns of Black
Mountain, Old Fort, and Asheville for those
who wish to attend. This will not be a
closed weekend should one be fortunate
enough to go home.
Several spring appearances have been
planned for the Montreat College Singers.
Invitations have been received from Shel
by and Gastonia, North Carolina, and
Greenville, South Carolina. Plans are
underway for singing at the Spring Music
Festival, Knoxville, Tennessee, under the
direction of Dr. F. Williamson, founder of
Westminster Choir School, Princeton, New
Jersey. “Thou Art the Christ” will be
presented on WJHL-TV, Johnson City,
Tennessee, on Good Friday. This is an
original drama written and composed by
Mr. Allan Guy and Mrs. Louise Barnhill,
and performed by the Montreat College
March 12 “Alice In Wonderland”
March 13 Chorus: Oak Forest Pres
byterian Church, Asheville
March 14 Lecture: Rabbi Meyer H.
March 16 Seated meal
March 19 “High Noon”
(Prospective Student Week
March 20 Chorus: Shelby, N. C.
March 22 Emory & Henry Choir,
5 P.M., Gaither
Civic Music Concert
(Dorothy Kirsten, Soprano)
March 23 Long weekend