Montreat College - Sundial Yearbook (Montreat, NC)

 - Class of 1965

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editor: margaret deutsch assistant editor: carole blackston montreat-anderson college montreat, north carolina As I contemplate the college year, I ask myself the inevitable questions: Who aml? Why am I here? What will this year at Montreat- Anderson College mean to me when I have left? And the answers I receive do not come at once, but in the course of the year they do come, sporadically at first, then gradually as an envelop- ing revelation. Isense a com- forting closeness to Mon- treat, to my fellow students, to the faculty, and to the spirit of the college. Someday Iwill know whether or not lhave become what the college would like for me to be, but I ani already convinced that Montreat-Anderson College has become a part of me. Y J? 1 Z-al. M r , , ., .,. . .. NJ, . . X '.4 L f, .V -' . , M 535454 ff-- j!'1., '.A.,. ,-,lu . W1 , 2, ': , , ' X 1 ,QM ,N 1 r ' r 1 1, v sin X , ,K f A H . 1 1 . L .. 1 ' W H ,a . - .f V - ,Y , - . ,. 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Someday Iwill know whether or not I have b e c o m e what the college would like for me tobe, but I am already convinced that Montreat-Anderson College has become a part of me. L...1 x.-1 V Av' ,-. u- ff' , - President - Robert Scott -Advisors- Elizabeth Wilson Allan Guy Kathleen Walters Rebecca Davenport David Thompson James Jackson Jean Lunsford Angela Reyes Samuel Hall Michael Petroski Bonnie Bower Janice Rogers Margaret Deutsch 2 'Y -.iii -H-Q1 u?:3,f O r--qu 63-nf "5?,95s w,,'w IAM A PART OF ALL THAT I HAVE MET Tennyson I soon learn that many of the influences which will change me do not come from my professors, but rather from my daily con- tact with other students. To me, college is a miniature world. I am under a government which imposes laws, duties and responsibilities, with manyprob- lems and few solutions. I have a time to work anda time to rest. I learn to make new' friends and to adjust myself to new situations, to adapt to the routine and customs without giving up my own identity. I I find that being on my ovsm is an oppor- tunity to come closer to my familyg many thoughts are written to me which perhaps would not have been spoken. But the exciting discovery is in finding that my thoughts and ideas are shared by those around me. Thus, in being away from home, I experience new depths in friendship. QRS . E ' 1 kLVr1ZYl'gA' U' Fife ' Q.-'vie f -LV' eff, I I A FT'-ffg.' -,I Y J V Lf' EEK. i ai f "' There is a quiet- ness here. There are places where I can go to think, or to concen- trate. Silence moves the mind to thought, and thought brings ab o u t decision, and decision results in action. LW 'lx A A' K sf li' :B m kk A J! JI. v X 1 4 . lf :Q Gaither Hall be- comes the nucleus of my academic world. I find in it the silence of a test or the excite- ment of a class dis- cussion. It is a col- lege of books, maps, language tap e S , lit- mus pap e r , micro- scopes, and an open hymnbook in chapel. I come and go, but the building is always a reminder that my purpose in college is to learn, X V 325 'LF ' ,,f'i'NQ Here in college Ifind my second home, the dormitory, where the students become a family. The closeness of dorm life, and the unity of all the dorms add greatly to the spirit of the college. The dorm is a place for schemes and plans, fun and problems, gf conversations and arguments, studies and play. But most of all, it is my home. f 1. - K .ff '-: .v ,. h , yy Q xr , - xy. T, 5 V . A 93X .a- , 0 g,,..Q-s .- - ex I, -ns'0 .125 X L'-" N-4-e"' ,,. N L L e , ,A X I recognize that the morale of the students as Well as the spirit of the campus has been improved since the addition of New Hall and the Student Union. I see in the beauty of these buildings the NEW Montreat- Anderson College: m o d e r n , progressive, and attractive to the present student and the pro- spective student. And thes e new centers of our activities are only samples of the build- ings to come. The traditions and customs of the col- lege have become a part of my everyday life. Coffee and conversation in the cafe- teria, soccer and football in the late fall afternoons, shortcuts to classes, long dis- tance phone calls, and the chaos of Hallo- ween, all are a part of Montreat-Anderson College, and now are a part of me. I some- how sense that I am already alittle different from the person I was in September. Y? J. -.an ,zip 113.6 A . As a college student, I like to feel myself above sentimentality, but before I leave I already feel a nostalgiag I discover in myself a strange oneness with the college. "Alma Mater, the happiest days, are the days I have spent in Montreat." fyd , R A 4,1 a L X! ad. - u 1' " 4"45N'i an F xx V 1, 7 ,,,,1S-'xx ' f- 1 341,312 fx..-..':. ll K I 3 2 .f xx ' .em ff, '7 Nlxt rw-?, f 1 ,ASW ix 72 K.: ark? Q Z I X- ull., , K1 PA, I 'A - I I N.: X314 - we ,'-'-, 'vP'7J, , '-' . 'iff -"f'?1- fl-X' "'f5'f'!E5' 1 , 1" 4 Y'-1 J. .. uf.. N' Iva, 'Al -Hi. if,,y3x-N . if," "' "- ' 'isp' -.Cf 'f Tai- f ngll- .-W5-Ib 35 J- m A 'lx ff'i"'- lg? Y LL-.5-.--I "i'f"4 v . , :ff r 1, l'1,"' if ' iff.. 'Q .Hz ,N 2.7 " l1:'r2"?.,-" "Vx 7 ? ' x 'LX 172 -ff . 015' 'LV' ,.,Vf, ,. " U- '1-Qi' P ' 1 'C fi ' X X, I-Af' F: U? ".'l1,'lf1 ' , 1- fr- , f - ff .f f -,. wi ' . ' '55, 5 " 1 ' X 11' " 'Ti'f"f ' - x- mm: 1' sophomores Secretary-Treasurer . . . Suzanne Wells President ..... . Michael Petroski Vice-President .... . . .John Fries Social Chairmen. . ..... Carl Hiatt Judith Stickney 13 P'f"f'4 C5- 1 41 1 I sf 'Cf VM? YW QI'- 3' Francis Brett Ayers Brevard, North Carolina Joseph Roy Baden Virginia Beach, Virginia Virginia Elizabeth Beatty Dunedin, Florida Patricia Ann Betts Rock Hill, South Carolina Martin Luther Biggers, Jr. Concord, North Carolina Roscoe Leighton Blue, Jr. Fayetteville, North Carolina Bonnie Joyce Bower Miami, Florida William James Boyd Meadows of Dan, Virginia George Wilbur Breece Fayetteville, North Carolina Virginia Elizabeth Brooks Hamlet, North Carolina Ronald O'Neal Brown Asheville, North Carolina Billy Lee Buchanan Candler, North Carolina Jill Buit Clinton, Maryland Nancy Aloyse Capps Jacksonville, Florida Bonnie Jean Conl-:lin Cristobal, Canal Zone Rebeca Elena Cruz-Alvarez Miami, Florida Verna Sue Dail Cary, North Carolina Ernest Clyde Daniels Laurinburg, North Carolina Rebecca Elizabeth Davenport Chester, Virginia Wanda Marlene Davis Old Fort, North Carolina Margaret Wynn Deutsch Palatka, Florida Marcia Virginia Dowling Quincy, Florida Linda J a.ne Dula Blowing Rock, North Carolina Charles Cunningham Eskridge Cheraw, South Carolina 29 ,pn f lf' WST" Md" I' K Helen Dianne Farthing Bristol, Tennessee Madeline Butts Fleming Jacksonville, Florida Sandra Gail Frame McConnells, South Carolina Judith Anne Francis Waynesville, North Carolina John Curtis Fries Salisbury, North Carolina Edward Webb Geer, III Alexandria, Virginia America Susana Goetze Merida, Venezuela Margaret Susan Gourley Marion, North Carolina James Advil Guess, Jr. Williamsburg, South Carolina Samuel Austin Hall Waynesville, North Carolina Cheryl Hope Heaster Charleston, West Virginia Elizabeth Nan Heib Neeses, South Carolina Carl Peiifer Hiatt Wilmington, North Carolina Benjamin Alexander Holgate Orange, Virginia Joanna Harmon Holleman Seneca, South Carolina Gail Elizabeth Inman Columbia, South Carolina Jimmy Edward Jackson Dillon, South Carolina Alison Blount Johnson Portsmouth, Virginia Margaret Ashmore Johnston Greenville, South Carolina William Larry Kidd Hazelwood, North Carolina Barbara Lee Kimmelshue Finksburg, Maryland Leslie Julius Klotz, III Miami, Florida Judith Carolynne Knight Toronto, Ontario. Canada Judy Carol Langston Hartsville, South Carolina ,fra .yt 6 153 5- T' F- E' apr 'Q' 13 Q x GJ: -1 I. . X 3- .www if Harriet Marshall Leech Troutville, Virginia Fredrick Michael Lewis Columbia, South Carolina James Goeffrey Lifrage Kingstree, South Carolina Charles Johnson Lowry, Jr Bristol, Tennessee Elizabeth Jean Lunsford Lewisburg, West Virginia Richard Alan McMurry Roseland, Virginia James Benfield Menius Hartsville, South Carolina Joseph Preston Merritt Columbia, South Carolina Karen Lee Moody Old Fort, North Carolina Elizabeth May Morrison Hartsville, South Carolina Howard Russell Nies St. Louis, Missouri Margaret Lena Palmer Crossnore, North Carolina Carol Irene Pierce Lutherville, Maryland John Willard Ponton Lovingston. Virginia John Dickey Poore Ware Shoals, South Carolina Ethel Idell Porter Charlotte, North Carolina Peta Ayleen Rapariick Jacksonville, Florida Joyce Ann Ray Charlotte, North Carolina Terrell Thomasine Revis Canton, North Carolina Angela Eloisa Reyes Miami, Florida Marilyn Elizabeth Robinson Rock Hill, South Carolina Janice Ann Rogers Canton, North Carolina Gordon Michael Ryon Chapel Hill, North Carolina Robert Otto Schneider Miami. Florida Robert Cole Scott Fayetteville, North Carolina Thomas Francis Simmonite Charleston, South Carolina Patricia Caldwell Simpson Catawba, South Carolina Robert Esterlin Smith Charleston, South Carolina James Joseph Sollar Charleston, South Carolina Helen Louise Sparks Welch, West Virginia Gwendolyn Angelia Stevens Athens, Georgia Judith Arlene Stickney Lexington, Massachusetts James Elliott Taylor Columbia, South Carolina David Eugene Thompson Atlanta, Georgia Thomas Monroe Towns, Jr. Johns Island, North Carolina Kathleen Ann Walters Fernandina, Florida Delia Dale Ward Guantanamo Bay Melva Jean Watrous Orlando, Florida Nancy Alice Webb Jacksonville, Florida Suzanne Wells Jacksonville, Florida Helena Louise Woody Nashville, Tennessee Wallace Alfred Woolbright Ridgecrest, North Carolina Mary Lynne Wright Jacksonville, Florida 6 . 3.-r c-- if Mwnfsfffvr +3 3 . gn, Wu- - , ,.,- Z7 15 LIZ V ' f .- Xa - - ,.-,gg f-sr I E 4 I I 3 , IN. 1331 f J-p--V+ 251 27 " L j',Lg-11fi13.yg:,.1, Q 11-5ef55Vif4,1a ',1-g'f:,iq'4iQ. 1- ,A iff! 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John Marshall Sandra Plexico 23 Edwina Oates Allen Rock Hill, South Carolina John Shelton Allen Lambert, Mississippi Anita Elaine Allison Old Ford, North Carolina Nancy Anderson Winchester, Virginia Ethel Elaine Annis Bascom, Florida Marilee Austell Greenville, South Carolina Dalcho Fields Bailey Lumberton, North Carolina Maxine Bartlett Marion, North Carolina Sandra Kaye Berg Fayetteville, North Carolina J olmny Irvin Billings Lexington, North Carolina Carole Anne Blackston Piedmont, South Carolina Carolyn Ann Bohannon Anchorage, Kentucky Anne Christine Bowser Martinsville, New Jersey Buford Boyd Kingstree, South Carolina Dora Ann Boyd Marion, North Carolina Thomas Lee Boyd Salters, South Carolina David Ellison Boyle Lima, Ohio Levonia Ann Briggs Arden, North Carolina David William Bristol Marion, North Carolina Martha Anne Britton Sumter, South Carolina Thomas Edward Broome Winnsboro, South Carolina Donald Fred Brown Brevard, North Carolina Mary Paula Burnette Fountain, North Carolina Bonnie Bright Butler Miami, Florida Vestal Caldwell Black Mountain, North Carolina William Frank Carlton Taylors, South Carolina Randolph Baker Carriker, Jr Concord, North Carolina James Rutledge Carson, Jr. Greenville, South Carolina Nancy Virginia Carter Asheville, North Carolina Jane Ada Chapman Greer, South Carolina George Michael Clark Brevard, North Carolina Joyce Candace Cofer St. Simons Island, Georgia Larry Albert Cogburn Canton, North Carolina Frank Pierce Combs West Orange, New Jersey Mary Ellen Cornelius McAdenvil1e, North Carolina Gail Frances Counts Miami, Florida Edward Walker Covin Lyman, South Carolina Janet Ruth Coxe Bennettsville, South Carolina Macye Lou Crowder Chester, South Carolina Leslie Ann Cunningham Winter Park, Florida -eg-' g x L 1 f '-t an 4s 'Wk X . .tr-' v ' fi. ta x-:-' - 195- f 14 26 Sherryl Cunningham Sutton, West Virginia Kaye Adele Daly Bay City, Michigan John Chalmers Dameron Spartanburg, South Carolina Claude Levi Darling, III Fayetteville, North Carolina Melcena Rose Darrah Greensboro, North Carolina David Donovan Davenport Taylors, South Carolina Edith Loretta Davis Old Fort, North Carolina Dorse Guy Davis Chester, South Carolina Robert Olen Deal Charlotte, North Carolina Henry Austin Deese Matthews, North Carolina Rose Eva Dickens Roanoke, Virginia Douglas Grant Dickerson Norfolk, Virginia Brian Douglas Dickson Leechburg, Pennsylvania Caroline Claire Dinwiddie Brooksville, Florida Julia Anne Dougherty Atlanta, Georgia Michael Pierre Douglas Homestead, Florida Jeanne Alice Dowling Florence, South Carolina Linda Louise Dowling Jacksonville, Florida Howard Walter Dutton Kingstree, South Carolina Robert Maxwell Dyson Augusta, Georgia Grace Elizabeth Earle Central, South Carolina Jim Doggett Earnest Montreat, North Carolina Sandra Townsend Edgerton Charleston, South Carolina Tim Durst Ehlies Miami, Florida Elizabeth Susan Elliott Onancock, Virginia Samuel DuBose Ellison Winnsboro, South Carolina Martha Erwin Elmore Belmont, North Carolina Monroe Newton Farmer, Jr. Virginia Beach, Virginia Patty Jean Foster Sarasota, Florida Richard Lawson Gamble Morristown, New Jersey George Smith Gardner, Jr. St. Belvidere, New Jersey Harry Franklin Gienger, III Roanoke, Virginia Donna Lynn Gilmour Irving, Texas Kathryn Leatha Granger Jacksonville, Florida Danny Lawrence Graves Conover, North Carolina Ellen Barclay Greaves Orlando, Florida Emily Grace Hagood Blythewood, South Carolina John Allen Hall Amelia, Virginia Sylvia Ann Harris Rockville, Maryland Patricia Carol Harvey Virginia Beach, Virginia 1 K - 'rr N 32 ' E Z 9, ,J if Q-f ii 7 4. 27 li: 9 nd 4. if 'ET' 'll ' 'iv ,fs 3 S Q' I 'QU X --1 5? 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'CA vit gan- Thomas Locke Mathewson Danville, Virginia Mary Ann Maxey Sweetwater, Tennessee Sandra Elizabeth Mild Ypsilanti, Michigan Deborah Leigh Miller Alcoa, Tennessee Lester Webster Mitchell, Jr. Jacksonville, Florida Arlene Lynn Montney Falls Church, Virginia Cecil Haskel Morris Bristol, Virginia James Boyd Morrison, Jr. Columbia, South Carolina Mary Catherine Mowery Winston-Salem, North Carolina Carol Lisbeth Nelms College Park, Georgia Linwood Alexander Orenduff Chesapeake, Virginia Doris Ann Owens Glade Spring, Virginia Connie Marie Padgett Madison Heights, Virginia Dianne Parker Dunn, North Carolina Steve Archer Pfaff Cherry Grove Beach, South Carolina Janet Elizabeth Pike Winston-Salem, North Carolina Sandra Ruth Plexico Valdese, North Carolina Francina Yvonne Porter Lancaster, South Carolina Orville Rollin Post, III Bristol, Tennessee Bobby- Carroll Price Hamer, South Carolina Hildred Darnelle Price Concord, North Carolina William Epps Pugh, Jr. Kingstree, South Carolina Linda Lucile Rawcliffe Wheaton, Maryland Ralph Harley Reed Black Mountain, North Carolina Christine Ann Richard Trumbull, Connecticut Philip Scott Riegel Lincoln Park, Pennsylvania Richard Byrd Roberts Columbia, South Carolina Charles Maxwell Robinson Greenville, South Carolina John Bradley Robinson Glade Spring, Virginia Maureen Rohan Miami, Florida Charles Truman Ross Dillon, South Carolina Stephen Isaac St. Clair Charlotte, North Carolina Kathleen Schuster Stratford, Connecticut Cynthia Ann Self Cary, North Carolina Rebecca Scott Sellers Churchville, Virginia Sarah Ann Shannon Chester, South Carolina Della Marie Shingler Denbigh, Virginia John Townsend Sifly Orangeburg, South Carolina Barbara Sue Singer Jacksonville, Florida Sarah Anne Singleton Jacksonville, Florida Sonia Dawn Sloop Kannapolis, North Carolina Alan Foster Smith Fayetteville, North Carolina Carole Denise Smith Hickory, North Carolina Charlotte Jacquelyn Smith Camden, South Carolina Sharon Virginia Smith Pensacola, Florida James Christopher Snyder Lexington, Kentucky Regina Schone Sofer Welcome, North Carolina Steve Harmon Souther Hollywood, South Carolina Linda Carol Spane Mount Airy, North Carolina Samuel G. 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North Carolina Betty Ann Ward Alexandria, Virginia Shelton Scott Weldon Durham, North Carolina Anne Stephenson Wells Kingston, North Carolina Arthur Llewellyn White Waynesboro, Virginia Joseph Warren White, III Columbia, Sauth Carolina Clyde Scott Wiley Neptune Beach, Florida Margaret Cornelia Wilkins Montreat, North Carolina McMurry Wilkins Greenville, South Carolina Betty Lou Williams Waynesville, North Carolina Reba Nel Williams Old Fort, North Carolina Wanda Janette Williams Marion, North Carolina Janis Sharon Wimer Waynesboro, Virginia Bradley Judah Wooten Columbia, South Carolina Lewis Curtis Wuestenberg Greenville, South Carolina Priscilla Young Miami, Florida ' fr. fl: J. , OFALL THA T I HA VE LEA RN ED iii Allan Guy, B.M. MUSIC 9... . , BA: f" . , ,I ' xo. ., ' 4-. . ,,A .. . 1 5 If wi' . 'ff 4 'B ' J z , , 4'5!'Zf,l. 3 " Qi - . .1 ,iv . 'Y-'-.513 .L Q-Jillif .- , 4.. Lofqugsyt, AB., f.,m: I fa' ' f if ,. 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Visible evidences such as the student union, shopping center and new Hall have brought conveniences to the many new students. These facilities are outstanding accomplishments due to the efforts of the present administration. l I 'mg ' 5"-I' NX 114' sv- C. Grier Davis, PRESIDENT. Davidson College, A.B.g Union The ological Seminary, B.D., Th.M., Th.D.g Davidson College, D.D. Tusculum College, D.D., Princeton Theological Seminary. 42 K 'Q 5 rf 'r IV! ,-1 -I-if ,X V1 ,fa-1'12:Qe2 2.94 ,N V - A 7'1"1?F2Z-ff' 1, vw" -, L-. .' :, '-.g:'- by 44-Eeifg yi. . .synci- 1:5 7:12151 ', : --p-:f 1-:fvp--six, BVU' Elizabeth Wilson, DEAN OF WOMEN. Vander- bilt University, A.B., M.A.g George Peabody College for Teachers: University of Hawaiig Northwestern University: Columbia Seminaryg Biblical Seminary in New York. :fl qc? Allan Guy, DEAN OF MEN. University of Georgiag Averett Collegeg Westminster Choir College, B.M, Charles C. Caldwell, ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR. Presbyterian College, B.A. Erskine College, B.D.g Appalachian State Teachers College, M.A. staff Harry K. McDonno1d, B.S. Robert A. Dennis, B.S. BUSINESS MANAGER TREASURER Jane F. White, B.S. Adine Stotzel CAFETERIA MANAGER ASSISTANT 45 Clyde A. Stubbs, B.S. MANAGER OF DINING HALL secretaries Robbie Bailey OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS ' " swf A' 2: lv T 2 - Pat Uzzell OFFICE OF REGISTRAR Elizabeth Morrow OFFICE OF VICE-PRESIDENT Ruth Hamby BUSINESS OFFICE ,........- M k.z T"x..o Carole Upchurch OFFICE OF DEANS .P Q 4-I. 15,3 ' ESI Sally Dickens , , iw D OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DEAN A Q .3,,'f,,j-4,2 e 'R , asm I 11?- ' e A A 1 I 1 49 O ' y + ' A 1 Q " iii I A I , lf- f 1 IIIII vena Clark -w.e oFF1cE or THE FACULTY 1- rgzj Pearl Connelly OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ' 1 ,, . 4" - ', 1 -- 'VA A' ' :-' L ,-, L. I 4 r . , .xl f 1 f ' V 1' "ti - ,- Q.: -- 1, ', 2 'i '4 4. ., 4' 712.5 -?'1e' H ,V 2 ig f --J ii' e ,Lf 1 -' '- iii' 5 V- A Q , 52.2 ' .U .fn-5'-a"f., f 132 .- -' L, Y . W,-rip, .-.g, 4 og., 7, . 'wx , gui x 0-03' . X. ., OFALL THA T I HA VE ENJO YED concert series The concert series is an essential p art of the liberal education at Montreat-Anderson Col- lege. T h e s e perform- ances help broaden hori- zons and increase appre- f 1 . W, - 1 f ciation of the arts. 3' I Lucktenberg Duo 48 North Carolina State Ballet 71 X4 C if' l l ' 1 lil Asheville Symphony Orchestra Joseph E. Fischer. Conductor 49 Milton Hallman. pianist L K lecture series R., ' . ,Q x ,, ' Dr. Herbert Stroup 'lm I ,La 'ni' . P . it K g' , 5 EY YI r f: ' 2 J , lf- Dr. S. B. Babbage l Dr. Paul Limbert The lecture series of the college's Distin- guished Visitors Program has given an opportu- nity to evaluate the thoughts and opinions of ex- perts in many fields. ' Dr. Herbert Stroup, Dean of Brooklyn Col- lege, spent several days on campus counselling in student government and lecturing on problems in population explosion. Dr. Paul Limbert, head of the Y.M.C.A. conference grounds in Blue Ridge, spoke to the college community at the homecoming banquet. Dr. S. B. Babbage,visiting professor from Australia, c u r r e n t ly at Columbia Theological Seminary, was the authority on C. S. Lewis, and lectured on THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS,sel- lected by the Humanities Department as the book- of-the-year. '-Tfjggvqa ' 4 1 'L li, - f vs'S'! Il. f v -v"Au" .aaa 1' 5-1 xm Y?"'H 982 1.1 -s. RAIN ' 8 . 1. -456,45 'Pl .9 ,-zs, -b.. ' V 'gn x '-"I ,' ' A ' ' .fi-" ' 5: iv: ' 1 vga! V 'U- M ' 'N K 575,-K - X 4 gif ' Th- '15 . 2 ' li- .,,' , 'ZA r gpf, 5,1 7. ' 1 X Y , f '. 4, -. -' jjg, ' 2 -,.:. ,' ' ffi , ' A, fp ,, ,ll ' 1 A Iii - ' - Y ' '- - . S - ' A " 'I ' A ,C 'fr' ' Q - I , 4 ' i ' ' 'Q - 4' .. 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Jim Jackson HOUSE PRESIDENT irq.-, ' .415 ' 'ml' ' Alma Smith HOUSE MUFHER .V is A 4 A Q X F - K . r- . . f-U O U U fm . .iiga-A., .f .- 5 ,. . ' " ' ' - 4? ' -N 'il ... 1 1. '- , ,. -A O- A, A lf, A Wx. DORM COUNCIL - Tom Toums, Emsley Ingram. Matt Marucci, Jimmy McCutchen. TA. K ' .A "-' A A A Q A -,.,,g.a , , 'S-QI at new hal! J J s us 3 .ii 1 DORM COLTCIL - John Fries. Howard Nies. John Ponton. Carl Hiatt, Jeff 71 -' Lifrage. Tom Simmonite. Yi' A so s, ,, il I 'Y eq 5 it 1 1 'li' V QA . 3 gil' 1 3 -. g r ay' I -- f, , . . "1 fg-xg. -1. ,451 , .t 'Y ff-r's' L gg , Ig E Pearl Perkins HOUSE MOTHER x X SS Dave Thompson HOUSE PRESIDEIFT ll I ll II Ill Ill 4 in zrmary - ,l S it .4 2 ' ,, ,J it .a if 1. 3 ff? ' f K u I ' 1' HAHA " ' f s H 'gr 5 9' f ' 5 lv. f "., Q W ' fn, A V3. '-" . , VV 1X ,U ,N ,-I Greta Sliger I ' HOUSE MOT HER student government association C7 JSLX rf Q-1 me if E 41 l Scotty Scott PRESIDENT Kathy Walters VICE-PRESIDENT Allan Guy, Dean of Men Elizabeth Wilson, Dean of Women ADVISORS Becky Davenport SECRETARY-TREASURER The St u d e nt Government Association of the c olle ge is unique in that it is composed of all students, with elected rep- resentatives. The p r o g r e s s made in s tu d e nt government this year is indicative- of the quality of leadership present at Montreat-Anderson College. -4 student christian association -3- Religious Folk-Music Group -fi fi . iv, l"K fb gf? OFFICERS - Jim Jackson, Treasure-rg Sam Hall, Presidentg Maggie Palmer Secretary. The Reverend John Newton ADVISOR Ss 'K l The Reverend Ben Haden fd'- F' 1 4 , I 1 ly? ii, ily' If ,ll ,E ,f ml' w y,, ll 6 , The Reverend Calvin Thielman CHAPLAIN 'Y x ...l Student Sunday School Teacher It has been an enriching experience to watch the newfacets of leadershipwhich have developed within the Student Christian Association. The devotion of some members to serve the whole of the student body has been a stimulant to indi- vidual spiritual life. Interest groups which have conducted programs have been the religious folk music group, and the group which studied the Dead Sea Scrolls. For the annual Spiritual Enrichment Week. The Reverend Ben Haden, pastor of the Key Biscayne Presbyterian Churchin Miami, was the guest speaker. NV, Q. Wzglin 'ld ' x 1 - 3 5,1 Yr. X' w R , MEMBERS George Darden PIANIST Harriet Caldwell ORGANIST Belonging to the Montreat- Anderson College Choir can be most rewarding and enjoyable. The choir serves as a guide to worship on Sunday morning and strengthens the public relations of the college during its annual spring tour. 25- Q phi theta kappa Helena Woody PRESIDENT I 9 'ws x 'ian .V' 1 ' '.IX gi ,- 34 4 4 ,Ji UNT' 5,, GQ 'L lv ,L f , fe EI' I ' 5 K 592 '- yi" I f Virginia Buchanan E ADVISOR MEMBERS - FIRST ROW: Sylvia Harris, Carol Nelms, Sandra. Edgerton, Susan Spittle. SECOND ROW: Margaret Deutsch, Chaplaing RebeccaDavenport, Treasurerg Robert Scott, Repre- sentativeg Rebecca Cruz-Alvarez, Vice-Presidentg Randolph Carrikerg Janice Rogers, Secretaxyg Sylvia McAfee fAbsentJ. t Ax J.. 14. C. C. U. N. 7 .-W I ' A 4 -',. 1. ,' I , C, 55354511 jf J -f' af-afivgf ,qgf DELEGATES TO THE MOCK ASSEMBLY - John Jamison. Sue Dail, Cathy Cowherd. John Tuohy. Y C5 gn. ff, Z 4.7! M0 45 if-wa :1 y J A CS B P OFFICERS - Johntlamison, Chaplaing Jeanette Fetter, Bullentin Board Chairman Elizabeth Hoyt. Advisorg Judie Knight. Vice-President: Sue Dail. President. MEMBERS - FIRST ROW: Nina Woody, Sue Dail. Jeanette Fetter. SECOND ROW: Judie Knight. Marci Dowling, Harriet Leech, John Jamison. 63 , Sundial .Inv 1 Af"-Q I I. uf f qquw ' E 1 'g -ty: X ml ,ff . I I ' I Ai EA, A ' I Q54 Marge Deutsch EDITOR ,..,2:"""' f fax ' 'Til ix! 'CQ' s"'Q'4Iv.w.i-'F' Ed Geer BUSINESS MANAGER Carole Blackston ASSISTANT EDITOR Earl Waters, ADVISOR Carol Williams. COPY ADVISOR TYPIST - Sam Hall, Bitsy Morrison. PHOTOGRAPHERS-Dale Underwood, John Jami- son. LAYOUT COMMITTEE - Patt Foster, Marcia Dowling, Jim Morrison, Chairman and Artist, Mike Ryon, Artist, Sandy Edgerton, Artist. . 1-JA' EDITORIAL COMMITTEE - Maggie Palmer, Nina Woody, Chairman, Don Brown, Helen Sparks. -.54 r 0 X , r 5 rang i-H2 . Q,c.,. the djaleile I dive -e. T e a m A ,o.,fn91's and their averages moris CITE' ere es follows: Jim JGCPI- clain the War- son, 18.35 George Breece, f 0 r hy Eddie 16.35 Uerl Hiatt, 10.33 shoul C1 OH EOD Nike Clark, 10.15 John pense endings. Ponton, 2,35 Eriie Daniels It ved this 21,23 and Brett Ayers. these SS fhety I bgggr stars on I found The Dielette is a monthly girls publication of students of ge fOr Montreet-Anderson College. treated orging 000912 Editor. . . . . .Janice Rogers short- rirl'S Assistant lEditor.Kim Moore , it Out- Special Editors-- r the Social ..... Anne McNee1y Janice Rogers 'Wie Sm-its ....... Mike Clerk EDITOR 196i Music ..... George Darden has Po1itioe1.,Jim Morrison NO, not Art and Personalities Censored, ES' Miki' 5.7017 worked perf att Humor ...... Judie Knight oft DI" Tvvwi - ' ITOR ASSISTANT ED 66 ,7- . X I Elizabeth Maxvsell TYPISTS - Mary Lynne Wright. Judy Francis. Terrie Revis, - 2 H 1 L 1 , Z . . if .r 'Q if 1' V : 1fl" -I :if . :A vnu' ' 42 v' 5' gi- gf 5 ' u ' -4, .1 -4 -it ,v a I if I ,gif 1' 2 255 3 5 - " .L 'A ' ' 9-0 eg :QM - 14 22, 2 : fn x ' .A ' -1 N W , 1 H' : 1 -' F f 4' 41, E . r, ' --, f-w : ,ff ' '. 5,4 ',,gA ,q 5 SY . Vid I Q . f K W-. s '63 x MX. ' s --fv . --. 'N-r-, . Q .. ,, fgi SPECIAL EDITORS .r M ' ADVISOR 3 S -f ,a W I x I X X gf 4 I xx S J 1 l If nl! x "+L - y I x i ' es Mi Carol Williams ADVISOR This year marked the first two publi- cations of GREEN LEAVES, the new literary magazine of Montreat-Anderson College. This magazine has revealed student talent in the field of self-expression. ' - ,ln '?'Y v - A-" -f" vt Y Pk., .Nj -3 ,il-75951 S e - , Q V g - -- MEMBERS - FIRST ROW: Harriet Leech, Judie Knight. Jea.nette Fetter. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Harris, Becky Cruz-Alvarez. Janice Rogers. rench club 12, mnr EN ffm Nfl , S Elizabeth Maxwell ADVISOR Judie Knight PRESIDENT 69 W.l'.Cl. Pat Suliivan PRESIDENT C17 CJ rv 14" 3: -YK il fs? Fin: I ?fi.j'.:Q xg., -A - . ,Q ,-., ,15.gQ"' 1 v. -' .af " - 'P ya'- Vt. IE, Q-iA'Z'r15Xl2 424 ff' 19- H:..fh.f5k-xi W.R.A. BOARD - Rose Dickens, Gold Representativeg Judy Stickney, Vice-Presidentg Harriet Leech, Secretary-Treasurer. 70 4' -D 'V Mary Carswell ADVISOR GOLD TEAM REPRESENTATIVES - Maxine Bartlett, Leslie Runyon, Candy Cofer, Mary Burnette, Sandy Mild, Ann Boyd, Marilee Austell, Rose Dickens, Kaye Daly. BLUE TEAM REPRESENTATIVES - FIRST ROW: Marge Deutsch, Jeanette Fetter. Harriet Leech, Judy Stickney, Bonnie Bower, Suzanne Wells. SECOND ROW: Beth Brooks, Helen Sparks, Nancy Capps, Hope Heaster, Mary Lynne Wright, Alice Webb. THIRD ROW: Maggie Palmer, Becky Davenport, Jean Lunsford, Kathy Walters, Pat Sullivan. m.i.cz , 1 Jim Jackson JACKSON'S TEAM - FIRST ROW: Jim Jackson, Captain: Carl Hiatt, Brett Ayers. SECOND ROW: Ernest Daniels, Jim Boyd, John Ponton. THIRD ROW: Sandy Loving, Mike Clark. PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S TEAM - FIRST ROW: Alison J 0 h ns on, Captain: A1a.n Smith, Harry Nanney. SECOND ROW: Bill Buchanan, Dave Thompson, Howard Dutton. TI-HRD ROW: Richard Roberts, Emsley Ingram. A5-'1sJ2"'? " 72 vu Ss., MERR.ITT'S TEAM- FIRST ROW: Preston Merritt, Captain: POST'S TEAM - Scott Weldon, Bill Haslett. SECOND ROW: Melvin Walker, George Breece. Bobby Smith. THIRD ROW: Tom Mathewson. MARUCCI'S TEAM - FIRST ROW: Matt Marucci. Captain: John Billings. Bill Hiatt, Eddie Teters. SECOND ROW: Bobby Price. Cecil Morris, John Fries. 73 - aefz-ig!! FIRST ROW: Pete Post, Captaing Tom Towns, SECOND ROW: Linwood Orenduff, Howard Nies. ax J T Jack Masters ADVISOR X football WARHORSES - FIRST ROW: Eddie Teters, Captain: Dale Underwood. Richard Roberts, Bradley Robinson. SECOND ROW: Curt Wuestenberg, Richard f XXX l Kennedy, Joe Baden, Richard Stevenson, THIRD ROW: Larry Cogburn, Dick Jones, Roy Stoffel. SES WILDCATS - FIRST ROW: Jim Jackson, Cap- tain: Preston Merritt. SECOND ROW: Billy Guy, Bertram Marshall, Tom Tovsms. THIRD ROW: Steve St. Clair, Howard Dutton, Buford Boyd. 5:2 X X BUSHWACKERS - FIRST ROW: Carl Hiatt, Captain: Scott Weldon Brett Ayres. David Stickney. SECOND ROW: Phil Riegel, John Ponton, Howard Nies, Jim Boyd LITTLE GIANTS - FIRST ROW: Dave Thompson, Captain: Mike Clark. Pete Post. SECOND ROW: Sandy Loving, Jeff Lifrage. Melvin Walker. THIRD ROW: Alan Smith, Bill Buchanan. Jim Sollar. REBELS - FIRST ROW: Bobby Price, Captain: Bobby Smith. Bill Pugh, Tom Simmonite, George Breece. SECOND ROW: Bill Haslett, Johnny Billings. Guy Davis, John Fries. Matt Marucci. THIRD ROW: Cecil Morris. Ernest Daniels, Tom Mathewson. cheerleaders Beth Brooks Kathleen Schuster 75 Helen Sparks Sally Smgleton varsity basketball-Cavaliers I h r I P 5 1 5 I 1 I h I Jlm Boyd 4 MANAGER W N i ,, W 5 N L ,TQ iii , W S ' ' Q Jack Masters ' V - COACH Q, ' 13 .I 3, P4 L ' . PT . li -, . Q' --34 6 f ' E5 I Jim Jackson E nest Daniels Brett Ayres Mike Clark Carl Hiatt George Breece Lf- --li John Ponton 'nr CP 3 tid 0' homecoming . . Janette Quattlebaum. '64 Queen. crowns Kathy Walters. Queen Kathy Walters King Mike Petroski R .Y --,. . .:3g.y-1-f:senz:ui-.L.. 5-. axzrf W 06 ,, - '7 H v. 7 -. 1 HARVEST BALL COURT FIRST ROW: Linda Kight, Dick Jones. Macye Crowder. Jim Carson, Mary Lynne Wright. Jim Jackson. SECOND ROW: Becky Davenport. Dave Thompson. Becky Hicks. Monroe Farmer. Alice Webb. John Fries, Margo Thompson. Frank Thornton. "4 IYEQQ' ' 1'-Q" -T u --Q ' 3 -ifrv Q,---ic :+V 2--y-. - -g -A '6 .' ' ,--i'-- lf' .' - " V". ' N .s,. ., , . - .... - """ - -.. .- 79--. . --r' - -f ish'-' -. "4- ' uni"-1'-5 ':'g- , fu-49 xaiv-1145 .5 A - T G , Q. . .. . ' , , '---- ' -1- '.-', - ,---QQ f.v:ais:.1S'1-hir , -.4-ia? -!k.lS'.' . f - Q 'q 'T' 'n "aff f.-',..,' .k-,Z:", ' , -Fi? Annual All-Star Football Game -""'T':.:Q'5'.- ,W ' H, '. V .- "V L - - -' , - - "iA.. -TA - 1 -' ,v..:...b-1:70.-- 5,- . O A.-' ,- ."' . ,'a' .' -.tr-. "T -ggi "W . - .. - -. b . 3 r -.3-9, : - - - - , .P-, -fu Annual Soccer Game . . . Students vs. Alumni S... l g- V .., A - A I .1-,H-., -J .1-, J.f:i-a-'-. - .' - 7 . -'-' T .,,. ' - ' -., .gf-, N . "' 9 .," 4-. Fm., ' 'VY i- -1- : F " .- . . - V , . ... 2,i"f'..'. - X "5-.. -,' , .. I',.1"l' .V V ,453 3.-" :fin '- '51 4 l .- up m N 1 fr ' . Q dw' , 4.- 18,1 , my Y . sf ,. If ' fa ' fi' ' 1 ,,. . V .av I s Q Q ,. r.! r N 5 r r L A : Q51 '7 I !"'E 'T' lm A ,- NHL? ' F Bfmv. -. an 'L .-1 - I 1?-Q ..,. . I! Y 'fifl ','. S" :UF I - , ' ,g, ,,., 'Ii l1il'!!!flIiUM.....,"1"f,", 1 A V , , , g 1' Q "4 f X t the center The Center, the student gathering place of the campus, opened Valentine's Day. The enthusiasm and spirit of the students, at the usual late winter low ebb, was heightened tremendously. vu Xr The h ou r s of relaxation and enjoyment have increased the morale and contributed toward an atmosphere of coop- eration and understanding on the campus. 1 ' , zz: I 'ggi' 6l'f"Qg.?a2-1 . F., -f -11, ,. , dp by 'dh ,fm cf'f :A-,fn . ffl y .MN 1 '1 .. 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This has been the year of the student. For these rea- sons, the 1965 Sun Dial is dedicated to the s tu d e nts of Montreat- Anderson College. that which we are, we are.-- One equal temper of heroic hearts. Made weak by time and fate. but strong in will To strn e to seek, to find. and not to yield. - - ' 'Ulysses," Tennyson fi N W-G 1' gf ' Q, .:..,..g.... .mf f 'L ' . . ', ff' gf' V' A vw f' j ' U I 1 ,l . .1 U x fb I I 4 aff' J ' 1 'Vf' 'ur' - ' x VH . P ' Q f' rm 1 its . , I' ,J T- ii- Q 7'nRm i . " -s., , -. .'.r ,n 'bl J' 0 'Z ,P . 5 ' 's . , 1. , R- 5 Mgr, I .J i ' J 11- .' 5 ta I M 1 1 f 'fi . ,ht 4 Q IP, 1 . 1.-'13 , 3 -N ' U "'7' f-F-" -'Q I . 1 L tr '4 4-4 g 1. I. , v, .' -f A" ,fl 1. f I 5 me li. x A A a JL s ,t ri ' 4 I gf! H wg n , 1 F ,zu W M1 3 ' 9.4.3 3 '. f GLA' 'x 'L L L I v SA - 1 . . l Iii? F I iff! -4,- 'x I I: r 5,1 v EEK-4k,.' F 4 !L A' X., ' '61, A I 4 . v 'w If 1. 24 Qi-HELP? J -4 I X 45. , n L - .. . .- . 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