Dean's List Montreat Margaret Leech
,T" hmi it.. , .i.' MONTREAT. Nov. 29 Twenty- Twenty- seven students were named to the Dean's list released yesterday by Dr. A. C. Holt, dean of faculty of Montreat College. The Dean's list Is composed of those who have a B or above in each subject. The following are the students named for this honor: Heide Funke, Grants Pass, Oregon; Elli-nore Elli-nore Elli-nore reiRer. Portsmouth. Va.; Mrs. Tom Sawyer, Weaverville: Betty Lown. Lithonia, Ga.; Mary Ruth Marshall. Hickory; Ivey Dee Chaf-fin. Chaf-fin. Chaf-fin. Jesup. Ga.; Helen Daniels, Jacksonville. Fla.; Margaret Leech. Troutville, Va.; Leta Miller. New Orleans, La.: Evelyn Morris, Montgomery, Montgomery, W. Va.; Janet Ruth Smith, Darien. Ga.; Mary Williams. Savan. nah, Ga.: Margaret Carrleo, Williamson, Williamson, W. Va.; Sylvia Holcomb, Norfolk, Va.; Barbara Marfan. Scottdale. Ga.: Kathy Rash, Glade Valley: Joan Schrenk, Aiken. S. C: Barbara 7ngman, Gastonla; Pat Bach, Blackey. Ky.; Marga. t Blackstone, Hollywood, Calif ; Shir- Shir- Glendale Springs; Iia' tl Clark, Hendersonville: We- We- nona Eberhardt, Barnwell, S. C; Thelma Grant, Chattanooga. Tenn.; Bobbv Hare. Chester, S. C, and Barbara Helderman, Spartanburg, S. C.