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The belles of Saint Mary's. volume (None) 1937-current, December 03, 1943, Image 1

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43 THIRTEEN DAYS BEFORE HOLIDAYS ^>4-Belles F^ormer Saint Mary s Girl In Movies Berenice Goodwin of Greens boro Makes Initial Appearance Sandra Coles (Berenice Goodwin, ^ former Saint Mary’s girl froin flreensboro, to you) will iriake nei^ initial appearance as a movie stai 'll tlie fortlicoining production, ‘‘When Ladies Fly.” Probably the "Illy movie star whom Saint Maij s iias produced so far, Berenice p_oi 'i-ays the role of a young Kussian ®viatrix. . After graduating from _ Samt ilaiVs in 1934, Berenice did dra matic Avork under Eayniond Taylor at Woman’s College, and during her years in Now York she studied at die Moscow Theater as well as at die Good Neighborhood Playliouse "f which she is a graduate. ^eouts from Warner Studios pighte while she ivas playing t'C ''einantic lead in a minor studio hi , “Lark Corner.” , Besides being a Powers mode, *iie has appeared in many radio programs, such as the Lux Theatei program. Miss Ruth Carroll; Southern Latin Scholar I b Miss Buth (hu-roll, a newcomer ‘o Saint Mary’s history and Latin staff, is a Latin scholar and a native 'Southerner from JlartsA’ille, b. ^I'o went to Coker College ivhere ’'I'e received her A.B. degree and to die University of South Carolina }''liere she received her M.A. b ic taking graduate ivork in the !'"'rs at Columbia Uni\^ersity tor 1 . niffii sciioui iui ^ She was then Professor ot ytiiguages at Newberry Colleg , j^^owberry, S. C., Avhere most ^t'ule I h'vni sumeius oi - - ''d languages as boys.” "When as' ' "bout the change from teachiuK SENIOR DANCE DEC. 11 OF SAINT MARY’S RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA December 3, 1943 Senior Class Will Give Traditional Pageant Mary Ruth Haig to Give Piano Recital New Carols Will Enrich Page ant This Year Dorothy Alden and Ruth Holmes Scott to Assist This year’s seniors have gone back to the traditional production of the pageant, “Peace on Earth, Avhich was not given last year. T hey Avill present it in the chapel apinst a background of pines and subdued ^^^Under the direction of Miss Florence Davis, assisted by Aliss Geraldine Cate and Russell Brough ton, the pageant will be given on December 12, at five o Cock in baint Marv’s Chapel. Mary wil be poi- trayed by Emily McMillan,_ and .Joseph by Betty Barnes At inter vals the narrator, Cliarlotte Ciav- fo'rd will read selections from the Scripture, but mostly music and pantomime will interpret the story, kme members of the senior Gass will represent angels, IfS^j ^ Men, heavenly hosts, and shephei-ds, Avhile others will be an iimsible number of new carols taken from the new hymnal will be in lo- duced into the pageant. In addi tion to the traditional carols, Dvo old French carols, A ow Sing B e -1// PulJ Sweetly and Angela 0 er )he Fields, will be sung. The girls in school will assemble ,-j, «tudv hall beforehand and will (See P. 3) Aliss Alary Ruth Haig, pianist, will have the first faculty recital of the year, assisted by Airs. Dorothy Alden, violinist, on Tuesday, De cember 7, at eight-thirty in the Saint Alary’s auditormm. Airs. iVldeii will be accompanied by Aliss Ruth Holmes Scott. Aliss Haig gives a recital annual ly. She is a graduate and former member of the faculty of The Insti tute of Alusical Art of the Juilliard Foundation of Neiv York City, and has also studied with Sascha Gorod- nitzky in New York, and with Alon- sieur and Aladame Casadesus in Fountainebleau, France. Airs. Alden is a member of the -music faculties of Aleredith and Peace Colleges and of Saint Alary’s School. On the program she will I)lay a piece neivly composed for her by Russell Broughton. The program will be as follows; Organ Choral Prelude Bach-Busoni Awake, the voice commands Kreisleriana, Op. IG Schumann Vivucissimo Andante con motto sentimento Intertnezzi I and II Allegro motto appassionato Prelude in E flat Rachmaninoff (See P. 3, Col. 1) according to PARKER Ph.D. Aliss Carroll has written niany ^''tieles on educational and Unguis ic ^Aiects. She is also the author ot South Carolina Latin Manual, '■>■16, and the South Carolina Latin since 193.'). She is a nieinbei the American Arclioologiciil - s |"''iation and is listed in II/lO''’’ Taught at nuwhkuhv ^liss Carroll w'as head ot the SPECULATION: The certainty o.,t of to f.rencc ivas tl'«t Clmrohill, htalm f « Chiim’s Chiang Kai-shek 1 Ua there too. Wednesday Twas aiiiiomiced that Churchill, ^ oit and the Generalissimo Roosevelt and it^ and now they '""^slinposed to be secretly meet- S Siewhere with Stalin. # * ■'"till Department ot Harts\ille, , • C., high school for a number ot eiits were boys. She says, "s interesting to teach any Rood students of ancient his oiy i '‘Dout tiie cnange imm o—-- . to girls, she quoted a Liei had done the same thing. nau (10110 Tiie sanm from a vegetable garden o garden.” ,, is interested in the f Lie value of classical educati modern educated man and «rA5TTlNGT0N: Cordell Hull, ^. nf State reported to Secrehiry ofti^J‘^^[oscow Confer- ^°!f^%nall nations will have a Fonr) nations stand -U ere will no longer be a tog(>thei tl f ^ower pj.pb- ^"uecmi sTthis is the first leiiis. , of the executive time a me „overnnieiit has 1 li-e Congress since the "’’"'"'“(lavs of the Republic, the early whether or not old prob em ot^ branch for questioning was revived. ^ * “Target for tomorrow” is the d!’.'*!***- 'she "is'convinced L'at a eilucation will be of gu^ '■"I ”e to individuals in solving tin (See P. 3) PACIFIC: The Navy is bepn- T^Tts first offensive against .Uipan. The Navy has never con- Saint Mary^s Boasts Outstanding Number Of Honor Students More Students Make Honor Grades This Year Saint Alary’s, upholding her scholastic standard, had an out standing number of honor students. Last year, for the first (juarter there were sixteen girls on the lidnor roll and twenty-four on honorable men tion. On this honor roll four were seniors, three sophomores, two fresh men, and seven business students. Honorable mention had nine seniors, four juniors, five sophomores, two freshmen, and four business stu dents. This year twenty students made the honor roll and twenty-seven were on honorable mention. Of these four seniors were on the honor roll, one junior, six sophomores, three freshmen, and six business students. Nine seniors, five juniors, six pophoniores, three freshmen and three business stiuhmts made honor able mention. To make the Honor Roll, a girl must average 88; to make Honorable Alention, 85. The honor students for the first cpiarter are: HOXOR KOLU Academic sidered the rebnildiiig of Pearl Harbor, or the taking of the Solo mons and New Guinea as offensive movements, since these were nec essary for keeping the sea lanes to Australia open. Last week, under cover of night and tropic storms torpedo attacks were made on the Japanese. The Navy at tacked the Japanese airbase at Buka from Bougainville; took over Alakin wliicli it bad captured ill August, 1942, and made land ings on Japanese held Tarawa. Sarah Bain, Frances Bickett, Fay Chambers, Rebecca Draiie, Betty Edwards, Annette Fulton, Betty Johnson, Alary Louise Alartiii, Lydia Alayiiard, Alarilyn Alitchell, Elizabeth Beden, Janet Rosser, Ellen Brent Senay, Alary Ami Thorseii. Hu-siiics.s Betsy Blount, Pat Darden, Betty Griffin, Aline Hirst, Ruth Aloore, Katherine Taylor. HONORARIA] MKXTION Academic great Japanese South Pacific na val base at Truk. USSR: The Russian line last week was “fluid.” The Germans in their retreat destrojmd ever.y- tliing in their path. The Russians are beginning to feel the pinch of winter and having to be a distance from their supplies. The Germans recaptured Zhitomir, the railroad center. Gen. Konstantin Rokos- sovsky, the Russian general who so sinicessfully used the “pincers” movement on Stalingrad, was try ing it again on German-held Go mel, and took the city as hun dreds of thousands of Germans fled northwest to avoid being trapped. Retty Bobbitt, Adelaide Butler, Olive C'amp, Betty Clark, Carolyn Gaither, Eamlolph Gardner, Afar- garet Goold, Louise Gower, Alaria Gregory, Pat Gwyii, Virginia Hart, Roberta Huffman, Jane Jeter, Fran ces Alarks, Emily AfcAIillaii, Alary Elizabeth Peirson, Alary Hodges Person, Rillye Pope, Betsy Ann Pou, Alargaret Eodwell, Sara Stock- ton, Ruth Street, Phyllis Thorpe, Alargaret Winslow. Rusincss Charlotte Anderson, Alary Eliza beth Jones, Alary Katherine Kly- maii. Sigma Lambdas Hold Meeting Sigma Lambda Literary Society met ill Holt parlor Wednesday night, December 1. At the meeting conducted by Michelle Telfair, the president, original poetry written by several members of the club was read and criticized.

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