Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The belles of Saint Mary's. volume (None) 1937-current, April 27, 1945, Image 1

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

? 31 1 SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE Belles OF SAINT MARY’S JUNIOR-SENIOR DANCE ‘1. VIII, No. 14 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA April 27, 1945 MARSHALS FOR 1945-46 Louise Mawyer, Karlyn Sloan, Mary Helen James (chief), Sallie Lee, Beverly Hancock, and Margaret N. Martin pose on the back u campus. '^ineteen Students Are amed On Third Quarter Honor Roll 'Honorable Mention Lists Thirty- pi two Girls; Fulton Makes High est Average for Quarter iKineteen girls made the honor roll r the third quarter of the 1944-45 ksioii and thirty-two were named t the honorable mention list. I Seven seniors were on the aca- iinic college honor roll; one sub- ieshrnan, two freshmen, and five ■l)ho'mores were named on the high I'liool honor roll. The students who ade the college honor roll were i^nnette Fulton with an average of IMi on 6 subjects, Maria Gregory ith an average of 90% on 6 sub- ■cts, Sibyl Goerch, averaging 89% 1 4 subjects, Kate Broadfoot, aver ting 89% on 5 subjects, Frances *ollett with an average of 89% on isubjects, Frances Avera, averaging 1 on 7 subjects, and ,'xnn Cutts, reraging 86% on 6 subjects. The ■ght students on the high school onor roll were: Shirley Frew with ■n average of 91% on 4 subjects; arah Bain, a sophomore, with an verage of 91 on 4 subjects; Molly [azen, a freshman averaging 91 on ^ subjects; Roberta Huffman, a Jphomore averaging 91 on 4 sub lets; Hettie Murphy, a freshman 'ith an average of 90% on 4 sub lets; -Marietta Duke, a sophomore fith an average of 89% on 5 sub- pets ; Louise Eiehhorn, a sophomore veraging 89% on 5 subjects; and lary Beverly Wilson, a sophomore ’Veraging 87% on 4 subjects. F our business students were amed on the honor roll. They were '.atherine Taylor with an average ^f 95 on 4 subjects, Itnora Ileptin- tall with an average of 91% on 4 objects, Ann Feagan, averaging 90 n 4 subjects, and Sarah Ingle, aver- ging 88% on 4 subjects. (See P. 4, Col. 3) Hines And Little Are Senior Honor Council Members For 1945-46 Lib Price Hines of Roanoke Rap ids, and Dabney Little of Wades- boro, have been elected Senior Honor Council representatives. Dabney attended Wadesboro High School, where she was president of the Beta Club, assistant editor of the annual, and a cheerleader. At Saint Mary’s she has been on the Publications Staff and chosen for the Canterbury Council next year. Lib Price was a majorette at the Roanoke Rapids High School, where she also was a member of the Glee Club and Dramatics Club. This year she is a member of Orchesis and has been selected for the dance recital group. Guion, Goodwyn, And DesChamps Are Elected To Campus Offices They Will Be Secretary of Hall Council, Chief Dance Marshal and Assembly Chairman Student Centennial Drive Is Sponsored By Granddaughters’ Club The Granddaughters’ Club, feel ing that an interest in Saint Mary’s centennial fund should be stirred among her students, has volunteered to sponsor a drive for conti-ibutions from the girls. These contributions are to be pledged on a purely voluntary basis. Any amount a girl wishes to give would not be merely a drop in the bucket, but a display of sincere in terest in the future of the school. No one expects the student body contributions to amount to very much in “round dollars.” However, the knowledge that Saint Mary’s students are “backing” the idea will mean a great deal to the success of the centennial drive among others. Student body elections were con cluded last week when Betty Good- wyn was elected Chief Dance Mar shal; Emma Katie Guion, Secre tary of the Hall Council and Caro lyn DesChamps, Chairman of As sembly Programs. Betty, succeeding Eleanor Thomas as Chief Dance Marshal, is a dance marshal this year and co-chairman of the Hall Council. At Henderson High School she won a letter in basketball. Emma Katie, who succeeds Ann Edmunds as Secretary to the Hall Council, is from New Bern. Here at Saint Mary’s she is a member of the Circle, Nominating Committee and Circulation Staff. At New Bern High School, Emma Katie was vice- president of her senior class and president of her junior class. Carolyn succeeds Kathryn Lane as Chairman of Assembly Programs. When interviewed, Carolyn made no comments as to what was in store for next year. She attended the Spar tanburg, South Carolina, High School, where she was editor of The Scribler, the annual, and on the student council one year. At Saint Mary’s she is a member of the Y. W. C. A. and Letter Club, having won All-Stars in hockey and volleyball. James Will Be Chief Marshal Sloan, Hancock, Lee, Mawyer, and Martin Are Marshals-Elect Mary Helen James of Wilson has been elected chief marshal for 1945- 1946 to succeed Mary Tom Gilman; and Margo Martin of Roanoke Rap ids, Louise Mawyer of Lovingston, Virginia, Sallie Lee of Goldsboro, B^everly Hancock of High Point, and Karlyn Sloan of Fayetteville have been elected marshals for next year. Mary Helen graduated last year from Charles L. Coon High School in Wilson where she was treasurer of the senior class, and a member of the National Honor Society and of the business staff of the annual. At Saint Mary’s, Mary Helen is a mem ber of the volleyball team. Margo graduated from the Roa noke Rapids High School last year where she was a band majorette, a Senior Service Scout, and a member of the Glee Club, the Math Club, the Swimming Club, the Tennis Club, the Ili-Y, and the basketball team for four years. At Saint Mary’s this year Margo is a member of the Choir, Glee Club, Sextette, Publica tion’s Staff, Swimming Club, and basketball team. She was recently appointed to the Canterbury Club Council for next year. Louise graduated from Lovingston High School where she was secre tary of the Beta Club and president of the Glee Club. This is her second year at Saint Mary’s. Sallie graduated last year from Goldsboro High School whbre she was a cheer leader, a member of the Girls’ Sports Club, a member of “Quill and Scroll” and feature edi tor of the school paper. This year at Saint Mary’s Sallie is president of the junior class, a member of the Legislative Body, Orchesis, the Granddaughters’ Club, the Canter bury Club, and the hockey, basket ball, and volleyball teams. Beverly graduated from High Point High School last year where she was president of the Dramatic Club. At Saint Mary’s Beverly is a member of the second teams in basketball and bowling. Karlyn graduated last year from Fayetteville Senior High School where she was a member of the Beta Club and the Girls’ Hi-Y. BIRTHDAYS April— 29— Evelyn Griffin 30— Carolyn Hill May— 1—Mary C. Bowers 7—Lillian Love Sue Moore Mary Ann Thorsen 10—Marshall Bryan Lib Clinard

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina