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The belles of Saint Mary's. volume (None) 1937-current, April 20, 1951, Image 1

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,ny ■A tiif lift liii' [.A' yeJ lel^ na»' Sl'f iiiil' SCHOOL SPIRIT PICNIC PROVES SUCCESSFUL Belles Saint I'.lary’s School Library OF SAINT MARY’S JONES, PEERY AND BROWNE—TOP ENTERTAINERS XIII, No. 12 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA April 20, 1951 SMS Chooses Nancy Dawson, Mary Saint Mary’s Student Body Elects Ann Eaddy Officers For 1951-52 Editors For School Year 1951-52 ill, til' Hammond, Perry New Honor Council Members for 1951-52 Hecent elections at Saint Mary’s ’lamed Nancy Dawson, of Elizabetli p'lj) vice-president of the Student overnmeiit Association, and Mary ■“ Eaddy, of Raleigh, president the day students. Mary Gage ainmond, of Greenville, South ai'olina, and Lois Perry, of Wind- Were elected to he Honor Coun- . memhers from the incoming sen- 'oi' class. ^ancy Dawson at the hoginning 1 this year was chosen head cheer- cader of the Sigma’s. She is vice- Desident of her junior class and ^ ’nemher of the Dramatic and Ca'n- ’biii'y Clubs. Nancy was recently '*Pped into the Order of the Circle. Her duties are: , ,^'.To perform the duties of the ’csident in her absence or at her ’^'■quest. . • -to act as chairman of the Con- 'tution Committee. • ho serve on the Honor Council, to vote in idace of an ah- ''‘’t member. > To serve as a member of the ^'^S’slative Body. q "?' To act as chairman of the ‘''eiitation Committee, jj • To secure in the fall from the N”’! of Students the annual reports uie Honor Council, Hall Coun- ])[.’ Ihe Legislative Body of the (jj^'ious year and to suhit them to jj c Legislative Body to read at the meeting. I|j‘- To submit to the President of at the end of the school Hie*' records of the secretaries of ® Student Government Assoeia- (Continued on Page 4) 0 ^ittmittee Chooses ^heme For May Day I file Rainbow will he the of this year’s annual Alay Hio^ pageant. Mrs. Guess, head of “H(l will present the program on Hont campus beside the library L’HO p.in. May 5. lij.j’c pageant centers around a *: girl, who will he played by (li , a Rowe. To introduce the in- K’Hiial dances, the Glee Club, di- ,>iij by Miss Geraldine Cate, will 1?' rases of the theme song. The h ^I'am will feature a Lullaby a Blue Skies Dance, a Star hg Cloud Dance, a Lemon Drop and a Bluebird Dance. At IjjjA’id the bluebirds will carry the W V: gii'l over the rainbow formed Vj|j He May Court. The Glee Club 0/j the finale. I’m Always Rainbows. «p^’'chesis, led by Lane Buddy, the May Day pageant. The Sdt will have charge of the stage physical education de])artment ^He May Day pag- Shown above are Sandra Sims. >lay Queen, and the twelve otlier nieinher.s of the t\)iirt Sophomores, Freshmen Enjoy Dancing Way Beyond The Sea Student Body Picks Setzer And Sadler Saint Mary’s student body elected Sue Ann Sadler, of 'Parhoro, as sec retary of the Hall Council and Helen Setzer, of Hickory, as chairman of assembly programs in recent elec tions. Sue Ann is a Mu, on the BELLES start’, and a member of the YWCA. Helen is a Sigma and a mend)er of the Dramatic Club. The duties of the secretary of the Hall Council are to keep full min utes of the council meetings and to give students written notification of ITall Council iienalties except when notification has been officially given in the Hall Council meeting. She must i)repare in May for the Dean of Students a statistical rei)ort of all cases handled during the year. She performs general secretarial duties. The chairman of assembly j)ro- grams must submit to the president of the Association the name of the faculty meniher desired as adviser, ])lan j)rograms for the regular 'Pues- day and Thursday assemblies, and preside over the assemblies. She also presents to the incoming chairman of assembly j)rograms a written re port commenting on the value of the year’s programs and containing sug gestions for improvements. Saint Mary’s freshman and soj)h- omore classes had their annual dance in the gymnasium Saturday even- April 14, from 8 ::i() until 12:C0. Previously the two classes had .selected Rryond llir Sua as the theme of the dance and Gene Wal lace and the Statesmen as the orch estra. The de corations followed the un derwater tlieuu'. 'Phe (‘iitrance wa.“ in the shape of a' conch .sliell; the (lueen’s throiu' took the form of a shell also. From the octopus of balloons in the center of the ceiling flowed sea green er(‘pe jmper stream ers. Streamers of tlie same color on the walls gave a watery background to the shiny, silver, multi-shaiied fish with fins of pinks and greens, the starfish, the green sea horses, and the coral. Composing the receiving line were the presidents of both classes with their dates; Miss Nancy McLaurin, sophomore class adviser; Miss Mary Louise Kelly, freshman class ad viser; Dr. and Mrs. Owen Browne; and the Rev. 1. Harding Hughes. During intermission ujiou a net and shell-covered table green fruit punch and star-shaped cookies were served as refreshments. The figure took place during the latter part of intermission. As Mr. Moore announced the girls and their dates, the participants took their places in the semi-circles on cither side of the throne. Catherine Morrison, maid-of- Paul, Redding, Hood Will Head School Publications Staff Saint Mary’s student body unani mously elected Mary Jo Paul, Anna Redding, and Martha Hood editors of the BELLES, the Stage Coach, and the Bulletin resj)cctivoly for the school year 1951-.52 on March 20. Mary Jo succeeds Eranky Allen as the editor of the BELLES, the semimonthly newspaper of Saint Mary’s. Anna succeeds Mimi Lynch as editor of the Stage Coach, the annual, and “Bunny” takes over Barbara Clark’s job as editor of the Bulletin, the literary magazine. Mary Jo, of Washington, is on the BELLES start and the Altar Guild and is a member of the Canterbury Club and Sigma Pi Alpha. She is a Mu. Anna, of Manhasset, Now York, is in Orchesis, the Dramatic Club, and the YM"CA and on the BELLES and the Stage Coach starts. She is a Mu. “Bunny,” of Rio de Janeiro, is in the Glee Club, Sigma Ri Alpha, and the YMBLV and is on the BELLES and Ihillet in starts. She is a Mu. Anna is in her third year at Saint Mary’s while Bunny and Mary Jo are second and first year girls rc- S])ectively. Dramatic Club Wins Top Rating On Play Members of the Saint Mary’s Dramatic Club won top rating for their ])roduetiou of Caprice in tho 2Sth Annual Drama Festival of tho Carolina Dramatic A.ssociation held at Chapel Hill, April i),'l!)51. 'Pho girls, under the direction of Miss Florence C. Davis, head of the Speech and 'Pheater Arts De])art- ment, presented the ])lay in compe tition with other junior colleges in North (’’arolina. (hiprice, written by Alfred do Mus.set, is a French ])lay of tho eighteenth century. Tho east wore colorful costumes ami i)owdered wigs of that pc-riod. Elizabeth Nooo played the ])art of Count de Cha- vigny; Katherine Armistead, Ma dame de Chavigny; Juliet Eulghum, Madame de Lery; .lean Summerlin, Uosette. Suzanne Robinson and Helen Setzer assisted with stage ])i'od notion. The purpo.se of the Carolina Drama Festival, .s])onsored each year by the Carolina Dramatic A.s sociation, is to encourage dramatic art in North Carolina. honor to the queen, took her place beside the throne. The last to enter was Tracques Saunders, who with her date, ascended the throne and was crowned Queen of Beyond the Sea by Dr. Browne.

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