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The belles of Saint Mary's. volume (None) 1937-current, April 08, 1960, Image 1

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Belles OF ST. MARY’S Vol. XXIII, No. 11 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA April 8, 1960 Bowles Heads Leg. Body For ^61 Suzanne Bowles, a junior from Richmond, w'as elected to head the Legislative Body on March 30. Suzanne, who came to St. INIary’s diis year, is well suited for the job she will undertake next year, as sLe has served as chairman of the Petitions Committee of the Legis lative Body this year. In addition fo this demanding job, Suzanne has Leen a member of the Glee Club, die Belles staff, the YWCA, and die Swimming Club this year. She a Sigma. Lippels Elected Assembly Chairman •lean Lippels has recently been elected Assembly Chairman for l960-(ii Among Jean’s activities ^1 IL J. Reynolds High School in " inston-Salem, was being Chair- lUan of the Junior-Senior Dance Committee, Library Artist, and a 'iiember of the A^-Teens and Re- ^'gis. a senior girls’ club. Here at yd Mary’s, Jean, who is a Sigma, a junior Honor Council repre sentative and a member of the ■ ^(igecoach staff and the A’.W.C.A. Stutts Chosen As New Fire Captain Fulfilling her “life’s ambition” drankie Stutts has been elected dii'e Captain by the rising senior elass. Fi’ankie, from High Shoals, eanie to St. Mary’s as a freshman diree years ago. Since she has been 'ere she has been in the Dramatics Club and a member of the Belles S^aff. Of her forthcoming j)osition, D'ankie says, “Just give me mj’ lit- de i-ed haL and I’ll roll along!” Legislative Body Meets . 1 he Legislative Body met to con- ^J'.lei' petitions for the last time year on March 28. The fol- O'ving petition was a])])roved by I'e Legislative Body but rejected ’'yd'-, stone: I d reshmen and Soi)homores be al- y-ed to combine two of their short ‘ ^turday nights in order to make ‘O e.xtended Saturdiay night, if they ''di. second semester. In this case |'?1.'- will they be allowed to com- "le Weekend jicrmission. I dt was felt this jictition would *'"'g back the confusing and un- y'ahly system of combining and 'D(li"g week end j)crmissions "Ijich Was abolished last year. d he Legislative Body will meet )|'Te more before Graduation to j*^"sider the Constitution Commit- '‘0 s recommendations. Publications* Heads Voted On By Student Body From among the nomniees of the recent elections of literary officers, the following girls were elected by the student body: Mary Ann Carter, editor of the Muse; Gay Davis, of the Stagecoach; Carter McAlister, of the Uelles; and Margaret Midgett, editor of the Handbook. The new editor of the Mu.se, Mary Ann Carter, from Pinehurst, attend ed National Cathedral School for Girls for four years. There she wrote for the literary magazine and the newspaper. Debating and service in the Altar Guild were only a few of her activities. This year, Mary Ann has been elected secretary of the Granddaughter’s Club, and her other activities include YWCA member ship, and writing for the Belle.s and the Muse. Gay Davis, editor of the Stage- eoaeh, is a member of the Stageeosreh staff this year, the YWCA and the Granddaughters Club. These include only a few of her activities. In Mor- ganton. Gay was an enthusiastic par ticipant of the FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, An chor Club, and was a cheerleader. She served on the annual staft all four of her high school years. Carter McAlister, frorn Illinois, will take over the responsibilities of the editorship of the Belles with the next issue. Here at St. Mary s Carter has been a choir and Glee Club mem ber, as well as being a member of the Belles staff. Dramatics Club and the Letter Club. She has served her class this year as chairman of the Projects Committee. Margaret Midgett who is from Jackson, attended Ashley Hall foi three years where she participated in the Latin, French, and science clubs. “Midge” was a member of the steering committee for the hoise show and was elected secretary of the Riding Club. During her senio^ year, “Midge” was chosen to be an Honor Marshal and one of the SDHts of Ashley Hall. Tms year “Midge” is a member of ming Club, Orchesis, Muse staff, Dra inatics Club, and Dinning Room Committee. Upton To Head Day Students ^•illv L’pton who is in her third vem- at St. Marv’s has been elected president of the Day Students for her coming senior year. SdI> v as a member of the Muse staff her freshman year and is the Stagecoach business staff. .-I'c is a Sigma. mock election to be held after EASTER The A oung Democrats Club and the A'oung Republicans Club are iilanning a joint meeting and picnic in the hut on April 11. The meet ing is being called to discuss plans for the mock primary to be held on April 13. The mock election will be held after Easter. More de Heiiriqiiez eoiiies to St. Mary’.s. World Renowned Sculptress To Visit St. Mary’s A world renowned sculptress comes to St. Alary’s on Alonday, April 11, to demonstrate her pro digious talents before the student body at 8:30 P.M. Fiore de Henriquez is her name and she practices her art on a grand scale indeed! A woman of astound ing artistic energy, she has modeled more than 3000 people, many of them of international imjtortance, in the past 8 years! The names of those who have sat for the indefatigable Aliss de Henriquez read a Who’s Who of celebrities — Sir Laurence Olivier, Dame Sybil Thorndyke, Igor Strav insky, Augustus John, Noel Cow ard, Peter Ustinov, the Duke of Bedford, AAvien Leigh, Alargot Fonteyn and manv’ others of simi lar fame. Fiore, who virtually commutes each year between America and the Continent, was born in Trieste of a Spanish father and a mother born in Central Europe. Her father was the last of a great Spanish family that traced its descent from the first king of Portugal and num bered among its ancestors the sec ond wife of Christopher Columbus. Fiore first came to America about five years ago under the patronage of Huntington Hartford, who com missioned her to design a museum for him to be built on his jiroperty in Hollywood. Air. Hartford tofd her that it was his ambition to have this building created by a sculpture, just as in the old times Alichelangelo was asked to build the cupola of St. Peter’s in Rome. A’oung Fiore worked for Air. Hartford for two years to realize a model which she hoj)es one day to see built. In the meantime, ex hibitions of her work have been held in many of the art centers of the world, including Rome, Naples, Alilan, Venice, London, New A’ork and other American cities. Athletic Awards Are Made By Letter Club Nancy Siegling, a senior, was taken into the Letter Club after she received her all-star in volley ball recently. Some of Nancy’s other activities include membership in the Swimming Club, of which she is vice president. Nancy has been in the Swimming Club for two years, and she has been very active in jdanning and putting on its annual programs. Nancy is al so president of the Dramatics Club and has appeared in most of its l)lays. She is a member of the Doc tors’ Daughters Club and the J/use staff. Congratulations are in order for the active part Nancy has tak en in her outside activities. There were six girls who received all-stars in volley ball. They are Lucy Alihvard, Nancy Siegling, Sophia Pike, Gigi Canada, Kathv O’Lenic, and Hannah Bell. Con gratulations are also in order for Lucy Alihvard who ])robably holds the all-time high record for the number of all-stars received by any one person. During her four vears at bt. Alary’s Lucy has received an all-star in practically every sport she has taken juirt in. Lpey was president of the Letter Club for two years and this year is ]iresidont of the Mus. Congratulations, Lucy, oil the outstanding job vou have done.

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