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OF ST. MARY’S
'pTTeIGH. north CAROLINA
October 7, 1971
Folklore Contest Father-Daughter Day
oolle — Students in North Carolina
universities ate competing with
* as Well as with footballs this fall.
Car!?-^ ^uy Owen, editor of the “North
North^ri and English professor at
tjj Carolina State University, announced
stud * of $100 will be awarded to the
lofg submitting the best article on folk-
award will come from a $1,200
Mo , “North Carolina Folklore” by the
Carolina Arts Council.
of “The Ballad of the
speciol Man” and other works, said a
this w‘ magazine will be devoted
*uter to the student entries.
Unde ^ ^^0 competition is open to boA
graduate students and the
olin, * relate to folklore in North Car-
articles should be sent to the
Par^ of "North Carolina Folklore,” De-
p ^ent of English, N. C. State University,
ex 5308, Raleigh.
the members were inducted into
assemLi ^ohool Honor Society during the
Ann September 22. They are; Mary
r, uarden rnresented bv Mrs. Teffries),
St Mary’s third annual Father-Daughter
Day will bTgin at 10:30, October 15, with
registration. “The purpose of registration, ex
pired Mr. Witten, “is to give the fathers
feh nametags so their daughters will know
*™ollowing a short coffee hour, the “dates
f tbe dav” will audit classes, attend lunch
Sdt gten »«= ot .k c.„pu. «».il 2:00.
Frem 2?00 lo 3:00, . »mbe. ot .cnv.noj,
• 1 tennis badminton, chipping golf
b"alk and softball, will
j 1 entertained. There will also be exhibits
£ he science, art, and drama departments
• .Leir respective meeting places.
At 3 00 Mr. Hobgood will conduct a
Mr’ JaniK"'p^ner, representing the B^t^of
TmsieeTutill dedicate the building, and Mrs.
Il?ce McKenzie Ragland, for whom the
r -m- „ is named, will cut the nbbon. A
^c5*n>Ue held from 3:45 to 4:45 at
‘’"'•Secesi” during which the fath^ers can
be dS all over Raleigh, will be from
4 4S to 6 00, followed by evening prayer in
ie eh"pel, .il " ““
‘“'*r?V'3o“3ew"»e *' *“f
^ f ’.r evening of entertainment by
‘rOioSe dre three dance groups, and the
to Sa^ent. The Cold Cuts, with their
Jel members, ,he
nrail fe *e l971-72 Father-Daughter Day.
KiuoX ^c^othy Brown (presented by Mr.
Irs r Klarie Ingram (presented by
Mrs p'““'e iviane Ingram (.presemcu
tented bT“^^’ Herbert Kirton (pre-
^Prese Whitten), Tempe Ann Lampe
Manlv"r Stoops), Elizabeth Fern
Susa ^ W^'csented by Mrs. Cremin), Martha
Eliaa}, , °^crs (presented by Mrs. Zepp),
"Matb»^ r; Taylor (presented by Mrs.
seuted , ^"'1*), Karen Marie Wheeler (pre-
M^erman), Ruth Anne White
Moote r Brandon
^presented by Mrs. Noe).
Socie'***^Fy the High School Honor
and hLu* ^etemiincd by a Q. P. R- of 3.5
‘His ore standards. The purpose of
Is to promote and recognize
^‘Pdemc'^ ^cellence among the high school
Wa . ‘s. Tb“ tt. . „ . , ^ c».-.vn,
'The High School Honor Society
in early 1971 by faculty vote.
high school honor society
2.;“' «"g oi 7,7,. ■.?'‘chT» 7»op ir r“V
Potv school scholarship fund which Ann Barden^^ An Ing Elizabeth
•ta ,pp„«i,„.„|, ,23„ i„ pWges whM. rwa ’
COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETY
First row (ieft to right): Debby Deshields,
Anna Ballentine, Teresa Vaughn, Jean
Little, Betsey Mott. Second row: Ellen
Blythe, Jeannie McGee, Nancy Smith, Jean
Lybrook, Martha Blalock.
PHI THETA KAPPA
Eleven St. Mary’s Junior College students
were recently chosen for Chi Beta Chapter of
the Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Fra
ternity of American -Junior Colleges. These
second-year college students are: Anne Re
becca Ballentine, Greenwood, S. C.; Martha
Rebecca Blalock, Pilot Mountain, N. C.;
Martha Ellen Blythe, Charlotte, N. C.; Deb-
orah Leigh Deshields, Fayetteville, N. C.;
Jenny Hane, porte Motte, S. C.; Jennie Hey
ward Magee, Florence, S. C.; Elizabeth Al
ston Mott, Chapel Hill, N. C.; Nancy Joy
Smith, Raleigh, N. C.; and Teresa Henrietta
■Vaughan, Galax, Va.
To be eligible for membership in Phi
Theta Kappa, “a student shall be of good
moral character, shall possess recognized qual
ities of citizenship, and shall have established
academic' excellence as judged by the fac
The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa, organ
ized in 1929, is to recognize and encourage
scholarship among junior college students; to
provide opportunity for the development of
leadership and service; to provide an intellec
tual climate for exchange of ideas, for lively
fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation
of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Mr. Demetrios F. Nixon of the Social
Studies Department serves as the sponsor of
the college’s chapter.
become leaders in ^EEeir com
President of academic affairs.
Becoming interested both in
more challenging work and in
returning to North Carolina,
he came to St. Mary’s.
“I’ve kno-wn about St. Mary’s
all my life,” commented Dr.
Miller, “mainly from past dat
Although he has no pei-sonal
advisees, he says “My job is
to help the students graduate.
I’d like to help everyone.”
Stated Dr. Miller: “I really
enjoy being a dean, but I
wouldn’t want to give up teach
ing, either. I am thoroughly en
joying every aspect of St.
To Present Play
by Tonia Bryan, II
Tryouts were conducted for
the first Drama Club production
of the 1973-74 season at St.
Mary’s on Aug. 28-29. To be
performed the week of Pather-
Daughter\Day, the fall produc
tion is Sandy Wilson’s “The
Boy Friend,” a delightful mu
sical about a girls’ finishing
school in France and their love
life problenis. Set in the 1920’s
it is filled with the music and
dancing of the time.
Cast as the female lead ig
Catherine Blankenship portray
ing Polly Brewne. Karen Rogg
is the fussy headmistress of the
school, Madame Dubonnet
Maisie, that “Madcap” school.!
Sirl, is represented by Lena
Johnson. Other characters m
elude Hortense, Leigh A.nn
Raynor; Dulcie, Sugar Brya^.
Lady Brockhurst, Janet Da-vig’
and as Tony (the Bo3rfrier *
Roy Dicks. 'The cast also j-
cludes Coco Pollard, Beca Bitty
Don Key (a noted Raleigh i
ont) and members of the choi
The production is directed
Harry Callahan, -with mv
supervised by Michael Buiy
The president of the Drd
Club is Mebane Ham, vice pj
ident is Sugar Bryan, secret
is Karen Rose, and Cathg
Blankenship is treasurer.