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^BELLES^
OF SAINT MARY’S
FRESHMAN-
SOPHOMORE
DANCE, FEB. 18
VoL. II, Ho. 10
EALEIGH, north CAROLINA
February 10, 1939
first literary society contest COIMPLETED
Sigma Lambda’s Win First Place; E. A. P.’s Win
Both Second Places
The Sigma Lambda and E. A. P- literary Societies
Held a joint meeting on January 31
termination of the poetry section of tie socie „ »
petition. Ida Mary Turner s The Christmas ^Tree
Won first place for the Sigma Pamhda s, while On
Train” by Beppy Hunter, and A Skyrocket Hy ®
trude Carter, both E. A. P. -contributions tied for
second place. These two poems set the E. A. P. s ahead
of the Sigma Lambda’s in the race for the s^ver cup.
Which will be awarded to the group having the highest
number of points at a Society banquet at the end ot
the year.
LENTEN SERVICES PLANNED
First Two Speakers Announced
The Lenten Services for this year will begin on Ash
Wednesday, February 22, when there will ^ held a
Communion service at 6:50 in the moving, e reg
Chapel service at 8:40, and evening Chapel service at
5:45 n m Every Wednesday evening at 5:45 p.m.
during the Lenten Season, there will be visiting nainis-
ters at the Chapel service, the first of whom will be
the Reverend Craighill Brown of
N. C. On the following Wednesday, the guest speaker
will be the Reverend Albert R. Stuart, Rector of Saint
Michael’s Church, Charleston, S. C. Other speake
will be announced later. On Friday evenings
Lent voluntary services with no address will be Ueia
sfter supper.
FACULTY ENTERTAINED
Gym Instructors Give “Advertisement” Party
Miss Rebecca Harvey and Miss Jane Goss '^r^joint
ostesses on Friday night, February 3, ^ ^
'arty, to which each guest wore a costume
popular advertisement. The best costive of he party
'as Mrs. Kloman’s Aunt Jemma. Cleanser
ions were given to Miss Harris as e Father
:irl. Miss Davis as Bermuda, Mr Kloman as Father
John’s Cough Syrup, and Mr. Jones as the Fuller
Mush man. Other costumes
i’our Roses, Miss Weise as Morton s Salt, Miss Horn
■8 henna rinse. Miss Harvey as Heinz »
ieties, and Miss Goss as Ivory Soap. The guests were
entertained with games, for which Mr ®oman rece ve
he prize. The gym was attractively decorate wi
‘dvertisements.
MUSIC NOTES
The organ recital, presented by William H. Jones on
Sunday, January 29, was the third of a series of pro
grams given by faculty members of the Music Depart
ment. It was very beautiful and most impressive, a
combination brought about by the blending of the music
with the atmosphere of the Chapel. Miss Wilburta
Horn assisted with a solo, Haydn’s “With Verdure
Clad.” . . , .
The first half of Mr. Jones’ program consisted of a
Sonata in D Minor by Eheinberger, and two selections
from Bach, Chorale Prelude: “In Thee is Gladness
and Saint Ann’s Fugue. After a short intermission
during which he suggested we discuss the program
“pro and con,” Mr. Jones played compositions of
Vierne Cesar Franck, Saint-Saens, and one of his own.
Probably this last, entitled “Scherzo,” was enjoyed
more tlian the rest because of the school s particular
interest in its composer. Mr. Jones wrote this piece
to contribute to a “concert of original compositions by
Virginia organists given in Richmond in 1914. ’
® Si« * *
On February 14, the Civic Music Association of
Raleigh will present Rabinof, concert violinist, who
will play in the Hugh Morson auditorium. All music
students and others interested will attend.
* * *
Miss Horn’s vocal students appeared in a studio re
cital on Thursday afternoon, February 9. The stu
dents taking part included those who had sung in
previous recitals and also those who were appearing
for the first time. * * *
A student recital was presented by Miss Haig’s music
pupils last Sunday night at seven-thirty o clock, ^ose
nEo took part in the program were Annie Webb
Cheshire, Fiquet Pate, Henrietta Hampton, Virginia
Lee Kirby, Laura Butcher, Mary Gault, Peggy Castle-
man, Ruth Cameron, Winifred Vass Joanne Lilly,
Cordelia Jones, Anne Seely, Miss Martha Dabney
Jones, and Anne Collier.
TOWN GIRLS’ GAB
Mary Nash, Mary Watson Prince, and Ann Seeley
were among the Day Students on the academic Honor
Roll and Page Eatman was the only one—including
resident girls—to make the Honor Roll in the Business
Department. Then there were several local gals who
made honorable mention.
Mary Watson Prince is going up to Bryn Mawr next
month to visit. She’s going to enter the college next
fall and she’s going up to take a look at the place, if
vou don’t think that “Wat” is excited, you just ask her.
Her room has already been reserved ’n’ everything.
    

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