North Carolina Newspapers

    IX, No. 13
April 26, 1946
Betsy Dempsey Is Elected
Chief Dance Marshal
Johnson, Thorp, and Green Are
onior Dance Marshals
I^etsy Dempsey of Wilson was
*^cted chief dance marshal for next
in elections held on April 17.
ilson High School Betsy
th cheerleader, a member of
g ® ramatic Club, National Honor
^I°ii°i’ Citizenship Club,
u plndent Council. At Saint
calM* Demp,” as her friends
gjj j i® a junior dance marshal
rovi ** ®^Sma. When asked by our
■\vh ,'^^,^j®Ii°i'ter what she first said
Order Of The Circle
Taps Six New Members
Soin^ Glen Slater, the out-
ohief dance marshal, announc-
g chief dance marshal,
e outcome of the election, she
Said “r ) ' •
1- ’ A can t remember what I said
«as so excited.”
also fiance marshals were
*^®*ofi- They are Ann Burney
lina^^Tr’ Marion, South Caro-
itoi,’ i I®nrietta Thorp, of Rocky
''®mstoi/'^^ Sylvia Green, of Wil-
°nn M those jitterbug-
Ij- nuth Carol 111 fl trirlc A+ So Inf
Margaret Xortleet, of Jaek.son, ehainnaii of the Hall Council; I’eggy
Swindell, of WaKliington, iiresidcnt of the Student liody; Klizjibeth
Myatt, of GohLsboro, vice-iire.sldeiit of the Student 15oly.
s she has
Carolina girls. At Saint
been outstanding.
^luh^ I V Uie Dramatic
is Ij’i, Saving, Publications, and
the s "^^P^^sentative. She is also
, eeretary-treasurer of the “Y.”
«>o G Thorp is a member of
^^iliarv 9^'^’ Woman’s
Is a Hu^^’ Senior Life Saving, and
. *Sihhv” n
girl fj.„ Green, a Saint Mary’s
back, is a member of
fiiarv ]?’^*^^’^g.Club, Woman’s Aux-
*®®^tic Club, Publications,
the?^"^! marshals will be-
fiie rest ’’ fifties next year, leading
“I oin- ° school in the conduct
year. dances throughout the
& presidents for
'^31 year named
,»The pj -
* hnli management
'* Saint At’ **^,®^ghrated this year
^aint At “augurated tins year
'®®®ful ft h has been SO sue-
iiext same system will be
''^'Icbt f,^?*** ’ ^Tis system the
’!?.®tly- ®*'^hient has benefited
' h'a« 1 deal of responsi-
fr ® assumed by the sen-
® hUote At other students.
"The ^ T^ruikshank in say-
^^•■hefi a of Ibis plan has
ami ^ advance toward a
°I®i'iUnent thorough student
^ ®aeh hall°^* liave been assigned
; one serves as
serve? .semester, while the
as vice-president. Dur-
T- 4, Col. 1)
Smith and McCaw Are
Elected Presidents
“Y” and Woman’s Auxiliary
Elect New Officers
Sara Mell Smith of Birmingham,
Alabama, and Cynthia McCaw of
Bristol, Rhode Island, were elect
ed presidents of the Y.W.C.A. and
AVoman’s Auxiliary, respectively,
for next .year.
Sara Alell, who will succeed Mil
dred Chappell, was ver\' active in
high school. She was Citizenship
Girl for 1945, Vice-President of
the Girl' Reserves, Chief Alarshal,
President of the Alpha Delta Psi
Sorority, and Chairman of the
Paper Drive. In her home room
she was chairman of the Bond
Drive and president, vice-presi
dent, and secretary-treasurer at
different times.
Here at Saint Mary’s Mell is
outstanding in the work of the
Y.W.C.A. She belongs to the
Political Science Club, French
Club, and is a loyal Mu.
Alell said that plans for next
year were not complete but that
she hoped to continue about the
same work that Alildred has done
this year. She will be assisted by
Betsy Wetterau of Birmingham,
Alabama, the new vice-president,
and Burney Johnson of Alarion,
South Carolina, the new secretary
and treasurer.
Cynthia AIcCaw will succeed
Katherine Royall as president of
the AVoman’s'Auxiliary. During
her high school da.vs CA'nthia par
ticipated in numerous school ac
tivities. She was secretaiA of the
junior class, member of the Ath
letic Council, D.A.R. Good Citi
zenship Representative, on the
staff of the paper. The Pegasus,
and the annual. The Green and
^Yhite. She also belonged to the
(See P. 2, Col. 3)
Myrtle Alston, Freshman, Makes
Highest Average
Twenty-eight girls made honor
roll for the third quarter of the
1945-46 session, and forty girls
made honorable mention. This is
an even better record than the one
of last quarter, with an increase
of four in the number of girls
making honorable m e n t i o n.
Among those making honor roll
were eight seniors, six juniors,
seven sophomores, and six fresh
Alyrtle Alston, freshman, made
the highest average in the school
this quarter for the second con
secutive time with an average of
94 1-4. Josephine Cooper, fresh
man, earned second place with an
average of 93 1-2, and Alollie
Hazen, sophomore, came in right
behind her with an average of 93.
Students receiving honorable
mention included ten seniors, fif
teen juniors, nine sophomores, and
five freshmen.
Aciideinic Departiiieiit
Alyrtle Alston, Charlotte Blan
ton, Alary Blair Bowers, Jane
Bowler, Charlotte Buchanan, Jane
Campbell, Betsy Carter, Cama
Clarkson, Josephine Cooper, Alary
Rose Crisp, Sally Ann Elliott,
Elizabeth Eyster, Noel Gibbs,
Emma Katie Guion, Nancy Hamel’
Alollie Hazen, Alartha Hinkle, Ann
Jones, Alarie Kiger, Alary Louise
Aloidton, Alary Willis Sledge,
Elizabeth Taylor, Sue Thomas’
Leah Whitley, Lenior AVilliams,
Betty Sue Tayloe, and Anne
(See P. 4, Col. 3)
Baskervill, Chappell, Myatt,
Conger, Roberts, and Slater
Become Members April 23
Alildred Chappell, “Spot” Basker
vill, Alary Glen Slater, Martha Con
ger, Elizabeth Alyatt, and Jean
Roberts were initiated into the Order
of the Circle in an impressive cere
mony on Tuesday night, Aj>ril 23.
From Richmond, “Alii” is presi
dent of the senior class and presi
dent of the Y. W. C. A. this year.
Spot Baskervill, of AVarrenton,
holds the office of vice-president of
the senior class. She will long be
remembered for her famous murals
in the Publications Room.
Alary Glen Slater, of AVilson, di
rects our dances this year as chief
dance marshal and is mauagine: edi
tor of the Belles.
Alartha Conger, of -Edenton, is
outstanding this year as president of
the junior class, and has been re
cently elected editor of the 1946-47
Liddy Bet Alyatt, of Goldsboro,
seems to have a vice-president com
plex, being vice-president of the jun
ior class and vice-president of the
student body for next year.
Jean Roberts, of Durham, is a
junior rei)resentative to the Legis
lative Body this year and will be
president of next year’s senior class.
Helen Boyle of Charlotte was
elected secretary of the hall council
111 elections held on AYednesday,
j^ril 24. Other nominees for this
office were Elizabeth Roberts, of
Culpeper Virginia; Alartha Hin
kle, of AVinston-Salem, and Cynthia
AIcCaw, of Bristol, Rhode Island.
This year at Saint ALary’s Helen
has been a member of the AVoman’s
Auxiliary and the ALu Athletic So
ciety; she has also served as a repre-
seiitative to the hall council.
Affectionately called “AVoolie ”
she replied when questioned about
ler election that she was speechless
However, she did add that she would
try to do her best next year if some
one would, in the meantime, find a
cure for straight hair. Straight hair
?AVn?’ ^porter knows that
W oohe will do a very efficient job.
The Seniors are entering their
second childhood. That’s the only
answer we can give to the toiling
Juniors who looked uji from their
short stories Alonday afternoon to
see their elders playing drop the
hankie in the quadrangle.

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