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^ igt^ecember 13, 1946
The Belles of Saint Mary’s
Kenneth Evett Wins
First Prize in N. C.
I Art Society Exhibit
tVi twentieth annual session of
•® ■^oi'th Carolina State Art So-
opened Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. at
, Walter Hotel by a word of
0 from former Governor J.
V ■ Ehringhaus. Mr. 'Ehringhaus
Pi'esented the president of the
r; ?^Ston, who presented a short
y,' ‘y^^’i’ington, Miss Juliana Force,
An, Whitney Museum of
Krt, Hew York, made a
° * ttorlo ^°®®^6nts on the attitude of
LKCTUUE of evening
Lj,J *^Ad Goodrich, research curator
Lgy^'^thor, also of AVhitney Mu-
I “IV; 1°^ ^^nierican Art, discussed
vt"Horner” as the evening’s
■PT' Peaturej addn
h On went to uommoia,
Ball. T»oc. 7 for the Assembly
★ ★CAMPUS NCTES
eill*'; gjjJ.®? winners of the tenth annual
'verp Kortli Carolina artists
N®®’ i Ifp), ^ii'iounced by Mr. Ehringhaus.
i ^ Evett, Winston-Salem, was
i pi’ize of $500 and pur-
' “Ca^ iwize of $100 for his oil,
: a Second and third
tiverf' Went respectively to Alary
bub; eia . ^ nomas, University of Geor-
fw-t tL Wuted Birds” and to Ilar-
fAi'r‘0](l Eichmond, Va., for
’ Poll "Solid.”
; IValtg "'tWS meeting at the Sir
to b Ubity a preview of the ex-
■ die ^*^1^ a reception was held at
® Art Gallery.
^ ^'’e in Your Eyes” and
-nS.' I'li’oneK Ai . Jus* try wading
’ * dents’D ^ in^o ill the Day Stu-
; jU Boom.
a l‘j 1^,! Jollowb'' °
you know ?”
P rj,Tou know:
*''id Eulghum can sing
fJalir went to the University
2. TwS St year?
""I'taiii 'q,! dalia Anne Perry has “a
3. ,p|^®°nieoue” in Pennsylvania
( ^’erp: ^ ^ Ilarriet Aloran under-
p/i ®oi’ious operation at Rex
,S‘ 4. S I'ecently?
^ yedding bells, not sleigh
1 Sge V ^°i' Rlioebo Ann
S '*"11 thi-'*S Etta “Boots” Trog-
5. ^p, 'Christmas?
ill SticufS S^ii West is from Con-
* i ^’ii'liiin.A doi'i'y Ann Quinn from.
■■1'’ ® Tb
P# Plav ^"ance is “Meg” in
therp^^'^ knew all that anyway,
*^^*iitin(j 1, * ®ornething strange and
t'" appening every minute.
bas a brand new
f?®*ance. Alary Eugenia
1 l.j, ®d Ghp-^^Uasoii bas a brsnul new
went to Columbia,
follS"'^/^°^idays will be cmm-
iVaS^ Robl^iH giving a dance,
th ^ to Qp , t IS traveling all the
Sivay^i^tte just for mie. By
'^ho ^'^yone who doesn’t
alley goes with?
Christine Price, Alarion, Aid.,
had her mother, Mrs. Howard
Price, and her sister. Miss Mar
garet Anne Price, as her guests
bsiov. 28 through Xov. 30.
The Board of Trustees of Saint
Mary’s met Xov. 20 at the school.
^ m *
Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Stone
attended the Georgia-Georgia
Tech, football game in Athens,
Ga., Xov. 30.
* * *
Mrs. L. B. Naylor’s grandson.
Judge Clement, AVashington, D.
C., visited tlie campus during
Miss Martha Dabney Jones
spent the week-end of Xov. 30 at
her home in Norfolk, Va.
S= # ^
Mary Bowman (’40), Nancy
O’Keeffe’s sister, visited Saint
Alary’s Sunday, Dee. 1.
# ^ «
Betsy Jones, Farmville, visited
Vivian Scott the week-end of Nov.
* * *
John W. Morgan, chemistry
professor, plans to tour hlorida
during the Christmas vacation.
* * *
Thanksgiving Day the Rev. I.
Harding Hughes had charge of
the service at Holj’' Innocents
* # *
Last week Commander William
R. Cox, formerly of Raleigh, now
of Washington, D. C., paid a visit
to the Hughes’. Commander Cox,
after being in active service dur-
Eebecca “Becky” Smith is going
to the AYake Forest dance at the Sir
AYalter Hotel next Saturday.
Another day student alumna, Airs.
Ralph A'oung (Golda Gurley ex
’47) is proving her Pjowess of the
cuisine by inviting Alildred WdEe
Chamberlain and Betty Lou Byrd to
a steak dinner Saturday.
■Alystery! AVho was the man in
that black limousine who came to
see Lillian Evans ? i „
Isn’t it funny how popular the
week-ends are? Janet
Marianne KirkpaHick like Ricl
moiid for theirs. Concord is Be ty
Hobby’s favorite. Armecia Eure
and Lillian Evans went to learn
German in Chapel Hill—oh Jeak
Cabin parties are a high spot for
the gals too. Glenn Harden, Mar
garet Cooper, and Margaret Cum
mings enjoy them. „ioTitv
The last State game saw plenty
of action and day students too. Alary
Alarshall Ragland, Betty Lou Byrd,
Violet LaEue, Xaiicy Young, R^ggy
Powers, Loiia :^ames, Anne He
son, Katherine Blake, Cecile Pick
ett, and Dorothy Jones were a few
who were there.
The Blue and Gold Dance was a
“hit ” Barbara Crawford, Betty
Lou'Byrd, Anne Henson, Katherine
Blake, Cecile Bickett, Violet LaRue,
and Barbara Barnes thought so, any-
^The day students are ever “on the
go” and always in the most exciting
places . . •
ing the war, has recently been
given a tivo-year position in the
Gunnery Department in Washing
ton, D. C.
# * #
Dec. 1, the Rev. Mr. Hughes
had charge of service at All
Saints Church, Roanoke Rapids.
Harding Hughes, Jr., who is
doing graduate work at the Uni
versity of Alichigan, is expected
to arrive home for Christmas holi
days Dec. 22.
* * *
The Rev. Mr. Hughes will be
guest speaker at the annual ladies’
night Civitan Banquet in Greens
boro, Dee. 19.
Miss Geraldine Cate will liave
nine students furnish music for
the annual Civitan ladies’ night
banquet at Sir Walter Hotel, Dee.
# * #
Several members of the faculty
and staff attended the meetings
of the “Culture Week” exercises
held ill Raleigh the week of Dec.
1 to 7.
# # #
Mrs. I. Harding Hughes had the
program for her Book Club Dec. 3
at the Woman’s Club. She read
a paper on Alexico City.
# * *
Dr. Richard G. Stone had as
guests for lunch Dec. 3 Charles
Tucker, Warrentou, Chairman of
Ground Committee of Trustees;
Mr. Danielson, contractor of the
work being done on the grounds;
and Charles F. Gillette, Richmond,
Va., landscape architect for
Among its newest books Saint
Alary’s school library lias received
What to do About Vitamins, by
Roger J. AVilliams, director of the
Biochemical Institute of the Univer
sity of Texas. This book gives help
ful information about the minerals
and vitamins needed for bodily
growth and the foods in which they
may he found.
Students of Spanish will be inter
ested ill Literary Currents in His
panic Arnica, by Pedro Henriquez-
Hreiia. This hook surveys cultur
ally incidents in early Latin Ameri
can history which played an impor
tant part in influencing the trend of
At The Theaters
14 I’artiier in Time.
Lum and Abner.
15-16 Anna and the King of Siam.
17 Hoodlum Saint.
18 Sing, Neighbor, Sing.
12-14 Two Years Before the Mast.
15-17 AATiite Tie and Tails.
Dan Duryea, Ella Raines.
Tex Beneke Hits
Top With Recording
Of ‘Falling Leaves’
Tex Beiieke has done it again
with his wonderful arrangement
on Victor records of the new
“Falling Leaves” and on the other
side that favorite oldie, “Star
Victor also just released a new
Sammy Ka3'e recording. On one
side the bouneey “Zip-a-dee-doo-
dah” from Walt Disnej'’s movie
“The Song of the Deep South” is
featured, and on tlie other is an
inimitable Kav’e treatment of the
eatcffy “Sooner or Later.” Both
of these songs have pleasant
Perry Como’s rendition of “Pre
tending” is one of the best of any
we’ve heard. Andy Russell lias
made a record of this too, but it’s
not as good as Como’s.
“When A’'ou Trim Your Christ
mas Tree” will make anj^ listener
count the daj^s until Christmas.
It will never take the place of
Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas,”
but it’s eveiw bit as sweet and
sentimental. The Ink Spots have
a very special arrangement of
this on Capital records.
The King Cole Trio has a new
number which is definitely on the
.jazzy side. It’s “Best Alan.” This
is also on Capital records and can
be bought either separately or in
the King Cole Trio Record Album.
On the other side is “For Senti
PAST AND JAZZY
“Just One Alore Vote” is Bing
Crosby’s newest offering to fans
who like him singing fast humor
ous ditties. This one is really
witty, and the “Old Groaner” is
in the groove.
An old favorite everyone is
singing again is “Honey.” The Ink
Spots have the best recordino'
of it. ^
Frank Sinatra is once again in
a romantic mood with “The Whole
AVorld Is Singing Aly Song,” one
of the loveliest love songs in a
long time. Tlie melody is of the
kind one finds oneself humming
after hearing it for the first time,
and the Ijwics are something to
“I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTjMAS”
Finally, “I’ll Be Home for
Christmas” is the song everyone
is hearing right now.
Bette Davis, Paul Henreid.
13-14 Bomber’s Moon.
Code of the IN’airie.
15-17 Two Y^ears Before the Mast.
14 All Cartoon Show.
15-16 The Very Thought of You.
Dennis Morgan, Faye Emerson.
13-14 Don’t Gainhle AA’itli Strangers.
15-17 Plainsman and the Lady.
William Elliot, Gail Patrick.