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    YOUTH SUNDAY
OBSERVANCE
SUNDAY
Belles
Saint Mary’s School Library
OF SAINT MARY’S
GIRL-BREAK
TOMORROW
NIGHT
XIV, No. 2
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
October 12, 1951
First SMS Girl-Break Dance
Highlights Coming Week End
Classes Nominate, Elect New
Presidents For School Year
Marshals Plan To Serve
I Refreshments In Gym
Saint Mary’s first girl-break dance
, the year takes place in the gym
horn 8 ;30 until 11:30 Saturday
'*'8ht, October 13. Pat Boesser,
dance marshal, invites all girls
'''til or without dates to attend.
t^irl-break dances are traditional
^I'lithly social functions at Saint
j "'‘y’s. The purpose of these dances
* Campus entertainment. At these
Alices girls may break on and dance
''til whomever they wish. There
I'l be boy-breaks as well as girl-
‘feaks.
■‘Admission will be 25c per person.
'■Inks and doughnuts will be sold
tile dance. The money collected
into a dance marshal fund for
1^^^’iding music for dances.^
i at Boesser invited all girls to
.^“ttiit to her names of boys they
"iited to invite, and the dance
"'Ciiiittee has called them.
n*hin Harless, Lois Perry, Ann
"Culloch, and Gillie Martin, senior
/"ce marshals, will serve at this
bailee.
jj ^'at has also announced a tenta-
dance schedule. Following the
^.'.ci'mal dance on October 13, there
J he dances on November 17, De-
"iber 15, the Senior dance, Janu
s', 19, February 16, March 22,
Ml 19^ May 3, the Junior-Senior,
' on May 17.
New Girls Become
Sigma, Mu Members
Athletic Associations Have Pep
Rally in Gym, Auditorium
Sigmas and Mvfs held their an
nual induction October 8. At ap
proximately seven o’clock each team
started its round of the dorms.
Marching along and chanting their
team songs they picked girls from
each hall. Each team captain car
ried a list of the new girls on her
particular team. When the cap
tains reached each hall they read off
the names of the new girls on that
hall who were to be members of
their team. Everyone had been ready
and waiting for a long time. When
each girl found out to which she
belonged, she quickly joined the al
ready growing procession. After all
the members had been chosen, each
team gathered together. All the
Sigma’s met in the gym aiid the Mu’s
in the auditorium. Sigma’s and Mu’s
gave cheers and team yells for a
while and then all retired to their
rooms. Another Sigma-Mu induc
tion was over.
tii;
^Hrkness At Noon
^otnes To Raleigh
1 Raleigh Little Theater will soon
its 1951-52 season. The Little
''^ter is designed to give the peo-
jjj" of Raleigh a chance to appear
Md to see Broadway plays. Un-
tii*" ihe direction of Ainslie Pryor,
j,® Little Theater presents several
ht'lar Broadway plays a year,
he first production, scheduled
October 15-20, is Darkness at
based on the novel of the
name by Sidney Kingsley. This
e'ol tells the grim story of how
Ij^tntnunists break the mind of an
"''thodox Communist until he con-
to the “crimes” which they
6 invented for him.
ji. o.r'kness at Noon, according to a
review, has managed to appeal
'he mind in the theater, and not
to inflame the emotions; to
\vn,"’hether absolutist ideas can exist
Ijf 'ont absolutist methods, whether
''’hich systematically ignores the
factor can preserve a human
''i • . . it is a vivid momento of
rjf® Moscow trials, a sharp probing
rj,he Communist mind.
|)f he names of the forthcoming
V^^'ictions will be revealed several
before they are presented.
Sigma, Mu Players
Practice Hockey
Hockey practice classes for the
old Sigma’s and Mu’s began Septem
ber 24. The classes, under the di
rection of Miss Livernian, meet
every Monday and Wednesday after
noon at four o’clock.
About eighteen Sigma’s and twen
ty-three Mu’s reported for practice.
Emilie Adams, “Beeps” Buchanan,
“Deedee” Davenport, Mary Dorset,
Betsy Dunn, Ebba Freund, Jess
Gant, Linda Garriss, Sally Hack
ney, Glenn Lightsey, Isabel Master-
ton, Mary Michal, Emily Patton,
Anne,Pearson, Beverly Rutter, Sue
Ann Saddler, Helen Sanders, Betty
Jo Snider, Ann Stewart, Barbara
Tribble, Cynthia Ward, and Sue
Woodward reported for the Mu
team.
Anne Benton, Pat Boesser, Nancy
Dawson, Nell Eley, Carmen Gardi
ner, Gwen Grizzard, May Holton,
Laura Hays, Alice Hicks, Jane Mad
dux, Gillie Martin, “Skippy” Nicol-
son, Lucille Overton, Anne Patter
son, Shep Rustin, Timmie Timmons,
and Mai Stewart reported for the
Sigma team.
At a later date the captains and
the first teams will be elected. Cyn
thia Ward is the manager.
The hockey tournament between
Sigma’s and Mus will be in the
latter part of November.
SMS Participates
In Youth Sunday
Students Join in World-Wide
Observance of Youth Sunday
Saint Alary’s will observe Youth
Sunday October 14. Students will
take part in the 11 o’clock service
in the Saint Mary’s Chapel. Alice
Hicks, president of the Student Gov
ernment Association, and Alary Jo
Paul, president of the Canterbury
Club, will give talks. Jea'nie Pat
terson, president of the YWCA, and
Ann Patterson, president of the
Senior class, will read the service.
The offering will go to aid the edu
cational, medical, and evangelistic
work of the Holy Cross Alission at
Bolahun in interior Liberia, West
African
Youth Sunday is observed by
young peoide of the E})iscopal
Church every year. The observance
is to afford the opportunity of cor
porate worship by the young people
and also to demonstrate the place of
Christian youth in the life of the
Episcopal Church. Young people
of the Anglican Communion in all
parts of the world join in' the ob
servance.
The central emphasis is placed on
youth as part of the life and work
of the church and not as a special
group whose interests are separate
from the main stream. In many
parishes young people take part in
the chief service held in tlieir
churches on this day. In some places,
a young person will make the ad
dress, others will read the psalms
and lessons, others share in the
prayers. Parents and other adults
see young people in action aiid are
reminded of the very real j)art which
they play in the church in action
every day.
Leaders Are Robinson,
Gold, Eley, Littleton
Nell Eley, Leon Gold, Ann Rob
inson, and Lynn Littleton are the
newly elected presidents of the
junior, sophomore, freshman, and
business classes respectively. Each
class nominated its candidates Octo
ber 8 and elected its presidents Octo
ber 9.
Nell, of Ahoskie, has been at Saint
Alary’s three years. She is vice-
president of the Sigma’s, headline
editor of the BELLES, and a mem
ber of the YWCA. Also nominated
from the junior class was Deedee
Davenport.
Leon, of Hickory, is a second year
girl and a Mu. Others nominated
were Alice Best and Glenn Light
sey.
Ann, of Richmond, is a member
of the Dramatics Club and is a
Sigma. I’he freshman class also
nominated Betty Dry, Sally Hodges,
and Nancy Bowles for i)resident.
Lynn, of Wilmington, is a mem
ber of the Granddaughters’ Club, Al
tar Guild, Canterbury Club, is on
the BELLES staff, and is a Mu.
Other nominees for ])residont of the
business class were Sue Trant and
Peggy Leary.
Annual Staff Reveals
Plans For New Year
stage Coach staff announces prog
ress on ’51-’.5^ annual. Shepherd
Rustin was^'chosen as assistant edi
tor. An art staff has been organized
with Buncy Robinson as art editor.
Twenty new members have joined
the staff.
In the next few weeks, voting will
be held to decide on the dedication,
senior superlatives, and the eight
most outstanding girls. Organiza
tion pictures will be taken within
the next two weeks.
Business editor Mary Dubose
Watson will have a business meeting
soon for all those interested in being
on her staff.
Helen Setzer Heads
SMS Dramatic Club
Saint Alary’s Dramatic Club
elected its oflicers for the present
year September 28. I'he club is
under the direction of Aliss Flor
ence C. Davis, head of the Speech
and Theater Arts Department.
Helen Setzer, of Hickory, will
servo as president of tlie club. Helen
is on the Hall Council and the Diit-
letin staff'. She is a Sigma.
Peggy Costner, of l.exington, is
the new vice-i)resident of the club.
I’eggy, a senior, is a second year girl
at Saint Alary’s and is a' vice-coun
selor. She is a member of the Altar
Guild, YAVC^V, and is a Mu.
Dottie Allen, of Winston-Salem,
has been chosen secretary of the Dra
matic Club. Dottie, who is a new
girl, is a member of the YWCA
and is a Mu.
Elizabeth Lynn, of Raleigh, is
the new publicity chairman for the
club. Elizabeth is also a new girl
and is a il/u.
The Dramatic Club, which is a
member of the Carolina Dramatics
Association, enters the Junior Col
lege section of State tournaments
held each spring at the University
of North Carolina. Last year the
play presented by Saint Mary’s won
the highest rating in the Junior
College section.
    

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