North Carolina Newspapers

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Belles
OF ST. MARY’S
Vol. XXIV, No. 4
Culture Week In
Raleigh Begun
November 27-December 4 was
designated as Culture Week in
Haleigh. The purpose of this week
Was to bring together the various
clubs which further culture in
North Carolina. These clubs con-
'^ened at the Sir Walter Hotel and
conducted i)rograms in relation to
their various branches of culture.
The North Carolina Folklore So
ciety, the Federation of Music
Clubs and the Historical Society
Were a few of the j)articipants.
Huring the first part of the
Week the public was invited to the
hotel for entertainment ])rovided
the different organizations. The
latter part of the week was de
veloped to business matters for
each society. The business matters
^ucluded the nomination and elec
tion of officers. Mr. Herbert Shell-
sociology instructor at St.
fury’s, was nominated for the of-
tice of vice-president of the N. C.
folklore Society. Mr. Shellans is
known throughout the East as a
tolk singer and student of folk
>Uusic_ He previously had his own
television i)rogram in Now York
City.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Posture Winners: .Jean Flannasan, .Time Wall, Susan Poe.
Sigma-Mu Activities In Swing
Classes Making
Plans For Year
rile Freshman Class has really
Rotten off to an excellent begin-
this year. Forty-two out of
orty-eight members of this class
>ave already ordered their class
Besides planning future pic-
.*cs, the Freshmen are also be-
|inning jilans for the Freshman-
^nphoinore Dance. Selling hot
.Rs, the most exciting pro,icct of
"s class, began Thursdav, No-
Veinber 17.
t he Sojihomore Class has not
completed any ])lans, but sev-
.'"‘d projects have been suggested
will come before the class at
uext meeting.
Celling candy will be the Com-
'^'rcial Class jiroject.
pie .Junior Class is now busy
^mering their St. Mary’s rings.
. 'ey have Mr. Connelly as their
."■ss sjionsor and Patricia Arm-
iP'oiig lias lieen elected the other
'ember of the Legislative Body.
pile niaiii activity of the Senior
j iss is phinning the Senior Class
p'liquet. The various Committees
''e now busily iilanning for this
"'•"'eial occasiom
Congratulations to the IMus who
have won both the soccer tourna
ment and the bridge tournament.
The all stars of these two events
were announced in assembly Tues
day. November 15, as well as the
four new members of the Letter
Clul). Those receiving letters and
thus gaining admission to the Let
ter Club were Ann Dixon, .Tune
Bodie, IMolly Cooper, and Toler
Yates.
A posture representative was se
lected from each hall and one from
the dav students. The Letter Club
members met Tuesday November
15 to vote for the Posture Queen.
In' assembly, Thursday November
17, .June Wall was crowned as
Posture Queen. Runners-up were
.lean Flannagan and Susan Poe.
The winner of the Slump Queen
contest was Robin Pleasants with
Betsy Holland and Vicki Coxe as
runners-up.
Basketball season at St. Mary’s
has finally arrived. All old girls
and new girls especially are urged
to try out for either the Sigma
or yiu team. Support your team
and let us have the best basketball
tournament ever!
The Letter Club had a picnic in
the Hut Wednesday, November 16.
Plans for the rest of the year were
discussed.
December 2, 1960
Honor Week Recognized
At St, Mary^s
This week, November Twenty-
eighth through December Fourth,
is Honor Week at St. Mary’s.
Blotters with the Honor Code
printed on them were given to all
students after Chapel on Wednes
day. Thursday morning the as
sembly jirogram was devoted to
several short speeches from the
Honor Council members of each
class. Since this code plays such
an imjiortant part in our life at
St. Maiy’s, it is only right that
wo take this opportunity to em
phasize the fact to St. Maiy’s stu
dents.
The handbook states: “The Stu
dent Covernment Association at
St. Mary’s is based on the honor
code. The stress on lionesty is vital
to the functioning of our self-
governed college. . .” The honor
system as a form of self-govern
ment is an important sign of our
democracy. The student body vot
ed ui)on this system and has stood
by it over the years. The honor
system develops not only the in
tegrity of the school as a whole but
also the jiersonal integrity of each
member of that school by instilling
in all students the never-changing
ideals of honesty and tmthfulness
and providing a code of conduct
that will apply throughout life.
The honor code taken by each
.student upon entering St. Alary’s
is as follows: “With a clear under
standing of all that the Honor
Code implies, I pledge that I will
uphold the highest standard of
personal integrity in every phase
of life at St. Mary’s, and I recog
nize and accept my responsibility
for helping others to live up to
that standard.
As a member of the Student
Government Association, I pledge
my loyal co-operation in fulfilling
the responsibilities of student gov
ernment at St. Mary’s”.
Slump Queens: llobiii Pleasants, IJetsy Holland, Vleki Coxe.
Seniors Plan
Banquet
The Senior Class is making
plans for its annual banquet to be
held on December 7 this year. The
I’ousing event will be held in the
Confederate Room of Ballentine’s
Restaurant where a Smorgasbord
will be served and entertainment
will tie given.
Planning the details of this
year’s banquet are committees
headed by the following girls:
Becky Elmore and Betsy Dunn,
food; Archer Lee Hannay and
Becky Petrea, Placing; Trudy
.lohnson and Susanne Bowles, En
tertainment ; Dcde Keyes and Bet
sy Lynn, Invitations; .Ioanna Day-
vault and Lucy Ford, Decoration;
and Carlton Savage, Transporta
tion.
    

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