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Sf'OL. XXX, NO, 10
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the Clarolyn Bertie
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n‘ Hall Council
Cle
mg, Bertie from Winston-
j^j.>alcm is the chairman of Hall Coun-
lud.>l for 1967-68.
\^^hile she was in high school,
^yoiuarolyn was a cheerleader, a member
the student council, and House
[Idt^ ^^Presentatives. She was voted
lijt, °st Enthusiastic her senior year. At
^tary’s Carolyn is in the Glee
,ftej^tisemble, and choir. She is a
‘ f^tipresentative.
election was held Friday,
March 3. Anne Pollard, Jill Bum-
^ji^arner and Rose Ann Thompson
^ *vere also running.
, As Chairman of the Hall Council,
liCarolyn will call and preside over
' tneetings of the Hall Council and
ein the Legislative Body. One
Jf her largest jobs is to appoint coun-
tselors for the next year from the mem-
li ‘’1 the incoming senior class,
ill!
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CIRCLE ADDS
, THREE
q llte Circle inducted three new
on Sunday night, March
Phis organization is designed to
.irecognize outstanding students in the
^.college department.
° a Circle member is the high-
honor a eirl can receive while at
St. Mary's.
The new members are Betsv Little,
J' Gmder Marshall and Stacy Watkins.
t r L ^ Circle now has a membership
thirteen girls.
Belles
OF ST. MARY’S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
ELECTIONS CONTINUE
.Miss Mary Holden Harrell, President for l!)C7-’(>8.
molly RICHARDSON IS ELECTED
AS SECRETARY-TREASURER
Secretary of Hall Council to be Announced Tonight
Molly Richardson has been elected
as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Stu
dent Government Association for
1967-68. On March 17 she ran
against Lvnn Fulghum, who was
nominated from the committee and
Betty Ferguson, Rose Ann Thomp
son and Gherry Warren, who were
nominated from the floor.
As Secretary-Treasurer of the
SGA, Molly will serve as Secretary
of the Honor Board. She will act as
secretary and treasurer of the Asso
ciation by keeping accurate financial
records and recording the proceed
ings of all meetings. At the end of
the college year she makes an an
nual report to be filed on the records
of the annual events.
While at St. Mary's, Molly was
president of the Freshman Glass and
The Beacon, Editor of THE
BELLES, and a crucifer.
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March 22, 1967
Vice-Presideucy
Filled l»y Juliet SmitL
Juliet Smith has been elected vice-
president of the Student Govern
ment association for 1967-68.
There was a run-off between
Juliet and Lynn Fulghum. Others
nominated were Betty Ferguson,
Jane Marzoni, and Ann Pollard.
Juliet, an old girl, is from Kinston.
This year she has served on the
Honor Board, as a Junior Glass rep
resentative. She was also class editor
of the Stagecoach and vice-president
of the Granddaughters’ Glub.
As Vice-president of the SGA, she
will serve on the Honor Board, Leg
islative Body, Hall Gouncil, and
Disciplinary Gommittee. She must
also act as student chairman for
Orientation Week and must draw
up the handbook test.
Elicits of the Future
State: “Funny Thing Happened on
the Way to the Forum"
Colony: "Thunder Alley"
Village: “Romeo and ]idiet"
Ambassador: “Doctor Zhivago”
Varsity: “The Wrong Box"
Glee Club Will
Present Cantata
Written for St. Mary's in 1941 by
Mr. Russell Broughton, a former
faculty member, the Centennial
Cantata will be presented in the St.
Mary’s chapel on April 6.
The performances will be at 4:30
and 8:00. Friends and students are
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