North Carolina Newspapers

    Belles
OF ST. MARY’S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
April 14, 1967
u in Assembly, the nom-
J'ons for marshals for 1967-1968
^ announced. The nominations
^ne committee were: Misses
Lk Eleanor Fisher, Lynn
gnum, Debra Grove, Hutton
> Amncy Matthews, Becky Rob-
''a, Gayle Sellers, Martha M.
aghan, Cathy Wain, Mary Clark
ri and Cary Hancock.
^ gtrls nominated from the floor
]\,^c-
_ inui 1 TT7 1 •
for -a Magha M Wushao
967 read the duties of the Chief from Edenton, C. nevv ma
*al and the other marshals. shals will begin their duties o
ae Chief Marshal must assume
*■ aties not specifically assigned
ae rnarshals; must see that the
^ of the marshals are carried
trom E-uemua*, a,. - - -
shals will begin their duties on May
21, Communion Sunday.
illtlLOilCllJ til
^ad must drop a handkerchief
aark the final dismissal of students
|a close of the academic year.
^ other five marshals must act
!!^^^fJo^he chaix'l services and
Celebrates
Axiftiversary
^itb. CaJitata
a Thursday, April 6, the Glee
a and Choir presented the Cen-
Cantata as a part of the
rvance of the 125th anniversary
hiunding of St. Mary’s.
, Cantata was composed by
1 Broughton in 1942. Mr.
'ghton Was the head of the musiC
‘•■“nent at St. Mary’s for 25
•'Oral alumnae joined the Glee
^^^ad Choir for the presentation
**■ Eaintata. These alumnae w'erc
u Anderson, ’57, Jeanne
\ 65, Donna Banks, ’66, Meg
''a, ’66, and Julie Dunn, ’66.
- Ore the Cantata the St. Mary s
anae Association had a tea hon-
’ Hculty memlrcrs and Wake
a'y Alumnae. Those who were
Drama Department
Presents Play By
Tennessee Williams
“The Unsatisfied Supper” by
Tennessee Williams was presented
Thursday, April 13, in assembly.
Marv Burhoe was the student di
rector under Mrs. Stamey s super-
'’^■Those who participated in the
twentv-minute play were Jan \\ ei-
lons, 'Susan Hutaff and Elizabeth
Freeman.
in the receiving line u^re Mrs.
Robert Holding, Dn and Mrs Storic,
Rev. and Mrs. Ro^rt Baird M^s
Edith Richardson, Dr. Mabel Mo,
risen, Margaret Stevens and Lucile
^^Mso receiving guests were Mr.
Robert Connelly, Miss Mary Elling
ton Miss Mary Ruth Haig, Miss
ITu Jones, hirs. Frederick Fish Mr.
Robert Stoops, Mrs. E. J. Stamev,
and Miss Ruth Lineberry.
Mrs Harlan Brown welcomed
aulmn* .o an exhibit of &n.~
scrapbooks in ibo Sarah Kenan
Library.
SGA ELECTIONS
COME TO END
NEW OFFICERS ARE INDUCTED
IN CHAPEL CEREMONY
Matthews, Debra Grove, Kleanor Fisher, >Iary Clark IVhittle, Susan
Davis, and Martha Vaiifthan.
Mary clark whittle heads
MARSHALS FOR 1967-68
Q*' April 6
for other formal occasions, and check
attendance at the weekly assembly
programs.
Monday, April 10, the marshals
for the year 1967-1968 were an
nounced. The Chief Marshal is Miss
Mary Clark Whittle from Martins-
The other marshals are Misses
Susan Davis from High Point, N. C,
Eleanor Fisher from Salisbury, IN.
Margaret Stevens
Gives final
Speech to Students
The new Student Government of
ficers for 1967-68 were inducted in a
ceremony held in the chapel April 14.
“Come Labor On” was sung by the
student body as the processional.
The officers for 1966-67 were seated
in the front of the chapel facing the
students. At this time Margaret
Stevens, the outgoing president,
spoke for the last time.
The new officers then walked in
dividually from the back of the
chapel and exchanged places w'ith
the old officers. Mary Holden Har
rell, president of the SGA for 1967-
68 delivered her first speech to the
students.
The school hymn was sung for the
recessional.
As of April 14, the Student Gov
ernment Association is headed by the
new and old officers.
OUT, ABOUT AND
AROUND SMJC
April 14-16—Germans at UNC
April 15—Righteous Brothers at Dorton
Arena
April 15—Stoneyhrook Steeple Chase in
Southern Pines, N. C.
April 22—The Temptations in Duke In
door Stadium
Junior Class Car Wash on Back
Campus
April 27—Belles Song Contest
April 29—Jubilee Weekend at UNC
Joe College Weekend at Duke
Greek Weekend at Wake Forest
IFC at State
Ann Pollard Is
New Secretary of
Hall Council
Ann Pollard, a new junior from
Fayetteville, N. C., was recently
elected Secretary of Hall Council
for the 1967-68 school year.
This year Ann is in the Grand
daughters’ Club, the Y. W. C. A.,
and she is an acolyte. She is also a
Hall Representative from Second
Cruikshank, and she served on the
Nominating Committee.
As Secretary of Hall Council, Ann
will be a member of the Hall Coun
cil, the Disciplinary Committee, and
the Minor Offense Committee. She
will inform students of their penal
ties by means of written notification.
After each committee meeting, she
will make a written report of the
penalties and submit it to the Dearj
of Students.
At the end of the academic year,
she will prepare an annual report of
the work of the Ffall Council and
submit one copy to the President of
the College and file the other copy
with Student Government records.
Freshman To Attend
Governor’s School
Miss Joan Sandlin, a freshman
from Lumberton, N. C., has recently
been asked to attend tbe Governor’s
School in Winston-Salem, N. C. this
summer. This program honors high
school students who are gifted in a
special field of study. Joan plans to
study social studies.
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Ann I'ollnia, Secretary of Hall Council.
    

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