i’ '\ 12. "The Belles [01'- XXX, NO. 13 Graduation Plans Complete Thomas D. Clark To Speak At Commencement OF ST. MARY’S RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA ; Tliomas 1). Clark, "“'“'fi'ceinoiit SiK'aker commence- j) "'ill be Dr. Thomas of T^' " been chairman the n . ^‘‘Partment of History at Kentucky from of Di.l- ■ bolds the rank Hiiiv ^ ^Pl^^^isbed Professor in the «itv , the Univer- iDr^oV.^ Louisville, Mississippi, from n,?Tr-degree in iQoo^ y.oiversity of Mississippi '^■ersitv ’ i"r!- bis P? d^entueky in 1929, and in lO'm /.from Dnke University demi • special fields of aca- rvard%"'^'“*’®y ""'lude the We.st- ton- ''^Poosion in American Ilis- -—the klodern Sonth. ^ccalaureate Sermon The Reverend ]()gg'yi'^etinfj; the services for the Al-iv 00 '.^‘^ecalanreate, to be held "’ill >r° ^f- l^fory’s chapel, li,j„ y tbe Reverend James Stir- Trim+^V *b, presently Rector of StirP ' ^d'orch, Colnn'ibia, S.C. Dr. Prip.+i^' "d'e "’OS ordained to the de,l "'""d ill 1938, holds several Coti^^'^' ***' tV. H. from Hobart a Geneva, New York, 1934; lo./;, ‘i L, ^d'om the Virginia Theo- gia^y'ypii'inarv, Alexandria, Vir- gj.p '' bl37, and an honorary de- the V- ’b>efor of Divinity from "arv '!?biia Theological Semi- ’ " bich was conferred in 1965. ister served as a min- lle "lany different capacities. Lniv ^^''dent Chaplain at the conai^*'y^'' ‘*f Florida and Epis- derhiu^^"d^"'f Chaplain at Van- \Vl ■ •^iibnrn Universities. be hel'!^ collegiate ministry, d several jmsts, among them Dr. Clark has also served as guest lecturer and professor at the University of Vienna and Ox ford University. He was NATO Professor at the Universities of Athens and Thessalonica m Greece, and was a lecturer in the Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Aus tria. He has done special lecturing (Continued on Page 4) “Good Morning, Miss Dove” To Be Presented Tonight The St. Mary’s Theater will pre sent “Good Morning, Miss Dove as the Commencement play to night at eight-fifteen. The play is about the life of a well-loved school teacher and her pupils, past and present. Starring in the comedy by Miss Frances Patton are Sue Oiyens as Miss Dove and Susan Hutatt as Lucerna. Others in the cast inclmle Caroline Huggins, George Christ oph, Lynn White, Margaret Bur- crwyn, Evan Aretakis, Polly Cu- zart, Harriet Day, Barbara V ail, Lilibet Freeman, Harriet Collins, Mattie Simmons, and Jan V ellons. Facultv members in the play are Mr Robert Connelly, Mr. Don Roberts, Mr. Joel V einer, and Mr. Ken Nichols. c,„;rii Martha Morgan and Alice Smith will be the stage managers and ATarv Burhoe will head the light- iommittee. Joan Wickham a,u Noel Johnson will be m chaige o the costuming. Derm Lyaiiik wi head the make-up committee. To Be Delivered By James Stirling Provincial Student Secretary and member of the National College Conimission of the Episcopal ^ He also served as a Naval Chap lain in 1945 and 1946; later he s“,ved with Marines and/boa^d the USS Iowa as Junioi Chap- ^‘^IRu-n in Lochwinnoch, Scotland in 1913, Dr. Stirling spent most of his bovhood m Glasgow. In 19 he immigrated to America where he settled in Danbury, Conneeti- ^”lle attended Wooster School for Boys previous to his college ea- '°Dr Stirling married Dorothy Pritchett in 1939 and they ha^e five children-three voun-mr daughters, one of "hom L Miss Mary Stirling a tfraduat- ing senior here at S-UJk. Class Day Set For May 27 As part of the commencement program for the graduating soph omores and seniors. Class Day will be held tomorrow at 10:30 for the sophomores and at 4:00 for the seniors. The program for both ceremon ies will be the same; the Sopho more Class President, Margaret Highsmith and the Senior Class President, Lucile McKee will -wel come the guests. The Vice Presi dents, Kinsey Sabiston, senior, and Betsy Bittle, sophomore, will lead the guests in a prayer after which class secretaries will call the class roll for the last time. Each student will stand to be rec ognized as part of her respective class. The class history will be read, followed by the class prophecy — which is always a humorous look at what seems to be in store for several of the girls. After this the Last AVill and Testament will be read in which each girl leaves her most cherished possession to one of the iip-com- ing classmen whom she feels is best suited for such an honor. After the announcement of the superlatives for each class. Dr. Stone will make the presentation of the academic awards. Class Day exercises will come to an end with the singing of the “School Hymn” and a benediction by Mr. Baird. Class Day will leave many a cherished memory in the heart of each St. Mary’s girl and perhaps a tear on the cheeks of a few; while some will return to St. Mary’s, others will leave to seek greater ambitions. But there will always remain a filace at St. Mary’s for all who in 1966-1967 gave a part of them selves to the school thev love. r MAY 26, 1967 Traditional Step^Sin^in^ Will Be Sunday A.fternoon Step-singing will be held May 28th at 4:30. The ceremony will take the place of Sunday after noon Chapel. All classes gather in their re spective places on the steps of Smedes. After each class has sung a song they have composed, the Seniors move oft' the steps and on to the walk in front of Smedes. Then each class moves into the place of their respective rising classes. To close the ceremony, all the classes sing the “School Hvmn.” Beverly Randolph To Lead Seniors Next Year: Suzanne Crockett Is Honor Board Representative i\Iiss Beverly Randolph from Richmond, Va., was elected Presi dent of the rising Senior Class on May 9, 1967. The announcement was made by the out-going Senior Class President, Miss Lucile Mc Kee. Beverly, better known as “Pea body”, has been active in all phases of life at St. Mary’s this year. She has served as a Hall Representative and as leader of the “Hot Bods”. She has woi-ked with the YWCA, and next year she Avill be a counselor. Other nominees were Misses Susan Slover, Jill Bumgarner, Cherry Warren, and Jane Mar- zoni. Miss Suzanne Crockett was elected as Honor Board Represen tative for the ’67-’68 Senior Class. Suzanne, from High Point, is a member of the YRC. She is also an acolyte, a Leg islative Body representative, and will be a counselor next year. Others nominated were Misses Anne Brad y, Orleaii Drennen, Cheryl Lee, Sallie Mann, and Molly Urqnhart. n. ffairs. >oth in and in arolina, Mary’s ed Dr. st dat- j lersunal i job is . .fiduate. !•” ! really but I ) teach- fhly en- of St. .ns Play II ted for iduction at St. To be Father- produc- 's “The ful mu- inishing leir love J 1920’s, isic and lead is portray- en Rose ® of the "bonnet, school, y Lena in. ters Bryan; ' Davis i^riend)! Sr. Class Pres., Uevcrly Randolph and Suzanne Crockett, Honor Board Representative.