w 26, Belles OF ST. MARY’S ^OL. XXXI, NO. 1 RALEIGF, NORTH CAROLINA OCTOBER 6, 1967 ^^ientations Be^ijtis School Year Joliet Smith Heads Committee I ^yeek of September 11-17 Oi’ieiitatiou Week at St. J.^rys. Monday marked the be- of the week when the ^yeshmeii and Juniors arrived. *iiss Richardson and the Student overinneiit officers greeted the |iew students for the first time Jliat night. The day students also et tor the first time since school 1« rear, uesday, the Sophomores ar- od and along with the Fresh- I on they matriculated, took tests, and bought oohs. That night everyone was .^'"e corned at the “sing” in the nuditorium directed by the senior Wednesday morning, 0 Sophomores, Freshmen, and unioi-j^ assembled in the gym to take the SAT. Later in the afternoon the Sen iors arrived. An important as- ^enibiy on the Faculty Advisory ystein and Cut System was held, ult ®\ci'yone had met her fac- jr ^^^'’isor, the Sophomores and reshnien met in the hnt to have a ^eir picnic. Then the students rea back to their halls to get R walk to the movies. I • ^ Thursday everyone had ma- fip ami Chapel met for the •yy that morning. Dr. Stone gav at the service and one^ ^ ,^''arm welcome to every- start 1 high school students witv,^!! and got acquainted «ieir teachers. for iiiglit tlie Seniors met ’cir class picnic. The talei (Continued on Page 3) nt Mrs Jones, Mrs. Kesterson, Mrs. Noe, Miss Anderson Miss Duncan, Miss Parker, Mr. Lawrence, and Mr. Hulley. absent when tiie picture was made. Mrs. Sclineider, Mr. Matliicu was TEN JOIN ST. MART’S FACULTY Pirn'i' 'he President, Juliet .Smith '*'****' Hiji; on liaydoii Moiij.’ Holden Harrell, See- ,,”"‘''*''**^011, and Wend.v Sol>ei Ten new teachers have been added to the St. Mary’s faculty this year. , • • Mrs. Kevin Jones, who is in the Eimlish department, acquired both her A.H. and M.A. degrees at the University of Michigan. She formerly taught at the Uni versities of Michigan and Kansas. She enjoys the all-girl classes at St Marv’s because they are more business-like and the girls seem more relaxed. . , . Her outside interests include reading, sailing, and tennis^ Throu"h the encouragement of her four sons, she has acquired a taste for folk and popular music. Mrs David Kesterson, another new teacher in the English de partment, attended both Hendrix College where she earned hei BA, and the University of Ar kansas where she earned her MA. in English. She has taught students in college Jr College and high school, plus tuo adnlt education courses Mrs. Kesterson s interests in clude most out-of-doors activities. She particularly In the Spanish and French de partments, Mrs. Judith Schneider Reaches both Freshmen ami Sopho mores Slie attended Columbia idversity and Barnard College where she earned her B.A. degree. She is presently working on her Pli T) HI Romance Lan- ,mages at Duke TTniversity. ” Schneider likes both classi cal and rock n’ roll music. Two of her favorite groups are the Beatles and the Mama and Papas. Slip eniovs drama and pop ait. Another new teacher in the Spanish department is Miss Mar ion Anderson. She did her under- .rradiiate work at UNC and gradu ate work at iiliddleburg and in Mexico City. Before coming to St. Mary’s, she taught at St. An drew’s Presbyterian College. Her hobby is recording chil dren’s poetry. She does this for personal friends and relatives. Mr. A. R. Lawrence is the new addition to St. Mary’s Math De partment. He served in the Air Force for 23 years and then fin ished his undergraduate work at Michigan State where he received his Bachelor of Science. He later earned his M.A.T. degree at Duke. His favorite interest is antique automobiles. He said that St. Mary’s will see some strange looking ears this year. Miss Margaret Duncan is the new instructor in physical educa tion as well as adviser to the Sea Saints. She received her A.B. at Duke and M.E.D. at Woman’s College and UNC. At the Univer sity of Michigan, she did her graduate work towards the Ph.D. She previously taught at UNC-G, University of Michigan, and West- hampton College. (Continued on Page 4) FACULTY AND STUDENTS ATTEND TEA On Friday evening, September 15 the annual Faculty Tea was held in Smedes Parlor. Old girls and their little sisters passed through the receiving line, ex changing greetings with Dr. and Mrs. Stone, Miss Richardson, Bev erly Randolph, Sfiiior Class presi dent, Mary Holden Harrell, presi dent of SGA, and Reverend and Mrs. Baird. The gathering gave all the girls a chance to meet with old friends and new teachers before settling doTvn with their stacks of newly purchased books. The event proved to be the height of Orientation AVeek and rejuvenated the true St. Mary’s spirit. rc—vrszs p com- SENIORS ELECT OFFICERS FOR ’67-’68 The new officers for the Senior class were announced on Septem ber 27th after a rini-off election. These officers are: Arabella Nash of Tarboro, Vice President, whose duties include assisting President Beverly Randolph, who was elect ed last year; Laura AValter of Birmingham, Alabama, Secretar}-, who Avill post the page lists; Ga.vle Sellers of Annistan, Alabama, Treasurer, who is in charge of all the class funds; and Hutton Kent of Greensboro, Dance Marshall, who will be in charge of the Senior Banquet. It will be the responsibility of these officers to lead the Senior Class in the many projects they will undertake this year, and to the successful completion of the year in graduation on May 27, 1968. ffairs. 3oth in and in arolina, Mary’s fid Dr. ist dat- >ersunal job is raduate. j.” [ really but I ? teach- jhly en- of St. ins Play II ■ted for oduction at St. To be Father- produc- 's “The ful mu- ’inishing leir love 5 1920’s, isic and lead is portray- an Rose >s of the ubonnet. school, ’y Lena ters ia. Bryan: t Davis;, yfriend)] Gaylo Sellers, Laura Walter, “Peabody” Kaiidolph, Arabella Nash, and Hutton Kent.