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SA.INT MARY’S SCHOOL
Raleigh, North Carolina
22 October 1936.
The GRAPEVINE represents the first attempts of the. 'Belles’ to get out a news-
sheet of sorts entirely for their jnfomation, pleasure, or whatever you want to
call it. The STAGECOACH and BU1.LETH'J staffs will do their feeble best to assus
something amusing and entertaining, or possibly even instructive, every wo wee s.
Obviously this will be difficult to do mile.es the student body will cooperate y
handing to members of the staff items of interest, Ti.Tietner they be .jer.i.ou3 o..
humorous; that’s the general idea. lust tell us what you think is news of any
sort (students and faculty), and leave the rest to us. We will dreeS it up o h
'^^^^^Just^to^make it easier for you to get your news to us, we’ll list the members
of the staff: Ann Whaling, Olive Cruikshank, Clarice Bailey, Virginia Bovrer,
Lucille Aycock, Mary Jane Yeatman, Alexa McColl, Ann iVlxeat. To be
in a receptive mood now for items to fill our next issue.^ Are you wi us.
Incidentally, you might toll us what you think of this issue. »e can a e
And any suggestions you want to offer, too.
Have you heard about the outdoors "reading room?" It’s great. Mrs. Nash as
arranged to have benches (tables will soon follow) placed under a tree just outside
her office so students may do their library reading outaoors so long as weather
permits. When it gets cooler, the benches and tables v/ill be move in o e sun
shine so we may read in comfort. And if you don't think.it’3 fun, jus ry i , o
talking, no confusion. Just peace and quiet. Reading and taking notes under
these conditions isn’t half bad. We’ll see you there.
Miss Lalor: "Peggy, what is an enzyme?" ^
Peggy H. : "An enzyme is a disease of the face.
For the first time in Saint Mary’s history the members of the Y, P. S. L.
Council hit on an/ original way to entertain the League. After dinner Tuesday
night everybody trooped out to the back campus, where the meeting was hold around a
big bonfire. We hereby present a compass to the girl who rushed out at th^ adJvmo
ment to light the fire; eha mistook the dumpheap for the bonfire, and ligh.^
Finally, v/ith everyone seated around the right fire, the different classes pret,^ d
skits and "takeoffs" to the loud and obvious emjoyment of the bonfire circle, who
had no trouble at identifying the persons taken off. At last the moment arrived.
Food mysteriously appeared from the dark into which I/lr. Moore s ghost had just dis
appeared, and miraculously the night was filled with song while the foo was
sumed in record time. Here are hearty thanks for a good time, an a v/ ispere sug
gestion that more parties like this one should be given.
Vife are glad to hear Betty Gaither is getting better fast. Hope she will be
Last Wednesday afternoon tho Sigma Lambda and E. A, P, Literary Societies gave
a tea in the narlor for its 13 now members, v/ho were v/elcomed in tho name of the two
societies by Peggy Mathewson, President of the E. A. P.’s. Eleanor Jac "son, rasi
dent of the Sigma Lambda’s, directed the iniation ceremonies, following which, ice
cream, cake, and salted almonds were served. You know, these literati have to be
coddled, fed, and then inspired before they can produce their gems, and we are all
, y JT —
of a dither waiting for one to emerge.
Miss Lee left Sunday for New Jersey, where she will remain until Christmas,
shall certainly miss her.
Mr. Moore’s V/ednosday morning classes had a close look at an apparition, but
they weren’t as surprised as he was. If he reacted even more quickly when he saw
the original one, she must have had a good time. Of course, you knov. apparitions
are funny things and move wherever they wish to, but it is curious tha^ this same
appavition appeared the night before in another room on the other side of the campus,
■^id did it have fun? il/hat do you think, dearie?
Who has "Huskie" got a date with in the parlor on the night of November 14th?
Arid why can't Helen Noell go home that same weekend? Well, don’t shout so; vre vrere
Things wo would miss:
Our parallel reading
Sleeping through breakfast
Going home every weekend
Having dates every night
Having crip courses
Unlimited light cuts
Gym classes in the morning