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The grapevine. volume (None) 1936-1937, December 03, 1936, Image 2

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Yesterday was quite a day for all of us, especially the day students, for it was Visiting Day for their mothers, who were guests of the school from 10:30 till 1:00, when they had lunch in the dining room. But hetween those hours ushers trotted here and there over thee school escorting the mothers to various classes and other (?) places of interest. We hope our guests we^e pleased with all they saw and heard and will come to see us again soon. JUST IMAGINE: Sis Ward and Anne Dawson talking fast. Tootsie Martin with coal black tresses. I^r. Moore without Andromeda. Having nine months vacation and three months of school. Kay Kyser playing for the Senior dance. Olive Cruikshank act ing as serene as she looks, binding a latter in your box every day. puddin’ Lytle without her curls and with a hat on. Rice pudding without the raisins. Mr. Shaw without the mail. And just anything else you might want to. ?Fayne London not moving her face along with the typewriter! ? Last Tuesday a week ago was msmorable not only for the Thanksgiving holidays that started the next, day, but also for the concert that night at Needham Broughton High School auditorium. Mr* Snanuel Eeuermann, a wor^-d famous violin-cellist, played a most interesting and delightful group of well known and not so well known numbers. It was indeed a rare treat, and we learned, most of us for the first time, the little known qixalities of the violin cello. The next concert we are to hear is a piano duo. Wo might mention, too how glad we are that the auditoriiun this year is really a pleasant and inviting place to attend. What time does one have tea in Raleigh? Betty Wright should be an authority for other reasons than that she was just singing "Tea for Two" one day last week. Miss Lalor: How do you stand? Sis Ward: On your feet. The seniors are all of a twitter about the tea that is to be given in their honor by the Raleigh Saint MaryUs Alumnae at the Woman’s Club next Tuesday afternoon from fovir to six 0* clock. Frocks and frills and all the thrills and vhat a time we’ll have! What two "little ones" wore "in the red" vdien two of their masculine friends happen^difc' to pass by during a hockey gome? We’re looking forward to seeing the first of the expression plays r^xt week. Miss Davis is striking her stride now and is applying the pressure. We predict the usual perfect results. There is another treat in store for the music lovers of Saint Mary’s next Friday. Richard Crooks, the well known Metropolitan tenor, will be hoard in a concert at the Pago Auditorium in Durham. A special bus T.lll bo sent, and ve suggest that you go if you want one of the greatest thrills you’ve over had. See Mr. Tucker about it nowJ We hear dire predictions about the senior dance. Seems that Aome of cur fairest may not grace the occasion v/ith their presence, but we hope these are but idle rumors. Meanrdiile, the decorations have finally arrived and Janet LaT;rcnco is almost happy again. But there’s a lot to be done between now and that long anticipated Friday night. Let’s everybody lend a hand. . > Attention all cmatour kodakorsl As yet very few snapshots havo been turned in to Anno V/heat for the annual, and wo need them badly. Whip out that little picture box of yours and go about the place armed v^ith it so you may catch semebodj’’ off guard for one of those ’intimate’ poses. There arc all kinds of possibilities! IVh'-.t vre ',;ant to know is how much longer that dratted tennis ladder is going to stay in the covered ’.;ay Because those remaining in the tournament are floating around v;ith wry faces at the thoxight- of having to play in this bitter weather, the managers are wringing their collective hnnds in hopeless despair. Now remember this: the tournament WST BE FINISHED BY THE END OF THIS WEEK! Hic series of lectures for the Junior end Senior classes, particularly those students registered for the Reading Course, got under way this mornir.g at 8:10‘A. M. when Miss Weiso gives the first of throe lectures on the ^rnma. Those will be completed before the holidays by two or three lectures by Mr. Moore on the i^ic. All lectures will to given the same early hour 'ihu.rsday nerning cf every wecek frem new until the end of school, and will last until G:5D. Bo sure to bring your nctobooks and pens. "VALE

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