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16 December 1936
*1116 nineteenth’s drawing near,
Bringing with it Christmas cheer
And the things that are to he
An_i the people whom we shall see#
• • • ■ So don’t regret an F,
And to every S le deaf
That we cheerlUlly may go
To the towns that love us sol
All the whispering among the girls and Miss Davis’ secretive scurrying aroung reminds
us that the Seniors are to give the beautiful and impressive Shristmas Pageant on
Friday night, December 18« All the girls■involved are working hard, even to the
point of converting ordinary dish rags into gleaming coats of amcr, and of course
•we are expecting the usual effective results# For those who have never seen it es
pecially, the. ,Pageant will prove to be me^|3rable. But of ,oc vtrse that is not the only
high light of the evening, vh ich will be topped off by the Christmas party in the
Aud-toriun* If you think Silly Symphonies are screams, you had better not attend the
Wiristmas party. You'li crack a couple of ribs ai^ startle your ancestors for sever
al gonarations-back with your chortles and shouts#
TOxy was Miss Harris so tenderly handling a horrible looking replica of a Chinese
lion? Could it bo that it resembled any familiar cargjus perscnality? .
Have you over soon a mermaid dressed in a dripping gray jorsoy bathing suit? Well,,
positively, thoro were swaixiis of then at the Signa-Mu Swiming Meet Saturday night.
Offering them close competition was Mr# Tucker, ■^oso chaims were considerably enhanced
by an all white costume with white accosscr jes# But startlingly meimaidish were
Marthci Watts, who swan under water for 50 yards; June Brogan, who plunged .49 feet;
and our divers, Kitty Estes, Mena Flening, and Martha Watts again. The Mu’s won by
63 to 56, but both teams aro to bo cemnended on their fine spirit and splendid train
-If it’s going to bo so very cold at 5 A# M. Saturday morning.
-Whero Mary Davis got to during .the dance# She had us worried there for a while#
-How much truth there is inwall these reports we hear from out peace way., ■
Sounds maty badi
-Why, the radio cones forth with the oldest.'favorites just when we’re feeling
our very lowest#
-When L. G» plans to write another letter in Hnglish Class*
-Whero that silver lining we've heard so much about has get to.
Dr. J. C. Lyons, of the University of North Carolina, paid a visit to St,’Marv's last
week and talked to many of the girls who are interested in going abjroad this su^merf
Poar S^mta §t.aus-.
hnaT.t s • ^ STAGECOACH Staff asks yoi please to give Mr. Moore everything th-t his
MayAndrmeda cdd his other girl frlendrkr^h
faithful—just as faithful as we aro going to be in irlend remain
c.x« fev-xug 1,0 ce, in iovdug memoiy of his radio,
r.:aga2lnos, and his hot degs. Yours faithfully
. . . the grapevine
Overheard form Lib Young: •
Lib; 'lir, Moore?
Lib: It says in the LIIAD, "Sing Goddess the wrath of Achilles'*--who was Sing the
Goddess of? ig o
No answerl • ■ ' ' . t
Lib, reading RICHARD III, oomeb to stage diractiens, "Enter Richard in orn-n n t^v
wants to know whoso amis, if that's inportantl bichard in arr..s." Lib
Lib:"Ch me, it's boon drought'ing so longl I wish it would stop? it has. Lib, and how
At Needham Broughton High School Sunday aftemoon the Raleigh Glee rinh a ^
Ct.rols oi many nations. Needless to say, everyone enjoyed it imrensoly.
Bryant (History M class, discussion of Edward Till): "ifr. Gunno
the latest issue of THE LADIES HMv.'E JCliRNAI.?" There is no rocoi-d ofLlr'