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The Belles of Saint Mary’s
A PAT ON THE
back for the staff
Belles of Saint Mary's
April 20, 195^ '
Uot7jX^ZZVed^o"s%vl^^ you with an editorial each
has been ever faithful in stopping before a biology test to
tioiis those pieces of copy that eternal y come in '
ete .,e l„c) enl »f
awaiting her in the BhLLhb c py ^j^^t yon see in
to the other she usually manages P gggn, more
tive positions, and we feel that we are eg M. F. A.
FOR OUR BOOKS
tlie students and not to be “? f "SfNot Hmdle” (or stodents old
Town : Boone, North Carolina.
Pet hate: Insects.
xUways heard : “This would be most
xVlways seen : Going to lab.
Hobby: Teasing “Cheek.”
Favorite food: Shrimp.
Favorite song: La Mer.
Odd likes : A naive roommate.
Looking forward to : Northwestern.
Pet passion: Mountaineers.
Ambition: To read H.A.B.
Wild about: Latin Americans.
Offices: President of the Dramatic
Clnb, Hall Counselor, a member
of the Canterbury Club, a member
of the Bulletin staff, and a Mu. ^
Remarks : The girls at Saint Maiy s
never cease to enjoy Becky s witty,
lovable personality and her humor
ous tales of the mountaineers.
She has contributed much to the
school with her dramatic abilities
and much to the girls with her
Town: West Hartford, Connecticut.
Pet hate; Dirty floors. _
Always heard : “Gee, kids.
Always seen: At Grace and
Favorite food: Lobster. .
Favorite song: Love You by J-U
PerfumG * 3?riiice
Odd likes: A certain army man.
Looking forward to : Marriage.
Pet passion: Dancing.
Ambition : To get married.
Wild about: Connecticut.
Offices: Vice - counselor, ^ ’
chairman of the Nominating
mittee, chairman of the C!®®*
Committee for May Day, a ®
ber of the Dramatic Club, ana
member of Orchesis.
Remarks : A true friend and an n
est, reliable girl, Carolyn is \
worth knowing. A stranger m
South, she immediately won
hearts of everyone in school.
MAKE THIS LAST
, A XL J. J-lAw ^ _ .
tiously, then this vacation will indeed be well eained.
THE THINGS WE DID LAST
IVEEK END . . . we’ll remember
for weeks to come . . . and that goes
for. fnn in the future, too. . . •
Suzanne Harris came back h'om
VMI singing “Charlie My Boy . . •
Jane Nisbet went to_ Davidson and
returned to school with a marriage
license (??) . • • Skippy Nicholson
rocked at Rockingham for the Jun
ior-Senior week end ... If and when
Mary Aston Leavell comes down out
of tiie clouds we may learn some
thing about that wonderful trip
which she and Gillie Marhn took to
Virginia . . . Kitty Neal had a whir
at file Wake Forest Sigma Chi
Sweetheart Ball . . • The PiKA Ball
at Carolina will be the destination
of Mary Sutton this week end . . .
Frances Williams and Ann Ihvyer
enjoyed the DKE Centennial at the
“Hill” . ■ • Alice May is looking for
ward to a trip to VGlmington with
that certain someone next week end
“Ott," Bimbo Farshley, Al
White, Grace Gordon, and many
others are planning a super-duper
house party at Morehead for the
same week end ... A uff said
lack of material and the last
has just about been drawn . . •
is the final plea . . .
One does not lead a double 1'^^’
he is shoved around by it.—-B-
An example of what abseiit-iui®
An example oi wnai ausexi.. -
edness can lead to is the ske^ 6 ^
who started as a strip-tease artis •
OF SAINT MARY’S
Published every two weeks d'’'”(,(
school year by the student b
Saint Mary’s School.
Entered as second class luuP®^ .
cember 7, 1944, at Post Office, Ru
N C., under Act of March 3, ‘
. AO a -
In April, 1950, Franky xUlen took over editorship of Je BE^LLES fmii
the capable hands of the papers formei e i m, e , responsi-
that time Franky has more than proved her ability to accept this respo
^^?o'be editor of a paper requires a hard-working, ^ Altht?gh
person who rarely receives the recognition he or she
Franky has the BELLES staff to help her Lust
double her share of work to have it completed by a dead e. 7
approve all articles assigned and written If 7°^", he aLic effit the
Franky must see that it gets done. Franky must see that the ai icies m t
size of the paper and is responsible for the printing and distribution
^ Y^ranky has worked hard. She has been a top-notch editor and de-
serves thanks from both her staff and her su sen ers. ^
JUST WxVIT UNTIL YOU
IIExVR THIS ONE!! ... Just an
eye-catcher for added attraction, you
know . . . The KA’s seem to hold top
priority on Pat 'I'ankard, Bruce Nel
son, Kitty Melcher, and Susan Shep
ard .. . We wonder if Margaret
Dunn is still knitting on those socks ?
. . . Evelyn Menzies is “on the loose
again . . . Itsie Masterson and Anne
Pearson have set up housekeeping in
front of the post office. We wonder
why? . . . CoTtnen Gardiner has the
oh love bug . • • That State man
keeps the wires buzzing for Gwen
Grizzard . . . Jess Gant just lives
from one epistle from the Citadel to
the next . . .
A PARTING SHOT ... All that
we can say is “Please!” . . . The im
agination has ceased to function, as
may well be seen . . . This column
has been dying a slow death from
Eeios Editor nuNicni
Headline Editor. Mary Jane Mcl ^
Chief Copy Reader IjAVRaC-Aa p
Business Manager Evelyn OE
Circulation Manager Stella
O. A. 1. • ^
Nancy Bernbart, Claire Boone-
Crawford, Margaret Clieathain- A^rt'
Cross, Sally Dalton, Martha igs,
Chris Durham, Nell Eley, Linda ..
^ ,1 Hosier. I'le i-e
Chris Durham, Nell Eiey, muua -
Sally Hagood, Margo Hester, |
Sally Dagoou, maisu
Hood, Lou Keller, Ann McCulloch-^peO
May, Dorothy Morris, Kitty Neal,
May, ijorouiy iviuino,
Loy, Ann Nelson, Jane Nisbe^
LiOy, Aiiii iNei&uii, ~-r^ yi^^-
Nolan, Ann Patterson, Mary
Anna Redding, King Risley, ^ief>
Rowe, Shep Rustin, Sue Anne
Pat Stoiiham, Barbara Stott,
Sutton, Sabra Swink, Virginia
Al White, Nancee Winders, j,ey.
Law, Sue Harrison, Caroline
Julia Steed, Martha McGuirk,
J Ulia iaLtJcu., xtJ-M.ii.AAA*, j^Q
Rixey, Grace Woodson, Sandra
XVIACJ , VJ J. lAV. V-- !• '
Peggy Hooker, and Alice HicKS
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