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960 May 6, I960
BELLES OF ST. MARY’S
— „„ , found it yet, but it
h”''"' ^^®y'^®sville Township.
‘j’jJ^j*^®rtainly not a Randolph orig-
the corners of her mouth.
Ark^ ^*'ni‘l: Rook I’m a seal, Ark!
Having to be the aggrt-.s-
ET'at; Depends on the frat
th the cheapest pin rental per
'q*1***“"- To be the Ipana Poster
**pia: The .Jungle.
JO anna avatkins
Oxford. N. C.
'*hts Seen: Playing solitaire.
l\>t' *>^ In a sexy
An!^‘“' K“l>l>a Sig
o: Being waked up at 7:32
'I'itioii: To replace the A with a
VtI*I'^ ' taking A’s.
•*’a: Life 3 years from now.
^own: Dancin’ out of Goldsboro.
AIR: Pavilion Queen.
^^"ay.s Seen: With the hoodlums!
Iway.s Heard: “Blap, don’t hit me
n more, ossifer!”
'*t Peeve: M. N. B.
avorit I>at: It’s been so long. . . .
Ambition: To date.
**l>by: International Tennis Matches
^ at State.
Afopia: The water tower.
Town: Norfolk. Virginia,
air: A million dollar oil well.
"ays Seen: On the go, go, go.
"ays Heard: Talking in her sleep.
1,'^*^ ^Teve: Dirty bathtubs.
^avorite Erat: KA.
'"bition: Learn how to spel.
Hobby: Eating p
Hair: Hottintot style.
Eyes: Veiled in purple shadows.
.Always Seen: Shuffling down the
hall to the telephone.
Always Heard: “What?! Tele
Pet Peeve: Red-headed screwballs
who won’t get up in the a.m.
Favorite P>at: SAE, etc.
.Ambition: To get peace of mind sur
rounded by a dozen brats.
Hobby: Poison-pen letters.
Utopia: Cow pasture.
Hair: 15% Lady Clairol plus S5%
Eyes: Oh! so natural.
.Always Seen: In the Hut.
.Always Heard: “I mean— really, —
would you believe it?’’
Pet Peeve: AVork!
P’aA’orite I’rat: Sigma Chi.
.Ambition: Mrs. degree.
Hobby: Playing with woodchucks.
Utopia: Rebel’s roost.
Hair: “Silky Straight.”
.Always Seen: Reading love comics.
.Alwa.vs Heard: Shuffling cards.
Pet Peeve: Electric razors.
I’avorite P'rat: AVhich week?
Ambition: To type 400 words per
Hobby: Drinking cokes.
Utopia: Define it for me.
'J'own: Lexington, Ky.
Eyes: Almost out.
.Alway.s Seen: Reading.
Always Heard: “use black ink!”
PeeA'e: Students who Aviite
I'aA'orite Frat: .All of them.
.Ambition: To tame wild itonies.
Hobby: What’s that?
.\t last the big week-end, tvhicli
had been anticipated by so many
St. Mary’s girls, arrived and a lim
ousine full of girls reached the air
port. They boarded the plane for
Davidson where the gentlemen en
tertained their dates for Spring
Leaving in a rush of excite
ment were Ann Benson, Susan Keel,
Sharon Cates, Hannah Wright,
Cleve Fletcher, Forrest AVilliamson,
Margaret Ann Foote, Renne’ Ded-
man, Barbara .Johnson, Blanche
Bonner, and Rebecca Hines. The
girls tvere entertained during the
weekend by a group of famous
celebrities including .Josh White,
I'vai JVinding and AVoody Herman,
along fvith many of the local com
Another exciting social event that
concerned our gals was the Deke
houseparty at Morehead. Betty
Copeland, after having jiacked
three weeks ago, joined Sophia
The Little Store for ’60 and ’61
is now getting underway. Taking
over Mary Neal Bolch’s position as
chairman is Trudie .Johnson. Help
ing Trudie in the St. Mary’s Goodie
shop are Betsy Holland, Elouise
Horner, Becky Elmore, Brandy
Mclxinley, Sue Bergamini, Anne
Tyler, Sally Hai’iier, .\nne Battle,
and .Janet Dawson. The girls are
looking forward to a jjrosperous
year. The Little Store will be oi)en-
ed three times a day in order to
provide delicious snacks for all the
Miss Cate Organizes
On Saturday, hJay 28, at 8:30
o’clock the St. IMary’s Glee Club
Amcal Ensemble and various solo
ists will ])resent the Commence
ment Concert, under the direction
of IMiss Geraldine Cate and accom
panied by AJrs. .\nnettee Ivahn.
The selections are “The Lord Is
Aly Shei)herd” by Schubert, hlo-
zart’s “Adoramus Te,” “liegina
Coeli” by .\ichinger. The Glee
Club will also present to choruses
from “L’Allegro” by Handel. Selec
tions by the A'ocal Ensemble are
two English madrigals. “Noce
Hongroise” by Chaminade, “0 Can
Ye Sew Cushions?” “Moon-Mar
keting” l)y Britten and Raul AA’eav-
er, resi)t’ctively, will be sung by the
Glee Club. Two of the more fa
miliar selections to be iiresented
are “Two Songs from the AA’est
Side Story” by I^eonard Bernstein
“AAYnderful Guy” by Rogers and
Hamerstein. A])i)roximately climax
ing the concert will be “Ending
Prayer for St. Mary's” and “Dedi
cation” by Russell Broughton.
Pike and Carter i\Ic.\lister on this
.Llso combing the beach a little
further south were the Kap])a Sigs
from State and their dates: Trudie
.Johnson, Betsy Eagles, IMargaret
Atkinson, Susan Purdie, Lynn Ro
berson, Melchor Lowe, AAhnston
Conner, Ellen AA'alker, Cydne
AA right, I^inda .Jacobs and IMary
Happy Hamden-Sydney fans,
Marty Dillon and Ann Osterman,
also left Friday for the week-end
festivities in Ahrginia.
Last week-end seemed to bring
a group of events that included
many of the St. Mary’s girls. Betty
Lou AAhlliams’ cottage was filled to
the roof with St. Mary’s gals, and
the Zetes threw another big flints
I.F.C. held its spring dance last
week-end and Joe College is also
scheduled at Duke.
St. IMary’s social events are going
to be huge
On the fifth and tenth of the month
The Juniors are asked to please
To events in the hut to which you
don’t have to pay.
The fling on the fifth is for the
But on the tenth the Seniors are the
J he Cold-Cuts will sing some songs
with a groan
The new members for new songs are
now on a guest.
So come all who is invited— it’ll
be a sju-ee
But the thing that’s l)est is—its go
ing to be free!
A peach for spring. . . .Although
the mental capacity of St. IMarv’s
has definitely diminished.
A huge ju-une for the })igs in Bio.
I^ab. They have got to go.
A green watermelon for every
body who smiles before breakfak.
A plumb to Dewey for being the
most co-ordinated member of Alav
A grapefruit for Stutts for bein^
the best fire cajitain yet!
A red rosy apple for evervbody
working on May Day. AVe know it
will be a huge success.
A China berry for Carter for her
terrific dis]ilay of talent in the Jun
I.emons to work.