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November 18, 1960
BELLES OF ST. MARY’S
ANXE CAMEROJf BOWSIAX
lown: Wadesboro, N. C.
;Hair: natural blonde
^yes: Questionable and crossed
Always Seen: In a hurry
Always Heard: in the music building
6t Peeve: short boys
favorite Frat.: All of them
Wobby: collecting coke b ottles and
. selling them
*own: Mt. Kisco, N. Y.
air: Chopped broom straw
yes: Under the Egyptian eyebrows
iways Seen: Moving from Penick to
Holt Sun. morning with a sweet
. I'oll in her mouth,
iways Heard: Always! !!
et Peeve: Henry poking me at 7:25
A Prat.: I go for married men
bbition: To dance like Fagan Jones
yObby: Fertilizing the eyebrow’s
fcpia: anywhere that’s somewhere
ays Seen: Trying to study
Pp^ays Heard: I don’t understand
t Peeve: Roommate who likes very
favorite Frat.: _____
aihition: to stand up on that flying
JIARY RICHARD CHAMBERS
Town: The largest in the state
Hair: Thinning dangerously
Always Seen: Between the sheets
Pet Peeve: Hairs in the sink
Favorite Frat.: Progressed to law
Hobby: Junior English
Utopia: Glen Lennox
Town: Raleigh, N. C.
Hair: What’s a brush for.'
Alw’avs Seen: Watching .
Always Heard: Guess what I m doing
Pet Peeve: Studying
Favorite Frat.: Kappa Psi
Ambition: Get rich
Utopia: Cosmetic shop
yiARY AXXE CARTER
Town: Piiiehurst, N. C.
Hair: Presentable (on week-ends)
Eves: Two of them.
Always Seen: Selling Stamps
Alwavs Heard: Oh, bash.
Pet Peeve: Graciqus (?) waitresses
Favorite Frat.: Phi Kappa Tau —
It there more than one.
Ambition: Mrs. E. L C , Jr.
Hobby: Talking about July
TTtnnia : Alexandria, Va.
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The’social life at St. Mary’s will
never by-pass the alert eyes of the
nosey watchbird who checks up on
his girls and their exciting \veek-
In spite of the fact that the ghost
and goblins were roaming the world
the week-end before Halloween, the
girls at St. Mary’s left campus for
fun without any fear of the weird
After the results of the I.F.C.
week-end at N. C. State College,
it is doubtful whether St. Mary’s
prefers Carolina men to the men
at “Cow College.” The watchbird
visited the KA House and saw
Becky Petrea, Carlyle Northington,
Betsy Crutchfield, Pam Volivar,
Mary Lee Hinson, Vicki Chubb,
IMary Lou Liipfert, and Margaret
Atkinson. Even though many of the
boys secured dates with “imports”
for big week-ends, Brenda Murph,
Carter McAlister, Edith Keller-
mann, Molly Cooper, Carolyn Pow
ell, Julie Martin, Rowena Brinser,
and Kee Whelles were just a few
of the St. Mary’s girls who also en
joyed the festivities.
St. Mary’s did not leave Caro
lina deserted, though. Sally Wright,
June Boddie, and Winston Conner
were dating Sigma Chi’s. The Kap
pa Sig’s were seen dating Muff Na-
bers, Diane Blanton, Amelia Yan
cey, Lover Dawson, Ann Benson,
and Becky Elmore. Susan Goode,
Dade Wall, Francis McLanahan,
and Maiy Richard Chambers also
reported a wonderful time at the
The watchbird observed Home
coming at Duke because many St.
Mary’s girls were there. Anne
Moore, Lucy Shand, G. G. Saund
ers, Kookie Arthur, Gwen Houch,
Lynn Boyce, Shelia Hannah, and
Jane Moore returned to the campus
with memories of a fabulous week
Still in the eastern part of North.
Carolina, Watchbird went to Tar-
boro for Rena Clark’s wedding. B.
Pitt, Mary Anne Carter, Beth
Bellamy, Carter AIcAlister, and
Hannah Wright attended and re-
l>orted a great time.
Among the girls who left Raleigh
on Octot)er 28 for the State of Vir
ginia were Sally Harper, Martha
Pat Bell, Betsy Lynn, and Suzanne
Bowles. All attended the j)artics
connected with Homecoming at
Hampton-Sydney. Brandy, Erwin
Parrott, Vicki Coxe, and Edith Al
ston went to Washington and Lee.
Also Betsy Eagles went to U. V. A.
Obviously these girls returned to
school exliausted from the fun.
The watchbird had to travel a
great distance to check up on Betty
Jones and Sarah Broadhurst. Betty
went home to Atlanta to make her
debut. Sarah journeyed to the
UNC-Tenn. game in Tennessee.
There is no need to state that these
girls enjoyed themselves.
Even though the majority of the
social life on the Week-end of No
vember 4 and 5 consisted of visits
to hometowns to see the parents
and dates to the “flick”, the watch
bird observed many happy faces
and fullfilled moments for all those
who were not campused.
Winston-Salem (home of Wake
Forest College) was the target for
Becky Elmore, Barbara Brittain, G.
G. Saunders, Sally Harper, Betty
Lynch, Linda Parker, Barbara
Watson, Shirley Krigeal, Betsy
Crutchfield, Alaiy Lou Liipfert,
Lou Whitaker, and Ellen Bair.
Chapel Hill was the scene of a
“Hood” party at the SAE House.
Betsy Eagles, Betty Jones, and
Margaret Midgette were present
and enjoying themselves in cos
tumes. At the Phi Gamm House
the watchbird saw Mary Christo
pher, Marty Watkins and Lockhart
The watchbird was kept very
busy traveling from Sewanee home
coming where he saw Jane Brookes
to New York where Lynn Boyce
was jiarticijiating in tlie National
Horse Show and then to Princeton,
where Robin Pleasants was having
a wonderful time.
Malinda Swineford and Koko
Ottley were very excited over their
visit to VPI. Also in Virginia was
Patricia Solem, who was visiting
Halloween Brings Trieks and Treats
October 31, 1960, was a very ex
citing night for the St. Alary’s girls
who celebrated Halloween. Rarin’
to go as usual, they could have
made the four-minute mile in two
seconds as they sprinted down
Hillsboro Street to the KA and
PiKA Houses. Biceps were bulging
as the following Junior Olympic
Queens tricked and treated: Holly,
Betty Lynch, Anna Cay, Brittain,
Mary Moore and Alarshall, Carter,
Bowles, Becky Elmore, and Mary
Ann Carter. All of these girls made
the scene at the KA House, the
PiKA House, and the Farm House.
However, the only treat was bubble
gum. The tricks were rough han
dling and ice water thrown upon
There was also plenty of action
on the halls as Margaret Atkinson
will tell you. Third Smedes dress
ed up in costumes and went trick
or treating. Dr. Guerry’s house and
Penick were among the places visit
ed. Moreover, there were many
counselors who gave their halls
wonderful parties. Ask Second Pen
ick if you don’t believe this. The
“little man” tricked and treated
around the various halls that night