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That even+. v/, have all teen v/aiting for
ia about to -^aicc place. On Saturiay
night, Jnnu'.py 'Ic „ i1t^ Y. P. C. Council
under the , leadership of the Highway of
Comradeship, v.lil sponsor the annual'
Festival of .States,
Each state that is represented in the
school will t^kc part in the prograjn,
Tivo chairmen have been-appointed from
each state' and they arc planning skits
for their states, Pirctice began this
■viQok'. The northern states which have
only a few representatives in school
here are joining to put on one skit,
About nineteen other states, the Dis-;
tri ct of Columbia and Cuba v^ill be re-'
There will bo lots of fun for everyone
at i'uidcrson Chapel at 8 p.m.,'Jan, 22* .
♦ * Hi Hf *
A B0Y--an appetite vdth a skin pulled
over it,
A PHIEND—one vjho dislikes the same
pfople you dislike.
A GKAPEPPiUIT—a lemon that had a c banco
and took advantage of it, ■
COUHTSHIP—a man pursuing a vromm until
she catches him,
HISTOPlY something that never happened
written by a man who v/asn*t there.
LOVE—the most fun you can ha,ve without
♦ * * »: * *
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"Have you hoard?"
"But do ■ you knovf..."
"No, but I bet it’s..."
"Do you really think so?"'
"It might be..."
Such v/erc the whisperings heard from
corners and through halls before" Monday
when it was announced that the queen
for the May Festival is to be Betty
Blue Povrors and the Maid of Honor,
Helen Davm Singleton. The air v;as full
of squeals, congratulations, and the
like when the news camo out and the
queen-to-be had revealed that she "felt
like a million dollars." ' ' ■- \
was born i'n Miami, Florida,
and. Helen in Panhandle, Texas. ■ The.
girls really have a lot in common;' may
be you'd like to hear a little about
their early history. It s'cems that
Bet'ty ^Blue’s life had a' rather bleak
beginning, for she is told she was born
at 2 a.n. on a dark and stormy morning,
iOid to tog that, the first time her
baby brother sa'wwhor, he opened his
mouth and s creamed i Yvhen she was about
throe months old, Betty Blue came to
North Carolina, where in the course of
almost 18 years, she has had lots of
fun sprinkled ■v;ith a feir/ slightly^hair-
raising experiences. One of those.was
an incident in the laboratory at school
■»;hen, one day, the teacher left tie
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