iJamt Mary’s School Library
OF SAINT MARY’S
? X, No. 5
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
November 26, 1946
Thanksgiving holidays will
after classes Wednesday,
Pp®'’- 27, and end 10:00 p. m.
J^ftursday, Nov. 28, Miss Eliza-
Tucker, secretary to Dr.
'chard G. Stone, recently an-
j Seniors and Honor Roll stu-
who are taking their
week-end” maj’ leave
"t the same time but do
" have to return until !) :00
•Sunday, Dec. 1.
^ he school will remain open
' those girls who are not
th "way for the holiday, but
cie will be no classes Thanks-
I^ay, and attendance at
^will not be required.
game of the season Mon-
0rep,^^*®':"oon, Nov. 25. Sylvia
the Ar , 'Hiamston, scored one of
tw;, I'* goals; Sarah “Chubby”
aii(t fBennettsville, S. C.,
' ille , T’ripp Jones, Summer-
• niade two goals each.
in (kp downed the , Sigma’s
Season hockey game of the
1 to I > with a score of
iTipp, Sylvia Green and Ann
for pi' ®''os each made two goals
f-'harlrvL ^1^^ team. Laura Page,
Ip. . '""'fe the Sigma goal.
l?r, ^lary Lou Pratt, Sum-
n'^'^hson '"'A ^lary Blair Bowers,
^'*’1 llcu^i''^’ McCallum, Had-
^'ark ‘"p "I’ginia Smith, Ridley
I'^eusK ’ Jacqueline White,
"On It Anu McCallum, Ilad-
"’oll (.V, 1'^’ X. J.; Harriott Barn-
pTheX’^^bia, S. C.
ta,.. gttia team includes Laura
. "’son'^rw l"'"^iisburg; Sylvia
On, *’ Charlotte; Martha Wil-
\V„. ./-'Omsvilm T.- . xr:,
phase H- C; Rose Wallace,
*orke o ■ T Martha Best
Id hlrepn°k°°^’^^ ’ llcttv Ann Coop-
pheviiip ; Anne Huske, Fav-
h'Btisj, “Judy” Taylor,
il ’ f' Childs, Colum-
nJhe ahl played for the Sigma’s
were refereed by
aham, gy,p instructors.
Saint Mary’s Wins “Prof. Quiz” Entertains School;
Swimming Meet Joan Hassler Wins Contest
Wilson Davis. Wallin, Cooper
Two Hockey Games
® Win Tournament
Covington, Jones Make
Goals; Page Scores for
hoek’ _"fhletic society won the
the tournament by defeating
aaj j'g*"a’s 5 to 0 in the second
Wilson, Davis, Wallin, Cooper
Saint Mary’s, Duke, Woman’s
College, and Meredith were the
victors in the Intercollegiate Play-
Day Xov. 16 with Saint IMary’s
and Meredith as co-hostesses.
SAIXT MARY’S AVIXS
Five of the six swimming events
ill the first heat were won by
Saint Mary’s. The winners were
Martha Wilson, Louisville, K.v.,
crawl for speed; Sarah Lon Davis,
Morgantoii, side stroke for form ;
Charlotte Wallin, Hot Springs,
Va., back stroke for speed; Jose
phine Cooper, West Hartford,
Conn., breast stroke for speed.
Martha Wilson and Sarah ^Loii
Davis also won the relaj’. Letty
Clark. Greensboro College, won
the breast stroke for form. Martha
Wilson’s time on the crawl was
the best of all the girls competing
in both heats.
The other winners were Duke,
volleyball and tennis doubles;
AVonian’s College, tennis singles,
archery, and badminton singles;
Meredith, badminton doubles.
Meredith and the Woman’s Col
lege tied in the liocke.v finals.
Other schools competing were
Eastern Carolina Teachers’ Col
lege, Guilford, Mars Hill, Peace,
A reception was held later in
the afternoon at Meredith, after
which the results of the games
Rev. Mr. Gordon
Speaks on Alaska
Alaska missionary the Rev. Mr.
’William Gordon told Saint Mary’s
girls of his religious work there in
the chapel Sunday morning, Nov. 17.
Little did he dream that Saint
Mary’s students would partly finance
his mission work, he declared, when
he spoke here just before leaving
for his Alaska mission some time
ago. 3tlr. Gordon thanked the girls
for their contributions and told of
the good works tliis money had done.
'■aptllil'""'" Sylvia Green,
bifckev ’ ‘‘""'’"fi Covington; Jane
^faiuei’ Pu.; Nancy
' ""es, r'''’ensboro ; Ann Fripp
Hair Troubles? See Artistic.
Talented “Mademoiselle Willie'’'
Have you noticed all the fancy
hair-do’s the girls on second floor
West Wing have been wearing?
When asked what hair stylist they
patronize, they answered in uni
“Willie,” it seems, is not the
star hairdresser of the Elite
Beauty Salon. “He” is Mary
Matheson Williamson of Pine
Apple, Ala., ivho loves to fix peo-
Her first customer was her
roommate, Marger^^ CareA’, Or
lando, Fla. She was closely fol
lowed b,A’ Eleanor Pollard, Ashe
ville, and Eleanor Hope Newell,
Orlando, Fla. These three were
given bangs, but not all alike, for
that would cramp illir s st\’le.
• Several daj's later, Jeannette
Dongbertv’, Coronado, Calif., ap
peared with a verj' original hair
do. Her hair was pulled tightl.v
back and tied high on her head
with a black ribbon. The ends
were curled under and left liang-
ing down the back of her head.
That same day Barbara Corpen-
ing, Granite Falls, had a new hair
do, too; her hair was pulled up
on top of her head and twisted
into a roll.
When asked wh.v she liked to
fix people’s hair, “Willie” an
swered, “Since I can never seem
to fix nn’ own hair to suit me, I
find someone Avho can wear the
st.vle 1 dream up and fix it for
If j'on’re tired of fixing \mnr
hair the same old way, go up to
second floor West Wing and let
“Willie” do something about it.
A'on’ll be sure of liaving a faiic.v
new hair style—and a large inter
Strickland, Potter, Drane, Ford
Are Final Contestants
“Define a hole,” “What is a
spiral staircase?”—these are some
of the (jnestions asked the stu
dents of Saint Mary’s School by
Professor Quiz, the original radio
quiz master, on Wednesday' night,
Nov. 20, ill the school aiiditorinm.
JOAN HASSEER AVIXXER
Joan Hassler, Tliomasville, was
aniiouiiced the champion of . the
evening when she received 550
points out of the possible 600 for
correct answers. She, along with
the final five girls competing, re
ceived a cigarette ligliter as prize.
The “professor” told the. group
that out of all the schools at which
he had presented his program.
Saint Mary’s had the highest
FIVE FIX’AL COXTESTAXTS
“Mrs. Quiz” kept the scores of
the final five contestants, who were
Nane.v Ford, Washington; Jean
Strickland, Wilson; Joan Hassler,
Rose Potter, Winston-Salem; and
Frances Drane, Monroe.
The other girls who participated
in tlie quiz were Eleanor Pollard,
Asheville; Elizabeth “Sande’’
Childs, Columbia, S. C.; Margaret
Moore, Roanoke, Va.; Sally Ann
Borthwick, Winston-Salem; Char
lotte Bnchanair, Columbia, S. C.;
Martina Fillmore, Macclesfield;
and Carolyn Mahon, Greenville’
Circle Taps Five
In Midnight Walk
Betsy Blundon, Charleston, W.
Va.; Katherine Clark, Lynchburg,
Va.; Cynthia McCaw, Bristol, R. I.;
Margaret Norfleet, Jackson; and
Margaret Leo Payne, Newport
News, Va., were tapped members of
the Circle at an impressive ceremony
Monday night, Nov. 25, when the
Circle “walked” at midnight.
Martha Conger, Edenton, presi
dent of the Circle, led the j)rocession
into the open area between West
Wing, Holt Hall, and the dining
room. Following her were the three
last year’s members, Elizabeth “Lid-
dy Bett” Myatt, Goldsboro; Peggy
Swindell, Washington; and Jean
Roberts, Durham. These old mem-
hers brought the new' members out
of hiding and placed them in the
group. Each member had her can
dle ht from the torch Martha Conger
After the solemn service old and
new members gathered in the Hut
for an informal party.