The Belles of Saint Mary’s
November 30, 1951 Novi
Belles of Saint Mary’s
Pet Peeve : Weeks without mail
Always Seen: “playing”
Always Heard: “Ann—dy”
Hobby: Sports and singing
Favorite Food: Strawberry short
Favorite Song: The Hills of Home
Looking Forward To : Christmas
Ambition: To win the athletic
plaque for Sigma’s.
Wild About: The new privileges.
Offices and Clubs : Sigma president;
Hall Council; chief dance mar
shal; Choir; Canterbury Club;
Kemarks: Sincerity, cheerfulness
and sweetness can be found when
ever Pat is around. Her school
spirit and loyalty contribute much
to life at Saint Mary’s.
MARY ANN EADDY
Pet Peeve: People who are late
Always Seen: In day students’ room
Always Heard : ‘^Shhhhhhhh ”
Hobby: Playing bridge
Favorite Food: Doughnuts
Favorite Song : September Song
Looking Forward To: Graduation
Ambition: To get married
Wild About: Bill
Offices and Clubs: Secretary of
Sigma Pi Alpha; Dramatic Club;
president of day students; secre
tary of Legislative Body; treas
urer of Circle; Sigma.
Eemarks: Mary Ann adds much to
school functions. Her sweet char
acter and disposition make her a
Breakfast In Bed
It’s heavenly just to snuggle up
to a well warmed pillow, wiggle
your toes under nice comfy blankets,
and chew mercilessly on a fat, fresh
doughnut. The more you sniff the
air, the harder you blow on the too
hot coffee ’cause it’s more tempting
at every little whiff; hut then, when
at last you take a sip, you find that
it’s just as good as—well—as it
would be at five in the morning after
a big dance. That’s saying a lot!
You can hear friends roaming
around going to classes—if they stop
by, ten to one they’ll turn green with
envy and stare holes through your
coffee cup—and though you’re sorry
they’re missing out, you just can t
help smirking a little bit. Aw yes,
there you are—surrounded by lux
ury—enjoying waking up. Believe
me, there’s nothing like breakfast
in bed on Saturday morning 1
Saint Mary’s has a uniform! Bet
my best cashmere sweater that n®
one knows what it is, and yet it
worn every day by about twen J
girls. It consists of a navy b™
sweater, a navy blue skirt, rol e
up white socks and a white collai-
The light dawns; yes? Here ale a
couple of them for instance: Bar
bara Dickson, Kitty Keal, Ann IM ^
terson, Peggy Costner, Anne By
num, Lucy Heilig, Betty Dry an
Eve Hargrave. ,
In case you haven’t read the late
issue of Vogue, take time and rea
it. The magazine has some very
interesting idea's in it, and it’s real y
not as bad on the allowance as soiu
people think. That new materia >
poodle-cloth, resembles persian lam,'
but in texture only. The price i
quite different. This cloth
make a darling evening wrap. B^
Hines has a stole for her red die,
made of it in black, and it really r
AT THE THEATERS
With a thunder of joyous applause, the student body lecened t
announcement of the signing of the new petitions Unlimited late ighjj
dates on Friday nights, the use of the bathtubs until 10 :55, more meal cuts,
and the abolition of date lists are very welcome additions to the upperclass-
™With every privilege comes a responsibility. We must be careful to use
thel privileys properly. Appreciation to Dr. Stone for granting these
petitions inst^d of fear of losing the privileges should prompt our careful
use of these new rights.
(Nov. 29-Dec. 15)
30- 1 A Place in the Sun.
2- 8 An American in Paris.
Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron.
9-11 Let’s Make It Legal.
12-15 Across the Wide Missouri.
Clark Gable, John Hodiak.
Friendship is something intangible yet something very definite. Every
person needs good friends. Here at Saint Mary’s we live in very close con
tact with one another. Here we learn to live with other people, to give and
take. IVe learn that in order to gain, we must give of ourselves.
In the various clubs and organizations of Saint Mary s, we learn to co
operate and work together. Win or lose, we learn to p ay the game of life
fairly. Here we make our friends, the friends that share our ideals and
hopej strengthen our understanding, and feel our needs friends have all
things in common: generosity, respect, appreciation, thougitfulness, pa
tience, kindness, courtesy, unselfishness, truth, love, and faith.
Variety in friends broadens one’s vision in many ways. Let us enlarge
and enrich our social horizons and those of others by forming more lasting
^“SSly each of us desires to make this year one of attainment, to grow
in mind, heart, and spirit. MTiat could be a better way to gam these things
OuJ^”school ^h^n emphasizes the responsibilities and possibilities of
friendship here at Saint Mary s.
29-30 Painting the Clouds With Sun
1 The Fat Man.
2- 4 Tliree Steps North.
5 Sealed Cargo.
6- 7 Rich, Young, and Pretty.
8 Target Fnknown.
9-11 Here Comes the Groom.
13-14 Come Pill the Cup.
30-1 The Story of Boh and Sally.
2- 4 I’ainting the Clouds W'ith Sun
5- 8 The Lady and the Bandit.
9-13 Her Paneled Door.
Hold thou each hand to keep it just,
Touch thou our lips and make them pure.
If thou art with us. Lord, we must
Be faithfid friends and comrades sure.
29-3 The Magic Carpet.
Lucille Ball, John Agar.
4- 8 A Christmas Carol.
9-12 The Unknown Man.
Walter Pidgeon, Anne Harding.
13-15 P. B. I. Girl.
Caesar Romero, Gene Evan's.
OF OTHER PEOPLE
One of the most important things a Saint Mary’s girl should remember
is consideration for others. Consideration is a little thing, u on •
many things by which others will judge you. Consideration oi o lers y
be practiced in numerous ways and places. _ r
First, be considerate on the halls. Girls find concentrating one o ^
most difficult things to do. It is even harder when people are running
up and down the hall laughing, talking, and yelling. If you are guilty ot
this behavior, stop and think of the girls who are trying to study—lower
your voice and be more considerate. After all, you might be the one w o
is trying to concentrate next time.
Next, be considerate of the teachers. Show them respect by doing little
niceties such as opening and holding doors open for them and standing when
they enter a room.
Above all, be considerate of others in the chapel. _ Do not be guilty ot
talking, laughing, and making distracting little noises. Girls go to the
chapel to meditate and pray. Give them this opportunity.
Consideration for others is not hard to acquire. Won’t you try it?
30-1 Valley of Pirc.
The Texas Lawman.
Crazy Over Horses.
11-12 Grapes of Wrath.
14-15 Utah Wagon Train.
30-1 Devil on Wheels and
Born to Speed.
Missing Daughters and
The Blue Veil.
Jane Wyman, Wendell Corey.
9-13 The Racket.
Idle Chatter: Doesn’t Anna Bf
ding look grand in her pale heig
sweater ? Have you seen those w® ^
scarves at “Jean’s,” the ones
look impossible to tie and yet ® j
1 J-- xtraVS*
be tied in so many different'
Shep Eustin’s new haircut and ‘ am,
it cute?” Syb Calloway in a daf^
gray suit with gray fiannel shoes
Something to think about
the week end: If people wear da>.
the week end: people A
blue and dark green—The Bi*i
Watch plaid—together, why
light blue and light green togetb®'
OF SAINT MARY’S ^ ^
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