) May 27, I960
BELLES OF ST. MARY’S
Last year the Orientation Com-
W'lttee at St. iMary’s set aside a
"0 Week j)eriod before Spring Va
cation as a period, of voluntary
academic counselling. During this
'\o week period, those students
Who wanted advice on academic
Piobleins, such as what courses to
ake, had conferences with differ
ent nienibers of the faculty. Dur-
'ng Spring vacation, the students
ci^cussed the results of these con
sciences with their parents. When
^ciool registration had begun all
° those who participated in this
^niall guidance program were very
nthusiastic; but the jirogram was
such a small scale the entire
body did not benefit from
• ilius, the idea of a planned,
ir program, which would be
effect during the whole school
year began to develop.
fall ^Lary’s opens in the
a new guidance program will
b into effect. All faculty members
.Cl’s) and all students will
t ^ jcipate in the program. Each
acher is to be assigned about
nn ^^cidents. In so far as it is
4 L, students will be assigned
he teacher in whose field they
interested. Of course, this
for possible in some cases,
„ , °.^c teacher can only have a
vise^'^ number of students to ad-
ule Snidance program’s sched-
of f ^ ^ minimum number
to l°'^'i ^clvisor-student conferences
tl held during the year, one at
each quarter. The
^^'cnces are to be private in
suit a record of the re-
icent conference will be
of fi advisors. At the end
all 'f year, these records will be
in f] ^0 the permanent records
ffcrp °Lice. However, these con-
fi, '^‘^e records will in no way in-
n student’s grades or her
‘‘cac emic standing.
in iT ^’^^elemic problems discussed
sucl conferences will include
stii } as how to improve
stiiH^ '‘nbits, how to make out
tak ^ schedules, what courses to
nrnv general, how to im-
,c the individual student’s
tiles be remembered that
do,.^^ conferences are only for aca-
ejjp .^'■'ents may request confer-
etlic* their advisors at times
at tf Lian scheduled conferences
St,. I'c beginning of each quarter,
■‘^uh i^cel free to con-
othg ^oembers of the faculty
ac'iH^ .an their advisors on any
ark problems which may
.iust*^'i ^ student must not feel that
Cert .because she is assigned to a
teacher that teacher is the
Witjj [”^c to whom she can go to
,’cr academic iiroblcms.
fepi*" c>re the jirogram goes into ef-
dpin’i expert in the field of aca-
\jarv’ counselling will visit the St.
faonu campus and instruct the
faciiU^ *^ypc of work. The
PiTicr,. ^ 'iiembers are behind this
Sive and are willing to
tlipv 1 time and effort to what
Un(i,.J°P? "'Ll be a very successful
Seniors Out on Probation Saint Sallies
AVell, in just 3 days our seniors
will be leaving us for good; some
to be going on to school elsewhere,
some to be getting married, some
to be working and others undecid
ed. The great majority, as might
be expected, are heading for U.N.C.
Well here’s the list:
.Jane Tarlton — Carolina
Genie Glover — Carolina
Ann Bostwick — Carolina
Lynda Sanderford — Carolina
Libby Hatley — Carolina
Sharon Cates — Carolina
.lane .Jordan — Carolina
Tuck Walker — Carolina
Suzanne Taylor — Carolina
yiarreitta Xorthrope — Carolina
Grey Watkins — Carolina
Katherine Sawyer — Carolina
Molly Dewey — Carolina
“G” Hofler — Carolina
Margaret Turner — Carolina
Emily Anderson — Carolina
Betty Latta — Carolina
A'an Dameron — Carolina
Ginger Lang — Carolina
Sandra Cobb — Carolina
yiartha Parham — Carolina
Beverly Bunn — Carolina
Alarjorie Bryan — Carolina
Carol Tadlock — Carolina
Webber Bell — getting married m
.July, living in AVilson, N'. C.
Mary Ethel Edmundson — getting
married in August — Meredith
as a day student.
.Joanne Smith — getting married,
Ann Smiley — W.C.U.N.C.
Julie Dayvault — playing — either
Richmond or W.C.U.N.C.
Sally Tull — Pan-American or
W.C.U.N.C. . .
Bea Foote — University of Georgia
Francis Cockrill — University of
Judy Cripjien — University of
Florida or Carolina
Caroline Ashford — Pan-American
Pat McDaniel — Pan-American
Florence Nash — Carolina
Betty Copeland — Carolina
Maiy Neal Bolcli — ?
Ann Hauser — Carolina
Betty AJcClennon — Randolph
^Jartha Taylor — Pan-American
.Joanna Watkins — W.C.U.N.C.
Alary Chiles — Pan-American
Cary Jvellam — Pan-American
Betty Jnge — Pan-American
Susan Dodd — Nursing School at
Em Nelson — AVilliam and Alary
Joanna Adler — AJeredith
Ann Clark — St. AJary’s —• Com
Betty Jvay Sejiark — Truck Driver
.Josie Ehringhaus — taking a busi
Jula Laxton — working at First
L’nion National Bank in Char
Sally Thompson — X-ray Technol
ogy course at Duke
Judee AJetcalfe — ?
Caroline Clark — Business Course
at Rocky AJount
Lou Pittman — Atlantic Christian
V. A. Anderson — Atlantic Chris
AJadge Gregory — University of
Arkansas or Carolina
Susan AJurphy — Pan-American
Polly Fulkerson — work in Florida
AJargaret Ruffin — Carolina
Becky Bullock — Carolina
Barbara Clarke — University of
Cm7i You Imagine? Banquet Enjoyed by All
“Holly” 'vith a page-boy.—Good
Breakfast in bed.
Exams being demolished.
Harper being an introvax
AVebber calm, cool and collected.
AJav Day without Caroline.
Dr 'Guerrv with a “A ankee” accent.
Jackie Polk with “petite feet.”
The summer without summer read
A Jr. Cannon without a convertible.
Clean bathtubs and no bugs in
Betty Lynch not talking.
Chubb as a blonde.
“Lover” not smiling.
Pitser being serious. ^
A tranquil jiarlor on featuiday
Armstrong not on the p.
Barbara Brittain with short hair
Sallv Stevens with her appendix.
Sophomores without a “tint” job.
^t AJarv’s without the Seniors.
Tull without "Long Sam” Oji^e’ll
be thinking about you, JulL).
AJesser with lijistick.
Eathel Bowie being born north ot
the AJason-Dixon Line.
Copeland without hair.
Dav Student’s room without smoke.
Becky Elmore and Freddie Jones as
Gene Birdson with brou n eyes.
Tim not being loved by everyone.
The Letter Club banquet was
AJay 26, at 6:00 ji.in. in the gym.
The entire student body and all
faculty members were invited. Aft
er dinner, awards were presented
to the outstanding girl in every
sjiort, to the three girls who had
accumulated the most points for
the year, and to the organization—
either the Sigma’s or AJu’s — which
had won the most points in the
tournaments. Also, the new Sigma
and AJu jiresidents and vice presi
dents were announced as well as
the new Letter Club president. The
program came to a close with the
performance of both the old and
new Cold-Cuts. This promised to
be the best banquet of the Letter
Club, and it was!
Best Muse Ever
Becky Bullock and, the staff of
the St. AJary’s literary magazine
jiroudly presented the 1960 edition
of The Muse on AJay the 25th.
This year’s AJuse contained stories
and poems written by the 59-60
Staff. A specialty this year was il
lustrations for some of the short
stories and the feature poem,
“Hermes,” by Becky Bullock.
Oh no, exams won’t keep us on
the campi— will they, girls? That
seemed to be the general feeling
last week-end as a large majority
of our comrades took off for a bit
of social enjoyment.
Carter AIcAlister finally per
suaded the fabulous “Brabo” that
she was the perfect date for the
SAE beach party. Betsy Dunn en
joyed herself whizzing around with
a “fly” and Ruth Bowles could not
get “Beautiful Dreamer” off her
mind—mind? AJadge Gregory al
so added to the number of gals
from our school at the jiarty and
they all returned with great tales
about their week-end.
The Phi Gamins at Carolina
must have thrown a party strictly
for our girls, because it seems we
were all represented. Harriet Hous
ton, Anne AJetts, Judy AJetcalfe,
Polly Fulkerson, AJartha Taylor,
Hannah AATight, AJolly Cooper, and
Susan Jveel kept the ball rolling
over on the “Still.”
J understand that Betty Jmu
Williams, Carol Bleimeyer, and
Brandy AJcJxinley took a quick
trip to Nags Head and joined Re
becca Hines, AJarty Pierce, Florie
AJcLeod and others on their beach
Sandra Cobb jiicked a perfect
place for a special event—receiving
one of those things most of us
want— a fraternity pin. The PiKA
beach party was the function and
Frankie Davis, AJelinda AJesser,
Suzanne Taylor, Susan Dodd, Jane
Todd, Sally Tull- (oh, J am sorry,
Dayvault too) were all there to
make it an unforgetable week-end
However, there was a minority
lingering on the camjms— for some
reason, and J understand this num
ber will grow this week-end. But
there is always something good in
the bad. This will be the last week
end for us to stick around, so make
the best of it.
Tuesday, AJay 10th found the
Juniors and the Seniors descend
ing on the hut in their AJadras
shades, and hats. The object of
this jiilgrimage was a jiicnic given
by the Juniors in honor of the Sen
iors. After a mad rush for the fried
chicken, potato salad, and other
goodies, everyone sat around the
jiorch for the jirogram. Webber
Bell, president of the Senior Class,
was jiresented with a dozen red
roses as a general present to the
Seniors. To begin the jirogram,
Sophia Pike read a story adapted
from the well-known tale “Goldi
locks and the Three Bears.” She
was accompanied amusingly by the
new Coldcuts who followed her
with their renditions of several
rocking songs. Among these were
“Timing,” “Little Darlin,’ ” “Five
Foot-Two,” and “Dark Town
Strutters Ball.” The finale was of
course, “The Coldcut’s Song” with
exeiyone joining in to comjiose
^nie amusing and revealing verses.
The general opinion seemed to be
that a good time was had by all.