BELLES OF ST. MARY’S
->Iarkie Ik-riy, Ann London, Hcth Dcnninirno^^^^^^^^^®
SOPHOMORES ELECT OFFICERS:
SARAH CHAMBLEE, PRESIDENT
Sarah Chamblee, Marki JJerry
Ann London, Beth Denning, Dolly
Smith, Mattie Simmons, and Dean
na Kreiser are leading the sopho
mores in spirit and scandal this
Sophomores voted Sarah Cham
blee from Waverly, Virginia for
The new vice-presUent is Marki
Berry, a Beacon member from
Hailing from Pittsboro is Ann
London, last year’s Legislative
Body representative, who holds
the office of secretary this year.
Deth Denning, treasurer, repre
sents Jienson in the sophomore
Dolly Smith, former May Court
member and a day student here at
ht. J\Iary^s, is dance marshal.
L)67-68 IS Mattie Simmons from
Last year’s treasurer, Deanna
Kreiser, from Whitestone, Vir
ginia, is the underclassmen’s Hon
or Board representative.
Sigmas Win Speedball
New Girls Defeat Old Girls
The speedball game on Wedne.s-
day, November 7, climaxed an ex
citing season, with the Sigmas vic
torious 11-8. Since each team had
won two games, Wednesday’s
match was the championshin
turnout was larger than
tnat ot any other game. More
school spirit was exhibited at this
game, and the participation of all
the girls made the game more in
Ihe Sigmas were handicapped
by the lo.ss of Captain Lu Dixon,
who was injured iii Mondav’s
Rosie Hammond, JIartha Vau
ghn, Sallie Mann, Nancy Birrs
Petty Kellogg, Susan Foltz, mid'
Jessica Gille.spie led the &
Mary Morrison Penningtoiir
Eskridge, Sue Willinghani.
erly Randolph, Connie
Sealy Cross, and Sally Hart
the Mus. ;
The Sigmas obtained aa,,
6-0 lead, but the Mus clos?"
gap to 6-5. The Sigmas f
ahead to an 8-6 lead in the'
part of the game. With fo«'
utes to play, the Mus scored
drop kick to tie the scorf ’
Sigmas wrapped up the !
the final minutes with a '
point .score, making the fint>’
The traditional old girl-af‘ ^
game was played on Moiuia.* ■
vember 18. Lu Dixon was ^ ^
ary captain of the old gii'b, I
Nancy Biggs led the new £ j
MARTY ESKRIDGE WILL PRESIDE
nounced in the auditorium. Those
elected were: Marty Eskrid»e
piesident; Amy Carr, vice-presi
dent; Lillian James, secretarv;
Cynty McAlister, treasurer; Mar
tha Langley, dance marshal; and
Beverly Kreiser, Legislative Bodv
Alarty Eskridge is a member
Cynty McAlister is froiu
Virginia. While in Fries, si''
a cheerleader and a memb?''''
glee club, the dramatifs '
and the debate club. This
she works on the Belled '
The West Rock girls, already
somewhat crowded, are cheerfully
moving their luggage out of the
second floor trunk room in order
to give Rhonda Van Roach and
fannly a larger space in which to
live. The need for more room be
came obvious when Rhonda an
nounced to the West Rock inhab
itants that there would soon be ad
ditions to the Van Roaeh family
It is hoped that having a new
and larger home will eliminate
Rhonda’s habit of taking the child
ren out at 2:00 A.M. for exercise.
Not only is it unhealthy for them
to be up at that hour, but it also
resulted m n near tragedy for
baby Rugby Van Roach.
It seems that a visitor, not u.sed
to the frolicking children acci
dentally kicked Rugby and’injur.
, ed the knee on his fourth right
foreleg. Luckily, the infirmarv
knew just what to do: after sev
eral sun lamp treatments, Rugby’s
leg is as good as new.
Crowded conditions are affect
ing not oidy the Van Roaches, but
also other comrades in West Rock
Several nights ago, Nancy Nat
Jlatthews, in a great hurry to
shower before the eleven o’clock
curfew, lunged into the shower
only to find that she had intruded
upon Frieda Fly and was stand
ing on her freshly shampooed
wing. Fri(*da was naturally upset
over the intrusion, and Nancy, be.
ing (piite high strung, is still’ re
covering from the unexpected em
The West Rock lodgers are now
. .. V-.1 s are now ni the , * mie
planning a demonstration to re- Gronnrlv* t, Memorial
'•1 omuls, lhe.se grounds, located
quest that the maids no longer use
the area under the steps to store
their cleaning items. It seems that
feytvia Silyerfish’s twins, Saman
tha and Silas, are suffering from
acute asthma due to the Ajax
cleansing powder in their bed
Teresa Termite, who was forced
to move out over the summer re
cess, sent a note to Mrs. Adams to
announce her return after the
I hanksgiving holidavs. Everyone
IS planning a great celebration to
welcome Teresa. June-Bug Jo
Crawford has even donated her
bedboard to the welcome home
gitts tor lere.sa who reported that
the simulated wood in the new
(onus at State can not compare to
the ancient flavor of West Rock.
ilie excitement about Rhonda’s
new arrivals and the expected re
turn of Teresa Termite has been
marred by the untimely and tragic
death of Tillie Tarantula. Tillie a
tall, wounded when Laura Leech
Valter stepped out of bed late
one night. The unsuspecting Tillie
was at the time, deeply engrossed
Although West Rock is no long,
c the same without Tillie, every
one readily agreed that the aced-
iMiss Leech, however, has lu^en im
consolahle and is just now einerg.'
nijiT from seclusion ^
hu followers graciouslv
agreed to erect a shrine fo Tillie
■ ;e Mn,crvn .M„„,
of the Sigma-Mu team and is
wcirking on the Stagecoach staff
this .vear. While attending high
school in Greensboro, she was a
cheerleader and was voted the
Best Citizen” of her high .school
A member of the Granddaugh
ters Club, Ani.v Carr comes from
urhani. This year she is partici
pating 111 the Young Democrat’s
Club and the YWCA. Aniv is also
sniging in the choir and acting as
a hall representative.
Secretary Lillian James is from
Hamlet. Before she came to St.
Alarv s, she was a cheerleader and
vice-president of her cla.ss This
year Lillian is a Mu cheerleader
and a member of both the YDC
sings in the choir, and is
ber ()f Sigma-Mu and the -,
She is also a project chair'"’
the Granddaughter’s club.
The dance marshal,
Langley, is from Kinston.
ber of her high school sivi'"’
l,^aai, she has now joinri
Saints. Martha particip^^^
dramatics in Kinston and 1'"
come a member of St. Mar)'"
matics Club. She also bel”f
^ R(, and to the Granddm'^
Beverly Kreiser is the
tive Body representative- 'I
coming to St. Mary’s, she P
basketball and was a stndr"|(
eniment representative i"
stone, Virginia. This v*’":
sings in both the choir
glee club, and she is a nie'"”^
^ DC and Sigma-Mu.
Mr.\llM.T. .Martha IjuiRle,.
!!' ‘•‘‘'ling light fixture in 20s
West Rock, have in the past been
open only to outstanding moths
In view of Tillic’.s tragic expira
tion, the administration has con-
seiited to grant Tillie’s vonnger
s.st.>r lalulah a full .sehola'rship to
V-' *'*'»'iorary niem-
(Continued from I’aft'
main open for more ae‘i'^*^J(. r
if iliss Jones will keep fC
book and pencil read.'"
the “new skills portra.vr',
St. .Mary's l!»67-68 ‘‘''t'
Team." we're ready for '