belles op ST. MARY’S
OF ST. MARY’S
Published in thirteen issues during the
school year September to June. Monthly
tor December, January and April; Semi-
monthiy for October, November, Febru-
^7o Student Body
ot St. Mary s Junior College.
C. 27602. Subscription $1.00 per year.
Editor in Chief Lyndee Wall
Assistant Editor Paula Johnson
News Ethtor Harriet Collins
Eeature Editor ^ Jessica Gillespie
Subscription Editor Ginger Gregg
notographer Anne Brady
Head Typist Jennie Andrews
Circulation Editor Nancy Wideman
Bru Haley. Shannon Roberts, Patti
Key, Janet Biggs, Caroline Green, Marki
• ™ Lokey, Beth Hunt, and Har
Beverly Lett, Mindy Bell, Louisa Rog
ers, Mimsie Roberts, Betsy Green, Julie
Parsons, Lisa Romanek, Cynty McAlister,
and busan Taylor.
leannette Holt, Martha Given, Suzan-
ah * »— A . 1 T
wuiv, ividiiiia Oiven, i>uzaii-
nah Tyler, Jane Aycock. Jane Maupin,
Cathy Swain, Sally Tomlinson, and
Juha Barfield, Jeannette Holt, Lynn
Fulghum, Arabella Nash, Cathy Swain
Susan Leonard Gayle Sellers, Marki
Airs. Robert Gunn.
Pd fl M u,-l-5 "Jo Vou f
By Beverly Lett
Mary and Joseph
THE HOPE OF THE NEW YEAR
in a stable
no room anywhere else
was born tliere
so many years ago
Tlie Son of God
The Son of Man
Tlie Trinee of Peace
Peace on earth
the angels .said
Peace on Earth
Peace on this earth?
on this earth
there is no Peace
there is War
in the streets in front of our
Jesus was born
The Messiah, The Savior
to give Us
Hope and (,'onrage
to work, live and die
to create a real
Peace on Earth.
(Reprinted from Creek Feeble. Campbell College)
cniistmas vacation is almost here VVitn .jIi +i r •
mi y.r"p.„e.,, “b,;:' .;,r „ ii' ''..srir, V ‘t"
brother is the victim. ' nianj until a friend or
vital is,sue as on others Hut of concern over this
the Christmas holidays apiiroach van be done as
soldim-s in the field, whether their purjiaie tPn'vahr oPuS
irin'vi'.r ""i f"'!
the new vear is that thev will Tbe hope of
'vbile we'are s m, re in nr we »>«l'^vs.
u-e could - bv dP R T' if
and love. Thev wlm mv^comnd >-^«P^vt
tbe.r devotion for their country, need "^lir’siTpporV"''
war will be‘;;Ptcflfetins moody
(Jiristmas away from their homes. another
THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
By Louisa Rogers
On the first day of Christmas my true
love gave to me a promise that I'll soon
Jhi the second day of Christmas my
true love Rave to me twin honeys. ^
On the third day of Christmas my true
love ^ave to me three Greek gods7
On the fourth day of Christmas my
Zs. e Ku Klux Klan-
jove guvc ,0 me ten gather ’uiund men-
On the eleventh day of Christmas my
true love gave to me eleven smiline Beamt
On the twelfth day of ChrisLaTZ;
ln2" •^“y of Christmas my true
love gave to me five W-i-i-nstons. ^
Flicks of Future
('oloiiy- IliippioKt .Millioiiatre
State—Tiioi’oiiglil,v .Modern Millie
Amlia.SHador—Vall“.v of (li> Dolls
(’ardinal—(Join- With the M'lnd
Village—.Man Called Dagger
fs .1 . 7 '— ' ‘ ‘-nsions.
liWoTN"" “ “f"' »}
ve gave to me nine clanging Belles!
On tbe tenth day of Christmas my true
CIRCLE INDUCTS NEW
Last night, December 14 Th..
I'-vIv walked for the siwond
nilK of fjj(» yi*nr.
l-’oiir new nienibers were add-
' niir,i Warren.
iiik students on fhe .Sf. M«rv\
'■ampus. •*«r^ s
traditions at SAI
By Mimsie Roberts
1 robably the happiest tiiiif
the year anywhere is Christ)'
At St. Marj-^s, Christmas is'
inore fun because of the tradit
al parties and activities that
carried on during the holidavi
son. Even the parade
liianksgiving helps to put
Mary’s girls in the Clu'i^'
At Christmas all the hall
decorated. Each girl covers
door with various pictures,:'
nigs, and other decorations.'
Christmas trees contain ornaia
which each girl contributes. T
always make the halls look d"
Another exciting event is
caroling choruses from the ^
ternities. Everyone guti
around the windows, doors, J
stairs^ to hear the boys as
sing Christmas songs on the^t
steps of Smedes.
ilr. Bell’s Christmas dinu?
another part of the Christnnis
son. The meal is always a deli‘
one with all the deeorati'»®
Christmas. Everyone enjo.vsj
event because ilr. Bell inalv’-
tbe preparations for a sp
An important part of the
dition of Christmas at St. *^^‘1
js the giving of peanut piv^
The peanuts sneak arouu'l
halls late at night in hopes,
tliey can deliver the present ^
out beuig discovered. After,
positing the present in the
ing outside the door, the}'
back to their rooms before
peanuts can open the doer '
The Glee Club concert e'C
nifrbt before Christmas liel',*!
IS always a beautiful and sp'f,
event which helps to btiile
holiday feeling. After the ee"‘J
• AVLUl IIIC/
are the hall parties. At this
when everyone finds out wb'’
mysterious peanut is and
roommates exchange their r
In every way, (’hristiinis
ilarj's is always joyful.
WHAT DO YOU
By Lisa Romanek
1. Carolyn Bertie: a “Bear
-. Susan .McKenzie: two vj' ji
her Teddy Bear and son'r
3. Susan .Austin: red fuzzy s'^’
to sneak around 1st KW- ,|i
'»• Xancy Richardson: a j
5- Saliy Breeden: a light for'
late lights on 2nd KVV.
Barn DeVere: a ‘•Crispy Cr
ll^t a • . • . /a ll
Krwjn: to be first
hack on St. .Mary’s first
S. Sweetie Selfart: a rooniU'%r^
9- Susan Byars: a ‘'Perry” ^
10- Ileanna Kreiser: A “JoH''’;5ii
11. Lyndee Wall: ”grare”tu>y
12. Bagley Waddill and Juliet
,, “ L“ I-«tham with larynK“ji’
13. 3rd Smedes: Faucets >o“
h-'-Te to hold. , y)'
C l e Smith: a "train” fro"; C
C V.a "train" rro“;
15. .Molly Itichardson: Jol'O"'
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