Double Daily Doubles
By Jenny Lee Moser
He was just one of the many
characters in her locker, and be
cause of that they got to be right
good “Buddies.” Pretty soon she
found herself wanting to date this
handsome brute, and so she asked
him to go to a weiner roasc. From
then he became just “her boy” and
she “his girl.”
They like everything in general
and nothing in particular. Playing
Black Jack, sledding (of course,
thats only when there's snow
the ground), and eating are three
of their favorite pastimes.
Because he’s the biggest, he’s the
boss! What he says goes (most of
the time). You'll know w'hat we
mean when you hear her say
Sir, No Sir, or Yes, Unce
Uncle . This is just by
slight twist of the arm of course.
You can see them strolling and
talking in the halls or with the rest
of the gang at the locker. No mat
ter where they are or whom they
are with, they alw-ays enjoy every
moment of the time.
To many the 13th is unlucky, but
it seems that it’s because a stand
ing date for the Daily Doubles, for
here are two more who met two
years ago the 13th of July. (If you
want to go steady, meet on the
13th.) The meeting place was at
a friend’s house; they each knew
they had found the person. It
seems that arguments just make
up the courtship—they do it all
the time. We shouldn’t state their
likes because it will tell their iden
tity at once or—at least-his; but
we must—it’s jelly beSns. That
isn't all they like, they also eat
other things, and .they even enjoy
fussing (it must be makiug-up they
really like). Taking pictures is a
great interest for the two; but, even
during this time, they argue.
They are seen at the Youth Cen
ter and the movies during the week
or at the church louge on Sunday.
The couples walking up the steps
last issue were Jimmy Finison and
Barbara Dunivant: Ruenell Rush
and “Owl” Stewart.
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Banquet April 7
Famous Last Words
Just before the “fatal hour” the
following students were heard to
Joan Royd: “Critter” says I
Paul Patton: Pray for me, Joe!
Julian McGee: Don’t worry
about the mule going blind.
Dolores Hadaway: Can’t think,
George and I had; another fuss.
Dot Burton: Let me see Joe just
one more time.
Jimmie Von Becknell: Hand on
left ear means “false”—on righr
Betty Hendrix:: I won’t make
State at this rate.
Ruenell Bush: I intend to pass
this subject next semester!
Yvonne Schweistris: HELP!
Polly White: Oh shoot! I didn't
need that credit anyhow. .
Joan Klein: “Do or die.”
Jean W'hite: Let’s get it over
with, ’cause High Point, here I
Jim Finison: Too late to worry—
too soon to cry!
Dwl” Stewart: Well, I have two
or three more years over here any
Y-Teen banquet planned for
April 7 will have Mrs. Letta
Galpin, National Y-Teen Pro
gram director as guest of honor.
“Is That Us” is theme of
the banquet at which Mr.
Harold Hipps of the Duke
Divinity school will speak. Mrs.
Galpin will meet with the In
ter Club Council, Monday,
Fun Frolic Held
Last Saturday night, the
YWCA, was the scene of a “Fun
Frolic” sponsored by the three
Y-Teen clubs at GHS informal
entertainment in the form of
bingo, fortune-telling, dancing,
ping-pong, dancing contests, and
a floor-show was provided for
the teen-age boys and girls
attending. The Y-Teen “Rum
pus Room” will be furnished
by money cleared from this
affair and others like it that
are planned for later on in the
Annual weekend at camp for
the Greensboro Y-Teens will be
May 7, 8, 9, at “Old Mill.” the
Girl Scout Camp. Expenses
will be about $3 for each of
the 100 girls attending camp.
Other Y-Teen Spring plans
include annual Easter Lily
street-sale, Saturday, March 20.
Program chairman of the
Junior Y-Teen club, - Emogene
Apple, announced today that
programs centering around
theme of “Charm School” have
planned for the regular Wed
nesday night meetings of the
club. Speakers on Care of Hair,
Posture, Complexion Care. Cos
metics for the Teen-Age. Styles
and other subjects of interest
have been engaged to talk to
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Boy on bank—heard her shout
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