Sept. 22, 1944.
The rains came, but more im
portant, the froBhmen came. Even
the persistent rain could not daunt
the sunny spirits of these cute and
cheerful newcomers. Although their
attractive coiffures were slightly
dampened, th?ir shoes bespeckled,
and their chic outfits rain-spotted,
their smiles were gayly expectant.
Tt is easy to see that they have the
Salem spirit all right!
Here’s just a sample of some of
our new campus personalities—Anne
Tarothers, who was worried about
so-oo many "Anne’s” at Salemr-
but from her attractive appearance,
Anne need not worry!
Record-seo'kers—see Jean Griffin.
Her room would be a fine recreation
center for third floor Clewell!
The worst time getting to Salem
was had by Alice Chiles from Texas,
,%vho was put off two planes. She cer
tainly has made up for lost time.
Betty Lou Crawford was another
parly arriver . . . Marion Gaither is
another adaptable freshman, who be
tween camp and St. Mary’s acquain
tances, knows practically everybody.
By tlie way, those midnight (*ye-
brows on tliat little blonde belong
to "Booty” Crenshaw.
Salem is> happy to have three real
little sisters on campus: Fay Cham
bers, (another St. Mary’s belle)
Elaine McNeeley, with those beauti
ful long thick eyelashes, and Lib
Bowen, who is just as fine as her
How ’bout Peggy Blum’s wel
coming new girls! . . . Betty Miller,
Tireferably Lib Miller, is the girl
with the defep sun tan and dark
brown eyes . . . We hear that Lib
Price has perfect pitch!
Has anyone seen blacker hair than
Jane .Teter’s? Now, all you Ka;^
Kaiser fans lend an ear—Martha
Burton and .Teane Pierce are hia
bona fide nieces . . . Salem is lucky
to have a good golfer on campns—
If anyone wants a grin, go visit
Kathoryn Ballew, ’cause hers is con
tagious. Lib Peden and Helen Spruill
are fun too.
Ann Southern says “No, she is no^
of movie fame.”
With these indispensable com
binations of brain, brawn, and gla
mour Salem is set for a grand new
Words may be mere wind, but then
so is a tornado.
The Y. W. C. A. welcomes all of
you back to Salem! This year the
cabinet has made plans for a big
year with every girl included in its
activities. Be sure and find out about
your group leader and your group’s
l-’riday night the “ Y” invites
everyone to a community sing. It’s
to be in Memorial Hall and starts at
7:30. Don’t miss it—it will’ be loads
of fun, with all old girls there.
Mark down one more “musl” on
your schedule for Sunday afternoon
from 4:00 to 5:0 . Attend the Stu
dent Government and “Y” tea in the
Day Student’s center for new stu
To end a busy but happy week
come to vespers at 7:00 in the Old
Chapel for a few minutes of quiet
medation and thought.
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This world would be a desert spot
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Some people are so painfully good
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‘Ffote comes the parade. Where’s
‘Shc^s upstairs, waving her hair.”
‘Goodness, can’t we afford a flagf”
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operative about giving ads for
this issue of ou rpaper. We ap
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they responded promptly and en
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you a hearty welcome — some
bring you news of bargains. So
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