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THE SALEMITE
Nov. 10, 1944.
MARY HOLT HILL
Alumnae Work
For Uncle Sam
Again Salem College campus was
made a little brighter by tlie ap
pearance of one of the alumnae.
Several weeks ago it was Ensign
Betty Moore, and this week it
was Aileen Seville, President of the
Class of ’44. Seville, as she is us
ually called, graduated last year
and is now working for the Signal
Corps in Arlington, Virginia. She
couldn’t tell us anything about her
work, as it is a very “hush-hush”
affair; but she did say that it
is interesting, and gathering from
her enthusiam, she really likes her
job. Aillen gets her turn at working
all three shifts—day shift, “swing”
shift, and “graveyard” shift. Seville
is living in “a telephone booth/’
as she fondly calls her room in
Main Hall, one of the government
dormitories at Arlington Farms.
Judging from her conversation,
Seville is still a true Southerner.
We also hear that Miss Agnes
Brown (former faculty member) is
now working for the War Food Ad
ministration. She and Miss Sarah
Turlington (’36) are both taking
courses at the graduate school of
the Department of Agriculture. They
report that they are seeing many
good plays in addition to doing
their work.
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422 N. Cherry St.
PHONE 6022
Winston-Salem, N. C.
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Presenting
“Looking for Mary Holt Hill'?
Why, you might find her in the
Clewell Smokehouse or in Sister’s
House ...” But don’t go to Sister s
just before lights are out—because
she probably will be visiting in
Clewell (somehow she always dashes
back to Sisters just in time!). Mary
Holt is one of that attractive four
some in room two. The others are
Katherine Gregory, Katherine Mc
Cloud, and Lucy Sheffield. Any time
of the day when you find Mary Holt
there, she’ll probably be lying on
the top bunk of her double-decker
among her five toy animals!
The minute she opens her mouth
you can tell where she’s from. She
has charming, easy Northern ac
cent and expressions. Invariably she
ends a sentence with a “ ... hey.”
And if she disagrees, she’ll reply,
“Don’t hand me that!”
Mary Holt is thinking of majoring
in French. Something she has dis
covered since she has been at Salem
is art—for the first time she is tak
ing it, and has found that it is the
right thing after all!
Like all good Yankies, she plays
a good game of hockey. We can’t
wait to see her running down the
hockey field to mount up the goals
for the Freshman team! But hockey
is not her only favorite sport. She’s
been riding horseback for years.
And have you seen her batting
around on the tennis courtsT
Her walk is characteristic of her.
She strolls along like she’s taking
life easy . . . but look a little closer
and you’ll see that there’s something
of a know-where-she’s-going air in
her walk. She appears to have a
c!'.lra feeling that the good solid
earth’s beneath her feet. Perhaps
this also has something to do with
her remarkable ability not to worry!
Mary Holt has gay, sparkling blue
eyes and an original hair-do (that
good looking fluff of curls on one
side of her head is something she
invented herself!) And she is de
lightfully unpredictable — she even
takes sunbaths in October! She’s
natural; she’s individual; she’s just
Mary Holt!
We Southerners will havis to ad
mit that Mary Holt is a good
Yankee, and we’re glad to have
her as a Salemite!
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PICADILLY GRILL
415 W. 4th Street
The most up-to-date Restaurant
in the South
Comer 4th at Spruce
STANDARD
BUILDING & LOAN n
ASSOCIATION
SALEMITES
aP TOWN MEETING PLACE
THE ANCHOR CO.
“The Shopping Center”
KRISPY KREME
Doughnut Company
Different — Tasty — Satisfying
“The Original Greaseless Doughnut”
BOCOCK - STROUD
Company
VICTOR, COLUMBIA AND
DECCA RECORDS
COHEN’S
READY TO WEAR SHOP
DIAL 7106
Be Sure To Visit TIs Early
217 W. Fourth Street
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‘ ‘ Oh, you silly girl” followed by
a cloud of cigarette smoke and an
attractive grin assures ‘ ‘ smoke-
housers” that Ann Barber, Vice-pres
ident of the Sophomore Class, is
ready for a hot game of bridge. A
day student, Ann is Salem Aca
demy’s gift to the college and what
a blessing she is—especially to an
otherwise dull conversation! Her
“life of the party” personality and
“do anything for you” attitude
may come from an agreeable mixture
of the mountain air and the salt
spray on which she thrives by
summer.
Ann answers, when asked her pre
ferences, “I like more than I dis
like.” As a sidelight, she wants
lots of what she likes, for instance,
tall men! She requires also that
they be “hard-to-get,” good “party
boys,” and willing to slice a rug
to Tommy Dorsey beats! When a
big event comes up, ten to one,
Ann’ll be there looking mischievous
in a demure white evening dress and
unopposed as the ‘ ‘ life of the party.”
baWy write up the event for a
On top of all this action, she’ll pro
town paper—it’s a hobby with her
as well as searching dusty corners
for Toby jifgs. There’s a golf course
located behind her house which ac
counts for another of her hobbies
—golf.
In writing of our ‘ ‘ gift” from the j
Academy, we’ll have to say it is
obvious that there’s a certain V-
12’er at Carolina who’d like to have
Ann all “tied up” for Christmas.
For once, Barber won’t talk!
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ANN BARBER
AT THE
IflcPHAIL GIFT SHOP
308 W. 5th St.
Keep In Step With
Gola
Manufactured by
BIG BOY, INC.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
ARCHIE’S
RADIO SERVICE
24-Hr., Beasonable Service
858 W. 4th St. Phone 2-1290
VOGLER SERVICE
Ambulance—Funeral Directors
Dependable for More Than 85 Tears
DIAL 6101
236 N. Main St.—Winston-Salem
Pzischal Shoe Repair Co.
W« Also Dye Shoes Any Color
“Best In Our Line”
219 W. 4th St. DIAL 4901
Welcome Salem Students
20TH CENTURY
BOWLING ALLEY
631 W. 4th St.
Bowl For Health and Becreatlon
RAY W. GOODRICH
PHOTOGRAPHER
317 W. 4th St. — Dial 7994
WELFARE’S DRUG STORE
SERVING SALEM GIRLS
THIRTY-TWO YEARS
I. R. S. Honors
Two New Deans
The I. R. S. Council honored the
new dean. Miss Katherine Bonney,
and assistant dean, Miss Sarah
Burrell with a tea Monday after
noon, November 6, from four to
five-thitty in the living room of
Louisa Wilson 'Bitting building.
Guests were received by Mrs.
Howard Eondthaler, Betty Graham,
President of the I. K. S. Council,
Miss Bonney, Miss Burrell, Norma
Rhodesj vice-president of the council,
Polly Starbuck, secretary and
treasurer, and Mrs. David Weinland.
The honorees. Miss Bonney and Miss
Burrell, were presented lovely cor
sages of gardenias and pink carna
tions.
Members of the I. E. ,S. Council
served delicous sandwiches, tea, and
cookies.
So good
with food
WINSTON COCA-COLA
BOTTLING CO.
Hockey Field Now
Full Of Activity
There’s nothing like a relaxing
gym lab after a hard day’s school
work! You stroll casually down to
tlie gym for an afternoon of relaxa
tion—planning to play golf or some
other equally soothing sport. When,
bang, just like that, you are whisk
ed into a game of hockey. There
you stand, dazed and confused,
after one of Dr. Confer’s history
tests, with a stick dangling from
one hand, when some well-meaning^
team-mate dribbles and passes the
ball to you then the fun really be- 4
gins!
Stovall comes thundering down
on you with that wicked stick of
hers. You look up, but no it couldn’t
be—yes, those two malevolent look
ing individuals behind the little
steel cages are Denning and Heit-
man. By this tiiMe, the ball is deep
in your own territory again, and
you sigh with relief that the crisis
has passed.
Suddenly both teams surge back
up the field as Barb Watkins swats
a fifty-yard drive directly at you.
Rosalind plark swoops down on
you and wriggles the ball down the
field. She is met at the goal by
McGee, a*formidable foe completely
equipped with knee - high shin
guards, seven pound cleated shoes,
and determination. At this crucial
point, Mary Ellen blows the whistle
and gym lab is over—thank good
ness! All you can say as you stmble
up the steps is, “when does bad
minton season start?”
Hill
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West Fourth Street
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On the Way Back From the Movie Stop at
KENT BAKERY
(Next to Montaldo’s)
FOR CHESS PIES, BUNS AND BROWNIES
FOR A TASTY MIDNIGHT SNACK!
WELCOME
SALEM STUDENTS
SPORTS’ WEAR SHOP
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