Three Seniprs |Campus Shots
(Continued From Page One)
Bowman, Carolyn Kneeburg, Bar
bara Kuss, Betsy Liles, Audrey
Bindley, Betty Riddle, Freda Siler,
Betty Claire Warren, Betty Lynn
Freshmen on the Dean’s List
i^ere: Louise Barron, Donald Cold-
well, Ella Ann Lee, Elizabeth
Norris, Agnes Rennie, Mary Mc-
Neely Rogers, Eleanor Smith,
Anne Tesch, Eleanor Walton.^
I special students on the Dean’s
List were: Mrs. Margaret Craig,
Guillemette Roussel, Hadwig Stol-
%vitzer, Mrs. Rosita Thacker.
All the black circles under the
eyes gone ... a few extra pounds
Dr. Welch Honored
[Miss Essie Shouse, A Salemite
iSince 1915, Loves College Girls
Recently Dr. Elizabeth Welch
was appointed to serve in several
positions concerned with education
in the state. Through joint desig
nation of Dr. Gramley and Charles
F. Carroll, State Superintendent of
Public Instruction, she represents
i Salem now as a member of the
i Advisory Council on Teacher Edu-
^ Also she has been named to two
committees by NCEA president E.
N. Howell. These are the Plan
ning Commission and the Future
Teacher Advisory Committee.
By Jane Smith
T’ve been at Salem since 1915.
[Now isn’t that a sight?” Miss
Essie told me laughingly. I agreed
I that it was quite an achievement.!
‘‘A month or two at a time is the
(longest I’ve been away from here
hoo.” ■■ ■ '
Miss Essie — nobody ever calls
;|her Miss Shouse — is from Rural^
!‘Hall. Her apartment in Sisters
9 House is filled with antiques and
I pictures of her family. Miss Essie
ilhas a number of nieces and nep-
ihews of whom she is quite proud,
iAlmost every Sunday afternoon her
^apartment i« filled with relatives
iand friends. |
, “I love children and college
-rgirls,” Miss Essie told me. She
[must love college girls to put up
with all she does. One afternoon
last fall a group of women were
coming out to tour Sisters House.
Miss Essie came in our living room
and said, “Now girls, Marie and I
have cleaned this room thoroughly.
Please now, try to keep it clean
for just two hours.” We probably
didn’t either. But we all know that
when a drawer gets broken or we
have a leaking faucet in our rooms.
Miss Essie will see that it gets re
Anybody who works from 6 a.m.
to 6 p.m., as Miss Essie does,
should enjoy praise. But not Miss
Essie—she is so modest that we
could hardly get her to have her
picture made. She turns praise
aside with a shy remark that she
enjoys working. I believe she does.
from that homecooking . .. . Jo
seeing Winston for just four hours
. . ; Beauty’s Tyrone . . . Jean
Davenport’s new car . . . Peggy
Keel’s departure for Alabama . . .
the trip to Washington this week
end . . . Marian Lewis’s basketball
team . . . “Pook” Johnson’s naval
engagement . . . Sarah Sue’s sad
story . w . ■ Student’s amazement
over the youthful Tom Scott . . .
Pat Marsh’s Clarence’s beard . . .
All the brides-to-be leaving school
. . . Alice’s roommate going to
Florida ... Joy Dickson and Anne
Campbell’s reliving “Fancy Dress”
. . . the flu germ . . . excitement
over Germans . . . Anne Merritt’s
room getting torn up . . . Pat
Locke washing the cat in Strong
. . . Selma’s crew cut . . . Lucy
and Tyler: the math whizzes . . .
Boots forsaking the Navy for the
Air Force . . . the Helsabecks
making plans with Mr. Stork.
Willie ’taking an \ English course
. . . Jane Carolyn, Kit Ingram and
Bessie getting new curls . . .
Nellie Barrow enjoying the hospi
tality of a small town . . Future
editors worrying about their edition
of the Salemite.
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1036 S. Main St.
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HERE IS THE OUTSTANDING
! OUTDOOR MOVIE OF THE YEAR!
I - .f
One girl alone ... in a love starved
wilderness with four lawless wanderers
of the Waste Lands!
ROBERT RYAN & RALPH MEEKER
“The NAKED SPUR”
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Tweetie Pie Cartoon &'‘Latest News
■ Late Show Sat. Night
W inston and All Next Week
too, for she is always neat and
smiling. Her cheerful good morn
ings and hellos make us feel better
as we rush to an 8:30 class.
When we hear . somebody walk
ing quickly down the hall we
know that it is Miss Essie; going
to empty an ashtray or to hurry
up Marie. For with such an effi
cient housekeeper, we are certain
to have clean buildings and rooms.
IN . -
MOTHER & DAUGHTER
Corner Liberty and
878 W. Fourth
525 S. Main Street
open to College students
Sat. and Sun. night.
Dance by Candlelight! I
■ Ike accent's on hi-jinks at the
Winter Carnival and a happy part
of tke occasion is refreshment...
with delicious ice-cold Coca-Cola.
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE L OCA-COLA COMPANY BY
WINSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
“Coke” b a regbtered trade-mark.
1953, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY