4ovember 5, 1954 THE SALEMITE Page Three ■ >#i .. • ^. . .ys*vi$r ■ - Vtr i. ’ ■ ■'■ ■-■■■:. -V i"3 . i%[ ■ ■..■■■-■—■ ■ TA College Heads Meet In City :t-} J5 . I 'is, TOWN STEAKHOUSE h, I mf't. ill mils Russell Crews > ® Four organizations of North Carolina college officials tonight conclude their annual meetings in Winston-Salem. The North Carolina Council of Church Related Colleges met Thursday morning at Salem in the living room of Bitting. The Salem Choral Ensemble sang at the meet ing; afterwards, luncheon was ser ved in the club dining room. Dr. Gramley, with other presi dents and delegates from all North Carolina colleges, attended the North Carolina College Conference meetings yesterday and today at Hotel Robert E. Lee. Also meeting on Thursday at the hotel were the registrars from col leges in the state. Miss Simpson represented Salem. The other organization, the N. C. Foundation of Church Related Col leges, a fund raising group repre senting 24 colleges, met today at the hotel for luncheon. Speakers at the various sessions were: Roy Armstrong, admissions director in North Carolina; Edwin Gill, state treasurer; and Dr. James T. Cleland of Duke University Divinity School. Q UAL I T Y FOOD S. Hawthorne Phone 2-0005 zll) 7()()UK'N P When you pause...make It count..;have a Coke Salem Students ApplaudRussell Wor Thirtj'Five Year Service )f i By Louise Barron I “For he’s a jolly good fellow, for - he’s a jolly good fellow—On .! October 14, this song was heard ■I coming from the Salem dining j room. ' The girls that were singing j these words were standing and ap- ; plauding a man wearing a white ; apron and a large white chef’s cap. :he man was Russell Crews and ithe day marked his thirty-fifth .'ear at Salem. I went to talk to Russell about ■’these thirty-five years and found ,^iim in the bake shop cutting cakes ^anto squares for dinner. We sat fe ovvn at one of the tables and fussell began to tell me about his first days at Salem. The year was 1919. A young 'man began waiting on the senior tables in the dining room at Salem College on October 14. He plan ned to work only a week. In fact, he told a friend who worked in the laundry “that he was leaving this crummy place”. The laundryman, who had been at the college for thirty years, tried to convince the young man that he might change his mind. The young man’s answer was, “I’ll never stay here thirty years.” But Russell did stay. He says now that he hopes to be at Salem thirty-five more years because it is “a pleasure to work here among the girls”. He has come a long way from those first days spent on tables. In 1921 he began working in the kitchen and did everything from washing pots to bringing in sup plies. Three years later, he began cooking. Since then he has cooked in three different kitchens. He said he had worn out two but the third one was about to wear him out. When Russell first saw the pre sent kitchen eight years ago, he wanted all the girls to see it too. It was then that he started having kitchen parties during exams. He had cooked for kitchen part ies at summer camps and some girls liked them so much that they promised him they would come to Salem. Some of them did just that. Russell also told me some things about his family. He has four children—two boys and two girls. His youngest boy is now in his last year of college at Union Uni versity in Richmond. His other three children are al ready out of college. One of them is now studying at Julliard and another has received her Masters degree in Sociology. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OE THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY WINSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. "Coke” is a regijiered trade-mark. © 1954, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY SUCCESS STORY FOR TWO.. . and how if started Joanne Dru started her career as a model of teen-ager clothes. But it was her 6-year study of dancing that won her a part in a Broadway musical . . . which led to film stardomjn Hollywood. There she met John frolond, ex-mara- thon swimmer, amateur actor, stock player, Broadway star—now a brilliant director. Today they are man-and-wife partners in sparkling new screen hits. B. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.» Winston Salem, N. C, Is '' We mode the discovery -fo9efher fhof Cornels ore •fruly’ mild -wd-h Q 300d, rich •flovof other brands Just don't have! You^ try , Camels-you'll agree ' ' Q€>ou4ie lovely Hollywood star and her famous aetor-direetor husband '* y Start smoking Camels yourself! Make the 30-Day Camel k Mildness Test. Smoke only Camels for 30 days! ^ ^ "S'- . \ ii«i m-;: m,. SUCCESS STORY: Camels — America's most popular cigarette ... by fot' CAMELS 'ht ivjote pfeasufe.