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When we enter the Student Counselors ottice on the second floor, we find CI
worndn who is on understanding triend ond cr orcrcticdl business worndn. Her brisk
kindness buoys or downccist student up more thon ony other niethod could ever do.
She sees our problems through our eyes, but nigltes suggestions with more experi-
enced ones. Although she is ciwnstgntly busy, she glwgys stops to do the more irn-
portdnt duty ot diding ci perplexed student.
Mrs. Edith Clorrl: Sniiih wos born gbjwut tvfenty tniles south of Abilene otnd
moved to town with her pgrents gt the :ige of six. Her secondcirv educdtion inf
cluded kindergarten with "Grondnig" Martin, grctziiingr school in the then-cdlled
Central Wdrd, ond grcrducttion troni Abilene High School gnd trofn Sinirnons Col-
lege. She received her A. B. degree in 13241, nicrioring in English find niinoring in
psychology ond philosophy, She hos olso ottended three suinnier terins ot the
University ot Southern Cdlitornid.
After twenty-one yerirs ot teaching, lvlrs Sinith ogn count eighteen in the Abilene
School system. She devoted three yegrs to Trgvis, three to :nusic supervision,
ond three to English in the High Sixhool before she vos inode Student Counselor.
Even yet she hds one treshniun ond one senior English cldss, serving equolly
well ds teocher ond counselor.
e-YM. W. P.
Student Counselor Mrs. Edith C. Smith, A. B.