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JAMISON HALL Joan Atkinson, House President Mi- Lillian ainningham. Counselor KIRKLAND HALL Martha Fulcher, House President Miss Moll. Rogers. Counselor MARY FOl ST HALL P0U5 McDonald. House President Mi " Mar. Demnpnulos. Counselor House Presidents What woi ld we have done without kitchens in the dorms to make a decent meal once in a while or just fix a snack to relieve the strain of studying all night.- ' The davs of the water shortage were probably the only time anyone walked into the laundry or shampoo room- and found a dry floor. We owe a lot to the maids who were always there when some disaster occurred. " Beulah, I know I saw a mop in this eloset last month! " House Meeting M i.l ILFORD HALL Evie Winkler. House President Mi.. Ruth Crun. Counselor NORTH SPENCER HALL Johanne Curran. House President Mi-s Laura Anderton. Counselor
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II on si Presi dents and Counselors % LlFE in W.C. ' s DORMS is hectic and hus . but wonderful and unforgettable. Despite the many call downs and hall boards and the lectures at house and section meetings, we realize that our house presidents and our house counselors, who give up so much to share this wonderful part of college life with us. an- helping us to develop into solid and democratic Americans. While they scold us for leaving coke bottles in balls and window sills and breaking closed study, thej also overlook our water fights and other practical jokes. We ' ll always remember and treasure the small things that make up dorm life — surprise birthda parties, bridge games, the sound of stampeding feet when a telephone call is announced over the amplifier, teas in the parlor, bouse meet- ings complete with weird attire and hilarious talent shows, alarm clocks suddenly pealing in the middle of the night, the argyles we began last fall, umbrellas lining the halls on rainy days, and the dash for tubs five minutes before lights out. The house coun- selors will long remember our demonstrations on the nights before vacations began. " Is that the Bunny Hop or the ceiling falling? " COIT HALL— Brit. idrnt; Miss Julia Barrrlt. Coumelor r Prr.idrnl: Hist F.li al.rlh kine. IHNSHAW HALL— Fa.. Brown. Housr Prrsidr Javlrr Montafcur ss Hrlrn Sulli.an
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RAGSDALE HALL SHAW HALL 9 1 SP1 m I B n . ii Bristol, House President killi Jurri 11. HOUM President Helen K..-.II. 11,.,,.. IV In t. .. ,-., tadrews, Couiuelor i lie» Natalia Aharonlan, Comualor Mi- Jean Hatnleson, „ nd C Ounselors Anyone attending an R.A. volleyball or basket ha II game would assure you that W.C. girls have plenty ol dorm spirit and loyalty. For all this, we are indebted to our house presidents, who were always willing to take a few minutes to answer our questions and boost our morales, and to our house counselors, who in the midst of running the dorm, always had a friendly word for a member of " her family. " To them we can show our sincere appreciation only by saying " thanks. " House Meeting V, F.IL II U.L •egg} Ormabjr, II..,,.,- Preside Mi..,. I, ,iu- t.rug.in. Cum.t-l,,! WINHELD hall It,-, k. Smith. Honse President Mi-. YLirjorir L,-« n:iril. Cmm.i-lor WOU WS HALL Gloria ..lliii- Honse Preside Mi.- Josephine Schaeffer, mm
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