The Call Number, Volume 7, Number 8, May 1946 Page: 34
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At last L The YUCCA's out t And we're not over our pride in Jo yet.
Come to library school and learn to be a cover girl I
And then there's the feature, "A Trip Through the Library," which
commanded more Space than even "Spot". Furthermore, we'll bet that Miss
Self and Wanda Kellar are the only persons in the YUCCA who have nine
pictures on only two pages
Oie last compliment to the YUCCA--It passed the supreme test, for it was
"well-integrated." And maybe we'll even forgive it eventually for omitting
the McCracken Club and Alpha Lambda Sigma pictures.
"The beat fish of all go to Library Skall" (O.K., O.K.; but it rhymes.)
is our theme song now, with four freshmen library service students being
initiated into Gammadion honor society, April 18. These genii are Audra
Brock, June Martin, Patsy Ruth Miller, and Mary Mudd.
Were especially glad to announce that 1Mrs. Delwin Williamson, formerly
Ruth Gage and a worker in the bindery, is now residing in Denton at 421
"The best fish of ool go to Library School," I repeat, since half of the
officers of next years Junior Maky Arden Club are frosh L.S. majors,
Colleen Stewart (treasurer) and Evelyn Lemon (reporter).
Our model couple, George and Frances Henderson, visited John Willinkham
in Santa Fe, N.M., during the spring holidays.
And speaking of models, did you see Jo Bridges, Wanda Kellar, and Winon
Ball sashaying across the stage in the annual spring style show April 26?
They say the criminal always returns to the scene of the crime, which,
for some strange reason, reminds me that Agnes Nugent and Inez Willoughby,
former library service students, visited our department May 4th.
It really doesn't take much intelligence or even ability to become an
aunt, but from the way recent aunts Anna McClellan and Margaret Cowan have
been bragging, youtd think there was just a little something lacking in us
less prolific ones.
There's sure nothing lacking in Marianna Chandler, who was representative'
at the regional meeting of the council of Alpha Chi, THE scholarship sooiTty,
at San Marcus, April 26th and 27th.
Congratulations are due to Mary Ruth Holland on her new position in the
Gladewater Public Library.
Dorotha Linn (who lost her 400 notebook) should be consoled by the fact
that she was named co-society editor of the CAPUS CHAT for the summer, and
also was elected reporter for the Senior Current Literary Club for next year.
Jo, you've really had enough space for one issue, but news is news, so -
Flash i Miss Josephine Bridges has been elected reporter of the Girlst Forum
for next year.
One last note...Every afternoon (almost), a very good-mooking man comes
hopefully into the library service room. We glance up hopefully until he
asks hopefully, "Have you seen Martha?" And Kunkel's never there.
- Beverly Goodhart
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