Clipped From The Ada Weekly News
all or have There to o" a thr gooc o t super in own i 2:45 plant in it spread wid* and 4 feet deep. here at Alumni Frequent College Campus During Vacations Vacation time may mean travel travel or work for m a n y college students. But to several East Central State college students it has afforded afforded the opportunity to revisit Alma Mater and maintain friendships. friendships. Throughout the current summer summer students have made brief visits to the college campus to take care of business and see college college friends. Usually, by previous planning' and arrangement, the students return in groups to assure assure them of companionship during during the visit, Mrs. Rose Fooshec, matron oÂ£ Knight Hall, said at least a dozen girls have made such visits. Mrs. A. J. Ady said a similar occur- ence had taken place in Fentem Hall where she is matron. Some of the students who have made such visits are Kay Klinglesmith, Klinglesmith, Macomb; Johnanna Jones, Duncan; Mary Jane Spencer. Betty Betty Willingham and Edith Montgomery, Montgomery, Tecumseh; Eleanor Adams, Adams, Ho'denville; Mary Lou Walker, Walker, Konawa; Patti Russell, Wewoka; Wewoka; Doris McCombie, Serr.in- ole; Patsy Hogue, Asher; Joyce Haynes, Canadian; and Marjorie Gray, Eufaula. Boys', who have made visits include include Frankie Basinger, McLoud; Roy Joe Grimes, Elmore City; Johnny W a r r e n , Holdenville; Charles Sullenger, Tulsa; Herschel Herschel Sahmount, Lawton; LeRoy Land, and Bob Lewis, Oklahoma City.