February 01, 1956
Image 3 Spelman reflections. ([Atlanta, Georgia]) 1956-195?, February 01, 1956, Image 3
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I10S ' AITYTHI1TG— (c ont inuo d)
POLLY” TIC miTG
VJill any of the mice concerned
bo looking Tor THE PERFECT HOHE ?
According to an Iowa newspaper-
’A house big enough to keep the
wife from going homo out small
enough to keep llothcr-in-law from
By no means do wo intend to
overlook those young ladies wear
ing those lovely fraternity pins.
At any moment now we expect to
hear that they have been further
honored with diamonds. That is
something to look forward to ,
girls, work toward it 11
We can’t help expressing our
congratulations to a former mem
ber of the Senior class,'Ilrs,
Catherine Adams, nee Brooks, who
finished this past semester and
is presently housekeeping and
Congratulations to the winners
of the 1 You-ITamc-It ’ contest.
1st prise goes to Garandl Swanson
2nd to Rebecca Gordon and 3rd to
Helen Langford, Hay your prises
be well spent. Better luck next
time to those many and wonderful
people who responded and made
the contest a sucoss,
we often use the word
It may be used to mean
frequency or a part of a
It may bo a slang ox-
or a ’vision’ which
itself in art. This is
Loo Katz is our man.
s came to Spolman In
September as Artist in Residence
Since then, his job has expanded
to Include teacher, confidant,
guide, slide-maker and collector,
ye-opener and peace-maker.
Above a 13- Mr, ICatz is a sincere
devoted norson. Ho knows , co
loves what he
Almost everyone who saw Hr.
Katz’s recent exhibit at the At
lanta Art Association Gallery
was one11bound by the craftsman
shin and strength of his graphic
work and his painting Vortex.
When explaining nroat
Katz has often said
a while a creative,
son gets a quick'
like a radio beam,
him a now idea..
Perhaps it was
the Whitney Found.-
Mr. Katz to Spcl-
coning in loud and
Hr, Katz, and we’ll bo
to "develop "our vision,
fy ■'-o V . /|V»
U1 U ^ * J-J.# »
that once in
such a 'beam
ation to send
man, 'You arc
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Do you know Harilyn Fran cis?
If not, get to know her...She is
A wonderful little person who
comes to our campus from the Vir
gin Islands, Harilyn, we hope
your school life at Spolman will
be one of your richest experiences.
Only the pure in heart can make
a good soup,
”As a man is' judged by the com
pany he keeps, so is ho judged by
the English he speaks.”
"When you get right down to it,
how will algebra help us find a