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The Salemite. volume (None) 1920-current, September 27, 1924, Image 1

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PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS Motto: “SAIL ON, SALEM” IS ONE PHASE OF SALEM SPIRIT Winston-Salem, N. C., Saturday, September 27, 19i COLONEL WILLIAM A. BLAIR LECTURES AT HISTORY CLUB Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Entertain Student Body Early Methods of Trans-portation is Subject of An Interesting Address at First Regular Meeting of the Cbd) For the Year 1924-25 jcct “Early Methods Transpor- old world—in Egypt; in hugt bTocks”orstraT*c8vered with il he found the base o: m road and on it he ^r of his church, so In the early days of North Caro- g^was necessary done by “the'^purpose”; or^ as'^1™"] .cry humorously put it in made many years ago. In those days, all goods was brought to Wil mington by vessel, thence via the and on wagons from there to West- from^New’^Mexic^ had made^ the pilgrimage. One of their trails ex tended from the western part of the State, by High Point, Asheboro, Fayetteville, and Carthage, to the coast of North Carolina, and it is this trail which is today one of the "ir^tt'banTorLravians settled in Bethania, some few miles the North Caro- The idea spread to New York and A Sketch ( The MacDowell ( The aim was to st t in music, art, and eans of social ent the wife of the r members of the club, and the de partments vied with each other, so to speak, in enlarging the aim of the club, and making the meetings more interesting. The English De- Quite frequently the members in dulge in a picnic. These are always helor Daddy," and many ot Gift of New Books For The Library iss Cora A. Harris, of Char- The Teaching of History Civics. The New Voter. Teaching of History. Rural and Social Problems. Taxation. The History of American Pe^, This gift is indicative of the in- lege, and ^'i^ewise of the greatest lefter accompanying the books that CONTINUED DISCUSSION OF ORGANIZATIONS WEDNESDAY Scientific Society to he Organized Under Direction of Science Department; MacDowell did) Clearly Presented By Miss Duncan. one^wTll’hatxhU oTheTddUrTeYdy which, in reality, is the “Society of by Eloise Willis. She read the part talked of “Salem Spirit” was evi-I The object is to be the uniting mm who came wifh a bit'^f\ h^mt cLtd actfoT^Lr ^hrTdvaneement began to'uiink““There’s^Z‘'’piaee | of^^ thfsdencrs'^ The Like Salem.” To add to the jollity society wishes not only to keep in of the party, Margaret Hartsell touch' with the development of at the p"i"no, whife EoT Aston“sang ' U^ons,' but alsrtr“rou"sc tlirLte^ aied’thrttreTgro^up gTve‘'IT‘ta- a piece of green. It is ne& Miss AHce Keeney To Direct Alumnae Record i Record remains to be as- Two chit are to be to , e of a high s jects in all the high school of the 1 and work of the club for t. benefit of the new girls and the new faculty. The club, formed five 11 ’club,” after the thfs ^kle^ wTs^^aTried Vut*^ with the aid of Mr. Higgins. The very enjoyed i B of one dollar per aim of the club Junior WedcHnp^ Wednesday Night A marriage of ii D the bride of Mr. Knowitall, i” and “I Love You Truly”; '"'the strains of the Lohen grin’s Wedding March, Mr. Ade laide Wright and Mr. Rachel Phil ips, the ushers, entered and took their places near the altar. Mr. I. They were followed by Miss ude Mott,^ maid^of ho^n^or. The I, who gave her in marriage. j’luchS'Uowed'^rLrat y were met at the altar by the Science Club To Be Organized At Salem which heretofore has remained un filled. It was to fill such a place The object of such a society is the advancement of scientific knowl edge in all its phases. This will, of course, stimulate interest in scien- its kind, both local and natilnal. *'”’'rdViLTto°th™Xb"*"Tr^ So- y of ^Science wHl be one of high

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