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Top Scholars Receive Recognition
Honors and awards for academic
achievement during the past semes
ter and the past school year were
announced September 19 at the
opening assembly of Salem’s 193rd
session by Academic Dean Ivy M.
Winners of the 1962 President’s
Prizes, announced last year, include
Mary Stewart Rosenblatt, biology;
Cacky Hubbard, classical langu
ages; Jerry Johnson, home eco
nomics; Gretchen Wampler, music;
Mary Dameron, physical education;
Jerry Johnson, religion; Dottie
Girling, freshman English; Betty
Bullard, sophomore research; Mar
garet Persons, highest freshman
average; and Nancy Knott, highest
Junior Jerry Johnson received the
Gordon Gray Award for highest
sophomore average, and senior
Marty Paisley was awarded the
Mollie Cameron Tuttle Award.
Seniors receiving Class Honors
for 1962-63 were Frances Bailey,
Becky Gaston, Margy Harris,
Nancy Hutchins, Betsy Johnson,
Tish Johnston, Nancy Knott, Ann
Marie Martin, Margaret Perkins,
Susan Purdie, Alice Reid, Mary
Stewart Rosenblatt, Frances Speas,
and Wookie Workman. In addi
tion to the preceding, those winning
places on the Dean’s List include
Jo Dunbar, Paula Macpherson,
. , . Marty Paisley, Anne Romig, Con-
majors curricular activities in high school • r> ,
• - nie Rucker and Anne Simons.
Three Freshmen Receive
Four Year Scholarships
Juniors Susanne Boone, Gaye
Three freshman math ... _ . _
have been selected as the first re- as Chief Marshal, president of the
cipients of Salem’s new four-year Tri-Hi-Y, and as salutatorian of p' ' -n i i
scholarship. The Salem scholars her graduating class. Dukate, Barbara
p , tt . r T- Gardner, Nancy Gardner, Cacky
are Barbara Hooten from Frede- u t i . t
ncksburj Virginia; Ann McNeill ComfTlittee FumisHeS McCIement, and Wendy McGlinn
from Elkin; and Becky Scott from , „ , ,
Winston-Salem. PamrMiC Wifh \ro. the Dean s List for two
„ , . , , Campus W itn IC© semesters, thus gaming Class
Each girl was selected on the ' Tr„
basis of her college board scores. The Concessions Committee an- the second semesteT^ml/^ were
nounces the arrival of an ice ma- Carole Blackburn, Judy Gillespie
a t erne telling why she waimed the placed in the and Carol Weidner.
scholarship. The precise amount of basement utility room of Clewell. Sonhomore Class Honors rvere at
the scholarships ranges from $200 win • • a r i sopnomore Class Honors rveie at-
^ ^ With the commission earned from tamed by Brenda Bethel, Ceci
to $1200 a year, depending on need. concessions sold in the dormi- Boren, Anne Cleino, Betsy Fowler,
■ *d b niain- year, the committee was J«dy Gilliam, Judy Kincheloe, Lucy
the"schokrsMrf*nnmil^nv able to purchase the ice machine McCallum, Barbara Mallard, Mar- New faces seen around the square are Dr. Margaret E. Weitzner, Mr.
I j ri u by the whole student body, saret Persons, Phyllis Sherman, Errol M. Clauss, and Mrs. Blevyn H. Wheeler who are among Salem’s
Barbara, who would like to be a - . . ^ ^ ^ Linda Tunstall, and Gretchen new faculty,
mathematician, s.i.cted Saiem be- The tee „ tree ot charge. ^
cause of friends here. She was ^he committee also donated a List for the second semester in
active in high school as a cheer- $500 scholarship to be used at the Lottie Girling, Kay Isen- - ”'
leader, secretary of the senior class, administration’s discretion. Part of hour, Jan Norman, Tavy Seawell
and secretary of the honor society, the travel expenses of the Salem and Ann Strain. Nine new faculty members have has begun work on his Ph. D. He
She would like to pursue some of delegate attending the NSA Con- Announcement of the three fresh *be Salem College teaching has served as instructor, graduate
her interests at Salem after finding ference in Bloomingfield Indiana three fr^ t „ the English Department, teaching fellow, and research assis-
o.,t the txrne hp c 1 Bioominghew, Indiana, „an scholarship winners, Barbara Mrs. Blevyn H. Wheeler replaces tant at Emory
pcctcd of her 'T r ■ “r ., “»“">■ *"» '•>- «r.t .eme„„. The Science Department „el-
Last year s Concessions Commit- Scott, terminated the list of awards. She received her B. A. from Wake comes Mr. Donald E. McLeod as
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Nine Faculty Join Staff
Both Becky and Ann would like ^^3 composed of Chairman
to teach college math after com- „ „ p ,
„ Susanne Boone, Patsy Askew,
pleting a Masters Degree. Becky
English teacher in high school was
an alumna and spoke well of her
alma mater. Also the idea of a
small school appealed to Becky,
ng a Masters Degree. Becky at m iv/r r ^7IV©S
e Salem because a favorite ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ T H T IL
ish teacher in high school was Bourdeaux, and Mrs. Heidbreder, hOUncJer S Day Talk
Forest College and her M. A. from assistant professor of biology. Mr.
the University of North Carolina. McLeod has taught at °Brevard
Her teaching experience includes High School and Brevard College,
four years at Gray, Monroe, and He received his A. B. from Guil-
Oakboro High Schools, two years ford College and his M. S. from
Assembly program on Tuesday Virginia University, and the University of Michigan.
aTTKNTTOM 0^tober 1, will be Student Govern- ‘he School of Music, Mrs.
. - ■ ^ Weitzner joins the George Henry Horne replaces Mr.
who served in high school as presi- ^ , g. t t me those Modern Language staff as assistant Heideman for the year. She has a
dent of the National Honor Society, B»ean Hixson has announced that members of Legislative and Judicial professor. She holds a B. A. from B. M. from the University of Louis-
junior marshal, and member of the enrollment of Salem will Boards who were not installed last York State Teachers College ville and an M. M. from Yale. She
Anchor Club. probably reach 500 after all special spring will be installed. and M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from has had private study in New York
Ann, too, was influenced in her students have completed registra- Thursday, October 3, the Found- University of Wisconsin. She City and Marlboro School of Music,
choice of Salem by an alumna, her tion. Earlier this week the enroll- er’s Day speaker will be Dr Ken- ‘^^lught previously at the University Her experience includes teaching
mother, who is active in the Salem ment totalled 495, with 95 seniors, Hamilton. A retired bishop ^ Wisconsin, New York State piano at the University of Louis-
Alumnae Association and who had 95 juniors, 114 sophomores, 144 j Moravian Church Dr Ham I®Carmel High ville, William Woods College, and
always wanted Ann to attend freshmen, 45 special students, and ° Church, Dr Ham- School. Yale University Music School, as
ys wanted Ann to attend ilton is familiar with the history Mr. Errol M. Clauss, instructor well as private teaching and solo
Salem. Ann participated in extra- 2 foreign students.
Government Gives Grants
For Graduate Research
In Fifty-One Countries
Welcome to Salem! Greeting the freshmen as they arrive on
Were members of the Orientation Committee.
of the Salem community and col- in history, received his B. A. from work.
Gettysburg College and his M. A. Betty J. Crossley (B. M.,
from Emory University, where he f^idiana University; M. M., East
man School of Music; Ph. D. in
progress) comes to Salem as assis
tant professor of music. She taught
at Grinnell College for five years
and Augustana College for two
years. She has played first violin
with many symphonies and has
served as concert mistress under
Leonard Bernstein and Charles
Mr. Stanley Lewis, instructor in
Only a few more weeks remain maintenance); and Travel-Only Salem after having
'n which to apply for a 1964-65 awards which supplement main- Fulton and Murray
U. S. Government grant for grad- tenance and tuition scholarships 'Ta/"
uate study or research abroad, awarded by a university, private Guilford Musical Arts Center.
Competition for the scholarships, donor or foreign government B- M. and M. M. de-
available to qualified graduate stu- 1 r -u-i-t • grees from Peabody Conservatory
dents under the Fulbright-Hays ri ^ V H of Music and has done graduate
Act, is administered by the Insti- ” T’ f ® study at Georgia State College,
tute of International Education. sional trainin^'^'^T Stowers (B. A., At-
I„ addition „Hch “f.T.ant S 'r“lf W”-”
provide round-trip transportation to the proposed study project and r Caro-
any one of 51 countries, as well as good health. Preference is’given p elementary
tuition and maintenance for one to applicants under 35 years of age. vGn of f
academic year, two other types of Ati r r j r , ■ student teachers in elemen-
grants are available: Joint U. S./ education at Salem College.
. fr J formation for students may be ob- Mr. James E. Burgess, who holds
°oo from Dean Ivy Hixson. In- a certificate in socll work frotf
cooperatively by the U. S. (which dividual department heads have the University of North Carolina
Sunday provides travel) and a foreip coun- lists of countries offering oppor- lectures in juvenile delinquency at
try (which provides tuition and tunities in particular fields, Salem College.