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By Rose Ba
Festivities for the big Pi Kappa
Phi weekend commenced last Fri-
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day evening with a cabin party
on the Airport Road and a late
breakfast at the liouse. After a
light lunch Saturday, the crowd
adjourned to the Vet's Club for
(.an afternoon party, and following
this a buffet supper was served
at the house by stewart Charlie
Their week end reached its cli
max on Saturday evening with
the Hose Bali held in Wn-
! man's Gym. During intermission,
j awards for the year were made
: to Alfred Strauss, Tenefly, .N. J.,
who received Best-Pledge plaque,
iand Hal Paderick, Kinston, Best-
Paddle medal. Taking the spot
! light was newly elected Rose of
j Pi Kappa Phi, Jean Tiller of
Leakesville. Archon Billy Wil
; kerson. her escort, presented her
with a loving-cup and bouquet of
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KA SPONSORS FOR THE OLD SOUTH BALL, to 'be -held in Raleigh Saturday night arc, top
row, left to right. Betsy liynum, Winston-Salem, with .Dick Thompson, High Point. UNC; Kash Davis
Weldon, with Henry Cooper, Wake Forest, UNC secretary of Old South Ball Committee; and Mary
Wood, Day tona Beach, Fla., with Charlie Brewer, Oxford. UNC, publicity chairman: bottom row,
left to right, Mary.Flannery, Miami, Fia., with Louis MeLenan, Atlanta, Georgia, Duke: Marilyn
Stokes, Canton, N. Y., with Tom Wolfe, Albemarle, Duke chairman; Anne Buchanan. Durham, with
Albert Orr, Monroe, State College, and Judy Kendal, Middleton, Ohio, with Miles Boyer, Charlotte,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa
Alpha, and Delta Sigma Pi fra
ternities have completed cere
monies for intiating their pledges
into active membership.
New actives of Xi chapter of
Sigma , Alpha Epsilon are Cart
Carmichael, Durham; Henry Con
ner, Charleston, S. C; Robert
Gibbon, Charlotte; John Hanes,
Charlotte; Alec McMillan, Char
lotte; George Mountcastle, Winston-Salem;
Tommy Pace, Green
ville; Webb Sherrill, Bloomfield,
N. J.; Richard Spangler, Char
lotte; . Jim Whitton, Larchmont,
N. Y., and Bill Ruffin, Durham.
An informal party was held at
the chapter house following the
i jmuauon, Awaras were given to
;Alec ' McMillan, Outstanding
, Pledge, and Bill ; Ruffin, Highest
I Scholastic Average.
i Upsilon chapter of Kappa Al-
pha fraternity initiated ten in
j ceremonies held last week. A
ptag party in honor of the new
actives followed the services.
( Continued from pnii 1
min Harward, Moncuro; Bill Dale Morrison, J:.. Miami. Fu.:
Heatliee, Aslieville: Frank Hoop-1 Tiny Morrov, , 1L n.lcrr onvilic ;
er, Massena, N. Y.; Harry Horton, ! Chuck Nor then J, Ch::pcl Iliii;
Jr., Asheville: Al House.- Hob- '. Bob Payne. G:stoni.i; Bill I'ur.vC.
good; Ben James. Jr.. Jackson-; Rochester, N. Y.
ville, Fla.; James Johnson, High ; J)e ynvotu Edc.n,,,ri Iuu
Point; Graham Jones, Winston-; Rhl)ad A-hrville; Zan- Rolw
Salem; Jay Joseph, Vineland, N. bins Vvin.ton-Salcm; Paul Roth,
J.; Bob Kaufman. Mt. Vernon. N. : Asheville; Judy SanXord. Chat
Y.; John Kennedy. I-'ayc-tteville; : ham, N. J.; Robin Scruggs. Ra
Jim Lamm. Mt. Airv. 1 itigh: Gievinl,. Jiidei, Demcn;
iJohn Sl.i::.p, Cla:k-bur, v,'. Va.;
John Langley, Itinston: Ed Love . Frances Swoatt. Chaiicttc: Anne
IK. Lincolnton: Jim i.Intvre. I T'!Wnfcnd- M.ishiJ:. V..: Buddy
, " i vaden. Washington, D. C; Bar-
Ellerbe; Dorothy Manas, Wil-
bara Whipple. I-Vrrj-. Gu.; Arthur
Tirnofnn Ti.l A 1 1 o n TTillcir it- , ,
""a1""' . -t:". : vv insor, ji., v jiypel iiiii; ana
Miami. Fla.: Jim Mills. Charlotte; 1 Peggy Wood. Chattanooga. Tf-nn.
Field Enterprises Interviewing
For Sales Jobs"
Marshall Field TTifterpfises" representative will be
on the campus Thursday afternoon to interview stu
dents for full time or summer selling jobs. This
great national enterprise has many wonderful op
portunities to offer either graduating students or
underclassmen. Many executives with this organiza
tion began their career as college students. Marshall
Field owns Simon and Schuster Publications, Pocket
Books, Inc., Chicago Sun Times newspaper, Parade
Magazine, several radio stations, and is also the pub
lisher of CHILDCRAFT and WORLD BOOK En
cyclopedia. The interviewing will be held at 2:00
o'clock Thursdav in Room 317 Bingham Hall.
Hold Old South Ba
! Recently initiated brothers are
i Charlie Aldridge, Macon, Ga.;
(Kent Bradlej St. Petersburg,
I Fla.; Tom Bulla, High Point;
: Bcale Carter. Newsomes, Va.; Ned
j -Harbin, Winston-Salem; H. V.
: Murray, Burlington: Bill Proctor,
i Raleigh; Ned Russell, Southport,
Conn.; Charlie Rodenbough, Wal
jnut Cove, and Hilliard Staton,
Chapters of the Kappa Alpha
Order from Duke Universitj",
North Carolina. State College, and
the University of North Carolina
will join in Raleigh Saturday for
their third annual Old South Ball.
Each year throughout the na
tional fraternity,' members cele
brate their, founding" -which took
place in 1865 at Washington Col
lege, now Washington and Lee
University, as "the old Southern
Based on the ideals of the Old
South, as embodied in Robert E.
Lee, the KA's .will bring back
the days of hoop skirts and gra
cious, living when they again se
cede from the union for a week
end of costumed festivity.
A noon reception and banquet
is planned at the Carolina Coun
try Club. Howard P. Locke, Sen
ior Counselor of the Order, wil?
deliver a brief address on "The
Ideals of Kappa Alpha." The
groups wTill then adjorun to Me
morial Auditorium where they
will organize for a costumed pa
rade, beginning at 4 o'clock. The
parade will proceed up Fayette
ville .Street to the Confederate
tel Sir Walter from 8 until 12
o'clock. The K A Rose, chosen by
dignitaties at the Ball, will be
crowned during intermission. Ted
Weems and his orchestra will
furnish music for the dance.
For the parade and dance, the
boys will be dressed as Confed
erate soldiers or planters of the
ante-bellum days. In keeping
with their costumes, many of the ! "the South's gonna rise again
members will exhibit a variety of
beards which ; have been pains
takingly cultivated for the oc
casion. The girls will don full
hoop skirts for the dance to cont
pletethe plantation theme of de
corations. Once again "suhs," southern
belles, and Confederate money
will reign for a weekend when
Receiving membership recently
into the Alpha Lambda chapter
of Delta Sigma Pi, Business Ad
ministration fraternity, were Al
Buie, Maxton; George Burton,
Rocky Mount; Freddie Cash, Jr.,
Apex; Jerry Farmer. Bailey: Dick
Hart, Asheville; Bob Hutchinson,
Rockingham; Tom Jetton, Char
lotte; Ken Lynch, Selma; Jim
McNeill, Mt. Airy; Jim Page,
Henderson, Herman Preston,
Winston-Salem, and Al Wellons,
Dick Penegar, rising senior
from Gastonia, lias been re-elected
president of the Alpha Mu
chapter of Kappa Sigma frater
nity for the coming year.
Other recently installed offi
cers for 1951-52 are Vice Presi
dent John Dortch, Cuba; Secre
tary Clem Johnson, Benson;
Treasurer Ben Lackey, Winston
Salem; Master of Ceremonies Dan
Perry, Kinston; Guards Frank
Davenport, Timmonsville, S. C,
and Herbert Sugg, Kinston.
Interfraternity Council Repre
sentative George Freeman. Ra
leigh: House Manager - Herbert
monument on the Capital grounds Spaugh, Charlotte: Pledge Mas-
where the official secession cere
mony will take place.
The Ball will be held in the
Virgmia Dare Room of the Iio-
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THE FASHION PARADE
Urban Suburban Footnote to
Spring in this practical but
dressy Spectator always a
hit in the Summer fashion
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Brown and white only.
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ter Fred Cheek, Winston-Salem;
University Party Representative
Jim Ryan. Sylva: University Club
Representative Joe Wall, Liles
ville, and Dining Room Manager
David B r e n e g ar , W i n s t o n - S a 1 e m .
The Story of a
That Wasn't Read
t; Behold the tale of J. Henry
" Seems that one May, just
about this season now that
you mention it, this J. Henry
got to thinking about his Old
Alan, and he said to himself,
"The poor old Square could
do with a little chirking up."
C. So he trotted down to a
certain famous establishment
we're too modest to mention,
and shipped his Progenitor
something laughable, like,
maybe, Hopalong Freud, or
The Decline and Fall of Prac
41 Well, believe it or not, old
J. Henry Senior was so proud
he wore the book out show
ing it to his Rheumatic Cro
nies before he ever got a
chance to read it himself. And
every time he showed it off,
he said "1 didn't think the
little Bustard knew I could
C You too can spread happi
ness among the Aged, and
pave the road to a pleasant
205 East Franklin Street
OPEN TILL 9 P.M.
DWIGHT PRICE and his ORCHESTRA
"STYLED FOR DANCING"
11-H Glen Lennox Chael HilL N. C. Phone 2-874S
Insure the success of your dance with good music.
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One Pint-Each .lohnson's
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HERS HEY BARS 5-oz. size 19c
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Hunt's All Green
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CLEANSER 2 cans 25c
PORK CHOPS lb. 55c
CURtiSS CANDY COMPAN
Will interview and accept applications for
sales distributors in Raleigh-Durham territory.
For appointment call or write our District Man
ager, "Mr. Walter Teer, Phone 22532, Raleigh.
N. C. or address inquiry to Mr. Teer at Bo:-;
2828, Raleigh, N. C.
Applicant must be in a position to put up
substantial cash deposit, must be a willing work
er, good personality, with reputation that will
bear investigation, and must, be between ages
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in excess of $75.00 weekly and some earning
more .than $100.00 weekly.
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