North Carolina Newspapers

    REMEMliER
SUFFERERS
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Superintendent of Orphans’
Home Speaks In Y. P. M.
On Mav fourtli at tlic expanded
cl.apel hour, Mr. Charles Wood,
Superintendent of the Children’s
Home, spoke on his work at the or-
brken”by'Lath! Xea'se^ o"' diyoree.
Countie Cullen Speaks
At Colored Y. W. C. A.
phanages of North Carolina and
South Carolina which are now ear-
mittanee to ninety per cent of the
Mr. Wood gave a very intere
account of the life of the ehil
.in the home. When a child re*
the school age, he sper.d., i
hours a day in recitation. The
riculum is not as full as it i.s- in
Of New Student Council
President Speaks On Differ.
Phases of Student Government
ma Firey, president of^tl
rof the work of that o
:^:.;i^:rrts^an^!::d:"^l‘r:-
sponsihility,not only in order to sup-
IMPORTANT MEETING OF
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
The May meetmg of the
held on Monday, May 2, in
ing room of^ Alice Clewell 1
dent of the association, j
The minutes of the last
were read by the secretary.
of the child. Tlie boys are f
cured "ffr’ them'^ ^^Mr* VooV said
Rev. C. C.
Speaks at History Club
Pupils Give Recital
In Music H
On Thursday ^afternoon, May 5,
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
SALEM COLLEGE
STUDENTS’ RECITAL
Miirparet Patterson
MEMORIAL HAI,L
Thursday ^Ma,^^ ,
Glee Club Presents Operetta
“The Castaways,” Monday
tnowrlirrtta, wls'dellghtlrf^
Iv presented bv the Glee Club ort
Colored y. W. C. A. on Tue
Beta Kappa, and holds an M. .
reports that a second volume of his
will be published in tlie fall, as will
his anthology of negro verse v ' '
of the loveliest of his poems, with
which he opened his program. An
other fault, in the opinion of a
number of people, is his pre-occu-
patibn with death. But that is a
fault of youth, and youth is a fault
His verse is by no mea
to social problems and im
As Carl von Vechten has
he is comparable to the Ru
Pushkin, who wrote of Ri]
a mastery of lyric verse. With '
Home Economics
Club Fashion Show
Displa,/ed by
dnesday. May 4
« of Alice Clewell building.
that the purpose of the
Verv beautiful dresses were c
hibited, beginning with the ear
plot, which centered around a group
? the part of Mrs.
of a New York
'"Thfpart™of Nihfalt'^the^English
girl living on the island, was skUl-
fully^ portrayed by Lillyan Newell.
ddedlv^ Trtiltie^^ slrrBell, tht tn-
The chorus of n
eidedly artistic and produced just
Attends
Cleveland Convention
The Spirit and Practice of the New
Kducation" Subject of
1 of the De-
Ohio, and those attending
;d at the Hotel Statler. The
;et of this convention was “The
t and Practice of the New Ed-
II '^SclmoK''‘'’Th'is
issed all day Fri,
;s Co-operate with the I.incoln
s.” Then Miss May K. Lew-
ferred to the progress made by d
“edTaVL"^
New Y. W. C. A.
Cabinet Installed
The installation service of the
new Y. W. C. A. cabinet was luld
-.n the .'.ibrary on Sunday c.ven.iMr.
May 1. at sever, fi,teen o’clo.:|..
iliip the King.” Special n
ell of the Musie^’Facuity, who ph
carry on the work. The cabinet then
fn’'the Tudience'had r”lightld''can
dle. The Hynm “Follow the (Jleam”
_ Mary I
Mary >
now being used extensively by sc
one representing the Sphinx, have
been carved by them. The eonven-
    

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