Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, March 22, 1946.
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Students Elect Leaders
Salem College Library will again
hold a student library contest to
encourage and stimulate student in
terest in building up personal librar
ies during their undergraduate
years. The names of those wh,o
wish to enter the contest should be
given to one of the librarians by
April 10. Further information and
helpful suggestion will appear in
the Salemite and on the campus
bulletin boards. WATCH FOK
RULES AND EEGTJLATIONS
Juniors and Seniors — Personal
1. Number of books to be en
2. All boolcs mupt be the pro
perty of the student entering the
contest, and so marked.
3. Textbooks designed primari
ly for classroom use may not be in
The prizes offered in this contest are:
(1) For the best general collection
of a cultural and practical nature,
$25.00 for purchase of books.
(2) For the second best collection,
which may be a special collection,
$15.00 for purchase of books.
Prizes will be awarded around
May, 15, and the jvinning libraries
will be put on exhibition in the
(Prizes will n,ot be given unless a*
10 students enter)
Freshmen and Sophomores—Personal
Library Booklist Contest
1. A typewritten list of not more
than 30 books, cultural and praci-
tical, which the student desires to
have in her own personal library.
Give author, title, publisher, price,
with brief notes stating reason for
the student’s choice of each title.
The prizes offered in this contest are:
(1) For the beat general list, $10.00
for purchase of books from the list.
(2) For the second best list, which
may be a list for a special group of
books, $.'5.00 for purchase of books
from the list.
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Prizes -will be awarded around
May 15. Lists must be in the hands
of the Librarian by April 10.
(Prizes will not be given unless
as many as 10 students' enter)
ASK IN THE LIBRARY FOR
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Mr. L. S. Dure, news editor of
the Joumal-Sentinel, spoke informal
ly to the Salemite staff last Tuesday
jyght. He discussed make-up in
general, as well as critisizing the
make-up of several issues of the
Mr. Dure recently came to Win
ston-Salem from Richm,ond, Virginia,
wher he was on the staff of the
Only four more days of elections
remain! The staff of the Salemite
will meet Monday at 1:30 to elect
the editor. The presidents of Y. W.
C. A. and I. B. S. will be elected
in assembly on Tuesday. The three
classes meet on Wednesday t.o
elect their presidents and the entire
student body will vote for the Chief
Marshal on Thursday in assembly.
This will complete the election of
the presidents of the major campus
organization. This new system, set
up on a trial basis, has greatly in
creased the students’ interest.
Elects Sivasey Head
Joanne Swasey was elected Presi
dent of the Salem chapter of the
Westminister Fellowsh^ at a call
meeting of the organization last
Friday night in the old Chapel.
Joanne has served on the Program
Committee for this year. Other
officers elected for the coming year
are; vice-president, Virginia Smith;
secretary, Preston Kabrich; corre
sponding secretary, Virginia Co
burn; and treasurer, Nancy Carlton.
Virginia Smith was this year’s
treasurer and Nancy had been on
the social committee.
Friday night, March 29, will be
the time of installation for these
officers. At this time a banquet
will be held at the First Presby
terian Church for all members of
the Westminister Fellowship. Guest
speaker for the occasion will be
Dr. George Mauze, local pastor. It
is hoped that a large number of the
members will sign up On the papers
placed in each dormitory for this
purpose. The dead-line for signing
up is Wednesday, March 27.
Dramatic Club To Present
One'Act Plays March 30
Three one-uct plays, all comedies,
will be ])resented by the Freshmen
Players and Pierrettes on Saturday,
March 30^ at S' p. m. in the Old
Judges, to be selected later, will
choose the better of the two fresh
men plays and will select the two
best actresses in straight and
will select -the two best actresses
in straight and character roles.
“The Happy Journey,” by Tliorn-
ton Wihler, has a cast of six: Jane
Pointer as “Ma Kirby;” Martha
Brannock as “Arthur;” Elnora
Lambeth as “Caroline;” Nancy
Wrny as “Pa (Elmer) Kirby;” and
Annie Lou Myatt as “Beulah.”
Marion Gaither is stage manager.
“Joint Owners in Spain,” written
by Alice Brown, has a cast of four
including Nancy 0‘Grady as Mrs.
Mitchell;” Catherine Moore as
Mrs. Fullerton;” Eleanor Davidson
as “Mrs. Blair” and Peirano Aiken
“Miss'Dyer.” The scene takes
place in an old ladies’ home.
On the same program the Pier
rettes will present “The Feast of
the Holy Innocents” by Samuel M.
Hsley. The cast includes Helen Slye
as “Corneilia Milk;” Jane Mul-
Vllem as “Electa Milk;” Anne
Folger as “Mrs. Oberl.y; Bernice
Bunn as “Jennie” and Ann Caro-
thers as “Mrs. Omar.”
This play is to be entered in the
State contest on April 4, after its
trial performance at Salem on
Dr. Craig Will
Speak In Library
Dr. Hardin Craig, of the English
department of the University of
North Carolina, will spejik at the
annual Friends of the Library meet
ing to be held at 8 p. m. Thursday,
March 28, in the Salem College
Dr. Craig’s topic will be “Shake
speare—Citizen of the World.” He
is a noted Shakespearian scholar.
The family of Miss Mary Duncan
McAnally will make a presentation
to the library of a recordak micro
film reader which will be on ex
hibit at the meeting. Mrs. Gordon
Spaugh will present the Mary Dun
can McAnally Collection to the
library on behalf of the Order of
the Scorpion. Mrs. Spaugh was a
classmate of Miap McAnally’s and
both were charter members of the
The meeting is open to the stu
dent b|Ody and faculty.
This issue of the Salemite was
edited by Becky Clapp. This is
the third of the Junior issues.
Connie Scoggin was elected in a
Student Body meeting on Tuesday.
March 19, as President of the
Salem Student Government for
194C-1947. Connie, a rising senior,
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Scoggin of Roidsville, N. C.
As a Freshman Connie was on the
Chapel Committee; last year she
was on the Salemite staff and a
Sophomore cheer leader; this year
she has served as President of the
French Club, Secretary of the War
Activities Qouncil, Assistant Editor
of “Sights and Insights” and Sec
retary of the Junior Class. Among
names on the dean’s list you will
find Constance Scoggin. Other nomi
nations for this honor were Ann
Folger of South Orange, N. J. and
Rebeccji Clapp from Siler City,
Sally Boswell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Boswell of Roanoke,
Va. was elected as on-campus Vice-
Presidcnt to work with Connie for
the Student Government. Sally will
edit the 1940 handbook, and she
will bo head of the Chapel Com-
mitee in cooperation with the off-
campus Vice-President. Among
Sally’s extra - cirriculnr activities
are: Salemite staff her Sophomore
year, and President of the War
Activities Council, Red Cross Super
visor, Legislative board, Cbai)ol
Committee, and a Marshal her
Hara Coo Hunsucker of High
Poipt was the other candidate for
Lucy Scott was elected off-cam
pus vice-president of the student
body in the election on Tuesday.
Lucy is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Littleton Scott of Winston-
Salem. She is an outstanding mem
ber of this year’s Junior Class.
Lucy is vice-president of the
Junior Class, a member of Alplia
Iota I’i, K1 (Mub Espanol, and the
Le Cercle Francais.
The other n,ouiinee for vice-presi-
deiit was Ann Barber.
l'‘ggy Davis, sophomore, was
elected Secretary of Student
Government She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Davis of
Raleigh. Peggy is photographic edi
tor of Sights and Insights, Salemite
copy editor, and was class pri^sident
in her freshman year. Mary Bryant
and Barlwra Folger were the other
nominees for secretary.
As Secretary of Student Govern
ment for next year, Peggy says,
“My aim is to be up to the minute
^’PRgy Blum was elected treasurer
of the student body in tho election
on Tuesday. Peggy defeated I’atsy
Law and Frances Sowers. She is a
popular member of this year’s sopho
more class and is a member of the
SIGHTS AND INSIGHTS
Bernice Bunn was elected to
serve as editor of the 194C-47 Sights
and Insights in an election hold by
the junior class Wednesday after-
n,oon. Bernice is tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bunn of Tar-
boro. She has been literary editor of
the annual this past year and has
worked with the Salemite staff.
Mary Hunter Hackney was tho
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