Mrs. Tom Andrews
Mar}! Wells Bunting Weds
Tom Andrews In Bethel
Mary Wells Bunting, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bunting of Be
thel, was married last Saturday
night to Mr. Thomas E. Andrews,
son of Mrs. T. E. Andrews of Be
thel, in a ceremony at the Bethel
The bridesmaids included the fol
lowing Salem girls: Anne Mills of
Morehead City, Helen Spurill of
Lexington, Page Daniel Hill of
Chapel Hill, Peggy Gray of Eober-
sonville, Betsy Evans of Enfield and
Anne Southern of Winston-Salem.
Faye Chambers of Morganton, room
mate of the bride at Salem, was
the maid-of-honor. Peggy Sue Tay
lor, classmate of the bride, sang.
Mary Wells graduated last year
from Salem, with a degree in Music.
WTiile at Salem, she was a member
of the Salem Players, the Pierrettes,
the Choral Ensemble, the German
Club and the Modern Dance Club.
Mr. Andrews graduated from the
University of North Carolina and
served in the Navy for more than
two years. At the University he is
a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
social fraternity and the Order of
by Sy Kologist
The probings of modern psycho
logy have overlooked an important
factor in personality analysis—bob-
bie pin boxes. Everyone has one
and everyone uses a different con
tainer for her pin curlers. Surely,
this fact suggests a heretofore un
investigated source of interpreting
the intricate female mind.
For example, it’s easy to tell that
Eleanor Davidson has wanderlust;
her bobbie pins are stashed away in
a small cedar box inscribed with
“.Daytona Beach, Florida.” The
same goes for Katherine Ives whose
box bears “Morehead City” on its
lid. Bitsy Green, on the other hand,
is a homebody; she keeps her bobbie
pins in an “Ideal” box.
Artistic people have artistic boxes.
Margaret McCall has a hexognal
shell box embellished with delicate
flowers. Tootsie Gillespie has a
smokey blue box (in its former life
a cigarette box) for her bobbie pins.
The lid of this container shows a
picture of an amorous gentleman
with two lady friends. “He didn’t
want to be pinned down, ’ ’ confided
Tootsie, “but I fooled him.” A
psychologist would hesitate to pub
lish what he thought was wrong with
a girl like that.
In an unsuccessful attempt to
probe into Joan Hassler’s mysterious
personality, I asked her what she
I used for bobWe pins. “It’s a
sucret—box!” was her reply. Suc-
ret boxes are Salem’s favorite hair
pin holders. Janie Fowlkes, Gussie
Garth, Lou Myatt and Betsy Schaum
all use them. To a psychologist a
sucret box probably suggests hypo
Under no catagory at all comes
Helen Brown who throws her pins
into the top drawer, a fact that
mildly suggests claustrophobia, or
lone Bradsher whose answer to the
query was, “I have one. I keep it
in my hair.” Nancy Wray keeps
hers in a former First Aid Box.
Where did you say you kept your
bobbie pins? You may reveal some
hidden side of your personality if
Davis Family Announces
Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Davis of
Winston-Salem, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Mary, to
Mr. Murray Davidson son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Davidson of Gibson-
The announcement was made at
an informal party given by the
bride’s parents at their home on
Eeynolda Eoad, last Saturday night.
The wedding will take place on Nov
Mary graduated last year from
Salem, having attended Meredith
College in Ealeigh for two years.
While at Salem, Mary was a member
of the Salemite staff, the May Day
Committee, the Salem Players, the
Pierrettes and the Modern Dance
Mr. Davidson attended the Uni
versity of North Carolina and served
in the Navy during World War II.
His sister, Eleanor, is a member of
the senior class at Salem.
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