>49 October 28, 1949 THE SALEMITE Page Three 'en at me to lount, face, mate’s m bag me-I of not ed me tumb- de al- She dlier’s 5 stay alter- door, oatted room- n the JS. I . star- AVitli- ted to " God, face!” ng to ny Y lotlier I take lii’s to your ler-in- sleep- w, we Satiir- Medi- 1 book nurse w’ait- dth a ■agged rse in- dothes came i light on my I did. i salt, eet or >’ht at di von ar.' I 1 give n just linted. and I t two )OUght lie trie arents te and coueh room- battle id told [ivorce lirs to •in-laff efull)'i y bro- iity(^ joined while j* with ,f Peii- oon at Daddy r. ^ ray, as id the . Daddy roo®' aade a Juiiiot 1 over ooffi * Publicity Brings Forward Bashful, Wealthy Admirer After Miss Hixson’s promotion last week, her picture was sent to Per hometown paper in Augusta, Georgia. This letter was the re percussion. Georgia ' October 25, 1949 Miss Ivy Hixson 917 I5th Street Augusta, Georgia Dear Young Lady, After seeing your very pretty picture I decided to write you a few short lines to ask you to please give me permission to correspond with you so that we may become better acquainted. I have an income of twelve hun dred dollars a month and have no one to help me enjoy it. So I have picked you. Send me your picture , and I will send you mine. j Hoping to hear from you real soon. An admirer Georgia P.S. Excuse this paper please. P.S. I hope you will answer this. I have omitted love and best wishes. ii: ^ ^ ^ Miss Byrd also received a con gratulatory letter after her picture lSiYS.}AeYriman Gives Recitals Margaret Fergeson Merriman, a member of the Salem College School of Music, gives her first in a series of Concerts at Guilford College, Friday, October 28, at 8 ;00 p.m. Mrs. Marriman’s husband rece ived his A. B. degree ' from Guil ford College. She will give a concert here next Monday night in Memorial Hall. »f: ^ ^ ^ SALEMITES HEAR I (Continued from page one) real authority in its field. It would operate in areas of common inter ests. The common interest at pre sent, he said, is survival. Miss Ivy M. Hixson appeared in last week’s Journal- Sentinal. Details were not disclosed. PRINTING CO. RUTH DISCUSSES (Continued from page one) The third group, or the peace- minded people were represented at Salem by Mr, Sam Levering, who spoke on the campus during the past week. Mr. Levering has been working in a peace movement for several years. The objective of this movement mainly is to change the United Nations from “a debating society” to a federal world govern ment—or simply to strengthen the U. N. Mr. Levering in speaking to a group of Winston-Salem citi zens pointed out that already there are 106 Congressmen and 22 Sena tors working for such action to be taken by the U. S. Government. Mr. Levering further stated that indivi duals such as Salem students need not feel helpless. Through the International Relations Club, which has recently been reorganized at Salem, an active program for peace education can be effected. Another channel through which we can edu cate for peace is the church, Mr. T evering said. Get Your Waffles at BOB’S KITCHEN 400 South Main Your Film Developed and Printed Sex. 25^1 Mail Your Roll To Skyline Photo Service Winston-Salem, N. C. PASCHAL BROS. 219 W. 4th The Finest in Shoe Repairing, Cleaning, and Dying 7* oc /\ V >c Ffl5HDM5HDP)C AT rilAOl nature lover of Georgia that the robins with their Our writes lovely bright red breasts are eating those lovely red berries right off of her precious dogwood trees. The. berries did look pretty and she had hoped they would still be there for her Sunday afternoon visitors but then the birds do have to eat. We specialize in Wedding, Birthday, and Party Cakes also Bread sliced any thick ness. DOBY^S BAKERY 640 W. 4th St. Dial 2-4126 BANNER’S Dining Room is open daily from 8 a. m. to 12 Midnight except Monday. Sizzling Steaks — Chicken Dinners Curb Service For Snacks Call 3-5876 to make reservations for private parties We Invite You To Visit Our Complete COSMETIC DEPARTMENT REVLON — DU-BARRY — COTY RUBINSTEIN — MAX FACTOR — TUSSY-TABU — And Many Other Popular Lines of Cosmetics Qoke/utX DRUG STORE 420 N. Trade St. COMPLETE FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE GOWN BY CEIL CHAPMAN- JEWELS BY PIETER DE WITT. .... 5 b; WITH SBOKeRS WHO KHOVJ IT’S • • • ■ ■ at to-coast test hot OHS SIHOVSCASSOS

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