S A L E M I T E
petty Sheppe Announces
*lans To Marry In June
The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin S,
ISheppe of Martinsville, Virginia,
Finoiince the engagement of their
[daughter, Betty T’elle Sheppe, to
Fomniy M. Moore, son of Dr. and
Ijlrs. Oren Moore of Charlotte,
Betty is a senior and plans to
[graduate in June with a Bachelor
Music degree. She is now worlc-
tng on her senior voice recital to
[l>e given this spring. Betty Belle
Js president of the Pierrettes and a
Isoloist with the ch.oral ensemble.
Tommy graduated from Augusta
Military Academy and Davidson
College. He served with the Air
...orps as a radar operator in the
S'-iitli Pacific during the war. Now
he is in business in Hartsville, S. C.
■t The wedding will take place June
[d6, in Martinsville.
it Alumnae Coffee
[T Miss Delia Graham Marsh, Alum-
jiiae secretary, has announced that
a series of after-dinner coffee hours
have begun with the class of 1950. I
The purpose of these coffees is to
[orientate the present seniors with
; the alumnae program.
Here in his Reddybox sits
fhe ''moving'st'' little
servant you'll ever find
■ waiting to spring into
action where you need
to speed you through
your work and moke your
light and I ively.
Ode To Qoller^
Lines composed a few steps below
1 he hell ringeth
The birds singeth
The girls ciisseth
The teacher fusseth.
The class starteth
Term paper assigneth
To the library climbeth.
Around the catacombs
(Continued on next page)
Mother Strong has already donated
one hundred dollars to the class
for the plan. The alumnae are
now making joint plans with fresh
men in getting the project under
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Winston-Salem, N, C.
Flowers For All Occasions
A Play in One Act
by Kenneth Pansier
Scene: “Men’s Lounge”.
Time: Any day in the week.
,8;1S,^ A. M. .
Characters : Men of Salem.
Daniel Hodge: “Miss Samson is
going to be the death of me yet.
I can’t for the life of me keep
separate Paganini’s bowing tech
nique and Tartitii’s method of
Norman Jarrard: Is that your
text ? That looks Interesting. I
wouldn’t mind taking that course,
it woidd only make me twenty-
Ralph Everhart: “Hey, Will, do
you remember the formula for
puissant pousse-cafe from last
Will Vanhoy: “DotTt believe so.
All I know of the formulae is
Enter George Waynick.
Way: “Has anybody got the time?
Has the first bell rung? What
was our Fungiology assignment?
Did you see what Kotzker said
about local 22?”
Enter Joe Smith.
Smith: “This double load is about
to get the best of me. I’ll sure
be glad when this next month is
finished. Those kids are about to
Hodge: “That’s it men, off we go.”
Way: “How tlo you translate this
Scene: In front of Men’s Lounge.
Time; 9:20 A. M,
Enter: Jack Grim, Alviit Thomas,
Grim: "One of these days I’m go
ing to read that assignment before
I get to cla.sS'. Let’s go get some
Thomas : “I’ve got to see Dr,
Smith, or this German will see
me back again next year. What’s
the matter, Ralph ?”
I-aw: “Boy, Miss Laurie is going to
bury me this mortjing for not
practicing that Bach.”
Criin: “Forget it, boys, let’s go to
Scene: Inside Men’s Lounge,
Char: Bob Gray, Furney Baker, E.
J. Parrish, John Gatewood.
Time; 10:15 .fX. M.
Gray: “That’s what makes it so
interesting. The Japs used a sub.
with a 45,000 tonnage against the
Russian’s pocket-size sub w i t h
only 32,111 tonnage. It’s practi
cally impossible for a torpedo to
change its course, thus the sub
could out-maneuver the firing
Parr: “I remember some of the
guys at our base volunteered for
sub duty and were shipped off
to cooking school the next day.
That was really a deal.”
Gray: “The Japs also used this
special made torpedo with the
twin fins, which was geared to be
hyper sensitive to mines laid in
its path. It worked pretty good
against the Russian’s.”
Gate: “Is this some of your music,
Baker: “Yeah,’ it’s really corn, too.
That “Sliding Up To Syracuse”
is a first class loo-loo,”
Gate: “Have you ever had any
B a k e r: “Nope, don’t believe so.
Guess it’ll come next year”.
Gray: “The Russians weren't fools,
though, E. J. they retaliated with
a 55,000 ton sub with more glass
space than the Jap version, Fm
in favor of the U. S. adopting
the same plan.
(Continued on Page Four)
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To Be In Georgia Tonight
Mrs. Sue Durham was her usual
busy self on Tuesday night—her
last night on Salem campus. When
I found her she was sewing on a
bright melon-colored coat for her
trousseau. “It's for our trip to
Florida”, she explained. In between
basting and pinning the coat. Mrs.
Durham told me a little bit about
her wedding plans.
Mrs. Durham will marry Mr. L.
D. Hyatt on March the 3rd at the
Presbyterian Church in Covington,
Georgia. The Reverend Mr. Mar
shall Dendy will perform the cere
mony before an assembly of close
friends and relatives, A musical
program will be presented by Mr.
and Mrs, Harmon Pitner of Ak-
worth, Georgia. .After the ceremony
I here will be an informal reception
:t the Manse.
I For iier wedding, Mrs. Durham
plans to wear dusty pink crepe..
A he bodice is made of lace over
a pink slip and the skirt is tiered.
^Her hat is crowned with pink and
j blue lilacs, and she will wear navy
;blue accessories. Her going away
jsuit is navy blue gabardine and with
I it she will wear white accessories.
I Mr, and Mrs. Hyatt plan a trip
Ao Florida for about ten days after
j which they will return to 607 Irvin
'Street here in Winston-Salem,
Next tu Carolina Theatre
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