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    Everyone’s quivering;
Everyone’s quaking.
Exams are near;
There’s no mistaking.
On January 29th
The symphony will play;
The featured soloist
Will he Mrs. “J”.
Volume XXXIII
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, January 16, 1953
Number 1 3
Mrs. Eugene Jacobowsky
Will Be Featured Soloist
Mrs. Eugene Jacobowsky, mezzo-
soprano, will be the soloist with
the Winston-Salem Symphony in
a concert at 8:30 p.m. on Thurs-
Joan Jacobowsky
day, Jan. 29, in Reynolds Audi
torium.
Mrs. Jacobowsky received her
B. S. degree at Julliard School of
Music and her M. A. at the
Teacher’s College of Columbia Uni
versity. She is instructor of voice
at Salem College and soloist with
the Presbyterian Church Choir.
Salem College will be well repre
sented with Mrs. Jacobowsky as
featured soloist, Mr. Jacobowsky
as concert-master, and Anne Mor
gan and Joan Elrick as violinists.
The program is as follows:
Overature to Italians in Algiers
Rossini
Comp Forum
To Be Tuesday
The advanced composition class
will hold a forum at 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 20 in Miss Jess
Byrd’s apartment.
Special guests for the forum will
be Miss Catherine Nicholson, Miss
Elizabeth Reigner, Jane Watson,
Dr. Dale Gramley and John Fries
Blair. They will read the papers
and discuss them with the class.
A committee, composed of Jean
Calhoun, Alison Britt, Jane Smith
and Hadwig Stoewitzer, all mem
bers of the class, have been work
ing for several weeks to choose the
best papers written by the class.
These papers will be put in a book
let for the forum to consider.
To give an air of informality,
refreshments will be served. The
refreshment committee is headed
by Cynthia May. She will be as
sisted by Connie Murray and Laura
Mitchell.
Deadline is Jan. 21
Deadline for all assignments is
6:00 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21. Re
ports, papers and make-up work
are to be turned into the profes
sors by the students by that date.
The examination fees should also
be paid at the Book Store before
Reading Day which is Jan. 22.
Registration for second semester
will be from 2:00 to S :00 p.m. on
Monday, Feb. 2. Classes will re
sume at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
Pantomine and Dream Music
from Hansel and Gretel
Humperdinck
Waltz from Sleeping Beauty
Ballet Suite . .. Tschaikowsky
Mississippi Suite ....Ferde Grofe
Mrs. Jacobowsky will sing the
following:
When I Am Laid In Earth
Purcell
Mon Coeur s’ouvre ta voix
from Samson et Delilah
Saint-Saens
Gavotte from Mignon.. .Thomas
Sonnet Agnew Bahnson
Lullaby Menotti
The last number by the orchestra
will be “Finlandia” by Sibelius.
Group Seeks
Replacement
The Lecture Committee is seek
ing a replacement for Charles
Laughton, who was to present a
group of his readings here on Feb.
3.
The group has just been informed
of the cancellation of all of Mr.
Laughton’s spring engagements,
and hopes to book another pro
gram equal to or better than this
previously scheduled one.
The announcement was made
simultaneously by Mrs. Hiram S.
Cody, president of the Little
Theatre, and Miss Jess Byrd, chair
man of the Salem College Lecture
Series.
The Little Theatre and the Lec
ture Series were to sponsor the
program jointly at Reynolds Audi
torium.
Three Qirh
Will Compete
In Contest
Ann Hughes, Elsie Macon and
Connie Barnes were elected yester
day in chapel as the three finalists
in Salem’s F. T. A.-sponsored Miss
Student Teacher of 1953 contest.
These girls were chosen on the
basis of such characteristics as in
telligence, personality, co-operative
ness, appearance, understanding,
attitude and competency. They
will go before a special faculty
committee which will choose the
winner.
The screening committee for this
contest, headed by Ellen Bell,
picked twelve practice teachers for
nomination, from which the entire
F. T. A. group selected the six
girls who were voted on by the
student body.
The faculty committee for the
final selection of Miss Student
Teacher will include Dr. Elizabeth
Welch, Dr. Dale H. Gramley and
representatives from both the city
and county public school admini
strations. They will hear talks by
the candidates and receive infor
mation concerning the philosophy
of education of each to aid in their
choice.
Harry Martin
Writes Article
Harry W. Martin, Salem instruc
tor in Sociology and Economics
now on leave of absence, has just
published an article entitled “Land
Distribution by Lottery in Georgia.”
The article was printed in a recent
edition of The Southwestern Social
Science Quarterly.
Mr. Martin, a native of Phenic
City, Ala., lived in Georgia most of
his life. He got his A.B. and M.A.
in sociology at the University of
Georgia.
Mr. Martin and his wife, Peggy
Pat, are now living in Chapel Hill.
He is working on his Ph. D. at
the University of North Carolina.
Freshman Essay Contest Prize
Awarded To Roussel And Lee
Guillemette Roussel and Ella
Ann Lee have just been chosen as
co-winners of the annual Salemite-
sponsored freshman essay contest.
Judges for the contest were Miss
Lelia Graham Marsh, Miss Jane
Watson and John Fries Blair.
Each winner will receive a cash
concerned Ella Ann’s experiences
in “The Big City” while studying
at Juilliard School of Music this
past summer.
Guillemette’s essay on Christmas
in Provence is to be found on page
two of today’s paper. This ac
count of the Christmas traditions
of an ancient province of France
is especially interesting from one
who has lived in all parts of France
herself.
Ella Ann, Faye’s little sister, is
a freshman from Smithfield and is
majoring in piano. She also takes
voice, appears frequently on music
hours and writes for the Salemite.
Guillemette is from Bordeaux,
Paul Peterson Will Present
Voice Recital January 19
Paul Peterson, head of the voice
department of Salem College, will
be presented by the faculty of the
School of Music in a recital at
8:30 p.m. on Jan. 19 in Memorial
Paul Peterson
Hall.
Mr. Peterson’s program will in
clude :
In Faith I Calmly Rest. Bach
Aria: Good Fellows Be Merry
—“Peasant Cantata” .... Bach
Vado ben spesso Bononcine
Aria : Sommi Dei—“Radimisto”
Handel
Wohm Schubert
Freude der kinderjahre
Schubert
Die Forelle Schubert
Du bist wie line blume
Schumann
Heimkehr , Brahms
Lied Franck
D’une prison Hahn
Aria: Avant de quitter ses
lieux—“Faust” Gounod
He’s Goin’ Away
Carolina Folk Song
All Day on the Prairie
Texas Cowboy Song
Travelin’ — Spiritual
Honor! Honor! Spiritual
The Deaf Old Woman
Missouri Folk Song
Mr. Peterson graduated from
Eastman School of Music. After
his service in the navy during the
war, he received his master’s de
gree from Northwestern Univer
sity.
In 1946 Mr. Peterson accepted
the position as head of the voice
department at Salem College. At
the present time he is president of
the North Craolina Chapter of the
National Association of Teachers
of Singing. He is also active in
local and state musical events. Mr.
Peterson is listed in the recent
publication of “Who’s Who” in
music in the southwest.
Guillemette Roussel
prize of $5.00 from the sponsor.
They will also be awarded a carton
of a nationally known brand of
cigarettes by the campus repre
sentative of that company.
The win was accorded to Ella
Ann for her essay, “Smithfieldite
Summers In Big New York”, which
appeared in the Oct. 3, 1952 issue
of the Salemite. It was written for
the freshman English placement
tests during orientation week, and
Three Seniors
Will Graduate
Three seniors, Mrs. Nina De-
Ramus, Mrs. Katherine Montcastle
and Sara Long will receive their
B.A. degrees on Honors Day, Feb.
5. The three graduates are day
students.
Their families who will attend
their graduation will be guests of
the college for dinner.
“The diplomas the graduates will
receive,” said Dr. Hixson, “are the
new smaller type, and they will
have a leather case; however, they
\yill still be written in Latin.”
The second event will be the
announcing of the new members
of the Dean’s List and Honor
Society.
F. T. A. Meets,
Makes Plans
Bill Whitesides, president of the
N. C. Future Teachers of America,
was guest of the Comenius Chapter
for supper and for the first 1953
meeting last Tuesday evening. Bill
spoke about F. T. A. work in both
the state and nation.
Jane Fearing and Martha New
comb presented the plans for re
decorating Dr. Welch’s classroom
in South. Ellen Bell and Willie
Rhyne also serve on this com
mittee. The club hopes to add new
drapes, plants, paintings and cush
ions to the room. Then the furni
ture will be painted and rear
ranged. Money for the project will
be raised by the sale of hot dogs.
At the end of the meeting there
was a discussion of the Spring
convention scheduled for March
26, 27, 28 in Asheville. F. T. A.
will have a special program but
may also join the N. C. E. A. for
some events. Salem plans td'send
a large delegation to this statewide
convention.
Ella Ann Lee
France, and although she is
classified as a special student, she
is taking the basic freshman course
in her study of English here at
Salem. She is also interested in
the study of economics and is a
member of the 1952-53 May Court.
"Kiss Me Kate”
Will Be Given
A performance of “Kiss Me,
Kate” will be given by the Civic
Drama Guild of New York this
Saturday night. The presentation
will be at 8:30 p.m. in Reynolds
Auditorium.
The musical, which had a three
year run on Broadway, is about
the Baltimore opening of a revival
of Shakespeare’s “The Taming of
the Shrew.” The music is by Cole
Porter and includes such hits as
“So in Love,” “Wunderbar,” “Too
Darn Hot,” “Why Can’t You Be
have,” and “Always True to You
in My Fashion.”
The all-star cast is from New
York and is headed by John My-
hers and Jean Carlton. Mr. My-
hers, who plays the part of Fred
Graham, has just returned from
seven years in Rome, filling theatri
cal engagements, making motion
pictures and singing at both the
opera and in supper clubs.
Miss Carlton, cast as Lilli Van-
essi, has appeared in the Broadway
productions of “The Medium” and
“The Telephone” and has been
soprano soloist with leading sym
phony orchestras.
Tickets may be purchased from
members of the Junior Chamber of
Commerce.
Service To Be Held
The Canterbury Club will spon
sor a Communion Service at 9:00
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22, in Old
Chapel. The Rev. Mr. W. E.
Thomsen, Jr. will officiate. All
members of the Canterbury Club,
as well as any others interested
are invited to attend.
    

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