MaryLu Williams, Dave Butler
Plan Late December Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Williams of Joan Rutherford Davis, ex-class of
Fayetteville have announced the
eiiKagement of their daughter,
Mary Lijcile, to Lt. David Lee
Rutler, son of Mrs. E. H. Butler
of Fayetteville and the late Mr.
The wedding will take place on
Dec. 29 at the First Presbyterian
Church in Fayetteville.
Elizabeth Bass, a Salem senior,
will be the maid of honor, and
’54, will be a bridesmaid.
Lu will remain at Salem until the
end of January to complete her
practice teaching and other courses.
She was graduated from Salem this
past June with an A. B. degree in
After completing her courses, Lu
will join Dave in Fort Hood, Texas,
where he is stationed and where
they will make their home.
Choral Ensemble To Present
Concerts In Various Cities
The Salem College Choral En
semble will leave November 21 for
a week-end concert tour in Wash
ington, D. C., Richmond, Va., and
The fifty-voice chorus is under
the direction of Paul Peterson, head
of the Salem College voice depart
The group will go directly to
Washington by chartered bus and
arrive in time for a short sight
seeing tour, dinner and evening
entertainment. They will sing for
morning service in Foundry Metho
dist Church in Washington.
After the service they will leave
to present a sacred concert at First
Baptist Church in Richmond Sun
day night. The following morning
the ensemble will sing at Thomas
Jefferson High School in Richmond.
The group will leave directly for
Danville where they will be guests
of the Danville Salem Alumnae
association at a tea Monday after
noon. They will present an in
formal concert there and return to
Salem Monday night.
Each of the concert programs
will be different. Some of the
featured selections will be: “Psalm
150”^ by Curry, for wLich the en
semble will combine with Foundry
Methodist Church adult and junior
choirs, and solos by Pat Mebane
and Barbara White. An octet called
the Moravian Singers will also pre
sent several selections.
The Chbral Ensemble will fill one
local engagement before leaving on
the tour. They will sing for the
Moravian Provincial Elders’ Con
ference to be held at Home Mo
ravian Church on November 18.
Susan Glaser, Agnes Rennie and
Miss Lelia Graham Marsh are
largely responsible for planning the
Accompanists for the Choral En
semble are Jane Little and Martha
By Donald Caldwell
I’ve always felt quite bad about
it, though there was nothing I could
lave dorie about it. My parents
tried to overlook it. and make me
feel a part of the family, but I
knew that I was . the skelton in the
The attitude of regular people is
so different when I’m around that
often embarrassed. Some
people throw salt over their left
shoulder when they see me, others
wear four-leaf clovers or some
sprig Of green. School children
run around the block so a black
cat won’t cross their path when
I’m near. Some people tack up
horse-shoes to ward off any harm
I might do to them, w'hen at heart
I’m very gentle and only wish the
best to everyone.
With all these attitudes that
people have about me you can see
why I have such a terrible complex.
I really feel as though I were a
ghost, witch or some other kind of
The thing I would like most
would be for my brothers and sis
ters to play with me. We have an
awfully large family—31 boys and
girls—but we are not all at home
at the same time. There is always
a large crowd there playing games
and they never invite me.
Another thing that hurts me is
the way people talk about me.
They always advise people not to
do anything when I am around be
cause I would make them mess up.
I’ll admit that I’m very clumsy,
but it’s only because people talk
about me so that I’m quite tense.
That is why I often knock things
over or spill them.
I really want to be friends with
everyone. Won’t you be nice to
My name? Why I’m the 13th
child of Mr. and Mrs. Friday.
Friday the 13th for short.
Gosh, I might have known.
Every time I try to make a friend,
they just go away.
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Lynn Wilson and JpHa Parker re
The costumes; which have been
desigried by Emily Baker; Consist
of the -usual- mountain attire. The
women wear calico dresses, shawls
and bonnets.; the men wear over
alls, vests, plaid shirts and old
hats. The witches will wear loose
fitting filmy garments for their
dances on the rock.
The set, which is being designed
by Angela Howard is constructed
on the order of a mountain settle
ment with most of the action taking
place in the various cabins. Some
scenes, however, take place in the
open square, at a church revival,
on a rock and in the general store.
Sally Reiland is in charge of the
lighting. Sally’s main job is the
correct lighting which will best
convey the effect of moonlight and
lightning. The sound will be done
by Nancy Florance who is working
on achieving the effect of thunder.
The student director for the play
is Mary Anne Raines and the
prompter is Ann Marlowe. Claire
Chestnut is in charge of the pro
perties while Louise Fike is master
electrician and Julia Parker, assist
ant technical director.
House manager for tfie play will
be Edith Tesch. Laura Mitchell
and Jean Edwards are in charge of
publicity. , Tickets, which will be
$1 for adults and 60i for students,
may be secured from Edith Tesch.
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the deliberate flattery of yards and
yards of nylon tulle, draped over iaffetd
and garlanded with a huge bouffant bovj. '
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