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Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 19, 1954
[To Be Held
Tomorrow night from 8:00 until
Imidnight, the Harvest Moon Ball
Iwill be held in the Day Students’
Icenter. The Harvest Moon theme
Ivvas developed as this year’s Ging-
Iham Tavern, an annual project
Isponsored by the Home Economics
The planning committee for the
jdance is headed by Kate Campbell
land Louise Pharr. Members of the '
Icommittee are Carolyn Spaugh,
I Ann Lang, Nancy Blum, Rose
iTiller, and Barbara Berry.
Included on the program will be
la skit—“A Little Girl’s First
j Movie”—by Ann Miles. Dayle
[Dawson will also be on the pro-
Igram. A Cake Walk will feature
I the activities at intermission.
I Music will be furnished by a
I combo composed of five members
jof the Reynolds High School band.
I Nellie Ann Barrow is chairman
I of the entertainment committee.
I Her committee members are Tem-
Iple Daniel, Joyce Taylor, and Jean
Betty Byrum, Jane Brown, Jane
[Shiflet, and Ginger Dysard are in
I charge of refreshments to be sold
I during the dance.
Admission will be $1.25 per couple
[and $.75 for stags.
To Qive Tea
The annual tea for the Day Stu
dents’ mothers will be held on
Tuesday afternoon from 3 ;00 till
5:00 in the Day Students’ Center.
This project, one of the day stu
dents’ major activities, is planned
to enable the parents to meet mem
bers of the faculty, also invited to
Betty Claire Warren, president
of the day students, has announced
I the following committees:
Invitations: Ann Tesch, Audrey
Lindley, Martha Bowles, Ernestine
Kapp, Pat O’Day, and Susan Har
,;| Refreshments: Sally Hudson,
J|| Billie Cummings, Pauline Melvin,
and Jessie Krepps.
Decorations: Jean Miller, Linda
March, Betty Lou Walker, Bar
bara Blackwell, and Betty Jean
Trio To Give
Hans Heidemann, pianist, Eu
gene Jacobowsky, violinist, and
Charles Medlin, cellist, will present
a concert at 8:30 p.m., Nov. 29, in
The Salem College Trio delighted
the audience last year at their first
joint recital, the Mary Jones Me
Their program will be as follows:
Trio in E flat. Op. 100..Schubert
Andante con moto
Chansons MadecasseS Ravel
for voice, flute, and piano
Joan Jacobowsky, mezzo-soprano;
Sara S. Murray, flutist
Trio in B, Op. 8 Brahms
Allegro con brio
The Trio will present a concert
on Saturday, Dec. 11, in Charlotte.
The Winston-Salem Civic Music
Association will sponsor the ap
pearance of the Ballet Theater
Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 8:30 p.m. The
performance will be, at Reynolds
Auditorium with admission by
membership card only.
This is the fourth performance
of the Ballet Theater in Winston-
Salem. It has previously been
sponsored by the Civic Music As
sociation and the Dance Forum.
Both organizations are members of
the Winston-Salem Arts Council.
Foreign-born Alicia Alonso and
English-born Paula Lloyd will ap
pear as two of the principle
dancers along with Igor Youske-
vitch, Nora Kaye, John Kriza, Ruth
Ann Koesun, Eric Braun, Lupe
Serrano, and Erik Bruhn.
Paula Lloyd was until Nov. 6 a
featured soloist in the Broadway
musical, “On Your Toes.”
The Ballet Theater is currently
celebrating its 50th anniversary
season. This company, which in
cludes 100 dancers, musicians, and
technicians, promises an entertain
ing and inspiring performance.
At N. C. State
The Choral Ensemble, under the
direction of Mr. Paul Peterson,
left at noon today for N. C. State
College where tonight at 8:00 p.m.
the group will give its second
major concert of the year.
The State program will feature
a Christmas cantata by Bach, “For
Us A Child Is Born,” in which
Barbara White, Denyse McLaw-
horn, and Peggy Daniel are solo
The cantata will be followed by
a group of four sacred songs:
“Ave Maria,” by Arcade; “Adora-
mus Te,” by Gasparini; Tchesno-
kov’s “Salvation Belongeth To Our
God”; and “Thee, Lord, ' Most
Holy,” by Sateren.
Preceding intermission, Suzanne
Gordon will play a violin solo, Ella
Ann Lee will perform at the piano,
and a harp solo will be played by
• After intermission, ttie chorus
will sing four of Brahms’ Liebes-
lieder Love Waltzes.
The remainder of the program
will include a mock television
revue composed of a'State College
football game with the University
of North Carolina and a broadway
show tuned in because, Mr. Peter
son tells the audience, of technical
The TV .show will begin with
“Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,”
by the Ensemble. Emily Baker
and six members of the cast of the
Junior Follies will present the
chorus line routine direct from the
Follies, and Diane Huntley will
give hpr rendition of “Ma, He’s
Making Eyes at Me.”
The Junior Follies girls making
the trip are: Betty Morrison, Betty
Sautaders, Dot Tyndall, Mary Mac
Rogers, Nancy Proctor, and Nancy
Nancy Proctor will portray the
UNC football captain when he,
along with the State captain, are
called to the “middle of the field”
for the flipping of the coin.
The suitcase act from the Junior
Follies will be transposed to a
State setting, and Toni Gill will
perform with the baton.
These pre-game activities will
take place before the imaginary
station goes out of order and Mr.
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The sixty-fourth annual tree and
ivy planting ceremony was held
Tuesday at the chapel hour by the
Following the chapel program in
which Carolyn Kneeburg, Senior
class president, explained the sig
nificance of the ceremony, the stu
dent body marched to the Science
A growth of ivy was planted at
the northeastern corner of the
building. The white dogwood given
by the Class of 1955 was placed
between the Science Building and
the Lizora Hanes Practice House.
Carolyn presented the tree and
ivy to Dr. Gramley who accepted
on behalf of the board of trustees,
faculty, administration, alumnae,
and parents of the students.
Each senior threw coins around
the roots of the tree in order that
the copper content might enrich
the soil and that the donators
might have good luck. This cus
tom is as old as the tree-planting
itself. Dr. Gramley and the class
officers then turned the first spades
of earth to cover the roots of the
tree and ivy.
The tradition of planting a tree
and ivy was begun in 1891 by Miss
Emma Lehman, senior teacher. En
couraging the beautification of the
campus, she suggested that every
senior class plant a tree and a new
growth of ivy. Since then it has
become customary for each grad
uating class to leave a living mem
orial on Salem campus.
Dr. Depp Will Speak
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, at the last
Chapel before Thanksgiving holi
day, Dr, Mark Depp will speak to
the Salem- student body on “This
Nation Under God.”
Dr. Depp, the pastor of Centen
ary Methodist Church, is a native
of Pennsylvania. After graduating
from the Boston University School
of Theology, he - served several
churches in Virginia, Maryland,
Pennsylvania, and the District of
Among his churches were St.
Mark’s in Baltimore, Calvary
Church in Washington, and Christ
Church in Pittsburgh. He was also
an army chaplain during World
War I. He came to Centenary
Church in Winston-Salem in 1945.
Announcement is made this week
by the University of Oslo Summer
School of the ninth session to be
held July 2-August 13, 1955, in
Oslo, Norway. Courses will be of
fered in the fields of humanities
and social studies, education of
Norway, graduate seminars in Nor
wegian Education, Literature, and
Social and Political problems. The
summer school will also feature two
new courses in Physical Education
in Scandinavia (with special em
phasis on Norway).
All classes will be conducted in
English, and an American member
is on the administrative staff. The
University provides outstanding
lecturers and maintains highest
Housing is provided in the Blin-
dern Students Hall for single stu
dents. Married couples are accom
modated in private homes.
Six semester-hour credits may be
earned in the six weeks course.
Applicants should have completed
their freshman year not later than
Students will leave New York on
the SS Stavangfjord June 22, 1955.
Reservations for the return trip
are available August 20, September
3 and 14, and October 1, 1955. An
orientation program is conducted
on the trip eastbound.
For catalogue of courses, pre
liminary application material, or
any further information, write:
Oslo Summer School Admissions
c/o St. Olaf College
Clewell to Hold
The Christmas Ball, sponsored
annually by the" IRS, will be held
in the college dining room on
Saturday, Dec. 11, from 9:00 ’til
Jack Carter and his twelve piece
orchestra will furnish the music
for the dance.
The dining- room will be deco
rated with a Christmas tree, lighted
Moravian stars, and individual
decorations in the windows. Tables
and chairs will be placed around
the floor for sitting and eating
during the dance.
This is the first year that a
college dance has been held in the
dining room. Smoking will be al
lowed in the club dining room.
Only the front doors of the ball
room will be opened, and students
may leave their wraps in the
The figure, composed of members
of the IRS council and their es
corts, will be presented at 10:15.
Intermission is at 10:30, and re
freshments will be served in the
ball room during intermission.
Students must be at the dance
by 10:00 in order to receive 1 ;00
o’clock late permission. Dance
bids may be obtained from any
IRS member for $1.50 apiece. Stag
bids will also be sold.
Committee chairmen are as fol
Orchestra, Denyse McLawhorn
and Nancy Florance; chapercwies,
Mary Jane Galloway; refresh
ments, Carolyn Kneeburg; dance
bids, Bobbi Kuss; figure, Judy Wil
liams; publicity, Nancy Cockfield;
flowers, Norma Spikes; and the
whole council will help with deco
Those who will appear in the
Seniors, Bobbi Kuss, Norma
Spikes, Helen Carole Watkins, and
Carolyn Kneeburg; juniors, Den
yse McLawhorn, Sandra Whitlock,
Ann Coley, and Eleanor Smith;
sophomores, Madeline Allen, Judy
Williams, Nancy Cockfield, and
Nancy Blum; freshmen, Shirley
Redlack, Barbara Pace, and Mary
J ane Galloway.
On Monday night, beginning at
8:00 o’clock, Clewell Dormitory will
hold open house for the college
faculty and administration.
Guests will be greeted in the re
ception room by Ann Miles and
Sujette Davidson. They will then
tour the dormitory. In the date
room refreshments will be , served
while the guests are entertained by
Nancy Walker and Virginia Brame,
A special event of the evening is
announcement of the room deco
ration contest winners.
The co-social chairmen are Joan
Reich and Jen Verrault. Jean
Humphries is chairman of the de
coration committee and Patty
Ward is chairman of the refresh
Dr. Hixson spoke to the Honor
Society of Reynolds High School
on November 18.
* * *
The members of the Senior class
will meet with Dr. Hixson on No
vember 22, in order to discuss
^ * *
Mrs. Heidbreder and Dr. Hixson
will attend the meeting of the
Southern College, Personal Asso
ciation in Williamsburg, Virginia,
on December 4.
On December 2, 3, and 4, the
National Students Association will
meet at Duke University. Salem
College holds a membership in this
association and several delegates
might be sent.
The Canterbury Club will meet at
6:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 22, in the
Day Students’ Center. Mr. Fraser
will lead a discussion group on the
doctrines of the Episcopal Church.
Everyone is urged to attend and
to participate in a subject which
should prove interesting to all.
* * ♦
The Freshman Y Cabinet will be
in charge of vespers this Sunday.
The service, built around the
Thanksgiving theme, will be held
at 5 p.m., in the Little Chapel, and
will include short talks by the
three foreign students.