Salem College, Winston-iSalem, N, C., Friday, iviarch J.3, l9>6
, S;i(iirday night, March 24, (,he
Home ir'.conomics Club will sponsor
fheir second Gingham Tavern of
■the year. ■
■ ■ The dance will begin at 8 :(X) p.m.
ami last ’till 12:00 p.m. Those
airls attending the dance will have
late permission till 12:15 if they
present their tickets when they
Signin. - , r ,
^ The theme ot the forthcoming
(lance will be “April in Paris”, and
a variety of entertainment will be
presented including two cakes to
lie given away as door prizes. Re-
freshtnents will also be served.
Music will be furnished by Gene
PwsIcKvait and his Townsmen who
also played for the last Gingham
Admission is $1.00 per couple and
75^ slag. Tickets can be purchased
in advance from any home eco-
nonnes major, and also Saturday
night at the door.
Those in charge of the dance are:
A. A. Council
Vote for New
The A. .A. Council convened on
WeAiesday, March 21, and elected
the following officers and ,^council
Secretary—Mary Jo Wynne
Trcu«irer—Mary Curtis Wrike
Hockey Manager—Cookie Kohner
Basketball Manager—Jane Wrike
Softball Manager—Dim Jennette
\'olleyball Manager—^^Sissie Allen ■
Swimming Managb' — B r e n d a
Tennis Manager—Jo Smilhennan
Archery-Ping Pong Manager—
Mary Hadley Fike
Horseback riding — Margaret
Badminton Manager — I e a n e
Publicity Manager—Betsy Smith
■Assistant basketball and assistant
softball managers will be chosen
from next year’s Freshman Class.
Phi Alpha Theta, the honorary
iiistorv fraternity on campus, will
initiate eight new members Tues
day, March 27, at 5:30 in the
f riendship Rooms of Strong.
The new members are Louise
Barripr, Jo Srnitherman, Harriet
Harris, Plmma McCotter, Carol
Campbell, Celia Smith, Dr. Austin,
and Dr. Africa, They have been,
chosen on the basis of their schol
arship in history.
After the initiation, the members
'vill hold a dinner meeting in the
dining liall. New officers will be
Present members include Dr.
Spencer, Dr, Flixon, Mrs. Heidbre-
der. Miss Covington, Dr. McCorkle,
Dr. Smith, Mary Mac Rogers, Mary
Renton Royster, Beth Paul, Nancy
Milham, Arvel Dryer, and Drane
Art Students Carry Out New Project
This week final electi'vs detcr-
inined President of the FtierTetics
and Chief Marshal.
In Wednesdaj^ class nicelmgs,
three class iiresidcnts for the 1956-
57 year were' elected. Pat Green
was elected president of the rising
Senior Class; Linda Clu.ppril will
■ licad the rising juniors; and Mar-
, tha Duval! svas chosen to ;head the
' rising Sophomore Class.
'I'lie Pierrettes chose Barbara
Durham, a junior from Lynchburg,
I \4rginia, as their Presideni, Bar-
; liara is tlie daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P'. ].)urham. A s'oc:iology-
economics major, site has been an
;iclive Salemite staff member and
i class volleyball manager in addil'ion
! to acting as business manager ■of
1 the I’ierreltes. She prod'':ire(l The
House of Bernada Alba.
I luring -Assembly voting ■vn Tise.s--
i dtiy, .Mary Jane Gallovray was
elected Chief Marshal. Mary Jane,
I ;i rising junior and religion :rriajor,
is the daughter of Mr. a:nd Mrs.
1. D. Galloway of Rick Hdl,, South
Ciirolina. She has been an 1 R. S.
reitresenftitive both years al Salem
and is ])resent P'residen': the
This ]);ist week, Salem students
conlribtned their artistic talent to
make an educational first possible.
Dr. Llizabeth Welch, head of our
Ivdiicaiiou Department, has devised
a plan by which school children
touriirg Old Salein will have tin
acliud educational experience.
The plair is to give the diildreu
till orientation class before they
begin (heir tour of the museum
and other sights in Old Salem. -As
(he lecturer tells the children about
the various things they wall see.
Senior Recitals To Be Given
By Campbell And Delaney
On Monday, March 26, the Salem
College School of Music will pre
sent Ann Campbell in a graduating
voice and organ recital at 8:30 p.m.
in Memorial Hall.
-Ann, daughter of Mrs. Cieorge
H. Campbell of Murfreesboro, has
studied voice with Paul Peterson
and loan Jacobowsky and organ
yvilli Margaret Vardell and John
Betty Jean Cash will be the ac
companist for the vocal numbers.
The program is as follows:
When Thro’ Life Unblest We
Rove - . ..Arr. Hughes
Hear My Supplication .Mozart
Ouano Me’n Vo Soletta (La
Boheme) - Puccini
Kxcer])ts from Dichterliebe
The Nightingale -Arr. Shaw
He’s Gone Aw'ay
Sure On This Shining Night..
T.ove’s Philosophy ...Quilter
Wachet -Auf, Ruft Uns Die
Prelude in A Minor Bach
Prelude, P'ugue, and A-ariations
Chant de Paix Langlais
Tu -Pis Petra . Mulet
Chaconne P- Couperin
Flcvation F- .
On Tuesday, March 27, the Salem
College School of Music will pre
sent Suzanne DeLaney, harpist, in
a graduating recital at 8:30 p.m. in
Suzanne, daughter of Mrs. C. O.
DeLaney of 1710 Virginia Road,
has studied with. Mrs. Guthrie for
twelve years. She has played with
the Winston-Salem Symphony, the
Chortd Pinsemble, and for mmier-
Mr. Hans Heidemann and Charles
DeLaney, Suzanne’s brother who is
an instructor of fltite and composi
tion at the University of Illinois,
■will accompany her on the piano
and flute respectively.
To Suzanne goes the honor of
being the first harpist to give a
solo recital at Salem College.
Her program is as follows:
Chorale et AMriations . .Widon
March of the Priests Gluck
The Harmonious Blacksmith
Pin Bateau Debussy
The Pirouetting Music Box
Little Dream -. C. Vardell
Le bon petit roi d’Yoetat
Concerto in C major . Mozart
I Rondo Allegro
I (Continued on Paee Tkree)
she will i>hu'c small models of the
sights on :i large magnetized board
so the children v\ill become familitir
with the si,gilts while she talks,;
hi this capticity Stilein art students
fulfilled their civic duty.
With only five days to go before j
the project ivas td open, the smtill
models for the magnetized board
had not been made; so Thrace
Baker, Cecelia Corbett, Rose Dick
inson, Istibella Gibbs, Miirrianne
Linker, i'eg.gy Newsome, Joy Perk- 1
ins, Kliztdieth Smith, M a r g a r e t |
Whitehurst, and Betty Morrison
pitched in to help. Under the dir
ection of Mr. Shewmake, the girls
mtidc and jiainted small wooden
models of the houses, the musical
instruments, the household furnish
ings, tlie civic buildings, and the
people who comprised Old Salem.
Old Salem is the first restoration
project to include such a plan in
its operation and it is imagined
tluit other restoration projects ivill j
follow this mode: .All of it was;
made ])ossible through the plans of
Dr. Welch, ;uid the orientation pro-
gnim is planned to suit the slii-
denls of the various age levels.
Art students not only practiced
their edticalional ;irt but helped
(heir community in one of its most
worthwhile educaliontd projects.
I’at, -the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. .Arthur W. Greene. ■:T Ahos-
kie, is a French major :(nd i.s get
ting tin elementary teticijcri.g cer
tificate. Retiring secreltiry of the
Student Government A.ss.ociation
Pat has served as house pt^esident
of Clewell, vice-president of her
I'reshman class, and h;o been a
feature girl in Sights and Insights.
She works on both the ar.rrial and
the Salemite, is a member of the
P'. 4'. A., and is active in I'wi'fctte.s
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Easter Bunny Qoes To Party
By Nancy Walker
Peter Cottontail, candy eggs, and Easter fun will be the order for the
afternoon when a busload of Salemites descends on the Memorial l»-
dustrial Schoofi at 4:00 today. The occasion is the annual Easter party,
which is spon.sored for the Negro orphanage by the Y. W. C. A.
While the excited children are searching for the girls they met at the
Christmas Party, party chairmen Jane Langston and Ann Knight will
make preparations for the big event—the egg hunt in the woods sur
rounding the school grounds. .
Pre-hunt activities will include musical entertainment by Peggy Dam*l
and Louise Pharr and games in the auditorium.
The lucky finders of the two golden eggs are to receive special puzM.
When the last egg has been found, everyone will return to the awi-
torium, where the party will be concluded with refreshments of k*
cream and candy.