Salem CoIIep;e, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 29, 1956
The Southerners To Play
At IRS Christmas Dance
The surprises were cardigan
sweaters and collars to match.
Pink for Christa ... “I didn’t have
anyting pink’.” Beige for Jytte
. . . “Really?” Rust for Silvia . . .
“Such a surprise!.” (in Spanish).
Christa immediately put her
sweater on and sat down to tell
about her weekend in New York.
Jytte, unable to wear a sweater
over the pajamas she had on under
her coat, sat down on the rug and
helped sing “I’ve Been Working
Jane Rostan, Shirley Hardy, and Carol Cooke decorate.
The Home Economics Club will open the Christmas run of events
with a tea in the Lizora Hanes Home Management House Saturday,
December I. Guests, including faculty, students, administration, trustees,
home economists in the area, and parents of home economics students
will arrive between 3:00 and 5 :00 p.m.
They will find the house decorated in traditional red and green with
touches of white, silver, and gold. Home economics majors will have
proved their talents in preparing and serving refreshments and in
decorating according to a holiday motif.
Clayton Jones, a sophomore, is general chairman of the event. Host
esses will be students who have resided in the home management house
during this semester. They are Jane Little, Joyce Talylor, Betty Ldley,
Nancy Blum, Patti Ward, Rose Tiller, Carol Cooke, Jane Shiflet and
on the Railroad.” Silvia, after ac
cepting lime punch and cookies
from Mary Margaret Dzvaltauskas,
who was hostess, and began ex
claiming to her in Spanish, I
don’t know whom to thank I”
The idea of a party for the for
eign students originated in the
Y. W. C. A. cabinet several years
ago and has been continued by the
student body annually. About
eighty Salemites took a study break
for this year’s event.
Usually news of the party reaches
the foreign students somehow. But
the Wednesday night party, plan
ned by Barbara Rowland, was a
.real surprise to all except Christa,
w'ho knew “it was for us.”
Do Your Christinas Shopping Early
First Semester, 1956-57
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18
Chemistry 101 Sc. Bldg.
Chemistry 103 Sc. Bldg.
English 10 A R- 42
English 10 B R- ^
English 10 D R- 44
English 103 A R. 8
Home Econ. 301 Sc. Bldg.
Latin 5 R' 4
Music 101 R- 48
Music 260 Studio
Music 390 Studio
Psychology 101 A R- 20
Religion 390 R- 26
Sociology 390 R- 41
Spanish 101 R- 24
English 390 , R- 1
History 390 R- 44
Hygiene 10 R- 4
Music 287 Studio
Religion 241 R- 24
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19
Art 100 R. SO
Biol. 301 Sc. Bldg.
Chemistry 1 B Sc. Bldg.
French 1 A
History 103 A
Home Econ. 201 «
Psychology 101 B^
Spanish 1 A
(12:10 TTh. 11:15 S)
Biology 1 B
Chemistry 1 A
Economics 101 B
French 1 B
History 103 D
, R. 24
Home Econ. 203 Sc.
English 103 C
French 3 A
Mathematics 10 C
(11:15 TTh 10:20 S)
Chemistry 1 C Sc.
Economics 101 A
English 103 B
History 103 C
Home Econ. 101 Sc.
Phys. Educ. 230
Religion 103 A
Biology 101 Sc.
Chemistry 209 Sc,
English 10 C
English 10 E
Home Econ. 105 Sc.
Religion 103 C R- 8
Sociology 210 R- 1
Spanish 251 R- 24
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23
English 295 R- 1
French 231 R- 24
History 203 R- 44
Music 271 Studio
Sociology 201 R- 4
Economics 201 R' 1
English 103 D R. 44
French 3 B R. 8
French 101 R- 41
History 103 B R- 42
Home Econ. 304 Sc. Bldg.
Mathematics 10 B R- 26
Music 351 Studio
Psychology 101 C R- 20
THURSDAY, JANUARY 24
English 111 R- 4
History 209 R- 44
History 241 R- 42
Music 230 R- SO
Music 150 Old Chapel
Sociology 203 R- 1
Biology 1 A Sc. Bldg.
French 103 R. 24
Italian >1 R- 41
Mathematics 10 A R. 26
Music 283 Studio
Psychology 320 R. 20
Religion 103 B R. 8
Spanish 3 R- 4
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25
French 390 R- 4
Music 160 Studio
Phys. Ed. 240 R. 24
Religion 201 R- 8
Music 266 to be arranged.
Please notify Miss Simpson at
once in case of conflicts.
The traditional Salem Christmas
Dance will come off Saturday
night, December 8, around a scene
tinted with ice-blue lights, glitter
ing with red and silver, and swish
ing with wide-skirted formals.
Music for dancing will be furnished
by The Southerners, renowned in
formal group from Wake Forest
The dance will last from nine to
twelve. Late permission has been
granted until one o’clock for stu
dents attending the dance.
The Egure, involving members
Class fun, class cooperation, class
rivalry, and class enthusiasm—these
all united in Salem’s intramural
The annual event began Thurs
day with a senior-junior match and
is to be climaxed on Tuesday,
December 11, with a faculty-stu
The schedule for next week’s
games is below. Each game begin
ning at 5:00 in the gym.
Monday, Dec. 3—
sophomores and freshmen
Tuesday, Dec. 4—
juniors, and sophomores
Wednesday, Dec. 5—
seniors and freshmen
Thursday, Dec. 6—
juniors and freshmen
Monday, Dec. 10—■
seniors and sophomores
Sissie Allen is the A. A.’s volley
ball manager. Class managers are
Barbara Durham, senior; Mary
Gladys Rogers, junior; Hila Moore,
sophomore; and Mary Scott Best,
Circle the dates your class plays
and at least come down to the
gym and yell for your classmates.
of the IRS council, will take place
at 10:15 and will be follo'wed by
Arrangements are being made
for individual pictures to be taken.
Bids to the dance cost $1.50 and
are being sold by members of the
Martha Duvall heads the deco
rations committee and Patsy Hop
kins is co-chaiman.
Linda Chappell is in charge of
publicity and will be aided in publi
cizing the dance by Nan Williams,
Jane Noel, and Connie McIntyre.
Property manager is Sue Cooper;
Marybelle Horton is in charge of
Pat Greene is social chaiman and
Carol Cooke is responsible for the
Martha Jarvis will take care of
Sunday night, December 2, the
Y will be the moving force behind
a Moravian Love 'Feast in the
Home Church and open to all Salem
students and their friends.
During the service to begin at
8:45, Mr. Hughes will explain the
significance of the service. After
wards each person will be served
a sweet bun and a cup of coffee.
There will be special music by
Salem students while everybody
partakes. Lynn Hemrick will sing
“Come Unto Me” from The Mes«
siah” and Geraldine Mcllroy will
sing “He Shall Feed His Flocks,”
also from The Messiah. Earlier in
the service Suzanne Gordon will
play a violin solo.
The hymn singing will be led by
a chorus of Moravian students
from Salem, and Frankie Cunning
ham will play the organ.
Singers Party At Sardi s
Among the celebrities to hit New
York during Thanksgiving was the
Choral Ensemble of Salem College.
Thirty eight girls traveled on a
chartered bus to Washington for
one night. New York for one night,
and Pennsylvania for the remaining
On arriving in New York City
the bus toured Manhattan Island
in order to find the Taft Hotel.
Five o’clock until—(?) was desig
nated as free time. Traditional
Thanksgiving dinners were forgot
ten as the girls experimented with
food in German and Italian restau
Sardi’s, with celebrities’ pictures
on the walls, was not a disappoint
ment because some of ' the girls
saw Margaret Truman and her hus
band. They disproved rumors by
stating that she wasn’t pregnant.
Those girls “with connections”
from Princeton and other Ivy Lea
gue schools went to Birdland and
the Latin Quarter. Others went to
“Fannie” and “The Apple Cart” on
The girls who went to Carnegie
Hall to the Philharmonic concert
went back stage after the concert
to meet the concert master — a
friend of a friend. The girls said
that “there were no highbrows, but
mostly college and graduate school
Friday was spent at Radio City
and NBC studios. NBC was quite
impressed with Salem’s talent and
hopes to arrange an Easter pro
gram for the group. Some of the
girls got to take a peep at Julius
LaRosa at work in his studio.
The girls scattered in Pennsyl
vania to stay in the homes of the
members of the churches in which
they sang. “All the homes were
lovely,” they said. Most of the
homes had brand new Cadillacs in
their garages. One family was
Italian and one was English.
Nancy Carroll was the only girl
who had trouble with her Southern
accent. She left her Bible in the
Taft Hotel and when she called for
it the hotel thought she had left
Phi Alpha Theta, Salem’s honor
ary historical society, will initiate
its new members on Monday even
ing in the Friendship Rooms of
Strong. Selected on the basis of
their scholarship and interest in
history, the student members are
Martha Jarvis and Becky Hinkle.
After the initiation the members
will hold a dinner meeting in the
dining hall and will then return to
Strong to hear Mr. Chester Davis
of the Winston-Salem Journal
speak on the practical application
of history in the newspaper world.
The present members are Dr.
Africa, Dr. Austin, Miss Covington,
Dr. Hixon, Mrs. Heidbreder, Dr.
Minnie Smith, Mr. McCorkle, Carol
Campbell, Jo Smitherjxian, Celia
Smith, and Harriet Harris.