This is the beginning
of the end . . .
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, March 29, 1957
To Be Given
By N. Newby
Tonight at 8 :30 in Memorial Hall
Nell Newby will open the annual
series of senior recitals given by
candidates for the Bachelor of
Music degree. She will highlight
her' program with the Grieg Con
certo in A minor.
Now a student of Mr. Clemens
Sandresky, Nell has studied piano
for twelve years. In Thomasville
she studied with Mrs. Clyde Du-
.» Bose. At, Salem, she has studied
N with Mrs. Margaret Merriman as
. well as Mr. Sandresky.
Nell is the daughter of Mr. and
' Mrs. Walter F. Newby of Thomas-
' ville. Gn campus she has been
- active in the Choral Ensemble and
Y. W. C. A. and has held the of
fices of vice-president of Clewell
Dormitory and librarian of the
In addition to the Grieg Concerto,
Nell’s program for tonight will in
Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Sonata in F Major, Op. 54
Waltz in A minor. Op. 34, No. 2
Etude in E, Op. 10, No. 3
Sonatina in C Major, Op. 13,
Ne. 1 - Kabalevsky
There will be a reception in the
Friendship Rooms of Strong im-
. mediately following the recital.
To Play Bach
Nancy Humphrey, who studied
mathematics and physics at four
universities, will give a Bach re
cital on the harpsichord in Main
Hall, April 1 at 8:30 p.m.
Her musical study was begun at
the age of five but was interrupted
when she went to college. After
teaching math and physics for a
.time during the war, she again
9)egan her study of music seriously.
Her study of harpsichord was en-
'couraged by Ralph Kirkpatrick
iof Cornell University, although she
-.has not studied with him.
Her musical training is mainly
fSelf-taught, since her duties as
wife, mother, and piano teacher do
vnot allow much extra time. She
lives in Greensboro at the present
The program for Monday night
includes: French Suite in G major;
Preludes and Fugues from the
fWell-Tempered Clavier; English
‘Suite in A minor; Partita in B flat
major; and Chromatic Fantasy and
On Saturday afternoon, April 6,
at 3:00, the Athletic Association
will sponsor a field day of spring
Softball, tennis, archery, and
relay races will be the major at
tractions of the afternoon. Prizes
will be given, and all sports will
be supervised by members of the
A. A. council.
Boys are invited to come, too,
This is one afternoon when girls
will not have to worry about enter
tainment for their dates.
At 5:30 a picnic supper, complete
with fried chicken, deviled eggs,
potato salad, and even a bonfire,
will take place. There will be
enough food to satisfy even the
largest male appetite.
Juniors Elected To Major Positions
Among the new officers of campus organizations are (left to right) Marybelle Horton, I. R. S. president;
Barbara Rowland, Y. W. C. A. president; Jane Bridges, May Day chairman, and Betsy Smith, A. A. presi
Nancy Lomax, freshman from
Coral Gables, Florida, has been
chosen narrator for the 1957 May
May Day chairman, Joan Reich,
announced on Tuesday the begin
ning of practice for the pageanti
Rehearsals will be held from five
until six o’clock in Old Chapel, and
in the gj'm, until the weather per
mits outside rehearsals.
Anne Brinson and Joyce Taylor,
dance leaders, have chosen the
music and have done the choreo
The material has been purchased
for the costumes which were de
signed by Jane Bridges, May Day
chairman for 1958. The sewing
committee will begin work imme
The pageant, a Norweigen Fairy
Tale, was written by Martha Jar
vis. Martha received many of hep
ideas while studying in' Norway
this past summer.
May Day is scheduled for May 4.
In high school Nancy was out
standing in debating, and was a
member of the National Forensic
League, an honorary society for
high school speakers.
At Salem she is majoring in
Home Economics and plans to get
a teachers’ certificate.
She enjoys water skiing, sailing,
and making clothes. She “ also
worked on the committee in charge
of redecorating “Davy”.
Carol Cooke, Reynolds’ representative on campus, and Marcia Stanley,
Salemite reporter pose, behind the Camel brand.
If you are planning a trip to
Tanglewood and know about it
ahead of time, the Dean’s Office
requests that you sign out during
the regular hours on Thursday and,
Friday. Any absence that inyolves
missing a meal is especially import
ant to the dining room because
late sign-outs sometimes cause
large amounts of food to be un
eaten and wasted.
The annual Junior-Senior Ban
quet will take place next Wednes
day night at Forsyth Country Club.
* * *
Miss Covington attended a meet
ing of the North Carolina Econo
mists Association in Raleigh on
Monday and Tuesday.
While in Raleigh, Miss Coving
ton was the guest of Governor and
Mrs . Luther Hodges at the Gover-
To Be Fi
Top offices were filled this week
for more of the major campus or
ganizations including PiepretteSr
Sights and Insights, Athletic Asso
ciation and May Day.
Five remaining offices will . be
filled after today’s and Monday’s
elections. The chief marshal and
the N. S. A. co-ordinator were
named today; Monday’s election
will decide the president of the
rising sophomore, junior and senior
Shirley Redlack from Statesville,
N. C., was elected editor of Sights
and Insights; Betsy Smith frorii
Mount Airy, president of the Ath
letic Association; Jane Bridges
from Pottstown, Pa., chairman of
May Day; and’ Lynn Hamrick, a
day student from Winston-Salem,
president of the Pierrettes.
Editor Was Assistant
Shirley Redlack is well suited for
her new role since she is assistant
editor of the annual for the current
year. She is a history major and
a member of the International Re
Shirley’s other activities have in
cluded IRS, Student Government
and President’s Forum, and house
president of Clewell Dormitory-
She is secretary of the Junior class,
and a marshal.
Betsy Smith, an outstanding
member of the Athletic Comictl
and a chemistry major will fit well
as president of the A. A. Betsy’s
interests at Salem include the Pier
rettes, the Honor Society, and she
is president of the Lablings.
Court Member Chairman
“Potts”, as most people know
Jane Bridges, will handle expertly
the role of May Day chairman
next year. She is an art major
and a member of the May Court
“Potts” is photographic editor of
Sights and Insights and tennis
manager for the junior class.
Music major, Lynn Hamrick has
had quite a bit of experience in
drama since she has been at Salem
and can ably serve the Pierrettes
as their president.
Last year, Lynn was in "The
House of Bernarda Alba” and last
fall she took the lead role in "The
Her other Salem positions in
clude vice-president of the Choral
Ensemble, treasurer of the Day
Students and a marshal.