Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 6, 1959
Who’s Who In American Colleges Recognizes Six Seniors
Committee Selects Brooks, Carroll,
Foard, Prathers, Tesch And Williams
Williams, Nancy Jane Carroll,' bandi bhaver Frather, Joan brooks
nj (seated) Sarah Tesch and Susan Foard.
Salem’s WHO’S WHO . . .
jOwen D. Lewis, reporter for the
Winston-Salem J o u r n a 1-Sentinel,
will present a program on “beat
niks” at the opening meeting of the
Humanities Club, Thursday, Nov.
12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student
Union. An open discussion with
ail members atteding will follow the
program. Coffee will be served to
conclude the meeting.
|A future program is planned to
center around the English novel.
Dr. John Broderick, who is in the
English department at Wake
Forest, will be the speaker.
. iThis club was formed to foster
interest in the humanities—religion,
philosophy, and the arts. Dr. Lewis
and Mr. Hill are the club advisors.
Any student on campus may join
this club by just attending the meet
ing and showing interest. Lydia
Seaber, chairman, invites all stu
dents to the meeting Thursday
Students may check with their
faculty advisors for any deficencies
(D, E, I or F) on mid-semester
day, Wednesday, Nov. 11. Any
class in which a student has an
E, F or I can not be cut for the
rest of the semester.
Freshmen may take their two re
maining overnights after mid
semester, and their evening engage
ments increase to two nights per
Joan Brooks, Nancy Jane Carroll,
Susan Foard, Sandra Shaver Prat
her, Sarah Tesch, and Nan Williams
will represent Salem College in the
1959-60 edition of Who’s Who
Among Students in American Col
leges and Universities. These six
seniors werh selected on the basis
of excellence and sincerety in
scholarship, leadership and parti
cipation in extra-curricular acti
vities, student citizenship and ser
vice ■ to the school, and promise of
future usefulness to business and
The six girls were chosen by a
faculty committee composed of Dr.
Gramley, Dean Sandresky, Dean
H i x o n. Dean Heidebreder, Dr. 1
Africa, Miss Byrd, Mr. Denton, Mr. |
Johansen, and Student Body presi
dent Nan Williams.'
Joan Brooks, from Roxboro, is
chairman of this year’s May Day
Committee. D o u b 1 e-majoring in
mathematics and public school
music, Joan plans to attend grad
uate school in math next year.
She has been active in Dansalems,
Choral Ensemble, the YWCA, Pier-
' rettes and has worked for Sights
and InsighU. She has just been
made a member of the Order of the
Nancy Jane Carroll, a voice major
from Farmville, is president of the
Music Student Organization. Like
Joan, she plans to attend graduate
school next year. Nancy Jane has
participated in Choral Ensemble
the Humanities Club and the Pier
rettes, and has worked on the
Salemite. She is a member of the
Salem College Honor Society.
Susan Foard, editor of the Salem
ite, is from Asheville. In previous
years Susan has been active on the
Salemite staff and in the Human!
ties Club. She has served as presi
dent of the IRC and is a member
of the Honor Society and Phi
Alpha Theta. Double majoring in
history and Latin, Susan plans
graduate work in American history.
Saudi Shaver Prather, the only
one of the six who boasts a wed
ding ring, is majoring in history.
Married this past August 22, Sandi
will graduate in January. She hopes
someday to go to graduate school
and afterwards to teach on a col
lege level, but “first” she says, “I
have to do justice to my role as a
wife, since it’s lost out a little with
school.” Sandi has been active in
IRC, Pierrettes, Student Govern
ment and has worked on the Sights
and Insights stafl. She is a mem
ber of the Order of the Scorpion
and of Phi Alpha Theta.
Sarah Tesch, a native of Wins
ton-Salem and vice-president of the
Student Body, is majoring in re
ligion and minoring in elementary
education. She says, “I hope to
teach fourth graders next year, and
how many years after that depends
on many things. I plan to go to
graduate school summer after next.
Someday I'm going to travel again!”
This last statement is reminiscent
of her past summer’s trip to Oslo,
of course. Sarah has been active
in the Choral Ensemble, and has
served on the cabinets of the IRS
and Y. W. C. A. She is a member
of the Order of the Scorpion, Phi
Alpha Theta, and the Honor So
Student Body president. Nan
Williams of Farmville, N. C., has
been active in student government
throughout her four years at Salem.
She has also been active in Pier
rettes and IRS and was the Oslo
scholar from the sophomore class
in the summer of ’57. She is a
member of the Honor Society and
the Order of the Scorpion. Next
year. Nan plans, graduate study in
Chemistry and the year after that
Carter Talks On
[SNEA will present Doug Carter,
supervisor of special education in
Winston-Salem city schools, discus
sing education of the gifted child
in assembly Nov. 11-
fA frequent speaker on special
education, Mr, Carter works with
teaching gifted children and de
veloping a circulum that will chal-
lange these students.
^This summer he taught a demon
stration course on specjal education
at Western Carolina. He has also
compiled a book on how to treat
high I. Q, children, and methods of
Vincent Price, well known actor,
art collector, and author, will speak
concerning “The Enjoyment of
Great Art” at 8:30 Tuesday night
in Memorial Hall. This lecture will
be the second in the Salem College
Lecture Series for 1959-1960.
In reviewing his autobiography I
Like What I Know, the October
eighteenth, issue of the New York
Times described Price as “patron
of the young unknown artist, a
dedicated hard working missionary
for art.” The review also said that
Price is bound by no accepted value
judgments and praises his first
hand, open-eyed encounters with
art . He disarmingly confesses
how his own taste, perception, and
capacity for appreciation have con
stantly changed and expanded.
The star of stage, screen, and
television says he prefers^ conaedy
roles, but the parts of vilhans are
the most fun in the world.
Mr. Price graduated from Yale
with the idea of using his deg^e
in art to become a professor. He
obtained his masters degree in Art
from the University of London, ana
while there he accepted a dare to
try out for a part in the play Chi
cago.” He got the part and from
the on all thoughts of becoming a
professor vanished. Since then e
has appeared in such plays and
movies as “Song of Bernadette
“Champagne for Caes^, the
House of Wax,” “The Ten Com
mandments,” and “Cirois He
gained fame as Prince Albert m the
London production of “Victoria Re
gina,” and later played opposite
Helen Hayes in the New York per
formances of the same play. Be
sides being an actor and art col
lector, Mr. Price is well-known as
an amateur archaeologist and' an
His other hobbies include garden
ing, swimming, cooking, and travel-
I. R. S. will sponsor the Fresh
man Room Contest in the form of
an Open House from 7:30 to 9:00
on Thursday night, November 12th.
Both Clewell and Babcock will be
open at this time. The faculty is
to judge the rooms in respect to
neatness, suitability and arrange
Refreshments are to be served in
the Terrace Room of Babcock dur
ing this time and prizes of movie
tickets will be awarded.
Gift From Y
Did you know that you con
tributed to CARE? The “Y” as
your representative to service or
ganizations sent $25 to CARE this
week. This $25 will be divided and
sent to five different countries.
Since each student at Salem is a
part of the “Y” each one of you
helped send this money.
ing. In 1956 he was awarded an
honorary doctorate for the Califor
nia College of Arts and Crafts.
The Lecture Series Committee
and some of the interested towns
people will have dinner with Mr.
Price in the club dining room be
fore the lecture and afterwards
there will be a coffee for him in
Strong Friendship rooms.
Installation ceremonies and a lec
turer mark the SNEA meeting
scheduled for Tuesday night.
Officers-elect include Dottle
Thompson, treasurer; Cynthia Hy
att, secretary; Sally Tyson, re
porter; and Sybrilla Caudle, histor
Mrs. Lucia Karnes, new elemen
tary education supervisor in the
city area, is guest speaker for the
Ann Beck, president of SNEA,
announced recently that plans to
attend the organization’s conven
tion in Raleigh, Nov. 14, will be
discussed in detail at Tuesday s
Class meetings will be held dur
ing regular assembly period Mon
day, Nov. 9. Important business
will be discussed by all the classes
except the senior class, which does
not plan to meet.
Jackie Baker, acting chairman of
the freshman class, announced that
permanent class officers will be
elected to replace the temporary
officers selected earlier this fall.
New officers to be elected include
president, vice president, secretary,
asd treasurer. The freshmen will
meet in Old Chapel.
According to Betty Cox, president
of the sophomore class, the sopho
mores will begin planning for their
annual Christmas banquet to be
given for the seniors in December.
The junior class will elect a class
advisor during their meeting. Class
president Barbara Edwards stated
that the juniors will also discuss
plans for selling food to raise
money for the various projects of
Exact location of the meetings
will be posted on the bulletin board
in the dining hall.
In case of the violation of a rule
the student involved is to go on
double restriction IMMEDIATELY.
When extinuating circumstances
arise the girl should see Rosemary
Laney, chairman of Judicial Board,
before going on restriction.