Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, December 8, 1961
ningham. Mason Kent, Dot Grayson.
Twelve Girls Elected As Representatives To May Court
Representatives to the 1962 May
Court were elected in assembly on
Tuesday, December 5. Three girls
from each class were chosen.
Seniors chosen are Ann Cunning
ham, Dot Grayson, and Craig
White. Ann, from Spartanburg, |
S.-C., is a music education major.
She was on the May Court Com- j
mittee last year and is May Day j
Chairman this year. Dot is from'
Charlotte, N. C., and is majoring
in English and minoring in speech.
She is vice-president of IRS. Craig,
from New Bern, N. C., is a history
major and is getting a teaching
certificate in primary education.
The junior class is represented
Agnes Smith And Anna Transou Reign
As May Queen And Maid Of Honor
The newly elected Queen to reign
over May Day festivities this year
is Agnes Smith, a senior from
She attended Douglas Freeman
High School in Richmond before
coming to Salem. While there, she
was a member of the National
Honor Society and Quill and Scroll;
she was also head cheerleader. At
Salem, Agnes was sophomore class
representative to IRS. Her junior
year she served as a marshal and
vice-president of her class. She is
now president of the senior class.
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Agnes Smith and Anna Transou
Her hobbies include Such things
as knitting and sewing. She is
presently knitting Christmas stock
ings for her newly married sister.
She also enjoys sports, especially
swimming, but describes herself as
being definitely “not athletic!”
A girl of many interests, Agnes
is double majoring in economics-
sociology and art. She is busy
planning her senior art exhibit to
be given in the spring of this year.
Upon graduation, she wants to
work in commercial art or adver
tising, perhaps for a firm in Rich
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Any May Queen must be assisted
by a Maid of Honor, and this year
Anna Transou has been elected to
the honor. Anna, who is from
Greensboro, was a member of the
May Court last year. She is a
seven year member of Salem, hav
ing attended the Academy and the
■ Anna worked on the Handbook
Committee her junior year, and has
served as ad manager on the an
nual staff her junior and senior
years. This year she holds the of
fice of senior class secretary.
A sociology-economics major, she
hopes to work in a welfare depart
ment after graduation. Anna, who
especially enjoys traveling, toured
Europe this summer. Other in
terests include water skiing and
golf, and less active pasttimes such
by Chris Joyce, Anita Hatcher, and
Martha Tallman. Chris, from
Raleigh, N. C., has a double major
in chemistry and art. She has been
vice-chairman of the May Day
Committee for the past two years.
Anita is from Fayetteville, N. C.,
and is a home economics major.
She is secretary of the Dansalems.
This is her third year on the May
Court. Martha is from Augusta,
Georgia, and is majoring in socio
logy-economics. She was on the
Court last year.
Ann Griffis, Mason Kent, and
Pam Truette represent the sopho
more class. Ann is majoring in
sociology-economics. She is from
Denton, N. C. Mason, from Dan
ville, Virginia, is a sociology major.
From Albemarle, N. C., Pam makes
her second appearance on the
Freshman class representatives
rre Sally Bacon, Susan Evans, and
Jane Webster. From Chattanooga,
On Monday, December 11, Mr.
'Ians Heidemann, assistant profes
sor of piano, will give a recital of
vorks by Frantz Liszt (1819-1886)
n commemoration of the ISOth an
liversary of his birth.
The recital will be held in Me
morial Hall at 8:30 p.m. At this
time he will play “Hungarian Rhap
sody No. 12 in C Sharp Minor”,
‘Ballade in B Minor”, “Memphis
Waltz”, and “Concerto No. 1 in E
Flat Major.” Mr. Clemens Sand
resky will be at the second piano.
This Issue of The Salemite is
the last before Christmas vaca
tion. The next paper will be
issued January 12.
Tennessee, Sally represents the
freshmen on the Legislative Board.
Susan is from Lookout Mountain,
Tennessee, and expects to major in
English. From Lexington, N. C.,
Jane is a member of IRS.
Harvie Dies In
Mr. Louis Edwin Harvie, profes
sor of biology, was killed Decem
ber 2, when his Volkswagen col
lided with a tractor-trailer at the
intersection of Old Rural Hall Road
and N. C. 66.
Mr. Harvie, of Danville, Virginia,
began teaching at Salem in Sep
tember, coming here from the Uni
versity of Virginia where he had
completed all work except his the
sis for his doctorate. He was a
brother of Dr. Edwin J. Harvie, Jr.,
of the Bowman Gray School of
Medicine of Wake Forest College
and the son of Mrs. Mary Roan
Harvie and the late E. J. Harvie
Funeral services were held Mon
day, December 4, in Danville. Mar
jorie Foyles, Dr. French, Mr.
Campbell, Dr. Gramley, and Sue
Parham represented the faculty
and student body.
A memorial service for Mr. Har
vie was held Tuesday, December 5,
in Home Moravian Church. A
resolution concerning Mr. Harvie
passed earlier in the day at the
faculty meeting was read at this
Dr. O. C. Bradbury, retired head
of the Department of Biology at
Wake Forest College, joined the
faculty earlier this week on a tem
porary basis to teach Mr. Harvie’s
freshman biology class. A per
manent replacement has not been
appointed yet. Mr. Campbell will
teach Mr. Harvie’s advanced bot-
I any section.
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