Page Eight CONING EVENTS TH€ SAL-EMIT£ Monday, November 13_ 1972 November 14 -- 19 14 1:15 p.m. 14 7:30 p.m. 14 8:15 p.m. 16 8:00 p.m. 16 8:15 p.m. 16 8:15 p.m. 17 18 7:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 17,18 8:00 p.m. 17,18 20,21 19 8:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 19 19 4:00 p.m. Eugene Genovese, History University of Rochester Piedmont Lecture Series Drama Workshop Salem Fine Arts C. Weaving Lecture and Slide Show presented by Edwina Bringle of Penland. Call 723-7395 Hanes Community C. Coliseum Drive Winston-Salem Symphony and Chorale Concert Emile Simonel, violist Reynolds Auditorium R.J. Reynolds H.S. Art Lectures Miss Janis Elam on “Lyonel Feininger” Miss Leslie Maddocks on “Mary Cassatt” Reynolda House Reynolda Village New York Lyric Quartet WSSU Lyceum Series Hanes Auditorium Salem Fine Arts C. Violin Concert, Thomas Christian WFU Artists Series Wait Chapel Wake Forest Univers. Orchestra Concert performing a William Schuman program N.C. School of the Arts Hanes Auditorium Salem Fine Arts C. "Dracula" Winston-Salem Little Theatre Theatre Hanes Community C. "Hedda Gabler” WFU Little Theater Studio 8 East WFU Library Forsyth Kennel Club Dog Show Call 768-7790 Memorial Coliseum Cherry-Marshall Voice Recital, Donald Hoirrup sponsored by Department of Music, Wake Forest University DeTamble Auditorium TribbleHall Wake Forest Univers. Group Hoots Trip Here’s all the scoop on the Pierrette Show Tour. . . We will leave Salem Square Wednesday, November 22, at 1:00 p.m. via chartered bus. Return will be late Sunday evening, November 26, and the round trip is $30.00. We’ll stay at the Picadilly Hotel in the city for $5.50 a night for four in a room, totalling $22.00 for the entire weekend. Pierrettes will be glad to order tickets to any of the following five shows: 1. No, No, Nanette - Thanks giving Day matinee -$6 — longest running musical on Broadway. “A revival of the Youmans musical of 1925. . . ” - New Yorker magazine. 2. That Championship Sea son - Friday evening - $5.50 ~ Best Play ‘72 - N.Y. Critics Award. “This extremely well-written and important comic tragedy... is about the reunion of an old basketball coach and four players who, years ago, won a trophy for him, and about many other matters besides.” - New Yorker. 3. Grease - Saturday matinee - $5.50 - “contemporary American redneck opera” ... “A musical that paro- - dies, by faithful imitation, the songs and dances of the 1950’s...” - New Yorker. 4. Butley - Saturday evening - $7 - This comedy focus es on the professional and personal problems of a male member of the University of London’s faculty. 5. Radio City Music Hall Christmas Show - Thurs day evening - $5 - Radio City is one of the few re maining movie theatres in the world that still has stage shows, and the an nual Christmas show is pre sented with all the pagen- try that is connected with the Music Hall. We will send in a group order for these tickets, and if any are not available, money will be re funded. If you want to go, re turn the attached form with the money for tickets and a $10 deposit for room and bus to Julie Monday, October 16, to Julie Kidd, 231 Clewell. Remember you don’t have to order theatre tickets, and anyone can come. Make checks payable to Pier rettes. THE ABC’s OF DIAMONDS BEGINS WITH THE LETTER NAME .ROOM/DORM. CHECK THE SHOWS YOU WANT TICKETS FOR: No, No, Nanette f$6.00) That Championship Season ($5.50) Grease ($5.50) Butley ($7.00) Christmas Show ($6.00) TOTAL WILL YOU BE STAY- WITH THE GROU GROUP AT THE PICADILLY HOTEL? YES NO (DON’T FORGET TO ADD IN THE $10.00 DEPOSIT) Continued from page 7 The actions of the Right are, of course, a most calculated risk. The image of “reasonable ness” exuded by the govern ment in the face of so much provocation may win it sympa thy from that segment of the populace as yet not polarized. But by that time, the planned damage may have been done. NOCTURNE SET Before you select your diamond ring, know the ''4C's of diamond quality and value: Color. From shades of yel low to finest white. Clarity. The measurement of imperfections. Cut. Determines the degree of brilliance. Carat Weight. The meas ure of a diamond's size. Every ArtCarved diamond is carefully selected and graded for superior color, clarity and cut. The carat weight of the diamond is permanently engraved on the inside of each ArtCarved ring, providing lasting value for lasting love. cylrt Carved Hot Toddies Join Other Fine Drinks your On a chilly autumn evening there is nothing better than a soothing hot drink. Hot drinks are great for friends because they are just pick-me-upper on a cold day. They are great when you are under the weather too. Pop corn and cheese are great com panions. of water, add about ! tbs, of sugar (season to taste) add about 1% tbs. of lemon juice Heat and serve in mugs with cinnamon stick. All these drinks are great on a cold winter night to warm you all over. FOR EACH DRINK: Heat about 14 cup pineapple- grapefmit juice (sweetened) May add just a small amount of whiskey which makes it great. Serve with cinnamon stick or dash of cinnamon. Serve in mugs. Hot cider and orange juice make a good hot drink. For each drink mix about 14 cup of each. Heat and serve with cinnamon stick. May also add some whiskey. HOTTY TODDY Mix in pan, less than 14 cup NUT-COATED CHEEZE LOG 8 oz. cream cheese, softened 4 oz. Roquefort or blue cheese. 1 jar cheddar cheese spread (sharp). 1 tbs. Worces tershire sauce. 1 tbs grated onion. 14 tbs salt. Finely chopped nuts. Thoroughly blend all the in gredients except the parsley and nuts - chill thorou^ly. Shape cheese mixture into a log or mound on piece of aluminum foil and roll evenly with desired amounts or parsley and nuts. Wrap, chdl until ready to serve. Usso Dead Battery — Flat Tire No Gas Free Road Service FOR Salem Students At SOUTH MARSHALL ESSO 600 S. Marshall & Academy 722-4661 723-7530 788-8831 2f discount per gallon of gas to students and faculty with identification or double green stamps. 410 NORTH SPRUCE STREET The Old Salem A convenient place to find that special gift for parents, for friends, or— just for yourself . . . CHINA PEWTER CRYSTAL framed prints WOODEN ACCESSORIES OLD SALEM REPRODUCTIONS 614 South Main Street Monday-Saturday: 9:30 A.M.-5 P.M.

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