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The Daily Tar Heel Sunday November 16, 1952
Dr. W. S. McClellan, medical
director of the spa at Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., will speak to the
pharmaceutical seminar tomor
row at 5 cm. in Room 208 How
ell Hall. His topic will be "Spas
and Spa Therapy."
'The Freshman Friendship
Council is sponsoring an advance
showing of "Something for the
Birds," starring Victor Mature
and Patricia Neal, for the late
show at the Carolina Theater next
WEEK-END HOUSE CLEANING
SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY
This week-Overstocked in Philosophy, Educa
tion, the Sciences, Nature and Hobby Books
at sharp reductions.
205 E. Franklin St.
n Your Church
By Tom Neal
A La Carte
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Regular Dinners Curb Service After
O Fresh Vegetables 2:30 p.m. Sunday
TODAY and MONDAY
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Lewis Stone Robert Doucus
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ASSAULT ON ZENDA CASTLE !
A quintet of Carolina BSU
members journeyed to Camp But
ner Youth Center Friday night
to engage the sharp-shooting lads
there in an early basketball game.
The initial impetus for the con
test came last Sunday night when
15 Camp Butner youths were
guests of the BSU at the regular
Baptist Supper Forum. Although
the BSU cagers had held no prac
tice sessions prior to the game,
they turned in a creditable per
formance. x .
For the past two Sunday morn
ings attendance at Sunday School
has decreased considerably. Dr.
Epps is continuing his enlighten
ing interpretation of II Isiah, and
those students who are attending
his class are finding the Sunday
I morning discussions most benefic
ial. The class meets this morning
at 9:45 a.m.
The supper forum program to
night will be directed by Edlyn
Freerks, graduate student in eco
nomics. The program which will
I follow the 6 o'clock supper, will
j include worship through hymns,
litany and scripture.
Next Sunday a social gather
ing at the church will follow the
"Mortals and Immortals" is the
topic of the lesson-sermon in all
Christian Science churches today.
Church services and Sunday
School classes of the local group
are held each Sunday at 11 a.m.
in New West.
After enumerating and discus
sing the various ideas of God and
their applications to a vital Chris-
! tian faith, the United Student Fel-
, lowship today will take up a dis
cussion of "What Can We Believe
Several representatives of the
local USF are in Greensboro to
day attending the state meeting
of the United Student Fellowship
meeting which opened yesterday.
The sermon at the Congregational-Christian
church this morn
ing is entitled "Do You Want
To Find God?"
Religious Society of Friends
The Quakers will meet this
morning in Graham Memorial at
11 o'clock for their service. This
morning Isabelle Ryan, leader,
will discuss "Friends and Good
Works" how Quakers regard
The meeting of the Newman
Club has been announced for 5:15
TOM AND JERRY CARTOON
Better H omes
205 E.Franklin St.
p.m. at Lenoir HalL Members of
the group are requested to go
through the regular cafeteria line
and to meet on second floor Le
noir for a supper-discussion ses
sion. Five members of the Newman
Club are attending the Jubilee
Convention of the Southeastern
Province of the Newman Qub, at
Winthrop College (Rock Hill, S.
C.) this weekend.
Masses each Sunday are ob
served at 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. in
A dramatic presentation by
transcription of the life of Andy
Bershak, a former Carolina foot
ball player, will highlight the
evening program at Wesley Foun
dation tonight. Andy suffered
from an ' incurable disease and
knowing that he had only one
year to live, he wanted to make
it count. He did make it count
for himself and for others.
The weekly Wesley Foundation
schedule is as follows: Thursday,
5:45 p.m., vespers; Thursday, 8
p.m., Young Adults; Friday, 7:30
p.m., "Fireside" meeting; Sunday,
9:45, cocoa and donuts; 10 a.m.,
Wesley class, Joel Savell teach
er; 10 a.m., Young Adult class,
Dr. Frank Hamft, teacher; 5:30
p.m., Fun and Fellowship and 6
o'clock Supper and program.
fur : Iflfe
Wedgwood Plates Show
New England At Work
The CPU Roundtable discus
sion today will be prisoner of
war repatriation. The CPU meets
at 8 p.m. in the Grail Room, Gra
The Elections Board asks all
poll tenders to meet at 7:15 p.m.
tomorrow in Gerrard Hall.
The Forum Committee will
meet tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. in
the SUAB office in Graham Me
morial. Student Audit Board
The Student Audit Board will
meet tomorrow at 5 p.m. in the
Grail Room, Graham Memorial.
Features Drill Team
The Crack Drill Squadron of
the AFROTC presented an ex
hibition of maneuvers at Greens
boro High School Stadium Friday
night during halftime ceremon
ies of the Greensboro-Burlington
Cadet Major Robert P. Midgett
commands the drill squadron.
By Mary Grace Megginson
The spirit of the rugged men
who settled and tamed New Eng
land has been caught and pre
served for posterity in a collection
of 12 Wedgwood plates bearing
designs by Miss Clare Leighton,
a native English woman and for
mer Chapel Hill resident.
The plates, together with other
Wedgwood pieces, are on exhibit
in the main lobby of the Library.
The exhibit will continue until
The designs, done in black and
white, represent the basic indus
tries o New England portraying
the harvest wrung from both
earth and water.
Five show cases are devoted to
Industries depicted are sugar
ing, shipbuilding, grist milling,
whaling, farming, cranberrying,
ice cutting, logging, tobacco grow
ing, codfishing, lobstering and
Each plate shows d picturesque,
authentic phase of early New Eng
land life. Miss Leighton, who be
gan the project in 1947 while liv
ing near Chapel Hill, makes a
practice of gathering her material
first hand and, in fact, goes to
the location to become "a living
part" of the scenes she is to de
pict. She now lives in Woodbury,
She traveled all over New Eng
land to get material for her sket
ches. The plates, made at the
Wedgwood plant in Barlaston,
England, were completed only last
In each case, the designs show
workmen carrying out their par
ticular job. At the base of each
design the artist sketched the pre
machine age implements with
which the worfe was done. Often
Miss Leighton was able to locate
the ancient tools only in museums.
In addition to the 12 plates, the
display cases show, from sketch
to engraving, how they were produced.
Miss Leighton, one of America's
best known graphic artists, was
requested by the firm of Josiah
Wedgwood to engrave this set of
plates. The winner of a number of
prizes, miss ieigmon s worK nas
been displayed at museums in
New York, Baltimore, Washing
ton, the British Museum, the Vic
toria and Albert Museums in Lon
don and in the National Gallery
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LC Swi Ouih-P.O. Box 5905
RALEIGH. N. C.
!ClT. Statb Phohi No 1
WEEK WITH US
From November 16th to November
22nd we'll be celebrating Children's
Book Week at the Intimate Book
shop, and we hope you'll drop in.
There'll be a big display of the new
Fall Children's Books, chosen for gay
color and moderate price.
And a small present for every small
person who brings his parents.
You aren't as old as you think!
Come in and enjoy a second child
hood with us during Children's Book
205 E. FRANKLIN ST.
We believe that the most import
ant gift in the world is the gift of
a book to a child. No other gift car
ries so much promise for the future.
No other gift offers so much pres
We believe that quantity is import
ant in a child's reading. Net one
book, or two. but lots of books are
needed to satisfy new little minds
in a big strange world. Therefore
you'll find our selection of books
leans toward inexpensive editions.
We believe thai color is important.
We've seen so many books, beloved
of librarians, approved by grammar
ians, equipped with Thorndike vo
cabularies and the latest psycholog
ical gadgets, but still-born because
the average child wouldn't touch ike
dull-looking iiing with a five-foot
pole! So you'll find most of our
books are colorful and inviting.
We view our children's shelves as a
gateway to the rich world of books,
and we hope that our selection will
make that gate a delightful oe to