University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Rone Sal ba SJ s The ALUMNAE RECORD ' Salem College Winston-Salem, N. November, 1929 c ~%,.-*: ■•-:^i' i* ill llpl P 1 X t 1 ■Hi * "^* ' ** 1 . 2973 Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 with funding from .
Robert Shore, donor of three electric sewing machines.
The May calendar iii'1 bring interesting memories of last days at Salem. Tea by the sewing classes of the Home Economics Depart- ment, given in honor of Mrs. Frank Mebane, of Spray, spoke at expanded Chapel Service upon her experiences in being presented at the Court of St. The Mathematics Club had its final meeting in the form of a picnic. May Day, picnic supper for students parents, and visiting alumnae, and at night two plays bv the Pierette Players. Miss Bertha Conde held three meetings and personal confer- ences with the girls.
3102 Shirley Scholarship Fund: vol.54, "£ay 1951, p. 2954 THE ALUMNAE RECORD Here and There Atnang The A. Y:'c* ^'.-' Yz'st Yi'ci Yi'iri ¥s'ci ttci TJ^, Set met Yi'ei Jpf W Wrt 1 The Alumnae Record Vol. Official organ of the Alumnae Association of Salem College. Alumnae Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting, College Din- ing Room ($1.00). Laying of the Corner Stone of the Louisa Wilson Bitting Memo- rial Dormitory, Campus.
3005 Students: girls whose ancestors went to Salem, vol.54, Jan. They ride at sunset and ride at dawn, and occasionally on frosty nights they are seen like Ichabod Cranes galloping across the moonlit spaces. 421 Published each month of the college year, at SO cents per year.
Elbert Russell, Dean of School of Religion, Duke University.