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Brevard College, Brevard, JJprth Carolina, Friday, December 13, 1936.
5 approaqh the la^son^, of
it should be with a spirit
9f real unselfishheas, remembering
thatjt is indeed ‘‘more blessed to
gjye, than to receive." We haye
probably J)een thinking for' weeks
of. all the things we y^ant for pur-
selves at Christmas, hardly once
stopping to think of the things we
may., dp for oar friends •, to, make
them happier. We may say that
we are not able, perhaps financially,
to do the things we would like to do,
for p^pie. Is'this ^ yery good ex
cuse, if we might call it an excuse
at al}? .There. are so many little,
thougtful things we can do for oth
ers thiit require little ihoney or time;
and thtoe are very often the things
that are ippreciated the very most
of all. Expensiveness- of presents
has so awfully little to do with the
appreciation of the people receiving
th«n, while the spirit of thti giver
has everything to .do with it.
At the lasfe meeting^ of this club,
Mr. Dendy took a group picture of
the members. Poycie.. Helms de
monstrated before the club a new
method of developing the,;picture.
A very interesting Christmas pro
gram was presented at the last meet
ing of this club, with Frank Pen
land presiding and the following
members appearing on the program:
Octavia Lath(am, Vivian Kreger,
Gertrude Yarboroiligh, Rena Mor
gan> and Ifettie Giles. , Mrs. Pangle
contributed greatly ;to ,the program
by leading ,,a discussion pf Christmas
customs in v^ious countries.
■ 'The vice-president of the club,
Ferrell Young, presided over .4he
last meeting. Dean Buckner spoke
on “Why England EJntered the
World War.” The following officers
were elected for next quartern pres
ident, Willis Turner 5 vicCrpresident,
Sforman Plott; librarian, Marjorie
Whisenant; - Sybil Spratt was chos
en as chairman of the program com-
5ft. 4in. 1201bs.
Muei have “it.”
l^UBt be a good sport.
Must have dark chestnut hair.
Mufit have the facial features Pf an
Esquire inodel. "
Must have biedrbom eyes.
Must have senauous lips.
Must hflve a voluptuous figure.
Must huve pietrl^h legs.
Must have dainty feet. *
Mutt always be able to wear clothes
Must be able to sing as well as Loret
Must be able to dance as well as Gin
Must have Ifast ,$10,000,000.
6o*vixLgt9& 9po:rt, XaG.
Everything for the
Discriminating Sportaman -
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Girls it our Hobby.
Oj»ly EKta»iT« Shoppi for WomM ;
Imittee, selecting the following to
serve with her: Frances Rose, Ida
Whisenant, Carlton Larring,, Ward
I Everhart, and Betty Brookshire.
Frances Goforth has been chosen
I to succeed Bubber Goodin as presi
dent of the Dramatic (^lub; Robert
I Dixon was chosen as vice-president.
The members decided to pay ten
cents each quarter for club dues..
Try-outs for the new play, “Skid
ding,” will be held Saturday the
The last meeting of this club was
i principally a business meeting, at
which plans were made for a social
[the next night.
The Minipterial Band is made up of
young men who are energetic. At
our last meeting Sev. R. D. McNeer,
suggested that we chdlenge the For
ensic Club for a debate. A committee
was appointed to decide ori'some query
*nd report to the president or vice
president. We are looking forward to
Inquiring Reporter 7'ell „ Tales
Question: What are you going to
do for Christmas?
Virginia Hunter : “Go to Charlotte.”
jaufa McWhirter: “Have a late
ieleh Avett: “Fall in love all over.”
Sarifeilic Nihician: “Go home.”
Susie Mallon^: “Lexington Iwund.’
“BeH” Taylor: “Tied to Mamma’s
iSlaihe Call: “Jiinmy‘^8 coming.”
Ruth Dow: ‘’See him.”
M^gie Whisenant: “Get a new per
Ruth S^ylyester: “Eat and get fat,”
Eunice Arnold: “Gonna, have com
Annie Ituth Call: “Dp the work so
that Elaine can have a date.”
The following letters were given
me to be published in some part of
the paper. Here they are:
Dear Santa Claus,
I have a crush on
the cutest boy in school. He has
dark hair and gorgeous dimply.
If you could put him under my
Christmas tree, I would be very
A good little girl, F. G
All I want this year is
a dormitory of boys who will ask
I my permission to leave the campus
for the week-ends. If I do not have
to worry about these boys, then
shall have more time to eliminate
the competition I have over the li
J. Wesley, Jr.
Santa, Dear, >
Please bring us each a carton of
the brand we prefer, and a big box
The S. Club
Here it is the Yuletide season
once more. I still thi nk that it is a
weary wPrM, but if you can persuade
Bud GMton to part with one of his
pictures of that Asheville girl, Char-
lott, th^n l^v^on't ask for anything,
not even a i^d wagon'.
May the requests in these letters
be granted. '
.! - f 't / ’ • • 1»^
,.,We, ^re startinjg: a campaign tor
a very, very needy cause. The lx>y8
at Taylor Hall' want some tweeiers
to !3,rch ti^ir ey^brows.. Donations
lyiU be ,greatfuliy. recieved by Bill
or Phillips. .^. ,
Lloyd iays there’s nothing like a
)ack Mat in the bus, provided a
blonde is along^or company. Whom
will he' choos^ this year? There are
several girls interested in^ him, but
whom does he find interesting?
Joe jack is doing double duty, at
West Hall and next door to Town
HaU. He says that, he is keeping
up at West Hall hoping for a break
during the holidays.
Eddie Carlisle SMms to be really
in love this year. . »
Use College Seal
With ihc Name of Your
Dormitory on It.
25 SHEETS OF PAPER AND
ENVELOPS FOR 25 CENTS.
Give printed station-]
ery for Christmas.
Wc make a special offer for]
SrtTart OoUtgft ^si
That Young—Clayton affair has
almost come to an abrupt end, but
it has reviving moments. It's rum
ored that Walter is trying to beat
little brother’s time.
Gussie Rose and Leighton have
that look in their eyes. Rather sud
den, but rather niee*
What dark-haired, girl from Vir-
erinia Lodge says that Earl is back
The Swan—Freeman affair seems
to be cooling.. They are hot seen
together very biN»n.
Bob Summers is very attractive
to Clem. •
. .. Contin^t4 m page 4.
We have the very things you. areiooking for tp take
home to little brother or little sister and father an«j Another for,Gb?ist-
mas. They would appreciate a gift froin your 'college, town in the
mountains, and we appreciate your patronage. ' ,
United Varity Store ^ .
P. s. Dear Mr. Student Boy:
If you love your girl friend, that’s entiKly
your business; if she loves you, that, of course, is hieE byiiines^; it you
love each other, that is the business of you both; BUT, if yoi|^
like to give her a nice gift for Christm|M, that’s my., buf^nese. Come
and see me about it. *
H. S; Stroud,