The following girls spent the week
end at their respective homes: Eliza
beth Strowd, Louise Latia, Christine
Brooks, Evelyn Graham, Mildred Mor
rison, Lois Crowell, Alice Cilley and
While Mary Todd visited at G. W. C.
Carry Mcore and Maude Mayj v/ere
yisiied here by their respective sisters.
' Laura Howell, Edith and Marjorie
Hunt, motored to Blowing Rock for the
v/eek end, as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Holland of Win.'ton-Salem.
Miss Hannah Weaver from Ashe-
33 1-3% off
ville, has recently entered Salem as a
new student. Salem extends to her
the heartiest of welcomes.
Misses Elfie Bames, Hester Banks,
Helen Coble, Wilhelmina Huske and
Helen Phoebus left for their respective
homes on Wednesday.
Misses Rachel Jordan and Edith
Hunt left for lialei"h on 'ihursday to
iit:.,cnd tlie ir.Lsrcohegiate press acso-
jii.tion as representatives of the
“ii. U. L CAMPAIGN.”
“We can’t have foilis at Salem,”
ihe Hygiene Class announced,
“Who laii to hold iheir sliouiders up,”
tio on a pian they pounced.
1 he plan was very simple,
uoiiipiete in ea^n respect—
A pian conipeiung every one
10 Stand and sit ereoc.
ihe class appointed judges,
i.iaue,^ufacurcs by uie score—
Alia vv'iiui. injy proacheU they prac
No one could ask for more.
A nice reward was offered
J.11U ciass who Uid t;ie best.
The bopnomoies xt^ere tne straightest,
Ana Liie judges did tne lesi.
Mr. Ingle: iName some production
in which the supply excceds tlie de
Kiight Student: Trouble. Every
body IS making it.
The Smart Shop
415 TRADE ST.
Flapper and College Girl
Dresses our Specialty.
Visit Us When Up Town.
Freshman; Miss Albright, how do
you make your students understand
Miss Albright: First, I tell them
what I’m going to tell them; then I
tell them; then I tell them what I told
Eunice Grubbs (on Forum)—“The
gorilla is the king of the African for
ests. He lives in Africa.”
Mr. Ingle: “These subjects are very
simple. I think I have given them too
learned an interpretation, but I can’t
Pud Griffin (mournfully)—“I’ve got
Ed. but I’d rather have gym.”(James.)
E. G. Moore: “Alice, v/hen are you
^oing to pay me that nickel I owe
Wear Mine’s Shoes
■'O’Hanlon’s Drug Store
Welcomes You Always to Our Store, where Courtesy,
Politeness and Good Service Is to Be Found
THE REXALL STORE.
THE GIFT SHOP
Welcome the Young Ladies of Salem at all times.
When in lieedof-Gifls in the JEWELRY LINE, be’sure to see
what the GIFT SHOP has to offer ta supply your wants.
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We Bring PARIS TO YOU
We extend to you a most cordial invitation
Come and leisurely stroll through the store and inspect
FASHIONS FOR THE FALL SEASON
“Our best service is at your service”
Rosenbacher & Bro.
The Store of Fashions.
We are glad to welcome
Salem College Girls back.
We have missed them.
The Anchor Store
MEET ME AT THE IDEAL
Jersey Silk Vest and Bloomers
Special $L95 each
Corduroy Breakfast Robes $2.95
. All colors
Phones 321 & 380
Phones 321 & 380
Demand the Best in Hsdr Nets
' By calling for
Southern Beauties use “Southemettes"
Both Beauty and Net are Made in Dixie
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