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Saturday, November 8, 1930.
The Student-Industrial Commis
sion liad its second meeting oi
Wednesday eveninij .it which timi
the Salem girls wfr - liostess to th(
Industrial girls at an informal suj)
per in the Social Room of the T.ouisi
Bitting Building. Miss Beulah
Parrish of Hanes Hosiery Mill,
clecled chairroaii of the group and
Miss Lclia liloor, stud, nt, was e'
cd secretary. Tlie discussicm,
present are centered on the common
interests of the student and the in
dustrial girl. At the first meeting
the amount, of leisure time and that
for which it is used, were discussed.
Some interesting contributions
made by members of both groups
wliieh would almost warrant the con
clusion that the industrial girl uses
her leisure more advantageously.
The group will meet every fir.st and
third Wednesday of the month, al
ternately at the city Y. W. C. A. and
at Salem College, and promises to
be interesting and worthwhile for all
members. Students participating
are, Lucy Martin Currie, Lc ‘
Coleman, Mary Absher, Lelia Bloor,
Thelma Stortz, Luola kirbv,| and
The Christian Servi
the second and
of each month
The group is made up of girls in
terested in Christian service abroad,
but in addition to the study and
discussion of mission problems,
part of each meeting is devoted to
Bible study. At present the group
is taking up the Sermon on the
Mount. Any girl who are interested,
but who have not yet attended these
meetings, are invited to the next
wliieh will be held next Thursday,
As this is World Fellowship week
the talk for Vespers on Sunday will
be in keeping with that subject. Miss
Eleanor Shaffner will play a harp
I At the Theatres |
le seniors of Agnes Scott Col
lege will be formally invested or
)veniber 8. The investiture cere
my is one of the most cherished
iditions of Agnes Sc
'J’he first lectures of the season
Agnes Scott is I>r. I'raiieo Hruno
nrrarde, a well known diplomat
d man of letters, will speak
Beta K.-ippa on Monday, October '20.
Imicron Delta Kajjpa will hold its
annual ta]> day on Xovember k
The annual stunt night at Mere
dith College was a triumph for the
or Class. Tile I'reshmen ,
Arcade Nissen Bldg.
PI B D»lOPfT
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^.atawba College strong eleven
ipletely white-washed the visiting
ni from Elon last Friday night.
The final score was .32-0 and a great
part of Catawba’s score was due to
the brilliant work of Joe Black.
.V. r. C. fV.
The English Singers appeared in
the Aycoek .Auditoriuin in Novem
ber -I. and presented a delightful
program composed almost entirely
of Elizabethan ballads. A large
group of N. C. C. W. girls attended
I.. G. Stoney, southern writer and
speaker, will spend November 6 and
7 on the campus of N. C. C. W. as
the third lecturer of the season. He
will give readings from bis book
Last Monday the annual statistics
were voted upon by secret ballot,'
Christine Hudson was elected “Ideal
Converse Girl.” The Converse beau
ty was also elected, but her identy
is concealed by the Arueal Staff.
J. C. Penny Co.
1.30-132 W. Fourth St.
On Monday, Tv:esday, and Wed
nesday of next week, a picture w’ith
an astounding cast is to be shown.
It is “A Lady Surrenders” with
Conrad Nagel, Basil Rath bone,
Genevieve Tobin, star of the stage
success “Fifty Million Frenchmen,”
and Rose Holiart, also a well-known
stage star. It is an unusual story
which must be seen to be appreci-
.'ited, and its stars co-operate to
make it well worth seeing.
For the latter half of the week,
Richard Arlen, Eugene Pallette,
Mitzi Green, and the new Mexican
actress, Rosita Moreno will appear
in “The Santa Fe Trail.” Arlen’"
many past sucesses in Western pic
tures make him one of the most
popular actors on the screen, and
the film debut of his leading lady
eagerly awaited. The delightful
little comedienne Mitzi (ireen has
won a place in the hearts of fans,
and they will not miss this chance
of seeing her again. Eugene Pall
ette plays his part in his usual
“Queen High” is the attraction
at the State for the first half of
next week. It is a rip-roaring
comedy, full of laughs and comic
situations. Charles Ruggles again
shines brilliantly in the leading
comedian role. Stanley Smith and
Ginger Rogers provide the romantic
element, and the whole is combined
into a delightful movie—all comedy!^
Mary Nolan in “Outside the I.aw”
is to be shown at the State Theatre
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
This film is to be accompanied by
four Vaudeville acts, an unusual and
very interesting feature of the
lar weekly program.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
West Fourth Street Winston-Salem, N. C.
We have a complete lirle of new fall Shoes,
Hosiery and Hand Bags
The Logical Place to Buy Shoes
Complete line of Imported and Domestic
Perfumes and Cosmetics
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
112 West -tth Street Phones 1093-1094
A DECORATIVE STAR IN COLORS FOR
ADVENT CHRISTMAS AND OTHER
; beautiful stars imported and we have the
White and Red Colors
hang to a light connection for $4.50
W. T. VOGLER & SONS
Fourth St. JEWELERS Cherry St.
SILKS ONLY, RIVAL
RUN PROOF UNDERWEAR
VESTS AND BLOOMERS
$1.00 Per Garment
D. G. CRAVEN COMPANY
Made of lovely quality glove silk weave material.
Will give excellent service and run-proof.
Flesh and Apricot
' peeping into a secret diary,
unlockinj? a forbidden door,
■aiing unsuspected and inter-
:ig things about young mar-
‘WSURANCE” With EDDIE CANET
FOR THE DANCE
DYED ANY COLOR
Winston Shoe Store
442 Trade Street
Servant in the Home'’
It does the cooking, refrigerating, sweep
ing, washing, ironing and other tasks—and
does them all more efficiently and with the
expenditure of less effort on the p»art of
the housewife than you can imagine. If
your home is not thoroughly electrified you
are missing much that makes life worth