Saturday, October 29, 1932.
SENIOR MENTALITY LOW THIS YEAR
A Word to the Wise
But his ad-
don’t know. I
grandmother telling about them.
Please give me a definition at once.
I'll try to help you. It might be
well to consult Miss Lawrence who
has books and pamphlets on the sub
ject. Borrow Lou Brinkley’s mousie
and practice fainting when you see
it. Some I^. P. C. might do some
good. Ask Mr. Campbell about the
art of blushing. Try tills for two
days. Then, if results are not favor
able, look for a new man; perhaps
Mr. MsEwen will appreciate your
Ad vis a Anna.
Last night was
our first meeting. All ii
threw tin down the stairs as we left
Louisa Bitting, I’m afraid he’ll think
I love pots and pans so much that
I’ll have to do the cooking. Dean
Vardell hasn’t put that in my B.
Mus. and besides I’d rather have a
maid. Please tell me how to make
Dear Wanna Mary,
Your problem is very serious. But
you can be assured that you have
come to the right place. The next
time he says, “Darling you will look
like a green goddess in an apron
standing on the porch of a cottage
with roses ’round the door. You —
standing there to greet me when I
come home from work—” Now,
Wanna Mary, I suggest that you
break in at this point and say, “Yes,
dear, and I can see us at the table
gazing into each others eyes uncon
scious of the butler and maid.
I.ast week my roommate saw the
butter and egg man. It was violent
love at first sight. Ever since she
has been practicing eating peas with
her knife. She seems to feel that
this will bring them closer together.
I’m worried to death for fear she will
try to dip snuff. Please tell me a
quick-cure. Something must be done.
Dear Mary Katie:
I suggest that you ask Miss
Stockton for two gallons of peas.
Also borrow the butcher knife. Then
get your roommate to eat the peas
with that knife. I guarantee after the
first gallon she will be cured.
PROVE STATE OF
Noble R. McEwen has recently
completed rating the intelligence of
the class of 1933 at Salem College.
He has done a “Noble” work, but
due to hard times we cannot afford a
degree. Dr. Anscombe has kindly
contributed one of his old worn out
. The following reveals the best
bets for life-work of some of them.
All were rated idiots except one and
her moronic standing we think is due
to Mr. McEwen’s partiality.
Mary B. Williams baying to the
moon to drown out dogs interested
in dimil or work.
Louise Brinkley spotting I’s up
Billye Phillpot stamping straw
are you up to now?
TINDING things out, smarty! I thought I’d ex
amine the tobacco in a cigarette.
"Look here... this is Chesterfield tobacco. Notice its
lighter color...you don’t see any dark heavy types,
do you? I guess that’s why Chesterfields are milder.
"I’m told that uniformly lighter color is due to
cross-blending. It sort of welds all the tobaccos
"And here’s something else. Notice that these long
shreds are aU cut the same width. It stands to rea
son they burn smoother and cooler.
"I don’t pretend to be an expert but it looks to
me as if they make Chesterfields right.
"Here, light one. That’s the best test after all.
hats in December.
Price Twins—Trying to be dif
Ghilian Hall trying to decide why
Beth Norman and Ghilan Hall
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