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    WINSTON-SALEM, N. C„ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2], 1933.
Dr. H. Rondthaler
Speaks on “These
Days”
nts are Given Review
of Past Year
organized and interesting talk on
“These Bewildering Days”. He first
read a letter written by Lord Mac-
Caulay in 185T, which predicted the
arthT'hegtoing of 1933. A resume
of his talk is:
Roosevelt’s inaugural _ f dress began
Tt closed with°a humble prayer. This
‘^elsSnrairof\rbTkUlosTi:^nrur-
try stalled, all
asremblf the resJurcS^p" the b°ank9,
wondered if'^this w™7the'"end of civi-
in the Uni-
directl
were cut 15 pef
Mr. Higgins Signs
Chemist's Code
ence Departments
Is With N. R. A.
Mr. Higgins, head of the Science
tion with the N. R. A.’ signed the
code of fair competition of the said
Thecode”is given here in hope that
it will help Salem students to under-
signed*’fn connect'ion''wiTh the n! r!'
To effectuate the policy of Title
tebiishtd ^rs'Tcodrof'fX" Smj
dude every person engaged in
iTl^ours of Labor
(a) No person employed with the
Industry (whether such person is em-
sniiTHIiFS-i
First Vesper Service
Is Well Attended
Key toJSppfnTs^
On Sunday the 17th, Dr. Rondtha-
ler made the opening vesper talk
eoncering the ma.ior secret of a hap
py lifo His first example was
S’
He stopped by the tree. He looked
feel s^me^e^mbarra'ssml*^^^ Je°sus,
in His friendly pleasantness told Zae-
chaous that He was going to stop at
night of fishing were greeted by the
friendly words, “Pals, have you any
thing to add to a meal?” The man
briefly answered, “No.” Jesus,
however, had already prepared a meal
py, too. Thus we can think ahead
for someone and be of service by
around us.
this talk because the “Y” has tak
en service as its theme for the year.
wa^s''qu1te‘'gr.at’ifyin“’*Over^
dred girls and members of the faeul-
Y,"and”the”'lo'lo’ '^I'^wlirVi'ft Up
riirea\r;:eTg\^r-r--
rfheln^dusC^hS
of $15.00 weekly
that part of the United S
;e shall be at the rate
J?e‘n’ratrisla::.^
labor organization of his own choos
The Association of Co|n suiting
Inc. Js hereby design^ied as thf ^
the provisions of this Code, and to re-
0 thelndustry. The
imdertheVrov?stons“of t
rrSnfL°;x^;t^’’to’’Xh%h^
any member of the Industry si
Freshmen Hear Orien
tation Speaches
rence spoke to the new boarders, Ind
Mary Catherine Siewers, last year’s
form good hab"ts.*° BudgeHng' boih
time and money, use of the library and
?xplanationI*^of ^itr'ktans'^*of''d "
Miss Siewers advised the new ^ ^
EHiSHSgS
suited, take the advice of older sti
dents, take an interest in chapel se
vices, and keep up with the assigne
Y. W.C. A. Entertains
Salem Youngsters
beruffled children of i
down the path to L(
where the Y. W. C. /
en |oy( d the fun. As the
gan to fall and weary littl
ged in the dust, dainty c
Etude Prints Article
On Salem Music
College, Chui^, State At
Praised in Well-Known
; article which is en-
A Remarkable American Mus-
adition”, by Jay Media, was
;d in tW:Etude for this month.
; of its vital interest to the
m
:2i “xc/ wtaXS-sS “
will liear in the distance tiiTsii
the listener is musically |||,iformed
wh-ther the deceased is (1) a married
ililSi
!, “O Haupt Voll I
Student Governoieiit
Gives Bowery Ball
p of cider in o
French horns. 'Hie diary of the ^
Refused Trjquest from C
o the tolling of b
t the schedule of ti
Bishop Ffohl Speaks
At First Chapel
haler, in a few
“Of course I’m not a
?^r^si::^^:n?erb^
gowns. I ean hear Dean Vardell at
the organ, and I almost start to
.-Zi;:""
ToTe or fretting .' All this w'*
“Evidently,” said P
years the s’piritof Salem on
Miss Covington
Talks to
1 Advised to Make
s of girls - types
one who laughs, goes to the show, and
drug store, idles her time away and
fails her exams because of it. (2)
    

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