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Thursday, September 28, 1933.
On behalf of the Off-campus stu
dents we wish to make acknowledge
ment of, and to express our appre
ciation for the office of Dean of
Off-eampus students that has just
been effected. This new office will
afford a consideration and an inter
est in the welfare of the Off-campus
students which heretofore has not
been accorded them.
Wo are particularly pleased that
the faculty saw fit to appoint Mias
Riggan to this office. It will
our purpose and pleasure to offer
Miss Riggan our whole hearted co
OTKiration in complying with the pre
cepts of her guidance and counsel to
Open to Students at All Times
For Group Appointments Dial 982
’’ AFTER THE SHOW
CAROLINA DRUG j
1 Fourth At Spruce
I (Opposite Carolina Theatre)
I DIAL 4131
“Sign of Distinction”
Robert E. Lee Hotel Bldg.
Campus Is Scene
Of Unusual Hunt
Juniors Entertain Frteshman
On Friday night, September 22,
■om 9 until 10:30, bedlam broke
loose in the form of a Scavengei
Hunt, given by the Juniors for theii
'■'tie sisters, the Freshmen. Greeted
the doorway of the Louisa Bitt
ing Recreation room with the words,
‘ ‘ Grab a partner, and off to the
hunt!”, girls were so-on flying from
Alice Clewell’s attic to Buddy
Down’s bedroom. In the ensuing ex
citement Dean Vardell was relieved
of three blue neckties (all favorites
which Mrs. Vardell was eager to dis
pose of); Alice Clewell lost approxi
mately sixty or seventy precious
“bumps”; Louisa Bitting was de
prived of several handsome photo
graphs (all o them men, to be sure);
Miss Riggan was bullied into contri-
tiuting three remarkably large moths;
Miss Kate Smith was mobbed while
enthusiastic ad-seekers literally muti
lated her favorite magazines, and
Sarah Lindsay was almost compelled
to retire because of the sad depletion
of her wardrobe. Finally, in the
midst of the grand rush sounded a
bell—loud, appealing, triumphant—
announcing to all that the end had
truly come. Each of the winn
Rachel Carroll and un unknc
iwarded with a bucket of candy
s, after which ice cream and
es were served to the hilarious
Senior Class Hose
l'’ull Fashion Pure Thread
In The Best Fall Shades
2 Pairs $1.50
West 4th Street
Headquarters for Best
SHE TAUGHT HIM
Inspired him to attain power
and glory—but at the cost of all
that endeared them to (?ach
1 to fi P. M.
A. A, U. W. Meets
On Tuesday night the Winston-Sal-
n Branch of the A. A. U. W. r '
the Recreation Room of Louis!
mg Building. This was their first
leeting of the year. Dean Baldwin
'as the speaker. Officers of the
Winston-Salem Branch are Mrs. Mel
ville Prongay, President; Miss
ginia Batte, Vice-President;
Margie Hastings, Secretary; Miss
Kathryn Emmart, Treasurer;
Miss Marian Blair, Corresponding
Bible Class Has Tea for
Tuesday afternoon . from 4:30 to
30 the Young Ladies Bible Class of
the First Presbyterian Church enter
tained at tea for the Salem girls who
Presbyterians. The girls were re
ed in the Club Room of the new
Si^nday School Building and were
served with'tomato sandw iches, cream
cheese and olive sandwiches, hot tea,
•oasted peanuts and ice cream with
French pastry. Miss Diana Dyer
teacher of the class.
Salem Girls attending were Miss(
McArn Best, Jane Brazelton, Agnes
Brown, Susan Calder, Rachel Carroll,
Josie Chase, Margaret Connell, Rachel
Edgerton, Mary Ruth Elliot, Alice
Guerrant, Mary Hart, Morgan Hazen,
Ethel Highsmith, Miriam Houston,
Elizabeth Hubbard, Georgia Hunting
ton, Helen Jones, Katherine Lasater,
Florence McCanless, Ann McKinnon,
Margaret McLean, Ruth McLeod,
Gertrude McNair, Nancy McNeely,
Martha Moores, Martha Neal, Martha
Nolan, Elizabeth Norman, Francis
Norris, Jean Patterson, Isabel Pol
lock, Cortlandt Preston, Mary Eliza
beth Rankin, Mildred RawlingSi, Su
san Rawlings, Jean Robinson, Mary
Sample, Miriam Stevenson, Ann Tay
lor, Elizabeth Torrence,, Lois Toi
rence, Ann Vann, Bessie Lee Welborn.
Mrs. Victor Blakeslee, the much
loved speaker at Salem last year is
in Winston-Salem. She, however, has
been unable to come to the college be
cause she is under management. Mrs.
Blakeslee talked to Zina and asked
her to deliver a message of love to
the girls, and regrets that she cou’ ’
not be present with us this year.
It will be remembered that Mi
Blakeslee is the author of “A World
Can End”. Her latest book is
First to Return”.
The Senior Class
WEE BLUE INN I
Every Night j
From 9 to 10
Sandwiches, Drinks and
Pickles, Olives, Fruit
Everything for Sandwiches
ONLY THE BEST
MATERIALS USED IK
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wear, for classroom and campus.
So trimly tailored, so discreetly trim
med, but with touches of originality.
You’ll just love them.
ONE AND TWO-PIECE STYLES
$7.95 ™ $29-50
X«rvclty tweeds and rough weave
silk in black, brown, wine, !green
See Our Splendid Coat Values!
WEST FOURTH STREET
SALEMITES TAKE A PEEK—
At the New Fall Fashions—and Oh my! at the accessories
to match those Fall Fashions, at the Anchor Co.
Make This Store Your Headquarters
The ANCHOR Co
"Shopping Center of Winston-Salem"
PURE SILK PRINCESS SLIPS
Lace Trimmed ^ |^Q
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SALEM BOOK STORE
And a youth said. Speak to ui
,nd he answered, saying:
our friend is your needs answ
He is your field which you sow with
love and reap with th “
And he is your board a
When your friend speaks his mind
you fear not the “nay” in your own
ind; nor do you withold the "
And when he is silent y
t to li
a the “ay”. '
t your heart
For without words, in friendship,
all thoughts, all desires, all expecta
tions are born and shared, with joy
that is unacelaimed.
When you part from your friend,
you grieve not;
For that which you live most in him
may be clearer in his absence, as the
mountain to the climber is clearer
from the plain.
And let there be no purpose in
friendship save the deepening of the
For love that seeks aught but the
disclosure of its own mystery is not
but a net cast forth: and only the un
profitable is caught.
And let your best be for your friend.
If he must know the ebb of your tide,
let him know its flood also.
For what is your friend that you
should seek him with hours to kill.
Seek him always to fill your need,
but not your emptiness.
And in the sweetness of friendship
let there be laughter, and sharing of
For in the dew of little things the
heart finds its morning and is re
from The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
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