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Wednesday, October 24, 1934.
Carolina, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday — “Chained
with Joan Crawford and Clark Gable,
Otto Kruger and Stuart Erwin. The
story is of a young secretary who
marries her wealthy employer after
his divorce, despite the fact that
she loves someone else. The eternal
triangle ensues, which ends with the
husband releasing his wife to the
State, Wednesday, Thursday —
“The Old-Fashioned Way” with
W. C. Fields and Baby Leroy. The
Show-Barker, “Great MeGronigle”
provides hilarious entertainment by
his escapades to keep ahead of the
sheriff. This picture is highly rec
ommended by the reviews.
StateJ Friday and Saturday —
“Smoking Guns” with Ken May
nard. Selected estimate not avail
A child should have a pocket
Supposing in the road
lie should chance upon a turtle ,or a
lizard, or a toad;
However will he carry them,
Whatever will he do.
If he hasn’t got a pocket
To put them into?
Susan Adger Williams.
DOTS, DASHES AND
We were taking an aeroplane ride
over Winston-Salem the other day,
and flew south of the town. Sudden
ly we found ourselves above a green
field on which ware dashing here
and there little dots of red, yellow,
black, and white. First the dots
would spread out evenly, two moving
toward the center of the field; then
we saw a tiny white speck, roll thru
the green. All the dots dashed mad
ly after the white speck, wham
ming sticks right and left. Then one
yellow dot pushed the white speck
out to the side, and carried it to the
end of the field, where upon the dots
resumed their first positions. This
little tableau was a hockey game at
Salem College, viewed from above.
Not from Coach: Lady, if that ball
can be seen from an airplane, it must
have done some tall growing since
last year. I think the players had
difficulty in seeing it, themselves,
from a distance of about four feet.
Wo are looking forward to a gigantic
hockey season, if we can judge by
the increase in size over last year’s
A Georgia Tech student unneces
sarily repeated a course in the same
room under the same professor with
out either of them realizing the
How shall I know, unless I go,
To Cario and Cathay
Whether or not this blessed spot
Is blest in every way?
Now it may be the flower for me
Is this beneath my nose,
IIow can I tell, unless I smell
The Carthaginian Bose?
The fabric of my faithful love
No power shall dim or ravel
Whilst I stay here, but oh, my dear!
If I should ever travel!
—Edna St. Vincent Millay.
DRIP, DRIP, DRIP
A parody on the first stanza of
Tennyson’s “Break, Break, Break.”
Drip, drip, drip.
On thy rough, scarred floor,
And I would that Salem could have
A gym no one would disdain.
Distinctive “Natural” Perman
ents that youthify, flatter and
last. Hair that is bleached, dry
and brittle after summer at shore
can be reconditioned at the
Gilda Beauty Salon
SALEM FOOD STORE
Where To Buy
Today or Any Day
NEW SHORT SUITS
Beautifully Fur Trimmed
Colors, Black Brown, Green, Rust
D. G. Craven Co.
10% Off on All Work Done For
Shoppes in Craven’s and
Women’s Smart Apparel
See All Our New Tilings
MRS. HUGH BROWN
fis Now Connected With Us and'
Will Be Pleased to Se« You
432 N. Liberty St.
Have You Tried
PUSSY LIP STICKS,
When Up Town — Ask to
See This New Line
CHARLES STEPHENS, JR. '35 — pra-medical.
He says: "I’ve followed the recent scientific in
vestigations which confirm Camel’s 'energizing
eflFect.’ But I already knew from my own per
sonal experience that Camels lift up my energy
and enable me to tackle the next assignment with
renewed vigor. It has been definitely established,
too, that Camels are a milder cigarette.”
get a vASI
WITH A CAfAELl
Throw off that tired feeling this quick and enjoyable way!
Pull out a Camel—light up — enjoy its rich, pleasing taste.
Before many minutes have passed you feel a harmless and de
lightful renewal of your energy. Join those who are finding a
new pleasure in smoking as they "get a lift with a Camel!”
Smoke steadily? Of course! Camels are made from finer, MORE
EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS, and do not get on the nerves!
tune ini CAMEL CARAVAN with Glen Gray’s Casa Loma
Orchestra, Walter O’Keefe, Annette Hanshaw, and other
Headliners — over WABC-Columbia Network.
TUESDAY . . 10p.m.E.S.T.
9 p.m. C.S.T.—8 p.m. M.S.T.
9 p.m. E.S.T.
8 p.m. C.S.T.—9:30 p.m. M.S.T.
GIRL EXPLORER. Mrs. William
LaVarre says: "Any time I’m tired
I just stop and smoke a Camel. It
wakes up my energy in no time.
And here’s an important point.
Smoking Camels steadily, I find,
does not aflfect one’s nerves.”
Cam«ts tire made from
fitter. More ExpeW$ive
TojbtCitcos *-Turklsh and
Domestic — than any
other popular' brand.
HOCKEY PLAYER. Bill Cook,
Captain of the famous New York
Rangers, says: "The way I guard my
nerves and yet smoke all I want is
to smoke only Camels. They have a
taste that sure hits the spot. I smoke
a lot and I find that Camels never
get on my nerves or tire my taste.”
B. J. Reynolds Tobacco