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Saturday, November 24, 1934.
THE SALE MITE
THE PATSY” A GREAT
After li.Tviiig seen Mary Penn as
“The Patsy” win the lieart of Cliar-
io Jenkinfs as “]jong^ Anderson” un
der iiis own careful direction on who
to get the man j'oii love most of us
feel that we are fuUy callable of
conquering the greatest woman-ha;tcr
in the world. These lessons alone
were worth the price of admission
to say nothing of seeing Bushy Mc
Lean storm and rage at Mr. John
Fries Blair and Mr. Blair take it.
How we learned to love tlie poor
little mistreated Patsy and to hate
her sister Grace in the short hour
and a half. We lived witli the peo
ple in the pla-y their lives in a very
different manner from the way they
are really lived. We suffered with
Patsy in her ups and downs and
laughed at her attempts to learn to
l>e the “life of the party” through
studying the set of books w'hich she
ordered, and wondered for a while if
she thought that she was Alice-in-
wonderlaiid l)ecause she kept saying
in a dazed fashion “There’s no use
crying over spilt milk because there
two many tears in it all ready” and
“.\1I the world’s a stage, but most
of Us are only stage hands.”
(With Apologies to Gertrude Stein)
Turkey, fat back turkey
Not a country, but a bird
Turkey, f'ooked with gravy
Gravy, grease, i}Ot a country
Cranberries, bright red cranberries
Jelly, maybe jelly red
Bright jelly, cranberries red
Maybe they’re raspberries.
Pumpkins,'pumpkins on the vine
Velow' Pumpkins ala.s.
Yellow pumpkins in the cellar
Cellar yellow, yellow cellar
Tf they aren’t pumpkins they must,
“There are three things which do
not let a man stay at home: smoke,
dri])]>ing, and an evil wife.”
—Pope Innocent, ITT.
•‘There are three species of crea
tures who when they seem to be
coming are going.
When they seem to be going they
come: diplomats, women, and
Elly Yoiir Pre-Holiday
Feasts at the
SALEM FOOD STORE
Belk Stevens Co.
The Biggest and Best
An exceptional value as French
Stationery is generally sold at
11.00 to $2.00 per box.
SALEM BOOK STORE
HOW NOT TO UGHT A BRIDGE TABLE
Think of trying to play bridge by the light of two candles, stuck in
bottle tops. Yet that is the equivalent of the light in many homes
—■ a level of illumination that will make any party drag.
For gayer, livelier parties, use an indirect portable lamp. It pro
vides the ideal light shadowless and glareless — for playing bridge
and other games in comfort . . . and an equally efficient light for
a quiet evening of reading.
Phono Southern Public Utilities Co. and ask for a free demonstration
of the new type direct-indirect lamp in your home.
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY
Made Fresh Daily in
Nuts and Mints Made to Order
Be Sure to See Our Chocolate
Place Cards^ Tally Cards ^d
Favors for Thanksgivinir
The University of Egypt has estab
lished a biological station on the
Reil Sea, where many fishes are so
remarkably brilliant in color.
PIEDMONT ENGRAVING g.
Wi N STON-Salem, N.C.
MISS EVELYN WATTS,
popular New York debu
tante: "The last Camel I
smoke at night tastes just
as good as the first in the
morning. Camels are very
mild, too. Even when I
smoke a lot, they never
upset my nerves."
Camels a r« mad« from
finer. More Expensive''
other popujor brand.
EDWARD KENT, '36-GEOLOGY STUDENT.
Edward Kent knows the value of a full re
serve of natural, vibrant energy. And that’s
one of the reasons why he sticks to Camels.
In his own words; "It takes a lot of hard
work to acquire any thorough knowledge of
geology—and a lot of energy. It’s tiring at
times, but like most of the fellows around
here, I have found that smoking a Camel
cheers me up ... chases away all fatigue...
gives me diat 'lift’ in mental alertness and
physical well-being which I need to be able
to go on working with renewed energy.”
B. J. Reynolds Tobacco Compaziy I
JOIN THE NEW
’With ANNETTE HANSHAW
WALTER O’KEEFE TED HUSING
GLEN GRAY’S CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA
10:00 P.M. E.S.T.
9:00 P.M. C.S.T.
7:00 P.M. P.S.T.
9:00 P.M. E.S.T.
8:00 P.M. C.S.T.
8:30 P.M. P.S.T.
OVER COAST-TO-COAST WABC-COtUMBU NETWORK
SURVEYOR. "When I’m
working hard, I find that
a great way to keep up my
energy is to smoke a Camel
every now and again,” says
Prescott Halsey. "Camels
seem to bring back my nat
ural energy and chase away
all feeling of tiredness.”
CAMEL’S COSTLIER TOBACCOS
y never get on your NERVES!