Wednesday, February 6, 1935.
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Salem and State Colleges seem to
get along swell — both inter-col-
legiately as well as-uh-anyway, just
ask Katherine Sissell and Marlon
Mitchell what we mean and you
will hear them sigh, “U-m-m-m-m—
and how!” which explains eve»y-
Both Katherine and Marion are
“true” to State, and it’s no new
thing to them to be invited down.
In fact, it’s getting to be a habit.
Socially speaking, the Freshmen
do not let trigonometric functions
so overcome them that they cannot
enjoy a good dance. Some of the
freshmen manage to keep their
names well known in other college
circles besides Salem. Peggy Braw-
ley attended the Carolina dance last
week, and has already been invited
to several more.
Although the cold weatlier does
not make us wish for flimsy silks
but winter woolens, the stores are
showing new styles in gay, bright
materials that defy wintry winds
and goose pimples. The usual spring
prints have been subdued by the
Blue, just plain navy blue, is also
being featured as one of the leading
spring colors. The new “sea color
ed” blues, (the best weca n do and
include all shades), are being shown
as spring colors in spite of their sud
den appearance in midwinter.
With such inviting fashions, it
won’t be hard to pull ofif the winter
plaids and brown oxfords for new
spring styles even in February.
“Unexpected storme are encoun.
tered by saxaphonists exploring the
The interior decoration of the
hut Saturday night has been com
plimented from all directions.
Lights, streamers, balloons, punch
and men, everything to be de
sired was provided, and all on a
limited budget. The bouquets go
' to the men of the faculty.
The price of wisdom is above ru
The habit of borrowing small sums
of money — anticipating pay-day —
is a pernicious practice and breaks
many a friendship. It is no kind
ness to loan money to a professional
“What rage for fame attends both
great and small!
Better be downed than mentioned
not at all.”
“Patience is a necessary ingredi
ent of genius.”
NOETH CHEKBY STKEET
New Knee-Length Hose
SALEM BOOK STORE
Special This Week Only
NEW SPRING DRESSES
Fonnerly $18.50 $1.$ JQ
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First and Main Streets
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Women's and Misses* Moccasin Toe
Scout Style Oxfords. Goodyear Welt
and Oil Treated Soles.
Black or Brown
Efirds Dept. Store
LOTS OP NEW SWEATEES
WWtes & Pastels
$2.95 — $3.95
319 West 4th Street
'’Exclusive But Not 'Expensive**
Next To Carolina Theatre
Smart Women’s Wear
"Servin* You Is a Pleasure”
$1.98 and $2.98
Tea Eose and White
Satin Lace Trimed — $1.98
“WE SERVE SALEM”
Character is the result of two
things—mental attitude and the way
we spend our time.
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