Wednesday, February 13, 1935.
ARE MARRIED IN
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Business. lie is a member of the
Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Kappa PsI,
and Phi Beta Kappa fraternities.
For the past three years lie has
been connected with the Wachovia
Hank and Trust 'Company at its
main office in Winston-Salem.
After the ceremony an informal
reception was held at the Officers’
club for the wedding party and out-
of-town guests. The cake which was
made by Mr. Bruner especially
for the occasion was cut with a
The Winston-Salem guests were:
-Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shaffner, Dr. and
ifrs. ir. E. Rondthaler, Miss Grace
Siewors, Miss Etta Shaffner, Miss
Virginia Shaffner, Will Shaffner,
Mrs. R. F. Willingham, Miss Elea
nor Willingham, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Guthrie, Miss Mary Catherine Sie-
wers, Ned Heefner, Louis Shaffner,
Archie K. Davis, Miss Margaret Mc-
lioan, John Creech, Graydon Pleas
ants, Bill Turner, Miss Edith Kirk
land, and T. A. Bedmon.
I LINE O’NEWsl
' -a 1. - ■ >1
—Roosovelt doesn’t pay any at
tention to those politicians who are
seeking gravy in Washington these
days . . . (What’s the matter, ain’t
he doing right by the unemployed?)
i—Homo Owners’ Loans are being
—Farmer Bob Doughton is not un
employed.- He works from 6 a. m.
until 5 p. m. in his regular job and
then handles left-overs of the day.
—Logionaires want the teachers
paid better . . .it’s the spirit of
—Japan says she will race with
the rest in building navies.
—Pepper market crashes in Lon
don causing a hot time.
—Flu, pneumonia and other mala
dies spread in Europe killing thous
ands of peasants.
—Wilmington wants to play with
teams in Piedmont League next sea
—J. P. Morgan, the man who holds
midgets in his lap and billions in
his banks, plans to raise one and
a half million by the .sale of pieces
from his art collection.
—Forsyth County has Winston-
Salem’s schools, now Winston-Salem
wants Forsyth county to take over
its school debt.
—IT. S. to make a real air base
out of Hawaiians, thus strengthen-
ing peace in the Pacific.
—Lucky seven again. One out of
e%’ery seven in the U. S. is dependent
upon the government for a living
—Gertrude Stein visited the Uni
versity of Virginia last Tuesday.
Now Poe ’a Eaven will have company.
—Labor will start “one hell of a
fight” for higher wages to be paid
with the new four billion dollar re
—London man dead for five min
utes, when revived says he went to
heaven. No childTen there, only
happy grown-ups. No moths or de
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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 glarelesa — for playing bridge
and other games in comfort . . . and an equally efficient light for
a quiet evening of reading.
Phone Southern Public Utilities Co. and ask for a free demonstration
of the new type direct-indirect lamp in your home.
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY
WITH THE B:o;ptsi
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LIKE CAMEL'S mild
and pleasing flavor. It is one
that I never tire of I And I
find that Camels never up
set my nerves. Smoking a
Camel gives me a feelingof re
newed energy, too.” (Signed)
BOBBY WALTHOUR, JR..
former amateur bicycle cham
pion of United States and win
ner of 6 six-day bicycle race s
•M’M STUDYING TO BE AN ARCHITECT," says
Kling, ’38. "My course includes structural engineering
.. designing... drafting — regular classroom work. And
when I’m working on my term project, for example, try
ing to figure complete plans and specifications. I’m at it
for hours at a time, often late into the night. Sure, it tires
me. But when I feel fatigued and can’t concentrate, I pull
out a Camel. And as I enjoy Camel’s fine, rich flavor, I
can actually feel my energy being restored. Soon I am
back at work — feeling fresh and clear. Camels are so
mild that I smoke them all the time, and they don’t
ever bother my nerves.” (Siened) VINCENT KLINC. ’38
“Carnets are mode from*
finer, MORE tXPENSlVf
Domestic — than any
other populor brand/'
R J fttYNOlDS TOBACCO C0Mf>4*V
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ENJOY THE CAMEL CARAVAN
Walter O’Keefe, Annette Hanshaw, Glen Gray’s Casa Loma
Orchestra...over coast-to-coast WABC-Columbia Network
10:00 p.m. E.S.T.
8:00 p.m. C.S.r.
9:30 p.m. M.S.T.
“HOW GOOD IT IS to
sit down and enjoy the de
lightfully pleasing flavor of
a Camel," says this enthusi
astic young sportswoman.
"The feeling of exhaustion
slips away as Camels un
lock my store of energy.
My spirits improve. And I
feel wide awalce oncc more.”
(Signed) MARDEE HOFF
R. J. Reynolds Tob. Co.
GIT ON YOUR