inn* 3A.Lt Milt
October 8, 1943.
(Continued From Page One)
of the Foreign Policy Association
to talk in March on i>ostwar plan-
A glance at the program for this
year’s lecture series gives promise
for increased understanding of
matters of vital importance today
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
AT GLEE CLUB MEETING
The Glee Club, under the direct
ion of Mrs. Nell Starr, is in full
swing again. At the meeting last
week the following were elected to
serve as officers for the coming year:
Presideat Jane Lovealce
See.-Treas Molly Cameron
Librarians Sheffield Liles and
Accompanists June Reid'and
Although the club is very well
balanced now, new members will
be allowed to join at the next meet
ing. After this, there will be no
more taken in.
Don’t think you have to be a
music major or have a trained
voice to belong to the Glee Club.
You don’t. If you enjpy singing
and like to harmonize, come on.
This is the very thing for you.
The members sing anything from
“Seranade” to “Tea for Two.” You
will have a chance to hear your
favorites, so don’t forget to be in
room 100, every Thursday at 5:15.
(Continued From Page One)
lied forces found the going tough.
There the Germans have rushed an
armored division and have opened
a bitter battle against General Mont
gomery’s Eighth Army. The Ger
mans have ended their three hun
dred mile retreat and are taking a
stand against the Allies along a front
that envelopes one hundred and
On the Home Front:
Congress, at the end of the week,
is still wrangling over the new tax
bill. That it will abandon Mr. Mor-
genthau’s plan and draw up one of
its own seems likely.
The political fireworks started yes
terday. First to toss his hat into
Republican presidential candidate
ring was Minnesota’s governor Har
old E. Stassen, Wilkie’s manager at
the 1940 party convention.
The nation was duly proud of its
record this week. According to all
reports thus far submitted, every
state has exceeded its war bond
quota and is backing the attack.
FOR A HORSEY GOOD
TIME SUPPORT THE
Bet Hancock was elected presi
dent of the Secretarial Class at
its meeting on Monday. The other
officers are Marguerite Worth, sec
retary, and Marlene Tucker, treas
urer. Both Bet and Marlene were
Salemites last year.
A Social Committee was also
elected for the coming year. The
girls on this committee are re
sponsible for the planning of any
social events, which include trips
to the uptown business departments.
Speakers and dances. Those elected
were Nell Adams, Lillian Dalton,
Sara Lou McUair, Mary Page, Doris
Svajin, Margaret Biddle, Pat Wat
son, Hattie Ward and Margaret
Well folks, let’s pull up .a chair
and prop our feet up on the nearest
something to prop our feet on and
get clanny, you know—^just like a
club—and speaking of clubs, that’s
just what I’ve got on my mind.
Did you know that there are
twenty-four Salemites out for rid
ing, and did you know that, with
that many people in a bunch, there
could be a very nice club? Now if
that doesn’t call anything to your
minds, let me say “Kiding Club” at
you, Salemites! How does it sound?
Too much like something in a dream?
One moment! This dream has a
whalloping big chance of becoming a
It’s something like this. Riding
takes place every Tuesday and
Thursday out at Anderson’s and oc
casionally the girls plan “riding
suppers” and eat out at the academy.
(Already sounds like,a club, doesn’t
it?) Too, we hear that the faculty
is interested in Tiding. Dr. Achmann
and Miss Hauser are planning
to go out with the girls.
Now just what do you think about
it all? I think it’s swell. All we
have to do is to pull down some of
those gossamer threads and make
them into reins for the “Riding
Club”—to put it on its own and not
a part of the A. A. Let’s hear from
Be Sure to Visit Us Early
Ready to Wear Shop
217 W. Fourtli Street
Welcome Salem Students
631 W. 4tli St.
Bowl For Health and Eecreation
J. R. THOMAS
ICE & COAL
^ BELK-STEVENS ^
I Department Store |
Invitations — Announcements
Calling Cards — Stationery
H. T. Hearn Engraving Co.
632 W. Fourth Street
Full Line of
Cosmetics and Perfumes
4th & Spruce — Dial 4131
(Opposite Carolina Theatre)
CAROLINA DRUG STORE
PIN YOUR FAITH
ON THIS LABEL
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
112 W. 4th St.
Paschal Shoe Repair Co.
We Also Dye Shoes Any Color
“Best In Our Line”
219 W. 4th St. DIAL 4901
RAY W. GOODRICH
317 W. 4th — Dial 7994
SALEM GIRLS’ STORE
For 30 Years
Prompt Call and Delivery Service
Near Salem College
Phone 6104 534 g. jiain St
UP TOWN MEETING PLACE
the ANCHOR CO.
“The Shopping Center”
HOTEL ROBERT E. LEE
Dining Room and Coffee Shop
Fifth and Cherry Streets
“The Home of Better |
BUILDING & LOAN
236 N. Main St.—Winston-Salem
Victor, Bluebird, Columbia
ai)d Decca Records
Dependable for More Than 86 Years
I TheAnchorCo. loc. |
I The Kiotographic Department I
■ ★ I
DIAL 6126 1
2nd Floor M
g Music of All Publishers ■
I Columbia Masterwork I
■ Recordings I
B Musical Merchandise I
I * !
I Brodt-Separk Music Co. |
I 503 W. 4th St.—Phone 3-2241 1
I NEW-ATTRACTIVE |
jjj Note Paper and
I Stationery in Formals
50c and 40c per box
^ phone 7121
IDBY CL£AN1>J6 COl
612 West Fourth St.
Welcome to Salem College
J. J. ANGELO
529 & 704 N. Trade St.
We have a full line of |
SPORTS WEAR |
It is worth your while I
At Popular Ptices. B
I WELCOME, I
Salem Students |
to our New Store |
EFIRD’S DEPT. STORE |
Trade Street ■
I WELCOME, SALEM |
Comer Fourth & Cherry |
Sports’ Wear Shop
• Main Floor
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER STORE
“ON THE SQUARE”
Fashions for the Junior Miss
I Salem Book Store I
L. Davis Phillips
“SIGHTS AND INSIGHTS”
219% W. Fourth St.
JUNIOR LEAGUE BEAUTY SHOP
ROBERT E. LEE HOTEL
- PHONE 8620
EVERYBODY PLAYS BOOK GAMES |
On Land ... At Sea . . . Over There . . . Everywhere S
Pocket size—Each volume contains complete instructions. p
Fine for overseas packages ^
ARDEN FARM STORE I
OPPOSITE SALEM SQUAEE |
AN IMPORTANT RELEASE
daily NEWS RECORD
Of September 9th ’
“OWI SURVEY CITES GIFT DESIRES
OF FORCES OVERSEAS”
' ‘ Shirts, sox, handkerchiefs, underwear, sleeve
less wool sweaters, and other appareP items are
on the lists or what soldiers, sailors and marines
serving overseas want for Christmas according
to a world-wide survey made by the Office of
“The data we ve compiled to curb the sending
of unnecessary gifts, to conserve cargo space and
essential civilian articles.”
Come in and let us help you with your selection
for yoTir man overseas. We have made a
study of men s gift desires and can help you
Don’t Forget—His Gift Must Be
Mailed between sept. 15 and oct. 15
Expect More at Stockton’s
More Style—^More Quality—More Service
Norm(in Stockton, Inc.
418 Trade Street.