North Carolina Newspapers

    October 1, 1932
freshman Thoughts
on Meredith
PALACE THEATBE
Tlierc arc varioua and sundry
opinions among the freshmen re
garding different phases of col
lege life. The rising,bell seems
to be generally unpopul|ar for
some mysterious reason. Some
girls complain about it’s forlorn
sound. Several freshmen have
been considering starting a peti
tion for cheaper rates to and
from town because when they
have paid the bus fare they have
nothing left to spend. The
numerous fees and extras con
tinually keep a freshman’s purse
flat. The idea of unpacking
their trunks in the attic and lug
ging tlieir clothes all the way
down stairs does not appeal 'to
many freshman either.
As to the frcsliman’s idea
about study. A typical fresh
man said that she couldn’t con
centrate because all the time she
felt she needed to be recreating
and she couldn’t recreate be
cause she felt she ought to be
concentrating.
But in spite of the petty wor
ries and tribulations whicli the
average freshman would encoun
ter anywhere the freshman love
Meredith already as a patriot
loves his country. They like the
ice cream on Wednesday and
Sunday dinners but wish it were
perpetual diet. There is- some
thing very impressive and in
spiring about the chapel pro
grams and religious activities.
The friendliness of the girls is
on an equality basis and there
is not a better spirit any
where than exists on tlie campus.
The cooperation and sympa
thetic attitude of the faculty to
ward the student body and the
old students toward the new is
beautiful. Perhaps the general
consensus of opinion might be
summed up best, by Annie Mae
Taj'lor, beloved president of the
freshman class, who says that
“Meredith is the next place to
heaven” and the garden spot.
Patronize our advertisers
The Mary Ellen Tea Room I
LUNCH
12—3:00
DINNER
6-9
Special Prices for College Student$ |
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Alfred Williams I
Welcomes Meredith Girls
to our store in Roleigh
ond in Chapel Hill
Col I ege Gi ris have used our |
stores to secure Books, |
Writing Supplies, and
Gifts for many years.
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“The Last Mile” with Howard
Phillips and Preston Foster.
Within their confines of som
bre prison walls, what do those
souls in agony and despair
think? What do they say?
What do they do?
The answer to that question
makes the drama, and teaches
an everlasting lesson in “The
Last Mile” which plays at the
Palace Theater Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday.
Based on one of the dramatic
sensations of the stage, “The
Last Mile,” in picture form.
THE PERMANENT
MARCEL SHOP
CAPITAL CLUB BLDG.
TELEPHONE 2716'
THE TWIG
drives home like a mighty sledge
hammer the value of the
restraint of human passions.
It will tell you what they
think. It will tell you in power
ful terms what they say. And
in tense, dramatic, moving action
you will see what they do!
Sam Bischoff directed this
World Wide film with a superla
tive cast including Howard
Phillips, Preston Foster, George
I UTEST APPLIANCK |
I fytODERN PRICES I
I It Costs No More to Have Your |
I Jfork Done by Experts |
I RALEIGH I
I BEAUTY SHOP |
ill
Ill mill
CURIOSITY
TEST!
E. Stone, Alec B. Francis and
many otliors of equal note.
“What a Knight” a comedy.
THIS OOUFOH AND 26e wn.T.
ADMIT ANY MEBBDITH
OOLLEOS STUDENT
Uatlaee and Night
to tlio
S-T-A-T-E
Uonday—Tuaadsr—WedooscUjr
OK THE STAGE
SocoDd Edition of
"Chicago Follies"
Wltb CHE8 DAVia and
“HONEY GAL*’ COBB
An AU New Show With
SINGING —. DANOmO — COMEDY
On tta« Scicoa
KUTH OHATTEBION la
The Crash
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ThniBdny—Frida;—SaCutday
"Bird of Paradise"
with
Dolores Del Rio - Joel M«Crua
Also
COMEDY • OBGANI.OQXTS • NEWS
Three
and “Transportation of the
World” a travelogue completes
the program.
The Ladies Shop
Has Removed to
12 West Hargett Street
(Formerly at 136 FaycllcviUe St.)
The Newest Styles at
Popular Prices
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"The best Dollar photo
you con get onywhere"
DENMARK
STUDIO
Tliird Floor, Huclsbn-Bclk
J. W. Dekmauk
L. Denkark
Meredith 1911
IF
If you were promised o big
surprise — something that
you^d "just LOVE to hove"
—but didn't know what'it
was. . . . How far would
you go to find out?
AS FAR AS ROOM 214-A
You want to be well dressed,
You want to wear individual
clothes
You would like the chic sim
plicity this season requires
Then Buy Your Clothes
Conforming to
CUSTOM
Lucielle's apparel is certain
to score ot every college
function , . . that is why
Meredith students in the past
hove always shopped at this
populor store . . . ond will
continue to do so . . . know
ing that Lucielle is olwoys
first with the NEW!
COATS - SUITS
DRESSES
SHOES and MILLINERY
Shop ofOrf^iaal/wdta
112 Fayetteville Street
Qt 0 Store where you find the
finest quality, the newest
styles that ore the first
degree in foshions.
Look at our Polo Coats $9.95
Knit Suits $4.98
Suede and Leather
Jackets $5.95
In Red, Green, Brown and
Blue
And to make yuor ensemble
complete see our Kid
. Gloves at $1,95
ALL AT
Hiidson-Belk's
The College Girls' Store
    

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