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FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA

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ROTUNDA STAFF ELECTED Goes into Office Immediately.

FACULTY MEMBER RECEIVES HONOR SOCIETY TO NATIONALIZE HONOR The Pi Kappa < (mega Society held its an-

Tidyman Elected President. The following were elected, April 12. by the Student Body as the Rotunda staff for the year The following is a clipping from the March 1923-24: Emily Calcotl Editor 2'< issue of the "School Society." The third annual meeting of the Supervisors Flementine I 'eirce Assistant Editor Christine Vrmstrong Business Manager of Student Teaching, a national organization of Caroline Morrow Circulation Manager those engaged in sit]>ervising and directing stu( HIHT members elected by the withdrawing staff and the staff-elect are: Lucille Walton Frances Evans Catherine Kemp I laisy Shaffer Mary Maupin Dorothy Diehl Martha Phillips

News Editor Literary Editor \thletic Editor Joke Editor Assistant Business Manager Assist. Circulation Manager Typist

CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN IN THE TRAINING SCHOOL The Training School grounds have recently presented a more pleasing appearance than formerly, due to the interest the pupils are taking in them. Several weeks ago we had a "Clean Up" campaign to get IK.*fore each pupil his responsibility in keeping his school building and grounds clean and attractive. Each grade from the Kindergarten through the Ninth made posters and wrote plays bated on the "Keep Clean" idea. Prizes were offered for the best posters and plays. The grades winning in the poster contest were grades Two, Five and Six. Those writing the best plays were grades hour and Seven. The posters are placed in various parts of the building serving as constant reminders of what we should do with waste paper, etc. The two hest plays were given hefore the Training School Assembly and hefore the student body of the Normal School. Since this campaign was inaugurated the Training School has elected a committee composed of two representatives from each grade from the fourth to the ninth inclusive to see that no paper is thrown around on the grounds. We are learning to become good citizens of our town by first iK'ing good citizens of our school. Every rose has its thorn, but aren't the roses sweet ?

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dent teaching, was held at the Cleveland School of Education, February 26 and 27. in connection with the department of sui>erintendence of the National Education Association. The program consisted of a series of papers on various phases of practice teaching and inspection of the work of the Cleveland School of Education. Officers elected were: President, Professor \Y. K. Tidyman. State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia; secretary-treasurer, S. I. F. Williams, Heidelberg University, Fiffin, Ohio; members of executive committee. Professor Fiske Allen, State Normal College, Charleston. 111., Professor H. C. Pryor, State Normal School, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Miss Prances King, Philadelphia Training School for Teachers, is also a member of the executive committee.

OLD VIRGINIA SUPPER Dr. Jarman entertained at a delightful Old Virginia Supper in the Team Room Monday Evening, April 16. Covers were laid for sixteen and his guests included the Soliciting Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of Farmville. This Committee volunteered to solicit funds for our Student Building. MENU.

nual open meeting Saturday evening, Vpril 14. in the Auditorium. The speaker was Mrs. Frantz Naylor, presidenl of the Woman's Club of Norfolk. Her subject was "The Modern Woman, Her Duties and Responsibilities." The program was opened by Miss Elizabeth Moring with greetings to the guests, especially the returned alumnae members and the llarrisonburg representatives. In accordance with the custom of the society, a synopsis of the project work of the members during the year was given, after which Evelyn Uarnes accompanied by Mary Vaughn sang two beautiful selections. After the address, announcement was made that the following honorary members had Keen elected to the society: Misses Pauline Camper, Catherine Cook, Catherine Hill, Catherine Wicker. Nellie Stnithcy. Carrie Sutherlin, Thurzctta Thomas. Myrtle Crenels. Madeline War burton and Mrs. II. E. Harrow. Immediately following the meeting, a banquet was given in the Tea Room for the guests and members of the society. The table was beautifully decorated in rose and gray. Pi Kappa < )nu*ga colors, and the occasion was made enjoyable for all by the singing of society and school songs between courses and by toasts at the close of the banquet. The whole week end was a happy one for the society as well as for the visitors. During business sessions much work was done toward nationalization, the Beta chapter to he established at I larrisonburg. Opportunity was given members to renew old friendships at an informal tea given in the Senior parlor Saturday afternoon at which the society and faculty were present. Out of town guests for the banquet were: Misses Nathalie Lancaster, Helen Ritchie. Catherine Riddle, Sallie Kie, Helen Patton. Gwendolyn Wright, Carolyn Cogbill, Iuger Scheie,

Cream of Tomato .Soup Broiled Steak with Tomatoes and Parsley French Fried Potatoes Green Peas Elizabeth Pinch, Mary Derieux, Lucille Pineapple Salad haney and Mrs. Montague. Strawberry Ice Cream Cake

Coffee

Tea

Milk

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"What's the matter with the Prof'l eye?" "Nothing so far as I know, why?" "Well, 1 had to go to him yesterday in his office, and he asked me twice where my hat was and it was mi my head all the time."

What a wonderful bird the frog are. When he stand he sit almost, When he hop he fly almost. He ain't got no sense hardly, The masked raider is hut the anonymoui letHe ain't got no tail hardly either. When he sit, he sit on what he ain't got almost. ter writer in action.


1 THE ROTUNDA, APRIL 21. 1923

THE ROTUNDA Member Southern Inter-Collegiate Newspaper Ass'n

some it recalls regrets—tears, others regard it with indifference while to a few it brings the thought of illness or unavoidable circumstances which caused her to receive a warning, but for "Farmville's which she was not to blame. It is harder to an-

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Published weekly by the students of The State Normal Largest and Most Progressive School, Farmville, Va. Store" Entered as second-class matter March 1, 1921, at the alyze the feeling of the girl who gets cut notes— post office of Farmville, Virginia, under the Act of particularly the habitual class cutter. There can The Finest in Wearing Apparel, Millinery and March 3, 1879.

Footwear he no ]>o->il)k- excuse for her. If there had been, the written excuse could have been obtained and 207-209-211 and 213 Main Street thi' absence cancelled. She either cuts class heROTUNDA STAFF FARMVILLE, VA. cause she does not take seriously this task of Editor-in-Chief EMILY CALCOTT acquiring an education, and feeling lazy or in"WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS" Assistant Editor FLEMENTWE PsntcK disposed at the moment "can't he bothered" about going to class, or perhaps not having preBOARD OF EDITORS: News I,rc n.i.r. WALTON pared her lesxin she fears the mortification ot Athletic CATHERINE KEMP being called upon and forced to show her hand. FARMVILLE, VA. Joke DAISY SHAFFER Literary FRAN< ES EVANS In the first case, she's a fool in the proper Sense Every Convenience Offered Women Depositors Exchange BESSIE SMITH of the word, and some day she will wake up Alumnae Misa l'.i«>\\ MI; TALI IFERRO to the fact. She has no place in school and her MISSES DAVIDSON MANAGERS: unappreciated opportunity should he given to The Ladies* Specialty Shop Business Manager CHRISTINE ARMSTRONG some one else. In the second case, she's a Suits, Coats, Dresses, Blouses, Dry Goods and Assistant Business Manager MARY MAUFIN Circulation Manager CAROLINE MORROW coward. If she wilfully neglected studying the Notions Assistant Circulation Manager DOROTHI l>n:iu. lesson, she should he willing to take the conFARMVILLE, VA. Typist MARTHA PHILLIPS Subscription $200 per year.

First National Bank

sequences, if she did not have time to prepare it properly she should not run away. Even if

Gray's Drug Store

sin does not wish to excuse herself to the teacher on these grounds, she should not deprive herself of any help which might lie obtained through class discussions. \yL- ,1,, not wish to excuse the girl who gets K's and VV's, hut we can say that she at least attended classes whether she was prepared or unprc

The Drug Store with the Personal Touch Carrying an Up-to-date Line of

pared, and did not try to dodge the conseThis staff starts work with a feeling akin to quences. Perhaps we have expressed it pretty that nf the little boy on Christmas morning. We strongly, hut it is a matter upon which strong are thoroughly enthusiastic concerning our new statements should he made. The girl who detask, but slightly dazzled. We appreciate, also. liberately cuts a class shows the white feather. the grave responsibility resting on our shoulders, and the honor the school has dune us in naming SENIORS!! WAKE UP! us as worthy of representing it. And it would be with a feeling of trepidation that we assume Field Day's coming! soon "twill he here.

IN Ladies' Tailored Suits and Millinery FARMVILLE, VA.

our duties were it not for the knowledge of the support of the faculty and student body. The ROTUNDA at times may not be all von expect of it. but we count on you to help us rectify this fault and at the same time to remember that we are doing our best.

Toilette Necessities and Stationery FARMVILLE, VA.

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OGDEN STUDIO Portraits: All Sizes and Styles School Work a Specialty Amateur Work Finished

FOR GOOD ENTERTAINMENT

Coming closer "n closer, getting pretty near. AND FIRST-CLASS SHOWS "What'er the Seniors doing;-" | heard somebody Go to THE EACO THEATRE say. Farmville's New $50,000 Play House "Better gel busy or they'll lose Field Day." DR. L. D. WHITAKER, Manager So come on Seniors! Get in the game, Show the folks we're still got a name. Good Things to Eat Just Across the Street I,et 'em see we've got some pep. AT Notes! What a variety of meaning is ex- And show "em we mean to live up to our rep. pressed by that one small word. It ma) remind Let's heat 'em Seniors, and keep that cup! us of hasty letters received Hi'in friends or OUT Now let's hear from the Juniors! own letters home. It suggests billet-doux or MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS AT music lessons. \\f iigh as we recall hours of Suppose You Have a Fire Tonight? note taking done on outside reading or in class. And then, alas! We hate mention of it. hut the Fountain Drinks, Confectioneries, Canned woid insists upon suggesting that Other meanINSUR0RS Goods, Olives, Pickles, School Supplies ing, the dread significance of which every NorINSURANCE THAT INSURES FARMVILLE, VA. mal girl has CORK to know. Their official name FARMVILLE, VA. is "Bi weekly Report," hut we know them as THE COMMITTEE OF 39 ON PUBLIC "Notes" "E Notes." "\\ Notes" and "Cut Note-." h is upon this last meaning of thr word, SCHOOL METHODS Trucks, Tractors and Farm Machinery unpleasant as it nia\ he that we wish to speak. AT YOUH SERVICE. To the recipients of K's and \\ '- the word CORNER THIRD AND NORTH STREETS Material covering all subjects In the courae of atudy. Department!! on proJ»* method, motivation, the socialised "note" may bring a variet) of memories. To recitation programs .. special daya. Write for Information FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA

D. W. GILLIAM'S

Garland, Martin & Blanton

WADE'S

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to R. O. WICKHAM. Organiser for Va., Hampton. Va.


THE ROTUNDA. APRIL 21. 1923

Y. W. C. A. INSTALLATION SERVICE "Let your light so shine hcfore men that they may see your good works and glorify your Father which is in Heaven." Math. 5:16. The installation service is one of the most meaningful as well as beautiful of the whole Association services. This service at which all attend dressed in white with a spirit of reverence

to stand behind the chosen representative! expresses the beauty and responsibilities of the membership as a whole and the Cabinet members in particular. In accepting the place into which she is installed each girl on the cabinet is pledging herself to undertake her work for interpreting Christ to herself and others. As each outgoing Cabinet member gives the charge to and lights the candle of her successor, a light of love, service and obedience to the will of Christ is set aflame. The new light nickers, grows steadier and steadier while the old light burns on—so with the purpose and its commitment by the new Cabinet. As the lights need certain conditions to make them burn so the work of the Cabinet needs your co-operation, and as the individual lights need a supreme light so the whole Association needs the Light of the World, who is Jesus Christ.

Y. W. C. A. CABINET—1923-1924 Luck b'arrar

cleanliness, armed to the teeth with a months* laundry, towels, soap and other instruments of modern scrubbing goes on her way rejoicing to take a bath. But this is more easily said than done. When she reaches her destination, she finds every single solitary tub already occupied, with a waiting list of discouraging length. Annoyed, but not defeated by this blow, the wouldbe bather marches on to the next bathroom. She is astonished to find the same conditions prevailing there. The unfortunate soul meanders upstairs and downstairs and at last a cheering sight greets her eye. She sees a vacant tub, which nobody has seized. She pounces upon her discovery gleefully, congratulating herself on her keen vision, for she sees that there are others gloomily searching for the same coveted object. Her agony is great, when she finds that the stopper is A. W. (). L., also the chair. It seems that these articles can be neither begged, borrowed or stolen. The situation borders on the tragic. When the sufferer, finally is convinced that fate is against her, and that suicide is the next l>est step, somelxxly announces that she can have that tub when the other finishes with it. With grim determination she watches the tub with an eagle eye. lest by chance, it should escape her. After long ages of waiting, during which she sees all of her friends gaily going downtown, she secures the longed-for prize and she splashes around in the soothing liquid for an hour to make up for the precious time she has wasted in wandering in fruitless searching. She makes a mental vow that the next time, she is going to be the early bird who will get the first tub.

We Are Knockers Every Day We Are on the Job—We

KNOCK SPOTS W. E. ENGLAND Phone 249 Merchant Tailor

R. B. CRALLE & CO. HOME OF THE FAMOUS

Queen Quality Footwear VAN RAALTE SILK HOSIERY MAIN STREET

VIOLIN, PIANO, VOICE Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Cornet

GOLDMAN'S CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GOLDMAN Pupils prepared for orchestra, concert and church work

PLANTERS' BANK OF FARMVILLE FARMVILLE, VA. STATE, CITY AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 100.000.00 "The Old Reliable Bank"

MILLINERY All the latest and up-to-date styles always on hand HATS FOR SCHOOL GIRLS A SPECIALTY

Mrs. W. H. Crenshaw SPRINGTIME IS HERE

QUALITY MILLINERY Rear Chappell Co.'s Store

President.

Elizabeth I 'aylor—Membership. Nancy I ,yne—Undergraduate Representative. Prances Sanders—Publicity. I ktrothy Askew—Finance. Elizabeth Cogbill- Religious Meetings Com

FARMVILLE, VA.

Springtime is here! oh, joyous Spring! In every window lattice the blue birds sing. Out of the grasses the modest flowers |>eep, Wakened by song from their long Winter's sleep.

Main Street

PUBLIC SALES

Welcome, bright Springtime, best of the year, To each saddened heart you bring life and cheer. mittee. We have purchased 122,000 pair of U. S. And happiness lives in each soul anew, Margaret Phippa Bible Study Committee. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5j4 to 12 which Virginia Christopher—Morning Watch Com- And shines in the eyes like sparkling dew. was the entire surplus stock of one of the largest

mittee.

I.ennie Plankenship—World fellowship Committee. Agnes Mel hlffie -Social Committee. Kathleen Morgan—Service Committee. Daisy Mitchell -Rural Life Committee. Claudia Cilchrist Alumnae Membership.

U. S. Government shoe contractors. Welcome, sweet Springtime, beautiful Spring! Oh, welcome! thrice welcome, we joyfully sing, This shoe is guaranteed one hundred per cent We pa) thee a tribute of love and of song, solid leather, color dark tan, bellows tongue, And sing thee our praise as we travel along. dirt and water proof. The actual value of this shoe is $6.00. Owing to this tremendous buy Anne (to l.i/ who is (jnite buried in a COOk we can offer same to the public at $2.95.

Ethel Warthen Conference and Conventions. book): "Wflhatcha looking for. Liz?" Christine Sheilds Music. Liz: "Looking for something to eat."

A WEEKLY TRAGEDY Bathing on

Saturday

morning

has

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more cases ol nervous prostration, more anxiety and coveting oi our neighbor's goods than any other evil in our school life. The seeker after

Send correct size. Pay postman on delivery or send money order. If shoes are not as rep-

resented we will cheerfully refund your money upon request.

Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Rings, Class and Sorority Rings

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THE ROTUNDA, APRIL 21, 1923 ter the bridal trip to Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. White will make their home in Danville. Ritner—Watts

Field Day i-. May 5! Didn't know it was that soon, <li<l you? Twice a week Mis^ Buford, aided and abetted by her Third and Fourth Prof. gym. class draw up yet more plans concerning die celebration thereof. (Maybe it's a good thing Field Day is so soon. It would develop hit" a regular Olympic Meet if something didn't stop thai class.) Anyway it's coming for a' that, and d<> you know that every participant in Field Day activities has to practice regularly fur the particular form of athletics in which she competes for at least two weeks hefore the event? Every day hevies of damsels revolve themselves gaily around the Athletic Field adding to their skill and soreness of muscle. And they're plenty good! Gd in on it hefore it's too late.

HUBARD'S Hammermill Bond Social Stationery

Miss Ida M. Watt- ami Mr. J. Howard Kit ner, both of Lynchburg, were married Satur- School Supplies—S. N. S. Pennants—Banners Pillow Cases day afternoon, April 7, at four o'clock, at the home of the bride. Mr--. Ritner has heen promGOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK inently connected with the education and civic life of Lynchburg, being one of the foremost BUREAU OF INFORMATION teachers in the city, is at present one of the principals in the public Schools. Upon their return from their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Ritner will he at home at 1001 Clay Street.

GARLAND & MclNTOSH DRUGGISTS

WHEN JOAN SINGS

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Mis- Buford -aid we ought to change our Agents for Eastman Kodaks name. She said "Clef Column" was too deep We invite you to visit our new fountain for her. she thought a clef was machinery until somebody explained. W'e didn't think that was a FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA hit kind of her. as the christening of this department had cost us unlimited time and energy, hut the name she suggested really was lots hetter. so we hereby announce that the Clef ColNORMAL GIRLS HEADQUARTERS FOR umn is no more. It is "When Joan Sings." Classy Millinery, Suits, Dresses, Shoes, Dry we rather account ourselves lucky not to be ALUMNAE NOTES Goods, Notions, Etc. called worse than either of these, though, and Mrs. !■'.. (.*. Harper (Miss Jaunita Manning) call us what you will, we present our weekly, one of Christine's numerous ditties. lias moved to Fries, Virginia, from Catawba, where her husband was a resident physician. I have a dear old father Established 1868 Mis- Annie Hancock it teaching in DamasFor whom I daily pray cus. Virginia. Hut he has so many whiskers The Confidence of the Community for Over The thirteenth annual session of the Woman's They're always in the way Half a Century Council of the Methodist Episcopal Church was Finest Toilette Requisites, Drugs and held in Mobile, Alabama, April 4-12. At that They're always in the way Stationery time Mi-- Constance Rumbough, of Lynchburg, The cow' eats them for hay wa- assigned t<> missionary service in Siheria. Mother chews them in her sleep FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA Miss Rumbough, after graduation from FarmAnd thinks she's eating shredded wheat. ville Normal School, attended the Scarritt BiThey're always in the way WE TAKE PRIDE ble and Training School in Kansas City. Mo., In preparing and serving the most elaborate banquets Yes always in the way where she made an unusually fine record. She at the most reasonable price. They hide the dirt on father's shirt will leave for Siheria in October. Banquets for school organizations our specialty. But they're always in the way. Miss Anna Spencer Daniel died Saturday. VIRGINIA CAFE April 7. in l.uinhcrtoii. X. C, after a short illPHONE 227 ness. Iler death came as a -hock to many STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA friend- in l\irin\ille and elsewhere. I'uneral FARMVILLE, VA. services were conducted the following Monday J. L. JARMAN, President from the home of her mother on AppomattOX St. and were attended by Dr. \ ardell. pit-i ^ For Catalogue address THE REGISTRAR. dent of Flora McConald College where Miss State Normal School for Women, Farmville. Virginia. Daniel had taught for fifteen years, Mi-- RobQUALITY SERVICE erts and Mr. C.ranthem of the faculty, all of whom spoke in the highest terms of Mi^s DanPHONES 166 and 148 iel and the great work she did in the college.

BALDWIN'S

WHITE DRUG COMPANY

BARROW COAL CO.

A. E. WILLIS-FLORIST FARMVILLE, VA.

White—Lankford The marriage of Mis-, Margaret Lankford, of Lynchburg, and Mr, Robert Harnej White, of Danville, was celehrated at the home of the bride's parent- Saturday evening, April 7. at si\ o'clock. Ashby Raine, of Danville, was best man. Mi— l-.dley Andrews wa- maid of honor, and Mi-- Gertrude Cos bridesmaid, Af

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FARMVILLE CREAMERY, INC, High Class Jewelry and Watch Repairing at

MANUFACTURERS OF

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Ice Cream and Butter

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PHONE 55

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r THE R( >TUNDA, APRIL 21. 1923

COLLEGE CUT OUTS Pins $2 Bills to Examination Papers. V. I1. I. Btudenta in the class of trade analysis under Professor Van ( tol of the Department of [ndustrial Education, were treated to a unique surprise during the recent final examination in that subject. Bach student received an examination paper with a two-dollar bill attached to it. It i> a rather unusual procedure for a professor to pass around two-dollar hills to his students, hut in this particular case Professor Van Ont was dividing among his students the money

he received from the sale of an analysis which was made by the class as a whole. S. 1. X- A. F. N. S. Gives B.S. Degree in Physical Education. The Fredericksburg State Normal School for Women has been designated by the Virginia Normal School Board to offer a four year I'.. S. degrei course in Physical Education. This will he offered next session.

s. ;. X. A. Noted British Economist Will Visit Chapel Hill. The people of Chapel Mill and the University will have an opportunity to hear one of the ijreatesl authorities on economics in the world when Henry Higgi lectures here. Mr. Higgs is an Englishman and is recognized to have no superior in that country in general understanding and the relative subjects pertaining to the world of business. Through a stroke of good luck the economics department of the School of Commerce oi the University was able to get Mr. Higgs to deliver a lecture here. S. I. N. A. Women Track Stars Barred from Olympiad. Women track and held stars, who have shattered numerous records since being taken into the fold by the X. A. A. I'., are doomed to disappointment if they have figured on competing in the 1924 Olympic games at Paris. According to an Associated Tress dispatch received last night, the International Olympic Committee has deeided that the participation of women will be- confined to tennis and swimming.

MASQUERADE BALL A SUCCESS A masquerade hall was given Friday, April 13 in the gymnasium by the Gamma Theta Sorority for the benefit of the Student Building. In spite of the superstition attached to the date, many were present to enjoy the music furnished by a town orchestra. Receipts from the door and refreshments amount to about forty dollars.

AT THE EACO THEATRE Week April 23rd-28th Mon.— Richard liarthehness in "The Bond Boy." A big special picture, and one of the best Barthelmess has ever appeared in. The story is about a Southern boy and his devotion to his mother. This is a very strong and thrilling production. Also Pathe News. Tue.—"A blind Bargain." A new special production enacted by an all star cast. Never before has the screen offered a more thrilling or baffling mystery picture. Clever, diabolic. Startling, it will make you gasp. You will want to be thrilled all over again! It is the story of a man who forgot his Cod in his love for Science. Also a good comedy. Wed.- Shirley Mason in "The Xew Teacher." This is a darling of a picture, and it is just the kind that will appeal to every <;irl in the school. It is one of Shirley Mason's very latest productions and we can assure vou that it is an exceptionally good one. Also Aesop Fable. Tim. and Fri.—Constance Talmadge in "I'.ast i-- West." "East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet." But Sweet Confusion, they do in "East is West." "She'd wink till hearts went on the blink and staid professors couldn't think and everywhere they'd stop to stare and saw 'Some Chink!' when Ming Toy winked." Just as "Smilin' Through" was Norms Talmadge's firsl great triumph—so "East is Wot" i-- Constance's. It i> a production with eight big beautiful reels of fun and drama. Fox Xews Thursday and a good comedy Friday. Ad mission to Normal Students 25 cents. Sat.— Viola Dana in "June Madness." A rapidly moving comedy lull of jazz and joy. in which a charming society girl jilts her nearhusband at the altar. It is a speedy photoplay with thrills, smiles and surprises. It is a de lightful mixture of madness and gladness. Abo 10th episode of the serial. Admission to Normal Students 20 cents for each oighl except Thursday and Friday.

S. I. X. A.

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POST OFFICE PHARMACY Drugs and Toilette Articles Superior Fountain Drinks and PAGE and SHAW CANDIES C. E. CHAPPELL COMPANY Dealers in Confectioneries, Fruits, Blank Books Stationery, School Supplies Fraternity and Club Jewelry STATIONERY WE MAKE THE DEGREE CLASS RINGS

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The Pure Food Store FOR

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Sympathetic bystander no a man searching "ATTENTION LADIES" Wholesale and Retail Distributor of AT LAST for his lost latch key): "Do you know where you lost it?" LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GUARANTEED SILK HOSIERY Victim (on hands and knees): "Of course' I 4 pair for $5.00—See Misi G. Bonnewell— GENERAL MERCHANDISE do. I'm merely hunting in these other places Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishings, School Room 122 to kill time." The Real Silk Hosiery Mills Supplies

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THE ROT I -\l).\. APR 11. 21. 1923 Guest (at country hotel) : "Where is that SCHOOL SUPPLIES chicken 1 ordered an hour ago?" Waiter: "It'll he here soon, sir. The cook FUTURE TEACHERS! Write for our complete hasn"t killed it yet, hut she has got in a couple catalogue of School Supplies. We carry in Richmond a large stock of Kindergarten Furniture and of nasty hlows." Supplies, Water Colors, Drawing Paper, Note Books, Inks, Tablets and in fact every article for Sweet Thing: "Have you a hook called Schools and Colleges. "Logger Songs of the Western Lumber Camps?" Write for latest catalogues and price list. Clever Clerk: "You mean a hook of Logarithms, madam?'* The girl across the hall wants to know how VIRGINIA SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. Record. 2000 W. MARSHALL ST., RICHMOND, VA. come they call ii freedom of the Press when every tailor charges at least fifty cents. It may he a Little ( hit of season. But we just Thought of The Cute Person Who calls Up At one minute past twelve Christmas Eve When you're sound Asleep to Say "Merry Christmas!" And it made us mad.

SHANNON'S Soda Shop and Bakery

THE ELECTRIC SHOP Will Fix Your Shoes While You Wait

MAIN STREET AT HIGH Delicious drinks and the most satisfying dainties to eat. We specialize in catering to Normal School Students.

CONTINENTAL HOTEL AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN HOT AND COLD WATER Rooms with or without bath J. O. HARDAWAY, Proprietor FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA

Best Workmanship and Leather Used

People's National Bank FARMVILLE, VA. 4% Interest on Deposits Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent

MOORE'S ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP In front of Post Office All Work Guaranteed

NORMAL SCHOOL JEWELRY

LADIES' SHOE SHINE PARLORS

Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Rings, Chris.: "We've got to cram for that historytest tomorrow." Tine.: "Oh. let's get H. G. Well's '( hitline of History' and have it all in a nut shell."

Class and Sorority Rings

COME TO

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Burrells Kash Grocery FOR

GOOD THINGS TO EAT

BALDWIN'S

Prof. "What makes the Tower of Pisa Lean?" NORMAL GIRLS HEADQUARTERS FOR Earnestine:. "I don't know. If 1 did I'd Classy Millinery, Suits, Dresses, Shoes, take some myself." Goods, Notions, Etc. Sonnie: "Why do they put the wholes in Swiss cheese, pop?" Pop: "The stuff needs ventilation."

Dry

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN FARMVILLE, VA. J. L. JARMAN, President

For Catalogue address THE REGISTRAR, State Normal School for Women, Farmville, Student Teacher (in grammar lesson) : "El- Virginia. don, take tin- sentence: 'Johnnie refused the pie." What was Johnnie?" Kldoii: "Johnnie was a fool."

A man travelling on a steamer had just fallen overboard, He shouted "drop me a line!" "What's the use," exclaimed one of the pasBCngers, "there's no |>ost office where you're going." Hyphen.

MANUFACTURNG JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS INDIANAPOLIS We Manufacture the Standard Ring for the Farmville State Normal School

College Stationers and Printers

A. E. WILLIS-FLORIST

FINE STATIONERY AND

FARMVILLE, VA.

ENGRAVING

Cut Flowers for Every Occasion

SCHOOL SEAL STATIONERY FINAL INVITATIONS

WHITE DRUG COMPANY Established 1868 The Confidence of the Community for Over

Women are divided into two claui "Really?" "Yes, those who write to Kodolph Valentino and those who can't write." Jack -ii' Lantern.

HERFF-JONES COMPANY

Swnidotte AGENCY LEATHER GOODS SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES

SURBERARLNDAIECOMPANY

Half a Century Finest Toilette Requisites, Drugs and

PUBUSHHBPRMIRS STATIONERS

Stationery

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FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA

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Rotunda vol 3, no 26 april 21, 1923