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THE NORMAL SCHOOL WEEKLY. VOL.

4. No. 2.

FARMVIU.K. VIRGINIA

SOPHISTICATED FRESH- f i MEN ATTRACT NOTICE i

PERSONALS Misses

Dr. Myers and Quartette Guests of Honor.

Sarah Adams and Thelma

Upper Classmen Indignant at Johnson are spending the week-end Lack of Reverence.

with friends in Pamplin. Miss Christine Foster is spending Where are the grandeur that wire the week-end with her parents in

the chief assets of the upper classmen? Pamplin. Echo answers "When Miss Isabelle Allen is visiting friends The cause for the question is our in Prospect, Freshmen class. In the first place, it is so large. Rumor has it that there arc about four hundred registrants. What chance has Senior Dignity against such an army? Moreover, the new arrivals refuse to look recent. Prom the first they have assumed a nonchalant, blase air which makes it impossible to regard them with the

GLEE CLUB ENTERTAINS

Miss Mabel Cathey has returned to her home in Norfolk to attend her brother's marriage, which takes place

Saturday. Misses Christine Mason. F.lizabeth Bruce and Josie Bell Gates are spending the week-end at their homes in Rice. Miss Mary Kibler is visiting her

sympathy supposed to be due to shy, parents in Waynesboro.

The Glee Club entertained as their guests in the Tea Room Thursday. September 27, Dr. Myers, of the First Presbyterian Church. Greensboro. N. C. Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Clements. Miss Gohegan, Mr. Barnes and Mr. Troxhill. also of that church. Alter supper, the group went to the auditorium where prayers were held. Following a reading and prayer, by Dr. Myers, the quartette, accompanied by Miss Gohegan, sang several selections. The quartette remained after prayers and sang some secular music. These received much applause, especially the duet by Mrs. Caldwell and Mr. Barnes. The singers showed the finish of their training both in vocal technique and in selecting the numbers.

coddled maidens who arc far awa> Miss Clara Mohaupt spent the weekfrom mama's protecting arms for the end at home in Worsham. first time. Miss Elizabeth Raney is visiting Before leaving home we refreshed friends in Norfolk. SOPHS START NEW YEAR our memories with traditions and inMisses Katherine Shore and Ruby WITH OLD OFFICERS cidents for the entertainment of our Walton are visiting their parents in future charges. School anecdotes were Burkeville. Lyne, Bugg and Smith Re-elected. lost upon such sophisticated young Misses Louise Glenn, Louise Garden At the first meeting of the Sophowomen who look with a bored eye at and Helen Glenn are at home in Prosmore Class, on Tuesday, the twentyJoan and refuse to he animated by an pect. fifth, class officers were elected and account of the Student Building or by Miss Delania KCilann is visiting her jilaiis for the coining yeai disCUSSed. the tact that Ur. Jarman is the posses- home in Randolph. The Sophs decided upon Tuesday as sor of a simonpure. perfectly genuine Miss Ford Eubank is at home in their meeting night and a motion, proPhi Beta Kappa key. Keysville. viding for the placing of placards anAs for the sisterly attitude which Miss Ada Havens is visiting her nouncing the meetings, was unaniwe were prepared to show, it is about parents in Green Bay. mously carried. The class officers are as much appreciated as another boil Miss Abbie Edwards is visiting looking forward to a record year would have been by Job. We came friends in Chase City. from the standpoint of attendance and prepared to utter such comforting Miss Krva Shot well is spending the achievement. words as, "'.Now, dear, you will be all week-end in Richmond with friends. The following officers were elected: right in a day or two (patting the Miss Evelyn Barnes is spending the Miss Nancy Lyne -President. homesick child on the back). All of week-end in Greensboro. N. C, with Miss Elizabeth Bugg—Vice-PresiUS feel badly at first. No, don't tele her brother, Mr. Potter Barnes. (lellt. graph home. Your mother and father Miss Hattie Mae Bishop is visiting Miss Olive Smith- Treasurer. want you to stick."' Instead, we her home in Kenbridge. Miss Anne Robertson—Secretary. thump on a door, and in a caustic Mi^s Katherine Brown is visiting ktiss Bessie Smith -Reporter. voice seeking to squelch, demand, friends in Dillwyn. The election of cheer leaders will "What do you think this is—a contest Greatly to the chagrin of upper for hyenas? Please stop this unseemly classmen, who felt that their coaching not take place until after representamirth long enough for us to sleep." had gone for nothing, no Freshmen tives lor the Athletic Association have An> one can have our friendly shoul- threw their laundry bags over the ro- been chosen. ders t'i weep upon, but wt protest tunda. HYGIENE TEST CREATES when the objects of our intended symIt is rumored that Bessie Meade pathy not only refuse to appear ver- Riddle stood before the notice "Please SENSATION dant but parade an air of tolerance close the door" inside the Library for and super-sophistication before us. fifteen minutes one day figuring how Answers Reveal Strange and WonderWe are not complaining merely lie- she could following instructions and at ful Construction of Body. cause we want to be looked up to, but the same time get out. To the great disgUSl and agony of because we were once scared and Miss Mamie Sexton, who is visiting her hygiene classes, Mi-- Graham green and take pride in our former her Alma Mater, announced to an ingave an initial test the other day. The .state. The traditions of our school de- terested audience that she is in low. results wire amusing. Some of the mand that there ba an appearance of prize answers are given below. newness about the newcomers. Let that tradition be upheld! INITIAL HIGH SCHOOL AS- 1. What is the diaphram ? a. The diaphram i- the sounding In this desert of nonchalance at SEMBLY BEGINS CEboard in the ear. lea-t one oasis has been found. An inMENTATION WORK b. The diaphram IS in the stomach. offensive individual sidled into the c. The diaphram is a skin partition home office, modestly approached a On Monday, October 1, the High in tile body. Sophomore seated there and inquired, School held the first assembly at which d. The diaphram is a frame that "Is tliis where we sign Up to go down all grades were present, thus beginning i ontaina the chest, lungs, ribs, etc town, and please, do we have to sign tin- unifying work for the department 2. Describe inspiration and expiration. up when we come back, too?" The litwhich is one of the projects of the a. Inspiiaticn is when you are in tle dear was not quite smothered by Principal of the Training School for -piled to do a thing and exp the enthusiastic embrace bestowed the coming year. After devotional extiou is exactly opposite. upon her. ercises, Ml. Bowman spoke to the stub. Inspiration starts in the mind. dent- idiom self-organization in classes A. What are tonsils? NOTICE and athletics, stressing the need for ,i. Tonsils an- poisonous sacks in th< The College Junior Class isn't dead, class spirit and above all for High throat. merely dormant. Vesuvius slept for School spirit. Assembly is to be held 4. How many bones are contained in the spinal column? many years, so watch out for us in ever\ Monday at 10:15 at which the classes will alternate in taking charge. a. Tin- backbone has lH.i bon< weeks to come.

i >CT< >BER 6, l'LM

ANNUAL METHODIST RECEPTION

L CLEF COLUMN You've probably beard this old one scores of times, but if you haven't, and want the tune, just ask Olive Smith. <)n second thought, we just remember that tbi' tune is "Auld Lang Syne," so you needn't bother Olive.

College

Long may their ashes rest, Bohunkus of the cholera died. Josephus by request.

we know all of the Normal girls, at

Girls and Faculty Methodist Hospitality.

Enjoy

On Friday, Sept. 28, at B P. M. the

Methodist Church and Sunday School entertained the faculty and Methodist Students of the Normal School, at an Bohunkus and Josephus. informal reception in the Sunday There was a fanner who had two MHI-, School rooms. And these two sons were brothers, 'The Kills naturally were very prompt Bohunkus was the name of one. and arrived exactly at 8. Dr. Spooner, Josephus was the other's. Mrs. Spooner and other members oi the Sunday School received them. Now these two boys had suits of Finally they were all seated in the clothes. Sunday School room, the class rooms And they were made for Sunday, and in the balcony. Bohunkus wore bis every day, A delightful musical program was Josephus, his on Monday. rendered, after which everybody proThese two boys to the theatre went, ceeded to meet everybody else. If you Whenever they saw fit, don't believe it's easy to get acquainted Bohunkus in the gallery sat, in the Methodist Church ask Mae Josephus in the pit. Parker, she'll tell you. Refreshments were served, which These two hoys are dead and gone, least, enjoyed. Everyone bad a good time and looks forward to the next invitation,

These two boys their story told. And the] did till ii will. Bohunkus, he to Heaven went, Josephus, he to .

STUDENT BUiLuiNG FUND

STUDENT BODY MEETING President Stresses Personal Responsibility. The regular monthly meeting of the Student Body was held Monday night, September 24, alter supper, in the Auditorium. The President spoke of a number of things which the Student Body has been lax in carrying out. Each nirl is urged to carefully observe all rules and regulations of the Student Silt [-Government Association and begin at once to learn the lesson of cooperation with all that it means to tin Normal.

MISS FORBES SPEAKS Tuesday,

September

twentj fifth,

the girls who ate especially interested in the teaching of geography in the upper grades, had a rare treat. Miss

Tin bis,

who

is

sent

out

In

Payments Received Since the Opening of Session Helen Miller

$21.25

Louise Doyle

5.1)0

Mr. R. C. Bristow

5.00

Bessie Marshall Mr. A. E. Jones Eunice Harris Kaco Theatre Danville Students

5.00 5.00 5.00 5.80 26.50

Mr. W. \V. Jackson

10.00

Total

770.35 26,213.57

LYCEUM COURSE FOR 1923-1924 1. Cambrea Conc< 11 Company. 2. Mr Edward A. Ott. .>. Russian Cathedral Sextette. 4. Kerns and Associate Artists. 5. Caslova and the Miniature Orchestra. 6. Artists Group. 7. The Cotter's Saturday Night. 8. Dr. Dwighl Hillis.

Grim and Company to the larger schools ni tin country, gave an interesting talk in chapel. 'Throughout 9. Glee Club Concert. she showed the value of tin regional Hi. Dramatic Club Pis method in teaching geography. This lecture was followed by two GOVERNOR VISITS SCHOOL practical demonstrations in which M Forbes used the children of the sixth and seventh grades to illustrate I Spends Day Inspecting Buildings. this i, gional method maj be put in prai tice. Passing through Parmville on his The girls who were able to attend tour of inspection oi the State schools these mi etingS f< ll the time had been and colleges, Governor E. Lee Trinkle vcr> profitably spent.

and Mrs. Trinkle, accompanied by their little daughti r, visited the Nor $180,000 last year to become natural- in.il School Tuesday, September 25. took dinner in izi 'I A11 II i it .in-. Tint i w ere 3000 of I In gubi tin college dining room, receiving entin ni and the various legal fees av< The Governor 50 i ach. Under the new regu- thusiastic applause. lations, this expense will be reduced and in- part] also inspected the Training School. one-third. Ton igm I - III New

' ll Ii .ill-

spent


THE ROTUNDA, < >CTOBEF 6, 1923

THE ROTUNDA

AT THE EACO THEATRE

Member Southern Inter-Collegiate Newspaper Association

Week October 8th-13th.

Published weekly by the student- of The State Normal School, Farmville, Va.

Entered as second-class matter March I, 1921. al the posi office ol Farmville, Virginia, under the ad of March 3, 1879

MONDAY

AND

TUESDAY

SWANSON

With Gloria in all her shimmering beauty, the center of it

all. and handsome Antonio Moreno as her hot hlooded

EMILY CALCOTT FLEMENTINE PEIRCE

Editor-in-Chief UrirtuH Editor

LUCILE W ILTON PREIDA CROCKIN CAT HERIN E K E M P DAISY SHAFER FRANCES EVANS BESSIE SMITH MISS BROWNIE TALIAFERRO

News \-i-t;.nt News Athletic Jnkl' Literary Exchange Alumnae

M VNAGERS

A.s soon as we finish <>nr Student Building we shall be confronted with another project which haa already begun t<> iiiil1"-'' itself upon OUr attention a dormitory for the high school. Both college dormitory and cotta are now crowded to tin- fullest with a jumble of high school anil college students. Necessarily, this crowding and mixing imposes certain restrictions upon the lower classmen which, while not unfair under the conditions, keeps tlum from getting from school hie the moat the) have the right to expect. The) have in no less a degree than College students the ri^ht to live with their classinales instead of being sandwiched in wherever tluv tit, the right

to have opportunities and privileges.

"Live and Let Live." Once Upon time there lived in a Certain hen house a hen that was very proud ol herself. The other hens and roosters of the yard had all told her how very beautiful ber feathers were But a- she was straightening her feathers one da>. unfortunately, one of them dropped to the ground. A neighbor, noticing this, exclaimed, •'( )h, you've lost one of your prettj feathers I" Now, the young hen was very vain since she had In .11 admired so much by the entire barnyard, and ■hi said. "Ah, th.it is all right, 1 am just as beautiful if not more BO." As

Business Vssistanl Business Circulatioa Vssistanl Circulation Mvertistng

Man Manager Manager Manager Manager Typist

At last the story came hack to the little hen who had started the whole thing and when she heard the story as it was now stated, the shock was so great -he died. A silly little story, ill a way. perhaps, hut it is quite true in its moral. Exaggeration is one of the worst evils that infect the Normal. We hear a Btory about a girl, one of us repeats it. enlarging upon it. She in turn repeats i: to another who. in passing it on again (confidentially of course) puts on more frills and furbelows. On it go< s until the shock is truly great to the Kirl who is the unwilling and unknowing, yet principal character in the story. Let us he reminded of this little verse before we tell another "what we know about her." "If 1 am tempted to reveal A tale some one has told Ahout another, let it pass Before I speak, three Kates of gold.

order to be more beautiful Finall) the Btor] was carried to still another yard and this time the tale ran that a Inn had picked Mil l\ all hi 1 f( alheis in 01 del to b» come more Inautifnl in tin- eyes ot the men of the lurmanl. ( )n went the BtOry to the ears of .in other yard where hens met tOgCthl exclaim over the marvelous -tore ol two Inns who had deliberate!) sat up ami picked out all their leathers and

who had frozen to death, paying the penalty of vanitv !

i^t.

wonderfully gowned, so warmly alluring.

General Merchandise

Never was the star BO

Dry Goods, Notions and Fur-

Pathe News Monday and

nishings, School Supplies

7th episode of serial Tuesday. WEDNESDAY-

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear

A

THERE WILL BE- A SPECIAL

MATIN KK on tins picture. Monday at 4 o'clock.

CORRINE GRIFFITH in "A VIRGIN'S SACRIFICE."

This i> a story that is stronger than the average picture story.

It has to do

with the sacrifice made by a (laughter to save her mother from disgrace.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

First, "Is it true?" Then. "Is it needful?" In my mind Give truthful answer, and the next Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind?" And if to reach my lips at last It pa-s(s thru these gateways three Then I may tell the tale nor fear What the results of speech ma) be."

as follow s :

Monday, October 1—"The Spirit of the Association" M^s London. Tuesday, October -'-"Our Y. W. <.'. \. Work in School" Agnes Mc Duffie. \\ ednesday, ' ktober .? "What the Y. W. (.'. A. Means to a Member"— I hineiitine Pierce. Thui sii.iv, < October 4 "The Respon

sibilit) oi a Y. W. C. A. Member"— Julia Alexander. Friday, October 5 Y. W. C. A. ant. <I\VIIIK t<> the fact that Miss Frances Saunders did not return to school this season, Mi-, Julia Alexander was elected to till the vacalicv of secretary.

"YOUR BEST FRIEND."

ture with a tine cast headed by Yera Cordon.

Also

A special pic-

A dramatic film classic con-

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taining humor, pathos and romance interwoven in a stirring conflict between a mother and her daughter-in-law.

"YOl'R BEST FRIEND" reveals a verv

precious pearl of palship—a palship that is thrown into the maelstrom of two so-

Phoenix Hosiery,

cially ambitious adventuress* s who endeavor to destroy the beauty of eternal lo\ e.

ECayser I >lov < s.

And thereby hangs the talc of this soul-stirring attraction. Tl/RK THAT WILL APPEAL TO THE

HEART OF

IT IS A IMC EVERY GIRL,

because it is a delightful and engrossing picture of parental love.

SATURDAY

BOLTED DOOR."

IN HKR OWN HOME THERE WAS ONE ROOM

SHI". MUST NOT

ENTER- anything else that she wanted, anything that

money or social position could buy, she could have!

Hut since their wedding

What was hidden behind it?

happen if that door were opened?

Warner Corsets,

Model Brasaiers,

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day. that door had been bolted.

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Fox News

Thursday and a GOOD comedy Friday.

What would

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Complete

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New

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And then it did open—and in the twinkling

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GODDESS and SPECIAL MUSIC.

I ii v .•!-.

An emotional story

Also 5th episode of THE JUNGLE Matinee at 4 o'clock.

Silks, Notions.

Admission to Normal Students, who purchase tickets at school 20 cents to each show.

A. E. WILLIS-Florist

Time narrow gates:

Y. W. C. A. NEWS the daj 1 passed, the hen became more and more popular and she told her The membership committee of the friends that it was because she had Young Women's Christian Association plucked a feather from her body, assisted b) members of the cabinet thereb) making herself lovlier than during the week of October 1 conbefore. I lei enemies ami friends too he- ducted a membership campaign. The Kan to talk about her. '■The idea ot program at prayers for the week was plucking out one's feathers to gain the admiration of the roosters!" By and in the storj reached another barnyard and the chickens there gathered in groups to talk of the vain hen who had plucked six feathers trom her bod) in

utor of

one of those good AESOP FABLES.

CHRISTINE ARMSTRONG MARY MAUPIN CAROLINE MORR<>W DOROTHY DIEHL FRANCES BASKERVILLE CORNELIA DICKINSON A High School Dormitory?

Spanish lover.

breezy American girl winning love and happiness mid hot Spanish passion and intrigue—that's Glorious Gloria in this Silken romance.

BOARD OF EDITORS

and an excellent

A love drama set in a tropical land where passion and politics

are the favorite sports.

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THK ROTIXDA. OCTOBER 6, 1923

J

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"Oh, what a cute little dolly! Does She say 'mania' when you squeeze her?" "Nawl My dolly's a modern doll! —:• She says 'Oh boy I1 when you squeeze her." Team, Captain and Coach of my Class Basket Ball Team which defeated VarPather—"What did you do with the sity, Captain of Second Soccer, Capchecque I sent you?'' tain of Cross Ball Team, a member of Student—"Alma Mater took it all, the Hockey, Baseball, Cricket and l.a Crosse Teams, rowed on the Second Dad." Pather—"And I told you to keep Crew, and broke the Sargent record in away from the women!'' Hop. Step and Jump. I was a mem-

WHO'S WHO IN THE FACULTY MISS BROWNING.

Alma Browning, rlartsville, Tenn. l"l(' Graduate Middle Tennessee State Normal School, Murfrecsfooro, Tenn. Student at Peabody College sum mers of 1922 and 102.?. Student at Kingl School of Oratory, ber of the Cotillion Club. Treasurer of Pittsburgh, Pa., summer of 1921. Patronize Our Advertisers. Teacher in Grammar Grades; Tenn. the Commuters'.Club and Vice-PresSchool for Blind, Nashville, Tenn., ident of the Athletic Association which was the highest office in that associa1919-20. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry tion an underclassman could bold. Teacher of Latin and English, With my diploma safely stored away Trousdale, Co. High School Harts—AT— with the rest of the family treasures, ville, Tenn., 1920-21, 21-22. Supervisor of Fifth Grade, Winter- I felt capable of conquering new LYNN'S RELIABLE JEWELRY ville H. S. Winterville, N. C. 1922-23. worlds. I started out by teaching on STORE the playgrounds at Winthrop, Mass. —AT— for two summers. Then I went to MISS KENDRICK. Nawassing, N. Y.. and served as SuReasonable Prices. pervisor of Physical Education in 38 Evelyn Kendrick, Charleston, Miss. Prompt Service on Bracelet Watches schools. I coached basket ball and Training: Fountain Pens and Pencils of Quality B. \. Degree 1916 Miss. State Col- taught general gymnastics at the Morgan Memorial, Boston, and then served lege for Women Columbus, Miss. Diploma in Physical Education— as Head Councillor at the CunningCome to 1916 Mi--. State College for Women. ham Cirls' Camp. Then I went West. For three years Graduate Study 1921 Columbia I ate beans fourteen times a week, and THE CASH & CARRY STORE University, New York City. on Third Street Graduate Study University of Cal- acted as supervisor of Physical Educaifornia. Berkeley, Cal., summer 1M22. tion in the schools of Bloomington, Infor diana. This past summer I had charge Experience: Physical Director Y. W. C. A. Wil- of a Playroom Vacation School among Good Things to Eat the foreigners at Past Boston. mington, N. C. 1916-17. I then decided to right about-face Instructor Physical Education Misfrom Indiana, column-right and conn sissippi State College for Women, Supplies for Bacon Bats to the State Normal School for 1917-18 to 1920-21. Years have of ab Women. I have enjoyed the work and Picnics sence for graduate study. Physical Director—College of Indus- immensely ever since I came and hope trial Arts. Deuton, Texas, 1921-22 and that my first impression will be a last1922-23 regular session. One session ing one.

COLLEGE

summer school 1919 and both sessions summer school 1921. Instructor Physical Education Universit) of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, summer 1 *> 1K. MISS DAVIS.

BLANCHE E. O. GRAHAM.

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FRATERNITY STATIONERY The Senior Class organized Monday night, Sept. 24. 192.1 Officers for the coming year are; Presidi nt Emily Calcott. Nice-President—Janie Moore. Secretary—Nellie Davies. Treasurer—Roberta Hodgkins. Miss Mary Clay Hiner was unanimously re-elected honorary metnher.

Miss s. Elizabeth Davis, of Mi sippi, !ia> been added to the faculty, in personality, in training, in experience. Miss Davis is unusually well adapted to the role of an English teacher in a normal college. She holds an M. A. degree from George Peabody College for Teachers. She has had a rich and varied experience in teacher-' ^■■■— colleges, having been identified with Marshmallows make excellent emersuch institutions in Alabama, in South gency powder puffs. Carolina, and in Texas. She has also been a member of the English department of George Peabody College for i..idiers during the summer terms. Miss Davis is well known in academic circles as an unusually successful teacher of Composition and a rare interpreter of literature.

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THE ROTUNDA, OCTOBER 6, 1923

JOKES •>«»<•<

Alumnae and Patrons of S. N. S. Here Is Your Opportunity We can send you the "Rotunda" for $1.50 this year.

Customer—"Waiter, there's a splinter in the cottage pudding."

vital interest in Farmville.

Waiter "What do you want, the whole cottage:"—Punch Howl.

School in your State.

You have a

The "Rotunda" will tell you in a most in-

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Fill in the blank below and send it to us in time for us to mail you "YOU had Mary at the prom, didn't you?"

"Yes, she made an amusement park out of me." "Howzat?" "I sal there watching Mary-goround."—Froth.

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The individual as well as the organization is in a large

" 'There's many a slip Tu ixt ihi- cup and the lip.*

So, the old time poets say. "There''- many a sip In an innocent grip,1 Says the baggage man today."

I am interested in the State Normal School at Farmville and desire to keep posted with regard to its progress and general activity. my name on the mailing list. scription.

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Trucks, Tractors and Farm Machinery

"Printers to Particular People"

CORNER THIRD AND NORTH STREETS FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA.

Teacher—"Who knows what race of people have black eyes?' Little Johnny—"Sheiks and prize fighters, teacher." Tut. here—Tut there! Wild Tut dreSS^S, stringy Tut hair! Rummy old jug-Tut vase; Homely old mug-Tut face.

FARMVILLE CREAMERY, INC.

J. A. DAVIDSON

MANUFACTURERS OF

Successor to Charles Bugg & Son,

Ice Cream and Butter

Fancy Groceries. Fruits, Vegetables FARMVILLE. VA.

PHONE 55

Are You Hungry?

We make and sell ice cream all times of the year for all occasions.

Go across the street to

Tut this—Tut that I Tut candy—King Tut hat! Tut for breakfast—Tut for tea— Lord help the next one who says Tut to me I —Octopus.

"WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS

Mike Angelo was a swell painter,

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

MILLINERY

FARMVILLE. VA.

All the latest and up-to-date styles always on hand

but he couldn't paint a bald-headed man to fool a fly.

GILLIAMS

n

For eats of all kinds "Quality Counts"

HATS FOR SCHOOL GIRLS A SPECIALTY GIRLS

N ME.

Some giiL are evermore attractive, The] are always pepp] an' gay. Hut me,— I just sit an' wonder, How they think of the things they say. 1 admit I sometimes feel jealous, Hut onward each blithely goes And little does she care what I think Of all the powder she puts on her nose.

Quality Millinery

THE ELECTRIC SHOP

way,

FARMVILLE, VA.

Best Workmanship and Leather Used

STATE, CITY AND COUNTY DKl'OSITORY Capital

SCHEMMEL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Affiliated with the S. N. S. since 1907

I sure do admire a pioUS tlirt 1 wish I could be that w.t\, Hut I'm geltm' more 'n more serious Every day in ei ei j waj • There's another type of girl that's attractive And it's all on account of In r looks, 'Cause she cm sit .still and look pretty, And her laee'll tell \ou nion'n would Imoks. She puts in a word every noun then, And she has a slow sorta "line," And thej ill tall for it right awa\. Gee, 1 wish they'd tall tor mine. I sine do admire a goodlooking girl, I wish I could he that way, Hut I'm grttin' nioie'n more ugly

Evet"j day in ev« rj waj. I wish I could l"' sorta pretty < »r else pi ppj an' gaj an1 can in ■ Bui instead,

well 1 ain't QODOdy,

c'rpt just plain ol' commonplace me.

■I

PLANTERS BANK OF FARMVILLE

Will Fix Your Shoes While You Wait

Tliis girl is alvtays busy

1 haven't got the wit of a dime.

Main Street

Rear Chappell Co.'s Store

And merrj and witty all the time, Hut as lor me 1 just warn't made that

MRS. W. H. CRENSHAW

Every Convenience Offered Women Depositors

Stock

$ 50,000.00

Surplus and Profits

125.000.00 "The Old Reliable Bank"

Gives modern instruction in Piano and Vocal Theory, Harmony, Aesthetics, &C. At reasonable tuition rates

State Normal School for Women FARMVILLE, VA. Established 1884

PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK FARMVILLE. VA. 4 '/( Interest on Savings Deposits Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent

Trains Teachers for Elementary and Secondary Schools Confers Diploma and Degree

MISSES DAVIDSON

Pof catalogue kddr< THE REGISTRAR. State Normal School for Women, FARMVILLE. VA.

A TREAT FOR YOU AT

Shannon's Soda Shop and Bakery

Suits, Coats, Dresses, Blouses, Dry Goods and Notions The Ladies' Specialty Shop FARMVILLE, VA.

Garland, Martin & Blanton

Also the Delicious Drinks and the Most Satisfying Dainties to Eat

INSUR0RS INSURANCE THAT INSURES

We Specialize in Catering to Normal School Students

FARMVILLE, VA.

SPECIAL MUSIC FROM 4 to 6 P. M. By Mr. Hilton.

Rotunda vol 4, no 2 oct 6, 1923