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Page 96 text:
Mr. Page, representative from Oak Hall, Roanoke, discusses the rental of graduation caps and gowns with Editors Minichan and Jerrell, while Adver¬ tising Manager Carro ll writes up the copy for Oak Hall’s ad in The Pioneer. BOOK FIVE- AdhtebtiAceMesitA, CO-OPERATION Andrew Lewis High School has a host of friends among the business firms of Roanoke and Salem who co¬ operate each year by advertising in our yearbook. Many of them have sup¬ ported us consistently since the first edition of the Salem High School An¬ nual in 1910. The opposite page shows some of these ads as they ap¬ peared in “The Aeroplane”, in 1910. The Pioneer Staff is deeply appre¬ ciative for the friendly helpful spirit of our sponsors and friends, and en¬ deavors to impress upon the student bod) ' the fact that the school can, in return, render great service to the mer¬ chants of our community. Movie films featuring our advertisers were made and run on the screen in regular Home Movies throughout this school year. The following excerpt was taken from the 1917 Annual, “The Oracle”: FELLOW SCHOOL STUDENTS— “You have read what the advertisers have to say, NOW WHAT ABOUT IT? ADVERTISERS are not merely a group of philanthropists, they EX¬ PECT RESULTS. It is up to you to patronize those who patronize us. When you trade mention the ads in your school publication and thus make the publication a success.” Thus, you can see that this co¬ operation of school and community is nothing new in Salem, but that it has been stressed by other staffs. Theirs is our message to the student body of ’41.
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Jefferson CJjcater " ,e " ai ;: l : " - vl ” " High-Class Vaudeville and the Worlds Best in Life Motion Pictures Malinees, 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. Evenings, 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. ADMISSION, 10 CENTS A Few Choice Seats, 20 and 25 Cents Children at Matinees, 5 Cents A DOLLAR SHOW FOR TLN CUNTS Come when you like- stay as Come wlien you like—stay as long as you please long as you please SUiannkr (Unllnjir SALEM, VA. Fifty-eighth Session will begin September 14, 1910 Comprehensive courses for degrees with electives, also commercial course. Library of 24.000 volumes open daily. Literary societies. Laboratory work in Chemistry, Physics and Biology. New courses in Pedagogy, History, Economics and Business Administration. A thorough collegiate education at moderate cost. Three new buildings to be completed by the opening of the next session—a Commons, a Gymnasium and a Dormitory Building. A Virginia Institution of wide reputation. For catalogue and full particulars, address J A. M OR EH FAD, Piesident FALLON Hotel Florist Roanoke dA ROSES Favorite CARNATIONS Slopping SM1LAX Place for Etc., Etc. COMMERCIAL Telegraph and Tele- MEN phone Order re- ceive immediate at- Sample tention. Open Al- Rooms way —Night and Day Fred E. Foster " W L hope you boys and girls will never learn to chew tobacco. If you must chew, chew gum. You will always find a better grade at The Crawford Cigar Stand Work Done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed G. T. KERN Blacksmithing, Wheelwrighting and Painting Horseshoeing and Spring Woik a Specialty TFiere is some doubt as fo wFio discovered the North Pole, but all the best authorities agree that L. M. FITZGERALD sells the best groceries, for the least money, of any man in Roanoke County m v v E are specially prepared to cater to tlie wants of the “sweet girl ' graduate” for the crowning ev ent of her school “commencement day ’ Exquisite white lingerie dresses and every dainty dress accessory that may be needed, to put the correct and most charming finish to such a dainty costume, are here for her personal selection. The young men, too, are not forgotten. Neckwear, Jewelry Gloves and Haber¬ dashery natty, smart, full of snap and style—such as is demanded by the best dressers, are here in fullest complement — a pleasing variety, sure to satisfy S. H. Heirommus Co. ROANOKE VIRGINIA CALDWELL-SITES COMPANY The Students’ Supply Shop Everything in Books, Stationery and Fancy Goods SPORTING GOODS 105 S. Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. MAIN ST., SALEM, VA. IN GOOD POSITIONS The young people of Salem who have finished a course at the National Business College are now in good positions. The following are among the number: Claude Parrish, l ' elix Thacker, Marion Zirkle, Ben Tinsley, Claude Preston, Lether Carroll, Orville Clark, Grace Cheatham, Winton Naff and others. The school is larger and better than ever. It owns its new building, elegantly fur¬ nished and equipped. High school gradu¬ ates make our best students. Write for particulars or call at office for information. Addr pcc The above cut is an exact reproduction of copy in the advertisement section of the “1910 Aeroplane,” which was the first Salem High School annual. You will note that of these firms, Roanoke College, S. If. Heironimus, Caldwell-Sites and National Business College are advertisers in this thirty-first edition of the school book, The ’41 Pioneer.
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