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Jo Woody OSCAR BAILEY
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THE DONKEYPEN Painting the Town with The Donkey The Collegiate £)o od EaU Gents Rendezvous Broadmoor K CENTENARY DRUG Accompanied by loud Hee Haws your old Donkey made the rounds of all the pleasure spots of the Centenary socialites. Across the campus in our high powered Hispano-Suiza and down the street we dash to stop with a screeching of brakes before the ever popular night spot, the Collegiate. A charming, petite hat rack takes our fedora with a smile and we seat ourselves at our favorite table. The formal note is carried out to perfection in this quiet, cultured place; the diners are clad in well tailored overalls and sport skirts and the sweet strains of a ten-piece phonograph fills the air and mingles with the merry clinking of coins into the marble machines. Over at a secluded table we spy " Judge " Barnette and Billy Eatman puffing away in digni- fied silence, on two, two-for-a-nickle cigars. Our greeting stirs them from their thoughts to mutter a gloomy greeting and as we make our way across to the door someone whispers " They just finished a Law test. " In the nearby Gent ' s Rendevous we encounter the discouraging sight of Glenn Leapord and his Adam ' s apple attempting to get over the top of a thick slice of apple pie. We gently hold his mouth open while he pours the sweet into his gullet. Then we wander over to the counter. The smiling face of Mrs. Farnell greets us and the pleasing aroma of frying hamburgers tease our nostrils. While devouring one of the some hambui ' gers we are joustled by the hamlike arm of " Little Albert " jollity play- ing waiter with a tray of soup. From there we drift to the modern bustle of Broadmoor Drug. Amid the mewling crowd of high schoolers we detect the falsetto voice of John Kurtz in his never tiring wooing of an infant of Byrd. We joustle our way into the drug and see Biddie Tiffin going through the contortions preliminary to guzzling a coke. We pat him on his back patronizingly, and find ourselves caught between Eddie Railsback and Sister Mary Agnes with a high school group who dance merrily about us singing in childish voices " Ring around the mulberry bush. " Our tinkling motor sputters us by the campus to the Centenary Drug. As we enter we hear the cooing strains of soda-sucking straws and lifting our eyes we see the happy love birds, John Carstarphen and Wini Boles, sipping strawberry mixtures with coy glances over them. They lift dewy eye-lids to stare dazzily at us and then to return to their love and a soda. The clatter of car-hops and the ringing of the phone add to the quaint at- mosphere of this aged tavern. The bland sound of a Zeta ' s horn crept in through the door to wake a busy car -hop and send coy glances over them. They lift dewy eye-lids to stare dizzily him drozily to the door. Then to home with the feeling of hav- ing mingled with the 400 of the College, at the choicer night spots of the city.
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THE DONKEYPEN Centenary ' s Greatest Sale!! After 111 years in business we now offer our GREATEST cut-rate sale! These articles listed in the following pages are of the finest quality and are all ready for immediate delivery. Noth- ing has been spared to make this the most STU- PENDOUS bargain event of this or any other year. All goods are delivered at your doorstep WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANE!! ' Some of these prices are far below cost and a great many of the numbers listed are EX- CLUSIVE features found in no other catalogue in the country! Not even Montgomery-Sears. WASH GOODS — Kappa Alpha Bob Nelson — Good quality in smart sport de- signs Guaranteed fast colors. Predomi- nating colors red and green. Unconditionally guaranteed against shrinking or fading. " Hotz " Harton — Clear and bright colors . . . ?xtraordinary patterns, colors, and color combi- lations .... silk effect so popular with ladies . . is really cheap rayon. Bill Fraser — Dainty floral designs suitable for .vomen and children . . including neat rosebuds, ind sweet-peas . . will appeal to cheaper class of trade. Albert Harper — Good weight corded cloth . . . fine for heavy duty . . . comes in white only. Do not pass up this unusual value. Biddie Tiffin — Fine and not to be confused with cheaper imitations . . . never leaves a bit of lint on your glassware or china. Comes in bright plaids. Allen Prickett — Good news for bargain hunt- ers! Fleeced on both sides for added protection and warmth . . stays soft after washing. . . — John Vantrease — Remnants . . just the thing for spring . . . very fresh stock . . smart novel- ty weaves . . . one of the crazy things so popular this year. Billy Alexander — Dull luster . . hard finish . . . . with the popularETAON medium weight . . . beautiful " surface interest " . . . with the popular " blistered " effect . . . comes in any color but green Chalmers Hutchinson — Resists chrushing . . won ' t slip at seams . . . washable . . . for women and misses . . . quite fashionable . . excellent possibilities — with dull finish. Bob Vaughan — Has appearance of all-wool fabric .... tweedy surface with white flecks. The choice of all smart women. This is being sold at clearance prices that are actually below present cost! SHOES— Theta Kappa Nu Jimmy Serra — Good-looking Northern style with smooth uppers .... long tongues . . . built for special wear . . holds shape well (especially feminine) very restful. Walter Holmann — Rough grained . . tanned leather . . tongue of soft and extremely pliable material . . . rather loud. Adolph Horak — Swanky . . well finished . . built for service but good-looking enough for dress. Preferred by young women who know! Robert Callieteau — Very smart . . smooth, dull finish . . . tasty . . . half gusset tongue . . . coun- ter pocket. Joe Beard — Nice-looking . . . corded crease . . small sizes . . . walked on by women in all walks of life. broad comes Sid Binion — Latest style . . thick . . . dependable . . flexible with or without arch support. O. W. Lewis — New light blande shade . . . popular pattern . . . with loose tongue .... extreme . . appealing to poor class of trade. RADIOS — Chi Omega Maxine Greene — Just look at the features . . and then listen to the tone . . . smart modern lines . . will fit in any odd corner. Virginia Rice — Economical . . . requires no attention . . . dated at the factory . . . super- dynamic speaker. Sarah Williams — Finer, clearer toned . . . several wave lengths . . personal tone con- trol . . . Hard to tune Mary Jo Sellers — A standard number that has proved dependable through the years, just the set for the fireside. Alta Moorman — Big stout, sturdy case .... will not mar easily .... this number can be sent by express only as it is too heavy to mail. Aloyses Thorn — Tall . . . slim . . . upright cabinet . . . graceful lines . . . artificial light yellow stain — will warp if dampened. Anne North — Exclusive model . . . gives very rich appearance . . clear reception that will de- light you. Edna Earle Richardson New style cabi- net . . . dual tone speaker . . . tone is apt to be somewhat harsh . . . imitation of expensive oak. Continued on Page 193 Campus Highlights Alarm-clock Tooke is as regular as the sun, at Colonial Hall, in the morning. Sarah ' s teachers say that she hasn ' t been late to a class this term ... Helen and Bill seem to doubt the sun ' s ability to rise unaided, so they may be seen sitting on the back steps awaiting dawn Four columns there were. Four pure white columns. The glitter of their bland white surfaces hurt the eylets , , and so they applied a paint and labeling job without the approval of the Powers-That-Be " Little " Woody is a newshound from the old school. She has a nose, so they say, for news even if it is pug. Her giggle and her guery are typically Centenary Oscar Baily is a familiar figure in, or shall we say on, the fight ring. He says, " I like to fight but the resin gets in my eyes. " [ 187 ]
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