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Thinking that quite a few of
the Alumni and Old Students
would be interested in knowing
just who was present at the ban
quet in Greensboro on February
20th, it has been deemed advisable
to append below a list of the
guests. A slight examination of
the list will reveal the fact that
twenty-one of the twenty-six
classes which have graduated
from Guilford were represented
at the banquet, a fact which be
speaks the truly representative
character of the gathering. The
class of 1890 was the oldest one
represented, 'BO the first class be
ing without representation. The
guests were as follows:
Class of 1890—Mr. .lohn T. Ben
Class of 1891 —Mr. and Mrs. S.
Addison llodgin, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Peele, Mrs. Mary Men
den lull 1 Davis.
Class of 1892—Miss Virginia
Ragsdale, Miss Laura Worth.
Class of 1894—Miss Annie Pet
ty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. White.
Class of 1895—Mrs. E. R. Mich
aux, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sinclair
Class of 1897—Mr. Oscar P.
Class of 1898—Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Blair, Mr. Herbert C. Petty.
Class of 1900 —Mr. J. Wilson
Carrel 1, Mr. C. O. Meredith.
Class of 1901.—Mr. William C.
Hammond, Miss Emma King.
Class of 1902 —Mr. C. Elmer
Class of 1903—Miss Ida E.
Class of 1904—Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph D. Cox, Mr. W. P. Henley,
Mr. 1). Ralph Parker, Mr. L. Lea
Class of 1905 —Mr. and Mrs.
Fred B. Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs.
Terry D. Sliarpe, Mr. Oscar V.
Class of 1907—Miss Alma T.
Edwards, 31 r. A. W. Hobbs.
Class of 1908 —Mr. Ovid W.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Men
denhall, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ernest
Younts, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Ker
Class of 1909—.Miss Margaret
Davis, Mr. A. A. Dixon, Mr. R. J.
M. Hobbs, Mr. N. Rush llodgin,
Mr. Hugh 1). White.
Class of 1910—Mr. and Mrs. li.
E. Dalton, Jr., Miss Alice L. Dix
on, Miss Gertrude Frazier, Mr.
Leroy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Class of 1911—Mr. J. Gurney
Briggs, Mr. T. F. Bulla, Mr. A.
K. Moore, Mr. C. C. Smithdeal,
Miss Flora W. White.
Class of 1912—Miss Hazel Har
mon, Mr. John B. Woosley, Mr.
Alpheus F. Zachary.
Class of 1913 —Miss Tecy Bea
man, Mr. John T. Chappell, Mr:
E. H. Marley, Miss Mary Menden
hall, Mr. George A. Short, Mr
Hugh A. Stewart.
Class of 1914—Mr. A. Brown
Finch, Miss Mary Fox. Miss
Blanche Futrell, Mr. S. .1. Lind
ley, Mr. 10. 11. Mcßane, Mr. 10. G.
Class of 1915—Mr. .1. Robert
Brown. Miss Mary Doan, Miss
Bartie Dix, Miss Blanche Dixon,
.Miss Kathrvn Dorsett, .Miss Ma
bel Edgerton, Mr. Carl W. Stew
Honorary members of Associa
lion present —Mr. J. Elwood ('ox
Mrs. P. B. Ilacknev, Dr. L. L
Hobbs, Miss Louisa Osborne.
The other quests were-—Dr.
Isaac Sharpless, .Mr. ami Mrs. -J.
Van Li lid le,v, Mr. U". E. Coflin,
Mr. John S. Downing, Mrs. K. I'.
King, Mr. Paul C. Lindlev, Mi*,
and Mrs. W. Boron, Dr. W. H.
Wakefield, Miss Isla B. Marshall,
Miss Sarah Benbow, Miss Ger
trude Mendenhall, Misses Lnra
and Edith Hendricks, Miss Mary
Petty, Mrs. Minnie Br i stow, Miss
Inez Wilson, Dr. D. 10. Stanton,
Mr. William Nelson, Mr. Leslie
Cartland, Mr. E. 10. White, Miss
Gertrude Hohbs, Mr. and Mrs. -I.
S. Cox, Mr. W. P. Ragan, Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Cook, Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Lewis, Miss Maude Gainey,
Mr. Joel A. Blair, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. W. White, Mrs. Lovetta
Knight, Mrs. Annie Couch, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Llockett, Mr. S.
W. Geiser, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond
Taylor, Miss Blanche Dawson,
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams, Mr.
Thomas Wakefield, Mr. IJ. R.
King, Mr. G. E. Petty, Dr. and
Mrs. A. H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Frazier, Mr. W. A. Blair,
Mrs. Dr. Ledbetter, Mrs. C. B.
Clegg, Mr. George Montgomery,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Petty, Mrs.
Fannie Robertson, INI iss Ada Lee,
Mr. Thomas Watson, Mrs. Stan
ton and Mr. B. S. Sellars.
The Websterians had a good
society Friday night. Most all
the fellows were out and a good
program was rendered. The most
interesting number was a debate:
"Resolved, that the short ballot
should be adopted in state, count v
and municipal elections." The af
Urinative was represented by J.
\V. McCall, A. L. Riddick and D.
S. Coltrane, while the negative
was defended by Fred Morris, W.
A. Julian and Ralph Yow. The
question was one of interest to
all. Each speaker showed a good
knowledge of the subject and got
into the discussion and made it it
Mr. Brown as critic for the
evening commended the debate
and encouraged the new men in
their tight for the improvement
medal to be given this spring.
.Mr. IT. A. Stewart, Jr., ('l3) of
Laurinhurg, iss visiting at the col
•J. T. Ohappell ('l3) principal
of the Derita High School, .Meck
lenburg county, spent Saturday
afternoon at the college.
A. F. Zachary ('l2), principal
of Flint Hill (Traded School, Wan
dolph county, visited at the col
lege Saturday and Sunday, at
tending the Guilford banquet in
Greensboro Saturday night.
S. .J. Lindley (*l4), principal of
the Archdale (iraded School, near
High Point, visited friends at the
college Sunday morning.
Brown Finch ('l4), a prosper
ous young farmer near Thomas
-1 vi I le, spen I Sunday at the college.
( 1 . ( 1 . Sinithdeal ('lll, general
manager of the Sinithdeal Insur
ance & Realty Co., of Winston-Sa
lem. attended the banquet Satur
day night and spent Sunday at
K. 11. Mcliane ('l4), principal
of the Stokesdale Graded School,
was at the college Sunday visiting
Ovid Jones ('08), a successful
young attorney of Winston-Salem,
spent some time at the college
A. Wilson Carroll ('00), princi
pal of the Beth an ia. High School,
Forsyth county, visited at the col
Mr. W. P. Henley ('O4), of
•Johns, a wholesale canteloupe
dealer, attended the banquet and
visited the college Sunday.
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Best, Line of Engraved Cards, Weddings,
RECORD OFFICE GREENSBORO, N. C
STUDENTS OF TODAY WILL BE
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Some will pix>bably locate in
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offered by The Commercial
National Bank of High Point,
J. Ehvood Cox, President,
C. M. Hauser, Active Vice Pres.
VV. G. Bradshaw, Vice President,
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DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY
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115 S. Elm Street GREENSBORO, N. C
FORDHAM-BROWN SHOE CO.
Phone 1186 118 W. Market
A full line of shoes for Men and Women at
Special Agents for Jas. A. Banister
Special discount to College Students
CONYERS & SYKES. DRUGGISTS
Pure Drugs, Fresh Candies,
Sodas, and Cigars
THE HOME OF "Sy-Co"
HIGH POINT BUGGIES
n QUAKER QUALITY
the First Consideration
Known all over the South as the
Standard of Honest igfef *
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§ There is a
Louisville Slugger and Bingo Bats, D. and M. 9-ending
Balls, Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Chest Protectors, and in fact
full line of the best goods at the right prices, let us show you.
Greensboro Hardware Co.
221 South Elm Street
Phones 457 - 458
Home of Kuppenheimer Clothes,
Furnishings, Trunks and Leather
We Save you Money
Stetson Hats Florshein & Regal Shoes
304 South Elm
See J. R. Drown, College Representative
ARCADE BARBER SHOP
Good Quick Work
Hot & Cold Baths
PHONE No. 1326
203 South Elm Street
Furniture, House Furnishings
GREENSBORO, N. C.
SPAULDING'S SPORTING GOODS
Are standard the world over. You can get
what you want from our large stock.
Wills Book and Stationery Co.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Guilford Lumber Company
Greensboro, N. C.