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First, the president of the Junior
class, Joe White, in an interesting
and entertaining way welcomed the
guests of honor. Joe Reddi'ck, presi
dent of the Senior class, gave an ap
propriate response. During the even
ing the musicians of the class, Misses
Blair and Hobbs and Mr. Fitzgerald,
charmed their hearers with the ex
cellent rendering of their respective
Miss Blair, with her inimitable
touch, gave a most pleasing ipiano se
lection, and Mies Hobbs and Mr. Fitz
gerald were at their bust and sang
their respective solos with an 'unsur
passed degree of excellence.
A delicious course was served by
the Sophomore girls, Misses Camp
bell, V. Mcßane, Moore, D. Mcßane,
( loud and Raiford. The menu was
Chicken salad with lettuce hearts
Sal'tinee Olives Sandwiches
Ice Cream a La 'Su6anne
Angel Food Cake
But on occasions such as this the
hands of time move swifter and soon
—too soon—the Seniors realized that
tor them that occasion hoped for and
dreamed of had come and gone.
But tho' there was a bit o' sadness
mixed with all the gladness, yet .most
of all there was admiration for those
who had planned and executed so
lovely a reception. And as the 18's
departed they felt that when May
should come and go, they could with
befitting ease, bestow their togas of
dignity and seniority upon so worthy
and so deserving a class.
RUTH COLETRANE ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF Y. W. C. A.
The last regular Thursday evening
prayer meeting was opened by Miss
Ediwards, who gave a brief account
of the Northfield conference and the
good which has resulted from this
This was the time in course for
the election of Y. W. C. A. officers
lor the coming year and the names
submitted were as follows: For
president, Ruth Coletrane, Frances
Moore; secretary, Vira Clodfelter,
Alma Chilton; treasurer, Eula Hock
ett, Katherine Campbell. From these
candidates Ruth Coletrane was elect
ed president, Vira Clodfelter secre
tary, and Eula Hockett treasurer.
These officers will be installed at a
business meeting in the near future.
ZATASIANS CONTINUE THEIR
MARCH TOWARD PERFECTION
The program of the Zatasian So
ciety for Friday of last week was de
cidedly one of the best and most in
teresting /programs of the year. So
far there has been no lack of interest
shown in the work and the society is
hoping to make the last three months
work the best of the whole year.
At the regular meeting on last Fri
day evening, the Philomathean Lit
erary Society was favored with an
unusually jnteresting program on
As this was the regular time for
electing officers, the following were
chosen: Ellen R'aiford, president;
Frances Moore, secretary; Lulu Rai
AT THE SCIENCE CLUB
The faithful few who resisted oth
er attractions to attend Science Club
on Wednesday, March 6th, were re
warded by .hearing 'an interesting
talk on methods in microscopic tech
Professor Rogers told about the
use and limitation of the microscope
and demonstrated the mechanism of
the micrometer. He explained the
theory and practice of fixing and de
hydrating tissues, and the principal
methods of imbedding, cutting, stain
inig and mounting biological mate
As the progress made in biology
has depended upon the improvement
of histological technique, Professor
Rogers' lecture proved very instruc
tive to those interested in that
BREAKFAST PARTY GIVEN
BY COOKERY CLASS
On Saturday morning the second
division o,f the cookery class gave an
attractive breakfast iparty in the
dining room of the department. The
guests were Misses Burtie Dix and
Maude Gainey, Prof. J. Speed Rogers
and Mr. Robert Doak.
Miss Mary Lou Raiford made a
charming hostess, while Miss Mary
Coble performed the duties of the
host. Misses Frances McCracken and
Lulu Raiford were the graceful wait
resses for the occasion. It was con
cluded by all that the real success of
the meal was due to the efficient
cooks, Misses Anna Henley, Lydia
Pickett and Tom Stewart.
Over Greensboro Drug Store.
Greensboro, N. C.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand and the
Business Branches taught the year
round. Enter any time. Write for
catalogue. Phone 1086.
W. H. FISHER CO.
Best Line of Engraved Cards,
Wedding Announcements, Etc.
215 S. Elin Street. Greensboro, N. C.
David White, President.
J. W. Brawley, V.-Pres. & Treas.
R. W. Harrison, Sec'y & Atty.
The Real Estate & Trust Co.
We Buy and Sell Real Estate, Negoti
ate Real Estate Loans and write all
kinds of Insurance, 233 So. Elm St.
Greensboro, N. C.
THE QUALITY SHOP
W. F. FRASER, Manager.
THE LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Exclusive styles always to be found
here in our up-to-date woman's shop.
222 South Elm Street.
J. A. HENLEY
THE CORNER STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed
stuffs of all kinds, Cakes, Candies,
Fruits and Students' Supplies
Phone 31 Guilford College, N. C.
COLLEGE BARBER SHOP
AND PRESSING CLUB
"Get it at Odell's" Quality i'^irst
BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, TENNIS, TRACK AND GYM SUPPLIES
SWEATERS, JERSEYS AND ATHLETIC CLOTHING
ODELL HARDWARE COMPANY
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Athletic Association, College Representative.
JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Over $48,000,000 insurance in force.
Over $7,000,000 assets.
Over $1,100,000 surplus to Policyholders.
Why not join the 17,000 North Carolinians who carry over $26,-
000,000 insurance in the Jefferson and keep Southern money at home.
In event of total disability policy becomes paid up.
Write to or phone W. S. JONES, General Agent, Greensboro, N C
POMONA TERRA-COTTA 00.
POMONA, N. C.
Manufacturers of Sewer and Drain
Pipe, Flue Linings, Conduits and
other clay products. Annual capacity
2,000 car loads.
SCHWARTZ, KIRWIN AND FAVSS
"If we made it for Gold, it's Gold"
Class and Fraternity Pins and Medals
42 Barclay Street New York
STUDENTS OF TODAY WILL BE
THE BUSINESS MEN OF
Some will probably locate in High
Point, N. C. The best possible bank
ing facilities are offered by THE
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
OF HIGH POINT, N. C.
J. ELWOOD COX, President.
C. M. HAUSER, Active Vice-Pres.
J. W. HARRIS, Vice-President.
V. A. J. IDOL, Cashier.
C. H. MARRINER, Asst. Cashier.
When in Greensboro Eat at
The Hennessee Cafe
The Home of Good Cooking.
We have a Rest Room furnished
exclusively for ladies. You are
always welcomed to our Cafe.
342-344 South Elin St.
J. R. DONNELL, Prop, and Manager.
Dr. L. G. COBLE
Phone 601. Greensboro, N. C.
STEPHEN LANE FOLGER, INC.
CLUB AND COLLEGE PINS AND
RINGS—GOLD, SILVER AND
180 Broadway New York
WHY LEAVE THE CAMPUS TO
HAVE YOUR BARBER WORK
ROOM 12 ARCHDALE HALL
THE BROADWAY CAFE
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Opposite the Postoffice.
Special arrangements for the stu
dents of Guilford College. Excellent
J. W. Scott & Company
Greensboro, X. C.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
'Goods sold to merchants only.
WHITE & REDDICK
Guilford College, N. C.
Greensboro, N. C. *
Jos. J. Stone & Company
PRINTERS AND BINDERS
Steel Die and Copper Plate Printing.
Greensboro, N. C.
LEWIS & ANDREWS
10 per cent, discount to college girls.
108 W. Washington Street.
Greensboro, N. C.
S. L. GILMER & COMPANY
Snappy Styles for College
THE PARKER PAPER & TWINE
Pioneer in Exclusive Paper and
Twine business in North Carolina.
W. T. PARKER
Sec. & Treas. and Gen. Manager.
HIGH POINT, N. C.