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Goldsboro Hi News
June 4, 1948
Hi News Staff Makes Its
Last Will And Testament
by Betty Jane Barbee
Last Will and Testament of the
HI NEWS Staff
Yes, “the time has come for all
good men to come to the aid of
their country.” Because of this,
the seniors are leaving us. They
must go forth and fight a winning
battle by the time we graduate-
the battle of preparing the world
for us, and us for the world. There
fore, the following seniors belong
ing to the journalism class have
deemed it necessary to bequeath
the following to the underclassmen
remaining in the- class.
Hoping you, the reader, will ap-
preciate this gesture and acknoW'
ledge the faults and improvements
(?) of each member of the staff in
Goldsboro, North Carolina
There’s No Place Like
HOME For Ford Service
Cosmetics - Perfumes
TRY OUR SANDWICHES
SODA and MILK SHAKES
the years to come:
Henry E. (Sally’s Enrs) leaves
his ability of “Hearing no evil,
seeing no evil, writin’ no evil” to
anyone crazy enough to write a
gossip column, noping tliey’ll keep
their ears clean.
Marilyn T. leaves a spark in
Gene R.’s mind, hoping he will
know what “deadline” means by
Lou Y.’s ability to define print
ers’ terms: ludlow, galleys, etc., is
left to that ever forgetful Ruth F.
The wizard of all ad sellers,
James R. (moral support by Gene
A.) hopes the incoming staff mem
bers can keep up his good work of
selling at least 12 inches of ads
Mary Ann W. leaves her ability
to dig up old baby pictures (As
We Wuz) to anybody with a shovel.
Chrit and Giner wish whoever
doesn’t write “Can You Take It?”
a happy social life.
That strong, silent John T.
leaves his strongness and silence
to 111’ Elton.
Signature and famous last words
Dana James: “Nobody left me
Albert P.: “Just put the pencil
Edwards - Crumpler
Ash and Center Streets
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PRIVATE .AMBULANCE SERVICE
Office Phone 1065
GOLDSBORO ICE DELIVERY CO.
ICE and COAL
45 PHONES 67
FLOOR COVERING SPECIALTIES,
“Complete Floor Covering Service"
Asphalt and Rubber Tile
Rugs Linoleum Carpets
120 E. Mulberry St.
EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN
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Central Service Motor Co.
115 E. ASH STREET PHONE 1941-J
in my hand, now move my elbow
a little . . . there.”
Explanation and apology to fel
low staff members: This is written
.solely and entirely in jest and as
a fictional Last Will and Testa
ment. Any resemblance of names
oT persons mentioned in the article
to t,ho'-?e living or dead is purely
intentional—oops! slip of the pen
—the word is coincidental I be
Junior Class Officers
The eighth graders of Chester-
town High School, Chestertown,
Md., sent Chi'istmas packages to
a Dutch school.
GHS was mentioned for the
first time in Chestertown’s ex-
cliange column. It read: Students
of Goldsboro High School in N. C.
went on the air during National
Education Week. They prepared
and transcribed one ] 5 minute pro
gram and seven 5 minute skits on
the theme “The Schools Are
“How old are you, Jimmy?”
asked the visitor.
“I’m just at the awkward age.”
“Really! What do you call the
‘Too old to cry and too young
Rising Junior class officers are, front row, left to right, Jack
Borden, president; Barbara Anderson, vice pesident; Peggy Pittman,
secetary; top row, Walter Culbreth and Barbara Harrell cheerleaders;
Jimmy Shumate, treasurer. (See story page 1)
The Talk Of
DRESSES and SUITS
For Wise Buyers
AT A PRICE
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Goldsboro, N. C.
GIFTS FOR THE
138 W. Walnut Phone 168
Goldsboro, N. C.
Gifts for Everyone
102 East Mulberry
126 E. Walnut St.
Where Smart Women
Do Their Shopping
CASH DRUG COMPANY
133 E. Walnut Street Phone 170
A. T. GRIFFIN MANUFACTURING
2000 Mile Oil
Every Winner in the 1947 National Air Races used
Kendall Motor Oil
Parker Oil Company
WE'LL FIX THAT OLD WATCH
There It still a lot of service left
in that old watch of yours. Bring
it in rtow and let our experts put
It in first class running condition.