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April 6, 1939
THE FULL MOON
Having one of the highest schol
astic records in the graduating
class, Sara Doby is naturally an
outstanding student. She is known
for her genial disposition and studi
Sara is president of the business
section of the Journalistic club and
business manager of the Full Moon.
“I think movies are swell,” Sara
laughs, “especially if Betty Grable
or Robert Young is in them.” She
reads a great deal and rates L. M.
Montgomery as her favorite author.
Too, she dances, plays tennis and
likes baseball. As for food, try
keeping her away from cream
■ Next year Sara plans to attend
W. C. U. N. C., where she will
study to become a sociology teacher.
(Incidentally we think she might
go to Hollywood and double for
The new president of the elev
enth grade—that’s Tom Hatley, de
pendable, good-natured, and techni
cal minded. Last year he was pres
ident of the junior class. He is the
council representative and former
president of his homeroom, 11-1.
Tom’s favorite movie stars are
Mickey Rooney and Paul Muni.
“But I like Spencer Tracy, too,” he
adds. Since he is a “whiz” at math
ematics, naturally that is his fa
vorite subject. In sports, Tom
chooses baseball, football, and
swimming. When asked about food,
“Aw, I take anything to eat,” he
Thomas is president of the Sound
club and can usually be found tink
ering with radios. He wants to at
tend a school of technology to study
electrical engineering after gradu-
Actually got a smile from Tommy
today. It scared me so I couldn’t
smile back. . . . Charles spoke to
me in the hall—and a very nice
smile. Charles for me from now on.
. . .Saw Betty Morton today. ... To
the tennis court as usual—wish I
could play real good so I could
make a hit with Jimmy like Rose
does Kelly. ... I was running for
a tennis ball and fell down flat and
who should be watching but Burton
H. . . . Saw “Crack” at lunch—he
wrote another cute poem for me.
He must be a genius! . . . Girls go
around saying, “Imeldia likes Ja
cob !” . . . At last I have succeeded
in getting Reed away from J. L.—
he’s got “umph.” . . . Went to show
with Martha. “Bear” Knotts walked
home with Martha and me. “Mat”
got mad at me because I wouldn’t
walk fast. (Didn’t kiss her good
night.) Went home broken-hearted.
. . . Jewel, Marlene, Mildred and I
went to rdie with Bob, Merling, and
Abe today. . . . Went to the show.
Saw Jimmy and “Laffy” but still
missed Bill. . . . Just can’t succeed
in making Reed like me. Today in
Latin he stayed turned toward the
back of the room all day. (I sit in
the front.) . . . Worra, Worra—In
math today Tommy R. just would
not talk to me. . . . Reed’s, Tom
my’s, and Bailey’s pictures ar
my locket! I think Bailey is
cutest. . . . Jerry’s cute. I’m going
to smile at him every day in Eng
lish. ... I like my seat in Latin,
’cause it’s right behind Charles. Do
you supose he would ever fall for
poor little me? Catherine and Ruth
seem to like him, too. . . . Glenn
comes by my locker almost every
period with me. . . . Hope the S. S.
S. club starts up again, but Sara
and Betsy seem too busy with John
and Kelly right now. . . . Had a
swell time dating Lois. Bob and
Margaret are getting along fine
Has Budget Project
By Geraldine CHsco.
‘Eat, drink and be merry” seems
to be the motto of the bookkeeping
class. A recent project on dally ex
penditures revealed the startling
fact that the boys in this group
spend an average of $4.41 per per
son for recreation, while the girls
spend $5.37 per person. The total
spent for recreation was $47.34, the
fifteen girls spending $25.30, and
the five boys, $22.04.
A close check-up on all forms
showed the amounts spent on
clothes, school supplies, church, and
Commenting on the project, Mr.
Propst, commercial teacher, said,
“On the whole the girls did harder,
neater, more accurate work than
A third practice set, scheduled
for the first of April, will include
the use of regular business forms,
such as invoices, notes, bills, club
books, pass books and cash books.
IMPRESSIONS OF STUDENTS
in the gym
to get on the varsity
to get a promotion
to get her a new
corner to stand on
at the show
to send J. R. home
to bag “Crack”
to grow up
to live in a “copless”
Laura F. Peck
to get an ambition
at Henry’s laziness
(See back page for answers.)
to find somebody in
Salisbury as cute as
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Is a Good Companion
Of Other Foods
Home Ec Students
Study Child Care
The second year home economics
class is so interested in the study of
child care that they have chosen
for their special project the making
of baby clothes. Some are making
them for a special child, while oth-
s are making them because they
•e interested in the work.
Many books on child care have
been brought from the Stanly coun
ty library, and with those in the
department, the girls are finding
many interesting articles to read
Answers To Questions
2. World Almanac.
5. A form of dignified reflec
tive poetry written to express a
feeling of sadness.
6. Guy de Maupassant.
8. Dewey and Garner.
9. Sheriff or deputy sheriff.
10. If I were he.
Teams Have Picnic
Members of the boys’ and girls’
basketball teams were entertained
at a weiner roast on Morrow Moun-
in, March 14.
After weiners, slaw, and pickles
ere served, the boys and girls en
joyed dancing and singing.
At Buffet Supper
At their home on Pee Dee ave-
*,ae, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Crowell
recently entertained the faculty at
a taffet supper. Delicious barbecue,
slaw, sandwiches, pickles, and cof
fee were served to abount twenty-
Arnold Visits School
Mr. George Arnold, principal of
Hugh Morson High, Raleigh, for
mer principal of Albemarle High,
with a delegation from his school,
recently made an inspection of the
building and grounds, and asked
for a demonstration of the new
Miss Watson: “What gifts did
the Magi take to the Christ child?”
John Kennedy: “Gold, Franken
stein and mirth!”
Albemarle, N. C.
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Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Building Materials,
Groceries, Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers
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THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
April 6 and 7
CLAUDETTE COLBERT and
DON AMECHE in . . .
with John Barrymore, Francis Lederer
and Elaine Barrie
Coming Next Thursday and Friday
April 13 and 14
with Claire Trevor, Andy Devine, George Bancroft,
Berton Churchill and a Host of Other Stars