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j,e of our best all around sen
iors is Josephine Whitley, better
known as “Phenie”. She has been
aliember of the basketball team
fonone year and a member of the
eirls’ tennis team for two years.
Last year, she won the South
Piedmont Conference champion
ship in tennis. _ . , ,
Her club activities include the
Girls’ Athletic Association, Boost
ers’ club, and Glee club. She has
also been a cheer leader for two
Her most recent honor came
when she was tapped for member
ship in the National Honor Society
Friday. She is also treasurer of
the'Girls’ Athletic Association, and
secretary of the Mi.xed Chorus.
Among her likes are Tyrone
Power and Alice Faye; .sports, such
asijtennis, basketball, football and
swininiing; anything to eat except
turnips and okra; and (we think)
blonde and red headed boys. Her
favorite author is Lloyd C. Doug
After graduation, “Phenie”
plans to enter W. C. U. N. C. and
take a course in physical educa
Whistle While You
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Who is that tall senior you have
seen dashing madly around the
halls in search of Full Moon ma
terial? You guessed it, Lee Copple.
Capable and popular, he was edi
tor of the Al-Hi-Script last year,
has been on the student council
two years, a member of the debat
ing team three years, and a mem
ber of the Masqueraders, honorary
Lee received another honor Fri
day when he was taken into the
National Honor Society. He is
now serving his second year as
school reporter for the Stanly
News and Press.
Along the sports line, he has
pai-ticipated in football and tennis.
His clubs include Boosters’, Dra
matic, Journalistic, and Hi-Y, in
which organization he is now serv
ing as vice-president. He was also
a commencement marshal last
Lee’s favorite movie stars are
Norma Shearer and Joel McCrea,
vvhile “Green Light” is his favor
Not sure about which year he
will graduate, he plans to enter
Wake Forest College.
Our clothes /'0^
the note of
fall . . .
MONDAY - One Day Only
JACKIE COOPER and
Freddie Bartholomew in
“TWO BRIGHT BOYS”
Ted Fio Rita and His Orchestra
Tuesday — One Day Only
Joe Louis-Bob Pastor Champ-
lonship Fight Films
flight at MIDNIGHT’
Regan, Jean Parker,
with Sigrid Gurie and
“Oregon Trails,” Chapter 1
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
JOE E. BROWN and
MARTHA RAYE in . . .
‘$1,000 A TOUCHDOWN’
“Five Times Five,” with The
SATURDAY — Open 11 A. M.
i Tur. Continuous Showing —
E three MESQUITEERS in . . .
nADo “WYOMING OUTLAW”
devils of red CIRCLE,” Chapter One
THE BELL,’* a Three Stooges Comedy
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THE FULL MOON
Three Teachers Attend
Three high school music teach-
Miss Worsham, attended the music
conference in Greensboro, October
The conference was divided into
three parts: band directors, music
teachers, and choral directors.
Mr. Tillotson played in the Da
vidson band, which was used for
a demonstration of various princi
ples for high school band directors.
Mr. Fry attended the choral di
rectors’ meeting, presided over by
Mr. Olaf Christiansen, director of
the Oberlin college A Capella
choir. Mr. Christiansen directed
the clinic choir composed of 280
high school students from near-by
Miss Worsham attended the
meeting for the piano teachers.
Radical changes were made in
the plans for the annual music
contest to be held in Greensboro in
To Be Sponsored
In cooperation with the health
program being conducted in the
high school, home room programs
for the next nine weeks will be
based on health topics.
In connection with the health
programs a poster contest will be
sponsored. The poster may be of
any phase or type concerning
health and is to be handed in on
or before December 6.
A committee of teachers, Misses
Moore, Milling, Holt and Polston
have worked out these possible top
ics for the programs: Posture, Nu
trition, Common Ailments, First
Aids, Patent Medicines, Tobacco
and Alcohol, General Physical
Check Up, Mental Hygiene, and
These programs will begin in
home rooms the latter part of Oc
tober and last through December.
Under N ew Plan
Six new clubs have been formed
under the new club plan put into
effect this year. This plan, intro
duced by Mr. Gibson in a recent
assembly program, is designed to
i accommodate only those students
, who are sincerely interested in club
work, and for this reason the prac-
I tice of giving credit toward grad-
j nation for club work will be dis-
The Creative Writing club, with
Miss Watson as sponsor, will have
as its principal function the publi
cation of the Al-Hi-Script, school
literary magazine. The Mixed
Chorus club under the direction of
Mr. Fry will serve as a chapel
choir, and make several other pub
lic appearances during the year.
The other new clubs are Model
Airplane club, Physical Culture
club for boys under the direction
of Mr. Gehring, Current Problems
club with Miss McKenzie as spon
sor, and the Art club under the di
rection of Miss Powell.
Other clubs which have been or
ganized are the Physical Culture,
Boosters’, Dramatic, Athletic,
Home Economics, Science, Photog
raphy, and Arts and Crafts. A
high school orchestra has also been
formed, under the direction of Mr.
Jack Tillotson. This orchestra
meets on both club days, and is
composed of selected members of
the school band.
Four Students Selected To Attend
Congress Of Students In Durham
In School Cafeteria
At least fifty students and eight
teachers are served each day in
the high school cafeteria, accord
ing to a statement made by Mrs.
L. J. Skidmore, supervisor of cafe
terias in the county. It takes two
full-time workers and six girl help
ers to serve this number.
During the summer, additional
cabinets and some paint were
added to the cafeteria.
The usual meal for the day con
sists of meat, two or three vege
tables, a, salad, milk, and desert—■
cakes, pies or ice cream.
Most of this food is produced in
an eleven-acre garden owned by
the cafeteria. During the sum
mer, 1,813 quarts of vegetables and
fruits were canned by the work
ers, seventy-five bushels of Irish
potatoes were produced, one hun
dred pounds of peas and beans
were dried, and one-fourth acre of
sweet potatoes and three and one-
half acres of corn are yet to be
harvested. The winter garden will
have such vegetables as turnips,
mustard, rape, cabbage, and col-
The cafeteria has a Grade A
Amy Fry F^olds
Among the typing students this
year, Amy Pry holds the champion
ship for first-year students with 31
words and 2 errors per minute;
while Ann Henning is a close run
ner-up, with 29-1.
Among second-year students,
Hoyle Whitley takes first with 58
words and 2 errors per minute.
Is To Be Discussed
An invitation has been extended
to the student council to send rep
resentatives to the annual state
convention of student councils to
be held in Durham, November 3-4.
In a special session of the stu
dent council Friday morning, Jane
Austin Turner, Carolyn Stone, Lois
Milton, and Lee Copple were select
ed to represent Albemarle in this
meeting. Registration will be just
prior to the first conference, which
will begin at 2 :30 Friday afternoon
in the Durham high school audi
The list of speakers has not been
released yet, but professors from
the neighboring universities, Duke
and Carolina, will participate. In
order that all students will be able
to take part in the convention,
group discussions will be held with
“Student Attitudes” as the topic.
Friday night a banquet will be
held for the visitors followed by a
dance in the Durham high gym
nasium. Saturday morning there
will be a short business meeting,
after which it is hoped that the
delegates will be able to see the
North Carolina - North Carolina
State game in Chapel Hill.
Officers of the State Student
Council Congress are Bahnson
Gray of R. J. Reynolds high in
Winston-Salem, president, and
Rowena Mason of Durham high
Last year was the first year that
Albemarle participated in this con
gress. The meeting was held in
A frog that came from Will
Rogers’s farm (Emmett Dalton)
jumped 13 feet and 5 inches for the
Andy Bershak, of University of
North Carolina, was elected in 1937
an All-American end by Collier’s
and Nana, two leading newspapers
in the United States.
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He Let Amoco Tune
His Car For Fall!
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