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Friday, April 10, 1942
NEW WING TO BE DONE
WITHIN MONTH’S TIME
According to Mr. Hunt, the vo
cational co-ordinator, the new
addition to the High Point high
school will soon be completed,
probably within the next month.
There will be two shop classes,
three rooms for music, three reg
ular classrooms, and additional
space for different classes and
The program of defense in
struction at High Point high
school is being expanded by the
addition and work will go on in
some field 24 hours a day.
Welding, forging, and foundry
work will be on the first floor.
On the same floor space will be
had for electric welding, other
metal work and space will also be
had for the textile instruction.
On the second floor will be the
music department. To this de
partment will go three sound
proof rooms. These will be the
band room, choral room, and
space for individual instrumental
[rehearsal and room for the three
regular curricular classes.
Spring Has Come!
Smell that air, doesn’t it just
enchant you? Well, spring has
finally come, and it won’t be long
till the call of the robin can be
heard around the campus. Spring!
What a wonderful season for
young lovers, for love is in the
air during springtime. You can
see couples strolling hand in hand
around the campus; it just makes
your heart feel warm inside to
know that there is still some love
in this world of turmoil and ha
tred, for spring can mean so
much to people.
When walking through the
woods one can see tiny green ob
jects pushing their way through
the soggy clods of mother earth.
Yes,' spring is here, but will
spring be like this next year.
Will there still be darkening
clouds of war over the world next
spring? Who knows, no one but
the hand of faith.
'What A Life”
or The Trials and Tribulations of Henry Aldrich
April 24, 2 5
Junior High Auditorium
Students 50c 8:15
Good Elats—That’s All
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118 West Broad Street
Night Phone 2585
Day Phone 4037
Of Hi«h Point, N. C.
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DR. NAT WALKER
Eyes Examined and
For a Quick Lunch
COME TO THE
“La da, a String of Pearls”.
You know it’s Braudis “Dusty”
Leonard by the song, which is his
favorite. Glenn Miller is his fa-
varite band-leader, and his hobby
is collecting records. “Dusty” is
a popular member of the sopho
more class and is a member of
the student council. He is one
of our new debaters. Having gone
out for basket-ball, he hopes to
make the varsity team. His ambi
tion is to be a druggist. His cur
rent flame is Janet Russell.
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“Dusty’s” favorite color is blue,
which matches his eyes. He thinks
anything chocolate is “the best
Introducing Phyllis Newton, a
popular member of the sopho
more class . . . Phyllis has the in
teresting hobby of collecting pic
ture post cards and novelty dogs.
By her fiery spirit in debating
one may plainly see that arguing
is first on her list of musts. She
participated in the Wake Forest
Debate and copped with her col
league, Robert Williard, two out
of four debates.
This popular lass has black hair
and blue eyes and is approximate
ly five feet tall with weight tip
ping two pounds under hundred
and she says she’s gotta reduce.
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Bargains at All Times
Suits Pressed While You
High Point Hat Shop
102 N. Main Street
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IDUKE POWER COMPANY
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I COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
The railways have reduced the number of locomotives in
use by increasing the power of the average locomotive.
From 1916 to 1988 the tractive power of the average
steam locomotive has been raised from 33,188 pounds to
49,803 pounds, an increase of 50 per cent.
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