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VJITH THE .CA.FUS CLUBS ALL 0RGAl''iIZATI0N5 §C(^
—By Doris P.oole-
The Dramatic Club
The Dramatic Club under the sponsor
ship of airs. 'A. S. BullucK and Ivirs. A.
J. bryant has met once this school year.
Officers of the club are: President,
xir. Charles Jiggetts; Secretary, Loris
Poole; Treasurer, iJliss Gwendetta Pratt;
L.st y-ar the thirty members of the.,
club very readily participated in the
plays given. The plays v:ere: "Thanks
giving Adventure", "Uncle Santa Clause",
The main aim of the club, to
dramatize plays, vjas shovm very success
fully through the contest play vvhich
v.on first place at the district tourna
ment and see Charlie Jiggetts, Henry
Ivloore, Delia Scott and Melvyn hurt
displciy their wonderful talents.
Unfortunately the play was not recognized
at the State Tournament in Raleigh.
The club wants to make this year
a much better one than last. V/ILL'YOU
The Glee Club
Ijnaer the direction of Llrs. A.
S. Vililliams, the glee club was organized
in September. About fifty members
joinijd but due to football, classes .and
other things the number has been reduced.
Other members are novj being tried out for
The club has performed once during
this year. In chapel on Fridaj'’, October
2nd, the student boay and faculty witnesse
the group in various numbers including
spirituals, a popular number and a,
patriotic number. It is now rehearsing
for the Christmas program..
will th., club bring back nine first
places hnd three second places this year.
Boy Scout Troop 101 of Henderson
under the supervision of their new
Scout Master, Reverend Saint Paul Epps,
has enrolled twenty-six members.
The officers are as follows:
Senior Patrol Leader..Charlie Jiggetts
Junior Scout Master.... .Vifilbert Knight
’Troop Scribe ....Melvin Burt
Patrol Leaders ( Wilbert Knight
( 'dilliajn Davis
( Melvin Burt
Nine members of scout troop 101
went to Camp V/hispering Pines during
The most important thing that
this troop h^s done recently is the
collecting of scrap ana the help it
rendered in this capacity at the Vance
Theater a fev\f weeks ago.
Most of the scouts are first class
and are vjorking for merit badges. The
few that are still second class are
working with great anxiety for the
advancement -and honor of being first
The Henderson Institute Band
reorganized under the direction of Mr.
Louis Randolph Johnson shortly after
the school term began.
Memuers of the band are: Cookce
Bobbitt, Willie Whitfield, Walter
Jordan, Robert Gcott, Irene Hunt,
Hilda Thigpen, Edith Paschall, Ed^'^ard
uullock, Johnnye M-.e Taylor and James
Foster playing trumpets,
Hfiyw'ood Vdlker, Eva Mae Green,
Junius Crews, Marcia Y'.argin, Doris
Thorpe, John Williams, John T. Crews,
and Matthew Lurhan, clarinets and
Calvin Harris, Lavvrence McDougle,
Annie belle.- Stegall, "'addtll Avery and
Samuel Burt, Percussions,
They aro now v/orking on a program
vjhich is to be prt;sented in the
auditorium soon. May a successful year
With the help of their advisor,
Mr. J. W. V.arren, Jr., the Henderson
■Chapter of New Farmers of ilmerica
completed the election of officers for
the year 1942-43 on Wednesday, October
7. On Friday the newly elected
officers w9re installed ruing assembly
by the principal, llr. 0. T. Robinson,
The officers are: President,
James Greene, Vice-President, S;imuel
Floyd; Secretary, Clarence Hargrovv:;;
Treasurer, Melvin Turner; Reporter,
Cookee Bobbitt; Parliaiaentarian,
During the time of war their work
is very important.
The Youth Council
The Youth Council, a division of
the N.A. A. C; P,,-sponsored by x^ss
C. A. Terrell has as its officers for
this year the following;
PrtsiUtnt, Charlie Jiggetts;
S-.cretary, Arcelia bryant; Treasurer,
In Octobi^r the twenty—third, the
council gave a Very good xNegro Poetry
Program in assembly. Those displaying