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Henry Ignore is cutting hard with his
girl friends, such t-.s Lva .-he Green,
We hope ht- won't be left out in the
cold as h-^ was last year.
It's sumi;thiiig smothering that G.
Pratt and George Stegall are not
tr^iing to set the wdrla on fire, but
only trying to start a fire burning
in each other's hearts. W'hat do you
hive to say about this Jiggetts?
LliHLRS .tS a COnT By Hobena Daniels
By Gv/ondetta Pratt
/-/'a-, Hardy and W. T. Davis really
knov\( what the-y w-ant? Me think th&y do,
Jean v/as mere than surprised to find
that she h-ad something to worry about—
coAipctition with M. T. Davis. Vi/ho?
Gladys Bullock, of course.
-ilfred Patrick sleeps so much until we
wonaer if he is sleeping his blues away
over Nancy Gibson or Evelyn Bobbitt,
Play children are nuirierous this year
and Charlie ^Businessiaan) Jiggetts is
getting rid of a few of his by giving
thorn permission to roarry,
"Old lovo nevor dies", says John T,
Brown and Juanita Twitty, .-ilso Thurston
Floyd and Lucy Liiller.
Lhat sort of game is gl.uaour boy, David
rifirmon, playing with the girls this year?
To h.ar him toll it, they all have him
wron(_,, Lhen 'v/ill he mike his .mind up?
One of our new boys, Itufus Hill is
fitting right into the picture with
H(;len Bobbitt, or is he, Helen?
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'Who is the luckj;- girl, Claude Epps?
Lid someone say Dorothy Burton, or
larifc Jonas? Where does George Harjuen
fit? OhI Be is annie bell Brane's,
Wh'-.t happened to Minnie Tolliver? Has
■■>hu faded out of the picture vith Henry
loore and let others take her place, such
is Beatrice Davis, or is she still
Allaying it cool v;ith both Joore and King
iildred otrider lias fallen so-o-o-o-o- 0
deeply in love with Robert (Tcaylor)
]cott until she can't help it..,the case
Did you ever realize before that
some people treat manners as they would
a nev.r cocat? .iaybe a girl or boy gets a
new coat which they only wear on special
occasions such as: teas, oarties,
receptions, etc. Well, some people think
of .mariners in the. s.ame way and use good
jiUinners only on special occasions. It
is just as bad to have "company manners"
as it is to have none --.t all.
Manners should be to everyone as
natural as breathing and as habitual
at home and school as .-'.t a r';ception
or coming-out party.
In Considering manners carefully,
we find that school is the place
where most of our time is spent;
therefore, school is the place to prac
tice good manners toward schcoLmates and
teachers. If practiced daily, they
v/.'.ll become as nc:.tural as breathing.
If this happens, there won't be so
many girls and boys saying, "I don't
want to go to th. t party you have to
ast too sophistic-ted." "These boys
and girls are altogether wrong. They
think of manners as being sophisticated
for one reason, because they only use
it on spt.cial occasions but if it were
something they aid naturally, they would
be only too gla.d to j_,o,
lianners is the thing, that makes-
you vdi..t-j^ou are and causes people to
Be attracted to you. If pnly for this
recason, everyone should want good
Get the ne-xt issue of this paper
and find out some more of the points
in good luanners. I'm sure you don't
want to be referred to as having "coiipany"
m-anners". This column, "Sociaj. Beh-avicr"
Vifill bring you the accepted conduct in
the home, church, school aiid other public
THE BEAUTlES OF F..LL By Bernice Wright
Perhaps everyone has a favorite
seasc-n of the year. One of the most
beautiful seasons of the year is fall.
In fall, when Jack frost comes and goes
lenderson. ivho is going to be your pick, his white frosty tr-ail behind
Louise'? him, the earth is then a beautiful
the William's-Williri,ri T.aylor and l-illiam
auinitchette ,are crazy over Louise
scene. The trees, ;vith its j-uany color-
a^Bce is being talked about aLnost as iauch"^^^ leaves; such ,;s, gold, yellow,
as war, and Lonie Peace says her time will^^'l^^*''^? 'Lih many other
come to be a "glamour girl",yet.
colors, are hard to de-scribe. Those
trees, minglc.ri \'ith tlie trees th-.t stay