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MUSIC DEPT. OF
G. H. S. ANNOUNCES
PROGRAM FOR YEAR
The Orchestra and Glee Clubs
Are to Give Concerts in
“MIKADO’^ OPERA CHOSEN
Contest to Be Given For the Benefit of
Empty Stocking Fund—Working on
Music For State Contest
The following program has been
planned for fhe music deparfment of
fhe high school fhis year. “Other plans
will be made,” says Mr. Miller, head of
fhe departmenf, “bnt fhese have already
The Glee Club and mixed chorus are
fo broadcast some time in the next two
weeks. The date is not certain. Sev
eral contests have been planned at the
Country Club, Sedgefield and one at the
Carolina Theater for the benefit of the
Empty Stocking Fund.
During the first part of April the
orchestra will give a concert for the
Several towns, including Charlotte,
High Point, Asheboro, and Guilford
College, have requested that the Glee
Club and orchestra give evening pro
grams at each place.
Plans for a musical revue to be given
at the end of the semester are now
being worked on.
As the usual annual opera of the
high school, “Mikado,” by Gilbert and
Sullivan, has been chosen by the de
partment. The opera of last year, “Pi
rates of Penzance,” was by the same
composer, but “Mikado” is more spec
tacular and more interesting from sev
Work is now under way on the mu
sic for the annual music contest to be
held the first of April and for the Na
tional Music Week coming the first of
Greensboro is taking part in these
state contests this years as they have
in previous. years.
SCHOOL BOARD OBTAINS
NEW PROPERTY SITES
Plants Will Be Second to None in N,
C. and Among Best
Proper steps are now being taken to
complete all legal transactions prior
to the taking over by the Board of Edu
cation the two tracts of land decided
upon for school sites, known as the
Scales tract and the Bergman-Glendale
property. Condemnation proceedings
and other legal barriers are rapidly
being cleared away so that the actual
work may begin.
The Associated Architects, of this
city, headed by Charles Hartman, have
been retained, and engineers are exam
ining the tracts to facilitate the final
preparation of the blus-prints. It is
understood that the new plants will be
second to none in North Carolina and
maong the very best in the South.
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Long or Short Pants
Edward Spafford, commander of the
American Legion, concluded his address
in the Tro Cadero before a great gath
ering of French and Americans. His
address was finished with the follow
“Homines, femmes et enfants de
France, n’oblez pas chaque membre de
la legion Americains, ici present, rem-
portera dux Etats’ Unis votre message
d’affection d’amite et d’admiration.
Je dois vous assurer que ces sentiments
sont mutuels. Nous hanonons vos
h’eros morts pour la Patrii; nous sym-
pathisons avec veuves et nos orpheliuo
et nous tendons la main en bon came-
rades a’ vos mutiles en re-pe’tant que
nous vous ai’mons tons.”
Before leaving France the American
Legion chose as their mascot a blonde
girl seven years old (Americans prove
that gentlemen prefer blondes). They
had her dressed in white. Mr. Spafford
took the little girl in his arms, sat on
stage and sang in an amusing tone the
celebrated song, “Nous autres Ameri
I’aris made great preparations to re
ceive the American Legion which held
its national meeting there in Septem
ber. General Pershing, Le Chef, was
to head the processions. The avenue
Des Champs-SIysees was decorated on
either side with cleverly arranged elec
tric lights and great garlands of flow
ers. Official delegations were stationed
at La Place de la Concorde. The mer
chants announced that their stores
would close during the parade-—also
that they would make special reduction
on their merchandise for members of
the legion as well as their wives. The
cabarets in Montmartre put on their
most attractive and alluring programs.
All in all, all of Paris tnrned out to
give most cordial greetings to the
Translated From Les Nouvelles
Les petits rnisseaux font les grandes
Une fois n’est pas cautume.
Fel qui tit vendredi, dimonches pleuera.
La parole a ’ete’ donnie a rhomme pour
de’sguiser sa pensie.
La parole est d’argent, le silence est d’or.
DID THE CATS GET YOU?
“Did you ever hear of the Wild Cats
and the Bear Cats?”
“I declare some of them look like
Wild Cats and Bear Cats when they
approach you and ask you if you will
Have you seen the cute little cats in
Miss Sumner’s room?”
“I am afraid they will slide down
the pole, aren’t you?”
“There comes one of them now. Let’s
go into this room.”
This isn’t a fight but only the enthu
siastic work of the campaigners in get
ting subscriptions for the junior class.
C. H. Me H M I o f * T. P FI s. ^ M n rs.
Ellis, Stone Company
Greensboro’s Best Store
High School Girls
-for silver pencils
-for fountain pens
-for gifts of silver or of
—for watch repairing
180 S. Elm St.
Amundsen — Roald Amundsen—
My Life as an Explorer.
Dingle—The Flying Kestrel.
Furman—The Lonesome Road.
Hagedorn—Roosevelt in the Bad
Seitz—Paid Jones—His Exploits
in English Seas.
Smith—leate Douglas Wiggin as
Her Sister Knew Her.
Thomas—Boys’ Life of Colonel
STATE P.TA HOLDS
Held in Charlotte—Resolution
of Proposed Federal Dept, of
Education Is Adopted
STRESS ON LEADERSHIP
The State Parent-Teacher Associa
tion held its annual convention at Char
lotte November 7-11.
The principal among the resolutions
adopted was one endorsing the effort
to secure knowledge of the conditions
of the working women in North Caro
lina through a survey made by an im
partial agency. Others considered of
major importance were those endors
ing the proposed Federal Department of
Education and another approving the
Sheppard-Towner maternity bill.
The congress indorses emphasis on
the development of leaders in Parent-
Teacher Association wok. This is done
by a study of the A B C’s of organiza
tion work, through the development
of local study group, and establishment
of credit courses in higher institutions
of leaning. The object of the associa
tion is “to study and improve condi
tions affecting child life,” to promote
the interest of health, education, recrea
tion and labor for all children in North
Caolina. Other resolutions w’ere made
The annual convention next year will
be held in Raleigh, that city’s invita
tion having been accepted by a board
of managers at a recent meeting.
Mary Lynn Carlson, a student at
Sweet Brier, is spending several days
in the city.
Greensboro College is a mem
ber of the Association of Col
leges and Secondary Schools of
the Southern States.
Chartered 1838. Confers the
degree of A. B. in the literary
department and B. M. in the
In addition to the regular
classical course, special atten
tion is called to the depart
ments of Home Economics, Ex
pression, Art, including Indus
trial and Commercial Art,
Education, Sunday School
Teacher Training, Piano Peda
gogy, and to the complete
School of Music.
For further information apply to
SAMUEL B. TURRENTINE
Green SBOEo, N. C.
The students of Greensboro High
are lucky in having such a cafeteria.
Mrs. Comer says that the cafeteria is
far better this year than ever before,
and that she is greatly pleased with
There are three 50-minute periods to
accommodate the five hundred students
that eat lunch at the cafeteria each
day. There are an average of one hun
dred and fifty pupils each period. “The
food is served, dishes washed, and cafe
teria prepared for the next period in
these fifty minutes. With the aid of
the many student that work in the
cafeteria, this is made possible,” says
Mrs. Comer also stated that she is
very much pleased with the behavior
of the students while at lunch. Every
one has learned to wait in line for his
turn to be served. Everyone that eats
at the cafeteria expressed himself as
being pleased with the food served.
ZIEGFELD—VIA G. H. S.
Come one! Come all! The best revue
of the year, “Purple and Gold of 1928”
•—supervised by the music department.
H. G. Miller is the official director, and
J. H. Johnson is assistant director.
This revue will be conducted and
carried out precisely as the big, north
ern musical revuse—it’s sure to be the
“knock-out” of the season. Dancing
girls, solo dancers, black-faced comedi
ans, skits, burlesques, individual solos,
pantomimes, and a “red hot” jazz orch
estra, with comedy and romance
throughout the entire show.
This peppy bunch is sure to provide
us with plenty of entertainment. The
show is already making steady prog
ress. The girls’ chorus is being
“whipped, into shape” with much speed.
“Pep and Go” is their slogan. Several
comedian parts have been decided upon
The revue will probably be given
about two weeks after Christmas.
Save your “gum” money, gai
let’s see what they have for us!
Miniatures Portraits Framing
The Flynt Studio
H. A. Flynt, Photographer
Greensboro, N. C.
The Book Shop
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110 South Greene Street
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McCULLOCH ^ SWAIN
P. O. Box 1193 Phone 2348-J
Corner Asheboro and Trinity
November 18, 1927
AT EARL HALL, N. Y.
“Fixin’s,” “Lighted Candles,”
and Other Plays to Be
PLAYMAKERS GET PRAISE
Organization Has Produced 50 Plays By
33 Different Authors; Made 25 Tours
Through N. C. and Other States
The Carolina Playmakers, well
known dramatic organization of the
University of North Carolina, will pre
sent four of their own folk-plays at
Earl Hall, Columbia University, No
vember 18 and 19.
The bill consists of the following
plays: “The Sculfletown Outlaws,” a
drama of the Lowrie Gang, by William
Norment Cox; “Fixin’s,” a tragedy of
a tenant farm woman, by Paul Green;
“Lighted Candles,” a mountain tragedy,
by Margaret Bland; “On Dixon’s
Porch,” a comedy of a country court
ship, by Wilbur Stout.
The Carolina Playmakers were found
ed in 1918, and haye won the praise
of audiences wherever they have toured
and of critics throughout the country.
They have produced 50 plays by 33
authors. They have made 25 tours,
throughout North Carolina, and in sev
eral neighboring states.
Ask Dad to see
the Pilot Agent
and find out what
the plan is.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
A. W. McAlister, President
We Have All
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