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May 4, 1928
REV. WOODCOCK AND
REV. SMITH SPEAK TO
STUDENTS OF G. B. S.
A. P. Routh Explains Cap
Which Track Team Won at
HOMESPUN CUP SHOWN
Rev. Smith Introduced by Rev.
Thompson, of Vv est Market
Rev. Wilson Woodcock spoke to the
sophomores in chapel on Tuesday, April
24. The theme of his speech was taken
from a well known fairy story and it
concerned “finding the magic pebble,”
which he declared would change the
entire being of our life if found. “Do
not spend all your time searching for
the pebble, however,” said ilr. Wood
Ih'eceding Rev. Woodcock's talk A. P.
Routh presented the cup which the
track team had won at Chapel Hill last
Saturday, April 21. The cup which
Homespun won for excellence in .iour-
nalism at the University of Xorth
Carolina was also shown.
On Wednesday, April 24, at chapel
period. Rev. C. W. Smith spoke to an
audience of freshmen on “Success.”
Rev. Smith is now conducting a series
of revival meetings at West Market
M. E. church. He is pastor of one of
the Durham churches. Rev. Smith was
introduced by Rev. L. D. Thompson, of
West Market church. Rev. Smith's
home is in Baltimore.
MISS MITCHELL’S FRENCH
CLASS GIVES “COSETTE”
Miss Hunter and Members of
French 4 Class Were the
CHANGE CHARACTERS WITH SCENE
“Cosette,” based on Victor Hugo's
“Les Miserables,” was dramatized by
the second period French 3 class of
Miss Estelle Mitchell. It was pre
sented on Monday, April IG, in Room 5.
Miss Zelian Hunter and her French 4
class were the only guests.
Miss Mitchell's students have been
studying “Cosette” for this semester.
After the book was completed, the
story was divided into acts and scenes.
All the pupils were requested to write
the parts assigned to them. The char
acters were represented by different
students for each scene. This was
their test for the six weeks on “Co
“I was very well pleased with the
way the play was presented. There
were many faults, hut as there were
not many practices, I would say it
went off all right,” said Miss Miteheil.
For the second month of the spring
semester an increase of the number of
honor roll students was evident. The
students wearing stars for this month
Mary Omolmndro, Alia Ross, J. D.
McNairy, Sadie Sharpe, Joe Hendricks,
Romeo LeForte, El vie Hope, Doris
Hogan, Katherine Nowell, Elizabeth
Boyst, Eugenia Isler.
Ruth Long, Bill Byers, Margaret
Sockwell, Frank Nicholson, Annie
Cagle, Ivie Groome, Clyde Norcoin,
Mary Hoyle, Helen Davis, Dixon
Thacker, Henry yVeiland, Carl Jones,
Harold Cone, Lucy Crocker, Margaret
Murchison, Treva Williams, Douglas
Cartland, Elizabeth Ayres, Dorothy
Burnsides, Margaret Kernodle, Colum
bia Gaither, Annie Laurie Felder, Kate
Wilkins, James Strickland, Elizabeth
Sockwell, I^elia George Cram, Bernice
Love, Margnerita Aham, Billy Edger-
ton, Grances Grantham, Foy Gaskins,
Mamie L. Parsons, Edwin Holt, Clary
Holt, Rigdon Dees, Alma Sneed, Ella
Harry Brice, I^ynette 'Williams, Lo-
rene Coffey, Ruth Jones, Eloise Jones,
John Knight, Joe Knight, Karl Cregloe,
Evelyn KnovTes, Martha Shuford, Ber
nard Jenkins, Bessie Tate, Christine
Shepard, Marjorie Boone, Hardy Root,
Neil Jennings, Katherine 'Welsh, Lncile
McClnng, Mary Scott Jones, Frances
Kernodle, Jane Carlton, Elizabeth W^il-
liains, Cristo Lane Fogle, Paul Oliver,
Gray Kernodle, Harry Donnell, Mar
jorie Barker, ^Villiam Yenning, Clay
ton Snead, David Morah, Elizabeth
Bnham, Margaret Banks, Patsy Ingram,
Roy Kicks, Jean Shaw, Mary Green,
Evelyn Garrett, Edwin Garrett, Mar
garet Johnson, Katherine Maddox, John
Gunter, Margaret 'White, 'Wyatt Mc
Nairy, Marshall Gardner, Dick Doug
las, James Stewart, Carlton Wilder,
Alma Nnssman, Nancee Hay, Elizabeth
Bray, Nell Bridgers, Carter Williams,
Edwinna Jones, Edith Jennings, Betty
Ann Combs, Carlton Greene, Margaret
Golden, Lorin Grubbs, Clara Apple-
white, IT-ances Garvey, Harold Steed,
Louise Reynolds, Esther Self, Elsie
Miller, Elizabeth Smith, Georgie Mc-
Corkle, Dorothy Phoenix, Gladys Bar
bee, Alene Brown, Lois Siler, Mary
Armfield, Brandou Cardie, Angela Pat
terson, Grace Flobbs.
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THE BOYS’ SHOP
LEILA GEORGE CRAM
RECHVES HONORS AT
I^eila George Cram, member of the
sophomore class, was presented with
an Eaglet badge at the fourth regional
convention of girl scouts, held in Win
ston, April 20 to 23.
During her entire school career Leila
George has proved an outstanding
pupil. She now Avears a silver star
and has been on the honor roll for
more than ten months. Last year she
was editor-in-chief of the freshman
issue of High Life, and this year has
also Avorked on the paper.
During the past year she has Avon
24 merit badges, and has been Amted
the best all-round scout of the Baptist
church troop. At the first daughter-
dad banquet, held Friday night, April
27, Leila George Avas appointed toast-
mistress. During this meeting she Avas
aAA-arded a medal for her stellar Avork
during the year. She had participated
in almost every branch of school ath
letics, and is a member of the Girls’
Monogram Club. She also Avears a
“G. N. C.”
TO 1928 GRADUATES
H. J. Pearce, president of Brenan
College, GainesAulle, Ga., in a recent
letter to C. 'W. Phillips, principal of
Greensboro High School, announced
that 12 scholarships to Brenan College,
valued at $1,000, or $250 each year,
Avonld be given to any 12 graduates of
1928 Avho make the highest grades in
tests on Mathematics, English, Latin,
and other subjects. These tests Avlil be
sent to principals of high schools.
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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
Greensboro, N. C.
Won 24 Merit Badges and Has
Been Voted Best All-Roiind
Scout in Past Year
WAS FRESHMAN EDITOR
Selected as Toastmistress at the First
Daughter-Dad Banquet Held
on April 27
Fourth School Month
F'irst teaching day, April 23.
Last teaching day, May IS.
Number teachings day, 20.
General teachers’ meeting. May 5.
Meeting Avith supervisors. May 12.
Principals and superintendent.
Principals’ Club, May 7.
Art Extension, city teachers,
Music extension, city teachers.
May 10, 20.
Fifth School Month
First teaching day. May 21.
I.ast teaching day, June 1.
Number teaching days, 10.
Total number teaching days in
STATE MUSIC WINNERS
GIVE CHAPEL PROGRAM
C. W. Phillips Explains Significance of
Various Cups Won in Music Con
test and in Other Ev^ents
Chapel programs for April 10-18
Avere chiefly devoted to music. Ou
3Iouday, April 10, the Girls’ Glee Club
gave seAmral selections that they had
giA’eii in the State Music Contest. On
Tuesday the boys, accompanied by
Helena Troxell at the piano, gUA’e a
The remainder of each of the days
Avas taken up in nominating candidates
for presiediit of the tAvo Athletic Asso
On all three days C. ''V. Phillips,
principal, explained the significance of
the Amrions cups Avon iu the muisc con
test, as Avell as several other coutesis
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Professor Peel, of Guilford Col
lege, Praises Both High
Life and* Homespun
ASKS FOR RECENT COPIES
Highly pleasing to the staff were the
compliments paid to both High Life
and Homespun by Professor HoAvard
Peel, of Guilford College. On Tuesday,
April 24, Mr. Peel visited the publica
tion room seeking copies of the maga
zine and paper.
An anxious ncAvs-gatherer Avas able
to ansAver his nnineroiis questions con
cerning the publications (and thereby
gain a hit of iieAvs).
Mr. Peel declared he had heard of a
number of tributes paid the periodicals,
and he desired to read both and judge
He commended Homespun for its ac
complishments and steady groAvth and
Avas not sparing in praise of the paper.
He especially AAmnted to knoAV hoAv
High I^ife Avas managed and some
thing of its record. He Avas supplied
Avith all the desired iiifoiTiiation and
departed Avith the most recent issues of
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