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Greensboro Plays Host
To District Convention
H. S. Teachers Get Large
Percent of Department
Plans were drawn up last week for
the annual convention of the North
western District of the N. 0. E. A., at a
conference called by T. H. Cash, presi
dent of the district. The convention
is scheduled to meet at Senior High
at 10 o’clock, on Friday, October 20.
This will be the first time in six years
that the meeting has been held at
G. H. S.
Large Percent of Officers from G.H.S.
Over 50 per cent of the department
heads of the group are from Greens
boro. These include: ^
I Art, Miss Ann L. Myrick; business
education. Miss Virginia Cohoon; class
room teachers. Miss Mary Morrow;
dramatic art teachers. Miss Anne Krei-
meier; English, Miss Cathleen Pike;
home economics. Miss Helen Strick
land ; music, Herbert Hazelman ; school
librarian. Miss Sidney Holmes; science,
Mrs. Nellie K. Blackburn; social
science. Miss Mary Ellen Blackman.
The convention will open at 10
o'clock, and will close with the evening
meeting. At 2 o’clock and at 3 o’clock,
there will also be various meetings.
KNEECE EXPLAINS GOALS
SET BY RADIO COUNCIL
To insure a more worthy use of the
radio in the Greensboro schools, the
newly elected city-wide radio council,
headed by Miss Eunice Kneece, has set
up three goals for the school year.
They are: To accept radio as an edu
cational tool in the different class
rooms. (2j To impart information of
educational programs and to raise
standards of the appreciation of radio
broadcasts. (3) To cooperate with the
parents in the matter of the pupils’
The executive committee of the radio
council consists of the following: Mr.
Ben L. Smith, ex-officio chairman ; Miss
Eunice Kneece, director of city radio
activities in the schools; Miss Pike,
Miss Eula Tuttle, Miss Florence Pan-
nil, and Mr. W. B. Aycock, public rela
Three Clubs Organized
Up to this time three clubs have been
formed. The radio workshop, which
will study technical and practical
phases of radio production; the radio
appreciation club, which will acquaint
the students of better radio programs,
and will raise the level of radio appre
ciation ; and last, the Radio club.
Through these clubs, it is hoped that
the pupils will discern the differences
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-Barium Springs, here.
-High Point, there.
NEW GUIDANCE PERIOD
Executive Committee Organize to Aid
in Carrying Out Aims.
A new period in guidance, given by
Miss Harbison, for the benefit of
Greensboro high school students, was
announced yesterday in an interview
with her. The course, which will
be especially for seniors, will help
Students arrange their schedules to
meet the requirements of the college
they expect to attend or to prepare
themselves for the vocation they ex
pect to follow after graduation.
Bulletins, catalogues, and other data
from various southern colleges and uni
versities will be compiled for reference
work and other uses. Although no
other definite projects were announced,
plans are being made for several more
units along the same lines for sopho
mores and juniors.
between good and bad programs, and
assist Senior high school to promote
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PIKE WINS MEMBERSHIP
IN HONORARY SOCIETY
Membership in Kappa Delta Pi, an
honorary scholastic society, was given
to Miss Cathleen Pike this summer
while she was studying for her Mas
ter's degree at Peabody college for
Teachers, at Nashville, Tenn.
Miss Pike’s thesis on “O. Henry In
North Carolina,” received very high
commendation from her instructors.
Several of them expressed a belief that
the work should be published be
cause it contains a collected biography
from original sources of the noted short
stoiT writer, and it definitely settles
several debatable questions about the
life of O. Henry.
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We are sponsoring an advertising contest through your com
mercial department. There will be 16 contests throughout
the year, each concerning a point of our business, these points
to be announced later. You simply write a 10-inch ad about
one of the 16 points, and give your ad to the head of the com
mercial department, Mr. Richards. After each contest the
best ad, to be selected by Schiffman’s advertising department,
will be published in High Life. The writer of the ad will
receive a prize to be named later. At the end of the year a
grand prize will be awarded for the best ad of the year.
You may submit only one entry for each contest, but you may
enter any or every contest. Enter now.
September 23, 1938
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