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High life. volume (None) 192?-19??, October 07, 1938, Image 4

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') r-'.X, -O- Page Four HIGH LIFE October 7, 1938 KNEECrS HOME ROOM SCORES 1ST IN DRIVE Burnsides Comes in Second; Awards to Be Given Next Week. Miss Kneece’s home room, 306, under the leadership of President Daphne Lewis, topped the other P.-T. A. cam paigners with 66 memberships, winning first prize, a theatre partj- at the Caro lina. Miss Burnside’s home room, 23, fol lowed closely in second place with 62 memberships, and will be rewarded with tickets to the National theatre, instead of the previously announced popsicle party. Room 311, which received 42 memberships and third place, will be given a popsicle party by the P.-T. A. A total of 679 paid memberships were brought in, making an amount of $169.75. Compliments of Reich Funeral Home Ambulance Service DIAL 7115 We Have the Loveliest Sweaters in Town and we want yon to see them AT The Bon-Ton Shoppe 111 W. Market St. Catherine Denny 1 FRIDAY-SATTJRDAY Preston Poster, Sally Ellers —in— “EVERYBODY’S DOING MOND A Y-TLTE SD A Y Janette McDonald, Nelson Eddy —In— “THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST” r STATE -1? Dial 5924 Gay Young” Clothes for All Occasions NEWS! See our New Junior-deb for- mals—our Hollywood Sports wear — And you’ll love our “date” dresses, they’re breath taking ! P.S. and what's more the prices are “right” ! •**••••« I f • i i >i t i i I Completely Equipped ELGIN BIKES $29.98 $4 Down 5 Months . SEARS Roebuck and Go. 108 S. Elm St. HODGIN TRIUMPHS IN RUN-OFF FRIDAY Defeats Clarice Crutchfield to Be Semester III Representative. In the run-off held Friday by semes ter HI to determine its council rep resentative, Bill Hodgin won a close victory over Clarice Crutchfield. Be cause of a tie in the votes in the elec tion held the week before, a run-off be tween the two candidates was neces sary. The other officers of semester III are Tom Carpenter, president; Bill Brinklej", vice-president; and Diane Page, secretary. All of these officers ^tnniiiiiiiininninNiiiiMiiiiiiiiiinniiininnniiiiniiiinMiiuinnniNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiunniuiiiiiuiii mi: = unniiMiiiminiuiinniUNiinniiiinniinnniiiiuiinitiiiiiiiiiimiiiiinitiimiiniinnnniiiiiiiititiiig s If Compliments || I KRESS I = 3 mmiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmnMmuiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniMHniiiiimimmmnmnimimiitn s nut.iimiiimmmmmiiiitiiiiiiiimiitnnniiiiiiiiiiitiMiiitmimiininititiiniiiMiiniiiHMiJiiiiuniiiiiiiR 1 GREENSBORO FABRIC SHOP invites you to join the hundreds who are finding such savings in a smart selection of Silks, Woolens, Velvets, Satins, Taffetas, Linens, Cottons. We save you at least one-half. Greensboro Fabric Shop 125 W. Market St. “Sai'int/ Paj/s Smart Dividends'’ .PEf?FECTv REP Discount to All Students Mush Fein’s Jewelry Co. Next to National Theater See the Smart COATS AND DRESSES for the High School Girl AT Greensboro’s Best Store” are well qualified for these positions because of their fine records at other schools. Here ore features you find incorporated only in higher priced radio. 1. "r^lRACLE TOME CHAMBEr' 2. Americdn Sroadcdsis and Police Calls 3. Elecfro-Dynomic Speaker 4. Aulomafic Overload Control 5. Built -in Antenna 6. Gemloid Dial 7. Attractive Walnut Bakelite Cabinet gRmer^otK Teltvisian V Complete Stock 1939 EMERSON and ZENITH RADIOS Open An Account With utHiitniRiitiiinniiiiiiiiiniiiNiittiiiitiiiiiniinnitiiniiniininimminniiiiiiintiiriimiininitititinttiii! 11 HEAD OF THE CLASS || II In Correct Dress |i II JOHNSON-CORNATZER II II and AULBERT || if 227 B. South Elm || 13 liiiitiiitittnnMilinmimmmminnniiiifiiinninnntittiiiiiiitnininiiiintiiiiiniilHnniiiimmn = ntii.nHnniuitMiMininnnitiiiiiiiiiiiniHinumiiiiiinniHniimiitmnHinHiiimmiinntiiiutminiiiuE Modern Charm Beauty Shop We Specialize in Styles for School Girls 331 Tate St. Dial 6526 Greetings MANUEL’S RESTAURANT ‘We Serve the Very Best 99 Ask Your Grocer for u/m THIN SLICED BREAD DOROTHY BALSLEY Prize-Winning Ad No. 1 ^5^ For forty-five years brides have cherished their engage ment and tvedding rings from Schiffman’s. For forty- five years gracious hostesses have been proud of their silver and china from Schiffman’s. As the community has grown, so has Schiffman’s. Today one can find practically any precious stone, metal, or china found in any store in America. For generations the patrons of Schiffman’s will love the finer things purchased today. pa. chiffmans LEADING JEWELERS SINCE 1893 Professor Meyer's llassrooni Cutups”! Matili-Maties me hearties! to make your every- day life more winsome! Sweaters Skirts 2-98 3.98 Soft wools for skirts and sweaters . . . dyed together to assure perfect matches ! Gor geous colors to make you pret tier than ever! Sandringham blue, powder blue, cherry red, brown or rust! Sweaters with boat necks, wide ribbed waist bands . . . and smart push-up sleeves. Full, flared 6-gore skirts ! Your perfect school outfit! And you can mix ’’em or match ’em! 12 to 2,0 sizes. Top it with a Tweed Jacket guaranteed to add color to school days! 5 .98 Wear one and you can shrug a haughty shoulder . . . because YOU KNOW YOU LOOK “SWELL”! Two-button styles of bright tweeds and plaids . . . notched lapels . . . patch pockets . . . high shoulders . . . and tiny nipped-in waists! Sizes 12 to 20.

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