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on a haslc training plane In one hour.
fSO nUnutgi on the field,
| ' Westover Terrace
IOU ABE WELCOME TO
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ROYAL PALM'S CAFE
Home Cooked Mcill
11 E. Moriel BL Ortenthoro. N. C.
' Mr. Md Mr*. Benncr. Prop*.
Clothing and Tailoring
Suits, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Shoes,
" r-4.?U?I..e .nd
Other Wearing Apparels.
814 E. MARKET ST.
Creensboro, N. C.
Step Out In Style In the
WITH BARGAINS FROM
Men's Unredeemed Suits,
$4.95 Up ;
JUST RECEIVED FOR EASTER
" 1 Pants In All Colors
Men's Hats, All Colors
/ tWe also have a large selection of
Shirts, Delta, Suspenders, Ties,
Ilniiorapur Kru'Uc unrl nthpr llnm<t
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MONEY TO LOAN
ON ANYTHING OF VALUE
If You Need Money for Easter
- Opp tanr Cotton juotel
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Funeral servlcoi. were held at
Hntwn'K Funeral home Friday, March
27, for Mr*. Luc lie Solomon, age 30,
who died at her homo, 710 Juliuson
street, Tuesday, Murrh 24. Services
were conducted liy Ilev. Tlieodore
Headen. Hurlal followed In Maplewood
The funeral services for Mr. Will
Home were held Thursday. March 2fl.
at McRee, S. O. Survivor, wife, Mrs.
STORK HOI KS SET
REIDSVII.LK. Mnrcli 27.?Ueldsvllle
grocery store operators have announced
n new opening and closing
schedule to go >ft?? effect Monday.
The move was requested by the local
retail clerks' union and the grocers
voted nnaulmously In'lts favor. Jxxal
grocery stores will open at .8 a. m.
and close at 6 p. in. every day except
Friday and Saturday. Friday cloetng
hour will be 0:30 p. tu. and Saturday
closing hours 8 p. m. Wednesday afternoon
holidays will lie discontinued.
The nation's entire capacity for
production'of cotton duck will be devoted
to , military use. Cotton duck,
also called canvaR. la used, for tent*,
leggings, canteen bags, hammocks
and barrack bags In the navy, tarpaulins
for army trucks, gas masks,
stretchers, folding cots. etc.
"Cleopatra's Needles" are Egyptian
obelisks, one of which is In New York
and another in London.
Easter Greetings To All
Yea Win E?*ay ike * ,
Special Easter Dinner ? (
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Hats Cleaned & Blocked
we make 'EM LOOK LIKE NEW',
K lUfc DIS It. It Mart B? Otrt ?.
BOB'S PLACE %
(H Eiatrll Flic* Grttaubr*. N. C
We Call for aod Del iter
Shoffner's Tailor Shop
m E. Market' Street ' "
Gree a? be re. N. C.
Full line of Men's Suits,
Shoes, Sports Coats and
Slacks, Ladies' Coats,
Dresses, Skirts and Hats.
Use our Budget system
and pay as you can.'
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Naur OjMrelcd By JjJ
Coble Sporting Good*
344 S. ElmSOV Orao&b^M?)
FUTURE OUTLOOK. GREENSBORO, ?
The Negro: Music
The Negro Ik often referred to a? c
l-eging the happiest group of people g
In Aiueiirii?tblK In spite of the trials j
of "slavery arid Che handicap of eimu- 0
Ing prejudice. The Negro also lins c
been acclaimed the only American u
group to have bl folk song?(he splrl- j
tual (a the only true folk music of the i
North American continent. Perhaps
there Is some definite relation be- t
twsen the two. .
Muglc is h release for pent-up emo- <
tlon?anger, love, fear, trouble. It has ]
been counted as one of the beat methods.
of morale building. In the past
It lias shown such adaptability It
must bold potentialities for use In the
present situation. ' k
A. newsreel hot long ago showed a
sequence of the 41st Engineers at
Fort J Ira Eg inarching?they were
singing "Bulge u Ruckus Tonight-"
Singing seemed to relieve the tediuim
of the'long hours on the march. The
rhythm helps tbein to keep step. Singing
spirituals' together develop* a
comradeship that nothing else can
give those boys?they sing songs of
their people?songs that come from
their heart?songg no one can take
away or imitate.
More abstract instance of the aid of
music In the present situation is In
the appreciation of the classics?
Bach, Reethove.ii. Brahms. It Is easy
to soy that such music is high-toned,
hard to understand, but' an hour of
listening to a good symphony orchestra
under the proper quiet conditions
can do more for the elevation of the
soul than many of the other pusttimes
In which we Indulge.
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Choral organization* provide a rhythms
mlty of Interest for groups and a Yea, t
irldc In accomplishment. Cliurch for ||ie
hoirs, high school glee clubs and 0f aires
uch organization* uh the tireeusboro turned t
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uenl within themselves.
I'opular song* provide pure recren- l(
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