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Nov. 9, 1942, edition 1 /
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WE.STILL DON'T HAVE A NAME
I Maybe it’s because the staff
i wants this paper to be the best
1 Gardner-3/Tebb has ever had but we
I couldn't decide on a name before
i this issue. Yes, there were some
j very good ones submitted but somd
^ how they didn't measiare’up to ou:e
i expectations* We've decided thait
: there wasn't enough time for you ■
to get a "headache of a brainstorm”
so the little box is back under ,
the bulletin board.
The last paper gotten out by
the college v/as "The Piedmont pi
per"--we didn»'t want to use that
again because, confidentially, we
didn't get the point. Before that
the paper was knovm as the "Kal-
arathea" which was a 'combination
of the tv7o literai*y socities.
However, the A, R,*s say that thpr(3
is more of the K, L. name to it, !
than the Athenian, In other vrords
vre've got to have a completely i
nevf name. It would be nice to ■ i
tie it up some v/ay with the school
song if you can figure hov;. At j
I any rate v/e need some help, i
After all this paper belongs f,o
every one in the college. Maybe!
you haven't \7ritten an article !'
but that isn’t important. The’ ;
purpose of the paper is to let ?
our interested friends on the out
side knov/ what we*re doing as y/ell
as inform you. They consider yoti
a part of Gardner-Webb so if the?
paper isn't good its a reflection
on you as^well^a^^ staff,
"When a boy calls a girl "sugar *
^now, it means she is hard to get,'"
our E, B* Hamrick building is!
rapidly nearing completion, and ! |
the students are becoming very | j
interested in the larger white, | i
well-lighted auditoriiAm, v/ith itjs
rows of double windovfs and ceil
ing lights. Especially do they ;
note the projection booth and the
gold eagle above the stage, and'
this T/eek the object of their
admiration has been the nexr opera
seats. Five hundred and four
leather cushioned, very spacious
seats vrere installed the v/eek-end
of October 31 by C, B, Darnell,
of the Irving Seating Company,
Grand Rapids, Michigan, Incident
ally, these \7ere the last leather-
cushioned seats available in the
United States, The seats cost
^6,85 apeice, which made the to
tal $3452,45, $10,000 of which ;
vras donated by the Dover Mills,!
The windows will soon be washed!
and the radiators installed, so'
it won't be.long before we will'
be able'to use our beautiful aud
"'The May to a Man's heart is;
through his stomach" and the Hoine
Ec girls have been very busy
learning the vray to his stomachi
lately. They have cooked two com
plete breakfasts so far—one with
a hot bread, and the girls all '
say that the best part is in eat
ing what they've cooked. Miss
Hill gave demonstrations last weel;
on making hot breads and cooked
muffins, drop biscuits with var
iations, and rolled biscioits.
Next, the girls'plan to cook and
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