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MAROON AND GOLD
February i6, 1923
, D^R. HEN.RY V. MURRAY
'i; ^ DfeNTIST
National Bank Building
p'fitCJNES: Office 604, Eesidence 769-W
■■ j: buhlington, n. c.
“HEURTS” DISCDSSEO IT Valemine Party Is
:.r i‘; Greensboro, N. C.
; College Store, Agents
SAY IT WITH FLOWEES”
THE y, W. C. II, lEllNG
Program for Eemainder of tlie Year Is
Announced, Together WltU
! DR. R- M. MORROW
, . Dentist
' BURLINGTON, N. C. -
Phone 65, Over City Drug Store
’ Greensboro, N. C.
Interesting Contests Feature of Oc
casion — Decorations Very
J. K. OZMENT
Fancy Groceries, Fine Candies
“The Corner Store”
BOSTON TAILORING CO.
Cleaning and Pressing
All Kinds of Alterations
Davis Street BurUngton, N. 0.
DR. L. M. FOUSHEE
Office Near Freeman Drug Co.
BUKLINGTON, N. C.
Jos. J. Stone & Co.
Engraved Calling Cards and
GREENSBORO, N. C.
lEAT AT THE
When in Greensboro
DR. J. H. BROOKS
Burlington, North Carolina
Apparel for Men and Women
WE INVITE YOUE INSPECTION
337 s. Elm St.
Greensboro, N. 0.
It Is a Pleasure for Us to Fit You
WE HAVE EVEEYTHING IN SHOES
BUT YOUE FEET
Burlington’s Shoe Store of
Bwlington - -
. . . . North Carolina
One of tlie most intercsfing and most
bcnutiful y. W. C. A. progTiims ot the
year was liekl last Sunday evening. Peb-
niary 11. in tliP girls' g.vmnaM)um, with
Miss IsabelU' Dixon as leader. The time
being so near St. Valentine's Day. the
topic chosen for tlie evening’s program
was ••Hearts." But the subject was
treated in a way Aery different from
which it is usually treated at a Valentine
Across the front of the room four hirge
rod hearts hearing the letters Y. M. C.
A. were suspended. The leader had pre
pared smaller white hearts on each of
which was written a Bible verse con
taining the word henrt. and which were
distril)ut'*d among those present at the
meeting by two girls who stood ot the
doorway and presented each member w'ith
a heart as she entered.
The program was opened wdth the
singing of the song. “Day is Dying in
the West.” followed by the song, “If
Your Heart Keeps Kight.” After the
songs. ]\Iiss Dixon read the Bible les
son for the evening, whicli consisted of
a number of liible verses containing the
word heart, and ^liss Victoria Adams
led the meeting in prayej'. T''his was fol
lowed up with a talk by the leader on
••Hearts.’' and a number of beautiful
and animated short talks on the same
subject by different Y. M. C. A. mem
The closing song of the evening’s pro
gram was “I'rue Hearted. Whole Heart
ed.” after the singing of which the lead
er pronounced the benediction.
The programs for the remaining part
of this college yeai* have already been
planned; and below is a list of the sub
jects to be discussed together with the
names of those who are to have charj
of the meetings:
Subject: “Blue Ridge Echoes. Repre
sentatives—Victoria Adams, Mary Gra
ham Lawrence, Chiyo Ito, Mildred Kirk
land, Pattie Coghill. Mrs. W. P. Law
World Fellowship Meeting —Woi'ld Fel
lowship committee, leaders.
Slides on Race Problem : Contrast of
Educational Advantages for the Negro
of Today with those of ten years ago—
Mrs. A. L. Hook. B^reda Dimmick, leaders.
Subject: “Jesus in the State”— Mar
garet Moring and Alma Smith, leaders.
Play: “fn His Steps.*’ Finance Com
mittee and P^xpression Pupils; Doctor
Anna T. Helfenstein, suiwrvisor. Silver
Easter Pageant—Religious Meetings
World Fellowship Meeting—Slides on
Subject: •'New Mercies’’—Mrs. R. S.
Rainey and Elise Caddell. leaders.
Subject : “Who’s Afraid?”—Kate
Strader and Irene Hill, leaders.
Subject: “Keeping Open House’’—
Alice Barrett and Rena Smithwick, lead
Subject: “Christian Kindness”—Rita
Rothgeh and Nannie Aldridge, leaders.
Youth calls out for the gaiety, fun
atul «:omi)anionship of youth. The rol
licking laughter and the happy spirit that
)>revailed Wednesday evening from 5:30
to 7:80 o'clock at a delightful valentine
l)arty showt'd clearly that this call of
youtii for youth had been heard aud
answered. After dinner, which was serv
ed at o’clock those who were to
act MS host and hostesses to the guests
at their res])i'ctive tables, by very ener
getic effort changed the college dininj
hall in West Dormitory into a beautiful
aud charming i)la;e, artistically decorat
'd with red hearts, cupid’s darts, etc.
At the riuging of the bell, the students
who had been enjoying a social hour in
the reception hall entered—rather, rush
ed in. eager for what was to follow. The
couples ei-e soon seated at the vario.us
tables, and the merriment began. Amus
ing. contests, games, jokes, etc., were en-
iiged in, music was rendered by Messrs.
Hatley, Everett and Miss Moffitt and
otliers, apples and candy kisses were
served as refreshments and unique prizes
were awarded to the winners of the
contests. The bell sounded for the eud
of the hour and every one went away
reluctantly but iu happy si>irits.
Many declared this the most delight
ful Valentine party they had ever at
tended and all must have felt that good
Saint Valentine himself would have
smiled on the scene. Much gratitude is
due those who worked so faithfully that
the students might have this enjoyable
Clothes for Men and Young Men
Suits $23.50 to $55.00
Fabric and Workmanship the Best
We Invite You
GREENSBORO, N. C.
When in Burlington
ENJOY YOUR MEALS AT THE
207 Main Street
See Us For Real Estate and Insurance
SYNOD BACKS APPEAL FOR
LENOIR COLLEGE FUNDS
Morgan Declares Lenoir College Is
“Standing on the Brink
(Special to Maroon aud Gold)
Hickory, N. C., February 12,—In a
striking appeal to the Lutheran people
of North Carolina to “give themselves
unstintedly” to the work of backing Le
noir College to the utmost, Dr. John L.
Morgan, president of the North Caro
lina Synod of the United Lutheran
Church, today fired the second big gun
of the campaign for enlargement of the
college’s activitie.s. The first was fired
by the Board of th^ College one week
ago when it announced that “because the
need of buildings is desiderate aud the
‘work of the college is suffering now for
want of proper buildings aud equipment,
it was decided to make an appeal this
spring for .$8.5(MX)0 for the needed ex
pansion of the institution.” of which
$.3W,(X)0 had been pledged as the gift
of Daniel E. Rhyne, w-ealthy cotton
mill owner of Lincolnton.
Miss Pauline Nelson, former violin
teacher here, w'ill visit Mrs. W. A. Har
per over Sunday. Miss Nelson is now'
teaching at Meretlith College, Raleigh,
READ YOUR COLLEGE PAPER
Misses, Maudes Sharp. Pearl Reynolds
and Eunice Rich w’ere here for the B.
0. 'B; banquet.
•Mr.; O'. -C.‘ Johnson, a former student
of ’24, Wfas on the HiU Sunday.
Mr. Frank Alteton from Pittsburg,
Peana.. is spending several days here
Messrs. “Footsie” Fesmire and “Coun
try” Garmon spent Sunday here.
Miss Della Cotten spent Monday night
at her home in Greensboro.
Miss Sarah Carter has returned from
a short visit to her home iu Henderson.
The many friends of Dr. J. U, New
man will be glad to hear that he if
rapidly recovering from an illness of
AND SBCURITY COMPANY
D. E. FONVILI.B
Manager losnranca Dep’t
0. 0. FOKVrtLE
Manager Beal Estate Dep’t
tl)e Drug ^torc ifirst''
We Have It, We’ll Get It, or It Ain’t to Be Had
€lon College 5^l)armacp
DEUGS STATIONEEY TOILET AETIOLES
HOT AND COLD DRINKS
TO THE PUBLIC—
I am pleased to announce that we do cleaning and
pressing as well as barber work.
Office Hours: 4-8 P. M. every day; 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. Saturday
SANITARY BARBER SHOP
We have purchased 122,000 pair
U. S. Army Munson -Isft shots,
sizes 5!/^ to 12, which was the en-
trie surplus stock of one of the
largest U. S. Government shoe
This shoe is guaranteed 100%
solid leather, color dark tan, bel
lows tongue, dirt and waterproof.
The actual value of this shoe is
$6.00. Owing to this tremendous
buy we can offer same to the pub
lic at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay post
man on delivery or send money
order. If shoes are not as rep
resented we will cheerfully refund
your money promptly upon re
National Bay State Shoe Co.
THE HOME OF
GOOD CLOTHES '
Burlington, North Carolina
Girls! Have you seen the “full
fashion” silk hose at the College
I ALAMANC[ LAUNDRY|
We Do It Better
WM. C. JEFFCOAT, D.C.. Ph.C.
Palmer School Qtaduate
Day. 10-12, 2-4; Nights, Tues., Thurs, 7*8
PHONES: Office, 680; Besidence. 7602
4th Floor, First National Bank Bldg.
Burlington, North Carolina
296 Broadway, New York, N. Y. College Store.
Bonnie-B hair nets and powder
pufis for the girls on sale at the
BURLINGTON, N. C.
A nice variety of “Durable Duf'
ham” Hose for both men ana
women at the College Store.
A complete line of safety ra*'
ors, standard makes, are seUiog
for one dollar each at the Colleg*