December 5, i9^3
MAROON AND GOLD
Makes the world a
better place to live in
Life ^ Trust
Greensboro, N. C.
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a smile. Why? Because he knows
who threw tlie water, and is patiently
waiting to get even.
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The Golden Rule business, conducted
by 'Slv. Ilook, is proving a fifty-fifty ^jro-
position. Mr. Hook has been putting the
fellows on their honor and a few persons
are not playing square with him. Now.
fellow, if you want to have these apples
handy, please do not take advantage of
a good lliing. Many critics have claimed
that a business of this kind could not
possibly succeed Are you honest? If
so, let's prove these critics are all wrong.
hen you feel like eating an apple, go
in and get the number you desire, but
don't forget to drop the money in the
box. that is there for that purpose. Also
remember the price is two for five cents,
not one cent apiece.
The different classes are getting ready
to cop the championship in basketball.
Dan Barber was elected to lead the Seni
ors ; Oscar Atkinson, the Juniors; Alph
Brown, the Sophomores, and R. L. Hill,
the Freshmen. These men are holding
practice each afternoon, and from all in
dications this year’s series will be a real
Our line of College Pennants,
Table Runners and Seals is com
plete and handsome. Try us first.
The College Store.
N. L. WOLFF
Leather Goods Stamped in Gold
118 E, Washington St., Greensboro, N.C.
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* Come to H
I ATLANTA WIENIE i
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For Quick Lunch Jj
See the display o£ Pal and Su-
perite Pencils at the College Store.
^Misses Nell Orr and Mary Addie White
spent Thanksgiving at N. C. C. W., at
Greensboro, N. C., with friends.
Misses Tom Corbitt aud Rudolph Cor
bitt. of Sunbury, N. C., spent Thanks
'The following young ladies spent
Thanksgiving at their respective homes:
Dorothy Shortridge, Rose Howell, Mabel
Wright. Lou Heritage, Lillie Horne,
Ruth Horne, Katherine Roney, Callie
Isley, Jessie Petty, Mary Stewart, Eva
Graham. Mabel Cheek, Nannie Lou Ald
ridge, Julia Yarborough, Louise Home
wood. and Blanche Reitzel.
Misses Frances Turner and Lela John
son si>ent the week-end with Miss Mabel
Wright at her home in Asheboro, N. C.
Misses Beulah Plammer and Bessie
Hudson spent Thanksgiving in Greens
boro. N. C. with friends.
Miss Bessie Martin spent Thanksgiv
ing in G.raham with friends.
Dr. C. B. Martin, of Hagerstown,
Maryland, visited here Saturday. This
was the first time he had seen Elon in
Miss Winnie Durant spent the week
end in Burlington with Miss Attrice
>; 344 S. Elm St.
Greensboro, N. C. 5
We liave a splendid assortment of botli and
extend a cordial invitation to students and
others to visit our store and make their
selections before our stock has been picked
Burlington Printing Co.
Corner Davis and Worth Streets
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