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    ENROLKJSlvT 471
BAOl E¥ [BID (G L E
OCTOBER 18,\9i\A
CIRCUL/'vTION 500'
DOUBLE HONORS COME
TO BUGLE THIS SUMMER
Selection of a page
from the Bugle As a,
specimc.n for journal
ism study by J. C,
Tresaler, author of
the nationally knovm
English te:!fts, ■ ."ENG
LISH IN ACTION", was
made during the summer.
Mr. Tressler, after
rcviev;ing aeveral
issues of the Bublc,
designated page one.
of the March issue
for reproduction
in the chapter on
journalism in his re
vised edition of "ElIG-
LISH IN ACTION”* Book
III.
RixTING
Scoring nine hundred
and sixty-seven points
out of a possible one
thousand, the Bailey
Bugle again rated
first placo in the con
test this spring for
tho third consecutive
year.
Activity Program To
I mportant Part In Sc hoc
Play
P !a n s
CITIZENSHIP PRACTICES STRESSED AGAIN
Three ChangssNado
In Fac ul ty List
Three new teachers
join Bailey High's,
faculty this school
term: Mrs. Louis V/at-
son, teaching history
and English, Miss.
Edith Farmer, math,
and Mrs. K. R. Henton,
music.
Mrs. V/atson, from
Bailey, replaces Misa
Melba Martin, v/ho is;
teaching senior Eng
lish at Freemont ,11. C;
Miss Farmer,of Bailey,
succeeds Mrs. H. A.
Morse, who joins the
math department at Tar.
boro High School; Mrs.
Hinton, teacher at
Spring Hope last year,
is from Rocky Mount,
Miss Farmer taught at
Spring Hope; Mrs. V;at-
son at Corinth—Holder.
Merchants Coopera teBvAdvertisinglnBuyle
Business managers,
Willis Manning, Elsie
Rookor, Jacqueline
Collie, and Vifanda
Murray have visited
mcrchcvnts of V/ilson
and Bailey giving thorn
one opportunity to ad
vert Ise in the Bailey
Bugle.
Tho fact that the
managers secured 25
ads i’13 proof that they
made the right ap
proach.
That time may be sav
ed for the m/5rchantij-
and the staff, a co
operative agreement
was signed by both
parties, designating
the month advertise
ment as desired, its
size, and designer.
For the year there are
10 full pages, 9 one-
half pages, 8 one-
foiirth pages, and 4
one-eighth pages of
advertisement received
from Vv'ilson and
Bailey.
Emphasized activiti
es for the- year will
bo music, chapel pro
grams , citizenship, and
physical training, ac
cording to Mr. M. liV.
'C^oaver.
Music v/ill be super
vised by Mrs. H. R.
Hinton,
Ueekly, students
Y/ill meet in chapel
with an app-ointed
teacher responsible
for a; program,
Fj\in goal
Inti^nsified citizen
ship v/ill be the goal
again this year. The
'!’egular citizenship
medal will be awarded
at the end of the year,
but no money as an
extra conpensation has
been donated so far.
Activity period is
to be on a more system
atic -plan. All pupila
are to be with their
home room teacher on
the playground or in a
special study hall,
MANNING PILOTS ,
.SENIOR CLASS
Willis Manning, last
year’s jimior presi
dent, again dirocta.
the largest senior
class that has ever
graduated from Bailey.
Dan Johnson is vice-
president; V/anda
Murray, secretary; and
Evelyn Rooker, treas
urer.
    

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