Goldsboro Hi News
April 16, 1948
Junior Week was observed in
GHS the week of March 30, open
ing with a student body assembly.
The students entered the audito
rium singing the high school, song,
after which a skit, written by
Shirley Haynes and Ethel Parks,
was presented. The pirates, who
found a treasure box fuK of can
dles, were Dick Griswold, Jimmy
Purser, Wili Bass, and Mannie
Bernstein. The ghosts were Sonny
Gainey and John Culloty.
The proclamation declared the
I'ules for the week.
Each class sang their song, and
Georgia Ward, Jerry Sandford,
Kenneth Fulghum, and Alvin Joy
ner sang special numbers.
Miss Janie Ipock presented the
marshals for next year.
The sophomolres were said to be
the best dressed and have the best
song, and the seniors were said to
be the worst dressed.
by Ed Strickland
Recently the journalism depart
ment entered the HI NEWS in
the Columbia Press Association
rating contest. Our rating was a
“two.” The major drawback was
our gossiup columns. What do you
think of them ? Should they be
dropped or continued?
Joe Bazemore — I don’t think
there would be any fun left in the
paper without them.
James Parker — I think we
should have them—they’re fun.
Merle Rosser —I think gossip
TOM R. BEST
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^1 Rabbi Tolochko
Vi Saeaks To Class
Pictured above are some of the twenty-five marshals, to serve for the year 1948-49. They are seated,
left to right: Lorraine Newsome, Betty Hollowell, La Nelle Edwards, Patsy Donnell, Dana James Gulley,
Ruby Forehand, Bennette paughtry, and Alice Wiggins. Standing, Rebert Southerland, Marion Good
win, Shirley Haynes, Jewel Parker, Billy Winslow^ Annette Edgerion, Peggy Ann West, Lewis Bryan,
Jimmy Purser, Victor Herring, and Kenneth Wiggins.
columns are fun.
Owen Ginn—I think they should
be kept, but toned down a bit.
Jo Ann Flowers—I think they
should be kept, but toned down.
Miss Betty Kinlaw—I think the
students enjoy them and they are
fun; but at the same time they are
Jimmy Ellis — Gossip columns
are okey if they are kept within
certain limits, but keep ’em truth
Billy Howell—A lot of people j
only read the paper because of
these columns, so I think they
should be kept.
Barbara Russell — I think we
should definitely keep them. They
don’t hurt our paper as far as
the students are concerned.
by Ginger Keen and Bill Taylor
Ralph Bland, ’44, made the honor
roll for the past semester at Wake
Helen Winslow of ECTC will
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direct a student play which will
be given in Greenville.
Henry Lee, ’45, is in Baltimore
attending a six weeks course in
Casualty Insurance given by the
Maryland Casualty Company.
Ann Warren, ’45, and Billy Davis
are engaged. The wedding will
take place in the spring.
Rabbi J. G. Tolochko, of Temple
Israel, Kinston, spoke at a recent
senior class devotional.
He spoke on the diploma of
Character from the School of Life.
A lot of people that do not possess
diplomas from high school or col
lege still possess the diploma of
character, and some people with
thorough educations still do not
have that important quality, char
acter. The speaker said that you
can’t judge life by the possessions
a person has, but you can judge
life by spiritual and mental growth.
He closed his talk by saying that
the important thing is not the vis
ible diploma of school, but the in
visible diploma of character.
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