Grirls of ’22 Ride the G-oat H our friends at G. H. S. have some of
At N. C. C. W. : them at bargain jjrices. Tills is an
olTer vou cannot afford to miss.
There are three literary societies xVe are having a hifr time. This is
at N. C. C. \V. Tliey are named Cor-
nelian. Adelphian, and Dikean, after;
three charaders of ancient times who
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senior girls,—and hoys, too. By the
wav. if vou are intending to reside
stand out because of their admirable
traits. L. the fall, a committee of f.,11 semester ends,
three (one from each soviety) meets
to divide the freshman roll into three
equal parts. Each society then sends | football.
—-Myrtle Kllen LaBarr. '22,
at S. C. C. W.
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With best wishes that you are en-
oving life at G. H. S. and that you
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jt to earh person on its list an in-,
vitation to be initiated and become a
member. It is not possible for a
■rir] to join either of the two societies
that did not draw her name.
The initiation ceremonies began
J. S. Duncan
A Daring Rescue
I’was llalloweVn night and Main
Brooks, Hines & Smith
Attorneys a”d Coonscliors at Law
G EENSBORO. N. C.
Louise B. Alexander
3 Banner Boi'ding. (ireenshoro. N.
Thursday night. November the sec-j "'■‘’'■t
ond, with the Cornelians, and ended i '■’'>’'? gliosts, witch-
Satnrdav night when the Adelphians '““S'"
initiated their new members. Each j merrily to each other. „ uu r •
Cars were going up and down the; Shuping, HODDS & DaVlS
street, decorated with strips of black
Sidney S. Alderman
COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Dr. C. I. Carlson
Complete X-Ray Laboratories
N. H. Silver Co.
Greensboro High Point
society followed its initiatory cere
monies with an elaborate banquet in
Spencer dininc room.
The following: girls of ’22 are Cor
nelians; Katharine Grantham, Mary
Alice Fowler. Nellie Irvin, Emma
Leah Watson. Gladys Holland, Mil
dred Little. Virginia Stainback.
The following are Adelphians:
Mary Denny. Margaret Hartsell. El
len Stone. Myrtle Ellen LaBarr. Ai-
leen W'^olfe. Lucile Wynne. Doris
Stinnett. Carlotta Barnes. Martha
Cox. Marv Anderson. Gray Fetter,
Maude Jones, Margaret Smith.
The following are Dikeans: Ruth
L'nderwood. Margaret Pickard. Ruth
Benjamin. Margaret Coble. Frances
Harrison. Annie Maie Whittington,
With the Girls of ’22 at
N. C. C. W.
Dear G. H. S.:
Howdy! It grieves us much to
learn that an epidemic of bad Eng
lish has again threatened the welfare
of our Alma iMati'r. It is. however,
a source of great relief to know that
our ailing friends have been terated
and yellow and glaring jack-o'-lan
terns. A very large crowd was gath
ered in front of one building in par-,
ticular, on the second floor of which,
a ])ig dance was going on.
Suddenly in the midst of all this,
gay e.xcitement, a fire alarm rang:
out— one bell— two bells— three
hells! Dong! Dong! Dong! Here
comes the fire truck! Everyone looks
to sec where it is going. Look! It
stops in front of the building where
the people are dancing! See the
crowd as the people come rushing
out of the building. Now, everyone
is out at last. No! Look! Every
eye is turned upward at the startled
cry. There in a third story window
is the form of a woman! Tongues
of flame are seen through the wn-i
dows! Thev are drawing nearer and
nearer. The crowd which was so
gay a moment ago is now dumb with
horror! Look! There he goes! A
voung man is iheading his way thru
the crowd toward the building. Ev
ery eve is on him as he starts climlv
ing from wnidow to window. It looks
as though the flames from the win-
Attorncy.s and Counsellors at Law
Offices in Banner Bldg. Greensboro, N. C.
William P. Bynum
Rooms 205-206-207—County Court House
E. D. Broadhurst
The Arcade Cafeteria
t Under Benbow Arcade)
A. E. Nowlan and F. A. Pritchet. Props.
Drs. Coble & Poindexter
Richardson Grocery Co.
210 S. Davis Strfcl I’liom- 910-3341
Patterson Bros., Inc.
l)v that nationallv famed physician.
c I ATf I wt • L dows mav envelop him anv moment.
I)r. better bpeech Week. WV wish • , ■ , ,
WHERE dUALITY TELLS
Vhere Mor-t of the G. H. S.
Students Buv Iheir Gifts
for Three Decades
vou a speedy recovery.
\e iinconqiiered tennis marvels!
Mile. Lenglen would stand slight
chance of winning laurels had she
such as thou to fate. It does our
hearts good to see vou ujiset Winston
We wonder if that ‘'foreign counlrv”
is not in the same boat as was tlie
man xvho loved a woman hut wlio'
■cnicl neither live with her nor with- H. S. Overwhelms Strong
out her. Winston would he deep Oak RidgC TcaiU
azure if Greensboro’s future eitizens (Continued from paBc i)
did not lake her down a few [legs 'bdge team never knew what to
scvtual times a vear. expect.
lame has- come to rest amongst Line-up and suinmaiy :
There is a deathlike silence below
as the mob. lireathless with suspense
and horror, watches him ascend the
burning building. Look! He has
reached his jdestination. Into his
arms he clasps the form of the wo
man—a dressmaker’s model.
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our ranks. W hen the Freslimen el- Green.shoro
c ted tlicir ofiicers. tliev seiecled Nei- Lm roughs
lie lr\ in for vice-president. I'he onh Greeiu* ((.apt. I
excuse found for not making lier
jiresidenl was the fact that she does
not live in one of our dormitories.
What we consider the biggest honor
of all was given to Franee.s Harrison.
Sh(‘ is tlie freshman representative
in tlie student government senate.
The freshmen have twenty members
the house. Thev have not vet, -^Idnlosh
Greensboro Music Co.
I rank M. Hood, Uj?/'.
Mandolins, Banjos, (ikuleles. Lui-
tars and Violin.s
Pianos, Sheet Music, Victrola»,
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304 South Elm Street
G. H. S. .--
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house Co. i'
l.iniled .''tales Army and Navy t
Surplus Materials j
227 S. Elm St., Ureensboro, N. U. I '
We wrile all kinds. Let us serve you J !
Fielding L. Fry & Co. i
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J. W. Scott & Company
Dry (ioods. Notions and Mill Agents
We Only .Sell .Merchants
113-113 Wasliington .Street
Orceiislx'ro, N. C.
SHOP FOR MEN
Guilford Hotel Corner
Red Lion Tablets
WILLS’ BOOK & STAIIONERY
: G. II.
2: ' i
0. H. L. Flowe.
For G. 11. $.. Block]
l>een elected. Three G. H. S. girls
have been nominated, however. They
are Mildrc'd Little. Nellie Irvin, and
\ irginia Stainback.
(Jrades were given out last week,
some were' good, others were medi
um. and a few were liad. One of the
-Latin students made 1 on Latin. You i^uiis 2.
folks would appreciate tliat if vtm Suhstitule
realized that the Latin teacher has for Turner. Ford for Wrenn, Conley',^
l>een teaching thirty years, and, inci- for Hodgin. Turner for Block. Wrenn |
dentallv. has acquired a degree of for Ford. Hodgin for Conley. Harri-, j
strictness. There was also a 1 made "on for Sellars. Everett for McIntosh, j
by a member of ’22 on chemistry. for Oak Kidge; Brantle) for Cole. ?
The ogres who preside over English Blythe for Shields. Lapsley for Hoi-: j
classes console the freshies with the iingsworth. j
remark that 3 flatters a freshman. Referee. McAlister. Davidson: ; |
Speaking of English, the class of ’22 Empire. MeConckie. \ . P. I.: Head! |
has a monopoly on certain trite ex- linesman. Hendrix. Davidsoin .
pressions. We will be willing to let, Sykes. ^
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la the Heart of Greensboro
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talked of Cafeterias in North Caro
lina. Excellent service and jirices
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