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RUCKER BONDED WAREHOUSE
Storage of Cotton
Capacity 30,000 Bales
The Habit of Thrift
THE FOUNDATION OF SUCCESS
Acquire this habit by depositing in
our savings department.
Interest compounded quarterly
Atlantic Bank & Trust
Dr. C. I. Carlson
Complete X-Ray Laboratories
FROM OUR GIRLS AT
N. C. C. W.
114 W. MARKET ST.
WHERE QUALITY TELLS
Snttplry (Emitpn* )j
Where Most of the G. H. S
Students Buy Their (rift'
for Three Orr-ih-^
Brown - Belk
WE SELL IT
ONE OF THE 30 BELK STORES
Greensboro Music Co.
Frank M. Hood, Mgr.
Mandolins, Banjos, Ukuleles, Gui
tars and Violins
Pianos, Sheet Music, Victrolas,
123 SOUTH ELM STREET
Dear G. H. S.:
We were greatly disappointed
give the basketball teams your
best support. It means much to
the teams and to you, too. We
know, because some of us played
and the rest of us helped by being
at the games.
Another side of working for a
place on the team is this: The
team goes over the state playing
games. Incidentally, the players
make many friends. You can im
agine how fine it is to come to
college and find many' of them
here. It helps to make us forget
to be lonesome, and it makes us
feel “at home” from the first.
Speaking of athletics, every
girl here is required to spend two
half hour periods a week for gym.
So far we have been learning to
play field hockey. It is a queer
English game, in which one man
ages a rather hard ball with a J-
shaped stick. The line-up and
rules are very much like those of
football, so you see we have lots
of fun. Last week we took a writ
ten test on the rules. It was hard
er than anything we had yet
struck, probably because such a
test was an altogether new stitch
in our seam of school affairs.
The physical education depart-
^ ment has added a new instructor,
an English champion hockey play
er. Several evenings a week she
'coaches freshmen from five to six
o'clock. It is very amusing to
'stand near her when a girl makes
a good stroke. She then pulls
her chin and emphatically' says.
■‘By Jove, I say! Ripping!” Her
expression and accent make us
laugh till our sides ache. Her gym
costume—how can we describe its
queer plaits and emblems? It is
the queerest thing this side of
Barnum’s circus. But at that, this
Englishwoman is human enough
occasionally to ‘Tly off the han
dle,” and she plays a peach of a
game, so she’ll do.
Here’s good news for Miss
Coleman. A few weeks ago
some tests were given the French
11 classes. (Folks who have had
two years of high school French
are put in French II at college.)
Three girls did so well that it xvas
recommended that they' take
bVench HI (Junior French). Two
of the three are members of G. H.
S’s. class of ’22. They are Mar
tha Cox and Katherine Grantham.
There’s a volume we might say.
but we don't want to be piggish
and take up too much of your
time and too much space in High
Life, (which, by' the way, is bet
ter than ever this year).
—The G. H. S. Girls at N.C.C.W.
ISLE OF BEAUTY
There is an isle of beauty,
Where inward projects the bay,
Whithr the roaring billows,
Come as they dash away.
From the restless deep, and.
On the rugged shore
Lose force and calmer grow,
And dash and crash no more.
Cliffs o’er hang the island
Rough-hewn and rugged where
Unresting waves from distant sea
Have hurled themselves in
Two lofty peaks rise heavenward
And endless vigil keep.
They watch the storm-tossed
That wrestle on the deep.
Beneath the age-old watchers
There lies a cry'stal glass
Of waters hushed and silent.
Then in darkened mass
There rises in the background
A wood of bristling shades.
.-\nd against the blue of heaven
The dim-drawn outline fades.
A cave hides ’neath the rugged
Of cliffs, with seats of living
Make this a haven and a home.
For here’s a fairy palace—
A silvery, crystal dell,
And here the graceful sea-
In peace and happiness dwell
U. S. Woolen Mills Co,
Better Clothes for Less Money
304 South Elm Street
Little stems of Latin,
Little roots of math,
Make the stuck-up junior,
Walk a rocky path.—Ex.
Norman Cooper to Wilbur
Hodgkin: “Oh, shut up, you are
the d—dest fool I ever saw.”
Mr. Lefler: “Alright, Norman;
don’t forget I’m still in the room.”
When we saw the familiar fig
ures around the school during the
holidays we turned our thoughts
to the class of ’22. As we saw them
it made us think that we were
one year behind time; that we were
only Juniors again. But when we
looked again we realized that they
were not as we had known them
at G. H. S., that they had the im
portant college air.
The following visited us during
Jody Transou, Neal Jones, Clyde
Henderson, Pete Pierce, Piggy Pick-
! ard, Frances Rankin, George Tay
lor, Joe Britton, Myrtle Ellen La-
j Barr, Worth Williams, Harold Se
bum, Paul Transou, Garland Dan-
I iels, Andrew Bell, Jimmy Poole,
i Hoyt Boone, Jimmie Hendrix, Paul
j Causey, Emelia Sternberger, Dick
Wharton, Elbert Apple Colon For-
! sythe, Maude Forsythe, Francis
Harrison, Grey Fetter, Nelie Irvin
I Skinny Wynne, Robert Williamson,
j Mildred Wicker, Estelle Mendenhall,
Mildred Morrison, Joe Grimsley
, Doris Stennette, Hubert Rawlins
Wilbur Cooper, Francis Blackwood,
Max Earnhardt, Willard Dillon,
Bertram Brown, Fred Maus, Ray-
: mond Ziglar, Brooks McIntosh,
Kenneth Lewis, Virginia Under-
I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL 1
Harrold Lashley: “Do you have
Giddy Waitress: “No, sir, we
open them ourselves.”
Clarence Hobs: “Didn’t I get
my last haircut in this shop?”
Barber: I think not, sir; we’ve
only been in business two years.”
Movie usher: “You can’t eat pea
nuts in here, young fellow.”
Narman C. “Yes, I can, young
fellow, but I could get along better
if you turned on the light.”
Walt Whitman has his precious
Jim Riley has his verse,
And now I try the noble art
For better or for worse.
The more I think, the less I know,
It really is a fright,
The way I work and tax ray brain
Through half the bloomin’ night,
The next day yawns, the “pome” is
I think I’ll get the “gate,”
Instead of that, my classmates say
The “dope” is simply great.
This goes to show what one can do
If one will only try.
It’s the man who works and thinks
Who usually gets by.
Davie St. Auto Exchange
“U-NO, the ruy who puts water in it”
DeaU rs in used cars 211 S. Davie St.
Dixie Sales Co.
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Phone 1123, 109 S. Davie St., Greensboro,N.C.
J. S. Duncan
Brooks, Hines & Smith
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
G'^EENSRORO. N. C.
Louise B. Alexander
413 Fann-r Rvi’dine-. Greensboro. N. C.
Sidney S. Alderman
r-OT'NTY roURT HOUSE
Shuping, Hobbs & Davis
Attorney.^ and Counsellors at Law
Oflires in Fanner Bldg. Greensboro. N. C.
William P. Bynum
Ronnis 205-20’-207—County Court House
E. D. Broadhurst
Third FloAr—RANNER BUILDING
The Arcade Cafeteria
(Under Benbow Arcade)
A. E. Nowlan and F. A. Pritchet, Props.
Drs. Coble & Poindexter
Richardson Grocery Co.
210 S. Davie Street Phone 910—3347
Patterson Bros., Inc.
DEPARTMENT FOOD STORE
219 S. Elm St. Phone 400
N. Elm St.-Five Points—McAdoo Heights
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Guilford Ins. & Realty Co.
0. L. GRUBBS, Pres
109 E. Market St. Phone 312
Shoes, Hosiery, Repairing
LADIES’ FREE SHINE PARLOR
Army Salvage Ware
United States Army and Navy
227 S. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C.
We write all kinds. Let us serve you
Fielding L. Fry & Co.
231% S. Elm St.
J. W. Scott & Compauy
Dry Goods, Notions and Mill Agents
We Only Sell Merchants
113-115 W. Washington Street
Greensboro, N. C.
SHOP FOR MEN
Guilford Hotel Coruer
Red Lion Tablets
WILLS’ BOOK S STAIIONERY
SYKES SHOE SHOP
Ladies’ Work a Specialty Phone 806
110 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C.
120 E. Sycamore St. Phone 2277
In the Heart of Greensboro
Cafetria and Cafe
We have one of the best and most
talked of Cafeterias in North Caro
lina. Excellent service and prices
FOLKS SAY—And You Hear It Everywhere
When you wantt good shoes it’s
GREENSBORO’S OLDEST AND LARGEST
. SHOE STORE
112 W. SYCAMORE STREET
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