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James Wilkins is home from
Georgia Tech, for two weeks.
James was one of three students
out of about seven hundred to be
exempted from examinations.
Miss Mildred Little was elected
president of the Freshman class
of the N. C. C. W., at the begin
ning of the second semester. We
are delighted that a former student
of G. H. S. has received such a
The G. H. S. is also out ably
represented at the State University.
May Belle Penn, Jeff Fordham,
Sam Shoffer and Eugene Armfield
were all an the honor roll for
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bnilcling^ attended chapel.
Mr. Philipps led the devotional
part of our program and he also
read the parts of a little book
called ‘Tdeals of High School
One of th.e most interesting
features of the program was the
awarding of the numerals to the
thirteen Sophomore boys who
have won for their class the dis
tinction of being the champions
of the school in class football.
Mr. Kiser, their coach, present
ed numerals to the following
! Charlie Burg'ess, Captain,
' Charles West, Worth Ferre. Ad-
; am Clement, Kenneth Clem,
I Janie Mans, Duva Craven, Ralph
j Barker, Roy Bumpass, Alex Men-
j denhall, Arthur Davant, James
! Caudle and Louis Glascock.
Mr. Charlie Phillips gave a re
port on what the boys and girls
basket ball teams have been do
ing during the few weeks. The
boys have not won very manv
games so for but are improving
all the time. The girls have won
every game that they’ have play
ed thus far.
Mr. Phillips closed his talk by
making a very strong appeal in
behalf of the Athletic Associa
tion. He said that the .student
body is dragging behind in the
payment of their Athletic dues.
If we can't support the Associa
tion enough to keep it out of debt
we will have to discontinue ath
letics in our school. Mr. Phillips
said if we would only' pay the 25
cents for this month we might see
all seven games regardless of
whether we have paid our back
Mr. Phillips has worked hard
this year trying to make our at-
letic association go, so fod his
sake, if not for our association,
pay’ your dues and show Mr.
Phillips that we are still behind
him and all still backing up our
The worm has turned—they
boys have entertained the girls’
basket ball team.
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Everybody’s wearin’ ’em, or at
least it seems so from the number
of letters and numerals that are
displayed around school.
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Over the Top! Seventy-five
dollars when only fifty was the
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Xow is the low-tide of the year,
and whatever of knowledge weVe
had before has surely ebbed away.
So say’ the chemistry’ classes.
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The Alumni has “sho” done us
proud this year!
Day by day in every way we’re
getting braver and braver. Some
even have the courage to look up
words in the dictionarv.
1 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEBATING CLUB HOLDS
The Debating Club had its regu
lar meeting last Tuesday evening,
Jan. 16, at the high school.
The meeting was called to order
by President Charlie Lipscombe. The
secretary, Lucile Boone, read the
minutes of the last meeting. The
program for the evening was a de
bate on the Triangular Debate
Query; Resolved, that Congress
should provide for the enforcement
of the Decision of the Railway La
bor Board. Wm. Neal and Thos.
Shaw upheld the affirmative side
and Thelma Floyd and Eliz. Simp
son spoke for the negative. The
Judges, Richard Wilkins, Mary Hart,
and Katherine Gregory decided in
favor of the negative. As there was
no other business the meeting ad
The Fresh-Soph Debate, scheduled
for the following Friday was post
Preliminaries for the Triangular
Debate will be held about Feb.
15. A large number of contest
ants is expected.
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Basketball Schedule Before Cham
Feb. 2—j\I(X>resville at G’boro.
Feb. 3—New Bern at G’boro
Feb. 8—Winston at G’boro.
Feb. 9—Charlotte at G’boro.
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They scorn the towns, the shore
Their home is in the sky
'They joy to ])rest the tempest.
My thoughts more strong
Mean household task may hold
And four walls conquer me
But my thoughts are eea-gulls
Lifting out to sea.
Last year the Folk Dancing class
es were so enjoyed and were so
successful that they have be
gun again this year. As there is
a larger number of pupils interested
in this form oE recreation the
group has been divided into three
sections. These will meet on Mon
day, Tuesday, and Thursday re
spectively. The first section, under
the direction of Mrs. Parks, will
use the G. C. gymnasium. This
is composed mostly of freshmen.
The second section will meet with
Miss Grogan and Miss Adams at
the Y. W. C. A., but this one
consists largely of main building
girls. The third group is a miscel
laneous one for the girls who can
not come on either of the other
days. These girls, under Miss Gres-
sett, will also meet at the hut.
Elizabeth Causey kindly volunteered
to play for all three classes. With
those leaders and this pianist the
classes hope to accomplish much
and to meet with even greater
success this year than last.
Julian J: “Each hour I spend
with you is like a pearl to me.”
Lota Lee: “Aw, quit stringing
John Fiddle, a theolog he,
Refused to accept his degree.
“Be I ever so learned
ril swear and be derned
If ril ever be Fiddle. D. D.”—Ex.
Teacher: “Why, Margaret, what
are you doing?”
Margaret Siveeney: “I’m drawing
a picture of God.”
Teacher: “But, Margaret, you
musn’t do that; nobody knows how
Margaret. Smiling confidentially:
“Well, they will when I get this
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