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Where Most of the G. H. S.
Students Buy Their Gifts
For Three [)/■(■'ilc'-
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NUMBER OF NEW BOOKS
ADDED TO LIBRARY
for girls 10 to 18.
yjjfi Bloiving Rock, N. C.
T booklet, address
DR. A. P. KEPHART
GREENSBORO. NORTH CAROLINA
Greensboro High School has al
ready one of the best, from the
standpoint of selection of books and
number of books, libraries in North
Carolina. An average of one hun
dred and fifty books are checked
out daily and from one hundred and
twenty to one hundred and seventy-
five students do reference work in
the Library each day. Thirty-five
weekly and monthly magazines are
subscribed to and the Sunday New
York Times and Greensboro Daily
News. New hooks are being con
stantly added to the Library. Sev
eral hundred have been bought since
September making almost ten thous
and volumes in the High School Li
brary. The following is a list of
books that have been added since
Christmas to the Library.
Fiction and Stories
The Boys’ Motley—^Helen Ward
The Boys’ ?rescott,—Helen Ward
Master Skylark—John Bennett
A Boy of the First Empire—El-
bridge S. Brooks
Burgess Unabridged—Geleth Bur
The Burgess Nonsense Book—Ge
In the Boyhood of Lincoln—Hez-
In the Days of Audubon—Heze-
Abner Daniel—Will N. Harben
History of Don Quixote—Cervan
His defense and Other Stories—
Harry Stillwell Edwards
Off Duty—Wilhelmina Harrer
The Night Born—Jack London
Adventures of Tom Sawyer—(2
copies) Mark Twain
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
(2 copies )—Mark Twain
Where Angels Fear to Tread—
A New England Man and Other
ftories—Mary E. Wilkins.
Best Short Stories of 1915, 1916,
1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, Edited
by Edward J. O’Brien.
The Casting away of Mrs. Leeks
and Mrs. Aleshine—Frank R. Stock-
Tales Out of Court—Frederick
The Old Number (Short Stories)
—Guy de Maupassant
Madame Butterfly—Jehu Luther
Authology of Magazine verse,,
1918, 1919, 1920, 1921. Edited by |
William Stanley Braithwaite. ^
Poems by John B. Tabb.
Lyrics by John B. Tabb
The Truthful Lyre—Arthur Gui- ^
Wilhemina and Other Poems— i
Cole Young Price. |
Francisco De Remini—Gabrieli
High School Farces—Frederick
Carolina Folk Plays (2 copies) j
Edited by Frederick H. Koch
Plays for School Children—Ethel
One Act Plays—Alice Brown
Plays for School Children—Anna
Boys’ Book of Sports—Grantland
Handbook of Athletic Games—
Bancroft and Pulvach
Football Without a Coach—Wal
The Substitute—W-alter Camp
The Half-back—Ralph H. Barbour
The Battle of Baseball—C. H.
Life in the Open—Charles F. Hol
Camp Life in the Woods—W-
Summer in the Girls’ Camp—An
na W. Cole
The Art of Lawn Tennis—^Wil
liam T. Tiiden, 2nd.
The School Books of Forestry—
Charles Lanthrop Pack
Familiar Trees and their Leaves—
F. Schuyler Matthews
How to Know Butterflies—J. H.
and A. B. Comstock
Manual for the Study of Insects—
J. H. and A. B. Comstock
The Book of Electricity—A. Fred
The Amateur Mechanic—A. Fred
The Diary of a Nation—The War
and How We Got Into It—Edward
The Great Adventure at Washing
ton—The Story of the Conference
The A. B. C. of Good Form—
The Century Vocabulary Builder
—G. Greever and J. M. Backeloo
First Aid for Boys—Cole and
A Study of the Types of Litera
ture—Mabel Irene Rich
From Isolation to Leadership—
John Holladay Latane
The School as a Social Institution
•—Charles L. Robbins
Trend in American Education—
James Earl Russell
Principles of Educational Prac-
Every Teacher’s Problems—Wil
liam E. Stark
Principles of Teaching High
School Pupils—H. W. Witt
The Teaching of English—Paul
DR. A. H. PATTERSON SPEAKS
(Continued from page 1)
everyone, young and old, educated,
or uneducated, has an interest. As
tronomy seems to be the one com
mon meeting point for all on the
j field of science. The lecture was
I outlined with a view of giving a
general knowledge of astronomy as
a whole. Of course with the limit
ed time it was impossible to go into
detail, but, with the aid of a well
selected set of slides and the natural
gift of holding an audience, the
earth’s position with respect to the
heavenly bodies and the general con
ditions and movements of our heav
enly neighbors were well explained.
Photographs of the Moon, Mars, and
Saturn taken with some of the
largest telescopes were of special
interest. Some of the outstanding
things of note which will probably
be remembered longest were a brief
discussion of the possibility of Mars
being inhabited, the immense size
of some of the planets as compared
to the earth. Sun-spots, the extreme
ly high temperature of some of the
stars, and the Spiral Nebula theo
ry as to the formations of new
None who were there can forget
how interest was kept high by apply
ing here and there bits of our
every day life, language, customs,!
and literature to astronomy.
Doubtless the Society is reaping j
results already. There is interest |
now where interest did not exist j
It is the intention of the Society ;
to have at least two more men of ;
equal rank give lectures sometime
during the spring.
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J. S. Duncan
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Richardson Grocery Co.
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Patterson Bros., Inc.
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