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Annually tlie national safety campaign
is conducted among the elementary
schools of the nation, its object being to
train children in habits of safety on the
highways. The subject of the contest
closed this summer was “Highway Safe
ty Habits I Should Learn.” The prizes
this year tvere gifts of the National Au
tomobile Chamber of Commerce.
An August 20, the Highway Educa
tion Board notified Mr. Archer that two
of Greensboro’s girls Acon distinction.
The letter read:
‘AVe believe you will be interested to
learn that two pupils of your schools
have been awarded second and third hon
ors, respectively, for North Carolina in
the 1923 national safety campaign. Miss
Zaidee E. Smith in recognition of hav
ing won second honors is entitled to a
silver medal and a check for $10.00,
while Miss Helen E. Curtis, as winner
of one of file third honors receives a
bronze medal and a check for $5.00. M^e
have forwmrded these tokens to Dr. A.
T'. Allen, superintendent of Public In
struction, for presentation to these pu
Miss Essie Dale Hunter was the ses
sion room teacher of both of these pu
pils last year at Junior High School.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SELECTS HER
ASSISTANTS AT CLASS MEETING
'I'he class of 1925 has lost none of its
celerity and efficiency in reaching the
stage of seniordom. One of the most
obvious proofs of this fact was the haste
they made in having their first class
meeting on the second day of school,
I'uesday, September 9.
After the president had welcomed the
new members and the old seniors, others
gave expression of their feelings in var
ied and sundry speeches.
Following this get-together of greeting
and good fellowship, I.ois Dorsett, editor-
in-chief of High IJfe, appointed the
members of her staff as follows:
Associate editors: Alfred Dixon, Eliza
beth Stone, Helen Felder and Charlotte
van Noppen; Athletic editors: Virginia
Jackson and Clarence Stone; LJterary
editor: Martha Broadhurst; Assignment
editors: Helen Forbis and Moyer Sink;
'Typing editors: Bernice Henley, Walter
Smalley and Virginia Bain; Joke editor:
Claude Mclver; Alumni editor: Virginia
Assistant Athletic editor: Charlotte van
Noppen: Associate editor: P. B. Whit
tington; Associate Assignment editor:
George Stewart; Ivindsay Street school
reporter: J. D. McNairy.
Miss Coleman, Miss Kelly, Miss Whee
ler, Miss Gillis and Mr. Wunsch.
Byron Sharpe, Business Manager of
the pajier, next told of his plans for the
coming year and announced as his as
sistants Paid Scurlock and Martha
CENTRAL HIGH WILL
ADD NEW BARN
During the summer the school board
purchased from Mr. E. E. Bain the
lot adjoining the south side of the
school property, which has for several
years been known as the Bain home. 'Ihe
lot itself cost about $32,000. As soon as
the deed was made to the city the school
board began preparations for a new tem
porary building on the back of the lot
and fronting Cedar Street. 'Phis build
ing is of brick veneer and includes six
teen class rooms, and is to be used to
take care of the overflow from the high
school which has for the past year and
a half been located in various grammar
schools and IJndsay street. The general
contract was awarded to !>. A. Jackson.
'This contract called for the completed
building within ninety days, which means
that barring accidents we shall move in
the new building some time in the month
of November. At that time all the chil
dren at Lindsay Street will be moved
into the new building, and from that
time forth we hope to be more united
and be able to do a better piece of work
than we are doing under existing condi
SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN IS
CARRIED “OVER THE TOP’
'The senior class set 100% subscriptions
from the student body of G. H. S. as
their goal for High IJfe this year.
Every member of the class of ’25 first
gave his subscription, then representa
tive members visited the various rooms
and laid the matter before the student
body. 'J'he loyal and cooperative sjiirit
that always manifests itself rose to the
occasion, and by Friday, at 9 o’clock,
every student had paid Ids 50 cents for
one year’s subscription to High IJfe.
As a token of ap])reciation and cooiie-
ration Mr. Edwards granted a half-holi
day, and Friday afternoon was enjoyed
as a well-earned reward.
WORK, WORSHIP AND PLAY
FORM KEYNOTE OF SENIOR
PROGRAM GIVEN IN CHAPEL
After an interesting three-weeks tour
of the Middle Atlantic States and the
Canadian province of Quebec, Sam Mar-
ley, Jr., Herman Gardner, Bill Knight
and Mr. W. R. Wunsch returned on the
last day of last month to the old home
town, in their battered and bescribbled
Ford. 'The trip included Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Atlantic City,
New Y"ork, Albany, Montreal, the Thous
and Islands of the St. Lawrence river,
Niagara Falls, the endless caverns of
Virginia, the Gettysburg battlefield, and
the Shenandoah Valley.
'To thine own self be true and it must
follow as the night the day, thou canst
not then be false to any man.—Shake
Sometimes a single hour rings through
a whole life time—Hath such an liour
A thankful heart is not only the great
est virtue, but it is the parent of all
A word fitly spoken is like apples of
gold in pitchers of silver.—Proverbs.
Study to be quiet.—I Thess. 1:3.
(Continued from Page One)
'Then Garnett Gregory closed the pro
gram with these well-chosen words:
“Work, worship, play, as has been said
before, are the three distinct phases of
life. Every minute during the day we
are engaged in one of these. One ambi
tion of life is to be a well-rounded per
son, a broad-minded person. This ambi
tion cannot be fulfilled unless we develop
all three phases. \Ye cannot leave out
a single one. Each must have its share
in our life. But if we give each its share
and onportunity; if we become well
roundeci; if we become well developed
in all three, then, as Kipling says, ‘We’ll
truly be a man.’ ”
'i’his program was repeated on Tues
day for the sophomores and on Wednes
day at IJndsay Street High for the fresh
men. 'The music was varied by having
the following selections on the last two
days: “Love Dream,” by Liszt, beauti
fully played by Elizabeth Hodgin, one
of the musicians of the senior class, and
Raff’s “Cavatina,” by Virginia Jackson,
the seniors’ violinist. Phillij) Jeffreys
played Rachmaninofi‘’s “Prelude in C
SPANISH CLUB ORGANIZED
'The fourth semester class in Spanish
organized a Spanish club on Wednes
day, September 17. Miss Margaret
Thomjison was elected president. Miss
Gladys Bennett vice-president, and Ed
ward McNeely secretary and treasurer.
At present the club has 11 members but
will probably admit a few more soon.
No definite plans for future meetings
have yet been decided upon.
Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-
control. These three alone lead to sove
Wisdom is the principal thing; there
fore get wisdom; and with all thy getting
Trifles make perfection, but perfection
is no trme.—Michael Angelo.
All the beauty of the world, ’tis but
skin deep. Orthodoxe Paradoxes.
majority of class of
’24 ARE NOW IN COLLEGE
It is gratifying to know that more
than ninety per cent of the class of 24
followed their ideals into college. High
Life hopes that all these friends will
send back to their Alma Mater many
messages during this year.' The follow
ing is as complete a list as could be se
Jennie Morehead Adams, N. C. C. W.
Dorothy Holt Albright, N. C. C. W.
Fannie Landis Anderson, Converse.
’STrginia Evelyn Beacham, N. C. C. Mb
Florence. Regina Beck, New ork
School of Drawing.
Aileen Blaylock, G. C. W.
Esther Bloxton, N. C. C. W.
Mary I.ncille Boone, N. C. C. Mb
Edna Cartland, N. C. C. W.
Elizabeth Causey,' G. C. W.
Mary Armfield Coe, N. C. C. W.
Isabel Helen Cone, Goucher.
Ivonise Daniel, Hollins.
Dorothy Lee Davidson, N. C. C. W.
Myra Janette Davis, N. C. C. AY.
Mary Embrey Faulkner, G. C. W.
Virginia Katherine Fields, Flora Mc
Elzie Ivonise Flnharty, Hollins.
Lila May Forbes, N. C. C. Mk
Sara Holt Foust, N. C. C. W.
Grace Freeland, G. C. W.
Julia 'Turner Freeland, N. C. C. W.
Elizabeth Rives Glascock, N. C. C. W.
Pearle lannah Gurley, N. C. C. Mk
Margaret Katherine Hardeman, Nk C.
Marie Audrey Heath, N. C. C. AY.
Dorothy Dean LIndson, G. C. AY.
Rose Isaacson, Bfenan.
Mary K. Jerome, Salem.
Ina Ethel Kaplan, N. C. C. W.
Sadie Cecil Kaplan, N. C. C. AY.
Martha David Farrar, N. C. C. AA”.
Margaret Elizabeth Lambe, N. C. C. W.
Flax Reid McAlister, Randolph Macon.
Margaret Imuise Mayes, N. C. C. W.
Margaret Wilson Perkins, Sweet Brier.
Roberta Sloan Porter, G. C. AA".
Miriam Halstead Rankin, Converse.
Dahlia David Schiffman, Stuart Circle
Hos])ital School of Nursing.
A'iola Scurlock, N. C. C. AA^.
Cuba Margaret Sebum, N. C. C. W.
Katherine Eugenia Shenk, N. C. C. W.
Lula Mae Simpson, N. C. C. W.
Helen Gale Smith, Hollins.
Josephine Eliza Thomason, Peace.
Elizabeth Jane 'Thornton, St. Mary’s.
Jennie Teresa Trotter, St. Mary’s.
Margaret Cunningham Walters, N. C.
Bessie Gay Watson, Randolph Macon.
Minnie Walker, N. C. C. W.
Dorothy Schwab, N. C. C. W.
Frances Garner, Chicara College.
EJizabeth Webster, N. C. C. W.
Patty Virginia Webb, N. C. C. W.
AYilheminia Marie AYeiland, N. C. C. W.
Elizabeth Alexander Wilson, N. C, C, W.
Winfield Barney, Guilford.
Norman Block, Carolina.
Chas. Wesley Causey, Carolina.
Samuel AValter Davis, Carolina.
Tyree Dillard, Jr., Davidson.
Arthur Elliott Gray, Davidson.
Roger John Haller, W. & L.
Chas. W. Harrison, Davidson.
Hermon Agee High, Carolina.
Ulton Grey Hodgin, State.
Branch Merrimon Irvin, Georgia 'Tech.
Chas. Ihos. Lipscomb, Carolina.
Rufus Reid Little, Carolina.
James Shuban McAlister, Davidson.
William AYatt Neal, Jr., Carolina.
Harry Bryan Neel, W. & L.
Daniel Glenn Oden, Davidson.
Walter Clement Penn, Davidson.
Aubrey A. Perkins, Carolina.
Hoyt Baker Pritchett, Carolina.
Plnoch Garland Robbins, Carolina.
Harry Rockwell, State.
Earl S. Sellers, Trinity.
Thos. Jefferson Shaw, Jr., Carolina.
Harry Rankin Smith, Davidson.
'Thos. Wesley Swift, Trinity.
Edgar Anderson Tate, State.
Thos. Albert Uzzell, Jr., Carolina.
Robert W. Wilkins, Carolina.
Curtis Lee AYilsoii, Carolina.
Brook McIntosh, Trinity.
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things done; the worst is that which de
lays them.—Lloyd George.
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