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G. II.S. BOYS AND GIRLS
We can supply you with all your
needs in our line, and will appreciate
your patronage. We carry the
There is a Reason. Let us serve you.
221 E. Elm St.
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JOHN W. CAFFEY
Clean Clothes for Particular People
1 When you
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! tlie work, you
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Clothing for Men and j
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GIVE HIM GAS
Dentist: “So you have broken off a
tooth, have you?"
Patient (tough youngster): “Yes, sir.”
Dentist: “How did you do it?”
Youngster: “Oh, shifting gears on a
1 ol 1 yIIo 1)!” A’.rc/;a n//e.
“I just passed by the ex-kaiser's home
and heard him singing.”
“What was he singing?'’
“Ain’t gonna reign no mo'!’'—Texas
Ivittle Jane was saying her prayers.
“And please,” she begged, “make Rome
the cajiital of Turkey.'’
“Oh, Jane,” exclaimed her mother,
“why did you say that?”
“Because I put it like that in mj' exam
ination pajier today.”—Selected.
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122 NORTH ELM ST.
Jos. J. Stone & Company
Printers and Office Outfitters
ENGRAVED INVITATIONS AND
110-112 E. Sycamore St.
For AH Co/d Troubles
Will I Be
Many of you young men in G.
H. S. will determine this year what
your future business or profession
will be, will plan your studies ac
cordingly and will “follow-through”
While you are making these de
cisions, consider the Insurance Pro
fession, a vocation that provides a
business life-time of pleasant and
profitable work. Interesting and
absorbing. Insurance places you at
the head of your own business with
opportunities limited only by your
We always want young men in
our organization, and any of our
officers will be glad to talk to you
any time regarding the opportuni
ties offered as a Pilot representa
‘GIFTS THAT LAST’
Saslow & Cohen
National Theater Building
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See “Nick” Mebane for your
next pair of shoes and save
NICK MEBANES SHOE STORE
114 W. Market Street
Rucker & Co.
New York Cotton Exchange
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A. W. McAlister, President
GREENSBORO, N. C.
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Second Floor Banner Building
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GREENSBORO, N. C.
F E .MININ E IE POI NT
A little girl ran into the house crying
bitterly, and her mother asked her what
was the matter.
“Billy broke my doll,'’ she sobbed.
“How did he break it?” asked her
“I hit him on the head with it,” was
1 knew a doctor whose name was Peck;
He fell in a well and broke his neck.
It served him right for he should have
To tend to the sick and let the well
A Scottish farmer, being elected to
the school board, visited the village
school and tested the intelligence of the
class by the question:
“Now, boys, can any of you tell me
what naethiiig is?”
After a moment's silence, a small boy
in a back seat arose:
“It's what ye gi'd me the other day
for holding yer horse.”—Selected.
“Where you been?”
“To the cemetery.”
“'‘I'eh, all of them.”
Cries of distress came from the apart
ment next door. Apparently some one
was being murdered. The terrified neigh
bors called a ])oliceman.
The officer of the law rapped his club
on the door of the offending apartment,
demanding, “Hey! What are you trying
to pull off in there?”
“Well,” responded a weary voice from
inside, “if you must know, it’s a mus
G. H. S. PLAYMAKERS
PLAN YEAR’S IVORK
Hold Organization Meeting At Home of
On Wednesday evening, December 17,
the High School Playmakers met with
Miss Wheeler and Mr. Wunsch at the
home of Virginia McClamrock to dis
cuss ])lans of organization and to outline
tlie work for the year ahead.
The order planned, among other things,
to visit soon the local theaters in order
to learn stage phrases and terms and
the manipulation of scenery, to study
make-up and lighting effect; to coach
plays, and to write together at least one
one-act play and jiresent it in the spring.
Miss Wheeler read excerpts from
Booth Tarkington’s “Seventeen.” Mr.
Wunsch outlined Alice Duer Miller’s
“The Charm School.” These two plays
will more than likely be attempted by
the Dramatic club next spring. Mr.
Wunsch then read a ritual in blank
verse with musical interpolations that he
had written for the club.
This organization is composed of mem
bers of the cast of one-act plays pre
sented last week. It claims as its work
the establishment of a high standard of
dramatic work at G. H. S. It will not
overlap the work of the Dramatic club
which now numbers over 100; instead,
it will be an aid to it, acting as a sort
of inner circle for its life.
If YOU like our service tell your
friends. If you have any com
plaint, be fair, tell us. We have
onlv a few complaints, which
we gladly adjust.
The Good Clothes Shop
104 NORTH ELM
MAKER OF HIGH GRADE CLOTHES
I Ellis-Stone Co.
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It began of nothing and of nothing
it ends.—Cornelius Gollus.
New winter woolens and
the assurance of the best
of British styles in these
new suits, with wide
trousers at $25. An extra
pair of pants for extra
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REAL ESTATE CO.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
We specialize in the best
Fruits and Vegetables. Let
your children have plenty of
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W. I. ANDERSON & CO.
Greensboro’s Best Store
Women and Misses
Greensboro Book Co.
“The Book Store
That Appreciates Your Business’-
214 SOUTH ELM STREET
J. D. WILKINS
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333 South Elm Street
FRENCH AND DUTCH BULBS
Phones 3550 and 3551
Byrd’s Headache Remedy is
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IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES
WILLS BOOK AND
FRANK M. HOOD, Manager
PIANOS, SHEET MUSIC,
123 South Elm Street
S tratf ord-W eatherly
Corner N. Elm and W. Gaston Sts.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
“We Always Sell the Best”