January 22, 1925
Rated by State Departiiienteof Education as Class A, entitling a graduate to
receive a teacher’s highest grade certificate.
Placed on the list of four-year colleges whose graduates may be selected as
teachers m high schools approved by the Commission (of the Southern Associa
tion) on Accredited Schools.
Chartered 1838. Confers the degree of A.B. in the literary department and
B.M. in the music department.
In addition to the regular classical course, special attention is called to the
departments of Home Economics, Expression, Art, Education, Sunday School
Teacher Training, Piano Pedagogy, and to the complete School of Music.
For further information apply to
DR. S. B. TURRENTINE, President
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Boys, if you want to enjoy High Life and feel
free and easy
WEAR Blue Bell Overalls
MR. PULTZ SPEAKS TO
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
Explains Advantages of Commercial
Course in College and Business.
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209 N. ELM ST.
A STANDARD COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN
For Catalogue or Special Information, Write
Chas. E. Brewer, President _ _ _ _ Raleigh, N. C.
DR. C. H. CREDEMAN, Ph. C.
THE X-RAY CHIROPRACTOR
Ex-Member of Faculty Palmer School of Chiropractic
Gets You Well and Keeps You Well
301 Davie St. Office Hours: 8:30 to 12:30; 3 to 5; 7 to 8 Phone 2913
R. H. MILTON ELECTRIC COMPANY
Illuminating and Electrical Engineers
220 North Elm Street
See BUDDY for your Shirts and Furnishings
BUDDY SHIRT SHOP
National Theatre Building.
At the Thursday, January 8th Com
mercial meeting, Mr. Pultz, head of the
Commercial Department, of Greens
boro High School, was the only speaker.
Mr. Pultz, in a very interesting talk,
told the members of the Club the ad
vantages of the Commercial course, the
most important of which he said were:
Preparation for life; better citizenship;
help in College. This last point, alone,
should appeal to High School folks who
are planning to go to college. Short
hand, which the Commercial course of
fers, will help the college student to take
the professor’s talk down in notes, which
he can use as later references. Then,
too, one can help earn his way through
college by typing outside of school for
Students who follow the Commercial
course in High School have an opportu
nity for three main courses after school:
Accounting and Business Administra
tion; Secretarial; and Teacher of Com
mercial Subjects. Mr. Pultz stressed the
point that nearly all of the Commercial
teachers in N. C. were from outside the
state, or had received training outside
The speaker then told of the coming
typing contest in April, and its possibili
ties and advantages. He finished his
talk with these words:
“I do not know what you aim to do
when you leave here, but I hope you
have decided on something that will af
ford you a good living, and then go to it
with a vim and will, with a determina
tion to win.
The Business Course offers the follow
Business Methods — primarily 10th
grade subject. No bookkeeping student
may take now. Five times per week—
Business Arithmetic—10th grade. Two
semesters; one credit a semester.
Bookkeeping — 10th grade and 11th
grade. Two periods per day; little home
work; certificate and diplomas; one
credit xier semester.
Typing—11th and 12th grade; five
times per week; % credit per semester.
Shorthand—11th and 12th grade; one
credit each semester.
Commercial Law—preference to Sen
iors, but Juniors also; one semester; one
Office Practice; seniors; one credit
DICK’S LAUNDRY COMPANY
LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS
PHONES 71 and 72
We'll Treat Your Clothes White
BEN B. TATUM, Pres. C. LOWREY STAFFORD, Mgr.
ICE - TATUM’S - COAL
Patterson’s Dept. Eood Store
Many are learning the convenience of our store—^being able to get anything
for the table at one parking—then too, if it should be a little late you can carry
home ready cooked from our delicatessen department cooked meats, salads, slaw,
sandwiches, potato chips, fancy cheese, deviled crabs and croquets and from
our Bakery department hot rolls, bread, cakes and pies—-Think of the conven
ience of having your fish dressed ready for the pan. Visit our Sea Food depart
ment, and see the variety we carry fresh every day in the week.
Notice especially our fruit and vegetable department—you will always find a
large variety of the finest fruits and vegetables the world’s markets afford.
All through our stocks you will find that quality has been our forethought in
selecting this enormous array of good things to eat.
Then the price—we ask you to compare—our business is constantly growing
a2?d*many are comparing.
PATTERSON BROTHERS, Inc.
Dept. Food Store
PHONEvS 400 and 401 219 SOUTH ELM ST.
Fish Department, 218 S. Davie St., Phone 1140
WHERE QUALITY TELLS
The McClamroch Comp’y
Marble, Tile, Terrazza, Mosaics, Composition Floors
Mantels and Fireplace Furnishings
GREENSBORO, N. C.
LATIN CLUB PRESENTS
PROGRAM ON FESTIVALS
Class in Charge of Marguerite Mason
Reads Beatitudes in Latin.
At the meeting of the Junior-Senior
Latin Club on January 17, a very in
teresting jirogram on Roman festivals
was presented by the Latin V classes.
Frances Moore presided in the absence
of the president, Michaux Crocker. Mar
guerite Mason opened the meeting by
reading the Beautitudes.
Margaret Ferguson made a short talk
on Roman festivals, and especially
stressed the December festivals. “At
first, the festivals were purely religious
services,” she said, “later, it became the
custom to make the religious observances
on the first day, and spend the rest of
the time in merry making.”
“The first festival in December,” she
continued, “was the one of Bona Dea,
when the women and girls made sacri
fices. Consualia, another important cele
bration in this month, was held in hon
or of Consus, the god of Corn. At this
time, all the warehouses were opened,
and the grain inspected. The Saturnalia,
in honor of Saturn, was observed for
about a week, beginning with the seven
teenth of the month. This was the occa
sion of much drinking and feasting and
many an ujiright Roman citizen had to
be carried home drunk.”
Elizabeth Umberger then told about
the festivals in January. Panus, the
god of this month, was always repre
sented as having two faces; one looking
forward to the future, and the other,
back to the past. His festival was called
the Agonium, and it was the custom on
this day to give presents to one’s rela
tives and friends. The Carmentalia, as
the name suggests, was a festival of song
and merriment, participated in jiarticu-
larly by girls and women.
H. R. BUSH, President C. A. HOLT, Secretary
DIXIE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
A GREENSBORO INSTITUTION
WRITING ALL CLASSES
Fire and Automobile Insurance and Insurance Against Rain
and Hail Damages
“WE DO IT BETTER
PHONE 633 or 634
“Engraving Speaks with an Eloquent Tongue”
Cards, Weddings, At Homes, Teas, Dances, and All Social and Commercial Forms
CAROLINA ENGRAVING COMPANY
214 North Elm Street PHONE 828 Greensboro, N. C.
Good Wholesome Fruits at Cash Cut-Rate Prices
Everything in Fruits and Vegetables at this store. Remember you save real money by
SOUTHEHN PRODUCE COMPANY, Incorporated
111 W. Market St. Phone 3318
Branches—116 Fayetteville Street, Spring Garden Street.
Ed Nowell’s Pharmacy
THE BETTER BREAD
“The House of Electric Bungalows”
124 NORTH ELM STREET
GREENSBORO, N. C.