February 12, 1925
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Letter is Received from Beloit Asking
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ICE - TATUM’S - COAL
H. R. BUSH, President C. A. HOLT, Secretary
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The Junior-Senior Latin club has re
ceived a letter this week from Miss Eliz
abeth Lutz, consul of the Latin club of
Beloit High School, Beloit, Kansas, ask
ing for information as to the formation
and methods of our club. She has seen
reports of its meetings in the exchanges
and is much interested. A Latin club
has just been organized in the Beloit
High School, and its consul feels that
she might gain many valuable points
from an older club such as ours.
The president of the Junior-Senior
Latin club was authorized to reply to
the letter, giving the plan under which
the Latin clubs are organized in Greens
boro High School and some of their plans
for the year.
The letter from Kansas is as follows:
January 30, 1925.
In reading the exchanges from your
high school we are much interested in
your Latin club. From the article I be
lieve that you must have a well organ
ized club. We have just started one this
year and are much interested, and would
appreciate any suggestions that the older
organized and bigger clubs can give us.
One thing we are wanting suggestions
on is how to interest some of those who
are somewhat slackers in the “deeper”
subject in attending meetings. We have
about 60 Latin pupils in B. H. S. The
school’s enrollment is around 400.
For our meeting next week as a pro
gram we have planned some synonym
games. We’d like to have some sugges
tions from you if you care to trade this
We have organized a club of all the
Latin classes for the first time this year.
We hope to make it a permanent organi
We have just the three classes of Latin
—^Elementary, Caesar, and Virgil. I am
the only fourth year Latin student. This
is because they alternate Cicero and Vir
gil every other year—the demand being
not large enough to guarantee both.
Consul of Latin Club.
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TALKS TO ANNEX STUDENTS
On Tuesday, January 20, Miss Lillian
Killingsworth opened the chapel program
by reading from the scriptures. Since
the week of January 19-26 was Thrift
Week, thrtift formed the keynote of the
program. Miss Killingsworth introduced
Mr. Frank B. Aycock, Jr., speaker of
Mr. Aycock spoke on thrift, using Ben
jamin Franklin as an example of a man
whom thrift had made. He gave a short
account of the life of Franklin, giving
amusing anecdotes in illustration.
FRESHMEN ATTEND CHAPEL
At a recent chapel session Mr. Ed
wards opened the program by reading
the 21st chapter of Proverbs, followed
by a prayer. He gave a short talk on
the necessity of starting this semester
right, and not waiting until the last
month to begin work. Mr. Miller sang
several songs which caused an outburst
of applause. Mr. Gildersleeve had the
rest of the period in singing.
UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB TO
GIVE PROGRAM AT G. H. S.
On February 19 the University of
North Carolina Glee Club will present a
free concert to the students of Greens
boro High School. Miss Killingsworth
has planned to have all eighth period
classes meet the third period so that all
pupils will be able to attend the concert.
Moulton Avery, a G. H. S. alumnus,
is a member of the glee club. All stu
dents are eagerly waiting to see him give
his imitation of the “golden setting sun.”
We hope the floor won’t be so hard here,
Moulton. But don’t worry—there aren’t
any rich people here on whom to make
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