DICK’S LAUNDRY COMPANY
LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS
PHONES 71 and 72
Well Treat Your Clothes White
ben B. TATUM, Pres. C. LOWREY STAFFORD Mgr
ICE - TATUM’S - COAL
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 jmu save real money by
SOUTHERN PRODUCE COMPANY, Incorporated
111 W. Market St. Phone 3318
Branches—116 Fayetteville Street, Spring Garden Street.
THE BETTER BREAD
JUNIOR CLASS HOLDS
Choose Class Motto and Act on Other
An important meeting of the Junior
class was held at chapel period Wednes
day, March 18. A number of class mat
ters were acted upon, including the selec
tion of a daks motto. “Excelsior”—“On
ward and Upward,” was the motto decid
After the business meeting, the gather
ing was entertained by the Harmonica
Harmony Hounds, Enoch Elliott and Le
Grand Johnson, who rendered several se
lections amid thunderous applause.
EXPENSE ITEM CUT DOWN
MUCH THIS YEAR BY OFFICE
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watched and carefully studied. The pol
icy of the school is to inculcate the ideal
of thrift and to make it impossible for
any child to quit school because of the
cost of high living or the high cost of
schooling. A few facts concerning the
policies this year and what has been done
along this line will possibly be acceptable
at this time.
The Senior class of ’24 used the caps
and gowns at graduation, first, to cut
down the expense of the usual gradua
tion and baccalaureate dresses, and sec
ond, to make as large a graduating class
as G. H. S. has look better in uniform
costume. The class this year voted to
use the high school caps and gowns. The
rental fee will be $2.50 each for one week.
For the class-day exercises an inexpen
sive dress made of material suitable for
high school graduates is advised.
This year a considerable cut in expen
diture was made in the rings. The price
paid last year was $7.50. The price paid
this year was $5.00. In this procedure
the beauty and quality of ring was not
The Annual is another expense which
the Senior class must be largely respon
sible for. The expense of this publica
tion is made as small as possible and
much of the expense is being defrayed
by proceeds from plays. Senior Supply
Room and rummage sales.
The Junior class, as other classes, of
course comes in to share some of the
expense of the Annual. Besides this ex
pense the greatest expense of this class
is the annual Junior-Senior banquet—the
biggest social event of the year. Here
tofore the amount put in this banquet
has been left to class and advisers. This
year the administration has put a $2
limit per member on all Junior-Seniors.
This means that the banquet is to be
given for less than $1 per plate, includ
ing the decorations and place cards.
GUILFORD COLLEGE PROFESSOR
TALKS ON VALUE OF EDUCATION
(Continued from page one)
tion, ‘Will it pay to go through college?’ ”
He asked two questions: Does a college
education aid you in making money?
Does a college education aid you in hold
ing a job?
“The first,” he said, “is answered in the
fact that the statisticians who went out
over the United States found that a
grammar school graduate could earn
$1.50 a day, $500 a year and $20,000 dur
ing his life; that a high school graduate
could earn $3.00 a day, $1,000 a year,
and about $40,000 during his life; but
that a college graduate could earn $6.00
a day, $2,000 a year, and about $80,000
during his life time.
“I answer the second by saying that
the General Electric Company found
that only one percent of high school
graduates made good, while over 90 per
cent of the college graduates make good.
“I have a question that I want you
boys to think about: if a woman does a
man’s job as well as a man, how much
less should she get for doing it?”
Mr. Pericho closed with: “God bless
this high school, each pupil, and each
home represented. That is my wish;
that is my desire.”
The appreciation of all was recorded
by the roar of applause. Having been
in Salisbury the day before, Mr. Pericho
gave the students a message from Mr.
G. B. Phillips, the principal of the Salis
bury school, who was a very popular
member of the Greensboro school system
Rated by State Department of 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 in 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
Blue Bell Overalls
Huntley-Stockton-Hill Company |
::: 209 N. ELM ST.
PHONE 3100 :::
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.
Patterson’s Dept. Food 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 i-eady 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
and many are comparing.
PATTERSON BROTHERS, Inc.
Dept. Food Store
PHONES 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.