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Thursday, May 21, 1925
G. H. 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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JOIN THE Y. M. C. A.
JOHN W. CAFFEY
Clean Clothes for Particular People
‘Pay Cash and Save More’
122 NORTH ELM ST.
Jos. J. Stone & Company
Printers and Office Outfitters
ENGRAVED INVITATIONS AND
110-112 E. Sycamore St.
For AH Cold Troubles
“GIFTS THAT LAST’
Saslow & Cohen
National Theater Building
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
See “Nick” Mebane for your
next pair of shoes and save
NICK MEBANE’S SHOE STORE
114 W, Market Street
Rucker & Co.
New York Cotton Exchange
New Orleans Cotton Exchange
RUCKER BONDED WAREHOUSE
Storage of Cotton
Capacity 50,000 Bales
the work, you
PRIDE OF QUALITY IS
j THE POLICY OF OUR SHOP j
Clothing for Men and j
Young Men 1
“Dick” Wharton “T. S.” Moore
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Will I Be
I Many of you young men in G.
? H. S. will determine this year what
1 your future business or profession
I will be, will plan your studies ac-
I cordingly and will “follow-through”
T in college.
i While you are making these de-
I cisions, consider the Insurance Pro-
i fession, a vocation that provides a
i business life-time of pleasant and
I profitable work. Interesting and
I absorbing, Insurance places you at
I the head of your own business with
j opportunities limited only by your
f individual efforts.
We always want young men in |
our organization, and any of our |
officers will be glad to talk to you l
any time regarding the opportuni- |
ties offered as a Pilot representa- |
Pilot Life Insurance
A. W. McAlister, President
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Attorneys at Law
Second Floor Banner Building
KEEP A COZY LITTLE
CORNER IN YOUR
HEART for the
BELL TELEPHONE 129
J. W. JONES & CO.
239-241 S. Davie Street
GREENSBORO, N. C.
A KENTUCKIAN AT YALE
I bin tu wun futball gaim sence I rote
tu yu and I ain’t never seen nuthin like
it in awl mi life. I reckon they calls
cm futball gaims caus they tri tu tromp
on each uthers feet. To begin with wun
feller kicks the ball down whur sum
uther dudes is loafin. Then wun of these
hear loafin fellers grabs it, and tries tu
run with it, but thet kinda seems tu
rile the ginks whut kicked it and they
tries tu noek the dad-burned stufiin
outer him. Thair is wun think I ain’t
abel to figger out, if these hear kickin
gules wants that thair ball whi in awl
farnel mmsence does they kick it down
thair fur? Well, after they fites over
it a while they awl plays whut we uster
call More Sacks and lays down on each
uther in a pile. After thet they gits up
and wun dude sez his multiplication ta-
bel ceptin he don’t git nun ur it rite,
and they is supposed tu be collidge fel
lers too. He oughter larn his figgers
sura uther time. Out in thet thair feeld
ain’y no place tu do sich. Nuther thing
whut shore tickets me is thet these hear
groan up men wares short britches and
ear muffs when they plays. Course I un
derstand they wares the short britches
tu maik peeple think they is still kids
and ain’t too old fur sich carryins on as
fitening over a old peece of lether. But
them ear muffs puzzles me. The fellers
ain’t cold cause they awl swets like a
mule haulin logs, but it seams like they
just got tu hev them muffs.
Over the wun side ur the feeld two
dudes keep a-running vack and 4th with
a string tide on tu 2 sticks just like
they thinks as how they air gonna hed
off thet ball er trip sumbody up. Thay
ain’t got no better scents than thet. Wun
other ole fule keeps jumpin around the
feeld tooting a little whistle. Lood,
thinks I as I sees awl this, these hear
collidge fellers ain't got no scenes about
this gaim, when a dude happens tu kick
the ball over a little peece ur fense at
wun end ur the feeld everybody yells
like he dun sumthin grate. But they
ain’t nuthin cause thet fence ain’t hi and
I could kick thet dern littel ball over
wun twict as hi as thet. Well rite tu
yer baby boy sure. Newt.
HIGH LIFE EDITOR AND MGR.
SELECT STAFF FOR NEXT YEAR
(Continued from, page one)
upon. The associate editors seem partic
ularly well qualified. In Georgia Stew
art, we have a veteran of this year’s
staff who is very dependable and who
is expected to greatly aid the newcom
ers. Margaret Ferguson is one of the
very best and most original writers in
G. H. S., and is looked upon as one of
the greatest stars of the staff next year.
Alfred Dickson’s witty editorials and
keen sense of humor were features of
this year’s High Life, and are confident
ly expected to be even better next year.
Great things are looked forward to from
Betty Brown, Carlton Wilder, and Ellen
Kelly, Junior, Sophomore and Freshmen
associate editors, respectively.
“The athletic editors, all interesting
writers, are Mary Tilly, one of the best
girl athletes in school; Willard Watson,
captain of next year’s football team,
who is thoroughly familiar with all
branches of sports, and Paul Wimbish,
who is depended upon to enliven the
sports page with his live-wire write-ups.
“Marguerite Harrison is eminently
suited to the work of alumni editor,
while Elizabeth Rockwell will capably
handle the exchanges. John Mebane and
Kate Stewart are expected to display
great ability as assignment editors. Great
things are looked forward to from Gra
ham Todd as scoop editor.
“The reporters—J. D. McNairy, tried
veteran of two years’ standing, Dick Zig-
lar, Rannie Rockwell, James Clements,
and Adelaide Hilton—are all exception
ally good writers. The all-important
business and circulation department will
be capably managed by P. B. Whitting
ton, assisted by Clarence Phoenix, and
Circulation Manager Ernest Williams,
who has had considerable experience in
circulation work. Cordia Durham, Paul
ine Medearis, Annie Younts and James
Robinson will be the typists.
“While we all realize and appreciate
the great work done by this year’s staff,
upon which they are to be highly com
plimented, we dare hope to equal and
even surpass their achievements next
If you like our service tell your
friends. If you have any com-
plaint, be fair, tell us. We have
only a few complaints, which
we gladly adjust.
The Good Clothes Shop
104 NORTH ELM
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
C. H. McKimiomt. Pnas. Mqm.
REAL ESTATE CO.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
We specialize in the best
Fruits and Vegetables. Let
your children have plenty of
Best for Health
W. 1. ANDERSON & CO.
MAKER OF HIGH GRADE CLOTHES
Wool worth Building
Greensboro’s Best Store
Women and Misses
Greensboro Book Co.
“The Book Store
That Appreciates Your Business’
214 SOUTH ELM STREET
J. D. WILKINS
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
333 South Elm Street
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Phones 3550 and 3551
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FRANK M. HOOD, Manager
PIANOS, SHEET MUSIC,
123 South Elm Street
Stratf ord-W eatherly
Corner N. Elm and W. Gaston Sts.
GREENSBORO, N. C.
“We Always Sell the Best”