October 7, 1927
aUB HOLDS MEETING
TUESDAY AT CHAPE
George McSwain Discusses Sen
ior Debating Club—Louis
Brooks Also Speaks
TEACHERS OFFER HELP
Following the Reading of the Minutes
the Meeting Was Turned Over
to the Senior Debating Club
'file Freshmen Debating: Clnb held
the second meeting of the j-ear Tues
day, September 27, in Room A2. Fol
lowing the reading of the minutes the
meeting was turned over to the Senior
Debating Club. Harry Gump, president,
introduced George McSwain, first
speaker, who told the history of the
Senior Debating Club. Louis Brooks,
second speaker, briefly outlined the du
ties of the officers, and the constitution
of the club. Harry Gump then ex
plained debating. The faculty advisers,
J. A. Farthing, Miss Margaret Bridg-
ers. and Miss Ellen Blackmon, spoke
and offered help to those who needed it
The future meetings will be held on
Tuesdays in room A2 at chapel period.
The first meeting of the Freshmen
Debating Club in which the members
participated took place on Tuesday, Oc
tober 4, at chapel period. The mem
bers of the club discussed a bill: Re
solved, that every student of the high
school should he forced to subscribe to
The members entered into a lively
discussion which lasted throughout the
period. Each side had a number of
able speakers. At the end of the meet
ing a vote was taken which showed the
clubs stood 27 to 5 in favor of the neg
Those who are in charge of the
Freshmen Club express themselves as
■ very enthusiastic over the work thus
far done and the prospects for the fu
ture are very bright. They feel that
they have a very talented, interested
group which is willing to work hard to
make a club of some value.
At the next meeting of the club it
will be turned over to the freshman offi
cers. Clary Holt, president, will con
duct all the meetings in the future.
GIRLS’ MONOGRAM CLUB
ENTERTAINS WITH TEA
Asheville Boys Honored By Girls of G.
H. S.—Musical Program and Con
tests Feature Entertainment
ABOUT ONE HUNDRED PRESENT
1. Guy Hope.
2. Louise Sutton.
8. Anne Carson.
4. Boyd Morris.
5. S. R. Smoak.
(). Sarah Burton Clegg.
7. Charles Shoffner.
8. Lillian Hauck.
1). Harris Ogburii.
If. Elizabeth Sockwell.
12. Fred Byers.
1.8. Margaret Leak.
14. Mary Burton High,
l.l. David Quate.
102. Theron Brown.
108. Tom Pemberton.
107. Ed Kuykendall.
201. Ervin Stone.
202. Henry Weiland.
208. Annette Donovaut.
204. Bill Latham.
200. Charlie Rives.
207. Mary Leet Underwood.
208. Mary Henri Robinson.
Bl. Frank Causey.
B2. Mack Heath.
B8. IVilliam Sullivan.
B4. Robert MTlliams.
B5. Hobert Fulp.
BG. Billy Yarnon.
B7. Lillian Ziglar.
B8. Charles Hagan.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS
ASSEMBLE IN CHAPE
MONDAY, SEPT. 26
Students, Led by Grady Miller,
Sing Several Songs Which
EDITORS URGE SUPPORT
Dick Burroughs, Carlton Wilder, and
Dick Douglas Talk, Asking Support
for School Publications
The members of the Girls’ Council
for the following semester are:
Semester I—Mamie Leake Par
Semester 2—Joy Thrailkill.
Semester 3—Mary Mitchell.
Semester 4—Mary Burton High.
Semester 5—Katherine Lambe.
Semester G—Annette Donavant.
Semester 7—Margaret Sockwell.
Semester 8—Martha Sykes.
BOYS OF G.H.S. ARE
OF DEMOUY EUB
Winston-Salem and High Point
Branches Initiate New
Meeting to Be Held First and Third
Fridays of Each Month—Harry
Gump Holds Highest Office
REV. J. H. ARMBURST
PREACHES TO FACULTY
The Rev. Joseph H. Armhurst
preached a special sermon honoring the
city teachers, Sunday, September 11,
at Park I’lace Methodist Church. Spe
cial music accompanied the program.
Mr. Armhurst was pleased to see so
many teachers, and extended a hearty
welcome to them from the church and
dfiie sermon was well attended by
the city and the county superinten
dents and by many teachers.
All the juniors and seniors assembled
in chapel Monday, September 2G. C. M .
Idiillips conducted the meeting and was
in charge of the program.
The program was opened with songs
selected by the students, wlio were led
by Grady Miller.
“The library will he open during the
eighth period for any student who wish
es to work,’’ announced Mr. Phillips.
The principal challenged the students
to subscribe for both of the publica
tions. Carlton Wilder, editor-in-chief
of Homespun, and Dick Burroughs,
managing editor of High Life, urged
the school to give its support. Dick
Douglas, editor-in-chief of the spring
Reflector, said that the spirit of the
school is what is wanted, as the appre
ciation of the publications is judged by
Mr. Phillips ended the program with
a few words on the changing of chapel
FOR SEMESTER ONE
Charles Hagen, President; Jack
Nowlin, Vice-Pres.; Sarah,
C. W. PHILLIPS PRESIDES
At a meeting of Semester One held
in chapel ^Wednesday, September 28,
Charles Hagan was elected president
of the class. He was graduated from
Aycock school June 4, 1927. The other
officers elecfed at this meeting were;
Jack Nowlin, Auce-president; Sarah
Scott Moore, secretary-treasurer; Otto
lYells, student council representative,
and Mamie Leake Ihirsons, girls’ coun
C. W. Phillips presided over the
Several hoys at G. H. S. have recent
ly become members of the junior branch
of Demolays. They were initiated into
the order by the High Point and Win
ston Junior Demolay clubs. Harry
Gump, senior councilman, holds the
lighest office that can be obtained in
this branch of the Masons. Charles
Shaffoiier, Wade Stockard, Ralph Cook,
Settle Avery, David Quate, Emil
lodge, LeGrand Johnson, Lee White-
heart, Bill Byers, Bill Petree, Tom
I’emberton, Albert Thompson and Bill
Spradlin are the G. H. S. boys Avho are
Meetings of the Demolays are held
on the first and third Fridays of eA’ery
Girls Hike to Guilford
Tuesday, September 27, Miss Bessie
Behney, assistant adviser of hiking,
chaperoned a group of girls on a hike
to Guilford College. Some of the girls
dropped off and others took a short cut,
hut nineteen girls really hiked to Guil
ford College. All reported they had a
good time and were not a bit tired.
The Girls' Monogram Club gave a re
ception October 1, at the Y. W. C. A.
for the Asheville hoys and girls who
attended the Greensboro-Asheville
game. Almost one hundred Avere pres
ent. Miss Nellie K. Dry AA’elcomed the
guests. Rose Goodwin and Leila
George Cram gave each visitor a favor.
A musical program Avas conducted by
Frank Warner, young people’s Avorker
from West Market Street Methodist
Church. ’ Those on the program Avere:
Nell AppleAvhite, Walter Peterson, and
Eunice Yarnon. Mr. Warner played a
number of selections on his guitar. An
advertising contest, Avon by Ruth Stin
nett and Bill Petree, Avas held in the
Miniatures Portraits Framing
The Flynt Studio
II. A. Feynt, Photographer
Greensboro, N. C.
G. H. S. LOSES A FRIEND
Yes, age succumbs to youth. On Sep
tember 9, 1927, G. H. S. lost a shady
friend by Avay of the axe and saAv
route. For years this tree has shaded
and beautified our campus, but a feAV
weeks ago it Avas cut doAvn. Its last
act of kindness, no doubt, Avill be to
help keep us Avarm during the AA’inter.
We are all sorry to see our friend go,
but Ave Avill look foiward Avith interest
to the time Avhen the tiny sprout noAv
planted Avill give us shelter from Old
The absent danger greater still ap
pears; and less he fears, Avho’s near
the thing he fears.
CoAvards die many times before their
death; the valiant neA-er taste of death
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