Xovetnber 4, 1927
iThaoa. N. Y.
I a‘a]' .Miss (iroiian :
I thouKht I \\a)uld write and let you
kuK'w hou' I'ni ;rettiny on up here. Thi.s
is oertainly the most wonderful school
1 ever saw. both In its beauty and in
wh.it it has to offer. It is very rough
eountry and there ai'e two tremendous
L'orges I'unning through the campus. It
is ^also v**ry hilly, and I’m about to
vve!ir myself out climbing the hills.
Archit(a-ture is pi-oving extremely in
teresting—and also very hard ; especial
ly the Analytical the analytical g(aun-
etry and descri])tiv(‘ geometry. T have
already flunked one prelim in analytics
—are you going to say “I told you so"
Oui' first i)roblem in design is due
tomorrow. It is an historical museum
t(» be built for a small town. I have
workwl e\-ery night this week in the
drafting i-cjom and have succeeded in
getting uuue done ahead of time—
Our first ^veek lier^ u'as taken up al
most entirely with fraternity rushing.
I acc'epted the Phi Delta Theta pledge
button and am quite pleased with the
Last w(‘ek-end Cornell played Prince
ton in fofjtball. It was the first Cor-
nell-Princeton game in 20 years and of
course cr(>ated (piite a bit of excite
This week-(md we jday Columbia.
Then ^^•e(‘k-end after next we meet
Dartmouth at Dartmouth, and Thanks
giving Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
, Please write and tell me all the latest
gossi]) and news around the school and
give my best to Miss Martin. Miss Til-
lett. iMi.ss Walker, iMiss Mitchell and
anycaie (‘Ise. You might even annormce
if ill chaiiell Oh my. what conceit I 1
'W. MARKET STREET
SCOUTS ELECT NEW
OFFICERS FOR TERM
N.C.P.A. TO HOLD
CHARLOTTE SOON PRESENTS PROGRAM
TORCH LIGHT SOCIETY
Edison D. Edison, Dr. Richard
son and Dr. Groves to Talk
TO LOWER CLASSES
Jewel Rainey New Brownie
Is Troop Scribe
HAVE HALLOWE’EN PARTY
Clyde Xorcom is Troop Lieutenant.
New Patrol is Formed and Leaders
and Seconds Elected.
Scouts of West Market l^Iethodist
troo]) held their weekly meeting Fri
day night. October 28. The meeting
began with pi'actically all the scouts
tireseiit and on time. Following the
ceremony, came the devotional and
then the Brownies were dismissed for
Several nuitters of business took up
part of the meeting. A new patrol
was organized and all the old ones
changed. The newly-formed patrols
elected their leaders and seconds. Pa
trol leaders are Elizabeth Leak. Mar
garet 3il(d,eau. Evelyn Garrett, and Dot
Hanes. These girls will serve for a
term of six months.
Having never elected a lieutenant for
the trooi) this was the next matter of
business. Clyde Norcom was elected
to serve in this office. Then Jewel
Rainey was elected Brownie patrol
leader. iMargaret Kernodle was elected
troop scrilte and Mary Frances Kerno
dle was chosen as the new treasurer.
Following this a ghost of unknown
origin ai)peared in the dark hall and
summoned all the scouts to follow.
Through the dark hall and down sev
eral tiights of stairs of the church the
curious and bewildered children fol
lowed into the basement of the church
The annual convention of the North
Carolina i.'ongress of Parents and
teachers will bo held in (Tiarlotte on
N(jvember 8th. bth. and 10th.
Many receptions will be given, which
are looked foiuvard to with much in
terest. On the tirst day the Charlotte
chamber of commerce will entertain the
board of managers at a luncheon. Later
on. ail informal i-eceptiou will be given
them, by the .Charlotte council; to this
all delegates and out-of-town visitors
will be invited.
Among the noted s])eakers chosen
for the event will be Edison I). Edison.
Dr. Frank Richardson, and Dr. Ernest
R. Groves. Their main topic will be
"The Adolescent Boy and Girl." They
will ap])roach this topic from a ph.vs-
ical. mental and emotional staiid])oint.
I Scholarship, Leadership, Char-
! acter, and Service Are Four
Ideals of the Society
NELL APPLEWHITE SINGS
Miss Ellen Blackmon Congratulates
Honor Roll Students and Urges Them
to Continue Their Good Work
MUSIC CONTEST TO
HAVE NEW FEATURE
Chief of the Contest Events to
Be Mass Singing and
USE N. C. C. AUDITORIUM
which ha dbeen transformed into a
regular goblin and ghost den.
Miss Emma Barton spent the week
end here. She also had a visitor from
Salem, Miss Diana AYilson.
Four of Greensmoro High alumni
took part in the game here Ivetween
tVak(‘ Forest and Davidson: Mead
Connelly. Fred Burroughs and Yernel
Hackne.v, for AYalu' Forest, and Charlie
Harrison, for Davidson.
A1 th(‘ G]-eensboro-l ligh Point g;ime
many spea-tators were our own alumni.
Dm- high school graduates who
attending local colleges are .just as
.good support(‘rs of athletics as our
student. The.v are seen at et'ery
Aliss Alargaret Alendenlnill, an old
stud(‘nt of Gi-eensboro High School, and
Air. Hubert E. .lohnson, mathematics
teachm- at G. H. S. in 102.'), were mar
ried Saturda.v night, October 2!), at
8 i.'lO (O-lock at th(' Asheboro Street
NOTED NOVELIST SPEAKS
TO N. C. COLLEGE GIRLS
“Some Things We Live Too Fast
See,” is Louis Broomfield’s
SECOND TALK IN LECTURE COURSE
Louis Bromtield. one of America's
most prominent young writers, s])oke to
a lai'.ge audience in the N. C. C. audi
torium on October 21!. in the second
nundter of a lecture course being given
at the college. Air. Bromfield's sub
ject was, “Some Things Mb' Live Too
Fast to See.’’
He contrasted European life with our
American life, drawing the conclusion
that America was playing a large ])art
in shaping the destiny of the world.
America’s influence c-au be seen all over
Europe, from commercial things to
things pf'rtainiiig to the arts. Europe
is taiving more and more interest in
wlnit persons in this country are doing.
the UNKNOWN ENEMY ATTACKS
Smash! Bang! Crash! .Another
vvindow-])an(' was broken. Hallowe’en
proved to b(' window-breaking night at
G. H. S. All'. Phillips reported that
I went.\'-ti^'(' window-])anes Avere l)roken ;
The majoidty Avei-e in the now building.
Pieces of shattered glass Avere found
in lh(' yard and in the schoolrooms. Lit-
fU' round holes in the glass that still
remaiiu'd in the AvindoAvs shOAV that a
munbei- of other AA'iudOAvs liad been
the object of their Avrath. The army
attacked the unknoAA'ii enemy, Avas in
side th(' building as it seemed because
fhe attack Avas made from the outside,
tbroAviug stones at the enemy,- disre
garding the fact that AvindOAVs Avere be-
tAveen tlu'iu and the enem.y. AVe Avon-
der if -niy of G. H. S. students AA^ere
in this aiaiiy ! If so, let us put a stop
GIRLS’ MONOGRAM CLUB
GIVES CHAPEL PROGRAM
“Th(' State Alusic Contest Avill have
many uoav features. Avhich Avill ))e of
great intei-est to the music-loving pub
lic," declared Air. Aliller, of the High
School faculty. He is training the
Glee Clul), band, and orchestra.
There will l)e several neAA- solo events
this year and a cu]) aaTII be offei'ed for
('ach. The solo parts Avhich aaTII be in
troduced are the tliLte. clarinet, oboe,
bassoon. Ereuch horn, baritone, trom
bone. and the viola.
This year three (luartets Avill a])pear.
Last .A-('ar's striiig quartet AA'ill also fea
ture a,g,-1111 AA'ith the AVood-AA’in brass
()uartet. The latter. A\hich is neAA” to
G. 11. S., is com])osed of the clarinet,
oboe. English horn, and the bassoon.
“The big feature of the contest,” Air.
Aliller says, “Avil! b(' the mass .singing.
Last A'ear the mass bands AA’ere A’ery
po])ular. and Avith the introduction of
the mass singing the contest Avill in
crease its po])ulai-ity.”
The Torcli Light Society of the high
.school gave an interesting chapel pro
gram for the freshmen, Alonday. Oc
tober 24, Henry Biggs. i»resident, pre
sided over the meeting, and told of the
four ideals of the society; scholarship,
leadership, character, and service, and
what they stand for. Ruth Lcaa’Is told
of til-' symbolism of the torch and Avhy
this national honor league aa’us called
the Torch Liglit Society.
Aliss Nell AppleAvhite. accompanied
on the luauo by .Toseiffiine Lyles, sang
J. 1). AIcNairy gaA’e the meaning of
true scholarship. “A man Avho simply
gets good grades is not a scholar," he
said. "l)ut the man Avho has the curl-
osit.v to find out the time things of
life, and spares no pains in finding
them. He must haA'e ])?rseA”erauce. an
indomitable spirit, and the ability to do
a thing in an original Avay.
Harry Gump spoke on leadership and
the essentials of a true soldier; Ed
Kuykendall, on character and the part
it plays in a man's life. Helen 8hu-
ford gave a talk on service, AA'hat one
does and hoAv he does it.
Tile names of the freshmen on the
honor roll AA’ere read out by Henry
Biggs and Aliss Ellen Blackmon con
gratulated the students on their good
record, urging them to Avork hard to
obtain the higiiest honor attributed to
high school student membership in the
Torch Light Society.
The program Avas given again on
1 ut'sday. Octobt'r 2.4. for the benefit of
The ucAv teachers at Aycock Avere de
lightful l.v entertained Tuesday night.
Dct.ibtr 4. at Pinecroft Inn. About 40
\Aere pre.'ijent. Bridge Avas played and
refreshments serveAl. The.A' Avill ta* en
tertained by the P. T. A. at the Jef-
ftr-son Glub. October 10.
Ayc'ock has decided that the.v AA’ill
have a season for each sport. The.A’
Avill haA’e hocke.A’ in the fall, gym ball
in the Avinter and basketball in the
Aliss Bole.A’. Avho has been absent be
cause of a broken ankle, is expected
Aliss SparroAv. Avho has had an ap
pendicitis of)eration. is recoA’ering rap
Aliss Woodruff is recoA’ering from a
The eigth grades are planning a
Book AVeek surjuise.
The Aycock paper, the Aycofl'-a-Doo-
dlc-Do. Avill haA’e an exchange depart
ment soon. They have realized the
need of comments from other schools
and are Avorking hard on this project.
The ('ijjio.-tiiiT. Fai'go, N. 1).
Fargo High Schol is organizin.g a 14-
])iece s.A'm])hony. We hope the.v’ll ])ro-
.gress rapidly Avith it and make a huge
DR. TURRENTINE SPE.4KS
AT TEACHERS MEETING
Mr. Archer Praises High School Paper,
Especially Article on T. Wingate
MISS LUDWIG LEADS THE MUSIC
77(0 (luiiravidII, Alurfrt'esboro. N. G.
Vour idea of .Vmateur Night is ex
cellent. As .you sa.A’, each of us has
sonu' talent, and this night discoA’ers
hidden taients and giA’es a chance to the
minor talents. Let’s see .you ])ut it
over big this vear.
Object of Program Is to Promote Bet
ter Dress and Posture
77(0 Pinnacle, Princeton, AV. Abi.
A'our Junior Hi.gh Schooi is exceed-
ingl.A- ambitious to suiiport three liter-
ar.A’ societies. It is a good jJan to study
the iives and Avorks of famous authors
in an interesting Avav.
Ttu' feachei's of the cit.v school .s.vs-
tem held their second monthl.v meet
ing at the high school, Saturda.v morn
ing. October 22.
Dr. Samuel B. Turreutiue, president
of Greensboro College, addressed the
teachers, and Aliss LudAA’ig led them in
sin.ging several songs.
Air. Frederick Archer spoke ;d)out
A'arious school matters and the spirit
in schools. In his talk he praised the
high .'school paper. High Life, and es-
peciall.v an article published in a recent
issue on T. AA'iugate AndreAA’s' speech
at the dedication of the ucav Hi.gh
Point High School.
Thursday night. October 27. the Elso
Art Exhibit Avas held for the benefit of
CaldAvell School. At the be.ginnin.g of
the program. Aliss Lena Boley, art su-
Iterviser of the local public schools,
made a talk. Tableaux to represent a
fcAv famous ])aintings AA’ere beautifull.A’
portrayed b.v members of the .school.
Other intere.sting numbers Avere A’io-
lin duets rendered b.v Air. Earle Slo
cum and Aliss Imo.gene Boyle, accom
panied b.A- Airs. Slocum. They played
tAA’o numbers. "Pale Aloonlight" and
“Intermezzo." Reproductions of the'
AA’orks of famous artists AA’ere displayed.
CaldAvell has tAvo ucav clu’bs this year,
the hiking and dramatic clubs. "They
are Aery ])apular and a great number
have si.gned ui» for them," says the
The merit point s.vstem has been
adopted. The.v can Avin small letters
at first, and later a star and them a pin.
The game betAveeii Caldwell and Ay
cock. Avhich Avas iilayed. October 2.5.
ended Avith a score of 2-1 in favor of
Tlie orthophonic A’ictrola. Avliich Avas
partl.A' proA'ided for by the eighth .grade
last year, has been secured.
Alartha Roberts has been appointed
halrman of the Bulletin for the eighth
MISS CALDWELL OFFERS
AWARD FOR NOTE BOOK
THOSE RED TREES
Air. .Tack Frost. D.ver and Fancy
Dressimd^er. care of Autumn. Inc. This
Avas thf' card pre.sented by a tall, lean,
shivery felloAA’ one cool morning at G.
H. 8. "You're AA’elcome to the job,"
said oui' ])rincli)al : “those .green ones
sure do need changin.g, anyAvay."
The next morning as one of the teach
ers A\as AA’alking to s(-hool she AA’as
ln':'rd to exclaim. “Y'es. that old fellOAv
ha.s come again."
“M hat lelloAA ?" asked an iiKpiisitiA’e
“.Tack Frost," the teacher said.
"lloAv do .vou knoAV?" asked the
"Y'h.v. just by the beautiful color of
8oph: “Dr. SAveet is familiar Avith
Fresh: “Oh! a linguist, eh?”
8oph: “No, a physician.”—Exchange.
The Girls’ Alonogram Club is to take
charge of chapel this Aveek to reform
dress and posture of the students.
The club is made up of tAvelve .girls
Avho haA’e Avon their “G's.'’ The object
of the club is to jiromote interscholas
tic sportsmonsliii)'; to uphold the ideal
of good sportsmanship in the school; to
further interest in all s])orts; and to
make girl athletes real girls by encour-
a.gin.g them to be more feminine.
The members of the club are: Carle
Lane BroAvn, president; Lydia Ballance,
secretary; Yr.giuia BroAvn, Alaygaret
BoAvles, Alariau Curtis, Leila Geor.ge
(■ram, Alarian (4eo,ghegan, Lillian
Hauck, Rachel Lipsi'omb, Duella AValk-
er. Douglas Long, and Rose GoodAvin.
The Taller, North Plainfield, N. J.
M'e are .glad to st'e .A’our paper .groAv
ing. Keep it up.
The, Went Port Crier, Ivansas City, AIo.
Hope .A’our ncAVly organized French
Club Avill be a success. AVe have had
one in our school for soA’eral A’ears.
Jlii/h pehool Bazz, Hutchison, Kansas.
Judging from your paper, Ave thought
you had good school spirit. Too bad
your folks Avon't attend your football
.ganu's unless they receiA’e some reAvard.
The Chronicle, Duke University. Dur
ham, N. C.
Y'ou certainly did luiA’e a Avell-bal-
anced front pa.ge in your issue of Oc
One Prize For Best Semester Note
Book Submitted From English 5
Classes—Teachers Will Be Judges
Aliss Amy CaldAA’ell, En.glish teacher
at Greensboro Hi.gh School, has offered
an award in her tAvo English A" classes.
The student making the best semester
noti'book Avill receive a rcAvard at the
end of this semester* "Those submit
ting note books Avill receh’e credit, but
only one prize Avill be aAvarded," de
clared Aliss CaldAvell.
The projects Avill illustrate all the
phases of the course covered during
the semester. This plan is to increase
interest in notebook Avork. All prize
projects must be handed in the Aveek
ECONOMICS CLASS GOES
TO HIGH POINT OCT. 19
The seventh jieriod Economics class
went to High Point AVednesday. Oc-
tolx'r Tilth, to visit the Tomlinson Fur
Under the suiiervision of Aliss Hosier
they Avent throii.gh evi'ry iihase of the
faetory. from tlu' lumber-yard, through
tlu' plant, into the shoAV-rooms and into
the office of the oAA’iier. Air. Tomlinson,
to Avhom they AV('re ])reseuted.
The trij) Avas a very iirotitable oni'.
as Avell as being interesting and en
State College is improAung. Thev
haA’e eight oo-ecls for this term, accord
ing to the “Technician.”