October 21, 193
IN RADIO MAGAZINE
Miss Eunice Kneece, of G. H. S.
History Faculty, Is Honored
for Educational Work.
HER PICTURE J IS PRINTED
Miss E^ice Kneece, history teacher
at SeniOT High, hgs recently been hon
ored by having ^adlo Guide print a
iehgthy article, Bob Eddy, regarding
her work in educational service of the
In this article, which is accompanied
by a picture of Miss Kneece, Mr. Eddy
highly compliments her work. In his
opinion the use of radio-in school work
has just begun, and its future looks
Miss Kneece points out that most of
the programs on the air at this time
have entertainment as a primary ob
jective ; therefore, the Greensboro High
School programs feature education as
well as entertainment. It is also her
opinion that radio reaches more stu
dents than do newspapers.
However, this is not the first piece of
work by Miss Kneece, which has re
ceived national recognition, for only
last spring her article, “A Report on
Radio Education,” was printed in the
MISS LESLEY TO LEAD
LOCAL UNIT OF N.C.E.A.
G. H. S. Latin Department Headl is
Honored With Presidency at
WILL HEAD JUNIOR
Margaret Sawyer is President of Mas-
queteers, Peggy Nolan Vice Presi
dent, Louise Allred Secretary.
Margaret Sawyer was elected presi
dent of the Masqueteers, the junior
dramatics organization of G. H. S.,
when the group met last Tuesday at
the regular club period. Other officers
elected to serve are: Peggy Molen, vice-
president, and Yvonne McCaskill, secre-
Miss Sarah Lesley, head of the Latin
department at G. H. S., was elected
president of the local unit of the North
Carolina Educational association re
cently at the general teachers meeting
held at Central Junior High School.
Miss Lucile Boone, of Aycock school,
was elected vice-president; Miss Emily
Worth, of Gillespie, recording secre
tary ; Miss Cynthia Reaves, of Irving
Park school, corresponding secretary,
and Miss Sue Ray, of Liudley Junior
High School, treasurer.
SENIOR HIGH GIRL MEETS
MOVIE STARS IN HOLLYWOOD
(Continued from. Page One)
theater, which is one of the most com
plete in the country. The cast for
‘Twelfth Night,’ which was given
August 20, 21, and 23, was made up of
summer school students, most of whom
had professional talent. I had charge
of the jewelry, and i also worked on
the costumes, which were made in the
theatre’s work shop. All of the scenery
was made there, too.
“While at Palo Alto, I met Guthrie
McClintic, the husband of Katherine
Cornell; Maxwell Anderson, author of
‘Winterset; and Burgess Meredith, an
actor in a great many of Anderson’s
plays. McClintic and Meredith, to
gether with Professor Heffner and Dr.
Margery Edwards, a teacher at Stan
ford, were judges of the verse-drama
plays, which are presented each year
by Stanford in honor of Maxwell An
derson. The prize for this year was
awarded to Dorothy Dow, of Chicago,
for her ‘Souvenirs de la Malmaison.’ I
worked also with Jack Temple, Shir
ley’s brother, who was on the scenery
It might be interesting to note that
Ruth spent the entire summer in Cali-
Plans for the group’s activities are
indefinite, as yet. However, the club
expects to present at least one program
in chapel this year.
MANY SPEECHES BEING
MADE BY TEACHERS
Mrs. Beatrice Hall addressed the
Book club, of the Junior Woman’s club,
recently on the subject “Building a
“Fundamental Consideration of
Young Authors” was the subject of the
main address, given by Mr.s. O. M.
Betts at the meeting of the O. Henry
Writers’ club, last week at the Art Cen
Mr. A. P. Routh is scheduled to speak
tomorrow at a meeting of the Parent-
Teachers’ association, on “Conditions
Here At Our High School.”
fornia^ aud "dunhg' 'the~ time of the
play’s presentation, met and was asso
ciated with many Hollywood actors
and actresses, although she is shy about
She was secured as a speaker
through the efforts of Sue Wimbish,
the Playmasters’ program chairman.
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Attendance at the ht meeting of the
Greensboro Senior Hh School P.-T. A.
reached the height o500 parents, an
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The speakers of e evening were
Judge Johnson J. K-es, whose topic
was crime, and Jucb William York,
who spoke on juvfile delinquency.
Mrs. G. S. Miles, pgrain chairman,
gave a resume of thorograms for the
coming year. Then dertainment was
provided by Mrs. eGuin and Mr.
Breitz, who sang twduets, “In a Lux
emburg Garden” an(“Pa,ssage—^Birds
Farewell.” They we accompanied by
Mrs. Walter Vassar. Wter the close of
the meeting the pares were given the
opportunity to mee their children’s
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Nature club recentl on the subject,
“Trees of Guilford ounty.” He ex
hibited 50 or 60 Sicimens of trees
native to this countjind explained to
the class how they ight be identified.
As a result of thi address, the na
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of the trees and hrubs commonly
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Initiatory Ceremony Marked by
Fun and Frolic.
Amidst fun and laughter, the new
members of the Commercial club were
put through the rites and rituals of
an initiation held last Thursday night,
October 14, at the Y. W. C. A.
The color scheme of the decorations
consisted of black and orange, in keep
ing with the Hallowe’en spirit.
New games were introduced and en
joyed by everyone. Dancing in the
“Big Apple” mode helped to fill the
After the initiation, refreshments
were served by the veteran members
of the group.
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