April 8, 1938
FOR NEW CONTEST
Three Divisions Will Be Open
to Those Who Wish to
WILL CLOSE ON MAY 6
Council Members to Check in Supply
Shop Twice Each
When the weather man announced
that spring had officially turned the
corner, the student council decided to
sponsor a photography contest which
will be open to the entire student body.
The snapshots will he divided into
three groups and a first and second
prize will he offered in each division.
Remember that High Life will print
each of the winning pictures.
Although the deadline isn't until May
6, it will ho better for students to get
their snapshots in as soon as possible.
There will he a council member in the
supply shop every Monday and Thurs
day mornings before school to receive
The council has adopted the follow
I. It must be understood that all pic
tures submitted will become the prop
erty of the Student Council of the
Greensboro High school.
1. No entry will he accepted unless
the print along with the negative
is turned in.
2. Films will be classified according
to the following groups:
(a) Best pictures of the school
and its grounds.
(b) Best candid shot of any sub-
.iect taken at school.
(c) Most appropriate song title.
(1) Any contestant may fit
any suitable song title to
to the picture.
3. All entries must be in by May G,
at 3 :30.
4. Judges will be Miss Henrietta Lee,
Mr. Herbert Hucks, and James
5. There will be a first and second
prize in each group.
G. The winning pictures in the three
groups will be X)rinted in High
7. No contestant may win more than
8. One person may submit as many
pictures as desired.
Ten dollars in prizes will be
SENIOR HIGH SHOWS UP
WELL IN FLAG CONTEST
The American Legion will soon pre
sent G. H. S. with a new flag, which is
our reward for having made the best
high .school score in the flag code con
test which was conducted recently.
Charles B. Mclver school won the ele
mentary reward. Rural awards went
to Guilford High school, and to Bright-
wood Elementary school.
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i Commercial Photography
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Jane Murray Elected
Chief Junior Marshal
Twenty-Four Juniors Selected
to Conduct June Gradua
CHIEF ELECTED BY GROUP
.Jane Murray was elected chief mar
shal from the .I'unior class recently
when a group of 24 semester five and
six students elected from each of the
eight Junior home rooms, met in the
auditorium to select their leader.
The remaining 23 marshals are as
follows: from room 7, Marshal Morris
and Billy Mendenhall; from room 8,
Jean Scott, Eleanor Patterson, Jack
Russell; room 12, Marjorie Foster,
E. C. Freeman, David Fiske; room 15,
Janet Campbell, lYilbur Carter, Sidney
Fisher; room 17, .lane lYebb, Margaret
lYebb, Jim lYilkerson ; room 27, Eliza
beth Bennett, Louise Bateman, Rene
Burtuer; room 301, Dorothy Hedrick,
\Y. B. Hutton, Duncan Holt; room 307,
Jean Stafford, llary Katherine Thomas,
and Ben Smith.
LITTLE THEATER TO GIVE
Several G. H. S. Students Will Take
Part in Presentation Directed
by Miss Van Noppen.
G. H. S. will again display her talent
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when
Mis.s Charlotte A"an Noppen, director of
the Federal Theater Project, presents
members of the Tattle Theater in the
Gant building, in Shakespeare’s immor
tal classic, “A Midsummer Night's
Many of the important characters
will be portrayed by Senior High stu
dents, namely: Carolyn Coker, as Bot
tom ; Andrew Goodwin, a,s Lysander;
George Miles, as Demetrious; and Alar-
garet Sawyer, as Helena. Other G.H.S.
students taking part are Ellena AYay-
nick, Annabelle AYeinkle, Elizabeth
Homey, Esther Doggett, and Carolyn
AYagoner. There will be a small ad
mission price of five cents.
Two in a Million
A romance in the faculty? No . . .
just play-acting. But what could be
more exciting than our dashing French
teacher, Air. Hucks, wooing our coy
English teacher, Aliss Lottie AAffill? AA^ell
this actually took place AA^ednesday
night, April G in the Senior high school
auditorium. They fell in love, much to
the enjoyment of the spectators.
The story of the play, “Ail in the
Family” concerned the lives of two
financially cramped American families,
each of which hoped to borrow money
from the other. The outcome of the
plot hinged upon the recipe for cina-
Other Senior high teachers who took
parts in the play, which was sponsored
by the Class Room Teachers’ associa
tion, were Aliss Sara Alims and Air.
AATiat G. H. S. teacher graduated
from high school at 18? (See the next
issue of High Life for the answer.)
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COLLEGE DAY AT G. H. S.
PROMISES TO BE BIG SUCCESS
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rang-'iiients for the luncheon, which
will be .served by Aliss Bradley’s home
Decorations for the luncheon and
ideutificntiou labels have been made by
Miss Lee’s art classes. James Dodson
wa.s student chairman of the art work.
Members of the Torchlight honorary
so'-iet.v will.- are serving as guides for
the delegates, are as follows:
For ^Agnes Scott, Lib Deaton; Apxila-
chaiu, Hobart AIcKeever; Catawba,
Wilenmn Ehley; Carolina, Ed Hipp;
Citadel, Ed Crosse; Davidson, Ed
Gehrke; Duke, Howard Aloffett; Duke,
Becky Taylor; Elon, Frank Alasters;
Flora Alacdonald, Jean AYelborn;
Greensboro college. Lib Holt; Guilford,
Stokes Ravelins; High Point, James
Dodson; Hollins, Rhea Sykes; Alere-
dith, Alaribelle Guin; King’s Business
college, Carl Compton; Gate City Busi
ness college, Perriue Bilyeu; Stratford,
Alyrtle Davis; Queen’s-Chicora, Nelle
Bookout; Saint Alary's, xAnnis Hines;
Salem, Alarty Cockfield; State, Paul
Carruthers ; Sweet Briar, Sudie Clark ;
AAG C. LT. N. C., Alitzi Sewell; Brevard,
Jean Davis; Alars Hill, Bill Hemphill;
Lenoir-Rhyne, Laura Broivn; AYilliam
and Alary, Jean Herbert; Farmville
State Teachers, Ruth Alooney; Ran-
dolph-AIacou, Sue AATmbish; E. C. T. 0.,
Charles Bennett; Peace, Ruth Heffner ;
A". P. I., Elfried Pennekamp, AlcClung’s,
David Cates ; Presbyterian Junior col
lege, Bryce Yow; Aloravian, A’'irginia
A’ache; Furman, Charles Lewis; Alary
Baldwin, Anne Hayes: Goucher, Alerri-
mon LeGrande; Sullins, Christine xAl-
len; Oak Ridge, James AA^olfe; AA'ake
Forest, Alark xAltvater; Lees-AIcRae,
Catherine Paris headed the welcome
committee, and Jean Yates was in
charge of introducing the guests.
NEW MEMBERS INITIATED
INTO WRITING SOCIETY
The new members of the Quill and
Scroll club were officially initiated into
the club Tuesday, Alarch 29, at a party
given by the club at the Y. AY. C. A.
The committee in charge of arrange
ments for the party were Jean Berbert,
Imura Jane Liles, Carolyn Ballow, and
Nanc.v O’Brien. After several interest
ing games were played, punch, sand
wiches, and cookies were served.
Air. and Airs. Routh were guests of
the club at the party, while Aliss Pike
and Airs. Betts, advisers of the club,
were also present.
Under the direction of Air. Raymond
Brietz, the G. H. S. Alixed chorus had
charge of the chapel program this week.
Library Has New Books
Books! And more books! Our library
is now well-stocked, with the addition
of 1G8 new books. TTiese include books
on all topics imaginable, such as The
Gran Knight and Six Feet Six under
biography; travel, I Married a Bang&t'
and Last Flight; fiction. Witch Wood,
Keg $ and Cue $, and You Can’t Take
It With You.
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GREENSBORO, N. C.
Due to heart trouble, AA^ade Fox has
dropped out of school, and is now re
cuperating at his home on the High
A Full Assortment Now
Ready for Your Inspection
5 Cents to 35 Cents
Wills Book Store
You are invited to call
and look over the new
books which are now in
stock. You will find
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