April 8, 1938
Full name: Suclie Grabam Clark.
Ambition ; Conductor of European tours.
Pet aAmrsion : Buttermilk.
Usually seen: Carolina Theatre (bal
Full name : Robert Henry McNeely.
Pet aversion : Moocbers.
Usually seen: “Fountaineering.”
Full name: Mary Wood Swain.
Ambition: Nelson Eddy’s leading lady.
Pet aversion : Waiting!!!
Usually seen: At tbe movies.
Full name: Louise Baker Lineberrj’.
Ambition: Great dancer.
Pet aversion: People who eat in the
Usually seen : Everywhere.
Full name: Frances Elaine Bartlett.
Pet aversion: Gossipers.
Hobby: Bowlin.g and tennis.
L'sually seen: Bowling Alley.
Full name: Robert Alpha Bishop, Jr.
Ambition: Airplane pilot.
Pet aversion: Times when he can’t get
Hobby: Fishing; golf.
Usually seen: With the girls.
Full name : Julia Carolyn Ballow.
Ambition: To be a genius.
I’et aversion : Galoshes.
Usually seen: Meyer’s Tea Room.
Full name: James Taylor Dodson.
Ambition: Commercial illustrator.
Pet aversion : Spinach.
Hobb.v: Drawing caricatures.
Usually seen: Yes.
Full name: Ann Galloway Mebane.
Ambition: Marry for money.
I*et aversion: Boys who think they’re
doin.g you a favor by asking you for
Hobby: Swimming, horseback riding.
Usiially seen: With Bennj" Stewart.
LAST P.-T. A. MEETING
OF YEAR BIG SUCCESS
Activities at G. H. S. Demonstrated for
Benefit of Parents; Cunningham
Is New President.
Air. Charles D. Cunningham was
elected president of tbe Greensboro
Senior High Pareiit Teachers’ associa
tion Tuesday ni.ght when the last meet
ing of tbe 1037-1938 school year was
held at this school. He will succeed
Airs. Ben S. Ginsberg in the chair.
Other officers selected were as follows:
Airs. Estes, vice-president; Airs. Regi
nald Starr, secretary; Aliss Lesley,
treasurer; Airs. D. A. Fiske, member
Other chairmen selected were as fol
lows : Publications, Airs. R. B. Byrd;
pul)licity. Airs. Harry Lewis; room rep
resentatives, Airs. AI. A. Bearden, Airs.
L. AI. Ilipp; social. Airs. Hugh Leake;
standards. Rev. J. A. Apache; welfare
representatives, Aliss Dorothy AIcNairy
and’ Aliss Alary Ellen Blackmon.
Following the short business session,
the mixed chorus, under the direction
of Air. Raymond Brietz, presented sev
eral selections. Then, a glimpse of the
activities at G. H. S. was shown the
parents as the manual training depart
ment, both art classes, the typing de
partment, chemistry lab, and home eco
nomics department were fired into
action and groups of busy students and
teachers reenacted the familiar school
Marshals for Graduation Exercises
Irene AIcCunj", January, 1933, sailed
from New York last Alonday week for
a ten-day vacation in Bermuda.
Pictured above are the 24 students elected recently from the semes
ter five and six session rooms to serve as marshalsi for graduation exer
cises. At left is demure Jane Murray Avhom the marshals elected as
Thrills and Horrors of Research Are
Experienced by Miss Pike’s Classes
“Have you seen that gold mine near
“No, where? AA'ill you go with me
and show me?”
“There’s one near Pleasant Garden.”
“Yes, I know that one.”
“Did you know Albion Tourgee was
a writer as well as a carpet-bagger?”
“He was a lawyer, too. He once ran
“I’ve just read one of his books, A
Fool’s Errand l)y One of the Fools.”
“Yiek’s started in the same drug
store in Avhich O. Henry first Avorked.”
“AAffis O. Henry really born on the
spot Avliere the Alasonic Temple iioaa'
“That’s a debatable question.”
No wonder Aliss Pike finds it some-
Avhat difficult to get her class doAvn to
serious Avork on the Angles and Saxons
and Chaucer and BeoAvulf and parti
ciples and footnotes and book reports
Avbeu the class is so concerned about
finding material on such subjects as
“Gold Alines in and Around Greens
boro,” Avhich is occupying tbe time and
thoughts of Broadus Troxler.
“The Development of A^icks Chemical
Company” is being handled by Rebecca
Hines. (And, by tbe Avay, A^icks is
pleased AAutb Rebecca’s AAmrk to the ex
tent of sending her an abundance of
materials, and a request for her paper
Avhen it is completed.)
Bob Byrd, Stokes RaAAdins, and Bill
AA^ashington are digging up tbe ghost
of Albion Tourgee, tbe most hated of
Greensboro Avriters, while Albee Fulton
and AValter AVoods are searching old
records and interAueAving interesting old
citizens, of Greensboro in their en
thusiasm for getting every bit of avail
able information from first hand
sources on the life of Greensboro’s most
beloved author, O. Henry, or AATll Por
ter as he AA'as knoAvn to contemporaries.
Frank Alasters is learning all he can
about Richard B. Harrison, of Green
Pastures’ fame Avho one time lived in
Alitzi ScAvell says if people Avould
only pause long enough to listen, John
Charles AIcNeil Avould sing his Avay
into the hearts of all North Carolina
AA’ith his Lyrics From Cotton Land and
8ongs Merry and Sad.
Oh, all this is talk about senior-term
papers -— requirements for graduation
you laiOAV, in Avhicii one is to learn the
thrills and horrors of research and
footnotes and organization and Avhat
In this particular English 8 class of
Aliss Pike’s, most of the subjects are
of local interest and the subjects and
the interest are threatening to run
aAvay Avith tbe course. There are also
a number of topics relating to the
themes old and iicaa" in Greensboro and
the Old North State Avhich claim time
and attention of the class not men
tioned in this article.
THREE G. H. S, STUDENTS
TO TAKE DRAMA COURSE
G. II. S. Avill be represented at tbe
dramatics course at tbe UniA'ersity of
North Carolina by Alary PoAver Frazier,
Alartba Hornaday, and Elizabeth Dea
ton. They aauII attend tbe session for
six AA^eeks, beginning June 13.
They Avill study acting, playAvriting,
costuming, and make-up. These funda
mentals are to be taught by experts.
In addition special lectures Avill be
given by Dr. Fredericlc Koch, Paul
Green, J. Flenry Ilighsmith, and others
Avell-versed in theater arts.
FOOTPRINTS IN THE
It certainly looked queer, — there
Avere about 20 of them, and no tAvo
alike. Of course, this Avouldn’t lunm
been so unusual except for the fact
that they usually traA^el in pairs. One
Avithout another is like coffee Avitbout
cream,—like Easter Avitbout lilies, like
. . . like . . . ob, Avell, Avhat difference
does it make? Tbe girls in Aliss Sted-
man’s sixth period class AA’ere only
studying outlines of their oaaui feet and
shoes to determine Avhether they (the
shoes) fitted properly. In this case, I
guess one footprint is O.K. — Avbat’s
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BIOGRAPHY CLASS HAS
COMPLETED ART STUDY
Mrs. Braswell, Andeau, and Miss Kneece
Give Lectures on Types of Art;
STUDY IS CLOSED BY UNIT TEST
Tdie Biograph.v class has just com
pleted an extensive study of three
phases of art: paintiirgs, architecture,
and sculpture. In accordance Avitb tbe
Avork on famous artists and their mas
terpieces, a visit to tbe Federal xlrt
center Avas made by each student of
the class. A collection of reproduc
tions of the paintings studied proved to
be a helpful asset to the course.
During the course of study on paint
ings, Airs. BrasAvell gaA^e a lecture on
“Art Appreciation.” The principles of
art and color design AA’ere stressed.
Mrs. BrasAA-ell brought a collection of
reproductions from the C. U. N. C.
art department. The modern artists,
Cezanne and A"an Gogh AA^ere tbe main
masters mentioned in this talk.
Continuing the class AVork, the stu
dents’ attention Avas next turned to
architecture. Aliss Kneece spoke on her
recent Ausit to the Art Institute of Chi
cago and Airs. Thorn’s miniature rooms.
The latter subject Avas discussed in full
and Avas accompanied by picture's of
fered for inspection by the speaker.
To conclude the study Aliss Kneece
talked on the sculpture appearing in
tbe Brookgreen Gardens, near George-
toAAUi, S. C. AATtb this talk Emil
Schlosser shoAved moving pictures of
tbe gardens to the class.
Tbe class Avas giA’eu a unit test in
Avbich tbe.y Avere required to identify
many of tbe pictures studied.
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