‘HIGH” LIFE, DECEMBER 20, 1920.
‘POE A GEEATBR G. H. S.”
Pounded by the class of ’21
Published Eyery Other Week by the Students of the Greensboro High School
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second-class matter at the Greensboro, N. C., post office, now pending.
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authorized December 10, 1920.
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Look and see who makes this paper possible by advertising in it, and then trade
There is some talk of a committee being
appointed to examine the books of all or
ganizations twice during the year. We
think this would be a very good plan. All
large organizations have this done and it
is nothing but right to the respective or-
Can the students of the school refrain
from going to the store during short recess,
or will the faculty have to make some rule
providing such! We hope that there will
l)e no such rule made, and by the support
of the school we feel it will not be neces
Everyone is able to see and appreciate
the marked improvement of the conduct in
the Cafeteria. This has not been as good
in tlie past as it might have been, but with
the changes in arrangement we believe
tliat the conduct will be a great deal bet
ter in the future.
They lost in Monroe by hard luck. We
have always heard it said that if a team
fought a clean fight and lost they had won
a victory in one sense of the word if not in
another.. We are glad to hear people who
saw tlie game say that it was a game of
pure sports from start to finish.
We are glad to see that the whole school
is taking so much interest in athletics.
Never before in the history of G. H. S. has
athletics meant so much to the life of the
school. The football of the past and the
basket ball at the present are the two main
things we hear of about the school now.
The interest in the basket ball has already
started and the faculty and members of
the student body are trying to work out
some plan so that the members of the dif
ferent classes may develop their athletic
SENIORS AND RINGS
The Seniors have at last selected and
ordered their class rings. The seal to be
used on the rings was decided upon six
weeks ago, but the style of the ring was
not decided upon at that time—whether it
be hammered Roman gold or plain gold.
Iljifortunately we were delayed six weeks
in getting the samples of these tw'o rings.
The two rings were put before the class, of
which one was to be selected. ..lost every
one chose the hammered Roman gold ring,
wli’ch is truly a very handsome design.
The ring bears the letters G. H. S., at
tractively designed, wdth a lamp of knowl
edge in the center of the ring and the fig
ures 1921 at the bottom.
The rings were ordered from the Chas.
H. Elliot Co., of Philadelphia, w'ho has so
fargiven us a very good deal.
JUNIOR HIGH’S SURPRISE
Since the fii-st of the year the four
classes of the Junior High have been con
testing in Spelling. ' Each week class me
dians and averages have been taken and
much interest has been inspired.
Last week it was suggested that a ‘ ‘ Spell
ing Banner ” be made that would show the
standing of the different classes from
week to week, the banner each week to be
in the classroom of the winner for the pre
Some of the A class girls volunteered to
make the banner as best they could with
Real boys, who require good shoes, here
is your opportunity to get the best at a very
Hurley Cordovan Shoes
Those shoes have been selling all the sea
son for $18.00 and $19 00. They are real
shoes and a great bargain. “Ask the man
who wears them.”
Other leathers and styles at reducedprices.
J. M. HENDRIX & CO.
“The Home of Good Shoes ’
223 South Elm Street Greensboro, N. C.
the material that the pupils would find in
their mothers’ scrap bags. 4
Howard Wimbish showed some enthusi
asm over the banner at home and his fath
er and mother absorbed the good spirit.
On Thursday Mrs. Wimbish sent us a
most exquisite banner mounted on blue
satin background and hand decorated in
white and silver.
The following letter of thanks has been
written to Mr. and Mrs. Wimbish in an
effort to express our appreciation :
Junior High School,
Dec. 8, 1920.
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Wimbish:
In behalf of the boys and girls of the
Junior High School won’t you allow me to
thank you for the beautiful Spelling Ban
ner which you so graciously furnished and
made for us?
We appreciate Howard’s enthusiasm and
your interest in the making of the banner.
The four grades have been talking about
how they would take the banner away
have contributed a great deal to the spirit
fi’om each other. We assure you that you
of the Junior High School, and have awak
ened in us a greater desire for work.
Thanking you again for your interest
and kindness, I am.
7th Grade A,
Junior High School.
MEN TEACHERS OF GUILFORD
HEAR DR. ANGELL
The last meeting of the ‘‘Schoolmasters’
Club” was held on the evening of Dec. 3,
with a supper in the High School Cafete
ria. The guest of honor was Dr. Angell,
English lecturer and political candidate,
who spoke later at the State College.
The Schoolmasters’ Club is an organiza
tion of men engaged in educational work
in the public schools of Greensboro and
Guilford county, and in the various col
leges located in the county. The member
ship includes the men of the .High School
ENJOYABLE PARTY GIVEN
BY ROOM 1, ANNEX B.
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, Room 1, Annex B,
taught by Miss Inabelle Coleman, gave a
delightful party at the home of Miss Jenny
Lind Penn on Church street.
During the time spent a number of in
teresting games were played. First, a
music game was thoroughly en.ioyed,-Miss
Margaret Pritchett winning the prize, a
box of candy.
Next a contest on seeing who, could get
the most words out of “Thanksgiving,”
Miss Virginia Beaeham winning the prize.
Progressive conversation afforded much
pleasure. It was decided that Mr. Roy
-Bumpass and Miss -Virginia Beaeham were
the most attractive speakers present, both
winning a prize of a box of candy.
After a delightful course of refresh
ments the guests departed.
Prospects for an Annual this year are
very bright. The Seniors are determined
to have one and they want the very best.
Estimates are being prepared by printers
and photographers will soon be ready.
As soon as these are finished work will be
gin at oneeon assembling the material.