North Carolina Newspapers

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SCOUTS
(oontinued from pag6 one)
Pcout Clarence Hars^avccs, pa
trol leader;
Plorace Tatr^*' leaucx,
and Cla?*- ocout Johnnie
-*> patrol leader,
ihe Troop at present, being
v/ithout a scoutmaster, is under
the supervision of Mr. Eugene
White. There are about fifteen
Scouts in the troop. A program
of unusual features is being
planned for Boy Scout Anniver-
.sary Week.
All the Scouts being interest
ed in advancing, they are work
ing to become first class Scouts
and to increase the number of
■second class Scouts.
FACULTY
(Continued from page one)
Miss
A PARENT’S PRAYER
“P^ar Lordr^^^||^j7
You gave youi;"son' to save the
v.’oHd,
You didn’t count the cost
In blood and sacrifice;
You gave your son that we might
live.
^--.r Lord—
v^aii i UO less ?
i give the world my son
That he may help to .save
things for which your Son
So nobly died.
If when the victory’s won. dear
God,
And you send back my son.
Ill press him to my breast and
thank you. Lord.
joi" your Son,
-.il aadcratand,
And through my tears, rejoice
To know that my son and the Son
of God
Go hand in hand. Amen.”
ildwell is a former instruc-
Count^.Training School in Smith-
field, N. C.
Mr. B. F. Ga7-r-..f+^ graduate of
Hampton Institute and. a former
teacher of agriculture at A. and
T. College in Greensboro, N. C., •
fills the vacancy of Mr. R. d’
Smith who has entered the Armed
Forces of the United States. Mr.
Garreti is also an instructor of
chemistry.
Mrs. R. M. Stanford fills the ^
vaca^y of Miss .1. J. Jones, fcv.
mer tiacher of the fifth and sixth
grades. Mrs. Stanford graduated
from Shaw University in Raleigh,
N. C. She was a former member
of the faculty : JAinsonville
High School in Jonesboro, N. C.
Miss Georgia R. Duncan fills
the vacancy of Mrs. Smith while
Mrs. Smith fills the place of
Miss Johnson. Miss Duncan comes
from Hamlet and ^’r.r a former
teacher at Marlboro County
Trairang School in Beihieiisville,
S. C. She is a g'T-nduc^-e of Fay-
ettevflle Teach.rs College in
Fayetteville, N. C.
Carol lo Be Given
Tuesday, December 19
Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, «
play in three acts, will be given
in the school auditorium, Tuesday
night, December 19, at 8:15
o clock. The program will be di-
r^ted by Mrs. E. S. Ragsdale and
Mr. Robert Hopkins.
The cast of characters is as fol-
lows: Mr. Scrooge, Larry At
water; Bob Cratchit, Joe Durham-
Mrs.. Cratchit, Alice Norwood;
Martfla, Betty Brooks; Fanny Le
nora Geer; Dick, Willia.. Stroud;
Nephew, Otis Pettiford; Peter
Herbert Paylor; Belinda, Thelma
Goins.
Ad,rfssi„„ will h« tree to all.
The students and general public
program
Or the Christmas season.
UNIVERSITY
hardware
East Franklin Street
library
(Continued f'ront page one)
ley. The Negro (Genius, Wuiher-
tiftg heights. Inside Europe
Undercover, New World A-Con^
ing. These are but a small- num
ber of the new additions.
As the library is open through
out tne day, all students have the
opportunity of making their study
periods and recess period count
for something worthwhile. How
ever, while the library w-elcomes
all students, .at the .same time, it
• must have regulations that will
operate for the ben. fit and pleas-
of all who use it. Disorder
has no place in a i.?ad;nj,. room;
i-’is unnecessary talking could
not be permitted in the ^-ary. |
Too, the policy of the library ‘
IS to encourage order anc clean
«
^^mber 18, 194:1'
n
HAPPENINGS IN LITTLE
PLACE
By J. H. Jonett
Our Lord Jesus lived for 30
years amid the little happenirtfs— '''
of the httle Jv^vvn of Nazareth. ^
Little villages spell nut their
stories in small events. And He
the young Priest of Glory, was’
in the carpenter’s shop. He moved
amid humdrum tasks, and petty
cares, and village gossip, and
trifling trade, and He was faith
ful in that which is least. He
wore his crown on other ’'tiran-^
state occasions. It was never off
His brow.
-s
vv’e Gladly Serve You
liness. No one who comt, in to
read should find it necessary to
litter the tables and floor with
waste paper, thus leaving an un
attractive place for those who
come in afterwards.
I am a man who lived in Bethany
with my two sisters. Who am I?
CHAPEL HILL
FL0FJ3T SHOP
OPPOSITE
WESTERN UNION
h
Weaver’s store. Meat
Market & Woodyard
‘Service With A Smile”
BROOKS STREET
-t'
CAROLINA
PRODUCE CO.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables,
Poultr>‘ and Eggs.
—Pho«e 90G6—
HOLLYWOOD THEATRE
GOOD PICTURES AT LOW PRICES
See “WHITE SAVAGE”
—ALWAYS COMFORTABLE—
99
MID-WAY BICYCLE SHOP
repair and rental SERVICE
ben BALDWIN, Prop.
Opposite Hollywood Theatre
Va
>4
FOR
Bicycle Paris and Accessories; Aufo Parts and
Accessories; Tires Recapped and Repairs
—VISIT—
PATTERSONvfIRE COMPANY
421 JVest Fra\,klj„ stre^
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