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V" 1 . lUp Hish School Department EDITORIAL STAFF JoSGPBINt HCOB : Edltor-to-Chlef Fannik Mams Grthftm Society Editor Coortt GruzaW Powell Society Editor William Jackson : Athletic Editor Roland Johnson -i- Cutoonitt Miss Hooks : Faculty Advisor VI"1 I I i r. 0 ' ITEMS i The lt attraction of the Post .Lyceum Course will be on Friday night, April 22, 1921. the New York Glee Club ranks .apgong the best quartets in the iQpjptry and we feel quite fortu ieetohave secured them , for -wr final attraction. . ' fbere were pictures last Fri .4 night in the school auditor ittW. Chas. Ray played in "String Beans." - -Everyone seemed to enjoy the picture ex tremely.. We will have Mary Pickford next Wednesday night in "Ama rilly of Clothesline Alley." The Powell and Graham Liter ary Societies will have their pre liminary debates in the two so cieties next meeting. The final debate will be for the public sometime in May. There will be an exciting base ball game next Wednesday af ternoon between the Roanoke Rapids and Emporia grammar '."tips, school teams. I others The High School bys were de feated in a, game with Macon Tuesday afternoon. The score was 10 to 7 in favor of Macon. A Field Trip Excitement reached a high pitch Tuesday morning when it was announced in the eighth grade science class that they were to go on a field trip with Miss Coble, the science teacher, ana a visitor, Miss Hoitman, as sistant botanist of the University of North Carolina. When the class reached the ca nal they separated into groups to hunt for flowers. We found many different kinds, fire pinks, bluets, columbine, coral honey suckle, oakballs, lillies, butter- Csafcal School Auditorium HT New York Glee Club TONIG A Lyceum attraction of unusual merit and the la$ number this season. Admission Only 50c and 25c Coins Out and Hear Them primroses, and many.cise, and the clergy Une pupil found a rag- wed robin, the first found this joar. should not frown upon Sunday games for those who cannot play them on other days. For those -a small The pupils in . the class are number since the war - who pressing the wild, flowers found spend their week in idleness, 1 t M .. I l I 1 I'l , at in our wooaa and some oi the pu- one snouia iiKe to prescribe se pus have very attractive note books. These trips do not only famil iarize us with the wild flowers but teaches us to appreciate the rich woodlands around our town. Joe Wafford, '24. Sunday Games and Sunday Rest Sunday should be "a day for tuning up the health of soul, mind, and body together." That it does not now fulfill this func tion is because it is treated sim ply as a day of idleness. The old fashioned idea that every thing clothes, books, children's games - ought to be changed on Sunday, has some wisdom in it. That "the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath," unquestionably represents the christian view of the Fourth Com mandment. There is no connec tion between the Hebrew Sab bath and the Christian Sunday, and Sunday is shown by its his tory to be a human not a divine institution. It is not the Jewish Sabbath transferred . Its objects are, first, devotion, then rest In support of the recreational idea of Sunday, Dean W. R. In ge of St Paul's Cathedral, Lon don, says: ' 'All people if they only knew it need a breath of country air and a sight of the green fields, and as they work all the week, Sun day is the only day thev have to secure this essential part of life. Nobody can object to the bicy cling clubs which exist to grati fy this desire in company. Others want to read books. There is no reason why they should be re ligious books." A few may want violent exer- vere Puritan Sunday. Cooper Grizzard, '22 Queries is If Paul is green and William red, is Howard Gray? Is Grace Brown? If Francis shooud laugh, would Bain Hal? If Fred had a pony, would Eva saddler? (Sadler) If Dorothy has an automobile has Joe Waf (a) ford? If Cooper gives a party Josephine Goin' (en) ? If Sammie becomes a hatter, will Mamie still be a Glover? If Olivia is a Rook, is Merle a Bell? If Robert is a tailor (Taylor) is Ruth a Mason? If Fannie gets good Marks, will Mabel Moore? If Miss Mendenhall goes fish ing, will she carry Hook3? If Hobert Powell studies Wil liam May. If Pentley should get on the honor roll, would CleophusBray? DR. PAISLEY FIELDS DENTIST Over Weldon Drag Co. Weldon, N. C. Miss Mind Smoot Notary Public Office, of Muon. Long ind Matthaw. Roanoke Rapidi, N. C. A Rat That Didn't Smell After Being Dead for Three Month " I swear it was dead ttirfc months," write! Mr. J. Sykn (N . J .) . " 1 saw this rat every day: put soon Rat-Snap behind a barrel. M nnths afterwards, my wife looked behind the barrel. 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