High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 4 1972, Page 42

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 4, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ioc High Point Enterprise sunday june 4, 1972central High had successful year tit i 1�?�?o Quot Quot Juel move Reg to 46 x12 -2 bedroom front amp rear Mobile Home a gun Furnace a electric Range 60�?Tx12�?T 3 bedroom front amp rear i i Baths Mobile Home a elec. Range a gun Furnace free set up on these units this week to Ville Mobile Home sales inc. Though it seems like it started Only yesterday High Point centrals 1 9 7 1 1 9 7 2 school year is almost completely Over. From Start to finish it was an interesting Yea we started in late August and found that there was More fun in the Sun than in the classroom but we had to stick to the latter. The first Friday night came though and we were made aware of the fact that Central was to have one of its Best football teams in history. They were Good indeed and they breezed through the regular season with a 9-1 record Good enough to enter the state playoffs. Meanwhile Back in the classroom the students had adjusted a Little More and executive Board and inter club Council started picking up steam. The last three weeks of the football season were hectic As students and faculty ventured Over the state to see our football team play. First Raleigh Sanderson the Wilson Fike and finally North Forsyth. At Bowman Gray stadium the night of the state championship game the crowd supporting Central was Large enough to fill the East grandstand and the Central supporters saw Only one play they hated a 0 00 on the clock and the football sailing Over the crossbar from 32 Yards out. Football had ended and Winter sports were next on the Agenda in sports but work was going on also in student Council seniors were Busy finalizing their College plans. Mid term exams popped up about 18 Days after return and the big exemption that everyone had worked and hoped for fell thru. In fact plans for the exams weren to announced until it was almost exam time. By Larry Dawalt finishing touches painted on 4 years Standrew High Well it took 179 school Days to do it. But we have finally come to our last school Day which is tomorrow monday june 5, 1972. This is a Day which will be remembered by approximately 297 people or the graduating senior class of Andrews. For the seniors it will be a time of Joy and of sadness Joy because it opens the doors to a new and exciting world of College or perhaps some Type of work but no matter what happens after graduation it will be full of new challenges and dreams. There will also be sadness caused by leaving Andrews for the last time. It will be a Little hard to leave and done to let any senior Tell you it Isnit. The Best years f my life along with most of the other seniors have been spent at Andrews and each senior will be leaving behind a Small part of himself we have made Andrews a better school and the school has made us much better people just by simply going to it. There will be Many teachers who have helped us tremendously to say Good Bye to. We have tone Many outstanding things at Andrews and How it is time to continue doing these things in the outside world. It is our privilege to have As our speaker for the graduation ceremonies Grimsley t. Hobbs or. Hobbs is the president of Guilford College and is very much in touch with the Young people of this state. Hobbs holds a pm. D. Degree from Duke an m a. From Haverford College in Pennsylvania and an a b. From Guil Ford. He has memberships in the Greensboro rotary club drug action Council Myca Board of directors and United Community services Board of directors. Music for the program will be supplied by the Andrews band under the direction of or. J. Y. Bell. The current news around Andrews is that of final exams which can really be bad if your mind is already on that vacation trip to the Beach or that relaxing thought of knowing that soon you will be Able to take it easy. The sophomores Are beginning to think they Are pros on the subject and juniors Are looking Forward to their senior year because As everyone knows the senior year is the easiest just done to let any seniors hear that. Seniors Are taking the final exams in stride for the first time in their school career i probably because seniors Are not having the final exams this year graduation practice was held on thursday morning from to to i and it went so i Well that teachers decided that it would be a waste of time to have any More. Congratulations go to the Andrews baseball team which made school history last saturday As it advanced to the state finals before being i beaten by a very Good 1 Wilmington Hoggard team although it took them All three games in the series before winning the series two games to one. And now we come to the time that will be hard for me and that is to say Good Bye to All my hopefully innumerable readers. I want to thank each one of you who stuck with my column and read it each sunday and i Hope that you will do the same next year also. I just want to say Good Luck to each one of you and May god bless. By Jeff King basketball did not draw As Well As Central As in the past but the team did have a winning season and represented the school Well in the playoffs. The state basketball championship tournament or girls was held in the Central gym and executive Board sponsored a program which they sold at the tourney. The program made a very successful Money making project. With Spring came baseball and another Good team but Spring also brought some new things in inter club Council one of which was the new Standard evaluation for clubs which will go into effect next year. Executive Board produced centrals first a in school Talent show and though it Wasny to that much of a Success a lot of work went into the project. In april new officers were elected to serve As leaders of student Congress next year and the class officers were also chosen. The cheerleaders editors of the publications club officers and other leaders were chosen so the school is ready to give it another go round next year. After commencement monday night it will All be Over seniors will depart and the Cycle of secondary education will keep rolling on. Sure cure for Home seller a headache. 201 Church Avenue a dial 883-1456 see. Carl Wray Bill Price pop Price Al Miller Larry Seay or Eugene Anderson Lexington ave. Mph. 475-2156 a Thomasville n. C. A multitude of Farah s twill knit Slacks will be dad s Surprise this father s Day. Flare Cut straight leg Flap pockets or whatever his preference dad will certainly took Bright and in perfect fashion for his special Day. Farah stuck j Imoto Witiw Westchester mall father s Day Cpru Fei

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