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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1925, High Point, North Carolina A High Point Enterprise october 23. 192> club not la Peculiar person to teachers rank old South faces emote state North Carolina rapidly eliminating the under trained teacher is not so Long ago she was so considered says mrs. Bowles Statesville oct. 22�? apr the time when women who were members of a woman s club were considered a was a Peculiar creatures a to gone and the woman a sphere today has been enlarged with the modern View of life today declared mrs. M. G. Bowles of this City former president of the woman a club of this City. It been a very Long while ibid mrs. Bowles when a woman a who was known As a club woman i school facts a department Public was considered one who neglected i cation just issued. Ber Home and children and her the figures show a phenomenal Church but today a a woman is Raleigh oct. 22.�? a win three More years there will be no teachers North Carolina s Public schools who have educational qualifications of less than graduation from a Standard High school if the present rate of decrease the number of these so called nonstandard teachers employed the j Public schools continues during the next three years at the same rate j maintained during the past five years. This is shown by figures compiled the office of the state superintend of Public instruction and published the current Issue of state i University does not know How to proceed to save third oldest Structure a thought a Little Odd if she Isnit identified with some of the Greet woman a movements of the a the majority of the millions of a Lub women of America a said mrs. Bowles a Are Home keepers the makers of men and the Honor of our nation. They Are women of judgment and achievement Busy women whose every hour must count Quot whose precious moments must be carefully planned to accomplish the multitudinous duties devolving upon them who must discriminate the endeavours outside the being a club woman declared mrs. Bowles is no easy task a but i one of the definite duties and re Apons abilities. The world now credit her As a member of society a newly awakened citizen with some Earnest purpose and her influence is Felt and her endorsement sought All branches of civic and social discussing the a danger of the Tolfe and Mother engrossed her Home life and the value of the it Lubs to the women themselves mrs. Bowles said a a women recognize the danger of the wife and Mother engrossed household affairs Little by Little allowing the Walls of life to narrow my close about her shutting out fhe Light of outside comradeship flaking a prison of what should Beer highest Joy. It is not the Hest Mother who limits her endeavours to the four Walls of her Home. By rapid decrease the number of teachers the Public schools of less education than graduation from a Standard High school. The decrease the City schools it is shown is More rapid than the Rural communities but there is a big decrease both types of schools. 1919-20 there were 5.348 nonstandard Rural White teachers and 320 non Standard City White teachers. comparison during the past school year the numbers had decreased to 1,653 Rural and 67 City non Standard White teachers. The percentage of decrease is figures by state school facts As 69 the Rural schools and 7 99 the City schools. the negro schools there has likewise been a decrease though not so rapid As the White schools. The percentage of decrease the negro schools during the past year is shown to have been 14.7 and the negro City schools 59 per cent. At the present rate says the publication there will be nonstandard White teachers the City schools two years the Rural schools three years the negro City schools four years and the negro Rural schools it is estimated that at the present rate of decrease it will take 29 years to eliminate the non Standard teachers. Cattle tested Raleigh oct. 23. Apr three thousand sit Hundred nine herds of cattle were tested for to Vry inc �?�w4 7 Bercu Losis during the month of fihe needs to make occasional sex r,.n,. Eur Sions to the outside to bring to Ber husband and children the larger View of life the breadth of vision that comes with Contact with other minds and but aside from the value of the clubs to the women themselves mrs. Bowles believes the women owe a service to the Community As much As the men do and that clubs afford Opportunity for women collectively to Render that service. A it is the club woman a privilege a she said a to strive for greater enlightenment to lend a hand for civic betterment to promote Community ideals to Foster interest and sympathy among women and to put into the common atmosphere Sof society All the elements of Hope Aud service that it wanted clean White rag. Apply at Enterprise. September North Carolina a summary of the tuberculosis eradication work the various states compiled by the Bureau of animal Industry of the United states department of agriculture and just received Here shows. The total number of cattle tested during the month this state was 8.411. Of this number 35 cattle Are reported to have reacted to the test. Chapel Hill oct. 20.�?-the South building the third oldest building the University of North Carolina Campus May be demolished or rec6n3tructed the near future. What shall be done about it is one of the most perplexing questions the trustees building committee and University officials have Ever faced. It was decided last Spring that old South would be converted from student quarters into the administration building leaving the alumni building for classrooms. When the building experts made a thorough inspection of old South however they found its Walls such condition that they advised against putting new Woodwork until something could be done to insure greater safety. Atwood and Nash the University a architects and engineers got Busy with estimates and reported two alternatives to tear the building Down and replace it with one of exactly the same design and location or to save the exterior and reconstruct the Interior. As usual Money is a big Factor the solution of the problem and with Only $800,000 allotted to the University for buildings and other permanent improvements for this and next year a Good Deal of which has already been used up. The question of where expenditures shall be made is a most serious one. It is reported that the Interior reconstruction plan which involves strengthening the foundations Calls for greater expenditure than would the erection of a new building. At the last meeting of the building committee one or two of the members said they were opposed to trying to save the South for the Sake of sentiment that if the partial reconstruction Cost More they favored tearing it Down. President Chase is known to be strongly of the opinion that the exterior of the South should be preserved. W. C. Coker chairman of the faculty committee grounds and buildings thinks likewise. Without doubt opinion Chapel Hill is heavily against demolition and people Here believe that a vast majority of the alumni. If they had Opportunity to express themselves would oppose it. Although the chances seem to be that some Way will be found to save the Shell of the South the fact that its destruction has been suggested teems to justify the Assumption that the old building is actually danger. Those who done to want it Tom Down say that if the first reconstruction plan is too expensive it should be abandoned and a less costly plate should be devised. The Case of the old East while it May not be parallel All details is generally parallel. The Engineer found a Way to save the old East by building a Concrete Structure the inside of it. The Cornerstone of the South was Laid april 14, 1798, Blore than 127 years . Interesting pamphlet Raleigh oct. 23. Map a a Protection of plants the Ukraine is the translated title of a 76-Page pamphlet received Here the state department of agriculture from the government of the Ukraine. The pamphlet written the language of that country which uses the greek alphabet gives one idea of what is of interest to ukrainian Farmers by virtue of the fact that the sub titles thru out the Book Are All translated into English. Even the translation some cases however is far from Clear. One sub title for example translated a from the redaction. Other sub to Lulea include the following it Quot sketch of the combat nos of injurious insects and diseases of plants the Ukraine 1924 a injurious insects and the Cobnis with them the gov. Of Karbow 1924 a about weeds the gov. Of Hargow 1924�?� a about the Funada mental directions of the experimental Phytopathology work a a about bunt different sorts of Spring wheat a about measures against the hessian Fly Quot Rome specimens of the Tene Brion idae As injurious sects for wheat Corn beet and other plants fluctuations the life of the principal injurious insects Ukraine a for Beauty s. C. Vuncannon 120 Hamilton St. Phone 2907 wiring by experts Howell electric co. Fixtures and supplies 114 North Wrenn Street phone 2382 repairing Send your watch to a. Well put it shape so that it will keep proper time let us serve iou Chaa. E. Hayes co. Too. Main St. Photic 294fc jewellers yes we sell Good Coal. We make prompt deliveries. We guarantee satisfaction. When coals Calls Spencer Coal co. 1002 w. Broad Street phone 7300 your warmest Friend is City fuel co. Well keep you warm Telephone no. 335 guaranteed Vulcanizing lire service co. Phone no 212 e. High for Good Coal phone 354 Siceloff ice amp Coal co. A distinct new Novelty $6.95 a new pump Black velvet Rhoda pump spiked or baby Louise Heel with a nifty Little metallic Bow front made especially for us. Other shoe stores ask much More for shoes of this character but we insist giving High Quality at reasonable prices always. Be sure to see this new Novelty j it Ideal shoe store Corner main and Washington Sis. Quot Mere is it Quot important papers deserve Safe keeping rent a Safe Deposit Box for convenience and Security Safe Deposit boy fort aft croat it per far # commercial National Bank capital and surplus botel resources 21,000,000.00 910,000400.09 save Broadhurst theater Beautiful opposite Sheraton tonight at 7 and 9. Saturday theater opens at i of clock admission until 6 p. A. Adults. 25c, children 10c. Night adults 35c, children 15c Buck Jones a Timber Wolf the latest Western sensation. Done to miss it. Also a play Ball a and a Zowie a the marvelous comedy picture you see with glasses suites for every room no matter what room you want to furnish we have just the suites that you Are looking for at the prices you want to pay. Come and let us show you through the wide Range of patterns we have Here for you. Your credit is Good too. It is mighty easy for someone to Tell you to save but Many of us cannot save unless we have something coming due that we feel we must meet the Day. That is what building amp loan does for you. The new shares of Stock Are now open for subscription the Perpe Ual building amp loan association. Come and subscribe to As Many As you can conveniently carry. It pays 6% and is absolutely Safe. The High Point perpetual building and loan association vat the commercial National Bank v. A. J. Idol c. H. Ellis View p. And Trow. Secretary la to i for. pay chit of your income we will be glad to figure with you and furnish your Home our easy credit plan. Come and lets talk it Over. We have a Beautiful Range of furniture patterns that we know you la appreciate and you done to have to pay Cash. See us for stoves and blankets we have displayed for your approval a big display of stoves and blankets. Cold weather is with us now and a Nice warm stove certainly feels comfortable these Cool evenings mornings too let us show you what we have stoves and we know you la like what we have. Any size and design and at Low prices. Our Blanket displays include any pattern that you might want. Many colors to select from. Come and let us Supply you with your requirements this respect our prices sure mighty reasonable. Coffield furniture company i of your credit is Good Here 141 South Wrenn Street phone 2831 Atlantic Bank amp Trust co. 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