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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, High Point, North Carolina T4c High Point Enterprise sunday sept. 24, 1972 at Thomasville High nominations slated tuesday for Homecoming selections by David Haworth i Thomasville neither a student nor a teacher could be found around the Tsas Campus last tuesday As teachers took the Day off to attend a District meeting and students took the Day off to have fun. This Holiday was a Brief one though which gave Way to school once again on wednesday. Homeroom was extended thursday morning to allow a Little political action to take place. This a a action was the election of homeroom officers. This is Only the beginning for tuesday sept. 26, when seniors will make their nominations for Homecoming Queen. The to girls with the most nominations will make up the Homecoming court. The following week All students will vote on the Queen. Each senior vote will count As four votes each Junior three votes by Harriet Fesperman each Sophomore two votes and each freshman one vote. A the City Council is one group that to senior High students does not refer to government. Rather it is the name of the band which will be playing for the Homecoming dance to be held oct. 6. Plans Are being completed for this event which is less than two weeks away. College night of. 9. Is another school affair receiving much attention lately. Guidance Counselor and student Council advisor George Elkins is Busy with sending invitations to institutions of higher learning which May be interested in taking part in our program. The student Council is also making preparations for this night As they will be hosting a dinner for these visitors. Club week scheduled at Central the Tsas debaters will leave thursday. Sept. 28. To attend an All Day workshop at Wake Forest University. Serving As debate coach this year is mrs. Susie Brown who will a taking the group next week. Those going include Norma West Sana Burris Craig Thompson Jay Jasperse Ronda Lovell Chris Capel Penny Fouts. Debbie Veach Randy Samuels Beverly Johnson Robert Reed. Joe Dorety and Jan Huffman. Youth Council report by Jan Garner the interest of tri his club members was evident last wednesday As girls filled mrs. Dinkens study Hall to capacity for the clubs first meeting. The club decided to have a dinner meeting in two weeks and to decide on projects at this time. The tri his will be working some with the Thomasville Myca this year in order to serve the Community better. After a Long seemingly hopeless search for a House High Point youth Council started work this week on ifs annual halloween project haunted House. This year the House is located on w. Green drive behind the Holiday inn. Hannah Hiles and Debbie Beane Are co chairmen of the project. For a successful haunted House it takes the work and cooperation of Allyc members plus help from other teenagers who Are willing to share in the fun of putting a House together. Anyone interested in contributing a few hours of their time should Contact any pc member. Next saturday sept. 30, at to . A youth Council sponsored mini Bike Rodeo will be held at Harvell Park. There will be a motorcycle exhibition to open the Rodeo. Anyone from 6 to 16 May enter the racing and skill Competition. Applications Are available in All schools some stores and from Jim Caplanides at the Parks and recreation office. All participants will be insured but it is suggested that everyone Wear protective clothing. A a reaction a pc affiliated television show will be returning to the air very soot. Any High school students interested in television productions can help. All interested persons should Contact Don Forney at a Gap to or High Point youth Council. Election Day is approaching and pc is strongly urging All teenagers who will be 18 before nov. 7, 1972, to Register to vote. In order to vote in the election this fall your name must be in the books by oct. 9, 1972. To Register see mrs. Elva Small of the election Board in the City county building. Youth Council s next full Council meeting will be held on sept. 28 in room 200 of the City county building. All interested youth from Allen Jay Andrews Central Ragsdale or Westchester Academy Are Welcome to come to the meeting. For information concerning any pc activity feel free to Contact Jim Caplanides youth Council s executive director at the Parks and recreation office. The address is 221 Nathan Hunt or. Cheerleaders led the school in two Pep rallies which were held on Friday. The first one began at 8 around the Flag pole area and the second one at 2 45 in the gym. The class Yelling the loudest at both Pep rallies received the spirit stick. After defeating the Asheboro comets 27-7 last week the bulldogs were ready to take on the greyhounds of Statesville. Tests Are coming up for some Thomasville High students. The freshmen will be Given the Dat sept. 26-27. Sophomore juniors and seniors taking the past Mark off oct. 28 on your calendars All Tsas students who Are interested Are urged to take part in a the Davidson legend which will be held october 7-12 at Finch Field. This is the Story in pageant form of the history of Davidson county As the county s 150 birthday is served. Civic guests for this month Are Steve Over Lions Chuck Fulp rotary Mike Gra Quot Jaycees Charles Reese. Civitts Derrick Morgan ser Toma Rhonda Reed woman s club Vicki Cody Bow and Cathy Bowers Paauw. This week is club week at High Point Central and All clubs that elect their members will be participating. On thursday and Friday students will visit clubs at 3 10 in order to get an idea of the one to which they want to apply. Tom Terrell is the new Sophomore class president. Serving with him will be Marshall Morgan vice president and Anita Rose Secretary treasurer. Central will play two football games this week. On thursday the Junior varsity team will try to beat burling ton Cummings Here at 7 . Friday nights varsity game pits Central against East Forsyth at East at 8 . Good Luck to both and varsity next week brings the annual College Post High school Day on oct. 3. A new feature this year is the invitation to parents to come. This will give them rather than just the students a better idea of Post High school opportunities in the area. Hours Are 9 . To 11 45. Juniors will be gathering information and getting acquainted with colleges whereas seniors will be trying to finalize after High school plans. There will also be a financial Aid officer from a College foundation to talk with any interested Parent or student. Dega and Vica clubs have brought yet another Honor to Central High school. With an exhibit called a Road t o Success a they took a first place in the vocational and Home economics division at the High Point fair. Congratulations poet Richard Chase presented an interesting lecture to second period English classes thursday. In his inimitable Mountain style the collector of a the Jack tales told one of the tales and discussed the old words and other elements of it. Drive in window 700 North main plenty of free parking Call 883-4116 55 Ooi a at Andrews High raiders Welcome Cool weather a sigh of Relief was heard Over the Raider reservation wednesday when the Cool front swept across North Carolina. For the past three weeks sitting in some classes was very much similar to lying in the Sun due to the broken air conditioner. A know where there a a Good opening for a fast Raider like me a this is the caption placed upon another added attraction at Andrews. The attraction is a Glass cased Raider. Picked out by the cheerleaders paid for by the members of the school and glassed by the Andrews Booster club it is part of us All and something of which we All Are truly proud. The Homecoming court has been selected. Connie Allred Betty Bambalis Connie Berger Cindy Campbell Teresa Holland m e i a in e Little Terry Nielson and Jackie Webb Are the senior attendants eligible for the title by Vicki Walker of a Homecoming the Junior attendants Are Sandi Allred Carol Carpenter. Anita Dicken and Terri Warren. Betty Brown Gail Bullock Vicki Michael and Nancy Turner Are the Sophomore attendants. The executive Board is again sponsoring a homeroom door decoration contest. Any homeroom desiring to enter should decorate its door by wednesday sept. 27. Judging will be held on Friday sept. 29. A plaque will be awarded to the winning homeroom. Turning to the sports scene last Friday night our varsity football team trumped Over Burlington Williams with a 26-6 Victory and kept the flame burning with a 19-0 Victory Over Terry Sanford of Fayetteville thursday night. Our baby raiders following the varsity example Defeated the . Team of Burlington by 16-0 and conquered the Reidsville rams with a 30-8 Victory for their first conference game. The lady raiders Defeated Grimsley 3-0, in a Field hockey game held tuesday. Booster buttons went on Sale thursday and can b e purchased by any varsity or . Cheerleader. Senior photo proofs have arrived they will be distributed monday during homeroom. 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