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WANTED — A spit curl. — Katharine McLean.

WANTED — A ticket for Utopia. — Catharine Johnston.

Wanted — One score in the hockey game. — Seniors or Sophomores.

WANTED — A topic for disagreement. — Scotty and Claudia.

WANTED — An aid to memory. — May Washburn.

For Sale — Suggestion for arrangement of coiffures. — E. Shore.

To Let — One hundred empty-headed stenographers. — E. J. Forney.



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WANTED — To know why everybody laughed in mass-meeting when L. Wade said:
"If you don't keep this rule, you will be dealt with, with a board"? — M. Lawrence.

To Let — The privilege of breaking any rule while I am gone to West Point. —
L. Loetsch.

WANTED — A class in American Literature that will make an average of a grade
of 15 on oral tests. — A. C. Hall.

For Sale — "A" excellent vocabulary. Reason for selling, unsuited for scientific
pursuits. — E. Boyte.

WANTED — A new philosophy of life to meet with the changing needs of the day. —
The Faculty.

WANTED — An explanation and illustration of the meaning of the word fastidious.
(Note — Webster's definition is inadequate.) — H. West.

For Sale — Forty theses against married life. — Miss Mayer.

Wanted — Faces by the Seniors who teach Primary Work. (Note — These faces
will be used to complete the rag dolls.)

WANTED — To hear Marvin Cackle Lowder. — M. W. Abernethy.

1-OR Sale — Three surplus words from printing the newspaper. — F. Miller.



Spontaneous Wit



Sophomore (to Freshman) : "You are beginning French, aren't you?"
Freshman: "Yes."

Sophomore: "Oh, well, you have New Chardenal, don't you?"
Freshman: "No, my teacher is Mile. Koehler."

* * *

Mr. Hall (to M. B. P.): "Have you ever been in love?"
M. B. P.: "Why, er— er— urn."

Mr. Hall: "That's all right; you need not answer. I'll find out for myself whe
we begin to study 'The Broken Heart'."

* * *

Senior (to Training School boy) : "What two parts must a sentence have?"
Training School Child: "A capital letter and a period."



Pate tao hunJral ffla-fo




Great Discovery in the Scientific World
The long-sought has been found. The "Missing Link" between the ape and
monkey has been discovered by a North Carolina College girl. If the fountains in
Spencer had not gone dry, we would never have known thai Ethel Boyte was the
"Missing Link." While drinking water from a cup, someone noticed Ethel Boyte's
hands gripped around the cup in a manner that had never been noticed in man or monkey,
consequently, our college has the distinction of having the "Missing Link."



E. Wilson (looking fondly at a big saucer of ice cream during Sunday dinner)
mountain, but I can move it."



This



E. S. (to L. Farmer) : "You know my complexion has gone to seed since
Christmas."

L. Farmer: "Why?"

E. S. : "My Hinds' and Almond Cream froze Christmas day and hasn't thawed
yet, and this is the sixth of January."

* * *

A Suggestion
As to the New Building occupants: Only invalids and chronic sufferers should be
confined herein, because, first, the distance from New Building to the class rooms is the
proper amount for an invalid to walk; second, the fountains in New Building always
run hot water instead of cold, and hot water is a very good tonic for indigestion.

* * *

J. Rankin (to seventh grader in Training School) : "What is your opinion of
Herodotus as a historian?"

Seventh Grader: "Search me."

J. R. : "I'll search you tomorrow."



E. B., going home on train crowded with "Carolina boys," felt somebody else's
hand in the other end of her muff. She collected her thoughts and said: "Young
gentleman, I'll give you just twenty minutes to take your hand out of my muff."



The Art Room
The Junior Art Room has begun something new. They are selling canned light-
ning bugs to the music pupils on the third floor of New Building. The Art Room claims
that canned lightning bugs are much better than flashlights to light the music pupils from
the practice hall to their elevated domiciles.



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Miss K. (to P. Gabriel, coming in to ask a permission): "Is your name Angell?"

P. Gabriel: "No, it's Gabriel."

Miss K. (dazedly) : "I wonder if I am dreaming."

* * *

C. D. W. (assigning a spelling lesson to seventh grade in Training School) : "Chil-
dren, I want you to look up the meaning of each word in this lesson and write sentences
using each word."

Little Mary (the next day, reading sentence with the word suburb in it) : "Suburb
means outskirts; here's my sentence: 'My petticoat is longer than my suburbs'."

* * *

J. J. (putting this sentence on the board for the class she was teaching at the High
School: "Dot your i's and cross your t's") : "Now, Johnny, what case did I
use there?"

Johnny: "The possessive case."

J. J.: "Correct. Why is it the possessive case?"

Johnny: "Because the i possesses a dot and the t possesses a cross."

* # *

A Senior (on the way to Chapel Hill, being annoyed by E. B.'s ravings) : "Go
to Guinea, Ethel, and let me alone."

E. B.: "I can't go to Guinea, for I just bought my ticket fcr Chapel Hill and I
only have two cents left."

* * *

Dr. K. (to V. M. S.): "I must apologize for going to sleep while observing you
teach English. The room was stuffy, and I had just eaten lunch."
V. M. S. : "Thank goodness, it wasn't I who put him to sleep."

Why is love like a trunk?

Answer: "If you can't check it, you have to express it."

* * *

What should a maiden do when a man kisses her on the cheek?
Answer: "Turn the other one."

* * *

What is a kiss?

Answer (from experience) : "Nothing divided by two."

* * *

M. Kincaid (to Training School child) : "What are the three kingdoms into which
all matter is divided?"

Training School Child: "Animal Kingdom, Vegetable Kirgdom. and the King-
dom of God."

* * *

"Why does G. Sims wear black glasses?"
"Because she is too modest to show her naked eye."



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Ambitions of the Freshmen

Sarah Harrison To circumlocule like an ameba

Mary Armstrong To major in Mr. Hall's English

Thelma Bricgs To have a memory book with everything in it

Mary Trundle To finish drawings for the annual

Mary T. Peacock To know everybody in the world

K. Johnson To talk on forever

Stella Williams To get there

Rosalie Wells To be cute

May Washburn To remember e erything that she should

Irene Caldwell To report to the Board

Eugenia Lockhart To improve her condition

Charlotte Brown To go home



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A FRIEND IN NEED



When earth's last kettle is spoil.

cloths are twisted and dried;
When the oldest grease spot has faded

the youngest dust germ has died,
We shall rest, and, faith, we shall need i

down for an aeon or two,
With never a shrill alarm clock to set



L'envoi

the dish-
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And those who were neat shall be happy; they

shall sit on a cushioned chair.
Each weary and separate Martha, so cumbered

about with care.
They shall have real leisure to draw from, with

never a hungry man's call.
And feet shall have done with aching, and never

be tired at all.



With never a caller to gossip, and never a

neighbor to blame.
And no one need scrimp on pennies, or care

for her housewife's fame;
But each forever and ever, in a separate star

Shall do the things she has longed to, in time
that is all her own.

— Martha Clark in Saskatoon Phenix.



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We Hope to



THIS IS A SPECIAL PAGE



Page two hundred sixty



APPRECIATION




AS "Pine Needles" to be a realization or just a passing
thought? Well, if you had overheard Mr. Jackson
\X/ ffl give the pros and cons, with a rather decided emphasis
on the cons, you would have understood why the pros-
pect of having an Annual looked so unfavorable at first.
Hope was at its ebb for only a moment, however. We
would not allow ourselves to think that our much-desired Annual was
an impossibility. We have no doubt in our minds now but that Mr.
Jackson's purpose was not to persuade us to give up the Annual but
to get us to work more earnestly for it and to prize it more highly once
we had it. We thank you, Mr. Jackson, for the incentive to work, and
for the great service you have been to us.

Miss Barrow and Miss Langner have also been of untold help and
inspiration to the Staff. We hesitate to think what sort of a cartoon
book "Pine Needles" might have resulted in if Miss Langner had not
shared her good taste in bringing to the designs graceful lines, correct
perspective, and harmonizing colors.

To Mr. Thornton is due the perfections and imperfections in spell-
ing and punctuation. We hope that he can appreciate, as much as we,
the responsibility that rests on him.

But, let us thank some others. We cannot let you close this book
until we have told you that we appreciate everything you have done to
help us make "Pine Needles" a reality. To those who toiled with
pen in hand, and to those who labored, besmeared with paste, we give
a whole-souled "Thank you!"




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AN SCO

CAMERAS €.SPEEDEXFILM



Here is another unique Ansco
Camera — the No. — the only
self-opening camera in the world.
Just press the buttons and the
camera front springs out — ready-
to "snap." It is so small it fits
your pocket, and so efficient that
the sharp, clear l%x2'/4-inch pic-
tures it takes make fine enlarge-
ments.



Come in and let us demonstrate

the Vest- Pocket and Folding

Ansco models. And don't for-

y^X get that our stock of Speedex

. «» r .^".mijj ii ^ ) Film and Cyko Paper is always

t HS!d°LS° fresh and complete.

ODELL HARDWARE COMPANY

GREENSBORO, N. C.



Let Us Do your Developing and Printing. Full Line Sporting Goods

THE exclusive features of Ansco Cameras reduce picture-taking to the
simplest and surest terms. The exact radius finder prevents the disap-
pointment of discovering on development that the most important part
ot the picture is missing. The adjustable focusing scale and safety spool-
holding device are other Ansco refinements worthy of consideration.

The Ansco Vest-Pocket No. 2 is the smallest camera made to take
2' / 4x3!4 pictures. It is the only vest-pocket camera which shifts its distance
range quickly to catch the picture as it moves. This is the feature which
makes the anastigmat lens so efficient.

One pull at the front extends and rigidly clamps the bellows. A turn
of the thumb changes the focus, and the picture is made.



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THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
FOR WOMEN

Culture, Scholarship, Service, Self-Support



Offers to women a liberal education,
training for remunerative employment.



equipment for service, professional



Well planned courses leading to degrees in Art, Science, and Music.
Special courses in Pedagogy, Domestic Science, Household Art and Eco-
nomics, Music and Commercial Branches. Teachers and graduates of other
colleges provided for in both regular and special courses.

Equipment modern, including Furnished Dormitories, Library, Labora-
tories, Literary Society Halls, Gymnasium, Music Rooms, Teachers' Training
School, Infirmary, Model Laundry, Central Heating Plant, and Open-A r
Recreation Grounds. Dormitories furnished by the State.

Board at actual cost. Tuition free to those who pledge themselves tJ
become teachers.



The Regular Session Opens In September
The Summer Session Will Open June 9, 1920



For Catalog and Other Information, Address

JULIUS I. FOUST, President, Greensboro, N. C.



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Wootten-Moulton

Pkotograpkers

New Bern, M. G



PKotograpKers for

TKe N. C. College

for Women



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'SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"



We are always prepared to furnish Wedding Bouquets, Funeral Pieces,
Baskets, and other floral designs, as well as loose bouquets of Carnations,
Roses, Sweet Peas, Lilies-of-the-Valley, Violets, etc.

We employ skilled designers to decorate homes and churches for wed-
dings, anniversaries, birthdays, and similar formal occasions.

All orders are given prompt attention, and we are careful to see that the
flowers are delivered when wanted. We select only fresh-cut flowers to fill
orders, and take great pains in packing so they will reach you in prime condition.



Van Lindley Company

Florists

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA




MAKING THE HOME
ATTRACTIVE

Is Woman's Greatest Work



To help you in ihis worl
ihe Home has been our
eighteen years.

Year after year we hav
stock, added new lines of


of beautifying

5 improved our
goods, and se-


cured the servic

and draperies,


and today


we offer you



Furniture, Rugs

Draperies and Services

Unsurpassed In the Entire South



Peoples House Furnishing Company
High Point, N. C.



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Social and Business
STATIONERY

Printed or Engraved

utiful Styles from Which to Make
Your Selections



Jos. J. Stone & Company

Printers and Binders

110-112 East Sycamore Street

GREENSBORO. N.C.

'Why not get it from us in the first place ?"




W. P. REAPES. M D.
C. R. REAVES. M.D.
R. Q. REAVES, M.D.



Rexall


Kodaks




Q-U-I-Z


D


aly, the manager of


a Dublin playhouse.


laid


a wager that a new


word with no mean-




should be the comn


on talk of the city




venly-four hours. In


consequence of this,


Ihe


etters Q-U-I-Z wer


chalked by him on


all


Ihe walls of Dublin


with an effect that


won


the wager.




Qui


z us on high grade


toilet articles, espe-


cially perfumes. Our lin


5 was purchased with


a vi


ew [oward being able


to answer questions.


We


are Expert


We Deliver


Pre t


criptionists


the Goods




Greensboro


Drug Co.




Fariss-Klutz


Drug Co.


The


Stores That Appre


date Your Business


Ire


Cream. Soda Water, Candies. Boudoir


Arr


essories. We cater


(o the trade of col-


lege


girls. This is the


reason we have so


man


y handsome salesmer




Huyler's


Nunnally s



J. E. Laiha
V.-Pres. ; jn
Robercon, Se,



Pros.; C. W.

L. Latham, Tre



adshaw.

G. P.



Latham-Bradshaw
Cotton Company

Greensboro, N. C.
Cotton Buyers and Exporters
We Sell Cotlon to American and Foreign Cot-
ton Mills Throughout the World

J. C. Walkins, Pres. J. E. Latham, V.-Pres.

Greensboro Warehouse
and Storage Co., Inc.

Greensboro, N. C.

Colton storage for thirty thousand bales. The
best storage warehouses in the State. Will
lend money on cotton. Our warehouse receipts
are welt known in New York and other



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"It's Never Better Elsewhere
Because It's Always Best Here."

Quality Service

RUN RIGHT TO



CLINE'S

Pharmacy

Soda, Ice Cream, Cigars, Perfum-
ery, Patent Medicines

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
as the Doctor's Order

Right in the Heart of Everything

Exclusive Agents for Wiley's Can-
dies, Concord and Greensboro.



E. P. Wharton, President

Neil Ellincton, Vice-Preside

A. H. Alderman, Cashier



The Greensboro
National Bank

Greensboro, N. C.

Is a Good Place to Keep You
Bank Account

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$140,000.00



DOBSON-SILLS

SHOES— HOSIERY, TOO

Greensboro, Winston-Salem




Cinderel'a returning f
not have dropped this dainty slipped be-
cause it clings easily, yet firmly, to the
foot. The long, slender vamp and Louis
XV heel add grace and beauty to the
foot and ankle.

Young ladies of particular taste are de-
lightfully pleased at Dobson-Sills' many
pretty styles in boots, greys, browns,
blacks and combinations.



Leading Jewelers



A title bestowed upon us
by our friends and pa-
trons because they know
we carry the best in all
Jewelry lines

Schiffman
Jewelry Company

Greensboro, N. C.



'age two hundred six!})-.




B. B. TATUM

Transfer and Hauling

Moving — Storage — Packing

Phone 28. Depot St.

BAGGAGE TRANSFER

Phone 301



The Tea Garden

Wishes to thank the N. C. College
girls for their generous patronage
during the past year, and extends
you a kindly welcome for the year
Nineteen Hundred and Twenty



CANDY, FRUITS, NUTS

B. & B.

PURE CREAM KISSES

Gate City Candy Co.

331 S. Elm St.



R. C. BERNAU

Watchmaker and Manufacturing

JEWELER

Fine Jewelry

Repairing and Matching

Odd Pieces a Specialty

Greensboro, N. C.



J. B. HARRISON

Pure and Healthful Drink

COCA-COLA

Delicious and Refreshing
5 CENTS EVERYWHERE



O. Henry Hotel

The Pride of Greensboro
Thoroughly Modern

300 Rooms 300 Baths

W. H. Lawry, Mgr.

Cobell Young, Asst. Mgr.



HANES
BROTHERS

THE LITTLE STORE'

THE PLACE WHERE ALL
OUR MONEY GOES



Phil R. Carlton, Inc.

Insurance



First Floor Piedmont Theater Building
Phone 637



GREENSBORO, N. C.



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Huntley-Stockton-Hill Co

FURNITURE

UNDERTAKING

110-116 North Elm Street

Greensboro, N. C.



NO MATTER
WHERE YOU LIVE

It Pays to Deal At

OETTINGER'S

The Dependable Store
Wilson, N. C.



HOTEL GUILFORD
GUILFORD CAFE

R. T. Rosemond, Mgr.



jieensDoro,



N. C.



McARTHUR'S

Suits, Coats, Street and Dinner
Dresses, Hofflin Middy Suits,
Waists, Petticoats, Hand Embroid-
ered Underwear and Handkerchiefs
of the Better Kind, Conservatively
Priced

O. P. McArthur & Co.



"Everybody Knows Rhodes
Guarantees Satisfaction"

KNOX HATS
Bates Street Shirts

THE RHODES
CLOTHING CO.

Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Clothes



VANSTORY

FOR CLOTHES

NUFF SAID



WINTERVILLE
HIGH SCHOOL

Standard Preparatory Institution for
Boys and Girls

P. S. Daniel, Principal

WINTERVILLE, N. C.



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vite You to Visit Our Store



Where You Will Always Find a Well
Selected Stock of

Fashionable Footwear
At Popular Prices

Experienced Shoe Man to Fit You

DONNELL-MOORE
SHOE CO.

216 South Elm Street

GREENSBORO. N. C.



WOOD BROS., Inc.



Dry Goods



HIGH POINT, N. C.



The Quality


Shop


W. F. FRASER,


Manager


Ladies' Ready-


to-Wear


222 South Elm


Street


Phone 2377




GREENSBORO,


N. C.



PATRONIZE



OUR



ADVERTISERS






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Our 1920 Annuals

University of Alabama, Vanderbilt University, Trinity College, University
of Kentucky, Tulane University, Louisiana State University, Alabama Poly-
technic Institute, University of South Carolina, Maryville College, North
Carolina College for Women, Davidson College, Winthrop Normal & In-
dustrial College, Marion Institute, Dickinson College, Georgetown College,
Wofford College, Furman University, Limestone College, University of the
South, Ouachita College, Transylvania College, Wake Forest College, Hollins
College, Woman's College of Alabama, Meridian College, Greensboro Col-
lege for Women, Birmingham Southern College, Henderson-Brown College,
Westhampton College, Blackslone College, Milsaps College, Mercer Univer-
sity, Blue Mountain College, Centre College, Judson College, Elon College,
Mississippi Woman's College, Richmond College, Converse College, Golds-
boro High School, Kentucky College for Women, Lenoir College, Belhaven
College, Presbyterian College, Hilman College, Hanover College, Barrett
Manual Training High School, Roanoke College, Anderson College, Tennes-
see College, Branham & Hughes Military Academy, Asbury College, Trimble
County High School, Central College.



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