Image from page 170 of "The uplift [serial]" (1909)
Title: The uplift [serial]
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Summer Camp will begin at Camp Cabarrus on June 27, whenthe first group of over forty boys will start their three day camp. The campwill run for a period of two weeks with the majority of the student bodytaking part. Those who are selected to go are the boys who have won thehonor through good behavior, cooperation, and improvement in attitudesince their admission. It is an honor to be selected to go to camp and one ofthe most throughly enjoyed activities offered the boys during their stay atthe school. There will be swimming, boating, handicrafts, nature study, and firstaid taught to the campers. The order of the day will be fun and relaxationcoupled with worthwhile learning experiences. Nothing can substitudefor the good food, games enjoyed in the sun, swimming in the cool waterof the lake, and spiritual guidance offered at vespers of campfire eachnight. It is a time to be imprinted on the memory of every youngster whowins this honor and something toward which the others may strive.
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SE THE UPLIFT AROUND THE CAMPUS Three staff members from theEastern Carolina Training Schoolfor Boys, Rocky Mount, N. C, visit-ed the school on May 15, 16, and 17.In the party were Mrs. Coppage anldMrs. Suggs, Matrons; and Mr. MackE. Livesay, principal of the academicschool. The primary purpose for their visitwas to observe the procedures andtechniques used in our school cafe-teria. In the near future they areplanning to open a new modernlyequipped cafeteria on their campus. Our staff enjoyed their visit andwelcomed the exchange of ideas andthe discussion of mutual problems. |o-|0O0|-o|- good practices of maintaining goodteeth. These include eating the right foods,chewing exercise, brushing teeth, andregular visits to the dentist. The climax of the show came whenLittle Jack and all his friends are_invited to an ice show after Joestrip to the dentist. The puppeteers with the show were,Miss Ann Lovell of Clinton, N. C.,and Miss Betsy Johnson of Staunton,Va. Representing the Cabarrus Cou
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