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THE FULL MOON
Musicians Win Six
Firsts In Contests
First place was taken by Albe
marle in six events at the state
music contest held in Greensboro,
April 18-21. Competing with other
class A high schools, many much
larger than A. H. S., highest rating
was taken by the Boys’ Glee club,
the mixed quartet, boys’ quartet,
bass solo by Bill Mann, piano solo
by Samuel Andrew, and tenor solo
by C. B. Efird, Jr.
Second place was taken by Bill
Hough, baritone soloist, and Betty
Jean Wolfe, junior high pianist,
while C. B. Efird, Jr., took third
place with a violin solo.
Mr. Paul Fry was director of
the vocal entries; Miss Annyce
Worsham, the piano.
Wins In Contest
First place was taken in the
state commercial contest by Billie
Kay Drye, a first-year student, who
typed 49 words with no errors per
minute for ten minutes.
Other first-year typing entries
were made by Tina Grigg, 56-6;
Margie Lipe, 66-3. Entries made
in the contest for second-year
students were by Sue Coble, 64
words—2 errors; Jack Lowder, 64-
3; Iris Almond, 62-1.
Shorthand entries for first-year
students were made by Lois Mil-
ton, Jack Lowder and Geraldine
In the national typing contest
for second-year students papers
were entered by Iris Almond, Jack
Lowder, and Sue Coble.
RECREATION CLUB SECTION TWO
Albemarle, N. C. Phone 295
DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION CLASS
The Quality Group
Members of the French club,
sponsored by Miss Laws, mimeo
graphed this year for the first time
the two issues of “En Avant,” their
Virginia Wilkinson is now presi
dent of the club, which has 25
members. Other officers for sec
ond semester are Irma Lowder,
vice president; Hall Carpenter, sec
retary ; Edith Shaver, treasurer.
Answers To Impressions
1. Rosa Parker
2. Katheryn Whitley
Joe Glenn Morris
Vacation Time is Here
Spend your vacatin at
the World’s Fair.
All Expense Tours From
$22.40 to $50.15
Home Ec Dept.
Spring has brought not only
general house-cleaning but a («:
plete renovation of the home ei
With the built-in cabinets,
sinks, stoves, and work tables
each group of four or five pu
the cooking “lab” has almost
tirely new equipment. The n
of the food department, consistl
of a “lab,” unit kitchens,
dining room, have been paint
and the dark wood-work has be
New curtains and a fresh c
of paint give the sewing “lab”
fitting room a changed appearan
Added equipment such as a bn
tin board, built-in ironing bo
and closet shelves make this
partment quite modern.
Plumbing and Heatin
All Work Guaranteed
ALBEMARLE, N. C.
MANY TO CONTINUE
Of the 23 members enrolled in
the diversified occupations class,
five will have one more year
in high school, while 17 will
Efird's Department Store
Miss Catherine Anderson
Call 275 for Appointment
enter the occupations in which they
have been trained.
Merchants cooperating in the
diversified occupational program
have expressed themselves as being
highly pleased with the work done
by the students during the year.
W. O. Ryburn
Hot Dogs a
. Albemarle Oil Company,