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THE FULL MOON
Girls Go To Camp
Ten home economics students,
accompanied by Miss Freeman,
will spend a week, June 10-15, at
the home economics camp at White
Lake this summer.
There will be girls from every
part of the state. Activities in
clude swimming, boating, and nu
merous crafts connected with
Students attending from Albe
marle high are: Rosa Parker, Imel-
dia Blackwell, Rose Crump, Doro
thy Parker, Ann Parker, Rebecca
Griffin, Juanita Huneycutt, Caro
lyn Stone, Mildred Williford and
Summer classes in home econom
ics will be conducted by Miss Free
man, June 12-28. The hours will
be from 9 until 11 o’clock.
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Virginia Safrit is better known
to her many friends as “Ginny”.
Throughout her school career “Gin-
h5^” has been very active, holding
the position as manager of the
girls’ basketball team for three
years. This in itself shows that
she is capable and dependable. She
is also a member of the National
llonor society and president of the
Girls’ Athletic association.
Her clubs this year are Physical
Culture, Booster and Black Masque
Richard Greene, Loretta Young
and Mickey Rooney are her favor
ite movie stars and Glenn Miller
is a favorite orchestra leader. Her
likes she lists as: chocolate pie,
basketball, sleeping, and studying.
Silly people, spinach and liars are
If she were given a million dol
lars, “Ginny” says she would buy
a lot of pretty clothes and take a
trip around the world (after the
war is over).
“Ginny’s” favorite outfit is a
skirt and sweater (with her A on
it) and saddle shoes.
“As for boys, I think they’re all
tops!” she said.
She is an attractive girl with
lots of personality, making her
one of the most popular girls in
the eleventh grade.
Compliments of .. .
M. & D.
Pressing and Cleaning
Height 5’ 8”
Weight 165 lbs.
Star of football and
To almost anyone this would be
Lafayette Blackwell, one of the
best all-round, most popular boys
in the eleventh grade.
This year he is president of
Miss Powell’s home room and sec
retary of the band.
His dislikes are conceited peo
ple, and his likes, girls (!!), sleep,
steaks and good music.
He is known by his good looks
An all-around good sport, Laffy
is a three-letter man. He was one
of the best football players last
season, playing halfback. Basket
ball found him a guard on the
quintet. Lafayette plays tennis and
baseball, too, but is not out for
either team this spring. He says
that football is definitely his favor
To marry a girl with lots of
money and settle down to a life of
leisure is his ambition.
Next year Laffy plans to return
to the twelfth grade, and after
graduation he hopes to go to Caro
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The journalism class shown
above has been in charge of pub
lishing the “Full Moon” this year.
They have also been assisted by a
group of tenth grade English stu
Lee Copple and Virginia Stone
served respectively as editor and
business manager of the publica
tion, while other members of the
class assisted in gathering the
news and securing advertising.
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WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 3RD, 1940
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and BRIAN AHERNE in . . .
STONE AGE CARTOON RATHE NEWS
JOEL McRAE and MIRIAM HOPKINS in . . .
“WOMAN CHASES MAN”
‘OVERLAND WITH KIT CARSON,” Chapter
ARD ARLEN and ANDY DEVINE in . . .
“DANGER ON WHEELS”
“THE GREEN HORNET,” Chapter 6
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anna neagle, ray MILLAND
and ROBERT YOUNG in . . .
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CHARLES STARRETT in
“BULLETS FOR RUSTLERS”
ANDY^m legion,” Chapter 6
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