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June 3, 1940
THE FULL MOON
hey Warble To First Places In Greensboro Contest
Pour first places, two second
ilaces, twelve third places, and
ne fourth place were the awards
ron by the Albemarle students at
he annual State Music contest
leld in Greensboro.
First places were won by: girls’
horus; boys’ chorus; and boys’
(uartet, composed of Claude Shan-
de. Hurl Almond, Kenneth Miller,
ind Bill Helms. Ann Reap won
he piano solo.
Second places were won by:
iVade Denning—trumpet solo; and
;axophone quartet, composed of
Sled Betts, Oron Rogers, Wade
Underwood, and Wade Denning.
Third places were won by: mixed
chorus; Willie Frances Efird—so
prano solo; Bill Helms—bass solo;
Lee Copple—tenor solo; Jack Lew
der—baritone solo; Viola Hudson
—alto solo; girls’ trio—Catherine
Whiteley, Annie Ruth Smith, and
Billie Ray Drye; mixed quartet —
Bob Lipe, Willie Frances Efird;
Billie Ray Drye, and Bill Helms;
piano solo—Mildred Reap; A.H.S.
Band; clarinet solo—Bob Lipe;
trombone solo—Charles Beatty.
Fourth place was won by: Wade
Lillian Knitting Mills Company
MANUFACTURERS OF HOSIERY
Albemarle, N. C.
In State Contest
Although results from the state
typing contest as a whole had not
been released at press time, a com
plete record of individual records
within the school has been an
nounced by Miss Doris Cockerham,
head of the commercial depart
In last year’s contest an Albe
marle girl, Billie Ray Dry, won
first place for accuracy with 49
words and no errors. This year
there are fourteen students who
made more words than this, al
though there were no perfect pa
pers. The records as a whole,
however, are much better than
those of last year.
The following list shows the or
der in which they rated, their
words and errors and the number
of semesters which they have been
Sammy Andrew, 68-5 (2) ;
Charles Smith, 62-3 (2) ; Billie
Ray Dry, 57-3 (4) ; Bertha Reap,
55-7 (4) ; Charles Lowder, 54-3
(2); Gatha Sells, 54-3 (2-; Vir
ginia Safrit, 54-7 (4).
Dorothy Rhinehardt 52-5 (4) ;
Virginia Lowder 52-7 (2) ; Mark
A. Reid 51-2 (2) ; Hoyle Whitley
51-6 (4) ; Geraldine Foreman 51-7
(4), Catherine Whiteley 50-3 (4);
Edna Efird 50-5 (2) ; Dorothy Lee
Price 49-2 (4).
Amy Fry 49-5 (2) ; Doris
Franks 49-6 (2); Blondell Herrin
48-6 (2); Kenneth Miller 48-9 (4) ;
Louise Thompson 47-3 (2) ; Laura
F. Peck 47-4 (2) ; Jewel Efird 47-
5 (4) ; Sibyl Lowder 46-4 (2).
Polly Martin 46-11 (4) ; Ann
Henning 45-6 (2) ; Bailey Gulledge
45-9 (2) ; Cozette Marshall 45-16
Meet the Champ!
Represent Albemarle In Annual Triansular Debate
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Lee Copple, Bill Jordan, Margaret Ridenhour and Jack Lowder
composed the Triangular Debating team, under the direction of Mr.
Gehring and Mr. Gibson, who lost to Thomasville and Kannapolis.
Mixed Choir Robes To Be Project
Of Parent-Teacher Association
(4) ; Keith Almond 44-5 (2) ; Ruth
Hill 44-5 (2) ; Bill Benson 44-6
(2); Daisy Bell Fesperman 44-6
Clyde Josey 44-6 (2) ; Rachel
Curlee 44-7 (2) ; Thomas Jenkins
44-7 (2) ; Zelma Smith 44-9 (2) ;
Nellie Coble 43-7 (2) ; Margaret
Jolly 43-10 (2); Martha Russell
Helen Napier '42-5 (2) ; Mary
L. Lisk 42-5 (2) ; Betty Van Lef-
ler 42-5 (2) ; Mazel Morris 42-5
(2) ; Hazel Starnes 41-3 (2) ; Mary
Ann Skidmore 41-5 (4) ; Sara
Lowder 41-7 (4).
Vernie Lowder 41-9 (4) ; Jettie
Furr 41-14 (6) ; Mary Helen
Meigs 41-13 (2) ; Marie Fesperman
40-2 (2) ; Betty Mae Watts 40-2
(4) ; Bill Fulton 40-7 (2) ; Gaines
Whitley 40-8 (2) ; Ruth King 40-9
Vera Strickland 39-5 (2) ; Hilda
Honeycutt 39-5 (2) ; Eileen Low
der 39-5 (2) ; Estelle Whitley 39-6
(2) ; Lavonne Holt 39-7 (4) ; Hall
Carpenter 39-8 (2) ; Grace Cran
ford 39-9 (2) ; Margaret Moore
Hilda Smith 38-4 (2) ; Coolidge
Almond 38-8 (2) ; Ninky Sanders
38-14 (2) ; Johnsie Lee Lawrence
37-4 (4) ; Edward Furr 37-5 (2) ;
Mrs. Tom R. Wolfe
“Our chief object for 1940-’41
school year will be to get money
for the purchase of robes or vest
ments for the High School Glee
club,” stated Mrs. Tom Wolfe, who
has been re-elected to the presi
dency of the A. H. S. Parent-
Mrs. Watt Efird was elected
vice-president; Mrs. W. H. Mann,
secretary; and Mrs. W. P. Ivey,
treasurer at the last meeting of
the P.-T.A., when it was decided
to work next year for money in or
der to buy robes for around 60
members of the Mixed Chorus.
Samuel Andrew, first year typ
ing student, led the department in
the state typing contest.
Meet Your Friends
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J. C. Lowder 37-11 (4); J. B. Long
36-3 (3) ; Apalonia Poplin 36-12
(4); Geraldine Luther 36-5 (2).
U. S. Burleson 36-7 (2) ; Becky
Griffin 36-19 (2) ; Mildred Austin
35-3 (2) ; Gilbert Russell 35-8 (2) ;
Josephine Beaver 35-16 (2) ; Lou-
trelle Lowder 34-10 (2) ; Truett
Stallings 34-16 (2).
Ruby Sides 33-5 (2) ; Henry Al
mond 33-19 (2) ; Bill Betts 33-4
(2) ; Christine Morton 32-7 (2) ;
Hazel Taylor 32-13 (4) ; Evelyn
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