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GAMES IN REVIEW
THE ORAHOE ECHO
WHERE TO FIJSD THE
IS J^’TH GRADE
year of ’40-47 seems to havepvhilc tlie Pantlicrs’’ boosted sucli as
more mterestiog year io sports I B. J. Davis, ■•Mule" Merritt, H.
rmerly, especially in the gamejBarnett, and Sebrew Ford.
Several Go Out For
ourse, it is somewhat late to
)out the football season; but
ulG like the readers to look
ler the football season at some
stellar players in intraonura)
under the direction of Coach
irdcr to build up strength for
r.^ity team, he organized foot
•nnis in the classes from the
h grade through the tenth
and at the end of the season
1 two-all star teams called tlie
■s’’ and the “Panthers.”
Icnts from the varsity team
as coaches for these intra
bouts. The coaches for the
rs” were T. J. MuDuffie, head
and M. Farrington and
rs’’ Barbee assistants. Head
of the “Panthers” was Sam
and assistant was Sam Head.
Softball has attracted a much
hirgcr minibcr of players this year
than last. The chief attraction, per
liajis, is that the l>oys and girls have
boon promised a softball toui-namcnt
within the next few days.
If and when tlii.« touruainont i
ln'ld, wc jilnce oiir stake on ninth
o-taders to win tlie finals.
* * *
D.'seover Hidden Talent
Tlie intra-mural I'askrMjall at 0.
C. T. S. has been one of the most
enjoyable features of our school life.
Class teams were formed from the
sixth grade up to the twplftti. Coach
PS for these teams were selected from
the varsity team. The three out.stand
ing coaches were Willie Edwards,
5se students coaches developed over the tenth grade champs; Martha
good players, such as Charlie • Hargraves, with the ninth grade
)0 Choo” Davis, Willie Brooks, champs; and “Lish” Burchetfe, over
George Jones for the “Bears,”(the runners-up.
y Day Celebration
ns High Praise At
inge County School
At the end of the celebration, the
students sang Alma Mater. This fea
ture was followed by the recessional.
Thirty-Four Girls And
u the celebration of May Day,
ige County Training School andi Boys In The First
■ echools of. the County, outdid,
pait in presenting n "bigger Gradc-B Doing Fine
better” May Day Festival. .
.e .affair at O C T 8 was held - thirty-four girls and boys-a,;, undecided. A happy v.acation ev-
thfe plyaground,. May 1, at one
)ck in the afternoon.
Vacation time is almost here. We
have already made our plans. Here arc
;ome of them. Polly Purefoy may be
found in Baltimore. Jessie and Lcssie
Dorsett want to see President Tru
man, and attend a Big League Base
■amo; therefore they will visit
Washington, D. C. Laura Hackney
will take a trip to the seashore on
week ends. Mary Brown will vi.sit
Hollywood. Floyd Foushee told the
class that he is going to spend the
summer like the grashopper. eatiua.
ulci'piug, having a good tiiue. Etta
llan-ington ivill visit her Uncle in
Xi’i'folk. Genrge I’nylor wants to
learn Imw to swim. He will lie fouinl
on the creek banks. ELsic Geer i-
going to grow a garden. Puby M
water is interested in ivorkiiig, sav
ing her money to be a woll-dressed
junior. Pearl Boldin wants to trave'
Frank Mcrrit is “planning o
fitickiiig around liome” and “sort
of” helping out the older folk. Al
Barnett will raise chickens. Etta
Baldwin will vis'^ a sister in Con
nccticutt. Moses Davis wants to
work, save, and have a fat bank ac
count in the fall. Doretha Edwards'
is bound for the Big City. Sadie
.Tones, Hattie McCauley, and Eliza
beth McCauley are planning to take
life as it comes. Polly Purefoy and
Nancy Minor are going to spend their
rime reading. Goldie Atwater is get
ting married. Flora Briggs, Maurice
Cole, and Helen Watson are going
to be in Atlantic City. Joe Hargraves
Seabrew Ford, Thelbert Harris,
Leonard Powell, Harold Robinson
Wilbert Snipes, John Mason, Charlie
Davis and James Cates are going to
organize a baseball team. Annie John-
.'son, Clara Baldwin, and Ella Johnson
Mr. R. 0. KoriiPiray, foauliur of chemistry and director
in the first grade B. Mrs. Smith is ervone.
j the teacher for 1-A and Miss Young,
cfore an unusually large audi j
, the celebration commenced with We. have enjoyed this school veer
May Queen and her attendants, bom-uso we have had a good time. We
•ie Alston, senior, was the queen.'hove learned to read, write and do
was dressed in a beautiful white I urnnher work. The class has also
ling gown. Her attendants wore'learned many songs, prayers, games
ises of matching beauty. The train potras. and dances. Wo have learned
lefully marched the full length of I bow to keep the body clean as well as
grounds, giving the whole andi |bow to eat the right kind of food,
. a/good view of the procession, | Fvory boy .and girl l.as had a chance
•he program consisted of dances to play in the liliythm Band Some
YOU WANT TO
KNOW ? WE’RE
tenth GRADE TATTLER
the olemcntary grades, music
the elemciiLary Rhythm Bund,
iits by the high school boys, mn
from the high school b.and (which
becomes a regular and expootod
tine of till* school’s activties).
s. Clark of the Mcrrit School gave
Six Members Of 3-B
Class Have Been On
Honor Roll All Year
took part in the May Day Exercis
es and others in tlie elementary
operetta. We liave enjiiyed many of
the chapel programs and even enjoy
ed playing our part in the different
di'i’.e.s conducted by the school.
The First Grade is hoping that noxt
lovely number with her school. there will be two classrooms so
y Pole winding was done by the
day. We have enjoyed the good
lunches served in the Lunch Room.
MIRIAM HOLMES, 1-B
jrth and fifth grade girls^. They
dc an attractive picture that tvpi
:1 the spirit of the day. They wore
sp colored costumes and received
There are 14 pupils in our class.
Mrs. Lamoley is our teacher, We liavi
worked very hard tliis year. Six mem
bers of our class have been on the
Honor Roll all the year.
We .ire menibors of the Rhythm
Band and enjoy playing very much.
We have stud ied very hard this year
to make the fourth grade. .4.11 pupils
Ilf our '.‘lass are promoted to the 4tli
grade. We have studied about the
foods we sliould eat. W'e have learn
ed to like some of tlie foods we did
n’t like before. We eat in the Lunel
ALLEN MASON (3-B)
The students of the Tenth Grade B.
Division want to wish each of you a
happy vacation. Ere your vacation
begins, however, here are a few re
piinders of school life. Ponder over
these as you stt idle this summer.
Bettye Edwards will be vacationing
in Mexico. Perhaps she is to take
lancing lessons from the Mexican
girls. James Atwater will vacation
in Durham, taking business and typ
ing lessons. Lucille will be married |
and bring her husband to school
next fall. Robert Carver, Reaford
Crowe, Jessie Durliani, Henry Old-
am, .Toseph Nevilles, and illiani
O’Kelly are going to bo quite busy
raising geese. Next year, each of
them will bring a nice fresh goose
feather cushion to school. Thir .vill
serve to make thedr scats more com
fortable in the English class-room.
Catherine Davis plans to go to
Georgia. There she will sit all day
and chew pine rosin. Bernice Dav
is chooses to work in a chewing gum
factory. Next winter may find her in
Ceylo.n, India, or Burma cliewing
beech-nuts. Willis Edwards will re
turn to New York to complete hia
.speech lessons from the Hebrews.
Annie Eubanks, Dorothy Farring
ton and Betty Foushee are going to
complete their lessons on being sweet
and modest little ladies. Should ■■ -.
campus feature the delicately charm
ing “ferns” against the brazen,
boisterous type that often dain
the limlight, these three girls will be
prepared to stand the teat. Fred
Kobens and Albert Hogan will com
plete their voice changing stages this
summer. Mildred Taylor and Mary
Hargraves are going to read every-
hing they can get their hands on. The
first day of school they will be ready
to take an Intelligence Test (along
with James Atwater). The princi
pal, alone, must give and grade this
tect. Mrs. Nickers and.Kussell V. ai-
.on are going to spend their time
industriously. Herbert Paylor will, of
course, be at the theater. He m.ay
teach Jessie Truesdale the trade.
Nancy Barbee will primp. Thomas
Pendergraft is going to bed and get
himself a good summer’s sleep.
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Pictured above are the May Day Queen, Car.ie Alston, a senior, and her attendants.