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LITERARY CONTESTANTS Affirmative Keister Greer Cabell Brand Betty Turner Class A State Championship WINNERS OF 1938 debating teams Robert Carper John Kinzie Fay Beatty Radford Debating Cup Eleanor Folk and Betty Turner Negative After-Dinner Speaking Plaque—Roanoke College Helen Chewning American Legion Gold Medal Winners McClellan Whitmore and Rebecca Yeatts T. K. A. Roanoke College Cup CONTESTANTS OF 1939 American Legion Gold Medal Winner Helen Chewning American Legion Gold Medal Winner and Emory and Henry Contestant Keister Greer Bluefield Winner of Cup Cabell Brand Spelling Contestant. Alice Lindsey Speaking Contestants. Bob Saul and Betty Peters Reading Contestants. McClellan Whitmore and Rebecca Yeatts DISTRICT WINNERS (to date) Affirmative Keister Greer Cabell Brand Fay Beatty DEBATING TEAMS Negative Rufus Bowman Robert Greene David Thornton
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• • THE EVENTS WHICH OCCUR It is 3:30. For some the day is ended. The halls and grounds are filled with these, chatting over the events that have occurred, and saying goodbye until tomorrow. But for many, the ringing of the bell has not finished school activities. Those who go out for sports hasten to the gym or athletic field. The speakers and debaters must meet their faculty advisers for special conferences, as must the club presidents (not forgetting the Editor of The Pioneer). Above all, the High School News MUST be ready for Friday! Tired faculty members assemble in 102 to confer on the brilliancies and idiosyncracies of the thirteen hundred whom they have tried to instruct during the day, as well as to plan schedules, etc. Last, but not least, the Business Manager of The Pioneer puts in an afternoon of work, writing up the adver¬ tisements which business friends have given him. Thus, for all, the happy duties of a day are ended—when?
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