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Page 108 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Kathryn Morgan Jane Sumpter Earlene Kimmerling Hugh Brand Thomas Weir Seco?id Row, Left to Right: Mrs. W. G. Strickler Coach Broaddus Chewning, Jr- Mary Frances Parris Dallis Bartholomae Roland Woodward George O. Thompson Coach Salem Chapter N. F. L. National Forensic League During the past year student representatives of the local National Forensic League chapter have participated in at least 40 debates and spoken at least 90 times in various events, earning a total of 360 credit points. Among the schools who have opposed them are Charlotte, N. C., Orlando, Fla., Kingsport, Tenn., Corbin, Ky., Bluefield, W. Va., Asheville, N. C., Johnson City, Tenn., and Princeton, W. Va. The following is an outline of the activities, month by month, during the season: August .Debate Training School, Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, N. C. October .Practice Forensic Tournament, Andrew Lewis High School, Salem, Va. November .Armistice Day Contest, Salem, Va. December .Student Congress, Bristol, Va. January .Practice Tournament, Beaver High School, Bluefield, W. Va. February .Washington Day’s Speech Tournament, Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va. March .National Forensic League District Tournament, Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Aa. April .V. L. A. L. District V Elimination Tournament, Andrew Lewis High School, Salem, Va. May .State Tournament, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. First Row, Left to Right: Bob Logan Kathryn Morgan Jane Sumpter Earlene Kimmerling Hugh Brand Thomas Weir Louise Hollyfield Second Row, Left to Right: Mrs. W. G. Strickler Coach Broaddus Chewning, Jr. Mary Frances Parris Dai.lis Bartholomae Roland Woodward Kathryne James George O. Thompson Coach Third Row, Left to Right: Walter St. Clair Evei.yn Frank Ruth Henry Rowena Rumbley Annie Mae Roberts Marie Bell Dudley Colhoun Jack Parrott PARTICIPANTS IN NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE TOURNAMENTS
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Bi-Phy-Chem Club Bi-Phy-Chem has as its purpose “to provide an opportunity to go further with interest stimulated in science classes, and to gain a further knowledge of science.” The club is affiliated with the V irginia Junior Academy of Sci¬ ence. Some of the projects made by the club were exhibited at the annual meeting of the Junior Academy in Roanoke this year. First Row —Roland Woodward, Presi¬ dent; Thomas Richardson, Vice President; Frank Robertson, Bill Stevens, Olga Zink, Margaret Wil¬ liams, Secretary-Treasurer; Temple¬ ton Norris, Curator Second Row —Roscoe Kirby, Anita Cruise, Adviser; Kenneth Hood Member Absent —Fred Brubaker $ 103 }
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Publ ic Speaking Club Speeches! Contests! Declamations! Humorous, Dramatic, Oratorical! Which shall it be? Or maybe it will be Sight Reading or Poetry Reading, or an Original Speech. All the year students have been working on some kind of public expression, developing latent talents. Preparations began early in the fall for the American Legion contest. Our own Buddy Chewning was victorious. Then came Salem, Bluefield, Emory and Henry, the Student Congress, the District Contest at Bristol, and the University of Virginia. In all of these students from this group were outstanding. Hail to our public speaking classes! May they ever grow! OFPICERS Kathryn Morgan. Roland Woodward Hugh Brand. Anne Waldrond. . . . President Pice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer First Row, Left to Right— Marilyn Holliday, Janet Cord, Bob Logan, Kathryn Morgan, Jane Sumpter, Earlene Kimmerling Hugh Brand, Thomas Edward Weir, Esq., Dorothy Hood, Louise Holly field, Betty Lou Rakes, Anne Waldrond, Anne Ballentine Second Row —George Thompson, Coach; Nancy Curtis, Marvin Parks, Broaddus Chewning, Jr., Dallis Bartholomae, Frances Colwell, Evelyn Frank, Kathryne James, Irene James, Jean Black, Aurelia Jewell, Mrs. IV. G. Strickler, Coach; Roland IVoodward Third Row —Lucy Humphreys, Hele n Sue Macom, Beatrice Miller, Walter St. Clair, Ruth Henry, Rowena Rumbley, Annie Mae Roberts, Marie Bell, Clasie Philpott, Sue Leonard, Josephine Musser, Loretta Wint, Juanita Divers Fourth Row —Mildred Graybill, Gene Cook, Richard Gott, William Gott, William Gentry, Frank McGrady, Harry Johnson, Milan Hitt, Jr., Robert Whitmore, Wallace Altice, Jane Black, Peggy West, Robert Williams Fifth Row —JVilbur Mann, Billy Branscome, Veta Bowling, Kitty Francis, Jeane Francisco, Vivian Elliott, Mary Gladden, Thelma Hartman, Anne Sluss, Sarah Jamison ► S ‘
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