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academic IN past ages when I, minstrel, held sway, scarcely priest could write his name, while others lived in ignorance, but, modern days are different.
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS September 8 School opens 25 Thomas Jefferson game, there 25 Teachers’ Meeting—No School! October 1 Picnic for Faculty 2 Byrd game and hop 9 William Fleming game and hop 16 Lane game, there 23 Jefferson game, there 30 Fairfax, here and hop 31 Report Cards! November 7 Lynchburg game 9 Back to School Night 13 Covington game, Home-Coming—Carole Stroupe, Queen 26-29 Thanksgiving Holidays December 4 Report Cards! 17-18 A. C. E. Senior Tests 21 Christmas Dance 22 Latin Club Caroling Party 23-jA.N. 3 Christmas Holidays January 1 5 8 12 15 20 26, 27, 28 28 29 Alumni game Narrows game, here E. C. Glass, there Fleming game, there Jefferson, here Halifax, there Exams! Byrd game, there Mid-term, No School!—Covington game March 2 5 8 15 20 26 27 April 1, 2, 3 2, 3 9 11 16-19 22 23-24 24 27 Blacksburg, here Band Booster Square Dance Sullins Choir Sings Senior Choir Sings with Roanoke Symphony Orchestra F. H. A. Sock Hop P. T. A. County Fair District Choir Festival at Rocky Mount Hi-Y Model Assembly Beta Club Convention, Richmond Band Concert Easter Pageant Easter Holidays Southeastern Assembly Operetta Science Open House at V. P. I. Report Cards! April 30-MAY 1 S. I. P. A., Lexington May 1 May Dance, Latin Club, Georgia Crawford, Queen 7 Dance Recital 8 District Track Meet, Lynchburg 12, 13, 14 National Science Fair at Purdue University 21 Senior Day 28, 29 Senior Play ?? Annual Comes Out! June 6 9 11 Exams Commencement Junior-Senior Prom Graduation February 1 Second semester begins 2 Blacksburg, there 5 E. C. Glass, here 6 Home Ec. TV Show 9 Byrd, here 12 Jefferson, there—Report Cards! 13 Y-Teens Sweetheart Dance 15 Science Club TV Show D. E. Convention, Senior Choir Sings Fleming game, here 19 Covington, there 20 Science Fair at Roanoke College 22 Southeastern Assembly 23 Halifax, here 26 George Washington, there 4 70
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Student librarians spend many hours in the library. Ruth Thompson and Gaye Stanley are seen at the desk while Glen- wood Ginter signs out a book. Checking out books is not the only duty of the student librarians. Here Ella Mae Wickham and Inez Woolwine do research and typing as part of their many library activities. A library club member’s life is far from being all work and no play. Here mem¬ bers of the club are preparing to leave for a tour of the Roanoke Public Library. line, might. In days long past I sang my ballads, and told the tales of noble deeds by bright and blazing fire at night, and later in the village lanes, I gave them to the common folk. The castles are reduced to dust, where once the rafters rang with jest and thick-lipped chant, and scarce two stones are left in where once the bastions stood in The village streets are modernized, my listeners’ ears forever numb, and all is fallen or forgotten, save my ballads and my tales. These are told in modern days, in forms and ways that I knew not, in the hall you call the library. That wondrous room in filled with life upon fantastic scores of pages. Your enchanting hall now holds the facts, that no one knew when I held sway. Students find the card catalogue very helpful in gathering information or find¬ ing a book. Joe Rice and Fred Repass have little difficulty finding books on the study of wild-life. Delores Willis selects a religious book from the display of new books featured for National Bible Week. The books placed on the exhibit table help students greatly in choosing good reading material. “Silence is golden” especially in the library where students are studying and getting special information with the help of Mrs. Newton.
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