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Page 92 text:
Those (and their projects) participating in the Science Fair were: First Row: Bill Senter, Bomb Shelter; Susan Grant, The Home as a Hospital; Duward Starkey, Proof of the Pythag¬ orean Theorem; Bruce Wright, Farming Through the Ages; Greg Wroniewicz, . RemovaLof Rings. Second Row: Bill Veasey, Astronomical Photography; Ralph Thomas, Action of Air on Airfoils; Emory Tarpley, Tele¬ vision—From the Camera to the Home; Lewis Bowling, Parasites of Poultry; Ashton Rudd, Original Design for Microwave Diathermometer; Tommy Weaver, Human Regulating Mecha¬ nisms. Third Row: Beth Collins, Dermatites Caused by Chemicals; Beth Poole, Tropisms; Jeanne Ballator, Research on Candles; Diana Becker, Bees, the In¬ dispensable Insects; Tommy Clemons, The Atom; Pete McGue, Solar Power; Paul Bayse, Space Travel; Randy Peters, Chemical Warfare. Sixteen of these may qualify as ex¬ hibitors in the Western Virginia Science Fair. The top boy and girl from there may enter in the National Science Fair in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Eighth and ninth grade entrants were: i First Row: Marvin Louis Simmons, De¬ velopment of Wheel; John Paul Moore, Why an Airplane Flies; Richard Young, Four Stages of Coal; David Kennamer, Making Objects Pliable; Jimmy Dill, Light Beam Transmission. Second Row: Richard John, AC and DC Current; Gilbert Knapp, Lightning; Tom Henson, Electric Motor; Steven Greene, Insects. Third Row: Carolyn Stump, Fabrics and How They are Made; Suzanne Bonine, The Structure of the Atom; Muriel Ferguson, Our Small System; Connie Moulse, Volcanoes; Carolyn Bill, The Effect of Fertilizer on Seeds; Janet Branum, Plants; Lula Downey, Evo¬ lution of the Horse; Nada Ballator, The Balanced Aquarium. ANDREW LEWIS Glenn Baker (President) and Teddy Garman are the Andrew Lewis F. F. A. winners of the one hundred bushel corn contest. They grew 105.6 bushels per acre.
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Queen Phyllis Batten, Maid of Honor Carol Matthews, Mary Linda League, Jerry Reavis, Marie Harter, Nancee Bowling, Faye Garst, Jo Ann Conklin, Carol Boley, Janet Lde, Nancy Ellen McManaway, Patty Boone, Sue Hairston, and Rockla Thompson May Court of 1956
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