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Page 83 text:
hroughout the year numerous and varied social activities lent brilliant color and recreational diversion to our school life. 1939-’40 SOCIAL CALENDAR October ig — Open House at Home Ec. Cottage. October 20 — Dedication Dance and For- mal Opening of Gym. November io, u and 12 — Girls’ Ili-Y Convention at Charlottesville. December 8 — Oriole Frolic. December 13 — “D. O.” Reception. December 21 — Girls’ anti Boys’ Ili-Y Xmas Dance — Football Banquet. March 1 — Sweethearts’ Beauty Con- test and Dance. March 2Q and 30 — Beta Club Conven- tion in Roanoke. April g — “P. H. S. Talent Parade.” April 12 — Senior Play Once There Was A Princess. April 17 — Girls ' Hi-Y Mother and Daughter Banquet. April 18 — Joint Hi-Y Dance at Blacks- burg. April ig — Music Festival at Radford. April 26 — Student Council Dance. May 3 — Junior Music Club Dance. May 10 — Junior Play and High School Dance. May 16 — Spring Home Ec. Tea for Mothers at the Cottage. May 14 — Home Ec. Fashion Show. May 24 — Senior Banquet and Prom. May 28 Senior Reception. June 2 — Baccalaureate Sen ice. June 4 — Commencement.
Page 84 text:
THINGS WE HAD NO ROOM FOR Frank Hiltzheimer’s shoes. ★ Virginia Painter’s personality. ★ Edward Carney’s school spirit. ★ Article, with reasons, on “Why I Shall Never Again be Editor of an An- nual,” by Betty Jane Billig. ★ Margaret Kegley’s giggle. ★ Sonny Miller’s excuses for not coming to class. ★ Doug Whitesell’s reasons for “Why I’m the Best Looking Boy in the Senior Class.” ★ Ann Morehead’s effervescence. ★ The number of Donnie Richardson’s “cousins” in Radford. ★ Everyone’s pride in our football team after the Radford and Wytheville games. ★ The number of people who thought they’d caught the mumps from Ralph Tester. ★ Dissertation, by one Thomas Jack- son, on “Correct Procedure in Burning Hornets’ Nests.” Miss “Mac’s” announcements. ★ “Izzy” Gilmer’s knitting. ★ Things that went wrong on the night of the Senior play. ★ Mr. O’Hair’s vocabulary. ★ Garnett Phibb’s plans for control- ing traffic in the halls. ★ Mr. Pruet’s reasons for why the lockers were so late. ★ The number of swimming medals that David Jameson and Johnny Tate have walked off with in the last three years. ★ Mr. Coiner’s 1940 Football Fore- cast. ★ Reasons given by different mer- chants in town for not advertising in the 1940 “Oriole.” ★ Dopey Doptions of the Senior Class Dopes.
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