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TffE M/z:'ar'DFF NEWS Winn. sl er n w~d School Division Sub-Junior First Day of Alamo Ward, Billy Gray Payne [ Score Card [ and Martha Baird, 1st; Athens, , ,,,Uee t ~r, ie Coker and J. B, Barkley, and Murchison, Buddy Asher and Trinidad ...................... 2 5 4 ------ . Ola Beth Burgamy, tied for 2nd; Athens ................... II II 3 All literary events in the Hen- Bethel, Iva Mac Woodard and JoyMalakoff ............... 10 6 4 derson County Interscholastic Fay Stockard and LaRue, tied Brownsboro ............ 1 4 3 League meet were completed for 3rd place.junior Pine Grove ............. 4 4 3 Friday and the list of winners Oakland ..................... 3 4 5 is given below. A few athletic Alamo Ward, Martha Carson Opelika .................... 0 0 I event swere staged Friday and and Irma Slaughter, Ist;; Athens Eustace ................... 3 2 2 play continued Saturday in playWard, Verdene Owen and Har- Murchison ........ : .... 0 1 1 ground and volley ball. The mainvey Keeton, 2rid; Brownsboro, Bethel ...................... 1 0 5 be athletic 'events, however, were Mary Ella Darrough and Lenoma Walnut Creek .......... 3 I 2 postponed until next Friday due Dempsey, 3r~L Sampson ................ 1 0 1 to the heavy downpour of rain. Senior, Class B New York .................. 1 2 1 It was 11:30 Friday when finals Malakoff, Christine Lindsey and LaRue ........................ 1 0 2 in the literary events were held. Ernestine Orrick, lst; Athens, The building was crowded to Louise Hounsel and Josephine capacity for the events early inLayton, 2nd; Bethel, W. K. Coker Senior Boys the evening and many remained and Eunice McCarley, 3rd. Walnut Creek, Jettie Hue Kil- lingsworth, Ist; Oakland, Otha until the entire program was SPELLING--RURAL SCHOOL Carroll, 2rid; Pine Grove, Harmon over. DIVISION Teague, 3rd. Following is the list Of winners: Senior Junior Girls ARITHMETIC TEAM Oakland, Lessie Selman and Pine Grove, Nedra Jane Wof- Ward School Genelle Ellison, lst; Pine Grove, ford, 1st; New York, Gladis Trinidad, Walter Denton, Jr. Helen Kale and Nedra Jane War-Psachall, 2rid; Oakland, Ruth Car- and Milburn Johnston, lst; Alamo ford, 2nd; Walnut Creek, Bertie roll, 3rd. Ward, Irma Slaughter and Lloyd Stalter and Euna Stalter, 3rd. Junior BoYS Laney, 2nd; Athens 7th grade, Junior New York, Wilson Forester, lst; Leona Mae Cope and Dixon Pine Grove, Mittle Miller andWalnut Creek, Perishing Huggins, Brown, 3rd. Florene Wofferd, lst; Oakland, 2nd; Oakland, Andy Lee Morri- MUSIC MEMORY Charlie Terry and Ruth Carroll, son, 3rd. Athens, May Dickerson and 2rid; Sampson, Jeana Myrle Stog-EXTEMPORANEOUS Evelyn Culbertson, Ist; Alamo ner and Lois Jones, 3rd. SPEAKING Ward, Harvey D. Bradley and Sub-Junior Boys Pine Grove, Mary Hey Owen Trinidad, Edward Smalling, lst; P PEPSIN Winnie Murl Bayless, 2rid. PICTURE MEMORY and Louise Walling, ist; Oakland, Famil~ Laxative Athens Ward, Madonna Bate- Virgil Terry and Mary Iva Blake- man, Louise Murphey, Jimmy ney, 2nd; New York, Josephine Cain, Kathieigh Lamb, Jacque- Dingier and Earl Gauntt, 3rd. lyn Holland, Mary Jane Gilson, DECLAMATION--HIGH Mack Stringfield, Mary Sue John- SCHOOL DIVISION son, Josephine Majors, lst; Mala- Junior Girls koff, Mauriee Sherman, Ruth Malakoff, Winifred Weir, lst; Patten, Hazel Tiner, 2nd; Trini- Brownsbo~o, Kathleen Loftis, dad, Oueva J. Nieholson, Virgin- 2nd; Athens, Arabella Wofford ia Bradley, Walter ,Uhruch, 3rd. and Trinidad, Marzelle Pharo, tied DEBATE for 3rd place. (Boys) Junior Boys Athens, Weldon Johnson and Athens, George Truett Bate- Joe Mayfield, 1st; Malakoff, J.K.man, lst; Malakoff, Joe Ady, 2nd; Derden and Jimmie Kilgore, 2nd.LaRue, Kenneth Killian, 3rd. (Girls) Senior Girls Malakoff, Syble Reese and Malakoff, Evelyn Weir, 1st; Christine Lindsey, lst; Athens, Athens, Emma Sue Blythe, 2nd; Louise Hounsel and Dorothy Jean Eustace, Juanita Pulley, 3rd. LeMay, 2nd. Senior Boys TINY TOT STORY TELLING Eustace, A. D. Surls, lst; Ath- Pine Grove (Lucy D. Owen) ens, Roy Owen, 2nd; Trinidad, and Athens (Virginia Black) tiedCharlie B. Hicks, 3rd. for 1st place; Trinidad, Louise DECLAMATION--WARD tIudspeth, 3~d. SCHOOL DIVISION CHORAL SINGING Junior Girls Athens Ward, 1st Athens 7th Alamo Ward, Doris Mitchell, grade, 2nd; Alamo Ward, 3rd. lst; Brownsboro, Pauline Pooh, of their speed They ESSAY WRITING 2nd; Athens, Martha Pace, 3rd. safe. They will not Ward School Division Jtmior Boys They have no ill Athens, Marguerite Barnes, lst; Athens, John R. Gibson, lst; The rapid relief Eustace, Jobbie Key, Jr., 2nd; to the rapidity Trinidad, Dorothy Ann Hudspeth, ;Y dissolve. 2nd; Alamo Ward, Norma Orrick, Brownsboro, Harry Loftis, 3rd. 3rd. Sub-Junior Girls ESSAY WRITING Eustace, Willie Jack Monroe, Rural School Division lst; Trinidad, Ray Childs, 2nd; Oakland, Lillie Hagains, lst; Athens Ward, Betty Joyce N~ Pine Grove, Arnold Stogner, 2nd;3rd. Opelika, Ima Washburn, 3rd. Sub-Junior Boys Class B High School Eustace, Cockerell Wheeler, Ist; Malakoff, Ernestine Orriek, 1st;Trinidad, Cecil Kay, 2nd; Alamo Trinidad, Imogene McCallum, Ward, James L. Scholl, 3rd. 2nd; Eustace, Mattie Ree AnthonyDECLAMATION--RURAL 3rd. SCHOOL DMSION Clam A School Senior Girls Athens, Elizabeth Robertson, Walnut Creek, Gertrude Corer, lst; Athens, Gurley Sanders 2nd;lst; Oakland, Genelle Ellison, Athens, Arabella Wofford, 3rd. 2nd; Pine Grove, Iris Ramsey, 3rd. fact that Bayer swiftest form of relief neuralgia, neuritis, pain, and other suffering. tried it, you know. But no hesitate to take these So, keep these tablets handy, and keep your engagements--free from pain or discomfort. Carry the pocket tin for emergencies; bu~, the bottle of 100 for its economy. The new reduced price has removed the last reason for trying any substitute for genuine Bayer Aspirin---each tablet stamped with this eros~ Malakoff, Allen Dale Hommel, 2rid; Athens, Ashley Barnes, Jr., 3rd. Girls Malakoff, Addle Katherine Foster, Ist; Athens, Carolyn Craig, 2nd; Bethel, Nadine May- field, 3rd. Results In Playground And Volley Ball Coun- ty League Meet Winners in playground and volley ball were determined in the Henderson County Interschol- astaic League meet Saturday and the results were as follows: PLAYGROUND BALL High School Division Girls--Athens, lst; Brownsboro 2nd, LaRue 3rd. Boys--Athens 1st, Eustace 2nd, Brownsboro 3rd. Grammar School Division Girls--Brownsboro 1st, Trini- dad 2nd, Bethel 3rd. Boys--LaRue 1st, Brownsboro 2rid, Murchison 3rd. Rural School Division Girls--Sampson 1st, Pine Grove 2nd, Oakland 3rd. Boys--Walnut Creek 1st, New York 2nd, Oakland and Pine Grove tied for third. VOLLEY BALL High School Division Bethel 1st, Athens 2nd, Mala- koff 3rd. Grammar School Division Alamo Ward 1st, Athens Ward 2nd, Bethel 3rd. Rural School Division Oakland 1st, Pine Grove 2nd, Walnut Creek 3rd. Tennis Matches Friday; Track Eevents Saturday Due to the heavy rain post- ponment of a number of events of the county meet was necessary. Under the new ar- rangement tennis events will be decided next Friday after- noon starting at 2:00 o'clock. In the track events, Sunlor track will be staged Saturday morning and Senior track Saturday afternoon. (From Athens Daily Review) im I Coffee Company To Dis- tribute Educational Puzzles | m | Houston, March 27,--The Jig ." Saw Puzzle craze that has swept . " the country is being capitalized . 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