Weeks - Fred H. Marshall Evening Chronicle (Marshall, Michigan) 27 March 1936 p 1
Marshall High School speech club will entertain stu- . den ts of all other Twin Valley * Conference Schools who have taken part in forensics this year at a social event here May 9, it was announced this morning morning by Theral Herrick, Maish- all speech coach. The event will involve close to fifty boys and girls. Schroeder's topic was "Labels, wh ile Brownfield chose "Roosevelt an< j conservation" as his subject, Six Schools Besides Marshall, the schools compsting were Albion, Coldwater, Hillsdale, Homer and Lakeview. Fred H. Weeks, Coldwater speech acted as Chairman, and the coaches of the six schools served as Judges. Besides the local entrant, those taking part in oratory were Ro- berta Weiner, minor Tiout and Worf novlnv nUiPt- nnntpstanis in Ned Bayley. Other contestants in declamation were Neva Bell, Harper Harper Hull, Ruth Penoyar and Donna Baisch, while other students com- peting in extempore speaking were Robert Esliiig, Erwin Feller, Hes- ter Myers and Josephine Ham-, ment. Toe event was in reality a Twin 1 valley Conference contest, owing I to the fact the conference, in Itself J comprises a sub-district. The stu- dents were entertained by Hills- ' date college after the. contest, with! o, t „__* «„,, -m i «„„ ; dinner at East Hall. Theral local speech coach, accompanied accompanied the local participants to Hillsdale.