Clyde E Parish, Jr., Denton Record-Chronicle, Denton, Texas 18 Mar 1939

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Clyde E Parish, Jr., Denton Record-Chronicle, Denton, Texas 18 Mar 1939 - Two-day Program Ending Saturday Seven events...
Two-day Program Ending Saturday Seven events scheduled Saturday were ending the two-day program of the Interscholastic League coun- • ty literary meet, leaving only debat- ' ing to make results of the 1939 contests complete and certify win- nejs to the district rounds at Fort Worth. Under way Saturday were spelling, spelling, typing-shorthand, picture and music memory, story telling, rhythm band and 3-R contests. Results of the Friday and Saturday Saturday events were being reported to A. O- CalHoun. director-general of the county contests. The following following event winners were on the early lists: Essay (ready writing^ contest- Class A. Latona HJggins of Lewisville Lewisville first and Elizabeth McCuHar of Denton second: Class B, lone Ottinger of Roanokc first. Clyde Parish Jr. of Krum second and J. C. Banner of Justin third: grammar grammar grades. Lily Bess Cameo of Argyle first. Edna Mae Lcuty of Justin second nnd Leona Merrill of Pilot Point third: rural schools, Bertha Linenschmidt of Blue Mound first. Oliva Fletcher of Sand Hill second and Clara Mac DenLson of Elm Ridge third. Extemporaneous speaking — boys. Jimmy McNeesc of Denton first, Leon Brock of Roanoke second. Pat Allen of Lewisville third and Richey Adams of Justin fourth; 'girls. Dulla Haggard of Denton. Latona Higgins of Lewisville : of second. Betty Flo Baker of Justin tnird and Jan e McWhorter of Hoanoke fourth. One-Act Plays In the one-act play contest held Friday afternoon under the direction direction of Mrs. W. G. Harris, county county director. Sanger. presenting "The First Dress Suit." won first place and will represent the county in the district meet. Ponder was . second with "The Bed of Petunias" " judges was Johnny bers of Sa ^ er « and the male character Fladger of Denton. is Eettv re- Ann Other Results Rural juniors—Girls, Mary Elizabeth Elizabeth Keen of May Hill, first; Virginia Virginia Linenschmid't of Blue Mound, second: Irene Blue of Green Valley. Ridge. first: representative ot Double Oak. second;.-Trov Stiles of ' H Friendship third " Denton ! Rtural seniors-Girlsf Dnpgene l of Denton, first; Herschell Hix oi Ponder, second; G. L. Stephenson of Roanoke, third. Junior high girls—Jane Barrow the of Denlon Junior High School, first; Novice Reynolds of Sanger. second: second: Elizabeth Anne Crawford of Lewisville. third. ed Grammar boys—Fred Kelsay of {:" the Denton Stonewall Jackson I School, first; George Ford of Pilot Pilot Point, second; Troy Erwin of Argyle. third. Grammar girls — Georgia Fay Sikes of Denton Stonewall Jackson Jackson School, first: Billie Jean Westbrook Westbrook of Pilot Point, second; Cly- dcnc Simpson of Aubrey, third. Senior girls—Winifred Evans of P 0E . r :-°," - i lir5t: ,^ IarJOriC Brooks of Lewisville. second: Anna Ellen Fun- derburgh of Ponder, third. Senior boys—David Bobbins of Denton. Paul Pennington of grammar .school division, and in the niral Division Blue Mound was first J and Donald second. *?'.

Clipped from Denton Record-Chronicle18 Mar 1939, SatPage 1

Denton Record-Chronicle (Denton, Texas)18 Mar 1939, SatPage 1
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