bonds or stamps sold through payroll deductions do not
count. Any other sales of stamps and bonds to pupils,
teachers, father, mothers, and neighbors may be counted if
proper certification of credit to the school or class is
given at the First National Bank or the Post Office. A prize
of $5.00 will be given to the class selling the most bonds
and stamps. The class second in sales will be given a prize
Wake up Alderson High School: be on the alert! Join in one
and all, help win this war, and bring the boys back home.
assembly Thursday morning Coach McLaughlin presented silver
footballs to the first 13 football boys who had a successful
season and won the Greenbrier Valley Championship. Inlaid on
the footballs are the letters 1943 Championship. The boys
receiving the footballs were, Kent Boyd, Howard McVey, Bill
Bias, Myles Trout, Freddie Williams, Herman Foster, Sammie
Williams, Eugene Phipps, John Hedrick, Melvin Callahen, and
the three boys who are in service Curt Mann, Eddie Pence,
and Dodey Alderson. These boys will receive theirs when they
come in on a furlough.
Others who received letters awards were Jimmy Harris Edward
Wharton, Gerald Williams, Danny Duff, H. M. Rigg, Bill
Roush, Bill Micheline, Clark Nash, Pence Newberry, L. G.
Walkup, and Richard Shires for manager. They didn’t receive
the letters at the time of meeting because there is a war
going on and they cannot get the material to make them.
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