From a Barbour County Scrapbook
Clippings from the Barbour Democrat

submitted by Linda Graham.

Philippi Girl Wins Test

Jun Lee CORDER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. CORDER, is the winner of the Golden Horseshoe test for Barbour County. Her average grade for the test was 92 and 2/5 percent. Charles E. REEDY, of Junior, was second with an average grade of 88. Miss Corder is awarded a trip to Charleston on Friday, May 13, where she will be crowned "Lady of the Golden Horseshoe" in connection with state-wide ceremonies to be held there that day. County Superintendent of Schools Bretsel HARRIS was in charge of the test.




Honor Roll 1932

The following students have made an average of 90% or more on four or five unit subjects for the semester closing January 21, 1932:
Seniors:
Josephine SMITH, Lena ENGLAND, Sylvia MCVICKER, Vance STEMPLE, Milford TOWNSEND, Junior SNYDER
Juniors:
Doris STALNAKER, Karl KILE, Woodrow MCVICKER, Galen JOHNSON, Rosa Lee MORRA, Reva ROBINSON, Pauline MITCHELL, Aubrey LAKE
Sophomores:
Elma (should be "Elmer") ZINN, Dorothy Lee RITTER, Robert SUMMERS, Ruth JACKSON, Ruth Marie RIDENOUR, Lawrence Harold SMITH
Freshmen:
Olive DENNISON, Clee Otis MARSH
J.H. CARPENTER, principal




Philippi Hi Honor Roll (1932)

The honor roll for Philippi high school for six-weeks period, ending December 12, was announced on yesterday, as follows:
Seniors:
Galen JOHNSON, Rosa Lee MARRA, Pauline MITCHELL, Reva ROBINSON, Louis SEECH, and Johnivee BARTLETT.
Juniors:
Elmer ZINN, Ruth JACKSON, and Geraldine STURM
Sophomores:
Olive DENNISON, Junior MARSH, Ruth STEWART, Evelyn HARRIS, Wilma MCCOY, and Lucille COOL
Freshmen:
Henrietta GRAY, June Lee CORDER, Margaret TALBOTT, Robert MITCHELL Vivian ZINN, Zola LANG, Charles REEDY, Helen ZINN, Mildred STURM, Joan WILSON, Eugene CARPENTER.


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