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VIRGINIA EPISCOPAL SCHOOL, LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
JANUARY 22, 1943
: V. E. S- 4 "· lio~se,Pe!:~~·~
SAM GLENN DOWNS ANOTHER TY~AN.T
His-
SUCCESSFUL BANQUET PRESENTED ON EVE OF
YULETIDE VACATION FOR FOOTBALL LETTERMEN •
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Carnngton, H~Vfl )ohanu, I.e
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lQ • • or Nove fl1antzatwn
Bond; Many Interesting Tricks Performed
Place ~n Historian Defeat~d
Mra. Lawson Turner and Mr.
B W•llian.s T......, rooke, Taylor,~
Press, Inc.
Ninth Street 3005
GANNAWAY COMPANY
t.tAIN STREET
RGINIA
AL SCHOOL
Superior
for all col. moderatecost.
in schol- athletics .•
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and
situated in mounrams.
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Wolf Randoljil, 1..,., Rector
Lynchburg, VL
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WLVA, Lynchburg
Dedicatecl To Former Now In Service
On Sunday, December thirteenth, 1942 at seven P. M. in the even-
NEWLETTERMEN Magic Club Presided Over By Mr. Spanish and history, entered his Goats Paaa Tough Week-End;
Enjoyment of all Present Eighteen Pigskin Stars Awarded
Monograms; Penick Muter of Ceremoniea
This year a new festival at V. E. S. was inaugurated. I t was the Christmas Party. This was given on Thursday night, December 17th.
It was given in honor of the foot- ball lettermen in the dining room ;
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CANDLELIGHTSERVICEHELDTOHONOR
V. E. S. ALUMNI NOW IN THE ARMED FORCES •
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in the armed forces. 109 of the gym, the first magic cl~b the bright and happy countenances cers of the "V" Club. On the week- The service, which was read by in the history of the school, held Its of his students, that there was little end of December seventh and
,..___ On Tb Air F Firat Time Via Statton
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Formed In School
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h Jack Handy Perform to t e
ing 'a special service was held in
1be' V. E. S. chapel, honoring the
alumni of our school who are now rainy day outside, but w1thm. room this learned class and seeing, from both the membership and the offi-
Great
tory V Classroom; Noted
Struggle
T akes
One morning 'recently Mr. Wil- liam Hill, our illustrous teacher of
sixth perio~ History V class P.ar- ticularly fatigued by .the, exhaus~mg
labors of the mornmgs teachmg.
New Officers Are Elected
In the past month or six weeks,
Feeling a little more at ease in the
JANUARY 18th.-It w
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