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April 4, 1939 – A picture from the past, Hueytown debate team were state champions

Hueytown Debate Team April 4, 1939

(from Times Daily, Florence, Alabama April 4, 1939)


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Members of the Hueytown high school debating team, shown above, will compete in the national contests in California, during April, after winning the state title during annual contests at the University of Alabama. Members of the team are, left to right: Mildred Carnes, Allene Gibbs, Mrs. Gladys Vines, coach; Margaret Ann Morgan and Peggy Mauldin.

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  1. Patti Vines Bauer

    My Aunt was Gladys Vines, the debate coach shown here.

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