Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1922

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16 THE ORIOLE Ethel Quesenberry is the next in line, And she only takes three subjects of all the fifty-nine. That’s Dorothy Chandler peeping around the door; Dot knows High School Alphabet, and a few things more. Here comes Nannie Dalton, pretty, smiling, sweet; Why is she smiling? She just met Herman on the street! This is Yernelle Harden, last but certainly not least — Grandest singer of our town, and probably of the east. When the fall term opened these Seniors began to sing: “Look at us, just look at us; we graduate next spring!” Mary Amburn, ' 22.

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THE ORIOLE 15 Class of Twenty-Two S ING a song of sixpence, Which we haven ' t got, One and twenty seniors, all right on the spot : This is “Doc” Groseclose, good sport all around; If there’s any mischief he started it, I’m bound. This is Georgia Thomas, biggest flirt in school; Watch out, little boy! or you’ll be the fool. Here’s Bessie Allison, friend of all in town; If she’s ever missing I ’spect she’s Bl acksburg bound. This is — Mercy me! What’s that? You tho’t it was a tent? It’s only “Baby” Trolinger; I’m sure what you said was well meant. Let’s introduce you to Crystal Frye, Latin is her hobby; “Nota bene:” some day you’ll meet her in Congressional lobby. This is Theo. Derrick, second to none; When the rest of us are just started Theo. is always done. Meet “Iki” Dawson; first in French, he; In that one class he’s a star, just wait and you’ll see. Enter Vera Moorefield, “Curly Locks” I mean; All there is Vera— best pal you’ve ever seen. Mary Duncan calmly strolls upon our little stage, And her making excuses to Mr. Eckman seems to be the rage. Here comes Vara Smith, musician to the collar, And from there on up is a long way from being “holler.” This is Blanche Vaughn, calm and dignified, Who is usually much needed to uphold the senior pride. Here’s to Louise Fitzhugh, so graceful and so slim; If there’s anything around to eat she goes at it with a vim. Here’s Janet Baldwin, of the P. E. P. Club, But when it comes to honors she never is a dub. This is Dollie Kasey, leader in smiles; When it comes to happiness she’s got us all beat miles. There is Agnes Carico, she’s all the way from Fries; She’s very, very quiet ' — she doesn’t even sneeze- Next is Linda Conduff, “Shorty,” of Twenty-Two; If you ever need any aid Linda will surely help you through. “Little Mary” Amburn, senior to the dot, But when the bell begins to ring she’s never on the spot.



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THE ORIOLE 17 BESSIE COPELAND ALLISON “There is none like her — none.’’ Vice-President P. E. P.; Secretary Glee Clt.b; Art Editor Oriole. " Bece” is decidedly the sunshine of the class. Jolly, merry, and sym- pathetic, she is the same good friend - yesterday, today, and forever. But listen. Have you heard her sing? Well, if you haven’t you’ve missed a treat. MARY ELIZABETH AM BURN “ Beware when the Great God lets loose a great thinker on this planet.” Glee Club; Literary Editor Oriole ; Class Historian. Mary is one of our most literary members and we are not sure whether future generations will have to learn “reams” of characteristics and con- tributions or whether she will be a lawyer anti uphold her side of the argument. She may do both who knows? JANET HENDERSON BALDWIN “Love me, love my dog. " Secretary Senior Class ' 22; Glee Club; P. E. P. ; Assistant Joke Editor. Whenever we see “Prince” we know that Janet is just around the corner. But leaving him out just this once Janet is a loyal member of ’22, and she helps to make our class the best ever. “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” is John’s opinion, and she evens up her studies and her good times. We are all glad Janet is a member of ’22.

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