Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1922

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THE ORIOLE 21 EUGENE S. GROSECLOSE “Oh ' tis a peerless boy Fearless, ingenuous, courteous, capable.” President Senior Class; President Athletic Association; President Glee Club; Ath- letic Editor Oriole; Captain Baseball Team 1021-1922; Most popular boy in “Who-ZoOs.” An eraser whizzes past; you look around and see a freckle-faced youth, studying innocently, and decide he couldn’t have been the author; you turn away, then a merry laugh greets you. Caught by its infectious- ness, you chuckle and forget the deed. That’s Eugene or “Doc” of ' 22. On the football field you see another something streak by you on the way to the goal. Don’t think it’s an eraser, for it’s Doc himself. MARION VERNELLE HARDEN “ There is a method in all things.” Glee Club; Chairman Program Committee Second Term; Athletic Editor Here is a student who is always calm and who enjoys peace. Life is not always a joke with her, be- cause she works hard in everything. She will always be remembered as a calm, good-natured student, and al- ways ready for her share of the fun. DOLLIE NORA KASEY “She always strives to love and bless All who live this little life, Soothing sorrows, calming strife.” Assistant Business Manager of Oriole; P. E. P.; President Class ’19, ’20; President Class ’20, ’21; Glee Club. Dollie is a person designed to help settle “scraps.” In our class meet- ings we always get her opinion to determine our own. We all look up to her because she is — well, rather tall! As a tonic for low spirits noth- ing is better than her cheerfulness. She assures us, one and all, that we can’t fail this year. Here’s luck, Dollie, for we know you won’t fail in anything. mm

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20 THE ORIOLE MARY JANE DUNCAN “ Her unconquered mirth turns quieter not through her own, but through others’ woe. " Assistant Eilitor-in-Chief of Oriole; Manager of Basketball Team; Vice-President of Athletic Association; P. E. P.: Glee Club; Rest natured in “Who-Zoo.” When we think of Mary, we think of a good-natured and honest student. Site doesn’t seem to worry about her work or anything else, but she always succeeds in passing her exams. Alary is a good sport and when she goes into a basketball game she goes into win. She has been with us a long time and we wish her a bright and happy future. LOUISE RANDOLPH FITZHUGII “ Freedom I love and form I hate. " Biggest eater in “Who-Zoo”; Joke Editor; Glee Club. “Aw! it don’t matter! What do we care?” seems to be the philosophy of Louise’s life. Whether it is stay- ing in, failing on an exam, or taking a scolding, she takes it all with cheer- ful optimism. This happv-go-lucki- ness causes her to be liked by all. Her likes and dislikes are summed up shortly: She likes to eat and she detests being tall. MINNIE CRYSTAL FRYE “Away with him ! Away with him He speaks Latin. " Glee Club; Athletic Association. Latin is just about the only thing that can make “Crys” lose her good nature, but she has plenty of sym- pathy. She doesn’t believe in taking studying too seriously nor too light- ly, and we predict a blight future for her.



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22 THE ORIOLE VERA JAMES MOOREFIELD “I shall either find a way or make one.” Acl Editor Oriole; Glee Club. “Oh, what a pal is Vera.” Al- ways sympathizing with us when we’re grouchy. But we all felt asham- ed of our laments when Vera came to school on crutches for three weeks and didn’t utter a word of complaint. We had always thought her the best sport of our class, but this proved it. She is always willing to help us in our work and play, besides being the most studious Senior. ETHEL MAY QIJESENBERRY “Speak oj me as I am.” Assistant Joke Editor Oriole; Glee Club. Ethel ' s name was awfully far down the roll, but we have only first rate things to say of her. She wanted an education so badly that she even took a summer course at the Normal, which certainly proves her persever- ance in studies as well as in every- thing else. VARA KATE SMITH “ Your charming melody doth prove That the beauty oj your mind Neither cheek nor chain hath found.” Assistant Ad Editor; Glc-e Club. We always know when a new song or a new bit of music is introduced, for then Vara hums to herself and drums out bits of music on the imag- inary keys of her desk; she executes the newest dances out while standing at the blackboard. Although a Sen- ior Vara is fondest of th e Freshman room — perhaps for old times’ sake; we wonder! aiii iniiniumtmiitntiuiiinntmiaiii i v

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