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2S THE ORIOLE A shop antique will Georgia keep — Where all’s antique? Not she. And there, if you will take a peep, M iss Conduff’s paintings see! A senator is Carico, One honored near and far; And famous clown of famous show Is Eugene, e’en now a star. And, even as the mist closed in, There came from out that sea Piano and voice such as ne’er has been — It must Theo and Bessie be. Such strains, so sweetly filled the air, Then slowly died away, Giving a glimpse of what is there And what will be some day. Blanche Vaughn, ' 22.
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THE ORIOLE 27 Class Prophecy Of Fate I begged, near tears, That She might fitting see To look along the coming years, Then say what we should be. Kind friends, by me asked to insist That She more helpful be, Prevailed at last: She cleared the mist And let us further see. One moment — then the mist closed in, Then all as ’twas before; But in that glimpse what there had been To sec and hear — and more. Louise will be a movie star; For Ethel teaching school; Vcrnelle great things will make or mar With science as her tool. In French will Dawson grammars write Where “icis” are the rage, To be a cook is Baldwin’s plight; And Frye’s, an editor sage. A missionary, Smith is for; For Moorefield, farmer free, And Nannie, of some man o’ war Is “mate” indeed to be. Among famed law firms one can see The “Duncan-Kasey’s” name; And Amburn’s plays indeed ’twill be That near Shakespearian fame. And Jim an orator so great, So charming and so grand ; He might persuade one risk one’s fate At Dentist Chandler’s hand.
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THE ORIOLE 29 Last Will and Testament W E, the Senior Class of Pulaski High School of 1921-22, do solemnly will and bequeath to our classmates, teachers, and different organizations in the town and community all of our property both real and personal: First: The Senior Class of ’22 hereby wills to the Juniors, as our predecessors have willed to us, a little bird which has been handed down to us and which we call “ The Oriole. " This lit- tle bird has been nursed for two years by very tender hands and we hope it will live for many years to come and not die from lack of attention. We also will to the Juniors the little moral which has hung above the cloakroom door for many years and which has helped us a great many times when in the act of throwing an eraser, by a glance at it. Again, we will our ther- mometer, which has hung by the door for so long that most all of the mercury in it has evaporated; however, aside from all this, it is never off more than fifteen degrees. Second: To the remainder of the high school we will the right to become Seniors in not more than four or less than three years. Third: To the American Red Cross organization we will the well-equipped “Medicine Chest” which is located in the cloakroom of the fifth grade. This chest contains one empty bottle of iodine and two bent “safety” pins. Fourth: Ethel Ouesenberry wills her “Normal” education to Beveridge Roberts. Dorothy Chandler wills her “rep” of being the smallest girl in the Senior class to Lillian Pack. Nannie Dalton wills her bobbed hair to Nannettc Living- ston. She also wills her “good looks” to Ethel Lewey. Vernelle Harden wills her position as ticket seller to Robert Bunts. Louise Fitzhugh wills her great height to Marjorie Chandler. Mary Amburn wills her desire for studying to Charles Dean. Linda Conduff wills her blue sweater to Daisy Lou Mathe- ney. Agnes Carico wills to Marshall Runion her cute little smile.
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