Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1922

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JUNIOR CLASS

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ERNEST LEWEY . . . MINNIE CANNADAY . DOROTHY JAMESON . NAN N ETTE I .IV I NGSTC ) N . President Vice- President . Secretary . Treasurer MOTTO Nihil Sine T.abore. COLORS: Purple and Gold. FLOWER: Pansy. MEMBERS Anna Allison Minnie Canaday Mattie Jackson Gertrude Jennings Nannette Livingston Elizabeth Matheney Daisy Nelson Lillian Pack Mamie Russell Alene Stuart Sena Thompson Billy Bones Robert Bunts Charles Dean Ernest Levvey William Lowman Julian Moyers Marshall Runion Gerard Southern Frances Painter Minnie Pierce Beveridge Roberts



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34 THE ORIOLE THE “JUNE BUG” CLASS T HE “J une Bug” Class has never done anything in the past so great that it will have to burden history classes with it — and probably never will. Still the June Bugs always intend to do their part in whatever work is at hand. They hope to accomplish wonderful things in the future, performing well whatever work is assigned to them in the play of the world. But the hopes and aims of the class, of things to be, are not the subject. What has already been achieved is the “question for discussion.” We have always managed to have our share of any of the fun, which is current practically all of the time — and it has sometimes been almost to the distraction of our teachers. Of course, we are serious at times- — such as during “Mid-Years” or “Finals,” but, thank goodness, they don’t come every day! Each New Year we turn over a new leaf of the required size examination theme paper. We make new resolutions when we get our papers back! (They are sometimes demanded by those whose pleasure it is to instruct us.) We really do have times of truly hard work — that is, most of us. But no one feels very energetic during April and May. We aren’t different from other people, in that we have our trials and troubles. The main cause of our worry is lack of ready money. Another grievance is having the room either too hot or too cold. We feel that this is unjust, for we are not to blame. And how we do cry for justice! What consternation is caused when the bell for dismissal is rung a few minutes too late, thus preventing us from leaving promptly at half past three, thereby losing pleasant moments of recreation. We arc forbidden, by those who have us in their, charge to be, under any circumstances, tardy. Then, ought not they to be as strict with themselves as with us? Here you have the attitude of the June Bugs toward instructors (both male and female). Usually though, this viewpoint is expounded on the rostrum, as in debates. Really we don’t use such terms in our “every day” conversation. In fact, in regard to lessons, we are some- times inclined to be dumb. We are the fellow-sufferers and sympathizers with the other students of P. H. S., and we know what school is like. Also, we surely will be glad when our own glad Commencement Day

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