Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1923

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ERNEST LEWEY “ You have deserved high commendation, True applause and love. " President Senior Class; President Literary Society; Assistant Editor Oriole; Dramatic Club; Mono- gram Club; Squeakers; Manager Baseball Team; Athletic Editor of Newsless Gazette. Behold our star student. Now what could we do without “Spain”? Ernest proves the exception to the rule for boys. He is very studious and has made high marks all through High School, winning the medal in the Junior year. He is a good-natured sport and always greets his classmates with a broad grin. MINNIE V. PEIRCE “ Of very reverend reputation, Of credit infinite, highly beloved. " Assistant Business Manager Oriole; Vice-President Senior Class; Vice- President Dramatic Club; IT. S. Club; Associate Editor of Newsless Gazette. “Min” is a member whom the class, as a whole, could not do without. In time of need, her poetic ability has helped us wonderfully. When she leaves us she says she is going to be a trained nurse, but nursing won’t be her job long — for be- ware of that jaunty little uni- form and that naughty little smile! To her, however, we wish success, whether it be as a trained nurse or as a trained wife.

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Class of Twenty-Three Returning in my fancy To school days gone by, 1 recall them as if y .sterday With a regret and with a sigh. I peeped into the doorway. And saw before the class The witty, humorous Robert — Whom we all called Giraffe. He’s talking to Min Cannadav and Anna, And by their smiling faces He’s telling an original joke Characteristic of his race. Across the aisle was Sena And Alice stood quite near, Their signals had a meaning To dance — ’twas very clear. Eliz — she was star-gazing And planning with her might. Her eyes looked heavenward, To her future was most bright. And back in my corner The honored trio stood Beveridge ’Lean and Nance, Having all the fun they could. But Gerard came over — In his winning way, Stood among the girlies, And had very much to say. Gertrude and Dimps were scheming — scheming as before, When Marshall came along And sat them on the floor. All by himself sat Billy Anri reading — can you believe? A History by Muzzey — For the credits he’d receive. But Daisy and “Henri” were spooning — For well I knew when teacher left the room That’s what they’d always do. Mamie and Lillian were Writing a French poem Everyone thought — But refreshments was their subject — All else to them was naught. And Ernest was studying As always he had done: The secret of his successes And the medals he had won. Suddenly they flew to their places, And became quiet like mice. Reason? Miss Thomas entered the room, Who thought them honor bright. Minnie Peirce, ’23



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GERARD E. SOUTHERN “A man of good repute, carriage, bearing and estimation. " June Bug Club; Secretary Senior Class; Splasher; Squeakers; Dramatic Club; Ad Editor Newsless Gazette; Business Manager Oriole. “Curly” is generally consider- ed as the best looking boy in school. Perhaps his good looks have spoiled him a wee bit — but what do we care? “Take it easy” is a little phrase that particularly applies to him. He has a little of the lazy element in his make up, but when a thing has to be done he can do it, and he has the brain and the ability for that purpose, too, let me tell you? SENA EDNA THOMPSON “Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low; an excellent thing in woman. " Assistant Ad Editor Oriole; U. S. Club; Dramatic Club. Some people might think Sena very quiet -but this is because they have never heard her and Anna have a case of giggles. In spite of the fact that this is most annoying to Miss Thomas Sena is the one who can “win her over” no matter how bad everyone has been. And who wouldn’t be won over by that sweet voice and those dancing- eyes?

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