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THE ORIOLE Page 63 SOPHOMORE CLASS SECTION B WILBUR LEWEY President ELIZABETH HAISLI P Vice-President W I LLI A M BOS A NG Secretary j I AB EL RATC L I EE T reasurer I ' LOWER : White Rose. COLORS: Nile-green and white. MOTTO “ Success always conies in cans. " AUST, FOY BOSANG, WILLIAM DEWEY, HENRY GEM M ELL, JAMES HAISLI P, SAM HARDY, IRVIN KINSER, HARVEY KINSER, GARNETT KINSER, PALMER KEGLEY, BURLIE LEWEY, WILBUR ROBERTSON, PERRY STEGER, SIDNEY SHRADER, MARZELL SMITH, LOUIS WHITAKER, FRED WARNER, CLINTON CROCKETT, RUBY DAY IS, HAZEL HAISLIP, ELIZABETH
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Page 6!+ TEE ORIOLE SOPHOMORE HISTORY IEN in the course of school events it becomes neces- sary to record the history of the Sophomore Class, we swell with pride and jov as we write of our successes, and shrink with shame and sorrow as we mention our failures, yet in the hour of distress the light of future success ever burns within our hearts. On September 7, 1925, ninety-eight young ladies and gen- tlemen began their career as members of the esteemed and be- loved Pulaski High School. Successfully they fought battles over Latin, Science, English, Algebra and History, as became Freshmen and students of Pulaski High. On September 7, 1926, seventy-two of the army returned and took up quarters in Sophomore rooms, where we have again successfully battled in Latin, Science, English, Algebra and History with that grim phantom, Failure. ' I ' he Sophomores are divided into two divisions — A and B. The A section is presided over by Miss Woodyard, and the B by Miss Crosswhite. There are about thirty-six members in each division. The Sophomores are very versatile, being able students, good athletes, and wonderful rooters. The motto, “Facta non verba,” expresses well the spirit of our class, for when in the next two years we depart, each to follow their own career, we hope to leave a record that may inspire those who follow to uphold the high standard main- tained by the Class of ’29, and as we advance in the broad field of knowledge we will ever hold in reverence the memories of our esteemed instructors and the happy days of the Sophomore year. Nell Pendleton Bowles , Historian ' 2g.
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