Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1928

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Page 47 text:

THE ORIOLE Page 41 27. “Bruce” Dixon leaves her “paint box’’ to Miss Rosenblatt. 28. “Susie Pusie” Lindsay wills her “ballet boots” to Margaret Rauhoff. 29. Ethel Lyons leaves her V. P. I. belt and stickers to Hazel Cole. 80. Annie Powell leaves her typing speed to Beth Glenn. 31. “Old Lady” Lindsay leaves her right to say “Oh! If you had only called two minutes earlier,” to “Dorothinsky” Taylor. 32. Freida Quesenberry wills her gum to Emily Bushong. 33. Agnes Groseclose wills her sunbonnet to Earle Crabtree. 34. Mildred Brown Hall wills her modesty to Calvin Hurst. 35. Caroline Knapp wills her tennis slippers to Jim Joe Crockett. 36. Elsie Kingrea wills her boisterous voice to Miller Bushong. 37. Irene Harman leaves her French book to “Shorty” Draper. 38. Alice Harding leaves her book on “Reducing made easy in short lessons” to Betsy Muire. 39. Miss Finks leaves her sponsorship of The Oriole to Mrs. Allison. 40. To Mr. Eckman, a glass case to put “Green Ladies Fountain Pens” and other Lost and Found articles in until the owners claim them. In testimony whereof, we have written and signed and do declare this to be our last Will and Testament. Bud Crockett , ' 28.

Page 46 text:

Page 40 THE ORI O L E LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT W e the Senior Class of 1928 of the Pulaski High School, of the City of Pulaski and State of Virginia, being of strong mind and body and well proportioned character, do with tears in our hearts and pain in our eyes leave to our friends as follows: 1. To the people of our city and county, our heartiest thanks for the so liberal education which they have afforded us. 2. To the Seniors of ’29 we wish the greatest success possible — for them. We also will them our “Sack Cloth’’ bulletin board along with the “bald headed row” in chapel — our dignity too. 3. “Rink” Calfee wills his right to be big and strong to “Moses” Dalton. 4. Thelma Cole leaves her right to drop “most any subject necessary” to V irginia Howard Wood. 5. Tom Douthat and Daisy leave their right to bring tardy excuses in late to Harold Beamer. 6. Evelyn Worley leaves to Boga Lee Kasey her right to not bring tardy excuses at all. 7. “Tadpole” Emmart leaves his ability as Dr. O. F. (of the fountain) to “Rat” Baker. 8. Mable Whitaker wills her ability as a public speaker to Emily Bushong. 9. Bob Jameson wills his Kiwanis visits to “Smitty” Smith. 10. Lucille Umberger wills her “Sheep Skin” to Ann Mullins. 11. “Insect” Johnson leaves his box of canary bird seed to Duane Sands. P. S. — Take a teaspoonful each A. M. before breakfast. 12. “Chid” Thompson gives the right to take care of her Chrysler and contents to Mar- garet Matheny. 13. “Poly Woggie” O’Dell leaves his school trousers to Fred Carrico. 14. “Goldy Locks” Spence leaves her bottle of “Blondetta” to Miss Woodyard. 15. Bascom Owen leaves his commanding voice to Perry Robertson. 16. Colleen Seagle wills her “permanent leave of absence from class” to Margaret Matheny. Also her advice to get busy on The Oriole now for next year. 17. “Georgie Porgie” Snider leaves to Sidney Kinzer his directions on “How to get to the Hospital.” 18. Marie Richardson has nothing to will except property in the Sophomore room and “it” refuses to be willed. 19. “Mutt” Bopp and “Icky” Stambaugh will their half of their (?) desk to Eleanor Frye and Pete Eastman. 20. Annie Rhodes wills her quiet disposition to Sadie Brinkley. 21. “Willie” Stull wills his wit to “Rat” Newman. 22. Hazel Reese wills her “Little Home” to Jean Claire Hunt. 23. Hilda Bones leaves her pick and shovel to Mildred Coleman. 24. Frances Boothe wills her right to receive callers from Dublin to Ann Taylor. 25. Ima Bunts wills her right to Margaret Thomas to come up on the cold winter mornings and — typewrite. 26. “Toots” Crowder leaves her charming voice to Gray Seagle.



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Page 42 THE ORIOLE The Class of ’ 28 TProm out the void a sweet tone nears , So bid adieu to high school years; Commencement ' s blast on our ears falls, The Class of ' 28, it calls. And each of us must go his way, For Time, relentless king, holds sway; Sweet youthf ul friendships cannot wait, Must bid good bye — and separate. For Time writes with indelible hand, The Fates decree Future s demand; And we, mere humans, must take heed, As each is called to do his deed. And we ' ll all strive to do our best, A nd be prepared to meet each test; But remember ' twas in Pulaski High That so earnestly we strove in years gone by. Ethel Dixon ’28.

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