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T H E O R I O L E 4 Page 43 DO YOU KNOW THAT Bud Crockett is the best “bluff” in school? Kathleen Lindsay is not Gladys Lindsay? Herman O’Dell is not “six foot four?” Agnes Groseclose is Agnes Groseclose and not Agnes Reese? John Henry Calfee weighs more than Bill Stull? Elsie Kingrea never ceases giggling? Tom Douthat and his sister Daisy have occasional fusses? Marie Richardson is very, very particular? Frances Boothe has been to several Kiwanis luncheons? Bascom Owen is known as “the expert typist?” Mabel Whitaker is quiet? Wesley Johnson is quite frequently called “cute?” Caroline Knapp is small every way except her mind, and it is broad? Colleen Seagle is the main prop of the Senior Class? Hilda Bones’ voice can be heard most anywhere most any time? George Snider is popular among the Junior Class? Ralph Stambaugh makes a real good “Jew?” Ethel Lyons has proved that “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?” Orville Emmart jerks a mean soda? Margaret Bopp is a dead game sport? Evelyn Worley is a good bookkeeper, and book borrower too? Sarah Spence chews gum in class? Annie Rhodes never missed a history question? Mary Crowder is like the girl in the story book who had a little curl? Thelma Cole is our “nature-study” pupil? Ima Bunts writes shorthand better than long hand? Zella Thompson sits and dreams and dreams and dreams? Irene Harman never skips a class? Robert Jameson is one of the star pupils of the class? Mildred Hall knows all about Caesar’s Gallic Wars, Cicero, and Virgil? Alice Harding usually knows what she is talking about? Frieda Quesenberry didn’t have to take but three subjects this year? Annie Powell likes a Maytag washing machine? Lucille Umber ger ’28.
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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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