Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1928

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JUNIOR HISTORY THE ORIOLE Page 48 Jp © E IT KNOWN to all who may be interested that this is the history, and that only, of the march of our Battalion through Junior Desert. On September 7th, 1927, fifty-six “loyal souls” reported for duty — only fifty-six of the illustrious one hundred and fifteen. As soon as our places were assigned we met to elect a few neces- sary officers. This we did after nearly breaking up the ranks. But they, being capable men, soon marshalled us and we proceeded in order. For the first two or three months nothing of interest happened except a few minor scrimmages with Lessons and a monthly attack from a race of giant Notebooks (the worst of our enemies). About the first of October we were greatly bothered by Traders who tried to sell us pins (which is the Junior insignia). Of course every man had his favorite kind and we came near breaking up again, but finally by compromise we got some very attractive pins. Next we got together money to fix up our traveling quarters, and got them painted by Christmas. In early February we received news of the coming of Exams, and camp was put to order and heavy training ensued until the fifteenth, when they attacked. Many were badly wounded and were forced to change their routine. Following this unsuccessful attack we had a two days rest period before we resumed the march. On February 19th we were forced to stop again to exterminate a few “Rats” in the ranks behind us. They were easily caught and at the end of a week were entirely subdued. Along the last of March we elected a Sponsor, Editor-in- Chief, and Business Manager for next year’s Oriole, the Army Yearly, and this time our very own. Oh Joy! We are considered efficient in Physical Ed. by the State Supervisor, for did he not say, “Look at the Juniors?” And thus we have come through Junior Land, striving and working, weeping and rejoicing, until at last our victory is won and we leave on furlough until next September. Nell Bowles ’29.

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THE ORIOLE Page 47 JUNIOR CLASS V I RG I N I A WOO D President JULIAN GROSECLOSE Vice-President DUANE DRAPER Secretary MARZELLE SCHRADER Treasurer NELL BOWLES Historian MOTTO “Do noble things , not dream them ” COLORS FLOWER Green, Gold and Silver Buttercup Winner of Red Cross Contest 1928 BEATRICE ALLISON MABEL RATCLIFFE NELL BOWLES MARGARET SPRAKER SADIE BRINKLEY DOROTHY TAYLOR CHARLOTTE BOARD ANNE TAYLOR EMILY BUSHONG MARGARET THOMAS MILDRED COLEMAN FREEDA TURPIN EARLE CRABTREE GRACE WHITAKER WINIFRED DUNCAN VIRGINIA WOOD MOZELLE DALTON DAISY WHITAKER ELEANOR FRYE HAZEL COLE ELIZABETH GLENN EMMA HILTON BLANCHE HENDRICKS HAROLD BEAMER CHARLOTTE HENSON DEWEY BROWDER NAOMI HURST GARNETT BROWDER ELIZABETH HAISLIP MILLER BUSHONG JEAN HUNT DUANE DRAPER BOGA LEE KASEY ROBERT EASTMAN ELVA KING DONALD FIELDS VIOLET KERSEY JULIAN GROSECLOSE KATE KANODE SAM HAISLIP BETSEY MUIRE BURLIE KEGLEY EUNICE MONDAY GARNETT KINSER ANN MULLINS PALMER KINSER HAZEL MOREHEAD HARVEY KINSER MARGARET MATHENY PERRY ROBERTSON LUCILLE RICHARDSON GEORGE SANDS AGNES RAY MARZELL SCHRADER TUNSTALL SMITH



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Into a year of unequaled time — The class of ' 29. The year of work well done, With good will and medals won, We ' re looking forward with anticipation For the future ' s passing time, For we know memories will linger Of the Class of ’29. With all our class and faculty We face the year with energies new To conquer all the tasks combined In the Class of ' 29. So we ' ll wait with joyful hearts Till we hear the old bell chime Calling us to crowning hours — The Class of ' 29. THE ORIOLE 4 Page 49 e re passing out an open gab The Class of ' 28, Margaret Speaker ' 29 .

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