Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1929

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MARGARET MATHENEY {spec) Editor-in-Chief of Oriole; French Club ’28-’29; Jefferson Literary Society ' 27-28’29; Betsy Ross Club ’28-’29; Athletic Association ' 27- ' 28-’29. We can learn much from our philosopher, Margaret. She tells us: “It matters not how hard the battle goes, the day how long; Faint not -fight on. Tomorrow comes the song.” She not only tells us this, but she lives it. HAROLD BEAMER (luteel) VALEDICTORIAN Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Oriole; President Class ' 28- ' 29; Boys ' Hi Y ’27- ' 28; President Boys’ Hi Y ’28- ' 29; Latin Club ’27-’28- ' 29; Lindbergh Literary Society; Athletic Association ' 25- ' 26-’27-’28-’29; Commercial Club ' 27-’28; Alchemists ' 27- ' 28; Physics Club ’28- ' 29. Whenever you see Harold you hear him singing this song, “We are not hear to play, to dream, to drift; We have hard work to do and loads to lift.” Harold has indeed lifted the many loads at P. H. S. His strong personality, linked with untiring efforts, has made him able to successfully perform the duties of his various offices. As our Class President, Harold has ever held the highest ideals before us. Aside from his wise leadership, he is a genius when it comes to sounding the depths of the sea of knowledge. We do not wonder that he is one of our handsome lads since he has been fed for four years by the Kiwanis Club for his excellent scholarship. 37

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29 S the curtain of time draws nigh bringing your High School days to a close, permit me, your Sponsor, to tell you ere you leave your Alma Mater what my association with you has meant. Though at times the battle seemed un- conquerable, your splendid spirit and enthusiasm always turned the clouds inside out. Together we sought real happiness, and that came as the sequel to duty well and honestly done. You worked with a faith that your efforts could be strengthened; that the results of your efforts could be improved with each rising and setting of the sun; that good cheer and courage, hope and aspirations, kindness and affection would be to your lives what the granite has been to the pyramids, and water to the flowers. May you “hold to that faith when all seems dark, to keep of good courage when failure follows failure, to cherish hope when its promise is faintly whispered, to bear without complaint the heavy burdens that must be borne, to be cheerful whatever comes, to pre- serve high ideals, to trust unfalteringly that well-being follows well doing — this is the way of life. To be modest in desires, to enjoy simple pleasures, to be earnest, to be true, to be kindly, to be reason- ably patient and everlastingly persistent, to be considerate, to be at least just, to be helpful, to be loving — this is to walk therein.”



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GARNET BROWDER (i abe ) Jefferson Literary Society ’27-’28-’29; Chemistry Club ’27-’28’-29; Physics Club ’28-’29; Ath- letic Association ’27-’28; Senior Boys’ Council ’28- ' 29; Treasurer Boys’ Hi Y ’28-’29. Although Garnet has only been with us two years, we have been made to realize how fortunate we are to have him in our midst. He has that gift of speech which prevents him from having unnecessary words in his recitations, and he has a ready How of English at his disposal. He “aspires to the highest,” and will never fall short of his aspiration. He is one to whom the quotation can aptly be applied, “his mind to him a kingdom is.” CHARLOTTE BOARD {choc) Ad Editor of Oriole; Lindbergh Literary Society ’2 7-’28’-29; Athletic Assocation ’2 8-’29; Vice- President Class ’28-’29; President Class ’26-’27; Secretary Class ’25-’26; President Betsy Ross Club ’28-’29. “Charlotte Board is the sweetest thing;” this is just one of the many nice things we hear about Charlotte. She always takes a “big part” in everything and always puts this “big part” over. We love you, Charlotte, and wish you “gobs” of luck and success. 38

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