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Oh ! let us hail to the Senior Class, We have nearly completed our task, We work and never shirk, A nd we are all alert; We hate to see our last year go past. A nd when the Class of ’ 29 Leaves this dear old school behind, Well not forget the joys and pleasures we have had , We, the Class of ’29. A nd when the Class of ' 29 Leaves her place to the Juniors fine We know you ' ll all respect her, In every way protect her, And never can you forsake her, Be always good and true. Chorus Words by Mozelle Dalton, Earle Crabtree, Virginia Wood, Dorothy Taylor. Music by Mozelle Dalton.
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April 5 — Dear Diary: Heart throbs and thrills! We were measured for our caps and gowns today. There were several black eyes because of sarcastic remarks concerning the condition of the scales. May 3 — Dear Diary: Out of school for the week-end. Only four more weeks — and then commencement! Joy unbounded! Yet anon there comes stealing thru my brain but no, all of this poetry we have been studying has gone to my brain. May 26 — Dear Diary: Tonight arrayed in caps and gowns we listened to the splendid baccalaureate sermon at the Dalton Theatre. I am almost getting melancholy over leaving everybody. May 27 — Dear Diary: All examination are over and commencement week is on. I must hurry to bed. It’s all hours of the night. May 29 — Dear Diary: We gave our Class Play and had a great crowd. Everybody thought it was fine. We then all meandered, but I mustn’t write where ! May 30 — Dear Diary: Tonight — Class night — Our real night — “The Springtime of Youth.” It’s nearly daybreak, but oh! how gloriously tired and happy I am! People were so pleased with our organdies, picture hats, and flowers. It was a great event — one that will never be for- gotten. Hail to thee, Class Night! Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen, too! In grief I bid farewell To the beloved “you.” May 31 — Dear Diary: Almost in tears, I received my diploma and sorrowfully bade P. H. S. adieu. Nell Bowles , ’ 29 . 5
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GV ffelL Gltum, " PPen Qj ears !jPj f er graduation Kom ( ' j’t ' iqli ofchooi .G ) haul the CpJnlereshng P eople of the Glass of ' 2 g 1 )ear Old Chum : It’s been a long time since we have written, hasn’t it. ' Longer still since we have been together. Oh, for[the good old times we had at Pulaski Hi! Remember? Wouldn’t you like to be back there teasing the teachers, chewing gum, and playing all the other pranks? Just think, it has been ten years exactly! Have you kept in touch with all the girls and boys who graduated in ’2d? Most of them are widely known. Remember Harold Beamer, “the boy with the intellect? He is a famous surgeon now — a brain specialist. And Jean Hunt? Why, she now adorns the stage, holding thousands spellbound by her graceful, intricate steps. Earle Crabtree achieved her ambition and is now athletic di- rector of Sargent College. Margaret Matheney has opened a school of expression in Cali- fornia. This promotes voice culture for the talking movies, you know. Great old girl, Margaret. Of course you remember Betsy Muire, who was so tiny we all called her “It.” She recently married an English baron and resides in state at his spacious estate, where she is beloved by the whole countryside. Beautiful Ann Mullins hashes on the silver sheet. The movies seem to be the work she is best fitted for. Tall, willowy, — you know her type. Did you see Palmer Kinser’s blue ribbon picture at the Art Gallery last month? It was entitled “Diane,” and was of such com- plete beauty that the national prize was given it. His brother Garnett has a seat in Congress and he is going to run for President next election. Quite a family, isn’t it? Freeda Turpin was a worker and still is. She is principal of the Hiwassee High School and all her pupils love her. Sadie Brinkley owns a chewing gum factory in Chicago. She demonstrated her wares in P. H. S., if my memory is good. Nell Bowles is an essayist of note, because she has nearly ousted George Bernard Shaw from his former place. (.7
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