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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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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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It is interesting to note in the society column of the Southwest Times that Mabel Ratcliffe .... 1 believe she was our class beauty . . . . has just announced her engagement to be married. Won’t she make a lovely housewife? Another interesting item in The Times was the recent marriage of Elizabeth Haislip to an enterprising young farmer. She has always had the Class’s best wishes. It was just yesterday that I read a worthy article along the line of foreign languages, and to my surprise I found the author to be Miss Eleanor Frye, none other than our French prodigy. We had one of the largest classes to ever graduate from Pulaski Hi, but I remember every one in it. Julian, erstwhile “Greasy” Groseclose, is manager of the Wal- dorf-Astoria in New York, with Robert Eastman as his house de- tective. Robert certainly “detects” too. Have you ever traveled on the Browder Steamship Line? I’ll bet you don’t know who is in charge. Garnett and Dewey Browder! Their private secretary is Beth Glenn and I hear she is to be married next month to a high school sweetheart. Donald Field’s latest book, “The Ostrich’s Last Feather,” is meeting with much favor here and abroad. Poiret, at Paris, has for his head designer, Violet Kersey. She has amazing taste in designing dresses, hats, and accessories. Have you seen her lately? She has the most beautiful eyes. Oh, dear! There goes the radio, and .... what do I hear . . . . why .... it is ... . yes, it is a lecture on the disadvan- tages of companionate marriage, by Virginia Wood! She is broad- casting from Martinsburg, W. Va., Station G. E. O. That is just like Virginia; a real social worker. Miller Bushong has recently opened an airplane factory intro- ducing a new type airplane, “Virginia Swisher.” I just knew he would be a success. Lucille Richardson inherited a vast fortune some years ago and is now traveling from place to place in the Old World. I met her in Europe last year while visiting relatives. Naomi Hurst is Dean of Women at the University of Pulaski. She has held that post for many years and will hold it many more. 68
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