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Page 83 text:
Second: To the remaining classes of P. H. S., their right to be- come Seniors as the years wend slowly up the pathway of time. Third : Perry Robertson wills his gruff, manly voice to “Stumpy” Aust. To Bill Harman, Lucille Richardson wills her delicate features. Jean Claire Hunt leaves her fantastic toe to Fred Whitaker; also her “01ive”R chard to Louise Richardson. Hazel Cole wills her smiling visage to Miss Blair. After consideration and reconsideration, Nell Bowles and Gar- nett Kinser have jointly consented to leave one and a half pounds of fat to Caro Hardy. “Shorty” Draper wills his right to sit with the girls to “Adolph” Covey. Harold Beamer wills his retiring nature to “Biz” Cox. Virginia Wood bequeaths her “all-roundness” to “Marty” Cox. Earle Crabtree gives her “tech-nech” on the courts to Azalea Berry. “Flat-wheel” Taylor leaves her flatulence to “Duck-toe” Shuff. Garnett and Dewey Browder leave their “filial affections” to “Chick” and “B” Kinzer. Sadie Brinkley leaves her tinkling bell-like voice to Dorothy Cecil. Eleanor Frye wills her Blonde Beauty to Margaret Kinsey. To Bertha Lee Spraker, Beth Glenn leaves her infernal, infec- tious giggles. Freeda Turpin wills her studiousness to the J unior Class. “Greasy” Groseclose wills his extreme height to “Doe” Sands. To Evelyn Tucker, Charlotte Board leaves her Ponti-tact. Garnett Kinser leaves his girlish figure to Charlie White. Emily Bushong leaves her promptness to “Short-street” Kersey. 77
Page 82 text:
2 ) enior We, the Senior ( lass of Pulaski High School, 1929, of the city of Pulaski, Virgmia, being of sound mind, memory, and understand- ing, hereof and thereon do make this our last will and testament in the following form and manner, to-wit: First: To the entire Faculty, we leave our sincere appreciation and gratitude for the patience and interest they have shown in the Class of ’29. To Professor Eckman: A modern school building, well equipped with all modern conveniences, such as securely hung shades, and also a janitor worthy of keeping the new floors swept. To Mrs. Hall: A concrete stretch of road from her dear little country home on the Lee Highway to P. H. S. Also a new green Essex for her next birthday gift from (?). To Miss Pugh: Some pupils of her own with whom she will not have the same difficulties as she had with the Senior Class. We also hope they will not be so musically inclined as to evoke concerts during class. To Uncle Shuff, the Senior Class leaves a Studebaker because his Ford reminds us of sewing machine oil (three in one.) To Miss Rosenblatt: A typewriting class that will sit with all their flat feet on the floor and their minds at least within the room. Miss Blair: A French class that will not insist on a test as- signment two weeks in advance. To Miss Peters: A Latin class that can write Latin such as Caesar could not read. To Mrs. Lange: grow on the Lilac Tree.” To Cousin Laura: An airplane motor for her Ford. We hope that she will have few accidents coming and going on her daily routine. To The Oriole Staff : Our Superiority Complex. ‘The Apples that 76
Page 84 text:
Winifred Duncan leaves her ability to write shorthand to Mar- garet Worley. Charlotte Henson leaves her “forward”-ness to Regina Bowles. Donald Fields wills his work as an essayist of note to Foy Aust. Elizabeth Haislip leaves her “A” on French to Bill Harman. Mildred Coleman wills her so called “indifference” to Margaret Johnson. Naomi Hurst leaves her punctuality to Fred Carrico. To “Coach” McKlennv, Sam Haislip wills his robust chest. Margaret Mathenev wills her expression and theories in debating to Wyona Hall. Ann Mullins and Mabel Ratcliffe leave their portraits to adorn the walls of Mr. Eckman’s reception room. Miller Bushong leaves his athletic ability to “Chick” Kinzer. To Helen Bane, Boga LeeKasey leaves her right to eat onions for breakfast. Robert Eastman wills his snappy mode of speech to “Zip” Hufford. Margaret Thomas wills her comforting ways to Dorothy Wallner. “Buck” Sands leaves his intellect to Virginia Ingles. To Margaret Manuel, Violet Kersey wills her suppleness. Marzell Schrader wills the contour of his head to Stuart Mabe. Daisy Whitaker leaves her “permanent wave” to Wyona Hall. To Gray Seagle, Betsy Muire leaves her right to give readings on literary programs. Burlie Kegley will allow Charlie White to drive the bus next year. 78
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