Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1930

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LAS! h(AV time flies! Ten years have passed since I stood with thirty-eight others seniors and received my diploma, rime flies on winged feet and with it has come success, and as I see how kind fate has been to each of the members of the class of 1M30, I know she has a heart of gold. Let us now recall the members of this class and see what each has accomplished. First let us think of our class President Fred Carrico. Fred is football coach at the Imiversity of Pitt now. We knew Freddie would be successful after such an athletic career at P. H. S. Helen Bane is private secretary to the President of V. P. 1. She can surely see enough cadets now. ' irginia Kersey has settled down to married bliss. She couldn’t resist the appeal of such a “Speed.” Margarett Johnson is a nurse in the Good Samaratin Hosj:)ital in Baltimore. Bockey began her success as a nurse at P. H. S. when she so successfully nursed her grudges. Robert Beamer is a business man of note. He has charge of one of the largest manufacturing establishments of the Southwest. Rudolph Covey has recently been elected to the House of Repre- sentatives. Pooch’s debating ability in High School inspired him for this high honor. Martha Cox is a teacher of music in the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Lewis Jackson is a distinguished electrician with Westinghouse in Schenectady. Bill Harman also cast his lot for electrical engineering and now holds a eminent position in that line. Hazel Morehead holds a responsible position in the Pulaski National Bank. We know there Hazel will always hnd “happ”-iness! Carl Bopp is owner of a cabbage farm in this State. He owes his success to the co-operation of his “neighbors.” Henry Dewey is a chemist of remarkable ability. His experiences in the chemistry laboratory at P. H. S. seemed to ha e been an in- spiration to him to produce further explosions. Georgia Hudson is a famous writer, her specialty being the writing of histories, ha ■ing achieved fame at High School. Harvey Kinser has flown to the heights. He is an aeronautical engineer. Julia Wdiisman is a teacher in the public schools of her Alma Mater, Pulaski High. Harold Richardson is owner of a large drug store; he now stands by and watches others jerk sodas. 53 If:-

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Hazel Morehead leaves her sweet winning ways to Margaret Rauhof. Dorothy Cecil wills her stoutness to Katherine Knapp. Harold Richardson leaves his ability to man the pumps at Tyler’s to his nephew Beauregard Richardson. Kate Kanode leaves her art as an expert t ’pist to d ' om 1 luddle. Bill Harman wills his red hair to Henry Martin hoping he will always shine. Margaret Worley wills her gentility and punctuality to Xellie 1 lailey. Martha Cox lea es the jdano-stool and “Just One More Kiss’’ to Neil Fine. Mariam Spencer wills her dimples and slenderness to Mar- garet Manuel. Louise Tate lea es her giggling oice to Ruth Johnson. Thelma Mitchell becpieaths her lo e for Geometry to Lyons Jones. Louise Richardson leaves her Rural Retreat 1)0} S to the kraut factory. Sidney Steger and Louis Jackson lea •e their j)ortraits to adorn the chapel stage. Rudolph Covey wills his right to sit with the girls to Frank Elkins. James Gemmell wills his piano lessons and “Book of W hispering Melodies’’ to Ralph Wirt. Henry b)ewey leaves a gallon of his father’s standard gasoline to Rhudy Payne. Harvey Kinser wills his popularity among the girls to Blake WTight. Jack Coleman wills his magnetic personality and death-like silence to Ollie Ingles. Fannie l)a ' is wills her studiousness to Osie Burchett. X’irginia Ingles regrets that she has nothing to lea e as she needs all the “Jack’’ she has. Margaret Kinsey wills her boyish bob to Jack Bones. Julia Wdiisman leaves her debating ability and box of bird-seed to Azalea Berry. Margaret Johnson wills the contour of her head to Lill)urn Jonas. Justine Boyes wills her “permanent wave’’ and pri ’ilege of taking six sulyiects to Elizabeth Cox. To the incoming Senior Class we leave our ungranted pri ’ileges and also the pri ilege of surpassing us in scholarship, school sj:)irit and accomplishments. In witness whereof, we ha e written and signed our names this twentieth day of May, nineteen hundred and thirty, for this to be our last will and testament. -4 52 Jh-

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Foy Aust lives the quiet life of a great poet. Always writing, always searching for an inspiration, and finding it in himself. Daisy Rhodes is now manager of a ladies’ department store. She has become one of the leading owners of business firms of the South. Virginia Ingles is head of the department of Science at Univer- sity of Virginia. James Gemmell is the owner of a chain of transfer trucks, having followed in the footsteps of his father. Nancy Fanning and Grace Whitaker are joint owners of a tea room. We knew they would be partners in business as they were chums in their high school days. Louise Richardson has taken beauty culture as her profession, and is now one of the leading beauty specialists of the age, specializing in facial perfection. Jack Coleman has finally reached the height of his ambition, he now being in charge of Coleman Furniture Corporation. Kate Kanode is head of the Typewriter Department of Freder- icksburg State Teachers College. W’ yona Hall is now famous in Hollywood, even though she got there late. Her oice is one of the most popular on the screen. Margaret Worley has become famous from an invention of a new face powder which will hide freckles. Margaret Kinsey now sings over the radio from most of the leading stations of the world. Her silver y oice delights her thou- sands of listeners. Louise Tate has also cast her lot in matrimony and is now very happily married. She resides on a ranch in Wyoming. Mariam Spencer is director of Physical Education at Radford State Teachers College, having developed her talent at P. H. S. Sidney Steger is a famous surgeon, and is making a great success in the world as he did in high school. Ralph Martin is now assistant postmaster general with his head- quarters at Lynchburg. Dorothy Cecil is a fashion designer. She has just returned from a trip to Paris and you should see her newest styles. Fannie Davis is now a librarian of remarkable success. She got her start from the encyclopedias of P. H. S. Pierce Davis is operating one of the largest bus lines in this section of the State. For four years he rode the bus to high school without fail. Thelma Mitchell is now proprietress of a modern tourists’ home. Thelma’s sweet disposition has done much to aid her in her success. Nellie Burris Walke, who left us in our senior year to embark upon the sea of matrimony, is still very happily married. Justine Boyes, who was only with us a short time in our senior room, is a very successful beauty specialist in Clex eland. Thus endeth the prophecy of the Class of 1930, save one, Nancy Landis, and she lives in quiet solitude, with only two cats to share her lonely life. Nancy A. Landis, ’30. 54

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