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SOPHOMORES 65 ® 3 11
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51 JO X =i I Junior Class History ' ’() RECORD the whole P. H. S. history would he too great a task so 1 will say only a few words in regard to the first two years of our educational career and confine my efforts to writ- ing that of the Junior year. No doubt it will seem insipid when compared with the Junior History, nevertheless, we will record it to show we have not been idle. It was in September, 1928, that we began our career in Pulaski High School. We entered into the spirit of acquiring an education with all the confidence of the inexperienced, but our confidence was short lived for we were soon shown our place by our superiors. We were awed by the dignified Seniors; we wondered at the disdainful Juniors, and were in con- stant tear of the sophisticated Sophomores. It was in our Sophomore year that we were taught the real worth of education. We really settled down to hard study, and when our final exams were passed and we became Juniors we began to realize that we were being rewarded for our honest toil. When the first semester opened on September 8th sixty-eight Juniors entered P. H. S. portals with an all important air and an optimistic view for the year 1930-31. After the preliminaries of arranging schedules and organizing classes, we elected the following officers who have proved most competent: Eliza- beth Albert, president; Wilbur Lewey, vice-president; and Thelma Shep- pard, secretary-treasurer. The most important event of our Junior year took place when we re- ceived our class pins and rings. It was a gala day for us when we donned our emblems of the spirit of P. H. S. We have done our bit in athletics. The manager of both the girls and boys basketball teams were fro m the Junior room, and seventeen Juniors were represented in the different athletic teams. There were many talented students in the Junior class ot ’30 and ’31 — artists, poets, musicians, declaimers, and debaters, who will aid in making another and greater page in history. We have seen our duties and performed them. As we continue up the ladder of education and success, we will remember the faculty; and in the memory of their kindness and encouragement, we will aspire to the greater things of life. Thelma Coltrane, ' j2. 64 11 f 1 11 Hi IF HI
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Sophomores ERNEST LYONS .President MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS Vice-President AULDEN LEMONS Secretary and Treasurer MOTTO —Dig COLOR — Blue and Gold FLOWER — Lilac MISS CROSWHITE AND MISS PUGH Class Sponsors FRANK AM BURN STUART BLACKBURN BROWN COX ROY DUNCAN PAUL DAVIS HERBERT HALL IONE ALTIZER BLANCHE AUST BLANCHE BAUGH NANCY BUSHONG FORREST BRALLEY THELMA BRATTON NELLIE CARRICO LUCILE CREGER FRANCES COLEMAN VIRGINIA CRAW ' FORD FRANCES CUMMINGS BOYS FORREST HARDING FRANK HARKRADER CLARENCE JOHNSON T. S. KING REA AULDEN LEMONS ERNEST LYONS GIRLS CATHERINE CECIL VELMA DAWSON EVANGELINE EASTMAN MARGARET FARMER FRANCES FROST BESSIE GRUBB NELL HUDSON KATHLEEN HURD RUTH HARRELL DORIS JAMES ANNIE MUIRE MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS HARVEY MARSE ROY OWEN CHRISTO PACK DAVID RATCLIFFE ERNEST WOODYARD LOIS VAUGHAN LOUISE McNEW CADE MULLINS MITTIE NUNN CLARIS QUESENBERRY OMIE QUESENBERRY KATE ROBINSON LOLA SHEPPARD FRANCES SNIDER N EVELYN SPANGLER ANN WALLACE CHRISTINE WHITE
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