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RICHARD HUNTER KUNKEL
"Grunty, Hunty. pudding and pie,
Kissed the girls and made 'em cry!"
Grunt" is a bov who can make success with his -
cheerful smile and helping hand.
Jefferson Literary Society '29, '30, '31, Dramatic
Club '32, French Club '32, Vice-President Senior
Class '32, Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class
'30, Secretary Jefferson Literary Society '30, Honor
Association '30, Athletic Association '30, '31, '32,
Booster Club '30, '31, Football '31, '32, Monogram
Club '31, '32, Hi-Y '30, '31, '32, President Philatelic
Club '30, Vice-President Philatelic Club '29,
JAMES WILBUR LEWEY
"And all should keep to time and place and all
should keep to rule,
Both waves upon the sandy shore and little boys
"Pop-Eye" is one of the jolliest of the jolly. 'fake
a look and you can tell why he is "most attractive."
Lindbergh Literary Society '30, '31, Dramatic
Club '32, Chemistry Club '32, Commercial Club
'31, '32, VicefPresidcnt of Class '31, Boosters Club
'31, Big Foot Club '28, Monogram Club '29, '31,
I-Ii-Y '28, '29, '30, '31, '32, Football '27, '29, '31,
Baseball '27, '29, '31, Assistant Director Boys'
Physical Education '32, Circulation Committee of
VIRGINIA MAY MILES
"The little Wren is very small, the liumming bird is
The ladybird is least of all and beautiful in dress."
She's dainty and small and full o' pep,
And with the boys does she step?
It isn't her car or smile that attracts,
It's her personality, and these are facts.
Jelferson Literary Society '29, 30, '31, Dramatic
Club '32, French Club '32, Chemistry Club '32,
Boosters Club '30, Hi-Y '31, '32, Advertisement
Committee of Oriole '32.
" 'Little girl, little girl, where have you been?'
'Gathering roses to give to the queen! "
Nell is an admirable, healthy lass. She makes
good in. her studies and activities as is expected of
iunekas lively as she. Of course we wish her the best
Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31, French
Club '32,-Dance Club '29, Hi-Y '31, '32, Boosters
Club '31, Circulation Committee of Oriole '32.
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5 CHARLES LYONS JONES
"Old King Cole was a merry old soul,
And 0. merry old soul was he."
"FatsoI" Maybe you tliinlcwe could have gradu-
ated without our "fat boy," but ask any of the
A Seniors, they will say very emphatically "Nol"
1 Lylofis is popular in football, in spite of broken
- an ' es.
: l' - Athletic Committee Oriole '32, Athletic Associa-
tion '32, Baseball Team '31, '32, Monogram Club
1 '31, '32, Football Team '31, '32, Hi-Y Club '31, '32,
Commercial Club '31, '32, Declamation Club '32,
ll ' ' 2 Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31.
' .IAIVIES THOMAS KEGLEY
" 'Old fellow, old fellow, old fellow,' quoth I, A
'O, whither, O, whither, O, whither, so highf' "
No cares nor worries does he seem to know.
, He gust goes Ilgllt on through slcet, rain, or snow.
l Athletic Committee Oriole '32, Basketball '32,
5 Manager Football '32, Monogram C1ub"30, '31, '32,
' Boys' I-Ii-Y '30, '31, '32, Commercial Club '31, '32,
Athletic Association '29, '30, '32, Baseball Team
'31, '32, Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31,
: MARK BERNARD KEGLEY
' "I-Ie'1l come back and marry me,
HF,,,:,m, ir Pretty Bobby Sl1afto."
' I-Ie meets success in work or play
1' As well as with his friends.
Art Committee Oriole '32, Commercial Club '32,
President '31, Secretary-Treasurer Commercial
Club '31, President Cosmopolitan Literary Society
kg '32, Hi-Y '30, '31, Vice-President '32, Monogram
1 Club '30, '31, '32, Football '30, '31, '32, Basketball
1' '31, '32, Baseball '30, '31, '32, Athletic Association
. it '30, '31, '32, Art Club '29, '30, Secretary-Treasurer
'29, Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31,
l MARGARET BAYLISS KENT
l "Bell horses, bell horses, what time of day?
1 One o'clock, two o'clock, off and away."
' The artistl VVhat else can describe the genius of
1 Pulaski High? Could we have carried on without
her? Ask usl
Art Editor Oriole '31, '32, I-li-Y.Club '32,.Art
Club '29, '30, '32, French Club '32, Lindbergh Liter-
ary Society '29, '30, '31, Boosters Club '30, '31.
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FRANCES NELSON MUMPOWER
"The day is so pleasant, the breeze is so bracing,
That looking at nature is better than racing."
Frances is sweet, with a quiet dignity that has
E Won her many friends in P. I-I. S., for she is a friend
1 to everyone, which accounts for her popularity.
What she says always amounts to something.
' Activity Conunittee Oriole '32, Commercial Club
' '31, '32, Dramatic Club '32, Athletic Association
'32, Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31.
ANNA LUCILLE MUMPOWER
j "Little miss, pretty miss, blessings eight upon you,
If I had half a crown a day I'd spend it all upon
Lucille is a real Senior-outstanding in her class-
es. She is a loyal worker and a true friend to every-
' Typist Oriole '32, Photographic Committee
,j Oriole '32, Dramatic Club '32, Gay Ninetics '32,
Writers Club '32, Athletic Association '32, Com-
' xnorcial Club '31, '32, Girls' Hi-Y '31, '32, Art Club
'29, '30, '32, Honor Association '30, Boosters Club
'30, '31, Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31,
FANNIE ALICE NUNN
"Summer winds blow strong and cool,
And I'm obliged to stay in school."
Fannielhas a sly smile that goes hand in hand with
,. a sweet disposition. Sh! it's a secret, but our circus
is would not have gone over with such a "Bang" if it
had not been for our mummy.
, Joke Committee Oriole '32, Commercial Club '31,
5' '32, Lindbergh Literary Society '29, '30, '31.
ISI-IMAEL CURTIS '0'DELL
"A wise old owl lived in an oak, V
The more he saw the less he spoke."
Curtis reminds us of the wise old owl, He sel-
dom speaks unless spoke-n to, but there is a world
of wisdom stowed away in that head of his.
Athletic Committee Oriole '32, Dramatic Club
- ,,f, '32, Commercial Club '31, '32, Jefferson Literary
' Society '29, '30, '31.
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