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all this. planning that a great disaster befell us: our beloved Mrs. Hall was
away from us for three months due to illness, but we all enjoyed Miss Draper
for her hearty sympathy and cooperation. I
The circus was a success and we were all happy that "our Mrs. Hall"
could view our parade even from her car. I mustn't forget the Juniors and
the I-Ii-Y girls and boys who aided us so much in paying off our debt. F i-
nally the debt was paid, and with Isaac 'Walker business manager, Peggy
Coltrane editor-in-chief, and Miss Kinder sponsor, our annual is a good
Our class oHicers this year are Isaac VValker, president, Hunter Kunkel,
vice-president, Andrew Smith, secretary-treasurer. This year has not been
without fun, however, we had a contest in a magazine campaign, between
Red and Green sides. The Reds won and the Greens gave the Reds an
Indian pow-wow in the Elks Hall. It was jolly good fun.
In the end I must say, we don't expect our history to go down along
with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, but we do expect the people
of Pulaski to remember us as a working, enthusiastic crowd who always
accomplished Whatever we started.
Yours truly and very sincerely,
Hazel Craig, '32.
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.SENIOR GLASS SIISTORY '32
ONG, long ago in the primitive age of 1928, aband of one hundred
Freshmen entered the solemn doors of our Alma Mater, with
our importance much larger than our size. But we were soon
shown our place by the upper-classmen and faculty. We sur-
vived the tortures of "Rat 'Week" and were almost driven to believe we
were rats or the direct descendants of that particular tribe of rodents.
Examinations were passed with sighs of relief and our more fortunate
members passed on to the Sophomore rooms feeling very sophisticated. As
Sophomores our class had dwindled to sixty-three. We elected as our presi-
dent, Charlotte Saundersg vice-president, Lillian Davis, and secretary-
treasurer, Hunter Kunkel. Our class advisers Were Miss Elizabeth Pugh
and Miss Helen Croswhite. This year passed uneventfully except that
several of our number made the varsity squads in basketball.
Lo and behold, in 1930 we were juniors! How time does fly! Gradua-
tion dreams were beginning to be more than fanciesg sixteen units loomed
as our chief worry. It was in this year that our large family was divided
into two sections, some taking a commercial course and the others taking a
classical one. But division did not mean lack of cooperation with us! Our
officers this year were elected as follows: Elizabeth Albert, president, Wilbur
Lewey, vice-presidentg Thelma Sheppard, secretary-treasurer. Our class
sponsors this year were Miss Elizabeth Blair and Mr. W. T. Walker. Sixty-
eight juniors were enrolled, and it was in this eventful year We received our
class rings and pins-a wonderful event!
The managers of both the boys' and girls' basketball teams were chosen
from the junior Class. I might add here that without Ernest Aust and
Glenna Bocock to enliven things a bit, we might have succumbed to mo-
notony, but of course they didn't bother Miss Du Val at all, oh, no!
When we entered school last fall We were given several lectures on our
undignined manner, but as we were a very merry group it was hard to curb
our spirits. This year we added to our class an honor student, Dorothy
Turner, and Edythe Chinault also joined us. Hard Work has been our por-
tion this yearg first we must pay off a debt before we could publish our year
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gieport Submitted by the Hlumni Hnvestigation Committee of 1942
MR I-IENSEL ECKMAN
WISH TO EXPRESS APPRECIATION FOR APPOINTMENT AS HEAD OF INVESTIGATION COM-
MITTEE OF 1932 ALUMNI WILL START SEARCH IMMEDIATELY WILL WVIRE YOU OF MY
HAVE INVESTIGATED AND FOUND THAT FRANCES MUMPOWER AND DOROTHY TURNER
HAVE SPECIALIZED IN HOME ECONOMICS ARE NOXV TEACHING TI-IE COURSE IN P H S
LOS ANGELES CALIF
FIND THAT WVADE CLINE AND PROF EINSTEIN ARE COLLABORATING ON RELATIVITY
NENV YORK -
FIND MANY OF OUR 1932 SENIORS ENGAGED IN BUSINESS HERE LILLIAN DAVIS IS A FA-
MOUS ARTISTS MODEL HUNTER KUNKEL AND FRED BOYD OWN CONTROLLING INTER-
EST IN LARGE BUS LINE
ANDREVV SMITH HAS BEEN APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF LOCAL BANK
DOTTY JACKSON AND HAZEL OYVEN ARE POPULAR MANIKINS IN SAKS
ELSIE BUNTS COLLECTING MATERIAL FOR HER NEW NOVEL
TUNE IN ON STATION A-Y-L-O-R SPECIAL VIOLIN SELECTIONS BY CARMEN DALTON AND
LUCILLE TIMMONS JUST SIGNED CONTRACT NVITI-I INTERNATIONAL MOVIE STUDIO
IS NOW PLAYING PART OF PIGMY IN PRODUCTION OF OLD MYTH
FIND THAT LENA BERRY HAS GIVEN UP EVERYTHING IS TAKING CARE OF HER BONES
LOS ANGELES CALIF
FOUND DOROTHY WALLNER LEAVING FOR PARIS IS FOREIGN BUYER FOR WANAMAKER
STORES INC MARGARET KENT IS DRESS DESIGNER OF THIS FIRM
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF
MARY EDYTHE CHINAULT JUST RECEIVED LARGE ORDER FOR "PRUNES" FROM ISAAC
WALKER TEA C0
LANGLEY FIELD HAMPTON ROADS
WILBUR LEWEY AND MITCHELL SURRATT HAVE JUST FINISHED THEIR LAP IN ROUND-
THE WORLD AEROPLANE MARATHON
JUNE GULLIFORD IS HEAD SURGEON AT UNIVERSITY OF VA HOSPITAL
PULASKI VA -
ABBIE VVHITAKER IS KINDERGARDEN TEACHER HERE
MARY SURFACE IS RUNNING GYMNASIUM GRACEFUL FALLS HER SPECIALTY
DISCOVERED ALBERTA GROSECLOSE GETTING HER FIFTH DIVORCE
BEING TIRED OF CIVILIZATION APE HURD HAS RETURNED TO HIS FRIENDS HERE
LUCILLE MUMPOWER NOW FORTUNE TELLER AND MEDIUM OF NOTE
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