Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1932

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LlFE'S LITTLE SURPRISES Alberta-Why didn't you tell me I had a dab of rouge on the tip of my nose? Billy-How should a man know how you girls want to wear your complexion? PERFECT HARMONY Father-Daughter, I don't like that young man you go with. Frances Cummings-Yeah? Well, don't worry, you're simply poison to him, too. EVIDENTLY A MODERNIST Waiter--These are the best eggs we have had for years. Miss Du Val-Well, bring me some you haven't had so long. JUST DUCK THE SQUIRRELS Don't worry if your job is small, And your rewards are fewg Remember that the mighty oak Was once a nut like you. KNOWS HIS JANE Commander-Now, suppose you are on your post one dark night. Suddenly a person appears from behind and wraps two strong arms around you so that you can't use your rifle. VVhat will you call then? Cadet Adams-Let go, Ozzie. Billy Vier-Miss Croswhite, did you ever hear a rabbit bark? Miss Croswhite-Rabbits do not bark. Billy-But, Miss Croswhite, my Biol- ggyk book says rabbits eat cabbage and ar '. Mrs. Hall-Tell me something about John Milton. Hazel Craig-Well, he got married and wrote "Paradise Lost," then his wife died and he wrote "Paradise Regainedf' Nell Morehead Cto visitarl-Wliat do you know about cows? You don't even know if that's a jersey cow. Virginia Miles-I don't know from here, 'cause I can't see the license. NOT STONE BLIND I She-You got fooled on this diamond ring. I-Ie-I guess not. I know my onions. She-Maybe, but not your carats. TRAMP! TRAM P! Du Val-Ah, it certainly does seem good to be dancing. Nancy B.-Yes, I suppose there's no- thing like the feel of a good toe under your foot again. GIVE HER A TIN MEDAL "Fuzz Hall is so conceitedf' "Yes, on his last birthday he sent a tele- gram of congratulations to his mother!" GI RLS' PRIZE RACKET In leap year women may propose, But still-and here's the sting- The timid, bashful victim knows That he must buy the ring. Miss DuVal-W hat is the longest word in the English language? E. Aust-Rubber, because it stretches. Carmen Dalton-I have added the figures ten times, sir. Mr. Ford-Good. Carmen-Here are the ten answers. Miss Pugh-Doesn't that little boy over there swear terribly? Mrs. Hall-Yes, he doesn't put any ex- pression into it at all. Mr. Eckman has become very absent- minded. The other day he viewed him- self in the hair brush instead of the mirror and declared that he needed a shave. "Shall I brain him?" cried a hazer, And the victim's courage fled. "You can'tg it is a Freshmang Just hit him on the head."



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few.:-53' l 2 if- gi 4 rf ...,,.,,: 1 .. U,-,x . ..,... Sui, EQ ., 1' STATISTICS Pulaski High School offers the following courses: Units English ............................... .... 4 French ............ ---- 2 Latin ................ ---- 4 Business Arthmetic ..... ---- M Algebra. ............ ---- 1 Z Civics ............. .--- 1 Social Science .... .--- 3 Geometry ...... ---- 1 M Biology .......... ..-- 1 General Science ..... ---- 1 Chemistry. ................... . . . . 1 Physics .... .......... .......... .... 1 Typewriting Ctwo yearsb ........... .... 1 Shorthand and Business Spelling ........ .... .... .... 2 Bookkeeping ........................ . .................... .... 2 Sixteen units are required for graduation, 75 being the passing grade. Required subjects for every student are: Units English ....................... .... 4 Social Science .... .... 2 Civics .......,.. .... M Mathematics ......................... . . . . . .2 Three courses are offered: 1. The Classical Course. 2. The Scientilic Course. 3. The Business Course. Grades are given in letters each month as follows: Credits are affixed to diplomas as follows: A 95 to 100 B 88 to 94 C 81 to 87 D 75 to 80 E 60 to 74 F Below 60 A allows 3 B allows 2 C allows 1 Half unit subjects one-half of the above credits. Units are not allowed for less than two years of a foreign language. Membership in the Honor Association is based on an average of 90 in all subjects for the preceding semester. Term grades and final averages are reported in figures instead of letters. Pulaski High School is accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States and by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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