Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1933

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T I-I E Q R I Q L E Page Thirty-nine Cgbuictshet dhhoo gtcvtity HENSEL ECKMAN, B. S., University of Pennsylvania ...........,...,.... Principal MRS. EVELYN FINKS HALL, Special Certificate, Martha Washington College, English ELIZABETH BLAIR, A. B., Vanderbilt University ...............,. French and English MILDRED DUVAL, A. C. A., Bowling Green College of Commerce ........ . . .Business HENRY C. FORD, JR., A. B., Virginia Military Institute, Matlteinatics and Athletics MARY HELEN CROSVVHITE, A. B., Martha VVashington College ..... ....... B iotngy ELIZABETH PUGH, A. B.. Randolph-Macon Woman's College .... ..... . Social Science LAURA DALTON, B. S., VVillian1 and Mary College ......................... Science CRYSTAL FRYE, B. S., Radford State Teachers College ........ Cpart timel Mathematics LYNNXVOOD KINDER, B. S., Radford State Teachers College ....... Latin and English MARGARET DYER, A. B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College.. ..... English and Matti SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES FACULTY PEARL PENDLETON, Virginia Intermont College .................... SARAH MOORE, Farmville State Teachers College ...... . . .Seventh Grade Seventh Grade Seventh. Grade GALILEE PHELPS, A. B., Milligan College ................... ..,.. BLANCHE NEAL GREENE, Radford State Teachers College. ANNE RIDER, Radford State Teachers College .............. MRS. CHLOE CARNEY, Radford State Teachers College ..... ELIZA ANDERSON, Farmville State Teachers College ....... LILLIAN SMITH, A. B., B. S., B. M., Radford State Teachers - 'Ll,1f'1f' 'L CU, G, Pulaski High School offers the following courses: English ......................... ......... French ........... Latin ............... Business Arithmetic .... Algebra ............. Social Sciences ..... Geometry ...... Biology .......... General Science .... Chemistry ............ Physics ...................... . . . Typewriting Ctwo yearsj ..,....,.... Shorthand and Business Spelling ..... . . . Bookkeeping ...................... ......... CConti11ued on next page? College Seventh Grade . .Sixth Grade . .Sixth Grade . .Sixth Grade . . . . . .Sixth Grade Units 4 2 4 1-2 2 4 1 1-2 1. 1 1 1 1 2 2

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Page Thirty-eight T H E O R I o L E QLLZCLSLT Cjclzoof ogifevary ocieiy N SEPTEMBER 23, 1932, the Pulaski High School Liter- ary Society met and chose the following officers for the year 1932-33: President, Herbert Hall, Vice-President, Margaret Baneg Secretary and Treasurer, Nancy Shelton. The purpose of this society is to promote growth and initiative in literary activities and to train its members in correct modes of thought and expression. In the contests this spring the following winners were announced: Ste- phen Hani won first place in the Boys' Declamation Contest and Billy Ma- theney received honorable men tiong Genoa King won first place in the Girls' Reading Contest and Alta Matheney received honorable mention. The Hnal debate will be held May 3, when the question, Resolved, that Congress should enact the Fess radio bill, allocating 15 per cent of radio broad- casting facilities to educational broadcasting exclusively, will be upheld by Nancy Eskridge and Estella Long representing the affirmative side of the question, and Billy Matheney and jack Carney representing the negative. C1'1"l'l,O1" QJQ11-O'l" -f 8SOC'LU,i'I,O7fl, MEMBERS ROY DUNCAN FRANCES COLEMAN MARGARET FARMER BLANCI-IE AUST HAZEL DAVIS ANNIE MUIRE MILDRED BROCKMEYER EVANGELINE EASTMAN OMIE QUESENBERRY MARY ELLEN XVILLIAMS



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P-a8eF0ffY TI-IE ORIOLE Required subjects for every student are: Units English ..... ............,.,... , , , 4 Social Sciences .............,. , A , 2 1-2 Biology ........ , , , 1 Mathematics ...... ............... ...... .... . . . 2 Three General Courses are offered: 1. The 'Academic Course: English 4 units, Social Sciences 4 units, Mathematics 3 units, Foreign Languages 4 units, Natural Science 1 unit. 2. The Scientific Course: English 4 units, Social Science 2 units, Mathematics 4 units, Natural Science 4 units, Foreign Languages 2 units. ' 3. The Business Course: English 4 units, Social Science 2 units, Mathematics 2 units, Natural Science 1 unit, Business 5 units, Foreign Languages 2 units. Units are not allowed for less than two years of a foreign language. Grading Grades are given in letters each month as follows: A 95 to 100 B 88 to 94 C 81 to 87 I D 75 to 80 E 60 to 74 F Below 60 Credits are affixed to diplomas as follows: A counts 3 credits B counts 2 credits C counts 1 credit Half unit subjects count one-half of the above credits. There are two Semesters. Semester grades are reported in figures instead of letters. Sixteen units are required for graduation. The passing grade is 75. Honor Roll for the month means all A's but one B allowed including deportment, and not more than two ir- regularities in attendance and punctuality. Membership in the Honor Association is based on an average of 90 for the preceding semester. Pulaski High School is accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States and by the Commonwealth of Virginia. CALENDAR 1932-1933 September 4 .... ......................... ..... T e aclzers Institute September 5 ...... ...... . ...... F irst Semester starts November 24-25 .... ...... T lmnksgiving Holiday December 16 ..... ..... C hristmas Holidays start January 4 ........ ....... C lzristmas Haliclaysencl january 16-20 ,,,,, . . . .First Semester Examznatzorts Ja11uary 23 ,,,,,. ....... S econd Semester starts April 14 ....... ..... G ood Friday-Huh' Holiday May 25-31 ..,, .... S econd Semester Exammatzoris May 28 ,,,,, .......... B accalaureate Servzce June 1 ..... ........... S enior Class Play june 2, , , ...... Commencement

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