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.Margaret Nelson was a nurse at Lewis Gale,
She made color return to cheeks that were pale.
Jack Carney, with intellect so keen, '
Was the best accountant that's ever been seen.
Jeanne M ustard was a nurse for Mayo Brothers,
They preferred her because she excelled all others.
Carolyn White, atBerea College,
Outshone her class with bursts of knowledge.
President Nancy, wherever she goes,
Makes everone happy and banishes woes.
James White, a bus driver for the Greyhound line,
Got his practice in High School: it suited him fine.
Ernestine Seagle, with home-making plans,
Was always a goal for those marrying fans.
Illyra Lee Albert, with her nursing so rare,
In her white uniform was the fairest of fair.
Pauline Wygal practiced many arts,
And with her beauty made a conquest of hearts.
Martin Bocock, with his interior decorating
And winning personality, was really devastating.
Sophia Wallace, with her round-the-world tour,
Jllade many a rich person painfully poor.
An electrical engineer of such note was Jack Kidd
For his ejicient service there was always a bid.
Jeanne Blackburn was a teacher of math.
If they couldn't work the problems it aroused her wrath
Lawna Harkrader, as a magistrate's wife
In the town of Pulaski, led quite a gay life.
A lawyer of prominence was Stanley Jllabe,
He made one think of the great Honest Abe.
Julius Clark, as a military man,
Always had a strategic plan.
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FTER a very busy and happy day at school, during which my
classmates had made a deep impression on my mind, I sank into
a peaceful slumber and in my dreams delved into the future as
far as human eye could see, catching a vision of my classmates
and of what some day they'd be.
Quentin Dalton I saw as a great opera star,-
Since High School days his name spread far.
Ellen KateI-larman made such music divine,
But due credit belonged to Mr. Fine.
Lois Miles I saw married to S. N. Hurst,'
To Home Ec she aspiredg with her cooking he was cursed.
Fitzhugh Hiltzheimer, electrical engineer,
Became quite a sage in his chosen career.
Katherine Cornelius worked for- Uncle Sam,'
She helped bring the country out of a jam.
Eloise Bowling, so plain in my dream,
Was the best dressed woman of the screen.
Frances Chrisley outshone them all,
For she .succeeded Miss DuVal.
George Dewey was a tax collector in our home town ,'
Mayor Calfee seemed pleased, for George ran 'em down.
William VVhitesell sold coca-cola and pop,-
He was quite a success: it was " good to the last drop."
Sinclair Dewey was a noted M. D.
And best of all was his plastic surgery.
Elizabeth Summers taught history in a select girls' schoolf
As disciplinarian she made them keep the rule.
Helen Dix was an excellent music teacherg
Accompanying violinists was her special feature.
Frances Hardy owned a business college,'
She always made the best use of her knowledge.
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Elizabeth Bonharn excelled in cornniercial art,
One aid to her success was that she looked the part.
A kindergarten teacher was Cynthia Knapp,
The children all loved her: she had so rnnch snap
Ilffargaret Vaughan had a wonderful niindg
Snch a splendid student was hard to jind.
Donald Glenn owned a large drug store,
An excellent pharmacist he was noted for.
Ruth Sutherland, a competent nurse,
Knew just what to do when a patient grew worse.
Hfargaret Ward, in a physics laboratory,
To Pulaski High School brought rnnch glory.
Ruth Bocock's ojjice at Bowling Green,
As I approached the college, was the first to be seen.
Estella Long, at Roanoke Business College,
Was the best teacher there, I rnnst acknowledge.
Blargaret Qnesenberry was a petite housewife,
Settled down in Pulaski for the rest of her life.
VV hen Kenneth Brngh's plane came down with a crash,
I awoke from my dream in an instant flash.
Alta M atheney
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