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Page 37 text:
Notice!! We have moved our place of business "You Bring It-We
Fix It Radio Repair Shop" to No. 203 Main St. Visit us here.-Daniel
Umberger and Walter Smith.
Notice!! Special rates on photographs all this week. Drop in and
see us.-Kirkner and Schrader, Photographers.
Edward Dent, aeronautical engineer of this field, expressed hope
today for the perfection of a super-speed aircraft. Mr. Dent says that
his new craft will be capable of S00 miles per hour and carry passengers
amounting to 50.
Miss Elizabeth Hall, secretary to superintendent of Pulaski County
schools, announces that the state will appropriate 875,000 for a new high
school, including a gymnasium. Plans are being made and it is hoped to
have it completed by next fall.
Mr. Walter Morehead has returned from a fishing excursion to More-
head City. He reports the catch of a 50 pound tuna-but you should
have heard of the one that got away.
Mr. Dalton will present the first picture starring Robert Carson
tonight. Mr. Carson's picture is entitled "Dancing Feet."
The following Pulaski girls have completed a business course at
Roanoke National Business College: Misses Eunice Hall, Nellie Rosen-
berry, Armenia Spangler, Ethel Smith, Velva Riggs, Alice Umberger,
Frances Snider and Lee Pickerel. All graduate with high honors, Miss
Riggs being at the head of the class. t
Roanoke Times Radio Bulletin. '
Bently Bocock, radio crooner, will open his program tonight with an
old favorite "Dinner For One, Please James." Tune in at 8:45. The
melodies will include some new tunes.
Richmond, Virginia. V
William Aylor, local radio operator, was injured in a wreck as he
drove to the station this morning. The injuries were not serious, but his
car and that of a tourist were completely demolished.
Lincoln Baugh, ace billiard player, will appear at the Elks tonight.
Mr. Baugh has a reputation for his ability and announced he would play
anyone in the building.
I hope these will reveal something to you although they are
Mary Cox, Class Propkeless of 1936.
Page 36 text:
We are pleased to announce the opening of our new vocal studio in
the National Arts Building which will occur May 1. For arrangements
please get in touch with us. Telephone No. 18.-Miss Mary Virginia
jackson and Miss Irene Brown.
Forest Hills, N. J.
Misses Patty Vier and Helen Boothe are in hard training for the
coming tennis tournament. They are said to be one of the best double
Four of the high school teachers left today for Richmond, where they
will attend the State Teachers Convention. Those leaving were Pauline
Keister, Charlotte Clark, 1-lelene Altizer and Evelyn Elkins.
VVanted! More young boys to deliver your local newspaper. See
circulation manager Robert Painter.
Miss Ethel Morehead, feminine coach of Pulaski High, today for the
first time made a statement to the press concerning her super-six team of
1946. Miss Morehead boasts of a fast, experienced team which she
guarantees will beat Radford and Saltville. This statement was challenged
by Miss Helen Richardson, Radford High coach, who said, "Radford will
always find a way to win."
The popular Misses Virginia Hlallner, Virginia Eastman and Elsie
VVade, models at Wade's Foundation Shoppe are vacationing this week
at Palm Beach.
Miss Nora Richards, home economist will demonstrate the new
electric ranges at the Appalachian Electric Power Company this Friday
Miss Vera Xklard has returned from a visit to Bluefield College where
she was guest of her sister.
Mr. Chester Richardson, wizard of the guitar, will give his last
broadcast for Brown's Mule Chewing Tobacco Hour. Included in his
broadcast will be "Home On the Range" and "Eleven More Months."
New York City.
Mr. Roswell Seagle, tennis ace, was seen practicing vigorously in
preparation for his match with Fred Perry which takes place in the
Madison Square Garden on March 21, 1939.
Friends of Wialter Runyon, lst lieutenant U. S. Navy, will be pleased
to learn that he has been selected as one of the company to be in Byrd's
Expedition to Little America in the near future.
Page 38 text:
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
E, the Seniors, after our work in Pulaski High is done,
do feel it is time for us to depart from these surround-
ings which we have honored, loved, and cherished for
the past eleven, twelve and hfteen years, and in departing do feel
that it is necessary to bequeath to our underclassmen some of
our honors, privileges, weaknesses and numbskullery.
To Mr. Eckman, in return for his kindness, we will three
new cars which must be kept in front ol the building and be
equipped with radios, heaters and horns that are guaranteed to
blow loudly enough to disturb all classes, and are to be used
strictly by Seniors who prefer their study halls in the wide open
To Miss Pugh, in appreciation for bearing with us these
trying nine months, we leave a Senior Class that will answer to
roll call and promise to not cut chapel more than once a week.
To Miss Bondurant we leave a new streamline wagon in
which to carry her excess luggage to and from school.
To Miss Blair we leave an automatic board washer to wash
all geometric figures from the said board.
To Miss DuVal we leave our best wishes for a happy future
after this year.
To Miss Dalton and Miss Croswhite we leave a fully equip-
To Miss Kinder we leave a debating' team that will win
To Miss Frye we leave a Senior play that will not need to be
To Mr. Rice we leave an assistant who will prepare and
make his chapel speeches.
To Mr. Counselinan we leave a class that will report and
carry out his instructions.
To the underclassinen wo do bequeath as follows:
I, Russell Kirby, do will my ability to express the emotions
of a hungry swine to Bobby Cecil.
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