Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1937

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Pauline Vinson Dramatic Club ' jj “Polly” possesses much wit, but she is rather shy in using it. Olga W i rt Literary Society ’jy, Reading Club ’j6 We know Olga will go far in life because she has had to come “far” to school. M elvin Whitaker Hi- Y, Debating Club Melvin’s laugh will long be remembered by the class. We wish him loads of success in whatever he does.

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Dawn Purvis Lyons IH- Y, French Club Dawn’s cheerful and amiable disposi- tion has won her many friends in P. H. S. She is the only one to receive both a M. R. S. degree and diploma. W inston Taylor “Windy” is another newcomer to our class, but he has won us all with his “flying feet.” Helen Reynolds Literary Society, Dramatic ’jj Helen is small, but she stands high in her commercial work of typing and shorthand. Edward Turman “Termite” belongs to the serious type. His chief interest is aviation. May he have “happy landings.” Virginia Rhoades Literary Society “A friend in joy and in sorrow; A friend today, a friend tomorrow:” — that is our Virginia. H. C. Vaughan Dramatic Club ' 34, Literary Society “Fish” is always in a jovial mood. His sunny disposition has helped us through many ordeals. What could we have done without him?



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Senior Class History AS TWO Seniors walked into the movies, extracts of their conversation floated on the air. Perhaps it was rude, but because I wondered just what they had thought of their four years of school and because I knew that all Seniors at this time of the year must be entertaining that subject, I listened. Are you curious? Well, I’ll tell you — but don’t let it go any further. “And there were 140 Freshmen jammed into Miss Dalton’s, Miss Frye’s and Miss Kinder’s rooms. ‘Jazz’ Morehead was President and — who was Vice-President?” “Who says my brain isn’t better than yours? Listen, my dear; Jack Lugar was Vice-President and Blanche Covey, Secretary- Treasurer. Am I gloating?” answered number two. “Well, if you are, it’s not for long because I remember these figures — 117 Sophomores with officers: President, Mary Carson; Vice-President, Tommy Combiths, and Secretary-Treasurer, Bonnie Jean Painter for Miss Croswhite’s room. But again mv brain fails me — now, you speak up!” “Miss Kinder’s room elected Blanche Covey President, Henry More- head Vice-President, and Bill Gulliford Secretary-Treasurer, I remember.” “Don’t open your mouth! Yes, there were 63 Juniors in 1936, divided by the Commercial and Academic courses.” Again number one piped, “Oh, yes! there were also some officers such as Mary Carson President; Blanche Covey Vice-President, and Jack Lugar Secretary-Treasurer. That was the year we bid Mr. Ingles adieu and Mr. Rice hello!” “Now we have dwindled until there are only 52 Seniors. But we showed our brains in electing Tommy Combiths President; Bonnie Jean Painter Vice-President; Blanche Covey Secre tary, and Watts Steger Treasurer. Now it’s up to us to show the world our good in our Theatre Oriole with Mary Thorn Painter Editor-in-Chief — ” “Yes, my dear, but the lady behind us says to please shut up — that Robert Taylor’s voice is good enough for her.” And so my neighbors lapsed into silence. 64

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