Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1939

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PAGE TEN SEASON OF 1939 Jf THE ORIOLE 1938 CLASS OF 1939 ENTERS ON THRESHOLD OF LIFE WITH ★ BRILLIANT RECORD ★ As president of the Senior class and the Boys’ Hi-Y, Hen- ry has proven his leadership ability. We don’t know how we could have gotten along without his able help and guidance. Treasurer of the Student Body ’37-’38; Beta Club ’38- ’38: President of the Senior Class ’38-’39; President of the Boys ' Hi-Y Club. ’38-’39; Debating Club ’38-’39; Cir- culation manager of the Oriole ’38-’39. RUTH DICKERSON Ruth is a girl of whom we are proud. She is studious, quiet, modest — not loud, an honor to the class of the year ’39. When the teachers grade papers, there Ruth will shine. Secretary and Treasurer of Freshman Class ’35-’36; Beta Club ’38-’39; Sec. of Latin Club ’37- ' 38 ; Glee Club ’37- ’38; Librarian of Glee Club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Assistant Editor-in- Chief of Oriole ' 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; Vice- Presidenet of Girls’ Hi-Y. Quiet, dignified, ambitious, Donald is a boy to win the re- spect and admiration of all who know him. Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’37-’38— ’ 3 8 -’ 3 9 : Football Squad ’37- ’38 — ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Secretary of the Junior Class ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; Typist for Oriole Chirps ’38 -’39; Vice President of Senior Class ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Monogram Club ’38- ’39. REBECCA IIILTZHEIMER With her initiative, ability, and sincerity, Beckey is destin- ed to become a leader in the world as she has been in high school. Secretary and Treasurer of the Sophomore Class ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 ; Latin Club ’36 -’37; Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 — ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; ’ 3 8- ' 3 9 ; Glee Club ' 3 7-’ 3 8— ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Beta Club ' 38 -’39 President of Student Body ’38-’ 39; Editor of Oriole Chirps ’38-’39; Assistant Edi- tor of Oriole ’38-’39. Audrey’s executive ability, her generosity, and her sincer- ity have stamped her as a real Pulaski High girl. Secretary of the Freshman Class ’ 3 5 -’ 3 6 ; Secretary of the Debating Club ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 ; Secre- tary of the Sophomore Class ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 ; Glee Club ’37-’38; Secretary of the Senior Class ’38 -’39; Literary Editor of the Oriole. JEANNE HALL We point with pride to Jeanne, who has just terminat- ed a successful term as state president of the. Girls’ Hi-Y. However, her ability and ini- tiative are not her most out- standing features for she is also amiable and gracious. Secretary of Reading and De- bating Club ’ 3 5 -’ 3 6 ; Basket- ball team, ’36-’37 — ’ 37-’38 — ’38-’39: Girls ' Hi-Y Club ’36-’37 — ’37-’38 — ’38-’39; State Hi-Y President ' 37-’38; Glee Club ' 37-’38— ’ 38- ' 39; Latin Club ’37 - ' 38; Cheer Leader ’38-’39. Arnold was chosen business manager o f the Oriole this year, which in itself exempli- fies the confidence and depend- ability we have in him. Treasurer of Senior Class ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Vice President of Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’38 -’39; Business Manager of the Ori- ole ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Boys’ Chorus ’38- ’39; Manager of the Basket- ball Team ’ 3 8 -’ 3 9 ; Vice Presi- dent of the Student Body ’38- ’39. BILL DENT Bill is always willing to do his part and we could never do without him whenever there is anything to be done. He is al- ways looking for excitement, and a better all-round boy would be hard to find. President of Freshman Class ' 35 -’36; Cheer Leader ’37- ' 38 — ’38-’39; Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 — ’38-’39; Boys’ Chorus ’38-’39.

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’■ r i i; i l l| »■ = « ■ " »l - ’ ’ i s » I I » = - » - - it 3 - j THE ORIOLE + SEASON OF + 1938 1939 Jf PAGE NINE FRESHMEN EMERGE ON BRINK OF HIGH SCHOOL CAREER On September one hundred fifty-five Freshmen reported at the High School to receive in- structions for the year and to be divided into sections under the sponsorship of Miss Laura Dalton, Miss Frances Foster, Miss Crystal Frye, and Mr. Richard T. Daughtrey. Those under Miss Dalton ' s supervision are : Charles Keg- ley, George Kennedy, George Kidd, Ray King, Dennis Lan- dis, Hez Malone, Clyde Marsh- all, Lee Marshall, Thomas: Marshall, Gordan Melton, Cooper Morefield, Frank Moore, Raymond Moore, Robert Moore, Ned Muire, Thomas Nance, Clarence Otey, Clayton Owens, John Owen, Charles Pauley, Hayward Pike, Charles Price, Richard Quesen- berry, Wiley Lambert, Helen Jordan, Hazel Jones, Ruth Jones, Mary Elizabeth John- son, Lillian Keister. Naomi Kegley, Peggy Laugbon, Alma Lyons. Charlene McNew. Nel- lie McCall, Anna Michele, Dolly Myers, Mattie Midkiff, Patsey Miller, Glenna Myers, Blanche Nelson, Ruth Nelson, Evelyn Pettyjohn, Charlotte Ray, Lois Rosenbaum, Doro- thy Roseberry, Homer Lester, Roger Kegley. Miss Foster ' s room: Ray- mond Riggs, Clifford Ritter, Thomas Rosenbaum, James Scott, Richard Silcox, Shirley Sprinkle, Frank Stafford, Joe Surface, Rudolph Sutherland, H. A. Turner, James Walker, Melvin Warden, James Webb, Winston Webb, Robert Whit- man, Willard Woodyard, John Wooten, Lola Ramsdell, Blanche Rook, Stella Rigney, Virginia Rigney, Doris Run- ion, Mary Ryan, Betty Jo Schrader, Jacqueline Seagle, El- len Steger, Lenord Spangler, Hazel Stone, Oreta Stuart, Eva Mae Surber, Ellen Taylor, Re- ma Thompson. Ruth Thorn- ton, Lucy Turner, Lois Via. Virginia Vickers, Ruth Vin- son, Elsie Weeks, June Welter, Donna Willis, Gladys Young, Lula Wheeling Miss Frye’s room : Cecil Da- vidson, David Durman, Don- ald Farmer, Kenneth Farmer, Douglas Fisher, Pierce Flinch- um, Junior Folden, James French, Dennis Frye, Ralph Gemmell, George Gerberich, Junior Gray, Vernon Greena- myer, Billy Groseclose, Elva Haislip, G’enn Hall, Jeff Hall, Porter Ham, Junior Haney, James Hardy, King Harrison, Cinton Jennings, Charles Gose, Iris Duncan, Louise Dunlap, Irene Farmer, Kathryne Frier, Bonnie Jeanne Gallimore, Pau- line Gatewood, Edith Gibbs, | Lucille Grantham. Hden Hais- lip, Lyons Hall. Ruby Hearn, Anna Ruth Hixson. Eleanor Imboden. Mr. Daughtrey’ s room : Bill Alley, Douglas Alley. Fred Al- ey, Robert Adams, Frank Ak- ers, Eugene Adams, Clyde Al- bert, Garnet Amburn, Rex An- drews, James Bouldin, Bill Bouldin, Donald Brookman. Donald Bratton, Jack Cald- well, David Carlton, Bill Col- trane, John Cornelius, Charles Cox, Dewitt Creger, Ohmer Crowell, Henry Coble, Frances Adair, Nina Akers, Ruth Al- len, Helen Austin, Annie Lee Basset, Isabel Black. Peggy B o s ang, Geraldine Brannen, Hazel Brookman, Tharon Breedlove, Gray Brown, Char- lotte Bruce, Mabel Buckner, Bessie Carras, Betty Chestnutt. Susie Cark, Fannie Cline, Vir- ginia Cale, Eloise Covey, Eve- lyn Cox. Grace Crawford, Mil- dred Crouch, Pauline Allen.

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THE ORIOLE SEASON + OF 1938 1939 PAGE ELEVEN i l i i t ‘ l t t l t r i ( E i E i ★ ED. GRANTHAM A fighting linesman is Ed, That’s all that needs to be said No, wait, yet a little more. He always helps run up the score. Football team ' 35 -’36 — ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 — ’37-’38 — ’38- ' 39; P. H. S. Boxing team ’34-’35; Monogram Club ' 37 -’38 — ’38-’39; Boys’ Hi-Y Club ' 36-’37 — ’ 3 7-’ 3 8. KITTY SUTHERLAND She’s full of life, she’s full of fun, There can’t be any who can beat this one. AUSTIN RIGGS Austin Riggs is slender and tall, A genuine good fellow, A friend to all. If you have knowledge let others light their candle by it. — Margaret Fuller JOE AYLOR When it comes to pranks and fun Joe is always among the first to have a part. His Cheerv disposition will be missed. FORREST OWEN He picks at keys, but not at shes — That’s Forrest. Football team ’ 3 7-’3 8 ; ' 38- ’39; Monogram Club ’38-’39; Typist for the Oriole ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 : Typist for the Oriole Chirps ’38- ' 39. GLADYS SCHRADER Gladys slips like a fairy into| every thing worth while. She has that simplicity of manner and studious reserve which have won her lasting friend- ship. Debating Club ’35 -’36; Basketball team ’37-’38— ’38- ’39; Athletic Editor of Oriole ’38- ' 39. TOM PAINTER Tom, who came to us as a post-graduate is a combination of noble thoughts, high ambi- tions and common sense. MARY LEE ROBERTSON Mary Lee doesn’t say much, but what she does say is well worth listening to. JOSEPH NIXON Great modesty often hides great merit. LOIS RICHARDSON To know Lois is to like her. Quiet and retiring, she resem- bles deep waters — a force that remains until disturbed. Debating Club ' 3 5 -’ 3 6. SAMUEL GRAHAM PEARL DOWNS Pearl is quiet but her friend- ly smile drives away all her shyness. If Samuel forgets to write English themes, overlooks a class or two, and comes in late, it is not because he is absent- minded. but because he is so absorbed in a certain line of thought that the trivial and I unessentials do not exist.

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