Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1939

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THE ORIOLE SEASON ★ OF ★ 1938 ★ 1939 PAGE THIRTEEN I II l I i I (I I 1 t ■ 1 0 : i ■ «! ■ »i 11 (| HI ■ II « I l r ‘ - I 1 - fl ' I ERCELL RYAN Ercel is our class beautician. May she “wave and curl” her way to “permanent” success. Glee Club ’37 - ' 38 — ■’ 38- ’39. The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one has to do. — James M. Barrie RUTH VINSON Attractive and dainty, with just enough indifference, thrown in to add spice — That’s Ruth. Latin Club ’37-’38. PEGGY QUESENBERRY Peggy is a little girl in size but a big girl in personality and school activities. President of Latin Club ’37-’38; Monogram Club ' 37- ' 38 — ’38-’39; Secretary of St udent Body ’ 3 8 3 9. GRACE HEARN Not too sober, not too gay. But a true blue girl in every way. Joke Editor of the Oriole ’38-’ 39; Treasurer of the Beta Club ’38-’39. COSNE DALTON Cosne reminds us of the wise old owl. He seldom speaks un- less spoken to, but there is a world of wisdom stowed away in that head of his. Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’3 8-’ 39; Boys’ Chorus ' 3 8- ' 3 9. ERLINE KEGLEY Always friendly, ever gay, with a smile, a nod, and a glad “good day” — That’s Erline. Assistant Joke Editor of the Oriole ’38-’39. MARY KNAPP With a jest on her tongue, a smile on her lips, Mary is bub- bling with fun to her finger tips. Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Glee Club ’37-’38. ELLA WALKER Ella’s originality and inter- est in worthwhile things im- part to her a pleasing person- ality — is red haired and alto- gether charming. President of the Latin Club ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 ; Latin Club ’37-’38. NICK OGLESBY Nick joined us two years ago. Although a big tease, we find him a true friend and a loyal companion. Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Monogram Club ’38 -’39; Football team ’38-’39. KATHLEEN SURBER What woud we have done without Kathleen to lend dig- nity to the Senior Class? Latin Club ’37-’38.

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PAGE TWELVE SEASON OF 1938 1939 + THE ORIOLE Football team ’38-’39; Lat- in Club ’38-’39; Debating Club ’38-’39; Monogram Club ' 38-’39. HENRY PATTERSON Little need be said about our gridiron Captain “ Friday ”. His actions speak lou ' der than our words. Football team ’36 -’37 — ! ’37-’38 — ’38-’39; Captain of the football team ’38 -’39; President of the Monogram Club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Vice President of Sophomore Class ’37-’38; Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Swimming team ’ 3 8-’ 3 9. KALIMA DALTON “Chime” with her sweet disposition has won many friends not only in the Sen- ior Class but i n the whole school as well. She is a real friend and is always willing to help when she can. Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’36-’37— ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 — ’38-’39 ; Glee Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; President of Glee Club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 : Art Editor of Oriole ’38-’39; Vice President cf Beta Club ’38-’39; Society Editor of Oriole Chirps ’38- ' 39. SISCLE RAINES Sisde possesses a personality that is a healing balm to the troubles of his classmates. His humor has gained for him a host of friends at P. H. S. Football team ’38 -’39; Monogram club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9. ANNE CRUISE TRESS A PETERS May a bad fortune follow you all your days, but never catch up with you. Basketball team ’37 - ' 38: Softball team ’ 3 7-’ 3 8. EARNEST TOLLEY “So earnest in his work and fun, we know not half the work he’s done.” BETTY JORDAN “She is herself a collection of the best things.’ Vice President of Freshman Class ’ 3 5 - ' 3 6 ; Editor-in-Chief of Oriole ' 38-’39; Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’36-’37 — ’37-’38; Presi- dent Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’38- ’39; Beta Club ’37-’38; De- bating Club ’35-’36-’38-’39. C. J. HAISLIP We point with pride to C. J. who made the All-South- west Virginia football team. Football team ' 35 -’36 — ' 3 7-’ 3 8 ; Basketball team ’36- ' 37 _ ' 37 -’38 — ’3 8 -’3 9; Monogram Club ' 37 -’38 — ’38-’39; Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’37-’38 — ’ 3 8-’ 3 9. Anne came to us two years ago and has steadily won our respect and admiration. She loves amusement and fun and has even a glint of mischief lurking in her eyes. WILBUR KIRBY If education were a soda fountain ‘Tub” could jerk his way to success. Sergeant-of-Arms Boys’ Hi- Y Club ’38-’39; Monogram Club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Football team ’38-’39.



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i PAGE FOURTEEN SEASON OF 1938 1939 THE ORIOLE ALLYNE AGEE Sweet and modest, so demure. Is Allyne in our midst. We can ' t pass by her saintly lure. Her charms we can’t resist. JACK WARD Today is yesterday’s pupil. — Franklin DAN HINSON When it comes to athletics and fun, Dan will always come on the run. Boys’ Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Monogram Club ’38-’39; Sen- ior Class Reporter ’38-’39; Circulation Manager of Oriole ’38-’39; Manager of the Foot- ball team ’38-39; Boys’ Chor- us ’ 3 8-’ 3 9. MARY STAMAUGH Mary has taken an active part in the activities of the school. As captain of the bas- ketball team, she has done her work well. Basketball team ’ 3 7 -’ 3 8 — ’ 3 8 -’ 3 9 ; President of Mono- gram Club ’38-’39; Treasurer of Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Cheer Leader ’38-’39; Captain Basketball team ’ 3 8 -’ 3 9 ; Pho- tographic Editor of Oriole ’38- ’39. NANCY MITCHELL The best of things are not always expressed in words, for what is so rare as a girl in tune? Piano? Yes, and organ, too. Debating Club ’ 3 5 -’ 3 6 — ’3 7-’ 3 8 — ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Latin Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; Glee Club ’37-’38— ’38-’39; Beta Club ’37 -’39. There’s nothing impossible to a willing heart — That’s Jack. Football team ’35 -’36 — ’3 7-’ 3 8 — ’38 J ’39; Monogram Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 — ’ 3 8-’39 ; Beta Club ’ 3 8-’3 9. KATHERINE BRUGH MILDRED WALLNER There’s something “sorta” contagious about Mildred’s smile — something so sincere that those of us who are cynics want to run up and congratu- late her. NANCY WORLEY Th e elements are so mixed in Nancy that nature might stand up and say to the world, “There’s a woman.” Girls’ Hi-Y Club ’36-’3 7— RICHARD WARD “My heart is whole and fancy free, Run ’long small girls, Don’t bother me.” Footbal team ’ 3 6-’ 3 7 — 38- ' 39; Debating Club ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Monogram Club ’ 3 8 -’ 3 9 Quite the jolliest girl we know. Full of pep and lots of go. Girls Hi-Y ’38-’39; Ad Edi- tor of Oriole ’38-’39. Basketball squad ’36 -’37; Assistant ad-editor of the Ori- ole ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Monogram Club ’38-’39. ’37-’38 — ’ 3 8-’ 3 9 ; Latin Club ’ 3 7-’ 3 8 ; Glee Cub ’38-’39; Literary Editor of Oriole ’38- ’39; Senior Reporter of Oriole Chirps ’38-’39. JOANNE RICHARDSON The most manifold sign of wisdom is cheerfulness. Girls Hi-Y Club ’38-’39; Beta Club ’38-’39.

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