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PULASKI’S FLEDGLINGS Eugene Adams, Irene Akers, Kelly Albert. Thelma Allen, Bill Alley, Harry Alley, Garnet Amburn, Harold Anderson, Rex Andrews, N. D. Artrip, Kelly Aust, Rudolph Aust, James Bouldin, R. K. Baumgardner. Roxie Bentley. Helen Black. Margaret Black, Sara Black. Willie Bow- man, Donald Brookman, Rosa Laa Brown, Lloyd Byrd. Jack Caldwell. Helen Cale, Billy Carper, Willie Cecil, Charles Childress, Roy Coble Alma Collins, Roy Collins. Stuart Cook, Violet Craig, Douglas Crowell, Houston Dalton, Cecil Davidson, Mary Davidson, Thomas Dickerson Jane Divers. Douglas Dobbins, Charles Doyle. David Durmon, Merle Durmon, Darnell Eaton, Tiny Ewdards, Mable Eversole, May Bell Fagg, Donald Farn er, Douglas Fisher. Pierce Flinchum, Junior Folden, Helen Freeman. James French, Randolph French, Ernest Fuller, Merita Gibson, Barbara Graham, Lucille Grantham, Donald Greenamyer, Vernon Greenamyer, Hallie Gussler, Madaline Guynn, Juanita Hailey Calvin Hall, Collina Hall. Porter Ham, Bill Hardy, Juanita Harrell, Thomas Harrell, Billy Harris, King Harrison, Hensel Hawkins, Herman Hearn, Selma Hill, Warren Hinson, Emma Hoback, Lewis Hodge, Jane Ann Hogg, Frances Horton, Doris Howlett, Charles Hudson, Margaret Hudson, Hugh Huff, Lucille Huff, Geneva Hughes, Ulysses Hull, Alma Hurst, Ellen Hutchins, Mable Johnson, Annie Johnston, Arnold
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SCHOOL BEGAN SEPTEMBER 14 O NE DAY last fall, September 14, to be exact, there was a terrific uproar in these old halls — an uproar which our old Alma Mater welcomed with joy. For three long, hot, summer months she had stood practically neglected by her P. H. S. children. But now, she was again happily assured that they had not forgotten here. No, most of them had come back to spend another school year within her walls — a school year to be remember- ed always in fond recollection of happy experiences. Yes, there were approximately 460 P. H.S. “noise-makers” who reg- istered on that beautiful September morning; and all of us were lull of vim, vigor, and vitality, ready to start our 1939-’40 school life off right. It was a great day — a day of re- newing old acquaintances, a day of meeting new teachers and friends, a day of comparing vacation notes, and a day of generally getting ac- quainted with the whole set up around which we would build our lively interests for the next nine months. Included in that gay number were nearly 150 bright young studes entirely inexperienced in high school functions and eagerly starting out to travel the highway that would some day lead them either to life’s beck- oning portals or to institutions ot higher learning. These young fresh- men made up the largest class in the school; and soon the bewildered ex- pression that characterized every young fledgling’s enthusiastic coun- tenance grew less perplexed, as they gradually settled down to the regular routine of acquiring useful know- ledge and indulging in their new ad- venture of high school activities. Bubbling over with unsuppress- ed excitement, they were promptly divided into five home-rooms under the faculty guidance of Misses Jean Bundy, J. Frances Allen, Vir- ginia Harman, Elizabeth Painter, and Laura Dalton. Soon after the first bit of glamour had worn off, the en- tire class met and held their first elec- tion to select 1939-’40 class officers. Mary Helen Keith was elected presi- dent, and Vernon Greenamyer vice- president; “Slick” Tench was chosen secretary, while Frank Newsome won the title of treasurer. Thus organ- ized, the class was led through a most profitable and enjoyable year; and despite the major organizations from which they were barred, entered into many activities which their upper- classmen enjoyed.
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THE CLASS OF 1943 Johnston, Eldridge Jones, Mildred Jones, Roger Kegley, George Kidd, Annie Lois King, Edward King. Roy King. Doris Kisling, Archie Kitts, Clifford Kitts, Ben Knapp, Homer Lester, Buddy Lugar, Hez Malone. Edward Mann, Tom Marshall, Bernard Martin. Muriel Martin, Her- man Matheny, Mary Melts, Mildred Mitchell, Ruth Moles, Cooper Morefield, Ralph Neese, Elmer Newman, Thomas Newsome, Doris Owens, Ruth Otey, Dan Owens, Marvin Patton, Ralph Pearce, George Pendergraph, Raymond Phibbs, Mary Phillips. Thomas Powers, Dorothy Price, Jean Queen, George Rash, Jean Rhoades, Garnett Riggs, Raymond Riggs. Billy Rorrer, Ethel Roseberry, Royce Rosenbaum, Berl Ross, Oakie Rupe, X Sanders, William Saunders, Louis Schaffer, Howard Schrader. Margaret Schrader, Elizabeth Scott. Irene Sheppard. Lena Sheppard, Tom Silcox, Hensel Slaughter, Donna Smith. Jack Snapp, Carl Stafford, Robert Stevens, Doris Surratt, Rudolph Sutherland. Farley Sutphin, Harriet Sutphin, Colleene Taylor, Elsworth Tench, Clara Nell Tester, Harold Tester, Alene Thomas, Frank Thornhill. Claude Turner. Thelma Turner, Cecil Via, Virginia Vickers, James Walker. Gordon Watson, Charles Watts, Bennie Webb, James Webb. Patsy Whitaker, Marie White, Rollin White, Ralph White, Colleen Williams, Howard Williams, Wallace Woodyard, Willard Woodyard. Marie Young, Daphne Young.
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