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PARLEZVOUS FRANCAIS P.H.S. FRENCHMEN CARRY ON FRENCH CLUB PICTURE (Reading left to right) FIRST ROW Le CIRCLE FRANCAIS, a rather in- formal society, was sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Blair, who teaches both French 10 and 11. The first Monday of each month was especially set aside for les seances, when a program committee sup- plied a social heure, which usually consisted of games and general entertainment per- taining to French. Monsieurs Flubert Groseclose, Bill Hardy, Frank Hiltzheimer, Edward Pagans, Donald Richardson, James Romano, Doyle Strain, and James Vinson made up the male population of the club, and were nearly doubled in number by les Made- moiselles Ann Andring, Elizabeth Adair, Betty Billig, Margaret Bunts, Frances Cale, Isabel Gilmer, Milda Morefield, Fran- ces Plunkett, Elva Ryan, and Betty Whit- aker, besides President Ann Morehead, Vice-President Doris Webb, Secretary Kath- erine Harman, and Treasurer Elizabeth Brown. Le Circle seeks to provide painless prac- tice for the use of F ' rench learned in class. DORIS WEBB ELIZABETH BROWN MISS ELIZABETH BLAIR, Sponsor KATHERINE HARMAN ANN MOREHEAD SECOND ROW BETTY BILLIG MARGARET BUNTS MILDA MOREFIELD ELVA RYAN ANN ANDRING BETTY WHITAKER FRANCES CALE ISABEL GILMER FRANCES PLUNKETT ELIZABETH ADAIR THIRD ROW EDWARD PAGANS DONNIE RICHARDSON FRANKLIN HILTZHEIMER BILL HARDY DOYLE STRAIN JAMES VINSON HUBERT GROSECLOSE
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OFFICERS’ CLUB PICTURE (Reading left to right) FIRST ROW BETTY ANN DENHAM EDITH DICKERSON PEGGY BOSANG MABEL WHITE ANN MOREHEAD SECOND ROW DORIS WEBB MURIEL MARTIN HELEN MARTIN MILDRED JONES HELEN BLACK PATSY MILLER ELEANOR IMBODEN POLLY GATEWOOD BONNIE GALLIMORE BILLIE KIRCHNER ISABEL GILMER THIRD ROW MERITA GIBSON PATSY WHITAKER BILLIE HARRIS FOURTH ROW ' HILDA MYERS LORENE DUNCAN GERALDINE MILLI R INS WILMA CARTER LILLIAN KEISTER RUTH I ONES HELEN JORDAN DOTTY GILMER LETTY WAUGH STANDING RUTH WALLACE PORTER HAM BILLY MUMPOWER LOIS COLLINS YIRGINIA CHAFFIN KING HARRISON JACK CALDWELL FRANK NEW ' SOME EDWARD CARNEY BILLY CARPER ROYCE ROSENBAUM JIMMY W ' ALKER BOB WHITMAN JOHN TATE BILL HARDY MARSHALL OWENS DONNIE RICHARDSON MISS ALLEN, Sponsor DAVID JAMESON VIRGINIA PAINTER BETTY BILLIG LUCY TURNER OFFICERS LEARNED TO OFFICIATE IN NEW ORGANIZATION 1 . LTHOlJCil 1 the Officers’ Club seemed strange and new, il was made (|uite interesting and valuable as Miss J. Frances Allen, club sponsor, carefully un- folded and simplified its purpose — that of encourag- ing and promoting proper parliamentary procedure throughout all P. H. S. organizations. Thus, the membership was strictly limited to officers of the recognized organizations of the high school, includ- ing class and home room officers. John Tate, President; Porter Ham, Vice Presi- dent; Ruth Wallace, Secretary, and David Jameson. Treasurer, comprised the official staff for 1939- ’40, and they led the following additional members through a most profitable year: Garnett Amburn, Ann Andring, Betty Jane Billig, Helen Black, Margaret Bunts, Alice Carney, Edward Carney, Bill Carper, Wilma Carter, Lois Collins, Betty Ann Denham, Edith Dickerson, Bill Dudley, Lorene Duncan, Bonnie Jean Gallimore, Pauline Gatewood, Merita Gibson, Dotty Gilmer, Bill Hardy, Billie Harris, Ruby Hearn, Eleanor Imboden, Mildred Jones, Ruth Jones, Helen Jordan, Dottie Leache, Bob MacAdoo, Muriel Martin, Helen Martin, Patsy Miller, Ann Morehead, Hilda Myers, Frank New- some, Louis Painter, Cooper Perkins, Garnett Phibbs, Raymond Riggs, Donald Richardson, Royce Rosenbaum, Thomas Silcox, Ellen Maude Steger, Bobby Stevens, 11. A. Turner, Lucy Turner, Ronald Vaughan, Janie Via, Jimmy Walker, Lettie Waugh, Doris Webb, Mable White, Patsy Whitaker, Bob Whitman, and Johnny Wygal.
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DRAMATIC CLUB PICTURE (Reading left to right) FIRST ROW PORTER HAM, PEARL RODGERS, MABEL WHITE, JEWELL BOLT, VIRGINIA PAIN- TER, FRANCES McCALL, PEGGY MARTIN, MISS MARY ANN SANDERSON. Sponsor, MISS ELIZABETH MacDONALD. Sponsor, ANN MOREHEAD, MARGARET BUNTS. SECOND ROW LOIS RUSSELL, LILLIAN KEISTER. RUTH RODGERS. RUTH RHEA LANDIS, NINA AKERS, NELLIE McCALL, MARY BOULDIN, SUSIE CLARK, SARA HUDSON, CHAR- LENE McNEW, HELEN JORDAN, MARY LEE PHILLIPS. THIRD ROW MARY AKERS, LOUISE DALTON, MAR- GARET KEGLEY, HELEN SANDERS, PEG- GY LAUGHON, ALMA COLLINS, MARY SUE MILES, NEDRA AKERS, ELAINE EGGERT. MARGARET OWEN. LAURA CLARK. DORIS WEBB. HELEN BLACK. FOURTH ROW CHARLES KEGLEY, CHARLES PAULEY, MILDRED McCALL. ELSIE WEEKS, ANNA MICHELE, MILDRED KEISTER, IDA WAL- LACE, DOROTHY MANUEL, MILDRED PETTYJOHN, PEGGY VAUGHAN, MABEL RIGGS. ISABEL GILMER, LETA JOHNSON. FIFTH ROW RALPH TESTER. JUNIOR MOORE. GAR- LAND CARPER, VIRGINIA SCOTT. PERRY HALEY. HELEN HAISL1P, BOBBY GRAHAM. MARY ANN RATCLIFFE, BESSIE CARRAs] SARAH LUGAR, FRANCES CALE, FRANCES PLUNKETT. JOANNE RICHARDSON. RUTH OTEY, JOHN TATE, BETTY BILLIG. WE HAD SOME DRAMA FANS TOO W HEN Miss “Mac” mentioned the fact that she was planning to sponsor a Dramatic Club, she was overwhelmed by the number of students who were interested. Approximately 70 drama fans joined the club, whose two-fold purpose was to further students’ interests in both professional and high school drama, and to recognize latent dramatic talent in P. H. S. The club was very active under the leadership of Virginia Painter, President; Peggy Martin, Vice- President; Ann Morehead, Secretary; and Margaret Bunts, Treasurer. For example, when the San Carlo Opera Co. presented Verdi ' s La Traviata in Roanoke last winter, about 60 members journeyed to that fair city and enjoyed the performance; they also sponsored trips to Roanoke to see certain other professional plays, including Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, as well as to Radford for Shakespeare ' s Macbeth and Hamlet. The club also assisted in the presentation of Pulaski High dramatic functions, including the P. H. S. Follies and the Senior play, Once There was a Princess. Those enrolled in the P. H. S. Dramatic Club were: Mary Akers, Nina Akers, Kemper Baker, Betty Jane Billig, Helen Black, Margaret Black, Charlotte Ann Bruce, Susie Clark, Mary Louise Cassell, Viola Craig, Alice Carney, Garland Carper, Louise Dalton, Elaine Eggert, Isabel Gilmer, Helen Haislip, Perry Haley, Porter Ham, Sara Hudson, Leta Johnson, Helen Jordan, Charles Kegley, Mar- garet Kegley, Lillian Keister, Ruth Rhea Landis, Peggy Laughon, Dottie Leache, Sarah Lugar, Dorothy Manuel, Peggy Martin, Frances McCall, Mildred McCall, Nellie McCall, Charlene McNew, Ann Michele, Sue Miles, Frank Moore, Ann More- head, Billy Mumpower, Ruth Otey, Margaret Owen, Virginia Painter, Mildred Pettyjohn, Mary Lee Phillips, Frances Plunkett, Mary Ann Ratcliffe, Joanne Richardson, Mabel Riggs, Pearl Rodgers, Ruth Rodgers, Lois Russell, Helen Marie Sanders, Virginia Scott, John Tate, Ralph Tester, H. A. Turner, Moody Vann, Peggy Vaughan, Janie Via, Doris Webb, Betty Whitaker, Embree White, Don- na Willis, and Margaret Wisler.
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