Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1941

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SPORTS CLUB -Seated (Left to right)— ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, DOTTY GILMER, ANNE ANDRING. ELVA HAISLI P. BILLIE HARRIS, BUDDY KEGLEY. Standing (Left to right) — MISS BUNDY (Sponsor), HAROLD SMITH, DOTTIE I.EACHE. FRANK STAFFORD, BERMAN GRANTHAM, ROSALIND ATKINS, PRESTON JONES, HELEN RHUDY. WE HAD A SPORTS CLUB ROM the expressed interest of both novice and experienced sportsmen, the Sports Club has taken its place for the second year among the organizations that have tended to diver- sify our school activities. It is the custom of the weekly meetings to have a combination of friendly social activ- ity and profitable discussion of sports in re- lation to the school. A purpose is held in view- — that of broadening the views of the members on sportsmanship, knowledge of sports, school spirit, and such related topics. The club has been very successful through the enthusiastic leadership of Anne Andring, who has been assisted by the other ofificers who are: Dotty Gilmer, vice-president; Billie Harris, secretary; and Buddy Kegley, treas- urer. Members were: Anne Andring, Josephine Andring, Douglas Aust, N. D. Artrip, Rosa- lind Atkins, Donald Brookman, Ralph Bral- ley, Jewel Bolt, Bill Bouldin, Bessie Carras, Buzz Cecil, Alma June Collins, Lavenia Chrisley, Charles Doyle, Darnell Eaton, Tiny Edwards, Junior Folden, Dotty Gilmer, Bob- by Graham, Merita Gibson, Edith Gibbs, Berman Grantham, Helen Gregory, Nancy Hutchins, Agnes Hurst, Billie Harris, Bowser Haislip, Margaret Hudson, Hensel Hawkins, Doris Howlett, Eugene Huff, King Harrison, Doggie Jones, Buddy Kegley, Dottie Leache, Ann Michele, Robert Moore, Raymond Moore, Doris Owen, Daxton Owens, Ruby Otey, Charles Pauley, Helen Rhudy, Mary Ryan, Eva Mae Surber, Hazel Stone, Frank Stafford, Glenna Schrader, Dorothea Sances, Ruth Thornton, Helen Vinson, Ronnie Vaughan, Elizabeth Vaughan, Margaret Wis- ler, Jimmie Webb, Letty Waugh, Harold Smith, and Miss Jean Bundy, sponsor. WHICH BRINGS US TO

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SUBTLE WI ELDERS OF THE SKILLET rp 1 HESE “Cultured Cooks” had a fine group this year. When they organized on Novem- ber 13, they elected Louise Dalton to lead them through the year as president; Jose- phine Ryan to assist as vice-president; and Polly Gatewood to do all the recording and handling of money in the capacity of treasurer. To this group Eleanor Imboden was added to serve as our publicity agent so that we might gain some recognition. The club was different from those in the past in that each member was allowed to de- cide the type of activity that she would work with. This turned out well, too; especially with Polly Gatewood, Mabel Johnson, Helen Freeman, and Bonnie Jean Gallimore, whose interest lay in embroidering, and with Eleanor Imboden who learned to crochet. Blanche Nelson also took up chocheting, while Ruth Otey, Violet Wooten and Marie White added some new clothes to their ward- robe. Thelma Allen, Gatha Lucas and Nancy Jackson were the other members of the club who volunteered to lend their services. Jose- phine Ryan and Louise Dalton were a great help to us, especially at our social meetings at night, since they had been studying personal- ity improvement and contributed much by way of enlightening us on the subject. Of course, there were cooking experiences, too. On November 4, five of the members had a wonderful time when they attended the County Home Economics Club Rally at Draper. Then in E ' ebruary we were hostesses to the Dublin and Draper clubs. The primary purpose of these functions was to bring the clubs closer together so that they might know each other and co-operate in a better and more desirable manner. HOME EC. CLUB— (Left to right)- HELEN FREEMAN, NANCY JACKSON, THELMA ALLEN, RUTH OTEY, POLLY GATE- WOOD, ELEANOR IMBODEN. GATHA LUCAS, LOUISE DALTON, MARIE WHITE, BLANCHE NELSON.

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A GREAT V E A R IN ATHLETICS lj OOTBALL season brought Coach John S. Coiner back to us for his second year as coach of Pulaski Hi. He wasted little time in get- ting down to hard work to round the squad of 30 hopefuls into condition. Coach Coiner was soon joined by Mr. John Davidson who was formerly a team mate of his at William and Mary. Mr. Davidson was an outstanding athlete at the Virginia school, playing guard on the football team while there. He took over the line candidates and soon developed a hard- charging forward wall. The boys had been training hard for sev- eral weeks when, on September 27, they stepped out to defeat Martinsville 6 to 0 in the first game of the season. Haislip, Massie, Golden, Huff, Shinault, Alley, Grantham, Jones, Wygal and the Vann brothers, in the first string unit, all had the satisfaction of being the first team ever to play a night football game in Pulaski. The next week found the Orange and Black team facing the Radford Bobcats on foreign soil. After a surprising first half, the Orioles started clicking and came out of the sun baked game on the victorious end of a 26 to 12 score, to make it two years in a row against our traditional grid rivals. The Pulaski boys kept the winning streak in order the following Friday night by trouncing Blacksburg 21 to 0 before a large crowd at Calfee Park. In the next game, with the Vinton Terriers, the Coiner-men encountered some tough luck and had to be satisfied with a 6 to 6 tie.

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