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FUTURE SECRETARIES AT WORK Y E are met at the door of the typing room by a dimpled Miss Arnold, the sponsor. She knows that we have come to interview her on the Typing Club for the Annual and is on her very best behavior (and probably having told the now beaming class to follow her example, or she will knock them in the head). W ith a sparkling smile, she tells us that the club was organized for those who didn’t take typing so that they might learn the fundamentals. Lois Rosenbaum was chosen president, and Puddy Steger secretary and treasurer. 1 hen, as we turn to watch a member flounder aimlessly about on his machine, Sponsor Arnold quickly confiscates a candy bar upon which President Rosenbaum has been gnawing whole-heartedly. She just had time to take a large bite before we rejoined her. Yes, she tells us, due to the fact that there w r ere not enough typewriters to ac- commodate the number of stude nts wanting to join the club, those who came first were “first served.” At first one could see the students using the “peck” system, but after taking a few instructions from Miss Arnold, each member began mastering the touch method.
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DOTTY GILMER, RUTH WEBB, PUDDY STEGER, ANNE ANDRING, DOTTIE LEACHE, MISS JEAN BUNDY, Sponsor. rp 1 HL Girls’ Monogram Club is one of the most active, and membership the most honor- ary, of any of the other groups at Pulaski High. The purpose of the organization is expressed well in its pledge: “As a member of the Girls’ Monogram Club, 1 promise faith- fully to uphold the standards of sportsman- ship, loyalty and fair play, by which I was admitted to this organization.” The five girls who make up this group are elected and initiated into it after fulfilling the qualifications. Membership, briefly, does not come automatically; only to those who have fought the hard battles, those who have obtained poise as losers as well as winners, and to those who have right to claim merits by their athletic prowess, do we award the distinction or wearing our “P”. With our five starlets, all possessing a great share of geniality, the Girls’ Monogram Club feels that it has truly been representative ol a ll that the school would have them stand for and that they have established themselves as capable Student leaders, setting a spotless example for those who look forward to attain- ing the cherished goals which they have al- ready reached. Memories of writing and adopting a con- stitution; of spending laborious hours selling our wares, candy, drinks and the like, in the icy cold, while our football heroes were suc- cessfully registering victory after victory for P. H. S.; of serving as unskilled cooks and hostesses to the Martinsville eleven; of spon- soring dances; and of resuming our trade of salesmanship at the basketball games — all these things that we accomplished and the work that we did will not be forgotten. LOYAL AND COURAGEOUS
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COMPLETE CLASS ROLLS (Miss Painter’s Home Room) J. E. HALE BILL HALL JEFF HALL HERMAN HALL MARVIN HALL ALEX HALLER CECIL HANKS CHARLES HILTZHEIMER BLAINE HUFF DEAN HUFFORD DAVID HUGHES ELDRIDGE JONES JAMES JONES CLIFFORD KITTS JAMES LARK PAUL LEWEY RALPH NUNN RALPH HORTON RUTH HAGEE ANNA LEE HALL JOSEPHINE HALL ELIZABETH HARRIMAN REBA HEDGE JOYCE HILL HELEN HINTON ERMA HODGE ELIZABETH HOWARD MARY HUTCHINS NANCY JACKSON RUTH JENNINGS DORIS KEGLEY BOBBIE KIRKNER DARE LESTER MARIE LONG EVELYN LOVERN GATHA LUCAS DOROTHEA SANCES JOSEPHINE ANDRING (Miss Bundy’s Home Room) ELYVOOD AKERS CLYDE ALBERT BILL ALLEY’ BILLY AUSTIN GLEN BLANKENSHIP DOUGLAS BOYD DONALD BRATTON DONALD BROOKMAN NORMAN BYRD FRESHMEN GEORGE CARRAS NICK CARRAS KENNETH CHAFFIN ALTON CHRISMAN WILLIAM COLLINS BENTLEY COLLINS JACK COLT RAN E RALPH COX RUDOLPH CROCKETT JAY’ EATON ROGER KEGLEY GARLAND KING HELEN ALBERT THELMA ALLEN FANNY’ ANDREWS JEAN BALLENGER WILLIE BOWMAN FRANCES BRALLEY IRENE BRALLEY LOIS BURTON SUE CARPER MARGARET SHINAULT DORIS CHRISLEY’ KATHERINE CLARK GLADYS COOK RUTH CUMMINGS SELMA HILL VIRGINIA OWENS HELEN TILLEY " (Mr. Griftiis’ Home Room) DOUGLAS VIA BILL UMBERGER BUFORD WARNER CONLEY " LTM BERGER TOMMY WAGNER BILLY " WILLIAMS CLAUDE TURNER LY " LE SHUFFLEBARGER NED TILSON GARLAND SURBER THURMAN THOMPSON KENNETH WHITE CLY’DE SHINAULT MILDRED THOMAS MARGARET WHEELING VIOLET YY " OOTEN ANNABEL STAFFORD ANNA SYVENDELL COLLEEN WILLIAMS SYBIL SOUTHERN HA " EN SUTPHIN RUBY’ SLUSHER RUBY " SURRATT VIOLET Y’ONCE PHERBE SURRATT BETTY LOU VICKERS MARY " WHITT DORIS SCOTT LOIS TICKLE LEONA WOLFE PEGGY " WHITE RUTH VIE ROBERTA WADDELL ADA SAWERS GERALDINE WIRT (Mr. Davidson’s Home Room) CLIVE DALTON BILL DOUGHERTY " DONALD DAY " IS HENRY " DAY " IS JAMES DUNCAN GEORGE EDWARDS SIDNEY ELLIS CURTIS FAGG CLYDE FARMER JAMES GRAY FARMER JAMES CURTIS FARMER STUART FARMER CLARENCE FELTY DOUGLAS FLICK MARION FOUNTAIN STANLEY’ FROST RALPH GRUBB HAMPTON BUCKMAN ULYSSES HULL RALPH NEESE YVESLEY KNODE BESS DALTON EMILY DALTON MERCEDES DAY " IDSON ZELDA DaY ' IS CHRISTINE DICKERSON VIOLA DUNCAN RACHEL DEW DURMAN ELLEN ESKRIDGE SELENA EVANS KATIE BELL FISHER PEARL FOLDEN JACQUELINE FROST JUANITA HARRELL GEORGIA LEE SLUSHER EDNA OGLE MARGARET YVATTS (Miss Scott’s Home Room) HERMAN MATHENEY ' LEROY McGEE DIX MILLER ROY MITCHELL RALPH NELSON BILLY OYVENS FRED PAGE HARLEY MARSHALL CONRAD PALMER RAYMOND PARSELL THOMAS POWERS ARNOLD QUESENBERRY’ Clarence QUESENBERRY JAMES QUESENBERRY PAUL RATCLIFFE ROBERT RATCLIFFE BILLY’ RICHARDSON JOHN RIGGS DONALD RUPE DOROTHY’ HALL ETHEL KNODE DORSY " MAXWELL BETTY JUNE McCALL VIOLET MILES SY " LY " IA NEWMAN RUBY " OTEY’ DORIS OYVENS MARY " PEARCE DOROTHY QUESENBERRY JANIE QUESENBERRY’ VIOLET QUESENBERRY HESTER RAY FRANCES RITTER HELEN ROGERS LOTUS RY’AN LOIS WRIGHT
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