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AND YOU Helen Albert Fred Alley Grace Anderson Fannie Sue Andrews Betty Arrants William Baker Jean Ballinger Evelyne Bell Helen Black Margaret Black Sue Black Glen Blankenship Frances Bralley Hampton Buckner Lois Burton Norman Byrd Sue Carper George Carras Nick Carras Margaret Chinaulf Doris Chrisley Katherine Clark S. B. Collins Jack Coltrane Gladys Cook Randolph Crockett Ruth Cummings Bess Dalton Clive Dalton Mercedes Davidson Donald Davis Eugene Davis Zelda Davis Christine Dickerson Bill Dougherty Don Duncan Viola Dureau Darnell Eaton George Edwards Sidney Ellis Ellen Eskridge Selena Evans Clyde Farmer Gray Farmer Stuart Farmer Katie Fisher Douglas Flick Wanda Folds Francis Fountain Randolph French Jacqueline Frost Stanley Frost Ralph Grubb Chester Gumby Georgia Gussler, Ruth Hagee, J. E. Hale Annie Lee Hall Bill Hall Dorothy Hall Jetf Hall Josephine Hall Alex Haller Richard Hardy Juanita Harrei Elizabeth Harriman French Harris Reba Hedge Joyce Hill Selma Hill Charles Hiltzeimer PAGE EIGHTEEN
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YOUR SOPHOMORE OFFICERS OU WERE Sophomores; some wise and some foolish. Rejuvenated by summer, you began your second year of high school. You found that hard work was needed and that being Sophomores wasn ' t a " cinch ' as someone had said. Having been under the efficient leadership of Mr. Walter Griggs, Miss Lynwood Kinder, Miss Gerry Mertz and Miss Patsy Fletcher, you entered into the struggle with renewed strength and courage with the light of determination going before you, urging you to conquer and emerge victorious. Javelins of criticism have been hurled your way, with great bombs of tests exploding in your faces. Now all that is behind you and you ' re finding yourselves ready to say " good-by " to the sophisticated life and to be quite willing to become the " jolliest of all Juniors. " Being a Junior Is certainly something to be looking forward to throughout the coming year. Judging from the things that you have already accomplished in your high school career, the future looks bright and hopeful for you. In the scholastic, athletic and social matters, you have acquired quite an enviable record this year and won the rights of going on as Juniors here in Pulaski High. The most worthy leaders of the great class of 1944 have proved their ability to lead, with a great deal of efficiency, the fun-loving sophs. The honorable President was Alex Haller, who was helped by the vice- president, Bill Miller. The minute-keeper, otherwise called the secretary, was none other than Don Duncan, and the treasurer was Randolph Crockett, in charge of all their money. May you be highly rewarded for studiousness, accomplishments and perseverance. Keep up the good work! PAGE SEVENTEEN
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YOURSELVES Warren Hinson Helen Hinton Elizabeth Howard Blaine Hutf Dean Huffard David Hughs Mary Lou Hutchens Nancy Jackson Elizabeth Kee Doris Kegley Lois Kegley Ben Knapp Ethel Knode James Knode Jimmy Lark Paul Lewey Marie Long Evelyn Lovern Gatha Lucas Betty June McCall Harlie Marshall Margaret Melton Violet Miles Bill Miller Dick Miller Ralph Nelson Sylvia Newman Edna Ogle Ruby Otey Doris Owens Ered Page Conrad Palmer Margaret Patton Marvin Patton Mary Pearce Dorothy Quesenberry Janie Quesenberry Violet Quesenberry Hester Ray William Richardson Frances Ritter Earnest Risley Helen Roqers Donald Rupe Stephen Roustio Lotus Ryan X Sanders Doris Scott Lyle Shufflebarger Sybil Southern Carl Stafford George Steelman Garland Surber Ruby Surratt Haven Sutphin Anna Swindell Mildred Thomas Louise Thompson Lois Tickle Ned Tilson Gladys Turman Thelma Turner William Umberger Ruth Via Betty Lou Vickers Aleene White Peggy White Colleen Williams Geraldine Wirt Leona Wolfe Violet Wooten Viola Younce PAGE NINETEEN
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