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3 mm WITH PATIENCE AND DIGNITY SENIOR OFFICERS FRANK STAFFORD President BARTON CASE Vice-President S. C. HALL Secretary ROBERT DICKINSON Treasurer PAGE TWENTY-THRE
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JUNIOR LEADERS YOU SAW those jolly young people around school this year, didn ' t J you? The ones so full of vim, vigor and vitality that they make all the rest very happy? Very readily these can be identified as our " jolly ’ 1 Juniors. Truly these people are the " cream of the crop. " They have co-operated to the fullest extent with the rest of the student body and have been a valuable asset to our school. They have seen their duties and performed fhem along fhe same, simple, noble convictions which our forefathers saw so clearly and so well. We are convinced that they will make excellent Seniors and will carry on to Victory. The Junior Officers were: President, Colleen Hall; Vice President, Tommy Dickerson; Secretary, Ellsworth Tench; Treasurer, Alma June Collins. Some of our best players on the football, basketball and baseball teams have been Juniors. Now, you ' re Seniors! Sounds all right. In fact, it ' s wonderful. Re- member to always be on hand to sing your Alma Mater ' s praise and you ' ll be sure to come out on top. Seniors-to-be, don ' t give up the ship. You have before you one of the best years in your life. Keep up the good work and go on to the highest goals. The future of Pulaski High depends on you. Remember your responsibilifies and do your part in every way possible. The leaders of the Juniors have been the very capable Miss Elizabeth Jones, Miss Frances Hoback and Miss Constance Christopher. PAGE TWENTY-TWO ..
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YOU ATTAIN THE HIGHEST —y ' OUR YEARS AGO a large group of students, fresh from the grades, were introduced to High School. These were the Senior Class of ' 42. At the beginning they didn’t realize the signifi- cance of the date and no wonder, they were " greenies. " The upper classmen considered them as green as the greenest of grasshoppers. They knew nothing of what was ahead of them. Four years of hard work, play, sorrow and happiness, but finally they reached the top. Last September marked the beginning of the greatest year of all. They found themselves looking into the expanding horizons before them. What a thrill was the realization that they were Seniors at last! How dignified they felt! They decided to transform their efforts, loyalties and determination into realities to prepare to carry on the work which the former Seniors had started. Work, exams, more work and more exams have been their worries and fears for the preceding months. But now, flying their colors high (blue and white), they find the reward has been great. Time came for the Senior Prom and, of course, a better time " had no one ' than they. The thought of all the other activities they delighted in together expands their hearts with joy. They will always remember. Now, as they stand on the threshold of their future, they begin making plans — plans that are as individually different as night and day. Each one will go his own way but he will never forget the dear old days at Pulaski High. Here ' s a message they leave behind. " Miss Helen Brosius, Miss Madge McFall and Mrs. Aulden Lemons. We give to you our deepest appreciation for your leader- ship and helpfulness throughout the year. May success and happiness be yours always. " Alma Mater, we leave you with tears in our hearts and much burdened with sorrow. You ' ve meant more to us than we can ever express. May you continue to grow in stature and wisdom during the future years. " PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
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