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SEARCHING SCIENTISTS HE Roy Chapman Andrews Museum Club of Pulaski High School was originated " three years ago and was named for the director of the Museum of Natural History in New York. The aim of this club was to promote science instruction and to aid those interested in scientific achievements. This club met once a week and discussed facts concerning or connected with science in any way. This enthusiastic group was composed of about two dozen students who anxiously took advantage of the opportunities of the club. They participated in programs and learned valuable things about science under their sponsor, Miss Patsy Fletcher. Each member chose a project and worked on it throughout the year. The officers leading this organization were: Patsy Whitaker, president; Alex Haller, vice-president; Ellen Eskridge, secretary, and Jane Ann Hogg, treasurer. At a meeting last year in Richmond, the Museum Club of Pulaski High School was honored by having the vice-president of the Virginia Junior Academy of Science selected from its club. Patsy Whitaker, local president, was elected to this newly formed state office for the year 1941-42. This year ' s conference was held in Roanoke from May eighth to the tenth. First Row: Second Row: Third Row: MUSEUM CLUB Billy Saunders, Betsy Scott, Alex Haller, Patsy Whitaker, Miss Patsy Fletcher, sponsor. Tiny Edwards, Ellen Eskridge, Jane Ann Hogg, Helen Gregory, Doris Howlett, Nellie Cecil, Margaret Hudson, Margaret Schrader, Clara Nell Tester. Jimmy Lark, " Slick " Tench, Dow Owens, Barnard Martin, Raymond Phibbs, Rollin White, Buzz Cecil, Ohmer Crowell, George Gerberich, Jimmy Henry, Buddy V egley. PAGE FORTY
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CURTAIN CALL 7 J- O FURTHER students interest in drama was the purpose of the in our school three years ago. The club has steadily grown students enrolled this year, great asset to P. H. S. Under the dramatic influence of Miss Dramatic Club which was first in membership and has about Schultz, the sponsor, this club introduced a hundred became a Because of the large membership, and to enable the work to be done more efficiently, the club was divided into four groups. These were: make-up, staging, acting, and property management. In the spring, the entire group presented a series of one-act plays, in competition with several other Dramatic Clubs throughout the state. The club was very active under the capable leadership of Mary Katherine vice-president: Augustus Rauner, secretary: and Douglas Alley, Treasurer. Ryan, president: Doris Southern, The Seniors organized their own Dramatic Club, choosing Mrs. Aulden Lemons as sponsor. The purpose of this separate organization was to help prepare them for the Senior play. This group selected Lois Rosenbaum as president: Jean Edwards, vice-president: Ruth Wallace, secretary, and Robert Dickinson, treasurer. DRAMATIC CLUB Marguerite Alley, Dorothy Search, Marie Cooper, Josie Ann Fern, Neadla Stewart, Helen Hall, Alice Cooper, Betty Bryant, Hazel Collins, Marie Swain, Gertrude Clowers, Elizabeth Alderman, Virginia Hall, Maxine Lucas, Betty June McCall, Jeff French, Violet Quesenberry, Otis Dobbins, Bobby Hufford, Sarah Tice, Martha Ann Board, Thelma Nester, Margaret Brookman, Harry Silcox, Marvin 1 ester, Johnny Rollins, Rolen Bailey, Nancy Edwards, Sarah Hayter, Helen Landis, Sarah Black, Haven Sutphin, Marguerite Keys, Elbert Black, Carolyn Harvey, Mary Davidson, Irene Akers, Tiny Austin, Virginia Walters, Helen Hinton, Herman Matheny, Dewitt Creger, Margaret Kee, Gayle Harris, Zeta Warren, Mildred Akers, Alice Schrader, Mary Doughert y, Laura Elkins, Catherine Hinton, Dorothy Murdock, Paulino Patton, Douglas Alley, Jewell Clemons, Hallie Gussler, Dorothy Hall, Ruth Otey, Ruby Otey, Edith Gibbs, Eva Mae Surber, Sybil Southern, Doris Scott, Ruth Lyons, La Verne Morrison, Betty Andring, Sue Carper, Elizabeth Howard, " Ruffy " ; Ryan, Robert Dickinson, Frank Ak ers, Reba Heck, Charlotte Ray, Nina Akers, Irene Farmer, Frances Adair, Peggy Laughon Elizabeth Turner, Jean Edwards, Charlene McNew, Blanche Nelson, Jackie Seagle, Patsy Miller. PAGE THIRTY-NINE
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AIRPLANE CLUB First Row: Bill Dougherty, Don Duncan, Charles Johnson, Donald Williams, Glen Blakenship, Thurman Smith. Second Row: Charles Hiltzheimer, Norman Byrd, Blaine Huff, Carlton Tester, Carlos Melton, William Walls, James Slaydon, Kenneth Stafford, Billy Combs. TAKING OFF EEP ' EM FLYING, " the motto of our country ' s air force, was also adopted as the motto of our own Airplane Club. Miss Elizabeth Blair was always " flyin ' around " so who, but she, could be the sponsor of this club? Their purpose was to promote more interest in aviation through modeling and discussion. At each meet- ing discussions were led by a member of fhe club. The boys planned visits to the local airport, but these were thwarted, due to the closing of the field by the government. However, they had a model contest, some entering " nifty " little gasoline-motor jobs. This is a comparatively new club, but this year they had a membership of twenty, ably led by John Lyons, who served in the capacity of president. Assisting him were: Blaine Huff, vice-presi- dent; Bill Dougherty, secretary, and Norman Byrd, treasurer. PAGE FORTY-ONE
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