Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1942

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Page 62 text:

ORIOLE CHIRPS Sitting, Left to Right: Elsie Weeks, Lucille Huff, Miss Painter, sponsor: Sarah Tice, Billy Nevins. Standing, Left to Right: Billy Saunders, Augustus Rauner, Barnard Martin, Douglas Alley, Barton Case, Raymond Phibbs, Frances Adair, Colleen Hall. LET’S GO TO PRESS iHE Oriole Chirps ' was the voice of P. H. S. " and was published entirely by the students of our school. Their motto was " The Oriole Chirps again, soon. ' It was printed once a month and had a large circulation among the student body. This year the staff was reorganized and Raymond Phibbs was chosen editor-in- chief, with Augustus Rauner, assistant editor. Alma June Collins was selected business manager; Barnard Martin, advertising manager; Marvin Lester, assistant advertising manager, and Jane Ann Hogg, circulating manager. Billy Saunders was chosen news editor; Colleen Hall, managing editor; Augustus Rauner, sports editor; Selena Evans, make-up editor; Louise Dalton, society editor; Frances Adair, publicity manager; Alex Haller, feature editor; Lucille Huff, exchange editor. The reporters were: Sarah Tice, Billy Nevins, Emerson Knapp, Marceline Jackson, Violet Wooten, Douglas Alley and Gene Coltrane. Miss Elizabeth Painter was retained as editor-adviser and Miss J. Frances Allen was elected business adviser. The staff elected Raymond Phibbs, Augustus Rauner and Billy Saunders as representatives to the Southern Interscholastic Press Association convention in Lexington, November 7-8. They joined the National Scholastic Press Association and acquired many new ideas for cartoons and other material from the Student Publication Service. The Chirps received the achievement award in the S. I. P. A. contest. FAGE FIFTY-EIGHT

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THE LETTER " P” E O Y S ' MONOGRAM CLUB First Row: " Bow " Haislip, Kenneth Farmer, George Gerberich, Buddy Kegley, Robert Mcore. Second Row: ’’Slick " Tench, Hez Malone, Douglas Aust, N. D. Artrip. Third Row: Coach J, Ward Long, Bill Miller, Ohmer Crowell, Ralph Gemmell. 7hE Boys ' Monogram Club was organized at the close of the football season and " was representative of the boys who had been awarded the varsity " P " for participation in one of the major sports. The requirements for entrance to this club were: The acceptance of an invitation, maintaining and upholding the code of sportsmanship, continued conduct as a gentleman, and carrying out their school duties. Failure to meet these requirements resulted in expulsion from the club. The members acted as ushers at the basketball games at which they sold candy and soft drinks. They also raised money by a monthly colle ction of dues from which they bought each senior member a varsity monogram sweater. At graduation, a trophy was presented to the outstanding graduating athlete. These activities were sponsored by the energetic Mr. J. Ward Long. The officers elected were: " Bow " Haislip, president; George Gerberich, vice- president; " Popeye " Farmer, secretary; and " Buddy " Kegley, treasurer. PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN



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ANNUAL STAFF Patsy Miller, Bonnie Jeanne Gallimore, Eleanor Imboden, Colleen Hall, Patsy Whitaker, Jean Edwards, Helen Jordan, Polly Gatewood, Ruth Wallace. Barton Case, Tom Silcox, Ben Knapp, Frank Stafford, Helen Rhudy, Miss McFall, sponsor; Elsie Weeks, Lois Rosenbaum. Mr. Foy Aust, sponsor, is absent from ihe picture. YOUR " ORIOLE” STAFF Seated Left to Right: Standing Left to Right: J- FTER careful consideration of the candidates, the Senior Class elected Helen Jordan and Jean Edwards to the responsible positions of editor and business manager, respectively, of this year ' s " Oriole. " This election was held at the end of the 40- 4 1 term. At the beginning of the fall semester, the sponsors, Miss Madge McFall and Mr. Foy Aust, were chosen with much confidence in their ability to aid in the publication of our annual. The naming of the staffs was made at the beginning of the 4 1 - 42 term, also. The members of the business staff had to be selected with one requirement in mind especially, that of " high pressure salesmanship. " Under the competent leadership of Jean Edwards, combined with the untiring efforts put forth by Mr. Aust, the business staff attained its end, to secure the money. Her staff included; Colleen Hall, Patsy Whitaker, Robert Dickinson and Billy Groseclose. Miss McFall and the editorial staff sacrificed many afternoons and nights to accomplish the task of publishing the 1942 issue of the Pulaski High School ' s annual. The hard-working editor, Helen Jordan, paved the way for another winning bid in the state competition of the best high school annuals. The staff, other than editor, included: Patsy Miller, assistant editor; Ben Knapp and Tommy Silcox, photographers; Eleanor Imboden, photography editor; Barton Case and Elsie Weeks, literary editors; Bonnie Jeanne Gallimore and Polly Gatewood, art editors; Lois Rosenbaum and Frank Stafford, miscellaneous editors; and Helen Rhudy and Ruth Wallace, typists. PAGE FI FTY- NINE

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