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PAGE THIRTY-NI NE
FirsT row: Augusfus Rauner, Dick Miller, Bob WhiTman, Alex Haller, Mr. Long.
Second row: Douglas AusT, Frank Moore, Bob STevens, Glen AusT, Hencil Hawkins.
Third row: Raymond Phibbs, Bow Haislip, Von Moody, Bill Miller, Frank Newsome.
FourTh row: Lloyd Byrd, Tommy Dickerson, Raymond Moore, Dow Owens, Ben Knapp.
FifTh.row: Charles WaTTs, Edward King, Jack Caldwell, N. D. ArTrip.
HE Boys' Hi-Y Club, an organizaTion sTanding Tor ChrisTian Tellowshipand clean
living, had a very busy year conTribuTing in many ways To a successTul school year.
WiTh AugusTus Raunor as presidenT and Coach Long as sponsor. meeTings were
held every Two weeks and The club aTTended church in a body on The Sunday Tollowing
AT ChrisTmas Time The club, Tollowing an annual cusTom, prepared a huge baskeT
OT Tood and gave iT To an unTorTunaTe Tamily in The communiTy. As a daily duTy The
club raised and lowered The flag in TronT oT The school.
During The year, members N. D. ArTrip and Hencil Hawkins were called To enTer
The armed service. The club made a paTrioTic posTer conTaining The names oT all
Pulaski High boys who have enTered The service Tor Their counTry.
The annual Hi-Y spring dance held on April l5Th in The gymnasium wasian ouT-
As a parTing giTT The Hi-Y boughT a War Bond Tor The School The amounT oT
The bond was deTermined by The Tunds in The club Treasury aT The end oT The school
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Firsf row: Miss Hall, Alma Collins, Mary Lee Phillips, Jane Ann Hogg, Colleen Hall, Mildred Jones. Mrs. Lemons.
Second Row: Belsy ScoH, Mercedes Davidson, Lois Kegley. "Tiny" Edwards, Donna Smiih.
Third row: Palsy Whiiaker, Ellen Eskridge, Helen Black, Joyce Hill.
Fourfh row: Ruby Jean Mullins, Helen Freeman. Billie Harris, Selena Evans, Rulh Cummings, Lucille Huff, Jean
Rhoades. Doris Soulhern, Jean Ballinger, Hesler Ray, Doris Owen. e
HE purpose of This club is lo creaie, mainlain, and exlend ihroughoul The com-
munily high slrandards of Chrislian characler. These girls were very ably led by
Jane Ann Hogg, president Mary Lee Phillips, vice-president Colleen Hall, secreraryg
and Alma June Collins, ireasurer. Miss Nell Hall and Mrs. Aulden Lemons were
li' was cusfomary for The girls io arlend church in a body a+ leasl once a monlrh.
On December I8, The Girls' Hi-Y gave a formal dance in The gymnasium: ihis sfaried
a series of colorful Chrislmas holiday aclivilies.
The girls held Two ioini meeiings wilh The Boys' Hi-Y Club as well as several
enjoyable supper meelings.
They displayed a greaf deal of enlhusiasm 'rhrough iheir alrendance al 'rhe,
meelings which were held in lhe Home Ec. Collage.
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CS-mimi Lower .
FirsT row: Colleen Hall. Lucille l-luTT, "KaTchy" HinTon, Lois Kegley, Iris Conley, Selma Hill. Doris SouThern.
Second row: Johnny Rollins,. Jane Ann Hogg, Margairei' Brookman, Jean Rhoades. Bruce Richardson. Charles STaTTord,
Third row: Conrad Palmer, Raymond Phibbs, Jimmy WainwrighT. Alex Haller, Manson Gilliam. Bob WhiTman, Tom-
my Caviness, George Edwards.
ITT-l The express purpose OT leaving our school a beTTer place Than They Tound
iT, The STudenT Council seT abouT To accomplish This goal. The sTudenT body
elecTed Raymond Phibbs. presidenTg and Glen AusT. vice-presidenT. The Council was
immediaTely organized and Colleen l-lall and Alex I-laller were chosen secreTary and
Treasurer, respecTively. Mr. Foy AusT, The sponsor, proved To be an invaluable asseT
To This group.
The membership was composed oT TwenTy-Tour represenTaTives Trom The various
home rooms and organizaTions. ln addiTion To These, several sTudenTs Trom The sixTh
and sevenTh grades aTTended meeTings in 'order To become acquainTed wiTh The acTiv-
iTies oT The high school.
Ably led by Their presidenT, This group conducTed iTs TirsT proiecT oT The year.
Their annual second-hand book exchange. This noT only aided The sTudenTs in obTaining
good school books aT lower cosT buT also provided money wiTh which To conducT The
Council's many proiecTs. Also sponsored by The STudenT Council was a Farmers' Ball
and AmaTeur NighT, which was very enTerTaining and proved To be one oT The mosT
successTul acTiviTies oT The year. This group also rendered many smaller buT none The
less imporTanT services To The school during The year.
We all appreciaTe The work oT The Council. which aimed always aT making
P.l'l.S. a beTTer school.
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