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HIS group oT Teminine aThleTes sTarTed Things oTT righT wiTh a membership oT nine.
Prom These Donna SmiTh was chosen as ChieT ExecuTive, Jane Ann Hogg as her
able assisTanT, "Tiny" Edwards as Their experT secreTary, and Ellen Eslcridge as cus-
Todian oT The cash, and as sponsor, Their compeTenT and ever-popular overseer,
They sponsored many successTul evenTs during The year. Among These were a
number oT bonTires. ably supervised by The lassies: The sale oT reTreshmenTs aT TooT-
ball games, despiTe descending mercury, aided by The Pep Club which They organ-
ized and sponsored: and, Tinally Their parT in sponsoring, along wiTh The Prim Priscilla
Club, The Spring Carnival. These girls also played an acTive parT in The inTramural
baslceTball schedule. '
May These acTive Teminine aThleTes conTinue To seT an example oT good sporTs-
manship Tor The girls oT This school. '
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FirsT row: "Tiny" Edwards, Jane Ann Hogg, Donna SmiTh, Ellen Eslcridge.
Second row: Beisy ScoTT, Mrs. l-lesTer, Lois Kegley, "KaTchy" HinTon, l.aVerne Morrison, Mildred Hobaclc, Fanny Sue
Andrews. June Thompson.
Third row: Mildred Jones. Helen Oglesby. Mary Lou HuTchens, Margarel' WaTTs, lris Conley, Mercedes Davidson.
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Billie Harris, Helen l-linTon, l-lelen Blaclc.
ROBABLY The mosT aoTive oT Pulaski l-ligh's clubs during The TirsT oT The year was
The Girls' Pep Club. AT all The home TooTball games. despiTe below Treezing Tem-
peraTure These girls were ouT selling candy. AT Times iT loolced as Though raTioning
would geT The besT oT Them, buT They always seemed To come Through. IT aT some oT
The bonTires your ear drums were pracTically aT The bursTing poinT, iT was probably
because OT a Pep Club Girl sTanding nexT To you yelling Tor The "Ole Alma MaTer."
AT The Pep MeeTing Tor The WyTheville game. The girls made posTers Tor each TooT-
ball player and carried Them down Main STreeT and To The game.
Their oTTicers were Donna SmiTh, presidenTp Jane Ann l-logg, vice-president
"Tiny" Edwards, secreTaryg and Ellen Eslcriclge, Treasurer. The Girls' Monogram Club
sponsored The Pep Club, and Their oTTicers were idenTic:al.
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Firsi' row: Bill Miller, BaTes Pauley, Wesley Vaughan, Vm Moody, Hencil Hawkins.
Second row: RoberT Moore, Herman MaTheney, Ulysses Hull. Alfred Mundy. "FrosTy" AusT, George Rash.
Circle: Bob STevens, Manson Gilliam, Jack Caldwell, Dick Hardy, Coach Long, Bow Haislip, Glen AusT, Don
Coordes, Gray Farmer. H
TARTING The year well. wiTh Ten members back Trom lasT year, The Boys' Mono-
gram Club soon goT under way wiTh Coach Long as sponsor. Hencil Hawkins was
elecTed To Till The office oT presidenT: N. D. ArTrip, as vice-president and "FrosTy"
AusT, as secreTary and Treasurer.
ln November They goT down To business in elecTing new members Trom, Those
who had won leTTers in Baseball and FooTball: Don Coordes, Gray Farmer, Dick
Hardy, Ulysses Hull, Alfred Mundy, BaTes Pauley, George Rash, Bobby STevens. and
Wesley Vaughan were iniTiaTed, wiTh appropriaTe ceremony. aT This Time. More
members were iniTiaTed in The Spring Trom Those who had won Baske-Tball leTTers.
They began in February sponsoring dances in The Gym: The sTudenTs apparenTly
enioyed This Torm oT recreaTion very much. A phonograph was used by The club To
supply music Tor These dances.
We all believe ThaT These aThleTes of P.H.S. will conTinue To hold high ideals
oi honor and good sporTsmanship as They have in The pasT.
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