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FTER a counTy-wide scrap drive. in which sTudenTs parTicipaTed, everyone Took Tor granTed ThaT all The
scrap around Pulaski had been Turned in. Then sTudenTs oT P.l-l.S. joined in an all-ouT eTTorT in a "clean-
. up" To make sure ThaT noThing had been missed.
An elaboraTe adverTising campaign sTarTed The "clean-up" wiTh enThusiasm. Glass iars. were arranged in
The hall Tor.The purpose oT'keeping a record oT The number oT pounds oT scrap Turned in by each home room.
As a magazine campaign was in progress aT The same Time, one black walnuT was used To represenT IOO pounds
oT scrap and one whiTe walnuT was used To represenT Sl.OO collecTed Tor subscripTions. '
A S25 war bond was oTTered To The person selling The greaTesT number oT magazines and also one Tor
The person collecTing The greaTesT number pounds of scrap. Second prize, in each case, was SIO cash wiTh The
Third prize being 55. There were also ThirTy oTher prizes oTTered in each campaign.
Those receiving awards Tor The magazine campaign were: IsT Prize, Billy Thornhill: 2nd Prize, David James:
3rd Prize. Earl Surber. Those receiving awards in The scrap drive were: IsT Prize, Alma June Collins: 2nd Prize,
Bob WhiTmanq 3rd Prize, Bob STevens and lvlarie Tickle.
Miss French's home room oT The high school and Miss PendelTon's room oT The grades were given all The
nuTs as an award Tor having sold The greaTesT number oT magazines and collecTing The greaTesT number oT pounds
The campaign was in progress Tor Three weeks and sTudenTs during This Time sold over S700 worTh oT sub-
scripTions, collecTed over 58,000 pounds oT scrap iron, over I.OOO pounds scrap rneTal. over I.OOO pounds scrap
rubber and 500 pounds 'oT oTher scrap. 5IO vicfrola records were also collecTed.
Awards were made aT The Pulaski TheaTre where The enTire sTudenT body, over 700 sTudenTs, were
TreaTed To a movie by The managemenT.
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Lefi' To righf: Jana Ann Hogg, "Tiny" Edwards, Donna SmiTh, and Alma .June Collins.
HIS year, The TirsT Girlsl lnTramural AThleTic Program was sTarTed in Pulaski High
School. Jane Ann Hogg was chosen head oT The sporTs program. Heads oT sporTs
' were: Donna SmiTh, baslceTball: "Tiny" Edwards, volleyball: and Alma June Collins,
GreaTer emphasis will be placed on individual SporTs in The near TuTure. This
program was inauguraTed as a subsTiTuTe Tor a varsiTy program, which The adminisTra-
Tion TelT would noT be pracrical due To The NaTional Emergency. lnTeresT and parTici-
paTion during The mid-winTer monThs was only Tair due To a lasT minuTe decision To
sponsor a girls' varsiTy baskeTball Team on a limiTed basis.
I The lnTramural Program is based on a poinT sysTem. by which le-TTers and awards
may be earned. A girl may sTarT her lnTramural career as a Freshman, vviih a Monogram
as a TuTure goal. The sTudenTs received The Spring soTTball season wiTh greaT enThu-
The program was sponsored by Mr. Long, Miss Spradlin and Mrs. Hesler.
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