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Girls' Monogram Club
Firsf row: Marqarel Brown, Eleanor Hall, Mary Louise James, Beffy Ann Hall,
Second row: Dawn Musser, Sabra Humphrey, Miss Rufh Simpson, Jane Hilfzneirm-r.
.HE Girls' Monogram Club is represenfafive of afhlefic acfivifies of fhe
feminine sex of P. H. S. Organized several years ago, if has been a
guiding influence in all sporf circles and has sef ifself as a goal soughf for by all
girls sporfs leaders.
lfs officers are as follows: Beffy Ann Hall, presidenfg Mary Louise James, vice-
presidenfg Margaref Brown, secrefaryg Jane l-lilfzheimer, freasurer. Miss Rufh Simp-
son is fhe sponsor of fhis club.
The club sponsored fhe elecfion of cheer leaders, and as usual, foolc care of
many incidenfs concerning every foofball and baslcefball game. Their ideas, willing-
ness fo help and fheir brighf suggesfions, confribufed largely fo fhe success of all
social evenfs during fhe year.
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Boys, Monogram Club
Firsf row: Ed Folden, Fred Thrasher, Bill Allison, Joe l-lelvey, Tommy Granrham, Buddy Kinq, Ofis Ouesenberry, Charles
Second row: Coach Cure. Bobby Hullord, Douglas Akers, Charlie Midlcilf, John Rilfey, David ScoTT, Donald SCOTT, Kennelh
Third row: Jack Linlcous, Frank Craiq. Donnie Malone "Pills" Keqley, R, A. Graham, Jim Collins, Jimmy Wainwriqhf,
HE Boys' Monogram Club soon qoT under way aT The sTarT of The year wiTh
Coach Cure as a sponsor.
Jim Collins was elecTed president R. A. Graham, viceepresident and Charles
The club was represenTaTive of The boys who had been awarded The varsiTy "p"
Tor parTicipaTion in one of The major sporTs.
The purpose oT The Monogram Club is To Torward aThleTics and sporTsmanship in
Pulaski High School.
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Firsf row: Jimmy Wainwrighf, Ralph Tickle, Bobby Hufiord. Charles Stafford, Joe Helvey, Bill Allison, Jim Collins.
Second row: Dan Kegley, Kenneth Knode. R. A. Graham, Donald Malone.
N Augusl 25, Pulaski l-ligh slarled looloall praclice lor lhe season ol l945. Ol all lhe
boys oul, only 3 were relurning lellermen. The prospecls looked good and Coach
Raymond Cure was looking forward lo a successful season.
The 'ream was caplained by R. A. Graham, who did an oulslanding iob al lullloack. Al-
lhough lhe Team won only Two games, lhe boys played hard and showed good sporlsmanship.
Bolh games wilh Wylheville were lied and so Wylheville relained lhe lrophy. This did
noi conslilule a win for lhem, and lhe lulure 'reams ol P.l-l.S. have high hopes of bringing lhe
lrophy back To Pulaski.
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