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P. H. S. Band Left to Right — First row: Mr. Godfrey, Betty Slack, Joan Midkiff, Burwell Moss. Second row: Betty Beamer, Ruth Ann Dalton, Carol Shuff lebarger, Earleen Lince r , David Powell, Randolph Palmer, Arlen East- burn, Bonnie Jean Southern, Geraldine Robertson, Margaret Lewis, Anton Wallner. Third row: Ray Lemon, Doug Smith, G. C. King, Frank Swain, James Roger, Bobby Cruise, Jimmie Patterson, David Jones Tommy Jordan, Fred Carrico. Fourth row: Richard Painter, Joe Ed Mabe, Barbara Hudson, Joyce Vanhoy, Roland Rupe, Donald Scott, Elray Hanks, Wesley Vaughan, David Scott. Fifth row: Tommy Mabe, Heber Kegley, B. F. Adair, Mary F. Askew, Kenneth Stafford, R. J. Harris, Jean Lineberry, Garnet Kelly. 7 HE Pulaski High School Band was organized this year under the direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey and made its first public appearance at the Marion-Pu aski football game. Four drum majorettes and the following officers were elected: Joan Midkiff, president: Tommy Lindsay, vice-president; Randolph Palmer, secretary-treasurer; and Joyce Vanhoy, librarian. During the year the band sponsored a drive which they called The Mile of Nickels in order to get money to pay for their uniforms. The drive proved to be a financial success. They also gave a dance in the gymnasium during December. In April, the band gave a spring concert They also participated in the District Music Festi- val, which was held in Radford in March. We hope the Band will henceforth be a permanent part of P. H. S. ( 59 )
Page 60 text:
Chorus Club Center: First row: Second row: Third row: Fourth row: James Godfrey. Virginia Folden, Virginia Quesenberry, Betty Rate I iff e , June Dalton, Jean Vickers, Marie Wisler, Jane Ann Ballard, Oreta Webb, Helen Baugh, Mary Davis, Patsy Fisher, Bonnie Helton, Mary J. Tickle, Garnet Sutphin, Wanda Goad. Mary Nell Hill, Jewell Dameron, Doris Alley, Nancy Hughes, Dorothy Brickey, Jackie Collins, Sylvia Huff, Randolph Palmer, Earlie Marshall, Bill Hall, Betty Henley, Sadie Grimes, Mary Jane Baker, Elizabeth Christ ley , June Morris, Lois Durman, Arlene Roseberry. Alice Boo the, Ella Mae Ervin, Edna Wilkerson, Lena Quesenberry, Fred Newman, Stephen Felty, Owen Musser, Bentley McKee, Donald Powers, Donnie Hansford, Mary Anderson, Margaret Quesenberry, Betty Morris, Virginia Swain, Verna Mae Thompson, Betty Macey. Ann King, Margaret Grubb, June Huff, Frank Weatherman, Andrew Reed, Jack Quillen, Stanley Smith, Donald Scott, Ruth Williams, Loraine Robertson, Lucille Turner, Bonnie Jean Southern, Evelyn Mitchell, Myrtes Martin. HIS is the first year that the Pulaski High School Chorus Club has been composed of both boys and girls. The addition of male voices has added much to the beauty of the chorus. The club, under the direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey, was headed by the following offi- cers: Edna Wilkerson, president; Randolph Palmer, vice-president; and Mary Davis, secretary- treasurer. The chorus gave a concert in the fall, which was composed chiefly of selections arranged by Fred Waring. A second concert, held in the spring, was an enjoyable presentation. During the year, the club sang for several meetings of the P. T. A., and for assemblies. The Chorus Club participated in the Music Festival held at Bristol, which is an annual affair. ( 58 )
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Oriole Chirps Left to Right — First row: Betty Jo Jennings, Gaynell Davidson, Mary Jane Baker, Peggy Whiteman, Patricia Downey, Judy Midkiff, Betty Jean Ayers. Second row: Frances Roseberry, June Wheatley, Lois Ann Duncan, Colleen Wirt, Lila McCall, Betty Stoots, Doris Mabe. Third row: Cecil Logan, Freddie Amburn, Mary Horsley, Carrie McDaniel, Mark Ferguson, Evelyn Sorrell, Dick Page, Owen Musser, Mrs. Charles Massey. W TH the realization of a growing need for a school newspaper, some interested students met late last year to discuss the possibility of having one. The idea met with the approval of a large number, and in the fall, work was begun. The following objectives of the paper were set up: I. To make P. H. S. a better school by supporting every worth-while project. 2. To give the students of P. H. S. an unbiased report on school activities. The staff was headed by the following students: Peggy Whiteman, editor-in- chief: June Wheatley, managing editor; Owen Musser, business manager; Freddy Amburn, assistant business manager. Mrs. Colleen Massey sponsored the " Oriole Chirps. " ( 60 )
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