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Page 63 text:
S. P. C. P. Club Left to Right — First row: Bobby Cruise, Walton Huff, Richard Miller. Second row: Miss Laura Dalton, Donald Mabry. Third row: Miss Painter, Fred Jones. HE Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Projectors was organized February 3, 1947, to insure better care of the school ' s projectors and to train operators in the proper usage and technique of the projectors. The officers of the S. P. C. P. were as follows: Richard Miller, president; Walton Huff, vice-president; Fred Jones, secretary; and Donald Mabry, treasurer. Miss Elizabeth Painter and Miss Laura Dalton were chosen as sponsors. The organization had trained enough operators by the end of the school year to have two persons in each study hall who could operate the projectors correctly, in order that students need not be called out of other classes. (61)
Page 62 text:
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 )
Page 64 text:
Pep Club Center: First row: Second row: Third row: Imogene Kegley, Garnet Sutphin. Harry Huff, Judy Midkiff, June Kegley, Betty Jean Hall, Jeanne Kegley, Patsy Smith, Joan Midkiff, Mildred Davidson, Iris Sutphin, Billy Sanders. Peggy Rhodes, Edna Wilkerson, " Frankie " DeHaven, " Jackie " Scott, Joyce Richardson, Mickey Whitaker, Ruth Brown, Jean Skeens, Loraine Richardson, Carol Reese, " Booby " Wallace. Mary Davis, Jean Owens, Ladema Haney, " Teenie " Stevens, Henrietta Wolfe, Evelyn Harriman, Mary Frances Askew. 1 HE Pep Club is an organization that Pulaski High can well be proud of. This group of loyal and enthusiastic girls helped to make a success of sDorts events, out of town as well as at home. The Pep Club is an off-spring of the Girls ' Monogram Club, with the backing of the student body, and has really put pep into our cheering section. There was no limit to their energy and no task too difficult for them. The officers were the same as those of the Girls ' Monogram Club: Iris Sutphin, president: Patsy Smith, vice-president: Garnet Sutphin, secretary; and Imogene Kegley, treasurer. The club was sponsored by Miss Ruth Simpson. Give a cheer for this swell group of morale builders and their boundless energy! ( 62 )
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