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Student Counci ☆ ☆ ☆ First row: Second row: Third row: Mary Belle Yelton, Mary Hamilton, Perry Wilson, Fred Gregory, Bill King, Glenna Ballinger, Duane Mink, Gaynell Davidson, George Bunn III, Colleen Wirt. Mary Draper Hall, Ellen Cooper. Euna Rose Powers, Jackie Gallimore, Dorcas Duncan, Frances R ate I iff e , Jo Ann Frost, Evelyn Snyder, Margaret Gregory, Anton Wallner, Sally Lou Gilmer, Bobby Jean Linkous, Sara Huff, Betty Beamer, Barbara Warner, Mary Young, Iris Carper. Charles Black, Tommy Bones, Harry Beckner, Dougles Smith, Bill Wallace, Dean Tester. Not Shown Joan Fanning and Viola Howlett. HE student council serves a dual purpose. Through it a means of student p articipation in school government is provided as well as cooperation and under- standing between the faculty and the students. The council consists of all club presidents and class representatives. The president, Duane Mink, and the vice president, Glenna Ballinger, were elected by the student body, while the secretary, Joan Fanning, and the treasurer, Gaynell Davidson, were elected by the council. Mrs. J. C. Totten was chosen the sponsor, succeeding Mrs. Luther Farris. The projects for the year included: The purchasing of a piano to be used in the gym- nasium; monetary aid for band supplies; and two placques in memory of Mrs. Luther Farris and Mr. Edward Jennings. There is real assurance of the council ' s value to the school ' s total program of education. Among the many activities sponsored by the council were: The March of Dimes; the Vaude- ville Show; the Farmer ' s Ball; and a Clean-Up Campaign. The very fine success of the council was dependent upon the cooperation of students and faculty. eight
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☆ ☆ ☆ Principa MR. WILLIAM R. GARLAND, B. A., M. A. MSI SEPTEMBER 1946, the class of 1950 entered Pulaski High School as new students accom- panied by Mr. William R. Garland, a new principal. In the four years he has won our respect and highest admira- tion for the giving of his time so liberally and for his wisdom in planning a well-rounded school life for each of us. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the many qualities he has helped instill in us and by assisting his faculty in preparing us for future life.
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