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Page 9 text:
cr HI HE 1950 ORIOLE STAFF has striven to portray to the eyes of its readers an appreciation of Puiaski High School ' s music department. It is needless to expound upon the rapid accomplishment this department has made and the high esteem in which it is held by critics. Not only is music an integral part of our school life, but it also affords pleasure to its participants, the student body, and the community. It is our highest endeavor to bring to your realization the endless efforts displayed by the members of the chorus and band in making musical culture accessible to those who desire it. The students of our school could not have been so honored in representing us in state festivities had it not been for the capable and accomplished leadership of the director, James H. Godfrey. It is through his wise and careful guidance that this department has become one of the best in our district since his coming to Pulaski High School in 1946. May the spirit that prevails upon the musicians and their school mates be an example to oncoming students as those attributes which are becoming to Pulaski High School students. We, therefore seek to honor and at the same time pay tribute to Mr. James H. Godfrey and the members of the Pulaski High School band and chorus by glorifying their efforts as the theme of our book.
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☆ ☆ “I )Y DEDICATING the 1950 Oriole to two of the _U_qJ faculty members who were friends to each of us and whose many fine qualities and whose confident guidance will linger with us throughout the years to come, we, the Staff, seek to pay tribute to the memory of Mrs. Luther Farris and Mr. Edward Jennings. MR. EDWARD JENNINGS Mr. Jennings came to Pulaski High School as assistant coach in September 1947. His leadership, sense of humor, and ability as a teacher established him as a fair- minded person in every respect. He seemed to hold to the theory that to have friends one must be a friend. He was ours. MRS. LUTHER FARRIS " Sunny " a most appropriate name for one who brought sunshine to our school and into our lives. She was always understanding, gay, and helpful and on all occasions was willing to listen to our problems. Mrs. Farris was a lover of music and for a period of years directed the Chorus of our school. “Of all flic magic words That fall upon our ear “Sunny” lingers longest Forever and a year. "
Page 10 text:
7 HE 1950 ORIOLE Staff has endeavored herewith to bring to the minds of the readers a revocation of our many happy days in Pulaski High School through picture and word. May this Oriole be one that will always bring pleasure to its readers and honor to our school. We the members of the Pulaski High School ' Oriole Staff of 1950 are sincerely grateful for the long hours and the endless efforts of our able sponsors. First row: DEAN TESTER Editor-in-Chief CECIL LOGAN Business Manager Second row: MR. FOY AUST Business Adviser MISS MAYME KATHERINE McCOY Literary Adviser TEMPLE PAINTER Assistant Editor Third row: ANTON WALLNER Assistant Business Manager EARLI MARSHALL Art Editor BILL LESTER Photographer Fourth row: GLENNA BALLINGER Literary Editor DUANE MINK Assistant Literary Editor FRED GREGORY Sports Editor Fifth row: EZRA QUESENBERRY Sports Editor FRANNY RATCLIFFE Typist GAYNELL DAVIDSON Typist
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