Franklin Pierce High School - Micopacen Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1950 volume:
EDITED BY THE
PIERCE HXGH SCHOC
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Jack Johnson- -----
Virginia Robinson ------- --------------------
Robert Bacon----- ------------------------
Lois Lang ---------
Marlene Minden ----
---Senior Class Editor
Clarice Johnson -------------------------- ---
Bobby Stroud -----
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--Junior Class Editor
-Freshman Class Editor
---Girls Sports Editor
----Boys Sports Editor
This year, we, the staff of the 1950 FORESTER, wish to ded-
icate this annual to the Student Body of the Pierce High School
for making this annual possible, It was through their cooperation
and support, that we were able to turn out such a good annual. The
many pictures, articles, snapshots, etc. were all done on their
behalf,and without their cooperation they would not have been pos-
As you probably know, this year our annual staff did not have
an advisor. In the past, it has usually been the work of the ad-
visor te turn out the annual with very little cooperation from the
students. But, this year, student, teacher, and staff member alike
all played their parts and played them exceedingly well, what you
find on the following pages of this yearbook is the finished pro-
duct, and we hope it will recall the school year of 1949-50 for
you over and over again in the future very accurately. If it does
that, we will have succeeded in our purpose and achieved our goal.
Yes, this year, as the annual staff dedicates this annual to
the entire Student Body, the Pierce High School takes a great deal
of pride in announcing the fact that every page of this book is
the work of the students. May the Student Bodies in the years to
come at P. H, S. look back at our experience this year,and benefit
SUPERlNTENDENT'S M SSAGE
nLeugh and the world laughs with you,
Weep and you weep alone,
For this brave old world must borrow its mirth,
But has trouble enough of its own.n
To the ones who are leaving these hallowed halls of learning
this ycar, I wish to state the following: you have been a truly
wonderful class, you have always cooperated 1001 in all things we
have asked you to do, and cooperation is one of the most important
things that are acquired in school. You have, indeed, learned your
lesson very well.
, To the people who will be with us here next year, I wish to
say this: I am looking forward to working with you again. These
have been very enjoyable days that we have all spent together, and
I only hope that the days in the coming future with you will be
just as enjoyable as those in the past have been.
Again, I bid e farewell to the people leaving and welcome to
those who are staying.
Good luck to all of you!
Myron L. Hunt,
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SENIOR GLASS HISTORY
On tSeptember 6, 1946, nineteen green, but very intelligent
Freshmen entered into their first year of high school. Of course,
according to customs, our first trial endeavored was the Fresh an
Initiation, which was
Our class officers were elected at the first of the year, and they
were as fellows:
Advisor ----- -- ---------------- Mrs. Knight
President ------ ---- - ---- Shirley Anderson
Vice President -------- Maynard Anderson
Secretary -geefse-e 1- ---- 2---se Janice Ball
Treasurer -------- ------- Darrel Frazier
We were proud of the members of our class who participated in
sports. we were looking forward to our next year when we would no
longer be the babies of the school.
Our Sophomore year found us starting out with only fourteen
SiUdOHtS. we again elected our class officers for the year, who
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Advisor ------ -------- - ---- -r Mrs. Hunt
President -e-::--::---f:s-s-f- Cole Waldemar
Vice President --- ------- ---- Janice Ball
Secretary ------- ------ - Glarice Johnson
Treasurer - ----------- -- Virginia Robinson
Repr sentative to
ented us in the
one to take his
Student Council -- ----- Darlene Bacon
as well as last, many of our class members repres-
our Junior year with one less member but another
place. She was Darlene Wilson from Sweethome, Or-
egon, but she wasn't with us very long before she decided to go to
Weippe to attend school for the remainder of the year. Our class
for the Junior year were as follows:
Advisor ------ - -------- H ---------- Mrs, Hunt
President ------ ----- ------ Cole waldemar
Vice President -- ------------- Robert Bacon
Secretary and Treasurer -- Virginia Robinson
the Student Council Maynard Anderson
Those active in sports during the Junior year were: Leonard
Bacon, Louie Larson, Cole Waldemar and Darrel Fra-
zier of the boys and Virginia Robinson of the girls.
In the play last year WThe Cannibal Queenn, Louie Larson and
Virginia Robinson took part.
In our school carnival last year, the Junior queen candidate
placed second in the contest,
administered unto us by the Sophomore Glass.
Our Junior-Senior Banquet was held on April 14, 1949. we en-
joyed a very nice dinner prepared by Mrs. Donohue and we also heard
and enjoyed many ensuing speeches,
Our next event, the last for our Junior year, was the Junior
Prom. This was held May 21, 1949, our theme being WSpring Gardenn.
Everyone enjoyed this very much and we were sincerely looking for-
ward to our Senior year.
Here we are at the top of the ladder, which means that we are
Seniors at last. Our officers this year are:
Advisors ---- ------ -------- Mr, and Mrs. Hunt
President ------- -------- Robert Bacon
Vice President -- ---------- -- Jack Johnson
Secretary and Treasurer ---- Clarice Johnson
Rep esentative to
the Student Council ------ Virginia Robinson
At our first meeting of the year, we chose our class motto
which was WThere is no formula for success, just hard work.n
Our class colors are blue and yellow. Our class flower is the
red rose. , '
The Senior Ball was held December 17th in the gymnasium, but
we didn't do very well on it.
Our boys represented us very well in the line of sports this
we had our pictures taken in Lewiston on March ll, 1950.
The Seniors had a Saint Patricks Day party on March 17, 1950,
and a very large crowd attended, and fun was had by all,
iFinally, our graduation exercises were held Saturday, May 20,
1950, and it was very well attended.
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SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES
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Senior Class Vice-President C41
Annual staff C1-3-41
Dance Club C31
Editor of Annual C41
Paper staff Cl-2-31
NThe Great Ben Allahu C41
Clarice Johnson CnLeftyW1
Sophomrre Class Secretary C21
Senior Class Secretary C41
Senior Class Editor C41
Assistrnt Sec, Student Body C41
Student Council C2-L1
Annual Staff C21
Sophomore Class Treasurer C21
Junior Class Sec. 5 Trees, C31
Secretary to Student Body C41
President of Letterclub C41
Vice Pros, of Letterelub C31
Secretary of Letterclub C21
Ce-Captain of Basketball C2-31
Student Council C2-41
Annual Staff C3-A1
Paper Staff C21
nThree Old Maid Auntsn C21
UStreets of New Yorkn C21
UCannibal Queenu C31
WThe Great Ben Allahu C41
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Chorus Cl-2-31 in Draper
Sec. A Treas. in Draper
UGalloping Ghestn C31 in Draper
Louie Larson CWLouU1
WThree Old Maid Auntsn C21
WStreets of New Yorkn C21
'Cannibal Queenn C31
nThe Great Ben Allahu C41
Darrel Frazier CVBruiser'1
Freshman Class Treasurer C11
President of Letterclub C41
Maynard-Andersen qv Redn1
Vice Pres, of Freshman C11
Vice Pres. of Student Counci
Rep. of Student Council C31
Drum Majorette C1-2-31
Glass Sec, Q Trees C11
Class Vice President C21
nStreets of New Yerku C21
nFlower Shopn C21
Lettergirls Club C1-2-3-41
Paper Staff C2-31
Annual Staff C11
Dance Club C31
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PreS. Of 3hOphOmOTG Class f2l Vice Pres. of Junior Class C3
President of Junior Glass Q33 President of Senior Glass Q41
Junior Glass Editor C35 President of Student Body QLD
Vice Pres. of Student Body C33 Annual Staff C45
Student Council C2-37 Student Council f3-Ll
Band fl-2-3-Ll Band fl-2-3-Ll
Chorus Cl-2-3-A7 Letterclub Cl-2-3-Ll
Annual staff C37 Baseball C2-3-45
Letterclub fl-2-3-4, Football fl-2-3-4,
Basketball C3043 Basketball C1-2-3-Ll
UThe Great Ben Allahn CAD
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF-?
---Someone wasn't always trying to steal Cole from Lois--Mr. Gal-
vin quit giving themes---Jim y would quit putting tocks in every-
onegs seat---Anyone else dropped out of the Junior Glass--Joanne
and Sonny weren't always flirting with each other--wMidge suddenly
grew two more feet ---- Everyone was a nstrsight AN student--Pierce
High School would get some school spirit--4Everyone didnft have a
nickname---Lois weren't going with Steve---Anita never got kicked
out of English II ---- Pierce would beat Orofino--4Midgo and Patsy
didn't think that Hinky and Maynard weren't so darn cute ----- Our
school paper was published on time---Clarice hadn't met Jim--UDocu
kept on the subject in history class---All the books were kept off
the study hall desks ---- Darrel came a full week of school'---The
Fresh initiated the Sophomores---Jack Moscrip wasn't so good look-
ing--The P. H. S. kids didn't like stogies so well---Keith wasn't
trying to beat Bob's time----Jack Johnson quit flirting with the
girls---Red wusnit the mascot of Pierce Hi--The boys quit wise
cracking and the girls quit giggling,
WHAT yOULD HAPPEN? WHO KNOWS???????
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY----
I, Glariee Johnson, have been the one chosen to write the
Senior Class Prophecy for our annual this year. I had been vacat-
ioning at Yellowstone National Park for quite a few months and one
day I happened to be introduced to the owner of the resort, who
was none other than Jack Johnson, In addition to being the owner
of this very popular resort, he was also a very talented radio
singer over the local radio station. It seemed, that at one time
or another, all the members of the Senior Class of 1950 had stop-
ped at his resort. It was through him that I learned what each of
them was doing. Here's what I found out:
Darrel Frazier was part owner in his father's service station
business in Pierce, and doing quite well at it, too,
Louie Larson was the owner of a large ranch outside of Weippe.
He was getting rich awfully fast.
June Knapton get married a few months after she had graduated
and then she decided to go back to her old home town of Draper in
Maynard Anderson is new in the logging business with his chum
Leonard Stewart. They are now the owners of Potlatch Forests Inc.
after working there for thirty years.
Virginia Robinson finally made it through college and after
quite a few years of teaching school in different places, she fin-
ally get the position of Superintendent of the Pierce High School.
Robert Bacon and Cole Waldemar are partners in a very good
car selling business in Lewiston and are doing very good for theme
Janice Ball is the head waitress at the Pierce Cafe and she
is married now.
nwell, thank you, Jack,n I said, WI enjoyed my visit with you
very much. It's been fun reminiscing over the past years, and I
hope to see you again.'
nwait a minute, Glariee,N he said, Nyou haven't told me what
you are doing yet.n
WOh, I'm married now and living in Pierce,W I told him, as I
waved goodby from my car and drove towards home,
June Knapton ,,,..
Cole Weldemar ..,,
Jack Johnson .....
Robert Richel ....
Lois Lang ......
Bobby Stroud .....
Janice Ball ......
Laura Mae Stroud.
Jimmy Dundas .....
Larry Fry ........
Lois Dryden .... ..
P. H. S. NICKNAMES
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The fenewing is the ieet will end testament of the Senior
Glass of the Pierce High School of nineteen hundred and fifty.
We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty, being of
sound mind and body, do hereby make this last will and testament
to be carried out in future years, as we have herein stated,
To the Junior Class---we leave the well-learned advice to
WFollow in our footsteps if you desire an unprecedented high sch-
To the Sophomore Class--we bequeath our dignity, wisdom and
foresight to use as they see fit.
To the Freshman Glass---we will ou ability to get through
school without too much difficulty.
I, Jack Johnson,do hereby bequeath my job en the Annual Staff
to Em ett Benner, as I am very sure that he will enjoy it.
I, Robert Bacon, de hereby will my ability to foul out on the
basketball team to Keith Vaughan.
I, June Knapton, do hereby bequeath all my lovely freckles to
Marlene Minden, as Ifm sure she'11 look good with them.
I, Darrel Frazier, do hereby will my wonderful uModel-A' to
I, Clarice Johnson, do hereby bequeath my American History
book to Lois Lang.
I, Virginia Robinson, do hereby will my unpaid secretarial
job at the Pierce High School to Jennette McArthur.
I, Leonard Stewart, do hereby bequeath my place on the foot-
ball team to Bobby B own.
I, Louie Larson, do hereby will my ability to get excused
from school to Bobby Stroud, as I'm sure he'll need it.
I, Janice Ball, do hereby bequeath my majorette uniform and
baton to Adele Waldemar.
S I, Cole Waldemar, do hereby bequeath my ability to make ex-
cuses for skipping school to anyone who can use it.
Another school year has almost gone! Once again it is time
to clean out lockers, files and desks, discard old papers and keep
my best work of the year, Perhaps it would be a good time to clean
out my department in the art room and do the same for my box in
the homemaking room,
What a conglomeration of art material! Scraps from almost
every craft we tried during the year! A few small rocks and bits
of dyed weeds left from my ming tree, CRemenber what fun we had
making them? No two were the same and there were no complete fail-
ures,l Herefs a small copper plaque I must mount---almost forgot
it wesnft finished. We made so many plaques this year and then
when we were given a set of transparent metal lacquers the craft
took on new life and we all tried for the new effects. Here are a
few scraps of leather, and my book mark sampler. Leather craft
did not dominate this year as it had the last three, although Dar-
rel Frazier made a beautiful ladies handbag the first semester,
not to mention several ammunition belts and a gun holster. Some
of the other students made belts, photo albums, coin purses and of
course the usual popular bill folds. What's this b ight glittering
nwhy of course, bits from the
time. Remember how Laura Mae
glitter birds we made at Chr-
Stroud turned them out by the
dozen? Her nimble fingers made more than all the rest of us com-
bined. Here's a small broken shell-a reminder of the shell pin
and ear ring sets we made. Guess I'll throw this old plaster paris
plaque away. It was one that turned out badly, and I made a bet-
ter one later, Even with the rubber molds we made ourselves the
plaques were not always perfect especially if the plaster was not
of the right consistency. Most of these scraps are from the paper
flowers we made of duplex crepe, The results were usually better
than we expected. Guess I'll keep these pieces of cork from my
hot dish mats--they might come in handy for novelty pins. Here
are even a few bits of dried clay. My fingersawere not especially
clever with modeling clay or carving those tiny vases fron tene
Oh well, I found enough to do anyway. If time hangs heavy on my
hands before the last days of school, I'll try braiding a rug or
perhaps making a vase with a frosty finish. Right now, I'm won-
dering about that muddle of material in my home-making box down-
JUNIOR GLASS HISTORY
In 1947, twelve young lads and lasses entered the Pierce High
School as Freshman: Lois Lang, Betty Jo Gardner, Doleris Carlson,
Robert Hohnstein, Albert Hansen, Reba Kinard, Patricia Tondevold,
Merriam Lepka, Darlene Gerrard, Delores Stacy, Bobby Brown, Bobby
Stroud, Ann Orava, and Patsy Donohue. we were subjected to the
usual treatment by the Sophonores to initiate us into the ranks of
the Student Body. They gave us a party after the initiation so
all was forgiven. About two weeks later we gave them a return
party and also invited the Juniors and the Seniors.
Our Sophomore year brought back all of our old classmates and
added Ann Orava from Orofino, Darlene Gerrard from Ashton, and
Syneva Lands from Orofino. Syneva later left us, making 15 in the
class. we got ou revenge by ititiating in the new fresh.
" At the first of the yean everybody of last years class turned'
up, but at the present there is only five Juniors. Bobby Stroud is
the President, Robert Brown is Vice-President, Lois Lang is our
SecretarybTreasurerg and Robert Hohnstein is the Student Council
Representative for the Junior Glass, Patsy Donohue is the other
we made a little money this year by serving refreshments at a
turkey shoot, and at a basketball game. We also later put on a
we have already put on the traditional Junior-Senior Banquet,
and it was very nice. The Junior Prem is yet to come, at the time
that this article is being written, and the plans are, as yet,
The Senior Class hasn't tried to put up their letter or go on
their sneak yet, but even if our class is small, wefll do all in
our power to stop them,
Yes, we have had a very successful school year of it this year
and we only hope that our coming Senior year will be just as suc-
Oh, yes, we'd better give credit where it is due---our class
advisor this year was Mr. Burns. Thanks a lot, Coach!
Top Rowe--Peggy Knight, Lois Dryden, Janice Hutts, June Knapton,
Mary Wurdella, Louie Larson, JaokiMosorip, Keith Vaughan
Noel Williams, Cole Waldemar, Robert Hohnstein, Betty Jo
Gardner, Bob Bacon, and Darrol Frazier,
2nd Row-4Mr, Hunt, Mrs. Hunt, Adele Waldemar, Edna McMullen, Jen-
nette McArthur, Marlene Minden, Laura Mae Stroud, Belva
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Adams, Leonard Stewart, Robert Rlchel, oanne
Lorene Ratliff, Juanita Munds, Delores Stacy, Patricia
Tondevold, Mr. Burns, and Mr. Galvin.
346 Roms-Shirley Hutts, Larry Fry, Jimmy Dundas, Bobby Pollock,
Elwood Stacy, Bobby Brown, Johnny Tondevold, Ronnie Mc-
Fadden, Bobby Stroud, Marlene Starr, Jack Johnson, and
4th Row---Anita Stewart, Reba Kinard, Janice Ball, Virginia Rob-
inson, Patsy Donohue, Laurella Frazier, and Lois Lang.
Top photo4Robert Hohnstein, Lois Lang, Mr, Burnsfadvisorl, Bobby
Brown, and Bobby Stroud,
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
After two very successful years in Pierce High School, we
Sophomores, are quite confident and self-assured of the coming two
years left, This past school year, we have succeeded in establish-
ing ourselves as a class and also in playing a very important role
in all school activities. Those serving as class officers for the
past year were: Jack Moserip fPresidentig Joanne Cleveland CVice
Presidentlg Adele waldemar fSecretaryjg Mary Wurdella11TseasurerJg
and Marlene MindenCRep. to Student Councill. We chose as our class
advisor, Mrs. Pearl Dundas.
Boys from our class who participated in sports and were awar-
ded letters were: Bobby Pollock, Robert Richel, Jack Moscrip,
Jimmy Dundas, and Pat Fidler.
Girls who received letters were: Mary Wurdella, Joanne Cleve
eland, Adele Wfldemar, Laurella Frazier, Anita Stewart, and Lau a
Mary Wurdella was elected vice president of the Lettergirls
Club and Marlene Minden was secretary and treasurer.
Those on the annual staff were: Joanne Cleveland, Marlene
Minden, Adele Waldemar, Robert Richel, and Jack Moscrip.
we also edited the school paper this year, Staff members
were: Marlene MindenCEditorD5 Mary Wurdellafilsst. Ed,,S Laurella
FrazierfBusiness Managerjg Adele WaldemarCCorrespondence Editorlg
Joanne Cleveland and Jack MoscripCGirls and Boys Sports Editorsjg
and Pet FidlerCCirculation Editorl.
Members of the play cast, nThe Great Ben Allahn were: Adele
Waldemar, Marlene Minden, Mary Wurdella, Laurella Frazier, and
Jack Mescrip. Sophomores on the production staff were: Laura Mae
Stroud, Bobby Pollock, Ronald Adams, Joanne Cleveland, and Anita
At the beginning of the year, Jack Moscrip was elected vice
president of the Student Body and Keith Vaughan was one of the
Anita Stewart, Adele Waldeman.and Joanne Cleveland lead yells
for this past year,
Another thing we did this year which we are exceptionally pr-
oud of is our carnival king and queen candidates, Robert Riehel
and Mary Wurdella, who received the majority of the votes, and,
were crowned NKing and Queen of the 1949 P.H.S. Carnivaln, The
fact that we were the first class to defeat the seniors in such a
contest, made us feel very proud indeed!
To increase our treasury, we gave several parties, sold pop
at some of the home basketball games and sponsored a movier
As a class, we consider ourselves in good standing and look
forward to two more plentiful and happy years at P.H.S.
Mrs. Pearl Dundas Cadvisorjz X
Noel Williams, Jack Moscrip, Bobby Pollock, Jim y Dundas
Laurella Frazier, Mary Wurdella, Lau a Mae,Stroud, Mar
lene Minden, Joanne Cleveland, Anita Stewart, Adele Wal
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Omer, Robert Rlchol, Pat Fidler, and Keith Vaughan.
Cnames not in order of picture.,
Mr. James A. Galvin Cadvisorl
Johnny Tondevold, Emmett Bonner, Frank DeForest, Elwood
Stacy, Marlene Starr, Neal Marshall, Lorene Ratliffe,
Larry Fry, Jennette McArthur, Lois Dryden, and Juanita
Cnames not in order of picture.l
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FRESHMAN GLASS HISTORY
The Freshman Class was initiated into high school last fall,
as is the custom, and following initiation were given a party by
the Sophomore Class.
November 17, the Freshman Glass gave a Hal1owe'en party at
which most of the high school students attended and a very good
time was had by all.
The first class officers that were elected were:
Junior Martin --2:-fs--:-:szsf-:tes -f-ff----President
Jennette McArthur L--s-fsff-ssfse-:2-sf- Vice President
Lois Dryden :::h:ff:::-:sffs--T:--::---2:1 ---- Secretary
Peggy Knight -----r---- :1 L --L -::fif Treasurer
Then Junior Martin and Peggy Knight dropped out of our class
and the following were elected to take their places:
Jennette McArthur --------------- President
Larry FryeY---ess::-:---:-s::--s:---f:- Vice President
Juanita Munds f sees--ssl-2:--:sees--'ff-::fs Treasurer
Our carnival UKing and Queenn candidates were Larry Fry and
Lois Dryden. They came in third place in the contest,
In the annual school play, which was nThe Great Ben Allahn
for 1950, Lois Dryden played one of the leading parts, which was
that of Mrs. Aldrich. Jennette McArthur was the prompter.
In the past school year, the Freshman Class sold Green and
Gold nPepU hats that aroused quite a bit of good school spirit,
that was badly needed, indeed,
Our very helpful class advisor for the past year has been Mr.
we are glad that we have finished our very first year of high
school with such ease and accomplishment, and we are also looking
forward very eagerly to our Sophomore year, which we hope will be
just as successful.
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS:
Robert BaoonCPresidentDg Jack Moscripfvice Presidentlg Virginia
Robinson and Glorice JohnsonfSecre'tariesj5 and Robert Hohnstein
fNames not in order of picture.D
Robert Bacon, Jack Moscrip, Virginia Robinson, Glarice J ohnson,
Robert Hohnstein, Keith Vaughan, Bobby Stroud, Bobby Brown, Joanne
Cleveland, Me.r1ene'Minden, J ennette McArthur, Larry Fry, Belva
Adams, Jimmy Riehel, and Billie Jean Calhoun.
CNames not in order of picture.I
Most popular girl, .
Most popular boy, , ,
Prettiost heir , . . .
Most likely to succeed
Fastest talker . . . .
Funniest nickname, , ,
Silent type. . . .
Best boy dancer . .
Best girl dancer , .
Noatest boy . . . .
Neatest girl . . ,
Best gun chcwer . .
Best figure . . .
Best build . . .
Flirtiest boy . , .
Flirtiest girl . . . .
Talks the loudest , .
Prcttiest teeth , , ,
Biggest feet . ,
Cutest freckles . ,
Biggest appetite , ,
Most athletic boy , ,
Most athletic girl . .
Seen but not heard . .
Most dependable boy .
Reddost hair , . , , .
Gutest dimples , . ,
Small Ufryn ....
Best looking boy . .
Nicest boy . , , ,
Most efficient .
Prettiest eyes . , .
Prettiest lips . , . .
Most likely to grow ,
Biggest clown , . . .
Jolliest . . , , , ,
Intellectual type . ,
Prettiest complexion ,
Skips school the most
Gooficst , , , . , , ,
Pepiest , ,
Most style . .
Longest hair . . . .
Whistle-bait . . , . .
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Youngest boy of P. H. S, .
Uses biggest words . .
, Virginia Robinson
. . . Robert Bacon
. .Clarice Johnson
. . , , , Sack Johnson
. . . . . June Knapton
Ronald Adams CBuckshotl
. , . Maynard Anderson
. . Leonard Stewart
. . .Anita Stewart
. . .Jack Johnson
. ,Clarice Johnson
. . . Janice Ball
. . . . Lois Lang
. .Leonard Stewart
. , ,Louie Larson
. , Adele Waldemar
. . , Belva Adams
. Robert Hohnstein
. . .Jack Johnson
. . Darrel Frazier
. . Patsy Donohue
. .Cole Waldemar
. . . .Robert Bacon
. Joanne Cleveland
. . .Juanita Munds
. . .Robert Brown
. . .Robert Stroud
. . . .Mrs. Hunt
. . Larry Fry
. . . Jack Noscrip
. . .Robert Richel
. . .Mrs, Dundas
. . ,Mary Wurdella
. Joanne Cleveland
. . Emmett Bonner
. Bobby Pollock
. . .Mary Wurdella
. . . .Mr. Galvin
. . .Marlene Starr
. Johnny Tondevold
. . . Jimmy Dundas
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. Laurella Frazier
. . Lorene Ratliff
. . . .Mr. Burns
. . Elwood Stacy
. .Keith Vaughan
'BlondieW. . . .
Biggest grin , .
Laziest boy . .
Sleepiest boy .
. .Adele waldemar
. . . Lois Dryden
. Frank DeForest
. . . Pat Fidle
Friendliest , , . Marlene Minden
Slowest . . . . . .Keith Vaughan
Blushes the most . . Noel Williams
Sweetest girl , , Jennette McArthur
Most freckles .
. .Neal Marshall
1949 PIERCE HIGH SCHOOL nGARNIVALu--
Our annual school carnival was held Saturday, November 19, 1949
in the high school gymnasium. Each class ran several concessions
and had charge of decorating and operating their own booths. Each
booth had different gay colors which made a very festive effect,
As in former years, we had a Carnival Queen contest, For variety,
a King candidate from each class ran with the Queen candidate of
that particular class. The Carnival Queen and King candidates
were: Clarice Johnson and Cole WaldomarCSoniors7g Patsy Donohue
and Bob Brown fJ'l1I1lO1'S,3 Mary Wurdolla and Robert Richel CSoph-
omoreslg Lois Dryden and Larry Fry Glroslmenlg and Billie Jean
Calhoun and Jimmy Richel for-ada Schooll. After the contest was
closed, and the votes were all counted, Mr. Hunt announced that
the Sophomore candidates, Mary Wurdella and Robert Richel had ibn,
Robert Bacon, the Student Body President, crowned the winners as
"King and Queen of the Pierce High School Carnival for l9L9."
This was the first time in P, H. S.'s history that any olds! had
ever defeated the Seniors in such a contest. After the crowning
was over, the drawings were made for an electric mixer, two wool
blankets, and an electric blanket, which we had sold as raffles.
Over fou hundred dollars profit was cleared on our school carni-
val this year, which made it an overwhelming success, Our school
gym was absolutely packed, And so, we are looking forward to our
school carnival of 1950 and we hope that it will be as good and
successful as the one for 1949 was,
Here's the box with ny name on the end. Before I can get to
the well stuffed inside I'l1 have to remove the stack of booklets,
recipes and test papers on top. Then Ifll dump the box on a table
and start with the material gathered at the first of the year.
Here are my canning booklets--perhaps I'll use them this
sumrmrg next my stitch and seam samplets-what a time my poor fin-
gers had with themg then my apron, all done by hand,if you please,
and not bad for a beginner, if I do say se. My dress was next,
but it's not here in the box. I've been wearing it for some time
and you can judge for yourself. Of course, I had to learn to use
the machine first and we studied patterns and cutting before we
could make a dress. we were glad to change from sewing to baking
--especially since each cooking group had a new set of baking
dishes and a nice new electric range. We had fun exploring the
mysteries of baking biscuits, muffins, cakes, cookies, and pie
recipes that I know I'll be using after school is out, My booklets
on good grooming as well as shampoo samples have been taken home,
but here are the pamphlets containing washing instructions and
stein removal directions that went with our good grooming unit.
And here's all my leaflets on nutrition and meal planning--guess
Ifll keep them although I don't believe I can ever forget the
nBasic Seven.' These tables for vegetable cookery will come in
handy and here are my test papers for meat cuts and meat cookery.
These canned food booklets will be worth saving, They tell how to
use canned foods in so many different ways. And of course my book-
lets on desserts,' This sizable scrap book was my semester project.
I got an A on it, too, I took interior decorating for my theme
and found some wonderful ideas for every room in the house. And
my booklet on silverware and table service will be tucked away to
be used later, I still sigh over that gorgeous sterling flatware
we had the use of last fall, Perhaps some day-that reminds me-
some of us helped serve the Junior-Senior banquet this year and it
was quite easy after we learned how in class. we practically cook-
ed the dinner for the play cast from N.I.C.E, Iive been told the
advanced class in homemaking have covered much the sane subjects
as we, except in a mo e detailed way. In addition they have stud-
ied reupholstering and recovering furniture--rebuilding a set of
davenport and chair cushions for the community club, They also
made our kitchen curtains and decorated household linens with texa
What a busy year it has been, but even so, I did not realize
we had accomplished so many things.
Top Row------Reba'Kinard, Mary Wurdella, Belva Adams , Jack Mos-
crip, Joanne Cleveland, and Marlene Minden.
Middle Row---Virginia Robinson, Jennette McArthur, Lois Dryden,
Peggy Knight, Adele Waldenar, and Lois Lang.
Bottom Row--Bobby Stroud, Robert Hohnstein, J ack J obnson, and
Top Row-----Marlone'Minden, Robert Bacon, Joanne Cleveland , Jack
Moscrip, and Reba Kinnard
Bottom Row---Lois Lang, J ack Johnsen, Patsy Donohue, and Virginia
Top Row----Virginia Robinson, Edna McMullen, J imiry Dundas, Keith
, Vaughan, Robert Richol, Jack Moscrip, Noel Williams,
Bobby Pollock, and Adele Weldemar.
Middle Row---Mrs. Hunt, Shirley Hutts, Marlene Minden, Anita Stew-
art, Joanne Cleveland, Mary Wurdella, Reba 1Xinnrd,
Laurella Frazier , and Mr. Galvin,
Bottom Row---Janice Hutts, Patricia Tondevold, Patsy Donohue, Lois
Lang, and Delores Marshall.
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SENICR OF PAST YEARS:
Class of 19L9--- '
Patricia Dundas-----------living in Pierce, assistant librarian
Beverly Olsen-------- ----- -T-es ---::-:- eeeneeliving in Pierce
Virginia Anderson CMrs, Gene Cox! ------- -- ---- --living in Pierce
Joanne BonncrfMrs. Albert Hansenl--living in Pierce, mother of son
Darlene BaconCMrs. Don Thertenl-living Headquarters, mother of son
Wally Flodberg ----- --- -----'w--- taking pre-law course at U, of I,
Jack Hansen---an ---- M ------------ ---- ---------- working on section
Rey Johnson--- ----------- - -w------------- -----living in Pierce
Jack DenChue------ ------------ - ------ - ---- ---living in Pierce
Kenneth Lemmon ----- -N-w--- -------------- working fer Standard Oil
Dalles Marshall------married to Delores Stacy, living in Pierce
Steve Fry-n------------ ----- F- --------m ---working for P. F. I,
Leroy Hortig----married to Ann Oreva and has son, living in Pierce
Class of 1948f-
Beth Davis -- -w----------- 0 -o------ working and living at Lewiston
Leonard Herrick ------ w------ ---- ' --w---- -Sophomore at N. I, C, E.
Carl Larson ----------- --- ------v--- w---W--Freshmen at N. I. C. E.
Pete Hnrdella-spent your oversees navy duty, new working at Boston.
Mex Bloom ---- married to Charlene Kinerd, has son, living in Pierce
Harold DeForest:Y-2 ---- ---f:-::-f:T::-e- ------ ---living in Pierce
Ronald Kinerd-lives Medford,Ore., married Helen Williams, has son
Art Donohue ------- ---u-- ------ ----living and working in Pierce
Billy Bernerd--- ----- married to Arla Cox, living at hone, working
Class of l948--
Barbara BrewnCMrs. Stanley Cramerl--living in Pierce, one daughter
Phyllis Brnskdtrs, Warren Craddickl-living in Pierce, one daughter
Mable BrewnCMrs,Bill Koerlinglliving at Fordfs Creek, two children
Deen Clerk --------s:-- ----es-ee--fe---:Z--e-student at N. I. C, E.
Don Chrystel-- --------- living in Hoedqunrters, working for P. F. I.
Den Thcrten----married to Darlene Bacon, father of sen, working
Norman Vaughan--0----living in Headquarters, working for P. F. I,
Bucky.Agosts-1--e--ze-1P22-:::sf-fs:--B-:-is-living in Trey, Ore.
Thile Edmensen ----------- -- ----- -----living in Pierce, working
P, H, S, FOGTBALL---w
The 1949 football season was not too successful, as far as
games were concerned, but when you think of all the fun and exper-
ience it gave to the players , it was quite successful.
Hopes were high for the team when six lettermen returned from
last years team: They were: Louie Larson, Cole Waldemar, Leonard
Stewart, Darrel Frazie , Robert Bacon and Bobby Brown.
New members were as follows: Bobby Pollock, Jack Moscrip,
Robert Knight, Ronnie McFadden, Bobby Stroud, Noel Williams, Pat
Fidler, Keith Vaughan and Robert Richel.
Pierce---O Kamiahp- ---- -26
Tot al----56 Total-----58
P, H, S, YELL QUEENS---Q
When this year started out, we had three Yell Queens that
were chosen by the Pierce High School Student Body. They were:
Reba Kinard, Dora Kinard, and Anita Stewart. They did very well
during our 1949 football season. They really cheered and lead the
crowds in peping the boys up, They were there at all of our home
games. But even before basketball season stepped around, two of
our Yell Queens get married and left us. They were Reba Kinard
and her sister, Dora Kinerd,
When the basketball season came around, we added two new Yell
Queens, They were Joanne Cleveland and Adele Waldemar. And then,
all through our basketball season, there they were--always leading
the crowds in yells and cheering the boys, Anita, Joanne, and
Adele did a splendid job of being Pierce High Schoolfs 1950 Yell
Queen. Thanks 1.1 lot!
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P, H, S, BASI"ETBALL-----
The UForestersW had a successful season this year in has et
ball, by winning 9 out of 14 games. Out of 10 conference games,
the nForestersn wen 6 and lest 4.
Robert Bacon and Leonard Stewnrt were the only lettermen re
turning from last yeerls team.
Other members of the team were: Louie Larson, Cole Wtldener,
Robert Hehnstein, Mtynerd Aniersen, Jack Moscrip, Bob Richol, Beb-
by Pollock and Darrel Frazier
The scores were as follows:
Pierce ----- p--Q-27 Culdesac -----38
Pierce--------32 St. Gertrudeis---24
Pierce--- ---- -61 Stites ------------ 22
Piercoeem-M ----- 45 Keeskia-M ---- ---26
Pierce----M m--- A3 Guldesac -n-N------ 40
Pierce ------- --A1 Keeskia-------35
Pierce ----- u ---- 36 Kaminh -------- ---33
Pierce--- ---- -35 Orofino------52
Pierce--- ----- -37 Stites-- ------ M--26
Pierce ---- w--- -16 Ormfine--------Al
Pierce ------- --38 Kamieh--m --------- 37
Pierce ----u ---27 Weippe -------- ---30
Total-Pierce-----513 Qppenents-- ----- 488
The UB Squedn didn't do much this year, They only wen 2 out
of 14 frames,
The games they won were with Kamiah and Stites, The scores
are as fellows:
Pierce-------22 Keoskia-- ----- --21
we played four basketball games which we:-en't very successful
The high school girls were very active in sports in the year
of 1949 and 1950. They played the following games: Baseball,
Soccer, Valley Bell, Badminton, and Basketball,
The following are the girls who took part in the sports: Anita
Stewart, Joanne Cleveland, Adele weldemar, Mary Wurdel1a,'Laux'ella
Frazier, Virginia Robinson, Juanita Munds, Lorene Ratliff, Marlene
Starr, Leis Lang and Patsy Donohue. F
for the Pierce girls:
February 9----Pierce 26 Kamiah---------4-3'7
February 16---Pierce 18 Waippo---------26
Totals-------Pierce 92 Oppononents---127
Although our basketball games didn't turn out so well, we are
looking forward to a very successful year in the year of 1950 and
P. H. S. "LETTER" ORGANIZATICNS
The lettergirls and lettermen initiated many new members into
their clubs this past year,
The lettergirls began the first of the year by electing the
President Virginia Robinson
Vice Presidentff-essex:-1-21 ---- --eff: 1-Mary Wurdella
Secretary and Treasurer-------------Marlene Minden
Members initiated into their club were: J oanne Cleveland, Patsy
Donohue, Shirley Hutts, Marlene Starr, Juanita Munds, Lorena Rat-
liff, Belva Adams, Jennette McArthur, and Laura Mae Stroud.
Officers for the Lettermen's Club were:
President -- -------Darrel Frazier
Vice President-----H ""'fll'--f"':::""'f' 1--sRebert Bacon
Secretary and Treasurer----------------Keith Vaughan
New members added to their club are Jack Moscrip, Jimmy Dundas,
Bobby Pollock, Bobby Stroud, Robert Richel, Pat Fidler, Larry Fry,
Elwood Staqr, and Emmett Bonner,
Advisers for these two letter clubs was "Coach" Burns.
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The past school year term from the latter part of l9L+9 to the
earlier part of 1950 was a very successful year in the Pierce High
School Music Department, and a great deal was accomplished.
There weren't very many students enrolled in Band during the
first part of the year, but as time went along we picked up more
and more members. Most of the new members came from our grade
school. Mr. Hunt, Pierce High School's music director, started
quite a few grade pupils in a Eeginner's Band, and it wasn't very
long before they were with the rest of us. There were approx-
imately twenty-five members in the band. Adele Naldemar was the
leaiing majoretne. The other majorettes were: Joyce Flodberg,
Marcellene Holt, Sally Barnes, and Lois Dickinson. The flag hear-
ers were Janice Pall and Patsy Donohue.
The membership in Chorus ft the besinning of the year was
practically nil. Put, as the year proqressed, the Chorus depart-
ment picked up members like the Band department did. It gained a
few boy members in addition to the girl members. It, too, was
under the direction of Mr. Hunt.
During the latter part of the year, both the Band and the
Chorus went on two music festivals. First, there was the Prairie
Music Festival held at Grangeville on March 25. Then, there was
the Lewiston Music Festival held at Lewiston on April 29. The
Pierce Hilh School made a good showing at both of these music fes-
tivals and received high ratings. de were considered especially
good in our marching. The hind and chorus from Pierce also par
ticipated in Mass Chorus and Mass Band at both music festivals.
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The first day of school and the timid new nFroshU---when so many
girls get married and quit school-M-umThe crowning of King and
Queen at the Carnival and how proud the Sophomores were ---- -Some
of the funny costumed characters that appeared at the Freshman
Hallowefen Partye---When school was closed because of snow and
cold weather----How the girls swooned and raved about the cute
accordion player that was at a national assemblies program----
When so many of the Junior Class members quit school until there
were only five left--N-How much fun everyone had at the Senior
Ballfeveryone, that is, except the Seniors themselves who went in
the holel---Jock Johnsonfs pretty pastel colored nylon shirts
and dark colored harmonizing cords----Meryls giggles----Toots'
romance with a college boy----Claricefs diamond ----- when Bob and
Adele started going steady---The school play and big dance after-
wards----The Cole-Anita-Leis triangle---Semester exams---The
Sophomore parties----The Junior Promf---Midge's crush on Chuck
Brown----The basketball trips and serdine snacks-----The trouble
the paper steff had in issuing e good paper---4Remember when Bob
Richel set with Marlene in Letter Boys' Initiation---Patsy fell
down in the street in Kamiah and get the spotlight turned on her-
---Jeck and Midge's secret romance---4How the boys razzed the
girls when they get their cute green hats---Graduation exercises.
DO YUUIUQEHFER? If you donft, where have you been?
F. H, S, NICKNz'.MES-----
Mr' HuntOlQO ISIC O U l IIIOIIO O C OIQO
Mr. Galvin ..... . .. . .. ..... UDeaconU
Keith Vaughan... . ,,,.., . . ....YMercuryn
Robert Bacon.... . . ....... ..nBrern
Mr, Burns ...... . . ....nNature Boyu
Anita Stewart... , . . . , . ...,USkeetern
Ronald Adams. ...... . . . ...nBuckshotW
RObCI"h HOhnS'bCin. Q Q 0 Q n s 4 n o u ."Herny"
Darrel Frazier..., , .. . . . . ...WBruisern
Pat Fiiler ...... . . .. ..... .,.dFidn
Louie Larson... . . . .... .,..UMousen
Jack Mescrip... .. . ...2Pretty Boyn
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Lanrella Frazier... .... . .. . ..... nSquirtn
Mary Wurdel1a,,,- , . , ,, ,,,.nOomphn
ri3I'lCnO Minden qons 0 0 0 Q 0 n 0 o urnstogj-on
Bobby Pollock... . . . . . . . .. Eggheed
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Robert Richel------------------------loafing around
Jack JOhHSOH-ff:-r- 1 -sl--s- l--:::::f:::-Qlistening to the radio
June Knapton: s5:1-1:-ufsl --5:1---J-::-f fJunior and reading books
Belva Adams Lf+ ----- --s so --P-fs --f -Q-fs----is-few--s s-horses
Laura Mae Stroud ----------- reading books and enbroidering
Juanita Munds------------------------Hrending books
Marlene Starr---- r C -
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Adele Waldomar:+:s-W-:L--fx-T-a-::-::--C:::-:L:- aff-Robert Bacon
Robert Bacon--------------------------QAdelo Waldomar
Anita Stewart sffzz V-W2 Aff-ass:--f f::--2 W---ff ----- 2:--1-boys
Elwood Stacy ----------------telling jokes to nDeaconW
Jimmy Dundas --------listening to the radio and reading books
Johnny Tondovold-of-F s:fff:s--s:-i:- -:ss-WY elee -:1f--playing hookio
Laurella Frazier---------running around with Mary and Marlene
Bobb Pollock ---as as-L-f--sssf- eeee sf--L --L---f:--sleeping
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Lois Lange -f--s-
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Patsy Donohue-::- as an -L - F
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Larry Fry---fs :M
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Bobby Browns 2---f:+:::1f:--:asa--a::rsassrx--1 l:--- in J-dancing
Emmett Bonnersslas--asa:-fass1.4 ---ca- Y--ls--working on WMods1-An
Mary wurdolla-ff: s-sa- -ssfs: 2-has gfsgtelling stories
Marlene Minden---------------giggling with Toots and Mary
Clarice Johnsonsf:-f:--Ussf::E:sWQ-:sas-fat -::::::dancing and Jim
Virginia Robinsonsw l-C:-fassffl-Q-f -is-dancing and playing cards
Janice Ball---------csziasv-C27-fss savosplaying shuffleboard
Mr, Hunt:x slsc:-fs a--::--:--------------playing golf
Mrs. Dundas: w-w---ua-::::---cff- ss--::fishing and craftwork
Y H- r ---- J H H--Lv-reading books
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Colo Waldemar:Ma:---sws::sM-was--:for-ssz:-Wzfwff-2---Lois Dryden
Pat Fieler--o f-M --- arm- J-as -s ws -
---keeping Cole away from other girls
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sleeping in school
"THE GREAT BEN ALLAH" l
April the first, members of the speech class and other stud-
ents of Pierce High School, lpresented a three-act comedy--NThe
Great Ben Allahne-in the school gymnasium.
Members of the cast included: Jack Johnson as the Great Ben
Allahg Cole Waldomar as Ed Westeng Adele Waldemar as Ruth Aldrich,
Lois Dryden as Mrs. Aldrich, Virginia Robinson as Roberta Houstong
Marlene Minden as Helen Johnson, Mary Wurdella as Mrs. Shyler van
Shulerg Laurella Frazier as Dorothy, the maid, Jack Mescrip as
Hawkins, the butler, and Louie Larson as Randolph Rawlings.
Other participants wore: Jennette McArthur, pronpterg Laura
Mae Stroud, make-upg Glarice Johnson and Joanne Cleveland, tickets
and box officog Bob Bacon, Bobby Pollock and Ronald Adams, stage
crewg and Patsy Donohue, Anita Stewart, Marlene Starr, and Lois
WThe Great Ben Allahu is a very amusing and interesting play
which revolves around Mrs.Aldrich, a hobby maniac for spiritualism
who refuses to let her daughter, Ruth Aldrich, seo the man she
loves because he is not a sriritualism, A plan is made by the very
understanding and dear aunt of Ruth's--Roberta Houston, They de-
cide that the only possible way for Ruth to see Ben is to have him
pose as a Hindu spiritualist, He is aided by his pal, Ed Weston,
who has his oyc on Helen Johnson, a friend of Ruth's, who is in on
the plot, too. Mrs, Aldrich falls for the tricks played on her,
but Mrs. van Shuler, her more skeptical friend, becomes very sus-
picifms of them, Everything seems to go pretty smooth until The
Great Ben Allah, pretending to hypnotize the butler and maid,finds
to his amazement that he really has hypnotized them and can not
break the spell. Professor Randolph Rawlings, an old flame of
Reberta's, cones to the rescue and breaks the spells, Everything
ends fine with Ben and Ruth, Randolph and Roberta,and Ed and Helen
all altar hound. Mrs. Aldrich, after a terrible ordeal, is through
with spiritualisn, but--not with hobbies! Mrs. van Shuler rushes
in to tell of a wonderful auction sale on antique bathtubs, which
both of them take up for a new hobby.
Mrs. Pearl Dundas, high school speech instructor, was presen-
ted with a dozen red roses at curtain call, on behalf of the cast
in their appreciation for the time and effort of which she ably
directed another successful play for P. H. S.
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SALES-FDJLQ OF E'JEI-?l'S:
-ff--4: ---s s -11:---+--the start of a new school yearn
--:::---s-1----- --1-Q--------'-Ffzfeshman Initiation
21: football game with Winchesterftherel
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-M:---football game with CuldesacCthereD
-Q-I-L---Lfootball game with Kemiehfherej
as---ss--football game with Heippe Ctherd
------football game with Kooskiaftherel
----------Freshman Halloween Party
Lattergirls' and Lettermens' Initietiens
----1 ---- 1 --gaf ls--:ss ---ff ------ ---Armistice My
--:ffs::L:- H12 W1--f---fc-----H-FTIL turkey sheet
------------s--------s------ ----- ----PTA meeting
- nnnn s- ---s---s s-s1--:i-:-n---Q-LY---fs-School Czrrnival
--::: -A:-M-2Tl::-,nksgiving vacation starts
-- V-basketball gene with Culdesacltherel
girls basketball game with Weippeftherej
basketball gene with St. Gertrudes Academytherel
-f-sf::baskethall fame with Stitesfherej
---wbaskethell Game with Koeskiaftherej
is---' ssiophorzcre Class Christmas Party
-----------basketball game with Weippe Ctherel
....-,zz-f, 1:-fx-:ffl----T-..-V , -'YF-:L:-----PTA
--1-L----lf,,ss--.....--..::f,......-.Ls Chyjshgfys IQPCESTQIH
Li s ::Christmas vacation starts
-:fn-basketball game with Culdesacfherel
s-W1 2- f W-ff-fs s s--Sophomore party
2-fs hsbasketbell game with Kooskiafherej
---Lss--- -filbebasketball fame with Knmiahfherel
slsf-basketball game with Stitesfthercl
se:Q::besketball gene with Orofinofherel
2: basketball game with Greencreekftherel
CALENDAR OF EVENTS--Cont,
2------- ------ --- ---- girls basketball game with Kamiahlherel
3---d- ----- -------------baskethall game with Stitesfherel
8-----polio benefit game between Heippe and Pierce towns people
9------1--------------basketball game with Kamiahlheroj
10 Y:-2:---di:-1:1--W----hh-basketball game with Orofinoftherel
14p-f-3 H-e-:ze-sW--fi-CL-+--basketball game with Kamiahftherol
17-----++---+-basketball game with St. Gertrudels Academyftherej
21-s-was--f1if---+s:+ec--iffhio -basketball game with Weippeftherej
24--fL:s 2:22-:-:A-dh--We-fd-ess:--district band meet at Craigmont
lubrcs-fe-fl-lee-ilzaeoe---S1:h-vYf4-eNational Assemblies program
15fe:::--f-1 as 135 ales---eseeaannual pictures taken--PTA meeting
17------ihf--------6----+dSeniorYs St, Patrick's Day party
249- eea-Le---- e-szseizfze-eases4--'f-fe-s e4JuniereSenior banquet
1---ff- -:fT- ff:f?--:::::-fri--H-e--1di-National Assemblies program
ll::ad:e-eff:-- -:i-2:---241sfare:----baseball practice at Kooskia
13 'Heli-E::e'5f!-f+NICE playh-WThe Importance of Being Earnestn
29Hv-:Q ee'e f:f:e-1-Aaeecefiea--F Lies----cf-music festival at Lewistcn
1-2-Le--1:--evfsf--f-fees -- has-e e-has sea-Q-k baseball games
13-vii:-!s+e: e-L.L--:lf-:::-Y--e-L-ff-fsfweesfo v- eeveJunior Prom
f--n--- e'--:Va-w- e eeee efhseazu-baccalaureate services at Church
seas:-sa'aa:--assesses?-s :aa ww fa fsend of another school year!
20- evezfe-Llevfff-4+ ---was---::e we-754:--COmmGHC8mOHt exercises
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The following? list of business houses have, through contributions,
played am very important port in our annual. The entire Student Body
of the Pierce High Schcol wishes to oxtond their whole-hearted thanks.
DAVIS Kc LAWRE'IECE
DUR.AEZT'S GET-ERIE, MERCIUIIJDISE
ELK HORN BAR 8: ROOMS
HAWKINS' GENERAL MERCHANDISE
JORDAITYS GENERAL MERCHANDISE
KEY BAR 84 HOTEL
LENISTON CHAMBER OF COITE-TQERCE
MICKEY Mc GUIFEYS
PIERCE COLD STORAGE
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