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Of Memorable Classes and Activities
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"She loves me, Yeah. yeah, yeah. yeah" mimic these imitation Beatles at a rousing PHS pep 1 i
appearance at the game that night caused quite a stir in both the adult and teen-age sections ot th Tig A
While listening to the daily announcements, Mr. Ken-
neth Edwards, student teacher of chemistry, glances
at the decorated PA. and reminisces about his own
Hoping against hope that her precariously-balanced
books don't tall before her "stubborn" lock unwinds
itself, lanet Gustafson tries out her new locker com-
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"Keeping in Step" Involved 1350 Hours
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the senior high school left a wall for workmen to re-
pair and a gaping space where the old building had
stood for 65 years.
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September, 1963 - the opening of a school
year which contained a little bit of everything
for all of us at PHS. From that first sight of our
friends in the fall until that last parting in May,
our school life was full of joy, sorrow, anxiety,
love, fear, and hope, Our footsteps traced us
through times of excitement, distress, confusion,
and celebration, They took us to school, foot-
ball and basketball games, concerts, club in-
cluctions, and auditoriums. Of course, there
were trips to Eds candy stand, passes to see
the Deans, and those inevitable walks uptown
for cokes,The enthusiasm at the football games,
the spirit of the group singing at the Christmas
auditorium, the satisfaction of putting on a
successful Rodeo, and that final graduation day
full of mixed emotionsethis was our life at PHS
as we were "Keeping ln Step,"
Iudging by the ecstatic expressions on the laces of
these PHS fans, the Tigers must have just scored a
touchdown. The unanimously echoed phrase seems
to be a lively "Yeaaaaal"
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Mr. Delph's P. A. Preview Began Our Days
The footsteps of daily life found us involved
in many "odds and endsii of activity. These in-
cluded drinking cakes in the old canteen, clean-
ing our lockers at semesters end, working in
one of the administrative offices, having absen-
tee slips signed, and buying much-needed pen-
cils and paper. Cur time was also spent signing
up for buses to away-from-home games, stand-
ing around talking to buddies, buying lunch
tickets, leaning over the upstairs railings, rush-
ing to get to class on time, and screaming at the
pep sessions, especially when the 'Beatles'
The many places we ve gone, the many
things weve done this wonderful year at PHS,
the varied ways our footsteps have taken us
both in reality and iinaginationethese are un-
forgettable memories as our footsteps continue
to mold our way of life.
With an upward. questioning glance, Sally Heinrick
seerngs to itonvfiy iirispiikf-r. thougnts to her nteiidy,
Another period and another attendance pass to col-
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