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U In the year 1925 eight confident freshies stormed the gates of
Peshastin High School. Undaunted by certain signs on the horizon they
prepared to conquer the citadel of learning. Green and rose were
their colors and assuredly they were well chosen. The green - a time
ly reminder of their fresh stateg the rose the color of the spectac-
les through which they viewed high school life. Disillusion follow-
ed. That first year was an obstacle race with two new barriers for
every one knocked down. But even centuries have a way of ending and
there was one ray of hope. Mary, gentle child, had been elected
vice president of the student body. This alone enabled the poor c
class to pled on.
Oh joy, what bliss it was when they became sophomores. How they
looked down on the Freshmen and made their life miserable just as
their own had been. But first of all, as an indication of their im-
proved state, they changed their colors. Now that they had passed
the verdant stage, green was an obnoxious color, fit only for chil-
dren. The new colors were blue and gold. Next, with one accord
they went out for athletics. The girls emerged bearing their letters
in basketballg the boys letters in both basketball and baseball.
Some scored in the Junior-Senior play.
The Junior year was one of unalloyed pleasure. The few remain-
ing in the class romped through their studies and 'pulledudownn A's
with no expenditure of effort what so ever. Physics was a joyg Span-
ish translation the most popular form of indoor sport. Again, tho
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