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Page 23 text:
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We the Seniors of the Peshastin
many heated arguments have drawn up
will and testament.
we are sorry that we must leave
leave our few prized possessions to
School. We hope that they will be
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High School after much study and
the following document, our last
but on going we are happy to
the other members of this High
cared for and cherished by our
To the Juniors we are leaving our unsteined reputation and our
ability toubluffuthe faculty.
To the Sophomores we bequeath our sense of humor and our abil-
ity to attend the after school eles
we enjoy them.
To the Freshmen, the
our discarded greenness,
Our other qualities,
ing at random throughout
the High S
ses and make people think that
e souls, we ere very glad to leave
our innocence and our belief in Santa Claus.
virtuous and otherwise, We are distribut-
chool. We hope that our success-
ors will be able to surpress the notherwisen as well as we have in
The past four years.
Robert English is leaving his studious and quiet ways to James
Gibbons. He entreats HSnubbersH to make use ef this inheritance
and be as well behaved as WPee Ween always was.
Frank Springer thinks it is altogether fitting and proper that
he should bequeath his boisterous not
ions to Gene Boswell. 'I
To Constance McDonald Edna bequenths her infatuation for HPee-
Page 25 text:
September 6, l946
Former Principal of Peshastin High School.
In compliance with your request I am writing this letter to
you. I am very glad to be of some service to you in helping you to
get in touch with your fonner pupils, the 1927 graduating class of
Peshastin High School. '
In coming over on the ship I thought that there was something
familiar in the way in which the steak we had for dinner resisted
the knife. On inquiring I learned that the supply of meat had been
purchased at one of the Cain meat markets owned by Mr. Robert English
lt seems that Hr. English has a chain of markets completely encircl-
ing the globe.
In Patagonia where I visited with a freind of mine I notic-
ed a striking thing about the native's hair. Instead of being kink-
y as it naturally is, it was uniformly waved all the way round their
heads. On asking my friend about this, he told me that fifteen year
before a young married couple had come to Patagonia. The man of the
family was killed while out trying to sell three-ply veneer for the .
Columbia Valley Lumber Company to the natives. His wife, after his
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