Peshastin Dryden High School - Puma Yearbook (Peshastin, WA)

 - Class of 1927

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Page 49 text:

r F71?0ofHCx9 - Not so long ago nineteen little Froshies romped into the school house dcor and were gravely initiated into the manifold mysteries of high school life. We recall the vague ideas and wondering doubts existnng in our winds concerning the nwhyn and Uthereforeu of High School Etiquette, we remember only too well the feer we had of the unknownethe threetning initiation and the anxiety as to whether we wnuld say and do the right thing at tge right time. During the first few days the Freshmen truly dwelt in a lend of terror, afraid lest he make some grave blunder and thus expose his ignorance. Oh yes, we were green all right and we did make numerous mistakes. But after e while the Fresh group settled down to work and play, - To say that the Freshmen class is of e progressive syirit is not exaggereting because we recsll the unlocked for cone oack which developed as a result of the Sophomore proclamation to the Freshmen, fastened up in the eeeenblyo Needless to say that pro clametion come down and the sophomore Donley'wcnt up in its stead The upper clsssmen were forced to neat the goor Yeast until they destroyed him piece by piece regardless of the Freshmen s' valiant attempts to prevent such socrilegen ?orhops this is not e pleasant recollection for some, hut nevertheless it is history. The good time enjoyed on the slcighriding party, ending in a roast at Boston's fields, near Blewett, will he remembered with gleasure. The fun and enjoyment derived from the St. Valentine party on the fourteenth day of February, again displayed the us- ual Freshman vim and vigor. When one of our members deported

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from this school to another we were sorry so the party in her honor was one of mingled joy and regret. The time to, was ex- gressive it was the dreary month of larch. Ono of the best memories in the minds of the first year class was the showing the Freshmen Boys' BzsketmBall Team ex- hibited in the interuclass games last winter. True enough that the score with the Sophomores and Juniors-Seniors was over Whe- lmingly against them so fer as points were concerned--but it doe explain the circumstances and conditions under which our loyal battled. Almost every player had never played.before, a few did not even have a knowledge-of rules and rudiments of the game. They had never had the opportunity to practice together. tThese things considered e 60 to 6 score does not speak so astoundingly well for the Juniors and Seniors all but one of whom were of two or three years experience. The Sophomores too, had material in part and the remainder was experienced pleyerse Yes, the Fresh team did well and we ere proud of them, Being Freshmen has not held hack this grong of students as the participation in the various school eetivities will show. Different members have pesitiers on the school paper, anual, the athletic teens, and in student body affairs, s no team 4

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