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

 - Class of 1928

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'7 ' Each night after Janice and Jimmie he I 4 T LOMQL 1 YI si feiil of ine. t sleep,-Arden, took a picture from the top ' that re- fire place and g.zed at the beautiful IRCC sembled the face of Virgin lhry. She nept ogcsuse who lil .d r had been this was e picture of hor wonderful mother died only e few month's before. Her moths g n beautiful wcmang the :other of these three-beuutif children. then .irflen would slip off to bed and fell usleeg. . Jhen ever the schooner nheryn came in grden zhd e delicious eugper ready fo: the captain, her father ffter they had eaten supper, Captain Denning would A tell stories of his adventures on the see, while the two children, Jinwie and krdcn, listened attentiwely Baby Janice nes not old enough to enjoy the stories that pere told by the Ceptnin. The stories finished, and Janice put into ner' cradle, nrden end Jimmie kneeled at their fetncr's knee to peray, before ships to the lenis of they sailed envy on dream their fetner's eaventuxes. ADALINE MILES. WHILE PREPARING FOR AN LISH TEST. ' WHAT I THINK OF ENG haven't stud Englishg I think I'll and get sick 'I'd die. ' Oh I'm not getting any place so I guess I'd better get busy and study. I -We start in with verbs. Lets see--a verb is a wdrd that denotes---I wish I were in Florida now and I surely would eat lots of oranges and bananas. I think I'll peck up some of these days and head for Florida and have a big Hblow out.N now, an object compliment is n-- travel to Alaska and sit on an e month. It's getting too hot down here. Then I'll catch a polar bear and mnybe Oh! an English test tomorrow end I I guess I'd better get busy I just hate don't see why they have such Nstuffn I eat a good mixture of some kind of food and I won't have to go to school. I wish Well, lets see a--no, I think I'll iceberg for about Ib. ,L 4 'Xl ul iedg

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iiLOMQl Hagedorn thought he could stand it no longer, when he remembered his warning and sat down. Later got up and gave a loud yell. He had no sooner done this when a large timber loosened and came crashing to the floor. A rain of glass followed. The detectives made their Way out just in time to see Weber pass under a street light. They follo in close chase. Weber went in the direction of the river bridge. f 1 , When on the bridge he turned and saw the men coming. Quickly he leaped to the railing and jump- ed off the bridge. ' Hbgedorn saw the base viol on the watery saw Weber rise to the surface and climb on the viol. He heard a shot crack through the cold night airy , and he saw Weber slowly role off the large viol. The base viol drifted noisesessly by and thru the night, to the ocean, all alone. I Albert MbDonald. THE SEA CAPTAINS CHILDPJQN. J Arden was fourteen years old, little Jimmie was five, and baby Janice was only ten months old. They lived by the sea in a beautiful buggelow cov- ered with vines and green foliage. Outside, the sea lay in it's enormous bed. Somber, blue, and en- chanting was the sea. ' Each night Arden, holding baby Janice in her arms walked the waters edge, while Jimmie scempered on ahead. They loved to watch the moonbeams dance on the rippling waters. Arden sat on the mossy bank under a tree, and sang to baby Janice as she held her very tenderly in her arms and Baby Janice would coo back at her. Jimmie played with his toy sail boat, which his father hed made before he had left the last time on the schooner over the deep blue sea. Then they would ge b ck'to the cottage, -nd Arden would put Janice and Jimmie to bed. 'She sang a sacred hymn to them till they drifted down to dreamland. , 5 A Tl Nr W d



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I I Q . u .4 7 t , f - f 'L O. Fgu.-rn-gp-.1........-,......J ,,r'-pg., 3, T1 Ll I, X, ,fill- xride a couple of whales. That would be a great.sporta I surely would be a good sportsmen then. 'A I . or This English is hard. I never did understand it' These verbs and propositions and ani that kind of njunk I I know this pogo, I guess I8ll go on and see if I knot what e subject is. A subject is a noun end, and--I een hnrdly wait until summer when I can go t swimming and fishing. I just love to fishg I still 1 remember the time when I caught that big trout. He pulled me in befoeo I had e ehence to pull him out, I and then I had to have help. I wonder if we are going camping this summer. I surely hope we do and that wey go to bnow Lakes again. Where was I? Oh, in infinitive, Q gsrund ond' a partioipal are used to intro uce phrase, but I can't see why. I zm '.,. sure an infinitive is used as n pronoun and a proposition, so I won't look it up. . I wonder what we are going to do in girls club , tomorrow? Are We going to fight? or are me going to, to--Boom! Boom! Boom! Eleven o'olook. IT's time I was hiking to bed. I've studies long enough fnbout two hoursj. I'll get n good grade because I know my English after studying so long. T and losing so much sleep. I'm going to bed. E ' H Now I lay me down to rest Before I take tomorrow's test If I should die before I make Thank goodness thero'll be no . 1 1 test to token Joann Reister. ' 1 ,A P - N .HHOW TO WRITE A STORY.H I When you make up your mind to be an author or authoress, the first thing you should,do is go go where it is quiet. But first, tie a cloth over the bnby's mouth to make it stop cryingg tie the cog in the cellar und the oat.in the back ynrdg give your -?Qronts plenty of interesting novelsg give your smoi, or ther 0 tale of HPirntes and Their Abventuros i the it-Q ......-..--..-1

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