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' HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS --5---1928. g
Seven Seniors, who here completed the required
four years of High School, compose the 1928 greduat-- H
ing csess of Peshastin High School.
J ecause of the many additions to and drops from
membership since 1924, it is difficult to give any
accurate history of their first and second years in
High School. Lklvin Snyder and Esther Erase are the
only original members of the Freshman class of '24.
The remaining five have come in at different times.
Be it sufficient to say each member Wes actively en-
gaged in school life where ever he or she may have been
during the Freshman and sophomore years.
However, the last two years heve mnde up for any
inefficiency of unorganized class life which may have
occured. To the present Senior class belongs the
credit for editing and publishing the first success-
ful High School Enper and High bchool Annual, ULomoaU '
In the Junior-Senior play last yenr, the majority of
the cast was from the Junibr class of '28. This year,
several of our clans served as assistants to the Junior
Annual Staff. With the aid of Gertrude Lllsn, the
Senior Class of '28 put on the first strictly Senior
Play ever given at Peshastin High School.
As Juniors, thc class was strongly represented in
the Basketball team. All thru the four years they
heve given strong support to school athletics and
- Members of the Senior class have been such powerful
and strong advocates of student particnption or
HStudent ov'tU, that the class hes hnd many Hlolitic-
al enemies.H Told man, the members of the class oe-
ltnve in Student Uov't and have worked hard to make it
a success in Peshfstin. we hope the others coming a-
long at various stng,s of school life will Hheep the
ball rolling.H y
No one is perfect and we are no exceptions. Every
one of us has contributed more or less to the dis-
turbances of Hdoncstic trnnquilityn in the school. 1'
But we hope that those concerned will let ey-genes be5
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4 It is interesting to note the different parts
the U,S. which claim to be the birth places of the
Senior class. ror instance-Ralph Upringer,-Pres. of
class '28, was a former resident of Sioux Gity la.,
Where he was born Sept 22, 1907 Ten years ago one mon
before Armistice was signed, he was enrolled in Peshas
tin in the fourth grade. With the exception of one v
semester at Leavonworth W.--EotKansss he hes spent '
his school life here, in the Peshastin Lehool, and
theie is not much leitg his is all HSpentW.
VicefPres. lhrgaret Boyd, is'a HNesterner.N .She
was born in Payette, Ida., Dec. 3, 1908. Margaret
lived a while in Nyssa, Ore. but two years of her
high school career was spent in the Payetter H.5.
Nhiss Boydn was enrolled as a Junior in P.H.S. Since
that date she has been active in school activities and
has been a good student. 2
The Seo.-Trees.. Esther Erase, formerly resided 1
in Maywood, Ill. where she was born June 14, l8lO, or
n l9l9 E
ether became a fourth grader in
was in l9lO? I
the Peshastin school, and she has been a student of th
highest type. As a m.mber of this school, she graduat
this year. Besides graduating from H. S., some years
back Esther graduated from rig-tails-to bobbed hair.
' HShrimpU Snyder--If we said Melvin folks would'
not know to whom we were referring -was born in Dill
City, Okla. November 25, l909. Ho is another Hbaok-
easterN.l92l saw Uhrimp in the seventh grade of this
school. He sgent his H.b. life as one of the original
members of the graduating class of '28.' Nhlvin has
been invaluable to the school as'a member of her Ath-
ebate--well, its a pity we did-
letic teams? as
m't get him Uno
Dena Qpees is another Uwesternern claiming Od-
essa Wh. as her home tonne-a town in the Hdesert of
wheatn She was born in Gdesta, Nov. 2l l907. Dena's
first contact with the Pesnastin School uns a sixth
grader. 5he has managed to stay here long enough
te of 5.H.5. Whnt Rena dcesnft know
to be a gradua l
about books and libraries Hain't worth lnowin.H
Howard Smith-the tallest member on the class and
the official Htown bullyh is a native of Seattle, Wh.
f was born in the Hnestern metropolis,H Nov. 5, -
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