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Page 46 text:
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! Nadine Moore Cshla-.'s just more and more! but NS
then Nadine is an essential member of our class ,Q
and how she certainly swings a wicked violin bow.
Our violinist has always attended this chool and
probable always will She was a member of the eigh-
th grade class of '26.
Last of the girss is Lois Logue, short? maybe
but then she comes from a place where they measure
peeple from their shoulders up and not from their
shoulders down. Lois entered the H. 5. as a fresh-
man from the eighth grade in '26.
Thats all the girsl in our class but then its
quality which counts and not quantity.
Among the boys let us introduce James Gibbons
Snubbers, history might be better ommitted saying
that he's simply one joke after amother. He came
here to H. S. in '26. '
JOhn Beecham, now there's a man for you.' Fehn
came into our midst in '26 but that isn't all.
John has never made a mistake in Bookkeeping, every
thing is correct and accurate. Also his speed '
makes our class famous.
Take a squint at Louis Davis. They say one
should never offer him a chair, for he prefers a
Davenport. Well, anyhow he has good judgement.,
As a forward on the B. B. team he's a dandy. He Qld
always been in Peshastin School. t
' Now Vernon is different from Davey, in that he
prefers a land in fact this lad has the best Hlandn
in school. Vernon has a great deal of :bility in
radion and may rival Mhrconi in time. Vernon sigiw
ed up with our class as a Freshman in '26, coming
here from Caldwell Idaho. A
Our friend, Ned Darlington, who graduated from
the eighth grade and put his name in our books in
'26 is an exceptional lad. He not only treads closel
on the heels of Jim Gibbons as a joker but nwkes Ray-
Mond Duncan step lively to Keep his lead in Dookkeepi
No, we couldn't get along without Ned.
uated from the eighth
so fast that he makes
the zone. He too bre
the fall of l926.
or we mean Raymond Duncan, who g
grade in '26, This lad workds
the wind whistle as he tears t
ezed into Peshastin High sehoolhg
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Page 45 text:
SOPHOHOR3 CLASS LISTOHY.
People often wonder which class in P.H.S. is the
est. Do far as we are concerned there is no doubt
ut what the present Sophomore class far surpasses
lnytning in the form of classes in the high school.
low some good folk might call this boasting, but we
hould worry, because, how can we help it if we are
he best class. '
As a gentle reminder for those who already
now an as invaluable information for those who do
ot, we shall, in the following lines, endeavor to
nlighten those so concerned as to the history of
ur class. KNO extra chargej
First, there is our Presieent, The honoreble
ene Boswell, the galloping center of the B. B.
eam of '27 and '28. He attended the grade school
.ore or less all the earlier years of his school
ares and in l926 was admitted into the realm of
is high school life as a freshman.
Our vice-president, whom you all know is hhss
lorothy Davenport-she makes the President step liv-
ly and we expect she'll make a certain gentleman
ance at a great rate in the years oi wedded life.
ell thet's the kind of officers we need. Dorothy
vas enrolled in P. H. S. as a Frosn the fall of '26.
we might at this time introduce our worthy
ecretary and treasurer, the person who keeps a
ecord of our meetings and is the a ...' lelfinance mane
ger in charge of the enormous funds of our class,
sther Keizer, she has been in Peshestin School since
he was in the third grede.V In l926 Esther was enroll
ed as a freshman of P. H. 5. '
There, that's our executive board, nice ounch
oo, and its now easy to see why we have such a fine
lass, so far as officers go, but uait till you know
the rest of the class, and then the fact will be quite
Alain. 0 .
Mildred Boyd, she of the avoirdupois type or to
e more specific, fat and fair, but believe us die
ophomores could not get along without Mildred, No
ir, we would lose too much weight in school affairs.
is young lady cams from Idaho to be enrolled as a
Fre ian in the fall of '26.
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Page 47 text:
SOPHONOFE CLLSS HISTOZY.
In the fell of 1926 twenty-freshmen entered Posh
nstin High. Never before hed there seen Q class which
could equal us in greeuoss and liveliness. Led by
Miss. Lessingg the class advisory we romped through t
yeer with Q willingness which feily dazzled the eyes
of the faculty. In the month of Mhrch, Helen Cerrike
loft us for the great city Of Nenptchec. On the lsth
of that month we gfvo her n farewell party which noul
have made even the seniors proud.
U Just beiore ju ter, Jewell Mathins loft us for
unnyslope. Miss Lossing entertained the girls at
this time and Jewell loft us no'er to return. -
Bffioers for the year wore: Jewell Watkins Pres-
ident, Lois Logue, Vice-president, Nadine Moore, Sec-
and Vernon Houghton, Treasurer.
In the fall of l927 we entered the Sophomore yoe
and there was never Q group so worldly wise. Our
original number hhd dropped to sixteen now. Gladys
Buy had left us for the ship of mstrimony and Bill
5enders had decided to explore the world. Two more
joined our ranks and took their places. These were
Louis Davis and Howard Herndon. Howard was not des+
tined to stay long and soon left us for the wilds of
Cen:-.da. u David Leti1'.1cr and Alvenzr. Specs also left thi
lessened our number
bell tehm. Louis D.
tell played Jumping
Grey played sub-gun:
In November we
en. ' - y
he most of the basket-
Nis played forwprd, Gene Bos-
James Gibbons and Janes
gave n party for the Freshmen
which was enjoyed by everyone present. In December
e sleigh riding party was held which was a grand
success. Although the mercury registered 15 below.
In January a skating party was held et Smith Lakes
although the marshmallows mysteriously disappeared
the group had u lovely time pulling teffy at the N
Beecham home. In April d Mnrshedllow roost was held
whicisurpasscd any party over held.
This concludes the history of the greatest fun
loving group that ever entered Peshestin High.
, Ez. l
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