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

 - Class of 1928

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no LOMGAV gp p if I, FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY After reading the Sopnmore History I feel that hey are not justified in acknowledging their class s the best in the school because everyone knows the reshman Class beats them all by a long shot. However s far as that goes, we aren't a Wdull greenn. KGreen ut brilliantj. I shall now give the history of our class individually. y First on the list is our highly honored and re- pected president, Fred Johnson. Now of course Fred . 's a wonderful English student but we rather think he refers "phrases" to "clauses"KclawsJ. Next on the line is our Vic-President, Elizabeth Esker, a quiet little lass, to be sure, but then--you van never tell. We couldn't get along without hor. And then of course there's our Secretary Virgina Ehrgeson. The youngest in our class and the most pop- lar, I do believe! Not only as a secretary to our wonderful president but with other folks, too. You mmy'guess the rest. ' Well, we couldn't leave out our treasurer, Jesse ILand. He surely can UlandY too, but then he kee's the r nickles and dimes in place. ' The last.on our list of officers, is Class Hep- resentative, Ernest Springer, Skinny? Trueg but thou we need somebody in our class who can keep it well in' balance. Well, we have now introduced our class officers. Don't you think they are the best executives of any P. H. S. class? We do! ' Next on our superior list is NSweet Ada1ineN-- Hles. She makes some of them step a few miles, tool But then, Ada1ine's always there with some valuable suggestion., ' We can't leave Margaret Gray out because even though she is WSmallW and uFair0 and WLightnof hair she might be very indignant at us for leaving her and her superior ability out of our distinquished list. ' And'then, there's'Marshall Gorman. HeFs WMartia uso etimes, too, but then our class can't always k p good tempers for a stand by. thx ht We musn't forget Francis Doggett. Franoi M ,A .s ,. r af, f ' -A fs A ' A: W H rf -W,

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Z K V i W-nl'r"OA iA fb nf A A Q- 1-, i W YT FRESHHEN CLASS HISTORY ' 1 KCONTD like others, is fond of conversation but then-H-Tho? .isn't? We'd hate to have anyone in our class who ist ' Of course Naoma Lynn has her ups and downs but' Naoma knows her duty and does it, too. James West certainly can't be left out. When we want any valuable suggestions on Hhow To Run A Fresh- man Classu we lose no time but travel straight to Jon and he scratches every little cell in his brain to rake up a few ideas. He gets some good ones too. Next comes Margaret Gibbons more commonly known as Maggie. She may be a maggie at that, but then, Hwhat Does lt Mattern? She's all right. ' -We couldn't iorget Ruth Heister if we tried bud anyway we aren't going to tryg because as I said be4 fore, Uwe oouldn't if we wanted to.n Ruth is a valn able member of our class and nWe'reu proud to have a member so sincerely helpiul.at all times. 3 Helen Doggett isn't to be forgotten either. Also she doesn't like to be treated as some dogs are treak ed, so therefore no one tries to take advantage of Q her, Those who do, don't get away with it either. i we haven't a doubt that Alli ' ably be governor some tor now, but we will bo sort of in our class to Car1.Bergro don't proud be gfu n is a day for he care. Come of it beca Ext. . member of son lowne will pro - is such a great or, to think of it, we' use we want sornebodyl 6. the Fresh Class tod, but there isn't much of him. However, quality oomcst done up in small bundles. ', ' Dorothy Werner is not to be forgotten, bccaused- ohi those dimples and smiles. New mind you, we didn4t say Wiener lln short wioniol but it's just right down ' Y plain Werner. Dorothy s a good student too. ' Say, that reminds mel Did I leave violin out, i Viola Lynn? I believe I did but here goes! She can , surely play the vislin toot Queer, sho plays her own name, isnt it? I Well of course, after telling something about Q each member of the Freshman Class, it Wouldn't be I right to leave out Esther Duncan. Surely you romcmb r f,.. 1 A l-'Ivy-v--v-----..9.-,---....-....... .. ..-..-..-.-..-.- . .....-...-........ I 3.

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