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

 - Class of 1929

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student type of our body. He is taking part on the debate team this year. Estelle SmithQ dainty, demure and sweet has finished her twelfth year in this school. Talented in acting as well as drawing, she has made a neat figure in school activities. Estelle is also one of our best students. Thelma Bergren has truly earned a high school diploma. Always among the best as a student and in outside activities as well, she has earned her re- putation of succeeding in whatever she tries. De- bate, plays, annual, and especially spelling--in all of these she has left her record. Now that this epistle is ended, we hope you have not become gray reading it. We hope that your opinions have been in favor of us and also wish to remind you that although none of us have been per- fect we have reached this noble stage as high school graduates. We hope that our next history will be brought to you through some COllc5c2 annual., Bon Voyage! V --u--q--gp- -p J ,. 1 i 4. .'.. 'v I 1 h w v 1 f' ' M1151--,,.1'lm A it f ,lm yfff an JL' f T I-1' X X xg. I1 ,I km M-I Ah N. 1. I . . -' v I at ' f F y ,wmv jg ,fix f-1 I ff, -if Nfl 5' ! 1 ! Wf!ii Z' ,.. fr Q. ! : .l' i K if ,f A31 J ' 1 'ig 4 I r -. l l x j W ' fi-Thy YQ: I I :ff N Rial 'Af L.-11 . 1 X, .H i4f"Cqx"N:'N .5 1 '-Nl L... Q H, x '1 " 'wi' ' i X 7' QL..,..., iv' N 1... J L -QLQ Mff'mi 1. I A In .1 "',,':I' , .1 Q , 11 Q .41""'3fa X1 Q :aw N. 2 .i ww I 9-'u - , ,. ' VFTTH1 F-' 'J 'P 'fr :v xii.. f i I 39 t,WN ix vL17 5 ,fu xy! 5 gf' RFE H ' 1 V 1' f - ag 4 . IX 1g 1 fi 1' I 1 , . ,, . , 2 U5 sfff 1 951' f- if-.1 X . 1 veal 1- 1 -" . lf f' Fr f Eff E I' ' T V1 Q ge jf? it 2 is ' ,W if i 4' il 3 . 'S-. 5 li li ' --V by f xi' ia' va? ' 3. ' L iff 'iii EJ 'J 3, ---' Jw., I 5,4 A ' by- ' 1. jx v iff 'i l' 5' Q? 11 ffl ,r-fix!" Yi jug ii u' I, in ., 'Q 1 1' -ff fe" 0 I 5 ., I



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Article 5 Section 5 I, Thelma Bergren will my ability to io bookeeping to Viola lynn, my brother to Alice Moore my attitude of ccncentration to Louis Kirchner and my debating ability to Mergret Gibbons, l Zegve my erhelestic stnrding to James Gibbons. Section 4 I, Orin Miles will my ability to shoot baskets to Errest Springer, my horse laugh to Mildred Boyd, and all the gum.that can be found under the desks to Lrg fnute. I leave, es I severnl times have left, the stvey hall. Section 5 T, Estelle Smith, bequeath ny artistic ability to James tray, my flowing lacks to Naomi Lynn and my good looks to Nadine Iurmun. Section 6 I, Joe Keizer leave my genius for flirting with the girls te Albert McDonald, my ability to get up and talk and not say anything to Iorothy Iavenportq I would like.Llice Beechmen to occugy my seat, cherish and care for it the coming year. - Section 7 , I, Gertrude Aller leave my worn out compact to Nadine Moore--I lost itg my loud and boisterous nature to Helen Darlington, my curly heir to Adeline Miles and Q my snile-te,Gene Boswell, ' Section 8 I, Vere Bersing leave my peroxide to Lucille Vankirk, my ability to play the ,iano to Fred Loeffclbene, my ability to shoot, baskets to nlne Spenger and my scholastic standing to Fulton hoody, t' Article 4 Section l ' Finally, our minds being very clear at this last moment, we extend to hiss Durmen our hearty thanks and appreciation for her services as our class advisor. Also to hiss Parker we leave our book, UEnglish as We Speak It,U to be taught next year. We leave our Spanish I vocabulary to lr. Mc Cormick, our knowlege to lr. bninger and our conduct to Mr. Chute.' In Witness to the above legal document and pro- perties willed there in we herunto subscribe our hand and seal this day of May, year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and 29. A Signed Class of'29 by Vera Bersing 5 2 G I KNXX QCQf1QN MQ fill if i'ti WA xx 'Q 'xl ,If H K "N ,. J .,.,"A v ff' w I X ,f I' fs J ., 1 lilfxfxxflt J I 5 .1 J' ' , F, A A f . A., ff, 4 tl ' I u 7" 1 Q l 5 j? 'a lf i L 'Q V38 If, 5, ll 'H M'-LX , I Q.-Y' Nj. , ' , 'Q - V . I . Q feel. NF. ,,.- If ' ' W I 'n l X 1' N i P xx li 2 Li- -is 'I ,ig ,. 5' Ng em gy Y, gf l ..:3"'7f A :Tm 5- F r ,T 1 ' 1' ' 3. 1 5 In :Q I, ., A H , 1 'XX I 2 1 5 . . a,, . ,-. .' 1 5 n . i flyj ,wwe . 1 iii. "3 u : g, , rt --Q t 2' I 3 h. . ,f T' :Q :K if !4"it If? .A 2 f,,.A ? tg If 59 f I ' ' ' , N, , I If J if A it I if-fp it '1 I , , ,. , . 4 5 n .- D X .L E .. ..'. ., N, ,,, 1" " "N L .jf x ', n I. .lf 1 ,- x v . s

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