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Page 33 text:
Junior Gloss History
In the fall of 1926, twenty freshmen entered
?eshsstin High School. It was the first eless
which Wes not entirely green to enter high school
as all freshmen ere, but we out up our gieen
flag and flung it high in pleee of the 5enhomore's
donkey. Miss Lessing was our advisor, and
several Nreeln parties were given, Plthough were
In our Sophomore your our number fell from
twenty to sixteen brt we carried on just the some
we hed the honor of being the lest worldly-wise
Gloss of the school. We pliund eu important pert
in school eetivitles, and our eless was well rep-
resented on the bosketbill teen. We were for
from being o Hdeadn class that year else and we
left the old schoolhouse in May feeling we had
e very successful year end hoped for e better one
still in our Junior Yoer.
So, here we ere. And our hopes are coming
truc. Give us e good looking ever, and I'M
sure you'll agree that we'er the best eless in
seheol. Fourteen entered in the fell but
John Beecham soon left for life in the great
outdoors. We were then e luchy thirteen in
number, but during the second semester Albert
McDonald left us, He was honored with Weinie
roast thus expressing our farewell to him,
The members of our close are very worthy of
individuel mention, so I will give to you o
little of their greet imnortenee to Pr Hx Sf '
Lois Logue, whom we ell know as 'Shorty'
is the class president. It surely takes her
te keep the class meetings in order.
Next in line is Dorothy Davenport, the
HJunior Fiddlern ond we ere eroud of her.
She is our vice-president as she was lest I
year. Also we have enother Fiddler, Nodine Moore,
so you see we :re well blest. She is our
Calendar editor for the annual.
Another of the girls it Mildred Boyd
,who is lively and makes o good joke editor
for the annual. o
There is one girl left but es this io
personal and embarrassing I will leave it to
your opinion what kind of e secretory and trees-
urer she makes,--Esther Keizer.
We certainly must remember the boys so they
are the greatest in number.
Alvin Newland is o new student et P. H. S.,
end we are 'roud that he is o Junior. He certainly
proud that He is a Junior. He surely knows his
Uonionsn when it comes to being business
, Oy: ennuel editor is Ned Darlington, the boy '
of our-close who is noted for his1eretoricel voice
and his efficient w0rx." ' M- "i" i" '.
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A David Leech, who is 2 member of the
of P. K'slPreeeher's Kidsj, is the class
ist, and is 2 Worthy advertising mansger.
, One of our noted bzsketball slayers
school is Gene Boswell, and of course he
Junior. Many e time he has brought up the sdore
for P. H. S. He is also Sales Manager this year.
Q Another basketball player is James
fthe hasty-go-lucky of the class. He is
A tor in kee in' the bell f rolling
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l James Gray, also, plays besketbzll
widely known for his debating ability :nd bravery.
He is ntheu model boy of the Junior Class.
We certainly must not forget Fulton Moody
becsuse we could not get along without him. He's
another basketball letter men, and is our Sports
each one in our class, but that
any means and we, the Junior Cless, wish everyone
happiness and that you will not
we will be beck again next yetr
If it were not for you we might
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to be royal Seniors.
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bur Senior Year.
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