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

 - Class of 1929

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A senior Visits 3. E. E. in l950, as I agproacned tne tomerinb building of steel situated on tne banks of the 'enatclee River, I mai- velled hor tines sad changed. My pilot made ready for landind, on tne landing field near by, nssistini me out of the glans, ne informed me tnet ne would return that afternoon, fne was going te Sen Francisco that morning! .. I nestily walked over tne green turf toverd tie tell buildinb, vnicn had tne place of old T. H 3, in l,d9. Was it tne sane? Vmuld I find Lrg mminger at tne dead of tnis institution, yet? I Monderedo I opened tne large front door andy walking tlrJu5L tne mall, I started to ascend tae stairs, but to ny surprise I did not save to Valk ane step, for tae escalator took me ug to the fiftn fleer vitnout one but of energy vasted on my parta I stegped in tne office of tue principal of tge sign scpool. A irayegaired old msn was sitting at tLe desk filing papers, I introduced FQ3ElfD E ..,. en.tne old men raised nis dead andlry second surgrise was to behold Tr. Aninger of course de was bled to see one of the old alumnae of the Ligl school and I was glad to see iii. ne inquired gbout my Welfare and I assured him tLat leading a single life Led been a gleasure to me. I had done vell after leavin, tae secret Walls of old ' ,, 3. but nad lost account of my scnoolmates rno nad left Witl me, Mrs Eminger tnen turned to the micropnone and broadcasted nis announcements by radiofto tne assenbly of students in the main nallu Me'told me t.at nie office was so well equiged witn modern inventions tnet ne sc-rcely nad to Walk in order to iaie orders ful-filled and obeyed. nie electric OI' wniggind machine especially aided mi-tne'said. Of course, we Walled iith a cane becadse tae muscles of is less veie not in use enou5h ti enable gin tm Walk 'ell vitnout nie canes - ' ' ' after my lengthy talk, I rose to bo, but in bUStlEQ a gartically bray-naired nan nearing specte acles over gis nose, Te my amanement it Wes grofess .cCormick, ne was in a hurry so my talk Pitt Lin vas not as lona as I nad nisned. ne said ne tnouoht JG wld discovered perpetual motion and as he had been Workin5 on tnat since I was in his pnysics class, of course I couldn't delay dim. f'N'l DPYN-Qiwl in x,3,,f I I W ,Y yi if I C--7 qi' N! Q--"if 4' v -xfw N fi.. ,rid I 1 , , 8 ,L -ft f 1 I I iKj,y '-iff? xl .gf If '3'fZ"Xy'M 5 T I ,,..i1-LIN., I iyxp L'-ST I I yi ,M-,'-ll f4,T-'L:9 W iffgsl W! Lim I Il 1 I rv 2 ., I I t 5 Wi: t vii xr y ' 'Mi I A 1 J I Ulf ff 1 f It fb' ..f'ff' !

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Sonnet on Spring When spring enters in, with flowers bright? We file ewev ell thought of chill end cold, We store eweq the relies of winter'S reign eo told And open the windows to admit the eir so fresh ond light. ' Fragrance of daffodils and tuliue Steele in.at night, The odor of nose end lilies, in their youth, The Smell of newly gloved fielde, ell, in truthv Ceress the nostrils, the mind and the eight. Birds sing happily: NQio nesting tiue,H The brook giilg bubbles WOomefU The flowers with starry feces call, 'A' e NWO bluoh unseen, unnoticed oxoeot in uoet'e rhyme, 1 We blow and bond in ecstasy, but with voioee dumb, Before autumn we lie dead, Live now, for Spring . - moans love, love is nllJQ Constance McDonald The Motor Cycle.Chum Ae I was welkinf down the road C . I met Bob Herve, puffed up like e toad, He says to ue, W3y Geei 1U'me'e going to get e motor bike for ne.H She says to me, HYou'll find it on the Christmas tree.U Finally the time came 'round When the Snow was on the ground, Bob went out to take e spin, And the vorg first time fcll.on his chin. Bob got up, and as you know, ' Began to curse the slipocry snow. He rode around for about an hour, to test he said, UThe hill climbin' power. He rode down hill at e pretty good rite, said he, UIt's the fastest bile in the btete By GceJ Eighth Grade i Bob Springer. ,fp I ',f if, lil! K.. io! E 1' W-133 a tl , 6 it fi '!ff'f:'7 " fir, it? 5 v -e VN fil- 2 G Xggff tw! pier -if Q, lt 1. kt gif'-j'f"'x 1 t , fx. :Xf if fX U ff tb -X hifxf 'z I ix 'X QQQF? 'Q I fm fo! if



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