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Feeling that you may know us better by telling something about each one I will
endeavor to satisfy your knowledge.
n The president of our class and editor of the annual should come first. Her name is
Viola Lynn, a girl who has the pep and vim to start things circulating and one who
always has her lessons.
Alma Spanjer, our vice-president, is full of life, vivacious, and liked by all who
Next is Fred johnson, our secretary, and business manager of the annual. He is
a good student and he is also very fond of girls Cespecially brunettes with curly hair
and blue eyesD.
The treasurer of the class is Adaline Miles, a little blonde whose weakness is
"Bobs." Adaline also had the leading part in the Junior Play, "Sonny-jane."
Helen Darlington, an honor roll student, is a tall, striking brunette. She is the
reason parties are a success. Why? Because of her pep.
Dorothy Werner, tall and slim with a "come hither" look in her eyes, is a star
forward on the girls' basketball team. Dimples? And how!
Elizabeth Baker, another honor roll student, is the editor of the school paper
and is a real student.
Esther Duncan is a black-haired lassie and a girl who ought to make good at
letter writing, or I should say "note "writing. just the same we couldn't do without
Esther. If you don't believe me ask Louis. .
Another girl who always has her lessons is Naoma Lynn. Naoma is treasurer of
the Student Body and Secretary of the Latin Club.
Margaret Gibbons is sweet, a good student, and a very popular girl.
Margaret Gray is a little girl with long golden tresses, and a winning smile or I
should say "giggle"
The artist of the class is Alice Beacham. Witty? I'll say.
Allison Towne, one of the Junior's three boys, seems to manage all right among
the girls. Allison is sport editor of the annual this year.
Last but not least comes Albert McDonald who entered the Junior Class at mid-
year and is doing well.
This ends the History of the Junior Class of 1930 and we hope that we will be the
best graduating class P. H. S. has ever had.
By ADALINE MILES
Crystal Gazing With the Juniors
FRED JOHNSONYSCCS himself as a bachelor, consequently the washer of dishes.
ALL1soN TOWNE'SCCS himself as a world known auctioneer.
ALBERT MCD0NALD'4SCCS himself at the age of fifty a professional heartbreaker in
VIOLA LYNN-Sees herself famous for advice to the love-lorn.
NAOMA LYNN+Views her life as that of a chorus girl.
HELEN DARL1NoToN-See sa long life with a wedding ring.
Donorm' WERNERWAt the age of fifty she sees her dimples inside out.
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Preriderzr ...,,, ...,,,,...,.,,..,............ .... X ' IOLA LYNN
Vice-Prendwzf ...,, . .ALMA SPANJER
Sefrmny .... . ,FREDJOHNSON
Trearurer .... ...... . ADALINE MILES
Adzifor. . .
To Victory through Strife
Pink and Green
IN the year 1927, nineteen little Freshies knocked at the gates of higher learning,
old P. H. S. At the present time we have fifteen in our class. Many have dropped
out or gone away. Quite a few have come in since then but those left are original
members except Alma Spanjer, who started her high school career here in her Sopho-
more year and is Secretary of the Student Body this year. Another one of our students,
Naoma Lynn, is treasurer of the Student Body and a very capable one. During our
Iunior year one of the main events was our play "Sonny-Jane," a good success.
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ADALINE MILES1SCCS herself asjanitress of a large office building in New York.
ALICE BEAcHAM-Broken hearte , becomes a Catholic nun. A
ELIZABETH BAKER-Sick at heart she decides to become a clown in Barnum and Bailey's
ALMA SPANJERYSCCS herself as a designer of gowns in Paris.
MARGARET G1ERONs-Views her life as the president and founder Of the Home for
ESTHER DUNCAN-Sees herself as a charming tap dancer in New YOrk's best known
MARGARET GRAY1SCCS herself on the arm of a charming European prince as they
ascend the throne together.
THE Junior Class presented the play "Sonny-Jane" on Thursday, December 12.
"Sonny-Jane' was a comedy "mirthquake," and was a most laughable com-
edy, and a plot that mounted to a tremendous climax were its main ingredients. The
characters were delightfully humorous. There was Charles Mitchell, energetic Larry
and peppery Sam Streck who arrived in Orchard Center with the unchivalrous purpose
of squelching Sonny Jane who objected to being squelched. There was Pansy, slowest
hired girl in the worldg Joe Martin, who didn't intend to be a yokel all his life,
Coy Lucille, blunt Peggy, troublesome Ruby, snappy Nancy Wadcg Freddie Beadle
the "shriek" Of Orchard Center, and Mrs. Spitzendorf, who had such poor luck
"mit" husbands, but was willing to take another chance on unwilling Sam.
The cast was as follows:
Peggy Foster, who ran the Foster Boarding Hoare .,.. ...... V IOLA LYNN
Pansy Prosser, .rlowert hired girl in the world ..... .... E LIZABETH BAKER
Lucille Brander, a pretty neighhor ................... .......... A LMA SPANJER
Ruby Wade, who war engaged in newrpaper work ......... ........ M AROARET G1BBONs
Nancy Wade, an unexpected oiritor .....................,........ DOROTHY WERNER
Mrs. Amelia Spitzendorf, three timer married and willin to try again ..........
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Miss PARKER Cbecause Ofgthe illness of Esther Duncany
Sonny Jane, the little min who .ftarted the war ....................... ADALINE MILES
Charles Mitchell, Enemy No. 1 .................................. ERNEST SPRINGER
Larry Randolph, Enemy No. 2 ..................................... FRED JOHNSON
Sam Streck, Enemy No. 3, on whom Mrr. .fpitqendorf had derignr ........ CARL BERGREN
Joe Martin, who arpirea' to he metropolitan .......................... ALLISON TOwNE
Freddie Beadle, the .rheik of Orchard Center ................... ..... L OU1s KIRCHNER
Advertising Manager ................... ..... N AMOA LYNN
Property Manager ..... ............... ..... L O Uls KIRCHNER
Director ........... .... M R. MCCORMICK
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