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

 - Class of 1930

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af 56:2 K. - 'WE'-'L K ff - XYQ-WX KSOPHOMORESQ Prefident .....,,.....,.........,....,,...,....,,.... ROBERT PENDLETON Vice-Prefident .... .,.., L ours KIRCHNER Secretary ..,.... ...... D OROTHY FULLER Treafurer ..... .... A NNABELLE ZIGLER Adviror .....,..,,,............,......,.....,.,,,,.,..,.,. MR. TICKNOR STATION S-O-P-H-O-M-O-R-E BROADCASTING THE Sophomore Class l-listory IN the year 1929, twelve green little Freshmen were duly initiated into the Grand Order known as P. H. S. We admit that at first we were green, as green as any other Freshman class before us, but after our initiation we saw what was expected of us and soon adapted ourselves to the ways of P. H. S. Yes, rumors came to us last year that we were an untamed class, but what Fresh- man class isn't untamed? Anyway, we are Sophomores now, only our number has been lessened to nine. A new teacher entered our realms last fall. He needs no introduction now, as we all know him, and l'm quite sure you do too. QDoesn't he take vocal lessons?j Well, we captured him, Mr. Ticknor, as our class advisor. You will read in the Society column of the good times he has shown us, besides cracking jokes in Geometry class. Page linghrccvv

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Rx 1 D X. 'C 1 Y 4, ap fr Yrlijy 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 Circus. ALMA SPANJERYSCCS herself as a designer of gowns in Paris. MARGARET G1ERONs-Views her life as the president and founder Of the Home for Homeless Mice. ESTHER DUNCAN-Sees herself as a charming tap dancer in New YOrk's best known theaters. MARGARET GRAY1SCCS herself on the arm of a charming European prince as they ascend the throne together. Junior play 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 Page Scvenle



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1 uv' 'L' I lr A9261 1' Our class advisor has been introduced to you, now I will introduce the members of our class individually. First there is Robert Pendleton. Short? Yes, but that doesn't keep him from being our most worthy president. Geometry seems to be Bob's specialty. Next comes Louis Kirchner. jazzy? Yes, on the piano. Louis is Vice-President. Then there is our Secretary, Dorothy Fuller, but don't call her Dorothy. She is more commonly known as just Dot. She's right there when it comes to taking the minutes. "Did you bring your dime?" Now that sounds like Annabelle Zigler, and it is. Annabelle adores being treasurer so she can "gather up the monies." This concludes the oflicers. Don't you think we have a line Executive Committee? We do. But it takes more than ofhcers to make up a class. On my list I find Lucille Van Kirk, Mary Peters, Roy Cedarquist, Carl Bergren, and Henry Kuch. Lucille is our demure brunette. She's very popular too, and witty? Oh My! We're surely proud that Lucille is in our class. Another girl we are proud of is Mary Peters. She's exceptionally quiet, but Mary is full of fun when you get to know her. Roy is our boy blonde, the biggest tease in High School. If you don't believe me just ask Ida. Roy is fond of changing his name, "just for fun." He changed his name to "Jimmy" In English II. Now Carl Bergren is another boy who is fond of changing his name. Hello "Johnny" sounds all right for a change, doesn't it? Last, but not least, is Henry Kuch. His name should have been "Cowboy." He is simply brimming over with cowboy stories, even uses them in his English themes. Never mind, Henry, we's hate to think of doing without you. Now, don't you agree with me when I say that this is a class to be proud of? Great things are in store for us. Watch the way we will overcome the obstacles. Next year there will be broadcast another program of interesting history over Station J-U-N-I-O-R. I thank you, ANNABELLE ZIGLER. Page Ninetu gg -459671 . -,...f,:-.f-f

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