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Page 39 text:
3 Freshmen and confusion everywhere.
10 Mac returns to school. CMay his troubles all be little onesj
12 Student body elects officers.
Mr. Ticknor scratches his head over Geometry pupils.
Many weary hours are spent in learning the A, B, C's Con the Underwriterj.
30 Adaline's weakness arrives in town.
Peshastin Parrot is ublished.
Apple harvest in full swing. QMany boys absentj
Snubbers pouring over his History book.
9-10-11 Teachers' Institute.
20 Freshman-Sophomore Mixer, a good time had by all.
31 Halloween ! !Spooks !
Big party at M. W. A. Hall CGene was doing his bcstj.
Silas Marmer play given by the English II Class. The excitement was too great
for Mr. Ticknor when his seat slipped.
10 junior play practice starts.
11 Armistice Day Program. Everybody feels patriotic.
21 Somebody's birthday, guess who?
24 Boy's basketball begins Cmany hours are put in practicingl
29 Thanksgiving Cjiggs eats too many cranberriesj.
1 Brooks starts to school.
12 junior play "Sonny-Jane" given.
13 Juniors enjoy coasting party and "The Virginian" afterwards.
21 Hurrah for our side, petition was a success. Eight days for our Christmas vaca-
2 New Year is welcomed in. Back to school again.
3 Pie Sale! Everybody hungry.
4 Somebody is happy. CRalph arrives homeD.
5 Fred Johnson is relieved of his meanness.
9 Examinations are on their way. Gosh!
10 Snow, snow everywhere. Peshastin plays Cashmere in basketball game.
22 Chuck Dempsey gets the spats for ------- ?
23 Peshastin rades play Cashmere.
28 Margaret gray takes a flying leap down front stairs, and loses her heel. Cor was
it her soul?j
30 Is it cold? You tell 'em.
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LULA WAC-GONER .... ........ .............
ALMA SPANJER .......
DOROTHY WERNER ..,,.
NINA COFFIN ......
RosE HERMAN ,....
NAOMA LYNN ...... . . ........
CLARA WILLGING .,.... ........ S ide Center
HELEN DARLINGTON ,..................... .............. J umping Center
Q EIRLS' basketball was not organized this year until rather late in the season
therefore, no games were played in the regular schedule. But the girls practiced
regularly and played the following games:
Peshastin 16 Sunnyslope 30
Peshastin 15 Dryden 25
Peshastin 17 Dryden 16
Girls who turned out for basketball were: Naoma Lynn, Dorothy Werner, Helen
Darlington, Alma Spanjer, Clara Willging, Nina Coffin, Rose Herman, Ethel Bersing
Helen Link, Lula Wagner, Georgia Howden, and Harriet Link.
Although few games were played, everyone enjoyed them, and clean Sportsman
ship was shown on both sides.
fs Girls' basketball had no coach this year, but the girls wish to express their appre
.9 '41 ciation to Miss Parker for her help during basketball season.
"QA Page Thinyftwo
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Carl Bergren arrives home at an early hour of the morning after making the
statement of having taken his woman home.
junior play cast has "Bunco Party."
Lucille wears a new dress to school.
Dorothy Fuller plays a solo and accompanies high school orchestra on piano
in their first public appearance.
High school party. And how!
Peshastin girls play Dryden and win. Rah, Rah, Rah! !
Juniors lose their much prized pictures Cwhat a pest the Seniors arew.
Dot discovers a new prey. CPoor boy.D
Mrs. Warman leaves us.
Miss Parker causes man to lose his balance-and falls through window. CWhat
Our new teacher, Miss Rettie, arrives.
Our first really warm day. We really believe that spring is sprung.
Our first parliamentary drill.
Mr. Eminger comes to school on crutches. We wonder?
Public speaking class gives program.
Baseball practice in full swing.
Margaret Gibbons is chosen by an unanimous vote for Princess Peshastin.
Miss Anderson's eighth graders give "The Little Heroine of the Revolution"
before the assembly.
Ticknor has two black eyes. What next?
Who didn't get fooled?
Is it real this time? CLois's diamondj
Seniors give us a teaser of "The Deacon Slips."
Senior Class play. Ned shows us what a passionate lover he can do.
Peshastin plays Leavenworth. Score is 6-2 in our favor.
Three sophisticated Seniors visit English III class.
Junior-Senior Banquet at Cascadian. Fred takes mysterious lady home. Earrings?
Yes. Who can she be?
Senior Sneak Day.
1:00 o'clock Juniors follow.
Sophs and Freshies hear their sentence for trying to copy sophisticated juniors
Peshastin plays Cashmere at Cashmere.
School picnic! Who knows?
No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers' sassy looks!
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