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ALLISON TOWNE ..... ......
FRED JOHNSON .....
ROY CEDARQUIST ...,.
LoUIs KIRCHNER ,...
NED DARLINGTON. . .
JAMES GRAY ......
HENRY KUCH .,..
BOE SPRINGER .....
JAMES GIBBONS .....,
RAYMOND DUNCAN ....,
HOWARD SNOW ,..,..
JACK BURRIS .,.....
CLIFFORD LYMAN ....
CARL BERGREN ...,..
ALBERT MCDONALD. .
CHUCK DEMPsEY .....
RUSSELL AND ALBERT
GENE BOSWELL ......
BRUCE TOWNE .......
ANDY HAUSWIRTH .....
QUINCY CARROLL ....
CLYDE GORMAN. . . . .
Bon PENDLETON .......
LUCILLE VAN KIRK. .
ADALINE MILES .....
MARY PETERS .......
Loxs LOGUE ...........
DOROTHY DAVENPORT ....
EsTI-IER KEIZER ......
ANNABELLE ZIGLER ....
ALMA SPANJER ......
MARGARET GRAY ....
RUTH COPPOCK .....
HARRIET LINK ....
JEAN NEWELL ,......
DOROTHY WERNER .,..
VIOLA FRASE ........
N OAMA LYNN .....
' I X' A FAA 4
Where to Find Them
. .At Miles' store buying bars and gum Qfor whomj?
Taking Dot to the Fos Liberty
. . . . .Walking with Esther
. . . . ,Escorting Elizabeth Baker
. . . , . . . .Doing nothing
. . . .Just breezin' along
. . . . . . . .Driving the Buick
. . . . .Doing his "durndest"
Calling on the Mayor
Playing Mumble Peg
. . . . .Attracting Alice Beacham's attention
. . . . . .Pretending
. . . . . .Most anywhere
. . . . .Making posters
. . . . .Telling Mac's jokes
. . . . . . .Quarreling with Rose
he's Mr. Ticknor
. . .Keeping order in class meetings
a Chevie roadster
. . . . .Talking to Bob Burris
. . . . . .YOu'd be surprised
. . . . .Apple Blossom Festival
. .. ...Post Office
. . . . .Doing a Physics experiment
. . . . .Arriving with
. . 1 legiiigg Iifggigg
.Being a nice girl
a second to spare
Giving a reading
. .Here and there
. . . .Walking fas'
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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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Miss RETUE: "Robert, what is a chaplet?"
Bon: "Is it a small church?"
Miss RETTIEZ "No, it is a headband. Now, Henry, what is a hamlet?"
HENRY: "It's a small ham."
Mn. GRAY: "I hear you are always at the bottom of the class. Can't you get
James: "No, all the others are taken."
When Fred Johnson was a little boy
He Wouldn't go to school,
And so his father worked on him
With a great, big, hickory rule.
Roy: "Would you marr an idiot for the sake of his money?"
IDA! "Oh, this is so sudden!"
O, Louis is so lonesome
He can't tell what to do,
For Esther dear has left him.
Wouldn't you be lonesome too?
NEWCOMER: "Are mosquitoes bad around here?"
HOWARD SNOW: "Well, I never saw any good mosquitoes, did you?"
Esther Keizer, never nicer,
Wandered far from home.
Her mother found her, and crowned her
And that's the end of our po'm.
N AOMA: "Why does a woman close her eyes when kissed?"
ADALINE: "It's so she can indulge a brief illusion that HE is
Bob Pendleton is a boy we hate,
He never asks us for a date,
But goes a-wooing far from here
Where Cascade mountains hover near.
When Dorothy Davenport was a little girl, one day she came
Her mother asked her what was the matter and she said:
"I'm mad at Ned. I don't like the way he plays."
"Why, what did he do?" said her mother.
"He kicked me in the stomach when I had my back turned,"
a handsome man.'
in the house crying
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