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

 - Class of 1930

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35 , FACULTY MR. E. F. EMINGER, Principal Graduated from Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, in 1906, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He has been our able and respected chief for four years. He also teaches us the reason why freshmen plus sophomores do not equal juniors plus seniors, and other important equations CAlgebraD, as well as coaching a very successful debate team. MR. PAUL MCCORMICK Graduated from the College of Idaho in 1926 with a degree of Bachelor of Science. Mr. McCormick teaches us the difference between an atom and a molecule and all other important facts which each budding young scientist should know CBiology, General Science, Physicsj He also instructs us in what men of all the ages past have done QWorld HistoryD, and what the men of the future should do CVocationsD, with now and then a little training in business procedure CBusiness LawD. Mr. McCormick has been with us four years and we all appreciate his ability as a teacher, but this year we also learned to appreciate his ability as a director of plays and as a woman impersonator. MRS. ALDEN WARMAN Graduated from Whitman College in 1928 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She was known to us last year and Part of this year as Miss Lucille Durman. She taught us to say "isn't" instead of "ain't" CEnglishD and all the technical declensions and vocabularies of the Latin language until she left us in February. MISS MARY ELIZABETH RETTIE Graduated from Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, in 1928 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She has been with us only since the departure of Mrs. Warman, but she is carrying on the good work for the abolishment of "ain't" and the establish- ment of Latin in a most admirable Way. MR. WINTON TICKNOR Graduated from Whitman College in 1929 with a degree of Bachelor of Science. Mr. Ticknor is the teacher who makes constructive workers out of playful freshman boys and shows them how to "fix" everything from a broken door to a leg-less table CManual Trainingb. Besides this, he is largely responsible for the reasoning ability of our student body CGeometryD, as well as serving as an authority on governmental problems and rule CU. S. History and Civicsl. In his spare CPD time Mr. Ticknor is our able athletic coach. MISS HELEN PARKER Graduated from Oregon State College in 1928 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Whenever the smell of burning cookies reaches us, she gets the blame CHome Eco- nomicsl She teaches some of us to chew gum and erase as all good stenogra hers do CTyping, ShorthandD, as well as making long-winded "speelers" out of a perfectly good senior class CPublic Speakingl Miss Parker is also advisor for the newspaper and the annual. Page Seven v

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I Ig ffl, 514-5? Page Eight K 1:2 X xy QSUCCESSQ In life we paint a picture, The colors We blend with our hands. In acts and deeds we make it A thing which falls or stands. All people are not gifted artists, But if to themselves they are fair, The picture will be successful, A result which is well worth the care. But if the artist is careless And his colors too bright, or too pale And if himself only is emphasized, The picture resulting will fail. The picture I'm speaking of is Success The canvas the artist's life, The colors are love, Work, helpfulness And the will to Win, through strife. JAMES GRAY 9

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