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

 - Class of 1932

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'gi 1 s ,:! "5':5, from The Freshman class of P. H. S. in 1928 numbered thirteen. These were Roy Cedarquist, Hilary Naegelen, Carl Bergren, Louis Kirchner, James West, Oscar Miller, Fred Lbefflebein, Robert Pendleton, Henry Kuch, Alice Moore, Lucille Van Kirk, Annabelle .Ziglar and Dorothey Fuller. Thirteen was our lucky number and black cats our emblem. Our number Nl3' diminished during the summer and when we entered as Sophomores, Oscar Miller, Fred Lbefflebein, James West, Hilary Naegelen, and Alice Moore left us but Mary Peters joined our ranksg we now numbered tho grand total of nine. When school opened in the fall of our Junior year, we enrolled as ten. Paul Hepler, Esther Pragueshat, and Ernest Springer enlisted in the Junior Army for Education and we lost Henry Kuch and Mary Peters. In our Senior year we were nine in number the first semester, but Helen Darlington and Dorothy Werner joined our ranks in the second semester, with the Grace of the Supreme Being, we all will graduate. Though the members of the Senior Class of '52 have always been active in athletics and music, they have maintained a high standard of scholarship. We have been represented in every major activity through-out our four years of High School. Now for the individual introductions: Roy Cedarquist has a weakness for blondes and Chevrolets. Annabelle Zigler knows how to roll those big gray eyes at - big he-men. She also knows how to warble those high notes. , Carl Bergren prefers 'dark-horsesn and dark-haired girls. Robert Pendleton is noted for keeping books and breaking Leap Year dates. Lucille Van Kirk's life centers around B's ani Bakery Wagons, Dorothey Fuller's tendencies are for boy-friends and rings. Ernest Springer likes Model WA' Fords and leading parts in plays. Dorotly Werner is fond of studying and being silent. Paul Hepler thinks that one should fall in love with nurses and keep smiling. -thirteen-

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LOUIS KIRCHNER "He lalcelh a deliqhl in musical inslrumenls-and girls!" Class Plays 3-4, Orclweslra 4, Glee Club 4, Concerl 4, Ouarfel 3-4. ROBERT PENDLETON "Res'r nol! Life is sweeping by, Go and dare before you die," Class Pres. 2, Class Plays 3-4, Bus. Mgr. Ass. Sfudenfs 4, Treas. 4, G-lee Club 4, Concerl 4, Finance Com. 4, "The Valianln 3, "The Invisible" 4. ERNEST SPRINGER "He doesn'+ make a Iof of noise-Ha! ha! Bu? we know he thinks he is one of our fines? boys." "Valedic+orian," Baslcefball I-2-3-4, Class Plays 2-3-4, Ex. Corn. I-2-4. Pres. Ass. Sfudenls 4, Bus. Mgr. Lo- moa 4, Vice Pres. Class 4. Chair- man Finance Com. 4, Concerl 4, Glee Club 4, Quarfef 3-4, Hi-Log 4. LUCILLE VAN KIRK "Here she comes wilh a smile and song, She's fhal way The whole day long." Hi-Log Edifor 4, Assl. Edifor Lomoa 4, Sec. Ass. Sfuclenls 4, Finance Com. 4, Pres. Girls' Club 4, Sec.-Treas. Class 4, Glee Club 4, Concerf 4, Class Plays 3-4. DOROTHY WERNER "Whal shall I do les? I a life in silence pass?" Baslcelball 2-3, Class Plays 3-4, Hi- Loq 4, Concerl 4. Glee Club 4. ANNABELLE ZIOLER "The Conccrf Soprano wha divides her 'lime belween Ave Marias and Heraldsf' Class Treas. 2, Class Pres. 3, "Mid- dle Maids" 3, Glee Club 3-4, Con- :erl 4, Class Play 4, Hi-Log 2-3-4, Lo- moa Slaff 4, Ex. Com. 3.



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1 will 1 x .1",, Helcn Darlington really qc ' s vio Sigh: and Freshmen. Louis Kirchner has a weakness for brunettes ---- and blondes. By Louis Kirchner. SENIOR QUARTET ' Early in the spring of 1951, Roy Cedarquist spoke to Mr. Win- ton A. Ticknor, our class adviser, concerning the possibilities of a .Timior Class Quartet. Mr. Tioknor had each of the boys that were interested learn a song for a tryout. The following boys appeared for a tryout: Carl Bergren, Roy Cedarquist, Louis Kirchner, Robert Pendleton, Paul Hepler, and Ernest Springer. From those the members of the present quartet were chosen: Ernest Springer, first tenorg Paul Hepler, second tenorg Carl Bergren, baritone, and Roy Cedarquist, bassg with Annabelle Ziglar acting as accompanist and Mr. Ticknor as instructor. The first song the quartet learned was "The Bull-frog", and after a good many trials, a little harmony was produced. After this song was learned, Mr. Ticknor had to give strict orders to keep the newly organized group from singing "new-born" everywhere. The quartet made its first appearance at the Junior-Senior Ban- quetg after which it sang many time at P. T. A. Louis Kirchner then replaced Annabelle Ziglar at the piano. A name, "The Humbugs", was chosen, mt did not enjoy much pop- ularity. At the close of school Mr. Ticlcnor left and the boys asked Mr. Take French to instruct them. They learned very much and the de- mand for the quartet became stronger. In .T anuary the boys again lost their instructor. This time, they asked Mr. Paul McCormick to help them. With Mr. McCormick's help, the "Humbugs" found a place in public meetings as well as on radio broadcasts. Now with the year nearing the end, the boys regret very nych"tM -- they will have to part and leave the most interesting ta they hav ever taken up as extra-cur- ricul r work Q W I. U., A 8 . ir N ,, jg. 2N"X,,-, X "' Yllsgfp Xjgest Springer. 5 M, ., f X 3 -.. ' fl ,U 'S C fi 7 ' .--- f' Lv J 41 X. X ,nj -fourteen- 5 fe W NTIS

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