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Page 18 text:
Top Row: Rose l-leerrnan, Charles Balmer, Elwood Cox, Harold Wagoner,
Charles Springer, Diclc Fisher.
Second Row: Marie Duncan, Dick Darlingfon, Elhel Bersinq, Charles Dempsey.
Alfa Niclceson, Charles Ogden, John l-lauicl, Melba Prarl, Jack Burris,
Andrew l-lauswirfh, Roberr Springer, Louis Wagoner, Raychel Fisher.
Firsl Row: May Pendlelon, Marie Klovdahl, Virqinia Paul, Claire Willqinq,
Dorofhy Sauer, Adviser-Mary Rellie, Helen Duncan, Kalhleen Wilson,
Iris Carranach, Annabelle Hazen.
Top Row: Glenn Logue, Gerald Van Kirlc, Edward Boro, Edward McGinnis,
Raymond Schillerell, Roberl Lynn, Waller l-loplcins, Irvin l-laull.
Firsl Row: Roberf Worqurn, Carol Borg, Chesler Worourn, Anna Sleinbach,
Mr. Nye, Edirh Ferrel, l-luqo Werner, Lula Wagoner, Harold Werner,
Helen Link, lMil1on Kirby, absenf memberl
Page 17 text:
Top Row: Clyde Gorman, Quincy Carrell, Henry Kuch, Bruce Towne.
FirsT Row: Jeanne Newell, Viola Frase, Adviser-EsTher Ann ReisTer.
Rufh Coppock. Ida Ferrel.
LEVEN painTed Indian braves danced a slow weaving cadence
abouT The flickering Tire, while oTT To one side, in The shadow of a
Teepee, seven brighTly dressed Indian maidens clapped a slow rhyfhm
Tor The dancers. The melancholy hooT of The owl and The sleepy
TwiTTering oT The birds added accompaniment The maidens sTarTed
a chanT which The braves Took up. FasTer and TasTer grew The gyra-
Tions of The painTed redskins. One hour-Two hours passed. One
by one. The braves dropped out unable To keep up The Terrific pace:
The maidens Too, ceased Their clapping.
Morning came. There were sTill abouT Twelve maidens and braves
leTT. NighTTall came wiTh The remaining Indians sTill parTicipaTing in
And so iT wenT on-day and nighT-wiTh only sTops Tor necessary
Tood and a Tew winks of sleep. How long will This mad whirl lasT?
Four maidens and Tour braves are leTT. Will They lasT Through
one more year? JusT ask any Junior.
Page 19 text:
mu l :Z amora
Our Junior Class is noted for its excellencej no! not just
in the small circle of the school, but in the large too. Th re-
fore, if you think that we should have a long, flowery introducti H
ion, we will let you make it to suit your own individual taste.
Now we will tell you of the members of our famous class.
Ida Ferrel is one of our noted Juniors. She is full of new
ideas a d has a good spirit. She takes a great interest in trees,
especially Cedars. Ida started her high school career here at
Ruth Coppock is the one that keeps the class supplied with
smiles. No matter how crabby the rest of us are or how dreary the
day, she smiles on. Ruth also started the Hi-Road here at Peshastin
Jeanne Newell is a cute 'black-headn. Jeanne went to the Wen-
atchee High School when she was a Sophomore hmm returned to Peshas-
tin after a year's absence. We certainly are tickled to have her
Viola Frase is the Junior Amazon. She is seen, but seldom
heard. Viola also started her Hi course here and is one of the four
girls left from the many who started as 1929 model Frosh.
Quincy Carrell is the Junior Class presiient and brain factory.
Editor of thisg playwright of that, wisdom is shown all over his
face. He started the long grind in Peshastin from the very first
grade. Indeed a Native Son.
Clyde Gorman is t e class joke king. Bright? Say, fella, that
boy has an 'I.Q2' of about 120, but seldom registers more than 25.
Bruce Towne is another one of the Junior boys of whom we are
really proud. Bruce is especially interested in 'lula-byes.' He
is a native product too.
Now there is Henry Kuch. His ambition is to become a second
Carnera or a husky sailor. But alas! He is built more like an ART
Director!!! Henry has been with us all through his high school
Nothing has been said about our adviser Miss Reister. May I P
introduce her? She is a blonde, about five feet tall-not quite.
Miss Reister is always busy with scnething, even when she hasn't
much to do. The Junior class could not have nput acrossu things
as well as they have, had it not been for their Nco-worker' Miss
Only these eight Juniors are left out of a class of eighteen
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