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Charles Baker . . .
.Tack Burris. o a Q e
Raychel Fisher. . . .
Rose Heerman . . . .
Dorothy Sauer . . .
Try 'EV - 1. a model student. . . . Appetite
Enoinghe 1f....... ..Permanent
Wishing something on other. Masterful stride
Singin' in the Rain. . . . . . . .
Us .... That 'poker face'
Melba Pratt. . . . .Skipping????. . . . . . . Haircut
Johnnie Hauff . . . . Behaving himself . . . . Silence
Charles Dempsey. . . .Doing nothing--safely . . . . .Muscles
Fisher 0 l o 0 0 Tiddle'de'Winkso 0 Q 0 e c
So, nAweReevore', till next year at perhaps the same time.
Yours till Sophs are mightier than Seniors,
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Writing the history of the Freshman class will not be a very
difficult job because, as everyone knows, they are not so import-
ant that there is a great deal to say about them.
In the fall of 1951, twenty little green Freshies stepped--
not without some hesitation-dthrough the awesome portals of P.H.S.
We are not ashamed to admit we are green. We were the brightest
green imaginable, but we didn't stay that way very long. DGH'T
think that we faded--we only adapted ourselves to the new life and
turned a nice dark green. This color we hope to retain until next
year when we become Sophomores or perhaps 'suffer-moresn.
Mr. Ansel Nye was appointed our class adviser, and we all
feel that he has been a good one. We really do not think he has
minded the trouble he hos had keeping us frolicking youngsters out
of mischief, because he is a good sport and knows that Freshman
will be Fresh-men!!
Several Frosh took prominent part in High School winter sports
Who could find better basketball players than Edith Ferrel and
Lula Wagoner, not to mention Robert Lynn and Chester Worgum?
Now let us introduce individually the NBunch', as Mr. Nye
so aptly terms us. First, the class officers:
Walter Hopkins is our president, and a good one if we do say
so. Ho makes us Wtoe-the-markn in class meetings when we get to
Carol Borg, our vice-president, has the Wdistressing habits'
of coming to school late and staying out at least one day a week.
Robert Lynn is our treasurer, although he hasn't much to do
because of our present finance system. Fine boy, Bob!
Helen Link, our secretary, is a little curly-headed girl,
and believe me, even if she is little, she is all there.
.-nine teen- A
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who started here as Fresh. Th 1-gl opped out" from year to
Wo are very proud of our class even though it is smallg we
feel we have accomplished much this school yearg at least we hope
"The Arrival Of Kitty" is the play which the Junior Class pre-
sented last fall, October 9. Everyone, including the Juniors, seem-
ed to like it.
The Junior boys organized a quartet this year, with Miss Reist
er directing. Members of the quartet are: Henry Kuch, first tenorg
Elwood Cox, second tenorg Bruce Towne, baritoneg Quincy Carroll,
bass. Walter Hopkins acts as accompanist. The group made 'its
first appearance at the .Tunior-Senicr Banquet this spring.
I We, the .Tunior Class, will now bid you"Adieu" and hope that we
may see you all when we re-enter this fall as the sober PPI serious
SEN IORS .
By Henry Kuch
We are proud to be the largest class in Peshastin High School.
'The more the merrier." From the following table you will gain a
general idea of what this band of irrepressible youngsters is like.
May Pendleton .
Louie Wagoner. .
Virginia Paul .
Elwood Cox . . .
Iris Cattanah .
Harold Wagoner .
Helen Duncan .
Ethel Bersing .
Alta Nickeson. .
Charles Springer. .
Marie Duncan . .
Charles Ogden. .
FAVORITE OCCUPATION GREATEST ATTRACTION
Striving for a career . . . . . .Report Card
Sleeping thru Geometry Class . . . .Overalls
.Writing notes? ? ? . . . . . . . . Dreams
Making a hit WJ . . . . . Broad Shoulders
Acting her age . . . . . Sophisticated smile
Being surrounded by girls . .Little Pink Ears
.Acting demure .
Abolishing this and that.
. . .Removing your freckles . .
She won't tell
Trying to pick a fight. .
.Breezin' along .
Growing up. . .
. . . . . Absence
. . .Green sweater
. .Eighth period
. . . .Red coats'
. . . . . . Rouge
. .Three foot grin
.Dimples and whatnot
. . . .Boy friends
Studying the Raccoon . . . . . . .Blue dress
0 o Tiptoe-ing thru the tulips. 0 o 0 0 .W6ll?
Studying . . . . . . . . . . . . Blonde Hair
Telling you how to do it. . . . . Smiles
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Edward Borg is a boy that asn ' hbout him that makes
lgirll friends easily. Don't ink t I he is bashful.
We must not leave Hatti Pendleton' ut. She is a little
strawberry blonde. Just-remember that diamonds are precious,
Earl Beacham is certainly a great help to the Freshman class.
If there is anything to be done, call on Earl.
The Fresh an class would be lost without Hugo Werner. He
is always there with a few Jokes if! for emergencies.
Alfred Fuller is a s all boy that is 'Fuller' mischief and
everything else that makes a good Freshman.
Next on the list is Chester Worgum. He's alright except
that he has a weakness for Senior girls.
Anna Steinbach is a happy-go-lucky girl with never a care
and always a smile for everyone.
Don't forget Robert Worgum. Bob is always around with a
smart remark and a willing hand.
Lula Wagoner is a dark-haired lass, with snapping brown eyes.
You'll always find fun where you find Lou!
A laughing, happy boy is Edward McGinnis. He is full of
quaint ideas and good suggestions for parties.
Gerald Van Kirk used to be a small boy. When he became a
Freshman he grew smarter as well as taller.
Slow, but sure, that's Glenn Logue. Just the same, Glenn
is a good student, tho not 'sae boldeu.
Edith Ferrel has a most terrible malady. It seems to be a
weakness for a blonde-haired Junior boy.
Altho Raymond Schillereff,is a regular mischief-maker, he
always has his lessons on time and his name on the honor roll.
A little tow-head is Ervin Hauff. He's the pride of the
eighth period class.
Last on the list, but not in our thoughts, is Milton Kirby.
We couldn't forget if we tried.
Now we are signing off until next May. I remain your loyal
ODE TO TH FRESH AN
When all the world seems dreary
And there 's nothing bright in sight,
Just keep your chin up bravely
'Twill help a little mite.
Suppose the way is difficult
The goal far from sightg
He who never calls a halt
Is bound to come out right.
It's the way you think that counts most,
And the way you live your life,
The will-power and the backbone,
That helps to master strife.
Kathleen P. Wilson
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