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

 - Class of 1932

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K 49 f ,' nu Hugp starts we -ying because he is afraid he is learn- ing too much. Juniors broadcasted in assembly. We found Q,uincy's voice quite popular. Girls' Club Kid Party. Oh whata party. Girls lost gym rights because they didn't turn out. Bign snipe hunt. Ed Borg and Dick Fisher lost in the hills. High School party big success. Stxty-five present. Paper staff chosen. Paul Hepler excorted Melba Pratt to P.H.S. so she might begin her work among us. MARCH 'See the birdie,Wsays Mr. Sim er. He broke his camera no doubt. Mr. Simmer was driven away by the weather yesterday, so he returned today. Basketball boys ein good reputation at tournament in Wenatchee even if they don't win. Hattie returns after several weeks illness. She says that she is as good as now. Miss Rettie's, Milton Kirby's, and Chester Worgum's birthdays. No one was able to find Miss Rettie's age. Bert Paul visited us all-day. Harold Wagoner returned from the hospital. Was Ann happy? Chester had the tonsilitis. Wonder which of the girls will catch it first? APRIL Seen on school ground: Darkies! Grandmas! Grandpasl No, it is not the Old Settlers' Picnicg The Dramatic Class is just studying Wmake-upn. Representatives of Whituorth College gave musical pro- gram. Senior Hu bugs almost got a chance to sing the'Prisoners' N Song 0 Grand Junior-Senior Banquet.. Lucille crowned Queen Lucille I Fresh an progran. Eighth graders were guests. nOh Kaya--Senior Class Play. Who's the 'TerrorW? Three very intelligent boys came back from the convention at Pullman. Had Arbor Day Program at planting of new grove of trees over the river bank. -sixty-seven-

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9 .... 19--- 22--- 27--- 28-29 29--- 20-- 2---- ll-- 26--- 4 .... 9--- 14--- l6--- 21-- 24-- 9....-- 18-- l9-- 21-22 26--- 28- 'Q df! 231253 XXL 5----":'!'2 ' .. A 13125115 Apple harvest vacatiofq Oh, boy, were we glad to get back to school? tnWell, at least we don't have to pick apples when we're at schooln, says Charles Baker. Exam week. Little grains of knowledge and little drops of sense, make a lot of difference when the tests com- mence. Sophomores entertained Freshmen with a party. Teachers' Institute. Vacation for us. Ernest, Lucille, Quincy, Della, and Miss Reister left for the U. OF W. Conference. ' Hallowe'enS Spooksl A party was given at the Legion Hall. ' NOVEMBER Alta begins her second year with us. Armistice Day. Mr. Howe, a law attorney from Leavenworth spoke. Very important! Mr. Nye walked to school with Miss Rettie DECEMBER First basketball gene of the season. Loggers began a successful year. Mr. Faulkner gave another of his lectures. This one was on good literature. New mimeograph arrived. CThe paper staff was very happyl New Piano for gymnasium arrived. Fred Johnson and Viola Lynn visited school. Seniors gave Christmas progrmn. KYou didn't know Mr. Nye cmld be a jolly old St. Nick, did you?J JANUARY All three basketball teens defeated at Leavenworth Mr. Beecher told interestin experience on the Cook ex- pedition to the top of Mt. McKinley in Alaska. Mrs. Thornton gave health talk. Virgie fainted right in the midst of it. Exams again. Oh, gosh! Senior English class begin study of Hamlet. Mac says his wife makes swmpin' like that but she calls it Womelet? Ida gpt a chance to tell Roy what she thought of him in WCome Along, Hambonen, which was given before the assembly. -sixty-six-



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1 .... 9 .... presses are set 2B--- 22--- Baccalaureatte. 27v-- I ua, 0' Y-'X Dramatic Class Play She Stoops To Ccnquern was begun. Beginning of Annual production. Peshastin High's huge in motion. Graduation! Bye, bye, Seniors. Picnic and report cards. They don't sound very well together, somehow. What will we all be going ten years fI'01'I1 now? BY Virginia Paul maximise: JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET April 15, 1952, the Seniors were guest of the Juniors at the annual banquet. The usual custom was to have the banquet at some hotel in Wenatchee but this year the Juniors planned sunething entirely new and much the nicer. . The typing room which pink and white crepe paper bower of The Carnation was turned into a regular streamers, was christened Room, carrying out the motif of the Senior Class flower as well as the colors, pink and white, The dinner table was cleverly decorated, having at its center a beautiful bouquet of pink and white carnations. The outstanding event of the evening was the coronation of Queen Lucille I. In view of the fact that there was not going to be the annual apple blossom festival, the Juniors elected a queen to that the going to pink and Toastmaster Quincy Carrell reign at their banquet. Very interesting was the fact Seniors were unaware that anything so extraordinary was take place. Queen Lucille was escorted to the beautiful white throne at the head of the table by Ida Ferrel. placed on her head a pink and silver crown with the numerals '52 in white. He then presented her with a silver scepter. The program included some very fine musical selections. These numbers were given by the Junior Boys' Quartet, the Senior Hu bugs, and a duet by Mr. and Mrs. various members of the two The dinner itself was other memories of the high After the banquet the home where they danced and Paul McCormick. classes, as well Speeches were given by as by Mr. S. P. Beecher. remembered long after faded. one that will be school days have Seniors were escorted to Mr. Beecher's played bunko until twelve o'clock. Punch and candy were served at a late hour. The banquet, which was one of the greatest events cause of its originality. of the year was made much greater be- The Seniors will remember the event as one of the outstanding functions of their high school career. -sixty-eight-

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