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Page 70 text:
presses are set
Dramatic Class Play She Stoops To Ccnquern was begun.
Beginning of Annual production. Peshastin High's huge
Graduation! Bye, bye, Seniors.
Picnic and report cards. They don't sound very well
together, somehow. What will we all be going ten years
BY Virginia Paul
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
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
decorated, having at its center a beautiful bouquet of pink and
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
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
classes, as well
Speeches were given by
as by Mr. S. P. Beecher.
remembered long after
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.
Page 72 text:
A Logger Remark
Say, Lucille, I don't
y ' want your old paper
any longer. L
Well, I wouldn't make
the Hi-Log any longerl
if you did.
Kto particularly glum
. basketball girls! Hey, ,
you girls, show them
you're Maroon and WhitJ
Mac says he likes anyone who
sings at his work. Huh! Bet
he forgot the musquito.
Song of the merry dentist:
WTHE YANKS ARE COMINGN.
Leavenworth and Peshastin.
Sweoumm DW I
- Mary, Mary, quite contrary 9 X - It !gf"
Had skin so fair and clean, M Jfkfw 1406 ff
A glass of milk each meal G yf jf- inf Q H jf.
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Butcher :md banker, K 'W Q'
' Laundry-man, furnace-men, too:
I Newspaper bringer and radio singerg
And messenger boy in blue.
Bundle delivery and ice-man, all shiveryg
Salesmen, more than a few,
.But best of the clan is the good dairy-many
Without him, what should we do?
Barber, Berber shave o pig: ,'K ,
Why does that man wear Q wig? . ,
Because he has no hair at all, fx I l S
He got no milk when he was small. K- A-f :wwf
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