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by the way he chews gum.
Henry Kuch is a lady's man, but doesn't know it. He has
a graceful gait which is a cross between the Wgooseestep' and
dance. Even tho he is not rich he has a most val-
uable Pearl. Just ask Henry. l
The most undignified individual in the class is Jeanne
Newell. But say: talk about pretty black hair andlgood looks!
And as for flirting, she has every other girl beaten.
Talk about a teachcr's pct, that's Bruce TowneJ Bruce is
also a woman hater, but you can't blame him. He cone out his
Essex chasing them and now he has to walk--and thevywon't walk
Jane Caughey is the brunette with the innocent looking
face and eyes. She tries to act innocent, but be careful:
there is evil lurking behind that countenance. Jane is not
souCaugheynas she might seem. I
Ruth Goppock brings cheer and sunshine into the class
thru hertenchanting smiles. She is wild about the boys but
tries not to show it. A
Viola Frase is the smart girl. She knows her Geometry and
also how to
behave in school. You never see or hear her mak-
ing such a terrible racketr
Now I have done all the 'dirty work' I can do.i I have--
poco a poco-
of our high
are the two
of the two-
-told all the low-down. And now, this is the end
school history, so I wish to simply sayT-AIIOS!
it Adios? No Uarambal a thousand times noi, Here
most important people of the Senior class that have
behind the typewriter. First, and most important
4Miss Rcister, our able Class Adviser Cwho thinks
she guides us on the right track, but she can't Nrahlroad' us
onto any track, either right or leftl.
And last up pops our cute little blonde Class President,
She has a terrible tnne getting the proper class
colors, class flower, and annual cover for the rest of us.
Never-the-less, we think she can't be beaten--don't we Ida.
Now goodbuy--and wefll be Wseein' ya at Collegzfw
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fig? AND 'i.ALLY
f That mighty deity, the sun, soared in gold
Goo Eve en splendor from the 'Fest and threw its wel-l.
..aJE3 come rays on a small group of redskins just
33553 preparing to break camp. This was a hunting
i V -- 8 "expedition, and, as was the custom of the Ind-'
' ians, they had their squaws and papooses along.
The whole band was hunting that elusive game called Knowledge.
Back and forth, forth and back rode the brave scouts, ever
searching, yet never finding any of this game in large amounts.
' Se it was thru their Day of Knowledge Hunting. Fun was .1'
had, as well as hardships. Tired? Yes, at the end of the trail
the staunchest hunter feels the effects of the journey.
For new they are at the end of their Journey thru a part
of Life, that part called High School. Knowledge they have
captured, but not to exceed their desire. Hard they have work-
ed and wellg so, as their Sun is setting in a blaze of glory
over the Cascades, they pitch their camp for one more night,
to rest and prepare for larger Game on the morrow.
SENIG CLASS HISTORY
Out of the original nineteen fresh, green little sap-
lings that entered in the fall of twenty-nine, only six weath-
ered the frosts and diseases and parasites that are common to
all such little saplings and are new being out down to be put
thru the Mill of Life or to be further Wseasonedn.
Henry Kuch entered the class when the members were in
their Sophomore year. He was a grade ahead but because of ill-
ness and hilarity he spent two years as a Sophomore.
Jane Caughey came here from Tacoma last sum er, and ent-
ered the class in their last year of strife.
We, the Senior Class, are proud of our eight members who
will march before the Board and receive their diplomas on the
night of June the eighth.
Starting with Quincy Carrell, our most noted personageg
if you don't think he is noted, ask May. CShe knows.D Fur-
thennore, he is student body president, a good one, too, and
if you don't think he tak , ', 4 eriously, just look at
the grey hair amorg the bla thatch. Quincy takes
everything seriously. You lvrr' can even tell that by....--
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Peshastin High School will have a different type of Com-
mencement this year--the 'new' type. In it there is no nlong-
windedn high-priced speaker that talks on something that the
Seniors and the audience forgets in about two days. In this
nnewn type of program, the Valedictorian and the Salutatorian
need not necessarily give speeches, but instead of the usual
Salutatory, NMain Speechn, and Valedictory, various students
give short speeches on something which concerns them directly
and which they know something about.
A committee was appointed to work with Mr. Weyermann.
This committee worked on the plan Cwhich is used by a great
many progressive schoolsl. This committee was composed of Ida
Ferrel, Bruce Towne, and Viola Frase.
The Senior Class Valedictorian for this year is Quincy
Carrell. He is President of the Associated Students, and As-
sociate Editor of this Lomoa.
Ida Ferrel is the Senior Class Salutatorian. She is Pres
ident of her class, Vice President of thesGirls' Club, and
Social Editor of this Lomoa. Both the Salutatorian and the
Valedictorian will speak. At this time all the plans have not
been completed, so we cannot give you all the information.
Other members who will speak are Viola Frase: Henry Khch, Jean
ne Newell, and Bruce Towne. Jane Caughey will introduce the
speakers and Ruth Coopock will play a piano solo. During the
program the combined Glee Clubs, under the personal direction
of Miss Reister, will sing. Everyone is invited. Please
Cvme- By Quincy Carrell
It seems entirely fitting that We should
herein acknowledge an appreciation of the consci-
entious efforts of our Board of Directors. They
have labored hard and given much of their time al-
trusistically, for the advancement of the school,
and forffuv 'lV.,.x"ZLaur welfare.
YWNN o F W
XX. 0 I 0
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