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Page 36 text:
By Anna Steinbach
Day by day to P. H. S.
we sturdy Sophomores go
To learn our lessons every oneg
I tell you we're not slow.
We're 'the smartest class in all the school
'Or at least that's what we think.
We tell each one we meet this factg
But we drop one lid and wink.
We really are a lovely classg
And if you're not too weary
I'll tell you about us one by one
I'm sure it won't be dreary.
At first there's Bob, our president:
Anlikeable' young ladg'
And Ray, our secretary, too,
You'll never find him sad.
And then there's Hattie, gay and bold
And Jerry nBrightn as the sun.
WHatcha!' cries Dot, nCome on you kids!
We're out to have some fun!
Both Eds are equal, tall and blonde,
And Walter's shy, but say!
Just take a look at Carol dear
With her calm, imposing way.
There's Alfred, small but full of lifeg
And Glenn--Just what of him?
But there's Charles and Frank and Milton WKN
If you like the boys quite slim.
Milton Neher's got curly hair
And Ann has eyes of brown:
And Iula? Huh, why lou's the most
Mischitvous girl in town.
Is Erville tall? Well I should say!
And is our ?
Is Hugo dum ou're telling me?
I guess that' I what he aint!
wen folks thax 'S all for this one time!
The vendict? May I ask? think we Sophs would land on
Top, regardless of the task.
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Are you listening? Here is your Peshastin Creek Corre-
spondent speaking to you again, this time from station SOPH,
the Peshastin High School Station. I will swing right into
the program and try to give you an idea of what our gang of
Jerry Van Kirk
Keeping away from the
Trying to grow up
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Just Breezin' Along
Learning to typo
Walkin' his baby back
Keeping that school girl
Playing the drums
Having night mares
Falling for this or
Just hoppin' around
Dancing the Blackbottom
Thinking up smart remarks
This is all until next time
The Siamese Twins
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Ann and Dorthea
Page 37 text:
Back Row: Ellsworth Warman, John Worgum, Willard Wood
Herman Werner, Ervin Hauff.
Middle Row: Charles Gray, Edgar Arhogast, Warren Paul, Roy
Van Kirk, Ralph Darlington, Harold VVerner.
Front Row: Loraine Werner, Irene Pendleton, Juanita Kelley,
Mr. McCormick, Helen Nickeson, Christina VVillging, Cora Craig.
A Forger of Destinies
"Under the spreading Chestnut tree, the village smithy
The smith, a mighty man is he, with large and sinewy
hands ------ .
And children coming home from school look in at the
open door ------ ---H. VV. LONGFELLOW.
The poet might have changed the wording slightly and described
high school life. The general thought is the same.
Children coming from the grade school like to watch what is done
in the High School and long to participate. When at last they enter, not
without a certain bashfulness, they think of the great time before they
will graduate. As they sit by and watch the other classes do things tof
course, they all don'tJ they find the time goes slowly. Before long,
they are participating, and all too soon they find that after three hurried
years they are Seniors with Commencement fast approaching. They
thought High School dull, yet as they look back, this group sees all the
activities and opportunities either grasped or uncomprehended. With
certain sentimental thoughts, they wish they were Frosh again.
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