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Sing a song of Juniors X
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Bringing barrels of Sunshine
into Peshastin High f ff
Sdilulnq fav' IUCK,
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Three years ago We entered
As Freshmen young and jadeg
We rollicked through that first year
And brilliant marks we made,
Miss Rottie was our leader 5533
And Bob our President L- ' X
So slightly bolder, in '51 W""""
To the Sophomore class we went, '5f'F"M"'
We elected the same old president,
And the very self same adviser
Before we were thru with that Sophomore Year
You can bet that we were wiser.
We showed our excellent talents
In the way of Plays and things, w'
And some of our bunch left us .X V ,.
For jobs or Wedding rings. ,SQT
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But "Onward" was our mottoh. '
and misfortune spelled the doom
Oi' the Senior who didn't move over
X' If To give that Junior room!
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vt "gl-:NOur boys partook oi' Athletics
N .CMM 'Twas they who rolled, up the score, Zh
,, VX 'Twas they who lured folks to the Bleacher
N Lyn 'Lf Ana? encouraged the team on the floor,
h The girls not to be beat by these rascals
' Majored in music and fung
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2 X H And so at ,gary e of this ditty
,gf Qi If the senipgs ee this they'll be mad 1
051 But we 1cn.owR.L'.q' that by far we 're the best class
That P.H.S.. ever had. By Rosie Heerman
Page 81 text:
' "By Waltdnikpkins
Listen, my children and you shall hear of the----. Before
you turn the page of your bran' new annual to the more Wattrace
tive' attractions, I would like to say this is not a poem but
e 'revised edition' of the basket-ball banquet which hes been
told about or will be in another part of this book. Since this
is a 'revised edition". please don't take it too seriously.
New to get down to the facts---
Preparations were under way for the banquet which was in
honor of the basketball spectators. Raychel, who was known to
be an excellent Fisher was given the job to Khch the big catch
lby the big catch I mean fishb. Buster was given the honorable
position of chief Baker!
The big night was arriving quickly and everyone was all
excited. Yes, excited to the extent that they scarcely knew
what they were saying or doing. For example, Mac asked a cer-
tain person of his physics class the definition of a pendulum.
The person quickly replied, "A Pendleton is---" Cthat is all I
heard, for various reasonsl.
The big night finally arrived as all nights do. Everyone
was busy rushing here and there. Some came in a Wagoner which
sounded like an antique of the WGay Nintiesn. Bruce went to
Towne for some reason or otherg Rose came with Her Man, whose
alias was Mr. X Kas for his real name you'll have to see Rose
about thatlg Jessie, who likes to Foster a strong sense of
humor turned English for the night Hhough, in reality she is
quite Englishl. When Charles walked a little slower than .Tes-
sie thought he should, she said, W0h deah, Charles, couldn't
you possibly walk a little Foster--yes, er-a-oh fudgeln Charl-
es paid no attention.. Alfred came Fuller fun'as usualg and Jane
who is quite Caughey came with--well, I guess your imagination
is quite strong. I might add that one of our teachers was Nye
When all were seated in the big banquet room that was the,
former typing room, the speeches began--Viola being first--
Since she said everything in Frases, no one understood her, but
no one minded that because Anne kept everyone feeling Jolley.
Quincy entertained everyone greatly by singing a Carrell or tio.
At the table Milton asked for something or other and Frank
spoke up saying, WIt's Neher enough to you.W One of the teach-
ers svee aid to the per- 6,.g,,... son next to her, Wwould
you kindl pass the Reister l2av,,?2' e?" The other person
knew what she meant but on ' fy the menu the rice was call-
ed Ris de Teau A la Perigneux. , Andv'sui'11he1bmlR1l1e.'i:.albht mer-
rily on, stopping two hours aft i the sbcial committee said it
would start--that was standard time. '
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The grind begins--A new crop of Freshmen arrive. The
green hurts our eyes.
Mr. Weyermann gets settled and everything,
First High School meetings. Everyone is busy gettin'
What a break! No rules are laid down. So-fa-so good.
Senior 'weenien roast. Harold Wagoner proves to be X
fast, especially on the corners. fgggoggb gil
A Fresh an forgets its place. A A Yw34ana4+
Nothing doing. YR ,l , '
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Tena had her eye on a seat in Algebra class-then Willard
came along and sat on it.
Chuch Ogden wanted to know if Dorthea's lipstick was
'K1ssproof'. Of all the nerve!
No School--Apple harvest in full swing.
Lola leaves for South Dakota. Charlie is heart-broken.
Back to the grindstone again. Jack has gained two more
Jane has changed the color of her nail polish again. She
says the next shades will be maroon and white.
Chet and Bob visit school. What's the big attraction?
Buster Baker waited two hours for 'horn and she didn't
show up. The old Fmeanie'.
The Seniors entertain the Juniors in the gym. And did
they taste the worms in the cider? ,fag Q, . .
Halloween--and Bruco's birthday. ' 4+ ' g p
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Girls' Glee Club tries to sing 'To a Wild Rose'-Yes, we
Armistice Day Program. Babe tries to hoodoo the boys
Reception for Frosh. Who said anything about black eyes?
First meeting of paper staff. Here's to the success of
the Hi-Lo I
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