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SENICR CLASS IIISTOI-RY
This yoer's senior Class, realizing that space and
non words are et e premium, wish only to say that the
1934 ole-.ss is the largest yet to graduate from P. H. S.
New for the introduction to the different members:
First there is Alta Nickosen, our Senior Class
president. Sho is very fond of e Springer. By the wry that
is not on chicken thct's ready to try. Fu from it.
Next is Charles Boker, better known as Buster, Even
though Buster is our Student Body President, he is able to
have a good time once in e while during classes.
Bebo is the blond girl we used to coll Ethel. She
was responsible for giving the high school its good times
since she ues chairmen of the social committee.
Jessie Foster camo hero from South Dakota end join-
ed the close in its Junior year. Sho is :ble to laugh very
heartily and is especially good in typing.
And here is Jack Burris, who is mall but mighty. In "
business meetings yeu'll elmws hear Jack saying, "I'll soc-
ond the notien."
Ann Jolley is o. very quiet girl who is always minding
her erm business end is able to put her nemo on the honor
Not to be forgotten is the smartest boy in our class,
Elwood Cox. This your he succeeded several times in getting
the hone: roll.
Dick Fisher is n boy who has e great dec-.1 of business
to attend te. Ho is business manager of the Hi Log.
Virginia Paul is one of our very valuable assets. She
has worked very herd editing the Hi-Log.
Harold Wagoner likes Model 'A' Fords. Ho also must be
e gentle nan for he prefers blends.
The conedien of the class is Bob Springer. 17iso-oreck-
ing is one of the chief functions of his brain, because there
is never e time when he does not have something ready to soy.
Moy Pendleton Carroll is a girl who believes in decorating
her report card with 'A'sn. She has been very successful es
head of the annual this year. A
Dorothy Sauer, better known as 'Dot', is president of
the Torch Honor Society, and believes in good grades as well
qs good grades as toil as good looksg but, wall ----- '
After these four years of work, intermingled with play,
the seniors have reached the climax of their high school days
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uLJTfR SNEAK DAY
On April 25, the Seniors met at the grade cchoel build-
irg here in Peshastin and left for the other side of the mount-
ains at 5:30 in the morning. Bob Springer seemed to be the only
one who had any difficulty at all in getting up at that time.
He had to be gotten up on the way. Of course he had a good
excuse--the alarm wouldnct po off but we Wonder!
Bert Paul get a dealer Ford V'8 for the trip. Bill Hauber
and Harold Wagoner drove their cars also.
it 6.00 the Seniors were at Swauk Creek on the road to
Ellensburg. There they ate their breakfaxt which consisted
of coffee. bacon and engs, rolls, end oranges. ft was here found
that His? Watt could not turn eggs without a pon-calf turnerg
that Bora Laul .'.' as 3 good coffee maker, D
Wge bowlers? party erllved ei Ellensburg about ':3O. Any-
way it un. bwfsv- exy students at the Nernyl Joie nu and about.
And ya' CiI'Y tefl ine Seniors anything about TL egg ufter what
lL'Wff tsl !'ere!
, From th.s BKTU rIeT took on old short out t- N :hes wkere
they s:e3p.d ind meer: everyone leaded up with FKYQQ, ice-cream
51lZfl j9cf't ag' .A L It Z11'p '
Thr F "'i '?,p ?:jMufy pr,:vd to be Very inter.st5nx, in faft
so inteveemiig i'it Hsicid F JSFCT had to be rin dcvn to get him
tn stew for lunih. For up'cn the pass the einem ate n picnic
lurehe-nflewickry, pfoklozu perl and beans, lemonade, coffee,
seled, ini ofokics. Ii rfre tested good to tkeseiuuqyi trfyelers.
After JLICW tHog drone back to Yakima where tVoy spoit
part of the 11Zor3een buying out the 5 and 106 stores there.
Harold was lots at ibie rondeveus because after ectixo part way
to Yekime Jock discovered that he had left his Wuken on Nachos
About 5:00 it was decided by the :romp tlft they would eat
diBBGT at Lllexsbnrg. Wlen they Qrrived it :fs found that the
New'York Cafe prom .ed the test food. Those fran tio cars,
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Her0ld's da? ata LL 2 rc'.uHf'ui f'rthcr up the streft.
Then tins vias 'o1,dL.,f:d Tj." the long' jeurtzejf L' ck homo
over Vantage Ferry Vote end the amen at tio Fox Iixfrtv Tteetre
in Wblatcneo. S+ scowti that tFcse people did not anew ther
to stop! '
All 17 out the H'vnu rgroad ever parts of 'i-o counties,-
Chclgr, YcPi 4. Tbttif-n 'r:nt, and Douglas. It cevrred
o'er thre: n1,dfww wi igfty miles of read, icat n day!
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