Peshastin Dryden High School - Puma Yearbook (Peshastin, WA)

 - Class of 1934

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FRONT ROW: tleft to right? Dickie Pendleton, Cora. Craig, Zelma Bitterman, Mr. McCormick, Loraine Werner, Helen Nickeson, Juanita Kelley. SECOND ROW: deft to righti Erville Cross, Charles Gray, Edgar Arbogast, Ellsworthi Warman, Buster Werner, Bud Caughdy. THIRD ROW: deft to right? Robert Jack, Warren Paul, Ervin Hauff, Herman Werner, Roy Van Kirk. SWDIIPINHII4lDlNfll4IDlIQlIE 4IEZllL25t,SS Beneath a dark, Western sky one evening, a lone observer might have seen a long. wagon train drawn up in a circle, in which .was a large campfire. Out from the flickering light of the flame came the wandering tune of an old folk song. The music ceased and from some place beside the fire came a deep voice apparently speaking to a group nearby. "Sophomores, soon we graduate from that insignificant name, lower class- men and take a new position in this wagon train which calls for much more from us than ever before, because duty requires such. Are we ready for this next step?" l . "Aye!" came a chorus of voices. A silence came over the camp and before long the fire died down to mere coals and only the howling of the Coyotes broke the stillness. , O



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.ligfg-1,1 V ,fr --. 4: ' t.3,E,.,1 - - -, ent 1 'Xa' x x N xl Y f 1 , at N4 , an Fi, 'S!.,w!pl!-,lwt-'NN xgfjiin V ,,, ,1 .'.. j1,.::'li --,Zu',1."-pg:..1-?' EEE.:,,:::"45'..t4- JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1931, twenty-three Juniors introduced to something different from that which they had had. For the first three weeks they wont to school in the Methodist Church be- cause the new high school building wssn't ready. But why go on telling such dry things? Why not tell something of interest about each of the interesting members of an interesting class lif you'll pardon the writer's tooting the horn so loudlyl? It is only fit and proper to first introduce the Junior class president, Ed Borg, who finds it not beneath hhn to in- troduce his sister, Carol Borg, e charming vice-president, 'in n flowerie mnnnaire'. Ann Steinbach, the quiet but most efficient secretary, is known to take particular pride in her fan mail, if any. Bob Lynn hos the reputation for being everything from n French student to n basket-ball star. Welter Hopkins has, if he ever entertained any other belief, found that putting out an annual is not n bed of roses. Raymond Schilloriff, a very likeable chap, makes en excellent toastmester, cartoonist, treasurer, ot cetera. Glen Logue, en apt biology student, is the clnss's only reolly serene person. Ee and Milton Kirby, the towering fellow, make excellent stage managers. Reychel Fisher, the lover on the stage, thinks she would be happy with only her plants and canary birds and Wyou, Bert'. Lula Wagoner, the poppy member of the class, is famous for getting what she Wants. Jerry Van Kirk hes found that getting entertainment for a class is not always so easy. Charles Foster, a bofreekled youth falvnys a sign of a good naturel, enjoys immensely his-little childish pranks. ,""' Alfred Fuller, o serious chap, sometimes surprises everybody by becoming rather mischievous all of e sudden. When this writer asked someone to tell senething of in- terest about Helen Duncan, the reply was that she wus so quiet that they knew nothing about her. It is interesting to find someone who knows how to be quiet! Frank and Milton, twins, provide interest when it has been lacking by engeginr in vigorous quarrels. As for Johnny Hauff--oh, thore's e basket-bell hero. Hugo Werner provides a very essential characteristic of a class--the humor. Of such remarkable stuff is the Junior Class of 1954 composed. s--p-n-u---a--pa- 'We, the youthful sinewy races, all the rest on us depend, Pioneers! 0 pioneerstn 'Welt Whitman' ' IQ. ' I 1

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