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Georgie Levegrove has a terrible malady, a weakness for
out- m'-'cows boys. She is the pride of the fifth period study
Dick Lynn's pet ambition is to a slick dancer. Really,
' Edward Nollmeyer or 'Humpy' is a young acting person,
Lo Roy Pratt, a man about town, is also 'Changi' wise-
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Freshnan Class History
Stampede? Ne, just Freshmen, but there seemed enough to make
the other students sourry back to their places. Twenty-seven of
th m came unhositatingly through the portals of the high school
in the gall of '35. Green? Perhaps slightly, just because they
were expected to bo. With the help of their adviser, Mr. Weyer-
mann, they hope to prosper, even to the extent of becoming the best
group of students that will over graduate from Peshastin High Scheo
in the next ten years.
New lets get acquainted. First comes Kbnneth Alleng he is
hopeful but Wneek and mi1d'.
Margaret Arbogest, a dark-haired midget, has a weakness for
Q certain Junior boy.
Jeannette Baker, a future teacher, is a good student as well
as a quiet one.
Alfred Bickel's hobby is telling jokes in Freshman English
Class. But the Freshmen notice that oven the Seniors laugh.
Ida Bickel is their basketball star, not so big but good.
B111 Dawson adores dancing. He is a good student ouside
of being tardy every other morning.
Helen Day--Sum er days are long but Helen Days are short.
Napolean fHenry Foster! is great but small. He is quite
similar to elastic for he stretches those stories.
Maxine France is another cnc of the good students, who
loves no class better than French 121.
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