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Page 13 text:
T0 THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
We, the Associated Students of
P. H. S., dedicate this issue of the
It has been through you that we
have been able to give unto the stu-
dents of each year an annual wherein
written down in black and white are
the memoirs of the events which have
taken place during the school year.
But for you these cherished memories
could not be recorded and to express
our sincere appreciation we dedicate
to you this WLomoaW with all our
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A FRONT GATE CHAT
WITH THE EDITOR
I know you're probably wondering whether to call
this book an annual or not with the various changes in
it. There are two new departments in it this year that
you have never seen before either in the Lomoa or any
other annual for they are the brain-children of some
one or other in this high school.
Because so many of the students have remarked that
the only things they look at in the Lomoa are the pic-
tures the literary section was added. Stories for that
part are not solicited but taken from the themes writ-
ten for English for the year or free-will offerings.
Try reading them--they are quite interesting and clever
You're wondering why the Diary has been put in a
section by itself? Well, to tell the truth, it seemed
to me to be out of place in the society section where
it has always been located so you find it in its own
place. And two pages of jokes added! Go ahead, you
Another new feature of the annual this year is the
different type of insert sheets. We hope you like the
art work on them and on the cover. They illustrated
our theme, modernism much better than anything else,
You know how good you feel when any efforts on
your part are appreciated. Well, that's just the way
we Seniors feel Qyes, I'm a Seniorj. Look at this:from
our superintendent, Mr. Weyermann.
'To the class of 1955 goes the distinction of wor-
thy membership to whom our school has looked for lead-
ership during the current year and the accomplishments
of which will remain a just memorial of the largest
class yet graduated from the Peshastin High School.
WThe faithful and courageous will of this class to
initiate the new has expanded the services of the
school's activities and enlarged its usefulness.
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