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

 - Class of 1935

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Johnnie Hauff---Ship's Secretary. He keeps us posted on worldly news. Bob Brown--Recruit. He is also a new member on our good ship P.H.S. Bob Lynn--Seaman, says little but does a great deal of thinking. A good example, Bob! WHO'S WHO IN THE JUNIOR CLASS Pep! I The Junior Class has it. Page Miss Beau mont. She makes us work! We also have a president that keeps things going, a nchipmunkn or Warren Paul to be sure. The boy who favors Leavenworth and certain of its inhabitants. Ther's a smile for everyone when Helen Niekeson is around. Nickie? She's that tall blonde that you can't help but notice. Did someone mention singing? If that's what you want just meet Zelma Bitterman. She sings most of the time and it isn't unpleasant tosay the least. Sleepy? Well, they call him that, but he's not. They also say that Ellsworth Warman prefers blondesg Maybe that's because "he's scared of the dark." Meet our stage-manager, roy Van Kirk. He was on deck when the stage was built for the operetta, and it turned out to be a success that's lasted. Shy? No, I wouldn't say so, but then she's here and there so much, you can't even tell. Cora Craig, where are you now? Robert Jack, Doodle-bug for short, shrewd busi- ness man--ahem! Bookkeping and French are his meat. So quiet you don't know that she's there--that's Mildred Garrison. She's new in the class this year. You'll hear a laugh and you're likely to find Dicker--I mean Herman Werner. He gives the gals a break. More pep, and howl You should see Dickie Pendle-- ton tap-dance. Happy and care-free and she gets there all the same. The Junior Class Es, of course, an upper class and its super-structure is in the person of Erville Cross. Come down and see us sometime, Erville. Edgar Arbogast likes sunny things. Especially, Sunnyslope, but then maybe he can't be blamed. He also sings like Lawrence Tibbet, 'er somebody. Pete Gray takes his bow for the year. u Page twenty-eight

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.IWHUM .WHO'? WHO IF sermon CLASS The good ship P.H.S. after its journey over troub- led waters, majestically steams into port. Three short blasts are sounded--the crew comes out on deck and pre- pare to go ashore. One by one with carefree gait, they walk down the gang plank. At this time let me intro- duce our various members of the crew: Ed Borg--able-bodied seamen, and those merry dis- position has often subdued mutiny on board the Senior Ship P.H.S. Alfred Fuller--Captain. He tells us how to be- have in class meetings. Raychel Fisher--First-mate. She pinch-hits for the captain. ' Frank Neher admiral's quarter Milton Neher most antagonistic --Steward. He pclishes brass in the S. --Deckhand paymaster, also one of our arguers. Carol Borg--the news lady, news all, sees- all, hears all--well, read it in the papersl Mariel Lilienthal--Recruit, a new member--but what a member! She delights in disagreeing with a certain teacher about most anything he says. Milton Kirby--our main mast blew down, so now he stauchly holds up the sails. Ann Steinbach--Deckhand. She in much admired for her ability and poise. Chuck West--Deckhand. He does much to make our voyage a delightful one. Jerry Van Kirk--Deckhand. Jerry has been faithful to the ship working hard to mcke our progress smoother. Helen Duncan--Uniform-maker. NA stitch in time saves nine,W she says. Walter Hopkins--Ballroom manager. His ambition is to play the pipe organ. He says he got his start on a pitch pipe. Ray Schillereff--Deckhand. He says his modesty does not permit him to exaggerate, so all, we can say is Wsmooth sailin". Hugo Werner--Engine room foreman.' He tears 'em apart to see what makes 'em tick. Don't you, Hutch? Chuck Foster--Seaman. Never frown and always pleasant is Chuck's idea of living. Page twenty-seven



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Front Row: fLeft to r'ight.l Zelnia Bitternian, Dickie Pendleton. Helen Nickeson, Miss Beaumont, Nita Kelley, Mildred Garrison, Cora Craig. Second Row: fI.eft to right! Dicker XVerner, Charles Grey, Edgar Arbogast, Roy Van Kirk, Erville Cross. Ellsworth Warman, Warren Paul, Robert Jack. X IHH-til' GWKISS High school-and another bunch of noisy Freshmen--but that was three years ago. The green has disappeared and behold, after two busy years as Freshmen and Sophomores, taking part in all activities dur- ing that time, you find thirteen of the class left as Juniors. The class has diminished in size from twenty-three to thirteen, losing in the last two years Lorraine Wener, Bud Caughey, Irvin Hauff, Buster VVerner and Nita Kelley. To make up for that loss the Junior Q-lass has gained Robert Jack and Mildred Garrison. Mr. Mc-Cormiclz also left the Juniors to become the Freshman adviser and the Juniors are now in the able hands of Miss Beaumont.

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