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

 - Class of 1935

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r V: T .5!f"Hg'a!I. Dick Lynn efidentelly doesn't believe in patron- izing the home town, he goes to Leavenworth. The feminine nBerkerW, Merie Towne, is also Wpop- ular young debutente of the seesen.N Jeannette Esker wishes she would stop growing up. Linde Willging is another one of those interest- ing brunettes, and don't unless you went to make her med, which you don t, cell her lgglinde. ' Kenneth Allen doesn't have a very ferocious ap- pearance but don't let that deceive you. Helen Dey isn't e Nreinyn dey, no indeed, she's one of those balmy, warm spring days. Our Peppy Fred Burnett is e nervous wreckK?J from trying to curb the restless, end shell we soy, boisterous conduct of his class mates. Hc did e good job though, end so let's givc three Reh's for the president and the Sophomre class. SUNNET TO THE SOPHUMDRES There's a mouse in the hells, remember my deers, who has followed this tale for e number of years. And now will reveel in one mighty stroke, A sketch of the Nkiddiesn who pull in this yoke. nThe Sophomores,N sez he, were e shining-bright class, And there's fino'looking feces when assembled en masse. They're held beck in check by their chief boss end fireman, The much praised, acclaimed Sir 0. F. Weyermenn. New there's many e pupil who often sees red-- Perheps feces tell it--whst do you think Fred? You see, Fred's thtir cheinnen, you'd cell him president And in this class hc's been F ten year resident. Lots of them heveg take Kenneth for one, Who's considered o Wsterlingn in the High School sun. That will do for the Sophomores, enough has been told, And next year 7e'll meet again and I will unfold More of their history, more I'll relate-- Good-dey my deer readers, I must go, it's lete.n - uifff. Thirty-Two

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Mleiils. WHO'S WHO IN SOPH CLASS? You ve noticed that smile that is on Superintend- ant Weyermann's face as he leaves the Sophomore Home Room meetings and have you wondered what caused it ? Nineteen, energetic, lively, fine-looking high school boys and girls--his bunch! Is he proud of them? Just ask him! And here they are in person: First the three muskateers, Maxine France, whose big blue eyes and adorable French accent have broken --how many hearts? What will Margaret Arbogast, ono of the class's ravishing brunettes, do when the Senior graduates? One especially. And the third musketeor, Phyllis Van Kirk, who never gives up hoping 'that gentlemen still prefer blondes. And they seem to, do- n't they, Phyllis? Bill Dawson. Watch out! Hero he comes, and there he goes. And next on the program is dark-haired, vivacious fun-loving, Eloise Smith. Edna Hogberg--is the baby of the class and you'd recognize that baby talk in Piccidilly! Estelle Harvey--Has such gorgeous red hair, but have you found thy tempers? Is chivalry dead? No girls, La Verne Hills is a gentleman, always. Is Cecil Martin a Ladies Man? Despite those lov- ing glences that the Freshmen girls send htm, he,re- mains a "one woman man." Edward or NHumpyN Nollmeyer makes a fine lawyer, basketball player, bookkeeper genius, nenergeticn hist- ory student and star actor. Page thirty-one



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Front Row: fLeft to right.l Phyllis Van Kirk, Margaret Arbogast, Maxine France, Mr. Weyermann, Linda Willging, Erma Thompson. Marie Towne. Second Row: iLeft to right.l Henry Foster, Helen Day, Estella Harvey, Eloise Smith, Jeannette Baker, Edna Hogberg, La Vern Hills. Third Row: fLeft to rightl Cecil Martin, Fred Burnett, Kenneth Allen, Bill Dawson, Dick Lynn, Ed Nollmeyer. m QDjOp!'L0ll1U1'0 Ggjass The class noted for its energy, endurance and enthusiasm. The class that's not afraid to tell the Seniors what's what. The class full of pretty girls and smart boys-tl1e Sophomoresl Maybe they didn't do as much as Frosh but they have certainly proved themselves a capable, dependable and peppy Sophomore class. One of the first undertakings was a party held near Thanksgiving. They took part in the Christmas program and successfully put on a play for the benefit of the student body. Many of their members served on committees which made the basketball banquet a success. Their enthusiasm and pep did much to further the Senior ball. All in all, you may expect big things of the Sophomores in the future. Watch their smoke!

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