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Page 40 text:
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Virginia Wilt is quiet, polite but a valued friend
watch it, here he comes. Small, dark, snapping
eyes--Don Lilienthal, better known as nShadow.N
Clarence Gross'is our promising basket ball player.
Etheline Goffinet is also following a music career
and here's luck to you, Etheline.
Always ready for fun--can you guess? Patricia Jane
Cattanach, better known as nPat.U
Elmer nSpudn Werner can usually be seen teasing all
those available from his perch
Everett Cross, the WDuckW
to get his ubinder.U
Frances Kelly is the envy
is the recipient of many long,
on a bicycle.
of the class is always off
of her friends in that she
interesting, but myster-
Eloise Harvy is a mischievious girl and often on the
Kathleen Baker, takes prizes with her cakes, and in-
cidentally makes our mouths water frequently.
Another basket ball player small, but powerful is
Albert Hauff. He gets all the applause.
The pride of the class is our beautiful and talented
Kathryn Newell is our dramatic Nartisteu, clever and
friendly to all.
Harry Heerman never fails to play his pranks at every
turn of the teacher's back.
Arline Zigler, our petite pianist, wishes to play an
organ in a cathedral some day and judging from her begin-
ning will fulfill her plans.
Page 39 text:
FRESHMEN'S CIASS VHO'S WHO
Whether the High School were. proud or not they had
to admit the class of 28 Freshmen. The adviser, Mr. Mc-
Cormack, is showing himself very capable with the re-
sults that he is obtaining from the following material:
First come-the class officers. There's the pres-
ident, Lyle Warman, a very studious boy and very polite.
Then there's Robert Platz, known-as nBobn secretary
and treasurer. His face always changes color when he has
There is Verlea Smith, our poet, artist,' and comic
student of the class, incidentally our vice-president.
Of course, there are a few good students, for in-
stance, Margaret Wilbur who wants nAN's on her report
card and she gots them.
There also is Mayscl McGregor, another good student
who always patiently replies to nMaysel, how do you do
the problems on page--?N
And there we have a set of twins, Jack and Pauline
Anderson. They will compete with anybody for a talk-
ing race--and win.
Alvin and Irwin LaBarre are polite most always,q
though still water runs deep.
And our youngest but not smallest class-member, La
As many say there would be no class without our
versatile pepster, Dorothy Bersing.
nBingoN namely, Elton Logue is our tiny but mighty
Arthur Hopkins, our steady member of the class in-
telligentsia is his teachers' joy.
Arlene Ziglar wishes to play in a big cathedral
someday and judging from her start will fulfill her
Page 41 text:
Front Row: fLeft to right.l Kathryn Newell, Arlene Zigler, Elaine
Mengelos, La Rue Burnett, Virginia Wilt, Mr. McCormick, Eloise Har-
vey, Pauline Anderson, Maysel McGregor, Margaret Wilber.
Second Row: fLeft to right? Arthur Hopkins, Jack Anderson,
Dorothy Bersing, Verlea Smith, Kathleen Baker, Patty Cattanach,
Frences Kelley, Etheline Goffinet, Don Lilienthal, Elton Logue.
Third Row: fLeft to right,l Elmer Werner, Robert Platz, Erwin
La Barre, Lyle Warman, Everett Cross, Clarence Gross, Alvin La
Barre, Harry Hermann, Albert Hauff.
'VQSZ1 1fVlCl II
In the fall of 1934, 28 students boarded the old Peshastin High
School train for a four-year journey. The engineer, Mr. McCormick,
through many dull days of riding and many sunny days is finally
reaching the end of the first year and coming to the beginning of the
The conductor, Lyle Warman, has been doing his best keeping the
passengers in order. '
After this journey of four years there is another to take and
maybe two or three, but there are always some who get tired of riding
so long and will drop off some place along the way.
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