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Page 96 text:
April 5-6. Mr. McCormick absent from school due
to throat ailment.
April 12. Spring Hop dance put on by a group of
Seniors--very good dance and nyou may lay to thatn.
April 15. Interesting talk given by Mrs. Thornton
on health. Dryden High School visits P.H.S. to listen
April 17. Four boys attend Pullman Conference. Co
eds require chaperones.
April 17. Seniors give Juniors a rollicking,
frollicking Weiner roast.
April 22. Princess Peshastin elected. Carol Borg
was the lucky and fair one.
April 26. Senior Ball. Gne of the most opoular of
school functions. Very successful!
April 29. Queen Jean and party visit. Po-oo--buy.
May 5. Practical demonstration of light atoms,
etc. by representative of light company.
May 4. Festival--nuff said.
Nay 6. Back in school and broke. Six Weeks exams.
May 10 Skating party. We fa down and go boom!
May lO Six weeks tests over. Hot dog!
May 15 Election of student body officers.
May 18 Annual Ir.-Sr. Banquet. Yum! Yum!
June 4. Class day. Hilarity chief dish of evening.
June 7. Commencement. Nineteen members of the most
excellent class of 7557 rise and receive diplomas.
Farewell Diary, I am one of the nineteen.
June '. Picnic. A last hour with you, Diary.
Heigh Ho, everybody. And Good Luck!
Page 95 text:
supervises activities for a day.
February 12. Miss McClew hurries to class.
February 15. Everything going smoothly although
we do hear that some of the fair sex are running temper-
atures. Well! Now girls, it must be the climate.
February 2l., Vacation. Salutattons to George
' February 27. Just another jolly old student body
March l. Tournament week. Wenatchee once more
cops the cup.
March 5. Oo-la-la- M'sieur ze operetta ees on
eets way--Hot dogs and Saspirella.
March 6. Maxine in a blue and pensive mood gazes
out of the window. Ohum it must be spring. Kirby drops
back to sleep.
March 7. Congratulate the student body. At least
they don't bite each other during a student body meeting
as did the state legislature members. we hear that the
state legislatures farewell is--uso long--I'll be biting
March 15. P.H.S. Glee clubs Won the airn--in the
air--and Out of the air.
March 23. And It Rained presented to the interest-
ed public. A good time had by all.
March 25. The colossal basket ball banquet given.
Oh, my! the speeches. A great success.
April Fool and all other forms of extremely ro-
mantic and beloved greetings.
Dorn: n-ir1'h+1r..:: vain
Page 97 text:
'TIP FOR ATHLETES
Mac: Where did you ever learn to jump?
Kirby: Playing Ch ekers. v
, ANOTI-EER Rnernr l
Miss McClew: What makes the ToWer'0fPisa Lean?
Irwin Le Barre: Wish I knew, I mould sure take some.
NSorry, you'll have to cetch us fiTSt'n
An ad found infnngazine in library.
HLct us ten your hide.N
Wife: John, tomorrom is our silver wedding. Why not
kill the pig?
John: What's the use of murdering the poor pig for what
happened 25 years apo.
Milton Neher: I saved a gg i last night.
Frank Neher: Howzat?
Milton N her: Had two--saved one for tonight.
AIN'T IT in
Alfred Fuller: Crapping vigorously on desk during senior
class meeting! NAll right Urder Please.H
Hugo Werner: Iawaking suddenly? WBowl of chili.H
The joke editor says: girls who won't stoop to put-
ting on overshoes may rise to a higher temperature.
Cora: Do you sleep with your window up or down.
Helen: I don't sleep with my window at all.
Shall ve have e friendly game of cerds.
UNO let'f play bridge ----
Johnnie can you define nonsense?
Yes, an horse hanging over a cliff with his tail
tied to a string. '
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