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

 - Class of 1936

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the mysterious fnstnesses of these .peaksg it is no snnll wonder thntthey who ,wrote themselves into this bookfachose afna-me ,that suggests the'eternf1ly inspiring spirit of their surroundings. WLONOA' they chose, WUNTANEDW not in the lawlessness of ethe wild bronch or of the striking rattlerg but the indomitable upwwsrd pointing of the Cascades, that only' with the ages be worn down, the unceesing flow of the swift Wenatchee- that keeps her face to- werd the sesg the high-lifting of the clouds thrt some not down to s-'rdden earth with fog, but fleet eloft WYIGTG OWS m11Stt lift to view their befuty. . , , - ' And so on each page look for Lomoe, not the one the eye beholds but the invisible influences of Q spirit'unbroken, a faith-unshfk- en in P purpose undeunted.W So when you think of the ne-me "LOL?'OA".you may realize whit it has meant to past classes fnd it may mean just that m eh more to you. But speaking of the work WUNTAMEDW or of e spirit unbroken -brings us to our own FORWARQ on youthg for you is thft gift of nature that :remains as long ns one retfins a bright outlook on life and feels like life is worth living. In the future year when you look back through your copies of the annual of P. H. S. we hope that th. nwnmries freshened by your refding of the events recounted here will make you feel young el- though your hair may be gray. A I , There will be nnny events to recoil such es the Awards Banquet The Senior Bell, class parties, the Junior Senior Banquet or the picnic es the grand finrle of the year. Any of these may have been the place where you hed the nest fun. Or it may be thot athletics, music or dramltics will'hold the most pleasant memories for you. No matter what you have enjoyed the most, we hope you find a pleas- ant reminder of them here. , , Reed on! On into the pages of this yeer's book of memories and review those things we have enjoyed. And then, though they have been fun, be glad they are over for there are more years and more fun still to come. U ' 8

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THE E9ITOR'S NOTES Well friends and schoolmates, another year has gone by, and an- other edition of the Qomga is presented to you--the success of which you may judge for yourselves. 'The staff'hns worked dilig- ently to have this book ready for you at the earliest possible The Lomoa of 1928 showed a marked date, so--here you are. There are few major changes in this edition but there are sev- eral minor ones, such as the two added pictures of the Junior and Senior play casts and the WFashion Platen in the humor section. I Another thing noticeably changed is the interior art workeethe inserts separating the different sections for instance, are not like those of previous years but are done in color on the mimec- graph. The first thing you probably noticed, however, is that the cov- er design is that of the Indian Head which has become typical of this publication. Though there may be some things left out of this Lomoa most of the important events of the' year would have liked to include that we cannot is Emerson, since he was so popular while he was to be the custom for the Juniors to 1927 saw the first Lomoa presented ...... I In size it was about 6 inches by 95 forty-two pages. But regardless of very nice work done in it. One thing that we a picture of Mr. Ray here, are here. we find that it used Lomas. The year of to the students of P. H. S. inches and contained about its small size there was sons Looking back through annuals of past years edit the improvement in both size and contents. Since it was published when times were the best it was as large as any since then. The annual of 1929 carried out more of the ideas that we are still using. It also had a few more engravings than previous edi- tions. But why go into detail about the annuals of past years? Although we find much variety in the theme carried out, the art work or cover design, each carried out the fundamental purpose of the Lomoa--mainly to put together the events of the year in such a form that they may be kept and read at will. Perhaps you have forgotten the meaning of the nfme of our an- nual or maybe you never knew it. The FORWARD of the 1928 'Lomoa explained this and gave it a real significance. Let us look and see what it said. NHere at the foot of the unyielding mountains, crested with snow unsoiled by man, shrdowed by clouds with nothing between them and the eternal sun, beside the swift Wenatchee, itself just come from J -Y.: , ' ' -- , '. -5 .. , " . 4 7 H .



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Back row, tleft to rightl: Zelma Bitterman. Cora Craig, La Verne BF-rgren, Robert Jack. .loan McCoy, Eloise Smith, Marie Towne. Mid- dle row: Herman VVerner. lflstella Harvey, Kathleen Baker, Jeannette Baker, Dorothy Bersing, Linda Willging, Verlea Smith. Ellsworth War- man. Front row: Fred Burnette, Maxine France, Charles Gray, Miss Alt, advisor: Vvarren Paul, Phyllis Van Kirk. l11,,,i, eh!! Editor-in-chief YY,, ,Yi.... C harles C-ray Associate Editor ,,eY,,, .....Al M axine France Business Manager ....,,,,..,,,A,,, il,,,,, W arren Paul Assistant Business Manager ,,es,,l ,,,,. F red Bumette Boys' Activity Editor ..,...,,,., Y,.,,,.,s......s.,s,.,,s,,s,,,,,,s,,, B ob Jack Cirls' Activity Editors ,.,,.. e,,,,,, P hyiiis Van Kirk, Marie Towne Social Editor ,Y.,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,Y.s.,,,,..,,,.,,,,.,.vV,,, E. loise Smith fake Editor .,.,,...,,,..... .,,,,.,.,, C ora Craig Organization Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,7,,,, H eien Nickeson Slucien Body News Editor ..,,,. ,,,,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, L incia Willging Typisfs ,,..VV,,V..t,,t,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,....., J eannette Baker, Zeima Bitterman Mimfvgrafh Stuff ,..,.o,,77,,,,s,.,.,,t,,,t Ellsworth Warman, Roy Van Kirk Dorothy Bersing, Sophomoreg ,Ioan McCoy, Freshman. Historians ......,,,,.. ...,. Z elma Bitterman, Seniorg Marie Towne, Junior:

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