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Page 124 text:
H I -WHL'5 EHS IN IBSHLSTIN HIGH. - yl
First Second n
'Host ?opulsr Girl 'p Margaret Boyd Thelma Bergren
Most Iopuler Boy
l rest Looking Girl
Best Locking Boy
Biggest tease Girl'
f Biggest tease Boy
iBig5est Feet Boy
lBiggest Feet Girl
Page 123 text:
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- . MARCH xx -
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f'lk2--More Exams. Dr,
5- Esther Frase is looking happy these days. '
CWe hear Frank is back againl l ,
6- Girls Advisory class takes 30 minute hike.
QTrying to keep that school girl figure?
7- Sad--sad stories--Report cards. -
9- Louis and Shrimp'in after schoolperiod
12--Boy's clean up baseball grounds.
p 15--Annual Staff give play at assembly.
p 16--Civic's class talks politics to students.
' 'Will miracles never cease. fMrs.-Elowson, last i
years English teacher visits school.
16 -Brooks has his Anglish--No Class.
19--Girl's Chorus gave sketch to advertise.
Operetta.5 - . ' . H .
20 -High Schoolattends funeral of Duncan Baby. fi
i 21--HJust another day'wasted avay.U 1
l 22 -Boys practice baseball.
M 23 -High-school Operetta given. - 4
'26--Spanish 2 class finish their book.
X Brooks: Hope I'll never see another Spanish book.
I Girls Advisory meets after long absence of time .
l 27--High'5chool gets'freshair during school-- " 1
-M Flhd DRILL! '
26--High school Boys regular attendance in agter
I school study period. CThey were late, for .
,they didn't know the time, f , ,
29--Ralph falls down two landines of stairs.
50--Freshman prepare for April fools party to be '
given to the Dophmmorcs on baturday Night g
v March 51.
M Aiair f
Annual Staff vorkds day and night. 3
Debate team also-burns the mid-night oil. 5
Arril 20--Wenatchee--Peshastin Debate. .
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4--UKempyU Junior-benior llay.
il2--Junior Senior Banquet. Boys tear their hair to i
know which piece of silver to use next.
ANEUALS OUT! '
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Page 125 text:
1,7 T X TQ
' tx, THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION. usxs!
ff! The Parent-Teacher Association has enjoyed '
f a very successful school year under the guidance
A of very-capable officers. 5
Mrs. J. L. Johnson--President '
Mrs. Harry Baker--Vice-President
f Mrs. A. W. Frase--Secretary t
Mrs. August Warskow--Treasurer A
v At the county fair, Peshastin assisted with
A an exhibit for the county P. T. A. '
Q The summer rounduup of beginners was sponsor-
A ed by the P. T. A.
The first meeting of the year was held in '
v September. It was decided that the P. T. A. should
sponsor a play which would oe put on by the Leaven- T
W Worth Dramatic Club. 'The proceeds were given to 1
the Annual Staff to help erase a deficit from last
No meeting was held in October, but, early in
November at the second meeting there was a discus-
sion concerning hot lunch. It was decided to have -
hot lunch for two months, this to be served at H v
ithree cents a bowl. The committee which served on .
lhot lunches so ably was composed of Mrs. Baker, Liss.
Hoag, and Mrs. Springer. 5
At the December meetinl Mr. Emin er ave a sum- A
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T , , . ,. . . U
mary of Results of intelligence Testing in Peshastin.
ySchools. Mr. McCormick spoke concerning athletics.
The January meeting was for the purpose of dis-
cussing Home Study Problems. Some very interesting.
questions were put forth and some like comments made. f
t this meeting the P.T.A. assumed the sponsorship. 3
f the Boyd Scouts at Peshastin. A
y The February meeting vas turned over to the-Boy
Scouts, who gave an interesting program.,f, . ,
d Mrs. Bowersox gave a very interesting and help4 L
ul talk at the March meeting. Mr. Darlington gave l
report on the financial situation of the District. A
A After most of these meetings refreshments were
servedg this added to the sociability of the evening.
d The annual goes to press before the election of Y
fficers for neyt year is held, but we look forward
O a very successful y arf for the year has seen the ,ffg
"d memberships elim to eneshundrei and four. ff '
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