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Contrary to expectation, the meeting. of the'
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o P.T.A. for April was hmlQ in time oc that e report , u
i of this meeting could be printed in the Lnnunl.
i At this nextsto-last meeting of the year- 1
Y officers for next your were elected. Before the - 1
Q election several musical numoere were given oy e 'ri
violin trio consisting of Nadine and Dnrline I
l Moore and Dorothy Davenport accompanied by TES.
Moore. Jake and George French sang a duet and ' g
Annabelle Ziegler song two eeloe.
After,the program, delegates were elected to tho.
Y County Convention mhich ees held Snturdny! April le, ,
i at Entiptg Mrs. Baker, lhe. Johnson, uno hrs. Allen, Q
W Some discussion was held with regard to sending Q delj
i egatc to Longview. Nothing definite was decided mhouw
fthie mntter.q ' ' ' 3
M The election of officers followed this discussion
- Tire. !i.L.. Allen will be Qregsident. .
Hr. Charles Wright Vice-President 3
Mr. Leo Young will keep the records. 9
Ike. Wnrekow mill continue tv handle the funds. Q
' Beceuee of the lateneee of the hour lk. Eminger U
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i did not give his report--so the meeting was ndgorned.l
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' 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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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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During the month of October Peshastin High
School received an invitation from the University 1
to send two high school lenders to the Annual Con-
ference of High School leaders and Journalists. U
No funds were available at the timeg but some
very loyal supportere of the school donated sums .
ranging from twenty-five cents to e dollar,or more,
to make a fund of twentygfive dollars. ' " , 45'
Margaret Boyd and Russell Lee-vie're'ch'os'en
represnntatives to the conference. They uere,.. A
chnperoned on the trip by Misa. iMCKl'1ig1'lT'GT5t whotlrove
them over i-n her Dodge. , ' 1
Margaret and R'l1.SSC1l,,CF.l'lTQ1:b8,Ck -very enthusiastic J
.a'eoutJ,bt2udent' Participation in. school government, '
-and with valuable ideas and suggestions as to carry- Q
:ing it outlw A J' . N ,.. '-1 .,, 'I
' Pesha-.erin High School wi Shes to thank the foil- 1
.owing for having mnde possible this representrtioh l
at the Uonference of High School leaders., g h g J
re. Branthoover', , mr. Goff , '
.mr. o. V. Boswell nrt ruiier ,I I
,Mix Earl Wingate' nf - Mr. Darlington. 5
Mr. W. W. Towne W, Mr. BAL,1,Cho.pmc.n M
Mr.'Ber,sJi,ng -.L Mr.-lvIinge,l'os . " f
.b'i.m3Sionj5'ae5nd Son., Mr!.,l9g,i'n4.ll- w I
-Mr. Bosme.. -' ' M1'i'A'R.' Woods A 1
Mr. Sauer Q - -- 1 The Sopho1t1ore'CIasfs
Mr. J. A. Warme.n-- A The Freshman Class,
J. L. John-'son' The Junior Class U
Mr. W. Af Gibbons 'l'he'Senior Claes I
Mr. A. W. Frese '. TheAF:,cu1J.ty 'if
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