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LOMOA ANNUAL STAFF
Margaret Boyd-Assistant Editor.
Gertrude Allen-Business Manager.
Ralph Springer-Assistant Business Manager.
Joe Keizer-Circulation Manager.
Thelma Bergren-Calendar and Literary Editor
Vera Bersing-Society Editor.
Constance McDonald-Art Editor.
Marion Boswell-Mimeograph Editor.
Orin Miles-Sport Editor.
Joann Reister-Joke Editor.
Miss Alice McKnight-Staff Adviser.
Page 61 text:
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At the first of the year a Girls' Club was formed
in the high School under the supervision of Miss hh-
The purpose of t
he club is to foster a soirit of
good fellowship among the girls, create a wholesome
school spirit, encourage service to school and comm-
unity, sid promote scholarship-
Ai the first meeting the following officers were
elected: Eorgsrot Bc5d9Picsideng Thelma Bergrsri Vicei
presidontg Lois Iogue, Seuretofy' one Gertrude Allen,
Late in September the three uppper classes gave
Fresh girls s party in form or on initation. The col
scheme-green-was carried throughout the party. Ref- j
rcshments consisting of green lemonade, and green iced
cookies were served at five G'clock.
The club gave the boys s valentine party on Febt
ll. Everyone wame dressed as Q kid and the evening
was a great success.
the Christmas season the girls with the si
decorated the building with evergreen and
red paper which helped to carry out the spirit of goo
of the boys
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reading and discussing things that concern girls and
that help them in their school life. A dey or so a
week has been devoted to physical training indoors
ihis spring the girls in the Athletic Associetio
plan to enter the Track Tournament in Wenatchee. They
expenses of the blub have been met by the girls them-l
selves from dues and the proceeds from candy sales
A mothcr's tea is being planned for the after-
noon of Mhyll, to pay tribute to our mothers, the
hours will be from sour to six.
Without s doubt the club has been beneficial
and we sincerely hope that it will be continued in
the year the girls have spent their time
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