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

 - Class of 1928

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. 5 su f I ' 5-- ff'kn, JTEDENT BODY GOVUREMENI. ' A The school year ofIl927Ml928 witnessed a change in the form of Student body Govern ent in the Jigh School. Ihe new organization is still in the Yarn of an experiment and if successful will require several years trial. Under the new plan there is an eiecutive body called the Student Council which legislates on all matters Cfinancial and otherwisel of grdirarg ime portance. The Student Council is made up of the executive officials oi the Boys and Girls Elub: and ,representatives from each class, The purpose of this torganization is to more closely unite all school act- 'ivities. The Student Council elects its svn ,-i. officers i and makes their own rules of prodedure. The treasurer of the Student Council handles all money earned by the different organizations of the school but keeps a separate account for each. The Council is limited powers by a constitution which defines tne powers of the Council and the Student Body as a whole. . i During the first semester the following mem- i bers were elected: , ' L Boy's Club--Howard Umith, Ralph 5pringer, Art Derby and Melvin 5nyder. r iGirls' Club--Margaret Boyd, Thelma Bergren, Gertrude Allen, Lois Logue. - in: W ' ' ' 'I 'I' ' Y U Classes---Ernest bpringer, nedine hoore, fRussell Lee, Esther Erase. Advisors--Miss HcKnight and Mr. Eminger. f V At the first Council meeting the following offi- cers were elected: President Margaret Boyd, Vice- rPresident, Ralph Springer, Secretary Thelma Bergren, Treasurer Russell Lee. ' if The new officers took up their work immediately' land a plan for Student Participation for controlj in fthe Study Halls was discussed. A committee was ap- Wpointed to write to the different schools asking them iwhat methods they were using in carrying on Student ,Participation in their school. Many valuable sugm lgestions were recieved end the Council was very busy drawing up a set of rules and regulations suitublc for our school. Q,, In reply to a letter written to Mr. Pegg, inq- uir- g how Student Control was carried on in Wenat' - k the w i +6

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+ , -s-L---............,,,,I,o:ic,img. M I ..... ..., Mm ., ! I ff" Bors' CLUB if X toon' 'rj 1 - -- f The Boys' Club also handled the snowball question My making three rulesg Through the cooperation of all Qthe boys they were able to prove their power as they had to deal with only two offenders, I guess that was enoughg no other fellow would dare to break the law on this question. ' in .. - A 5 . At the close of the first semester we elected the officers for the second semester: 5 1 in V President - ---- --fq- Melvin Snyder fm g Vice-President - ----- Arthur Derby I Secretary -- ---- n--- Ernest Springer I ' , TTCBSUJBI -- ---- e--- Ralph Springer 1 During the second semester the club continued its Qstudy of High School Boys Problems and also took up. fthe subjects of social relationshipsg hcw to prepare' ffor a college careerg what vocation to engage ing how :to find the vocation you are fitted for. h ' g Mr. McCormick says that he feels the club has ibrought to he boys something which will be of great Q ivaluc in the future, when they have to engage in earn- i'n their living. He also says that the club should .1 S Qhavc brought out to every boy the value of the educat- fion he is receiving in high schoolu . S The boys of the club wish to extend their ut- gmost thanks to Mr. McCormick for the splendid ideas 'he has given them and for the guidance throughout the syear of '27 and '28. The boys hape the club will be 'A :one of the regular activities in years to come. ? z ' ' a- s as-be i 1 i i I I i , F P t ! 9 I ix g fd B tuii ---.....r U A



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edJ. i LOHOA....ir YH 'We received en invitation to send three or four dels f cgates down for e days visit at the school to see for themselves how things were managed. The Council decent ed the invitation and the follo'ing .f', Committee urs sentg to visit W.H.5. Mildrei Boyd, Vere Bersing, Jesse Land7 James Gray. This committee received nnny helgrul lQG83 , By means of petitions Stu6ett efntrtl nxt .41. dt lnsti obtained in three Study Hellsg while thosi u w ,f me not l perfect by any manner of menus we oflieve that it has been n good thing for P.H.S. and een be node a t real success by'a little work ine the uooptrntien of every member of the High School, without this it is sure to fail. , Uwing to the fact that Student Government is relet ively e new thing to every one here and because things are constantly arising that we were unmole to look n- , head and see we have not drawn up Q permanent const- itutuon. ' At the beginning of the basketball season the Council sponsored n sales campaign for Season Athletic Tickets. The Financing of the Annual and Debate was l also backed by this organization. The year of l928 has been very successful ns fer as finances are con-, cerned. A At the present time e committee is formulating a set of rules which will govern all study periods hav- Q ing Student Control. thus, every student end monitor will knpw what the stendnrs of conduct are in all study eriods.. It is hiped thnt thru such Q set of rules' Q great many of.the difficulties which have arisen will e erased. . " I Student SelfuGovernment is based primarily upon the individual student ------- a nch Student must have the ri uct and school citizenship. etermine the ultimate success s e member of L group. ght attitude toward con- This attitude will or failure of Student ov't in P.H.S. we believe that there has been a rect deal of improvement in'a hat this form of.orgnnizeticn ss and hipe to see it eontinu ttitude this year and has been a great suce ed another year. B i

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