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Page 68 text:
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'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-
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-,
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.
Page 70 text:
57 . .LOMQA c g
D E B A T E ----
Only two debates were held
f ct that few of the schools in
d bate teams, nevertheless, the
this year owing to the
the valley have had
members of the debate
siued have worked long and faithfully for the two debates
t ey have had. A
The first debate of the seeson 'H.fi fee held in the
yden High School January 4. Although, there were two
i experienced debeters on our teen we won the decssieng
e question for debate was Uhesolred that the President
A d Vice-president of the United States should be elected
or e single term of six yedrs.U Those from our high
chool who upheld the etfirmetive were, Margaret Boyd,
' elme Bergren, Melvin bnyder. MI. Hofflend the Prin-
ipel of the Dryden High School dcted es Chairmen while
lr. E. Davis, Revo Ratsch and Miss Ruby Long, ell of
ushmere were the judges. ' g
The lest debate will occure alter the annual has
een printed, It will be held Friday evening, April
O at eight ofclock in the Peshdstiu Edhool Auditorium,
Wenatchee High sehool will uphold the dffirmhtive side H
f the question: Resolved that the President and vice-
residcnt of the United States
ix year term. Peshastin will
entr- The members of our team
'helme Bergren, Russell Lees.
nd we think they deserve it.
M The Judges for this lest d
Hazhrd, Mrg Levi Tegner from we
Whrmen of ?eshdstin.
should be elected for e
give the Negative argue
will be Mnngdret Boyd,
we wish them success
ehdte will be Mr. Fred
netchee end Mr. J.A.
u A word of appreciation is due Mr. Chute, who has
uided so ably the efforst of our debate teams.
V Y I
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