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1 Friday evening Pecemeer 16, the Freshman class
. went on the school bus to Cashmere to see Peshastin bo
11play with Dryden. They returned on the bus to the schgil
'house where'they played many games and had a Christmas
itree 'which meant exchanging of gifts. ,.
' D ,After lunch they piled into two sleighs to take
1the members of-the class home. It was reported 4'
Tthat none get home until December l7, but they all had
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it ,Mi1Cn'Saturday December l7, an unique Christmas ,'
dinner party was given for the Seniors and faculty at
tthe School Auditorium.
H, .Games were played in the early part
evening, followed by a dainty luncheon.
laid for twenty-one.
Q ' After the much enjoyed refreshments, Santa ap-
ipeared bringing toys for all Seniors and Teachers.
1 ' ' ' - 'H f H 1 l humorous
l A good time followed, everyone to d
1stories and listened to the.rad1o. ihe '
swell spent and all left wishing everyone a Merry
iChristmas. ' . .
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i i1The month of January witnesscd,mang skating andg
eoastin parties in the lower classes. m1th's
ilake seems to be the most popular place for these ou
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High School Party.
Cn February ll the Girls Club gave the Uoysv
y ' ryone in the High School -
Club a valentine-party. uve - . Q
was requested to come dressed as.a kid and it was 1
' A '- o 2 o all and still
surprising how the boys acted natura y 1
were'cute kids. -Z
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FREQHKAE IEITLTIOF. .
The three upper classes in the Girls' Club gave
a surprise party for the Beeshman girls on September
29 at 2:45 in the High School Auditorium. All the
lady teachers of the faculty were invited to parties
The Fresh girls were made to go thru several
stunts and received rewards of green paper hats and
green all day suckers.
A program consisting of vocal solos, piano,
solos, and readings was then enjoyed by all present.
All had an enjoyable time. Refreshments con- ,
sisting of cookies with green ice and green lemonade
were served at five o'clock.
FILST HIGH SCHOOL PZLTY?
But the girls didn't Lnow it was going to be..
This is how it was. The girls of the High School
were invited to a surprise party on Lbs. Eminger and
no boys were to be present. The girls shrieked when
they came to the party and saw the boys and no Hrs.
Eminger. She was in Wenatchee and :new nothing about
it. The boys had pulled a joke on the girls, in fact
we think that it was a frame up.
The evening was spent in playing peppy QGHCS and
listening to an excellent program furnished by the
The refreshment committee served a dainty lunch
at lO o'clock, the girls left declaring that the
boys were much better hosts than we would have ever
given them credit fot being. .
SOPHOIOHS CLASS PARTY.
On Wednesday November 24 the Sophomore class
entertained the Freshman class at a lively Thanks-
giving party. The evening was spent in playing
wmes and listening to music. Refreshments were
H6 ed, by the committee, at lO o'clock. I f
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, The entertainm nt of the evening was kid games-
and a valentine box. Refreshments consiting of
Sherbert, cake and punch, were served before everyone
went home, all spent an enjoyable evening. .
Friday evening February 17, the Seniors gave
the Juniors and High School faculty a George Wash-
ington's party. Orin Miles received first prize
for a series of games by scoring the most points and
Joe Keizer the Ubooby prizen by scoring the lowest
but everyone wanted to be, Joe, because he received
three all day suckers.
Refreshments were served in the Science Room,
which was tastefully decorated for the occasion.
Humorous jokes and interesting stories were told
at the table, by all who were wityy. Pipe organ
music was furnished+by a phonograph. All left for
home in high and jolly spirits. r,
The annual goes to press before the weather
Will permit any of the usual outdoor picnics and
Neinie roasts take place, but some of the classes
are already getting the fever. - A A
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