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The P. l'l. S. parrot
AT the beginning of the school year of 1929-30 the entire student body felt the need
for a relgular school paper. In past years occasional papers have been put out
by classes. hus a different group put out each paper and they had no chance to
benefit by their mistakes. So this year the High School Faculty chose the Editor,
Viola Lynn, and her assistant, Esther Keizer. The Editor and the Faculty Advisor,
Miss Parker, chose the rest of the Staff :
' ' ' ELBERT Lovrs
S ocicty Editor ..,. .......... L ois LOGUE
. . . . .ROBERT SPRINGER
. . . . .MARGARET G1aBoNs
. . . .4D0Ro'rHY FULLER
f FRED JOHNSON
Literary Editors .................,..
Sport Editor. .
joke Editor. . .
Art Staff .....
Mzmcogropb Stoj ..... . . . CLYDE GORMAN
Rcporterr .... .... 1 NINA COFFIN
The Student Body submitted names and then voted upon them and the name
P. H. S. Parrot was chosen.
The P. H. S. Parrot is published every two and one-half weeks.
During the school year there have been changes in the staff. Viola Lynn resigned
because she was chosen by the Junior Class to be the Editor of the annual. Elizabeth
Baker was chosen by the faculty to take her place. Dorothy Fuller became Society
Editor, and Gene Boswell and Ida Ferrel became Sport Editors.
The staff hopes that the work they have done will not have been in vain and that
in the years to come the P. H. S. Parrot will live.
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P. H. S. parrot Staff
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.. .MISS PARKER
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NED DARLINGTON JAMES GRAY
ELIZABETH BAKER MR. EMINGER HELEN DARLINGTON
THE state question for debate in the year 1929-1930 was: Resolved that inter-
collegiate and interscholastic athletics as at present conducted are more detri-
mental than beneficial.
The members of the debate team of Peshastin were Ned Darlington, Helen Dar-
lington, Elizabeth Baker, and James Gray.
The first debate of the season was at Ephrata, December 6, Peshastin u holding
the affirmative. The debaters were Ned Darlington, Helen Darlington ,and Eilizabeth
Baker. The negative team won by three pointsg however, it was a very close debate.
On January 10th the Quincy debate team came to Peshastin. Their debate team
was made up of two girls and one boy. They upheld the affirmative side of the ques-
tion. The Peshastin debaters, Ned Darlington, james Gray, and Elizabeth Baker,
upheld the negative. Peshastin won the debate by eleven points.
The most interesting debate of all was at Cashmere on January 31. Peshastin
debaters were Ned Darlington, Helen Darlington, and Elizabeth Baker. They upheld
the affirmative side of the question, While the Cashmere debaters, Florence Taylor,
Ralph Spear, and Curtis Taylor, upheld the negative.
It was a real peppy debate. I think both teams got a little personal and sarcastic.
Cashmere won by two points only and so the Peshastin de aters did not feel so
badly over the loss.
The last debate of the season was held in Peshastin High School. Pateros upheld
the affirmative and Peshastin the negative. There were three judges and their votes
were unanimously in favor of the negative team.
Ned Darlington and Elizabeth Baker took both sides of the question and took
part in all four debates.
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