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Page 38 text:
LULA WAC-GONER .... ........ .............
ALMA SPANJER .......
DOROTHY WERNER ..,,.
NINA COFFIN ......
RosE HERMAN ,....
NAOMA LYNN ...... . . ........
CLARA WILLGING .,.... ........ S ide Center
HELEN DARLINGTON ,..................... .............. J umping Center
Q EIRLS' basketball was not organized this year until rather late in the season
therefore, no games were played in the regular schedule. But the girls practiced
regularly and played the following games:
Peshastin 16 Sunnyslope 30
Peshastin 15 Dryden 25
Peshastin 17 Dryden 16
Girls who turned out for basketball were: Naoma Lynn, Dorothy Werner, Helen
Darlington, Alma Spanjer, Clara Willging, Nina Coffin, Rose Herman, Ethel Bersing
Helen Link, Lula Wagner, Georgia Howden, and Harriet Link.
Although few games were played, everyone enjoyed them, and clean Sportsman
ship was shown on both sides.
fs Girls' basketball had no coach this year, but the girls wish to express their appre
.9 '41 ciation to Miss Parker for her help during basketball season.
"QA Page Thinyftwo
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52 555 52
GFdCl2 School Basketball
FRED Haurr ..,,... ...,...,.. C enter EMIL HAUFF. ,... , . ..,.. Guard
HAROLD WERNER ..... . . ,Forward JOHN HAUFF ......,, ,.,.... G uard
Louis WAGGONER ..,.. . . .Forward HERMAN WERNER ..... ,..., F orward
MR. T1cKNoR .....,.....,............,.,..,..,......,......., . .Coach
HE Grade School came to the front this year and proved what they could do if
they were only given a chance.
Despite the fact that this is the first year Peshastin has had a regular grade school
team, the boys won at least one game from every team in the valley except Wenatchee
Junior High. If Peshastin could have entered the tournament no one would have been
surprised to see us take the cup. If you do not believe so, note the fact that the only
time Cashmere won from Peshastin was by a lead of one point gained in a three
minute overtime to break a 5e5 tie. Also, Peshastin won both games from the fast
Both Leavenworth and Dryden were so badly beaten that they were not able to
recover enough to play a second game. The Peshastin boys spent their time defeating
the other teams in the valley.
The second team consisted of Edward McGinnis, Herman Werner, Billy Pearson,
Everett Waggoner, Robert Lynn, and Abbott Beacham.
The games played were as follows:
Peshastin 12 Dryden Peshastin 11 Wenatchee Jr. Hi 14
Peshastin 11 Cashmere Peshastin 18 Monitor 16
Peshastin 17 Leavenworth Peshastin 10 Wenatchee jr. Hi 11
Peshastin 5 Cashmere Peshastin 19 Sunnyslope 17
Peshastin 16 Sunnyslope Peshastin 3 East Wenatchee 18
East Wenatchee 16
Page 39 text:
3 Freshmen and confusion everywhere.
10 Mac returns to school. CMay his troubles all be little onesj
12 Student body elects officers.
Mr. Ticknor scratches his head over Geometry pupils.
Many weary hours are spent in learning the A, B, C's Con the Underwriterj.
30 Adaline's weakness arrives in town.
Peshastin Parrot is ublished.
Apple harvest in full swing. QMany boys absentj
Snubbers pouring over his History book.
9-10-11 Teachers' Institute.
20 Freshman-Sophomore Mixer, a good time had by all.
31 Halloween ! !Spooks !
Big party at M. W. A. Hall CGene was doing his bcstj.
Silas Marmer play given by the English II Class. The excitement was too great
for Mr. Ticknor when his seat slipped.
10 junior play practice starts.
11 Armistice Day Program. Everybody feels patriotic.
21 Somebody's birthday, guess who?
24 Boy's basketball begins Cmany hours are put in practicingl
29 Thanksgiving Cjiggs eats too many cranberriesj.
1 Brooks starts to school.
12 junior play "Sonny-Jane" given.
13 Juniors enjoy coasting party and "The Virginian" afterwards.
21 Hurrah for our side, petition was a success. Eight days for our Christmas vaca-
2 New Year is welcomed in. Back to school again.
3 Pie Sale! Everybody hungry.
4 Somebody is happy. CRalph arrives homeD.
5 Fred Johnson is relieved of his meanness.
9 Examinations are on their way. Gosh!
10 Snow, snow everywhere. Peshastin plays Cashmere in basketball game.
22 Chuck Dempsey gets the spats for ------- ?
23 Peshastin rades play Cashmere.
28 Margaret gray takes a flying leap down front stairs, and loses her heel. Cor was
it her soul?j
30 Is it cold? You tell 'em.
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