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

 - Class of 1932

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DMA The Business Manager is ' ctly ponsible for selling the tickets and the collection o the money.- From year to year, if finances permit, the constitution provides for the publication of an Armual. The faculty nominates.the editor, the associate editor and the business manager. The nominations are then passed on by the student body. After the editors and elected, they choose the other member of This year we are the only school in ley that have finances enough to publish the business manager are the staff. the Upper Wenatchee Val- and Annual. We feel proud that such a small school as ours Ins a financial systan which per- mits so many endeavors. Under the present Garfield Plan the tickets of the Associated Students permit the members of P. H. S. to attend the following functions, besides receiving their semi-monthly Hi-Log and their annual: all P. H. S. basketball games, Senior Play, Orchestra- Glee Club Concert, Dramatic Class Play, Basketball Banquet, and includes Club Dues, Class Dues, Associated Student Dues. The Business Manager, Bob Pendleton, has banked approximately 8600.00 for the Associated Students of Peshast in High School, which in turn has been budgeted to the various organizations with- in the student body, We are certain that no other school in tin valley has been able to give to its stuients as much in the line of school activites for so small a cost as 85.20 for the student body ticket. Too we feel that this system of financing that has been adopted has caused the students to spend their money most carefully and as a result receive the most for same. By May Pendleton 181111311 THE HI LEADERS CONFERENCE October the twenty-sixth, nineteen thirty-one, four delegates were selected by the faculty to represent Peshastin High School at the University of Washington Hi Leader's Conference in Seattle. The delegates selected to go were: Lucille Van Kirk and Ernest Springer fran tm Senior Classg Quincy Carrell and Della Thompson from the Junior Class. Miss Esther Ann Reister acted as Adviser and chaperone . The students started to Seattle, Wednesday afternoon the twenty-sixth of October. They spent the night at the home of Rev. ard Mrs. I. F. Reister of Tacoma. The next morning the delegation drove to the University campus to register. The girls were lodged at private homes, while the boys were quests of the fraternity hOUS8S. Lucille attended the Girl Leader's Conferences and round table discussions. Quincy and Ernest went to the Boy Leader's conference sessions on Thursday. Friday Quincy and Della attended -twenty-eight- V

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A-'--If A he A 32 OUR on 14 FION This year our old constitution was found inadequate for the changed conditions. A committee of class representatives met with Mr. 'Faulkner several times and produced a constitution almost en- tirely unlike the old one. Aside from the executive positions, the other student body officers are: a literary critic, a historian, a yell leader and his assistant, and a school news reporter. All officers, except the critic, who is one of the teachers, and the yell leaders are elected from the .Tunior and Senior classes. There are three departments of this organization: literary, athletic and social. The Literary Committee is composed of four sections. The president of each class appoints two boys and two girls to act with him on literary subjects. A committee of five members head the social' department. The committee is appointed by the student body president. They choose their adviser. The Scholarship Corrmittee has also five members, appointed by the president. It is to encourage higi standing annng the students. This canmittee posts the honor roll and averages the grades of tm Seniors to determine the Valedictorian and the Sal- utatorian. By May Pendle ton serxxxuxxx PESHASTIN HI'S FINANCIAL SYSTEM When tts Hi Leaders came back from the conference at the University of Washington last fall, they brought with them the plans for a financial system called the Garfield Plan, which, with modifications, was applicable to our school. It provides for one central treasury for all high school organizations, which in turn receive a percentage allotment of the entire budget. A financial committee composed of representatives from each class and organization, with the student body president presiding, regulate the student funds. At the beginning of every semester the committee meets to budget the money. The duties of this committee are to decide the number of student activities to be included in the Associated Student Tickets, to determine the per- centage allotment to each organization, to publish material per- taining to the Garfield Plan and to regulate the printing and the selling of the Associated Student Tickets. -twenty-seven-



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f ll the Press Conferences if I the arned some important facts about newspaper and ann al work. est attended most of the Publication Manager's sessions where he heard lectures on adver- tising, financing a high school paper and other school business problems. Miss Reister attended the girl's section for the Ad- visers and the conference of Washington School Methods, where she heard of the Garfield Plan which has been introduced into our high school since then. Thursday evening about five hundred delegates were entertain- ed at a banquet in the Home Economics building. Friday evening the conference delegates were the guests of the R K O Orpheum theater. They were given free tickets to the Washington-Whitman football g e Saturday afternoon. The Peshastin delegates and the adviser returned to Miss - Reister's home in Tacoma, Saturday evening. After a fisit to ' the State Capital Buildings in Olympia Sunday morning, they start- ed their homeward journey in "Old Chief" early Sunday afternoon. Sunday night the group passed the smoldering remains of the Blum plane wreck which occurred on Snoqualmie pass only an hour or so before they arrived. Monday morning when the delegates returned to the school, they presented very enthuiastic reports of their journey to they coast. Superintendent Faulkner arranged the daily program thru the weeks in such a way that the representative were each given an opportunity to give detailed accounts of the conference as well as their trip to the coast. From their experience and their gained concerning school activities, of the school and the direct benefit by the student, Peshastin make every great amount of knowledge they urge that for the good derived from such a conference endeavor that her' high school be represented at these coast conferences in the future years.- Iklkilllllllilkiklliifrk GIRIS ' CLUB By Lucille Van Kirk This year marks thc first appearance- of a Girls' Club in Peshastin High. Our club was organized last fall. When the Hi Leaders went to the University of Washington, they brought' back some material on club work. Our officers are chosen for a one-year term. The president and the vice-president must be from the Junior or Senior class, but the secretary, the treasurer, and the Sergeant of Arms can be from any class.. A coimcil, which a representative of each class, acts to Club activities. -twent y-nine - is made up of officers and upon all affairs pertaining

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