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

 - Class of 1933

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1 391 1. A - 'W'-T7 X:-'lf' J' ... ,Y r . Y I A .1 x Y .-,. .7 5-sg ,f - - -' . U -GUE This year completes the second year in which the Girls' League work has been carried on in the Peshastin High School. Every High School girl is automatically a member of this club. The officers taking charge this year were: President, Jeanne Newell, Vice President, Ida Fcrrol'3 Treasurer, Dor- othy Sauerg and Sergeant at Anms, Ethel Bersing. In this club each class had a representative to act with the officers as a 'Girls' Council? also the 'Knights of the Roundtablen an WHon- or Soeietyn is sponsored by itsi Alta Nickeson is League Seo- retary. . Many things have been acc mplished this year in Girls' - League. The first large project was the the making of the Song and Yell pamphlets. A yell contest was held and the best songs and yells were put into the book. The winners cf this contest were the following: Jane Caughey, Loraine Werner, Rose Heerman for songs, Raychel Fisher, Jessie Foster, Tena Willging for yells. Ida Ferrel was chairman of the Pamphlet Committee. She gave a great deal of her valuable time making the project a success. As we were unable to purchase a blanket for our Club Room two quilts were madeg one a friendship quilt, pieced by the girls and quilted by the P. L. F. Club, ther other, a crady quilt made by the Civic Club. . Candy was also sold and the money turned into the Student Body treasury. Too, a clever program was prepared by the League Members for an Assembly program. All in all the girls feel that they have had a very successful year. Py Virginia Paul BOYS' CLUBA ' 6 P,H,5 X4 Under the leadership of our adviser, ' Paul McCormick, the Boys' Club was re- E fx. uf-5' W ': 7' tl: bm CAUES - N organized at the beginning of this school year. The officers elected were: Elwood Cox, Presidentg Dick Tarlington, Vice- Presidentg Ray Schillereff, Secretary- ! Treasurerg Louis Wagoner and Charles Springer, Sergeants-at-Anms. A Committee composed of Mr. McConnick, Elwood Cox, and several of the other members investigated the Club's old con- stitution, After it had been revised, it was presented for ap- proval by the Boys' Club. W f'a It was accepted after several amend ments were added.

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at .rife " 1. " K qy!I s S As soon as finances permitted, The Editor, laeociatefiliditor, and the Business ' Manager of the paper were chosen by the Fac' ulty. Soon afterward, these three students, acting with the teachers, selected the following staff: THESQ!k LOG' dzxL9rr iiiiigh aiftfga - Edit0r'in'Chiefo o 0 u c s - o 0 o o .Jeanne Newell Associate Editor. . . . Virginia Paul Business Manager . . . . . . . . . . .Bruce Towne Feature Editort l 0 0 o 0 0 o U o 1 0 .Loraine Werner Sports Editors . . .Louis Wagoner. . .Dorthea Stewart Social and Literary Editor. . . . . . .Anna Steinbach Hu or Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . ... Rosie Heerman Copy Editors . . . .May Pendleton and Ida Ferrel Reporters . . . . Lula Wagoner and Carol Borg Cartoonist . . . . . . . . . . .Raymond Schillereff TypistsqoncsoaooeooooooooId9.FeTI'e1 Nhnmographjitaff. .SER McGinnis! Ed Borg, Carol Borg fig ,NN , fig, ' 1' "' ro ,, JE is N :J D I ' ' ' -h..l:!.9.137..EQ,B..'V5 e . ,.' Faculty Adviser. 0 0 IHQ 0 I o .Miss Mary E0 Rettie Cmumercial Adviser. . . . . . Miss Esther Ann Reister When the general staff was complete, they elected Miss Mary E. Rettie, Faculty Adviser, and Miss Esther Ann Reister. This took place in October. The first paper came out in Nov- ember, and did it takeS?1 The paper has been published every month since and every one has enjoyed it. Some of the first issues were sent to other schools with a request that they send theirs in return. Those agreeing to do this were Cashmere, Qmak, Chelan, Wenatchee, Dryden, and Leavenworth. It seems that these exchanged papers are en- ioyod--at least several persons had their favorite of the Wex- changes'. For instance: We noticed that Bob Lynn and Dick Fisher are both interested in Leavenworth girls and papcrsg Virginia Paul in'Cashmere boys and papersg Jeanne Newell in Wenatchee papers, and --------- Aye-who?!!! The paper'has been v uccessfully published- at every low cost this year. s Uust ask anyone if- itgifsnhb A 'WELL' afylu PAPER p :- p 4- By VirginiagPaul--Q



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B'?Nf"' ,NC '-L xg '-.113 ' " .-:'Q,..x" F"-s 'Tun 'x 1' K' "H re,-S fwif 1 Ar ...lg HF.. S in if-.Q 141.7151 iff! The Boys gave states: ktsWH3or'foi4Qheir Fathers which proved to be a great su:coss,' They also sponsored various ed- ucational pictures, lectures, and the Glee Club Concert of the College of Puget Sound. Too, at various ttnes the club members did work around the school, such as cutting down the weeds and shoveling a drive way or parking space. These are just a few examples of the things our Boys' Club has accomplished. The boys feel very proud of their club. Much has been gained thru the co-operation of it members and as a whole has proven a great success. By Henry Xnch xxxxxxx THE FINANCE CGWJFTFEE When the Executive Board was organized one of its duties was to take care of the finances of the Student'Body but it soon became evident, because of the size, that it could not do so quickly and competently. i Thus the Finance Committee Nsprangn into existance. The members, Alta Nickeson, Jane Caughey, Jeanne Newell, May Pend- leton Csecretaryl and Quincy Carrell Cchairmanl were appointed by the President of the Student Body and Mr. Weyermann, the adviser- - This body has taken care of all matters pretaining to fin- ance. It has prepared two Wdepression' budgets, making it pos- sible for the students to receive the greatest benefits from their Associated Student Bodyxgiikets. By May Pendleton. THE EXECUTIVE BOARD All sections of the Student Body were represented on a' committee known as the Executive Board which was the control-b ling power behind the Student Body organization. This Board took the place of the Executive Com ittee of last year, yet it was about twice as large and with more or- ganizations represented therein. There were five com ittees which were subordinate to the Board: The Finance, The Amendment, the Nominating, the Scholar- ship and the Social Committees. ' Those who composed the Board are: The Student Body Offic- ers, the Girls' and Boys' Club Presidents, the Athletic Manag- er, the Literary Manager, the Chairman of the Scholarship and the Social Com ittecs. Quincy Carroll was chairman and Joanne Nencll,sccretary. The other members were Alta Nickeson, Jane Caughey, Elwood Cox, Bruce Towne, Dorothy Sauer, Edward McGin- nis, May Pendleton, Ida F -he ,f1: --s Baker, Robert Iynn,, 5. Loraine Werner, Mr. McCor ick and Mr. Weyermann. i

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