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of pictures. All those who were interested in this work were
asked to join. This club has met twice each week since it
began. , '
Booklets containing lecture material and magazine pictures
showing different lighting effects have been gathered together
into a notebook for reference. Each student engaged in this -
study has prepared a scrap-book of this type.
The construction of the darkroom and the contact printer
took a Wgoodn thme, but when they were finally finished, the
actual club work began. All those who could afford to print
pictures did so, while the others made picture frames and car-
Although this is the first year that Peshastin has had
this type of a club, the club members feel that it has been
successful enough to continue next year.
The officers elected for a one-year term were Jerry Van
Kirk, Presidentg Harold Werner, Vice Presidentg and Ethel Ber-
' The members of the club are: Ethel Bersing, Dorothy Sau-
er, Carol Borg,'Jerry Van Kirk, Irene Pendleton, Anna Steinbach
Porthea Stewart, Juanita Kelly, Anne Jolly, Annabelle Hazen,
Alfred Fuller, Charles Foster, Harold Werner, Charles Baker,
Milton Neher, Milton Kirby, Roy Van Kirk and .Tack Burris. Even
greater results are expected next year.
By Virginia Paul
The Lettenmenis Club has not been very active this year i
because the Letters were not awarded to the players until the
night of the Basketball Banquet, April 28. Soon afterward, on
May 10, the boys went up to Ingalls Creek for their annual ear-
ly morning breakfast. Eve on te a great many pancakes which
were cooked by Coach McCormick.
JE By Bruce Towne.
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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
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
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.
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For several years' itmhaswbeenla custom in our High School
to award honor pins each year to students whose scholarship Q
has been com endable. These awards have been made according
to the standards of the National Torch Honor Society.
The students who received honor pins last year, recently
met and organized a 'Honor Society, an organization which nev-
er been active in the history of the school until now. May
Pendleton was elected Presidentg Ray Schillereff, Vice Presi-
dent, Ida Ferrel, Secretary.
High Attainment in scholarship, leadership, service and '
character development are the points most strongly emphasized,
by this Society.
Three very pretty pins are given to the members. Those
who have finished the Freshmen year receive a silver pin with
one bar of white on a field of redg and when one completes the
Sophomore year, the same kind of a pin is given, except that
it has two bars instead of one. The gold Torch pin, present-
ed at the end of the Junior year, may be kept if the student
receives the proper number of points by the end of his Senior
' The members for this year are: Quincy Carrell, Ida Fer-
rel, May Pendleton, Virginia Paul, Dorothy Sauer, Raymond
Schillereff, Walter Hopkins, Anna Steinbach and Robert lynn.
This Society has been quite active this year and it hopes
that in ensuing years it will continue to influence the schol-
arship of our school. By Virginia Paul
The High School Constitution provides for a Scholarship
Co mittee of four members, one from each class. This year the
committee has been composed of Dorothy Sauer, Chairman, a Jun-
iorg Bruce Towne, a Seniorg Robert Lynn, a Sophomoreg and Iu-
anita Kelley, a Freshmang Paul J. McCormick was the adviser.
This committee averaged the grades and posted the Honor
Roll each six weeks. It also determined who should be the
Valedictorian and the Salutatorian of the Senior Class.
This year the committee changed the requirements for at-
taining the Honor Roll so that it now requires an average of
'BW, while last year the re uirement was a straight HBO.
The encouragement o c scholarship was the par-
ticular interest of the C ittee. Requirements for
committee membership have N lso been raised. Perhaps
next year it can encourage X-erfnmre names to appear on the
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