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The Social Committee appointed last fall to plan the soc-
ial functions of the High School, is rnale up of a member of
each of the four classes. It differs S:-lgh'i'11,7 from that of
the preceding year in that there is no member at large.
The following have made up the membership of the Social
Committee for this year: Ervin Hatft, Fvesllmaxzg Edward McGin-
nis, Sophomoreg Ethel Bersing, Junivrg and gda ferrel, Senior.
The Committee, working with Sunerin+en6en+ Weyermann as
adviser, planned the Fresh Reception, Tie Basastball Banquet,
and the High School Picnic.
By Edward McGinnis
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FRESHM N RECEPTION
Friday evening, November ll, a reception in honor of the
Freshmen was held in the High School Gym.
Quincy Carrell began the program with a formal welcome to
the Freshmen. This was followed bf a response from Loraine
Evidently, by this tina the ?r'shmeo had begun to glory
Over the thcugnt that perhaps they were nat Going to be in-
itiated. Hcwover. their thouchts soon charged Ior, following
the formal program, thev were initiated into Tie ways of P H S
The first initiation stunt was an oy4hs'ght test. The
Freshmen were stationed in tno hall and one by one, they came
in and took the test. 4 paper sash with .yo holes was slipped
over the victim's head, Then he was recaested to leo: through
the ntelescopen and to ask questions as U 'Quit he could see'
and what he could not sec. liter tlis pniacns was completed,
the paper sack was turned anrund and the person mas let to the
other side of the gym. Uffigfxfphp Freshmen had taken.the
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test, they were al Jaan o -pgs, .gubgqi sack. Much to
their amazement, all ad da rg lack grea e-paint rings around
Another interesting stunt was the nerve test. Several
boys were chosen to take the test. They were asked to stand
up and hold their hands straight out in front. Glasses of
water were then placed on the back of their hands and the boys
were supposed to hold the glasses. Every now and then a glass
went crashing to the floor. At last every boy except one drop
ped out. There stood little Warren Paul holding his glasses
of water. Even though he was a Freshman, we had to admit that
he certainly had splendid control of his nerves.
Other games played during the evening were: ammusical-
talent test, Water Relays and Dressing Relays. Many Freshmen
were even seen riding Kiddie cars across the gym floor.
The Freshmen were
of course they enjoyed
served. All in all it
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cessfully, the Social
Banquet there also. This made it much more convenien
chefs and waitresses.
presented with little paper hats which
. After the program, refreshments were
was a great party. Much credit for
the Committee in charge.
By Ida Ferrel
A real event of the year was the
third annual Basketball Banquet held Fri
day evening, April 28, in honor of the
Loggers' Basketball Squad.
The last year's banquet was held in
the gym but since the Fathers' and Sons'
Banquet was served in the hall so suc-
Com ittee decided to hold the Basketball
t for the
The idea of nloggingn was carried through-out the Banquet
Everyone was a logger, and the hall, though beautifully decor-
ated in red and white,
the Basketball Boysg
ed as waitresses.
represented the Loggers' Mess Hall.
dinner was prepared by the mothers of
several of the High School girls act-
The first team men, H the second team men and
1amvAxhl6t1c Manager were A , presented with letters
by HR11 McCormick.
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