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The following p am w skyreseniffd F71 th Quincy Carrell
acting as toastmaster. L
Welco ing Speech . ...... . . Toastmaster
Response. 0 0 o u e e 0 0 e .Basketball Captain
Violin Solo . . . .... . . . . Grace Percival
Toast to the Loggers . . . .Bert Paul
'Alla Tarantella". . . . ...... Piano Solo
Presentation of Letters . . . . Coach McCormick
Second Team Letters 15 Rahs!
'Sing Me A Chantey".'. . . . . . Senior Quartet
Kuch, Cox, Towne, Carrell
'Anchors Aweiglne 0 l 0 0 Q 0 0 C I 9 Orchestra
It was not a formal affair since the girls appeared in
print dresses and the boys in "cords". This made everyone
feel at home and everyone really had a very good time.
During the last three years, the Basketball Banquet has
been considered one of the most important social affairs of
P.H.S. May it continue to be so.
By Ida Ferrel '
.TUNI ORS ENFERTAIN SENIORS
lednesday evening, April 19, Mr. Beecher's home was the
scene of a party given by the Juniors honoring and entertain-
ing the Seniors.
In the earlier part of the evening interesting games were
played and puzzeling contests were held. After this, Rummy was
played. Harold Wagoner and Raychel Fisher held the highest
scores and thus were presented with prizes.
At ten o'clock a delicious lunch of jello, cake and cof-
fee was served.
After lunch the giests danced the music being furnished
by Louis Kirchner. -qzhffs I7 .
This party was really a success since everything
was planned so well and to ff such an extend that eve one
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joined in and had a very good XT time.
By Ida Ferrel
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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
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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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SENIOR OUT- DOOR SUPPER
'Qt an Ni Since the Senior play cast did not have
K a party after the playlthe Seniors and others
L ' who aided in making "The Jade God" a successl
6995 celebrated by having an out-of-door supper in
" Derby Canyon on Thursday, May 4.
The party included the Seniors, Miss Reister, Mr. McCormick
Louis Wagoner, Dorothey Fuller, Bob Springer and Lula Wagoner.
The bunch left i mediately after school. The girls hiked
up but of course the boys had to ride in Mac's car. QAfter
going to school all day they seemingly wouldn't and didn't have
energy to hike a milel.
The supper consisted of steaks which were furnished by
Miss Reister, and french fried potatoes, bread, butter, pick-
les and rolls donated by the students.
About 7 o'clock, one and all loaded Winn and nonn Mac's
car, and the party proceeded homeward, everyone happy and de-
claring he had a good time.
xxxxxxxx Ida Ferrel
The MOTHERS of the High School girls were honored guests
on Friday afternoon, May 12, at a Tea sponsored by the Girls'
The Tea was given in the Science Room which was beautiful-
ly decorated in pink and white crepe paper. The tea table was
placed in the center of the room with chairs around the Walls.
Ida Ferrel poured, while Viola Frase, Dorothy Sauer, Anne
Jolley and Helen Duncan served.
The following program was given:
WWelcome to Our Mothers? . . . .Ida Forrel
Violin Solo. . . . . . . . .Grace Percival
Reading. . . . ."MOTHER". . . Miss Rcistel'
Piano Solo. Q s s Q l 0 o n 1 Coppock
A Tribute. . . HOUR MOTHERSn.Jessie Foster
Vocol Solo. . . . . . . . . . Lula Wagoner
WThat Wonderful Mother of Minen
Response. . . . . . . . . . .Mrs. Springer
Duet. . . . Lula Wagoner and Jessie Foster
WWhen.Your Hair Has Turned To Silver'
Reading .nThe White CarnationNJane Caughey
nSilver Threads Among The Gold Girls' Club
This was the second Tea given by the girls for their
mothers. Both teas have been great successes in assisting
mothers and teachers to acquainted with each
other and the girls. kgs Q
The Girls' Club is tr,'ig't make it an annual affair,
for they enjoy it as much B s do the mothers. May they
succeed in this. M. Pendleton
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