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Button up your overcoati ' 'ere comes March!
Loraine plays leapfrog with the big blonde . ,,
baby in blue from Monitor.
Chalk-talk for the B.B. Boys A I'
Loggers win fourth place in the B.B. 'Dournamen-h--"Quick,
my smelling elatsi' '
Guess Babe end May are happy at last. You see, they are
Wonder why the sixth period study hall was so quiet? Ohl
yes! Tests are looming ahead. '
Jessie steps out with the charming young Gigolo. Well,
Ida declares wer on Henry.
St. Patrick s Day. Fresh get a chance to flaunt their
Wanted: 1. personal touch for Ida. '
Miss Bettie is one year older. She doesn't look it.
Neither does Kirby.
The 'Jade 'od' presented. What a lhopper!
Dark Room is installed for Camera Club. Oooooh-la-la.
Juniors entertain the Seniors at Beechers. ' , ' ' i '
Found: A new budget. What's to do about it?i W A I
As usual, rain, wind, and--Mr. Sinmer. I x g
Tennis Club is organized--Now what? ' 1 x
Adelphien Choral Society from C.P.S. presents i program.
Loggers lose a game of Kitten
They'll learn! '
P. H. S. went on the air.
The velvet 'crazy qui1t"ceme for the Girls' Club Room.,.1
Fifteen girls had a slight headache that afternoon.
Student Body meeting again. Apple Blossom Princesstg
Ball to Sunnyslofe xx
Returnsfrom big election--well-well, Jeanne--Congratu-
lations, and all that stuff! '
Everybody turns out for 'chow' at the Loggers' Mess Hall.
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Lettermen's Club have a sunrise breakfast. De oily bold
gets de vroimi
Seniors receive their cards and announcement. How do
YOU 50. Garbo f01' 52 ai: I have your autograph?
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English III A ss s rm theta s" ly ow to toll it
to the judge in form o ebate. ' I 2? 'rex
Ewerybody talking turkey. 'v'
The morning after the dinner before. !
Camera Club begins to function. nSee e i ie? You
boys had better keep your hats on. It might be a wood-
Helen Darlington comes back to see if we are still alive.
Red hair prevails among the boys.
Santa Claus defied Old Man Depression. Candy and nuts
for us kids.
we go all the way to Sunnyslope to see our Loggers get
beaten. Were we mad? Or were We mad?
Happy Noe Year!
Startling resolutions revealed. Bobbie resolves not to
use any more slang words. '5lJvLLH
Resolutions broken. How did he know he was
fall on his neck? '
B. B. Game at Dryden--anyhow, it was a good
Ida calls for quilt-blocks f'?l. What next?
Erville joins our merry band,
Examsg Oh good heavens!! Where was I when
More hard luck. Report cards given out. Read 'em and
going to H
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Grandaddy Groundhog saw his shadow. Put yer woelies f
back eng It's going to snow. -Fwy
Linco1n's Birthdayg also Sunday. -T. Q
Dick Darlington gets a valentine. Woof-Woof! 0 1
Alta has another anniversary. Q39
Junior Play is presented at last. Nuff said! QOH
That great Peshastin Skii Tournament takes plaee.'QQoo
Spring is in the air. 'ghlflzhf'
Anne Hazen breaks her arm.
Chinook winds take away all our pretty snow. Ervin
comes to school with a pocket full of nmigsn.
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12. Girls' Club honors the Mothers with a Tea.
13. Delegates leave for Wenatchee Conference. Did you note
the serious look in their eyes?
136 Cox and Fisher 'join the Army'.
19. Famous Juniors entertain the soon-to-be-forgotten Seniors
at a Banquet '
39 Last call for Annual work.
25, Freshman show us how a school ought to be run.
29, Annual goes to the binders.
29. Walter hasn't gotten shook up in a gunny-sack yet--guess
' Miss Reister didn't mean it!
30. In the spring a young man's fancy ----- and so on.
Sl. Seniors took the hint the Fresh gave and they let the
other classes run the ' . Too had the rest of the
students couldn't go alon 'with the Seniors!
2. Cheer up fellow students! It won't be long now.
5, Lomoa appears. we all wondered how we'd look!
5g Senior Class Night! Whatta night!
VL Eight graders graduate. Another crop of Freshmen!
9, The good ship 1955 sets sail. Bon Voyage, Seniors
9. Too busy to write. Lnyway, it's picnic day.
lah One last hour with P.H.S.
On May 23, at the regular Student Body meeting, the Nom,
inating Committee reported its findings and gave their reasons
for the nominations. A few more were nominated from the floor
for Student Body offices. A one-day campaign was then pro-
calimed, during which time all campaigning must be done. This
was setting a precedent the sort of which, the lCommittee was
rather doubtful as to the outcome. In'sume quarters it was
thought that, due to the Wcampaigningn, radicalism might de-
velop. Election was set for the following day.
The voting was orderly in all respectsg everyone taking
the results in gpod spirits.
'This year all the officers have been Seniors, but next
yearg the officers will all be, with the exception of the
president, from the Juni s
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