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

 - Class of 1934

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4 ' - V' -.. , 1sA arf: fi .f - -1 . . I.. 'Ham-ef-.-gl. ' SX, W 13: ? Q an :Q - .4-gg.- 'ix' LL 1. .xi .gai urqc A ' Fri ' 'wnxnfi-1 452:-4.val xr- v U ., fihefbf :Mtn -5- .K H ' L5 3. 'f 6-'S-3111"-' ' ' ,,'jriz:-nsgw m,w1Wi-f .'r1E.ui1-12" A V. THE EXECUTIVE BOARD These students his the real leaders of the Ui Senool for this board is connf: Mmagerg the' und Secial CH- ms being off? on committees Led of 'ie Student Body officersj the Atlletic Lmtgr :Y nfwagsr' the chairman of th. uihclarship 'liitfiiq The yell king and queen are nw. counted ers in the sense of representing the strdent body The ndixnrwin chief of the annul, sud nfws- paper are ey ffione memhcrs of this board and sxrif Q1 tue re- quest of the "rc Lient or Mr. Weyermann or Mr. M-2 Germ ck. 'The menherz this Jenn are' Charles Bakei, n? iTWCT. Robert lynn, Lula 'kvxner, Rnyn,wi Hehilleroff, May Pencl has Alta Niekoson, Bzb Ipringer, Lh:'thy Sauer and Babe Berslrel Vir- ginia Paul an? May Pendlrton are tlso 'ex officion Hua1bers. 'm scnonmsnrp commune It was thought best by the Student Body President that the me bers of the Scholarship Com ittee should be selected from the group that had the best average in this high school. As all these are grouped together in the Torch Honor Society, this Society contributed all the members for 1935 and 1934 school yOaI'o Dorothy Sauer was chosen chairman because she was president of that society. Lynn and Loraine Werner were the other individuals sel- Bob ected by him. Q The whole mine the valedi graduating class's grades was fi-ured up to deter- ctorian and salutatorian. By L Q figures on the permanent record cards they dee ind that May Pendleton would be 'valodictorian and Virginia F1uJ, salutatorian, This committee aise pgblished the Honor Veil at the end of each six weeks time. It really should arsume the responsiblity of encouraging the attainnont of high 'f'olarship in everyway th't it can. It should also work with til Torch Honor ,Society in every way possible for the Honei :ociety really cannot accomplish what it intends to without the ce-operation of those students out side of it. .3c, s

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35,5 "" I -Ki .AAA I FF:- ' """""-'Q' V' " ' ' W" .f: "'-,, feir ,1 'tif Y is tsessffersa- 'si , .,,,gw U .. ' ' "" E4 533913-.fc Q-:o.w,,,, ,wiht-:f:"'2:k' s ' tx I ., s..,. ,Q , , nu.. ,U - vnqzf J . .WMM mlm , - -- FINANCE CGMMTPTEE C For the second time the committee of finance plays an important part in the affairs of the high school life at Peshastin. This year the com ittee was composed of Charles Baker, Raymond Schillereff, Verna Bunkleman and May Pendleton. Charles Baker acted as chairman and May Pendleton as secretary. These students have controlled the budget and finances. They suggested that the ticket with a little change lmainly in price! would be used this year. A carnival to raise money was first planned by them. Also several school policies such as not letting students sneak in at plays etc., that were adopted, were suggested by this group. This group, has been very active in paying bills for the many and varied activities which were carried on this year. ---The Editor--- HONOR SOCIETY - A few necks after school began the Torch Honor Society met with May Pendleton, last year's president, presiding. In that meeting the members selected Dorothy Sruer, presidentg Loraine Werner, vice-presidentg Walter Hopkins, secretary- treasurerg Robert Lynn, news reporter, They decided also that they were going to have e social function of some sort soon, They seemed to favor a theatre party. This party took place in the winter and proved a great success. The members of the Scholarship Committee were selected from this group of honor students this year--s mething never done before in this school. The president, Dorothy Sauer, was app- ointed cheirmen of the eemmittee. This society awarded Virginia Paul and Jessie Foster with a silver pin upon the day when they typed fifty 150D net words a minute in Typing II. Jessie Foster has also earned Q gold pin for the attainment of sixty C601 net words. As this goes to press the following people have attained thirjy C301 or more net words and have redeivod an eversharp: Ann Steinbach, Elwood Cox, Jfck Burris, Frank Neher, Milton Neher, Ann Jolley. The Sophomeres who received their one bar pins last gradua- tion night, which entitled them to join the society are: Ch rles Grfy, Lcr ine Werner, warren Paul. The Juniors who wear the two bar pins fro Ann Steinbach, Robert Lynn, Rey- mond Schillereff and Walter Hopkins. The Seniors who have the gold torch are Virginia Paul, Dorothy Sauer and May Pendleton. g g g ---May Pendleton-0

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