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The Finance Gemittoe suggested to the ,Student Body that
it continue the financial system called the' Garfield plan of
mug .seams tickets eo oeemm an individxmlh upahm
for the school year.
' mis eoxmittoe, with ltr. loyermenn, planned and executed
a budget tor tho year. The money taken in during the year
was divided in the following way according to that budget:
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Classes ------------------------- -487 .81
clubs """""""""'-""""' 0
General rand --------------------- 0.
Departments- ---------------------- 25.
Total----- ------- - --------------- 8451.81
For the payment of two dollars and fifty cents 182.501,
the student was really getting six dollars and sixty cents
166.603 worth of good times. The following is a draft of the
ticket budget ae compared with what one would pay if no ticket
H1 Log ------------
Annual- ------ - ----
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'5 """"' 8030
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Jlmior Play -------
Senior Play -------
Class Dues --------
Club mee ---------
A. S. Student Dues
Emergencies- ---- --
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--. ......... 8,70
We believe, as all loyal students do, that the ticket will
be used again successfully next year but it is not believed
th:-in the price of the ticket can to out any unless the activ-
ities are cut down. The student is netting as much as can be
gotten from a ticket with that numhzr of activities.
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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
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
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.
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FRONT ROW: tleft to right! May Pendleton, Ann Steinbach, Loraine Wemer,
Mr. Weyermann, Dorothy Sauer, Virginia Paul.
SECOND ROW: lleft to right! Charles Gray, Warren Paul, Ray Schillereff,
Robert Lynn, Walter Hopkins.
President ....A,,,., ,,,,,,, D orothy Sauer
Vice-President ,,,,,, .....,,, L oraine Werner
Secretary ,,,...,..,. ..,., ...,.... W alter Hopkins
No other group has as small amount of students as has the Honor Society
of this school. lt seems that it could be larger but it is difficult to make
It is highly probable that it will be quite a bit larger next year for the
Freshmen seem to be quite good students this year. They have "got into the
whirli' of high school life and made a success of ii.
The members this year are: Virginia Paul and May Pendleton, who have
been members during all the three last years, and Dorothy Sauer, the only
ones who wear a torch,
Walter Hopkins, Ann Steinbach, Raymond Schillcreff, and Robert Lynn
we-ar the two bar pin.
Loraine Werner, Warren Paul, and Charles Gray .wear the one bar pin.
On the night of graduation the Seniors will receive these pins to keep if
they have earned the required number of points. The Juniors will substitute
the two bar pin for the torch and the Sopliomores will get the two bar pin
while the Freshmen will get the one bar pin. .
May the Honor Society be as successful next year as it has been this year
and may it continue to grow in size.
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