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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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WThc meeting will como to order', calls Alta Nickeson, the
president to the many girls who comprise the Girls' Club.
While all are silenced, the minutes of the preceeding meeting'
are read and approved or rejected. Then the business is dispose
At the end of each year the officers of the Club are elects
ed for the following year. For this year, Alta Nickoson was
chosen presidentg Dorothy Sauer, Vice-presidentg Carol Borg,
secretaryg Helen Duncan, treasurerg Helen Nickeson, sergeant-
At several of the basket ball games, popcorn was sold ty
the girls with the aid of Henry Foster whose amazingly loud
voice brought the money in rapidly. Twice the girls served a
lunch to the hungry boys after the games. The first time they
gave them cocoa and sandwiches, the second time chili con carne
and crackers. On bothe occasions, it was added work but the
girls received a good deal of run from it.
An invitation sent from the Wenatchee High School requests
ed that five girls be sent there for a play day. Four Fresh-
men, Ida Biekel, 'Mario Towne, Maxine France, Elta Hildebrand
and one Junior, Lula Wagoner, were the girls chosen for the pure
pose. For several days they practiced a short skit which they
were to give. From what the girls say, they had a very good
time and those in Wenatchee liked their pleylet.
Organizations such as a Girls' club are of great value to
the school. Not only do they help in many things but they dev:
elop a feeling of goodwill. Often disruptions arise but they
are steadily sunneunted by the courage of those who wish peaggu
THE ART CLUB
This club promised te be very active and give the studentif
really good instruction when it was found that Miss Reeves
would be ncgded to take a grade school class during that permdiq
That Wes a distinct blow to these students.
The only real work they did was te make posters forlthd
Carnival, which was given by the Student Body last fell.
However, the small amount gathered about color schemes
etc., has helped some in Home Ecenmnics and other classes.
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