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In the evening of Friday the 15th in the wintir a merry groupe
of students were on their way to e banquet being given by the Cash-
mere High School to the representatives rf the valley schools.
From the senior c1ass'thero was Alta Nickeson and Chailes Bakerg
from the junior class, Raymond Schilloreff and Carol Borgg from the
Freshman and Sophomore Classes respcctiyely, Verne Bunkleman and
Loraine Wei ner. 'e
At the door of the brilliantlyglighted high school, they alight
od and were cordially welcomed by Cashmere young folks.
After having disposed of their wraps they were led to the din-
ing room where smell identification tags were given them.
While the lovely dinner vas being served, the representatives
from the several schools entertained by giving their school yells
The toast-mistress, Ruby Long, welcomed the visitors and
since the purpose of the gwthering was to exchange ideas on
.student government, ouch school beginning with a Cashmere rop-
resentetive, gave n talk.
After ell this seriousness stunts were given by the various
schools. Skits, short plays, and n pantomime were given . Rey
Snhillereff gave e trick speech which embarrassed the toast-
mistross a great deal.
'For n cheerful fnrewellc the group stnid and sang 'Cheer,
Boys, Cheern lustily which quit properly expressed everyone's f
appreciation for the good time.
Raymond Schillereff hopes to bece-, the pres-
ident of the Imperial Garter Works so that the public
would get extra snappy serwice.
Ray Schilier ff- Ore should never go around with
another nerds rife unless he can go it least a-round
with her husband.
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The fine work of the Junior Class may certainly be prais
ed as may also their instructor, Miss MbClew, who helped so
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Envied by everyone, four students of the Peshastin High
School loft the school about ton-thirty on the morning of
May 4. Two Juniors, Carol Borg and Ray Schillercff, and two
Seniors, Charles Baker and Virginia Paul, were the lucky ones
At the Wenatchee High School they were welcomed by'tho
various hosts and hostosses and after they had enrolled,
vorv guided through the Junior and Senior High Schools.
1 general assembly was hold a little later, a program
hevivg been arranged fcr them. Lll the delrgatcs walked to
the Front of the room to be introduced to each other. They
talked together for e while but soon their conversation was
broken short by meetings.
The Girls' Club was addressed Iirs. Liderscn, the Won-
ntchoc Girls' Club adviser, and the boys by Mr. Bller, the
Boys' Club advisor. The students found that the problo s
of all the clubs were similar.
In tie evening they were guests at Q banquet where they
were addressed by Wellington Pegg, tio high school principal
and Dick Jeffers, a promising yeun4 lawyer.
'Following the banquet, they were guests at the Dramatic
Class Play, NSun Upw.
Saturday morning Mr. Goddard, the suporiitfidont,
talked to the delegates in the library on ccnservmtirn of
At l:3F for +Ucir final enjoyment they were invited to
the track melt at the Recreation Park.
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FRONT ROW: deft to right? John Hauff, Ervin Hauff, Ellsworth Warrnan,
Elwood Cox, Harold Werner, Herma Werner.
SECOND ROW: deft to right? Coach McCormick, Frank Neher, Milton Kirby,
Bud Caughey, Rober't Lynn, Everett Wagoner, Manager Bob Spring-er.
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For three years the Logger Baskeball team has made history for the
school. They have brought recognition of our school to many schools of
the valley, even to Wvenatchee and Cashmere.
This year many of the good players .will pass down that long trail that
has so many pitfalls. Dick Fisher, Bob Springer, Harold Wagoner, all old
veterans, go with Elwood Cox and Blister Baker on that long journey ahead
into that unknown.
We, the students, hope that these boys will be as successful as they have
been in representing our school.
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