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

 - Class of 1935

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Page 51 text:

.ill't2'1H!4. GIRLS"ClUB I believe as a High School Girl of Peshastin I should be: Wholesome and pure in body and mind, Gracious in man- ner, Loyal and sincere in friendship, truthful, obedi- ent, and courteous, Ready to give all possible service, always seeking knowledge, Impartial in judgment, Will- ing to forgive and forget, True to -the best that is within me, that I may become a worthy woman. Thus goes the girls' creed. This is the' girls' aim. This is her code. Girls who strive to uphold the above merits are a vast asset to the whole High School, a girl to be admired and to be respected the girls of this year have, it is believed, accomplished more than those of any other year. They have cooperated to a larger and fuller extent, they have worked together. They have had good times together. Under the leadership of Carol Borg as president, Linda Willging, secretary, Elaine Mengelos, treasurer, Ray Fisher, vice president, the girls have really done things. They held a roller skating party at Wenatchee, where the girls attempted to learn to skate--or fall down-gracefully. The girls went down in the bus, ac- companied by Miss McClew and Miss Beaumont. ' They certainly had a good time and as for talking Qpardon--it would be chattering to the boys! on the way down--ask Mr. Percival, who drove the bus. The girls also, held a tea in honor of their moth- ers. At which time they put on a program served tea and cookies, and both the girls and their mothers en- joyed the afternoon very much. The tea has become a tradition of the girls' club and is looked forward to by both mothers and daughters. Greater things are expected of the club in the future and here. Page Forty Seven

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.slFHHlu. BOY'S FRATERNAL ORDER ref the fourth successive year the Boys of Pesh- aetfn High vigorously organized with the will to do better for their sshcel., The organization df the club was easier said than done. After all of the voting andfievoting the officers pretty well represented Pesh- astin:'2reek. Ellsworth Warman was elected President warren Paul vice president and Frank Neher was given the' WSI! Of' keeping the ficords both secretarial and The boy's first activity was a Basket-Ball tourn- ament played by five teams. Veteran players were chosen as captains of the teams: Bob Lynn, Ellsworth Warman, Dicker'Werner, Johnnie Hauff, and Milton Kirby. Dicker's team won the main event. -Ping pong was another sport that the Club sponsor- ed. , For the thrrd year the Boy's Club gave a moving piclhre, though they gave two instead of one this year. ire first being a picture presented by a Pacific Coast Shipping line. The second picture, WThe Covered Wagonn was enjoyed much more, the feeling towards these pic- tures being very much improved! with hopes of continua- tion next year in sight. The all school field and clean-up day was whole- heartedly backed by the Boy's Club. They are sticking to their creed: striving to better the school. Another sport that has been much enjoyed by some of the boys is Nthat good old game of the barnyard,N horse- shoes. Warren Paul kindly donated a pair, Fred Burnett also joining in and the school purchased two pair. In view of the fact that there were so many boys in- terested, a tournament was arranged with Bob Lynn coming out the winner. Now, you may see what is supposed to be the losers vengefully practicing every noon hour. I The Boys' Club has been quite active since its be- ginning several years ago and the school has been much the better for its having been in existence. Page fourty-eight

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