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This ye P , as before, there have been given many
educational ,id interesting talks concerning ones health,
his ,choice fof a vocation 'in the industrial world,
etcg 'W a
These were given at various intervals throughout
the year by pr'ominent people of our State who are try--
ing to aid high school students in the choosing of
their life work, the better kinds dr care of the body to
free it from disease, the best types of lighting sys-
tems, and, information on business colleges, colleges,
and private schools to which he might attend.
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The annual com encement was held in the grade school
auditorium Iune'7. ,
To the strains of Meyerbeer's Coronation Merch the
largest graduating class to come from Peshastin High
School marched up onto the appropriately decorated stage
in grey caps and gowns. Invocation was given by Rever-
end Derbyp Frank Neher introduced the first speaker,
the salutatorisn, Walter Hopkins.
Other speakers were Jerry Van Kirk, Milton Neher,
Bob Lynn and Raymond Schillereff, the valedictorian.
The topic of all the speakers was natural resources of
Washington and opportunities in them.
after presentation of honor awards and diplomas
Reverend Burris closed the program with a benediction.
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CH ISTMAS PROGRAM
The Christmas Program consisted of a reading from
HThe Gift of the Magin by Helen Nickeson, Christmas sel-
ection by the Girls' Club, a play, nChr1stmas in many
Landsn by the Freshman class, and of course, n8anta
with his gift sacks of candy, nuts, and oranges which
were distributed wqually among the students.
This program has been an annual affair and there is
not much chance of it dying out.
ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
November ll, sixteen years after the Armistice was
signed, the students of Peshastin Hi had. a program
in keeping of the occasion. Mr. Tertsagian, the speak-
er, had as his subject, nThe Educational advantages
to be had in Washingtonn, which was very well given
and liked by the students. After he finished, he an-
swered questions which were asked by the students, and
cordially invited any who were interested to visit his
Aplets factory in Cashmere which is well noted all over
the United States.
SENIOR DAY PROGRAM
On June 4 the Seniors presented their class day
program which was varied.
The program began with the nswan songn from behind
stage. Following that nintimaten Qand otherwisei scenes
of some of the class members were given from the Album
Hugo Werner, the grumbler, satisfied his grudges against
his teachers in quite a satisfactory manner, Bob Brown,
a poeticC?j Senior, gave his poemg Carol Borg spun some
yarns about the Senior Class' hectic four years of sail-
ing the Sea of Knowledge.
After the will, vision, diagnosis, presentation of
the Stnior picture and apple box the program closed.
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