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

 - Class of 1935

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SWHECMMHWE The student body owes quite a few of its good times to the social com ittee. This group consists of a member of each class who are Jerry Van Kirk, Seniorg Bob Jack, Junior, Erma Thompson, Sophomoreg and Dor- othy Bersing, Freshman. The social functions that were brought about by these four members with assisstance of the faculty were: the Freshmen reception, the basketball banquet, the high school picnic and they also took the place of Santa Claus by arranging a treat for every student fincluding teachersl. To plan an affair which will please every one of such a large group is not at all easy but this commit- tee has done very well. WHEN FRESHMEN ARE RECEIVED The Freshmen entered the gymnasium where the party was to be held, October 27, quite hesitatingly but by being urged on they enjoyed a good time as well as the upper classmen. Popular songs started the party with everybody taking part. Then followed two short plays, the first being, The Fatal Quest and the other Stop Look Listen. Snappy games like volley ball and basket ball followed on the program. Through the evening could be heard the slamming of doors, squeaking of gym shoes across the floor, en- thusiastic shouts of boys above the less noisy shouts of girls. Later in the evening came the grand march which led out of the door of the gymnasium, down to the home economics room where everyone upomtreceiving a plate of refreshments including a card with a fortune on it went back to the starting point to finish up a well- balanced evening. Fifty-nine



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.xWHin. BASKET BALL BANQUET The basket-ball banquet, given on March SO, was a real success and the circus motive won much favor among everyone present. It was said to be the liveliest and the very best of any banquets ever to be given here. With the exception of one banquet in previous years everyone has worn party clothes, but this year the students decided ta break the tradition by wear- ing sports Ccircus clcthesj outfits, to have balloons, popcorn balls, ice-cream.ccnes, etc.---which certainly werked out splendidly. ' The program was very interesting consisting of the various speakers, plenty of peppy music and tap dancing, and also the awarding of basket-ball letters. The boys on the squad were called circus animals to add to the circus effect. Everyone felt comfortable in informal dress, and spent a thoroughly enjoyable evening. JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET Q A The typing-room was the scene of an enjoyable school activity when the Juniors entertained the Seniors May 18. The color motif of yellow and green was carried out by nut-cups and place-cards. The menu consisted of fruit cocktail, pickles, radishes, chicken patties, whipped potatoes, buttered peas, perfection salad, rolls and butter, whipped cream mounds and coffee. The theme of the evening was based on the plan of a memory book. Ellsworth Varman was the toast-master. The dedication speech was presented by Warren Paul. Ray Fisher resoonded with a speech on HSnapshotsH characterizing the future of the class. Alfred Fuller spoke on nMemoriesn recounting events in school life. nAutographsn was presented by Zelma Bitterman wishing the Seniors HBon Toyage.H ' Page sixty-

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