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Page 68 text:
After the basket ball players receive their let-
ters they must do something to show that they are will-
ing to enter the club with all oaths said. To do this
the first year lettermen must entertain the old hands
by giving them an early morning breakfast. It isn't an
honor to have to cook eggs and bacon over an open fire.
This year there were six good men to do all of the
work. They got up real early in the morning, went to
the designated spot, built the fire, and prepared the
eats to be latter joined by the other members of the
After all had satisfied their appetite the party
returned to the school gymnasiu where they all work-
ed off the excess weight they had taken on from the
breakfast and over-eating since they dropped training
rules. No more basketball until next year.
CAM US DAY
Since the beginning of man's dominace over his
environment he has striven to make his surroundings
more beautiful and that is just what the Boys' Club
did on May 24.
As their share on the Clean-up Week they took the
afternoon off to make improvements on the School
grounds, while the girls entertained their mothers at
Besides doing general cleaning up some shrubs
were planted including some Boston Ivy which will in
time give Peshastin High School building that mellow-
ed beauty so much admired in our institutions of
After all the work was over the girls did their
part by furnishing the hot, tired and dusty boys with
very welcome refreshments.
If campus day becomes an annual affair in this
school within a very few years P.H.S. should have a
school of which they may well paint with pride because
the apprearance of the grounds all ready improved
with just this year's work.
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Three o'clock in the morning that we, the Seniors
were running around here and there. Now don't get us
wrohg, We weren't just going to bed. No, sift We were
just getting up to get an early start for our Skip day.
We all met at the High School and at 5 O'clcck sharp
started out on the above journey. At 5:30 we arrived
at Blue Lake and cooked our breakfast which oonsisgad of
bacon and eggs, and hot cakes. From here we made a short
visit to Dryfalls State Park and then on to Coulee Dam
where we spent the rest of the day until about 5 O'clock
in the a ternoon. he ate in the large dining hall at
noon which was quite an experience tc us all. The rest
of the trip took us to Ncspelem, over to Omak, Okanogan,
Chelan etc. down to Wenatchee where we had dinner and
enjoyed a good show.
Page 69 text:
One of the most exclusive and formal affairs ever
staged in the High School, took place on April 26, when
L ball was held in the honor of the graduating class of
Charmingly gowned young ladies and very meticulous-
.y dressed young men and hostesses and chaperones, all
:ooh part in the Grand March, led by the President and
'ice President of the Student Body.
The gymnasium, decorated with blue and other var-
.ous colored crepe paper with gold stars and a light
'ed moon overlooking the dancing couples was exception-
Llly beautiful and tended to give a touch of romance to
1 perfect setting. A round, silvered sphere on which
'ragments of mirror had been placed, swayed from the
'eiling directly in the center of the floor.
Indirect red and blue lighting arrangements, cast
1 purple colored glow over the decorations and persons
mresent. In a corner stood a small punch booth where
:unch was served to all those wishing. One of the girl
students was in charge throughout the evening.
Chuck Rubyens Troubadores, popular dance orchestra
'rom Wenatchee furnished new musical arrangements in a
'ery evenly tempoed and melodius way.
Dance Programs were furnished by the program com-
uttee. On the programs were printed a list of rules
'egarding the dance and conduct of those participating,
.lso the number of dances,
Over one hundred couples were present, these in-
:luded faculty, alumni and invited guests.
The Senior Class thanks the high School and all
the members of the committee who participated in giving
he dance in their honor. They expecially thank Kiss
seaumont, the originator and head of all the com ittees
lor the excellent time and great success of the, We
hall hope, to be annual Senior Eall,-in which the year
,955 saw their precedent.
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