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BREWSTER tIERALD BREWSTER WASHINGTON APRIL 12, 1929 C":. Crimson White | VOLUME 5. APRIL 12, 1929. NUMBER 28. STAFF Editor .......... Mary Jane McPhersm Assistant Edt ............. Ella Knowlton Reportorial Staff--Members of Eng- lish II Class While on a camping trip, Mr. Rob- inson tohl his friends of his theiry. His friends who became interested asked Mr. Robinson to use himself as [a test. Mr. Robinson agreed to learn to play the cello in sixty &lt;lays witl which be was not acquainted. When :the sixty days expired Mr. Robinson appeared before his friends in a re- cital. He played the cello so perfect- ly that his friends were convinced his theory was true. Mr. Grinnell compared this illus- tration with the school work. He said that he believed that High School students could learn their ubjeets in less time if they only applied their minds to tieir tasks. Mr. Grinnell also said that it was a pleasure to him to visit our high school as he considered it to be one of the best in the whole county. He complimented, their fine showing in various activit- ies. SCHOLARSHIP HONORS Six g'irls have received averages of 90 or above this term in the Brew- ster High School. They are: Ger- trude Van Demeer, sophomore with an averag'e of 93.62; Dena Van De- meet, also a sophomore has an aver- age of 93.5; Bonita Holland a junior has an average of 93.37; Bessie Brown another sophomore, has an average of 93; Bernice Bassett, a Freshman, 91.5; and Ella Knowlton, a junior, with an average of 90.05 for ber year's work. Bonita Holland won the scholarship pin last year when she had an aver- a'e of 97 while Gertrude Van De- meer had an average of 96.5 last year. This scholarship is awarded to the student who has the highest average for his year's work in High School The pin is presented to the winning student at the Graduation Exercises each year. SPRING VACATION Spring is here! The sun shines down through blue skies which are speckled with feathery clouds. The birds have come from the south and are filling the bright days with their merry din. The squirrels frolic a- THE 1929 VALEDICTORIAN Every graduating class ires a Vale- dictorian wire is the honored mem- ber of all the graduates. He or she whichever it happens to be has bestowed upon himself this honor because he has proved himself to be able to obtdn higher marks than any other of his classmates. The Valedictorian in the class of. 1928-29 is Albert Gillespie and the Salutatorian Emily Dowell. These two.people have accomplish- ed some very good work in our school and are t'o be eongr,tulated upon attaining this honor. HONOR ROLL , Those on Ule last six weel. honor roll are: Bernice Bassett, Bessie Brown, Audrey Artman, Dens Van Demeer, Gertrude Van Demeer, and Bonita Holland. In order to be on this honor roll students must have an avera'e of three A's and one B or better. Parents of pupils on the honor roll shouhl be especially proud of their chihlren. Membership on the honor roll shows that the pupil is capable antl is making' us,, of iris a- bilities. There are a nu'nber of pu- pils in this high scho6l who have the ability to be on the honor roll--a little determination and hard work would place them there. HOW TO MAKE MIND BEHAVE A very interesting speech was giv- en to the High School Thursday af- ternoon by Mr. Grinnell, the county superintendent of Okanogan county schools. The subject of Mr. Grinnell's speech was that anyone could (lo any-! thing one set out to do if one applied I himself to it. Tfis is the theory of Mr. Robinson, President of the Col- lege of New York. cost of tlm insurance for the four GARDEN AIDS HEALTH games was $109.22 their school sav- ed some $105.12 by having the insur- (Continued from First Page) the most valuable food substances ante. .:." : lie just-beneath the skin. Henry Ford's oht time ball room] Lgumes which include peas, beans and peanuts are an excellent source and (lance orchestra wtll be used by .... ....  r...1.^ -l.-_o r', [of nitrogen which is necessary in tis- thu u,,,u, u1 ,er,u,, ,,x,.m',,. ,u."  sue buihiing Combined with eggs, thmr second annual old Ume dance. " ' milk or cheese they are a fine substi- One roll room of Centralia high tute for meat. ............. ,, ,  I Fresh fruits are valuable foods and a(tope(l ne vir anti lvlms pmn oI believe[should be eaten at least once a <lay. addressing students. They "i will solve th( "chihlish tiek" '.rhev contain minerals and vitamins ^ . which are of 'reat importance in the probh: ..... , (her. they act a body regulators, GRADE NEWS help to purifv the blood and create ---- an appetite for other foods. First and Second Grades One shouhl plan to raise a surplus Kenneth Dowell, Charles Ward, of fruits and vegetables in the garden Warren Kirk, Arline Houtz and el- to that there will be enough to can ive Whitley are on the honor roll for for winter use. During the winter long the ground in a lively game of "tag." Such are the first days of spring vacation when the boys cut their willow poles and go fishing for tim lively trout which leaps merrily iu the brook. The children amuse themselves with different games in a .meadow which is covered with green grass grass which is pushing the earth a- side and making its appearance into the bright spring days while a group of boys or girls tramp into the hills to get the flowers which are begin- ning to show themselves. Another group of boys take their guns and tramp through the hills hunting' squirrels and groundJaogs. The older people take their lunches and gather in a green shady spot for a pleasant afternoon under the enchanting blue the fifth six weeks. Robert Gamble was eligible except for two (lays absence due to illness. Those neither absent nor tardy during the past six week are: Charles Blackman, Kenneth Dowell, Frank Morris, Charles Ward, Bert Wick, Stanley Goehry, Robert Jolly Warren the best substitutes for fresh fruits and vegetables are stored and canned ones. As the minerals and vitamins properly canned fruits and vegetables compare favorably with those of fresh cooked foods, a liberal supply of canned fruits and vegetables will do ueh to assure good health during the winter and prevetn the necessity of spring tonics. n i i ti I I WORIKOsDwIoNNEDERwith base i  combined pure honey , ::i it instantly stops coughs, croup Hay fever and catarrah Goiter +W is also helped. You can now ii [::! buy iodized honey under the m  name of HONEYDINE. It m ii guaranteed by its makers and by I  theBrewster DrugCo. 1 Ji Dr. Bernard Jankelson DENTIST Pateros, Wash. OFFICE HOUR 9 to 5 WED. AND SAT 9" to 1. skies while the little tots splatter a- round in the shallow water of the creek and their merry laughter echoes through the trees. Such are the first I days of the spring vacation and ev-] eryone is more or less enchanted by the beautiful days. SOCIETY [ I Personals Sunday at Chelan Falls. Irene and Gladys Perica spent Hazel Crossland spent Sunday in Chelan. Rose and Fiossie Renner visited their grandparents Sunday at Kartar. Mary Jane McPherson spent Sat- urday in Okanogan. Lucille Timmreck spent the week end visiting friends in Malott and Okanogan. Howard WatSon visited with his cousin Verna Waddull Saturday af- ternoon. Miss Reisinger's mother and father visited with her over the week end. HERE AND THERE The Cameron high school, Missouri insured their football games against loss due to rain. On the day of the Richmond game it rained, allowing them to collect $214.45. Since the Kirk, Glen Mumma, Rex Sines, Ar- line Houtz, Jean Sehmidt, Daisy Wick and Olive Whitley. We have been enjoying the story of the "Little Foxes who Stole The Mittens" as read to us by Irene Smith Little Elsberry Beckmeyer was Stanley Goehry's guest at school one (lay last week. I Miss Davenport and little sister . Lois visited us Wednesday afternoon. Fifth and Sixth Grades In art work almost everyone has finished their pictures. The fifth and sixth gradees have found out gardens make health anti they are planning to have a garden.! We have a new spring poster made by Veda Weaver and Gla(lys Hacker. Brewster Grade boys are going to Pateros to play ball Tuesday at 2:30 We have divded our sixth grade arithmetic class in two classes called the A and B classes. Names of pupils on the six weeks honor roll are: Thelma Lessard, Gladys Hacker and Jack Goehry. t Seventh and Eighth Grades Pauline Clendenin was the winner of the room in the spelling match. Francis Crane was the winner of the boys side. Mr. Grinnell visited our room Wed nesday. Those who were the best in Pen- manship this week were: Frank Ed gerton, Glen Spaulding, Harold Cox Rose Blackman, Agnes Knowlton and Marian Asbury. Those who were on the school hen- , ,, =, , , ,, , ii w  w w w w w w   w  w w   w Stop at the Lincoln Fountain and have a cool re- freshing drink like only the Lincoln Fountain can dispense. * P. S. Leave your laundry and cleaning at the same time. They will be taken care of in nice shape. MODEL LAUNDRY & CLEANERS OF OMAK i - i. i1 i i J ii ii C C C C C C C C C C C C C Dr. S. O. 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