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Ye Little History Cluh was organized by Mrs. M. M. Barnes and
was successfully directed through hoth terms of the year. The eluh
had two outstanding purposes: to study interesting personalities and
to review interesting places. Club programs were carefully planned and
were interesting. On two or three occasions the students enjoyed slides
of a historical nature. The mfhief social function of the first term was a
Christmas party in the home ol' Mrs. Barnes. Every one had an enjoyable
time, hut the real treat was the Christmas hox. The sevond term the rlulm was
entertained with a pit-nie at Cohh Park in April.