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Page 35 text:
HE enthusiastic and efficient organ-
ization of boys known as the Hi-Y
was organized for the school year at
the first meeting held on Tuesday eve-
ning, September 10. Thoughout the
year a high degree of enthusiasm and
efficiency was displayed by the mem-
bers of the club.
This year, however, the club lost its
willing and untiring adviser, Mr. I. Gar-
ner Srofe, who for eleven years helped
guide the club through its many con-
flicts and interesting programs. The loss
did not prove hopeless, the members
felt, for an equally capable leader was
found in Mr. Harold Obee, a former
member of the Hi-Y and now a member
of the faculty.
Under Mr. Obee's guidance the club
enjoyed such activities as visiting
speakers, constructive criticism, discus-
sions, various athletic events, out-door
picnics, and a joint Hi-Y-G. H, meeting.
The club members have taken a great
interest and an active part in all meet-
ings which the club was held.
During the past year the club worked
hard under its new and worthy adviser
and the members hope that their
achievements will not only remain in
the memories of the members, but in
the memories of everyone. -
HIS year the Beta Hi-Y club started
with an enrollment of nine Sopho-
mores. Six Freshmen were then selected
and taken into the club.
At the beginning of the year the club
set up a schedule for itself, which it
tried to follow to the best of its ability.
This schedule included two recreational
meetings, a business meeting, and an
educational meeting each month.
The Beta Club, as well as the Alpha
Club, was entertained by the Girl Re-
serves this year at their annual joint
G. R.-I-li-Y meeting.
The club also sponsored a dance with
the Girl Reserves. The dance proved
to be a great success and it is hoped
that it will become a customary dance.
Mr. Duvall again played the roll of
sponsor to this well known organiza-
tion and did a very complimentary job.
The Hi-Y is one of Anderson's most
valuable organizations in that it teaches
boys how to live successfully with the
morals incited by the I-li-Y Creed. We
hope that the Hi-Y will always remain
as important at Anderson as it was this
'zisfian clnafzactefz . . .
Page 34 text:
FIRST ROW: L. Dorman, C. Dallman, P. Fausz, Mr.
Obee, R. Kendall, A. Wolfer.
SECOND ROW: M. Zeter, I. Owens, A. Shean-
shanq, A. Merten, C. Taylor.
THIRD ROW: R. Askew, C. Belscher, H. Brooks,
E. Bloomfield, C. Rittenhouse, W. Pauly.
FIRST ROW: H. Barkhau, I-I. Wittmeyer, Mr. Du-
vall, K. Merten, E. Arnold.
SECOND ROW: I... Meyers, I. Truilt, I. Richey, D.
THIRD ROW: P. Connell, S. Rusk, R. Koppman, T.
Evans, R. Knipplinq.
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Page 36 text:
HE Girl Reserve symbol is the tri-
angle within the circle. The tri-
angle represents the individual club-
member, the three sides standing for
body, mind, and spirit. The circle repre-
sents the world in which she lives. Af-
ter the girls become wearers of the pin
or ring they are expected to interpret
the Girl Reserve purpose to their home,
school, church, and community.
The members from the upper three
classes opened the year by giving a
very clever party in honor of the Fresh-
men and extending an invitation to them
to become Girl Reserves. At this party
the Seniors chose Freshmen girls to be
their little sisters and this feeling of com-
panionship continued throughout the
year. Many of the Freshmen joined the
club and did their part in helping to
make it a bigger and better one.
As usual, in October, the Girl Re-
serves gave a tea in honor of their moth-
ers. The program consisted of a skit
put on by the girls, after which tea and
refreshments were served.
ln November a committee of girls at-
tended the Home of the Aged and ln-
firm and presented a cheerful program
At Christmas time the Girl Reserves,
along with the Hi-Y, presented a White
Gift Service in the form of an interesting
ceremonial. Later the baskets were de-
livered to the needy families in the im-
The Anderson Girl Reserves attended
an invitational play-day as the guests of
the Plainville Girl Reserves at their
school in February. The girls played
basketball and various other games, af-
ter Which they stayed for a chili supper.
During the following Weeks the Girl
Reserves Worked laboriously on scrap-
books, which Were given to the Madi-
sonville Children's Home.
The roll of hostesses at the joint l'li-Y-
G. R. meeting this spring was played by
the Girl Reserves. Reverend Milo Beran
was the guest speaker and gave a very
inspirational talk. A lively true-false con-
test followed. Although the boys emerg-
ed the Winners the girls were good
sports about it all and suffered the pun-
ishment inflicted on them. Last, but not
least, punch and doughnuts were serv-
ed and the girls are certain the boys en-
joyed this part of their program.
On Sunday, May 4, the Recognition
Service was held at the Fruit Hill M. E.
Church. The Freshmen were officially
recognized as Girl Reserves in a very
The club closed the year by featuring
the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet.
The banquet this year was built around
Again this year the Girl Reserves
sponsored their monthly dances and
there Was one joint dance sponsored by
both the Girl Reserves and the Hi-Y.
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