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EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ARE FOR THE PUR-
POSE OF BRINGING STUDENTS TOGETHER, GIVING
EACH STUDENT A CHANCE TO SHOW HIS MERITS IN HIS
OWN PARTICULAR FIELD, AND PROVIDING THE STU-
DENT WITH A MEANS OF ENJOYMENT AND RELAXA-
TION. THESE PURPOSES ARE ACCOMPLISHED SOCIAL-
LY, SCHOLASTICALLY, AND ATHLETICALLY.
t R' ht Benefiel Kent Deaner Holland Mrs. Haynes, Maurer, Grande,
First Row Left o lg : , , , ,
Karbadon, Lambrecht. Second Row Left to Right: English, Stewart, Burr, Elson, Conrad,
M r Do er Helm, Stock, Murdick. Third Row Left to Right: Dulich, Richardson,
Field: Loescher, Ueck, Kurbis, Freier, Martin, Stoltz, Grootendorst.
THE GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL
The Girls' League is an organization which unites all the extra-curricular activities sup-
ported by the high school girls. The league also seeks to promote friendships among its members
and encourage them to be loyal to the school's ideals of conduct.
At the monthly meeting of the league, entertaining and educational programs are prof
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vided. Travelftalks, musicals, and bookfreviews are presented by eminent- oca cu wo ,
the girls themselves assist at the annual short play and fashionfshow. At the close of each
meeting, the Girls' League newspaper, "League Links," is distributed.
The Girls' League Council is made up of the four elected officers, the twentyfthree Home
R om A ents and the faculty sponsor. This council meets at regular intervals to discuss plane
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for the betterment of the League and its separate units, also to offer its assistance in any welfare
activity in which it might prove to be helpful.
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