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President ....... .... M arie Sidener
Vice-President . . . . . . Crystal Peterson
Secretary ..... .. Loretta Hixenbaugh
Treasurer ..................................,....,....... Harriet Shaw
A small but active group of students make up the French Club. This club was or-
ganized for the purpose of educating the members on the subject of France, her people,
her customs, and language. Any student taking French, or who had taken French, was
eligible for membership in the club. There were six members enrolled besides the officers,
namely, Hazel Clark, Catherine Hawkins, Helen Harkness, Lucille Hance, and Emma Stoll.
Each meeting was provided with entertainment by two members of the club. The
type of entertainments were contests, games, parties, and something new to all, a game
of French cards. Some very interesting parties were given by this clubg an October party,
a Valentine party in honor of the Latin Club, and a Shamrock party in March.
The club owes a good word to Miss Moore who is an excellent leader in this line.
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The Latin Club was organized in 1926 and has, therefore, been is existence for nearly
three years. The constitution remains the same as originally adopted and has proved
very satisfactory. While the memberhip has never been large, the members all agree
that the club has justified its existence by the pleasure and profit received by the members,
This club has proved to be a most interesting and instructive organization. Aside from
becoming more familiar with the Latin language, we have had the opportunity to become
better acquainted with the Roman people, learn of their customs, and their habits of
living, through the reports and talks given by the members at our club meetings. We
marvel at the wonderful achievements of the Roman people.
As no club would be complete without a little fun, we have had our share in the
several parties that have been given.
One year of Latin is required for any pupil desiring to be a member of the Latin
Club. We have nine members enrolled. They are: Barbara Osmond, Mildred Yustin.
Margaret Johnson, Reva Miner, Elsie Custer, Eleanor Nelson, Kathryn Stephens, Gladys
Zimm, and Betty Rambo. Mrs. Bell is the sponsor of the club,
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THE FOLK SONG AND DANCE CLUB
The Folk Song and Dance Club is similiar to last year's organization. It is sponsored
by Miss Erna Driftmier, physical training teacher, who has done a great deal toward
making the club a success.
The purpose of the club is to learn the songs and folk dances of the various countries.
Officers are elected once every semester. The first semester officers were as follows:
Veva Chumbley, President, Louise Lunt, Vice President, and Louie Miller, Secretary and
Treasurer. The officers the second semester are: Mary Keefe, Presidentg Arlene Cecil,
Vice-president, and Ruby Farwell, Secretary and Treasurer.
The students belonging to the club are as follows: Maurine Allbaugh, Arlene Cecil,
Eula Clem, Gertrude Choate, Wilma Choate, Veva Chumbley, Thelma Culver, Helen
Disbrow, Josephine Eivins, Ruby Farwell, Thelma Farwell, Florence Foy, Mildred Gripp,
Margaret Haines, Helen Healy, Mary Keefe, Ila Kingery, Esther Kuhns, Georgia Kuhns,
Maxine Lamb, Mildred Leach, Louise Lunt, Thelma Metz, Louie Miller, Eleanor Noble,
Darlene Peak, Lucille Pettigrew, Edna Reed. Marjorie Ruscoe, Roberta Shafer, Orpha
Toland, Claudine Utterback.
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