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Music Chairman .....
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Freshman Chairman .,
Mrs. Walter Merboth
Mrs. Mary H. Mitchell
Mrs. Richard Brown
J. N. Sours
Mrs. C. J. Quackenbush
Mrs. Cleve Coakley
Mrs J. V. Richardson
.. Betty Quackenbush
Secretary . . . . . . . Marie Sidenei
Treasurer ........... Pauline Stoenner
Sophomore Chairman . .. ........ Lilly Detty
Junior Chairman ..... Thelma Farwell
Senior Chairman .... Geneve Castle
Selling Chairman ..... .... . . Hester Conway
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THE LEATHERCRAFT CLUB
A PLAY IN ONE ACT.
Time: Every Wednesday, eighth period.
Place: Natural Science Room.
Characters: Sponsor-Miss McCrea.
Vice President-Margaret McGregor.
Members-Derald Sullivan, Frank Justice, Joie Almquist.
Stage setting: A number of desks, covered with leather and leather craft tools.
Synopsis: The play deals with the above characters and what they do in club period on
The members of the club try to learn more about leather tooling by making articles
from leather. Pocket books, bill folds, keycases, notebook covers, and belts have been made
by the club this year. We expect to finish more before the end of the school year. Most
of the characters in this play had experience in leather work at training camp this summer.
This was the first time this plan had been attemptcd in our high school and Miss
McCrea has been very helpful to us in getting our club started.
When the curtain lowers on our play at the end of this year, we hope we shall
have learned more about the art of leathercraft.
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Every year this organization is growing bigger and better. The Girl Reserves have
held a prominent place in the school this yea1'. They very successfully operated the
cafeteria last winter. Then they also obtained permission to sell candy, apples, and so
forth, at all athletic events. All this money goes into the Girl Reserve fund which will
probably be used to send delegates to the summer conference at Okoboji. Last year the
local club sent two delegates, Betty Quackenbush, President, and Phoebe Penn, Program
Chairman, to this annual event. This isw not only a benefit for the club itself, but also a
wonderful experience for any girl. This summer we intend to send many more delegates
to the summer conference.
An entirely new plan was tried out this year and proved very successful. The girls
were divided into groups according to classes, as Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior
with a chairman for each group. Each group then chose a sponsor. The sponsors are
women of the town who are interested in Girl Reserve work. The groups held their
regular meetings every two weeks and carried on their business independently of the
organization as a whole. All of the divisions planned several social events during the
year. Meetings for all the members were planned for the first Tuesday of each month.
The responsibility for these programs fell to the program chairman. Various types of
meetings were used. They included a musical program by seniors, devotional period,
discussional meetings, and etiquette lessons.
The outstanding events of the G. R. calendar this year were: Bobsled ride, Christmas
party, Hi-Y entertainment, Mother-Daughter banquet, and Zion Conference.
Our club sponsor this year was Miss Daisy Whitman. During her illness Miss Buck
very ably and kindly was the sponsor. All the club members appreciate the attention,
advice, and service they both have given us.
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