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President ....... .. Margaret Farrell
Vice President ..... William Kelly
Secretary-Treasurer .... .... B eulah Sanders
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At the first of the year the Mete Club was known as the Photo Club, which originated
in the year 1927-283 however, at the beginning of the second semester it was felt by all
the members that photography did not give them enough scope for their varied abilities,
so it was proposed that they enlarge the field of their activities. This they did and took
the name Mete for their organization. The reason for this decision was that Mete is the
French word for miscellaneous. Their interests were so diverse that Miscellaneous seemed
the only appropriate epithet.
This society has studied photography, having even had a contest for the best action
picture taken. They have learned something about the art of puppetry. This is the enact-
ing of short plays on a miniature stage with dolls or puppets. This is as old a form of
entertainment as can be found anywhere. Also, they have studied dramatics and two
of the members of the Mete organization wrote a play.
The members of this club are: Margaret Farrell, Beulah Sanders, Reva Lamb, Maur-
ine Smith, Margaret Waddey, Kathryn Myers, Hope Hollister, Kathryn Coakley, Mable
Sisk, Jean Brady, Joy Hollister, Virginia Wareham, Helen Howell, Helen Mae Luce, Opal
Weidman, Alberta Baldwin, Mary Kenney, Dorothy Valin, Dorothy Jandry, Vera Utter,
Helen Lichty, Merritt Hunt, William Kelly, Clair Dir, and Helen Comer.
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The.Dramatic Club was organized at the beginning of the 1928-29 school year. The
aim of the club was to encourage self expression and to develop dramatic ability.
The club is under the supervision of Miss Harsh.
Robert Packwood acted as chairman of the constitutional committee. The constitution
was promptly submitted and adopted.
Soon after the club was organized the twenty-eight members were divided into four
groups. These groups in turn furnished the entertainment for club programs. Each
group was to present one or more short plays. An elimination was held later in the year,
through which all disinterested or inactive members were asked to resign their member-
ship. The result of this elimination was that a much greater interest was shown in
Aside from several social events, the Dramatic club has sponsored two convocations.
' First Semester Second Semester
President .... Cynthia Elliott .... .. Virginia Jones
Vice President Fern Shoenhair ...... Faye McKinnon
Secretary ......................... Ramona Van Velson ............... Lucille Anstey
The members of the club are: Helen Bogar, Lucille Anstey, Beulah Johnson, Cynthia
Elliott, Ruby Caberet, Virginia Jones, Natalie Wilson, Amber Williams, Simeon Strauss,
Thelma Lewis, Gayle McGregor, Earl Graham, Ramona Van Velson, Faye McKinnon,
Joe Kaveny, Fern Shoenhair, Florence Fouchek, Gula Mae Wallace, Roberta Willbee,
Eleanor Keefer, and Hazel LeBaron.
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This club was organized for the purpose of developing artistic ability and it has
brought out many buried treasures in the form of talents, ideas, and abilities that no one
had guessed existed.
It is composed of students interested in different lines of art. Most of the members
have talent, although talent is no required to become a member.
The club periods, at the first of the school year, were spent in making many difficult
and beautiful things. Some drew free hand, some painted, others framed pictures with
wax, and others did embroidery work of various sorts. About the middle of the year,
work was started on a miniature stage and the club showed interest and enthusiasm by
making several clever pieces of furniture and rugs. Curtains were made that would
operate similary to the ones on a real stage. Different sets of scenery were made and
they looked quite real.
Our officers are: President, Clara Atkinsong Secretary, Beulah O'Nea1g Sponsor, Miss
Chapman. The members are Morene Botkins, Maurine Coakley, Milan Chance, Lorene
Herzog, Richard Davey, Margaret James, Vadah Smith, Alma Fitzgerald, LeRoy Slater,
Argyl Sandeman, Bernice Lewis, Velma Vanscoy, Jessie Wilson and Irene Woods.
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