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First Rose: W. Boy son E. Novak J. Northcott W. Ilepncr B. Anderson A. Baldwin J. Holbrook
G. Troyak D. Wcathcrwax
Second Row: P. Witousek R. Broiler P. Nissen D. Grout G. Alt J. Kanealy R. Mitvalsky B. Sanford J. Piper I). Ilahn G. Frazee R. Wilson Top Row: G. Stark R. Yaw W. Snouffcr N. Stookey F. Lowry G. Cockburn D. Oakley W. Wells
irvURING the past semester the Washing-ton Hi-Y has been making a study of many different vocations by hearing talks from business men representing different fields of work. Each man gave a summary of his respective business, telling about such things as his daily work, personal contacts gained through it, the present opportunities afforded, salaries offerer!, etc. The following men took part on the programs: Mr. Otto Ambrose, whose subject was “Advertising ; Mr. B. D. Silliman, “Law”; Mr. Edward Soboda Jr., “A Trip Through Europe”; Mr. Arthur Poe, “Traveling in Alaska and in Italy”; Mr. C. A. Beems, “What Goes on at Anamosa”; Mr. Edward Howe, “Insurance as a Vocation”; Mr. S. E. Coquillette, “Banking as a Vocation ; Mr. O. W. Latimer, “En-
gineering as a Vocation”; Mr. Harry White, “Christian Work in Other Countries"; Mr. Hugh Orchard gave at the Mother and Son banquet, “A Message to Sons and Parents.”
The plans for the coming semester will follow much the same course, taking up more vocations such as: Architecture, Medicine, General Business, Aviation, Loans and Mortgages. and some of the trades. The main idea of this plan is to help show each lx y the actual conditions and the opportunities of as many different vocations as possible, so as to help him in the selection of his own life work.
The officers of this organization are: President, Byron Anderson: Secretary, James Clark; Treasurer. William Hepner.
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First Row: M. Ukh M. Konccnv V. Rosenberg E. Hovorka
Second Row: M. Voigt M. Canson R. Mabon M. Miller E. Knox A. Thompson V. Vane I). Davidson
Third Row: A. Pendleton Z. Marty S. Hibnes B. Robinson P. Vane M. Brown J. Stryker
O. Spcaric E Focht
Top Row: P. Wcsterficld R. Kemp L. Palmer E. Cook I. Deacon C. Klema R. King
HpHE Erodelphian society, founded in 1918, aims to inspire love of pood literature among senior girls. The motto is “There’s always room at the top of the ladder.” The flower of the society is the sweet pea and the colors are lavender and rose.
During this year the members of the Erodelphian society have had many opportunities in which to show self-expression along musical, literary, and dramatic lines. At these meetings, the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, the programs have consisted of solo, duet, and quartet work, readings, short plays, and biographies. In addition to the regular programs they have enjoyed sister-ships given at the homes of members. The social committee also provided for a dance that was given in the Chamber of Commerce
building, on the night of December 14, 1929. The special social event for the spring semester is the Erodelphian banquet.
The society had for its officers during the fall semester: President, Ruth Mabon; Vice-President. Virginia Vane; Secretary. Edith Knox: Treasurer, Marjorie Voigt; and Pulse Reporter, Marguerite Konecny.
Officers for the spring semester are: President. Marjorie Miller; Vice-President, Alberta Thompson: Secretary. Virginia Vane; Treasurer. Donna Davidson: and Pulse Reporter. Margaret Ganson.
With the critic. Miss Hibbard, officers, and members working together, the society has completed an enjoyable and very successful year.
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HI-Y-ETTE GIRL RESERVES
HTHE Hi-Y-Ette Girl Reserves are a part of an international organization, the Young Women’s Christian Association. In the fall of 1919 our club took the name of Hi-Y-Ette (iirl Reserves and chose as its motto, “To get, to grow, and to give in the spirit of Christian comradeship.” The purpose of the national organization is, “I will try to face life squarely and to find and give the best.” The Washington group is under the direction of a cabinet composed of: President, Edith Knox; Vice-President, Patricia Burk-halter; Secretary, Martha Joy Mason; Treasurer. Donna Davidson; Program Committee Chairman, Marguerite Konecny; Finance, Mary Jane Martin; Social. Frances Wester-field: Publicity, Audrey Carithers; Music, Virginia Vane; Service, Janet Murray. The advisers of the committees include: Chief Adviser, Alice Rogers: Program, Lorene Mac-
Danel; Social, Grace Glass: Publicity, Adeline Taylor; Finance, Louise Northcott: Service, Betty Roberts; and the Girl Reserve Secretary, Margaret E. Barnes.
In the summer of ’29 Edith Knox, Betty Carithers, Frances Westerfield, and Marguerite Konecny went to Okoboji for Girl Reserve conference. A large number of Hi-Y-Ettes also attended Girl Reserve Camp at Wapsie “Y.”
In September a tea was given for all the new girls in school. Programs for the year were an impressive Candle Ceremonial, tea for A. 1). T.'s of Grant; talk on Denmark by Miss Emma Larson: World Fellowship; Spring style show, and Senior Farewell. Three large patties were given: a “Kid Party,’’ a general get-together, and the annual “Movie Ball.” One meeting was devotee! to making a layette for the Needlework Guild.
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