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First Now: I). Davidson P. Burkhaltcr M. .Mason A. Carithcrs M. Martin
Top Row: j. Murray Miss Rogers M. Koneeny F. NVesterfield V. Vane Miss Barnes E. Knox
A DALINE Adolphs. Jane Anderson, Harriet Barnaby, Natalia Belting, Ethel Berg, Kathryn Bibby, Kate Bishop, Edith Bough-an, Betty Brown, Maxine Brown. Xyline Brown, Shirley Brown, Betty Carrithers, Mildred Childs, Gertrude Conrad, Harriet Cook, Beth Courtney, Inez Deacon, Janet Demmon. Evangeline Dennis, Marian Dietz, Margaret Dingman, Doris Dodds, Ida May Dunlap, Lorena May Dunlap, Marianne Dvorak, Ruth Ebling, Helen Ely, Katherine Engle, Elna Ericksen, Vera Fanis, Elizabeth Focht, Mary Gage, Ruth Geirger. Jane Goodfellow. Eleanor Gustafson. Winnie Holley, Mary Hamlin. Dreva Hawks, Marion Hepner, Mildred Herkner, Dorothy Hallenback, Dorothy Hovey. Beth Hubbard, Helen Hughes, Vivian Ives, Elizabeth Jackson, Alta Jacobsen. Mary
Knopp, Bernice Knickerbocker, Virginia Knox, Mary Krohl, Mary Krall, Dorothy Krebs, Margaret Krebs, Virginia Kuning, Eva Lary, Evah Lary, Kathryn Leat’.ien, Barbara Lindsay, Letha Lyon, Lucille McGowan, Mary Jane McRaith, Colonial Miller, Dorothy Miller, Catherine Montillon, Helen Mul-holland, Dorothy Newell, Ruth Nehls, Donna Louise Nicholas, Catherine Palmer, Alice Parkyn, Sue Poyneer, Betty Reitz, Mary Catherine Reilly, Miriam Rogers, Gladys Salasek, Virginia Shaler, Ruth Shaver, Merle Stephenson, Josephine Stallba, Lois Terhune, Jeannette Totton, Virginia Vane, Dorothy Wat land, Florence Weaver, Virginia Weld, Annalie Welday, Marceil Wells, Margaret Wernimont, Eilleen Wieland, Gertrude Williams.
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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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•'ir« Row: N. Arcndtv G. Geiger H. Mateer W. Goon V. Kr.ox J. Goodie! low D. Lindsey I. Hill
Sftond Row: Miss Combs R. Schaefer S. Poyneer II. Sherman C. Palmer M. I. Mason B. Courtney Miss Blackford
Top Row: M. A. Groves D. Kushner M. J. Martin M. Nicol A. Wilcox B. Reeve
ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA
nr HE oldest of girls' societies in Washington High School was named for Abigail Stone Abbott, who was principal of this school for thirty-five years.
“To encourage debating among the girls and to further the social and moral welfare of its members'’ is the aim of A. S. A. In carrying out this aim, the society conducts at each meeting, an interesting debate among six girls, the other members deciding the winning three.
As a social event for the fall semester, a Christmas party was given just before the holidays. The scene of the affair was made festive by Christmas greens and candles.
A happy feature of the evening was the distribution of gifts that were piled high under
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a Christmas tree. For the spring social event the organization entertained its members at a dance.
This year A. S. A. contributed fifty dollars to the Washington Educational Fund.
A. S. A. completed a successful year under the leadership of the critics, Miss Combs and Miss Blackford. The officers of the fall semester were: President, Mary Ellen Hamilton; Vice-President, Catherine Fredericks; Secretary, Margaret Nicol; Treasurer, Patricia Burkhalter; Warden, Virginia Knox. For the spring semester the officers are; President, Virginia Knox; Vice-President, Harriet Ma-teer; Secretary, Jane Goodfellow; Treasurer, Wilma Coon; Warden, Dorothy Kushner; Pulse Reporter, Neva Brown.
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