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Page 94 text:
International Relations Club
President .....,...........,.,.................,..,...w.................,. William Allen
Vice President ......,..., .,...,.,..,l..w,. V irginia Sauer
Secretary-Treasurer w..., ,,eY,........,.,.i.l,w.......,..i,,, E leanor Doerr
Advisor .,..,,..,.... ....,,.,,..,...,.,i,,.,,,,,....i,,,,,, M r. William Mungenast
The purpose of the International Relations Club is to stimulate interest in
world affairs. Topics such as "Will There Be Another War?", "Should The
United Nations Have a Veto PoWer?", and "Our Relations with Russia," were
dsicussed at the meetings by the members. The advisor, Mr. Mungenast, ob-
tained information on these subjects which members were at liberty to use.
Members made a trip to Montclair Teachers' College to attend a conven-
tion consisting of International Relaitons Clubs from all other schools and col-
leges. This ronvention proved vcry interesting to all.
The members in the club were: Ruth Lawes, Robert Kolb, lda Seckman
Virginia Sauer, William Allen, and Eleanor Doerr.
President ,...c,.............,,......ic.......,..... i..,,.,,,.....,..,.....,,,. C ecil Leer
Vice President ,.., ,......,i,, M arie Treiber
Secretary ,,c.... ..... D oris Ann Perkins
Treasurer ,,...., ,...,. ..,...,ii.... ..,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. I o a n Mayer
Advisor ......, .,..,.......,..,..,,i,,.,.,...i,,,,.,,,,,,..,..,.i,, M r. Henry Phoenix
The Spanish Club under the direction of Mr. Henry Phoenix had a very
happy and successful year.
Tht club devoted most of its time to card games, usina different parts of
speech. This way a useful and extensive vocabulary was developed.
The members read two Spanish plays dealing with the comical adventures
of store clerks and also about everyday events such as different ways of travel,
school happenings and telephone conversations.
The members were: Dick Bloy, Elizabeth Hawes, Bill Hutchins, Cecil Leer,
Ioan Mayer, Doris Perkins, Marie Treiber and Dolores Winter.
Page 93 text:
Junior Dramatic Club
President ..,,,,.........,,.., ..,,... ......... .... I e a n Ormsbee
Vice President ....... ...,.,.A, D on Newman
Secretary .,.,..,... ..,.,., P eggy VanNuys
Treasurer ..,r,. ........, I ane MCC'-iunnell
Advisor ....... ,,..e. .r.. M i ss Doris Kreit
The purpose of the Iunior Dramatic Club is to encourage Iunior Thespians
to show their dramatic talent. In addition to being given the opportunity to
perform, dramatically, at club meetings and assembly programs, the group
heard lectures on make up and other techniques for the stage.
This year the group, under the direction of its faculty advisor, Miss Doris
C. Kreft, devoted most of its meetings to a study oi the monologue and the
one-act play. Many of both types were given at the regular bi-weekly meet-
The lunior Dramatic Club sponsored an assembly program and several
oratorical contests. Among the latter were a public-speaking contest deaiing
with Iuvenile Delinquency and one dealing with the life of Partick Henry.
Freshmen members of the Club ieted the departing Sophomore members
with a party in Iune.
The outstanding event of the ycar was the Club trip to New York City to
see Ingrid Bergman in "Ioan of Lorraine." Miss Bergman was interviewed
personnally by some of the club members after the play.
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President ....,,w.,... ..... L aura Sharpe
Vice President .,,e., ,...... S hirely Pigott
Secretary i,,,.e..,.... ...,.,. P at Van Dorn
Treasurer ,..,.. ........,. I oan Lowden
Advisor .r,,w. .... M iss Sarah Gould
The Latin Club was reorganized this year after a year of inactivity. The
only requirement for membership was being a Latin student.
The aim of the Club was to familiarize students with the language and
customs ot the Romans.
At meetings they played games in Latin which helped the members with
Some of the activities of the year were: a banquet held in the Foods Room,
a trip to New York and a dinner and show at Asbury.
The members this year Were: Ruth Holms, Ioan Lowden, Shirley Pigott,
Laura Sharpe, Daniel Traverso, Dolores Van Dorn, Mary lane West, Lois Nilan,
Ianet Rose, Marilyn Nelson, Littan Vittor, Colette Lussier, and Pat Van Dorn.
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