Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1908

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Page 144 text:

Y. W. C. A. CABINET Mabel Swanson Nellie BeogMOD Bessie Henderson Inez Hawkins Mary Scclig Zola Zinn Gertrude Kaston Ethel Berry Bertha Kessling Bessie Foster Bessie Zink Esther Clark Anna Leeper

Page 143 text:

Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS President, J. T. Akers. Vice-President, D. L. Carlson. Treasurer, B. E. Swenson. Recording Secretary, C. O. Olinc. Corresponding Secretary, E. R. Gross. CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES Religious Committee. F. O. Zink. Bible Study, C. O. Oline. Missionary, O. W. James. Prayer Meeting, Albert Peterson. Music, B. H. Rowan. Roqiu. Elmon Sutphin. Social, E. R. Gross. Membership, W. S. Cook. Personal Work. D. L. Carlson. The Y. M. C. A. of the Normal has always stood paramount!)' for nobility of character. Anyone who will scan the records of the Normal's young men both in school and in the field of activity'will be impressed with the Christian steadfastness of the average who have been brought under the uplifting influence of our Alma Mater. A great part of the credit for the inculcating of these high ideals rightly belongs to the Y. M. C. A. The characteristic feature of our association rests in the fact that there exists among its members that spirit of good-will and fellowship that is indeed an essential part of every Christian young man. It is complimentary to our association to note that our membership is composed of the most prominent as well as the most efficient students of the Normal. Devotional services arc held every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock in Everett Hall, where the boys meet together to have heart to heart talks of the higher and nobler life—the life hid in Christ. Meetings are held every Friday afternoon at 4:30 for systematic Bible study. Prof. Brownell, who for years has been such a helpful factor in promoting the Christian influences of the Y. M. C. A., conducts the class very interestingly and profitably. We have furnished our full quota of delegates to the various national and state conventions, having sent one to the State Students’ Volunteer Convention held at Lincoln, five to the State Convention at Norfolk and one to the Presidents’ Conference at York. Wc have also planned to send five delegates to the summer conference at Cascade, Colorado. Among the prominent men who have been with us during the year and whom we have had the pleasure of hearing are: I)r. Henry Williams of Des Moines, Iowa; State Secretary J. P. Bailey, Dr. Hudson of Hastings and E. J. Simons, the students’ state secretary. The association closes its year’s work with a high appreciation of the lova) support which has been given it by the men of the Normal. Its service is to them and only as it inspires them to feel that the man who serves most, lives most, does it adequately fulfill its mission. Hundredforty-three



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Y. W. C. A. Motto—“I came that ye might have life, and have it most abundantly ” OFFICERS President. Bessie Zink. Vice-President, Ethel Berry. Treasurer, Nellie Bengston. Recording Secretary, Mary Seclig. Corresponding Secretary, Anna Lccper. CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES Membership, Ethel Berry, Personal Workers, Elizabeth Henderson. Religious, Fay Hanks. Bible Study, Fay Timmerman. Prayer Meeting, Bess Foster. Room. Zola Zinn. Social; Bertha Kesling. Inter-Collegiate, Anna Leeper. The development of Christian character and the deepening of spiritual life is the predominate aim of the association. The sphere of our efforts is not limited to the membership, but to every young woman in school. The study of God’s word is promoted by having regularly organized Bible study classes. Mission study is also made an object of special prayer and study, and to this end there are regular mission study classes, and a missionary meeting is held once a month in the Sunday afternoon meeting. Money for foreign and home missions is partially raised by free will offerings, systematic giving being especially emphasized. Miss Ada Yibbard, General Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. at the University of Nebraska, spent a few days in March with our association in the interest of the missionary and personal work. The Y. W. C. A. has the honor of being the largest organization in school, having a membership of over two hundred. An earnest effort is ever made to win for Christ those not already Christians. and to develop in the Christian young woman deeper spirituality, willingness, and capability for future service. Hundred'for ly-Jive

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