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Thomas Burchard Borchers
Burgess Bowen Finley
Abba Bowen Rita Thomas Marie Finley Marjorie Bodwcll
Rena Burgess Bernice Borchers Marccllc Burchard
The Episcopal Guild was organized in the fall of 1912. The following officers were elected for the year 1914-15. in September: Miss Bowen, adviser; Berenice Borchers, president; Rena Burgess, secretary and treasurer: and Marie Finley. Nornialitc reporter.
Miss Bowen reads the service each Sunday at 9 o'clock in the Guild room. Reverend Barnes of Nebraska City conducted several communion services during Lent.
The members have enjoyed a number of social meetings during the year.
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DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Schwenkcr Blankenship
Glasgow Myscr Johnson
The school year of 1914-15 has been an important one in the history of the Dramatic Club. The Club has had its full quota of sixty members throughout the year, and the plays which have been presented monthly have been the work of standard authors. The Club has also welcomed a new adviser this year, Miss Grace Myscr, temporary head of the Expression Department.
Miss Myscr comes to Peru from Canton, Ohio. She graduated from the Emerson School of Oratory in Poston and has had considerable experience in private teaching, lecture and platform work.
The first plays presented were “Cicely’s Cavalier” and “Miss Civilization." followed during the next few months by “Poison,” “The Marble Arch,” “My Mexican Rose,” “Fugi,” and “Comedy and Tragedy.” The interpretation of the different characters was excellent and the acting of a high order. Especially commendatory work was done by the casts presenting Barrie’s “Twelve-Pound Look” and “King Daughter.”
One of the greatest dramatic productions of the year was presented in April when the Club presented as its annual public performance, Winchell’s Smith’s comedy in four acts, “The Fortune Hunter.” Each character was carefully studied and a strong cast chosen. Much credit is due the members of the cast, and the coach, Miss Myscr, for the excellence of the production
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