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Peru Men’s Club is a "Man’s Club” in the fullest meaning of the term. The object of this club is to promote the best interest and good fellowship among the men of the college. It has not assumed the duties and responsibilities of a student control organization, nor has it a Fraternity. On the other hand it has assumed from the first a broad view of student life
and has stood back of every student activity as well as all the school policies. As a club it
has had its regular meetings mostly with luncheons.
We have been fortunate again this year to have men, of state and national reputation
in their respective lines to address our meetings.
The following are the men who addressed the Club at their luncheons:
Frank I). Tomson, director of publicity for the Woods Brothers Company.
Verne Hedge, retiring president of the Lincoln Rotary Club.
Orville J. Fee, former president of the Lincoln Rotary Club.
Adrian M. Ncwens, president and owner of the Nebraska University School of Music.
K. J. Sias, president and manager of the Lincoln Auto and 'Praetor School.
Dr. Bailey, proprietor of the "Green Gables” Sanatorium.
James Lawrence, managing editor of Lincoln Daily Star.
H. O. Ferguson, director of public school music, Lincoln Public School.
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During the past year the V. W. C. A. lias aimed to establish a religious center for the girls of the school. Each meeting was of some value both spiritually and socially. The plan of this year’s program was to have one social, one business, one discussional, and one religious meeting during the month; in this way some exceptionally good meetings were conducted.
At the beginning of the year the young men and young women have the customary mixer to start the school year with the real spirit of friendliness and fellowship. In November the organization celebrated its twenty-sixth anniversary bv giving a birthday party to which everyone was invited provided they brought their own birthday money to represent their age. The last of the year saw the new rest room completed and furnished. This can hereafter be used as a place of rest and study for girls living at a distance from the school buildings.
Not only have the efforts of the girls remained within their own immediate circle but just before Christmas a collection of clothing and groceries was made to fill Christmas boxes for families in and around Peru. A drive was also made to raise money for relief of students in Europe. This was quite a success; with the aid of the Y. M. C. A. a very acceptable sum was raised by selling tags, the proceeds of which were turned over to the headquarters for immediate use.
At a few of the meetings special attention was directed toward interesting all members in the national organization and world movements. To represent these Miss Appleby and Miss McClenahan have been present and given very inspiring talks. At the Estes Park meetings the topics centered around the summer conference there with the intention of inducing students to attend. At one meeting Mr. Clayburn and Mr. Brownell put on a very interesting program of slides showing the camp, and many beautiful scenes from that country.
The united and whole-hearted efforts displayed have brought results that will be lasting and have made the association valuable to each member. The good work accomplished is due to the ceaseless efforts of the president and her cabinet and the advisers.
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