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Page 105 text:
GIRLS’ CLUB COUNCIL
Helen Clineiiuru. Leone Vanderford. Avekyl Gaines, Madonna Brady, Chloe Pate Ruth Smbdi.by, Lucille Dickinson, Jessie Givens, Ruth Shelly, Dorothy Martindale
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I nick Dunning Ethel Coatney Flora Sheik Ethel Reed
Sponsor President Secretary Treasurer
OPEN to all the girls on the campus, the College ('.iris’ Club stands for unity of action, co-operation for the betterment of the social and ethical standards, and a spirit of oneness among the girls.
The first event sponsored by the Club was the presentation of Regina Holcomb in a morality play entitled "Everywoman,” the proceeds from which were used to swell the ( lub loan fund which assists many girls to complete their education.
The girls aided with the success of Homecoming events by acting as hostesses to all alumni and friends; they contributed largely to the spirit of pep by presenting at the game over two hundred blue and white Bobcats of their own making.
Again they were hostesses at the M-I-N-K music and dramatic tournament, keeping open house at Mount Vernon Hall all during the session, serving light refreshments and providing entertainment for all contestants and visitors.
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"Pair of Bunnies”—“The Rain bene Girl'
Prize costumes Lucille Irwin, Margaret Bump, Marion Hall
THE crowning event of the year, the annual costume party, was carried out in the big gymnasium with the general theme of an all-year-round party. A galaxy of gay costumes, booths, and stunts suggesting every special event of the calendar made a spectacular scene.
The ninth birthday party of the club was celebrated at regular convocation time with the Men’s Club as guests, and at that time was presented a cleverly arranged panoramic reproduction of the costume party.
That the organization has meant much to many of the former Peru girls is evidenced by the fact that several of the alumni have sent birthday gifts to the club.
Mrs. Dunning gives unlimited energy to the welfare of the girls, and is ably assisted by an efficient corps of officers, council members and sub-council members which represent all the leading rooming houses of Peru.
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