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Page 136 text:
THE Girls’ Club played an important part in the success of our annual Homecoming, by acting as hostesses to all alumni and friends. This is one of the happiest memories of the year, for at the gay gathering of Peruvians new friends are made, and old friendships are renewed.
The Girls’ Club walks hand-in-hand with the other organizations of the campus, as was shown at the M. I. N. K. Music and Dramatic Tournament. It stands ready to aid in any enterprise for the betterment of “Old Peru.”
Sub-council Group—Cox, Crook, Dandliker, Darwin, Fisher, Ganz,
McGinnis, Henningsen, Hutchinson, Nook,
Ozendaugii, Payne, Peterson, Skeen, Skelton, Spahn
Page 135 text:
AS AN active organization, the Girls’ Club is unsurpassed. Regular meetings are held twice a month in the college auditorium. Its scope is large, for every girl on the campus is privileged to belong. Its aim is to build up a bigger student loan fund, which will enable many girls to complete their education.
The Girls’ Club was established in 1919, under the auspices of Miss Mattie Cook Ellis, Dean of Women. The club then, similar to the present organization, was characterized by its true spirit, sincerity, and high ideals. It was they, who organized the club, who set the standard, which we now support. They have handed down to us a sense of good entertainment of which we are proud.
Mrs. Inice Dunning .
Mary Gray .... Frances Mori arty
Hazel Williams ....
Officers—Gray. Mokiarty, Dinning, Brady, Williams Council—Alexander, Elliott, Harajian, Kimsry, Majors, Martixdalb, Milstead. Schrbpel, Wbnzl, Wilson
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PERHAPS the gayest event of the year for the Girls’ Club was its birthday party, an annual costume event. It was carried out in the form of a Story-Book Ball. An unusual array of costumes was displayed, for each girl was dressed to represent a character from some story.
Soon after the Story-Book Ball, a chapel program was presented by the prize winners and those who received honorable mention. This program, arranged by Ada Eyre, was cleverly carried out as Mistress Mary’s birthday party. At the same time, the program was the celebration of the ('.iris’ Club tenth birthday.
Second Prize Miller—Means
First Priss Wallin—Graves
Individual Prize Skelton—Eyre
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