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Page 129 text:
THE STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
First Row: Carder, Davis, Filloy. Homer Hatcher Socond Row: Haw by, Nilos. Rohrs
During the past few years a growing need has been felt for some kind of student government on the campus. Last year this need found expression in a proposed student government plan, which the students discussed fully and finally determined by vote not to adopt. They did, however, indicate that some kind of student co-operation was desired. As a result a plan was devised this year in which each of the four classes elected two members from each class to form a student advisory council. The members chosen from the Senior class were Homer Hatcher. Belva Carder; from the Junior class, Burdette Cowell. Ruth Hawxby; from the Sophomore class, Hazel Niles, Hubert Filley: and from the Freshman class, Evelyn Davis. Fred Rhors.
The object of this Council is to hear suggestions from student groups relative to student activities on the campus, and if, in the opinion of the Council, they are worthy, a favorable recommendation is made to the Administrative faculty. To illustrate. the changes made relative to dances in the recreation hall, as well as the conduct of Freshman initiation, came about through recommendation of the Student Advisory Council to the Administrative faculty.
Page 128 text:
BETA BETA BETA
International Biological Fraternity
First Row: Anderson, Corior, Filloy, Hutchinson.
Socond Row: Jones, Londolt, Wheatley, Winter.
PAUL LANDOLT . . . Secretary and Treasurer
J. M. WINTER $..................................Sponsor
"I speak not for myself but for the Age unborn,
I caught the fire from those who went before,
The bearers of the torch who could not see The goal to which they strained,
I caught their fire
And carried it. only a little way beyond:
But there are those who wait for it. I know,
Those who will carry it on to victory,
I dare not fail them."
Beta Beta Beta is an International Biological Science Fraternity. The Pi Chapter was organized on the Peru campus in 1928. The aim of this organization is to stimulate interest in biological science and encourage high scholastic standings.
Through the unceasing efforts of Dr. J. M. Winter, who succeeded Dr. A. E. Holch as sponsor, the Chapter has progressed rapidly the past year. Some of the topics of interest pursued this year were Darwinism, X-ray, and slide making.
Page 130 text:
KAPPA OMICRON PHI
National Home Economics Sorority
First Row: Brady. Flinn. Milstead. Pierce Second Row: Spraguo. Stouffer. Vance. Wcare
ELIZABETH SPRAGUE .... Vice-President
Nu chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi was installed in Peru State Teachers College on March 15. 1930.
This organization has as its purpose the unification of the entire home economics department. With this purpose in view it entertained all of the girls enrolled in the department at various social functions.
The aim of the year's programs has been to develop a deeper appreciation and knowledge of beautiful furnishings for the home. Interesting discussions were held on such topics as "Period Furniture," "Japanese and Chinese Art." and "Oriental Rugs.’ Especially delightful was the visit to Miss Tear's apartment and her talk concerning the correct choice of vases. At Homecoming the active members gave a breakfast for the alumnae of the chapter.
Ada Brady was sent as representative of the Nu chapter to the national biennial conclave held at Winfield. Kansas.
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