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GIRLS' CLUB PARTY
Our annual prom this year was a "Kid Party." Prize winners were chosen, and the twenty-five winners put on the program given at the annual birthday party in chapel, March 1st, to which the men of the campus were invited.
One of the Girls' Club’s greatest purposes beside social welfare is the financial aid provided girls through its loan fund. Our aims are to:
Cultivate inner poise and grace.
Help girls os a group to work together toward a common goal.
Promote friendship and good fellowship.
Stand for unity of action.
Create a cultural and appreciative atmosphere.
Manifest cooperation for the betterment of the social and ethical standards. Make a place for real fun and pep at the proper time.
Create a spirit of individual devotion.
Form a worth while relaxation period.
Aid in a financial crisis.
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Pint Row; Coldor, Carlson, Critchfiold. Dickerson. Oilier
Socond Row; Dunning, Gaines. Grubb. Hudson
Third Row: Jarman. Jodry. Kimsey, Kingsolver. Sprague
CAROLINE CALDER . . .
HARRIET ANN KINGSOLVER LEONA HUDSON . . .
ELIZABETH SPRAGUE . .
LORA DICKERSON . . .
JOYCE GRUBB .... MRS. INICE DUNNING . .
President Vice-President . . Secretary
. . Treasurer
Program Chairman Program Chairman Sponsor
The Girls' Club is an active organization open to all girls on the campus. It is now fourteen years old, and is fulfilling the ideals of its founder, Miss Mattie Cook Ellis.
The Council consists of the officers and representatives: two elected from each floor of the dormitories and one from the west, east, and south sections of town.
Meetings of the entire club are held monthly in the college auditorium, and the girls living in resident halls other than the dormitory also meet once a month to consider their particular problems.
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Prosidont ELDON HAYWARD
The Kodok Club wos organized for tho purpose of allowing students who own kodaks to got together and toko picturos. Their aim is to produce artistic effects in taking, dovoloping and printing their "snaps." Sovorol mootings wore dovotod to developing and printing. A trip to tho Petersen Studio in Auburn, onoblod tho club to loom tho mochonism of their cameras, how pictures ore onlarged, and how to arrongo lights for indoor portraits. One ovoning wos spent in taking interior picturos of Miss Tear's home. The Kodak Club sponsorod a hiko this spring for anyone interested.
President IDA BRACKNEY
The Personality Club aims to develop tho personality of tho individual rcgordloss of any handicaps. _ Among tho timoly topics that were stressed in tho mootings this yoar woro: tho bringing out of personality in dress and porsonal appearance, personality in travel, personality os on assot to the school teachor, differences in porsonolity botwoen racos. and personality plus.
Tho dominating accomplishment this yoar was tho standardization of a silver pin engraved with the letters G. P. C. roprosonting the Girls' Personality Club. The values of social contacts and responsibility has brought out unknown qualities in the membors of tho organization.
Presidont GRACE PETERSEN .... Sponsor
The purposo of tho Minorva Club is to croato an interost in tho higher typos of literaturo. Several mootings havo boon dovotod to the roading of poetry by tho classic poots and discussion of authors in rospoct to versatility of character portrayal. Miss Potorson ontertainod the club at a dinnor on St. Patrick's Day. Tho mombors of tho club plan to writo intorosting book reviews for the Froshman Bulletin Board to croato an intorost in now books.
■ . . . President D. J. NABORS...........................Sponsor
"Tho play's tho thing"—has been tho watch word of Poru Players this year and through the efforts of tho student sponsors ond Professor Nabors tho mombors of tho club have acquired poise and solf-oxprossion.
Keen competition was inspirod by dividing the aroup into four divisions and by uso of tho point system. Tho mombors of the club woro guests of the Dramatic Club sovoral times. Tho gool of Peru Playors is to holp tho Freshman studont find himsolf and to prepare for onfranco into the Peru Dramatic Club.
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