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Artcraft Trovel Scribblors Crowdads
The Artcraft Club was not organized this year. In its place, howovor. a Radio Club was organized at the beginning of the school term but interest dwindled and the club has not been activo.
GRACE REIFF........................President FRANCES HARVEY .... Sponsor
The Travel Club was organized for thoso who onjoy planning trips and listening to illustrated lecturos by people on tho campus who havo travolod and ero ablo to bring to the members word picturos of distant lands.
Mr. Norwood took the club on a trip through Europe, Miss Gard told of her oxperioncos in Japan, Mr. Dolzoll gave a word-picture of Athens. Miss Diddoll told of hor visit to Mesa Verda National Park in Colorodo, Maurino Sutton told of life on a Montana ranch, and Miss Harvoy talked on a biology trip through tho southern and northwestern part of the United States.
LENORE HARRIS .... President MRS. 8. K. BAKER .... Sponsor
The Scribblors Club aims to develop on interest in creative writing, courago and porsovoranco in submitting material for publication, and, through tho friondly criticism of the sponsor, to improve thoir technique of writing. Poetry has been the chiof type of writing.
"Light piorces through the dorkness—
Beauty springs into tho clod—
Spring breaks tho grasp of winter—
A robin’s noto from God."
JOHN FOSTER.....................President BILL SHUMARD..................Sponsor
Tho Crawded Club loves to swin and dive. The membership has been largo this year and they report that they have had a lot of fun in learning new strokes, perfecting their diving and just swimming. A deeper spirit of companionship has developed between the collogo men in this club as a result of their common interest—swimming.
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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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EVERETT LITERARY SOCIETY
First Row: Auxier. Borrott, Bortling, Bootty, Borchert, Brady, Brogna Socond Row: Bugbee, Caldor, Davis, G. Drake, Filley. Flinn Third Row; Foster, Frazer, Harkson, Hinchcy, Hoploy, Hunt, Jarman
EDNA JARMAN—MERLE BORCHERT . Treasurer
The Everett Literary Society is sixty-one years old. In its early life the society was the source of such interests as debate, music, and dramatics. However, these activities have through the progress of the school become centered in the various departments and fraternities. The society now attempts, therefore, to fill the position of a social organization, which is necessary on the campus. The programs are put on by student talent assisted by faculty members.
JOYCE GRUBB. Projldont
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