Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1934

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 84 of 168
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THE 19 3 4 PERUVIAN Second Row JOHNSON SPEEDIE PACKARD WEARE YOUNG Y. W. C. A. TO realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, to have a part in making this life possible for all people, and to seek to understand Jesus and follow him are all embodied in the purpose of the Young Women's Christian Association. These aims have been carried out in the activities of this organization since the granting of its charter on October 19, 1887. Y. W. C. A. gives every girl an opportunity to pause each Wednesday night for a quiet hour and become better acquainted v ith herself and her God. During the week she is welcome at any time to enjoy the reading room which has been established in Mount Vernon Hall by the organization. In this room are kept the books of the circulating library. A "watermelon frolic" the first night of school introduced the freshmen and all girls new at Peru to the Y. W. C. A. organization. The work done by Miss Stella Scurlock, regional secretary, proved so outstanding last year that she was again invited to the campus in 1934. A group of Y. W. C. A. workers attended the district conference at Fremont in March, and several of the members plan to attend the National Conference at Estes Park this summer. To co-operate with the Y. M. C. A. in all religious activities has been the endeavor of the women's organization, and they have presented several joint meetings, one on life motivation, led by Miss Stella Scurlock. and one on the qualifications of an ideal girl or boy. CABINET MARJORIE YOUNG .... President EVELYN HOCHHEIM . . Vice-President ELIZABETH BARTLING . . . Secretary MILDRED SPEEDIE .... Treasurer DOROTHY JENNINGS . General Chairman DORIS PACKARD . . General Chairman BEULAH JOHNSON . General Chairman MISS MARY HILEMAN . . . Adviser MISS EDNA WEARE...........................Adviser Fir»f Row BARTLING HOCHHEIM HILEMAN JENNINGS

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THE 1934 PERUVIAN Y. M. C. A. The Young Men's Christian Association is a union of students and faculty members for the purpose of learning to know God. The association does this both by study and through experience. The group strives always to be progressive and seeks to find the application of the ideals of Christ to modern problems, in the belief that this is one of the needs of the times. 1886 saw the beginning of Y. M. C. A.'s many endeavors on this campus. A large number of varying activities have been sponsored by the "Y" during the past year. A church-program service has been maintained and deputation teams have been sent out to many churches, affording, among other things, training in Christian leadership. It has been the policy of the "Y" to bring speakers and "Y" leaders to the campus, both for the benefit of the Y. M. C. A. and for the inspiration of the general student body. C. D. Hayes, traveling secretary for the district, has twice visited the campus in the last year. This spring the newly elected officers were sent to the Spring Officers' Training Conference held at Midland College. Members of the organization also participated in the Rocky Mountain Field Council Meeting. During the winter months a series of Sunday morning meetings was held. At these meetings Bruce Curry's outline of student problems was followed. The annual Father and Son Banquet was sponsored by the "Y" jointly with the Kiwanis Club on December 12. The Wednesday night meetings are the main channel through which religious inspiration is offered to the boys of the campus. CABINET . . . President ORVILLE BUEHLER . . . Treasurer Deputation Chairman . Retreat Chairman Publicity Chairman . . . Adviser MERL PEEK . . . HAROLD FISHER CLAYBORN MORT grant McClellan GEORGE HASKINS L. B. MATHEWS . OTTO WELLENSICK ALFRED KNAPP . ROSS GLOVER . . DWIGHT WALDO . A. B. CLAYBURN . Vice-President . . Secretary Devotional Chairman Reading Chairman Program Chairman . . . Adviser !u First Row BEUHIER FISHER CLAYBURN GLOVER HASKINS Second Row KNAPP MORT McClellan peek MATHEWS WALDO 75



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THE 19 3 4 PERUVIAN Freshman Clubs MINERVA CLUB First Semester LUCILLE 8ROOKS Second Semester MARGARET SMITH . . . President Sponsors EDNA MAYSTRICK end VIVIAN SHLAES GRACE PETERSEN. Counselor This is e Freshmen Club which oims to intorcst tho members in reeding. The sociel side is elso taken into eccount. The interest this yeer hes been outstanding. The first semester we had e veriety of entorteinment end programs, which wero developed ebout books ond authors. Tho second semester the members leaned more to book reviews and biography of authors, thus making tho club more serious in nature. PERSONALITY CLUB First Semostcr ARLINE STASTNY Second Somester ARLINE STASTNY . . . Prefident Sponsors MILDRED SPEEDIE and VIOLA FENTIMAN IDA BRACKNEY. Counselor Tho Personality Club aims to dovolop tho personality of tho individual regardloss of any handicaps. Among the timely topics that wore stressed in tho mootings this yoar wore—tho bringing out of personality in dress and appearance, personality in travol. personality as on assot to tho school teacher, differences in personality between races, and personality plus. Tho values of social contacts end responsibility has brought out unknown qualities in the members of tho organization. PERU PLAYERS First Semester AMOS SULLIVAN Second Scmostor WILLIS WIRTH . . . President .... Sponsor HAZEL NILES D. J. NABORS. Counselor Upper Class Group Leaders ELOISE NOA RACHEL VIERS MARJORIE MENDENHALL ELEANOR MAY ADELE PENTERMAN MARGARET SHOEMAKER "The play's tho thing"—has been the watchword of Peru Players this year and through the efforts of the students, sponsors ond Professor Nabors the members of the dub have acquired poise and self-expression. Keen competition was inspired by dividing tho group into six divisions and by the use of the point system. The mombors of tho club were guests of tho Dromatic Club several times. The goal of Peru ployers is to help the freshman student find himself and to preporo for entrance into tho Peru Dramatic Club. SCRIBBLERS CLUB First Semester JANICE KNOUSE Second Semester .HELEN BROOKS . . . . President .... Sponsors WILMA JAMES and BETTY PANCAKE MRS. B. K. BAKER. Counselor The Scribblers Club this year has been an active, enthusiastic group, interested particularly in short-story writing ond poetry. As the aim of the club is to develop the interests and abilities of young writers, present trends in the field of modern litorature havo been studied and discussed. 77

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