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EPSILON PI TAU
National Industrial Arts Fraternity
Purposing to recognize the place of skill, to promote social efficiency, and to foster, counsel, and reward research in the fields of interest are the aims of this fraternity. Eta, the local chapter, has been active in furthering these ideals.
This year the organization sponsored a tour of southeastern Nebraska, during which the various members of the organization viewed the classes of high schools in this part of the state in action. This acquainted them with actual conditions of teaching industrial arts.
The fraternity also is sponsoring a news letter, to inform alumni members of the work being done by the society.
The officers were Ernest Rawson, president; Bernard Barisas, vice president; Ralph Scholl, secretary-treasurer; C. R. Lindstrom, adviser.
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Standing: Doan, R. Mooney, Bonford. Seated: Niemann, Carmine, Heck, Hardy.
Acord Aufenkamp Clarke M. D. Harris Hemphill I. Johnson V. Klonc
L. Matthews M. Matthows Motcall Potorson Sutorius Wagnor Woaro
KAPPA OMICRON PHI
National Home Economics Fraternity
Kappa Omicron Phi purposes with its organization to raise the standards and ideals of all the girls in the home economics department. Further than this aims to give the girls valuable experience and background in practical work in home economics.
This year the society has furthered these purposes by serving numerous dinners and banquets to faculty groups, campus organizations, and community clubs. Funds derived from this activity will be used to make it possible for a delegation from the local chapter to attend the National Conclave of Kappa Omicron Phi, which will be held at Santa Barbara, California, June tenth to twelfth inclusive.
Eleanor Hemphill was president; Ruth Sutorius, vice president; Verona Klone, secretary; Mary Matthews, treasurer; Maxine Metcalf, sergeant-at-arms.
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Standing: Culbertson, Stoinor, Roborts, Bath. E. Schacht, Rothmeior. Froooul, L. Schacht. Johnson, Wagonor, Wornor, Carmine, Slack.
Seated: Nofsger, Trively, Watkins, Shoebotham, Prichard. Jarvis, Libhart, Redenbaugh, Baum, Russell, Little.
YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Maxine Jarvis - - - -Doris Prichard - - -Mary Lizabeth Werner Mary Ellen Slack - -Zclda Carmine - - - ■ Elaine Shafer - - - -Eula Redenbaugh - -Edna Weare - - - -Marjorie West - - -
- - President - -
- Vice President -
- - Secretary - -
- - Treasurer - -
- Creative Leisure -■Religious Fellowship Y. W. Room Hostess
- Faculty Adviser
- Faculty Adviser
- - Leora Libhart
- - Laura Baum Eula Redenbaugh
- Evelyn Freeouf Helen M. Larson
- Wilma Parnell
Playing host for the first time, Peru's Y.W. C.fl. with the Y.M.C.A. cabinet greeted over 150 representatives from Nebraska colleges who attended the Spring Training Conference held here March 18, 19, and 20. Desiring the proper conference "yumph," committees secured inspirational Dr. Harold Bosley, of the Iowa State Teachers College faculty, at Cedar Falls, Iowa, for the main speaker. Dr. Bosley was formerly a Peru student and is now active in the theology field. Commission meetings were held to exchange campus problems and personal viewpoints. The evenings were topped off with fun night tactics, dancing and Estes Banquet.
The original Christmas Pageant presented every year at convocation was sponsored again by the Y.W.C.A. using an entire girl-cast. The annual Chinese Christmas sale and a chili supper were held to raise the treasurer's report.
Creative leisure groups planned a timebudgeting week for the ’overworked'' college girl and pursued hobby habits in finger painting, knitting and leisure reading.
When glimpses of cabinet members flitted across "mob scenes'' in the Estes movie shown at a joint meeting, feverish unrest was created among members of the organization to attend the Rocky Mountain Student Conference held in Colorado every June. Plans were made for a record breaking delegation to represent Peru at Estes Park.
fl shelf of books upon international relations, peace and religion was presented to the Peru college library.
Mr. Ray Kinney, Evelyn O'Conner and Mr. Charles Hulac, field workers for the organization, were campus visitors and speakers.
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