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In The Everchanging Panorama of Events,
come initiations — highlighted by shaking candidates, candles, and robed figures similar to these
Dramatic Club bigwigs, Karr, Richardson and Carter.
Page 68 text:
Gamma Chi Councilors convene Janecek. Robison. Willberger, Stark. Pershing, Jimerson, Harris, Meier, Jones, Muenchau, Damme, Dunning, Modlin.
Efficiency-expert Maxine Pershing. Gamma Chi's brown-eyed prexy looked over purposes of the club, noted an auditorium filled with champing gals and dealt out a program whose kick was felt all season.
To cultivate inner poise, create cultural atmosphere, there were marriage discussions, dancing sessions, Christmas caroling bees, and prom trottings. Friendship promotion took place during worthwhile relaxation periods which extended from the inhaling of popcorn balls and apple cider to the chortling over toy turtle races and musical kneeling games.
Stirring up the campus with an old love—a costume party, caused Gamma Chiers to fling on assorted knick-knacks February 12, which might typify the month of their births.
Bernice Klindt was attired in a firecracker suit;
Edie Straube impersonated Santa; funie Modlin snitched her roomie's curtains for her bride costume; the bandaged trio of Thomas. Jones and Collins paraded as the Spirit of 76; and Pauline Stark was a preacher, Phil Benson a barefoot boy, and Ruth McDonald the typical mother-in-law. But snooky as the other kids were, Spanish Peanut Vendor Grace Muenchau and Helen Janecek as a Czechoslovakian doll were dubbed "best dressed.”
Every month rattled away with stunts which included Maypole dances, leap year proposals, fishing sprees, and necktie parties, but cleverest portion of the program was that written by the combined forces of the November-Decem-ber group: Mary Modlin. Marge Gillam, Gen Mobley, Edith Straube, Hazel Palmer, Dottie Teachman, Ginnie Palmer, Helen Janecek, Ruth Swartz, and Muriel Reuter, who opened a doll shop and won first prize.
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