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Page 85 text:
Y M C A
Featuring the hashing out of current problems through informal discussion and monthly basketball sessions, the Y. M. chalked up another successful year under the sponsorship of L. B. Mathews, and C. L. Reed.
President Marvin Schacht, Vice-Pres-
ident Merritt Jensen, Secretary Harold Dallam—all but re-elected Treasurer Jim Lambert, passed official papers over the second semester cabinet. Bob Williams, president; Gail Miller, vice-president; Sid Timmons, secretary, and Jim Lambert treasurer.
Back row: Lazzaro R. Kelly Sandin Coy Barrett Clare Fucinara Falloon Schutz
Seated: McCarty Petersen Bauman Wernsman B. Miller McDermott R. Tiehen
Every two weeks, the College Catholic Association met in the faculty room to hold informal discussion based upon the relation of religion to the present. Officers were Edna Mae Peter-
sen, president; Robert Kelly, vice-pres ident; Raymond Bauman, secretary-treasurer. Father J. F. Hennessy, Nebraska City, sponsored the group.
Page 84 text:
F. Bouse. Parnell. Libhart, Winkel-man, Bartling, Thomas, Stofferson, Collin. Weare. Redenbaugh Dramatics, Fellowship, Music, Creative Leisure groups.
Joint-sponsor of the Y. W.-Y. M. C. A. Carnival, “The Road to Oz"; contributor to the Chinese Foreign Fund, instigator of the annual Christmas Choraling and pageant and chili supper, —were some of the duties taken upon by President Faye Bouse for her up and coming Y. W. C. A. group.
At the change of semesters came an officer's turnover— resulting in Mary Elizabeth Collin's taking over prexy duties, Mary Olive Richardson's taking Vice-President Rita Russell's light; Grace Muenchau's stepping into Ardist Christian's secretary-statistics and Rachael Gonzales' taking over treasurer reigns left by Kathryn Bartling.
Organized on the commission basis the organization had the following divisions. Music, Dramatics, Creative Leisure, Fellowship.
During the second semester, delegates attended conference at Kearney, an Easter sunrise service was held and plans were made for Peruvian attendance at Estes Park.
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Personality Clubbers study the art of good grooming coached by Maxwell, Miller and Morelock.
Scribbler Kanel gets Dahlke and Heseman's reactions during the reading of her most recent poem.
Harriet cuts in properly on Wes and Lawson, Learn-to-Dance Club style.
Coy, Carolee, and Lurk peek into backstage life during Peru Players' goings-on.
Crawdads learn the intricacies of jackknifing from Mather andVelvick.
Pieper and Hinman pat down perspective rules at Sketch Club meetings.
Sponsorship experience of Miss Grace Tear, freshman class advisor, began when the freshman club idea was kicking its heels in the crib, and has continued through thirteen eventful years.
Newcomers may ride their hobbies or discover others in this club work which Miss Tear continually changes to meet demands of incoming classes.
Personality Club, guided by Sponsors Duey and Plager, elected Harriet Maxwell, president; Betty Miller, vice-president; and Monna Lee Morelock, secretary-treasurer.
Scribblers Club, for those interested in literary pursuits, was headed by Nina Kanel, assisted by Helen Dahlke, Unadean Armstrong, Maude Daft and Upperclass Sponsor Maryon Thomas.
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