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Page 31 text:
President - - ---- Wilda BIUCC
Vice President - - - Barbara Gael Turney
Secretary - - - - - Wilma Rogers
Treasurer - - - - - Kathryn Ward
News Reporter - - - Betty Rose Morton
Scrap Book Chairman - - - Ethel Marie Lightner
Adviser ---------- Mrs. Page
According to Webster, service is that which promotes interest or happi-
ness. The Service Club has certainly lived up to that this year.
One program, which was said to have been the best ever given, was pre-
sented at the Springville Sanitarium. Each girl in the club took some part
The club purchased enough paint to paint the room in the gymnasium and
the club members did the painting.
The Service Club, with the Girl Reserves, presented the play, "Help
Yourself" on November twenty-second. The club also gave two very interest-
ing assembly programs.
Three much needed mirrors were purchased by the club and placeo
in the dressing room in the basement.
A play day was sponsored in the spring. Games for the grammar school
were also arranged,
The annual week-end party at Camp Nelson was the last social evc-nr
of the year for the Service Club.
Page 30 text:
President - - - L. Terry
Vice President - - - E. Walker
Secretary-Treasurer - - K. Driscoll
Historian --fv if - I. Myers
Adviser ---------- D. Conley
Spartan Knights is the name applied to the athletic society of the school.
The purpose of this organization is to promote sportsmanship on the athletic
field and in other school activities.
At the first of the year there were but four members in the Spartan
Knights organization. hut during the vear ten pledges were taken in, making
the membership fourteen.
During the year the Knights have sponsored clean-up days. They pro-
moted a grammar school baskethall tournament and a track meet.
Cn Ianuary 3 the Spartan Knights sponsored the annual Home Coming
Many mothers were present at the Knights' annual Mothers' Day assem-
All in all. the Knights feel that they have had a very successful year.
Page 32 text:
President - - - - Betty Rose Morton
Vice President - - - - - Wilda Bruce
Secretary - - - - - - Nadine Ward
Treasurer - - - f- Frances Ferguson
Welfare Chairman - - - Kathryn Ward
Program Chairman - - - - - Betty Summers
Scrap Book Chairman ---- Ruby Anderson
Ring Chairman ---- Mary Frances Pfrimmer
Hospitality Chairman ----- Iane Davidson
Song Leader - - - - - - Iessie Oldham
Adviser ---------- Miss Pratt
This year has been a very successful year for the Girl Reserves. Our
new adviser, Miss Pratt, has filled her place exceedingly well as have the
other officers of the club. We have a hundred per cent membership of all
the girls in the school.
Our welfare chairman, Kathryn Ward, has had the girls sponsor several
things in the line of welfare work. At Christmas time we made stockings, filling
them with candy, fruit, nuts, and toys. These were given out by some of the
girls to the poor children of the community. Also, each class made a box
filled with candy, fruits. and nuts that was given to the children at Spring-
ville. ln the spring, food was brought by the girls and given to the Red Cross
of our district.
The girls have had several social times. At Halloween, we had a party
at Doris Cliffords place. We had a Christmas party during our meeting
before Christmas. ln April we had the Mothers' tea at the Wom.an's Club
house. The girls who had earned Girl Reserve rings were presented with
them at this time.
Our club had eight representatives at the Valley Conference held in
Hanford, March 6, 7, and 8, Miss Pratt was the head of the craft discussion
group. Our club made the favors for the Friday night banquet. Also, at the
conference we had the honor of having Norma Lee Shoemaker elected secre-
tary of the valley organization.
The last social of the year was a picnic in honor of the senior girls.
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