University High School - Clarion Yearbook (Normal, IL)

 - Class of 1942

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Home Ec Club The Home Economics Club, under the -adership of Lola Lloyd, presidentg Beverly Bierman, vice-presidentg and Rita Vander- 'ater, secretary and treasurer, enjoyed a very ,iccessful year. Miss Bernice Tucker served s this year's sponsor and adviser. The girls re truly appreciative of her splendid cooper- :ion and her untiring efforts in the interests f the club. The program for the year consisted of many interesting things. In a November meeting, Lola Lloyd and Rita Vanderwatei ave a report on their trip to the home eco- omics part of East Bay. On December 17, a Ihristmas party was giveng january 17, va- ltion experiences were relatedg February 4, program was presented by the Home Econ- mics I classg March brought forth the club's nnual banquet. The program for the year nded in May with a .big picnic at which the fhcers for the next year were chosen. .. L, 0 -,L sf' 2 I ,Q X X4 T9 q ld 7 V 1 XL iff, K 1 if N s f i Chess Club Of all the clubs in University High Lchool, the Chess Club is probably the mos' unique. A new organization now in its third ear, this club has a large and faithful fol- owing. The only formal meeting of the group is for the election of officers. This 'ear the worthy member again chosen as the mresident was Bill Miller. The meeting places of the Chess Club vere wherever there was a solitude and a imooth surface for a chess board. The meet- ngs were called whenever two members felt he urge for a stimulating game of chess. Dr. Larsen, who was faculty sponsor of the Qlhess Club, attended these meetings fre- luently. Interest in chess was kept alive by he annual tournaments in which the club nembers participated.

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S rtccl--D. Vance, l.. Hagele, V. Holley, P. lilvidge, R. Abbott ncling-W. Sylvester, K. jolinston, D. Anglen, C. Ruff, IZ. Clirist-en, ml lm llllilfl.. Lloyd, l.. Guidoni, H. Hallam, I., l.ee, B. Reilly inclingil? Wiitkiiis, P. Cross, O. Oesch, C. Oberst, P. Stiegelmeier, ss Wfebb, V. Young, C. Sullo rt Club The Art Club this year has given an ac' count of itself in many ways. During the Christmas season, the members were responl sible for the beautiful, stained glass work in the lower halls as well as for a very interest- ing assembly program. Poshers and pictures for the campaign to keep the U. High halls clean were designed by the Art Club. The Art Club is for students who are in- terested in learning more about art and about work with art materials. Regular meetings were held on the tirst and third Wednesdays of the month. Clara Rutt held the otlice of president of the clubg Isabel Gottschalk, vice-president' and Wilbtir Sylvester, secretary. As a whole, the club has a great deal of promise for the future. Miss Ogle took the responsibility of traina ing and guiding this organization as it worked for the forwarding of art apprecia- tion in University High School. Commerce Club On the second and fourth Weclnesclays of the month, future business magnates and small town secretaries of tomorrow wend their way toward Old Castle and Commerce Club meeting. The otiicers for the past year were: Hetty Hallam, presidentg Phyllis Wiitkins, vice- presidentg Barbara Reiley, secretary-treas- urer, and Miss Mary Webb, faculty sponsor. The club members saw various methods of conducting business in practical operation in several different business houses in Bloom- ington-Normal. Talks were also given by Maymie Harris about her work at the Stare Farm, by Vauna jean Young on a trip East, and by Miss Tucker on etiquette. Following Miss Tucker's talk, the club gave a tea for the faculty. The club's constitution was rewritten. Club members have also donated their cleri- cal services to the Red Cross for the past year.



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