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Father J. J. Kools has this year been assigned to St. Stephen s as assistant pastor and indicated that he will take an active part in shaping the club program and policies. We feel particularly fortunate in this because Father Kool s training and experience has been directed tosvard the youth group, and it is very apparent that he realized that "Loyola" furnishes an interesting field for a very definite service.
Formerly "Loyola" held two meetings each month, on the first and third Thursday. This year we have been experimenting to see whether or not the regular attendance would show any noticeable improvement if meetings were held only on the third Thursday of the month. At the close of the year the change may be made permanent, if results show that it would be beneficial. The officers of the Loyola Club are elected at the first meeting of the year. This year the activities have been administered by the following:
William Theisen. President: Mary Clare Taylor. Vice President; Joseph Hannon. Secretary-Treasurer.
Faculty members who belong to "Loyola" and assist in the direction of the club are Mary E Hanna. Bessie La Vigne. and May M. Roach.
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Secondarily "Loyola" offers a chance for social life among the members of the group, a forum for developing the language arts and student direction of group activities, as well as various occasions for broadening the acquaintance ship of those in the club with young people outside through various projects sponsored by the Catholic churches in the city and surrounding neighborhoods
Several functions have become almost traditional in the annual program of “Loyola" The dancing party at the beginning of the school year sponsored by the local Knights of Columbus is always welcomed by the students. At Christmas we find a real satisfaction in preparing the Christmas box for the orphan boys at St. Clara's Orphanage at Polonia. The activities of the year arc generally closed with a picnic.
The constitution of the Loyola Club provides that the spiritual director shall be the pastor of St. Stephen's Church. Father W. J. Rice was the first spiritual advisor: Father J. C. Hogan succeeded him: Father George Casey has acted in this capacity ever since he came to Stevens Point. Other priests have been most liberal in devoting time and energy to the activities of the club, especially Father Joseph Shacffer of Custer. Father De Lloyd Krembs of Lanark. Father Joseph Kundinger. formerly of Wisconsin Rapids and Father Lambert Scanlan. formerly assistant to Father Casey.
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The local group of the National Student Young Women s Christian Association is a part of a very active organization. The aims and purposes of the Y. W. C. A. are to help people "grow religiously' and help provide a fellowship in which every girl on the campus could participate. Meetings are held once each month. These meetings are devotional services and often an address by a guest speaker is given. There are frequent social meetings as well. Membership is not limited, but is open to all girls of the student body New members are taken in each semester. The churches of the city of Stevens Point have been consistently kind in cooperating with the group and stimulating its interest and effectiveness.
The local group belongs to the Northern Wisconsin. Minnesota Area of the Geneva Region. Every year a conference is held at Lake Geneva. Wisconsin, where a group of four hundred or more girls of every nationality are brought together with able leaders. The purpose of the conference is to give students an opportunity sometime during their stay in college to get away from the mass of details which accumulate in the classroom and as a result of extra curricular
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