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Christison, Larson, Manion, Farrell, MacDonald, Fink, Plourde
Illireau, Jehn, Kelly, Ross, Gaffney, Farrell, Casey, Zorn, Schlicht
We were especially interested in tLittle Europe in Our Own Country" and
the "United States Arsenal? John Davison gave us some excellent points on
school loyalty. Marshal Norseng spoke on the sidelights of the Smith-Hoover
campaign. Mr. Malott gave a very instructive talk on the immortality of our
race. Mr. Hunt talked on loyalty to organizations. He gave us many new ideas
on the subject. Miss Thomas took us with her, in imagination, to see the beauties
of Yellowstone National Park.
Miss Kelley and Mr. Mac Namara are two of the excellent soloists who have
entertained us. We must not forget our humorist, ftEddy" Phalen, who was al-
ways willing to entertain us.
One of the outstanding social events that the Newman Club sponsored during
the school year was a mixer at the beginning of the first term. It was held to
enable our new members to get acquainted. Another outstanding event was a
Christmas party given by Father Fassbender in the basement of St. Bridgefs
We believe it is through the hearty cooperation of our advisor, Mr. Junkman,
and the active members of the association that this organization has been a success.
Any Catholic students contemplating attendance at the River Falls State
Teachers Colleges in the future will receive a Warm welcome by the Newman Club.
GLEN P. JUNKMAN
One Hundred Seventy-Three
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Trimmer, Ricard, Divine, Folev, Golden, Fitzgerald, Bonney, Kelley
Finley, Hawkins, Bolier, MoAndrew, Hines. J. Linehan. E. Linehan, Shields
THE N EWMAN CLUB
HE Newman club is an organization of Catholic students who attend this school.
The purpose of the organization is to promote social activities and the spirit of
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In previous years this organization was known as the Normal Catholic associa-
tion. Due to the fact that this school is no longer a normal school but a teachers
college, the name of the organization has been changed to the Newman Club. The
Newman Club is organized in a great many non-sectarian colleges throughout the
United States. We have not been affiliated With the national organization, but are
planning to do so as soon as possible.
We have sixty-six active members in our organization. Our officers for this
year have been: presidents, George White and Erwin Finley, vice-presidents, Mar-
garet McAndrew and Victoria Niemcek, secretaries and treasurers, Rochelle Farrell
and Ailein Fitzgerald. The regular meetings are held every Tuesday evening at
eight dclock. Some of the outside speakers have been Mr. Junkman, Mr. John
Davison, Mr. Marshal Norseng, Mr. Malott, Mr. May, Mr. Prucha, Father Fass-
bender, Mr. Hunt, and Miss Thomas. Mr. Junkman has given us talks on various
places of interest which he has visited.
GEORGE WHITE ERWIN FINLEY
One Hundred Seventy-Two
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Wolf, Warner, Rosenow, Lotz, Salquist, Wolfe, Johnson
Klein, Dittbrenner, Howard, Lundeen. Nielsen, H. Chapman, Mullendore. Sanford, Gotham
Thompson. Thurston, Zeddies, Barber, Hanson. Merrill, Lloyd. Neitzkc, Madison, Strong
OING? Why, of course Itm going. Such was the feeling of the members of
the oldest men,s organization in the Teachers College in regard to the meet-
ings which were held every other Thursday during the school year. With an active
membership that exceeded any of previous years, according to Professor A. N.
Johnson, faculty advisor of the Agrifallian Literary Society, the club has shown
unusual progress throughout the year, and its members have become innoculated
With a greater spirit of loyalty and love for the organization than has ever before
The omcers are chosen on their merit as good, active, livewire Agrifallians,
and are elected twice a year. For the first ternfs staif Herbert Chapman Was
president, Martin Abrahamsen, vice president, Jesse Smith, secretary, and Gaylord
Mullendore, treasurer. The second term, Martin Abrahamsen was chosen president,
Gaylord Mullendore, vice president, Allan Weber, secretary, and Edwin Howard,
treasurer. These men are in no small degree responsible for the successful year
the society has enjoyed.
MARTIN ABRAIIAMSEN HERBERT CHAPMAN
One Hundred Seventy-Four
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