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Page 37 text:
high school age. They have done
their part and more in the
Thanksgiving and Christmas
basket drives. One of the nicest
things that the Tri-Y has done is
to acquaint the older girls with
the younger girls. It has given
more unity to the school which
is important to any high school.
The only objectionable feature
is that it isn't as strong as it could
and should be.
Sr. Mildred jordan.
fl' Pi' if
HOWARD SETS PACE
FOR TRI-Y GIRLS
Peggy Howard, a very popu-
lar senior, this year held the of-
fice of President of the organiza-
tion, and filled the position ad-
mirably. Other offices were filled
by members of thc various class-
cs, Tri-Y making no stipulation
concerning the rank of its offi-
cers. Dorothy Ann Canfield
served as Vice-President. She is
a junior. Virginia Graves, anoth-
er junior, was Secretary. Virginia
Fox, a senior. was Treasurer.
The Program chairman was
Eloise Guirl, also a senior.
Left to right, Row One: Capps, Ward,
Adams, Pershing, Wood. Guirl, Fox,
Howard, Canfield, Gosma, Briggs,
Row Two: Dray, Hughes, English,
Creson, Bollman. Baynes, Trimble,
Sanford, Mayer, Bosworth, Schaupp
Row Three: Fites, Young, Walz, Per-
vine, Topping, Humphreys, Fan-
tone, Lupton, Jamison, Click, Mc-
Kenzie, Larsen, Jensen, Ford
Row Four: Shoemaker, jackson, Gain
Ross, Epple, Lommel, Lloyd, Burk-
holder, Doddridge, Ray, Steiger
Fauber, Mann, Boes, Burkhart, ju-
Row Five: Meyer, Duncan, jordan
Boyd, Thompson, Britt, Girvin
Remmers, Heckard, Rubenkoenig
Elward, Wilson, Brown, Baker
Row Six: Prentice, McKee, Hutzler
Wayne, Vestal, Keim, Pickering
Gannon, Craig, Doddridge, Frier,
Holden, Mahns, Blalock.
Left to right, Row One: Reynolds
Dill, Ludwig, Brown, Slocum, Lewis
Zapp. Coling, Kohl.
Row Two: Bennett, Winters, Ostrand-
er, Graves, Jacobs, Brownell, Miller
Lloyd, Carr, Sinks.
Row Three: Mellon, Burnham, Allen
Sanders, Slopsema, Chaffee, Orman
VerHoeven, Morrison, Oswalt
Row Four: Wierenga, Baker, Cromer,
Lloyd, Hass, George, Wilson, Ray
Gabler, Bosworth, Kepner, Sparks
Wiley, Wallace, Fagala.
Row Five: Brady, Steele, Acheson
Demaree, Harper, Reed, Termen-
King, Reed, Baker, Darling, Ulrey
I XG!-T Tllllfll IIINFI
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WEST LAFAYETTE'S TRI-Y
TRI-Y CLUB EDUCATES
GIRLS OF WEST SIDE
When a girl becomes a mem-
ber of the Tri-Y club she auto-
matically becomes a junior mem-
ber of the Y. W. C. A. and her
purpose is to be:
Gracious in manner
Impartial in judgment
Ready for service
Reaching toward the best
Eager for knowledge
Seeing the beautiful
Earnest in purpose
Reverent to God
Victorious over self
Sincere at all times
The membership of the Tri-Y
Club includes one hundred and
twenty-five girls from all classes.
Under the leadership of Miss
Ruth Sinks, with the assistance
of Miss Dorothy Meyer, the
group helped to carry on the
work of the Girl Reserve this
The theme of the society this
year was the "Tri-Y Aims", and
at the meetings, which were held
once a month during the school
year, the club did an excellent
job of carrying out its purpose.
Many items were included in the
year's discussion. One of the best
was the talk given by Mrs. Mc-
Fadden, after which an open dis-
cussion was held on the subject
of "Teen Age Problems". There
was also a very interesting talk
on knitting by Mrs. Dean, and a
fashion show at which many of
the girls belonging to the club
modeled the clothes they have
had made for their personal
wardrobes. A speech was given
by Miss Clark on the connec-
tion of the Tri-Y with the Y. W.
C. A. She is the secretary of the
latter organization. Miss Sinks
added greatly to the entertain-
ment side of the meetings with
her many fascinating talks.
TRI-Y PARTY IS DIFFERENT
In the spring, the Tri-Y girls
gave a dance in the school audi-
torium, which proved to be quite
a successful affair. A great per-
centage of the school body at-
tended, and the membership of
the club was admirably repre-
The most popular affair of the
year, however, from the view-
point of the Tri-Y members, is
the Mother-Daughter tea. This
is an annual activity, and one
which the parents of the students
can particularly enjoy. This
year's tea was very successful.
In the second semester, Tri-Y
joined with the Hi-Y in present-
ing H320 College Ave.," one of
the most breath-taking, hair-
raising, thrilling and exciting
dramas ever given at W. L. H. S.
The proceeds from the play were
divided between the two clubs.
I think Tri-Y is one of the
most honorable organizations a
girl can belong to. It has very
high ideals and if every girl that
is a member tries her best to live
according to these, we can and
will raise the moral standaxqds of
to-day. With Tri-Y comes much
joy, not only for today but as
long as we desire it.
Soph. Marian Wierenga.
elf DIG 251
At the close of my first semes-
ter in Tri-Y I find that it has
meant many things to me. First
is the comradeship of the girls in
Tri-Y and their high idealsg sec-
ondly, I find that their programs
have been interesting as well as
helpful. I also have enjoyed their
social functions and belonging
to this club is a real privilege.
Frosh. Beth Schaupp.
1 1 lk
As a freshman B in the fall I
joined Tri-Y, and through Tri-Y
have made many friends that are
really true friends. Everyone is
so nice to you that you don't feel
that they look down on you as
just a freshman. You don't know
how much that means to a girl
when you enter high school. The
programs are interesting to ev-
eryone as well as educational.
Everyone is made to feel like
they are as much a part of the
club as the officers. Tri-Y is one
friend that every girl should
make and keep all through her
high school life.
Frosh. Susan Mayer.
:lc zj: :iz
The Tri-Y Club of West La-
fayette High School has been in
many ways a very worth-while
organization. Their meetings are
unusually instructive especially
on subjects concerning girls of
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Left to right, Row One: Roth, Boyd,
ClUB lEADS IN
DRAMA AND SPEECH
The Speech Arts Club of West
Lafayette High School was first
organized by a speech class in
February, 1934. The purpose of
the club is "to sponsor the speech
activities of the school and to de-
velop a keener interest in the
skillful mastery of all phases of
speech." The membership in-
cludes all sophomores, juniors,
and seniors who are interested
in the club and its activities.
I Xl I IIIIRIXI WUI!
Jeanne Anne Burkholder
Miss Roth, Mrs. Mueller
Left to right, Row One: Heckard,
Johnson, Sherlock, Comingore, Oli-
ver, Doddridge, Heath, Darling,
Row Two: English, Adams, Schwied-
ler, LeGalley, Brown, Larson, Persh-
ing, Graves, Boes, Click, Darling.
Row Three: Ward, Hicks, Winters,
Ostrander, Dill, Pickering, Keim,
Wallace, Fagala, Sparks, Carr.
Row Four: Topping, Humphreys, Fan-
tone, Walz, Pervine, Lloyd, Steele,
Lloyd, Ainsworth, Doddridge, Baum-
gardt, Sherman, Kashner.
Row Five.' Chaffee, Trueblood, Mel-
lon, Barnett, Wood, Jacklin, Thom-
as, Hoffer, Hartman, Smith, Jami-
er, Lewis, julin,
Himes, Ross, Ache-
Row Two: Gabler, Guirl, Ainslie, Hill,
Walker, Epple, Mahns, McKinzie,
Ludwig, Reynolds, Lloyd, Gain,
Row Three: Canfield, Vestal, Lommel
Creson, jordan, Fox, Ramsey, ja-
cobs, Shoemaker, Brownell, Miller
Chaffee, Capps, Hughs, Howard.
Row Four: Lupton, jackson, McDon-
ald, Reed, Frier, Parks, Oswalt
Spitler, Hockema, Hartman. Friend
Sexson, Cole, McAfee, Ham, Chaffee
Row Five: Craig, Gannon, Wiley, Ed-
wards, Wayne, Van Camp. Mahin
King, Dean, Wobio, Erwin, Gaylord
Wiley, Ainsworth, Ver Hoeven
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