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Every one remembers the hearty welcome given him by the Girls' Club on registration day, or perhaps some remember more distinctly the delicious punch and wafers which were served. Since that first day the Club has meant a great deal to each girl. Our first party \•v as given in September, our special guests being ihe girls of the high school. At our next party in November we entertaine .:l the "Men's Club" of the college. In February the Costume Party was a very merry occasion, and, although the boys were not invited this time, there -vvere a number of "effeminate boys" present who seemed to have as good a time as the girls. On February 17, 1922, we celebrated the anniversary of the Girls' Club third birthday, the 18th being on Saturday. All club members were decorated with gold and black ribbons, thus carrying out the colors of the club. A very fine program was given in the chapel at the regular hour und all girls took part in making the songs and yells livelier and peppier than ever. The Student Loan Fund instituted by the second year's Girls' Club has been a real help to several college girls. It is constantly being enlarged by donations from Alumni members, but this year's club will greatly swell its principal by a large gift at the end of the school year. The afternoon teas have been a decided success this year and are eagerly looked forward to by the students and faculty members of the various departments . These informal teas given each month have helped u~ to become better acquainted with one another. But behind the frolics, behind the parties and the dainty teas, has been the constant steady work of the Council, Miss Robinson, and our president, Leona Sparks. The tireless effort of these folks has made everything the club has undertaken a success, and we of the club wish to express our sincere appreciation for the help given so generously and heartily by them in making the third year of the Girls' Club one long to be r emembered.
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1922 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska