Murwin, Chester (ed.) / The crimson
Boys' Literary Society CHESTER MURWIN _ WAYNE CLARKE WILLIAM OGDEN - President - Vice Pres. - Sec. and Treas. The Literary Society opened its season after the holidays with the persuasive Mr. Murwin as its executive official and started upon its course of community singing, talks, argunents, reports, and discussions. The society has been the source of much pleasure and benefit to its mem- bers. These members have with eagerness and great willingness taken part in the year's program. The program Was well balanced with humor- ous perfomiances. Feature items were the elabororate trial of the elusive H. Gessert wherein C. Rousch allowed his emotions to overcome the court; and the Irish Party in which Sexton Conway told such a moving story. The entire society failed to divert W. Barton from his favorite discourse, "Where's the lost rib?" Credit for the successful season is due all those who participated. Next year the work will continue on a larger scale.
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