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THE MONMAL 21 Seniors Entertained. On the evening of February 22 Miss Bettes entertained the members of the Senior class at a party in the Guild Hall parlors. Games for the occasion and conversation made a very pleasant evening. At a later hour delicious refreshments were served. When the Seniors left they felt this was the most enjoyable party of the year. Senior Election. Wednesday, March 5, the Seniors met to elect their officers. All old officers were re-elected unanimously: Mary Burke, president; Dora Hart, vice-president; Myrtle Dragstedt, secretary; Erna Hearn, treasurer. Juniors Entertain. On Saturday evening, February 22, the Juniors enter tained the school in honor of the Prep class at a party in the dining room of the dormitory. About eight o’clock the prettily costumed Martha Washingtons and George Wash ingtons entered the dining room, which was most beautiful-