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22 THE MONMAL ly decorated for the occasion. During the evening hatchet contests were held and games were played, after which the time was spent in dancng. Delicious punch and wafers were served during the evening. . Junior Election. After convocation on Wednesday, March 5, the Juniors met to elect their officers for the coming quarter. Those elected were: Pearl Mayer, president; Florence Lepper, vice-president; Carrie Guidici, secretary, and Helen Lind- lief and Anna Sullivan, sergeants-at-arms. Freshmen Election. March 4, the members of the Freshman class met to elect their officers for the coming quarter. Those elected were Cora Cascaden, president, and Stella Gorman, vice- president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant-at-arms. Miss Carson was chosen class professor. Senior Sunday. Sunday, February 23, the Seniors had a Senior dinner for Amelia Norris, who is to complete her course soon. The tables in the dining room were beautifully decorated in maroon and white. After dinner the Seniors marched to the parlors and from there to the veranda where a picture of the class was taken. Y. W. C. A. Miss Fox, traveling Secretary of the Y. W. C. A., vis ited the local association Tuesday and Wednesday, March 4 and 5. On Wednesday she addressed the students in convocation and gave a talk to the girls in the evening, urging them all to attend the conferences of the Y. W. 0. A. She told of some of the good times the delegates had at the conferences and made the girls wish they could attend the next conference. The cabinet met with Miss Fox and received some valuable suggestions about the work.