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[[preprinted]] Press Notices. image: Three women seated, two reading newspapers, four roses at bottom of image [[/preprinted]] STUDENT Y. W. C. A. Prairie View College Prairie View, Texas [[horizontal line]] 1924 Program 1925 National Objective 1924-25: We unite in a determination to live, unreservedly Jesus' law of love in all our relationships and thus to know God. [[horizontal line]] [[column 1]] Local Needs. 1. Physical 2. Social 3. Spiritual 4. To live life at its best Health 1. Games Play hours Tennis Basket Ball hikes 2. Talks by Nurse 3. Plays and Pageants 4. Study (a) General Health (b) Health Inventory (c) My Health Book Social 1. Etiquette Project Teas 2. Campus Standards (a) Honor, Student Government, Gossip (b) Social discriminations, Cliques, K. K. K. (c) Race, National, World relations 3. Relationship between men and women [[/column 1]] [[column 2]] Spiritual 1. Bible Study 2. Prayer meetings 3. Vesper Service 4. Personal Devotions 5. World Fellowship 6. Recognition Service Tools for Projects Discussion Groups Plays and Pageants Speakers Posters Bulletin Board Forums Books Suggested for Personal Devotions: 1 Girls Year Book 2. Books of Prayer for Students 3. Christ in Poetry 4. Beatitudes in Modern Speech Local Purpose The Student Young Women's Christian Association of Prairie View College unite this scholastic year 1924-25 for the physical, social and spiritual development of the young women to the end that we shall live life at its best. [[/column 2]] [[end page]]
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