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1924 Figure COL. CLYDE R. TERRY President Kansas Military Academy Oswego, Kansas The Boy and The Community ROTARY CLUB of Lawrence, Kansas Colonel C. R. Terry, Oswego, Kansas. My dear Colonel: On behalf of the members of the Rotary Club of Lawrence I wish to take this means and opportunity of expressing to you our sincere and deep appreciation of the splendid talk you gave us on the subject of BOYS. As is generally known, Rotary is vitally interested in boys' work and activities of all kinds. Because of that fact we have, at various times, invited a number of different men to come before us in our weekly meetings and talk on this vitally important subject—BOYS. With due credit to all others, and with no desire to indulge in flattery, I wish to go on record as firmly believing that you put up the best talk on boys that has ever been made in Lawrence and you may rest assured the Rotarians of our city will not forget it very soon. Any time we can be of service to you, please command us. Sincerely and Rotarially yours, ROTARY CLUB of LAWRENCE, By J. Frank Jones, Sec'y. ROTARY CLUB, NOWATA, OKLA. One of the finest talks on Boys' Work that has ever been heard in Nowata was given last Tuesday night by Col. Clyde R. Terry, president of the Kansas Military Academy of Oswego, Kansas. He not only told us of things that should be done, but outlined a practical workable program.— The Nowatarian, Official organ of Nowata Rotary Club. Seventh Annual Conference Seventeenth District INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION ROTARY CLUBS Wichita Kansas, Col. Clyde R. Terry, Oswego, Kansas. My dear Col. Terry: Will you kindly accept the assignment to speak before the Annual Conference of the 17th District of International Rotary on Providing for Boys' Physical Development? Several in this District have suggested that you, Colonel Terry, are the one person in the states of Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma, best fitted to present this subject. Curtice Shearman, Chairman Conf. Program Comm. KANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION GROUP TWO At the Annual meeting of Group Two of the Kansas Bankers Association, held in this city, Colonel Clyde R. Terry of the Kansas Military Academy, of Oswego, Kansas, was invited to address the meeting, and was assigned his favorite topic, The Boy Question, which he presented in a masterly and pleasing way, holding the interest of all present from the first word, and gave them a new conception of their responsibility to the boys of their communities. His address was well taken and was apreciated by all present. Colonel Terry is a man of pleasing address, a forceful speaker, and one who knows his subject. A. J. Sanders, Chairman Group Two of The Kansas Bankers Association. THE KIWANIS CLUB Independence, Kans. Col. Clyde R. Terry, President of the Kansas Military Academy, delighted a large meeting of the Kiwanis Club and American Legion of this city recently, when he delivered his address on the Problem of Boys. Mr. Terry is a speaker of exceptional ability and will edify and instruct along the lines of his opportunity. I recommend him to any club or organization desiring the services of an expert. W. CLYDE HOWARD, President. CHILLICOTHE ROTARY CLUB Chillicothe, Mo., I take pleasure in recommending Colonel Clyde R. Terry in the message which he brings to Rotary Clubs, On the Boys. It was our privilege to have Colonel Terry for one of our luncheons. His close association with the boys and the extensive study he has given the problem and the love he has for his work, makes him an exceptionally strong number for a Boys' Work Program. We gladly recommend him. Most sincerely yours, Allen Moore, President. ROTARY CLUB of Chanute, Kansas Col. Terry's talk on Boys Work before our Rotary Club was most highly appreciated. Surely he knows the boy as he is today, and how to handle him. H. W. LOY, Vice President.
|Title||The Boy and the Community: Col. Clyde R. Terry|
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|Personal Name Subject||Terry, Clyde R.|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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|Number of Pages||4|
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