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E ntered J a nu a ry 2. 1905, P e ru, N e bra ,;l< a , as seco nd-c lass ma il m a tte r un de r Ac t o f C on g r ess , Jul y 16,1 894.


CALENDAR 1911-1912 F acuity meeting, September 11 , 9 a. m. Registration First Semester, Monday and Tuesday, September 11-12. State Teachers' Association vacation, November 8-13. Thanksgiving vacation, November 30. Christmas vacation, December 22 to January 2. Registration Second Semester, January 22. Spring vacation to be announced. Annual May Festival, May 23. Commencement, May 24. Alumni Reunion, May 24.

SUMMER SCHOOL CALENDAR 1912 F acuity meeting, June 3, 9 a. m. Summer school registration, June 3-4. Summer session closes July 26. REGULAR YEAR 1012.13â&#x20AC;¢

Registration First Semester, September 9-1 0.

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION HoN. B. L. SHELLBORN, M. D., President. term expires 1912 .... Peru HoN. N. P. McDONALD, Vice-President, term expires 1913 ... Kearney HoN. J. J. TooLEY, Secretary, term expires 1914 ........... Anselmo HoN. I. F. RoACH, D. D., term expires 1915 .............. Lincoln HoN. A. H. VIELE, term expires 1916 ................... Norfolk HoN. J. W. CRABTREE, A. M., Supt. Public Instruction ...... Linc_oln HoN. W. A. GEORGE, State Treasurer .......... : . . . . . . . . . Lincoln \

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Auditing-George, Roach, Viele. Executive-McDonald, Viele, Shellhorn, Tooley. Printing-Roach, George, McDonald. Teachers and Employees-Crabtree, McDonald, Shellhorn. . Text-book, Course of Study and Rules-Tooley, Roach, Crabtree.


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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS DANIEL W. HAYES, A B. 1910 (a). President, Theory of Education. HENRY BRUCE DUNCANSON, B. Sc., B. Ed., A M., 1892. Professor of Biological Sciences. MATTIE CooK ELLis, 1892. Professor of History. STELLA PEARL KELLEY, 1896. Primary Training Teacher. ERASTMUS AMES WI-iiTENACK, A B .• 1897. Professor of German Lan(:tuage and Literature. Lou ELLA HosMER, 1897. Kindergarten Model and Training Teacher. LILLIAN UNA STONER, B. D .• 1898. Preceptress and Professor of Sociology. EsTHER ANN CLARK, A B., A M., 1898. Professor of Latin Language and Literature. jOHN M. HowiE, A B., 1898. Professor and Head of Department of Mathematics. ANNE MoRRis GosHEN, B. L., 1899. Professor of Psychology and History of Education. ELVA ELLA RuLON, Ped. B., 1899. Librarian, with rank of Associate Professor. GRACE DAILY CULBERTSON, 1900. Associate Professor of English. DoRA KREBS, 1900. Training Teacher. KATHERINE ELIZABETH CRAWFORD, 1900. Training Teacher. CHARLES FREMONT BECK, B. Ed., 1901. Professor of Mathematics, Commandant Cadet Battalion. KATHERINE LAuGHLIN Wooos, A B .• 1904. Associate Professor Latin and Greek. DAISY DEANE NETTLETON, 1904. Associate Professor of Expression. (a) indicates when service began.


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FRED MARION GREGG,

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Professor of Physiological Science. MARY AGNES TYNON,

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Assistant Librarian. WILLIAM NEWTON DELZELL, B. Ed.,

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Professor of Business Principles and Commerce. MAMIE RussELL MuTZ, B. Ed., 1905. Associate Professor of Art. EDWIN LINCOLN RousE, B. Ed., A B., 1907. Dean of the Normal, Superintendent of Training School. ELEANOR LALLY,

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Associate Professor of Pubhc School Music, Training Teacher. LOUISE WILHELMINA MEARS, B. Ed., 1907. Associate Professor of Geography. .

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Registrar, with rank of Professor. HoMER CLYDE HousE,

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Professor of English Language, Director Choral Societies.

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£DITH VAN MIDDLESWORTH,

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T)'aining Teacher. CLIFFORD HENDRICKS, B. Ed., B.

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Associate Professor Physical Science. CHARLES RozELL WEEKS, B.

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Professor of Agriculture. EFFIE MABEL AusTIN,

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Instructor Piano (private). Ross HUNTINGTON HousE,

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Instructor in Voice, Associate Professor English. MILLARD LEFLER, B. Ed., 1909. Principal Training High School.

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Professor Physical Science. ALPHA BRUMAGE,

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Professor Physical Training. MYRTLE FERGUSON, B.

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Associate Professor Domestic Science. FRANCES WILLARD BLAKE,

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Secretary to the President. HAZEL WEBSTER, M. Di.,

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BEULAH RADER, 191 0. Assistant Physical Training. ABRAHAM LOEB, 191 0. Instructor Vi~lin and Orchestral Instruments. LIBBIE BRANSON, Assistant Librarian. EUGENE s. HEATH, A B .• 1910. Associate Professor Biological Science. L. B. OLMSTEAD, B. Sc., M. A, 1911. Associate Professor Mathematics. F. c. SMITH, A B .• B.s .• 191 I. Associate Professor Manual Training, Director Band and Orchestra. FERN RALSTON, 191 J. Assistant Training Teacher.

EMPLOYEES Luella Worick .................................. Bookkeeper Clara M. Dunigan ........................... Assistant Registrar W. S. Burr .................................... Head Janitor A. Polston ................................. Assistant Janitor S. Fidler ................................... Assistant Janitor F. N. Pettit. .................................. Chief Engineer P. M. Wilson ...................................... Fireman ]. C. Woodie ......................... Gen 'I Repair and Fireman W. H. Bogle ..................................... Fireman Claude Medley ... ................................. Fireman F. W. Boelstorff ...... , ............... Gen'l Repair and Fireman


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COMMITTEES FACULTY.

On Enrollment and Classification-C. F. Beck, R. D. Overholt, Lillian U. Stoner and class advisers. On Additional W ork-Mattie C. Ellis, ]. M. Howie, Ester Ann Clark. On Library-Elva Rulon, Katherine Woods, D. W. Hayes. On Lecture Course-W. N. Delzell, Lou E. Hosmer, Homer C. House. On Debating and Orator,Y-Anne M. Goshen, F. M. Gregg, Homer C. House. On Athletics-E. A. Whitenack, Mattie C. Ellis, E. L. Rouse, and Physical Director. On Recommendation for Graduation-Elizabeth Crawford, H. B. Duncanson, Anne M. Goshen, R. D. Overholt. On Course of Stud,Y-H. B. Duncanson, C. F. Beck, Mattie C. Ellis, Anne M. Goshen, E. L. Rouse. On Dail.Y Program-]. M. Howie, Mrs. Crawford, W. F. Hoyt. ADVISERS.

Class '1 0........ Mattie C. Ellis Class 'I 1 ......... F. M. Gregg Class '12 ........ W. N. Delzell

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Everett Society ............. .' ................ Clare B. Cornell Philomathean Society . ....................... . .... M. C. Lefler Training Class .. .. ... . ................ . .... Elizabeth Crawford Young Women's Chridian Association .. . ............. Esther Clark Young Men's Christian Association ................ .. F. M. Gregg Catholic Christian Association ................. . .... Eleanor Lally Department Clubs ..... . .................. Heads of Departments The adviser stands between the class or other organization and the school. The system of class advisers was established in response to a de~ mand coming from classes and clubs. The adviser does not exercise au~ thority over the actions of the class, yet the relation of the class to the adviser is such that no class ¡ever thinks of taking action without the ap~ proval of the adviser.


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GENERAL INFORMATION LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT.

The Peru State Normal School was established ¡ in the village of Peru by the first Nebraska State Legislature in the year 1867. Peru is the home of a moral, cultured people; there are no saloons or other haunts of vice. The social life all centers abou"t the school. No more beautiful place could have been chosen for the home of a great normal school. One of the professors in writing of Peru said: "The individual atmosphere that time alone can give a school and town is beginning to manifest itself, and that atmosphere, if it were to be described, might rightfully be characterized as educational. in the highest sense. Nature does and will exert its influence over the mind. . As the northern poets of England reflect the beauty of the lake region, or Scott's novels give out the spirit of the Highlands, so the hills, forest and stream stimulate the imagination at Peru. The youthful fancy in the most formative period, far removed from distracting influences, may here follow those quiet paths that lead to true wisdom and natural development." Its wooded hills, its shady glens, its magnificent campus, covered with giant oaks, elms, hickories and linden trees, are factors that help to make Peru one of the largest normal schools in the United States in the number of its graduates. The school takes prid.:: not only in the large numbers attending and completing its courses (so many that there is scarcely a village in the state that does not have a number of Peruvians), not only in the material success uniformly attained by its students, but more in the fact that it stamps its character and individuality upon its students as few other schools in the nation can do. FACULTY.

Peru has for many years been selecting as members of its faculty only men and women of ¡character and high ideals, those with high standards of scholarship, and those who were in full sympathy with normal school methods and with public school needs and ideals. As a result of this policy the fifty men and women now constituting the faculty are an inspiration to the hundreds of students who come to Peru. EQUIPl\-lENT.

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which will be completed in the summer of 1911, containing 25,000 volumes of reference and text books, is very complete in its educational reference works. It is open every day during the week and every evening excepting Friday and Saturday. The Chapel building contains one of the best assembly halls owned by the state of Nebraska. Its seating capacity is approximately 1500. The basement contains a large gymnasium, where all the most modern gymnasium apparatus and equipment are found. This building also contains a number of rooms that are devoted to vocal and instrumental music, as well as the Young Men's Christian Association and the Young Women's Christian Association rest rooms. The Science Hall contains the departments of physics, chemistry, geology and biology. The old Main building is now used almost exclusively as the training school, including kindergarten, all the grades and high school. Agricultural Hall is used exclusively for agricultural laboratories, recitation rooms and storage. The Industrial building, in which is located the electric light plant and the heating plant, contains also the departments of manual training and domestic science. Mt. Vern on Hall is the ladies' dormitory. The building accommodates approximately I 00 girls. The new Administration building, which is just completed, is doubtless the best building in the state of Nebraska, considering its cost. It is modern in every detail, containing marble floors and marble wainscoting in all halls and corridors, finished in oak thruout. All the buildings of the Peru Normal are lighted by electricity and heated by steam. The Normal owns its own heating and lighting plant and also its water system. In addition to the buildings named there is a large greenhouse and an observatory. All laboratories contain a complete eq~a1pment of the best modern apparatus. Every department has its special library reference texts. EXPENSES.

Nearly everyone in selecting a place to attend school desires to know in advance what the cost will be. Inasmuch as the Peru Normal is a state school there are NO TUITION FEES. A matriculation fee of $5 gives the student life privileges in the school. Furnished room and board may be obtained at Mt. Vernon Hall, in the ladies' dormitory, for $3 a week. Board and room in private homes and private dormitories range from $3.50 to $4.50 a week. Students should bring sheets, pillowcases, towels, etc. Many students rent rooms that are equipped for light housekeeping, thus very materially reducing the cost of attending school. Those desiring rooms - in Mt. Vernon Hall should send advanced request, together with deposit of $2, to the Registrar. In case the rooms are all engaged when the money is received it will be returned to the sender.


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Teachers and students on the main line of the Burlington will find excellent connections for Peru. At Hastings, Minden and points west, at Grand Island, Ravenna and points northwest, and also on all connecting branch lines, students will take the trains that reach Lincoln by 2:30 p. m., leaving Lincoln on the Nebraska City train which arrives at Peru at 6: 1 0 in the evening. Students on the main line of the Union Pacific and its branches will take the early east bound trains and change to the Burling· ton at Grand Island or Columbus, or to the Elkhorn in Fremont. Those who can come by the way of Omaha should leave Omaha at 4:30 in the afternoon, making connection for Peru at Nebraska City. Direct connec· tion is made at Nebraska City now with the Burlington trains which leave Omaha at 4:30 p. m. Students on the Missouri Pacific and branch lines will find it convenient to connect with the afternoon Burlington at Auburn or the evening Burlington at Nebraska City. The Holdrege and Nebraska City line passes thru Peru. TEACHERS' BUREAU.

There is a constantly growing demand for teachers trained in the State Normal School. To meet this demand more effectively the Alumni Association maintains a Teachers' Bureau whose purpose is to secure for graduates and students, without charge, suitable positions, and to aid boards of education in selecting efficient teachers. In spite of the large number who go out each year we cannot supply one-half the demand made upon the school for normal trained teachers. . TEXT BOOJ{S.

Text books can be rented by ~tudents at a rental of 10 cents a book for term of nine weeks or 20 cents a semester. In renting, the student deposists $3 which is returned to him at the end of the year, less the rental charge. The use of books costs the student from $1.50 to $2.50 per year. The rental for the summer school is 1 0 cents a book. FINISH HOME HIGH SCHOOL.

Students are advised to finish their home high schools before coming to Peru. The high schools of Nebraska are doing most thorough and efficient work, work that is hardly excelled or even equaled in the prepara· tory departments of colleges and normal schools. It seldom pays one to go away to school until he has mastered thoroughly the work olfered at home. DISCIPLINE.

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to withdraw. The school cannot afford to send young men or young women into th~ public schools of the state lacking in ability, scholarship or character. Only students of good habits and high moral character are invited to enter the school. WHEN TO ENTER.

Students should enter on the day appointed for registration of each semester. Those entering at any other time lose the work ~hat has been done previous to their entrance and many of them as a result become discouraged with their work. We advise everyone to erlter on the first day of each semester or quarter. Students may enter at any time by taking less work during remainder of quarter in which they enroll. This enables the student to "catch up" with the class. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.

Young Men's Christian Association, Young Women's Christian Association, Normal Catholic Association, Philomathean Litetary Societv, Everett Literary Society, Ciceronian Debating Club for boys, Athenia:J Debating Club for girls, Athletic Association. Departmental organizat;.ons: Biological Seminar, German Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Agricultural Society, Physical Science Club. ATHLETICS.

The athletic field is near the campus and is surrounded by a natural amphitheatre of sloping wooded hills. The steep slopes arc covered with blue grass and shaded by great oak and elm tre~s. It is not likely that. nature has given any other school such a beautiful athletic field and surroundings. The board of education proposes to further equip the school for athletics by placing in the basement of the new administration building a swimming pool. This will be 24x65 feet. Periods will be arranged so that both the boys and girls of the school may take advantage of it. WHO MAY ENTER.

The laws of Nebraska require that students have at least 15 hours high . school credit or its equivalent, or a second grade county certificate, in order to enter the normal school proper. However, the 1911 Nebraska State Legislature passed a law permitting the board of education to establish a. preparatory school in connection with the State Normal. This is d esigned for mature students who have completed the work in their home district, altho they may not have 1 5 high school credits. All the subjects necessary for preparing the student to enter the normal school proper will be


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taught in the preparatory school. training high school.

In addition to this there is maintained the

TRAHti'ING SCHOOL. ·

The training school is a well organized school system, consisting of the following departments: Kindergarten, primary, intermediate, grammar grade and high school. The attendance in the training school ranges from 250 to 300 pupils. The training school performs two distinct functions: It is used as a model school for the observation of expert teaching and as a practice school for the seniors who serve an apprenticeship as actual teachers. The Peru training school has attracted wide attention, being one of the first established in which the State Normal is in direct and full con· trol of the practice school. The training school is in session thruout the regular year as well as thru June of each summer school. SUMMER SCHOOL.

The summer school has become a permanent feature of the Peru Normal. Many teachers who cannot spend a full year in the Normal at one time find in the summer term an excellent opportunity for advance· ment. Some complete every summer a section of the regular course leading to a life certificate. A half semester's credit may be earned in the summer session. Some come to review the common branches preparatory to taking the state examinations, others come after graduation to take advanced work that leads to the Bachelor of Education degree. No better preparation in so short a time can be made by the normal training graduates from the high schools of the state. The training school, consisting of a complete system of graded schools, and the model rural school afford teachers and prospective teachers an excellent opportunity for observation of expert teaching, and for the acquirement of the latest and most approved methods and devices for meeting the problems in these respective schools. SPECIAL COURSES OFFERED.

The Peru State Normal, ever seeking to meet the needs of the Nebraska public schools, has recently added a number of special courses. Among the courses offered, including the regular and special, are the following: The General Group course leading to the regular normal school diploma, Advanced Course leading to the degree Bachelor of Education, domestic science, completion of which entitles the student to a special diploma in addition to the regular normal school diploma ; qualifies the student to take supervisory positions in the schools of Nebraska. Other courses which entitle the student to a special diploma and which are designed . to prepare the student to become supervisors in the Nebraska


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schools are: Manual Training, Commerce, Public School Music, Public School Art, Oral Expression and Kindergarten. Prospective students should look very carefully over the different courses of study and decide as far as possible before coming to Peru the special line they wish to pursue.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS ENTRANCE TO LOWES'l' CLASSES.

A candidate for admission to the Freshman class of the normal school proper must present 1 5 credit points, representing the equivalent of two full years of high school work. This preparation a.dmits also to special courses, such as Domestic Science, Business and Commercial, Expression and Music. A candidate for admission to the Freshman class may be admitted also on the presentation of a second grade county certificate. The state normal maintains a training high school in which regular high school subjects are taught and students admitted to either the ninth or tenth grades, up to the maximum number of 100 each year. Applications should be sent in early in order to insure admission to the training high school, as the crowded condition makes it necessary to hold to this limit. ENTRANCE TO THE TRAINER'S COURSE. (Graduation equivalent to 4 ye:us high school.)

The candidate for admission to the training course must present 22 credit points, the equivalent of three years' work beyond the eighth grade. This course may be completed in one year, graduates receiving an elementary state certificate which is good for a period of three years in the state of Nebraska. ENTRANCE TO LIFE CERTIFICATE COURSES. (Graduation equivalent to two years above a 12 year high school.)

The candidate for admission to the Junior year of any college group of studies must present 30 credit points, representing four year:;' high school work. These entrance requirements for the Junior year ar.~ the same as the requirements for admission to the Freshman year at the University in the College of Science, Literature and the Arts, and in the Teachers' College. The following show the required and optional sub.iects for admission to this class :


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Algepra (through logarithms), 1 Yz years, 5 hours a week ........ Rhetoric and Literature, 2 years, 5 hours a week .............. Geometry (plane), 1 year, 5 hours a week .................... History (European), 1 year, 5 hours a week. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Language (Latin, 2 years at least), 3 years, 5 hours a week ........ 0

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OPTIONAL SUBJECTS-13 POINTS.

In addition to those required subjects, for which no substitutes are accepted, applicants must present 13 points from the following optional subjects: Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhetoric and Literature, 1 year, 5 hours a week. . . . . . . . . . . . . French, 2 or 3 years, 5 hours a week ....... 4 Geometry, solid, one semester, daily. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . German, 2 or 3 years, 5 hours a week ..................... 4 Greek, 2 or 3 years, 5 horus a week .......... 4 History (European or America), 2 years, 5 hours a week...... Latin, 1 or 2 years, 5 hours a · week ....................... 2 Natural Science (Botany, Zoology), 1 year, 5 hours a week. 0... Physical Science (Chemistry, Physics), 1 year, 5 hours a week.. Astronomy, Civics, Geology, Normal Training, Physical Geography, Political Economy, Physiology and Hygiene, Reviews, Bookkeeping; not more than 4 accepted. . . . . . . . . . 0

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The entrance requirements for the Industrial College at the University may be substituted for the above. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS.

The candidate for a diploma from the higher courses to the state normal schools, in selection of electives, shall be required to select as least five points in English and ten points in each of two other subjects. This requirement is recommended in order that graduates from the advanced course of the state normal schools may have such preparation in English as will fit them for more effective work, and that they may be more efficient in teaching at least two or more subjects in positions to which they may be elected. Physical Training 2 hours, Public School Music 2 hours, Drawing 1 hour, re'q uired of all students in the advanced courses. One hour of each required before receiving the elementary certificate. The following courses of study will indicate the required and elective work offered at the Peru Normal to the student entering as a Freshman, after having completed the equivalent of the tenth grade in an accredited high school.


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GENERAL GROUP Graduation from this group entitles the student to rece1ve the slate This diploma qualifies for any public school position in the state, including city superintendencies, principalships and all grade and high school positions. The selection of electives will be determined by the particular line of work in which the candidate desires to specialize. Those who are preparing for principalships and suprintendencies should select their electives with the view of completing the work for the degree Bachelor of Education.

normal diploma and a first grade state certificate.

E xpla n ato r y.

First Sem. Periods.

Gnde XI. Freshman yr. 3rd

Second Sem. Periods

sem. A l gebra ... 5 Year Normal Cice r o 1 or Germ ... 5 (a) ....... 5 Scho~l pr oper. Ent r anc~ Physics ft ftee n cr edit po ints. Ora l Exp r essi on 1. .5

So li d Geometry ..... 5 Cicero 2 or Germ 2.5 Physics 1 ...•...... 5 English ......•...•. 5

XII. Sophomore Virgil or Gem. 3 .•.. 5 year. Secon d year Nor- Chemistry (a) ..... 5 mal School proper. Am. History ....... 5 English (c) ....... 5

Virgil or Germ. 4 ••. 5 Agricu ltu re ........ 5 Civics 5 E l ective ............ 5

Grade XIII.

Ju n ior yr. First year college work. Entra nce 30 cr ed it pts. State E lem. Certf.

Phycholgy 1 ....... 5 Bot. 1, Zoo l ogy 1. .. 5 E n g l ish (6) ........ 5 E l ective .. ......... 5

Education 8 and 9 ... 5 Bot. 2, Zool ogy 2 .... 5 H istory of Ed ...... 5 E l ective ............ 5

Grade XIV. Senior year. Second yr . college work. Diploma or Life Certlftcate.

Math. 5, Geog. 1. ... 5 Practice .. .......... 5 Theory of Ed ....... 2'h Practice ........... 5 Theory of Ed ...... . 2'h E l ective ........... 12'h Electiv'e· • ·'· ••....•• 7 'h

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SPECIAL GROUPS IilNDERGARTEN.

Entrance req uirement, 30 credit points. C ompletion of this group gives the special kindergarten diploma in addition to the regular normal school diploma. JUNIOR YEAR

First Semester. Psychology 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Bot. 1, Zology. . . . . . . . . . . . Education 14 ............ Education 16 ............

Second Semester. JDducation 19 ........... . Math. 5, Geog. 1. . . . . . . . . . JDdu. 3 and 21 ............ Elective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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ORAL EXPRESSION.

Entrance requirement, 30 credit points. Completion of this group gives the oral expression diploma in addition to the regular normal school diploma. JU~IOR

First Semester. Psychology 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Bot. 1, Zoology 1. . . . . . . . . . Oral Expression . . . . . . . . . . English .................

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Second Semester. Math. 5, Geog. 1 .......... Education 10 ........... . Oral Expression . . . . . . . . . . Education 3 .............. Elective .................

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History of Education. Edu. 8 and 9. . . . . . . Oral Expression . . . . Oral JDxpression . . . . Elective . . . . . . . . . . .

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Education 4 .............. 2% Education 11 ...... : ...... a Oral Exp. 4 and 5 ........ . Oral Expression . . . . . . . . . . 2% Elective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

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JUNIOR YEAR

First Semester. Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (Bot. 1, Zoology 1) Inorganic Chern ................ 5 English 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Food and Dietetics Course A) . . . . . . . . . . • . • . . • . . . . 2% Sewing ................. 2%

Second Semester. Education 8 and !I. . . . . . . . . 5 (Bot. 1, Zoology 1) Quant. Chern. & Household Chern. 5 History of Ed ............. 5 Food and Dietetics (A) .... 2% Sewing .................. 2%

SENIOR YEAR

(Math. 5, Geog. 1) Physiology, Course A or 1. . . . . Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Theory of Ed. . . . . . . . . . . . Food and Dietetics. . . . . . . . Sewing .................. Home Sanitation . and Home Decoration . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Practice (Do. Sci. in grades) Theory of Education ....... Food and Dietetics. . . . . . . . Sewing .................. Home Management ...... { Home Nursing . . . . . . . . . . Laundry .............. . Electives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COMMERCIAL GROUP.

Entrance requirement, I 5 credit points. Completion gives the candidate a $pecial commercial diploma in addition to the regular normal school diploma. FRESHMAN YEAR

First Semester 3rd sem. Algebra. . . . . . . Cicero 1 or German. . . . . Physics (a) . . . . . . . . . . Oral Expression 1 . . . . . .

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Second Semester Solid Geometry . . . . . . . . . . . Cicero 2 or German 2 . . . . . . Physics 1 ............... English .................

SOPHOMORE YEAR

Business Forms . . . . . . . . . . 2 Penmanship 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2 Orthography . . . . . . . . . . . . . l Chemistry (a)

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American History . . . . . . . . . 5 English (c) .............. f.i

Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . Civics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bookkeeping . . . . . . . . . Com. Arithmetic . . . . . . Commercial Geography

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Psychology 1 ............ r. Bot. 1, Zoology 1. . . . . . . . . . 5 Business Law . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Shorthand and Typewriting. 5

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8 and 9 ........ English 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . History of Educatic.n. . . . . . Adv. Shorthanda nd Typewr.

5 5 5 fi

SENIOR YEAR

Math. 5, Geog. 1. . . . . . . . . . 5

Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Theory of Education. . . . . . . History of Commerce. . . . . . School Law ..............

5 2% 5 2%

Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Comp. and Let. Writing. . . . T.heory of Education. . . . . . Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adv. Diet. and Corres ...... Elective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5

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Other special group courses, as Public School Music, Art, Manual Training are also offered. As will be observed, special courses are formed by selecting the electives in the general course to conform to the special course required.


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Entrance requirement, 22 credit points. gives the elementary state certificate. First Semester Arith. (Math. b) . . . . . . . . . . Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U . S. History (b) .......... Education 12 . . . . . . . . . . . .

5 5 5 5

Completion of this coune

Second Semester Grammar (Eng. b) ....... Physics ................ Geog. 3, Oral Ex ......... Education 13 ............

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BACHELOR OF EDUCATlUN DEGREE.

Larger cities often demand four years college and professional train路 ing above high school preparation. In order to meet this demand and also to meet the demand for a longer preparation for high school teachers, the college and professional courses were extended in 1905 to cover four full years beyond twelve year high schools. On the completion of this course the student receives the degree, Bachelor of Education. This degree will be granted aiso to t~1ose who take their last one or two years at the University or in a college of equal rank. EQUIVALENTS.

The following system of time credits was adopted by the State Board of Educat~on in order . that teachers of successful experience who have pursued lines of study while teaching, or who have taken work in absentia or in non-accredited schools, might receive due credit for the time required to complete such studies. The rigid requirement ot a minimum grade of 80 per cent, under the uniform state examination, will prevent the unworthy from receiving benefit from this ruling. WORn: IN NON-ACCREDITED SCHOOLS.

Students who have studied in non-accredited institutions, and aft路 erwards pass a creditable examination in secondary subjects under the .iform state examination, shall be given credit for four weeks attendance Jr each credit point earned. In such subjects as are not included in uni路 form examination, the examination may be given by heads of departments granting accreditment. A credit point is defined as one full study carrjed for one semester five periods each week. No credit shall be given for time on subjects taken in examinations if credit is already g1ven for attend路 ance in accredited high schools where such subjects have been pursued as reviews. In all subjects taken under uniform examinations or given by heads of departments to test work taken in non-accredited schools, 80 per cent shall be the minimum grade on which credit shall be given.


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IN ABSENTIA.

Students taking work in absentia under the regular instructors of the school shall be given four weeks attendance for each credit point earned. FOR TEACHING EXPERIENCE.

For teaching experience two weeks time credit may be given for each year of successful experience in teaching or in supervisory work, provided that in no instance shall more than sixteen weeks credit on attendance be given for such experience. The regular nine months' term shall be considered as the standard, but . eight months may be considered as one year in case the applicant for time accreditment has taught in schools providing les' than nine months in each year .. SUMMARY.

From the foregoing groups of studies and table of equivalents, the prospective student will note: (a) Graduation from the Trainers¡ course requires 132 weeks' work beyond the eighth grade; (b) Entrance to the lowest groups requires 72 weeks' high school attendance in an accredited high school, or the equivalent of I 5 credit points earned, or a second. grade county certificate; (c) To graduate from the advanced regufar course, the Domestic Science course, the Oral Expression course, Business and Commerce course, Kindergarten course, requires a minimum attendance of 196 weeks' work bey.ond the eighth grade, while the degree, Bachelor of Education, requires four years beyond the completion of a twelve year high school course. Teaching experience will count two weeks for every year's experience towards time credit,, with a maximum of I 6 weeks. Work in absentia will count on time credit four weeks for every credit point earned. Many teachers are carrying in absentia work, completing from five to ten hours each school year, thus earning from four to eight wee~s on time credit toward graduation. Address inquiries to D. W. HAYES, President.


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l\IR. AND l\IRS.

J. l\l.

:\fcKENZIE

FIRST PRESIDEN'.r AND FIRST TEACHER OF PERU

One of the inspiring sights at the State Normal commencement May 30, 191 I , was the appearance on several of the programs of Dr. and Mrs. McKenzie of Oakdale, California, each representing over 80 years of beautiful living and personifying in themselves the simple great¡ ness of the beginnings of the school in the Peru of the olden day, which m 1867 became the first Nebraska State Normal School. Later the State of Nebraska claimed Dr. McKenzie m the office of State Superintendent, where again he rendered pioneer services. The memory of these grand old people as they recited with captivating sim¡ plicity the stories of Peru's beginnings is one that can never fade from the minds of the fortunate company privileged to enjoy the commencement of 1911. May Dr. and Mrs. McKenzie "return late to heaven" is the wish of all who know them, Peruvians old and young.


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G. H. 'WILLIAMS , President W. X

L. NE:MAIIA CLARK

DELZELL,

Vice-President

Reer('lury

J UDGE L ETTON,

Trustee

Dr.

GEo. HowARD,

Trustee

ALUMNI OFFICERS 11)11

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Our Alumni Association now fills an important place in the educational circles of Nebraska. Its membership is .now one thousand five hundred thirty. Among this number are educators of prominence throughout this state and the nation. The Association has been of great assistance in the upbuilding of this institution. Its chief aim has always been to promote the welfare of the school by loyal and enthusiastic support of the administration. In this connection it is of interest to note that all but thirty-four of the graduates are now living, 70 per cent are living in Nebraska and 80 p er cent of this number are in the teaching profession; 20 per cent of those teaching are holding college and normal professorships, or are superintendents of city schools. Of this entire number of graduates there have been 1,168 who taught two years or more after graduation. The above figures do not include the large number who have taught in the state on elementary certificates.


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OUTLINE OF STUDIES AGRICULTURE.

I. Agriculture-General Agriculture.-A survey of the whole field of agriculture, with a text supplemented by government and state bulletins. This course is recommended for beginners and those prepanng to take the state examination. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; four hours laboratory and garden work; each semester and summer school.

Professor Wee~s. 2. Teacher's Agriculture in Public Schools.-This is a method course designed for those who have had high school agriculture or ill equivalent and who wish to prepare themselves for better teaching of agri¡ culture. No one is admitted who has not had the equivalent of one semester's work of five hours. Special emphasis will be given to field and Ia~ oratory work and the construction and use of simple apparatus. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first quarter, third quarter and summer school.

Professor Wee~s.

3 . Agricultural Ceo graph))-The course takes up a more or leu technical study of soils, showing their relationship to the geograp~1ical development of the world. Five hours attendance; four hours laboratory and map work; field excursions; government maps and texts are used in this course. Two and one-half hours credit: second quarter and summer school.

Professor Wee~s. 4. Agricultural Botan))-A study of the botany of grasses and cereal crops; their adaptability, improvement, distribution and cultivation. Including the study and actual practice in grading and juciging grains. Five hours attendance; four hours laboratory and field trips; two and onehalf hours credit; first quarter. Professor Wce~s. 5. Animal Husbandr))-A study of breeds and breeding; feeds and feeding; dairying. Stock judging will also be taken up with practice trips to neighboring stock farms. Given second quarter; five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. Professcr W ce~s. 6. Ornitholog)).-A study of birds, especially considering their economic relationship to man. Means of identification and methods of study will be emphasized. Practical field work in the indentification of


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birds and a study of their life habits will be required. Five i1ours attendance; two and one-hidf hours credit; fourth quarter and summer school.

Professor W ceks. 7. Agricultural Entomolog:y.-A study of the life ha'Jits ol insects, especially those affecting agricultural products. Each student will be expected to collect, identify and know the Efe history of the mo: : cc;::mon insects that infest N ebras,ca fields, gardens and orchards. Five hours a~tend­ ance; two and one-half hours credit; fourth quarter.

Professor Weeks. 8. Poultry H usbandr:y-This course takes up breeds and 0ree<!ing of chickens, incubation and care of young chickens; feeding for eggs and meat and the construction of houses and yards. Five nours attendance with practical work; two and one-half hours credit; third quarter.

Professor Weeks. 9.

Absentia Work.-See "Extension Department." ART.

The aim of the department is to give such training in drawing as will be helpful to teachers in meeting the problems of school life; to develop the tecl:nical skill necessary to depict facts, ideas, and impressions in graphic language, and to cultivate appreciation. a. Drawing.-A general course planned to g1ve some skill in drawing with the mediums used in the grades, and some acqu:~intance with the subject in relation to other school work. Three hours attendance; one hour credit; first semester. Repeated second semester.

Miss Mutz. b. Drawing.-Continuation of course "a." Three hours attendance; one hour credit. Second semester. Miss Mutz.

1. Drawing and Painting.-Scientific and pictoral representation of fruits, flowers, and plant growths, animals and birds. Object drawing. Mediums, pencil, charcoal, brush. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. Repeated second semester. Miss Mutz. 2. Drawing and Painting.-Continu:1tion of course 1. Object drawing. Pose, landscape. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester. . Miss M utz. 3 Decorative Design.-A course dealing with the principles of beauty in the enrichment of objects. Conventionalization from plant, ani-


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mal and landscape sources. Decorative units, borders, surfaces, corners, book covers, posters, lettering. Historic ornament. Five hours attend· ance; five hours credit; second semester. Miss M utz. 4. Constructive Design and Construction-Principles of structural design applied to various processes in paper, cardboard, pottery, textiles, etc. Four hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Miss Mutz. 5. Composition and Color.-A course in the principles of pictorial composition and color qualities and harmonies designed to cultivate apprecia· tion and give practice in their use. Five hours attendance; live hours credit; second semester. Cortsult instructor before registering.

Miss Mutz. 6. Principles of Art.-This course deals with the principles and methods of art education for public schools, eventually working out a course of study. No laboratory work. Five hours attendance; live hours credit; second semester. Miss Mutz. 7. Histor]) of Art-A short course in the history of art, giving a general acquaintance with the leading schools of architecture, sculpture, and painting. Three hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first semseter. Miss M utz. 8. M odelling.-A technical study of the processes of modelling and pottery building. Form study. Modelling in relief and in the round. Story illustration. Modelling from life and from cast. Five hours at· ten dance; five hours credit; first semester. Miss M utz. BIOLOGY.

1. Botany.-A systematic study of the fundamental tissues and the causes and methods of their differentiation, followed by a detailed study of typical forms of the algae and fungi. Designed to give a knowledge of the principles of classification, the characters, the evolutionary development, and the economic importance of the lower half of the plant kingdom. Three hours attendance; four hours laboratory; three hours credit; first semester and summer school. Associate Professor Heath. 2. Botany.-A continuation of Course 1. A study of the Bryo· phyla, Pteridophyta, T epidop:1yta, Calamophyta and Cycadophyta, clos· ing with detailed work on the structure, analysis, identification, and classification of the Anthophyta. Two hours attendance ; four hours laboratory; Associate Professor Heath. two hours credit; second semester.


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4. Botany.-Ecology. Ecological factors which control the distribution of plants; principles of plant association; characteristics of typical plant formations. Prerequisite Botany I. Three hours attendance; four hours field and laboratory; three hours credit; second semester. Associate Professor Heath. I. Geology.-Historical, physiographical, structural and dynamic geology. A study of basic principles, relief forms, and elementary rocks. Three hours attendance; four hours field and laboratory; three hours Associate Professor Heath. credit; first semester.

Zoology.-A study of typical forms, including lectures, recitations, dissect:ons, field work, and the collection and classification of 1 00 insects. Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory work; two hours credit; first semester. Head Professor Duncanson. 2. Zoology.-A continuation of the dissection of types, a study of animal tissues, the preparation of permanent microscopic mountings, and work in taxidermy. Three hours attendance; four hours laboratory work; three hours credit; second semester. Head Professor Duncanson. 3. Zoology.-Embryology. Open to students who have taken courses I and 2. Three hours attendance; six hours laboratory work; five hours credit; second semester. H cad Professor Duncanson. 4. Zoology.-Special work in anatomy and histology. Open to students who have taken courses I and 2. Three hours attendance; six hours laboratory work; five hours credit; first semester. H cad Professor Duncanson. 5. Nature Study from a Biological Point of View.- Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory and field work; two hours credit; second semester. H cad Professor Duncanson. 6. Organic Evolution.-A course consisting of lectures, recitations and library work. Second semester; two hours attendance; two hours credit. H cc.d Professor Duncanson. DEPART!UENT OF COMMERCE.

A few years ago Professor ] . L. McBrien, then State Superintendent of Nebraska, saw that there was a coming demand for more normal trained teachers who were al:Ie to teach the business branches and more practical subjects in the high schools of N ebraska. Through his efforts the Board of Education eÂŁtablished the Department of C~mmerce in the State Normal to meet this demand.


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The work in this department will be more extensive than ever before. The teachers of the different business branches have had special training for their work. The course is so arranged that any student may elect all his work, except the required teachers' training work in these business branches. When any student completes the required full course in Busi· ness Principles and Commerce, together with the required work of the normal training, he will be granted a diploma with an extra certificate from this department showing that he is qualified to teach in the business department of high schools and business colleges.

Histor)} of Commerce.-A study of this subject gives the student a broad knowledge of the development of the commercial relations from the earliest times to the present. The student traces from the past the influences resulting in the commercial supremacy of individual nations and determines the possible trend of trade in the future. Five hours credit. Professor W. N. Delzell. Business Law.-The common law in business transactions. A course designed to show, in a non-technical manner, tne important factors of the common law affecting ordinary business transactions. The chief aim is to present in a clear and comprehensive manner the principles governing contracts in general, sale of goods, bailments, insurance, credits and loans, contracts of guaranty, negotiable instruments, agency, p ~ rtnership and joint stock companies, and real and personal property. Practical discussion taken up in class. Five hours credit. Professor Delzell. Bookkefping. -This work in its various phases is logically and practically conducted. The work is introduced by the study of theory of debits and credits and methods of recording busine~s transactions. The advanced work includes wholesale, partnership, commi•sion, bank;ng, etc. Five hours credit. Prof. Delzell. Shorthand. -The Gregg system of shorthand is taught. Much prac· tice in writing and transcribing the shorthand is given and thus skill in writ· ing the characters is given and confidence in reading them is acquired. This course must be preceded by English Courses a, b, c. Five houn recitation; five hours credit; first semester. No extra charge for this course. Associate Professor Woods. Advanced Shorlhand.-Continuation of Course 1. Advanced dictation and speed; letter writing and postal information; office practice, con· sisting of stencil cutting and mimeographing; shipping, letter press and car· bon copying, filing and indexing; general review of stenographic principles. Two and one-half hours credit. Professor W. N. Delzell.


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Advanced Dictation and Correspondence.-This work follows the advanced shorthand course. The student takes up actual office work and practice and takes dictation from the different members of the faculty in their letter writing and othor correspondence connected with the school. Two and one-half hours credit. Professor W. N. Delzell. Typewriting.- The typewriter is becoming more and more an important factor in commercial work, and the demand for skillful operators is ever increasing. The "touch" method is taught. Words and phrase signs are studied and mastered until they can be written readily and unconsciously. Special attention is paid to vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and paragraphing. Great importance is given to accuracy, rapidity and neatness. Credit depends upon the amount of time subject is pursued. Slight laboratory fee charged for use of machine. The best sta~dard make machines are furnished for practice. Professor W. N. Delzell. Penmanship.-The instruction is based upon sound psychological and pedagogical principles with the aim of securing concrete results. Plain, legible business writing is the chief aim. Work in theory and methods is given during the last half of each semester. Two hours credit. Professor W. N. Delzell. Orthography.-In this course special attention is given to rules of. syllabafication and definitions, pronunciation and etymology. Special methods and devices of teaching spelling in public schools. Two hours attendance; one hour credit. Professor W. N. Delzell. ~pelling,

School Law.-School law treats of the existing laws that have been enacted by the Legislature of Nebraska for the organizing, managing and maintaining the public schools of Nebraska. The decisions of the State Superintendent and Supreme Court are given special attention. Two hours credit. Professor W. N. Delzell. Composition and Letter Writing.-(.See course "C" under Department of English). Economics.-(See "Political Economy" under Sociology). Commercial Geography.-(See course "4" under Department of Geography) . DO~IESTIC

ECONOMY.

Students completing this course together with required work in regular normal course, will be given a special diploma in Domestic Economy, in addition to the regular normal school diploma. The course is designed to


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qualify for supervisory positions in Domestic Economy m town and city schools.

I . Food and Dietetics.-Beginning work. Composition and cookery of carbohydrates, eggs and milk. Study of water and mineral foods. Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory. Two and one-half hours credit; first semester; summer school one-half credit. Associate Professor Ferguson. 2. Food and Dietelics.-Continuation of Course I. Composition and cookery of meats, cheese, fats and oils. Study of beverages and food adjuncts. Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory. Two and one-half hours credit; second semester.

Associate Professor Ferguson. 3. Food and Dietetics.-Continuation of Course 2. More advanced than the preceding courses. Dietaries. Includes the making of pastry, cakes, salads and puddings. Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory. Two and one-half hours credit; first semester.

Associate Professor Ferguson. 4. Food and Dieleics.-Continuation of Course 3. More elaborate dishes are prepared. Lessons in canning, jelly making, frozen foods, entrees and fancy cakes. Two hours attendance; four hours laboratory. Two and one-half hours credit; second semester.

Associate Professor Ferguson. 5. Sewing.-Beginning work. Elementary stitches and their application for household use. Making of some underwear. Use of the sewing machine. Four hours laboratory; two and one-half hours credit; first semester. Summer school one-half credit or double time for full credit. Associate Professor Ferguson. 6. Sewing.-Continuation of Course I. Finish all underwear. Drafting patterns. Making of shirtwaists. Four hours laboratory; two and one-half hours credit; second semester.

Associate Professor Ferguson. 7. Sewing.-Continuation of Course 2. Dressmaking. Fancy waists and woolen skirts. Four hours laboratory; two and one-half hours credit; first semester. Associate Professor Ferguson. 8. Sewing.-Continuation of Course 3. Dressmaking continued. Methods of teaching sewing in the public schools. Four hours laboratory; two and one-half hours credit; second semester.

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9. Home Sanitation and Decoralion.-Location and surroundings of th~ house. Hygiene of the home. Heating, lighting, ventilating and plumbing. Plans and decorations for a house. Three hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first semester. Associate Professor Ferguson. 10. Home Management-Nursing and laundry. Planning menus. Serving. Sick room cookery. Care of the .sick. Location and equipment of a laundry. Laboratory work in washing and ironing. Four hours attendance. Two hours laboratory; five hours credit; second semester. Associate Professor F crguson. Students in this department must be provided with long white aprons for all cooking classes. EDUCATION.

1. History of Education.-Prescribed course involving study of evolution of educational ideals, special attention being paid to work of such reformers as have distinctly influenced modern pedagogical practice. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; each semester; summer school. Professor Goshen. 2. Educational Classics-Critical study of the classics of educational reformers from the r~naissance to the present time, special attention being paid to the educational writings of Locke, Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Froebel and Herbert Spencer. Two and one-half hours credit; fourth quarter; summer school. Professor Goshen.

3. Theory of Education-Work will embrace an examination of pedagogical principles and a discussion of various educational themes and problems. Lectures, library reading. Two hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. President H a.))es. Dean Rouse. 4. Theory of Educalion.-Conti.nuation of Course 3. Theses. One hour attendance; two and one-half hours credit. President Hay es. Dean R ous e. 5. School Administration.-A course for superintendents and principals. A practical study of the various relationships in public schools. Board of education: authority of, responsibility of, election of, qualifications for membership. The superintendent and his relations to the Board of Education, the teachers, pupils, community, other educational forces. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Dean Rouse.


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6. High School Administration.-Devoted exclusively to problems of the high school administration and high school management. An elective especially desirable for all who teach in the training high school during the year. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; third quarter. Mr. Lefler, Principal Training High School.

7. Institute lnstruction.-A course for institute instructors and county superintendents only, to be taken as work in absentia. Credit varies with work done. · Dean Rouse. 8. Methods and Principles of Educalion.-]unior year. Gives insight into teaching as an art and constitutes a rational preparation for practice teaching, educational principles and general methods illustrated by model lessons in different subjects with both primary and grammar grades. Five daily recitations. Two and one-half hours credit. First half of each semester. Mrs. Crawford. 9. Methods and Principles of Education.-Follows Course 8. Furnishes an essential working basis for subsequent teaching. Methods of presenting various subjects in elementary school curriculum elaborated by means of lectures, reports and discussions. Five daily recitations. Two and one-half hours credit; second half of each semester.

Mrs. Cran•ford.

10. Praclice.-Course open to seniors only. Prerequisite education 8 and 9. Each student has entire charge of a class in the Training School for a period daily. Opportunity given for change of subject, grade and department at stated intervals. Work closely supervised by training teachers who hold frequent individual and group conferences for the pur· pose of giving directions and suggestions, analyzing methods and discussing plans and reports. Work differentiated to sui.t needs of superintendents, high school, primary and grammar grade "teachers. Daily recitations. Five hours credit; first se~ester. Dean Rouse and. Training Teachers. 11.

Practice.-Continuation of Course

10.

Second semester.

12. Observation-Training Class ....:__Students observe expert teachmg. Discuss with model teacher the aims and processes of her teaching acts. School management. Theory of education. School law. !-land work. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. Mrs. Crawford.

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Observalion.-Course

12 continued.

Same credit.

Second

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in the trammg school kindergarten. Study of Fore bel's Education of Man and His Mother Plays. Collateral reading such as A Study of Child Nature, Kindergarten Principles and Practice, F roebel's Eduo.tional Laws. Attendance required, five hours observation and three hours recitation; five hours credit; first semester. Miss Hosmer. 15. semester.

Kindergarten Theor)).-A continuation of Course 14. Second Miss Hosmer.

16. Gifts, Occupations and Games.-Theory of the gifts. Practical building lessons. Occupations include weaving, sewing, folding, cutting, modeling, construction and raffia work. Songs, games and rhythmic exercises. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Miss Hosmer. 17. semester.

Gifts, Occupations and Games-Course 16 continued. Second Miss Hosmer.

18. Children's Literature.-Consideration of juvenile literature for kindergarten and primary grades. Fanciful and realistic stories. Folk and fairy tales, myths, fables, historical stories. Selection, adapta6on and telling of stories. Three hours attendance; two and a half hours credit; second semester. Miss Hosmer. 19. Kindergarten Practice.-Each student given opportunity to take full charge of the training school kindergarten at stated intervals. Practice offered in all lines that constitute the usual kindergarten program. Work closely supervised by the training teacher of this department. Ten hours practice; seven and a half hours credit; first semester.

Miss Hosmer. 20. Kindergarten Praclice.-Course 19 continued with the addition . of incidental work in reading and numbers with the oldest pupils. Second semester. Miss Hosmer. 21. Special Methods. Program making. Primary methods. Kindergarten games and songs. Picture study. Three hours attendance; three hours credit; first semester. Miss Hosmer . 22.

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Special M ethods.-Course 21 continued.

Second semester.

Miss Hosmer. ENGLISH AND LITERATURE.

a. Histor:y of English Literature.-A study of the history of English literature from the earliest times, with car.efully selected readings from


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the leading writers of each period. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first and second semesters. Associate Professor Culbertson. b. English Crammar.-An intensive study of the essentials of English grammar. A thorough course in technical English with a critical study of the structure of the English sentence. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first and second semesters.

Associate Professor Culbertson. c. Sophomore English.-A critical study of classics, including Enoch Arden, Rime. of Ancient Mariner, Vision of Sir Launfal, etc. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first and second semesters.

Associate Professor Culbertson. d. Constructive English.-A constructive study in English for the purpose of developing the power to express thought clearly, concisely and artistically. The text-book work is carefully supplemented by personally directed fheme work. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit, fourth quarter. Associate Professor Culbertson. I. Shakespeare-Macbeth, Hamlet. Origin of English drama. and the life of Shakespeare. A critical study and appreciation of dra¡ matic art. Written exercises. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester.

Associate Professor R. H. House. 2. Shakespeare.-A continuation of Course I. Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Othello. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester.

Professor H. C. House. 3. History of English Litcrature.-A general sketch of English literature with carefully selected readings to illustrate each period studied. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester.

Associate Professor R. H. House. 4. Tennyson.-A study of The Princess, with careful analysis of some of Tennyson's shorter poems. Reference reading supplement the critical study. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester.

Associate Professor R. H. House. 5. Bronming.-Critical study of the shorter poems, and of Pippa Passes and Luria. Written exercises. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester.

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6. Correct Speaking and Writing.-Required of all candidates for graduation after 1911. Review of English grammar. Analysis of sentence structure; idiomatic forms and usage; paragraph and theme writing; class drill. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester. Professor H. C. House. 7.

Repetition of Course 6.

Second semester. Professor H. C. House.

8. Anglo-Saxon.-Grammar and selections from Bright's AngloSaxon Reader and the Beowulf. Origin of the English language. Comparative language study. This course is designed especially for those intending to teach English, Latin or German in high schools. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester. Professor H. C. House. 9. Anglo-Saxon and Middle English-Continuation of Course 8. Beowulf, through 2,000 lines. Studies in later development of the language with some accounts of the French and Latin elements. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester. Professor H. C. House. 10. Principles of V ersification.-Study of meter, the stanza, the refrain, rhyme-system. Practice in poetical composition. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; third quarter. Associate Professor R. H. House. 11. Teachers' Course in Reading.-A study of selections commonly presented in the reading classes of the grades. Lectures on the preparation of "reading lessons." Practice exercises in reading aloud. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. Fourth quarter. semester. Associate Professor R. H. House. bates.

12. Debating.-Drill in brief-writing and oral and written deTwo hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. Professor H. C. House.

13. Shakespeare Seminar.-F or advanced students of Shakespeare. Rapid reading of the plays. Critical papers by members of the class. Two hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; second semester. Professor H. C. House. 14. American Literature.-A general survey, with close readings of selected classics. Critical papers. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester. Associate Professor R. H. House.


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15. Emerson and Carlyle.-The essays and poems of the former and Sartor Resortus. Five· hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. Associate Professor R. H. House. ORAL EXPRESSION.

The aim is to make good readers. The principle used is the psychological development of the powers of expression. Exercises are given to free the voice and body in order that the student may cultivate responsiveness and express the thoughts and feelings which he can comprehend. Lit· erary analysis forms the basis of oral expression. In accordance with this idea much time is given to interpretative reading. See Oral Expression Group for graduation requirements. 1. Oral Expression.-Comprises a brief course in phonics. Study of the fundamental principles of reading with reference to the work in the public schools. Five hours attendance. Five hours credit. First semester af!d Summer School. Associate Professor Nettleton. 2. Oral Expression.-F ollows expression 1. Literature expressing thought and feeling more complex is used. Grouping and other mechanics of reading. Practice upon committed selections. Five hours attendance; five hours, credit. First semester. Associate Professor N ettletan. 3. Oral Expression.-The study of the great literary masterpieces with especial reference to phrasing. Bodily expression. Voice and physi· cal culture. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. First semester . and Summer School. Associate Professor Nettldor.. 4. Oral Expression.-The drama. Story telling. Advanced voice and physical culture. Life study. Repertoire. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester. Associate Professor N ettle'on. 5. Oral Expression.-Co!lege oratory. Public speaking. Study and delivery of the great orations. Five hours attendance. Two and one-half hours credit. Fourth quarter. Associate Professor N eitleton. 6. Teachers' Course in Expression.-Open to seniors only. Study and practice in rendition of different literary forms of literature. Criticisms and suggestions from standpoint of pupils' development, abridgment and arrangement of selections for declamatory contests. Suggestions for coaching class plays. Five hours credit; five hours attendance. First semester. Associate Professor Nettleton.


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DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY.

a. TJ)pe Studies in Ceograph;y.-The geography of North America, its geological history, position, surface, drainage, natural and political divisions, climate and life. North America is a type preceded by a review of the principles of geography, especially climatic causes and effects. Frequent use is made of the library for reports on ocean, mountain and desert forms. Continental relief is studied through sand modeling and other media. For Training Class. Five hours attendance; two and onehalf hours credit; second and third quarters; Summer School.

Associate Professor Mears.

I. Senior Ceo graph}).-The subject of geography from both a professional and informational standpoint. The course begins with a brief survey of historical geography, its rise as a science from ancient times to modern. Contributions to geography by Herodotus, Strage, Marco Polo, Humboldt and others. A review of the principles of geography-astronomical, physical and geological. The continent of Europe taken as a type for continental study. Library work, professional readings and current event reports. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first and fourth quarters; Summer School. Associate Professor Mears. 2. Ph,Ysiograph}).-Earth history. Origin and development of land forms. Leading physiographic features. Glaciers and the glacial period. Great rivers of the world. The Grand Canyon. Volcanoes. First semester; five hours attendance; five hours credit.

Associate Professor Mears. 3. Industrial Ceo graph})-The leading industries of the United States. Processes studied in detail. Class discussions supplemented by library readings and reports. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit ; third quarter.

Associate Professor Mears. 4. Commercial Ceograph,Y.-A study of the leading nations in their commercial relations. A few of the world's great industries studied intensively. Transportation, railroads, canals. A study of consular reports and the writing of statesmen. Five hours attendance; two and onehalf hours credit. Associate Professor Mears. 6. Map Making. A teachers' course in the making of maps of various kinds for all the grades. Fundamentals in topography studied. Map making and map reading. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; second semester; Summer School.

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7. Geographic Influences Upon History.-Brigham's text used. A course which reviews the geography of North America more particularly and emphasizes the geographical influences determining certain great movements in history. Five hours recitation; five hours credit; each semester.

Associate Professor Mears. Art and Travel.- The school allows credit as follows for those who take the work of the summer school of University of travel when recomme-nded by the dean of the Summer School: Geography two houn, History two hours, Architecture two hours, Painting two hours, Sculpture two hours, Education in Europe two hours. By doing the required readings and passing examinations the credit is doubled. GERMAN.

I. Elementary Course.-Main facts of grammar. Drill in pronunciation. Words and their varying forms. Structure of sentences. Extended exercises to fasten same in mind. Easy readings in real German with drill (a) in clear, accurate pronunciation; (b) in offhand reproduction, into easy German sentences, of main facts re:ad; (c) in easy questions and answers about matter read; (d) in easy dictations to be translated offhand into German sentences. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester; also Summer School.

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Professor Whitenack.

2. Continuation of Course I .-Glueck auf completed. Independent texts begun. Abundant sight reading. Easy stories narrated for oral reproduction. Poems committed. Dictations, conversation and easy composition based on texts read. Five hours attendance; five houn credit; second semester.

Professor Whitenack. 3. Intermediate C.ourse.-Texts read bear especially on life iu Germany. Bacon's lm Vaterland; Stern's Geschichten vom Rhein. Conversation and short German songs. Poems committed. Five hours at¡ tendance; five hours credit; first semester; also Summer School.

Professor Whitenack. 4. Continuation of Course 3.-Mosher's Willkommen in Deutschland; Hauff's Das Kalte Herz; Schiller's Wilhelm Tell. Conversation. dictations and offhand oral reproduction based on text. Five hours at¡ ten dance; five hours credit; second semester.

Professor Whitenack. J 5. Advanced Course.-Abundant practice in reading to get the thought content, with literal translation made secondary. Freytag's Die


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]ournalisten; Sudermann' s Frau Sorge; Schiller's Maria Stuart. Sight reading. Discussions in German of matter read. Original essays ¡ on themes drawn from the text. Oral reproduction. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Professor Whitenack. 6. Continuation of Course 5.-Freytag's Soli und Haben; Scheffel's Ekkehard; Schiller's Wallenstein. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester.

Professor Whitenack.

7. Teachers' Course.-To enter this course three full years of German required. Prior to entrance consultation necessary with head of department. Number limited. Practice teaching required. Studies and discussions of methods. Independent reading and reports on advanced texts. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester; also Summer School. Professor Whitenack.

8. Continuation of Course 7.-Lectures on German history, literature and education. Brief thesis required on some phase of German teaching. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester. Professor Whitenack. GREER.

1. First Year Greek-The fundamentals of the Greek language. Special attention given to the mastery of paradigms, vocabulary and common constructions necssary for reading Greek. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Associate Professor Woods. 2. First Year Greek.-Course I continued. ance; five hours credit; second semester.

Five hours attend-

Associate Professor Woods. HIS'.rORY.

a. Histor]) of the United States.-A general survey of the history of our country prepartory to teaching it in the elementary schools of Nebraska. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first and second semesters and Summer School. Professor Ellis. a'. Creek Histor]).-Open to all who have had General History in the high school. Five hours recitation; five hours credit; second semester and Summer School. Professor Ellis.


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a". Roman History.-Open to all who have had General History in the high school. Five hours recitation; five hours credit; second semester and Summer School.

Professor Ellis. I. Mediaeval History.-Open to all who have had General History or Course a' and a". Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Professor Ellis. 2. English History.-Open to all who have had General History or its equivalent. Five hours recitation; five hours credit; second semester and Summer School.

Professor Ellis. 3. French Revolution and Napoleon.-Open to all who have had Course I . Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester and Summer School.

Professor Ellis. 4. Advanced American History.-Begins with the treaty of Paris I 763; covers the pre-Revolutionary, the Constitutional Period and West· ward growth and expansion. Five hours recitation; five hours credit; first semester.

Professor Ellis. 5. History of African Slavery in Amcrica.-Origin, growth and cns1s. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester and Summer School.

Professor Ellis. 8. Europe in the Nineteenth Century.-Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester. ·

Professor Ellis. LATIN.

a. Beginning Latin.-The fundamentals of Latin study. Special stress placed upon the mastery of paradigms, vocabulary and common constructions necessary for reading simple Latin. Translation, composition and grammar study simultaneous from the beginning. F abies and short, easy stories from Roman history. Six weeks reading in Nepos. · Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester, Summer School.

Associate Professor Woods. b. Beginning Latin-Course a continued. Five hours attendance: five hours credit; second semester; Summer School.

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c. Caesar.-Caesar's Commentaries read as a connected story. Review of w~rd forms and a more advanced study of construction. Sight translation and reading Latin for sense. Study of English derivatives. Latin composition. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. fJrofessor Clar~. d. Caesar.-Continuation of Course c. five hours credit.

Five hours attendance;

fJrofessor c;Iad?. 1. Cicero.-A study of the orations of Cicero in their proper setting of life and time. Grammar and composition continued. The thought as it moulds the sentence and shapes the discourse made the primary object of study. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester and Summer School. Associate fJrofessor Woods. 2. Cicero.-Continuation of Course 1. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester; Summer School. Associate fJrofessor Woods. 3. V ergil.-The Aeneid studied as a literary masterpiece. Interpretative study of the characters and their story as well as the great theme of the poem. Special attention to beauty of thought and expression, and frequent comparisons with English poetry. Practice in scanning and metrical reading. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. fJrofessor Clark. 4. Vergil.-Continuation of Course 3. hours credit; second semester; summer school.

Five hours attendance; five

fJrofessor

Clar.1~.

5. Horace.-Selected odes, satires and epistles in their relation to the life of the Augustan Age. The meters of Horace and the literary qualities of his poems. Open to students who have had four years of Latin. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. fJrofessor Clark. 6. Liv.J).-The story of the Second Punic War. A rapid reading course. Open to students who have had four years of Latin. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester. fJrofessor Clark. 7. De Senectute.-An exhaustive study of the treatise. Open to students who have had four years of Latin. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester. Associate fJrofessor Woods.


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8. Greek and Roman M :ytholog:y.- The principal myths in rela¡ tion to literature, art and astronomy. Open to all Latin students. Especially designed for students of Vergil, Horace and Ovid. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; third quarter.

Professor Clari~. 9. Roman Literalure.-A btief survey of Roman literature designed to unify the study of Latin authors. Open to all students of L1tin. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; second half of second semester. .

Professor

Clar.~.

10. Ovid.-Selections from the Metamorphoses with a thorough drill in scanning. Open to students who have had three years of Labn. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; Summer School. Professor Clark.

11. Sallust-Catiline's Conspiracy. Open to students who hm had three years of Latin. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hour; credit; Summer School. Professor Clark.

12. Technical Beginning Latin.-A course offered especially for teachers covering the first year of Latin in review. The course emphasiz~ the more difficult and more important constructions. Five hours attendance; one hour credit; second semester; Summer School. Associate Professor Woods. 13. Caesar.-A review course for teachers and others who wish to strengthen themselves in Caesar. Special attention given to constructions and methods of presenting the subject. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit where not duplicated; Summer School.

Professor Clark. 14. Latin Club-The Latin Club meets every two weeks and is found to be both enjoyable and beneficial, the time being given to Latin songs, games and entertainments designed to give fuller appreciation of Roman life and literature. All members of the Latin department a5 well as all lovers of the languages are welcome. MANUAL TRAINING. (In charge of Associate Professor F. C. Smith.)

A complete course in manual training has been installed in the Peru State Normal. This course includes bench work, lathe work in wood and iron, forge work, etc. It is designed to prepare teachers that they may become supervisors of manual training in the schools of Nebra!ka.


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Completion of this course will entitle the student to a special manual training diploma in addition to the regular normal school diploma. Teachers who wish to become manual training supervisors will find an excellent opportunity here to take a sufficient amount of work to enable them to conduct the ordinary work of the school room in a more efficient manner. MATHEMATICS.

Students electing subjects in this department with a virw to teaching mathematics in the smaller schools will be expected to complete at least courses 1, 2 and 14. Courses 3, 4, 6, 7 and 13 are designer:! for those desiring to become special teachers of mathematics. Courses 8 to 1 3 and 15 will be given when there is sufficient call for them. They are intended primarily for graduate students who desire to continue mathematical study either for the purpose of becoming stronger teachers in both elementary and advanced mathematics or for engineering and other courses in universities or technical schools. a. Arithmetic.-For students in the training course. attendance; five hours credit; each semester.

Five hours

[Jrofessor 13ecq. a-1. Arithmetic.-The work in arithmetic as planned for the summer schools will consist for the most part of a critical study of type problems under various topics. Incidentally the subject will be reviewed, but arithmetic from the teacher's standpoint will be made the prominent featur~ of the course. Two and one-half hours credit to those who do special work prescribed by the instructor.

Professor 13ecq. b-1. A lgebra.-A beginning class for mature students who have not had the subject, and also for students who may have done some work in algebra, but who desire to make -a more thorough study of the subject with the idea of teaching it. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester.

Profesw,¡ Howie. b-2. A lgebra.-Course b-1 five hours credit; second semester.

continued.

Five hours attendance; Professo~

Howie.

b-3. Algebra.-This course is ordinarily known as "Third Semester Algebra" and is required of all freshmen and upper classmen who have not had the subject. Prerequisite, one year's work in high school algebra, or equivalent, involving simple equations, involution, evolution and some


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work 'with exponents, radicals and the graph. Five hours attendance; ftve hours credit. First semester. In Sumine'r School, ten hours attendance. ¡ Professor Beck. , Associate Professor Olmstead. 4-b. Algebra.-A review course. Anyone having had thm semester's work in algebra may take this course. Prepares for state examination. Five hours attendan~e. - .Summer School. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-1. Plane Ceometry.-A course for mature students who have !ll~er studied geometry. Students' who have- clone some work in subje:t may take this course for a thorough review and completion of subject. Five 'hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. In Summer School, ilen hours attendance. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-2. tendance.

Plane Ceometry.-Course c-1 continued. Five hours atFive hours credit; second semester. Associate Professor Olmstead.

c-3. .Solid Ceometr}I.-This course is required of all freshmen and upper clas~ men who have not had the subject. Prerequisite: Plane geometry complete, ¡ and course b-3. Fi}.(e hours attendance; five hours credit; second .semester. In Summer School, ten hours attendance. ;, Professor Howie. Prof. Beck. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-4 . .. Ceometry.-A review course. Anyone having completed plane geometry may take this course. Prepares for state examination. Five hours attendance; Summer School. Professo1' Howie. 1. College Algebra.-ln this course special attention will be given to the more advanced phases of simultaneous quadratics, theory of quadratics, special higher equations, questionable and legitimate transformations of equations, and theory ~f lograrithms. The course will also include such topics as the binomial theorem, undetermined co-efficients, arrangements and groups, exponential and logarithmic series, etc. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. In Summer School, ten hours attendance. Professor Howie. Associate Professor Olmstead. 2. T rigonometry.-A course in plane trigonometry including the study of the trigonometric functions, relations between the functions, solu-


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work 'with exponents, radicals and the graph. Five hours attendance; ftve hours credit. First semester. In Sumine'r School, ten hours attendance. ¡ Professor Beck. , Associate Professor Olmstead. 4-b. Algebra.-A review course. Anyone having had thm semester's work in algebra may take this course. Prepares for state examination. Five hours attendan~e. - .Summer School. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-1. Plane Ceometry.-A course for mature students who have !ll~er studied geometry. Students' who have- clone some work in subje:t may take this course for a thorough review and completion of subject. Five 'hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. In Summer School, ilen hours attendance. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-2. tendance.

Plane Ceometry.-Course c-1 continued. Five hours atFive hours credit; second semester. Associate Professor Olmstead.

c-3. .Solid Ceometr}I.-This course is required of all freshmen and upper clas~ men who have not had the subject. Prerequisite: Plane geometry complete, ¡ and course b-3. Fi}.(e hours attendance; five hours credit; second .semester. In Summer School, ten hours attendance. ;, Professor Howie. Prof. Beck. Associate Professor Olmstead. c-4 . .. Ceometry.-A review course. Anyone having completed plane geometry may take this course. Prepares for state examination. Five hours attendance; Summer School. Professo1' Howie. 1. College Algebra.-ln this course special attention will be given to the more advanced phases of simultaneous quadratics, theory of quadratics, special higher equations, questionable and legitimate transformations of equations, and theory ~f lograrithms. The course will also include such topics as the binomial theorem, undetermined co-efficients, arrangements and groups, exponential and logarithmic series, etc. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. In Summer School, ten hours attendance. Professor Howie. Associate Professor Olmstead. 2. T rigonometry.-A course in plane trigonometry including the study of the trigonometric functions, relations between the functions, solu-


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tion of right and oblique triangles with applications to surveying and memsuration. Special emphasis is given to the solution of trigonometric equations. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. In Summer School ten hours attendance. Professor Howie, Associate Professor Olmstead.

3. Analytic Ceometry.-A geometric interpretation of algebra. This course gives the student a new view of algebra and geometry and makes him a much better teacher of both subjects. Without analytic geometry it is exceedingly difficult for any teacher to have confidence in the teaching of the graph in algebra. The course includes rectangular and polar co-ordinates, transformation of co-ordinates, problems in loci, the straight line, the circle, and some work with the ellipse, parabola and hyperbola. Five hours attendance. Five hours credit. First semester. Prnfesso~ Howie. 4. Theory of Equations.-This course will also include determinants. Prerequisite: course 1. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. Third quarter. Projcssor Honâ&#x20AC;˘ie. 5. Pedagogical Arithmetic.-Required of all seniors. Whfle arithmetic is reviewed to some exfent, yet the course is a new view, from the teachers' standpoint, rather than a review of arithmetic. Four hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. First and third quarters. Professor Beck. 6. Calculus.-A course in differential calculus including the differentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions, expansions of functions including Maclaurin's and Taylor's theorems, indeterminate forms and maxima and minima. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester. Professo; Hon,ie. 7. Calculus.-Course 6 continued and a course in integral calculus conmtmg chiefly of the integration of the functions, with some work in double and triple integration, and applications of integral calculus to geometry and physics. Five hours attendance; five hours credit. Second semester. Profes sor Howie. 8. Analytic Ceometry. - A continuation of course 3, including tangents, diameters, poles and polars, general equation of the second degree, and a short course in the analytic geometry of space. Four hours attendance; four hours credit. Second semester. P,¡u fessor f-{ owie.


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9. Advanced Calculus.-Prerequisite: course 7. attendance; three hours credit.

Three hours

Professor Howie. 10. Spherical T rigonometr_y.-Prerequisite: course 2. attendance; one hour credit.

One hour

Professor Howie. 11. Differential Equations.-Prerequisite: course 9. attendance; three hours credit.

Three hours

Professor Howie. 12. Advanced Geometr_y.-Prerequisite: course 3. Modern methods in analytic geometry. Three hours attendance; three hours credit.

Professor Howie. 13. Surve_ying.-Prerequisite: course 2. A course for men con· sisting largely of the use of surveying instruments in the field. Credit determined by work done.

Professor Howie. 14. M ethods.-A course in geometry primarily for those intending to teach geometry. Anyone having completed plane and solid geom· etry may take this course. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first semester.

Professor Howie. 15. credit.

Higher Trigonometr_y.-Two hours attendance; two hours Professor Howie. PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC.

(Offered for the first time this year as a complete course.)

A course for supervisors and grade teachers which includes the necessary technical knowledge as well as a training in the best methods for presenting the subject to children of different grades. Opportunity is afforded for observation and practice teaching in all grades. ·Subjects: Song Interpretation, Ear Training, Melody Writing, Sight Reading, Elementary Harmony, Elements of Notation and Public School Methods. Completion of the work offered in Public School Music will entitle the graduate to a special diploma, and will qualify for the position of supervisor of music in the public schools of Nebraska. 3. Chorus.-Membership in this organization is absolutely free. Rehearsals are continued throughout the year. A number of the great


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choral classics are studied and programs prepared for one grand concert each semester. Credit on recommendation of director. Director Homer C. House. 4. of voice purchase cents, to certs are

Glee Club.-Open to male students possessed of a fair quality and musical ear. Every student admitted to membership must his own full dress suit and be subject to a semestral fee of fifty cover the expense of an accompanist, etc. Frequent public congiven by this club. Credit on recommendation of director. Director Homer C. Hous e.

5. Ladies' Octetle.-Tuition in this organization is free. The voices are selected by the director of choral singing. The Octette is expected to prepare a complete program of choir part songs and to give a number of public concerts. Credit on recommendation of director. Director Homer C. House. 6. The Band.-Open to all men who own instruments and who have had some band work. For those who are inexperienced a beginning band will be oganized. Members of the regular normal band are required to furnish their own uniforms. Tuition free. Two hours attendance each semester. Credit on recommendation of director. Associate Professor Smith. 7. Private.-Students may register for private work in voice, piano or any band or orchestra instrument. Pianos may be rented for the entire year at a very small rate. All fees, including tuition, rent of piano, etc., are DUE STRICTLY IN ADVANCE, at the beginning of each term of nine weeks. PIANOFORTE DEPAR'l'l\1ENT.

The pianoforte course includes the systematic study of technical exercises and the works of the classic and romantic composers, both ancient and modern. Every effort will be made to improve the appreciation of the student for the best forms of music. Recitals are frequently given which are invaluable to the student. The course is practically as follows: studie&, Leschetizky' s technic, 8. Elementar}).-F oundational Etudes by Lemoine and Loeschhorn, First Study of Bach, Sonatas and pieces by Kuhlau, Clementi, Diabelli, etc. 9. lntermediate.-Major and minor scales, Triad arpegg:os, Etudes by Czerny and Loeschhorn, two and three part inventions of Bach, Sonatas and pieces by Haydn, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Grieg, Schytte, MacDowell, etc.


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I 0. Advanced.-Chord of the seventh arpeggios, Octave Studies, Etudes by Cramer and Chopin, Suites and Preludes and fugues of Bach, Sonatas of Beethoven, Compositions by Liszt, Rubenstein, T schaikowsky, etc. IDSTORY OF MUSIC.

Course II .-First Semester. Class instruction, one hour recitation, one hour credit. Early traces of music before the Christian era. Early Christian music, Polyphonic music, Luthers reformation and the renaissance, Development of dramatic music, Italian, Cerman, and French opera, The Oratoria. Miss Austin. Course 12-Second Semester. Classical and romantic periods, History of the pianoforte, organ, and violin. Biographical sketches of the great masters. Hunt's text.

Miss Austin. THEORY.

14. music.

A Course in Theory.-Open to all students registered for One hour attendance. First semester. Professor Loeb.

ance.

15. Theory.-A continuation of Course 14. One hour attendSecond semester. Professor Loeb.

I 6. Orcheslra.-Course open to any one, who can play an orchestra instrument. Tuition free. Two hours a ten dance.

Associate Professor Smith. TUITION RATES, PRIVA'I'E INSTRUCTION.

Piano.-Miss Austin, two lessons a week, 30 minutes, for a term of nine week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13.50 One Lesson a week, for term of nine weeks, Miss Austin. . . . . . . . 7. 00 Violin-Professor Loeb, one lesson a week, one semester. . . . . . . 18.00 Voice-Professor House, per lesson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 When a number can be taught in one group, the charge for each student may be reduced. All students will register for music, and pay fees, at registrar's office. Tuition payable STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PARLIAMENTARY LAW.

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up progressively and every point is illustrated in the spontaneous class practice. Each student is given abundant practice in presiding and opportunity for participating in all forms of parliamentary activity, including some such exercise as a presidential nominating convention, a sitting of a legislature, or a parliamentary tournament. For enthusiasm, utility, and discipline few subjects approach the short course in parliamentary law. The class meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, at I :30 p. m., Twenty minutes daily preparation. First and Third quarters, and Summer school. One hour elective credit. Professor Gregg. PHYSIOLOGY.

a. ElementarJ) PhJ;siologJ)-F or the Trainers' Course. Goes more deeply into the subject than as commonly taken up in elementary or high schools, and presuppose some little acquaintance with the subject. Emphasis is laid on methods of teaching. Daily recitations. Ninety minutes laboratory per week. First semester; five hours credit. Summer School; Two and one-half hours ' credit Professor Gregg.

I. Advanced PhJ;siologJ).-Takes up a more exhaustive study of the human body. This course should, if possible, be preceded or accompanied by the first course in zoology and in chemistry. Five hours recitation and lectures. Ninety minutes laboratory per week. Five hours credit; second semester. Professor Gregg. 2. Personal, Household and School HJ;giene.-A course designed to supply training in that phase of general physiology most profitably presented in the grade work on physiology in our public school and for maintenance of personal health. Two and one-half hours elective credit; second and fourth quarters. Summer school.

Professor Gregg. DEPART~IE::\T

OF PHYSICAL

TRAI~ING-l\lEN.

Ph;ysical Training !.-This work offered in gymnasium is work preparing one for similar work in high schools and in the grades. The work consists of work with the Dumb Bells, Indian Clubs, Wands, on the Horizontal and Parallel Bars and other gymnasium apparatus. Also work on the mat and floor exercises given which can be taken into the classroom. Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10:30, 3:00 and 3:45. One hour credit. Associate Professor Brumage.

Ph;ysical Training I!.- This work consists of instructions in the playing of games and the coaching and managing of athletics teams. All those taking part in the athletic games will be enrolled in this work. Work on the teams required every day with one hour of lecture and instruction in


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class room, per week. Definite knowledge of every game played will be given in this course. Work with the regular teams from 4:30 to 6:00. One-half hour credit. Associate Professor Brumage. PHYSICAL TRAINING-WOMEN.

1. Swedish GJ;mnaslics.-Correction of Improper walking and standing positions. Elementary artistic exercises and gymnastic games. One hour credit; three hours attendance. First semester.

Miss Rader. 2. Course 1, Continued in More Advanced Form.-Elementary drills with wands, dumb bells, Indian clubs, etc. One hour credit; three hours attendance. Second semester. Miss Rader.

3. Advanced Class in German and Swedish GJ;mnastics.-Heavy apparatus work, games such as basketball, baseball and hockey. For students having had one year or more of gymnastic work. First semester; three hours attendance; one hour credit. Miss Rader. 4. Teaching of ElementarJ) GJ)mnastics.-A course especially for teachers. Theory of gymnastics combined with practi-cal work in teaching. Why, how, and what gymnastics in school room should be. Two hours attendance. One hour credit; first semester. Miss Rader. PSYCHOLOGY.

1. PsJ)chologJ).-This is the required psychology of the Junior year. A preliminary examination of nervous structures is made the basis for a general study of the phenomena of mental life. Text-book work, supplemented by discussions, observations, simple experiements, collatteral reading and reports. Five hours attendance. Five hours credit. Offered each semester and summer school. Professor Goshen. 2. Child StudJ).-Must follow or accompany course 1. The individual and genetic development of the child will be traced and educational suggestions for his guidance will be evolved. Lectures, readings, observations and reports. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first and third quarters. Summer school.

Professor G ashen. 3. Logic.-This course aims to give training in clear, accurate reasoning, inductive and deductive and to examine briefly the so-called scientific method. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit. Professor Goshen. Second quarter.


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4. Physiological Psychology.-A study of the structure and functions of the nervous system as the basis of such mental phenomena as are involved in the senses, reflex action, instinctive and voluntary actiVIties, and the physiological processes underlying the emotions. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first and third quarters. Summer school. Professor Gregg. 5. Experimental Psychology.-A course of experimental work in psychology such as may be done by the student for the most part at his own room, and which will initiate him into the art of psychologizing and reveal to him his own mind. Studies are made on color harmonies, memory, apperc{ption, imagery, reaction, time association, etc. Daily lectures; two and one-half hours elective credit. Second quarter and summer school. . Professor Gregg. 6. Educational Psychology.-This course should be preceded by a course in General Psychology. It takes up the application of tl1e prinicples of psychology to the science of education. The course will also include a critical study of one or more ¡problems bearing upon educational th eory and practice. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours elective credit. Third quarter, summer school and by correspondence. Profcs;or Gregg. 7. Social Psychology.-This course should be preceded by a course in General Psychology. It considers the genesis of social consciousness and the causes of behavior of people in crowds and mobs, and the public as influenced by fashion, custom, conventionality, etc. Special attention is given to the problems of the "gang" in public school work. The psychological aspects are presented the first quarter and the sociological aspects the second quarter. Either may be taken independently of the other. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours elective credit each. First semester, Summer school, and by correspondence. Professor Gregg. 8. G enelic Psychology.-A study of the ¡ mental man in tne light of evolution; the unfolding of in9ividual consciousness in racial history. The course covers the basic things in psychology for teachers and others, who have to deal with the applied forms of pyschology. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours elective credit; third quarter. Professor Gregg.

9. Psychology of Thinking.-A correspondence course requiring an exhaustive outlining of Miller's text, supplemented by the careful reading of Dewey's "How We Think," Schaefer's "Thinking, and Learning How to Think," etc. Two or three hours credit, depending upon the amount of work done. Professor Gregg.


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I. Astronom:y.-An elementary course in descriptive astronomy. Much of the work will be inductive, based on a study of manography, ob¡ servation, measurements, evening with the telescope, etc., equivalent to four hours laboratory practice. The course is eminently practical as a preparation for teaching longitude, latitude, time, the tides, etc., as found in geography, physiography and geology. Considerable attention will be given to the application of principles and the working of problems, although no mathematics is, necessary beyond algbra and the simplest geometry. The study of astronomy, intensely interesting in itself is rendered doubly so here by the use of a good observatory with a five-inch refracting telescope. Five hours attendance; laboratory as above. First semester, 5 hours credit; summer school 2 Yz hours. Professor HoJ)I. a. ChemistrJ).-An elementary course in inorganic chemistry, including a study of non-metallic elements and compounds and of the fundamental principles of the science. Much emphasis is placed upon such a mastery of the principles of valence, reactions and equatians, as will enable the student to understand the formation of compounds and to solve simple chemical problems. Five hours attendance, a minimum of 4 hours individual laboratory work. First semester 5 hours credit. Summer school 2 Yz hours credit. Professor H OJ) I. I. Chemistor:y.-A co~tinuation of course (a), includes a study of metallic elements and compounds. Since many students fail to take any advanced work, a brief study of elementary organic chemistry is given covering fermentation, bacteria, the series of carbon compounds and tests for and experiments with various food products. During the last quarter also an introduction is given to qualitative analysis of simple compounds in order to fix the principles of reaction and equation more firmly. Those expecting to teach chemistry or to study agriculture, domestic science, etc., should not fail to take this course. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; second semester; a minimum of four hours laboratory practice. Professor HoJ)t. 2. Chemistr:y.-A course in qualitative analysis by the regent and blowpipe methods. Courses (a) and ( 1) are prerequisites of this course. Three hours attendance; 2 Yz hours credit; a minimum of four hours laboratory per week. First semester and summer school. Professor Ho:yt. 3. Chemistr:y.-A course in elementary quantitative analysis including both gravimetric and volumetric methods. This course will include the


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analysis of water, milk and various food substances. Three hours attendance; 2 J;2 hours credit; a minimum of four hours laboratory per week. Second semester. Professor H oJ]t. PHYSICS.

a. Ph:ysics, Beginning.-Work based wholly upon experiments. largely qualitative and strictly inductive. Text used as reference book, supplementing class discussions. Topics treated: Properties of matter, forms of energy, motion, effects of gravity, hydrostatics and pneumatics. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; four hours laboratory; first semester. Summer school, 2 J;2 hours credit. Associate Professor Hendricks. b. Ph:ysics, Training Class.-Material and treatment much as in (a), through special stress is placed upon method as related to grade science work. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; four hours laboratory. Second semester. Associate Professor Hendricks. 1. Ph:ysics.-A course for those preparing to teach physics in high schools. Prerequisite, course (a) and {b) or their equivalent. Topics: Magnetism, electricity and light. Five hours attmdance; five hours credit; four hours laboratory work; first semester. In summer school two and onehalf hours credit. Professor H o:yt. 2. Ph:ysics of the Atmosphere, MeteorologJ).-The atmosphere, its moi5lure, and circulation in relation to winds, storms, weather and climate. The use of weather maps and the:r aid in interpreting weather conditions in Nebraska. Supplements Geography 2 or Agriculture 3. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; four hours laboratory work. First quarter. Associate Professor Hendricks.

3. Ph:ysics, LaboratorJ) C ourse.-Qualititative experiments. Each semester; four hours laboratory. One hour credit. Credit not to exceed two hours. Associate Professor Hendricks. METHODS IN SCIENCE.

1. ElementarJ) Science.-A method class for kindergarten or grade teachers in elemetary science or nature study, adapting matter of science to grades below the high school. Especially related to agricultural geography, physiology and hygiene. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; second quarter. Offered in summer school.

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requirements and shaping local conditions to meet them. Three hours attendance; 2 Yz hours credit; two hours laboratory; second semester. In summer school, five hou_rs attendance; four hours laboratory with two and one-half hours credit. Associate Professor Hendricks. 3. Laborator}! Practice.-A year's course as assistant under direction in the laboratories. Two hours daily of assigned duties as. teacher in practice with students at the tables. One period per week of conference. Two and one-half hours credit per semester.

Associate Professor Hendricks. SOCIOLOGY.

a. Civics.-A comprehensive study of the theory of government and political institutions of the United States. Special attention is given to local government, viz., township, county and state; equal time is given to national government. Application of knowledge of the subject is made through the current event report. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first and second semesters. Professor Stoner. I. Social Science.-A study of the nature and courses of social development. Attention will be given to an examination of the origin and function of some of the more import~nt social institutions, such as family and state assemblies. The development is traced in the present leading nations of the world. Five hours attendance; live hours credit. Second semester. Professor Stoner 2. Ethics.-F undamental principles of ethics applied to questions of social life. Five hours¡ attendance; two and one-half hours credit; first quarter of first semester. Professor Stoner. 3.¡ Political Econom}!.-An introductory study of laws governing the economic activities of man. Some of the more important applications and discussions of the present day problems are considered. Five hours attendance; five hours credit; first semester. Professor Stoner. 4. Distribution of Wealth.-This course open to those who have had previous preparation in economic principles. Five hours attendance; two and one-half hours credit; second quarter of second semester.

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PERU ALUMNI The following pages contain the names of Peru Alumni by classes.

A list of thos~ receiving life professional certificates since 1906 is also given. The Normal will appreciate receiving corrections in initials used, change of address, occupation, etc. There are very few normal schoois in the country that have a larger and none that have a more loyal body of graduates. So many requests come from boards of education offering our graduates positions in their schools that we are unable to supply half the demand. . CLASS OF 1870.

George E. Howard, Professor State Uni .. Lincoln, Neb., 191 0 E. St. Mrs. Anna Moorhead Joy ....................... . Peru, Neb. CLASS OF 1871.

Lydia Bell, Elocutionist ............................... Pawnee Emma Brook Slosson, Physician .. . .............. . . . Sabetha, Kas. ""D. T. Hayden ........ . ...................... . . . CLASS OF 1872.

Mrs. F ranees Huli Osborn .... .' ......... .. .... Hastings, Neb. (?) Mrs. Emma Lewis Holz ....................... . ... Omaha ( ? ) CLASS OF 1874.

""Stewart Black ....... . ......................... . CLASS OF 1875.

I. L. Burch, Farmer ... . ......................... Lander, Wyo. Mrs. Alice E. Daily Goudy ........................ . Peru, Neb. Hugh Dobbs, Lawyer ..... . ................ . ... . .... Beatrice Mrs. Vesta Noyes Tooney ..................... . .. Spearfish, S. D. CLASS OF 1876 â&#x20AC;˘

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P. A. Black, Banker .. , ....................... Hastings, Neb. Mrs. L. Anna Brown Cornell ........ 1452 Uri! Ave., Columbus, 0. Charles Fort, Insurance ........ Kansas City, Mo, 4151 Warwick Blvd. Alice Hitt, Supervisor Drawing .......................... Omaha Thomas Hitt, Editor ........................... University Place W. K. Loofbourrow, Minister. .............. . ........ Lena, Ill. Joseph B. Piper, Insurance ........................ Measha, Mo. ""William Welch ............. .................... . CLASS OF 1877.

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Mrs. Jessie Bain Copper ........... .4333 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo. Louis A. Bates, Druggist. ........................... Springfield Mrs. Slsie De Cou Troup .............. 2212 Mason St., (?) Omaha Ida M. Dennison, Teacher ........... 2902 Josephine St., Denver, Colo Leslie T. Lewis, Lawyer .......... 4221 Uni. Bank, San Diego, Cal. . '~'Mrs. Ella Logan Loofbourrow ..................... . '~'Mrs. Sue Pichard Blackburn ....................... . CLASS OF 1878.

T. W. Blackburn, Lawyer ................ 409 Paxton Blk., Omaha Mrs. Alice Emerson Stull ..................... Cas!1ion, Okla. (?) Mrs. Nellie Harmon Lashley ....... 115 W. 32d St., L<::s Angeles, Cal. John Winters, American Bo:>!< Co ............... 1408 F St., Lincoln CLASS OF 1879. '~'Mrs.

Eva Bates Prug~ ........................... . Robert Blackburn, Re" I Edat::! .......................... Suttcn W. M. Clary, Life Insurance ....... 3240 Gar. Ave., Kansas City, Mo. J. R. Cooper, Fruit Farm .......................... So. Auburn Geo. W. Cornell, Lawyer .................... W e:~therford, Okla. Senora C. Cornell ................................ Lincoln (?) Mrs. Anna M. Daily F armworth .... ." ............. Springfield, Mo. Mary Emerson ...................................... Cook Charles B. Letton, Justice Su;Jreme Court ........ 1919 D St., Lincoln Mrs. Minnie Locke Easterday ..................... Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. Emma Morgan F crt. ................ 61 6 So. 37th St., Omaha A. B. Mutz:, Traveling S:>.l ~:man ....................... Auburn Mrs. Ollie S. Olsen Schraam ........ 919 Madison St., Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Fern Pierce Upton ...................... I 133 L St., Lincoln Robert Piper ........................ 132 St. Leg:r Flats, N. Y. Mrs. Anna Taggert Clark .................. 1806 Ohio St., Omaha Mrs. Grac~ H. Wilbur Squires ............. 616 So. 37th St., Omaha CLASS OF 188(). '~'Mrs.

Flora Blackburn Lamson ..................... . J. D. Graves, Attorney ................................. Peru A. C. Hull, Gen. Ins. Agent .......................... Hastings Mrs. Anna E. Reed Hall ............... Corner I 1th and B, Lincoln ~Mrs. Jessie E. Stocking Hecht. ..................... . Mrs Florence C. Locke Harris ................ : ....... Tecumseh '~'Emma F. Whitehorn ............................ . CLASS OF 1881.

Eleanor Bain, Teacher ............. 4333 Oal St., Kansas City, Mo. '~'Deceased.


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Rosa Bouton, Professor U. of N ........................ Lincoln Fred Graham, Banker. .......................... Pomona, Cal. A. E. Howard, Lawyer .............................. Lincoln Mrs. Carrie Logan Rivett ............. 24th and Sumner Sts., Lincoln ]. S. West, Lawyer ............................ Wellston, Okla. CLASS OF 1882. If. Jesse

Hesseltine ................................ . Mrs. Kate L. Hewitt Davis ......... 237 W. 7th St., Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Ella Larsh Kellogg .......................... Percival, Ia. Mary McKenzie Keyser ....................... Brentwood, Cal. Lottie McKenzie Cornwell ........................ Oakland, Cal. Joe MeVicker, Real Estate Agent .. .' .................... Lincoln lf.Della Nuckols ................................. . Clarence E. Ord .................................... Auburn Mrs. E. Capitola Reed Graves, Physician ................... Peru P. R. Sim, Farmer ............................. Nebraska City CLASS OF 1883.

Mrs. Arabella Beals Goodrich .......................... Geneva Eliza Branstine, Temp. Worker .................. Colorado Spring Mrs. Ora Brenizer, Gale ............................... Blair Albert N. Burch, Engineer U. S. R. S .................. Harminston Vina Ellis .................................... Nebraska City Mrs. Grace Gregory Gilman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... North Platte (?) ]. H. H. Hewitt, Clerk U. S. Land Office ................. Alliance lf.M. D. Horham ........................ : . ...... . Mrs. Rose Loofbourrow Brown ..................... Eureka, Cal ]. T. McKinnon, Investor ............ ¡...... Siloam Springs, Ark. Mrs. May Pendleton McKinnon ............... Siloam Springs, Ark. R. D. Winters, Merchant ............. : .......... Lakeport, Cal. Mrs. Anna Worley Fanning, Loan and Real Estate ... ...... Crawford Mrs. Dora Wyne Hesseltine, Fruit Grower ................. Peru CLASS OF 188!.

Berthan Bain, Student University of Chicago ............... Chicago Mrs. Della Beals Caldwell, Osteopatl:ist .... 714 15th St., Des Moines Mrs~ Mary Evelyn Briss Van Fleet, University of Okla ... Norman, Okla. Ida L. Campbell, Teacher .................. La Grande, Ore. ( ? ) John W. Evans, Principal .......................... Ceres, Cal. Mrs. Belle Prime Whitney ........................ Beavery City Mrs. Anna K. Strock Ord, T eac1m. . . . . . . 102 7 E. 4th St., Fair bury Albert H. Van Vleet, Professor, State University ....... Norman, Okla. CLASS OF 188:>.

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Mollie E. Baker ................................ . Mrs. Jennie Brown White ......................... Blue Springs Frankie Church ......... , ...................... Nebraska City Mrs. Lou Dort Dysart ................................ Auburr. Ida Dysart, Teacher ............................ Salt Lake City Mrs. Florence Fisher Dort ............................. Auburn Thomas L. Fisher, Farmer ........................... Nemaha Maggie Reese ................................ Johnson, Neb. Mrs. Mary Shearon Jenkins ........ Bellingham, Wash., 414 High St. Mrs. Olive Wilcoxen True ................. 800 5th St., Fairbury

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Mrs. Blanche Bedell Sinclair ........... , â&#x20AC;˘.. West Farnam St., Omaha Mrs. Ida Church Good .................................. Peru H. B. Duncanson, Professor State Normal .................. Peru Belle Gilmore . . ................................. Plattsmouth Elmer E. Green, Mail Service .......................... Lincoln Minnie E. Hendrix, Teacher ............... 2024 Douglas, Omaha Mrs. Dora A Little Davidson ...........â&#x20AC;˘.. 2218 N. 29 St., Omaha Alexander R. Peery, Merchant ........................ Auburn Mrs. Jessie Sinclair Collings ..................... Fullerton, Colo. CLASS OF 1887.

'f.Mrs. Grace Bollong Tourtelot. ..................... . Mrs. Carrie A. Brown Hilliker .................... Denver, Colo Mrs. Laura]. Bradford Neal. ............................. Peru Lottie Burch, Professor University of Utah ............ Salt Lake City Mrs. L. Belle Carpenter Miller .................... Bilaspur, India Anna Church . . . .............................. Duluth, Minn. George A. Coleman, Biologist ................. San Francisco, Cal. James W. Crabtree, State Superintendent. ................. Lincoln Ellis E. Good, .Banker ................................. Peru William B. Harman, Insurance Agent. . 201 Idaho St., Boise City, Ida. Richard T. Hawley, Farmer ............................ Brock Straud M. Logan, Fruit Farm, Lawyer ......... Grand ]unction, Colo. Leroy Miller . . ............................... Bilaspur, India Mrs. Hannah Roberts Van Wickie ........................ York Mrs. Ella Shellhorn Weaver ............... ...... Concordia, Kans. Sarah A Thorn, Teacher .......................... Holmesville James H. Veeder, Shipping Clerk ................. Missoula, Mont. CLASS OF 1888.

Jennie E. Borst, Real Estate ........ 111 0 37th Ave., Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Alice Boyer Douglas ......................... Nuela, Colo. 'f. Mrs. Ella M. Campbell Prime ...................... . 'f. Deceased.


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Julius Conklin . . . . . . . . . ..... ... .. . ..... ... .... . .. ... Nelig:, '~'Mattie A Cooper .. .. . .. .. . ....... . .. .. .... . .. .. . '~'Herbert C. Lane ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .... . . . . Frank ]. Ord, Real Estate ........ 623 Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Clara R. Pettigrew .......... ... ... .. ................. Lincoln Charles ]. Pierson, Supt ......... ... ... . .. ...... ... Bostonia, Cal. Penelope M. Smith .... ... ........ ... .. 1842 N. 18th .St., Omaha Jennie Williams Disbrow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Owaton, Minn. CLASS OF 1889.

Edwin T. N. Alfred, F a;mer . .. ... . ...... . ........ . . . ... Cairo Bertha L. Bloomingdale, Teacher H. S. . .. . ... ....... Grand Island H. Waldo Bouton, Fruit Grower .. . . ..... .. ....... (?) California Mrs. Edith Clark Schell ....... ... .... ... . ... ..... Ashland, Ore. Emma Lisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bostonia, Cal. Isabelle Lisco .. . ... . .............. .. .. ... . .... Bostonia, Cal. Mrs. Anna M. Ord Partridge .. ........ : ......... Toronto, Can. Jorn Orton .......... ....... . ..... .... .. . . ... .. .. Fullerton CLASS OF 1890.

Dexter D . Ashley, Physician .... 346 Lexington Ave., New York City Marcia Babcock, Teacher .... .. .............. . ... .. .. Fairbury Kate M. Bloomingdale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julian John E. Gilmore, Lawyer . . ......... . . . . ... ........ Hay Springs Geo. H. Gilmore, Physician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Murray Hope Hornby .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winside Alma Hosie, Professor State Normal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Kearney Theodore A Leger, Minister . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midvale, Idaho Mrs. Jennie Mardis C lark ............................... Peru Henry Menke, Minister . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ...... (?) Iowa Mrs. Nellie E. Moren Schneider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Logan, Kans. Fred E. Morrow, Supt. . .... ... ..... . .. . ....... .. . Central City B. Frank N eal, Lawyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ......... Boise C ity Mrs. Myrtle E. Ord Duncanson ..... . . .... .... .... .. . . . . Peru Lynn Timmermann, D.D. S . ... . ... ........ . .. Fort Plain, N. Y. Emma A. Vroom, Teacher ........... University Park, Denver, Colo. CI.JASS OF 1891.

Mrs. Maude E. Berkley Birdsall .... .. ............... Alexandria Mrs. ] ennie Berkley Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexandria '~'Sadie Bock .... ... .... . ... ..... ......... .... .. . Mrs. Addie H. Brawer Manzer, 3425 Gladstone Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Zelia Hosie Morrow, Teacher .... .... ... ....... Central City James F. Hosie, Professor Chicago Normal . . ........ . ..... Chicago '~'Deceased.


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Horace M. ] arrett, Lawyer .................... ." .. Straud, Okla. Mrs. Delia Klaus Ward ............... 305 B St., Santa Rose, Cal. Mrs. Bessie Majors Van Vleet. .... 1145 W. 36th Place, Los Angeles Mrs. Grace Porter Miller ............................. Seward Elizabeth M. Shaffer, H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............ David City Lola L. Standley .................................... Chester CLASS

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] oseph P. Gillilan, Deputy Co. T reas .................... Auburn Mrs. Mattie H. Gregg Dafoe ......................... ¡r ecumseh ]essie F. Howard, Teacher ............................ Ad3ms Mrs. Floy E. Hutchinson Killian ........................ Norfolk Mrs. Barbara D. Majors Davenport ....................... Peru Mrs. ] essie E. Metcalf Deakins ......................... Auburn Chas. F. Neal, Broker .......................... Seattle, Wash. George W. Porter, Merchant ......................... Fairmont Mrs. Maude G. Phillips King ..................... Pasadena, Cal. CLASS OF 1893.

Samuel Baughman, Contractor .......... Denver, 1146 So. Emerson St. "'Norman ]. Brower ..... .' ........................ . Mrs. May Davies Goldie .............................. Wayne ] ames E. Delzell, Deputy State Supt. ..................... Lincoln "'Carrie Emerson ................................. . Mrs. Ora Ferguson Neal ........................ Seattle, Wash. James H. Hayes, Physician .................... Cass City, Mich. Mrs. L. Idilla ] effrey Wallace ........................ Hastings Grace ]ones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Humboldt Chas. S. ]ones, Supt. .................................... Ord "'Howard H. ]ones .............................. . Mrs. Lizzie Keetel Peterson .......................... Oakland Nellie Lynch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Twin Falls, Minn. Mary Lynch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Twin Fails, Minn. Richard D. Moritz, Supt ........................... Red Cloud Mary Morrissy .......... ¡ ...................... Audubon, Ia. "'Eda C. Nelson ................................. . Albert W. Osterhout, Professor Cotner University ............ Bethany Arthur L. Quivey, Supt. ............................... Cozard Mrs. Edwina Rockwood Kennedy .................. Colter, Wyo. Kit tie T ynon, Principal, Second Ave. School. ......... Nebraska City Stanton T. Van Vleet ...... 1145 West 36th Place, Los Angeles, Cal. Hannah A. Wallace ................................ Tekamah Julia M. Wort, Teacher, Lincoln H. Lincoln, 181 0 Garfield St. Mrs. May M. Wyne ]ones .............................. Ord Mrs. Josie York Osterhout, Professor Cotner University ....... Bethany "'Deceased.

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CLASS OF 1894.

Nettie M. Aksamit ................................... Crete ¡ ~Edith L. Bickford ............................... . Anna B. Borst, Teacher ........... Ill 0 37th Ave., Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Vina Canon Dobbs ...................... Rocky ford, Colo. Grac~ D. Culbertson, Associate Professor State Normal ........ Peru William L. Davenport, Farmer ........................... Peru William N. Delzell, Professor State Normal . ." ................ Peru Thomas F. Dobbs, Merchant .................... Rocky ford, Colo. Lulu Evans ............................ (?) Cornwallis, Wash. Mrs. Willa G. Fisher Miller .......................... Talmage Amelia Gillilan ................................. ( ? ) Omaha }udar Howard .................................... Kenesaw Mrs. Agnes D. Jack Winkleman ............ 815 N. 43d St., Omaha Mrs. Olive M. ] ones McQueen, Teacher . 8 I 5 N. 4 3 St., Tacoma, Wash. Katherine V. Langer ................................ Ashton Charles F. Lehr, Supt. ............................... Pender Mrs. Anna McCoy Hayes ..................... Cass City, Mich. George C. Merrill ...................... Steamboat Springs, Colo. Belle Miller ................................. Sabetha, Kans. Richard F. Neal, Lawyer .............................. Auburn ~Clinton S. Norton ............................... . Susan W. Norton, Teacher .................... Valley City. N. D. }ames O'Connell, Supt. ............................. Loup City Lucy]. Penny, (married) ....................... (?) So. Omaha Milton]. Richardson, Merchant .. 317 I stAve., N. Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Gertrude ]. Roberts Hamming ........................ York ' Marion C. Shellenberger .......................... Ely, Nevada Mrs. Adelia M. Slack Rich ............... Cripple Creek, Colo (?) Lillian Smith .................. Kansas City, Mo., 926 Harrison St. Ottawa ]. Standley, Secretary ................ Denver Irrigation Co. Mrs. Elizabeth Stoutenborough Carraher ............. Union, Neb. Mrs. Eva T rissler Park ........................ Cline Fails, Ore. Edith Van Middlesworth, Training Teacher, State Normal. ..... Peru Gertrude Warren, Teacher Public Schools ................. Omaha Henry W. Wortman ................................ Ashland CLASS OF 1895.

Mrs. Marne Agnew Ord .................... Rawhide Butte, Wyo. ~May L. Atwater ................................ . Frank H. Beedle ................................ Kansas (?) ~Elsie S. Bixby ............................... : .. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bratt Baldwin ......... 2814 Jackson St., Omaha Minnie E. Chase (married} ........................... Sidney "'Deceased.


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Kate A. Collins, Teacher ........................ Monrovia, Cal. Tina A Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . St. Louis, Mo. "'Mrs. Carrie Duncanson Richards .................... . E. 0. Garrett, Am. Book Co .......................... Fremont Nellie G. Golden, Teacher ........................... Scribner 0. Maurice Good, Banker .............................. Peru Mrs. Mabel B. Gooze Elliott. ............... 2023 Ohio St.. Omaha Estella Graham, Teacher ...... 509 E. 9th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Olive Griffith, Teacher ........................ Jubbelpace, India Mrs. Emma A. Hart Fuller. ......................... Tecumseh Mrs. Winnie E. Hartley French ...................... Boise, Ida. Bertha ] ohnston ................................... Auburn Clara M. ] ones, Teacher ............................... York John L. King, Real Estate Agent ................... Pasadena, Cal. Mrs. Lydia N. Maika Munkers ........................ Chadron Elliott D. Martin, Supt. ......................... Livermore, Cal. Geo. McMichael, General Secretary Y. M. C. A ....... Missoula, Mont Louise W. Mears, Professor State Normal ................... Peru Robert C. Ord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lusk, Wyo. Oliver P. Palstine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tower Lake, Cal. Mrs. Clara Quante Baker ............................. Imperii!.! Neva Ray ......................................... Barada Mrs. Pearl E. Rockwood Hall ............... Eestervan Sask, Can. E. E. Sams, Lawyer ........................ Pawhuska, Okla. Mrs. Kate M. Smith Codington ........................ Fremont Sadie Smith Trail ...................... 841 N. 26th St., Lincoln lsa E. Stanford .......................... University Place (?} Mrs. Minnie L. Storm Randol ................ Weatherford, Okla Bessie T ynon, Banker .............................. Auburn "'Minnie Van Nostran ............................ . Mrs. Mae Van Vleet Wright ....................... Sumpter, Ore. Mrs. Agnes Watt Henton ............ Loydminister, Alberta, Canada "'Maggie A Wishard ............................. . CJ,ASS OF 1896.

Lottie M. Alexander ......................... Weston, Ore. (?) Lucretia Allen, Teacher .......................... Cedar Bluffs Mrs. Grace ]. Benster Kettering ....................... Orion, III. Mrs. Clara]. Bullock Standard .... 727 N. Beard St., Shawnee, Okla. Edith Burgess, Teacher ........................ Coleraine, Minn. ] ay H. Burwell, Supt. ............. ¡.................. ] uniaid La Monte L. Chase, Lawyer ................. 1845 M St., Lincoln "'Effie M. Cassel ................................ . Margaret ]. Dillon ................................ Crete (?) "'Deceased.


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Mrs. Iva Efner Frank .................. 2035 Farnam St., Omaha Mrs. Etta Enders Webster .................. Cripple Creek, Colo. Hattie E. Farmer .................................... Alma Harmon A. George ................... . ........ Riverside, Cal. Mrs. Grace Hammond Puffer ....................... Wayne "'William H. Harris .............................. . William T. Holmes ........................... New York (?) Mrs. Edith A Hutchingson Joy .. 403 N. Humphrey St., Oak Park, Ill. Mrs. Nona M. Johnston Lowry ... 620 N. 50 Ave., West Duluth, Minn Clara ]. Joyce ¡ ................................. Lusk, Wyv. Alice H. Loomis, Professor State University .......... Madison, Wis. Letta M. Lott, Teacher ........................... Rising City Frank P. Majors, Farmer ............................ . .. Peru Luella Matthews, Teacher .......................... Rising City "'Pearl Matthews ............ , ......... .. ......... . Charles D. Metcalf, Minister ........................... Snyder Mrs. Carrie E. Ord Riatt ........................ . . Rising City "'Alice Roy Paris ................................. . William C. Parriott, County Judge ...................... Auburn Mrs. Urseba E. Pratt F airhead ......................... Syracuse Mrs. Jessie F. Robb Holt ................. Grand Junction, Colo. Elva E. Rulon, Librarian ............................. Peru .. Harvely L. Sams, Rancher ................... . ...... Scottsbluff Mrs. Lillie M. Senger Loechner ........................ Benson Mrs. Nellie S. Shepard Vest ........... 209 13th St., Sioux City, Ia. Mrs. Ida M. Towns end Platt. .................... Granville, N. D Chas. W. Vest ..................... 209 13th St., Sioux City, Ia. Parker M. Whitehead, Supt ........................ Gothenburg Georgia A Wiard .......................... Chula Vista, Cal. Neal ]. Wyne .................................... Kenesaw CLASS 01.<' 1807.

Effie Abbot, Teacher ......... Wesleyan University, University Place Mrs. Lydia H. Barnes Hermie ... 4208 Allendale Ave., Allendale, Cal. Lillian Bramford, Teacher Deaf and Dumb Ins. 3008 Farnam St., Omaha Mrs. Mae Bramford Horn ............... 3008 Farnam St., Omaha Lauretta Bridge ................................ Orient, Ore. Mrs. Jessie F. Bridge Lancaster ......... 1 71 0 W. 15th St., Chicago Mrs. Anna W. Butt Maguire .......................... De Witt Mrs. Iva M. Catlin Jewell ............................ Chester john H. Clarke, MerchaDt ..................... LaCrosse, Wash. 0. T. Conkle, Telegrapher ................ 24th and R Sts., Lincoln Mrs. Yinette A Conkle Miles ......................... Dorsey Mrs. Beatrice Fen ton Craig .......................... Wymore "'Deceased.


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W. L. French, Prof. U. of N. Agri. Dept. ................ Lincoln Marie C. Frerichs, Teacher Public Schools .......... Seattle, Wash. Elizabeth C. Gardner ............................. Wakefield ""'R. E. Giffen .............................â&#x20AC;¢..... Paul Goss, Real Estate ............ ; ..... 134 N. 11th St., Lincoln Mrs. Anna M. Harney Thornton .................... Ackley, Ia. Libbie Henry ....................................... Ithaca 0. H. Hermie, Real Estate Agent ................ Allendale, Cal. Lois 'Hill ..................................... Broken Bow Ola B. Hugg .................................. Seward 0) Amos. T. Hutchinson, Merchant ....................... Norfolk Guy A. Joy ................. 403 N. Humphrey St., Oak Park, Ill. Mrs. Laura Kime Uptegrove ........................... Sidney Lillie M. Leith, Teacher ............................ Fremont Genevieve Maddox, Teacher ....................... Fairfield, Ia. Nina McClure (married) .......................... So. Omaha Mrs. Ida McCoy Burwell ............................. Juniata Eleanor McCune .................................... Julian Mrs. Marguerite McCune Richardson ........... Grand Forks, N.D. "'~']. Burch McGrew .............................. . F ranees H. Meader, Teacher ........................ Fairfield Mrs. Retta L. Meek Dye .............................. Peru D. D. Miles, Stockman .............................. Dorsey Elizabeth M. Meyers, Teacher ................. Pierre, S. D. (}) Anna Moore ..................................... Niobrara "'~'Claude Phillips ................................. . Mrs. Winfred Putney Lathrop ................ Mound Valley, Kan. Mrs. Lulu E. Robb Webber ....................... Fruto, Colo. Eleanor Rodgers, Teacher ............................. Aurora Milton A. Sams, Supt ......................... Pawsuska, Okla. ]. H. Slothower, Supt .............................. Elmwood Samuel ]. Storm .......................... Weatherford, Okla. William I. Taylor .............................. Watson, Mo. Sarah L. Thomas, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Logan Chas. A. Tucker ............................. Rosalia, Wash.' J osephene N. T ynon, Teacher Public Schools .............. Omaha Edward L. Uptegrove, Ranchman ...................... Sidney Mrs. May Watkins Warley .............. 1642 Poplin St., Lincoln Carrie Wurtz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... Lincoln Mrs. Jesta M. York Mapes ............................ Wausa CLASS OF 1898.

Bessie Barbee ........................................ Ashland Mrs. Vera M. Barden Batchddor .................... Verda, La. "'~'Deceased.


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Matilda L. Berg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln (?) Della Borst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 37th Ave., Seattle, Wash. William H. Bosse, Merchant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bloomfield Mrs. Lola M. Brookhart Woodman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cheyenne, Wyo. Robert Campbell, Ranchman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marmath, N. D. Walter P. Campbell, Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tecumseh Mrs. Anna Canon Lawrence, State House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Alma ]. Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . San Pedro, Col. Serepta A. Crabtree, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 44 Franklin St., Denver Mrs. Aurelia A Crangle Grace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ogden, Utah (?) Charles C. Danforth, Professor State University ........ Berkeley, Ca .. Alice]. Dye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Los Angeles, Cal. Minta Hall, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 15 N. 2 6, Lincoln Maude Harmon, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska City Mary E. Hawkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairfield Lena Henry, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Mrs. Cora Jack Winkelman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wymore Carrie Jensen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dannebrog Myrtle McGrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So. Auburn Eliza F. Nelson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shenandoah, Ia. Mrs. Belle Parkhurst Elder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rocky ford, Colo. Sadie F. Ranson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Everett, Wash. Mrs. Laura E. Reynolds Manning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F ruto, Col. Charles Richardson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a • • • • • • • • Columbus (?) Mrs. Helen E. Spencer Cunningham .. Seattle, Wash., 413 15th N. Ave. Mary A. T ynon, Asst. Librarian, State Normal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru Mrs. Ida B. Wade Bloomingdale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska City W. W. Waters, Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Columbus Homer Watt, Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. Loydminister, Alberta, Can.

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)essie Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stromsburg Mabel B. Beattie, Asst. Librarian U. of N ................. Lincoln Kate Boyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln ( ? ) Minnie S. Buchanan , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gordon (?) Margaret Burrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln ). F. Carnahan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (?) L. A. Carnahan, Com. College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (?) Columbus Mrs. Bessie Carpenter Richards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tarkio, Mo. Clifford N. Catlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clifton, Ariz. Warren B. Catlin, Professor ........ : ...... Bowdin College, Maine Mabel A. Cheney, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sioux City, Ia. Clyde H. Filley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Ada R. Gibson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln


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Mrs. Florence D. Gibson Conkle ......... ..... No. 27th St., Lincoln Kate M. Gilman ..... .... ..... . . . 315 W. 15th St., North Platte ~Maude R. Glass .. .... ...... ....... ............ . Mrs. Ella J. Hartley Rinker, Teacher Gov. School. ........... P. I. Eugene Howe, Merchant ................ .. W eathersford, Okla. Ella J. Huston, Roach & Fowler Pub. Co . . ......... Kansas City, Mo. Edward E. James, Druggist ............................. Stella Anna V. Jennings, Librarian State Normal. ... .. .......... Kearney Fannie Moore ... ... ........ ..... ... ...... .... Rockport, Mo. Laura E. Moore ...... .. ..... .... ............. Rockport, Mo. Mrs. Nora M. Moore Griffiths ......................... Preston Emma E. Morrell . ...... ........... . ...... .. ....... Palmyra Mrs. Ina N. Orcutt French ........................ Olathe, Colo. Alfred S. Redfern . ... ..... . ................ Evanston, Ill 0) C. E. Reynolds, Banker ...................•••.•.. Rising City Turner 0. Rinker, Teacher. ...... .. ............... Manila, P. I. Katherine M. Shepherd ............................. Holdrege Sada E. Shives, Teacher .. . .. .. . ... . ... .......... Parker, S. D. Maren Smith .................................... Springfield Samuel B. Snyder . .. ................................. Peru Mrs. Lora E. Townsley Potterfield .... ...... .......... Sidney, Ill. Vern D. Vance, Phpsician ....................•......... Peru John C. Watt, Farmer .......................... Burnah, Okla. Coral White (married) ............. . ................... (?) Grace M. Will, Teacher .. t • • • . • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bradshaw Bernice M. Wort, Teacher Public Schools ................. Lincoln CLASS OF 1900.

Charles N. Alden .......................•.......... Lincoln Henry L. Barrick, Revenue Inspector ................ Manila, P. I. William R. Buchanan, Lawyer ... .. ............ (?) Clinton, Okla. Eugenia Carson ................................. 0) Omaha Clara Dean, Teacher ........... 13 7 N. Soto St., Los Angeles, Cal. Ida Gibb ...................................... Staplehurst Mrs. Jessie A. Hennig Learning .... ... .............. Greeley, Col. Cora Hill, Student U. of N .. ... ........................ Lincoln Arthur James, Armour Pkg. Company ............ Los Angeles, Cal. Minnie Key Phinney ........................... Wallace, Idaho Mrs. Susie Locker Fuqua ............................ Benkelman Eugene Maxey, M. E. Minister> ........................ Palmyra Mary McGrew, Teacher . .......................... . . Auburn W. B. Metcalf, Farmer .....................•...... Scottsbluff ~Deceased.


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Mary Moore ..... .. . . .............................. Alma Edith S. Moses ...... . ........... . .................. Wayne Julia Pittam .......................... 542 N. 12th St., Lincoln Mrs. Margaret Reid Harry, .. . ..... . ...... . . .. Great Fails, Mont. William Shuman, Attorney . ........ . .. ... .... . . .. . North Platte Lena Smith .... .. . .. .. .. .. . ... .......... . . . .. . Corning, Cal. Mrs. Elzada Standley Pool. .... . ......... . ..... . .. .. . Burwell Mary Steuteville .................. .. ............. Brownville Pearl Stevenson ... . ...................... . . . .. .. . . .. Aurora Bennett M. Stone, Col. Buffalo Pitts Co.......... . .. Wichita, Kan. Esther A. Terry ................. . . . ........... . . Silver Creek Henrietta Winquest, Teacher ..... 624 East Lynne St., Seattle, Wash. Josephine Win quest. .... . ........ 3 156 Silver St., Centralia, Wash. Luella Worick, Bookkeeper State Normal. ................... Peru Alice E. York, Teacher. . . ..................... University Place CLASS OF 1901.

-l'Mrs. Nina Bonam Buckley ................... . .... . W. W. Buckley, Business Col. Teacher ...... . ........... . .. York Mrs. Edith Carpenter Fowler ... . ........ . ........ . ..... Lincoln Mrs. Nell R. Cole Pollard ................ 2962 Pacific St., Omaha F. L. Crowley . . ............ . ..................... Newcastle Mrs. Addie Dean Howell ... . ........ . ..... : . ......... Fairbury ]. C. Dillon, Minister ................................. Butte W A. Dobson ..... . . . .. . ........................ Bridgeport L. W. Fike, Supt.............. ¡.............. ( ? ) Albion, Ida. Hattie 1. Fink, Teacher H. S........ . ............ Fort Dodge, Ia. Mrs. Mattie W. Flinn Young ...................... .. ... Lincoln Flora M. Gregory, Teacher ........................... Bancroft Everett Hanel ..................................... Trenton Elizabeth Hawby, Student Boston School of Oratory ..... Boston, Mass. A. E. Hildebrand, Supt ............................. Hooper Grace F. Hooper, Teacher H. S.......................... Crete Mrs. Nellie Harn Criss ........................... Dallas, S. D. C. E. Humphreys .......... . .................... Dennison, Ia. Alice 1. Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Springfield Grace M. 1ohnson ................................... Kimball Murrie M. 1ohnson, Teacher ....................... North Platte Ella Johnston ...................................... Oxford Mrs. Bertha Lash Blake .............................. Auburn Lucy E. Learning ............... 321 Melville Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. Jessie Mahoney ........................... Sheridan, Wyo. (?) -l'Deceased.


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Mrs. Leah A. Mark Stauffer ........................... Omaha Erwin Martin ........................................ Mead Patty F. Matthews (married) .......................... Auburn W. D. McCune ................ 512 Studio Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Mary McFarlane Dobson ......................... Bridgeport Anna B. McKercher ............................ Valentine (?) Mae Metcalf ....................................... Aubutu ]. W. Milles, Y. M. C. A ............................ Omaha Mrs. Edna E. Mitton Sharp ..................... '...... Panama Mrs. Ala Neville Mills .................. 151 7 S. 11th St., Lincoln Minnie M. Osten berg .......................... Fort Dodge, Ia. Clara M. Pense ................................... Chadron "'Charles H. Radcliffe ............................ . Rhoda M. Reed ................... 11 05 Grant Ave., New York Mrs. M. Grace Sheppard Weitzel. ....................... Albion Mrs. Dollie G. Shrauger Gilland ..................... Humboldt Mi!Ecent M. Slaby ................................. McCook Mrs. Mabel L. Smith Jack, 18th St., Wes Ave. C. B. & Q. Ry., Chicago Mary L. Spencer .............................. Seattle, Wa~h. W. T. Stevenson, Farmer, R. F. D ....................... Auburn Frank Stockton, Farmer ......................... Rising City (?) Mrs. Grace M. Timmerman Care ........................ Edgar Mrs. ]essie G. Van Camp Walker ....................... Tamara Cora Wilson ..................................... Niobrara CLASS OF 1902.

Clara L. Alden .............................. Lawrence, Mich. Mrs. K. E. Barnes, Linn ........................... So. Auburn Mrs Winnie E. Bell Klahm ............................ Hebron N. A. Bengston, Professor U. of N ............... Station A. Lir.coln Jennie B. Bridenbaugh .............................. Coleridge Mabel L. Bridges, Teacher Public Schools ................. Lincoln C. W. Buckley, Pres. York Bus. College ...... 514 Lincoln Ave., York Lois Butt .................................... Nampa, Idaho Mrs. Irene Cowan Garett ........ 5 149 A F airmontase, St. Louis, Mo. Mary ]. Cowan .................................... Norfolk Nettie Cowan .................................. Yates Center Myrtle M. Dewey ......... ¡......................... Osceola Mrs. Ethel M. Dye ] orn .......................... Seneca, Kan. Florence Dye ................................... Seneca, Kan. Augusta E. Eisenmann, Teacher .............. ......... Butte, Neb. Mary A English .................................... Inland '~'Deceased.


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"'Clara F ergison .. ... ..... .. . . ...... .. . .. . . . . .. . . . Fred H: Fisher . . . .. ... . . . . ...... . .... ..... .. . .. .. . Swanton Mrs. Martha L. Goode! Walton . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . ... . Fallbrook, Cal. Mrs. Bertha A. Haug Hayman ........... .... . .. .. . G rand Island Bertha A. Henderson, Science, H. S ... . . . . . . ..... . . . Nebraska City Mrs. Hattie M . Holcomb Stevenson, R. F. D . . .... . .. . ..... Auburn W. H. Hutchison, Farmer . . . .. . . ...... . .. ..... ...... . ... P eru Mattie E . Ingoldsby . ..... . .. . . . ... . . . .. .. . . . . . N ewman Grove Lillian D . ] ames . .......... . ... . .... . . .. .......... . .. Yo rk William G. ] ames, Farmer . ... . .. . .. . . . .... . .... . ... . . Dawson Alice F. ]ewell Warnick . ......... . .. . .................. P eru Sarah C. J ewell . ...... . . . . . .. . ....... . ............... P eru S. E. Jewell , F armer ... . . . . . .... . ...... .. .. . . . ...... . C hester Edith Kinsman .. . .... . .... . ......... . .. 112 2 5th Ave., Omaha Anna C. Knutzen .. . ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kearney Mrs. Christina L. L arson Brewick ... .. . . .. . .. .. . . .. Blanchard, I a. Chas. E. M cVay, Evangelist. . ..... . .............. . .... H ardy R. Mae Medley, T eacher ...... . .. . ........... ......... U lysses F. ]. Munday, Student U. of N . .................. . ..... Lincoln Winifred E. N eff .... . ... . ....... . .. . ...... . .... . . Plainview Lavinia Nelson . ............... . . . ... . . . .... . . . ....... Odell Mrs. Frances A. Pense Carper . .. ... .. ..... . . . . ... L ebanon, S. D. Ella P ettibone .. . ................ . ... . ........... . . . Albion Mrs. Ada A. Phelan Fisher .. . ..... .. . . . ... ... . . V isula, Cal. (?) W. W. Ray, Comemrcial Traveler ... . .. . .... .. . .. . .. Grand Island Emil R. Schiemann . . ....... .. . .. ..... . , . . . ......... O akdale Ursula Schmidt ... . . . .. . .. .. ..... .... ... . . ....... . . . Omaha Zelia G. Sears . . .. . ... ... . ... . .. . . . .. . .......... .. Rushville Mrs. Mary M. South Musselmann .... . . . ... . ... G ordon C ity, K ans. Helen Stolla . . . . . . . ..... . .......... . .... . .. .. P alo Alto, Cal. Bessie A. Stull .. . . ....... ... . ... . ......... . . . Boise City, Ida. Louise T ynon ...... ... . .. . . .. .. .... .. .. ... . . ... . ... . Peru Margaret T ynon .. . ........ . ...... .. .. . .. ... .. .... . .. .. Peru Emma I. Wilkins . . ... . ..... .. . . .. ... . .. . . .. . ... . . . . F airfield Nannie D. Wilkinson .. . . . ...... .. . . . . ...... .. . ...... Auburn Cyrus V. Williams, Professor Wesleyan Uni .. . . ..... University Place Mrs. Zelia Williams Miller, .. .. ........ .. . 1803 Locust St. , Omaha Mrs. Agnes A. Wunner Price . .. .. . . .. .... .. .. . . . ... . ... Albion CLASS OF 1903.

Eva A. Allison, Prin. Dept. Eng .... . . 424 N. Vine St. , Guthrie, Okla. M. Edith Anderson . . . ... ............ . 4818 Capitol Ave, Omaha "'Deceased.


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Anna A. Bartos, Teacher Public Schools ................... Omaha Katherine M. Boellstroff, (married) ................. : . .. Aurora Pauline A. Boellstroff, (married) .......................... Peru Mrs. W. S. Meyer Bostder, Teacher .................. Lodge Pole Geo. D. Carrington, Smith Mfg. Co................... Indianapolis Bessie E. Carter, (married) ............................ Wilcox Vina ]. Dalton Witchelmore ....... R. F. D. No. 10, Springfield, Mo. ·Mrs. Mae E. Davis Russell .......................... Maywood Elizabeth Davis .............................. University Place W. H. Davis, Farmer .............................. Maywood F. Merle Davidson, (married) ....................... Dorchester Bertha Downing, Teacher ............................. Beaver City Ira W. Dye, Machinist ....................... East Pittsburg, Pa. Rachel Fairchild, Teacher Wayne Normal. ................ Wayne AnnaS. Foster, H. S. Teacher ................. Missouri Valley,la. Georgenna Gouley, Teacher .............................. York Mae Graves, (married) ................................. (?) Kathryn Hanting, Teacher ............... 52 Military Ave., Omaha Mayme E. Jackson, Teacher ........................... Lincoln Ella James, Teacher ................................. Dunbar Mrs. Bertha B. Lorance Hartley ........................ Harvard Mrs. Bessie B. Lorance Wilson ..................... Crab Orchard Lillie M. Jewell, Teacher .............................. Hooper John F. Johnson, Farmer ............................. Shickley Marie Johnson, Teacher ................................ Edgar Mrs. Hazel D. Joy Avery ............................. Lincoln Sadie C. Joy, Teacher .............................. Randolph Mrs. Katherine Keckley Clark ............................ York Mrs. Amy M. Kleckner Jack ....................... Minneapolis Bertha L. Ley, Teacher ................................ Stanton Amelie Martens, Teacher .......................... Plattsmouth Roxey McGrew, Teacher H. S .......................... Auburn Olive J. McGuire, Teacher ............... 873 N. 26th St., Lincoln M. M. Murphy, Principal Business Col............... Seattle, Wash. Clare Nichols, Teacher .............................. Kearney Pearl Nichols, Teacher ..............•................ Kearney Eva G. Norton, Teacher ....•••..••••••. 4114 Cuming St., Omaha Mrs. Pearl Pettit Hollenbeck .........•.......... University Place Hattie Pickard, Teacher ................ .4083 Charles St., Omaha Alice M. Purington, Teacher .......•..•.••......•...... Wilcox Edith W. Purington, Teacher .••........... Port Townsend, Wash. Katherine A. Roddy, Teacher ..................... Nebraska City Matilda M. Rosengren, Teacher .............•...... Cedar Bluffs


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Mabel L. Sheeley (married) ............................. (?) S. Katherine Tawney, Teacher ............................ Pierce Winifred Taylor .................................. Falls City Julia A Terry, Teacher ......................... Langdon, N. D. Robert Thompson, Principal .......................... Orchard Bessie Waterman, Teacher ............... 1726 S. 28th St., Omaha Eleanor M. Wheeler ................................. Schuyler Mary E. Wilkins, Teacher. ................... , ....... Fairfield CLASS OF 1904.

Iva L. Beck, Teacher Public Schools ..................... Lincoln Mrs. Wilhelmina C. Blessing Fishburn .. 1138 S. Ave., Williamsburg, Pa. Nellie Brigham, Teacher ............................... Shelby Mary Crawford, Professor State Normal .................. Kearney 1t'Grace A. Dean ................................ . Anna E. Ehlers, H. S. Teacher ........................... York Mrs. Edna E. Fairchild V acey .......................... Albion Florence Fairchild ..................................... Peru Fred H. Fisher, Principal. ............................ Shickley G. G. Gilbert, Farmer ................................. Brock Grace Griffith, Teacher ............................. Randolph Ethel E. Hanks, Student Chicago University ................ Chicago Carrie E. Hesseltine ................................... Peru Katherine R. Hicks, Professor State Normal ............... Kearney Helen M. Hitte, Kg. Director. .......................... Omaha Mayme A Househoulder, Teacher ..................... Ames, Ia. Ethel Kennedy ................................... Brownville May Kirkpatrick, Teacher .............................. Lomax It' Bertha M. D. Knight ............................ . Earl E. Lackey, Prof. State Normal. .................... Wayne Susie A Lamb, Teacher ............................. Tecumseh Mrs. Lulu McCartney Bancroft ......................... Omaha Mary McCune ...................................... Julian Hulda V. Maim, Teacher ............................. Weston Florence F. Martin, Teacher ........................... Harvard Luella K. Mason, Teacher ........................... Columbus ¥Mabel Merrick .................•................ Louie F. Murphy, Teacher ...•...................... ...... York Mamie R. Mutz, Art Training Teacher State Normal. ......... Peru Eva M. T atcliffe, Teacher ...••....•........•.......... Paxton Mrs. Emily A Redford Good ....•••••....•....... Hamburg, Ia. Forrest]. Dodabaugh ............... ; ......... Kansas City, Mo. "'Deceased.


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Margaret Sears ...................................... Clarks Harriet M. Smith, Teacher. .......... I 002 N. 22d St., So. Omaha Laurene Steven, Teacher. ........... I 703 Mass St., Lawrence, Kan. W. S. Stoddard, Professor. ........... 112 7 12th St., Boulder, Colo. Nellie B. Williams, Teacher ............................ Valley CLASS OF 1905.

Percy Adams, Head Master Military Academy .............. Lincoln Nona B. Armstrong, (married) .......................... Clarks Thomas B. Beall ..................................... Diller Mary E. Beacher, Teacher ............ 3618 Lafayette Ave., Omaha Frank G. Bixby, Supt. ............................... Blue Hill Luella Blackstone, Teacher ........................... Tekamah Elva Shields Borders, Teacher. ........... 2025 Euclid Ave., Lincoln Bessie M. Brenizer, Teacher ............................ Bennett Ada E. Corbitt, Teacher ................................ Crete Mrs. Vashti N. Cornell T ynon ............................ Peru Jennie L. Dexter .................................... Clarks Mrs. Winifred Dustin Barth ............................ Omaha Augusta Frerichs, Teacher H. S .................... Seattle, Wash. Elsie A Gray, Student University ....................... Lincoln Fred W. Hallett, Supt ................................ Gibbon Lucy H. Hammond, Teacher ......................... Randolph Blanche Harmon, Teacher ............................. Auburn May M. Heacock, Teacher. ........................ Springfield D. Evelyn Hesseltine, Teacher ........................ Tecumseh ] oseph L. Hicks, Farmer ............................... Farnam Mrs. Olive Horn Trumbull .............. 1154 E. 62d. St., Chicago Benj. B. Hurst, Farmer ......................... Westboro, Mo. Macy S. Hurst, T ::acher ........................ Westboro, Mo. Mary Anne ] ames, Teacher .... . ................. . ...... Stella Madge Kay ... ¡......... . ....................... Broken Bow Rose Liala .. . ....................................... Beatrice Marion F. Livingston, Teacher H. S .................. Nebraska City E. L. Mallalieu, Teacher ............................. Beatrice E. W. Marcellus, Supt. ................................ Crete Emma M. Marquardt. ................................ Avoca ]essie ]. McAndrew, Teacher. ....................... Ainsworth Frank L. MeN own, Supt........................... South Bend ]. S. Miller, Principal .... .. ........................ Bennington Sylvia A Miller, Teacher ............................. Tobias Edith 0. Montgomery . . ................................ Firth Grace E. Munson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Place Mrs. Lillian D. Neal Pagelor . . ................... . ..... Omaha


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Lulu Pasco, Teacher .. .... .. . . ... . .. .. . . . . ... . ... . .. Fairbury Clark Phillips, Medic. Student Uni. of Omaha . . ...... .. .... Omaha Ethel ]. Purington, Teacher . .. . .. . ... ... . .. .. .. ..... (?) Clarks T. L. Richardson .. .. . . .. . ..... .. ....... .. . .. .... . . ... Brock Maude A Roys, Teacher .. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. . ... .. . ... . Axtell Wilber W. Sim . . .. ... . .. .. . .. . . .. .. . . ... . .. .. Nebraska City Mrs. Susie Belle Strong Dearmy ... . . ... . . ... . . . . ..... .. Colorado Mrs. Alta ]. Strong Gash . . .. . ... . .. . . . . . . . ... ... .. Wilsonville Mary E. Strunk, Teacher . .. .. ... .. . . . .. .. ......... Artesia, Arz. John S. Suva . .. . ......... . ... . . .. . . .... . ...... (?) Lincoln Maude E. Teagarden Bardo .. ... . 121 N. 2d St., Arkansas City, Kan . Ruth E. Templin, Teacher Public School .... . ... ... . Council Bluffs ]essie L. Thayer, Teacher . . ... .. ... . ....... ... . . . .. . . . Omaha Blanche V. Toland, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . Aurora Addie Trumbull . . .. . .. . . .... . ......... ... ... .... . . Hildreth Rose A. T ynon .. . . .. . .... . . . . . ... . . . ..... . . . ......... Peru Edna G. Walworth, Teacher .. . ...... ..... . 2 11 6 Wirt St., Omaha Mrs. Helen L. Walworth Hurst ....... . .... . .. ... .. . Hamburg, Ia. Maude Watkins ...... . ..... .... ..... ....... .. Douglas, Wyo. Mrs. Helen M. Watt Plantz .... .. ..... . . . . ........ .. . Rushville Ethelyn West, (married) ... . ... . ... ¡... . ... ... .. . ... . California Alma E. Westgate . ... .... . . . . .. . . . .... . ... . .. .. . .. St. Paul Verna C. Whisler, Student University ... . . ... 502 N. 26th St., Lincoln Ethel M. Williamson, Teacher. . . ... ... .. . ... . . . . . . . .. . . Albion Allura L. Woodbury, Teacher . .. . .. . .... ........ . . .... St. Paul Ada M. Wood .. ... ... . .. .. ... . . . ....... .. .... . David City Mary A. Wilson, Teacher ... . ... . . .. .. ....... .. ... .... Overton May L. York ... .. . .. .. . .- . . . ..... ... . ........ . ... Havelock Mrs. Effie E . Zimmerman Williamson .. . . . . . .. .. ... . Berthoud, Colo. CLASS OF 1906.

Hope Abbott Dorland . . . ..... . . . . .... ..... . .. . . .. ( ? ) Florida Willa Adams .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .... .... . . .. .. . Los Angeles, Cal. Mae Alderson, Teacher Public Schools .. ... . . ... 1429 R St., Lincoln Mrs. Lydia Barnes Dressler. . .... . ...... 2611 Fowler Ave., Omaha Harry Beck, Teacher ... . ... .. ... ... . ... . .. .. ... . ... California Bessie Bedell, Teacher . . .. . ........................ . . . Benson Ethel Blake, Student University ... . . . . . ........... .. .... Lincoln Ethel Blank, Principal ...... . . . . .. . .. . . ... . . . . . . . ... . . Anoka Maude A Boyd .. . ..... . ........ . . . . . .... . . . : Alamasa, Colo. ]. H. Broderson, Instructor University of K ansas .... . ..... .'" L awrence Mrs. Kittie Carlyle Lloyd . . ..... .. . .. . . .... . ... .. .. North Platte Allen ]. Carman . .. ... .. ............. . ... . ........ . ... P eru Harriett Carter ....... .. ...... . .... . . . ........ . ....... C ook


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lone Chapell, Teacher ............................... Nor folk Gaile Cochran, Teacher ............................ David City Mary A Cockerill, H. S. Teacher ......................... Ohio Daisy Dean, Teacher ................................. Wahoo May Dunten ....................................... Denton W. T. Davis, Supt. ............................... Beaver City Emma Eggenberger, Teacher .......................... Hastings N annie Edwards, Teacher High School. .................... Cook Elsie Fisher, Teacher ................................. Omaha George N. Foster, Attorney .................... Kansas City, Mo. Floyd W. Gail, Student U. of N ......................... Lincoln Julius Gilbert, Real Estate ................. ·............. Johnson Aida L. Gray, Teacher H. S ........................... Hooper Irma Grimes, Teacher. ............................... Blue Hill Magdalena C. Gueck, Teacher ...................... Le Mars, Ia. Emma Hanthorne, Student University ..................... Lincoln Grace C. Haag, Student ......................... Parkville, Mo. Camma C. Hall, Teacher ............................. Verdon Gertrude M. Hanks, Teacher ......................... Arlington Grace Harmon, Teacher ......................... Nebraska City Clifford Hendricks, Professor State Normal. .................. Peru Anna Hinterlong .................................... Minden Winifred House, Teacher Public School .................. Omaha Lola L. Howe ................................... W oodriver Erline J askalek, Teacher ............................... Omaha Flora Jorgensen, Teacher .......................... Meers, S. D. Jennie Joy .......................................... Peru MartinS. Jussel, Student U. of N ............... 1522 S. St., Lincoln Mrs. lima I. Kennedy Bickel ...................... Palisade, Cal. Bertha Kernen, Teacher .............................. Dawson Florence Kessler, Teacher ..... 141 7 Ridenbough St., Boise City, Idaho Rose A. Langly ..................................... Lincoln George E. Lee, Supt. ............................... Culbertson May Leetham, Postoffice Clerk ......................... St. Paul Elva Larowe, Teacher ............................ Nebraska City Ada C. Leonard, Teacher ........................ ." .. Wakefield Lorena J. Lewis, Teacher ............................. Tobias B. H. Liebers, Farmer ................................ Minden V etta L. Loy, Teacher .............•................ Wymore Bessie Manuel, Teacher ....................... ; ...... St. Paul Clara Marquardt, Teacher ........•...•.............. Havelock Caroline Marriott, Teacher .......................... Wakefield Mrs. Ella Marshall Amrine ..........••.......... Champaign, Ill.


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Maud Mollyneaux, Teacher ....................... North Platte William E. McConnell, Student Uni ........... 1421 Elm St., Lincoln Alice McCracken, Teacher ........................... St. Paul Jennie McDowell, Teacher ............ 3029 Manderson St., Omaha Bernice McHeron, Teacher ............................ Pender Menie McKechnie, Teacher ........ 559 Brock Ave., Toronto, Ontario Beatrice Metcalf, Teacher ............................ Fair bury Valma MooreHead, Clerk ............................. Albion Lida Murtagh, Teacher Public Schools ................... Omaha Charles Otradovec, Supt. ............. ' ............ Platte Center Mae E. Palmer, Teacher .................. 4256 12th St., Lincoln W. H. Patchin, Professor State Normal .......... Bellingham, Wash. Hallie Pettibone, Teacher .............................. Albion Mrs. Emily W. Peterson Kimble ............. : ...... Nevada, Ia. Vanche Plumb, Teacher .............. 985 1Oth St., Boulder, Colo. H. H. Reimund, Supt .............................. Crawford Edith Raney, Teacher ............................. Red Cloud Robert Ray ....................................... Columbus John E. Ray, County Supt. ............................ Geneva Frank Reinsch, H. S. Teacher .......................... Lincoln Ethyl Rogers, Teacher. .................. 4 340 Maple St., Omaha Mrs. F ranees M. Scott Reimund ....................... Crawford Mrs. Phebe Sheppard Ray .......................... Columbus Ruth Strong, Teacher .......... ....................... Auburn Mabel Thompson, Teacher ............................. Edgar Lida K. Turner, Teacher Public Schools ................. Lincoln Almeda ]. Ward ................................... St. Paul G. H. Williams, Law School Uni ....................... Lincoln Hattie Williams, Teacher ....................... ~ .. Wood River Yerle G. Williams, Teacher. ............. 2509 Emmet St., Omaha Bertha Wilson, Student Cotner Uni ..................... Bethany Charles E. Weigand, Civil Engineer ................. Wardner, Ida. Alice Wright, H. S. Teacher. ........................ Lexington CLASS OF 1907.

Agnes Askamit, Teacher .............................. Prague Lillian Allen ................................... North Bend C. G. Ammon, County Supt ........................... Bassett Elda F. Bacon, Teacher .........•............... Crab Orchard Ada M. Bahner, Teacher .................... Coulee City, Wash. Mrs. Lorena Beeb~ .................... 4302 N. 36th St., Omaha C. E. Benson, Student U. of N ......................... Lincoln Abi Beynon, H. S. Prin ............•....•.......•.. Loup City Lucy Blankenship, Teacher ........................•.... Edgar


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George W. Blessing, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruskin Ruth Brandt, Teacher, Public Schools .................... Lincoln W. G. Brooks, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Idaho F. D. Brooks, Baker University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kansas E. S. ]. Buckles, H. S Principal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Havelock Laura Burgess, T eac~1er . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rising City Bess Burritt, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alliance Elizabeth Carhart, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ·..... Ashland Edith Catchpole, Uni Student. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Marie Chambers, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West P:Jint C. E. Claar, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynch Cora Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reserve, Kas. Ruby Clark (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reserve, Kas. Earl Cline, Law Student Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Anna Cogill, Teacher Public Schools ........... 3220 S. St., Lincoln Gertrude Coon, Teacher H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red Cloud Anna De Boer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... West Point Carrie M. Dietrich, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . Gothenburg ·Grace W. Dillon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Bessie Dunham, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adams Rosa Dunlap, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ulysses W. L. Dun ten, Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tripp County, South Dakota Mrs. Helen L. Dysart Penny (Mrs. C. M.) ................ Lincoln Lettie Eby, Teacher (Public Schools) .................... Omaha Vivian Elarth, Teacher Wahoo Academy .................. Wahoo Grace Erwin, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steel City Elizabeth Fearon, Teacher Public Schools .................. Omaha Margaret F edde, H. S. Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Benson Minnie Frahm, Teacher ............................. West Point C. Ray Gates, Principal, H. S ........................... Blair Lena S. Gabriel, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cedar Bluff1 Nan Gabriel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wahoo Albert Gilbert, State Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Eva Gilbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brock Ida M. Gratz (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynch Earl Hadsell, Machant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Verdigree Sylvia R. Hampton, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wes.~rn Rena Haney, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elkhorn Calla Hanks, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgetown Faye Hanks, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Callaway Minnie Hays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn L. H. Henderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn Ella M. Hehnke, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . St. Edward


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Ozola Harmon, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wakefield Benjamin Harrison, Student State Uni .................... Lincoln Katherine Hepperlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BeatriceCaroline Homelius, Teacher Public School. . .. 2218 S. 28th St., Omaha Clara Hosterman .... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Brownville '"Katherine Hudson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ . Grace Hughes (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ceresco Et~el Hummel, Student Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Floy Hummel, Student Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln E. K. Hurst, Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fails City Mrs. Calista Hurst Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shickley Anna C. ] ames, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 14 S. 40th St., Omaha Vesta James, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Springs Addy Jones, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rosalia, Wash. Ida J ohmon, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .. Alli<.nce Mary Jo1mson, T~acher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 710 N. 24th St., Lincoln Layette Kinney, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wymore G~orge E. Knoll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crete L. ]. Knoll, Student U. of N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Gm~ie Koehler, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hastings C. M. Kohler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prague Mrs. Mae Ko!-:ler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... ...... Prague Mrs. Myrtle Krebs Hicks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... : .. Scotia Bernice Kruse, Teacher .. ........ .... ............ ... Creighton Mrs. Laura Kruse (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creighton Mrs. Crene Kulp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wymore MaSelle Kinnear, Teacher .......... . ... . ..... . ........ Omaha Margarete Lambart, H. S. T eachp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . Norfolk Adah Lonneker, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Madison Cecelia N. Lyons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omaha Josephine Loomis (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crete Yirgir.ia Loudermilch, Public Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omaha Lenora Lawrence (married) .............. .... .. .... .... Berlin Alice LeMasters, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creighton E. A Linger, Student Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Theola Linn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..,, ..... North Bend Eliza)eth Maxwell, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . .¡ .. 3223 R. St., Lincoln Emile M.ib, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohiowa Marie Machin, Teacher .............. Caguas, P . R., 55 Teutan St. John Magar, Farmer .................................... Peru Mrs. Gladys Majors Gale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Mary E. Mann, Teacher Public Schor.:s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln "'Deceased.


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Minnie McAdams, Teacher. ........................... Tilden Ellen McClung .................................... Beatrice Alice McGavock, Teacher ............................. A~rora R. R. McGee, Supt ................................ Syracuse ]. C. Mitchell, Principal H. S ......................... Hastings Marie McArdle .................................... Omaha Eunice Munson, Teacher ......................... Medford, Ore. Myrtle Neff ....................................... Haigler Carrie Neidermeyer, Teacher .......................... Alliance Dessie N oil, Teacher ................................... Ord William N oil, Teacher ................................. Ord Bessie Noyes, Student U. of N ......................... Lincoln Florence Nye, Student Uni ............................ Lincoln Ida B. Ohlson, Teacher ............................... Pilger Bertha Oleson ...................................... Cozad C. M. Penney, Dept. St. Supt. ................. '........ Lincoln Cyrus G. Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... Florida Pearl Pope, Teacher .............................. Red Cloud Coita Port as, Teacher ................................. Lyons Flora Purington, Teacher .......................... Table Rock Calista Payne, Teacher .............................. Callaway Bertha Range, Student U. of N ............. 120 I Rose St., Lincoln Estella Reid, Teacher ............................... Fair bury ] ennie Ritchie, Teacher ............................... Naper Rhova Rogge ....................................... Burr Iva Rutledge ...................................... Lincoln Ellen M. Sattler, Teacher .......................... Plattsmouth Fay Schneitman, Teacher ............................. McCook M. W. Ryan ...................................... Adams Maud Sims, Teacher ............................ Nebraska City Pearl Shaneyfelt, Teacher ............................ Havelock Laura Augusta Shepherd, Teacher ....••............... Marquette Mary K. Smith, Teacher, Pub. School ............... Sioux City, I a. Sarah Z. Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . . . ..... Lincoln Roy Smith, Farmer ..........•........•......... Blanchard, Ia. Bertha Taylor (married) ....•..•••................... Lincoln Elbert Taylor, Prin ...........•....•. ·............... Bethany Anna Thee, Teacher ......•...•.........••.......... Ohiowa Mrs. Grace Tolhurst Blessing ......•............• ; ...... Ruskin Millye Tubbs, Teacher ........••••..........•....... Beatrice Macie L. Varner, Teacher .........••................ Hum bolt Cora Wade, Teacher ......••.....•.••.......•..... Alexandria Pearl W agey, Teacher . . . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . . . . . . . Cambridge


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Lillith Waggener, Teacher . .. .. .... .. ........... . .. . Humboldt Mrs. Lillie Wahlstrom ] ohnson .... . ... ......... .... ... .. Wahoo Jessie Wass, Teacher ................ .... 3 2 0 1 Marcy St., Omaha Ula Waterhouse {married) ...... .. ..... ... .. .... .... Columbus Carrie Wheldon, Teacher .......................... Wood River Jessie Wheeler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ] ohnson C. F. White, Supt .................. ..... .. . ........ Trenton Olive Wilkinson, Student ...................... . .. Greeley, Colo. A. ]. Wickland, Student .............................. Lincoln ]. A Woodward, Supt ...................... .... .... Havelock D.]. Young, Principal H. S ............. . . . .. . .. ..... . Wahoo CLASS OF 1908.

Mary ]. Anderson, Teacher ....... .......... ....... .... Seward Nannie Ammon, Teacher ........................ Stratton, Colo. Chas. E. Berkey, Supt. ........................... . ... Edgar Frank A Boose ........................... San Marical, N. M. E. R. Burkey, Supt ........................... Lake City, Colo. Edna Beach, Teacher ............................ Broken Bow Ethel Berry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tekamah Grace Berry ................................. ·. .. .. Tekamah Ada Beynon, Teacher .............................. Fails City Grace Bogardus .................................... Neligh Lucy Bowen, Teacher .. ............................. Nemaha Virginia Byerly ................................... Franklin Mabel Bailor .................................. Blue Springs Blanche Bailor .... . ........................ ... . Blue Springs G. L. Carlson ..................................... Shickley D. L. Carlson, Prin ...................•............. . .. Ong Effie Carlson ...........•.......................... Kimball Effie Carlson ...............•........••............ Kimball Warren S. Cook, Student Uni ...•......••............. . Lincoln Helen F. Cone, Teacher ......••................... .. Ashland E. Vera Craven, T each,er ...•...•............. ·......... Oconto Mrs. Etta Crabtree Moss .............................. Wisner Fannie B. Cross, Teacher •..•.•..................... .. Norfolk Mrs. Elizabeth Currie Dressler ...••.••.................. Friend Ellen Ericson, Teacher . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Wahoo Emily Ericson, Teacher ....•...•.................... Arapahoe Sara E. Dunn, Teacher ....••.•.•....•..•........... ... York Gertrude Easton, Teacher. ~ ..•..•••...•............. Tecumseh August Eggenberger ..........••.•.••.•............. Hildreth Reba Eversole, Teacher . . . . . . . . • . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . Elk Creek Hattie Fight, H. S. Teacher ..•.•...•..•.•.•..•.... Grand Island


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Elsie Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pawnee City Bessie Foster, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blanchard, Ia. Lyla V. French (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Scotts Bluffs Nellie Folsom, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ashland A L. Gash, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wilsonville ]. E. Gibney, Student U. of N . ..... . . ... ... ........... Lincoln Edward R. Gross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Long Pine Myrtle Gelwick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ulysses Alice Gipson .. ............. ........................ Auburn May Glasgow, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............. Western Ivy Glasgow, Teacher ...... ............ .... ... ... Hemingford Ten a M. Gunn, H. S. Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska City Anna Gunn ....... .· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lexington Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson Hesseltine ...................... Curley Leon R. Hill, Supt .... ....... ... .......... ......... Atkinson Edward Hodapp, Student U. of N . . .... ........ ........ Lincoln Lena Hallett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru Inez Hawkins, Teacher .. ........ .. ......... . .. ...... Fairfield Ruth Hamilton, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rawlins, Wyo. John A Hanna, Prin. H. S .. ... .... .... ... ....... ..... Sidney Pearl Hanna, Teacher ............. .. .... . .... ... ..... Valley Stella Harriss, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairbury Sarah M. Herrington, Student. ......................... Lincoln Margaret G. Hickey, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Omaha Mrs. Grace Huff Zink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stuart Letn V. Hutchinson, Teacher ... ......... ... .. ..... Seattle, Wash. Carrie Huston ....... . ..... .. ..... ..... ... .. ......... Peru ]. C. Hesseltine, Ranchman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Curley Anabel Joseph, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wahoo 0. W. ]ames . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Humboldt Martha Kannow . .. ............. .. .. .... ......... .. . Hardy Mattie Kernen, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vernal, Ia. Anna M. Kittredge," Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Martha King, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kimball Mrs. Annie Leeper Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Havelock May Linger, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greenwood Mabel Lonneker, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : .. .. ....... Madison Mrs. Otis Lorance Strickland ... ............ ......... Tecumseh Mrs. Stella Lull Perry ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . Utica G eorge E. Martin, Supt. ...... ... ...... ·......... Nebraska City George P. McGrew, Supt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Silver Creek F. H. Mizera, Student U. of N ... .. . . .. . ... ..... . ...... Lincoln Myrtle McCray, Teacher, Public Schools ........ ·.......... Lincoln


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Julia Mclninch, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn Espe McLean, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fair bury Hilda Miller, Uni. Student ..... · .......... 6117 Ellis Ave., Chicago Byrne Marcellus, Student U. of N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Mattie Mumford, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broken Bow Mollie Moore, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Culbertson C. 0. Cline, Grain Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omaha Grace G. Osten berg ........... · ...................... Leshara Lenora Page (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Randolph Alb~rt Peterson, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reynolds Mabel Peck, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beaver Crossing Hilma Peterson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fair bury Elsie L. Porter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omaha Laura Porter, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wilber Mrs. Carrine Porter Berkey ............................. Edgar Eva Pulver, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Papillion Anna C. Pederson, Teacher ............... . ............ Omaha Burrell ]. Rains, Student Leland Stanford Uni ............ California Bertha Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru Ella Reinhard, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Okmulgee, Okla. Lid a Rewey, Teacher. .................... . ... ( ? ) Washington C. F. Richardson, Farmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brock Ethel Robb, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tecumseh Nellie Rodabaugh, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vernal, Utah Mrs. Jessie Robinson Bisbee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Twin Fails, Ida E. L. Rouse, Professor State Normal ..................... . . Peru Lucia Saxer, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . .. Ong Grace E. Saylors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Verdon Louise Schroeder, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Belvidere Mary Seelig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru May Sharp, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Valley Bien Sheeley, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seward Clara Shires, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W a hoC> Mrs. Adene Sim Newton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dennr, Colo. Bessie Skyrm~. Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobias. Clara Skyrme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobias Pency Skyrme, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobias. Ethel D. Snell, T cacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grafton R. R. Spafford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adams Mrs. Goldia Stanley Kennedy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hasley H. Burr Stapleton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Springfield Lizzie Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru Jessie Sutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stromsburg


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Grace Thayer, Teacher Public School .................... Lincoln Fay Timmerman, Teacher ............................. Hebron ] ennie Tennant, Teacher .............................. Gordon Bessie Washburn, Teacher. ........................... Nemaha Stella Washburn, Teacher ............................ Nemaha Nellie Wynee, Teacher .............................. Belgrade Lena Woodward, Teacher H. S ........ : ............... Western Sarah B. Ware, Teacher .......................... Broken Bow ]. Harold Williams, Student Leland Stanford Uni .......... California Mrs. Evelyn Van Wickie Oline ......................... Omaha Wesley Wilkins." Principal. ... . ..... ... ................ Deshler Esther A. Wallace, Teacher. ........................ Springfield Mildred Wilcox ......... ............................ Omaha Katherine Willis, Teacher .. .. .. ........... .. ........ Springfield G. Maude Y ocam, Teacher ............... . .......... Fails City Fred 0. Zink, Ranchman .............................. Stuart Zola Zion, Teacher ........................ . ........ Harvard Bessie Zink, Teacher .................................. Stuart CLASS OF 1909.

Mildred ] . Anderson, Teacher ......................... Lincoln Rose A. Anderson, Teacher ....................... South Omaha Jeannie A. Anderson, Teacher .......................... Lincoln Ora B. Andrews ..... ... ........................... Syracuse Dora E. Andrus, Teacher ............................ Fairbury Tillie C. Anderberry, Student Uni ....................... Lincoln Grace R. Barbee, Teacher ............................ Syracuse Thomas A. Barackman, Supt .......................... Cortland May Barnes, Teacher .............................. Callaway Walter Bagley, Supt ................... ... ......... Oklahoma Hazel C. Beck, Teacher ............................ California B. R. Bedell, Teacher ............................... Norfolk Harrison I. Berkey, Teacher .......................... Colorado Walter L. Best, Business ............................... Chadron E. 0. Blackstone .......... ; .......................... Pilger Agnes M. Blank .... . .... . ....... . ................ Creighton Mabel Bowen, Teacher .............................. Norfolk Ennis Boyer, Teacher .. .... . ........... . ........... Valentine Fern Bradbury Knoll ................. ¡ ............ Guide Rock Bernice Brown ................................... Randolph , Ella M. Buckendorf, Teacher. ..................... Wood River ] ames ]. Byrne, Teacher .............................. Greeley Capitola Campbell, Teacher ........................ Central City Eleanor D. Carpenter, Teacher ......................... Alliance


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I. F. Cartney ........................ .. ......... Battle Creek Cora Chittenden, Teacher ................ ...... . . ...... Cozad Lydia Christensen ............................... Thurman, I a. Nemaha L. Clarke, County Supt ......... . .... . ..... .... Auburn Stella M. Clark, Teacher ............. . .......... . ... Fair bury A M. Clark, Supt ............ . .. .... .... ... ....... Montana Richard E. Cole, Student Creighton Uni . . . ............ ... Omaha Grace A. Colson, Teacher ....... ..... ........... . ..... Merna Grace Countryman, Teacher ........................... Stanton Margaret Davis, Teacher ............ ... ... . ..... .. Dakota City Ruth Davis, Teacher ....................... ... ...... Beatrice Nellie E. Davison, Teacher ........ . . . .......... ...... Nemaha Winnie E. Delzell ............................ University Place A. Mary Dittmer .................................... Minden Alice Dobbs, Teacher ............. . ................. Beatrice Nellie C. Dorsey, Teacher ....... .. ........ . . ..... ... Havelock D. S. Domer, Supt ................................. Campbell Alfa B. Dunham, Teacher .... . ......... ... ....... .. . Valentine Margaret Dunlap .............. .. . . .. . . .. . .. . ...... . Ulysses Alma A. Eastman, Teacher ... .. ............ ...... Nebraska City James A. Eastwood, Supt .............................. Dillor Olive Eggleston, Teacher ...... . .......... . ............ Wahoo Guy F. Eversole ........................ . . ..... ... Elk Creek Clara Fate, Teacher ........ ..... ...... ......... ..... Geneva Emma Ferguson, Teacher ................. . ........... Harvard Claretta Flack, Teacher ............................... Auburn Ida F ogelstrom Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greenwood Ora E. Fowler, Teacher ............................... Idaho Helen G. France, Principal H . S ................... Beaver Crossing May Frank, Teacher ..... .... .............. .' . ...... . .. York Mrs. Harriet T. Gail, Student ...... ¡....... . . . .......... Lincoln Olga Gereke, Teacher .............................. Crawford Roy H. Giberson, Dairyman ............ ... ............ Fremont Isabelle E. Glover, Teacher .......................... .. Aurora Jewel G. Good, Teacher .............................. Creston Mary Goodrich, Teacher ........................... Table Rock Mabel A. Gormley, Teacher Public School. ... ... ... .... .. Omaha Elsie Cuss, Teacher ............ ...................... Magnet Edna Hadley, Teacher .. .. . . ... .......... . . . ... Bakersfield, Cal. Mabel Hadsell, Teacher . . . ..... . .. ... ..... ... . .. .... Schuyler Katherine B. Hanks, Teacher ................... ......... Vesta W. C. Harpster, Teacher ....... ..... ........... ... .. .. Genoa Virginia E. Hansen, Teacher . ... . .. . .. ... . .... ... â&#x20AC;˘.. . ... Wahoo


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Jesse A. Harris, Stenographer ........... ................ Auburn W. T. Harrington, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Merriman Blinn 0. Helms, Teacher H. S. Sci~nce ............. Weeping ·w<~ter Jesse F. Hendricks, Principal. ........................... Dawson Myrtle Hiett, Public Schools ........................... Lincoln Allen ] . Hill ......... ·............................ Belgrade A. T. Holtzen, Principal ............................. Carleton Addie B. Huff, Teacher .............................. Marion Lena F. Huff, Teacher ............................... Scribner Mrs. Mary Hoadley Fitz ............................ Scottsbluff Glenn D. Jenkins, Banker ........................... Humboldt Helen M. Johnson, Teacher ......................... Wilsonville Tillie C. ] ohnson, Teacher ............................. Friend Edith A ] ones, Teacher. ............................. Alliance ·Chester L. Kaup, Teacher ......................... Morrison, Ill. Mabel M. Kaup, Teacher ................... Grand ] unction. Colo. Henrietta R. Kees, Teacher ........................... Talmage Frank D. Keirn, Supt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Springs Marcia P. Kendrick, Teacher ......................... Crawford Burtiss Kennedy, Teacher ........................... Brownville Ruth A. Kernen, Teacher ............................. Dawson Bertha M. Kesling, Teacher ............................. Elgin Mabel L. Kilmer, Teacher ........................... . Western Myrtle D. Kilmer, Teacher .......................... Tecumseh Arthur D. Klima .................................. Dawson C. W. Knoll, Sup! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guide Rock Minnie Knudsen, Teacher ........................... Lawrence Pauline E. Kubicek, Teacher ............................. Cre~ Lena Larimer .. , .................................. Missouri Millard C.- Lefler, Professor State Normal. .................. Peru Ralph M. Lewis, Teacher. ......................... Albany, Ill. Vesta M. Lively, Teacher ............................. Dawson Anna Martin, Teacher Public Schools ................ Nebraska City Mammie Masek, Teacher ............................. Superior Louise Mathewson, Teacher ............................ Lincoln Van Kirk Maxey, Teacher. ........................ Yeso, N. M. F arrest C. McAdams, Supt. ............................ Juinata Lena G. McCullough, Teacher ... : ..................... Omaha Claire McDermet, Teacher ........................... Kenesaw Earl L. Meyer, Principal H. S ......................... Alliance Zelia Cornell JJickel, Teacher. ........................... Peru Edna Millay,Ieacher .......................... Gregory, S. D. Kent H. Mint6n, Lumberman ........................... Adams


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Margaret Mohrman, Teacher ........................... Geneva Elizabeth E. Moody, Teacher ........................ Creighton C. B. Moore, Sur-t .................................. Osceola Ruth W. Morse .................................... Beatrice Chas. K. Morse, Principal ....... : ..................... Auburn Maud M. Moseley ................................... Odell C. W. Mottinger, Supt ................................ Merna Mary MeN amara, Teacher ........................... .. Benson Ada O'Conner, Teacher ............................. Harvard Olive Pasco, Teacher .................................. Stella Blanche Pahl (married) ............................ Cambridge Mrs. Mary C. Pasco Hutchinson .......................... Peru Zula Pemberton, Teacher. ........................ Seattle, Wash. Grace Elsworth Peck, Teacher ........................ Aim worth Mildred Porter, Teacher .............................. Norfolk Fern D. Ralston, Critic Teacher. ........................ Peru Clara C. Reed ....................................... Peru Myrtle Reed ................................... ·...... Peru A G. Reed, Teacher ......................... .. . Y eso, N. M. Blanche Robertson, Teacher ........................ Plattsmouth Verna E. Rogers, Teacher ............................ Alliance Anna Dow Rollins, Teacher ............................. Eustis Minnie D. Sail, Teacher ............................. Holdrege Edwin G. Sanders, Teacher. ........................ Harrisburg Emma Schaekel, Teacher .............................. Beatrice Mildred E. Scheetz, Teacher .......................... Beatrice Bertha Irene Schick, Teacher Public Schools ................ Omaha lona V. Shick, Teacher ............................... Ohiowa Anna B. Schmidt, Teacher ........................... ·.. Steiner Margaret Seeck, Teacher ............................. Chadron Elmer L. Seely ...................................... Hardy Louise Segelke, Teacher ................................ Crete Catherine F. Sharp, Teacher ........................... Ohiowa Alice E. Sims, Teacher ................................ Adams C. W. Smith, Supt. . : . .............................. Grafton R. B. Sims ........................................ Johnson Edna Snell, Teacher. . . ............................ Benson Bulah Snider . . . . . . . . ............ : . ........ Nebraska City Lois M. Snider. . . . . . . . ............................. Alma Julia M. Spear ..... . , . .............. ." .............. Grafton Stella Spillner, Teacher ............................ Blue Springs ]. M. Stimson, Teacher ............................ . Lena Steinbaugh, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ..... Rushville


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Florence Stephensen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Naponee Pearl Strawn ... ..... . ...... . ..... . ..... .. . .... .... Wymore !della Strayer, Teacher .... .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ . Wahoo 1eanette E. Sublette, Teacher . .. . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beaver City Bert E. Swenson, Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Springfield. Mass. Helen Trace, Teacher . .. . . . . . . . . .... ... ....... Okmulgee, Okla. Rena Turner, Teacher ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Columbus Ida Gertrude Tyler, Student Uni .... ...... . ..... ........ Lincoln Gertrude R . Van Oriel, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Culbertwn 1ulia H. Van Oriel, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Valentine Helga Von Gordon, T eacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairfield Ellen Wahlstrom, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . ... .... .. . . .. . .. .. . Wahoo Lucile Amelia W ehrs, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .... Sidney Hilde>. S. Wilke, Public Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Omaha Ethel M. Williams, Conservatory of Music .. ...... . . . . ..... Lincoln Clio D. Wonder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Springs Harriet ]. Woods, Teacher .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. ........ o:1iowa Blanche Worley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . .... . Tilcl?n 1essie Grace Wilkins, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . F :J.irt1eld Gertrude Watson, Teacher Public Schools . . . . . . . . ... .... ... Omaha Myrtle B. Yocum, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fails City Ernest R. Zink, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weeping Water Dora B. Zook, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . ..... Harmd CLASS Ol!' 1910 .

Nellie A Aker, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Franklin Ethel Armstrong, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tecumseh Lota Baer, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... M"rna Ethel Ballance, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Omaha Rose Banks (married) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... ... .... .. . .. Wausa Mamie Barn::art, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N ewpurt Edna Barnes, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . Hopper C. Gordon Bee~<. Student State Agricultural College .......... Lincoln Wi1:1elmina B kford, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . Utica Janet Holland Beetison, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. Waverly Eugene Belden ..... Seward Leora Bennett, Teacher. Randolph Neva M . Best, Teacher .. . . .... ..... .. ... .... ... .. Blue Springs Esther Blankenship, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broken Bow Belle Bolejack, H. S. T-eacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shickley Wilber Bostder, Supt. . ....... . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Lodge Pole Fern Brown, Teacher ..... . . .... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Bro 1<en Bow Mildred Butler, H. S. Teacher ... ... ... ..... . ... .. Newman Grove 0

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George Campbell, Supt .. . .. .... .. . .......... . . . . . . . . .. Homer Sarah Canfield, H. S. Teacher .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. ...... Sterling Lillian Carlson, Teacher . ... .. ..... . ... .. . . ....... South Omaha Lewis Coale, Farmer . . . . .. . . .. .. . . . .... . ........ . . . .. Bennett Glen C. Coburn, Student State University . . . .... .. .. . .. . ... L incoln ]amr.s Burton Dennis, Principal ...... . . . .. . . . ... . .. . ... . Verdon Ethel Doty, Teacher ... . . . ... . .. ... ... . . ... .. . . . . Broken Bow Ethel Dunn, Teacher .. . .... ... ... .. .. ... .. .. . ... . . .. Fair bury Inez Eaton ..... . ... ..... . . . . . ...... . .. . . . . . .. Nebraska City Dora Ekwall, Teacher. .... . ... .. . .. . .... .... ... Douglas, Wyo. Gertrude Ely, H. S. Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . .... Kimball Jennie Emery, Teacher . . . ............ . .... . .. . .... . .. . Wilber Esther E. Evans, Teacher .. . ..... . .. . . . . .. . ..... . ...... Sidney Elizabeth Everson, Teacher .. . ...... . . . .... .. ... . . . .. . .. Alma Emma Falter, H. S. Teacher . ..... . ..... . . ... . . ..... . . Grafton Laura Fields (married) . . . .. . .... . .......... ... . . . . .... (?) Genevieve Ford, Teacher .. . .... .. . ... ... .. . .. . . .. . . . Crawford Leola H. F ranee, Teacher ... .. ........... ... .. . .. . ..... Clarks Lena M. Friday, H. S. Teacher . . . ....... . ... . .. . .... Plattsmouth L. F. Garey, Supt. . . .. ... . .. . ... .. . ..... . . ... . ...... Valley Bessie F. Gaskill, Teacher . ... .. . . .. ... .. ... .. .. . . . .... Norfolk Arthur Gilbert, H . S. Science . .... .. . . .. . . . .. . ... .. . . ... . Crete Joseph Goldstein, Student University of Nebraska . . .. .. . .. . . . Lincoln Charles L. Grimes, Supt .. . . . . .. ... ... .... ... .. . Republican City Vera ]. Haeffelin, Teacher ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .... . . Merna Christina Hansen, T eachu . ... . . . . .. . . . . .. .. . . . .. ... .. ... (?) Annie M. Hahn, Teacher. .. . . .. ... . ... . . . . ..... . . ." . ... Norfolk Grace M. Harman, Teacher. ..... ... .. .. .. .. . . ..... .. Fair bury Helen Heacock, Teacher. . ..... ... . ... .. ... ... .. . .. David City Clara Hendrickson, Teacher ... . ...... . :... .... .... .. . . .. . ( ? ) Hettie ]. Hehnke, Teacher Public School .. ¡.. . . .. ... . . .... Lincoln Maude Henderson, Teacher .. . . . ......... . .... . ....... Superior Elizabeth Henderson, Teacher .. . . ... ... .. .. . .. .. .... ... Wahoo Charlotte Hickman, Teacher . ..... ...... . . .. . . . ..... Battle Creek F. D. Hughes, Prin . H. S . .. ..... . .. . . . .. . . ...... . . ... Chester Mrs. Alice M . Hunt Harriss .. . . . . ... .. . . . . . .. .. . ..... Fair bury Lola B. Hunter, Teacher. ..... ... . ...... . ... . ... . . . Guide Rock Ralph 0. Jackson, Supt. . .......... . . . ... .. . ... . . . . .. Howells Lena M. ] ackson, Teacher . .. ......... . . . .. .. .. .. . . David City Harry W. Johnson, Student University of Nebraska . . . . . ..... . Lincoln Myrtle judd, Teacher .. . ... . ... . ............. .. ... . Scottsbluff Viva Kinney, Teacher . . . . . ... . .. .. ........ . ...... Blue Springs Lela Florence Kite, Teacher. . . . ¡ ... . . .... .. . .... . . ....... Peru


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Marie Krumbach, Teacher (Rural) ...................... Shelby John W. Lang, Supt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thurston Grace Lawrence, Teacher ........................... Brownville Oren E. Lincoln, Student University of Nebraska ............ Lincoln Bessie Longfellow, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelby F ranees E. Lynch, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clarks Louise Lyon, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overton Bernice Marker, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Susie Mathis, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swanton Leah McElhiney, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Douglas, Wyo. Augusta McGrew. Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beaver Crossing Zelia Messenger, H. S. Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fair bury Missouri Monier, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alliance Harriet E. Nolte, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... Long Pine Mary Novotny, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska City W. T. Moore, State Normal School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spearfish, S. D. Flossie Morris, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creighton Audubon Neff, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gretna Henry Nielsen, Prin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dannebrog Clarey Nielsen, Prin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roseland Stella M. Opp, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So. Omaha Edison Pettit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peru Winona Proper, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Gertrude Purinton, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fair bury May Quade, Teacher . . . . . . . . . ..................... Chester Esther Raabe, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanton Lee Redfern, Prin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brownville Luella Richard, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bennett Ella E. Richardson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Great Fails, Mont. Edna Rinckett .........¡ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crawford Gertrude Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Humboldt Geraldine Rosa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Plattsmouth Mary Robertson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dorchester Adeline Schultz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobias Ellen A. Scheidt, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bloomington Harriet D. Shackelton, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beatrice Eulalie M. Shaffer, Teacher .... , ..................... Fairbury Mrs. K. S. Shambaugh, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bertrand John B. Sloat, Student University of N-ebraska .............. Lincoln Cora E. Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (?) Mabel Spafford ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adams Bertha Spear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seward Bertha E. Spear, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lawrence


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Ora A Spencer, Teacher .............................. Juanita Mildred Spencer, Teacher.......................... Dakota City Margaret Stetter, Teacher ............................. Kearney A. ]. Stoddard, Supt. .......................... Newman Grove Mollie Sudik, Teacher ........................... Nebraska City Bula H. Swan, H. S. Teacher .......................... Osceola Pearl Sylvester .................................. Rising City Delia T artsch, Teacher ............................... Omaha Mrs. Olive Thompson Zorn .......................... Fails City Victor T rukken ................................... Fairbury Rex Truman, Student University of Nebraska ............... Lincoln Varro E. Tyler, Prin. H. S ........................... Syracuse Irene Tyler, Teacher ................................. Auburn Arthur M. Vance, Sup! .............................. Walthill Agnes Van Oriel, Prin ......................... Newman Grove Inez Wachtel, Teacher .......................... Blanchard, Ia. Nellie Stelle Wagner ............................... Randolph Pearl Warwick, Teacher. .......................... Stromsburg D. H. Weber, Prin .................................. Shubert Eula D. Wester, Teacher ............ ¡............. South Omaha Emma E. Wilkins, Teacher ......................... Greenwood Everett Wilson, Prin ............................... Long Pine Edgar S. Wycoff, Supt. ............................ Springfield G. Homer Wrightsman ............................... Auburn Mabel Zentz, H. S. Teacher. ....................... David City CLASS OF 1911. Graduates January 30, 1911.

Anna Vesta Anderson, Teacher ........................ Chadron Helen Roberta Coleman, Teacher ....................... Auburn Vesta Dean Douglass, Teacher ........................ Tekamah Anna Fehlman, Teacher, H. S .......................... Valley Loy ] ames Gilkeson, Supt ............................ Arlington Lulu May Hill, Teacher ............................ Havelock Edith Inks, Teacher ............................. Cedar Bluffs Clara ] ohnson, Teacher ............................. Smithfield Edward Henry Koch, Supt. .......................... Papillion Edith Phillips, Teacher ......................... Rosedale, Cal. Cora Schwenker, Teacher ............................. Lincoln innie B. Snethen, Teacher ......................... Winnebago Emr,na Margaret Snyder, Teacher ........................ Albion Nita Van Heusen, Teacher ....................... Sioux City, Ia. Alva Percy Stockdale, Principal. ....................... Decatur Amos Milton Vance, Prin. H. S ......... ............... Columbus


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Frank F. Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geneva Christine Marie Albrecht . ... . .· ...... .. . ... .......... Cambridge Katheryn Allen, Teacher .... .. . . ......... . . ..... .. .. Tecumseh Anna Erika Anderson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Great Fails, Mont. Ethel Eudora Baer, Teacher ..... ..... ............. ..... Merna Cora Wallace Barkley . .. . ... .... .. .. ..... .. . .... South Omaha Mary Ophelia Barnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ......... Hooper Alta Vantora Bell, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..... ..... Edgar Lizzie Beynon, Teacher H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guide Rock Lottie Boge, Teacher, H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albion Frieda Bishop, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ... . . .. Hebron Florence Fern Bower .. .. .. ..... · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairbury Bessie Bowlus . ..... ... . . ........ . .... . .......... .. Scribner Grace Brusndon, Teacher ........ .. . .. ... : . ...... .. . ... Howe Maude Brusndon, H. S. Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wymore Ora Estel Burch, Teacher H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... ... Geneva Charlotte Cass, T eache ...... . .. ........... ... ..... .. . Edgar Ethel Lulu Chambers, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . .... . ... .... Lusk, Wyo. Elmer Heimer Christenson, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartington · Magdelene Craft, Teacher ·. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cedar Bluffs Ira Crook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fails City Henry Clay Dallam, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nemaha Myrtle Easley, Teacher .. ·... ... ........ ................ Ohiowa Fred Ebert, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Panama Clara Amelia Erickson, Teacher ... ... ........ .. .... .... .. Crete Elizabeth Falter, H. S. Teacher . . .. .. .... . . ... .......... Tilden Helen Morton Fay, Teacher .... . . ... . ............... . Oakland Ellen · l-'rederickson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seattle Ruth Gantt ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ·.................... Crete Ada Garver, Teacher ....... .. ........... . ..... .. ... . Hastings Arthur Benjamin Gelwick, H. S. Teacher ................. Geneva Martha Ann Giltner, Teacher H. S .. . ... . ... ...... ......... Stella Ursula Sublette Harmer ....... . ..... . .......... .. Nebraska City Beulah Harriss, Teacher . . ........ . ...... ..... . ........ Albion ]essie Hawkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pilger Clara Elizabeth Heacock, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Syracuse Everett George Heacock, H . S Teacher . .. . ·............ Springfield Marie Elizabeth Hirschmann ... .. .. ... . ...... ....... . West Point Grace Vernal Hobson, H . S. Teacher .................. Dorchester Glen James, Teacher H. S ............ . ..... ....... ... .. Brock Russell Johnson, Principal of Antioch ............. ....... Auburn Ethel Harriet Justice, Prin. H . S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cedar Rapids


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Velma Irene King, Teacher. . .... .... ................... Friend Lotus Mary Krause, Teacher ....... . .......... . ..... .. Papillion Arnold Christian Kuenning, Student Uni .................. . Lincoln Grant Harold Lanphere, Prin. H . S ... ... ........ .. .. Broken Bow Bertha Ellen Maloney ................................ W isner Blanche McCartney, Teacher. ................. ·. ... . .... \Vimer Ethel Evelyn Medley, Teacher. ............... .. ....... Ohiowa Anna Michaelson, H . S. Teacher. .............. . ....... O'Neill Viola Morris, H. S. Teacher .... . . . ..................... Dodge Lenore Muehleis, H. S. Teacher . .. ....... .. ...... . .. Blue Springs Jennie Elizabeth Muntz .............................. Garrison Mary O'Connor, Teacher ............ .. ............. . .. Lincoln Bernice Agatha O.'Kief,. Teacher Public Schools ...... . ....... Lincon Fern Ort, Teacher ................................. Arlington Emma Mary Oliverius, Teacher ......................... Howells Anna Leota Paine ... .......... .. ..... . ....... . Boise City, Ida. Nona May Palmer . .... .. .... .. .. . ........ .. .. Beaver Crossing Glen Allen Parriot ... ... . . .. .. . ..... . .... . . .... ....... Peru Hilda Parson, Teacher . ... . ....... . . .... ... . ...... Lodge Pole Eva Poellot, Teacher .............................. Blanchard Vera May Reckmeyer, Student . .. .. ... ... ... ......... . . Omaha Rudolph Rennecker, Prin . . .. .. .... ... . ......... .... Danneborg Arthur Lee Roberts, Prin .............................. Brock Winifred Roberts, Teacher ............................ Carlton Opal Katherine Ross, Teacher ....... .... .... .. ... .. . Scotts Bluff Lila Sands, H. S. Teacher . .... ......... .... .. .. .... Clay Center Elizabeth Schmauser ....... . ..... .......... .. .. .. .... Seward Mabel Sherwood, Teacher .. . ........... .... .... ...... Wausau George Stevens, H. S. Teacher ...................... Broken Bow Glenn Earl Stoddard, Prin ......... .... ... . ..... .... Alexandria Paul Aug1,1st Stoehr, Prin .............. ............... Imperial Lillian Ruth Stradley, Teacher .......................•.. Hardy Lela Amelia Taylor ................................. Madison Cella Esse Teich, T ea.cher ..... ... . .... . . ...... ....... . Wayne Ella Vollstedt, Teacher. ............................ Columbus Iris Mae Ware, Teacher ........................ Caldwell, Ida. Ruth Webb, H. S. Teacher .... .......... ....... Beaver Crossing Cecelia Wehrs, Teacher ............... , ............... Chester Blanche Wells, Teacher ............................. Naponee Dale Brainard Whitfield . ........ .... .. ...... · ........... Peru William Russell Whitefield .. .............. .. ..... . ...... Peru Normie Clarence Wickland, Prin ..... .. . ................ Millard Olive Worley ............................ : ......... Ulysses


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Ruth Alice Wortman, Teacher Amity College ................ Iowa Ruth Elizabeth Zentz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David City Graduates July 30, 1911. Elizabeth Viola Baker, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . ............ Superior Mary Rose Baller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... Dunbar Amelia Jus tina Bauch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Missould, Minn. John Branigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fails City Ruth Miller Brownell, Student Uni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln Mabel Bruner, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Randolph Monica H. Carpenter, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Western A vis 0. Carse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Comstock F ranees Graves Chez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wahoo Stanley Chudley, Teacher H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orleans Edith Crapenhoft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arlington Anna L. Daniell, T eachertH. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stanton Grace DeMers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fails City Marie Forsythe, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clarks Nelle Francis, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hardy Lillian Irene Galbraith, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albion Mayme Giltner, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Columbus Edna Goff, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albion Grace Elizabeth Hall, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pender Marie Mildred Hanna, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Auburn Carrie Hansen, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bar ada Susie Harman, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lodge Pole Rudolph F. Havelka, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stromsburg Laura Holliday, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Talmage Margaret Holmes, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tilden Claud Hutchison, Principal Ward School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairbury Clyde Hutchinson, Principal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alvo Frank Jennings, H. S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fair bury Edna Elvira Jeppson, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emmett, Ia. Blanche Jerauld, Rural . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brock Anna Jicha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... Milligan Effie V. Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wahoo E. Maude Jones, Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orleans Charlotte L. Koop, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Point Adolph Kotas, Principal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Strang Opal Sadie Lewton, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelby Alice Lucile Lintz, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johnson Laura P. McCune, Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Walthill June Du~all McMillen, Supt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Western


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Carlene C. Merrick, H. S. Teacher ................... Central City Ina May Miller ...................................... Peru Adeline V. Miller, Teacher ............................ Lincoln Cecelia Parker, Teacher ... ·........................ Wilsonville Winifred Perkins, Teacher ............................. Omaha Mina 0. Perrin, T eache.r. ......................... Dakota City Alpha C. Peterson ............................. . . . Gladys Ralston ...................................... Peru Opal Rice ....................................... ·.Sterling Ethel Rae Robinson, Teacher .......................... Decatur Ethel M. Roddy ................................. North Bend Lettie Schmidt, Teacher ............................... Pender Jacob Schott ......... . .............................. Peru Helen Shepperd, Teacher ........................ Silver City, I a. Muriel Shepperd, Teacher .............................. Bartly Ada Snyder ...................................... Superi'or Bessie South .................................. Nebraska City Grace Stuckey, Teacher. -............................ V a! en tine Bessie E. Tibbetts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . · Minnie T uchenhagen, Teacher ......................... Chadron Louise Upson ................................... Greenwood Edna Wells, Teacher ................................. Edgar Clayton L. Westcott, Supt ............................ Naponee


PERU LIF E CER'J'IFICATES

E. May Alderson .. . ..... 1906 Ethel Blake ... . . . . . . . .. 1906 Ethel S. Blank . .. .... . . . . l906 !lone C. Chappell . . ..... . . 1906 M. Almeda Cockerill. .... . 1906 Elizabeth Crawford ...... 1906 W. T. Davis .... . .. . ... . 1906 IOaisy S. Dean . . . . . .... . . 1906 Crace A Dean . .. . .. .... 1904 Edna E. Fairchild . ..... . . 1904 'Florence E. Fairchild ...... 1904 Elsi ~ Fisher .. .. .... . .. . 1906 T red H. Fisher ..... . .... 1904 Augusta Frerichs . . . . . . . . 1905 Floyd W . Gail. .... ... .. 1906 Julius Gilbert . . . . ...... . 1906 'Grace Griffith . .. ..... ... 1904 Magdalena C. Gueck ...... 1906 ¡Camma C. Hall .......... 1906 Emma E. Hanthorn . . . .... 1906 Kathryn Hanting .. ... ... 1903 Blanche E. Harman . . ..... 1905 Clifford Hendricks ..... . . 1906 'Carrie Hesseltine . . ... .. .. 1904 'Catherine Hicks . . .. ... . . 1904 Anna L. Hinterlong ..... .. 1906 Sadie C. Joy . . . .. .. . . ... 1903 Ethel Kennedy .. . ... . ... 1904 Bertha Kernen .... . . . . .. 1906 Anna C. Knutzen ... . . . . .. 1902 Susie A Lamb .... ... . . . 1904 Rosa Langley .. . ....... 1906 Ada C. Leonard ......... 1906

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Yetta Joy .. .. . . .. . . . . .. 1906 E. W . Marcellus ......... 1905 Patty E. Mathews . . . .. . . . 1901 Raney Medley . ........ . 1902 May Metcalf ....... . . . . 1901 Maud Mollyneaux . .. . ... 1906 Edith Montgomery . .. . . .. 1905 Mary McCune ........ .. 1904 Eva G. Morton . . ..... . . . 1903 C. A Otradovec ..... .. . . 1906 E. May Palmer ..... . . ... 1906 V anche E. Plumb . .. . . . .. 1906 T elbert L. Richardson . . . . . 1905 ]. Forrest Rodabaugh .. .... 1904 T. 0. Rinker . .......... 1899 Katherine Roddy .. . ... . . 1903 Margaret Sears . ... .. .. .. 1904 Millicent M. Slaby . ... . . . 190 I Harriet M. Smith . ... ... . 1904 Laurene Steven . . ..... . . . 1904 W. T. Stevenson .. .. .... . 1901 Maude E. Teagarden . . . . .. 1905 Ruth E. Templin . . . . . . . .. 1905 Mabel Thompson . . .... .. 1906 Lida K. Turner . .... . . .. 1906 Edna G. Walworth ... .. . . Helen Lucile Walworth . . .. 1904 Ethelyn West .. ..... .... 1904 Verle G. Williams .. . . . ... 1906 Nelly Williams . . .... . . .. 1903 Ethel M. Williamson ..... 1904 Bertha Wilson ... ..... .. 1906 L. May York . .. .. . . .... 1904

UFE CERTIFICATES GRANTED 1907.

Agnes R. Aksamit. .... ... 1907 Lillian Allen ..... .. .. . . 1907 Charles G. Ammon .. . . . . . 1907 Elda F. Bacon .......... 1907 Ada M. Bahner. ..... .. . 1907 Thomas P. Beall . ....... . 1905 Mrs. Lorena Beebe ..... . . 1907

C. E. B~nson ... ..... ... 1907

Luella Blackstone . .. .. ... 1905 Maude Boyd ... . ... . .. . 1906 Nellie Brighan .. ..... . . . 1904 H . ]. Broderson .. .. .. . . . 1906 W. G. Brooks .. . . .. .. ... 1907 F. D. Brooks . .. .. . ... . . 1907


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Samuel J. Buckles .. . . .. . . 1907 Marie E. Chambers . .... .. 1907 Ruby G. Clark .. .. . . .. . . 1907 Annie Cogil .......... .. 1907 Gertrude Coon .... . . ... . 1907 Elizabeth Carhart .... . ... 1907 Grace W. Dillon . . ... .. .. 190 7 Anna B. Deboer. ........ 1907 Rosa A. Dunlap .. . . . . ... 1907 Vivian Elarth .. .. ... .. . 1907 Grace Erwin . . ... .. ... . 190 7 Emma Eggenberger ....... 1906 Margaret Fedde .. ... . . . . 1907 Rosa Fiala .. . . ... . . . . . . 1905 Lena Gabriel .. . .... . . . . 190 7 G. G. Gilbert ... . .. ..... 1904 Ida Gratz . .. .. . .. . . ... 190 7 Elsie A. Gray ........ . . . 1905 Grace C. Haag . ......... 1906 Earl ]. Halsell . . ..... . . . 1907 Faye Hanks ........ .... 1907 Mary M. Heacock .. ... .. 1905 Enna M. Hehnke ... ...... 1907 Katheryn Hepperlen . . . .. . 1907 E. K. Hurst ............ 1907 F. W. Hallett .. . .. . . . . . . 1905 Ozola Harman .. . .. . .. . . 190 7 Sylvia R. Hamptn11 ..... .. 190 7 Lola L. Howe . ...... . . . 1906 Anna C. James ...... . . .. 190 7 M. Annie James ....... .. 1905 Ida B. Johnson . . . ... . ... 1907 Mary E. Johnson . . ..... . 1907 Martin S. J ussel. .. . . . .. . 1906 Myrtle M. Krebs .... . . .. 1907 Gussie C. Koehler ..... ... 1907 Mrs. Mae N. Kohler . .... . 1907 Margaret A. Lam bart .. .. . 190 7 Alice LeMasters . ... . ... 1907 George E. Lee ... .. ..... 1906 Adah Lonneker .. . . . .... 190 7 S. Virginia Loudermilch . ... 190 7 Cecile N. Lyon .. . ... .... 1907 Elizabeth Maxwell ... . . . .. 1907

B. Marie McArdle .. ..... 1907 Helen M. Watt. . ........ 1905 Mabel Merrick .. .. ..... 1904 Marie E. Machin ........ 1907 Emma M. Marquadt . ..... 1905 Minnie McAdams ...... . 190 7 Caroline M. Marriott ... .. 1906 Jessie McAdrew .. . . ..... 1905 Ellen McClung .. . ...... . 1907 R. R. McGee .. . ...... . . 1907 Elizabeth Mallalieu . . . . .. 1905 Emilie A. . Miles . . ..... . . 190 7 Clark J. Mitchel. ........ 1907 Myrtle Neff . . . .. . . ... . . 1907 Dessie Noll ... . .... . .. . 1907 Ilah B. Ohlson ..... . .... . 1907 Bertha Oleson ... . . . . . . . 1907 Calistra R. Payne . .. . . . .. 190 7 C. M. Penney .. ........ 1907 Clark Phillips . .... .. . .. 1905 Cyrus G. Phillips .... .. .. 190 7 Lulu Pasco . . . .. . .. ... . 190S Ethel ]. Purington . . . ..... 1905 John E. Ray ... . ....... . 1906 Estella Reid .... . .. ..... 1907 Jennie B. R. Ritchie . . .. .. 1907 Maude A. Roys . ... . .... 1905 Ida Rutledge . . ... .. .... 1907 M. W. Ryan ...... . .... 1907 Pearl Shaneyfelt ..... . . . 1907 Laura Augusta Shepherd .._. 1907 Wilber W . Sim . ...... .. . 1907 Mary E. Wilkins . . .... . .. 1903 Mary E. Strunk . .... .... 1905 Mary K. Smith ..... ... .. 1907 Millys E. Tubbs .. . .. . . .. 1907 Pearl A. Wagey . .... . ... 1907 Carrie Weldon ... . . . . . .. 1907 Alma E. Westgate .... .. . 1905 Verna C. Whistler ........ 1905 Adah M. Wood . ... . .. .. 1905 John A. Woodard . . . . . . .. 1907 ¡ Allura Woodbury ... ..... 1905 Arthur J. Wickland . . . . .. . 1907

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PERU LIFE CERTIFICATES GRANTED 1908.

Lyda B. Barnes .......... 1906 Bessie C. Bedell ......... 1906 Frank Bixby ........... 1905 Grace Tolhurst Blessing .... 1907 Lucy Bowen ........... 1908 E. R. Burkey ........... 1908 Virginia Byerly ......... 1908 Kittie Carlisle . . . . . . . . . 1906 Effie Carlson ........... 1908 Harriett G. Carkr ....... 1906 Gaile Cochran .......... 1906 Ada E. Corbitt. ......... 1905 Etta Crabtree ........... 1908 Fannie B. Cross .......... 1908 Elizabeth Currie ......... 1908 Sarah E. Dunn .......... 1908 Gertrude Eston .......... 1908 Hattie E. Fight .......... 1908 Myrtle Gelwick ......... 1908 George N. Foster. ....... 1906 Aida L. Gray ........... 1906 Irma C. Grimes .......... 1906 T ena Gunn ............. 1908 Anna Gunn ............ 1908 Lucy H. Hammond ...... 1905 Pearl Hanna ........... 1908 Grace Harman .......... 1906 Stella M. Harriss ........ 1908 Minnie M. Hayes ........ 1907 Margaret G. Hickey ...... 1908. Edward P. Hodapp ...... 1908 Grace Huff ............ 1908 Ethel K. Hummel. ....... 190 7 Flora Jorgensen ......... 1906 Jennie L. Joy. : ......... 1906 Layette Kinney .......... 190 7 L. J. Knoll ............. 190 7 Dora Krebs ............ 190 7 Elva Larrowe .......... 1906 Anna Leeper ........... 1908 May I. Leetham ......... 1906 Lorena ]. Lewis ......... 1906

Mabel Lonneker ......... 1908 Stella Lull ............. 1908 Byrne Marcellus ......... 1908 Berenice Machirron ....... 1906 Bessie Manuel .......... 1906 Clara M. Marquardt ...... 1906 Ella Marshell ........... 1906 George E. Martin ........ 1908 George P. McGrew ....... 1908 Menie B. McKechnie ...... 1906 Espe McLean ........... 1908 Beatrice Metcalf ......... 1906 Hilda Miller ........... 1908 Eunice C. Munson ........ 1907 Lida Murtagh .......... 1906 William C. N oil ......... 1907 Mabel Peck ............ 1908 Emily W. Peterson ...... . Hallie Pettibone ......... 1906 Pearl Pope ........ ¡..... 1907 Eva Pulver ............ 1908 Robert B. Ray .......... 1906 Harry Reimund ......... 1906 Lida Rewey ............ 1906 C. F . . . Richardson ........ 1898 Jessie M. Robinson ....... 1908 Ethyl A Rogers ......... 1906 E. L. Rouse ........... . Lucia Saxer ............ 1908 F ranees M. Scott ........ 1906 Mary Seelig ............ 1908 Maude Sim ............ 1907 Clara ]. Skyrme ......... 1908 Bessie Skyrme .......... 1908 Pency P. Skyrme ........ 1908 Ethel Snell ............. 1908 Ruth E. Strong .......... 1906 Bertha A Taylor. ........ 1907 Fay Timmerman ........ 1908 Grace Tolhurst .......... 1907 Rose A T ynon ......... 1905 Macie L. Varner ........ 1907


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Stella Washburn ........ C. F. White ............ Wesley Wilkins ......... G. H. Willimas .........

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Alice I. Wright. ......... 1906 Nellie Wynne ........... 1908 D. ]. Young ........... 1907

LWE CERTIFICATES GRANTED 1909.

Tillie C. Anderbery ....... I 909 Jeannie A Anderson ...... 1909 Dora E. Andrus ......... 1909 Walter Ethen Bagley ..... 1909 Thos. A Barackman ...... 1909 H. D. B~ck .............. 1906 Charles C. Berkey ....... 1908 Ethel Berry ............ 1908 Walter Lee Best. ........ 1908 Abi E. Beynon .......... 190 7 Elmer 0. Blackstone ...... 1909 Lucy Blankenship .. .. .... 1907 G. W. Blessing .......... 1907 Mabel A Bowen ........ 1909 Ruth G. Brandt. ......... 1907 Laura Burgess .......... 1907 Elizabeth Burritt ........ 1907 ]ames ]. Byrne .......... 1909 Capitola Campbell ........ 1909 D/. L. Carlson .......... 1908 Edith M. Catchpole ....... 1907 Lydia Christensen ........ 1909 Charles E. Claar ......... 1907 A. M. Clark ............ 1909 L. Nemaha Clarke ........ 1909 Grace Countryman ....... 1909 Warren S. Cook ......... 1908 Margaret Davis ......... 1909 Ruth Davis ............ 1909 Nellie E. Davison ......... 1909 Alice Dobbs ........... 1909 D. S. Domer ............ 1909 Nellie G. Dorsey ......... 1909 W. L. Dunten .......... 1907 Helen L. Dysart. ......... 1907 James A Eastwood ....... 1909 Nanni~ Edwards ........ 1906

Olive Eggleston .......... 1909 Clara Fate ............. 1909 Elizabeth Fearon ......... 190 7 Ora E. Fowler .......... 1909 May Frank ............ 1909 Harriet T. Gail .......... 1909 C. Ray Gates ........... 1907 Olga M. Gereke ...... ... 1909 ]. E. Gibney ............ 1908 Eva M. Gilbert ..... ..... 1907 Isabel E. Glover .......... 1909 Mary Goodrich .......... I 909 Helga Von Gordon ....... 1909 Mabel A. Gormley ........ 1909 Elsie H. Cuss ............ 1909 Mabel K. Hadsell ........ 1909 Rena L. Haney .......... 1907 Gertrude M. Hanks ....... 19'06 W. T. Harrington ........ 1909 Florence Locke Harris ..... I 880 Benjamin Harrison ........ 1907 Inez A. Hawkins ......... 1908 Myrtle Hiett ........... 1909 A. T. Holtzen .......... 1909 Caroline Homelius ........ ~ 907 Winifred House ...... ':' .. 1906 Oakley W. James ........ 1908 Vesta James ............ 1907 Addy H. Jones .......... 1907 Edith A. Jones .......... 1909 Frank D. Keirn .......... 1909 Myrtle D. Kilmer ........ 1909 Martha King ............ !90S Mabelle Kinnear ......... 1907 :Aj thur L. Klima ........ 1909 Aimed a Ward Kelley ..... 1906 George E. Knoll ......... 190/


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Bernice Kruse ....... . .. 1907 Laura Kruse ....... ..... 1907 Lenore L. Lawrence ....... 1907 Millard C. Lefler ....... .. 1909 Ralph H . Lewis .......... 1909 Earl A Linger .......... 190 7 Theola M. Linn .......... 1907 Vesta V . Lively ......... 1909 Alice McCracken ..... . . . 1906 Lena McCullough ... ..... 1909 ] ennie McDowell ........ 1906 Alice E. McCavock . ...... 1907 Mary MeN amara ....... . 1909 Gladys Majors .......... 1907 Mary Mann ............ 1907 Henrietta Martens ....... 1907 Anna Martin ........... 1909 Louise Mathewson ..... .. 1909 Van Kirk Maxcy . .... .... 1909 Charles D . Metcalf ....... 1896 C. B. Moore ........... 1909 Ruth W. Moore ......... 1909 Mollie Moore .......... 1908 Valma H. Morehead . . ... 1906 C. W . Mottinger ..... ... . 1908 Mattie Mumford ......... 1908 Carre Niedermeyer ....... 1907 Bessie Noyes ........... 1907 C. 0. Cline ............. 1908 Lenora Page ......... : .. 1908 Bhnche Pahl ........... 1909 Mary C. Pasco .......... 1909 Wilbur H. Patchin ...... . 1906 Grace E. Peck ........... 1909 Zula Pemberton ........ 1909 Laura A Porter . . ..... .. 1908 Coila Potras ... ... .... . 1907 Flora Purinton .......... 1907

Fern D. Ralston ......... 1909 Bertha Range .......... 1907 Frank A Reinck ......... 1906 Rhova Rogge ........... 1907 G. Edwin Sanders ........ 1909 Bertha Irene Shick ........ 1909 Louise M. Schroeder ...... 1908 Anna B. Schmidt ...... . . 1909 Ursula Sch~idt .......... 1902 Elmer L. Seely . . ........ 1909 Clara A Shires .......... 1908 C. W. Smith ............ 1909 ] ulia M. Spear. ......... 1909 Florence Stephenson ...... 1909 ]. M. Stimson ........... 1907 ldella Strayer . .......... 1909 Alta Strong .... . ....... 190S Jeanette E. Sublette ...... 1909 E . L. Taylor ............ 1907 Ri~.-kie Themes .......... 1906 Rena Turner ........... 1909 Gertrude Tyler .......... 1909 ] ulia H. Van Oriel. ...... 1909 Cora F. Wade ..... . ..... 190i Lillith Waggener ........ 1907 Esther Wallace .......... 1908 Ula Waterhouse ......... 1907 Gertrude Watson ........ 1909 Lucile Amelia W ehrs ...... 1909 ]essie Wheeler .......... 1907 Hilda S. Wilke .......... 1909 ] essie G. Wilkins ......... 1909 Hattie Williams ......... 1906 Catherine V. Willis ....... 1908 Blanche Worley ......... 1909 Bessie Zink ............ 1908 Zola Zinn .............. 1908

LIFE CERTIFICATES

Willa A Adams ........ : 1906 Nannie Amman ......... 190b Mary ]. Anderson .. .... .. 1908

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Lota Baer .............. 1910 Rose Bell Banks ......... 1910 Grace R. Barbee ......... 1909


STATE NORMAL S CHOOL

Edna Beach .. . ... .. .. . . 1908 Eugene Belden .. ..... . .. 19 10 H. M. Berkey ... . ....... 1909 Grace A Berry .... .... .. 1908 Ada May Beynon ...... . . 1908 Mrs. lima Kennedy Bickel . . 1906 Frank A Boose ......... 1908 }. W. Bixby ...... .... . . 1908 Wilbur S. Bostder. .... .. . 191 0 C. Fern Bradbury .. . ..... 1909 Carrie M . Dieterich ... . . . . 1907 Bessie Dunham . ... . .... . 1907 Inez Eaton . ...... . . .... 1910 Gertrude Catherine Ely .. .. 191 0 Emily M. Erickson . ...... I 91 0 Elizabeth Everson . . ..... . 191 0 Mildred Mary Butler . .. . . . 191 0 George Edward Campbell ... 19 I 0 Cora H. Chittenden ..... .. I 909 Earl M. Cline .. . .. . .... . 190/ Helen F. Cone . ... ..... .. i 908 August 0 . Eggenberger ... . 1908 Dora Ekwall .. . . ..... . . 191 0 Esthe1 Eugenia Evans . . ... 191 0 Reba F. Eversole .. .. ... . . 1908 Emma L. Gerguson . . .. . .. I 909 Laura Leona Fields .. . . . . . 191 0 Nelle Folson .... ..... .. 1908 Bessie Foster .. . ........ 1908 Helen G. F ranee . . .. . .... I 909 Minnie Frahm ........... 1907 Lyla V. French ..... .. ... 1908 Nannie B. Gabriel . ... . ... 1907 Isabel Gab us ........... 19 I 0 Albert L. Gash . . .... . . . . 190 7 Arthur Gilbert ... . ... . .. 191 0 Alice M. Gipson ......... 1908 Iva 0 . Glasgow ...... . .. . 1908 May Glasgow . .. ... . ..... I 908 Isabel E. Glover . . ........ 1909 Charles Leonard Grimes . . .. 191 0 Edward R. Gross .... .. .. 1908 Ruth H. Hamilton .... ... 1908

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Calla A H anks ... . ..... 1907 John A Hanna .......... 1908 C hristina D orothea H ansen .. 191 0 H ettie J osephine H ehnke .... 19 10 Blin 0 . H elms .......... 1909 C lara Edith H endrickson ... 191 0 Jesse F . H endricks ........ 1909 L. H. H enderson . ........ 1907 D . Evelyn Hesseltine .. . . . . 1905 Alb J. Hill . .. . . . . . . . . . 1909 Leon R. Hill ............ 1908 Floy N. Hummel. ... . .... 1907 Marcia K endrick Hollinrake. 1909 Lola Belle Hunter ........ 191 0 Erline J askalek .... . . . ... 1906 Glenn D. Jenkins . .. ... . .. 1909 Tillie C. Johnson . . . . . . ... 1909 Ethel Maude Dye Jorn .. . .. 1902 Anabel H. Joseph .. . . .... I 908 Chester L. K aup .... . . . .. 1909 Mattie K ernen .......... 1908 Anna M. Ketridge .. . .. . . . 1908 Minnie Knudsen .. . ...... 1909 John W esley L ang .. . ..... 1910 Mary Louise Lyon .... . .. . 191 0 Bernice Marker . . ... . .. . 191 0 Myrtle A McCray . .. ..... 1908 .Julia N . Mclnich . . ...... . 1908 Earl L. Meyer . . .. ..... .. 1909 Marguerite W. Mohrman ... 1909 Flossie D ell Morris . . . .-... 191 0 Z elia Cornell Mickel ...... 1909 H arriet E. Nolte .. . .... . . 19 I 0 M ary Novotny .. . .. . ... . 191 0 Florence E. N ye . . ... . .... 1907 Stella M . Opp ...... .. ... 1910 G race G . O stenberg ... .. .. I 908 Theresa May Quade ..... . I 91 0 Albert P eterson ...... .. . 1908 Hilma J . Peterson .. .. .... 1908 C arrine Porter ...... .. .. 1908 Winona 0. Proper ........ 191 0 Burrell ]. Raines . . ....... 1908


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Bertha Reed ....... , : ... 1908 Luella Ri~hard ... .. ... ... 191 0 Ella Evelyn Richardson .... 191 0 Ella S. Reinhard ......... 1908 Mary Adelaide Robertson ... 191 0 Nellie E. Ro·dabaugh. : .... 1908 Grace E. Sailors ......... 1908 Ella M. Sattler'......... . 1907 Fay ·B. Sch~eitman ... ... ... 1907 Ramon B.. Sim ....... ·... 1909 RusseJl. R. Spafford ....... 1908 Mabel Spafford ......... 191 0 Bulah Marjory Snider ..... 1909 Elizabeth Snyder . ....... 1908 Lena Steinbaugh ......... 1909 Alice E. Sims ........... 1909 ] ohn L. Sloat ............ 191 0

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Maude Sim ............ 1907 Cora E. Smith ........... 1910 Bertha E. Spear. ........ 1910 H. Burr Stapleton ........ 1908 A ] . Stoddard . . . . .' ..... 191 0 Mollie Sudik ........... 1910 Delia T artsch .......... 191 0 ] ennie B. Tennant. ....... 1908 Grace M. Thayer ........ 1908 Arthur · M. Vance ........ 1910 Bessie Washburn ........ 1908 Daniel Harry Weber. ..... 1910 Eula Dolores Wester. ..... 1910 ] . Harrold Williams ...... 1908 Lena V. Woodward ...... 1908 Edgar S. Wyckoff ........ 1910 Goldie Maud Y ocam ...... 1908

1911 Catalogue of the State Normal School of Nebraska - Peru  

1911 catalogue of State Normal School of Nebraska at Peru, which is now Peru State College

1911 Catalogue of the State Normal School of Nebraska - Peru  

1911 catalogue of State Normal School of Nebraska at Peru, which is now Peru State College

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