ESTHER A. CLARK, A .B., A .M . Pro fessor of Languages Fo r her abilit y as a lan g uage instru ct o r. fo r her noble characte r, her e nriched persona lity. Peru has known a nd loved Miss C lark for t wen· ty·seven years . Students may come and stud e nt ~ may go, but M iss C l;trk' -; innuence <;Lay <; with them foreve r.
A. B. CLAYBURN, A.B. Professor of Geography Mr. Clayburn has taught geography to th e Peruvians who are in coll ege, for three years. T o the boys in the grades who were fortunate enough to be under his guidance, he has taugi1t the many arts of growing to young manh ood.
A. CRA GO, A.B., A.M.
Professor of Education and Psychology T o be in o ne of Mr. Crago ' s classes is t o meet a man o f character as well as to gain informa· tion of inestimable value, whether t he teaching he one' s in te nded professio n, or whether it be of an entirely different nature. He is a m an whom P eru p rizes highl y.
1925 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska