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THE PERUVIAN 1932


COPYRIGHT 1932

JOHN A. BATH Editor

HARVEY T. NICKEL Business Manager

ENGRAVINGS BY

ARTCRAFTS ENGRAVING COMPANY ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI PR INTING AND BINDING BY

ECONOMY ADVERTISING COMPANY IOWA CITY, IOWA PHOTOGRAPHER

PETERSON STUDIO AUBURN路PERU, NEBRASKA COVERS BY

S. K . SMITH COMPANY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS


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The Annual Publicat:ion of t:he Nebraska St:at:e Teachers College of Peru Published by t:he Si:udenl: Body

VOLUME XXV


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We, the Staff of the 1932 PERUVIAN, have the privilege and honor of placing in your hands the Silver Anniversary Edition of the PERUVIAN. Since our Alma Mater, the first state normal school in Nebraska, was founded there has been constant and rapi<:\ development until today she stands as a monument which serves to recall to her graduates the richness of the education and training received in her halls.

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In the pages which are to follow you ~ will note the progress of a quarter of a ~ - century in the v~rious divisions includ1 ing Administratton, Classes, Activities, Athletics and Organizations.

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Administ:rai:ion Classes Act:ivit:ies At:hlet:ics Organizat:ions Kampus Komment:

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T o th e Graduates of 1932: Greetings to you as graduates! And God -speed to yo u in the jo urney you wi ll make w h en you leave th ese h a lls . Your task may be more diffic ult tha n that o f many w ho h ave gone this way before yo u. A changing civilization brings a difficu lt a nd puzzling t ime to those w ho direct the d es tinies of the yo ung p eople of a nation. M ay the asso ciations made a nd the tra ining received h e re be s uc h as w il l e quip you for your work. And as you labor may the memories of O ld Peru ever be a n inspiratio n to you to give th e best you ha v e to the children p laced in your charg e. Sin cere ly yo urs,

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A. B. Instructor in Piano and Organ

c. M. B ROWN Ph. B.. A. M., J. D. Professor of History and Other Social Sciences Head of Department

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A. B. Principal Junior High S chool

R. C ARTER A. B. A ssociate Professor of Biology (On leave of absence) W I LLIAM

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A ssistant Professor of

S. L. CtE:-.IE:-;Ts A. B.. A.M. S11perintend c nt of Tmininp School

\ V. N. DELZeLL Exec11titâ&#x20AC;˘e Dean a nd Director of Extension

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S11peruisor First and Second Grade T eaching

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A . B. D irector of Ph ysica l Educatio n fo r M e n

ELI\I A I. Goc KLEY B11rsar and Secretary t o the P re.<idcnt

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L. HII.DI A:>: A. B.. A.M. Supervisor Third and Fourth Grade T cachiny MAllY

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A ssistant Professor of History and Other Social Sciences (On leave of absence)

A. E. H OI.c:J I A. B.. A. M .. B. Mus .. Ph. D. Professor of Biology Head of Department

L. HILL A. B. Professor of Mathematic.' ARTHUR

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A ssociate Professor of Math ematics (On leave of absence)

Associate Professor of Commerce and Instructor in Pa lm er Penmanship

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A .<.<isrant SuperPisor of M a rwal Arts and /n .<trrrctor in Physics

Assista nt Director of Ph,sical Education for · Men

L. LYON A. B. Assistant R egistra r M o :-.:A

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B. E. Director of Kindergarten

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Principal of H igh Schoo:

Pro fe ssor o f Edt~ cn fio n I-leac! o f Departm ent

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F. M ESERVE A. B., A.M.

M ARY

A ssista nt Pr o[e.~sor of En y lish ancl lnstmcto r tn Speech Ec!t~cation

A ssistant P rofessor of Biology

P. H . NO!! WOO D A. B. , A.M. S 11 pcr uisor Junior Hig h School Tra ining

D o ROT HY N EJSWAKGER

Bookkeeper

M. P ALl\!ER A. B. Professor of Commerce N ONA

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Professor of Principlc路s and M etho ds in Educatio n

A ssociate Professor of Education Director of Rural Education

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Profc.,sor of C hemistry Head of D epartment

A ssista nt Professor of H ome E conomics

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Associate Professor of lvlathematics

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CHAPTER II Compare, if you will, t:he dress and fashions of t:he present: day, with those of a quarter of a cent:ury past.

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Peru Physical Education Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. : Girls' Club; Philo; Art C lub.

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Auburn Physical Science English M en's Club; Men's Glee Club.

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THELMA BEEDLE

Cortland History Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Gamma Mu: Sigma T a u D elta: Y. W. c. A.; Girls' C lub.

BENJ AMI N BU RKE

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Beatrice Music Y. M . C. A.: Men's Glee Club; Orches tra ; Band; Chorus.

M ath c mntics

Alph<t fVI u Omcqa: Men 's Club; Te nnis Club .

HARVEY C o L E

GEO ilGE CooK

Nebraska City Biology Kappa Delta Pi: Beta Beta Beta; Sigma T a u D elta: Y. M. C. A. ; M en's Club : Philo: Dra matic Club; Tennis Club.

Nchrask<t Ci t y Enp[i$h Alpha Erudite: Men ' s Club: Ph ilo: Dr<tm<ttic Club: roo tball : Men' s Glee Club.

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C OLEATA CRt:-;K Fremont Gco_qr<1phy 1-/i:;tory Y. \V . C. A.: Girls路 Club: Philo : \ Vomen"s Glee Club.

EARL DASHER Peru iVJanual Arts Kappa Sigma Alpha: Phi Lambda Alpha: Mcn"s C lub: Football.

D o:-;:-;" }M\E DELZELl. Peru English Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma Mu: S igma Tau ~elta : Y. W . C. A.: Girls路 Club: Dramatic C lub: PE IHI\"IA?\.

ivL\RG,\IlET E:-;GELKE:-IIER Plattsmouth fv[u,i c Education Y. \I'.,T. C. A.: G irls" Club: E,路erctt: \Momcn"s Glee Club: Chorus.

1-IELE?\ F ,\CKLE!l Blair Enyli:;h S igma Tau De lta: Girls" Club: Pedagogian.

GE I' E\"IE\"E FISHER Peru English Kappa Omicron Phi: Y\V. C. A.: Philo: Dramatic Club.

}OliN F tSIIE ll Wymore Chcm i$try K etppa Delta Pi: P hi Lambdet Alpha: A lpha E rudito: Men"s C lub : PERUVIAN: Foo tball.

\1'\l tLLi\RD FOWLER Peru Manual Arts History Kappa Sigmet Alpha: Pi Gamma Mu: Sigman Tau D elta: M cn "s Club: Everett.

BEll?\Aim GALLOWAY P la ttsmo ut h Physical S cience P hi Lambda Alpha : Y. M . C. A.: Men"s Club: Philo: Football: Tretck: Basketba ll: Mcn"s Glee Club: Chorus.

BESSIE G ILLAN Auburn Early Elem entary Kappa De lta Pi: Sigma Tau D elta ; Dramettic Club.

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M AR IE L AS H HAUPTMAN

Peru H ome Economics Education Ka ppa Omicron Phi: Y . W . C. A. : Girls' C lub; P hilo; Dramatic Club.

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Avoca P hysical S r:iencc A lpha Mu O meqa: Men's C lub: Tennis Club.

SHERIDAN L IVERMORE

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Hartington M a nual Arts Ka ppa Sigma A lpha ; Phi Lambda Alpha: Y. M. C. A.: Men's Club; Football.

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Watson. Mi ssou ri Enqlis h Kappa D e lta Pi: S igm a T au D e lta : Y . W . C. A .: Dramat ic G irls' C lub: Club: Pcdagog ian.

Art Education Ka p pa D elta Pi: Sigm3 Tau Del ta: Y . W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Philo; Women's Glee C lub: A rt Club.

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KEITII L. MEL\' 1=" Reynolds !vfat hem at ics J\ Jpha Mu Omega: Phi Lambda Alpha: Y. M. C. A.: Men's Club: Football: Basketball.

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NICKEL Clay Center Education Biology Kappa Delta P i: Beta Beta Beta: Phi Lambda Alpha: Y . M. C. A.: Men 's Club: Philo: Dramatic Club: PERUVIA I': Tennis Club. HAR\'EY

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Nebraska City Commerce Kappa D elta Pi: Sigm;t Tau Delta: Pi Omega Pi: Y . W. C. A.: E\路erett: Dr<unatic C lu b. PElltl\'11\!'\ .

E~IOil Y PutEFEilT EucEr-:E RAn!CK

Re y nolds Manual Arts Kappa Sigma Alpha: Men's Club: Hi g h School Coach.

Auburn Social Science Men's Club: Phi lo: T ennis Club.

GLADY S RuDDY

Ru ssELL SAUTTER

Auburn English Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta : W . A. A.: G irls' C lub: Philo: Dt路amatic Club: Art Club.

Scotia Manual Arts Pedagogian: Football: Track: Basketball.

EvELYN S H ELDON

Perciva l, Iowa Home Economics Social Science Kappa Omicron Phi: Pi Gamma Mu: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Girls' Club: Tennis Club.

PAULA M AlliE Sct-rt ND LEil

Nebraska City Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi : Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Art Club.

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Beta Beta Beta; Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. : Girb' Club: E verett; PER UVIA N.

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A VERY STEVENS Nebraska City

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Neh r ;rsk;r Ci t y fVI .-11 hon.-.1 ic.' Biolo.<;y

History Y. M. C. A.: Everett: Men's Glee Club.

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Early Elementary Girls' Club; Philo; Art Club.

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CHARLLOTTE A NDERSON Ewing Biology Y. W . C. A.

Aubu r n !vf ar ltcnwtics Kappa De lta l' i ; Alpha Mu Ome~J il: Y. \V. C. A.: W. A. A.: Girls路 Club: T en n is C lub.

MATHILDA BARISAS Omaha Elementary C. A. A.; Everett; Dra matic Club; Women's Glee Club; Art C lub.

GF.;-;F.\"11'.\T. BEATTY

Vc路ron< t Elementary Y . W. C. A.: \V. A. A.: G irls" Club: Art C lub .

C. C. A.; W. A. A.

ADA l31lADY P e ru !-lome Economics Ka p pa Om icro n Ph i : Y. W. C. A .: Gi r ls' C lub: Everet t : Dramat ic C lub : Art Cl ub.

MERIBAN BnucE Hamburg, Iowa Physical Education Phi . Lambda Alpha; Mens Club: Everett; Football; Track.

V mc 1r. BuGBE E Steele City M athematics Phys ical Science Y . M. C. A .: Men 's Cl ub : Everett: D ra matic Club: Footba ll ; T r ack .

CAROLINE CALDER Fremont English Sigma Tau De lta; Alpha Erudito: Y . W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Everett; Dramatic Club; Pedagogian: PERUVIAN; T ennis Club.

A NNE C llll iSTEN Nebraska City Geoyraphy Kapp a De lt<t Pi: C. C. A.; Gi rl s' Cl u b; Pep Cl ub.

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Pe ru En!!! ish Social Sci<·ncc S igma Tau Delta: Men's Cl~1h: l::n· n·tt: Dr;nna ti c C lub: Pcda ~JOgian: D l'bate: Tennis Cl u b.

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H amburg. Iowa 1\ / anual Arts Kappa Sigma Alpha: Phi La mbd a A lpha: M en's Club: Football.

GE:-;E\'IEVE DRAKE

C hester /11/u.,ic Kappa D elta Pi: Sigm.1 T a u Delta: Y. W. C. A.: G irl s' Cl u b: Philo: \ A/omen's G lee C lub : Orchestra.

Steele City l\1[ usic Y. W. C. A.: Girls' C lub: Phil o: Dramatic Club: Women's G lee C lub: Tennis Cl ub.

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CLARENCE H ALL

Cort la nd C o mmern· Kapp;1 Delta J>i: Sig •ni1 Tau Delta: Y. W. C. A. : Girls' Club : Phi lo: Orc hestra.

Rey nolds Manual Arts Ka ppa S igma Alpha: Y. M. C. A.: Men's C lub.

DoHOT I IY H AIIKSON

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Da vey Latin Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta : A lpha E rudite: Y . W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Girls' Club: E,·erett.

Missouri Valley. Iowa Phys ical Science Phi Lambda A lpha: Men's C lub: Everett: Football: Basketball.

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Shubert English Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Philo: PER UVIAN·

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Du Bois Foreig n Language W . A. A.: Women's Glee Club.

Mat hcnli;fi cs K <tppa Delt<t Pi: Pi rn;t Mu : A lp h a Mu 9a: Y . W. C. A .: C lu b: Or;un. ttic

Ga mOmeG irls' Club :

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Peru Biology Beta Beta Beta: Y. M. C. A.: Men's Club: Everett: Football.

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M cCook Early Elem entary Y . W. C. A.: W . A. A.: Ci r ls' Club.

MATHE\IiS

V IJIC I I':IA

Omaha E arly Elementary Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A. : Dramatic Club: Art Club.

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Peru H ome Economics Kap p a Omic r o n Ph i: l'hi lo : Dramatic Club: Women's G le e Cl ub .

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Omaha Phr,sieal Education 'Manual Arrs Kappn Sig ma A lpha: Pl~i Lnmbdn Alpha: Men s Club: E,·erett: Dramatic Club: Football: Track: Baskl'tball.

\ V. H. P H ILLIPS Hiawi'ltha. Ka nsas Physical Science Y. !'vi. C. A.: Men';; Club : Philo: Dra ma tic Club: Track.

PETTIT

Peru lvl u sic Girls' Club: 'vVo mcn '; Glee Club: Orchest ra : Tennis Club.

NA O ~IA

Au.E:-:E REAG A:--1

P t E I!CE

Hum boldt Early Eleme ntary Kappa D elta Pi: W. A. A.: G irls' Clun: Philo.

Bartlrtt. Io wa H o me Eco no m ics Kappa Omicron Phi : Girls' Club: Everet t: Art Club.

M M!IE

Sct II NDI.EI!

ELI ZA BETH

N ebraska City Latin Ka ppa Delta Pi: Sigma T a u D elta: Y . W. C. A.: Gir Ls' Club.

SPRAGUE

Papillion H o m e Economics Ka ppa Omicron Phi : Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Philo: Wome n's G lee Cl ub: Tennis C lub.

Lc: RoY WEBB Resen·e. Ka nsas lvlarwal Arts Phi La mbda Alpha : M en 's Club: Philo: Dramatic C lub: Football: Track : Basketball: M e n's G lee Clu b: C horus.

M A I~GA I!ET T tlOYEI!

H arlan. Io wa M a t h ematic s C h em istr!f Alpha Mu Omega: G irls ' C lub : Everett: Ba nd.

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Watson. Missouri Commerce Kappa D elta Pi: Y. W. C. A.; G irls' Club.

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H amburg , Iowa Elementary Girls' Club.

I nclu s t ria l Arts

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Plattsmouth Early Elementary

P ia t tsmout h Mu s ic 1-/i.,fo ry A lpha Erudito: Y . W. C. A.: G irls" Club: E,·eret t ; Wom e n ·.~ Gke C lub.

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A. A.:

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ANTHONY ARTZ

Tecumseh Manual Arts Kappa Sigma Alpha: Everett: Dramatic C lub; T rack; Men's G lee Club.

BLANCHE

LETITIA

W . A. A.

BAST

College Springs. Iowa E arly Elementary Y. W. C. A.: W . A. A .; Girls· Club: Pedagogian.

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BE LL

Beat r ice Man u al Art., l'hi Lambda A lpha: Men's Club ; Footb;tl l.

K ATHERINE BERGMA N

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T ecumseh Music Y. W. C. A.; Girls' Club Drama tic Club; Orchestra: Chorus: Tennis Club.

BESST

D ecatur Junio r 1-/iyh En_qlish W . A . A .: Girls" Club: Eve rl't t.

JEAN B LANKENSHIP

E v ELYN

Sterling, Colorado English Dramatic Art Y. W. C. A.: Girls" Club: Women's Glee Club; Everett: Dra matic Club.

B ll i'. C II T

Fa lls City Music En,q lish Sigma T a u Delta; Y . W. C. A.: Girls" C lub: Everett: D ra matic Club; Women's G lee Club: Orchest ra: Band: Chorus: Cheer Leader.

Btii'. IILER Crab O rcb;:ud M arwal Arts Kappa Siqm<~ A lph a : Alpha F:rudito: Y . M. C. A.: Men' s Club : E vet·ett; Dra matic Cl ub : Football: Tt·a ck.

H AZE L BROt\DY

O llVII.. I.I'

Johnson Elementary Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: G irls ' Club.

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MAn Y j ANE CASEY

O m<th<t Enrly Eh·mcnlary Y. \ 1\/ . C. A.: W. A. A .. G irb ' C lub: En·retl : I'E I!li \ ' IA 1'.

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Oma ha History Y . 'vV. C. A.: G irls' Club : Dra ma tic Cl ub.

CooK

F O !lllEST CORK

Verdon M11 Sic Aifathematics Alpha Erudite: Y. M. C. A.: M en's Club: E \ T rett : Orchestra: Bi1 nd: T ennis C lub.

D ALTON

T<1 bo r. l o"·a IV!at hematin• Alph;1 Mu Omega: Y. C. A.: G irls' Cl u b.

CLAilK

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College Springs. l o w<~ Early E/c111 CIIIctry Y . W. C. A. : W. A. A.: Gi rls' Cl u b: Orchestra.

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Jo hnson Eleme ntary Y . M. C. A.: W. A. A.: G i r l s · C l ub : E,·eretl: Chorus.

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Omaha E lementary C. C. A.: Y . W . C. A .: W. A. A.: G irls' Cl ub: Phi lo.

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D Ys Mn Uni on French AI/ at hemal ics Alpha Erud ito: Y . W. C. A.: P hi lo.

M ath ematics Alpha Mu Omega: Y. M. C. A .: Men 's Cl u b.

OIIA F EllGUSON

R u TIIEDA

O d ell C hemistry /VI athcmatics Al pha Mu Omega: Y . M. C. A .: M en 's C lub: Dra ma tic C lub: T rack.

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GEilTillJDE FLI:-if'

G lenwood . low<J H o m e Eco nomic:; Kappa Omicron l'hi: Y . W. C. A.: Gir ls' C lub : D ramatic Cl ub.

FUH IIMAN

Cor tla nd Ju nior High S chool A lp ha Erud ito: Y . W. C. A .: W . A. A. : G irls' Club.

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Per u Manual Arts Kappa S igma A lpha; Phi Lambda A lpha: Me n's C lub: Football; Track: Basketball. 路

C ECIL GR AVETT

Bartlett, Iowa Home Economics Girls' Club.

JovcE GRuBs Cou ncil Bluffs, Iowa English Music

Sigma Tau Delta: Girls' Club: E ve rett: Dra ma tic C lub; Band , O rchestra: Chorus.

H ELE :'\

C r r.II I' IIT

Peru En11li., J, Sigma T <n l D e lt;a: G ir l's Club: Phi lo: \.Vomen 's Gl e e Club: Orc hes t ra .

Op;d G ro\'('1" P eru Enylish Alpha IC: r udito: P hi lo. chest ra.

Or-

Rey nolds E arly Elementary S igma Ta u Delta : Alp ha Erudite : Y . \.V. C. 1\.: Ci rls' C lu b: Phi lo : D ram;at ic Cl u b: Orchest ra.

LU CILLE H ARPSTER

Br.A:-.-ciiE f-I A STI :-.-<:s

Omaha Physical E ducation Music Y . W. C. A.; W. A. A.: Girls' Club: E verett ; Women s Glee Cl ub: T ennis Club.

Chester /unio r 1/i.'lh S igma Tau Del td : A lpha E r ud ito: Y . W . C. A.; G irls' Club: Phi lo.

WILLIAM H AU SER

Benkleman Chemistry M en's C lub; Everett : D ramatic Club.

V ERA H ED1

Omaha Elementary Y. W. C. A.; G irls ' Club; Everett.

RUTII li A\VXIIY

Aubu r n Commerce Y W. C. A.: W. A. A.: G irls路 C lub : Philo: Dra m 芦ti c C lub: Wom en's Glee C lu b: Orches tra.

MilS - El\t ~路l/\

I-I ODGI~S

M a itl and Elementa ry Y . W. C. A.: Girls ' Club.

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Murray Commerce Y. \ 1\l. C. A.: Vl. A. A.: Girls' Club.

josEP III :-:E Hn :ro:-: Table R ock Commen T Gir ls' Club: Philo.

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T ecu mseh E<1rly Elementary Y. \ .V. C. A.: G ir ls ' Club: C horus: 13;11ld.

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Hambu rg. low;t Elementary Y. \.V. C. A.: G irls' Club.

j u:-: Bo is Fo ric_qn Lanyrlii,</C En_qfi.,h Al p ha Erudito: Orchest ra : Band.

MARY H UGUES

Auburn Elementary Y. \V. C. A .: Gi rl s路 Club.

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T ecumseh Elem entary Y. \ V. C. A.: G irl s' Club: Orchestra .

M ILIJRED Jo unY

A uburn l\la thematics Alpha Mu Omega: Y. W . C. A.: \ V . A. A.: Philo.

jo:-:Es Salem Social S cience A lp ha Erudito: Girls' Club: E,路erett: Women 's Glee Club. MAllEL

MII .D ilEU

K ATH LEE!\: K E LL Y

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V erdon Elementary C. A. A.: W. A. A.: Girls' Club.

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K EYS

Peru Commerce Y. W. C. A.: Gi rls' Club.

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M a lvern . Jo ,va !It/ usic Y. '0/ . C. A.: Girls' C lub: E,路crett: Women's Glee Club: C ho ru s.


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Salem E lemerllilr!J Alph a E r udito: Y. VI/. C. A.: G irls路 Cl ub.

K i\T II IlY~ L A S II

HELEN KousEK Plattsmouth Elementary C. C. A. : Y. W. C. A.: W . A. A .: Girls' Club.

Auburn Mat hematic:; Y. W. C. A .: G irls' Club.

HE :-iRIETTA L UDINGTON Peru Commerce

Lu c E Omaha Music Al ph a Eru d ite: Y. W. C. A. : Girls' C lub: P hil o : Women 's G lee C lub : Chorus.

RALP H McCLANE Syracuse Manual Arts Physical Science Men's C lub: E verett: Track.

HESTER M cCoY Oma h a Elementary Y. W. C. A .: G ir ls' Club : E v cr ett.

MARTHA McDou GAL T ecumseh Elementary Y. W. C. A.: Girls ' Club: E,路erett ; D ra matic Club; \Nomen's Glee Club.

M c!NTYR F. M a lve rn, I owa Elementa r y Y. W. C. A .: G irl s ' Cl ub: Ever ett.

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L U C ILLE

FJ.OIIEt-;CJo

LORA M AJOR S Peru Junior H igh English P hilo: O rchestra: Tennis Club.

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F al ls City Enylish Sig ma Tau De lta: A lp h a Erud ite: Y . W. C. A.: G irls' C lu b: P h ilo : Dramat ic C lub: Pt>dagog ian.

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Pc·ru !?ural F.dra·;aion

M II I>IIEIJ M ll LI 1'1X Ait'xandria E lcmotl ar !I Girl.\' Club.

D o:-; NELso =Corn in g. Io w a History M e n's Club: E,·erett: Ora· m;Hi c C lub: D cb;Hc.

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Unadilla Early Elementary Alpha E rud ite : P hilo .

Eo:-;A M AYSTRICK

Omaha HistorrJ En glisit Pi Gam ma Mu: Alpha Erudite: Y. \ 'AI. C. A .: G irls' Club.

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MIC K LE

Shannon Cit y . Iowa Early Elementary Y. \ 'AI. C. A .: Gi rls' C lub.

H t.::LE1' NAUl\I AN

M o und C ity. Missou ri Commerce Girls' Club.

CHARLEY N tCKES0 :-.1

Ell is Ph ysical Science Y. M. C. A. : M e n's Club: Band.

BETTY OTTO

P hilli ps Arr Y . W. C. A .: G irl s' Cl ub: E verett.

R OBERT PATE BETTY

PA1'CAKE

Shenandoa h. Iow a Early Elementary En yl i~ h

S ig ma Tau Delta: Y . W. C. A .: G irls' Club : Pedagogian.

Men 's Track.

Peru Chemistry Cl ub: Football.

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Elementary Alpha Erudite; Y. W. C. A.; Philo: Orchestra.

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ALFREDDA

Y. M. C. A.: Men's Club; Philo: Orchc.~tra; Ba nd.

A~ ~,\ RI C II AHDS

P H ELPS

Omaha Junior High English Sigma Tau Delta; Y. W . C. A.: Girls' Club: Everett; Dramatic Club.

S idney. Iowa 1-list o r y

W. A . A.

R U TH R OBERTS

S I! III I. EY

Pawnee City Commerce Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: T ennis Club.

!'~OWE~

Peru Ele m c ntnry Y. W. C. A.

REx Ru cKSDAS HEL

M. C.

Seward History Men's Club: Everett; Band

Sllt!IITI.E FF

Stra ng Pre-Medic Co u r,;c Y. M . C. A.: Men's Club: !::,·cret t; Orc hest ra: Band.

WIU.iA SILENCE MINA Si\I I T I!

Rockport. Missouri Music Girls' Club: Everett: Or. chestra : Band.

Pawnee City Early Elementar y Y. W . C. A. : Women's Glee Club.

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MY!lETA SUGDEN

Steinduer Mu sic Alpha Erudite: Y. vV. C. A.: G irls· Club: Everett: Women's G lee Club.

Edga r Elementary Y. W . C A .: G ir ls' C lub: Women 's G lee C lub.

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LA :-.:GFORD 'vVAGGO i'\ER

Johnson Manu a l Arts Y. M. C. A.: Men·s C lub; E\·erett.

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Lincoln Biology Mcn·s Club: E\·erett: Dramatic C I u b: Orchestra: Band.

C.·\ THERIKE

WIIEI·:I. Eil

Oma ha Music Y. W. C. A.: Girls· Club: Ph il o: Dramatic C I u b · Womrn·s Glee C lub.

'vVOLTER

Ohiowa fvlusic Y. \iY. C. A.: Girls· Club: Vvomen·s Glee C lub: Orchestra: Band .

MARJORI E

Y OUNG

Peru Elementary Phi lo: O rchestra: Chorus.

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LARSO K

CLA YI3 Uil:-;

J-I O !.C I!

Senior Sponsor. D R. A. E. H oLc lf Dr. Holch has again counselled the Senior C lass this year. Hi s pract ica l advice and suggestions have helped a great deal in making the c lass act ivities successful. Or. Holch a lso was adviser of the PERUVIAN this year. Our o nl y regret is that he will not be here ne xt year.

Junior Spon sor. A. B. CLAYB URN No matter how seemingly unsolvab le the problem. Mr. C layburn always had some va luab le suggestions to help the Junior Class out o f its difficul ty. The class appreciates his willing assistance.

Sophomore Sponsor. A . V. LARSON The Sophomore Class has found a friend in Mr .Larson . Th e en terprises of the class have been ex tensive and intricate. It has taken expert direc tion to ma ke all ends meet.

Freshman Sponsor. M1ss GRACE TEAR The Freshman C lass. under the guidance of Miss T ea r . ha s ma d e e xceptional progress w ith the Freshman Clubs. These clubs have become worthy organizations a nd ha ve given real experience a nd participation in st ud e nt activities to the Freshmen.


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Ar.n1:-; Sa !em Al pha l::.rudito : G irls' C lub: Women's Glee C lub ; P eru Players. ET II EI.

Farragut. Iowa W. A. A.: Girls路 Club; Art C raft.

W IL MA ALEXA NDER

H MWI.I> A:-.tos Ma lvern . Iowa Men's Cl u b: Eve ret t: Tennis Club: P eru Pl ayers.

Dawson Girls' Club.

0 :-.IEITA A R:O.! ST RONG

J Ac K

Auburn Girls' Club.

A s i!TON

Lo rton Y. M . C. A.: Me n' s Club: Dra ma ti c C I u b ; Track; Men's G lee Cl u b; Ba nd.

MAilCELLA BACKEil

PA UL A BA CKEil

Alexandria Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Personality Club.

A lexa ndria Y. W. C. A .: Girts路 Club; Dra matic C lu b: Per路so na lity C lub.

I

WALTER BAKER

R AY

Pawnee City Y. M . C. A.: Band.

BEAMER

Paw nee C ity Y. M. C. A.; Men 路s Club.

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L ORAI N E B EN SCHOT E R

Brock Alpha E rudite: Y. W . C. A. : W. A. A.: Girls' Club: Art C raft.

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Mah'l.'rn . l o\\';l Y. W. C. A .: G irls路 C lub: T en nis Clu b: Peru Playt'rs.

Oo:-;A l.D BLOU='T

A uburn Men 's C lub: Cra\\'dads: Pt' r u Players.

Ct.YIJE

BOLE

Rt'y no ld s Club: O rchestra : M t'n "s Ph ilo: C ra \\'dads.

R uT H

13oTTO HFF

G ret na Y . Vv. C. A.: G irls ' Clu b : V/omt' n路s Glt'e Club: Personal ity Club.

J o s EP II INE

Btl iSSEY

T HERESIA

BIERL

Plat tsmouth Alpha Erud ito : C. C. A.: Vv. A . A.: Girls' C lub: Peru Players.

CuHOtm

BoEH~lER

D u Bois Men's Club: Men's Glee Cl ub: O rchestra: Band.

H ELEl' BooTH

H a rlan, Iowa Y . \ V. C. A.: Girls路 C lub; \ Vomen's Glee Club; Peru Players: Pep Cl ub.

A u DREY BoYD

Bra ndon. Colorado Girls " Club.

Ct\ll MEL LA BROGNA

A ub u rn Gi r ls' C lub : M inerva Club.

Oma ha Girls' Club: Everett; Peru Players.

H E L E!' 131l00K E R

FRANK BROWN

O ma ha Y. W. C. A.: Girls ' Club : Persona lit y C lub: W ri ting Cl ub.

Crab Orc hard Dramatic C lub : Cheer Leadc r.

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FRANCES

BURLING

Cortland Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Philo; Women's Glee Club: Orchestra : Persona li ty Club.

C. C. Club.

M All i AN CARLSON

Ph ilo: Club.

H AZEL CHASTAIN

N ebras ka C it y Crilwdads: Travel

STEI. I. i\ MM: CLAI!Y

LEONA

Auburn Men ·s Club: Philo; Dramatic Club.

NoRMA

Auburn Y. W. C. A.; Girls' Club; Drama tic Club; Minerva Club.

CllAWFORD

Ha sting s. Iowa Y . W . C. A .

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Dawson G irls ' Club.

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Mi ssou ri V alley . Io , va Y . W. C. A.: W. A. A.; Peru Pia ye rs.

THOM AS COLLINS

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Kodak

Oma ha C. C. A .: C ho1·us: Playe rs.

Rock Port, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Peru P layers.

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Omaha C. C. A.: Peru Players.

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V a lley Y. W. C. A.: Girls· Club: Peru P layers.

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LUELLA CROSS

Sidney. Iowa Men's Club: Chorus: Orchestra: Band : Peru Players : Men's O c tet.

Sidney. Iowa Orchestra: Band: Peru Playcrs.

L Oll,\ OI C KEll ~O<'."

MARIAN

DILLEil

Brock Y. W. C. A .: W. A. A.: G irls' C lub: Philo: Dramatic Club: Chorus: Art Craft.

Diller Girls' Club: Philo: Women's Glee Club: Personality Club.

Douus H ardy Writing Club.

Dooso:-; Cra b Orchard Girls' Club: Dramatic Club; V/riting Club.

EvELYN

RosEl\li\llY DotEJ s

Omaha Y. W. C. A.: G irls' Club: Philo: Orchestra: Band.

R oYCE

OIHSKE u.

Randolph. Iowa Men's C Iu b : Football: Track: Men's Glee Club.

D ELPHA MAE Du NN

Falls City Y. W. C. A.: Women's Glee Club: Personality Club.

Eut..x

R U TH

DONt' ER

Malvern. Iowa Y . W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Women's Glee Club: Tennis Club: Peru Players.

MARY

DuERFELDT

Nemaha A lpha Erudito: P hilo.

ETH EL

FAIRBA N K S

Dawson W. A. A.: Girls' Peru P layers.

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Endicott Y. W. C. A.; Girls' Club; Philo; Dramatic Club; Art Craft; Tennis Club.

Hl'.ll~IEI:-.:E FITLE

HUBERT FILLEY

Om11ha

Diller Everett; Chorus; Crawdads.

Lo1s

G irls路 Club;

fLORKEE

Players.

L ewiston Alpha Erudito; Y. W. C. A :. Women's G lee Club; Tennis Club; Pe r路sonality Club.

MARGA RET fRE SHOUR

HE;\;IlY GAUER!\:OUIHZ

Syracuse C I u b ; Orchestra;

Elkhorn

OrAL GAI;o.;Es

LETA

Geneva Everett; Dramatic Club.

GIBSON

College Springs, Iowa Girls ' C lub; Peru Playe rs.

L EONA GILES

D OROTHY

Nebraska City Y. W. C. A.; Personality Club.

GRIESER

Cortland C. C. A.; Girls' Club; P e r路 sonality Club.

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Peru

Lloi.IA 1-'RAZEn

Council Bluffs, Iowa Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club; Peru Players.

Girls' Band.

FMHVI'.LI.

Du Bois Y. VI/. C. A.: Gi rls' Club.


1-!AHO LD GLIHSKE

ELDA J-1 ,\HN

F<llls City Men's G lee Club: Orchestro: Band.

Johnson Girls路 Club; \ 'Vomcn 's Glee Club; Art Craft.

CTIIEI.

HALL

Stella Alpha Erudito: Y. \V . C. A.: G irls' Club; Art Craft.

GEOIH:E

1-!ASKI:"\S

1-!umholrlt

M en's Club: Philo: Band: Crawdads: Peru Ployers.

Joy J-1 ,\ ll PT~I A:"\ Nebrosko City Men's Club: Football.

Ci.J\Il ,\

H E:-::"\

Northboro. Iowa Girls' Club: Art Cr<1ft.

E VELYN

H OCKIIEI~ I

Cortland Alpha Erud ito: Y. W. C. A.; G irls' Cl u b: Personality Club.

Y.

v.,r. C. A.:

I RIS H.-\~ I E L

Tecumseh Y. 'vV. C. A.: Girls路 Club: E\"l'rett: \'Vomen's Glee Club: Orchestra: Band.

BEU LAH

HATFIELD

Ashland Y. \V. C. A.: Girls路 Club; Band: Art Craft.

YI\"IA:"\

1-!A\\'KI:"\S

Auburn Girls ' Club.

LAURA 1-!IC KSO i\:

Omah<1 Y . W . C. A.: Girls' Club; Art Craft.

BEili':ICE I-lOGUE

Murray C. C. A.: Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Girls ' Club: Peru Players.

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WANDA H OLTMYER

ELAJ:'\E H ooo Mc Pau l. Iowa Gi rl.s' Club: Band ; Cra ft.

Omaha Girls' Club; Peru Players.

EVELYN HOPLEY

E.sT IIEH HOIIS II

Tekamah Y . W . C. A.; Girls' Club; Women's Glee Club; Tennis Club; Personality Club.

L ESA

MARY

Art

Eagle Alpha Erudite ; Y . W . C. A .: G irl s ' Club: Peru P layers.

HuNT

1-IELEI\

Bridegport A lpha E rudite: Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Everett, Peru Players.

j AMES

Ne hawka Y . W. C. A.: Girls' Club; Women's Glee C lub: P eru Players.

WILM A }AMES

OIIVEI\E } Al'\SSE N

Omaha Y. W. C. A.: Women's Glee Club; Peru Players.

Sterling C I u b ; Orche stra ;

Girls' Band.

ED NA }ARMA N

MA E

] O II NSO N

Bridgeport Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Everett: Women's G I e c Club: Peru Playe rs.

Julia n C. C. A.: Girls ' C lub: Peru Players.

V ERTA }O HI\SON

M MIJOI~ I E K E L PE

T able Rock Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club : Everett: Peru P layers.

Oma ha Y. W. C. A. : Girls' Club. Eve rett: Art C ra ft.

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Spr ingflcld Y. \V. C. A.: Girls 路 A rt Craft.

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Krrzt:LL

Alvo Y. M . C. A.: Phi lo: Cho rus.

'vVILJ IEI.i\111\Ii\ KnA\IIJECK Ft. Cal houn Y. 'vV. C. A.: G irls路 Club: Orchestr;:t.

GEOilGE Klllll. Elk C reek Dram<~tic C !ub : PEilliVIi\ 1':: Track : Chorus.

HE LEN

LEWIS

Virgini<l Alpha E rudito: Girls' Club: 'vVomen's Glee Club; Peru P la yers.

BEULA II LI\'1;-o.:GsTor-: Falls City Y. W. C. A.: Mine n 路a Club.

G . r /~

C ),. /J

J-1 U$T01\

K ll'\GSOLVER

Peru Alpha Erudito: Men's Club; Philo: Orc:hestra; Band.

KKAPP Nehama Men's Club: Football; Crawdads: Peru P layers. ALFREU

P,\ULI:\E KROH

Stella Girls' Club: Peru Players.

l l'\EZ LEFLER

Springfield W. A. A.: Girls' Club; Peru Players.

W!Ll\IA LIESCHE

Washington Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.; Girls ' Club: Women's Glee Club: Peru Players.

RowENA

LoiliMOR

H amburg. Iowa Girls ' Club: Kodak Club.


GLADYS L OTTl\!AN

D iller Girls' Cl ub; Women's Glee Club; Peru Pla yers.

Ru T H L uDI:'\GTON

S y racuse Art Craft.

E.u :-.JA

LucK·•

Du B o is

Alpha E r ud ite: Y. W. C. A.; Gi rl s' Cl u b.

M cCo\\':-.Virg inia Girls' C lub : Peru P laye rs . L 1:--::--:os

E s TH ER M ATSCI!UC K

MAU] O il! E Mt::-.-DF.:-.-J JA !.L

E lkhorn

F airbur y W . A. A.: l'edagog i<tn: T en nis Club: Tr,l\·el Club.

Y. W. C. A.: G irls' Club· Minerva Club. '

HA:'\EY MII.ST F.,\IJ

DEL BERT

M ILLER

Peru Men's Club; Philo: Football.

P e ru Men 's Club : Philo: M e n's G lee C lub: Orc hestra: B<tnd, Cra wdads.

BLA:'\C HE NEJEZC H LEB

D eweese C. C. A. : W . A. A.: Girb' Club: A rt C ra ft.

H AZEL NI LES

Oma ha Y. W. C. A.: Girls' Club: Philo: D rama tic Club: Writing Club.

AI.I C F. N I<. II O !.A S

De W itt G irl s' Club.

FLOYD

NJ:-.- <.E HE!. S F.Il

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I ll~IA NI S PEL Ply mouth Y. W. C. A.: \V. A. A .: Art C raft.

ELOISE

No.>.

Stella Y. 'vV. C. A. : Girls' Club: Peru Players.

0EST ~IA:-:

Lo1s No1w1 s T<Jble Rock A lpha Erudite: Y. \ V. C. A. : G irk Club: E,·nett: Orchestril: Peru Players.

Aubur n Y. VI/. C. A. : G irls' Club; Peru Players.

LEO:-:E Olli.Eil

D OHOT HY 0 RG,\ :-\

De \ •Vitt Y . W. C. A. : Gi rl s' Cl ub. Pe r u Players.

Edgar Y . VI/. C. A. : Girls' C lub: \Vomen's Glee C lub: Art Craft.

MII.LIC:EYI' Oll~IA Neb raska City Alphi1 Erud ite: C. C. A.: Y . Vv. C. A.: Girls' Club: Women's Glee Club: Tn1\'el C lub.

CLELL 0\\'E:-:

I :-:EZ PETE ilSO:-: Du nbar Alph<~ Erudite: \ V. A. A.: Girls' C lub: D ram<~tic C lub: Pe rsonal ity Club.

ELSIE

I)ETil.-\SEK

Table I~ock Y. 'vV. C. A.: Girls' Club. Peru P ia ycrs.

H ERTH,\

Liberty Men's Club : Dramatic Club: Football: Track: Cra w dads; Kodak Club.

Rt CJ-11\R[) PETERSE:-:

De Witt Men's Club.

MMHHA

P Fii\:GSTE:-:

Ohiowa A lpha Erudite: Girls ' Club. Dramatic Club: Art Craft.

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OWEN P IERCE

BLA;\;CIIF.

Bartlett, Iowa Men's Club.

DARRELL

RAILSBACK

LELA

Peru Men's Club; Philo; Chorus: Crawdads.

CALVI N

REED

T nu xTON

R ou TH

Carbon. Iowa Y . M. C. A.: Men 's Club: Band: Ten nis C lub : Crawdads: Dramatic Cl ub.

EvEL Y!': RuEGGE

VEllA

Falls City Women's G lee C lub · Peru P layers. '

RU!IGE

Avoca Al pha Eru dito: Girls' C lub.

JEA:-.IETTE RU YLE

R YAN

M ARCEL L A

Beatrice

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Dawson C. C. A.: G irls' Club.

Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Club;

R AI:-:Es

Malvern. Iowa Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Girls' C lub: Peru P layers.

Douglas Alpha Erudite: Y. M. C. A.: M en's Club: Band: Tennis Club: Crawdads: Peru Players.

Girls' Club.

Pn" I'Et-;GEH

Crab Orc hard Dramat ic C lub: Art Craft .

Personal ity

MAXI:-;E SA:~<I S

R OBEIH

Sterling Girls' Club: Everet t; Wornen's Glee Club.

SAMS

Shube rt Men's Club: Crawdads; Per u Play e rs .

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Cook M en's Glre C lub: C ho rus.

\ iV isner M e n's C lub: Everett ; F ootba ll: Chorus.

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T a rkio. M issouri G irls' C lub: M incn路a Club.

SHA LIGII N ESSY

Otoe

C. C. A. : VI/. A. A.: G irls' Cl ub: Art Cra ft.

G L F.E SI I A\\'

H EKRY S HI:'\lEllDA

Ba n lc tt. Iowa Tra\路e l Clu b.

W ilber Men's Club: Everett: Orchestra: Ba nd: Chorus. C rawda ds: P eru Players.

M O I~i\ S S l l li U F.IlT

VERi\ S II ULE~BERG

Fa lls C ity M en 's C lub: Band: C rawd a ds.

Falls City Y . W . C. A.: G irls' Club: Art Cra ft : Dramatic C lub : Personality C lub.

Wll .l .i\llD SII U r- li\1~ 1)

GwENDOLYN S ISSON

D e W itt Men 's C lub : D ra mat ic Club: Footba ll : Track: Tennis C lu b: C ra w dads.

Ha rdy Al pha E rudite: Y . W. C. A. : Women's G lee Cl ub : T ra vel C lub.

J ANE

BEU L i\ 11 Sli.IIT I!

Salem G irls ' Cl u b: Pe ru P layers.

SNIDER

Benkelma n C lub: Orchestra: Girls' Band: Personality Club.

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SPECHT

Otoe Travel C lub.

EvANGELI:->E STEVENS

Nebraska City Girls' Club: Orchestra; Tennis Club.

MA RY STEWART

Oma ha Girls' Club.

RUTH TJ.\1:<-I o:-.:s

Ashland Alpha E r udite: Y. W. C A.: G irls' Club: Peru Players.

EVERLy

TWADDLE

College Springs, Iowa G irls' Club: Peru Players.

MELVI:-.; STEAIJ:\1 ,\:"

S tella Dramatic Cl u b.

} 01 11.; STE\'E:"SO:"

Auburn Men 's C Iu b : Football: Crawdads: Per u P layers.

MAllY STOLl FfEil

Be!Ie,路ue A lpha Erudite: Y. W. C. A .: G irls' C lub .

MAXIl\:E

TIIAUEll:"IC HT

Wymore Y. W. C. A. : Gi rls' Club: Dramatic C lub: Persona li ty Club.

VJJlG1 1-; I ;\

VA:"CE

Re y nolds Alpha E rudite: Y. W . C. A.: Girls' Club: Philo: Orchestra : Art Craft.

W I!.,\[ A VAU GH:--1

Fa irbury G irls' Club: Peru Players.

}OSEPHii\:E Vo s E

Fal ls City Women's G lee Club: Peru Players.


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GE:-.:E \V ,\LKER

\Vitt

Dunb<tr Y. M . C. A.: Dra matic Club: Crowdads.

Men 's C lu h: Cra wdads.

i-I E illll·. llT \V ALL

D ORI S \ VEBB

Unadilla Alpha Erudite: Men's Cluh: Peru Playt•rs.

P<twnec C ity Peru Ploycrs.

MMl EI. WEUUEil

L U CI LLE \V!IITE

Syr <1CliSC'

Omoha Y. \V. C. A.: Y.,T. A. A.: Girls' Club: Peru Players.

Girls' Club.

1-!0 \\'i\IW W HITLO W

D ORIS

Nebr<tska C ity Football.

WiER

Watson. Missou ri Y. \ V. C. A.: G irls' C lub : T ennis C lub: Art Craft: vVriting Club.

BEil:-.:ICE W i L SO!\'

G w EK YEAKLE

Benkelman Girls' C I u b : Orchestr<t . Bo nd: Person<tlity C lub.

Fairbury Girls' Club: Peru Players.

Ru-r11 Yo ui'G Fi ll ey A lp h<t Erudite : Y. W. C. A .: Prru P loyers.

M ABEL ZAJICEK

W ilber Al pha E rudite: Y . W . C. A.: W. A. A .: G irl s' Club; Philo: D ramatic C I u b ; Kodak Club: Persona lity C lub.

MARGARET Z l l\t l\tERS

Nebraska City Girls' Club.

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TRAINING SCHOOL


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TRAINING SCHOOL

S. L. CLEMENTS Superintendent of Training School

RuTH

BRANDT

Principal of Junior High

L. B.

MATIIEWS

Principal of Sen ior H i,qh

Tra ining School is maintained by Peru State Teachers College to T HEteaching for those tra ining to be teachers.

supply pr<tctic c

The high school is a member of the North Central Association of Col leges and Secondar y Schools. and is listed with those of highest rating by accreditin g age ncies of our state. It is the a im of the school to be conservatively progressive. New ideas o f proved worth are adopted and practiced. A wide variety of studies and acti v ities is offered. besides th.: college preparatory work offered in nea rly all schools. pupils may choose cooking . sewing. home management. typewriting. bookkeeping, vocal and instrumental music. home mechanics . cabinet making. wood turning, general metal work. auto mechanics and swimming. In music the school has been represented for the past four years in dis trict and state contests. In 1930 the orchestra won first place in Class C of the state contest. Th e girls glee club of 1930 won first place in District Two and in 1931 won second place in Class C of the state contest. T his year the girls glee club won first in the M. I. N. K. music contest and the play first in Class B in the M. I. N.K. dramatic contest. In 1931 the basketball team was the champion of the Southeastern Nebraska Athletic Association and this year was the J'unnc rup in both the Southeastern and in the regional tournament. Correspondingly high sta ndards a rc maintained in scholastic work. As there is no other high school in the city t he pupils of the t raining sc hool fo rm a n unse lected group very similar to the group of children which those going out to teach wil l fi nd in the average community. This gives ver y specific training for t heir work. Pupils . studen t teachers. and supervisors co-operate harmoniously to the advantage and bene At o f all concerned. From the very beginning of sc hool, things happened in the Junior High . Officers we re elected in the va rious classes and they immediately began to plan their good times. Probably the high point of the fa ll term for the ninth grade was its H allowe'en pa r t y. Then the parties in the eighth grade! How those girls can fix lunches! Candles. s trea mers. and rable d ecorations made the seventh grade party a memorable occasion. Combined with social activities are physical training. music instruc tion. and the fundamenta ~ subjects w hich. all together, aim toward the development of fine ci tizens.

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PEMl l. KE:-.:To:o-:

(Sponsor)

H MlO LU BLOLI:-.IT

LUC II.LE AllLE

Peru Girl Rese n·e.

LETH A

CH.·\;\I BER LAIN

Auburn Basketball.

Pe ru Girl Resen·e: Orchestra.

L.

P. CRABTREE Peru G irl Resen·e: Glee Club.

M AllY

CIIAII.I IlEI!I.AI N

Per u G irl Reserve: Orchestra.

0AISYII.I AE O AIILSTI!O I\1

Peru Girl Reserve.

RLITII

HA NLON

E s TH ER

W EI"DELL W.

FISHER

Pe ru Foot b a II : Basketball; Track.

Vl ANDA ] OAN L EAH Y

Peru Girl Rese rve: Glee Club.

Peru G i r I Resen·e: C I a s s Trea sure r.

E LDORA M c l N tNc H

ELEAI"OR GERTRUDE MAJ ORS

Brownville Girl Reserve.

Peru G irl Reserve: O rc hestra ; Vice- P resident o f C lass.

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MERITT

i\ I.ICE p ,\JlJliOTT Peru Gi rl Res er~路e: Orchestra. Glee Club.

Peru Girl Reserve.

THEL:\IA

MEJ.VJ:>: P u GH

PASCO

Peru

Auburn Girl Reserve; Glee Club.

HE="RY

Footba ll: Basketball: Track.

E. RAILSBACK Peru

Peru f'ootball: Basketball: Track.

FRED ROHRS

}A:\IES R OWJ\:>:

Peru Basketball: President Class.

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Peru f'ootball; Basketball: Track.

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I REI'E

H AROLD

v A:-;DEilFORD

AllCIJJE

STOLTZ

E.

VosBERG

PPru Footba ll; Basketball; Track.

MAlliE WATEilS

R Ex

Peru Girl Reserve.

W.

W ILSON

Pe ru Football: Basketball: Track .

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J.

Or.aga, Kansas Footbal l.

Peru Reserve; Orchestra: Club: Secretary of

Girl Glee Class.

E. R II ODUS

!-IOWA Ill'

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SOPHOMORES

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(Snun :-:or ) , Pn ~h . P . .\d ams. H:li l ~ l,a c k. ( 'Jar ~· . Leah,-, K t>bo . Y,•h ·h·k. Ki zt>l ', Apph ·:.wtf'. I f. A c1:nn s . 1\f('rn in c·h . Hnrhrid g-c-, Gnld e n .

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ORCHESTRA

L eft to Riuht-1!. Lars on, Ga irws. J3urhridgP, Applc g-ntc . Cha tf•laiu. Satttl •·t·:-;. lloldt. .\1 ari!Hf't'it(•

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E. Sultzhaugh, Gilli land, Yandc riord, Cor n (Dircctot·), F. Lart,urt, Ca wthonw. F. Sultzhau~h. ('o\n·il. 1>. Coa tney, IJ <• \'O I'C, :\Iajors.. Srnitll. Adarus. llazclton, Parrintt, (ira \'•·:-., Fi!'<ollt·t·, l·'ihtH·r·. l.•·t·oy H•·d · fern, :\farjorie Coatney, J.on: n Re dfern. :\l e ~lalt<ut, How:tn, 'l',nton.

GIRLS' GLEE CLUB

F ir.y l /i'fllr- Cnatn Py , ( iilliand. Y:ltHI Pl' furd. ('rahtrf'f•, :\11-fninf· h. Pa ~ f· o. ,••:(•,·ond Hu u·-Siiuker. Caw tho rn e, \\'illiams, Setzer, Chate lain, I !"anion .

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FOOTBALL

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F i~ h e r, ;\1. Pugh, " ' iJ:.mn, Hhodus, T\' JWII, Adnms, Yt·h·it-k, Sult ziJa u :;h, l.t•ah ~·. C lary, Kt•lso.

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H:liJsb:H'k, (',l:trh Pricfer t. P alme r, 0. Puf!IL

BASKETBALL

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How-

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PERUVIAN ~

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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Scenes from Jun ior High School Life

HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA

" Miss Cherry Blossom"

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1•. II . ~nrwood (~pon :o:o r) . . \rm :--trou ~ . .\J•ph•:.:a tt', tioo tl. Hnwan. ll a7.dtn u. ~ nlt zban .:.:h. C'o\\' t•ll , ll:rll t·n ht•t·k. ,,. (. ,.,,,~~/ h'•ut· J.an:o n. H :dbhad..-. \\'i ll ia m :-.. ( ' uatn 1 •v. ){ 1 •t11\·r n . l':r iTiott , 1. . (il:l :o::-. c ·t ~t'k, P :dllll 'l', ;\(a~· ·· r. 'J'h irrl N "w- \\'hjp,·c•ll, ~l at l l! • w s , E . (;la :-.~t ·oc·k. ll n lman . )l c· l nin e h . Pa:-:c·o, C'o lli n, (.inn·t•r. ~i n n•h c· l ~c· r.

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SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES

First l.'o i" - Pcll:-.tnn. (ioocl , Ci r:1fto n , ({p(\(pl'n. ~ld'ttnnau~h c·~· . .Ton l's, Fla n , Fish t~ l', .\ndl'c•w:-.. ·'-'N•nwl No w - Straw. l. nrso n. ~I:I SII II , Fil mt)l'. U1· a f t on. Pas('o, Hhodus. ~llli t h. llun ton. llol Pto n . '!' ltird h' tut· - Hou d , ('ow~>ll, :\lt·:\l ah o n. ll azt•ltPn. S u ltt.hatl;.dt. ('u:r tnt ·~· . ))t•\ 'o r t·.

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CHAPTER Ill ~-

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The activities during the year oJ 1908 took place in the auditorium represented in the sketch.

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A CTIVITIES

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r:Jizes!eP :JloP6eP .!J?.epPesentative


£lJonna •.fane £lJelze// !/Cept•esenfafifle


1931 M ay Queen and Attendants- Annu al Girls' Club Party-The play's th e thing .


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Th e D E DICATE E - hom e. fri ends. pets- and th e T.

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M a jors Trainin g Sc hool.


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H omeco ming - Who lcilled Cock R.obin ?- Wh en do we eat?-M are's H ou se gets fir st prize - Get t hat pig, F reshie!


E uen Freshm en haPe th eir uictories-None oth er th an Eli:: a M organ herself--Was this desk kept bllsy?- A m oPie actor's priuate apartment????- M ore than one cat meets its fate here.


Dates, but fa ithful Grossoehme is there to take ca re.


Those fir st S prin g day s- P ew has th e tall ones- Bo ys a nd g irls must play- C a n you imagin e all -state g uard with book s?- " True Blu e Dutch caught by th e ca m era."


B ehold the City- Shame on R oscoe and N aomi- Oh. th at F ord- Wh o w o n th e ga m e?


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" / surre nder all.' " s e: Bill- Did th ose girls really s tudy?-Futur e artists- Th ose ju gs look bad - What a mbitious fellows .


Taxi- Yes. George has the key- U p to his old tricks- Billy (h it- D epression f or t h e D octor


Scenes seen en Old .P ectL. when . K.ing Win ter rules.


N ick and the girls seem happy-Roommates-Second C hicago-Ou r heroes leape f o r K an sa sT o convocatio n they must go.


MUSIC


MUSIC

COLLEGE ORCHESTRA V. H. JrNDRA, Director

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THE debate team finished the season wit h a .500 percen t rating in t h e State Tournament held a t N ebraska Wesleyan University. Du ring t he r eg u la r season a sch edule of non-decision debates was a rra nged to increase the schedule. SCHEDULE P eru P eru P eru Peru

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THE s p a rkling humor a nd clever plot , w ith an element of the mysterious in the play " Intima te Strangers" by Booth T a rkington . brought unrestrained a pproval from the a udience. The characters seemed a ll typical a nd real. Y ou could find a likeness for each cha racter among your acq ua inta n ces. The ch a r acter of Miss S tuart was portrayed exceptionally well. T he part demanded th at the mood t empo be cha n ged quickly from carefree youth to-say, perh aps ninety. This ch a racter was a bly supported by a cast that could p u t over Booth Tarkington 's d e lig h t ful humor a nd romance. Th e p lay was one of th e most s u ccess fu l attempts tha t a ny class h as made in the line of dramatics .

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C APTAI N ROSCOE TOLLY was probably the most outstanding guard in Nebraska college football circles during the 1931 season . "'Ross路路 came to Peru in 1929 <tnd at once began to make a name for himself in at h leti cs. Before enterin g college Tolly had never played a game of football. but lack of experience is no drawback to a man of his type. During the 1929 season he made it mighty tough fo r the regula r firs t stringers a nd won t h e respect of every man on the squad. Roscoe also played wonderful football during th e 1930 season and. at the close of a very successful year at guard. was chosen by his teammates to pilot t he 1931 Bob cats. No team could ask fo r a better leader than Roscoe T olly whose record will a lways stan d high in Peru ath letic history. P eru is fortunate that th is a ll-state guard. the lead er o f the 1931 Bobcats. st ill has another football season to play for "O ld Peru."


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HE 1931 footba ll season w as entirely successfu l as far as tlw Pc>ru Bobcats were concerned . Not because of the number of games won. but because of the n umber and qua lity of the matel"ia l tha t was broken in during the season. T his mate ria l will be in va luabl e during the nex t few years. Of the twenty-two lettermen. tweh-c arc firs t year men. while only four will not be back for the 1932 season. Th is merely mea ns that the ou tlook is very bright for next season . The sea son was an eve n break as far as the Bobcats were concerned. Peru won four games, lost four路, and tied one. The sc hed ule w as o ne o f the hea\'i est contracted by Peru in recen t years, b u t the Bobcats e m e r ged from the season w ith a total of eighty-six points to the opponents ' s ixt y -o ne. The twenty-five points difference bet,veen Pe ru a nd its opponents showed the team's power . Peru finished seco nd in the N . I. A. A. Conference of w hich Om a ha Univ ersity was champion. This conference consists of Chadron. Kearney. Omaha University. Peru. and Wayne. Each tea m in the conference pla ys ever y o the r con fe re nce team. consequently the Bobcats played four conference games. Non-conference games were played wi th strong tea ms from the N . C. A. C. Conference and with the Mary v ille Teachers College W ildcats of M a r yville . Mo.

C OAC H GLENN G ILKESON has finis hed his second yea r as Head Nlentor of the Peru Bobcat footba ll team. The coach is always the guid ing hand in inte rcol leg iate football and "Gil k" h as certainly been the hand behind th e Bobcats during the past two years. H e not only is a student of foot ba ll. but has a knack of getting his knowledge across to his men and a lso the power of ins tilling "drive" and " fi re" into his teams. Although th e Gilkeson coached teams have not establis he d any outstanding records , th ey ha ve learned many o f those th ings w hich are mos t important and yet are so often overlooked by coaches. Some of these things are : spor tsmanshi p, co-operation. and clean. right liv ing. Th ese a re the things for which our coach. G lenn Gi lkeson . stands and we are proud of him and his r ecord as a man. ath lete. a nd coach.


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THEplayed first game of the season was w ith the Maryville W ildcats and '.Vas at Maryville, Missouri. Th e fie ld was soggy and so was not very well adapted to a fast type of open field playing. Because of t h e mud. both teams were forced to hold pretty well to line play unti l the last qua r ter when an aerial attack was resor ted to. As is the case w ith most seaso n openers. the game at M aryville was not flawless. a lthoug h both teams played exceptionally good football for th e first ga me of the season. T he ga me ended w it h M a r yv ille on the long end o f a 12 to 6 score. The Bobcats were the on ly team to score on th e Maryville Wildcats during the 193 1 season. Next came the "B" team from Nebraska Un iversity. T h is game was perhaps the hardest of the season . Alo ng w ith the Nebraskans came s uch stars as Roby, Kroger, Miller, a nd Staab a nd so consequently it was a long evening for the Bobcats. The fact that Nebraska had s uch a formidable team did not daunt the Peruvians however. Statistics o f the game show that P eru outyarded Nebraska a nd outplayed them in every division of t h e game. but t h ere are those unaccountable things known as breaks which enter into al most every .football game and so the score at the end of th e game was 13 to 7 in favor o f th e scarlet clad boys from the University.

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THEfor week followin g the Nebraska game. the Doane Tigers came to Peru the annual battl e. As is th e case w ith most scoreless ties this game was relatively uneventful. Peru outdowned and outyarded the Doane team three to one and played in the Tiger's territory during most of the game. but was unable to score. Once again the Bobcats broke over the conference lines and engaged in a battle wit h the Midland Warriors at Fremont. Midland had a team o f veterans. some of wh ich were all-state men, and so could not be called a set-up by any means. The Warriors opened the firing by scoring a touchdown durin g the first quarter. but were upset when Peru came back and marched down the field fo r two touc hdowns in a row and completed one try- for-poin t, making t h e game 13 to 6 in favor of the Peru Bobcats. The game was very re presentative of every style of football. Both teams used a great deal of aerial work as well as stra ight line football. trick plays. and open field football. Play ing conditions were not the best because of a fog. which covered the field making it rather difficult to distinguish the p layers. Ackerson, Peru guard, played a marvelous game at Fremont.

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I NG is always a gala time at Peru. T he highlight of th e day H OMECOM was the footba ll game, which was p layed this season w ith the Wayne State Teachers College Wildcats. The game was staged at e ight o'clock on the night of Homecoming , before a crowd of a pprox imately twenty-five hundred. mostly students and alumni. Peru's natura l at h letic bowl was decora ted ve r y beautifully. The words. "Welcome Wayne." we re painted on the ba n k at the east side of the field. The crowd displayed a great deal of en t h usiasm during the course of the game. In addition to being a Homecoming game. the game w ith Wayne was also Peru 's first conference battle and so was doubly important. Th e Bobcats were pitched for the fray and advanced the ball to the W il dcats' goa l line no less than three ti mes, only to be called back for one reason o r another . During t h e second half Wayne was awarded one of those "breaks" of the game and so scored the lone touchdown of the game. This touchdown gave them n ot only the game, but also the conference championship. T his game was another of those affairs where the team which makes the most yards and most downs does not necessarily win.


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Peru boys stepped out of the conference for a fifth time and encountered the strong Norfolk team. This conflict took p lace during the Teacher's Convention vacation. and so there were but fe¡w on h and to witness the game. The Bobcats had h eard much of the prowess and power of the Norfolk team and were prepared for a tough battle. They 'l.vere in no sense disappointed for the team from the north put up a great fight. I t was in this game that the Peru first year men began to show their true wo r th. "Bu tsy" Harris was probably the outstanding player of the evening. He scored fourteen points. two touchdowns and two try-for-points. Next came a weeks r est for the Bobcats, after which th ey took to the railroad for a long ride to C hadron to meet the Chadron E ag les on their home field. The Eagles are no easy foe at any time and especia lly w hen met at Chadron. Th e red clad boys from Chadron played a wonderful line game led by th eir e lusive halfback, Nemick, and Miller, a powerful tackle. I t was a ll that Peru cou ld do to hold her own during the first half , but when the E agles began to open up with their passing game the Bobcats at once began to claw and. led bv H atc her a nd Sautter, emerged with a victory. The fin a l score was Peru 18, C hadron 6. Th e long train ride had not been in vain for th e Peruvians.

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N returning from Chadron the Bobcats pointed for the old rivals fro m Ke; ~r·ney. t h e Antelopes. Peru a nd Kearney did not meet d urin g th'? 1930 season . The A n telopes were N. I. A. A. Conference champions for the 1930 season . Coach T~d James b rought a team to Peru with hig h ex p ecta tions of w inning from the Bobcats. but cl u e to t h e 1930 affair the Peruvians were we ll set for the Antelopes a nd consequ(·nt "y w;dked a,,·ay with ... v ictory of 20 to 0. Peru had the ed ge at all times duri ng the game and were a t no time in any danger of being scored upon. T hanksgiving was a day of snow. sleet. rtnd o ther sorts of disag reeable 'vea t her. T he Bobcats traveled to Omaha to encounter the O ma ha Uni versity Cardinals a t Western Leag u e Par k. Omaha. with the bes t team in years. were con tenders fo r th e con fe rence t it le ;111d o nl y the Per u Bobcats stood between them and their desire. T he field was covered wit h snow and the grou nd was froze n underneath the snow, so t hat the playi n g co nditions were any t h ing but good. It was very d ifficult for either team to make any h ea dway u n til final ly Sautte r got awa y for a long end run and a touchdown, ma k ing the game 6 to 0 for Peru. D u ri n g the second half Omaha ran two kickoffs back for touch downs and th e fi na l whist le ended the ga me 12 to 6 in favor of the O ma ha Cardina ls. T he Bobca ts recei,·ed. as us u al. a n exce llent reception at O maha. Only fo u r of the 193 1 Bobca ts will not be back for the 1932 season. They are: Ackerson. gua rd: Dasher. ta c k le: F isher. tackle: Sau tter , back. T here is a wealth o f mate r ial left fo r 1932 whic h mea ns t hat Peru shou ld have an excel lent te am.

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193 1- 1932 Bobcat bas ke tba ll tea m played one of the most difficult sch edules in the history of bas ketba ll a t Peru. Not only did the sc he dule include s uperio r teams but a lso long ha rd trips. T akin g everything into con s ide ra tio n th e season was ver y s uccess ful. Coach "Dutch " Lorbeer a lways s ta rts the season out wit h a trip into Kansas w h ere th e Bobca ts tac kle the best basketba ll teams in the mid west. This yea r the trip included the fast Betha ny College quinte t a t Linds burg . Kansas. Bethany '>Vas th e runner up in the 193 1 National A. A. U . T ourna ment a t K a nsas City. With a tea m of veterans. including Larson. a llAmerican center in 193 1, the Betha ny " Swed es" were a formidab le foe. Th e Bobcats however were not da un ted by the hig h standin g of the ir foe and fough t t h e ir way to a 24 to 22 vic tor y. H ead Bas ketba ll Coach Ernest E. Lorbeer has fini s h e d his fourth year as basketball me ntor at P eru . During t hese fo ur years "Dutch " has developed teams w hic h h ave ranked rig ht up with the best. His teams h ave placed first. second . a n d third in th e con fe rence but n o ma tter w h ere they placed th ey were excelle n t tea ms coac hed by an excelle n t coac h . " Dutch " is a great ath le te in his own righ t a nd so has that someth ing to give, that instills pep and fire into his teams. S uch p laye rs as Kre jci, H ert z, W asley, Hu rst. Korber . Hatcher , a nd G roothiu s ha ve been developed by Lorbeer w hile he h as been at P eru a n d he bids fa ir to d eve lo p mo re me n of this same calibre. His tea ms h ave beaten s uch n a tiona lly known teams as the Hillya rds an d Be thany. Peru h as a righ t to b e proud of h e r basketball teams a nd of h er coach. Ernes t E. " Dutch " Lorbeer. Coi\CH LoRBEER â&#x20AC;˘ 9 3 2


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On the night follow ing the Bethany game the Peru team traveled to Larned. Kansas to meet the Larned Athletic C lub. an amateur team composed of former college stars from Ka nsas Uni versity. Empo ria T eachers. Oklahoma University and oth er leading Universities. Larned presen ted a wond e rful tea m and gave the Bobcats a sound drubbing to the tune of 39 to I 0. H ays State Teachers College is Coach Lorbeer's Alma Mater and so t h e H ays game is a lways a highlight in the Peru schedule. This year the H ays tea m was especia lly strong and so the Peruvians encountered much diffic u lty a lthough it was a ha rd fought battle. The game ended w ith Hays on the long end o f a 32 to 24 score. After the Ka nsas trip came a grou p of home ga mes. Of the fi v e ga m es played on the home court. three were conference games . Th e first game at h ome was a return with the Bethany "Swedes" who came to Peru to r evenge the d efeat administered upon them by the Bobcats at L indsb urg . They certainly mus t have gone bac k mto Ka nsas satisfied for they won a 5 1 to 16 victory. C ha dron. Peru's keenest rival. came to Peru for a two ga m e series. Th e Bobcats were pitched up for these two games an d emerged vic torious from both battles. the first 37 to 29 a nd the second 34 to 33.

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The Chadron series was followed by a hard foug h t conference battle with W ayne . T!-Je Wi ldcats came to Peru w ith exactly th e same team that t hey brought last year and consequ en tl y '.vere no set-up. The game was very close from the opening whistle un til th e last. I t finally en ded Peru 35 and Wayne 33. Kearney was th e n ext foe to invade the Bobcat ha unts. Th ey proved to be too much for the Peruvians a nd so ret u rned to cen tra l Nebraska wit h another v ictor y added to th eir list. Again th e Peru Bobcats took to th e road for a fifteen hundred mile trip wh ic h included seven games. Norfolk team was met first a nd disposed o f easily, the Bobcats w inning 5 1 to 2 1. From Norfo lk th e team moved to W ayn e and met the W ildcats on their home floor. This time the W ayne team was h itting its full s tride and so down ed Peru 33 to 21. The conference champion, Oma ha U niv ersity. was n ext on the list. Peru a lways gets the same reception a t O ma ha and was not disappointed this time. The game was played on the Benson Hig h School court to a good crowd of Omaha n s who were well pleased. for the Car d inals were victorious.


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S ix-hundred miles from O ma ha to C ha dron a nd two mo re ga mes w ith t h e E a gles, this time on their home floor . T he C ha d ron series was a n even brea k. P er u ta king one and C ha dron one. O n the retu rn trip t h e Bo bca ts ma d e t'.vo stops, one a t Kearney w h ere th ey met th e A n te lopes wh o d e fea te d t h e m a nd one a t H ebron w here they we re victorious. After <~ week's rest the Peru via ns were ready to d o ba t t le aga in . N o rfo lk came to P eru only to receive a sound drubbing 27 to 19. And aga in th e B o b cats took to the road a nd traveled to Lin coln to p lay th e N e bras ka " 8 " tea m . One of the ha rdest ba ttles of th e season was played in th e Uni ve rs ity Coliseum . P eru returned home with the sca lps of th e sca rlet clad boys from N e b raska. Last on the season 's progra m was a re turn ga me w ith O ma h a Uni versity. T his ga me was not on ly last bu t one o f th e ve r y best o f t h e seaso n Omaha w on a ha rd fough t ba ttle. Much fin e ma ter ia l is re turnin g to P e ru ne"r year and so the 1932-1 933 bas ketba ll tea m s h o u ld be o n e of the best in the his to r y o f th e sc h oo l Of cou rse P eru regrets the loss o f s uc h me n as Ko r b e r . Ga llo way. Sautter. a nd M e lvin. Capta in-elect K e nn eth P r iefe r t. b ette r kn ow n o n the ca mpus as " Re d ." is a n oth e r g rea t gu a r d to a dJ to the long list o f P er uvia n at hl et ic nota b les. " R ed " is the ma n w ho ha d th e s tu ff to fo llow B ig s~ ~~ G roothi us a nd to p lay by the s id e o f "C h et" K o rb e r. N ot only does Priefert have th e ab ility to kee p t h e opponents from scoring h ut he ca n s lip ''P t h e m id d le o f the fl oor <~nd add the po ints to th e Bobc<!t'~ s ic c: o f the scoreboard . " R ed " has fi n is herl his s l!c-o nd season w ith P eru a n d so is d u e fo r two mn re ~~?­ so;1c; one of w hich h e w ill kc..cl th e Bobca t s . K e nn ~r h P rietert is cer tain ly th e log ica l ma n to lead t h e 1932 · 1933 P eru baske tba ll tea m a nd we s in cere ly hope C A PT AI:-:-ELECT PR tEFERT tha • he w ill lead the Bobca ts to a co nf e r e n c~ c h a m pic nship .

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KAPPA DELTA PI NATIONAL Eou cATION SociETY

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KAPPA Delta Pi was organized with the express purpose of encouraging in its members a higher degree of social service by fos tenng h igh intellectual and personal standards during the period of preparatio n for teac hin g . and recognizing outstanding service in the field of education. To this end Kappa Delta Pi invites to membership such persons as exh ib it worthy educationa l ideals , sound scholarship, and adequate personal qualificat ions. I t endeavors to develop a high degree of professional fellowship among its members. Beta Mu. our local chapter o f Kappa Delta Pi, has been a most active and live organization since the date of its founding. Beta Mu w as installed in the National Organization of Kappa Delta Pi on May 25, 1929. under the leadership of J. W. Tyler.

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In 193 1 the first Inter- Fraternity Banquet h eld on Peru Campus was s ponsored by Kappa D elta Pi Society. This b anq uet took place on Wednes day of Commencemen t W eek. I t is hoped tha t this will become a n established func tion. Every a lterna te year on e delega te from each chapter is enter tained a t the ann u a l convocation of the cha pters which meets at the time and p lace o f the meeting held by th e D epartme nt of Superintendents of the N. E. A. In 1930 the meeting w as held in Atlantic C ity. and Beta Mu Chapter was represented by Mis s H e len Kucera . In 1932 the meeting was held in W ash ington. D. C.. Miss Virginia McNeal representing Beta Mu. Th ese trips a r e partly fina nced by the National Organization. and make a direct contact between the local chapters a nd national executive h eads. (, '"t~

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THEN u C hapter of Kappa Om icron Phi was insta lle d in P e ru S tate Tea ch ers College on March 15. 1930. For the a lu mni members of the sorority th e Nu C hapter gave a luncheon a t Homecoming time. The Sorority has done much towards unify in g t he en tire Home Economics D epartmen t and with this pu rp ose in view e n te rta ined a ll of the girls taking a Home Economics course a t a picnic in the fa ll a nd a t Chris tmas time gave a par ty for th em .

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KAPPA S IGMA AL.P H.A w as .organized in th e spring of 1930. The purpose of the fra tern1ty 1s to s t1mulate sound scholars hip in the s tud ents of th e manual a rts depa rtment. This frate rnity is open only to those obta ining a ma jor in ma nua l arts. I t is essentia l to have at least 12 hours in the fi eld w ith high scho las tic gra d es. It fosters high id ea ls in workm a n s hip a nd fe llowship . During th e past sea son t h e fraternity h as presented to the s tud en t body a convocation program, by w hich th ey d emonstra te a nd expla ined th e va rious fi e lds in the ma nual a rts prog ram. It has a ssisted in publishing one edition of th e P e d agog ian a nd a lso a ssisted in s ponsoring a M. I. N. K. contest in ma nua l arts for the s urrounding high schools .

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ALPHA MU OMEGA. a Branch o f th e Na tiona l Coun c il o f M at h e m at ics T eachers. was esta blis hed as an honorary ma themat ics fra te rnity Ju ly 6. 1927. This College is mainta ined as an institutiona l me mbe r of th e Mathema tica l Association o f America by the fratern ity. Membership is determined by certa in sch olastic sta nd a rd s a nd t he comple tion of a required number of courses. Those active are me mbers of th e N ational Council o f M a thematics T eachers. The pu rpose of the fratern ity is to d evelop and p ro mote in te r es t in th e fi e ld of mathematics , to inspire future mathematics teachers and to a fford a n opportunity for the discussion o f s ubjects of mathematical interest not ordinaril y presented in the class room. The new mem bers whose pictures do not a ppear a bove a r e: Wilma Da lto n . Bernice H og ue. Cecil Caulk and V irg il Bu g bee.


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T HE College Catholic A ssociation . w hich was organ ized in 1906. has ser ved a r ea l purpose on the Peru Campus. It has affo rd ed a n opportuni ty for Catholic s tudents to hav e re ligious a nd soc ia l fe llowship toge the r. The C. C . A . is ver y active s ocia ll y a nd durin g the past year enjoyed ma ny par ties a nd picnics. M eetings a re h e ld every wee k in the C. C. A . room w hic h is located in the auditorium. The s po n sor o f the orga ni zation for the pas t three years has been D ean W. N. D e lze ll.

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President Vice-President Secretary Trea surer F ello wship Cha irman Program Cha irman Faculty Aduiser Fa culty Aduiser

M en 's C hris tia n Association with thirty-five student members has held weekly meetings wit h occasiona l socia ls. Emphasis has been placed on world r elations. Ex-Rabbi Goldman from Russia was presented a nd several fac ulty members addressed the group on disarmament and war. The organization spon sored the la rg est a nnual Father-Son banquet o f recent years. A new fea ture was the north west portion of the bulletin board being used throughout the year for world ed uca tio n clippin9s .


PERU DRAMATIC CLUB

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OFFICERS DoN NELSON . FLOREN CE MARTIN JEAN BLANKENSHIP AoA BRADY D. J . NABORS

President Vice-Presid ent Secreta ry Treasurer . Faculty Adv iser

pERU DRAMATIC CLUB, under the direction of Professor D. J. Nabors. has made real progress in the year 1931-1932. Th ere h as been a n attempt made to produce plays that are a little more difficul t. These p lays have proved to be not only attempts but successes a nd have paved th e way for the club and the audiences for even more difficult and worthwhile plays. HOMECOM ING PLAY

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President Secretary Facu lty Adu iscr Soph o more Sponsor

RowEl':A L oRIMOR MARJE CA NIGLIA R . L JNSTilOM OR VILLE BuEHLER

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. Preside nt Vice- President Secretary- Tr easurer Faculty Adu iser . Repo rter Sophomore Sponsor

FRA!':CES COPES L ORENE GALLOWAY --..B EULAH LJVJ!':GSTON MISS GRACE PETERSEN } OSEPHI!':E BRISSEY EDN A MAYSTRJCK PERSO NALITY CLUB

First Semester . Preside nt Vi ce-President Secretar y . Tre asurer Facu lty Aduiscr

FRANCES Y ODER FRANCis B uRLING . VERA ScHULEl':BERG } ANE SNIDER . Miss l oA MAE B RACK NEY

S econd Semester . Presid ent Vic e-Preside nt Secreta ry Trea s urer Sophomore Sponsor

PAULA BACKER . WILMA ALEXANDER E VELYN H OPL EY DELPHA Du NN GERTRUDE FLINN PERU

P LAY E R S

. Presiden t Vice-President Sccret anJ Trea su rer Faculty Adu iscr Senior Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor Sophomore Spon sor Sophomore Spon sor

LESA MA RY HuNT GEORGE H ASKi i'\S . TH ERESA BIERL MELVIN STEADMA N ELDON H AYWARD WILLIAM K NAPP • MARTHA McDouGAL KATH ERI NE BERGMAN CAROLINE CALDER A:-.:THOi'\Y ARTZ .

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ARTCRAFT CLUB

First Semester . President . V icc-President Secretary- Treasurer Faculty Adviser .

ELDA HAHN • DoROTHY ORGAN DORIS \VEIR • Mns. !NICE DuNNING

Second Semester . President V icc-President . Secretary- T rca surer Sophomore Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor

DORIS WEIR • DoROTHY ORGAN LAURA HICKSON • ELIZABETH SPRAGUE THERESA CLARK SCRIBBLERS CLUB

. President Vice-President . . . . Secretary Membership Chairman Program Chairman . Faculty Adviser Sophomore Sponsor

HAZEL NILES EvELYN DoBBs • HENRIETTA McNowN WILMA )Al\IES EuLA DoBSON . MRs. B. K. BAKER LORENE MOOTHART

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. President . Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer . Faculty Adviser Sophomore Sponsor

MARJORIE MENDENHALL RALPH CARSON • GwENDOLYN SissoN . MISS FRANCES HARVEY MILDRED jODRY CRA WOAD CLUB

. President . V icc-President Secretary- Treasurer . Faculty Adviser Sophomore Sponsor

HOWARD RIGGS . HANEY MILSTEAD DANIEL PAXTON • MR. ERNEST LORBEER EARL ANDREWS •

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ADA BRADY D oROTH Y WoRLEY HoLLIS HUTCH I NSON HELEN H ALL

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JEAN BLANKENSHIP MIRIAM McGREw MRs. I NICE DuNN I NG .

THE Girls' Club is a live and active organization open to each and every gi~l upon the campus. By uniting all of the women on th e ca mpus , this cluo aims to develop among them the s pirit of friendly unity, co-operation and love. The Girls ' C lub has done much to raise social and ethica l standards by its programs and policies. Not only girls ' social welfare is dealt with, but a lso financia l. The Girls· C lub funcl$ are loaned to help ~iris in their coll ege educat ion.

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19 19 by Miss Mattie Cook Ellis, the Dean of Women. Our present C lub st ri ves to fu lfi ll a ll of her expectatio ns for it. O ur an nu a l prom this year went " Colonial" honoring the bicentennia l o f George W as hi ngton's birthday.


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President Vice-President Secretary - T reasure r

BESSIE G ILLAN . MYRETA SuGDEN M ARY J ANE CASEY

THE purpose of this organization is to create a sense of u ni ty a nd fell owsh ip a mong the women, to promote and maintain the highest standards o f co llege life and to regu late a ll ma tters of studen t interest in the residence halls . The members of this council include two represen ta ti ves fro m ea ch Aoor o f the ha lls . two representatives chosen fro m each o f the fo ur ran ki ng classes by the resident body and one senior elected by the council at large. Several forward steps ha ve been taken this year in th e ma tter o f conduct. Some of the ma jor socia l activities sponsored by this orga niza tion hav e b ee n t he F a ll H a rves ter . H omecoming F estivities a nd the Spring Forma l.

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Alumni Lot

OFF ICERS

S. L.

CLEMENTS

L. B. MAn-iEws W . N . DELZEL L

President Treasurer Secretary

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January. 1932. the Peru Alumni Association deeded the West half of Block 206. Lots 7 to 12. in Neals a ddition to Peru. to the State of Nebraska. Th e property is to be known as the Alumni P ark. and is to be used for recrea tion a l purposes a nd as a s ite for an alumni building. O n October I. 1860. a U .S. P atent to Robert W . Frame was gran ted for a quarter-section of land known as S21. T 6. R 15 E. in Nemaha County. May 15. 1866. Mr. Frame deeded the property to Dr. John F. N eal. September 10, 1866 . Jo hn F . N ea l dedicated a portion of the property to be known as th e Nea l Addi t ion . Septembe r 8. 1866. Dr. Neal deeded block 206 to Joseph P. M artin. cons ide ration $85. 00. Janua ry 7, 1874. Joseph P. Martin deed ed th is block to his so n Perry Martin. At the d ea th of P erry Martin the property fe ll to his w ife. M at tie. and two sons. David Elliott and Fra nk. O n April 9, 1928, David Elliott Martin deeded the property to the Peru Alumni A ssoc iation. The Associa tio n and t h e School plan to la ndscape this property and ma ke it one more attractive s pot of the campus.

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OFFICERS- FIRST SEMESTER J oHN

FISHER

M ARJORI E Yo u NG

President Vice-Presid ent

GRACE PETERSEN

H ELEN GILBERT OPA L GROVER .

Secretary Treasurer

Facu lty Aduiser

THE Philomathean Literary S ocie ty w as beg un in 1869. Through a ll these years. it h as continued to be one of the most worthw ile. ac tive orga ni zation s on th e campus, a n d one of w hich the schoo l h as a lways been proud. The purpose o f P hilo is to deve lop th e socia l a ttributes of its members. The basis of th is d evelopment is in literary ac ti vities. a lth oug h it includes musical. dramatic. a nd executive abili ties as well.

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Secreta ry Treasurer

NEW MEMBERS TAKEN IN THE SECOND SEMESTER

FRAN cEs BuRLI NG R o BERT CARMICHAEL ALPJ-IIA CATANIA SA LLY CATANIA LEOTA D AVI S MARIA N DILLER Ros EM A RY DoLEJ S GE NEVIEVE DRAKE RuTJ-IEDA DYSART FLOREN CE FAIR C H I LD CA RL ER I C K SON V I V I AN HAWKIN S RuTH HA WX BY MILDR E D JoDRY

I NEZ LE FL ER LE N LOKEN PAUL M AXW ELL JoHN NEMAN DoRIS PE RRY WILLIAM PHILLI PS Ri c H ARD RozELLE DANA ScHNEIDER H AROLD STOLTZ MERTO N S u GDEN LEW I S THOMP SON M AX INE TRAUERN ICH T LEROY WEBB J A CK WEDER Q UI ST V IRGINIA MILST EAD

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OFFICERS- FIRST SEMESTER D o Ro THY W oRLEY E vA K IMSEY

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M ARJ O RI E KE L PE HESTER M cCoY

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NORW OOD

Treasurer Program Ch airman Faculty Aduiser

SIXTY years ago the Everett Literar y Socie ty was orga nized on the Peru campus a nd durin g the time since its ins tigation has shown a fin e spirit a nd has done many cons tructive thing s. The Society atte mpts to give each me mber experience that w ill a dd to his socia l poise. Any ta le nt a long a dramatic and musical line as well as lite rary is recogn ized a nd gi ve n an opportunity fo r ex pression. The prog rams a re built around th e a bilities of the various members of th e Society . D oRonrv W o RLEY

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OFF ICERS- SECOND SEMESTER BERNI CE EvELYN

L OVI TT SKE LTON

President Vi ce-President

Secretary T reasu rer

PI-IYLLi s Bu GBEE P A UL LA N DOLT

Program Chairman

LU CI LLE S T RATTON

THE a im of the S ociety in the plan for th e year's programs is to gi ve every member the privilege of appea rin g before the g roup. Th e membersh ip of th e Society is lim ited to seve nty - fi ve. Members a re c hosen and elected into the Society twic e during th e school year. Qualifications for me mbers hip a r e carefull y consid ered. Th e Everett Lite ra r y Society has add ed n ew h o nors to its name this year. An outs tanding achieveme nt of th e year was th e Everett play, "Take M y Ad vice." w hic h was directed by Don N elson. a m e mb er o f the Society. BERNICE LO VITT

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FLO REN CE M ARTI N BETTY PA NCAKE

M A RJ OR IE MENDE NHALL

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t h e co llege. Th e purpose of it is to bring the n ews of the ca mpus to the st ud en ts. The pa pe r has bee n apt ly n amed a nd has s ucceeded in making its co ntents h e of r ea l val u e to prospective teachers. Th e P e ru Norm alit c, the newspaper of the school when a Normal. "vas fol lowed in 1921 by the P edagogian w hen th e ins titution became a teachers college.

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Cla ss Managinr; Editor Organi::ation Editor Feature Edito r Humor Editor Art Editor Assistant Art Edito r M en 's Athletics Women' s Athletics Typis t Fa culty Aduiser

EvA K IMSEY . . H ARRIETT ANNE KINGSOLVER DoROTHY WoRLEY ZoE NICHOLAS GEORGE KuHL . PHYLLIS BuGBEE Jo HN FISHER EvELYN SKELTON EDNA MAE JoNES OR. A. E. HOLCH

THE work o f anoth er

PERUVIAN Staff h as been completed after cou n tless h o urs o f work and pleasure combin ed. Th e 1932 Staff has h ad the d istinc tion of building the silver anniversary ed ition . It has been inte r esting to trace the progress of P. S. T . C. in every phase of activ it y s ince t h e publication of the first PERUVIAN in 1908. The theme of the book this yea r is its "Silver Anniversary" and the editor s have attempted to carry out this theme in the cover and the opening a nd di v ision pages. If th e staff h as given you su ch things in t his volum e as will se r ve to recall th e year 1931- 1932 as it was spent in "Old Peru路 '-then it wil l feel that its purpose h as been accomp lished.

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f OR th e seco nd co nsecuti ve yea r the P eruvian K ey is bein g awarded to the m e mbe rs of th e S ta ff w ho con tr ibuted mos t toward the produ ction of the Annua l. Th e above peop le ' ve re chosen upon recomm endatio n by the Ed itor and th e Bu s in ess Manager. E va Kimsey. w h o was award ed a Key last year <'IS a mem ber of the 193 1 Staff . receives h onorable mention again this year. Th e e ntire S ta ff ha s coope rated in a ver y fin e ma nner and it is this atti t ud e th at brin gs abo ut th e bes t resu lts . True enoug h . mos t of the respons ibi lity fa lls upon the S taff members as far as production is concerned. b ut with out the cooperatio n o f th e entire s tudent bod y a nd fac ulty members s uch a publica t ion wo ul d not be possibl e. Th e Editor and B usi ness M a nager ta ke this op por tuni ty to tha nk the Staff m e mbe t·s fo r t h eir ready cooperation and in turn th e S taff w is h es to than k a ll those w h o h ave in a ny way a ided in the p ublica tio n of the yea rbook.

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M erri tt: "Dea r . do y ou know I' ve ha d something hesita ting on my lips for q uite a s pell?" H es ter: "Oh my! a nd you know how I ha te th ose little mustach es." C op: "So you saw the a ccident. Sir ? What was the license numbe r o f the car tha t k nocked this ma n dow n?" Pro f. Hill: ''I'm a fra id I've forgotten the numbe r, Sir . bu t I d o r emember no ticing that if it were multi plied b y fifty , the cube root of the prod uct w ould equa l the sum of th e dig its reversed. "

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T olly: " Captain , do you know all abou t the sea?" Captain: " Yes. Roscoe. F or thirty years I've fo llowed her. can I do for you ?" T o ll y: " I wa nt you to teac h me to make s tones skip."

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Knapp. Bob .

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Artcrafts E ngraving Co.

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Lincoln Liberty Life Ins. Co .

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Auburn C reame ry .

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Lincoln P a cking Co.

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Avenue S to re

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Mardis. 0. D.

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Banker's Life Ins. Co.

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Peterson Studio

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Peru Bakery

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P . S. T. C. Administration .

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Union Coal Co.

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Good. H . W.

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Greene's Ice Cream F actory

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W esser s & Son s

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In ter-Collegiate Press

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