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1837

EHUVI.Jl~ Annual Publication of the Student Body

PERU STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE PERU, NEBRASKA

Volume XXX


Bri 11 bo-i n.bcr Y C) l l

• The Initiation

··Somet hing n<:w and diffne n t ·· . . . That i,; a noble thought: Fro m timt· imnwmori;tl y<·a ri H•ok:-; h :l\·c aimed to preserve the yea r 's act i,·iti<·=-. re tl l'ct thl' ,-p irit oi the college, po r t ray th e s tudents <t nd tlw fa c ulty. and ::.c r Ye in years to come a s s timu lat ion for th e m<·n w ry. Seventy yea rs ha\'e st umbll'cl. to tt<' r ed. marched. run . and fl own by sin ce the fou nd i ng of this :-:.c h ool . The 193 7 PERC\' I :\:\' a ttempts to brin g \·o u in a 19.) 7 manner the school life of thi s sc,·enticth ,.~·ar. If thl'r l' i:-:. ;tn\· sem blance o f a theme in this y~·arbook. it i:-:. to k c'ep th e t ho ught before you that the p r esent is uph e ld by the developments of the p ast. The :-:.hadows of pa:-;t a c hi e,·ements loom behind o ur modern idea::. :tnd met hods.

• Pep Rally


The Can1pus Life of P. S. T. C. Waiting for the GaJne •

\\"i th in conventional divisions our school y ea r of 1936-3 7 is presented to you.

CoLLEGE

TRAINING ScHooL

STUDENT BODY

ACTIVITIES

FACULTY

ATHLETICS PERU SPECIAL

Comnzencemen t •


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The Music Hall


â&#x20AC;˘ "Dedication . . . . . . In appreciation of his faithful service to the student body, and as a token of our este em, for his untiring efforts to im,provc the college ... we gratefully dedicate to the R ef!,istrar of Peru Stat e T eachers College . Eldon Hayward, this, the 1937 PERU VIAN.


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The Training School


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wARREN ADA~IS

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DonOTIIY :\u .E :-:

Peru , X ebraska Industrial !l rts- 1/ist or y

Pi Gamma Mu; Epsilon Pi Tau; Chorus ; Track

A

rt -f:r~rly

1·;/r m rJI/rJr y

I:du r a t iu 11

:\rt C lub; \\'.:\ .·\.

THERON ATKTNSOl'

Mal vern, Iowa

Aubu rn . :'\(·l>ra -ka

In d ustrial Art s

8io loJ!.y

Epsilon Pi Tau ; Dram a ti ( Club; Tennis

Bc:ta Bet a lkt a : E p-i I " n I' i Tau

PAULINE AuE

Au c E .-\ u x rEH X e bra ~ k:t

Auburn, X ebra!'ka

Sa lem ,

Social Science

,If 11.1ir

Pi Gamma :vtu ; B e t a B e ta Beta ; Kappa Della Pi

Kappa D e lta l'i ; ! Jramatic Club; Sy mphonium: Cirl ~ C lub

ROBERT BADHA~[

COR II\:E BARl'T S :'\ t' IJra ~ ka

Omaha, ):ebraska

Ode ll ,

History

/ :dural iozz- G r<>J!.rtl plz y

Pedagogian

Kappa Delta Pi ; Pi Gamma Mu ; Sigma Tau IJl'lta; :\ lph a E rudil o; Philo; Gi rl,.; Club ; Y.\V.C.A.

J. WILLIA~[ B URKE

:'\cbra ~ ka

Bridgeport , X ebraska

P eru.

Social Science

J\t!usic

Alpha Psi Omega; Dram a ti c Club ; Peruv ian

Kappa D elta Pi ; Pi Gamma Mu; Sy mphonium ; C horu ~: Orchc, lra

ROBERT CHRISTIAN

14

RuTH CHATELAJK

RoNALD CLARK

Peru , )iebraska

Burchard , .:'\ebra !'ka

bzdustrial Arts

Music-Ed ural io 11

Phi Lambda Alpha; Football; Track

Philo; S y mphonium; Choru s ; S tudent Advisory Cou n cil

·


8en.i ors LuENA CooK

BELLE ED\\'ARDS

l\hLDRED FIDlER

P eru , ::'\cbra:< ka

Sa lem. ::'\.::braska

P eru . ::'\ebraska

His tory

Biolog y

S ocial Science

Kappa Delta Pi: S i!!ma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma l\lu : Girl~ C lub ; S tudent :\d\'i!'ory Council

Kappa Delta Pi; Girls Club; \'.\\".C ..·\.

Philo

THEL:\L-\ CROOK

LA\\'RE!'CE £:-.UGH

}.-\NE HACKETT

Elm Creek . ::'\cbra"ka

Sabetha. Ka n5as

l~lt-nu· ll tlln'

Hist ory

Physical Education

Kappa Delta Pi: Gi rl~ Club;

Pi Gamma l\lu

K appa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma Mu; \V.:\.:\ .

Shenandoah. lo11·a

\'.\\'.C.:\.

RUTH HO\\'E

Wymore.

EVELYN ]O NES

~('bra >ka

Co mmera Kappa Delta Pi; S igma Tau Delta; :\lpha Ps i Omega; Ora malic C lub: Pcnn·ian

VIRGI NIA j OHNSON

Omaha , Nebraska

E11glish Kappa Delta Pi ; Si:-:ma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Lambda Delta Lambda; Philo; :\1pha Erudito; Girl s Club ; Pcrul·ian

RITA K I NG

\\'ymore. ::'\cbraska

Edgar. ::'\eb raska

.llusic

Educatio11

Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta; Dramatic Club; :\lpha Mu Omega: :\I p h a Erudito; Chorus; Symphonium

Y.W.C ..·\. ; \\'.:\ ..-\.

FRIEL KER NS

DELl\lE R KINNETT

Humboldt. ::'\cbra;;ka

Exeter , ::'\ebraska

Histo ry Pi Gamma Mu; Epsilon Pi T au; Socia l Committee

Social Scie11ce

Pi Gamma Mu; Track

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VIVIA!\ LnrnERT

WAY!\E LAVERICK

S prin t!~ - ~t-lll·a ~k a

Cambridge, ::\cbra!'ka

ll ltH·

Commerce

Matlrematirs

J-: 11 J;fi 1/z

Sigma Tau Delta; Alpha Mu Omega; Dramatic Club; Girls Club ; Pedagogian

Alpha ;\1 u Omcf!a

Dramatic C lub: .-\lpha Eru dito : Sy mph •mium: ( : irl ~ Club

]A~IES LARSON

\\'JLLI S L U DI!\CTO!\

Dnt~ O T IIY :\L\YSTtHCK

:\rapahoe, ::\ebraska

Syracuse, ::\ehra:::ka

Om;th a .

Indu strial Arts

P/zyJical Scir ncr

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Kappa Delta Pi; Epsilon Pi Tau ; Alpha Mu Omega ; Lu theran Club

Fleta Beta Beta; Lambda IJclta Lambda; Phi Lam bda :\lpha ; Footbal l ; Basketball ; Track

Kappa I ){·Ita l'i: S ig ma Tau I kit a: :\I ph a Eru cli to: Dra mat ir Club: O t-c lw ~ t t·a

GRETCHEN MILLER

Rulo, ::\ebraska

YlERRILL PENl\EY

~t-bra ~ ka

1-:t! u ra 1i o 11

LEO l' t-:TR I ~ c bra ~ ka

Beatrice, ::\ebraska

(;a .-land.

En glish

Ilist or y

Hiol og y

Kappa D elta Pi ; Sigma Tau Delta ; Alpha Psi Omega; Dramatic Club ; Everett; \V .A A.; Pedagogian

Pi G a mma M u ; Beta Beta Beta ; Everett; Ba s ketba ll ; Track

Beta Beta B et a : Lambda De lta LamiHia

DoROTHY PARKER Nebr~ ka

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CII,\HI.O"l"TJ·: :\1 ,\RTJ:-.:

::\emaha, ::\ebraska

City, ::\cbraska

} AMES PERDUE

Auburn , ::\ebra:::ka

\\"IJ. Lii\l\1 I'L U C' K NETT

De\V itt. ~ e l>ra ~ ka

History

Hist or y

.~I at hnn a t ics-C lrnnisl ry

Philo ; Girls Club

Kappa Delta P i ; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Lambda Alpha ; Dramatic C lu b; T ennis

S igma Tau Delta ; Alp h a Mu Omega: L ambda Delta Lambda; Alph a Eru dito ; Y.M .C.:\.


C.-\L\ ' 1~ REED

s,·ra r u.-t· . .': t·hr a, k a

Dnu~la,.: .

.':ebra:oka

.lf lllht' lllllf i( .\

.1/,i/hr m alirs

:\l pha :\l u Onw~ : t: Y .:\ 1 C.A .

Lambda Delt a Lam bd a : .-\ lp ha .\lu Omr~a: :\lpha E ruclito ; Socia l Commit t ee : \' .:\I. C.A .

.-\ RTHt.:l~ R E \'~ O LDS

Ill-a t rin· . .': t•bra,ka

Fai rbur~ · . :-\ ebra~ k a

t·:lnunz/<11'.\' J:du(a/iou

H is/or)'

l' i (;amma :\lu: Philo: Gi rb C lub: Y.\\' .C.:\ .

:\J u; Phi L ambda Alph a;

Ka ppa Delta Pi; Pi Ga mma \' ..\ I.C .:\. : F oo t ba ll; Track

\\'.-\ YI' E RIGGS

Shu b ert . .': chra :<ka

}O SE P H I~E ROGERS

J ohn;;on. :'\ebra ska

JudzPirial .·l rt s

Englisii

Ep:d lo n P i Tau : P hi Lam bda

Sigma Tau Delta: Alpha P 5i Omr~a: D ramat ic C lub: Girls C lub

,.\J p h a ;

F oo l h all : Ba ~kc l h a ll :

Tra ck

G E N F.V.-\ S Ar\ T HOF F

RI C HARD S H ER:\L-\ f\

\\' ymo rc. :-\eh ra:<ka

S tr lla. :'\cbraska

Co lll l ll t' rr r.

Pl1 ysiral S,-il' l l l'f

Ka ppa Delta Pi: .-\ I ph a .\lu Qmc1-!a: Phi lo ; G ir l " C l ub: Y .\V.C.:\.

Phi lo : \' ..\1 .C ..-\.

DoROT H Y S T EVEI'SON

.-b ros SuLLIVAN

.-\ u b u rn . .':cbra:-:ka

Rocb ·i ll c. :-\ebraska

Eu .~ lis h

Biolog y

Si1-!ma T au Delta ; Girls Club

Beta Beta Beta ; Alpha Erudito: P cd a1-!ogian ; Foot ball

GERALD T YLER

Peru , .': cbra.ska

L YDTA MAY W H EELER

:\emaha. :'\cbraska

Judu slrial.·l rl s

E1z glish

Ep!<ilo n Pi T a u

Kap pa D elta Pi ; Sigma T au Delt a: :\lpha M u Omega ; Pi Gamma Mu : .-\l ph a Erudito; Drama tic C lu b: Y .\V .C ..-\.

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Per u, :'\chra, k a B a ~ k c tba II

Choru s ;

: Tra ck:

T cnni!'

SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES Do NOT APPEAR CARL B ALTE NSPERGER,

EvANGELINE BYRA.\1,

Nebraska City L uciLLE BROOKS, jOE BuR NHAM,

D ecal ur Peru

MARY DALLAS HARRI S,

Falls City

Lincolu

CEc iJ. j oHI'SOI',

Verdon

MERRITT THOR NH ILL ,

P eru

HE='RY KEJ.J.OCC,

i\"1'/Jras /w City Odell

: \liB IE :\lcC J !':LEY.

FLOYD ~ J l':CEIIJ路: J. sER,

P eru

PosT GRADUATE STuDENTS H usTON KI I'GSOLVER,

Peru

A.K.LoNGFELLOw,Pe ru

Prru

ELEAI' OR l\lAJ O RS,

J uNIORS WHosE PICTURES Do NoT APPEAR L EWIS CALLAHA N, ELGIA CoNWELL,

Tabor, Iowa

Panama

EvANGEL Y N CoRNELL,

Lincoln

Adams

0MAR GoTTULA,

Shenandoah, Iowa PANSY

L.

McHALEY,

D awson

HowARD MILLER,

] ACK HAZELTON,

Peru

GLADYS NELSON,

Peru

MARY H u GHES,

Auburu

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ORVILLE P uc H,

P eru

ERNEST R A wsoN,

KATHRY N LYNN,

joE H ALTERMAN,

I sABELLE H AYS,

Peru

THELMA LINDSTROM,

P eru

Peru Omaha

j AMES OPPENHEI M ER,

Farragut, I owa

P eru

FRA NC ES STE PHEN S,

C allege Springs N e braska City

路MINNIE T A YLOR, lVIARIE \VIEN C KE,

Auburu

MAREE ~; ILLIA:vrs. HELEN ~-ILSO N ,

Peru

1\"e braska City


BERNARD BAR ISi\S

FRED BROC K:'IlAN

ZELDA C.-\R:'IIIKE

Om aha. ::\'ebras ka

E lmwood. !'\cbraska

E lk C reek. :'\ebraska

Jnd ustrial..Jrt s

Jn du.strial..Jrt s

Elementary Education

Eps ilon Pi T au ; C.C.:\ .; Phi Lambda .-\ l p h a ; Football ; Ba ~ k e t ball; T rack

Epsilo n Pi T a u: Beta B e t a Beta: .-\l pha E rudi to

\L-\ .:\.

RAY BEA:'II ER

BERl'\I CE B usH

DoRrs Co:-:\YELL

Pawnee. :'\ebraska

Tecumseh . :'\ebraska

Pana ma . :'\cbraska

Matlrrm atirs

Early Elnn cntary Education

Ea rl !路 Elementary Education

Philo; Chor us: Y .l\'l. C.:\.

Early Elcmen try Club: Episcopal Club: Girls Club :\V .:\.:\ . ; Band: Orclll'Sl ra

Alp h a Erudito: Early Elementa ry C lub: .-\rt Club : Philo; G irls Club: Perlagogian

BLANCI-IE FR EL\l AN

R o rmwr,\ Co w E LL

R osELYN EJCKl\l ANN

P eru. :'\ cbra!:-ka

Bea t r icc. :'\ cbraska

Bell cn1e.

Com m rrrr

Educat ion

Co mm erce

.-\rt Cl u b

Girls Club ; Luth e r a n Club ;

Symp honiu m: Girls Club ; \\' ..-\ ..-\ .: Pcr u,路ian

\V ..-\ ..-\ .

ELDRED DouG LAS

GERALD FicHTER

:\ eb ra ~ ka

::VI ARY K ATHRYN H ANLAN

T ecumseh , :'\cbraska

Farragut. I owa

Peru.

Ph ysical Srir ncr

Commcrrr

F.n glish-Sorial Srir n rr

Phi Lambda .\l pha; Foot ball ; Basketba ll : Track

Dra matic Club ; E\路crctt

Sigma T au I>clta; .-\l ph a P ;;i Omega: D rama! ic Cl u b: G irl ~ Clu b : Orchestra

:\ c br a~ka

l C)


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R UTHHASTlE

I . 1 r. r. r. \ :-: I I t · '

H J L KA H EJ..\IIO C' II S

1 I' 1 t 1n. \'

Auburn , :'\cbraska

W y mo re. :\c b ra-ka

Early Elenw zl ary Educatio11

II is/111 \'

I·:.~rt,

\ul ourn . :-;,.J,r.<-k .l

Girls Club

K appa J) c l t a l' i : l. ut lw ra :1 C lub ; G irl- Cl u b

K .1 ppa l lt·lt :t l ' 1: 1-: , -,.,-,.tl: :\ r t: -;~ mph .. n ium. <i irl- (' lu ll : 1-: :t r h t-: I,. n11· n 1 :1 r ~ (' lu h ;

I·:t. m.., /I,Jr\'

1-:dtt r<~t iou

\\' \ .\

j OH N H ECK

:\c b ra:- ka C i t v . :\l' IJra - ka

Peru, :\cbraska

!·>lu ra/ i" "

S ocial Scim ce

l~ ll· m '' ll lllr y

P i Gamma Mu ; Phi La mbda Alpha ; St ud e n t A d v is o r y Council ; Ba nd ; T ennis; Pcd agogian ; Peruvia n

K a ppa l k lta P i: Sy mplwn ium: \' .\ \' .C .:\ . : E n· rl'tt Ciir lC iul•

~ hul .. ·r t

. :\ ,·t.r :t-k:t

Hiolo "y B l'l :t H l'l :t H l'l:t

1"'

M AXINE } ARVI S

RAY K E L L OGG

:\c brask a C it y . :\ c h ra ~ k a

F a i r b u r y.

Music

C omm erce

P lzy siru l S rir >tn·

D ra matic Club; Philo ; G irls Club ; Symphonium ; Orchestra; Y.W.C.A.

E ver ett ; C ho r w<

P h i L a m b d a A l ph a : Trac k

Beatrice, Nebraska

E RWIN } UIL FS

Cook, Nebraska

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'W AYN E L I N DB ERG

S he na ndoa h. Io w a

::'-: c br a~ k : t

J x :viE S 1\l c.-\ L L! S T E R

Dunbar.

::'-: e b r a ~ ka

M atlz ematics

Biolo gy

Clt t• misl ry

Kappa Delta Pi ; Ar t C l u b ; Alpha Mu Om eg a ; Alpha; E rudito; Luthera n C lub

T ra ck

L a m bda D c lt :t Lambd a: Alph a M u O m c l! a : .-\ lp h a P s i Om ega ; Dra mat ic C l ub


DEA · l\lcCoR~rrc K

\'I\'I.-\1': l\I c KL\DIEY

Sy racuse. ::\ eb rask a

Fai r bury. ::\e braska

f lldus lrial..lrl s

.llusic

Phi Lambda Al p ha: Football : Ba ~ketball: Track

Kappa Delta Pi; Dramatic C l ub ; Y.\\".C.A. : \\'.:\.:\ .. Sy mphonium; .-\lpha Erudito; St udent Ad\·i so n· Cou ncil: Band ·

\\"i i':lFRED MAJORS

l\1.-\Xll\:E l\l ETC.-\LF

Enciicott. ::\ ebraska

Beat rice. ::\ eb ras ka

Music

Homc Eco11o mics

Philo: Symp h onium: Girb Clu b

Kappa Omicron Phi; Dramatic Club: E\·er ett: Chor us: \' .\\·. C.:\ . : \\'.:\.:\.

l\IABEL MITCHELL

l\1.-\RY ELIZAB E TH l\l uRPHY

Auburn . ::\ebraska

Sidney . I owa

J~ a rly

E11glislr

Elrmmlary Educatio 11

Ea rly Elementary Club; Girl,; Club

S igma Tau Delt a: Dramatic Club: E\·erett: G irl s C l ub: .-\lpha Eruct ito; P cd a!.!ogi:-tn: \'.\\'.c ..-\ .

CHARLES PARNELL

Peru. ::\ebraska

GEl':EVIVE PARRIOTT

Dawson. ::\cbraska

E11 glislr

H o mr Eco11omics

Sig-ma Tau Delta ; Alpha P s i Omeg-a ; Dramat ic Club; Chorus ; Orche s tra ; Y.M .C.A.; P edagog-ian

Alpha Eruciito: Y .\\" .C..-\ .

Lours PASCAL

Weston ,

~eb r aska

!llathrmalics Physical Scinz ce

Lambda Delta'Lambda; Alpha Mu Omega; Alpha Erudit o

DORIS PRICHARD

Falls City. ::\eb raska

ALFRED PAUL

M a haska. Kan;;a s C o mmercr

Lutheran C lu b: dito: \'.M.C.A .

Alpha

Eru -

HAROLD PRICHARD

Fa ll;; City.

::\ehra~ka

Lali11

History

Alpha P si Omega; Dramatic C lub ; G irls C lu b; Soc ial Committee; \\'.A.A.; Y.W .C . A . :

Pi Gamma Mu: .- \lpha P si Omega; Alpha Mu Omega: Dramat ic C lub: \' .M .C.A .

Pcdat.ro ~ian

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j oEL PuNCHES

E u zAnET II :\ :-.;:-.; R A:>;ZA :'\c hr a ~ ka

Wymore, Nebraska

Oma ha.

Ph ysical Scie11ce

J:lr m n ztary Frlu rat ion

Phi La mbda Alpha; Football; Basketba ll ; T rack

C.C.:\.

M ARTIN RocKWELL

Art C lub : (;i r l• C lul>: \\' ..\ .:\. ;

R AL PII SC II O I.I. :'\ c h ra ~ k a

Humboldt , :\leb raska

Julian.

Clzemistry-Biolo gy

f lldzHi r ial .·l rt ~

Lambda Delta La m bda; Beta Beta Beta; C.C.A .

Ep s i l on l' i T a u : Ch n r u,; T rack

A:-.; I TA SEARLE

1-: L,\I :>;E S H A FE R :'\ l'h r a ~ k a

Fort Crook, :'\cbraoka

:'\l: ma h a.

Eu[ilish

J: lz [i lish

Sym phonium; W . :\ . A. ; Pcd ·

Kappa I Jelta l' i: S i!.! m :t T au IJc lt:t: I Jram at ir C lu J,: Cirl ~ C luh : Y . \\'.C. :\ .: Orclw~t r:t ; Pcd a )!Ogian

a!!o!!ian

] ERO~I E SNYDER

:\ra pa hoe, :'\cbrask a

ll l'd fo r d. Iow a

.\[ athematics

Physiral I: dural ion

Dra ma t ic Club; Sy mph onium ; Ba nd; Orchest ra

Fo ot ha ll : Ba,kl'l hall : Tra ck ; Band

'M ARJOR IE S TEVENSON

R IC H ARD T u R KER

Auburn , Nebraska

Du Roi,.:. :'\ c hra~ ka

E11glislt

.\l u sic

Sigma T a u Delta ; Dramati c Cl ub

Phi Lambd a Alpha ; Orc h c·, t r:t ; C horus ; Tra c k

WALTER W ATKI NS

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T ecumseh , :'\cbraska

Pawn ee Ci t y . :'\e b ra!"ka

Commerce

C lzrmi:, l ry

:\lpha Mu Omega

Lambda Del l a Lambda ; Bela Ret a Beta ; :\ lpha M u Om ega


§uniors

" 'ILLIS \\"I RTH

l\Jli .DRED \\'EST

l\IARY PAULI!':£ YOU!':G

Pawnct• City . :\ehra:;ka

Dun b:n. :\ebraska

Julian. :\ebraska

1:11glislt

Biolog y

Early Elt'm l'llfary Educatio11

Sigma Tau lklta

Beta Beta Beta : :\ 1p h a i\l u Omega: .·\ lpha E r udito

Sigma Tau Delta: Dramatic Club: G irl:; Cl u b

EvEL Yi'\ \YrL L L·\:VS

FREDERIC K \\·oLTER

Pe ru. :\ebra:;ka

Ohiowa. :\ebraska

:l rl

Physical Scie11cc

:\ rt Club

Lambda Della Lambda: Beta Bela Bela; :\lpha :\I u Omega : :\lpha Erudito: Banet : 0 r ch eslra ; P eru \'ian

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MARY ACORD

:'\c:h ra ~ka

J ulian.

Physical Education

Commerce

.\f ,Jtlu ·IH il l i r·,

Ka ppa Omicron Phi ; \V.A .A.

Kappa Omicron Phi: :\I ph a Erudito ; Chorw'; Y.\\' .C. A.

l' hi l. aml,da :\ lph:t: F n., tball;

EDA ALLEN

R ussEL

Pcdaccn.d; rn

R\ I LEY

:'\emaha, ).iebra.>ka

Dc\Vitl. :'\cbra, ka

T l·,·um-l'il. :'\ehra ,ka

History

J!istnry

/-:/1'1111 ' }/ /1(1'_\' J-:tltll' lllill ll

Girls Club

Phi Lambda Alpha; F"" tball: Ba~ k c tha ll ; Tra ck

\\' .:\ .:\ . : \' .\\.. C. :\ .

H AROLD BOADfAN

IJ rama t ic

('lui,:

C: ir l,;

D , \1. 1-: BRI DCE \\' AT I-:R

BERTIE Boo:\r

Xcma ha, Xebra,ka

Omaha. Xcbraska

Industrial Arts

Early Elem entary

Industrial Arts; Philo; Track

Sigma Tau De lta; Philo ; Girl s C lub

] EA · BoGGEss

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NlAXI !'\E :\ U FE>:K,\:\I P

Farrag ut, Iowa

Beatrice . :'\l'lna,ka !~ducat ion

] OI·l N BOYER

f :llgli.l//

Phi Lam lH ia :\ l pha ; F oo tball ; Tra c k

] E,\ .1'\ :'\:E BURGNER

Lincoln , . cbraska

Bridgeport. Xehraska

F a l l~

Early Elem entary Education

Hist ory

II i .1/ ory

Art Club; Ea rly Elementary Club; Philo ; Girls Club

Footba ll

P h il":

City . :'\l'hra" ka Girl ~

Club

C lub;


dopho1nores P .-\ T RI C I .-\ CAS EY

J uh n ,on.

:\ehra~ k a

EutER CL.-\REY

Bl'IIC\'ltc.

:\ cbra~ka

1 J111i11 r !l ig lz J·:dut"tll i l'll

f lldu stri ul .-lrls

:\ I ph a E r u rl i to ; Dr am at i c C lu b; Girl ; C lu h; Soci:d Cnm miltl'<·: \\' .:\ .:\ . ; Ordll':' lr:t

Beta Beta Beta; Ba;:k ctball; Track

] o 11:-: CoLLI:-:

How.-\RD D E.-\ :-:

:\ u hu r n. :\ L" hra; ka

Lincoln. :\cbraska

Clzl' llli., fry

Special

l'h iln; \' .:\ I .C.:\ .

Phi La mbda :\l pha: F ootball; Ha :'kct ba ll

Er...\1:--:E D ono Ranrlo li . lo\\·a

:\L\ RL y:-; El':GD.-\HL

Ong. :\cbra ;:ka

J:,n·/y r :l r llll'lli ll l',\' J·: du(<Ji i o ll

H isto ry

:\rt C lu b; Earl~· Elrnwnlary Club; Girl ' Clu b; Soria ! Com m iII Ct' ; \ V ..-\ .:\.

Pcda!!ogian: Social Co mmittee·; Track

C J.,\1~.-\ EYHE

Oma ha , ::-Jcbraska J:llglisfl

S igma Tau Ur i! a: .\!pita l':'i Omega; Dra mati c Club: P erl-

:\lAxi:--: E G.-\LBR.-\ITH Fairbury. :\cbraska Co mm rrcc

Philo : Chorus; P eclagogia n

.tgogian

GORDON GILBERT

Brock. :\cbraska Chn11 i st ry

:\lpha Mu Omega; .-\lph a Eru dito; Dramatic Club; Chorus

MARY GRUSH

\ . ERD.-\ Gll':GRICH

Fa ir tield. :\ebraska .llatlz r malics

:\lpha .\1 u Omega; :\lpha E ru dite; Band ; \V ..-\ .:\ .; Y.W .C.:\.

BERT H ALL

Fall s City , :'-Jebra!'ka

Omaha . :\cbrask a

P/1 vsiral Science

f'l• y siwl Educatio11

:\lpha Mu Omega; Y.\V.C. :\.

Phi Lambda :\lpha; Football; Ba;krtba ll ; Track ; P cclagogia n

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EL E A::>;OR HE :O.l l'llll.l. :\ cb r a ~k a

Salem, l\ebraska

Ell is.

Elem e11tary Educat ion

1/o m r J:rollii /1/IC '

Ka ppa Om i c: r <~n !'hi: S igma Ta u IJclta : l> ramati c C luiJ ; Cho r u,: : (;irl - Cl ul,

] oHr-; H oBAK Stella, :\cbraska

J u KE H os KJ::>; S

H ambu rg. Io wa

Special

II U IIU' I: rono m in

Phi Lam bda Alpha; F ootball ; Basketball ; Track; C.C.A.

Girl,; C lub : \\. ..-\ .:\ .

AUDREY } ARVIS

D ORRI E j O ::>;E S

:\cmaha , l\cb raska

.-\uhu r n. :\cl,ra,k :t

Elenzwtary Educatio11

Sprc ial

Early Elementa ry C lub ; Art cra ft

Pcdat!oJ.,::ian

AILEEN K ELLy

j ohnson , l\cbras ka Commerce

J·:le m l' ll ltlry J·:rluozliun

Everett ; G i rl ~ Club; C.C.A.; Pedagog ian

:\lp ha Erudito : ( ; i rl ,: C l u l, ; \ L-\ .A.

GLADYS KRUSE

ARLI-:KE L\:'>lBERT

Unadilla , l\ebraska

:\ema h a. :\cbrask a

Elem entary Education

E.le m n zl ary Education

Y.W.C.A.

Al p ha E r ucli to: C luh

MARJORIE LAM MERS

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.vl cCoo l Jun ct ion. :\cl ,ra,ka

Phi lo : G irl,

HEL E I'\ MARGAR E T L .\ R SOI'\

Fairbury, l\eb raska

Peru , ;:\ c b ra.•k a

English

il'/usic

Girls Club; Al pha Erud it o; W .A.A .; Pedagogian

Alpha P.si Omega: D ramatic Club ; Sy mphuni um : Orc h es tra ; Cho rus


Sophomores J u:-~ws ~IcCowAN

RoY LIVELY

~l ARY l\L\TTHE\\'S

Falls City. :'\ehrao'ka

.-\ uburn. :'\ebra; ka

BrO\\'nYille. X cbraska

Industrial :Iri s

Physical F.duratio n

Early Elem ent ary Educatio n

S ~· mph o nium;

lb nd; Orche;;t ra

Phi Lambda :\lpha : Football ;

Dramatic Club : Girls Club ;

Pt•dagogi:In

Orche~lra

ROBERT ~1.-\ SON

l\L\RC.ARET LORI\I OR

MARJORIE l\l EKDEHALJ.

Farragut. lo\\'a

Rro\\'m·ille. :'\cbraska

Da\\'son. Xcbraska

J:arly f:lt·nll'ntary !:dura tio n

.lfat h r matirs

Early Elcmflrtary F.du rat io n

Philo; Early

El r m c nt:u~·

Club

GEORG E ~\I OR T

DELBE RT :\ELSO);

Sc\\'ard . :'\cbraska

Edgar. :'\cbra>ka

Peru. :'\cb ras ka

E1r{!,lish

H isto ry

Mat he mal irs

Si!!ma Tau Della ; .\l pha P si Omega; Dramatic Club ; .\1ph a Erudi l o ; Philo

Ph i Lam bd a .-\lpha ; Football

.\l pha lVI u Omega

\\' tLLIAM M OO NEY

l\1.-\RGARETl\fURPHY

R UTH :\'ICHOLAS

Oma ha , :'\eb rask a

Tecumseh. Xcbraska

DeWit t. :'\cbraska

Social Scil'llrr

C O IIIIII Crcr

Early Elrmnrtary Educatio n

Symphon ium ; Ch oru;;; Episcopal C lub ; T enn is

Dramatic Cl ub ; Girls Club

Earl~· Elementary Club; EY cretl ; G irls Club ; C horu s; \\'..\ ..\ . : Y.\V.C.A.

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ELEAKOR NIDIANN

KIEHl PARKER

Rockford. :-:ebraska

I:.:lli-. :\'eiJra::ka

Music

Biology

Co mm rrn·

Symphonium ; Girls Club

Basketball ; Track; Pcdar:or:ian

:\lpha Eru d ito: I' hi I o: C lub

MILDRED PARLI

LORE NE 0TTE

Humboldt , :\'eb ra~ k a

Ba rtlctt. Iowa

Early Elementary Education

Early Elemell/ ary !:ducat icm

Spr·rial

Alpha Erudito; Girls Club

Early Elemen ta ry C lu b

Philo ; \ V .:\.A .

BARBARA QuiLLER

R ALPH/\ R AKDO LF :\' c bra ~ ka

Stella, :.Jcbraska

Omaha, :\'ebraska

S hube rt.

E11glish

Art

llist or y

Sigma T au Delta; Alpha Psi Omega; Dramatic Club; Alpha Erudito; Student Advi s orv Council ; Band; Chorus; Pedagogian

Phi lo; G irls C lub

Artc r aft ;

WILLIAM PLATENBERG

MAXINE R AN DALL

G irl ~

LI LITII l'IER C'E

Sidney, Iowa

] EAKNE PLASTERS

2S

E r.s iE j EA:-.: l' ERRY

Brock, :.Jebraska

G irl ~ C lu b

; \' .\\' .C .A .

EDITH RA \\'SO!'\

Harlan, Iowa

Oma ha. !\:cbraska

Peru. :"cbras ka

Speech

M at lzem al ics

I~IP 111 1'11/ary

Student Advisory Co unci I ; Basketba ll : T rack; Pcdagogia n

Girls Club ; W .A.A.; C ho r u:<

\' .\\'.c.:\.

J;:d urnt in11


8op ho1nores BE:\JA:.IIK S H ELDO:\

:\uhurn.

:-\o: h ra ~ k a

!lis/nry Choru ~ :

Prrci,·al. I owa E,·crctt: Football : BJ:<ketball:

Lut lwran Cluh

\\' u .nERT S HI ELDS

Ta lmage. :-\L·hra:: ka

Track: \' .:\!.C.:\.

:\ 1':K E L OU ISE S H ORT

Ara pa hoe. :-\cbra;;ka

Plrysirul F;dur fll io n

En glish

Phi Lamhcla Alpha: Footb:ll l

Ph ilo : :\lp hJ E r u d it o : Girls Club: Y .\V .C.:\ .: Pedago:;:iJn

R I C JJ,\ RD S LAG LE Fa ll ~

C ity. :-\ehraska

.-\ KK I E LAU RIE S:.nTH

Sh ubert. ::\ cbra;:ka

.1/al/r r mal irs

E11 glislz

Drama t i c Cl uh : Y.M .C.:\.: Orc h c~ l ra

B e t a B e t a B e ta ; \\' .:\..:\.: i:.\\'. C. :\ . : Girl!: Club: Pedat::n:;:ain

RonERT S N YDER

:\uburn ,

:-\cbra~ ka

.If allrt•nwl irs

R UTH S UTORIUS

H u mboldt. ::\c braska .Ifatlrr mal ics Alpha i\lu Omc:;:a; Alpha E rudito : G irl~ Clu b: Y .\\' .C.:\.

CA:.IERON SwEENIE

i\I AYRE B ETH TA NGE~IA N

S prin,:!fi cld , :-\ch raska

Aub urn.

Mallr r malirs

En glish- H istory

Alp h a Erurl it o

Alpha Erudito; \V.:\..A.

l\li\RGARET

V i\ NC E

:--l cb ra~ k a

R OBERT \\'EBER

Omaha , :-\ cb ra~ k a

Humbold t. ::\cbraska

E arly Elrmr nl ary E d u ralion

Social Scir11cP

Philo ; E a rly Elementary C lub: Girls C lub : C h o ru ~

:\l pha Psi Omct::a: Dra mat ic C l u b; Cho rus: Orc h e>t r a: Y.M .C.A.

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Sophomores CHARLOTTE W EDERQUIST

l',\UL \\.ESTBHOOK

Malvern, I owa

Junior High Education

Dunbar. ::\ciJra"ka .'iprrial

Philo; \V .A.A.

Trac k

ARLENE WHITNEY

GLE::--:N Y o::--:T

H umboldt, ::>lcbraska

Broc k. ::\ciHa!'ka

Elementary Eduwtion

P/1 ysiral Srirno路

Girls Club; Y.\V.C.:\ .

Be ta Bet a Bl"la; :\lpha l\l t: Omega; :\lpha J路: r uclito; EYc rett

L ou i sE YouNG

Brownvi lle, ::\ cb ra~ka Elementary 拢ducat ion Early Elementary Club

SoPHOMOREs WHOSE PICTURES Do NoT A PPEAR GRAYDONASHTON, Lo~on

:.VIERVI N BJORK,

Ong

Fairbury CHAPPI N, Falls City

ELEANOR CAMPBELL, WILLIAM

LEROY CHRISTENSEN,

Harlan, I owa Peru ROBERT D AVIS , Brock JA NE D RESSLER, Omaha BuRTON EvANS, Shubert

::viARJORY CoATNEY,

R oBERT EvA NS,

Hiawatha, Kansas EILEEN FEY, N ebraska City ERWIN FREUHLING, Auburn 30

MARY GoRDON,

Omaha Brownville J oHN H oRTON, Salem MAXINE K ECHEL Y, Odell LoRENA LEE, Sioux City, I owa

DALLAS ="JELSON, Ollg

ARLENE H AM IL TON,

Auburn Omal!a. .-\RLENE ::\TINCF.HE L SER, B1路oc k ::\ EDRA Pmcoc K, Fa ir/nt1..y

::\OR:VIAN LITTRELL,

E uGENE R owAN,

Nebraska City Peru STANLEY MAGI LL, Falls City Tm1 MAJORS, Peru KENNETH MANN, Hmn b olt BEATRICE MILL, Ponca L ESTER M osELY, Ong LILLIAN MciNINCH,

ETTA ="JEUNADER , FLOREN CE NEvE,

N ebraska City G LENN SHEELY ,

Elk Creek

N emaha TR EMA I N, AI alrolm

J ACK SNYDER, LA U RENCE

I RENE \ VEATHERFTELD , Aubun~ ;.VI ARIE \ VEL LE NSIE K , BETH \VH ITWELL ,

Lorton

P eru Peru

~VhLDRE D WILLIAMS,


Jresh -m e-n Do:-:. ·A

LEE AR:-t sTRot--:c

TH E UlA :\ RTHUR

Brm;:llvi/11·, .Yt·braska

B rtllria. lYrbras/.:a

:\rt Club; Philo: Y .\\' .C.:\ .

K odak C lub ; G i r l s Club: \\' .:\ ..-\.

}EA]'; : \JO!STHO!':C

KATHERINE BIXBY

Auburn, .Yrbraska

J ot-1:-= BEATTY

Bos BLA1':KENSHIP

:luburn, .Y r·bra s/.:a

1' NO/Ill . .Y rbraska

A ubur11 , .Yebraska

G irl;. C lu h

En·rrtt

Band: Orchestra: Chorus

j AKE BRANSTITRE

Edgar, Nebra ska

CoRR I NE BRISSEY

H ELEN BucK

A ul111r11 , :\'ebraska

Peru P layers ; Football; Basketba ll ; Track

CLARA BRIGHT

Auburn, Nebraska

Gir ls Club

DELPHINE BucHER

ALPHADEAN CAMPBELL

S lmbrrt , N rbraska

DuBois, 1Yrl>ra ska

Paw111'P City, Nebraska

Alpha Erudito; Peru Player;-: Girls C lub

Early Ele mentary Club; Peru Players; Everett ; Girls Club: Y.W.C .A.

.-\lpha Eruclito: Peru Players

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GALE CARTER

lVIARTI-11\ CL IFTOl'

Plymo utlz, Nebraska

R ock Port, J/ isso uri

Crawdads ; Peru Players

Philo; Peru Girls Club

ARDIST CHRISTIAN

Cho r u:,;

DoROTHY.-\;--;!' COAT="E Y

]!·:,\="CROO K

Peru, Nebraska

Peru , .\"rhrr1.1/w

s,·hrtl ., kfl ( 'it y, .\',·hras ka

Philo

£,·cn:t l; P eru Pl ayn,

l't·ru l' l;t y l'r,

MAxiNE DownY

D. J. DUEY

ESTHER FLI ES

Stella, Nebraska

Brock, Ne braska

Stt' lfa, Nrbraska

Girls Club

Peru Players; Chorus

Phi lo ; Artc raft; A lpha Erudito; Girls C lub

ALicE DEYoRE

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Pla ye r~ ;

joHN

DusTIN

jAC K FLOYD

Peru, Nebraska

Aubum, Nrb raska

B eat riel' , Nebraska

Everett ; Peru Players; Alpha E rudito; Band

P eru Pla yers ; Chorus

Phi La mbda :\lpha; Football; Track


Jreslunen R ,\L\ION D FRANCIS

Prru . .Ycbr,z; ka

Lincoln , .Ycbraska

!'cribh ll- r~:

P hi Lambda .-\l pha; F ootball ; Track

Girl;o C lub

DoROTHY GAK E:'It E IER

ELIZABETH GLOSSER

.1/ urdoc/.:, .\' flmuka

Peru, .\'cbraska

Pr ru P l ay e r~: Girl:; Club ; Luthe ran Club: \' .\\'.C.:\.

Philo: Per u Play e r s: Gir l s Club ; Pedagogian : Y .\V .C.:\.

DoROTHY GoRTIIEY

j,\l'E GREBE

.II urdock , .\'1·brask a

R ock Port , Missouri

Ea r ly Elrmentary Club; Peru Players: Girl ~ C lu b : \' .\V.C.:\ .

Scribblers; \\i ..-\.:\ .

] OHI': GR EENE

\\ I N I FRED H ALL

Trcum srlz, .Ycbraska

Elk Creek , 1\'rbraska

Phi Lambda .-\I ph a ; Foo tba ll ; Basketball ; Track

E\'Crett : :\lpha Erudito ; Peru P layers; Gir ls Club ; Y.\V .C.:\ .

FRAKCES H ARDY

.-\ VIS HARJ\IS

.Ycbraska. Cit )', .Yrbraska

A u bum, JYebra ska

.-\ lpha E rudito; K odak Club ; Gi rl s Clu b; Cho rus

P eru Players; Girls Club; Lut heran Clu b

CATHERI NE A NN H ARRIS

ZELJ\IA HARSHBORGER

S henandoa h , I owa

1/umboldt, 1\'ebraska

Phil o; Girls Club

Personality Club

J]

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.-\ I<1. 1·. :--; E

.\"1·/•rtllka Cit\' , _\",·hr,z • l.· ,z

Ru!o, .\"rbraska Per~o na l ity

Girl~

Club;

C lu b

E n·n ·t 1 : I' ,. r 11 Ciulo : \\" \ ..·\ .

l' l : t ~

,·r.- : Ciri -

I .L: ('ff.f. l·: j A:-;SS I·::--:

j EA:--::-;E j,\CQUES

N 11 rr . .\" rhrtz d.-,,

Falls City, .\"ebmsk11 Peru Pl aye r ~; Hand ; O rc h e~ tra

I I E I :--; K 1·.

Girl ~

C lub ;

J',·ru l'l a.n· r -: Stud<·nt \d , ·i-"r' \" \\' C' .. \ .

c .. unt il :

CLARA H ELEJ\: ] E F FR I F.S

Wymore, .\"rbraska

l!lllllh ur~. l nu.·,,

Alpha E r ud ito; Gir l ~ C l ub ; Koda k Club ; Y.\V.C.:\ .

:\ lpha Erud ito: P hilo : l' •· ru l'la ~· ··r•: ("ra \\'rl:u l-

EILEE:--i ] OH!':SOJ\:

Lc:o\\"IK

] c:-:

Prru, .\"rbraska

D uUoi,·. St·bnl\ka

Philo; Peru Players ; Y .\\".C.:\ .

C'ra\\'d:t d ~:

MARCELLA KARP ISE K

K o da k Clulo

Rov KELLOGG

Wilb er , !\"ebraska

PPru , .\"1•/lrn s ka

Early E lementary C lub ; Personality Club ; Gir ls Cl u b ; C.C.:\.

En.: rc tt : Cra \\'dad ~ : F o o t ha II

:\QR:\IA K N APP

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Liucobz, lVebraska

.\"r mn/l(z, :Yrbrns kn

P hi La m bda Al pha; Foo t ba ll ; Basketball

A lp ha Erudi t o : P c- n 1 P l a~· er:-; G irl ~ C lui J: \' .\\' .C.:\ .


J

Jres funen

PA U L K r>: APP

.-\LICE LIVIr>: GSTO:-J

BETTY l\IcEr>:IRY

.\"rmalta, .\"rbraska

Falls City, .Yrbraska

F alls Cit y, :Ycbraska

C rawdart:-; F oot ball; Basketball ; Track

Philo; Peru Play ers; Girls C lub

Girls C lub

E:--nuE L\r>:GR

R UT H LYTTON

L U CEE..

l\1.-\AG

A uburu, .Vcbraska

Fairbury , .\"rbraska

.·lubunz, .Vrbraska

Everett ; Girls Club

Philo; Peru Pl ayers; Girls Club; Y .\Y .C.:\.

:\lpha Erudito ; EYcrett; P eru Players; Girls Club; Y .\Y .C.:\.

j OHN MAGOR

RoBERT MooNEY

R OB ERT M URPHY

A ubunz, :Yrbraska

Omaha, _,._.rbraska

Da-;.osou, :Yebra ska

Cra wdads; Pedagogian

Cra wdads; Peru Players; Epis copa l Club ; Ba nd; Orchestra; Tennis

C.C.:\.

LOUISE MATTHEWS

\ VAYNE MooRE

B ERN I CE ?\EDDENRElP

Bro<('Wvillc, .\"rbraska

Uu in u , Ne b ra ska

Brock, .\'rbrnska

Everett; Peru Players; Girls C lub ; Orchestra; Band; Pcd-

:\lpha Erudit o; K odak C lub

:\l p ha Erudi to

agop:ian

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DEAN NIEMAN~:'

MELBA OnERNOL TE

Brock, Nebraska

Waba sh, Nebra ska

.'lirhraskrt Cit" · .\'rhruskrt

Everett; Peru Players

Alpha Erudito; Ar tcraft ; Gi rl : Club

Band

FLOREN CE PADDOCK

GLADYS N OFSGER

Percival, Iowa

A sltla11d, .\" 1•hras ka

Alpha E rudito; P eru Players; Y.W.C.A.; Chorus

Kodak C lub; Girls C lub

Alp ha Erudi to: Pe ru Players; G ir l ~ C lub

OLLIE PuRUCKER

HATTIE RIC HARDS

l\lliR IAM ROGERS

Omaha, Nebraska

R ock Port, Misso uri

P r rrival , J owa

.\lpha E r udito; S c rib bI e rs; Gir ls Club; C.C.A.

Philo; Kodak C lu b; Girl s Club ; Orchestra

Kodak Club; Gi rl;; C lub

L uCILLE REN NER

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1\IAX I NE PERSIIINC

Dawso11, NebrMka

MARGARET ROBI3INS

\ \ ' AYNE SCHAFFER

Crofton, N ebraska

Percival, Iowa

.1ulntrn , llir/Jra ska

Everett ; Girl3Club; Orche.:;tra

R eadinl! C lu b; Y.\V.C.A.

Eve r ett; Kodak C lub; Band; Orche;;t ra; Track: T c nni ~


ofreshmen HELEN Sci-Ill'DLER

A.LICDIAE SHil\101'\EK

!Yf·braska Cil y, .\"cbraska

lrilbrr, X ebraska

Girls Cluh; Y.\Y.C ..-\.

.-\lpha Erudito: P eru Players; Girls Club

MARY ELLEN SLACI~

DoROTHY Sr-:mER

Nebras ka C il y, Xl'i>raska

lr ilber. _\' cbra ska

Philo; Peru Player ;; Girl;; Clu b; \V ..-\ ..-\.; Y.\\'.C ..-\.

Philo : Gi rl, Club; Band ; Orchest ra

DOROTHY SPIELMAI'

] EAN SPIER

TPkamf'lt , Xf'bra ska

1Yebras ka Cil y, X ebra ska

Early E lementary C lub ; E\·ercll; Kodak Club: Girb Clu b; Y.W.C.A.

Peru Player;. Orchestra

BETTY STENGLEIN

\ -IRG I NIA TRIVELY

Wnl.erloo, Nf'!Jraska

Plallsm o ullz, Sebra ska

Philo; Girls Club; C.C.:\.

Early Elementary Club; P eru Pl ayers; _-\lpha Erudito: Y.\\'.C ..-\. ; Chorus

LOUISE VANKESS

] EAN VYAGI'ER

Sidne y, l ou·a

Tec umseh, _\" pb ra ska

Peru Players; Girb Club

E\·erett: P e ru Players ; Girls Club: Y.\\'.C ..-\.; Ba nd

R uTH vVATKINs

MARY ELrz.-\BETH vYERNER

Farrngul, / o;.;.·a

l\'ebraska Cily, 1'1--Pbraska

Early Elementary Club; Peru Players

Philo; Peru Player~: Episcopal Club : Girl' Club; Y .\Y .C. A .

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E'R uv I-Bn ,_g...._ Ofresh men JoHN R. WEST

DoniS \VIGNA L L

Fairbury, Nebraska

Liberty, .\"riJraSkfl

Football

Girl~

HELEN WILBERGER

Club

1\lERLYN \\"HJT TLER

Julian, Nebraska

Brock, Nrbrrr ska

Philo; Alpha Erudito; G irI s Club; Y.W.C.A.; Orchestra

Alpha Erudi to : Artc rait: Girl;; C lub ; Y.\V.C.A.

FRESHMEN WHOSE PICTURES Do NoT APPEAR WIDIA ADA~1S,

Peru Brownville

GLADYS ANDRE\\·,

HELENE Cox,

Peru

:\.nTHUR FR OST,

R uTH CRONE,

Beatrice

ER!'>EST G ,\LLO\\",\Y,

Salem

I NA G ,\\\"ART,

RuBY ARABRIGHT,

Howe

IRENE CROOK,

vVILLIA~l BARNES,

T ecumseh

]OA N CROOKER,

\VIDIA BARTELS,

Tobias

BURDETTE B AUERS,

T ecumseh

\VILLIA~1 BISCHOF,

BEUNICE DOTY,

L E ROY DURST,

Clay Center

ROBERTA BOHL,

Nemaha

Elk Creek

Omaha

ELAINE EDDY,

Albion

Palm·y ra

T ecunzse/z

DEA N DuRsT,

CLEO BLAKEL v,

Syracuse

ELFRIEDA D OEDEN,

Nebraska City PAuL BLAIR,

Humbolt

D E LLA J uNE ELDER, HAZEL BousE,

Dunbar

DOROTHY CARPE);TER,

N ebraska City Winnebago HILDA CHAPP,

Virginia

TH mrAs CI·JIK);OCK, RoserARY CwmT, DoK NA CooPER.

Plattsmouth

N ebraska City

Ro NA LD CO\\TLL.

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Peru

ARDEL L Gn.FERT,

Otoc

MELVA GLATHAR,

Hunzbo/t

G EHHARD GOLDENSTE I !':,

Elk Creek L EONA HD GREATHOUSE, Bon HALLADAY, RET,\ H ,\ NEY,

Grrt na

BENNY H ANLON,

VERA EscHEN,

Peru

MARJORIE H ARRIS,

EDITH ETMUND, OscAR FIE NE,

KoR~1A Fix,

R coa

Falls City

Clatonia

EDNA FLIESH~IAN, VERA FRERICKS,

Elmwood

Julian

THELMA FRIEDLY ,

Verdon

Ord

Ha11 cock , I owa

Jolin son

Ve1·don

Burr

Nr·b raska City

KmL EL TISTE,

EDITH EsTES,

Do. "ALD CHA~IBERL.-\IN,

Peru

Lillcolll

KENNETH H ART,

Peru Peru

Libert y

L U f"ILLE H ,\ZELTON , ARL ENE H EI:\l E R ,

P eru

Hebron

OPAL HE\\"ITT ,

1-lumholdt

FLOYD HmsH,

Fair bury

~lAR IE H oLSC LA\\",

P eru

CHARLES H oRTON,

Salem


f7res fvnen FRESH :tviEN " .HOSE PICTURES DuBois

C II ,\RJ.ES H O\\'ERY.

Eu.,\

l\L\E 1-!L- RJ.BL'RT .

Fairbury

:b: :-: .-\ u n : f-1L"J.J. ..·I ubum FRED

j o 11 :-: so:-: . l.illr"tlln

Do

r .\L:L :\"n: Lso :-:. Harlan , I O'i.i!(/ Cook

R u n -1 :\"oERRLir>:GER.

Pent

H or.LY Osl.loR:-:E.

G EORGE P ,\ r.Er>:SKY.

NOT APPEA.R l\IARG.-\RET Sc Ht.:LE:-: BERG .

F alls Cit\' ] OSEPHll'\E SH.-\CKLETO:-: .

Pa«•IJec City

f-lu mbolt F RA:-:CES S T.-\L EY.

H c11 1·: wr .) 0 11:-: so:-:. \\",\J.DOr>: L EoT,\

Ong

_f o 11 :-:so:-:. /u gh am

Jc:-: c. . Malcolm Bu rchard

:\"ETTIE K.,\:\11·::-:. i\L\R l ,\1'\: K ,\IW.

O maha

\\. IJ.J.I,\:\1 KELLEY . 0Lir>: KIETIIJ.Y ,

T ecumseh

Broc k

C rab O rc hard

P ,\ UL K N IE SS . LEVEL\ 1\.. r>:ox,

John son Brock

\\'ILI3 ER T 1\.. 0 II RS,

VIRG I N IA Kuu,\ LEK , FER N K uB,\LSK I ,

Jl'cston

.-luburn

CLAR rs LAUGHLir>: ,

Tecumseh

Sabet ha , 1\.ansas HE LEt>: LoN G,

PATRICIA L uNDY,

S hubert

Liberty

vYILMA McMAHO N ,

Peru

vVILMA lVI c PHERIU N, HANORA lVIALO NE,

CHARLE S lVIAPES,

T ecumseh

Palmyra

C HRIS lVIA NSC H RECK,

AD E LE lVI EYER,

Haigler

\\"!LLJ ,\:\ 1 PAUlER.

Haigler

Syracu se

Lincoln

Ot oc

PO'i.i'IICC Cit y

TH ERO!'>: P ARKER,

DELBERT P ,\RRIOTT ,

Pem

Humb oldt R u m.-l\1.-\E STA :-: L EY.

H amlin . 1\.ausas

Dawson

I v.-\1'\ STEPHEl':S .

L uc iLLE P.-\TTERso:-:,

Pent

R u TH S TRO l-l ,

CLEO!' PEC K,

Falls City

l\IrLDRED Pou.: ,

S idn ey, I owa

G I LBERT P u RUC KER, \\"rLLA RATHBUl':,

D cll'itt

E uL.-\ R EDEl'\IlAUGH , LoREl'\ REDFERl': ,

O maha

Oma /10

Pcm Springfield

Nebraska City

R osE RERUC HA,

Dav id City

Lou i SE RISHEL,

Plattsmouth

D oN R osE,

RoBERT RosE,

Burwell

\ VrLLIAM SAALE, ANNA SAME K,

Cook

Da vid C ity

MARY SARGENT,

Plym out/1

EvELY!' ST UART ,

.Yebraska City

Salem

Rulo

EvAGRACE TACKETT, \\'r !':TFRED CH LEY,

EL:\Wl'\ \' ELVTCK, I DA \Y.-\L K E R.

Louisv ille

Paw 11CC C it y

JosEPH \ 'ACEK ,

P eru

Peru

].-\i\IES RICHARD \YEST,

Al'i.JO

LA\\'REl'\CE \Y ESTO -

JY ebraska City . ' EDITH \YI LLEY,

Liberty luglwm

' Falls Cit-v . M lLDRED \\'rLSO!': 111urra v

MARTHA \\'ILSON

'

MEL \\'oR K:.\lA N , DoRIS W YATT,

Sergant Bluff, Iowa l\IARGARET SAVILLE,

Brock

Do NALD \\' ILLI.-\:.\IS,

Aubum

Filley

GLEl'\ ·STAPLETOX.

i\1.-\RGARET PARRIOTT.

MIRIAi\I REEL,

H·ymore

MAx McCLURE,

GOR DO:-: ST.-\ :-:DERFORD . P ATRIC IA PAL:\IER.

R AYl\IOND REED,

\\.IurA Lr c HTY,

D ell'itt

Peru

H ,\RLEY PAL:\J E R,

.

L in coln

Unadilla

LAWRENCE Z ii\DlERMAN,

Big Springs

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cyACULTY


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To the Graduates of 1937: Economically, politically , industrially, and professionally, co nditions are disturbed as never before in American history . College lift' should have given to you facts and hab its of thoug ht tha t will be of great va lue to you in making d ecisions rega rding the momentous changes now in the making. May the training received here, a nd the friend ships form ed here, be of help to you toward li ving the more ab und an t life during t his period of t ransition . Sincerely,


The Adn1inistration H ,\\'E you me t the aclm ini :::trati on ? Don 't you remember reg ist rat ion a nd t he day you skipped class ?

The occa:::ions for meetin g D ea n Delzell. Dean Dunning. or :\1 rs. :\1 arsh Yar~· ... );". Y ..-\. work. college work, absence excuses. grades. aml o ther problems that arise in the course o f a y ear o f coll ege life. :\Jr. Hayward :tnd :\Jiss .-\lbrecht spend their time getting you a nd me in to the right classes at the right time a nd k eeping the reco rd s relat iYe to college work. The ladies who readil y relieYe unsusp ec ting students of cla ss fees, co n tingent fee. and dormitory rent a nd board a re Miss Gock ley and :\Jiss \\"est. In short th e admi nistration und e r President Pate is the d irecto r of both curric ular a nd ext ra-curric ul a r ac tivities in th e college. It is the business head a nd executiYe body.

Coi.I. E(;E 0FFI<E

II" . ::\. Dnn :1.1. E.n·cuti-::c· Dt·au dlld Dirt"dor uf Ext r usion

! "ICE ~t. Dt:>'"' "G ..1 B . . Dttm of Jromcu

GE~E\' IE. H. :\1,\R SH

C. :\I.JIR EC IIT B. S ...li .S.. : fssi stau t

::\ OR~J,\

D ormitory Assista nt

E. H. HAY\\'AR G A.n .. Rr,eistrar

i<f!:istrar E D IA

t.

G OC KLEY

j . 1\"FST Bool:kuprr

ll OROT IIEA

Bursar a ,rf Srr rctar y to th e Prc sidtttl

D o n.\llTOR\' D Es >:

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The Department S o tha t 's the

of Educatiot~ reason~

There are thirteen mem-

bers in the department , a nd two times thirteen members eq uals twenty-six hours of education required for graduation. In a teachers college we begin contact with ed ucational resea rch, theory, and practice upon e ntrance to college. Who is there who has escaped Introduction to Educa tion, Educa ti ona l Psychology, " problacts", methods . a nd practice teaching ?

BAR~EY

K . BAKER B.S. , A.M .. Ph.D., Pro{eso r of Educatio n

Jon ~

A. B AT H A.B .. A.M .. llssista11t Professo r of Education,

Supervisor of lu11 io r flig!t Mathematics R UTJ< G.

s. L.

BR A~DT

,t.B. , Assista11t Pr ofessor oj Education, Principal of Ju n io r fl iglr School BLA~CHE

A.

CLE>IE~TS

.-I .M. A .M . . Professor of Educat ion . Superittt emle111 of T r ai ni11 g

Srlwol FHA~CES HAH\'E\'

GARilE

II. B., A . .II. , Assistu11t

1!. B .. A. M .. Auistu11t

Professor of Edu cation. Super;.dso r oj First and S eco11d Grade T eaching

Super<Jisor of 1 uui or

Professor of Education. fliglr So ria/ Science

CLASSROU~! M AX AGEMEXT .j.j

P sYCHO LOGY


II

The Department

of Education

THE

Educa ti on D epartment emphasizes theory and practice. In the T . ]. l\Iajo rs Tra ining School everyone has the oppo rtunity of trying his theorie:; of teaching. The Training School has a ll the grades from kinderga rten thro ug h the senior hig h school classes. Faculty super visors of s tudent teachers gi\'e helpful suggesti ons as to how to keep J ohnny quiet. how to ge t M ary to do a few lessons. a nd the answers to at least sixty- nine o ther problems that con front o ne who is new in the fi eld of teaching.

:'\ I ARY

L.

H l LE~IA:-.:

I S#\ 1\ EJ. :\ L\ SO~

..1 . /3., .·1. .If .. Assistant Professor of Hrlu ra tiou . Suput> isor vf Third and

A. B .. A.M .. A ssis ta nt Professo r of Erlu cat io". Sufcr:•iso,.oj Fiji/rand

F ou rt lr G r mf,· Trar !Ji,l~

Sixt h G rat/(· T ttzrltin g

E LIZA IIET II ~! cCoLJ.U "

B . E .. A . M .. Assistan t Professo r o f Edn r ation . Din·rtor of Kiru/ugarl t' n

" P ROD I .t\ C T s' '

p . :\. :\lAXWI': I.L II.S.. .If. :1 .• Plr. D .. P rofessor of Edu cation , ff rad of Dr part mrnt

L. B.

~I ATIIEWS

A .B.. A . M .. Associat •· Professor of Ed ucation , Pr i n cipal o f H i g/r Sr lrool

G R.·\ CI: T EAR

A. B.. A . M .. Prof<'SS''' oi P r i u ripl t: s and M et /rods in Edural iou

) .11·. Tn.F.R

A .B.. .Lif .. Associat e Professor of Educat ion, Director of Rural Edu cation

P RArnn: T EM' HI:->G

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The Departments of Social Science Commerce

"A C.

~1. BROW:<

A. B. CLA \'IIUR:< B.S.. A ..\1 .. /'It./J .. .-1 >Professor of 1/ is tory of Gtâ&#x20AC;˘orKrafJ/t y and Geand 01/tcr Social SciolOKY ences, Head of Depart-

Plr . B., A ..\/. , J.D.,

ment FRASK H. IIECK

B.A., .\I.A .. Associate Professor of Hi sto ry and Other Social Scicnces

:\osA

~1.

IV. T. ~lrLl. ER B.S ...-1..\1 .. 1'/t.IJ .. Associat e Pro fesso r oj

1/islory and Otltcr So -

To gai n efficiency in the intricacies o f commercial necessities .. . typing , bookk eeping, shortha nd . .. is the ai m of every student who en te rs this d epartment. The cons ta nt cl a tter o f typewriters warns a ll that th e busi ness of commerc ia l preparation is serious wo rk .

rial Sciences

PALl!ER

A. B. , A . .\1 .. Prniessor o/ Commerce

T. K. \\' u.sos A.B .. Assista111 Projrssor of Commerc2

T Y PI .\:G CLASS

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the t rend s of th e period., ope ns this department. :\ tho rough kn owledge o f t he d evelopmen ts and ex periences of civi lization through the ages can be gained from the courses offered in his to ry , social science, and geography . i\' D

H I STORY r,LA SS


The Departn1ents of English Language and Literature Foreign Languages

"S

0:1 1 ET 111 l':C for J-:, ·cry onc .. \\'Otlld b c an ap pro priate slogan for t he English Departnwn t. H ere one finds courses in co m posit ion . g ra mmar. specch . debate. d ramati c:;. ne ws\\Ti t ing. Eng lish lit C'r:tt ure. a nd

Am eri ca n li te ra t ure.

Bn11 jour ,

/Il l'S tllllis .

\\'on't y o u join a class in thC'

fore ign language clcpartmcnt and st op b eing so p rovinc ial ? Bc able to say o f La t in. l'rench. or German . " r c11i, ·vidi, viri,'' wi th out hesit a ti on . ..luj <<·icdcr-

sclm c, m ri11r jrcu11dt . :\ l,\1~11 : ( J. F\t 'J. II c\l~rl~

.·1. N .. . I. .11 . . . Isso n"~r t t l 'roit' (SO r o f F.nclislt

Jl . j. :\ .\ !lOR;; ..1 . N .. .1/. /)lt .. . I SJ or·iat ,· l'roj ,·ssor of /·: u J: I i s h ,, n d I u s I r u ( I o r i 11

:I I

\HIOO"

:I I

\R > II

. 1./) . .. I. .ll .. . l ssi st,Ju! Prof,·sso r 1d 1-: 111.' I ish Gr('lfi \.1.

\ \". :'\tTl II

.·1. !> .. .11 . .-l . . Ph. D .. J•r,,}t'ssor of F.ll t:lislt. ll ~·,zd of /) ,·pa r /m o ll

Sf)f't't'lr /·."dut·dhon

E sT JIE H : \ . CJ.Af.l K

A . fl . . .-1. .If .. f' ro f .·ss.l! o f Forrit: u l.a n ~ uagrs

l't:,\ RI. :\ . K r:s-To~ ..J . N .. . I. .ll .. .-1 ssnciatf l'rof,·ssvr o.f F o r ,. i g tt J. ,lll.l:llll_l:t'S

F RE:-.:C II

!'1: 1.~t A ~ . K osu ~

A. H.. .-1. .11. . P h. D .. f'r nfrss or o/ .11 n d r r 11 l .all ,l! ltd,CCJ

I ="T ROillTTIO:-.:

TO Ll T E R,\Tl' RE

:\ E \\'S \\'R ITI ="C

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The Departments of D. ALBERT A.B., M.Sc., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physical Scie11ces

\VAL TER

E. WAR E B.S ...11.S.. Ph.D .. Professor of Physical ScietJCcs,l/ead of Depart-

FRANK

me tz/

Physical Science Biological Science Mathematics

L -IE

G. Ro nERT CoAT:<Ev ]011:< ~1. WI NTER B. A., .!I.A., Ph.D., B.Sc., A. M., Ph. D ., Professor of Biology Professor of Biology, Head of Departme11t

conserva tion of matter, the use o f e nergy. and the expansion of gray matter is par t o f t h e information gained in physical science classes. T h e chemists thri ve on the odors t hat emerge from th e " Chern lab", a nd the physicists hear no sweeter music than the queer sounds tha t escape from the physics lab. In the early courses of t he biology department one makes the acquaintance of s uch ordin a ry beings as the earthwor m, grasshopper , frog, and crayfis h; however, advanced courses are given in zoology . botany, physiology, parisitology, and genetics. "Put down six and carry two " , " X is equ a l to 1.936745", T he sq ua re of the hypoten use is .. . " All this is simple after a student has com p leted the courses in trigonometry, coll ege geo metry, a n d calculus.

L. HILL C. A. H uc K A.B.. Pro fe ssor of A.B.. !1 ..1/.. â&#x20AC;˘..J ss~ciate .11 at he malics Professor o I .11 at II e-

ARTHUR

matics

CHE:\1 I S TRY L AB

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MATH CLASS

PHYS ICS L.~B

BIOLOGY L AB


The Departments of Art Industrial Arts Ho111e Econon1ics

:-\oR~' " L.

Dmor.L A .B .. A . .ll.. A ssociate l'roj<ssor of Art

E~III. IE

B.KtRI<

A . B . . .-1 . .lf .. A ssista11t Professor of Art

A

:-.:ALOGOt..:S colo rs, perspect h ·e. harmony, balance . .. H ;l\·e y ou any ideas? Co urses are giYen in painting. drawing. lettering, clay modeling. and ha nd crafts to a llow expression of ideas in a tangible farm.

T ools of a ll shapes, sizes. and uses, haYe unbelieva bl e possibi lities when used by the fingers of ski ll ed \YOrkmen. In the Industrial .-\rts department stud ents learn to handle shop eq uipment as well as make furniture, novelties, a nd household furni shings.

c. R.

:\. \". LARSO:-<

B .5r .• .Llf .. 5u pcrvisor oj l11dustrial Arts

Lt!"DSTRO) I

B. 5 .. .lf. 5 .. .·l ssistu11t Supt'r:.•isor of luduslrial .·lrts

From the ··Home Ec" ' room in th e basement of the Trai ning School come odors of delicious foods th a t are in the process of prepa ra tion. The whirring sewin g machines in another room inform al l tha t the wise thing to do is .. make it yourself" . Eox ~' \r EAR £

lrM :\IAE BRt\CKSEY

B. 5 .. .lf. 5 .. ..Jssista11t P r o fe sso r o f llomc

£ conomics

I :-IDU STR I ,\1,

CRAFTS

A RTS

] :-IDIJSTJllA L :\ JlTS

H o~1

B. 5 .. .lf . 5 . . A ssistant Pro jcs sor oj /l om e Erouomics

E

Ero:->o~n cs

4<)

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The Departments of Physical Education Music F oRwMm ma rch! T hat is what the P hysica l Education Depa r tment has been do ing during th e yea r . Students enter classes of sports. tumbling. swimming, a nd dancing in a n awkwa rd ma nner a nd leave Run • AHLB ERG R . X .. B.A .. Sc h oo l Surse

T. BALl-ER A. B .. A. t\1. , Assistant Di r ec tor of Ph ysical

STU ART

Educa tion for 1lfe n PIJYJ. t! S D AVJDSOX

B.S .. M .!l. , Director of Physical Training /or lVom eu

GeE:< GILK~:so,;

II.B .. M . A., Director of Pltysical Educat ion for .II en

compara ti vely a dept in the ac ti v iti es . One a nd two a nd three a nd fo u r a nd one a nd two a nd . . . M usic

prac tice ~

.-\fter a ll t his prel im-

ina ry work chorus concerts, orchestra a nd ba nd p rograms, a nd recitals by individua l s tud en ts a nd groups a re p resented to t he stude nt body.

\ '. H . ]I :<DRo\ A.B.. Direct or of Band and Orc hestra . and In· structor in Violin

G.

H o LT STE CK

B. .lfus .. Instru ctor ;, I'oice

TAPP! XG CLASS

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MUSIC AP PR EC I ATl0:-1


The Library "C

ALL

number, please." You a re mistaken. It's

not the telephone operator ; it 's the library desk assistant speaking. The library is probably the busiest , most interesting, valuable, and congenial spot on the campus. It is one of the few college libraries which has so complete a file of daily papers and period icals. In addition it contains approximately forty- seven

L lllUIF. :\. BRAX SOX

A. B .. A ssistant Libra-

thousand volumes.

ri(w

Student assistants aid everyone in getting his desired book, while Miss Glosser is ready with refer-

ETH E L G LOSS ER

A.B .. R rjcrwa Ubrurian

:\1. P ETER SE X A.B .. B. S. in L.S . .

GRA CE

Librarian

ence aids at all times.

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Ross ADA:\IS

Class Vice President; Orchestra; Dramatic Club; Basketball ; Band; Clas.s Play; '·P " Club; F ootball ; Track

EuGENE ANDREW

Band ; " P" Club; Basket ball; F ootball

LEUDEAN CRABTREE

_

~L\ RGARET : \. 1'-:D ERS0:--1

G!ee Club: D r amati c C lub

:\ 1\:1\: ,\ ~J. B.-\LT ENSPERGER

I )ramat ic C lub

\VJDJ A F LAU

Band; Dramatic Cl ub ; Orchestra

WAYNE FILMER

F ootball ; Basketball; Track

j uNIOR GoiNGs

F oot ball; Basket ball ; T rack

TH EODORE GRAVES

Footba ll

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FRA NCE FOSTER C ho ru ~;

F oot ba ll

.:\E IL GooD

C lass Trea:-:urer : .. P" C lu b; Han el; O r c h e.~ tra ; Baske tball: Footba ll , Ca pta in 10.16

j EAN KOEPP EL

Dramatic Club: Cla;:s P lay


FRA NK LARSOI\:

\\"IL:IlA PARNELL

Dramat ic Club; Cla5s Play; Orche5tra; Band

Band; Orchestra; lla:<kctball; Football

0N I LEE KrNCEHELSER

Band; Dramatic Club; Play

VERNE PUGH

Footba ll

] Al\lES PASCO C l a~s

]OH N RH OOl.iS

Dramatic Club; Class Play; '·P" Club; Football; Basketball; Track

CLARK RoGERS

Cl ass President ; Class Play; Football; Basketball

L E Rov REDFER::-.:

Dramatic Club; C i a~; Play; .. P" Club; Band; Orchestra; Football; Basketball

Dramatic Clu b ; Track; Football ; Ba5ketba ll

RITA RussELL

CLAIRON SMITH

D ramat ic Club; Chorus; Glee Club; C lass Play

Ross R ussELL

Band ; Orchestra

ELIZABETH TYl"O >=

l'\ationa l Hono r Society; Or· chcstra ; Band; Class Play

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MARY ALYCE VANDERFORD

HELEN MAE \VH ITFIELD

Band; Orchestra; Saxaphone Quartette

VIOLA WHISLER

Band; Dramatic Club

Band; Orchestra; G lee C lub ; Cho rus ; D ra mati c C lub; C lass Play .:\OR ::ITA \ VOLFE

G lee C lu b

T op Row : Betty Ann D ashe r, J oan Good. K a ney Elle n j ones. 1\l:tryon Thomas. ::ll a rgery Adams. ::llary Eli za be th Collin . Ja ne t Harris. 13u rtis .\lc.\lalwn. M iddle Ro<L: J ames Ha n lon , Ha rold Fishe r, Rubert H unzeker. Gcor,::e Grafton . Charlc' ::llason. Hnnd Kcnncd )' . Haroid l\lason . Bottom Row: Arde lla H ayes, :\cttie Anderson, \\"ilda Goings. Corinn e \\"bi tti rld . .\lildred Lon!!icilow. R u by R ed d ing, Ru tn ~l eci i ey.

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H IGH S c H ooL So P IIO~IORES

T op Uow: D oris Guod. Twila :"ola....:~..m. ).l:t.ry Francis RNid irl.!!'. :"\orma j ran Hayes. Lillie ). l ac Coll in s . Erna S teifan, IJl'lon•:-:. Far::on. jean Y osl>t· Q.~ . Eula LC'l' Rader. l nf•z Long ie llow . .llicftll,; Ho :u: Joe Ha rt ley. Richa rd K in~;oivrr. Arma nd Flau. \\'aync !'ugh. Cha rles Gadd is. T om Christ ian, Ray Coult<·r. ~ ! arion App legate. J oh n .-\ll):OOd. Bollom Ro:o: Opal Connor. Elmcna Rai lsback. Grace l,; mland. Leona Burtw(' lt, ) larjo ric Lehrman , Isabel T ynan , 1-h·lcn Rogers. :\ ngic Smith.

::-.!I ~TH GRADE

Top Roa·: Da,·id \\':ornock, H arold \\' hislc r. Lynn T ru ner, Lloyd Reddin)(. Ra lph Hays . \'irj:<il Fox. Camell ia Conn elly . .1/idd/c R oa·: Dic k Clements. Robert Lea hy, Gen e Ad am >. Roy Grafton, Emil T ishncr. Dean Adam>. Wendell Burbridf<e, :\laxine IJaltcn>pf'rgcr. Bottom Hoa·: Bt·lva Sa yt•r. ~ l ary J a ne Du ncan . J u ne \\' hi>ler. Elda Ha m.. l. :'\t' ttic Hanlon . l'horiJc Anderson , Francis Hartley.

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T op Row : Ve rn K iser. L ester Rader. Ra lp h C le,·en~ c r . :\l ax Ro:;:er;, Ho aw r Harri; , Leono re La r.<~ m . llo nna S tdia n . M iddle Rou·: Robert Ryor. D ean Coatney. =-:cal Sli nke r. Donald :-.li ncchclser . :\!a rion J " Y· O;car S m ith. \ 'era 0.-hornc . Wilda Hazelton . Bottom Row: Be tty Collins. Carolee Vclvick. :\Ia mie Sherma n . Eliz:li>t•th Coat ne y , ] t·an nc l'allt'r,on. Ha<t·l S mith . J oscr hinc Set zer.

SEVE :\'TI-1 GRADE

T oP Roa·: Kenneth :-lc:\laho n, Bobby Rader. Jack \\' hitflc ld . ] . \\' . l\Jc:- la hon . Gu y Graf to n . La Ve rne Cotto n . G eOTf:C Boyer. Gordo n Pal mer. Ward Ada nu . \\'ay nc Collon . Middle Roa•: !lilly Bu rbridge. Pa ul Og~ . Willard Redfern . G lt•n Palma . J amc> For>y t h . John Cej ka , Ed wi n U mla nd. Bollom Rotl': :\ina B<•a50 n. Dorothy Coulter. ~ l il d red Eschen, Be ulah S poor . :\l ar ion U ec k. \ '<•rna Rog:Pr:' . j aunit a Con nell y . Pal!ricia H i ll. \' ir~-:: in ia Step:!.r.

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T op l?oa•: Floyd :'\inc<•ber . . . :\;;sistan t Coach. j amr ; H anlon, \\"ayne l'ugh. Ellis Adams. H ubert H unzeker. George Grafton. D onald :\,;hton. Armand Fl a~1. llond " enncdy. J oe Burnham .. . Coach . .1/iddlc R o:<': Altom Leahy. Fr:once Fo>ter. Clark Rogers. Eugene Andrew. T heodore Gra,·es, Ross Adams. X dl Good, james i':L<co. junior Goi ngs. J ohn R hod u>, T ommy Sherman. Bollom R oa·: Eu)!ent· ::'\ lorrL..;,, LeRoy Redfern . Frank Lar:'on, \ 't• nH! Pugh. Harold Fisher.

BAS h: ETB,\LI.

Top Roa·: Joe Burnham . Botto m Rm1. 1 :

Coach. \\".:1 yne Pug h . Lr Rny K£·dfc•rn. G eor~c G ra il nn. Alt o n Leah y . j o hn T y non :\ ~;.;i ~tan t Coach. F r; l!d-\ La r:'<m , l-l<lrold Fb=hl"r, John R.hodu :-:., Xt·i l Good , junior Goings..

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\\"n~ fr . Rita Russell. G oi n ~. ~ l :ug<-ry A dam ~.

'larjoric Lehrma n . :\"""'"'

France Fo>l<·r. j amr; l'ol.<ton. H arold Fi; hrr. \\'ild:l Ruhy Redding. llrtty Ann D a.::.hr:-r. )Ja ry Franci:o:. Rrdding. Eula l.l"c R adt~ r. \"erne Ki:0-rr, Johnny :\ llgoorl . Eu grn~ " orri;. Bond "cnnrdy. O;car Dean ~milh. Cnrinn<' \\'h itiirld. :\"ancy Ellen J onr>. Bollom !?me: ~lary Elizabrth Collin. ~lan:on Th om~..: . Ht.•lt.·n ~tar \\'hiuicld. Lillir ) l :u" Collin:<. Burtis )lc)lahon. Jand 1-larri::;.. J t~an Good . Ruth ~dedlt.•y.

Jl!irldlc Nva·:

G I RLS G LEE CLlill

Top Ro:.•: 'la rjorie Lehrman. F.ula Lee Reader. R ita Russell. \\'ilda Goinqs. :\"a nna \\'olfc. 'Iargen· Adams. Middle Ro:.•: ;l!ary Francis Redding , Betty Ann Das her. Lillie 'lac Colli ns. Ruby Redding. Corinne \rJiitflf•ld. ::-fancy Ellen j ones. Burtis llld!ahon. liollom Rn:.•: 1-h-lr n :l iar \\'hitftcld. 'la ry Elizabet h Collin. :lla ryon T homa.<. Ru th :l!t·dlcy. Jnan Good. j an<•t !·!a n i<.

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CTIVITI E S


Auc Clemen ts E d wa rds Hill

:\uxic r Cook Hackett Howe

Barnls Crook Hanlan Humphrey

Bath Dunn in~ H elmric hs j ohnson

Kappa D elta Pi Natio nal Honor Society In Education OF FICERS GENEVA SAAT HOFF DoROTHY MAYSTRICK

Run-1 CHATELAIN Run-1 HowE J AMES PERDUE DR. MAXWELL

. President V zce President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Adviser

Tms yea r the theme of the programs of Kappa D . " The Ameri can School " . During the year a series of t lk e1ta PI has been strations, and round table discussions has developed a 路s, debates, demonthe the me under such 64


Kappa Delta Pi

Jones McKimmey Mitchell Saalhofi

] uilfs Maxwell Pate Sha fer

Larson Ma,¡strick Perdue Tear

McAllist er Miller Reynolds Wheel er

topics as : Development of the Modern School, Music \\'ithin the School, The Use of .Movies a nd Visual Aids Within the School, and Positions Open in the Field of Education. In addition to the fo rmal meetings, the society has had a number of social meetings. In December the organization .enjoyed ~.buffet supper at the home of Dr. Maxwell. A May breakfast to wh1ch all ehg1ble candidates were invited closed the or<Yanization 's year 's activities. The first Regi;nal Biennial Convocation was held this year in Des Moines, Iowa, on February 3 . Four members from Beta Mu Chap ter- Lydia Mae Wheeler, Geneva Saathoff, Arthur Reynolds, and J ames Perdue-atte nded. The society leads in the arrangements for the Inter-fraternity Banquet, an a nnual spring affair which was originated by the local chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. Each year the Beta Mu Chapter presents a suitable awa rd to the freshman whose schola rship and professional attitude a re outstanding during his year of college work. 65

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Ahlberg Dunning Hemphill

Barnts

Evrc ] ohnson

Bra nd t Fey Kon i!.:

Boo m Fau lh aber j o n es

Clark (; lo ~:.: er

Lambe rt

C o ok H an la n :\ l a r :.: h

Sigma Tau Delta 1V a tional I-I onorary E nglish Frat ernity OFFICERS LYDIA MAY

"WHEELER

GRETCHEN MILLER

CoRINNE BARNTS

Presid ent Virc Pr('sidcnt S ecretary-Treasurer

M ASTERY of written expression , coopera ti ve friendlin ess, a nd s timula tion toward reading good literature cons titute the three fo ld a im of Sigma Tau Delta. It is symbolized by the three ele me nts o f good writing. Sincerity, Truth, and Design. Nebraska authors and their wo rks were the the m e of the firs t t wo meeting of this year. Two meetings in addition to the Ch ris tmas m eeting were devoted to origina l contributions by the me mbers . The fra te rnity m e mbe rs were guests of Dr. a nd Mrs. S mith in February. In a ccord a n ce w ith a n established custom, the April meeting was given over to the se ni ors . The :M ay meeting was converted into a picnic. 66


Sigma Tau Delta

Maystrick Parnell R ogers M . Stevenson

Miers Peter>cn Sha fer Tear

Mi ller Plasters Smith M . \Ve~ t

:\'abors P luck nett D. Stevenson Wheeler

The initiatory services for new members in November and March followed banquets held in Mount Vernon Dining Hall. T he outstanding number on the fall banquet program was a pa nel discussion , " Our E nglish Beautiful", by M rs. P. :\. Maxwell, Mrs. W. D . Albert, Mrs. L. B. Mathews, and Mrs. ] . W. Tyler. The spring banquet brought a former member, Dwight Waldo, as guest of honor to address the group on a topic rela ti ve to the influence of poli tical sit uations on li terature. Two major projects of the y ear were the Christmas a nd spring editions of " Sifting Sand", a magazine of Peru verse, which is printed on the local chapter 's printing press. In December Sigma Tau Delta Members presented Anna Best Joder's p lay, " The Perfect Gentleman", as a Convocation progra m. At the close of the school year the fra ternity awarded a meda l to the freshman writing the best prose selection during the school year. 67

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Alpha Psi On.1ega Bak e r Burk e l>rr:;!'lcr

.\ -a tional !Jra/Jlaf ir· Fraternity OI·TICI·: R~

R t: T !! H 0\\" J·: J>rrsidr ll l C JI ,\RJ.I·: s

1'.\R :-.: ELI.

l ·i, ·r Prrs idc11!

])unnin!!

Eyre Hanlan

Do 1ns

I' R Jc II.\ H I '

S r·u ('/ ary CRETCIIJ.: :-.;

:\I II. I .I'H

Trr a s 11 rc r H o we K o ni!! L ar~ o n

~IE

ZET,\

Omega

\\'it S

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teen thirt y-six. M c.-\lli!'tc r Mar:;h Mi er~

ca~t

of .-\lph a P s i

c ha rt e red in l\ la y nineThu~ .

.-\lpha P s i O-

m ega is th e 1rost rece ntly orga ni zed frate rnity on the campus. Prog ran~s

for the y ear·s m eetings

have b ee n d evoted to r eviews o f plays and a s tudy o f Engli s h drama. The fraternity ha s cooperat ed with the M ille r :\a bor ,; Parnell

Dramati c C lub 1n ~ pon soring dramatic productions and l\ I. T. );' _ K. d e bate and drama tic contests. In Decembe r a natio n a l con vention

Plastc r5 D. Prit chard H . Pritch a rd

o f th e one hundred thirty-six casts of th e organization was h e ld in St. Louis. The Peru cast h ad a d elega tion of ten members, th e la rgest del egation of a ny schoo l at the conve ntion . ·with its con sta nt s triving for the

Ro,:!ers Smith Weber \Ves t

idea ls of dramatic c r eat ion and production, this frate rnity holds a front position in the p a rad e o f organizations active o n this campus.

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Adam:<

:\ue Ba rn t5 13 ro\\'n C hatelai n

CJa ,·burn

cook

Emi;!h Hacket t Ha lte rma n

Han·ev F. H ec-k j .Heck J oh n::on Ke rn5

K innell

M iller Paul

Penn ey Perdue

P richard Reifi Reynolds

T ynon \\'atk in; W hee ler

Pi Gamma Mu National Social Scien ce Frat ern it y OFF I CERS LAWRE NCE Ei\IIGH President FRIEL K ERNS Vice President j ANE H AC KETT Secret ary-T reasurer DR. CASTLE M . BROWN Adviser

THE r\E BRASKA GAi\lMA Chapter o f Pi Gamma l\lu. :\a tional Social Science F ra ternity, was installed on our campus in Ap ril. 1929. T he purpose of the organization is the inculcation of the idea ls of scholarshi p. scientific attitude, method , and social service in rela tion to a ll social problems. Members are elected from those of junior and senior ra nk who have a superior scholastic record and who are majoring or minoring in history. social science. or geography . Probablv one of the outstandina0 proara ms of the year consisted of lVI r. . 0 Clayburn's discussion of the process a nd problems in pu blishing his recent text on Nebraska geographical features. Other meetings during the yea r were given over to informal discussions of current issues and socia l topics o f the past. In M a rch twenty-three members of this group visited the r\ebraska unicamera l legisla ture and the sta te capitol building. T he organization is a lways a lert when the opportunity for socia l study a rises. 60

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Paul Aue Kingsolver Sullivan

Pa uli ne Aue Ludington West

Brockma n Penn ey Winter

Cla r e, · Petri · Wirth

Co atn t·~·

R ock \\'('II \\'oltt·r

I rnll'r S mith

\' ont

Beta Beta Beta International Biological Fraternity OFFICERS

LEO

P ETRI MERRILL PENNEY DR. COATN EY DR. WINTER

Prcsidcul Scrrclary Treasurer Faculty A d v isr.r

TRI

B ETA was organized for the purpose of s upplying for the biological sciences an honorary undergraduate fraternity that would be ins trum enta l in promoting interest in this department of lea rning a nd in furthering the objec:tives of science.

"I speak not for m ys'.:lf but for t lr'! age unborn, I caught the fire from those who went before, The bearers of the torch who could not see The goal to which they strained, I caught their fire, And carried it, only a little w ay beyond; But there are those that wait for it, I know , Those who will carry it on to victory, I dare not jail them." 70


.-\I bert Mc.-\ll isle r Roc kwell

G ilbert Oppen heimer Ware

G rush Pasca l E. \Vest

J o h nson Pet ri \\"i rth

] uilfs P lu cknct t \\"oltcr

Lud inÂŁ!t on Reed Yont

Lambda Delta Latnbda JVational P hysical Science

Frat en~ity

OFFI CERS \YILLIAi\I K . P LUCKNETT fREDERICK \VOLTER Lou rs PASCAL Vrnc rNIA J oHNSON DR. \VALTER D. ALBERT

President Vice Presid ent Secretary -Treasurer Sergeaut-at-Arms Sponsor

L AMBDA DELTA LAMBDA is a n a tional physical science fraternity. Its object is to promote interest in the study of chemist ry a nd p hysics . T he local chapter was ins ta lled on this camp us during the school year 1933-34 . T he meetings a re devoted largely to a review of c urren t scien tific adva ncements a nd a study o f various industria l processes. At least one meeting d uring the yea r is sociaL T he May meeting has gained fa me as being the greatest steak fry in existence in Peru. Inclement wea ther never interferes, fo r if necessi ty dema nds, it can be h eld in the la boratory. The local chap ter has grown from seven to eighteen members d uring this school yea r. 71


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:\cord K lone

.

:\ufcnkamp .Metcalf

Fey M . Ro~.;c rs

.

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Hemphill

\Vca rc

Kappa Omicron Phi .Va tional H ome Economics Socic t y O FFI CE R S :\1 AX I I'E :\1 ET CALF

MARY D ALLAS H ARR I S MARY

A coR D

E DNA WEARE

Prcside11t Secretary T reasurer .· Id<:iser

THE

::-\u chC!pter of K appa O micron P h i was ins ta ll ed at Per u State T eachers College on March 15, 1930 . The purpose o f Ka ppa Omicron P hi is to raise the standards and ideals of a ll studen t s in t he Home Eco nomics depart ment. I t also gives backg round a nd experi ence of va lue to anyon e fo r teaching and becoming a hom e ma ker. The id eals a n d th e ul t imate goal are high in order that a girl must s tri ve to a t ta in t hem. A party was given in the au t umn fo r a ll gir ls tak ing work in t h e dep a rtment of home economics. The progra ms o f th e meetings a re d evoted to di scussions of fields o ther th a n teaching into which home econ o m ics migh t leacl . In April the members made a trip to O m ah a to to ur represen ta t ive i ndus tries. commercially equipped ki tchens, a nd reta il s tores whic h h a , ·e special in ter est to home economics people.

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.-\ d a ms :\. \ ". La r::on

Atk inson ] . La rson

Aue Lindstro m

BaIt ensperge r Raw::on

Ba ri.<;a :: Riggs

Brockma n Scho ll

h:erns T y ler

Epsilon Pi Tau 1Vational l ndustrial Arts Frat ernity OFFI CERS

Preside11t Vice President Serretary-Treasurcr Adviser

WAYN E R I GGS

PAUL .'\UE WARREN

c.

R.

s. :\DA :\!S

LI N DSTR0:\1

is a national fra ternity embracing Industrial Ar ts and \'ocational Ed uca tion. E ta , the local chapter, received its char ter in 1932 E

PSILON PI TA U

at Ka nsas City , Missouri. Membership in this fraternity is open to students in their j unior year who are majors in Industrial Arts, who have superior rankin?;, and who possess other qua lifications. Each year the fraternity sponsors the :M. I. :-.J. K. Industrial Arts Contest. which brings students of Missouri , I owa , X ebraska, and Kansas together in a common interest ... Industrial Arts.

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Alpha MLl

01T1ega .1/a!ltc llw lics C lu b A 11· : 1 ~

Bath Hill Lambert Oppenheimer Reed \Vest

Gilbert Huck Larson Pascal Saathofi Wheeler

FIRST SEMESTER L ESLIE OPPENHEIMER WILLIAM PLUCKNETT CALVIN REED -

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Gingrich J ohnson P luck nell Snyder W irth

Gottula J ones M cAllister Prichard Su torius Wolter

OFFICERS

President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer -

G r u~ h

Jui lf!' Nelso n R edd ing \Va tk ins Yont SECON D SEMESTER

-

FREDER i c K vYoLTEn WILLIAM PLUC KNETT R UT H SUT OR I US

I.PI I ,\

:\IL" 0:-. J EC.\

c ~ t a b Ii sh ed i n

I <J27. I t i:' : 1 branch c1 f the ~ationa l Council o f ":\f athemat ics Tea c h e rs and is identift ed with tlie \\·o rk c, f ut h e r na t io na I m a thematica l o rga m zat io ns . .:\ l embc r s hip is gran ted to th ose s tud ents who h ave com p leted a r eq uir e d numbe r o f co ur ses and h ave a tt a in e d ce rta in s t a nd a rd s . l\ I e mbe rs hip is hono r ary, active, a nd associate. :M ee t ings a re he ld twice each calendar m o n t h. A part of the progr a m of these meetings is devoted to the presentation of wr itten solu tions to problems or r eports o n s p ecia l topics . Each year the clu b r ecogni zes two rnembe rs of the fres h m a n class fo r excelle nce in math ematics. In 1936 this honor was awarde d to l\1a ry Grush a nd Ruth Sutorius .


Ca;oc, ¡ J. H eck

Clark

.I a n ~~c n Plat en berg

Cook Kerns Prichar d

Dodd M c Kimmey Reed

Engda hl Plasters

Student Advisory Council and Social Committee STUDENT ADVI SORY COUNCI L l\Ia rlyn E ngdahl Doris Pricha rd E laine D odd Friel Kerns Calvin Reed Patricia Casey Luena Cook Ronald Clark

SOCI AL COMMITTEE J ack Heck J eanne P lasters Vivian McKimmey William Platenberg

Pa ul Bla ir Lucille J a nssen

L-1E

Student Advisory Council this year undertook the sponsorship of the a nnual Homecoming for Peru alumni. The smoothness of the wellplanned routine of the Homecoming festivities warranted praise for those who were responsible for the day 's activities. I t also fell to the Student Advisory Council to direct and plan the a nnual football banquet. The Social Com mittee has as its du ty the direction of the socia l activities of the campus. Their prima ry fun ction concerns the arra ngements for the allcollege dances throughout the year. An importa n t accomplishment of the year was the purchasing of the public address system to fu rnish music for the dances. Specialty dances and floor shows were perhaps responsible fo r the large a ttendance at our college dances this year.

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Women's Athletic Association O FFIC J.::R S j ANE HACKETT ANITA SEARLE DOR IS PRI CHARD BLANCHE FRE EMI\:K ZELDA CARMI N E PHYLLI S DAVIDSO:K

President Vice Presidwt S ecret ary -Treasurer Poiut Recorder Spon sor

Lm

Women's Athletic Associa tion fi lls an impor ta nt place in coll ege life by providing recreation for girls in the form of sports a nd opportunities fo r the formation of congenia l friendshi ps. One hundred points earned in any sport is the entra nce r equirem ent. Letters are awarded to those who ea rn fi ve hundred poi nts , a nd swea ters a re awarded to those who earn one thousand points. T eam prac tices and tourna ments include each sepa rate sport. T he sports a re: Hitpin Ball , Volley Ball, Basketball, and Baseball. Swim ming, Hiking, P ing Pong, Tennis, Track, and Paddle T ennis a re also included under the minor sports program. By way of fostering school spirit the W . A. A. un der the leadershi p of Miss D avidson sponsored the organization of a pep squa d. Contributions are made each year at the annua l Chris tmas p a rty to the cabin erected north of town. This year the party was converted into a chili supper which was held in the gymnasium . 76


Phi Latnbda Alpha

lh ih~,­

B:tlle r Ba ri sas R e n ~ on

Athletic Fratemity BERT HALL

President \\· tr.B ER SH IELDS

l ·ice Presidwl

Brid!!ewat er C hristian C' hri ~ ten ;e n

Dean

j OE L PuNCHES

Serre/ ary-Treasurer S T U.-\RT BALLER

Gr.E:-J Gtu;E SOl'

.4 dvisers

PHr

L\::~moA ALPHA is usuall y kn own simply as the '· P " Clu b on the P eru campus. However, the letters P. L. :\. stand for Peru 's Loyal .-\thletes and symbolize the cha rac ter of good fellowshi p existing a mon g the members of the club. Those men possessing athletic ability. a certain standard of sc holarship. a letter in any o ne of the intercollegiate competitive sport s as football. basketball , t rack , or tennis are eligible for m embership. The a nnu a l " P " C lub formal dance was held on March 6. It was restricted to ' ·I-" ' Club members and their gues ts.

D o u !!la ~

Floyd Francis Gi lkeson

Grcathow' e Greene Hall Heck

Hoban Kin ~

Luclin!!lon L ~· tton

M cCo rmick McCowa n Mort MoO' ley

Nelso n Pe rd ue Pugh Punchc>

Revnolcls Riggs

Shields

Turne r Sullivan

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:\uit·nk a m p H a r nt , Hri d1t Hr"' k ma n ( ·a mplH'JI

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Fli t·.-

<; iII, .... , ( ;i n~.:ri l' h !!all r 1:!

rr"'

j di riL':< C . john ~o n

\ '. J oh n :'o n J <lilt':'

J ll i l f~

K l one Knapp

Lamb e rt Maa~

Martin

Alpha Erudito Scholarship Club OFFICERS GLEMA MIERS GORDON GILBERT EvANGELYN CoRNELL

THE

President Vice President Treasurer

year 1929 gave to Peru State Teachers College another active organization, Alpha Erudito. Every year students f rom high schools a ll over the state who have earned state teachers college scholarships a nd who attend 78


:\I a , ·~ t ri ck :\I i~rs :\l onrc :--.;,,<hknricp :'\oi~~c r

Oht•rnn ltc rau l Pa::ca l J>,•rn· P c r; hing

Pla,; te r ~

Pluck n e tt Purucker R eed Sh imonck

S hort Suto ri u; Tangeman Tri\·c ly \ \"heeler

Whittie r \Vii be rger \ \" i rl h \\"oltcr \"o nt

Alpha Ert1dito this college join the Scholarship Club. H ere they can mingle with fellow students who a lso hold scholarships. Since 1929 nearly four hundred have joined Alpha Erudito. From this number a suprising ly high percentage have maintained high scholarship throughout their college careers. This year t he club has had some interesting meetings. The first was of a "get-acq ua inted" na ture, at which time new members were welcomed. Other meetings consisted of sp eeches by the sponsor, Mr. S. L. Clements or student me mbers who descri bed summer experiences or discussed college life problems. Special musica l num bers by groups a nd individuals have added much to the regular programs. This organiza tion under the supervision of Mr . Clements seems never to lack spirit or cap a bility. It is the wish of the members that the club go through the p ages of Peru State T eachers College history as active and honorable. 79

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Everett Literary Society <J l·T I ( ·1·: R ~

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S I·:("0;\"0 SE:\lE S TER

I'AT RI C" JA C A S EY

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Trf'lrsurcr ::\fAXI /'o:E I\l ETC"J\L F

Beattv D. Coatney Fichter Heinke Kelly Kirk

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Bucher M . Coatney Hall Hill Ray Kell ogg Langr

Casey DeVore H azelton Humphrey Roy Kell ogg Maag


Everett Literary Society

FIVE

years af ter t he Ph il oma thean

Literary Society was established coincidenta lly with the school. a ri\'al society was organized ... the £,·erett Literary Soc:iety. At the end of the yea r the E verett Litera ry Soc ie ty will ha,·e completed it s six ty-fifth yea r.

The origina l a im of the

organization was to enable the s tudent

to

learn how to e xpress himself in public a nd to give the listeners something valuable a nd inte res ting. In keeping with this ai m, the programs of the society are built a round the n trious abiliti es of its members. Any ta lent along drama tic a nd music lines, as well as literary a bility , is gi ven a n opport unity for expression.

T h e ou tstanding even t of the year

was the facu lty tea sponsored by the Everetts. The membership of th e society is limited to seventy- fi ve. ~ ew members are elected into t he society twice each yea r after careful considerat ion o f qualificat ions . Matthews Murphy Pcnn c, · Sh eldo n Wagner

M etcalf ::\icholas Renner Slack Weber

Miller ::\icmann Sc hafier Spielman \'ont

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Armstrong Burgn er E. Conwell J acques

Barnts Chris tian Filmer J arvis

Beamer C lark Flies C. j ohnso n

B c r~-: man

Boggl':O:.f.

Clifto n (; a lbraith E . J ohn;oo n

Coll in ( ; lo :'."t<r \· . j o h n:'ol1

Boom D . Co n w ell 1-larri:;. K cc hlcy

Philomathean Literary Society O F F ICER S S E co r-;n S E:-.tE S T E R

FIRST S E:\1ES TER

j OE

B t.:R I'<IIA:\[

D o R IS CoN W EL L

WI N IFRED M AJ O RS -

Sf' cr cta r y

JoH N CoLLIN

Trl'as urr r

MISS PEARL ~E !'\To;-.;

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COL LI N

S /JO II sor


Ken t on Majors R eiff Snider

A. Lam bert M iers Rey nolds Stenglein

V. Lambert Parker Richards Vance

Livingsto n Perry Saatho ff \Yed erquist

Lo rimor Pierce S herman \Vern er

L Ytton Q~iller Sho rt \Yilberger

Philomathean Literary Society

THE

P hil omat hean L itera ry Society is the oldest student organizat ion in t h e state of 1'\ebraska. It was organized sim ul ta neo usly with the admission of th e s tate into the un ion in 1867 and the founding of this college. It was origina lly a debating society. Later th e purpos!:'s were stated as li terary a nd foren sic cul ture. Today t h e society spon sors h igh standa rd s a nd idea ls by expansion in to every p h ase of education. P hilo develops the so::ia l interests of its mem bers, a nd music, speeches, drama ti cs, a nd social dis::ussion s p lay a grea t part in the mon thly progra ms. Miss Kenton , faculty ad viser a nd sponsor, has been la rgely responsible for the success of t he orga ni zation duri ng this yea r. Sh e h as cons ta n tly ser ved a s a g uide for t h e office rs a nd organization in wh atever p roject they have u nderta ken. 83


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Dunning

You ng

Hanlan

B:trnl !'

Girls Club O F F I C I ·:R~

FrRST Sn1ESTEn MARY PAULI !':E

S1·:co:-:o S E:o.l ESTER

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MARY KATHHYN I-lAl':I.A l': DOROTHY S TEVE:-150.1':

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L II.I Til PIERCE

Spo11sor

MRS . D U!':I\: 11\:G

COl.i ::\' C IL.

Blanche Freeman

E la ine Dodd

Wi nifred Majors

Helen :i \larga ret L arson

Ruth Sutorius

Co ri n ne Ha rnts M il dred W illi ams

PRIZE WI:-~ NDIG Cos T U MES OF Gm Ls CLun PART\'

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Girls Club

L -IE

Girls C lub is the truly democratic organi zation of the campus. Every girl in school is welcomed to membership. This eighteen-year-old club , having as its a ims: the culti vating of inner poise and grace, promoting of friendship and good fellowshi p, uni ting in ac tion, creating a cultural and apprecia ti ve a tmosphere, manifesting coopera tion for the betterment of the socia l a nd ethical s tandards, making a place for real fun a nd pep at the proper time, creating a spiri t of ind ividual devotion, forming a worth while relaxation peri od , a iding in a fi na ncia l stress period, works for the development of purer wo ma nhood . The residence girl s a re organi zed under the leadership of Vivian La mbert, a nd they enjoy a social hour each week in the M usic H all audi torium. where a closer bond o f fri endshi p is acco mpli shed for the girls in the residence homes. One o f t he longes t reme mbered parties each yea r is tha t of the Girls Cl ub. U nique ideas a re wo rked out within the group , la ter to be participated in by all members. Selections from the party programs are not infreq uently p resented in Convoca tion p rograms . T his year the ' ¡Parade of the M onths" constit uted the t heme. Every birthday mon th was represented by some ac t or panto mine.

Dodd

Freeman

M ajors

Larson

Sutorious

Will iams 85

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Hileman Metca lf

Mc K im mey .'\ich o las

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193 6 CABI:-\ET VIVIA N M c Knn1 EY

- Prf's id r·11t

R u TH ANN HILL

Vice Prcsid f' nt

ELAINE SHA FER ] ANE DRESSLER M AXINE M ETCALF

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D OR IS PR!CI-JARD Sr·crr·t ary .\L\R\' ELIZ,\BET!l \YER NER ir f'as urcr .\lAR Y ELL EN SLA C K R e-inl crprel alirm of I<cliKion ( ;Ei': EVIE VE PARRIOTT

Personal R elations-

L YDIA M AY WH EE LER

Creat ive L f'is urc

MISS HILEMAN

Fa cult y .'ldv iser

Mrss W EARE

.i\L\XI NE }ARVIS

- Faculty !ldv iscr W orld C oojJcratio n Puhlicit y

L U CILLE

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ZELD,\

]A NSSE N CARl\H NE

R UTH C RONE H ELE!';

SC HI N DL E R

&RrCH.\IE NT of life exp e ri e n ces a nd a close r r elati o ns hip w ith G od is the goal of t heY . W. C. A. The Quest Gro ups o f R e-inte rpre t a ti o n o f R eli gion, P ersonal R ela tions, C rea ti ve L eis ure, a nd \\' o riel Coopera ti o n seek to serve as a means to this e nd. The Christ mas season wa s a busy on e for Y . \\' . C. A. membe r s. A pageant, writte n a nd produced b y Y. \i\' . C. A . m e mbers, was present ed at C onvoca tion . In additi on the g ro up sp onsored ca rolling. Finall y, a j a p a n ese sale of Christmas gifts was co nduc t ed in th e Eli za l\l org an P a rlor s . Mrs. C la ra Sch wiess, a n o uts ta ndin g p e rso nalit y in th e field of Y . \V. C. A., was a visitor on the ca mpus earl y in 193 7. :";ine d e legates fro m P e ru attended the summer co nference a t Estes l'nrk , C o lorad o, and fo u rt een attended th e co nferen ce at H ast ings, :"; e brask a, in .i\I a r c h. 86


Bcam('r

Bath

Co lli n

l\lathcws

Reed

Slagle

Young Men's Christian Association CABINET CALV I N R EED RAY BEAM ER

President. Vice President

}OH N CoLLIN

Secretary

RICHARD SLAG L E

Treasurer

J.

A.

L. B.

B ATH lVIATHE\\"S

- Advisers

THE Y. M. C. A. is a n organization of the men on the campus who stri ve to li ve by C hristia n principles. The group through study and experience feels that the ideals of Christ are still sound and applicable to modern life. The purpose of promoting growth in character and fellowship a mong the stud ent body is accomplis hed by weekly meetings. Religious inspiration is offered by the d iscussions of everyday p roblems. 1886 saw t he opening endeavors of the Y. M. C. A. upon our campus. This, the ' ·Y's" fiftieth year, has been progressive. Delegates have been sent to Estes Park, Colorado, and other conferences a nd retreats, the a nnual Father and Son Ba nquet was jointly sponsored by the ' ·Y" and Kiwanis club, and the group has brough t nota ble speakers as Dr. Ennis with philosophies and discussions on socia l life, creative leisure, etiquette and dress, na tional government, and peace problems . Cooperation with the Y. \\·. C. A. to provide interesting joint meetings has been successful. The Y . M. is a wo r thy organization, and it inspires its members to a higher plane of t hought and action . 87

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Freshman Clubs PE RSO:\ .-\LITY

President

ROSE:\1.-\RY CLOIOT LOUI S E RISHEL

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Upperdass Sponsor

VEROl'A 1-:. LOl'E Mrss BR ,\Ct~NEY

Faculty Adviser

PERU PLAY E R S

President

CHR IS lVL\N SC HREK

!"ir e President

LUCEENE :i\1.-\AG

S crrelary

ALPHADEAN CA~PDE L L

Cpperdass Sponsor

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.IAYIRI

Faculty Adv iser

D . ]. ::'-JJ\BORS

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CLUB S ECON D S D !ESTER

FIR ST SEi\1 ES TER

E:\IJLIE L-\N GR

President

l\lAR G,\ RET RouDINS -

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l·icc President

RuTH :\'oERRLINGER-

HELEN LONG

S ecrctary-Trcas. - Upperclass Sponsor S :\II TH

HELEN SCH I NDLER ANNIE LAUR I E

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Treasurer

RAY:\101'0 REED

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Mrss PETER SON

SCRIBBLERS

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1\l.-\R]ORJE HARRIS

President

OLLIE P u RU C KER

President

S ('( retary Treasurer

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R eport er Cp pcrrlass S ponsor - Cpp errlass Spon sor F acult y

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O FFI C ER S

Peru Dramatic

Club

R u TH H owE

President l "icc Presiden t Secretar y Treasurer Direct or

Cl-l i\ HLES I 'A R :>:EI. I.

Don i s l'nicJI ,\HD GHETC II EK ~l ILLE R

D.

L -IE

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busie~t

Peru D ramatic C lub ha s been o ne of th e o r ga ni za tions on the campus. The summer session found th e group s po nsoring the p rod u ctio n of D eath Takes A H oliday . The fa ll seaso n open ed with the H o m ecoming presentation of Post R oad. Probably the outstanding play of the yea r w as Cyrano de B ergerac . F or the fo urth consec uti H â&#x20AC;˘ y ea r the Dramatic C lu b in coopera tio n with t he music a nd at hl eti c groups s taged a Col/q~c Parade that had more surprises, vari ety , la ug hs, and attra c ti,¡e set tin gs than the produc tions of form er years. The production of Cinderella l>y a n all -girl cast wi th e ffect ive lig hting , costuming, and drapery proved to be o ne o f the most c harming ente rta inme n ts of the yea r. The spring play One ill ad iYiKiil in its wi erd se tting with h a unting noises stimul ated both th rills and laug h s . In conjunction wi th Alpha l'si Omega the Dra m atic Club spo nsor ed both the M. I.);" . K debate a nd dra m a ti c contests. These events brought m o r e groups and individ ua ls to the camp us than they had fo rme rl y .

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Po st R oad

Cy1·ano

De Be1-g em c

Cinderella

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Peru Singers

SO PRJ\ :-I! Alice Auxier Maxine Aufenkam p Evelyn J ones E leanor Hemphill H elen M . Larson Margaret Vance Gladys Nofsgcr R uby Mac Stanley Eleanor Campbell Mildred P olk Marj or ie Harris

Ar,TI lhss r Go rdo n Gilbert Ruth H o we Marj orie Coatn ey R o nald C lark Maxine Galb raith Howard Mille r Virginia Trively Kennet h Hart Etta Ncunaber \Varrcn :\dams Miriam Reel j ac k Hazelton Frances H a rd y Marth a C lifton C harl e~ Parne ll Max in e Ra nda ll Richard Turner Lucille H azelton F r ed J o hns on C ha rlo t te Martin William C h apin Julia J ean P lasters Kennet h Youn g Maxine Metcalf R uT H C II ATF:I.A I :-1, Pir111ist

T HE C~IIM ES OF NORMANDY

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M e rvin Bj o rk Ralph Sc h o ll Ray Beamer William Mooney D. J. D u cy j o hn Du s ti n Graydon Ash to n R ay K e llogg Robert Blanken s hip


Trr E C OLLEGE

ORcrtESTR,\,

\'. H . Jindra, Directo r

College Orchestra I S T Vwl.l:-;

R ichard Tu rn e r J ean Spier Helen Ma rgaret L a r3r: n Etta Ncunabcr Luc ille Renner Hattie R icha rd s Mary Kathryn Hanlan 21\ D VJOLI1\

Maxine Jarv is Charlotte M art in Elaine S hafer Helen Wilbc rgc r Man· Mat t h c\\'5 Ma r~· :\ 1\'CC Vande rio rd Dor~thy. Maystrick VIOLA Charles Parnell Luci lle Ha zelto n Catherine H a rris \Vilma McMahon CELLO J eann e J acq u cs P a tric ia Ca.SC\' Doro t h y Snider L o uise Ma t thews

STRI1\G BASS

R ichard Slac:le Be rnice Bush L ill ian Mclninch ls:1bcl T\·n on ( h ie:I; ~ch ool) OBOE

R O\' Li\'Ch' Beat rice JVI ill Ftt' TE

] a n et H arris ( h igh ~c ho ol) R .\ SSOO:>;

Marjorie H a rri:: Con:>;ET

R odn ey P arke r Robert \ Vcb!'r FRE1\C H

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L eon a Bert ,,·e ll ( hi!,!h sc hool ) T HO~l ll0 1\E

Jack Ha zelto n Flo rence ?\ C\'C

CLAH I )IET

Rober t Bl a nken shi p J erome Sn y der

T Y~ I PASS I

Dnuu

W ayn e Schaffer

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QL'AHTETT E

Left to Right: Lucille R enne r . J can Spier , Hattie Richards. Maxine J an·is 93

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Sy111phonium OFFI C E RS ] E IW:\I E S:-.; Y OEl~

President HEu::-.;

J.,\H SO ;-.;

J·icc President ELEA:":O H :\!1::\[ ,\NN

Secr et ary C II A RI. O TT E l\ lART! N

Trl'a surcr :\J R.

BEl" F ORD

S ponsor

v:-. IPII ON J U:>.J 1s a l oca l ho no r soc iety o f those inte rested in music. l\1I eetings

S

are held the first lVI oncl ay f'vening o f every m onth. Persons wh o a re ma jors or minors in

mus ic a nd who

have comple ted six teen h o urs of m usic with a '' B " a ve rage are d ecla red elig ibl e for a cAuxier Freema n J indra McKimmey Searle

Benfo rd H ill J ones :vrajors Snyd er

Cha te lai n H um ph rey La rson Marli n Steck

C lark j a n ·is Li ve ly :\ie m a nn Steve nso n

ti ve me mbe rship in this organi za tion . The g roup s p o n so red a p a rty fo r a ll m e mb e r s o f every musica l o rg a ni za ti o n on th e ca mp :.~ s . l\I e mbe rs of the fa c ui ty in te restecl in mus ic were in vited to a ttend a ll mee tings .

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The Peruvian Burke

J ohnson

THE STAFf

ST.-\Ff ::\IC\lB ERS Blanche freema n Ruth Howe Marjorie Lammers Cha rlot te \Yederq uis t

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J ac k H eck Ray Kellogg \Yilliam l\looney Frederick \Yolter

£.

\"rRGIN IA ] OH!'\SON

Business

] . \\"r LLIAM B u RKE DR. FRA N K

E.

Editor

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~Manager

Sponsor

\\".·\ RE

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is for yo u to say whether thi s yea rbook under a different staff orga nization has been successful or not. This year rather tha n giving official titl es to each s taff member and restricting him to one phase of yearbook production , the editor and business manager have selec ted helpers who have been called upon for assistance in vari ous phases of the yearbook conception and organiza tion. Behind the staff, Dr. \\"are. the faculty adviser. has always been present to exert a guiding influence a nd a id in avoidi ng or surmoun ting difficulties. In the lat ter part of October the editor and business manager attended the Xational Scholastic Press :\ ssociation Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Here much o f the inspiration and ma ny of the ideas embodied in this book were gleaned. It is the hope of the staff of the 1937 PERCYL-\::\ that in this yearbook we have caught the genera l spirit and at mosphere of the school ... its student body, facul ty, act ivities, and athletics. \Ye trust tha t in the hours of collecting, checking, and writing o f copy, planning page layo uts, organizing sections, mou nt ing p ictures , a nd p roof reading we have not obscured our goal. This year the faculty committ ee has awarded Peruvian Keys to E. Virginia J ohnson a nd J. \\"illiam Burke for their work in the production of this annual. They in t urn wish to express their thanks to the staff members for the assistance lent them .

Frre rnan

H rck

H o we

Moonry

Wolter 95

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Shafer

Marsh

Parnell

Pedagogian ST AFF

l·:ditor .II akc-up J·:ditor

ELAINE SHA F ER

CHARLES PAR.:>;ELL

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] ACK H ECK

::\oJDIAN L ITTRELL MARION MARSH

Sport s l ·:dilors SfJVIISOY

REI'ORTER S FIRST SE:-1ESTER

Vera Frerichs Maxine Galbraith Dorrie Jones Amos Sullivan Vivian Lambert Junius ll'l cCowan

Cleo Blakely William l'lat cniJerg Robert lladham i\l arjo ric Lamm c r~ E\·clvn Stuart J can.ne Pla~tcrs

Hoi• Bl·n!-on Elclrecl D ouglas Cla ra Ey re Bert H a ll :\ilecn Kclln· John :\1agor. Lnui>c :\1attht· w ~ Kei th Parker :\ni ta Searle

l)ori."< Conwe ll Marlyn Engdah l Eliza beth Gl o"sc r :\1arv Kathr\'n H an lan :\or~an l.iti rcll El l·anor Maj o r;; :\1ary Elizabeth :Murphy Ha r o ld Pri cha rd :\nnic L au ric S mith

T HE PEDAGOGJAN during the 1936-3 7 term h as attempted to s erve a need for promotion of fm er school spirit a nd better ca mpus activities. Elaine Shafer, as editor, Charles Parnell , make-up ed itor. and J o hn Heck and ~Or­ man Littrell as sports editors, worked to accomplish t hi s purpose. Miss Marion Marsh of the English department assUJr.ed h ~ r third year of sponsorship of the Pedagogian. She has taken 0\·er this position w ith a complete knowledge of jo urnalis m and s::hool p ubl icat io ns gained th rough previous experience. The course in newsw riting has been made a requ irement for English majors and minors. Thi s has raised the level of efficiency with wh ich the news is handled. The class is ta ught in a laboratory met hod, and the repo rters have been acquain ted with journalism from both t h e li terary a nd mechan ical angles.

The policy of the paper is to serve as a record of activities a nd t o present them in an unbi ased manner. In add ition to th e regul a r h appenings o f the school, the paper carries two humor col umns . a Dramettes col umn , faculty sketches. and student sketches. lt is issued on \\'ed nesday of each week. In spite of the work involved, the 1936-37 Pedagogian s taff has enjoyed it in the light of th e favorable responses and cooperati o n o f fa c ul ty and students. 96


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o ,\CJI ( ; I.E :-.: (; I J.I..: J·: so:-.: has

completed h is sc ,· c nth yea r of coac hing at l'c ru State T each ers Coll ege. In that time some o f his teams may ha,·e t;~ s t ed de feat, but they h ave learn ed th e qual ities o f s por t::;mans hi p th ;t t somet im es a re o\·erl ookcd in the e ffort to win. The 1 9 .36 foo tbal l season cannot be jud.!..(ed by scores : it mus t be ra ted in term s o f the num ber and qua lit y o f men who were bro ke n in during the sea son .

CoACH Gt.E:-; G I LK ESO:-;

oACH ST UART BALLER in his year and one-half at Pe ru has earned for himself an hono r ed position in the estimation of those in the athletic depart men t as well as the entire college. This year he built up a team of such caliber as to tie for the confe rence title in basketball. His 193 7 team met th<~ Cniversity of Mon tana tea m in a match tha t showed our team to advantage. C

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1936 Foo tb all

"W-IE:-.: the 1936 football team named \r ayne Riggs to the position of H onora ry Cap tain , they named one of the greatest a thletes in Peru history. \\'hen the 193 i basketball sum mary was made. Ca ptain '-'"ayne Riggs closed his basketball career wit h l Si points for the season high point honors. I n his four years of competition, \\'ayne has garnered twelve major letters in the three major sports. In addition to his four yea rs a t forwa rd on the basketball team and four years in the backfield on the grid iron. he runs the l 00 ya rd dash in 9 :8 seconds,

\V,\YXE R IGGS

the 22 0 ya rd dash in 21.5 seconds, and j umps 22 feet 8 inches in t he b road jump. H e's a true Bobcat if there ever was one.

FooTBALl, SQt:AD

Top No;c': Raymo nd Francb, Howard Dt·an. On·illr Pugh. Bernard Bari...-.1$. Gilbert Puruck<'r. Ll'Roy Chri:'ll'lb<'n . Tht•ron l'arkt•r, Paul Knapp, Larry Swrk . St rond R o:c: Coach U all~r. Eldred Do ugh<$. \\" tlbNt Shields. John R \\"(•,t. Lennard Grcathou;e. La\ 'ern Kin):. llonald Chambcrl;.in. J uhn Uuyn. Lr- ll•r ) Jo.-ley. l'aul Blair. Co.tch Gilke;un. Third Ro:c•: j ohn Greene. j oel l'unchr;. l h-lbrrt :-.=t• bun. Ruber t Chri<tian, Art hur Reynold>, Amo,t :'ullivan. \\'aync Ri~l(>. j ohn Tynon. llale Uridgcwatl'r. flottom No: .. : Jack Fl<~y<l. j oe \ 'aet·k. J un is ) lcCowan. Gcor):e )Iori . Hob Benson.

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Clt•rul :'ht•t.• ly. Lt~:' tt-r ~l n:- lt.•y, Li.'onard Grcatho u ::.l~. Ctlach Ballt•r. \\"i lliam Plal£'nberg: . La \ 'ern King. ~le i \\'orkman. Frvnt Rv:c: J-lpw: ml )),•an. \\"ayn,· Rig_~;. Ru;;l'll Bai k y. n,•an ~l c C~ rmick. Boll 1-l:llladay. O rville Pug h.

1936-37 Basketball

Bvdefeating Kearney in the final co nfer e n ce battle, Peru moved into a tie with \Yay ne for first place in the final conference standings. \Yay ne led in conference scoring. having made a tota l of 231 poin ts in 6 games for a n average of 38 points a game. Peru led in defensive, having only 190 points in 6 games or an average of 33 1/3 points a game scored against her . In like a kit ten and out like a Bobca t was the ta le of Peru 's 1936-3 7 basketba ll team. Maryville opened the season by gaining a 40-29 victory, and Nebraska B fell in the final game 48-3 7. In conference ti lts the Bobcats started slow, but finished with six wins a nd two losses, to tie Way ne for the first place in the conference. The Cats administered a double spanking to K earney, and

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broke even with C hadro n and ~¡ay n e . ln the fi rst ga me with Kearney , Hal laday took hi s position in the regul ar lin e-up replac ing Mel \York ma n who was eli mi na ted by a n in j ured k nee. In the second Kearn ey ga me, the o u tsta nd ing p layer was lVIcCormick who was ab ly a ssis ted by R iggs a nd Dean. ln the ftrst til t wit h Chad ro n , th e Peru boys fou nci too mu ch T etzner in C hadro n 's team, b u t t he nex t evening throug h t he combi ned e fforts of Ri ggs, Dean , and M cCormi ck, P eru ca me o ut o n th e long end of the score. The first meeting with \Yay ne found th e P eru Bobca ts ha mp ered by the fl u epidem ic. Wayne won by a ll -aro und p layi ng . ln th e game later in th e season , howe ver , Hall ad ay led

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P eru 's attack by making six baskets. The score ended 43- 27 in Peru¡s fayor. Outside of the conference games, Peru played M onta na in th e highlig ht ga me o f the season for :\ebra ska coll ege". The ga me was ma rk ed by a reco rd crowd wi th exci tement running wild. \\"ith eig ht minutes left to play the score stood Peru 26, l\ Io nta na 24. Th e reserve s trength of }lantana fi na ll y made th e score stand 51-37 in }lantana's fa vor. ln th e season 's initi al game ~laryvi lle defea ted Peru in t he onl y meeting of the two tea ms; likewise , H ast ings defeated the Bobcats, giving them the short end of th e fina l co unt twice. In the mea n-

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time P eru took tw o gam es fro m \Yesleyan a nd nosed o ut two fro m Doa n e. Tarki o tra d ed ga m es with P eru ea rl y in th e sea son , and in th e clos ing m o nt hs :\ebras ka B won a o n e-po inte r , a nd t he n dropped a d ecis ive v ic to ry to th e Bobca ts . :\ea rl y eve ry ga m e had its in d iv id ua l s ta rs. In scoring of points Ri ggs led with 157 points, a nd h e was fo llowed in s uccessio n by M cCormi c k w ho m a de 13 1 points, D ean 84 points. Halla d ay 59 points, a nd Ba iley 50 points. \\'orkman , an earl y lead e r fo r s coring ho no rs, injured his knee and was fo rced fro m ac ti ve compe titio n d urin g the las t par t o f the season . H e was c red ited with 44 p o in ts . W o rkman 's place was a ptly ta ke n by H alla d ay d uring the la tter part of the seaso n.

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SCHEDULE Dec. 10

~l a ryYille

40

Peru 29

Dec. 18

Tarkio

40

Peru 2S

D ec. 21

Cni.

51

Peru 37

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J a n.

8

\Yesleyan

36

Peru 26

J an.

9

H a stings

41

Peru 32

J an.

12

Tarkio

59

Peru 36

J a n. 15

\Yay ne

50

Peru 29

:\ebraska B.

28

Peru 26

Jan. 26

Doane

26

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J an . 29 .

\Yesleyan

26

Peru 29

J an . 30

Has tings

32

Peru 41

D oane

26

Peru 25

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h.earn ey

32

Peru 23

Febr. 12

Chadron

35

Peru

Febr. 13

Cha dron

28

Peru 43

Febr. 20

\Yay ne

2i

Peru 40

F ebr. 26

K earney

26

Peru 42

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Peru 48

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Track THE close of the 1936 track season found Peru sco ring three firsts to take third place in the I\. I. A. A. con ference track a nd field meet. Riggs won the 100-yard clash setting a new conference record of 9.8 seconds and in the broad jump , j umping 22 feet 8 inches. Hoban threw the javelin 169 feet 6 inches fo r the other first position. The 193 7 season has prospects fo r even a more successful season.

Tennis THis season will find two tennis lettermen return ing . Heck and Perdue. These augmented by W ay ne Schaffer, J erome Snyder. and Bill and Bob Mooney should bring to the front a strong tenn is team. Prospects for this tennis season a re much b r ighter than they were for last year's schedul e. L ast season letters were a lso awarded to Rex Wilson and R ichard Leahy.

L P/1 t o Right: j ohn Hec k , Coach P . A. Maxwe ll. W illiam Mooney, j ames Perdue, j crome Snyde r , Robert M oon ey . Wayn e Scha fie r.

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Underclass R epresentative 11 4


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"T hree" Campus

. The Flag . . First Prize

The Cat . . . Al l O ver . . The Cro wd . "Subs" . . . Standpipe . " Fr e~ hi c'路 Walk . . . Co llins

. The Band The Ca r . .

. . The Library


N.Y.A.- J ean . . Greatho use . . . Co llcgeFre;,hmen ?? . . . Barney . .. Lively . . .Waa\Vaa G irls . . . J ohnm路 . . . Overseer:; . . . Kodakers . . . Elaine Eddv . . . Yes, We Have So me Bana nna s, Pau l . . . Nighty. N i!,:ht . . . L ouise . . . 路 .. Si" \\'atkins


\Va re, Steck, Coatney . . . Steck . . . Al bert , Lindstro m, Hu ck . . W int e r . . . Mr,. M<J rs h . . . 路路 Trainer:" . . . T relli; . . . Pr exy . . . Lin dstro m . . . The Ca mpu s . . Gi lk . . . Ob servatory .. . Ticket Booth . . . Return o f t he D e<Jn . Victo r Hu1-to . . L oo kin g Dcl\\路 n . . . 路 Susie T ear


SNOW AND SKATil'\G


Dr. Maxwell . . . " Bound Eas t for Ca rdif" . .. H ypnotism . . . Coi ls Trio . . . Gi rls T ri o Dorm Council Personified . . . Opera Shots . . . Wooden Sold iers . .. Pep Squad


Statua r y in th e Garden . . . After Com路o . . . W yatt . . . Swecnic . . . Two Cart cr5 . . . Flat . T oe the Mark . Rc, t in Peace . . . " Arc!" . . . J im . . Mel, Mick. Ray . . . Sully . . . Burton , Weber .. . Sno wbirds . . . Vance . . . Renner . . . Dorrie . . . Allie, H . M ., Evic


June and Art . . . Pat and Rod . . . Snider and Sc haffer . . . E lean or and J ohn . . . C la rey a nd Randall 路 路 . Mr. and Mrs. . . . Slim and Ardist . . . Sweenie a nd Aileen . . . Badham a nd Dorld Ca rter and J eanne . . . Mick and Norm y . . . Evelyn and Sh ee ly . . . Halls a nd Freem a n . . . J ohnson and P crshi np; . . . Arlene and "Dip"


S h ie ld~ . . . L o w . . . S ioux C it y . . . S pielm an . . . Ga ls . . . Arthur and Imler . . . Clift on . . . Mi c r~ . . . Pl a~ t c r~ and P ric hard . . . L!ca t t v . . . H eck ... \\"o rkman and "Stu '' .. . An ita . .. Ba rney . ? ? . j o . . . L y tl o n Me Kimnw~路 路 Bub M oo ney . . . Platcnb<'rJ.!. Puruckcr , Sta rk


THAT C H ORUS TO UR The Rail . . . Goodbye . . . Some More Ra il . . . Who's There. C harlie? . . . .. P op'' . . . 路 . - Remmers . . . Oh , M v! . . . The Vehicle . . . Sweet Drea m s . . . E va ns . Ca m p b ell . . . Just Before the Concert .. .'":-\ow?" . . . Goodb ye, Yet . . . A Vacancy . . . C ha rl otte a nd E \路ic


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. . . P at . ] im . . . Arthur, Clifton, R enne r . . . Cla rey , Fichter . . . T urn er, Bob Moon ey . . . Doug Bla n c he . . . Bill . . . Evie . . . Ray . . . Ncuanaber, H. M., Rob S t e nglein , J a nssen Bill M oone\路 . . . 11 . H all . . Virginia . . . Rut h Crone . . . Ruth Howe . . . Riggs . . . Halladay . . . Three Gals


The Engine SO :\JE :\lORE I'RJ·:- \\·:\R ST C FF : (;RETC' IIE X :\JJJ. J.EI<:

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PROBLDr: Dr. Winter asked t he office to buy him some new text books. T he request ca me back immediately, ma rked " gra nted". \Vas it beca use ( 1 ) the office thought Dr .Winter needed the books ~ ( 2) the office made a mistake ? ( 3) t he office had a surplus of money a nd wanted to spend some o f it:' Al'\S\\"ER: Nl iss Gockley was on her vacation. PROBLDt: Girls Club didn 't meet Wednesday at its regul ar time. Was it because ( 1) the a uui to rium burned up ? ( 2) Ma ry Katherine Hanlan was ill ? (3) the girls had a sit-clown strike on the campus lawn? AxswER: M rs. Dunning misplaced her sc rapbook. THAT BLO~D AGA I~ l ove is nothing but a game, So all the poets say. But if love is nothing but a <>a rne ' I went out on a triple play. b " Beg Pardon," said the hotel clerk at th e Cornhusker during the State Teachers Conventi on "but what is your name? " ' " ~arne! " echoed indignant Grace Tea r who . St reg1.stered , "D on ' t you see my signature ' ha d JU there on the register ?"

"I do," answered the clerk calmly, "that is what aroused my c uriosity. 1910- - BliT STILL GOI~G ST RO~G : 1\I R. H Ec K: '·I want the 'Life of Julius Caesar. '" ETHEL GLOSSER: ''I'm sorry. Brutus is a head of you. " 126

( The pb cc·~ - - \' e good o ld \\'h ite H o use.) ( The peop l e~-- T\\'o pol it icia ns.) ·' \ \'e need so m e ,.c,tc·s. my dea r Joh n D oe, Elect io n clay is comi ng. :\nd if I don't keep o n thi:-; job :\1 v gos h. I 'll be a-b u mmi n g. :'\~w sir. yo u sec it is the youth (Acco rding to the D igests) \\ 'h o 'II h;~ \'e the s ay on next poll day - Dea r me, \\'C must get thi n gs to h u mm ing. " Thcv o •nva ssed a ll th e coll eges The~ sea rc h ed thro ug h a ll the towns , And after m o n ths o f good red -tape . This is \\'hat th ey found: Our vo uth , o ur 0\\'11 forgot ten youth. O ur youth n eeds rec reat ion - So o u t o f a ll this fuss, it cam e - T 11 ~-: :'\,\TtOXi\L \' ouT II Ao:\t t N tSTRATtON! FAMOUS THRO WER S Bull Throwe r- ' ' S il ver- tongu e " Ch innock Foo tball thrower- Jack Floyd Basketba ll thrower- Bob H a ll aday Hash Thrower- J oel Punc h es \ Vater thrower- Pansy Pi erce- 304 (~ow you kn ow ! ) :'\E\<\' SWRITI NG-

FIRST SEMESTER

Teacher fa inted , h it t he Aoor, D orri e J ones forgot to sno re. Pla t ten berg bega n to gaze Ylie rs ' mi nd was in a maze. Julia Jea nn e bega n to talk. Galbraith even fo rgot to talk. ~ow that I 've got you a ll a-gu essin ' H ere's t h e rea son-" C iass had t he ir lesson. "


The Baggage Car l T C.·\ :\'T I-1 .-\Pl' E:\ H ERE:

l\I ay 2 1. 19 47: "Tell me . Pete ... cntertated Doris Con well Clark gazi ng in to her m irro r. "do you t hink I a m !'till a:- pretty as y o u used to say I was when yuu f1rst marri ed me ten y ears ago?" Sa icl !'e tc: "Certainl y no t. " Dormi to ry girls' co unc il in uni son a ' ·suggestio n " offer ed hy th e dea n :

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answer to AGED I N 0 .-\.K: .-\ 1'\NA LOU ISE SHORT: '·\\'hat do you mean he's too old?

":\0. l\ Irs. Dun ning! .. One o f th e new me mbers g l\·e:; t he a ccep tance speech at a n initia ti o n banq ue t of some fra ternit y or o ther:

RuTH 1'\ICHOLAS: " \\'hy he's so old he can remember when ' neck' was a noun ; 'pansy' was a fl ower : and ·Fanny was a girl 's name."

' ·I ' m not proud a nd thr ill ed to join this organi za ti o n , a nd if I d id n' t think it wo uld give me a pull. l wuul d n 't be here to nig ht. I 'm willing to do a ny th ing- if 1 ca n't get o ut of it. "

BOTTLED I l\ BOl\D :

Ric hard Sherman was a sked '' hy he wasn't class yesterd ay:

If a freshman were as wise as he thin ks he is, a sophomore as wise as he thinks other people think he is, a junior as wise as he thinks he will be. and a senior as wise as everybody thinks he should bethe Peru Sta te Teachers College woul d sell out. Ill

" Pro fessor. I d id n 't have ptoma ine poisoning, a b ad cold , o r a sp ra ined ligament. My g ra nd m o ther's g rea t-a unt is s ti ll a li ve. a nd I did n 't watc h t he door for the such a nd s uch contes t. 1 deli ber a tely ski pped class, prof.. cause I was so da rned bored I tho ug ht I 'd d ie. " Mrs . Ma rs h to a poor li ttle freshman girl : " I kn ow you 're 40 minutes la te . but we 'll let it go t his time." The owners of ·' P uzt " try ing to sell it to some dum b cl uck : "It's in a heck o f a s hape but it will do 20 miles to a gallo n . Drive one a nd walk nineteen ! "

.-\ ::\" .-\l\l ERICAN PRODUCT l\IARGARET VA!'\CE: "Little boy, can I go through this gate? " PAUL CLARK: " Guess so, a load of hay went thru it this morning. THE SOI\G OF THE FAT GIRL l\l y life is one of hardshi p, My tro ubles they are many; I 'd give my kingdom (and the ho<se) If I were only skinny. My favorite chair is reinforced, My bed is doubly strong: And when I walk upon a floo r I t shakes- Oh me, 'tis wrong. And when I ao buy a dress, T he clerk sa;s (holding. up~ tent) " This lovely garment, 1t will . fi t After-ahem- it's let out a bit. Thouah I my sports and swimming mix, b ' , r I 'm still a perfect fifty-s1x. 127


The Male Car

The old maleman decided it was well into the season to change his socks, but when he went to get his other pair, he found they were st uffed full of odds and ends. He thrust in his thum b and pulled out- the cutest doll. It walks, it talks, and egad . it sings! "Ah, Ia , Ia, for that 's the life fo r meee- e! " Here's a tag. .-\ Prichard dol l, a nd it s name is Harold. Sh, Mr. Maleman , try aga in . This time it's a cute little mansion from O rr!. but what would we do with a Greathouse like t hat. .-\ toss and away he goes . . . ( he'll be Kamen around the mountain .. . ) Another delve into the :\o. 14's. A small booklet edited by the :Ylen 's Club , en titled " \Yhat ~ve ry Peru Boy Should Know: "

.-\ 11 ig lu mp m·ar the tcw of the sock turns o ut to be a s ih·e r-pb tecl lo,·ing c up . ·· !' rese nt ed to Robert H<1dham a nd l·:l;tinl· J)odrl J,y the l'e ru coll ef!e in,·es tig;t ting cornmitttT for tlw hesL and m ost o uts tanding ex:tm ple of true lo,·e "" seen on th e campus proper during the sc hool year 19 .,6-1 937 .

J.\1.·\ I'OS T I·: TI()L' ETn: J-"<)R 1'1-:RL" ::\I E :\

I .f"SStJn :\cJ. I How to .\ c t o n a Date 1. R emain scat<·d when s he c ome~ int o th e room.

P. 13. CAUTION. " Beware of confid ence men -especiall y at \\'eare's."

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P. 42. BLANKETS. " Blankets are very val u· abl e and should be treated carefully, as they serve two purposes- they can be used for warm th in winter, o r a s a spread in summer.

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P. 59. T nm. (Past, present, and future. ) If you go with a freshman and wi sh to keep the correct time, buy a wrist watch, a pocket watch , and an a larm clock. Set the pocket watch for dorm time, the wrist watch for school t ime and the alarm clock for eating time. Then listen for the town whistle. You should be wrong on all three of your other timepieces to be right with the town clock. P. 95. BEDS. If you are locked out some night and are looking for a hotel, try Higgins. (That is, if you aren 't already there.) It is a most hospitable house-and the beds- not a bump in a boatload. 128

··:\Jv word. wh;tt"s thi~ . :\nother do ll with a ··p" o n its s we;t ter. :\ s tr;tllgc-- look in g kni g ht o f old Peru with: Hair I ike · · .\I osl·.. .\I os ll'y ·,.: hJrchcad like Freddie Broc kman 's I·:'-e"' like ( );1\·irl " l .o llypoppsie" Zimme rman's C~ Hnpl ex i on like \\.<t y ne I .indberg's T orso I ik e .. S lim " :\I cCormick 's Legs like (: len n S ht·el ey·,Fet'l li ke Boh \\"e ht·r·,.\louth lik e " Joe" Knies<s ~\l;t11ners lik e Jerry Sny!ll-r "s \ "oice lik e Hi ll l'l<ttl<:nl w r g",; (-', 11• gosh sa kes . th r ow it :1\\·ay before it laughs li ke C: l·n r,t. ~i e l.yt trm .

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She \\"ill think thi;.; is c l\·e-mannish and adore yo u for it. Say ··Hi Babe: s it down till I get thro u g h with th e sport page ." Thi s w ill thri ll h e r- it's ,·ery m c-t n-a IJou t- PC' ru ish. \\'alk clo\\"n to thC' s h ow and b e s ure and walk o n th e insid e if it's muddy . ..-\ ca r might splash mud on yo ur cord s . \\"he n vou get t o th e theatre. borrow a buck fro m l~ er. This (if forgott e n ) wi ll bring her closer tu you. L a ugh a ll th e time a t the s how. and at each laugh give h er a poke in the ribs . Girls like a lot of attention. Don 't s top to eat, as yo u won't have time. \\"a it until th e lights b link. the n make a clash for th e door. Thi s is great sport a nd adds zest to the evening--especia ll y if you get there la te . ( If sh e gets ca mpu sed , you don ' t have to worry about her d at ing out for awhi le.) After yo u lea ve her , m ea nde r over to the Ca mpus S hop and feed up. If you do a ll the above. you should be able to go to sleep with a clear conscie n ce.


The Parlor Car RULES FO R THIS CAR ('Will t he fo ll owing p eopl e take SPECIAL notice.) 1. All coup les must sit at least 12-inches apartJ ohn M agar a nd E lea nor N iema nn. 2. Please don ' t pull the tapestry loose- E ugene Iml er. 3. Re turn a ll magazines to office immedia telyAll magazine readers. 4. Pl ease leave lights on- Boys visiting car. 5. Put all rubbi sh in incinerator- Whole third fl oor. 6. Do not leave withou t signing out- June H oskins. 7. Everybody must be aboard at 10:30- Ruth Ly tton. 8. r\o smoking. 9. M usic lessons in Baggage Car-All t hose who yodel, tap da nce, own bazookas, sweet potatoes , or snore. 10. Do not climb in wi ndows- Thelma Arthur. 11 . The telephone booth is not to be used for that good-nigh t kiss- Aileen K ell ey and R . Cameron Sweenie. 12. Quiet please. You 're grown up now- All young lad ies a nd young gentlemen. 13. T he va rious ornaments stand ing a round a re vases not waste baskets- All candy ba r eaters a nd gum chewers. 14. Do not tear up newspapers in little p ieces. If you feel like ma king a trail, the north woods a re recommended- All those persons wi th suppressed emotions. 15. Person 's with wild a nimals must go to rea r of ear- Ru th H owe. OU R OW N BELIEVE IT OR NOT: D ick Magill has to ti e his neckties on the doorknob. Dorothy Maystrick once go t a grade lower than a n " A". J ohnnie Green and \Vinnie H a ll weren 't sit ting n eck to neck in the parlor. Evie J ones had a wrink le in her d ress. J eanne B urgner \vas call ed down fo r being too loud . J ac k H eck was once speechless. C harl otte Ma rtin doesn 't bleach h er ha ir. :M able M itchell fo rgot to stop af ter class a nd ta lk to her professors. \;l,' illi s L udington had his hi story lesson . M a ry E llen Slack went somewhere withou t Ma ry L iz \Verner .

Betty Stenglein sang sopra no. K enneth Mann asked a girl fo r a date. J o Rogers wore a coat on a wa rm spring day. E leanor Campbell 's and M ildred Pa rli's room had a speck of d ust in it. Jim Perdue forgot to be nice. The dorm kitchen staff didn't quarrel over who was supposed to have the left-over ice cream. T he plumbers walked down the ha ll without sta ring in a single room. H ank Kellogg didn 't grin a t everyone he knew. Ruth Ann Hill acted natural. Pat Casey found someone who didn 't like her. J UST A MOME1\'T, PLEASE (H ow to murder a half-hour.) " N umber, please." '·I want the dorm." '·Moun t Vernon ?" "No, the other one." " Just a moment, please. " (Five minute wait. ) " H ello, hello. This is E liza M organ." " I don 't wan t E li za Morgan. I 'm calling Catherine Har ris." " Just a moment , please. " (Five minute wait.) " \\Tha t d'ya wa nt? " '·I s this Ca therine H arris? " "Naw, this is third floor." "Er , will you call Catherine H arris to the phone." " Just a minu te. " (Ten minu te wait. ) ' '::\lumber, pl ease." '· l 'm still calling the dorm." ' ·J beg your pardon." ( Five minute wait.) " H ello, is that you sweeheart.;>''· " W ell , would yo u beli eve it. T hat gink tha t '~ been ca lling me hung up. Of all the nerve! " 129


The Diner

ME:\U (Any boarding house.) Mon. -Beans and Potatoes Tues. " " " \Ved. " " " Tbur. " " " Fri. " " " Sat. " " " Sun. - Pota toes and Bea ns WARNING : Butter passers, beware of knives~ We use imitation butter in thi s dining roo m. " Bread," said the lecturer, " is the co rn er-stone of health." Any dorm gi rl: " That man must have heard of our biscuits." Bridge has its all East-West and :\orth-Sou_th teams· football has its All-Americans; trac k 1ts World' Champions-but Peru cl aims t_he onl y All boarding House team. Winners qualified after a weak week's practice on a ten-foot table, under which each contestant's feet were harnessed to the floor. Our All-Boarding House team: Right Forward or Longest Reach- :\or man Littrell. Left Grandstander or Sugary Boy- J ack H eck. Center- of noise-Bill Chapin. Right Guard- Longest at table- Bob Benson . Left Out- Last one to table-Friel Kerns. Right T ackle or Biggest Stew-J ack Snyder . Backstop or Space Halder- Georgie Mort. THAT BRIGHT CHEERFUL FEELI:\G " Hurry up, the bell rang an hour ago. My gos h. you're slow." - " Good night, if Gilbert wouldn 't always ring t hat bell ten minutes early, maybe I'd be ready. Anyway, the clock was slow." "Quit mumbling and come on." "That lousy jelly again . They must have bough t a couple of carl oads of it at some fire sale. Why don't they give us strawberry. " "Take that shoe off the table." 130

•·That 's not a s h oe. my fran . tha t's a piece of toast. '"l'ass me the ( ;r;•rw-n ut;.; . mus t get m y vita lity up for th is exam Dr. :\!bert is going t o g ive. \"ou h<I \T to kn ow the \\hole cbrn erl b ook. I sa id Crape-nuts. r> lc a se . ·· '" Ye god s. rio you ha,·c to c hew the m so hard . Yo u sound like a horse e ating p e trif1e cl corn. " •· f-f c v. I w;tntecl coffee .'" '" \\"e ll . why didn't you put your s poon up. " '· J did long ago. if you'd o nly u se yo ur eyes." ' ·S hut Uf>. you eggs. the dean ·s g iv ing us som e dirty looks .. , '" \\"ho cares ... "" Di!Js on t he ex tra apf>lc .. , ' ·You had it yes terday. ·· '· :\11 ri ght. hairy. you ca n have it. " ' · \\"hat a re we wait ing for. ;m earthquake. Let 's go.

A\." :\l'l'l.IC.-\TIO \." LI·:TTJ-:R :\.S \\"E'D LIKE TO \\"RITE I T :

l'c ru. \." eiJr~tska. :\pril 10, 193 7. Mr . L". B. deBoss. Direc tor . School Di s tric t :--.·o. U. J>umkin Center . .\."eiJras ka . D ea r Toot s : r\ little bird te ll s m e that the palooka yo u 've go t try ing to edu cate the brats in yo ur district h as bPen fed up and inte nds joining a c irc us a s a lion t a me r. If the birdie kn ows hi s o nions . a nd what birdie d o n ' t . 1 'd like to take a s ho t at the job , providing the yo k e ls lay e noug h o n th e line to keep me in socks and hath sa lts. I sp e nt the req uired t we lve years in the Pod unk public schools . and wa s I g lad to get o ut ! I took a norma l training course in high school beca use it looked like a pipe. and l am now in m y second year a t Pe ru , the school whe re men a re so scarce a nd wo men so plentiful that eve ry m a le s tude nt is a pote ntial Bluebea rd. I w ill b e iss ued some kind of a certifica te in June a nd the o ld man says I 've got to get ou t and hus tl e so pl ease may I h ave the job ? I a m not bad look ing, (photo on reques t with te n cents for p ostage ) , and I know my A-B -C's and my way around . For furth e r info rmation contact J oe Punc hes, J ake B ra n s titre . Bill Mooney, J. \Villiarn Burke o r the foo tba ll tea m . On s econd thought, t hey may no t be a bl e to confirm the A- B-C p a rt of it. -Or perhaps yo u wa nt personal demonstration, pa rd on me. appl ication ? T ha nks fo r the job , Toots. and w h en do I get my firs t check? Lovingly, Tma T. C h er.


Observation Platform COl\TOCATIO:\ (To get a cro~s-sect i on glimpse of li fe on the campus, one ca n 't overlook that bugbear of studentsa typical convoca tion.) '' The Lord is my Shepherd , I shall not want ..

,

'·Before I ma ke the a nnouncements, l\Ir. Paul has a message. l\'I r. Paul." "Y. M . C . :\ . will meet in the east side of the Music H a ll to-night at 8 o'clock. \\'e a re going to tal k about Estes. :\ll men a re invited. Very interesting." " l\Iiss J ohnson has an a nnouncement from the Peruvian office. l\Iiss Johnson. " ''The list is up on the bulletin board for Peruvia n reserva tion. If your na me isn 't on the li st, a nd you want a Peruvian, reserve yours now. The Peruvian office will be open \Vednesday afternoon at float periods. This is absolutely your last rltaurc to have a Peruvian reserved for you. " " N. Y. :\ . checks a re in the office. P lease sign them at once. This is the third day they've been h ere, a nd many of them a ren 't signed. Don 't you folks care for money? (Joke ) Tee hee. " - - - - "Y. \ V. will meet to-night in the west side of the l\lusic Hall at 8 o'clock. \Ye are going to talk abo ut Estes." " \ Viii the Perusingers remain after convocation in the front o f section C for a short talk abo ut their concerts . . . . Residence girls remai n for a short meeting to discuss party in back of Section B on the left side .... will t he old P cl ub members meet in center section front for short meeting. Very important . . . Episcopal Club please meet in front sect ion A fo r a few moments ... will the Girls Club Counci l s tay for just a minute a nd see Mrs. Dunning in Section C, the three middl e rows. Please be there ... Everetts will hold a short meetincr in back b Section B to talk about best way to coll ect dues ... Pi Ga mma Mu meet in back of Section A. :M r. H eck wa nts to see all members for just a moment. You too, Mr. Reynolds ... Mr. Tabors would like to see Cha rles Parnell a nd the Dramatic Club for

just a short meeting in the middle rows of Section B .. . will Kappa Phi remain for just a very short time in back of Section C. "Convocation dismissed. " (And the faculty got up and s!owly walked away ! ) COLLEGE ST UDEI\TS (A theme as a freshman would write it. ) All youth is divided into two species- college students and non-college students. You can always tell a non-college student- he has some money. College students come to college for a number of reasons, such as : ( 1) they got in to some kind of a s:.:rape at home, ( 2) they are looking for a man ( that is, the skirts are) , (3) they a re too dumb to get a job, ( 4 ) it gives them a cha nce to borrow on their insurance policy. ( They've heard a lot about this from the old man, a nd they 've always wanted to try it.) College students a re usually blondes and brunettes. Once in awhile there a re some who have peculia rly colored hai r. They are called "titians." These '·titia ns" don't look a ny different from the blondes a nd brunettes (anyway, not much ) , but whenever a female " titian " walks by, all the trousered coll ege students sigh a nd say, " Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, a nd oh boy! " College students don 't like to look nice. They ha te being neat. They think a suit is what one takes to court ; breeches is the plural of heart-balm cases; a nd clean socks are what J oe Louis puts out. College students are very adept at the game called " bluffing. " After four yea rs of it on the varsity squad , they are ha nded an honorable discharge ( if they're good), which really mea ns that they can play a good game of cards . .throw a .mean pair of dice, and recognize twenty d •fferent kmds of grass. Ze sad sad end . 13 1


THE FIRST CAMPUS BUILDING on the site of present M ount Vernon Hall In 1865 a group of citizens including D:. John

The traditions of l'er u arc r ic h in song and story.

Neal, Major William Daily, Rev. Burch, S. P. lVla-

The old bell tha t has rung s ince in t h e 60 's still

jors (Father of Colonel Thomas Majors), a nd other,;

rings each sc hool day with the same clea r ton e t hat

decided to organize an academy, and they secured

it did sevent y years ago wh en it was p urc hased.

the services of Dr. J. M. McKenzie and Mrs. McKenzie for instructors. The first school was held in

State .'-"ormal Sc hool in 1867 ( 70 years ago) , a nd

a store building still standing downtown.

si nce 192 1 has b een a Sta te Teac h ers Coll ecre issu-

l'eru s tarted a s a n Ac a demy in 1865 , became a

,., '

In 1866 the same group of men with many oth er

ing A. H. Degrees an d now is in c lass '路 :\" of the

citizens constructed a building, as pictured a bove,

Ameri can Assoc iat ion of Teac hers Coll eges and a lso in class '路 .-\ " .'-"o rth Cen tral A ssoc ia ti on of Collerres 0 .

on the tree-less hilltop where school was held in 1866. The school was under the general supervision of the Methodist Conference. In 1867 under the leadership of young Colonel Thomas

J. Majors a nd Major William Daily, mem-

bers of the first State Legislature, the academy was

Thousa nd s h ave attended P er u s ince it was first orga ni zed in '6 7, and 5000 have received their dip lomas, a nd si nce 192 1 nea rly 10 00 have received their A. B . Deg rees .

taken over by the State and Nebraska 's first State

The re a re thousands o f st udents who received the ir ins pirati on in th e o ld sc hool w h o are teachinrr b

. 路or mal School was established.

througho u t the sta t e, the n ation. a nd the world.

the teacher training work. not onl y Thus be(Tan 0

\Nherever a Peru via n is fo und . he s hows t h e sa me

in ~ebraska, but in the terri tory west of the Mis-

d evoted loya lty a nd profesion al s pirit in his work

souri River as Peru is the oldest State Teachers

as he always has shown for his beloved inst it ution from whic h he was graduated.

'

Training Institution west of the M issouri River. 1.32


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PHONE 160

SHOP AT WERNER'S

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Complete clothing needs for men who will be well dressed

L adies Ready-to-Wea r Berkshire Hosiery

Luxite Underwear

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NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA

ROLLINS HosiERY

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Compliments of

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For all the janzily AUBURN, NEBRASKA

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OMAHA

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"Say it with flowers"

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vVe are prepared to d esign flowers for all occasions

Complete outfitters for YouNG ME N AND WoMEN

L et us make your n ext corsage

W e specialize in novelties

G. E. BERTHOLD FLORIST NEBRASKA C ITY

PI-lONE 32 4

AUBURN

N EBRASKA


Peru Students don't need to leave Peru to enjoy good shows . The Peru Theatre is constantly striving to bring the latest pictures possible to Peru . Constant improvement is bringing the Peru students the better type of pictures at a minimum of cost. We wish to take this method of thanking the student body for its patronage .

THÂŁ PERU THEATRJE E . HANSON, Manager .


Dry Goods . . . Clot/zing

THE MARDIS GROCERY AND MARKET QuALITY

J. C. PENNEY COl\1PANY AUBUR :\. :\E BR :\ SKA

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/Ill fa vors are app1路eciated PERU, KEBR.

PHONE

DR. GLEN H. JODER

BANK OF PERU

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PERU , NEBRASKA

Pl11m es : Residence 39 -

Office 33

H . \tV. GOOD Groceries

Dry Goods

25

ilif ember of F . D . I. C.

FoR H EALTH's SAKE

Shoes

Eat Jl!l ore Fruit s and Vegetables Na ture's Own Food

GEORGE F. BURT & CO. PHONE

52

PERU, NEBR.

It is smart and ecorzontical to

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA

and pressed.

H ave you tried our washing and greasing service ? We call fo r and deliver your car.

PERU CLEANERS AND TAILORS

SKELLY OIL COlVIPANY

k eep your clothes cleaned

Call us for your next clean up

L EONARD T RIPP ,

Proprietor


McNight Clothing Company

Complim ent s of ..1 uburn fri ends

co:--:oco

We maintain one of the finest stocks of YouNG MEN's MERCHANDISE

A.

P o E HLER

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Dnv

in this territory.

:\l. BL"R::\ HOTEL D R . .'\. T. H :\ R I) I :\" G D ent a! Surr.('(m

Thanks I fo r your patronage. NEBRASKA

At:BURN

S ERYI C I ~ - J.

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::\ EHRAS K A

When you want flowers for your mother, )IOU1' brother or y our girl f riend, let us prepare them for you. ll1 ail and pltonc m路dcrs will be given our prom.pt attention.

MILAM GREENHOUSE :\" EIIHA S KA

AUBURN

"25" miles per gallon" With a F01路d V-8 MosT CoMPLETE SERVI CE DEPART~1ENT I I\: Sou TH EAST ::\EnRAS KA

H. B. HENDERSON MOTOR COMPANY PH ONE

3 70

A U BUR N , :.'\ E BR AS KA

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Our Aim Is To Please

We Service All Makes REPAIRING AND WELDIN G OF ALL KIN DS

PRYOR GARAGE PHONE

77

LANCASTER BRAND

HAM - BACON - SAUSAGE - LARD Tire Finely Flavored Kind

LINCOLN PACKING COMPANY LIN COLN

NEBRASKA

Congratulations To T he

CLASS OF 193 7

PERU LUMBER CO. P ETER HoLDORF,

THANK

kfa11ager

You!

W e appreciate your patronage. Why not drop in some evening?

BUS CAFE P ERU

GEORGE BROWN

NEBRASKA


TEACHERS PLAN BOOKS CLASS RECORDS

Bound in beautiful Plastic Binding Colorful Flat Opening Safe to use. The latest thing in flat opening bindings

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For fin e foods

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DARLING TRANSFER AuBURN, NEBRASKA

W e move ! Freight and R efrigerator Service .

Th ere's no time like now to try a cut of (t Dold's Niagara Streamline Ham." Ask for the streamlined ham, it is smokey-sweet-and has a delicious flavor.

H . H. MCWILLIAMS & BROS. Jobbers NEBRASKA C ITY

NEBRAS KA

BARNES PHARMACY The students store. Constantly being improved to serve you better with school supplies, fountain pens, etc. UP-TO-DATE SODA FOUNTAIN AND EQUIPMENT THE REXALL STORE P ERU

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PERU BAKERY

QUALITY PROD UC T S Always Fresh


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No. 9

DELIVERY SERVICE

RUBY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE We Cater t o Peru College Students

We are exclusive agents for Gulbransen pianos, Conn band ins truments, L eedy drums and xylophones, Bach cornets and trombones and Lincoln Proffesional Band instruments.

WE SPECI ALIZE I N SCHOOL TRADE.

Our repair shop employs six expert repair m en.

DIETZE MUSIC HOUSE N ebras.k a's largest exclusive band instrument store 142.3 "0 "

STREET

LINCOLN, NEBRAS KA


A full m eal or a light lunch w ill always taste better at App's.

Thank you! for your patronage. We appreciate it.

EARL'S CAFE I' E RU

NEBRASKA

lVc w is h t o than !? yo u for your patronage. Nlay the future bring success to you. Remember us for good eats. CoN FE C TIONERY , TeE CREA)!, Sci-IOOI S u PPLIES , GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS.

THE AVENUE STORE H . U. LA:\DOLT Opposite the train ing schooL

PERU,

JEBRASKA

Than!? you for your past patronage and 1nay your future be filled w ith many happy days .

NEBRASKA CITY LAUNDRY CO. D. P. HEur, Agent " Our work is our best adverlisem e11l"

"The onLy c01nplete car priced so low"

SCHMINKE CHEVROLET CO. NEBRASKA CITY

NEBRASKA


Only the better types of foodstuff s are u sed in the college dormitory, therefore large quantities of Jack Sprat Foods are used.

C. M. BETTS & COMPANY 0:o.IAHA 1 l'\E I.lRASKA

THANK YOU FRIENDS! W e appreciate the fri ends hip of th e students. While you arc in school, or just back for a visit drop in to see us . lV e handle a complete line of school supplies, jewelry and musical instruments .

CHATELAINS J EvVELRY STORE 40

YEARS I N PERU


mE

are pleased

to refer you to the illustrations in this publication as samples of our photographs. D on't forg et our snapshot service.

~r.~~ ~I Ill

PETERSON'S STUDIO P E R U & AU BU RN N E BRASK A


AIN represents the difference between a farm and a desert . In ancient and in modern times the tillers of the soil have been dependent upon moisture laden clouds to bring the rain which sustains plant life. So, too, does the life of advertising depend upon pictures the universal language, instantly comprehended and appreciated. Quality photo engraving will transmit these pictures with all of the realism of actual life.

R

'Per.ronal Servzce &zgravera


I NDE X A .\cnrd. :\lary. 2-t . i1 :\ ct ivit ie" :\lpha Erudito. iS, ;o Alpha t\ l u O m ega. i-t A lpha P .:.i Omcca. o:> .-\ rtcra it. :;::-; Beta Beta B<'la. iO Cra wdad~. ~:-; Dram:lt ic Club. 00 E p ~ ilon Pi Tau. ;_; E \'t:ret t. SO. ~ I F in ge rprint C lub. SX (;irl:- C lu b . ~-t . SS Kappa l klta Pi. o-t. o;; Kappa O micr o n Phi. i 2 Kodak C lub, gg Lambda Del ta Lambda. i l :\lu ~ ica l :\ c ti\·i ti e~. 02 , OJ Pcd agngian. oo P,·r~o nalit y C lub. so Peru I' Ia vcr~. ~a P eru\·ian: o:; P h i Lambda .-\ lph a. ii Phi lo. S2. S.l Pi Gamma i\lu . oo Reading Club. so Scr ib b l e r~. so Sig ma Ta u Delta. o6. oi Socia l Com mittee. 75 Stu d en t .-\ch·i~o ry Cou ncil. ;;; Sy mphonium. 04 \V. :\. :\ .. io Y. M . C. :\ .. S7 Y. W . C. .-\ .. So :\dams, \\'ar ren . 1-1. oo. 1.> :\dam!', \V il ma . .\S Ahl berg. R u th , 50. oo Al bert, \\'al t er D .. -tS. i l Albrech t. :-.:orma C.. 4 .\ :\ lien, Dorothy. 1-t :\ lien. Eda. 2-t :\ndrcw, G lad\·s . .\S A rgab r ight. R·uby. 38 Arms trong. Don n a. 31 , S2 :\rms tronJ.!. jean . .\ 1 Arthur , Th elma. 3 1 Ashton. G ra\·don . .\0 At hlet ics. as·. lOS Bas ketball Tcnni.:. F ootba ll Track Atkinson. Theron , 14. 7.1 Auc, Pa ul , 1-t , 70. 7.1 A uc, P au lin e. 1·1 , 6-t. llO, 70 Aufenk amp , M a xin e. 24 . i2. iS Aux ie r, :\lice, 1-t , 6-t, 04 B Bad h am , Robert. 14 Hailey, Russe ll , 2-t, 77 , 104 Baker, Barney, -t-t , 68 Ba ller. St uart , 50, 77, 08 Ba ltens p cr,:!cr , Carl, 18. 73 Barisas, Bernard, I a. 7.l , 77 , 100 Barn es, William. JS Barn ts, Corinn e, 1-t . 6-t. 66. 60, 78, 82, 84 Barte ls, Wilma, .\8 Bath , j oh n , 44 , 64. i-t, 87 Baue rs. Bu r dette, JS Beam er , R av, Ia , 82, 87 Beatty, j o h n, 3 1, 80 Benford , Robert T .. 50, 04 Benson , Bob, 24, 77, 100 Be rgman. Eu nice, 2-t, S2 B isch o f , W illi a m , .l8 Bix b y, Katharine, .\ I

Bjo rk. Men·in, 30 Blair. Paul, 38 Blakely, Cleo, 38 Blankenship , Bob, J I Boatman. Harold. 24 Bof!ges.s. J can , 2-t, S2 Bohl. Rober ta, 38 Boom. Bertie, 24, 66, 82 Bouse. H azel. 3S Boyer, J ohn, 2-t 13rackney 1 Ida l\'fae, 40 Brandt , Ruth . 44, 66 Branson , Libbie, S I 13ranstitre, J ake. 31 Br idgewater, Dale. 2-t, i7, 100 Bright, Clara. 3 1, iS BrisseY . Corrine. 31 Brock.man . Fred. 10, 70, 73, 7S Brooks. Lucille. I S Brown, Castle l\l .. 46. 69 Bucher. Delphine. 31. SO Buck. H elen ..\1 Burf!ner. J eanne, 2-t. S2 Burke. J. \\'illia m. 14. 6S, os . 113 Burnham. J oe, I S Bush , Bernice, I o By ram. E\·angclinc, 18

c Callahan. Lewis, I S Ca mpbell , Alphadean, .l l , 7S Campbell. Eleanor, .lO Carpenter, Dorothy, 3S Carmine, Zelda. 19 Car ter. Gale, 32 Casey. Patricia, 28, iS, 7S, SO, 114 Chamberlain , Donald, JS, 100 Chapin, William, 30 Chapp, H ilda, JS Chatelain, Ruth, 14, 69, 9-l Chinnock. Thomas, 3S Chr istensen , Le Roy, 30, 77, 100 Ch r ist ian. Ardist, 32, 82 Chr istian. Robert , 1-t, 77 Clarey, E lmer, 24 , 70 Clark, Esther Ann , 44, 66 Clark. Ronald. 14 , 75, S2, 94 C layburn , :\. ll ., 46, 69 C lements, S. L ., H, 64, 7S Clifton , Martha , 32 , S2 Cloidt , Rosema ry , 3S Coatney, Dorothy Ann, J 2, 80 Coatney, Marjorie, 30, SO Coa tney, G. Robert, 48, 70 Collin, j ohn , 24, 82, S7 Conwell, Doris. 19, 78, S2 Conwell, E lgia, 18, 82 Cook, Lucna, 15, 64, 66, 69, 75 Cooper, Donna , 3S Cornell , Evangelyn, I S, 7S Cowell , Ronald, 38 Cowell , Roberta, IQ Cox. Helene, JS Craig, H omer, 32 Crone, Ruth, 38 Crook. I rene. 38 Crook, J can, 32 Crook , T helma , 15, 64 Crooker, J oan , 3S

D Davidson, Phyllis, 50 Davis, Robert, 30 Dean, Howa rd, 25, 77, 100, 104 Delzell , W . N., 43 DeVore, Alice, 32, 78, 80


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Diddel, :\orma , 49 Dodd, Elaine, 25, 75, 85 Doeden , Elfr ieda, 38 Doty, Beunice, .38 D o u~la s, Eldred, 19, 77, 100 Dowdy, Maxine, 32 Dressler, J a ne, .30, 68, 1!6 Du ey, D. J ., .3 2 Dunnin~ , !nice, 4.3, 64 , 66, 68, 1!4 Durst , Dean , 38 Du rst , LeRoy, .38 Dustin , J ohn , .32

E Eddy , Elaine, 38 Edwards, Belle, 15, 64 Eikmann , Rosely n, 19 Elder , Bella J une, .38 Eltiste, Kiel, 38 Emil(h. Lawrence, 15 69 Enl(dahl, M arlyn, 25,' 75 Eschen, Vera, .38 E tmund, Edi th, .38 Evans, Bu rton, 30 Evans, Robert, .30 Ey re, Cla ra, 25 , 66, 68

F Faulhaber, M a rie, 4 7, 66 Fey, Eileen, .30, 66, 72 Fichter, Gerald , 19, 80 Fiene, Oscar, 31! Fi lmer, Mildred , 15, 82 Fix, :\o rma, 38 Flies, Esther , 32, 78, 82 Flieshman , Edna, 32 Floyd, j ack, .32, 77, 100 Forsyth, J ean, .33 Francis, Raymond , 33, 77, 10 1 Free~a n , Blanche, 19, 85, 94, 95 Frenchs, Vera. 38 Freuhling, E rwin 30 Friedly, Thelma, '38 Frost, Arthur , .'l8

G Galbraith, Maxine, 25, 82 Galloway , Ernest, .38 Gakemeicr, D orothy, .3.3 Garde. Blanche, 44 Gawart, Ina, 38 Gi lbert, Gordon , 25, 71, 74 , 78 Gilfert, Ardell, 38 Gilkeso n, Glen , 50, 77, 98 Gingrich, \ 'erda, 25, 74, 78 Glatha r, M elva , .38 Glos::er , Elizabeth , .3\ 82 Glosser , Ethel, 5 1, 56 Gockley, Elma, 43 Goldenstein , Gerhard, 38 Gorden, Ma ry, 30 Gorthey, Dorothy, 33 Gottula , Omar, 18, 74 Greathouee . Leonard, .38, 77, 10 1, 104 Grebe, J a ne, 33 Greene, J o hn , 3.3, 77, 101 Gr u::h, Mary, 25 , 71, 74

H H ackett, J a ne, 15, 64, 69 Hall , Bert. 25, 77 Hall , Winifred , 33, 78, 80 H alladay, Bob, 38, 105 Ha lterman, Joe, 18, 69 H amilton, Arlene, 30 Haney. Rita, .'l8 Hanla n. Ma ry Kathryn, 19, 64, 66, 68, 84

Jl anlo n , Benn,·. u ; Ha rd y. Franci~ . .U . i'X Har m ~ .

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Jla rris. Catherine :\nnl' . .\ .1 . X2 1-l a rri!' . .\larjo ri e. 31; 1-Ja rri, , .\Jan· I Jall:t ~ . I X 1-l a r ~ hh o rgl';, Zelm a . .l .i Hart. K cnnl'th . 3<> H a r tman . .\I arga rl't .. \.I Han·c,·. Franci:- . -H. oO ll a , tie·. Ruth. 20 1-l ay \\'a rd . El do n . .J .l l-1 :1\·< . ), ahe lle. I X J-);o ~c lton . Ja ck. I S Ha zelt o n. L uci lle .. l S. SO f-lt·r k , Fr<Jnk . .th , ()<l 1-lerk. John . 20 . oo. 'iS . 'ii. 05 l·lt im e r . :\rll'ne . .iS 1-l l'i nk e . .-\rltne..1·1. SO 1-l e i ~e r. \\'ilm a. 2 tJ 1-f e lmric h:-. Hilk a. 20 . IJ·l f-il- m phill , Eltan n r. 2o . oo . 7 2 1-Jn,·it t. Opal. 3S Hil e man . Man·, .J .'. X6 H ill. :\rthur. 4·S .'i.J !·Jill. R u th Ann. 20. h.J. SO. xc.. Q4 1-fjr~ h . Flo \'1 1. .ls H o ban. J ~ hn . 26. / 7 Hol, claw. Marie . .iS H o rton, C harlt·!', .\X H o rton. John . .10 1-l o~ki n ~ . Junl'. 2o llo \\'!', Ruth , I S . o-1. oX . OQ. os 1-l o \\'cn ·. C ha rl c!' .. 10 Huck. C.:\ ., 4X. i -1 1-lughc.<. Man· . I X Hull. Ann A lfn· ..10 H umphrey . Lillian. 20 . t>-1 . RO . 0 4 1-luriiJu rl , Ella Mat· . .10 I Imler. Eugene. 20 . i O

J J acq ue,, J ea nn e, 34. X2 J ans.<en , Lu cill e, 34, iS J arvi,, Audre ,·. 2n J arvi,, Max in.c. 20, l'\2 . Q.\ , O.J J e ffri es, C la r a H e len , .\4 , 7R Jindra . Victor H .. 50, 0 4 J oh n~n n , Ca rter, :14 , 7R. X2 J ohnson, Cec il. I S, 74 J o hn so n , Eilf'e n , .'l4, X2 J o hn son , Fred , :lQ J o hnson , Hu bert . 3() J o hmo n , \ 'irginia , 15 , 64. 66 , 6<>, 7 1, 7R. l'\2, <>5 , 11 2 J ohnson. Wa ld o n , .\0 J o ne,, D c rri c, 26 J o nes, Evelyn , I S, 65 . 66. 74. 7 1! , S2, ()5 , 11 0 Ju ilfs, Erwin , 20 . 6 5. 7 1. 74, 7R J un , Lud wik , .'1 4 J ung, L eo ta, .'l9

K Kamen , :'-Jc tti e, JQ K arpisek , Marcella , .14 Ka rr, Marian , .3 9 K echl ey, Max ine, .\0, 82 K e ll o~g, H enry , I S Kellogg, R ay , 20, SO K e llogg, Roy, 34, SO Kelly, Aileen . 26, 80 Kelly , William, .lQ Kenton , P ea rl, 4 7. 8.3 Krrns, Frie l, I 5, 69, 7.> . 75 Ki ethl y, Olin , .l() K ing, La \ 'erne ..\4 , i i . 10 1, 105


I:\ D E X -Continued Kim: . Rita. 1.' K.ing<olvn. 1-lu ~ t <' n. I S. i C Kinn e t t. lklnwr. 15. oo Kirk. Emili<·. 40. SO Klonl·. \ '.:rona . .?n . i.? . I$ Knapp. :'\nrm:t. 3 4 . ~ ~ Knapp. I' a ul. ·'·' Knil·:-~. Paul. ,;o Knu \. J.a,·cta. ,;o Knh ~. \\' ilhert. ,\0 Kon k. Se lma. -17. o o. o~ Kru ~c. (;Jarh· ~. 2fl Ku h:dt k . \ ' i~ginia . .\O K u h a l ~ ki. h · r n. 30 L l.a m hnt. :\rle nc. 2o. iS. S.\ l.amhl· rt. \ ·i, ·ian. l o. oo. i4. S.\ Lamm e~. :\I:J r jnric. 2o l.ang r . Emilie. 3 .'. SO l.a r ::o n . :\ . \ · .. 40. i .\ l.ar ~ un . lk len :\larga rl't. 2o. oS . S5. 0-1 L ar:--on , j:tm L'~. t o. o:;. i .' . ; 4 L a u gh lin. Cla ri:< . .\0 l.a n :ric k . \\'a,·n,·. l o Leo:. L orena . :;o Licht \·, \\' il m a . .\0 l.in d l;c r g . \\'a \'Il l'. 20 l.ind,.;trom . C.· R .. 40. i .' Li nd strom . Th l'lma . I S l.iltrcll. :'\n r man . 30 L in: h · . Rm· . 2i . 04 Li , ·in.g,.; t on: :\lire . .'4. ~.\ L o ng, Hel en .. \ <> L ! ~n gic ll nw. :\ . :'\ .. I S Lorimo r . i\la rga n ·t. 21. S3 Ludington. \\'i lli::. t o. i O. il. i7 Lunch·. Patric ia . .\O Lynn: Kathn·n . I S L yt t on. Gco ~gl'. 20. 11 L y tt o n. Ruth . .\S. S.\

i\lc M c A ll is ter . J anH':'. 20. o4. 6S. il. 74 M cClure. :\l ax. _;o M cCo llum . E lizabeth . 4 5 M cCo rm ick. Dean. 21. ii. 105 M cCo wan . Juni ;;. 2i . i i . 10 1 M c En irv. 1-ku,· . .\S M cGi nJc,·..·\hl;ic. t s M c Ha le\: , Pan;,· . I S Mclnin ~h . Li ll i:'m. 30 M c K immc,· . y :,·ia n . 2 1. 65. iS. S6, 94 M c M a h o n : \Vi lma . .10 McPhcrrin . \ \.i lm a . .10

M M a:tJ.!. Lucecn .. IS. 7S. SO Ma~:o r . J o hn . .\5 M a f.!ill. S ta nl ey . .\0 M ajo r s . E lean o r . I S Maj o r~. T om . .\0 M ajo r s, W iniircd . 2 1. S.\. SS. 0-1 Malo n e, H anora . .\O M a nn . K e nneth . .10 Manschrck . C hrio' . .10 Mapes. C harlc;; . .10 Mars h, GPnevie. 4.\ M a rs h . M a rion. 4 i. 66. 6S. oo M a rtin . Cha r lott e. 16. 78. 04 M a;oon . !:;abe l. 45 Ma so n . Robe r t. 27 Ma th e w ~ . L . B .. 45. S7 Mallh e ws . L ou i::e .. IS. S l Matthe w s. Ma rv. 27 Ma x wC'l l. P . .-\ ... 4.'i. o5 Ma~· ~ t ri ck . D orot hy, 16. 65. 67. 70

:\l cndcnhall. :\la rjorie. 2i :\lctcali. Maxine. 21, i2. 81. 86 :\l ever. :\dele. 30 l\licr::. Glema . 27. 6i. 68. ;o. 83 :\t ill. Beatrice. 30 :\Iiller. Gretchen . 16. o5. 6i . 6S, 81, 90 l\lillcr. Ho ward. IS l\l illcr. \\'. T .. 46. 60 l\litchell. :\label. 21. 65 Moone,·. Rober t. .>5 i\l oone~·. \\'illia m. 2i. 05 l\l oore.' \\'a m e. 35. ; o l\ l ort. George. 2i. ii. 101 i\1osely. Lester. 30. ii. 10 1. 106 l\ l urphy. l\Ia rp rct. 2i Murphy. M a ry Elizabeth . 21. 8 1 i\ l ur phy. Rober t. 35

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D. ] .. 4i.oi. 6S. oo :'\cddcnrcip. Bernice ..\5. ;o :'\cl::on. Da lla::. 30 :'\d;on. Delbert. 2 i . i4. ii. 10 1 :'\dson. Gbd,-;:. I S :'\cunabcr. Eia. 30 :'\c\·c. Florence. 30 :'\icholas. Ruth. 2i. Sl. S6 :'\icl;:on . Paul ..;o :'\iemann. Dean. 36 :'\icmann, Eleanor. 2S. Sl. 04 :'\ incchrlser. Arlene. 30 :'\incehclscr. F lovd. IS :'\ocrrlin!!cr . R uth . 3 0 :'\oi::ger . Glady:;. .lo. ;o

0 O bcrnolte. l\ l clba. 36 . ;o Oppenheimer. Lc;;lie. I S. il. i4 O ~bournr. H oll v. 30 Otic. Lorenc.

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p Paddock. Flo rence . .\() Pa lcnskv . Geor:.:c ..\o Pa lmer.' Harle,·~ J O Pa lme r . :\ona: 46 Pa lmer. Patricia . .;o Palmer. W illia m . .\0 Parker. Dorothy. 16. ~3 Parker , Kicth. 2S Parker . R odnev . .\6 P a rker . Ther on . _;o Parli. Mildred. 28 Parnell. Cha rles. 21. 6i . 6R. oo. 06 Parriott. Delbert. .10 Parriott. Genevi,·e. 21 Parriott. M a rf:a re l. 30 Pasca l. Louis. 21. 71. 74. ;o Pate. \\'a lter R .. 42. 65 Patterson. Lucille. JO Paul, :\lfrrd. 21. 60. ;o Peck. Richard, J O Pcnne,· . l\lerrill. 16. 60. i O. Sl Perdue. James. 16. 65. 60. 77 Perry . Elsie J can. 2S. ;o. S.l Pcrshin!!. !VIaxine . .16. ; o Peteroen . G race l\l.. 31. 6i Petr i. Leo. 16. iO. il Pidcock. :'\cdra . .10 Pierce. Lilit h. 2S. 8.1 . S-1 Plaste rs, J eanne. 2S. 67. 63. i.'i. 79 Platcnbcr:.:. Wi lliam. 28 . 75. 106. 115 Pl ucknett. \\'ill ia m. 16, oi . 71, 74. 7Q Polk , Mild red. JO Prichard. Dor is. 2 1. 6S. 75. 00


INDEX- Continued P richa rd. H a rold , 2 1, 68, 69, 74 Pugh, Orville, 18 , 77. 102, 106 Punches, j oel, 22, 77, 102 Purucker , Gilbert , 39 Purucker , Ollie, 36, 79

Q Quiller, Barbara, 28, 83

R Randall , Maxine, 28 R a ndolf, Ralpha. 28 R anza, E lizabe th , 22 R a th bu n, Will a, .\Q R awson, Edith, 28 R awson, Ernest , 18, 73 Red ding, Wendell , 17, 74 Redenbaugh, Eula , 39 R edfern, Loren , 39 Reed, Ca lv in , I 7 71 7-1 75 , 79, 8 7 R eed, Raymond,' .\9 ' ' Reel, Miriam, .~9 Rei ff, Grace, 17, 60, 83 Rem mers, Wiley, 29 Renner, Lucille, 36, 8 1, 93 Rerucha , Rose, 30 R ~y nold s, Arthur, 17, 65, 69, 77, 83, 102 Richards. H attie, 36, 83 93 Rigg5, \\'ayne, 17, 73, 99,102, 107 , 111 Rishel , Louise, 39 Robbins. Marga ret, 36 R ockwell , Martin, 22 70 i1 Rogers, J uscphinc, 1 /, 67: 68 Rogers, Miria m , 36, 72 Rooe, Don , .39 R ose. Robert, 39 R owan , Eugene, 30

77,

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Saale, \\'illiam . .39 Saathoff. Geneva , I 7, 64, 74 , 8.3 Samek , Anna , 39 Sargent. Mary, 39 Savill e. Margaret , 3 0 Scha ffer, Wayne, 36, 8 1 Schind ler, H elen , 37 Scho ll. Ralph. 22, 73 Sc h ul enbe~g , Marga ret , 39 Searle, Amta , 22, 94 Sha fer. Elaine, 22, 65. 67, 86, 96 Shakelton. ] o5ephine. 39 Sheeley. Glenn , 30 , 10 7 Sheldon , Benjamin, 29, 8 1 Sherma n. Richard. I 7. 83 Shields. Wilbert. 29 . ii, 102 Shimo nek, Alice Mac, 37, 79 Sho rt. Anne Louise, 29, 79, 8.3 Sla ck. Mary Ellen, 3 7, 8 1 Slagle. Richa rd. 29, 8 7 Smith. Annie Lau ric. 20 , 70 S mith . Geo rge\\' .. 47 , 67 . 68 S nider. Dorothy. 3 7, 8.3 Sn yder. j ack. JO S nyder. j erome. 22 . 74, 94 Sm·der. R obert. 29 Spielman. Do ro t hy. 37, 8 1 Spier. J ean . .37, 9.3 Stale,·. Fra n ci~ . 30 StandC'rford. Gordon . 39 Stanle,·. Rub,· Mae. 39 Stapleion. G l.enn . .\O Stark. La rr\'. 12 Steck. G. Ho lt. SO. 0-1 Stc:ng lein. Retty . .!7. R.3 St ephen,, Francis. 18 Stephem. han . 30 St cnn;;o n. Do ro thy. 17, 67. 8-1. 0-1

Stevenson , Marjori e, 22, 67 Stro h, Ru th , .39 St ua rt , Evelyn, 39 S ullivan, Amos, I 7, 70, 77, 102 Sutorius, Ru th , 20, 74, 79 , 8 5 S weenie , Cameron, 29 T T ackett , E\·agrace, J O Tan~;cman , May rc Beth, 29, 79 T ay lo r, Minn ie , 18 Tear, Grace, 45 , 65, 67 Th ornhill , Mc·rrit t, I 8 Tremain, Lau rence, .30 Trively, Virgi n ia , 37, 79 Turner, R icha rd, 22, 77 Tyler, Gerald , I 7, 7.3 T y ler. J . W., -15 T ynon , j o hn , 18, 69

U hley, \\'inifred , .39

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Vacek , ] oseph , :39 Va nce, Margaret , 29, 8.3 Van Ne~s. Loui~c, .3 7 Vclvick, E lman, .\9

w \\ agner, jean. 37, 8 1 Wa lker, Jda , 39 \Vare, Frank E ., -1 8, 71, 95 Watkins, Ruth , .37 Wa tk ins, \ Va lter, 22, oo, 74 \Veare, Edna, 49, 72, So Wcathcrfie ld , I rene, .\0 Weber , R obert, 29, 6R, 8 1 Wederquist , Char lotte, .30, 8.3 \\'eink e, Marie. 18 Wcllensiek, Marie . .30 Werner, Mary Elizabeth , .37, 8.3 \\'est, Dorothea. -1 .\ , 68 West, Eva line, 22, 70, 71, i -1 \Vest , j ames Ric hard , 39 West, j oh n R. , 38, 102 West, Mi ldred , 22, 67 Westbrook, Paul. 30 \Vcst on , Lawrence , 39 Wheeler, L ydia May , 17, 65, 67, 6 9 , 74, 79, 86 Whitney, Arlene , 30 Whit tier, Merly n, 38, 79 Whit\\ell , Beth , 30 Wigna ll , Doris, .38 \Vilberge r, Helen , .!8, 79, 8.! Willey, Ed ith , Jo Wi ll iams, Donald, .39 Wi lliams, Evely n, 23 Williams, Marec , 18 Williams, Mildred , .30, 85 W ilson , Helen. 18 W ilso n, Martha, 39 Wilson, Mildred ..39 Wilson , T. K. , 46 \\linter, j ohn M ., -18, iO Wirth , Willio:, 23, 70. 7 I , 7-1, 79 Wo lter, Frederick, 2.3, iO, 71, 74 , 79, 95 Workman, Mel. .39 Wyat t, Do ris, JQ

X Yonl. Glenn . .30, 70, 71, 74, i<l, 8 1 You ng. Kenneth . 18 \'o un j!, Louise, 30 Young, M a ry Pauline. 2.3, 8-1

z Zimmerma n , Lawrence, .39


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