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RED, W'HI1 Purl-Harder Club, knit one, purl two, under the guidance of Dean !nice Dunning.

Civilian Pilot Trainers and Trainees fly high and wide for Uncle Sam.


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One countr y, one destiny! We at Peru State stand behind our coun try to l et all nations know that such ::I destiny w as written-t h~ destiny of life, liberty, and the pursui t of happiness, in a time when all nations of the world a r e a t war to deter mine whether that d e::;tiny shall con tinu e. Those who a re under the Blue and Whi te, as well a s the Red, White. and Blue. are learning to live . . . to live as men and women should live- to be physically, mentally, and morally fit . . . to live in such a way that they can best serve their country, be it home defense or actual service in the armed forces . . . to live for, believe in , and work toward thi s destiny, which is not only for Ameri cans, bu t fo r all who are stru gg ling in this war-torn world.

" The Blue and White" shall fore ver hold i ts place be side " The Red, Whit e, and the Blue."


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your heart , o ur efforts sha l l not have been in vain .. . . o ur book and y ou r book sha l l l i ve a s long a s a n y o ne o f the T h o usand Oaks.

The G ym-home of the clawing and victorious Bobcats .

The Train ing School-home of the young on P. S. T. C .'s campu:;.


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FACULTY T he s tabl e facto r , gu idin g us in o ur search for kn ow le d ge, the l ead e r in thi s coope r a t i v e quest . . Our F acu lt y. Pa t ien t ly r ega rd ing ou r ef fo rt s, n o w urging u s o n, now t e rn pering o ur impetuousness . . . th ey a r e e v e r gaining wi s d om for u s and are winning fo r th e m selves ou r fr iend sh i p. W e r eca ll th eir pe r sonal int e r es t in o ur efforts, th ei r indu l gence with o ur mi s takes, cmd the o ther evidence t ha t th e ir m ain concern i s ou r p r og r ess th ei r g rea tes t r e w a rd , ou r s uccess.

PRESIDENT W. R. PATE . .. Greases college wheels ... Superb d iplomat dismisses convocation amo ng othe r things . .. at tend er of fortyleven educational conferences.

MRS. !NICE DUNN ING . Dean of Women . . . chiefest interest- providing a happy home for the g irls . pep-per of the Purl Harder Clu b . scissors and needle;, a dres;, m no X time

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Di scordan t a t t im es, o ur r e l a ti o n ship with th em g r o w s c o n s tan tly . each conques t i s ct m o rtar w e ld i n g i f i nto so mething m o r e ta n g i b le, m o r e e n during. So with g ra te ful m e mori es ou r sen io r pa rtn e r . . . Our Facu l ty .

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JIMERS ON Dean o f M e n O ut si de intere:; ts Hu nti n g, fi :d t ing, and Bing sa y s th e rr> i :: n o th i ng li ke fi s h fri 0d over a ca mpfi r e writ e路 : roetry wh 0 n h 0 feeL the urge


GRACE TEAR Pr o fessor of Educat io n V e r satile publ i she s v e r ~;e, co llect;; a ntiques. ori e nt s fr es hm e n . an d guards the fr eshman bull e tin board . P. A M AXWELL H ea d o! Deportment o f Edu catt o n presen t s pro bla c t pro ble m s to perplexe d pupi ls . e nJ Oy s camping wi th ht s b o y :; author, r ese arc h e r . l ectur e rin other words o ut sta n d ing in educa tional fi e ld

CASTLE M . BROWN . . . H ead of H istory and Other Social Sciences Depar tment . . . "lays down the law " to col lege students owner of smile with a power of suggestion . . . dextrous l y bows a v iolin. W I NSTON B. TH ORSON . . A ssociate Professor of H istory . a whose lectures inspire teacher teachers to be . p l ays chess che w s popcorn . . say s Alice in Wonderland gives him the whim whams.

Convo goers and non-goers m c l ude, besides senior s. our facu l ty .


FACULTY VICTOH H!JGO Jll!I J Hn ]Jirr·c tor o f Bund and .: tnk-::" at Orche:·ara ·nnu c..::u c..f I hr· ·;t o lt n the bowfmg ullr.:·; thr· gr·ntl r.:mon 11. wlutc and g ::Jid brai d R T Bf.ll FORI_; l n.· tn tctor o f P ta 110 • n ! O rgan funoml,uft~;t Ot thr· !JI' Jll'J CT'· II<· · !JICI IIT '· Vllt!l thr.: o rgrJn a ~; wr· ll u ; thr· I r 11.:l o r ; HOLT STCCV. In · tr ot<.:HJr 1:1 V vt<.: •· nd Public Scltoc.f llf u::lc <.1<- r:tc..n.·urJt r·.: lt '· ~v1. rrou.:t<.: Ill c:ve r 1 fil:>r.:r whr.: n cltr::.rr d rl~rr·r:IIIIC) t•· r •c h•· .: th r o ugh t,f.tlo::o ph ·; olw 1'/ lol ll l. r· lf

W . TYLCR IJ t rr·ctor r:> f Hurul r.d11c lt o n Kno w.: th e: r:dU<.:Jil vnr.d for·ld o ut :; tcl'" t n tcre::>t:;p o e:try, gardr:ntng. cluck'· t J.: p o:: .:· ·. :.:or o f u de ltqlttfuf .;r:n ""' c. f lourn vr H a:> B K BAKF.H Pr v l'· .. ·or o f r.du ccrl t un p :: ycho analytt<.: .. '/'· .: ut.lv<Jc , ,,. <J f tl~<· tro t e> xt ~~ Ptntnr"r. r ;<Jtr·.·. I ll I C··llllll lll .. ,, I fc,n tl •all rAty::t qur·

ARTHUR L. BRADFORD ... Head of English Department ... wealthy in words distinctive in dress ." .· stylistic in stories . . dynamic in drama. ROBERT D. MOORE .. Assistant Professor of English and Instructor of Speech super in speech . . director in d ramatics . . pride in pert Bobbie . . . potentate i n PERUVIAN affairs. j. M. WINTER . . . Professor of Biology, Head o f Department of Science . . . purebred recessive lor twinkling blue eyes . handles genes. chromosomes. gametes. and stu dents with precision of a scientist. . AssoT 0 ODLAUG ciate Professor of Biological Sciences follow s foreign affairs with interest sponsor (and trea ~; urer ) of Tri Be ta arti:-1 at chalk-talk .:urqwoll 1 killed 1n dt.:<-ctton


110NR PRLMER . . Pro fessor of Comm e rce . fir s t-rat e shorthand and t yping ins truct o r . is fun on picn i cs and parties . . . enjoy;; danc i ng . MRH JOR IE WEST .. Rssi s tant Proft:ssor o l Commerce . . supe r book b alancer a nd another w ho "lay.; dow n the law" to s tuden ts co n c-oct. 路 1 o l " L."11:;ci o u s l ea:;t s.

PE RRL KENTON .. A ssi stant Pr ofessor o f f o re ign Languag es V e rsati l e i s the word cooks, tra路vels, flori s ts and find s tim e to teach Lat i n . enj oy s te lling you abou t th e n ew h ouse she and tw o o l h e r frie n d s buil t. SC LM R KONIG . Pro fe ssor o f M o d e rn Languages . . . " please pu t tw o do t:; o v er the 0 in my name" the Little G e n eral to h er stu d e nt ~; . ~;o oth i n g accent.

Pres i d e nt Pa te (al i a s Jim Sandin) and Dr. Brown (al i a s T a d H ubbell give faculty members a mi rror vi ew o f th emselves.

FRANCES H ARVEY Supervisor o f Ju ni or High School lik es ord inary thing s-turnip greens, b ut te rmil k . cor nbre ad likes tr a ns port by jalopy o r bik e MA RI E FAU LHABER A ssociate Professor o f English . k eeps stu dent teache rs in a frenzy one o f mos t meticu lo u s p eop l e o n cam p us w a nt s booky env iro nm Pn l.


FACULTY !=L::i::to n t Dire ctor o~ ARTHUR )O l·IES publtc it y ma n for Phy!:icol E d u ca tio n ma k es cri s p , th e athl e ti c depa rtrrv::n t s u p p o rt s clear . co nv oca t ion ::p r~eche.: " AI " in e v e rything PHYLLI S D AVI DSOII D i rec t or o f Phy s i c al Educati o n l o r W o m en ::pon,;o r.; W .A .A . ha:: cha rg r~ w o rnen':: p h y :: tca l w ell be ing . . . di f:cou r ::e:: a t le:ng t h abou t h e r third o ! the n e w te:ache: r a g r, ever y m u sc l e nam e d Grace. A . G . WHEELER D i rec to r o f At h l e tics urd Phy:; i ca l Edu ca ti o n . c a n c e rtainly u se cha l k ll o w 0 r s tn hi :: g a rd e n , !lowers in hi e la p e l alw ar: " u ndo r t he b P n c h " u n l oo;:;:: h r~ Ita:: o ?.0 po i n t l <·a d

of junior ERliEST SH OD S u p c rvi :;or High T e a c hing ha:: thr ee a rnbiti o n :;: t o catch . . . to bo wl 700 o n th ree l in es to s e e enough tro ut fo r tw o "eating s" . Pe ru lac u l t'( c o n ti nu e v o ll e y ba ll HUTH G . BRA! JD T Prin c i pal o f Jun i o r H igh Scho ol a dor e d b y h e r s tud e nt s a :; -::•1ide n ce d b y a ne cklace at Chri s tma s tim e p e r ::o nali !y tha t put :: y ou a t e a sP. . . . lib'!:: to r e a d p oe try

E. H. HAYWARD . . . Registrar .. . a whiz at fixing schedules ... now that he ha s built a house his interest turns to gardening . . . recreation-trout fishing, but he never gets to d o any of it. NORMA C. ALBRECHT . . enAssistant Registrar joys the antics of Lil Abner and Dagwood . . ambition-to raise a better garden than the Dean 's enjoy s canning . chief p leasure and duty- maki ng transcripts by the doze n s. GRACE PETERSEN Librarian . Writer suprem e-poetry, short stori es, p lays, columns, and books . . . en joys reading in b ed . . . detes ts r ich deserts, preferring milk ... has a large family-of librar y assi stan ts. HAROLD FISHER Assistant Libra rian li kes to read if he can ever g et around to it chie f job - to keep the library running smoothly and QUI ETLY M y avocation i:: rny occ11pal!on I'IJ'I£:

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PAUL C . SWEETLAND . . . A ss i stant Pro fessor o! Mathe new on the cammatics ha s treme nd ous !ol pus lowing af ma th s tude nt s outsid e int erests-po litics and sport s . C . R. HUCK .. . head of Department o f Math e matics . . . says there is nothing better than tink ering in his home work shop enjoys m ess ing . when a round with radio . a sked about movie stars h e didn't know they exi sted . ISABEL MRSON . Supervisor oi Fifth and Sixth Grade T eachi ng . . . dogwood flowers m ean old Kentucky spring de signs in copper intrigu e her . . pottery-i stic with clay. MARY H I LEMAN Supervisor of Third and Fourth Grade Teaching popups" from the ground make spring her favorit e . . a proficien t s w i m m e r . . has ple a santest gree ting and smile on the campu s .

MR S. M . 0. DELZELL Bookkeeper . quiet and e fficient favori te occupation- cooking enjoys reading about current a ffair s. ELMR GOCKLEY College Bur:>ar has reputation of being most e ffici ent person on campus . . can make o fficial order-giver e v en a bankruptcy balance . travels widely.

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ELIZABETH McCOLLUM Direc tor of Kindergarten, and BLRNCHE GARD Supervisor First and Second Grade Teaching . mida ft ernoon teaparty realistic to the doll s only both are adored by c hildren and plants.


M FLO RCI ICJ: MRHTI! l n.:.:1.:t ant Prok.;;;or o l f.ngh. ·h 10vorit-:t~oching p o:; II IO n pr.-rclv·d on o de::d: por•t. ;" . "II f V• r JJ l"{ :op o n ::or:-: P e:riagog1r1n nnd dnn cn.; 'tlllh fre::-: hmr:n S11rnmnry rn o.; ' populrJr in.;tructrx MRRGRRET Hf.l 11 ill I GSI:I: C ol l ege: I l u r :;r.: ht:~.; rrlr·ol },nrl.: rd · mann sr "II O irlrl rnok.-- nn n x c r-1 lcnt mode:! fo r r-:rl c r o::. · po.: te:r hr:r ;;tnrclv·d 11 n d or r11 v;J II.'J 'nl.: th rO il <Jh th-: rnf11 rw·n "/ r r.u• 1. · 111 -:. lut o:. .; t !Joo l:: ;.

f.I>IJ n WJ :n HJ: n .. '" t··1111 P1 f· :·0r o f 1!01 11" J>·r qt '>llrw.; t• I.:t ·; h o bb"f C0 1l ·~r: lrn<J r,nd t r·. : trn'l J' l' f"CIJ")r:::;Y.i llr• rl ry1rrlnnr-1 an ol-i Cngh :: h qnr>" f ,-, r '" " gir l.: IDR M BRnCKI Jf: Y n.:.·I.:tnnt Pr ok:o:oor of H o m -: l :con0!11 It::.; a~:· th e t e of viole:t.·. .·w,... ,... IJ'"O .: . .;nop-d rogon::. ro: e:.:. vt"ll - dr""""rl pe:opl e. attractive: homr:.:. :;c,...ne: rrctu r0:;

GE!lEVIE MARSH . Dorr:11tor:t like girL maml"f n :;:;Istant biography brow~e r grand•• on rtuot~r

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n :;;;Qc Jo te Pro fe:-;!;o r of [ ducatJon Prin cipal Hi g n Schoo l . . gUJdes the Y.M .C .P. . take s p er sonal int e rest in hi s stude nt teacher.-; ho bb y- garde n ing ... fav o rit e food-jus t PLENT Y. W lLLIP.M MILLER . . . P. nsis tant Pro fessor o f Hi stor y ho bby- pho to graphy a n d Othe r Soci al Sc i e n ces o f all l:inds . . so ft p l ea:;i ng vo ice . . . sport s lo ver. S. L. CLEM ENTS . Pro fessor of Educati o n . Supe r inte n de nt o f Traini ng Sc hoo l . . worries about m en fo r place m e nt bu r e au . . pro m o te r of " victo r y" v eg etabl e garde n s-rat her r aise than ea t the m.

C LI NTO N SHARP . P. ss i r; tant Pro fessor o f Ph ysical S cien ces .. fro m C .P.T . to Naval Air-Corps instruc ting owns a 1788 co py of th e fir st che mis tr y b ook and 399 o thers. A. B. CL A YBURN . Pro fessor o f G eography a nd G eology . . . ho bby-bo y scouts r eceiv ed the highest rank (Silver Beaver) in boy scout organiza tion . write r o f books -n o w revi sir.g hi s " G eog raphy and Agric ulture o f Nebraska ."

MRS. CMILI E K I RK .. n :;.:ociat e Pro fessor of nrt fon d of mu sic c an ' t rio anyth i ng without h e r h u.; b and's con sent-e ven to th e v o icing o f her l ik es fo r the PERUVIAN would lik e an increase in salary more than anything. NORM A L. DIDDE L . . A ssociate Profe ssor of A rt . a voice a s p l easing a s h e r . also a m e m r ainting l~c r of th e trio who built the tea che ra g e . wear :~ ar ti stic clothes.

ERNEST I RA WSON A ss is tan t Ins tructor o f In has a d u s tria l Arts soft pa rt in hi s heart fo r m e tals and welding hi s work i s al so hi s hobb路t . likes hard task s b eca u se the re i s no fun in d o ing so m e thing ev e ryone a s to ambit10 11 can do - " T he soone r I fini sh m y th esi s the better. " A . V . LARSON Pro fe:-;sor o f Indu stria l Arts avidly re ads Re a de rs Dig es t and Natio nal G eoqro p h Jcs lurn is he.: trno r lor the c h oi r .<p onsor s soph o m o r e c ia.<.< rnnt h ematics. c h ~mi:> try, anrl p hysics p r ovide h i s o ther Jn te re,: ts Page Twenty-t h ree


SENIORS P路~ :路路 :' 路 ~ : '/ Pres. Bob A.;r.;on. Sec.-Treas. john Rhodus. and Soonsor A. L. Bradford discuss plans lor commencement.

Ma r y E. Jcn,;0n to k 0:; o v"r Pr 0.;1 dency when R 0 x JOi n.; Uncl 0 Snm'.; rani: :>.

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SENIORS COR INNE A DAM S

Peru, Nebraska

Early Ele me ntary - Early Elem entary Cl ub, Y W . C. A . Symphonium , PERUVIAN . Gamma Chi, Sigma Tau De lta

FANNY ALBERT S

Filley, Nebraska

Early Elcm e ntary- F.T .A., Art Club, Early Elementary Club Lutheran C iub, Gamma Chi, Kappa Delta Pi

BOB ASHTON

Lorton, Nebraska

Music-Y.M .C.A., Symphonium, Band, Perus i ngers. Alpha Erudito. Pi Sigma C hi, Track

BARBARA BEAL

Watson , Mi ssouri

Commerce-Learn-to-Dance C lub Spon sor, Y.W .C .A.. Perusing ers, PERUVIAN. Girls' Dorm Council, A lpha Er udito. f-llpha Mu Omega, Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Sigma C hi

Mf-lURiCC RNDERSOH

Ong, Nebraska M a themati cs- PERUVIAN Al pha M u Omega. Lambda Delta Lam bda, ' Stude nt Athletic M an -

JOSEPHI NE BOOSIN G ER

H ome Economics-Y.W.C .A., Kappa Omicron Phi

HAZEL B BOUSE ED WI N E. RRGABRIG HT English

Co in, Iowa

Pawnee Cit y , Nebraska

Dunbar, Nebras ka

Elementary- Y.W .C .A., Alpha Erudito, Gamma Chi, Kappa Delta Pi . Sigma Tau Delta

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SENIORS CLAIR A CALLA!I

Odell, llebra:;ka

Physical Education-Social Committee, Men 's Corm Council, P C lub, Football, Basketball, Track

BERTHA

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Falls Ctt/. llebrasb

Hor:1e Economics-Dramatic Club, Y.W.C.A., In ter:1ational Relations. Girls' Dorm Council. Gamma Chi, Kappa Omicron Phi

HAROLD C. DALLAM

!'otr mont. ll"hro ..d:n

Industrial Rrt :;- M cn':; Football, Track

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MRR) O H!L: DL:Rll Monroe, llcbra:;ka

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BETTY KATHRY11 COLE

DON n LD W . JJL:nll

Peru, Nebraska

Physical Science-Dramatic Club. Alpha M u Omega, Lambda Delta Lambda, Sigma Tau Delta, Basketball, Track, Tenni s

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Palmyra. l!ebraskLl

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SENIORS WI LLIAM JUNI O R rANKHA U SER

H umbold t, Nebr

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FILMER

Peru , Nebra ska

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JO n N M GOOD

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Pac ili c junction, iowa

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Lin coln, N c btaska

Elem entary- Art Club. Sk etch Club Spon sor, Bond, Peru sing ers. Student Advi sory Council. Kappa Omicron Phi

MARY HORTON

Fairbury, Nebraska

ELLA MAE HURLBURT

MARY COLLIN jENSEN

Peru. N ebras ka

f,rt-Art Cl ub , Y.W .C.A ., PERUVIAN , Gamma Chi, W n A . Ka p pa Omicro n Phi

So le m. Nebras ka

Home [conomtcs- Y W .C.A ., Girls' Dorm Council. Kappa Omicron Phi, Sigma Tau Del ta, Pi Sigma Chi

MEdE DlTH j !MERSON

Peru, N ebra ska

Fcreign Languoge- Pedagogion, Alpha Erudite. Ga m ma Chi

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SENIORS

N ANCY ELLEN JONES

Per u, Nebraska

English-Dramatic Cl ub, Y.W .C.A., In ternational Relations. PERUVI AN, Gamma Chi, Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Del ta

VIRGIN IA L. KING

P hy ~ ical

Peru, Nebraska

Science-Alpha Erudito, Omega, Lambda Delta Lambda

H ERBL:HT KNUTSON

Fall s Ci ty, N ebra s ka

Hom e Econom ics-Art Club, Y.W .C.A., Kappa Om i cron Phi

Luthe ran

Club,

Glenwood. Iowa

Commerce- Y W CA., International R elation ~;. Pedagogi an. Kappa Delta Pi , Sig ma Tau Delta, Pi Sigma Chi

RICHARD KI NGSOLVER

ANNA LOUI SE MA NGOLD

Alpha

Mu

ROSE M cGINN IS

Hu111bo ldt. Nebra:;ka

English- Y.W .C .A., Sigma Tau De lta

BILL McNALLY

Long Pine, N ebraska

Industria l Art ::;- Foo tball. Bask e tball , Track

Low:wille. Nebraska

M athemat ics-Y.M C A , In ternational RelatiOn s. Alpha Erudito, Sigma Tau Delt a, Al pha Mu Omega, Kappa Del ta PI

MONN A LEE MORELOCK

Wat son , Mi ssou ri

Home E:conomics- Y.WCA , Gamma Chi, Kappa Omicron Phi , Pi Sigma Chi


SENIORS

GRACE M U ENCHAU

A l vo, Nebraska

Comm erce - Y .W .C .A., Sy mph onium, Social C ommittee, Pedagogian, PERUVIAN, Girl s' Dorm Council, Al pha Erudi te, Gamma Chi, Ka ppa De lta Pi, Sigma Ta u De l ta, Pi Sigma Chi A LTH EA NISPEL

Ply mouth, Nebra ska

Peru, Nebraska

CECIL RAWSON

I ndu strial Ar ts- Ep" ilo n Pi Tau , Footba ll. Ba ,;kfâ&#x20AC;˘tbal l. Track

Peru ,

JO H N RHODU S Com m erce- Pi T rack

Home Econo mics- Art C l ub, Lutheran Clu b , Gamma Chi , Kappa Delta Pi , La mbda Delta L ambda. Kappa Omicron Phi FERNE PETERSON

Nebra ~; k o

Sigma Chi , Footbal l. l3a:d:e tbal l,

Sh ickley, N ebraska

Home C:conom i cs- Y.W .C .A ., Perusingers, Girk Dorm C ounc il, Alpha Erudi te. Kappa Omicron Phi

" Record-breaker " Bing-never ski p s school.

Doc Sa ndin a n d con gregation at w eek ly re viva! meeting .


SEN IORS

LUCILE SANDFORT

Humboldt , Nebrask-:J

Music-Y .W .C.A., Symphonium, Orchestra, Perusingers, Alpha Erudite, Alpha Mu Omega

HELEN JEAN SAVILLE

DEAN J SLAGLE

Fal ls City, Nebraska

Phy sical Science-Sy mphonium. Peru singers. A lpha M u Omega

Salem, Nebrada

Home Economics-Dramatic Club, YWCA ., In terna tional Relat ions, Alpha t:rudito, Kappa Om icron Phi

fl05 SMITH ln du~ tr ial

Talmag e, Nebraska Art s-C.P.T. Epsilon

Pi Tau.

P Club,

football

LLOYD SE HNERT H1story- Y.M CA . Interna tional Rela tiOns. M en·· Dorm Council. P Club. Ten ni s, Student Athletic Manager

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l.ur! Y [!r rnr~nt· 11 1 Cl d i w c n

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JCSSE CLAIRON SMITH

Peru, Nebraska

Industrial Arts. C .P.T .. Epsilo n Pi Tau

1Af1RGARf.T STIERS

Ne maha. Nebrasko

Cnghsh- lnternation al R;;lation s. Alpha Karpa DElta Pi. Sigrna Ta u De lta

Erudit e,


SENIORS

THEODO RE STHASBURG

Ta lmag e. N ebra,.; ka

Phy sical Sci ence. Y M C .n .. nlrhu rrudi to. 80 ta Beta Bcto. Tcnni:;

DOROTHY C. TEACHMAN

Linco l n. Nebraska

Eng!ish- Y .W .C .A .. PERUVIAN. Alpha Erudito. Gamma Ch i . Sigma Tau De lt a . Pi Sigma Chi EDIT H WILLEY

ROBERT WILLI AM S

Glenw ood . Iowa

M a thf' matic,;- Y M .C A .. CP T.

nLWYN YOUNG

Adam s. Nebraska

lndu:;trial Arts-Epsilon Pi Tau . P Club , Footbal l. Basketball , Track

Liberty , Nebraska

Mathernaticf;- Y.W C n. Girl :-; 路 Dortn C ouncil. nlpha I::rudito . nl plia M u Om ega. l<:ctppcr Del ta Pi. Siq tnCt Tc11 t D0 I tct

Ne w s-con scious coeds r ead the funmes.

Butch monopolizes conversation at a sess ion d i sc ussi ng a "honey" o f an air路 planet


JU NIORS Ollicial " ofliciators' :~. 路: ... doss were: Reuben Fa:-.;.,: Wayne Buhrmann. V p., Carnahan. Sec.; and Co: ! li.":. Trees. (Prof. Clayburn. Spon.,cr. :-.ct shown.)

Third year students, who by the end of the year already begin to feel the strain of what the final year w ill bring, were badgered about by Prexy Reuben Fanciers in his own inimitable way. Their biggest responsibility, aside from keeping the sophomores humble, was to pre-

Vlhilc othr-r.; ::turly. thi.: second iloor gang tol:r路.路 t11n'" ou t l o r a game o f heart.;

sent the prom in the spring.

This fina l

gesture to the Sen iors by their unde rclass brothers was original and clever. So. even whi le the grads are shedding their gowns and mortar board. these future philosophy students a re donning the yoke of Senior s truggles.

On into the night to the tune of semester te!ito;, term papers. and overdue notebooks Bob, Huey, jame s, and Schrine.

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JUNIORS RUTH ADAM SON

Auburn , N ebra ska

English- Drama tic Club, Intern at i onal Relat ions, Per usi ngers. De bat e

BILL BERGER

Nebraska Cit y, Nebraska

Phy sical Sci ence-C .P.T .. Band

De Witt . Nebraska

ELAINE BRIER DOROTHY JU NE ARM STRONG

Howe. Nebra;.ka

Ph ys ical Educotion- F.T .A., f1d vi sory Council , W .A.A.

Y.W .C .A ..

Stude nt

Hi story -路Ai pha Erudi te. Si gm a Tau Delta

WAYNE BUHRMANN ! V f1 ARMSTRO NG

Yutan, Nebrask(r

El em entary- 楼 W .C .A.

GEORGE ATW OOD

Princeto n, Nebraska

Mathema ti cs-Learn-to-Dance C l ub Sponsor, Alpha Erudite, Al ph a Mu O m ega, Lambda De lta Lambda

A shl and, Nebra ska

Phy sica l Educati o n- M en 's Dorm C o uncil, Club. Beta Beta Be ta , Foo tball, Track

P

EVA JANE BUNDY

Springfield , N ebra;;ka

Elementar y- Y.W .C.A ., Gamma Chi

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JUN I ORS Cree k. Nebraska

LETHA GARDNER

Home Economics-f.T.A .. Y W C.A .. Gamma Chi. W .A.A., Kappa Omicron Phi

Elem entory- Rrt W.A A.

ARDIS ELLEN CARMINE

L . f.

DORIS KATHERINE CARNAHAN Commerce-Art Club. W .A.A ., Pi Sigma Chi

Y.W .C A.,

REUBEN HENRY fA NDERS

Beatrice, Neb r. Gamma

Chi,

VRDA RUTH GUBSER

Y W C. R .

Garnrna

Chi .

H ornburg, I owa

Horne F.conomic,:- Koppo Omicro n Pht. Pi Sigma Chi

Diller. Nebraska

Enghsh-Dramatic Club, Y.M .C.A., PERUVI All. Men's Dorm Council. Beta Beta Beta. Sigma Tau Delta

VIVIAN C. FOGLE

Panama. N<::bra s ka Club.

MYRTON H ALL I ndu ~ tri a l

Fairbury, llebr a s l:u

Art s-T rack

Tecumseh, llebrasl:a

Early Elementary-Early Elementary Club, Dramatic Club, Y.W.C.A., International Relati ons, Gamma Chi, Sigma Tau Delta

LILLIAN K. HRVC L

Wilb e r. 1\f e brad:a

Engli sh-f.T .A .. Art C l ub. Int ernatio n a l Re l ations. Al pha Erudite. Si gma Tau D e lt a, Kappa Delta Pi

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JUNIORS JEAN HOAGL AN D

Omaha, Nebraska

Phy sical Science- Beta Beta Beta. Gamma Chi, Koppo Delta Pi

HillA KANCL

Glenwood. Iowa

Engli sh- Dramatic Club, Peru Players Sponsor. Scri bblers Cl ub, Y.W .CA .. Peda gog ian

KATHER INE ). LCI GH

Crab Orchard, Nebraska

Phy sical Education-Pedagogian, Delta, Te nni s

Si gma

Tau

H umbold t, Nebra ska

Engli sh- Drama tic Club. Y.W .C.A .. In ternational Rela tions. Pedagogian. Alpha Erud i te. Kappa Delta Pi , Sigmo Tau De lta

ELLEN KING

RALPH LOCKE

HAROLD MACOMBER Indu strial

Beatrice. Ne braska

Arts-Y .M.C.A.

LaVERNA MAGNESO N

Stanton, Iowa

E;:xrly El ementar y- Early Elementary Club. the ran Club. Y .W.C.A .. G amma Chi. W.A.A .

Lu-

Nebra ska Ci ty, Nebraska

Early Eleme ntcrry - F'.T n .. Early El ementary C l ub, Gamma Chi

)EROL YN McCARTY

nuburn, N<'!bra ska

Early Elementary- Early Elemen tary Club, C.C .A.

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JU NI ORS

BETTY JEAN MILLER

Hamburg, I owa

Home Economics-C.C.A., Peru singers, Social Commit tee, Alpha Erudite. Gamma Chi, Sigma Tau Delta. Kappa Omicron Phi

T ec um seh , Ne b r aska

KEITH ROBERTS

Physical Educati on - P Club, Foo tball

JAM ES SANDIN LAVINA A. MONEYPENNY

Dorchester, Nebraska

Early Elementary

ROBERT MORRIS

Engli sh-Dramatic Clu b , C.C R .. Band, Orche ,;. tra. Dance Band, M en 's Dorm Council, Sigma Ta u De l ta

Auburn. Nebraska

Biology-Y.M.C.A ., Beta Be ta Beta

LaVARA O AKLEY

Plattsmouth . Neb raska

GILBERT C . SCHREINER Biology-Y .M .C .R .. Beta Beta. Track

U ,1adilla. N e bra s ka

International

Rela tions.

Be ta

Sterling Nebraska

Commerce--Y W .C.A.. Perusi ngers, Girls' Dorm Council. Alpha Erudite, Gamma Ch i, W A A, Pi Srqma Chi

MILTON K

SCHULZ

Sigo11rney , Io w a

Eng l d1 -- Drama tic Club. YMCA


JUNIORS

13CTTE JANE SCOTT

Hum boldt. Nebraska

English- Band, Perusingers, Kappa Delta Pi

MILDA ARDELL SLAGLC Ea rl y Elemen tar y- Art Club, Y.W.C R.

Stel la, Nebra ska C lub,

Earl y

Elementary

Peru, Nebraska

ISABEL TYNO N

E:1gli:;h - C .P.T ., Sy mphonium, Band, Orche s tra

PATRICIA WAGGONER

Peru, Nebraska

Carly Clemcntary

EDWINNIE WILLMANN

Mart ell. Nebraska

Early Elementary- Early Ele m e:1tary Club, W.A .A. JARED E. SMITH

Nebra:;ka City, Nebraska

Mathematic::;-C. P.T. CARL C . WIRTH DO NALD STARK

13edford, Iowa

Physical Education-- P Clu b, Foo tbal l, Basketball. Track

AUDREY ELLEN ZASTERA MRRY STE VENSON Art- Art Club

Auburn, Nebraska

Loui svill e, N ebraska

Physical Science- Y.M.C.A ., International Relations, Alpha Erudite, Alpha Mu Omega, Kappa DP- lta Pi, Lambda Delta Lambda

Loui :; vill e , Nebra sko

Engli sh - F.T A ., Dramatic Club, Sponsor, Band, Alpha Erudi te, Sigma Tau Delta

Pe ru Pl ayers Gamma C hi,

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SOPHOM O RES

Treas. Virgie Lee Johnson. Sec. Gcn Steuteville. V . Pres. Chris Wi lkinson. Pres Dick Clements and Sp:msor A. V. Lars on plan sophomore part[ .

Those lost touches!

Hmm on on rl Percy w i th that "cla:;sc:;-ovcr-fo r- to-day路路 loo k

minut~

Fresh

fro m

th e ir

labels

cmcr<Jed

mores.

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Freshmen

the

took

sopho-

up

their

duties a s upperclassmen with the fervor they displayed as new

s tud en ts.

The

frivolou s

ones worked a nd schemed to k eep up with the Freshmen in parties and did s ucceed

with

a

was

bang- up affair

which

strictly sophomoric. Th ese s tudious classmen appl i ed them -

'

selves

to

the

seldom

n:.en-

tioned. but existen t academic subjects. and with no little bi t o f success. Alt ogether th e 194 1-

12 Sophom o res w ere preparing themsel ves Huey :anb tn to delip :;tUO[

for

th e

being I 94 2-4 3 Juniors.

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SOPHOMORES BERNICE ACORD

JEAN CflRO L YNN BOND

Riverton. Io 路na - Elementary Y.W .C .A . Alpha Erudtto. Gamma Chi. W .A A.

Diller. Nebraska- Engltsh-Y. W . C . 11.. Band. Al pha Erudite, Ga mma Chi

OSCAR BRETTHO RST

CHTJ-:1 RINE ADAM S Council Blu ffs, Io wa - [nglishY.W .C .fl ., Peru sing ers, Gamma

Burr, Nebraska- Mathematics Y J.I.C.A., Alpha Erudite

Ch ELA!~~F.:

PH OEBE AN DERSON Peru. Nebra::;l:a - [arl y ary- W .A A.

[Jement-

BRILEY

Hamburg. Iowa - Commerce Gamma Chi. Pi Sigma Chi

DICK CLEMENTS Peru. Nebraska - Pre -Engmeenng - Camera Club Sponsor, Band, Peru sing ers, PERUVIAN, Alpha Erudito

HELEN DAHLKE Au b urn, Nebraska-CommerceDramatic Club. Scribbl e, rs Club. A lpha Erudi to, Gamma Chi, Pi Sigma Chi

TON Y De MARO Nebraska Ci ty, Nebrask a-M 'l sic -C.C.A .. Band. Orchestra

HOPE M . CARTER MARCELLA BARRETT I.awrc,nce. Nebraska- Early Elementary- Early Elementary Club, C .C.A .. Perusingers

MARGARET BEEZLEY Syracuse. Nebra ska- Earl y El ementary - Early El e mentary Clu b. Girls' Dorm Council. Gamma Chi

Pl y mouth, Nebraska- Early Elementary- Early Elem entary Clu e. Dramatic club. Learn- to- Donee C lub Sponsor, Social Committee. Gomma Chi.

EVELYN CHRISTIANCY G eneva, Neb raska- C o mm erceY.W .C.A .. Alpha Erudite, Gamma Chi. Pi Sigma Chi

BETTY DOOLI TTLE Red Oak , Iowa-Early Elementary - Early El emen tary Club, Gamma C hi

BARBARA ). DRESSLER Nemaha, Nebraska - Early Elemen ta r y-Early Elementary Club . Y.W .C.A.. Band. Per usingerc;, Alpha Erud ito. Gamma C hi

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SOP HOM OR ES ;; H

FREDDIE DREXLER Steele City. Nebraska - M.-, ·: • matics-Y.M.C.A., Band, Peru:;!:l'J ers, Dance Band, Social Comm ittee, PERUVIAN. Men's Dorm Council

TWILDI EPLEY Syracuse, Nebraska-CommerceGamma Chi

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n

. • r '"J.;r.a - Elementary r;Cimma Chi

MARGARET GOODRIDGE Rock Port, Missouri-Mu sic- Y.W. Symphonium, Orchestra. C .A.. Alpha Erudite, Gamma Chi

ELEANOR 1-Hll.L Farragu t. Iowa Eorly l:l e rnentory - Early Elementary Clu b, Y .W . C R, Bond. Gamma Chi

ROLLIN F. HRLL Nemaha. N ebras ka- Commerce In ternational Re lati on:;, Bond

ELDA HA MEL MARJORIE FRIEDLY Pawnee Cit y, Nebraska- Eiem cntary-F.T.A., Y.W .C.A .. Perusingers

WANDA PEARL GRAHAM

Mill Grove. Mi:;:;ouri - [lemen tary - Gamma Chi

Brock, Nebraska-M athema ti c:> WENDEL HANDLEY

BEATRICE FULTON Corning, Iowa-Elementary-Dramatic Club, Learn-to-Dance Club Sponsor

ROBERT EDWARD GREFE Lanham. Nebraska - Hi story Lutheran Club, Y.M.C.A., Beta Beta Beta, Football

Nemaha . 1-lebraska- Phy sical Education-Men's Dorm Council . P Club, Football. Track. Bas ketball

DOROTHY HANKS LOIS FULTON Tabor, Iowa-Elementary- Y. W. C.A., Gamma Chi

?aqc F·wy

EVELYN HACKER Auburn, Nebraska-Elementary

Nebraska City, Nebraska- Hi story -Dramatic Club, Y.W .C.A ., Gam ma Chi


SOPHOMORES HAROLD JENKINS

DALE HOWARD

NCTTIE HnNLO N Peru. Nebrasl:a - 1-h:; tor y- lnt ernational Relation :;. Gamma Chi

Humboldt. Nebra ska- EnglishPerusingers

Tecumseh, Nebraska

VIRGIE LEE JOH NSON )AMES HOWE ARNO LD H ECTOR johnson. Nebraska - Lutheran Club

Mathematics

LUTIE JANE 1-!lNELl NE Percival. la wa- M a th emal!cs- nrt Club. Gamma Chi

Barneston. Nebraska- History International Relations. Perusingers, PERUVIAN. Beta Beta Beta

Auburn. Nebraska English Scribblers C lub. Y .W .C .A., International Relations. Student Advisory Council. PERUVIAN. Alpha Erudito. Beta Beta Be ta, Sigma Tau Delta

JAMES PRUL HUEY Auburn, Nebra ~ ka Scribblers. Y.M.C.A.

Biology -

jOSEPHINE KELLY fall s City. Nebraska- English C .C.A .. Alpha Erudito. Gammu Ch i, W.A.A.

PEARL H INES Barneston. Nebraska Industrial Arts-Y.M .C .A .. P Club. football. Track

CHARLES H INMAN Wymore. Nebra ska- Mathematics - Y.M .C .A.. Per usingers. Dance Band

VERA LOUISE HUff Oakland. Iowa- Commerce Sigma Chi

GRETCHEN E. KIBURZ Pi

ROBERT R. )AMES Elmwood, Nebraska - Biology Student Adv isory Council, Alpha Erudito. Beta Beta Be ta. Track

DeWitt. Nebraska-Early Elemenary-Early Elementary Club Band. Alpha Erudito DOROTHY LEONARD Blanchard, Iowa - Elem entary Y.W.C.A. , Alpha Erudito, Gamm":l Chi

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SO PHOMOR ES

MARGUERITE LI NK Waverly. Nebras ka - Early Elementary-Early Elementary Club. Y.W .C.A .. Gamma C hi

HELEN MA STIN

W ILMA MILLER

Auburn , Nebraska - Ea rly Elementary-Early Elementar y Clu b, Gamma C hi

Tecu mse h. Nebra:;!:a- El e m e ntary - Y.W.C.A . Band. Per u singers, Alpha Erudi to

GERALD LIVIN GSTON Nebraska City, Nebraska-Physical Education-Football, Track ECHO ELAINE LUM Verdon. Nebraska - El ementar yPer usingers. Alpha Erudi to. Gamma Chi MARGARET MANSFIELD Hamburg. Iowa-Early Elementar "{ -Early Elementary Club. G irls' Dorm Council. Gam ma Chi , WA A MrDGE MA SON Auburn . Nebraska-Early Elem"!n~ary-Early Elementar"{ Cluo Y W C A . Symphomum. Band. o~足 chestra. Alpha Erudite. Gamn-:a Cht

BETTY lEAN McARDLE

MAR!O RI E K. M O ORE

Salem, Nebraska- Music- Early Elem enta ry Club , Sy mphoniurn . Band, Perusingers. Alpha Erudi to. Gamma Chi

W eeping Wat er . Nebras ka - Elementar y- Y.W .C .A .. Alpha Erudite

ELMER f. NESPOR MELVIN McKENN EY Auburn. Nebraska- Music-Band. Orchestra, Dance Band , M en'.; Dorm C ouncil, Track

Lanham. Nebra ska - Pre-DentalC .C.A.. Alpha Erudito. Fo otball

IRENE NISPEL DOREEI ! MEIER DuB01 s, Nebraska-[ngii:;h-Gamma Chi. Sigma Tau De lta. W.A A

RICHARD E MEYER Fairbury. Nebraska Arts-YMCA

Ply mou th. N ebraska - H i s to ry Luth eran Club. Al ph a Er udi to, Beta Be ta Be ta . Gamma Chi

C L AU DE NORDBROCK Industr!Ol

Auburn, Nebras ka - CommercePi S1g ma Chi


SOPHOMORES

BOB OAKM AN Aub urn, Neb raska-Soc ial Science - C.P.T , Football, Track

VERONA O ETKEN Cook , Nebra ska - C omm erce Alpha Erudito. Pt Si9ma Chi

BETTY JO OFFERMAN Omaha, Nebraska - ElementaryY.W.C .A , Alpha Er udi te, Gamm ,-:~ Chi

DIC K PASCAL We ston , Ncbra,;ka - Mathematic::; - C .C A, Alpha [rudit o, P C l ub , Basketball

JAMES W. RAY Shel by, Nebraska - Phy sical Educa tion- Y.M.C.A., Football

ELDON REUTTER Sterling, Nebraska- Physical Science-Y.M .C.A.

HELEN RHODES Howe, Nebraska- Home Econom ics-Beta Beta Beta

RUTH ROBISON Pawnee City, Nebraska- El ementdry- Y.W .C.A ., Gamma Chi

PnTRlCIA ROCKWELL BESS RA Y Shelby, Nebra ska - Phy sical Education-Y W .C A .

Humbo ldt, Nebraska- Elementary - F.T .A., Early Elementary Club, C .C .A., Perusingers. Gamma Chi , Sigma Tau Delta

EVELYN RODGERS Peru, N ebr aska - For eign Language- Scribblers Club , Gamma Chi , Sigma Tau Delta

HELEN J ROGERS Per u, Nebraska Gamma Chi

Elementary -

ARTHUR RONHOVDE Eagle, Nebraska - Mathematicsp Club, Football, Basketball

WILMA RUSSELL Burchard, Nebraska - Early Elementary- Early Elementary Club , Learn -to-Dance Club, Y .W.C.A .

LORRAINE SAFRAN EK Wilber . Nebraska - ElementaryFT. A, Early El ementary Club, Erudite. Gamma Chi , Alpha W .A.A.

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S OP HOMO RES

BLANCHE SCHAEFER Talmage, Nebraska - [lcmcnlary - C C.A .. Gamma Chi

BETTE SCHNEIDER Panama, Nebraska - Early Elementary- Early Elementary Club, Y W.C.A., Alpha Erudite. Gamm:t C hi. Sigma Tau Del la

RUTH SOLLEDER

MRRY

Thurman , Io·na - [Jcmcntar'f Gamma Chi. W.A.A.

HAZEL SPICER

Hamburg, Iowa- Early Elementary - FT.R .. Y.W.C.A .. Gamma Chi

n.

Reynolds. Nebraska- Early Elementary- Early Elementary Club Girls" Dorm Council. Gamma Chi, W .R.R.

SHI RLEY SCHULDT Council Bluffs, Iowa - Early Elementary- Early Elementar y Clu o. Y W C n . !3and, Gamma Clu

JOCK Sl!!DER Wilber. Nebraska-Music-Band Orchestra. Perusing ers, M en Dorm Council. Football

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THOMnS

MARGUERITE TOWNSEND

Ames. Iowa- Early ElementaryEarly El emen tary Club, Y W C Gamma Chi. W .A.R.

JOYCE STARK ARDElTH SCRIMSHER

CLLF-: ~ 1

Nebras ka Cit y , Nebraska - Early Elementary- Ear I y Elementary Club. Y.W.C.R .. Gamma Chi

GENEVIEVE STEUTEVILLE l lebraska Cit y, Nebraska- English - Gamma Chi

GERRLDir IE V STONER Falls Cit y. Nebraska - Ph'f sical Science- Y WC A . Alpha Erudit e, Lambda Delta Lambda

Barnes ton. Nebraska- Elementar y - F.T A .. Y.W C.n .. Pcrusingcr.;, Gamma Chi

BILLIE DEAN UTERMOH LEN Verdon. Nebraska-Early Elementary-Early Elementary Club, Y.W.C A. Alpha Erudito CLARICE WAGNER Council Bluff s. Iowa-- Early Ele mentary- Ear l y Elementary Club, Y W CR .. Gam•na Chi, Pi Sigma Chi LOIS WAGONER Louisville. Nebraska - H ome Economics-Persona l i ty Club Sponsor. Y WCA. Gamma Chi. Kapp:t Omicron Phi


SOPHOMORES

DUANE W HITE

HELEN WYLIE

Superior. Nebra ska- Physical Educati on-P C lub. f oo tba ll. Basketball. Track

Sidney, Iowa-Eiementary- C .C .A .. Beta Beta Beta LOLA YATES

MARIAN WHITFIELD Ames. I owa- Rural- f.T.A.. c hes tra. Peru singers

Or-

Auburn. Nebraska- Music - Y.W . C .A .. Band. Orchestra. Peru singers MAE JANE YOUNG

GLEE WIEDE M AN Em erson. I owa-Early Eleme ntary - Ar t Club. Early Ele men tary C l ub. Y.W .C .A .. Gamma Chi

fairbury , Nebraska-ElementaryY.W C .A .. Gamma Chi. Sigma Tan Delta

CHRISTI N E L. W I LKINSON Auburn. Nebraska- Elementary Y. W .C .A. , International Relation s. Perusi ngers, Girl s' Dorm Counc:I. A lpha Erudite. 13eta Be ta Be ta. W .A.A .

Virgi e Lee retards gang 's 5:30 with th e cafe teria.

dot~

Caught 路 Hobbs and Doolit tl0 Where? De lzc, l l Hall lu ttngP Page

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F RESHMEN

Soonsor Grace Tear meets with fi~st semester class officers Wall y Cleaveland, Pres.; Shirley Jimerson. V. Pres; Alice Thom son, Sec.; and Earl Banks. Treos.

Freshies, 170 strong, and just as green. began swarming about on the campus to the b uzz of freshman tests, teas, parties. tours. Talent Night. and initiation "Button Freshie!" " Freshie Freshie!" paddlings, and Ka n garoo Court - and by Momecoming they w ere beginning to take on the appearance of full-fledged collegians. They elected class officers headed by Prexy Wally C leave-

Second semest e r office r s: Bill Gri d le y . Sec.; Wally Cl ea veland, Pre!:.; K e i th Albers, V. Pres.; and Nelson Shirnonek , Tr eas.

land, o rgani zed Freshmen clubs. and began taking an act ive part in o the r o rganizations on the campus to which th ey were eligible. By the beginn ing of the second semes ter . the tinge of green was disappearing. and by the end of the same semester. these underclassmen were assuming the respon sibi li ties of p rospective Sophomores.

F'rosh parties- friends, iun, and food.

Prexy V/ally flre ,a de~ at frc;h c la ..:.J m ee t1 ng

?a;c Forty

SiX


FRESHMEN CARRIE ELLEN AD AMSON Tabor, Iowa-Gamma Ch1

KEITH ALBERS Tecumse h. Nehro.; l:o Dance Club, Y M C A

BETTY LOU BERGER

MARJORIE W. BAKER Sab<..tha. Kansas-Learn-to-Dance Club. Gamma Chi

WAVETA BAKER Learn - to-

ALBERT ALLEN Nemaha. Nebrod:a-r oo tbol l

RITA ANN BERLETT

Caldwell, Idaho - Early Eleme:1tary Club. Y W CA . Gamma Chi

Plattsmouth. Nebraska-Early Elementary Club. C .C .A .. Band, Gamma Chi

VIRGINIA BALLARD Beatrice. Nebraska - Personality Club. Learn- to-Do nee Club, Y.W. CA. Peru sinqers. Gamma Chi

DOROTHY APPLEGATe Union. Nebrod:a- Gornmo Chi

Nebraska City, Nebraska - Y.W . C.A., Symphonium. Band. Girl s' Dorm Council, Gamma Chi .

Learn-to-Dan ce

DOROTHY BRIANT

EARL BANKS Auburn. Track

MAX BOYD Percival, Iowa Club, Band

Nebraska -

Football.

Odell, Nebraska-Peru Players. Y.W.C.A. Alpha Erudite, Gamm路: I Chi

JANIS BRKF.R Dunbar. Hebra :.l:o- Rr t Club, Ske tch Club. Band. Alpha Eru ui to. Gamma Chi. Tenni s

MARY ELLEN BRRKLEY Papillion. Nebraska - Learn - toDonee Club. Y .W C .A .. W.A.A.

MARJORIE BROWN Hamburg, Iowa-Art Club, Learnto-Dance Club. Gamma Chi

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FR ESHM EN

CLARICE C HRISTENSEN Harlan. Io wa

Y W C A

ELLE l i C H R I STE!ISCt I Union. ll e bra ~; ka -Gamma Chi

Kangaroo court not just a threat-unruly freshies do a li ttle " feet first" business.

WALLACC fl . CLCAVCLAN D

ROBERTA BURROWS Adams. Nebraska-Early Elementary Club. Peru Players, Learn to-Dance Club, Y.W .C A .. Gamma Chi M ARGARET BRYAN

LORENE COATN E Y

Haigler, Nebraska - Personali ty Club. Alpha Erudite, W .A.A.

LO UISE BURGESS Talmage. Nebraska Dance Club, W .A.A.

,_

Nebra ska - Dance Band. Peru. P<:: ru s i ngers. Orch e~; tra. Band. Syrnph oniu111

DONALD C. CACEK Odel l, Nebraska- Peru Y.M .C.A .. Band

Pl ayer,;,

Peru. Nebras ka- Pe ru Y.W C .A .. Pc ru sing e r s, Chi

Players. Gamma

PATRICIA lONE CARMINE Learn-to-

Falls City, Nebraska- Personalit -1 Club, Y.W.C.A.. Band. O rches tro

MASON E. CO LBERT. JR Nebra s ka Ci ty, N e bras ka-Bo nd


FRESHMEN BETTY DEE COLLIN

VIOLA M . CUDNEY

Peru. Nc:brw:ka

Salem. Nebraska-Y.W .C .n .. Peru,;i ngcrs. Gornmo Chi

JOSEPHINE J C ONR A DI Unadilla. N ·bro::ka Learn . to Dance Club. Luth.·rurl Cht h, Y.W .C.A .

DuBoir;, 1-.Jebraska P •r::o na lity Club. f.\ lpha [rudtto. Gattttna Clti

LaVERGNE COWELL Rubu rn, Nebro:d:a Pefll Player.:. Learn -to-Da nce Clu b. Scribl.Jier:: Clu b. Stude nt Arlv i :;ory Cou ncil

RUBY ANN CROU SE

i.

LOIS FINNELL

ILR DCLL Beatrice. Nebraska Lear n - toDance Club. Y W .C .A.

Gam -

Hambmg. ma Chi

Iowa-Y.W.C.A ..

Syrac w;e, Nebra ska - Peru Pla y· c r.;, Gatnrn o Chi. Pi Sigma Chi

Dawson, Nebrosko- CamNO Club, Y.M .C .A.

!1 . VICTO R EV ANS St ella. Nebraska - Learn -to-Dance Club. Bond. Perusing ers, Men's Dorm Council

LUCI LLE FRANTZ

MILDRED !. FEHR

I-IILDn A. FREESE

Oak lo ncl. Io wa- Peru 13cmd. Alpha Erudito

Gam·

liOMER FISHWOOD

Pl! YLLI S A DeLONG

CRROL MA E COPCNl i nVr:fl

Hornbu rg. Iowa Y .W C .n. ma Ch i . Pi Sign ta Chi

M

NOELINE FICKE · Palmy ra, Nebraska- Y.W.C.A.

Player.:;,

Bea trice. Nebraska Gamma Chi

Y. W . C. A .

Pl ymouth. Nebraska - Learn-toDance Club, Lutheran Club

! I

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FR E SHMEN

CTHEL E. GROSS Burr. N ebra :; Y.a- Early [ l P. m e nt a ry Club. Carnm c• Chi

11 1-!LCIJE B. GROVES

Upperclassmen e n force law: " T hou shalt buy green cap.>

lla rlan. Io wa- Perso nality Y W C .A. Gan1111 a Chi

Clu b .

JiORMA JUNE GESS Syracuse. NebrasY.a - Lea rn-to Dance Club, Lu th eran Cl11 b, Y WCR DOROTHY JUNE FREHSE Falls C ity, Nebraska-Personali ty Club, Y.W .C.A .. Orchestra, Perusingers

Spri nglit;ld , Nebra:; Y.a - Learn - toDa nce C l ub. Alph a Erudit e. Galll · ma Chi. p, Sigma Chi

JEAN GRAVES C ouncil Bluffs. Iowa- Peru Play ers. Learn-to-Dance C lub, Gamm a C hi

VIOLET GEBHARD Verdon. Nebraska-Peru Players, Learn-to- Dance Clu b, Lutheran Club, Y .W .C A .. Alpha Erudite, PiSigma Chi

~U DO RA ANN E HAGAN

VALO I S HALL Fairb ur y , N ebra ska- Pe ru Play er s, L earn -to-Dance Clu b. Alph a Eru dltO, Ga111111a Clli

BILL GRIDLE Y H umboldt, Nebra ska - Peru Play ers. Learn- to-Dance Cl ub. Trocf. . Tennis

BOY D R. HAN D LE Y Nemaha. N ebra ska


FRESHMEN )E RN HA NDLEY

M ARY SHIRLEY JIM ERSON

N emaha , Nebra ska - Peru Pl a ye r ~;. Learn -to-Dance C lub, Band. Orchef:tra. Al pha F.rudi to, G cun rna Chi. W. R R.

Peru , Neb raska- Peru Player:;, Ban d. Orches tra, P F. ru s ing e r~. f1 1pha Erudite

Auburn. Nebra ska - Early El emen tary C lub, Per :>onality C l ub

Libert y, Nebraska Learn- to 路 Dance C lub, Foo tba ll, Basketball !! RO M! A. )U ILFS

HELEH HA YS C ook, N ebra s ka - Learn-to-Dance C l ub, Al pha Erudite. Gamma C hi

Burr , Nebra :; ka - Learn -to Dance Cl ub. Lut hdan Cl u b. Peru :;ing er-;. JO H N KE AN V erdon, Nebra ska -- Learn- to路 Dance C lub

VE RA HI N MA N Council Bluf f:;, Io wa - Lea rn -toDa nce C lub, Y W C R., Gamll!a Chi

IICLCN )ENSOJ Av oca, I owa

W .R R.

Peru. Nebraska- Gamma Chi

LEO NORE L ARSON 1.. DE AN )ONES

ESTH EH )CANE HA YES

RU TH KENNED Y

Peru , Nebra ska - Peru Player:;, Band, Orches tra, Per usi nger::;, Gamma Chi

DI XWE LL A. LATHRO P Inland, N ebra ska- Learn- to-Dance Club. Y.M .C A., Footba ll, Track

GERA LDINE LUDVIK David C i ty, Nebraska- C .C .A .. Gamma Chi, A lpha Erudi to

BCTTY M AR SH KEN N EDY Brownv i ll e. Nebra ska - Personalit y Clu b , Y.W .C .A .. Band. Orch e:-; tra. Gamma Ch i . Pi Pernsing ers, Si gma C hi

llr.LDA L YNC I! Tc:cu 1nseh. N ebra ska - L earn- toDa nce Club. Scri bbl ers C lu b , Y W C. A ., Gamma C h i

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Fifty -one


FR ESH MEN

MARY LO UISE MRNNSCHRECK Syracuse, Nebraska - Early Elememary Club, Peru Play er..;, ~ Alpha Erudito, Gamma Chi

DORIS MAE METZ Nebraska City, Nebraska - Y.W . C.R., Gamma Chi

MABEL L. NEWTOI'! M o und City, M issouri - Earl y Elementary Club, Y .W.C .A., G i rl:>' Dorm Council, Gamm a Chi

LUCILLE MILLER DONN A LEE MARSHALL Nebraska City, Nebraska - Earl y Elemen tary Club, Perusingers WA LTER D. MARSHALL Beaver Ci ty, Nebraska-Learn- toDance Club, Y .M.C.R. , Band. Orches tra, Perusing ers, Studen t Advi sory Council, M en's Dorm Council

Gene va, Nebraska - Early El ementary Club, Y.W .C .R . Gamma Chi

KEITH O'BRIEN Lo u i sv il le. Nebrw; ka - Lear n - toDance C l ub, Y M .C A ., foo tball

RICHARD E. MONROE Burchard, Nebraska- Peru ers, Learn-to-Dance Club. C R.. Alpha Erudito

ROBERT O 'DELL Mc Paul , Iowa C lub, Y.M .C .A .

Learn - to - Dance

MARjORIE HELEN MOORE THELMA MAYFIELD Tecum seh, Nebraska CamPra Club, Perusi ng ers. Gamma Chi

Gf.NEV ICVE G Ailar.uc,

Chll •.

Paqe Fifty-two

low er W A fl

M cf R DDC I~

Br ow nville, Nebraska- Personalit y Club, Lea r :-~ - t o- Dance Club, Gam rna Chi

W ILUAM I. O TTER SBERG joh nso n. N e bra:;ka

MON A ANN MULDER Panama, Nebraska - Learn - to · Dance Club. Al pha Crudit o

IERNNE PR TTCR:,ON Thwrnun , Io w a


FRESHMEN

HELCN BETTY PRUITT El mo. Mi::;souri - Perr;ona l i ty Club. Learn -to-Dance Cl ub, Y.W.C.A ., Gamma C hi

BELVA j . SCOTT

WAYNC SA YER Nemaha. Nebraska

Pawnee City, t.J c b ra ska- Learn-toDance C l ub, Peru :;inger:;, Gamma Chi

HILDA SCHACHT JANET REAGRII

Cook, Nebraska- Learn-to-Dance C l ub Gamma Chi

Humbold t, Nehra:; ka - Peru Pla yer:;, Learn- to-Dance C l ub

BETTY E. SC RRS Brock, Nebraska Per::;onaht y Club, Gamma Chi, Pi Sigma Ch i

MARY LOUI SE SCISCO BETTE RILEY Daw son. Nebraska - Ear l y El emen tary Club. C .C .n .. Peru:;i ng er s, Gamma Chi

Burchard, Nebraska Dance Club

Learn- toFea s t in W eber- Mannschrcck r es idence m ean s food , fun , and "after- fea s t" praises of men, men , and more men .

KENNETH ROHRS Auburn.

Nebraska- Band, Tennis

RDELENE E. RUZICKA Pa wnee Ci ty , Nebraska- Learn- toDance Club, Pe ru singers

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FRES HM EN

NELSON

J.

SHIMONEK

Wilber, Nebraska-Learn-to-Dance Club. Y.M.C.A. , Band, Orchestra. Perusingers

VELMA STEPANEK DuBois, Nebraska-Learn-to- Dance Cl ub

ARTHUR R TAN NER VIVIANNE SIMS Western, Nebraska-Peru Player:;, Learn -to-Dance Club, Gommfl Chi, W .A .A.

Peru. Nebraska

ILENE THILTGES Rulo, Nebraska-Earl y Elementary Club, Learn -to-Dance Club, C .C.H

DEAN SMITH P ~ru,

11LICE THO MSON

A!"hl and , N0hra:d:o Psr:;onahty Club Learn-t o-Dane~"' Cluh. Bond

Peru, Nebraska - Learn-to-Dance Club. YWCA . Per u:;i nger:;, Alpha Crud1to

P~ru

I-J ebrar; ka- Band. Orchestrâ&#x20AC;˘1

ARLENE WALKER Bl ue Springs. Nebras ka --L earn - toDa nce Cl ub, Alpha Erudito l O L A WALL Unadilla, N e bra ska

Cook , Nebraska-Ear l y Elem e ntary Club. Peru Players . L earn - toDance Clu b. Pc ru sing c rs. Gamma Ch t DCNtllS WEHRMAIIN

IIOR MA VOHS DOIINA STEFFEN

Wilber, Nebra ska- Learn-to-Dance Club. Scribblers Club. Gamma Chi

LUCILLE WEBER

Nebraska- Football

SHIRLCY I SOH!.

LY DIA VOSIC KY

Burr, Nebraska - Learn -to-Donee C lur Al pha Erudite. Gamma Chi

Wabash. Nebraska - L earn - toDan ce Cl ub. Scribbler s Clu b. Y M .C .A . Int ernat i onal Re lat i on ,, Perus1rg ers. A l pha Erudit o


FRESHMEN

MARJORIE ANN W EILER Dunbar, Nebraska- Band , l:la Chi. Pi Sigma Chi

f~ nnn

DO RI S L. WIRTHELE Gam-

Burr, Nebraska-Learn - to- Dance Club

BILLY M. WOODS Eme~ son. Iowa - P~ru Player.". Learn-to-Dance Club, Y.M .C.A., International Relations. Alpha Er uchto, Pi Sigma Chi

WIC D Lfl

Northboro. Io wa - Learn - to-Dance C lub, Y.W .C .A .. Gamma Chi

flUTH JUNE WITTF. Neb ra ska City, N ebras ka- Learnto-Dance C l ub, Y.W .C .A., Gamma Chi

LOIS MARIE ZWIEBEL Papill ion, Nebraska - Personality Cl ub. Lea rn- to-Dance C lub, Y .W . C .A., Alpha Erudito, W.A.A.

BLAIR G. WILLIAMS Stella. N ebras ka- Learn- to-Dance Club, Band, Pcr usi ngero, One room, lots "enuf f" to eat. EDITH MAXINE WILLIAMS Endicot t, Nebras ka- Peru Play er:-:, Learn-to-Dance Club, Alpha Erudite, Gamma Chi

ol

peopl e ,

and


TRAINING

SCHOOL The Training School- the home of the young and the ban o f the free. 'Tis here that studen ts become s tudent teach ers and several hundred pupils become "student taught." This year P.T.H .S. can rightfully boast of i ts organizations and its activities. Bobkittens whispered "Victory" wherever they went and won honors in both football and basketball; th e Band " did themselves p ro ud" in their "purple and gold "; chorusers presented an impressi ve Easler can ta ta; students spon sored super-success fu l high school dances; Juniors as well as Seniors turned " Mickey Rooneys" a nd "Judy Garlands" ; and all in all it w as a year of fun for everybody and everybody for fun.

Student teacher and some " would-be" biologi s ts.

Pogo r ,fty-sovon


SENIORS

Pna... Fdty-cq ht

WARD ADA M S

lACK CE[KA

FLORENCE GOCKLEY

CLYDE HUNZEKER

BONN IE ARMSTRONG

ARTHUR CLEMENTS

LAWRENCE GOOD

BONNIE KOEPPEL

VION A AUSTRUM

MARIAN DECK

GUY GRAFTON

HERBERT N INCEHELSER

MARY BASCOM

GRANT DeVORE

C HARLES HENNING

WILLARD REDFEm l

13013 BROWN

MILDRED ESCHEN

PATTY HILL

VERNA ROGERS


SENIORS

BEULRH SPOOR

JO Y WEDDLE

VIRG INIA STEPAN

JACK W HISLER

ROB ERT WALKER

JACK W H ITFIELD

WILM A R.

llOBERTA WR IG HT

WA LKER

HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS FIRST ROW : Florence ley,

Laurine

l a ne

Good,

Gock-

Clayburn, Kathl een

Ina Whit-

fi eld, Bi llie j ean M i ll er, Kathlyn Benford. Nancy Steck. SECOND ROW: Ellen Thomson, Bonnie Koeppel. Roberta Wright, Phyllis Brin son. Marian Deck, Donna Edmondson. Esther Bertwe ll. Patty Hil l. T llfRD eron.

ROW : Grant

Stanley

Cam-

DeVore.

Jack

Ce j ka. Paul Ogg, Bob Brown, Gordon

Palmer.

John

Lewis.

Donald Lavigne. Mark Collins

PCJaC

rtlt y

Jllnr


JUNIORS

ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW

I: Louise Walker, Lester Tanner. Harol d Knople, Fern Kizer. II: Betty Algood, Wava Whisler, Dorothy Stepan, Gordon Pal mer. Bob A n derson. III: Pa u l Ogg, Esther Merritt, Rosella Merritt, H elen M. Fr eeman. Kath l yn Benford. IV: Vern- Cotton, Shirley Rodgers, Marvin Brown, C l arice Fla u. Dale Blankenship . V : Betty Stepan, Norma j. Parriott, Eldon Nincehelser. Wayne Cotton. Ph yl li s Brin:;on .

SOPHOMORES

ROW !: Dorothy Fike, Helen Wright, Ruth Eschen , Betty Adams, Norma Barton, I rene Major s. ROW II: Sam Anderson, Marjorie Rogers, Henry Sherman. j unior H e lms. S tanley Cameron . Dorothy Vosburg. ROW III: Floyd Hays, Ma:< Mathew s. Donald Lavigne, Gerald Clayburn , Oscar Ada ms, Mary jane Comstock. ROW IV: Thelma Sayers , Alberta Meyer s. Esther Bertwell. Stacy Applegate. M ark Collin , Elle n Thom son .


NINTH ROW 1: Mary Tishner. Bill Edmondson, John Stra w . I rl Johnson . Jack Long fell o w , Clay Kennedy. ROW II : Gertrude W alker. Barbara Burgess. Au drey Scars. Al ben Alq ood, Leland Blankenshi p, Ju nior Clary. ROW I ll · Josephine Reeves . Lounne C l aybu rn . Nanc y Steck . Ma rron Hayes . Rrchard G ood. RO W IV Jac k M ax w ell, James Dougla s, Kathlee n Nrnc ehelser. Donaldee n Parne ll. ROW V : James A n de rson . Donna Edmondson. Verna D rxon. Boyd Pal mnr. Dar ~nn llamel ROW VI · M ar y Ailee Cope. l.vc lyn Stepa n , [d na fllq ood. Bobby rrk e, Ka rl Oqg

EIGHTH ROW I · Phyllis Owings, Ka th leen Whitfie ld. Virginia flau , Betty Vance. ROW II : Eldon Algood , Ire ne Filmer . Alice Simpson , Evalee W h isl er, Joyce Goings. ROW I l l : Ina Jane Good, Billie M rll er, L awrence M e y ers , Jean Bob Ma jors. ROW IV: Re x Coatne y , Sam Bra nfo rd, John Clements , Dale Vanderford . Bill Sayers.

SEVENTH ROW 1: Paul Clark M axwell , Ethel Walker . Darryl Brown, June Flau .

II : O scar Coo h ill , Doris RO W Gockley, Ph yllis Cowe l l , Carroll Palmer.

RO W Il l · Roland Sherman , Barbara Kizer, ll i lary Brncilorci, Hobe n Vosberq.

ROW I V · Lo uis Steck , Laurine Pal mer. Ondr £> Cdmondoon . D ean Odoms.

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May these fol!owmg puqes o f the

1942

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SL'ch liines as these

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ALPHA ERUDITO

Buhrmann Clements, D Beal C lements, L Howe Acord Ashton Baker, J Bo nd

s

Pa g , Sixty路拢1X

Bouse Bretthorst Briant Christiancy Clayburn Copenhaver Dahlke Dressler Fehr

Goodridge Hagan Hall, V. Handley, J. Havel Hays, H. Hurlburt Jimerson , M . S. Jimerson , M .

Johnson , V.L Kane! Kiburz Kingsolver Leonard Ludvik Lum Lynch Mannschreck

M ason M c A rd le M eier M ill e r. B. M onroe M oor e, M . K M ue n chau Nespor Nispel, I.

Oakley Oetken Offerman Rile y Sa franek Sand for t Schneider Sti ers Stoner

Teachma n Utermahle n V ohs Weh r man n Wi lki n son Wil l ey W il l iams, E. W oods Zoste r a Z w ie b e l


ALPHA MU OMEGA

FI RST ROW: Pres. Wayne Buhrmann, Maurice Anderson, Prof. C . A . H uck, Pro f. P. C. Sweetland. SECOND RO W : H e rbert Knut so n , Barba ra Beal, Ed ith Willey, Luci le Sandfort. THIRD ROW: Haro ld Da l lam, Dea n Slagle, C a rl Wirth , Vincent Dreeszen.

Mathematicians met mon thly for the purpose o f sharing and discussing ideas on developments and method s in the fie ld o f their main interest- mathematics. Those e l ected to guide these "know ledgeseekers" wer e Wayne Buhrmann, President; Maurice Anderson , Vice President;

Bo b McRlexande r, Secretary-Treasurer; :md Professor Paul Sweetland, Sponsor. Rlpha Mu Omeg a meetings were bo th educational a n d recr eational, consisting of discussions, contes ts, and refreshments.

BETA BETA BETA

FIRST ROW: Pr of. T . 0 . Odlaug, SECOND ROW: H ele n Rhodes, Schreiner, Vince nt D reeszen , Bob TH I RD ROW : Virgi e Lee john so n ,

jean Hoagland, Pres. George Atwood , Reub e n Fande r s. Christi ne W i lkin son, )ame s H o w e , Bo b )am zs, Gilbert Morris. I rene Ni spe l. W ayne Park s, T ed Stra sbu r g , Bob Gre fe.

R yen for things bugo logical and high schol as tic achievementi are necessary fo r membersh i p in Peru's one international frat ernity - Tri Beta . Officers i n cluded George A twood, Presi dent; Reuben Fenders, Vice President; Jean H o ag land, Secretary . The fra te rnity i s

spon sored by Dr. O dlaug. Ins tructive and recreat ional meetings were held regu larly mid the atmosph ere o f ske letons and p ickled specimens in the biology l a b . Major even ts included a fo rma l banquet a nd a steak fry . Page

Si x t y ff'Ve n


CIVILIAN PILOT TRAINING

C .P.T. class: Rachow, Reuller. Linder, Professor Sweetland, Star!:, Tynon, Hays, Hector. Oa l:man, ! l orton.

The Civil ian Pilot Training course was firs t offered a t Peru in th e summer of 1940. Five g roups of student pi lots have received ins truct ion since that time. Of the young men who have comple ted th2 course, eighty per cen t are e ither in th ~ Army or Naval Air Corps o r fl ying for the Canadian Air Service. Those receiving traini ng in the sprin g 1942 uni t are schedu l ed to become members either of the Army or Naval Air Corps a t the completion of their work and when eligible fo r military duty. The presen t r equi remen ts a r e the abil ity to pass a rigid physical examination and sophomore s tanding in College.

C. P. T. laboratory.

The ground instruction consists of '12 hours o f class- room work in Meteorol ogy, Navigation, Civil Air Regula tions. and General Service of Aircraft. Th i s is taught as a college c ourse in th e Science De. partment. o f w hich Dr. Winter is th e head. and Professor Swee tland the ground school instructor. Flight instruction consists of 35 to 40 hours of dual and solo flying. For the first two units. this instruction was given by Frank Bringham and Jo hn Merr is of the Bringham Flying Service, Auburn, Nebraska. S ince that time the Per u Flyin g Service has been th e fl ight contractor, and the instruct ing has been done by Melvin L. Powell and M . R. Kenwoo d , at the Peru Mumcipal Airport.

"Slim " and Powe!l " Keep 'Em Fly i ng !路路


I

DRAMATIC CLUB Dramatic Club performances hi t a new h i gh when, on October 11, Peru's "Ida Lupines" and " Louis Haywards" p resen ted " Ladies in Retirement" to Homecomers . T wo I a t e r productions, " B r i e f Music," given December 11 , a nd which was defini tely fem inine, and the thrilling, spine-shiver ing "The Lady Who Came to Stay," given April 24, main tained th is same high note. Under the guidance of President Harold Dallam, Vice President Nina Kane!. Secretary-Treasurer Hel en Jean Saville, Point Recorder Audrey Zostera and Sponsor R. D. Moore, the 1941-42 Peru Dramatic C lub acted as host to the State Dramatic Club Contes t, February 21, initia ted twenty eligibles a t a buffet supper and informal stunt hour, a nd revised and adopted a constitutio n as added new activities.

He le n Savi ll e , Sec. -Trea s.; Prof. RD. M oore , Sponsor ; N i na K a n e !, V . Pres.; and Harold Da lla m. Pres., guided 194 1- 1942 "Dramatic-Club goers."

Peru fern s take over i n " Brie f Mu:. ic" -no men needed.

" Ladies i n Reti re m ent" starring B. Fulton, Fogle , Carter, Thom son . p lw ; o thers. sco r es big hi t a t Homecom ing .


DORMITORY GIRLS'

DORM Successful e ngineering o f the fa ll H awaiian I o r m a I and spring "Kerry Da n ce" was ef fect e d by g irls' dorm councilors u nde r the g uidance o f Ferne Peterson . The candle! i g h t ins tallation of member s was fol l owed later in the s eason by t he in i tiation of dorm lreshies, the outlawing o f the proctor system, and the campusing of late-comers. Dean Dunr.i ng. Pres. Peterson. M a n sfield, Beezley, Beal, Muenchau. 'Willey, Oakley, Mrs. Marsh, W ilkin son, Rose. FRONT ROW : Berger , Stark, Horton. Cole, Newton .

M a xw el l.

SOCIAL COMMITTEE Fr eddi e

Drex le r

Hope Carter Bill

Fankh a u ser

Be tt y M i ll er G race

Mu e nch a u

Clair Ca ll an ( not s h o wn)

by

fi rst activity, the Fall Mixer, set dan cers

p rovided

in motion, a nd con tinuing through b o th

dances usually for victory , seldom for

semesters, a n open date mean t a dance.

The

Social

Chairman

Bill

C ommittee

headed

Fankhauser ,

defeat, a nd a l ways with good music. The

Pogo Sevon1y


COUNCILS MEN'S DORM At the beginning of the year the Men's Dor m Counci l put i tse l f on record as opposed to " floats" i n the various r ooms, undue exube ra nce on the part of dorm dwe llers, and prom iscu ous smokin g. However a sort of Lai ssez-Fa ire policy assured success to the counci l- w i th th e boys at least. V i ncent Dreeszen presi d ed at th e m eetings w hile Fre d d i e Drex l er acted as secre tary.

Pres . Dr ce:szen , Sehnert. Snider. M cKenney. Callan, D. Dean. Sandin, Fenders . Marsha ll. Dr exler. Atwood. W. H andley.

STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL

Mr. E . H . H ayward. Virgi e Lee Jo hnson. LaVergne Cowel l. Elai ne Br i er. Wal t er Marshal l. Tod H ubbcl. Bob ]ames. Tom Dean . Joan Good ( n ot sh o wn).

Serving their constituents, th e "good Brownies" of the Student Advi sory Council planned for Peru 's pleasure the H omecoming e v ents in the fall a nd the fe ting of May i n the spring . T hey skipped to the tu n e of head -Brownie, Thomas

Dean; sub-head , Tod Hubbell; scribetreasurer Virgie Lee John son; and sageBrovrnie, Mr. E . H . Hayward Th e purchase of a public address system for college functions was one of th eir g reat es t deeds. Page Seven ty o n e


EPSILON PI TAU

FIRST ROW: Pres. Maurice Linder, T. Dean. Young, McNally, B. Smith. Prof. E. ). Rowso n. SECOND ROW: Fruehling. C. Rowson, Strauss. C. Smith. Prof. A. V. Lorso n .

Epsilon Pi Tau, the national honoraryp rofessional organization operating in the field of industrial arts education and vocational education. was governed by President Maurice Linder, Vice President

Bob Smith, and Secretary- Treasurer Ernest Rawson. Membership in Eta chapter is limited to those high scholast ic raters who have a special interest in industrial arts.

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA

Dr. B. K. Boker Rockwe ll

Alberts Safranek

Brier Scrims her

Carmine Town

Future Teachers of America elected the follow ing officers: Marjorie Wischmeier, President; Ardis Carmine, Vice President; Patricia Rockwell, Secretary; Audrey Zostera , Treasurer; and Dr. B. K. Baker, Sponsor. This organization abides by these purposes: To interest young Page Seventy-two

Fried ly Whi tfie ld

Hov el Wischmeier

Leigh Zostera

men and women in education as a life career; to acquaint student teachers with the history and e thics of teaching as a profession; to encourage careful selection of teachers; and to seek to bring teacher supply and demand into a reasonable balance.


F RESHMEN CLUBS LEARN- TO- DANCE Those desirous of "learning to trip the light fantas tic" e lected as officers of Learn-to-Dance Club. Presi dent Nelson Shim onek , Vice Presid ent Janet Reagan. and Secr e tary - Treasurer Lucille Weber. These Freshies rec eived ins tr u ction from head- man-sponsor Broers, and faculty spon sor Flor ence Martin.

PERU PLAYERS Peru Players- the organization which ferrets out baby John Barrymores and Irene Dunnes a nd grooms them for future college productions. Faculty sponsor Robert D. Moor e, stu d e nt spon sors Audrey Zostera and E llen King, and offic ers: Prexy Val Hall , V. Pres. Larson , Sect. Jimerson, and T reas. Cacek directed Freshies in skits and more skits.

SCRIBBLERS Mrs. Baker , one of Peru's p rofessional writers, leads thi s grou p o f Freshmen inspiring after the fame of authorship. Officers were: Nel da L ynch, President; LaVergne Cowell, Vice Pr esident; Dennis Wehrmann, Treasu r e r ; L ydi a Vosicky, Secretar y; and s tudent sponsor Rogenc Rose.

Freshi e:; post Fros h clubs.

a n nouncements

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Learn-to-dancers, Peru p layers, and Scribblers take noti ce of Fre shman Bulletin board for Thursday night meetings.

PERSONALITY Under the guiding hands of Miss Brackney and Loi s Wagoner, faculty and s tudent advisors, member s of this organization l earned what to wear when, and what to say when. They elected Betty Kennedy, Presiden t; Marjorie Moore, Vice President; and Margaret Bryan, Secretary-Treasurer.

SKETCH for those freshies who like the feel of charcoal on their hands and the fee l of a paint brush between their fingers, Sketch Club was organized. These "would-be" a r tists had for upperclass sponsors Joan Good and Mary S tevenson.

CAMERA Camera fans, u nder the veteran guidance of upperclassman Dick Clements and faculty sponsor E. H . Hayward, pulled the trigger on campus scenes, friends , and instructors. Curi ous Freshies learned the whats a nd whys about shooting, developing films, and printing pictures.

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GAMMA

Gamma Chi " Co unci lors": Pres ident Doreen M eier, Margaret Mansfieid, Shirley Sch uld t, Vivi an Fogle , B-=tty Miller, Althea Nispel , Dean !nice Dunning , Josephine Kelly.

Faculty dames and facu l ty w o men, guests o f Gam ma Chi girl s, sip tea i n El iza M organ parlor.

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Gamma Chi, the al l girls club on the campus, started the yea r of 194 l42 with enth usiasm p l u s and membership str ong under the guidance of Dean Inice Dunnin g and Prexy Doreen Meier . Gamma Chiers mad e themse l ves heard and k n own by thei r numerous ac ti vities. T h ei r mon thly soc ial meetings. themes o f which were 路 in celebration of a holiday of the month, were u n ique indeed. The Football Din ner-Dance given i n N o vember i n honor of the Bobcat Champs was a new doing of the ferns . The C hri stmas Tea and the February costume pa rty were o ther attractions of the year, the cos tume party resulting in a


CHI 75th Anniversary Ball. Pri ze winners for the bes t costumes (some of t he dresses having been worn on Peru's campus over a half-cen tury agol) were Martha Wittwer, Letha Gardner, Loren e Coat ney, Betty Pruitt, Barb a r a Dressler , Margaret Mansfield , and Dor een Meier. Girls in need of small shor t - ti me loans fi nd Gamma Ch i 's studentloan fund just th e thing for those "pop -up" emergencies. Others at the Gamma Chi helm were Vice President Shi rle y Schuldt , Secretary-Treasurer Mar garet Mansfield, a n d council members Betty Miller, Althea N ispel, Vivian Fog le, and josephine Kelly.

Ser ving at the attract i ve l ea tabl e are Margare t Man sfield, Vivian Fogle, and Katherine Leigh.

Modern d esign fade s i nto the background

at

the

annual

costu m e

part y, february 14- this year a 75th Anniversary Ball. Wittw er, Gardn er , Pruitt , Coatney, Dressler, Meier, and Mansf ield walk o f f with prizes for old est and best costumes.

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ROW I: Wehrmann W i lkin son Hu bbe l C ole Dr. Brown ROW II: Wood s Kan e I S ti ers Ha vel Ni s pel. I. Briley Leonard ROW I l l : H all. M . Sehnert Harding Dr. Thorson Freuhling Oetken johnson, V . L.

To zip open the notebook of world affai rs for the observance and discussion by International Relations Club members, Betty Cole, Tod Hubbell, Christine Wilkinson, and Dennis Wehrmann were elected as representatives of their respective classes, and Dr. C. M. Brown served as sponsor.

Among o ther things from their n o te b ook, the delvers found material fo r a panel discussion on Iceland's connections wi th the war, and a book rev iew "!acting" about Mussolini, entitled " The Boo t and the S p ur," p resen te d by Mrs. ). W. Tyler.

LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA ROW 1: Buhrrnann Wirth, Pres. Stoner Nispel , f-1 . Hunzeke r

ROW II: jackson Prof. Sharp Dallarn Dreeszen

The role of the chemist and physicist in a warring world was discussed by the members of the physical science fraternity, Lambda Delta Lambda. Efficient leadership was provided for in the perPage Scvcnly路:;Jx

sons of President Carl Wirth, Vice President Maurice Anderson, Secretary Haro ld Dallam, a n d Treasu rer Richard King solver with the assistance of sponsors Clinton Sharp and Paul Sweetland.


KAPPA OMICRON PHI With Mary Horton as President, and Miss Edna W ea re as Sponsor, Kappa Omicron Phi had a very successful year o f fun and knowl edge. For the year's study, the home ec group chose furniture, along which line many interesting report s were given. Other activities included the sponsoring of a George Washington Silver Tea, which featured a 40-egg cake. a field trip to Omaha. and a trip to the National Conclave meeting at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Many dinners were served by the fraterni ty to faculty groups and campus organizations . Assis ting the President were Althea Nispel. Vice President; Monna Lee More lock, Secretary; Betty Cole, Treasurer; and H elen Jean Saville, Distaff Repor ter.

Kappa Phi officers: Edna W e are, Sponsor; Althea Ni s pel, V. Pres .; Mary Horton, Pre s.; M enna Morelock, Sec.; Betty Cole. Treas. Betty Miller. Lo i s Wagone r, Vado Gubser, Ferne Pe terson, Ardis . Carmine, and Mary jensen anti ci pat e the year's project.

Ardis Carmin e , Althea Ni spel , and Josephine Boosinger serve at the annual George Washington Tea.

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KAPPA DELTA PI

Kappa Delta Pi o rganizer s and lead-ers: Herbert Knutson. Treas ; Edith Willey, Pres.; Virginia King, Sec.; Nancy )ones, V. Pres.; Dr . P. A. Maxwell, Sponsor.

Bou se. T . D ean, and Muenchau l e a d Kad elpian s in panel di scuss i on o f " C e ntral i zation o f Educati o n "

Kadelpians participated in a full year of activities from initiation in October to the picnic in May.

Other programs containi n g a d ash of local color were: .A. rev i ew by Mrs. ] . .A.. Jimerson of her " The S tory of Peru," a panel discussion of "Centralization of Education, " Prexy W illey's repo rt of the Nati onal Conven ti on at San Francisco, s tuden t reports, May picnic for prospec tive Kadelpians, and the Inter-Fraternity banquet sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi. Fraterni ty chiefs were: Presid e n t Ed i th Willey, Vice President Nancy Ellen Jones, Secretary Virginia King, Treasurer Herbert Knutson, Histor ian Grace Muencha u , and Sponsor Dr. P. A.. Maxwell.

Some of their doings included the initiation of new members in October and A.pril, and a review by Ernest Brad of "The Nebraska University Workshop." Superintendent M. C. Lefler of Lincoln was convocation speaker during National Education Week and was guest of honor at the postconvo luncheon. In December, members carried p resents to the R. T. Benford home for a Christmas party.

FIRST RO W . President Edtth W t!Iey. Carl P A M a xw ell SECOND RO W M tss G race Tear. M rs I

W irth , Herb">r t Knutson , Alth e a A

ftmerso n , M :s

Ni s pe l,

I m c e Du nmng.

G ca ce

Vir gini a

Ktng , Dr .

M ue nchau ,

H a zel

Bouse. M ar garet Stiers

T H IRD RO W

MoTJone Petnc

Ella Mae H~tlburt

Mr

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C lemen ts . Bdl Fnnk hauser . Barbara

Real


LUTHERAN CLUB ROW I Rev . Sch uld t Haack l u i II ~ Faul h abe r Magneson . P re~. Mo ng old Rev. Hol e rm a nn ROW II Bush Moh r Cess Ba rg s ta d t F rec5e

Ni spc l . I. Nisp e l , A . Conradâ&#x20AC;˘ Albens Smid t G ebh ard RO W III: Pet ri Li e nemann G re fe f r ueh lin g Heu k e

Th e Lutheran Student A ssociation met bi-monthly fo r business and social affairs. Rev. T. Schuldt o f Nebraska City, and Rev. A. H o fermann of Syracuse, conducted Bible study of the epis tle to the Gal atians a nd the Gospel of St. Matthew.

Officers of the club were : La Verna Magn eson, President; Percy Schmelzer, Vice President; Anna Mangold, Secre tar y ; A lvin Haack Treasurer; Nao mi Juilfs, Pianist; and Marie Faulhaber, Sponso r.

C. C. A. Ludvi k Ege DeM oro Sandin Nesp or Wyl i e, Pr,.s. Kell y Barre tt Geige r Jimerso n

Th1llges Berle t t Ri le y

The College C a tholic Association e lected President Helen Wylie, SecretaryTrea su rer Marcella Barrett , and Discus sion Lea d e r To K e lly to guide them thro u g h th e y ear's w o rk. Dean Jimerson a ssumed the ro le of faculty sp o nsor.

A roller ska ting p a rt y a t Neb raska City, speci al services during Eas te r W eek at the little chapel. and a picn ic in t he sp r in g highlig hted the b i -m o nth l y meetings o f th e orga ni za tio n .

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ORCHESTRA

FIRST ROW: W . Cl eaveland, Goodri dge, M . S. Jim erson . Larson. B. K e nn e dy. P Ca rm in e . Sandfort. SECOND ROW: E. Slagle, Snider, Mason. Steffen, Fankhau:;er. Annan. H unzeker. THIRD ROW: Prof. Benford. Prof. Jindra, W. Marshall, D. Cl e r.1 e nt:c;, Fe hr, Tynon. M c K e nn e y, ) . Handley, Shimonek, Sandin, Ashton. DeMaro.

MARCHING BAND

The o ld violin master Victor Jindra once again comes to the fore with his a b o v e - p a r orchestra. "Although the string section is small, there is some of the most outs tanding ta l ent ever to have been on Peru's campus." Convocation - goer s pricked up their ears to the orchestra's presentation of their concert which included " Ballet Music from Faust," by Gounod; "M ission Overture," by Johnson; the three flutists - Lorson, Jimerson, and Kennedy- piping "Dance of the M i r I i t o n s," by Tschoikowsky with orchestra路 accompaniment; Jack Snider' s French horn soloi ng "Song of India," by Rim s ky - Korsakof; and for the wind - up Grieg's ''I-I u ldigunsmarsch. 路 ' " Music by Little Th eat re Orchestra under t he di recti o n of Victor H. Jindra " was a permanent line on all theatrical prod u cti o n p ro<Jrams.


BAND At footbal l games, at c o nvocatio ns, a t concert s, at pep ra llies, c t baske tball games -a t e very event o r at any place where snap, vi gor , a nd vim a re n eed ed- a band lJtruts ou t .. . a band tha t i s a band. Fo rt y -o dd ma rchers a rose uncomplainingly at t he roos te r 's crow and practiced high-s teppin g to the tun e of Jindra 's instructions and drum m ajor et te Bett y Berger's whistle s. They paraded p roudly at th e Apple Ha r ves t Fes tival in Nebras ka City, and supported the Bo bcats in a loya l-blue style a t H omecoming.

the c o llege band in a concert directed entirely by student directors. Some of the numbers "concerted " were: "Scenes from the Sierras, " by Bennett; " The me from the Piano Concerto ," by Tschaikow sky-Y od e r; " Who 's Afrai d of the Big Bad Wolf?" by C hurchill- Yoder; " Onward, Y e People, " by Sebelius; " Snow Whi te Overture," by Churchill-Leid zen ; and "The Color Song. " Student directo rs were: Betty Berger, C lea veland, Korah Baker, McKenney, Jimerson, Sandin, Annan, DeMaro, Drexler, and Tynon. Bandsters embarked on short to urs and kept the blue and wh i te fly in'. I t's " Thanks a million " tha t goes to the ole' maes tro, Victor H ., for Per u 's truly fine band .

Settling d own to a b it of concerting, these autum n marchers conti nued to pro v e themselves wor th y of recogn i tion. On January 1 ~. the Bud get committee presented

FIRST ROW : Ya tes, S te ffe n, M acomber , Snid e r, Hunzeker. Annan . W. Mill er. B. Kenn edy, La r son , M Ji merson .

S.

SECOND RO W : Schu ldt, Ro hrs. Mason. Soh!, Howard THI RD ROW : E. Hall, Be r!ett , DeMaro, Drexler, Be tty Berger, Rsh ton hau ser, D . C le m e r.t s, Dressl e r, Colber t.

Bed

P. Carmine. M c R ndless. Cacek, Fa nk -

FOURTH ROW : W. Marsh all, Pro f. Jin d ra, Kiburz. te Sco tt. Fe hr. M c Rrdle, M c K e nn ey, Be r ger, Leon ard, Sncw , Bond, ). Handl e y, R. Hall, v b1mo n e k, W . C l eaveland, T ynon .

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CHORUS

FIRST ROW: A. Cleaveland, D. Slagle, C . Adams, W. Cl eav e land, Peterson. D. Marshall.

Ril e y,

A shton , M . S . Ji mer son,

Drex l er,

SECOND ROW: Ballard, H. Maxwell, Oakley, Hunze ker, Jui l f:;, Sandfort, Annan. Yat es, Snid e r, Rockwe ll. THIRD ROW: B. Miller, E. Slagle, Howe, Lum, W . Marsh a ll. Seal. Li e n emann, Belva Scott. Sh im o n ek. Friedly, Hi nm an. Larson, Coatney . FOURTH ROW : Jenkins, B. Kenned y, S. Johnson , Thomson, Broers, McArdle, Schmelzer, Bette Scott.

Under the guiding contortions of " Pop" Steck, year

the of

Per usingers

Ru zi cka.

nyi ng that every eye "s tays put" o n "Pop. " The Perusi n gers d o not appear in sec-

fifty -plus

cho irs, b ut appear "mixed up" in quarte ts

members sweated over cadenzas, diminu-

- an original idea of "Pop's." " You go tta-

array.

The

to

Fankhau s er,

tiona l massed uni ts as do other a capella

decorative

performances

another

W . Mi ll er,

their

already

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annexed

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endos and " what-have-youettos" to bring to

wan ta-sing, and you go tta -lis te n

a fi tting climax- the chorus trip-dream of

a good chorus."

a ll Pop 's p o tential proteges.

and y ou can bet they l i sten.

The Chorus owes its success-crowned life to its director who at

times literally

to

make

Perusi n gers " wanta -s in g"

Concert numbers included "The Ballad for Ame ri cans," a g r oup of N egro spirituals,

A fa-

"Listen to the Lambs," pl u s o thers. Soloi s ts

m i l iar sight on Saturday before the Sunday

were Fankha u ser , A nnan, M iller, and M c-

Musicale i s G . Ho lt, pacing the floor before

Rrdl e.

" pulls" the music out of the g roup.

the g roup o f v ocalist vagaries, clad in the

Peru singers will always remembe r p hi -

famed red sw eater. Arti stic temperament?

losophisl director "Pop," a n d t he fu n of be -

perhaps, perha p s n o t , b ut th ere 's no de-

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PI SIGMA CHI Prospective commercial teachers, accountants, stenogs, and typists met once a month for the purpose of discussing new methods in the teaching o f commerce, advancing new ideas, and pooling new and old thoughts. The acti vities of the year con sisted of the showing of a fi lm concerning typing contests and techniques in typing , a talk by Miss Edna Wear "Nutrition and Na ti onal Defen se," speeches by Ruth Crone a nd Nedra Jane Shafer about their Civil Service work in Washington, D. C., discussion of application letter writing , and the spring picnic.

Evelyn Chri sliancy, Sec.-Tr eas.; Virginia Ki ng, V . Pres.; Mi ss Palm er, Sponsor; Mi ss W est . Spon sor; and Bob Ashto n , Pres. plan 1941 -42 Commerce Club program.

Officers were: Bob Ashton, President; Virginia King, Vice President; Evel yn Christiancy, Secretary Treasurer; and Miss West and Miss Palmer, Sponsors.

Pi Sigma Chi membe r s practice a s w el l as preach.

FIRST ROW: Muenchau. Oakl ey, N . B. K en nedy, M o rel ock. Fil mer.

1.

Shafer,

SEC OND ROW : T eachman. Hagan. DeLong. Gebhard. Gubser, H or to n , Rho d us. THIR D RO W : Oetken. Za.;tNCI. Dah lk e , 1-l idf. W e il e r, Beal. W oods.


SIGMA T Sigma Tau D e lta continued th is year w ith the " Contribu t ion or fifty cents, please," making thi s fra ternity

w ea lthy

w i th

inspirational

copy. This group of energ e tic Engl is h s tudents ser ved a Homecoming tea to Sig ma Tau Delta alumni, and enjoyed their tw o initiation banSponsor A. L. Bradford. President !'-laney Ellen )ones, V. President Rose McGinnis, and Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Teachman revi ew "Silting Sands."

quets, the fall o ne featuring P r ofesso r R. T . Ben ford, w ho spoke on "M usic and L iteratu re ," and the sprin g one bringing before its members M r s. J. A. Jimerson, who told them the whys and wherefores of w r i ti ng for the associa ted

press.

President

Nancy

Ellen

Jones

9reeted new m embers at both banquets and

C . Adams D. Arm str ong Beal Bouse Bradford

Horton johnson, V. L. )ones, N. E. Kane! King, V

Miller, B. Muenchau Rockwell Saville Schneider

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AU DELTA res ponses were made by Virgie Lee Johnson and Bette Jane Sco tt. R. s usual, two issues of Sifting Sand were to b e contended with by the editorial board and were generally boug ht and enjoyed by the college a s a whole. Several of the g roup were fortuna te enough to have their work published in the national publication, "The Rectangle."

Homecomi ng - Si gma Tau ser ve;; tea to all Sigma Tau Del tans, both past and present.

Nancy Jones, Pres ident, led the group in a s uccess ful year of literary achievement and Dr. A. L. Bradford, Sponsor, was a living in spiration by making copy for " Yale Review," a nd o ther publications.

Dallam Dunning Fanciers Fogle Have l

Knutso n Konig Locke McGinn is M eier

Stiers T cachma r T ear Zo stera

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Y. W. C. A. The initial tea fo r Freshman girls. the Hard Times Carnival sponsored by Y. W .-Y . M .. Christmas caroling, the traditional Y. W. Christmas pageant presented at convocation. topped by first-rate weekly meetings, describe the activities of the first -semester Y . W. C. .R. group u nder the leadership of Grace Muenchau, President. VicePresident Nina Kan e! was sent a s a delegate from Peru to the National Convention at Oxford, Ohio. Y . W."s !941-42 officers turn r eigns over to neVI leaders at the impressive installation ceremony.

'"P. S. T. C .ers,"' one and all, out for fun at the Y.W .-Y.M . Hard T imes Carnival.

Rt the change of sem e ste rs came an officers' turn o ver as Nina Kane! took over the p re sidency, Loi s Wagoner, the v ice-pres idency. Harriet Maxwell. secretary, succeeding Mary Horton, and Evelyn Christiancy, treasurer, following Dorothy Teachman . New cabinet members were: Lucile Sandfort. Mar jorie Prine, LaVara Oakley, V i vian Fogle , Christine Wi lkinson , Mabel Newton, Roberta Burroughs. and Lucille Miller.

R super-s uccessful W . S . S. F . drive under the fire and enthusiasm of twe l ve cabinet members netted the group fifty per cent in excess of their goal w hich was for Chinese student relief. Phillip Lin, a Chinese refugee student, of Hays University, Ft. Hays, Kansas, was the main speaker at the " Kick - Off Supper" and at college convocation. The Easter Sunrise Service, appropriately impre ssive and inspiring, and the May Breakfast for Senior members of Y, together with attendance at the State Conference at Hastings, and plans for attending the Regional Conference at Estes in June, closed the year's activities .

Grace. Bess. and Mary, plus coe-1 and C hin k. remark o ver th e su ccessful w.s.s.r . driv e.

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Y. M. C. A. ROW l Ore xl er Schulz Hubbell

Fankhau ::;cr Lo throp ROW ll : Boker. K Albe rs M o n roe M r. B red Dean f1m cr5on RO W Ill M cAlexander Reu tter Kn utson F'ts h w ood W ehr mann W oods ROW IV Roy Hinman Gnlhn Brett horst Grefe M e ye r Vluth

Peru's dynamic T. V . Hubbell p~esided over the affairs of the Y . M. C. A. Other officers includ ed Vice President Bob McAlexand er, Secretary Eldon Reutter, and Treasurer Carl Wirth. Mr. Ma-

thews sponsored th e organizati on. This y ear's acti vities included discussion of current affairs, sponsorship of the successful W. S. S.F. campaign, and finally a p rogram of in tramural athletics.

ART CLUB Mt s~

Otdde l

Htnehne Boker. j . Wtedemon Alberts Gordne r Jensen . M.

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Hu tlbut t M o ngo ld Stev enso n Carnahan Slagle. A . Slagle ,

M.

Nispel. A . (not shown ) Havel, (not shown)

Art Club this year let the public in on their doings by sponsoring two exhibits. The first was o f baskets made by the members, a n d the other came as the culmination o f their study of textiles. First semester officers were President Joan Goo d , Vice

Presi dent Mary Jensen, and Secretary -Treasurer Ella M ay Hurlburl; w hile the second semester meetings cam e to o rder under President Milda Slagle, Vice President Althea Nispel. Secre 路 tory -Treasu rer Anna Mangold, and Miss N orma Diddel. Sponsor. Page

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PEDAGOG IAN Pale g reen wall s in the news room were pa rt of t h e Per u Pedagogian 's "st r eam lin ing" policy wh i ch included a n emphasis on modern make-up, and such i nnovati ons as l o w er-case headlines.

Nina Kane!, Meredith Jimerson, Ellen King, and Vir ginia King plan dumm y for w eek's Ped and do a little "beh ind-the-scenes" work.

Under the s p o nsorship o f M. Flo rence Martin, a Ped appeared every Tuesday to bring readers the latest in campus happenings. Edito r Meredith Jimerson wa s aided and abetted by Nina Kane!. assistant editor; Ralph Locke, sports editor; Rex fl o yd, assistant sports editor; Rogen e Rose, cop·/ reader; and Virg inia and Ellen King, proof readers . High l ig h ts of the journalistic year incl u d ed the Ped-spon s ored election o f a Gridiron Kin g, a se v e nty- fifth anniversary edition, and the edito r's tri p to the Na tional Collegiate Press Convention at St. Loui::;. The appeo rance of one i ssue o f the Pedagogian , urging that the men 's dormi tory be named "Delzell Hall. " was followed with formal action by the State Normal Board six clays later. Rt the request of President Pa te, the Pedagogian later coopera ted with the Men 's Dormi tory Council in sponsoring a program in formal recognition of th e naming .

Locke, V . King, Rose, E. King, Editor Jimerson, and Kancl. wnte, r e wri te, edit, and re-edit. Time : nn'/ Thursday afternoon.

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PERUVIAN Th e 1942 PERUVI AN s taff delved heart and soul in to the p ro duct ion of a yearbook which w ou ld bring back p leasant memories to all " Peruvianites." It was a se ven-m o nth-round-up o f peop le, subj ects, and materials , but Mar y Jensen, art editor; Reuben Fanciers, Corinne Adams, Virgie Lee j o hnson, copywriters; Mau rice Anderson , sportswriter; Dick C l ements, photographer; Freddie Drexler and jimmie Howe, "advertisement-getters;" G race Muenchau , stenographer, and Dorothy Teachman, bookkeeper proved themselves qui te " up to snuff." St. Louis convention- goers, Business Manager Nancy Ellen )ones, Edi tor Barbara Beal. Photographer Dick C l ements, Sponsor R. D. Moore, and Ped Editor Mered ith Jimerson returned to Peru on November 23, a fter three days of conventioning, with heaps o f ideas and inspirations, and began to set things buzzing.

Clements. Editor Beal, M . E. Jense n , Anderson, V. L. Johnson, Fanciers , a n d C. A d ams "hoo k" copy and p i c tures toge ther in the "upstairs office."

Peru "ed s and coeds" will r emember Preside nt Pa te's "M iss Nancy E llen )ones has a PERUVIAN announcemen t," the Mondays and Thursdays that "deadeye Pe te " shot them, and w e hope th ey wi ll a lways remember this 1942 PERUVIAN which was ours to wor k with bu t now belongs to them.

Spo nsor M oore, Teachman, and Busi ness Manager Jones d o som e " cash pro ving," whil e Mu e nchan and Dre xle r take c harge o f co r r es p o n d ence and advertisi ng. " Pe te " -the guy who "shot " and " re-shot. " - " T ilt your h ead ju st a 1-i -- - - there ! that 's right."

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FOOT

BALL ART JONES Bobcat Coach

AL W H EELER Bobcat C oach

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FIRST ROW: Coach Wheeler . Hutton, Stark. Atw ood , Ma.:;on, Roberts, Ronhovde, Henderson , Callan, C oach Jones.

Linder,

Rachow ,

Floyd,

SEC O N D ROW : Anderson , W . Handley, M cNally, B. Handley, Ne3por, Yocum, Hines, White, Oakman. Ege, Parks, B. Smith. Yeung. THIR D ROW . Rhodu s, Livingston , Snider, Ray, Allen, ]o nes, Dean jo nes. Hicks.

Poae Nmat y tw o

Banks,

O 'Brien,

Schmelzer ,

Grefe,

Lathrop,

Dale


"Stub" Callan H onorary t e am captai n Blocking back Mason kick s !o: extra point-Peru leads Kearney 7-0.

The opening of the 1941 football season found Coaches Wheeler and Jones "all in a dither" about building a team capable of defending the N. I. A. A. football title. The number of returning lettermen was comparatively few, but the new bloods and the veterans s howed at workou ts that they had what it took to make true figh ting Bobcats. The tallying of the games brought to light four wins, three losses, and one tie. Even though the Bobcats were on the s hort-end of the score at

Atwood lateral s to Handley around Tarkio 's end .

ti mes, they always played a winning game. The boys e ver gave their best to any position to which they were assigned. Peru's football team had no individual stars -the Bobcats were a team of fighters who worked together for one purpose - victoryl They were a team which the Coaches had a right to be proud of . . . . they were a team who had a right to be proud of their Coaches -Wheeler and Jones.

Hutton scampers for 26 yards agai n st K earney.

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FOOT P[RU 3tl - DOAN[ 7 PER U 13- M IDLAND 16 The m igh ty Bobcats opened the season by thoroughly t rouncing the Doane Tigers. The first fe w m in u tes of play were anything but pleasing to the Peru r oo ter s. The Tigers blocked a kick from Peru's end zone and recovered it for a touch down . T he Bobca ts bega n applyi n g the p ressur e and rolled ove r th e T ige rs for six touchdowns.

WILBUR EGE Guard

REX FLOYD Left end

GEORGE ATWOOD Right end

Peru got off to a 7-0 l ead in the fi rst quarte r o f the Peru-Midland game. The second quarter saw the Bobcats on the offensive but unab l e to add the needed scor ing punch . The second half open e d wi th th e inspired W a rriors coming back to score two touchdown s and a safety t o ta k e a 16-7 lead. The Bobcats push e d ov er a n other touch d own in the final period but were unable to overcome the W a r r i or's l ead .

"RED" DEAN Blocking back

WENDEL HANDLEY Q uar ter-

back


BALL PCRU 7- KERRNEY 13 PERU 20- C HRDRON It! The Bobcats put up a s tubborn battle before a cro wd packed with Rlumni, but could not overcome the powerful Kearney Rnte lopes. Handley capitalized on perfect blocking for a run around end which resul ted in a touchdown. The Bobcats fought to maintain their point advantage but were powerless to hold back the Rntelopes who drove over two touchdowns to vict o ry. The Bobcat reserves showed their ability to assume the responsibi lity of first s tring positions against Chadron. Floyd was out on an injury, but his Position was ably filled by freshman Schmelzer, who made a brilliant end Play. The Bobcats bat~led all the way gainIng a much-ne eded victory after suffering two defeats. The game was lacking in defense but pro vider! good of fense.

BOB HENDERSON Quarterback

""RED"' HINES Lelt tackle

..COWBOY"" LINDER

Guard "UNK"" I-lUTTON Right hall-

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LYLE MASON Right tackle


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FOOT PERU 0-- WRYNE 0 PCR U 7- WRSHBURN 33 T he W ayne W ildcats seem to hold a jinx o v e r Pe ru in be in g abl e to hold them to a tie fo r th e pas t tw o years. N e ither team had an o pportuni t y to d e m o n s tra te th eir "superspecia l s " in playing foo tball because of a sn o w -l aden fi e ld. The game developed i n to a fracas o f pun ts. Each team tried to u se th e wind to an a dvantage by ki c kin g th e o ther deep into defensive te rri to ry and th e n play for a recove ry a nd poss ibility o f scoring.

" BUTCH"' ROBERTS Guard

AR f RON HO VDE Center

BOB OAKMA N

BILL RACHOW

C enter

Le ft tack l e

Th e Bobcats s truck early for thei r se v e n points putting the W as hburn K a n sans very much o n the d efensive. The Kansans u sed their weigh t adva ntage and immediatel y s truck back to score on pass interceptions and completions for four tou chdowns d u r in g the second quarter. The Bobcats came out the second h alf and held their opponen ts to o nly one touchdown.

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PERU '18- YORK 6 PERU 33- TARKIO 6 Bobcats met little opposition at Y o rk . I t was Peru from th e opening whistl e to the last horn. They combined th ei r offense and defense in such a way tha t Y o r k was com pletel y " stumped." Y o rk, however, kept up its tradi tion of scorin g upon every opponen t by running ov er one to uchdown after d oing som e fa ncy running and b locking . The Peru reserv es showed their skill in football by sc o ring twice upon Y o rk. The senior members of th e sq uad had a field day at the expen se of the Tarkio Owls. Lind e r , Callan , Smith, H ende rson, McNally, and Y o ung ran ro u gh shod over th e Tarkio squad. Y oun g drew first blood by driving over for a touchdown. From then on the Bobcats scored a t wi ll. Tarki o scored on th e famed Statue of L iberty a fter b locking o u r en d ou t of play.

BOB SMITH Right end

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OilVILLE YOCUM Right tackl e

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YOUNG

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'' WHIZ" WHITE L e ft End

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BASKET BALL " R praise- w or thy team, two grand Coaches, and a super successful season" sums up in a b r ief manner the 194 1- 42 B o b c a t baske tball season. Coaches W heele r and Jones took an exper ienced sophomor e squad and developed them into a firs t-c l ass b aske tball team.

Hutton. Ronhovde. W. Handley, Yccum, Hannah. Byers. Hobbs, Pascal. Hiatt . Whi te. Coach Wheeler. Coach jones.

Hubbell, Hanks, and Drexler, "loyal blue" Peruvians, lead s pectators in ye ll s which ring the victory bell.

S t u d e n t managers. Andy and Sehnert, wh.:J k now the " whats, · "whys,· and " where fo res" o l all th e qam P. :>.

Pnqt:> t\,·u·ty r·ight

R fter the fi r ing w as o v er a nd the smoke had cleared, i t was revea led that th e Bobcats had ga ined sec o nd place i n bo th the N. I. R. R. a nd Sta te Conferen ces. They gained such recogni ti on as to recei ve that coveted inv i ta ti on to the Na tional T o urna m en t a t K ansas C ity. The fast -stepping quin te t from Evans v i II e , Indiana


"Auburnites " pr ove loyalty to Peru as Bobcats dow n H asting Broncos.

Bronco attempts trap Hannah.

H o bbs sh oots-scores against W esleyan.

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to

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trounced them, however, in the firs t round. Dick Pascal, a dependable guard, was chosen for the AllState Basketball team. Pas cal's defensive work is deserving of credit- plus, accou nting for many of Peru's v ic tories. Working along with Pascal were s uch dependables as sharps hooting Hiatt, who is known for his one-hand shots, Ke ith Hannah, who is a dependable g ua rd w o rking with Pascal. Byers and Hobbs, probably the quickes t pair of forwards in the s tate. Included in the squad were such faithful reserves as "Whiz " White, substitu te at center, Handley and Hutton. fo rwards, a nd Yocum a nd Ronhovde, guards.

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" BUZZ" BYERS Fo rward

WENDE L HA NDLEY For ward

PERU 45

TARKIO 39

The Bobcats opened the season in what appeared to be top form. After trailing lor three periods, the Cats staged a rally in the final period to outscore the Tarkio Owls.

PERU 42

YORK 36

The Peru quintet did some fancy ball-handling during the last period in order to claw out a victory over an inspired Yark team which was determined to win.

PERU 26

TARKIO 41

The mighty Bobcats !ell before a n inspirited Tarkio team. As the old saying goes, "Revenge is sweet ," and we can certainly say that Tarkio got its share. PERU 33

DRURY

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The "Show Me" state rs s eemed to be too powerful lor the Bobcats. Every player contributed the best that was in him, but they were not s trong enough to overcome the Drury five.

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d e monstrate

s pecial

ma~ing bas kets

PERU 32

SPRINGFIELD 33

The Bobcats let the Springfielders slip through their lingers by just o ne point. Hiatt's sharp shooting and Pascal's defense kept the Cats in the game all the way.

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BASKETBALL PERU 42 PERU 39

DOANE 38

Doane was a favored quintet from the beginning whistle . but Peru took a o ne point victory when Hannah dunked one from midcourt with only seconds of play remaining.

MIDLAND 27

The Bobcats ruined all hopes o f a Warrior victory dance by soundly trouncing the Midland cinque. Our s uggestion is that Midland should stick to lootball. PERU 56

KEARNEY 38

The Bobcats outpassed and outplayed the Antelopes in every respect. Hannah and Hiatt w e re g reat guns with their spectacular one-hand shooting, and together netted 22 points. PERU 45

WESLEYAN 47

Wesleyan was nearly m o re than Peru had bargained for. The Bobcats, however, s ho wed thei r power during the second period and nipped the Plainsmen by two ·points. PERU 45

Tark io Ow ls not so wise when Hobbs chalks up points for Bobcats.

HASTINGS 53

A tired and trip-weary Peru quintet took the court agains t the Broncos. The Bobcats played sluggish ball all the way giving a victory to th•~ Hastings Broncs.

KEIT H HANN AH Guard

CHARLIE HIATT Center

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""UNK""

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f o rward

'"SLUG" " PA SC AL Guard

PERU 45

WAYNE 35

The game opened with a slow offense and cautious defense. The half time found Peru on the small end of a 18- 11 count which the Bobcats easily overcame during the second half.

PERU 64

HASTINGS 50

The Bobcats riddled the Broncos for a great victory. Peru opened with a tremendous barrage of baskets which ended with Hobbs setting aremarkable scoring record of twenty-seven points.

PERU 60

DOANE 44

Bobcats again reached sixty p oints by thoroughly drubbing Doane. The game was a clash o f conference leaders but the sco re left no doubt as to which was the superior team.

PERU 66

KEARNEY 4l

Peru maintained its leadersh ip in the con ference when the Bobcats g ave the Kearney fans a de monstra tion of how bas ketball should b e played. Pascal. Bye rs, a nd Hiatt were the main cogs of Peru's offense.

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C amera catches ground work in P eru-Wayn e gam e.

PERU 52

YORK 57

A way-wo rn Peru live w ere unable to cope with the speed and sharp shooting of a scrapPY York team which outscored the Ca ts by five points.

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BASKETBALL PERU 33

WAYNE 4路1

The Cats s uffered thei r first conference defeat at the hands of th e Wayne Wildcats. The con test was close until the last five minutes when Wayne went wi ld on a scoring spree .

PERU 38

MIDLAND 41

The Cats were unable to h it the basket in a game that was unparalleled in personal fouls. The Warriors capitalized on Peru's sco ring weakness to o u tdo them by th ree points.

PERU 61

WESLEYAN 19

The coach used everything bu t the water boy in trouncing Wesleyan. The Cats were un deniably a great team worthy of p raise a nd respect from any opponent.

PERU 41

CHADRON 29

The Bobcats put th e mselves back into th e con ference race by defeating the conferencelead ing Chadron cinque. The Peru five had little di fficulty in subdu ing Chadron's challenge.

PERU 39

CHADRON 59

Chadron crumpled all hope3 of Peru's being state champs. The Bobcats opened by takin g a half- ti me lead but were un able to hold back a second half rally which was s taged by Chadron . Loyal Pc rttvians cheer over Wayne.

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ART RONH O VDE Fo rward

" WHI Z" WHITE C en ter

O RV ILLE YO CUM G uard

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TRA C K Th e 1942 T rac Y.. season open ed wit ~ h i g h hopes on the pa r ts o f Coaches W h eel e r a n d Jo nes, alth o u gh th e mate r ia l w as no t q u i te up to par . T he fi rs t day saw such r egu la r s as Hanna h , H u tto n , S ta rk , H en d e r son , Rtwood , Ra cho w, and W hi te ch eck o ut eq ui p m e n t. Pro misinr_::; cand idates w e r e Fa u s t. Ba nks. Hobbs, Yocum, Y o r k , Sc h r ein e r, Flnde r son , a n d Gra ham. Peru open ed th e season in a d ual mee t w i th Maryville, Mo. The Mary vill e team p ro v ed Lo b e a li tt le too much for th e Bobca t::; who pock e ted o nl y five fir:3! p la c es .

Stark floats throug h the air w i th the g reatest of ea se.

T he team wa s r e ta rded by pre-season in jur ies, but b y th e e nd o f the season th e Bo bcats were a th reat to a ll opp o nents. Th e team mad e up in spiri t for wha t it lack ed in indi vidual s ta rs.

FI RST ROW路 Hutton. Gridley, Faust, Hicks, York, Ash ton, G rah am, Barnh ouse, Dean Jones, C ace k. Ba nks, W . Handley , Blocker, Filmer, Li vingston. Rhod us, A nd erson, A twood. SECOND ROW 路 Coach Wheeler, Nespor, Schrei n er, James, Hannah , Pascal. Yocu m, Hi a tt , Hi nes. H aac k , H obb s, Schmelzer, Byers. Dale jones. Ronhovde. Lathrop, c ~amer, Stark, Cal lan, Locke , C oach Jones .

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INTRAMURALS In tram u ra l b ask e tba ll has develop ed into o n e o f th e mo:31 p opular activ i ti es o n the cam p us. The very success ful partici pat ion is undoub tedly due to the effo rts o f C oach )ones and Stu dent Direct o r Bo b Hen ¡ derson. lntramura ls is a p ro gram i n tro d u ced to d e velo p goo d sportsmanship and c o operation a s wel l a s an improve d physical. being .

R g lance at any intramural g ame shows keen competi t io~1 between any of the teams. The team s were organized by a system of lottery so that they would be more even! y matched. Thi s was a satisfactory plan, but one team had to win, so team G consisting of Snider, Parks, McNally, Callan, Young , and Hall took the task to be theirs and did a nice job

Intramura l cha mps: R. Hall, Drexler, Snid e~ . Callan , Parks, and Hâ&#x201A;Ź nd erson.

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P CLUB Th e P Club is a n a thle tic o rganization which promo tes l eadership, coo peration, and good fellowship. The club 's activities were directed by President Robert Henderson, Vice President C lair Callan , and Treasu rer Maurice Linder. under the sponsorship of Coaches Wheeler and Jones.

V. Pres Callan , Pres. H enderso n. Coach Wheele r , C oach jones.

It is the annual duty of the P Club to sponsor the Freshman in it iation as well as issue the little green caps which go along with such activities True, the P C lub is capable of punishing th e Freshmen, but they are also ones to take their own punishment . . . it takes good sweat and hard work to earn the c ove ted P letter. Cast your eyes about and note how proudly each member wears hi~. letter. This organization i s a livmg example of leadership, cooperalion, and the willing ness to work.

Prexy H e nderso n pres ides :~t meeting o f " PClubbe rs" in Delzell Ha II lounge.

FIRST ROW: Hutton, Sehnert, Young, B. Smi th , D . Dean M . Anderson, Stark. SECOND ROW: Roberts, Atw ood , Rach o w, W . Handley, Ro nhavde, H annah, H ines , Ege. THIRD ROW : Byers, Schmelzer, Yocu m , Pascal, H iatt, Oakman, White . FOURTH ROW: Coach Whe el er, Cal la n , Linder, Pres. H e nder son, C o ach Jones

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W. A. A. Women 's Athletic A ssociation rounded ou t its 18th year of existence on the Peru camp us with the officers in charge seeing to it tha t the members were offered an eventful schedule of both social and athletic entertainments. Members and pled ges got acquainte d r eadily at the hamburger fry ou t in the W.A.A. log cabin. After tha t it was nip and tuck in the var ious sports tournaments conducted throughout the year. Firs t in line. hit-pin hel d the spo tlight, w i th bask etbal l. shuf fle-board, pin g pong, volleyball. and aer ial darts following in order.

Dav y, Carmine, Brier, Meier. Chris, and Redding" The" o nes in W . A. A .-plan tournaments and activities lor the gang.

The n ew sports r oom on third floor o f th e gym w as used a nd g reatly appreciated by par ticipan ts in W .A.n.

" Ping- pongers" and ''shuffle b oarders" l e t not he W .n A . room b e lone ly.

Varsity basketball t eam - Redding, McFadden, II. )en:; cn. Wilki nson, Zwi e bel. M . E. Je n sen, Sim s. and Willma nntakes som e " tips" from Da v y .

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Peruvians trail Bobcat s to Wesle yan where Bobcats track down Plainsm en .

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Grid Iron Royalty

FERNE PETERSON GRIDQUEEN

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May Fete Royalty

BARBARA BEAL MAY QUEEN

WILLIAM FANKHAUSER MAY KING

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REPRESE STUD

BOB ASHTON With a special knack in those knuckles and their appendages, Bob Ash ton " musicales " for all. Beside3 band, orchestra, and Perusin g ers, he a lso finds time to take charge of Com merce C lub meetings. Bob's technique in tick ling the ivories and his genial personal ity w on for him the honor of Rep Stud en t.

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NTATIVE 'ENTS

GRACE MUENCHAU Grace Muenchau climaxes her four years of college li fe in the r oll of Representati v e Student. Past p resident o f Y.W., Gamma C hi , a nd Alpha Erudite, sh e takes an active part in Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau, Commerce C lub. Dorm Council, PERUVI AN, and i s an essentia l cog in the Placem ent Bu reau o ffice .

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WILLIAM FANKHAUSER Bill Fankhauser. the Basso who sang his w a y to the throne of May King and to th e pedestal of Representative Student. is the possessor of that sincerel y-friendly sm ile and dance- floor technique inim itable . Besi des be 路 ing a ce-solo ist in Perusingers. Bill i s a n a ctive Kadelpia n and Chairman of Social Commi tt ee.

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NTATIVE ENTS

BARBARA BEAL Barbara Beal, member of Kappa Delta Pi , Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Mu Omega, Don :l Council. a nd Commerce Club, found a spo t for herself among Rep Students while residing m that far -above p lace, the PERUVIAN office, solving problems of ink spo ts on these pag e::;. Besides being Rep Student, Barbara was als:J May Q u een.

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Locke demons tra te s the onetwo on recalcitrant fre shics.

Prexy CRIME UNEARTHED! plead s g u ilty a s stolen ante lope foun d at his hom e .

Fr esh i e s rae:: brains over entrance e x a m sRugged wasn't it?

Con vo goers w o rk up " Beat Doane" fervor.

Judge C ole metes out punishment to luckless freshmen.

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Back again to school after a summer of vacation. Freshmen tests to frigh ten the already fearful newcomers . . . thei r first tas te of college. Ini tiation next looms on th e horizon - terrible - but when the "board" meeti n gs and Kangaroo Court are over the Freshmen are full fledged members and are worthy to be called college students . Remember those other fall events? Homecoming with its gala seventy-fifth anniversarj' theme . . . the antelope is stolen . . . Queen Peterson the Kearney-Peru game .


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th e precisi on shown by the Pe ru ing.

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the eerie "Ladies in Retiremen!" which provided dramatic entertainment for Homecoming celebrators. The fall formal in its Hawaiian setting and atmosphere . .. Y.W .-Y .M. carnival featuring hard times . . Then there were Bake's cafeteria snacks just before bedtime . . . Ashton's Swing Session, or the night the boys really put out the jive . . . Christmas vacation . . . a final lap of school . . . last minute cramming for finals . . . all of them events that will provide happy memories.

Captain FIo y d crowns Homecoming Queen Peterson .

-1 Peru quick kicks.

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Boys con::;ole gnef strick en H c r b i ~ after the d ea th o i "beloved Z e 1 i a"

Do you remember the l ong lines at regi s tration when you wonde red if you ever would ge t through?

(pet pig).

life . .. donn Remember . . session s .. . your fri ends midni g ht "study " cliques . . sessi ons . a "coke" a t Ma 路s .. . classes held mai nly for tha disseminati o n of know l edge and for "cu tting" . . . those lengthy l ectu res . . . the recita tion you hadn't prepared? The " Gentlemen's Club" presen ts the riotou::; " Faculty Meet ing " to the delight of studen ts and the embarrassment of the faculty . . . exciting basketball game::; tha t w e w on and lost . . . the men's dorm becomes Delzell Hall . the spr ing formal with its Irish

Man on Se:cond I!! ("How did you do it Dick?")

Watch himl!!! The is cooin'!

Midnight

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Kerry Dance theme and no corsage d efense sacrifice . college s tudents are thrilled by the deep, m o vin g tones of the Cu rtis Ensembl e . . . Moore presents" Th e Lady W ho Came to Stay, " even more dramati路.: than the fall p lay . . . Then to clima x the year- T he May Fete and Commencement. Commence ment .. . a happy t ime- the culminati on of years of work and y e t a sad tim e. It means th e ending of a lifea l ife to which you have bec ome acc us tomed and one that has meant much in molding y our life . The final procession fad es away . . . the final curtain is drawn on the panorama that is college . . -:t handshake . a smil e g 'bye.

BRENDA !!!!! It' s a MAN !!!!!

it' s Gee girls for Texas time Mary!

The hawgs share second floor with men and cat s.

There 's onl y two pag es of !unnies-someone's p:::>si ng .

Women, Women, two beds full.

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color song.

Y.W . CARN I VAL . . . T. V. Hubbell presents first prize to Ma Yokum-alias Betty Berger .

Pe ruvians dance in Ha waiian setting at the !ali formal.

M aes tr o Sandin i assi s ted by Wall y r e nd th e Iri sh Wash e r woman at t he S wing Session .

Deal one!! ! The m en l earn the liner points o f etiquette at Kennedy' s.


Lit tle Mi s:.; ''S il .. .

E verything Goes on in college-even s tudying.

THE CAMPUS SHOPS "Ca.t-a-Corner" N . E. of Girls Dorm

-Peru's

路-g路 Shop-

TEA ROOM SCHOOL SUPPLIES BEAU TY SALON

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Baby of the Delzell Hall.

PSTC

building

family - new ly

chri cte n ed

Jus t Stark. Handl ey, and the ir sha dow s.

P,:,ge One Hundred T w enty-l>ve


The Peru Pointer

Complete Newspaper a.nd Printing Service

Dr. C. A . Lutgen

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Phones :

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203 or 98 or 598 Miss Gock l ey and t he ice man.

Hmm Nice. Pett y

A VENfJE STOR.E

G i rl s.

Co m e in and v isit u s. Have one of our D e liciou s Hamburgers .

Sclwol S upplif's Lunches

).oll- tBlli1L !ln·

Hot and Cold D1·inks

• Pianos • Band and Orc h t>s t•·a lnstrun1e nts • Hadios • Pict ures and Picture Framing

llospe Piano Co. 1512 D ougla s S t.

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Omaha, Nel}f'.

Fountain Ser·vic·c• IC'c' Cr·c•a n1 Grocc>l'ies & F1·es h i\lt>ats

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HILLS DRUG STORE We Feature Nat ionall y Adverti sed Drugs KODAKS and SUPPLIES Visit Our Fountain-Our Foun to ineer Will Make Your Favo rite Di sh RUBY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE

Phone 9

Harry E. Wolf

H. HEMMINGSEN

Jeweler & Optometrist

Dry Co()(/ .., R(->ady

Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Nebraska City, Nebraska

to

rr' Par

M illinPry

T e le phone 377 A ul11u·n

Best Wishes to The Class of 1942!

• Once a gain "Moll oyMade

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a Iit y

of

workma ns hip" scores as th e 19,~2 P eruvian is ca sed in a MolloyMade cover from

THE

DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT 2857 NORTH WESTER'! A VEN U E

Chicago

Page One Hundred Twenty-eight

Illinois

College C o ed s -1866- 194 1


Peru Recreation Po.rlor

a:Jinal 9nnd

Pool and Snooker Best Wishes to the Class of 1942

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\Vc t;tkc this oppot·tun it r to e xt e nd t o all o ur f t·iends who are g t·u duutin g or lea ving Old

S. R . KENNEDY-Prop.

P e nt

the

b est

that

life

affords. \'\'hen ~· o n :u·e

in n eed

of anything

th a t we sell we would appt·e c iu te yon •· wt·itin:; baek fot· pr·ices.

DR . A. T . HARDING AUBURN

Hnnut·cd s o f

o ld g t·a d s have done this in the pas t .

NEBRASKA

In faet , one f o nrth o f o nt· hu,;in e ss is don e with form e t· Pet·uvia n s.

Auburn Hotel Auburn

Nebraska

GILMORE BROTHERS

CHATELAIN'S JEWELRY

920 Cent•·a l Ave.

(/11 lmsiu t•ss in P e ru for 45 years)

AUBURN , NEBRASKA

For the h Psl i11

DR UGS Gilbe r t S h ri n e r a b o u t ca m p u s.

Man

FOUNTAIN SE RVICE SUNDR I ES

Cline§ Drug Store Au lmru , Ne br. Phmu• 20

THE REXALL STORE

117Y2 North 16th S t •·eet

Phone J Ackson 5880

THE VIOLIN SHOP Nu rse H e n ni ng sen un i fo rm .

m inu s

of Chris Nielsen d eal e r·

i11

~~ i~1l1 Q5ntih· 1!1 iolin5 au~ Qi,cllos REL I ABLE

REPAIR I NG

BOWS, STRING S AND ACC ESSOR IES

OMAHA. NEBR .

Page O n e l!u n d rPd l'w e nty . mne


Homeco rning -

Again-

T ho:= hand huiic:l!路 thn quee n "s debu t.

Ant <:!lope fl ee~; P r<:!:; ident Pate路s gras p

SC A HDAL L

A nd aga i n b atik- p e w w o w

now n

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pre-

1

Greene s Ice Cream Serve It and You Please All

L. D. Redfern General Merchandise PERU, NEBR .

PHONE 22 Made at Nebraska City

CLINTON TEACHERS AGENCY' Member N ationa l Association of Teachers ' Agencies

CLINTON~

C. E . COZZENS, Manager

lOW A ESTABLISHED 1920

----------------------------------------Continuous Service Under Same Manager

We place good teachers in good positions. We h a ve a strong dem a nd for teachers of Home Economi cs, Commerc ial , Music &. Manual Training. Many good openings in all fields. W e Place Many Peru Graduates Each Year. Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and all states north to the Canadian line.

Page One Hu n dred Thirty


COLLEGE CROFTERS Assi stant Dean of Men- Bing.

• Commencement Announcements Club Pins Diplomas

The coeds sacri fice for U ncle Sa m too.

• 1016 Walnut

Kansas City, Mo.

DR. B. A. SMITH Eye-Ear-

Nose--Throat

janet, Dor oth y , and Ruby.

Phones-

Office- 109 Residence-60 Nebras k a

Auburn

IEMANN CLEANERS NEBRASKA lTV

U n k between bottl es.

Oldest Established CLEANERS IN NEBRASKA CITY

Po go One l!uradrcd

Th~rty - o nc


-* NOVAK AUTO CO. New and Usc•tl •_;ars

Modern Ba.rber Shop Peru's Tim e:;

PERU'S LEADING SHOP

Squar e .

• Success to Peru Graduates

• BILL JAMES, Prop.

EARL'S CAFE Candy

Fountain Service

LUNCIIES MEALS Drink~

You Will Lihe Our Service COMPLETE BUS JNFORMATJON

Phon(• 65

MILAM GREENHOUSE WREATHS TI

Let us prepare them!

R

ALL OHDEHS FILLED PHO J\1 PTL y

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AUBURN

TELEPHONE I R9

.J 1l

NEBRASKA

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Popular "Eat" Place for Peru Students Nobmk' c; t y

N•bco•k•

C. P. MURPHY Hardware and Harness

AUBURN, NEBR. Easy girls- it all goes to wais t. Phone 463 and 353

12th and Central A ve .

CONGRATULATIONS TO

1942 PERUVIAN •

"You've

Done A Grand Job" •

STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEBRASKA

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WHITE SPOT GRILL In our New Location

DINNERS

FOUNTAIN SERVI CE

LUNCHES

P hon e 60B

• ·d- Ill

Bertha M . Thomson,

M.D. Alfred G. Scheffel,

M.D. Physician s & Surgeon s Offi ce Phone 60 P e ru

N e braska

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• 11• . • 1 1• • • • • • • 1• • • • • : 11· · II""

• • •!!I

The Nyal Store

: GLEN'S DRUG STORE : !!I IIi

• ••

S he affer Pt•n

• • • •IIi

S oda Fountain

l

Cm;nH·tks

Auburn

}u !' t a

Nebraska

pose- Locke wouldn' t read

the

Pe d .

Studyin '? I t' s a frame up l Cour ag e Fanciers, onlv thirte e n waitino .

Pc•cJc O n e Hun drad

Th~r l y - l o u r


Four wou ld-be sc ientists

T hat 's the :;or! o f thi n g that 's insi d e.

In Peru Twice Weekly

GLOBE LAUNDRY and CLEANERS

Peru Flying Service I~

MARCO-BRIMFUL

]JJ}hj"

PRIVATE LESSONS PHONE 2030

BIG M BRANDS • s,,ecitdist.~

For Fine Foods

ill-

ilJUUUds

Y etu·books

Alvtu•tls

H.A.MARR Grocery Company OMAHA

NEBRASKA

Sll.pJJlies

Seright Publication Bureau School Ser·vice D ept. 27th &

R ando lph

Li ncol n , N e br·.

Pa Qe One Hundred Tlur ty hv•·


O~IAHA

SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. •

"Everything Fo r Schoo ls"

TEACHERS' PLAN BOOKS

OMA HA, NEB R AS KA

TEACHERS' CLASS RECORDS Jus t D. Hall from the rai l.

• BOUND IN PLASTIC BINDING FLAT OPENING WITH PERFECT

PAGE

ALIGNMENT johnny and Betty.

• Th e Mo st Beautiful and De Lu xe of Flat Op ening Bindings

1885

MARDIS 1942

.~ualihj ) JJJJd Fait· Pl"ict:•-

Acc u nlte Accou n ti ng Ser vice

Clean St01·e a n d Sto<·k 0. D. M:u·d i ~, P•·OJl.

Phone 25

Pagt- O ne li L. nd!ed Thirty z•x

Pent, Neh.

HAMMOND &STEPHENS CO. Fremont, Nebraska


D. "W. GOOD •

=

The Dress Shop with n e w Sty] es every w eek

Dry Goods & Groceries Cold Meats

= NEBHASK..\ CITY

Phone 52

NEBIL

Pent, Nebr.

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THOMAS

CLOTHIN~~~

MEN'S AND BOY'S FURNISHINGS Only Exc lusive Men's Store -In-

NEBRASKA

NEBRASKA CITY "First with the Latest"

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Green Lantern

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Tasty Lunches

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Fountain Service

!

Mrs. Stover's Candies AUBURN, NEBR .

PHONE 249

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DR. F. M. TUSI-ILA PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

Office a t

Hospita l West of

New Postoffice .

lin o u td oor bu ll sessio n. Whe re's the bu ll ? O h, it's b een s ho t .

Res. Phone 11 -0ffi c e 107

Pa ge O ne Hu ndred Thu ty -seven


Congratulations To The Class of

1942

BANI( of PERU Member of Federal Deposit In surance Corporation

NEBRASKA

PERU

Spring Formal-The " H ow- Do- You - Do" l i n .:.

Be r ger, Evan s . harmoniz e.

and

De M aro

The Store with YOUNG IDEAS

The Modern Apparel Women's Ready-to-Wear ~~

908 Centra l

N eb r. City

t e m per·ed with hi g h s ta nda r·ds of quality and g ood s tor·ekeeJJin g. It 's our work t o bring yo u th e m er·chandise yo u want , all the time antic ip atin!! yo ur· d es ir·cs. That's wnrk we e nj oy!

Hires--Mission Orange Double Cola--Squirt Clicquot Club

Make Mil/(•r' s You r Home w h Pll in Uncoln

LOUIE HATHAWAY

yOUNG IDEAS -

Distributor

ffiillER

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PAinE

C a nd y Kitche n

Auburn. N ebr .


The Willsie label in caps and gowns is the sign of superior quality . . . of fine fabrics expertly hand-tailored for perfect fit and appearance . Willsie garments lend a note of distinction to graduation ceremonies, and Willsie's individual-package delivery prevents mix-ups. Willsie caps and gowns are preferred by leading schools and colleges throughout the nation. Paul R . Wills ie Co., Smith Bldg., Omaha, Nebr.

T. V. i n a calmer moment.

D on aId Billie Dean had a little lamb.

Wiltsie

Western Auto Associate Store TRUE TONE RADIOS WIZARD BATTERIES AUTO ACCESSORIES

Home Owned and Operated

to the

CLASS

of 1942

STEPHENSON SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. T Parh l'r s S up plit>.~

R. W . RAY Auburn

Con'JPalufalion:J

Nebraska

1008 (._HJE STREET-LINCOLN,

t

EHR.

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RED and WHITE STORE M. G. HEUER, Prop. PHONE I

PERU, NEBR.

E. C. McALEER, M. D. Auburn

Nebraska

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MILLS TEACHERS AGENCY Lincoln Nebraska

MARCUS CLOTHING STORE Auburn

Nebraska

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We are p re p a red to design fl owe rs for a II occas ion s L••t us mah•• y our

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NEBRASKA

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STAR BRAND SHOES For All th e Family ROLLIN S

HOSI ERY

Phon e 622 AUBURN

Page O n e H undred Forty

~

It

SHOE COMPANY

2:25-0ne down and three to go.

i i

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HILL

Courage girl s I The wo rs t is ye t to com e.

1

NE BRASKA


But that ain ' t u swim min ' o oo 1 Davy . 路 Stubb and

Joyc ~ .

Red and Pete.

A Handclasp Across th e Miles

LINCOLN LIBERTY LIFE INSl JR.ANCE COMPANY Lincoln, Nebraska J os. Albin- Pres ide nt

Class ' 10

H. L. Schwenker-Vice Pres. and Actuary

Cla~s

Ira Crook-Chairman of Board.

Cl a ss '11

' 15

WITH ALL

SINCERITY

It Is the Hope of the

STATE

AND

AUBURN

THEATRES AT AUBURN, NEBR. That the 1942 Seniors of P. S. T. C.

FIND SUCCESS, PROSPERITY AND HAPPIN ESS

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SCHOOl DAYS

ARE KODAK DAYS •

• An Album fi lied with Kod a k pi ctures beco m es a tre a s ure house t o be

visited long after sc hool d a ys are o ver.

Kodaks are priced to fit eve ry poc ke tboo k .

• •

EASTM AN KODAK STORE§ 1 122 1 0 Stree t

Page One Hundred Forty·two

Linco ln , N e bras ka

Inc~


"8 U Y

D E F E N S E

S T A M P S

AN D

8 0 N D S"

MUSIC HEADQUARTERS Of the Middle-west! PIANOS . .. ORGANS ... PHONOGRAPHS RADIOS ... SHEET MUSIC . . . RECORDS BANI) I NSTRUMEN T S Compl et e sto c k s of L esson Materi al for Te ac h e r s and Stud ents. Mail Ord ers w ill receiv e

o u r prompt attention.

' - - - - - ·' HOME OF THE STEINWAY P I A N O " - - - - •

SCHMOLLER & MUELLER OMAH A CO. BLUFFS

S I OUX CITY GRAI\ID I S L AND

LINCOLN SCOTTSBLUFF

H ouse Mother Russ"!!. Round- u p -time . . . chorus.

THE BUTTER-NUT FAMILY Ma11u.jactu.re d by

PAXTON A.ND GALLAGHER 01\IAHA, NEBRASKA

NEBRASKA CITY LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 414 C entt·a J Avenue

THE

DAVIS SCHOOL SERVICE W. T. D av is, Mgr. '06 1918·39

A sk yow· facul ty members about us.

NEB RASI<A C IT Y , NEBRASKA Phone 102

64·3 Stuart Bldg. Lincoln, Nebr.

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DABLING

TBANS~.,ER

-We Serve You FromK ANSAS CITY, ST . .JOSEPH, ATCHINSON, KA NSAS FALLS CITY, BEATB.ICE, LI NCOLN, OMAHA , NE BHASK A S hipm ents uj an y size

AUBU RN

N EBHASKA

Nice w ork Dic k.

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iB PERU

1942

~

LUMBER £0MI•ANY ~ Peter Holdorf, a Manager

~~~>=oJ;::.~~~~):::l>=l?~>=:u:::;:J;::i~~~~~~~>="~~~):::IJ:::I~ Paqe One Hundred

foriy -four


OMAHA'S Best Popular Priced Hotel 200 Modern, Fireproof, Newly Furnished Rooms Centrally Located at 19th and Farnam

Room with Private Bath . . Room with Private Toilet .

• • •

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$2.00 1.50

• Guests you refer to us wi II not be disappointed. We Guarantee Satisfaction.

CoNANT-SANFOR o HoTEL

BUTTON FRESHIE. Billie: "No w Ri l e y is that nice?"

"Phillips 66" Complete Service & Repair

BESCH GARAGE PERU

NEBRASKA

Bobcat stalks K earney but prey gets away.

Cl eaveland be fore the hot seat: 30 stro kes.

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BURLINGTON TRAILWAYS Route of the Luxurious

A/R-CONO/T/ON£0 DIESELINERS Enjoy the r estful comfort and safe, efficien Lservice of Bu rlington T rru lways b uses whenever you t ravel thruttgh the WPsl. Save your car and tires a nd go by bus ! Money-sav ing fa rPs wi ll leave you more to buy D efense Saving Stamps a nd Bond s. A nd wh en you ride Burlington 's Luxury '·DieseLiners" you ' ll e njo y highway travel's fin est-betwee n Omaha-Linco ln- De n ver-Sa iL Lake-California, be tween Omaha-C hi cago, or bel wcc:n Oma haS t. J oseph-Ka nsas City . When you go via " DieseL iner," yo u geL exira travel value al lowes t cosl.

EFFECTIVE THIS SUMMER New Air-Conditioned Buses will be in operation on All Thru Routes Ld us help yon plan yuur fWjllr ip - anywhere

Burlington BUS Depot E. E. APPLEGATE . Local Age n t

EARL'S CAFE, PERU

PHONE: 65

PERU CLEANERS AND TAILORS J . A. Cejk a

Phon e 62

DR. H. C. DALLAM D entist

P e ru

Phon e 32

N ebraska

STEVENSON PACKING CO. Nebraska City

Nebraska

E. Lo DECK & CO. Better Hardware Phone 49 PERU

We wondered who did th e

NEBRASKA

dirty

work- We mean who did the was h· ing up af te r the ' ' feas t .. ?


D. D. Stonecypher, M . D. Oculist and Aurist Nebrask a City, Nebraska

0. L. Little & Sons Champlin Gas & Oils Tractor Fuel & Fuel Oi Is Phone 51 Nebraska

Auburn Y ou can ' t fool u .;. Do broom i s only a front!

BARNES~

PHARMACY

School Supplies, Stationery Cosmetics, Magazines and Candy Our Soda Fountain Service Will Please You

THE REXALL STORE c

CARSON NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit路 Insurance Corporation

AUBURN

NEBRASKA

Page One Hundred Fo 1ty -seven


Manual Training. Womanual Trai:1ing .

Doc Sandin and his Jihythm Aces.

That gleam is only the sun in their eyes.

The balling Bobcats

They didn ' t know it was bein' too k . (l bet.) Food for thought; for a dream .

ice cream


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INDEX A.

. 39, 66 Acord, Bernice ..... 39, 82 Adam s, Catherine ..... 25, 84, 89 Adams, Corinne 47 Adamson. Carrie Ellen .. _ .................... 33 Adamson, Ruth . . . 46. 47, 87 Albers. Keith . .. 25, 72. 79, 87 Alberts, Fanny. .. 20 Albrecht. Norma .47, 92 Allen. Albert 25, 67, 89, 92. Anderson, Maurice 98, 104, 107 Anderson, Phoebe. ... 39 Annan, Murvel .... 80, 81 , 82 Applegate, Dorothy ..... . ....... .47 Argabright, Edwin . . .. .. 25 Arm strong, Dorothy . 33, 84 Armstrong, Iva .. .. ···- .... 33 Ash ton, Bob 24. 25, 66. 80. 81. 82, 83. 104 Atwood. George 33, 67, 71, 92, 94. 104, 107 B

Baker, B. K. ... .. 18, 72 Baker. janis 47, 66, 87 Baker, Korah. 87 Baker. Marjorie 47 Baker, Waveta . 47 Ballard. Virginia 47, 82 Banks, Earl 46. 47, 92, 104 Bargstadl, Merna . .. 79 Barkley, Mary Ellen. .... .47 Barnhouse, Augu s t 104 Barrett, Marcella. . . ............ 39, 79 Beal, Barbara 25, 66, 67, 70, 78, 82. 83, 84, 89 ... 39, 70 Beezley, Margaret . 18. 80 Benford, R. T. 47, 70, 81 Berger, Betty Lou 33. a: Berger, Bill 47, 79, 81 Berle tl , Rita Ann .. 104 Blocker, George 39, 66, 81 Bond, jean .... 25. 77 Boosinger, josephine 25, 66, 78, 84 Bouse, Haze l 47 Boyd, Max. 22 Brackney, Ida Mae. 18, 24, 84 Bradford. Arthur L. Brandl, Ruth G. ··············· ... 20 39, 66, 87 Bretthorst, Oscar ... ... 47, 66 Briant. Dorothy 33. 71. 72. 1oa Brier. Elaine . 39. 76 Briley, Elaine 20, 87 Brad, Ernest Broers , Me rli n R2 .. .. 17, 76 Brown, C . M. 47 Brown, Marjorie Bryan, Margaret . .48 Buhrmann, Wayne 32. 33. 66, 67. 76 Bundy, Eva Jane 33 Burgess, Louise .48 Burrows , Roberta 48 79 Bus h. Pauline 98, 100, 104, 10? Byers. Orthello

c Gacek. Donal d Callan. Clair

48, 81. 104 26, 71. 92. 93. 104. 106. 107 Carm ine. Ardis 34. 72. 77, 108 Carmine, Patricia 48. 80. 8! Carnahan, Doris 32. 34. 87 Carter. Hope 39. 70 Chn s t~n se n . Clarice 48 Chris te nse n. Ellen 48 Chris tiancy , Evelyn 39. 66. 83 Claybu rn . R. B. 23 C layburn . Be rtha 26. 66

Cleaveland, Alice Cleaveland, Wallace

. 82 46, 48. 80, 81. 82 Clements, Dick 38, 39, 66. 80. 81, 82. 89 Clements, S. L.. . 23. 66. 78 Clevenger, Ralph 81 Coatney, Lorene 48. 82 Colbert, Mason 48, 81 Cole, Betty Kathryn 26, 70, 76. 77 Collin, Betty Dee . 49 Conradi, josephine 49. 79 Copenhaver, Carol Mae 49. 66 Cowell, LaVergn e 49. 71 Cramer, Bi ll. 104 Crouse, Ruby Ann 49 49 Cudney, Viola D Dahlke, Helen 39. 66. 83 26, 67, 69, 76. 85 Dallam. Harold Davidson, Phyl lis 20. 103 Dean, Donald 26. 71, 94. I 07 Dean. Marjorie 26 Dean, Thomas 26, 71, 72 Dell, Ila 49 PeLong, Phyllis 49. 33 Delzell. Mary 21 DeMaro, Tony 39, 79, 80. 81 Diddel, Norma 23, 87 Dooli ttle, Betty 39 Dressler, Barbara J. 39. 66, 8! Dreeszen, Vincent 26. 67, 71. 76 Drexler, Freddie 40, 68. 70. 71. 81, 82. 87, 89. 98. I06 Dunning, !nice M. 16, 70. 74. 78. 85 E

Ege, Wilbur Epley, Twildi Evans, Victo r

79, 92, 94, 107 ·10 ..19

F Fenders, Reube n

32, 34. 67. 71 . 85. !J9 Fankhauser, William 27, 70. 78, 80. 81. 82, 87 Faulhaber, Marie 19. 79 Faus t, Lowell 104 Fehr, Mildred 49, 66, 80, 81 Ficke, Noeline 49 Filmer, Wayne 27, 83. 104 Finnell, Lois 49 Fisher, Harold 20 49, 87 Fishwood, Hom e r Floyd, Rex 24, 92, 94 Fog le, Vivian 34, 74, 85 Frantz, Lucille 49 Freese, Hil da 49, 79 Frehse, Dorothy .. 50 Friedly, Marj orie 40. 72, 82 Fruehling, Erwin . 72, 76 Fulton, Beatrice 40 Fulton, Lois 40 G

Gard, Blanche 21 34, 37 Gardner. Letha Gebhard. Violet 50, 79, 83 Geiger, Maxine 40. 79 Gess, Norma june 50. 79 Gockley, Elmo 21 Good, Joan 27 Goodridge, Margaret 40, 66. 80 Graham. Robert 104 Graham, Wanda Pearl 40 Graves, Jean 50 Gre fe, Robert 40, 67. 79. 87. 92 Gridley, Bill 46. so. 101

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Griffin, G eorge Gross. Ethel . Grov es. Rhl ene Gubse r. Vade

50 50 34, 77, 83 H

79, 10-1 -!0 50. 66. 81 40. 81 34, 76 40. 8 1. 106 so. 66 40 50. 92 51. 66. 80, 8! 40. 71, 81. 92. 94. 98. 100. 104. 107 Hanks . Dorothy 40. 38 Hanlon, Netti e 41 Hannah. Kei th 98. 101. 104, 107 Harding, Cliffo rd 76 Harvey, France:> I9 Havel. Lillian 34. 66. 72. 76. 85 Hay e.;, Es the r Jeane 51 Hays , Helen 51, 66 Ha"fs, Ralph 68 Ha yward . E. H 20. 7! Hector. Rrnol d 41. 68 Henderson. Ro bert 92, 95, I 06, I 07 Henningsen. Margare t 22 Heuke, Ray 79 Hiatt. Charl e!; 98. 101. 104. 107 Hicks , Marion 92, 104 Hil eman. Mary 21 Hine line. Luti e jane 41. 87 Hi nes. Pe arl 41 . 92. 95. I 04. 107 Hinman. Charles 41. 82. 87 Hinman. Ve ra 51 Hoagland. je an 35. 67 Hobbs . Ru ssell 98, 102. 104 Horton. Mary 27. 70. 77. 83. 84 41. ~I Howard, Dale Howe. )arn e.; 41 . 66. 67. 82 Hubbe ll. Tad 71. 76, 87. 98 Huck. C . R. "' 21, 67 41 Hue y. james Hull. Vera 41 , 83 Hunzeker, Willard 76. 80. 81, 82 Hurl burt, Ella Mae 27, 66, 78. 87 Hutton. Luthe r 92. 95, 98. 102, 104 107 Haack. Al vin Hacker, Evelyn Haaan. Eudora Hafl. Eleanor Hall. Myrton Hall. Rollin Hall. Valoi s Hamel, Elda Handl e y, Boyd Handl e y. jea n Handl ey, Wend el

27. 7G Jac kso n. Max 4 I , 67. 7 1. I 04 jame s. Robe rt 41. 82 je nkins . Ha rold 41, 108 je nse n, Hel en Lou je nse n, Mary C o llin 24. 27. 77, 87, 89. 103 Jimer son. l A. 16. 79. 87 Jimerson, Mary S hirl e y 46. 5 1. 66. 80. 81, 82 27. 66. 83 Jimerso n, Me redith 18, 80. 81 Jindra. V. H. 82 jo hnson. Sidney 38, 41. 66. 67. johnson, Virgi e Lee 71 , 76. 84. 89 20. 92. 98. 104. 107 jones, Rrthur 92. 104 )ones. Da le 5 1. 92. 104 )on es, Dean 28. 84. 89 jones. Nancy Ellen 51 . 79. 82 )uilfs . Naomi K

Kane !. Nina 35. 66. 69. 76 . 84. (Kean. joh n 41. 74 , Ke lly. Josephi n e Ke nne d y. Be tty !JI . 80. 81 . 82.

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INDEX Kennedy, Ruth Kenton, Pea rl Ktburz. Gre tchen 41 . 66. King , Ellen 35, King. Vtrgtnta 28. 78, 83, 8-l . Ki ng solver. Rtchard 28. Kirk, Emile P Knut son. Herbert 28. 67. 78. 85. Konag. Selma 19.

51 19 81 89 88 66 ?.3 87 85

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Lars on. A V La rson. Leo n o re Lathro p , Dixwell Leigh. Katherine Leonard. Dorothy Lien e mann. Donald Lind e r. Mounce Link , Marguerite Liv ing s ton. Jerry Locke:. Ralph Ludvtk , G e rald anc Lum . Ccho Elat n e Lyr.ch. Nelda

23. 38. 7'}. 51 . 80. 81. B~ 51. 87, 92. 104 35. 7'J. 4 1, 66. 76. s l 79, 82 68. 72. 92. 95 42 42. 92. 10-l 35. 85. 88. I O·l 51. 66, /9 42. 66, 82 51 . 66

Me 87 McAl exander. Robert McAnd!e,;,;, Arltn 01 Mc Ardle, Betty Jean 42. 66. 81 , 82 35 McCarty, Jerolyn 21 McCollum. El izabeth 52. 108 McFadden. Genevieve McGinni s. Rose 28. 85 McKenney, Melvin 42, 71, 80. 81 McNall y, William 28. 72. 92 M

Macomber. Harold 35. 81 Mag n eson. LaVe rne 35, 79 Mangold. Anna 28. 79, 87 52, 66 Mann s chre ck. Mary 42. 70, '/4 Man s fi eld. Ma rgare t 22. 70 Mars h. Genevie H 52. 32 Mars ha ll . Donna Lee Mars ha ll. Wal ter 52. 71. 80. 81. ~?. 22 Martin. Florence 21 Ma son. Isabel , Mason. Lyl e 92, 95 Maso n. Mildred 42, 66. 80, '31 1\2 Ma s tin , Hele n 23 Math ews, L. B. Maxw ell. Harriet 70. 82 17, 78 Maxwell, P. A. 52 Ma yfie ld. The lma 42. 66, 'l4, 85, 103 Meier, Dore e n .52 Me tz. Dori s Meyer, Richard 42. Mill er, Be tty Jean 36, 66, 70, 74. 77, 82. 84 52 Mill er, Lu ci ll e 23 Mille r, W . T. 42, 81, 82 Mil le r. Wilma 'i9 Mohr, Lucill e Moneypen ny , Lavina 36 52, 66, 87 Monroe, Richard .52 Moore, Marjori e Moore. Marjorie K. 42, 66 Moore. Robert 18. 69, 89 28, 77, 83 More lock. Manna Lee 36, 67 Morri s. Robe rt 29, 66, 70, 78, Mu e n chau. Grace 83. 84. 89 32 Mulder. Mon a Ann N Nes por. Elmer 42, 66. 79, 92, 104 New ton. Mabe l 52. 70 Nis p e l, Alt hea 29. 74. 76. 77. 78, 73 Ni s pe l, Ire ne 42. 66. 67, 76, 79 Nordbroc k, Claude t!Z Nor ton, Geo rqe 68

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Oakley, LaVere 36, 66. 70, 82, 83 Oakman. Robert 43, 68, 76, 92, 107 O ' Brien, Keith 52. 92 O 'Dell, Robert .. 52 Odlaug, Th e ron 18. 07 Oetken, Verona 43, 66. 76. 33 Offerman, Betty Jo 43. so O ttersberg , William 52 p

Palmer. Nona 19, 83 67, 92, 106 Parks, Wayne Pas cal, Richard 43, 98. 102. 104, 107 Pate, W. R. . 16 Pat te rson, Je anne . 52 Pe te rs on, Ferne 29, 70, 77, 82 Pete rson , Grace 20 Petri . Les ter .79 'IS Prine. Maqorie Pruitt, Be tty 53 R

Rachow , William 68, 92, 96. 107 Raw son, C e cil 29, 72 23, 72 Raw son, Ernes t Ray , Bess 43 43. S7, 92 Ra y, James 53 Re agan . Jan e t Redding , Ruby 103 Reutter, Eldon 43, 68, 87 Rhodes. He len 43, 67 Rhodu s. John 24. 29, 83. 92. I 04 Riley , Bette Anne 53, 66. 79, 82 Roberts, Kei th 36, 92, 96, 107 Robison, Ruth 43 43, 72, 82, 84 Rockwell, Patricia Rodgers. Eve lyn 43 Rogers. He len 43 53, 81 Rohrs. Kenneth Ronhovde, Arthur 43, 92. 96, 98, 103, 104, 107 70, 88 Rose. Rogene 22 Ru ssell. Ruth Ru ssell, Wilma 43 Ruzicka , Adal ene 53. a2

s Sa franek, Lorraine . 43. 66. 72 Sandfort. Luci le 30. 66. 67, 80. 3?. Sandin. Ja mes 36, 71, 79. 80 Saville, He len Jean . 30, 69. 84 Sayer, Wayn e 53 Schacht, Hil da . 53 Schaefer, Blanche .. 4ol Schmelze r. Percy 82. 92. 96. 104, 107 Sch neider, Bette 44. 66. 9..\ Schreiner, Gilbert 36, 67 , 104 Sch uld t, Shirley 44, 74, 81 Schu lz. Mi lton. 36, 87 Scisco, Mary Loui se .. 53 Scott , Be lva 53, 82 Scott, Bette Jane 37. 81. 82 Scrimsher, Ardeith 44, 72 Sears, Betty .53 Sehnert, Lloyd 30. 71. 76. 98. I 07 Shafer. Nedra Jane .83 Sharpe, Cl inton 23, 76 Sh imonek, Nel son 46. 54, 80. 8 1. 82 Sims, Vivienne 54. 103 Slagle, Annetta 30. 87 S lagle. Dean 30, 67, 82 S lagle. Evelyn 80, 82 S lagle . Mi lda 37, 87 Sm id t, Wilma 79 Sm ith . De an 54 Sm ith , Jared 37

Smith, Jesse . .. . .. 30, 72 Smith, Robert 30, 72, 92, 97, 107 Snider, Jock 44, 71, 80. 81, 82. 92, 106 Snow, Harold ................. ..... 81 Soh!. Shirley .......................54, 81 Solleder. Ruth ..................... 44 Spicer, Hazel . . . 44 Stork, Donald 37, 68, 92, 97, 104, 107 Stark, Joyce 44, 70 Steck. G. H. IS Steffen. Donna 54. 80. 81 Stepanek, Velma .. . ............. 54 Steuteville, Genevieve. . . .. .. 38. 44 Stevenson, Ma ry . .. ..37, 87 Stiers, Margaret . 30. 66, 76. 78. !l5 Stoner, G€roldine 44, 66. 76 Strasburg, Theodore .. . .31. 67 Strauss. Ernest ..... . ... 72 Sweetland, Paul. 21, 67, 68 T

Tanner, Arthur . 54 Teachman, Dorothy 31, 66. 83, 85.89 Tear, Grace 17, 46, 78, 85 ..... 54, 79 Thiltges, Ilene Thomas. Mary Ellen ..... ....... 44 46, 54, 82 Thomson, Alice 17, 76 Thorson. Winston B. . 44, 72 Townsend, Marguerite Tyler, ). W. 18 37, 68, 80, 81 Tynan. Isabel

u Ut ermohlen, Billie Dean

44. 66

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Vohs. Norma .. Vos icky, Lydia.

w Waggoner, Patricia 37 Wagner, Clarice 44 Wagoner, Lois 44, 77 Walker, Arl ene 54 Wall. lola .. 54 Weare, Edna 22, 77 Weber, Lucille 54 Wehrmann. Dennis 54, 66, 76, 87 Wei ler, Marjorie Ann .. 55, 83 West, Marjorie 19, 83 Wheeler, A. G . 20, 92, 98, I 04, I 07 Whitfield. Marion .45, 72 White, Duane 45, 92, 97, 98, 103. 107 Wiedeman, Glee 45. !>7 Wieder, Sara 55 Wilkinson, Chris tine 38, 45, 66, 67, 70, 76. 103 31, 66, 67, 70. 79 Will ey , Edith Wii liams . Blair . . 55 Williams, Edit h 55, 66 Wil liams , Ro ber t 31 Willmann, Edwinnie 37. toa Winter, J. M. 18 Wirth. Carl 32. 37. 67. 76, 78. 87 55 Wirthele, Doris Wischmeier, Marjorie 72 Witte, Ruth 55 Woods, Billy 55, 66, 76. 83, 87 Wylie, Helen 45, 79 y

Yates, Lola Yocum, Orville

45, 81 , 82 92, 97, 98, 103. 104, 107 York, Edward 104 Young, Alwyn 31, 72. 92. 97, 107 Young, Mae Jane 45

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