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W. N. DELZELL.
Graduated by Nebraska State Normal. 1894. Student University of Michigan. Assistant editor of Nebraska Teacher. Professor of department of business princples and commerce, instructor in mathematics, Nebraska State-Normal, 1905.
N. A. BENGSTON, B. E., A. B.
Graduated by Nebraska State Normal. 1902. High school principal, St. Paul, 1902-1903. Student Cornell University, 1904. Graduated bv University of Nebraska, 1907. Associate professor physical sciences in Nebraska State Normal, 1903.
Graduated by Nebraska State Normal. 1898. Teacher in graded work three years. Librarian Nebraska State Normal. 1905.
ANNE M. GOSHEN, A. B., B. S.
Graduate of West Chester Pennsylvania State Normal School and University of Michigan. Post-graduate of Stanford University, California. Professor in department of pedagogy in Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
PEARL S. KELLEY
Teacher in public schools. Critic teacher in primary department of model school. Nebraska State Normal. Peru.
ESTHER A. CLARK. A. M.
Graduate of the National Normal University. Lebanon, Ohio, and of the University of Nebraska. Graduate student of Yale University. Teacher of English in N. N. U., teacher of Latin in N. N. U. Professor of Latin language and literature in the Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
Student at Western Normal College and University of Chicago. Teacher in Neligh and Albion public schools. Critic teacher in grammar department of training school. Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
J. M. HOWIE, A. M.
Student and instructor in Penmanship and drawing in Southern Iowa Normal School, 1887-1889. Student and instructor in penmanship and drawing in Cotner University, 1891-1893. Principal of commercial department of Cotner University, 1893-1894. Student and assistant in mathematics in University of Nebraska. 1894-1895. Graduate student and assistant in mathematics at University of Wisconsin, 1895-1897. Instructor of mathematics in Eau Claire High School. Wisconsin, 1897-1898. Professor of mathematics in Nebraska State Normal School, 1898.
J. W. SEARSON, A. M., A. B.
Graduated by University of Nebraska, A. B., 1896. Fellow department European history. University of Nebraska, 1896-1898. Acting principal Pender High School and head of department European history, Lincoln High School, 1899. Superintendent Wahoo public schools, 1899-1905. Secretary Nebraska Superintendents’ and Principals’ Association, 1901. President of the same, 1903. Vice-President N. E. A.. 1904. President State Teachers’ Association, 1905. Professor of English and literature, Nebraska State Normal. 1905.
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L. D. SCHERER
University of Washington, winning foot ball fame. University of Chicago. Played at guard on the famous Chicago foot ball team. Member of the Spokane Athletic Association, winning first medals on shot-put, discus-throw, hammer-throw, and first prize in hammer-throw at the Canadian meet. Instructor in physical training at the Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
Graduate of Illinois Central Normal School, Lewiston, Illinois, and University of Nebraska School of Music. Student at Mount Saint Joseph’s College, Dubuque, Iowa, and University of Nebraska. Teacher in rural schools, graded schools of Beaver City, Arapahoe and Lincoln, Nebraska, and Junior Normals. Critic teacher in model school in Nebraska State Normal.
W. L. FRENCH, B. S., B. E.
Graduated by Nebraska State Normal, 1897. Graduated by University of Nebraska, 1906. Student Ames Agricultural College, Iowa. Principal of High Schools, Trenton, Orleans, Blue Springs. Associate professor of biological sciences in Nebraska State Normal, 1903.
G. H. ALLER, A. B.
Doane College. Studied professional work under Fred Roote of Chicago.
H. B. King of South Dakota, W. F. Gates of California, Grant Gleason of Chicago, G. B. Lampcrti, Berlin, Grorani Sbriglia, Paris. Private work. Musical instructor of Franklin Academy. Peru Normal, department of music.
HERBERT BROWNELL. B. S.. B. E.
Student Colgate Academy. Graduated by Oswego State Normal, New York. Post-graduate student Oswego State Normal. Graduated by Hamilton College.
B. S. Ten years teacher in New York and Rhode Island schools. Professor of physical sciences in Nebraska State Normal, 1893.
MATTIE COOK ELLIS
Graduate of Winona State Normal. Minnesota. Teacher in Omaha public schools and critic teacher in Nebraska State Normal. Instructor in history in Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
Graduate of Emerson College, Boston; School of Expression, Boston, and Columbia College of Expression, Chicago. Teacher in De Kalb. Illinois, and Illinois State Normal. Professor of expression in Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
KATHERINE L. WOODS, A. B.
Graduate of Nebraska State Universitv. Teacher of Latin and English in Plattsmouth High School and principal of Madison High School. Associate professor of Latin in Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
LOUISE W. MEARS, B. E., A. B.
Graduate of Nebraska State Normal. Harvard University, University of Chicago, University of Minnesota. Teacher in Minnesota State Normal. Made special travels for geological purposes in Alaska and Europe. Training teacher in Nebraska State Normal, Peru.
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