Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1909

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LENA STEIN BAUGH Here is an enthusiastic Kindergarten Senior from Dodge. Nebr. She lias been a very successful primary teacher for five years and her work here has been full of life and energy. She has studied at the Fremont Normal one semester and her two years here have been profitably spent. She is strong in her line of work and her love for the children is equalled only by her interest in the work. HILDA WILKE Everett: Athletic Association Miss Wilke is a graduate of the Omaha High and has taken the two-year course here. She has taught three years in Douglas county and intends to teach after her graduation here. EMMA SCHAEKEL Philomathcan Miss Scliackcl is a graduate of the Beatrice High School and has been a member of the Normal class of ’09 for two years. She is usually so busy writing daily plans and attending conference that she has found no time to give us any information concerning her Tormcr modes of life. She finds boys uninteresting, except those who come to the dormitory parlor, and she looks upon them as curiosities. FERN BRADBURY Philomathcan; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A. This little wood-flower comes from Ncligh. Nebr., and has taught five years in Antelope, county. She has been here a little more than a year, long enough to become an enthusiastic lover of Peruvian scenery. The woods give her much pleasure, but she enjoys most of all the flowery “Knoll” which is nearly always in sight. It will do you worlds of good just to sec her smile. Thit ty-fight

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JAMES A. EASTWOOD Philomathcan; Ciceronian; Charter Member Promoters’ Club; Kearney Debates Liberty. Neb., may well be proud of this son who has always been an honor and inspiration to that community where lie lived and graduated. Then followed a rather uneventful four year period of teaching in rural schools. By this time others were beginning to note his remarkable strong teaching qualities, and he was called to he principal of the McCool schools. One year there and two years as principal at Barnston have shown his ability in the profession and his graduation this spring, after two years spent here, have prepared him for any position. Mr. Eastwood is popular with students and faculty of Peru, and his personality is a pleasing one which makes itself felt wherever lie goes. C. W. SMITH President Everett; Y. M. C. A., President; Normalite; Business Manager Peruvian; Promoters’ Club. Secretary and Treasurer; Kearney Debates A young man from Laurel, of exceptional ability and high moral, intellectual, and spiritual qualifications. A promoter of all that is good. Graduate of Inman High school with a teaching experience of two years; one at Pilger, one at Harrison. One year at Wayne Normal and two years and two summer schools at Peru have here developed a man of those sterling qualities which demand success. His patience is great as shown in his present position as our Business Manager. Superintendent Grafton Schools, '09-' 10 GLENN I). JENKINS Editor in Chief of Peruvian, ‘09; Pres. Everett; Yell Leader Senior Class; Y. M. C. A.; Athletic Association; Normalite Board; Charter Member Promoters’ Club; Ciceronian, '08; Assistant Physical Science And the half has not been told, but for lack of space it must suffice for the present; you will read all aliout his phenomenal success a few years lienee. His name will become a household word, and every ’09er will he proud to say that they knew him in school days when he pegged away at the Peruvian, Vol. II. lie is a strong student and a good mixer. He has taught one year in his home town. Stella, Nebr. He is generally conceded to be a cool fellow, who weighs a thing carefully, but several times during the past year he has taken a "Risk.” He has been unharmed, though, and this fact is only another proof of his good judgment. Principal Central City High School, ’09-’io C. B. MOORE President Senior Class; Philomathcan; Baritone, Normal Quartette; Y. M. C. A., President, ’06-’07; Missouri Debating Squad; Assistant in English Department and Biological Laboratory; Promoters’ Club To be exceedingly "Frank” with you this is C. B. Moore, our worthy Class President. A few years ago found him a bright-eyed little boy at Oakdale, Nebr., but such talent as was here found was not to be long hidden and consequently we see him first a teacher in the rural schools, attending immediately afterward the Normal three years; Principal of the Callaway schools, ’o7-'oX, and again joining the ’09s for his Senior year. Mr. Moore is a young man of that unimpeachable character which no penman can describe and his work among the young men of the school and state as a Y. M. C. A. worker can only be measured by the lives of those who have come under his influence. He is a man of sterling qualities whose presence always demands respect and whose capabilities always bring him success. 0 . c , . , Superintendent Osceola Schools, 09- 10 Thirty-se: m

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W. L. BEST Y. M. C. A.; Everett; Dramatic Club; President Ciceronian one semester Mere is such a composite of sobriety, dignity and industry that we bow in awe and ask where it came from. The Best in the Senior'class came from Tedda, Okla., and taught two years at Dakota City. Me is a model of conduct, and looks with haughty disdain upon our antics when our spirits rise too high. lie is a champion dish-washer and nurse-girl, and can fill such positions when not teaching school, lie hopes to have a long list of letters after his name some day and he able to squelch some of the upstarts who have interrupted his bursts of oratory at Everett business meetings. JULIA M. VAN DRILL Vice-President 'oo: X. C. A. President ’08; Everett; German Club; Editor Normalitc; Missouri Debating Squad Miss Van Driel stands out as one of the strongest members of our class. She comes from the Malmo schools, has taught six years, and has attended the Normal two and a half years. She has attended the Fremont Normal for one year. She is one of the editors of this volume and has contributed largely to its success. Her pleasing personality and her accomplishments have won for her many friends in Peru. Her favorite expression is “Oh, stung!” and no one can make those two words so fraught with meaning as she. LOUISE SEGELKE Philomathean; Ladies’ Octette; Assistant Literature Department; Society Editor Peruvian Miss Segelke’s arrival last fall was heralded with joy by those who knew of her ability as a soloist. Her charming voice and pleasing manners won her a place among the students at once. She has lived up to our expectations and will he missed from musical circles here when she goes out to teach. She is interested in the song of birds, the hum of bees and the “Russel” of the Whi(c)tficlds. C. W. KNOLL Philomathean; Athletic Association; Peruvian Staff, Assistant Business Manager C. W. is a graduate of the Crete High School, and has studied one year at Doanc and one at Peru. When questioned as to his former life, he said he had spent fifteen years behind the plow. His exhaustive research on the subject of “Ferns” has been edifying to him and enjoyable to others who have watched its progress. Mr. Knoll has been elected to the superintendence of the Blue Springs schools for the coming year. Thirty-nine

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