Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1909

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 46 of 254
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Page 46 text:

 JKSSIK WILKINS Miss Wilkins has been with u. only a short time, but she seems to be full of life and energy. She has the appearance of one who would make a success as a teacher. EMMA L.. FERGUSON. Philomathean; Athletic Association Miss Ferguson, when at home, is at Hebron. She is a graduate of the Hebron High School, and has taught two years. She is quiet and never has to be watched. She is very fond of light hair, and so is “he.” She speaks with Frank (ness), always. OLGA M. GEREKE Philomathean; Athletic Association; Trustee Dramatic Club; Seward Club Two summer terms and one year at the Normal with an additional three years’ experience as teacher of country schools and in the Seward schools, and one summer term in the State University, have made Miss Olga Gcreke. of Seward, Ncbr., one of our most efficient students, especially in the English department. Miss Gcreke is a genius in every line except one and if she is not careful her gray locks will prevent her being so successful in the all important realm of matrimony as one would naturally predict for one of such a disposition as she. Of course she is a worker and lives at the Dorm, which in part accounts for such negligence. HELEN TRACE Everett; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club Miss Trace comes from Dorchester High School originally, and has spent two years in Doanc College, so is a valuable addition to the class. She is a Mt. Vernon girl. Nuf scd. If you wish to remain a friend of hers, do not question her in regard to her weight. She won laurels for herself as the aunt in an Everett play last fall. •’ » »•- «•«

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 4K MYRTLE IIIETT Pliiloniathcan; Dramatic Club, Trustee; Y. W. C. A. Miss I licit is a teacher o( several years’ experience, having taught in Sidney, where she graduated. She has attended the University of Nebraska for a short time, and has been here for one and one half years. She is very sedate and her serious look is caused by hours of contemplation on the whims and vagaries of the sterner sex. NELLIE DORSEY Y. W. C. A., President; Dramatic Club Miss Dorsey is a strawberry blond from Marquette, Nebr. She has taught eight years in this state and in Montana, and has attended Fremont Normal one term and the Peru Normal four and one half years. She is always busy and likes to have everything done just so. The color of her hair may give you some slight clue as to her disposition. Her chief hobby is wearing a cap and gown. , Havelock High School, ?oq-To BERTHA I. SCHICK.' President Seward Club; Pliiloniathcan; German Club Miss Schick, of Seward, is an experienced teacher who has made her presence felt during the two years she has spent here. She has been a student at Fremont for one year, and excels Socrates himself when it comes to questioning. She would make a success as a lawyer. TILLIE ANDERBF.RY Y. W. C. A.; German Club Miss Anderherv’s home is at Wakefield, but she is a graduate of the Minden schools where she afterwards taught successfully for four years. She is very dignified, but those who know her best say that that “Don’t-touch-mc” air is only assumed. She has one questionable habit—that of walking down to the river before breakfast. Fot ty-ons



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W. T. HAkKINGTON Cicc roni an—Sec ret a ry Mr. Harrington lias taught for five years in the public schools of the state. He has attended Tarkio College, Mo., one year. Here is a man who is patient and persistent and will make his mark in the world. He is heartily opposed to woman suffrage. (He is married.) This belief of his is the only obstacle to our thorough appreciation of him as a man. BLANCHE PAUL Philomathean; Dramatic Club Blanche lives at Cambridge, Ncbr. She graduated from the Cambridge High School, and taught four successful years. She entered our ranks as a Junior. During her Senior year she was the star pitcher of the Senior girls’ baseball team. She is one of the strong Kindergarten Seniors. C. F. Me A DAM S Everett; Athletic Association; Band; Brass Quartet Forrest is one of those loyal Seniors who have grown up from infancy to the position where they might at last be called members of the 09s. He is an excellent, very “Hanson" young man who is worthy of highest compliments both as a social leader and an athlete. .IONA V. SHICK Kvcrctt: Athletic Association Iona first opened her eyes at Stella, Nebr., and has been opening and shutting them there ever since, until she decided to come to Peru two years ago. Since that time she has been with us, and though she is not very tall, she is one of the inseparable twins. She is out of sorts with practice teaching and is counting the days until lesson plans will be a thing of the past. For tv-1 ht ft

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