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MILDRED ANDERSON Philoinathcan; Sc vard Club . Miss Anderson always tends strictly to her own business, but she is a member of the Seward Club, which leads us to believe that she is not always so serious as a first glance at her countenance might indicate. She is an experienced teacher and has spent one year in the Denver Normal. Her home is at Milford.
MINNIE D. SALE Y. W. C. A.; Everett; Dramatic Club Minnie’s home is at Holdregc and she came away down here to attend this wonderful school of which she had heard for years. She has taught the young hopefuls near Wilcox for a year. She looks with haughty disdain upon all hoys and wonders of what use they can be.
ELLEN WAHLSTROM Philoinathcan; Athenian; Athletic Association; Y. V. C. A.; Normalitc Board; Senior
This modest little Swedish maid is a product of Luther Academy, Wahoo. She has spent two years at the Normal and has made a host of admiring friends. She is a fine student, a logical thinker and a tireless worker. She is a firm believer in woman’s rights and semi-monthly she may be heard expounding her theories in Everett Hall before a sympathetic audience. We predict success for her, no matter what her future work.
VESTA LIVELY Athenian
Miss Lively is just what her name and sparkling brown eyes would lead one to believe. She is fond of a good time, and work also, in its turn. She is an Athenian, and a worker in that organization. She believes in helping the downtrodden members of her own sex.
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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.
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BERTH A KESLING V. W. C. A.; Philomathc.au; Athletic Association: Dramatic Club Bertha’s twinkling eyes indicate that she is a lover of fnn and usually has a good time. She is a kindergartner. and seems perfectly at home in the midst of the morning circle of little tots. Her home address is Elgin. N'ehr. She has attended the Normal four years without having fallen desperately in love more than a dozen times.
L. NEMAHA CLARKE Chorus
Miss Clarke has been in school here for three years. She has taught eight years, and is a teacher of remarkable capability. She has done all of her teaching in Nemaha county— indeed, her name is Nemaha.
Philomathcan: Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A. (Recording Secretary); Peruvian Staff Dora Andrus is such a modest young lady that it was with great difficulty that we gathered even a few facts about her life. Her home is at Wahoo. She taught school three years previous to her arrival in Peru, September 21. 1907. She has been here ever since, and expects to launch forth as a first class teacher next fall.
KATHERINE HANKS Dramatic Club; Everett “Kate." as she is commonly called, is one of our jollicst girls, though serious moments conic when she sees a private conference staring her in the face. She has been in the Peru Normal for five years. She is a good reader, and has often entertained us with her selections. She will graduate from the Department of Expression at the end of summer school this year.
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