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EDNA SNELL Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association; German Club Miss Snell is a graduate of the Omaha High, and that together with her two years at the Normal is of invaluable use to her. She is teaching at present at Benson, Nebr., having gone to that place at the beginning of the spring term.
IT. K. MITT ON Philomathcan; Cicero; Dramatic Club President; Debates; Hand Mr. Mitton is a young man from Adams, Nebr., who came back with us after a year’s, absence to complete the course which lie knew would satisfy his taste. He is a fine cor-; nctist and wins much admiration from such, but somehow or other the girls don’t seem t find much of an invitation to come into his company, hence lie is generally lonely. He wor laurels in the Kcarncv debate.
ELSIE II. GUSS
Y. W. C. A.; Everett Society Miss Guss has taught for six years, and at present is teaching at Wayne, Nebr., but will be here to graduate with the class of ‘09. She has attended Peru two years and is a graduate of Ilartington High School. Miss Guss has the professional teaching spirit and will “make good” as a teacher.
MINNIE KNUDSEN Y. W. C. A.; Everett; Athletic Association Miss Knudson comes from Page, Nebr. She is very sober and strikes terror to the
She has attended Grand Island one year and has been lairdressing and cats.
hearts of those who offend her. here for three years. Her hobby is hairdressing and cats.
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EDNA MILLAY Athletic Association; Everett Edna, the little girl from Springview, is an “old timer” in the class, having been here for four years. She has never taught but her practice teaching has been such that her plans nearly always return with a red V. G. on them. The school which secures her services will lx- fortunate indeed.
BURT IS KENNEDY German Club; Octette; Basket-Ball Team, ’o8, ’oq; Athletic Association Secretary Burtis from Brownville is the girl who plays basket-ball. She is strictly in it when the game is at its highest pitch, and she was also the twirler in our Senior girls' baseball team. She is a German student of marked ability. She has spent five years in this school, and that is the best recommendation that can lx given to any person.
GRACE BARBEE Y. W. C. A.; Philomathean -Miss Barbee has had professional training in the Collegiate Institute at Campbellville. Kentucky. She has taught one term, and has been here one year. She has an aversion for the opposite sex as they interfere with her business. Her home is at Syracuse, Ncbr.
AMELIA WEHRS Seward Club; Philomathean; Athletic Association; German Club Miss Wcltrs is little—but. Oh my! She has taught seven years in Seward county, has attended the state Uni. two years, and Peru Normal one year. She was on the girls’ squad which debated at Kearney and is a talker from Talkersville. She is not afraid to express her opinion on all subjects and is frank in all her dealings.
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HENRIETTA KEES Philomatlican; Dramatic Cllib; Athletic Association Miss Kees is a graduate of the Nebraska City High and has spent two years here at the Normal. She is fond of a good time and thinks dorm, rules arc too strict. She is very partial to chewing gum and candy, since she has found someone to provide it for her. She loves Evcr(y)soul.
IDA GERTRUDE TYLER Philomatlican; Athletic Association Miss Tyler is a dark-eyed lass who made her appearance here as a Senior last fall. She has taught successfully for three years. She is a graduate of the Auburn High School. She is a strong student, and her specialty is Romeo and Juliet, in which she seems very much interested.
MYRTLE YOCAM Everett; Athletic Association; German Club; Senior Basket-Ball Team Myrtle rolled in here one morning just after her graduation at Falls City and asked if she might enter the Senior class. We received her with open arms, and since then she has adorned one of the rows in chapel every morning when she didn’t sleep too late to make her appearance. She has a deep interest in mines and considers Peru “Cole” very valuable.
RUTH W. MOORF.
Miss Moore's chief characteristic is the satisfied look she always wears. She is a Gage county teacher and a successful one. She is a good story-teller (so the children say) and loves cats. She is trying the self-boarding scheme, all of which goes to indicate what her future will he.
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