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BLANCHE B. WORLEY Miss Worley is a graduate of the Western High School. She has studied here two years and during that time has proved to he a live factor in school affairs. She is a debater, and conies from Western.
MYRTLE E. REED Philomathean: German Club; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club.
Miss Reed is a tall Kindergarten Senior, who takes the little tots out for nature study talks and walks, altho she herself is more interested in mineralogy, and has an excellent specimen of “Zink.” She has lived here since long, long ago, and is a Normal school product, having been in that department for four years.
ADA O’CONNOR N. C. A. Vice-President Miss O’Connor comes from Fremont, Nebr. She has attended the Fremont Normal and has been here two years. She has had some experience in teaching and is adding to her fund of knowledge by her work in the practice school. She is tall and stately and is generally busy at work in the library at her German or next weekly plan.
ELLA BUCKEN DORF German Club; Athletic Association Miss Buckendorf made her first bow here one and one half years ago. She has taught for two years and intends to continue the good work next year. Her home is at Norfolk and we have learned recently that she is extremely proud of “Jewells” and believes in the ultimate triumph of the Good.
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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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MAMIE MASEK Y. VV. C. A.; Athletic Association Miss Masck, a graduate of the Omaha High, is a serious minded girl who is always on time at conferences, never cuts class, and grinds out lesson plans at will. She has been here two years and expects to teach next year. She is very fond of dormitory pie.
A. MARY DITTMER Y. W. C. A.; Everett Secretary; Athletic Association; Captain Senior Basball Team;
Associate Editor Peruvian; Athenian; Assistant Physical Science Department From Mindcn, Ncbr. A graduate of the Minden High School, and two years at the Normal is the record of one of so youthful appearance as A. Mary. She is surely a very enthusiastic worker and has proven herself an invaluable member of the Peruvian Staff during its many trials and tribulations. Matrimony never bothers her for she says that she is looking to higher and better ideals.
ALICE E. SIMS Latin Club; Everett
Alice is a smiling little girl from the Western High School. She has taught the youth of Saline county for two years and has been a student here for the same length of time. She is optimistic and always happy. The weather has not been particularly inclement, but of late she has been very much interested in getting a “Mitton.” She disdained a pair of good woolen ones which we offered her, and we felt that we must have made a break of some kind.
Pearl, the little girl with the golden hair, was raised near Wymorc, Ncbr. She graduated from Wymorc High School and taught near there. She then entered here, as a Junior, and taught the following year, but this year she came back and joined us and is a very enthusiastic worker.
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