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 61 of 254
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lena McCullough Y. W. C. A.; Philomathcan; Dramatic Club Miss McCullough is another dormitory girl. She is very studious and observes study hours religiously. She is a graduate of the Omaha High School and has taught for three years in Douglas Comity. She expects to spend the rest of her life in the teaching profession. MYRTLE D. KILMER Philomathcan; Y. W. C. A.; Athletic Association Miss Kilmer’s home is at Western, where she completed the High School course. She has taught for four years, and has attended the Normal one year. She likes to try to talk German, and is quite a good student in Romeo and Juliet. Her experience in that line has been quite helpful to her. MARY C. PASCO Athletic Association; German Club Miss Pasco’s home is near Auburn. She taught four successful years of school after taking some preparatory work here. She is quite an admirer of red hair. STELLA M. CLARK Miss Clark is a graduate of the Reserve, Kansas, High School. She takes things as they come and is never in a hurry. She is quiet and reserved, and reads dormitory rules twice a day so that she will not walk in the way of the transgressor. Fifty-seven

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FLORENCE STEP!IENSOK Philoniathcan; Athletic Association Miss Stephenson is another Omaha girl and speaks for herself, if only given a chance. Her sparkling eyes arc an indication of her temper, and though she is so small, we have yet to sec the person who can cover more ground in a given length of time than she. She is one of the dorm girls who get boisterous once in a while, but no serious harm has resulted as yet. ISABEL E. GLOVER V. W. C. A.; Philoniathcan; Junior Basket-Ball and Baseball, ’o8 Miss Glover, or “Belle,” as she is known to some of us. has that which is worth a million dollars and which doesn’t cost a cent, a sunny disposition and a happy smile. She is a graduate of the Aurora High School, and has taught three years. Her year and a half here has won for her many friends, and she is the kind of teacher who always makes a success. She can give extempo speeches on the James Lang Theory of the Emotions or Hering’s Theory of Color Vision and make you feel that she is the only one in the class who knows anything al out it. IDELLA STRAYER Athletic Association; Philomathcan; Seward Club Miss Straycr, of Seward, has taught for two years. She entered the Normal and the dorm, two years ago. She found dorm, life and rules rather strenuous, but managed to get her studying done and delivered her thesis during the first semester of this year. She then departed to teach, but will be here, smiling and radiant, in June to wear her cap and gown with the rest of us. RALPH M. LEWIS Everett; Y. M. C. A.; Dramatic Club This industrious young man is a shipped-in product from Morrison, 111. After two years of teaching in the rural schools of that state, he decided to come to the most famous Normal school in the United States, and accordingly lie made his appearance here last fall. He is a brilliant conversationalist, and many arc the conferences he has with Miss Tynon during library hours. Ask him al out it. Fifty-six



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 FERN RALSTON Philoniathean ; Latin Club—triumvirate Miss Ralston came here two years ago from Weeping Water, and during that time has made many friends. She is modest and unassuming and was one of the three girls who represented Peru in the debate with Kearney. She has taught five years in Cass county. HELEN JOHNSON Everett; Athletic Association The little girl from Wilsonville High School. She certainly showed daring and courage in coming from so great distance to attend school here. She likes to work things out mathematically instead of emotionally. She has been a student here for two years, which together with her traits of character will assure her success as a teacher. RUBY FLOY WORTMAN Ruby Floy is an Ashland High School girl. She is sedate and prim, having taught school for two years previous to coming here. Her path was a little “hilly” at the beginning of the year, but obstacles have been removed, and she is pushing on to make a grand success in the teaching profession. MAY BARNES Y. W. C. A.; Philomathcan; German Club This young lady makes her home at Holly, Colo. She is so reticent that we could find out nothing about her except that she has taught one year. Others tell us that she has attended Peru Normal for four years. This together with the fact that she is a dormitory girl makes us think that she can be trusted wherever she goes. Fi ty-fight

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