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GRACE COLSON Latin Club; German Club; Athenian Miss Colson is a graduate of the Humboldt High School, and has taught for five years in Richardson county. Her two years spent here have been profitable to her, although practice teaching was not her primrose path.
RENA TURNER Y. W. C. A.; Philomathcan; Athenian Miss Turner is a graduate of the Columbus High School and has taught three years in rural districts. She is a popular girl and has many friends. She is warranted to give satisfaction if used according to directions. Her peace-loving disposition averts many quarrels.
A. J. HILL
President Ciceronian; Athletic Association; Y. M. C. A.; Latin Club; Laboratory Assistant ; Everett, President, 'oS Allen is one of our pretty boys, and comes from Silver Creek. He is a teacher of wide experience, having taught two and one half months in rural schools. He has been here three years and has had a monopoly at some time or other on almost every office in every school organization. He is a good parliamentarian, and his favorite expression is “Oh dear.”
Miss Spear makes you feel at once that you would like to become better acquainted with her. She is quiet and has a very pleasing appearance. She is a good student, and a dormitory girl, two things which make for good results.
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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.
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ZELIA CORNELL M1CKEL She is one of our best students, though so quiet and industrious that few arc aware of the fact that she is a 'oqcr. She lias lived in Peru for several years, and during that time has attended the Normal. She intends to teach, and her sweet influence will do more for the children under her care than words can express.
BEULAH SNIDER Athletic Association; Y. W. C. A.
Miss Snider is a sunny girl who lives in Peru. She is a good student, and doesn’t have time to discuss other people’s affairs. She is occupied the major part of the time in writing plans or studying art. She often has to stay after chapel, but we have reason to believe that it is not for misdemeanors on her part.
MARGARET SEECK PhiIoniathcan; Y. V .C. A.; Athenian; German Club Margaret first went to school at Campbell, where she made her wants known in the German tongue until she learned United States. She has been here two years. She is one of the jolly crew of lalioratorv assistants and never is satisfied until all her quantitatives are corrected and filed.
VERNA E. RODGERS Everett; Y. V. C. A.; German Club; Dramatic Club Miss Verna is an industrious little maiden who never has much to say, but one can not help wondering how one head can contain all she knows. She is a lover of German. She stays at Culbertson’s and has never been called down or locked out during the two years of her sojourn here. This is an enviable record and in accord with Verna’s other characteristics. She has taught one year in a rural district.
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