Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1909

Page 66 of 254

 

Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 66 of 254
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RUTH DAVIS Miss Davis of Beatrice has been a very successful teacher, and is teaching at present in Beatrice. She is a graduate of the Dcs Moines Kindergarten Normal. She has been here one year, and in that time made many friends. She is a good conversationalist, and can discuss anything from a nursery rhyme to the nebular hypothesis. C. W. MOTTINGER Superintendent Schools of Merna One of our Seniors who is working at his profession and will return to receive his diploma with the 'ops. JESS HARRIS Everett; Peruvian Staff; Y. M. C. A; Treasurer Athletic Association; German Club “Stub," as he is familiarly called, is one of the most popular boys in the Senior class. The naughtniners arc proud of the fact that he has spent four years with them. Jess is a fine student, with marked literary ability, lie has always been eagerly interested in the athletics of the Normal and to him no doubt rests the inspiration which cheered the various teams on to victory. The boys have always looked upon “Stub" as their mascot. We arc unable to do justice to this big-hearted little fellow, and can only say that every Normal student is glad to be numbered among his friends. MILLARD CHAS. LEFLER Mr. Leflcr is a member of our class, and we are justly proud of him. lie is a graduate of the Elmwood High School and aside from teaching in rural schools and a year at Weeping Water, he has taught five years at Elmwood, now being principal at that place. Mr. I.efler’s success in the profession has been phenomenal, and he will be classed among the leading young educators of the state. He has attended the Uni. of Nebraska. Six v- tco

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EDNA PARSONS Everett; Athletic Association; Chorus Edna is from Verdon, and has had the distinction of becoming a graduate of the High School of that place. She is a very quiet girl but very successful in her work and we predict for her great success in her chosen profession. She has been a Normal Student for three years. WINNIE E. DELZELL Secretary Senior Class, Philomathcan; Y. W. C. A. Treasurer; Athletic Association; Chorus; Octette Winnie is the “smiley’’ girl with the wonderful voice. She sings with much expression and has made a hit as a member of the octette. Her friends from Lexington, her home, and where she graduated, say that she was one of the obstreperous elite, but she reserves all her energies now until she is ready to write a weekly plan. That ordeal leaves her exhausted, and she seeks diversion in playing with children, upon whom she exerts such an influence that she attracts them at once. She will some day he a professor of domestic science in a small private school. MAUI) M. MOSELEY Y. W. C. A.; Everett; Athletic Association; Chorus This little girl used to make mud pies at Odell. Nebr. Later, she completed the high school course at that place, and then cast her lot with the Seniors of ’09, who were then Sophomores. She has been with us for three years, and her sunny smile has proven a tonic for the worst ease of blues. She adores dark, curly hair. She is an enthusiastic kindergarten Senior. BLANCHE ROBERTSON Philomathcan Plattsinouth is Miss Robertson's home, and she has been absent from it for three semesters attending N. S. N. S. She is out for a good time and likes to go to the rink at Auburn. Her long suit is lesson plans. Sixty-one



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NELLIF. E. DAVISON Y. VV. C. A.; Philoiuathcan: Athenian, Vice-President, ’08 Miss Davison has attended the Normal for. five years. Her home is near South Auburn. She is one of our debating girls, and believes in woman's rights. Ask her for further particulars. She has taught for three years in Richardson county. She has a will of her own, so don't attempt to drive her. ELIZABETH MOODY Philoiuathcan; Athenian If you want a legislator, clear thinker, good talker, and a jolly good girl, ask for Elizabeth. She can out-argue any man in the National House of Representatives and will be in the front ranks if women are ever given their rights in this country. Her opinion of boys—well they don’t amount to much, as compared with their superiors, the other sex. We fear the teaching profession will not long hold her. as a school of one will prove more attractive to her. MAY FRANK Philoiuathcan: Dramatic Club; Athletic Association This little girl is always smiling and happy. Though so very small, she delights in much exercise and has been known to take very long walks on Sunday afternoons—when the environment was just right. She has taught three years at York and has been here one year. Her ability as an actress is very marked. Kindergarten Director. York. Nebr., 'oq-’io CAPITOLA CAMPBELL Y. W. C. A.; Everett Capitola is the little girl who lived at Wymorc and finished the High School course there. She was with us as a Junior and now as a Senior. She is a demure little maiden, but she has taught successfully for five years, and is still young. Teacher of English. Central City High School, ’09-'ro Sixlr-lhrrf

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