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A home product, having grown up in Peru and received her training throughout the entire Normal course, even in the lowest ranks of the Model School. She is a very quiet girl and one who is to try for her first time the task of training the youth of the land.
ALICE DOBBS Philomathean
Miss Dobbs of Beatrice has taught in rural schools and in Beatrice. She is a graduate of Blue Springs High School. Her one year’s stay here has shown that she is a good teacher and one who knows her business.
MABEL A. CiORMLEY Philomathean; Athletic Association; Latin Club (one of the triumvirate); Seward Club;
41 Experience is the best teacher" might well be applied to the work of this young woman, for seven years as teacher in the Seward and Beaver City Crossing schools have given Mabel A. Gormley an enviable record among those who from year to year go forth from these halls. One year and two summer terms here and one summer term at the Wesleyan University have only added to her efficiency and her worth which has lately been recognized by her being given a position in the Omaha schools.
She’s a Mabel that is always able.
MABEL KAUP Philomathean; Athletic Association; Y. Y. C. A.
Dark-eyed Mabel came down here this year to attend school and keep a watchful eye on her big brother. She has succeeded remarkably well in the former, but the latter would necessitate her covering so much ground every evening that she has given it up. She is a good talker, and is interested in the purchase of Canada land. She is a graduate of the Western High School.
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EDITH JONES Y. W. C. A.
Ncligh, Ncbr., can be depended upon once in a while for good scholars, as has been verified by its representative, Miss Edith Jones, who has gained the right of citizenship of that town by serving five years as a heroine of country schools and of the Ncligh Public Schools. Miss Jones has spent three summer terms in Peru and has proven herself a genius in every line, especially in talking to her neighbor in class. She says this year has proven very helpful to her in many ways.
BUNN O. HELMS Everett; Baseball Team, o8, ’09; Athletic Association; Football, '07 Blinn, to use his own words, “is a product of the Peru Model and Normal School,” so we can vouch for his efficiency. He has taken an active part in college athletics. He was a very sober and serious minded young man until last winter, when he became tutor to a German class of one and developed a serious case of loveitis. His condition at present remains the same, but the baseball season with its rush and excitement may allay the disease. Blinn has taught school one year. 11 is ambition is to be a member of the famous Chicago White Sox.
BERNICE BROWN V'. W. C. A.: Philomathcan; Athletic Association Miss Brown came here from the Springview High School four years ago and has returned every year since that time. Her work in the practice school here has been very successful. Her smile docth good iike a medicine, and many are thev at seek it.
EDNA HADLEY Everett; Dramatic Club Miss Hadley has been in school here for five years. She looks on the right side of life, and makes the best of the situation, always. She holds forth in the lobby of the library when things get too boisterous inside.
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I. F. CARTNEY
Y. M. C. A.; Athletic Association; Everett; Latin Club; Assistant Biological Department;
Assistant Business Manager Peruvian
I. F. is one of our fine looking young men and can perhaps he called our most stylish young man. Along with these though he is no sport, but a plain, honest, good matured fellow of unimpeachable character and a favorite among his associates. His worth has well been recognized by Professor Duncanson’s asking his assistance in the Biological laboratory.
'flic Dorm sometimes makes life miserable for him. He says. "Too early hours.”
His home is at Tilden.
MILDRED SPENCER Everett; Y. W. C. A.; Athenian; Peruvian Staff; Athletic Association; Chorus Mildred hails from Dakota City and has attended school here two years. We all remember when she came, for everybody realized that they had been enriched by being acquainted with her. She is indeed an interesting girl, because it takes study to understand her. Having fair hair herself she naturally sought for her opposite in that respect. She succeeds in all she undertakes and she found him.
LENA M. LARIMER Everett; Athletic Association; Latin Club; Octette: Chorus; Peruvian Staff This young lady has remarkable musical talent which has been well directed under the supervision of teachers in our department of music. She is a home product, having received most of her schooling here in the Model School and afterward in the Normal department. By her giggle shall ye know her. The librarian is one of her worst foes. Tho naturally cheerful, she is very often subject to dreamy moods of castles in Spain caused by (re')Morse.
CHARLES K. MORSE Everett; Ciceronian; Dramatic Club; Y. M. C. A.
Charles K. is a Nebraska City boy. lie absorbed all he could in the Nebraska City High and then went through the same process at Bellevue for one term. After attending Peru Normal a year, we count him one of otir most popular boys. 1 le stars as an orator and we predict success and many laurels for him. He is a hearthreakcr.
Principal Athens School. Auburn, Nebr., ’09-’to
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