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 77 of 254
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Page 77 text:

IDA L. FOGELSTROM Everett; German Club; Athletic Association; Peruvian Staff Miss Fogelstrom is a winsome lass from Wahoo. She originated in Pennsylvania, but the magnetic influence of Nebraska s rolling prairies attracted her and she has been in Peru for two years. She is modest and unassuming, hut has won a place in college life and her industry and pleasing manner are valuable assets which will smooth many otherwise stony pathways for her. She is a lover of outdoor sports and on spring days may he found on the tennis court south of the Hall. LENA HUFF Everett; Y. W. C. A. Miss Huff is a graduate of the Dorchester High School and has had one year’s experience in teaching. She is quiet and studious, and always looks as if she had that daily plan on her mind or had been called down in the library. AD DIE B. HUFF Y. W. C. A.; Philomathcan Miss Huff, of Dorchester, has been here for three years. The Normal and its advantages have been the main attraction, hut having heard that beautiful curly hair could he obtained here, she decided to come without further delay. Last fall she came, saw, and conquered. EMMA CARLSON Miss Carlson is a dark-haired girl. She has that rapt look which indicates that she is in the clouds above this mundane sphere. She is always so busy that she generally has to study in chapel. CLARE ELLIS Philomathcan 'flic “smiley” girl is finishing her course at Doanc, due to her parents’ moving to that place since she has attended here. She is still loyal to her Alma Mater, and is recorded as a senior of Peru Normal this year. We predict smiling faces and good work from the little folks who come under her care in the school room. Sfirnty-thifC

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JAMES J. BYRNE Band; Ciceronian; Dramatic Club; Philomathean Mr. Byrne, whose name was James before his marriage, has been with us two years. Previous to that time, lie had been a student at Wayne, and had taught six years—three years in rural schools, and three years at Rogers, Ncbr. lie is a good student, has good judgment, and will be a success in his chosen profession. HARRIET WOOD Chorus; Athletic Association Miss Wood’s home is at Ohiowa, and her two years here have been very valuable to her. She is very much interested in her work in the practice school, and will be a good teacher. ANNA SCHMIDT Everett; German Club; N. C. A. Miss Schmidt is a Nebraska City girl and has taken three years' work at Peru. She has been a successful teacher for several years, and has a pleasing schoolroom personality. Her word is law when she speaks, and though firm, she is kind and would inspire any grade of pupils to do better work for having been under her influence. BERT E. SWENSON President Promoters’ Club; Everett; Football Captain; Debates; President Senior Class 'oo; Junior Year; Basket-Ball; Peruvian Staff Bert, or “The big Swede,” as he is very respectfully called, is a very modest young fellow and perhaps it would not do to say too much concerning him. He walked in here one shiny day from Shicklcv and began to rub off a few of the green spots. This process continued until he has become one of the most successful athletes, teachers and all around heart-breakers in the Normal. In other words, don't ask me to tell you of him as words arc inadequate. He speaks for himself and you know him as well as I. Success is always his, and bis unimpeachable character yields an influence upon his varied associates which only their lives can measure. Stvenly-ltvo

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R. BENJAMIN BEDELL Everett; Peruvian Staff Few students ever become so thoroughly saturated in love as has this noble young man. His longing looks toward the Dorm, window and bis daily trips down town for letters give us true significance that “Bennie's fancies have lightly turned to thoughts of love.” Regardless of this Bennie is an excellent student and one whose honesty and straightforward character demand the respect of every Normal student. He has been our Staff photographer. RUTH A. KERNEN Y. W. C. A.; Everett; Athletic Association; Chorus This little girl, undoubtedly the youngest member of the Senior class, entered here as a first year and has been an enthusiastic worker during all that time. Her pleasant ways and sunny disposition have won her a host of friends. MARGARET DAVIS N. C. A. Miss Davis is one of our jolly girls always ready for fun. Her motto is “Laugh, and the world laughs with you,” and she chooses to be with the majority. She is an Iowa girl, and has bad some experience in teaching. She is fond of mathematics, and can really talk intelligently of tangents and co-tangents, angles and wrangles, and anything else pertaining to mathematical lore. ERNEST R. ZINK Philomathcan; Athletic Association; Glee Club; Treasurer Senior Class After graduating from the Stuart High School, from whence he “hails,” E. R. cast his lot with the Peruvians and he has proven himself one of the Senior “Steadies.” Mr. Zink, like many others, is determined to make his first trial next year at the teaching profession and since he has such a love for (children?) we predict for him great success. He now assists in the Agricultural Laboratory where they burn pure alcohol. Seventy-four

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