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Page 123 text:
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“Roosevelt may get the nomination, but I would not give that boy for the nomination of both parties and the assurance of an election,” was the remark made by the subject of this sktcch as his little son, James, came running up to him. Such characterizes this big-hearted alumnus. His love and devotion to his children, his wife and mother, come from the same heart that has led him to do more for his Alma Mater through our association than many of his fellow alumni know of.
It is lie who has made the Alumni Association felt at the various tcachcts’ associations. It is he who has gathered and systematized the data now accessible in the Alumni office. It is lie who has not only kept in existence but lias built the Alumni Teachers’ Bureau into a power felt in every part of the state. Yet all this has been done as an aside from his work as head of a department in the Normal, without pay or remuneration except the sense of duty done and the grateful appreciation of those helped.
May his kindly smile long continue to cheer those of us who arc less optimistic. May his good judgment be given many years of activity as our bureau chief. On the other hand, may his fellow Alumni in no way stint their expressions of appreciation lor his labors that have been so generously bestowed upon our Association work.
—B. C. H.
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The growth of the Peru Normal and, therefore, the growth in the number of its Alumni has within the last few years been phenomenal. With the school’s roots well grounded in the early development of this state, and with its history extending back as far as that of the state itself, with its Alumni filling positions of prominence in all phases of activity, it has come to be and will ever continue to be, as long as the Normal shall exist, a distinct honor to be a member of our Alumni Association. Realizing that it is fast approaching the two thousand mark, we comprehend its enormous power, if properly used, for the largest good of the school and state.
Perhaps there has never been in the history of the Peru Normal a move more capable of excellent results to the old school than the present one of placing our Alumni Association on a solid foundation by the establishment of an ACTIVE LIFE MEMBERSHIP class in our association. There is not a more useful Alumni Association in the West today than that of Peru. And yet, if that association is to continue its activity in proportion to its increased size it MUST be placed on a basis financially where its work can henceforth be CONSTRUCTIVE rather than a mere struggle for existence and growth. This life-membership move has this purpose in view. Put your shoulder to the wheel, become an ACTIVE LIFE MEMBER of THE PERU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION and let’s see what we can do before our annual meeting in Omaha next fall. We Alumni out in the field sometimes wonder what we can do directly to help the old school back there at Peru—now’s our chance, let’s make good.
A. J. STODDARD, ’io, President Alumni Association.
A. J. STODDARD. 10. PRESIDENT B. C. HENDRICKS. 06. SECRETARY
“The men who are placing the Alumni Association on a strong financial basis."
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