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Page 90 text:
Allen Wileman Jones Cole Briggs But rick
Keif McMullen Weeks Flack Gartrcll Stark
Morgan Marklc Schindlar Hauptman Stephens Wllnnau Broughton
This is a new class in the Normal, organized by the legislature last year. It is for “pupils of mature age, who have completed the course of study in their home district or its equivalent.”
Einillc Swoboda Walter Stark Bertha Smith Maude Stephens Agnes Thiessen Olga Wileman Mary Whisman Audrey Wileman Bessie Hopkins Hulda Maseburg Halbert Martin
CLASS ROLL Bernice Hardy Ethel Hauptman Sadie Jones Rose Marklc Dorothy Morgan Qlcn McMullen Lillie Newman Edith Ost Cora Rclf Ethel Russell Elsie Schindlar
Stella Allen Elma Barlow Blanche Briggs Stella Butrick Wilber Borland Fern Broughton Alice Cole Hattie Carr Ruby Endicott Ralph Flack C. E. Gartrcll
CHAS. R. WEEKS.......................Advis
OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER
MARY WHISMAN............................Vice President
BERTHA SMITH .... Secretary and Treasurer HALBERT MARTIN .... Normalite Reporter
OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
DOROl HY MORGAN..............................President
C. E. GARTRELL..........................Vice President
MAUDE STEPHENS . . . Secretary and Treasurer WILBER BORLAND .... Normalite Reporter
Page 89 text:
The Model High School, comprising the ninth and tenth grades, is a distinct unit of the training department of the Normal. The course of study is essentially that prescribed by the State Department of Education and the University of Nebraska.
During the year, more than fifty Seniors do work in the various classes of the High School. Only such teachers arc selected as are especially, qualified for the studies they wish to teach, and as can be strongly indorsed by the department of the Normal having personal knowledge of their academic fitness. It is in this way that the standard is kept on a par with the best Nebraska high schools. Principal M. C. Lcfler gives his entire time to the department, and with the beginning of another term an additional teacher will be added to the regular critic corps.
Each grade conducts its own class organization, maintains - its athletic teams, and plans its own social gatherings. The annual reception to all High School teachers of the year is one of the most pleasant social events.
The tenth grade officers are: Milton Blankenship, president: Marguerite
Moulton, vice president; Margaret Ralston, secretary; Orville Ralston, treasurer, and Ernest Overton, sergeant. In the ninth grade the officers.arc: Victor Jones, president: Walter Christensen, vice president; Edna Sim, secretary; Margaret Jones, treasurer, and Lester Dillon, sergeant.
H H I-G-H S S C-H-O O O O-L!
Page 91 text:
There are songs of schools in the cultured East,
Where law and letters thrive.
Where the lads and lassies sedately walk,
And just as sedately drive.
There are songs of schools in the far, far West,
Where life rings free and true,
But above them all is our Normal School Mid the trees of old Peru.
Securely folded in Nature’s arms,
Peru, a landmark lies,
And those who’vc been swayed by her mystic charms Arc laboring ’neath many skies.
In the cast, the west, the north and the south To the spirit of justice and loyalty Imbibed in old Peru.
Oh: for a whiff of her balmy air,
For a glimpse of her stately trees,
For a stroll down her cool and shady lanes,
For the quick, bright flash of her birds so free As they flit ’neath her sky so blue Pouring forth bursts of melody In praise of old Peru.
Then let each and every Peruvian Who has breathed her air so blest,
Go out upon Life’s battlefield With hope, and strength, and zest.
And when weary of planning and toiling long And striving the dull days through.
Let us think of our school of the great midwest On the hill in old Peru.
MARY M’NAMARA, ’09.
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