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P.hilomathean jQterary Society
OFFICERS Second Semester
Donna Jane Delzell . . . Vice-President
John Bath .... Recording Secretary Felix Summers . . Corresponding Secretary
MANY new members have been added to the membership during the year. New members were taken into the society twice during the year.
'I'he total membership is one hundred. Among the present active membership can be found that same kind of lo alty which has so characterized Philomathcans in years past; in fact, ever since two years following the founding of Peru State Teachers College, at which time the society was organized.
First row—Duryea, A. Dyke, M. Dyke, Elliott, Engles, G. Fisher, J. Fisher, Fi.ixx, Fowler Second roio—A. Gaines, K. Gaines, Galloway, Gan , Gockley, Gkossokhmi:, A. Hall.G. Hall, Harajiax
Third row—Hauptman, Hayward, Hbilic, Higgins, Hill, Hughes, Kniskly, Lasii, Lewis
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cPhilomathean J iterary Society
OFFICERS First Semester
Hazel Williams Elton Rein'mili.kr Marie Lash Lucille Hughes . Dale Dyke
. President Vice-President Recording Secretary Correspondsng Secretary . Treasurer
AS THE oldest organization on the campus, the Philomathean Literary Society has attained recognition during the past year which it justly deserves. This society is affiliated with the national organization of the same name. Therefore, it has Hazki. Williams a certain dignity to maintain that is not found in
other societies of its type on the campus. With the leadership of the officers and the sponsor, A. L. Hill, this dignity has been maintained during the year.
First row—L. Anderson, R. Anderson, Baird, Bath, Beauchamp, Bobllstorfk. Bowers Brady, Broci man
Second row—Brookkk. Brown, Bump, Carter, Catlett, Chatelain. Clements, H. Cole, E. Cole
Third row—Collins, C. Crink, C. Crink, Davenport, Davis, Decker, D. Dklzell, J. Delzell, Dickerson
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cPhilomathean jQterary Society
DI KING this year some extraordinarily fine talent was demonstrated in the various lines of activity that arc open to members. There were those who had ability to give interesting book reviews; there were those who could read short stories; and those who possessed musical ability, as well as those with ability to debate. Open forum provided expression for some members. Then, too, still others were in charge of programs. Philo offers plenty of opportunity for the fullest development and socializing of each individual member.
The society is proud of its possession of the quill pen used in signing the grant for the land used by this college. The pen was presented to the society, last year, by one of its alumni, J. D. Graves. This is on display in the trophy case in the Administration building.
Philo has a Student Loan Fund which was created last year from the funds of a Liberty Loan Bond during the World War. This fund is for the use of its members.
First row—Lindahl, McCkoky, McDonald, McGrew, McSwan, I.. Majors, M. Majors, M Majors, Metcalf.
Second row—Michel, Milstead, Monteith, Mucke, Newcomer, Nickel, Nobrklinger, Ok rent, Payne.
Third roiv—Peterson, Pribueno, A. Reagan, M. Reagan, Redfern, Reed, Reinmiller, Ronnau, Sams
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