Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1929

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Page 171 text:

 Pedagogian THE Peru Pedagogian is the weekly newspaper designed to carry the news of the campus, through co-operation of the organizations, fraternities, students, and administration of the college. The paper this year has been edited by Joe Jones, the first quarter, and Millard Fowler, the last three quarters, while the business management has been under Ralph Chatelain and Elmer R. Burkey. Under the leadership of these, combined with the help of their adviser, Thomas E. Ennis, and the members of the staff, the paper has met with unusual success. The normal size of the paper is four pages. This year the Pedagogian staff found it desirable on one occasion to change the size of the paper and during the Basket Ball Tournament they put out a special six-page edition. In a canvass of college newspapers of Nebraska, made by an advertising company of New York City, it was found that the Pedagogian ranked second to the University of Nebraska publication. According to this ranking, Peru has the best weekly paper in the state since the University paper is a daily. First row—Ennis, Jones, Fowler, Chatelain, Booth, Burkey, Keister, Dley, Catlett Second row—Marrhn, Roberts, Kreps, Hutchinson, Dowell, Moriarty, McCreight, Cole, Cook Third row—Trenholm, Means, Schrepel, Hasselrlad, Leonard, Anderson, Fowler Buncii, Wagner ' Page Iff

Page 170 text:

sAlpha cMu Omega MATHEMATICS HONORARY FRATERNITY ALPHA Mu Omega, Mathematics honorary fraternity, was established July 6, 1927. Since then it has been officially recognized as a branch of the National Council of Mathematics Teachers, and is an institutional member of the Mathematical Association of America. The purpose of the fraternity is threefold: to develop and promote interest in the field of Mathematics; to inspire future Mathematics teachers; and to afford an opportunity for the discussion of subjects of Mathematical interest not presented in the classroom. Students who are majoring in Mathematics, either for the two-year diploma or for the A. B. degree, are eligible for membership. The honorary members of the fraternity are: A. L. Hill, Mrs. A. L. Hill, V. H. Jindra, A. V. Larson, Pat Norwood, W. R. Pate, C. A. Huck, Nona Palmer, J. R. VanDyke. The officers for the first semester were: President, Lillian Brady; Vice- President, Leslie Carey; and Secretary-Treasurer, Lorine Erickson; and for the second semester they were: President, Leslie Carey; Vice-President, Wilbur Schindler; and Secretary-Treasurer, Lorine Erickson. First row—Brady, Bright, Carey, Clineburg, Cope, Crink. Engles, Erickson Second row—Grass, Groothuis, Hill, McCreight. Mickkl. Overture. Priiibbno Third row—Reagan, Redfkrn, Reed, Schindler, Slagle, Stites, Vanderford, Wiles Pane IS4



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'Peruvian THE STAFF Wilbur Schindler Wilbur Schindler . Prof. W. R. Carter Margaret Clineburg. Leo Hauptman Averyl Gaines . Edwin Rector. Mary Gray . Anna Donner . Madonna Brady . Theo. Roehrkasse . Donna Jane Dei.zf.ll . . Editor-in-Chief Senior Adviser Class Managing Editor . Editorial Manager .Organization Editor Feature Editor . Feature Editor Senior Editor . Junior Editor Sophomore Editor . Freshman Editor THE 1929 Peruvian is the fruit of the labors of a hard grinding staff. This volume was compiled with the purpose of catching and holding something of the past college year for all time. The staff has tried, as all staffs do, to give the college her best Peruvian. We offer no explanations or comments. This year the motif of the book is “Spirit and Loyalty to Old Peru.” The editors have attempted to carry out this motif in the opening and division pages of the book. Page 156 First row—Carter, Clineburg, Hauptman, Gaines, Rector Second row—Donner, Brady, Roehrkasse, Delzell, Gray

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