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Page 135 text:
First row—Hurst, Lylk, McWilliams
Second row—Moriarty, Mumper, Rokiirkassk, Turillk
Third row—Williams, Wilson, Worley
Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulating Manager Assistant Circulating Manager Calendar Calendar Feature Editor Feature Editor Men's Athletic Editor Girls' Athletic Editor Secretary
Ernest Rotiiert Lawrence Wilson John Fisher Harold Groothuis Francis Moriarty Marvin Williams . Clay Coy Thko. Rokiirkassk James Mumper . Marguerite Graves Steven Turille .
THE 1930 Peruvian is arranged in the seasonal form of division, with a further division into months of the school year. The organizations arc allotted their space in the book at a time when their greatest activities are perhaps felt the most.
If we have left with you something of interest concerning the classroom, the campus or personal friends, something that calls back to your memory the 1929-1930 school year at Peru, then we feel that our labors and efforts have not been in vain and that our time has been well spent.
Page 134 text:
First row—Brady, Burdette, Carter Second row— Colglazier, Coy, Drlzkll, Fisher Third row—Gilbert, Graves, Grootiiuis
Edwin Rector Prof! W. R. Carter Enid Colglazier Donna Jane Delzkll . Margaret McWilliams . Madonna Brady Pauline Lyle Earl Hurst .
Dorothy Worley Nina Burdette Eyalyn Gilbert
Editor-in-chief Adviser Editorial Manager Organization Editor . Organization Editor Ciass Managing Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor . Freshman Editor Associate Freshman Editor
THE 1030 Peruvian is the result of many hours work. This lx k is for the purpose of recording the events and activities of the 1029-1930 school year so you may turn its leaves and recall the events and happy times you had at Old Peru, so that in years t« come you will have something to recall your happy school days and bring back pleasant memories. We, as a staff,have endeavored to put out the best Peruvian possible for us to put out. We offer no comments or alibis.
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FRESHMAN SPONSOR—GRACE TEAR
The Freshman class is the large class this year that it usually is, and under the supervision and direction of Miss Tear, also Freshman sponsor last year, has had the same Freshman clubs as was highly successful last year. I he clubs are those most desired by the Freshmen and takes care of the different likings of the students.
SOPHOMORE SPONSOR—A. V. LARSON
Mr. Larson is the Sophomore sponsor again this year, he also sponsored the last year’s Sophomore class. This year’s Sophomore class gave up their control in the Peruvian so that the Senior class might have the initiative alone and select staff members from all four classes. Mr. Larson has been a loy'al and worthy sponsor.
JUNIOR SPONSOR—A. B. CLAYBURN
The last year’s sponsor having not been on the campus this year, Mr. Clayburn consented to sponsor the Junior class this y'car. Mr. Clayburn has worked very faithfully for the class and with the class, and is a well liked sponsor. The class worked very hard to put over the highly successful Junior-Senior Banquet this year.
SENIOR SPONSOR—W. R. CARTER
Mr. Carter was the sponsor for the Senior class last year and was chosen to be the sponsor for the Class of 1930. The Senior class is very thankful that it has had the very capable sponsor, Mr. Carter. Under his direction the largest and best Homecoming was held last fall. He was the adviser for the Peruvian this year.
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