Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1930

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Page 51 text:

PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY First row—Elliot, Engles, Einung, Fairiikad, Parley, Feistner, Fulton Second row—Gallion, Galloway, Gilbert, Grein Harajian, Hartford Third row—Hastings, IIbilig, Hicks, Higgins, Hutchinson Fourth row—Hughes, E. Jones, I. Jones, Jorn, Kucera, Lash OFFICERS Second Semester John Fisher Mary Alice Engles Sylvia Davis Ruby Brown . Ellen Wilson Ellen Zink . President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian THE Philomathean Society meets in the high school auditorium. This courtesy is extended to them by the Peru High School and is greatly appreciated by the Society. To those high school students who read this annual and are thereby encouraged to attend Peru, the method of admittance may be of interest. Members are taken in twice a year, at the beginning of the first and second semesters. Cards arc given to prospective members. These cards are then filled out, giving a brief account of the applicant and his ability. The applications arc considered by a membership committee and presented to the Club for acceptance or rejection. John Fisher Page 47

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"i 'TV C j C PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY ge es; First row—Andbrson, Baird, Hath, Bokllstorf, Beauchamp, Beeson, Bright Second row—Brockman, Brown, Brownson, Burdhttb, Carter, Churchill Third row—Cole, Cook, Crink. I. Davis, S. Davis Fourth row— Decker, Delzell, Duerfklt, Duey, Duryea, Dustin First Semester . President Vice-President . Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer John Bath . Marvin Wh.lia.ms Miriam McGrknv Margaret Majors Mabel Higgins . AS IS Peru, so is the Philomathean Society, and both have grown together since 1869. Through all these years, the Philos have never ceased their activities, and have always been an organization of which the school has been proud. The purpose of the Philomathean Society is to develop the social attributes of its members. This development is not only in a literary way, although that is the basis for the organization, but it is in musical, dramatic, and executive ways as well. The executive ability is given vent in the office of program chairman, where ability to handle people, as well as initiative in preparing original programs is necessary.



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PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY First row—McGrkw, McSwan, Marg. Majors, M. Majors, Metcalf, Mumper, Nelson Second row—Nuss, Nolting, Norton, Okrf.nt, Pate, Peterson Third row—Pkttit, Pribbp.no, Rarick, Reagan, Rice Fourth row—G. Russell, M. Russell, Sams, Seek, Skmrad, Schmidt THE Society meets twice a month. These meetings are always very interesting. In addition to the program, the members usually have a lively discussion alxnit some point of business, with Bill’s insistent and futile motions for adjournment spicing up the argument. Among the programs of this year there have been several of special interest. Taking the more serious point of view, one could mention the evening spent studying O. Henry’s life and works. A short biographical account of O. Henry was given by one of the members. Following this, a member of Philo who reads very well read one of his stories. Another program of interest was seen and heard through a television radio. There was an enlarged screen which first revealed the announcer at the microphone. The first number on the program was a selection by a male quartet. Following this was a piano solo. Matilda Green, official adviser to the lovelorn, appeared next. She read some very interesting letters, and gave exceedingly adequate answers. The announcer signed off and the screen grew dark. This was the fust time a television radio had been seen in Peru, and the experience was much appreciated. Another program of a lighter nature and one enthusiastically accepted by the society, was given by “Dick" Williams and his orchestra. Pax 4S

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