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Firit Row: Carder. Canon. Jarman. Kimioy. Kingsolvor Second Row: Kuhl, Mendenhall, Pederion, Ware. Wheatley
PERUVIAN KEY AWARDS
DOROTHY M. HARKSON E. ALBIN LARSON
BELVA CARDER EDNA JARMAN
Each year the Peruvian Key is awarded to the members of the Staff who contribute most toward the production of the Annual. The above people were chosen upon recommendation of the Peruvian faculty committee. Eva Kimsey was awarded a Key in 1931 and given honorable mention as a member of the 1932 staff for the splendid work she accomplished. Miss Kimsey has maintained her high standard again this year and has been awarded honorable mention a second time. Harriet Ann Kingsolver has worked on the Staff for three years and her services are indeed worthy of honorable mention.
Although the Peruvian has undergone monetary hardships due to bank failures and may not be able to purchase keys for presentation, yet the people chosen for the awards are just as worthy of the honor bestowed on them.
The Editor and Business Manager take this opportunity to thank the Staff for their good will and ready services, and the Staff in turn wishes to thank all those who have contributed in any way toward the success of the Peruvian.
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OTHY M. HARKSON
E. ALBIN LARSON
DOROTHY M. HARKSON . . . Editor-in-Chief
HARRIET ANN KINGSOLVER . . Assistant Editor
E. ALBIN LARSON .... Business Manager
JOHN WHEATLEY .... Assistant Manager
EVA KIMSEY.............................Class Managing Editor
BELVA CARDER..............................Organization Editor
RALPH CARSON...................................Feature Editor
MARJORIE MENDENHALL..............................Humor Editor
GEORGE KUHL . Art Editor
EDWARD PEDERSEN...............................Men's Athletics
Through the cooperation of the students and faculty with the Peruvian Staff another book has been completed. The 1933 Staff has spent countless hours in getting the material ready for publication, but since the purpose of the annual is to make live in the memory of our Peruvians their fellow students and events of the school year, the time has been well spent.
The theme of the book this year has been carried out through Greek gods and goddesses representing our purposes and activities in school.
Although the book may not be mechanically correct, if the sentiment of the student body is there, then the Peruvian has accomplished its goal.
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And now . . .
The last page of copy is ready for the printer, another college year is drawing to a close, and we hope that our efforts may enable you to keep a tangible bit of memory of the campus life in Peru.
The production of the Peruvian was halted uncertainly because of financial conditions, and we hope you will consider this in your judgment of these pages. If we have achieved our purpose in a year that is critical in all enterprises involving finances, we feel that we have completed a really significant task.
It is with the deepest appreciation that I wish to thank the staff for their cooperation and willingness to help at all times. Few realize the labor in producing even one page of this book, yet there is the satisfaction of knowing that a treasury of fond reminiscences has been constructed which more than compensates for the effort put forth.
We thank Dr. Ware for his constructive criticism; we thank the Peterson Studio for cooperating with us in getting the photographs finished in time; we thank the printer and engraver for their guidance; and, to the entire student body, for their unstinted support, we are very grateful.
If, in turning the leaves of this Peruvian, you have spent a pleasant hour, if you have remembered a forgotten friend, or if you have revived happy memories of days spent in Peru, we will feel that we have not spent our time in vain, and that this book has fulfilled its mission.
DOROTHY M. HARKSON
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