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The College Newspaper
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STOLTZ MARSH HARRIS
The 1934-35 Pedagogian has proved to be one of the finest Peru College publications in years. Francis L. Harris, Jr., in the fall, was selected Editor, along with Harold Stoltz as Makeup Manager.
For some years prior to this, the Pedagogian had been under the supervision of Professor J. W. Tyler, in the Education department. This year, it was transferred to the English department, to be supervised temporarily by Mrs. j. W. Tyler and Dr. G. W Smith. The last of October Miss Marion Marsh, who was graduated from Peru State Teachers' College in 1928, was elected to the English department. She assumed the sponsorship of the Pedagogian immediately after coming here. Through her firm grasp of fundamentals, her practical knowledge ot what it take to ma e a success ul co egc
paper, and her willingness to do much more than called upon to perform, iss ars as Ul 1 UP il
publication that will be hard to surpass.
Two competent newswriting classes, along with volunteers from the faculty and student body provided ample copy. Several new features were added, including varied personal interviews, Winchell-fied" columns, exchanges, and questionaircs.
Though there were some sleepless nights for the editor, make-up manager and others who didthc final work on the Pedagogian on Monday nights, all is now forgotten ,n light o the fact that those lost winks mav have helped to improve the paper. Emphasis this year was especial y la,a upon » type and a greater variety of news, better written news, a Pedagogian with fewer typographical errors, and variety in make-up.
The 1934-35 Pedagogian staffs hope they have helped break new ground that will yw-fruitful Pedagogian ,n the years to come, and wish future editors and staffs the same whole-hearted sup port they have received from the faculty, alumni, and student body this school year.
FIRST SEMESTER Business Manager Arthur Harris
Lawrence Shumard Keith Klein Cecil Johnson Margaret McKnight Virginia Johnson Blanche Freeman
Kenneth Pace Josephine Rogers Jack Miller Opal Warren Fred Rohrs
Business Manager Marvin Miller
Hazel Ditloff Lcnorc Harris Mary Dallas Harris Pat Harvey Doris Jacka Virginia Johnson Evelyn Jones Henry Kcllog
Charlotte Martin Muriel Schaffer Harriett Scott LaVcrnc Sctzcr Bonita Shrader Eugenia Sunita Maxine Traucrnicht Margucrittc Winter
TN ■ V3.y ■ PERUVIAN
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T ME • V ■ PERUVIAN
And finally it is spring and commencement time for those dignified Seniors. Life is “A Bed of Roses” that last week, and even the lxx)ks are treated with respect as the students give them that semi-annual dusting. The faculty are a pretty good hunch after all, and the school should rightly feci proud of them.
If our efforts can bring hack those sacred memories of dear old Peru, in the years to come, we will consider our time and energy well spent.
PERUVIAN KEY AWARDS Alfred Knapp George Gates
Margaret Shoemaker Albert Epley
HONORABLE MENTION Dorothy Hurd
It has become the custom to award every year the Peruvian Key to the members of the staff who contributed most toward the production of the annual. (
The Editor and Business Manager take this opportunity to thank the staff meftbers for spirit of cooperation, and to thank also all those who have in any way aide ii a nbU6goS mis
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