Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1935

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Faculty other people. Plans are underway for a class next year for both men and women in Home Problems, and we hope to have contests in various phases of Home Economics during the MINK Dramatic Contest next year. In the Physical Science Department, Dr. Albert takes the place of Dr. Lawrence who resigned to go to medical school. There have been no new courses offered in the department this year, but a change has been made in the plan followed in the past. A very valuable set of reference books is being added to the College Library by the department. The work of the Mathematics Department has progressed during the year and among the changes there has been the adoption of a new text in the freshman algebra course. Enrollments in the courses in analytic geometry, college geometry, and differential calculus show a general increase over the preceding years. The mathematics of finance was the only new course taught during the year. PEARL A. KENTON A. B.. A. M.. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages. SELMA S. KONIG A. B.. A. M.. Ph. D.. Professor of Modern Language. A. V. LARSON B. S.. A (.. Supervisor of Industrial Arts. C. R. LINDSTROM B S.. M. S.. Assistant Supervisor of Industrial Arts. ERNEST LORBEER B. S.. Assistant Director oi Physical Education for Men. MONA L. LYON A. B., Assistant Registrar. ELIZABETH McCOLLUM B. E.. A. M.t Director of Kindergarten. GENEVIE H. MARSH Dormitory Assistant. MARIAN MARSH A. B.. A. M.. Assistant Professor of English. ISABEL MASON A. B.. A. M.. Supervisor of Fifth and Sixth Grade Teaching. L. B. MATHEWS A. E.. A. M.. Principal High School. P. A. MAXWELL B. S.. A. M.. Ph. D.. Professor of Education. Head of Department. W. T. MILLER B. S.. A. M.. Ph. D. Associate Professor of History and other Social Sciences. Page Thirteen

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E. H. HAYWARD A B.. Registrar. FRANK H. HECK B. A., M. A.. Associate Professor of History and other Social Sciences. MARY L. HI LEMAN A. B.. A. M.. Supervisor of Third and Fourth Grade Teaching. MARIE H. FAULHABER A. B., A. M.. Associate Professor of English. BLANCHE A. GARD A. B.. A. M.. Supervisor of First and Second Grade Teaching. GLEN GILKESON A. B.. M. A.. Director of Physical Education for Men. ELM A I GOCKLEY A. B., Bursar and Secretary to tho President. FRANCES HARVEY A. B.. A. M.. Supervisor of Junior High School Teaching. ARTHUR L. HILL A. B.. Professor of Mathematics. C. A. HUCK A. B.. M. A.. Associate Pro fessor of Mathematics. ANNA IRWIN B. S.. A. M.. Associate Professor of Commerce and Instructor of Palmer Penmanship. V. H. JINDRA A B.. Director of Band and Orchestra and Instructor in Violin. Page Twelve Faculty upliftment and the school will profit very much by the exhibits and instruction. The work in the Social Science Department this year has been especially interesting with detailed studies of new decisions of the U. S. Supreme Court and the governmental changes in several of the European countries. A course in English History has been introduced which has proven helpful to prospective law students. The presentation of two operas in one year is a new veil' turc in our Music Department The piano recital with four pianos on the stage and eight people playing at the same time was something new for this college. This year saw the intro duction of six new courses for junior and senior students. The Home Economics Department has this year tried definitely to show people on the campus that Home Economics means something more than just “Cooking and Sewing," in fact, that it is a subject designed for everyone who lives in a house or room, cats food, wears clothes, spends money, or associates with NORMA L. D1DDEL A. B.. A. M., Associate Professor of Art. INICE M. DUNNING A. B.. Dean of Women.



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D. J. NABORS A. B.. M. Ph.. Assistant Professor of English and Instructor in Speech Education. PATRCCK II. NORWOOD A. B. A. M., Supervisor of Junior High School Teaching. NONA M. PALMER A. B., Professor of Commerce. EMILIE B. KIRK A. B., A. M., Assistant in Art. GRACE M. PETERSEN A. B.. B. S., in L. S. Librarian GEORGE W. SMITH A. B.. M. A.. Ph. D.. Professor of English. Head of Department. G. HOLT STECIC B. Mus.. Instructor in Voice. GRACE TEAR A. B.. A. M.. Professor of Principles and Methods in Education. J. W. TYLER A. B.. A. M.. Associate Professor of Education. Director of Rural Education. FRANK E. WARE B. S.. M. S.. Ph. D.. Professor of Chemi3trv. Head of Department. EDNA WEARE B. S., A. M.. Assistant Professor of Home Economics. DOROTHEA J. WEST Bookkeeper. JOHN M. WINTER B. Sc.. M. A.. Ph. D.. Professor of Biology. Head of Department. Faculty The plan of two sections in college algebra and trig' onometry which was tried for the first time last year was con' tinued this year with very satisfactory results, one section meet' ing before and the other after the convocation period. This year saw the addition of German to the Language De' partment Curriculum. German has been taught here before but not in the last few years. The Physical Education Department is building up a pro' gram of intramural athletics for both men and women in which all who are physically fit have a chance to participate. This program was enlarged and improved this year. The Department of Commerce this year has thirty majors and a large group of minors. Our supply of qualified commer' cial teachers docs not meet the demands. Two students have received excellent civil service appointments. Twenty'two stu' dents are paying a substantial part of their expenses by working as typists or stenographers. Page Fourteen

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