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EVENTS FALL MIXER The annual mi xer plan ned and carried out by the Christian organizations of th.:: school, was in the nature of an informal ice-breaking fun festival. During the fi rst pa rt of the evening a sho rt program was presented, followed by the presentation of the facu lty to the students. Then the fun hegan with games and contests of all sorts. A t the d ose of the evening everyone was served with dough nuts and coffee. SEN IORS The .. Senior Get Acquainted Picnic" occurred soon after school opened in September. Since it was held out in the open of course all the boys were present, for they were sure of a good time and plenty to eat. A s usual it took an ext ra half hour to gather, but we reached our destination at the time of day when a camp fire is most enjoyed. Here we prepared our delicious coffee and bacon and egg fry. With the growing d usk and in the firelight we enjoyed various games. But going home was a more difficult task, for the boys, instead of going back the same way :ts we had come, led us to a cornfield through which we stumbled and fell for at least a hal f hour before reaching the open road. W e were a ti red yet happy group who reached home feeli ng we had at least made the acquain tance of the members of our class. H OME-COM ING DAY October 2 4 was the date put aside for .. Home-coming" fo r Peruvians, this year. The alumni came hack to Old Peru in goodly numbers, and old friends and new had a glorious good time together. There was a special program in convocation in honor to the alumn i present, and in anticipation of the coming game. The Homecoming game was played with Doane, and no victory for Peru was ever more loudly cheered . The success of the team put everyone in fine spirits for the evening's program, w hich was much enjoyed by the present students and the old. The Dramatic C lub presented their first two plays of the season in the Aud i路 torium, and invited e veryone to come and enjoy themselves. And they did! The first play was "Joint Owners in Spain," a comedy which took the house by storm ; the second ..The Romancers"; and the third "Moonshine." After the plays all went to Mt. V ernon Hall, and g reatl y enjoyed the reception there. THE JUNOR PICNIC About 5::\0 on an early November evening the class of '26 appeared noisesomely, at the scene of picnic, on the old pageant grounds east of the athl'<!tic field, and after depositing of bundles and other parapherna lia peculiar to picnickers, proceeded to the P11ge 151

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1925 - The Peruvian  

1925 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1925 - The Peruvian  

1925 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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