surrounding woods to gather fagots fo r the camp fi re . '"No work, no cats," the edict of Sponsor Holch, was respected to the letter, and soon we haJ fuel pih:J h ig h about the fi re, where Rebecca Graham and her assistants were preparing the rcpa!'t for 11ur consumption. V ery soon all was in readiness, and we, tired from ou r games and wood ·carryin ~ . attended to th is next d uty with a will. Hot Jogs began to snap and si::lc in plai ntive tones as they were impaled on forked sticks and suhje~·t eJ to the flame. R elaxatio n, and entire dismissal of forma lity, comhinec.l wi th a friendly, geh tCljuaintcJ mooJ, rendered the party an orgy of feasting alternated at in tervals hy funny sto r ies, jcst:i, and good- natu red quihhling at which Bill Dallam, Mr. H o kh, ZaJa Atk ins anJ R ebecca Graham took no hack seat. Dne to the unfortuna te circumstances which kept a number of Juniors away, we \vere somewhat c.lclayeJ in ·'stowing away" a ll the food prepared by the cooks. However, this c.lifficu lty was sot ln sol ved w hcn we resorted to games and activity which in the end enahh:J us to d ispatch w ith the last remnants of that delightful tho ugh mammoth meal. Other duties of campus life call ing, we left the picnic grounds ea r ly , wh ile the woods still echoed with the sound of J un Jun Ra Ra, renc.ler.::J hy some twe nty lusty voices, in whose mi nds were three attenc.ling though ts: " Full we are" '·Friends we are" "And may this happy event he repeated , materi;dl y and also 111 the spir it of our further class association."
"P" CLUI3 ORPHEUM The an nual College Orpheum was staged very successfu lly Friday evening, Decem· her 12. After some lantern slides of Peru's first team of Bobcats, and the tea m (lf '2 4, and then a moving picture of the political troubles in Frogland, the prog ram began with a number of songs of yesterday and today inte rpreted by a group of col· lege men. M able Ewers then sang " In the Garden of Tomorrow," a nd the song w :ts greatly appreciated. The Crocker·Jones Company followed w ith a very clever and amusing little comedy - the best of the season. T he Peruvadors then proved their ability as a ja;:z o rchestra, and were followed hy a clever little act, " Reading the Funny Paper." Coatney and D elzell in "Takeoffs" kept their audience in an up roa r through th eir entire peppy, zippy part of the evening's entertainment . T he last act was the "Barrels" all r ight! Each chorus girl wore a harrel, lettc rcJ "Vanities 192 5." The Blue:tte polka was very prettily danced by Ra-e C rocker. The next was a scene of an Oriental goddess and the graceful daug hters of t he Nile. ·'Playfulness," an adorable little dance, was given hy Goldie T hor pe and Margaret Parker. The skaters, M ahle Ewers and Mario n O verholt, in their snow y white costumes, gave a pl-easing dance, also. The last number, '"Stepping the Steps," danced hy Mary Sue M oore and Dick Ehersole, was much praiseJ fo r its ease and grace. Fo r the "grand fina le ," they wer~
1925 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska