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FRESHMEN On September I 0, 192-J., the following :Freshmen appeared fo r class work in the P eru D:.:monstration H igh S::hool: Opal Kelw John Bath Andy Polston E(l vthe Goings Donna Delzell M arga ret M ajors Wilma Neal Leora Leahy C linton Cowell Edwin Pierce Viola G regory C larence Kizer Stuart Ndson Edith Grafton Kathryn H edge Pete Yates Maurice Nelson R eginald Vance Vyril Applegate Virg:nia Milstead Eugene SJJerry W illiam Mdni nch M ax ine Sears Otto Boellstorff H arold Patterson Moorey Cook Emily Peterso n Edythe Grossoehme Sterl ing Nelson Oliver Graves Esabel H anson Ruth Adams Kathryn Briggs Dorothy Wright V era H utchi nson Thomas Rai lsback Freshmen are always welcome in our midst ; for, without them, how could there he any Seniors? T he first social event in wh ich the class participated was a H allowe'en party. Appropriate games and costumes, together with the Hallowe'en spirit, made it a n evening to be r-::memberecl. O n Decem'~e r 19, the class was presented as a Christm as g ift to the High School. There were jokes at the Freshmen's ex pense, but they were taken in the right spirit . T he Freshmen contributed to the enjoyment of the ann ual " Hi School N ite" by givi ng a sheet music revu<!. T he final event to which the class is looking forward is a picnic, by themselves and the Sophomores, which is scheduled for M ay 8. Let us ho pe that it w ill be ~'ls successful as has been our other undertakings. Pngcâ&#x20AC;˘ 7G

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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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