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KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA NEW "PE R UVIAN W ILL BE ONE OF I HISTORICAL SOCIETY MAN UAL F~TERNITY BEST" SAYS "";"· R. CARTER HEARS MANY REPORTS

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Other s Have B,een Elected But K~ppa Sig ma. Alph a, a local man - P r of, W . R. Car t er, P eruv ian ad-1 In ter esting Topics Discussed b y EmH ave Not Accep ted u al arts frater m ty, has b een fo rmed viser, says that work on one of t h e bry o History St udents upon t he camp us r ecently. Majors best Peruv i!l.Ils ev er edited is progr es-, P osit io ns for 1930-31 recent ly ac- or minors in ma.nu al ar ts who are · . · Stories of the days w h en oil lan:rs d . . k r "bl . sm g mce 1y. cen . t ed by .P er u Students are as fol- om g sup en or wor ar e e_igi e. i . . I and c an dles w ere the only light for · l d" Almost all t h e engravmg · wor k is . T w_en t.y c h,a rter m em b ers, m e u mg . . studying at the dormitory, and when lovvs, acor din g to Super inte.nclent S. b f h d Th h b d as~ocrnt~ mem ers, ar~ to hold mont h- 1ms e . e cover as een e- ·the Y. w. c. A. sponsored a c am L. Clemen ts, ch :.:irman of the P eru I y mee t rn ~s . Th e o.ff 1cers are: signed an d approved , an d a g r eat ./ paign against Sun day study ing w ere p lacement b ure::iu : Margar et E ng-leD on K eist er, p r esident '. deal of editorial work h as b een com- 1told irn a repor t on "Social Life at l(e111e:ier at St, L awr ence, Sout h D aH arr y S op h er, vice-pre1:ident · . p 895 1905,, · b w ·u· pleted and sent to the pnnter. -- eru, 1 , given Y J iam k ct a,· R uth Swanson, Benedi ct ·, Ellen Luth er P atterson, Eecret ary and Ok t t th 1 t" of p · •· j The snap shot section is on e of the r en a e reg u ar mee mg 1 Zi nk, Lou isville ; Helen Kucer a, Sut - treasur er · . . . Gamma Mu, ' Monday evening, Mar ch Chester Korber, corre-spondin g sec- mam f eatures m the book. It w1ll 1 24. ton; Irene D av is, r u ral Echool n ear r et ary. con t ain m an y su rprises for students Pi Gamma Mu is an ,h onorar y s oW et:'p ing W at er; Marg aret J enkins, , At t he present ti me t h ere is no Professor Oarter promised. cial science fr aternity whose 1ocal .national m an u al arts fr aternity how- · . . . . . Heb r on. . ' j At present th e md1cat1ons are that ch apter received its ch arter last ye;i.r h ere 1s ever, t a movement t o org an1 • • • Some ti me rgo, Helmu t Flr.ockman · 'l' h ' l f t . 't ' ll ff T t the P eruv ian w.ill b e re ady fo r distri- Ilargely through t he m strum ent ahty 1 1 iz~e JOc a. ra er.m Y "." a ia e . . of Char les Li ndsay, assistan t profes· ~ c r ep t ed t he pri '! cip ~ 1'-.1-1 i p at V :>lp nrwit h t h e n a1.10n al fr ater mty as soon bution as early as it _was last year, · . . f, · . sor of history, who is on leave o aiso, aft er consideri ng offers from as it is formed. about t he secon d week in May. b th' a sence 1s year. O"lr- nns ;i r d St r r m· burg. Mnrv in 1 . Ok r ent's r ep ort was on e of a ser ies "Dick" '11/ il'li " ms has accepted a m an - ir JOINT RECITAL HELD g iven by prob at ion ary 1 m embers to u r.l t rai nin g an d coachin g podtion at HIGH SCHOOL LOSES :JN AUBURN DEBATE I . AT ELIZA MORGAN :meet the r equirem ents set up by t h e Rosalie. Howard Zook will coach at E wing, and Low ell Decker is to t e.?.ch - -, local cl:J,apter for full memb er ship in· commer ci · I wor k at Br acly. where h e Drop· Final Enccunter of Season By Lorene Norton and L eana Hudson the fraternity. Ot her stu d en t s wh o Un.a•nimous Decision Giv e Joint R ecit a1 p r esented repor ts 00 their res uccee d.s H erb ert C asey, , 28. 1 R uby Mc F arr en h as t aken a p osid. sea.rc.h on local h istoty t opics w er e t ion in the eleme nt ary g r ades at I mThe Per u P rep deb ate team IOP,Lorene N orton and Leona Hu dson, as foilows: Ruth Beauchamp, Donna p e:rial. Phyllis D ?mm ast h as b een 1 p ed the fi nal deb at e of the season t o assisted b)·, Mar g al'et Cain fea ~ured in Jane Delzell, D onald Duryea, "W_illar d ~le~ted ~o t each m athem - tics in ~J-e Auburn h igh sc.q ool at Aub u r n, W ed- the fourt h of the series of Sunday F o"."'ler, Herbert I.v ens, Mildre.d:. JU.' !Or hi g h school nt Nebr:-ska City. nesday even ing, Mar ch 26. Th e A u- afternoon concerts in E liza Morgan / Kmgh t;, Kenn eth .Sher s, a nd Helen w here Viv ian Stocker wiil teach bur n team w hich h:>s h ad a ver v sue- ' M h 23 Wagner. 1 K inder g a r t en work. cessful se~so n rece-i ved the ~nani- p ar or s, al'C · · R u by Br own and Clara Hicks reAva Sn· yder is to t each a rural : mous d ec1s10n · · ' of th. e JU · d ges. ' Th e I The progr am was as fo llows: ,. p or ted at the .January meet . ing of the schcol n ear P w nce City, while Ber- ; P eru team , w hich t ook the n ega t ive The L otus F lower ------ - Schuman n ch apter and t he fo llowm g st udents n_ic: Kr an ~e::k ar:d Ina Custa.r d h ave side ?f t h e q u estion, " R esolved: That E legy• .--- --- - - - - - -;-------- Massenet pres~nted written rep_ort~ w,h ich were s11111lar p es1t1ons near Omah a. . t he p resent j ur y svs t em in crim inal T,he Violet - ----------- ----- Mozart not i ead at the meetm g. Eldon Haycases s.h ould be abolish ed in t h e u. J Miss Norton war d, Alma J orn, Susie McNei11, and YEAR BOOK RECEIVES S," 1 includ ed Byron Cherry, R obert My D esire - -- - ---- --- -- --- Cadma n Mrs, Leo nore Mag el. . A CLASS A RATING P ate., and Stephen G<iines. Aubu rn N oon and Night - ---~ - --- H awley .Annou.ncement of _the probaot1ona~y j w as' represented by Marsh all H owe, ; A 'Tum ble Down Place _____ Baynes ' m:mbers elected. t~ f ull m em bersh ip The 1929 P eruv ian has been r at ed , Ruth P enney, and Beth L angfo r d . Miss Hudson will be made w1th m t he n ext w eek as a clas s A ann ual in t he ni nth n a- 1 _ , Moon D awn - -- --- --- ·- - - - --- - F riml or two. tion al ye arbook contest of t he Na- ELLE N W IL SON NEW GIRLS !Puck ·- ------- --- - ------- - - - -- Grieg ' t ion al Schol_a~ti c ~ress Associ ation. CLUB PRESIDENT FOR 1930 Miss Cain F ORMER PERUVIAN R E CE I VES . P er: ons fa m:liar with t he 'York of the . I The Li nn et is Tuning Her F lute .. _ j · ONE OF NATIONS AWARD~ ·, 1()29 st r. ff give a lar ge sh are of t he E llen Wilson w as elect ed presiqent / Bauer I . - - ·: Cl'edit t o Wilbn~· Schind ler, editor; of Girls club, at the club m eet in g, 1 Sprin g Song - - ---- - - -------- Lynes W or th Conkle,_a Peru a)umnus, h as P aul Com bs, bus.mess m r.n ager; P rof. Mo nday ' March 24. Other officers H arp of D e11g . h·t • ----- -- ---- Harri's recently been aw arded a GuggenW. R. ~ ar~er, faculty. ~dviser; and I elected at this ti~e . were vice-p r esi- / Miss Norton j h ein;i fellowship,_which carr ies with it B ob Muipl11ee, w ho se1 viced th e b ok. 1 dent' Mar g aret Cam·• secret ar .y • D or- 1, M y p eace Th ou A r·t - ------- Shubert a stipend . . en ablm g the h.ol der . t o de. Th e volume w as en~Taved b y the othy H arkson; treasurer, Belv a Gard- T he Monotone - ---- - - - ---- Cor nelius v~te h is time ,t o research m his s pecial So:::thwcEter n E ngr avmg; Compan y , er; an d the p r og r am commit t ee, Vir- j The Asra - - ------------ Rubenstein f ield. at H ouston T~x as, an d print ed and · gini a McNeal, a.nd Leon a Selle Miss H udson . Mr. Con kle gradua.ted from Per u bot'. n ~ by t '. e Hu ~~-Stc.~hens Press at I .After the election Mrs. !nice Dunin 1919, ~ut recei ve~ his. b !1c)1elor's J cffc1son Cit y, M1. som 1. .n1g; de an of women., spoke of "hit chF aculty m embers h ave p lanted a d~gree .f1 om t he U~11vers1ty_ of N ehi king ." The g irls were urged to g ar den two blocks no,rt h of the camp- b.1 ask a m 1921. He is at _prea~e.nt asNE¥~. F~UNTAI N F OR CAMPUS th in k seriously before t hey m ade use us. They are trying to fin d out who/ sis~ant ~rofessor of Eng lish I~ t!-<> As tcs gi ft to t h e college, the class 1 of this m ethod of getting h on1e. is t he best g ardener. Umver~ity " of . Delaware. He ,!s t h e , of 1929 i3 h aving a fo unt 3in erected · j a ut h or of Cn ck-Bottom Pl ays~ in the center· of t he fl ower gar den 1 Professor Conkle u~uall~ visits in ea~t of t he admin istration building P eru each sununer wit h Ju s p arents, W ork was b egun last we€k. , DUST, GRIME, AND DIRT CHASED OUT Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Conkle. c mp_n s cleaning h as begun and OF LAST YEAR'S CLOTHES!!!! AUTO :MECHANICS IMPROVEMENT alre ady t he short cuts 1 acrors the J - And if you wish,. we will r estyle and remodel t he c ampus h ave b een aban doned . So The auto mech an ics d epartment t ogs- We will. " cha"nge t he lands cape" - the "old" P eru seems li kely to h ave t his year h as incr eased the equipme nt by adlook wm give way to newness. the beautiful c amp us of which it alding n ew devices unt il it is now able w ays boast s. D en.n Delzell says t h at - Springtime is the best time for this ,~ort of work. to fix everything' from a p u ncture it is the hope of the fri ends of the t o a new top.. .A:ti acetylene welding campus t o h ave a " do g -gone" c ampus. 1 outfit is t he most imp or tan t addition, The adm ini£tration p l ans to get a ,A new d ormitory will be erect ed at Clea ner s and Tailors Phone 62 ' ; Wrig ht airop l ' Ile engin e for exposit he Hebron college in t he near futur e. -..---·"I!.'>-~----..,,.,--~~ ,.,,~ t i on and ex J.l .I1 11e ntation.

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THE PEDAGOGIAN

TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1930.

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TEACHERS WANTNIG TEACHING POSITIONS IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING STATES: Arizona, Colorad o, . Idah o, K ansas, Montan a, N eb rask a, Nevada, New .Mexico, No rt? D akot a, Sout~ D.ak ot a, . Okla.homa, Texas, Utah, Wyomrng- Should w rite m1mediatep t . ly. romp service. · MISSOURI VALLEY TEACHERS AGENCY . 315 Tabor Oper a House, D enver, Co1o.

The 1930 summer school c::t alog , ' w ill p r oba'bly b e re ady for distribu• · . tion by the end of t h e week. accord- ! ' ing t o Dr. Castle M. Brown, college I ~ . M h'I ~ reg istr ar. eanw 1 e, a copy of t he summer school schedule is t o be f oun d on t h e main . d es k 1n . th e col"l ege n ff' · =<:::::,.~="'=>~~=""'c o ice. • ~<:::::,.="'=>=<::>=<::>~ .. I Dr. Brown spent F r iday and s~ t ...__...__""' _~ u r d ay, March 28 and 29, at OmRh a,

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should not let any small l:eep him away from the poles.. This is a Lunches Hot. Drinks Candy, Sodas Eloise F air.head _____ Business Mgr. chance for a great ·m any of the students to take an act ive nart in the Meet Your Friends Here a commu.nity life of Peru.,- ~nd they """"""""=-------.-""-'--~ SOME STUDENTS ELIGIBLE TO should take advantage of it. , VOTE ON VILLAGE ELECTION

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Will ,b e a Bn dg et Event by the Peru All of the hostesses from the girls' Th.e team of the Demon_-, Unusual _T ype of Play Brings For.th n ·ramatic Club and bo ys' ro omin g and boarding h ous- , strat1on high school has won three Undiscovered Talent es we r e invit ed to a bud ness and so- 1debates and lost the same number. --"The Qu een's Husba.nd," a dr ama dal meetin g h eld ?t E!iza Morg an The teams were made up from the The annual trophy fund show was of court life, by · Robert E h all T h ursd ay ev enin g, An ril 3. I following people: Robert Pate. Byr on 1held April 2, at ei g ht o'clock in t he ett The m ain t oni.c for the e.vening w as Cherry, Stephen Gai~es, Harold Stolz, i college auditorium. SI1erwoo d w1. 11 b e .presen t e d bmmth y e .. . · . · · . 1 b F ·a A . t he d1 scuss10n of m aking plans for and Opal Gro v er. Dick's Peruvadors Otto Boellsto:rff P eru D r ama t 1c c u r1 ay, pn 1 11 , . Al h h 1 h · ' ' as a bud get event. t ou g? t ey ost t e neg ~ hve /Mac Dunning, Dwane S ams_, ,Elvin 1the increased enrollment for sum• . mer school. debates with Humboldt and Sacred Semrod Charles .Trenholm. K eith . Th e seen;- of t he play i_s a my.th1cal - Miss Ruth Ahlberg gave a short Heart and the oeb ate with the Au- : Wolfe 'Lois Metcalf D oris Rice an d k 1ngdom si tuated on an island m the · h h · h b t h" h h h d ·n I ' ' ' · · . health r eport wit emp ans on t e urn earn w JC as a so muc I Lorene Norton started the ev ening N or t h sea, somewhere between Den· · · · · th f bl d · ' · . . program th at 1s bemg earn ed oµt m experience, . ey w on. avora e e- , off right with several popv,la r song m ark and Scotland. The play 15 th e college. The co-operation of the cisions from th e .Tecumseh. Nebra~k~ hits b ased_ up?n ~neen Marie's visit to students and hosteoses as well as co- , City, and Bratton Uniori deb ates. In E. 1 Sk It d h b ·h . America m 1926 ' · . h . p ve yn e · on 1e er unc m a · operation amon g the students them- the last t ree mentioned the eru 1 d L . S d H en d 11c · k s is · d'1rcc t'mg th e P 1- y. selves is t he• r e son of t!;ie success of team h ad the affirmative . . . omse on eregger, M.• 1 s side 0f t he c ever ance, . i·.ng · · p 1aye d b y L owe 11 the he alth prog<ram ,Grace Rowhnson, Th e Ieac.1 pa rt 1s quest ion which w as : Resol ved: Th at I Hazel . Mathews, . . · mere l Y a · After the bu<iness · · h our in the rec- the present ]Ury . . cnmmal . . D ee k e1,· t h e k'mg, w h o is system rn .Muriel MaJors . · .Verlla Fenster, dMarI ~ : I garet Cam, Lucille Coleman, an na i ..1g·ure h ea d an d r econc1·1es h.1mse If reation h all the guests were ent er- ··c ases should ·be ab olished. · t o tha t p csition. However when t ained bv the n ew Victor combinaMrs. Leo'iiore ' M:>gel-, a m ember of ,. CuBstard wd eG r e ltlhe t ap d adncFers. k K · · t o th e s t a t ure o f a Lion in ·Eliza Morgan p 11 rlor. Mrs. the college debat e team co ach ed t he er.nar a ro i;se d h e nrns . 't t d fa oway . a n ls t r an h er• • · · arm anuna Q sue ex· 1 ner .1m1 a e man. ! nice Dunni ng ~ isted bv Mrs. W . R. high school team throug hout the seath t th d' Id t • • a e au 1ence w ou no 1 actness Ada Brummer, the queen, is born P ate served lig ht r efreshments. son. ' h ave been surprised if some of t he t o the purple and wears it with a SU• ho gs they were callin g ten miles away perb air. She ..recognizes 'her superi- PERU HOPEFUL OF LUCILLE HUGES GIVES w ould h ave responded. o r it y over the king and dominates GOOD TRACK SQUAD j SENIOR PIANO RECITAL The Bob ki ttens were not t o be h im. . - -.- ' .- - · I slighted in this show-so S etzer and 'Pri ncess Ann an everyd ay sort of frack Squad CoJ!' posed of a Great Shows Ability As An Artist With .a ' Vosberg introduced t he eight t iny g id . is pl aye d. .by Margare~ Je!)kin~. __:!Si!mbe.r. , of Veterans ,, Varied Program.. (Bobcats h y an .aPPTOJlr iate- song. Th e She longs to live h er own hfe and is . - -.B'obkit tens we r e .children from the very in depe nd ent and modern. j 'Th~ Peru · State Teachers College Mr. Robert T. Benford, college / training- .school.. P1 h~ce Wi lli ar;i o: _Greece, played tr ack squ ad w;Il ccmpete in their p~ano. inst ructor pres en.ted one of / Korber surprised t~e audience with b y R ich, r d Wrig ht, 1s the man by fi n t tTack-m eet of the ~pring sea- his p.rn.no students , Lu Clll e Hu ghes, some fancy t ap dan clD g. Oft e of the ro yal order Ann is destined to marry. snn when they p 2 rticip ate in the in a senior r ecital at the coll ege aud - highest. p eaks of the e vening's ent er." S he is really in love with Fredrick Hastin g's R elays, at Ha~tin gs, on itorium, Frill"Y evening, April 4. t ainment w as r eached wh e n the skyGr a t n, s =cr e ;i ~y o: the K ing, p!tyed Ap r il 12. A ccordin g to Coach Lon Miss Hugh.es presented a varied i' scr ap~ rs built a~d tumbled; Sue We~­ : by Lawrence Wilson. , R. Gr?f the pl ans are to t ake a half p.rogram which demonstr ated a fin- ner, Grace Ro whn son., Loms e SonderA conspi ra cy is carried on against mile relay team c omposed of Mum- I ish ed techni que. .She was presented . egger, Delores P orr, H azel Mathews. · t he Ki ng headed by General North- per, Zook, Williams, Sams, and Wic- : with several flor al gifts. ,. Virginia Ma t hews, ~ar,guerite D e.er.up, An thony Artz, a haughty dorp.- ina. These men are all veter ans and I Th e progr am was .as folows: son, Ly da H ayek, ~1ta Byer s, i\:1faxina nt t yp e, who h as in league with should stand an excellent chance of · Andante con V ari ozione ---- Haydn ine R~sell, Ina Custar d , Helen Kar: · him Brenton, a diplomat, Harold winnin g this event. I-Nocturne c Min. Op. 48 No. 1 -I tenb<1 n,. ana Mar th a Walkiri_sh aw exRusselt. / In the indj vidual ev nts Frank/ ' Chopin l hibited . unusual strength arid p hySiP hipps, the butler, played by Stev- · Kern er w ill prnb ably co~p~te ,in the Prelud: Op. 28 No . . 15 --- - -- Chopin .cal fitness. . en Tu1 ille, is the King's ri ght hand hurdles a nd the j :! velin. Fra.nk is a 1 On Wmgs of Song -- Mendelssohn- 1 Althou &"h Peru h as never had a m an. P etley an attendant about the vet er an of the s qu ad end prob ably I . . . · · _Liszt gra~d. ~pe'ra it _has:_ now ha? music 'In ·. .·• r oyal s uite, is played by Charl otte will o lace in both events if he is in Rondo Capncc1,oso - --- Mend.elEsohn foreign t_o ngue . sun g on .it s stage. · P k ------------------------ Gr1eg · ~ ""'h' B~uemians, t.• • · ,,. E • (.,., · F Carlson. j condition. .1. e m1i1 Tu ,.• 1c1 ..,a, r e d 1 uc · Bl e.n t , · comman· d er of th e · Amon g t b e fr esh men who are out Idyllen --- - --------Macd ow ell Shestak~ and Frank Kern er, acquaintMaJor · · ·· h · · .. · d · · y 1rg · 1·1 · B ug b ee. . T wo revo- reg u 1arly, Whyman and Bruce are Shadow a r my, 1s R h H D ance . H--- - - -K--- - . MacdoweU Ch · ed dus1 wit their· n ative an ces. song-s, · · t · h l . us our m on g ong __ ? S ID en an gu age. u t10ms s rep resen ting t e peop e, are showing up . to adv antage. IT . D Alb . Th "D - Fa f :,; b E ditha Laker, Mac Dunning and Felhnan j · . . . ango m ----- - ------- --emz · e ance . n '.15Y• Y . . ' Fri day., April 18 t here W111 be an · Prokes and Loui se Sonder egger reW ayne Reed. · intercl ass meet t o ..be held at the SOPHOMORE CLASS PLAY vealed t he· talent of two ef P~f'u's Ada B1·ad~ and H~len. Gilb~r~ play . P eru st adium, and on Satur day April GETS UNDER CONSTRUCTION am ateur d a ncers. the p art s of the ladies m w a1tmg to 26 there will be held the .annual " His m usic ch ar ms t he ear"-we t he queen. . South-Eastern N ebraska track meet / The sophomore class pl ay, "The (Continh ed On P a ge Four)" The m anuscript of the origin al di- in which eig ht teams from south- Fourt h W all,'' h ?s been st arted with r ector is being used. The production e~ stern N ebraska will comp ete. On Dorothy Dearin g as director. MiSll GIRL S A<r 'DORMIT ORIES BUY · w ill be v ery elaborate and produced May 2 _there b_e a dual meet at Dearing is a senior this y ear iri P eru 1 COMBINATION TNSTRUMEN';r as nearly as possible like the Broad- Marys ville, M1ss9un , and th e f ollow - end has h ad exp erie.nce in directing 1 · ·- ·· · · . w ay production_. . . I ing day.' Ma~ 3, the M. L N. K._ track plays. As a result' of t r you ts the fol - 1 A Victo·r ~O-rthop'h~nic. ~o·mbirfatiti'if . · ···;, m eet will b e h eld at Peru. This laft lowing cast h as been ch osen. · radio a.nd p hono graph has been pre. ·· MINERVA CLUB event promises to bring to gether Jimmy Lud g rov e ------- - J ohn Bath 1sent ed to E liza Morgan hall by t he · The Minerva club met Thursday m any hig h school stars. On May 9 Susan Cunning h am __ Donn a DelzelJ 1.giTls of bot h h alls. ' eveni~g April 3, in Miss nr~_ce Pet- . the Bobc a ~ wm journ ey to Wesley an _Edward L aver.ick .:. _____ Don Dury ea ·1 Th e nu:chine was purchased t'hi·o~gh erson s apartment. The meeting con- : to engage m a dual meet. Edward · P . Car t er ____ D an McSwan Mr. E: Sch wed heltn · an d was ma de sisted of t he reading of revi ews of 1 Pl ans are under way for nn open Jane West __ __ Elizal;>eth Mc Knight possible by t he one dollar donation late bo.oks. A short play, "The Dying meet for all the colleges of Nebrask a Arthur Ludg ro ve - - - -- -- - Cl ay Coy from each g irl. Wife," w~s re ad library style. Miss to be held at Hastings. Coach Gr af P. C. Mallet ___•____ _ Herber t Ivens This 'machi.Oe adds to ' t he beabty o1 " Peterson served delicious re~resh- express.ed approval of the open m e~t I "Sergeant" Mallet ~ - E uge ne R ar ick . Eliza Morgan h ~ll and is eno~heJ' ments. Short·stor,y reviews will be and said that Peru would enter 1f Adams - - ------- - --- - -- ·H ar vey Co le i luxu ry fo r the grrls at t he d ormJ.tor,viven at the next meeting, April 17. such a meet could be ar ra nged. J Major F othergiil ____ _, _ B. Gall owRy lee.-.

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TulsnAY, APRIL 15, 1930.

PERU, NEBRASKA,

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JESSIE JOY '3~ WINS IPERU RELAY TEAM FRAT WILL SPONSOR BUDGET PLAY DRAWS NATIONAL HONORS WINS CHAMPIONSHIP TALKING PICTURE . LARGE AUDIENCE --- , Makes Fourth Winner for Peru in A relay team composed of Mumper, the Past Three Yearsi Williams, Zook. a.nd Sams journ~yed to Hastings last Saturday to comJessie Joy ~32 a ,s cholarship .§_tudent pete in the- Hastings' relays and back the championship in fr om .S alem and an outstanding Peru brought tbe 880 y1lrd even~

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Miss Joy's topfo w as, jump but sprained his ankle ·o n the remarkable acting in "Madame X," King, succeeded in giving a masterly "Nitrogen, How Obtained, and Rela- first jump and was unable to continue: '"Charming Sinners~" and "The Doc- interpretation of his part. He seemed However his ju"inp of 19 ft. 10 inches tor's Secret. very well adapted to his role. t ion to Agriculture." was good for a fourth place· . "The Laughing Lady" is a powerful Ada Briirnmer made a most digniThe Amerjcan Chemical society Captai.n Frank K'erner was entered human drama played against a backfied Queen. Her haughtiness and g ave $50,000 in prizes for essays on in the j avelin throw and won a fourth ground of ·smart, modern sophistica- domineering manner were p articularc hemist ry by high school students, place. He had previously broken the tion. ly well portraye.d. norm als, teachers colleges, and uni- meet rec.ord with a hea ve of 177 feet, It js the story of a woman who · Margaret Jenkins, as Princess Anne, versity freshmen. Thirty-six young but it was not eounted as he stepped laughed at death, I.a ughed at the was mos t charming. Her sweetness irony .of fate, laughed at her ow~ and love for the simple p]e·asures of p ers o ~ s divided $12,000 in lots of $500, over the line. PRESENTS GROUP RECITAL breaking Jieart-but who could not 1 life were a decided contrast to the $300, and $200 e.ach, the major prizes. .Mr. R T.' BenfoJ:d presented a . laugh when the chance came to r~in arrogance . and ar.tif!ci al~ty of t he H alf a mi1Iion essay$ were writte n. group of his advanced piano stude.nts the man who had wrecked her life, Queen. Miss Jenkrns acting was very There were two prizes won in the in a studio recital at the college aud- . It's a diamond-cut-diamond drama, spo.ntaneous and .natura~.. teachers' c olleg e d.ivision of the con- itorjum, Wednesday, April 9, at 4 : 30. •the story of a man and woma,n who The part of Prmce ~ilham of .Grek t est last yea r by Peru st udents; Joe The following students played groups 1 meet first as enemies, next as friends was we.II taken by Richard Wrig~t. J ones won first place and Marion~ of two numbers. Lorene Norton, Mar- 1 and finally as lovers. · Lawre.nc,!'! W~lso~, as Freden~k W arn er wo n third pl ace. The- yem· ga ret Eng elkemier., Georgia Jorn, / Ticket!> may be pi:rrch-as ed on the G.ranton.r the. Km g s s~cretary, did b efore last, S am Traudt placed second. Bernice Nelson, Ro1and Stephenson, campus starting t oday or at the thea- some very favor able actmg. Eloise Fairhead, and Edna Seewald. . ter. The ruthless character of Gener'~=~ ~ al Northup was well shown by .AnNEW GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS ~ 1 thony Artz. The role of Lord Burten INTRODUCED AT MEETING ~ was well interpreted by 1fa'r old ~ Russell. New officers of the Girls' club were O ~ Phip,ps, the butler, was pl ayed by introduced by the old officers at a . ,Steven Turille.. Mr. Turille deser ves tea in· Eliza Morgan h all parlor~ Wed- ~ much cred.it for his fine bit of acting. nesd ay afternoon, AprH 9. Q The r emainder of the cast;, all of The incoming officers are: Elle.n We could say, as has been said before, "Do your g r ad~,whom deserve favo rable comment Wilson, we11 known for her musical ~ uation shopping early," but we won't. ~ are: Petley, ..an attende~t,, . Charlot te activities, president; Margaret Cain, Carlson; MaJor Blent, Virgil Bu gbee; vic e~pres id e nt; Dorothy Harkson, secDr. Fellman, Wayne Reed; L aker, \ During the next month we w.ill be getting in gift goods retary; Belva Carder, treasurer; and Mac Dunning; Ladies in Waitin g Vi rg ini a McNeal , prog ram chairman. -goods that you will be proud to give to the one who Ada Brady and Helen Gilbert. Th ese g irls succeed Madonna Brady, has been able to pass successfully the beg inning period Miss Marian Hendrick, dir ector of Phy11is Dammast, Vivian Stooker, of his or her life. the play and head of t he speech -de~ucy ~nderson,_ and Enid Colglazier, partment, deserves much credit for m their respective offices. the success of the p·roduc tion. A group of musical numbers was ~ !!/ou slzould come look at our Tl]e production staff deser ves menpresented by each of the following: tn, tion for their co.ntribution t o t he Gra ce Peterson, Clara Belle Hicks, d, • /, leaf' tlz lz our cataplay. and the string trio consisting of Ruby tsp a_ys, roug ~ Prompter, Alice Hartford ; stage Br?wn, Winifred Pettit, and Ellen I~ loges, ITzf{Utre about our prices. man ager, George Cook ; stag e comWilson. Several numbers were heard j / mittee, Mac Dunning., P aul Hoy, Ru t h over the radio recently insta11ed in Sehaffer, Helen Kalt enborn; p roperty the dormitory, We want you to do this before you go to other pl aces managers, Dick Wi'ILiams, Vivian to look. Than we want you to MAKE COMPARISONS. Whitehill; costumes, Ru t h Beauch PROF. HOYT TO BE HOME SOON amp. Ruth Ha r ajian ; house. Glen na. Word received Thursday, Apri'J 9, ian Stooker; prog r am, Gladys K imfrom Prof. W.. F. Hoyt, head ' of the ft is lime lo /Je .Cooking .7fround, Goss; Ad vertisin g, Har vey Cole, Vivphysical science department, who left (/ sey, Monday, April 7, for Rochester, Minnexl month ll will he !lJuyin.17 Olmo The college orchestra, directed by nesbta, to go thr.o ugh the Mayo ClinV. H. Jindra, furnished t he· m us ic. ic, indicates that the diagnosis of his case so far h as been very favorable, Jfpri/ ls 1.Jiamond 91/onth SOCIETY and that he hopes to be home· soon. Mr . and Mrs. R. T. Benford ent erMr. Hoyt's classes are being met t ained t he college Mens' Glee club at during his absence by his regular stufl ' ~ t heir home, Tu esd ay evening , Ap ri l . dent assistants, Mary Alice Engles, 8. The me n rehearsed the program Ji!.ussell Sc.h aefer, Edward SchaefeJ·, ~ which t hey pre ented Saturd ay night , and Jack Fisher. Apr il 1 ~

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:BRICKWOR'K COMPLETED .Work on Addition to Dormitory Dining Room Being Pushed ',I'he contractors for the addition to . . ' th e d rnmg room an d k't 1 c h en a t th e ' do_rmitory have be·en at work for

NEW MEMBERS PLEDGED ~~~~ ! TEA<;:HERS WANTNIG TEACHING POSITIONS IN ANY Eleven students were pledged to OF THE FOLLOWING STATES: membership in Kapp a Delta Pi at the Arjiona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montapa, Nebraska, meetfng of the fr aternity held on Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South,. D akota, OkTuesd ay evenin g, Apr.il 8, i.n the junla.homa, Texas, Utah, Wyoming- 'Should write immediateior hi g h .school assembly .rQom. These Iy. -Prompt -ser-v-k e. ~ students are: Elv~n Semrod, .Kenneth ~ MISSOURI VALLEY TEACHERS AGENCY Li}ly , Jo}m B a th, Sylvi a D_avis, L.e.315-'l'ab.o.r ilp.era House, -nen_v.er,. -C.oJ.o. nore M a~el, Helen. Kalte~born, Mar- ~="'>-=~=<::::,.~~ ·gar et Cam, Bernic. e . Miller, Lela Wittwer, Ann Chr.1st1 a n, and Cl ara "'~---.....-~-~.- ...... Overturf.

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'1ubber Ind11stry!' Marvin Overturf reviewed the first issue of "Bios" !fri Beta's official journal, which appeared on March 10. Plans were discu ssed for carrying out a membership drive for the Nebraska Academy of Science, which will meet in Peru May 9 and 10.

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Marie Parker ---------------- Editor Elmer Hertel, .new p.resident of Y,. POPCORN Iva Pierce --------- Assistant Editor 5c bags or lOc Cirrton. Eloise Fair.head ____ :... Business Mgr. M. C. A. for 1930, is well known on the campus, for he is treasurer of the ' DELIVERIES TO DORMITORY and ROOMING HOUSES junior class., president of Mens' club, Witho.ut extra cbar.ge · wILLIAM OKRENT LEAV:.ES and a member of Tri Beta fraternity. FOR HOME IN NEW YORK The other officers elected at a meet- ; 'll' / ing held in the Little Theatf e, We(l- . -P hone ~4 4 Doors South of Crystal M W r. .1 rnm ·Okrent, a se.nior at nesday evening, are: I . • . Peru, left last Sundav afternoon via Vice-president --------- John Bath a chickPn car from F~lls City to New Secretary---------- Walter Weise -•-"'-"-~~-..,_,_ York City. his home. Treasurer ---------- Paul Landolt For Q.uality Meats and Grocerie~ Mr. Okrent has taken part in a Program ---- Allen Lichtenberger great many of the extra curricular A talk, "The Southern Negro," by activWes of Peru, some of the most Mr. P. H. Norwood, caused the Y.. M. Fi:::esh Vel?'etables-Our price is 1~i2'ht notable of which were: president of C. A. to have a much larger attendthe Dramatic club, editor of the Ped-I ance. at this meeting. ag ogian, and secretary for Men's - ----club:. BETA MU CHAPTER TO MEET ...

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Fnday, Apr il 18, P eru Prep was re-1 the N ebr aska Ac i:tclemy of Science I Schock was clearlv the cl ass of th e presented by Charles T renh olm, which will meet on the Peru campus, I Fnri ntP. rs a nd -coa ~t~ d t n v i ctori ~s in trombone soloist , H elen Gilbert, vie - ; May 9 and I Q. b oth d ash e ve nts, the 100 llnr1 220__. _ inist, a~d ~ust.on Kingsolver, clarinDr. Ge:man n was educated at GenLon R. Grai Br iggs' tim e in t he 440, 1 :G6.6, w ;is et sol01st, m the solo events.' The eva,, Berlin, Lausan.ne, an~ Ne~chateL during this s ame per iod Peru h as w on e xcept ionally fa, t confiderin.g the P eru Prep Boy~ Glee club .<l1rect"ed · H e h as taught ~t th.e Umvers1t~ of i eig ht ch ampionships; four in b asketcondi t io n of the ti:hck. by Marg:;iret Cam a nrl the Girls Glee , Geneva, th e Umvers1ty of I n<lia.na, . ball, three in football, and Qne fa In th e f ield ev en ~ , Bentl e y's toss club directed by Marg aret Enge l- Cornell university, Colorado School track· and in 1930 the state board ded th e j avc ll n WP.s e~sil ~' th e outst ?n d- kemier also entered the Frid a y of Mines, an d U!1ivers ity of Colora- / clared a no-championship in footb all ing p er f rrn a nc-e. P ate's sh ot p utti ng,, events. . . , do. . . . . /'as both Chadro,n and Peru had lost w h ich gave P eru her only f in t dur- I On Satur~ay t~e hig h school ch orus This sc1ent1st ha-s been honored as .a game. i r,g the n ftP.rn 0.~ n w as good frr a n under t he d1rect1on of Lorene N orto n follows: R esearch F e llow of the Car - j P eru h as l ost only four fo otb all e ar ly season he ave. . . a~<l ~he ~eru Prep orc~estra u_nder neg ie l nsUtution 1915-l~J.8 and 1.92~- J games in seve n years under t he Graf T he 880 yard r el :-y fu r ni·sh<"d t he t e d1rect10n of Ruby Br own entered 926, F ellow_ of th.e Phy sical _S oc 1et~. , r egime, .and in 1927 the Peru team l:ip:r·er, t thrill of l he rf• er n non, Ne- the contest. . m emb er of Amer ican Cheq:u cal So- 1 failed to taste a def eat, a nd were not br osk a City wi nriin ~ fr<:>ni Tec~in,eh · . · Last y~ar _Peru P rep won first place ciety'. a nd m ember of t h e Societ y de/ scored upon unt il the final game of h " tl .a ir t ig ht fr1 iEh. Wessel of Ne- rn the distn ct co ntest at Omaha. , Physique of France. / the season, when a long Kea rn ey pass braska City p asse d the entire fi e ld of netted a touchd own. entr ies in t he la.st sec-: ion to ncse out ' MANUAL ARTS FRATERNITY MRS. LEA'NORE MAGEL WINS In track, a comparit ively new sport T1~cn rnseh, A.11 ~t1rn, nn <l Hu~1br.ldt in·: H OLD INITIAL MEETING BAR ESSAY CONTEST HERE t P eru, Graf h as shown a re r 1arka blank et frn 1s h of th e f inal race · _ --· / (Conti nued On P age Fo u r l of the d ay. P eru, considered a stron g Ii..app a Sig ma Alpha, th e new in - 1 Mrs.. Lea.nore M ag~l., a seni o_r stu- : _ - - - -- - - 1 (Continued O n· P age F o ur) • dustrial a rts fr aterni t y, h eld its ini- , d ent, was awarded f1r~t p lace in the I JUNIOR-SE NIOR BANQ UET TO / tia l me€tin g at t he h ome of Profesco ntes.!'._ at Peru on her essay j BE HELD AT E LIZA MORGAN I NSTALLATIO~·J O F N~\V · rn r A. v. L arson, · ! written for the Nebra~ka Staie Bar OFFICERS AT Y. M. C. A. ; A p 1an f or s t·1mu ' . t eres t.1n t h e ' Ass oci ation. T his essay was ~ent t o JI/J r The Ju nior,.S~nior b a n quet will be 1at'm g rn /. . . . · Fred S. Ber ry of Way,ne, who h as 1 h eld May 3 in Eliza Morgan h all. Tl:e i n~t:-olln ! i0n of n ew officers : industn a l a r ts f ield m _N ebras k a was ch rir ge of the State contest. The decoratio.ns, in ch arge of Iva took place W ednesday evening a t Y. f presente d a nd accepted. In de velopThe Nebra.sk a .Sta te Bar Associa·- Pierce, will be carried out as a gardM. C. A.. Following t his t he m en all ing th.is p lan, two hundred letters t ion throug h j t s citize ns hip com mi t- e n scen e. went to t he g ymnasium for a swjm. have been sent out to state hi gh tee with Mn. Char les E. Matso n as Afte r th e ba,nquet, the j uni ors and Office rs i nst alled ar(;!: schools ur g ing th em to s p onsor a con- ch airman is having another Bar Es- sen iors will h ave the first college Pre iden t, Elrniir H ertel; vice-pres- test .de vised by Kappa. Sig ma." Alph a Sf;LY contest which closes Apri l 21, d ance t o be he ld on th e P eru campu id cnt, J olin Bath; secretary, Waite · me mbers. 1930. _ · Ellen Wilson is ch airman of the W eise; tre as ur er, P a ul L a,n dolt; and Mrs. A. V. La rson and Duane S ams Mr. V. E. Chatelain was in char ge program committee. N ella B air d is p rogram chairmnn,, Allen Lichtenber- furn ish ed a m usical prog ram fo r th e of the local con test. •An y r eg·ul arl y in ch n< ·e of tbe mPnu, wit h th e home g-er. · even in g-. "' J (Conli n u Pd On P::: : < Thn P) r;i f' . i ·lo i";.!'.

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Otto ~oelst<> rff, violinist, ano Mar__ OF THE FOLLOWING STAT ES: Q garet En gelkemier , soprano, will "The Fourth W all" Is an En glish Arizon a, Color ado, Idaho, K ansas, Monta n a, N eb rask a, ~ prese·nt the fo llowin g p r og r am at a Det ective Story Nevada, N ew Mexico, North D akot a, South D a k ot a, Ok• joint r ecital t o b e g iven at the college ~ lahom a, Texas, Utah , W yoming- Shoul d write im m ed iat e~ auditorium, .at 8 o'clock, ·Saturday " The Four th W all,'' an E ng lish cl ely. Promp_t service. ~ ni gh t, April 26. t ecti ve c omedy by A. A. Mil ne, w hi ch MISSOURI VALLEY T EACHERS AG ENCY Concert.o in G, 1st mov~me.n t _ \lfotti r· b,as pl ayed -in ·Amer ica u nd er t he t itle 315 T ab or Oper a H ouse, Denve r, Colo . n --of "The P er fec t !Alibi," will be 1 pro - ~~=-<:::>=<::>~~~~ Moonlig ht -- --- ---------Schuma nn duced by cl ass, Fri/ . t h e soohomo1·e . · The Nut-Tree --- ---- - ---- Schumann d ay, May 2. It is a S amuel French -....-~-...._.....-~~.,.-~~:;:::oo-.~~cz~'"i

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P ainter , N ebraska City, third; an d SOUTHEASTERN T RACK MEET Harshberger., Humbo1dt, fourth. T im e (Continued From Page One) candidate for the 880 honors lost the 2:16.8 . 220 yd. Dash- Schock, F a lls City. bato.n on the first lap and was disfirst; J u g enmier, Auburn, second; qualified, Story, Tecumseh,, third ; and N ewton, Auburn displayed the b est b alanced Peru, fourt h. Time :25.L 4"40 yd . Run- Br iggs, F alls City. te am i,n t h e m eet, winning pl aces in almost every event. F ailure t o re- fi rst; Ingersa'll, Tecumseh,, second ; ceive· only one first cost them a p os- Kimball, Auburn, third; and R ou and, T ecumseh, fou rth. Time •:56.8. sible c h ance to win. A summary of the events and th e - Mile R un- Eurkett, Humboldt, first; final standi ngs of the teams follows: P ainter, Nebraska City, 'Secon d ; St or y, T rack Events N ebraska Cit y, third ; and Vosberg 120 yd. hig h hurdles- R ou and, P e1·u, fo urth. Time 5: 13. Tecumseh,, first; Kimb all; Auburn, 880 yd. Relay- N ebr aska City. second; Mo r sey, Tecumseh, third; and (Trot t ei·, P arker, McGord, a nd W es · Trotter, Nebraska City, fourt h. _ Time sel), fi rst; Tecumseh, second·; Hum :18.8. boldt third; an d Aubur.n fourth. 100 yd. dash--Sch ock, F alls Cit y., F ield Events first; Jurgensmier, Auburn, second; .Shot Put -P at e, P eru, first ; Ho1· Story, Tecumseh, third; and Enger- ch er , N eb raska City, second ; · Story, sall, T ecumseh, four.th. Ti me :lOi.8. · Tecumseh, third; and Bentley, Tecum 2~0 yd . Low Hur d·l es- Rouand, Te- seh. fou r t h. Dist ance 39 ft. 7 in. cum seh, first; Kimb all, Auburn, secPole VauJt;-..,L. An drews, Auburn ond; E rickson, Tecumseh, t hird; and ana R andolph, Humboldt, t ied fo1 Mathis, Tecumseh, fou r th. Time :30. first an d second ; Smutz, F alls City, 880 yd. Run- Briggs,, F alls Cit y, third ; and 'fsump, F alls City ; E. An first; L. Andrews, Auburn, second ; di·ews, Aubur n ; Erickson, 'l'ccumsel arrd Flem i.ng, N ebraskll City t ied fo1 ... fou rth. Height 10 f t. 3 in . c Discus Throw- Bentley, Tecumseh, ~ \Vhc~ you t h i n k of good Eats, & first ; P eek, T ecumseh, second ; J ack T hi n k o f - · ~ son, F alls City, _t hird; an d· Duke.Slaw, P awnee City, fo ur t h. Dist ance 93 ft. ~ WRIG H'fSMAN' S 9. ,i n. J av elin-Bentley, Tecumseh, fir~t; Ph o n e 47 V\le Dellver 'i P at e, P eru, se.c ond ; H an d ley, Auburn., t hir d ; and Kimba ll, Auburn, fourth. --- - . . ·- - - - - - Dista nce 152 ft. 11 i.~. ._, q,,. ~ -.. - H ig h Jump- H anley. Aub u rn , fi rst; ~ E . Andrews, Au burn, second; Kimb all. ~ Aubu rn, third; a nd Reed,, Hum boldt, § fourth . H eight 5 f t. 4 in. Br o11 d J ump- Dukeslaw, P aw;ee City, fi rst; Darland, Humb oldt,, second; Ericson, Tec umseh, .third ; and Pug h, H umboldt, fo u rth. Dista nce 19 f t. 3 i n.. f Team Sta ndings T ecu mseh 4514 ;. Auburn 35 14 ; F alls f City 221/.1; Humboldt 17; P aw nee Cit: 8; P en1 Pre~)-- 10; Neb:~~a City 161A. FINE PORTRAITS

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1929-1930 Peru Pedagogian Issues 22-25  

1929-1930 newspaper issues 22-25 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1929-1930 Peru Pedagogian Issues 22-25  

1929-1930 newspaper issues 22-25 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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