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PERU, NEBRASKA. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1930.

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;BOBCATS WIN TRACK DUAL \VITH TARKIO

PREPSTERS WIN SEVERAL MISS ROSE CLARK SP EAKS AT PLACES AT OMAHA CONTEST SIGMA TAU DELTA MEETING

DRAMATIC CLUB PRESENTS PLAYS

Present Three One-Ac t Plays In Lasl Peru Prep m ade a ve·ry good showMiss R ose Clark, fo r merly a mem- . Peru Wins With a F inal Ad va ntage Group Far TJ1is Year · 1ing a.t t he Omaha dist rict conte~t last her of the faculty at Peru and no w Of 19 Points --week. The hi gh school orchestra con- at Wes leyan unive rsity, spoke before Th e P er u DrPmatic club p resento/' ducted by Ruby Brown won first members of Sigma Tau Delta and Amassing a t otal of 74~ points to : hre.e on P.-a.ct plays a.t the colleg; ' aud- _Jlace in the class C competition. The their guests at a ·special meeting of Tarklo's 55 ~ the Peru Bobcats scored ito num .Fnd ay, Ap r il 25 at 8 0 cl o.~ k. cho rus. directed by Lorene Norto n the " fraternity held in t he fac ulty a decisive trlumpb in their 'fi rst Th e fi rst was "All G? mmed l·~!J. r placed third, and Ch arles Trenholm .r oom ,o.n Thursday evenin g, A,pril 24. track meet of 1930. W.l n nin g seven comed y, by Hany Fi gstaff Gibble. placed sec o.nd in trombone. The t opic which she discussed was firsts, nine. s ecrn ds, a nd fi ve thi r ds, Th e foll ov.:in g cast: The orchestra is. to be especi ally professional writing, particularly the · · M r . B ar ti· e tt ----- - W a11 ace S ug d C'.r ~ ommended in · t h a·t thev won first writing of ·text books. Coach iLon .Graf's proteges sh owed Mr M1' nter Wal t er Wi esr ' · unusual st.ren gth in t he fi eld events, · · --- -- ---- . place over Lyons who for the past Following her address, the fraterM1-s T ema 11 e Zoe N1chol a' K~rner'~ j avelin heave of 165 ft . .'3 in. · r ' Y · --- - ---two years has held the state champ- ni t y went to the home .economics . . .. . Mr Trem nv ne George CooJ.. . . . . bemg t he outst andrn g perform anc e m • · - - - - --- - 0 1 w· 10nsh1p for orchestras m cl ass C. room . where the g irls of the home ec- th f" Id t .. _ ,... ! Mrs. Bar tl ett -- --- -- o a 1ttwe i . h d h " . . . f h e 1e even s. ' , 1t 1s · ope t at 1t w.11I be p ossible j onom1cs dep artment served re res · ·s h sr f p d B .I T ed R oehrk.ise. dirP" tPrl the r l ~y . f p ·. . h d c &uner o eru an r owm rtg of or eru to enter the state meet at I men ts of chicken s.andw1c es, s a1a , ' T k' ·t · d f · . .- 'd h. ' The second play, "Grandma Pulls Hastings. , pineappl whip, and hot spiced punch. I arh10. 1a; ·;. o1r 1 1\~lv ~ ual opors. the String," di re cted b~1 R uth H HI·r . , eac wmn1n g 1 •ree firsts and on<:! secji an, was p rese nt ed by - the followin g ....... __ _ .._..._.._._._..... ___ ._.._.._...._....,.__,.~--------·, ond. Thef fin.a l race of the d ay~ t he cast: 880 yard lr.~ lay,. W!\S ev.e.t} q ry tit t he Gr andmn --- - Esther W alki nshaw "< i baton was p ~ssed ''t o"tli'e ' anclfor" w hen Mrs. Cummi ngs, her d aughter -- -\• • t he T11rkio anchor m a.n spuitted ahea d /' Corinne Frye i.n a spectacul ar fini·s h to win ·t he Hildeg ard Cummings ------ - Vivi an event. Whitehill The regular Peru 880 yard relay Nona Cummi.ngs Beaver -- Mur iel , team composed of Mump er, Sams, Maiorf j Williams, Zook.- and Br i!!gs cl.id not Juli a Cummi ngs ----- - Helen G.ilberl j p ar ticipate in t his meet as th ey we re Willi am Thornton ----- - Allison ' · competing in t he Dra ke · retays at Clineburg DesMoine:;;. where they were t he on ly · " The End of the Dance," a t r ag~ Nebraska school to qualify fo r the edy. by.-Huclson Stw dc, was presented fin als. by the follo win g cast: . Madeli ne Marsden, a dancer ·___._ . CH ILDRENS HEALTH DAY Grnce Cb urchill ' · Ther e will be a children's health Dr. Stanley Gregg _B ernard Gd'. oway d ay program at 2:30 p,. m. on May 1. Miss Trewi.n, an English nurse· which is national health day, in the maid, ------ ----- Margaret C~n. ~ , high school audit orium. T he prog r am Gerald Marsden,· Mad.e'line's. hus1 ·wm be medi ca.! talks by doct ors and b and - ·,--- - -- - -- Edward Schaefer h ealt h plays b y t he children. · Child1 Ruth Shaffei· diref ted t his play. ren's food exhibits wi ll be arranged for i.nFi:<:'ction.

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HIGH SCHOOL LOSES CONTEST TO AUBURN. P eru Athletes Show Up Well But Fail To Win Many Firsts

SOPHOMORES ' VILL GIVE ANNUAL -PLAY A!ibi" Will Show I''.The Perfect - Vicinity for F irst Time

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THE PEDAGOGIAN

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DANCE REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED AT CONVOCATIONS

TEACHERS WANTNIG TEACHING POSITIONS IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING STATES: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Mo nta na, Nebraska, Nevada, New ¥exico, North Dakota, Sout h D akota, Okla.homa, Texas, Utah, Wyoming- Should wri t e immediate-

At sep ar ate meetings of Gi rl's arytl Men's club on Monday, April 21,, each club elected one student fr om each of

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to completely revise the old tentative constitution end" m&ke it less . compHc&ted. T·he council•has all'ead.y started . the revision and- will finish next weekl..

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FORMER STUDENTS VISIT· HERE· Former Peruvians who visited in Peru the past ~ee.k are: Fred Allen, 51.00 the Year-5c single copy. Floyd Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Chase, Elton ReinmHler, Jerry Mickel, Marte Parker ---------------- Editpr · Dorothy Thurlow and. Marjorie. Cox. . Iva Pierce --------- Assistant Editor . Eloise Fairhead ----- Business_ Mgr. --------·-----~I MANUAi,._ TRA.DHNG WINS CAMPBELL MEMORIAL 'The Campbell memorial orator)cal contest · was held at Syracuse Tuesday, April 22. Dr.. Castle M. Brown, Dean W. N. Delzell , and Mr. Patrick Norwood were the judges. ,,, Louise Neff, a senior in Syracuse high school, V\!On first place. Miss, Neff was a Peru student d.u r.ing, the ~ummer term of 1929.

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A sm all d ark h aired ch ap fr om Reserve, Ka.nsas, Watkins by n ame, p roved to be the out standin g athlete in the annu al M-1-N-K t rack a nd fi eld m eet held in the Peru college b owl h e re l ast S aturd ay. Amassin g a t otal of 16 points by himself, he pl aced Reserve i.n third pl ace in th e final standin gs. He placed. first in th e shot put, the javelin throw, and. tied for first in the pole vault a·s well as capturing a third in the broad jump. Omaha Technical hi gh school romped aw ay wi t h first place by pilin g up 35 p oints. Ab r ah am Lincoln of Council Bluffs w as second with 25 and Reserve, l~ansas was third with 16. Altogether, five records were broken durin g the day's events; the javelin throw, the hi g h jump, the broad jump, the ioo yard dash, a nd the 220 y ard d ash. the last two being broken (l..' :innn ued \Jn !'age ·Four)

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Although they won ei g ht first pl aces the Peru College track te am lost a 79 to 57 decisi on to the Maryvi11e. Mo. track squad on .t he latter's home fi eld. last Friday, April 25. Du ane Sams with two firsts and a second w as the .hi gh point man for the Bobcats. He captured firs t in both the hundred y ard d ash a nd the broad jump but '-'Twister'' Smith of Maryv;iJle managed to nose him out by about a n inch or so in t he 220 ya rd dash. Ma ryville showed a well b ala nced squad and it w as due to their abili t y to ga rner seconds and thirds that they defe ated the Bobcats.

SENIORS TO CLOSE DRAMATIC SEASON .e Wl'Jl Present a Three Act. Play of th Parisian Underworld The senior cl as~ w;ill close the col-

'For t he fi rst t ime since the beginnin g of the N eb r ask a State Music contest ten years ago, P eru was able to capt ure a fi rst p rize in a gro up event. The local hi g h sch ool orchestr:> in com petitio.n w it h all winne rs o'Z n;"t and second places in t he five district contests w on fir st p lace in t h e "C" orchestra e ve n't a t Hasti ngs last Sa turd ay. _ The t rip w as made by a uto an d finan ced by effor ts of the o rchestra members a nd person al do n ations . The victo r y seems much wo rthi er ·en it is known that the director of the Ka ns as City Symp hony orchestra act ed as judge in orchestral ev e nts. Orchestr a m embers and t heir con ductor, Ruby Brow n. a re to be co nJ-S BANQUET IS g r atul ated on t he resul ts which have WELL ATTENDED been a ttained.. The n ati on al orch estr al contest will Large Number of Juniors and Seniors be held at Lincoln, May 29, 3Q, and Attend Annual Banquet 31. It would seem th at P eru sho uld be re presented at this e vent . The members of the senior class were guests of the junior class at a W. A. A. MEMBERS banquet at Eliza MoJ·g an r ec r ea tion ATTEND CONVENTION ha11 and a d a nce in the little gymThe pupils of the trainin g school under the direction of Prof. Victor H. Jindra will present a prog ram of varied music Wednesday, May 7, at the college a uditorium at 8 o'clock. The prog ram will demonstrate the work of the inst rume.ntal class instruiction and will be composed mostly of violin a nd orchestra music. Ever ythin g from the kinder gar ten "Toy Symphony" to t he hi gh school orchestra will present numbers. The high school orchestra is und:er the direction of Ruby Brown of the co1Jege. Mr. Jindra says there is no admisison cha rge and everyone is cordially invited to attend.

lege dram atic season with their presentation of '~S e venth Heaven," a three-act play wri t ten · by Aust in Sophomore Play "The Perfect Alibi;' Stro.ng. In 1922 when the pl ay was n asium . of the trainin g scho ol build-- Sue Wesner and Lyda Haye k Are Presented Friday Nig ht first · presented on Bro ad way . one in g on Frida y e ve.n ing, May 3. W. A. A. R eprese ntatives critic ch aracteri zed It as " a new m~lThe r ecreation ha ll was decorat ed "The Perfect Alibi" w as p resente d Sue W . esner and Lyd a -Hayek, memodr ama of the Parisian underworld." as an English garden, with shrubs, hers of t he W omens At hletic Associab y the sophomore cl ass 1ast Frid a y Chico, Marvin Wnliams, who calls flowers, a stone wall, and a rock well. ni gh t. The pl ay w as und e1· the dition of Peru. were del egates to ,the recti o.n of Doroth.v Deering, who himself an athei st, ha·s grown so a·c- Decorations were in cl)arge of Iva · n ation al conven tion 0f the A. C. A. P in her directing showed a m ast ery of customed t o beli eving himself a re- ierce. The tabl es we re decor ated the a uthor's thoughts. . markab1e m an th at he actu ally be=- in harmony with the ou t door settin g . C. W . which w as held at An n Ar h or, The pl ay, an unusual mystery story, comes one. He rescues Diane, Iris Nella Baird was chair man of the Michi ga n, Apr il 24, 25, an d 2C. This w as well act ed out by the characters Jon es, from the clutches of an evil / table decora tion a.nd menu com- w as the first t ime t he w. A. A. of chosen. In act one of the play, Jjm- ·s ister, N an a, Hele n Kucera. He pro- mittee. The d.inne:r was served by P eru has been r epresented a t s u ch a m y ~.11 d Susa n., p la yed by J ohn Bat h clai ms Di a.ne his wife to prevent her Miss Mabel Cook a·nd members of the convent ion. nn d: Donn a J a ne Delzell, revea1ed to fr om being arrest ed by the sergeant home economics department . There we r e 207 u.nive rsitie-s an d colth e audi ence the fa,ct th at three crim- of p olice, Einer T oft. Theodore Roehrkasse, junior class Jeges rep resen ted maki ng a p ro b able in als, wh o h ?. d· escaped t o Afric a After this there is set in motion a president acted as to ast m aster. "The total of 600 delegates. twenty-seven yePrs before, had been tr.gin of events which involve Chico; fChallenge of the . Seasons" w as t he Th e theme of the conventio•i was b ro ug h t b ack by Arthur Ludgro ve, Di a ne ; Bou}. Fra nk Kerner , a r ascal- I topic of all toss.t s which wer e : The "Aft er College, Wh at?", whi ch was Cl ay Coy. The lead.er of th e g an g- ly taxi-driver; Arlette, Lucille Hugh es, Call of .Spring by Marvin Willi nms; · an address delivered by the confe rh ad been t ried a nd executed; the oth- a b arm aid ; Brissac, R ay mond Tre n- Summer's Venture by Cl ara Hicks; ence speaker. Nellie Lee Holt, di rece r two ar e sup posed-l y servin g time holm., a hi g h city offici al; R ecan, l\.ut umn's Garnering by Elmer -Her- j tor of r eigiou s educ ation, Stephens in p riso n. Wil~ur Young, i::ecretary to Brissac; 1 tel: Win ter's Memori es by Preside.nt I College,, Colum bus, Missour i. Miss These cr im in als contrive to be i.n- Gob1.n, P au l Hoy, a street wash er; W·. R. Pate. • IHol t was sent to E u rope by the presvi ted t o Ludgrove's home as. g uest s· . Blo1t de, Ma rvi_n Overturf, la·wyer for "The Pipings of P an" was ident of Stephens co11ege, for a year's a Mr. Laverick, pl,a yed. by Don Dur- ~ulmir, Ern est R~thert, a nd Vnle n- offered by a group of music stud ents: :·st ud y of th e world fellowshi p probven, a nd a Mr. Car te r, pl ay ed by Dnn l:rne, Fra ~ces Mon arty, un cle a nd Ellen Wilso n, Ruby Brown, Mare-ar et 1 Iems, and the you th movement. Rer · McSwan. These t wo men murder aunt of Diane and N a n a. P e r e Chev- Cain,, Elvin Semrad, Huston Ki ng-- I exp eri ences t here "lJld he r t hor oug h Mr . Luc! g r ov e in th e first act, a nrl e!lion,. Dan Pett in ge r, i~ :er y m:1ch solve r. Doris Rice, Win~i fre d Pettit, ., t r aini ng a nd broad ed uc ati on in t he th ey le nve th e impression of suicid.P conce1 .ned ab out ,t he reli gious beliefs a nd Ma r gn ret. Troyer. st ates, en abled he r to ad d r ess the due to some skillful y carried. out of h rs friends, and he thre atens the " N ature' s Warbler s," Don ald Dur- confer ence w ith a very worthwhile plans. T hey firmly convince "Ser - Bat, F r ank Ivers, with, " I shall fol - ! yea, Neil Trabert, Jack Fishe r. and and envi a ble viewpoint. (!eant" Mall e.11, p layed by Eu gene low "you to the ut termost depths of R obert Benford sa.n g several numbers. Open meetings and r ound table Raric k, th at :;uiclde is the c ausl the sewer and shall purify you, if I / Marga r et Cai.n, Louis e Sonder eg- • disc usi;ions were held each day de ath and th ey even impress Jimmy have to brea k every bone in your g er, Elsie Nuss, a nd E ditha P ro k es J throug h which th e deleg ates r eceived Ludgrove. However, Susa n does not body." g ave a dance, " A F a ntasy of th e Sea- p r actical points as to the managebe1i ev e t hat Ludg rove is- t he type sons." i ment of t he W. A . A Per h aps t h Q th a.t would take ,his own life a nd so ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE At t he conclusion of th e p ro g r am moat common point of discussio·n was st a rts to .investigate with the aid of I Miss Edna Wea re and Mrs. J . W ., the group wen t to t he first d ance ev- t he point system of giving awa rds. Jimmy and J a ne West, played byl Tyler entertained at a bridge party er h eld on t he Per u c amp us. Deco r - A few schools h a ve abolis hed t he Elizabeth McKnight. They fin ally at Mrs. Tyle r's home Saturday afte1· - ations were in the college colors, blue point system entirel y, a nd t he g ivin g trace the murd er to Ca rter and by n oon. Miss Mable Cook won hi g h and whi te. Music was furnished by of awards h a·s been left up to a com· some very clever wor.k on the part prize and Miss Helen Kuce ra the con· Dick Willi am's orc hestra composed of mittee composed of th e ph ysical edof Susan t hey trap him into a con· solat iol} prize. R efreshmen.ts were 1 Lor ene Nort on, Cha rl es T ren holm, El · uction director, W . A. A. president, fess ion. crirri ed o ut in the May Day idea. I vln Sem rad, n"nd Mac Dunni ng. (Co ntinu ed On P age Four}

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THERE W.ILL BE NUMEROUS I on leave of absence this year, will .,._ ... _ _ _ '"_~..,.._...._. FACUL'PY CHANGES SOON return and occupy his residence FOR THIS WEEK __ : where Mr. G. H. Steck is now living. WED.- THURS.- FRI.· t During the summer school for 1930 Mr. Steck is not certain as to his MAY 7- 8- 91 Much of ProgTam Will Be of nteres 1 f 'd · h there .-will be four new teachers They P ace 0 resi ence m t e future. Mr-. to People of Peru · wil'l be: Miss Marguerite Diddel.· assis- A . .V. L arson p I ans t o. move into the S 0 . ! , residence now occupied by Mrs · The Nebraska Ac ad.emy .of Science tant in art; Genevieve C. Clark, teach- ··"Hiirtfe:y: ;_ . - - ·- · ' with affiliated orgii.nizations will hold er of vitalized agriculture· 0 . Th t d t -· .tt f 11 . . . ' I e s u en comm1 ee or co ege 1t: annual meetmg here on Fr1_day Hackman, and Miss Mona Lyon, as- d'lrn'C"e l'i'li e selec e -Mrs.Tnice bun' .SATURDAYand Saturday of this week, May 9 ' slstants in commerce.,. ning and Professor Verne Chatel ain MAY 10_ and ·10. The program will be a va- J Professor Price Doyle. music, a.nd as sptlnsors . . · The first a'll-college ried one, and is open to the public. Miss- Nona Palmer, head of the com- dance w.ill be May 23 at eight o'clock, ' , · . . · mercia1 department, will be back from Alumni friends are w elcome at this ~-rand P arts of 1·t, par t·1cu 1ar1y th e sess10ns , . ·theii' leaves of absence. dance but inus.t secure.~ tickets before ' in the a uditoi'i um, Frid ay· morning 1 Teachers who will be on leave dur- four o'clock the day of the dance. · --- . · ! · ; .a nd af.ternoon, and--Saturd_ ay morn- ing_ the sum. mer are; Professo. r W. R. A Glamour That Has VanishedMrs. Rope C urner-Huddleson vismg, w1!1 b e of u.nusua1 mterest to · C arter, admg h ea d of t h e science d eP.eople in general as well as the sci- partment, whose classes will be met .ited Miss Bernice Mi1ler Sunday and Old time minstrelsy with its entists. \by Mrs C arter; Miss .Anna Irwin., as- Monday, Ap ril 27 .and 28. She was ' pageantry and pa·rade, plus a ; Followi.n g is an outline of the pro- 1sista nt in c·ommerce; P. R. Norwood, called from Texas because . of the h?~an, appealing story, p uncgrams as they will be given : 'Supervisor .of . junior hi g h school death of her mot her. tuated wi th exquisite comedy, j Friday, May 9. t eaching; Mrs.. P . H. Norwood, in·-·· . -· -·· · Bards of the .burnt cork, trav- f 8:30 Busin.ess meeting. I i.n English. and Miss DR. R. J. POOL WILL eling troubadors- Down to 11:00 Fossil. Flora and Fauna of Ne- : Em1he B. Papez, assistant 111 art; and . ADDRESS SCJ1"NTISTS Gehenna- singing his way braska, Dr. Barbour, Unj . of Nebr. · Miss Ruth G.- Brandt, principal of the __. _ ~ : ,back- A wife to idalize him1 1,30 Use of Physical a nd Phy.sico- 1 ~unlor hi gh school. I!, Miigdalene to degra de him, J Another Prominent Speaker Wlll ApChemical Meas.urements in the a gripping back s tage drama p·ear on Scie~ce Program Sciences, Dr. Germann, Uni .of FACULTY MEMBERS MOVING One of the four speakers at the with a complete minstrel show Colo. 'S ome members of the faculty of ge neral section of the Nebraska t the picture of the year. 6:00 Annual banquet, add·ress of Peru State .Teachers Colleg~ plan ~o Ac ademy of Science is to be Dr. Ray- ' with j 1 change their place of residence 111 mond J . Pool, chairman of the botany , . welcom~, Pres. Pate. Helen Twelvetrees- Fred Scott f 8:15 Our Solar System and How w~ the nea~ future. · dep artment of the University of Ne- ' Got I-t, 1;>1:. Morehouse, Drake U.'11. Supenntendent S. L. Clements h as braska since 1915 and- director of Ne- 1 ~ Saturday, :•.f ay 10. purchased tl:Je prop e rty where Mr, Y· braska Botanical Survey ~since 1907. 1 COMING8:30 Biol ogical Aspects of ' Rocky \ E. Chatela.in is. living. Mr. Ch &te1afo IJ1\ ' Pool 'has traveled Widely in this Tiie greates Show of the yea r ;'• · N a t'10na 1 p ar k . D r. p oo, I pla.ns country and . a broad. . In . August. he. Maryln M"'l ·· M oun t a m . to move h mto . ·the _ old Meek . fpro. !• er -1n 1 j pe1.ty on t e pavement aci oss rom plans> to attend• the fifth !'nterrrat1on U 111.· o f N e b ras k a. · · . . . h · 1 Games hall. Mr. L. B. Mathews ! al congress of plant societies,..at CamThe B10logy Section will old ses- bought the .property now .rented by b 'd E 1 d siens in room 304, new science hal'l, . D 1 -· 1'1 ge, ng an · from 9:30 to 11:00, an d from 3:00 to . ~fr. Pnce . oy_ e. i-n- 1917 -he was pre;;ident of the Ne. . I Upon their return from Europe braska Academy of Sciences He is a ~ 6:00 Friday, and from 10 to 12 Sat- 1 Mr. P atric · k Norw.oo d says · · th ey · PT an member of the Botanical Society · of ' urday. .· . . l to occupy Mis Elizabeth M'CCollum's Am~rica, Ecol~gical Society · of Amer.., r Th e Chemistry w.11l h ave · Mc G· O11 um · WI·11 a·tt en d ica., Microscopical .... Section - . . cottage. Miss Soci-ety •. PhytoD about the same h ours m room 204 m : college · ~ . h 11 for advancedi wor k · .pathologkal Society, Torrey Botanic al ~ · sc1ence a . 'de at club, Society of Foresters, and. Amer. S t' t Mr. Ernest .Lorbeer will reS1 Th e E a r th , S c1ence ec ion mee s I b c h . _ _......_ _ _ _ _ ..__ , _,. 201 f th J the property left vacant Y oac. ' ic an Forestry Association. F 1'l' d ay a ft er.noon m room o e nr R C ·11 science buildin'a . . Lon G1·af. . Mr. vv. • . • a~ter w1 ~------- ... - .............._...._...,...__.~"'-'"""'~._.....__._... 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Science Sectio n will in Peru one way for- one passe'llme.e t at • 10 a. m. in "the auditorium, . · ger and one grip m a car. FOR SPRING OF 1930 and w.i11 have addresses of jmport· . . Are now on' · Display ance to the., publtc:- Needs of Chi_ld CHARLES WILLS 1 Welfare in Nebra ska, by Miss ·Lillian 1 MEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS AND HATS JolUisan , State ·Dept. of Public WeiSpecial Prices for Out of Town THE N7W SHOES FOR MEN fare, Lincoln. · St~te Finance, State FASHION'S LATEST DICTATES FOR FEMININE FOOT Treasurer Stebbing·.· Char.acter Edu· · _.....__......_... _...__......_....__ ~AR l cation, State Supt; Tayler. 'l\h e R.e· · " latio n- of t he Bli.nd to •Industi·y, Supt. ~_...~ LADIES' NEW SPRING COATS AND DRESSES AS N. C. Abbott.- .The Saving Sense of r SHOWN iN NEW YORK j the Ludic rn us, D r-. Bixby of t he State ANQ THE N!i:W HOSIERY SHADES FROM GOTHAM, Journ al. 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WILL GO TO WEST AFRICA: Helen Wi1Iiams of Melvern, K ansas, has r ecei ved an appointment as missionary to Fl·ench West Afr ica. She will probably leave in September for a four or five year term. She w ill be a nurse and will work with mis-

were decorated in .the college colors Little Theater. He discussed the im- sionari'es in the field. She also plans and pll\ces ;w.ere i;iet for forty. .iJ<!!'t!mce Pf .s endi.ng a delegate to to take up evangelistic work. Miss Don Keister, president of the fra- ~hina. About thirty-five dollars was Williams is a junior in Peru, who enMarie Parker ---------------- Editor rolled here the fourth quarter. Iva Pierce --------- Assistant Editor ter.nity, presjcled as toastmaster. raised for this fund. _ · Eloise Fair.h ead ----- Business Mgr. President w.,. R. ·Pate,, De,an W. N. Delzell, and Superintendent S. L. ' Clements gave short talks. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB GIVES Mr. Leroy Clements, state superFor Quality Meats and Gro~eriei;. • CONCERT AT BROCK visor of agricultural educ~tion, s1;oke -on "The Past' of Indust.r.ial Education." Fresh Vee-etables-Our orice is riS!ht L ast Thursday evening the college Mr. Clements is a~brother of Su.perGirls Glee club, directed by Mr. G. intendent Clements. . Mr. Sid.ney Qw-. Holt Stec.k, was prese.nted in concert en, state supervisor of trad.e and in, I at Brock. Tra ns portation · for the dustrial education, spo~·e on, "The ·~,_,_,_,_,_,_,_·-·-~-·-·-· trip w as furnished by the Community Prese~t of Industrial Education, and club of Brock. The Measure of a Man." Mr. C. A. This is a big step ahead for the Fulmer, state directcu:: of vocaticinar Girls Glee club, since this organi- educatio.n, spoke on ''The future of BEAUTY SHOP zation had never before left the ·cam- Indu~trial Education." pus for a concert. The club was reMusic was furnished throughout Located third houe Iwest of M. E. Church -• -ceived enthusi:;istically . by a large the1evening by Di~k's Collegiate~ with crowd. Numbers by the who)e group Duane Sams, soloist. The home &Phone 223 as well as Q.y the soloist;:;., Evelyn Gil- Ioiiomlcs glrls served the h!!. 11 ~met. bert, Lorene Norton, and Win.ifred Pettit, were presented in a pleasing SCHOOL MASTE~S' BANQUET and finished manner. After the conThe Nebraska School Masters club ~-,-~..__, _ _ _ . _ . _ . _ _ . _ _ , _ . _ _ , _ _ _ cert, the entire club was entertained ' held a banquet Sat~rday night, Apat the Methodist church and served ril 26, at .the Lincoln hotel, {.,i(lcoJn, with sandwiches and coffee. Nebraska. I The unbounded enthusiasm with Superintendent S. L. Qlerl}ents was whi.ch the club was received seems elected s~c~tary-treasurer. Mf; A, ~· · 1 to ind.il) ate the desirability of a more club for ' the coming year. Mr. A. E. extended trip. A program will be pre- Fisher of Wymore was elec~ed pres-~~-'--~~-----.__.__,_,_,_,_ sented at P!lwnee City before the ident. Jack Fisher, '32, is a son of home concert which .will be given on Mr. A. E. Fisher. the evenin g of Wednesday, May 8, . I as a pa.rt of Peru's celebration of HOME ECONOMICS FRATERNITY DUST, GRIME, AND DIRT CHASED OUT n ational music week. Nu Chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi ----- held pledge servke for five perso.ns, OF LAST YEAR'S CLOTHES!!!! ANOTHER STUDENT RECJ.TAL Monday night at 8:30 o'clock at the l • -And if you wish, we wil.ll restyle and remodel the Another stude.nt recital was giv:en home economics parlors. togs-We will "change the landscape" - the "old" last Saturday evening by Otto BoellRuth Jones, Paula Mar.ie Schindler•. T-elook will give way to newness. storff, vio1inist, and Margaret Engle- Mrs. Paul H oy. N aom1· p·1erce, and· .J..J l kemier, soprano, assisted by Margar- la McCory were taken into the frater--$.pringtime is the best time for this sort of work. et Cain at the piano. The program nity as pledges. , was one of technical displa·y as enAfter the· pledge service refreshtertainment. Miss Englekemier's 1 ments were served. • Phone 6 .. Cleaners and Tailors .. songs. were performed with commend-~---.·--~-.-.~-·· ~ able ease. Mr. Boellstorff's nart of ' , ._..,.,..... _ _ _ ..._..-,_....__ _ _ : ' _ . _ _... _ ..... _ ..... _ ..... _ 4 MANUAL TRAINING ~.. ~ the prog-ram was a continuation of very technical compositions whicli ~ -~...__._._.....,.-.,_..__..,_,_._ _ . _ . _ , _ . _ _ ......I were for the most part very well LUMBER ' played. The .Vio.tte "Concerto" and LA.CQUER, &N-AMEL 1• . Elman's arrangement of Schubert's "Serenade" were the outsta.nding PAINTS Of Nelly Don Dresses Shown In This Sec· nt]mhers of the program. OOAL OOAL tion Will Be Displayed To You This Spring Unlimited credit for the success of I the program is due Miss Cain. Her PERU LUMBKR CO. accompaniments were ever sympaBATISTES· PRiNTS ·VOILES • SHAN· W. J. RABEL, Mgr. thetic, artistic, and accurate support Phone 48 TUNGS TUB-SILKS Peru, Nebr. for the soloist. Sl.00

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CHILDREN'S HEAL TH PROGRAM AT DAY TRAINERS CHATELAIN GIVES \ cr~di~ .. Thi~ cou rse will apply the. LINCOLN JOURNAL GIVES BEST P1,n<:Jp1es ox art in tne selection and S E R V ICE-DOLLAR T L A h 1- · c ildre n's h e alth day prog r am TALK AT LINCOLN , d es1. g ning of iippropriate costumes . .A Th L ' 1 ·J RIA w as g ive.n in · t he hi g h sc hool auditor · --\ brief study of h ' t . e inco n o:urn a gives our com · 1d · Th d is or1 c: costume and . .urs ay, May 1, at 2:30 p. m. Hi story Faculty Memb e rs ·Atte nd Its relation to modern dress will be mum ty un e x cel e service on a m or nw1·t h. ~1ss Ruth Ahlberg, sc hool n u rse Mee tin g At Lincoln made. ing newspaper from the capital city . pres1drn g. A children's foo d ex hih it H · The J ourn al is the only Lincoln was in ch ar ge of Miss Mable Coolc Dr. C. ·M. B row - -ome economics methods will n, Prof esso r V . L. ; be offered b oth terms five (431) h t Daily prin t ed r egularly afte r 5 P .. m. and the gi rls of t h e ho me e co n o m ies . f"h nt e J·,.11. n . a n d F ra nk H ec k were in . . tendance so that stu dents • . ' . m ours a . Th ey prmt e d 1tions rig h t up u ntil . d ep a rtm e nt • or four hours ·credit. ay ea r n train t ime d ay an d night. The MornLincoln Friday and Sat urd.ay of last either two Miss M-I-N-K week t o atte nd th e m eeti ng of th e Weare, as instructor. will develop the in g J ourn al comes in time for morn(C on tinu e d F rom P a 0 ) Ne bras k a Hist or y Teach ers Associa- I theory practice of teaching home ing delivery on the d ate of publicage ne . econ o 1 · bli h tion, with about five h ours later news 0 by a n E bqny s t reak fr om T echnical t10n. n F ri da y af tern oon Prof essor . m cs rn pu c sc ools. Stud y hi g h school of Om aha. Chatel ain r ead a p aper which rep re- ' w11! be made of cours es in variou s th an any ot he r Lincoln pape r . 100-ya rd aash- W o.n b Wh't se.nted orig inal r esearch w ork on his 1types of institutions. Courses of st nS.ince some d aily pap ers have raised Y 1. e, par t , e n tit] · Omah a T ec h ; seco nd., Di c kers.on, O ma· e d ''J oseph R. B rown of dy and ho me projects are planned for r a t es b Y c arri· ers t o 2Oc a week, $10 :40 1 g-r aded schools, high schools, and col· a year, and to $8 i:I year b y m a il wi t h h a T ec h · thi r d Schoc k F all c·t . Steam W ago n F ame." • aig h t, • DuBo.is. , Time ' s I .y' A r ound t~ble confe r ellce of the I1ege~. Le sso~. plans will . . h.o ut Sunday, fourth , H . be ..g:_iven s UJl d ay, or $5 a .year w it 10 2 (new rec ord). prob lems, m ethods, an d ·m aterial for i special attention. many are or de rm g the Lincoln J our120-yard h igh hu r dl es-W f'.n b v 1-i isto r y teach e rs too k p l:i ce on Satur- I M..i_ss ~abel Cook will teach a cou r se I nal. The J?urn al's rate by mail is Zworedec k, W'ilber; s ec ond , Gordo~ da y . . Professor Ch at ela in a nd Ch ar- in dii:tetics and nutrition (Home Ee- $~ a year without Sunday, $6 a year Om ah a Central; thi rd, Smit h, Thorn - !es Linds ay. a P eru t each er wh o is onom1cs 215). This is a study of hu- "".1th Sunday, or 15c a week by caras J eff erso n ; fo urt h, Hig h, S h ena n - ., n 1eave of abse.nce at t h e U ni versity man metabolism and nutrit ion wit h rier boy. do ah. Time 17.2 rif N ebr2ska, too k pa r t in the r ound . emphasis upon the estimati on of ad· Fo.r o ne d oll ar The Li n coln J ournal 440- yard dasl1-W on by Dicker~on ~able co nfe r e nce. equate dieting standards . The plan- will send a t ri al s ubsc riptio n, or a second,, Br iggs, Fallf The ass.oci ation h ad as a g uest .Carl lnin g. of t yp ical dietariei; to satisfy y ear m ay be fo r $4 d aily, City; thi r d, . K eple r, Om ah a T ech ; Russ.el Fish, a n-0tecl histo ri an, w ho phys10logic al requirements, will be $6 with Sund ay. Thi~ 1s v ery re asonfourt h Lett.re ll , Wilber. Time · 54.8 . tea c hes at W isconsin u niv ersity; a featurt+ For five hours attendance. a ble co~~ared to pric.es ch arged by Shotput- W on by W at kins, Re er ve . · oth~r da1he~ and cons!deri ng the su1 two credit hours will be g iven. se:o nd., H add en, Abra h am Lin coln ; IVIANY NEW COURSES TO BE ; In the manual arts department two the Ltncoln J ournal t~1rd,, St0.ner , S ab etha ; four th, Sch OFFERED THIS SUMMER new cours.€s to be taught by Mr. C. gives. ~on t g ive mon ey t o strange rs, m1d t, Ma rysv ill e. Dista nce, 48 f t _ __ . R. Lindstrom have been add d order direct or th ro ugh th e P eda go10 in. . Seve r al courses new t o the summer The Fibre Furniture ;v·eaving gian offi ce.-Ad vertise ment

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A fee of one dollar will be . t on \ dra m as ' be.Pin nin g' ' with lb<eer1 can d ole W V a.ult - p . Mart'm of"L ew1s It c h arge d an d a material rleposit of . an a tkms of R ese rv e ti ed fo r first· . 11 b ' . - h ·f' -. n. I.three doll a rs t hi rd, Comb, Thom as J effers0.n · fourt h w1 e gwe n t e irst term with ten . M . f Th , ' hou rs atte nd a nce f.or four hours j oi ga n o om as J efferson a nd An- cred.i t. , W . A. A. REPRESENTATIVES derson of Cen tra l City tied. Heig h t, M' M . E j (Continued F r om P age On e) ;' FINE PORTRAITS 11 f •t. 1 in . . iss a. n a.n . hHeTnd rick will off er ] and other W · A . A . a n d f acu 1ty mem" FRAMES Mil e . run- W on by Goocher, Abra- 8• co u rse in_ u p eec ech nique (.Eng- hers, who select the best all- a round h am Lincoln ; second, 'St an ton Tilden · h sh fiv e hou rs attend ance ; t wo sports women to recei ve t h . d PHOTO FINISHING third, Pax t on, N e br as k a City'. four t h' I h ours credit. This is a cou rse deal- There mu.ch disc ussio ea '(1 B ' • i bi g with vo · d d' t' · h " n n - cn iCAMERAS e.nnett, T a bor. Ti me 4:48,.4. I . · ice an IC· -JOn .m t efr cis m on t his p oi nt. j rel ay- Cl ass B-wo n by to cl ass room teac?m g and An other point w hich brou g ht for th f ALBUMS f D ew1t.t; s eco nd SuP1me rfi elcl ; thi r d, , _methods rn speech arg umen ts fr om the various dele ates ' fourt h,, Gibbon . Time 1:52. 1 COii ectlon will be illustrat ed . w as int er-school comp etiti on. Itg w as ; Dis cus-W on b:v Wil ks. Thomas! In the h istor y d epmtment , Dr. brought out in .the convention t h at Je~erson : seco nd, Mar t in, Lewiston; · Cas.tle M. Brow n will te ach a course inter-school compet ition destro yed the ' ,; t hird, Sorenso n, Om nh a South ; fo ur.th ent ir ely new here fo .. Americ an Dip- m otto of the A. C. A. C. W.-"Pl ay '1 T enfu l. Abr ah am Lincoln . •Distance lom atic History (.History 458). T h is for plays sake." • PHONE 56 PERU 118 f eet. 1 is sur vey of the wh ole fi eld of Ame r ' The next n a ti o.na l co nven t.io n w ' ll ' 1 880- ya rd run- W on b y Gooc h e r, jic an diplomat ic rel ations from 1776 to be held at Austin, Texas, in 1933. Abrah a m Li.:1coln ; second, McDon ald, dat e. Special emphas is will be .given =""'> S~beth a; t hird, Stew art., Abra h am ~o t he period since the Spn nish-Amer- 1 ~~~~~~~~~ Linco1n ; fo.urt h Sa ndh ager, Oma h a ; 1can w ar.. F or te n hours att end ance, TEACHERS WANTNIG TEACHING POSITIONS IN AN Y Cen~ra l. Time 2:09.8. I four hou rs credit will be gi ve n. This I . OF THE FOLLOWING STATES : , Hi gh ~ump-Won by Hickl ey, Ab- ! course will b e offe r ed du ring the fir st Arizona, Colorad o,. Ida ho, K a nsas, Mo nta n a, Nebraska, l a h am Lm coln ; secon d, R emey, Shen- term. Nevada, New Mex ico, North Dakota, South D akota, Ok· an~ oah ; third, T y ler, ' Oma ha Cent- I The ho me · eco nomics dep nrtme nt ,. ia.homa, Texas, Ut_a h, Wyoming- Should write imme di ateral , f~u rt~, Turne r, DuBois. Heig ht offers fo ur new cou rses, all to be givly. Prompt serVJ ce. 5 f t. ~ ¥.! .m . . en t ?e fir st t e rm . j MISSOURI VALLEY TEACHE RS AGE NCY . 44~ y a1d 1elay- :V on ~ y Summer - I MJss Edn a W ea re will teach a [ 315 T abo r Opera House, Denver, Colo. fi e ld , seco nd, D e Wi tt; t hud, Gibbon : ,· course i n Adv a nced Clothin g and l' ~~~~~~~~~~c le R W . Tib meo47.6.J ' ...__.__~ f o Mi urth, P e 1ru Prep for · · -• 1 Textiles (Home E conomics 209) e ay- o.n y nm rn Cen- 1 five hours attend ance,, two hou r s t r a l; seco~d, A b r ah fl m Lincoln ; chird, j cred it will b e g ive n . This co urse aims Summe rf1.el d: _G m ah a .T ech . and Ne- Ito develop m ore in depend ence, ir,i-, b'.·as k a City ti ed for f ou r t h. Ti .-ne j tiative, orig in a li t y, and a rt i n plan - I j . . 1nin.g and desig nin g g arme.nts for dif- 1 ., . ave hn- W on by R ese r.ve : • f ere rit types of fi g u1 Skill in h a t:d -1 second, .E mo, Coll ege Vie w ; 11 1'i 1 d,, ling diffe rent m ateri als is an object. Be~tley, T~curnoeh: f oiuLh, F 1·Peouf,, Demonstr ation will be given by staff fr L .. _ .,;• • t r... ,,.,,.,,•• Wil be r. Dist a nce 171 ft 10 in· · (N ew . mem b ers on related s ubJect . matter... ~ R ecord.). ' l e stu d.y will . b e m ade of fu r , • ll:llllr 1.· T ex t 1 Bro act~ ·Jump-- W on , by An de 1·s rn, 1, leather, laces, a nd embroide ri es. O.m a h~. ' ech , se.co nd,, Sto n e r, S a bet.hMiss W eare will also teac h a co u rse n, t hud, W atki.ns, hH$erv e; fourt h, h1 Co!tume D esig n and Clothin g Se~(even.~l d, Om :~. ~ia Cer.tr:i l. .Dista nce lecti on (Home Economics 311) fo r . 2 l ft .. , in . .l~e w Re ·; orcl) · five h ours atte nd ance and two hours

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MOTHER'S DAY OBSERVED Mother's Day was observed at Y. M. Eloise Catherwood and Merle Jr.vin C. A. Wednesday evening, May 7, by were married at the parsonage of Rev. a good attendance. -Elvin Semrad Mr. Hutchinson in Auburn, Monday, played two saxaphone solos, "Little M6.ther O' Mine," and "Mammy O' May 5. Mr. and Mrs. Irvm are both Mine," accompanied by Lorene Norstudents M the Peru campus, where . . ton. Mrs. lrvm. who is from Omaha, is a Mrs. W. R . Pate, Mrs. !nice Dunfreshman, and Mr. Irwin, of Auburn, "!ling, and M'rs. J. W. Tyler spoke on is a junior. the different periods of developement Mir. Irvin plans to attend school I in a child's life,. an~ how character here next year. He has taught two . is molded in their hves. years at Loqisville, Nebr., Mrs. Irvin Mrs. Marsh, assistant dean of worn· f h h' h en, Marion Marsh, '27, who has been is a grad.uate o an 0 ma a 1g teaching at Curtis, Nebraska in the in the class of '29. state agriculture school, and Oliver Peru students wish them much sue- Marsh left Monday, May 6, for a two cess fol' the .future. · weeks tour in the south. WEDDING

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TRAINERS PUT ON MUSICAL PROGRAM All Grades Are . Represented In First Program of Its Kind

M v· to J1'ndr e nted W - ed Peru 1s very tortunate this year in r. IC r a pr se ' • h aving three very well known men nesday night:; Ma y 7, at t he college as speakers during the commenceauditorium, an instr umental program ment wee~. Thes e men are nationof music by the training ·school f rom ally known as well as being known the kindergarten through the high throughout our own state. school. Reverend Hamilton P. Fox, who Superintendent S. L. . ClEJments comes to us from the First Methodist opened the pr.ogram by int roductory h · Episcopal church of Lincoln, will deHvremarks concerning t e p r o.g ram JJl Th e pnmary · · d e partment er t he baccaulerat e sermon on Sun d a.y, genera l . · May 25. Mr. Fox was born in Washrhv·t hm orchestra under the direction ington, D. · C. ai;id reared in Virginia. of . Iris Jo.nes presented the -first mus· He has studied at William ii.t\d Mary ical numbers. college, Syracuse university, and ACADEMY OF SCIENCE ORCHESTRA GIVES The kindergarten under the generOxford. university and has done a · al supervision of Miss Elizabeth Mcgreat deal of traveling and lecturMET HERE LAST WEEK CHAPEL RECITAL Collum assisted by the st udent teach· ing. All of his pastorates have bec_n ers, M~urine Wi~kerch am and Ma rin W ashington and Baltimore, except j\fany Interesting Talks Given at the Orchestra Entertains Students Dur- garet Cain, demonstrated a music Section Meetings one in New Yor k , unt1·1 h e came lo ing Chapel Period class as held daily in t he t r ai ning the First Methodist church, Linr.ol.n, school. It consisted of violin playfour yea.rs ago. The biology section of the Nebras· ·n g and singing i.n combination with . · . h National music week was observed 1 C. Frank Reav-is, who will speak ka ·Academy of Science met m t e _ b . . b members of games. at the college -~xercises, was born in science hall at three o'clock on Fri- 11t hye _acoP11rogram Y convocation ege ore hgivten es ra in The early elementary department k Falls City, Nebraska, where he gl'e)V d.ay. Mrs.. .Mary F. Meserve spo e ·W d d M was divided into two g roups. The 7 u_p and began his law practice. He first o.n .the wild flowers of _Ne~raska j ~h:e~e;:~rta;:me~t was · varied. -first group presented "The Tra.in," was elected to cong ress in 1914 and and · their pro~rnbl. e economic 1~~~r- 1 Several short talks about musical sub- ''\Which was played o.n quar ter sized a_n d serve~ -until 1922 when he re- tance'. She. discussed the poss1b1hty_ jects were giv'en by Margaret Troyer, violins and sung. Doris Ri.ce and sig ned, bem g one of four men who of usmg .w.1ld flowers as orname~tal 1 Le'l W 'ttwer and Walter Weise Margaret Engelkemier took ch arge of h ave had the distinct.ion --of resi.gn;.. _plants, as ~d !>_lants, and as _f1b~!r'.R:U1b~ B~own 'sang "Song of LOVe." .this g-roup. Grace P eterson and Loing from con gre~s. He was appoint- pla~ts. . - . .. . . · A b~ass quartette, Margaret Troyer, rene Norton directed "The Boy ~co u.t ed assis~nt Umte~ Stat~s . attorney " Miss. Catherme L1eneman d!~cuss~ Rayinond Trenholm, Charles Tren- March." Pizzicato effect was mtrogeneral. m 1922, which pos1t1on he .re- ~ung1 -from i:uman Ears. . Miss holm, and Mac Dunning pl ayed- two :duced. si g ned m June, 1922, and. returned to .L1eneman descri}?ed . an experim~nt numbers. The entire orchestra played .Up to this part of t he p rogram Lincoln where he has st~ce had a she h~s been cond~ctmg •t o ~etermu_ie 1 several pieces. only unison work was demonstrated. very successful law practice. the kinds of fungi found m human Members of the orchestra who Twelve g.irls from g rades 5, 6, 7, 8, The speaker at the demonst' a~i01~ ears,,_ and the . importance , of these play~d are: Delores Porr, Leila Wit- and 9 presented " Mary J ane W altz" high school cu~mencemert exerc1~es, fungi.. . twer, Leona Hudson, R alph Chate- with two p art h armony. ~he nu~C. Ray Gat es, 1s a former Pt•ruvwn. Dr. L. B. Walker d1scuss.e d the t.op- 1 . Mr Robert Benford Raymond her was played a second ti me -With · 1907 , ic"S ex an d F ung1,· " presen t'ing pr oof 1 Trenholm ain, · ' He was graduated from P e1 u m Margaret Troyer, Mac complete alternation of p ar ts. Ott 0 ·t ook )1.is -A. B. de~ree at the Un_iver- that the fung~ have sex.. . In the ab- ,! Dunning,' Charles Trenholm. Walter Boellstorff and June B rickell direct· sity of Nebraska m 1916 and. his A. sence of her sister, Dr. E. R. Walker, ·Weise Margaret Cai.n, Lorene Dun- ed the group. M. at Columbia university. H_e has! Dr. L ..B. Walker also rep~rted on a lap, Mary Hervey, Bernice Krambeck, The "Cl nrinet Boy_s," under the d\-. ser ved on the summer facult~ 111 Pe- convement method _of growing plan·t s Marvin Williams, Dorothy Irvin, Neal rection of Neil Trabert p resented two ru as w<'ll as other state r.olleg·e,s. He for use in .the labratory. The plants Trabert, Ruby Brown, Doris Rice, selections, "The Star," a.nd " Old is the author of sevenl edu;. al\llnal discussed were the gametophytes of Elvin Semrad, Margaret Jenkins, Lu- Black Joe." articles and also a text ·m sch<>ol ad- mosses and ferns. Dr. W a~ker sta- cille Hughes, Winnifred Pettit, Otto The g r ade orchestra, consisting of ministration which h as been wiclcly ted that they may be. successfully Boellstorf, and Opal Wittwer. t wenty-seven st udents from .gr~des used. \fr. Gates is at tho present grown in sphognum in the labratory · 5 to 9 inclusive, presented sever al time t:1 c s\ip ~ ··.- :ntenrlenL of sch•;ol at and often obtain a ver·y large size. MUSICAL PROGRAM AT PHILO groups of numbers u.nder t he direcGran<l Island, Nebraska. J. M. Aikman and Forest G. Bell A musical program was presented tion of Alice Hal'tford, Ber nice Milpresented a riouble paper dealing with 'I at Philo, Thursday eveni ng, May 8. ler and Ellen Wilson. PLACEMENT BUREAU forestation. The first paper, pre- Nina Burdette, proaram chairman The hig h school orchestra u nder Pia.cements of Peru students re- sented by Mr. Bell, discussed the for the evening, carried out the Moth- the direction of Ruby L. Brown pre-ported by Superintendent S. L. Clem- types of forestation found in trans- er's Day idea. ·, ~e.nted their contest numbers, "Tur· ents are: Mabel Babb, commerce, at ects locat ed· -along the DesMoines The first number was "Little Moth- kish March" by Beethoven and "HunOrchard; Alberta Schind,\ er, Lntin river. _ The sec.o nd discussion, pre- er O' Mine," by R aymond. Trenholm. garian Over-t ure" by Karolz. and history, Ge.noa; Clara Hicks, Lat- sented by Mr. Aikman, was a com- Leona Hudson then sang 'A Mem· The cup presented t o the Peru in and English at Sutton; Muriel M-a- parison of the deciduous life of these ory.' ' Mammy O' Mine,' a saxa- Prep orchest ra for pe rma net posser · jors, history :m d Latin, Arcadia; Dor- transects with that of p arallel tran~- phone s.olo, was played by Elvin Sem- sion by the Chamber of Commerce of is Bright, commerce and mat hemat- ectS along the Missouri river. This rad. Semrad then played. "Congr at- Hastings for winnin g class C at the ics at Shubert; Margaritte Deerson, p aper was illustrated by lantern ulations," with Lore.ne Norton sin g- state music contest was p resented to commerce a.nd departmental work in slides showing the trees studied. ing the chorus. Evelyn Gilbert con- Super intendent Clements by Opal grades at Coo)<• Jessie Fis her, rural The last' paper presented was "Seed eluded the program with a p.i ano so- Grover; alse the trop hy surrendered school in Richardson · county; Lorene Testing in Nebraska," by Elva Norris. ·10, "Shower of Stars" by Wat ts. by Lyo.ns high school. Norton, elementary grades at Adams; Miss Norris discussed the methods I At t he close of the .p rogr am a Lela Wittwer, elementary g1:ades at of testing and grading seeds, and its AHLBERG TALKS AT TRI BETA gro up picture was taken of all par~ Loomis; and Lois- Metcalf, third and importance in weed control in NebrasTri Beta met on Monday evening, ticipating. fourth grades at Ruskin. ka. Miss Norris i1lustrated her talk May 6. Miss Ruth Ahlberg discussed Mr. Jindra has general superviwith slides showiruz: the avpeara·nce the topic 'Antivirus' and W alter Weise sion of .the .inst rumental wor k i n t he Miss Marie Faulhaber spent th.~ : .of .th~ no?Cious _w eeds found in m~st presented. a paper on 'Symbiosis.' t r aining school. He has purchased week-end of May 9 at her home in I &rass seeds. The slides also showed Plane were completed for t he wor k t he violins for the usage of t he et uLincoln. Miss Faulhaber was with the deep root system of the we.eds. of the fr aternity du ring t he meet- dents and conducts free c lass work her mother on Mother's Day. (Continued On Page Four) ing of t he Nebr. Academy of Science. for t hem.

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Everyone -had -.a ·highI ly en~oyable .time, and the ..trip w.as Marie Parker ---------------- Editor well worth the effort required to. plan Iva Pierce --------- Assistant Editor . and finance it. Eloi11e Falrhead ----- lJusiness 'Mgr. A.good m,any of the orchestra"1TlemT' H E bers g.raduate this year, .but this trip , has aroused ,a great deal of interest, OUR TRIP TO HASTINGS ·Meats Service Groeeries and the prospect for next y.ear is promisin-g. For the first time since the beginHaney Milstead went-on to Grafino ning of the Nebraska State Music con- from -Hastings Saturday ~nd visited test ten years .ago, Peru was ahle to. there with his sister . Miss Vir.gi.n.ia capture ·a first prize in a ' group event. ·Mil!?tead, who ,teaches at ·that place, The local ·high school orchesti;11 in returning to .Peru Monday morntng. I' Much of the 1credit ' for ,the .-success competition with 'all winners o'l. t)';<:t ,BEAUTY SHOP of .the orchestra is due .to the · untirand second places in the five district ing efforts of Mr. Jindra, and the contests won first place in · the "class . director, -Ruby· Brown. • Located .tlakd houe w.est of M. E. Church ,,C" orchestra event at Hasting.!1 ~.Iast The orchestra desires to take this Saturday. , opport31nity ~f expressing its ;ip4' Phone ll3 Value --is . added,,.·_.to the ~ctory · ·Preciation to all tho~e w~10 hel~ed in ·h ·•· · ', k ·::.h t th d ' ·. any way •to make this trip possible. w en Iv 1s· e. !rector "'h . nown .' ._ ..• . a . of' . .., ose w h o ·t oo- k cars were: R a-l p h llhe K!1nsas {;_1ty··.;:;y,i:np~on?.' orchestrl\ Chatelain, 'Prof. L. B. Mathews, Prof. acted · as,.~dge ' n ·clrchestral_events. s. L. Clement~ Mr. Vanderford, Neal ,. Orchestra l'l}embers <ind .their con- Ti:aber.t, Mr. . Nelson. ~uctor, Ruby Brew11. are to be conThose who made donations were: ~ratulate~ o~The iksults wltlch have v. E. Chatelain, R. Pate:, G. ~een attame~\.; ~ -. - · . · '!lrown, Mrs . Wm. Tynon, Mrs. Chas. . · The f~~ig account of the .. ~1 P Majors, Dean Delzell, Mrs. Dunning, / 1.s by a ~J?be~ of the orchestr.a·"who Ruby Brown. ·and Mr. Jindra. . • made the>. trip: · ·· . When th·e·. Q'r~h~tra won first place EVERETTS SOCIETY "ELECTS • · The members of the Everetts l i t e r - . _ , _ , _ . _ _ , . . . _ _ __. _ _ . _ _ . , _ . , _ _ , _ , _ , •• ._ in the dist.rici. me~t . at Omaha, the WE ·no IT RIGHT DRY CLEANING membeTs, individually and coilect- ary society selected officers for Rext With .modern equipment, our skill a·nd a thorol!gh ively,.· resolved that the group should year Thursday night, - May 8. The knowledge of the industry, we absolutely attend the state meet held at Hast- following were elected: presid~t, GUARANTEE SATISFACTION ings, May 3. Some of the obstacles Allen Lichtenberger, vice-president, Every gament receives scientific treatmept according seemed insurmountable, brit after Mac Dunning, secretary, Iva Pierce, to the natu·r e of the · fabric. Mens and- womens garments sevef'.ill weeks of profitable food a'nd treasurer, Dal~ Milhollin, program cleaned and presed to ·the entire 'satisfaction of our cus candy sales, s~veral big conferences, chairman, Evelyn Skelton. tomers Everything must be right and many small ones with the authThe program consisted of a readPROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE orities the way began to clear. ing by Esther Walkinshaw and a it Incessant· rain failed to dampen our dance by Margaret Cain. spirits, and at last, on Friday mornI Pllone 6il Cleaner1 and Tailors ing, May 2, arrangements were com'I plete, and we agreed to meet at one • ..,_..,_..,_..,._ , _ , _ . 1 o'clock, ready to s~art on the long a.nMAN~AL TRAINING ticipated journey. , Our trip was very successful, lackLUMB Ea l'ng the usual car trouble. Six blowouts only added to the festivity of LACQUER, ENAMEL the occasion. While the tires were PAll'ft'I KORRECT 'BETTY VERNON--AT SUCH being patched, the orch~stra mem- I ·REASONABLE PRICES hers improved upon their time by coil THAT ·YOU WONT TRY TO RESIST BUYING 1 throwing rocks at a nearby mall box. j i 1 ·E xceptioQal Vlues at and playing "keepaway" with a con- 1 ·PERU LUMBER CO. venient orange. W. J. RA.BEL, Mar. 1 Songs, rounds, duets, and quartettes Pboae •• Peril, Nebr. I 'Beautiful New P.rints--Seldom Seen at these pric~ I furnished diversion.. One car with I SILK ·E NSEMBLES-Charming styles, Sleeveless Dresses Mathews spent most ·of their time "'-_..,_..,_,._..,_..,_.,... with silk jackets I s·e eking each other ~·lirle Mr. Jindra . hunted a bed. The--latter's desperate ' Soft Water Shampoo 154= situation was relieved about one I I N·E LLY DON SILK J.o'ROCKS-New Summer models, Just Hair Cut . He · <J'clock Saturday morning by the at-·. released timely a·ppeararice of an oid friend.

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T TTF.S DAY, MAY 13, 1930.

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M e rrill M. Flood of t he Universi ty Saturday morning, at which t ime pa- Is1ands gave an illus t rated lect ure on (Cont i.nued From Page One) pers were presented by Miss Mary L. the geography an_d geology of Ilocos of N ebraska gave a lecture on the Earth Science Section Hileman and Miss Id a Mackie of the ! Nocte, Phillippine Islands. Follow- "Construction of a Table of Linear The earth science sect ion of the training school. M.iss Hileman dis- ' Ing his lecture a movie was p·resented Nebraska Academy of Science met in cussed the bean industry of Colo·rado, of a field tri p through the Rockies, Divisors," wh ich is t he work he is t he college audit~rium Friday after· 1 and pointed out the variou1>, p_a rts of which was ~aken. - by a f ield party doing on a thesis for his masters de· no. 0 -!1 at which time F. A. Hayes of tthe world where we. s~cure m any. of fr om the UniverSJ.ty of Nebrask a Tust gree. He is assisting in mathem atics the state soil survey told of t he pur- our beans. and the 1 egions to which summer. at t.he uni versity. pose and achie vement. It secures and we export. At t he business session following Willi am C. J)oyl e of Creighton compHes for pup1ic distribution all Miss Macki e's p aper delt wi t h t he the program, Ida Mackie was elec·ted dat a obtainable on t he different kinds technic of using g raphs and statis- president for t he ensuing year, and universi ty gave a short talk on "Harof soil. He said that t hese data are tics in geogr aphic teachi.ng. She made L~tta Oliver~ of Auburn, was elected monic Cu.rves," the~ demonstr a:ed fundam.ent al in determinin g soil and her discussion concrete by applyi ng vice-president. Father R1gge's mach ine f-0r drawm g crop ad aptation. rnt'.l tion systems, her meth od to a stud y of t he nuto - Mathematics Section harmonic curves. He had a number fer tilizer practices, tillag.e methods mo bile irtdust r y of the. United States. J. M. Howie, professor of math- of curves drawn to show what could and i.'1 fa.ct all of the relati onships Miss Lotta Oliver discussed- normal ematics in the Wesleyan universit y be drawn. An interesting note about · between crops and soils. He showed training geog r aphy in the high opened the first m athematics section- / t_he m achine brought out was that that t he survey was not ~ nly of v al· school. al session wi t h a f ew p leasa nt r ecot- 1Father Ri gge h ad calculated that ue fo the f a rmer, but to real estate Mr. E. E. Lackey of the dep art- lections of Peru when he was the this m achine was cap able bf drawing dealers, land appraisers, .bankers, men t of geography at .the Uni versity, mat hematics instructor here. He in- / seven" bH!ion diffa rent curves. · and Joan associations as well. I t is presented a statistical st ud y of the troduce~ A. . K. Bet tin ger, of Creigh- / Officers electe~ for t he ne~ year's used widely by irrigat ion, drainage, · cor rel ation of geog r aphy and history ton university, Omaha, who talked mathematics section ar e: Mernll F lood , and hig hway engineers, and he urged in t he high s chools of the Unit ed o.n the "Graphical Treatments . of of Nebras ka u.niversity, p resident; school teachers to avail t hemselves States. Equations.'' The material used was · A. K. Bet t inger of Creighton, viceof the use of the survey. ~1r: V. C. McKim, who had spent taken · from "Elementary Mat hemat- , .p resident; and. .A. L. Hill of Peru, sec. Dr. G. E. Condra, he~d of the state two years in the Phillippine ics" by Felix Klein. . I retary. soil survev,. lectured on t he "Control and Ut.ili~ation of .the F iood W ater of the Platte river..'' He showed what economic benefits the fa rmers of the Nort h Pl atte valley had realized by the control of the fl ood waters. He also poi q ted out the g-r e:>t potential value to Nebraska of the now w asted flood waters of the Pl at te river if they were properly stored and utilized. Dr. A. L. Lu g.n o.f t he d.~ partment of geology at t he Universit.y of Nebraska gave an illustrated lectu re on t he ground w ater hydrolovy and geology of t he Platte river valley and_j adjacent areas in Nebrask a. _He ex- ! pfa in ed su ch p uzzlin g que€tlo ns as I wh y the Pl atte ri ver drys in its mid- j die course durin g the summer, a nd · t he p robl em of securing strong or week wells upon drilling for water . . Dr. E. H. Barbour, of the dep ar.t- . ment of g~ol o1:r:v at Univ ersity, spoke i on the new · shoveled tusked mastodons, picturing the gen era l 1dva.nce- I men t from the earl y elephan ts to our j _. I present day el ephant and showin g t f in Nebraska where we have such I rich fossil d~pos. ifs in which the whole Ii w_orld. is interested. Geography Teachers . The Nebraska Council of Geogra- : ~ phy Teachers met in Science hall, i O~

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She explain- and at the present time head foot· · cl asses at the home of President W. presented,, and a concert given · on it ed "points in -house . furnishing such ball coach a.t Missouri Valley, Iowa by · G. I. . Deverauv of St. Louis. "The as l:iarmci~y of color and. design. Tea high school, will be Per"u.'s new. ath· R . Pate. . Spirit of Education," a pagent, will was ilien ·served". Sunday, May 25, at 10:30 a. m. bacletic director to .succeed Coach J,.on · be presented by tlie faculfy on that calau.rete services will be held in the .f.riday evening. PROF. W." F. HOYT IMPI!OVEp . R. Graf, who will coach at ·Creigh- ·. college auditor-Tum., Dr. H. P. Fox, Invitations have been sent to Wprd ·from Prpfesso-r F. Hoyt ton university next year. . Although it has been gerterally pastor of the First Methodist Episco- the first president ·of the college, is . that .he is very much improved. pal ch~rch of Lincoln, will deliver the ml!mbe.rs of state ·board of ed.qcation, • .Sqme of the members of . the seo- known about the campus for several and president of other Nebraska col- for class visited him at the Methweeks that Gilkeson would be the sermon. leg es. odist hospital last· Wednesday. . new coach it was not authentic until The college art exhibit will open tothe state board gave its approval at the public, -Tuesday ~od Wed~esday UNIQUE PARTY HELD ATHLETIC FRATERNIfrom 9:00 a. m. to 10: a. m., and BY FRESH AN C S .. TY HONORS LON GRAF the meeting in Lincoln on Monday, fr om 2:00 p. m. to 5~00 p. m: "in the . . M LAS May 12. library. The trainin &' school exhibit, · :· ' --- -.- . • "Glen" graduated from Peru with at the same hours, is· fo the T. J.Ma- .Rresbmen .H~ve-An,.:.Un.usu:lL Kind of Hold Secoml Dance In JlOnor of Dejors trai ning ·building. Tuesday even~ ·. Finishing. Party Parting Athletic Head the class of '25 and with the excep· fo g at 8:QO p. m.-, in t he colli:ige liud- .. · .: .. : ·.. - . . tiQn ·of one year he has coached at itorium, the senior class -1.vill pi:.esent ., ?.'he w:l\. . at~ded, ~res~~n party Mem·bel1S of Phi Lamba Alpha. athMissouri Valley high school until its a.nnu al c\ flss play, · "Seven~.h Heav- w_e nt off without a· hitch . . The first Jetic fraternity, held .their seco.nd OUR NEW COACH en", by Austin Strong, under . th~ d.ir- hour· of the ·evening was given over dance of the season in the high school ection of Eldon H. H ayward, '29. to the • fre·s hmart cJu·bs. The Peru gymnasium, Friday evening, May 16. Wednesday, May 28, at 10:00 a. m. players gave a snappy ·· little play It was given in honor of Coach and the hi gh . school commencement will "N pt Q u1•te s uc h a G oose, · " d1recteq. · · • • ·Mrs. Lon .R. Graf, who are leavmg b e h e Id. J,!1 t h e co 11 ege· :auditorium.. , . . • ·; · . t d • f by Dan .M'cSwan, and ·with an all-star Peru for Omaha. -During the interC . R ay G a t es, superm en en. o . . ·. . . . . ··-.'. . . . Echools a.t Gra nd Island,, will address cas~. The Em.J!y Post club · picked. UlY missio"n, Mi:. -Graf· told how much he the graduatin g class. At 12:30 p . m. th~r etiquette :Pook and demo.nstrat- haq. ~njoyed his work in Peru a.nd .· the Kappa Delta Pi fraternity lu.nch- ed to the freshmen the right . and_ expressed~ his regret at leaving here. eon will be served by t he home ec- wrong of a few things. The Min- He further asked that the same coonomics g irls. The oratorio "Redemoperation which had been extended erva club, the book worms,, had come ption," by Gounod will be sung at to him should be given ·to Mr. Glen 8 p. m. by the college cho1•us, assis- across a delightful bit of drama in Gilkeson, the new coach. ted by G. Holt Steck, baritone. Small their all consuming literary digest The sixty couples present danced groups will si.ng the solo parts ·i n and they presented. it in semi-library to the music of Dick Williams' orcbunfaon . Mr. R. T. Benford will direct style. The Kodak · club flashed snap. estra. and Ellen Wilson will play the ac- shots of freshmen on the screen Faculty members, who were chapcompanime,n ts. _ . . . .sho~in.g them _as they are today. · Th~ i er.ones- .were: Mr. and Mrs. W .• -N. The Alumni breakfast in honor of Writing. club then took it unon them- Delzell, Dr. W. E. Vaughan, Mrs. GLEN GILKESON t he class of 1930, at 8:00 a. m. Thm·s-1 se"\ves to show: the frshme.n ·how they , Inice Du,nning, and Ralph Williams. his resignation was turned in so that day, starts off t he d11v's festivities. will look .tomorrow. The ruthless 'Several other faculty mf!mbers .were he might coach at his alma mater. At 6:30 p. m. the coll-eg~ M<;y Fete, h and of time played many tricks up- guests. . In both high school and college ·in charge of Miss Phyllis Davidsotl, I on these frequenters of the Peru Glen was an outstanding athlete be-will take place in fhe stadium. After I campus. Tl:ie last number. "".as a · piFCAR INTO. DITCH. _ ing a four year and a three letter the old English custnm, "A Festival ate dance by four Jolly Dodgers. As President Pate of the college and · man· at Clay Center, Nebraska. where of the sea·s ons" brings the Mny Queen Refreshments of which tl~e Supper Col. T. J Majors,, president of the he lived. durin g his high school days. and her atendants in proce·ssio.n to c.l ub had .c harge,. c~rried otit the Art Normal board,. were returning Tues- He made ltis hi gh school letters in the green. After the queen is club's. decoration scheme and matched day from Lincoln, where they had football, basket ball, and track. At · crowned, the spirits of the seasc.n 11p- j the blue and white penants. • been atteflding a meeti?.g of the state Clay Center he had for ~coach Ward pear. For the entertainment of. the ~fok's orc4es.tra tune.d up, and the I board, Mr Pate's car m which they 1 Hay lett, at present track coach at May Queen. each season prese.nts a I refreshments were immediately slight- wer riding, struck some loose gravel the Kansas Aggies. Undoubtedly a review of the · ·i mportant events of ed. The dancing .and merrymaking which caused it to go into the di tch. great deal of his success has been that season . . ~ Following · these sym- lasted u.ntil 10:15. They were at the time about twelve due to t he coaching which be re· bolic da.nces the May poles are The · freshmen had a grand and miles north· of Beatrice. The car was ceived while under the direction of wound. The queen and her atten- glorioµs time with which to wind up somewhat d.am.aged, but both gentle- this natiwially known sport mentor. dants again form a processio.n .l\nd .thefr "freshm~nship" and it was be- men escapeq with a few minor At Peru Glen was a four year man followed by the dancers, leave .the cause:_aiid not in spite of-the fact bruises. TheL ·c ame • home on on the gridiron and was undoubt ~ green. that they were freshmen. the train Wednesday, leaving the car edly one of the greatest ends t o ever )Continued ~~· ~~g~ Two) ,.- .. . }>~.-~ne W~? . I~ .~he~n. bu~ Growing for some repairs. 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Dorothy Hartman, Irene Davis, Geor- lc:;:,c::><::~>c=~..C::~<=:>~c:::::::>"~::::>OC::::.C:::>-c:::::..c::::><::::><=~..C:::~~~c:::>'--O.C:: OUR 1'1EW COACH f+' From Page One) TEACHERS WANTNIG TEACHING POSITIONS IN A.NY (Continued· gia Jorn1 and Marie Johnson. Wea~· the ti. l'ue and the white. He was p . If' h f' d OF THE FOLLOWING STATES: , u r1mary cert 1cates, t e trst awar Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebr u k a, an ali-conferen.ce end in the years one · recei·ves; w&re a~·rded Gladys Nevada, New Mexico~ North Dakota, South Dakota, Ok· 1~22, 1923, and 1924,, and this was in Beebe, John Beelr, ,.M;erria Bllownson1, lalloma, Texas, Utah, Wyomin1- Should write immediate· the days when the conference was 1Irene Davis, Ve.l'non Duey, Frances ly, Prompt service. · c~lnposed of. all bf ·the ·coileges of 1George; Hazel Hoppock. bis Jones; MISSOURI VALLEY TEACHERS AGENCY Nebraslca. Tlie last year In Peru he 1 Carol Philson, Marjorie Simons, Vel316 Tabor Opera House, Denver, Colo. was captain of the Bobcat. eleven. and ma Thorn.ton; Dorothy -Harkson. Kenled them to their ffrst· con~erence neth , LiJy, Vivian._ WhitehHI, Mer.na championship. Brownson, Ellen Br'oyle~ 'Mary Fish, -··--· ~...... Glen played for three years on' the er, and Zoe Ni-chdfa!f. Peru basketball quintet that hung up · Members of -tfre shorthand class rea con11ecutiv'e 'winning stteak of 54 ; cently sirbmitited shor.thand 'notes to Complete I:..ille · of Repair Service straight games to make 11 ~orld r.ec- the Order of Gregg Artists in an effort to the~ O. G. A. ·award .. ord th_l;lt has- never been bettere"d.. He Esther Hoffman,-. Florence Pate, played' in 34 o~ the 64 games and· was Velma Jackson, Minnie Hermsn'leier, all-state forward during the years •Velma' Thornton, and' Veva· Wflson 1923 and 1924. received certificates of membership, which ind.icate -t heir ab.ility to take One of Glen's. outstanding events notes· correctly, a·nct Wl!ite fo ·go·od while a footbitll star at Peru: was the form~ catching of a: 65 yard pass · in the Kearney game. of 1924. J.t .is one o~ MUSIC H~ADS PREPAR~NG West side of Pavement hill__:_car Washing and· FOR ·NA'FIONAL CON'FE~'T Greasing a speci~lty. the two longest passes to ever be

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. Prof. V. H. J.imirir and Ruby Brown . In his five years• at Missom•i Valle! are working ''night·and day" with the high school, Glen has had unusual . high school orchestra i.n an attempt success with both his football and hfs Ito get the musicians · to1 master Beeb asketba!Jl' teams. His · basketball th.oven's "Andante1 Cant~ble" from ~_,_,_,_,_,_~-~-,-·-·-·-·teams have won four sectiohal; five f\irs tr sfmphon·y. This is' a· rather difcounty, and two district meets. ms Licult number- requi-11ed of au. c:_lass football teams have had correspond- G orchestras partici.pating in the .na- . . 1 ingl'y ·high success one• of the brighti tional• or.chest;pa- contestl to· be· held spots being· the· d'e fea'tr handed' to· the in Lincoln; May 29.. One rea.l. test of strong Shenandoah team in• 192'!.1· that -the compar.Rti".e- strength of all orhad~run up- a- consecutive-- winning' Ghesti•as. eligible fo1• the· national --4---,...._..,_..,_"'_'_'_'~--.-•-+ ---~ streak ·of 35· games. . elimination Js a sight reading requireMr. Gilkeson's present plans are !!lent. S<]_me strang!l s!.!le.c tion which • - • _ , _ . . , _ , _ . . , . . to attend Columbia university at New the director 01, orchestra have never WE DO· IT RIGHT DRY CLEANING York during the coming summer in seen .before wm be gi-v en out wi-th With. modern equipment', our skill and a thorough order to take advanced work. the requh:~ment t_hat they star.t playknowledge of the industry, we absolutely In 9len Gilkeson, Peru has un- ing within one• minute .after the-y GUARANTEE SATISFAC;i'fON . doubtedly found a worthy successor have seen the- music. The training, Every garment res:eives scientific treatment according to Coach Lon R. Graf, who has been school orchestra won at the state con- 1 to the· nature' of the fabric. Mens and womens garments the coach for the past seven years test a.nd is ente~ed ..in. the nat.ional r cleaned· and· ·presed to the -entire satisfaction of our cusand under whom Glen Gilkeson contest. The or.c hestra instrumentatomers. · Everything must be right. learned much ot his athletic know- ·tion has been improved by the ad-. PRGNIPT AND' EFFICIENT SERVICE led.ge. dition of an oboe, trombone, a.nd two 11 horns in F. " COMMERCIAL STUDENTS WORK Cleilner1 and• Tallori' FOR NATIONA1. AWJ\RDS

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PLAY · yards behind at the .finish; however.a slow pass of the baton gave t he Pi Gamma Mu. history fraternity, Senior class day . on Wednesday, Members 'of the production staff for second Wesleyan man a lead of about he.Id a b anquet at which new mem-; May 14, caused the senior~ . to be up the senior claf's pla.v are at resent twenty yards over Duane Sams, who I bers were received and officers · and ready to leave by seven-thirty l remodeling sets for ' the final . · . . . a. m. Before leaving Peril, however, 1 • pro- did not attempt to dose the gap until elected, m the home economics rooms ' th . . . d duct1on of the year "Seventh Heav I b t 200 d f th f' · h h two had e1r first accident. A ro I ,, ' a ou yar s rom e 1ms w en 1he overtook the Wesleyan man as Monday evening, May '1'2, at 6 · 30· in front of the shrub hedge collapsed ' en. ... R alph Ch atel ain, '.29 acted as toast- i and two y.oung men' fell .to' the .The ·stage manager' is confronte~ 1\ though he .were .stand in~ still .. Duane master. Dr. C. M. Brown extended ground amid the -brambles. wi t h many perplexing problems. The handed Millhollm, r unmng third for a welcome to .the .new members. After arriving in Omaha, the morn-I first act of the pfay calls for the end Peru, about .a fiv~ yard lead. The r~ce L H f h b ing's entertainment consisted of shopbetween M1llhollm and the third eo auptman,, a c arter mem er i . ht . d . t · of a street i.n Paris with · parts of Wesleyan man was close not a y a rd . . . p ng, s1g seerng an various e 1e- h · b . . . . · · ' · of the Peru chapter, who 1s now teach- 1 . h At tl t k d' _ t ree u1ldmgs m v1ew, the back of separating them as thev passed the 11 . B . ·d" h" P one ca s. noo.~ iey 00 m a· church the coiner of a wine shop . · - · · · m g at u1 r, spoke re.ga1 mg is 'i ner at .the Commercial club. even . '. ' baton to the anchor me.n. W1lh ams h . . , and the ·side of an old and unattrac·-1 h f p b 'f study on t e h~-e of Mar~m Stowell. I though one Omaha p~pers reported tive house. For this same scene a J :nc or or e~u ran. a e~utikul rac~ _ At the close of his talk he presented that th~y brought .their lunch. . The taxicab and an entrance to a sewer ut was ~n;se h ou~ m a ac stret~ a copy of his work to the college. delegation then attended "Ladies of _t b .d d . challenge y t e esley an man w o · • j Leisure" at the Orpheum at 1:30. mus. e provi e · won by about a yard. Both anchor . In the absence of Pres1c!E>.11t W. R. Wh en evenmg . • The .scene for .acts two and . three m e n r an the quarter .1·n less than 61 came th e group sepnr. _ · Pate, Dean W. N. Delzell gave a shor.t t d 'S t h .·t 1 d chan.g es •to an attic room on the sev- seconds _. a e. · ome ~s y-e ave no re~ea e · enth floor of a buildi.ng in · a very · · speech of acceptance. Another copy then· entertainment or entertainers. .. _ . . . . . poor and crowdedsection · of· Pans. h • f was given to Prof. G. W. Brown who 1 . The o.nly car .trouble was a - tire T " k ,.... h Marion Mars , 27, a ormer mem. 1c e." are now on sa1e at t e h p da · t ff · th guided Mr Hauptman in his' study •puncture, and one cai; stalled. The L l Ph d h dm' . her of t e e gog1an s a , is e 1 • • • • wrecker which was called for t.he lat.oya . ~rmacy an . t e. a imstra- author of an article OI). high school Officers - for the .next year were ! t er a 1·so sta 11 e d . · hon . bm!dmg. For time see our ad- En.g lish j_n the May edition_ of the .. . elected at the close of the evening Th t d th" t · d vertisement ·o n page· two. Nebraska Education al Journal. Miss · . e nex ay 1r y-one rowsy -----as follows: president, Ruth Beau- eye.d seniors · tried to attend classes. · .Marsh teaches English in .the state GOOD SHOWS AT THE CRYSTAL agricultural school at Curtis, Nebraschamp; vice-president. .Helen KaltenTHEATER FOR THIS WEEK ' born; secretary and hist<n-iP.11 Donna I SOPHOMORE CLASS GIVES . ka. · ._, • · ' J DANCE AND BANQUET . . Jane Delzell; treasurer. Helen Wag· 1 Mr. Whitfield, manager of the CrySuperintendents. L. Clements gave 1 nt>r. . . Th b f th h . stal theater , ha·s booked ·some . fin.e the commencement addr.ess at Burr, e 1nem ers o e sop omore . .. · " : -.,, The n atio nal cRndidates are as fol - c lass ce l e b ra t e d c I ass d ay, w e d nes-· shows for this _week. Tonight Ahb1 Nebraska· last Thursday ni ght. His · lows: Ruth. Beauchamp •. Mildred .. d ay, M ay 14, w1·'th a b"1.g d ance m . th e a •story of gangland versus the law subJ·ect was, "Your Creed and You." . • • • • • • 1 Kmght • Susie .-McNeil• Beatrice Stoft.. ; h"1g h sc h oo 1 gymnasmm. · D'1c k w·i ! ' will be a full evening of e.ntertamLeo Hauptman, who went to Bµrr la$t 1., · . . The prob ationary members are as Iiams' orchest ra fur.nished tne music, .ment.t Gn '_VE)dnesday and Thurs- ye~r is being retained at an increase follows·• Ruby Brown • Kenn eth Crook • I WI"tl1 Ch e t K. or b er 11s so 1o t ap d ancer. 1d ay th-ere will be " shown : a drama of ,, in salary . . · · Donna Jane Delzell • Don Durye<>...,, j Alth oug h th war. Seven Days . . e sop h omores did no t go, the . .. world . . -Leave ":'1llard Fowler, Eld0.11 Hay w~Td, Cor- l out of town fo. r their cl ass d ay cele· st~~~mg Gar~. Coo~er. :It 1s one of 1---~----.-rme Frye, Cl ara Hicks, Herbert Iv- . bration and were home at an earli- the outstandm.g _pictures of Wo1·ld , . ens, Alma Jorn • Helen Kaltenborn • ;i er h our " th an th e sen10rs, . th ey re' -1 war• • drama' altho , only one• brief scene 1 •• . • • • Mrs . .Lenore Magel• a.•1d Helen Warr. ' shows any .fro.rit !me fighting·. On. ., .; p or t e d that ·th ey h a d "'ua d an eniov" 1 ner. . : able day and evening. ~ · · I Fdd_ay, and ;:,aturd.a.y, .wm bl'ing th'e_ Duncan sisters. in one of. the greatest j · _ . JN · JOINT RECiTAL FRESHMEN PRES~NT STYL~S , te~m attractions of all _ time, don't :Vinifred Pettit, violinist, and June S.t¥les of the. v~r1~us ages sm~e . miss them. C. Adv. Bnckell, -sopra·no, accompanied· by George W ashington s time ~ie re shown . Ellen Wilson. presented in joint re- qy members of t he freshm an cl ass PERU MILE R.E;LAY TEAM cital a varied program of mu.siaal at convocation, Fri_day. M11y, 16. J . ~URP-RISES WES.LEY AN : numbers at the college auditorium, at This was a part of t he · freshman 8 o'clock, Frid::iy night, May 16. I"week end" ~rogr:-tm. • The Per.u mile relay team com . posed i . "Sonata in E M:> jo)·" by Handel · The follo-':"1n.g styles were .shown of Briggs, Sams, Mmhollin, and FINE PORTRAITS played by Miss Pet tit, !l.'ld "With E~r~y Ame~ica'. by Belva ·Carder and I Williams gave the crack mile relay FRAMES Verdure Cl Pd" sung by Miss Brickell · Vivia.n Whitehill; a cent.nry °'go. by team from Weselyan university the were the · outstand.if!g cla s~ica l num- : La Veta. Gree~; our mother's time, ·scare or their lives .. last W~dnesday, PHOTO FINISHING hers of the program. "Summer" by . by Elmse Fair~ea~ _and Leona Selk; . May 14 when they ran an exhibition CAMERAS Chanu-n ode sung by Miss Brickell, and , flappers, .by Virgmrn McNeal, Ire:ie . race at the Falls City Journal meet • "Scene de Ballet" by DeBe riot, played Adams, Marcelle Kelly, and· Nita . at Falls City. ALBUMS by Miss .Pettit c om~le ted the classi- i-Byei:s; and .the moder_n women, by Wesleyan was t.he favorite to win cal part of the program. '. Edna Mae Jones,, Berrnce .Crambeck, 1by a good many _yard,s, but Peru upA gro up of four songs by modern . and V~rla Fenster.. · Jset the calculations and was only composers was presented by Miss · Music was furn'. h_ed by a choru~ ! about a vard behind. as the final Bri ckell. The prog ra·m was closed by ' of . freshmen ~ons1st~ng of Namm : quarter . flnished. a g rOUJJ of three mo cl ern violi11 se I Wilcox, Zoe Nicholas, Leo.n a Hudson, ,· B . ,. d ff f -n PHONE 56 PERU ' . · . . . . · riggs, ,,ea o man or ..-eru, was lections pfoyed. b~· Miss PeHit. ; Lois. Schriefer. 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PERU, NEB"RA:SKA,:'>- :ruESDAY, MA¥ 27, 1930.

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T he se n'io r class play, "Seventli Heaven," b y A ustin "Strong was pr·c, sen ted Tuesday .nigh\:, Mey. 27. 1E l-

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:sixty ei ght w iii o e gradu nt ed fr nm rthe coJlege course. and will . rec~ive . I ;the degree of Bachelor · of ArtS. A ·, .class of 79 will finish th e two "ye:fr ~or Norm a.I course, ' a:nd ~~ will get ·.e.lementarY' certific ates. T.h ere w ill 'be a cl ass of 37 g r adu ated from the / ' hi g h s chool. ' ' '· Following is a pro g ram of commencement w ee k: Saturd a y, May 24. 8 p. m. facul ty r e<:eption to graduatin g classes. ' Sunday. May 25. . 10:30, Baccalaurea te services. Tu escl·a y, May 27. .• ! 9 a.,· &nd 2 p. m., a r"t ex hibit. .,, Ir 8 senior cl ass play. ' Wednesday, May 28 . ;· 10 a. m. Hi gh Sc hool Commence." mcnt. . I ·~ 8 p. m. 01-'a to rio "Red emp t ion," :..by Gounod. -'. Thursd ay; ! 'May 29. 6:30, Coll~ge may fe t.e. 7:30,, pl antin g of t he i,v y ; cl ass day

Tn Rct I t he scene is at the e.r1rl 0-f .a street in· P aris. Bon1, Frank· K e r· ner, is try ing to get "Elouise" his ta:;. ; t o start. The sergea nt of police, Ei ne r Toft; the R at'. F r an k Iv e rs; Max milli am Gobin , Paul Hoy; Ar letb Lucille Hug hes; and "Rega n, ' W ilb u 1· Youn g make thei r en tran ce in t o th cstreet Ufe of P a ris. We find the two gi r ls. D ia.ne, I r i~ Jones, and Nana, Helen Kucera, wh n h a ve run away from their aunt and uncle, leading a wicked life. N an o t h e very cruel elder . sistPr of Dia n e . . !·forces her to ~eli stolen goods, beat.' ing her unmercifully . • Brissac, Raymo.nd Trenholni, an cl Blonde, Marvin· Overturf, come to the sisters and tell them t heir atint Valentine, Frances . Moriarity; . and Uni::le Georges, Ernest Ro.thert, wb are wealthy are in Paris. . W hen *l;he sisters appear before · t hem, Diane tells them they have exe·~'cises. been leading a bad . life. Uncle Friday, May 30. Georges then r efuses t o have any10:30, coUege commci:icem ent. t hing to do with them and orders Following is a list of the members .Aunt Valentine to leave the girls. of the gradu atin g cl asses : Nana tries to kill Diane. Chico. Ma r vin WHliams, an atheist, saves CandMa tes for A. B. deg r ee. h er life. Pere Che.villion, a priest, Janu a r y 24, 1930. Dan Pettinger, convinces Chico that ,- Marguerite Gra ves Rob ert · Majors there is a God. In a scuffle with the H, A. N eum eist er Paul K . .Ho y _police, Chico saves Diane by saying Charles Pl ac e Frank D. Ivers she is his wife. Alta Bernetta Lucas Rub y M. T a.ney In act II Diane goes to stay in an Gw·e ndoJy n Ma ll or y attic room on the seventh floor in a c1;owded section of Paris to wai t f or May 30, 1930 the police to come and vel'ify Chico's Edwin Booth Mar gar e t V. J enkins Rutl:i. G. Brandt Alm a M. J orn I -- --·---· ·-------------------~-------~------------..,----=---- stawme.nt. As they are about to· be marri ~d Diane's aur.t and lawy.er. Madonna I. Brady D on Ke ister I i J · come to take her. She chooses Chico, Helmut . Brockman Fra nk Kerner I VlO,LIN SOLt.~S BY TRAINERS Ruby L. Brow n· Ethel M. Ki ger I 1 The vi olin orchestras fr om the lo w-1 an d the "heaven'' rather t han wealtb an d a home with her a unt. Enid Colg lazier Ma r y M. Kn ight er g 1:ades· of the traini~ g school en· . ~en_neth Crook 1 H elen M ~ ri e Kucera tertam ed - at ch ap.el, Fnday, May 23. · l.i War breaks out taking Chico, Bo~!, Mary Alice Eng les Lu ella McFa rren . · '· · ·. One of these was oJed by Maurine an d Maxmilliao Gobin. In their desLouise Farley Margaret Mc Willi ams · Reception Is Held On President Y'{. WickeFsham wi t h Margaret Cain at It Is the First All-College iDan cc p eration Chicq and Di~ne put their (Continue d On ·Page Four) R.' Pate's Lawn the. .pi ano, a nd t he -0ther by G race · Ever Held In Pe ru (Continued On Page Four} '. • - P.et erson with Lorene Norton accom. A reception for the sophomore a,r{i]- panyin.g on t,he piano. The dream o: many s.tud~nts on_the senioi· ciasses was : h~IO o.n Presid ~ri.t - -·- - ·. -. -·campus cam e rnto reabzah on, F u day 1 .

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..Saturday. ni g ht, May 23, w h.en the fi r st all-colThis .. w as the fmit : qf , ,. lege . d a nce of Peru was held at the . - - - . .. -the festivities. of commencement ,. · · · ' h ' k Will Be .,.~!!: Out~tanding Event In week. .' . . . college gymn asmm at e1 g t o cloc : Also the Four Chosen As Represen· Commencement wee.Jc ' - -·. About '225 st udents, m any alumni tatives are Revealed The law.ii was beautifully lighted Chan·ge of Program Due To Inability members; and some outside g uests atMr. R. T. Benford, director o.f the by Japanese la nterns and the receiv- 1 ·· o.f Reavis .To Be Here tended. • The 1930 Peruvians which were ,, college chorus, presents the oratorio, fo g line consisting of Col T J · Ma· • The g ym was d ecorated with bl ue Id 1. d t th t d t d 0 ., "The Re(lemption," b'y Charles Gou- · p · ' ' d. ' d · '. · · ' A change has 15een · made in the and white pen ants The orch estra e ivere e 8 u en s on on ay, JOTS, res1 ent an Mrs. W. R. Pate, . · M 26 · d th · f t' th t ." nod, Wednesday evenin g at ei g ht , <:ommencement speaker: The Honor- booth at the cente r of th e west side ay • carrie e Ln or.ma ion a .· o'clock at the college a uditorium, Dean and Mrs. W. N. Delzell, De an able C. F. Re avis who w as s cl:i.eduled of. the gym was also decorated in the, Esther Walkinshaw, is the new May Dunning, Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. ·t o give · th e commence.men ':. ' · · t address, college color s· The fl oor was in ex- Queen. For representative women.... · The pro'log ue deals with the crea- clnic"e Ch · · tion of earth and the ri1 aci ng of ·m an arter. ester Kor ber, Mr, and !'4rs: : cellent condition. Madonna Brady and Pauline Ly le ·. there upon. It tells ;f man's down- A. V. Larson, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- fmds that a case before the supreme Punch and wafe rs wer e served were chosen; for represertati"vc men, fall a~d of Chris t's promise ~f re- vin Willi ams _ sto ~ d on. th~. porch, . , j.~ 0 u.rt of Nebraska will prevent his thro u g hout th e eveni ng with Veva Marvin Williams and Ernest Rathert • . dempt10n. Refreshments · 'were ' served cons1s• Wilso.n, Alice H art fo r d, and Eloise Miss Walkinshaw is majoring in Part one starts with the condem..11a- tin g of ice cream roses and cakes. F airhead in charge. tion and scourg ing of Christ, throu gh Many flowers were used in decoration. , The chaperons for the evening English. She belongs t<' t he Dramatic whkh runs the t heme of· for g iveness. Music was· furnished by a trio and wele: President and Mrs. W. R. P ate, club, Everett Lit erary soc iet y, GU·Js' The m arch ·to Calvary, the b earin g there w e re some v ocal numbers. . D ea n and Mrs. W. N. Delzell, De::\.n of the cross, a nd t he w ai'li,n g . of the The 'follo'wjn.g committees were 'ap- 1 lnice Dunni ng, D r. w. E. Vaughan, club, Y. W. C. A .. H awkey e club, a nd ~daughters of Israel" i s g ive n. J esus \ ~ointed t,o 'take c~lal'.ge of this recepMr. F . H. Hec k, Mr . and Mrs. V. E: W. A. A. She will be c ·~,wr. ed quee n .. tells theq1. not to weep ____ He ent rusts t10n: general chairman, Miss We.a re; Ch atelain, Miss Emilie Pepez, and -0n Thursday evening of µits week at the reg ular May fet e fes t ival. ·. . his. mother into th e car e of John~ g eneral arr ang ement, P. A. Norwood, Miss F r ances Harvey. Miss Brady, a com merce major, Part ;two tells the st ory of t he worn- Lon R. Graf, R. A. Willi ams, C. R. Mus ic was fu rnished by Dick Wi1has held office in a n umber of or. · en going t o the sepulchre a nd findin g Lindstrom, F. H. H eck, Mrs. M:J ry li a"ms and his collegians: : the "s tone rolled awa y " The a ngel Mes erve, P. A. Max,well, Miss Ida g anizati ons ; some of w h ich are: Pi tells them th at Christ is ris en and Mackie,, J. W. Tyler, and Miss E mHe MAGEL WI NS ESSAY CONTEST ! Omega Pi,, Alph a ~1u Omega, Sigma they return to the vill ag~ to spread P epez. R eceiving line, table decorj' Tau Delta, D r am atic clu b, Y. W. C. the news. ations, etc.: Miss Grace T ear, Miss AB th e Pedagogian sends the last A., Girls' club, Ten nis club. E verett The two choruses, "Lovely Appear," Norma Diddel, Miss Mari an Hendrick, page "to bed" the news comes that Literaty society; Gfrls' glee club, o.nd "Unfold Ye Portals,'' end w.ith Miss Marie F aulha ber, G. W. Brown Mrs. Leonore Mage.I of Shenandoah. chorus. a nd P eruvian staff. the g lorif:)in g of Christ, a n'd g ive a and W. E . ·v au g h a n. Music : R. T. Iowa, a senior at Peru, is the winner Pauline Lyle is vice-president of , fitting climax to the oratorio. Benford, V, H. Jindra, G. Holt Steck, of the Nebraska State Bar associ a· Si gma T au Delta, a member of the The solos with t he exception of the and V. E. Chatel ain. Foods: Miss being prese nt on that occasio.n. In tion's 1930 essay con test on the sub- Gi r ls' cou nci l, Y. W. C. A., Dramatic bass n ar rator will be sung by g roups Mabel Cook,_ Miss Elma Goc kley, Dor- his p lace t h e col1ege has been fortu- ' ject, "What Has Been the Economic club, Pe ruvian staff. Pep club. Her of 'stude'n ts in uniso.n. othy W est, S. L. Clements, Miss V ir- n ate in sec ur ing the Honorable H:. H. 1 effect of the Cons titution of the Uni· n:i ajo r is English. Bass Narrator, G. Holt Steck; s o- , g inia Lewis, Miss F r an ces H arvey, I Wilson. Mr. W ilsoq, who is a former ' ted States on the Government and Mr . R oth e.rt is a biology mnjor. He prano soloists, June Br icke ll, Lore ne J Ruth G. Bl'andt, Miss Libbie Brapson, Peru' stude nt, has been one of the I People of the Nation?" is a m em ber of Tri Beta, P club, fen's Nortsm, a nd Ma rg a r et .Engelkemie r. C. A. HucJ<,,. Miss Elizab eth McCollum, ou tstand ing attorneys of Nebraska Mrs. Mage.I is an active member of cl ub, football, Alpha Mu Orne.pa, and Mary: Leo.na Huds~n, Alice H artfo rd, J Miss Ann a .Ir,w~n, Miss Ruth Ahlber g, · a nd i n addition to his duties as an many social and scholastic . activities busi n ess man ager of the Peruvian. and B erni ce Miller, Jesus : . Don ald Miss M~p.e l . Boatman, and Miss Mary 1 attorney was for thirty years a mem- on the campus and it was not m uch I Mr. Williams, manual arts major, Duryea a nd Raymond Tre nholm. T e n- Hilem a n.· her of the facu lty of the University of a surprise t hat she won as her has ~een the college chee1 leade r. He 1 or n arr ator: N eil T r abert a.n d W alof Nebraska. He was connected with past record just ified the e xpect ations. also is a member of the P club, track lace Sugden . The ' college au t o-mech anics de- ' some very important law cases in the team, band, orcl1estra, Philomathean On the f ina l numbers of the om- p a rtme.nt h as received several aer o- : history of Nebraska as well as in the Miss Mabel Cook, teacher in t h e Literary society, and Me.n's club. He t orio t he co Hege chorus will be as- p la ne parts from the war departme nt 1supreme court of the United States. home economics departme nt, enter - was president of the senior class. sisted by t he members of th e -hi gh of the-· United States. As soon as mbre He was president of the Lancaster tained twenty g uest:s at d i nner FriAll four of the repre,,entative stn· 1mhool chorus. E llen Wilson is pl ay- ·parts are received t h e class plans to County Bar ABsociation, also of the day evening , May 23, Miss Hazeldents are members of the senior in g t he accomp a.niment.s. stud y aeroplane mech anics. Nebraska State Bar Association. Weare was an out-of-tow n g uest. class.

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Caln; The High Scllool History Course, Mildred Knight. RefresJunents. consisting of appa pie a ·la mode and coffee were servea. The n.ewly elected officers of ~ fraternity are Ellen Wilson. preat. dent; Walter Wiese. vice-president; John 'Bath. secretary; Clara Overturl, -treasurer; and Helen Kaltenborn. N porte_r. Work iB progressing nice~y o.n the fountain in the garden east of the administration building. The fOWltain is the gift of the class of 1.929.

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WINNERS STATE MUSIC CONTEST Above is the Peru Demonstration high school orchestra that journeyed to Hasting on May 3 and won first place in class c orchestra competition.They wit( enter the national contest to be held at Lincoln, Nebraska on May 29, 30, 31. They are: top row: left to ri~ht: clarinets: Ruth Gilland, Huston Kingsolver, Director Ruby 'Browµ, Bassoon, Sterling Vanderford; Tympani, Howard Riggs; Drums, :qc>rothy 'Cawthorne; Bass Viol, R~ land S't ephenson; piano, &uth Chatelain! violins: Opal Grover, Helen Gilbert, Lora ·Majors, Juanita Bray, Marguerite Coatney, Velma Richardson; Cellos: Flora Dasher, Harriet An'ne Kingsolver; viola, Alice Parriott-, Bottom Row: Trumpets! Harold Stoltz, J.ohn Tyno!!, Haney Millstead; Violins: Eleanor Majors, Dorothy Sanders, Mary Hanlon, ·Marjorie Young, Euni,ce B.urbridge, Irene Vanderfoi:d. 1

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; .. Te.~nis, a minor sport at Peru, w~s probably one of the most popuar sports on the campus and many J J;nterea at the •Postoffice of Pens · were those who cou1d not play beNe~ra1ka, a1 second claSI ~atter. cause of a lack of a playing place, 1 · SI 11 h y ~ 1 1 the two courts proving wholly inad. t e ear-.,..,.. s l}.B e copy. J . equ~te for the number that desired to M•rie P•rlter --------------- Editor play. Iva;Pierce ___ ..;_____ Assistant Editor l In girls' athletics, swimming came Elo11e F•lrhead ----- Business Mgr. . to the front in a climatic meet with · T k' II · h' h th p ~========z====:1==: ar 10 co ege m w 1c e eru team won a decisive victory. This THE ATHLETIC PAST sport bids fare to becoming a major (A Revie~) sport for both girls and boys on the Peru can well be prouct of the rec- Peru campus, and it is hoped that . another year or two wm find Peru ord made during the past season in represented on 't he swimming map. the var.ious ·atl,letic undertakings, alOne of the severe blows to athietics . Teachers College. .

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though Peru did not win any cham- in the future • was the announcement pionships,s~mething very rare at Peru I of t he resignation of Coach Lon Rfor the past s:ix or seven years, when 1Graf head . football and track coach . h' h b ·· ·h· I at Peru for the past seven years. He c h amp1ons ms ave een t e ru 1e . · . . · . j wfll coach at Creig hton university, rather than the exception. Omaha next year. However, for h1's ln the football realm, Peru won !1successor, Pei;u w as fortunate in re-

Miss Eli~abeth McCollum, supe.rvi.:ior of kindergarten, has been granted a leave of absence for one year to attend the University of Chicago for graduate wor k. Miss McCollum wiH leave about September 1, for Chicago.

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CLUBS PROVE PROGESSIVE : "The freshman clubs have on the ' "It Pays To Look We11" whole been a decided succ_ess, ·and KING'S BARBER SHOP . have filled a need to the freshman U class," say,s Miss Grace Teare, fresh- ' nder Loyal Pharmacy j · d . man sponsor an ~eneral counselor of the clubs, . ___ ---I1 , . . . . _ , _ _- _ _-_ _ ________

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eight ?nd -lost one to complete a high- 1ceiving the services of Glen qilkeson, A _ques~ionaire ,was sen,t out to the j ~~ .... _.__..,_~_,_,_.__.,.._,_.__._._ .., • . ly ~uccessful season, Th~ 1one defeat ! a former Pe~u foo ball .man :Who h a.s members of the claJ , to find the val· · . . been coaching at Missouri Valley ue of the clubs. About 175 members came from ~he hands of the C?ad- . high school· for the past five years. of the c1ass answered this. lt 'was • • ron Eagles m a game played m a It'is believed that he can keeo intact · t H Ch · • found th!lt a large majority of these BETTER HARDW ragJng snow s orm. owever, ad- : that splendid record set un by Lon R. d f d · h · • had had some part in clubs. Onlv ron was e eate U1 t eir next game Graf. twentv-two had 1'oined no clubs. A , General Electric Refrii!erators by the Wayne Antelopes a team th11-t · Peru had defeated 39 to o earlier in few had , dropped some club ~ work, · the season. The Bobcats further disTEACHERS TO LEAVE PERU and others had joined some addition- _ . _ _ , . . , ._ _~ played their margin on paper over 1 Next fall will find a great many . al ones. The main reasons fo~- not Chac!ron by defeating the Cardi.nals changes in the perso.nnel of the col- joining were too much school work from Om.aha by the lop-sided score lege due to the many resignations and too much outside work. of 50 to O while the best that Chad- that are being accepted. The greatest value according to A bette~ job deserves a b etter price- - -That's why ron had been able ~o do with the Miss Emi1y Burton, supervisor of this questionaire was the closer soc- 1 PanCrom will not mark fl oors : birds was a 35 to 12 decision. Out fifth and sixth grade teaching, who ia\ contacts gained\ Special values SOLES AND HEELS APP LIED BY of the ' conference the Bobcats · lost was granted. a· leave of absence to were .g iven .for e~cli club. Some. of . nary n game, defeating both St. Ben- attend Columbia university, resigned the suggestions given for the 1m· . •, , idicts and Maryville, Missouri by to accept a positi<2.n at the state teach- proveme~t of management were prac, 1 On the E ast Side of the Sti:eet . handy scoreii. ' ers college, Ypsilanti, Michigan. tical and will be considered next year. , . , _ , _ , _ ' - _ , _ , _ " _ ' _ " _ ' _ ' _ ' _ ' " _ " ' On paper' the basketball season ' For the posi-tio.n of supervisior of Comparatively few freshmen belong . _ , _ . _ _ , _ , _ . _...... _ . _ _ _ _ ._ _ . ........ ........ ....... ._ ...... 1 seems· to have been a distinct flop, fifth and sixth grade teaching,' Miss to orgah1zat1ons other· than those opLUNCHES ICE CREAM SANDWICHES the Bobcats losing more games than Isabel Maso n was elected. Miss Mason en to all. Fourteen belong to Everetti 1 the~ won; however, in the conference ha~ a bachelor's degree from state twenty-o.ne to .Philomathea~, and sixWE THANK YOU F OR Y OUR PATRONAGE OF THE the Cats ranked second in Uie fin al teachers 1college, Bowling Green, Ken- teen to the Peru Dramaeic club, stii.ndings to Kearney the champions, tucky, and a mas·t ers degree _ from Another question was wh_i ch .clubs · PAST YEAR-GOODBYE--GOOD LUCK keeping intact the record of never George Peabody college, Nashville, they did not join, and wi!ihed they . having finished 1ower than second Tennessee. Miss Mason has had four had. Every club was mentioned, but WE WELCOME YOUR RETURN .in the conference si.nce its or.g aniza- years of successful experience in Cov- the· Kodak club led the list, with ·t ion. One thing with regard to the i~gton, and Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Art Craft, Peru Players, Eimly Post, 1 NEXT YEAR basketbaU season that is well w; rth Miss Fforence Tilton of. the art de- 11nd .the,Suppei: club being mentioned ~ntion is that Coach Lorbeer was par tment, ~ho wa; ,g,i;an·ted a ·1eave o~ten al~o. These are evidently the handicapped by a lack of varsity ma- of absence ' to attend Co1umbia uni- most talked of clubs. · A larg e num- ; terial with. which to stal't the season. versity, has resigned. expressed a desire to continue as Next ,y.ear it should be a differ ent For the position in the art dep a.rt- associate members next year. / SHORT ORDERS .SPECIALS SALADS ' st6ry as Ooach Lorbeer has molded ment, Miss Norina L. Diddel, who has Credit for the success of th e ~lubs I together a strong , quintet of fresh- been filling the temporary vacanc y, must partly be given t o the s~ p i101 man that should again bring to P eru was elected to the permanent posi- more counselors and facul ty 111l'mbers j ._ --- -....... - ........ .,. h a .c ampionship five. tion. who g ave their leisure time and often ' . . .._ In track Peru had one of , t he Professor W. R. Carter of the biol- opened their homes for meetings. ) · 1 strongest teams Qn record' and one ogy department has been g r a.nted a These were: Art Craft c;lub, Mi riam that h ad an unusual" quota of indi- leave ·of absence for -the y eiir 1930-31 McGrew, and Miss Norma D.iddel of YOU vidual stars led by the indominitable to complete work for• his docto rate. the art dep ar tment; Crawd ads, Ber- ~ li ttle Duane Sams, who rarely f ailed Mrs. Mary F. Me~ erve, w110 h as n ard Galloway, and Mr. E rn est Lo rto ·Win · the 100, 220, and the broad been ~iHing the temporary vac ancy beer of th e p hys ical e.d uc atiol'! deWe wish to thank one and all for the wonderful j um ,. and. who toward the 1atter p Rrt due to th~ absence of Profess or Holch p artment; Emily P ost, Phy llis Dam· patronage they have given us since we have been In Peru. of the season Wl!S also burniJl.g up .this year, has been elect ed to a tern· mast, and Miss E dn a W eare of t he

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the cinders in t he 440 y a rd run, Dick porary position due to t he absence of h ome economics d ep ar tment; Hiking-, We have tried our best to please and promi,se you a bet· W.illiams was also one of the capable Professor Carter next year. Ru t h H ar aj ia n, n.nd Miss Ruth I Ahlter variety in bakery products an'd ice cr~am when you performer s and could usuaHy be Miss Blanche Gard of Fort W ort h ber g, sch ool nurse; J oll y Dodgers, return, as we are going to install a new oven Hnd macounted on for wins in the half mile Texas, h as been elected suue rvisor of Editha Prokes, and Miss Phy llis D avand the qd arter mile events, while primary grade te ~chin g, . to b egin idson, p hysical edu cation; Kod ak, chinery which will help us to do so. You are welconw Sch affner could generally win'.• a work September 1, 1930. Miss Gard Luc y Ande rson, and Mr. S. L. Clemat any · time to inspect our plant and we ltope that you fo·st or two in t he hurdle races. ;8ug- has a bachelor's degree from the Uni- ents, superi nt endent of the t r ain ing D will do so when you return. den, a freshman, t ur.ned out to be a versity of Kansas a.nd a master's de- school; Miner:va, Helen Wagner, and ~oo d high j umpe r and w as a consis- gree from the Colorado Stat e Teac h- Miss Grace P etersen, lib rari an; Peru tent wi ni11er of this event, while Blu e; ers College at Greeley , Colorado. She Pl aye rs, Mabel Niggi.ns, E ileen Means, ~ We will &ell any of our candy bars Fr:lday and Sr1tMi'llhollin, and H at chei·, also fre·s h - has . ~ad el.even ye'.\l'S of successful ex- Danie l. Mc'Swan, and Bernice Miller . urday 3 for Sc. men showed ;fo~-m t h at sho'uld make p er1ence Ill p ubhc schools and col- I wit h Ma rg uerite Graves a.s ge11e1·al . th em outstanding p oin t men for t he leg·e work at Fo rt Wo rth, Texas. I supervisor: Sup:per club, Gladys Nie- , P eru s,qu11d 11ext year. One of the Miss Mabel G. Cook of t he hpme ' mnn, and Miss Mabel Cook of the 1 hrig ht spots of the year w ~s the economics dep artmen ts h as r esig ned home economics department; und the ~ Phone 171 Stei~r Bros. Prop. 11u arter mile t'elay ~e-~m composed of t o , nc~ept a posit ion in t h e ho n'l.e cc· ; Travel club, Gladys Kimsey, Clity Mumper, Sams, Wilh n'.ns, Zo?k and onom1cs dep art ment at N rw t on, !own , Coy, and Miss Grace Tear of the ed· ~ Bri ggs that ii ucceeded 111 mak1.nrr the I Her resig na tion takes efTect at th e j·ucation departme nt. ' ...,_...,__......_...,_°"_'°_°'_..__~_ ...,_,.__...,_

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-= · . frmn the 5th to ~he 9th g1 ades in the presentation ! of the " Mary Jane Waltz". , This g<roup wa:q' · the most ' advan.c ed .. of the vio J i n , P.Toups below the senior : i himh schooJ. and ·thev dis, Iplaved an understanding- of ·potb ;,:)art~ of the number: ·parts being- interchanged .and .played tl;nm&rh twice for the.benefit of the aud!ience. This group. was under tbe dir ection of Otto Boellstor ff, an advanced violin student 'i n the college, and June Bricke lJ, pianist. This concluded the violin class demonstration for the evenmg. , ·A clarinet qua rt~ t , dir ect ed-by Neil Trabert, played • .. • .' . ·' . . , . . . \ . . . . several o,d.favorites includ1banei that Sousa ever had, hroug·ht imt the jdea of "rhy- .ing "Old Black Joe," which j thm" the unde1~ Jying princple of. all good . music. .They brought a great dell} of ap'! lns.,f,flt~d.an· 1~sed' . fff~·;iheir"€Xh' hibitiohn the most primitive~ of,mu~i~a.l !pl~~= f~oe~tth~;~11~~ps • • . . . . ,_1~1st-1~u1?ents .s~c. .as, t e drums, _cyn;,~als, tamhcmr~nes, ga've' the 'a udiertce' t.he dif~ a?. d _, f~~fl.ngles. 'I_'hese you~g folk we1 e tmder i:~1e d1rec- ferent steps ih the building ·" · I . .,. · -.. · ::t ~10.p , Qf, stuqent . teacher, Ins .~ones, ~t1,1 Lsupe1·v1sor. l\1rs. of-a good .orchestra, and t he ~· I • '; .. -.:i:.' l .Ca,~tled\f~ l~r.ow.n. ' . •; ' ' , ' . • . . patient and pain_st~k in g,Shades of the .qay o:f ..R.obfo.hood" , aext apipearecl, care nec.essar y t o brmg ~ut ~ ~ ~kipph1g, hopping, .and· ~umping, and at Lime;:; display-· t~e: mus1eal tale-~t of 4ihe.m~ I

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L_h at :we w~~e s~ :f~is.ed at the p; oschoo.l orchestra, directed ':~o inc lud-es sever·a~ violin g ram Mr. J.i-nd.ra - ~as '.n mine) by Ruby Brown,'winners of groups frr.:irn the · ~hfferent · -w~u·~~ . pe puttmg:. it . mildly. 11'! · · the st ate orch estra cham, grades, t\vo of th~se groups our int~rview with him, Mr. JinL " r pionship in -class C at .Hast : being pictured· b e 1ow> dra .b.ro.ught forth the information ings. This was the cr own'! 0ver one hundred grade . that this undertaking is .not th ~ ing perf Qrmance of the ev; and high school students work of any one person, but ratli'- , ening-, being the .goal for ·'are taking' an active iflter- er it is due· to the·- plertd'i d CO-O}J which the . members . Of the est in this iristruinental 'ad- t eration· or tnb ·entire tr;aining preceding g-roups a re ·vancernent of music. The - school faculty, -and the townspeostriving. picture was taken just · af.: : · pie; : ·:Mr.,J~ndra.,_~i~pla~ed•: to us / The prog r a in w a s 'ter the assembl~d gr9up ·: t~at s,ame .1!1,C?.d esty that has madn · ' broug·pt to a fit ting close had given an 'evening's hin~ sucn a, favo.r!te with old an? I ability tQ p'Iay unde11•standable music brought forth wave by the presentation of the : musica:} entertainment to you_ng alike .• Per.µ ·~·~ople should l after wave of a!)p1la1use as the number ended. Miss Mc- trophies from ~he National ..the townspeople and the .qe pr?ud .,,,o:i: Mr. Jrndra for t ll Col~m~,., R~.n?~tt~'ft~~'f);~:~;µpervisor, w.ho _is an e?thus~a~t Bur eau of Music . and the :·students of the college. Fol- ~ .sp!endid work .that rhe is ,under_.- f fo.r ~h~.11'.WW.1~"(,Q}'~, aii!<P~... i;;~udent teachers, .Maurme WI.CK- Hastings Chamber of Com-~ k>wmg is a shon summary -: ··t e:king, a.nd co-oper&te with Jiim .1 e~s.ham ,aJ>lid1 :.Ma:lt~M'~-t. .~i11 ~ere respon~ible for this di- merce in r ecognition of Pe, >f the .evening's entertain- , in such a way ~s ,t~ - ~ake the ul- 1 VlSl-Oll .of. t~~r~1~01g>r"'3n;z;i 1A,p1cture of this group may be rµ 's c.harnpionship standment·, which 'should give timate ,g oal a distinct picture an,d ·f~und_1_11 · th~~~~~~'l!f?,:J!l~!f~ 'Page._ . . ing. . . ,$ome .ide.a. of .the extent to· no~ a mirage, : .1 G~~~es La~?' ~~ .':f!m1.A~g~ent teachers~ · Dons ~ice and The entire perf.otm~nce , .which the work has ad; . ~a.rg~~~,t , Jµig~H. ~)~~tT-r '. ne?C~ .entertained with the ' went . through in, a manner vanced. . . . · :. 1 ,. • Trana ., sGng o;n, ti -.e1~, rhttle v19lins. I that sb.ould ha.ve been very · DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM MAY 7 1930 / "The filoy Scout's-March" was .very effecti.vely played gr'a tifying to the pr-0ducers Colleg~ Auditoriur:i · · ' ~ by a group ~~!,~w~:iY'~.:frnm the ·3rd a!1d.4th gn1des. ·'[his an? }t seemed to. the 1. Introductory Remarks __ .:.:.:::.. ____ Supt. S. L. Clements ~~~~ys~~~ew~a,~E1lb1ty.Y tbo .h~~1dle thet1rt1hnstru.m~ntts m a dopm10nhof thho~de m fatt en2 Rhythm Orchestra G,rades 1 and 2 ______ directed by " . ,, : · .TM: . qngIJ?.g'" ou . - '8 p~zzica o or . ance t -B:t t ~ I ea o mus. · Ir's Jo-nes . ' · · · · . · · p,luckm,g . .eff~c.t as. well as the· reg·u'la,r' bowmg. Grace i~ educat10n 1s not: only . 1 • V10lm . . orchestra -__ M;1ss · . McCollum and Peter,son · · 1 b u t a dvisa · ble, an d .3. Kindergarten , ' d1rectmg .. ' -and Lorene . Nor t on a t th e piano, , pract ica · student teadhers Maurine Wickersham .an·d Marg·ar- bio:ug~t..outa fm,~ degree of skill from so young a group many were the fa:vorable ' of musicians. ·comments for a contmuance tC . e am,:. · · · · Two pa:rt work · was brought · t b ~. Vio-Jin Groups from Primary department, ·grades 1 · · . ou Y a group of th . ~ pi;esen t po1··rcy. and 2 ___ student teachers, Doris Rice and Murgar'.et Engelkemeir. 5. Violin Group from grades 3 and 4- "Boy Scouts March," _____ student teachers Grace Peterson and Lorene Norton. . 6. Violin Group from grades 5, ·s.; ·7,. ·s, ahd 9- "Mary Jane Waltz,'-. __ student teachers, Otto Boellstortl' and June Brickell. .; , . . 7. Clarinet Quartet ___ __ stude·rit, teacheJ'.'., .NeiL:. 'L'rabert 8. Be.g inning Orchestra, grades·5 - .~ -:-- stu,d~1~~ .t eachers, Alice Hartfo_rd, Bernice Miller, ·and. ~1Je.n '~ ilson. g, High School Orchestra.--Contest 'Numbers- · __ stU:. dent teacher, Ruby Brown. ·' ., · · "" ~-" ii ~ 10. 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Grace ·Rowlison ing!' by Fisher, and "SHent Starlit Ruth Harajian 1 "Noc-. Ruth Jordan Fern Schmidt Night" "by Carl Hauns. (Continued From Page One) turne" by Pearl 'G. ·Kerns was sung Steven J. Turille faith in the ever seeing God and Mildred Lefler as a contralto solo by Leona Hudson. Bernice Warnke Lois D. McGinnis marry themselves. Although Nana Audrey Wolfe The quartet sang another group of· tries once more to wield an evil hand Lois Metcalf Ellen Zink two numbers "Sweet ·Goodnight" by Florence Pate over Diane, she is whipped away. Massanet, and quartet arrangement Peterson Grace In act Ill, .Brissac tries to infl~ence --We repair your tires and do it right -of "Goin Home" from the Dvorak Diane to marry him. Diane has lived We handle all the Standard products August 22, 1930 "New World Symphony" arranged by in her ('heaven" for four years, evAmy May Cathcart Daniel McSwa.n G. Holt Steck. ery day feeliny the presence of Chico Adelene Dasher Alberta Morford Miss Brickell and Miss Schriefer which encourages her. Brissac is Donald Duryea Thelma Morford sang "The Qne I Love Just Can't be about to succeed in marrying Diane Letha M. Gentry Ruth Swanson Bothered With Me." Miss Brickell because ~f a . report that · Chico is Glenna Goss Vera White sang a sopr~no solo, "The Wind dead. Arloeen Lyle Maurine Wickersham Blown Hill" by Adams. The pro- ._ , _ , _ ' - _ , _ , _ , _ ' - _ , _ , _ . . _ _ , - ' - - ' • Diane's faith wavers and in her g ram was concluded by the quartet point of desperation,, Chico enters, Graduates from high school. singing ·"My Little White · Rose" by blind but calling for his "cherie." Earl Applegate Dela V. Meritt Paul Bliss. The tiny attic room again becomes L. Byron Cherry Robert I. Newton their "Seventh Heaven." Hamae Dasher Robert S. Pate •'--'-_'-_,_c::s_..,,_~ Illa Effie Dasher E r nest J. Rawson MANUAL ~INlNG OOMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Mac Dunning Ve1ma Richardson ·, , (Continued From Page One) AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR Harold Furnas Shirley I. Rowen LUMB·E R Verna C. Glandt Frances Moriarty Howard Fu·r nas Marle Setzer May Helen Harrison J. G. Mumper Stephen Gaines Carrie L. She~an LACQUER, ENAMEL Lyda G. Hayek William Okrent Helen L. Gilbert Ethel E. Sherman PAINTS Clara Hicks Marvin J. Overturf Roberta J. Gaston R. N.Stephenson Leila V. Hoy Gladys Sopher John W. Grafton Bertlia Sultzbaugh See us for price when in need of one COAL COAL Lucille A. Hughes Wilbur D. Young Jessie M: Graves W. Andrew Tynon Mabel I. Graves Doris C. Vance PERU LUMBER CO. July 16• 1930· Mary Greenwade Sterl~ng Vanderford W. J. RABEL, Mgr. • Doris Bright Marie Parker Peru, Nebr. Ralph Collister Dan Pettinger Opal Grover <;atherine Whitten. Phone 48 Edwin Rector Mary Louise H . anion Harold Yates Harland Hel.11. g I J Y t ..__,_.,.._..__'-_,_..., H i tt A K1 · Henr~ · Hofman Harold Reed . arr e ·L ~g~: v~ . . oe a es Ruth M. Jones Kenneth Stiers· Kath~rine an ~ ?r3orie Young Lora V. Ma3ors R aymon d T ren h oI m Pauline Lyle ~ .So· ft Water Shampoo ' . 35c Lenore Magel Marvin W.illiams f Hair Cut -,35c , Muriel Majors Howard Zook GIRLS' QUARTET GIVES INTERat E~TING CHAPEL PROGRAM ' August 2Z 1930, BOB KNAPP'S Mabel E. Babb T. F. Roehrkasse Next to Gaines Hall on the , The Girls' quartet composed of D~nald C. .Beckord Ernest Rothert Lois Schriefer, Leona Hudson, June pavement. Dorothy . E. Dearing Harry Sopher Brickell, and Lorene Norton, ·with -~ Iris M. Jones Einer Toft Margaret Cain, ac~ompanist, under The Faculty . and Students have been Ev.a· M. Mc~ride ' Mildred Wright the direction of G. Holt Steck broad- ..__.,.._..,_..,_...__'-_..._ liberal with their patronage of our garage l}fary .Pribbeno Ruthe Young casted a halLhour pl'ogram at 1:30 J D GRAVES Maxine .Reagan Saturday, May 24, over station KFAB .' • • . and we want to assure them that it is apat Lincoln. ATTORNEY AT LAW Candidates for two-year diploma. preciated. The program was opened by intro- 1 . NOTARY PUBLIC · , . Ja1:rnary 24, 1930. A continuation of this patronage is reductory remarks by Mr. Steck. ' The Peru Nebraska Berniece Gretzinger quartet sang two numbers, "Suppos· quested on their return to Peru. - - - - -...- - .... - - . . - .. v= .. May 30, 1930· We conduct an up-to-date · Lucy C. Anderson Marie Nolting Margaret Cain L. Lorene Norton · :Anna T~ Christen Elsie C. Nuss Grace A. Churchill Marie Olderog Dor.othy L,' Cowan Charles Parks · · Meet Your Friend~ Here Phyllis Dammast 'E ditha Prokes I Sylv.i a Davis Eleanor Rehoi: ~-~-~--..-~--- . Lowell A. Decker Mildred Rogers _;;;,_,_'-_...,_...,_..,_,_'-_'-_~- . . . ---~ I Mar.g uerite Deerson Ruth Schaffer Kathryn Einung J. Louise Sheldon Margaret Engelkemier Ethel Sklenar REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS- Complete C~'r SerJessie Fisher Marjorie L. Simons vicing-WASHING AND POLISHING / Frances M. George Ava L. Snyder Mary M. Hervey Beatrice Stoft Hazel Flo Hoppock . Grace Stoft Phone 35 Peru, Nebraska ~ ~==========================================================: Lela Horton Vivian Stooker Merle K. Irvin Mildred Swanson ANNOUNCING NEW ARRIVALS DAILY· IN Marie W. Johnson Viola R. Swartz SUMMER FROCKS QUALITY LINES FAMOUS _,_~~~-~----'"-1 . Gladys Kimsey Doris Turnbull KORRECT BETTY VERNO!:J-AT SUCH Lela McCrory Esther Walkinshaw REASONABLE PRICES We solicit and appreciate your patronage at all limes. Margaret Majors Sue R. Wesner THAT YOU WONT TRY TO RESIST BUYING EHeen Means Lela Wittwer Exceptional Vlues at Berniece Miller Dorothy Worley Berneice Nelson ' Beautiful. New ' Prints-Seldom Seen at these prices July 16, 1930 SILK ENSEMBLES-Charming styles, Sleeveless Dresses Ruth Adams Mary B. Pipal with silk jackets ' Ellen J. Broyles Emery Priefert Coleata Crink Mabel Reynolds ' SENIOR CLA'.SS PLAY

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1929-1930 Peru Pedagogian Issues 26-30  

1929-1930 newspaper issues 26-30 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1929-1930 Peru Pedagogian Issues 26-30  

1929-1930 newspaper issues 26-30 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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